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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888010301 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 1888 $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. Semt'lteeUii titefio VOL. XVI. GEORGE O. BARNES GOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING HEWSYNOIES. GARRARD COUNTY OEPARTMSNT. - oufna Administrator's Notice. All persons lioMInz eccounts against David Hpoontmor, ileo'il, wilt prevent them to tne properly proven and pay merit. JOIIM X Nl'UOXAMOOltE, Administrator David tjpoonauoore. I "'L STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1888. The Kln if Hpain i j t bptfinnlnu' to talk; xnd, youtii ho i,Jie talk Hpin-I'- h. Clunhinati William I lerritf, who killed bin wife and hr at Hi Krunr.i', Ark,, we finked by vijiia it. on Tuday nliiht Tho town of Houtui, Lt , wa nearly wiped ou' hy fire Friday nuht, 123 hotiae heitu' h irn.d, catitin a Iih $101) O'Ji), pir-imou- r NO. 295. StockbolderSaMeeting. A niwtloit of the stockholders of the National BaDkoflluitnnvllla will be bld at their banking bouixin Huiloti'llliiou thn2dTunda In Janua ry, l&ss, for the purpow of electing nine Direct or! to itiiTo tie enaulnii jear 2S3-lW. UOCIKIt, Cashier. d Lancaster. HORRIBLE ! Et.SE The rain of Htturday rituht emrled the atrcama end filled the pouda in this vicinity. Tho board of eupervUnr of Garrard county meet to day to raiee property val Lightning Expresses on tho Cincinnati Southern Collide, Causing Terrible Slaughter and Distruc-tion- rclr 292-4- 1 I'llAXHiS THIS wo LOltll. 1837. a ft r. i ! V i' 1 V bw w r MASrBBSO.f TRYION. Cincinnati Southern. The first nen ra It. H.IMUKRSOLL. thai 20 persons had been killed, including 1NGERS0LL & PEYTON, Stockholders Meeting. our townsman, Jame Severance, and' over . ATTORNEYS'AT-LAW100 wounded hy Ihe collieiou of the limited et A meeting of the stockhotdrs of the Farmers lightning express train at a point no me 20 banking held at will KNOXVILUR, TENN. N atlonal Bonk tho ltdboTuesday their January, home IMS, In (Stanford on In mile below Somereet, when they were run for the purposed electing nine Directors to serre trieeosutug jeir. nine at GO mile an hour. This wa an ex 289-tJ B.OW8LEV, Cashier. Alltuslnnu Intrusted to us will be cirelully (tggeration but BUbeqient reports made the and promptly ittended to. Alter which tnr I named Htuart Johnfon. mailer out little leea Horrible lt seems Hcive rUhW in the estahlihm'nt. good uiiny o( my people here and I will, HOUSE, WALTON'S OPERA Tne cchool taught at the Pleasant Hill that the train dispatcher had ordered the The rate from Liutev'lle to announce that I will preson in lit loitrl-hoi- is Htn FrancUco rained from D )tly Ilrown, ctoeed train to pas at Sitnmil, hut one of the -- school house hy Mr. This to notlfr the public that we will Inot per $3i 00 to S 02 STaNKOKD. ey. tin at 2 o'clock, and aUo at ntk-lilaat week. Tue average attendance for the engineer miatook the name for Somertt mil any hunting or any other treapasslng on our GO, and ticket to all point in California uiui) hour," A tiunti, m it pul.- had will advance (tension wa 1') pupil per day end the trains cam? toeether with all the farms, but we will punish any person or persons WALTON BBOS. - - Proprietors. $20 nn the round-trip- . to trespassing to the full eztentot the law. l, lollorfrd this announcement1 ceased to aeaian-e- d force of their powerful momentum, ehatter -- Cupt. M Salter is lemporerily Anthony, Kan. a, i tryinic to Ret the Nov. 1, 1887. A .UEH'JPKI'ITjEH. wall were "tout arid the roof did ing them almost and wrecking a number of bat the Size of Stage, 20x60. Eight complete sett ol Scan. to duty at Curley' dtRtillery, vice Ja. county eal from II rpr, although at the V..Si. Si'OOXASlOUE. cry. Seating capacity, Including gallery, Mo not fill in. killed there lat Friday cih, some of which were burned. Four ftlteaarnabl rto to tool attractions. A.Jl.FEIsAXD, election the latter recived 300 inajirity, Hunter, who was Then iny"pirlt lietnlirred within me" poi- - persona were killed outright and 15 woundJf. It. ZIITjIjKK, alk'uinn fraud and tiillot lux atutHii by or Cirdweli. HI friends hope the f VI I, f,f A. JT HECK. ed, five of the Utter dying since. Jame I epoke boldly at Iht 2 l M. eoreiee, on the Harperittii. tion will he permanent. the proper on terrance or (he LORD'S Hup Severance, of Stanford, euffored concussion A half century ago the 1st day of Jtn. Virll Hewitt, now Deputy Iamrance E. big ouo in LsncMter. Oa with (fioeion of the brain and died Sun per shuwiiiK that in it (rue import it C Successors to Wallace A Cochran, nii'iilmloner, has hea nppjln'ei Asit waanlwayisa our disease ainillen bjtl me tut heal lb 513 4th St, Louisville, 7., that day everybody wno owed a debt paid day night at Simerset, where meet of the atit Auditor of S.ale, to UCceod Cnarle H. Three email it?, and purity for our defiled, eiu infected (Irren, who retired the fir I of the yer it; there was a general rquaring up all wounded were brought. DANVIL.I.E, 111. wound are on hia head, but other oule. toaccrpt the oflice of Tobtcco In.pMtor on round. Tnoae were good old daya. THE GENTS' FURNISHER We only had wren eerTicss in Kieclua Garrard county cornea in for her there wie he la not at all dtotigured. Hie moththe LMiiaville break. Has reuioTed to his decant now bulldlog oppo AM) AOKNTH FOR THE o, for we only remained four dayis. Trie in everything At the republican legisla- er, Brother Will and Dr. Peyton went at site the (ost tficaand Is than ever preparwent John Nrth, of I'.iiladefphia, accommodate the cloKini: insetinc wai at 2 r M , yesterday week Hon. once to hia side, but he never rallied or ed U Photographs to litepublic with Que picture tive caucus in Frankfort last IX:IANAIOiMS I.ACMMeY. from sin, Satisfaction guar-teohome drunk and jiarreled with hi wife. We left for Durant hy the eauie train we W.O Bradley was nominated for Sun tor, recognizid any of them. Attempting lo etrikej her, the blow fell up X1T313 ir. The other killed are Le Withrow, bagcame down, the G:30 mall. Two day of Miss Ella Watson for librarian end W. O, 8UIWJEON DENTIST, gage master, Ludlow; L. Cillsn, baggage Tiilainouaty diabolical weather, out on the tub in her arms, crushing it ekull, Dunlap for clerk, all of Garrard. most Toe mteer ..--- -. KKHTUCKr. STANKOKO, factored, drath initneliately fjllowini;. n . B Powell, B. A O. When the element of the four W Htti i 'rejoiced becauee a meeter, Ludlow; George ahte wretch became frantic when he retl messenger, Madisonviile. O ; H. Can-de- e, Office south side Msln, two doors above depot at. the houtiei was crowds!. Kocimko I all certain preacher the other day, at one of 13T J fireman, Ludlow; Miea Jerele Green, right "All the king.' lore and ill the ced hi crime. ihe chitrche here, referred to the L. A N. Accord in t( lo Djn A Oi , the failure kioK'a men" can't Ml up "I)ioii" on hi tailrjidn.n grasping monopoly. George Chattanooga; Pat Taylor, engineer train 1, Ut yetr numbered 290 Im than 1SSS, but ay the K. C haa been ) much abueed it Simcreet. Among the wounded are E J. pedestal auln. In many, many heart the llahilitle are $V1 000,000 in ezce. In Praise the loud: doe him (.cod to hesr another road get it Robert, mail agent, leg and arm broken; The partnpmhlp heretofore eziitlng under tbe firm Dame of June A Kulberhaa tuts day dissolved cjlor 1837 there were O.O'.tt failure and $1(1,. in the neck. Mr. nnd Mr J II. Avery, Covington, bid-lToe crucial lent was well put by by mutual cot sent, Mr. Henry Kulber retiring. &G0D11 liablltlb-H- . In 1SSG the failure Locisvillk, Ky. l 1.. W.Jonea assumes all liabilities and collect ecalded; Engineer Michael, leg broken; d brother, whocilleJ to.ee me. 1 anointThe young men of the Lancaster Soaccounts. E. If. JOXES, were 0,3d 1 and liabilities $114 011,117. ed him for a lame le. "DejV msklu' n cial Club gave in elegant banquet at the Joseph Ilepp, Covington, severely hurl; KEN'S IlKnlti FULItER. Tne f lilur'M in the UjiteJ Bute averiired Crab Orchard, Ky. Dec. 12, 1887. about lettln' 'em out," Milier Hotel on Friday night to the yoong W E Jackaon, expre uieenger, badly Kteat dm one in 111 pereon. ladle of the Club and a few viriting friende, bruised; Pat Murphy, Junction City, leg was the way he put it. I told hlui if "ibey" All persons haying accounts with Jones & Another wreck ocrurred on the Ghic-Rif- e come forwaid and eettle by January 1st, would ooly wake aa great a "boog-- a boo" Tne menu wn prepared by Mre. Pattie broken and Conductor Shrum, whose mia Undorvvoar, 18S3. ss the firm's business must be settled at once. Atlantic roid at K'lilts, I a J. A 293-H. W.J. about keeping them from going in, they Miller, the lioness, and that ia aa much as take caused the accident, internally injured HoBiory, brakeman and n csr of cattle were burned Seveittl of the killed were burned with the would do the LOUD bettei evrfiee, Ah, to ay that it was perfect in every reepect-TherGlovos, Meadyllle, Va . a freight to a crinp. O.her person are missing and C.W. METCALF, JR., wreck. were about 00 guelH present. me! To think that cood people eo cooly and a "lbunderboli"expre collide! with they aleo are euppoeed to be burned. The acquicce in that truly ferocious doclrltte til Fine Custom Shirts, Alfoirej Ht I.atr and Ileal s-a diautrou crih,oo tli New Yjrk, I'enn HUS70NVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY . accident ia the moat horrible that ever oc the LOHD'rJ peopling the infernal region, liate aylyania A Olio road Five peraona were MY 8PEC1ALTY, The iceeaon jet kick eo Tigorouely at lit emptying killed nntrlitht and lr were bsdlv hurt. i brought to a eud-de- curred in Kentucky nnd might have been A.1I 110 U I IV r JL. KY. them. We forget we are sinners "sated by eland etill Friday evening The rain ayoided but for having names and atationa tth and Main. Tne detail of the dtnanter are terrible. Will practice In anr court In Eastern Kentuckr. trace" ourreUe', and actually think the of that night wae very abundant and Dwell- mo near alike on piper. Dr. Peyton eaye Frank Canwiv, kecp'r of McKenna'e Exainlnatlo sot laud iIiIps matte a specialty. Any folks icut to hell are wnrie than we hy n ed the stream to eucti an extent as to defy that the Hick family, tne Porches nnd eliHtracis uf tluiher, aval, ilmlr snu mineral billiard hall, wa fatally .hot at Richmond lauds for sain. lnf.iruitlon lurulsbid nn any ture. There ia euch a lot of thla ploua the inteneecold of Hiiudsy and the eight others, of Sjmeret, did all in ,tbeir power A. (23l-t- ) s illclted point nnd by Ujuub While, Jr, a asddler. The to help the unfortunates nnd their friende, "cod.ush ariitocracy" feeling in theciiurch. following. of prlc of the cme trublu It km uncouclouly expressed by another Conway ijiew out u the Oar stirring young trader, grocer, while the doctor labored with the greatest applied epithet to While and. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL who was orerhranl ten to ameliorate the condition of the colored brother, druggixt, As, celebrated New Year'a mornthe bill pmi; throuh the left wounded tllating hi disapprobation of Uro. Hirnen wliol, ing by exhibiting to hi friende another And tbe Louisvill- etamdallr opening an ilHant Ilnnl .Spring and White and tillering the lunu. b'uiunior Milliter) , including all 'em out." "You arm doctrine about Mii II tan, Urge and likely, intelligent for d Tied to Kt into the counJimmie Severance went at once at Courier-Journ- al needn't tell ine," he .aid lo hi companion, her me, noil pretty for her opportunities The Latest Novcltis of the Season. Evincing in eome meaure the eetima-l- i ty Jill, b'lt the tirnker, eeeiui; he wi indignantly; "eupposin' I wa in hnayen Tone" is one of our most hustling citidrunk, did not biirre hi slorr that he zens. held in in wiiich Jimmie Severance wa Also Notions, such as Uandkerchlefs. Collars One year for only 83 two pspers for little and you in tie oder place, do you etippo' I You an.t Cutis Ku niu Corf ts, liustlt, mora tban tbe price of one. had lot a uian, nnd drove him away. The railroad collision of Saturday iu thi community, the following resoluwill And ui at tn fwui lauiljr TacaUnl by Smiwould want you to come and eel down by were pated by a meeting of a large le, .t Wairu, 1. x . t .1 int. M;ur House. brought aorrow lo our county. Young Mr. tion I6i-2By paying us J3 you will rewlTe lor one year ine, after you bud been in dah? No eili! DXNULLE. HOrti CtlUVr HATE IH'OiHiitAlt. Severance win widely known and highly number of tho young men of Stanford eoou your home paper with the the on you and I wouldn't I'd email de tinyt raprosoDuttiTnnowipaperof tho South, deuioirat-icuu- d A "Crackenele" puiy wa nittn by esteemed in thie community, while Mr. after thn ead new of bis death reached il", for a tariff for revenue only, aud tha boat, j be happy any ruo. It ain't reasonable ' Ji'cWtrti, That in the death of our dear ongniGii ami numsi lamuy weoxiy in ine uiiuca Mist Mamie McUiberts I'nurdiiv nU'ht. Withrow, who formerly lived among us, redolent of hum ail naturo thai tx, Mates. Thoso who desire to examine s sample and associate, Jimmie Sever- copy of tha 15 yotnn; peup e weM in attend-aand inarrird hare, was universally beloved young filt-ncan do so at thl often Un't I ? 1 wa a drke mI.I it, but he Aluut co. Hi wife, who was Mies ance, an irreparable lose i etistained by hie and deservedly ro. for hi whilo lirelhrtn too. That U spoke liti. Dtvid Feniie'y, prej'u'eot of St. of this companion, hi family aud the communithe wretched principle that bars Ihe wut to Mary'e Cilleije, wa in town Tliurrday, tne Nannie, daughter of John Hu'ton, plce, died some two year eince at Ludlow ty. A a friend bejwiaever true; a a eon ao7 reform of released conTtct from jiil eueat of Kev. A. J. Hndy. Mr. Frank leaving three iutereetinc children, now unil brother kind and loving; a a companor pinttenljary. VauWiakle, who Iihh been in Trnnere ion, tilwrtVH cheerful, generous, considerate doubly urphiifcd. IK'OM-- 'IT TS M'K.Xl.TID. Havptr'tH Hare you neen l)eoiher' for euine mouth, I at home nn a visit, All the l'ATTK'N'? v- -ti til.'i iiueilnrliiktUe wur hoop is not nnd (aiiltfiil; jr a christian highly exemTim ", Hare yuu read Wjll Uirlelun' touculnj; rear for nothing . ww: .f fr m jPO to iM by A pantomimic representation of K'p a it wa a week ago. plary in nil hi duties and deportment; u')H.'rll)Iiig fur story in rhyme, that ko over thla very Vn Winkle wi tivuu at the I) tat and heard h frequently ekull was bonoriirila, high minded )and chivalrous; pclni? If not, buy or borrow and read it. Diuih IfiMiliile Thuralay evenin. Prof Toe negro Jonn Ilrowu, whoee infoisr Journal Ths caved in by n blow from Jim Helm's gun, in ojin"M relation he exhibited a courle-when point tut; 1 hare often been akud, J. II. Yi;rr had entree of tne minute is thought le be in a precariou condition, 4NO and ciapictty ofthe hluheet order out the ecrlpturAl distinction bslwetm law mriii and all of the pirforuier were In hie stidddn aul itiexprrsibly sad bin 1 beuere there is no precelent for an of Ojd; punHhment and puuiebmenl, law mote we, hi voting ao:ttvt and friende, injury on the head having ever proved faof the devil. ''Would you then uulocK all Mr Le Withrow, the hau'iire meter one of tho race. Hence it in not prob ('tier to hi father, uioihr, brother and i TsjTrisi,-tho penitentiaries nnd ill and vomit win w killfd ui the colli.ion between the tal lo whatever of coieolation there ia in nble that S ihn'n eoilt, lice that of his im forth upon 'respectable society' the content fa-- t train below SjuJereat on Saturday waa Willi Twelve Orders for Cut Pper Piitsrnsof mortal prototype aw4 camesake of Harper' dnoere ymtathy. of crime? ' I anawer "No! for a tiiimbu of yean i your own titer tioo and of nny X'Zt. of ine citmn of Danville, Ftrry fame, will be doomed lo an intermt-riaUlC. O. Caihon, E. O Walton, but not, an you Mtippow, hioauiie the jil where ho ihh ever been Himlly remember- - , B0TK PnPLlCATIOfS, 0HE YER, K. G. Hail, niJiMAnic, Hardin, "in arching oo," kpinic Htep to the bird are hj had, hut beoaun 're'ptotitble el. He drove the between here nnd V. 1J. Walton, 1W B. McKinukv. music ot tha ep.ierej. TiioKun n riwpl octetj' K so had. If it km wt.l it elionld V.Mi...l.lt ...ui ft..iuip.ld liAlwuun liitrM $3,50 (THREE FIFTY), Committee. U ..1 U.P i be eyiupjihetif. forgiving, fell ileprecuto-r- y l..iwif.. vhri illMjt aQ IJinker Wtlgiw, uf Lsxlnglon, and I have advice Irjul Frankfort that a audOod-lik- e, I would not only wnptv eml vsar iiiro. wa a Mih iiuton, of Liu Bute Teaiilier' Asioctatiou avtll convene owner olln Ltkeie" Hiutl, haa bought fjr a nioael" Contracted Scratchei, Sciatica, the JMl, hut would "iitwuro oolu, uetr llilnlonvillti l Muscles, etalliou of Sprains, there February 10m. T.ia addres ot wel E it Lawrenci', a ttn Lumbago, of itnuieditte and r aill llio Atnprnvstitsas. the rcforuMtioo. -I- )-. I'lnaite V. Jackson tiled uddn-l- come will Ds delivered by Eruptions, Strains, liuckner. M'UjIluugh, nf Min t. for T5 000. pruon. Cost m .isss biii'-- , I'ii,ai, tDiriin,i I zTtranv Rheumatism, of efery 1,001) diechurue! 9'J9 out Hoof All, .it his tiiime on the Porryvitle turnptice Stitches, ATTHACTION'', Bern!) 'iVMMa aMTI"TI' SflKV. Judge Hiilloch, the lather of the ediliMtiou-aUnioaprt- s I I ttia hearileiinaMuf "riiipeolaula TIW(, Atl Ib'l KIil.li IISTTtU. Screw Buzkltiis'sArnica Salre, ern StiffJoints, Scalds, 8tturdaf oreiiint:, itw UwiU'it of heirt i 1 Hurt 'lit n will. Original Sfrvl Zi'iifids--(iin Ke.ituoky will preside over TUelisstailvo to th Jwirld" for Cuts, Uruls(, Worms, Backache, eott.ty" that hohU the pior, ruleiied con . iHI l'trtiitrf mul Btlngs, A native of lliurbon county, Dr. it, J'tiOlvfi'iirm: Swinney, Galls, Bites, " j jwun ctum t Omvil e wnin n y.iiioir. the body. Many ol Ihexreaier luht at Sores, Ulcs'J, ilt ll'.heii ii, Kever Sores, Tetter. hit HootfeH'A, milium It tilt' Mnilrt Mmiu. way tias.arvd hi time, "U vict, Saddle Galls. Brnlsos, Sores, to bj prmsnt and Ohii'pvl Msnt, Chilblains, Cjras, ami nil Hkln tlm' of .tmffiw. length, nnd mKe return lo repectatnlitj, mtttiind li'reidei here and in Die onun the eyst.'Ui arerspecteil Iiicli Mnelii m tnlii" a f upon order rutMliu; Piles. pay Spavin Bunions, . f ai , ,1'ii'Hi llli,ti..'L-i- l tin- In . hit to 1. it is doped thai teachers aud educator Kruptlou,nni;poitlTely cure Piles, or nosatisfaco( the one aehopeleseH tha restoration Cracks. Hi.- - fnh "ii Corns, ty aim i conlltiuobsly eer etnue. Djring It lsBiiaratilel ti ijlve perfect i..tai , In thut nnmliir. mil all purls of the S.ue will b found in ut milking tion, or m iy refjaled, l'r!oe,23 cents per box. en- - o' tne T m f il. a l'i" fallen wonnnj thl human hearllesuets, llH pro(ional CireiT tia sto )il in tno hud Iroui THIS COOD OLD STAND-B' i!iih- rinllms tii 'r O jr ounty liaaa Urge num I'or Sale hy A. It..Ponyf Stanford, Ky. attetidarica. atitillnl ,i.t J) ;MO't il's M.lNiril.Y !. ji turns the man lo a demon, rolegites him lo amotu' physician a id eure Jtn Ab ui 12o accompllsl.es for everybody cinctly what Isclalmed ".bc - j,r.i-- t It l,iii ihu whom I should he proud lu forlt. Ono of tho reasons for tho great popularity ol the penitentiary worse than when he uamo years go he retired from tio pnitesi(iii beraf tetcierr, Wonderful Cures. iht- In- -t TWO Du.lor m ("in.iiti'lon, . meet tliurt; mid I Uope all who can will !!l b l!m'li iy tbo Mustanit Liniment I foundlults universal IViT I'sinlM Miwuinc -i- mt W. I). Ilajt .t Cj.,fVh lies i'o and Retail ou ; and eends the poor lot gtrl, on 'iho aud since Iheti eutp'ovel himself lu the It Is continually npplicnblllty. Kvorybodr needs such a medicine. lh.nl veitr of Itntnt, Oa., say: tVeharj ban selling Dr. prostltiii' gmvo. Head minsgeuieiit ol hie lar.'e estate. He wa a ume their iirraiKementrt tu be on hatid. plat Itnt th" liad sml mm V' t to ehort Una" to the Tim IiUUibernmirneeOslt In case of accident. L waHuiusJ ui Dive Yan.ielt'a Uhcovery, Klectrlc Hitters and of t'ainlly IVrlmili s' It nm'it'ns Ti m!r l'i'-- "' Kliifi's Ner M amble" nd ii Tlic lliuiumvll'o ncoda it for general family use. Victor lluo' "L iiiiiirtu, PxlHk lu. iis ('in.Tiit'v prliittil jihI fully quiet, tindeiuontntivo man, but 8 live tor l.iur yoara. Hto nenr aa a prenia TlieCnimlcrnecUitt for blstcamsand lila men. of hi erperienc I'dl'-li- u 'jJ W. J. liniliss 1). imr"t, tlnutritisl thrilling, awful relation. No! respectable fir Htrong couv.ciion upon all ture riUer of tuts dead. .Mr inference I handled rumodles that sell sj avll, or kIto euch Kv Yort. Tho .llccbuulo needa It always on his work There liaro been some u lit venal iitlslac lu'l. .NO BY SPECIAL AC.REEMEMT COMmNLO bench. eoclety is too thoroughly bad, to try nny eobjcie. AUuough belonging lo no relig' wateruielou vouderfiil curat elKiclel bfj'thco medicines in (hat had Cur'ie Uihlwell' WOll 1ME TI10 miner needs It In casoot emergency. n euch dangerou experiments. Ii cannot lie tou Ir. ct, he wa a firm believer in ihe TI10 patch been guarded by livaly artillery dur- this illy. 8reral cnwiof prouoiuoed coiuump- - Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Tsar, trusted yet. Dill, ih.mk Ood, thi ie ol needs It In his bouse, bta atabla, Tlie a' IruthH of religion and wa a con ing Hie ouitiryo doctor' oolle.'e diay, tho lion luTelkocn eutlreiyjcuro t by use of a tev botand bis stockyard. Wnsn heaven i reach the earth, taken In tle of Dr. Klr.ii' Now Dlscov-retint reader ol tha rcriimtreH. He waa the The SteninbonHTinn or llio ltonlmnta needs tho poor unci and early medical preceptor of Ihe crop would nave averaged uuru eatiefacto bat ready to welcnoiM IVoguarautee them with K'cctrtc llltturs. d we shall it In liberal supply afloat and aahorc. Irily, lluteccind, if not eober, thought, alwa). Sold by A, It. fruny, Stanford, Ky. need It tt la bis beat Tlie Itorae-fniiclrouls who have gone over the long, rough lam !). John I). Jokon, whoae death i road: wtwe Is a frlrnd nnl eafcat rellauce. In" trodden the 'biirnlug . Il ..!.. .. ..... Lu t r litil lllilTudd. eaved ii on oue occ aston, wheu a party , hav Personal. namo on a package of COFFEE neesla It--It will eavo Wua The Stocu-sroaaguarantoo of excellence Jloblle, Als., writes: Mr. N. H.iVro'ilIchJ-.sln.jo- f marl" before they "walked the golden lot. Dr. Jacirson' funeral Is ael for today;, tuoiiaaiida of dollars aud a world of trouble leaiptiog enclosure, held a consultation 1 tategtnat pleasure In recoiumeodlDij Dr. King's The ltnltroud iiitin ncods It and will ncod It so) etreels," ami ihero will be no danger of tUB' doctor' (Monday) at 10 o'clock, rhere will be augge.tiou, I Near Ulsovery for Coiiiuiuplloc, having used it Bl lone as his life ts a round of Occidents and dangers. o zation in the heswenlv realm, for we brio! roligl on. tartlet, by Rev. I . T. Hale, Tho llnckwoodsinnu needs It. TlicroUuoth-lusllkfor a severe attack of Bronchitis and Catarrh. Jt btok U) jffn for unoinw It ns an nutidoto for tho dangers to lira, ball "know even as we ere known;" we of ihe Uiptint etiuren, uiian which tha re make, the garu uie Uatant roltef aud entirely cured mo aud limb and comfort which surround tbo pioneer. God le Live and Nothing mains will h lulurnd in the cemetery by before tbey could feel prepared to is kopt In all first-clas- s COFFEE aball kno our I have not beeu allllcted since. 1 also beg to state T!io Merchiint needs It about Ida store nmonR ntt.icc in force. Bui that driuk eived tbe that I bad tried other remedies with no good lt. storoa from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. Eleo, and all the saved a, alike, "(.innera 'l bta employees. Awldenla will happen, ail vhea two brotlier, who died many melons on that occasion. Hare also used Klectrlc Hitters and Dr. I whit we lorget, these como the Mustang Mnlment Is wanted atonce. eaveii by grace." Thin yeiua ago. Thefollowing nanud gentleKing's New Ufa Pills, Id orwhlcb I can recoui. Kerpu llotlleliitUe House. 'Tlatho bestot" the devil' h ami men havoheen Beleoted aa pall beirers: The steamer Ojeanlc, from Cnlua aud ueud. end, fornetliug, play into eeonamy. Oko O. IUunkh Keep n Ilottlo In llio l'nctory. Itslmmedlaie Ever lu Jesus, M eari U. I), and A B. Ligan, Ore. J. M. Jipan. ieiiuarantined at Han Francleco, a Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Is novor good when exposed to tho nlr. saves pnln and loss of wirfc. W. rJ. Itw) caes uf email pox were discovered Coughs and Colds is sold on; a positive guuraniee. Always buy thlsbrandlnhormetloally mm In ca taot accident H McMurlry, Meiar Haccharlno, produced from coal tar, is Meyer and L Kri llottle AlafuvaliathoStnblofor Trial bottle at A. lt. Peiiuy'a Drug Slow. among the steerage paasuauera. eoalod ONE POUND PACKAGES. Lyne nnd J. B, McFerran. attai when avnnied. threo hundred limea iweelir than iugr P more-keepe- r, jjlnt coin Sunday morning gelding of Lexington, one threeyesr-ol- d at the .NWtliodiet ciiircli, munlon nertlce for$lir, a Hi mix luli-iTnolliornf iheliu'nf M.ictell where the Presiding K lef, A. Krentrtiah is expected by the half breed, at Pierre, Dtk , wh mkn up, on llietlutU of Writ Ln;wler to day, Mo.idsjr, on Ihe Rate ui practical asrtnon when Ihit jhiMtly epw ail of 11 eknlet.nn church stesard'. Tan communion w ad was revealed, partof their customer to pay up. ministered on Ihe lain liar, iinsatiafactor W.O Smith went to 8omret yeiter-da- y, The Pdonitylania rtllroad comptny N) mention uf, o wall. lines wa all kno M inday. R L II 'ttl nnd family left ha innuurated h ytm of navin luns whit I beliere to be, the rati lmprt of the for it employes and will (Iv3 them Inler-e- yesterday for HprlngGld, which place will I did rather a "cheeky" llni; ordinance be fiere future home. on depoit. Hie iina after all the eerrlces were orr The wife of J B Jjhoston presented -- H.0 Cirdweli, a clerk In n dUllllery tor Rava out hi apiwlntinenla tar tho week a Oimp NUon, killed Jime htm with & ten pound hoy on HaturJay Hunter, the and then the l'reebylerian preacher ktc night, for a Nsw Year's gift, Tin younc in a quarrel oyer their re I rose and eald, "I eee a hie, attended mer-chi- Duiiant, MiJ,Djc. 22, (Continued from last lue.) . FOK HAJaW I Onoofthe Moat Desirable Building Lots in Stanford, Boutti ilda Main street, opposite Christian church lot and adjoining tbe Pmabyterlin church lot. I'or terras, price, iVe , call on U-- o. I) Wptren. Uf. II O Arnold, Jr, eoll 7. ck Smiley, Stockholders Meeting, A meeting of the stockholder o( the First National Hank will Im held at their hanktog bouse In Htanlord on theVd Tuetday la January, 1858, lor the purpo of electing elercu Directors lo seTT the pnsuing jtar 18a-t- d JA Mils SEYEK IXfiE Amonff the DCAD n Saturday night our cltizece were etarlled by the rep rt of a terrible accident on the 2CMf JKXKIX Jf. 1'KAitKX. JOHN J. McllOHEnT8, Cashier. ptnrr 1 1 t, J H. FOX, WOOD WALLACE, fr PIIOTOGIIAIMIER, nurpjiAN, Ei-pree- tfOTICJB! y a-- Fine Furnishings, Ful-bcru'- 31 Nr e sea n li .Kul, TE. Grand Combination corrp-oiiii'ti- zl Weekly Courier-Journa- l, H-j- n d Courier-Journ- SUCCESS. s ERFUL blood-curdli- y Imihll BEAST! jGITiOrSSt's cuiw-poo- lH i"t"J yaga n e Mexican Mustang si a- Liniment if, ear-nh- LJ TI2EJ BE y 0r. e .- 111 i 1 11 111 1 nni.HfiH-iMii.il- 1 1 - Y Drtift-gU- ti, lr'rt Mh.-i.zIi- i vi distln-gui-lie- d lMoiieornoedalt-can'tgetnlonirwIth- out y, I fl ARSUCKLES' ARIOSA er 1 ; de-ino- '. drk re-u- the-idno- 111 COFFEE I.J s The Case of Mr Davison, party. They entertain toward that individ- protect tho citizsn in the enjoyment of Al the meeting of the present Genmal ual neither personal ill will nor tbe slight that which is already his. S3 it is that government is founded not Assembly of Kentucky a protest against est envy of bis doublo honor and his tfsaCKl CsadaV me Boating oi u. ai, jjarison as the mem- double "profit." But was he "'fairly elect in lbs virtues, but in tbe vices of mankind, - January Stanford, Ky 3. 1888 ber from Lincoln county was presented to ed?" The answer will depend, not so much and in this vicious state taxes are nucessa tne House of Representative, iialtig n on one's politics, as npon one's morals. ry because and only becsuss government is matter in which our readers are more or There were two candidates for the legisla- neo)ary. It sooins, therefore, irresistaMy We drslre to call your attention to ourlreih and W. P. WALTON. loss concerned we publish the protest and ture that had bson before the people for rue true both as a moral and a political the names of tbe signers It reads ai fo- weeks Dr Pettus, the democratio nomi- proposition that taxes should not be im Gov. BuCKXEu't) meegiKe Is n production llow: nee, and a so called independent. The re posed beyond the amount whioh is abso2o the House of Representatives of the Gen publicans had made no nomination. Mr. lutely necessary to maintain the govern- - OI orc-r- dmcrlralon, which we keep conatantly on hand, aod aik you to come and examine It as well ai of which any wau uiiijnt be proud. It shows a tborjuuh knowledge of ttie status eral A&tcmbly of Aentucky: It were it proper office to foster uudnsjrftitM citlzins of Lincoln Davison, an active worker for the republi- -l I moot. If fc5 We, .. the of State afitir and tils miirxestlons are county ttie would respectfully protect agtinst can aisle ticket, anJ coalman of the one element of soolety expend of an timely, well ojnsulere J ami in the iniin G. M Davison taking his seat in thellouso county committeo, sought the democratic other; to require the doctor to pay tithes to Which no retail tiouw ran compete wlth.JJ While you ound, wawlllihowyou th such as oui;ht to be adopted N) ptrt of of Representatives as the representative of nominee, voluntarily pn. fibred his cordial the lawyer; to make the farmer feed the the public badness is overlooked mid the thi citinly, lor tne following leaion: i!. support, nod assured hi in aain and again, shoemaker gratis; to compal the ,fidi)ler to alleged election in ih beauty of it is ttiat there is no Induluenca csuie at 1SS7,time of his We are agenla for, Ilia Uit In the market; alio the he held the office of master indeeJ up to the last moment, that he had furnish the roin and the cat gut to the August, abjut initio ml aftiirs. He ommlsduner at the Lincoln Circuit Court fixed his own party friends so that they dancer, or, in fioe, to pull thn dirt from in pappy-coc- k IMPROVED WATER ELUVATOR, commends the wisdom o( th former lejjis under appointment of is October teru.. would either not vote at all in the legisla- Jones' stalk of corn t) hill up llrown'scab lalure io adopting a new revenue law which 1SS0, a enpv of which accompanies thin tive race or vote fur Dr. Pettus, and that bge-head- ; then government should enlarge Soraetblin: now and norel and the finest thing of theklnd In use. Inourllna ot Hpstlnu and Cook protect. He 1ms eincn held the office, exMoves, wa ran plnlhe moat fsilldloua Ip In ban resulted in h more equitable assessment rUaud mato.nud eiistlallrpan, Healing btor, to ..... ercised its duties and received its emolii. he would be triumphantly elected. He the range of taxation. B it the true limit ,ic., anil III UCl ,iu .uiiiniiiuioiiniim, l liriw w KMII L.1IMO, and made a balance of $107iS4 S3 in plsce unienta and does to the date of this protoat sought some half dtziii of Pettus' most ac of legislation is reached before we go this there ia srarrolr aiivtlitnit wo navn'i Roi mat Is aUTthlni;" nuar our line. Corns In when you are In town and wo shall tie delighted to ma ton pleosnt lir jou Verr trulr. of the dtficit of previous years, A few as shown bv nodes of sales nivertised to tive supporters and day after day made to far. In tha history of every people thern fc g amendments may ba necessary, but cue be made by him aa muster commissioner them the same assurances is a psriod of time organ their He was uever aforesaid, cople of which are enclosed. i zed government. should be tukeu nut tomidify the pnoci In our own case, that We base this protest on Art. 2, Sec. 27, announced at all as a candidate except by pal features of the biii. Attention is of the Cinstltutlnn and upon Ghapt. 81, 8ec. the ticket', at the heel of which his name period is almost within memory. Looking called to the unnecessary expenditures iin (5 of the Qsnsral Statutes of Ksntumty. r. REID. hail been secretly printed. Ha denied that totheendof establishing a constitution, W. II. BIGGINS, Seo'j aud Trtm A, 0. SINE, Sup't. A R. Penny. posed for criminal proecution, record W. G. Wflch, he was a candidate or that ho would be, our forefathers, as we reverently call them, J W Alcorn, books and idiols and he sugests restrictive W. P Walton. until confronted with oue of these tickets asembled to take cojnsel and concessions Thomas Richards. legislature on the subject of guards for The nnlv point made, it will be observed, accidentally obtained the evening before from each other. Suppo'e some one or prisoner. All tinea should be immediate is that Mr Davison is, under the constitu- the election. The people had no oppoitti more of them had said: Let us form a gov ly covered into the treasury and the officers tion nf Kentucky, ineligible to this post nity to canvass his fitness for the place, nor ernment for the general good under which entitled by law to percentiles fnitn I heal ba lion, because nf the fact that ho is now, and bis views of public policy, if he had any, the cardinal rights of every man is protect paid by warrants from the auditor, became was at the time of his electiop, Master and many doubtless, in voting the republied and which will, nl the aauie lime, remuch of the fiocs collected are now never Commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court. can ticket, furnished them at the polls, yot quire a certain portion of the commnhy to accounted for. ' He calls attention to the This will not, of course, he denied by him ml for him witho it being aware of it. In pay a tribute to another portion. Would Olanufactiircra ot- unconstitutionality of net exempting pri- and the issue therefore is purely and solely the light of these facts, which are notorious the constitution have ever beeu formed on vate propsrty from fixation, recommends one of law. If the two offices of represen and indi'piitnble, we l.ambly venture to such bash? Surely noil And yet thai the examination of the accounts of the aud- tative and mister commissioner can be held think that lu the meaning attached to it by principle is exactly the oue advocated by itor and treasurer a til a thorough revision by the same person and at the ssme time, honorable people he was not fairly elected. the republican parly and by an inennsider I MTHIIKIf, .MOPI.!H.N, KtV. of the criminal laws. Assassination and then Mr. Davison is our representative and Hut the friends of Mr D.avison complain able number of traitors spying around In burglary, when accompanied bv arson, en wo have naught to eay against it. If. how of this protest for the reason that eyery the democratic camp. Manufactories am dangering life, should ba punished with ever, be cannot hold bath offices without a thing short of felony, is permissible in good thin, and being so, they are able tu exceptional severity and n statute pissed violation of thn fundimeaial law of the politics, and that Mr Davison shrewdness stand of their own strength. Religion ia a defining clearly what cases are bailable. State, which every good citiassn snould de in hoodwinking the democrats is rather good thing better in fact than certain pro The growing evil of bribery in elections is (end, and which every member of the creditable io him than otherwise Very tected industries but government ought dwelt upon and tl e suggestion made that is sworn to defend, then assuredly well, then. Adopting this somewhat er- not and cannot tax the people for Its sup the briber should sufiVr even more severely he is not the representative of this county ratic ethical view, why do you complain put. Kren doctors may hi considered a ! than the bribed. and the House at Frankfort ahould so ad gentlemen? If it was fair in Davison to fairly decent sort of people, engaged inprac Upon the exercise of the pirdoning powjudge Tbe sovereign peiple surely had down us in August by stratey, isn't it ticing an honorable profession. As a class, er, the governor is peculiarly level headed. the power to prescribe the qualifications of equally fair for us to down him now, if we they are considered somewhat necessary to Applications for it are always ex parte their representatives, and just as they did can, by Ian? Or has the cherished axiom a community. But when the public health statements and ofien untrue, and he asks prescribe in the constitution that no person suddenly become untrue that "what is is distressingly good, aod the profession bethat in order that he may act fairly in all should be a representative who was not 24 sauce for tbe goos should be sauco for the comes financially as weak as the "infant industries" of a young country, should the cases, thai a law be pissed making it the yejMof age or who had not been a citizsu gandei?" . .. .v I jt duty of the prosecuting attorney to forward of the State two years, so they choee to ia government hasten to its relief by imacting Others are saying, as we learn, that it him a statement of what was proved in the prescribe, and for good and sound too late now and this objection should have a law that the mercantile, agricultural and reason', case, when on trial. He is greatly pleased that no person could hold this office and been made bafore the election. To thee it manufacturing elements of the communitv with the labors of the railroad comtnissiou another at the eame lime. Art. 2, Sec, 27 is a sufficient answer to say that owing to shall pty it a tribute to keep it out o and wants their powers considerably en- of the constitution says; "X) pereon while tbe tactics nf Mr. Dtvinii, to which we bankruptc)? larged, their office located at Frankfort and he holds or exercises any effico of prjfit have already referred, it was impossible to Tne Intkuiok Jobhnal ba a modest sufficient salary fixed t'lju-tif- y one of the under this commonwealth or under the urge this or any other objection to him bo pretension to being a public instilutiuii. Il commissioners at leant in devoting his en- government of the Utiilel States, shall be fore the election. continued to stumble along the highway of tire lime to his duties. The public build eligib c to the General Assembly, except We have thougnt it proper, and due the journalistic life at $'2 per annum, furnish ings should be thoroughly repaired, enlsrg attorneys at law, justices of the peace and parties to the protest to say this much. ing its proprietor cold potato for his sup ed and improved; the Bureau of Agriculmilitia offijers." The substquent proceedings will interest us per and a clean shirt on Sunday morning. ture ahould be abolished and its duties Sec. G, Chap. 81 of the General Statutes, no more than they should interest all other Ia its impersonal way of thinking, it hato the Agricultural mid Mechanical declares, "A peruou folding an office, post citizins who believe in upright methods tha vanity to believe that it is nf some adWill itlwitjN lin on Intuit a Itirm' mill rsflrol Iluo of" Fiirul. College, and th-- 1 institution be conor employment under this State or the U and are jealous of theirconstitutional guar vantage to its home people. Would It not verted into a school of technology, where S , which is incompatible with a eeat in the antiea. Too muter has now been called to be well to have, for its special benefit, a Inrti mid l'iultrtMter'M UimhIm. My prlrvn will lui nn loir im hiicIi KMlft can l Ixiuulit In Hi, fjivw ui a irlul you mining, mechanics, engineering, as well as legislature, nhall nut be voted for aa Senatbe attention of tbe legislature. That body, chapter of protective legislation say, an ivlll 1m coailiiccd Hint 1 m1I loucr than tli 1imhI. ami agriculture mav be taught. Tue building tor or Representative until he has resigned representing the sovereignly of a great act compelling each subscriber to pay the of an asylum for colored lunatics is urged his office, nor until a duplicate of his res- Slate, will, it is to be supposed, meet the proprietor, in addition to the subscription and its immediate construction BUggssted ignation haj been filed in the court of the question fquarelv and dispose of it imparprice, a bonus nf 50 csntr? It i an "in He wants theeffics of Iopector of Pub'ic county of his residence, and all votes given tially and pisily. Whatever mty be the fant industry"; it gives employment In Works and Instiiiitii m creatad, eo that the for him before such resignation is so filed outcome, the "disgruntled politicians," who wage workers; it furnishes reading matUr otate" property and interests nny bs bet shall bevold" Tue question thus is a sim have in good faith submitted the issue, can to thn people, and il even publishes dally THAT ter looked after; a special tax for the sup ple one. I the position of master com aflurd to preserve their tempers anil keep forecasts of the weather. Ciue, give us legislative protection Di not make fiih ol port of the 8ute guard and a law inflicting misMoner ''an office under the common- on their shirts. one industry and llsi of anothei! a heavy penalty for the raising of military wealth," and is it an office of profii?'' That hnebooters vs free .Tracers, Seriously, these are the principles concompanies except under express authority it is a post of "profit" en not ba doubted. HAVKTtie conclusion is foregone. All specu- tended f r by the advocates of a protective He concratiilale the State on I er liberal Trio eagerness with which it is sought, and appropriation for public education, the fees which litigants are by law com- lation as to the character of the issue in thn tariff". Lst thoea who advocate a system of direct which is ureater than any other, with pos pelled to pay to Commissioners, are quite approaching campaign is past. As certain such gross iotquality and bald injnsiicti eibfy tv?o exceptions, reaching last year to conclusive of this point. Is it then an of ly ns that water seeks its level, so surely do arrange themselves in lino with the states , in True democracy will $1,247,798 40, Tr.e insurance department fice uuder tbe commonwealth? To us it political q lestioos adj 1st themselves to the man from Msins. V fl should be raised to the dignity of a separ- ejeius perfectly clear that it is. In the temper and the necessities of the times. huve none nf it must count Wnat biota It that wn ate and independent one, with the commis first plnce the Cimmissioner is created by The dav of mere sentiment is over and an aud clean ou era of econjmics is upin us. We are on are called free trader? It ia well. Lit sioner appointed by the executive law, and is not, as some affect to think, tbe out-pu- t It is ofmble sig The rapid ircrease of the of coal, mere creature of a circuit juJge "Etch the threshold of a readjustment of party us aceppt the nam. which last year amounted to 44 830.000 Circuit Conn shall appoint a Master Com- lines. The question of the amount and uiQcince. Freedom to ek the marts of bust els, ie verr gratifying and every at- missioner for bUcn court," Sjc 1, Cuap. 75, the purpose of Federal taxation nod the the world; freedom It carry the fltg of Having ircurd the flervices of C F KENT, a praotical Watchmaker with tention should be given to improving the General Statutes. Tee same section evi- method of its adjustment is now supersed American commerce into everv se; free many jcarV eperienof. all work will ba tlono with neatness and diipatch, sanitary condition of the mines and lessening dently thought it had created an office for ing all other; and political parties will ar- dum to advance the a andards of American fully insured. Spectacles ai tl Eye Qlaises to suit the eye. range themselves on the nno side or the civilisation beyond all known border I tbe dangers of their operation. He recom it provides that tbe commissioner shall not meeds that any appropriation made for the "continue in office" more than four years other of the issues involved. Beginning Freedom of trade; freedom of epeecr ; fre branch penitentiary should be to complete Tne same chapter enumerates the impor- with the goolly year of 1S3S, the demo- dom of the preest; freedom of religion the portion now under contract, before any tant cutiei of this offijs, provides for its cratic party ahould give forth no unLertain these are the offspring of free Institutions, attempt at enlarging it. The excellent con fees, ami rrqilires the lucuuibsol to execute sound. Its principles rightly understood, the vestal virgins which guard the hnly fires its leachings fairlv considered, its traditions of civil liberty ditiou of the Frankfort penitentiary is ciui ii bond, not to the judge, but "to the (Ciuoinnati New Orlouns and Toxas Paolllo Hailway.) Bearing a bsnner to tin Ft mented upon, tt c librarian is corn liinent Commonwealth of Kentucky" for the faith- - honestly applied, jointly and severally inculcate the doctrine of the lowest rate of principles, defeat uiidrr it would be prefer ed and the angles ion mils tint tne State fill discharge of his duties Io the case of uiui Lino to Now sliouid hive a vole rqnal to the amount of Duulap vs Ksnncdy (10 Dash 540) our taxation compatible with tbe public need; able to victory uuder Rim)allim. A vie East, (Jiilm, Sou Mi West. stock she holds in selecting officers for turn Court of Appeals, too, teemed to think it the application o the fuad raised by taxa- torv based on Irga'ized thievery would, in tion to the maintenance of givernmeut its lastii g shame and infamy, scaicely be Measpike In protect her ioterests. was an olfije, for in that cast; tbey epeak of ures looking to prejerving the existing for the mister cjuimissioner being regularly and government oni.; and the imposition oyershad.iwed by the disjraceful vir'uncs CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT OCT. 2, '87. of tax upon ill se articles wiucn can, wun which immvjv. ests from needles destruction and pravid tie crunk of thn Duke of A'va en "induce 1 into ofli je," of his beiug removed ItlMIt 111" Injur (he bur abled him to nchievs in the Netherlsnils TTlAI.N'rtriOUri!. ing for tbe encouraging of planting trees, "from office," and alsa of his "term of of the least detriment to society, riUlNKM) .fll." : .i Mu7. Nti, I. !ti 5. He thinks the Secretary of dee." Ak'ain, to a plain uudershindmz it deu of the levy, Io a special sense, all The battle is now oul Sutllers aud ciuip ru o. ... .. are euggestt-u- ' ftfAl-tDN.No. Ui.ll ie a burden which .IO, i foil iwers to the reail rally. 'Kx. riu j Usilr. Dally. Stale ie too porly ptld and wants his aala would seem that master commissioners "ure taxation is an evil. Il liallj. !allr. of society take upon them Move out the women and childien and 7 85 a rn I 03 p ii. ry increased to a sum commensurate with as much officers in the meaning of the con the members 00 p in 7 ft, a hi l.'vc...Clnclmi.iil, .a' 12 pin io 3A atlll filftiuii selves in consideration of the benefits which home guarits tho a'sauli is ordered! 11 7!U 7 Sill, in II .'i) l)il lu IS mil' Illii;tiin IMpml I iSpm! (Mu in 4 15 i. his duties, Tne elections under the luctl stittiuon as are attorneys at law, end yet I M p lu I W 'J 10 p in m II ?a a iii lunctliiu Clir -- iS i iii " government confers. What are these bene io i. in a 20 a in. I SO ii 0 10 a m :i IS p in "Forward, liravucliauiploni, to tbe light! Gftpuil option Uw should be fixed no as not to oc- the trainers of the cjnstitution in the secOakdtln .. .. JSJpm II '.'5 a in fi't-blOa Tne protection which a government Hound trumpeu (Jod defsnd tbe right!" cur on the day of any other election, einie tion arwe q loted eidenily dusmad attor-uey- n Al'v.. Cliattuiiii4 I7ei 7 IU l tu a uT, '' a no p ui to a cilizsn in the peacableenj ijment gives D 30 p 11 '..... 015um 6l p m It-.- . HiHlUr.oK. 'ty the objects are of a moral rather than ot a "ofli :er," because in tne same sec"' I 1 - .. A'ir . .Atl.ml of life, liberty and property. Thk promotion f Mr Stuart R Knott ' ..... s i I'm il Hi pm Lie nlrmliijhoiu ..Ar't IIiAui 3 .10 a m political character. A special fund to be tion they thought il necesory to expressly Paople are not presumed to hav, in fact from assistant to Vice President Smith io C8'ii m,l2 II a in Tim mm 12 mu I II k K used for the detection of crime anJ arrest except thurn from its operation. In short, AKTOll (.m..i thev do not have any object in the forma- the position of (Inner! Triflb Ayeut of t. e : ... . . Yuri eukigexled and the evils of to our mind, at lent, tner-- ) saeuH of criu nitidis io be no 11 (Kiii m 1 Wa m A'rv ,'ti. S 3" HI lb IV) p ui of government other than the attain- entire L. & N. SrH'eru, is most thnrouuhlv special legislation appropriately discussed. doubt wnntever that Mr. Dvton as com tion L'to .. llfrlillnn A'r. deserved lis is an excellent railroad man. ti m . tu Vua'p'i'u 3 30 a tu 0 3 a m A'lv. New Orl, uu .l. Private bills cover 2 1G3 p'gea of the Ac a misiioner held an office of pioSt under the ment of theie ends. V each individual of 4 50 a nrl.'ve... . Mir itltn ... A'rT lOIHIp u a community could protect him elf in those exrceilinglv sfTihlo and acrnmuiodailns, 8 Ma ai l.'vu. .. Javkkbii . . ! IS .a rr of the last L'gislaiurtmud public ac a but Slate when he was voted for in representaill .. II COa m l.'r Vck.iiiuK' sud all who know him wil pjiice at his i Op lu 274. The Kowbii county lawlestues is tive, and is therefore as plainly disqualified abtolute rights as well without as with a . t Vi i iii l.'vo Munron In US u in will hi Mr. Huiltli's 818 ji in Arr. Mir'TH(,rt government, then government wou.d ha a rise W A. fl 'Si . ill CuUimenltd uu aid deplored and a thor- irom taking his ssat as if ho were an " Jlann lloiitlnlr Uuat niepln Cr email iliriiugn iralm, curse, uui he needs an arm stronger than chief clerk in trm future. aubj-.c- t ough investigation oi the wuole foreigner or only 20 ybars of to guard his life against the assisu his ' " lolu"1 . i0nlit.Vriy,.7BH,:;iptManj'i,,f( . Ouit dear friend, Miiru Crfi, wis nn recommended wuti a viosr of talcing sucn age We may add that we are sustained in 'Jsnsral OlUrtw, Hi. I'atil HullJInj. Wi.t Koiirtli Hlreat, (.'Inrinnatl, Oblo. action us may best euforce the law aid this view by the opinion of confessedly the in; to guard his libertv against the despo'; elected assistant clerk of the House, hut he to guard bis property againat the robbor still hulds tbe more honorable n I exallrd aalntaiu tue digoity and luipirlUlity of fir- -t lawyer in the State. This guard he is willing to pay foi; his inoltion of editor of a capital uespper, Sjme foolish friend of Mr, Davison late tbe iudiciary. He desires a severd penalty terest demands that he shall pay for it, and one fnr which he is very eminently fitted affixed lor any failure of official duty and ly telegraphed a republican paper al Cinin orgaiizid society, pay for it by and whlci he fills with credit to himeelf tne judici al ejecting from office of suoh de cinnati that "the whole thing is tbe result he does, paying taxes In other words, the citizen and to the delight of his purons and his He thinks that the attorney of personal malice, and is simply an out lmqueuis. general should le made the head of a de- rageous effort on the part of a lot of dis- buys his peace. Rob Roy levied a tribute friends, partment of justice and that prosecuting gruntled politicians to Wt a republican on the low lands of Scotland. History calls The public debt red uc. ion fur December il blackmail. But in consideration of it, attorneys be subordinate to and make full I hay received and still racelvlni reports to it. Tne geological survey has who has been fairly elected to office." This, this Highland chieftain not only refused to ia over $15,000,000 and the reduction for bean of incalculable advantage to the Sta e as Miss Murdstone remarked to Miss Trot harry the lands of the lowland laird, but thn calendar year $117 016 000. The counlid it ought to bj liberally provided for, wood on a memorable occasion, is either protected him against the raids of other try ssetns to be dolntr pretty well notwith and the pay of tbe director increased. insanity or intoxication. The gentle'meu Comprising th best In tha market, which will I several suggestions for cresting who signed freebooters. Government proceeds similar- BtandfnK ttie demoirata are in power. the protest did so in language sew fllcea and raising salaries, tne people ly. Its true function is, not to give to tbe There are now 11 222 pensioners in QottBi) Up in Style and Mako Sooond to Mono in City or will bb pleased with the message and proud reipectful bo'.h to Mr. Davison and to tbe Country of the grand old wood inV bar legislature, aod because thev concelrerf It citizjn, for it has nothing to give, but to Kentucky, an increasa of 2,357 during tbe Give Me Trial. placed in tbe high portion which be eo duty, whicn, ascitlnns, they owed to the reacu forth its strong arm, nourished and, year. The total amount disburse b.y the Htate, and as democrat! they owed to their g attained by tbe tribute (tax) exacted, and Louisville agency is $2 380,044 99 signally honors. Smi-9IcekIinterioraur- Alien flea 11 Complete Line of Groceries Oiii tools of Harclwrae, Olivc'i Chilled and JKiupcrial IMown, ., ..... ante-datin- HOC!iKI. RKKaHT. PLANING MILL CO. IMSlIIj KiinIi, Flooring, Weathcrboarding, Ceiling, Joor.s and ISIhitf.s always in Mode. iiNnEruv- re FUENITUEE STORE .s-.-- MACK JlUITFiHAIV, lroiii'foi--. mi I I ed .tlt,. M'ROBERTS & STAGG, -- a im& mmwEwmmT i Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, 1 he-iv- Queen and Crescent Quickest South Texas, ionte. cor-erral- el Shortest Orlouns. Florida, i:ai I lllj. I - M fip i ( ' i i '. i . nd on H. C. RCJPIjiEY, mi:kuuant taii.ok. I3ar-riogt- New Goods for Fall and Winter bu - 't Stmi4fiBccl.li! Infcrijnr Journal !.- i (V The Leiillature iflcted an omanizition at Hipkina-tIII- o Friday by electing the clTicera nominated succeeded lit ontflcling aiz violators " of the prohibition law, w io were fi led in bv the democratic catici. In the Houee The L A N tins completed a branoh II in l!iu J'liinmn, of Nleon, waa choaen hi UualnoBB Monrmor. to (Springfield and put on ita firnt regular the aggregate $1 580. Oily on ptld S. O. WALTON. fhe,Jhe other went to J ill lor 05 to 250 Speaker. Hi ia lea th.tn 29 yeira ol age, (rnin Saturday. daya each. TuntVi tlia wiy to mike law but haa 'erred a previona term, when he developed 'ttong evldencea of rttle'in'n-ehi- p Foi'NU in the Opra Houee a feather fan, breaking odioii, Janaury 3, 1848 Stanford, Ky., 1H DHALB and prived himself a c iff fill and which the owner can get by kissing (he Titr. apeech ot K.i. J Q Montijoinery piiimtaking leiitntor. A lawyer by prn- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and IninirieM manager ycettirday wan mainly iluviitd to pfoinit feaion, and n poliiioUn br irtlure, he ia Fancy Articles. ruhllMliril 'larndau (i l(I Friday t John Hockkh, thu Hi year old negro thnt the prohibition Itw lind accotnplihpd neVerlhwIe a capital nun and will mako boy who ataya nt Nunnelluy'a liver Htahle, much i(ood in dux otloty, not ao much a n cood Speaker. O ir old friend, Ureen K I'll valet am' preacrlptlom accurately compounded Alto wn kickrd by a horro yesterday, breaking we could winri. but fully n much m he ex H'J 1'liUlA.NNUMi OAHll. wa Keller, we are gld reelected ria , , f r a a a! L , li isTf HS3z UPTJrsn llirt le( j'lll atove thu Htlkl. peeled. We UKree wilh the Kenlleinan tnat Clerk. J.tiuei K Htone, nf Breckenrtdge, It underatood It we credit tint U.60 wilt be drunlpiiuit ha biau nit wa chonen lioth crimo and demanded. Hoberl nd it clerl ; Capt. containing $10 50 Lost A pickdi-btio- k tprlally decreed and f ir one we are fo.r Tyler, of Bullitt, .rgeant at arma, and J. The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, ami home paper. Lint it either at tie de that liw and nil nthera rigidly I'. Dtwaon, of flinipnon, The Jewelry and Silverware pot here or on train between hire and Cor-bit. v. toot. r 20 republican went likf neep fir Oen Lave at thin (llii mid receivo lib than liter bought to tuli market Price - JCl r. m Mull train KuInK North- Fry MAR HI AGES. Speaker, W.G. D.in'up, of (1 ir i a tba Loweit. Watchci. Clocks nml Jowolrr Be P. M ernl rewind Houtn palrrvl on ihnrt notlm and Warrant). . n II ' . .. tupieta train' "nuih.. ... (Jeuue W Gentry, rard, for Clerk and -- Mr, John O. litiwu and Mte T. ICIizi ... " Nmii ...... Hix nharea of Firm NiIioiiaI Bank atock 4 S? A. U . our reelected col ired Uteuiatl, for door Ucal Knight Norlli lo day at Joua ere, foul ly Ht,b kniMMii to Ctl T 1 both Aker will ba marii-GUAM ItUUlll keeper. Three notic-- a of prileat were file I , iMiti. The latter traluaalao carry Hill at SHU and the dividend. J II I'll-io- n thBii Aker'. Wolsr one againat (). M. D.ivion. from thla counThoavO'e la calculst! ui auadard ilia. Ollnon, who U 82 and a Mr. ai lit to name 10 alinrei at $110 without I im It Afoul ?n mlnut- on the ground nf ineligibility b?ctie "! widower, tot liconee yaierday to marry ty, . the illTldend. be held at (he time nf Ida election Hnd con Mi Kittle Cjllin, n epiuaier of 45 K. C, LOCAL TIME CARD. linnet, to hold thn '.dice of inaater citnra ia Tiifiik la no mill in tnia oeciion prouder Citinty ClerK Nichuh Nonet durinc eioner. In the Senate Harry Glenn, of of the Cnri'lmtH itl that he rrceived than the paat year ninety-ni- ne marriage licenee Train leaves Itowlau.l t7.'W a. M.and rsturus at of Nicbnla, waa tinanim iuly re elected Mr C. It. HirrlK. liix wife pioienlcd him - 63 to white P M. penaoiiR and 40 to colored. with a 11 pound boy Friday and he Ima Clerk; Win. Cromwell, of Frankfnrl, aen-Utuville Advocate. named him Hiui, in liounr of liii brother. ant clurk; T. W. OiiIp, of Lawrence, LOCAt NOTICES. Nolvtithelnndini; the price of a ir.arri and Jjeph B Had, of Lou- Tiite election of ofli 'era for Hope Lodge, ne licenee han bten increased to $2, mar Buy ynur ecli'inl hook and chool aup inville, door keeper. After Ihe swearing in pliri Irom A. It. Penny No 11) Knikf Ma of Honor, resulted a ful ryinit wn brlaker in L neon I nil year Ihni weaage of the member, the, governor' W ATOHM And Jewelry repaired on ahor I iwe: Tnoi. Klchaul. I).; A. C. Sine, V I).; for eeveral yeara. Citinty Clerk CI. li. wa rece'eed and read lo Ihe Houe by the cotictj and warranted by A. K. Penny. (I. II. Bruce, A. I) ; A. A Warren, It ; Oto. Cooer ixrtied duriui; 1887, 152 licenee Clerk. N ithlng of importance can he done A COMM.KTB "took ot jewelry, lair-- l I) Wcaren, F II; J. J Mcltoberta, lr. 110 lo while and 42 tu Mucks, nainat 02 A. till the OKinuihtee are appjinled, J an adTie. Kockford watchea a tMciiilly. to Ihe former mid and 39 to the Milter in journment wa had until K Penny. q TllR regular eemt annual eelilement time TitK firm of Penny A McAINler haing ia nt band and 1 urne thoee Indebted lo me 1880 Mr. Jimee Reynold, of L'ncoln, and eclllrt dissolved, the hccnimle nr rendy KtV AUVf UT14i.)IKTS. to come forward and aettle at once a I hui Mini Ante M Mercer, were marriel at the merit. Come at oncii anil eeltle. You may Breiilly in need of money Din't wail and renideuue of Wra Mercer, Dec 21). Mr. ave r.Mi, let inn ak you for it. but elep up like a I'orch j DHTJ T3T,TVTrP I A leaiiltnre In a very Wtli Tnomaa and Mi Uxii XVDIN la Mrablo part of town with PER SO HAL. man and pay m. Very Truly. II C. Kit-IIMr. E were married al the rci denre nf alz r)nia Ixwlile the Kitchen , a larpj rich gantiin VJi-t- f om-erael aiucbcil. Apply to II O. CUAIU. MiiH. Or Cot i.i.rriurned loHiaufoid. W. l'.irch, in Ihi place on the ?8 TilK Uinka ehow up wiiu yool report. wan H'pjrter Mk. ICC. KonTK, of T nOT I Thre apolteJ Poland China Kowa, The Farmer National of H'auMrd wlih hero lai-- t wtrk JjUoli welnhlDKl6O,W)aud300p(iunta withDEATHS. imih nrarriiiinvl urn! entlt In rlent ear Any InCoi.. J. H. TiKUY, of lliroourfllle, $200,000 capital, earnml Sl.'l O'JS.It') durinc leaillogln their recoveiy w II be thank IIih lat eix month, paid n 4 per Cent, div -- Sexton J. M. Ileiidrickn informa ua lorina'lo -- i In town Kiturdy. wia fully mclTed. J. II BWUrK, uanviue. , and carried -- Mil V. H Fox that 22 adult ami 10 children weie burled !' Mt Vernon idend, taxe, premium, HH $1 (KM) to eurpltH. Plie HiMionville Na( in IJutlilo Cemetery laet year, Thia 1 a u Friday. S"nal, w down 'i l)n J V. DicKHiooN, of ihe Ilirbour tonal on $.r0 000 capita! named $387188, fewer number luau for yeara and there ha THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. paid H per cent dividend and other Ue- - been no burial euici Oct. 29. fllle yarn ewnt CnrUluia with hl The greateat reilnctlon In price ever known at uianda and addel $1,000 to eurplti. The Mr. Lucy II.. wife ot Gen. T. T Gt WAl.TKil KIKI.ua' flratclaaa .hoetin; anJ repair l.rur hon Tlnltiklnir mi Irlfltul. for their of thu Firt Nuional of ri.aiilonl, $250 000 ctpi-ta- l, rard, and well knovn here wbete alie had Mim Mattib 0vnt.KY, ona All klnJa of I aullclt llin Mine In the lu lire. earned $l.'l5t:i 01) declatrd !! psr cent, many frieadi, dttd al liar home in returned to beat or atyle and warranted lo work dune In Ihe oin;y, ban Uuni'Kt i;ir! l'i In Iron or or tlividemi, ii.uk $1000 lo Hurpluu, camel week. Sue waa a very excel' giToRilf(llon wan- nn pay. Anytnlug ho couvlnc. give ma tria. anil wo jJ that you C3UK'n liuiil'e teifrdy. over $l!W 10 .nd paid other nucewary llaupy New Verr loyou all. of the ed. leni lady and a devout member and Miea Llll MllH. JtUTII IIOI'KIKH WAliTKit 1'IKIsl, TurnersTille. chutcti Great Hympalhy ia fell ot II .pkiiiavili- -. are Kile- - nt A SKiuoUi nicidmi alo occurred nn the here lur the general a lid bia children In Mr. O. ! K Mlif. LUOVJollNHONand Mle Moliie L. V N., a Him old yeir went out. An eX their m1 ttereaveiuenl. ran into a Ure 'I UK de4tli of Jamea Severance, o eud Herey have beu iHini Ihelr jnrtn a, tru freight eouih-biiinTliriCSD 1Y, AX. 12.1SSS. rook mar ltridk'e N i, li on Cleir Fork, den and no nwlul, f il'a like a pill on (he t d al.d Mre. J. M. HXy. my lata real Jenc on HanglnK Fork Hlver, I At which threw ihi ermine the tricK. OF- Mi KI.I.A Wathom, a Inrelr yiiung ran a abort diatiDceon otf liea and It eutire com in liuty. Yjuug, aepiruig and c.i mile wot of "inturd. Unco ii county, I will oimy pcraonal proiwrty then pible, mortl, religl ma and octl, he waa a ler to the hlithes' bidder, tlie fir ady of Lvicir. atltigot Household and witchen furniture, nf the LluioU- - t'irnr4 doerri an embiiikmeni, wreokin,; It general favorite in the liutue of hi birth ro'ia ( every kind, Uye ft luck. by IHn republio-in-- t KarmiiiK linpla'urDla r:rrin and a di ten car. K ik'iner M. F. Htwt and genuine eurrow la full al hi untimely Ac Tenua nude knowu on day of sale ti re ,l.Tf.t.Vf.t i'KKh.. Jan 1, 16 two iya he aw it e rocic IaII juat atiji'i of mm, tuning i tl. The eldeat eon of Mr. and Mr Haiuh.V who ban for the clone to dj anything ve to reveree hi Joaepi Se7eraiiC4, he w iii. mother' f.t TMf been aMi'iniK Mr J A. Cirpenler rl li o Xiea.se ! of the iiflice at eii!iii. A it tnrnel oer he jumped and vortie anJ the blow to them bath, especial oharcr Ihf deMit, ban In tl u lall broke ilia rli;hl arm and o her ly lo her, i heartrending to conleuipl He. I , Central Hotel, Williamsburg-- Ky. c'auih-ter- , wiee minted hiineelf, but Hid Jeunint;a, fireMay the God of coneoiation atietaln them Miw. J' lift A AI.I.KN and little l property very dcalrablo piece Thla h len l'ilintf man, and Al Ciuiden, brakeuiau, went in thie fearful hour Jim had but recent- and willHoteltold acheap aud on enay termoli, if told at I.illie, Ua COICXKKon I) B. djwn with tier, the former being badly hurt ly obtained the aiiualiuu of mail mtu'enger once. 1'or paitlculara call at Hotel or Mr, hm D 11 A ihi' nek.- Wllluiuatiurg, Kr or N. A. Klchiid'on, Mrrla, 2SI-aOolll the back and hipn and tha latter hav-iii- c on the Snlthern, but he applied hiiueell 7o5 W. Cde.tnut at , LoulaTtlle, Ky. K porter It- a email bine of hia rii;hl arm broken. Todd, paeaed theaeyeral o Ihorotighli tlut - Kntir.KT Lit. I'trrrn ami Tallnn 1SSS. ' ,'" Ciirit-c- ia A tramp won w on the train i uii nini; exiiminalion porftctly und eubaiitted eome of M'li"i. -' It waa a terri eogjeaiioiie wnich ihe euperintendent read Mr. W N I'l'i', io f.llnr ot and eilppiMed In be killed wttli ! b'y narrow eerape and the wonder I that ily adopted, Ciriatmaa day nt the rite' named. all were not killed oinrii-ht- . ha li jDig and dined at the writer' hotita, and IllltMtrittL'ai. Mil W. H W'AJ.TOX nflbU lli-(1 w never aiw him m lively and hoieful Mr(!rer. a eerured II rviirh Tl(KHckholilera of Ihe Iloililiiu and Harper' Wreklv ha a well estahllahed p'ac ai in lh. (Jornmeni I'riiiiliiif Oflrir at Wv.i Saving Aorittun ho wed t tetr coi fi lend and ao proud ol m .ucC4-- a in hi new po-- s the leading liluatr'nl newapiper In America The lion. A member of the C:iriian church lalrneea ul Ita ed inrUl comment on current pollof inilon ard will lea,e in n few itaye. it in a boiy, in the olil board by Ilea hav ean.id lur It thu leaped and ountMence I K ter Jthn A. eince he wai ahle lo understand ua import, all luiparll.it im 1m nnd the vuriuiy anl excelTil r. la 'in oftne!ai) by majo title of aho It oiX). to eerve a diInclude serial ul ' he hooored hi(aiber and mother b; obsy lenceahnrt ita littrary cmitrma, which moat fMno, aeeiiiip uited by Oen. and John Al rector for the eit'iiiug year. They are ainrir hy ihe txat and aid people ol the widest writer. Tex, where G Welch, Smith Irwin, J C Fioioice, J Ing their precept and foil iwing in their ranwe of 8 It fornthe p ruaaluf nm pie menu are irn (iann, have removed i puraulia ian-prn'ldcd, and uo expenae la apartd to they will mike their fu'ilic home fl'aria N. Meni c, E II. II iruetde, II. J. Drai, foittepi. He waa nearly 23 year of age hr iijihe hlgti.tt nnlernl artilc ahlllty io tear I - w. of J A.Cirpenter, .M. F. Jfulet and W l and be waa one of the few buy who never utoii ihe Illustration of thu cha tittul pbua.aUar-pra FrrU, all Its feature ' hlatorr Ml"H AnSIK VlXXJHM. f Walton. Theee gentlemen met Saturday a iwed hi wild oala, Thu remain arrived home and Ibielsn ad'ilrahly inadapted lot a wella Sue Hiul ami Kve HH nod MMrn. Hall, night and reorganized by Gecdng Cil, yeaterday and will to inltrred in Huflalo come gueat In every hutneuold. y, after eer Cemetery at 11 o'cl- ck Owe'ey. Hr.liii ami WM'on Httendel tbe Weleh, preaident, J C F.orencj, vice pre Ilweie F rrin by Mi moo by E ders. Hillou, Mnrtgomery and eleL'int party ui"i Idant, A A. Warren, eecre'ary, nnd W, M I'KS YUAR, Gibaon. iiik'i. at Junction Hiy Frld II ight, treaaurer, all re election except H 10 Harp r' Weekly Sit UiltHJi. llarwr' Magmlnq (he vice president. Meer iiurnaide, Men. W Harper's Ma tar LOCAL AFFAIRS. efte and Irwin were appointed a financial Kev 1 G. E Aiiui receivuil a nice book Harj-er'1 00 Younx Pioplc committee and Cirpenter and Walton, with from Air. Weiren and a $12 eunyclopedin A HAITV NkW YkaH to nut readerr! Puatacii freo 1 all aiiliacrihers lu the United e the 'ecrrlary and Iteaeurer, a epecial from Mr. Drotiangb for 0'iriatiua prHenl. Statta, l'nad or Moilo Banana, Malaga OUANOIM, App'e. The Voluinia ot the Weekly bfg n with the first to prepare a atateni nt of the conSaturday w Ihe 50 h year of the nuinhcr furJatiniryol eacn yeir. When no lime Grape-- , Fg. I)ue. 'Jo"oanuta al H 8 My dition of the aoctHiio'i and reiiort next prieethood of Iip Leo XIII nnd Ihe event luintlomd, a atrlpiloua whl belu wltn the it the lima ol receipt of order. ei Saturday ntgbt. C muling in initiation ceremony in with Lr-a- t Wwily, for three wi. 8 relebrited Hound Voluiu ol Harjict' lately ocajuni. a the earning eeem lo liuve at the .oie-roeyrara hiik, lu n l c oth binding, will In acnt hy Foil Itul, ll Houiei Htid eleewhere. potan ul orbyexprwa, lie ol txnenae nail. ed ti- - I'iinj' Drug Hnr. P.ieeinn Jan, ra e nt 20 per ier,t per annum 'i hero will Im an impnrtint church (provided mi Ire it noes not tixceed one dollar Vul .me. 1 ier volum) lor J7 J inn Uaujcinian TiikCoNCJHT glyen by liie Iulie Aid meeting at lliptiei church next p.tlunUy at Cloth caws furejch volume, suit ihle for bind Sicieiyol Hie t'iritin church under tho 2.10 l'.M Tte oluircli roll will lu called Int; will he aent ny uiall, ptitpaiJ, on recti ul SI YiiU will eavemxt hy puviiKlh aconiuit organis'ii ltcuvtietic a almntd ha mad by postoitlca money I'enuy & MoAlieter if mit ervUigti of Mr J me 1. Iliiley, aa nini the church mire thoro'ighly j .i nK ih- - Hroi ol 1(1 on'cr dr.iit to mud chd'ny, ol I si Henry UiugliBiun, j for the yenr'a work AH uifuilipr rrqiieift br Meedame iew$.s,pera ere not o c.ipv thla lertleiiicni y.i.l pay before J in wltliujt tueexpre ordr oi iUrpcr A Uroiher.. h"i K. Iliilluiiii und J hn S ll'ighc. waa ; ml to oom' Addtesa lUuTEUA tlUUrilblla New 'iork. (The 'Weekly Edition of tlie Oommeioial Gazette.) Ownso to IhMiiBHiu in J miei Sever iiim n uioiu Iban lleualty credil:tble eptertain-mi- u LAN0 STOCK AUO CRVP th Maninril Male Anademy will not ol the kind and wa apparontly viell 1SS. fi. II UatiJiiMii euid to a Tenneesee until lo iiinirnw S J Pu'liim nnjijed by tne crowd that attended, ! It Stands on the Top Shelf in Character, ptrly a irk for $100. out wild lertihle A Hi' ng the lea lire wn ti ohoril br little YllK old year w.n - E. II Ilnrii'ide aold lo John Sandike It is ihe Beat Newspaper, girl and hoy, who, on. would Ihvh IllllslIMtlVti ! howl.Muurdiv bdiu hi Pl'it of wind, b.taie hurdty md i tir.iuil a tote; h veailing colt by Ftrrii' Gilt Elge, (or thou h ,culd It is a Republican Paper, rain ml "Ue: aa illaigrBeahle a Aver came. lla'pei'i Majailno Is mi orgn ol progreailvo whletling onar h lbs "F.rmer 11 iy," $250. Tne new yar atatied ciui o'nar, n iwevcr, t'te Smdidgo bmctht o' W M I Ktr thuiiut and iiintiiiieut it. eery drparnuent nt C T It is the Family Paper, mtrjotlou It will c nilnln. du- 1'iriut'in, Ernei VV.,rren, Hledaio llle, Hoili!e with ilmnrimiy ai 3r ml vier.Uf wi lie, of Rowling G'OB.i, co'tibiml atalli in. nug th.t'mltu jear I purmnl arlli'ia, auperniy Bailoy, Keiie); the recllaHon by Mm It is the Soldier's Paper, illuatr.itul, on itielir nt H'ml; articles ou Amer dl.to, wnli he ieiiiprturr'2l al 7 o'ulnulc. Tne borne' 10 hand" high, fir $1 SKO tcanaiid fureiu tudiiairt; h. huiIIiHIj tlluairated V ilideeer, wt o nut onlv acquit e Tlirt S'gn'U Sirvice predlu.o.1 yea'enUy Mallie It is the Farmer's Paper, rmui) ia Hanilet D'nm.trK, hr Kmg Dm pippis ou irotland, Norway bwicifiiil, Airier. i t)relfcnaruiiuiilv, Init to'tked likewise in thu Vpt Indlea; now novela tiy WliiWm 111 ck lair and warmer weather rn by old Lxlnglon, hiki i I) llnnella; uovelletlea, each (umple'e in M , mark, out of aud It is the Children's Paper. a ll'inter' tr.on pniari dre, which ex Hi urn. llmry Jhiiiis, nnd HI tnnii ties oi on nt Mr Sin a alt'gle uumlHrhy ahort alorloa hyUlcadloWoolson TilK Upper Ctliiib ilaml Lind ft Lum- p leo't her briutilul(y roundeti "hoilliler MIm "SnES-AJF- . bihI uieil Klvetj ! and dtli.r popular writeia; and lluaitaUd paltr didu' iiihle mir Siolhy City. ber Company have ploued rt imgi of 18 and , up in wiiio i conllv dlatnonti aint HtHury lnterl, l'he tilto. ultpeihtl nrtiatlc Uarhcinr-yide- , -- M. tilty-Mcolumns of choice readng matter, and la lurulahcd to l. dt lee iilil Tueidiy to Wik rial llepnrlmeuliariicondiiciiHl hv Otorgi William auti.itbjaui low Tito Wocltly Gnzottoeoutaloa per acre of hind lying in the town of C.fitereii; tne auuinu ot Mi Minnie 1) Dudley annuiu, miking the prlieltas Iliau twoienta a wiek per lateoi Ouo Dollar in. ti td i: Lee III mule 3 yema old, oer II Ciinla, William Perfii llowel a aud Chariis Ky Ti"v hvo made tiieni nil kcre copy. It ia the beat Keuhllcau newapaper In theOutral states. It la In the lead aa a lainlly news1! iiuliiiian HuiT Waruer. and paper aud It gives all theuows with every dealrabledatalt lu iltient shape, with the following depatt-mea- t; hand high, and put nf them broke, nt loi iniil will 11. r them U public "at on man riailey and II .1 McKjberta, reel HARPER'S PERIODICALS. K. L Sltor shipped a car per hem) January 23. Thiy will b e.iit without re Fiiimii'iiil imil Uouiiiiurciiil lU'piirln Annie $100 i f thv "Koyal I'linneai" tif Mt-- a week to C lamber St C i I'KKVKIK. n-ronit tnoee wUmnc '" maKe invent ijennk, who in a nicely fitting tint if load of mule telegraph-e,Ilepoita Majwlne Jl 00 Are given lulull and their reliability la well known throughout the country. f"ta aa toare marketa.d the will do .ell lo every day Irom New York and Chicago over our own wtrei, giving bottnni Atlanta, anil eold the eniiie lot the day Harper'K Weekly,... meniH to liie iimiinlalii 00 brown velvet, loiked every loci a veritable Harir'a they reached there at JK10 per heal aver00 wrimiuC. W. Meinall, Jr, their aliorney iiieen, and wentthroiuh the long piece Harper's Vtm The Aurleultiiral Uepuriiueut A Le nave bought from Harper's Youn People age Wakefield 2 00 ' at Harboiiryille. y and without a blundei; Meeara la one of tho moat popular Inaturei aud haa always been considered bf more value to fArmer than Postage frie to all uitscnWia In tha United varioti turtle ihia week between SO nnd times the cost of tbe paper. This department la carefully edited by men of long experience. yealerliy W L Illggm, Myer. flintier, Vrreit ami Riney 100 cotmn mule at priraa ranging from btatea, Canada or Mexli o. In the county ciniri Danville AdvoThe Gliluaucy Corner, McCarty, J. O. Weatherford and Acthnny aa vocalieta and the Gold and Silver Hind $85 to $110 per head Tbe volumes of the Magszlno benln wph tno 1 occate. Hunn wore grant d driiggiHt'a liceoae, hut ttdde a big ahar to tne eiircHi of tne NuiiiIhtb lor June and Dteember ol each year, Exclusively forytunit people and the little folks, la one of the attractive and valuable feature, ol the Wheu Butimlaaiecltltd, suhiciiptlooswiil begin TheM waa a re casion. Tne tablettix, under the direction EdHiinnwu refil-eThe year 18S7 haa aurpaaaed all oth with the numhar current at the time of ricelptof Weekly and bml Wtekiy tdltluns. were well conceived and era OrJEiual Ntorlea and Choice 8let'lleun, in the extent of railway mileage con. inoiixuance agaiimt E. W. Jone being of Mr Hdgne, Hound volumes of Harper's Magazine, for threo with iida ttlict, a number of our at runted in the United Stale, nearly 13, years back, in nest cloth binding, will be sent by With the inoat Interesting lorretpondrnce from all parts of tho world, appear every weak in both the given llcenae and Ihe oae waa continued given on receipt ol 93 per volume. Cloth Weekly and feiul. Weekly edttioui. mall .Mr e J'qoo mile having baen compl-le- d until Tuureday. Toe magisliaie met wilh prettiest Rtrla punoipaiiog. Cases, for binding SO cents es it, hy mall poatiald, The Weekly Gazette, Index to Harper s aiagnzine, sipuaueucai ana. the court m the afternoon and ordered Campbells epeech of thank at the clofe of newspaper, snd should be lesd by every merchant, manufacturer, mechanic, lytlcal aud claultlej. for volumes 1 lo 70 lscluilve In a word, Is a complete man in Please Bear in Mind. and pointed ibe I'd ted etaiea. $500 paid to ihe Lincoln and Hnyle Turn the performance wai abort from June, 1850 to June, )88ine volume, 8 to, fanner and professional 1. That our aubacriptlon price la 12 per year ihe re and elicited Lemilne Hppiatfe The NemNWeekly Gazeete Jt a. ns. bh1 I KA l !& (lAl pike. T. D. NawUnd renewed hi bond mon.11 made by -- -Uemltiaocs should be - i Is prlntid Tutn'sy and Friday at J? ihayear. Older a sample copy for your Irltnd or neighbor. ey older or drslt, to avoid chance ot loss. d then pre'enled hia deliiqueat celutB of the evening. were $4 50, most of a .erill Addiess srKxtra Inducements to Club Agent, lor 837 83. Newspapers are uot lo copy this advertisement fitting up tne bap 100 la ei . which will go towarda . of 511 name, which h about order oi Harper A Brotbeis. expieaa II Thit weJo Mt plMlh ,nonrmou, comiull. wltbout tha 11AHPKK A DROrilEtM, New York. Tho Commoroial Gazette Co., Citcinnati.O. Address tiatry of ihe Coristian church. olratlons. than ial year, and it waa allowed Theme Tint de'eitlve employed was aamall crowd in (own yea- terday and no tocic of con(iience offered. Mk JH PHARMACIST, nawr. I 3 tay, ai'ii JEWELER. am door-keepe- n. lr. fr mB d Wall Paper, t Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices to-d- (' B. K. WEAR.EIV. Stanford. J-- X J pa-rr- iil' lit Man-cnele- lt - BUY 1'iea-byleru- u PUBLIC SAI-J il GROOBBI13S If Jr. pt len Ir Male or T. R ."WALTON SOMEESET STS., l'r ''" Hetnl Blarpcr's Weekly MAIN & i e. IVI OET THE 'a ZBZEjSrT- - - to-d- Harper's Poriodioals. iit com-inilte- 1 NuiulM-rcutre- ui f- -t bi-e- n -- r et-t- CINCINNATI WEEKLY GAZETTE iin Harper's otr Miignine Coll Ie 1 03VTH3 t.-u- 330LIjA.3a A x ll the 1 tun-m- d poat-pal- d .! - post-cra- ' 1 -- V i DOMESTIC MISCELLANY. INDUSTRIAL NOTES. SINGULAR OCCURRENCES. o NEWCOM MT. Thliold and n MOT1ST. ' Tun free uso of salt has often proved effectual in tho treatment of fover and tiguo. The simultaneous application of hot tvntor to tho back of the neclc nnd tho feet often cures hciulueho. . Eqcal parts of linseed oil and llmo water npplieil with cotton batting is tho best treatment for burns. ' A emu. mny be broken by drinking a pint of scnlding milk, In which has been stirred n spoonful of ginger, taken Just when tho chill comes on. Iv measles tho grentor danger lies In taking cold, which Is apt to Induce inflammation of tho lungs, and Injury to tho oyos from ovurunoor exposure to too strong n light tnblo Is a pleasure A cixvx, tnstefully-laito tho eye and often induces one with u poor appetite to try and eat. Tho service may bo poor, but, if neat, will go u long way d toward creating coutentment. Browned potatoes to bo served with turkey nro propurvii thi:s: Parboil th i '.'..'xs in their sUiiu, then peel, cut in h ill ami lay in tho pan with tho turkoy half an hour serving, basting them lib r..li.v Si.tlTcitT-itUbark Is n good reuiody fur scaly boliors, and hon be m r.uv . .fniiy tiscil for a number of years. It i placed m tho boilor and left tlioro, the scale oft in flakes, which should bo at otuv rebo-funj or scalds, nothing Is more; soothing than tho white, of an egg, which may be pourod over tho wound. It is softer, as a varnish for u burn, than collodion, and Doing always at hand can bo applied immediately. It is said on good nuthority that oil is a preventive of dyspepsia. Americans hnvo n (Ixod aversion to salad oils and a great many to fat of ull kinds, yet it is an undoubted truth that the frco use of oils in food aids tho digestion. In making tea it will bo found that straining before heating gives unusual dollcucy to tho flavor. This follows tho steeping, of course; n, tcaspoouful of tea having been first steeped three- minutes in just enough boiling water to cover It, when tho full umount is added. To rnoviDR proper food for a sick person it is indispensable that the nurso should know something of tho effect of different forms of food on tho human system, what ldnds nro best adapted to repair tho was to of disease, and how thoy can bo admin-- 1 istercd to obtain tho host result. Collops. Cut away tho fat and grlstlo from a pound and n half of round steak, then chop It lino and placo It In a saucepan with a pint of hot water; just as it reaches the boiling point move to a part of tho stovo where it will barely simmer; cook It slowly thus for ono hour, then add a teaspoonful Bait, a large pinch of pepper and simmer another hour; season and serve hot. Vcnr often Invalids nro disinclined to tho exertion of lifting tho head to partake of a nourishing drink. Let them have their way. A bent glass tube, sold for live cents at tho upothocury's, is not n signal ofextromo illness or lowncss, except that tho head may rest low. It simply means comfort, und tho invalid need uot bo disturbed in a sick headacho or cxtiemo fatigue, but can tako tho beverage provided without u chango of position. Fruit pudihso. Soak ono cup of stalo bread crumbs in one pint of hot milk, add ono tablespoonful of butter, ono cup of of salt, and spico to sugar, one taste. When cool, add thrco eggs well beaten. Add two cups of fruit, either chopped apples, raisins, currants, canned peaches or apricots. When using canned lruit, drain it from tho syrup, and uso tho latter in making a sauce. Vary tho sugar uccording to tho fruit. Turn in to u buttered pudding mold und steam two hours. To make n lino rice pudding, tako ono cupful boiled rice, three cupfuls milk, three quarters of a cupful sugar, ono tablespoonful cornstarch, two eggs and flavoring. Dissolve the cornstarch first with a littlo milk and then stir In tho remainder of tho milk; add tho yelks of eggs and tho sugar beaten togother, now put this over tho lire, and when hot add tho rlco. Stir until thick as custard then tako off und add extract-PIt into a pudding dish and placo it in the ovon. Now beat tho whites of tho egga to a stiff froth and add a littlo sugar und flavoring. Take tho pudding from the oven when colored u little, spread tho froth over tho top and return it to tho oven for a fow minutes to give tho froth a delicate coloring. MiikBukvi). Scnld a pint of milk and turn it in to a bread paik, and butter and salt when cool, add half a cup of yeast, and HUfllciont flour to mako a stiff batter. Beat thoroughly until very light. Cover and set in a warm placo over night. In tho morning work In flour to mako o stiff dough. Then turn on the bread board and knead quickly until tho dough is porfectly smooth. Put back in a bread pan and cover. Sat to rise until it doubles In bulk. Whan light turn out on tho board, dlvldo in halves, moald in to loaves, put in grcasotl .sis ur diet stand until very light. Bake in a moderate oveu ono hour. ul ut moved. Foil burns At Vienna, O., n rich coal vein lins been struck. Block coal has been found recently at Warren, O. Kokoxio, Ind., Is to hnvo n horso-shonail factory of 800,000 pounds nnnual capacity. A lack of houses at Iledileld, O., the employment of nil the miners wantod. Khik (Pa.) K. of Ij. oro pushing Sabbath observance. Six days a week is ull man should labor. glass-work- s Tub nt Denver Falls, Pa., has been a success beyond expectations. s nt Milllnpton, 111., got six feat of conl nt lli'i feet depth. A drive-wel- l nt Oliver's Grove, near Melvin, got coal at thirteen feet, Aroun-roovein of excellent coal has been found In tho Carlylo shnft, near Kiumundy, 111., eighteen feet below tho thirty-inc- h vein they have been trying to work. The Pucbelo Steel Works, at Bessemer, Col., nro otwrated to full capacity, employing between six nn seven hundred men. Tho steel department Is turning out standard rails for tho Colorado Midland Railway to bo laid on tho Aspen extonsion, Hr.LKNA and Dutto capitalists have secured control of tho Spangler coal mines, near Livingston, Montana, and a company has been formed and will erect coke ovens. Tho plant is now turning out ten cars of coke per day, which is consumed by tho Helena mining and reducing works at Wickes and Toston. The Knights of Labor havo completed tho organization by tho election of tho following oflleers : Thomas Clark ; Worthy Foreman, John Mahun ; Treasurer, John Fin-ort- y ; Financial nnd Recording Secretary, John W. Boulanger. The mine luspector of Kentucky states that tho coal output of tho State for tho year ending July 1, lbs7, wns 44,S30,0S3 bushels. The estlmato for tho last half of this year mnkes tho output for 1SS7, There is an lncreaso of four mines, nn a total of seventy-llvo- . An organization of clergymen has been recently formed in New York, under tho name of the "Church Association for tho Advanccmout of tho Interests of Labor." Tho constitution of tho . organization declares that God is tho solo owner of tho earth, man being but tho stowurd of God's bounties. A ciiAHTEii has been granted to tho Kansas City and Sabino Puss Coal nnd Iron Co., tho principal place of which wil be at Kansas City. Tho company has capital stock of r,000,000, and is now buile tag extensivo iron und steel works in Kai sas City, and will soon begin tho erection c. other similar plants. Tub workmen nt tho celebrated glassworks at Baccarat, France, having noticed for a long timo that tho hydrofluoric acid they employed in etching had good effects on tho health of consumptive persons, n French physician has investigated tho matter, and It is now employed in tho treatment, of phthisical patients with great suc, cess. The Amtrican Gliss.'orker says that several Baltlmoro capitalists have been consulting with tho oilicers of tho American Flint Union in regard to starting flvo of the idlo factories In tho West on the plan in tho event of a strike in tho tableware branch. No definite action has as yet been taken. Tho proposition is still open. Tun North Chicago Kolllng-Mll- l Company havo just finished an order for steel rails of n peculiar pattern. Tho ralli uro sixteen feet ten inches long, with a grooved or corrugated surface. They are to bo used in paving a street in Chicago. The order was for fifty tons. Tho rails will bo laid a few inches upart, and tho spaco between them will bo filled with a patent composition. Tho pavement is intended for streets in which there is much heavy teaming. Tuucis million women in the United States work Tor money. Of these, tXX),000 are agricultural laborers, mainly in tho cotton fields of tho South, 010,000 nre in manufactories, whilo CTO.OOO in tho laundries in the couutry insist that tho "Chinese must go;" '0,000 are milliners. und 'JOO.OOO find employment as dressmakers, 00,000 earn their bread in tho tailor-shopand liOO.OOO nre saleswomen, touchers, telegraph operators, typewriters, uud nurses. There are 2.500 female physicians. o pro-ven- ts WEi.L-niooimT iron-workeMaster-Workman, Glass-Workers s, book-keeiertype-setters An Knglisu gentleman nged eighty years, together with another gontlomnn is reported record nt to havo broken tho thlrty-mlitandem tricycling. Tho old gentleman did seconds. in forty-uln- o u quartcr-milwns occasioned In GnEAT excitement Amstordara.N". Y., tho other day by tho fall of nn Immense norollte in ono of tho principal streets. Tho henvonly visitant Is said to havo weighed thrco tons und wheu it fell buried itself deeply In the ground. In n lako near Wnlllngford, Conn., a strango duel was witness not long ngo by several persons. It was between two huge turtles weighing nt least fifty iwunds each Thocombat lasted ten minutes nnd wns terminated only by tho spectators who sought to capture ouo of tho roptilos. Neaii Edison, Pa., tho other day n largo hawk was seen to attack a ltd carry off a largo cut. Tho animal battled desperately, compelling the bird to release him. As bo was falling tho liuwk HtvooiH'd down nnd caught him, but to Its sorrow, for tho cat turned nnd sinking his teeth into the hawk's neck, brought It to earth a dead bird. A ci.rnor.MAN lately went Into his pulpit wearing u pair of trousers which had boon banging in the wardrobe for some timo. In tho midst of his sermon, as was his habit, ho thrust his hand Into his trousers-pocket- , lie paused suddenly and drew out his hand und In it ho tightly clutched a nest of young mice. Throwing thorn under the pulpit ho resumed his theme. A faumeii met with n singular accident a fow days Bgo while standing nt ft Hotel In tho city. In a somnambulistic stato ho window Into a jumped from a second-storbetween two buildnarrow passngo-wa-y ings, und became so tightly wedged in that It took tho combined efforts of two men to got him out. Beyond tho terrible squeezing ho got ho wns uninjured. An account Is given of tho swallowing of n turtlo by a young lady of Chicago. Sho was taken sick in nn unaccountable manner nnd was attended for some time by her physician to whom her caso was it puzzlo. Ono day, not long since, sho vomited a turtlo nn Inch in diameter which, it wns thought, sho had swallowed in a glass of water taken in the dark from n hydrant. Her protracted illnoas and tho shock proved fatal." o y VEENON, KY. P CRPMLMS'.'ljJi Ilotal it itlll maintaining iu fina roputatlon. Chargoi roaionabU BpocUlattenllou to the traveling public 31. V. SKWV03III, Pro'r, 83--6 in Mt. Vernou, K.J. IRADFIELDS fill Livery, Training, AND Feed, ! fp A SALE STABLE i0J-6- Female nD regULATUII A SPECIFIC FOR. IlaTlng rentisl the (table ou Depot itreet, I am prepared to train and lrnk horn on reasonable tcrmi. County Ojurt dar trade jollrltnl JOIIS II. .M HVKSTKIl. Ky Hlanloid, WOMAN'S HISEASES CC1I WILLIS HOUSE, jttixsr., nicinioNb. kv 18 Pnlnftil Qupprea.e.l Tm)1,,M J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. or OIJTHLY SICKNESS. buuk"Miiiaiu If taken tlnrlnc tbo CHANnn Or I.1FK, creat offrriiii; ami ilancer w 111 le avoldol fifT bend to: POWDER Absolutely Pure- 'More pcouomlri treoglh and Umi lhi onllniirf klml, nd cn not b MlO .ihor rompeltton with tho multlluduof low wflht alum or phnnnlmi" ihiwiIpm. Soldotilj In iKor a good Tablo And clean acd well fumlthed roomi, thU Hotel bat no superior, Oood Minple roomi attached. WlUtrsfJ00perdy. SUl-l- jr H. C. JOHNSON, Diuumuj IUoulatou to NVoMiN," mailed free. Co., Atlanta, Ga. THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, I. now prepared with a irood .took and an additional workman to do any kind of work In hi. line piotnplly and In the beet maimer. OUe Kim a Til) trial, tioop on I.anca.trr itreet. Tbltt nnTf r Tarir. pwdr wholx"innoM. mTTololpurltj KENTIlWcEBTfillL I. P. "illnofilrnHN Houle." Bhortest and Qniokeat Ronto from Oou tral KontnoKy to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. ctni. IIotai. lumsii Ilts Will lni lt Town" NwYnrV (V. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., STAMOItO, KKSTICKY. Well Drillers and Primp Adjustori. at lactory price. Drilled to older aud pump farutihed 2U1 ' JACKSON HOUSE, LONDON, KY. r.B.IlILEY, Propriotor. nlHlirst throiiKhoiit. Ka.t Line Between the undenlfned, have In Danville, Ky , a nralTralnlng Hlable, and am prepared to brink A OlXUINIVA'i'l aud train lion either to fad lie or trot, and ay to thepeopleof Lincoln and adjolnlu countlet II you haie a bor-- o that you wain broke, tralded or TfiiuK tliVAt. anrt iirmo ehMkmt to Iflf old, and will bring it to lue, I will guarantee nt. de.tlnatlon reached by railroad. you ...II II. ..I... ibii .... ...Hi vi !. Ulaction; will do my bnt with your stock fur lull ii.icuiai, ..II uii .n-, - "Hm. l.f .... tome, a. we company, or hate a horae you want wild, bring Itrttate have the .econd bealmirkut In the D. A.KKK1.KV, 0 V. It. MOIWE, HAHUKI JIHISNOX. IM.tf (len.l'aiM. Ajeut, TraT. I'aM. Agent, Islington, Ky Oorlniiton. Kr 1, TRAINING STABLE ! I.i:.iJT) 1 I.UL'lSSCllLHOKL, 11 tieneral titflce., CoTn(lon,Ky - K. IIAJNTINOTON, - - A -- - j Thoroughly Krimvntrtl mill Krfur. UICIIHJMII, KKXTt'CKV. unit ' struction In tho South, seven cotton-mill- s which together will occasion un outlay of over thrco million dollars. A school for tho training of cnrrlago draughtsmen has becoino an assured font- uro of tho trade-schoof Now York. Tho school Is Intended to tako tho place.as far as possible, of tho old system of upprcutlce-ship. PROGRESS IN MECHANICS. Tiieiir aro at present In couraa of con- popular House. lnliiiro ruoiiit1ilc rlci. Iy "! iHgl met hy police Porlrmiif tills M'-Gi- u. t'lrwl-cli- Fitrm Photographs in all ityles and iIzob. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. New dealgnt la Kratne. I'rtceo. d, Jouitvitu NiwAiK.T i Chicago Pt - anl Mat. t Tery (iOI-ly- low . DR. W. B. PENNY, A NEW FAST MAIL LKAVIKO UOTII DKNTIST, Htuntorrt. - - IContuolcy To NOTXUE. tho Citieon of Lincoln County: llavln recently equipped aJUne Itoller Jllll In the town ol HUriftM trat w delr aoy Mill to ol Kjutl Inquallly of itjur, we think the cltln-n- . thucoiinty thiuldhate ciuntr pride enough to tv'it wl.b to InpatrooUeand auitaln the.tme form whom It may concern th.t we are In the market to buy your wheat and corn and "111 at waya bItb tbehlgheetiiurket price lor aame, We care Wiled tome ne macninery loonrcurn oieai lo detriment andcannow nukebymeal other utt any Mill In any pecoii. Itcinuot b. nU.le. thin Tlclnlty WeaolUit a trial In our ItJur and In our line lueal department. All harlng grain lor sale wlllpleaMC.il at Mill, where our aiient can be found at all IIium, who will glee the lie.l prlcm tor .atoe. llraud ard .hip itutt alway. In Iiock. .v. vorrN. Manlord Holler Mill Co. i5.tf liOl'ISVIIiliK aV VISVISSMI trareler. Dally, wcuree to THE MOST RAPID SLICE clt-Ira- ODD d INDUSTRIES. oil mill in Arkansas, A cotton-seeis crushing seed erected at u cost of at the rate of two hundred tons si day. AN establishment in New York makes n business of boiling uneidut household furnishings. Thin business is carried on in what is called u "Hall of Records," in connection with tho looking up of genealogical records. A numiieii of Uuropean manufacturers have ontered into the production of a now fiber known us "fiber malva" from a shrub growing in India, until recently hold to be useloss. Thia fiber promises to rank with iuto in the manufacture of sacking. Kittens nro In great demund by taxidor-mlst- a to stuff for omamcutal purposus. Auottioruse to which tho felines are devoted 18 tho muuufaoture of carnage robes. Much of tho fur usotl m trimming garments is also obtaiuod from tho common domestic animal. By means of electricity the most attractive leather surfaces are now Imitated to perfection. The process is similar to that by which olectrotypo plates are made, a shell of eoppor being pteclpitated up on tho surfuee to tie Imitated, from which nholl uu impression is oLtnined. A coNCEiis In Now Vork State Is engaged in tho mnuufacturo of an Imitation tobacco from paper. The paper, on reaohiug tho tobacco wu rehouse, is recalcdly soaked in u strong decoction of the plant. It is then cut up and pressed lu molds, which give to each sheet tho vouatton of the genuine 8o closo is the imitation that tobacco men and liabltualsuiokera huvo leaf-tubacc- o. ex-le- rt I I Jwou'dccoTved, in the Hast aro making u specialty of Liking tho pretty hands and wrists of women. Hands are photographed on glass negativoi in tho same manner us ordinary pictures are mado. Tho hand, wrist and lorearm aro placed ugalust u dark tiaokKrouud in n strong light, in front of tho camera. The ordinary uxiosuro of u plate Is then intulo. Black velvet makes un excellent baqfcffmmd. All the beuutlful t tho hand uro uleuylr .curves und dlultjlo I'fifiTMKAVMf iw shown. These nre called made of ground slnto and clay and lron-oro- . The composition Is moistened with a solution of suphatc of iron, pressed, dried und baked. In Belgium nro contemplating tho uso of rollers in tho manufnet- uro of various articles. Shoots of glass heated to a certain tetnperuturo will by tho uso of tho rollers bo converted iuto tho desired shapes. j Fiiench manufacturers havo brought tho papier-mach- e process up to n state of high Objects almost innumerable Icrfcction. ore now mado of it. It is turned iuto balls and beads, und fashioned caskets, etc. A l'itoci:.-- s for tho manufacture of continuous tin plates Incorporated with steel has been patented by a Jersey City Inventor. The plates aro rolled first hot, then cold, and polished. This gives a hard nuddurablo sheet of a superior quality, A telephone without a receiver, thus doing nway with much yelling and nolso, has been practically Introduced In this country. Tho words aro convoyed by tho motion of the jaws through ft sensativo apparatus which is pressed to the neck. A clock has been Invented, nnd Is coming into uso in Europe, which Is warranted by its manufacturers to run for llvo years without either winding or regulation. The Belgian government plueod ono In u railway station in lVsl, sealed with tho government seal, nnd it has kept perfect time over since. ! One of tho finest and most powerful tools that mechanical science has yet achioved has just boon finished nt Mulliouso for tho un i vernal French navy. It Is u t lathe, which is a comploto machine shop In Itself, being capablo of performing tho most varied operations such us mortising, shaping, boring and moulding with tho THEY' TABOOED RICE. most iorfect neeuracy. It Is wonderfully How u Now Vnrk I.mly Cnr.'tl llirr lltn- - adapted to tho dolicato nnd complicated for working of pieces for nrmor-plutinlmnl iif 1'lirtliiK. Woman's wit is often more than a match modorn war vessols. Its weight is more or man's vauntod ubihty to take care of than .40 tons, and it Is drlvon by nn eugino ltmsolf, remurks the Chicago ltilitnt. Of of 25 horso-powetho force of tills observation n certain Now TRANSPIRING ABROAD. Yorker is now more firmly convinced than Dcmxo tho Inst yonr tho Argentine Reever. During the recent performances of a popular burlesque comiiauv at one of the public received 1:20,000 immigrants from New Yorlc theaters he becumo uu urdont Kuropo. These uro principally fram Italy, though purely Platonic ad jiu-e- r vf a Miss Germany und Sweden. Rlee.tho bright particular star in tho galaxy A m:w canal is projected between tho of His nightly p.osvnuo ut tho Dwina und I)iiict,cr rivers, In Russia. It Is theater nnd his fundiMW for dispatching thought that the cost will upproxltnnto live bouquets to the object of his admiration soon ' million dollars. became known and read of by all the men i TiuuiK wore recently shipped from Franco in his set, and in souio way or other enmo flvo hundred of the worst kinds of criminals. to tho knowledge of his wife. Instead of The convicts wore looked up In cages and creating a domestic scene, the shrewd jHirt-n- carried by water to the peuol colony of Cayof his joys and borrows quietly oignn-iae- d enne. a little scheme fur his undoing. Ono A "Mr.nK i. Missionary Academy" has morning ho found before him at tho break-- 1 been orguuixvil in Muduganeur by English e a dish of rice. The same edible uud Norwegian inissionurioti to secure to greeted him at dinner and supper. In sone native student u greater variety and thorform or other It put in un uppeimiti e at oughness of instruction. Hero tho medical every meal lor it week. Becoming rather curriculum extend over llvo years. monotonous nt last, he gently remonstrated Within n year u great many deaths havo with his better half on the subject. "My occurred among the young furiuers lu tho dear," said he, "rice is very nice, and all eastern of Croatia. Investigation dethat, but one doesn't like a ullihe time. One veloped lirt fact that tho deceased were in the to have some sort of a chunge. Now, most cases likes men who had having had rice every day for a week, is it been pjisoned by their wives for their not possible to have something else I" houses aud hinds, "Why, certainly, my dear," was tho cool reTun total consumption of eofTeo in Groat sponse; "but from what I have been told llritain is about iJO.UJO.tXJO pounds yearly and soeu I wnj under the impression that Tho amount of tea used U loss than '.2,000,-00- 0 you were very fond of Rice," Tho husband pounds for the same length of time. by this time suw w hlch way tho wind was China is drawn upjn for tho bulk of tho ten blowing, and un agreement was ut once en- mippiy. India und Ceylon luriushiug ubout tered into that If she would banish rice from tho amount. tho table he would ceuse his attentions to Am. vehicles in tho Highlands of Scotland Rice nt the theater. So far as known, both nib provided with brakes, to be un ed iu tho huvo stuck to tho bargain over slnco. descents, tho pony chulso having ono ns coach. The natives well us tho Tim Career of a Ilium. trot their horsos up hill und walk them Mr. J. K. Hurrell, bettor known ns "Si," down, and uro aimued at Americans who vouches for the following fueta, suys tho uhvays reverse the older in tho matter of lliinbrid:o (Oa.) Jhmucmt. About ten years up and down-lutravel. ngo ho killed u beef, und hi the innw of Amti;iuvm manufacturers handle each which ho found u silver dime und n bit of twenty thousand curats of diabrass. lie thinks the unimul must have week about monds. These are mostly tho property of containing the l'aris and Loudon deaiors There uro over eulen uu old pocket-boo- k coin. Mr. Ilurroll took the dime und bntrtit-enoporuns employed lu tho It up, mid found thnt It bore the dute oeveii thuusaud industry iu thul city, receiving an of ls!W, the yenr of his birth lie therefore diamond anput u murk upon it, intending to keep it. uggrcguto of throu million dollars pur lu wages. Howover, the dune wua spent or lost, und num syndicate hits under-take- n An over since "Si" 1ms been looking out for it. tho engineering of vast enterprises Strange to relato n few days hko, while Nessluuin wns making some change, the In 1'eru. The syndicate Is to become reIdentical dime wns returned to him after uu sponsible for&J0,000,00Oof Peruvian bends, ubkeuee of nine yenr. "SI" immedlutoly and aro given control of tho railways of the yars. It Is said that took his coin to tho jeweler's- - und had it State for thirty-si- x 10,000,000 uro V) b expended In tho extentransformed Into u watch charm, where it sion of railways Iuto tho milling regions. uow does duty paving-block- s iron-bricGlass-woiikeilo I ' g r. i s. er fast-tablnowly-mnrned i one-martfour-horso ll Anglo-Americ- A concehn In Germany has Introduced Offlte ob Lancaiter itreet, I ext door to 13 i, office. Office bour from 8 to when M.and 1 to 8 r. u. Aneathetlriadiulnlitered UM-lyr.l DR. S. C. DAVIS, riiysiciiui and Surgeon, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Office next door to Whitehead1. Special attention glten to dtieaw ot chtldreu. (277-- lf i'. su't. I'ter attempted lietween the (rrat commercial IheOhli III t er aud i hlritiJo, and hence the la.leat time and mixl (Minfurtakle train, between all joint, la the South, or l the UVof aud Xortlnront- - flie cuutile'part of tbl. Irate on all trunk lion la denominated Tin t.iiittt- KxpffxH, The uvrn roHIni .luck we Bin p.tron. I'ntlmttvtl Conttirf. Otf'Atall Coupon llcket (lttlre in the rioulh you will find our time table, ami ticket, -- ay 31 tf mm, (rt Minion and .tick to Motnm, If you watiltoMTe money and hate a plMianl lout-neem-ply. General ta.eiiier Au'nt. Coic.go. City Ticket Aent. and Orarrr.' IT, th air., Ixjul.tllle, Ky. K. A, I. M. loaaKHrs, U Vine at., Ctnclunatl, O I. O. MrCUIIM.CK, Florence Washing Machine. Drug Htore Iharelrtunht the rUbt to .ell the f'lorence Waahlog Machine and am now prepared to fnrnlib all who may with to ie their clothe frui the iubblnand tearinK incldem lu the nil procntol JKO. v. rstxiNi, wublnit. Takeone and try ll and be conrlnccd. r. i.uaaTlH. I'll not worry you about buyln unit, you are BaoDimn. Kv., May, laS7. ru.rlu. .u..it. i f.nn I. m InformIntheir many fully aatltfiolutolt. TneundentUnnl, hating purchatedthe Florence firm nam fnendi and ctutoumiol becbauiie Wathlnic Machine, and aller a thorouiih trial, we to takeplraaure In addinif our Imtlaiouy a. to ll. aV worth, and without hesitation pronounce It a uc- In eTtry particular, uoin; an inn n ciauueti ... .a 1...... H. nnU in .ii.taln the reD for It: Wm. Dauicherty, J. W. Wallace. Dr. Ilourne, Ira. utation of itieold, l.ul Intend to make miny Mra.8. J' Halter, A.C Mine, Itlll renin proretuenlalnine maniiuciuir m Iludderar, J. K. Lrn, L 1. Il.waon, C. Vannoy, wllltwiotholntcrcelol toour ciiitomer,. We ,. attention our Natural Urbraoui Mra. Anioili I'e.k, tieorjie Peyton, Alex llolli-law., .i..,.o. C Kiel 1, AllnH Ctiudeu, Him Halne., It. of Kentucky'! beet leaf Thankliu you for.. .. K. lUrrow, A. M. Kel.ud and manr other. faroraaDd anting ioraconuuumu v. 31. Kl.li.IS, we remain, u,'":"u"' i Headquarltr. at ri. H. M yen' .lore. rxs. L.&N. Louisville & -- Nashville R, R. - JI.IUTIA . rKKlt""""""-"--7,- . ,.,.., 1HK ll.KAT- c. V111C0UUIL TRUNK LINE TO TIIIC TTITII C 1 ..:... JAS. ju. 11. I" SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. I.UtllMl y mi, AVKKS. QIVC Xotary Public l, AYRES&GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT. LAW, 811 A1TTEH' Filth Htreet, 13 CHICKEN -- IjOUl!VIJ.i"I-.i3- . - (190-Iy- ItV. .) Cholera Cure! s il) IU Atlanta, .lMl.tlll, .lVllllllla), . MonlKoniurj', e ' Mobllu aul i;i I. Itllt) KocU, OrlvaiiH. lu Roniua3anl 5, Crouile lllock. Only one change to liircSaiiNiii$ Agency! MISS SALLIB HARRISON, onencd a PurchailDj KoruierlTOl Blaiitoid, b her at l AKenorlu Cluclnnatl, ard all orders to udlrinupt WettSlhatreet, wlllretfUe wrwiial will mike a nwcWty of Drru attention. She wA; hul will relTe ut.teri lor V urnlturo, Uriel! and In fid everythlim oae ts.uld wlh The rtpcllly immiMkeodiie ldH ot tnli rt)tion VGi-(olloiue tt Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTSbeeklht; uoiui-t rcctlri ratr., route. on the line of BSsfSi) of dollars worth of chit kens dif every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to f hirkens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that ponih'tly cures it has been made, and to bo convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A socents bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens. of anteed. If, after using a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly two-thirds vdeo AkviiI.oI thl Company Ac, er write .pcclal rale.. thl. road will lor C. 1. AOIOUK, (1. 1'.AT.A , Ky Xcnpiirt Nous .V .IlleUsitiiil Valley Co. THE WEEKLY LOUISVILLE CHESAPEAKE & OHIO! Thousands I'nlliiiaii ('urn ami Nolhl 'I'ritiiiH To WnBhiiiKton, COI BAST One Year, 75c. Old iVoint Comfort Kichraoiid uDd 6 ilioiitlis, 40c. BET p To LoiiiBvlllo "WEST and Ciuoinnnti. IS, S7. CouuicttoiK direct for nil point. In the CHEAPEST pipEl West,Nortu.WesUSouth-Wes- t IN KKKKOT NOV Published. S. KAYS, WILL Editor. p; satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. ."M'or.uleby Mcltnbert. A Htairu. No. i Dolly. Ko i Dully Kx. hun. Hlanlnrd. Contains tho nowa of tho world up to dato of publication ; Road-lnMattor IntorcBtlnff and Instructive to ovory homo ; contributions to Music, Songr, Art, STANFORD. K.Y. o Scionco, Agrioulturo and E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propi and MYERS HOTEL. Com-morc- 7 I1" M A .10 n m I.re Ixiulirllle I" M p in 11 SO a in Arr ff 10 a m " Whlto Hulph'r Aorliik;'. " Cliarloit.Tiili(V M Junct) A 10 p ni 11 to a m tl 00 p iu it ftO p m " Itlchmond " Newiiort Now 10 .15 a in 0 .15 p in " Ol.l Point ('oinf)rl It (Mia m 7 00 p in II Dam 7 JO p m "Norfolk 11 0 to p tu 8 2.1 p m Wa.hlnittoii 11 II Vi i in 11 VS p iii Italllinure " I'hllu'l-lpli- U " NewYork ... 3 00 a in MOO a m a 10 a m6j!0 a iu Reliable Market SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE! Reports. Thio Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains ita High Ropulation ANU Its Propriotor is Determined it Shall bo decoud to no Country Make Your Homes Happy. Hotel in the State in ita Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of Samplo Copies and Promium Quests Listmailod frooto any addrosa. Agonts wantod ovory whoro. Addross their th' ti V Cenlrtl llmo. ol llunlit(ton run by Ka.t-pi- n time, wh.ch I. one hour feater than Centra tlmu 11. da er ex. APDiriONAI. TllAINH:-T- Vo. cept Sunday, Umto Olive Ull) I II a m; Ml. HliT HriK 7 Wl a m: arrive Lexington 8 at a iiij mtIth at Cinilniiuit TH Wlncbotrr ll 35 u m. No IS, il.lly ixceiit buiiiUt. leave Cincinnati 2 On pin; lxlmann r: p m, arrlto Ml. dierlluz 20 pm 7 1.1 p m;01lTo Hill wo. O. tially. nave Ullfton at7 0) a in: SO p in; arilru A.h and S 40 p m; Charli'.on 13 Main I.tue Train. lezluntuu Dltlalun Train. ft 11 rn louisuille omnergal, Loui3vlllo, Ely. and from the llaxcaae trill be oneytri toaccommodation! free of charRe. Special Commercial Irarelem. The liar will lo ahraya .applied with the choice.! hrettdnr.rMqaor.aiid Clear.. ColuiubtM 11 17 p m MO, u, iiany, leave Aiiuaru 7 10 a m; nrrlveat Cbnrle.ton 11 '11 a in; CI ton p'oiito 7 3G u m ruiiman nirepiDK car. on nil tnrouxli lialni. Old Dominion titcam.hlMi loam Nurfnlkon Mon day, Tureday, Wi'ducday, Tliuriday nnd l?atur-d- ar p. u lor New York ntC-X- for ilcketi.itate.. Information, etc.. anrlr at Ticket nttlte or aitdrea. w. ;. viuuii.M, IUceltcr. w it. (Jen'lriii.t.Kit, l'a.t'r Agt. '.. - v r ' i'"..'wiiyi..wfcHftVie.efr,'a