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VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1887. NO. 265. "Hare Faith in CoiA" Umler the ii hoo lifeline Mr. II G Kithian, who wa ti e nhiraiirK Ml1" Willie Lilian), write a follow from Hin Hitiir. N, Y , where utie "nil tier pttMchfr li j.imihI Iiiivo located. Deaii Inteihoh You late btu m taitbful to follow me from tiUra to place, during my ManHPllMio life Many, many trunks Now we rrelnca'eil ntS ng Hint; t u 0u beautiful IIihIkoii, hkI I Awl uiyelf WAtchini; fur tour cmilrir W I"vk a ml'fion hern n itl one of iii ile.iwl little bomen, bavini; "pilclm! our lent fur a on." Yet my iiiimI of hi tumi to ilear old Kentucky, my iianve Hale, and with interest I read jour i.ewny ciltimn. You re a rent newjr piprr I think You know I am prejudiced in yoii favor, noi aliiipli lranee 1 aui a Kenluckian, but bcaue you publNh the very inlere".iiuj letter of our beloved Itrother Mirne. to whom I am ureatly attached M ty tl)d the dear, desr "Troupo and fonie clad turn their face eastward One heart, at lea!, will lliitti i;ldly to the liank ( f the Hudson. The Matter leil u lieie and i Mwt'ttly ble a.iiu in in the work, while II' cavern u ail the day loni; with tbu eliadnw of III' wini' Oh bow KHtrt ti ini't in Je im and how u'a.i 1 am to utk for Him Christ Ik all and in all to me (il rv be to bin dear, dear name fort ver. C'eVeUnd ill vim O.nnlix, O .-toiler 'l Mre. C'evelind me of the heiie of the estate there worth foOU.OOO. Younit" uccefiilly jujrforuied the fett of itiuiplnu from a balloon with the aid if a ptrtcbittr, when it w more than 1,000 feet huh. Tqh ith frightful rapidity nd the profeKir wi nearly out of breath when H landed. - Lte Simmon, livlne t Kerryv;l'e, Alabama, on hi. death- bed ronf'ed the murder of hi C iuin 1 I vmm C1. whl II he wa h It l.t fear Old. II ulntx.l t.Ml xinre tbe murder he had never .laid a month in oue pUce Aftr hi death 17 kntte wound were fiu nd tipan hi t)ly. hilu the erar of h wound va upon III ruht auu l'.'llUC tirgan when Joeph wii ld i.itl l-v hi New Orleai 1'iC.Tiine l'llttic criminated long before that. Ha oi r ecleemed Southern oonlemorry i.ever beard hn they were all paired in the ark? -New York W.rld Ktrller even than tint Politic began wtth the iperatic cf a third party in EJen. INew York Hun. A'l wrong I'.ilitie didn't brain until (U'a.ui'n luce, when the ii poke. O .10 politic rem directly traceable to tin event A we'ern clergyman, whoe nalary ba not been paid for evral month, told the triMiee of hi church that he ui'lt have hi money, a hi family were 'tillering fjr 'li- neceiunn o life "Monej"' exclaimed one of the tru.tee noted for hi rtingi ne "luone)' Do you preach for monej? I thought you preached for the good of Ttie. minlter replied: 'Sj I do; but I can'i eat olll And il I roll Id It would take a lnoiind ich a ymr 'o male k lllnal " A convlcietl criminal, who w i accused n( the uifHl oiitrace'iu hearlliwaeiM, that h bad at ltit literi thoughtful enoigh not to it 11. ot uuery upon hi family. ' No wife and ohildren ever fullered by an Hi ltd mine," ho proudly atid. "Ho m ' aked the judge "I never mar reii ' wa t"e LOiii'luiv an.wer. Cruel inilivtilual who torture aniuiai lay ilti'Uieiv liable to punUhtiiMit undrr the fif lowiri; l.tw on the ttitt ln : "Jf anr t hi 'liiiiMi,,4arllr or crilolly beat, torture, ti" r oiherwl mlatreat any bor'e or othr lnai, wnether hi on or t.f unotiier, he be tiaed not exoiedini: ?100" A pickle factory at Frederic ktbur,;, Vt , roncumei :50,000,000 email cucumber; the Kroner average 1200.000 to 1,000,001) eicL; an acre yield 100 000, which will hhII at 50 cent per 1 000 Tney are picked at one i tiLh or little over, I nv an I an active b ty pick 3,000 per dty. It i nfe tn tliuiatn the receipt of the New Yoik ealoon at $o0,000 a year, cue-half cf which at leat come from the 160,-000 men known a the "laborini: inn." The destruction of tiie liq tor ealoon alone would cure four fifth of the poverty in the community. Kt- A true exhibition: Ou I aw a pretty ulrlKOtoit of a hammock to-day. You oasht to have been around. Jack (yawninj; I eaw n Rirl I.L". oulof a hammock once, but there waa nothinu interentini; nbout it. liuu (astotilsheJ) There waon'l? Jatk -No, the wa a Ita'ton tirl H 15. Freeman, of louuiiujro, Oeoruia, ha a moccatln snake that he caught whtn young, placed in a bottle, corked It per fclv air tight and for two year it Iirh bed nothing to eat or drink and in yet alive. Tne corn field in the Dimai riwamp of Virclr.la ore ovdrrun witn heare and pome of the farmer have killed nr captured aev eral in a single night. The Norfolk are well Hiipplied with hear meat. New Jereoy'a Hiate prtou hnlils SG0 of horn 1 10 can neither read nor wilte, A nlpht echnol In boon opened to he in eeeeicin two hi'ine inch evening. 1 VERNON, ROCKCASUECOUMY. An Infant of Dr. Hcorbr died -K. 15. mi! I'. K .Smith took in the city Friday and Saturday The, bun of Uncle 15 ily McClure wo birntd Friday night thought to have brca inendiary. Jeptha Mu lim ha purchased the 15 ir nett (trm netr Lel (ireon Hnd will move to it hort'y. An infant of A.J. I'ike, of the Oiade, din! WeJneadny and wa buried at l'me HillThunday. i. V. Mink ha traded hi blooded alalliou, IliUyar lor the Tummy (i'ntry farm on SknggV creek. K. M. Dnny, who moved to Sjmtrel from Lsvel tireen lat wrek, ha returned to hi old home n it citi. rll with hi new urrounding Tao or three viry detructive loret tire have ben repornd in the ititind Stone and Wo!f Creel: neiL'hborhool within tbu Iat few day, I'ne decorated jug crmsj lia ctruck our villtee and the crzy qnilt lunacy wa a tame alhir compared with the pottery bui nei-i now having audi a run. 1'robibly it i needle' to uiak the but we cu.'i help ciyini that the rain of the lat fe day w glailly w. corned with a wih for more. Look out for L 15. Adam merit in next iui; about large ipiantltle u( evf rvthitig in the good line at lower price iumi ever lfore cold in Mt. Vernon. Jh itireuig wa the only peraon here not ready for the rain. H aid he had hirtd and paid two in.ii tn put b,ihe on b pUce and ihe raio elopped them from the work The Hjokcatle A.'oeiation of Ittp tiM will hold a meeting at Mt IVnl, church on Tueday Sept. '11 and holding three day. All denomination ar cordial ly invilfd -- Daniel Mullin. of iiruh Crek. i vrry low I, typhoid fever and not expected to rrcovtr. A little dauhttr of M. C Miller ami everl other ar reported to have typhoid fvr r. O. H Price gye u a broken piece of lone of a peculiar formation. In a aoltd portion of the atone wv found eolidly iui bedded it nice compact piece of charcoal, netrlv a large at a man' Snger Olmtcad Adam, of limard, wa here Friday. D N. William ha returned from a trip to Vandal!, III., and briuj dry in'ormation T. II. CJay wa with u Sunday K K Thouip'on and wife are veiling Mr Ilragg The wifof Micijaii McKinzie, while rut milking a few evenin? ince. wa run over and ptinfully hurt about the head and f.ce bj two cow that were firfhtinp. It wa thought fir a while that her ekull wb frac lured. She i yet ttite nick from the -hock. Gilll Craig, afir urrounding encti;h pine to make himself forget which one of the biyi he wa. marled home on hi horeo He went but ahort distance when he tumbled to the ground and w. picked up aoinewhat brtiiced am! dii'ty. He wan hbio to at nightfall Sims of Uio boy made thing rather lively in loe eat end of town Thursday uight. Only three were knocked down within as many econd Tho coroner put in bis appearaucc and threw old upon the troubled waier and all ijuiellv depart ed with their more or Ir hruieed head - O ib d.ty lt week two eirange women, ..lie eirrying a biby, ctlled a! the bonne ol William Kipicr, mile ouih of town and asking Mm. K for a dipper to get mine water at a epring ntiir Ihe houe. handed me la'iy to Mr. H with ihe that he hold it until ir.ey procured the water Tne women thon deliberately walked rfl and liave not luen eeen rince. The btby, a liltlo blue eyed girl about eigh: day old, i being taken car.' cf and Mm. II ay he will adopt il. TheiiWio in copying from the CoBumieio HMka of Oovcrnor Huckneii 6rt pardon being iHitied to Algie Kub. a Liulville tough, who was mi ex Confederate ent up for two year for slabbing an ex Federal when the truth of the matter is Kut wa a Federal Mjldier and it a republic tn to lUy. These piper will have to try ncsru. IVhibly they will mention Iluckner'r onil pirdou, Ihe one iued to Frank of Louiaville, 28 year of age, and pojibly ibey can how him iij a an ex Itibel npy. The telegraph brought u the ad of the death of J D Cnandlr r. at Lebanon, last Thursday Thin informt tion aaddened many hutrta throughout the uiniiiitain, where "Dick" bad been doiug most of bin travelling ne a drummer for ihe ht eeven yesrn ami where he wa always a welcome ueat. He wa for eewial years iipenntendent of the Pine Hill Coil Co', works In thie county and discharged hie du Ilea to the aitUfaclion of all After the work 1 1 teed there he engaged with Suiclille A Owen, a Lomvil.o choe huue, h enletimau, with whom he remained until the time of hin donth and bad worled up a large trade for hi employers who fully appreciated his tinny good qualities as a salesman and a eentlemiti, Dick was an open, freehearted ud generous man, who never rtfiued sii auce to iltcso in dittretaor in need; of a auuay friendly ture and in hi varioii traveling route he had probably more warm friend and ac ipaintancr than any mn in hi line. We knew him intitntlely and hearing of hi untimely taking oil ha thrown over u that peculiar incxplainalde adne which call to our mind tbu uncertuintie of tlna life and warn lit of the fact that we know not but it will b our time next, our bt friend, to go. OARHARO COUNTY OEPARTMiNl. Lancaster. Circuit Cjurl uloeel here Ut Satui- dy. The flrct thing we kcow tlnr i goiuK to be a coal famine in Lmcaler. Died, on Sundtv, ol Uux, Matiie, the infant daughter of ii. O and Mi'tie Mr Lean, of thi county. The only way I can account for the extreme circity of new tin A. M i that Col. M. D. Hughet must ba7e il corneied. Tne drouth appear to be over, good ehowei having (ulleo in thee region on Siturday lat. May we never have another, I pray. The lomains of Dudley Caneliey, who ws fhot and killed in your county I tit week, were ehipped from this point to Covington yesterday for burial at that place. Tbe people living nn the extension of Water Htreet, in Yorktown, are grumbling nu acconut ol the mud. List waek it wa the dust. Wtien will everybody have thing just a they want them. Miiwe Maggie and Mary Miller left on Sunday for Kussellville, where they will attend chool. Kav. Dr. McKee, of Din-ville, filled the pulpit of tbe Presbyterian church on Sunday. Samuel 15. Iltrri, jr., epeul the Sabbttb in Louisville. The death of Dick Chandler wa the caue o' much regret here. No mtn had made more friend than Dick in tin city. He w alwaj the Mine and cirried with htm wherever he went. We ehail not soon loot upon hi like again. DRIPPING SPRINGS. Dkau Intkriok and am buck at the Sprinr, to day to ope in the cottage for eome familie wbo will occupy them a couple of weeks, and now I wish to sty a word about that "item" that is goiog the rounds of the pre saying "I wore the same coal when I wa biptiz'd that I had on when I killed the negro " Whether otaited by friend or foe, witii good or evil intent, I cire a little Lr it a I do for kill the negro, and I c&re as little for that a I would for killiDg a mad dog. I have neyer suffered one mftmenl' uneannec or regret over it. I knew then, a I know now, that I was not only justified in tbe sight of man, but also in the ight of God. I am no fighting man. I never raie a fuss. I only keep order about me and defend my self when it becomes necessary. I am a christian, and I praise the Lord and Broth er Uirnet for it, but I am not one of the sniveling, long faced, hypocritical kind, and I can lead the dance all the week and tiien teach a clas jut a a I could shoot a man who was utijuttly trying tn kill me. 0.ir "latest arrival," Mist Haz 1 Kirk, is oue of tiie ueatest, nicest little ladies we htve bad with u for many a day. Sbe is gettiug along linelt; also the mother. We go lo P.tinl Lick and Muddy Creek for the winter, where I will open a new stock of goods at either pUcsabiut tho ltt of Ojt., but will be with you at Dripping Spring "when the ro'es coma again." Till then farewell Kj'pt., D. U. Sl.AXOHTr.R RELIGIOUS. Yoterdy was the Jewish new yetr CO IS Kev P O K'eoiu is holding a protracted meeting at New Haven. The Conference at Covingion will start out ten new preachers this time. A neat and tasty Methodist church wao dedicated to the Lord at "Williamsburg Sunday. We have a straight tip that Kev. Morris Krone will be eent to preach for the cliurcl. here. Kiv. F. I). Hile is conducting a meeting at Ljwiburg, Mason county, which hid resultel in 32 additions ut last Four churches at Millersburg have acried to give $10,000 to establish n union school there, it the Kentucky Wesleyan should be removed. A very successful revival, conducted by Kev. E O Guerraut, assisted bv Kev. Uihert Ttiompton, of Minhiga , ha been inprorcM uiTrov, in Woodfoid county, during the pit ten diys. TLey have bad 100 additions, most ot whom were received into tbe church Sunday. -Ry. Dr. Hirvty Glass tendered hi resignation at the FiMt Presbyterian chutch last Sjnday morning, owing to bad health. He, think of j luniiux for awhile in California. Dr. Glass' congregation will be grieved to have to give him up, as a better or mure christian gentleman cannot be found to till tho field where he has labored so faithfully for years. -Richmond Register. Twenty-four pereons were killed aad a number fatally wounded by an express train dashlnc into a train full of excursionist going to the Douciater race, .England. Seventy persons were injured in all THE SOMERSET FAIR Tne third annual exuibition f this, one of the best Fairs in the State, proved eten a greater than it predecessors which isaying a good dial. The finest 'lock in tni scl!nn of the Sta'e wasshown there and thy rscs, threo or four each day, wire n special feature, being by far the uvm tiitereniing the writer has setn at the ten fair ne ha thi season. Ev eryihing went like dock work and not a hitch nor a disturbance of any kind was netr. at all. The crowd wis lare each day but on Friday, the last day, they teemed lo hitvo come Irom all fjinrler of the globe. The two large amphitheatre could not begin lo furnish even standing room and pm on the fenc that surrounds the race course sold abjve ptr C.tpt. Ssm IJaone, the Secretary, John II. Waddle and John Wocdcock director and Nath Woodccck, mtna.'.r of tbe races, were especially kitd lo the visitor, devoting all of the.r spare time to them and a one of tbe guests I acknowledge with thank the numerous favor shown me. Stanford was repretenled by a Urge crowd of both Udie and gentlemen, all of whom bad a most excellent time and it i sincerely hoped by the Stanford "crowd" that they can some day ehow their appreciation otherwise than by thanks The hop which wa to come oil Tnursday evening was postponed indefinitely owing to the death of Prof. Iljrden, the father of Mr. John lijrden, one of the young gentle men cooiMsing the floor committie The evening was passed oil none Holes pleas antly becuue of the postponement for the Somerset boys had already seen that etch visitor was supplied with company and some of the boy went to far a to break their owu engigeajent for their guest' pleasure. With one accord ihe give three cheer for the boys, and they were the whole lot, wbo were untiring in their tflorl in making us bnve a strictly A 1 time. Mr. A. A Lewis, editor of the Republican, showed enterprise and energy in getting out a daily during the Fair, chuck fnll of news and a full report of the Eair. E. C. W. The Democrat is not fighting battlts over a?ain, but it does ol jct to that hypocrisy which pretuid to bslieve that all those who voted for the third party candidates were friend of temperance, while those who voted against them were the friends of whisky. If the prohibitionist were opposed to the persouel of the democratic candidate, if they were tired of democratic rule in the county, if they wanted to rebuke politician and political methods it is certnlnly the manly course to stand up and say so, and not to oiler as a basis of their ac'ion what had very little to do with it actual State prohibition An intelligent public sentiment may swallow a small dose of political deception, but itmut draw the line nt the sought to be produced upon tbe minds of innocent people by placing God, the prohibition pirty and republicans on one side, and democrats, whisky and thodevil on the other. Dsmocrat. Tni is what a transgressor has brought on hi family: It would seem that the sad condition of alfiirs in the family of John J Cornelian would excite the sympathy of the entire State. To-day the household i broken up and the house closed, the children arc taken ch.irjo of acd given homes by kind friends aid relatives, while the wife and mother i taken to a private sanitarium in Indiana to ba treatel for a mind disease. Tnis is a fad ending indeed of a trouble that ba so long disturbed this com munity We h"pt for a ep?dy restoration of Mn. C'jrnelison's mind and a happy re unit n of this Mllxtcd family. fMl. Sterling Grzette. Richmond Circuit Court convened with 7 murder case?; six bond for feiture; 23 otdinarv appearances, 09 old niuity cases and 17 equity app3arsnce Nelson Gay purchased from Messrs. Milton Covington, James Tribble and Dr. Hocka-day, 72 head of 2 year old cattle nt $15 12 per cwt. Fire along the railroad have done much damage in tho county, Senator John D. Harris lost seventl huudred panels of fence and others have suffered in that line. Register A Boston physician tell of an attack of hay fever that wa airssted by the patient breaking hi leg. Hay fever victims who go several hundred mile from home to escape tbe diseae should cut this out and paste it on their handkerchief. If breaking a leg fails to effect a cure in some cape', breaking tho neck would be certain tn go right to the "pot. Ilswarejof imitations. The story that nature had invented a worm which would eat steel rails is contradicted by science fortunately for the rails. The worm of the still remain at the top of the heap. That fellow can eat n farm, Jersey City Areti. He (at States Hotel hop, Saratoga) "Are you fond of dancing, Mies Diamond-bedecked?" She "On, passionately, but in this wirin weather one does get so het up!" The piople who think there is nu canned fruit In the country tn speak of, should amuse theuigilvet by trying lo "corner" tho Journal Florence Washing Machine. t hare bntiKht the right to sell the Florence Waablog Mictilne anil am uow preparil to furolab all who may wlh lo v their clothe froi the lUbtilmtaDd tiarliu Uicldtut to tlieoM proceiwoi waililntf. Take one Mil try it ami lie convlnceil. I'll not worry you iliout buy-In,; unless you are lull satlifiedaa tutu merit. , .11. '. Vf HIS, ' Hej'lquarter. at M. H. Myers' More: E. H.FOX, I'JKOTOGRtAlMKJHSfi, IIAXVILLE. KY. Has removal to lilteWaat naw hulMIn; opposite tbe pst ltl :oanJ Is than Q7er to Rrrjuiniilate the public with tint picture from i'aolorpui to life t i Hiilslacllon Livery, Training, Fcc(1,;itx.aymi. AND SALE STABLE! HaTlng rtnte.1 the stable on Depot street, I am prepared to train nnd l;rak horses on reasonable terms. County Court day trade sollcltM. J MIX It. t'AKVV.XTEIl, 03-Gm, btauluid, Ky. -I ' LONDON. KY. F . B. RILEY, Proprietor. Thoroughly mid throughout. Fare nml roiisoiinlilo prlrfs. Iay anil night I lulus nre met liy polllc of IIiIh popular Montr. '207-Om. WILLIS HOUSE, 3U1X ST, IIICIIMO.M) KV J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor.! tFor a goal Table .i,wn.r.i n r.ni.h,.i ,. .m. iin..l , bai no tuporlor. Good ram pie rooms attached. irritates u 00 ir day. i THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, lOlt. 2D A ST.S , LOUISVILLE, - - - KY., , ,. , ,, . A. I'. JjlOrjt?, 1'rop. . Stroot Cars pass tho Hotol for all) Dopots, The Exposition, Race Courao, and all placos of intorost. Special ratos to Merchants and Commorcml Mon. U'J.OO l'Jillt DAY. NOTICE. To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: HiTlm: recently eoulppcJ n fine Iloller Mill In the town ot Mutifirt trat we defy any Mill to cjual inquallty of (lour, we think tbe citizens ot the county should hare ounty pride enough to rutroolze nnd sustain the same iVe with to whom it may concern that we are In tbe n arkcl to buy your wheat and corn and will always giro tho hlghestiuarknt price lor tame. We i are added some new machinery to our corn meal depar. limit nnd cinnow make meal to suit any pert in. It cannot be Hiualcd by any other Mill in this vicinity Wo soli it a trial in our lhurani meal department. All having grain lu our Hue lor sale will please call at Mill, wtiero our agent can be found at all times, wbo will gire the best prices lor same, brand ard khlp stud always in stock. If. .V. VOTIH, ttuit't, 2.51 tit.iulord Koller Mill Co. Notios of Atuoudmont TO Articles of Incorporation. The undersigned amend the articles of (corporation of the Stanford Roller Mill Company, adopted Feb. 1", 1SS7, and ou that diy tiled for record in the C prk'solllee of I.incaln county, Ky , as I. Tbe Capital ritock ot said Cnupany ahull bo forty thousand dollars. II. The corporation shall at no tlma incur a debt exceeding twenty six thou iin J six hundred and fllty dollars. W.O. WULC1I, G. A. LACKUV, S. II. SHANKS, H. ri. WITHERS, FOItKjTUSItEID. THOS. KOSfKR. A3STTER' -CHICKEN- Cholera Cure ! 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 to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A 50-cents 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. IiAKEIGE ! ! I will illrr to regular cattouien In HtanlorJ ami vicinity urery morning at Two CenlH Per Pouiiil. Acconnta duo at the close of each month or when customer quits. n e. ha n now. I am dally opening an elegant tin of Spring and cummer jimiuerj, inciuuing ail The Latest Novelties of the Season. I Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars I and Cutis iliichtng, Corteu, Uuitlo. etc. You will find me at the rooms lately vacated by dull . le A Warren, next door to tho Myers House. lGJ.2in HATE UVIHHUl III. JAS II. OIVK S, hotary Public. AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 311 Fifth Street, X.OUISSVIJL.33, - - ICY. Itojias 5 and 8. Croiale Hlock PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. 112 A; 1.1 West Mnln Htreet. 203-Cm HOTS J; MT VERNON, KY. TtUsoM and well-known Hotel Is still main- tilnlng He Bi;o reputation. Charge reasonable Special f ttcutiuu to tho trTelinS public. Jl P, XEIVIHfJtll, Pto't, in Mt. ernon, Ky. P.. S.MARtl.l. JNO. M. PERKIMS. BaoDHKAD, Ev., May, IsST. Albright .t Mtrtln beg to Inform their many fnnds and customers ol lie change In tlrin name lu niJLirnx a PEiiicixs. Tne new firm bopa not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to make many Improvements lu the manufacture ot tobacco which win ue 10 tne loieresi 01 our customers. ve win devote spec al attention to our Natural I?af brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thankln,: you for past fatorsand atking lor a continuation of your trade, weremain, ,,..... 5'Cui 31.1 it it A v l't.Iilil.fi. DK.I.S.UUltDETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD. KY. H.is lia 1 .r xperkn e ot orer fifteen years, and has aurceMfuli treated hundreis of cases Special attention is given to the treatment of all theejes. Name and address ot patients cured given ou a apll atlon If desired. 2.'0-Gm. EAST! Mexican Mustait! Linimsnf Sciatica, Scratches, Contracted Lumbago, Sprains, Musclei, Rheumatism, Strains, Eruptions, Barns, Stitches, Hoof Ail, Scalds, StiifJoints, Screw Stings, Backache, Worms, Bites, Galls, Swinney, Braises. Sores, Saddle Galls, Banians, Spavin Piles. Corns, Cracks, THIS COOD OLD STAND-BY Accomplishes for everybody exactly what isclalmed f Tit Oneof the reasons for tho great popularity ot tho Mustawt Liniment is found lu Its EvcrybodynecdSHurh a medicine. The I.uuibermnu nccda it lu caso i r nccldent. Tho IIoiikow Ifo needs It for generdlfnmllyu? Tlu Cuiinlrr needs It for his teams and bU men Tho Mechanic needs It always on hi work bench. Th o 31 lncr needs It In cao of emergency. The without li The farmer need It lu hU home, hi stabt. and his stock) ard. Tho Jstenmboat man or tho Ituiitiiinn need It tn liberal supply nfloat end ashore. i Tho needs It-It It M l't friend and aofent reliance. The needs It-It will aave l.lm thoutands of dollars nnd a world of trouble. Tho Itiilliondiniin needs it and will need It - ! long a tils life la a round of accidents and dangers. Tho HncUavoodiiiinu needs It. There Is Ingllke It as an antldoto for tho danger to life. . limb and comfort which surround tho pioneer. ' Tho Mcrebnut needs Uabout till store amonj hi employees. Accidents will happen, and when ' these come the Mustang liniment U wanted at once. KoopaUotllotiitlieHo"e im"' economy. Keep a Hottle In tho Factory. ItslmmndUte use In case of accident saves pain and los ot wage Keep a Uottlo Aliiylii tho Mnblo for use tvbcu wunted. OEHTRAL UNIVERSITY RICHMOND. KY. r.tciilty Eleven i.f Miidir II. ultby lot ltd n in tho betrt u; lltiitf (Inn Uctlued mid hn.pit.ibli( Mixlenitn np.'ii"i', m) t tJl'L AtteudiiKO Ut tchIuii Zki, fruiu .stte. htTSrsION opcm fier. 11, Ivi7. Fur full liifiiriintliiikaiid I'.italogini, vppiy to L. H. BLANT0N, 0. D., Chancellor.