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t ho Uappr Tlioiifiltt of Ono of Ilrooklyn'f
A turkey that looks so weak iu thofelns
that It always He down, two creatures bo
emaciated and shrunken that only good,!
lonft look recalls them ns barnyard eagles,
andnwhlto ercaturo with a yellow beakl
that suggests duek, these and n board bear-1
lug the legend, "To lie Hhot For," may bo
seon In tho window of a llrooklyii shooting-gallery,
says tho Eeglt, of Uint city. Tho
live-stock looks very fuzzy and damp and
limp, and tho four boaks arc ever wearily,
turning over sawdust and sand in tho vain
expectation of llndin;? a grain ofccroal. Tho!
fact that tliMO birds and that board have- figured
iu tho windows of several shooting-galleries
during a year or so uttracted tho'
attention of a newspaper man who in ado it
a point to nttend tho "shoot" In question.
In a stifling place whoro cigarette smoko
had driven out tho atmosphere, wero congregated
some twenty or thirty boys and
youths who wero animated by tho laudablo
desiro to win tho poultry via tho
after many pops much noise and not n llttlo
profanity, tho turkey and duck wero won by
a young man with hair which suggested a
whito horso. Tho chickens wero captured
by two othors who each received
cents in lieu thereof. At tho closo of;
tho .competition tho young man with tho
hair, all tho other competitors
having departed, held a brief conference,
with tho proprietor, packed up His game and
tiotlco board in a crato and vanished.
A week or so later tho samo operations
woro repeated at another storo up-town
tho samo old poultry, tho samo old board
and tho gams young man with tho
ary hair, ilo won tho prizes again, and
fcgaln carted them oft In a crate. Finding
himself cornered on this state of tho
the following Interesting statement I
"I'm a stovo ilnlsher by trade. In tho
ovenin's I was always fond of shootln' and
uster go round tho At I
last I got to shoot so well's I could bo pretty
sure of wlnnln' any for
prizes. Wall, tho prizos ain't worth much,
and tho proprietor of the gallery rakes in a
tidy boodlo for shots in tho match aud for
practlcin' before-hand. I didn't practice
and always won. Bo I lit on tho idea oC
lottin' tho poultry prizes out for u show for'
a week an' talcin' tho chances of winnln'
'cm in tho match. Tho proprietors of tho1
gallories pay me from threo dollars to ilvo
dollars for tho week's uso of the birds, and
In tho match ( take my chanco of any ono
elso winnln' 'em. I generally win 'cm baclr.
for less than fifty cents a piece."
"Do you have any other prizes to lot out!"
Y03. I'vo got two small pljrs.ehean silver
cups and lots of things that make a good) by tho Turkish Government. It would
show and bring me in about ten dollars a seem that tho authorities aro endeavoring
week in Brooklyn and Now York. I'vo had to restrict as much a possible that
many us eight shooting-matches a week, j try which was onco so prosperous In tho
Yes. Onceortwico I'vo been dropped to.' . Syrian provinces.
Jn Third avenue, New York, somo time ago, Auckland, Now Zealand, is a lively and
tho proprietor of a gallery put up a job oa ' enterprising city of 70,000 inhabitants. It
me. I put up a silver cup for first prize, a is situated near tho crater of a largo extinct
pig for second, a turkey for third and ducks , volcano, which, according to scientists, may
and chickens for otlfer prizes. Wo mado a rCsumo oporatkms ut any moment. Tho
big show and I was to havo one-half of tho j Aucklauders, however, nro not terrified ut
rcccpts of tho match, but nothing elso. tho prospect, aud in fact uro going to cement
Well, to make a long story short, wo only j tll0 bottom of tho crater aud uso it as a
took In about six dollars, and threo fellers
thoro won all tho prizes and I got left. I
was about twelve dollars out.
COM PLETELY OSSIFIE D.
Tho Condition of .Mini Who Hits Keen
licilrlililon lor Thirty Yrurtt.
On a bed in the second story of a museum
on tho Bowery, says tho Now York fowl
Exprtu, lies u creature truly wonderful to
look upon. It is a man yet a man bereft of
all power of motion. Every joint in his
body, without a single exception, has become
burdened, and presenting to tho
a form completely ossified. Tho man
is Jonnthnn It. Bass, f lo I1113 laid on his
back on the samo bed for tho past thirty
years. He Is one continuous lranc from head
to foot. Ho wa3 not, however, born thus,
but ho is tho victim of a diseaso which has
not only proved unique in its kind, but has
baffled tho skill of the most emlnont physicians
who havo either treated him during
the incipiency of the disease or who havo
seen him since he has been in the stato In
which ho Is now. Tho disease, which In
reality has no name, camo on when ho was
a boy of seventeen. Ho was then living in
Lockport, N. Y., whero he was born in ISiO.
It commenced in a peculiar sensation experienced
in tho ball of tho right foot.
Shortly thereafter the left foot becanio affected
in a liko manner. Up to thh timo
Bass had been an unusually strong lad, aud
his feats of lifting great weights wero a
marvel to tho community. Tho doctors who
wero consulted gave it as their opinioti that
the diseaso was inflammatory rheumatism,
aggravated by tho boy's feats of strength.
But tho diseaso crept up both legs, gradually
claiming tho entire body for its victim.
It was nino years boforo tho body was entirely
ossified ns at present, mid during thin
time Bass attended school, completing a
term both ut tho high schotd of his nativo
placo nud n commercial college. Ho is Intelligent
nnd his mind is apparently woll
cultivated. An he liro uow upon his bed ho
nrobouts tho t.pi ?nraii( o of an ordinary
man of usual hoight. Ho might bo culled
good looking wero it not for tho deep set
eyes caused by his Iviujr bedridden so long.
Tho bones of his left hand aro ontiroly absorbed
nn far us t!u wrist, mid also- tho
bones of tho fingers of tho right hand. Tho
nails on both hand havo grown to tho abnormal
linitli of from fivo to Urn Inches.
Tho nt'...il workings of tho body nro all
perfect. His lood has to be prepared for
him, us ho la unable to move his jaws. His
lips, though, aro still controlled by Jho
iniiMtleg nud ho converses fiuoutly.
rol'oulni; Oivi'Irjr'H Ailvlro.
Thoro is u man in tho Kunsu3 penitentiary
who has followed Greeloy's advice, although
lie took ti longer timo nnd a moro
tortuous routo than tho Rrent editor ever
anticipated. As a buy lia serrcd a terra hi
tho Now York reform school. He then
went to SinK Sing for lwo yr for stealing.
Not liking thto faro ho went to Harris-burg,
T'a., whero ho was soon cared for and
senitntlH I't'iiusylVtUiia penitentiary. Ho
then wrv d tonn Hucoosslvcdy iu tho Ohio
ixuiituutiu.'y, tho Michigan State's prison
and tho Southern Indiana penitentiary,
from which last named place ho naturally
drifted into the Joliet prison of Illinois,
serving his timo, aud then ho camo to
whero his industry was soon rewarded
by u sentence to tho Kansas penitentlury,
whero ho is now digging coal for tho Stato.
Ho will next try tho Jlisfcouri prison at
A 111(7 IluKota Count)-.
Tho editor of tho Gr'uo County (D. T.)
Courltt callu attention to tho fuet that
Griggs Cyuiity contains room onough to
teat tho ontiro population of tho globe in
within Its limits, allowing each
person a space of thirteen Bquaro feet. Tho
county linn an urea of 720 oquuro miles, or
over 20,000,000,000 square foot, nnd tho
world's population is about 1,500,000,000.
Tho uotual population of tho enmity i'l 3,000.
A Hlitinp ut a I'tix Hunter.
Alonzo Bowman, near I.owndovillo, 8. C,
is a great fox hunter.- Ho hu3 a pat Bheep
that Htya with his bounds. Tho other day
tho sheep ran through tho raco with tho
dogs. Avium tho fox wiw caught tho fiheep
stepped up, Kiucllod'tlit fox and butted it.
POINTS FROM ABROAD.
It is said that tho population of Northern
China Is sufllolontly numerous to overwhelm
Europo by mero forco of numbors.
Tun competition of Germany is said to bo
Boriously affecting tho export tradoof England,
particularly iu tho lino of cotton
Is tho Austrian provinces n drunkard is
regarded as a criminal and heavily fined
mid imprisoned for two months,, A third
offense secures to tho offender u heavy
The templo of .Tuggonath, tho prototypo
of tho car of Juggernut, in tho ruins of
Hampl, India, Is visited by 300,000 pilgrims
u year. Tho templo Is symbolical of U4 raco
that has passed from history.
Such a thing iw a nowsboy Is nover met
with in tho streots of l'aris. Tho
of that city aro sold at llttlo stands
called klosqucs which uro scattered along
tho bouloyards. Theso news stands nro
generally presided over by dames of ancient
Bolivia Is said to bo richer in mineral
wealth than any country in tho world. Tho
mining process In voguo thero Is vory primitive,
yet thero havo been millions of dollars
worth of precious metals mined. Tho annual
export of mineral wealth is estimated
AccouniNO to an English journal over
bIx tons of diamonds, valued at JSOO.OOO.OOO,
wero obtained during tho last few years
from four African mines alone. Thero aro
also valuablo diamond fluids in India. Efforts
havo of lato been tnado to introduco
diamond cutting In England.
Tun subject of a railway
Is being discussed by tho Capo Government.
Tho borders of tho Orango Free Stato aro
already closoly approached by a road from
Capo Town toKimberly, and tho Government
will dovoto m,000,000 to tho extension
of tho lino for four hundred miles.
Americas firearms aro held in high rc
puto In Europo. Tho Germans sought to
convert their old arms into repeating rifles,
on tho plans of American gunsmiths, but
without success. Tho French havo also
adopted American patterns and havo purchased
tho machinery for their manufacture.
Tuc lobsters aro growing so scarce in Canadian
waters that tho commissioners appointed
by tho Dominion Government recommend
that all lobster fishing bo prohibited
in the Gulf of SU Lawrence for tho
next three years, savo for six weeks next
season, to enable the packers to work off
their surplus stock of cans, eta
The cultivation of tobacco In Syria is de
creasing year by year, owing to tho ob
stacles thrown in tho wav of tho irrowcra
reservoir for their water supply.
A traveleii Iu Morocco ono day asked a
prison keeper what tho punishment with
tho bastinado was like. By way of reply
tho koeiKjr produced a man who was
fastened, faco downward, to tho floor, aud
beaten upon tho soles of his bare feet. It
turned out that tho victim was innocent of
any offenso and was simply tortured byway
AVith tho aid of scionco even tho Desert
of tho Sahara is becoming inhabitable, and
colonization is encouraged. Tho Lower Sahara
is an immense basin of artesian waters,
and tho French aro forming fresh oases
with skill and success, so that tho number
of cultivated tracts Is increasing rapidly.
After a period of thirty years
oases havo 13,000 inhabitant, 120,000 trees
between ono and seven years old, and 100,-000
Vekt little drunkenness appnars on tho
BUrfaco in Kussia, where tho kind of brandy
known as vodki Is consumed to au enormous
extent. It is tho drink of all, from tho infant
to the old people, who uttnin in that
country an extraordinary age. Iu the wholo
Itussian Empire, with no less than SO.OUO of
their number dying annually, a third part
of the obituary aro upward of SO years of
ago; 000 aro above 100 years of ago, from
GO toCiaro above 1 .JO jears, 20 are upward
of I'M years, S aro more than 135 years of
age, and 2 or 3 aro reckoned on to reach
from 140 to 155 years.
Ir scparato vessels bo reserved for tho
cooking of onions and fish thero will bo no
danger of other food becoming tainted
Itun tho rollors of tho wringer with kerosene
when they become sticky, after which
wipe them dry. This makes them smooth
An onion flavor sometimes accompanies
honey. This conies 1 10m tho bees frequenting
onion fields. Tho flavor will lcavo tho
honey after a few weeks.
A good starch for calico is obtained by
wetting flour with, very warm water tho
day boforo using. For uso add boiling
water and cook ns starch.
A roisoxocdoxidoof zino is formed by
tho action of water upon gnlvunizcd Iron,
therefore pails of thin material should uot
bo usoil for drinking-water.
Ciucks in a stove aro easily filled by
making a paste of wood n&hos uud salt
mixed with wator, nrtl applied wheu tho
stovo is cool. It noon becomes hard.
Eoos may bo preserved by carefully oiling
them over with a soft brush and packing
thorn in jars with bran, and tho jar closely
covered with thick brown paper.
AA'hen' u dark colored carpet begins to
look dusty it asy bo freshened by brushing
over WKUUbpango wrung oat of water In
which hiu bten mixed u fow drops of ammonia.
No puiuox should run about sleeping-rooms
or into halls from bed in bare feet.
Air currents aro constantly iu motion near
tho floor, nud cU'Cjlatiou ia move easily retarded
in fe j' and legs than noar tho heart.
A tail or tub of f reah, cold water, renewed
several times ha tho courso of twenty-four
hours, will absorb ad tho evil odor
of froah paint in a di-.y or two. Tho
taste of the water after nu lwuv will prove
tho thoroughness of its work.
AV nss annoyed by rocche3 proceed in this
manner to exterminate th:a s Take a deep
round china dlah, have it psrfectly clean ;
put about two tabjcapsonfa's of molasses In
tho bottom, beln 'j caroftil uc: to opill any
on tho sides of tao veei, then put a towol
round the top, not over it, kiting it rest on
tho floor, so: In tha placo n.Ci;:!y infested
A novel metllod of rasnortaf gicaso from
cloth, woolen or alii goods, and especially
upplicablo to goods of a Colgate toxturo
whoro tho color lu easily it;jv.r,d, to tho uso
of potato water. Orate ths potatoes to a
pulp anil add wator to tho usxvnt of n pint
to a pound. Lot it stund, nnd when clear
pour off all but ths potato &cduntmt at tho
bottom. ThU la to be applied with a cloan
liiiun rag, and follbwad by tho uso of a
suittU r.tnoun; cl eptrit3 of wire.
' , " .ti; in jr. in 1 1 r 1 1 1 1 wi wm sawss iwi qi MissuSyni i"'i ivi ' iii 1 -.L.
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SCRIPS AND SCRAPS.
Mil. Itown nud Miss Mann wore recently
married In n AVuatorn town. It was said to
havo been quite u affair.
Tiik was tho Invention of a
woman. It is insinuated that tho Inspiration
ueeompauled n desiro to bo squeezed on
ull sides at once.
Minisikh's Daioiitku "Say, papa, does
Ood tell you what to wrltoi" Minister
"Yes, dear, why do you nsk 1" "Oh, causo
1 want to know why you scratch so much
The ilnjs ot Clirlbtmas past wero light nnJ
Ami Christmas futuro will bo qulto as pleasant;
But each nnU cvory pretty Miss will any:
"I'll try unit bo content with Christmas present,"
Tnn forco of habit Is alwavs strong. A
Baltimore young mnn who was calling on
n streetcar conductor's daughter says that
tho father wandered iu at n rather lato
hour, and, opening tho parlor door, mechanically
exclaimed: "Sit close, pleasol"
In giving primary lungungo lessons a
teacher wrote upon tho blackboard tho
words "Ingram," "Brussels," "Wilton,"
nnd requested 'her pupils to wrlto each a
sontenco containing ono of theso wonls.
Ono boy dlsplajed his ingenuity us follows:
"A hedge-hog has brussoH on his back."
FntsT DocToit "Busyl" Heeond Doctor
"Yes, almost worked to death." "So
ami. It will bo two months boforo tho
peoplo returning from their health-getting
trips will quit sending for the doctors."
"That's a fact. If it wasn't for theso health
resorts wo would havo to go out of business."
"John," said a furmer's wifo, "nforo wo
start for homo I think I'd ought to havo
that tooth pulled out. It's ached tho hull
day." "I know, Marlar," replied John,
dubiously, "but by tho timo we get thut jug
filled, and tho plug torbacker, wo hain't
goln' to havo much loft to spend on luxuries."
On, 'tis Jolly In the winter, time of frollo and
Of its round of glad enjoyments few tho
hearts Hint never tire;
But I've noticed that all praising of the sea-sun
soon is done,
When a fellow In the morning has to monkey
with the tire.
An old-fashioned Massachusetts doctor Is
said to bo tho possessor of a board, upon
which ho has laid out for burial four do-ceased
wives. Wifo number fivo thought
to convert tlio Doarti Into an Ironing-table,
when sho was deterred by a dau ; liter of
tho doctor, who exclaimed: "Oh, don't
take that; father lays his wives out on
Mas. Lo.NOBtix " AVhat Is your opinion of
this affair, Mr. Saw-tuff
1" Mr. S.-" Wa-al, really, Mrs.
I pay very littlo uttention to tho matter,
but I should say that, while Shakespeare
might havo been a rash man, if ho
wrote all that to him, Bacon,
in tho samo placo, would havo boon a
Hr.it tresses wero of nn unmistakable
giving them a parting pat, preparatory to
goiug lonn 10 mo meuior, wnon nor escort
appeared at tho door, und exclaimed:
" L'omo nn. rcnilvf" Willi imlf'nmtum nn
Inph ilnnn nit hnr f.itr fTotnnw -,. r. t
tnrti. 'ukip. r m j.w.i., '.,, i
Roddy's sister, and you will plcaso favor
us with your ubsonce." Alas, that on n
hair, as 'twere, hang tho destinies of fond
Ax infallible remedy for
Take ono pound of understanding, half n
pound of resolution, u quarter of a pound
of dislike, and two ounces of mulico; mis:
them well together, and sot them over a
slow Are of hatred. Strain them clear
jitjiii mo urcjfs oi niuiuiiciiuiy; put mum in i
tbobottlo of your heart; cork them down
with a cork of sound judgment. Then let
them remain fourteen days iu tho water of
STRANGE TO RELATE.
Ix Windsor, Conn., there Is u blind man
who is regarded ns ono of tho best wagon
painters in the land. Ho does all kinds of
work but striping and is an expert iu detecting
flaws iu tho wood that havo been
A max in Texas ono day took off his overcoat
and laid it on a log whero ho loft it for
somo time. Ho wore tho coat homo aud
hung It up. Next day, wheu about to don
tho garment ho discovered that a ground
rattlesnake had its headquarters iu ono of
A citizkx of Nornstown, l'a., has un upright
clock over a century old which for
yours has not kopt time. Numerous
havo worked upon it unsuccessfully.
Tho othor day it started iu nn unaccountable
manner and has been keeping correct
time over since.
A imucticai. philanthropist of Philadelphia
has sjient considerable monoy in trying
His idea Is to give tho poor a chanco to buy
chicken. Tho business has been j
able, tho losses being threo hundred dollars
in tho past year.
Ax account Is given by u gentleman sojourning
near Rlploy, Ten n., of u singular
discovery in tho neighborhood of cotton-wood
trees, that, when tapped, give out a
good quality of soda wator. Sovoral gallons
of tho Iltiid havo been drawn from ono
tree, und it is said to bo palatable nud refreshing.
A stiiaxoij combat took placo between
two New Jersey farmers tho other day.
They quarreled oir tho question of superiority
of thoir respective rams, nud
wound up by each riding his rain against
tho other in u butting match. Tho men
butted as well as the unlnnib and each suffered
serious iujary, una ono of tho rams
A mule, during tho great flood in April,
1SS0, iu Autauga County, Ala., floated with
the tido uud lodged in the branches of an
oak tree near tho McNeil Smith landing.
AVhen tho waters went down tho uiulo was
left lodged In tho tree. The bonus nnd skin,
dried out by tho wind nnd Hiinshinu, aro
thero yet, und at u distance still look exactly
like a live mulo hanging In tho tree.
A Indian in tho Dead rlvor
region iu Maine lias domesticated a hugo I
moose, and ubob him iu tho farm work. In '
tho winter, when tho moose is hitched to a j
sled nnd driven upon tho be, there is no
horso In tho country round ubout which can !
keep up with him. Tho half-breed turns
his big steed into uu enclosure with a fouco
of ordinary height. Onco in a whilo tho
moose jumps out nnd goes on an excursion,
but, us ho never fails to return, tlda
Is not begrudged him.
A cah was lately lost on tho Union Paclfio
railroad in a singular mannor. A special
trcight, running passenger timo, broko in
two on n hill r.nd tho front section ran
around a sharp curvo so fast that It whipped
olt tho roar car, flUca" with cuolco Chinese
silks, Into tho gulch, whoro It disappeared
from sight iu Lie heavy bruih. Tho break
was bo clean tjn'. tho two sections wero
coupled togathe:'. without tho single car's
ubsenco bjlax noticed. For two mouths
that car lay thra whllo tho outiro road was
baing searched high nnd low for it, its location
behig jr.I!y brought to light by u cow-driver
W C ROYAL MK'.13JJ
Thlit pwiler rifltrr Trli. A mrTl ol purity,
trentb uJ w holranciviipu. 'More
thin thi onllnnrjr ktml, tint ritu not Ih talo
compvtlton with the multltuiUof tow toil .ihon
wrlgtit -'lint or nniMpliAtf iocitr. S.only lu
nun. HOT A I. I1AKINH rOWDKH L.
liifi vv strwt. Nnw York
WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE,
WALTON BROS. . -
HI to of Stage, 20xNl. Kluht complete sou of Venn
ery Mating capacity, mciuaiL'K Knry, )
ratM to iik! attrartlom.
An epoch Iu tho history ol American politics
that promises rcrtoti and radical clmtifica lu
tho post and present schemes of tho
, IlUVCrS Mill Sellers Ol LeglSirt
tion anil Political Favor.
Of wealth produced. fC per cent. to the non-
producer and "JO ih.t cent, for Mi actual pro-
.duccr is the unequal division between
CAPITAL AND LABOR.
Tho Labor Field has been carefully kept open
for nil comers, and promlH'tious Immigration
not only cnconraKl. hut the very worst forvlcu
pauper labor has bwn contracted for and
Inonlertaatcompctltlon would cheapen
tho cot of labor nnd force It to accept any prlco
ollered. while KVKUV AVKSl'K OK
HAS I1KEN EKKECTfAl.LY C'MMKn
IX TUB INTEIHWTS OK AND
MANTKACTl'ItEItS, COItPOlLVTIONd AND
CAPITAL. Thus It Is, tho
Rich Grow Richer and the Poor Poorer
A Money Power has dictated legislation and
tho administration of justice, both Hate and
National, to bitch n extent as to render tli
Elective. Franchise a nullity, it not a farce, and
elected otUclals mero figure-heads.
TRUE TO ITS PAST HISTORY,
The editorial paeo of THE ENQl'IKEK wilt
present ft review oi mo pum, me aim vi-
lects. Icadine tin to the present stato ol primary
disruption iniifcerlesof truthful, exhaustive and
nrilrtiui that will linw who and
where and when originated the infamous class
Durinjt Mich n crisis a aubIllzed press,
speeches and politicians so
deraonillc the public mind that a reliable exponent
.men as THE KNQIMHER IS AN A1ISO,
i.l'TE NEI'ESSITV WITH KVKItY VOTEIt OK
WHATSOEVER 1'AUTY. CREED OR KAtTH
WHO VALUIM HIS JIORAE AND
RIUHTd WORTH 1'UESEIIVINO.
THE ENQUIRER will ntnnd without n peer.
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and produce. Its market report will bo
found full, reliable, extensive, and of very
latestdate from every commercial center Vtbllti
in size nud quantity of reading matter It Is
cnunl to two of tho ordinary ones, nil of which,
end other excellent feature, make It tho
Largest, Best, and Cheapest
Paper iu tho Country.
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Onecojiy, ui montlH. a
JOHN R. McLEAN, Proprietor,
Who do not tako tha Herald nail l'rrv.
Hamplo copy of tbut paper aud a beautiful
Calendar for 1888
Hlze i'iit'i Inches.
Or semi names and mlilren.ni ot ten or morn
J'resbyterlHiia of illdureut funilllen wlio do
not uow take tho paper, nnd rereitx tha
and namplccopy free. Hrnilnliiiiic.
lention namoof church and pastor, and Hjr
whaiATiu anur ttd. Alitre
HtltAI.I A.MI IMtKKIIYTRIt,
178 Elm dTunr, CibiCIM.nati, 0
This Is Kijoollff tha pulillo tbnt we lll rji.t yrr
mit anr hunting or any other lrmslMj on cur
furoif, but wwtll puuUri tny pers in or cerMiu
so trespslniE to the. fiilctnnt I tho li,
Uot. , 1847. .1,1 . M ! KM.K.
A. V W .Vf,
MT. VJSRNON, KY.
This old and Hotel Is still main-
tslilnttlts Una reptttstlon. Charges reasonable
Upeclalatteatlon to the triTpllng public ,
Ji. V. XKtff.OJUt, I'to'i.
Ml. Vrrnon, Ky,
Livory, Training, Feed,
SALE STABLE !
Ravin rented the staliloou Depot street, I am
prepared to train and break lioraes mi reatoiithle
terms, Couuty Court day trsdn eollcltixl.
Jff.V II. tV.I Ki'KXTKH,
403-Ciu. Htanroid, Ky
juix.sr., itiLinio.Mi. ur
J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor.
And clean acd well furnlshod tsVims, thin Hotel
hat uo suparlor. (food rampln rooms attache I,
V 00 er dsy.
H. C. JOHNSON,
THE BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
Is now prepared with a ifod stock and an additional
workiutn to do any kind of work In his line
promptly and In the best luaunor. (Ilvo aim a
trial, bbop on Lsmatter street. (177)
TRAINING STABLE !
1, the undersigned, have In Danville, Ky., a
neatTralnlnit rjtahln, and am prepared to break
aud train horww either to radlluor trot, and tar
to the peoplaof Unoila and a.ljjlnlu counties If
you bave a horxs itist jou wiiu broke, Iraliird or
sold, and will brlux It to m, I will guarantee
will do my bmt with your tuck. you
have a horso you want sold, bring It to me, as we
have the second biet market In the Htate,
M3tf tiAMVKL JOIIXSOX.
Fhotograpbi in all styles &nd tizoa.
Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and
New doslins lu Krsuiut aai Mitsst very low
To tho Citizon of Unooln County:
Having recently equlppol a;flna teller Mill In
the town ol riunforl trat we dely any Mill to
nual Inquallty of dour, we think tha cltlsens ol
ttiecuiinir shiulJ have countr pride 'ioub to
nalroulso and stiitatn the situ tVe with io Inform
whom tt may concern thst we ar In the
n arket u buy your wheat anj corn aud will
give the bli(beat market prb lor tame. We
i avo added some new mschlnery to oar corn mesl
depertment aad csnnow mtke mesl to suit any
person. It csonot be rousled by any other Mill In
this vicinity. We soil it a trial in our dour and
meal department. All having grain In our Hue
lor sale will nleiMcsll at Mill, where our agent
can be found at all times, who will give the best
prices lor same, llratd aid ship nutT always in
stock. l .V. I'OTrN, Huit't,
ttlanlord lloller Mill Co.
Florence Washing Machine.
t have bought the right to soil the Florence
Washing Msrblne and am now prepared to furnish
all who nay wish to save their clothe fru.i the
rubbing and tearing incident u the old proceeso!
washing. Take one and try It aud ho cunvlnted.
I'll not worry you about buying unless you aro
fully satl.fled as lulls merits.
Tbe undersigned, having purchased the Florence
Washing Mscnlne, and alter a thorough trial, we
lake pleasure In adding our tiwtlaiooy as to Its
worth, and without hesitation pronounce It a success
In every particular, doing all that Is claimed
Win. Daugherty, J. W, Wallace, Dr. Hourne,
Mrs.H. I" Halur, A.C Mne, Hill I'eralns Lewis
Dudderar, J. E. Lynn, I. L Dawson, C. Vannoy,
Mrs. Amanda I'esk, (leorge IVyton, Alex
C O Kiel It, t'uu len, i4lm llalnes, K.
E. Barrow, A. M. Feland ami uianv others,
Jl. ' Kl.litX,
Ilesil'jusrters at rJ. H. Myers' store.
Thousands of dollars worth of
chickens die every year from Cholera.
It is more fatal to chickens than
all other diseases combined. Hut the
discovery of a remedy that positively
cures it has been made, and lo be convinced
of its efficacy only requires a
trial. A bottle is enough for
one hundred chickens It is guaranteed.
If, after using two-thirds of
a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly
satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken
Cholera, return it to the undersigned
and your money will be refunded.
DKorsilijby .t rftagg, Htunford.
E. H. BUENSIDE, - Prop
Thiti Old and Woll - Kuowc
Hotol Still Maintains its
Itt Proprietor is Dotormined thv.
It Shall bo riecond to no Country
Hotel in the Stato in its Fare,
Appointments, or Atton-
tion to Comfort of
BtrKagn nlll be eonveyed to and from the '
free of charge, riuerla! tceoinmodatlnm
to Commercial TrBTolcrn. The
alvfays supplied with the choicest
hrandsufLtqccri and dlrara.
MAKES S? t h wj
W1 - gg ail
Should bo need a few months before confinement.
tfnd for book "To M online," mailed free.
lliuuricui ItiuuLATou Co., Atlanta, Oa.
Shortest and Qalokeit Eoato from Cau
tral Kontuoity to ull Points North,
East, West and Southwest.
-Fast Line Between
LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI
Through tickets and baggage checked to any
itMtlnstlun reached by a railroad.
For full particulars, call on soy agent of the
H K. H. MOILS E, D. A.FKELKY,
(len.l'am. Ageut, Trav. Iass. Agent,
Oivlngton, Er Ieilnalon, Ky
II K. HL'NTINdTON, Itelver.
(leneral titSrrs, Covington, Ky,
Mt atSAsr x CmcAto Rt"
A NEW FAST MAIL
LOITISVIMiK afc CINCINNATI
Dally, secures to travelers
THE MOST RAPID SERVICE
Kver sttempted between the areal commarrlsl clt
leaon the Obis III ver aud t Itlntuo, and he lice
the lasiest time and ci.ii ofstle trains l.
twrrn all jlnts lu the Simth, or ti the HVaf
and ."Siiftliirmt. I he ruul part of this train
on all trui l llnm la deuomlU4lri 77i
The rnllltu nk wm cm-ploy
alvee patrons I'lilhnitf,! VomfHft.
ffAtll CtiuxiD llckei OrlirM iu the Booth
you will dnd our time table and tickets, -ay Jlw
lion, get Mtmon and stick lo Jtonan, If
you want to save money and have a plmtanl Journey.
K. O. MrCOIlMICK,
Oeneral I'sMtnger Agent. Chicago.
City Ticket Aitents aud Othters: .
K. A. IlL'CKHKM, Til Ith Ave., lMllvlllv, Ky.
I. M; Toaaaxcic. tt Vine at., Cincinnati, O
L & N.
Louisville & Nashville It. R.
THROUGH TRUNK LINE
TO Til a
SOUTH & WEST
Pullman Palace Sleepers,
l,llll Itock, ,
MuhilM :enl Nuu OrlemiN.
Only one change to points In
Arkansas and Texas.
Becking homes on tne linn of this road wilt recrlvt
"8ce Agents of thl Company lor rales, routes
Ac., or write
C. t'. ATMOHK, 11. 1'. AT. A..
Xouport 'ow.s A; JUhmImIuiiI Vnllny Co.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO !
Piillmiui C'iitm and Solid Traiiiri
To WnBhinRton, Richmond ncd
Old i'oiut Comfort
To TiOiiisvillo and Cinoiunnti,
Connntlona dlrwt for all points In tho
IN KKKKLTNOV J8, '87. No. 4 Dally
Dally. Kx Kim.
I.ve lxiulsvlllo ' 7 00 p.u, A A0 a in
Arr lxlngion ,1U 85 pin 11 Mam
" Wbltn rtulnhiir hprlngs... ......I
" Cbarioltavllle(V M Juiict) I iJ'Vo pm It 411 m
" Klchinond a w) pin1 X 50 p ?u
Newport Newt III 35 a nn 0 35 pm
"Old Point Comfurt it ou
a iu j 7 oo p iu
" II H'l a in 7 4 p in
" Washlngtou 9 U p III 8 'a p iii
" II U P in ' 11 V5 p m
I'biladclphU ' :i no a IU 3 00 a in
Now York fl ?n a in C 20 a iu
Ij.XltlDlfill lllvl.tnii 'IVi.i. ..... I.- r.. . " . .. '
Mali. Lino o. ilunliVignfi, ru.Vby r 'a"?-'
erntliue, wb.chlsone hour faster thau Centra
11. duller ex.
cept bund.y, leave OIIvh. Mill t 45 ,,',. Mt
7 (Hi u in: arrlvo Lexington 8 M idi ar Ivoit
Cincinnati vh Wlnchestrr 11 35 a w.
No 13, dslly except Htinday. leave Cincinnati
ch?e"A,!,u'lr" yj'fL"" '-,'' 5? -i
"'" """ lu
Columbus 11 17 pm ""
ISO. u, uatty, Ictve Ash ard 7 10a in: arrivuat
Clmr ,..tou II W a, uj Clifton I'orge 7 8 . m
TiXtTX":rUatt,,.d'r.I,Df0r',,tttU,n' "C- " Rt
v. v. wit H II A 31, II. W IU M.Kit,
J.etelvcr. (Jon'l I'uss'r Agl.