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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1888 sem1888030601 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. Semi-Weekl- y VOL. XVI. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Interior Journal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1888. -- NO. 7. Ducklen's Arnlcn Salve. J . I'. I: h HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. CHURCH -- AFFAIRS. -- LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. DKN'IIST, Tin1 (ildct inhabitant if now Nitixlled Tin- Methodist week of prayer and isitway behind niiiii, it Stanford, Kie.TUCKv. . SUIUS, mill, .itlln.iliil, .visci."..!., i.l the -- N. ...,,, ,..,...,., hoy inn tiood iirniihut. tin1 only nlact? heard from in wlf denial is Anrl , sale of curtriilLtcH wih defeated. OTic ionth lde Main, twtdnnn aliove Depot St. ' ' . . . I I! ...1.I..I. msnm II - 'll... v 'in ...I .uvuiihum iiiih .nemo- ...I II .,!.. ..Ina.i 1101.1oeen linemen. mm-.. ..I.i .1 ..I I .... II .1 1.11 II..H.. Till' bill to liiTiiei' Imiiim'm of ill i lie hum ui i.vu iimn, ini ui.u- - nous, and positively cured piles or tin pay ro niin ii lied .Minn Hamilton, of this city, (lied ill .iilrcd It is i;u.ir.inli-c- to (five perfeit s.itisfuc- t l'lie member of tin Rmtiid oliun.'li Standard have consolidated. iniU in Louisville win killed doadcrthan or immev refunded I'rice jJ cents per box ' Itev. W. J. (rinlbey'H revival at Mill- - Kiehiniind lat Imtxtliiy. lliintiiiiville, nrc reitiented tout a in.iekerel. .... .... il... Knr sale by A H J'onti), Stanford, Ky. .. .. .. 'I'l. ...... :.. .. i.i .! eollVerslOII!1. lix tin- penalty for present nt the elinrrh wrvlri' NewhiuV bill to mi me Ill U II III V, xVOOil, vy., eiosel Willi MT. VERNON, KY. Tin Southern It.t pttrt eonvuntioii J'Hit ot hunk of tin eitiens of l..uienster of hnpoitaiire. j Is Consumption Incurable? earning eoiieealed weapons nt $I(H) iliii Man-l- ltltli. r. It. K. Noel, will meet at Kiehtnond, Virginia, May II. ' '"iivc the taiill' removed from wilt. Itei.tt the following: Mr C II Morrl-- Xw uni killed bv tlif Semite. Hotel is still milntain-ins- ; ThisolJ an I of -- Mr. A. l.indberry and family have .irk, Ark , a)' 1SSS. .1. 1. lntMiitr is ""a ilown wltli Mr. Sheater li.tr presented it bill to! till reported its fine reputation. Chirges reasonable. Spetin- I.iiiit;!, and frltiuli iiml pliyslcl.m priiiiouiic-I'l- l cial attention to the traveling public. of the people of .Martin Diir.in wiw Iiiiiil'lmI at Pi- - leinnved into tin' new residence ju- -t iynoon exhibiting fnvimtble hvniptoiiis. Mil take the takmu mi- n Incur.ililc cimiiinpthi.M.l' NKWCOMII, Prop., tin- ipustlon of prohibiting tlio sMle of Mary Adams, who Iiim been cotl, Arizona, for the innrdrr of lii tiiin- completed by Mr. II, T. S'ocl, on Witter ing Dr. Klnn'uNtw Duc.iM-r- for Ciiinuinpllim, Mi Vernon, Ky, i able to be out. - doctoi t reet ill, Tinare tniH. .mi now on my tliir.l Imttlc sunt Me to ocric thr Iltlll.il. There are a legion of men in Lancas- work on my farm It in the litnM mcillclne In the variou- - PreMiytuiiim Charley Henderson li.tr" been put to tryinjj to orj.'iini:e a bieyele elub its a made " Jce Mlililloiv.irt, Dee.itiir, Ohio, younj; men are prepaiin for the ter who in "aruiiij; can show theirskill, work in tlie MlioeiiiiikerV tdtop in t lit mean of employing tlieir idle time. it not for Br Kinif'j New Dlncoiery For e'en though vanipiihed, they can for Cintiimpllon I would li.nu died of I.unij The evening of the With nit. in slid ministry, penitentiary and N now iloin the Ihst LONDON. KENTUCKY, - The New York Iejjiflature eiiait-ito bnve jinc oil' verv plcasnntlv. .1. II. urjjue- still." Trouble. Was (,'imii tip by ilnctor. Am now honest work of bis life "' 'Sample bottlos free sit CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. II. ('. Katitrman is a candidate for In tlie bint of health a law forbidding the "faith cure bill to uive circuit clerks bnlf of; Cook, of Stiinfoid, II. Worker, ('. II. delegate to the St. Louis lonvciition. A. It l'cni!y' ilruj; store "l.tid" Kvain ami .Air. Piilllnni, treatment." the foe in criminal caes thnt they Thorn ijhly Renovated and Kefurnished. A lett "rfnjin Uro. 1'inie.sdatwd Mar. (iarrard and Lincoln will of couis-- back cclvc in civil cases, ptyitble out of the from iMnville, ami Miss Minnie I Hum Electric Bitters. and KeiMinibl; Prices. Day and night Tliis remedy is hccoiriinisojwell known and so in before the Senate. and .Mr. I.'iwn, from Lcxinnton, I, Hiiys that he in piviiehlnat Culm Sta- him Mronjjly for the jilmv. 'die Trains are met by Polite Porieri'of this Popular -- K. I). Illshiip was rejoicing yestenlay pnpul.ir sis to need no special inintlon All who House. tion, Alii., but had .tboiit eonehtded too bill Iiiih been entered to exempt woie Kiicsts. Mr-- . .1. K. Kmlhiim, of l.iliertv, law to Mobile yeati'iday. niorniii over the fact that Kentucky h.iuiied Klictrlc Hitters sln the same honif of utilroailH front diiumeM to stock if they pr.ilie A purer medicine iIovm not exist sunt It is l!ev. W. II. Millnun, theblindehap ha gotten ahead of Wet Virginia in the guaranteed to do sill lh.it is.lil.iimeil. Klectric making a protracted visit heie) eiw lose their tracks with feneert Ij feet.bivn liattield ease. He was quite jitbiluiit. Hitlers will cure sill diseases of thcl.Uer and Kidunion-.- ' Hence 'lain of the National House of IJopiesynlelativo and friends. hii:li and keep them in Kood repair. neys, will remove Pimples, Ilotls, Salt Itheuni and .1. II. Itlainl, a eiti.eu of tliis county, Tin- parent of Senator W . r. Met ry, that umtiithly howl from "Joe" hist native, is very ill, suli'criiiif from hem QEKTS' FURMS11ER, orrhap-MinO'.'d iiniii-disitiM1 a complication of week. .1. M. Cook is with its only ocea- coiiunitted stiieiile tliis, Monday, morn- other affections caused by Impure blood Will THE of llenderon, eelebnited the driie Malarisi from the system and prevent as - The I Ienry enmity .Methodist preach inj;, by shooiini; himself thronli the wrll as cure all Malarial Fevers For cure of 513 4th St., Louisville. erary of their marriuirc. .Mr. Kerry is sionnlly now. Constant employment and Indigestion try Ulcc- are lejtiveiiatiin; er, Allen I'd, wit found utility on each head. No particulars obtainable at this Headache, hi w iff M. Senator Uerry.theirold-- ' and liorelMick The fashions of the il .) in the Gents Kurmsh. trie Hitlers lintlrc satisfaction i;.Hiraiileed or Iiiio very nipidly. Clay Powell and wife of the four count iiKiiint him add he hour. will always be found in my store. I am et win, i ). money refunded. Price joe and i ptr bottle at - Fred MiiMinlieiiner, of Danville, is A was dclmnvd from preitehinj; to hi sev-- , a bill creating a left ns hint eek to take up their the The Senate passed ' agent for the Indianapolis Sieim Laundry, It Penny's drugstore ben Laundry in the world. anxious to it a hnlje of Knights of Heedier Adams is era! eharvi'. J'.ipinlijition, siuiMied of one dene at Somers-.'tPythias in lineaster. ,K the Masonic Trinity Church, the ol.lrat in iiHi'iU-from eacli Appellate ilistiictand Inck nfter a ton'Mayiu Texas, liKikiuc and a (jretit nsirt for ruriosity-seekc- order skeins to have Iveii up tlieir lodye tin Amlilor of State. So per day ami well. RAMSEY'S MEAT SHOP. I The Prebyt-i1niptiljilt lia been said to li. settling so fut ns to here, why can't we jjet up the mill aire is to benllowed the meiiibei; "tipplied the hist He v. render il tliumerou. Sunday by It was probably Kniyhtsof I'.' tin lloai.l to asettille nnntiiillv at the ,T"'" n very proiuWin: built upon the niii.1. Mr. Htifjli Smith, who ha been so iimllav ill; bought I. M LasleyVhCalrs and blinks ON TUESDAY, MARCH I3TH, 1888, i ,,, nnl .m Feb. 10. rentiilthe cillar be occupitil. I mil move He lias yoiiiii; minister of ).inille. - .loe .lorn-- , a bmtlier f lonnH sitlleivr. died on Friday Iat. Obe there for the with mv meat Itemimber At lift Hernstadt, Ky., the following described the pUcc, under V.uiArsd.ilc store room property will be itfere'd for sale to the highest bidD. Harris died suddenly of heart disease ''W'.'V hw.nil.lr imp.essi,,,, is holdiii) foith at Millerahtir V K IIAMSEY Pension Bill. tt Vest on the Pauper A to-- cars' leave on the Mine known der, ' iwn. of ).,. and eretitiiiff iptite u fiinuv in religion at Id residence in the lluekeye precinct, as the tjueen City Coal Mine, together with all l""l;l. I'M- of Missouri, spoke on vuator necessary tKtures fur operating said Mine, con w h ino.iNv,sKi a i sin , sniTIt appear that he i a little on Satimiay. He wits tin- father of .Mrs. r NKio VU,K ""'' ville, w . iinwrh lien next Mtiulav at elnle. sistini; "f Tip Home Scales, Itos, Screens, Hank In Pauper Pension Hill H. .infii sMimliiv ' e IuhiI at m.ire Cars, Side I racks, Switches, Tumps, Pipes, Ac; ' W. T. West, of Lancaster. Harrison lluv hi liinitap' than Samivel ni STANFORD rid'., tiled tin- i lea of ii... also iR Cottage Houses on the Premises of the in- I'rotlier Klsmi. preaehiHl hi mini J died at hi residence in t7.7- county on said Mii.e; alv one Steam Saw Mill and Set of .., llll.sl m HI, veterans nf Monland tlm.e.ntn other Tools; also .iiiily. During, the ex- - venwiy senium at the Maptist church the Ith tnt. ua an old rcsi- - PLMIKG LULL QQEPKNY HUcksimth Toolsand various the various articlesa hesi,l, HhIiii ..f tl of (iood., tunMsttniol Th.'M.utli tl usually kept in a general store. the atte... SuihIhv. During the year he ha been lent ot the colllltV. '.biijily .l..x.;n,l..-wint.I mi.1 eiipphsl Manufacliirtri of ,w,,rt..Ml tilth nm Thealmve named Mine and Mill are now in operIIIKII B .. mit .....I .I.,.mI '""" and pastor (he church lui lrten jrreatly in ki d I'uidition, and have been apIlltit K III. 1 w,.t ii. t Flooring, Woathorbonrdlng, wlm nail CoIHnt?. ation at irevalue of over 54,oco Nearly all tne praised a ImI licheve. Dnmon and Pythias. Forty have been ndiliil to the conviction, and they liOiind never Flnlshtntir Lumbor. Mouldlnfjrs, SqbIj, tistures, except the hmives, are movable, and do for tin ir lenient lvs.ee the The iiiiiiiiip'iui-n- t who hiii chiirj.'!' of Etc. Siiah. Doors nnd Blinds always not reverthetngood wiltat bethe termination onof sixty membership and fl.IMtt for the various Nor wen any of 'I asked no lease snld in a tump FARM AND TRADE ITEMS. tn stock. of IMhius eiitertuiiiiueiit ; the days tune he lease and appurtenances, purposes have been collected itlni-- j for linil or in tin in Steam Mill, Houses, Ac, will be sold together Coiirier-.lournA J. K. Lynn sold to l. N. Prewitt W eo ireMiinleiit leln' to cull K'einl intention to this fu t rtton mm on a credit of 4, gaud i months time, cual All the talk of brave huiisc u.stallments Approved security will be re.uiredof one of verv rreat ntHqgeet that llro. ',1 rues lie invited to inoiin play iw hein purchaser, anil also a lien retained on the property dies M,ireri,, for tin. mM,rte ( for the tiajinent ofthc purchase money. preneh a month in the Tabernacle at merit, the moral heiny decidedly eler.it-inbf, ..but th, by,Ms'riin, iii.t of hat 1 he abov e describeu property has been as jgned !luimn.inM,,tSU0 PURCHASING AGENT, Mr. bitirie lias met with jrrcat Louisville. The fiien.Is of the jkm1 for the benefit of the creditors of America HowKtal.all oruiinlattoii. the (..A. It., which ard and must sill A rare chince for bargain, re.1 thoro..Shbrel ha- - ireented the play Hotol Emory, - - S vuu.-ll- .ree wheii'ver he l'" iiiiizelit in tlii;" jMirt of the Mate tinitu Cincinnati,,0. will beolTcred. except when it hand A I SKl'I'LK, Assignee. -. ' He lias heen in the hojie that it will he .lone, lie i.s in tm several Stat.--- . public t,xs.,n. '"'arcntthc.hn.a.ofthe Would thankfully soluit our iiatronauc in -- ! at work for the ji.ist three weeks A. hllo limiirlit uf . (.. over a much finer orator tlitin .Moo.ly, is even for people outside of die citi, in liny line Tie- seiiHt..r nlo punctured the sham 'iiul flint in ir liiM iii st if hot.. mule for 51 U mon onnicxt in lii- .liMire to Mive mmiN itikt.............. ...,.,.w..t ...... i. d fti.iilt. Iniii ol kii.iiIs.mc IJrv l.oojs, .Milliner), Notions of vhbiIhiiuI who slioul 1...1 n.,U Ivhler.Ltj. .Mont'.'omery boiiuht of ami the law biuMim would he jinckeil that tilt; performance Will he an artistic WeiMinu Outfiti. and Mournlni' Goods di ni a tmisket, but wlios' skin bear no ' i4'" "chaperon" I. adiej visiting Cincinnati ..I 1... Mr. L)Hipplnir(.rnislu.n-cinil. (i. (iiivera mare mule forjU'i. hy those nuxioiw to hear Mltte.ss. Tin. tost llllie.s, , at each llct nfereiues triti-m.i ,ii pensioner under the lniidof"dia. "JtlVl-r- c liOsVi'Ir:." Telephones; W. S. Feryiisou bought of A. S. his hwret Ullirie, lire beautiful lltld llistoricallvcor- lubtt " The keennesH of his hi tire on a nitiibiiied Uiy m.iiv forcl-W- . The entertainment will he eon-- ; reel. A I'nioii Siitidny S'ehool wan orrun-hi a Ifcley ' tins single Miint can THESHOSTtSTAND QUICKEST ROUTE eluded with a beautiful tableau. The The stable and store of W. Doty, at iwl at I'leiiHimt I'oint Sunday. It is I from the following brief excerpt iiu .Mire From Winboro. S. C, latrned Friday ilit. Maptist cliurch and an efloit was made music will lie hy I'rof. Hubert Kline and his speech: CENTRAL KENTUCKY Mr. lot v i a native of (iarrard. mu- hy Mime to have all the olllcers lUpUs-l- . Mvill In' a treat to all loveis ol enrolled it Of tin- L',.Hri,OiMiiieti . in .itc jrmers ecure your ticket early law .sold the ),itt Ilenrv ltice. a Methoili.st. win elect sic. .le.amler, of To all Points order to Hank of Stanford,t dated, tlic x). iMi. N'asicnal April for 07 is during the four year of war, then- i. . . .. mi.. t..: shares and pavahle to Mrs .sarah I'. L't ha .ii .vr:,, "'". " 1e.lHiiperinteiulciit over a li.iptut nrollier X't a pit id seat. for pen'"'J. ",'",l"". been tost or mislaid, anil I hereby warn any per- MQMU, win- application from l,'.'lKM)i MS.455. "f HohkIUoii. tor ?.',- - and on a motion to reconsider he jrut son or persons ac.utut trading for or otherwise Mi.iisiiiiurfiiiinl of disability. Such mil- The H111t.tr problem, as to the best for the same The tinder will confer a' liou-.lames favor by leaving it with lr Owsley, cashier of the itarv ex.- iitnni lias never Keen Know e means of less.'iiiu the evils of The miimmoth tob.iccst warehouse1 nearly every vote in the above named Hank. V II AKMKNIlT, the hiit.r of the whole woild. The nnw riint! tip on Main street, between T. Itniwit was then elected assistant FAST LINE BETWEEN mi by legislative enactineiit, is Owcnsboro, Ky. had Math and lentil, will lie the larp'Mt Mipcrintendeiit, and Miss Martini Alford, thought to be nearest .solution in the hml thought that they '..nfeilenit. LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. M. A. Middlctnnainl W. I. Dye. tench-enu.im.I. iitul oriliiance itnw. and plan of hhih lieeiisv in the lapr towns i'" r 111.1ls.nx r .Iiu allowance for theellcet brick structure in btiiisvillc. S. O. DAVIS About 0 pupils were enrolled. and cities ami nrohihition in the rnial Mt, intreful of the l?vS7 iro. SCHF.IU'I.K t.V KI'IT.C Xt)V. t3. i8f;. i.f hn.siie in nrodiiHiiK liisibility. it i districts. Nearlv all of the States are PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, tne imricv to . .. . ... ,,M .. ... ..1.11., MT. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ( oiifedenite ""l- would .il.nr that one f adopting this plmi, and unless the exo, 2. No. 4 No. rt. at'l'. VJ"3Rro2C,ICV. had .list- - o,K)nvntiist it,M77,(KK) pound- - in 1SNI. Mr J"l!" J,,'lvui, formerly a citi- - peiimeiit shall proven failure, the sub. .In'. Kx Sun. Daily. Kv. Sun. ,, Tlierelutd f his advttiarie.s. :n :.. r... :...i..! Ollire next ...1 1,.... zen of this county, lost Ills miw mill by :11. i c ilni t....i... ,.i win, in ii uiiiiie, in- eiiiuviv dnr ti Whiteheads Urns Store. I.ve Covinfton ... g 30 m 8 P de.sirtictloii in Nlll,s lire at l.lly, Lmrel county, last week elimiuated from State and National )(, nt n nosn-38 p oli Swculatteiiiian given to diseases of children. 10 o lt. I.ve Falmouth. 3 8 p in In j p I.ve Cynlhuna ... 11 os a u- 4 3 ,e. i. lie will rebuild at once. P ni na's sun . he children of Israel marched ,. , .. ., .,....... 1)f tn?, anil rclepitetl toltKiileonteatioiiiiut-sid- e 11 40 a 10 jo p Arr IVris 5 iopin Otter.t Co., bought in tlie property pm II jojj tliMiijrli the w ildernesti, destix.yinx whole, . o 10 p in Arr Lexington of the linyer cities and towns. and th.'v will stand him I.ve I'anv it 50 .. in 10 55 p that was sold at coiiiiiiissidiier'.s sale hist l'liiukfort Capital. 5 ztTp ns n.ite.i.s in a suigi uuy. i ne umihsiiiiiii- t,,s wnlHlllt J.s p null jj p Arr Winihter... EXPARTE NOTICE. 0 i5 p in Arabi- A. Arr Uichmond ... 2 IX) rsh.pof tlie I'ersion l'rinceinthe 7 so m air(M,iMv Dcmocnit snyss week, for $i,'27't, amount of the debt. t1k. p ni Arr Lancaster Col. Inu'eiMill sweats his lins shull ' mi Ntlits, whose arrows crossed iiliuii,,,m. i,0 livi len in Mercer T. Xnnnelley b.mcht 120 dozen ooop Arr Stanford Lincoln Circuit Court r..i .!... ., ... .v. ........ i..l.... ...... in. I.ve Richmond ... I 05 p in Murium VAMiEKrlKJI., I On l'eti r,)r ApHl delivery. t.iiiHiindrieis and despised space in' , V, A. here one tlay last week. .'.... itiou. Arr Herea f 'Our Father who art in Heaven.'" j jo p tn for two Kviuis, nUiht opei-.itMAKY c. vvni.krpooi., their tlicht. had been imthinn to tliat of s)ml.l0 M,,l Arr l.exuuioii... 5 4j P ml years at tliis place, ami afterwards iinusc inn. nowever wiien uie sullen must j d,,,.!,,,,,,)! t ."). the Coiifedentte soldier. Hi" bullet ,,H- petitioners having this day filed their reti, .1 f .i...d:.. i .. ,f 11ream .11 No. a. No. 1. No. vvi.11. ir. iiu- ivivi-in Clerks said Court, tbii hit two or more at the same time, and lir,r ,,ai,i c.nuty Cleik at Altamont and Liiiu;ton, has accept- nrouml .11the (ireat Inlidel's feet, ion illlIK tion In the C. offite ofbe empowered n.Linnse.ens,iid Mary to will joy.sell orconvey for her n benefit, he Fifty .M,,,,,,. .m Mondiiy S'J'i for license for ed a imsitioii on an Ohio loud near tick where it wa-- not ainie.L any properly mi sti I.ivinsstuii.., 5 m a in cull on the Lout he now scorns as fast as she mayo nor acquire, free from the debts or I.ve Herea I.ve 10 .; a in p. r cent, of all the host of the I'nioii - Mll(i.pj j,s allioiis. Longfellow jSTrtHi, Kaneisville his old home. claims of her husband; to make contracts, sue and Arr Richmond II 45 a in Miss Florence Lackey, of Madison, he acknowledged the Confederacy when be sued as a single woman, trade in her own name I.ve Stanford fur pensiniw on n- t- j,telgtoU jj.mi, .hj, .lhnson jl.Vi, tier- nuts wen- applicants n tn Foiest's men pulled him from under the and dispose of her property by will or deed. ... 2.0 a and Miss Lillie McClary, of Lincoln, are It is novvordercd that notice of said action be I.ve I.nc.i-.ltof disability." Midway Clipper. iiuiitown .. a co ICxchanjxe. floor. pub; shed in the Interior Journal, a newspaper Arr Richmond. Tlicie was a hunt tolninianeniiiininee. - The Caatte sayn oer I ,wn) tlior- - visitinjrX. M. ShiimateV family. Mrs. published in Stanford, Kentucky, for ten days. I.ve Richmond.. 6 45 a in jo p m Given under my hand as Clerk of the aforesaid Arr Wiiu hestcr a Polly Martin, of Lily, is visiting her '! P ' 7 15 a lIili.idote.t lorpfiiMon niiiH, iMiiii-tiThe story about the trained jioat in a Court this t'ibruary i, S3I. ouelilrls niv biNik.l for sale in Lev- iimtlierat this place. Arr Parts in 3 2$ p m .0 JT. S. Miller, of lia'a'e car, had been a hj.( in hwiMmit ion, because he J. I'. HA II. KV, Clerk.' dtirini; the coming three month". I.ve I.cxiunton . 3 ui p in 7 i$ with a theatrical' 300 p in , I.ve Paris GHriiinl, came down Saturday to see hi" company pullinu a 3 40 p ijo a in 3 5" p in ( oiifcdcrate Mud liwtiniw he wan hontiit-jlolw M,its jt sl.xni,,.UHi ,int andstart-- ' tlie S J9 I.ve Cxnthiana 06 p tn 4 30 p m 4 I.ve m p in 51 p II) 10 oj aiiKioii" for the honor and ylory of thti, UJH HjjivKatw $I,IXK),(00 in thnt brother, M. C, who i" heiv from Texas. ing a train out of the Nashville depot be6 m p in 11 J5 a in 8 50 P in' Arr Covingtim K.v. Hiiene.se,'Siiodni.s leaves fore the conductor could j,et on board, is heemise city. i.i.uitry lie hnd votwl for them Wwliiesday, via San Francisco, for Kkita, a better advertisement for -- Cupl. Sam ltmwn denliXi l it. On the he w.uit.'d to evitlen.v to the w.nhl that llraach. No. 9 loaves Paris at the yoat show 8 75, a in and N'o. 11, at ; so, p in, rrhinj t tin nun with whom he had acted in t he now Mies lie did nut my that theiv was .latwn. s a misioiiiuy from the Chris- than it is for tlie Maysville at 104), a m, and 7411, p m. No. 10 " ' tlrtii eimivii. nm. -. i" n native oi ll leaves May.villo nt 5 55, a m, arnv nig at Pans at tins iiiuutiiii ii' trife ivHji.itiMl tlie fair ami erookednet" in the Dertiy run oil th It 15, a in No ulea'ves Maysville at 1150 nnd Col-Senator Kenj:!iii. of Texas, may he call- LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE arrive, at Paris t 10. p nr Tbe-- e trains arc gallant s..l.ii.iiof the t'nion mid weiv Unisville Jockey Club rtninds hi 18RJ cininty and jrra.hmted at the Itihle daily asutut Sunday He has them even nion-- t linn they 'mid ninny other turfmen eectfly that if'leji'f Kentucky I'nivewity. He lias ed the champion liiik't. RAILROAD. No. i; leave Lexington 8 p m. jrrno Paris U'en for some time preitehlnn to a con- - drawn salary from the public pme "Itut," he repeated with he did lie told a lie. 8 4J, p m. Xo. 3 It i.e. C ivinion 4 .o, p ni, dniuiiilcd The Great I'almouth o 30, p m. Mo. flcivcs I .il mouth , in a limit, audi, ,v Itiihlc, who shipped 150 xropitinn at Anhhind. I'eters steadily for .'0 year-.hasim; licjiin hi" xt'.iiU'cniphiwiK. "titer' 6 wi, a ii, arrive. C .viint..n 8 mi, a m. Henry and lluli Miller, two voting Hint-rniwillbediivenniifur-liniilestoMiieotieorjria, Meveral wet'ks' Snrwyur of Public Lm.N in THRnilPrr-- f TRFINk' F IMF IlAII.V KXCLPI'SUND.W r..ich.'d it. i,.i VSW 1 iiVWIVli siN'O I'l'.. I'r.uns 3 and are daily tie rh claim ui'tits and plunderer in ajpi, reH.rt iibout KRJ Mild ut ftx.ui $7;, men. have jtmt nnnpleted witlt a scroll the Hepubllc r'l'.....w in 1C!U I... Lexington and Ciiciuu in, nhcr other ' ' sc and jack kiiiveH the tlnit thine we trains are d.nl) exu-p- Sund.i;'. the nail, oi'bohlicr. For the honest au1 to?t". J. IL Xt.H' Mold thkt week to" A -.. ra.idj old Philadelphia pissip Direct connactinn have seen in the way .. a clock. It is Culpa Frank .lamer. 20 head of sheep at $1.50 l.'i.iv and real .soldier" of the TXTTnOirTl Chesapeake & Ohi.i isfur Mt atm-Winchester w th rliii,--, Asblstul, JL Iluntinelan, Charlesian, W. Vu. .mil U JL XX Oo W made in the form of Ja .athedml and is was. eoniitiiu: on her liiifreis tlie other l.asternnties nay aimmnt of ikmi- - jhtIwu.I. HarroiUhuis Saying. .1,1, wIlliniMo vote N"i I.I.VH PAST and run xii Vlnlh. II. Kin hmiglit of J. llnrt.m the, eomi'd of ari.nw coloivd hinil woods. nay Mime 01 ine insiiionaiiie people ter. Solid trains v.'ih Pullman Sleeping Cars, be. .foils Ian lorthe iwiihIoii iitfontis, camp-With Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and ... - whose marriages were the result of ... i...- - . Hint .Mflinhrtiiu Mlifj, Jur !, InPow-isand W'asbinsjluii. niatcius, and in not a Vinsle inThrough ticket and basntajj-- ; ihe. Vo.l tn any IXW. uie naiusoi.i Also 01 (i rove Keiinetlv a thoi- - leuuiiii ine niovcmeiiis. profoiinde.st have the eoolii" ilesliiwition rvrachi-by a railroaJ. -- U stance hud thev turned out well. vll m ,t.it 11 " ......IsK.-- l !..,. i1ilt mn.u t Tor full particulars addras ans dent (iTiIk- (.'. MHKinni'st ?" riu' n ninir in sri t" I). A. KKKI.KV. MORSI-S. y Mold to Otis New land a brood mare for A disease li.i" brnken out anions the 'lravclii'ic Ihiss'ii'r ift., (itn'l r e., Louisville The Most Agreeable Tin Stanford I.vrintiiat.loi u m. ii out 91)0; to n Kiddle undlinr- - sheep In the vicinit) of, Paris, which is Lexi'ijim, Kj. drove Kennedy Cwinftou, Ky, A woll as thu must etlbctivu inothod attractive head l.na li.y.si fni-. St'l.". To Nashville, II. K II IN ITNOTON, (ieneral MtaKar. in .1 new dres" and ait v .IW.'n ....... inure fatal than scab. ofdiipolling Huadnolios, Colds, nnd Fovow, ,. .iuis.. ,sih .Us.. and other adornments thnt make, it one, ol. Memphis, GonoratOfllooai, Covington, Kentucky. , and as well a, the f ,he "..venttonH for or Clonnsitig tlio Svstoia, is by takim; mAttaAy euthvly Janta ' mM wlll0ll-wifew do.esoftlinpletiiiint California liquid new ..paper wsi.-s- t teutncK. '"" j(l(,nt w The weather wiw 'likol wili'liiwt.'in tiuabecn grnntetl Irttlioono Montgomery, fruit remedy, Syrup of Figs. Wall. ni Iiiih iiiiule as happy a .selection j.eje (jr, tr'j, diwcriptioii of tlie bhow in(W n l.stliu't.i nreulus for making iimpl Little Rock, Forisrile by A. I!. iVnnv, Stanford. namo on a paci-a--c of COFFEE is a Mobile and New Orleiuja, l,iH llH'ri"HllK, ,m. r ' ' ho hail no liimiiifM here HtuUl by 0R1It,UKur nlmpor wrrhuiii A rtccoctioii gufevaotoo of esee:..uo Syrup of Flrjs Aesxi'iij.".'r Only on chsuigc l khU In their JlriilfH in prefer uce to tminpiiiKi of the woixl of vuo inuplc It Iron in timus .. 1.. ,i.iv j,, ., I'h lMi:uioitJ.uit.NU. in out nt iwBt uised f. r Uih saino ruiimje. Tholudi- Is Nature's own truo lantlvo. It is tlio iu,l and slush, nnn jfisaew. tharofore, claluns n his Itivon- rnixt oimily taken, and tlio most cllrctlvo ,lr ,. in... !m iireltfer thuli tiHinds- H..rn- IU11111. l & extract only remedy known to Oleanso tbo System t0utho mm of tlw ICiory to l.ccinl. COFFKE ' ktpt ia all 3 well. ,('., w.i-- In if ,mi cl.iy ami ttiiil. vhbn it jiiuy ho ciuy!-yiiuiiwrt tin when JMllous or (Jostivo; to dispel ujrotrvMn .w Atlsntio to tlio Pacific. ' de- -' "" th.it ltiriiir his stay there he sold 100 no.i.!o lluvor. itlua koii mwoyorcu i K.vog t() nilv ordlniiry Ilicie ii.ie li.'.'ii more chickciiH tlwt fcaHj Colds, nnd Fevers; to Cure Habit3MIORANTS Mi,.v..H.vehol.i.i siiuc the war than head ..f horses and nhiles at pries run- Hlnip ,. , Mm uf vu l)wllloInB if tlus'r nl. i'l ren ive , .., u0t ilo c, u.., .aifcotl from ual Constipation, Indigostion, Piles, etc. SaeVin hum? 'i ilir for the bum. r and 6i,.u, v ' ' "l 'I'lrittft the war, nine fr.eu "" U1? i Sjjc. i.il r.tit.. Ciere Manufactured only by tlio California Pig flavored .TV ii'.o i The.' .111111.I, :v :,:-.- ' .us ' r .l 11 . C Ssr.ti. .,;, fni tli- l.itii-r- . ,,. ur.- will 1. t. bill i Is never" 1 iv. ol . irsc I. ii ni I ilo'in nnd .1 Syrup Company, San Francisco, Cul. 'v. t tho nlr. 'i wr.i iinW Bini!) while in hiiiim: ., I tr.d Wi.nuii'.d I ' 1. P .VI MOIll 1. A'wty- .n : .ctirally .ne HJ.l 1.1 tasto bo mioii i'.p tha. Biemi it iiilii,.r For sale hy A. It. Penny, Stun' I t and 'mt 'it'h- is d.iiim in the jd. 1...1.L .0. HUitUUiV.. v M. Ki.bert 's ' Itlgiiey'is bill to prevent the Our villnj-- c 'I tic Wiit sulvc III In-il- l '' - I ' li-- ... the world lur cuts, bruises, SITKOKON' ..,.'.' ... TI V 1T1CM V2T, - ...... , I 1 tb-- 1 I I - I NEWCOMB well-kno- HOTEL. i ' llu-itu-- ns pa-to- ., -- Alm-us- s - I j - - lli-nt-i -, ; Sj-i- f Collej:-ertJW- l) -- r ln-c- JACKSON HOUSE. n' - d, First-clas- j s 107-t- f. j WOOD WALLACE, - ; 1 .s:!-- , c.vi-reis- c j in-l- ine I . ' r New-York- , r. -- l I to PUB3CXC SiSXE v I V.-t- , l1" ,. ,. preM-n- t 5 to-v- w- - nliiis-liotiw- it - hit.-w.ir- . to-da- iH-- ,.,,,.,.,, ....... '"y. - cliii-tH- in - K Kiii-jht-- i 1 indue-1111- . '.!... -- - al in- -. I y. MISS HARRISON, ic-eeH ist,.-tratr.'s- t con-.stant- ly v.-r- , kt ....,,,. KanMmKI-urnitiireniulCarnett .1 Kentucky Central R. R. J . ; yo-m- 'l. diM-erne- 1 11 fr-'i- ( LOST V. 1 - sol-d- i. - I - ll' ;'"'l-- .... ' ........ e. 1.1 111 m$ V - - 11 111 intern-peninc- 1 -. - - , 1 net-n- Mi-e- n 111 - -' j -' South-Houn- 1 - ixj,,,,,, - . . .1 111 1; 877-t- f. 111 111 ,.., n ip l ! r.11 1 11 w-ivi- v iiii-h- j ' or ,Utir-o.id.- if ajv-u- - 1 - - 1 North-Hoit- l. 5- Vandt-rpoo- l - - $. r 111 hoir-pe- n 11 111 m 1 111 i 1 111 1 j is ,. H 111 hell-rop- e 111 111 . . 4 .1 1 1 - -- 'ie ....' u. 1 J ' ! ILo , I & N0 I Maysv-jll- 1 otllct-hol.l- er. 11 1 - . j I """i 4 r, well-know- n 1 iJ j.- - t iiiO - 1 4 (i. , Ijoiinty-juiiipei- fl uini-uu-.u-pim- s ,..-.,..- iiut-awa- y U'ln-chast- 1 eon-tuiipt- ." - 11 . l'.i-- .' j pi.-tties- t 1t vu-...i-... - 11 111 umhc'X 11 ! ARBUCKLES' ''" - t' vv ' . .1 11 u.-- ' isi, ! ,,,,,' i . - .11.- ARKANSAS Ts TEXAS.' ARI98A . flrst-c!a3- Ilea.l-ache- s, r!-r- w,t is w.-t- 1 1 ' 11 ,,( . C - .... . Ti.-.- COFFEE !v, . Uj-s, l 111 i . . A- - ,s- . -- - 11 I - - . im-l- 1 1 - - - , . " . " N 2&vx.mmez?zx tc M Mfl MM J J " ''" ffk ) ought to shun the Cincinnati Enquirer Mor ban foundered off tho Island of Cay-a- s long an ii employ the infamous Hath cnno. Sixty passengers were ilrownetl. K. A. MeLcnd, postmaster at Palmy- to traduce its citizens. His latest attack ,, r ,q,q StanfoiU), Ky., is on Hilly Breckinridge ami the whole m, Mo., who was short hi bis accounts Breckinridge family, because that g.n- - $700, hanged himself to a chandelier in tlcnmn has embraced several occasions the circuit court room. V. 1 Miss Alice Kickctt, an attractive to present the tnriir for revenue senti- . . " "" iiient which now pervades the democrat- - young lady, lumped herself near Brady's , Auiri.KTi:hstoftho acts passed by' (lath is the bitterest of protcc- - Station, Indiana, because the man to ic party, tlnn rennhlicans and since Joe lllaekbnrn whom she was to be married bioke the the legislature in the W) days composing engagement. the constitutional session is published in m i()))Ul t,R (.lwts r 1)1(,,'d chnng- - pulled his dirty nose has bad nothing - Oscar Bockwith was assisted intothc They number .KM) the Courier-Journa- l. ,n ,1(, rltt.s f duty that it is impossi-- j but calumny for Kcntuekinns generally. be! l'y ahing bis views and grievances inau great beyond by the sheri II", at Hudson, and inv all of a local nature, save six, . hut ought to (() (.(( t.xilt-tlwhich are general in their character. As ,i,llt.." Kcgardin'g the lt of the nu- - alleged democratic paper lie is able to do N. Y., last week, for the murder of his the cost of the body is about $1,000 n day .j,,,, (.,,,m.,,tion, he expresses the gen-- 1 much more harm than be would if bis partner in business in 1SS1 Ilohadbeon law cot it will beseen that each ;enei-!il M Were presented in a republican sheet, sentenced six times and bis case had onl ( ini()I1 M!u.n (. av. ..j 10,000 and that tlie average ottiioii.snstlu? ,vnomjnatj f)f Mr. Cleveland as and for this reason the paper which pub- - been leviewed by l!0 judges. The Hrotherhood of Locomotive Kit about $200. The present body may not Ul.,noeratio candidate is a foregone lishes bis slush should be tabooed. gineers embraces JWO divisions, with :'0, j t.r.ii.lii-.itit- , its predecessors, be any worse than mul I hae entertained no NEWS CONDENSED. 000 members in the Fntted States, Can- if a bigger lot of inonumental jaekases ,,,,, ....i,.:,,., f.,r than a vear. fact isj ever assembled at Frankfort the serious opposition to public debt was reduced ast ada and Mexico. The organization orig- The There will be no nated in Michigan in lXdl. Arthur law not recorded. There seems to be no bead his nomination, and his rs as month $7,7oO,!MUl. to the big democratic majority, which certain as anv future event can be." A deficit in the Dauphin County. la.. been grand chief since lh4. -- The Shelby County Trust Company must bo held responsible- for the shortTreasury of has been discovered. Foil the brave soldiers who answered comings of the body. The handful of For'tlie first time in the history of has organized at Shelby villo, wi th acap- republicans, under the direction of Brad- - their country's call in the hour of need Kansas Citv not a saloon was open Sun - K;1 st',k of $."0,000, and is authorized to .... ..:..:. ....... ..... i:., Jev and his ilk, are permitted to shape and with heroic patriotism fought to man- T legislation and often to carry their point save it without hope of reward or expeo-ag.iinI lowingtonlackoffundstheLexing - .lnistee, assignee, collect rents and M. -- V K estates of married women. the unweildy and idiotic mass of. tation of pension, we have the highest ton M;,mid Mtntinii will be. discontinued I At a family ilinnerTbiirstlay Vnleii- alleged democrats, w bo ought to be at j regard, anil believe that such of them as ,n jt , . .11111 U'ltl.llIM . ..11 .1 t'.ltljlfllllll ll'llll.ltr i1 lilt. home planting i)tatoes. The caucus to are deserving of it should be liberally ' I . No. 0 Champion We have the King of Oano Sod Plows, lr " I: , lint for the lazy fellows who . to pull itself out pensioned, rs deviso ways and means , , y. -- 'itf iVHHnmmrii'u i"i hiiiimi; was a flat fnihireandiiu adjourn-- ! did nothing in the army but destroy its to .lan. i, iss7. among his six children and the heirs of j wjth horn cutter and draft rod. Wo have tho Silver Steel that can- the ruts night, when rations and who now want the country nient was had till -- V. C. Hullock, tne oldest and fore- - two others who arc dead. He had in not bo excelled either for bluo-gras- s sod or stubble. We also have among them. the probability is that the result will be to support them in their idleness, we ni.M meinber of the Shelby bar, died in issj divided If the democratic party is to have a very natural contempt, as every Saturday aged 70. as before. Ten shares of Mock in the chemical a combined steel and chilled plow that we will guarantee to give be held responsible for the sins of com-- 1 honest man should. The country owes Dr. David Hell, the oldest practicing Hank, New York, were sold on the stock Satisfaction than any of the all chilled plows. It Will pay mission and omission of its legislature, it to its defenders to protect them from physician in Central Kentucky, died at change at $:!,.XH) a share, Fiidaj. This (Joil forbid, its majority in the want, but it is not the part of a govern- Lexington, aged 7.s. which bank pays an annual dividend of b0 per iyou to see these plows before buying. Wo have a good Stock of State will continue to grow small by de- ment to contribute to the support of M. K. Ingalls has been elected l'resi- - cent, and liLst vear paid out in that item car-loa- d and pension sharks, bounty-jumper- s grees and beautifully less. of dent of the reorganized Chesapeake and alone $:;(X),OOo'losides carrying a surplus plow hamCSS at low pricC3. We have just received a Company. of twice that amount. Ohio Uuilwav Old Hickory Wagons af all sizes and styles, and will have in a short Tin; Lebanon Kntcrprise raises an im' " n eon- James C. Hrittnn called Hugh Kit Hiehard IjuhIktI, a Tin: ()u dishorn Messenirer is now ' portant question, which may cut a large suicided by cut- - ion a liar in the court room at llarrods-Cre- y time a large stock of Buggies, Carriages, Cart3 and Buck Boards figure in the politics of the country and owned by a corporation composed of tractor o! Covington, burg and pulled his little pop on him. embracing some new styles that we want everybody to see. Woodson, who is president; tieo. ting his throat with a razor. pcrhap retirj our ambitious, but short-legge- d block at 41st and Lexiug-- 1 Thereupon . Judge Hughes, after fining An entire and Cicero T. friend, Hilly O'Hradley, who is K. Bridge, Hninsfonl, ton streets, New York, was consumed by him $W for contempt, had a jury suin-whrunning himself to death to catch the Sutton secretary. Mr. C. nioned and he was immediately gien witli Mr. Woodson, owned the pa- - tire, causing a los,, of $7."0I000. or .something. It calls MRS. J. F. WEAKEN, PROPRIETOR. -- The Wisconsin Supreme Coint de- - 10 days in jail with the usual ." line, him to risj and "explain where be per, sold his half interest and retired, upon cided that it is unconstitutional to im-- , The Senate distiict coinniittee by a got that 0' to his name, and relieve the after ten years of honorable service. Mr. ' voU ( , tu :i ,vj,.,tt.,l the bill providing great public mind as to the question of Woodson will continue to be the editor, prison a man for drunkenness. The House passed the bill to pay f,,r prohibition in the DiMrict of Cohun-for- e his nativity! Come, now, Mr. O'Hrad which means that it will be as hereto-- j one of the cleanest and best papers, ciov. Merriwetber $0,071 balance due on ,ia an,l then by a vote of S to favored ley, honor bright, are youa 'bloody Irish local option, with the understanding N man, or nor Inve Known tor a in the State, while Mr. Sutton, an old .services as Minister to Mexico, -- The Marguerita Winery and Distil- - t,.lt jf ,j,ihiti,in ws not adopted by d excellent newspaper man, will do long time that Itilly was born in Kilken-- t ny, Ireland, and that his grandfather the local department. Here's looking lery, near Fresno, Cal., containing ovei .i... IH),u.lr vote, high license would be instituted. owned one of the famous cat, which at the "corporators" ami hoping that 200,000 gallons of wine, was burned' Fdwin Barbour, of Culpepper C. 1L, A conductor, who was discharged fought until nothing but their tails were the gisid will of that S.')0,WK) libel suit Va., sbot and killed Kills Williams Bar- - from ,lt. service of the l.ake Krie road, we did not wisli to ruin the goes with the purchase. left, but ' tlfkllllllU' f 1 S. .senator-elec- t wit If ID jtbout anv cause being assigned, has prospects of the prospective Mos.'s, who Tin: democratic House at Washington uir)mir brought suit against the company for is to lead the Solid South into the bloomThe following list of goods, s'litnhlc for this time of year, ami buy an example iiiiu ,;, t'asev a spoitiug man at "(l (lid iliimm'.-s- . the discharge ing lields of the Republican Canaan, and lias set toe opiiosiiion follow. ltdites not unseat v.,,, ...;,,.. Hi1(, tt.-.).,. in,.. lM.,.,i "knocklm? killed Charles Kim- - s,i.,J!. hence have remained quiet. And we it will never them of me and get the best: a member whose seat is contested, sun- - luUi ()f t,R, h & ,M. i,wlted 1)W.aUH0 let fin,H ivrmrt lv bad would continue to hold our peace, but is a republican, but de-- 1 h,M ply because he ft(iI eii(H h n,(u. for the fact that wo cannot tell a lie. Mr. cides in favor of the contestant which -- Mrs. Inu'trv, the. leix-Lilv, whose Iola.It Uxiwr wn, eonvictcd at O'JJradley is an Irishman, be gabbers, CANNED GOODS. MISCELLANEOUS. can show the clearest title to his seat, be Marmu.tUli Mi(.h f l.iiving ravished a 1)Wllltv (,lUK(l w'll.ll fllrrL."a few vears hut bad cess to the man who would not. 1 he commit- - mc democrat or what t the , ,K, f f)Ir ywlWi Ih. win ,,IlH lllaUll. In llttni illlw. throw it up at him, as Hrer. Craft has be Cal. Evap. Peaches, California Peaches, tee on elections on Saturday unanimous- - vxXkuw penalty. ),irjI1K her engagement at done. " " " Pears, Apricots, ly decided to report in favorof theclaims 1SS7 there were 7II chice-o- , I)llrin; thl. vwir b.st week, her mviktv and cos-o- f mem-- 1 " Mr. Post, the republican sitting The funniest invention ever sent to Apricots, Dried Peaches, started tllUH.H ml(1 ll(.r ,iriuiU. rar limilIlfm.turiIIW K.lxw new enteritises Washington for a patent was received ,x'r ,,mi the 10th Illinois district. .,, ((f it Raspberries, Turkish Prunes, je elrv, and she Uulsville, employing I.iKl hand- - and for (k.,lt the other day. A crank, after much Jl.LtKl.riOO of capital. Cooking Figs, Orated Pineapple, had to close for the week. J i, dob B uit decided, aftersevend days' mental ell'ort, has evolved a tape-worW. L. Benson, the murderer of thci dispatch states that contracts have Sliced Pineapple; decid-- 1 Mince Meat, trap, which is unique in the extreme. deliberation, what lie might have girl named Wat kins, junqied from the ))e). itt f(,r the building of a road which Early June Peas, Apple Butter, The iiiorfiw operandi is to starve the patent ed at once, that he has no jurisdiction in train while being taken to St. Ixntis and wjj ,.)mm.ct with the Cincinnati South-wa- s Lima Beans, Preserves, alllieted with the worm till he can stand the Hatlield habeas corpus cases, and fearfully mangled. 'nil at the Tennessee line and run thence Pie Peaohes, it no longer and then the trap, piopcrly that the prisoners, are not illegally held, Mackerel in Buckets, g Louis-ha- s Valley Bank hereto Cumberland (lap, -- The Cumberland the baited, is set in his mouth. The old tape, if lie had. They are therefore remanded Cod Fish, Corn, been opened for business undcrchar-- j vjj0 at Jellieo. A party of Nashville finding nothing to forage upon down be- to the I'ikeville jail. The in 'ii disclaim ter just one week and already it depos- - engineei, under It. II. Young, have Tomatoes, White Fish, low crawls up and seeing the tempting any p.ut in the business and told .ludge its amount to $4.1,000. -- Barbourville! i,,.,.,, surveying the proved route for 1'ilr.'- Oysters, Hominy, ............ morsel goes for it and gets his head ll.irr lluiv uiinl.l li.ive ri'lii'lill.'il in l'several months and l.aecompietc,ui.c.r being brought to . Salmon, Dried Beans, clamped for his pains. The trap is with- villi' ill preference to -'- ".m- will be hal mte excursions on ttork. Bulk Pickles, Sardines, drawn and along with it is supposed to Louisville bad thev been consulted. Kich- B. II. -- H. T. Oividen sliot the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad to come the worm, and then he is dispatchChipped Beef, Bottle Pickles, i Tin. prohibitionists are the llrst to uiond, Va., on Maich lit and 17and April iMvnce in louisille in a qnariel over ed with an axe. The invention fills a , that the former had lent the latter. Corned Beef, Catsup, dele-- 1 10 and 24, tickets good returning for ten hold a State convention to select long-fe- lt want and it will not be long bethe Cliur-ei- i Deviled Ham. Lawrence was a relativ gates to the national convention, which davs. Prepared Mustard, &c, &c. fore every well regulated family is supami his A verv severe blizzard is lagmg chills and other noted t.t assembles in Indianapolis June litli. plied with one or two. They will assemble in liderkranz Hall, throughout Noithern Minnesota. Tiains fatlior, who was also killed, left him My Stock of which lie had run through Kach county will are blockaded and business in Duluth is $'j.-),00-0 good sisters who met in Temper- Louisville, April Tin: l'.") cast suspended. The snow is the deepest f itli. The shot was tired witli his own ance Union at Lebanon last week, pass- be entitled to one vote for every .pistol, which Gividen wrenched fpan STAPLE GROCERIES SLWKYS FULL HKD COMPLETE for Judge F. T. Fox, which gives Lincoln the season. ed strong resolutions against the use of - Nnncv A iiderpon, the old nig picker, hi hand. tobacco, which they characterized as a l.'i. The railroads will give special rates Huntington of the ill make who is known in Lexington as (JId filthy and pernicious habit, and put the and all the prominent hotels Bos," was run over by a Chesapeak Chesapeake and Ohio, denies that he was reductions to the delegates. stamp of their disapproval upon the cusand Ohio freight and had both of her fio.en out of ollice, and says hisresigna-leg- s tom of using pictures of women to adTiibiik is need of a geneial tiou was voluntaiy. Ui fuithci states cut oil". vertise whisky, tobacco and other like tiou of the democratic committee in this -- An engine Mamling in the Missouii that President Ingalls, his successor, will In 3 Pound Paper Boxes, business. They also resolved to use their county and not a single member of the Pacille A Louis started pVL tho load a Chicago outlet. inliuence against the decollete dress of present body is averse to stepping down on a run and dashed through the mor is cm rent that the Drexel-.Morga- n fashionable society. Success may crown IS and out. In fact nearlv all of them are' lmililiiiL' teariiiL' itself and three other: syndicate lias obtained control of the their efforts in all save the latter. As anxious to do m as soon as their success-- , j,, property, though Mr. 11. says he owns to ,,j,'ces. long as it is the fashion for women to ors can be appointed, which can be done ,r)u, ht).jke ()( tlt. engineers on the jx times mote stock than any other one display their charms, those that have when the convention meets to appoint (, tfiy Prices Always Reasonable And Goods Satisfactory."1 eoiitinues witli both sides!,,,,,,,, any to speak of ari' going to do so. At delegates to the conu'iition, which is to ,.a'jmjj, ti,m,te victory. TJio road is The jury in tlie case of Moiitgomeiy least it has been theii natute to up to send representatives to the national con- -' r,,,,,,!,, passenger trains and the freight wj, killed his sweetheart in Owencoun- this time. I vention at St. Louis. ,y, because she preferred another fellow, tratlic is resumed to a partial extent. Tub question of Bradley's nativity havAt MARK HARDIN, Clerk. -- A dispatch f.om New Mexin, states failed to agree and were discharged I louse! Tin: pharmacv bill as passed the ing been settled by showing that he is and brake- - the time of the coinni.ssion of the deed, druggists in towns of 1,000 that the strike of conductors an Irishman, which ofcour.se makeshim requires that men on the Atlantic and Pac.lic road is it took sharp dodging by the olicals to wu or more inhabitants shall hold diplomas ineligible for the a i ' .i. ...... ..!.. ..it ii.... entirif line, and uet i Montgomery to Louisville lieloie ... ii ..isviiiuaiiy.suspemi- i - moo nimifMiuii". .......i. ... him. After- . . ..f rise to inquire what's the matter with or certilicates oi competency imm iiiu.i""iiw-""""c""i.. ..i ..itv i ... w. I. i. l..w........u business on tlie loan i, . (ieorge Gentry? And while we are up, um' ...nil.. ... ii........... .. .. tiimviin,. warns, wane in tan inere, no attempted i a him uieiii will still hi nothiiii! to i.t-- 1 ed. , we beg to suggest a ticket for the repubweakened ..rtl. ..f .Iimm1 -- The total inc.case in the . taxable to starve himself .to death, but , l IH ..... .. i.i, sr.. ......i.i !... ,, , t . . . ' , . Fred..f. it licans, which is as follows, property of S:!count.es lepoiteu i.i ine.uera wcck .as . whisky to set up a erick Douglas, of Washington, for presi- and $100 worth of -- A terrible colhsam occurred ;,.. the The remaining :W auditor is 'drug" store in villages and cross-roa- d George Gentry, of Kentucky, dent, expected to handsomely m-- j Cincinnati Ninthcm between Pine knot counties are Platform Wluit are tho settlements ' and the State line about II o'clock Sun- dense this Mini. it'.' white radicals going to do about Tin: democrats of Lexington elected Itobeit L. (ioodiu shot at a iuuskr.it day afternoon. Two freights, Xo. I.umil their municipal ticket from a to . just as swimming on a pond near Lebanon and I'D, untuned by conductors lireen Porch A wiKiuit Cincinnati has just institueasy as rolling oil' a log, notwithstandthe ball "lanced, striking Hen Cowherd, and John Tavlor collided one mile south ted suit for ili voice because she caught ing Pine Knott. Fireman .lohn Adam, of the superhuman dibits of the rails, who u as Maud! mroO vards olf, and kill-'o- f her husband having his cravat tied by This ing him instantly. assisted by disgruntled democrats. Lexington, was killed and Lee Pel kins, another woman. For a citizen of Cincinis another black eye for lbinlley, who (iov. McCieary's bill providing for a' who was stealing a ride, was fatally in- nati she is entirely too Kciisjtivc. Most corp-- e Poich was badly hurt and scmi- had been sitting up with the v.ii.rr..w of American Republics for the jiireil. wives there arc content with even a there fornianv nights. ion and en- - al others weie more or less H'verch In- purpose of promoting aibitrat small portion of their husband's favors. ... . . ! i ii i..i: couraging rccipiocai irieinuy reunion, jmcu biggest lie of the seasim comes; Tom Foisythc, who confessed to t!i Um Awomw at 'IVxarkana,TlVxas. ,mJTm: ( ..vington ., thi, au)H, murder of the county trcasuter at Car(.a., where . h canned a J(inntor . just given birth to her tl.ii.1 set of tlil,. I s,g from Ml. onion, ' ' lets, although she has l.een ...arried but VlhioI bU1 mm a.f,llv ,he Senate Ik thage, Texas, whom he robbed of $il,0(K), fell from the skv about a week after tiio three years, Xo wonder the population comes a law as Senator Plumb pioposcs was taken out of jail by a mob, carried fiom its place. No wonto a tree, his hands tied behind of the Lone Star State is doubling up si cyclone took it cost to tho exclaimed, "Lord, how to amend it, the him, and a rope placed around his neck. rapidly, whni one little woman increas- der tlie Psalmist will amount to double .')lX),000,000. this country is given to lying!" garrison at Suakini was A ladder was put up and be ascended, es it bv nine in three short years. Tho British who leipiesting that he be allowed to execute Will keep constantly on hand a largo and select line of Furniture A MKMiiKi: referred to (ten. Speed Fry savagely attacked by the lebels, CSaovimCi.KVKi.vsp has served three A word of command was given "gaseous substance," a "biir pull' of were li'nally repulsed, leaving several himself. of the eight yearn he is sure to serve as as a Goods. My prices will be as low as such goods e andJUndertaker's dead and wounded upon the by the leader of the lynchers and President of this great country. . A year nothing," Ac. This is too bad. Tho re- hundred jumped from the limb. His neck can be bought in the cities. Give me a trial and you will be condoubtable hero of Mill Springs ought to Held. On the. British side Col. Tapan from last .Sunday will see him , instangun and killed and live of bis men weie killed ami 14 was broken and death occurred anild the grandest demonstrations have drawn his little vinced that I sell lower than the lowest. taneously. wounded. him like lie did Zollicoll'er(V) of public approval ever known. Semi-Weekly InteriorJournul WALTON. who is still with hi son ill Kansas, 1ms been interviewed nick on tlit tariir reduction bill, which is ready to be presented to the House. He savs: "his a verv conservative lncas- tire, and ought to b. passed. The ox- Mill-,- ' financial ami industrial situation w ould have just ilied n much more radi- til uic.isittc in some respects, but there illlilVs M1 ,111111V .HiMi'iuvH of ot.in. ... ... . ,, ; I1,,ri,ill,1,. Mil. C.wti.isi.K, tivKiiv Kentuekian ; ThuFroneh schooner Finer li In ,,., ,.... j ' ie-u- iJiy,, Smtaf ffS r ti 60FFINS, GASKETS, ROBES. WALT TJs3?EH and FUnmTTTRE. COMPLETE STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND. ,,.,. ' - B. K. WEARENTa j st " 1 ,.. I, rSZ : !e --' I L I if VJ Lf I to-wi- t: UV 1 - ol 2 jter r A well-know- ' vice-preside- nt o, , GEO. X. WEAHEN, IMCANG'R. y, $-- j I' i 1 ' READ! 1 j ,i i ,,.., i r ' , ;.. fr . m ( cio-o-in- '....... ... ; ,,., ...... 1 1 , -- ' j j ' ' ' -- niund-bouscatS- t. lf i THE BEST IN THE WORLD. JUSTTRY IT. j y, ...., ' i t: I REW FUKMTURE STORE ' 1 h"rH tux-paye- For-sytb- "W Semi-Weekly Tiu'nks Wo have, ti lare ami nexv llm of ti utikM tint received. Owslev k IXri:illA V lH COlirt of k'VV hut aw n Avenue, uilli ti IVl!ii 1. ' 't.ic!i.d Mr. iiunnit Htankoud. Ky., .Mahcii t, 188 Ciniv. only nix mavistratcH were present ami it "l'1""1"1 taken seven to make u ouoruin thev had A ni: ami lim of !laKvaie Fr.ni Huff Diidilcrar'n OfMp to adjourn for u fresh start 1 VA), pmurc ., the niKht of I'. C. WALTON, HUM MfillflKur Just received at A. . Warren's "Model I cliriiur) 3th, a . star red stttr In fuller pour "win pounds Any Infor (iroccry." W vn.iiMMo.N . Viiii xtiileiiiioloii pill, condition , ,,, ,,, ,c liclit ..limitritov'rv ,uM t)c vatAUir CIS, hl'J'ill to S.IVC 11)1 Volir Slll.lll cllllllve. Mix ens At art r M.Kinnt., K PubllHhod Every Tuoadny and Friday Clin , n Coi it r will Infill on the Mltli W. I,. Dawson will put in live acres of - t ami next Fiidny will In tin last day for the luscious fmit iiisiilo of the town lim-- v lrininjz nuitH for the term. A t'riiin lt tn 1511 pirt tnt cheaper til inever beiore mown In ' cntnl K. iitu kv Window shade to its. iKK 15 milt nil combination f Wall Paper Lircst Hock to mlcct from at (! II f IO V Parlors, MA""":"' "' M"K"vme, lluy.lpn Leech Tin: tvvulatitv with which the passen- Ky Hl lien iml so pa l $!) DO villi be rliarijtili n t to JIks Lucy Hell 25 . tr l'advott. 'I hey are the vcr trains on the Kimwille Division run Paints. t)il, V initthcH tnd P.ilntcr ' u,'plle, Vmi!ov (il NI) OHGAVS At,i.nls tor John C hurdi ,V I o 1 Miulcal Mcrcliindit I'lANOh Cretk Kline iie ami that is hut 111 yearn. :H decided credit to the oillci.ils of the Two miles South of Stanford u NVal Vddrt'- - me .11 1 arlile, Ky XV.UtMtt L. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. road. We i lo not r.'iiii-tulr when the r .t Ir is mIiiIii1 tlmt tin. lifMl unit 3S. .. tnm'u-r- live minutes olf time, lojpm relief for cinder in the eye comes frm M. I Inn k""1 Norlli r South ' ji pin " l 4 P ' I sptc-letting that eye alone ami ruhhinv the train " Smith A e 1111 from our Danville scrihe says ' jo am ' " North .1 w m other. I I rcuhl N..ith he is too .sick to s,ml u and adds; J I' II KUIS i:i opined on Ljii .ivlir ft., ... JJl" South , to tlic At this hour, II . ,, the jury in the next door :u!ilkryInterior Joiirn il (ilUct-- kell i tie burr train ulwmii) Msiciicr I.trr eveixhody turn out ami x'o the jjomU wlucli he will utoik if tiri.lte- Solar n standard time. I he .ilmve is c.ih ul.itcd with the ly during tin luti, and on tverv Siituriliiv and Damon ami IMhi.is euteitaiiiment to- - I'Mse of Powlinv (ireen, charm-I ie iv ! ul Ju liiinutei fatlrr. i'uini i io in'iu iiuriioiis, wnin nc iiu tiisnoM; morrow niclit a rousing welcome. Ite- - IllUlilerof Will. Whltecottoll, 11 Hot f all kinds ut Imrnirw mid .iddler i;ood m'rveilM'iits, ut Meltoheitrt Stag's, "" aureed. K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. .Miss llirrrti: Tompkins, who teaches cent". DR. W. C PENNY, .ti I Mitt leave K ivilvid Jt ;a04m .uid return ,..... 1.. -- .,., ..!!., .. 1.:.. m.i ,,1 f t ItutiiwNx. ince moving our entire candy pulling at Mr. D.txid Scott's Fri- MEANS BUSINESS. ntock up Mairs we have n lot of plow harIs Receiving Hi3 day nivht. ()er::t) pounds of miliar were STAN'KUUJ), 1C lONPt;oiC V. Wirings ami jewelry ie.i!rvl ami ness, pumps, hoes, forks, hIiovcIh ami u-mill the little one had the hiitvcst other goods we want to clow out ami will kind of a time. A. It. l'eiiny. w.irranteil. Office on l.ancaiter meet, wcon ddo.rfron,,, ieo. D. Weareii, Man-ave- r. ( IIIU iintl jilme to huy ilrtiKN patent sell them cheap. TKKIOK IOIKNM UIIICC from I to u Tin 1m a in ami to 5 ncithcli. administered It. iniilit'iiiii and toilet artlelch is t A. Mrs. I.i i. XiKi.n lectuii'd three times win; ueceivar). p. m 154 ijr iVnnx's a Tr ial. Goods Warranted and a Perfect fit Gaarantaad, Gi'a Tin: new State hank ut Souieiset, with duiinv her stay, lirst at the lt.iitist tahletn. Hi our ki'IiimiI hook, ink, church, next to the Loyal Uvion itml pap-- r, iieiicils ami sclmol Mipplies of all f.V).(K)0 capital, is ready for orvaniation k mils from A. It. Penny. and will elect olllcers on the 17th. Over Sunday uivht at the Christian church. 111 Hie 101111 ar-guarantee all watches and eery $tci)i) of its stock is held hero and thoe LirveamlicnciH greeted her each time and as uual she iinested the old story n u . j.-- . tn ui jewe ry Co., wmm 11 Hot .itre.to attend the election . It. Pciiiix. tul with at: interest that makes her lectures' fin vive their power of attorney to Mr. p"ciihaily enteitaiuinv. John S. Hughes. It., mold indllioriun-lir.li.iM... mmjllu Jif. .1 CT!TX7""Cmr. J DECIDEDLY PERSONAL. mX--J L.K-V V iJ, v s t -I J J loinpauv, now in its star with lu.joo.ooo 'iVTiainxv Mr. Itohert Anderson, of .imlIh $tf, At Mi.pfut as , its -- Nhs Liu s Hi 11 w is the v"est of tiirrriMi mi m; Nioitn. - t'nclelewis ll.irrodshtirv, hrouvht a lot of saddlery low us anti old ihi.o rt'iiahk coinpauy,r.tis ate with disiand um I loeki uttius uiiiirpaci a npuiaiion nir i.nr noHiiii r, w ho a iiuiuIh r of yearsavoturn-eli Hauvhmiiii. Mrs here to disHiso of by iimtioii and wan vsit'llril li none and pi ins lo s.lt Lsvrvhodv fif mi a ery Mack into nearly an ill the alteiui.m of business men to Its DRUGS, EOOKS, STATIONERY , Mil T. F. dispatcher from the Hi'llinv it livht aliiuv, when a warmut new iiidimimnt, .Kriii.inUtiil vurplun and 0 per' liite iiiau. is vnulually M mi S(i m, is here on u visit tn his inn-henl K.iaranlesid Imxi.U nlaii oIioick-- s xxms He i veil on him for failure to pay the FANCY ARTICLES, &C. CM tVwnen iiuiiiiii on the .inif rate ni men lxick to his llr.st color and if he lives louv iriends. license, which is more than $t00. He JOHN K KArt.KNEIt. ( tin .1 nvulii. Hie old mullmil cnouvh may he a Mn Dinlnit Aift'iit for Ketitiickx Putins has been I'hjsicians presi riptiom m uratcly t npinim. d immediatelx piit -- elliiiv and vot all the days with a umu Is now oer.si' ears of ai; his i.H.n. for M.'(-ni- l puicini-er- s saddleri and to return their . . .... .....!....... !.. t , . , I.I .. ..IU.-I,,, the lluililiiiv the cas was xvithdmxxii. He .suhseiiient-l- y IM.V...I......... M. , M. EXPARTE NOTICE. Miss i.txnti: mi m ki.i:riHH, who ims llllll flltllfW A kihMrl twill i initt tmr ihiih. stock to Mr. J. T. Harold his THE LARCEST STOCK OF WATCHES, L.iiisdll.-- , rotunusl to .,.,7..,. ... , , .UMsiiinvin , v - ...rwt.i ..... llirvuit-.- , I Imoln C Ircuit Court. ll.ll - ris. Mi- -. .1. A. Allen, yectenlay isti ii CLOCKS, JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. teiitiun is theiefore itilhsl to a resolusllOIA I). ADAM'S, I On petition .x DEATH'S DOINGS. Mas Pmomu s, who has Ihmmi isithiK, tion adopted at I the Inst ineetiuv tlmt unJ XV ADAMS. l'x'er brought to this market Prii.es liner ih.n hi "shelhy ciniiity, tvturmsl to her til further action the luxly will filed Hit Inupttaiontrs IiimiiK Ml. C. 1'. tientIV, who .ll!W hiell ill tlon in the clerk ( iiftiic of mis dn to.irt, lakinir put-- I the lowest Wauhrs, Clocks and Jewclrv Ite coineue said that ilai.vhtir's, Mrs. Kolieit McAlisUTV,nt-- 1 at 7:.'!0 wlinrn itirli Siitnnlnv titolit paired on hort nntitc mil nttranlrd. Of COllsUIUptJoll foill loilV tlllie, pUsseil ,J snt.i D. .X.Ihiim, leeiiiNmired tom.e,rnjoy, . . . tonses for lur own liuntlit nil) proiurts rl.. In tlie iiiuioofiiltv nunv Ciinnliii itl. ,hv IIlil ,,lliri.( frtl. Mr .Imi mix i:it wilt, who has been ill Ji ih.i: V itts.iN. County Attorney Car Vear of her live. A tt'XX tlilUlthsavo Mr. .IjIim or her hnliiind, lo make (rm tiic tltliuor, tontraits. sue and ) , a. orhirpi.p.n i.x w.llordei.1 trouble, 1ms re- - p'lit rami Clcik Coi).'rsiit up ami look xiuutry, wno lixes in ....n luta, Kansiis, !am ,ii.1MmI single woman, trade in lur own name r a month with thnmt It inoworderid that n tin ol said attion tic i mlvhtx wise yesti-nlay- , hut if the bluiK'liI lltr to Iiih IllOlllll H, .Xlls. K. H. xi nd siilhViently to p on the mad i ,i,c Istkk.ok J"iHSAL1il-.,wpapiv. . v nn for his house, J. M. lttil4ii-o- ti jifimt they composed didanythinv worth (ielltrV, in this COUIltX., With the llopl ,,M,i,.lt j in M.hiImi.I. Kciua.k, forttildax he puMwhi.il ,", Ion ila iietl tirinof thU tourt speukinv of it did not npp.iir on ivconl. that the chaiive Would beliellt hei, llllt (Jism umkrmyluii.l iMlirkof the aforesaid isss Mas. . M. Fia.xMi irvsented us with A fexv mad ordcisaml other lender mat- the dread disea. had taken too linn a UI-i;J( tkrk made hv ters were all the luislnc disiosd of. ,i sample of maple iihiIiihscs hold and her end was hut a ipiestion of IIAVh n rself, that cannot lie licaten in U'ltuty a erv short time. The ileeeasvil Tiik story of Damon and Pxthiasi.om ,iiel tlavor, and she will Mis'l.lllie Domiivhty and at the time of ITiXlO of the inot iiitcrcMitiL' n'xelations of Mianks. her man lave xxas a resident of Pourhon xxho has heen faithful friendship ex er written. Pj thins, count v. S.he leaxes two little children, Miss Nun ii. If or Having lr.uk il m Mill for. I Washington toiin on lieinv condemned todiehy Dionvsius, sitmv relntixcs in Shelhy county, re- - the tyrant of six to know the invparahle loss t) Kaon, I wiiion he per- too yoiiuv r.icuse, Im'vs to i iriusl home Saturday, hrinainv with of a mother. Mr. (ientrx was at hispo.t 8, 1888, erx accomplish- - mitted to vo home mid arrauve his af in the West when he receixed the s.p i r Miss Anna )ole, a fairs, which is consented toitpou Damon sffsrsa..u for .ili i Hit hlshi.t biddtr and if not , co xounv lady. w and ilislvinv liisowu life for news of her death, Inch was somew hat i rviMiM'ii iir niiniv ill ill i t wii i'i: mr 11:111 ami11.1 .1 W'lis i in Dlltllxxi, of the SlllXexol apieariuv nil softened hv the kuoulciLv that freed ukiii it a hhh hic, tomp irat tlv utw, , nerm.ar oinpullilint'S , v oo, rooint ami tousen-If ( iwloins nlliiii laiiiis'illi has been the ntipjxiinimvof his friend. Px thins from her earthly suUi'riiivs, slu all' l.,f ti.ini: aUo Oientv ol lfiMfl. I.ii.limr waltr. tint . . l.s ted colonel of the Second onlrinl nl ; acre Iteviment "'". -- "' "';' "M kivi iMmoii. and- Micro!!' with Him.'to Whom siil vavi ',,,,,,,, ,,eatiifs, in full ne.iriiiL'. c roiinisting . of Having secured the services of C. F. KStfT, a prasiicil Vatch- in ,,",, '' , $ ; of hnivhts of Pvthias, ami D. A. Uv "", ,,X1M'"- her heal t xe.us iitiij. xxhcli si IC United silitat, i;iMd utauil,ptai, r.iPts. aoout 40 ncrts it .uriMii rxt, ,.'l'"' w itli the I,,'V" !,,ll,,,,l,, !" "''."'' ""l -- f D.imillc, lieutenant colonel. iiii'r,l.mrtr maker with many years experience, all work dine with neatness Many f. iends 'Z pVrs"uic"plke "nl'i'tnHt!." ,WV"' t,'.l'"1 w,m,"1 followed christian Chinch. ,n I s,,KPxT.:KM.m.:,:issaidtobe . - . . . b.- s,!"1 the leinains to Ihill'.tlo (Vim- - .1 inthMJtt of tiiiiivatmn ami ssiii pro.iuieIw ..s ana . f"l ) it happ. I, aispatch, tuiiy insured, spectacles ana isye uia3303 to suit tne s.nk.nvaml cannot surxive many da.xs. , wheie they weiv yoiitly niuilis as jo to 75 hushilsof corn per lire; othir teiy x ... iiriniii ii, i, infill ill II Illl.lll S laid to rest to await the lesiiircction tliliiL-- in iiroportion Ills in phew, Mr. P. P. IJnhree, of eye. 1 1 nils made known on d.i ol sale tii iiou'c iix xii. iiurie, an accoiu- - iii.ii r. - I'UWKI I is here, and loiistantly h hisside, Mum, ii. N II Mr Van rd lie ssill at tin .iint time plishisl assisttsl by the .uid he thinks the end is xery near. o anil plat otftrforsili hi stotk, irop, At meuilii'i-- s of l'loila hmlveof Kiiivhfs of Tiie I'niveisity of houisvill,' tuincd ii.rrmt fmm out old friend and Px thins, D.iuxille. out IlK) j outiv doctors last week. Judvc J. M. Philips contains a -- .vi widows followed the icmains of (Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway.) and some kind xxoids for the .IokMimixx sWiii to he at Ids old their dead husband to the vraxe in so tiicks of thrcatc t in. nok i ii I, J HeKiya that hiisiness is not FAvoni i r. i.tNt; hi rwi and sol- - ru uiuv lihel suits. He has Hmoklxn Sunday. sk in Kansas City as last xear, hut Ih'cii holdiuva hr at .loiioshotii, LIMITED EXPRESS TRAINS BETWEEN CINCINNATI, OHIO AND NEW ORLEANS, LA' The eiivineers thieateii to p.iralxv.e 2376. tin l.irvst hllildinv hoolll is expelled Ti'iin., and a local paper published a IV n i i IKlL RS. the coinmeicc of the ciuintn if the deliis spnnv in the history of the plieicommunication which ipiotes Mumlax's mands aie m t met on the "'." road. Through Cars to New Orleans, Louisiana and Florida Twice Daily. lauvuave in italics, and contends that llomei Hart and Olivtr Hart, father LOCAL LORE. such expies-ion- -. ar. detrimental to the THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA. and son, w ere ai rested at Mt. I'lciKiiit, eiiusi' of relivion and adds that Mumlay Midi., for ciimiiial assault on Jessie iw t.ouiisat II. C. I.uplex's. '1'ItK TJ3XA.S SSriORT is tixinv to build up a reputation on his Unit, the dauvliter of the Hit. J. ti.CximKMr.u has another ht-- j k.l( MuIlll.n Mlk ,,,v llf I, box at lus housc. ,u. I11K,r , ,.mil., Wit, lim Thursilax latter. Hanviiiv Is too tnl for smb CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 12, 1888. hiutes. ItoitN toUiewife of Kicliiml Itohert-- 1 "Wt and iviul the article from the putDurinv the winter season of IxsT-s- s xx KICVD now??. son. of the PietieheiMille neivhhoihood, I'll. He then denounced the litems a Cliicavo houses liaxe killed nearly I.IHH),-00- 0 I KA1XS TKAINS NOK'lli. malicious liar, ami called upon him if he , )(A Imvs, avaiiist l,7:il,M'.' in the season No i No 7. No. j. No. i. No. j. No. o a. t . . I'nwti. tn il it scats of a'o on half noli tratk to was in the audience, to rise and expliin. St ATlONs. N , 1 Dall. packed The actual of I.SNI-Sisauou j u Kx, sun. Daily. Daily Daily. Dail). Daily (liu'- -t hono, Dallj. do xmi iook at that lurp' line of( Xohmly stood up ami Mumlay then an- - was 1,110.110, ori'.').:;c,0 nuinher hands Iul'Ii Hit .i, less than the theDark hriidir and the lui;liet hr d horse in licit tiuuks ju-- t icccixcd hv Oxxslex sV nounccd that he had asked the editor for Ii .Ciiitiunatl Vrt 6 40 a m 6 4 pin 1015 a 600 p 7 a in 4 o 3 p ni S oo p pi 7 53 a m I te Ktnliiikx iifftrtd to tlit pulilit it so low a prln previous season. Williamtovn i.'se 511a in I inns 830am 4 it p ( talvind on U i ins mi lil.tr il 951am 547pm 935pm the name of the w liter, which he icln-c- il .. . . j n u in 3 o pm . r.corntovvn. 10 y) a in 7 1 J p in i zj p m 410.1111 The I'aiiners' Itexiew, vixinvasiiin .1 CMllKlon .. .. 348am 415pm 7 Go a to vive, ami that he would hiinv suit foi i 4a pm " Is iim.......'". ...: ; .... 0 ij a m i 07 p m . Nkholasvillc 3 J J a ni ti xiini n Si:i:is. Onion Sets, Seed Itean 'i maiy of iviM.its fro,,, concspondents, $30 to insure a living uoit. , ;; 5sV.;, unci, neiiskeii tue xast con- ;o a in' 100pm w ,t a m 11 J5 a in . . Jiinitiun Cil) . .. .., i.15 a 3 10 XX' "M,wl..l criminal j pin y 10 pni 111. j .....1 11 in Kentucky leport an j 05 a m u 30 pni rsomcrei III:K, sire of Itl.uk .lojpm oi a tu 3.1 p Mrnllix WIllN's, it is a m , v'x's'i'tioii to either endoise or condemn j says is counties cent, of the farms .. k. 7 - a Oakdile 1 53 l m 11 ix a in 5 ij a 3 15 iin 1'rliite j j?ij, Kln)li i Jil., and the dam ol ojopm axerave of LV, pci hisi-oiirs. .11 Ar'x ..ChattaiinoiM. ..I.'te 710pm ounani Sioaiu 4 l.uk, i. loiopni hy a lisinv xote and exeiyoiiel .. l. .s minifies tepoit nioitvavcs on ' lll.uk Alles.lri il 1 J.H,, dam ol Wilton, iu!f I. ve.. V.I. ... lliinrK I.. .. II . " 4., t o..... . o 50 a III uur. i 1. III J Dani ,1. T. H.xiiiils has reiiled the Wal-- 1 in the house stood up. . .. . p .1 I Cp 111' J Vf, In Mn. ltM)UK'.N iirV ..(tll.lll.l mil Xll.irt' hrance the incieaseand 10 on thedeetease. . ... ii is p 11 111 p l.'vc . Illrminiihaiii (irisisold 3 30 p 3 30 1 m II XMIII i: IONIAN, j;r.inddaiu'l..iil) I it .... ... . . I I 4U u i) 4ft a ) 50 A m"'iii "' 5 4 p !... ......i ,.11,111 .111 ........ .v.i stri'iit. mid. Trlul In XV.1KO11 aS hv t'lsinv Moruau vi:u Nid case of liinacv was dexclI. sv 5 10 a in 10 3a pm pni! 4 is a m Arv .Mtridi-ain 55 XX'ilklns Mlt.mhtru.ift sirtilbv lljsilkk's HamTheic is no earthly incision to vet exopen a confectionery ami uiii.. oped wi .1 6 15 a in 9 30 fi in Ar'x .New Orleans '. p tn I.'se 10 in p 3 i of John W. Peiininv liUliinl.in, ilam I id) llrimu, ifain'iif l'ukniek, mi the ttiai cited over ltradlcy, of Kentucky. He 2 jiX,, lis s,tetjV X'uicrii in Star, crand dam l in 00 pni s hop piil 1. 430am I.'te... Meridian.. .Ar'v (. ., 6 15 p Ar's ton hriday, iindera wut Jackson, impiiiy into did xery haudsoiuelx in M'coiulinv the Nmnir f.mn, nun ol I nut, son ol XuuriiMii 3; it tu I 'vc . .. . .. I.'se. .X'lLksburjf. 4 .10 1100.1 ..m, HllipM' Monroe a m ... 10 ot IIpin I.'se.. 4 nyi Twins. Mrs. 1. M. P.ruce presented the condition of his mind. It seems that uomiuatiou of (iniut in ISM). Put he H llhliis iniMiMiir nun jouni; nun out itw ci 8 it pm Arv .shrnsepiin.. ni has been lahoiinvumler to p. riieluatt- his line and fame hei hiislmml with a hoy and vhl Satin-- ' foi souietiuie he will not himself be nominated for anv- - of hisproiluit nod the nrnmise ot liis voiiiii mid roxal s. N, 11. Tram leases Oikdalf .11 11.. .1! 1.!.. 1.. I.... I:.. !.. ,,,.eiis I...-,- .. . 1. inn li.l mill u .iwitirrUi. I .liih.l linrki llf Cli.itlanooK.i at No. o 1. M., and arrises 0 n, ti, and 7amies i l hattinov.! at iso, a m. No. 10 lease day uivht, hut the little viil lived hut a xainuis delusions, the uincipal one 111 thin iiisoinx nope lies at Oakd .Ie at t 4 00. Major ho.n Morton. ",,,.,' mother iuv that he isheinv pmseeuted foi sl.in-ai- e the Federal p.ltromive ol Keiituckv in tl Nets ork, limit u ih.u he nfiiM-- i, for XVil time. The hov and the Maun Itouiloir liutrct bleeping CarMin all ' fort' .its 'l' "" l"t ",l' pfinlty is death, lie theexeiit that a iciuihlican president kein. .Mlt an.) lur jti- Indrls tr,his iltath an offtrof JOHN CCA L'l.'l, Umieral MinaKcr, iraiiK II COI II. It XN i,r I I n. A 1'iss ' si, now doinv well. Carl Iturr.s.n that llit k'ri.it Sj5,ooo, has been unahle to sleep for spiral . CAKIIOl.I. Iitner d Sill" riuleiident ti.it in tin death of will not lie fi.11. ahsas should he elected. Theexeiit Wilklns Xlu.itvlier lirtedcn. siistnluid tin' loss of n x i: just received an elevant line of vu.,.kHi ,.S(r,t iuslioit naps, and to lieurral OfTitcs. St. Paul lluildlnc, X'et mirth Slrel t on inutti, Mini. Cincinnati laiitiircr. occur. one ol tin sirs uriatt- -t ol ill the ureat on ot old pdtterns ofexeix imtect himself fioiu those whom he ami pant" c Ila111l1l1l1111l.nl uhn 11ml iHiththt- Mlt Itvsdiik's llaiuhlitimi kind of vooils. The hamlsom UWH an. sm.j1Uj ,m, ,,, ,.,N taken an axe "Wemiild not vet out the llootner iinddain of II Alt K.XW in,h - sired pi ptrlormrrs j,, the hed with him each ami Snorter this, week," si an esieein- - mil h i .ind los mui who hate slrid over 000 est line I haxeexer handled. Cull mid l,,,,,' ,,jst pi p. rtoriners ami liax sirnl tlie it.iins ul 50 pi r vim'uic. II. C. Itupley. nivht. At times he vrow.s violent and eil nona loiucm Hiraix, oecause on formeri with rtiotiK ol . to and Its tls r. iiruviiiL' the ure Hi "ttroltlin; liorsi prontnitorth.it has i'., threatens selhdc.stiuetioii ami once at- Wife llllil II h.lhx oilylllilllX,.llld We had him .p,,,,,,,,,! Hi., ilu dimol llarknw ix, 4l ilauithters I he mils oiiii:it cold waxe was piedicted tor tempted to shoot his wife and childien, In slay home on .xlomlay to keep the Is urn of hi two jiorm- appro tilling UxmIIiL's lliinihltttiii as .1 dilin Friday nivht and althouvh it aimed a hut fortunately the piMol was not loaded. m livhtinvout when she loiind iirodii.ti i Xiiitru an Star, the sin ol Ihe dilin of HHH nuisetiom W'llkim. Xllnissliir t kliou the hriidlnj; ol little iatc it vol here all the same. It The lirst juiy found him of unsound II XX.ls inpicis. i, .in v Miiis,, , ( UKV v will l.s.ir flu tlo.o.1 analt.N .ind was siiowinv and sleetinv yestenlav mind, hut one of the iiumher icfuscd to show a hl'tter ll.llld thai! three of a we hnti turs .onlidtiue that he will Pioiluii will ptd moiuinv mid Iher. tiicely telegraphed sijju the verdiit hee.tiise he thouvht his kllld this year he vet Ihe lloomer live rsallneunil we litlit'tt' tiio-- t' p ilroniinv Mini trnm a. muili protit from , proilme as the pioduit ot nut hor-- e In the I mil, anilhi lillii-follows: For Kentucky stationarx family ouvht to iay lor Ins care 111 the f .,..:.. ,,,.,'ntli " its Iinuld make lirood inaros worths Ihe teuipei-atuitliivaicninv xxcaiuei, iivui iwvlm otwithstamlinv it was shown t'ie hluiKt lilooil llrt'tden. in fntittd In tall and i Olllllhil (ill! ''Wll is It, doctor, . that u.iHilnclorllifintlteshe hurst snd niitis or snows. tlmt the income for his little farm wa fioiu a failed to llit following Atteulloii We will make a specialty of some lliell Who ItCXel elltel l sillooll haxe Mur Irmu lliuutnll. mm Irom whom we pur to support his xvite and ! ihist.l llnkiwit s nothinv has been heard fioiu ('apt less than cnouvh il ,.,,ii. tiliilii.ii.il''" t..i ii ......-.....three hulplcs-- children. The second ju- III! Ilinin. (II.M-X- . HORSE AND JACK BILLS, MAKES X Il I , Xlar in, iv7 O .1. II. llohhs sime lie went to .Mississippi, Docto- r- 'Terfictly. The constitution (UmH(mS he llarkittus nestr ni.ule what, diil not hesitate to mvu Ihe verdict as heie me vettinv uneasy ahout ry his fiiends sou liouKlit him Together with the 'ive.seVflV' mail till' livht to hltV Xxh.lt i illtd a mmishi In'hU lilt- until id to tin Newspaper preiared. The sympathy of the whole . Our people miritsof tre ahsoluUls lie him and fear that he has been foullx store. - HMliaha thttmttir lit ruillnii mart's when thrctxtars A ,l,.,f:....,.iA.,K r.r llinm tliiu en i. lie ileascs at a dm community is with the family in the old and lint two nilts, linlli owni'il litis', .inn xmi dealt with. A railroad man tells us that tould nothuy illhir for V". nrhlprl argely to InutJii not JV..I, ISl.t.i l,.,,,,, ..v. neaily assexeteasdcath,and es-- I Wot Id xxas found lloatinv in the Alississ-ipp- i Wrli5 etd a body hv a Ilarkaw.is Miuni;slti in nr around Mine) for i u u than ?oo lo $nn, out ol I'oiumoii inartu lie .MUlll .iniiiii.i coiiien iie.i tiie other day, xvhich horu the same ie chilly withthoyounv xxife.uponxvlioin nf Pni- Give us a call Of skills,. .. ind unt In lolls OUT .. i.i in t .1 i.i ..:.!.. .1.mo., us .,... it-- ...... .iriLilin lus w holt life VJ . WS ...,. In p...,...! ,car H. r.m wil.lires pasture and cos strawheiry marks that helonv to the it falls with the peator severity. As niaie wiioo.i, prices, OT 11- 1its ,u dim mares, durluifllif time t wastrjlnv t" c aild get Samples Wlllllllllltoll, wealths. Is pet Imps a canard. them is no insanity taint in the family, UP itilllll ht.IV (III ((III (if till tthi ihrr I until in l llllll r ciptaln, hut this ; interview, .11. c.jsxmis. Stonewall Jackson l'ul-lia- it is hoped that the disease is only tem- larvest town, has only l!l,(KHt peoile; Mid. l His nioui-niatSliouM bo ins' J a lux luuiitui Ultre tor.fluenicnt W. A UUSSKl.l.,or Atlditss porary and tlmt under proper treatment Italevh, i:t,(KM; Chailotte, 11,000 siiul Ash-evllK. C. WALION, II. Al, Si nd fur botil. "Ti IfoTiar.!," nutitsl fre. J. II. IINCI.KXIAN, looks on the dark side, however, ll.inxUlr.Ky. S,(HXI. lie will soon he restotcd. 7 If IIiUImULU ittUl'LATOR Co.. .M.'stUt, G. and reiuseHto he comforted. Interior Journal Fiu:sii (iarden Seed ut T. H. Walton's. just received. Nr.iv lliu' of Zei'vk-- IIros?JHriii S. If. ,Shutikn. r ' hIioch NKW AllVEUTISKMKN'rS. rU ''" to-da- I SPRING OPENING! WALL ,, ywaim.v ijyanck IFOSl SALS. PAPER AHO DECORATIONS i Din-vill- House and Acres I.ajid ' i, 1 L: .... ;') S ADDLEBfST A. GIBBON'S, BLDf 1TXI.X.K, KIT. s 1 11 lirt-cl.i- . EL Co l&?UFIL)liiY9 i I 111 1 i:j,i, t MERCHANT TAILOR AND SUMMER aii DENTAL SURGEON,, ed SPRING GOODS. 11 1 1 , 1 T" ' Insurance is'cras Ofc Iutial (Iclplliu. -t IIllla Ao m FEMKI, "Pl'D.TTiT.T.TGIT' H!0. '- 1 d -- M-i.s- en-lire- i.. v m-v- (S '. II.-.- I ,n. .. ,,., ni-i- I I -- "'"' ,,, j il r PLEASE OBSERVE ". .", iv, M'ROBERTSST AG G Farm Fd Sale.' A FUIJli AdDMITElT ' 11 ' i TiIlirsdav 3larch WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, AND SILVERWARE. ;"". - J" , "-- faT,1 ""' l,,?lt,.J,u,,-','l4,',,r,,,,,I'll,i,n"- m-- "'" sti-ida- ptvifi-ssioiia- v pu-Im- u, QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE. MRMimi rtTVPBH 1 - ,,.,.,.. jrxio. tixe-year-o- ld .. i'j 111 111 111 - 1 ...I, ... 111 & 1 111 111 111 MIC-XX- 1 1 nioit-vau'e- d; 111 , J- 111 ri,i . i .,: 111 !. 1 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 j j 111 ' 111 , 111 t 111 rt ., -t 11 Imt-.iii- f i coii-idtr- 1 1 iniav-aviimhl- - TO HORSEMEN. MiiWW 91 H uri-ate- - hi-- ' e, jgaD Hi f -s-..." RIEND .' ) - ..,.,,. X .,.. 1 mm .in. , EASY! $ 2y VI. 111 e, i le v MtfkMtfMi .rrfrnry Wt4M4iMl9l tajii favKfci I IN-DOO- AND OUT. TO PARENTS. C.iiicciiiIiir Gliltitri'tt of llio IloiinnlioUl Aim I'mi'iiU Iti"ioiillli fur Tliulr Train-ItiK- ? 4i r7.- - im restiunsiMiiiy l iiii.inli. In my U'll'"S(.1J mA ll .' or ,ii:ii., ill illiliiuifS of children to mnko women Is not renllzcil t ... ,...... o ..u '.. tit,,, iHiiimla A ?ir li!? ale P"" successful men and ..., It is strange but true, that summer's Tho man who Is up to his cirs in debt bright sunshine and gay Jlora never seems usually wears an ulsto: so fair as when mother nature has donned her mantle of glistening white. Then how A city dealer advertises that he recovers glad to the eye is even a tiny tuft of creei-in- g grass or clover, in shoit, nny thing, if' umbrellas. What a public benefactor! n oiny ue iresn, green growing. T,c Tradescantia. commonly known as Ttiero aro nlso honorable " andenng Jew." will fulilll allofth eso The corruption is principally confined to requirements. It is base men. c or fresh, green and growing, In spito of The farmer is imtui-all- y disgusted when almost every hard- u ten-codog kills twi) hundred dollars ship. Ml it desires, worth of sheep. by way of gratitude, is only a liberal supA papor says of a man whose cow dletl : ply of water. The ;" Mr. Juspor lias the synqiathy of tin en-- j or tiruMiininuultyin this dark hour of grief." teriulual leaves shoots must be nipped. Tills will give it a rich, spreading growth. Hicheliou afllrmed friendship to bo tho There aro three varieties: The plain green, dark green with silver stripe, and medicine for all misfortune. All very nteo, dle. stripe. All are Cardinal, but when trouble comes the bottlo That the continuous heaumg of this sort the white with olive-gree-n is ulways found cmpy. of "eloquence" is pernicious to the young equally hardy nnd vigorous growers. It Is an excellent plant for pot, bracket, is to put it mililh. it soon bear fruit, the littio one. If she be u girl -- and girls are basket or vase, indeed It seems to thrive A colored preacher in Alabama put his even better in nothing but pure water. moro impressed by this kind of talk-h- efoot on excessive bribery at and 1. The thre varieties, growing in bottles, gluts to say of a visitor: " Mrs. M. had on a crushed" it. "Dis tlug."" he said, "ob g tied behind pictures, produeo a bright and blue ovorskirf," " Mrs. T. had her hair ono hundred dollars for n vote is all M ou ' wrong; ten dollars is ns much as b.injfcil ; " Kiorcni'3 has tho measles;" most charming effect. Firmly tie a bottle it's worf." and tolling, as they are remembered, con(it only to be heord versations .k A Louisiana man has had three wives In by grown people, and they the Fiddle four years. Ho traded ono for a farm, anThe little mind thus continuiilly other for a pair of horses, and the third for tho faculty grows, these things bea mule. He is only forty years old, and ex, come second nature, and if radical measpects to stock his farm entirely if ho h. ures arc not taken to counteract these good luck. in coming years another Is added ' to tho Fiddle Faddie family. Is nothing that will tend to make a Thero Another error made by parents, and leadman forget to nsk a blessing at the breaking to the samo result, is laughing nnd fast table quicker than to sit on a plate of tacitly encouraging tho children when such d eggs that tho cook left on tho smart (1 observations in the very nature chair when she tied her shoes. of tho above--armade, instead of admonishing or passing them over in silence. tiii: .L.oi.n:s or iaTi:n.TUi:i:. It can not bo too strongly insisted upon, that as the twig is beat so will tho tree bo inclined, and if a child breathes uu atinos- ( phoro laden with dissertations on the edgIIS-- , i ' of petticoats, what Mrs. HmithorMrs. ing Jones said, what they had for dinner, nnd perhaps tinctured Willi malice or at least iiucharitablcuess-l- u coming years it will develop u fondness for this Mirt of edification nnd these sort of peiple. to the exclusion of thoso nobler thoughts and feelings that go to make tho porfect man or woman. O'.lutr 11. Jlanteu, in (uaI Jiiiiu?.'rciiw;. ' . tly edg-Ing-m ( uiou themnlonedoes thl8 accountability devolve, ll w snnreu PS&sy.. by nil v h o ro brought in eon t tie t with those little gather-er- s There are circumof knowledge. stances sometimes bejoud the control of parents tlmL modify and counteract tlio tenchlng of their children unit muUe or mar their successful muuhood or womanhood. A child's Iniiin may lie nptlj compared to tho sensl'ivo plato of the photographer. It needs but n niimont's cxpjsuro to u;ood or bad iniluoucc4, either of deportment or speech, to imprint up hi Its mirfuco tho line that malco a good or b.id impression. Wo are not 113 parents suftlfielitly tdlve to tho fact thiitthMhighlysensitiveiirg.iii is being continually exposed nnd Is continually recordiu", lKith tho good and bud alike, as it Is subjected to those Influence; and, too, liko tho DOiultive plat it give9 the clearest impression of thoto things to which it is exposed ttielong?jt and parents nro Iwing daily shamed or edified, often the former, by tho impressions imprinted on these little brains coining to light. Among tho circumstances spoken of Is an atmosphere laden with the sayings, doings and wearing of others; need I say, matter not calculated cither to enrich or ennoblo speaker or hearer; the more frequently dealing with tho faults und follies of others, not to b3 mcutiouctl outside the circle in which they are committed and then with bated breath. Of the authors of such Ail- A tlili-i- l Hint nf fi.timlo nriltnr illumi envm may bo comprehended under the word gos- aecom. sin. Mrs. Kiddle Kaddle i pllshed in this sort of elo'pieui'e; she lauiichosoiitlntodisertnlion-- j upon the a petticoat; runs divisions uiwn ahead dress; knows every dish of meat that is served in h3r neighborh.wd ; and entertains her company a whole afternoon with tho wit of her little boy beforo he is able to speak." It is very hard In a mixed household to keep tho watchful oyo and ear from seeing and hearing much that is harmful and where there is u Mrs. Fiddle rad- tioC. rv fX'J.r"ViS quickly uiioii their hands. Men who Hatter themselves that they nro very shrewd, will marry an Idle, helpless girl, in order to got tho fow thousands that her father is willing to give to Imvo her taken off his hands. If tho bridegroom were us shrewd ns ho thinks ho Is, ho would pre- -' for to take his hundred thousund dollars nil in icite than to take one half in cash and tho s and Jewelry, weak other half in nerves and neuralgia. Another fatal mistake is for a mlddle-uge- d man to marry a young wife and fancy that his happiness will be complete. The bride, of course, litis mudo a foolish bar-- , gain, and one that coming years will chain with deep regret, but neither she nor her friends need Hatter themselves that tho sacrifice is all on her sldo. Incompatibility uffoets both parties alike, and If mnrriage is not harmonious and loving, It becomes u galling fetter that grows more cruel as the years go by. True marriage is a union or hearts and hands, cemented with a love that Is deep enough to make sweat the dark passages of life a love, that Is brave enough to make chcerf.ilucs dwell in tho shndow of poveitj. and strong enough to, make even a saerillce for the loved ono a ' pleasure. Then the years that go smiling by will strengthen the iwnil, and the groat sorrows that haunt life s pathway will bind the twain closer together Then, indeed, a new love will have baen b.irn -- a lovo which is deeper and richer, moro sacred and tender, than that which blessed the ilrst bridal morn. Theo are they "whom (led hath joined," and they will walk through life with hearts so warm, and hands so close together that the outside storms and trials will beat upon them comparatively in vain. Mil, ll. V. Held. dry-goid' marry for beauty, and nnd u fading tfKESH CHESTNCTa 1 ATTENTION, FARMERS will nay I lie lit! & ! MjhcM' M eaftlt A off-han- d one-arme- d way. man does ovcry thing iti on I eat I'jK'i to in.e for ilclivrri-i- t the IlmiCMiit M. Kroli Home, C nb On hard, l m K). UVINliMON "Oh, uinmmn!" said u littio ono. so much. It sjmIIs my appetite." iffiresni! NMIII..m.lJla. CJ) tOUItVIIlt NtWAHAIITa tHICAtO Kt l.lf- l- IJV W rROYALPJS'.l? J LOUIS SCHLEOEL, An Invention has been recently patented called a rotary squeezer. They nro likely to becomo very popular with the girls. PHOTOGRAPHER, ItlCll.MON 1J, A NEW FAST MAIL l.r.iiini; llulli KY .ie tU l'irture N'ew LOUISVILLE It was Iirighiitii Young's son who wroto tho lino:' What is homo without a inothorl" Two oysters in u gallon of lukewarm iluid at a church fair are no longer called stews, but aquariums. & CINCINNATI Rip POWDER Absolutely Pure. ft s . n all ,tyli mill India Ink, Crafton an 1 V itur , mii in l'ri in, ill 'I'h.itorape tr. Cilir, in tie Hail), Seniro to liaieler-- , price M. M THE MOST RAPID ROUTE tSSy. . MiHri i'.rij;ht icml. .iiiI A. . Itiioiiiift. m, K., Jmi i, fllttMs, Kver altiimited hetMi'eii the Rteal ninimrr. .' cine no the Ohio Ki er and Chici'i, and hen the time an I m.il iimf irtable It iinft be an all inui the iulh, nr t" the I he (.utintcri'artuf ihift tram ..ri Noilhue,!. trunk linet U (tcnoailnaied I he Limited l.pir-- . k ue emlu) g1' he un'ib rultiV pain Mimn lie ii ( iiifiinti iSeir many nf the i.haugr in Hrm nnmt If you nro anxious to do somo hard missionary work, leave your club and spend your oveulngs with your family. The farmer has his work nearly und will soon have nothing to do but sit on tho fence and shoot wandering trco ugeuts. ground-plnulng MARTIN .11 & PERKINS, ftet ten 1 Uit l 1 he new firm only to niilaln the rm-- i hi of ll. v old, ru. t iteud- - in male man), im-p- i e nentmil the nianitfai lure iif lobaim winch HI We will he u the interest nf our i' i u tmlal ailentu'ii t o ir Natwrcl l.raf l.i i hie nt .soiiii-ttilii- I'ii.1i, ;rr,.ii ami firmilng AVInlc for competition mth the inultitu e of l lent, tliorl ueli;ht alum iir ihnilute mtler Sold onl) in I, the haie m llamille, K) , a An American tourist said that n San tans. KovL IUkini, P.miinx C., ne.it lraniinc stabK, an. I am prepared l" break The ureal-- ' retn m (tr.i cwr t. nn u a. un Wall Mrcel. Nr Vnrt Domingo revolution consists of "a few and train hotte t'lther t adule r in i. and y tu V .I KK II Mis imn li., tH.wii,, iimI rcp rirxt the peupte ul l.intuln a.i.l a..jiinii g ....iintieft il juu hii yells, three or four hoots, some ono accih tn frirn lo t hue a liore that )uu want broke, traiiieil r Id, I t,Hit V inkiii,; in ihf fin uf r ihrir . uf f.ii' tt (vitl't to ' dentally wounded, and oomo home, darling tir ntl will briiiij it t. me, I Mill u.ir mire h,iiMt.u r iloiiein thr l ( f til ;w irr nittl tr wKv ' all is forgiven. ll ) "il Miifa t lion; Mill du in) beat with ).iir t.i tt r n 'w 'itf j hie a hore ).u ml 4d brnij it t" me. a. Me th.it i' H Hit um rtl HI t I nl haio the letond bet market in t lie Slate ) W c I I I.K I I) I Its Good suits for men mohair. s Ml 1.1. JMIIXSOV TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. iiniler-iKiie1 , 1 micro is nothing that will knock tho from under a man's theopo mir -. ! f mini! logical training quicker than to walkagainst M r.- ci n.niiu il trensili uil.l win '. nne,v the oil ire o'f a door in tho dark. ) than the ordinal-kmJt., ,inj ijiiiwi ,c .M in l.jt leaf. I'haiiWih.; ) liul, of KnntK.1.) f.ivor and akin fur a o.titiiiualioa uf e reman Kepc Ifullv ) "lira, ) "ur trad. m s MAUI IN .V I'f KKINS li. rpi-- t Comfort HO At all luuNMi '1'itkel (im.eft in the N.ni will Sad aiir lime lablca and Itrkvta. Sa) M )ou law, gel .Mutton and ftlli-- In M.on, ll )im m mi Is ftaic mine) and have a plenum jmirnei. It (). .MiroiKlick llviKXHa, A I. M. Tummm-K- . Citv !. lieneral l'eiurer Axent, t'ln li.ket AiirHUnttd llltcer k) lef 4th Aw laiiirllp, Oln iJ Vinett, CiBcmnati. TRAINING STABLE. 1 THE BOTTOM KNOCKED OUT. f 1 JNTOTXCS it K l. I bald-heade- d 1 int-Mx- reii-nt-t, Mill iniiic a lim K.'lljr Mill tin EDWARD H. FOX, tlie liiwnof Mitifurti tliat 'if ilel an in iiml.tyof llur. h .' thmk the uti'-- m of the count) .hi'iilil iz PHOTOGRAPHER, niiirt' uri.lc unrtiiKh to twlronit ami uUin the ninie We mh t in form v.hon it ma) imuern thai e are in the IJeVXVU.I.K, IvS". rmirket to buy jour wheat and Jini will Kie the lii)het rn.itl.ri prne fur um, We hase aitileU omc new maihuier) to our lorn meal depjitment arid tfn nou nist mal In uii hm hie Il moved new kmllin. j.p. ..te equalled ly an) otner mill the uelolHi.'e ti i tkfsat then ever ii.ai,.i m ftrttoa It rannut he s.ifi aad better We , in thin iii mil) it i in mr ll nr mt a v commodate the pubU. Willi fine pi. i It in i meal il'Mtt..r'il Imi ini r un m . ur line plu.ionraph tu life mi, SatiftfacttoM knar mti n . lorwlrnill ph i.e. il. 4t fie ll. ahire ir t i" . v, 'i ii il u i i Iht iKent iii 11 ! l III . 1 i Ikii r c f. it i . O. W. MBTOALP eiual he ARTIST i.tl M THAT Tho Original Wins. C. !". Siminont. .St. I.uutt, M in me FIGHT A tnl fI ttt J (i i l . s.i s N 111 I , M, s JIl i AHY. AT LAV & REAL ESTATE AGENT. HAKIJOI'KVIMJ';, i lv I'rup'r v. j. i.ouri iiEraare I in. II. eilin, I'rup'r A.Q.Siinmuni Llr lleuul iter, by mTA cr M A. S. 1.. l.tt'd Uaa 2eillniSs ,r M. (MJ Inr j, cured iNnictaTlnv. UlLioisNaae Oly DurrrtiA.sir k UtAiiAciit.I.oi,. 5 Ue T ll..SOIK .STOMACH, KTC 1'aitorM. K. 4B ul Chur.h. Adami. I'rnn.. ilira "I uuiik Miouiii iiave ltrt dead but XI. A. Sun lur )our l.eiuilne raona I.ncr Mnllrlne. I hae tuimetlmee had la rilbllltutr "cilm'i ati.ll"fnrnur Mrdl ..MlnmcinI.Irr.MeJline(Iit'.l A r 1 cine, but It dun't answer the purpOfte.' Tw 1 I i i yt ii ti r ut Ail) f tanl i.nditi 'ii 1. r limbr, to! nf rniAtiun turniHeil iiftMH c i.li lied t i u!. ourl in maUc a un $ny Ktcrn kc Mrrl p.uni ? Uii .1 1, .. V ft nnd I t . ' ate utcJ ball of It. I want no 11. Keit'ilalnr and cer tamly no inort iJ.k .Iiii'j mutuic lelt Mr, luii It work r rr'' ir. .Mimnlut. Irnn. I.nrr xmr t, an., ue 1. kii;,-n- l IMltnr Tit Vc a char 1 ' elei-tlou- get-.tin- kStbJKt&n:; StV'AvrT.f .HMSa" Ai'M&U i7A -- aKftiU1 iH, GX)LDSRO"5rf 15 STANFORD, .KY E. H. BUENSIDE, PROPRIETOR. m.imiu-im- Fad-die- d, X. i. I l C 11 It tj A . tN J,' E XW g i l'hlele;aut Jere) 11 ill will lhiMaen, at $3, CASH, at Mtlh pi.Uxof my Slatle tand time of ervke. return if ,w ia not wild calf, i i: 11 IIUUXSIDK. llpul Mill inni.tiinti hia old and irell-know- a ill Welt repulalioa. aatd il frupnetur 1. deunmn. ad tkat it ka4l he ftcond lo no connlr) II uel in or Atl-- n Ik Stale in it rare, ApBKMaiMenU. tioatolui fUua( coneeyed to nnd ftuentW-i- el Special aci uaamnda- frt 0 I $ Cholera Cure! I ( xn W -- CHICKEN ',o.t. soft-boile- IMMIe Cwinul THE vltar' IravoWrt, -- y&4 e FLORENCE i 'cj' vMIA," Scotch Wool Udenvear. PLATT'S "ENGLISH ' WASHING MACHINE I hare bousht the rifhl . tell t'le I'lurcn. r nuw iitepared lnfiirnih WaabinK MackUM and ll who nut' ten to their ctvtnea from the rukbiMX and tearing incident to the !,. tinv eft uf I a lie on and I ry it and V ,uniued. vftttenuag. I'll not oucry )uu abuul hu)lng unlee "n are ful Ijr MtKfled n t li nerll. I'be undenuned have pur,ned the I'loren e Waahinj- - machiaM and after a Ihe.ruuft'h trial, ere lake pleasure in attdms our leiuaoii tu it uorth, and without heailaiKMi pranunce ll a umr in ever MrtleiiLlr.aloille all that l t laHned fnr it Win Dauathcrtr. I W. Wallace. Ur. Uurne. Mr S 1' Sailer,' A. C. Sine, Bill Perkln.. l.evri Dnddafar. J. .. I.tnn. I.. I. fluwun. I' Vaaoy. llolie- .Mr. Amanda reak, (urge Peyton, Al claw. L. I. I ield Albert Caatden,5im llatnee, K. . K. Harrow, . M. 1'alaaa and manj-eaaee.M.F. un LASTING" bP-- s riiaiGs 11 IWDKItWKAK GETTING Aliy !sii Mirny .Mitii-i.igf'- MAnRIED. s Dues Simif IHU'tlllll SlllJlMl. I'lilmppy Ailtlii; on an Ini- Ar ll t 1 ui ".. 11,. ;'i,-- l nmrrk-iSHLiitn'Mo huiuaui'y . i,nd get for it, nl' li no n,litto I'lli'ilitltit of llio w il'li'i offli" rmiult. Ii vf was rot should bo Tho ttit.iuue of th klok-rooa lie wedding, liappi'n ss will in it 1,1' uiidersttviil. Mnuy tipntitmt, nervous come .11 tuo bidding Mom v is xv in s i'l cy.trd. hmlttonUiy hud the life forced pmee unil ,1 very i'va o ' .tiul ji 'o tho grave throtgh uiiousl-nes- s ui tu Lo in mil ,1 kei ping, in;' it uevi p'irc'itisi'd lupiiiuvss, or friuot ovirhivl;iyt4-ri(iUhuirHjuiHJ4j. re M no tiwi; rtii ti .1 until or nnd naii.n- wn. n to ip r .!'" '.lv homlin g ing DH'IV l( i In the ;io', i run to tti'- - (mucii v "in in more IlPlKjb to ""l. uutural and A large e acqui is no h i.ticnt to Tin! . ;.'e .tluitit h in i'ii. when toat.- goixl h i.i'iiii.i h it m t liil IfjiUI'll Sal ui a sieu iK'il. iti in the loom ia. in v .1.1 tl tone of r. . '! ''.! or u In i, .. Ins ' , , , P . hi o 1. .1 few ifivt ,n ''i " s , t bo ui I .I.J. a ..mil s i nl V t. Ma'-I' in' "i ussioim Ji ll. I" .v Un. doo- Ir ii , f not. l, ti of cheerful- .it h lluanciil r . aud tire t., il, dun"' bri Al I.CiS .i.h I.IUI t ,1 llMli'lll.'Ut in Ii.jI better 'in ugh a 1.. " m ' s . 1 d:.n. , w II., This is often the chief ambition of young people and tho mania sometimes follows them through life. Henco we find them committing matrimony from the time they aie"of ago" until they turn the late corners of suventy or eighty. Hut with all this marrying and giving in marriage, when tho results are footed up, tho product, in u majority of eases, Is cither indllToronco or misery. Out of this fact has arisen all kinds of theories In relation to social life, and any amount of nbuso is poured upon the marriage covenant, especially by those who are unhappy in their domestic relations. It novor occur to them that thoy nro responsible in anv iicgreoforthe result or their actions or Unit thoy are paying tho penalty of their rashness. Xeithor do tllO VOUng, or even tho inidtlle-nged- , take anv warniuir lrom tho married lives arountl theni, but rush into tho bonds of iiititnmoiiy with their oyos shut und their reasoning powers entirely dohnant. Thus the tide rolls ou, and the divorco courts jmur out tho dU-irking doiiils uf douu'itit suffering. 'llie marriage is the highest and puiest relation that Cod has given us, save that of parotiUigo. It is tho bond of earthly happiness and the tscuter of purity nnd truth. JSut unless its altars aro lighted with lovo, its htmrtlmtonu is desolate, uud its very namo ia a mockery. The institution of marrlago ia in no way for tho nivuniulatcil sulTenng tltut too often surround it The trouble is that rooplo willuiuirv for any thing and every thing exu p ; in- alTectlou. dirls will marry for the t.iiv uf havliig a wedding, or to keep in in t. ,ng an "old maid." UVurf thoy wu'w .ii ttt be a limlter of secondary importin ). hencr they will promi-.to "love honor una oboy" almtwfl any thing in the shape of a iji..n or a dandy, whether hlu mouth ib clean ur defllixl with Uibaooo juletj, whether Jus brain is cool 'or wwlrtxl in whisky, whether h. morals aro ptiro or whither he has utiv morals at nil. And well-know- n Z B , ouowiso ur.iiiM) a ricTfiii:. cither or both sides of a picture. The bottles, of course, aro hidden from view by tho picture, and a delightful mass of beautiful green greets tho eye. In this way, placed behind statuary and busts, it give-- , a truly gratifying result. jt require no further attention than filling up the bottles with water, once a week, or, iierhaps, no oftener than once in two weeks. Growing in a fancy vase, or a quaint -'. littio tea-poIt does just as well. It grows .iuu unvii.vn jivm. jjri'u.t uud growing. AXX IIlN'fllCUS. lo tho picture cord, ut 't, 1 Send for Price Llarf itliti4 Mala. UoabftlU. - KentMcti). Hiadituarter at . S .Mer' .tore. Yes, I'm thonuthor; nnd 1 thought if I could get n position as canvasser, I might bo able to umbo a littio money out of tho book. Life. H. 1. the book i 8eedy Individual Can 1 get a position as canvasser for that now book you Intend putting out on subscription f Pubhshor Do you know any thing about WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, THE GALT TFOCSK, LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY THE 7.ARGEST SAND FINEST HOTEL IN THE CITY. RATtS 3VXAHCH DEYiwH I 7, iiijh. I 1888, .nix, of dollars worth of year from Choi era. Ft is more fatal to chickens than .11 rihrr pninhmml lln th,. . . uiMuvcr- ui a leiiieuy in. p'sminy airtt U has been made, and lo he convinced of its efiiracy only requires a trial t 5o-- cms bottle is enough fir one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed If, after using two thirds of a bottle, the buyer is not thotoughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it lo the undersigned and vonr money will be refunded. chi'kens du rli-!.,- Thousands ! ccrv - f K ,r s ,le l. M. H 'vert. A Maun Iinproii'il C. L. Vunineter, JlcDonongh Count, 111., sends the sketch of saw-bucshown herewith to the I'rairle '(inner, und writes: Tho object l1(,l'li (a 11 tfiliillil., tin, muinllnH Ir. llf lllla stand upright with both feet on or near the ground whilo sawing. The old stylo of saw-ow- n blie'r rintilrit 11 Htimidmr iKmltlnii tvlih-l- lu very monotonous und tiresome to suv tho loust The foot rests on the lover ut A und Sinv-Itnck. k i AX DXri.OhlVK INVEsTIHATIOJf. s. .?. $&&&. ni I lS'jf: :rwL' - 57" VA &- - W4-?-L l TiCaj' Ptt &? W 1'it iiu inl.tr uf md nwias. t DANVILLE, KY., lir tion n( Newport New3 32.50 TO & Hrlis3. Valley Co. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, iiiKitli. pt S4 PER DAY. ACCORD ING TO ROOMS, ns iWX-- S TEA m : E. S. LAURIE, ILKKliM Jk K' V IIMH- - IN Hull Chesapeake I & Ohio I SOLID TRAINS- - me g?& ,u avr 1l,"1 ju ' "U mm irtJ V4t- - ll 4 mmmM $mkm &&l2&r " g$a . jews :$-- ri) v.awjia jSft;pvri. - - V IT - " "W V - uagj V IMI'UDVBl) SIW-IUT- Ml'. MiOiuty- Ilridget. these is plvit thoy oulla Uoninii candlos. Ol fought 01 would buy a couple un' seo phat kind av caudlcir ther Hoimms imod." ' v s. s mj M KiWriV1 f r J i' tr v - tP r5lJfl LJ, 1 .' -T U 1 -- r&esesmsm ' - i.m tJP5Wwj G& NS-ffl- I ullunliiif Talvnted 1 r.iKiilian till l'.ll nf cfurai ter DAMON, a Senator ...H h I.AL'KiK ....A h OihtMina l'Mhi u., u Snlibcr ... lidw H Ko l)'oiitii. tin,' I erint riiiln.ti-1-.tin 1'rVnli.nt I'lirrft 1) iiihhU,, .iStn.itor S I Miiulre Uh, Suldier ...W C Snupon lrm I iilli.n. .1 SerftHIH to I) nimn A M. Kiiik- I ir t Senator W I I liven" '.... s Olid Ncll.lllll JI II Letcher Inn! Senator r otfHn ... .V M 1) hum hourtli Senator w aur.dall inn senator ( il.nithe. Ixtrothi' to frthla.-vlUa Katft- Laurie Ihrmloii.wKe o( Dainon. . . .Mi Kirth Cnrrlan ' oiu MaMcr rinrenv SiiMiftan moil r, SiHdleni, (itinrda, i 'I he , PULLMAN rCARS AMD IS'otico ....III and i ii' ' Iiicorportlsi To Wnahlugton. In. EAST niclunoctl and ,1 11 1 11 1 . . - vt&tm A.U TU the Ili'Miic Art 11 liamon'a lllnw Inr Freedom Art 1 1 1 True Krkfidnhio Art IV lleftHmn'a Apuaul Iiyo- A I he I riuinpli of I rifiidhip rt lion 11 - 'I lieu itiful lir ivho'c to loitrlude with imMiin itu ol tl.t iu'.. Iti-' l'ull - (11 111r.1l nul Si u. 75c;, 1 it . (. ill, Milton r t . i.iriK li.l In ' j, 1.. t..,!.... ;; -- j;;:; .1 Jll lioklsthoclamp 11 down firmly upon the stick of wood. At C is plaetnl a weight heuvy enough to hold Uie clump up while putting 011 another stick to be sawed I send this little) originnl Invention becu-.- e it hais proved i ?' ,e i i .ri1 w .rgC T- w - V.'7 5-- 3l wmmmi B-- wf Irs-- -- r3?j 'Mess . tf 11 l- Ml s?T aaaaa. I 'j T t 1 1. 'V'H-Jl". t V- F"i t .r: T - u ai a a a. ni .. JAISP't7sKta .r..a .. i.ifca.' lar: I cTiartert'il l) aprriul Acta nf tin (.emrnJ B0UTH-WE8- T. tu reorntan ie and oper it.- - their rond under of Kentucky," and neral incnrporNtion l.i lh haee abandoned nnd relitiquUhtd the- right of .Nu. 4. charier aa -, aid comjiani under the alon-aaiIN arearcr e 13 "aDim Astnhly, Kriiiledhv the .iid i t 01 the lieiu-r.i- l Dally lt S11 in, Mil Itl.ru.ir. 17, idui, and have oenanlaed. la-ImhI) torporaie u ider to hetiinii Louiaville , orpor.n on iw- - til tht "Hiite, ft nt rtiupt r6o(lnc Arr I. campion ... . , 11 l JS i.i.nr.il M il it. - md tlu- amendnwnt1I1 tliereto White oalphur Bpriaa;.. I J hard ' Chariot I., ill, iMkii.ihl ol lite afnreaiiid l r ll the VaJJiuut I 'i ipinll'v t. .ii lutiiplke Itond Imnpanft 11 " Rirhmond .' thf ii il In tin nil" r torvoruti' ti h or. m nt a n "i " ii iin.l r tlii uot'.ir " Md l'oial daniiiU't. ...... ,n en a nl . un 'i 7 i , 11 um ot the ma" una Ition nhall he tlia Cruh I " .orfnll, l ao a m I ao p Koud 1'itmiianr Oi li .nl indotli'tiii Ini I'lirnplke " Waahington V i " ! "I ' iit,irni,ipiipi.n ol i'Uini" anali r Iran " Haltimore . . it at i mil i' Inniniwa ahall he tu o, mi. k ihiu. ih r il tmt-tr-d rhlhulelpMa 1 ao a rtl 1 11 a - n . nl mm nnd Known aa ton 1,1 i'iiNw lork a a in. 6 1 ill)ri n. 1 .un' o ikII'CU 't'umplka 'n loiKiiuii aililiiiou il turnpike from iIhi ,.... 1.. v ... riiiiini "I r..ud r. ail tn Oftrtnheiiti ntld uaxinaton irivuinn ..... ,mii l to opt r ile the ft holt mad 11 , nplt Main Una Iraini eiw. of lluntirla-io- ..1 In in ninount crn time, which U one linur f.,-- run , U. intlir etlih ill lh' ipit.il-.u- k ,k.. t'um-ir.- cl , Ik. On., inn anail llime. lit. l jiiii ilint linn.- - anil upon 1111 11 roiuni una ' I ' " Alini HON A I. TRAINS apprutrd Keliruarv 17, iw-- 'i nnd enti- - 1q IiOuiavllo and OlnollniiRti. tied 'An Att to intoiii. rate die I rnh On hard l.ii'e. t'h ipiul'a dap Turnpike Road lui'ipant," h C"tlne 1101 ,i,r ti .r all ..lnt in the an .i ailthnried of a, A I i tht' ('ener il '.VEST, NORTH-WES- T AND iiniveil April 1. ia, nnd entitled 'An All turniiike, xraicl and plank road cumna-uie- . Kenlut'ky. .nvH-iatf- J I invni on. than threi la,itli ot lh. h ir, 11' tin. a li ip tnrk id Iht I r il Or. lur t uni l i 'I urnpike Itoaii t'onmanft, a rurp iration organ- einl.lv of iieil under an tt u( tin. Uemral NotUe fctfun ll at tin Old Point Comfort WEST t.e tr 'ili iiM)i ta .. f. !! 11.1. tor t .. '"" , - ' 11 , .' 11 ' Mkrl'J i"JjVUAa$''?& -- ' . nSWS93 !ftiifSl - , 1 . 11 , 111 11 . 1 1 ' '1 ' I ' . INtwtui It It ' . . . ,11 , trirf ,) . 1 'ut l S?A.' A...1 tv uiui.111. SM- 'It . . 'hSIV r;-'-"- JM )Xw M , -- it? '''(. V. W '7, - . h 1. V I ' .'.'ruiker'.s 1 . . 1 , . ' a- l tl til in ' ,r K l ii . a t..!j. tlI84'l'SO il. not by 1.1 or ilis- ll r 'PZ7 iM.ho,,MUInlhth.nd. r" I""H tifim? rLM'jJirf 11". ''""" ttUO ti' ami. J3lc5 t.. tr MM -- tyJMi,TPjy J'JW V&Zffi&r 7'"43r B C'. " 11 ' I.', . ut i.iilfourlJ.rt.l..-ii.ti-.iji- lh ill.r.itorft Hoardll . o.,.p.. . .."I'' ..1 ' ., -f- cBC-sSa.-- tm,. o.Mor..l..Mjrl. VV .,-- V i .C..,s...f fn, , "CiMl, .. wl'' iiutlr . - rnl '! XhuT'L j," I. ill ..l " 11. '' ' l'r. "tlonS . . - X II U .. 11 ''" ...N t.-i..- ,, - .,H,llV -- cfr'",,,,, l ' "', " ' ' II l '.r 11 Jtfl ,1 !"S, 1, iHfc u , U.,,,....,, ',. J.VM!SHIv. Kui'lit'iiur, ' lott MllllOt.. ,' IH3IA.V, pml t.amuiK 1 ,i,u.-.a,lelll- 1, Itl't. tf....,, li exeni, Mill, r th; ol..'.p... il nun Hi II Jim ' J f I Hum.'ta ' tv, Oiv.- I I , , ' h. '" rn ,lm I 1 . u , ol l I . r ' ' ' ' .pin,. mi. ,1. I. l N. V. "' .t ,,.. n 'i, , (V 1'... . I ,.t .' "' ,.,.,, ' nl ' ' "r- -' ' r ii , ... ,,,',.) ut 1. , , ,. , ' ' . , ,,' h ', . , N. ' ' . ,'", ' V r l ' " l '", '' - MR, .1. k-- i LJL Zj u nll.t Titf.itiai) rtiaj. aaLaaanlaa