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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887112901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. IS, ttniv i iiiii ' M Bi ix-- - aStsr rf .. aWB4 "lilfwl NO. 285. L VOL. XVI. STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1887. THE TERRIBLE STREET FIGHT ID. AT JELLICO! ...: And the Shooting and Slashing of White and Black is no comparison to the battle that is now raging at ZEECOTXSE e,mvmM&t All admit that Stanford never saw such a sacrifice of OF 1-- IKHiSS I nm goods soots &m shoes, s&xs jjsn gas, o., '&& This week a special, sale ofJDry Goods, Cloaks and Clothing: Good Calico at 8 cents per yard, worth 5 cents per yard; all best Calicos at 5 cents"per yard, worth 7 12 cents per yard; Best Dress Ginghams at 8 cants per yard, worth 10 cents per yard; Dress Flannels 30 cents per yard, worth 50 cents per yard; Tricots, best qnlity, 40 cents per yard, worth 65 cents per yard; Good Canton Flannel 8 3 cents per yard, worth 10 cents per yard. ALL CLOAKS & CLOTHING AT PRIME COST. Every article must go, and at prices that will force them out of the shelvings. Remember no charging, Cash only will buy the Goods. Now is your time to buy Bargains, made hay while the sun shines. i .'! ) I 1 3D. nd Henrv well wri'lrii at'icli nn"l.lfe In the State Prison," Hlnc Hior, tnthl mannei: ninilti"" of the in I have eiwken ol ! of th horror Wnncan etitulion lomaW? Think wi.et ll i to enter .,,ck' """ I nl ibfl wl 'V' Pnton Life. lii"Oii mil uln ami manhood before " - the wirld 'm nId you ed you! Tnink of the unrelieved roun.l ot ofloll, uecl-lh'i- h of what Mlifhi mleerabta h il' lhmkin ln "' Hi have been ami wtiat hour to him without hup, without pri.fi in hi bitter toil, without comfort In hi ol hade, without, honor, without rrHMi. with- ir, your preciutH youth iour. lotrfn julom bll bt out ti ye.raof r.ki or inint'ie-b- ul f'" '"' "" '",,"'! i' out IWnj! , Hflf lo week, and the week the isdrei-rilthe seat, eeaeon in nil re.aon out, till the doleful ve.r i told! y vile-t.c- h To the companion of the of iufacov; JW he iow ; to lhKib from ik ladriven lrouicIM.S-"'rt- d bor to the cell; t J ee on all aide the bih nd the redoubt, where tfleam the wall to know ready to kill the Inaurc-rill that, however skillfully pUnueil.. boBTM tod do bravely exeuie I, there are .en-ce- n lynx-eye- d to irck rfrid'thw atmnS pursuer r; lo leel that by arniul the law until the lot k no piwer can relief com ve the distant day appointed. bin an linh.ppy IU hy ending which can theii;ukjht month, where ech ek-b- t ir lor-civ.- poi won- What remote a record nd Knarnitberlhpjtleet of hopl"ne- - "f ! oVapair of confinement every der that after kindly tr.it ol uaiiireia wither., loot and branch, and only Milieu despeia ion and hatred of fOJiely remain. Iyook at their lc lo read that "torr. Not one in 100. not the lice ' ahauie, ol In wevit-abl- e linhapiine, ol -- to.ld priTBiuu nd Unbrace. Ho that Ioiik noon-da- y line of k'ray mirrry uurchinK l 100 locUil meal n Human tOKeiher-ht.HU. elmie of thee yr oil could lei Hmll lu lll, hilll-i- , chDllle, hlll1e tho MJ tep J a ileredallo.! Hlowly.'tb'ej liiViulo tin c!iilMtoom aml4 In llencenil with bowd head each "It to word, not a ilefoiir hi portion. NjI all wanui xprc.l by ' ir.. wnlnper, coldly and Lon line ol keijpvr keenly watchful, ech remfy lib piolol lo aupprew the tli:htcqt token o( revolt, for thl i the ilnmof ilans'r in a 8ute prmun The meal i noon ovr. At a beckon they t, fhtillU, 8riH aud luck loaiiier-liul- U bick to labor rmh. nhullle, hulili Woe to Hi" malefactor, indeed! 1 rornl a poem wrifui by a convict eervnii: a en Hi father hud left him tence) of S!0 earn had run tnro 'S400,OUO and bf pmllacr it iu a year. Oiietin Htruck m: "TlieulJ.olJ tlory, Charllo, tnnt euJ In tearfi Ol Tho frutli that Ijiu lor an liuur, The drcsi tlint ro UU.l lor J UHlice demand, that Ilia criminal he puninhed mid the way of tho trHiireor Hhull bu mide hard. Vol that julicuuiy bo winely tempered will nurcy nd human ity, 1 liKveeeeii. Therw i no cruelly in KinK-Bino brutality, no pernectrion. Thero in every Hdyaulmjo iyon the conyirl to improve hi menial, in uioril and phy ical condition. The dicip!ine i Htrici, but " kindly "iTtT.rj iiTT "T okauiined IeTMirely arid thorounhly i.nd In my opinion iti n model inulitution. ol which ilui Hluio may be $roudr Bui Ibollorrornoi iho place, ll.tf numlred ol human be"nm in punUijuient ml exile, in longing anil doepair viHiled by the luBtjrelsh'l if their owufladkedf " thene nhall hanut me many a7iIvT4 nc, jtr." One of our exctaK nay.tun, when Mr. Moody wan in London a number of young men were cotnmitaioned to follow; up. the convert to ace that tbey remained true to their profetiot. They did ho, Two of the committee were at the Bihle-echonnd oflld they got the name of 45,000 conIndiauipolia verts made in London. ol Journal. Argument Aamst Gorirnment Telegraph. Preacheis and EJitors Take the ptetcner a a cl If thu government ia to own and operate and the d Itor have no revon to shirk a compvUnn. the telegraph, wny not the telephones? Tnl uny onnd iran.e to the more rii'tir Why not the erpre compaoie, the railof our road and all other channel of communiniTrihii.i ii i a Hnow uan editor tnai eer ran i wim cation and trnp irution? Why not, in a hi neigibitN wif- -, ir iltict hi word, adopt the entire platform of Henry daughter au.i wd will .no y in a .Inn Oeorite, that the Stale shall aintrol every oja'tor wo'e: preacaar wi I tfit dine mi ua. I'llol ihiiiit between man and man7 Tnoe who plead for liovemuiint ownership of eleclrio "A for owcieiy, It i bnu up. Thi I Ulo an il or io Sia ' primiu an. I r,n prieM Mere line oo the precedent of mail rome ovr-loo- k a in illy morrel toon, that ther will pilm yiu to Tn irniiri of the Kutucy o ia very important diatinction. letl ti'.l lo.in to a population of '1 000. Kilt coudoed a ina iipaty'iiu: 'All titin peniiaoiiary aoow but on i )irimlii ciudu-e- d ter are private batween thoae who sand and everr alon ha ilwr witatu in ptu 20 year, and he tho mem. Telegram are who recaiv mut be done oulid. So kill!-- . g allowed In Tfii K .ioi ' Oily two men ha wi Dot ditor n I uh lo hurt Iaveliga. open to all who transmit them, handle tille mure Monday and ltnirriw will be lion dlacloid the fct lb it h wa mora them, or who may stand by the operator V)nedy. Cneating at vamhlini; i pun-he- d preaohw thn editor, he htd only been and tranalate them. Di we wn lo con- editing a paper lor a ( wnere tide everything to a government? Ia it not by lyochioctnd every Ml rl i md be had pravio'ldy hwn a prencaer io more American to kei the hands of our io put th town on a to vl morrol 'At public vervanta out of our private, commerInd I eell s.iutbwtnuro KanmcT fir iUr Ia not efiu cial and non political businea? iieui ber at hl( price when Jthev buy at thi lime ther u crcly a paiirn my place Tntr i a irnd crrd concert the Union in wbicn are not enrilled one, fective opp will. in sure to arise agaiixt any nri friM" danc et'ry Smrty niifhl two, three or iu in pracner'. If you cirr-ful- ly unofficial monopoly? And i it not safer to her read IU dally pipvfiyni know that Chtagreat corporation by competition and prciin' tTfff Sunday that the paator d n't hve toatay at home nn aocnitnt ol you ar freqiieutiy ahuukd Of exp xnr ut than by the aurrender uf all right to oom of lti- pro pete t a central official authority? Tlieie in mv riMh at hll) wHiie Alley. Don't the peccilnlo- - ao.l rrini fe aed mn of O k1, Tlu precoar ow- h ii aieabont coonni; on ack niui of tin never yet waa any individual monupily or long in lonveut-enc- e U prLuui and lux jj irnalut h grea( enough to cieiy. Thi i a morrel town " bia. Kaiin g'l'i'tiaiilf people. Nor will there the American ni oo pro -- Hpeakinii of the Uiren-litidMfeision and diparge the other, bjt there be ro loni; a we ref is i to be fooled by cun oh-y no one wItn la neither charity nor wuJutu iu dj.m to. ning scheme uf wiley siieculatora. If there than tis.pr(nclfal fiel a enot nod Ibi.t Jeaiam.ne J inn al, wa nut a tret aurphi in the treasury the uiyteriou "mn in a luht overciiil," ready to ba ,)id f r telegrapri Imps at fanHow Camphor is Naae. abi.ut whom o much ua been aid, " cy price, we would natr much le aboi.t C'iuip.ior i uud iu none other than Oreen. Me aln lale thai a thi way: of overnuieit tlegrph. he nece-it- y Iw lU'dwiu ni'nr tU Uiier After a tree la lelle t to iu earth it I cut New York Slar, Oren iIih er(..t li'e.l, anil into cnipt, wuiftii are laid lu.a lob or a Urge had falter; that he At a recent umriiln orvioo in Lie cathe iil'erved Urten ll ncti when lruck Iit ihe Iron pit pinuily blleJ wim witter and placet ovrr alow lira. I.'iirjuo hole iu jdral at Canterbury, Eattland, the coaregA lowanl ibullet.Hi'l'heltUriWaj)cink' l lien tho bjiioiu of me tub ale im ly rire, tion consisted of one parson. O i another door and aw.y froai llmlwin ami niatiiig the chip generate! oil and occasion the cioitregaiion conaiu'ed of four ili chol i fired. inese laot nave exci e.i a ureit camphor. Of coUMe, the tub ilh the cuip pt'MouH. Hnnet CiX uiailx i'JMJOU tiy iue aIh of i lu a ulttily tilling carer. From iln cjv- -' ileal ol comment adverse lo the Eitabli-be- d hi VhliiKl0.i huine jil-- l hef.ire he left fur I out by er a b.mhiK) piM leda to a of (Epiecopal) Church. It ia poinle w(tl he other I'nrkeT. He eold lor $o0 000 to the - and the i tie radical pa(er, that at'inhnl Uiuibjj mlull with biiiijiii for $110 000 on lime, He i now cathedral are n deau with $10 000 a year lal of thcje tub i divided lu O two bulldii.i; Hiiottier hon, which he will be and a palace, six ciuona nt $5,000 a year a, una abive the uttier, tne dlvid reaJy io ell at a cimiUr ailranre 1'fO'i-dell or being prlorated with email hole each and four uiioor cauuna at $1 500 a ing Clevln. nnimnie $'JOOl0 in tlm in to a.itiw the w.iter und oil lo pm the lower year each, and a number of preacher who creiie of the value ( the Inml upon which compartment, l'ne uppor c impartmaut i re p lid by the sermon, beside percentors, lit ciuntry home la heated and Hrcretarv aiipptied with a airaw liver which caicii.a Ciorititers, and nthor official-)- . 'llie total Whitney, I am told, cleared f 00 000, in hi j and h dd the ciuiphor in crrntul in depoau rot nf maintiining ba cathedral as a place tie ill ail it piie lo Hie cojluig proce. The of public worship i about $75 000 per anij.iarrel'be-tweA WaHliinKion man teffi oi camfilinr I then eparated from thu straw, num, or at the rate of over $200 per day. two ne?ro boy. The lrger boy wilh ImcuhiI in wonlen tub) slid h reidy for The radical paper would like lo know if gret volubility wMnpolyinu every orj of marte . The oil ii me. I by th native for the salvation of a solitary worshipper for one day i worth S'JOO and whether iti not abusive apilhet. The younger bby leaning illumuM'.itig ami other purpoiej. time tn disestablish and diaeudow the acninl a fence. ieadlly regarded theepeok Cturch of Eigland when noiuregatioiia of a halt. er with a sullen rcowl and waiind for The wearyiii exactitude ol legal phrase one are of daily occurrence in one of the At lai it citne. "I you done? ' "Yea, I ology probably neer hail a more alriking principal cathedral nf tho Eitiblinked i done." Then slowly and coolly the illil'tratioii than iu a ctse that ia recited Ciurch. Chicago Tribune. roiiiiLor Haid: "All dem ting you ay I i', now, drat, becauaa it will amuae and next, yell i dem." There are too many Kentucky ueutlemen becaiire it will aO'jrd somebody a chance to i every oay dicov it a name and 4 location, and ay that who go about with their pockem full of pis Koientitiu chemintry give ering ome way to get more nut of the it happened last week or yesterday. It waa tola wnich they are readr to exhibit on the world It now tell ti that the phonpho a suit to recover the amount of a marine aligbtest provocation. It i very seldom r'ilrtg resulting during the ennverdnn of policy of insurance, and it waa claimed that that a man needs a pislol for hi self deiron nto itedl i, when Gnely ground, one the reenal wan "wrecked and totally loat by fense until a'ter he hai drawn It, often fir of tho1iel of fertil ztb. Inventive geniu, the act of Clod and througu no fault of the only bluff, when be precipttite a ueceadtv following clore on the heel of cheuiUtrr, ownere or pron on board." The traverse for it me, wnich would never have existed eat up that "In truth and in f.ict tho said had the piaml btien lu't at hom. I' sem haa already provided b ciuveuieut proce lufs whu not the act of Ihe etui O jd, but waa impoisibl", to hretk up the practice of pia duint: the crindiui. 'or orcaaiorml by fraud nu the pirt of the maa tol carrying but no remission of fine) nor If U tated thnt during the war thero ter of the granting if ardon by the irovernor would Now York Time. were 17.S97.J negro noldier enrollel in the go a loag wy toward makini; tho preieut The folio iv ing preparation applied to the concealed woapoa liw mo're efficient. -V. 8. volunteer army 99,8:57 by the aurface will prevent uuy mating on plow of the national uovernment and llooiie Cjinly Record or any othir me til urftcu: Melt one by the 'everal Htate nnd Terrimrle Keatilt of election thia year io .Michiand of ttii number 3tlS 17 died In the eer' ounce of re( in in a gill of liuwit oil aid gan, Oregon, Tenueaiaa and Texa, invjlv when hot mix with two i mi of kero-en- e vice o( their country. conititutional prohibition qtieation, oil. Tnl can be kept on hand and applitd inn the A good melnoiTto prevent h etoop in Ihe should teach profeaaional political total in a moment w.th a liiuti or u rag to the advocates, if thef nt capable of eh.iutilers is to walk with Iho ptliua.qtjlie metal surface of any loot that i not goicc learning anything practical, ;that hign tux ihnmli tn mod forwHrd. the thiimbAoutvvnrd to be ucd fora fei daya, prevenllng nny Tryi't nnd'you 'will flnrf' yonr" aRoiffdere und local option aratha oqly hops, an J thti rust, und eaviug much vexation wheu it i Hrimswick with the erect before you know it. it ia uaeleia for ibom tn hob-no- b to be used again. demoorutio parly and fijht the) remedies (Me ) Telfgraph. Etety aucceafiil poultry rilser Liiowa tho (or intemperance any longer, Cincinnati yJiqfora.yuUtCidl aliuuion to1th"e,fnct tint good of a certain cure for cholera, (Jan-le- r' Commercial a pig hai no.Uie ufhin tuil, plei e. rememChicken Cholera Cute ha baeu dem A Memphis paper ia reaponaibla for ,the ber that you have two button on the lower onstrated IO be the beat chicken medicine story that a negro want to sleep on the C. back of your coat Hint don't button any ever introduced. It never fails. Bold by O: & S. W. track near Obion, when a pausDurllngtou ITwkeye. thing Mcltobert At Stag;, 2t ing engine struck him on the head and Dr, Webb neeerta that only 10 per cent, The elemeuta are unusually destructive burled him a distance of 20 feet, The of the distilled epirila consumed in thi thin season, both on land and water. The "coon" got up, brushed himself off ami country are uaed for medical and manufac- destruction of life and property baa seldom walked away none the worse fot the enturing purposes, the other 90 per cent, be- if eyer been greater than in the year which counter, while tbe engine went to the shops ing uaed m a beverage. is drawing to a close. for repairs. A Good 'Mortl" Town, okuihii wrote In the maycr of a new i) n in Wyoming, him for regarding the lateof rociett in hi inwri, hf c inirnipUted coini; there for the n ti nf u. e hetliii of herchildren. O.i iMeirjn h reply h concluded to for ' wile longer.' Th inB A il "leu in radr, fc. b-- in fri-n.l- i con-ideri- 1 bn bi. uath, jm ir mi-aio- ai eu-Ia- tli Mrs, Gltrtlahd Sets the Style, From an acquaintance who is regarded Man infallible aulboritv upon such mat ters, I learn that tne style of wearing the hair, adopted hy Mrs. Cleveland, ia deetin eal to become popular among young ladies of Cnicao thla winter. Thoe who enjoy-oa ctoe view of the l'reaidenl'a wife a she received the uueata on the night of the i the Columbia Theatre will not hTn (org.. "on the addd intellectuality that waa fftrded br already handsome fac hy thi hroad backward sweep of the dark hand of hair from the forehead, nnd lo the pleasant contrast the effect affird-tbe manr ba baogad ami be fur.x ed head io the immediate vicinity. Tbe taateful ar ringemeot of the first lady 'a lock waa com mented on, so saya my informant, m re freely than wa anv one of physical attributes, and tbe one verdict of tbe critio For wo was, "Charming! Charmin.!" men who have liw, narrow forehead, the atyle of Ihrawinj the hair back gives a much better effect than hangs or frizt- - and it ia comforting to know there ia hop ot theee latter terrible capillary monatr'itiea disappearing entirely from tbe civil zition ther have plrealy disgraced loo long Chicago Journal. d rec-pti- on d KLASS. C. W. METCALF, JR., Attoiircyttt mift Heal Iw AKeHt, Ee-lii- te liAllllOURVILTiE, e - - ICY". Will practice In any court In Eaatern Kentucky, at land ttttei made a tpeclalty. Any bxamlnailo alxHlracsuf timber, coal, limber and mineral lamia fur sale. Infirmatloa furalabi-on any point and (281-taollcluxl. f) SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES By virtue otUxst due andjunpald years, I will on far the MONDAY. DEC. 5th, 1887, County Court Day. ejtwea to public aale before the In nunfjrJ, Ky., for eaih In hand, tbe lo lowlo; property , or to much thereof as will pijr tilil taiea and coat. Any one daalrius to pay Iwfcire the day olule undoaoby parlnjH a.ldllonal o1 lb euat of advertising, and at you do ao your n.iuea will be withdrawn Ixotu thu list: Mitchell, Ed. BTAHrOKi), raKCIKCT, MO. 1 118 '80 and '87, 85J IlLaCKS, NO. v acre, WHITB. ItOJO; 1. wfui Jpn ! Bailey, Thomas, 41 acre 11.23; liurdett, Joah and Tbomaa, 6 acres, 12.33; IWugbiuan, Elijah, town lot, St, 10; Ciirenj, Anthony, town tot, 12.15; Olveni, Top, town lot, I4.M; Lackey, Thomai, acre. J1.80; Moo.gouery, Alex, town lot U.I 5; Bob.nran, Henry, town lot, 81 0, Tucker, Oeorge, 10 acrea, M.gi; MoniL Love Letter. -- From tbe pen ltulon,l'etr, Sacrw, fj; a young man of Catipbell couuty, Kv i H Illll. Wyatt, acre, 81,40; ing near Pleasant K'de: l'RkCl.VCT mi. i WUITB. NoVEMnsK 17, 1887 Nordyke, Mlllaid, 188C aud 87, town lot, 81; Moerr Amiaulb Mi&. After alon cm rntcmcr yd. 3 wirrric. ideratlon of thu great repreaantatiou which Andrtwa, Huian, 87 and '87, Si acrce, 8I.S0; IclkUuy, you have in your nation for my preervn IMaui-y- . Jvuiiuia'a halm, U W acrea, 81.9; J0.UI1, '8 aud '87, U 30 lion, I feel an inilioation to become a near Forney, Levi, ti acre, 81,80; cra, cenU; relation. To giv demonstration of thia my Forney. Henry, 16 acre; 81. 7i'; estimation, with an e uyocation, I am Delaney, Ctlicilne, 'ffiHud '87, 10) acres, 82; making preparation to a speed v rtavijatiou (Irlttin, David, "85, 'id and '87, llu acres, 83.80; 1 1 ch siicc-mio- o.-n-ct- i coui-puri.u- en ' to remove my habitation to a neirer puliation to pay you ainration lor the aake of conversation, if thin, my deolaralion, ui.iy meet your approbation it will o infer an ob in llnatioo with esliuia'ion from Kuaer-itioBui I to Ltrri-- u generation. P ri Deareet lump of eweetneaa, I m filled with excruciating impaliuuca to reach your aide, no th it I may hang myself up in E Hazard, AlleD, '83, '84 and '87, ICacrea, 81.80; Oak, Jeuiliua, '8J, 'ii mid .87, 135 acrai, 87.iJ Koueis, Jobn.or., 1W acres, 81,14; Smith, pliialwth.UJ acres, 83 oenta; anilth, Jowph I., loo acre, 8.33; Weafer, W. H.,'M,'8, 'SCand '87 91 a :roe, 88.70; WuUon, Felix H..84 8t.O); Woods, Mary, &' and 7, 50 aerea, 2.15; PKKaCT NO. I. Apple, W. U., '84 aud '87, 75 acma, 8J3; Akr, J. Francis, Mcrlda, your limee. "llra-KlnmU- ." thou'ind six hundred sugar coated lip four Oooch. W, M.,i'ams, nnd (en million Horton, iJeore W.,57 V., 11 xcres, 81.13; 35 acres, il.7 1; The "Wh-ii'- Lincoln-Hamli- n Combination (Ex-chan- in a uatni?'' hna hoan a question sufficiently unanswered for centuries to still remain a eulject for discussion and what i in two Dauie shoulil hare a double If you don't think so, take two well-know- t. n os any in American name a history and lonk at them They ara Lin ooln and Hamlin. Nothing peculiar r.b ini them aa tboy aland, bu1 set them up differ ently and fee what limy ar. For InaUnc : HAM LIN LIN LOLN Kad up and down and then ar.rofa. There'a aomething iu mat, isn't there? Now, Again: vel 71,-ti3- Can you tiod two other name of two oth er men wnose official live and whona namea Wllcher, Jowjiti, 4 aerai, . Wrlcht. (Jto.. '81. 'M. 'Rfi un.l 'a7. i.a- combine a thar do? -- fV;ahington Critic 'Wright, fiusan, 'SO and '87, town i $3.60; lot, COLOKKD. A LAWYttilSECUKKd A CltOWN.tit. Pe Hruce, Alex. 2 town lots, 8.1.70. "Wno are yoii?" Caldwell, Eph.O acres, J1.53; "A lawyer." Cooper, Hamuel, 4 acres, 81.33; , Uunn, Wllllara, town lot, 81.50; "Did you eferjaore a jury to teare?" liivtus, Alleu, 3 news, 81.20; "No." Ultto, Henry, 2 town JoU, 32.85; "You were elcqnent and able, thonghV" TooniU, Silas, 1 ., j aire, 81 85; 8J-J- 81.20; acriw, 82.70; Ilortun, Jaiuos S., Sr., 5i) crea, 81.73; Ham, KeJda, '85, 'AC und '87, 30 acres, SH; Latorce, 1). II,, 35 acres, 35 cents; Mitchell, Johu, 131 aero, 81.05; Marsh, Al.x, 107 acics, 31.15; .Martin, W'm . C, 61 acres, 83; 1'adgett, Mary 37 acres, 85 cents; Folly, Johu 'H, '85, '8fl snd '87, acres. Sl.95; lt.juolds, W. It., '81, '85, '80, '87, 100 acres. 88.70; Stugleton, Font T., 2i acrta, 82.05; aiiUflelou, heirs, '8G and '87, 10 acres, ale; precinct no. 6. Oaiton, O. W., '81, '81. '8d aud '87, 61 acres, $8.83; Ullpln.U. W., 25 acies, 81.75; Hudson, W. U.,2i)0 acres, S16.7J; Iuynrd, Frankllu.'SI, '85, '8iJ, '87, 65 acres, 87.35; Johusou, Jas. A., '85, '86aud '87, 18 acroa,7.10; Marion, Ed, 4 acres, 81.20; Peylon, Taylor, 2 acroj, 81.93; Unwell, Henrv.fil acres, !.6 ; ShellLarker, ti., 220 acres, 8 J wiiila; Talliatt, Mrs. Msson, 0) acres, 86.73; Tt'Thurie, W. it , towu Int. tlA"; Terbune, J. I., town lot, 82.80; a, a, ' tr Rright, John, 2 acres, 82.85; 'Present thia check on the inside and Goode, Lary, 31 acre, 83.15; thtiv will give you a crown." Nebraska Lewis, (Jarlaml, 2 acres, 95 cents; ' ' - . rHKClNCT no. 7. rftate Journal. Hlatt, Bon Au!S6nd '87, ., "George, deat;"ahe said repriachfully, Lodk, Christine, 50 acres, 40acres,$1.35 83,25; iw ahe clung fondly around hie nack, ' why I'rlvltt, llobert, 7 acres, 8I."H; will jou eat raw onioaa when you know Peters, Carinkiul, CO acres, 81.33; you are cjming to see me?'' "Merely to lloed, J. It., 25 acres, 35 ceuts; Senegger, Arnold, 31 acres, 81.80. replied toat your love, my preclom." COLOKKD. "So."' "Knjoyei "No." , l'BliCI.Nt,T NO, a large practict?" OWIUTK. Wagoner, Tbcuus, G) acrej, SI.Oj; cotoaen. ..! George. OiUon, Iaaac, 2 acies, 82; The three greatest railroad dlsaatera Oales, Francis, 01 acres, $1.15; McMulllus, loiin, 'id and '87, 2 acrea, 82 50; known are the Tay Ilridge, Scotland, the McMulllns, James, 2 acres, $1.55; Cbatawortb, III., and the Ashtabula, Ohio. McMulltni, Wllaoa, 5 acres, $1 JO. In the first 200 people perished, in J the ieo-o- nd T. D. HEWULNn, 12G and in tbe last over 100. Bberlff Lincoln County. , ssssaaasMSjwa n anifatasi MaMiifcaeaa RtfsV4BMMIttsaaaa 'a .J wn X. Jt NEWSY MOTES, Stiu-ffiSkliInltriitl0ttrraI Natural grt has ton, V. Dee'a ttruck at Charles A nice, cool, white snow covers the face of oor old mother earth thit, Monday, TRADE- - AND LABoV'NOTES. W. forest dreln MinoU have killed of ctainchbu.t. total niiinl-- r of pnionert now on is 410 648 an imreaseof over 47, Stanford, Ky, - November 29 ih7 W. P. WALTON. Tne millions Tbe the rolls I ilfltt I Gotton Up:in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in CityIor Country suddenly at Deiivnr. Ming Nina gone into i Ztndt has l'nnr Cllre Me u Trial. mourning for 8pie, her proxy husband rt . of the south KC. ceutlv execuieil in Cnicaco. The havo an exct ptionnlly Jamet II Henry, of Paint Lirk, died prosperous car before them, but competition Ih very active. lust week, tged SO. fie the father of Allmucny Cointt, I'n., alone furnlalieH Mrs 6. D. Kjth well, ami a tcood man. of tho bituminous conl production The merciirv was 2 below zro tt oitlio 1 iutoi.stnten. several point in Mlnre-o- u Saturday and Tub coopers throughout New York Btute in Illinois n regular bliiMrii prevailed. nad the West have been unnblo for yers to better themelvc much in tho matter of Tne tietmer Cudietii burnexl at Vicka wnpes, burg aod with it two meu. 4,500 bales of The Iowa Gas and Coal Company syndiof cotton aod 4 000 sacxs utt Cike, loss churrb. Your correspondent haa taken extra cate hove raised sufllcient capital to pro00.000 cecd in the development of their U,000 uere WA I out tbe origin fin of the fox hunt irucioi mini near iniicpcmicncp, mo. At Wausau, Wit, Ctrl Honlkel and pains to of Ltncaster and he learna that the Tnn JIaehinery Construrtors' Cnion of hit five children were burned to death in ere love of this sport comet down from old North Auioricit, which waa tho first organiWomen's Onrinitan Temperance their home Mr. Honikel moapad, but beTax I zation to lO'uro a National trodot dltlriet Eialith ancestry in every instance charter In the Knlchts of Ijibor, has now a Union, not content with thulting cfl our came insane. might go ahead aod tell the readera of the membership of SO.POO. Mr. Martin aid her two small chilwhisk? aapply and resolving agaictt the Interior Journal the namee of these Oxt desipn of electrical meter baa alrendy of tobacco, ctullv want to take away dren burned lode tin in Henderson county, gentltinen, hut I will wait until I have been introduced into one hundred and twentht last thing in life worth living for that Toey lived in a log cab.n and it caught fire written to England to that I may be sure ty different branches of Industry The demand for electrical appliance la to great f looking upon their lovely form. Tre while they slept. that a number of work art) to b built this Nick Hennetir, an employe of the of the 'acts I write. eoovtntion at Nashville resolved that, the A writer in the Seut has q lite a sensiwinter K-- n ucky Central, wa fatally injured by ef40V neck drret mutt no an. I thai r very (iLisa factorlet are projected at Chatta-noogble article on so cat resolutions recently fort toutt be made to hide the voluptuous being catigbt betwetn twj cart at tbe round and Knoxvillc, Ton 11 , lUrmingharn, drafted upoo the death of a gentleman kill Ala , and Tort Seott. Over one hundred sets with which a kind natnre bat ftvnred house, Covington. fight. The resolution' tay in foundries havo been established thia year Two freight train collided on tbe ed in a sine these. If thin thing keep on we may toon aubttance that G k! removed tbe man when west of tho Mississippi, most of thorn by expect to hear of a retolution againtt wo Wneeling Division of the B A O railroad, l. We all men from the l.nat. it was really hi opponent's sen Hurrying men or havirjg anything Io Ban were completely demolished, three condtmnCol. Iogeieoll fir bit to c I led The locomotive-builder-s tre bnrriy able to men killed and five wounded. Nearly till works keeptip with the rush do with then whatever. There were 13,999 immigrants arrived blasphemy, when he truly doe G id more have orders for engines to weicu from forty Chablis Kibleb, a prumineut Cincio in thit country during October, againtt 39, justice than we do, because he renu liate a to sixty tons, Houthrrn roads nro extensive satian, committed tuictde lati week and it 228 in Octob.T, 1SS6 Wonder wnat per God Who destroy and at the urns time purchasers. ofNew England rood are buy-a special construction with ing engines preserves. God i love and love don't kill. view to speed. wat given out that urief over the death of cent, of them are anarchitu? Let n have consistency, gentlemen. hie wife was tre c use It turns out, bow. Is every Southern F'ntfl trrimlhiral and Charlet Rtmiey, wno snot a man nambten established. Oat1- "Wnat it in a nam?'' the poet wrote mechunicttl schools h. Ttr.that ha had committed forgeries to the ed Citrk at Maysville, fur niurymg hit has IOt There it Miller, of Lancaster, Ixiuisiana 3,1C1twenty-- i .r Industrial schooU. aaacont o' $175,000 and It waa fear of the wife while he was serving a tn which boyt a.e instructed In meterm in tbe Cllectorj8am Walton, of Lanra-- . chanical branches There Is n brewing e eeatt quinces ihu drove him o tbe deed. penitentiary, was arrested at Riplev, O. among tho boy a of lh South to letu-- n Superintendent of a G ivernmerv De The amount ol deviltry of all kindt that A pritoner in Jul at Btthel, Olio, ter, tntvhanicjl trades. trariahtt h that Pari? of America it eim thought he cjuld get out by burning a hole ptrtmeo ; Sam Peacock, of Lancaster, Pot Tna building tmdrs have been about the of Lmcat'er, plr appalling. through the door, but tbe fire spread thro' mister, ai.il Sm Burdett, busiest. Muny building project In some going- - to Revenue the postponed Tibrcary 16 h. 1888. will be theserai-cantenni- al the building en I he wi burned up in- run thit Agent Ifwby 8tmi are will fust Weatern cities have beeuand material until adGtorge next ear. Should wage country, annivertarr of tbe Ksntucty stead Anyway, George wtt vance in price the new work mil Ut atiU A Russian in j.il in Illinois wtnt aal step down aod out. QbatBtoa 8chool Syatea. Hon. W F Bui longer dalaycd, and only aeceasary work be the first at the helm of thit inverntnent and undertaken. A drop of about twenty-fivlock' bill, which oriiiinated the ayatemhav and ttarted to devour himtelf. Waen yente per day will be inflated a in the and chained don he btd es'eo it may be right to give the 8 ma a bowinr log been passed on that day io 1833, and great hunktol flesh oat of vriuui pirlt of Uocle 84m Tildett aved the country in '70 bulldiug trades this winur. a educational convention to celebrate it 11- The painters and decorator are gaining aud I guest that it the reason tbe Sam are ba bea determintd by the Htate hit body. in tlrength U'ugea have beeri held at the Directort of defunct Fifih Nationtl coming to the fr int. Hurrah fortheSamil advances made early in Uistpringaad work Hjard of Elucation. It will occur at re Louit, are to be toed br the eetms to have mrd a much ar'o Is abundant. Tbe decorative art It be!ug Frankfort and cqqtlruj !o tension two Bnk, St. Comptn 1'er to determine their liability for abiut nothing over a very small affair here. developed by home talent, and the work ol European decorators la In many respect fraud )j which tbe hank's money wu Before G-W. J. Landram resigned tl e cxcolled Amenctn talent shows more office of collector for thit district, he ap originality and a keener percepUm aa to cae of ilrt. Ldcfelia Milndaf , ho ?AIJ. A Woman in Louisville gave birth to pointel A. O Burntide, a democrat, to be a beautiful romblnationa. poisoned her btisban J to get tbe Insurance Tna Pratt mine, near Rlnningham. ea hit life, haa been agtin continued. The twins an hour before she bad a lawful dad surveyor nf ditil'erie, an office r quiring Ala., iaUary with convict. Tho mino U S04 run dv f r them T le man cam to time, tho', lots of work, a man being tnmetlmsa forced ttrriblo deed occurred five year ago and feet deep. "There art altcge:her'WoonvV.-- n the caie'bat coat the 8tate thousands of and the caremony wat performed while tbe to mtke a trip to Breathitt county, or --one working hare, nearly all of them below the otter place fqiallv at inacceftthle and gt surface. Tbo men aj- divided lato gvui. dollar. The woman is getting along woman lay in bd, Tne L A N. receatlv ontrtcted with tlog therefor but little py. About a year each of which la ovsrlboked hy a foreoaa ja years, and will likely die of old age be who is a ronvluC These men daily mine t,emv the Emitfn Car works. Huntington, W V ago A O. Burntide left here for Textt and tons of rutl, which ia a fair day's work. In ioT abe gets her denef at the handt of flit-cafor 1,000 of 60,000 pound captcity. ts be expected to shortly retorn, be rtve to deed, their work comparet very favorably jorjr. with the work of the laborers at otter The first of theta have reached Louisville. hit bto her, R. A. B.irotide. a power ef atmineji of Alabama, yet the State receives A Texas Comtretman named Mtrtin Thay are 34 feet lone and heavily built torney to act ia hit ttetd during hit tem only thirty oeuta per day for each man, and didn't have aov more ttnse than to blow Postmaster-Genera- l Vilat hat peraai absence and to sign hit name to all the some la for the wor.t as tar the beat eat the gat when he retired the other night ted a young woman clerk io hit dtpart pjr.rr accounts, sc Upon or by this laborer" vouchers, at Washington and but for tbe timely dit ment to marry one of tbe male cierkt withauthority R. A Butnide hat attended to A SPOOL OF THREAD. eevrrv by the porter he would have been out dismissal. Thit it contrary to precedent the duties of the ffi:e aod drawn the pay Vy a miTocated. He had already lott conscious bat seem toajree with common sens. Tbe Colqna rtarghLr AUrw Dt4 therefor, although he it a republican. His rMttaburft-rfcjsUUa. sees and wts with difficulty revived. Thlt New South Walts accounli have been, 1 ms of thtm, certified Tbe Governmaat of There's a big safe In tba closet ef Dr. ia a Beautiful saruile of a oflars a reward of $125,000 to American in- to by WlUard's Oee, and Dr C A. WUaon. J. P Stndifer, E q , a deputy stamp Willard --Jr. Sandifer be who haa boen associated with collector, of Lancaster A Cihcihnati paper ptiblithes a tele ventor for any process that will extermion the tuff of tho Uoma-onataIlotpltal. from Summerton, 8. C, which tai nate rabbit, which havs become a pstt litved and to do hit friends, that under the hat been looking after hit practice and In(ran throughout Australia and New Ztdand. power of attornav which R. A. Burntide cidentally after bl afe. One day recently. that at the body of a girl waa being John Williams, Jr., who killed his to the grave a sound came from the held, he waa doing no wrong in certifying to says tht. litubur;h )u.(A, I)r Wflon it (100, or some inn of two weeks ago, had an examining the fact that A O. Burostde htd personally had occajuu U being opened it wat found coffio, which about that aue, in un safe, and a few hours Monday and wts appeared before bim,sine he wa retlly later chanced to diacover that tlO of it had that the girl wit alive and had given birth trial before Judge Wyatt a Dr tea baby in her mrrow quarter!. Tbe in held to answer before tbe next grand jury present by proxy. There it no complaint disuppeaml rather WUaon It te modest man, believe that inclined in the sum of $1,000 Ht made the bond that the work hat not been fti'hfnlly ai d and bo waa teraaent was indefinitely postponed. he hud counted the money wmngly, until on Barbourville Nawt and went hi wy. The only fault found is Friday oucu again the pile in the safe fell ifficiently done. 'he Legitlature wtnU to tiart eff riifKt Btlnkey Mirgan, who killed the da Mr. Sandifer certified to in acouni , awuy, this time U tho tune of MJ. Dr. Wilwill do to by electing our friend, Morgan tective who tried to arreit him at Cleveland, that it experimental stage hud If there ha been any harm done, wba ia ii? son thought tho and divided to proceed nt gono far enough, T. Craft, of tbe Lsbtnon Entcrprite, ati O , hi brn sentenced to die before tunrite onco to a practical operation, with a viow to AIT VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUVJf tant clerk. Mr. Craft 1 thoroughly ctpa on March I6ih. The Ohio lawt require prcaurvlng the sunclity of the tufo. The deterving himself, be.idea he come) ti-ble and all executioaa shall take place in the closet where thin solid institution is hur Ben Purcelt and Mim Elizabeth Siom "from a tection that it raroly recogn zei and penitentiary and he baa been taken thither. bored is dividod from tho outer world by a amore were married here Thursday. door Dr. Wilton got a tpool of thread, tied thia little plum should not b denied it JudueS. G. Siarpe, Chairman of the Some person shot and killed a go. d the thread to tho door knob of tho cloaou "We hope and believe Mr. Craft's ambition Democratic Sta'e Central Committee, se- enw belonging to James Prewitt, near lowi . and curnad thu spool with him to a bock (Cincinnati New Orloana and Toxai Paolflo Railway.) will be realised. room up stairs. The donit door waa closed amountinir to cured Fridtv Cimpbell Mullin, charged with havupon the aufo. i Smith, site! 82, w a New Tnx revenues of the px toffies depart $2,000 to the capital stock of a democratic ing Dr WUaon put the spool upon u chair nnd sent increased over 11 per cent, this year. club to be nranlzsd at Lexington, It I tried here Saturday aod fined $7 50. snt dowu nn tho bed to await developments West. -- Smith, Jack and Tandy no He also took off his shoes and made sure but the expenditures increased at a trtater expected that $20,000 will be raiseJ and a waa lu good workiug aud furnisl el for tbe relation to etch other, married three that bis ratio. The expente of running the depart building purc-iiteorder It was still broad eiaylight; tho CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87. daugbtert of John Pertite, in thit county afternoon sun glided that little spool of it about five millions in except of its ate of 'he. club. nsnt for the some ye:u auo. KBAIs DOWN. The tral of Hnry earnings, which is about fifty millions thread ns It lay minuto after niintito motionTKAlSneliUril. killing of R'chard Paxtoo, which has bson (I year less upon tho chair. Dr Wilson had not THAltin MliMril country. -- W. G Unit botuht 8 head This ia a great No. 1. ho.H. hu. A. Iiu.7. no. e, Wu. 4. pending for nearly a week in the Merx-- cir ling cattle of J ihn M. Fish at 2 cent aid beard a sound la the rest of the empty Ho, 1 . STATIONS. IltllT Hn 1 houto, aud it was without warning of any A vibm in Louitvilla give everv 20. h en t court, reiuliel in a hung jury. Tbe Dally. Dally. Tlally, Ex. Hud WUJ. 10 head nf snod theep of Campbell Mul Uallr. Dallj. spool of thread jumped off the kind that tha ale of anything in itt line to the lucky gambling eleatn'. oflere I beta that tha ver . . . . S 41 p m t J p m 10 chair. Komtbbdy bad opened tho closet 7&S t ai 4 03 p mj 9 00 p I0 7 M a u l, at 32.60 per hiad 23 am m IS uj 11 Main til pel ,. s la pta 4 IS p m S S3 a suatomer who happent to make it, and the diet would be guilty, with 20 yeara in the lint ....i.aiDH)n mil 70 p ni I Wl3p in 10 3S am m 115pm completion door and tho aafo wat being tampered Tne new jail bat reached lunrllitn Til. a II I OS pm 9 I0i ,u m B 20 a m I JO u m ; i. p ,LC j.i. with! tor is always crowded. It teams the penitentiary. d . The ?iewt of the juror and Jailei Arnold haa moved thereto tod ...w won (Upio twin tiipn ...... hmu;ik.i). I 10 at hi uii u t m t( Dr. Wilson took another look at his re,..,., reat desire of humanity to get tomsthing ranged from five year to a life aentence f ; 7 10 pm opentd up business. The first victim it volver and than slipped quietly down tho " yD"nos-a..i900am uu.. 6 DO d tn JOptl .... i IS am (00pm . . for nothing. John C. New, of Indianapolis, tay the Ribert George, of African who stairs. Dr. WUlanVs cfflco has two doors, A'rv ...Atlanta Ar'r ., ,. t...t..t, one opening on to tbe ttrcet, the other laud4 i6"p"m II "lo'pin Lye Ulruiiiilisu II Wm a io a m LonsYiLXx beat her record lat wek in renominatlon of Blaine would 'be suicidal it incarct rited on account of the discont'HSIMMMS! 6 80 p m 12 43 a m IHIItlH Tuanalnoss . ing into tho houns Tho first la alw?yt open, 12 am I40ku HIIIIHIMItl by any nected tlory he gaye the grand jury regard A kroo...M ,. ttMS .....m Barry ing and giving in marriage, 74 cou He thinks Indiana can be carritd tho latter on this occasion waa Healthily IHItMIHtl atttt ttttattte m ...York M. .... pies being united there for better or worse other republican, but addt: ' We might as ing tome pine top which B.b bad been opened by Dr. Wiltoa. He looked into the II 00 pm 4 00am A'rv . .Msrldlan ...L't SSOaiaTd'sOpm J.'"I room and taw at oace that a man was L'ye....Utrldlan...A'rT Polk Johnton wisely attributes tbe boom .o well talk abiut a man flrioi to tbe moon handling. S JOaui 8 3 a" in A'rv. New Orlrana.l-- a S 00 a m "soiTpm calmly nnd in a lciturely manner dallying aa to talk of Blaine carrying Indiana, after 4 30a to L'ye Merldln ..A'r .......... iuog p ia Th re are yet a number of peop'e in with tho sacred tecrtts of the safj. The the high price of coal. L'ya... Jackson A'rr his letter in which he said that he could -- . 15 p in II 00 am L'te Vlct.burw. thit vicinity who will not use coal oil for door of the tufa was open and ihn thief ... 40p m "8hb" hat bren dramatized and wat put not get juatlc in the oour't of our State." " MM ... 420 pm L'y Monroe one would havo had II all bit own way if Dr. 10 OS a m lighting purpotes. A few nightt tince .. nt), MS.--ISpta Arr. Hhratsport ... .......1 6 00 tn the stage at Pailadelphia last week, Wilson had not boen la the rear .villi a grinGARRARD COUUTT QEPARTMENT . of our merchanti who uses ctndlet about ning lu hta hand. Thoro was tt Uana Ikiudolr BuOst Bltsplng Cart on all tnrouti tralat. pronounced a ditmal failure ruvoiver where it waa his ttore, left one burning on hit thow cte, painful suddcuuoG about tbo (juration with Lancattur. The novel ttruck ut in the same light. " LLBB. o- -'i "rt. r.M. A,t., getting into a which Dr. Wilton broko Hie awkward period Col. John K. Faulkner ta at Osorge stepped across the street and Oaotral Offlcna, fit. Paul Bulldint. West Poarth fllreet, ClDclnnitl, Otis. Bloody feuds tre not entirely coo fined Denny, f of tusponse. and it indtapoaad. He it conversation did not notice the lap. learn the combinaUonl" "Whore did to Kentucky. Orel in Hardin county, threatened with typhoid fever. When he returned to the itore the Dr. Wilton cooiy askod. Tho Investigator time. , I1L, 13 persons have been killed in one and nude a foobla atA pottoffice bat been opened at Kit candle had burned down and tst the urease of tafot looked of the can tempt to tpoak, ami with a vory vvhito faco end it nowhere in tight. the withing to write to B. on fire that was on the bottom arnay, FU. Thoio concentrated 1U gmo oa the ruvolvor. lie die ttick and a good fire wat in pro?reai. didn't show a frJ?vout of a destrn to arrrue IwsTKADofcalliog it "tonio" "bitttra" M. Burdett can addreat him there. Elder J. W. Mc.arrey't lecture at the The show case waa broken from the heal the quottion with kit fistt or otkerwisey d what not the Atlanta paople will nom so Dr. Wilton wual otur to Iho Ulepuouu -- C. W Ping, our new Louitville drum ieate thtir poison "whisky" in the fu Christian church Saturday eueniog waa a polloo OUx;r. ta and atked mer, waa here with hit family Sunday. While tho Centroi wat on far way Dr. WilWall attended and highly enjoyed by all. offlcor tore. the Capt James Duke aod family, accompanied son Improved tbe oosmiou by tvsmlning hb 11 A M. Mr Oa Wednesday next y, Monday, prisonor. So waa aut an.orJraary thiof, Tax Imtxbiob Journal la the best George S. Brown will be at married to Miss by R. L. Brook, leave Kontuoky. ("Courier-Joucountry newtptper in future borne but a rcspootaUto tasn wf thlityor to, who, Sillie Patterson. The groom it a brother for Los Angeles, Cal , tbeir appears, occtip'.ex wnt pooplo call a posirnal. of thia It of our county attorney, J. H. Brown, and MrClellao Brooks, a former cilisen tion in society In AllegVany Ctunly. lio had A atatue of Uarfitld is to be unveiled the bride a daughter of Judge James Pat place, is here fiom Pari to tee relatiwt bcou a paticat of Dr Wliiiard's, and how ho and bid adieu to the California emigrant. cumo to discover Uia toailim.uon of U10 at Cincinnati Thurtday. tjrton. safe can lw (.'Uii.wL lio heyed WilThe remains of It v. John R James Mrs. S.W.Brown, of Arsans.sCity, Kas,, son to let hi:n go. an! putted to pay Dr. all Frank Hatton, ex postmaster general, back paper in New were brought here for burial Friday. The is here visiting relatives and friends. W. thomonoyho had tiku If fpurod Uie pubia to start a penny repablicsn funeral services ware held at the Baptist H Spradlin, who haa been engaged for tbe licity of urrcst, lie tel'.ed well; nny way York City Dec. 1 Dr. Wilson 1ms 11 U'j heart, aud tho ' millions (f bushels of coal, are ly- church, where he was formerly pastor Hi lttt nine month locating railroads in and was Unit by tho t;inv tho policeman resuli Ten reached Birmingham, AI., is here to see Dr. Wil&ou'a olllco Iwii sorviix'8 wcro ready to come down on the many friends in this citv are much grieved around ing at Pitt-bur- g not his daughter. noedcil. at his untimely taking off. ibe in theOnio, which is now assured. d The aironv is over at Atlanta and prohi bitioo i defeated bv 1122 majiritr. It election wsb remarket! sftt--r the i'enms-that not a single county where prohibition bad prevsilrii wave it m.jiriiy fur ihr BEaeodnient io that content and now afier trying tre no license; system for two years, Atlanta uor bick t 6 -l principle and will b a wet town for the present at least. "Wesuppoe the rei'on that it la not vnlert a erond time is bee use the people at the lailure of the law to tie ex tented and prefer it whisky is to be fold anyway that some revenue be thrived from it. The fight at Atlanta hat been disgraceful en both aide, eicn retorting to the oat questionable method to ob ain volts r- 000 In vear. B. 8. Fitch, formerly general freight gent of the C ieAit;ike A 0 lio road, died mnrninr. The drouth it over at the tnnw wa preceded by a copious rain fall ai A the ernund i completely saturated The snow i about 4 inches deep. The many friend of Hon. G'orse Denny, 8r , will be slad to know that hi land near Livingston, several hnndred acre in extent, have hfen found to be valuable coal land, n vein several feet in thickness underlying the whole tract. It is a reeular bonai Humphrey Arnold, a son of II. ',C. Arnold, 8r., of this cnunty, died nn Friday night of typhoid fever, after a short illne's, H was a fine young man and was a gener al favorite with ever on). His dfath w a severe blow to hit father and family Hi was hrought to Ltncaster for bur' il and the funeral sermon was preiched Sunday lv E'der Jesse Waldeo, at tbe Christian A :mv axe factory haa been erected at McKecaport, ru. Tiieiik arts !U05 43 cubic Inches in a bushel of ivul of 7H pounds. TiiEnsnro fully live million tou of coal used hi Nuw York City. Thk painter, in their National convention agreed not to restrict tho number of shoes rt'l continue to be mndo In the New York prisons by about 0110 thou-eiinI'ouviots. Utlwr is grndually dl!iippiirttig from tho maiiufarturlug ami mining stove-mukor.a H.3C. RUPLEY, MUKCIIANT TAII.OIL 1 havt recelyed anil still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, Compriilcg the ben In tht market, which will br l'io ., a. rtjple-y- I one-tent- f 1 m u BTJY GMOCBBIE A de-tir- T. R. WALTON co us: e u-- ki T-it- MAIN &HSOMEE8ET STS.. .IVr OJET THE rs 4 Irt - p-- Jd 1 L-I- law-make- r. ic lr con-Yt-- It at Queen and Crescent Route. Florida, V is Lt-v- Shortest and (Julckoat Line to Orleans, South East, Texas, Cuba, South P4-no- re r I I ' i ... '1 f ... isttu '" ttl II i M I M 1 aro-Ji.J- iSWtfJr'' Wall Paper, A Furniture, tHEH Cases, Caskets, Robes. WEARER Stanford. Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. Hi tr:r.3sr-- r i :s-s--- '3tmi-'lteklpnUriaron- lite advertisement found hi cattle' . Stanford, Ky IE. November 2.9 - HUMlnuHH iHh7 O. WALTON, Mttuiitfor. Mtrtility f Ptlbl iniiwl St'J t uvmtlnuit unit -At I'UllANNUM, auil CAH11. U litJim MabetVIio i a .truthful tle George Washington himself was, teleThey tell tie there i going to be a mar graph I h following: " Vntrt Ii a cave on Gran B?thuram's plice, seven unlet from ri'kt here Wednesday. Ml ernon, whici nearly mj mIs the caliI HE Hev. John K J2 000 in brated Mammoth Cave in proportion and snrnnce on hi life In the Knights of fully so in curiosities In it are several II trior. lake or ponds, in which fish without even i I are found in ahund-tneeh mass of Foi UrNT-- Oir reKidence on Main caverns, sniue of wtiich are from 75 to 100 l'lirHrrstOII a', nn jr lime. Apply to slrett feet high." Mlm-- f Liccie and Mire lienzley. of , L M. Ltsley OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNIr W. Purdoiu and Ida G. Taylor, Thomas II. Lololetle and Lillie Pender THAT- -graft obtained marriage license on the 23d Inst. Dr. Harry Phillips, late of this place now of Mt, H erling, w in town Friday, IIAVK He is carrying on a prosperous drug busings in thectpii. of Montgomery. F. W iiuidmaii ha bought out N. 'A mm r' beer bottling business near Ihe deOFpot n I will take posse-Hinand continue the htislness thi M mday, uiomirg. Tiiern were only itboii' ii degrees dil ferencf bMw-e- n wiial the IhtruinuiHn ssld Sunday morning at G oVIocR rtiiil wrui it naid Moudsy morning al the same hour Oo thi- - 15 h o' Atigti't last, while ibe Having lecurdthe servioes of 0. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with steam thresi er i,f H. N. Mitchell was pass many year' experience, all work will be done with neatness and dispatch, log Hie farm if Win J Debatin, rparke fully insured. Spectacles ai d Eye Olaisei to suit the eye. Irom ihe engine set fire lo eome clover hay - burned. ami three ric erMi chell to pay $75 datuse-- , nut Deb, tin re fused the oQer and brought suit for $150 Tne cae ws tried before Judge e aai.d a j iry Saturday, b it no verd.ct rebelled. The priie aferward compromtred on $62 50, each ping his own cot. Judge W E Walker, o' Garrard, w 3 here yrsierday in receive; a jicc itid sul lion, William Welch, wbicn Col. Siev Walker recently look to Texas. Toe jacx ? which cost $700, took trie lung fever am was ur.salab e and he refused lo take $400 for the stalliur. HUd nine jacks ani five stallion, ai i!f ictury prices, however es and he is nut out anything by inn $150 freight he had to piy on bis returned slock. Wm Juithd M'ROJBERTS & STAGG, -- ItunJefiUwJII wecredlt thit I2.S0 will i diuandtl. TIME CARD. Mall tram going Norm- - I.. aOCU houtn haoifM train" Houth NnttS - I ." .M . ...... I 25 i, M Lutal Krelghl Nortn ' houth ..... The latter iralua lw carry pajatruera la calculated on undard 11 in. Holar I a It a tout 20 tnlnul mmr - si r. n .. II 4 a, at - - 1 i 0 r. m lUn tliijon X. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tralu (r leant llowUoJ tT.'iO a. m, and returns it m. LOCAL MOT liUY ICE. pile jour school Uxxa and icbool up front A. K Penny AK your grocer lor laa Cincinnati II ting Co.'k cracker and oke. W aTciin and Jtwalry repaired on shot aoiic ami warranted br A. H. Penny. A cxmriXTK stock of )ewlry, lata! A, trie. Roc It ford watch a pia)lT. K. I'eony. Tier firm of Panny A McA litter hatinit ulaoolvtd, tha aocouota ara ready for seiiile turrit. Com at oner and eel lie. You ate coat. PERSONAL Mjw. Ed CAkTrK returned yetterday from a to lsbnnn. Mr JamimBlvehakcc, of LouWfillr, ii on a In lit r parents. -- Mm Poktih t?TAo ha been apend io Ibt wetk with Mi. Adam W. Carpen ay I lll flt 'Mim Hallie Wkiii spent several d.t? "Mb Mi FnnU Bwope in the Urubt n lr. iI(hbjriol. John Hmilky ha graduated in tre Wrtt and returned Ttirra is no place like home after aM. Mim LvLk McKmxiT hat raturnrd ieit lo her aisler, Mis Mary, at from DiUxhUi' College, lNrrcxliburt. Lt. Joatvru OaUKahd write that he bt been transferred Irmi WyomtPK T.rri lory lo Purl Hibinnon, Nbrka, atid ak lot hi paper b MQt -- Mr JoeS Kiue, our popular tela graph opara'Or. tiaa bean iranferred from tbla plto- - lo ilorae Cay. Mr Root. Her Libanon Enter-ptlt- t. too take hit place here. lhr. Lit a RLE W. altTCAU write thai be ii meeiioK witb graat micoom at Barbour Till and that h baa some desirable lot for aal ai p'lo- that the buyer will be - loo bound to mak u- - in strict coi.fiiUnca that Criarlia Crow ia to b come a Jlenodicl Iwfora lb old yrtr i runr take doo't totimal out, o for that we K tha rl away Or Ham C Hum ha decided to to to Califuraia aad will leave shortly for Lo Anil(. Th Golden Coal fa emphatical ly, we think, the place lo go, but we an uTertheleaorrr that u cltrer a boy end good a physician i I leiee u. Tlte many ftieadaof Mr Gen. T. T Garrard, of Manchester, will to learn fatal ilinao of ol tha serious ard perhap thai estimable lady Hhe i reported j intt at the p)int of deth with lilt'e hope ol her recoTery. f Barboureil r New. It I lo be rebelled that the traoafer of Wcrelary Lmr lo the Hopreme 1! irJi will knock Col Him A. Walton cut of tht proiniaed pillion of Ciief of a Difltinn in Ihe Interior Department. The Secretary ty it would not be fair to hi auccenur for him to make the appointment. Mr John V. Brown, the expert who came otrr to l up our new pre, a Ibor ouith mailer of hi buoinea. The machine wa in perhaps a lhound piec, but bad order out of etiao and did it with all the ease Imagirmble Ueide he i nice, defer gentleman and it wm a plea ure to hare htm amund. H. Pkok J. 1'ullum lella u bosij oo. ft food' rirt 1 LOCAL AFFAliS cutter and butcher Me Hocker A Bright'. it knirr at You will rave coat br paeinit the accnuni you owe Ihe firm of Pinny & McAliater if you pay before Deo ll I have for 1 cow, one four lack year-ol- d prtt aiely two gnod milk hirntaa mare, aix large rick ol he i minus edition will be double the iz of thitand wewi ieun a large num Moody is holding f rth in Pittsburg at ber ol extra cnple. Adrrrtirer should Ihe Grand CVnlra R nk, which hold person and It is make a note of thi anil lake advnntige of picked, it. Rers, Jtinkiii and Kmi held a meetDeath -- Mr, P P. Nuunelley wa called ing in Wrreu co'inly, which in to Georgetown Htturdar by the eickneaa of '28 addition to the Biplui c Hired and 4 to hi brother, J. C. Nuniielier, but he did other chlirche. Rev Mr Dickiosur, of V.rginl, wll, before he got there The (licence wa ly phoid ferer and he Ixnet" a wile and three tl I ICjv. P. O. Elsum' pulpit next Sunday, the litter ii assisting in a protracted cnllclren. meeting in Lulls ille. The followiog peron bate anawered A Fleming county psstor borrowed an the pun'e and ib-- all agree that the old suit of clothes lo uei at a bi pi is in. A nwer i .1U1: Ml4 Mtcgle L Lwl, Tur deck nf cards fl ated from the suit before ner.eill.; L O Alcorn, Danville; G. T. the preacher aud converts came out of the McI.jbert,Htoford;C. W Terrr, Htb. water. land; a little aon ot Joinh Bishop, McKin 7 he number of Sunday school scholars ner. J H. Trrbune, Orlando, iyi it ii In Ibew rld is at 10 417 900; of 7i!l lescners 1 952.107 The United Siate hi 11 Theiir wai a ull ill SS in the tempera 99,702 school! and 8 034,478 scholar and lure from 9 o'clock Hiinday morning to 1 107 179 teachers Ther re at thi time uni'er way and sunrise Mni.dar, ttie mercury reirislering 72 and 7 on thoae morning. A heavy uoder coatnet $20,000 worth of church rain ael In about noon 8:ndy which con buildings in the 0enbnro district of the tinned till night when anow began to fall Melhodiit Church all to be couip'eted by and continued till it covered Ihe earth lo Oolober 1, 1S88. the depth of six incbe. It was the first w CHOh LAND STUi't mow to amount to anything tbi season and by T. R. Walter. nt-- d s it i said that Ihe number of snnw Dried Apple in Corn is selling in Adair at 60 centi ptr No? ember govern the cumber during the winter, not much of the "beautiful" may bushel. J L. Cogar, tf Midway, hn bought he elpectfd. during the past few day 800 hrg at $5. A TttRHlBLEOOLUftON occurred on the J E Bruce went lo Louisville Salur Cincinnati Houthern road 95 mile from day night itti a car load of hog be bought Cnattanooga, between an eurt freight go at 4 to 5 cenla. trg north and freight No 15 going south. CarritheriA Baird, of Lexington, purBoth ergine were badly wrecked and ev chased a car load of small mulei at from encaraol th txra lelevcoped. Fireman $70 to $110 in Montgomery county Ben Cook, of Science Hill, wa instantly Gen. R M.Gano bid in hi father' killtd and Brakimao George Lamming, of land in Fayette for the heir at $50 per Ludlow, crushed to that he died next morn ere. bhorthorn cattle sold at $22 to $48 badly and corn in fisld at $2 25 lng. Engineer Hollenback wa cabled about the leg and feel. Conductor -- G W. Bramleit sold 40 2 year old Walaon wa seriously hurt. The blame for mule lo Alx Mcllvain at a liulo over the accident is placed on the night opera $100 each. He also aold a yearling to Wm tor at Laming and Ih conductor and en- See al $100. -- fC.rli le Mercury. train. gineer of theeouth-boun- d A 11 Beoford refused 17 cent per lb. for hi crop of tobicco Monday and R. B Our magmficeot nd mammoth new Cot delivery pre i at last in po Hulchcrifl refused 14 cents. The farmers trail, tape) Pari Ken sitlon and thi edition of the INTERIOR here are talking 25 cent. JoCMNAL ii printed on it It will take il tuckian. Hubble Bro, bought a few mulei here sometime to get it to running emoothlr and Iset Monday at $90 to $126 More than whan it doe il will be a daisy and no mil500,000 fruit trees are being planted in thii take. We kav now five new preaae of Horn- county within the pan few weeks. the beat make, forming with paper cottar, erael Reporter. engine and other adjunct the beat ou ti in At Mr. Nancy Jnne' le in Msdfson the State outaide of LuiUville. About 250 she.o sold at $1 65 to $3.85 per head; the first of January we will buy a ne hnr 4 62 per hundred; three jeoiela $317 drea for Ihe piper nd teen everything to $450; S.eir-ol- d jsck $700; Jick colt will be new throughout. To those of our $190; broke mule $140 to $160; corn in patron who feel an interest in inch mat itrr. crib $2 Ian, w extend a cordial invitation to cal Daright Rue ha Wingbt in the last and e how the ntw thing wotk. week lor Curry A Rue 137 head of feeding The Hop given bv the Wel E d Club cattle in tbii ind Wsahing'oo CTtinu'ex He at Huitonvtlle Friday night wa largely at paid for 1 100 p tlnd cattle $3 per hundred $3 37. All tended by ihe charming dIIm and gallant and for 1,000 pound feedn beaux of lha anrroundlog town apd cun the cattle are let nut to farmers to fetd try and wa elegant and enjoyable in eserr until November 18S8 They are weighed rnpect. The ladle were unusually band on delivery and weighed back next Novem ouielv dre Med and but for the fact that her and Curiy A Rue pay 5 cent for the Harrodaburg Democrat. your repcrier wai so deeply absorbed in tl e fat put on. Mr. El Waller, formerly cily judge of delights of Ihe dioce, he wi uld have fur nlihed a list of them and a description of Nicholaiville i very sick from eryiipalia tbclrcoelumee. Prof. Lotte' orchestra fur- and debility al the reaider.ee if his F C. McGinn!, who is also ill with nished good mmic and the festivities were prolonged to a I ti hour The Interior pneumonia. Mr. McGinnii ii in delicate JoUkNal's thank are due Jmt B Cook health and altogether a worthy family i in and olheri fir iprcial atleulir n to it rep- a bad way. Mrs. A J Potts, of resentative, who has rarely cavorted in so in visiting old friend in Danville. Mr. J, M. Bryant, who was stricken with paralymuch clover. sis about 10 days go, rn so far recovered Want ComtaNY. A deputy marshal aa lo be able to wa'k about hi room. came up from Louisville Bt'urday and took According lo carefnlly prepared lobic-c- o lo jail there Gtnrge Bione. a little negro statistic tie weturn leaf crap foots up whom fiilai Embry ay did the watching 76 million pounds, or 20 per cent, of recent while he robbed the pttoili:e. Silas prib averages, and Ihe eastern leaf crop 72 milably wanted to ten some of hi Stanford lion pounds, oi 50 per cent, decrease. The Iriend and retorted lo thi method of eastern and wes em leaf crops, and all the seoiling for one. If he could have a hun market atocks of the United State, make dred lashe well laid on every day fur a up 360 million pound, against 591 mil month and then be biund In tome man lion a year ago and 575 million two years that could make something out of him, it ago. The supply from the new croie and would be much better than sending such a market stocks falls 211 million pounds bePost youthful rascal lo the penitentiary low the late average taking for domestic muster Thomas Richard, O J. Newland and foreign consumption, while in 1SS6 and C. C. Carioa went to Louisville Sunday there wa a surp'ui of 23 million pound, night to answer the aummon to appear be and in 1835 a surplus of 24 millions. The 'ore the U S. Court lo testify a lo the robwestern Burley crop is 37 million pound. bery and the capture of the little scamp in and the dark and heavy crop 39 millions Our FridaT n hI? Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, L-- M i ia c O & 5 ? V- e - Xebon tt Mailer's furniture factory si $300,-00- 0 Grand Rtp'ds, M ch., bumed; lo Frank MCd chon, aged 16 yesrs, w hinged by a moh ai Oskdale, C'sl. He i( n fssed having caused about a dtz n fire in Oakds'e within the past two weeks, JEW ADTlltTISKBKMS. si S s f x O O 50 jr O w 50 CO o H- - K O For Nule or lica.se! Williamibnrg;, Ky. I r. a Xfl H- - Central Hotel, Tbla Haiti la a very deilnble piece ol property and will hioldcheiaod on eaay term-- , If told al once. For partieulara call al Hotel or on (I B. Harrli, Wltlumihurc, K.. or N. A. Itlcbard-on- , 70S W. CutolDUtat, LonltTll'e, Kv. 2SM H s t 3 PUBLIC SALE Jjnnri, Stock and Crop. I will tell at public auction to the hUbest btJder WEAREN & MENEFEE, On Friday Dec. 10, 1887, Twenty aeten head of extra good ytarllni mala. 4 Mule Colli, 1 agp.1 aire, 14 fat bboaU, 1 buneb ol Miliar, Caille, and a gondllieot t'irmlcg I m pleraenu, of WtgoDt. I'lowa, () ar Combined Mower and Reaper ard ererytblng Id Iba forming line, 204 barrels it Co n Htj Id team and MVtrtlaUcia lot tf Wheal In gamtr. lioua.-bo- i and Kltcben Furniture will li , ba told A Tract of Land ronaltilngol tlO term, alt- aledoo Dlx Itlter, and oo if flW rrrn, lying ! the Lancaster pike, between the fsriu. ol Ike lata Ueo. KJrg and J K. Caraoo will alto b sold. Terma maJt knuwa on day of lata. g M. ir KVA.tH. 40-Rg- TRAINING STABLE! I, the nndenlrned, have In Danville, Ky., a neat Training Htahlo, and ara prepared to break and train boree tltbtr to tadJIor trot.' and ia to th people of Lincoln and adjoining counties U you bar a bor ibat you w.ni broke, tralntd or ali, aad will bring It to ma, I will guarantte you will do iay bal with jour itock bat a boraeyoo want toU, bring It to me, a we ascond beat market in lot Bute bare tbe 2&3-- tf HAStVRl. JOII.SOX. "SANITAHY" Dealer in Fine Buggies, Oarria Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Goal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock or Ve , hides is larger and more complete thanf everjbe-forefrom the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, aon-in-la- Scotch Wool Underwear ! as suit the times. any dealer or manufacturer and for as littlo money. Come and see our line assortment before it. is broken. J. IS.GREEL.AKt.. llutouvUle, Ky. All ot work guaranteed We can sell you as good vehicles as represeii'ed. Prices to PLATT'S "English Lo sting" USIfEKvYE. isciifi Tor WEAREN & MENEFEE. IrlJO LlHt, Md 41 llhtand Main, LOUISVILLE - - KENTUCKY. o roi1 1 .fill P I We dtaire lo call n ck o jnur altsntlon to bar fresh and Now anteed. Photograph Gallery J. tl. PA I'M., rhutographer. ! Ol Opaotlte Female Col legs. Call work. Cabinet i I per doieo. and examine my Hallilactioa guar- Complete Line of Groceries Our iStocli of Hardware, eTr JiacrlplloD, which w kwp couitau'ly on band, and aik you to corn and xamloe It aa wrll a J77.ll Which no retail house ran com pete wltb. While you ound, we will (how jou th Hi act. p H. C. JOHNSON, Oliver ChillHl mid Imperial Piows, We are agent cloter of timothy hay, on bay and a buggy. HUSJONKILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Mataron Pay-to- n. b Till worre and vexation attending the change of machinery In ihii office haa cur tailat the amount of original matter in this iaue, but w will mike up for it whan we get itraight. Theatrical. -- Tt.e Flnrenco J Bindley Combination will give a performance at Walton' Opjira Houae December 9. The Pat Muldoon Co. appear on the 20th and AI G. Field' Mlnitrel are already booked for February 3 '. cruwd i the Kink; the other night reminded one of the olden lime when the port flr-- t became popular. There were a number of bevinneri anil aa naiial ther a pent moat of thlr time on the floor. John fell often Williams and Will Water enough to kill ordinary men, but it aeemed to hare no more impreion on them than on a rubber bill. The fun closed with the uua dance, which wa heartily injored till midnight. Open again next Friday The larte night. Going to Leave Ua Maierson Peyton, q , teila lis that he bta formed a partner-twith Judge H II Iogertoll, of Koox-ll- e. Tenu . and will go there to live about tue lOih of next month. Judge Ingersoll ex judge of the Supreme Court of hia ate and a lawyer of wide reputation and ne practice. While regretting very much that Mr Peyton haa decided to leave hi native county, where by gentlemanly con duct and upright dealing, he haa won so mmy frisadi. we are glad that hi field ot work wilt be enlarged and that hi pro, Mr Peyton wai ad pect are to flattering milled to the bar in 1880 and practiced for two year in parlnertbip with Gen, Wol turd at Liberty. Rsmovlng here in 18S3, he haa aince gone it alone and haa alwayi eij iyed a good practice. He (a a hard atu dent and a diligent worker, two very essential point for a luccwaful lawyer. For the lat three years we have been the cloeat and beat of neighbors and have alwayi found him the sumo obliging aud kind friend, and we but voice the Hentiment of the community when we express regret at hia departure THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, la now prepared with a good itock and an additional workman to do any kind of work In hia line promptly and In tbe beat manner. Cllre kirn a (277) trial, Shop on Lancaster atreet, for, the beat In the marks t; alto the Aug. Bridgewuttr lui been sick some two weei a. s The have been better filled than the churches during Thanksgiving week. On Sunday night we had a respectable fall of snow ai the winding up of a copi ous rainfall. Mrs. Frank Shipman has gone with Mr. William Snipmau lo Boston, Mass., on a yiait to tha father in law of the former and husband of Ibe latter. I am veiy anxious, Mr. Editor, to get into the first issue under Ibe auspices of the new press and stick to it for the next 50 years. Please make room for me. Elder John I. Rogera is conducting a meeting at the Cbriitian church. Rer J. C. Randolph waa with the Preibyterians Sjnday. Green' Sunday school at More land flinched from the weather. ball-room- IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, Bomethlnf new and norel and the flnut thli-- of the kind In uje. In our line of Htlnu and Cook filotn, we cau plathe moat fastldloualp bith price and make, and eipcclullj In Heating btorea. so we 1ih loahowycu ometbtjtexce.lent. Otjurtfw kerp Lime. Cement, bait, Ac, and In fact In when you are In tbeie la narcislr aujthlng we haru'l got that la anything near our lln. Vry truly, town and we ahall be delighted to make It pleimnt tor you Tbii Is to notlfv tbe public that we will not per mil any hunting or any otbtr treapaiilDg on our farm, but we will punlah any person orptnoni to treipjsalng to tbe fulleztentot tbe law. Not. 4, 1887. JAMBH PEPPCBH. V. SI. NPOOHAMOBR. Posted. HOdKKKA BRI6HT. A.St.FKI.AXO. It Ii Fllli If DaviLBa m ARBUCKLES' name on a paokago of COFFEE is a guar on too of excellence- PHARMACIST, Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Physic) ana' preacrlptlona accurately compounded, All QzffS wkJS'g) 4nnaMt.rca .jJTjl 'aBaktaaV' TGlT&tZITlattiTHaatjiSAi ARIOSA kept in all COFFEE stores from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Is first-cla- ss JEWELER ' There are now 65 127 postotfices in the U. S., an increase of 1,543 during the year, A whirl Ind blew down a d zen bouses at Mineola, Texas, which crushed six persons to death. COFFEE Is nevor good when exposed to tho air. The Largest Btook of Watohes, Olooks, Jewelry and 8ilverware KTr bougbt to tbla market Price lowor than th Lowest. Wttchea, Clocks ind Jewelry Repaired on short nolle and Warrantwl Always buy this brand in hermetically Boalod OKE POUND PACKAGES. ravl A'pjiauat' TTneTjam.' 'iSVW? 'Xjl'STTsVff li - " jx.L' 2urtzr 9.M. r.li-i'i.v- -x . n " -- fna.'aO.- 'IT PRESS pocket-boot. PLUNDER. ' fly CONDENSEO SCIENCE. Tms a erago duration of tho flash of a firennd tho i: givctrat 'fin hnlf of uu area of tho inset, nt iw AGRICULTURAL - ' IWsMsM J Vt -- NOTES. s The most Interesting; of all ,books-- th AViikx u man is " in h'a cups," he h lika nn engine on u night run, because ho has u s5nd, Ir n horse is urgnl by jerks and taps applied he is apt to become ouo-elght- h laggard. had light. journal inform us that "when mill lady nro walking up tlio street tho lady uliouiil wnlk aisulo the A wh-iktn goiillciiimi ." nui:.si)t," said n temperance lowering hi voice to im linprcsiivo were at tins whispor, "If nil tho bottom of tho sen, what womd be .tho result!" And the answer cam.': "Lots of people would be drowned!" CoSTiiwrToH " How is r. tnnnuicript I wish to submit." Editor (waving las hand) "I'm sorry wo are full just now." Contributor (blandly) "Very well; I will call ajnin when somo of you nro hober." "A Ni:w Yotth. man lcissed his wife nnd died," savs an oxchungo. It is n very singular case, indeed. If ho had kissed another man's wife and died It would huvu created no surprise. That frequently occurs. Millionaire -- "Then, sir, I havo Axmoi-your cun Mint to pav my addresses to your daughter. Ah! if i" only thought I (;oild win her affection!" Eager Father-"- hy not, my dear sir, why not I l'leuty i5f others have succeeded." "And now," continued tho, clergyman, "wo h ivo seen that millions on millions of people h.ivo been beueflted by following tills scriptural lajuuctiou." Juat then Lawyer Stubbs wok up long enough to say in a sleepy mini nor. "Move that tho Injunction bo made permanent.'" Judgtt' Skveiiaj. hands working for' nn old Amherst farmer requustcd hint tho other day right in tho midst of tobacco cutting, to allow them to be off on Labor day. Tho farmer scratched his head and then ejaculated: "Vull, I bhould think those Legislative fellows bettor pass n law next winter forbiddiu' anybody working between , meals.". This pitelir-- r had a llttlo ball, and it was white as snow, nnd whoro tho striker thought it was, the ball it wouldn't go. It curve, It had a fearhad a sudden ful drop, and wnun tho striker wildly struck, that ball it didn't stop'. "Why does tho ball fool sti liter so!" tho children, all did cry. "The pitcher twirls tho ball, you know," the teacher did reply. "Got any cow bells I" "Yes, step this way." UTIkho uro too omall. Haven't you any larger" "No, sir, tho lurgest ones aro all sold." Hustic started off and got as far ns the door, when tho clerk called after him: "Look here, stranger,, take ono of theso small bods ,for your cow, and you won't havo half tho troublo In' finding her; for when you hear hor bell you will ulways know sho can't bo far off." The farmer bought the bell. can hit a woman's enso A roiiTfsr.-TEU.B- n nlno times out of t?n. "You've had sick-- 1 ness and trouble. You'll havo some fall to you. You do uJt havo full in your husband.' Beware! He you! You have u very gentlo nature. Kvory bdy loves you. You h.ivo had troublo with a rclativo. It was not. your woman with fault. Uewaroofa bjuo-cyea molo on hor loft cheek. Sho will make Good-bvono dollar-c- all you trouble. again. Detroit Frrt Pres. A ooon many years ago there was n big real cstuto transaction, involved in which Phil Armour wm ono of tho llgaros. The sharpors thought they had him, but were soon convinced that they wero wrong. They had tried to gat him to drink several times whilo ho dicker was going on, but ho was not drinkmg any. After tho deal was over, Phil said to the chap whom ho had gotten tho best of: "Now, gentlemen, you must havo something with mo," nnd taking them into u small room where there waslit-n pitchor and several glasses, he ocnod a tle tin box, and said: "Help yourselves." The tin box contained Seidlitzpowdors. ".All grog-shop.? s d e SciKt.KT FnvER may be contr toted fvoin as they have ici'.v delicate stomachs mid ua the muk of oow suffering from ni a'Jied excess of food is liijuriius to them. Co.M. ashes nro recommended ns a valdiseao. Cows so atllictetl do not present any ucute svmptoms. ii'id tho comVtlon uable material in which to puck apples for ini'ght be easily overiKikisl. DoiibtfU milk long keeping. The ashes should bo finely 'fi d and alternated in hirers with Uie disease germs, should be Iwiied to through the rubbing of machinery with a VuX rag sutu'iited with the lluul. This would liiiowixn pis', need not be kept fat but of caution in tho thrifty. A ginxl f.K! is made of buttermill: slviw that thaw is liquid. or skim milk thickened with tnUdlliig. hindlmtr of tins eorimnnly-ue- d lnuni.: Lii.iTi of the pulse is not iui alarm- T.ils may be given them as soon as they are iiih t.iicJiv. Surer and lambs should be fed sparingly poflsi su 3STE3W- FURNITURE IWACK . 1 IirPFMiiN, Iroprktr. 9 "?1m STORE r .. AWiiN? ing svmptoui. as manysupposo. Inn lecture to tli 11 vil College of Physicians Loudon, it was stated tint it may occur in perfect health up to cstremi old age. Another common error Is that tho tension of a man's pulse may indicate the vigor of his body or mind. food, tt is mild: In n gallon of skim milk there is nearly a pound of solid food, almost chctn'cally similar to the lean of meat. Tins U the flesh of the milk, and there is no reason why it should not be eaten its food, just us meat is eaten, with the addition of In regard to tho vnlue of skim milk ns ' I . any kind of pure foreign fat; but being mixed with n hqumVtho people, aw unublo to appreciate it, and rarely porceivo tho fnet'thit it is f.od ut all. f An eminent astronomer asserts that .tho diumqter alleged periodical ch.rr.res of tho of the sun do not exist Ilia researches, which are founded on nineteen scries of twelve of which refer to the hori onial dian;p'er, nnd c )inpns ','1.0n0 observations, whilo sow a refer to the vertical diameter show that the periodical changes are duo to the inlluence of tho tompcraturo upon the instruments with Mhleh tho. observations wore made, and that for this reason tho period corn;. ponds to that ofj,tho annual period of temperature. It, has been found that the intemperance of pare .its is u c inaidi rable factor in producing idiocy in children. This has been conilrmed by French physicians, ono of whom has said that, in the village of Cnr-emwhose riches were in its vineyard, ten years' comparative sobrioly, enforced had n sensible effect in by diminishing tho cases of idiuoy. Nervous constitution nnd consumption cxorclna important Influence. Of the professions, lawyers - furnish tho smallest projwrtion of "idiots, whilo thoy aro credited with tho procreation of n relatively voiy large number of mou of eminence. Tun process of welding by electricity Is now being industrially applied, it being largely employed in the manufacturo of metnlllc tanks and reservoirs. The pieces to ba welded nro placed upon a cast iwn plno supported by an InsuUifed table nnd connected with the negative polo of a souwe of electricity Tho positive pMo communicates with .in electric carbon Inserted in bh insulating handle. On drawing tho point of thocnrbonulougthoedgusof tho motal to bo weldcd.'tho operator closes the circuit. Ho hai then merely to ralso tho point slightly to produce a volUle arc whoso high temperature melts the twd pieces of metal and causes them to unite. Tho Intensity of tho current naturally varies with tho work vine-diseas- to bo done RAILROAD ITEMS. weaned. Tub peach docs b'st on lt own stock in a light, ieh. warm soil, and in a warm climate, moderately free from winds. At time of planting, the two should not bo laoro thnu a year old. A nr.1rr.1t projierly housed and protected from Inclement weather will last for a dozui ycari and more and do good work. One that is left out of doors will be worthless in half that time. M ny a good young cow Is made n kicker by being milked when hor teats wore yiro. A good remedy Is a wash of warm water and castile soup, after which apply equal parts of lime water and linseed oil. should be dug as soon ns they PoTiTon aw rie, and those not at oneo marketed nucht to be stowd in a dry, ro! and comparatively dark place. If carefully sorted when gathered much subsequent labor in handling will bo saved. Tun value and usefulacssof a farm animal depend almost as mmh pm th" mental characteristics of the animal a upon Its physical charncteristtcs. A lmrso niay be niuscukii uml nctivo; but it uses its muscles and shows its activity by kicking tho other hordes, by running n.vay with tho wagon or plow whenever opportunity offers, or by getting over tho boat fence on tho farm. It Is of loss value than a horse with less muscle and activity Anil the nentul part of other domestic nnlmals Is of scarce less importance Tuts treatment Is recommended by n .stock journal for canker In the cleft of a cow's hoof: Vara away all shreds, wash out all rotten matter, with strong boap suds with a solution of carbolic nc!d, ounce to the solution of soap suds. If there is still inflammation In tho part, use coldr water to riducolnls. IftheTonrTpoT'lallt-tendeparti, iu tho cleft, touch them with a feather dipped iu sulphuric acid Then apply a strong solution of sulphate of copper tTjtho nITeeted parts, once a day, keeping the hoofs well bandaged, to keep out earth and other foreign matter. A chaff In a horse's eyo may become Imbedded In the membrano and produce such Intense Irri'ntion as to cause blindness If it Is not removed. To remove It tho horse must bo carefully thrown and secured nnd tho head held firmly. The eyelid is tVn turned back nnd held and the chaff picked out, A few dwjia of wtno of opium FhouM bo injected In the'oye twico a day. and the nnlm.il kept In a dark stublo until" tho inflammation is removed. In ordinary cases relief may bo found by putting two or three flax seeds in the eyo; tho oil and mueilago of the seeds aro dissolved and form a protecting coating to the membranes ' of tho eye. 1 11 one-quart-er ESte 'i sw jni wtrm v.w niis-Ii AKII ' POWDER Absolutely Pure. a mr 01 purll), Thlit powiler nTrr rl trongtb tntl wholrsoinrno. Mun "Oiuninl(i ntul tii um i olr the or.ltnurj ktn lior cometllon with th muutiuiteof io wplghl n'liiu or photphitv i ltr f In i..nl Cim, Horn HiKIM) INnviiKK lOrt Hull Hlrwl, N at -- r'iA- swJSf1 i"i,"f ,," !- ml hbUtI Huh o( IUlll islMHtN liiyt on liittul lnru unit riul.r(.iLrV 'oihI. 1 prltn will ! ,r,, w ,,', iir. KmmIm chii 1h IiiiiikIiI in Uie illl'. "m m will lit eoinliM'sMl tlmi 1 Mll Ihmit Umii LONDON, KV. tlin l, tl (, r . B. RILEY, Proprietor. Tlinroiiclil lt'innli'l uml Itr'nr. Inrf ulstifit llirmislioiil ami niutil unci rwiaxiiiuitilp irlt's I iMlnsitrc tiii'l l j iill(r I'orli'r of tlil iiT.rtm ioiiilnr lliiiiso. I'lrnl-rlnsx E H.FOX, ii80T Uthpvn sl tins r Hwt. MWlIil.E, hli t lBon.iu-l ha Pit scat. KV. tul'lln I MOTHER J rr j " It iHHfr vxci iuiiii n ih public wim 0 m fru.11 faulinitspiHlo lliiili .stlKim 'I - in irisi tit 'vit no rrimr opxi-- j - ) 1 DR. Ml 11 W. R - PBNIVY, - 11 to I'll lhS II-il- Kalltll'IC v Livery, Training, Fund, SALE STABLE ! I uu nixie h.r 00 rruoattile prriiTt to utlu tenm. Countj "Mir' .Isy r.l- - oMrlli . V.t Hl'K.XTKn. JOH fluttn,; . the nU ubl.tn lu ilrt, Kt wMsj0& onrvaaarT HSl-lyr- t03-l- jlAQIOlJ. Offlve on Lancatter ilrMt, real Joor to Ikt Kj. aioa JooaNALorflca. OOira houia rtotn S to 12 a whtl M.and 1 too r. M. ADealhttlciaJulnliU'rrd .' WILLIS HOUSE, HUN -1 , IllrilMII.Mi. a! Ma 4 . !!. VI.1 Ill f JJUit UiriUl a1 a.v C- - J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. ud cleen cil well furolniJ nMuii, Iht lluul uiili. rurniii turn I. nut no niiii)t (i,a --- STXStOUU, Ki..Mt'CKJ. jrtt ll I to Urol a for rtuolUa txforc cnnflcrmcsL Sfial for booV."To .Morunia," nilll frc. llHAliruui IttuLUartiH Co, AUaf-a- , Oa. htiouM llZlZ .raMHI". 0!1ck l". lll'PKMAN, HKVTIHT, KKKTl'rKf wa doora kKorKo.l Tstil UtW Well Driller and Pamp Adjusters. HUnOKOS "l p ds. Vlll-i- T trWella UillUJ, tooidar aud puuipa furmlibrd 'l-- l f at Itclory prlrra. rou'h alJailaiu, aUnr drpot it iaa, u.iiivi 1, WOOD WALLACE, MicMon to Wllce Jl Cochrsn, 513 4th St, Lonuville, K7.. LOl'lSSUILEIaEla, vru ATHIva. Notary Public PHOTOOIMPHEK,! ltlCIIMO,D. iCOTl'CiCT. AYRES& GIVENS. ATTORNEYS AT; LAW. SSI THE GENTS' FURNISHER Photographs A.M AOr.NTN I'OK THK FOREIGN GLEANINGS. Baskivo in Ocrmany, forsomo reason not , Il ,; apparent, is becoming less and less although manufacturing is steadily increasing ami tho condition of tho working i pojplo is improving. Tun Cologne :(rtt- - says that Germany has proilltKl by tlw Boulangor craze, lor from Cologne uo lws that 7d,V pictures of Boulangor- were sent to Paris, which sold ' readily ut 2h francs apiece, , At llomo and aomo other places in Italy tho curious observation lias been inado that a thermometer m tho nhwlo sometimes indicates n higher temperature than a thermometer in th sun, p.stiealarl wh mi a strong wind strikes tho latter instrument. be England man uml women bathe anil at a distanco fruji each other. Tho une of bathing carriages and tho separation of hojs implies that bathing is regarded ns a private uffair, and hhould be nnd decency. ooudut-tev ith lvllii'-mon- t EauT is spulseu of as a laud of onion culture. Largo ipi.ratitios nre yearly shipped to Kurojw f win Alox.iudrm and otlior ports. A fow ye irs a6'o the trade hardly existed, while in two months of last your alone ton were shipjiod to Livorttool. Tub olcotrio light is now being used ki cortalu Loudon omnibuses, u ineandoscent lamp 13 lltted in the foeus of d an hexagonal reflector. Tho current is by a battery uudor tho driver's seat, cnolfwed in n wooden box ubout sevon Inches by sovon inches by two feet long. London tradesmen aro now utilizing tho, tryciolo for delivering their goods. They boxes witli their adhave gmidily-paintevertisement on tho side mounted on a which is worked by a boy from u seat behind the 1jcc Of courso tho London strcou nro o woil p.ivod that tliey udmit of this being douo. Qikbn ViiToni.i's vranddtiughter, Is n llttlo girl of eight .wars but is said to possess tho nlr uud ottrruigo of n woman grown. At tho jub.lee torvieo nt Wostminsjer bbey I rUl die '.vu'ltod up tho. abbey, bowing mid ,' f MISCELLANEOUS. unitling at every step, in such an inimitable fMhliui im to charm tho aswinhly, which, GnnstiNY and Switzerland manufacturo to hcrUehght, rno to do her honor. She Is annually S.O'AMM) glass oyes. dowribed us pr. tty, intelligent mid strongly l v ili drat tratiHnorts of delifrht the hnt- - . . roncuiLiing i l ' raits Dy uie oki scnooiariiBis. , ruslies into the room exclaiming: s iuUi a oti pyiaticr . , 1 wenty-Tg- ht AdoW London: lv b ', . ,., ., f) . now hU'iMtta aw l.'.ul out each year; about fmn 51 H) onm li.u i vosirlv. about filthy pools may n.it injure tho iiriunals, but 000 liouto wo ukv.idy oructd; ubout 1U,ikJ usingtlieir milk. outer the oity each 'day ;ubout 12T it is surelato affect thieur il rlnt.'llltr, frilfl loi.m . fffllkiiaii.'f.il .f jjM-- -.. 11 .... 4V""'-'porson urttnddwl daily ttho, pyimletiun; Vein 'iitilllg, pouivil on ironn mo leuvus un ah.iutTJO.008 furefciiurs Hve.inUhoTci'v; fir .11 im sSeCfcTilnd while h6t. Thoi.ntriii- r.bout VJv.ott) jumpers and b'oirrnrs fiifi-h- t n'lWiit li),(dt police koep order; irent ronertie-- i are then not so cc.mpioti tho oitv: mil .uml consequently tho tea is .I'lkui ,.i. ,. ., .,., I1..1.1 fnrti, ,.r.rv Sun., . .i..u..u-.u..i u lllIlfllL m.UW wJ"n .'. die every 'week; morft nalatable" and loss injurious, day; about il,- - hor-.e- s Tiir iwirei'luiu towor of Nankin is bo and, It Is sum, nooui iuo,uuo cais enliven inu called (rum its being entirely covered with moonlight nighH. beautifully painted. It is The Sultan of Johoro luis a wonderful porcelain tiles; has a baso twelve feot in and inno stories high, palace nour Smgaporo. Its which gradually lessons until 011 bounty rivul tho "Arabian Nights" tales in thickness, single pineapplo upon a ho la always willing to nliow tho t.ip thero is a splondor; and mauy strangers touching pyramid. It has been built ubout four hunIds nmrvols to the years, and Is n thing of beauty. nt his shores. Ho entertains his guests at dred IIiiltmatism and sciatica aro treated In menlo with food servod in golden vessels, blood-bat- h remedy. Tho pawhich sor.vlco cost soven hundred thousand Paris b'y tho and placed in tient is taken to dollars. Tho regalia ho wears is valued at nn empty bath tho abattoirs Into which tho blood from llvo hundred thousand dollars, a bword conducted. CoaguQuoen Victoria presented cost tho uent slaughtered uuhnals is lation takes placo, and in half an hour's of fifty thousand dollars, and ho sum tho solid mass and to ilitMlo tho eyes of his enchanted timo tho patlont leaves Irritating seusatlon wonderful visions of is bathed In water. An s'lectators with theso .cts in afterward. wealth. , , thlr-ty-fiv- o ior-ty-llvrar-w'.ie- cl soiia-ratol14,-0sup-pile- d try-oitil- o, of'Suxo-Moiningri- i, Tne total mileage of railway in tho a lcadlu! iia.1 Kt!iti Im. nerordintr to in the last railway journal, almost doubled thirteen years. tho entiro mileage stated . flT is of new railwad building dono in this country in the last year, lias been dono in the Btato of Kansas. It is estimated that in ouo year In tho city of Chicago thero hare been over two, hundred deaths nnd ono thousand injuries resulting from railroad accidents. In the matter of fast railrood building it is buid that Western linos aro building roiuls at the rute of two to live miles u day, end a.i lii'-'- as seven miles having been accomplished. Titr. paper car wheel wns the invention of His llrst set of a locomotlvo engineer. ...l,..ii. i...m lmiiln nt Vt. hi 1HV.I. His first attempt, to introducq them was greeted with ridicule, but in a short timo thero were thousands of paper wheels in use, and thoy havo prpvod, ' more durable than iron. , Tnn guarantee of n chilled whoolis miles, while wliecls of thousand e, other material guaranteed to do greate-servico us tho paper whcol, cq1 from to Mxy iloUars each. Hero, is a demand for material 'hdapted to the condiheivico that f hall give tions of much creator wear than the chilled wheel, nnd not bo as exjeiisiveas lh paper whcol. of tho Tuu locomotive industrial United Ktatea have been very busy lately, inin the productloiyof newjuotors for the creasing traftle of our own and foreign roads. With u labor force of 2.0 W men,. Wi locomotive ., nearly two per day, havo been limshed. Oidois for l.VJ mow aro In hand, and it is expected that thn output for tho year wi'l reach the grand total of (BO. In a calculation of tho nmouiit expended in laying tn'X'k in the llrst six months of HSTBomo interesting statistics nro shown. At an uvorago of 100 tons of 'r.iU'to the mile, the:i.7."l miles havo required about :17.",000 ton3 of steel. At a cost of 10 per ton tho vahio of this one item Is about tl.V00,(JM. Estimating tho cost per mile, including tho total sum expended stations, nt has not been farfrom fO.',750,OX).. Tils chem.cal laboratories connected with our leading railroads are deting close attention to "the character of lubricating oih nnd the qunlity'of theso' oils offered1 to railroads having laboratories Is improving. A llrst-clas- a lubricating oil should stand to a temperature of Ixiiling water for six lioui'b without showing uny ajijireciablo los'j from evaroratiou." Its Hashing point should not bo below EOOdegrcos, and it should not congonl at zero. one-fifth h WEIGHTY WORDS. a tendency for alcoholic beverage. It may bo tho result of a distwssful malady. A r.rnictjrD nose docs not alwnys Indicate IMI.4IMliIS lure.iiiMliix 1 1 I.AU.VUKY. in all styles and siios. Fiotarea in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. KawdMljaa la Kraut Fifth HUewt, LODIHVIILR. flo..u a. a.HAkiiM. 1 Hloe a (W-ly.- KY. l and , CruniU Aoncj! Car-pi- aal Milt l rery Jow (,201 l'rlr ly. AN inordinate desire to live "in stylo" too much Influences many young pooplo beginning life together as husband and wife. Tho happiness of many n llttlo household bus been wrecked by this vain mouvo. A MoTHF.n Is unwise who begins to tempt her children's appetites while young, with anv form of iwstrj;. They yt Ipso." tusto for plain, wholesome foort, which is far bettirfor tho growth of their bodies, and also better for her, sinco it suvos hor timo and strength. Soiiu peoplo have a way of talking as If they know overy thing aud could manage .......... ttiitiir n piii irevrrv doiit ci wmuu get out of their way and let them direct it all. As you look upon them ou wonder how tho "LoiM got on without them lwforo they came and how he will get on without th'-iwhen thoy go. 7.WiiomJ Jteli'itom MISS SALLIE HARRISON, Purefinlnt Kurmerir ol SinfotJ, b oixd4 Cluclnnatl, aid ill unlm to ber at 127 Aireorr mraonal nJ tirompt Weammatroot, l I dtm will iiwlt a tpx'slty of Drraa Allonlton. (lo.t, tint will l ofdm fur Purnllurv, Tben nD'llii (art ervrjlblni; una euula nlh pairooageol toe ladlpa ol Itili auction MpfciaJI jho.x. rKSKius lUouiliaD, Kr , May, U47 10 loloriu their tnany Albright .1 Mtrlln t friend' and ctiitmn'raut icaanc in Brat nun. rrlf olleltt-- """tf flMthobiKnaaliatrtat prlrw tor aame W are added aouia new luathluary 10 our corn meal department and einnu" uial" Ml tt lull any by any otto-- Mill In It an llneol dprln and tbiarltiutlyC4unot rylisii UUI Id our Itjur an I lain JIIt We Buuimpr Mllllnerr, liiclii'llnj all All harlni riln In our line uiral department. (or Jle will (.! rail at Mill, wner our e;tnt The Latest Noveltios of the Season. cau tefo4Ud at all tuu , h will ulm Uie pttcxlururue Hrai d and rlilp amrT alwaya In . 11". .V. VIHIH. AH Alxi Nollooa, iucIi aa Hatxikfrrhled. Uollari alotk. M tf riHiuurii 1. nirr uhvwi You and Cufl Butl(, Mc Hint Kuctiln, ratol by will flnl inn at ttm rtna latelr Us' Wirnm, nun ' r i tli )lrri lluux. tHI,IyIIVKItV. eiul Tne new flrm hora riot only to tuilaln the To tho Citison of Liuooln County: of Ibeold, but Inieol. Xo laaanniany In the iiiaiiuf.clure ol tubaroi wbHD a.Bne Itoller Mill l.i tlaln racrntlf . Wa will Im in the Intereal ai Xir will thetowaot Mtnfird trat w lelyI any Mill ti deolrip" al alltDtluO toour Natural !af brandi Kjual Inquallly vr fliir, wi ibloa ha clllatia el put Thank'ha tbeojumr ahiuld bare ciuniy prlda 1 ou(b to of Kenlilikj". bi leafuuatluviallim oftOu tot Ual your laTura and a.kUit lir a "lib 10 patronlie and autlalu the ni lUiiMftfuily tour., wtteuialn wboiu It may cuaccra Ibil we ar la the 5 dm JIAllTIV Jh 1'Kltlii.XH. arket to buy your wheat and corn and will "V iu 11 MAItTIX iV PKIIKI.N. & t,alrl r DR. S.C.DAVIS. Physician ami Surgeon, Mt. Vornon, Ky. lv 0.ru, . UMin way.toprivcntyfluraiIjr(,n from quarreling over your jmssi'ssious after y'l Jjeriilil. A ooon KATE ltVlHtKIt 4 II f AiTTEE'O CHICKEN lrc ala 7 1.-- Offlre neit dftor to Whllrkesd'i (iriif Htore irnliull jlren l il(.ea-- t ol chlidrel' tf havo left tliem. Is to gtvo them your money ll the rinrvnen I hKTK twiurfht now, and the best place to put It for safety, th rUht o W.intt'rf M'i'iiliieand aiu now iriMr.l til fufnlili protlt and pleusu-c- - Is uito thoir heads. Uivo All wboiuaf wlih 10 aTM thtlr cloinn frui the them a good, sound, practical rdueatlon. and ubblu and tenriiiiC inelden to thmill pr nccmil they will ha e a valuab'e proport v, out of tho wiublug Take uu sill trjr It ami bo ciinlntrd. you rearh of thfi shonff or the tax gatherer. Hut I'll not worry ua itwiit IhiId uiilm jrou aro , tolla inrrlla. educate for utility, and if yoar child mi want fully TnouiilMMlcned. bailni; mrc'iawsl the Kliirencfl paint, putty nnd vnminhof mlturo" Wiutiliii! Marnlne, and turr a thorough trial, we tho let that coinc after tho frame work is solidly late pIcwmhh In .UIn our trKllhiouy aa to In ' ' proiumce It n rue-c(jrth, ami Hllhoul built up. lucTrry particular, doing all thai It claimed Yoino man. whon you seo a young lady for H Dr 1'ourn, Win rAiighrtj, J W Wallar-pwho lies abed lato in tho morning; who A. C flno, Hill i'irilua lets the sun indulge hi familiarities with Mtk. rt. 1 haltr, I.Tnn, I. 1. Dawaou, ( VatiDoy, Dtldilcrar, J K. her for fear it will :ijuw her complexion; Mra. Amanda I'eak. Ororire IVyton, Alrx Hoi 1 who never washes dishes or does other doaw, C 0. KleM, All-- t ( Mild'O, "I11I lUluei, it mestic work lor fear it will imjwir the soft- K. Harrow, A. M. Keland and man other 31. E El HIS, ness of her hands; whoso only exercio Is IIo.nIiiinrlcir al ti.B. M'ra' aloro. iu iK'Iaboriii'' the kejs of 11 piano; when you see n lady with theso characteristics, whoso cheeks havo tho bloom of tho rose, nnd lips with the ripe, ruddy glowof health, just remembar tho familiar legend of spring cleaning, "Look out for paint!" reliable Nnreery Stock tor Mitl-Stj r Florence Washing Machine. It MT VKRNON, KY. Thtiold and .11. n Cholera Cure! Uotel I tilll main-".thin- g line reputation Cbarnea reaionablr special ntlenilou to the traveling public. i: SEMHUIH, Ml Vernon, Ky I'ro'r. Lli L.&N. v Louisvillo & Nashville R. R. 1111 111r.ii THROUUIITKUNK LINK TO TH H wa.vtki), 11 $W, DOMESTIC it becomes smo'ty. MENTION. oar To solicit onlera (iood ealary aud txieuaoa SOUTH & WEST T h o s a n d s of dollars worth of chickens die every year from ("hoi era. It is more fata! to chickens than nil other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that fs sitirtly cures it has been made, nnd to be convinced of its ofhency only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle ih enough for It is one hundred chickens. of If, after using a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly atisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ("holer:, return it to the undersigned and vonr money vill be refunded. 11 ciuir-antee- d two-thirds Gju;r. tho griddlo with fresh lard whon iatluau, 267-- 1 BUjrilltPd. Addrca tit or CoiiiiuImIuii at once, ITU II XEI.lt .V" HO it I'A M'i Mir.;ryiiien. Mo ,1 Pullman Palace Sleepers. LoiiInvIIIv Allimlu, to rVilnlivUUs .tluiiiplilN, re A smai.1. quantity of borax boiltxl In tho granito kettle will cleanso It. Ik- tho lamp burner becomes clogged, boil it a fow minutes in water containing washing soda. Walls may bo prepared for papering by a wash tnadeiof ono' quarter pound gluo to . . y mjmmm-irm-twumwmwamama- - - j tHICACO KT .lloniUtiiuurj', -- C)Li0l)ISVIlll NIWAtflAKTS ,U- - a' gallon of water. The inoisUiiir of ' MoliiU; and ctvirl(iinH. 1.1I.U Itoclt. ...-.-- -- . . 1 .. l kltohon.'created by tho vapors from tho bottles, is tho best for house plants. Tub iron Miould never be applied to knitted underclothing. Dry by fastening at tho proper tension to n clean surface. A stMi'J.u remedy for sleeplessness in babes is to lay 'uilotln rung cut of warm water over the head, covering tho eves and oars. Vaunim: can bo romovoil from furiiituro with a solution of eight pounds sal soda to a gjilloji pf water. This Is to bo applied with a jiruuh nniT allowed to stund for it shot t time, thon scrubbed on. Ciiimiiikn rCquiro nroro sleep than grown folks and hhould rctiro earlier, and for tho saina reason inow.leulenoy might bo incising, hut touch" them to bo punctual In observing certain" honrs, nnd not only will much time and labor bo wived to the overworked mother of a largo family, hut you will have taught your children habits which will lasMhrough life. Tne best way in which to clean hair brushes is with spirits of nmmonln, ns Its effect Is inimcdiato. No rubbing is required, nnd cold water can bo used just as successfully us warm. Tuko a tcasjwonful of to u quart of water, dip tho hair part of tho brush without wotting tho Ivory, nnd in a moment tho grenso is romoved; thon rlnso In cold water, shako well, and dry In tho air, but not In tho sun. tho" am-mon- la NEW FAST MAIL LKAVI.NO liOTII Only one ehnnijr to'potnti In LOUIS Vll. 1.12 : CI.VsJl.V.VATI 10 IravelurH Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS IViaim; Iiomea on thn Hint or thl road will rerrlrt nirdal ratca. aroo Amenta ol 1I1I CoinpAny lor rntpa, route Ac., or wrllH C. P. ATMOKK, Dally, accurca Tor sale by Mctlolierti A PlaSTC Stanford. THE MOST HMD SERVICE lietwccn tlieitreit uiiuuhtiUI llii'OliI Hirer nud (hlcitfjtt, aud licme tlie (anient tlmn nnd liu' oouirnrtkhla tmin , or to IIih I !' f all pjlnu in the rhocoimto part of tfiia train aud denuiaiudiisi The .lii'lt- nn all trunk lluta li I'll .'.l'JII'1'HK. IhoalllsT'irO llll l 'CK WU t'lll- ploy Uv.winliona I 'iiUnt MYERS HOTEL, STAHFORD. KV. E. H. BUKNSIDE, PropT (. i'.Af.A.. liillavllln, Ky ."ortlnrrst Grjul Combination THE -- you will find our iluio tabic nnd tlttpta. hy .Wo-(io- n, kji JionoH aud atnk to Jlumm, If you Maultoi!uo iiiunoy and b.ireu pIhhwiiii Jour- tt4JAtalU'iiKm'llcket lt'tl Coui'irt.poulh This Old and Woll - Known OUlciu ttia 111 ney. Uoncrsl Taaniigcr AKnl. Cnnago. City Ticket ARentianilOfUicrs: K. A. Huhchkh,, 237. Ith Atu.. Louisville, Ky. O 12a Vine at , t'lnclnn.itl, I. M; ToaBKNi-K- l.O.MrCOiMI0K Hotel Still JLA"aintaiii3 its Hign Reputation, AHD JOURNAL And the l.onleTillc Iti Proprietor it Determined thn Weekly Courier - Journal bo docoiid to no Country it 8h&ll Hotel in the State in its Fart, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Queitt Pne year for only, ij:i-t- wo piira for little more than tho price of one. By paying ua 13 you will reoelro for one year your home paper with tho l, the rcpreaeniatlTenewipaperof the South, for refenue only, and the beat, brUhteit and abloit family weekly In the United ruatee. Thoao who doalre to examine a aamplt copy of the can do to at thli office. Courier-Journademocrat-IciiiidforatarCourier-Journ- WALTON'S OPERA BTaNFOHD, ky. HOUSE, WALTON BROS. - - Proprlotos. llaiKRe yvee or Bit of Stage, 20x80. Eight complete acta of ficen, ery, Heatlnn capacity, Including gallery, ratoi to good attractlooa. will be tonrejed to and from t be Jr ccunimutiBk.ua. cnarRe. nneriai to Commercial Traielera. The liar will alwaja aupplled with the eholeeil braadi of Llqiori and Clean. I 7t . rv . . " . t .;? .... .Jlu..J & .