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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888012401 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. Senti'V Mi tifefiof ImifiuiL. VOL. XVI. ACTS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. (lAHHAfW STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY COUNir OEPARTMEN1. Lancastfit. Huiith i on the lck lint. ! 2.1, 1888. NO. SOU Auditor Hewitt, in oimplHncn reported thai $55 COO Iim bi- -n iaid out a roajar'1 'or Urn iiiiprahenmoti of criminal alnoe 1881. alarr ' '" A bill lo Increase, the Secretary of Hlata to $3 000 hit heen le ferretl to the. Uimmltiee oil Titration and Revenue, mid therd olioiild oh mo objection to it The governor haa aptwlntpil Joaeplt II , ol 'IhouiM, J. L Allen, H V. Itojle county, itnd Wui. Herkele, of Oar county, CotnuiiMloner of tne Kentucky Institution for Deaf Milt- Tne llou't) ha pmiwl i bill, which H made a law, will correct an abuee tht h become uiot lUgrant. It provide that Khertil alial! only employ one guard to two be want, prisoner, instead of rt mativ a itt premnl. A bill to uiako any rtte of interest on inouev agreed upon legal U before tlie llume. We have never eeetl aur Kood reaeon why it inn could not tlipo of hi money a be doe with other properly to the beat advantage. ala I ioj true: Tnere are niem Thl her of the Kentuckr Legislature, at prr with eorrrm be it ald, who ill lure no mure idea of a cunalitutional quea tion than an untamed aavaife. It it hard tu in to nay that anyone Lvi'Ulattire i telligenl than any other in thin Hlate, for it hi been the cuitotn lo denominate all our IejtUlature wnroe than the onwi that preceeilrd them, -- nirrux1buri Democrat. par-nagUna-land- Mr. Hiiro rd i. Hanging la on of the oldewi institution race It rank with of the Anlo-Haiohahea corpus immunity from illegal arrest and trial by jury a foundation princi pie. It ahould be mole honored by ob eervance, and more aunported bf eentiment. I'ucbwleneJ denlre for new fashion and a lo of reverence for the institutions of the father have diiraed hantfinK alike In the put of lenltaienl and taste and M an etlective method. It can be defended on ail of ihee if "3nd i Nj nude of erecu tion that hat ever been ureJ, or that renti insnt ha ajggeite-l- , eicipt the anto da-f- e iao dramatic, ao picturetiUB, o imp wing, itnd o every war satisfying iuithticlly hanging. No one (jive the and morally Nvlcllm o itond an opportunitf for making itim i supported by it good end. The the fact that moot of the hatred are ltunche I ot! in fall ftith, that the rope awing them into a furnished mansion in theelclee. The recoid of thee howa that, the chance of the handed murderer ate much higher than the average of men Cm. Commercial. The comlne of a Hidden alorra upon plain of Dakota, MinneHota, Iowa the and YYtconin, the other day, put thou-eanin deadly peril, col more than -- 00 live, and overwhelmned thousand ol cat tie, ii. dieting miwrv and detruction in a decree almtwt unknown in the hiatory of in life resulted etorm. Tne ureal lo from the lact lliat the tempent came with lu the courae of an afternoon out warning there u an awful chanue nnd the itorm traveled a mile a minute, with a fall in temperature at the rale of 20s an hour and a blinding now o thick and tierce that people wer bewllderm! and lot inattempt-10- K t crfc-- a lreei, and only found their way alonu rope aireiched for the purM)e It oiwht to be po!hle to oruaoiie a aiiinal eervice that would protect the people by annotinciiiu the onnditiona of such a caiaMrophe brfjre it woop upon the country. John Atlm write in hi diary, "Draw ehopa uiaf be compired to I'ant'ora' box ea In many placf they are the nurttrie of our Lgilture." Thoma JelTeron iid: "To the tin of ard ntapiriti i to be attributed much evil I I were attn pUcd In a lUftMalatioo, pition to do o, uij firl quealion lo a oimlidaifl fur ofliTi would be, 'Do you drink ardent apiri?'" Btluac wrote: "I'dople dreid cholera, but brnndy i a moon rfon'e pUijue." Rinkin wrote: "Whltky ellini U a wone aiodo of aninatitin than i prudiced by the wort btnditti of any country " To nil of which dd tho rem irk recently tnadu by Ctrdinal Minninc, who aiu to an Enli'h audixneo imb other dty, "Tic amount of $900 000 000 epeot in drink every yeir would Kite very laboriiii; man lt vt Ilrn I'irru'o i Tho enow of Fridty niyht hrouiiht the leitiH nut and Stturilay the old town wa lively. A telegram from Sun M Ilnrdett notei the tliHt he i .ttit;ned to O ntha, Nb , for the present A M, KimiHlrd lft Mindny to enter Centre Cillee, DiiiviiIh J.J. WilUur i in AtUntt with n car-- l id of mule'. K. lirown ha an tdeant ixirtrait which wa innde for him urati in Chicago. wan ptinieil from a hoiorpli and ii an excellent likenr, II T. LoanandC)l D. K. Collier, two commercial touriet. epeut Nunday in thi city. Cut. J Kce Younif, of.Arkansa City, Kanaa, i here i'.er J, C. Ktn.lolph preached at the I'renbylrrian church Sunday. There i a prnject loukmu to hi employment for the future by the church here. I hope it will succeed. rhi rt are five brjther living in and around Lancaater, one of whuin U named Sno AndeiKOti, one Len lluuiber, one Hub Kennedy, one lUrvo Otll and one Howard Harris; alt colored. to Jame T. HiKKinbotham Martin 17 hrad yearinu mule for $S5 per head J M, IIii(inbotham fold to eame parly '25 held; price unknown. Kn;leaian & Furri old a piir of broke mule, email one for $225. John V. Miller left yesterday for to tiling hi dauishler, Mary, home, who ha been attending school there, but her health i mch he will come home for while Jam Htuiillon made a flying viit lo Ltncii'ler Sunday. At a meetlrn; Sunday afternoon, the memier of the Preibyterun church decided to ctll Kv J, C. Kindolph to preach for them thi year. Tni will be good new to the lover of "Qod i Love" religion nod there are lota of them In Ltncater, Elder Teaaarden, of Lexington, filled the pulpit of Brother Yancey Sudday, the Utter biinj; bffevant:elizinK. Circuit Court bean yeaterday and the followini: i the iwtil jury: William Cbri lopher, Ztck Simpson, John Merry man, lb on Pillion, Mu Fjrd, Campbell Hammond, A. U Kcott, ii. F. I'herii0, C. H. Hkr, Ilance Land, Walker lUker, D. M. Lackey, Robert (Jul ley, William Fain, Arch Whittaker. John Lickey, Newton Urow, IS. F. Jennings, Lem Kran, Geort! Hardin, Jame NeUou, W. H Stunder. J W. tlrillin, J. ii. John-toWilliam Ward, Bib 1 We, J. W. Scott, William Hhumr", S H. l)tckeron. -1 1 ne e n, iile ill Uicle dt roof " : The atnr may fade in the akv above, tho breen may die away, the awHllowa may crane to fly, my love, and the un to illume the davj the heaven may never weep a tear, the. ocean may cee lo mourn; I oiat fleep, my dear, my pillow a in the naked atone. Fair Luna may change her hue above, the whip be without a ruaet, but I'll never eo bck on you, my love, a long an your wealth Ahull let. drt That Rarest of Combinations. Truo dolicacy of flavor with true efficacy of action has boon attained in tho famous California liquid fruit vomedy, Syrup of Figs. Its pleasant tasto and beneficial effects havo rondorod it immensely popular. It cleanses tho System, cures Costive uess, eta. Foreale hv A R. I'ennr, Rtanfoid. or eight days drlnkinij. In thiJ repect he dlf without for from some mn, who drlok seten or tight lys without working. A camel wul woric the youthful soldiers and their friend- imy wish lo attend. The text books 111 use of the class will not be confined alone to the iijurinu effects and miserable consequence of t e intemperate us of liquort, but will alsi iostrnct and warn the young against the dangers of tobacco, opium and all inidi ou poisons which by habitual use are lie elructiye of the hetln, morals and eternal May the noble, happiness of mankind christian women of our land reip richly of reward for all the good ti.ey struggle o faithfully to achieve. There i a practical ity about thi msthod of warfare upon "King Alcohol" that seem to commend ! to all clause and especially lo the mothers and father of the land. Train up a child in the way he should go and he will not depart from it, is good scripture. If this training by precept and example is not practiced in the family circle, it is well that schools for the inculcation of correct moral principle exist and are open to the In treating drunkenness and young kindred ill an ounce of prevention i Everything on the Stage isHot Real, A sporting feat of an Oregon maiden is worth many pound of cure. A hriKht.yoiini: New York actren, talk-in- c thus told: "Mi- - Mollle Bergen, a lass of old Richmond E'hel, the thiee-yeof Uie confae that she wa IG summers, whose parents reside on Pool' d (tighter of Lsuis and Katharine Schlegi-- I really de'itshted the firt time he wi to be slough, Ysquina, heard the dog making a after a lingering illne of pneumonia, died d by theletdlnt; man of the company. noise the other morning, and on look yeterday morning. All during the illne delightful. 'Shall great Hut the reality wan'i Ing out saw a deer jump into the slough. of the little euflsrer friend administered to I ever fouet that ki? I think not. I She stepped quickly into the house, picked her kindly and now that death has claimed found a faceblde my own, eo besmeared up her father' Winchester, returned to her, many hearts are saddened in our city with rouue, o incriirieI with powder, o the door, raied the ritle and fired. The first moit with comelic, that I aMiire you it shot struck the animal in the head, the The Estill Spring property was sold didn't look like a face. AIaid, thi was second in the shoulder and the third and publicly again on Monday. W. H. Lilly relly my tirt tKe kie. I didn't ay it lat went through the animal's heart, kill- wat the purchaser at $9 200 and represeot a syndicate. -- Martin Thompson & Cj,, of w mark you well, heraue my firt ing it Sne then stepped down to tho bank well, I have three brother. Hal ha! Stage of the slough, unmoored a small boat and New Orleans, bought Wednesday from Mr generally dii;uting. Of otirre, succeeded in getting it on shore before any Alexander Tribble 63 head of mule at of $139 etch. They also bought a eometime there are merely The buck of the men folks appeared. Wm.Tarrln Bourbon at $14r. J W. kWrea. but when you are right in frnnt of when dreed weighed 200 pounds." Bale & Co., the stock dealers, an audience that i impoMible. The audihave juat closed thtir shipping for he year We ars not partistn, nor do we propi'e ence may nouielime be ahorked at tho ap- Their shipments over the Kentuckt parent warmth ol a Mtace kta, hut they lo dUciii- - politic; but a itood citinoi we 13S7would be more allocked if it were not are for the Union, the Constitution, ami Central rallroni during that tima amount ulven A man who i eo enveloped in the enforcement of the laws. The preenl, ed 200 car load of cattle, hogs and sheep point iu'ta raau. You are merely kirelng incumbent, in our honest opinion, i the aggregating in money $165 000. Tney a L-- h a painted doll, with a moustache o colored bet tsecutiye the old commonwealth hse so bought In Madison county for of Baltimore, 1,701 head of ca with coxmelic that you are in mortal agony had for the lait half century. Clemency, rum Hrts, our farmer let it lt)ive,B3tne,trc on your lllly white charity and all the other Christian virtues tie, which left with sum of $99 333and hncii 50 O are well enough in their respective places men the handsoms ekin Mmyarthe 'property' mulache but iustice should be meted out alike to er stock cattle and stick sheep rund'niny I have loaihul for that reason. t ClfWvrnnr IttlplfnffP ift thn Biles & Co. amounted to ubuit $50,000 nna ... ..w v.v.a.w. UUU ami all ll ..... right man in the right plc, and it i the George Wnite. for shooting FruK Mf Summet Pants. held in $1,000 bail. hmi he could no My Ut pint of eummer Are left all duty of all law abiding, justice loving Ken wts Conway i wore. -- Reiau-r give "My turkians lo uphold their Chief Magistrate loyely comptnions to lon; Their The idea that liih i uood brain 'nod h Uncle" have gone, Tne veit and the coat, in the firm stand hn ha taken to fee that Harrod'burg Say been exploded by lh scientists, T e fact too, the pride of my heart, Hve long gone the law are enforced. is that hrin' are usually biro in man and before you, Nw we, loo, niual part. I'll lugs and Doings not fed into hlrn not leave you, lone oniy. To hang on the A Rt Chewing Gum Cikdemnei) Bucklens'sArnica Salve nail, O i then to frlm i Lvy, While your Louis physician denounces the idea that Thebsst .aire In the world for Cuts, Bruiser, fate I will wail, lirief wa the eeaaon you chewing gum is an aid to digestion. Any Sorn, Ulcfl'i, rtult lllieum, Forer Sores, Tetter. decked my fine form, And now fnr eood well informed physiologist, he says, will de- Chapi'od lianili, ClilllilKtns, Cornt, and all tjkln pay recurea Krupiloni, raon you're driven from home. Your ny this at once. Chewing gum products a quired. It and positively to give Piles, or nosatisfacpeiffCt lsguariitel rival I am wearing, Tni ulnter threadbare fliw of saliva into the stomach at a time tion, or ra ney refunded. Price, 25 cent er box world full of when ilia not needed by that organ. The For Hale by A. ll,,Penny, Stanford, Ky. I all that i left me in thi (111 m till? care, ltie money yoirn oring me win uuy ealiva burdens the stomach and forces it to Their Business Booming me a meal; And yet at this pirting a ead-n- e abnormal action to get rid of it, and at the Probably noono thlug has caused such a revlr day whe.i I wore you this samo time tho salivary glands are robbed of I feel. In of trad at A. It. I'ennj'a l)ta Store as his gtv life was more bright, H it a truce to revrets the secretion, and obliged to do doublo ln away to his customers ot 10 uaay free tiltl Cuarle 11. Shil-li- work to produce the ealiva necessary for bottles of Dr. tCln's New Discovery lor ConsumpTo you a gioil night tion. Ills trade Is simply euormnus lu this very mastication and digestion. So far as the valuable article from tbe fid that It always cures The vrlne ol Knilding Ancitions is stomach is concerned, chewing gum is as and never disappoints. CouxU, Colds, Asthma, ttronchttls, Croup, and all throat and lung dltiea rs very clearly deinnnntratod by the following: injurious as chewing tobacco. quickly eured. You cad test It before bu( lug by Fifty thoustnd ftuilie-- of Philadelphia Tne Hixmc tunnel i in Berkshire coun Kettle a trial bottlo free. Large slza 11 Ktry have eenured home through the 600 a'o ty, Western Mssrnchusetis, snd the east bottle warrautrd. elation organ'ud in that 'city of home,' end of the tunnel is 137 miles from lbston-ThBrace Up 200 aeeociatinns aro now doini; bueinew in ttcttial cutting nu the mountain did not You are feelln; depressed, your appetite Is poor, Cincinnati, 55 in Indianapoll., 100 in begin until 18511 The tunnel wa btgun you are botherod with Headache, you are tUgetty , 100 In 8t Loiii, and Dayton, a town and generally out of sorts, and want to by a rsilrotd corporation, and after various nervous of only 63 000, haa 10 in operation. There brace up. Urace up, but not with stimulants attempt anil failure was taken in band spring medicines, or blttars, which havn for their muil he some nwrit inthl system or it by the State of Massachusetts and com- basis very cheap, b d wnlsky, ajd which stlmu-lat- e wou'd not have grown lo such enprmous you for an hour and then leave you In wor.e pleted. The tunnel is tuu property of that proportion, the plan being unknown pre Statn The whole length of the tunnel is condition than before. What you want It anal vioua lo 1831." miles, and it Is 20 feet terattve that will purify your blood, start healthy 25.031 feet, or wide by a height varying from 23 lo 2d action ol Liver and Kidneys, restore your vitality The Italian who murdered Mrs. Lewis and give reuewtd health and strength, tiucn a feet, wherever a brick arch i used for charging that his wife IibiI stolen some medicine you will find In Electric Hitters, and Ten persona were burned to death in a onlvSOcenUa bottle at A. H. Penny's Drug jewelry from her, was let off with 21 years btoru. fire in a hoarding. house near Duluth. by a jury at Evansville, Ind., Saturday. relatives there can be but three recogniz ed classes of the genus kip -- as viewed from The first come ut on a male standpoint. your lip is if they were touched by a smooth planed, cool and insensate board, without life or animation unproductive of any agretable sensation whatever, and not worth being garnered with the heart's mementoes of golden, happy hours. The second is a gentle, velyety kiss, very sweet and pleasant, but vexaliously unsatisfying to an ardent nature, and but little more pronounced than a fascinating cousin would likely bsstow. The third is such as coral, templing, pacslonate lip bestow for about ten econds upon your lips "a lingering long drawn out" that not only nweetne steal your breath, but seems to be draw ing your very soul from out your body. A fellow may forget his mother and about the time he is harvesting such a kiss he is sure to forget her but the recollection of that undwarfed, honest kiss will abide with him a source of jiy and be commensurate Union Local. with life Itself. of THE LOYAL LEGION. What's the Matter With this OU Feliow? IJUitURiJN DRNTISr, (To the Ulltor of tho titration JouaiAt. ) "Tremble, King Alcohol, We Are Growing Up."' The iNTEUIOlt of the 20lh av: "The SraMPOKii, KasTUCKr. The above i tne ominous title and (iicKtion of prohibition having ben fettled Ofllcu south at le Msin, two doors abore depot at. DAKVUalaE, KY. of a new order or organization which in thi county it is ilceleM to nuue it." You are mighty right. The old toper ha been planted in our mid it. It i auxHas removed to his elegant now building oppo alto the poitt uVe and Is beitor than ever prepar (pro and antie-- ) who paid for all the iliary lo tne Wouuu' Cnrislian Temper& ed to accoouuodato the public with Ann pictures from holographs to life slit. Satisfaction guar-teedrink before, "till lake their drink and on ance Union In fact the ofT'prmg of that STt.KOIl), KKNTl'CKY. a much cheaper renin since they fet them powerful and effective Association. It is of girli an I bjy who are will Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters, by the bottle and jug full and the old "dead compo-e- l ing to take upjn theiinelvei a pledge not to beat 'till follow them to their "secret Drilled Succefsora to Wallace A Cochran, placet" and drink free'y ''without mnney use or in any way cauo other lo tire, in- at ctrvelliprices. to Older and pumps furmlsbed -t f The purposes of the orgauizt all toxicant. 513 4th St, Louisville, and without price" Tie liuht have 7., gone out and a no on can ee how lo in tion are obvious: To bnd the twig in the terrupt the little boy, they are having a way it snail incline by the early inculca high old time too and you bet the tavern tion of temperance principles into the ten LONDON. KY. AMI AOKVTN ft'OK T1IK keeper know how to keep hotel. So let pro der mind of a rising genertlion. Wna' F . B. KILE Y, Proprietor. Sunday school Is to the church, the IN DIANA POLIM hibition remain on thertitute book, which the Thoroughly llcimvatcil it nil Kefnr. insist nn Loyal Legion expected to ba to the ad seem to be all the prohibitionist I'ure At the Dtp iiInImmI tliroticlioiit and prohibit the prohibitionist if it can, ard vancing army of temperance ! Sunday afternoon nnil roiiMoiiutile price. Diiy it ml night we old 'teetotaler" will still go without our ttst church, Stanford, tnliiNitre met Ity poll to I'orli'rsof thi Onoofthe Most Desirablo Building drink and love ihera freely. The fact is, last, Company D. of thi juvenile band was popular Homo. Lots in Stanford, U nothing to argue about. The land auccrssfully organized with a role of aboti ther South side Main street, opposite Christian church uhd r alill lbwa with "milk and honey" a the 10 membir, distributed into lot and adjoining the Presbyterian church lot. S. C. For terms, price, .ic , call on Geo. I) Weareu. of engines the guidance of the following ladle of tt e noee that look like headlight 26Mf ESS IK V. IVRAIIES. and breaths that smell like pinks will at W.C T. U. Class Ni. 1, Mis II nnah and even If it did not all a fellow has Fair; 2 Mr. Enma Hughes; 3 ,jr Annie let; Mt. Vornon, Ky. Hr nau.h;5, Mrr. to do i to rale hi own gram and make Weren;-- l Mr. O. Iiettie C Idwe I; Office next door to Whitehead's Drug Store I am dally opening an elegant line of Spring and drink hi own whisky and no one will Millie Nevius; 0, Mr and Special attention given to diseases ol children. bummer Millinery, Including all him," unles it be the jim Mia Louise Bailey, organit. "molest or scant (J77-t- f The regular meeting of the Liginn will jimnr Salvation Army, and everybody The Latest Novelties of the Season. JNO M. PEBKIMS knows the have no terror for a dear lover be held at one of tte cnurche in the after B. S.MiaTIH. JlsoDHKtD, Ky., May, It&l. So lets stop opposition nocn of every other Sunday, beginning hi of p ach and'honey. Albright A Martin beg to Inform tbelr many Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars the Christian church at 2 30 o'clock to prohibition. "Happy Jtcit " friends and cuitoiuvraot he change In tlriu name and Cutis Ituchtng, Corsets, Hustloi, etc. You will Bud meat tho rooms lately vacated by Bailary 6 h Anions the attractive failure of J H Milleh. ie A Warren, next door to the Myers tiouse. MAIM IN A P. S. Tell the old foxe to be careful these meetings will be good music, and (he II A TE J VO It Kit A Ii. The new firm how a not only to sustain the repwith their jug or the children may upet aitance of vocalist who are in sympaLut intends utation of the make many iiu thy with the temperance ctute is invited provemeuts loold, manufactureto ot tobacco whlcb WALTON'S OPERA them and "spill their molases." J. II. M HOUSE, the O her entertaining feature in addition lo will bo 10 tbe Interest ol our customvrs. We will Stanford, Jan 23d. devote attention to our Natural Leaf brands STaNKOED, EY. the cUps exeicise will be introduced irom of Kentucky's leaf Thanking you for past Tinir.K Kinds ok Kkntucky Kisses. favors and asking tor a continuation of your traoe, time to time to conduce to the enjoyment wu remain, WALTON BROS. - - Proprioto'8. Ktsprctfully jour-- , Outside of thoe kisse bestowed by aflection-at- e en-si- gn ...... E H.FOX, G. A. BENEDICT CO., d. WOOD WALLACE, Jl 2- TACKNOM MOUMI3, THE GENTS' FURNISHER I,AUNIIIY. Fli-nt-rl- ii 1 FOIt J HXJaIZ n. cUe DAVIS, Physician and Surgeon, DR. F-u- ru ii:itJiIN. 162-2- U-s-t JtAttTt.X fc VKIIKISH. who WX, AYKK3. JAS. O.OIVK IB riolary Public Blxe of Stage, 20x50. Eight complete aeU of Beta, ery. Beating capacity, including gallery, 60o-- 6 Keaaonable rates to good attractions. ATTORNEYS AT; LAW. FOR SALE PRIVATELY!! 311 AYRES& GIVENS, Filth Street, LOOWVIIjliE, Rooms S - (196-ly- ICY. .) and 5, Cromle Block. 111 r oil un Ing Agency ! MISS SALLIE HARBISON, Weet 8th strnl, will tecelte personal and prompt attention. She will make a specialty of Dross Uouds, but wtll receive ordVra fur Furniture, Car-l- t and in fact everything one could wish. The patronage of the ladles ol thla Motion espeeitl'y f aollclted. 262-t- Formerlrol Stanford, hat opened a Purchasing Agency la Cincinnati, and all orders to her at 127 My Farm ot S) Acres, mllo south of Monroe Smith's, on Green lllver In this county, alao, Kprlng Wagon, Harness 2 Harrows, 8 Shouts, 2 Cowa, 1 Heifer, 2 L'alvej II not sold privately will be sold 1'ubllc Auctloi on Jan. 1843. Uocd Title Uivea. There Is a good, new box House containing Kitchen Parlor, Scullery, Pun-trS Kooms and Attic. Tbe outbuilding consist of Store, rjom. Ham, Hen House, Picsiy, Corn crib, Wagon Hhel and Oool Spring House. Tula Is a (uitah'H place lor a store. For particulars apply to or address Sale tocommenc at tu o'clock. t, y, trl 2M.tf HSlITir, JOSEl'It K.HlghlanJ, Ky, 1SSS. Harper's Bazar I Illustrated. Harpet'a Baiar la a home journal. It comldnea cho ce literature audfine art Illustrations with the latest lntelllge ce regarding tbe lashiona Each number has clever terlal and abort stories, practical and timely essays, bright poems, humoroua-aketcheetc. Its pattern sheet ant fashion pi a supplements will alone help ladlts to save many times the cost of tho subscription, and papeiaoa social etiquette, decorative art, bouse keeping in all Its branches, cookery, etc., make It ustful In every household and a true promoter of economy, lis idlto lata are marked by good aensa and not a line is admitted to its columns that could offend the most fastidious tttrte. i)C.Sltl.Slafe3 "SANITARY" kie, -- ar Scotch Wool ki-'e- Underwear PJLATT'S ! 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Ijva nuarto, HVxlltS Inches, clvntly printed uiul Published by W.J'nulugl Douonat. i 1 lllin-tratio. uty-thl- TiPit', asm lloi'eLiini.D MIMIUM.NO Chi-cab- ARI0SA COFFEE Is kopt In all stores from tho Atlantic to the Paciflo. flrst-olass COFFEE Is novor good when exposed to tho air. Always buy this brand In hermetically sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES. AND BY'SPECIAL AOREEMENT WITH THE COMBINED Interior Journal at $3.50 Per Year. ' 1X6 ni ifBjiiii immimaugat, i . t-&r- IT"" iff'jUt NMyMi4NM ; WAiMii.ujiiiiri iMOIwKJiJLfamfct, MWMM KtiE0K5eff?St3 ., ...... -- r A OMNIILLE. BOYLE COUNT T. California boasts that the assessed val. I TnEitE is a great deal of silly stuff indulged in about the way the public printer lie of property in tnat btate increased last Boyle Quarterly Court began this gouges the State. Dr. John D. Woods id year $32,000,000. (Monday) morning with a very light dockTne east wing of the Holyoke, Mass., that noble work of God, an honest man, and et. 24, 1888 we wouldn't fear to trust him with our in- Envelope Company's mill was destroyed by January Stanford, Ky Al G. Field's Operatic Minstrels are to dividual funds any taoro than we would Ore; loss $325 000. We dtilre to rail jour Mention toourfreih snd be nt the Opera House Saturday, the 28 h The L. AN hss just contracted with inst. with the common wealth. The talk is W. P. WALTON. mostly by envious people, and their ml in the Rhode Island Locomotive Works for Jim Kal, Jim Brooks nnd "Bowling-green- ," behalf of the, public good so far overshoots 10 new freight engines. It has als'i orderthreo young negroes, were nrresird Ol ernj description, which pe kw conatsntly on bind, and ask ynu lo come and examine It ai well ai ed 150 new refrigernlor cars. No act of the la'o Jaines A. Qarfislil itself as to hwe th contrary effect from Saturday evening nnd committed to jail Henry L"oo.ls, one of thn scoundrels charged with assassinating William White proved more conclusively that tender and the one they intend. who so savagely nssatilted Rev. Stephen cotton last Thursday nUht. is going the rounds which is true heart beat in his bo mm, than that of An item Holcomb in Louisvillo, was fined $1,000 Which no retail home can commie with. While you mind, we will show you th Mrs, Ruth Sebastian died on Saturday remembering his dear old mother 6ret up singular, if true. Lewis McCabe, it is ssid, with the greatest of owned a portion of the farm upon which and sent to jail orjlive years. 1 o'clock after a lung illness of canabout on being Invested The United Slater Express Company cer of the stounch. Funeral 'luesday nt earthly honor, Itumediatelv nfter taking the first ral but 1 of the wir wis fought, tins closed a contract with the Ionisvilte We aro agent tot, the t sat In tiietnarkit; alto tbe 10 o'clock A. M. Services by Rsv, O A. the oath of President of the United States, at Manassas. His house being destroyed Southern Railroad Compsny for the express, Bartholomew of the ChristUti church. he turned und kissed that dear old mother, snd the farm ruined, he moved to AppoIMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, business over the tatter's lino. Hon. George R. McKee and wife, of who had guided his youthful footsteps, mattox, where the last battle was fuugtt Saturday was the coldest day ever Coyinglon, new and noTfl and the flnoat lldrig fifths kind In use. Ia our line ol Hlltu n I Cook wsre in town Sunday, on their Homfthln? ran ilaattin mrat fiutldluuilp watched ami prayed over him euccess in and where lie agaiu fullered the sacrifice ot movM, we h.iti prlcoi and make, and oiixmijr In llnatlng Mores. known at Minneapolis, the mercury way lo Lancaster, where circuit court is in we with toahow you ouiolhlni( one: lent. Ol Onrw w kiwp l.luio, (Vmrtit, ftalt, Ac, and In fitl manhood and whoatood the happiest in nil his house. If Mr. McCabo can establish going down to 48 below zero. At Chippe there la purely anything we While her they were the guest towniDdweatull be dflltitolimn'l otItthat la anythlui: near our Una. tVime In when you re In that vast throng to em him become the this, Cjngics ought to reimburse him, wa session. r to make pln.aitnt lir ton truly, Fulls, Wis , itjwas 6S below. of Mr. Mary McKee, Misses Matiie head of the RreaWnt nation on the globe. even if be was n rehet syinpith zr. At Montgomery, Ala., the other day, It was an act that increased the admiralir n There died in Barren county last week four colored men ptoodjup and were mar- Fisber and Mattie Bell left for Shelby of everyone who can Hppreriate a niothrr'e r. REID. the largest woman that ever lived in Ken- ried to four colored women. The men were W. H. HIGQINS, Seo'y and Trias. A. 0. SINE, Bnp't. A. W. Hooker a soldier in Ihe Mexican lore and a pod' devotion and bound the tucky, nnd perhaps in the world Her name all brothers and the women were all sis war, has been granted n pension at Ihe great man closer to the hearts of his conn was Mrs. John Hayne and her weight is lers. trymen. That old mother lived to see her given A shrewd woman has beet conducting rale ol $8 per month from Jan 29lh, 1SS7, at between 600 and 700 pounds The Judge T. Z Morrow was in town Sunday on the victim of a bloody isiasin, while what she termed n "Ladies' Bnk," in coffin had to be specially constructed and in Ibe zenith of his manhood and glory and and has swindled one maiden y, Geu. Fry, Boyle county's representative in no hearse being large enough to hold it, it Miss Mary A. Brown, of Norristown, the legislature, ha been at horns it c Sa -her heMt never ceieed to bleed at her grest be conveyed on a wagon nnd there ioa. SMurday, at the ripe old age of four had to urday evening. Charley Hianwood will Pa., out of $30,000. was barely room for it inside the bed. The her earthly sofferinifs and Public indignation is aronsed in the return to Oeeols, Mo., next week museum people had never b:en able to sesorrow were ended nnd she went home to State of Puebln, Mexico, over the asasi HEtlGIOUS, cure her lor exhibition .Mnniifnctiircrs of- "fee Jimmy" in the land that is fairer than nation in the pst fow months of several Frreui-H'jos- , meeting nn This Methodist Church Ex in ion Chaddocic says he has a compositor in day. Imagine the joy of that whoso political and religious the beautiful ehnie, dear render, if you car; his tffice, Charles D Wehb by name, who ideas wre repugnant to the fauatictl cler Boud has built its 5S07tb church. The "White Caps" at St Ouier, Ind , our pern fails to respond to the testacies st up Ian Thursday 16 000 cms of brevier icalx Kentucky has organize 1 an Industrial took a Baptist preacher, who had been toe r.w. that fills our own imagination of its su- type in 9 bouts. Such a feat is not im but the old gcntlrmnn's pr ipenei Commission, with 5 Gov Buckner r.s its intimate with some of tho eilers, and gate preme glory nd gladness ty for telling big yarns will create n sii'pi-cin- n chairman, lo arrange an exhibit of the re him 50 lushes on his naked back, The democratic members of Centre's A faith cure "reival" is being htl at of improbability In the minds of those source of the State for the Cincinnati Cen " should ntlend lo the business for which tennial, The Legislature will be asked to Reading, Pa , among the Menuoniles Ma who are nwnre of hi' falling. tbey weraehcled or reeign and j,o home appropriate $20,000 for the purpose. ny persons tlllicted have docked to the Gov. Bucknek has signed tne bill By their abducts from their 'aits Friday The tariil mennire to le prepued by church and announced their tailh, but no for a secind vo'e on the question ol and Halurday the republic ins were ibl- - to tbe Ways audMeans Committor, will col cure are so far reported. breek a fjuoroin end prevent the adoption calling a constitutional convention, Il be bo presented before February 15, or. prob Rev. Grevn Clay Smith, who hn hfn t antiiiua tihly of the majority report, which was signed by gins now lo look as if the not before March 1 The object of conducting n revival nt the Baptist chinch but barring the delay is ted document will b. ruei-vd- , 12 of the 15 znembtrs of the committee to prepare n bill which will t nt thi place for two left last Friday BtMtMrg the tireeonie and groundless contest a few needed changes we fear il will not be During his stay 26 addition Mire to pass Ihe Houe one it is prtsent- - for Dtuville. for Speaker Carlisle' seat in his favor. much improved on. ed. were nindo lo tt.e church. Williuiburg An amendment to'.the intersttte com Thobe was permitted to present bis case in Time, Kansas City contributed ?3,6o0 Sunday merce law, introduced br Senator Butler, on the ftaor of the House, which he peri-oRev. Atuustu Lt'l'tjnhn, formerly a to a personal fund for Sam Jones, who has provides (hut no railroadisimll charge aiy widely-knowdid by reading a speech prepared for him n and etictwsful ennglist, ben presehing third for some time, and passenger mora than twoo-ntper mile for and taking about an ii&ur lo do ro It is died Isst wrek in tho poor bo tire at Pi paw, Col. E. Polk Johnsjn is mean enough to reject the report 200 miles, nor the republican tactics lo sy that his audience probably mistook the any di'tanco greater thin mile for a less Michigan, and was buri.d in a pauper's more than three cents per and reopen the contest, hut the democrat grave. He fell from his hiiih enltlethrouch dirt in his reruton for real esmte distance. whose tbstnee cuiilributts to such a result habits of drunkenness. Ocrt too partial friends ol the Orfeneboro The horrihle euflerirgs of millions of ought and touhtless will be knickrd out outroged crmlituenev, when he of Daily Mtticngcr are, moved to piy us this catlls nnd sheep can hardly be forgotten in by au Fields h Oi.'s Miusirrls an en couiplntienl: "There the sympathy that is felt for the human be- gagement at Ihe Opera Hon Iss, night lo The grtaiiy appit-ciaitfer for re election nexi November right of Mr. Carlisle lo bis sent has is no moie logic I, it dependent or forcible ings out West. Tne bones uf nnnv thoua hou-- e picked lo oveiil jwing. Thn been fnl'y eenled to the satisfaction of nil writer on the Kentucky pre, than the ed- sands of poor beaste, frczen In death in from first to Ust thn cleanest, tne--e blizzirda, will whiten the plains nex1 honest men, who have read the proceeding, itor of the Stanford Journal." briuhtest and best tuinstrel enlrriainmrnt summer. and neither the public nor that excellent that we have had here for a long time I The boycott eems to haVH helped the gentleman and thorough statesman should Train robbers on Ihe Wab-- h road was niinstreUv pure end clesn, and as uiin Sunday's paper had more Courier Journal played to hard luck It got out .trely should be. Thn aiming alone with be longer hsrrssecd by Thobe and his dis nilvertisomeut than usual, in fxcl there w" on liniul a Irirjre anil iMile-o- f lino r Furiil. Hill hIwjijm that an attempt to rob a certain train would this compsny would form an evening's enappointed democratic backers, more spire givm in advertisements alone Iiiro mill I'lidertiikrrN UoimIm. .tly prlccrs will lts tv Inir mm niicIi be made snd tbe sheriff and a pone got on tertainment in itself, suerior to some RoodM tun Iw ImiiHht In llu Jit iii n irlnl mid ynu The International Council of Women than the entire mtttcr of the other papers. bard and when the robbers showed tip of the cslled musical cowpsnie. Thorne will hs CAiiTlnred Hint 1 mII lowtr tlimi the Inwresi. si will celebraio the 40th auniversary ol the The tired, over woiked legislature had they shot the ringleader and captured the the Kuropesn Wonder (s he is called) did Women's Suffrage Movement at Washingy. entire gamr. some wonderful feats, his acts being entire ton. Msrch 25ih to April 1st. The call is o attjourn from Saturday till noon William Uannon, aged 93 yeirs, did I7 uew here, and on conclusion he received ststeHinen know when they signed by E.izibeth Cady Stanton, Susan The$5adav in Hancock caunty a 'few day ago He encore after encore. The dancing, and in women, have a good thing nod propose to draw the B. Anthcny Hud other Bhort-hair- ed THAT was for 60 years a member of tbe Baptist fact the whole show, "csught on" in such a not having linked sweetness out as Inna as possible. whom nature is to blame 'or church, was father of 11 children, was six livelv mancer Ihat there will be a success-i-- in made men No true wciuau with the gen TiiEcnrrent nmntur ot farxr'a Wtelbj feel two inches lull, uncommonly erect of of crowded br"e dtir'ng the remain tie instincts of her eex wuuls to mix in pol- hs a strong article against the Blair Bill, carriige, and ''ti-e- i tobacco until the day der of tbe eni'ai.m! . UV rongralulsle itics and march up to the polls and vote, it which it agrees ought to be termed ''a bill before he died "Breckinridge News, Manager Br.idr i.,.j.i 111 picious open iaonly the "he" noman who do t promote mendicancy" rather than eduTbe contract for building a tunnel at ing and if he brings other ailrrclionj hill cation. Cumberland Gap and nine mile of tbe as good as AI Q Field it C'e OperMic Bili O'Bkadley need not lay the Piwell's Valley Railroad was let to Mason, Minstrels he will reap a rich harvest unctio'i to tin ajut that ttiu demo h'EWSr NOTES. Hotfe & Co., lessees of the Kentucky peni Toledo llUd. crate are trying to gerrymander him out of for aick cats teniisry. The tunnel will be ovr three Cincinnati has a Nobody' Al Walton's Opira House, 31st, a chance to go tj Congress fourth of a mile in leneth and the conafraid ihat he could be elected ill twi7 con and dogs You will save vour horro the pain of a The Hendrick- - monument hns been let tractors are under heavy bonil to have it e nevrr lias oeen eiccieu 10 tiogenuv. sore mouth if vou will alw vs dip th bit i for $15 000 and will b done in Italy. completed by September 15, 1839. anything since he turned his political coat Tne Mpachue t Senile by a vote of It ia expected that the Blair bill ill a bucket of cold water before puUirg it io wrong side out and never will It wasouly his nuuth. This takes the frost oul of lb while he wa n rampant, blood letting 28 to 24 passed a prohibition amendment to pssi Ihe Senate, but there is still hops that Hevirg irctird the f eiviccn cf C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmnkor with bit If you wint to know what would hip -il may bede'eaied in the Hoii'n. The democrat that he ever gut anything he rau the constitution. It is now stsied that over 1 000 persons tlment that il puts n premium on mendi- pen if roil did not do this, put your tongue many yoarV experiencf, k)l woik will ba done with 'neatness and dispatcha for to suit the eye. tprcucif ai a tyt fr zi to death during tne great blizztrd in cancy is growing. The great variety of against the bit after il has been lunging ail inuy lEicrea. night Ji a zero temperature. You ill nut A MUBDEitrn at Huddon, N. Y., ba ihe Nirlhw'st, Senator Blair's measure ostensibly in the just been eeoced to be hanged ter the six h -- Win. Mtirdntth, ged 82 years, was general iulerest of humanity begin to tell take it away as easilr as you put it there, time for the same offense. Tne gnni of bunkoed out of $10 000 at Putsbtiri;, by the against this particular scheme -- Cincinnati and whi u yen do t'et loose you will 'e tve a piece of skin on tbe bit. If the hit is fir.t new trials has saved him every litre and he umihI metlnds. Commercial, (Cincinnati New Orlonnn and Toxa Paolflo Railway.) feels no more concern about the rioult ot Rinland Hall was literally blown to la Ihe latter part of December last, 8 put in cold water this will not hsprvn, FltOUITK I.IMC IIKTtril..Tlli:.MKTII amimiutii bBu pieces by a boiler explosion at Peak's mill, thtB sixth seutencrt tnan If it had ss Parker, of S'lubanicatie, N 8., was robbed Thn average weight of men's hearts But after six juries -- 72 mn ner Ftaokfort. pronounced. in New York by "green goods" men. Park eleven ounces each, and ol women's ony Limited Express Trains Bet, Cincinnati and New Orleans. baveeaid he ought to hani! the people Dr. Brimleite. the only sui of the late er wmt home, but returned lo the scene ol nine ouiices. Thus when ihny give snd IN 2i IIOUKS should put an end lo the fooltst eai by ex Gov. Tons E. Bramle.te, died at Honey the wwlndle last Wednesday, accompinltd take, or exchange heirs, m in is tie lifer, . Groie, Tixj, latt week. seeing that his nectt is properly and promp .to Now Twioo by a big rustic named Fulton, determined finality being wi'lV. Man's averaun brain Tlix'tmgh. !y etieichtd. Tl e President 1im accepted an invita- on revenge. Tho two men put up at a ho-I'- d weighs 49 ounces and woman's 11 The The Nsttilliorii HniU fo CHlU'siriilit. 4 to open the and blew out the gas when they retired average wrignt of holti lungs is for men Mrs Ovisgtom, who wa MIsa Georgia tion to visit Cincinnati July TE.VAH HllfMIT Valley Exposition. (Ir-tiel15 ounces and for women 32 ounces. N'X' morning both were fotin dead. of Ljuisvills, is seeking fmie bf Olio Miz, -- In right lung weighed 32 Hi.d the ief CONDENSED TIME TABLE LN EPPECT Up in Pike cotin'y tne Halfi Id gmg thye rl8S7 110 ibrakemen were proposing t raise $20 000 to purrh isa a JAN. 1, 'H8. ki lie t f.n Ihe Michigan roads nut of i total ma le a raid Saturday night nn the bouse of j '77 ntl,iii rnaltlri . AO finnpnj .if linnu . " latm of Washington for precaution to HtlAI) DOWN. It f. All II of 211 railro.vi m.n wno were killed. Sim McCoy, a brother of Randall, whofe 14 ounces in exc ol thn nverige the French government. Wuv not bif " ritanntlUlll. iAiNaAuT7T - . Jlinnle Rtv, daughter of a prominent I outp was burned and a portion of his fam "-fttt-t- t the preseut here! and s&nd it in her own Tne killiug of uligitiM Is an irregular ..TAHONri Dally in ily killed several days ago, and taking Mrs. No nauu? She could do eo with her pin c t zeti of Cdnrid i Springs, threw herself ! occupation of quite a number, in imn Jl!!ll!:.i!:i,l!;- l- !i Jil'i7:-i.n,. uMr. '" McCoy to a tree, blindfolded and lied her is half as wetl-th- y frintof a train at d was instantly killed. money, if her aged epoive nlmig our southern cost, and ul places 900am tOpin SOOpiu 7 M n m L'?f...Cliiflnrul! ... A'r 6 to a m C U n m 7a'"t ..J - Htt'c O nsy, of Vtnderbill, Mich, lo it, then shot hur lo death, together with been given out baforeher mac S 47 pui OSpw S 1.1 Sw!,','? as it hid WIIIUmitowD.lve tu Mflaui tliough the s ipply uf skins vanes much, a lljaam 7U2iip IH37pui. I ill a m .iirK(ton Tne house was set on fire . vja 11 Jii Cm thrive hnr six weekt' old illegitimate child her eldest son I pxliiKlon S 18 a III !, jiSEJ? great many thousjud are tuutied every sear 'IS M pin 7 8.1. in llOJpm 10 1J rui I 15 pm S M a iu ........... NIclKilasville from i train. The child was found cut in and McCoy and his two youogast children 8C2.in Ivl',?. sotC. luiitaiioii xkins are, however, much more UMpm 'J 10 p tu UiSpui 11 .'5 a ui a 18 p m U 30 a in I Junction Cnjr .... '. 2 . , 3 10 Since Pies Taiilhee iiitnduced a bill two. s io a in 1 burned to death. I 05 Sunerael IdOpiu iM abiUmipin mIT? ui I SOinul sale of spir beirg mane largely ol sheep utiuierous, prohibiting the manufacture or 0 a p m II 75 a ml ...IMkdHl SiAaui 316pm 70piu The lestimony ol Pdicoman Halloran vmJS Knoiville elnied h denmcratiu mayrr 8 20 mi skiDH and limitedlf nt split ciw hides, A llfopm Ai,v..ClntUnjlca..I.'i. 7 10 , m iltuam! iioun, vinous or nisll liquirs in the District ' ,I00bj l.'vr...nultai.OuiM.A'rv HSOain 6IK) Saturday hy i maj irity of 925, although cmvicud Michael Lvoch of perjury in n i4tinn greitdettlof toug'i paper a ock is made in .. lA'tv .. Attallu lOOpm of Columbia, he i' being deluged with let...Ar't i Slip in. the city has a regular repnbl.cin msjoritv C'hicogo court. Lynch served his term in imilatinn nf alivstor 3 'M i in II 10 pin l.TO nirnilnuDPiu Z IS p in 3 30aiu leithvr. ters ot thank" from Ihe Women's Christian of 450 43 p in 12 U a in .... U Ml . 1 lll.air.OM ........ the penitentiary and returning to Chioigo, 4 ,, 4l) h , 1" M p iui I tJ a in Are. .Mrr il an ...1t ki(I iuiuii.i,.,., U iior, Pre is a idy dog. dv Temperance urday he was convict ...... ,.i 15 h in' UK' a m A'it. rlT Orl.Kin I'lm O'Brien shot Henry IO I'd pin 5 110 Metcalfe killrd Hslioran. Ira Pin . I TIOT) TiTTKTm t A IcalJpfica In a vcrv ,1. 4 SO a in L've... . Mxrillldfl ' ilish el, and kuowsas well ho to hood- through the 'A'rm iuiiu n in IHJIN 1 , I alrabla part of town wild huirtat Lexington in n ipiir ed of murder and ennieticed In 35 jears' rv I.'K .. Jailinu Hluiu I.'vm -- t rooms rmiidM tho Kllciui i , u Urge rlcu Ksraun wink Ihe winneri ns nuv Me'lioili-- t prici ix ,. ... 11 Wa in VIcimi.urK 'Op in . rel overthe aile of ncWetH at Lsll'd 0;era impria utueiit in the S.ato prison, When mtaclie.l. Apply lo It. (J. UltAltl. TM-- t .... . ...i I 30 p iuiI.'tb Monroe er in the country ... dm verdict was announced Lynch turned .... i. .....' ........' II ISji mlArr. BhrKrcport II lll'O a iii ........1 I'Si?" . - F. G story is itef replied upon State's Attorney Lmge.necker and N. U, Train rr. U l.avrn Ualcdals at 1.0 a m. iml Hiritm 111 Cluttauui' Martin. mi murdered Samuel The rather fi'hy at V..I.I a. i, No 10 C. W. METCALF, JR., Iea?eiL'riatUnooi at 1.3) p. u. and sirlres ut Otkdklu it 7 6';. 'I'll fix oti, if I ever 'nt a cbsuice." from TX4s mat . man smrtvd Irom town Hilton t S 'Uih Pitlrbiir, Tenr., wis cap hii-e'- l; Muim lioudoir Hnltel rilnvplUK Utra on all tliiniijli Irtlni, to hi homn in th country on bnr'ebat:lc uiretl mi u OiriciniiiUi Siuthern trim near In Hastk. tionitf persons, priijclpitlnjr Aitonrcy nt Imw iiimI Itvul I- - JOHN C. OAU7.T, OenM Manaer, II OOt.I.IIltH, OenM Krt A ttniuial knev the (j iillanooa. I'a.a. Agt., during th bl zzird The llltH KVIlt, CAUUOI.I,, (lou'l riupl., women, still f.illow the time honored cus - A I ml t'ealr in Litiisrille, nnd look him tnM, hut .h he bold, a c way home 'leneral Olticiw, Ht. I'aul ItulldlriL'. West Ko'irth Hlret, I'luclniati ()H' ICY, JiA.ltJIOUIlVIJlL,12 loin of wrilini; "in limte" on the back of r in m umiiM wan louiid in his ollicasi bully fr zi:i (tint e,ill continue'! ti sit In th stddle, the full letter. It comes cbe.iper than an Imiuecll-at- o Will practice la any court In Kuatarn Kentucky. He wis loo stingy to ily went out lo find Into stiff tnd siarn fm iif his Miuiiu died delivery sistap auJ as il iloeen't excite Kxarninatloai ul land titles inado a Any ush his own fuel. and mineral ttiiiher, coal, Kill. the postmaster undtil, il harms niboiv, ilzetrsciiolaale, Iiiformatlou timber lamia for on fnrnlilil (281-t- any (J, W. Howard, of Hopkinsville, bruwhile it pleases the writer and increases point nnd currodpondeuco sallclUxi. A VBlMtvr nut in KanBia nas applied for MI AM TA1I.O It, tally beat bis bride nnd atlemp'ed (o take u spider bit him during Boston tho sales of tho ink merchant, a pension because liorlife far rofu-m- g to give him money to ton Transcript. the time he was a soldier. He ought to I hive received and still receiving fellows, too luzy to spend in drinking. have it. All the. irilling A number of aur vnuni people recently Jim Nowlio, an 18 year old bay, was oug it to ba supportTbli la to'notlfv tbe public earn mi hooe I.vitu, hung at Eiat Cambridge, Mass, for mur- decided to put wedding cike under ther mlt any bunting or any otherthat we will not per treapatalng on our ed by the government. der, Friday, maintaining the utmost indif- pillows at night and we are informed that farms, but we will punlah any person orperaona Comprlilog tbt beat In thi market, which will be they dreamed of tbe following: 1, of her o treapiaalog to th full extentol tbe law. will take $8078,,500 to pay this ference to the last, Nov. 4, 1M7. Qotten Up in Style and Make Sooond to Hono in City or Country Nine prisoners in the jil at Byron, K rand mother; 2, of a snake swallowing a JAJtfSHZPPPLKH. year's ptBiion bill cwufoUud il msr be V. M. Si'OONAMOBE. or trebled IfTihe coffee coolers, eut-le- n Texas, escaped to the wood', but one soon man; 3, of an elephant skipping a rope; 4, doubled Give Me a Trim. A.M.VKLASD, tet what they are returned and surrendered, saying it was too of a runaway team; 5, of a railway accident; end bounty-junipeJ. il. 3IMLLMK, cold to stay out of doore. 6, of a murder -- Berton (Ual.) World, ; WILLIAM BBCK. uying for. 6 ' Attention. Please. Oliver Chilli! ami Imiicrial X'low.s, Complete laine of Groceries Otix' J$toclc of Ilavdwrae, Vt-rj- yslit-to-da- HOCKEK A JIKIOIIT. -- Pnil-adelphi- STANFORD -- h-d- PLANING MILL CO. ii.visiiij nmti:it, .iin!rii.jN, Hush. Doors and ISHnd.s ahvay.s hi '(ock. score-and'si- i, -- Flooring, Wcathcrboarding Ceiling, isrj3"w- 1 pio-vidit- I , pic-sen- FURNITURE STORE MAtJK TJflTFF.UAK, l'roprieior. we-k,- s AK teu Ht;ck. Iiit lr rltlr. PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTS & STAGG, 1 tl.l-teri- ng Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, uifp Queen and Crescent Route. Cars Orloans and Florida Daily nt 1 d's lirsl3. l. '" ' . '" "" '' .. snr ria. , '?? 11 111 . 1 3 IS JJi l,f V ?""" i ' .. icllt. H C. f) :ilJH X r New Goods for Fall and Winter It r, n. O. RTJPLEY. 23 wtZts 5:tni-3Stk- le to take her out of her atifTering." whom flhe ha- I HAVE fitat reoelrml a nttw lot of Ham. ed so long and happily, will atdlf tni tin SL1 burg. 8 II. HhnnkR the old madam known what ahe ie dear one of hia huniii, and to himall hearlR . . B. O. WALTON. talking abjut Stanford will oon wllneaa UuHlnoaa Managor. turn in ajniiMthy. Toe funeril was Old newing uMchinm rnj tired and an another marriage. Ton weddlnu elennl line of m one, at 1'otor Hmn-ton- 'n have been purohii'ed, he eaya, and Rnrmenle preached by Ittv J. A Iligle veterlty at the day 11 o'clock, afier witch her remain were InStanford, Ky Jauaary 24, 1888 draw on apaco. terred by tho-- e o' her sjii, near McKln We hare rfcelvcil h nice lot of m n'n A NEW FOiT'OmcK baa been eftabllihid ney, Gnu shoe In doiiiioU, knnKuroo rind calf. 1'nOllnhi'il 'ftu'mliiu unit FrMnun, LAND, STOCK AIJO CROP in It iokc-- f tie and named l'onen, with liriiCH A McRl)eit. -- AT W Nioholn ai pTtmiter. Cleore II. P. &K P. W .d It itwht of G'o Wk have received our firvt eprtrin order SU J'thnaon haa ben :iipjlnted pnat Vaughn a old jack lur $500 of ilambiirjt o'linve, lacea, &i 1'ieaau tuaater at Mtillinn, Wltitley county. A. 1' Ntinnelley bought of JonttliNn Itumieritowllf wn credit thdlLSO rill ho ! call and examine. Owsley A Crau a line buggy mre fjr $300 twctul mill ilemnll. - ,. Oou order for an entire new outfit Iinh Foitr-AL-- 250 buijel ol We'n me Hurr, J. A, ilooLi: write-thowitiK to been placed mid in a week or two the Juhn M Moltiberl, 8r., Stanford will the weather the IVichera' a brAiid oat Joukn'AL will come out ii 1.& N. LOCAL TIME caiw. -- Wumack A Ntilid bnughtni Billing not be held at M Kaiiiny next Hnturdiy ae new dreft from liad to loot nol a citinle Green n car of nand uiiiIhm tl S11250 2 01 r. M prnpoxed. old typo appearing in it. Then wont it he Mill ItJiUioInx Nottr... Interior Jourm.! Splendid Maciceual at T. It. Walton's Call on ua when you want a raddle will pay you, Metcalf & Foster. Ii ged at lat Her Htid hiibmJ, wlin li. Ir PLOWSPLOWSPLOWS Wo have tho King of Cimo Sod 5 Champion ss Plows, to-w- lt: lTo. jnl l'KUANNOM.CAHU.. 0ley at J Linifn ' train" I'rtliilU Norlh i ' houlh to carry Tim Uller train 1 " Month tMuth NrM1 .... - ...... . - i . iiMn-n- . ' ' .. AM A. M - 0 6 A.M II ' M r. . " Pay Attfntion. I wmh to eay lo my a dala)? n ThtkoTa U CAleuUlnl tin taniUrJ ne It About 'i0 tnlnuttw Iminr tint. A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. - no uio.iey-onkiCiHtomera to mil and nettle their acounla. Rkmicmbeii tin I need the money and mtntl have it. Do aale, the only objoct lining to clmu out the Bolir not M'tflect thl thlni;. Mra. Kate Duddu- - alock within tiie ehorleat time Thcia comini; flrt will find croteU A bUiwico.v at Ctmiinati adrcrli'ea to menl to eelect from, l'uwer' Great Hir gain Htore. il cure bow lee and we expect lo aee n e, rr m aort K""-er.- exodm of younK men and women Train lent llowUntl t7.-.'-0 A. M. nd return it from hern ie aoon na the fact bcoomea ceil ( r m. erally known TllR urand clo-iii- it LOCAL NOTICES. out aale of H. L 1'jw era & Co. la cirrrliii; all before il. Noihlmi t lluv jour nc.liool boon and tchool lo tipial it before in Stanford. Good nv-- er front A. It. IVnny away at aiich Inw price' 0 t were Watch m and Joweirj rp.lrd on nhor ly a fewuiYeii weekuith. Djii'i fail to atand wtrrautwi Iit A. It. LVnny. aotlce tend, Alock ot welrjr, Intwtt A 00Mri.CTr. aj mm iii i A. trio. Kockford WAldieft a ojtecialty. IllK Intkkiuh Jouiinal oea to nearly R. erery Bute and Territory in the Uitd 1 lit: firm ol I'miny ft MaAliitr hain Mlr fiutea and to overy countiy In the ohl world llm Koonunu atb retlT f''r iliMiiitnl, turnt. Coutf at once and fettle. Yon inij except Africa. It alo oa to Oceanifi lie weekly furt'Un mail amotion to S avo cot. . cup-phei- Having ecnml the eervice of Mr. George Deb rde 1 nui now prepared lo do all kinda of work done in a drat claix black emiln eliop. Will Mill continue to run tbe Davienn e!)(ip with claaa workmen Give me a call. A T Nunnrlley. fil drawiriR niuh and of rain In Ltiilavilln ne.xlTuewdar nicht, 31 at, all Hon. J. W. M.UUUN him trslay, (and wno rfoea no?) can a nn IcjaI biieinewe. , ot Mi. Vernon, and ontnpany of 1M at Wnlmn'a Mit.M.C William-Home. I V tfoiiw to he the event uf hurt) jtftrnlaT. W at early ) fcur a reervd Mil, r. A. Oiowham l vl.hlnc Mr. be PERSONAL. 1 pound. Al FlKI.Ii'tl date I lorr 0ra . irvt cbnnne lo lo hear Moody, al one lere no lo Loul-ivlllit viellinu' Mr. Iv-- 'f DlltMnrar lor the round trip, will be L'iven by the I. Will Watkiu t t.uIiii hi iiUler, AN. Thnrliy. 23 h Knkey, Moodi'e Mr 0 W. Irryuiau, al tlerny, I ml. ohl partner, erill i mi him t morrow mid Mie nwrrir. Paaton Iir rvturiud temain until lh cl.i.' of lh meelin, In Ixttil nt eeteinl uionlh from a ! Tiile. TltK tlolden Itnle CltiUmnr Htore ol J J nho i. Caraon al Kidnr-ilMu W. M. K.MLOtH.Fii, burned laat A C'a Morn at wfek of S. L l'orr $12,000, Loa f 18 000; fmiuratta chirrfe AvIiUnd, l iwMimltt: in thir etnrr litre thi Mr. Ctraon, wno w birn in ihia cuttmy toll- - a local reporter that he will go right wtek. Mm T. I' Ilii.l.. Jn., and MUa Fn alone iu buaineaa ,ta Mon a- - the adiii'tera nie Hill wmii down to Mwnon Friday lo artile hi inaurnnre pnd etvrl tl) with Mm Ufiudlot 'J IIK mercury ha nol been above Ihe Spkllni; frnilnir point alt.ee our Ul iue and Fri Miw. H J KMniiV left Htinday nlht lay nlhl a enow of en inch or two in for Knoxlllr I l.e irfut at the Hojrd nupiuaU. Mr. J H. II ickrr will d depth wi added lo iIh rleet that already Lokaii c ivered the earth. YealerJay the weilher tbithrr had crineiderahiy nicxI'rAteil and more Mu. J. T. Haiikii iffl yesterday to Mercer and Jwmiiie enow waa predicted by -Krrr. Greely roll rUtlT04 in an Mr Ilrrl taHe a week of each co'in'tei1. Tiik LnnlavlIU piper tell ol the arrival of a firetborn Into the family of Mr. Jftr to Ti'il lit" relnlltrf. Mil It C IlKADLfY, lie conlrtclor Den nl A. 8'ianthan, who made many and builder, i in otir mlJl and tttr hi frienda in Ihia eectioo while ne waa a con and tractor on Ihe K. C. D.m married Mi'm trrire lo II e p;o)it o II rr "l Umi. flcinliy- .- f dayinu Mayinn McDonald, a Liuitville btaulr, Mlts ItoftK HiciiAiiiM receirl from a and they are -- till lj h the prill teat couple d picture Chlratio arlul 8itirdr a W th.t ever had their tinbin 1)11 with a Jenlue, which " f her ulrter. Mi Pr baby boy. feci enpy and an etcellent llkrnefa Ktl.I.r.D J inea, a brikeman Hijulre Cut. S. A. InwiNln oonlrarted fur who lived at Pine Hill, ot hi foot cttuit a ntceollasa In be hoih on hi lot in Ihe In Ihe vuard rail of a .witch al Ittokhold Miller Ktlenion, Hie key of ithinh are lo Htturday and n freight papd over M trnli 10 h. er m lutn be lurniil him, horribly ntAnlln hi boiy. On the Mil Kt.I.IH O. Knitlt Ike Kcntlemanlr aiineday another braVeutn namd Humidnce man of FieWn Mmlrel', wan here phrey had hi rif.'hl leu maahe into a pulp ye'terdar, making Ihe final preparation by netting ciiiitht between car on Mill foe biaahnw, whictt will be with tit on the draiti(h' Hill. It I aid that an average :um ol one h rait mi mi a day ia killed nn the Mb. ami Mm W E Vaiinon led roada In tbe United Stale. Fr'day fur WaaMiwii.n, but Mr. Vnrnon and hid lo be Tiik fooliah rtillnu ol tbe p3tofli:e d waalaken ill at brotmhl home tie rd ly. She i much bet pirltnent aKinl any writing or printinj.' ter now and Mr Vanion will leire at nnce on Ihe addre-- i of third and fourth cla mttlei haa been eettled by Cnrea ptini: for hlttpiwl Mil M. T. Ciiait of the I.binon a law allowing almot anything reasonable 7'Crday on the wrapper, providing proper epa.es i r.ni(rtrit, etopptd ofer bcon rererved for the "tamp and the addr". from Iindon, where h In toee hiamin, Joo Walton, who liu bju Ihe Utile Indfcttlou upon a newapnprr Wi liuai the little namahe will wrapner of when the ubcr!ption expire Tery ill i noloiiger p'ohlhited and ali the tlirec anon be nil riehl attain ()L.8am M. IlUKDrTTT wrllea to have lion a- - lo forwarding, delivery and return hi paper Chunued lo Ojtaha, Nrb , Ulid gt iiicatUigel Co tike eay that he ha been diieci-i- l HKWAKD.Several yer ago Mr. J e chartieof Ihe Hefeiitm AiHnt'adieiaion, em Severance promiaed hi- Will if iu bracing the cnllectlnn ditrlctof Iowa, would neither cure, drink, aennke nor Ktnavand Oilorndt. chew he would giye him a fi in gold watch Mits William Fostkii returned from Will attained and chain when he wa 21 Biuierael Friday, whither aie had been to hi majority Sunday and the old nun wai aea her ein er, Mre Sam Debt fl, who wag a ever ahl'OoIa hi wtrd. f ihi-rMIm M tndi Allt.n formerly of Ihia placa Iny that lived up to uch a atantlud She repirta Htt nhe ia as low aa tun be with Will ih th it on. Mr Saverancd bnihi Inlhmmalory rhetioutiam and comntnp-tiolo give iw i watched Ciirlxtum intendin an J thai her dettli ia expso ed at any Jim the other at tn mnn time he t;tve time. but drMtu Will in and fir the -- tma rei-oMlW. S J, 1. Ilotllf at IliwUml li Waiinmi!, n I idunaji.ill. A.NOTIIKlt e and prhH the TiiEfiiperinlendent of il.o 5tli Ksilwaj Divlatnn, Mr J H Gwiti, haa forwarded to Mr J.. Severancn an olHcial certificaic of Jim'e remark th e nt-- - exitoilntlinni It a a follow: Xuniber of weparationa in State SO; tinuiber in tile 80; number of hnatlleil carila handled US; correctly 113; peroenltge corict 100; time 23 100 of tn.it ii'iitlly aljnel. Such pro- fieUnuv ia rarely attained even by an old postal cleric, and when we coneider tht Jim had only eerved 16 ilavii, an idci uf hift sp.iltiile 'or the bimnox may be oh i Mined. Mr. Sfveraro naturally very proud of the certificate and prouder of Mr. liwin'ri cum n'idaiioi n' hibiv. Foil Balk A N.rmn etallion mid a gciod jn"k. L D, Gimer, Crab Orchard Din Borden, of Ihi oily, eold 22 mulea in Atlanta, Gt., at S137 per bead -Pari Kentuckiao, Fou Salk Two cowj: Oae a freb milker with heifer cilf, the other h stripper. Dr. J G. Carpenter. Titer) were 1 353 Shorthorn cattle enld in England during 18S7. aggregAiing $508, 850 01 averazing ?130 09 Ss Soil, (if Nelwn county, vhi-l:- y old 2 700 b rrela nl eour ma-- It to Cfrctnnati parties la-- i wtek, the eale amou nting to over )50 000 - The firm who ii wt had not ten up a corner on Butley tcbttco deny the oargn nn ety lb nijh price - due entirely ia the xhortiKv nf tritt kind of the Weed D C n with horn culter and draft rod. We hayc the Silver Steel that cannot ho excelled either for blue-grasod or stubble. We also have a combined fcteel and chilled plow that we will guarantee to give better satisfaction than any of tho all chilled ' plows. It will pay you to see these plows beforo buying. Wo havo a good Btock of plow karnoss at low prices. Wo d of Old Hickory Wagons of have just received a all sizes and styles, and will havo in a short time a largo stock of Buggios, Carriages, Carts and Buck Boards embracing some now styles that wo want everybody to see. car-loa- tiaSO. 9JUK. Jf . JP. WJESARfntr, I. WEAJBEBT, JHan'g'r., Irop. JBk P3ir.au i.i PHARMACIST, 6r Tarhune h bitigMnf J. B V-Drugs, Books, Stationery and dlv'er l'l teniln.i; mule- - at S05 eoh. F rdiiuy eHiuuiwa. P Jaoie-eolto O S. Smith Tuesday 20 goi-co ton yeerl'ng mule JS7 a Iicau fhTilclant' rrencrlptlnm accurately (CinpouDdnd. Alan ; rilairid-berRivunt Mill Y ning Icm'. hii Iinptr'o' l'zrro, c! (SSM ?ulcVQxisVvrMrM. - y ", Kan, - . winch rot biut 17 o'K) at (.ori'lun)' nig utile tn 1SSG. He hod pneumonia In hl rn-- i aid Iw.t year old form he wnn 'oUl $21,060 len h a llireli ear enld I.at TueeUy Charle- - H. UANRIAUES. loO. S .Smith, of Tynorvit e Tnn , 20 ne ye.i r trig mar mult at J90 per bead Mie Sallio Tnuroiiind, the hendeeme a ,til it itinn pnv t!0 T O eoitonl teacher, and Mr. J.iMi H. May. liHig yearlin utitleK, 'lOtees ami in rc t oonniy olerk of Pulaekt "ill be uuiiett in BtrKlowti Kcord. i75 per bead marriage The 'otal Bt.tnev rtoed for Je-- r, Georje Harri-- , H;d 70, of Atuoricu-- , not Inclii'lin . owfmrr' enrii"M to divurc-aa- J Ga., uot a uiarril a Maoon grown aon ttitirnpii viiited pnre, Miorny in uielone end 'iieplns in virgin. 'ling run-- , hwujiioi lo $1 3US 20S 50. the Did man and iavn him a druobing, Keptiickv h follow : I,i nta Mie Kila Hrnaddu, aiater ofMiM.Im. ?80 050; liiiiMv.lie UQ DUO; Un- - g m. $2. nie, who l well known here, w- - mir.-ie- d GOO at her borne In Mtdi9n TnnriUy, to Mr. Ah nt 310(1,000 rfcrtii of her Kit Park. Mi. nnj Mr. R. K. Ilinow, bnaiitppel fntui tt"" ciuntr this who attended, returntfl hjuin Saturday. neatly all of nm t wnt lo lb- - Atlenln Ojr buin manager in receipt of lijtlke' re Lei itniii'li 30 -l e"1- an Invitall in to tbe marrite of tho beau a froiu t'H in - niune . ii I w 10 ti'ul and loiely Mta Annie Marguerite nr 15 nr-lin f u eltt,ip4 I I'll daughter ol Dr. and Mr. P. W. Rtl-4- . Mil ...lit t" lf IIM -- iIIIIItt Ligan, to Mr. Iln 8. Boyd, which will oc have n b (i r 'oi ( jeweler. MvfpEmm to-- j " .iu rzs: vVet S', y-- ' J! ol; fnr The Larirest Stock of Watches, Jnrreler ;ind PilvnTtuaro hTer Oioobe, Y0 KV-fxlm- ? ltpor tbe Lowret. Muiht to trill market - l"rlrr.i Loner tlint5rsJSA WtnhM. Olrxif- and TewoliT P.c- N 'i-ttmSli'pelrr-- J on ihart uotieii tnJ WarrnnM. fT,!Sr?.X r '2 fiC?Rr 1 Cnzerli tk, !' To run .Sploudid Maclicrel, In Ilucbelm and llarrel, at reasonable prl ' cch, coiiHidertnK their cost. tn, 1 tiiv! b-- (!- li .v 1 a curat Ihe Fjrt villi', January 25th. church, Knox S ! .'i"-lui- The C'nailian PjciGs ltdlroad matrimony among the young men in the nonhneat territory by ofWring those who go bck to Oatario lo marry "uiatri monial llckeia." Tbey are aold at tbe uu al rate and when a return couple and a the bride imrru,:!! cer'iSee.ir are pre-.nl- Sut Meek, crop of lo aui Iiurir. - ttir ouiiu.uk. Jutif crop l D l,i ,ii Htrrt nee' raieei a who 11 on t fr.u ( S'milor aul-- l 25 010 ,tmiiU. hi ttie O iV yr K -- . if goe free hi-r- ini: h i Tim ''t I ihi remark able bill: rhlctlon2 article 1, chop ler 52,of the Ganera' Niatutee be untie in Marriage i prohibited read an follow: and d'de.red void with an idiot, Itinnlic, prtliic, pitiper, vAt-n- t, tramp, drunk ard, gambler, rake, felon, feeble mimlfd peron, or any ierMi rendered physically helple- - nd unfit fur th" marriage reUtion by malformation, miafvr'tine, acrldenl, ege, d!ene nr n victou ciiihi or hbtl of life, or any person having a violent or ungov ernab'e If uiper, nr any permn wiio i al the lima of epplylni for lirene to marry, nr who baa been within one year next pncewl-in- g tho application either the keeper of or inma e or vi'ilor to any hoin-- of proHiitu tion, aaination, ill fame nr bawdy houee or ativ neron whn navn been once married bae befin ilivnrred for ny ollhe CAUea afort-ai- d. 2 Wkeu at ihe time of mar riage t e male ia under IS ir tie feuialu undei 15 year of eue. t.avtlle, hi 20 mi er pound, or 5 (K)0 - 1 OHO iiotind, nr S200 per rg- T' e r nator Harri- - furnihed aero linl -- ni . l'l eir i ii.d 'it n ! Mr 1 (! l".rt ii- - ii. pefnv - u t p.f iicrv - tiore l o haji- - t en it e I .mi te -- hum. It r w cl (' tin x e M--- BTJT GrHOCBBIES OF- - Syrup of Figs ' Is Naturo'a own truo laxative. It is the tnoit easily taken, and tho most effectives remedy known to Cleanso tho System when Bilious or Costive; to dispel Headaches, Colds, and Fovers; to Cure Habitual Constipation, Indigestion, Pile;, etc. Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cal. For sale by A, It Penny. Stanford. i MV T. R. MAIN & WALTON COKLV'tiK- SOMERSET STS., OETCC1 tVr'UTIS. ilht AND On MihlUt, t will fell at tnu trt. Otintf Ours Ur, Cuirl Mojie ilnor In tilatitord, Kktiucis Nhtlocal HJinlc btock. TUB tmSLm otfrsl flihitxoi ."J7-t- iv. ii. Ann uxor, Ky. tiwnlioro, mJ&mamiJ nSmmnmM f1... OEATHS, Nr-hra- ta e v-- n n. LOCAL AFFAIRS. broke into ino tinumtlly hippr hoiwuhnlil ni Jim wi taken Dfforrt the phtu wt ful- We have jut Imiitm and Metcalf & Printer. rectived h new liio ol filled. Cttl and examine. Tills hn boon a nice alui'ting een-o- n and TllK Ittillaltntt A Savince AMoclallon hae FUnl come, fi'el Kerr over $1,000 to Imd ed A A CAitl'ETrt Wrren, H- -n a " re Itna of cri"t(, receivtnc daily it" lei:art oil clothe, etc. Oaalv & Craljr. ohanued TllK Cincinnati Southern h the name of riomuiii htalinu to Pine Knot. Another c n't) of lockim; the door after the horreha been alolen. Wn hav in -- took end ii i ToPiUHTElta -- Thiatllice bin IW0 lb. ol brevier and 200 pound of nonpareil for aale cheap, and a lartre lot of dlaplay type, Dime and eel a bargain. not much worn Bub Wm, Al Warren' cook, cot married to Charley Ward, last week and ahe write back to Mr. Warren to hate it pnt in the Intbbior Journal, and here it ia. the voting f'dke who rmld enj y the ltixtl Oie younjj rain got ry Itavii done o spoiled Ibo fun Snndty drunk, I ovovcr, night b dishing thruuh II. e alreel and citriiog and halloriiig at the top of hi MareMnl Nealtnd tiually caught voice him and marched him before Judge Caraon, bit for Home reason he w nol put in jUl aiheahnuld have been T'ie young man Coe by tbe name ol Hoodlum and while there is nothing really mean about htm, he must ba taught that such act cannot b- will be inveati perniitted here. The gated before the policejudge this morning, after which we will have more to eay. have adopted a rule that when people so far forget decenoy a to Iwhave ao that tbey are arretted, we ehall ventilate their name and deeda for tbe benefit of the public and the prevention of other, who might other wiae follow in their comae. c-- The wifeof Cjpi W A Pugh, who waa the daujiiter of Mr. John Pitman, of Pitteburg, died lat eek. It. K Hty, a yoon: lawyerof Monti-cellJoeb died la-- i week of consumption Keudnck, ol Vyiie, i lio dtad. Mre. Mary 11 , wife of llerjuiiin Olv ena, diedSiturUy tftrnnin at h'u rel dence nenr M'. Htleni C uirch, ol her.ua, fur lour frint which eri a week. She wt- - born March 23, 1811, NLd of Jj-ep- h Wtlhce tve the eldet the grandfather of Mr. W ll. Welch ami the Hiiydon bor- -. From Mr. Welon learn thai ahe waa it nnnnbjr of tho od r churc'i hflre, of which father wna elder nnd in the lniildio of which ho iiul a fev other were Urgelv n etruiticntal. Aunt P illy, 'it lt- - wit known had two daughter ''id "in a.m. The olde-- t daughter mirried D', John William-- , ty whom ahe lure four c ill Ireu, one of whom i married aod I u- - a child, which omd Aunt Polly a Rreat grandmother. Theeec ond daughter ia atill living and unmirritd. Her eon died eeveral rear- - ag , leaving iw little children th it 'te ha eince had Ine care of. Saitl Mr. Welc' , "G d mem! fully spued her for yetri for her family' one of utitol.l wir sake. Her U'e n row and aufferlng. She bore all patiently and remarkably cheerfully, She would never ijtve up and took InterMt In every thing and thoea around her until within five minute of her death. She lived ahe died, trusting in God, whom the beg irt-r- THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. Wai TBI'. KK ..tV tWi 'i fliwtnic ami repair fhnp. I h.tcku. iu; lilenh lur their pin Itrn Unit, ol i Iht.ilcllthe earn In the Iu ire. The KiiMtut reluct len i'i pile ii" in t i vr kimn at Iff III SIlKltenl Mill 'S5 Uiteeiracllu WIIJ.I lllftt mi. Miiikil iik I Uupr H.I,TI Wett (). Anvtiilig in ir nr fll'KlVf Ul".l IflMl ouii Iv I'll Mill! ii lit! ti it mylu ami hi rrn tl .1. to luarltet )ri: imid Tor Irish PotatncH, ftablmRC and Vrr intou h'IKLIt', Tuiu,rvll.. Jrid Ai1ih. in''ity dvi-cht-- in Wall Paper, For lt li better thnn ever, ami fliould ofeve'v ieroui.nnteqiplatlnj lU)iii? tliouwrnHoi lliiitrallona,antnrkrly lOOpnmf.tclllDK w imi lo uuy.Hinl Hlitre to an tt.aml Homing lotitst prlii r.ir hutitt cOHtt. IlfMort.L'IDKonlr lorenta.. lacluJln a (.ertlAr.ito gnol fur 10 cent north afSetdi. J All I'M Vlf'K. SI'.IMimlAN. ajagAitl PLANTS BULBS. OCrrtO. bo In tliohin-J- W. Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. ha-be- rCirtl. 'ITOI DATS. lfWr..tM4 ! UU4 lalMir. ul Mrtr.U bllruinirletlC. Ctsetonttl,! OWo. kUflnuiftlifittldj. Alt.lt Jk Ll.k, S.ldly Diixr.M and W. hir. told certtldtt. ftU.fcUIn vtry it Itochr.ter, ti. Y. w. tordlillr reccmaeiw) TOurti.tthttit rtm.dy knot.il to & ljoBoitbtt .lu uf t. IIuWimi.M. Y riu. .m- - B. K. OTEARE1V, Stanford. I'd He m jKEJ5SK3T53S5sS35KS!S9,5Bffl GaaaaalrVs-a-e- . w.ii V FARM GLEANINGS. milk and butter. Hyp. Krown around tho borders of gardons will prevent rabbits from eating any thing olso therein. They eat rye In profereneo to penso. Cow rr.Asn nro much relished by tho cows nml no feed makes bettor returns of IN STUDY AND SHOP. NEWCOMB IIOTEf, MT. VERNON, KY. tifWe Johnny 's Stdry. HjyA in the masterpiece o( creaslilon, and wen a boy Iant that h is a ei"T "nl B' ly, that' my brother, can lick hira. Hut jrerla they onl walk n fence or tide (itriullr. Wen a boy pain ho he cm whittle with hla 2 .. haml., loud Ilka In wis a (Meant bote and fitand on Ids held nod ekin the Cat on a nwitKi Iben hi mother xhe i mighty prond and elie nay, "Wot a fine boy, hla eyes ate Most good potato growers ngrco that sprouted need potatoes are inferior to thoso kojit so that no largo 6irotits appear boforo Tunur nro thousands of elty clerks who be glnd to become independent farmers if thoy know how thoy could ob tain a living. i KEniNo snecp ior mo meat innrKct, in well systematized methods, has boon more protitablo and much more certain in its results than feeding cattle. Kon destroy ing bugs on cucumber vines, dissolvo n tablespoon fill of saltpeter in a pall of water, und use a pint of this around each hill. It will not only kill tho insects, but will nlo fertilize tho vines. VEt.ti-nnrcattle not only mako tho most beef from a given amount of feed, but also bring tho highest price in tho market, and nro tho only ono.s that can bo handled with would n lunUntf. the lifing immidues of his ftherr, but in everything which he does he is jeat like tne" If I wasent a bay Id rather be deid, cos (hen E wudpnt have to he cerls. Gerls is muck up, but boys dont. Wer a bny Rein a nouehf to est, plenty cake and pie, he groe to be a man and give his mother a gold houe for to lire in, and I net's He no and Mho mine wot I havo wrote n bant buys Mnbb she can tell ma wot lo say. One time me and .Billy we was to Sundy ekool, an the teacher be sed, "Now, Johnny tnebbe you can tell we the name of the first boy in the world." Then I spoke up and sed, "Jack John eon." The teacher he wasstonish, and bimn by he sed, "Wy, how can Jack bo the first bjy when Cain was born six thouran years a,,o, and Jack 18 only but jest thirteen yers old?" Then I sed, "Yes, but Jack he can lick any other boy of bis sisj, and has pot a un- : ,kik .. . cle wuh six ...... on ki.. feet !- - r ft 1 ft by thickly with tho wrapping bis bridle-bi- t bark of freshly-dusassafras root, und roue wing it in twelve nours. This will effect a euro if applied within twelve hours after Uo has been foundered. Maxv u farmer needs to sell half his fnrm to securo uiuaus for projiorly cultivating tho other half. It is not tho number of uercs ono owns that determines his wealth, but tho productive rapacity of each aero is tbo true test of real prosperity. s rono, or Takr u half-inc- h double it, pass it around tho body of tho cow forward of tho udder, bringing tho end9 through tho loop, draw tight und tnuko t, nnd tho cow will not fast with u . bccaUM ho nrch hcr bBcfc 8n0W-- ' It is admitted by till intelligent investl- Then Billy he spoke tip ami sed, " Ye ' gators that it Is tho best economy on the eir, and if din was born six thoustn years part of tho farmor to grind and cut stock feed. Especially is this truo in n season of ago he isent any longer a boy," 8hort farmcr ha, w, 0WQ m,u But Gorge Washton wea he was a nun it costs nothing to grind or eut feed, savo was first in whar and first in peace and first tho interest on the invostmentund tho wear of thu ullil- - which is comparative in the arts of his country men, wich means ?nd ly small. knew how to pull i nele iVd says, that he A fl001 rccpo fof curlng mont ,, th,9. the wires and work up his boom. p0r ICO pounds of ham, shoulders, or A boy cn suck a hn eg, but a geee eg bacon, mix b pounds of good salt, 5 pounds kanacks him. Btldad, that's the new doe, of brown sugar, 2 ounces of saltpeter, and 1 ounce of eayenno pepper. Hub this into be used to sues ben egs til my father he tho me.u , u ,arg0 tub( whoro lt wiu notbo filed a eg shel with pepper so-- s and put u wasted. Or, if preferred, mako tho mix where Bildad he found it, wile me an Billy tur0 intoa pickle, with boiling water, nnd, is cold, pour it over tho meat, which . . , for to wotch. Bildad he eeen after it we was . , Us0 k a b the eg and looked all round for to see if water enough, so that tho meat will bo enybody was a lookin and then he went up i covered with the pickle. To 1'nEvr.xT tho encroachment of ver to it andshuke his bed, much as to say, min In poultry houses, many cxeollcnt thing, it wont never haic.l in seen a plans have been contrived. The best way "Poor xposed place, He jest pick it up real care whero tho building is mado of wood is to ful an take it ton better Diace. were lie lino it throughout with tarred paier cov- . . a tnioic coat oi iwico dear little chicken wil feel more to home crea wun lliu roost poloswn.ie-wasu year, should Do hem' wen be comes out " lock, with tho bark loft on, the nest lined Bildad he picked the hen eg up with his with tobacco, and all small cracks and mouth, and shot hia eyes up and sinilfd of crevices around tho building tilled with a a wash of kerosene oil and sulphur. lie sweet for to think wot a good time he A close observer of farm methods is of was ai;r,in for to have with the yeller, bin tho opinion that a horso will bo better prety quick wen he busted in he was a yet equipped for his work on thrco ears of ler his own self, yes indeed, and tryin fur corn and twenty minutes' currying thrco per day, than fourteen cars and ono to plow up the gras with both sides of bis times minute's work with tho brush nnd oomb. face to once, I never eee sech a cit filty a Thus, tho man who grooms his horses for doe in ol my I iff, and Billy he didnent in the short space of twenty minutes at each thirty-sevebushhisenl Bildad be dont euckeai any mure meal, is enabled to savo els of corn in feeding his horso during tho and my filher he says that Muter Nobbi, year, or seVenty-fou- r bushels of corn for a clarke he has sloped reidio the newspap rs team. Besides, the team will remain in good flesh nt tho hardest work, but all tbo too. - Siu Francirco Examiner. grain and bay that a horse can be induced A Remedy, fob Coli8 -- The weather we to eat will uot keep him in flesh when ho is are having now is extremely unhealthy and at hard work day after day, if bis attendant neglects tho comb and brush. colds of every kind and description are the rule I heard of a remedy fur colds in thn VARIOUS INVENTIONS. hfcad the other day and gave it a Irisl. I An instrument for tbo transmission of proved satisfactory and cured me. Take writing by electricity is one of tho latest tablespoon ul of piregorio and about twice achievements of modern Inventors. Uy Its the amount of the hottest water it is possi uso any writing is duplicated at uny point at a distance ble to drink. Just before retiring mix A tuiiin'o of wood pulp has been Introthem and swallow it, nnd the chances are duced which, it is said, has many advanyou will be relieved of the cold by next tages over iron for gas or water pipeH. A mnrninrf. If it fails the first time, repeit factory for its manufacture has been at Jlechauie.svillo, N. Y., and other tho dose the next night, and if you are nm orectcdare contemplated. plants well theretfer it will ba etrsnue. fLiun GniHT improvement hasbeen mado of lato villy P.sc. years lu the tools used for boring tunnels. ono month, recently, 4) feet were bored In Hindustan the number of victims of In tho Cascade Tunuel in Washington TerriIn u animals and venomous snahiB tory, which is tho greatest dlsUneo ever Jasi ytar wis 24,841, an increase of 1 ,034 m accomplished in a single month in tunnelone year. The fatalities from snake bites ing. Stoves nro mado of paper, and nro so inaro-- e from 20,142 to 22,134, while wild combustible that it is imjiosslblo to burn kiHwl 2,707 persons as compared them. It is possible even to mako a, steam has wiih2 705 n 18S5. Tigers were reponi engine of paper. In short, It which been tho linen fiber from found that h'e f" 328 lealhs, and wolves fur 222 tneae best paper thomade will In tho future bo as is jnn 90 more deaths from tiirri valuable to mnukiml as wood or iion. fiuuri-from wolves as compared with 20 r Hfi A Nr.w method for tlr? production of puro the preceding year. Elephants, leop rrlx, straw celluloid by chemical aetiuiis.is under Straw discussion by paper manufacture, b r, h - s, wild biare, bisons, wild drg contaius over llfty per cent, of piirblu liber, jackals, ul iators, crocodiles, wild cats and cohesivo and capable of bleaching, und also their quota of victims. undor'tho action of tho chemicals presents pintn.r a smooth and pliant substaiue. ASititi i nun tiss a slcunkery. 1 he A Nnw English iuventlon Is a gunpowder rs vitit the animal's haunts claimed to bo superior to anything of tho ii ek'ink s'ick hnd a bittle of cnlorn kind yet made. Among the claims of its o wi ti Inventor uro greater velocity, Hatter On the end of the stick is a wad for. n trajectory, loss fouling, und less recoil thuu o' conoii - Mirated with ciiloroform. Wten with ordinary government jxnvdor; whilo a Skunk - ' iund the chloroformed s'ick is it will keep hotter, is Hiifer to lnunufacturo-anto liandle, und is lighter than tho compliic-- ii ii t r his nose and soon he roils mon powder. over. He then picked up aod placed in As odd Invention In the form of n revolw in: roiM ) -- "Thish irh very ext'r-o- r r ver, comprising a match box und a cigar rd'imn,1 if thish izi my room an' that cutter, worked tho samo us nn ordinary re volver, Is one of tho latest out. A cigar is : int. my be . .n' there I in in my bed, then p,accd'm t,w ))arrd( th(J tpl(W,p vMc lmd who tie d vil isi caryin' aroun' thish 0ff comes tho tip. Tho cylinder contains tho mutches und tho cigar clippings. Ono lamp, I wilier know?" of these dovicos might readily pass for a x is bko, wnere Mjnott, Mo., now genuiuo EintiTr.r.N years ego, when tho air brako a wheat fisld. The Mined stand required eighteen seconds to Co m uny placed their lots on sale was tried, it Town apply it to n train 2,0iX) feot long. Four S'pteuiber 20ib last. Tne first 30 dais years later tho time was reduced to four their sties mounted to more than $100, seconds, Uecent experiments with tho air OOU. Whit was at that dnte a cultivated brako on freight trains show that it can bo applied to every car in a train of that field is u i a basiling city of 1 500 people, length running ut tho rate of forty miles living in uet, tents and covered w.igon. un hour, und that this tram can be stopped Alreiil 3;)0 houses have been built and uru within llvo hundred feot, or ono forth of its own length, and ull this without any serious in ftiidrs- - if construction. - Kinms Uity joltiug. Jnuri'iti A Bt'fHiESTioN was rocolvod from tho forun for tho conFul ii the maid with glowing hair, mation of of nulcptiAiit's tooth street pavenew system of struction fi led wu intentions fiery, wilt start to ment, and tho Idea has been practically wriielocu essiya on the paes of herdury; carried out uud patented. An elephant's and tinvtii written for a week her tile if tooth, which consists of Intermingled layers procaud soft material, so that, good m I il, i lie will consign tint useful of hard weuring always produces ntho series of ess of b'Mik io ii we call the devil ridges upon tho surface. Tho now system of paving comprises tho use of blocks hav1' hoi positive cure for chicken chol-ering ulteruato hard and soft layers such ns r e discovorei is Uanter's chicken l'urtluud cement which aro sot ujion edgo so that c mom It has never failed, bin, it wcariugtho edges of these lamina.' form a surfuce. Tho blocks nro mado four no. n m t snoiilu, u wiii.cosiyuu perc Inches high, uud may bo worn to loh than I.J McRober" & nn InMi uitlinnt ttOiVimlm guaranteed uimwitli lllrn ll" II ' 2l eranlto bloeka 8tK g three-clKuthslip-knoI profit. A roL'Nncnnn horo can bo cured taining tho qualities applicable to the process, and it is thought that steel will suit-plaIron in this Industry. A Gkiim vn nuthorlty recommends ns vory effectual nn npparently very simple method of protecting Iron from rust. Tho article is Immersed in n nearly sntuiated solution of chlorido of tin. then washed in water, nnd nftcrwanl with weak nmmonia. Tho tin solution must uot bo too ncld, or it will attack tho Iron. Mint times firo bills seem to bo discharged during tho lightning display, and thoy seem oftcu to play quner lintlcs Tho truo nature of tiro tolls is not woll known. It mny bo possible that thoy are tho luminous end of a gentlo dlsehargo of current clectru ity passing between a charged cloud nnd tho earth. law of electricity, two Bra bodies containing opiHislto t'mrges liavo a tendency to rush towards each other, com-bin- o nnd neutralize. This action Is Illustrated In un ordinary thunder shower, as when they nro nblo to overemno the resist-nncotho nlr between thorn, the opposing charges of electricity leap together with a flash and n report. But, vitriol Is still tho populnr nnmo for sulphate of copiwr, which may bo obtained on a large scale in various ways, but most simply by boiling eopKr in nn iron pot with diluto sulphuric ncid, by which menus wo obtain n salt that crystallizes lu oblique prisms of u clear blue color, which nro solu- . bio in four parts of cold nnd two of tolling water, and, when moistouod, redden litmus paper. The process for the manufacture of celluloid is littlo known yet vory simple. Taper is sprayed with neids until thoroughly sat-- I urated, then compressed and washed with i water and reduced to a pulp. It Is next bleached, mixed with camphor, colored, ground and spread in thin layers on slabs. Finally it is placed under hydraulic pressure and passed between heated rollers, coming out In elastic sheets. I Itr.cr.NT estimates havo satisfactorily do- icrnimeu null iiiu dynamic v.iiue oi a pounil of goal steam coal has been estimated as equivalent to tho work of ono man ono day, while thrco tons would represent his work for twelve years, counting 300 working days in a year. A four-foo- t seam would yield ono ton of good ooal to tho square yard, and ono squ.nvmiloin nroa would represent the lator of over 1,(U0,000 men for twenty years. well-know- n of ! i nnd said to bo superior to carbolic acid has conio Into prominence. Snnr.TS of steel are being experimented with by galvanlrers, with a view to ascer- A sew disinfectant known ns "crcolln," W r ROYAL JSI? J n Tblaotd and Hotel la nlll main' Ulnltig Ita One reputation. Chargea reasonable Hleclal attention to thu trafellng public Ji. i. SElVVOStll, fto't, Mt Vernon, Ky AND Livery, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE ! Having ronlftt thn liable on Depot it reel, am prepared to train and break horaea on reasouablo terms. County Omrt day trade aollrltnl III MAKES .03m. uf'if .v if. iii'i..y i i;ic, Htanluid, Ky KV WILLIS HOUSE, JUIXhr., IIICII)I(IM). ill Sf i h g U .' f'i J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor, POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thlit pawiW nnvr Tsrlm. A tVoi a good Tablo And clean and well furulihed rooini, thl' Hotel hat no auiwrlor. (tool MiupU rooini attachl. MYi KENTOGKY "illtH'-sJantKM I 111 WIUtcaJ0Orday. 2ul-l- y H. C. JOHNSON, MiouUl bo um1 a few months before conflntmenu Betid for book "To MoTiirna," tnallnl free, llHAiiriiui ltxuuLATou Co., Atlacla. Ga. THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER, marvel olpurlt), itrpntfth anil wholeamtuwi, 'More ewuoiulcsi la now prepared with a god itock and an addithan the onllnurr klo'l", nj can not tw ta'.o any roius)titon with the uiullltuiteor low lout .ihun tional workman to do beat kind of work In hla line manner. Hire aim a promptly and In the weight alum or phosphite pnwilrn. HoMoaly In trial, (177) hoop on I.amater atreet. I'oiTUKk cam. Kohl BakingStreet NewCo, 1(4 Wall York ! GEITUL 1 1 lloute." WALTON'S OPERA. HOUSE, i:vi:m(J, 0A.XM 31 AL. G. FIELD & CO'S. OPERATIC MINSTRELS. Kast Line Hetwcen tho undersigned, hate In Danrille, Ky , a neat Training Mtahle, and am prepared to brink I.KXlNUiO.N V and train horaea either lu aadlleor trot, and say to the 'opleuf Llucoln and aljjlulug cotmllf a II you hare a horae that you want brukx, trained or Through tlckste and hsrgage checked to any sold, and will bring It to me. I will guarantee destination reached b t railroad. you will dj my b,l with your a Wick For full particulars, call on any agent of the have a horae yuu want aold, bring It to me, as we company, or have the sccoud best market tu the data H K. H. MOIWK, II, A.KKK1.KV, A.I Jll'F.l, JOIIXNOX. WM (leti.rasa. Ageut, Trav. i'asa. Agent, 1, TRAINING STABLE Shortest and Qniokost Konto from Cou tral Kontunky to all Points North, East, West nnd Southwest. I j )l.UI.a'VATI LOUIS SCllI.UCtiL, Covlngtiin, Ky Islington, Ky II K. HINTINOTON, Itetflver, tieneral lift res, Covington, Ky 21 NTF.ICM.VU AslTISTN, 21 10 CLASSIC .MUSICIANS. 10 ItlCIIM J7tt, KKITI'CKV. 8 FU..Y COMMtilll.tKN. 8 Photograph! in all styles and sizos. 0 Si:X8MI(AI AliTIVl'N. O Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and 1 iJIOTOItAllti:iC, Water Colors. New dmlgni lu Frames I'rlcea. JOUItVlltt NtwallTCHICt0llL(a- - Mil'KKII VOGAM.Sr.S. L.URR'8MIiITARYBAND. O ant Mita'at Tery (Wl-ly- low . A NEW FAST MAIL LKAVIKH DOTH . OCCURRED A TOtTNO LATELY. .... ..... u ... n do-sir- ensn-eitiin- sn-im- ais H f"-r- 1 countryman from Illinois, staying at u city hotel the other night, blow out hours inhaled tho gas und for forty-eigh- t tho escaping current. When found be was thought to bo dead, but ho subsequently recovered. A nnainr.NT of I.aurol Coun'y, Kj. under tho influence of liquor attempted to butt un approaching locomotive off tho track tho other day, but made a lamentable failure of tho undertaking, and was borno from tho scene ou n ahuttor. An Arkunsas man was awakened a fow nights since by a nolso under his bed, and lighting u lamp, thought ho saw a cat. Tho creaturo proved to bo a largo snake, which, upon being kill d, was found to have swallowed three kittens. A riusosnn in the Keokuk (In.) jail becamo violently insane, ono day recently, nnd was discovered in tho act of trying to devour himself. Ho bit nnd tore his arms and hands, and was with difficulty prevented from tearing himself to pieces. A union and turkey was forwarded to tho Whito House, for tho Thanksgiving feast, by a noted oultry-raisof the East. On one side of tho fowl was the President's monogram surrounded by "Thanksgiving, 1W," aniUpn tho other tho nnme of tbo donor, in letters mado by pricking tho skin with hot needles. A I'lioTooniriiEiiof Fayetteville, Fa., igo nited a common frietlou match for tho of lighting n lump, the other night, und, whilo blowing it out set tire to his breath, which burned liko gas und wuhu bluish color. His lips, nostrils and hair were burucd beforo tho tlamo died out A physician investigated tho ca$o and said the man's stomach was full of gas arising from dyspepsia. A'ovmnastic young lady of Chicago was returning homo from the gymnasium tho other evening, when sho w.s uddressed by a "tough." Bho essayed to oseupo him but ho laid bis hand on her shoulder. Quick us a flash sho turned, shot out her loft, nnd list, as Arm planted her dolientelv-glovcnnd truo as steel, square Into tho musher's face. This staggercl him, nnd beforo ho could recover she had swung her right upon his ear, and ho dropped into the gutter. A rnw days sinco In Clarendon County, S. C, u child mu born in a coflln, whilo tho supposedly dead mother was being convoyed to tho cemetery. Tho procession had escorted tho body a mllo and a halt when woro terrified by a crying tho noise resembling tho mewing of a cut, which proceeded from tho coflln. Tho procession camo to ii halt; tho coflln was opened, when it was discovered that tho woman was alive, babe but unconscious, und that a new-borshared the coflln with hor. Both were taken to u neighboring house, und at last accounts tho mother und infant were doing highly-embellishe- d er pur-posd s n PETKKSlhVrt OltOIItiVl'K 1. l.OlIINVIMsi: A OIVCI.V.V A TI NOTICE. THE MIXUOX NEXrtiTTi:. Dally, secures to travelers 1 1 THi: I'KEVUUH. To tho Citison of Lincoln County: tlarlng recently tiulped a, Una lUller Mill In THE MOST RAPID SERVICE ZELLA., THE QHOTESQUS, teat wn dly any Mill tu MjImI thu llutiua Frog ratronlzn and aiiUln the same io form whom It may concern that we are In the inarket tu buy your wheal and corn and will glfe the blgaml market prl-- tor same. We CHARLES II. KING, new marhlnrry lo ae addl aom onnow make meal our corn meal Tb Miulvr KkDot. to suit any department and person It caooot be eo,tull by any other Mill lu a trial In our fljur and t We TH0RNE, The Wonderful Equiutionist, thBTlclnlly meal department. All luring grain In our line ImporUtluu. Our Kurci-rnlor sale will please call al Mill, where our agent will gl the beat found al THE OCCIDENTAL QUARTETTE. can be lor same. all times, who stuff always In pile Jtraud aed ship stock. IT. .V. lUrftH, Nuii't, IerjthlD new Vn na oM Act, tong or Ktt- VJl-t- f Htaulord lUller Mill Co. ur. hrlghl uJ C ria. Tli Mutlcm Kiaixror. e ill-i- JOSEPH A. KELLBY, thetownol iunfirt ol eual tn(ualtly of fljur, we think the cllltens tu therounty shjuld hae ounly prIJe ougn InVe wish Kver altcmpud tetweeri'the great mmuiarelal theOnl Kite, and thlnlU". and hencw th" fattest time aud hum able trains all t'llnta In or to the MVaf aud ."uftlttrrnt fbe luuute part of this train on all trunk linea la ileiiomlmir-- l Thn l.lllUt' flt-lea- tbefttii, (! , ploy ttviw pslrims you ney. you lHllmlttut CuiHnrt.Mouth llrle tllUcea iu the will And our lluie table aod tickets ay get fltmun and stick to .Hiiiiuii, If waul lo save mousy and have a Couin .rfo-lio- ir; rhe,uvr)i lu'lln uk w em- (imnd Muilcal Concert ttut Pintle it 3 r. I M, (lenetal I'aaaenger Agent. Cbirago. , City llcaet Agenta and Offleets K. A. HrcKHKB, in 4th Ave., lAulavllK Ky. I. M. Tu.aa-.ca- , nj V.na at., Onrlnnall, O I. plrni JourII. McCOKMICtC, 1SSS. Florence Washing Machine. all who may wish l I hsTe bought the rlnht to sell the Florence Wssblng Msrhlnnand am now pre parr. I to farnlsh save their clothes frui the tubbing and tearing incident to the old pr ocraeol washing. Take ono an try It and I convinced. I'll not worrr you IkuI buying unless you are Hirprr'i WrkW h i writ rnUMUhfil p'ic fully aatlfled as lo Its merits. In Aiurrlci The the tilustra'xl The undersigned, batlDg purchsMl the Florence fnimmol ltiititrUI comiurnt on current ill Washing Macolne, and after a thorough trial, we rsruol lor it thn rrpct and ronfldrnm of take pleasure In adding oar teallaioay as to lis tin hT all Impartial ralfr, ami thu rarloir anJ worth, and without hesitation pronounce II a suctla literary contend, whicb lDclude iwrlal cess In every particular, doing all thai Is claimed aod abort storlia ty ih 'piiUr txt auil moat wldpat fur It: wrllcra, fit It for the p ruul of people of the Wtu Daugherty, J. W. Wallace. Dr. Hourne. ranireof tuim ni punulu Siipmciiti are Mrs. 8. I' falter, A. O tine, Hill retains Uwis pruTldrd, and nn ein.ni la parol to Duddarar, J. K. I.ynn, I. 1. Dawson, O Vannoy, It.dk the hUhrtt order ul arilalic ability to l"4r Mrs. Amaoiit retk.deorge IVylon, Alex Holla-lauron the Illustration of tbu phaana uf C U. I'lilli, Alb t'mlei, Him Itatoea, 11. t'l all in feature H. Barrow, A. M. KelsnJ and manr others home and forelcn hlalorr welWtekly la admirably adapted to be a 31. t-- ' Hi KIN, come gum In crery bouteuold. Headiuarlcrs at d. b. Myers' store. Harper's Weekly llliiMtrutel. 1 uwipr Louisville & ma uaaaT Nashville R. R. excel-Iroceo- f TUROUOUTUUSKLINE cha-k.i.l- ul -t south" &west tflTII Itar-per- 'a Harp r'a Weekly.. Ilarper'a MaKatlne Harper'a Har Harper'srxa Poriodionls, YAK. ...,. ..... . .. ( . . ... ... . IN i 0) 2 00 (O Harrr's Young 1'iople Per Tolume) lor 17 icr Tulnme. Cloth caaea furoich toIuiuo, aultahle for bind Ing will be rent by mail, poiipnlJ, on receipt ol SI each Itetmttanc a ahould lie made by rxMlolfice money order or draft lo iirold chance of 1 Newapapera are mt o copr tnla adTertlaemeni wllhout toe ex pre order oi llarper A ftrothert. Addreai HAItl'KU a IIUOrilKIW. New York. Pottage freo to all aiihacrlbera In the United Statu, Canada or Mexico The Volumea ol the Weekly begin with the Aral number for January nt each year. When no lima la imnllomd, twertptiom wilt with the Number currvo at I lie lime of receipt of order. Pound Volutin, ot Ilarper'a Weetly, for three yexit baric, lu n t c otb binding, will Imi rnt by mall, mtag4 rub or by exprett, Iim il expense (prorlded thelrruht dues nut xcd uoe dollar G A1TTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s Pullman Palace Sleepers, IOllletllle to XhhIs tills.;, Alliuiln, illuiuplila, KocU, JIIiiiilKtiuiery, Mobile Hiul .ulalllle siSrlt'HiiN. Only one change tu points In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Heektng homes on tne line of this road will recelvt special ratea. Agents of thl Company lor ralea,routea Ac., er write C. P ArAIOIlK, O. I'.AT.A., Umlivllle, Ky SsW-F-i Thousands isgs.- Nonpurt Niius - MlhHlalDliI - Vallny Co. fariers Magazine ! CHESAPEAKE Pullman C'lirN &, OHIO! llliiNtra('U dil-n- ng well. EXCHANGE EXTRACTS. Ernoi'i; and America nro now connected by nitio cnbles. There aro thus ll.'J,000 miles of cable employed. Fohtt-tw- o acros of laud near Omaha that ho bought 21 years ago for ((500, aro attout to bo sold by a Votininstor (Mil.) clergyman for f lOO.WX). A ntcKNT pjtwr by n noted French writer places tho number of lives ul ready lost through tho Panama canal at forty thousand. Scottish plperi nro coming Into demand in this country through the efforts of sotno noted Americans who have introduced them from abroad. Twentv-nin- e million dollars worth of goods aro inudo by the l."i,000 convicts of tho United Stutcs. This is estimated to bo cquul to tho work of ;i5,(X0 f reo laborers. A jioom lu is tho latest tiling In tho clrclo of fanciers. Fnbulous prices uro paid in thu East for birds that uro accomplished, somo bringing us high as two hundred dollars. Wall btiikkt, the center of llnanco for America, was originally so called becauso it was laid out along tho lino of tho palisade, or fence, erected in KM I, and strengthened in lt33 until It was tho city wall. Pasadena nnd Eos Angeles will bo ono city In a brief period, and form u continuous municipality from tho Sierra Mudro to tho sea -- mi extent of thirty miles in length by nt leust six In width, with MX),000 peoplo contained therein, and will, bo the capital of tho richest Htato in tho Union. Tho claim of Now York ns tho Empire Stato la already in dispute, but tho dispute will soon be settled by the of South California. of dollars worth of Ilarper'a Maitazlna la an organ ol progrnilro thmignt aud iMiiremetit In pTery drpartmeut of chickens die every year from Cholllfr, Kaldc other altrcllont It will ontaln, th c.Miiln year I porlatit arllr'u, auperblr era. It is more fatal to chickens than Weat; artlclra on Anicr llluitiatnl. on theUr-a- t all other diseases combined. Hut the lean aid foreign Itiduatrt; beautifiillr illuitrated HioiIjiiJ, Norway tiwltterfaii'1, Alglma, discovery of a remedy that fostthvly papeiaon ami the A' eat Indies; new norrl by William lll.ck and W I) Howell, tMTelleitea. each ruiuplme in ants it has been made, and to be cona aiugle number by H.nry Ilodio llrarn. vinced of its efficacy only requires a ml .imelle lllfeej ahort itrrlm by Mitt Woulajti s and other (opular wrltern; and bottle is enough for lluiiratrd naptr trial A f rpeclal Hrliallcaud MtHary Inlereat. The Ivilto-ria- l It is guarone hundred chickens. OepartmeiilHarecoiidiii'ied Iit tiiorge William Cucl, William Dean HowM i aud Charlea Dudley anteed If, after using of mid Nolhl 'J'raiiiH and V To Washington, Riohmond Old Point Comfort EAST ..if. To Louisvillo and Cinoinnuti, Connections dlrrit for all pulnta lu the WEST 13, '87. two-third- s Warner. a bottle, the I'KIt VK4B HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Harier'g Harper'a Ilarper'a ilariier'a Magazine ft .. flro-arn- i. Weekly , Hazir Young People Pontage frte to all tubucribera lu tha United "lalra, Canada or Mexit o 00 00 I 00 2 00 buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. KnrsaU by Mcltoberts A West,Nortli.W8StiSouth-WesIM t 4 Dally. Lve Ixiulavlllo 11 No. 'TsT Daily Kx. Hun. S Htagg, titan lord, Ky. 10 .15 p in II SO am Arr U xlngtou. White Hulph'ir Aprings... ft 10 a ni CharlottavlllefV it Juuct) A 10 p m' II 40 am " Klchmond no p 10 1 so nm 9 " Newport News, lu M a m 6S5pa! " Old rolntCouifort 7 00 u tu It una 11 'Norfolk 41am 7 40 pro " Waahlngtou 9 40 p iu 8 Z3 p m " Haltliuure II 21 ,, lu ( V5 p in ' Philadelphia 3 00 am H (lO a " new rora ....j. ..... aJO a iu!j 20 a n. 111 1 111 I s 7 ("I p ,n ri0 a m The Tolumia of the Magaxlue begin wpli tne Numbeni lorJuue and Dteemtier oi each yrar. When no tlmeia iiiedllid, tubcrlnllona will begin with the numbnr current at the time of ricelpiof order. Pound Toluuiea of Harper'a Magazine, for three yeara back lu neat cloth binding will be tent by on receipt ol Si er Tolume. Cloth mall (tcai-pal- d Caaea, for Dindlng SUceulnea h, by mail poalpaid, Index to Harper'a Magazine, alphabetical aua Ijtlcal aud cIhmIdX, fir Tolumtn l to 70 lucliulre from June, 1850 to June, 18, ino volume, 3 to, cloth, SI. l(einlttanc--monahould be made by poat-olBey older or dralt, to aroid chance ol loia. Newapaperaare not to lopy thli adTerllieraent without the expreaa order ot Harper A llrothera. Addreta HAItPEK A HUOl'IIKUS, New York. MYERS HOTEL, E. 4m STANFORD. KIT. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintaina its High Reputation, AMD Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be rJeoond to no Conntry Hotel in the State in ita Pare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of For Male or ljca.se ! Ky. -f their Guenti Central Hotel, Williamsburg, .sE it. 'SiEK. 1 hie Hole! laa Tcry dtslrablu ploce ot property and will lie i old cheap and on term, if told at ouce. Kor particulars call at hotel or on t) H. Harrlt, Willuiuahuig, Ky. jr N. A. Itlchardion, '8l-4- t 7u5 W. Cbu.tnutat.,XouliTllle, Ky. Ufiffgafte w oy be conveyed to and from the free of charge. Reerlal accommodation to Commercial Tr?eUrj. The liar will alnaji tappllad with the choicest braedi ot LSiivoii and Clsari. '' aiu"w in i.wiuT.Ve TuiT a So p u u. u, ui j, leave lyiinon rorge at 7 on 1!1 an n in. . . " Charleaou ...1.." .i. """ " ,u p ra: '"' OilunibailTu im y. ao. o. aai 2i aleave Clllton 7 10 a mj arrive at Ashlard Char eslon 1 in; l'orge 7 SO in .., i llnrnlnlfin ' HI. ' ',on an inrouKh itralna. ... I .. I. ,, ti w la,,,.. iiunuiKou non. ui.aui.ii wueday, Thursday and Batur-da- v i u For Tickets, Rates Information, etc.. apply at Ticket office 7 lime. ADDITIONAL TKAINri:-N- o. 11, dallsr ex. cept Hund.y. leave Olive Mill 4 a in; Ml. Hter- ling ou a in: arrivo Lexlugton 8 M a ni: arrive at Cincinnati vh Winchester II 85 in. ' No 13, dally except Hunday. leave Cincinnati 1 Uxlngton Division Trains run by Central Main Lluu Trains east ol Humlngton run by time. Kaat-er- n time, which is ono huur ih.n v...... rair """" "'" .., -. 1 ' iT'' - i. W.t). WltlHIIAM, KecelTer. or address If, W KDI.I.KK. Oen'l I'ast'r Agt. F;.rf'lw1Sal.aJWfc fWf iX -- a . 'm&iHgzi;