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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888021001 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. jttmi'll) Hi Ititeftrt mifn VOL. XVI. "GOD IS LOVE AND hOWINQ STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1888. ELSE" LIBERTY, NO. 306. COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Chril In enfler and to rie from the dead JHISGS If! GEHERAL the third dav," and that repentance and (To the IMltor of t lie larunoii jouaNAL ) ANKNT Till: INrClllOll JOURNAL. anion u The 1 1) ivh mutio exprut'o the central remtax'on of finnnhiulil In We may Hay of men, no matter how at Je faithful Ihey ore Idea Involved In the kokbI a prosohetl by nil tuiionn in Hin Nuie, hivinnin lo public Iriiatn. or how "It behootelli Ohrlet to eiif highly endowed the iliatfnijiitMieil and limit hi annelUl, rimleui " with cnpncily for the per Geo O l!trno. Ilelievin tho alute state 'nr." The whole qiienl m, whether "God for mince of olliainl duties, there are others ia involvoi in went involve lorioti" and iujiiritnt error, In love and nothing who en n take their places and acquit themthin piper In written or the uxpreiM put -- thin deal iration of the word of O .!; mid selves with equal credit und honor. Hut It What kind Jf In ioe of uliuiiiiAitriK ul error and rcfutlmj upon il we rwt this not eo easily said nf innlilutions which the argument by which It I tliotwhi to be rifCixnlty wi thero tint U trial muni milfri? have grown into moiunsntnl greatness lu in G id, or il ut'ranoin through euataiiHu). Solomon Haul, "(.lad uihiIo man Did it tho persevering Ubor of ft commulo Him? If the la'ter, then it wan not a inupright, but thejr hni eoiuhl uut in toy Hu"1! nu institution nity of worken. in vention." Hi aptitude in the line of re- moral ou and the null iringn of Ciri't the Intkkioii Journal. To die nnu head ligious invention hni been deaioaelratod to ought nit t) luvn bem en larel fir any and heart and hand y vhonen that hag Hut the retson for Ilin auirriiign be ijattH a wonderful ait in other deput-lueut- u cnue its policy, bourne the burden of its weight K)r ii tlm end vel. HUH the wh a moral reman. The reiaon alheted the of and bravely dictated and come, ''God In lot o and nothing elee" i very nature of Gd an 1 inviifd tie hu defended its tone and temper the otie Wnluut iNimtle's, untiring, tho (Bi'ni thou'it of one of ma latent n it bility of the divine gonrainjnt unswerving epirit that Vaiu I it man'iiein could uoi be pirdoueil and hm ha pushiii the enterprise to its present al wan of utM of hi'finl invention. Since the titude -r- ightfully tho effort of human winioui to define Godl eterntl ruin mutt ba eealed attaches a large share of necniniiy for tho de ith of Ciirnl re to estiatuit hi nature by a del iiium in too in credit, not the smallest portion of which originate iifCH'Mity tllaleotn of men, I luyood bit ken. Z ijitw nhled in G !, did would he withhold from the faithful cor love, or in ome respondents, by in the attribute of G id'n put the queillon to Jib, 'Oinnihuil reporters, contributors, typas OjdruMd? Linten to eearclilnu fiitt uut Gjo? Usnt thuu find other attribute nl the and a liberal aud intelligent constituency out the Alutlylity unto perfealiou?" If the praytr of the dying Liuib of Ood -'K.ither, if il be pjible. let thin cup pn!" Ujd llttuelf ere to exlituat lit oirn The Unt Imiio of the Intkhiou JouitNAL ol IiiiOjd'n almighty html of "love an I wan the eixteenth in a detlnilion, in the anniversary of Its exis earth, mm could not cioiprehond Him nothing elie" lu n force iiim oup of deth tence. Hjiu under a cloud, llie first year liwniturit is ineomnrehenailile itnd Hi to tie pircoed tongui and ij uveiing lip of its career were marked by trials and dis of Ilin onrn Sin? Ltnien lo that cry way are put fiddini; out. appointment- - which called forth an outlay nf igouy, wreiicied from hi breaking heart acthe O ir flrnt argument thtt forbid of nnre unremitting toil and pereverence an III body trecublea in unutterable pain ceptance of tha afonmtd definition, U Ilia as the price of its existence lhau any other upon the cro-- s, "My O id, uiv Odd, why fuel thtt (Id 1 ii not n defined in the bibU Djh ''love anil entablisned Institution In the county. DurThou fornaken mi?'' We believe it lo be imp;Mible to uimnifv hat ing the IU yearn of its life it has never tut nothing elae"fortka iia deireH and only love thtt God beara beyond the truth the a single dty stood an idle looker on amid Son iu the extremity of life'n darken hour, toward the fillen race of inn. Tne extent Htruggles of its patrons to improve njiil i ntriiggling tin ter the pall the finding out. Tne itift when the of Jim Iotd In ihetr individual fonunea and elevate the of death? Nj, uo! tiorrnl thoilgliil Tnen of Ills Bon alone niaiure the extent and From a croan-roavillage, Ood'n law, whicn communitv. Onrint munt die, uiit;nitiide of thai love. Then who in ade ritanfoid has grown into a city nf no email wan a true ezpjnent of trie Diyinc nature, quale to predicate tho Hon of God? He I in regirc to am, condemned the dinner lo pretentions, and thoee pretention are justified by sn increasoof wealth and social as no much and nothing elee. Certainly "Clod die, atid Cnrint cicie into the world lo die in love." The Apostle John hi declare well an industrial prominence. Tne county upon the cron, an a vicanoun oUeriug for and surrounding country have progrersed twice ia one chapter (1 John iv:8 and 10) the num of the waole wjrld. Tie law ol . Uut la He "nothinit elat?" We enall in like proportion l'o in Intkkioh Jourfollowing drUnitiune Ood rapreneaiel thtt atlribitte of Ood that nal an a inenrm of communication, to say The hible reveaU the aecurei junlice to every MUbjt3t of the divine of God: l4t, "CJodit love" 2J, "God le the leant, in due a lare share of credit lor government It wti ihertfore the jiinlice mucn Htthi;" (I. t Jjhn:6)3, "For the Lwd thy that nan been accjuiplisned. titan-fo- rd of God and not Hm love that required the UoU in cnnmiuilnir. lire, even a jealou and Lincolu cuuutv is largely endowed ationemeni of Curlat. with a share of Ibe elrraenla which disGod;" (Deut. I:2l) Hero we hare an ez-hA certain king ii aaid to have published hu, wito all her lovely toltnel. by noir dyiu leaden an ellct to the eurijectn of hin renlui, thai tinguish the aln ol warning them women, blooded hor.et and fine bluegrae wnooeyer wan proven guilty of a given lacds, her most distinguished iduUirr, by ltd nur oo leetjuencei. "For feature k'iouI 1 no ll'jr the lonn of both hm abroad in her local pnper. Wherefore it the Lord toy God in a connnining fire, even crime, Hm own aon wtn found lo I) a guilty may be truthfully said ttm eacn and every (ioi." Ttna definition impliea a Tne king loved" htn eon that he gave putdic spirited cttu'n of Lincoln couuty that there in romething in the nature ol upone of hi own een and tnen ordered the is its most devoted frieid and well wisher. God bee'idr lore, that necniialM the It destruction of only one oi nU njn. punishment fir the em of idol ttry. Bo nl wan "love and nothing elne" that enured Wherever the Intkkioh Journal is eo the eecond defi ntion, ' Go 1 in light," the express lum to give up hit own eye, but it wan bi known in also known and liomred its edi anlilhe'In of whlcn in juiticeai ezprnnei in ain im that reiuir-e- d tor Tnroughoui Kentucky, at le8t, it is that attribute to the Divine nature by the puniviment. H)(l)dtJ loved the belter known as "Walton's I'aper" which He Intuitively diaoerm the secret than by Hint Hj give up Hm only Sin to die its proper mams. For the 13 years that he Inn of all heart and at the s me time thrre 'inner for him. It wan tin live of Ojd that nor han owned, edited a. id I wtn about to say, ia revealed Hie iiupllwt purpoe of ron ed Him to give Hie cbn to die, but it w e printed it, he han been so closely and guilty. To lake up one dewning the Hi juntico, n etjirenJ in Hi larf, tnnt identified with it in every feature of an.;el, tnin, deoion, definition of required the inll.clion of tne pen i.ty "Ih its mke up that the voiceless type which or any other creature, glten m expreniTe hold therefore bitti the gdnani and eever lie in the dust, un ler tne "imposing stone," of only one prominent cnaraateriniic and ity of God." (K)m.xi:22.) In the deatn of od Ibe broken "quoins" which have hid-ile- u there'" exclude erer other attribute that we baiold Hm eeveriiy or behind the "glley aland" have learned may tqually belong to the nature of the Cnrint fjraiu, -- in theanuie death of C trial, for the hibli-ci- l junlice lo know their mnsier aud tremble lest he being, la dentructivo of all canont of ptrdon of mn, we hanold tne wonder of will some day fiutl and bustle them into herinneuilo. recognized among exe wondern, pimelli un the loveof O j! gete service. Kich definition of God, an recorded demanding. I nu aim language ciu h in the bibie, can only exclude it anlithe-trunted an a relitble uwinod if tie cjuiaiu Among the vatiout ii.lljences which Tnun the antitlienia of "light" ii dark, nicttion of thought and correal ritoioi have contributed to the upbuilding of this which in excluded Tie antlthe! of nation, "Old in love and noiniug elna," ex- - institution, n.mo were more potent in faith love" ia hatred and i ezcluded. tit that prenen a half (rut'i, and in therefore deop lulnesi, punctuality and unvaried interest in Iihl"ezclude4 all m the definition (tve anJ miilcading than the letters of dear old j ivul Falstair, an belonging to Him, no the dtfio-itidarknfea Whether the atonement of Cnriat shall wnich begau with the birth of the paper. "God in lore" exclllden nil hatred a be extended in the future life to aucb a An issue without a letter from Uro. liogle inhering in the Divine uaiure. Writ II reiect il in thin, becaune they prefer the wouldn't look natural. hv takta no pleasure in llie death of him pleasure of ain, in ho tiled nlUrinMively by Said Col, Kicnarde, postmaster: "I am died Fir "wnr will you die, Oi hoii's o thone who accept tne htlf truth dogma. surprised at Wilton's failure to do the acIraii?'' lu order tint m'n might but (Mr There in one Hlroiu presumptive evidence, customed boasting up in the anuiyersary Inn G id eo loved the world an to give Hi againnt the probability of audi day of the Interior Journal. I am in a crom, Tn lo7e however, only Hon to die Upon the extension. Tnat evidence in the notorious pillion to know a gool detl about the bus wonder of of G id omaMitdn the adnrm whose liyen are uienn of tne piper aud us circulation. fact that those person Tne in more In Got than can anela, but whollv given to the atltirn of thin wirld, mail circulation inn rencaei the thousands be read in all Hi wonderful love. are tho uiouretd to emornce the tlootrine and in constantly increasing in weight. 1'tio 2 O irecond argument ia bited upon and the unnl etger to advoctte it It itf theii'din the liiblo nf certain ;q'Mlifing fnrdaindulKoncot lo a life that rejects the ptper pomiveiy goes to every country uud oltme upin taog obe, Sive Alric,, and to lerinn an decriptive of the .Son of God, with the tl.tterin iinotion every tilate and 1'eriitury in the United "God I Di'inu nature an related lo Kin. tuat the fire of hell will pr ive t more po States, but one or two. To Europe, espec iinery with the w cknl evfry dav. (IV vil lent in II tence than at'eiiied tn- - gospel 2 'If ii turn not, IU will wct ilia hen. Amy dno rine that encuilraven the ially up jo the trace of llroiher H trues' (ravels, they go lu great buudlen und not as II n bjnr aqd mnde t hw iril;" HiliU'i (wicked to cry petcI peire! when there i single copies. As to locil distribution, "(1 d in etlnun and the Lir I retdy." . ..j i nu prauo, !in lujii imiDHMi- - nuu I. iu K.. tilers is uot a stogie pigeon-iiol- e, ud locK b ix The L td will and In f.irfiu tvoided or call box in t isoilhd that tioen not "on-lai- n take vengencn upin Ilin adversaries ant 1 Our fourth argument in based upon one or more oopten of the Intkrior He rerveih tfrat'i for lliaenaailea." (Ni-huthe penalty God annexed to (he iiitrndiic Journal upon publication da- -; and Mi a 1:1!) "And will noi acquit the wick. tmn of ein into the world W ly wan death, Iljse says it is rare ihat any suoicnbsr re od." watn ol em in itotih. Ti Certain and irrevocable, ullized .in tno waea fuses tliu paper and never for any other reaway of the mmgre-noia hard; the eoul of ain? Wa it merely an arbitrary ap son than inability to lo pt for its conlinu he that beliuveth that ninnelh atall die; p liniment that G id might or might not ance. As i pitroti of the postal service for uot HMall be d turned T lene hall go nway tnikt? Did He unnecrenaril doom the stmps, etc., au I ni ariCiiver of mull tun-le- r, iiiln everlnniuu puninhment, but the right rice lo wade down, through all the aen of money order', poital notes regis cotin into life e'ernal " Dinol thue una his toil, through learn and gronne, to the tered letters, the Intbkur Journal ifli:e word ol O i dHUionatrate there engert of the dark gravt? Wan it "love and nothing is far nheai of my otuor bamnjii ener in romething in the Dtvme nature that else," that necessitated the ii Iliciiou ol prise in tho city. I tud infinitely rather the punin'iment of the wicked? dBath? True it ia -the devil hna "the pow- see thecoutity-seremove 1 frim the toivn O ) I to tne puuialiaieiti of I tte purpose of Be il sol hut who endowed er ot ileath," than that the Intkrior Journal should mn cc3uiplinhd when the winner in led to him with eitch powei? In the arm af Hi lit n remove or cease publication." Hid, r nifritn bin repeniano? If no, the ninni-equal of the almighty arm of God? Did word the Tne own a.loii by his .repotlaiice Venus, the morning Mar is brighter th&n thetluvil ittlix the eiialty of tloat'i to Pin ol the of G id ilMlino ly rietil-it ever appeared to any man now living, or did God? If Go I, why did H? Wan it panl in nd mlva'ion without an aoneo)ei t ' love aud nothing uln" that moved Him, aud nearer tho earth than it will be agaiu olhliol vlctrtom inim nature. "Without or was it tho junice und holiness ofOjil? It for 340 years The fact that a man han to tbeaheddiug of Ibloud" 'here would have wan that "G. il in love get up before daylight to see the show prethe taller; theft-fore- , Unpeniance, nor an thing been no ptrdon vents largo audience. Htthor than get a el-e- ," CtSEr COUNTY. OAHRARO X,I3E IT. lTUJ?VZIA.2i, 8UKOKON om. rn wi wi-el- irl lht ua-lu- re lant-uac- e ng-il- ptt bcuo or We regret to sea the weather behaving so during our meeting, but Uro. lingers says we must besr the cioss before the crown. We venture to say that we ctn show up more dogs during church services than any place in Kentucky. They appear lo understand the ringing of the bell for services us (he house in soon filled after it is opened. A wedding rime cfi in Ihe parlor of the Pierce & Cofl'y Hotel on Fri-N- v about iMoii. Thi gentleman was a Mr. Phillips nf thia county, and a Miss titachouse, of Missouri. The ceremony was performed bv Eld. W. P Thomas, of this place. Elder John I Itoer instill with us anil our people are greatly pleaed with him s well as with his manner of presenting (he plain gospel. He has fine audien ces to hoar him. Only one ha made the confession up lo this time, but from the deep interest and close attention it is evi dent (hat grand results will follow before lie leaven this place. The tTptvt made a wonderful mistake in my last letter. In describing the scenes that took place in the court room you made it appear that (he "bug juice" applied to nur worthy countv judge, Insteadof to those who were interrupting the court whilst in session, when nothing could have been further from the intention of your t It never for a moment entered my mind (o do a gentleman and friend such injustice. Miss Nannie Brown, of Huntonville, has been visiting in our town and vicinity for some days. She returned to her home Mrs. Stanley, a handsome widow of your county, has been in attendance several days during our meeting. Our young friend, Tom Sanders, seems to be very much interested in Ihe meeting or some other attraction, as he is with us every night It is suspected by some that the attraction lies in another hjct. ba-ilcorre-pnnden- ii Mri, pliili HER0INK3 OF THK aaint BlI.Z t RD, rs ee. "q ee drnei, ain-gl- per-Hon- GJ, youthful, almot girlish, school-teacheoul in Nebraska distinguished themselves no greatly in the recent blizzird that the warm hearted people of the Stale are to raise testimonial funds for them, Minnie Freeman was in her school in the "Valley District" when the wind blew off the roof and the door. In spite of her terror antl confusion, she managed to tie a dozen of the little flock together, and taking the youngest child iu her arms she made her way through the blinding storm to Ihe near est three quarters of a mile distant. Louise Koyce, the other heroine, was unsuccessful in her attempt to rescue three childnen, but her energy and pelf snenfice will result in her losing one, if not both of her feet. The 8lte Superintendent of Schools han undertaken the treasuryship of the testimonial funds. farm-hous- Lancaster. There was a slight fall of "now, sometime called the ' beiutiful," Wednealay night. Mr, Mills, of your city, has located here, where he will follow his trade as a shoemaker. L C Hoppsr ins bought out the gro eery of E. Brown and will run the bus! tiees at the old stand. The people of Lancaster are exceedingly anxious that the rumor regarding the removal of Brother J. C, Randolph to Lancaster will prove correct. E. Brown han leisad an interest in the llouring mill here and the firm namo vrill be Danny & Brown, There is no better flour nude (ban than that by the Lincaster Mills. A rrcent article of Mr. Soulo Smith, 'Falcon," in the Luuisville limit has led many to believe Ihat Bro. B trees has at last converted him. Now if he 'will wheel into line and say as much for Bro. Birnes an he has againnt him, all will be well. Col. 8. A. Newall, of Somereet, is in the city. Jude Ojorge McClure, of Ml. Vernon, was in Lancaster on Wednesday night. Mrs. Hugh Smith is better than she ban been for sometime. Captain M. Salter is assigned to Jaut Herring's, the latter having commenced distilling Wednesday. Mr W. A. Berkele anil Miss Kate Wherritt stole a march upon tho people by getting married at Ihe Wednesday night prayer meeting at the Presbyterian church. The ell tlr had been managed so quietly that perhaps no more thnn half a dozen people kuew of it. The groom is a son of Hon. Wui, BsrMe, of Bryantsville, the bride a daughter of W. II, Wherritt, Esq , of thia city The ceremony was performed bv Key. A. S. Moflett, of Stanford, after which the psir left for Dmville, lo calcb the "cannon ball" (rain for New Orlean-- . Mr. and Mrs. Berkele will reside in Shreve Two port, La , after tho wedding tnur is over. DENTIST, Stanpord, Kkntuckt. depot at. Office eoulh aide Main, two doors above THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. The Kretlpst reduction In priest ever known at WAL.TKU KIKLOd' flratcUss shoolu? and repair shop. Thanking toy friends for their past favors I solicit the same in tho fu'ure. All kinds of work dobnln tnn bratof stylo and warranted to give satisfaction or no pay. Anything In Iron or wo-xthat you want give om atrial aud be convincl ed, ilappr New Yerr lo jou all. WAI.Tlilt J'IKIjOH, C. Turncravllle. W. METCALF, JR., Atforircy at Iaiw ami Itcal liifH AKUiit, JiVlW50UllVir-.tiE-, g - - ItY. Will practice In any court In Eastern Kentucky. Examlnatloai ol land titles lundo a specialty. Any lire tracts of tluiher, coal. Umber and mineral landa for aalo. Information furnished on any point and correspondence aollcltod. (Ml-tf- ) Ono of tho Most Desirablo Building Lots in Stanford, Bouth aide Main street, opposite Christian church lot and adjoining the I'reabyteiian church lot. For terms, price, Ac , call on Geo, 1) Weareo. 26Mf J KX. IK V. f'JBA EX. E. H.TOX, l'IIOrOtt5SAIfcMJE, DAWIblj; KY, Has removed to his elegant new building oppo-al- te the Ml. tficdaud Is bstter tnau evor prepared to accommodate the public with line pictures from Photographs to HfoeUa. tjattslaction guar, teed. R. 8. MAkTIN. J.NO. M. rERKIlfa BaooiistD, lly,, May, lbS7. Albrlzht & Martin be lo Inlnrm their mini frienda and cuslomnrsot hechauge In firm name to MAKTL ik lJEICIIiN. Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, lucidly of prohibition: MAUliM I'EHUIXH. "As a matter of ftct I don't see anything wrong with prohibition It works very well in Kansas, The prohibition people This Is to not If v tho public tbat we will not per have the prohibition law -- that's what they mil any hunting or any'uther trespassing on our wanted -- and ihe whisky drinkers have ail farms, but wo will punlah any person or person the law. the whisky they want. Thero seems to be so trcapsasiug to Nov. 4, 1M7. JAMES i'tSl'l'titSH.t no reason for complaint there " V. SI. Ktsp-ctful- ly iu The new firm hopt'S Dot only to sustain the reputation of tbeold. but iuteula lo uialtBUianr Im. provementsln the manufacture ot tobacco which will bo lo tho Interest ol our customers, We will devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brauda of Kentucky's leaf Thauklng you for past anu aaking lor a continuation or vour trade, speaks thus lavurs we remain, jour-- , Ix-- XostocaL. NI'OOyAMOIlE. Prof. Wiggins and all of the other proph els may fail in dry weather, but Gnter's chicken cholera care never fsils. If it does your money will be refunded by McRoberle & Stagg. 2t A. M.VRI.AXII, J. II. JtlLt, EH, WlLiljIAJi BECK. WOOD WALLACE, Buccessora to Wallace A Cochran, 513 4th St, Louisville, y THE GENTS' FURNISHER AND AUKMNrOK THK tnl ue, "01 on lh-r- i Orleans or Mobile, when on MnrdiGn, Feb, and Ihe week previous the Gmf cities wilt be gayer than ever before in their history. To enable everyone to eoj ly the magnificent Mardi Gras festival at sunli expense, round trip ticket at one Nre to New Orleans and Mobile will ba sold n the Queen and Crescont Hiu'eon Feb. 8 n and live following days, good to return un til Feb, 2Sth. With its triumphal proces sions, grantt public receptions, parades ami btlls, Mrlt Gras ofTirs a grograuime of at tractiveuesn not excelled by any liifllorie pageant of the old world. Remember the in the direct and quick Queen and Cre-cerouta South. Christian Scientist tlave you ever Mi the faith cure for vour rheumatism? Fa tient I'm Irving it now I've got in mv pocket the left hind font of a graveyard rabit that was klilel in (he dark of ihe umnu.and I'm h'nniil i I don't think n'a N Y Hun helping me Iiis-cxli- le Excursion to New Orleans and rile Now ia the time for a trip to Mo New INDIANAPOLIS LAUXDKY. Louisville.; Ky. WALTON'S OPERA BTaNKOUD, KY. HOUSE, MEVM Fine Furnishings, Undorwoar, Hosiory, Glovos, WALTON JQHOS. - - PropriottMB. Slseof Stage, S0x50, Eight ccmnleto teU ol Been, ery capacity, Including gallery, rater to t;ood attrartlonr. 1SSS. Fine Custom Shirts, MY BPi:ClALTV, Harper's Bazar! fliluhtratetl. Is a bourn Journal. It couiblnes-cb- o ce literature aud Hue art Illustration with the Kaon latest lutclltge ce regirJlug I ho fashions iiuubrr ha clever rerlal and short stories, practibright poeiut bumoroua cal acri tlinelv e9say n aheet an i faahbiu plate sketch-- , etc Ita siippleiiriit will alone be'n ladiva to nave iiiany lib and Main, I'arjor'a Daur raii4l.'Otiia)iiialion THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And tho Loutavllle 11-1- b-- nt 1 .!....., o,l Weekly Courier -- Journal One year for only social etiquette, decorative r., Iioumi keejiin la all ita brancbe. cooko ) etc., mL-- it uwfulla everv hnusehold and true promnter of economy, not a. lis iillto lais are nurr.elliy g.xnl ani-nuhue IsaduilUed to lie uo'umua that could offend-th- tluu'Rtbncoat ot the , aud pajieiaoa moil fastldloua lade. or le pjeir cou-l-- u of 3UG days; ti m Is ucn a year of llie uniiiii an is even v divisible current reck hy 4 83 -t- wo pipers for little morethau llie price oiouo. Htix'por's Periodicals, llarper'j Hazar Harper's Magazine Harp-- 'Tie those ot 18'0, 1900 4e,thai are divmhle by 100 and mn tiy 400, ihref 're there will be no Imp vear tit- - r 1890 un 'I 1904 The exept I'ltn Ykau. ail Bucklens'sArnica Salve the word for Cuts BruUes, RtieU'U, Fetor Soros, Teller. Horea, Chapped llaoilt, (Jltlllilalni, Conn, suit all bltln Eruptions, an I poltlvely curei Piles, or no ay I. It tsguirnntivtl to give perfect stltfac-lioor in n fy rerunlil. 1'rlce, U ceuu per hoi. Koroaloby A. It. Peony, Stanford, Ky. bt salve In Ulco'.', Salt y paying us 31 you will receive lor one year you r home paper with the Courier-Journa- l, the reprtwiiuiiTH newspaper or ins noma, amnocrai-I- c and for n tariff for revenue only, and the beat. brlRlitnti and ableat family weekly In the United Mates. Thtun who desire to examtno a sample ropr nf tho (Vitirler-fnnrnKlrdo so at thia oitir. fI M 00s i' Wrxkly ilurpcr'a Young People... , l'osirgn fre' to all subscribers lu tho United btatia Cauuda or Slexiro, I 03 4 00 2 00 DR. W. B. PENNY, n, Htuniorrt - DENUSr, la - ICont.uolcy C u H pon-Ihili- ty ft. and nothing else" in distorted conception el'e man run d i, otn ever aupplemunt the of thuGodnead, unsupported by reieon mid ntonuuienl of CliriM, or conntltute the ono disproved hy revelation. mind of God for the With reluctance, thin paper bmn prcpir-e- d irreat rea't'in in for pitbllcalion, on acoount of the high in indhpiitm-lil- e of mn pinion tho iliKtinguinlieil evane-Im- t in top irdoi ;ia included in tho Hppilnled eeitumheld which writer and Hiiruiranun of by the in method of receiving pirdon, after the aton a his unaurpamed tievniicn to tho go-piiient or CirlM ha procured il, but In never he underHiande it. Wnerein we miy have to bo c Hifounded with tne prion of our ptr- expressed an erroneous thought or failed may our loving Father don, whicti in ih ileath ol Jem Cnriat aod to male the truth, for Hm own glry, and overrule the error, " 'nothing elne letd un Into the whole truth and bnng im, 3 Oir third argument in baaed upon the through the fiiiiahed alonpnten' nf ll'iown recorded bf Luke 24 10 Bon, to the Sainta eternal home In Heiver, commiraion W. L William b It Ih written and thun it behooved "Thua te out of lied at 5 o'clock these old uinruings to gz9 at Venus, many persons will prefer to wait 310 years, when the weather may bo warmer Their Business Booming Probably no one thltu tiai tamed auch a revtra of tradoat A. It. l'enuj's DrtiK Store aa hit giv-l- n away to tilt cmtoiuersot ro luauy fire bottles of Or. Uln'aNew Dlicivery lorContuuii. lion, Itla trade la aluply euoriu'iut In tuta Yery Tsluable aitlcle from the fict that ltal ways cures and uever dtaappotnta. Cough, Colds, Aatutna, ltrotiehlUs, Croup, and all throat and lung dlnca quickly cured. You cad tot it bcfjro burlug by getting a trial bottle froe. Large iUa SI Ktery bottlo wnrraultd. .'afflaSsaKV. t . h1S?$ fra?A. ywaw-iPwtf ' till 3,S$lf$ k SaXj$' m and I VH.eMKi earn, luminances abou Id be made bv jtostutllco money onler or d aft, tn avoid cbaiuei float Nwpannmrn not lo ttipy thia u'vertlinment without the exprei older ol itarHr A Druthers. Addlesi It Attl'KIl A BUOrUl.lU, New York. tl Th Volumes cl tho Hazar begin with the first ntimlier for lanuary nl each yur When no llmo uienliouid. aiiu.crlp tuna will Ugn with the nuiulwr curieit al t'j-- i tlniflot receipt oto dMr iJouud Viiluutta ol liKrf''a Itazar, for three y.aia back, lit neatcMh bin ling, will bn seut by ptld, or by eiptef", lr-- e of expeoao-(providuni.ill jwa-t-gine lrelihi diet not exceol (1 (wr vol-uu- it) for 87 r Volume. Until Casta tor each volume, Mtluble for blrnl-lni- ;, will b. out by mall, poatpitd, on receipt Of OChc on LancLtlur street, i oat door to Inti-woJoUHNAbuQlcc. OtliCH .iouia irom t lo 11 tn (s r. m . ApethsitJuiinlstercd '.ivr wuti PRESBYTERIANS Who do not tako tho el That Rarest of Combinations. Truo dolicucy of flavor with truo olllcacy of action bus boon attained in tho f'unous California liquid fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Its pleasant tnsto and boneflcial effects lmvo rondorcd it immensely popular. It cleanses tho System, cures Costive-ncs- s, etc. For sale by A. K. l'enay, Slanfoul. Brace Up You are fooling deprcaaed, jour appitlte Ii poir, you are bothnrod with Headache, you aro MIk'o tty ucrvoua und generally oul of aorta, and want to brace up. Ilraco up, but not with tiluiulanta spring medicines, or bitters, which bav for their baala very cheap, b'd whisky, a nl which atluiu-Uteyo- u for an hour aud tncaletvayou In worse (.Mudllion than Iclore. What you want It au al tcrnilro that will purify your blood, start hcaltby action ol hirer and Kldneya, reatoro your vitality and give rttnewtd hoslth aud strength, tiucn a uioitlctue you will Uud la Electric Ultt'era, aud onlv 53 cents a bottle at A. It. Peuuy'n Diug titoro. ARBUCKLES' namo on a paokngo of COFFEE is a guarantoo of oxoollonco. lj lir, should Fire IleritUI mitl Irvaw Mniui One-Ci'i- Gamplo copy of FOK. that d paper aud a beautiful .A. ARI0SA Etoros from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. COFFEE is kopt In nil flrst-ola- ss Calendar for 1888 Size 4'4XS Inches. Or send names and address of ten or mora Presbyterians of dlOareot families who da not now take the paper, and recvlve the Calendar and sample copy free. Nonil lit once Mention tiumuot church and pastor, audaay Where ynu saw tltla. Addreaa COFFEE novor Rood whon oxposod to tho air. Always buy this brand in hermetically eoalod ONE POUND PACKAGES. 13 llUltAXIs AND rilKMIIYTKR, 178 HTBXXT, LU UlhU.NhAII, Ot, v ..r. tf'aV J , . ""Vs)V iwirfm i'-- m ) tpiiiijpKinij'opywifcHfiifHrigfflKiwfiw eTPrmMwi lWIHlillllT ...itaiffwiMrmfflfflrTr Wl lmoiw,')- -t Stanford, Ky February 10. 1888 i. In W. P. WALTON. REsroNSB to ai inqjlry, Ujv Buck-c- er ; '. ; i. t Mt&s CvNTUtA Embiiee, of Paris, a very Iitnufacttircra handsome young woman of "0, has sued GRAB ORCHARD. LINCOLN COUNTY. Cnarlei V. Iltggim, a woAlthy lad of 19, for seduction, placing her damage) at $30, Mrs. J. II Huicntngs has been yery Proof that Mi's Embreo strayed from sick, but is better uow. is a war cloud hanging over cer 000 There LVMfitiU, JIOl'LZUXUN, life. is pre'emoi in the shape of a Look out for a weddltu! There is go tain regions of Bell county and tho air is virtue's pith boy, but whether she can make it ing to be one here this month, Madame I '.11 MiinIi, sulphureous with imprications of outraged tittle in or says against non resident parties cloar that tho defendant, who is attending mountaineers scheol in New York, is its progenitor, reMrs. V F. Kennedy now has who threaten their expulsion from home her other great 1 lll.ciioti!. 3XT3S;77-- 'which II ey inherited from ,'heir forefathers mains to beeeen. Dr. Peyton is attending her. Fayettk Hewitt, the best auditor that In a eerie of resolutions lately adopted in .lii-- Sabra lUys has left behind hi-meeting tliene outraged natives make Kentucky has over had, 8.17a tho board of msn two sad hearu itiCJOolable, one a cleric in uo of lauguaga of ominous cound warning equallzitiou should not b abolished, and a dry goods store, the other a clerk at the the abeent claimants and their agents of what he docs not know abaut the matter is depot. should they persist in the hardly worth finding out. At the first what to expect, Wo noticed in Tue-dayIsmih an Item tJJort to drive tbem from their hotnes br fl ish we were disposed to advocato its abostating the number of widows and widow, any procees legal or otherwise. In their lition, but Mr. Hewitt's arguments in its self. Dr. E Miles Willed, a native o era io your town. O. O. can beat that, lor resolutions they say: Theee lands were favor are unanswerable and the legislature Bsrdstown, Ky., died suddenly of heart thero are jut exactly 113 widows and 18 patented to our fathers by the Stalo of Keu would do well to heed them. dicoaeein Memphis, seed 00 years. He widowers here tucky generation' ago and in uninterrupted AC1S OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. leaves an etate valued at a quarter ol a on them Miss Annie Smart writes home thai poaseecion taxes hive been paid The Hou.'e haa pied tho bill to in- million. she ia greatly pleaded at Hamilton Colltg from 1792 to 18S8. Hero the bonea of our At Dihoma, Miss., the 14-- y ear old eon and that she has met Mr. Mary Iljwiutn. ancestors lie buried in theo valleya and we corporate Rowland. Up tn Tuesday 790 bills had bebn in of Jke Fulton inlerfcrred to proleot hi of Stanford, and fjund her a very ohariutrg propose far ours to be laid bsside thtin tinmother from a whipping the father was giv- and attractive lady. iest we part with theso lauds for a valid troduced in the legislature. Tne legislative committee has gono to ing hr This mi infuriated Fulton that he Mies Alice Hardin narrowly osoaped a consideration. We propose to teach your seized a musket and shot the bnv dad. furious accident several days aw. She modern Publicans who a tqualter is, In Murehoad to iuyestigate Judge Cole. The Hoiifte wanta all the public prisons It is understood that the 101 evangel stepped out of her do.ir and the dtmr let short wo propose to elay here aod don't and charitable institutions thoroughly ical churohea of Louisville have had turned with her, throwing her on the ptr you forget it. increase to Sunday of 10 to a church, ment. Her head struak the bricks and acr NlCHOLASVIM.K has a small show for for the legis making a total of 1,010 increnxe in mem fjrehead was very btdiy bruwed. I The Lexington blow-o- ut has the Louisville Southern railroai, but it lature cost tho State fpur days of this weak, btrship, resulting from the Moody meet caused her much pain, but she ia bottn cornea high, The county is asked to give ings. or abjut now. $150,000 tn five par cenr. bomla in exohauga WW Imvn on liiinil 11 Hiul Ilms (' I'tirnl-tur- n The House sustained Gov. Bucknet' Mi Josie Holmes, Exchange Clerk of -l- iav. J. N. Bjlios, ol Middleburg, who for Louisville Southern stock for the bcoo. unci I'ncItTtHker'N (JimuIh. My prlccH will Ito im hh Ktu-lyeto of the Odd Fellows Orphansge bill, of the Fidelity Bauk. by arrangement of preachtnl at the Baptist church last Hun roosIm can Ih ItoiiKlif In Hie till cm. J.'ive iut n irhil uud Col. Bennett Youog assures the Journal nti Lsuisvilla, 71 to 1. counsel, waa to plead guilty and be tliuii Hits Iohi-ni- . da, haa accepted the charge of the church will liu coinlnopil llnif I moII man that ho can intl lance tho management Mr. Haks haa offered a bill to make out aho refused any but an honora- for the present year and will preach the to run the road via Nichofasvillo for this insurance companies pay the full amount ble discharge. firat and third Sundays. He ia a zealous, way it will amount. To reaca Irvine that of the policy they takeout if the buildings The mass meeting at the Court-hous- e earnest worker in the miaisiry and his labe necessary to brilge the Kentucky river burn. Monday, voted down the bill approved by bor with the people here will do much tothree timea, while to go from Burgin thro THAT The Iljuee passed the bill "Incorpora the majority of tiie committee appointed to ward building up the church. All who crossing of Ilia Garrard county, but one ting the Home for the Aged and Indigent prepare legislation with rcferance to the have hoard t im preach like him very much Kentucky will be necessary nnd the dis Women at Cayititon," over the governor's working of the county roads Ltbtnon indeed. tance considerably shortened. It is barely veto, '00 to 10. Sundard. Mr. Joe Uhlne'-s- 't an I wife, Mm. W. ppwlble that somebody is coquetting wiih II.WU Mis Lucy Dvis Alexander,' grand A bill lo give laborers and thoe who (v. Buchanan and Mrd. Jamei Fish are jealousy of fair ?6esamirle to arousa of spending ssvi-ra- l Davis, niece of Jtil-eraifurnish material And teams for railroad condays this week with Garrard. tractors a prior lien upon the property, the defunct Confederacy, was married at friends in Bryantaville and Lancaster. Tiie corneal for the Fort Wayne, Iud., ptssed the Ilou'e. Psri, Ky.,to N H. Anderson, train dia Messrs. J. It Bailey and J. F. Holdini seat in Congra hse been dtcidtd in favor Thomas, of Bontbjn, has introduced patcher for the Kentucky 'Central railroad have returned from Lsxiouton. Mi Alio of White, republican. Ilia opponent charg- a bill to make the Kldyville prison a re nt that point. .Stuart spnt tiuuday at home with several ed that he was not a natural:) citfzan, or formatory where young criminals will b Tho deleiatu to the Siuthweatern Im Goshen friends. Miss Judith Kiug is a' if he was there is no record of the fact. led into a better life. migration Convention, at Sn Antonio, home again, after a plnasaut vixit to Stanford White claimed that he had gotten out bin It is to be hoped that Mr. Cook's Texas, representing 5,000,000 ahevp, adopt aud Ltncittor. D.-- Aituendt, Mers "papers more tbau the seven years ego that "Wheroas, there is hard times in Kentucky, ed a resolution, urging their representatives T, B, Carson and J. W. Brooko were ir u the law requires, but that the recGrds were therefore be it resolved that we give Fank in Coogresa to do all in their orer to town this week. Etving it curd thf teivirts of C. F. KENT, a jrnctical Watchmaker with carelessly kept or not kept at all. In the fo:t the shako in 75 day" will be wool. the tanfi on adopts '. ninny jeara' experience, all work will be done with neatness and diipatch, voted with the final vote 51 democrats -- It is probable that the Blair bill, which OAHHLL. BOYLE COUNT 1 Dr. Meade's bill, nquiring the profully insurfd. Epictacle si d lye Glaat 10 cuit the eye. solid republioan.Hlrmgth to seat him. Gov. scription of rII pstunt medicines to appear seeks to ctert the Federal Government in Mr Hardin Harmon and Josie McCreary presided during the exciting epi in ihe labsl end prohibiting the sale of ths educational busiuea to tho extent of Montgomery obtained marriage license or. code and handled' tt.e body wuh tho taso of certain naxious anl poisoniom prepare-'ioii- r, $70,000,000, will pasi the Senate, but it Wednesday. a thorough parliamentarian. passed almost unanimously by will fall don and break ia little neck io waa Friday is lha last day for lriuina E quirer. (Cinoinnoti New Orlormu nnd Toxtia Pnclllo Itailway.) the Honsv-Cincinn- ati Special Judoes coet the StEte during the House. suits in the Boyle circuit court for the com Prodey Seigtnan, of Warsaw, Coshoc ing February Mr Nttbett, of the House, ia moving fiscal year ending last June r.ivoum: MM. iiKTWKi.M tiii: xiit rn am koutii the term; ilO appearances up tn lacking 10 cents. In the ten mouths that in the right direction. He has ofTerrd a ton county, O., is charged with criminal Thursday morning, Limited Express Trains Bet. Cincinnati and New Orleans. Judge Morrow hud Leld the office $105 bill whio i miked liangla the ouly paualtr intimacy with his nieces, one of which he $5 iu the polios Jim Gaines was ct far murder All the jury must do is to find esnt to an infirmary, another had three Idi- court Tuesday for a breach f the peace head. The 15 h IN i" were patd under this lloiits. is eupposed to is chafed with $1071, $74'2G0 of "aui)ty"or 'nut guilty," and the judge otic children and a third There are several other cants againt Jim fur Now Orlouutt have been murdered to hide tho crim. selling strong which is est against Judge Finley. It waa (hall prouounco the judgmeut, drink The SuiitliKrn lo CuUiomU. The new c unity bisioess has been Judge Lynch ought to hold a court for the a good thing for the S.ute when be eltpped Joe Moore and Aunt Auile Moore, tw j l of this case. tffije tvbictj he failed to fi.l so oprung as we knew it would bo. Stme ig out of an colored psople, died Wedrn-often as to make the extra judge'o pay noramus wuriU to make one out of portions day. The funerals bath took pUcri from HUSTON fILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY of Bill, Knox, Harlan, Lee lie and Clay and CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 1, 'H8. amount to more than his own salary. the colored Biptist chtircn county will please Teachers of thinks by naming it Buckner the governor Kf.AIt. DOWN. Mr, J. II. Wilsoo has returned from i:ai ui. A Pkmn3XLVAnia judgo, who U evideot will not get in his veto. But he reckons note that their claims will ba paid in full Atlanta, Ga, P. Mullaney, who keeps the " T uTt Nis omJ rji . " ' "" fftAhrioulH. PailaJelphia lawyer, ly not as asiuioaa a I will meet them at on premutation. nit. t. Mo. tti without iiis host. iia.i. ' o.l. l, 1. o tin. I. Ho. 6. nearest Danville on the Huston utatio.ss Dally ha? ruled that if the jury dtsreoj in the No. 1, Tho bill to increesa the stlariei of the Wayniburg Tuesday, Crab Orchard Thurs ville pike, is still bedfast. Ill friends fear Dully. Kx. Buu.i iMIIr. Dally. Ddlly. Dallf. Dally. trial of a nun for tuutder, iie,cauoot a circuit judges to $4,000, with Heveral day, next week, Friday and Saturday n' he will never get out again. Col. J. W. J 00 a di I (Hp iu, H CO i iu 7 55 ui.17 ..a'i. a in m U p 10 23 a ui 0 o p in eecoud time bs put in jejpudy for the WIIIImiiiKjwii ,'T( Slilaiu MS a ra amen.imeata naming different hiiuh, waa tilanford. a ) a ni 4 ii p (!uet aud wifs are in Now Orleans. Mine IllMaiu 7SI7pm 0:Hiiil ... ,....,. btssm S.to.ild suctt arulin; Oi I JOr id .............. Biiueoffaos-fjijwtiwn 7 21 aw IV p 1.1 John D. Carpenter is still an invtlid. Laura Guexl is spending the winter with 12 73 pta 7 a.-- p b10 S7 pm 10 ID mu1 tsbltd in the Houso by e, vote of 49 yeas to S id am ji iu II Mp m I ifl rtluKtim 2 40 p m pin 7 CO a tained and bj made applicable to Kentucky, 31 r: aa p tu 8 V2 p m It It) p Mrs. Mary B Qreen is reported improving NldinlMtllic...... 3 JJ in ....... . 1127 a in 2 07 n m iu! najs It waa thought there was a auf '2 IS pin heraistr, H I. Va., at Mobilo. 9 10iiii U3U hiu II Mam Juudtoti City .... 'i Vri ia m n 1" Ui five a u 1 Pun m a murderer wo a Id have m gojd a thiuj as fi dent number of master commisdonera Mrs. Mtlligan, who S 0O p 1 OJ mi 12 31 piii 1 06 ft m rioinviret OS a (Op iu in but extremely feeole. B. Fihtior is visiting Miss Mattie S 76 it in 3 3 i III 10 pin .. , .Oai.lntH he could wish. tlMiiig I Vfi the bidy to help thair creators out with this died at Milledgaviilo was Mm, Konnick's Bell, at Shelbyvillo. Mrs. Walker Fry has II Ulpml Ar'v.. Ctmttui)j.- ,1,'rf 7 ll p m J in a m...' 8 20 a 4 00 a ru rt AbO n iu L,'ri.. ( iMttmicxica.. 'rr lilvnm a A Cincinnati man with no an eye to 1 itla mother. Health of the West End generalgrAb tt returned from a visit tu Memphis. ,.v'jr ...Attallu loupnr Ar'r ijaiiui to get his ' JIMpiu II 10 pin Urn the main chancs and a I Seualor Berry has evolved a bill to ly good. HriutrwhoiA IS p iu it Man ... Ttimuloo. ' 45 pm 12 Ma Iu, UftUum lIQhiu flollldiy Jones' sale cunsofl'Tiieiday money back advertises that the triplets with rtquire wie parlies in chariio 01 n etiow or It the Dapartweut, 0.30 A m Chief to luftspiu t lain ui.A'rr. ..'Jt'MUIaii ..!lri- 6 10a ui'l'i 00 tun .. ' " IDA IU' iri' iiA'lT. New Orlmiu. I.'vi. lUOVp uii l 1)0 p wife recently urprincd hjm can circus to file with the clerk of the county, The property id said to have brought good Industrious clerk -- "Wliy didn't you dot which his I 30 u i.liv.... Mimllaii . A'rr ... ItiWIpin bo seen at lueir residence auy af'ernoon 8 88 a iu prior to the d ite of the entertainment, a prieis. Very little buslnsss Is being done the i id the lant word of your report lajtt A ,v ; Jork,"u -- " IS pm .... n. II IU ft III I.Tf V IL.I..IM in nlRhiV Industrious Clerk "I beg jour A few small transactions from 1 10 4 o'clock bv plying an aduiUsion elatemnnt us to exactly what thoy intend to at prudent. I 2U p iu U'ro Mutiro : . ....' ml 10 . 1 j cents. I. Mner..i.(t Tna littla nscila aro now jiIbcu upan exhibition and lo hold the pro cattle at low rate. Tne mule market has pardon, but you see the clock struck four A 00 am fee of SJSpiu Arr. X. H, Train No, a rari-- f Uakdalo at C tit a. m. triil turlr.a in ClittaubOj threo months old. at v.tj a. u. .So it) prieior riHpousihle fjr any delinquencies or about subsided aud tha lambs have not jnst at that point, nnd I didn't care 10 Onief apologizes and Ipbvm ChattAMOoj.i at 1.35 p. M. anil atrlrns at (Jakilalo nt7&i, work overtime " come fairly lo tho front, end of hi f.irany Hwindhug done by his foliowera Cornkmpon la at last at the Miiun Toudclr HuOol aiowplui Cariniinlltliroiuh trains. The cnlv living things on the lapis writes tu the .Scretary in regard to allow B.l'a are bsTara the Hon-ito prnvent rope The Supreme Court haa refused n H. COUUBIlAr, (len'l Frt. A fan. Ajt.. JOHN C. OAULT, 0n'l Uatisuer, for the Lap Year ance for extra work.-Criti- c. nov nre the Cifuvaiwers It. CAHKOI.l., ()u'l Hupt.. writ of error in his ctae and he will have to drunktinnew of auy State officer from 'Ixoural ()t!ld, Ht. Paul KullJiag, West Fourth Slrwt, Clnti nnatl. Obig. the.Court of Appeals by party and for gubsyrihers to tne ootiegi pa ervo his threo yoa'ra' term for assauliiug Snail dinner are becoming fxehionable fc" MM11M Mafc. .,, rtTMtrjiiamww Ileid. Nobody ia i upcting a fine of from $50 to $500 for per. Uoth aro tmpirtani enierprieus, ine in Wellington aa well aa in Kew York the late Judge Ilicbard and bachelors tuuet e tiino for the antiquated widowers eorry for him but n good deal of sympathy cash offense aud lo City. As a popular article of diet tl 0 convening of the General Assembly on the marry or resign. Youn America wants anail Im advancing alowly, but is gettirg ia felt for hia family. third Tuesday in October of every second room to AHgert iteelf and yt.111 bave it. The there. We aro looking for the time, in tl. MKKUUANT TA1I.OIC When Oarlitde resumed iho chair Tues- year and tho compensation of the iWg unfurled to the members paper will ba the firat interest of farmers, when the cut worm and which followed ahowed day breeze of literary favor in this part of the at $500 each for the term. tobacco (dug will be nought after for the how high is the estimation in which he ia I bararecalrod and ttlllrasclrlng country and will no doubt prove tho hartable of tbe dainty feeder'. NEWSY NOTES. beld by tho body. A vote of thanks was binger of a brighter era In our history. given Sunret Cox for his impartial iervica ''There ia ono thing about me," said Permit me, Mr. Editor to make a sug-- Our diplomatic eervics coat us $1,103,-8G- 5 a speaker pro tern. gestion in reference to your great and Dumley, a be wrote hi name In the hotel fait ytar. CODiprUlog tba beat In tha uigrkst, which will t There were 292 deaths in Louisville growing town. The diacouraglng feature reglaler, "I pay a t go and don't you forTub LoiiUvUW, vmmrml ii out in a M" "Any baggage?" demanded tbe Qotton Up in Style and Make Sooond to IS ono m City or Country aa it atrike a stranger, is the vast display get draaa aad ia tfUmlf proaperiog. It during January. -- Gov Wilson, of West Virginia, hit of unutilized muscle thronging your atraela clerk. "No." "Then yon won't pay aa a good newipapw a,fcrriBglU vaoom. Give Mo m Trial. k oourt-housyou go; you'll pay a you cornel Two dol- eat aad apiteful diapoi(w towarde l! r'- - decided to begin habuas corpus proceeding! land swarming around the KC- - O- ' Lait Monday, for xample, there wa it host lar, pleaie, ansl don't you forget 111" 'VtU, i high ia tone and excalleutly written. iu the Federal court for the Hatfield. -- sent the legislature n statement showing the solvency of the Mason Foard Com pany, the penitentiary lesees, and slated that their sureties were good for uioro than a million of dollarc The response wm res pectlul ncd fully covered the question ak- ed, but the whipper snappers of the bodr, clothed in n little brief Authority, cent the report bsck to tho governor for fuller in formation, they claim, but really because they could. With whatever of additional intarnmtion obtainable, tho governor returned the pipers with this curl indorse ment, which shows that the old Ken leaian known whAt i expected of him and will not permit any impertinence on the part of those who are eyidantly under the impress-io- n that they have everything in the State in a sling: "After the action which the House of Rpreentativc3 has been pleased to take in returning to us n respectful communication which as we have shown was a full reply to their inquiries, an ao tion which as far as we are advised, is un precedented in the history of any legislative body, we will not again veniuio to intrude our views as to the suffiniencf of the bond.' Ajteii the experience of the Fidelity Bank officials it would teem that Cincin nati bankera ought to have discovered that there are eome penalties attached to the misuse of National Bank funds, and man- need their institutions in the legitimate way. But these of tho Metiopoliian N (tonal did not heed the warning and it col lspeetl Tuesday, "busted" wide open. The vice president, John K Camp, had been using its money fur speculation and then shearing to the enrrectoeej of tho false report to keen its credit up. Ho has been arrested and is now under bond of $'20,000 to answer in the United Slates Court, which I'resl does not submit to any foollshnews. dent William Means is also under arrest for violating the banking laws and other ar rests are to fellow. Senator Leavv poar before hope you a juror in tho Munday cat: will send that old woman up this time." As the remark was uisda during tho jamboree in that oily, it i only natural to infer that the Senator had look. He od too long on the cup that inebriates. cjrtainly is a mm of more natural eenee than to have made such a remark untler ordinary circumstances Lag-islative Iias been ordered to ap fever. to The Ohio & Mississippi oflera 11 rAte lo sho cause way he should not be jailed for San Francisco on the 14, 15 and 1G of contempt, which consists in hii remark to $82 40 from Lauisville, tickets g ood for Kentucky's three lunatto asylum a contain 1.950 patients. In an altercation at Joanaretle, La., four persona were killed. Amoa J. Snell, a Chicago millionaire, Wis murdered at his home and robbed. John H McClOary proprietor of tho PIccaix Hotel. Louisville, died Tuesday. The price agreed on lor the old Libby Prison at Richmond, Va , to be moved to Chicago is $23,000. Mrs. Holmes, wifa of Dr. Oliver Wen dell Holme', died at Boston, Mas., in tho 09th year ol her age. St. Joseph, Mo, reports a girl of 13, who has been twice marriod and twice a mother in her short life. Mrs Sue K. Burch, who succeeded her husband who recently died, as poatmiater at Georgetown, died this week of typhoid Judge Morton at Lexington 'I six months. Marion itrowning, at Hopkinsvil'e, ed neighbor shot and killed a named Louis Shanka, while the victim was pleading for mercy. John Wehssr, a wealthy farmer near Pittsburg, committed suicide by hanging. He was worth $100,000 and its possesion had impaired his mlbd. A H. Gicen. father of Mis Jessie Green, who was killed on Ihe Cincinnati Southern Railroad, died suddenly at Chattanooga o a broken heart. Misj Loute M. Royce, a school teacher who lay 011 the prairie all night with threo pupils during the bl zianl at Plalnview, Neb., had both feet amputated on Tuesday. At Memphis, Tenn., W.ll Summer-vill- e, boy, touched n proa an 18 year-oltrated electric light wire with a piece of hoop iron, and as killed almost instantly William Bull, a hand engaged ou ber father'a farm ner Stewarlsvllle, Mo, shot and killed Mis Ella Eferett b?oaui she rejtcled his ndvjncw, and then killed himwenk-miml- of idler, none of whom teemed to have any business in court or elsewhere, endow ed with brawny hands and healthy appetites, and capable of contributing In the aggregate n large addition to the prosperity, stability and pace of the body politic, We iltatre to call jrmir ait. ntlnn to our fresh anil yet living in aimless, useless, hnpclrss Idle ness, existing by chance, sinking gradually but surely in tbo scale of being, and des tined to certain fullering and possible Ol every ilracrlllou,wiilch we keep coiutatiily on hand, ami aik you to tome and examine It aa well tti crime I allude of rourto to the colored rare, of whom Stanford has a large r.prc font' tion. I do not spmk censoriously but Which no retail Iioum can compete with, in a spirit of admonition. Taku a few simple but significant facts. The Stanford I IMimvn, colored district reports '227 pupils of school age. Ol this number only 80 -- very little over one third were enrolled in echoo!; IMPROVED WATER ELHVATOH, and tlip highest number in actual attend foinethlnu new ami novo! and th flnwt tltluaoi itmktn.l in ma. Inoiirllne ol ItMtliu snl Aok ance 05. while the average attend.iuco is Mores, wo can pleamiha moil fiwll.llon, In l.,ui pri a and luam, and ciimi tally In lleatlinr btorci, to show tour, w. keen Minn, Cement, Ac. and In foot given at 43 For trie support of this frag wwlh warrcty juilwiiigl&lJKwi.leiU. Ol U anything wo harn'i ot iiui Hiirniln near our lln. tiutuu &ll. wnon you nro in there la in and wi halt ty 'IbIUuU X 11 maka it ljr jnn Vury fu'y. uient of a echonl the district draws this townn II. MOKIriNi-.- , Ij.r 8ll',"'u JAMJM 11 WIO, . JMWl&ttJKS. tear from the Board $1.1130. They have no school house rent from year to year a miserable pen, definite of furniture, light F. REID. W. U. UIGGINS, Stio'y aud Troai, A. 0. SINE, Sup't. or comfort, and by its very desolation calculated to extioi,nish every ray of genius in the most gifted intellect. Teachers and officers complain that they can get no as eintnr.cn in the current expenses cf the concern. If they levy a tax it is ecified at If they call far a contribution it is dci:wd-Thtiling has nearly couio to the quenlinri 'School or no cchool," ol- AMsnMen ! Our Stools: ol" Complete Xme of Groceries Oliver Chilled and amp or in ; l plni S. PLANING MILL CO FIMSIIIU Flooring, Weatherljoarding, Ceiling, lor.M aiul I&linris alivay.s in Mtock. pnou-moo- U, e s r FURNITURE STORE 3IACZC 's IJEJFtKA, Vroprivloi. n;av-rrag- e j1vijn Inro M-let- -l !wor lf a PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTS & STAGG, & i Mi te nt wwi& m Watclies, Clocks, Jewelry and ilverware. aus-tai- M--- Queen and Crescent Route. aud Florida Twice Dally KH D.-tri- Through. Cars to ttut well-kno- wn s toll-gal- I ail 111 111 & 111 Mis-Ma- ry 111 111 1 1 1 111 1 . 11 u- do-ir- lrj 111 11 111 111 11 , 1 11 amM,.. fix-th- 111 C. RUIIa3SSY7 ii NewJ Goods for Pall and Winter m BUPLEY JieWfaWn1 0 im ?arstaiiaiai(iaw " J'f KlHm00Mgmim4iMm.vn mmmmmmmmmmm S5H n T T r K. O. WALTON, HuslnoHB MntmKOr. Foil Runt. A amall atore room oh Lin ctaler street, drat dour from Mtln. W. 1'. Walton. TWENTY FtVB DOLLAR HUilfl at $11 and only a few left, at the (beat UftrKnln Storo Stanford, Xy February 10, 1388 Vithllnlnul Tiirsilnu -- AT '' FrlitiWt ex- r.fS.L, PoWeM&Co. Movkd lii " lf 3 ' j tiau apirlt Out rlio'ild chiracterizo all dren. O the Gulf. Colorado & Santa Fe rail Ouu depot nmuil, J A. Carpenter, tall aearcher utter the ureal truth of the hi pected mill iUmtnll. ble road, in Texa, are working nine lehgriph UK that ticket In Lotiiavlllo will ho eold to Five are froui operaliT', all Kentockinn day, kogiI till the l.'Iili, to nil who wlsli to rtU(l)iiUS. l.SN. LOCAL TIME CAHD. (lirranl, two from Taj lor nnd two from aee tho Wat of Moody Tncre are mum man 60!) lliptiat thia ciiinty - 2f ' H Mali tra'n otui! North ' y fcotitb TllKiiE Ik not niiule type in this paper churche in Hurmth, with over 25,000 Late reporla from Ganeral D. fllald'a ' Mouth ExnrrM train" " ....... NmtS .' thnt hill appimr in the next. Everything low prices. Wo Wo liavo a good stock of plow harness surveying party in Hell county ia to the ef Local J'reUht Nortl ".'.V11 ...... 0 M A, M will he in new from tho heading to tho The titree weekt1 meeting of O Hoilltl been further fret that they have not WagoiiB of of Old rocoivod a car-loa- d havo The latter train lt oarry iiinri. auialleat advettiument, W. Dunlap at Itichmond reulied in onlv and nnllcipttii 110 further trouble tntkuTP I calculated u aundard time. Bolar one nddition, but the churcti people were Tney are going ahead with their work. a timo a largo styles, and will havo all sizos Mm Wooillirhlne, of IUvent LrOTtlitr. St.lt UalM1"11"""""" greatly revived G W McClure, John W IJruwn aud the recording Necretarr of the W 0. CAHD. n,0., K. C LOCAL TIME Tne conKreuatinn of the Orthodox A.T. Fish went to Ltncapter Wedneadav stock of Buggies, Carriages, Carts and Buck Boards em1 U , will lecture at the liip'iat church dittmiHa . John Hohbilt, deputy sher'fl of PulaaLI, bracing somo now styles ovorybody to soe. IIowUik! t7 m a. m. nJ roturim at here on the niht of Fehruarr wo Train fihe in church at Mendon, Mw,, baa jual ed it pHtor, beotipe of the discovery that waa in town Tueadny V N A. D. Catron, the In ha nno of tho innni elonueot woman i!d . he committed the unpardonable fin of Lnvel Green atock trader, returneJ from h of her order OW NOTICES. amokini; a pipn trip to litrbnurville Wedneaday. Jark jF. Tjik llyenrold nun of the late Hon. liUV jour rrhnnl boot and school mip' IUv. It. II Mnhony preached Ida fnrr. Adam?, Jr , baa moved out tu his fathcrV piles from A. It. Penny. lluifh Andernon, of Nicholavllle, waa well eermon hero Sunday, rirepirutory to f,uoi jut west of town. Watohkh and Jewelry rtn.irl on ihor fiiifd i'Jo nnd nent to j:iil for ten daja for moving to Nawpsrt, hro'hu accepta notice and warranted br A. It. Pwnny. HIGHLAND, LINCOLN COUNTY Mil-I- f oarrvlne a piatol concealed. A remedy like cha'e of a, church at $1,150 nalary. lock ol ewolry, lateit A oomi'Letr lllia uiight cure xome of our bora of the ratinru Cor. Piirie Xewa. Stock of all kiuda seems to be doing A, tlyle. Kookford wattilitM a apecialty. pernicioue and cowardly liahlt. Ilve. Kvanannd Ifpper naulinItnv. well, connidering the rough wettlitr. Ft IVony. L. D. lloi it CitleUeburi:. closed the Tub Arm of I'enny it McAllaler halrK Joseph K. Smith has sold hit ftrm to Only t 0 rioh can indulge In the luxury dlMOlVed, tho nnoniinla re r'dy fur vltle meeting on Tuo-da- y niuht. The renult wae Frank Smith, graudaon of Monroe Smith, JiO mnt. Come at once and ellie. You may of Irih potatoes now Thoy eell at $1 between 1U0 and HO profem-iooH- . Over 100 for $350. taye cot. per buabel here and are only oaten on atale PKiLKU IS joined the l'rehylcriu church. The othAs this ia leap year and the girls are ex X occatiora bf Ihoie who mii a (lord them. PEHSOfkAL. ers joined airier churches. According to pected lo vinit their Icaox, tho-iwiahing Drugs, Books, Stationery and khIIh rti SO n'lit", canned uooda tiAve tlie number of inbabitanta thm ia nearly lo vitlt our bachelor friend, Mr. Mosch M - Miw I M. Ilhtoia arrloualr ill. up and llvinc U cot trbat it Fancy Articles. tontwi equal to Monily' meetmir at Liuiaville. Wray, will not Imye to go further than Mr -- Un J H Owi.v haKa' to JaiH' uard to he. Monroe SmlthV, aa hia iiendiiiiartem are Phvtlclana' accurately compounded, Villo on IrjHinEfn LAND, STOCK AUO CHOP -- Also Miw M. P. Dhnny, of tho MaKiniiey there for the present. Mil li CI HaiI i Cnfijel with an In Paris 37.5 bumei of wheat eoid at liiuli Scliwil. neke u to tsy that tho nucontemplating K. Pmitli i at,cwii ip li hnc moving to Lexington in tho ner future, -- Mil. J (;. Puma.NUK'ti oldeit child L lla openml Jauar J0h aod all who an 1)7 cent". A good lud bora and jtok for Hale. whither Ida better half baa preceded him tlcripate entering had bolter do ao At once, verv III "ilh pnellulonU. The Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, UfrtflHTiHe, e ail o'aefi In the "Teaohera' Couro" L D. Garner, Crab Ochard, Ky. Mr G. M. Baker, who had his houe and -- Mil. (J It C driuuti'lat Jewelry and Silverware $& Good Orchard linto ben orS'it zed, nnd thovo who expect eol nl $1 and barn ami contents burned, lias recently iieie. t TinitinR kw wr-- ie rc mlin' eouie vtlutblo choic $1.10 pr buiiel. J. A. Ferrill, moved into hi store room and it golnd to liver boaght to thia market Prleca Lownr than(ft Miu A)fi) Miw W. J. H'auim have to compete Dm Titji.l. U'alftli.. rln(.V. an.t T.valrv Itu. IftL Shelby City. work paired on ahort notice and Warrantee!. rebuild. at Mr J V. Wrtlejg'. takti. hh-uWanda art a 2 year-oli im Mtm- woo $3C315k Thi is headfjimtera for lumber aud - Cait. W W. iouhhQH, Tan Yaiid -- Mr Cnarl Kaalen, tella more money than naa ever betn won by a aawed shingle 11111I also for having oorn Mr IVitr Siraub'a. 1 h ttn pt i U.rtuioo, yard 11a that he will oned up April MnwUA-riKi- :.', Myooil, i" on kie pltee itt O lenhotiu nd that he will fitly of that aye in Amarica ground into good meal M nroe Smith Given & Cnror eold at Pari Monday haa a ehingle und griat mil ; Smith has iu LjuiilU. vi.tiurfMr. MolliB the hiKheal prion for hide delivered to I pV of 2 var old cttilo at $20 aod n also n steam saw mill on wbioh he manud a nitMlf Joija I'byton w vim htm at Crah Orchard IIP (o thnt date. Mr.l factures tuaiber, Hhlng'e and tlnvrs and er, Mr. V. It. Wit.iitwe, i Jluloiite KMln in an exprineI latiner and re oar lotd of yrarlinga at $22. Kentucky bred S3 of the Make wjnuem Martmllh aleo has a simui anAf null and Mim Maiwiii Mat MnciiB.i., ot hep and believe he will make the bui-inof 1837, Cihiornia coium next vim 17, hImj miVot th ery bst 01 meat Theee U hwund, U fMiiii ir. A. D UuJr-r.ood- . while Virginia furniahe bui 8 taill are 111 a rHiliua of two miles. Wella f I A VII(I etcuied it auira-iuoat Melvin Collins had three of hit fm?era Splendid Mit Akma TtMi'Ki.s, of Harroda ton, Ooio, we will oummexce at once to to -- Cattle are eleady in Liliin villo nt 1 aZackcrul, in JJijcIicIm ami Barrel, nt reasonable pri-t'O4 oommnu lo bee ; hogi are aiao steady pretty bully cut pontl ii rhiln j unting fhiDgt at i.ur;, lia opriirrt a 4iftcripiion oto-- u out the btlance ol our imcienfeatock. coiiHitlerluK (heir oast. at 4 lu5(i0; heep are quiet at 3 to 4J Jop Soiith'a mill, 011H-- .I hv the timber beiltrfuell. There will be very little attention paid to cent. ff Mit W. - (laaiaiM. of l'dlavki. wa ing froien. Cam Goi ch, of co'or, had ihe iho oofl or value of kiucxU d run thia gale, The added uione) for etakea and pnrfte piiulul miaforiuue n' having au eye knock up t ee ik aiter, Mr. T M. lVnnlnKto- -, nur miin object heitii to hare a little to at Monmouth . PrK for lbS8 nmuunta to eloutwh'ln trtvolinf aftr nigh', t a tUM move at polule. Tftetlrett I!r,'aiii Blore $200 000, the larueet aum ever otTered by n limbttrikln' him in it. Arthur A Yi H CiiAiU.ihob" drummer, ha John of S. h I'owera.t C racing ait'octntion In America. cum rams over f'om MoKinney last night KUtielo tte ntoiiiilniiia t worrs with the J. A Giveaa writea from At'anta to on a visit to relittvet aod pp ml the day nl ltlKD IlUUToN. a nero hov, waa lodaed uieri hanie. ed returned from in jtil Tuesday for robblni- - K. I. Tanner'a hia partner, J M. Carter, that he haa M.P Hubble'. Mhi. Couuiri t of 2d mu'es at $10S. They nvcragid Tho Northern Brtnr-- of the Mrtho-iienow Mi" MatlinOux ha atnreat McKinny of a aack full of coodr, Uiteixhuric and n about 15 bnnda. He reporii) the market Epiacpal Church iu Highland it holding in Mr.J.ihn Ooode'it whioh gone ttmhtr The examinine Irial will occur to- dull. a eeriesof meeting!, wbio'i are prorea-mMil. ANllMlW HoVtf HBAXI.-- Y leave J. E. Lynn bauehl of Tnomta E. favnrbly, for ihe pit wesk, rondncted by day and the dead wood eeema to be on the im htarnil forUy count, whue little racal, who ia not aair.irger to prleon Wood 23 head of picked calves that be liro. Carrie, Moron, Cok. ami Dnuiaro el aoott friu Mrhhs IV.HKV Whitk and l'errf wall, having reived a term a year ago for hsd bought in the Huatonville neighbor- A'idSia erMoilieMeirima- ,tbe latter shhI to hood at $10 per hetd. They weighed 470 be, t good spdtker Tlify aie drawing Urg Klo weie Kiuala ol Mr. J H. .MelaMou ev a aimlUr oil pounda aod aro number one atock. and attentive crowd, ejphcially at nuht, eral dia tllla wreK. OFTlir. damte cae of the Huatonville and In 18S7 tbe ftctorie at Dorhitm , N tho houae being packed to its utmfi ci moved Mil. ANI Mkb. A. C.i-JNBiathn Turnpik Afcainaf. Mra C.aoldand tihipppd 0 000,000 pounda tf paclty. Tnero have been several addition' Cr til" N'clt tbirm cot back to town ami i Amerirui iitiley eniai;ed the county ceiirt amnking lobtco, at an average wholesale We hop's suuiiiM miy hi turned from the ieel. tdjte, iu Upper Min till TueadHy nfiernoan, when the jury whice of Vi". par per pound. The leaf uaed have evil of iliilr tya uid that much nn I lsi-l- ni -- MlMluj. IllM. tM M0KOUBUT8 hmnsht in a verdict of $350 in her favor, In it" luuiufsclure averaged 10; round. giod mav be aconmplislied. Latei Uureil their law t.tlioai 10 ouo ul ih O ley $'2X lrva than the had Dr. J II. Owelty, of T.F. The meeting has closed with about 30 r uun over Mack llnlluikn' eior. for the pike running will, has iittvertiaed hit fine farm illepairh to teed the dimacea I)ii Hailky recuved ". tlir'iutli her farm An appetl to tho clr of 13l! acreton the Dnivnlo ti Lmcieter me to Aluwuni to attend Mrr. C ir. C Hon. W. P. Tun I or ha bten eelected immelintely taxen ? ... euil court wat turnpike nnd all hi perioualty, for sale of u)!le fevere Nleld, who I n oa the Kentucky reprenttiye 011 the Dem COIINjGK- ,Ell Cooi.ey, who waa recently aniiitled February 25 The latter embrace the fir e ocratic Conireadioel Committpe, to aHHt Mil. It C W.VHKKN 'l' her teti nuwrt.uolhera, wnn went of the murder f I'eter Green, in Oarrard rotter, Jiwio V., and some othtriine etork. tie National Ciinruiiiie in Camjalgu liiony to lhat of he don-no- t county, and who i attll under indictment bee next i'rfile for full list. from here lo bar Mowly, work The Richmond U e7tor Cjmpsuy for ehootinc Henderson Oreen, who lot near ootne up i Hroiher Hrnea. In rep'y o tho'o 0' hi coDsiitncnts, thia week 10,000 buaheia of wheat who eaked why he votod for to niht for b ilh ejen br the wftnnija, hat gone Wetl to Uxrc J H Houm oon : MiMiwippt, it U miu. wtih the Intention ul grow up with the country. He loft Tufa at 00 reota and the Dinar zt Mill 150 bar firmation.Sanator wrote: "I votlirnjln, tck w iih iiii the lit - baii!v day with Illinois aj tho objective point. Ii rein of corn at $3 iu tho crib. Oil the conn ed for him him one of I Wo it Imped (hit in hit new home he will not ty court market were 250 cattle; 25 of 900 the beat men in the Smith (or the p'aue. He who m"1 'a"1 ,l,UB"',' t'!"' pound weight "old nt 3 cent; 1 2 year b fined" to murder any more men. unnd-ei- l is, in mr judgmsnl, t brntl, lih-rh'll aiirceed oldn M $3 30; 45 nice cilvea at $25 per Ban OwKNShaa been lck in led, 11 . Mn. man of n grait detl of Ctmp'iell, is clever head. About 50 OuHold frleid, F.J. broke muiea changed on Kt lie He.r.i thai tht lejiHlature hut a not to fi td oivplf in enough tu j ome mighty nice thing? handa at $70 to $13r Monoy easier than I am relucln itI tho republican Senators, harrii-th- e for dietiutt pr pv but would llkelt mony withn ab ml the iNTriilou JouiWAi. and it" for aevernl previoua court Uaye. lizard &. oneri to 00 oen h a day, he uinai;ed to eiilor, which under ordinary nrcumatancra it wnt a imi, o fir as hit action whs 000 Cari hore, nf L'X'ncion, houuht 13 work cert.ei) entirelv for my nan judanient aod crawl out nd i now tt lirne. to print, but a tlie W Mild tax our modeaty ll muleat$135io$l75. Col. O. H. " MikjMauv Mvfiu left TihwUt tonatieiip , "nd I votd the piper und one who ban purrhaaed n fancy bunch of 2 year-ol- d for her, fiiinderof California I h a Ins uiidrikln.' ! with prido and observed itn coiin-ianonw &i.iwwb1 sam0fP mule at $16."), McLean it June', of hill he liaa tried It sveril tliQC! ami ru'ti Syrup of Figs ia tntilldd to privileei not nc pleipure. be Mi. Sterling, b iiuhl 10 iu lie and 5 horao er liken it, beaulf hem. deli jilted with the nnidedoutiide of the craft We hod to Is Naturo's own truo laxnlivo. It is tho nl prlcoa from $100 to $150 for tho borea clinu'ti of that farnrl cec'lon. most easily tnken, and tho most ollcctivo but will pame a mippreti ime of it, however, Climax A1.0011K entorieineii -- Mji AHNI remedy known to Cloanso tho System look nt litre fie r it in our wrap book to number of her frleoila 41 "hiuh le" wlicn Uilious orCostivo; to dispel Headto a faithful frifiid. with critef'ti thanks MT VEHNON, H0CKCASTLE COUNTY niaht hiJ made each of Ihem vu) y aches, Colds, nnd Favors; to Cure Unhit-un- l itmrltuf price palil for Irish rotatoea, Caabaso'jiail Tf.e nupper Tup. board of uiediotl extminerttt Btau- Iho rtctaiun verv hoanllr. Constipation, Indigestion, Piles, etc. IliclieNt' Mtrk Morrlx, nd 8(1, die! nt Pine .. .. mmt eerr I " ltiiti1inttu ul In ford la djing a laud oliiee buiinex ... r.v... m Appli ...! waa excellent t Drlcil Applet. Manufactured only by tho California Fig lllllSunditr. The fair younv hoeieee looked mom tlun otntH for poainalrioi w.nr of the adA teltiKrapa oflice waa opened nt liar Syrup Company, Sun Francisco, Cal. joining cuuiiot ure balog ordered hero for liiurville Tneadaj. uually lovely in a boutilul "lea own" Forxsle lv A. K I'ennv, Stanford. One jf tho ton btforo the entrain rihtmu embroidery eximinaiiiin hluerashu.eie, Twenlj-tlire- p vtltpnl thia drummer hoard Itai Wedoeadty wtt an old eoldier ptaco lillriui; tiio iaat oiyht eiay. and pink 8m riinrnina M.W A1KTI5KJIKN1N. from near It irjk Owtl-- i Sirin, Henj miin Wid-cilar bccuuiin plentiful; three LOCAL AFFMHS Koi;ere, whoxiya h waa one i.f the few wuro killed in thti county i week. wo lamp orurdeller for aile men v10 eurcaedel m mounting ihe worka FoUK (jood TI11 Stijnal otlijd iiHiri ua to erpreis ton fioaabari; and B. , Varf .t & Bith ojlabntteJ nl a iu thitnkato yju for tinny favor ahawn. wt Lriooked eenelew by a fragment of n Hjclictatle, tliomji on tbe liat of Jiau-yIt brreliy KWru that tUorn Kill hi a uifotln of ire.h aHifirimsnt of Hhell atrllijng liu mllrtket WKhavero'ewedH .U Cnaf-jio- l'a Ilin wat oitre-i- iu Orcha.l the cotinliec, hitt of litvini; a citizen o( t'lnoano'iitra nf iho t'ralillroliant at S.11U.1U)', tbe ollire Couib and w new (lap Tuniv-ikIlmJ I ouipany of Hull and liluuirdiM fjr ciwardicfl in not fol- within her border whocu income ia $51 per ml) on lbt ll.rrN HouiH In l Hruoe & Mrlt-WM- . February il, 18S, a 2 o'clock, I'. XI , to volo upiuyiH. io in him whu, at ha uayB, "the ehell day, on the i nation 01 h ret ri!tii'zatlon of tbe COiu. ii....,mtB"vif7iw naa the fill of tllla PltllU 1. i.i.., Iwt of luny under ilin (.eiurat lltu. Inen Tho Alumoul CjiI Oimptnj' tuxdUte HiauthorUed Vran act bf the Ueneral trip id" and have irll 3J, 1881 r. month we "mounudthe A'B lulily, pproTed Tick Maoonic Lidjje here after a lorjg uiotivo Xo 1 pasted doivu the roid ef. Ji. II. il. Slll.l.liU. i't'i'HUU-ttt- . heen theio tver eince or wordi to tint Ii'it u lia.tr: be.niir an J la oliria weary nleep ia about lo awake and and ftclc. lii,,u-ninto bjitutv and usufulne.". At tenel"Lulj." Signil Acorrrrimnileot of the Signal aaja A. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., vJ1 Stji fllK cold wave ptedlniei h tlio the luat meeting there were aome '.'3 mem ml tbe bur CCKV. on time Welnealay a new member waa ricoiyed T. Nunnelley bought 15 bead of younc NTAMrUHU, KhM pieiwut, Htrviceutoie diapalrh yetrr.lar "IvgUt iocil wow, into tho lodge and two appllcationa for muleaiii the neighborhood of Ilea Lick at Well Drlllors and Pump Adjusters, Htept weru ulo from $35 to $80 per head. coidBr," vo fii'fi M l it' letter. Netr initiation were ii'ed. 11 II Poane'u hori-ran away with him I ,.Wella Drlllod lo older and pumpa rurmlshed no 'iie.utifnt" low hidea taken to revive Chapter 51) and the follow lyainchet 0 prleca. "5'1 f etith. iug utBceM were choeo: A. It Panny, H. in the woods Wednesday, throwiug thu at laciory the KnlgbUof l'ylb-- P ; 8 A. Irwin, K j H. O Alford, B ; Geo rider into a huge bruah heap, tearing his TilKDinvllle S. C. O. H ; J. R McUlary, PtS : H. cluthinennd acratchinK him up coiuiden-bl- y. pruduce, with the Aa.lstance if D. Hopper, y,) I 2 V.; M 1 V i A. A. McKinn.y, well knnwu acior. the play of J. Drat, aeveral I atari E.atMcnday for V ; G. K. Wallace, 8. All the and P;iWm at Walton'. Opera F Rulel, Damon Mt. Vornon, Ky. maaoniin the section holdjcg dimitt ought ueyr sonds, lhoae iuvtajz arcounia and Home. Match 7.h, icrleidol lhe8:b,i the lodge notea patt due must rottle by Febroary 10th Mr H. J. Ptrw to pat them in now aud mtkt Offlcanext dofr to Whltehead'a Drug 8tora. at firat conlimplwu what it ihould be, tbe larccit and beat in or they frill be ((.und In the haoda of col Hucelai atuattan itvao tu dtat aaea ot cbtMraa. pct cillxtnv may (J77-- tf writea that our 2t lector. F. L. Thompaon. the country. dramatic treat. I ua l'lSUANNUfll. OA.MI1. tt umteratood If we - Mr, J. It Mernhon llokiiillh shop tu l0nn lm moved Avenue in the Miller cxlenfion Jamea Uuaael, of thia cninly, bjuglit of Willis A Itm, of Girrard, t largo gray or sleeping, can hive their doubts removed home for $200 -- Wm. Hill, of Itiwlmd, and B It. by perusing hi article on our llrat pane, BKHintt Brother Hirne- -' doctrine of "Qod in Kennedy, o' Crab Orcuird, were ncru dur Lore and Nothing Ele." For a man who ing I no week. 8. W. Parria, who lately moved from haa looked like r corpo for the lnat 120 year, he wield n tn i vitiornut. pun ami thiaglacd ' Nipa Citv Ctl., writer tfni' presents argument thnt oven the uood hi! It not umen "itrnok" on fie uouniry, Meaalra and mumpa are on the lncre-Hro evaniiellat, we fair, ntnnut refute thrnughoui tho oiuutr Several otts o' ia a ru it admirer of ll'o. Darne Willinrua and 1j i4 article in written in the tritu chrla- - the former have proved ftial among chil Those person thtt Elder 'Wt L. William who may have imagined wm either dead PLOWSPLOWSPLOWS No. have the King of Cane Sod Plows, 5 Champion with horn cutter and draft rod. We have the Silver Steel that cannot he excelled either sod or stubble. We also have a comfor blue-grabined steel and chilled plow that we will guarantee to give better satisfaction than any of the all chilled plows. It will pay you to see these plows before We to-w- il: ss credit that U.Vl wlllb 1 - ' " ta buying. .- -.- Iti. d -- just and at Hickory in short Ua -'-- that want GEO. MliS. WJEAKEW, ITIaug'r., J. WEAKEN, JProp. JL -a S9BffT, sv3rjs PHARMACIST, Ml Cia$xVlU sMV!a3aV Jo-i-p- h 11 JEWELER. Urt :VrgCEifASil' iat Hr, i4 Jr Je car-loa- e - !' oi 11 dia-poa- t IB TJ "2T .d Hta-bi- to-d- - GROCBBI -- n-- ti.) ent' a, ex-mi- ad-dit- T. R. WALTON -r oe ttt pur-chac- let MAIN & SOMEKSET STS'.V-- nl bcue con-iiVr- nt le-u- ;1WD oet the 'r Che-nau- TZDTncsri-- i - VrVd-neod- . ff f a ltt 1 ' iuu IbrfflCJE er b. U'ol-rit)dit- . Wall Paper, ni Furniture, XtIS2l DAVIS, riiysiciftii and Surgeon, DR. Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. Full and Complete Stock of the above and pricea as low as the low eat. B. K. WEARISir, 1JwTF h . A JJCJLL ?3cgk! j CHURCH WORK ABROAD. ipfcaUsT-Ti- iZJK. "y JsgatJgvvuuEiji ! jm iifltTmysa fjl,9 iJr ii JSi J , it lpjafABMj( fryryt If , different years A .otm evangelist, nf tor thirty-twIn Chirm, Is of tho opinion that in fifty yoars W fR0YAL?it?o1?Ji moro tho empire may havo becomo Chris tianized through Christian Missions. It is stated that Christina missions number freed, over two million adherents in houthon lands, AND and tho imllfutimm are that tho number will roach twenty million by tho year 1000. ! Tnr, aggregate circulation of bibles In forolgn lands by tho American lMblo SoMarin nntiil tho stable) on Peiot street, atu A SPECIFIC FOR prvpartd to train and nnk birst-- on reaeonablii ciety during tho past year was over half n terms. County Court day trndn poIIcUhI seventy-onUve. years tho million eopios. In (his ii. v.t rilantoid, Ky rKit, Tun Stewart Iron Company of Sharon, society has distributed in all parts of tho k0J-Ta.., havo started eight puddling furnncos. world kS33U10 copies. nils department has not beon ojionitcd for Tun statement is rando by tho North UC1I AS- u long tlmo. China AeM that a benevolent gentleman lu , lit fill Jlostcttcr-llagaloItlCIIMOM). ICV syndicate has com- tho United States -- ut present anonymous Tin: )UI.M., St.,.,.r..e.l rnrtise 15.1XA) bns subscribed 1300.000 for tho establishacres of coil pleted Us purchnso of B. luud in tho Pleasant Unity distiict, ia tho ment of u university nt Nankin. Itls hoped or Connollsvlllo region. that tho amount will bo Increased by conKora good Table OUTHLY SICKNESS. A Wrarrtntx railroad company has Just tributions to f.VX),000. And clivtnuthl well furnlsheil numis, till Holal Tni: Moravians havo an Important mission purchased 0,000 ueros of coal land, which it hat uu superior, OivhI ampin rooms atucimd. If Uken diirlnc lie CitAXriK OF UFE, mat y Opiates tt CO er d ty. will develop. Another is prewired to ship on tho Mosqui'o Coast, Central America, tlff'Sclw suOerlni; nod daufcr lll 1x5 noldol among a mixed population of Indians, boolc"JUssAii to WoN,"tusllclfrc, 500 cars of coal jier day. Dr.ADrirxD HxouLaTon Co., Atlanta, Oa. In Ktroirrs from .130 cities show that tho car- Creoles and Spaniards. It was begun penters will havo a little moro to do than 1S19. Down to lSsl it has been quite sucIiONUON, KY. usual, and that there is a largo nmouiit of cessful, and at tho beginning of that year there were about a thousand communicants. KENTUCKY CERTB1L B. work in readiness for tho spring. F.B.RILEY, Proprlotor. A uarYrlolpurll), Thlit powiler niT r trl oiioiulcm atrongth and wliolcwotnpnrtt. 'Mora I CiintsTiAXiTT Is now tho faith of over A Hamilton (O.) company bus built thai) th (i tmUnnry klml miJ in not Lr ioIo of tho Indian population a number TlmroiiKlily Itoimvniril mul Itrfnr. machines which punch olghty-liv- o slllH-lllM- M IKllltfl." rompvtlton lth the 'miitltudo of 'ok tcit ulion I'lrsl-i'lits- s holes in tank iron nt once, and use shears twelve times as largo as that of thoso who Kurd wolghtalum or pti"iiihit ,intrs "olJonly to itlxliril Itirotiidioiil UoyalBakinh IVwdk cut at onco. cant, follow the teachings of Kuddha; whereas in that mako nn eight-founit raiiNomtlilc irlfH Iruy mul ululil Qhortestaoi) Quickest Routo from Uoi lt Wll rttrwl. Niw Yor "Wages of "Western window-glas- s blowers, 1S30 thcro were only 27,000 nativo Protest-nut- s tnliiHiire mrl Uy polite 1'orlrrn of IIiIm tral Kontucity to till Poiuta North, In all India, - Ceylon and l!urnmh;in which aro on a sliding scale, havo been in-- a Kast, West nnd Southwost. iiiulnr House. cased llvo per cent, because of tho recent 1371 thoro wero 3lS,St. Tho Government Kast Lino HntwiiMi 1SSS. expends 170,000 per nnnum in supplying udvunoo in tho prico of window glass ' TRAINING Massnchu-pott- s tho spiritual wauts of tho troops and civil Tim boot and shoo factorios in ! ItKXlSUTOX A OIIVCHN.VtTi nro nil runuing full time, and most service. I I, the uuilerslgned, bare In Ilantltle. Ky , a A sTiiiKtxo illustration of tho reflex beno-flt- s manufacturers havo enough business on IllttpfruttMl. neat Training blahlit, aud am prepurwl to brrak Throuch tlcksls and baea; checied to any of foreign missions is seen in the caso hand to keep Ihciu busy three months. and train honua either to ad I In or iroi and say ileMloatlonrrachol by t rallroiil, of tho Ilennannsburg parish, Germany. In 111., promises to como and adjlntn counties If Kcxdall Cocvrr, Kor lull rarlUulara, rail ou any stent of the well MUblUhnl p'tpn m to the peopliof Unruluyou Harpr' WroklT h w.n bruk. traloid thirty years from the tlmo tho peoplo began np os. a coal mining region. A four-fothe IcuJIni; lilutr'ol nctnf-- r In Amnion Tb you bate a horn- ihat to me, i will guarantee or company, or uid and will bring It M I). A.KKEi.KY. their foreign mission cnterpriso this church Mlrnmsol IU1 inrltl comment on curnt poll vein has been found nt ninety foot near Jl MOIWK, you wltM your stock will .limy (eii.laM A uent, anil twIHi tic of Trar. 1'sm. Agent, tics ham rarmtl (or It ttui Yorkvillc, and it is thought this is a true had about 150 missionaries and more than you waul sold, bm g It to mo, as we a bur-Ixninjioit, &y Curlbiiinn, Kf all Itnpiirtiiil reailrn, anl tht rarlcir am txcnl COO native helpers in their missions, with the second lot miet in the Slate rein. II h. lll'NTIN(UN, lUslter, conWnta, which Itirlmli trlal lenceof In lltiriry SHOW 243 If .S.I MUtUi J Oil (mnerai lifflu C'mlnKton.Ky and short itorlra ly Die Iml and uiot Tnn production of conl In tho United 3,ftM communicants. During tho first sevwriter, III It forlhfi p riiMluf pf.jii.l lhi wMnt BtntC3 in 1SS7 umountcd to 110,000,000 gross enteen years of this time tho homo church ranwp ol iMlct nn t purinln n plomriilo aro LOUIS SUILIKiKh, tons; total valuo nt mines 1 175,000,000. Coke, received 10,000 members. provUlnl, ami no pxprnt" It parrl In 8,000,000; spV)t valuo, U4 ,000,000. llig in- ) Two lirxniiEU and fifty millions of women tir I'Rirui liUh.H nnJernl anl.tlc ability lo utlul ptutit depend for tho Gospel upon tho women of' dustry. uia tnellludratlou of th, Iicha Its fraturr nf home ami foreign hlitnrr all s of The earnings of farmers do not appear to tho churches of America. Ii iln.lmlilj adapted totarl-coiu- p ItlCIIM iS l, KtlfCKV. be increasing liko tho earnings of manu- tho contributions to foreign missions nro guit IncTiTj liouie olil. of Jho church membergiven by facturers Government reports show a CVlOUISVIltt KtwAlBaliTJ CHICaC0Rtis,- Photographs in all styles and sizos. in farm values from $14 and (15 totS.54 ship, while, only ono half of tho membership give any thing. Tho averago amount per par ncro in 1650. r YUAH. Pictures in India Ink Crayon and is llfty cents tho Ilarp-r'- i Si (0 At Humestown, la., tho prospectors have member part a centper annum only conWrklf Water Colors. per day for tho seventh of 4 CO got down to a depth of !V feet, but havo Harptt'i Matilno LKaVINU UOTII- Se designs In Kraoies an Muscat rery loi 4 on found no coal. Thcro is money enough on version of a thousand million of people. ..- Harper's Bnr (WJ ly. Missions havo had a rapid growth even hand to go 105 feet further, and an effort Is 2 00 Prices. Young I'tople Harper's I.Ol'ISVIIil.t: V Ul.VCIX V 4TI heing in ado to raise suflicicnt to go at least when compared with that of 'ho churches Postage frei to all 'itWrltwrs In the Unit! Daily, secure fo liaielers COO foot. in tho ago of miracles. In soventy years Stales, Canaila or Mxlc Tun latest reports from tho lumber 'after tho first preaching of tho apostles it Thn Volunnol the. Wekljr btR t with Iheflut number for January ot rticn jfir, Whn no limit regions of the South Atlantic coast point to has been estimated that thcro were a hunMOST RUPID SERVICE Is niintiomO, s btcrlptlons will ImIi with the vory heavy increaso in tho supply of yel- dred thousand Christians in all the world. To tho Oitizon of Lincoln County: NumUrcurren at the time ,f rrctHpl of onler low pino, sap and cypress, and hard woods In India, soventy vears after Carey's first found Voluiui ol llrier's WpmIt. for thtc IViller MHI la listing recently e.ulpw I a. of all kinds, for both tho Northeastern and baptism of a native convert, there wero in years back, lu nt tenth binding, will be sent by the town ol rlttnfirt Hal we die auy .Mill to Keer atteiupted lwtr.ii the- crel eomwerctal clt SAPIENT SAYINGS. My India and British Uiirmuh alono 73,000 naNorthwestern markets. mall, iocitait pab or by nurm, fiw ot nwim eual Inquallty of 8 .ur, we think the cllisetii ol leaontbatlhl Hire, aud firiifx, and bene . lor sbto Tioiit boots nnd tight mon make woes In- (prOTlded Ibtnlsht doea not exrttnl onp dollar lli ci'iinir shiuld hare ciunly pride e ongii to the laatmt lima and 11101 A new and immonso vein of coal is being tive Christian communicants and a nomitrains Toluuie) for 87 cr ti.I in all ikilnts In theNuiiZi, or to the U'ruf o numerable, j ier latmilie and sustain the stinn .Sew lib In opened at Williamsburg, Fremont County, nal Christian population of over 300,000. f I be ounie art of Itil lain Cloth cm furntcli the aud olum. sultihln for bind whom It may tncern tint we are Men lovo to hoar of their power, but havo Idk will lie sent by mall, M4ipjJ,oa tec'pi ot i n arket t buy your wheat ant corn and will a. on all lru k Iiumi Is deioiulninl Tun Reformed church in Hungary has ex(il., by tho Santa Fo Hallway Company. Ttr ailltlt' an extremo disrollsh to bo told of their dut v. eai.Ii n 101II11 This muio will shortly Imj producing largoly isted sinco the tlmo of the great reformaglee the hlghiot inrrt prl lor saiue. We ,'il I'.rJiffmM rhe Klves (Klrmis meal JSurkt. Keniutane ( should b mul by pMtntSc money aro added some uw mscblnrry . oort-orlilt 11, It r, I Vt,t(i,rt. and assist in supplying tho peoplo In Kan- tion in the sixteenth century. It Is a strong Alalroiiwn lirtti OrBrm iu the fo'ilh order nr draft to arold chanc of I ii and ctnnow make inetl to suit any depsrtmrnl i but somewhat church. At sas, who havo been short of fuel. A oooii farmer is bettor than a poor doo-tofind our time table aud llcketa ay tfu-ioNwnaptis are mil u iMpr thti atertln-mon- i rwn It csutioi lie diuaiea uy any otner .'uu in yoi congregatho time, of and a good horsoahoer is bettor than a without the cxpre a ordr ot liarper .1 !rothirs (el .MI( and shek to Jllollim, If Ve sou it a trtsl lu our fliurand It is reported that tho Italian Govern- tionspresentaro l,0SO, organized pastors. IhsTldnlty you want lo sar uiomy and hate a iiImmiii lour tuealdrpartinent. with l.flOO there if rain In our linn It poor bishop. Cullytr, Allharltu ment Is endeavoring through its Minister Address IIAltl'KIt Jl HKUHlfclW. New York. ney. K (UlailllMU'K, lorsale will please call at Mill, where our ag-has schools attended by 20!,:i!IS pupils, with to this country to mako arrangements with Yon will soldom find n character of pecuOeneial I'ssnger Aicrnt. Ciiirajo. can b found at all tlms, who will gli the best American manufacturers of steel for fur- 2,278 teachers. It has theological halls at- liar finish but you will also find that it has CltyTleke Aaais aiidOftUeis. pilo-- e tor same. Hrai d a l ship stuff always In rrs, sut't, K. A. HucKaax. TV 4th Aro., Ixiil.rlll Ky. nishing armor plates for Italian wt--r vessels, tended by 300 students. Under its direction, como up through prescribed conditions stock. ii'. .v. 1HSS.- f rnaulord Holler Mill Co. I. M. luaaaNcl, IU Vme at., Ouclnnsll, O tho Intenton being to secure a sourco of and at its expense, services aro held occa "through much tribulation." steel supply outside of Europe In tho event sionally on behalf of scattered Protestants Hn is a great simpleton who Imagiues that ! in 3,201 places. af war on that continent. tho chier power of wealth is lo supply Florence Washing Machine. n recent meeting of tho General Mis- wants. In ninety-nin- e Uolling-JIil- l At Tun North Chicago Company cases out of a hunIlliiHlrHtctl! sionary Committee of tho Methodist Epis- - dred It creates moro wants than It supplies. at Chicago, 111., has made an agreement I hare bought the rUlit to sell the Florence with all tho nieii, with the exception of tho copal church tho following appropriations The boy who gots tho man's head beforo Washing Msehlnesnd aiu now prepared to furnish Har(i'a M.tjtsxine Is an organ ol pro;ri-tl?According to tho agree- I wero nindo: For Africa, tl0,000, an increaso ho gets the man's size is not tho most the thought and iuoeruent lu eery depirtinent of all who uiay wish to sate their clothe fr er attractions it win ouuiu, tubbing aud tearing incident to tbeoll pr pccmoI ment, tho day laborers uro required to ac- of (5,000 over last yeur ; for South America, boy. Tho man who keeps tho boy's 111. Kesidei oil year I coming artd'es, superbly washing, lake one an J tiy it aud tio routliiced. Louisville & Nashville R, R. riant tho cept a reduction of ten per cent. There aro $53,500, nn increaso of 15,000; for China, heart, no matter how largo ho grows, comes Illustrated, on thnllnat VMt, artlclts nn Anier I'll not worry you out buying unless you are TUB MKKAabout 250 men who aro directly Interested jfllS,S57, an Increaso of 12,000; for Gor-- l closo up in tho race for "best man." lean and forrlgn lodustrr; Iwnullfullr llluitratnt fully latl'fledaslolts merits. f . ' paiefsour!ciitland Norwa . , Algiers , J11.400: i for riwIlierUn-tin this cut. Tho tonnago men will bo paid mnnv., t.'LVntV): , . or ... The undersigned, basing purebssed the Florence TnE VhrUttnn Inttlhq'neer says: "In our and the Indies; new norls by VI lldam HI ck Wathlug Macbine, aud alter a thorough trial, we Scandinavia, including Denmark, Norway homes wo ttio same as km year. seldom havo to overcome resist- aud W I) 'et llowells; miTellctics, each rnmpleie In In adding our tealiaiouy aa to Ita Lehman Claiik, contractor, of New York, I nnd Sweden, t."M72, u decrease of about ance, but wo often let tho children slip a slDgle nututier by ItHiry Jsmi. Lalotdln llearn take pleasure worth, and without hesitation prooomc II a sucW,0(0, increaso TO THU KItcs; short bq agreed to construct a tunnel, costly ?20,000; for North India, t2l,000, an decrcaso nwny becuuso wo do not sympathize with and Jinellnpoputsr wrltett;stolid by Mlm Wuotson cess In eterjr particular, doing all thai Is claimed a of and ilustratd iuir and other Iti terr:nal facilities and forty miles of road of 9,000; for South India, Turkey, f21,054, them. Wo forget how wo felt when wo cf special artistic snd lite, ary tnternt. lb ivilto-ri- forWm Daugherty, J. W Wallace. Ir Ilourne, f 11,000; for Bulgaria and for tho "Wheeling A: Harrisburg Itailroad wero young. Wo look at facts and fancies l)iartiueniariiiiducieil br Jeitg William Mrs. H. P. Halter, A (' "Ine, Hill IVrslnn lwis Company, between Wheeling und Ilowcrs-tow- nn increase of H,000. with eyes from which experience has swept Cunls, William Dean llowet a and Chines Dudley buddera, J, K. Lyon, I. l Dawson, I Vannoy, 1TITII arner. Mra. Atuands Peak, tleonce IVyton. Alex ItoPa O. Tho line la to connect with tho tho golden glamour, and wo aro Intolerant GAMES AND GAMESTERS. law, C O Full i. V'li i I C'indxi, Sim llslnea, It. following roads: Cleveland & Canton, whero wo ought to bo patient." Pullman Palace Sleepers. K. Harrow, A. M, Feland and inanr omen HARPER'S PERIODICALS. Conotton Valley, Cleveland & Youngstown, .if. ' ; Yol'so mini, don't follow good advice. A cask is beforo tho courts of PhiladelI'KH YK1B. Hoadquartcra at ti, rj. Myers' store. Nllos & New Lisbon und tho Wheeling & IiiiIniiIIm phia In which a citizen is trying to regain Jfast scizo it and act upon it Many men Harper'g Msjsrlne....... 00 ..... Lako Erio. claim to bo followers of tho Lord, and tho lO 00 -- . Harper's Weekly Tin: total number of coko ovens in tho 50,000 won from him by gamblers. 1t1jiii)IiI, Dciiixo tho last six years two men of trouble Is they spend their whole timo in Hartwr's Bazir 1 00 ........... United States, up to tho timo when last following, when they ought to bo working 'Klaiila, 2 00 noted, was 22,597; building, 4,151. Tho pro- Norwich, Conn., have played fifteen hun- with Him. That colt follows his mother, Harper's Young Peoplo ....- AIuulKumery, duction of coko for ISiO was 0,S45,30l tons, dred games of cribbugc. Neither ono has but it is because ho is a colt. When ho gots Postage free to all lubecribers In the I tilted liilllo Ituck, costing ut oven J1.G3 icr ton. Six years ago at any time gained a lead of moro than fifty old enough to work, ho will not bo expected Hlatee, Canada or Mexico CHICKEN thoro wero only 11,110 ovens, and tho cost at games, nnd tho leader at present has only 4lMobile and .ctv OrlfiniH. IHIiiiDuii.l iin.1 sm lkltt lin ai11 ' it -- ..,.. ,.' ' , m,,,,.,,-- trolauiM of the. Magatlno begintscn I. tne ovens was then H.83 per ton. Pennsylvania twenty games to his credit. .The - ,ir. Mn. knil ll.e.Mnti.r LI w Ttar t .......... ........... Tiiiiec ycHrs ago tho mauugcr of a silver w ..M.n. has produced 70 per cent, of all the coko Only one cbino lo points lo ! When no time In efeclUt.il. sut,crllllmis wl tMglu He ludcil, my inndo In tho United Slates. Tho consump- mino in Australia played a gamo of ouchro You go to tho son, whutovur olso you nro.r; with tbe number current at tho time of notlptof for your tion of coal for ISixl was 10,tWS,?Jtons. New with an cmplojo to seo whether tho latter order. tlio doctor who pn'horilC8 for Hound Toluinesnf Harper's Magai'iie for lUree should pay COO or for a coko works nro still being projeccted. hy bludliu, shnro in tho mino. Tho employo your diseased fitcmiicli is slowly dying of years tiacs In neat cloth ot 31 per wit' I" seallotn volume, t oo receipt dyspepsia, mul tho prcicher who exhorts mail A WILDCAT'S JUMP. won, and his sharo is now worth 11,000,000. p .stpjld by uuill you to tnko no thought for the morrow has Casee, for tiindliig SUcentKM h,ulpbabeili-a- t sua Index lo A veltiiv joung been playing Thlity-TlirciekluK bouieson the tin of this road will renin IVt at it Ilouml, from a roulette uudloatnllhisman hadhad contained. tnken o lease of hli house for ton years. lytlcal aud llatpir's Magazine, i to 7U lucluilre clawlfie'l, f r tohii.im rali-a- . purso Jtcht, und Capturing a l'liruMint. Thon why shouldn't you expect a man with- from Juno, 18S0 lo June, liW ne toIuiuh, 8ro, arr!o Ageutsut ihl Ciunt.aoy lor rates, routes In desperation ho searched his clothes and out a cent to his name or it wholo shirt to cloth, St. "Thirty feet ut a bouud is uo uncommon Ac., or wilto monjump for a wildcat," says Sheriff .John "W. cuiuo upon a f 1,000 banknote. He was about his back should ho better ublo than any ey Keiiilliancs should be made by i.l I 0. i. Arjiom:, w. v. t. a older or drslt, to aroid etiauco to place It on the hoard, but seeing the body olso to tell you how poverty is to bo loulivlllt, Ky .Hoffman, ono of Piko County's greatest Newrpsrsar not lo cop tnls adserllwrninl A Hrnlheis avaricious eye of the dealer fixed upon him, abolished iJlotj)t Trantcnpt. "woodsmen and hunters, to a Milford (Pa.) trllboui the expresa order 01 Harper . Addrcta HAlli'KHA JU'.OI IIKK-- New Vnrk correspondent of tho New York .Sum. "I he defiantly burned tho note and tied tho havo measured a wildcat's jump that presenco of his gambler friends. CULLED FROM THE PRESS Newport N'mvn .V: Vally Co. Sosin months ago a young woman, who Hbowed u clear space of thirty-thrcfeet SEMI-WEEKL- Y between otart and finish, anil It was a went by tho name of " Joe," was noticed Eioiit iic.NDiiri) dollars was recently paid Tho standing jump at that; or,, rather, it wns a iiniong tho gaming dens of un Eastern city. for 11 singlo auk's egg by u prominent Ensitting jump, for tho nuhnul was crouching Sho played faro constantly, and seemed to glish ornithologist nt it salo in Loudon. & OHIO ! in tho snow when it made tho leap I was have a peculiar svstcm which sho followed Tub inventor of tho hunting in tho woods near Little Log Tav- closely. Hogi'ining with ten dollars, sho died recently in tho ?" - 21 M -INtlliiiiui CiirH and xolld 1 raiiiH r tvyjmp. " ern Pond, and emtio on tho track of this kept on winning until sho won eight thou- San rYnncisco Ili3 iiiconio was wildcat, hlch I followed n long distanco In sand dollars and then disappeared. ono tlmo H2),000 n year. at ICY. tho snow. Sudddenly tho track ended in a Thousands of dollars worth of A Ciiicvoonimnber of tho gaming fra.AccoiiniNo to authentic reports thoro nro spot where the animal had crouched. I ternity relates a yarn concerning a niembor over twenty-twchit kens die every year from Cholthotis.iud famlllcH turned To WuliiiiKfon, Kiohinond and looked uround to seo what had become of of tho profession who lived and died years out of their rooms and houses in Ifuw York era. It is more fatal to chit kens than Old Point Comfort WALTON. tlio trail, und two rods ahead of mo saw a ago. On ono occasion no rofused to leavo a City ench vcar. This number far exceeds all other diseases combined. 15ut the bunch of pheasant's feathers where tho gamo to establish it claim to heirship in a thnt of tho evictions in tho whole of Ireland. discovery of a remedy that frUivtly snow had been scattoied ubout, and from matter of forty thousuud dollars. When Oxr. of of whito cures it has been made, and to he conthat spot tho track led on nguln. I under- the subject was in his coffin a friend placed deer, wastho rarest few wild iinunals, n Know-sho- o killed a days aj?o near Is published otrry Tucday and Friday al the To Louisvillo and. Cincinnati, stood at once that tho wildcat had been a dtco box In his huid, knowing "ho would vinced of its efficacy only requires a low prlcHof mountu!u, Clinton County, l'a. It was hunting for his dinner and had discovered want to challengo tho evil one If ho met Countctlons direct for all points In 1I10 nearly puro white, and ono of tho largest trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for h pheiiBsnt wandering in tho snow. Tho him." does overkilled in tho rogion. Hut tlirco TWO 1MH..M31H I'rCIJ ttt.tSt. one hundred chic kens It is guar; cat crept to within two rods of the A Miiouiot a gambler of tho last century whlto deer wero over killed beforo In this anteed Jf, after using two thirds of West.North.WastASouth-Wes- t bird, mid, that being near enough to finally ruined lumsolf by a vory extraordi-suit him, shot himself through tho ulr and nary bat. Ho had been playing with Lord part of tho HUito. a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly A iu:mai:k m.n couplo wore lately seen In 0TO3E5 hibdidon top of tho pheasant boforotho Lorn; their stakes had been very high, and So l satisfied with it as n cure for Chicken IN kkkkct NOV. 13, '87. No. 4 tho streets of Nashville, Tenn., imiking Dally bird, us quick as pheasants nro, could got luck had gono steadily against him. Exas-- Of ALL, CLAHStCl'all hx oun. Cholera, return it to the undersigned purchases among tho stores. Tho man was out of bin way. perated at his lossos.ho jumped up from tho eight foot four luetics m height and and otir money will be refunded. Noutly und Clionply Exooutod. "The tjrock and blood marks of tho pheas- card-tabland, seizing a largo punch-bowI.T6 UiuliTllle 7 00 p .n 6 A0 a tn ant pn tho snow wero so fresh that I said: "For onco I'll havo a bot wlioro I weighed only ono hundred and sixty Knr leliT Mc'tolierls A Hsrs Stanford, Ky. Iio s ,, , t 5,1 a m Arr lxliiHtou.. pounds. His wife's height was four feet tluitxbt I might overtake tho wildcat ' Wlilt"ulptirrlnriiiK...' S luivunuuiiuairiiaiiGO or winn ngi una or lwo ,,., lui got in the swamp, and got a chauco ui'Oii. for llfieen Ihnimnnil " Cliarlottstlile(V M Juncl)!' S 10 p m II lu a m ' whUohor wcltfht wa, txacUy 10 m , . .. ihi nonui" r in. tw rule llllUlilllil i'hoy woio buying " hli huiond 9 00 p in I M to put . U II through tho marauder. m I hur"Odd," roplied tho peer, calmly. Tho bowl presents for eight buys and olovon girls. " Newiutt Now. o , a 6 11 m ried uu j.1 on tho trail, and found thnt I was was dashed against tlio wall, nud, on tho " Old I'olut t'omlirl II 110 a m 7 00 iu A coumr.i) woman nnd u whlto man mot ch r to tho wi'iteat than I had suspected, pieces boing counted, thoro proved to bo uu .'! E,crf"!k It 4i a in 7 in nn Washington 9 ( p m 8 V3 p in for 1 wrtook him beforo ho had devoured odd one. The rash gutnbler paid up his on tho street ut Uc.iufort, R. U., tho other Haltliiiuro v p, n S , LL3 ji y. Not moro tlmn half of tho phcas-u- i llftocn thousand guineas; but, if tradition day, and the path through tho mud would 3 00 a 11 a no it m IV1!''IP'1' v.ii.th wan a magnificent old cock, had bo correct, it tvas only by soiling tho last of only permit of ono passing ut a timo. Vor ii m a , 0 0 a iu Neither would waivo thu right to tho llrst H. BURNSIDE, - Prop, Jihw pa mddown tho caUimount's gullet. Tho his estates that ho was enabled to do so. ..... Ixxlnetou Dlrlsloii Trains run be Cnn place, and they both remained In tho street fltbttr half novor passed dowu I sent n A outiiLKit of Portland, Mo., Maui I.lnoTratiistastol Hun ruu i;.t-rilin Imll through tho wildcat's heart, and gained, tlio reputation of being n recently ull day, sending for chairs und their meals, Woll - Kiiowd enitliue, wh.cn is ono hour ltiton than byt'entr ' man of Tins Old fmur ha nirulo another big bound. That ono was great nerve. Ho was behind tho faro tnblo while their friends gathered about to watch tlum. ito Still rl'-h- i tho "sitting mateli." When tho old ludy ADUiriONAI. TltAINri:-K- o. si Might up in the air, und ho fell back tho other night whon sovoral men from n apt hund.y. leavo (IIIto Mill 4 It H. duller Hipjli Hoputation, 1U; Mt '8,r. de IidmoHtin Ins tracks. From tho great neighboring towii enmo in and stit down to sent for her knitting tlio whito man conHug 7 Ul a tni arrltei.txIiigtoiioSoaui: arrlto at ho did not want to go that way, mid lo i nt tho limp the animal hud made Cincinnati t(i Winchester II 35 a m. the gamo. I'iity ran high until 750 wus on cluded buck. turned Vf. i ' captured his proy, I had exneeted tho table waiting no ia usny except Sunday, leave Clnclnoall tho turn of u Tho BS5 iu: to .. "in a young and healthy cat .4 was, gamblor hud before this mudo up card. mind Its Propriotor in Determined thn 2 On pui; lxliuton 0 it p in' arrlio Ml. omri.un A Yiu.x is going tho rounds ofnhuga his cot .j .jwly, givatly surprised when I ox-- that the outsiders had put iiptorao sort of Indiaiiiiin who some years ago nourished in it OhaU ho Second to no Country 7 Id p lujOllro Illll Clifton roo at 7 ni n 111: D, dally, IcaVH JMO. . . aiy game- lo discovor that it was a Hotol in tho Stato in iti Fare, tho mining camp of tho "Sierras" known Cbarlison 13 30 p m; arilro Ash and fi 40 j 111; a job on him, nnd wero going to Culutnbull 17 nm vc . .1 wildcat, iioor and lank, ami almost to ho whippet ut u rovolvor nnd beat him, us Dutch F1.1t, who at ono timo pitted him-so- lf Appointment, or Attencoolly anNo. 0, dally, leare Aalilai d 7 10 a m: .. Tho annual's to hunger had un nounced that ho was goli to take every ngaitist u burro in 11 kicking mutch. tion to Comfort of Char kston I JJ. m; Cllltoii l'oiKo 7 80 ii arrlvo at For !M should m do- y spurred him to tho immonso two- - thing in sight, and If any body objected lot Ho won for himself tho sobriquet of "Kick- of every li better than ever, andbuying be In the hands 1 Ouoati their Imau Hltpng ( arson all through per in contemplating irnr. r da(eVllL''!r!!:-hJ''-Noirolk,,MoIf not. und tho jump wus an cvl- - him say so. Nobody objected. Tho rovolvor ing Tom," und tho following was composed PLANTS or BULBS. SifrS P.. nursuay auu oatur d what a superannuated wildcat was it card no otio could boat, and tho Port- In niomurlum of the burro: thousand or Illustrations, nnd nearly lw panes telling liaXKaK "I" De 'onreyed to and from tee day ' nt CROP, u for New Yorlt I.uy his wax n hoof buulhor, wlirt to buy, and where to rrt it, nnd nucung lowest ( For Tickelt, Rales Information, etc., annly at aUifckit wouldn't surprise mo land sport, qulotly sweoping everything off prliei forlioiintt coo.u, I'rkeorailllKoiily lOceuts, to CominercUnrftrMern. The llarnlll Fold bnoU Ills lontf it"d gpruitllng ears, U Ticket office or address at iiSBug and active catamount tho tablu Into tho drawer, locked it, nnd lUCludlBK u Cei In, f Mlo good fur 10 ceuU worth of Seed. alnaji gapplied with tnr elioloeil For he has ppno to blind hit Kfuli iw W. !. WKJUIlAAa, , t ln$jn?d feet at u bound with rt . II. W H!M,i:U. JA.11LS VlC'Kt said tho gumo was closetL brandeof Lhnors and Clean. With the music of the spheres. JlecolTtr. Oen'l l'ass'r Agt. Jtochcuteri N. Y. tin ostouso." I o I ' . WORK AND WORKERS. Tnr. erection of tho Orccusburg (Pa.) glata plant 1ms been onmuioncctl. Ox tho Orcenwalt farm, Big Scwlckloy Crcvk. Pa., 300 coko ovens nro being creetod. Tun ntithrnelle production for 1SS7 was 91,605,470 ton, nn Increase of '.',527,3 tons 3Tr tho previous j oar. Tin: ooko ovens at Now Castle, Pa., havo r.luit down indefinitely. It i snkl that tho industry whs not a profitable ono. Au. the Now York and Now Jor.soy mills, sxcoptitigtwo which hnvo beon obliged to sliutdown forwuntof stock, aro Very no f rnct Society of London Is carried languages. Tun missionary work of tho Itoliglous on In ISO o y j I rau-tab- lo ot I Nine-tenth- de-cii- no one-tent- h I fifteen per cent, of tho gross receipts. It is stated that $10,000 wus realized from this sourco last year. Tun cats and dogs of Japan dlffor from tho species found in almost every other country. Tho formor have no tails und tho latter are almost dostituto of noses. A vunr.rv of beo found in Tasmania by n French naturalist produces houoy possessing highly therapeutical properties that promises to becomo of great medicinal valuo. In n recent test of torpedo boats In European waters, tho Fronch typo gained ascendancy over tho English, German and Russian boats for superior qualities. Acconnivo to n Chlneso missionary, it Will bo many yoars beforo railroads will bo common In China, beoauso of tho superstition of tho peoplo, which will permit of no disturbance of graves, und China, it is said, is ono vast graveyard. It is rciwrted that tho moans of acquiring wealth in New Zealand aro abundant. Tho islands promlso to become of great commercial imiwrtanco through tho rapidly increasing industrial enterprises and superior agricultural advantages. Australian farmers aro compelled to organize nnd make constant war upon tho rabbit pests. Many professional hunters hnvo made rich harvests, and cats, weasols, pole-cat- s and certain mechanical inventions havo been brought to boar against the little anhnnls. The Crefeld silk manufacturers of Germany have so perfected the art of mixing cotton with silk thnt the cost has been greatly reduced, und tho trade has recently grown to enormous dimensions. Through their skill in putting on tho face ami fine-spu-n cotton on tho back of tho fnbrio tho prices of velvets and satins havo been greatly reduced, and customers frequently imagino they nro buying ull silk. Mexican colonization schemes aro becoming qulto common. A French company has acquired a grant of hind in Chihuahua, sixty miles long by six miles wide, on which u colony of French and Holgiun emigrants nro to bo settled. A largo body of land In tho samo State, adjolulng New Mexico, has been secured by n syndicate, in which American capitalists aro mostly concerned, and it is to bo colonized. Tim troops of tho I.ower Hhlno have of lato been provided with a food that is to bo known as tho "iron ration." It Is n peculiar kind of bread iu tho shapo of small cubes tho sizo of a chocolate drop, mado of fino wheat bread, strongly spiced, and calculated to keep for a long timo. When taken into tho mouth it quickly softons. and Is Itoth palatable and nutritious. It is chiefly intended for forced marches whon there is no timo for camping und cooking. sea-goin- g all-sil- k FROM DISTANT SOURCES. Ix Mexico tho city tax on bull fights is NEWIOMB nOTEL .MT. VERNOW, KY. This old and Hotel Is stilt main. tMntug Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the trirellug public, Jl. V. XKUVOUIl. 1'ro'r. v 8J.(ini Ml ir..H f "I null, r j wall-kno- IRADFIELD'S BBS' Livery, Training, rebULATOR ISEASES SALS STABLE 1 j urns WILLIS HOUSE, W2. J. WILLIS, Proprietor. !i01-l- T ! f POWDER Absolutely Pure', '' & I 'Ju7-Ct- d. JXni'iier'N Weekly STABLE! -- - be he bl tr Hurler's Periodicals. A NEW FAST MAIL -- NOTICK. HE - m c Arir-riirfN- Ti f tt em-di- r, i n. nt VJI-t- ro Ilarper's llajnziiic L.&N. T- J m lo uu-ri- ng -- I -- -, , TIIUOUOIITKUNKLLNE al i SOUTH & WEST .Nltilt, n, uis, -- I AliTTEE' Cholera Cure 1m ,- -l, 1 balil-lieiidc- lialr-rcstorc- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS al post-pai- d ei post-Un- o . world-famou- s Ilnb-coc- k Interior Journal UPA-Nl-'OU- CHESAPEAKE a- poor-hous- g5 IE3.A.ST o W. P. Fro'r. 4 i "WEST unsus-pectin- WOJLSL S- o l, bo-for- o n.... ... 1 ., MYERS HOTEL, and 11 11 111 11 i-- ri Hotel Haiiitaliu 11 ,fe 11 ''", n. KHI!I)-s.1IAN-