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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887071501 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 1887 $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. iiT Itiienoi STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1887. called upon by the sherifl'. The sheritl mftta Ik NO. 24G. KIltST AaMML KXtUMTIOX OP VOL. XVI. went oil tosuoiunn a pose and while he was (one the psttios ho was after got out of the hoti'e and took to the woods. As the officer and came up they tire 1 up on them from ambusb, but no ons was hurt. The Grins was returned by the piste with like fleet Trie posse came back into town anddispered The next unming two of the p irties wanted c ime into town and gave themselves up and were ndmittni I) bill After bail was executed ther began to drink HI. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. ! A large crowd is now glittered at Crab Will Davis denies the charge of being Co. The a washing machine agent. Orchard Spring'. K', Man.uct of tha StsnlorJ Poller. ..l Mill IVit.i....... ill jiurcnwq .r. Born, oa the lOih inst. to the wife of In a letter to his fmnds here, Mr. J. ii ""i",,J tvDe.il. t'jniei ASSOCIATION,Vubtlthnl Tiicilitv'tiul FrMaw TtihlDg to Mil or exchange wheat wilt call and -- AT K. McClary, now at Hot Springs, N. C, Mr. E. Cron, a daughter him lit the Mill. To be HeM On 213.41 KUbLKK MILLS COMPANY. -- Mist A 'fee S uart hu been selected to ' says he is improving some in his rheumatic S'J VI311 ANNUM. CA.HII. THURSDAY & FAIDAY, JOTT 23 & 29, '57.!' troubles teach the public school here. ex. James Simp'on, while hewing cross Mr. (Jjver's large liver Mtable ia rapIf wecrdlt that ll.V) will be understood KY. NEAK STANFORD, tocte-- l and demanded. ties Tuesday, near Brodhead, made a glanc- idly neareg completion. Ia is now being ing lick with his broadaxe, striking his painted IstailallyopsulriK an elesnt litis ol &prinz and durumcr .Millinery, Including all left foot and cutting (if! two toes. Mr. and Mrn. E. W. Jones went to VV. P. WALTON av I'aKlDtxr-- S. H. 11AUOHMAN. But n small crowl was in town to attend the burial of Mr J. S. Itirill The Latest Novelties of the Season. whisky and make threats against number Miller Olveni, W.J. to hear youog M irrow speak The gntl Cnnsman's littlo daughter, Katie Lyle. Boyle; Crtt IMvls. Boyle; Joo Ktolrot. Mad- of the sherifl'i p ste, win were summontd AUo No.,oni( suc!l ulaJb(.r,h,eft. 'sAro Reiiitiiui. man tnvle the bat' pjeihf.ir his pary that Blackberries are very plentiful about iwn; . r. zrnrer, u i.uiu, nucniDg, UOItvlt, Uuitloi, etc. VO'J 11 lam nemej, vmnuru, j. Ojn of them to; to to help arrest them r Journal uf the will find meat the room lately Tacated by Sial-lijtne lilltor has b;en delivered here during this cm-paighvro and tbe housekeepers are now deep in Pulaski; John W. Whip, Caaay. A Warrtn, noxt iloor to the Mtpm Houia. when be llStWLI.E.Jllly 11 -- Na" iliai would cursing a membsr of the Piaix tors C. It. Hirrl, John U. Lynn, 1. 11. ta.'.2m tlw mrMeries of jam making KATV n vmt Kit. III. tnatce your resdtrs U was knocked kown Tint to Bruce, Forrestus Held, I. (t. Wcatlierlord, Porter Alfred Lnly, the young man who was be of any Importance lo Youn; Mr. lint, began to improve Ssndllje, t'uui 11. Ovrens, Thomas I'.obtnjoc. aVU. AYHtU. JA3. ,, olVKS9) The pr-them worse ;nd they not their Winc'ieter. married rmar Kiwlsnd last week, seems very arce up In there p irt-rsty mnc Tuesday lnt and his doctors WlllJatuea. Notary Public. pct are k od (or a lame C'jmi rrop, the saying they iuteuded to kill the mm who particularly fond of marrying, this being now entertain hopes of his ultimate recovO. II. McSt.NNKa, eec'yi J- - a Baui.itjfis, i"-- out vorr much knoctced one of them d wn end wou'd shoot his second venture within three yen:'; his Ute rami luvin brottsi-- i Trsaiurer. ery. needed, a o mix in now ell-- in any of the others that cime in their wy first wife is jet livid?. A uooJ crop Cittsr Mahsiul T. D. Ncwlaad. There Is tslk of orginz'ng a string John H. Field for $1.10 lo $1 25 per 1'iiobe'. AM of Hie .V'lerlslk like this fur ns irly all day, two Joe Fredericks, while working in the band lic.-311 Fifth Street, In years .agonc our town boast Englemin, John 8. Hays, Dink Humor. corn that can be hut here ooujm either from of them Muriel down street with their L'uns stone quarry Stturday, had something like ed nf a good I and we ought now to bn lutnta tr b the wy of Wcolbiue. 0.t and pixlols, and when they had cot about a sun'troke, but cjuld not tell whether it have one by all means, for there is an IiISO? P.oina3and 5, Cnoiia BIoc'c. car of. l'rm crop U ovei with his house, J. 11 H'ce, the man was ctued from heat or from the effects ol are.il1 abatiltiLtn abundance of good materiii for that purFIltsT OAY.TUUP.SDAY, :s. .aid toLarery Inland the )ield Rood. whom they had threatened to kill on sight, the strong and venerable pipe he wa smokpose 5 10.00 Verv little 1. Beit Bull under 2 years old lit lieed in fie county. Meppvd out of the door and said: "Hue I ing The following notcJ eaters from this PEARSON & CLARK, A feeling of deep eadne-- s stole 07cr us 10. G1) 3. Best Bull J Tears old and over U kfvrrie re i favorite fruit Larue am centlemet ; I understind you are going 10 00 vicinity will be prtsent at the barbecue to a- - we read the announcement of Mrs. J. L 3. Bes t Cow under 2 jcars untitle row on the aide cf the ui'im-tti- m to kill me on eight," at the same time Sirinz 10.00 day, Thursday; James McKiczie, Andy D. Chandler's death in Tuesday's paper, for I. Boat Cow 2 years and OTer pick-e- l his plKtol atone of them twice without efand in the old I'tilde. Ther aro JgRSKV CATTLE: we remembsr E'la as cne of our moU fond Fish, Haines Adams, Lge Thompson, John LEXINGTON, KY. S. Best Cow under 2 years, special preml-ttt- a at. I hr.Uifhl into town by the buhel fect as he ran oil' Tho other ! got a ly loved school males and in later years as byOwiler A Craig, dealers In Dry past the door when Kics began to tire, Brown, Chi and Casper Williams and half about 10 cent per and ate readily fold at l-- i 12 "WeHt ainln Htl'OUt. a friend beloved equally as well. 1 14.00 a dczjn (iooJe, Notions, Ac SKjn. Uit'f are Ued for unkini; jam, but he ran nUo fit attempted to raise hi burgoo others. Tney will "let no savory 10 00 Tuesday a party ol ladies and gen- C. Best Cow 2 years old and over Lat ecat o." pre'erTei and vr ne A crit deal of the gun as he ran, but did not get it to g i oil. T. Best Herd, 1 Bull and 3 Cows or llelftrs Mr. John Melvin has announced him- tlemen from Crab Orchard Springs started That i, it ir Rice dropped his pistol, picked up his Special premium by A. A. Warren, Utter u male iu Itii county. As self a candidate for the legMnlure on the out to Dripping Springs on htr eback dealer In Groceries, Fncy Water 8eU, tuanufac urt-- for home cun'Utnption. The Wit c'teslcr and fired ona shot at that one they were point; up a hill neir the Springs, 55.00, and 810 tdded by tho Association 13.00 The New RTenue Law adds aix per cent, to also, cutting a hole in the cboulder uf Ins prohibition ticket and likewise the Ksv. appe crcp ii tolerably ibort. Income Horses for Haruesi Purposes: alllaxcs unnild l,v tbe (list div uf tiontrmhtr Kgers, of C pper Creek, on the same tick- one lady's horse reared, threw her and fell the count? there it a nood peach coal, without touching the skin. No arS. Best Stallion under 1 year old., !f0Oi3tJ I will bnTe to collect It. So please come for- et and for the eame effic. They must back on her, injuring her seriously. She 9. Best S Ulllon or (1 elding 1 and under crcp Apple and peaches will fiod a ready rests were made. There wt some little ex. SEWT.A A Ii, S. L. C T. think all the voted will be on their fide was put in a spring wa;ou and brought 10. years -along the line of the railroad. There citement in town, but uot enough to speik ne back to Crab Orchard Springs in a very 10. Best Stallion 2 and under S years from tbe number of candidates coming out. 10. arcnv of vnjetable; there n plenty s,bout S rc then the parlies lo the shoot Is n j precarious condition. 10. 11. Beit Stallion 3 and under 4 years W B Crenshaw, fjrmcrly a civil ening hve mst and made friends. Wniesy iif n'l kml' (or home utt 10. Mr. Pobert L. Davi-- , former editor of 12. Best Stallion t years and orer gineer on the K C. road, is here from MT. VERNON, KY. Me"!iK J5. Cirprnter A I.wp, Lo have ssllicg has uot btcn stopped yet, but the Vrus, is in Ltzington on 13. Fan cy 'addle Mare or Ueldlng friends. Mr. Harry Miller tbe Birbourville It . Beat Walking Stallion, Mare or Geldseto the cit'zens of thti town are determined that it been btuldias lie riilrc.id Mr. John A. McRoberls, of Stan n This old and Hotel Is sill mala- It is ing, Special Premium by J. E and J. jrSt shall ceate and tf it c moot be checked uoe returned from Cincinnati Monday. ri7er fr iu t wn, htfe cimpleted their w Ulnlng Its fine reputation, Charges reasonable It. Fiirrli, Breeders of Fancy Saddle while thore. Mrs. ford, paid us s flying visit Monday, Mr. I where wsv it will bs another way. Tne end is reported that he married and m Special attention to the traveling public . :.rl to liori!i.i toil', Horses U. S. W. Ftriiit is visiting Kirksville Miss aod Mrs Grove Kennedy, of Garrard, have not yet and a great deal of trouble is ex31. Horses for Saddle Purposes, Style, XEH'VOJM, Pro'r, iher have othr w rr. 15 l.ielr U'ntl been visiting relatives here. Messrs. Jas. Fannie Wallace has returned to Paint L'ck. Ml. Vernon, Ky. Form and Action comldered: iiitmy cjnduct while la ttiii place, they pected. In all probibilily there will be Mr. J. L. Joplin left at the depot Miller, of Louisville, and Simon Gormley 13. Bst Mare or Gelding 2 and under.,3 SlO.i have endard thetu'etre lo the clti'ne just such a war as Kiw.in ounly has just 110.' R. S. UAETIN. Tuesday a blackberry briar that meaeured of Lsxington, are here mingling avith old. 1C. Bast Mare or Ueldlng 3 and under 1 JXO. St. r.lBKINS. rery much. Wort on the other eectlon passed through. The sale of whisk r in 1(10. 1 BnomiEAD, Ky., May, 1$37. j feet, which he had cut from his land friends. Mr. J W. Alcorn, of Stanford, 17. Best Mare I years anl over between On and Uiilourville t not beitiz l'ineyille cn and will be "lopped, if a few : Trotting Bice on Track Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many papsed through town Tuesday en route to town. He says he has noticed parafriends and customers ol he change la tirm namj 13. 3 Minute class best 2 In 3 Mile Heat . ..lCO pushed as rapidly a it might, it ectns to of thoe who are dealing in the stuff ha7e near to in newspapers speaking of briars l Dripping Springe. Dr. and Mrs. Armendt, graph" e S'5 to tbe first, Hi to the second. cuiaum.ced to bs tacrificed me From 'he time work k 3IA11TIX & PEKKINS. aud 10 feet long, so he concluded to search of Osrensbjro, have irrived and will spend 19. Best HockawAV Mare or Gelding on thl line, the cin ouht to he niumnn Special premium by A. T. Nunnelley, That New Uosxrr. How dear to my his "patch" to bjat the record which he has the summer here Tne now firm hopis not only to sustain the repWe are informed that tract layius now 10. Liveryman utation oftheold, but Intends to tuake many imheart is that new fishlnned bonnet, the hat doue so far as the oldest inhabit aut here An observer down South Hnya an allies-lor'provements in tho manufacture ol tobacco which liw been otuuirticul at Coruia ami that the Thorough-bre- d Horses: that I biugbt as n gift to my wife; a small will be to tbe Interest of our customers. We will 10. threat ie an animated eewer, Every-thin- 29. BestStallloc under: years trtck will be laid at fir a the tunnel at piece of straw with an ostrich plume nn it, about know. M atuntloa to our Natural Leaf bunds devote Gilbert C.tley, a young farmer liying 10. of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past which ledgea in his open mouth coea 21. Best Stallion 2 and over tn.e. Ojrrtecd.J A. Dickey, will p!e tee the last one I'll bay while I s'ill have my favors and aaklng tor a continuation of your trade, 13. near Wildie in this counlr was shot and down. He U a laz dog and instead cf 22. Best M are under 2 years Ilespectfully vour, weremalu, hurrr up the tunnel 21. Best Mare 2 and over . 1". life. The bat with a brim and a bis swing dangeroutly wounded Monday night by fa s.flm SIAHTIS As 1'EItKIXS. hunting for something to eat, he let his 21. Special Premium by S. It. Baughman, a church At last l'irvtille it lo have I can't lag feather, and folderol trip that dealer In thorougb-bred- s and Jick hoife A th. iix that will be new to the even name, with stufled birds and roe and Thomas Ward, a neighboring farmer. victuals hunt for him. That U, he lies Thomas Ward and his brother William with hi great stock, suckling colt of either sox the get hiKi ry of Hell county. mouth open, appirantly dead The houe i to be pieces of heslhcr, and a bill from the deiler of any stallion, tbe season of 1SS3, to bunt I y the united etljrM of the Cburch as long as my frame; that stylish spring came to this cjunty from Ojio and bjughl like the 'pouum. Sonabug crawls into DK.I.S.KUItDETT, 2). Congregan a farm frjtn Wtley Cjtley, the father of the Ihter.rijn of the Methodist KpiC(pal it, then a 11, then several cnata and a colo13. Best combined Mare or Gelding, 2. bnnet, that wounded man, and have been running the ny cf bonnet, that OCULIST. C nurch, baatb, and the citizscs of Piue-Til- le morquitoe. The alligator doea'nt 20. Best pair ol Horses or Mares regardless fancy priced bjnnet that knocked my pjrse farm aud cutting the timber since. Young of sex, color or ownership - 10. BRODHEAD, KY. cloae bia mouth vet. He is waiting for a and Bell county. The Church Hi lame. 2S. Cotley bad been working fjr the Wards whole drove of things. He does his eating 27 Best Uoidater Ueldlng teni n i",'ref to (jive $100 towards the Has had an experience ol over fifteen years, anl He and en Monday they were to have a settle- by tbe wholesale. A little later a lizard boy was dying. A little christian of a houe at this place, provided treated erectnu bs successfullyIs given bundrets of cases disSECOND DAY, JULY 23. atteutlou to the treatment of all ment, but they could not agree to each oth- will cool himself under tho shade of his upat least that mu-Cttld be raised here closed his eyes and for the nuiueut his Jack Stock. eases of tbe eyes. Name and address ot patients er's accounts, so it was agreed by tbe par- per jaw. Then a few frogs will hop up to 23. Best Jack undeV 2 years. 220-6cured given on application If desired. 1'ne ct xins hare subscribed yery liberally mother thought he was dead. She asked: t 10 1) "Chalie, do you know uii?" But there ties to leave the settlement lo twj neighbor- catch the morquitoes and goats will light 29. Beit Jack, 2 years and over and more than the amount nipirrd ha. AQ. Best 2 years . 10 loin madup. Mr. J.J. Gibson donates a was no response, sit 1 cloter still she press- ing farmer, Henry Branaman and Jesse ou tbe froi". Finally a whole village of 31. Beat Jennet under anl over 13 Jinnet, 2 years Fisb. Monday night about 9 o'clock, in insects and reptiles sittle down for an aftarter-acr- e lot, worth $2i0. K ders Dj. ed her tearful face upon h'u cold ear and Mu'es. J 10 Till and Dinmtn .ie the men who have asked with indiscribible tutho, "Cbariie, company with Andy Norman, he called at ternoon picnic Then all at once there is 32. Best Horse Mule under 2 years. ! the houeof the Ward brothers and were au eartl lake. Tne big ! tw falls, the alii 33. Best Horse Mule 2 years aud over 10 openbeen Instrument!! in gettini: up this jjim! dc you know your malhei'' ' Cha.-i.-e 4 10 under 2 years work Ttie member of tie Cnrististi ed his eyes and eaid; ''Why c ill me back, admitted. After talking a while the sub- gator blinks one eye, gulps down the entire 31. Best Mare Mule 2 yean and 10 over ject of the settlement came up aud Cotley menagerie and opens his great front door 35. Best Mare Mule Cburcb are als) tryinx lo raise moner to mothe!7 I was half way up stairs." And 10 30. Best Pair Mules shown tn Hamtsi The Knb, the f.ta.ojs Decker A Son, the popular and reliable Uverett. The chmond became vir abusive when Norman took again lor more vi'itors. We with thai his spirit tlsd anav.-r- ii 10 erect a hou of worship at thi 37. Best Mare and Mule Colt either ssx celebrated Clougu A Warren, and the Joaa bim by the arte and tsked btm to come 10 3S, Beet Mare and Horse Colt either sex..... Herald Ww'i'.J be uld if the? could bo a .uccbjs-f- ul 1". Church A Co a Mr. Cleveland was choeen in the first inHorses for Saddle Purposes. wiib him aud go home, remarking at the as tbH Methodist Cburch, South. The Yi'M Yum. A new drink, known as the time 03FtC3v-3L3NrS- . that had he known there was any stance over n formidable competitor, when 39. Best Stallion or Uuldlng 2 years and Northern Methoiiis talked abjut building .. ? 10 under 3 cardinal smsh, it njw tosel out to the trouble up he would not have come. Cof- tbe country had no knowledge of his rare Any one desiring an elegant anl durable mu-e a house here some time since, but ti 10 sical lustrument will do well to examine our ca'es. lialfH (Jcz fey b'CstiM frer zed, pulled his knife and ability to discharge the gre.at public trutt 40. Best Stallion, 3 years and under 1 frequenters of 10 it his Mien through, ai uotbini; has prices bjfore nu ctuitng. Wear agonta for the It. Best Sta'llon 4 years and over eu strawberries mashed in the bjttom of a rushed at youug Ward, who drew his pistol contided to him. Ha was without experi n John Church A C., and will warIS 42. Best Saddle Mare any age. been said about it lately. The mountains rant our Pianos fot seven yean, and our Organ 15 Klai by and old fasbioneJ lemon slick, a and shot at Cotley, striking him in the chin, ence in the office to which he aria elected, 43. Best Saddle Stallion any age for rive years Tne Everett Piano and the Clough will Tel be the best pirl of Kentucky A Warreu Organ aro the best and mojt reliable Model Illng. sprinkle of pjwdered sugar, an etnpha'ic bteaking i s jaw, knicking out two teeth and this was urged against him with full Much interest Is uanifwUd In tcbools and Instruments manufacturM. O.ir Instruments force and etlect. Toe saote argument can 41. Best Stallion, Mate or Gelding, S(ecial amount of whisky and a modertlo supply and can be seen at tho poitotllce In Stanford, where his ou through the root of Premium by Hocker A Bright, Dralers churches. The Methodist KpUcopal Church Miss l'.osn Illcuards will state prices, etc Persons tongue not be ined again. Ho has justified the of chopped ic do the business Persons who nave purchased then Instruments S10 In Groceries, Uardwate, Ac into Ins neck. Norman then llid, seems lo have n majority of tuembf rs in will testify to their durability and elegant fiulih reposed in him before trial by a recwho know sy that cxhilcrstiou and a fadTrotting Usee. itoing lo a uoUlibor's and telling them of faith Wb will bigl.id toaorvo the public, aud guara this county. unassailable. He has 45, 2:40 Class on the track, best 2 in 3, mile ord that is well-niging of Urge proprietory right tiemle ine tresatlslactlon. the shooting. Nj one went to the house We hste hetrd o' ome iar,;e sales In real 5100 Elder W. L Williams, of Huitonvllln. alo repheats. First 75; tecind, 825 lost no whit of the q jalifi:.Uions that elect in the cardinal nmtsh -- NW York where midnight Coffty uiauijtd to get resents alio John Church A Co., aod will be pleasatid Hbottt 43. Sptclal Premium by Thomas Robinson, eJla.e hatii'j; hen made in the list few Suu. ed to serve bis friends. ed him the first time; he has added to them Colt ol any homr, where he had considerable difficulty Breeder of Trotters-B- est .1. It. l L. J. COon, Agents. days. Oje Is the sale by the Asher Bros, daily by the fruits of study and experience age, the get ot his stallion fot tbe season When the msHter mechanic of the Cali- ingsitiiti.' admittance ou account of his references: of abj'i'. 0 000 acres of Tina mountain lund 25 yaat'tr stronger than he was when he 1S33 and is of John D. Carpenter, Huitonvllle; J. M. Elmore, The other is a fornia Soulier i Ktllroad shopi was recent- being unable to talk aud nutto htmeelf was matched sgtimit the strougeat and tbe 17. Special Premium by Metcalf A Foster Staatord. James Batley, Stanford; J. M. Pnlilps, for ab tut S'J.73 per acre. Stanford; A. It. Penny, Stanford j Mrs. Fannie lii speckled fttun, Drs. DiVis and Daniels attended Urocerlis. Hardware, Cutlery, Ac stle b; J. J. Ciibion of his farm near town ly moving to Siu ISsrnardiuo, Farra, Lancaster; Gen W J. I.anlr.uu, Lancaster; ablest leader in the republican party, Fastest Gentlemen's Saddle Horse, dash Charles S.indidge. Junction City; W, M. Payne, hen, attracted by the fresh straw, jumped the wounded man aud say there is but nnd other mountain lands, amounting to Charleston News and Courier. 10 Pnachervllli: Mrs. E M. Carpenter, Stanford; half mile Kburitl White for his tecovery. Ju due Into n bjx in which a table was packed, to Mrs. Maggie lioltner, Crab Orcturd- O. T. Walabout 1 bOO acrf, for 513,000. Harness Stock Continued. 1J3 lyr table, Weill to the scene ot the shouting Tuesday, ".See that woman," said a man, pointing lace, Lancaster. 5 10 is the purchsier, It Is un lay. She made her nest uuder tho Is. Best Mare Colt under 1 year Thor. II.Hsris moving along the Erie. A 42. 1'estMaro, t year and under 2. and was not missel until xf.er the box had but could not find the Wards. It is thought lo a canal-boa- t 10 Jerstood, for a company of LitnsviIIe 10 head hidden in a checked pro 50. Best Mare, 2 years and under 3 fiirm bosn nailed up. When ih- - b)x arrived h! they will come to town and surrender. who will lay oil the Cilb-o- o 10 days later the hen truded from the cabin hatchway. "That 51, Best Mare, 3 years and under 4 a public square aud San Hernardin) several NO MUGWUMPS IN THIS LIST. 10 52, Best Mare, 4 years and over into town lots, donate sitting on five found complacently woman, sir, hasn't been out of that cabin in 53. Special Premium by J. H. A J. It. Far-ittry to have the CJiinty seat remain at Ptne was But All Solid for Simon Bolirar Buckner. 20 years. Fact. 6j stout she can't get Best Suckling Colt, either sex, tbe Title If this sliould be done, there is no eggs. To the Editor or the Intkbior Jocunal 10 get of Silver King the seaaon of IS33 notnin but her head out. Last time she be one- of reason why Pineille should not A Meadville Renllemau wrote to B.U We, the undersigned cltUsna and Buckner men, 15 51. Best Fancy Mare or Ueldlng tn Uarneas lljurlshlrg manufacturing towns Nyo, the asked of McKluney, baring noticed In tho McKlnney came on deck was when Grant was inauguhumor's', and theciost Louisville & Nashville R. R. Sweepstake. The captain and mate and tbe two la the State. Tae timber, coal and water him if he ould j;ive a recipe to make hair letter to tbe Somerset Riorlr uader date of July rated. C5. Best Harness Stallion any age f 15. T1IK H8KAT- atb, In which the writer iay, "About one half mule drivers helped. Had an awful time, 50. Best Htrneai Mare arty age 15 ara here, with unlimited quantities of iron croc, and B 11 eeut this reply: "Take your of the voters of our little Tlllaje are 'Fox Men.' Cumberland mountains, hair invigorator money and buy a town lot Among three are Included the best men and finest Then they cot her back again and she has t.re just across the THROUGH TRUNK only 14 miles away. The best locations on in a crowing town that supports a home Intellects ol tbe place." In answer to this we not been out since. Last fall a dime mu 10 ma eeum man came down here and oOered her that due riter for saw mills are here; Straiuht paper and advertises and goes ahead, and los leare to lulorm the public ! .50 big pay to exhibit herself, but when he Footman has about eight Fox men, who areon coin just opposite you will be 50 and a man who is Creek comes into the river Hone and Ktder mon lerel with us, socially, morally .and intellectlearned that he would have to take canal Vehlcloand Driver - .50 don't care much whether lie has ually, and that McKlnney hi a majority of vowan the town would be, with Clear Creek 25 boat and all, he rtfueed to sign a contract." Persons 10 yean old and uuder 15 WITH about a half a mile above. Straight Creek any hair or notV1 ters, who are Buckner tnen front the tips of their -- Albany Expreea Persona under 10 free it about 3 or 30 miles in length and Clear "The While Caps," a gang of Crawford hair to the ends of their toenails and we know 5.00 Omnibus per day Pullman Palace Sleepers. (Thereof we speak. 3.00 Cnek ia nearly as Ion;; and the timber on Never be envious of any fellow who cuts Omnibus or Hack Oreen Moore M. I) , regulators, started out the other J. II. Vanbook, 09'Send for Catalogue, contanlng rules and Louisville either is almost inestimable. The finest couniy T. J. Corlsterson, P. M, you out with any girl, Let him sail in and after administering 63 (tubes to J. F. Hocker, Information. to IWtUshville, tiutDirlhavo ever seen is on Straight night and pay her doctor and millinery bills, and he rrgulattora and other E. J. Tanner, K. L Tanner, Memphis, James Temple, called upon John Names, D. V. Kennedy, mouth. Frank iiughes, Creek, about 12 miles from its will bo ten times more miserable than you AtllllllH, 'mm defended himself by knocking two of lllraru Dee, DB. W. B. PENNY, Jas. A. Ulvens, a lonR Hue l'ineville has been ac who For could make him, Besides, what's tbe lope DENTIST, illUIIIHVIUOIJi U.J.Alcorn, down with his tut snd putting the Moses Wray, of one girt? Look at any bureau of atatis cursed with illicit whlekv dealers. The au- them Little Kock. Camuel Duncan, etiantoral, - - IsToiittiolcy of a J. II. iutnlcu, whole Bng to flight with the spoKe tics aud you will see that the girl market is thorities have aiked them to desist and Alolille aud lVevr Orleans. John S. Good, W. O. wagon wheel. I L. M. Walls, a drug. Don't be so brash in your callow W.T. Dovld, have riceived promises that the tratllc V TUv K, T. Young, Only one change to polata In cease, but all the tlie the selling you suppose," said a member of T.C. Jasper, youth and you'll have less to repent of "Don't ebould J. D. Brown, Oeo. A, Hughes, when you get to be a man, and more eente been goinu on. A few daja since the the police force, "that a pollcemau knows has Uobert F. Bibb, Milton Stlgall, SJMIpC2'! VT4. MUISSVvAHB to look aroaud you and make a bargain couuty and police judee. having become a rogUB when he sees him?" "No doubt," Jas. Daugherty, N. Clitrkson, having promtea made only to be was the reply; "hut the trouble is that he Klchard Bibb, J. W. Adams, out of a hard lot. tired of B. Smith. i broken, called in Otue witnesses and had does not ee'ze a rogue when he knows him " J. P. Crow, It has been computed that the death rite W. A. Coiley Seeking homes on the line of tbtt roai will rtcelvt Ed M. Estet, them make affidavits against some of the tfCklMt llltQ)4 McKlnney, July 12. of the globe is G7 a mltute, 07,700 a day race Agents of tht Company tar rate, route Even fishermen who wouldn't steal are street, next door to Iari. of eellioc and on Lancaster OOie ...... .tM.... parties who wete accuitd -)rt,a VinitPi rvrtrn alttil .triraVrltA ready to hosk eomelhin if they get The New York City directory, lust is- and 5,030,535 a year and the birth rate 70 iTsurf to a H. A wttitlM .JiilBlittl whto G. P. AT. 1, C. P. A pliced warrants in the hands of tie eherifl. always Loulartlle, Ky a rate, 100,800 a day and 30,705,000 a year. necessary. chance. "Journal of Education. population of 1,000,000. ujfiyr.j sued indicates a J purliw refused to be arretted when a U'ne Lincoln -- Stock Fair WHEAT WANTED N'-the . t--o p)e jjrvici2iie. lo-d.- cj,,, Inte-rU- pv, n. ej . AYRES& GIVENS, 1 MAcjiiALS-ChatlleMcRob- rta, ATTORNEYS AT I,AW, (1'jS-ly- e, OF PEBMIU1CS: 1 Wholesale Grocers lit-ti- 1 t 203-C- TAXES! TAXES! -- Mi'-tissip- jit s, m i: Fi-hi- s g sc ed toMks Bpe-cl- al c f9lOS d s nip-pOi- up-to- I ptf-siu- . h - sun-bonn- s, L.&N. bald-head- ed FEES: LINE well-fixe- well-fixe- d SOUTH & WEST He-tl- a .. VXmWI3X ' Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS j A 1 Mt TflflOPTEWCJU x,rt,,t ft It was the most orderly crowd ever The republican cuididate for the Semite in the London district is t sweet scented n M. Burdelt csuie all tho wiy from shrab The clouierpet lhmld, whose editor A Royal Success, Enjoyed by 1,000's Florida tu attend. eight to know him, b;caue he lives there, July 15. 1887 says that Judge Stanford, Ky A McCreary Democratic club, 150 strong, is an infidel, contending that the bible is false and christiauity a Producing Enthusiasm that eron a organized in Lancaster the day before, were Pouring Bain Could not Abato, out in full force. fraud. He is a Hie representative, to be W. P. WALTON. Captain Tom Richards erjjyed it more of the God and morality pirly. sure, A (ikMl.VE IIKUOCIUTIC I.OVE KKIST. than anybody, shaking hands with old comBradley's day of smooth milium is oyer. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. rades he hadn't met since the war. ran He struck a song at Richmond, Yesterday opened intensely hot, but it Nothing whatever occurred during the obaground at Grayson and will sink into BOLIVAU BUCK r H c;otknor-SI.Mdid not prevent the unternfied from (lock- day to throw a damper on tho enthusiasm, NEK, ol Hart County. livion after August 1. ing to the District Btrbecue grounds in the butthernin, and that did not aflect it W. BIIYAN, Uectk.na.nt Govbh.nor-JAM- ES NOTES OF CURRENT EtENIS beautiful woodland of Captain Tom Elkin much. of Kenton rcunty. Attobnky Okskhal r. V. 1IAHDIN, ot Col. E Polk Johnson wrote us he was to the yariously estimated numbers of ', Ten shares Mercer National Btnk sold Mercer rouoty. 000 to 12.000. Perhaps the mean of the coming, but did not' put in an appearance. Acditor-FAYET- TE HEWITT, of Hardin in Lexington Monday at $115. He and Colonel Sam Burdett were both county. Seventy one people went from Lexing two will about cover the number, but Col. TsKisuakR-JAM- ES W. S. Miller insists that there were fully greatly missed. W. TATE, ol Woodford ton on the Old Point excursion. county. MonoAN T. Craft. E q , one of the L McPhaP, a Cmcinca'.ion, wis mur 10,009. Excursion trains on both roads BUrKBI.NTK.NDnNT OF FCDUC I.NSTal'CTION. and best democrats in the brought in large reinforcemeuls, while oth-er- a biggest-hearte- d JOBEPU DESU A PICKET T, of l'ayelte county. dered and robbed in Nelson county. came on horseback and in every con- State, was pieeent and boiling over with enAS H. RKOISTKROFTHELAHD was 1 be charter ot the fidelity titnic variety of vehicles. The Indies, thusiasm yesterday. COIUlETT.of.McCuckcn county. declared forfeited by Judge Sage at Cincin- ceivable PETTU3, Lincoln LtoisHTUiK-D- r. A hundred carcasses, 00 hams, 3,000 J. D. God bless their pretty faces, were out in nati. county. full force and beauty and their presence loaves of breid, 1 200 gallons of burgoo and Thirty farmers in Christian, f ho last added greatly to the inteiest of the occa- dead loud of other cood things went to Gen. Buckner ased Bradley at year had 23G acres in tobacco, have but 35 sion. When make tip the bill nf fare. Grayson if be had charged that Proctor this season- Our friend Jim Marel, of Mt. Vernon, Toe grounds were doited here and there Two men and a horse were killed and Knott wrote the epeech the general delivwith tents, two epeikem stauds wuh seate was there snd so were Messrs. Joe Craft and ered at the Lexington birbeoue, he replied another man knocked down by a bolt of around them had been erected and ns the George Farris, of London. Mrs, Craft came that one Jim Jones had told him so and lightning near Osrensboro. visitors enterea the great gate, from which this far with her husband. The new city directory of New York that he had repeated it. Thia was a sneakThe "burglar" toup, as an old lady called a huge fhg floated, with the word "Wei ing attempt to get out of it, for Bradley shows 2.300 Smiths, 1 S00 Browns and 900 come" upon it in large letters, and the odor it, was delightful and there were 1,200 galplainly intde the charge on hisown respon- Joneses in business there. of the toothsome burgoo floated to his ol- lons of it The crowd commenced eating It has been discovered that $75,000 sibility in hi speech here, but the general, factories, be felt indeed that it was good to at 11 and from that time till the rain spoil pointing the finger of scorn at him, said. worth of whisky has been stolen from the oe mere cd everything it fired and fell back without 'For the in in who would willfully circu- "O.F.C'and ''Carlisle" distillery ware Nearly all the speakers were on the Lex- any disorder or scrambling. There wae late such a charge, although not himself houses at Frankfort. ington excursion, which was three hours double enough for all and there was no use John H. Shropshire, a farmer living the author of it, I can, of course, havo late, but Senator James W. Bryan, candi- in crowdinr. nothing butcontempt. Idenouncethecharge near Georgetown, fell from the seat of his date for lieutenant governor, had come to Col. W. 8. Miller, who more than any as infamously false and outrageous, having mower and was so badly mangled that Lsccasler the night before and was prompt- other ten men deserves praise for the getno semblance of foundation in fact. I have death is expected to follow. ly introduced at the appointed time, lie ting up and arrangement cf tbe btibecue, Gold is being shipped from Kurope to invited Mr. Bradley to meet me at my ap spoke for nbout two hours, and such a was in his glory nnd came netrer attending I now withdraw the invita this country in large quantities. Upwards speech! He tore Bradley's figures to smi- to everything at once than a mortal usualpointments tion, and henceforth I decline to have any- of 12.000,000 arrived in New York last thereens, showed the falsity of that dema- ly succeeds in such attempts. Everybody Bradley ought week, principally from Eogland. thing to do with him." gogue's assumptions and clothed tne state- thanks him, Colonel Tomlinson and the A flax epidemic has assumed alarming now to go into his bole and draw it in afment of cold facts in oratory eo pleasing other members of the committee for their He is not the equal of General proportions in Botetourt, Roanoke, Bedford that ho held his audience at will. It wis eflorts In making tho barbecus a grand snter him Buckner in sny.reepcct and the old hero and Amherst counties, Va. The mortality the most complete refutation of the remit). eers does himself proud in refusing to recognize has been greatest nmoog children. item charges ot democratic mismanageLOUDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Dr. Standiford married his wife within him as such. ment we baye heard and a speech that four weeks after their first meeting, which County court here lat Monday. . The Louisville Commtrcial shows its re- prove? the Doctor's right to be considered would turn the heart of tne bitterest repub In the quarterly court htre Wednesday lic.ii), were he not bouod to his idols, Mr. publican proclivities by finding fault with an energetic citizen. Owensboro Inquirer. Bryan a is man of splendid presence aud as W. H. Jackeon & Co., liverymen, recovered Secretary of State McKenzie for publishing There is an intimation that the widow an orator has no equal of his age in the judgment against Daugh White, of Clay the act authorizing a vote on the constituof some n Union General prob State. county, for $50 for riding a horse to deith tional convention in democratic papers ably Mr?. Winfield Scott Hincock, will be Tne second speaker was the Hon. Eran for i hem In March. alone. la the first piece this is not true appointed posttnistre's at Washington. The moonhiners who cut sueh n wide Settle, of Sweet Owen, lie is thesame for happens in a number of republican A wife murderer in Prince Elward, who electrified the tits' convention swath at Eist Bernstadt Stturday, wre o-zlshpapers we could name. When there are Virginia, condemned to be hung in his speech nominating Porter Tnompou taken from the jii! here Mondty night by two papers published in a county, the secrewill probably get a respite, because there is friends and are now at larue. May the tary chooser to use the democratic paper, no sheriff to execute the order of the court. foi Superintendent nf Public Instruction and since then he has been in great de- the Lord have mercy on the Eist Bernstadt-er- ! which is perfectly right and proper. In 09 Clifton, a Cincinnati suburb, has a of cases out of a hundred the democratic pa- crematory in full blast. Sunday evening mand as a speaker. He is possessed W C Webb announces himself as a genuine oratory and was filling the boys pers have the largest circulation and would the body of John 1 yler, an aged lawyer of labor candidate for the legislature in the with enthusiaom, when dark clouds and be entitled to it even from a business stand- Covington, was reduced to ashes in one rumbling thunder gave signs of a coming district composed of Laurel and Rockcastle point and he would be a nice democrat in hour counties, John Melvin will probably make storm. Mr. Settle remarked that Provi deed who would thus work against his the race on the prohibition ticket, while view of the frequency of the at- dence was In never known to interrupt a demown party. tempts recently to rob trains on the Mis- ocratic speech, but he had hardly ventured I Sam Ward will endeavor to lead the repub A wealthy farmer named Jacob Rob souri Pacific, officials of the road are now the assertion before rain began to fall in lican hosts to victory. We hope none of ineon, near JtfTersonville, Indiana, got mad said to be placing armed guards on each torrents and before he could gel to shelter will be as badly left In Augnl a the Hon. Walter Evans was Monday. with Sam Hay because he would not pay coach. his Sunday suit was spoiled. This occurred Judge J. J. Paul, republican candidate Of the 40 people on the yacht Mystery, about 1 the amount he owed! him and taking a o'clock and for about an hour the shot gun went out to hunt for him, He which capsized off Barren island, near New programme was cut short. It never rains for tbe Senate, has been mixing with our found him and his daughter together, and York, Sunday evening, only 13 were res but what it pours and it poured for a fact. people for several days in the interest of his resting the gun on her shoulder he blaz;J cued alive. Tne lost were mostly women Every possible place of shelter was sought race. Squire B R Baker, chairman of the Prohibition Senatorial Committee, has deaway, putting seven buckshot into his and children. and many a pretty woman bad the kinks cided to make the race on that ticket, since A. E Richards, late Judge cf the Suheart. A man who owes an honest debt taken out of her bangs and the starch out Chestnut's withdrawal and promises to and won't pay it, if he can and most men perior Court and W O Harris, late judge of her drees by the cruel down-pour- . make things pretty liyely for the wearer of can if they will, deserves this kind of treat- of the Loui'vilie law and equity court, During the rain Joe Blackburn, in his A-T the numerous bible names, ment, but it is not alwayB beet to try it. A have formed a copartnership for the pracinimitable way, entertained a tent-fuof "Little Matt" Adams and Judge T. 7. mob came near doing Robinson up and he tice of law in Louisville. people with anecdotes and lively running Morrow did not put in an appearince here Two ladies living at Dilton, Tenn., conversation. had to be spirited oil to the penitentiary to His mouth seems to be eet Monday a advertised, but Gen. Watt Har were run down by a train on the Eist Ten- for talking and he uses it early, save his life; often and din and the Hon. Walter Evans met in nessee Virginia and Georgia railroad and to advantage. Afterwards he made a The St Louis people ore more desirous speech mortal debate and the of now thau ever that '.President Cleveland killed. They were crossing a long treptle and as usual put the crowd iu u roar. As Internal Ryenue came out second best by when overtakeu by the train. should visit the city, especially since his a stump speaker be has but. few iq ja!s He congressman wilKins, ol uaio, says has a wonderful flow of words and yester an overwhelming majority. Gen Hardin former acceptance of their invitation bad that Judge Thurman will be nominated by day they flowed with a beauty and power, admirably sustained his reputation as one to be withdrawn to protect the dignity of his office from in suit by the grand army acclammation for governor ol Ohio and that carried conviction that he was dead of the most powerful mumpers in the State and fire! up the democratic hetrt to a de awe. They held a nns meeting this will be elected, although he has repeatedly sure he was right in all his statements. gree never before witnessed here. The re refused to allow bis name to be used. week and appointed a delegation of 50 Senator Beck, with his usual sleJje ham publicans are correspondingly unhappy and Nine mourners at a nero funeral near mer effect, was also one of go to Washington in a' leading citizens to tbe orators. body and urge his attendance at the fair to Mt. Pleasant, Tenn , were struck by light Dealing with facts and figures is bis forte it is understood they will likely make an be held in that city in) September. There ning and instantly killed. The most in- and in his sturdy Scotch fashion be sends tfl )rt to have Col Swopc come here during BYcampaign and lay up the gaps In their prevailed afterwards home are some other people in this country, it ap tense excitement truths that cinnot be gainsayed. We the pears, besides the grand armr of the re among the frightened crowd, which mourn- would like to see him tackle BraJley and badly dilapidated fences, The democrats ed and wailed in a heart-rendimanner. with the true figures of our Stite finances will have the eloquent Joe Blackburn in public. and the last days ol the reps will John Hutchinson, of Xicholasrille, which he carries on his fingers' end, make thtU It is gratifying to knowthatthe Supreme b'ew up the bonse of George Mason with that individual acknowledge that his can even be worst than the first. We feel sorry Court is of the opinion that President dynamite and has been sentenced to 500 for them, but the great fountain of tears Cleveland is a bigger man than Squire d:yB imprisonment in the county work-bous- e van has boen one of deception and chicao cannot be turned loose in their behalf ery. Oliver of the District of Columbia. The at hard labor. Some of the jury Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Jackson, Misses which Gov. McCrea- The dressing-dosSquire refused to vaoite when the presi- were for 1,000 days. ry gave the republican lender at Richmond Lou Jackson and Poca Eell and Mr. C. dent turned him outlof office and appealed John M. Campbell was appointed post- recently, baa made him more popular than M. Randall left Wednesday evening on a to the court, but it decided that he must go. master at Carlisle, but declines the office. ever with the boys and yesterday they camping expedition in the picturesque Now if the same court would decide that The salary is $1,000 and he found after could hardly wait for his time to speak Cumberland Valley. They were well supthe Court of Appeals of 'Kentucky is a big calculating all expenses for office rent, When he did he was cheered to the echo plied with camping, fishing and hunting ger man thau Squire (Stofer, the one who assistant, etc,, he weuld have but $150 lelt and his really fine effort was listenel to ou fits and will have a glorious good time. released Cornelison, we may bs happy yet for the support of his family. Mr Joseph Osrens will handle tho mail with the closest attention. There are 3.S10 colore! Old Fellows Ecme, Ga , a city ofk 12,000 population, Senator John D. Hurls mid a short during Postmaster Jackson's absence, C. DoalorB In has Toted for prohibition by 520 majority. in the State and during the year they have speech which was received with that hearty C. Williams, Eq , of Ml. Vernon, was in The women and the preachers turned out p lid out $7 253 63 to sick members; applause which shows how solid he is in the citv Monday. J L Yadon is in Indi '3 for funerals; $9S9 95 given to wid- these part. Col. Mat Walton also made ana, t'oslmieter J. I) Adkins, Williamsand in every way possible attempted to Mrr. W. shame the whiesy men from voting to con- ows; $2,592 13 devoted to charity; $15,0G9-2a neat little speech, followed by W, P. burg, wns in the city Tuesday. paid out for fraternal purposes. The Kimball also in a happy vein and Ben Lee B. Catching and Master Roecoe are visiting tinue the sale of their fivorite bevertge The scenes attending the election laid over value of Odd Fellows property throughout Hardin pronounced the benediction at 5 in tbe interior of the State while Mr. enacted at Lancaster on a aimiUr oc tho State is $40,827.99 and the amount in o'clock in a little speech that absolutely Catching is in Michigan on buelnesss, II those n P. Brown A Co. have moved their funds, is $6 778.48. sent tbe boys home with enthusiasm. ciaion two to one. grocery to the depot and J, R. Hodge & Our stock is compreheniivc and brand new and prices suit oven NOLE9 Mob' farmers have learned how to use The local option fight is getting warm in of close buyers. Come to seo us early and often. It was the biggest thing o the kiud ever Co. will occupy the house vacated in same by thoroughly mixing one Louisville It Is not likely that it will Palis green line. Mrs. Dr. N, M. Scales is vieiting in seen in these parts. carry, but the whisky men are scared and pound of poison with one hundred or more The tents for the committees were nicely the country. Misses Maggie Davis and are patting a good deil of their doubtfully of finely ground plaster. Occasionally arranged and each could always bs found Alice Ward, of Crab Orchard, and Lillie earned money into circulation to corrupt some inexperienced person uses more and White and Susie Sandidge, Huatonville, at its post. always with bad results. Too much Paris the "honest" voter. The Garrard people never do anything were visiting in this city. John E John green kills tender foliage of young potato A Toledo paper has answers from 21, by halves. Tho whole hog or none is al G. and Daugh W. White, T. T. Reid and plants, and it will not kill the bugs, as it other Clay county gentlemen were here at320 republicins in the United States, of ways their motto. repel them and thwy do not ;nt it. which 11,010 ezprets themselves for Blaine Colonel Tom Corbett, always present when tending the Jackson "White horse trial. Louisville papers are boasting of a Ken- - two or three democrats are gathere togetn for President, G.GSi for Sherman anl (iuai.uii m tuckian who is 99 years old and has neyer er, was there with his honest old face. Tbe practice of cultivating sunflowers is scattering. the rest . !. . .III. increasing, oears ago Drugs, Books, Stationory and been a candidate for office. But a piper in Among the newspaper men present were sua io De rapiuiy The Liti range Oul says it supposes since Paducah says there is a mule near that their growth was confined pretty much to Messrs. W- - P. Emison, of the Gmricr Jour when Gov, McCrea-r- y owe V j I L. J Fancv Articles. young Bradley fainted V K4aw city that is believad by its owner to be nal, J, Wt Hopper, of the Lebanon Standard, the gardens of cottagers and small farmers; ' called his father a liar, that he would nearly 100 years old, and somehow we can't W. A. Mullins, of the Line later Journal and they were deemed a good anti malarial Fhvilclant' rrsscitpttoai accurately compounded have had a fit if he had called him a d n help suspecting plant, equal at least to the boasted eucalyp that the two items refer to and D. T. Fackler, of the Advocate. liar instead. the same Kentuckian. tus. Sunflowers in bloom are not only or in addition to a run on tne long tames a Tim Needham, the temperance orator, you call t'lis a bind of picked mu- couple of gocd ladles, whom we will re- namental about the premises, but they "Do who does not let his prohibition run away sician?" said a hotel manager to the leader member in our prayers, took us of! to a have a good sanitary eflect, and beside the The Largest Stock of Watohes, Ulooks, with his democracy, has been nominated by of a simmer band. "Achl dot vos eo, I ehady nook where they had spread out a seed is valuable for poultry food and as a Jowelry aud Silverware his party for representative from Grant. hick 'em rainesellef," replied the band- private dinner aud treated us to ices and basis for oil manufacture. Prlcet Lowor than Ever toufht to tbli market Asa C. Payne died at Burgin in his master. "Well, then, you picked them be cake as a fitting wind up to tbe barbecue It is omputed that China has 4s0, C!xii and Jewelry Be- Ihe towut, palred on ihojt nctlce and Warranted. fore they were ripe." repast. 100th year. 000,000 people.. 5imi-3.(ftcM- B $nicrior$onnrai THE BARBECUE. - JULY 1ST, 1887 lnl Your Accounts are due and ready ON PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. OFFICE-THOM- Unpaid Accounts of 1886 not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. tik 2ffieBOBBB9S ZEIETTIT -- vTIRS rs l AT T. R. WALTON'S s well-know- n :fi:r,tt:et JA.T 1, 1, WAHrtHTO SCYTHES & SNATHS T. R. WALTON'S r ll BACON WANTED - ng c8 T. R. WALTON n WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. MAIN STREET, e, $2,-17- 8 1 STANFORD. KY. the clos est mj Hj xmBSW, PHARMACIST, 1 J 1 (Mmm.)) 21 JS!.' I"- . - Hatch. I. II, JEWELER. WaU-hM- , I '4 I tt ai I .w ,'J IhV. emi-3Siec- Interior Journal July - Stanford, Ky E. C. WALTON, Thu Tooth IMvilejjm of' tle Lincoln County Stock Fair will be rui'i-dit- i WeiliiPi!n7, July 'JO, to which' time tndri will be J. II, therefor. 15, 1887 IUvmiM AN, Tress. Attention.- London hm had n Jul delivery, i anyIluBlnoati MnnnRor. body uiiuht hnTr predicted who hud "con the binldini; unurroiindt)d 1? wall and ho I. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD nrronued t tie t the prisoners could cotnmti incite with outsider with little or no trotl 12 3.i p. m. Mall train gotus North- - . m. ble. Hmitn l:ur.a. u 1 15 i?rfM train" ttoulh ..... 1 X) a.n " Norb .. A itniv declared Dr. K T. Slephen'on ol The a jOTo ti calculated ou standard Unit. Holir unsound mind Tue'day and Hierifl New. :i It 4tiout 20 tuluutt'i taster land and Alex Stephenson took hitu to the A. C. LOCAL TIME CARO. Asylum at Lexington the same day. The cause of insanity is said tu ba hard study Trains leave Itowland at 5 and 7.20 a. m. and excessive life of the drug tint hat llaturnlDK, airlvealdand I.M l1, v. wrecked so many live, morphine LOCAL NOTICES. The beat ready uiueu pInt are to be bad nt A. It. Penny'. Abk tout grocer fur the Cincinnati Ba ting Co.' cracker and cake. W atciikb and Jewelry repaired ou hor cotica and warranted by A. H. Penny. A OOMriATE dock of jewelry, latwt A. tyle. Kockford watchei a specialty. K. Penny. The firu of Penny & McAIUter having diaoolteii, the Recount .re ready or fettle inent, Come at once and fettle. You may ate coat. PERSONAL. Mit", WooniK Hale han returned 'rom Bomerset Joki. T. I'miiky liti n position with ( aunty Clerk Cooper in lib office. Mies Laura Hcami of lbonerille, i itinunt I'rol. Irvine', in Linctater. .M, I'oMV, for tunny year acitittn of thiii place, ia lien on vuil nfter 13 yeare abence. Mjim. TKL'E!tr.iiiT ers- and M:m Msry My- l have cone to the Teichers' MeetioK .Montraglr, Tenn. Ml! Ltz.tr. and Mary, dMiuhter f Mr K H. Hiai'er, "re luck from ic'rol at Fort Heott, Kma. Mn and Met". J. W. Alcoiin hnve kooe to Dripping S'iriog for a few weekn and Mr J. P. Kindrick, uf Situerfet, h taking rnrc of the children in their absence. K. I). P.MxrnT. of Wayuiwbiirt:, re .rawl home on lait Silurdar from Huey r Oaio, nher he hai been fir the last f j'lr WMjk- - transact n; eoQie reil eMte bin j, .Mr ItiniAitu Conn Sn,Mr. Mollie 'looker, Master" Richard and William Hooker rtd Joseph MeAlioter, Jr., of Lincoln cotinlr, are Tailing at Mr. Thonia Phelpa. Kichmond Climax. Dit. and Mit". V. H. ArtMENiir, of Offemhoro, are eptndinc a couple of month honored tie at Crab Orchard and Tun-dawith call. Ml Jennie liku Oiventboro rut think there I' no pltce like Crab Or 'hard LOCAL MATTERS, :c four men io Sianford orer SO reara of 2e, 10 orer 75 and IS orer three and ten. FtiTKEN to tnenty dollars paid for old uscbine in exchtnve for new ones on Plenty Turnr C. eiiar now. T. II. Walton. monthly piyment HATH". P. Hampton. ' W. Goodrich haa fitted jp nice bath room at Kjwland, wbero for cent" yoa eel a ahower or a plunge. Geore cn will run on the Lrie rotd An rxcun-iot- i from Cincinnati to Nmcar.i FalN on the JIM at the low rate of ?' for the round in the Lincoln arv two Jtinty FAir in which tie premium la $100 etch nnd all the premiums are very liberal, Keniember the date, July 'JSth at n 20th. ' trip Thi:kk rini McKincey frlenda very eflectlvelj tilence the abiurd report that they are mostly Fox men in that aection. The fact ! there are only eicht of the latter in town. OiMi Hocbe IluiiNEi). Hon. Oabe Lickey haa Information that hi brother Ham C Lickey lout his residence at Cuero, Texaa, by fire. It was valued at $0,000, upon which he had an insurance for f 3,600 The Stanford Holler Mills are now turn Ins out daily 50 barrels of as fine thur aa you ever ituck yoar teeth in. Those who have tried it ciy it ia iq'ial, if not better, than the t!net patent that comei here. We have very eiod reports from Lincoln in the legialatiTe race. The chancea are that the pestilent demagogue, Kobbltt, will be left. The as toniihlng thing la that he ehould at any lime, or under any circutnatancea, have been choff n to rpreicnt an intelligent constlt-jenclike the county of Lincoln can Danville Advocate. Kkuit You Aiie y fur-nia- h. k The liuildiog Aeeociation fund continuta to grow and by to morrow night, when an organiiation will be effected, 500 ahare will have been ubcribed. A great deal of the credit in getting it up in due to Captain Frank Harris, ably asatsted by W. II. Miller. Eich nhare ia S100 and theiubacribers will be required to pay on them only J5 centa a week. This goe into a fund to be loaned to any member of the association, or cthei party desiring it, to be secured by a mortgage on the building proposed to be erected. These institutions, by enabling those who could not xaiee the money other wise, have been of great assistance in securing homes and have bten the real cause of the building up of many of our large cities. Then the atock pays in nearly every case a handsome dividend, thereby doubly benefiting the subscriber. The one at Lincas-t- er paid 10 per cent, and all the atock being taken, awociation No. 2 is to be formed. A large number of the subscribers here are railroad men, many of whom propose to se care themselves homes at once. I have sold out my binine at Junction Cily and ak those InJeb.ed to me to please come forward and settle. An eily settle- menfwill save both of us trouble and a I will have to put my accounts in the bauds of an officer If thry nre not paid again. in a short while. J W. Vanirsdall. Mia Djllie Burdett, who has been visiting several weeks in Caey county, returnNo republiciu wno raipecia the cieiii ed home this week, accompanied by her ry of Cj1. Ilobert Illaln can read the chirg friend, Mr Geo Prewitt. Miss 8llie Row es brought against hiui by Bobbin, when WillNui'burg, is spendsng this liir widow wauled to force the payment of land, of week with her sister, Mr. J L. Brooks money honestly due him and tSen ctat his yote for such a blatherskite. Goto the Mr Rowland and little Mtttle, were the Magcltrk's office and read the atuwer he filed guests of Mrs Brook last week. Miss gie Divis and other friends, of Crab Orto a suit brought Id recover money he owed chard, are the guests of Miss Susie B. Wood his eMilf yard. John Vanhook and friend, Burnett, A Kl'NAWAY COUPLE with several attenwill leave in a few days for the far Wet. dants cime over from Garrard Tut id ay OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNU and were married at Sherl Tom Newland's hyltsvP. O KIsom They were Mr. A Mr anil Mi"s Wasell, from Louisville, T. Hyphens, and Miw K la ilMUinont, the have opened a dancing sc'iool in the third Utter a number of ye ra the senior of the stury over Lsztrus' dry goods tlore. groom It was Mr. K soui'a first attempt The mail service between thi point nt performing the ceremony and it U said and Loulsyille has been in bid shape for that whil he did it well lie wai so fright-etie- d 10 days put and should ba put through n that his knets smol each other so patent improved feather renovator. rapidly that hi ctuie nenr Nlliug. Tne fee Mrs. Clark, wido of the late James was not Ure one, hut it will do for a F. C'.ark, removed on Wedne-dnto where John, the eldest ton, has emnti exg ttid hertiV hoping that the nrst will o(n be lined with gold dollars. ployment with the electric light company Morris Yeiser hni old to the Daf and UARRIAGES. Dumb Asylum authorities bis houe and Mis Jnnie, Imghter if Secretary lot and all Improvements on 21 street, with ltX) fjet of ground fronting on 21 street and Liuiir, i to mairy her oouin. W. H running back to 31 street, for ;3,000 I'os on the -- lt. Stephen Henn, who i 5 and hai been eision given August Mr W. CI. Dunlsp, of the 'Jnbunt, who married three lims, ohttined licn'e yes to marry Mr Julii Prewitt, who is li:i bieu with CMonel V. O Bradley in his trdnv 22 aril hai been a wife once before. travels in search of the governorship, returned Wednesday. He nnd Bradley toriELIGIOUS. gether left Richmond and went straight to Key. W. C. Birnes is holding a meetthe Virginia line, the Colonel speaking in ing in Winchester all the counties. Tney parted at Ashland Dr. Bubte has ben elected book on Tuesday. agent of the Southern Publishing House Mrs. Bessie McGoodwin and daughter, of several Lulie, left Tuesday for a vi-- it at to succeed Dr. McFernn. The Kentucky Methodist Conference weeks to the watering places of Virginia. n W. O. Ooodloe and Miss Miltie Bent have Committee ha decided to more the Female College from Millrraburg to returned from a visit to friends in Madison Winchester. county. Colonel I. N. Sheppard, a former There will be a singing nt Rush Branch citlzsn of Danville, now clerk of the Wayne next Sunday at 3 in the afternoon and circuit court, was iu town Tuesday and Brother . B. Henley asks us to request Wednesday. Katie Hnd Mattie, little twin daughter a full attendance, Winchester gives ;!7,91S II and a lot of Mr. nnd Mrs. James S. Chrisman, were worth f 3 000 to get the Methodist College burled at 10 o'clock Tue'dny. The latter from Millersburg, which oflared to add died about 1 o'clock on Monday, Kate the $20,000 to tho endowment fund to retain it evening before H:ilrdy ttnnounced. They The General Association of Colored were sweet, interesting children nnd the Biptists of Kentucky will meet with the idols of their parents. The funeral serviFirst Biptist church in Georgetown on the ces were conducted by Rey. E. II, Pierce 15th of August, to retain in ecina oce and were held at the Walnut street M. E week. Church Sjuili Rsv E E E:yin. of IVint Lick, will Tne remains of Emma J , daughter of preach at the Court 11 use next Sunday at Louis and Sallie M Djrham, arrived from lO.JOin place of Rev. A S. Moflott, who Cinciunati on Tuesday evening and were goes toCampbellsville to assist in the ordiinterred in the cemetery Wednesday at 10 o'clock A M. Emma died of ictltmrnatory nation of Rev. A. W. Crawford. rheumatism, aggravated perhaps by a cold LAND. STOCK AND CROP bath imprudently taken. She was nine Broun Bros,, nurserymen, Pulaski, years old. Mr. Durham is a son of Hon. have failed for $ 12,000. M.J. Durham, his wife a daughter of J. The first bale of cotton from Texas R Nichols of this place. this seison sold in New York at 23 cents At a meeting of Utopia Lodge No. 33 Knights of Pythias, Tuesday night, the folper pound. Sixty-tw- o eheep, huddled together un- lowing preamble and resolution by P. A. der a tree in Oihtemo, M4"h , during Fri- Marks was adopted: Wheheas, This day V storm, were killed by lightning. lodge has learned of the great sorrow which A jockey named Harris was killed and has overtaken our brothers, Jamen S.Chris-ma- n another jockey hid his arm broken in a and L. II. Durham, therefore, Itaohcd, collision on the race track at Brighton That we extend to them and their families Beach. our heartfelt sympathies over the loss of Wheat We are prepared to buy the their little ones so suddenly taken from new crop at the highest market price, dethem; that a copy of this resolution be pent livered at Stanford, Rowland or any station to each of them and that it be recorded on in Lincoln county. J. B. Green will buy the books of the lodge, Wearen A Men-efefor us at Huetouville Before County Judge Lee on Monday evening, Sol and Bob Williams, two neFour Jennets eold in Scott county for groes from Paris, charged with swindling $450 and a yearling for $75. Miller Hnell James Shearen out of a small amount of bought of Hardin Rogers for George Pugh money, were given GO days each in the 35 Iambi that averaged 101 pounds at 5 work-houe- e. Stephen Scott, charged with cents. Carefully prepared reuorts show unlawful shooting without wounding was that there are but 005 acros in tobacco in fined $100, in default of payment he was this county against 1.52G last year. sent to the work house. Wesley Withers, Georgetown Times. for riding a horse belonging to another person without permission of the owner -- $60 Card of Thanks fine. Not having the cnh he went to the I To the Editor ot the Interior Journal work house and so did William Rogers for I just wish to expres, through your GO days for petit larceny. the profound thanks of the family The huge United States llig belonging and myself for tho offices of love and kind to the democrats of Boyle county wes on nets, of everyone toward our beloved de- Tuesday shipped to Lancaster to be used at parted. The ettarts at the nuptials to make the barbecue in Elkin's woods us happy, and the ellorle at the funeral to (Thursday). This Hag was bought In Cinsoften away the shaipness of grief are with cinnati and cost about $67, at the time it out parallel in our knowledge. We rewas certainly known that Cleveland had member in connection with nil the heightbeen elected president. Prior to that time ened joy of the mtrriage and also in conon the occasion of republican victories, the nection with all, the tributes allaying grief. coming of the l'.h of July, Lincoln's We fervently thank all birthday, etc., it was tho custom of loyal J. L. D. Chandler. republicans to show off thtir loyalty by Clifton T. Haggard, a wealthy and displaying near the poitoffi:e a large Union much loved citizin of Clnrk,died last week (lag. When Cleveland was elected the aged Gl. ile was a relative of Mrs, Robert democrats wanted to show their loyalty and McAlister, of this place. the joy of their hearts by flinging the same Marshal Wells arrested in Salem, Ind., flag to the breezj. They asked the repubCharles Carrol, charged with burglarizing a licans to lend it to them for that purpose. store at Junction City, Carrol obtained They refused and hence the purchase of the $100 in money besides jewelry and other flag first referred to. valuables. Charles JoLneon alias Charles Carroll, ex-pey L?x-ingto- n, Li-ma- been recIn conIl'ackhtrrying is tnc order of the day. orded in the Intmiior JoUltNAL, nection with the robbery f a peddler The health of the neighborhood U to'-- f near Stanford, was arrested by the sherifl of rubly good, A delegation Irom our villse will 8alem, Indians, Monday and turned over hold a temprrance meeting at Adams' to Mirshal George Wells Hnd George T, school house on next 8undy afternoon at Helm, of Junction Cilv, and by them he was brought here arid lodged in jiil Tues 1 o'clock. day. Cnarlen is wanted for the robbery ol Died, on the l'h inst., of blood poisoning, Mm. Pattie Hopkins, aged 23. Nhe Hilton's store at Junction City IsH Friday wa loved by all who knew hsr and is now night, when he captured $100 in cash and '$10 or $12 worth of jewelrv. He sdly missed by her ininy friends. The good citlzjns of ISroJbead are de distributed some of the jewelry among some lighted to know thit Mr. John Melvin, of boys at Junction City and that gave him Lily, will inako the race for representative away, Charles is certainly an irrepressa-blthief and displayed considerable shrewdof Hockcaatle and Litirel counties. ness in some refpecls in his last robbery, n Uocle Jim Woodyard, a worthy citi-sof this place, on last Sunday morning but with all that, those who know him best while walking around tne saw mill of Frith think him mentally unbiUoced and a fit Brothers, caught his foot in some way under subject for a lunatic asylum. some lumber anil fell, cutting a very pain OARRAP.D COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ful and ugly wound oyer one eye, He is Lancaster. rapidly improving and It is hoped that he Logan A Sandifer will begin their will ason be able to resume his duties brick making once e BRODUUD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. whoe exphitn have heretofore FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE. 3 taiBiK?HliBiBiBiBiBiVH WL.aaaaMiaaaaaaw'ajraMt flaiaiaiiXTBPil Atfia vBBaHajaaBTBaBaBaBaaaWW s.M 'flaiH at The Baptist Sunday school picnic was held at Joel Walker's Wednesday. Jim Woodcock, a republicin, csine to town Wednesday and went home loaded with democratic fligs. He is now solid for Buckner There is no news now except barbicue items; nothing else is thought of or talked about So' you must make no complaint of my report. Gus Jaubert, Eq., of Ltxington, is in town. Miss Bettie Drye, nf Hustonville, is visiting at Mrs. Jane E. Young's. Mieses Sidie and Je'spi Cjok are viiting Miss Fleecie Cook. Licerse was tailed to A T. S.epheutf and Miss Ella Benuuiorit, who were married Tuetdaj; also to A. L, Lanbam nnd Miss M. A. Whitehead. Tne lulter couple were made one by Juds;e W E. Walker Lancaster is doing htrself proud. All the buildings are being deorattd It has been i long time since we had au opportunity to cbov our patriolif tn and we em brace the rppor'unity With the best President the world ever saw now ruling, irood crojw and fiae wtather, why shouldn't we The most perfect Machine aver invented. Wonderful anting of labor and eaally operated. Ilead the tollowlng tettlmonlal from ladlea of Hustonville and vlclDltv: Thlaii to certify that we are using the Florence Washing Maehlne and think it the only Machine wo ever saw that will do all It claims. It tavtr clothing and labor and is well worth the pilce paid for.lt Mn. J. M. Cook, Mrs. D. W Stag? Mn. i. V. Cowan, Mrs. 8am Held, Mrs. J. P. Klflo. Mrs. T.; J. Rohlnaon, Mrs. George W Rifle, Mrs. J. T. Rose, Mn. O.C. Lyons, Mrs. S. G. Drye, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs. Joseph Coffey, Mrs, J. K. Haughmaa. Now is your chance to secure the Vest Machine of the age. Wc also have testimonials from the following Stanford Ladles: Mesdamcs Sam Owens, T. 8. Doo- ley, Kate Hays, 8. 8. Myers, O. (1. Wine and Mary Straub. FLOIIEXVE It . t Nil V.tCIII.Xi: CO., B. P MCALLISTER, Buslne Manager. Headquarters at Dr. Bourne's, Stanford. I(i WALSH, THE TAILOR, 2:12 FOUU1II AVEXUK, LOtJISVIXE, P. S.-F- INE - - GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN HEIGHT, JR. DB. S. G.HOCKER. HOCKERto& BRIGHT, iiigoixs.) sref essoks w. if. We will continue to handle tho justly celebrated and most Dopular COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. lt. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place the OLIVER CHILL FLOW in the lead of all others, whero it justly deservoj to be, Ask your neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steol plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL rejoice? Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. Iu the I have returned from the barbecue grounds. Everything there i in hip shape PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have order Mesrs. Ous Jaubsrt and F M by n competent corps of as- any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. rtsifled IV. It. McKLWKY, SuIcMiiitii. sistants, are prtpiring the mutton and jit -- Ste-ga- r, shoals for the feast. It made my mouth wattr to see lie circases ready for roasting. The kettles for the burcoT are hung and they look large enough tn hold nil the crowd will want acvr ADVKUTISLJIK.ITS. xi. CJi MEHCIIAXT TAII.OIC 1 have received and still receiving Nt-hvi- ll G. A. BENEDICT STAMOHD, & CO., New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising Wej-leya- the best in the market, which wlt be . KhXTlTKY. Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!. at factory prices. r Weill Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Mono in City or Country Give Me a Trlnl. Drilled to order and pumps farmUhed 25-- t t H. O. RTJPLEY. ICE.! ICE! ICE! I will deliver to regular customers and rlclnltr evert In Stanford morning at WEAREN & MENEFEE, One Cent Accounts due at the when customer nulls. Per Found. dose ol each month or II K. II Ml now. ! rVllJZ GREAT HORSE FAIR OF THE STATE. SEVENTH ANNUAL or TUB EXHIBTION ! MADISON COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION, TO X. J V i S Bug-fries- . WORKS,; VI I y X. CE 1ILLD AT RICHMOND, TUESDAY, AUtiUST 0, And continue Four Days, TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES Upon the Track each Day. Special tralni to and Irota Parli, Cyntblana, Lan. Wlnchcittr, Lexington, Danville, caitcr, Liviogiton and all points reached hj the K. C. II. It. Tnxt'i celebrated Daod will lurnlnh the Muilc. All Ladles Kreaon the Firit Day. T. T. COVINGTON, J. 1. HKI'.NDON, tfecralarv; Aksltiant Secretary HI. K. B. TEUBILL. President. Carriages. Surrevs. Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Farming Implements, Engines, Mills,, Carts, "Rlinrls Pio.kfir, "Farmine-- &o Our Stonk: of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever! be fore, from the cheapest to the best. TJfinlfir in "Finn Phsetc-DS- , . e AFTEH 'fM CHICKEN All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and sec our line assortment before it is broken. J. U.GREEN, Cholera Cure ! & WEAREN & MENEFEE. HuHtonville, Ky. ARt.. Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Orloana and Toxas Paolflo (Cincinnati New Shortest and Quickest Line to Now Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. Daily Dally. Ex. Bun. i Dally. 55 a m 10 60 a m 11 25 a in 7 s, No.l. i JtAl DOWN. risAiNs eou ra Wo, .So. 3. tio. b. 4 7 i. .TATION3. L've...'inclnnat .. hi) Vrv i, Dally. ., ., ., Dally. Georgetown KA VV. rilAlNSNOKTII. Wo. 6. Ha. 4. Dally. Kx. Bun Dally. in! 6 40 am ml 4 10 a in m! 3 48 a in miff 23 a in Wo. 8. Daily. y 03p 05p 7SSp 1147 am 8 02p 1221 ami 8 43p 12 33 a m 8 69p 12 45 1 S3 2 45 fi 23 3 30 3 a') 8 00 10 W S 10 ml 9 00 p in in II 33piu iujn sspiu m 12 21 a iu iu in in' ,. 1 1 I eilofiton Nlcholaivllle. .Harrodshurg Junction.. 05 a m 15 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 bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens. of anteed. If, after using 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. 50-centwo-third- Thousands of pm! p iu' p in a m a in a mi p in 910p ' 42 n nil in,. i.. ., Kings Mountain M ..Oakilale CbalUnoogA JunctlcnCitv somerset Danville 6 m 10 25 a 3 47 p m 7 27 a 3 20p 700a 0 27 a I 51 p 2 Sp T5l7a (5 8.1a 2CSp 12 4'J 3 Up mi in ... . ... 135p n 520a iu, 2 Si) a to 2 28 am 1155a .' . ,. .. 5 8 8 8 0 11 pm pm ' ,11 00a m 55 am 45 ami., 50 p m , 00 p in . n a ' . .. 15am,. . New Orleans Birmingbim Ku'aw... Meridian I0 4 35p 30p viupu 0 3? p m 10 110 am 40 am 6 20 am 3 45 a in 0 00 a 833 8 00 a m ., 6 55 p in ., 7 10 p in. 15pm Meridian Vlcksburg. tfhreviporl T. P Junction - pin 300 am 655 pm 7 8,00 a m ... 50am s at 9.80. No. 10 No. 9 leaves Oakdale dally except Sunday. atO 15 a. ., Arriving at Chatunoi leavoa Chattanooga at 4.30 r. if., arriving at OiUsle at 7.15 P. ti. Mann Boudoir BuHat Slwpluj Can on all through trains. H. COLLBRAN. Oen'l Frt. .1 Vu. Act.. JOHN C. OAULT, (len'I Maaajer, It. X. HYAN, Asit. Uen'I Frt. A I'aw. Agent. H. CAUROLL, (Jeu'l tfupt. W. W. WELLS, tiuperlntendent, Somerset, Cy. Genoral Offces, Bt. Taul Building, West Fourth Street, CInclnn.il, Oo. , wi&nTzszrzrTTZX: r&v ai'tmy 'awwgw!-iniiiji.!.i'jrj-J- f f Senii-ffittccfclfilntt fTA W Diouiso rior lournal conrad to To keep the hair from filling out, wash the head once every week iu 4 tit water, rub tbe cilp with s dry ciame lotrel, and then apply a drein' cmip)oil uf bar ruoi and sweet oil, into wbicu a drop of tincture of Ciotharidei has ui'ied To prevent the hair from turning ra melt four ounces of lard and four drums of epermacetti together. When coal, add f'.tr draim of When ilretiing the hair oxide of bismuth rub this mixture well into the head To preserve the hair, mix three ouccts of pulverized tin into a piut of cool soft water. Place it in a covered tiu vri'el over a fire f )r ten minute and then strain it, adding a taaspcoafui each of pulmis d borax and Rait. Kep it in a tightly corked bottle. or eoft AVtei min? apply with a cloth, rubhinj; the hetl (jeatlv. Thi done, carefully brush the hair with a soft, pliable Vruib. Vie it morning and nUh'. To promote the growth of the hair, ue ha f en runce of jpiril of amtunnU, jne ounce of olive oil, one draw eati d co'ire atd one Mix to dram of tincture of cicthari-V"- . gether and rub the he.d with It once a n.i - ri dw foreOtor rctpe? will produce : iriim.' tier wit prife bn An Irishman took a EIGHTH EXHIBITION OF public well. When bo '25 feet down he came one had dti.nirrniug t)d found it caved in -- filled near 1 cautiously looked to the top. ASSOCIATION, aioind and saw that no one was near; he To bo Held In Burnhatn's Woods, near took eff hi hat and coat, hung them on MADISON the windlass, crawled into the bushes nd KIRKSVILLE, C0UNT7, KT awaited events. In a short time the citiONthat thu well had caved in, FRIDAY & SATURDAY. JULY S3 ic '23 zens and, seetrg Pit's hat and coat on the wind lass xuppesed that he wss at the bottom of a few hours of brisk thesxeayation. I'risidkst-- C. C. CHUI3MAN. diccinc cleared the Iooe eaith from the Bkcrktaki JAS. 13. WALKER. we!'. Jii't as the oncer ciliztna reached Amita.vt SKCRETAir B. B. HIMMONS. Treasurer - J. B. KSIBHY. the bottom, and were wondering where the Kt.Nd MAUH1U.A. B. FLORA, AMO.i ELLISON body wis, Pit cum out of the bushes and good ntturedlv thanked them for relieving him of o ortj a job. Some of the tired 1. Best bouie-nuJchceie special pretal. digjtr.' were disjusted; hut the joke was urn bj John O.Tj-lor- , wholesale anJ alljw anything more than a tooco-dtS 5.00 retail grocer, RlchoionJ, Ky., 2. llestolJ ham fi?clalrCDituui by Col. hearty laituh which soon followed. S.CO Ky., D. V. IitIqp, a Well. dig n b.--- The KIRKSVILLE PAIR I't -- O-il- OFFICEB3: sent eight flrecompiulee with total assets ol eeronty-Ilmillion dollars. Lightning clauses attached to fito without aJdltlocnl charge. All honest losses settled promptly aud without discount 20.00 17, Bst Uarneu Mare or Gelding three yean old and under four special pre- mlum by Wiggins A Brock, Hardware, and Farming Implements, Rtehmond .. 15.00 13. Host harneos Mare or Gelding two years oldandunJer three special premium by Shackellord, Gentry A Co,, Hard, waro and Farming Implements, etc, Richmond 10. 00 40. Beet Harness Mare tinier one year old 10.00 50. Beet Combined Saddle and Harness Mare or Gelding any age 20.00 51. Best Harness Stallion of any age style, speed, durability considered special premium by Green A Embry, Lire Stock Commission Men, Cincinnati 50.00 T 1I-Id- VALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, t. VALL PAPER, AT-- . ROBERTS & STAGG'S e douu'lH The Sensations of (tie cis thtt the Dying. It in is 3. Best unny instances I, btii6cil. ru t, 6. The announcement 'A ine i'tedeni'i) fi"'-determination not to vi-'. L 'Jis during the national encampment of the Grand ROYAL rtiVSja t 7. Best gallon of Ice cream 5.00 Army of the Kepuhlic in September will 5.00 -- . 8. Best gallon of Sherbet INTDESXTV- 9. Best Black Cako-l- st premium y 11. J. be received in that city with a keen saoe Streng, wholesale and retail dealer In cf disappointment and all orer the country Shoes, Ac, Dry (tool, clothing, with profound regret that circumstance " 10 00 Richmond should have sri-e- n to warnnt ucli an ex5.00 VnJ premium by Association 10. Best Sponge Cake 5.00 traordinary course. Tnst the chief wann-trat- e Riferring to the question of Federal aid 11. Best bushel of new Wheat- - special of the United State, tbe lupreme ex premium by E. Form in A- Hon, Bontnit aid the United ecutive authority of the land, intrusted tu eduction, Senator B.-c10 00 Mills, Richmond S.'ite givtfrntaent ie a trus'.oe with thsalmini drain i o' tin What Si (k luaait'Slloasas: & other eolemn obligations by toajroice of a fen'e is toere in having the people cive 12. Best bullion four years old and orer S M.OO 13. Beit stallion three years uld aud under ett free psople, nhould ba deti;rrel from viit-u- ; money to thu eovurnment whio the Mk map m four 10.00 any pinion of the countrv by threat is to xiyo back to the ptop't? The It. Rest ti!l:on two years oil aud under cf insult to hi') huh ofice, U otnethinc p.iwer it crant this woney implies the 10.CO threo heretofore unknown in our national expe-riecc- o. power i We shall 15. Best Stalllo n, uuro or gcldln;, ono year to its distribation 10 W oid and undir two It is something that never should hare intxsd i:rio lis with tex' bo)ks pre 10 00 16. Rest bullion under one year old have been known. Trie bare sugstion lI scribed b ttie Federal government The 17. Best thoroujh bred mtre an I colt under a contitueur- - is startling to the coaservh-tfv- go7ernaet t i' Je'erinine what histories ono year old iptclal premium by Mil Hon A Fox. Ltrery and Sale stable, sentiment cf the Union. -- Washington our children sh ill red Tne Lord's prayer 20.00 Richmond will ba driven ou of ths school room, and, Critic. 13. B st brood mire ani horse or mtre colt if tii- rpilVien ctnih it, they will sub premium by under one yeat The "Year Bock of ins City of Carle-ton- " Thlst jwJer t t r iimm A i..a t! Iiut.lj slitute for ii a national nnthem, 'Jobu J. II. Cotton, dealer In Dry Goods, NoM re economl'ii strength and wbu.ronionas for 1SSG has been published. It ciyes iLi, sod rau Du U soil Boots, Shoes, Ac., Klrlsrille... . 10.00 than tbe Brown's body lies mold'ring iu the tomb." tions, competlton with tbe mu'tlttide of low Mt .short a thrilling account of the erthq'iake, so S.DOLK houses: wclgot i.uui or ihsptiate powders. Soldinl In Lu: titer and spplau'ej UIII nl lit v on liiiiul a luryo iintl Helect T are de I'urnl disastrous in that reyior. cans, 19. Best Stallion four yars old and orer RoraLBaKlNit Fowoxa Ce, turo and rntlprljilior'. i.ootN. My prlct' will Uullnt lou hn miicJi iin luC Wall Street. New Vork special premium by Messrs. June A la 1573, while J. Ilimp Kriptioo of the earthquake wares, their wis sherifl KootN ran l hoiti-li- l in Uit ihlen. Uiw me a trial and you 125.00 John B. Walker, Richmond h.s iccoun's were J3,-00appearance and the semaiton they produc of Ctllowiv con Mill In) contliicetl thai 1 mM louor fliiin ! Ioiii-hI- . 20. Best Stallion three years old and under short He thougSt a deputy hud rob ed. It is estimated by t n careful observer lour special premium by Jack FreeCollege. last the waves were at Van two feet high, uea aim. .usin,' goia tne Uiticiency man, Groceries. Biota and Shne, Rich toco bankrupted him, and he has since support mond extraordinary height. Some writers in ALEX. .. I'AXTO.V, I'l.KS. that a lift or thrust of one cr two in- - ed his family a' a day laborer. Rscently 21. Best Stallion two years old and under by W. B. three tpec-a- l chimneys and his wife was tent to an insane aylutu, and, che:. will suffice to overthrow Next "f s u . m . .ii j White, Flee Clothing and Kent's Fur other masonry. It appetrs to be certain, in her raving told of mousy hidden in a to.co nlshlng Qoodi, Richmond Thursday, the 1st of September however, that the elevation in Charleston smoke-hoii-- e. reveiled $3, 22. Best Stallion, Mare or Gelding one year old and udder two special premium by was far more than this. One writer thinks 200 in It is thought she conInstruction thorough, and discipline kind, l.t W. W. rjgg, and Llrery Stable, firm, (iraluaies ou lour dlf? 'rent lourtrs rrng-ethe height o the esrth waves in Charleston cealed the money in one of her attacks to suit the tastes and capacities of girls, Otfsrs 10.CO Richmond spwlal attracioni lu the Deuirtuieuu ol Art and jaust have been a foot, sod was, perhaps, The discovery not only set the ex Sherifl on 23. Beet Stallion under one year old spe Musk, fend for catalcg .e 29 tf cial premium by Cobb A Wbltlock, more on "made ground" and that the prin-- his fee', but cleared his reputation of susDrugs, Groceries and Hirdware, Kirks- by picion pal damage to buildings was caused LOUIS SL'HLKtJEL, 10.00 vllle tne flow of these waves, rather than by a An English aslronsmer claimn to have KOCKtway aiMi, 'shock" or blow directly delivered. proved tht the star sixty-onCygni is 0 21. Beat Mare or Geldlag-specpremium MAKES by Stockton A Willis, Druggists, Paints, Magnanimous Men. Gun. Grant's pithy billion miles from the earth. Then li;ht RICII.MOXI), KKUllKV. Oils, etc , Richmond 315.00 --. which tlieu from the sun to the earth in ncaark that "if nobody had been left but SADDLE BIMO.Photograph! in all styles aud sizos. a a?she soldiers we would have had peace in a eight minutes, is nearly 10 months in com- 25. Fastest and best ptcer or racker special premium by J. C. Lyter, Gent's FurPictures in India Ink. Crayon and he had observed that "some ing from 61 Cygni. Yet this is our next year," and that nishing Goods and Merchant Tailoring, Water Colors. cf the warriors did not get warmed up to door neiahbor among the stars, and tbe 110.00 Richmond next one to it is probably as far beNew leija. Ii Franks an I Mi's at rery low the fiht till it was 07er," indicate the KaNCV TVasoi'T ww. b Qh S w3 Prices. (201 .ly. died It ia a yond it. It will be seen that the pets who 20. Fanciest Turnout special premium by Jratae of mind in which be jL1, 5 Crooke A Son Dry Goods and Merchant remarkable fact that nearly all the great talk so glidly about "lifting from star tj i m R Tailoring, Richmond 110.00 Feed, ?ul 1 bo ntc I a few montbi before c nacencst. men identified with the struggle of the re star" want to do some very rapid flitiing. 27 Best horse for General Utllltr, regardPhiladelphia Icquirer. AND Si' far bock "Ti MoTittiu," maaol fn hellion came in the end to have this feel less ot sea special premium by J. W. IliutirtriD lUoitaton to A'jc'ji, Ga. ! SALE Wllmore, Drugs, Hardware and Uro hg toward the Southern section of the land Uadtr the postal treaty between the Uni Sciatica, Scratches, Contracted 10 00 csrlcs, KIrktTllle Cnase, Sumner, Andre, among ted S ates and Mexico, wbich has been Sewarl, Ha-Irented the stable on Iep.t street, I am Lumbago, Spralr.i, Mnscles, 23. Best toy rider under It years old tl prepared to train nnl tra horses on reasonable 3w t ie stiteimen, are most conspicuous iu this signed by tbe President, which went in ef Rueamatiici, Strains, Eruptions, premium by O. W. Pickets, dealer terms. County (Vut trade eollcltel. connec'ion. Of the military men who saw feet July 1, the rates for all raailub'e matStitches, Bnrnii Hoof Ail, In Saldlti, iisrness. etc., Richmond, a J OllS It. f.t Itl'KSTKlt.Ky fclanloid, 3caldi, Screw StlffJoinu, the highest service the most of theta hardly ter are the atne as all domestic r ties in tbe boj's saddle, worth .... 10.00 Stlng Backache, Worms, Ita&NKU Rt.NG. waited for this change of heart. It was United States, and tbe prohibited articles Bi'.ei, Galls, Swinney, 29. Faitfjst Stallion, Ma re or Usldlng one put of the spirit that made them both brave are tbe same as prohibited in our domestic Brubci, Sores, Saddle 0 alii, year old and under two, to bo led or Kowpcrt News & Missis-.;?Boston Herald. ValiJ7 z' und great Bnnions, Spavin mails Ojnce letters go for two centt; news Piles. driven Are times arounl the ring, speJI.UXM, I.ItllllO.MI. KV Corns, V Crack. cial premium by B. II. N'eale, Richpipers from the office go for one cent per BY DAYLICHT Kentucky Fairs. mond B. 20 00 TH' GOOD OLD STAND-Bpcund and third-cla'fhrough the CANONS ol NEW RIVER ani t matter one cent for 22 -- 2 day tH Kukaville.July 30. Boat Mare or Oeldlng any age style, UlEOHANIES and lift BLUE RIDGE, payilrj WHITE Isclalme i For a good Tahe tfO ouues. Svasford, July 27 -- 2 days. speed aui durability couildered speornnua ana otner summer Ht'C'i ct (hs fur It Onenf the reawns for the (treat (Mipularlty i. And clean and well furnished rooms. lhl Hotel Alleghany Mountalnt In Virginia. -- 4 days cial premium by Wllkle A Sloet, Llro has no superior, (lood ample rojis attachod. A curiom experiment indulge i in by Danville, Aug. 2 tl.o Mustang Liniment Is found In Its unlrrrmil HIUtts J.'OOper day Stock Comm'silon Men, Cloclnnitl, O , 50.00 niipllrubllltr. roryl,ody nerds auchn mtl.'tn 2ully FIUS3T SVMUEQ CLIMATE IK AiTSSIIA. young men about town who tiave a feolinv Richmond, Aug, 9 -- 4 dayi. The Lumlirrmnn needs It In rate uf sccldenr of resentment toward street binds Harrodeburg, Aug 9 -- 4 days. Tin llomrwllo noeds It for general famllr u h io get Obsermllon Cars Irom Kananha Fall to Charlottes XDA.Y. Tin- Cuiinlrr nee-d- It for his teams and bl Lawrenceburg, Aug 10 4 dnys. illle Breakfast to Supperj Irom April 1st to Decern pieces of lemons, stund before the municiatis J.V III Tlic .Mechanic uccdj It atnars on Us n LOKDOiV, KT. mules: Columbia, Aug, 16- -4 days. as they prepare to pi ty and to suck 31. Best encli. yoan old Uitit Jle ONLY SOLID TRAINS mih PULLMAN CARS I' . 1J. RILEY, Proprietor. Maytville, Aug. 17- -4 days the sour fruit It is stid that no nuiiicfan 3J: Host Harse it t'O year old and orer 10.00 The Miner needs It Inoasoof emergencjr. ilule o;e and unTin- - l'ioiiirrneelslt can'tgetalong without fihelbyvllle, Aug 23 -- 4 days. can shape hi lipi to blow hu horn when der two io.OO Thoroughly l.ciiontc! anil Urfnr. L:uisvillo, Cinslsnati, and L:slsjt:a t: 'I'll o runner neetls it In his house, hl t.m. looking at a ruin eating lemon, i.n i much 33. But Horsj Mule under one ycarold 10.C0 nlNticd lliriiiii;hiiiit. Sprint: fiild, Aug. 30 4 days. I'lril-cliiNant Ms St. kjard. 1'arp IO.OO tjuj ol ml (orer Tltif Htrniiilinat mnn nrfbp lliinliiiaii mill roiiHOiialilpirlc. liny mill nlclit Litnnia, Aug. 23-- 5 days money is usually wigered oa the result of 31. Mare Mule Best Maro Muleoao year and under two 10.00 liiliiHiire met lj- jiolllo 35. "I !!b ral ip Iratloatcndatliori-- . t'orlcrwor UiIh Lexington, Aur. 30- -5 day. the experiment. TIip Morac Iimrlrr needs l 35. Beat Mare Mule under one year old Ms I.mI It 10,00 IiOiiiliir IIoimp, Paris, Sept. 0 -- 5 day. ttleudand rafot saddlk mnsKs: "M s3n,"8siJ Mr.Srlgglns to tin little It- -It r nects Tlio will sovu hi i 3". Beat saddie Maro or Keldln four yeiri Barditown, Sept. C- -4 da." tl iiaii l of l"liar and a ircrld of trouble. eon, w io wfi- - dev iijrin? an eu it w Mr lal old and premium by LoFalmouth, Sept. 13- -5 dja Tim Itnllriim! nifiu nrvdalt au.1 will i.i-Spri.s; n.'deilre to imtruct bit hjy "my gan A Brewer, Fancy Dry GooJs, Boots, ' n'n .Isl.f. Isnr uud f acr.rntsaiuliliii',:or Somerset, Sep'. 13 -- 4 day Hhnea, Hats and Clothing, Lancaster .... 1 10. CO on, da you knov that chicken come out The lliicliivnnileiiiiiii needs It. Titer) Ie not Connects In same depot In Waih.ngton l.r Germantown, Oct. 12 -- 4 da7. In r like It as an nulldoto for tbo danifirs t.j l.f Saddle Maro of eg?1' 'Dj they, fatbei?" avid the S3. Best old and under or Gelding throe gUouiSVIltt NtwatSANYaCHICAtOfitBALTlrvfoRE, limb and "Oinfurt tvlttch surround tlm years lour special preThis in tbe btnana eeason in New York younj bopb'u; "I thought ibe remsc" TIip .tlorcliuiit nerds Itntioitt his store am on mium by E. V. Llllard, "Lancaster PHILADELPHIA, and the market ia glutted with fine fruit The elder Spriinj drew back from the Druggist," Paints, Chemicals, etc., NEW YORK. til employees. Accidents will lucp-i- i, and when these como the lt:ataui; Llulmt at uuj.iutvt Direct route to Lancaster 10.00 A The ripe bananas must be so'J or thrown table 8dly and gizsd on bis non, and then Keepn Holt Ie in the limine. 'TIs the Ixst of 39; Best Saddle Mare or Gelding two years LYNCHBURG, 30 or more can b) put on h'n bat and went out economy. a.way and bunches of LKiviNc. norif old and under three special premium DANVILLE, Krrpn llnlllr In tlm Fnrtory. Its Immediate toughl for 25 cents. Tne unripe fruit is And all points by Green A Farrls, dealers In Boon, A Tera photographer admtin' a to "take accident LOUISVILLE A CIXCIX.VATi VIRGINIA and NORTH InCAROLINA. use In raseitofllottltt sares ialnand Ims uf toj;ea shipped to all points of the country and ft photograph a 8boea, Uats, Caps, and Gent'a FurnishICeep Alsvarln I lie Mutilc fur quick a a mule can kick." ing Goods, Richmond 10.00 Daily, secures to trarelera un m'Iicd wunied. bananas ripens rapidly. Previous to BuriinBton Free Presa. 10. Beat Saddle M are or Gelding one year TICKFTS IN SEAS0N- .were brought to this country from Biracoa old and under two special premium by Aepeowallin sailing veate'a, but now THE MOST RAPID SERVICE ud Drunkenness or the liquor Habit Positively C. Uunley, Sale and Llrery IN KYVIVT iKhK 5, '37. Stable No. I Dally Cured by adminiiteritig Dr. Haines' Dill, i'l (ally 15 b eimere are engaged in the trade ., Richmond 10.00 Golden Specific. 41, Best Saddle Mare under one year old Erer attempted between the izreat commercial la order to increase tbe demand the whole- n,.V.ianii,e RlTei? ln a.c.u,P coffee or tea theUblsRtTer and t'hlrauo, and hence Lre I)uIstI1o neclal premium by J, B. Walker A Bro. 7 ni p ji n so a m of tlip person taking it Is sale dealers furnish posters giving receipts the laatest time and most comfortable trains be Arr p in II 5n absolutely liarmlesi and will Dry Goods, Groceries, Drugs, Fanning a permatween all points In Ihe South, or to the Went " Whlloriulph rainii,.. Ii ') u'c s in a in 00 zing Ihe fiuit &s pota'ots, to fry, in nent and speety cure, whether effectpatient Is a KY in the ictutil ImplemeuU, Harness, Saddles, etc., audA'orrnrPMf. The counterpart of this train " CharlotlsTlt(V M Juncl) S 10 p m II io a ui i "uuciaio ii miner or an aicoiioilc nreeV " Itlchtuoud etc. From present iddlcs. Thousands of drunkards have been niadeUm 10.00 on all trunk lines Is denominated The IJmlt-ei- l Elrkarllle 10 p m 5o p iu filiuTniJ, pH KeprenH. Tbe superb rolllnj stock wh em " Newport New. 10 ui il 3" p m E. H. BURNSIDE. preand ploy gives patrons Uillhilttrtl Comfort. fiC "lcli "ui-- i.iKcn knowledKe.and 4! Best BroodJ.MareCarter, dealer In LumUone, this sewon's crop will be heavier than " Old t'olnt Comljrt 11 CO p m 7 00 p m their coffee without their uoiaennpecnc mium by B. STAt all Coupon Ticket Otllcoa In tbe South " Norfolk 7 40 p York Star. bellev they milt drinking of their own in my previous one.--yeyon will find our time tables and tickets, cay 31 " Washlngtou I0.C0 ber and General Merchacdlee 'J 40 pm ntpm This Old iree nni. n WKVKIt FAILS. The system Well - Known get Jlonon and stick to Jloiton, if " llalllmure 11 .' II 2S pm pni u uecomes 43. Best Walking Mare or Gelding any age ..vi.iiicSMuiruniiii nm oiwi-inBrighton, Pennsylvayou rant to aa re money and bare a pleasant JourMotel I 00 a u. " I'nllad-lphi n a m an utterlmosslblllty for thellnuor appetite to A citizen of New Maintaina ita special premium (In gold) by Citizens ney. K. O. MrCOUMICK, " New York exist, lor full i. i am (i in a n. High nia, in order to vent his spite against a SPECIFIC CO., particulars, address GOLDEN General Passenger Agent, Coicago. National Bank, Lancaster 20.00 185 Kate at.. Cincinnati. O. City ticket Agents and Officers: , AND with whom be had quarreled, saDOLB kino: teighbor For Tickets, Rales, Information, etc., spply at swiKPSTaicu E. A. Buckmkr, 227 4th Ate.. Louls-IIl- e, Ky. 41. Beat Saddle Stall. on any age special I. M: Toaacic, 12V Vine at., Cincinnati, O Ticket utllce or address Xti ltfPiri9t2r i determined that went to the local ctmetery and, after de W 41 ICK HAITI. II. W. rdLI.KK, bo ueoond to no Coantrr premium (In Gold) by First National it 2d Vice r'lealdent, Usn'l Poaa'r A't stroying the flowers on the grave of a little (20.00 Bank, Richmond Hotel in the State in iu Fare, Blchmond, Va. LeulsTllle, Ky, it "When Ilaby wm Ick, we garo child of the same neighbor, dug up the 15, Beat Saddle Maro or Gelding any her Caatorla, cial Appointmenti, or AttennoiiaukfUii i.m.iir known t , ulLllnonhira When she w.vs a ChUd, she cried for Castorla, XiEJB F. HUJfr JUAN, premium by W. 51. Gulley, tion to Comfort of ground and so thoroughly salted it that ant (.It-- :. W TU S IUTS.1 Wi li.t iot I coml lr. jpjpp0iftrau-- 4 B4i u fl Agent for Plant A Mark, Cincinnati, O: 25.00 When ah- became Mlaj, she clnn- - to their Gaeits to'.hiog will ever grow uponltajalo. a'ilt, talin c XT Castoria, ttigiimttUiftcticn. i: drANFOKD, KY, Wien sto ha.1 Children, ihe ?are them Caatoria id. Beat Harness Mare or Geldtog four uraiybyui AlcMtt A- LI. I. years old and lal premium by to and from L" bt The sign "Beware the D:g" is not hung lairiaj:!nl:iiCt fiee of chsrae. Special aernmmodatl tbe de (Scots MilL ttim Kionalrd Brothers, General Insurance dtti oo.th sftls ItuJun.K. Y, oas to Commercial Trarelsra. The liar Clnelnnatt.MBIB he who runs may read," but "that . o p "that .a a yen Uotsl; will Agents, Lancaster, Accident, Tornado, always "jplted with the ehalcesl I t'ur ; trnus Oxide Gi i.JulalJlsr i mat I EjlltyDrujjI.tl. Llfv rd l'lie Inturaue They repre triads of LI'jaort nad Cluars. ia Tfhv km!? bi7 run." fL'fe. rtijui . . ftLe ii.ttVs r! it and psrnapi t'ley are the majority dying person.lp'e gra In tllyin'o an unconccioue ne tint eud their bodily pun, and savts f the fi lal parting them fruui th ang wit'i ihoe they letre behind, I' is not hoivever, 'orcVune's of compre heminn to persit to the last, and perhaps it is s'ill more common for some of tbe epcUl ents to preserve their activity. We thmi it wis EntieU WittMier wl'o, in hi'Gentril Patholcgv," dwelt purlicular-l- y i of Ihe sense of hearon trie ing iu nun ci-lonif sf.er the apparent occurrecce ot tincoti'ciouences, ncd who tenderly ciu'.imetl ti' re tilers that this should brf bturne in mind. New Yjrk Medical Journal. s pret-rvitliite k 5 plate of beat biscuit tpeclal pre lulum by Co Injton A Arnold, whole tale and retail grocers, Richmond, Ky.. Best loal of light bread (salt rising), to .srwlliorrespjudeo. sdire .! be undo ol "J. V. M." tlour special er, Klrksnlle.or J H Euibry, s premium by Tarris A Burton, g rocer-le- s .l,W be pr miptly attenlfd to and drugs, Silver Crest wlue speBeit two bottles lnuie-iuidcial premiums 1st by J. S. Collins, i'urultnre, Flue Carpets, etc. Hand. le.oo some Steel KograTlog, worth 2od,byJ. J. Drools, Druggist, it, ch 250 mond Best three pounds ol butter special premium by J, I' Herndon, dealer In 8.00 Drugs, Paint, Oil, Ac, Richmond -- Each parson twelro years old and oror 50 cts Children between 7 and 12 years old 55ctt Children underseren years old nochtrg, to charge lor Tehlcles. J. B. Walker's and Wll more and Cotton's Stores In KlrlsWIIe. Tickets must be products!, no money rcetTd at the ctte. L'icellent Sft!':; I)- - all hirsts within sight of 5.00 the grounds Wall Paper, u Jb urnitur e, toJ.lt. Creek Walk will t Cases, Gaskets, Robes. HjlW as low as tho lowest. . r w vaA Fulland Oomplote Stock of tbo above and pricos B. K. TTEAREIU, Stanford. Bt. - FURNITURE STORE 9IAK MTFIMIAX, ropriolor. S A h-v-- 1 a gov-orntu- SSI ifel $$ e - Absolutely Pure. o!l-ip- eclI i T-.e- re it, Sif t3N 0 Stanford Female as-le- Inve-iigiti- d MOTHER! i r . r - C e lil PlIOTOGlUlUI., - 8$& BEAST! ill - vvsVVL. Z i 1 Livery, Training, tu STABLE ipe-cl- Jj Mexican Mustang J 52 Liniment ounias !irir2Ii s ' WILLIS HOUSE, . v s . J. WILLIS, Fropriotor. -- ac-.- Y jut-rnu- SECOKD - s ni-- - j 1 n-- -.' - It-- 207-C- orer-tptc- SEEnjinFiyunl Moclt-grouc- ti . -- NEW PAST1MAIL .ttu-ir.- 13-5- sr ia. clt-iea- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. and atiii Reputation, A o Colt-sjx- clal i Propr w y -- U i w I -- age-spe- ' h -i OYer-pc- CI HUHOEON DENTX8T, - ,t ' u 1 hi a3