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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887120601 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. Slew VOL. XVI. Mjumpk Mi Imtefiitt Imtftml STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1887. NO. 287. A.L1VCOST Could not Tumble Down from a ANOTHER TIRA QEDIT ! Fifty-fee- A LIGHTNING EXPRESS TRAIN t Since the Announcement of CLOSING OUT STOCK on account of change of business by January 1st, 1888. While Competitors may wonder, study and dislike this FORCED SALE, the people will have the benefit of buying goods cost, but actual cost, and for a song. Bear in mind that every article in the entire stock at cost, and not that at such slaughtering prices. CASH only buys the goods. No credit; no Charges made during this FORCED SALE Do not lose time; buy while the stock is not broken. so-call- ed HOUSE OF bt Embankment with More Rapidity than the Prices have Tumbled at the 3D J-Z- jL SS LINCOLN COUNTY. D. KLiLSS. provided with that antidote to wearin the fl iwing fountains, the town "something to read." But when daylight authorities have dug great tankt or uocov. gave out and we found oursswvee at Mat ered cisterns, where the water ia gathered, don Junction watting for another accommo- in part, for other uea extinguishing fire dation that had failed to connect, in conee- - sprinkling, house, cleaning, stock watering, - .qaence 01 oroa.B uuwu v, A capital idea. CTD gram from Aberdeen miorming u. a M KAaVillHo-kfMta- A im uuM n Ajf ' w.a in the ahop being ba.tily repaired, but u . . "i 1.1 k. 1 . ;. " '",,""n .i.k. , "' "' 00 certainty m 10 wnen 11 wou.u u. m. ...... rather aj ill lot, incessantly "chaffiog" ed. we were rather nonplused. Howbeit, each other and not troubled with bashful- firet-m- ede j we attended to the first thing -i a j -- u .i ., ., .. ki.i. """" .... .u u. .u- - ..ppncauon .0 one We have about 20 altogether, era at Muldon for aupper; and pending the and they make thinga lively about feeding cooking of It made on. or two pleasant. quaintancea. W. had, after tied otiree vea at the aUtlon waiting room B-s-ide and the "New South" will have to adapt lis ' preacher, " gemrou to the lat and dis- wishes and a full home architecture to the altered circum-Mne- r. tinned me wtth puioe I wondfr if it had anything to do ilh hi after prxprilv. I like to think Aberdern, too, i famou for it arte-ia- n QOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELBE well. Not to apeak of one of wondrou it I waa nothing to him, hut he was gool tl iw at the Illinois Ontral work.hni, to me, a strnngjr in a strange land. I l'lCA-lHi- a JJOILI). which spout an apocryphal number of gal beard that he died, tn a goo 1 old Me, n, AiiEKDr.rN, Minn , N v 2S 18-- 7 Ion per hour; there are no I cm than four millionaire lis deervei succe', God Dr.All INTERIOR: Tie cnnxthr nrrtbcmh of inferior volume, dotting the main afreet bless him A good many thomanl of tbee lumberfilled dip f.ir few day and uiy pen ha at regular interval, guhing crystal, by the day and night and utterly unnflected by ing biles of cotton I have handled in my. been UM by till ihli 10th day nine dale rf U17 last. Let U)i bring up thin dec- drouth of any character, however severe tla.r; nd how familiarly the word I hear ide of days, and disastrous to minor rouca of water everv day sound to me. I think I coulil "middling," discriminate Aberdeen--! reached from Tupelo vi the supply. What a type of a consistent chri yet between M. A 0 lo Muldon Junclioi ; thence by n tian' Not an intermittent eprini; or unre "good middling," "fair" and "middling brunch connecting the citr with the liable geyser, at one one moment going up fair" a in the old snipping days. Aberdeen, on riiturday, t a "sigh'." AM main artery of trade and travel. By the in a a pout of and the next a dry na IslolJanuary another anon urancn 01 1. du'; nor yet a stream whose source wilt Africa breaks looe. Male and female, old milee will tap the K C M. A B. o that Btul utom fMbe when tha ,, bfa, fierMy and young, little and big, swarm ipto town, some to do tnelr weekly shopping; some to there will be a choice of eilla am! enlrano I ,nd omf. nof eTen ,he ,t,unj10, m. We were from VI 30 till l 30 making who.s otherwise treasure tuust be painful-thii- le gossip; all to see and be seen. 8uch eccen then M miles. Bo much for "ac T ifled to be enjoyed; but the c.a.elee tricities of head gear and clothing; such good fellowship all around; such commodation" trains, wuicn, in me i.n fljWf M ..MetdfMt , lhe Um from a rollicking explosions of roaring laughter on every I ol hyperbole uim or our 010 inrou founi0 ,h tillage run, tj, and never ra "Nath'wouMbe-oTer-hetirauininant(1),tppo.Mtli com8 mbn w(j m Dm hand, one would think a circus, at least ' had come to town; or that a "fettible" was. to water." tte pretty well Knew wnai 10 Qod, by Thy sweet grace make tue an r in progre; or some other extraordinary oc 'H , when we started out and were exrwet christian evermore' Ameu1 GEORGE O. BARNES THK GARHARO COUNT DEPARTMENT. Luncititer, Mr. IIirrion Hitt,an agel gentleman of this county, was burled here on Fri- day The new firm of Lilian! A Elkin is through invoicing and is ready for busi- ness Town Marsh il Ribert Himllton had a lively and etching chtse after a man who fired a pistol on the streets the other night. II ctught him at the toll gate and returned with him in triumph. Sam Hirri dentet the charge that be sleeps during buiness hours. He says he is as willing to gobble up a nimble shilling as anybody and that the rattle of a stand-ar- d dollar will make htm leap like a yourg zl mti panther. teian" . .... '. 1 c-- 1 ,, , " a tm tm a "" -- ' m ... i..j... ...!... "i". """""; ' 'J of our ocomot ve'a whlatle waa heard on the "Branch" and our accommodation No. 2 came thundering down the track. There waa much backward and forward ahunllngof freight caw; much ahoutlng in the darkneM and waving of lantern; and then our return train waa "made up" and we were ( fl to Aberdeen. Our good friend Gen. Finley had left a trunty pewon to nee ua aafely to our boarding bouitt, haying hlmielf been at the ta lion to welcome u, at the schedule hour; bul learning the uncertainly of the train' arrival had Bonn back to hia hotel. We were eoon In comfortable apartments and went promptly to bed. I may juat ay that the engine on the Branch don't break down every day, and our long detention waa rather exceptional. Still Muldon June tion i not without ita terror for the goner I traveling public, aa a place of frequent, weary walling. Aberdeen is also the ter minus of a branch of the Illinois Central, which, crowing the M. A O. at Weel Point, run on past our dear old Koaciuaco and joins the parent road at Durint. 80 much and loo much for lhe geography of our position. In olden time this little cllr did all Ua trading with Mobile, by way of lhe Tom bigbee, which runs, a black and sullen atream, between high banks, juat outside the lown. This now almost deserted water way has seen the day when 20 goodly steam boats at a time thrust their nose Into her eandy bluff, walling for their loads of col ton. Aberdeen, for long, has been a good inland market for the reigning staple; and all tho way from 25,000 to 150,000 are annu-allbought and said at this point. A ittaggling, rather untidy place it Is, with prelly villa and cottage fringing the auburbs in every direction, and occasionalante bellum ly one of the of lhe 8outhern "quality," with mansions stately Corinthian columns running to the tall eivea and inner balconies at the and central door. I like windows hospitable tbem much, with their roomy, look; but they are regular women killers, vanish-- d and need the abundant "help" of a to keep them up. So they will regime old folk have to go, with all the rest, that to relinquish of thia latitude find it hard y y or . pai.eai '" I wfked half to death juat now, it being the bualeat aeaaon of the hole year. HH For Ktn Cjtton ia making his trium. phal entry into all the towns and cities o' hia dominion. Men bow down and worship a he come. Hli retinue ia endle. The eorpi de Afrique forms his body guard; mules ad infinitum re his beasts of burden; the ''city father" with ostentatious loyalty go forth to meet him, lay the kf ys of authority at hia feet and swear undying fealty; when he lifts his head they shout for joy; when his royal cranium droop, they beat their breasts for grief. He keeps "bulla" and "bears" to enliven his court with their autlc; and altogether, is a jovial old tyrant, who enriches his favorites and consigns his other kind to dungeons and heartbreak, very much like other jally tyrants, the old world over. If men will, like of old, have a king, other (ban the LORD, Ijdon't know but what King Cotton is as respectable a one as they could choose. I know he is a long way better than King Alcohol and others I wot of. As I see the long rows of bale at the various "sheds" here; the well koowntclick of recognize the perspiring the cotton-scale- ; sampler, with his long gimlet searching for the "true inwardneiu"of the staple, whethor no; and mark the er it be lines of drays, each with the orthodox ft. bale load, wending their way to the com- pre; I am vividly bourne back 40 years to the time when I was a clerk in a cotton house in Savannah, Georgia, doing this very work classifying, marking, weighing, shipping; scorched by a burning sun; sweltering under the high bluff of the river, where the four story ware houses shut off every breath of air; in the neverto be-f- or gotten days when "Jupiter," a comely mulatto, was one sampler; and Cornelius blackest of niggers was the other; and Jim Riley, our Irish drayman and factotum, patient in labor and quick, like his race, in repartee. How it all comes back to nit I My first "boas" waa and imperious a terror to his clerks though a sort of man when you got under the crust. My second treated me with great klndne's and altbo' sorely put out when I left btm to become a Irel "false-packed- " high-temper- ed good-heart- Mr. A. H. Lefevre, of Cincinnati, spert Sunday in town. Mis Jennie Moore, of Lower Grrard. is visiting Mis Mamie Curry. Uncle Billy Noel is a little better monthly meetthan last week. The ing of the Children's Missionary Sictety was held at the Christian church on Sunday afternoon. caslon bad brought tbem out. Nine of Openjnos. On December lbee. It i the normal Saturday afternoon 7th, Houdat I will as uual, have my annual Holof Aberdeen. iday opening. Larger stock of Flush and I am grieved to add, the old town ia Fiocy Goods, endle variety of books frtm drowned in strong drink Saloons every 1c to $10 each and large stock of Diafew step But the new law keep things ' monds, Jewelry, Ac, at lower prices than in wonderful order, coniidering the tempta can be bought elsewhere. J. C. Thomptionv to rio', and one see, little drunkenson, Lancaster. ness on the streets. The ertertainment at Mr. Altx DenOur meetings are held in the court house, ny's, to the Lancaster Social Club, waa up I which ha a verv spacious audience hall, fully to and even aurpaued the fondest ex with a ctpicity of 1,000, I should say. Cir pectations. The universal verdict was, "It cuit Court is In sesion and will outlast the was one of the nicest affairs yet." Mrs. meeting or clo at about the same time Denny and her two handome daughters next Friday. Krerv courtesy is shown u did the honors of the event and that ac is in at ' by the officers of Court and the bar counts for the elegance of the sffir. Your tendance, as the busy lawyers cin find time ' correspondent wa not forgotten and ac to come. knowledges with thanks the reception of manllnn It! ITr ilh.ir' rtm'l f'.IJ some of the good things of the occasion. am I in latitude 33s something actually "Well, I am glad to find you awake." crouching in front of a blazing coil fire for ' said a lady on entering the store of G, D warmth, with fingers so benumbed with Burdett A C , the other day. "I must tell cold that I write as if cramped, and the outyou the joke," she said. "A lady friend of side world froz-- n litl'. What it is in les mine told me that she loved to come to favored climes I shudder to think. And Thanksgiving! What will it your store, but she always found you or this iust after your clerks asleep.1' Ia reply to this be by Cbrislnm? I bear of damage by charge we will aav that ourelve and our freezing to the gathered sugar cane in Ter clerk have awakened from our Rip Van re Bonne to the extent of 15 and 20 per Winkle lethargy and are fresh and eager is unexampled for this end of cent , which to show our wares and sell cheap for caah. the grinding season. Who can doubt the D. Burdetl A C). devil being at the helm after this awful Respt , G. ; or drouth, and now this untimely fretz Baby Bindley. The Little Rock that he is trying to wreck this poor world savs Miss Bindley and her troupe, br thus alternately steering it from arctic which recently played there, "kept the au I to torrid? Or who, in bis senses, will not dience in hearty good humor all the evencry out tor the ueaveniy x'lioi to come ing. Miss Bindley sings nicely, dance back and save us from impending ruin? splendidly, and Is cute and catching in er Come, deir LOUD JESUS, come back! ery bit of her acting. She is an excellent "Out of the eater the LORD brings meat; as her performance in the last act out of the strong sweetness" The early Her costumes were very demonstrated. frost will "work together for good" to kilt pretty and neat, ani her graceful dance the yellow fever in Florida. Praise the took the house by storm. Too much can LORD for this mercy drop in the cup of not be said in praie 0' the acting of Mr. bitterness and loss. Thank God, there is Turner, as Dr Knobs. In hia part was enough of faith left on earth to keep the the drollery of the play, and he whole eitiblishment from going to instant was th favorite, next to Miss Bindley, and decay and rottenness. Little does the poor he gave entire satisfaction in his performworld know to whom, under God, it is in- ance of a difficult role." At Walton's Op It debted for temporary, era House next Friday. 9th. knows not its earthly Saviors, became it knew not It heavsnly Savior, when He "Oh! Farmer Robinson, you are just the was here. Oae day the curtain will lift man I want to see. How's cider thia year?" and all shall be known "the salt of earth;" "Wall, I ain't makin' no cider this year. "the light of the world," aa well aa the It'a against my prohibition principles." "god of this age;" and "the prince of the ''But I've always depended on you for a power of the air." God help us all! What supply." "That's all right. Neighbor There is noth Jones is grinding my apples to halves thia a befogged set we are! ing like printer's ink after all George has year. His mill is a better one than mine, come up with those wrap! She left them anyhow. You want 'bout two barels this in Somerset, which happened to be the on- year?" ly possible place to which ahe bad not writThere is one thing the Legislature can What a dev very easily do thia winter. That ia to proten about them. Of coarse. il he is, at worrying people in a small way, vide for the monthly payment of common as well aa crushing planet: school teachers, thus protecting this poorly Geo. O. Barnes. Ever in Jesus, remunerated class from the money-lendin- g One of our beat farmers yesterday re- sharks who make a living by shaving their marked to a reporter than in nine oases out claims for them. Owensboro Messenger of ten Ganter'a Chicken Cholera Cure will Winchester is putting $9,010 worth of stop that dreaded disease. It ia warranted repairs on her court-housto cure. Sold by McRoberta A Stagg, 2t I I ! I I ! Ga-ztt- te ma-slala- n, d semi-securite. Prohibition and Temperance. The potoffioe has been remove! to the ultimate result of the recent elections in firmer Crow propertv on the Dinvil'e .Atlanta will pnpably be a gain to the caufe ol temperance. For two years past a treet. I Risers was ctlled away prohibitory Inw has been 'in force in that Elder John city and it has proved a failure. It was from his meeting here, nn Friday night, to carried out according not only lo the letter Utend the funeral of his father. of the law, but to the spirit of those who I was deeply interested in the lively instigated it, and yet drunkenness waa not appearance of Fridiv's isue of the Interi or Journal and especially in the graphic prevented. It was impossible to obtais wine even fcr sacramental or medical pur. and pathetic editorial settingforth the vicisposes without vinhtlng the law, but large situde attending the planting and training quantities of liquor were brought in everyof the monster pre. Well as I know the day from neighboring towns and surreptiindomitable patience, the imperturbable tiously sold. -- Boston Post coolne. and the unassuming piety of th,e proprietor, I nevertheless feel warranted in The use of oil by veasels at sea for sooth -declaring that I am glad I was not there. thing the waves in time of storm, appears Pleae record me a ready to sign a peti- to be on the point of very extended and practical application tion for a pension for Killer. 'Sea p. pliancea for the distribution of the oil haya Mrs. George Alford is in a critical con vltion from cancer. J. R Napier waa been pateoted both at home and abroad, standing on the railroad track at Moreland, which are used by cattle carrying steamers a few days since, when a supercilious train and some other vessels, while a special oil insisted on the right of way. Jim claimed is now manufactured for the purpoee. on the plea of but as the train The forest lands of the United State, continued to advance, he magnanimously excluding Alaska, embrace 500,000,000 yielded his right, jnu as the cow catcher acres, or 23 per cent, of the entire are. was about touudermine his pedestals. This The farmers own about 38 per cent, of the was better than a p)t mortem suit for dam foreat area, or some 185,000,000 acree-Th- e ages. Dr. Brown ia at preent the victim of rest is owned by railroad operatiotie, rheumatism; let M. C. fluflv be careful; mine owners, charcoal burners, tan aerie there is a retribution in this thing. lumbermen and epctatora. Nearly all the school in the county The callous philueopner who haa MTtjr have closed out. The unusually fioe weather has been a striking illustration of the experienced the joy a man feels when a proverb about "tempering the wiod to the tries to kiss a girl in the dark and gets shorn lamb." Afier close examination it is stabbed in the eye with her noae baa bo business to express an opinion about kisa-inmy candid conviction that earth ha noth Are our mouths merely holea for pie? ing so tenacious of life, nor sj addicted to outliving it Soil ience, a a country school We think not. -- Truth. home. The great majirlty of ours are, not The world's supply of red cedar nsed ia strictly a standing, but a tottering dis- the manufacture of lead pencils is derived grace to the county. Yet with this enerfrom the swamps of Cedar Keys, Fla. Tha vating disadvantage we have hai during product of the mills there is shipped sot the year be'ter teachers, better schools and only to Northern but to European factoriea. better work than formerly. A few dis- The industry gives employment to hue-dretricts have caught the spirit of improveof operative. ment and erected and futalshei houtm A lady in Dillon, Ga , u the poeeeeeor of worthy a christian people. With the permission of the editor I propose to furnish a breastpin containing a lock of hair which, aoon a list of tho'e who have put forth no- grew on Washington's head. There are eo many locka of Washington's hair etill in ble etlorts, also those who seem lo ba aim ply trusting to Providence; and also thoan existence that it is not surprising that all who seem to be letting the wiole thing go his portraits show him wearing a powdered well, I don't know to whom! The q tes wig. tion of education i becoming the live ques A Bwton man who makes raspberry jam tion of the day in Kentucky. It is excitfor a living ia authority for the statement ing more attention now than at anv former that "we don't uss anv raspberries at all ia period. Let no scofier, however, insinuate making the jam " What he doea use, it thai because the next State Teachers' Aso-ciatiappears, are tomatoes, glucose, bar seed and is to be held at the Mammoth Caye, "a little prepared raspberry flavor " that we are running the thing into the Old Lady (on her way to church) "Do grourd. you not know, little boys, that it is wicked A peculiarly horrible tragedy is re to piny ball on Sunday?" Little Boy ported from Dirlington, S C Fred El "We ain't playin'; we're only practicln for wards got mad with hi wife for interfering ter morrow's game." -- New York Sun. while he was punishing one of the children Buckens's Arnica Salve when he knocked her down and beat her The beat lalro In the world for Cuts, Bruises, son tried to stop him but Tneir IS year-olSorea, Ulcen, 8alt Kheum, Ferer Soroe, TatUr. be threw an ax at the boy and continued to Chapped Hanilf,Chllblalni, Corns, and all Skin beat the woman. The biy then fired at Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay rehis father, but tho discharge took eflect in quired. It la guaranteed to glre perfect satisfacor the bowels of hia mother instead, and ahe tion,Bale money refunded. Price, 15 cenU per boa . For by A. U. Penny, Stanford, Ky. died in half an hour, exonerating her aon Wonderful Cures. with her last breath. W. D. HojrtACo., Wholesale and Betall Druj-glst- s, Mrs. Nellie Wetherel, the actress, has Rome, Ga., say: Wahars been selling Dr. had a foot amputated ingXew York. The King's New Discorery, Electric Bitten and Buck-len- 's Arnica Halve lor tour years. IIae nsrnr surgical operation waa rendered necessary handled remedies that sell as well, or give such, by the formation of a cancer caused by a universal satisfaction. There have been soma careless attempt to remoye a bunion from wonderful cures erlected by tbeie niedlclona ia this city. Sereral cases of pronounced cooauraaw ber heel three years ago. At 8cranton, Pa., Mrs. John Evans tion bare been entirely curel by use of a tew botold child's head to tles of Dr. King's New Dlscorsry, Uken In conchopped her fire-yenection with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them pieces with a hatchet, afterwards attemptalways. Sold by A. R. Penny, Btanford, Ky. ing to kill her little daughter, only being Personal, prevented by the timely arrival of her Mr. N. II . Frobllcbstein, of Mobile, Ala.,wrlta: neighbors. I take great pleasure in recommending HUSTONVILLE, -- Our puoo, 1 g! Js on d ar Nearly a thousand millions of the human race are yet without the (gospel; vast districts are wholly unoccupied. 80 few are the laborers that, if equally diyiding responsibility, each must care for one thousand souls. And yet there ia abundance of both men and meana in the church to give the Gospel to every living soul before thia century clof. -- Christian Advocate. New Discovery for Consumptloc, having mod It for a severe attack of Bronchitis and Catarrh. It gave me Instant relief and entirely cured me aad Iharenotbeenamicted since, labobeg toaUta that I had tried other remedies with no gooi result. Hate also uied Electric Bitters and Dr. King's New Life PllU, both of which I can receoi-men- d. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Cold a Is sold on a positive guarantee- -. Trial bottle at A. It. Penny's Drug Store. Dr. King's .iiiiwui' a II II ll "1 Mr Boee, of II trrodsbnrg, will toon Jscc Richardson, of Fayette county, JcixiR Morrow rendered a decision in lightning rod at Sonierret Friday had bis eyes put out bv the explosion of a open a drug eto'e at Shelby City. He it a that will t4 hailod with delignt by the tin c rtrid e, woien he wig endeavoring to re ton in law of Dr. George Hunn, also if Shelby City. MKUCHANT TAILOR, upecting farmer, wo ha been induced move Irom a Winchester rifle. December 6 'K7 to eirfn h SUatord, Kv- None who participate! in the "CrownIn a collision between freight trains written emtrset for a rod to be at Fraoklin, Fireman Gorman was killed ing of the Queen of Fame,'' last Tuesday plced ii mm bin house br the specious I hat received and itlll recelvtnt tongned agent. Tne and Engineer Frnwirn seriously scalded. night, gave more viluab le assistance or ren of an oilv W. P. WALTON. dered her part with mire grace than Miss plan In to go to farmer and represent that The engines wereterrib y wrecked -- Osrensb iro sill! red a $2".000 fire Fri-tULittle Fsrris, of Stanford, who acted as it will only take a certain numb-t- r of feel 9 d THE PRESIOENrS MESSAGE. It started to II. D. Mclleory's ware- "Wreath Bearer," Tne ladles who manng He will sie him tn rod a building. Ven-ab- le ed tbe affair highly appreciated her a ssvertl otners of the sin Hint required for it if he house and ciosuin-Comprising tbe beat In the market, which will be In order lo cttcti (tie regular niuht mails & McJohnstnn lost 340 tops of hay. sistance and vnur correspondent regrets will pay hiui 67J cents for the balance, QottoD Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to JJono in Cltyor Country issue of the Intkhi Ine first minion if this At Alamoso, UjI., a tramp raped a that through an oversight he failed to men whtcn he U'Unily figures at $10 to Sib oh JOEJiNAJ. hid to go lo prec before tbe The farmer thinks this is as good a thing as white girl and In lss than hour afterwards tion her ami her very credlub e perform Give Me h Trlnl. .President's Me'sage, which w delivered he wsnt and igos a csn'ract waiving all he was yielding up his life at tbe end "f a ante rope. Mr. K. S. Rissell, di.trict deputy ol loCoirreM yesterdtr, was received. The Verbil representations no pv C7J cents h The United Slates Senatorial contests Centr.l Lidge. Ni. 8 I. O G. T., enter a cer'nin number of feet. fo)t for all over corn edition will c ntalo it, however, and are four in number -- New Jersey, Califor- tamed a nu uher of tns brel'ireii with a When the rod put up it is f iind to m lire nia, Indiana and West Virginia It is prom most elegant supper on Thursday evening, Iboee of our uhcrilra wio do not i;et it several titnv as manv feet as represented ised to be a nasty aid Tnoss urei-eti- t were Mers. P A, Marks, with their piper, will nceivo it in the The lightoing man then make- - out bis bill, fight. 8.8 Frv.A S. McGrortv, Smith, woich sometimes runs up into the hundreds bpeof an "extra" in dar. We Eihn and Kibert Pugb, who raped W W. Smtlev, B J Durham, Go, Tuck o' dollar and the por dupe nas to foot it an print everf thine fiat' Kointr and before it girl in Fleming last sumII year-ol- d or stand a law suit, whica he is asur mer, were sent to the peniientiary for 10 er. Louis Oohn, James McGratb, R. G few tine to cool at that. Dunn, R. W. Htlaai , Walter Simpson, In the ed will certainly go against him years each pretty light puoitmuent we W. H. King. ca--e before Judge Morrow one Hawks, of The desiocrata of the National House should ay. Mr. J O: G een, for several months 'Laid cancua for the noramatioca of officer Lexington, barf sued a Mr. Campbell under The police force of Nicbolaeville, got connected with tbe management of the of tba body, Saturday niuht, and for the a atate of circumstances given abive. The on drank and demolished several bar- Gilcher House, led Friday for hit former third tine honored John Griffii Carlisle iulge decided in fvor of the defendant and rooms. Tbe chief wan among the number During his r with the nomination of Speaker, which of suit: "i unuerstana tnis contract to oe and seemed anxious to be foremost in the home in Gallepolis, Ohio. idenoe In Danville Mr. Greeo toad many tourw it juivalent to election. 0 ily four one, part of whim is written and part ver demolition. Iriends, who sincerely regret bit departure elber aaen in tie history the ountrj bare bal, and plaintiff is a much bjnnd by his President Grevy. of tne French Reptib-li- e, Mr. Lee Caldwell leaves to day, Monday, verbal promises a bv his written contract. wjifed tuoh distinction and oolv two ban been forced to reign and for hit home at Ftrt Awinaboine, Mon keld tbe office lonjer than thre- term Oae Independent of this fraud of tie moat ptl has been elected in hi- - stead. Tbe French pable kind, is the inducement to the coo- people, always excitable, are mncn aroused tana. Rev, Henry McDonald, of Atlanta, of Um Utter was that itrsat f rmer pastor of tha Bsptisl church,. here, .Henry City, who wm Speaker for Sye term; tract and it cannot be npaeld in law." A and civil war may follow wat in town last week. waa An Jre Strpheoson, of Vir number of Lincoln county farmers have the other Adjutant General liill hasrejign-- d the Mr. Edward Waller, who has been ill gkuft, who vim Speaker fir fjor terra. la been caught like the Pjlaki farmer, but office of Senator from tbe eighth district fir sometime past, died Friday night'vt Ihe they bve usually paid after kicking a good ItMtpeecri thanking Ihe caucus for the and an election has been ordered for the soaainttion, Mr Carlisle aaid: 'It i of deal, in prefer nee to totng to law. It is 221 to fill the vacancy. Tne district is re home of hit soo-i- Uw, Mr F. C McGin- nia. Tbe funeral services were conducted the higheat impirtance th tt we should rec rcry foolish for a tnio to sign his naoi to publican by a good majority. Sunday at 1 o'clock by Rev. P T Hale, finale, if possible, all d ffirtnce of opinion a paper that he does not fully understand, W. T. Hall, a prominent farmer of and at '! were taken to !' M. the remains aBong oansetfea before engaging in the and while we usually have but little srm Harlan, was discoverei in setting fir to a Nichi I ville fur Mr. and Mrs with the common enemy, If we pathy with one who permits himself to be neighbor' propertv and it Is thought that content P. A. .darks, Mr. McGinnis and other', can agree among ouraelves on the essential so swindled with his eyes open, we have be is the author cf the many fires that have Mr. Wal went lo that place to the burial poista, we can well aflord, in view of the none at all with the swindler and are glad occurred in his n receotly. ler was formerly citv judge of N cHolaa. whenever the courts decide against them of the country, to postcritical condition Columbus Johnson, an Atlanta negro, OP- pone dtscuasion of minor mater nntil a Ojr advice is to give lightning rod men tne while Seeing from a poline officer, j impel ville and has always been regaided as an honorable msn He was a tor appropriate time." Mr, Carlisle hai cold shoulder unlaw you kno- - what yoo from a bridge 135 feet to Ihe ground below; uprighlnd grandson of John L Waller, ll e celebrated are doing. it in hit power more than any other one picked himself up and ran a oneiderable Biptist preacher tan to reconcile the difference in the par-J- y Yon are mistaken Broiuer tiull. Oir distance before being captured. JrT VERNON, ROCKCiSTLE COUNTT and it is gratifying to know 'that be it remarks on tbe failure of the prohibition State Treasurer Fitijerald, of New Uve to the importance of it. The ptrty laws were not based oa personal experi-- E B. Smith, K. VJ. mail gtnt, was York, says Hill and Cleveland are in hartoat agree on a substantial redaction of ence, as you sesm to think, hut on uberra-tio- a mony and the democracy will carry the here Monday, Itrifi and other urjiist and nnerout taxaalone. When we see drunken men in S'.ate in I8SS by 50.000 A New York Doctors from the citv nd tbe feather tion and pee a bill to that effect, or allow local option towns, the cjnclusinn is rat banker is willing to p it up $10,000 to help men are abroad in tbU land. its promise to no for naught. Toe offiors sonab'e that somebody is furnishing tbe elect Cleveland. John Pearl is now running from Lou for the other positions were all renomina whisky and that be is not doing it exzep At a cotton pick m near Delhi, in isville to Jelico as railway mail clerk . tione, with ihs exception of A. B Hurt, of for tbe profit connected with the illegal bus. Louisiana, tbe cook stuffed the turkey to COItNKIt- We hear many compliments oo the exMitaiMtppi, who defeated Donelson for ineis. We want to se all laws executed, be eerve.1 to the pickers with a poltonoue cellent get up of your lat issue a doub e after an exciting contest, in and especially do w w,h to ee tie prohicompound and 32 persons were made terrinuuibr which Breckinridge, of Arkansas, and bition Uw preyailing Lere given a fair bly sick, nine of whom died and others are "In and About" column in Sunday's Bloua , of Georgia, dmsractd tht mseltee by chance, and for that reaon we have from eipee'ed to die. 'Ctiuntr Jnnrnal has placed Lancaster in the eogaginc in a regular fiiticufl. The blind time to time cilled tbe attention of the of President Huntirg on has preptred a mounta u. -preacher, Mtlburn, will continue to pray Seers to its evident infraction So far as plan for the relief of the Coeaapeake A Me iack Geniry and Thomas McClue for the wicked body at $900 a year. The we are personally concerned prohibition Oaio Rtilroad in the exchange of tbe "B" left Sundav for Pineville to join the Rock republicans also held a caucus and nomi- lawsdo not affrct U' We never drink-wh- en bonds for four per cents with the additional ctli-- delegation ia the survevinz corps. nated candidates for the varhux positions, Hades has broken loose on Ruth creek, we can't get it. gitrantee of the Nawport Nesre & Mivm Imt aa the action wm merely complimentain the eastern part of this county about ten sippi Company. . is a paper of vnt The Courier-Journ- al ry, it is uelet to mention their names, Citizens ol 0.nha, Neb , p'eJge $60, miles from M . Vernon, as will be seen from possibilities and resource. Sunday morntave that Reed, of Maine, waa endoreid for 000 to secure the National Republic n the items below Speaker. Tne democratic nomineei were ing it found at 3 o'clock that it could not Convention. George Cable of Rush creek, was fired alretdy A committee bss accommodate its heavy advertising patronall elected Twterda. gone to Washington to look after their in- at twice Sunday night from ambush, wbile age and present tbe great amount of reading It is supposed lo New York. Brooklyn and louieyille terests. San Francisco also wants it and returning from church matter it had prepared in the sir piper it be a cae of mistaken identity, MCt'ety people are all agoc over the demaod large sum fi r the honor. will pay a so an additional sheet of 28 J. W. Mullt'ns, armed with several pat George Norman, living near New Lon of Col. Nicholas Smith, the professional had planned, nis fir ihlt wonderful gun of his, left here beauty, upon Mr. Orington, the alleged columns was ordered at that late hour and don, Mo., was bitten last summer by a drg showing 24 braid rich old cooo who married the charming th paper came out, but was not affected unlit Tuesday night, Fridav for the Est, where he will negotipages, or 16Scolumoa. It weighed about when he awoke from a dream and sild he ate for its manufacture and sale. MisiGeorgie Mai n, of the Utter city, for half a pound to the copy nnJ ron taint d Robert George, lately released from the $180, which he claims he is. out by reason Co saw Iriui'ell dying of hrdnpnnhia nder carw of Juler Arnold, had a tiht an marriage and acting a more and better matter than the full yeatV vulsions soon follow I, and after fearfu of attending the of any magazine all for 5 ccts. ihe hic eireats Saturday and with rocks beat man. Mr. O'ington s'nt a check for edition suffering he died. Truly the State aa well a? thi wnnle conn. $100 instead, returned Smith' bridtl pres About a third of the buisne prMon overcome hia adversary, who cirried a pistry should be proud of nn t nsner. til. of Eminence was destroyed bv fir Fri eat and ordered that the invitation to A two year-ol- d daughter of John City Hill and hi daughter's murines be Smith to attend Syracuse, X, Y., is all torn up over the day night. It caught in the Stoke, Skegg creek, this county, fell on a withdrawn. Smith tbereupoa wrote nefcre fact that Rev Ovid Miner, a distinguished burned all the djicot boildins. Tne or hot smoothing iron Saturday evening acd s letter to the "China shop keeper" in which Presbyteriao, who has been a most stalwart igin o' the fire is attributable to Ihe wi so bsdly burned it is not expemed to be averted that he ws neither a gentle- defender of the terrible Ctl vanislic doctrine, of Andress' trained animal showrecover. man himself nor knew how to act with get has been cnnveited to the belief tint proba men, who held forth at the hall that night An eighteen months' uld child of John tlemen. TheNewWrk papers have had tion doei not end with life. He has pubThe Interstate Commerce Commission V. Adams to the easiera portion of columns afttr columns of interviews with lished an article to prove that the accepltd has issued the fir-- annual report and it ocfell into the fire and wis hurtle I lo the two mto, which the Louisville papers beliefs are alike astray from religion and cupies 42 printed pige. It hos that the deaih SiturdiT. Tnis. is the third cue of have copied, and the matter ha occssiooed sacred history, and to mtny it i almot uu Milrod mileige of the U itte-- States is child burning reporled within the Ia1 leu Tne number of corporation a vast deal of goraip. It did not lake this answerable. This is the do:trine that 137,6S(J of them ocsured where the lit d.iyi. is 1,I2; but by Ihe consolidation tie ones circumstance to prove that Smith is a Brother Birnes presche with so much were left in tne chuge of young plau-ibl- e adventurer, who travels on his clearness and eloquence and nhich is tst or leaing of rudn the uutnher of corpora ueuiber cf tie family. beauty and live off his friend', with a hor- gruwing in popular belief. Trie hardened ttin controlling and operating as carriers Another ir.igedy occurred in thisoun ror of work and a contempt for thosp who old sinners look on and nnlv hnp it j true re I need lo 700 iCinoinnati New Orloans and Toxa Paolflo Railway.) ly Sunday, Ou Brush creek, but a short engage in honest toil. But it has brought Tne annual report of the Comp'roller distance Irom where Wallace Li"w'l krl The American i'mloiugicalts.tcety Com of the Currency shos that the to'al numLino to Xow Orloims, out the fact that the three milliuuaire, ts td Granville Adams, Fridar nighl, Bibe mittee, appoin'ed to consider "Volapuk," ber of National binks organized tip to the Sammotis the Mairss wire lid lo believe, is in reality East, Cuba, West. shot and killed G rretl Haup the universal language, reported aversely worth lean than a hundred thousand dolHlstof O.tober is 3S05, of wuich 025 have tun It appears that Mrs Simuous had to its claims to meeting the want. Tnis N gone into voluitarv lii ndttion, 119 hive been to the burial of U.'-ilar and is a very ordinary rnun w'tn that. a Adams and w.b CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, very wise decision. Tne sample we etw failed, leaving in '87. at that date 3 on her way home with some other persons pretty ofien turns out thin way where It of volapuk looks like it would he hunter lo kj:ai imw.v. iu:a in. May is induced tn tie to December She Otil. The loal ntunbjrnf new hanks form Iu and had stopped at Bjd AbneyV. learn than n il an ordinary lanu'inues. ritAiNfeotTrii."" nu ifSo Som ii. ed during the year is 225 and the total the crowd ia barely 10; he is over CO urd has daughTnere as Garrett Httupton .No, 1, Mu 3. So. i. ,u 6, :u.7. . riTATlONd. u. 8 . is 33, of wiico 2i weal into Daily Louisville mayoralty election oc- number clo-eter older than his heiutiful young bride. The No. 2. hsd hir.a trouble between Samuioiis and Daily. lUlly. Kz. auu iMllr. Dslly. Tne Hiinpion heretofore "ally. Tne papers voluntary liquidation and 8 tailed praise the Lord curs Dally. Sijiiiikiii with a Jcdoe Walton decided alter a fnur-da- of that city will now, we hope, print some 75Sam 4 OX pin. 9 00 pin 7 S a iu l1,Te...Clriclntiail....A,rr of ctpital auioiiii'a to $30, iricrea-l, party were on the huut ol Wallace hearing of the cae of Col. Tom Lvdntun 1135am 7J0 p m ll itfp iu Iu IS uu 891 775 and ihe num r of new bants in of us are interested ir, thirg that all 103pm U lOji in I VU m II Vna in Junctlun ("lijr ... iX : the Abney residence Oi-and in .. . p "" M a ml 50 p m Green for killing Law Bildwin that the art o wj a in oia i mi ii juth inr.rns-e- it 50 th .unkusit piu.. llll H 10 ... m Ilurtiaw Hampton Sauimcm dismounted, and 'Iriltune has chttmel to i n wae justifiable and discharged the prisoner, The Danville Ai'r.. Cluittmiiaia.. L'? 10 . inr u'oua'inj:.'.'.'..'!';;.'! "soo'p "In' E cuumr fire, Hampton OAfiULlt " draw.ng his pistol optlied 0 15a in fi 00 ii iu)l.'T., Clisltni..)i;a..A'fT 9 3J p u who left at once for his home in Maysville. eight columa paper arid continue-- to main A'r AtUala ....Ar'r According to the testimony he could hardljr tain its typographic bea:;tv. tOOpiu'll I0nii,l,- - WriiiliiKlmw Abnut $50 was raised by suraription on fell dead, three balls having pierced his II 15 tai'sdu'lTiu .'."."".'!!.'."."." f. .""',""" " 1 lit, hIiwih ti m n iu I. I) a in face and head. Frank Hampton, who was though the prosecu have done otherwise, LRU 1 I k k. at the Walnut Street Methodist Cknrcb, AKnin.. The new Congress will open with about hem-ti- l Vork... tion contended that Green'n effort to ayoid 48 of the Methodist' Or in ihe houee, escaped by falling between chairmen of committees left home by an Siuth, fur the .. ill 0U ni I 00 a iu A rr Mrtdlan ..!.'? 3 30 h m 10 30 mi, two beds. Sammon mounted his horce a difficulty was more appirent than real, ungrateful phan'a Hume, nf Luiisville. v . oiitiuihii .. ..vrr " tmhlir. " .. ' .ISOaiu 93 a in A'tT. New ()rlrii..,'ri h wj a id up lo this writing has not been arret" in 'i'oo'iTV.'i and lLat, in fact, be courted it after the Maj ir CUrk. a portrait ptinter of fine "M 4S0am't.,re..MpridlHn..A,rrl iiiwu.m ed. Hampton was unmarried. " -- ...i once b?gun; that he gave ,, Iu SMain L've .... JacktMiti is in town and wordy war was NENSr NOIES, reputation from Art "" ' J,15 HWiam'l.'re Vc.i,ur, Granville Adams, a on of Jihn Ad portraits in oil of ev the first offense, struck the first blow, and 4'.,Uiui 1,'re Monroe .... ..., ,0 . ' Three newspaper men will sit iu the has taken orders 'or ...." r, 1,0 " , '.'""..7.". ' ams, whs shot and killed on Kush cr.-e-l , BijpmiArr.BlirHTfl.iri fired the first shot eral of our prominent cit zens. present Congress. ilsnu fioudolr Uuilel dlnsplni; Csrt 011 all thrujjli trslui. Mr. K ley Bradforl, the old genilo-ma- n this cotiniy, Friday night, while reiruin It is rumored that Ihe L. A N. has Tim National Committee of the Prohi H. COLLHItAN, JOHN C. OAUl.T, (Jen'l ManiKr, pneumonia home from Fiat Rock church, by Walkce who-- e critical illnees with t.OAlliMII.MlMiMHupt. Wtion party has renrgiui ud by electing bought the Ohio Valley mil rod. Sometime ago Adams eloped has been noli d, died Friday nicht. The L swhII, fit t'sul llnlldiiiir, Vrl Fourth.Strmt, CJuctniutl, OHo. OrHm. Samuel Dickey, of Albion, Mich , chair-maJake Sharp was released from Ludlow remains were taken to Springfield, Obio( with Lftsweli's wife, but rotilri.e) after '. The convention is to ha held in In- S .reel Jail on giving $40,000 bail. few week's abiience, since which bo' I. men hia former home, on Saturday, dianapolis June 6 18SS when a pre-il-- o J W. Colyer, dealer in groceries, Mr. H, C Mock returned from a visit have been going heavily armed and it h a tial ticket will be put in the fiild Tne hau aligned; liabilities $2,000, Adto Kansas and Texas Sinday night. He been expected one would be killed prohibit are evidently goin on the princi- 51,500. ams was walking home with Mrs. Laswull was accoiiiptnied by his r.ephew, Mr. Clean -- Miss Tidd Mercer has been appointed ple that the early bird oitchea the worm, Mock, i,f Fort Worth, Texas. Mr R. G. and two daughters of James Townrend, be held, PiMwistress. at Brecbinridje a theim is the first convention to Ehii. went to 1'ula.tki county Monday on when Las well and a.boy named Jim Luns but the rule will hardly work in this case. county, lit, J W. Castillo, a lending pnyeiciau a tiuuiin.; expedition. Miss Z ie Welsh is ford overlook or met him, when Laswull This country does nit want political prohifired five allots at Adams, each taking of Wayne county, and Mii-Willunnti visiting friuvls in Louisviiie. Wllli'.m bition yet awhile, at lesst in his body killing him instantly. I.ai left lo ilay for Ktusie City Finle Thomas, were married last weak, fr. L H. Hills"', of the firm of well escaped, b.it haa since been seen and Airiioucm money poured into the Unit Dan Driscoll has been sentenced in claims the killing wkjj in self defence and hi- - tnler ed SlaUB treasury at the rale of over a mil- - New York city to b hanged J i u.ry 20 Wakefia.d, Bruce it t! , tia James . day dnri. g the month of No i (lr t)B matJi vi ttaaiueui, it is thought he will Hiirrender, livery niisinesi Hst in tn ()f lion dollars a (J . Hruce A: Im and his ihierest m he sale fawriseud, Frank Harlow and Jim Lunahe public debt increased $1 .ton 350 vember, 1 mi inner oi leeiier.s in t,irk com' y , Lee Mr. ford were arretted Hilnrduy and will A etc , tu Wk The disbursements, of the month were un- have sold their citlle fir ex' in,r at 5. nf uiult-rt-Hnicrt hasedd all fidd intereu in the for cximiiiation an iiccesories. Loma A P. usually heavv, the pension burden alone uany mink ihnv whl to 0 n June The total debt less to Wikfield A Leo and well and Adams both have many friends J18,000,000. requiring By a liberal e oi water a1 d i lie Ityery Is liable to cwh in the treasury is $1,210 183,022. To- Standard is now raoiializo I $90 000 dOO will con hut the traiuitig stable in Main and 'ho exciteiisrie of the alfiir bring on m fj ircuble and Ihe Wetern Unona 80.000 000. H Oi ne" S reel tal cash in the Treasury, $501 550,185. Skmi-SBeekbJInttri- flr hmml a ce H. C. -- two-tiir- New Goods for Fall and "Winter ed lji ne -- - he Std-Carn- JB TJ "2T n int-rme- nl GMOOKBIB T. R. WALTON SOMERSET STS- - door-keepe- MAIN & TVI &JETT TIIES cue-lessnes- ro i- - Queen and Crescent Route. South Shortest .uil Quickest Texas, South Florida op-rati- on I y, ya' n Las-wel- pas-do- '"l'lliJII M 1 ) i . ..... Juirn.ian,At, Soai-ersn- i, Wall Paper, mJ s Furniture, J Cases, Caskets, Robes. t u-- ur-i- r "' Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B, K!. WEAREltf, Stanford. 7 Stmi-ffiScek- ip ntnoronrnai December C, Stanford, Ky. IC. im7 O. WALTON, UUHlnuuB MnunKor. fubllMltfit lie la greatly yesterday, II. N. Ware hi iid i,i locit of good AT iuiprcfred with future greatce of hia new at Riwland to Mr, J. H. Hilton, a mer MU I' ANNUM, CASH. looatinn chant from Brndhead, who will combine he only the itock and cominue biiiue Mil 1). T. Facklkh wa at Mr, will be It ULJiriliAMlll wrttedlt tbt.&0 newspaper man wnn n- - arMerilay, lie Ware' old aland. and demanded. ha recently returned fr.itu New York and The Turnerille timday School will our crowd teemed iteuiiniiiiye after looking H. LOCAL TIME CARD. have a Curitrni tree at the Cirirtian upon toe one that erer turgM on Uroad church Saturday al.ernoon at 2 o'clock, I 03 r, ii way. -- . tall inlli going Korlb- Dec. 1M b .I ' An invnailon ia extended toa'l Bourn ...- ....... III 'v' biure train" onto... LOCAL AFFAIRS. other Sunday School lo be present, 6 55 a. m ....... Local Freltfbt North TilHrr. two lauii cnavdeliera, good at .CM am boulb All who have not aettled their note or alto cinj laaaenKern new, for aale cheap. Alao a oew baggy very Ttif Inter Uilu account with me will pleaae doao by Jan Boll? X n mMit Ii calculated uu .uodard time. cneap. I). Kla. 1, 1888, a after that lime I will need tbe ! I about IP minute. iMif You will aave cot by paying the account money and will place them in officer' A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. yon owe the firm of Penny A McAlitter if hand for collection. W. H. Higgina. " wa In to ee ti -- lufilnitm mul -- VriUitu- - C M. June miI Po and one of hi Halt at Albright A Co , Brodbead for' G.T Fakkib, ofEnt Uurnatadt, wm C "Hi" pig for !lo. $2 per barrel. in town ytaietdar. C- - M -- Mb anii Mrh. W. P. Pkewittk, ol '0,d l0 Ej'1'" k U rn" There will De a Chriatmaa tr.e at Hal ' Mr, and Mrs. Tom Gap chuich Ctria:ma eve nignt. All are i ' -- '"'". M ii yrar-- ii i l.lt-- pu.iud Ktrkavillc, are iminit tie at $3 35. Tray lor. A Oreene county, 0 do, farmer c aim TiNi.EV MEifiior I filling John For Rant, the atore-rnnf otrnpi ' to have discovered a cure core lor nog cr.o'- XewlandV placs . inarbal while Mr. ed by Penny' Drug Hiore. P .rrloi J n, era. 11 I oat and p ire altr. Xeland la nick. 1 John Btugtman L F. Hl'Iibi.k, Eaij , df Birmingham, ,i0 G. B HEAD THE FOLLOWING PBOM J""' ui SCHOOL To OF EMBALMING! lilt l.l Hi .... acre cf Coper t inr land belonging to Mr- - J, M C ion and ly ing of flnetonviilr, ai auction Te'ier day for i'M'i Co per tcre Tnere wns h preiiy good crowd in yesterday, but very liltle Moc (lunged hand publicly. A number of private ale are noted in ibi column, Me re. J. K Hmiiii Btughman re turned from lebinon yesterday, where they eot lo eil mult to Matimgly & Son. J K dioced of 11 cotton mules at $95. Richard Fox bought 7 cotton mill a ai $1012 each and ona tor $75. Jame and Jake Hugeley cut ihe tails off 44 of their aheepand all but six of them died uit wt ton All lo Whom these Presents may Come: THIS CERTIFICATE is testimony thatH. R. Camnitz, F. D., has qualified himself for Embalming and Preserving Dead Bodies, by attending a full course of Instruction and Practical Demonstrations at the Clark's School for Embalming. Train r. h. lem ItovUDd at 7 20 a. tf. od rituroi it I0OU BUY KOTICEM. four tchooi boon and MbtKl Up (i lie from A. K Peony AtK Tour vroor (or ibr Cincinnati Ha ktatf Co.' crataer and cae. W ATCitnt and Jrwtlry repaired on ibor ootic and warranted br A. II. Penny. A ooMrLTTE alock ol jewelry, latent A, tyle. ltockford watch a pcialty. II. Pennt. Tub firm of Penny A McAliMrr haln diaolveO, tbe aoconnl are ready lor elt1e ment. Come at one and nettle. You may ante coat. PERSONAL. Miwt Anni McKinney l iltina her (rindiuuther, Mra. (iirena, near McKin- in T. K. Wal Tbe fall I have a large alock of fancy apple, ton' Mora fell the other night. which I am oflering to families cheap be broke and put out all the limp eve one, the barrel. Come and get prioee. ti. 8. which continued to burn, but waa exiin-guihebefore further damage wa done. Myera. m It wm a doe call. d you pay before Dec. lit. The fiye lamp chandelier ' ney. Mhm A A McKinney and Archl day wilb rtlalite at are indlnt: Crab Orchard. Mini Urtwic Karri-- , of Junction City, returned with Mia L nie Farria and now htr eueat Mna. E K. Wkihht, of Milled8llle, l vlaitloK her daughter. Mra. Frank (Xtley. Monlicillo tfitinal. Mh and Mr. Wm Roman and Mi Nellie Yantia, of Lancaster, bae brn aw 1 ti-itl- ng Mr. D. B. Hia, Jr Mh F J CaMI'IIELL ha (rone back to Rock Caatle Kprini' to keep bachelor' hall dining the winter month. Mk V. C. Wukhhitt could not uWe np hia old lofe.bul ha gone back to the L A N with office at Kulington. W. W. Penn, agent for the L. A N . wm rere yriterday, proeentine theadeanu-er- a of hi rnad to California emigrant. M T Ckait. of the Iebanon Knltrfiru panted back from Londoo,Saurday, looking like a winner In the aaiatanl clerkuhip race. Mil. John M. Palmih, manufactnrer of a Catarrh Cure, raid to be rf hie 1 here for a few day, introducing hi rem edy J. V. Aiiam ami family, of McKinney, h? moTrd in ihe farm of hi hrnthei on the Ltncatvr pike, lately owned b Maaeron Perlnn, K q. Mil. J R Mount nnd family will r. Mr turn to Ltv.irange to Ine and a thorough gentle Moiint tnn, who li made many frind here and all will regret hi- - deparitire, rr Mk and MkhHHahhy Hamy here. Mr. iUne rrpre'eul thu Ltxnigtoi Roller Mill, which make Ihe mint upe rinr tlaur, judging from the litrral 'ample he enl ii for trial recently. Mk. E. C. Vrin r.d tie fmiU haye remfiVcd lo Ctt. R chierV place whiuh they rerenlly bjught and Ihe lap-tai- n aril family hate laVrn the o'd Juiltr lUilry plare nil their rHnlenre on Danville itrnne i completed tVn.. John II. Flll, of I'merillw, ii d gone again down to Stanford. I i that the magnetic altraclir u in Lin coin that cll Hie Colonel o nflen in tin direction may htrtine a relilent neU,l','nr before many uim n, - llubourvills Naw Pit. KtrtiE Uaii.ly w. u to Frank Friday In Mirnit the funenl of bi fort brother-in-laOil. IxaacWiiigiiip, lurdiei1 Col on hi farm near there of aKiplexy WingMte wa at one limn clerk of the Hte and waa a yerv ealiuiabie and popular gentleman On, Covnnd P.irter RlRi lne relumed fr "in their hunt in Wayne and Clinton and y that they and iwo other gentlemen 3H() bird, wnile they Hlicceeded in Ki-i'- ar. 1 cler whi-pere- yellow boll pup about eight inoniha old. Any inforThe manager of tbe Opera Houae riik mation leading to hi recovery will be nothing in raying thai all who go to te thankfully received. Allen Bezley. Florence Bindley will gt their full money' She i an actre after the Loll a orFj,OUH hia advanced -- 5 cent on tbe worth. in der, only more o. and i a cute and funny hundred pound, owing to the rie aa can be. She ia beaide a fine uutician wheat Supi. W. N Poll tell u be la and dance to perfection, tier aupport I paying 76 cent a buahel for it now. aaid to be and a good ehow all The atatement that the Cincinnati South around. ern hop bad been located at Somtraet waa wife of Sam Still 'ek CoxtNO.-T- ne a little premature, though the little city Simi, who liveaon Foreetu Raid's place, fine abow of securing the prln. atanda a gave birth Saturday lo a boy and Sun The flag lor the weather eervice have day afternoon lurpnted the family by ad been received, but there Hill aeema to be ding a girl to the number. A certain phy ician aaya he bad a similar cae'once, when aome hilch between tbe telegraph company and tbe government about forwarding tbe the huiband ruebed to him and pleaded that he uie hia itifJuance to put a atop lo report. Patier bedclothe are made at a factory tbebuiinee. In the county court yesterday Sheriff T in New Jeraey. They are doubled abeet of manilla paper, alrengthened with twine and D. Newland preeented bis q lieiu for tbe valuable by reaon of the peculiar proper-ti- e State revenue A certificate of honesty, of heal. probity and good demeanor wa given of piper a a Peyton, an attorney, aborlly lo reThe Stanfird Chautauqua Circle ie pro move to another Stale The death ol John greing doely and the membera all reem W. McMullio waa certified lo the penaion pleaded with tbe work. Tbe liat meeting department, aome road and other order . Welch, the next, waa with Mr. W. were made and the court adjourned. will be with Mr which occur Tom Gone Friday night, as Hugh George II. Bruce. "0 centa Hay, who ha been braking on a freight, Look at Ibeee price' Bmanir per dor , Orange'.15 cent per dcien, Cal. attempted to get on hia train at Hatel pear 6 cent, Cocoanuta 5 cent, Apple 10 Patch, hia foot flipped and tbe car paed over hie great toe, maahing it and the next centa per it ien, Nule of all kind, price ever before Come to headqua- ao that they had to be amputated, tbe lower than one at the etcond and the other at " rter. S. S. My era the first joint, Dra. Peyton and Reid per The Gold and Silver Bind gave a finely fotming the operation. Mr. Hay a waa an executed programme of muaic at the brought home and it ia hoped he will Rink Friday night a we ever liMened to, aoou be out again. He ia noted a Ihe faththough butamal crowd wa prevent to er of triplet, two of which are hying and enjoy it. The Rink will not he open thi are fine looking children. week, nor until further notice. London. From J W Alcorn, E q , who The rchool of Mr. Mollis Denny at Mc attended the Laurel circuit court, we learn Kitney cloed with an entertainment, that George C. Thompon waa acquitted of which begin )ai night and will conclude the charge of murder. Euiil He, tbe Swi to night. Mr Denny i aid to be a very who wa arretted here for Lorae Mealing fine ecterandher patron will be glad there, bad a hung jury in hia caae, but on he will opn her achool a second trial he wa let ofl with a fine of o know that again in Jir.lliM. $10. W. M Howard, for Ihe murder of D Wearen the negro, George I'mber, came within one Build. -- MrWill being for ha b night t" lower end ot the Piejhyte-ria- n of an acq liHal. 11 of the juror i-a ptwiy tu the it. Mr Howard ned to live at Crab Orlu obtain lot for J. W in chard H wi tUfende I by M- -r tower end of her. I i' M. Wtjuen' on the lot, Alcorn. W.O. Bradley J II Tmslev, and tention to buhd a nice which i a vry deairable one, in the early J A Craft. In the chh ol H. F Gla fir killing Mat Wiggolier, the rmult wa re print. vered, 11 of the juror being for conviction CakY Court utiaily fall on the 3 and one for arjiittO, but a Curiam i of M unlay in liFUGIliUS, ten break II np befure it i half through, Judge Mmrn h'l very wUtdy decided to Rer. G. W Yanicy will preach at begin It tin liin'Cn Wednenlav, the 1 1 h. Bright' Scnool Ho ie, at 3 o'clock Sunday rho inlereDi! can make a no e of thi evening. anil LOern themele armrilini.ly. -- The ground foi the New Y rk EpiscoA firat-claaa aw Mai-terage 10 -1 Strayed ok 6tolkn. Richmond Regiaier At Dn McMillan' aale in Soot', wrrk mule brought $130 to $148; fat hog $4 80 to $5 10; Poland Cnina ow $20 to $32; farm ewe $4 80; Cotwold $5 25; Bomb down $7.50. - rime. -- J. H. West old lo J. W. Miller, a yearling Denmark coll. a brother to one be haa in training, for $125 R Simmon will ship 13 car loid ol hog lo Louisville 8aturdy, from thi plsce, for which ihry Lancaater New. have paid fi ceni. Wm Bon fmann, of Paducab, bought of J. M. Buckner A Co., Louiaville, 750 hogshead of tobicco and gave his check for $110,000. Tniawaaoneof the largtal chrcka ever made in the Stale for ti'bacco. W S. Mathews bought 250 hogshead of the same firm and gave a check for $30,-00Dan Swigert, of Lexingtrn, prrprietor of Elmondotf alud, has purchased from Dwyer Brotbere the coll, Tremont, for $25, 000. Tremont ia by Virgil, dam Anne Fife, by Alarm. Thi is the largest price this 11th day of Noaember, 18S7, f I LiH"'-at Cincinnati, State of Ohio. J. II CLARKE, D. M. B URjVS, Principal and Demonstrator. Secretary. Given under the hand and seal of the Faculty All appliances in the Undertaker's line constantly on hand. Funeral calls promptly and carefully attended to. H. R. CAJINITZ, Eustonville. THAT M'ROJBERTS & STAGG, HAVE 4 WBhL &SSEfMill! i eyer paid in thia country f jr any homebred thorough bred for atud purpose Robert B inner, founder of the Ledger, has now on hi farm and in hia stable, in Having teenrd the services of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with eluding Ihe foal of the current year, no Ie than 60 trotting horre. He has ex- many year' experience, all work will be done with neatness and diipatch, pended in fat horses during the last 30 fully insured. Spectacles aid Eye Glasses to suit the eye. year $42C 325. When ofleied $125,000 for Maud S he replied, ''Yon might as well ask me to sell one of my children. Tbe mare i not for aale at any price " Smith & Anderson bought 2 000 bnh els of barley from Tom Yeaget at 53 cent per bnsSel. Charle P. Ctcil sold this week to Kratx 15 1,525 pound cattle at 4 18 ned cents J C. Caldwell 8 .Id to averaging 1,575 pound, at $4.10 per cwt. Worthington Bro. delivered to J. C. Caldwell Wedne'day 40 cattle that averaged 1 136 pounds, treal being made bml a month ago, at 3 and 3 cent - Danville Advrcate. At the Dtnville, Va., lohacco fair tbe premium and exhibition tobirci so'd at remarkable figure. For firt premium a lo' ol 55 pounds brought S6 GO a poiiu t. and, with the premium, bri'igit the ( wier $570. The eecond premium went to n col ne'tirg ored man and o!d at 5 a him with the premium, $475. Tbe total ale of premium ioarco ninted to 1 Tn twl 137 pound and brought SI 740 aale of ihe exhibition toireo w?re 23 765 Sash-Blind- s, pound and brougli1 $9 5S5. Danville wl hold a grand tobic eiioi' on next year Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, WEAREN & MENEFEE An engineer, brakeaian anil two fire thi men were killed by tie ixp'osnn boiler of a I C"miolv-- , fear Pol'svil'e, Pa. Tnree riegrcc in jail al Charle-'o- r, Mi", nn eii'jii'ion of ailpinptid lien, wire takn nut hv a ui b an) ' o to deilr-- . All of work giumiiitccil as reprcseire.1. Prices to We can sell you as good vehicles as aHina suit the times. any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our tine assortment before ft is broken. .1. 'f Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve nicies is larger and more complete than ever before, from the cheapest to the best. PhaBtons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Four men wsre Ii'i'ied to dalh a ihej "kviiu slept in the Ltwrerc Ho'ie, at Kih., Friday night, which wnn ,ix bui ns (muse and mine deliing were con B-- o IS.GKCH.VAki.. IluitoiiviJIe, Ky. WEAREN & MENEFEE. limed Si lec'iirer, Ueauchamp, held forth au ex ra night heie, making three id he He cime here to fill in in all tiun, and although he had been courteously trealeil. he wouldn't try that huine k'ain The people here weren't ready for temperance lecture, a he could plainly ee Ho mid, by the alimne of hi audience however, that lie didn't rare for money, he had $10 000 or more -- lo gel. Thf: leiup-niict" jt pal Cathedral, which is to be built, alone cost JS50 000 The Methodic chU'ch at Stnith'and, Kv , burned laat week and the congregation unkra an appeal for help tu rebuild. E Dtrsie ha returned and r taken charge of the Frankfort Cnrialian e ca'ded E ig ner O rge a Smiin n to death a id Fireman Minin R cklt bully that he ia no' expected lo r cover, 'n ihe wreck 'fa 'right trin on .he Lake H'll .llnirn of Ihn R , O KW Mtenttonis Pleg&re We ifHIISTISniKNTN. dttire to tall four attention to ourfrcth and church, after a tear's nj uirn In Boston, LAND. STOCK At.'D CROP WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE Stantord, Ol bu-gin- wern gone. 'Irepu'ihc know thee gen- wiill a we do and we tlemen etatement for what it i worth gle their Hl.UM, th jilly anil jo vial ailyance man of ih i Florence Ilindley Couihinali in, wm here Friday arrm'u'int? nex Friday for hi liow, whlnti njipenr niglit. He i ootili lent that he h the bet comhinajiun on the road nml the proof? that hecuile neem ti. co fir in bin belitf Mii. J. I McKinney write from .Mi. Vernon, III., to cliangM her piper to Decatur, Al , Mr.' Mi Kirn ey having heu pro moteil to general agent ol tliw L, i N there. The latter new will gratify Jim' manj friend here, who alway kiuw h chnnce wah all that wh neud'd for him to hIiow ,! he vnt) woitby of tiioAiany po tion on tbe load, - Mn. W F. Paci:uw, the train di pAtcher who rcrka tiie "irick" from rriler lil 8 A. M I the on the Ihih ami wlitt ii mure rcniarknble he dot It with hi left hand, ilia uluragrn. lo reed too nn print nn litiy I Utvs along w th nu e:eiii,ee and bevuiy ilia Hlilr.rn neen. lit) ileed to take jire til mid bn friuriilly nt at hi pilclie atruuieiit and written itlmoat couaturjily from 0 v. M. till 1 and '2 a. m. Mil I'AUI.C by T. It. Walton. Dried Apple waiin-Ouu ciiizndu not oltni gat a chime lo W B Hill old to Clark Caah a bunch ee D good a show at home a that given by Florence B ndley anl troupe She play of fine heifer al 2 cent Sixty thousstid orange tree are on princilly in tha larger cille, thi pla'je aii'i E ittbe hton being the smallest their wav from Japan to California. Thorns R'binaon Imughl of A. C. in Kentucky. t iwn in whirh she appear Hhn gnea frtiu here In Lexiugion, thence, to Carman u small bunch of heifer al $11 -- CT Sandldge.ld loW W iV P. C Mayville . Dm't ini-- a lh chance lo Sanilidge In tin paddle stallion, Second first-c'a- a and decid a e something really Jewel, for $2 000 edlr auinaing. C'tvarrubia'a large 'alile at Ln A ga TltF Building i Savings Asaooialion Cal , burii'd and will it 90 vuluahle continue to IIiumhIi, and ihre er.a de horse-- ; lf 70 000 mrid for all the money it has to loap. Tiie I J. E Bruce tell u that 70 car-lgrosa raining for the firat five month I from Richmond acd of ho.' were shippc amount to about 17 per cent on Ihe monLancaster Silurday and Sunday ey paid in. The borrower, who ha lo be -- Dr J B. Owsler sold lo Waikin & stock holder. hre in all the profit and Hteiihentou, of Ciluuihia, Tenn , 20 yearlpays Ihe money hack, which secure him a ing ami two broke mule m ?S2.50, home, in such small sum and o easily that New d'.ock.yarda al St, Joeeph, Mo , ho nevor feels it. The stock ia now werlh oompriaing 410 acre, were opened Friday a good premium. They ienreenl anmitlav of $1,000 000. -- J W. Dunn and A J Rlee, of Gar who i Ok the petite and pretlly actre, . . m year i.iu, here with her excellent company rar.l. Iwitigltl niuta roiuea, 4 to to appear next Friday nWht thi) New York World aay; in Knox county, ai an average of $80 oa Fill DAY Ol MtJIIT. DEC. 9. Extraordinary Complete Xiine of Groceries Oiii Jtock of Ilailware, every docripllon, which we Keep couslanily on hand, anil aale you to come ami examine It a well at Whlrh no retail house can compi U with. Wbllejou ound, wa will nhow you th Engagement Oliver C'liillvd unl Imperial Plows, Wearu aKeiit.fjf, the lx-- the Cb am Idk nml Tnlnni.l little boulrttte t In tbe market; alto tbo Floronco J. Baby IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, BINDLEY The Mott euccmful ol Karc'al Comedies, ! SomelhlD? new and notel and the fliien thli of the kind In me. Inourllnn ot ITeatlDi; and Cook the. moul faitldlou. lr h th pnua ud mate, and eipeclul ly In lleatiOK etoves. to Move", we can pi, we lh toibow yen anmelhlPKem- le'it Olfuraew keep Lliue, Ceuieut, salt, .tc, md III uct "tut tbat l unvibini near our line. Coma in when you are In tbere i narcelr aiiylblni! we Very truly, town, aid we shall bedrluiiht! tt make It p'mui li" yim - hn'i liOt'liKBAKKIGIIT. 'EXCITEMENT!' Containing more taught In aahuiler iace of time tbau any other play on Ihe American tlae ' llou.ej packul to rtjiletlou at every perform- arce, hut cotitlnuoua hrirly o one man UiikIii, ' laugli ft of the iiii"a uprniirl'jiis klutl uiliulnailnir anil In mi frtt rjclouu ol rouullTo rnlli msstlc jpiiiause A.linliBliiii ii. dduu , ceni. npiriri A sia(', dru,! .tore, noft uu MB 8l McKol)lf i ; Aft -- - 30b PHASLItrfAOIST, uaLau FE59Y, 1 i. a It! uruys, uooks, rancy ruuius. ''tn.ii Iri..' A!lM . ,.... stauonery in ami " V ii? c ?u l w li. b st aey Florence J, Bindley, Ihe smallest and wo mayaay the youngest alar Hiitres now on the American stage, Ia brimful of talent, Poa- sewed by nature with beauty, grcn and a voice full ot ftn'ias, heii Ie b'int: a thorough mistreaa of the dr.tma'ic ataie, aie haa iiiaHtored every stage accompliahment that iaknown ta tha preant decide. lo fact ahe ia a whole ehow by hereelf. New. - John M Gray sold at Naahvilie SO ttili la to notify the intliuc It at wo will not p r tuule' at an nveragn uf $112.50 Thee mlt uy huutlng or any ullier teapHli g on our i were considered Ihp bfi btiuuli of mule fHrmn, but wu will iunlh any iaoii or porruui The Largest BtooX of Watobes, Oloeks, o trvupsa-lntu the full extiut i the law sold thia year for ihe niunhr. fewfllry and 8ilveware t. i, -- King i. thn larval winner of all "VrViVIMKr. of kidney disease I old, died the ; Ftu tXUt ttver bou jut to tblt market Price rwcrthaaf ' the t.oweiit Wakbat, rloeka and Jewelry , . m il.lh.lt, at D.vyer Brue'. alt h e, Nutv York, Friday. I on .linit notice and Warranle.!, ' 1'll.htA.ll HUM Hia winniugs this year fool up SU.C40. g F.-I- !F0tc3L t.rm ih.'lon. aicuratelt ioiurundiat. I'S srsvtwtL .K7?rvT( w .aSifli, j, vy..!)K, ia,. riir aaaWTM m. H "yr rTtftWI n ".'". j rk &JI i;. two-ye- ar rd L&rs-J8a ?2Ztt'Wj&i k vm ws!safe HUNTfNTr ELEPHANTS. EXCITING S SUCCESS ON THE STAGE. CARL DUNDER's SAYINGS. with n .sIIrIU (lertnan Vr7vi.yii9?NNV fCROYALttSM ADVENTURES IN WITH THc JUNGLE. THE PnwiT if Linn uii'l A In Tlnio of l),ui;.il Camp Itnlili'tl lit Muht liy mi "S.llltHlf.." Tlwn iiiwii iM'riml of tlitvo yours w hen I hiiuwit ri'sulnrly umiiloyeil liy un IInli-l- i hotiu 'Vlnit clmiice does tho dituiiatio profession nt Znuzitxir to hunt for ivory, nml I vtu offer to oung men nml women. " "The same chance that the studio affords, iittal out in thu most lili-n- tl nmutn'r nml pennlthil to go In uny (litvetltm inland. Tin that the n all'orils ghen equal industry, call-in,-, niitl I xMit imtieiuv, taste, talent and Illness for the nuilii olijwt ini to fcvitiv is n jxiviblo and as proliable on ueoei Mvminly omuicli of them to .uiizllur th stiKe as in tiny other urtWie profo-ionmipjOy tho HLirkL'ti of th worM for (Ifty lie replied. yenrs. Sotn.'tliiti,; ' written every .lay of "If jou More asked by n young man or wotlit hue, jr'Mkl nn'url man with a desire to go on the staco for mi tho tuine li'plrinti ii al gnnli'iH ot t'l ir"in nml opinion, would you advise tin in to do mi, or I to seek a professional or coinnn reinl life.'"' l! ouo. tint very l.t'i K written of t ! to Mtnly thn uilI.t all liml oji;Mr:-i.iit"As a rule, I repeat, I should say, avoid sorts ot or' i..Htniui, anil liavo never Iveil tho stairc. Wh it is enlle tnlfiit on the stage tati-lie- -l with the nixiiunts iw:i bj hunt-'rmeans s'mpl) a jieruliiii' teniierument. which ami inittirtilists. In my opinion th elephant for lack of u Ix'tter adjective, we generally in hU native pastures ft tin- cull tho 'mimetic' teniKminenr. It Is very , and Hunt intelligent of nil anliim)-.- . Hihm doubtful thai either Xnjioleon or more courage than tltu lion, more (Vpicity Washington would have made ns good nn tho tii-- r ami more cuniiln,; than tho actor as many a man, whose intellect comthan fox. Only tin n i a nmtoli for him, n:i'l it pared to theirs would In? as a drop of wnter inustlion pivttv intolliKoitt mm. too. to tho Atlantic ocean. Without this I start i I ii thu of olophnnt hunt of teiiiHnuiieiit a marked success a ing viitli the Men, that I only lm.l to look up nlmost unattaiimlile even by the most Intel n clrou' of thu lie.iits und hootin;;, lectuully rvllncl man or woman, however but I Mxjii i1i.im will that I was latioriiu mi- soholastienlly tquipied. This temiirameut ller u inwtiku. I havo never mii any inferthan nro such hicher is mre fir more ence mad.) in print to the Miveri of vi.ion qualities of the mind. Where it Is evident ly Mild uloph:uits. Nuturu eudov. s such a temperament cxlts in n man. I nil wild oivatuivs with extra keen eycsl'ht, should not dutcr him lrom going ou the but I liolluvo tho elephant can w further stage. '" than nny other four footed animal. I hail au "How nlKMt n woman r' instance of this in my lhv.t trip out "That Is dilTerent, and, let me add, a far Six of uh were scatters! through a wood in more delicate iucstion to answer Granted penrrh of of tho presence of elephants that a lady possseri and evinces the possesw lion a ".solitary" smuked out of a jungle sion of the needed teiiqiertnncnt and other whrro lie had lvn hidden and rushed upon quulitles of n great actress. I should still I u,u two miles nivay, but ono of my lior.se. hesitate to take the resionihtlity of advising thu natives saw tho jx'rformanco. Ho said her to adopt the life of the stage.'' the oleplnnt broko cover as stealthily as a "Why!" man, carefully approached tho horse, and "Because of the great sacrifices n woman was only n few ynnls away whon discovered; Ls fonts to make who stejis from the solid, and nmdo a rush. His quiet happiness of private life to the glitter then ho xudden upjwuraiico .seemed to strike, tho of u. public one, Tho sanctities of home, the horse, with terror, and ho made uo jjido of wonutily reserve, to tire high pi Tho great tnmk, held aloft pay either for the gratitleation of vanitj or move to ns the twist olnrgod, .struck tho horse a "sido tho accumulation of money. Do not mistake wii"' and knocked him tlat, and ho nw. A moral woman can remain so on tho was no MXiner down than tho elephant knelt 6tage jtist as well as otf of it. I refer not to upon him and kneaded him into bloody pulp. that ut ull, but to the exchange of the homo When his vengeance was satisfied he nso up for the theatre, the substitution of tho exand . retreated to the mmo thicket, sneaking citements of professional rivalries and jealalong as if ho was woking to hide his trail ousies for the quiet enjoyment of tho privaIt was an hour later when I reuehed tho cies of family life. The stag is a jealous and I was sj angry over tho death of my platform. It is Ant r, nut nullus, with etced Uiat nothing tlio men could .say would it. It denies to the wife and mother tho stop me from entering tho thicket In search evening of rest. It deprives her husband or of the destroyer. Joo followed me, bouring father of her comjiantouship ut those very a gun, and both of us wero ready for any hours when it would bo sweetest, and in spito trick the Ixjast might b up to; but wo were of w hat sho may do, substitutes a feverish too late. We found the spot w here ho had gratitleation alternated wlthdlsapjiohitments stool for hours, and from hich ho had sal- bitter as aloes for tho quiet happiness that is lied out to attack tho horse, but ho had fullest and most satisfying to tho female quietly sneakod off. Tbo elephant, when pur- oeart.'" New York Letter. suing an ordinary conrso through the forest, loaves a broad trail behind him. Ho breiks vs. Remilt. lown branches, uproots small trees and the An old merchant tells this anecdote illusprints of hU big feot could bo followed on liorsetHick at a gallop. This fellow hail gouo trating tho probability of business sales: A young friend called the other day in high oil so softly that we were half an hour in picking up his trail. There was not u broken glee. He was about concluding arrangements with two others to emkirk in tho join branch and he had set his feet down with caro and solocttsl the hardest soil. biug tnulo and was quite sanguine In his exAfter getting a quarter of a mile away ltd pectation of results. As I did not express had selected a rocky ridge to travel on, and full faith in his unticiiiations ho rather resented my doubts. At my suggestion ho we soon lost him entirely. Our camp was about thie miles from the took en and uper and put down, first ot spot whero tho hor was killed. We always all, his proposed exiwnsos, I could see that hod one guard and a couple of tiros, nml as ho had not dono this before, as ho s.s?ined there was only the wild beasts to look out startled to Und that even at tho mixlerato for, we had slept in perfect content On this estimate ho hud made the total exjieiw-- t for night, soon after midnight, the guard awoke rent, clerk hire and living of tho several WJOO. nie and stated that some danger monacud tbo partners amounted to "Now for tho amount of business," said I. camp. He had heard what ho believed was "Oh, as to that," he replied, "wo hoixi to a body of mon lurking about, and tho bullocks seemed greatly excited. The camp as sell fciOO.OOO worth of goxls a year." "But what amount of trade do all of you aroused as quietly as possible, the flres wen) allowed to bum low, and in a short time the at present intluencof Make, now, a careful statements of the sentinel were verified. est.'mate of tho business you can rely uihhi th some degree of certainty." He did so, Somebody or something was lurking about. said to bis surprise it did not quite reach V,'o wcro in the lion country, but the moveMii,0. ments were too heavy for the king of beast "Now, what profit cau you average upon The noLws passed clear around the camp and back, and then all was quiet. Wo were under hatf" After some debate It was fixed at ',373. arms for half an hour, and then, all being "l4 per cent "Now, what shall wo call the lossesf still, we lay down, and nil but the sentinel Tho latter was settled at uy, ix?r cent, on were soon asleep. An hour later, as suddenly as if shot from the gun, sales, amounting to -- ,li", leaving tho net the old kolitary of tho day charged into Income f'5,tiV), or $1,1150 less than enough to . Tho young man our camp, trunqietlng liko the blasts pay his estimated from a locomotive, and evidently in a groat left, proposing to show tho estimate to his rage. It was ho who had been lurking aliout associates, and after figuring awhile without for two or three hours. Ho had approached arriving nt u more satisfactory result, they the camp as carefully as a man could walk, 4laudoncd the undc. taking. There is no doubt that if all, when about to embark in and had passed around it to locato everything and docido on a point to charge from. trade, would thus lxldly look ut tho figures, Vben we got tho ularm, he placed himself in instead of closing their eyes and hoping for the shadow of some bushes, and tho natives, the best, there would be fewer failures among who examined tho sot, said ho stood there business men uud lus complaiut that "trade for an hour and a half without moving a Is overdone." Detroit Free Press. foot. Mnry Anderson' Mascot u Bloody and destructlvo work followed tho "If I had Mary Anderson's i?arl I would charge of tho olophant. He stpjed on and crushed a nleeplng native, picked a second ask fato for nothing more." Tho lady who spoke was delighting tho up and dashed him to the earth a corpse, and broke the luick of u third who was trying to eyes of two or throe acquaintance-- , w ith tho get out of his way. He was hoon among tho contents of a numlxjr of jewel cases by no bullocks, knocking them right aad left with means empty, "It Is a mascot with Miss Anderson," sho his terrible blows, and just then I got my gun ready. His charge had lieen so sudden went on, "nml you cannot wonder, for and fierce that wo wore ull demoralized for though not one of tho largest it is m of tbo two or three minutes. Fortunately for us most iierfectly slmi.l and imst lxautlful all, some one had tho mmiso to throw light ix'iirl In tho world. A iieurl is just tho jewel brush on one of tho dying fires and started for her, white, Ixild and fair, uud sho never a big blaze. This seemed to dLsconccit tho lets this ono leave her iwrsou. I havo turned elephant, and he showed signs of retreating. my ojx'ra glass on her twenty times whou sho In this lib was uneouraged by two of our bul- was on tho stage and never failed to discover Sho locks, who dashed nt him for a light, and that jiearl somewhere in her toilet. raked him severely with their stout horns. I wears it in her hair, on her throat, her finger, was dancing about, wulting to get a shot, catching up the draxries of her gown. Hho and I'll tell you ulrnt I saw that elephant do. says it means eaco und rest to her, and sho Ho picked up a bullock weighing at least IO0 could not uct if she did not touch it U'foro pounds, and that with his trunk alone, and sho stepx.'d in front of the footlights and did swung him aloft as easily as you can lift an not have it w hero her oye could fall ujxm it axo over your head. Ho held him in tin air In her trying jmrts." Washington Post. . a minute, uud theu Hung him clean over our Caio Colony wagon to tho ground. Tho Muliog.itiy Signs In Kngbiiiil. bull alighted on a largo heap of freshly cut f the world does It is well said that grass, and was but little injured. I opened not know how tho other half lives. Here, on the elephant just as ho Hung tho bullock, whero pine and poplar uro used for signs, and ho at oneo liolted out of camp, carrying comparatively fow are aware that mahogany thrco bullets with him. Ho bint scarcely got is the kind of wixxl largely used for that pur clear when ho stepiKsl into n hole in tho m.i in Kml'IiiihI. A lumberman from ft mil. sjroiind, lurched forward, and went dowufWortit who not long ago visited this olllce, with a broken leg. Ilofore he could get ou stated that such was tho case. Whon red' hti feet again I hail given him his death wood was introduced Into England this genblow. He had killed throe meu and four tleman thought ut first blush that tho Iumlx?r bullocks, uud wounded one muu and two bulwas so cleur und wide it would l excellent locks, and his death gave us deep satisfaction. for signs. It was tried, but for some reason Cleveland Loader. it did not come up to tho Englishmen's idea of eternal durability, and mahogany wa The Tun Hall's Spores. again resorted to. Northwestern Lumljer-maThe common puff ball strikingly illustrates the rapidity with which fungi may multiply. It I said that 1100 years would bo required The First Mearscliuum I'lpr, for a muu to count tho sjKires of a single Ixill, The first meerschaum plpo was carved in if it were x)ssiblo to continue tho counting tho early part of tho Thirty Years' War, and day and night for that time. Yet a favor- Wnllensteln U said to havo bought It. Tho ably planted xxru will produce a plant ai tmo clay is to lx procured only at lurgo as the douhlo list in u single night. in Asia Minor, where there are largo A.'kausuw, deposits, and whence it is seut direct to the Chicago has recently absorlxjd a portion ot manufactories nt Uubia, of which there ar t forty, mploying almost tho w hole Its suburbs containing 70,000 eoplo, and now ut populatiou of the dUtrict. Now York Star. claims to havo S,000 inhabitants. Their WiiiiiliTful Mm-wilm-- - llui-ugi'i- A Ma:iiii;i'r' Ailvlru to Young Men and Wiimeii A Jealous riiitfurin. I hapicned into the ollleeof Manager A. M. Palmer a few dnsngo when thl subject wn touched upon. Mr. Palmer is president of l edutho Actors' fund and is a man of cation. He Is known nil over this coun'ry n:rl In KuroM. lie 1ms one of the lr-- t libraries of dninmtie literature in this coin-trllehuslielil hundreds of young I len mid women t get on the stage. Ho talked freely ami frankly on the subject. I Hiked liU-ra- UlU of If If l'i;not Pertinent Soiitrnees. WImImiu p-- ;, tti-k- t- - ," lnts . ?l 1 1 s ltvih-.t,lirvMl- Co-Mr- jk.vu-Imrit- y some more midoudt shtopiug. Money makes dor tnaro p) otf on a gallop, sho doau't shtop until slio pivuks but ma her nook It has foollh to tell iler sluggnnl to go to darant. He doan' go onles-- ou glf him a free ticket on dorshtroet our, and dun ho vluu too buy to consider her ways. If ou can get out of shall today doan' put hlinoil" till Honest hinder l'st jnillcy, but it vhiw mostly piiiitiiil b liteuwhogif a lusiplug lueiisiiro in onler to hid der Unit fniitnt der Ixittom. Truth vims mighty und must prevail, but some folks thrive so wonderfully well on lying as to discourage honest folks. der worldt doan' It vims saldt dnt ono-haknow how der odder half llfs. Vhcll, I like to tliul dot half which doan' know! Ilifery wonians knows nil aliout feefty fuiilllles. lins der root of nil evil. If you Mono) doan' jielief him you go oirw whom hero und lose your wallet. Bring oopu shlld in dor vhay ho should go vhas ail right, but how Lih dot vliuy Dot vhas whero we diian' mm lilit dor same eyes. When tleves full omit honest men get deir If dor lawyer leaves dues in soino horns' nti thing tor anyp.ly to get I likoto si-lf I liar a blr I in my Immlt I can eat him U" vhas In iler bushes mavlio I go hungry If you vim sum you vhos right go nhcadt FURNITUEE P Ji M IES W - - STORE ? w ! MACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. JfmB fi R m ISP I POWDER Absolutely Pure. Morn tcuiiouilrsl itrength tail wbolexnucnsM. tu! col nut ln oli than tli or.llimrjr kln.l .(hort rouintton with th mu tliuJoof ow or io.l-- r Uhl s.utu vl.liul7 In cant, Hoval IUkixii I'owox O, Will itluiiyN lutvc onJiitiitl u liarK nml mI?I IIimi of I'liriil-turnml I'mlnrluUvrV CJoimIm. ,tly prlroM ulll hu hn lou H niivIi irlul ami you KimmIm can bn ImiukIiI hi tlit HIIom. iv iih; n ulll Uii couvliH'tMl thai 1 mHMowt than Hie IiwhI. - Thtit powder nTr Trle. A mrT ol purtt), ihinhi. tri ,TA)K?oN."oimK- AV00I) WAIiLACE, F . B. RILEY, Proprlntor. ..I.l.nl l..r....Kl.....l nml rvnnnitliliirli-Tliitroilaslilr d si-.- n troiitl 1 s Dorohas some giwt llsh In dor sea nfter you catch some otidt, but dot has jo)r consolation to der puities who netergeta Into vhen dey gJ lldiing. Der blossoms always eonu jxfom der buds vhas a beautiful saying, but vhnt we vhas all lifter vhas der fruit Olio big npplo vhas worth a thousand blossoms. Wo should lo honest, efen if wo die In dor house und dot has dor place whero most of der honest men die. I likesomoinjor widow wo! mi I is to get her lost money Ixick, but miypu nolHxly saw mo pick it up' hiis awHreak today uud buy ful true. It menus dot my hired girl can preak all my dishes uud make mo buy some more, und it do.ni' cot her n cent Der wicked man shumps oifer a fence und runs off when no jxiliivnmn vhas nfter him, but der man who robs der vidow uud orfan lifs In a big brick house ou der aenuef uud Curl Dutuler in dam' Ik? afraid of noH-xly-. Detroit Free lYt-s- s. him! 1m? WxlMlri-K- l N York C.W. METCALF, JR., Mtoi vy in l.mv unit Heal tlll .KMlt llrwl.rl,.., f ln-mit- nml Itrfurl - iucora to Wallace A l..i hran 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., Kh- - tnlliw'irp iiipI liy ii)titlir llatllw. Mitllr I'orleraiif thl iQ'.ttu iilKltl rr TUf ft IIAltllOUUVllLi:,lnJi Sllnt itetmcii rf tliuher, fur Slut rofre-Mlnlrl- i' - - IvV. Kntuckr. lUy. ADjr uJ mlnprt nn (Ul-t- I1I l.VAIMM.IN l, fJUTS' FURNIRHFR A.MI.tlii:.MMOIt tiii: I.AU.VIHtY. xr Will prictlcn In inT court In rUtern Kxsnilustlo t ol IhihI t lilt's his In a -- ulc iil lufJtiu.tloii .illcllt Imlr lirulihrj ttntitorit, DIl. W. B. PENNY, dkn nsr, - Kontuiilcy MISS SALLIE HARRISON, opened a l'urcbalng Formerly ol Agency IJ Cloclntull. ard all )irdrt to her at i1 r alu tr"l, wi.i risrel?. Nra.jual and prompt attention, .""le will mik a aprt tally ot Urea ifoodt, nut will rrs.ne ot'lrra lor i utnllure, Car-tan'l In rict ererythlug nar nl,h The p3tronaut thv u li ut tbli ieiii.in rpclally t. .';: if i aj hi Florence Washing Machine. !! the Klnrrnce hare taught tlif rtiht to IVitblnit Mn'hlnsuJ am now reparil tn fxtnlib ill wbo mf with to m their cluthrs lr.fi the iulit)ln n.l lritot inrlJeni to ih oM proem n! Offlte on Lancaster ttreet, Deal door to Inta-nowuhlni( Take one u I Iry it ami ! CjnTlucr.1. JofHMtLofflce. Office bourt trom 8 to 13 a I'll not worrr Juu .liiit lnirln uuImi jou are H.anJ 1 to 3 r M. ADMlhatlca admlnliUueJ what fully latbtledailult uierllt. .l neceaaarr. raeun.ltriliitieJ, hatliu purcliit.1 the i'lorenre Marnlne, and alter a ttmr.iiub trial, we Waihlnn take plejiuro In a.Ulu our tMllwouy at to In & worth, an.l without hetitatlim pronojnc-- i It a In rrrrj particular, .luln all that la cliluie.1 STIMOKI), KKrL'CKl. fur It. Wtu launhrty, J. W Walltre. Dr. Ilourne. 1' falUr, A 0 sine, BUI i'eraln . Uali Well Drillers and Pump Adjaiten. DuilJertr, J K. I.rmi, 1 I. Haun, C Vatinoy, Mra. Aiuan.U IVak, livorite IVftoa, Alex C Kiel.U, Albi-- t l mi lea, iliu llalnra, It. rWell Drlllel to order an I pump furintahrd JU-- i t K. lUrrow. A. M. KclanJ an. tuinr olheri at lactory prlcM 31. EI.KIS, Heailiiarten at s.S. Mjer' itore. I MM-lyrtuc-re- ti iti a lUlLLINEUY. t aiu j st, Cu--n- Kxi-rtntio- rrosres In the Cvli'stliit Klnplre. According to Tho Chinese Times the ius.h-sit- y o for the, upening up of the Celestial to civilization grows ajvice, and can only carrnsl out by tho railroad prolie jects now- - again under discussion. In some notes of travel in I.u and Tsl the writer states that every w here in Shantung tho uiiiu roads are lined with sumptuous tablets, telling, as if in mockery, of the rejmir of the roud by this or that otltci.il. In many cases tho cost of tho tablet absorbed tho greater In the meantime wirt of tho exiendlture. tho roads aro in ruins and impassable. Tho husbandman sows and reaps his grain, and if it bo an average crop he bos juU enough to supjKirt bis family and dependents till tbo next harvest If it falls short ho and thoy have to starve or llvo on roots and wctsis, for supplies of food ho cannot obtain from if it bo abundant tho surplus ii rather au impediment to him than otherwise. He has not the means of storing or preserving it, and the want of roads prevents him from sending it to those who russl it Absolutely ho has no market for his surplus; for his immediate neighbors have, like himself, a superfluity, and the carriage to any district in netxl of it would more than absorb the en tire value of what ho has to offer. A paternal government besides forbids blm to export it, so, as a matter of fact, the industrial check to overpopulation Is removed, and his increase till they eat family and up themselves the entire produce. Is It any wonder bo grows listless and careless, and that each generation finds itself lower in the scale of humanity t Public Opinion. Km-plrelfis-tuall- G. A. BENEDICT CO., dally openlo an eleatit lltieol ilirlui and duuiuier Mtliloery, Including all The Latest Novelties of the Season. Alto Notion., turn m HandkerrhUri. Collar lull, Kucbtn- - (or'ala, Uu.IIm, etc. V.iu uni nie at ine nwiui lately Taiami Dy ami let A VS'arreu, next dwir to the Myera lloute. Ifi-ian. win Mr-H- MolK-law.- C y KATK IH'Vl Kit. tit. OC.S'uL.Udt APOLLO 1'IKTOGUAPIIEB, PIIOTOdJIUriCKK, 1IA.WILLE. KY. KICIIMU'I'. KKJITfCKr. HaireuioTe.1 bit oppo. Photographt in all ttylei and liroi. He the put theto an elegant new building prpir- It better man erer el to arcoraiuodite th public with Una picture Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and from i'dolufraptM to tUatUa. HatltlactloD ur-- . lel. Water Colon. 1 LOUIS Sl'IILEUEL, , E. H. FOX, lTpr O Tbo Boat in tho WORLD. New Jealjai In Kratnat anl Milajat very low i'rliea. (Wl.ly Livery, Training, AND Feed, ! NOTICE. To tho Citieon of Lincoln County:1 SALE STABLE Send for Circular, lib and Main, '. exp-nvs- I't-ar- Supremo Court Ktlqurttc. There Is an unw ritten law there are plenty of unwrlttsn laws in Washington that lawyers appearing liofore the supreme court shall wear a black frock cout at the very least, and this relaxes a rule which formerly prevailed that a dress coat was essential. Some of tho old timers yet wear dross coats. Tho judges aro patient with the legal representatives of the wild wost, but thoy drew lawyer tho lino when a Ixjfore them some time ago w ithout any cravat Tho very, very old stagorstcll about Henry Clay once stepping up to a judge on the supremo bench, who held a suutf box oxmi in his bund at the time, nud, coolly taking a pinch, remarking airily, "I jcn.i'ivo your houor still sticks to tho Scotch." Tho effoct was paralyzing for tho moment, und ono of the judges ufterwnrd said; "I do not believe that unother man In the United States could havo dono that but Henry Clay " (Ion. Hut-lInvuriably wears u dress coat before tho supreme court. Tho geuerul likes singularity, and hero is uu instance of his uniqueness. A year or two ago, one day, during the sitting of congress, ho entered the hall of tho house from ono of tho cloak rooms. Ho walked slowly tho whole width of tho vast hall, through solid ranks of Democrats and Republicans. Not a man on either side xko to him. One man to whom ho Ixjwed uixlded grimly in reply. "I novor saw such an InIn my life lieforo," stance of an was tho verdict of overy representative in congress. Washington Cor. Boston Trail trans-Mississiper Kj Harln rented the liable o Depot ilreet, I am prepatnl t train and brak hon. on raa.inabl Ileiln recently equipped aJUue Koller Mill la leruit. County Court day trade aollclte.1 JOHX II. C.I the town ol Huolird teat we dely any Mill to aunford. Ky. .uai Inquallty of doar, we think the cltliena ol the county ehoutd bare county pride noeb to Inpatronise and lutlatn the tame iV'e with to form whom It may concern that we are to the 1 market lo buy your wheal and corn and will ! waya glre the bUbeet market prlcw tor aatne. We, rare added aorue new machinery to our corn aieal Mil." ST., HICIIJIO.XD KT department and can now make meal to aull any peraon It cannot b rualed by any other Mill In Weaoll-- ll a trial In our fljur and ; tbiiTlclnlty meal department. Allbarlnf (rain In our line1 lor aale will pleae call at Mill, where our went I For a good Table can be foun.l at all time, who will (l.e the bwtl ' And clean and well rurnlthnl tbl Hotel pricea lor tame, tirano ami imp aiuu aiw.j. m baa no auiMrlor, (tool mpl niui,attached, roomt atock. r. .V. VHTTN. Nup't, VTIUtea ; 00 .r day. iUMy U-- t dunlord (toiler MllU'o. rW. ltl'KTKH. al-- WILLIS HOUSE, J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. PUBLIC SALE IjuimI, I will tell Stock and Crop. the bljheat bidder at public au"lloa t e AUTEH' CHICKEN Ki Ml iJOUISVlUt Cholera Cure ! r HtwAllAIT V CmOUO Hi &- -' Ou Friday. Dec. 10, 1SS7, Twenty MTen hra.l ol extra good yearling tuule, t Mule Colli, 1 atfsl i. ulee, IS fat MhosU, 1 bunch ol yeaillng Cattle, ami a goxl lice of Farming liu. plementa, comUiIng of VS'agona, Plowt, Coinblnej Mower and iteaprr and eferjtblng in the farming line, 200 barrel ot Com, liar In baro and aereral iUcii, lot of iVheat In garner, llousj-bol- d and Kitchen Furniture will a In bn aold ,lrrf'M,ait-uatislo- n A Tract of Land, onaitllng ol irlng Dlx Hirer, and one of OO on the Laiicaiter pike, ttweeu the farm ol the late Oeo. King and J K. Carson, will alio be aold Terms made kuowa on dijr ol tale. ANE3W FAST MAIL LMaVI.HU BOTH LOt ISVIMiK A OI.VCIX.VATI Ur IOlcrc, WW MB. Dally, aecure to traretera THE MOST RAPID SERVICE Ever attempted between the great commercial clt-leatheOhh Htfer aud and hence the laitfsit time and moat coniforiable tralna between all tlnta In the Smith, or to the cut aud The counterpart ofthla train on all trunk llnea la denominate.! Thf tAtntt-cr- t fdriirr mm. Theiuperb rolllnil.k we employ kUm patroni Com "At all Coupon Ticket OrQcea id the Mouth you w find our time table ami tlckett, ray Jtw Hon, get Jlntion and Hick to .TfoMori, If you want to tare money and hare a pleaaant lour uey. K. O.MrCOKMICK, Oeneril Faaaenger Agent, Chicago. City Ticket Agente and Offlcertr fc. A. Hicickkr, W7 4th Are., Loultrllle, Ky. I. M. ToaNtK, 1?J Vine at,, Cincinnati, 0 Ml-t- d . If. KVASN. ! Cicio, .rriirNf If TRAINING STABLE t'ntlmltt'tl fort. 1, the undenlgned, hate In Dinrllle, Kt neat Training Htahlo, and am prepared to break and train henea either tu aad He or trot,' and iar to the ptople of Lincoln and adjoining countlei If jou bare a horut that jou wm brok, trained or aold, aod will bring It to me, I will guarauteo jrou will do ujf beat with your elock hate a horae you want aold, bring It tome, ai we Htato. hate the t'cond beat market In the , a iW-lf script Artistic Value of llrd Ilulr. A friend of inlno, nn , one-hal- utility for that crowning glory of tho fair sex, a good brad of red hulr. He tells mo that it is iuqios.slble to find a model with hair that is worth painting. Neither tho drajied models nor thu women who ioso nudo xvscs.s this requisite. Even w hen tho hair is good In color it is so coarse in texture us to resist most efforts to handlo It or put it up in a pictorial fashion. This may also Ik duo to neglect in brushing and cleansing it, but, at any rate, among the models ho avers that tho facts are as ho states. Outside the studio world there are some superb beads of hair that a iuiuter might esteem himself happy in being privileged to paint. Alfred T rumble in New York News. A Ilnrholor's Opportunity. A tiacholor in Frankfort, Germany, advertised for a "helpmate of ugreeablo exterior and good education; money a secondary consideration." Ho received 3,013 offers. Of theso 2,137 camo from Germany and 207 from There were 1,837 who said Frankfort. nothing alxnit their fortune, and 1,8115 gave their wealth at various figures from 12.7) to Photographs accompanied 3,112 of $50,000. tho offers, and it cost the advertiser nearly $250 for return jxistago ou them. Ho picked out a xxr Hanoverian maiden and married her. IJostou Dudget. Mr. Rpurgeon's faco Is said to recall that of Chester A. Arthur, but is described as being broader aud not so lino as that of tho lata urtiit, suggests a new Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively WALTON'S OPERA SJMVKij JOUSNOX. HOUSE, aires it has been made, and to be conNFOKD. KY. vinced of its efficacy only requires a ! trial. A bottle is enough for WALTON BROS. - - Proprioto'8. It is guarone hundred chickens. of Central Hotel, Williamsburg, Ky. anteed. If, after using BlieofHtage, 30xM. EUbt complete ieU ol Hoon. a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly ... uv.,.u lutiuuiuK nauery, owir Tbli Hotel la a rery dealrable piece ot prox.rty bUeaannable rater to food attractloni. and will be rold cheap and on eaay term t, if aold at satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken once. For particular! call at Hotel or on O. II. Cholera, return it to the undersigned Harrli, WlllUrniburg, Kt.. or N. A. Klchardwo, 705 W. Cheatnut at , Loulifllle, Ky. and your money will be refunded. For Nalc or Iiea.se s two-third- s i)Mi-ii7- , 28-- it J For aale by McRoberta A Htazi;, Stanford. A. Ortind omIliiatIon JOURNAL i JVO.4raau4 aat la mm aauairlur. " f Cmttt la TO DAT8V we foftlltly rcoreMead youHi atthvlMtt itnitr known to u lA (oaorrhvra KB Vrdaalajtaa IJjUtiii Chtmlwl e. Wahite toM coailUr able, ta.lta Try t at hti gtvf a latitUcticD. Jb tUk, Alratt lluJkjn. N. ant ;it. MYERS HOTEL, THE INTERIOR OtnelnnaUIHIi frk t.OA. ARBUCKLES' name on a package of COFFEE Is a guar an too of oxcollonco. And the LoultYllle- STANFORD. KT. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Weekly Courier - Journal This Old and Well - KnowD One year for only the pricepanere for little mors than or one. Hotel Still Maintains iti High Reputation, By paying us you will reoelra for one year wo u. AND ARIOSA COFFEE Is kopt In all first-cla3toro3 from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. ss Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it 8hall be deoond to no Goantrr Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointmenti, or Attention to Comfort of their Queits ntatet. Tboae who copy (the Courier-Journ- your home paper with the l, the repreaenutlTa newtpaper of the South, democrat. Icandforatarlfl for rerenue onl, and the boat, brlgbteatand ableat lamlly weekfy In the United Courler-Journa- W dealre to can doaoat thla offloe. mimlm u,nnl. Eski-Bclic- r, SALESMEN To aollclt orders tor our reliable Nursery 8tock. Good Salary and Expenses or Commission. Permanent employment guaranteed. Addroaa atones, COFFEE is novor good whon oxposod to tho air. Always buy this brand In hermetically Boaled ONE POUND PACKAGES. pro-ou- president. BafCM will b tomitjti to and from the 4i nee of ehar'e. Hpeclal aeeontmodatl oil to Commercial Tratelere. The Bar will Iwayi aipplled with the eholceit brand of Llqiort aad CUart. statins 2".' HSKLL suje, A' llo n'L.iM), Nurserymen, t. Loula,Mo