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VuhllKheil Tiiemtnu itntl -- AT IlaMl Imtefw STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1887. ion anil I were in advance, when we reach ed town, and we naked a lad if he knew where the Tabard Inn wan "Xo, sir," he responded, with an accent decidedly American, I wm taken aback, but my friend "Where Is the hole ,'1 and he save u a perfectly accurate direction to the plaru we nought. Which taught me afresh the Iuon that Ihe average youth of Amei-ic- n dealt more in Miblnnliil fict than in fancy nainej The boy had never read "Chaucer" and w innocent of clamicnom mrfn&L NO. 248. flltST Frlilau SU I'EllANNUM.CAHII. t akd, understood (f wecredlt that 31 V) will toctM ud deiuandod. W. P. WALTON-GEORG- E enclalurr. ' am hhnmed to ty that I did not know where our pretty hoitelry cot it mine; but a friend of our puty, who i in authority GOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE in "folk lore," told me that It wa Ihe inn where Sir UeUlrey Chaucer ami hi 29 piliMi.viHis grim companione met, on their way to Cm terbury to pay their duty nt the holy briue Ili'mtv. Tenn , July 1 h, ls7 Dent iNrKKDJt. -- We t(iiiel work at "f Thom&e-- Bucket Which fet me lo Kjuim1 S imlay tiuhi l4i, with a cirure-Km- n earchini; a copy of CnsuccrV "Cinteibury the like of wmci, cit'tin a'aure in, Tale," the c!aie of 500 year-- ; and in it inee we qunint and uncutith F.uclisli I found the room him not hen wen in th clout! a firmer uieetmt;. nix year a.'.) legend nil wrilldi down. II3W the good a Hera, too, the dsu LOKD wa havinsc knight bjciuie acq ulnted wilh bis 211 way, when we left. Praise at the Tabard Inn, in Southwark, thirK Hiorn II m fir all! Toe oppwtinn at tirt w" Lindor: how the j illy hot invited hiuinelf J am) to j lin the pilgnmigr; hor, to lighten the not ljl"rit, hut moe th le' tl ileteruunml IJ it in th en "Krtae reitenrd, wearinr of the way, he proposed ihit all through riuhteoiuoe", unto eterml life, should tell storie in turn, and accept from throiuh Jem CbriMotir LOKD." I lof him in payment, a free feast, on their re to think thixe oweet reher4tl are jointinc turn from Canterbury. H teach the knight, . forward to a near futuro, wnen the ilear the miller, the mi'tr, the Mjnire, the There is a tine libiary of 7,000 voluims, etc , "spun yarn" that, put together, Moter "hall hate 1 in way "for uooJ and a present to K igby, as a compliment to all " and there ahall be "neither eril nor wake up the q leer ul.l cUmic, read br o Thomas Hughes, lvj , from the publishers few nowadays, and yet britnuimt; with ruj enemy occurrent," a. in Solomon' day. of New York, I'uiladelphla anl Ibston A The S)n(rel people, a thoy havea!wy n humor amino little puho in the mure noble gift. done, behaved rery cenerjinly t?wrd in, serious parages. The vineyards are very iburishiug and For The known file of the old Tabud i still an nent u away 'lacking notbicjr." lsden with grapes. Tni "dry spell" is fine -- after praising in exirtence, and with suitable inscription which we thank thrui for this ptrticular fruil, but it has been tLe LOKD honn in Sotithwirk to this day. The old here now girden. ()j the run down to ihix p'ace, hi uiilc glorie give the metning of Tabard ns"a deth on the days, TnisXirain ha much to do for about I) !evelem coat, worn lr knights of oil. nnd by the Cincinnati Sxnuerii, we werej)inel with the prent dernssed look of thing. by evral friends f om CSeorgetown, aho afterwards only by court IismMs." We are very glad we came and wish Ojr Tabard is a prettv inn, new, built on It Kugby bjtind, and fell in with nur old jjby every sjccsh its brilliant, if visionfrienJ, l'rof Kirhour, of Central L'nlverrl the site of the old Tabtrd, lait year burned ary, founder hoped for it. ty, oo hi way to Cumberland Fall to re- dowp; style of the leen Anno order, irAs all know, it wis established in 1S50, cuperate. I had a very frieadlr chtt with regular, but very picturesque. Furniture by the author and M. l.Tho and (qulpment brand new and in exquisIoul mr friend of many year, and Hughe, K q., who purchajei many mate of put, well reciembtred day. I ite Its ; Bru'els carpet from top lo bot- thousand acre of this Tenaesiee land, in a am cnl iorry that h l m hop1eMly "et tom; delightful beds and L'oo.l fare. body, wilh ihe hope of atlording homei and The proprietors invited us here, of In hi way'' that all my fervent eln irnco happy employment for a higher class of rollel ofl'hlaj ''like water from a duck'e course, to bring giiet lo their charming emigrants than usually leave theOid Counbick," and I had to letre, a I found him, Inn. We came, because we had long want- try lor colon-- ng purposes. His dream aC iltanit"of the Mriclent oect " IntlU ed to visit Kugby, and have, fjr some time, was perhaps Utopian, but he dreamed of a hie pity mlnijle with the old byih lore, hoped the dear Mister would open the way, refined, cultivated, self supportinz commu at I think of him in writing thene line'. Of And here we are, led by His hand, Who nity, turning these Tenneseean wilds into a I am ' all wronk', all knows our wants bifore we ak Him. cour.e he think miniature immitation of the glorious coun A goodly company came down with us wronif," a I went over onte of the pointa try they left behind. Their hopes are not on whtrh or diller. And I feel j aieure from Georgetown aod Bomerset and we yet real:zd But, as I said before, I beTni was be Ik wrong, ai I am that hi name i Lima were soon dulr lidged and fed lieve in the unconquerable courage of the Harbour and mine Gtorne Barnee So wi Monday last. Tuesday we took a long average Briton; and I thoroughly believe travel on, to the place where all eecreti are troll alciu the picturesque clith of the they will achieve success in the outcome, through known and "everyone ihall give aa account clear mountain stream, that run though "clouds of darknesi are rounda I y to myself. "Mind the Kugbv estate. In the afternoon we bout" of himself to God." ihem now. Ever in Jesus, that, oh, tuy aoul, and he redy hn the held our first meeting, with only n handful Geo. O. Bahne. besides our own prty. We met in Cnrlsi's time couift'" VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. HI. We reached "Kuby Itjad" atalion about Clinch, the unconscrted building that is five and fund a back in waiting U'ed almost exclusivity by ihe Episcopa half paat A great deal ol tlux is reported in the But here began our obervation of a change liaii, hut still available for other denomi county. A new church i now goin- - up, in aurroundlna, that have gone eier nine nation. J. M. Fm.'r was brought up on a O ir Jehu was however, that I lo be consecrated and oo whisky case Wednesday and released on in an lncreaioi: measure. a mart youn KiRliahtaan in trip boot cupiel by them alone Yesterday evening bond. r Wedutsday nod tl'it "kuhIIii," blue eyed and with a I preached afier Ihe Wm. Parker has been sworn in as pound service This time Ihe house wa crowded-Thdialect that I knew had come within deputy sheritl and i engage I in collecting 0"Hjw Kelln." Indeed he hail from the recior I very kind and cordial and btck taxes ' hub of the planet," a I afterward dtrdv-era- i' seems aoxions to he'p us all he cm. So Ml (.) iye Hutiaian, a little beauty of e we are anticipating a good Miis Georgia Brown, The gtnileman who came to Lexington, is B.H some are wanting to know jiut what at this place our party waa Kaglinb, nil over, rid I be InK a gray cob, with iinrlll) and curb and I think of K'igby. I will tell you. John Lun z, a section hand at this double relne, aa if equipped for "Kotten lieve it will pro re an ultimate succes, tho' place, was prostrated bv the intense heat He has about recovered and is Kow." Our parly wan too much for thr now nn sppvent failure.' And I take this Monday capicity of the hack, and Nath Woodcock smguine view simply bfcause in reading able to walk around. '1 he Ward brothers, who "hot Gilbert ttie history of this indomitable Anglo-Ir- a took lo a epare hon-e- , creating much merriment by Kolnk. rfl in a very pimpoiH way, e' race, I find lhat they have Dfv.r been Cotley, write from Cincinnati that they will which elicited from our Jehu ibe ipjuirj: foiled, where they made up their unuds to return shortly and surrender and stand tri I carnal tell you how eille, nnd succepd "I that Kev- Kirne. tW'' the i :etio beH luiproyn'K' al Kmisey speaks here county . A ing addeed to thu "Kv." iitmitlf, wto thee men ol (logged determinmion ae go W. C. Webb, Labor UU to wring victory out of thtssterilu plat-es- ii co irt day, 25lh inst. Ml nt ht ide. Me fetned rather dieap-p'Ui'of tie Cumberland. I may not divine candidate for the legislature, will addrew to find .o lnt.-- li.ent a iierronnge a mT'f.f the "etanellut " Kjt N.ith whk whether small fruit, grapes or grsziug the people at this place on tho same day. that I (locks of heep, will pull them through. The republican and prohibition cindidates 3 iuij revive in UU horeruaniihip wouldn't litve blamed our cockney for But I will bmk, without fer, on British are invited lo be present. pluck nnd energy ami predict, without Mr. J. W. Mullins while inspecting uii.i aking him fur the ArchbUhop of end of the aecond mile I doubi, ii ti assured futuro for Kugby. I the quarry here Tuesday was bitten by ti At the The usual antidote eiclmiiKftd placea with the "chief of drum- merely know they are bjund to win, be- copper head snake. was procured after skirmishing the place mer" an I rode thu other Ave on rinrstuick, cause they always have won. But there is Utile to show at pre;eut over and a few doea and applications soon mye f Thi eeven uieaured uiiliM to Kugbr from the ntatiou i over a beautiful We too the hotel hack and made a circuit had the desired effect when Mr. M. left for out of road; not macadam zd, but kept in fine or- of the village yesterday. We felt almost .l lmuis at London apparently crying the whole way. Straggling uti danger der, and, but for the unavoidable dust, like charming in every reepect. The undula- the mtin roid are narrow footpiths, like It's a great satisfaction to have one's tion are for the mot part very gentle, and she.-- p whUs, leading through tne scrub writing criticized, especially by a to the piper for which one is report-luordinarily the trip i made in a little over and underbrush to lonely cottage, swalA nesrly two, in conse- lowed up in their wild surroundings occurrences as they take place. They, It took us an hour garden palin; here nnd there encloses a or at least some of them, seem to be under of an overladen vehicle, and a quence brake, the latter nectulUtiog tho dreary attempt to cultivate an unfrieodiy the impression that we should consult them soil. Some of the in regard to the number of adjectives, &e.t use of rope to lock the wheel, wheneyer and poverty-strickeHut "homes" have even a jtunty nir,aa if "makto be used in miking mention of them and we came to a bill too long to "run." their friends when in fict the least number ride very much. Atone ing the bet of it;" but moil reflect the de weeojiyedthe point not far from the village we eroded pondency of their owners in a painfully tin used and the least said would be beat for White Oak on a Sne iron bridge, that look- ciistttkable war. The most pathetic thiugs their own good when the pUln truth is ed ai little like It surrounding, aa Kugby we saw were the faded signboards, nailed -- Mr A J. Fish, the young man who to what were once smartly painted post, Itaelf. theuiselyes well lettered in bright paint was to have purchased a third interest in We rolled into the capital of this famous energetic and in their hopeful youth telling out the merchanlile business of our colour at sunset, and bad only time to Thompson, on July 1st, has some pretty cottages in the suburb cheerily what "avenue" or "street" tt es friend, F. L. wail until the cooler daya set nearest the railroad station; a small field of sayed to be on the city's hopeful plan, be concluded lo Hank-la- , dank underbrush closed in upon in before beginning business. J H. utlbwers, glaring faces all turned the fore the our town a visit of Junction City, pid same way; some cleanly kept vineyard, them and "wiped them out," as practical T. Fish is visiliug in the heavily-ladewith grape; and then a facts. They droop, dispondenlly, at vari Monday. Mr.E as if giving up all for lost, vicinity of your town. Dr. Z ck Denny, of strangling main street, not closely nor uni- ous angles, now, ilbecoming Mt. Vernon, Mo left for home Monday formly built up, but with a few structures and the inscriptions are fist after a two week.' visit to friends near Levof more Imposing proportions than the rett, legible scenery, if one el Green. Mr. George Simbrooks, propriThere is no lack of pretty marking the public ofliser; all wooden and fervid July etor of the Livingston Coil C. has been well painted, Through the village, on the has course to seek it, these well-kewinding pith from very sick for some woiks with a compile!-liomain avenue, we clattered in a cloud of days. By a of ailments nnd at this writing U no Clear Fork, a sweet dust, and turninis sharply to the ridit when the Tabird, you reach nboundin In fish and heller. Dr. W. A. Brown, of ParbsvilU, is near the end ol it, we came, in 200 yrd( mountain stream, My coinpin- - murmuring through a deep gore of great here. to the entrance of our tutel O. BARNES I tiik: loud. 1 a com-ptnion- 1 beauty. At the end of tho road, across the stream, dammed nt this point, one finds a skeleton grist mill of "ye olden time," but still vigor inly in me, when the waters are up The people cf the neighborhood brink? down their sacki of grain, ptckalnck and "tote" the meal mid tl ur up the clitl in the same way That Is, if they live on the utb litre, the roud is ayailablu. The fcr aide. mill stones are about the e i. of n lsr;e bolting farm grind-storif- ; their nm-li- n ilolhs, patchtd nnd joined in many plm.tf: tools for sharpening the strmes lying n the bullii:g-box- , oblivious of thieveM; wooden bolts, pinning everything together. I only saw few nails In the afjreaid box, where pins could not be used. The whole unen-cloeOnly n skeleton structure, with n clapboard roof. All o quaint and inter-etinas a rilic of what "ii'ed to wue." This undent mill has few counterpart now. It ought to be kept for a curioeity, by some of our greit merchant mills to show the contrast between pist and present. John Woodoock nud I had a pleasant swim nbjyethe dam, while the ladies, behind the shelter of same titanic boulders below, paddled atnut iu the pleasint water, with much splashing and outcry. The nights gre glorious for eleepiug. The dsii:ioiis air is o pure tint it is a luxury to breathe it. There is no doubt about the peculiar healthfulness of this whole plat-em- . d. g GAHRARD COUNTf 0EPARTMEN7. AMIL KMIIMTIO.V 01' yto-man- 1 1 h-- re 1 well-know- n ool-le- e r it re.-ula- e Lancaster. M. L'lcile Browning, of Fayette, i visiting at J ti tSeneyV. Tn- - annual fish dinner of the Oarrard C inn y F hing Club, limited, was held at Jmii-'Ifruo's yesterday Police Judge M. D. Hnghes is a candidate fjr re eitct'on u the Atuii't wlectior, sulj-c- t io the ariion of the democratic - 'rah for Diiv! pir'y L'ncle Bob Bitz ey leaves next Mon day for his mine in the hill. He on ly Licks ! feet, 2J inches of uncoping the precious sintl. He exp?cts to make tie strike tin summer. A perspiring friend from the country has jiisl informed me tha' at his houe the 'old mere" was up lo 200' in the ihade and still a climhiu' when he left home. It make me not to think of it. The party given by Mr. Commodore Granger, nt hi btnutifut new home in the xiiburb, wn an onjiyable occasion. The grounds were illuminated by Chir.ee lanterns and a rich supper was served. Everyone was pleased. Mi's Fiecie Cook gave n party on Tuesday eyening, at her father's, (J. V. Cook,) romantic home, in honor of her visitors, the Misses Ciok and Miss Drye, of A large crowd was present ilustoiiville nnd all delighted. Thoe portion of our county, the one south of us between here and Crab Orchard, in the Jim Collier neighborhood; thu vicinity cf old Paint Lick, and in and about Camp D.ck Kobinson, are suffering The ret of the from a .evcro drouth. county has had riin enough. Walker Landrim, E-- , everybody knows Walker, dropped down on us the other night from Washington Territory, where he has been mining for two years pa-sHe reports good prospects ahead and I am in hopes he has a bonarzt and so are all of his friends. There's nothing mean about old Walker. Eogleman A Fsrris lest a valuable mare on Tuesday. She became overheated while pulling the B, & 0. Expresa from Danville nnd died soon sfier reaching Lancaster. This is the second animal they have had to succumb since they took charge of this line. At the request of the Stale Central Committee Hon. J. Harvey Brown will spesk at Ilustoiiville, Lincoln county, Sat urday afternoon, July 23; Liberty, Caeey county, Monday, July 25; Jamestown, Itus sel county, Tuesday, July 2d, nnd at Crab Orchard, July 30 An alarm of tire at II o'clock Wednesday morning brought our sweltering citizens from their dens in a hurry. It proved to be a small blaze at S. L, Ashley's, which we extinguished without tho aid of the engine. There was enough perspiration watted by the crowd to put out a big fire. Mr. J. 1) Chandler, just returned from a mountain trip, tells me of the capture of a notorious horse thief at Big Hill, Madison county, on Wedneiday. His name was Louis Kector and he stole the horse at Be ret. He has served two terms in tbe peni- tiary for the same otlinse. The p)se that captured him filled him with shot before m q t The Lincoln Co. Stock Pair On 8, 29. ffi7. WHEAT WANTED t I ASSOCIATION, ToboUell THURSDAY & ..Yf: hA Palt'-th- e sIanwr of thi Stanford Roll er Mills Company, will purcbaw WoeU. Pirtles wHMng to sell or exchange wheat II1 call and see hlru at the Mill, 211-I- t STANKOKI) KOLI.ER MILLS COMPANY. FRIDAY. JULY 23 KY. NEAP. iTANFORD, MIMiiarEItY. I amdallr opening au elegant line of Hprluj and Summer Millinery, including all OFFICK1C8. I'nEsiDf. NT-- II. BAUOHMAN. Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars Miller OUeni, W.J and CuBj, Kuchlotf. Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yon Lyle, Boyle; Cf It Davis, Bojlc; Joo Kmbrce, Mad will find tile nt the rnfm ljlotv vjmtn.1 hv u.nl- lson; WW I sin lieeztey, (ijrrard; J . W F. Parker, le A Warren, next door lo tha Myers House. HA TE 1) Vlt It Kit A II. W. Whip, Casey. Pulaski; John C. It. Hsrrir, John U. Lynn, I. M. UiautTORs. WM. AYRM. JAS l OIVR SI, liruce, Furrntiu P.eld, I. (5. Wo athertorJ. Porter Notary Public HaoJIlii", gaoi M, Ucns, Thomas Koblmon. Will Jutues. O. It. M(Sin.nk, Sec'y; J. II. Bit outlay, Treasurer. 311 Fifth Street, CiilKr Marshal T, V. Ncwland. I'iki.d Marshals -- Charlie Mcltobsrti, John li. . t ICY. Engletnao, John 8, ilays, Dluk Farmer. S. 10i-2- The Latest Novelties of the Season. AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. IiOUlSVIJjLTi:, 3 and 5, Cromle B. . k il'J-ly- . rillsT DAY, TUUUSDAY, 5. S PEARSON & CLARK, 10.00 10.00 10 00 10.00 1. Best Bull under 2 years old 2. Best Bull 1 years old and over 3. Bcs t Cow under 2 years i. Best Cow 2 years and over JKB3K1 CATTLE: 5. Beat Cow under 2 years, special premium by Owsley A Craig, dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Ac 6. Best Cow 2 years old and OTer Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. 12 fc l-- t WoBt Main 203-fi- Struct. ! i 10. 00 10 00 7. Best Herd, 1 Bull and .1 Cows or Heifers Special premium by A. A. Warren, dealer in Groceries, Faucy Water 8ets, 1 tm II n ..I.I..I t,. II,. I .wl illnn . 1M1 Horses for Harness Purpose:: 8. Best Stalllou under 1 yearoU ! D.OO 'J. Bast Stallion or Gelding I and under -' i. 10. jean 10. 10. Best Stallion 2 and under 3 yea rs 10. 11, Beit Stallion 3 and under 4 years 10. 12, Best Stallion 1 years and orer 15. 13. Fancy -- iddle Maro or Ueldlcg II. Best Walking Stallion, Mare or Gelding, Special Premium by J. E. and J. It. F.trris, Breeders of Fancy Saddle TAXES I TAXES .... ..,...,., ...;,i...v....v. ..! -- The New Kerenue Law adds six pr cent, to all Taxes unptid by tne tirst day of September v.1 i anil f tl hnfa in ns1 Ifir t I in Ia. waruanu scire T. 1). .XElVLAMt.S.L C. "".,...".. "w""" J.JGWIOMI5 HOTEL MT VERNON, KY. This old and Hotel Is still maintaining its fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the tratellng public. well-kno83-6-m rj. A. for Saddle Purposes, Style, Form and Action considered: IS. Bot Mare or Gelding 2 and under 3... III. Bsst Mare or GelJlnj 3 and under I 17. Best Mare I years Horses Horses 1j. K. irjtMtf Jiuc, .iA.tri Mt. vernon, n.y. 31U. 10.' and orer H10. Trotting Race on Track: 13, 3 Minute class best 2 In 3 Mile Heat -- 5 ICO. !73 to tbe first, tii to tho second. 19. Best It'KkawAr Mire or Gelding Special premium by A. T, Nunnelley, J.VO. St. PKSKIV3. BaooitBAD, Kv., May, laS7. Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many friends and customers ol 'be change in firm nat- -. to 3. UA1TI.V. M.4IITIX A PEKKIN.N. Tne new firm hops not only to sustain the rep. utatlon oftheold, but intends to mako many improvements in the manufacture ot tobacco which will be to tbe interost ol our customers. We will devote spec al attention to our Natural Leaf branda of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you fjr past favors and asking for a continualion of your trade, Respectfully jour. we remain, , JIAIITIS A' VEKKIXS. Mreryman Thorough-bred 10. 20. Best Stallion under 2 21. Best Stallion 2 and over 2.. Beet Mare under 2 years 21. Beat Maro 2 and over 21. Special Premium by S. II, Baughman, dealer In thorougb-bred- s and Jack stock, suckling colt of either aex tbe get of any stallion, tbe soisoa of 1SS3, to Congregan 23, Best combined Mare or Gelding 2d. Best pair ol Horses or Mares regardless of sex, color or ownership 27 Best Roadster Gelding SECOND DAY, JULY 29. Horses: year f 10. 10. 19. 10, DR.I.S.DIKDETT, OCULIST. 2b. 13. 10, 23. BRODHEAD, Has had an experience ol over fiteen his successfully treated bundreis of cial attention Is given to tbe treatment eases of the eyes. Name and address cured given on application If itelred. KY. casra Speuf alt disol patients 220-C- years, and Jack Stock. Jack under 2 years 29, Be-- t Jack, 2 years and orer 3?. Best Jennet under 2 years 31. Best Jmnat, i years and orer 23. Best I 10 13 . S 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 Mu'es. 32. Best Hone Mule under 2 years. 33. Best Horse Mule 2 years and orer 31. Best Mare Mule under 2 years 33. Best Mare Mulo 2 yean and over 30. Best Pair Mules shown in Harniai.. . 37. Best Mare and Mule Colt cither sax.... 33. Best Mire and Horse Colt either eex Horses for Saddle Purposes, 39, Best Stallion or Gelding 2 years and MOTHER3 i he would urrendtr. wrl-com- m.-etin- -- eJ Mr. W. O. Kigney and family are vis iling Hon. F. D Kigney, of Casey. Tbe charming Miss Dodd, of Nashville, who has been v s'.titig the Misses Marksbury, left for her home Wednesday, much to the recrat of esveral young gentlemen hereabouts. Miss Ktchardjon, of Somerset, is visiting Misses Jennie and Lzzc Sweeney. John Woodcock and family are not lost as reported, but aro srjouruing at Itugby, Teun , Cumberland Falls and thereabouts, W S. Ferguson Bnd sister, Misa May, hnve goce In Kugby, Tenn , partly for health and partly to hear Bro. Barnes. under 3 Stallion, 3 years and under Stallion 1 years and orer 42. Best Saddle Msre any aje. 43. Best Saddle Stallion any age 40. Best 41. Best J 10 4 10 10 13 13 MAKES S? EASY! g5g It, 45. 45, Cm-terbu- rr Tlerd nre in the mint at Pniladeljihia 02 0(30 829 silver dollars, which, laid flat one upen another, would cuke a stack 107 m, lis high, nud thi enormous amount cf silver coin is but 'a fraction of wl at tie 47. Model Ring. Best Stallion, Maie or Gelding, Special Premium by Uocker A Bright, Dealers in Groceries, Uardwate, Ac !i0 Trotting Race. 2.10 Class on the track, best 2 In 3, mile 5100 beats. First 73; second, 823 Spiclal Premium by Thomas Robinson, Breeder of Trotters Best Colt ot any age, tbe get ot his stallion foi the season 23 of 1S33 Special Premium by Metcalf A Foiter Groceries, Hardware Cjtlery, Ac-Fa- stest Gentlemen's Saddle Horse, dash i ; y i El 81 g II S MDitf WW mmmmmmmmmmammmmHw A sa g n 10 half mile Harness Stock Continue!. J 10 1. Best Mare Colt under 1 ytar 4?. West Mare, 1 year and under 2 10 & Government actually holds. 10 TUB USKAT In a Khode Island factcry town, a cer AC. Best Mate, 2 years and under 3 31, Best Mare, 3 years and under 4 10 tain employer recently paid out to his em- 32, Best Mare, 4 years and orer 10 ployees on Saturday night S'JOO in new S3. Special Premium br J. . A J. R, Far- On ris, Best Suckling Colt, either aex, the 10 TBE bills that had been secretly marked. 10 get of Silver King tbe season of 1S33 the following Monday $100 of these mark51, Best Fancy Mire or Gelding In Harness 15 ed bills were deposited in the bank by the Sweepstake. saloon keepers of the town, 55, Best Harnesa Stallion any age J 13. WITH 13 Tne count of the cash and securities 55, Best Uarnesi Mare any age in the Treasurer's effice at Washington resulted as follows: Funds on hand, JLiOnlHvUiti of which $01 500,000 was in stantU NliMllYiUf, J ,50 Kootman Mom dard silver dollar?. The count has been Horse and Rider .50 .50 AtliiiitH, going on since May 231 and not a nickel of Vehicloand Driver ivloiiiKonierj, 23 Persons 10 yean old and under 13 shortage has been found. JLillle Person! under 10 free A man named Albert Fi zroy, wro 5.00 OrleiuiN. Mobile Omnibus per day has just died at Holy oke, Maw., stated on 3.00 Omnibus or Hack hU death bed that he saw Jennie C amir OiTSecd for Catalogue, contanlng rules and Only one change to points In throw henelf into the water at Sarin Rosk regulations and other Information. "l. &' n7 Nashville R, E. THROUGH TAUiMt LINE Should bo used a few months before confinement. Send for book "To Mother!," mailed free. BruDriELQ Heoulator Co , Atlanta, Ga, Louisville SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers, phi a, $95,-500.00- 0, GATE FEES: null Ken ltock, no-lic- e n n several years ago. Y'oun? Walter Malley, of good fimily and standing at New Haven, Conn., came near being convicted of her murder. The 81. Anthony Elevator, the iargest in the Northwest, located near Minneapo lis, was burned Tuesday. Loss on building and machinery $250,000; loss on grain $S25,000. Insurance on wheat not known. The wheat destroyed, about 1,100,000 bush els, is one tenth of the visible supply in the Northwest, exclusiye of Duluth. Tbe was owned by a syndicate of Minneapolis capitalists. ele-vut- DR. W. B. PENNY, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS DENTIST, Stantord, Konttiolcy .i $ .... Seeking homes on the line of this rotd will rectlvi special rates. See Agents of tbl Company lor ratM4rout Ac, a; write C. P. ATMORE, G. P. A T. A Louisville, Ky HDUOISOW Offlie on Lancaster street, next door to lata-aio- a l' a Journal office, Offlc hoars from J to whan 1 to 5 p. M, Anesthotlcs administered 13l-lyr- .) oecewary. m, and JjJDE V. lT.UFimA.Jf. STAIFOIlD, KX. DliNTlST, oDm o iiuultea. oouta side i dco i iui Myers Hotel. (iai admlnlsbi' d wheal Pare Miirnas oxme lu MWMMtVMl 5imi-S2tcch- . T. For Sale -- 25 nice stock hogs. Nunnelley. Richmond millers are paying G3 to 05 cents for wheat. Rsv. Green L?e Surber will preach at Halls Gap church at 10 o'clock Sunday. -- Cogar, of Midway, bought last week 10,000 bushels cf wheat at 0(3, G7 and OS cents. C Vanoy sold to J. Q Montgomery a bunch of hogs for Scptemberdelivery at 4 cents. John Judy, near Millersburg, made nn averagoof 42 bushels of wheat per acr on four acres of land. The site of the city of San Diego, com TamiuaKR-JAM- ES W. TATU, ot Woodford Vfz do not object to the Hart County prising a tract of S00 acres, was sold about county. ruin-Cur- or Tho most world Im.s ever Nats appropriating our editorials without 20 years ago for $200. StJrMUNTKNDKNT OF PUBLIC I.NSTBCCT10.1. E. Bruce started January 1st with 23 J, known. effects tire J08EriIDEdHAFICKETr, of Kyett county. credit, a; it ha repeatedly of late, if it AS II. helps tbe editor out of a tubt place, but we sheep and has sold from the flock $11135 ItkOISTKR OF TUB LAND LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. CUBBETT.ofMcCrtcken county. do object to having them reproduced from worth and has 23 sheep left. D. PETTU3, Llaio'n LKoisLiTiBK-D- r. The Bind of Hops boys and girls had J. -- Col. H. P. Thompson, of Ciark, sold it and credited accordingly. See for incounty. a picnic in the grove a mile south of town stance the 'Situation in a Nutshell" in at' the Farmers' Tobacco Warehouse, LouisWednesday. ville, 12 hhde. of tobacco at an average of Henry Watterson, who is sojourning Wednesdays Louisville 'Jimcs. In round numbers, 250,000 pounds of $19.52. at Block Island, haa "submitted" to mi inflour were handled by London merchants VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. week Mr. Fritz, of Falrvie. sold Last terview with a New York ITetald reporter, dur.ng the month of June. LexingtoDV new JJOO0O Opera House in Hopkinsville a hogshead of duk wrap he pays the democrats are bound to which The greatest and only Joseph Mulhat- per at $21 50 per hundred. Tbe hogshead opened this week. to nominate Cleveland, whether they like ton spent a night of this week under the William Harting, a wealthy citizen of brought $3S0. him or not, as there ii no one to contest the awning in front of J. T. Brown's "immme George A. Bricken bought in Washfield with him. Recent indication; point Lexington, is dead. hardware establishment." Joseph threatBnc?. Shift's pork house burned at ington county yesterday 2,000 bushels of ens to quit lying. to the re nomination of Blaine, in that Leborchard grass seed at $1 per bmbe1, erent we shall have the old fight over Cincinnati causing a loss of $150,000. Miss Kate Canifax, Louisville, is visitanon Standard. At Fulton a mob strung up John calagain, with less personal scandal and ing her mother here. Mr. Jame Adams, Two Jersey heifers, one and two years a nejro, for rape on a wbite girl. party bitumny, mid more of Camp Dick Robinson, is visiting rela-tivThe 14th annual exhibition of the An- old, oldest giving milk, will sell low; also terness. The Mulligan letter box is an ex in this place. J. T. Craig, of Stanford, one Jersey wagon with top good as new. ploded inagtz'ne, and the President's mar-rie- derson County Fair will be held August was here this week. 1G 19 For further particulars apply at this of-- Bill Hulian! and Tip Sparks had a knocked Maria Halpin as high as a Jack Vanarsdall, a large distiller of fice. kite. The rent issues are Catherine with It is estimated that the total produc- "chunk" of a fight TuesJay, in which Uul- Mercer ounty, bis asigned; liabilities creater postivity and clearness. The tan'3 $40,000. tion of coffee in tho world is about 000,000 lard knocked Sparks down with a rotten will be the main itsue and Blaine can presFive women lost their lives in as msny tons to 050,000 tons, of which Brazil alone, chunk. Spark tried to cut Billard, but ent the protectionist's theory better and cities in Pennsylvania Stturday by starting produces between 310,000 and 3SO.O0O tons, his Barlow "wouldn't go ell-more plausibly than any of them. With fires Oaeof the attractions in town Tuesday and Java 00,000 to 90,000 tons. with coal oil. Cleveland and Blaine before the people, was a four-foo- t mountain rattlesnake. A EJ Corrigan, tbe Kansas City turfman Gold has b;en discovered in Lowis the chances are strongly in fivor of Clevelauy irom tne "lur anlga" of Ulay county haa been ruled off tbe track by the Wash- county and a Cincinnati chemist pronouncland and he believed that be would be ington Prk Association of Chicago for al- had hi snakeship securely boxed and exes tLe ore worth $35 per ton. elected by a decided majority. For a sick Mies Eita Williams, ajed 16, of Mys-ville- , leged crookedness and effinsive Isnguage to hibited him about town at ten cents a man Mr. Wattcrson talks decidedly refreshsight. was burned to death by her clothing the judges during the late race meeting in ing and leaves the impression that he is not .Much sicknei" has resulted from the city. that catching tire from a lamp, , Mrs William Love o ill as be mirht be. ThoDiea Harrison, of Oen county extreme hot weatbe-Tue Democratic Stati Convention of lace, Mrs. E II. Hackney, Mrs G. I) Hon. R. M. T. Hunter, once the mot Onio met in Cleveland yesterday to nomi- claims the most prolific cow in the State. She is only four years old and has fire liv- Jackson, Miss Nellie Hackney, F. B Rley, prominent man in the Old Dominion, died nate candidates for State offices borne in Eex county on the 19. h, "William Augustu, a white boy, aged ing calves. The firU calf camo when she John T. Hatcher and others being on tho at his aged 79. He was a member of the 25th, 26th, 12 years, stabbed and killed Robert Beach-a- m, was 13 months old and lat spring she pro- sick list. Prof Alex S Paxlon, President of tbe duced twins. 27th and 29th Congrefees, being Speaker colored, aged 9 in Louisville. here in the S. P. Sheppard, of Louisville, has se- Stanford Female College, w.-1S47 till the secession of of the 2C.h. From The mercury rose to 10G in the shade Virginia he was United States Senator, in Washington, D C, Monday, tho highest cured option over 100,000 acre of the finest interet of bin school -- one of the hist in the when he was expslled. Ho was then a del- indication in any one day since 179. coal, iron and timber lands in Letcher, State, located in the bout of the garden love-sicferry and Leslie countien at $2 59 per spot of the world. We hope our pwp!e egate to the Provisional Convention at Abe Wilson, a youth of will patron zi him. Richmond, afterwards Confederate Senator county, hanged himself with a trace acre, he to give a definite answer inside of A man passed through this city Tuesninety days. Lexington dispatch. and then Secretary of State under tbe same chain in his father's birn Tuesday night. day on hia way to Arkansa, accompanied At Georgetown court a bunch of cattle, government. In S77 hs was elected treasA bill ha? been pre?ented in the Georpast, weight 1,100 pounds, by his wife, six or eight children, several urer of Virginia and served a term. Bro- gia legislature to make it a felony to edu two year-olds- , sold at $3.59 per hundred; one lot of good dogs and a pistol two feet long, or thereaken down in health and estate, he was giv- cate white and colored children together. bouts, He was from Bitter Creek, in Clay en a small Federal office and from it he A convict just released from a ten were withdrawn at 1M per county, and evidently from pretty high life is a years' imprisonment in Pennsylvania killeked a support till his death. Hia head; a lot of yearlings brought $17 10; one up. forcible illustration of the vicissitudes ed one of tbe jurora who convicted him, pair small mules sold at $140; While in Stanford recently it was our sometimes attending it, and bis death snaps brought from $S5 to $100. There was There are but three men living who pleasure to meet Dr. Pettus, a most excelanother link which binds the present with were senators before tbe war, Jefferson Da a good inquiry for big mules, but none oflent gentleman, who will knock the conthe past. vis, Lyman Trumbull and Simon Cameron. fered. D. C. Terhune, of Mercer, who was in ceit out of the Cicero of tbe Mountains in Within the past six weeks, 1,137 chilThe republicans are banking largely on the legislative t'wht to be concluded the the democrats making faols of themselves dren under 5 jeirs of age have died in town yesterday, told us that he has pur first Monday in next month. The good chased since the 10th of May about 200 and thus reduce our natural majority. A Pittsburg. Of these 75 per cent, were unmule colts at prices ranging from $35 to people of L.ncoln will do themselves proud der two Teats of age. leading republican remarked here recently Statistics show that 9.424.SG4 gallons $92 50 per head, and that he is now buying in electing such a cun as Dr. Pettus to the that nearly if not all of Fox's vote would legislature. come from the democratic party and be of whisky were made in Kentucky during on an average of five a day. He bought Some utknown brute committed a rape for D. J. Curry & Rue 30 extra sugar mare figured that he would receive 20,000, Tne the year closing June 30, about 100,000 muus at :rom 500 to $ao anu lor nimseit a upon the person of a young girl named gallons more than in ISSo 6. labor vote will not amount to much, but Marlow at Pittsburg Tuesday morning, in A block and a half of buildings were lot running in price from $00 to $92 50. most of it will come from the same party, timidating her with threats of taking her Danville Advocate. all of which will reduce Gen. Backner'o burned in Oivensboro. Loss $49.S00: in life if she made any outcry. The villain vote and his plurality over Bradley. There surance half that amount. It caught in DANVILLE. BOrLECOUNlf lied the country, and although diligent is no possible chance of the latter' elec Jackson & Vandeveer's livery stable. W. 8. Holman shipped on Wednesday search has been made for him, no trace can County Judge W. H. Phillips decided tion, but if he reduces the majority Knott to his home in Athens. Ga.t 21 good cotton be found. His neck will, and rightly, pay received four years ago, he will claim a that E. J. Curley, the Camp Nelson distilmules purchased from various parties in the penalty if apprehended. yictory and his party will shout itself ler, was a delinquent and assessed a tax for Mr. W. C. Webb, labor candidate for this county. He left for home tbe same hoarse oyer democratic Jossei in Kentucky. $150,000 worth of whisky for back taxes. the legislature, is out in a long list of ape day, United States Marehal Gro?s and a pos-eWe therefore appeal to those who call themMiss Cirrie Fields continues to give pointments to speak in the two counties of of deputies have gone to Taylor county, selves democrats to stand by the old party determined to collect tne railroad tax over some very astonishing performances in the district, making usually two sptechm a and not allow themselves to be duped into mind reading. The performances are not day until the election. He invites any and throwing their votes away upon a man who which there has been considerable contropublic but are given at her home or that all legislative aspirants to meet him and whether he intends it or not, ia playing in versy, or know the reason why. Business men of Buffalo, N. Y , will of some friend. They re said to be 1 qual proposes to "fight it out on this line," etc. to tbe hands of the republicans. raise a fund of $1(0,000 which will be of to those of Bishop and other great artists. Webb will bo heard from in this election. Although it was Buckner's appoint- fered as a prizs for ihs beet invention for Sol Williams, a colored gentleman, Hon A. Y. Collon, of Bubourville, who was eerving a term in tbe worc-boument and Finley was an interloper, a di- utilizing tbe water power of Niagara, comnas announced himself a candidate for the vision of time was offered him at Glasgow petition being open to the world. for swindling old man Shearen out of some Senate in this district and from the very Monday, but he stubbornly refueed to ac cash capital, managed to unlock the shack- outset is making it lively for Messrs. A decrease of more than one-hain cept the courtesy unless he was given tbe the number of saloons in Minneapolis as a les from his legs Monday evening, after Paul and Baker. He was here a day opening and closing speech. Of course this result of a high licence law, and a dimina which he jumped the fence and is now or so this week and is making a vigorous canvass. Although Mr. Cullon ia his wu not agreed to and he amused himself, tion in Minnesota of one fifth from the same basking in the sunshine of liberty. a, few whites and many negroes by going does not say wnai ticket he E. H, Fox's new photograph gallery on cause, will strengthen the movement for a 3 J street is about as complete and coveni-entl- isrunningon.it will be understood that off into a corner of tbe yard and orating at similar law in other States. will with no one to coutradict or make him arranged establishment of tbe kind as be is making tbe race as a democrat, as he A coloied girl bung about one of the afraid. As Wolford says he has got nei- departments all day Tuesday, claiming can be found anywhere. It is en tbe firt has heretofore affiliated with that parly. ther sense nor dignity and does not act that one of the clerks, a white man, was floor and built for the express purpose for DRIPPING SPRINGS. at all like a congressman her husband. Tbe police say there are a which it is used. All the late styles of On Saturday and Sunday, July 30tb Finding that tbe swindler, Harper, who dozen white clerks who have colored wives pictures are taken according to the most and 31st, we have a grand bacquet most improved methods. and on wrecked tbe Fidelity National Bank, was or those who live in that relation. Mr. George W. Dugan, of the West Saturday we also have a select picnic and Thre has been another spurt in coflee- enjoying too many privileges in the CincinEnd, while out on his farm last week, was ball during tbe dav and at night a fancy nati jail, a United States judge has ordered A dispatch from New York says the high- prostrated by a stroke of lightning. He dress mstquerade ball. The price charged bira to be taken to Dayton for safe keep- est point reached before the break was a has no recollection of falling to the ground for the two days will only be $2, four ing. He ought to have alio punished the little over 20 cents, the panic carriKl it or of getting up, but remembers regaining meals and one lodging or 50 cents for a jailer for making fish of one prisoner and down to 14. To day 19 45 was reached, consciousness while standing on his feet. single meal, Our bouse is now well filled and many think the quotations will go fowl of another. He has yet a sensation of numbness on tbe with as pleasant a let of people as ever met higher than before the panic. speaks of Frank The Couricr-Journtogether at a watering place, among whom Hon. Asa P. Grover died Wednesday right side of his face and body. from the 11th Finley, Congressman-elec- t Madison Kemper died at his home east are several Stanford people, Judge Alcorn at Georgetown in the 09 year of his age. He BY- district, as the coarsest blackguard ever was and ht. Peyton being two of them, We a native of New York and a relative of of town Tuesday evening. His death was elected to office in Kentucky and Genl. President Cleveland. Educated at Centre probably due to severe carbuncle under one hayea dance every night and all are having Wolford refers to him as a liar and a polCollege, he became a resident of Kentucky of bis arms and to the weakness resulting a olly, good time. We had 12 arrivals toWe have reason to believe that troon. 1 meet all day trains at Crab Orchin 1847; studied and practiced law; served from old age. He was born in Garrard day. both know whereof they affirm. D. G. 8i.atjoii.ter. county and lived in that and thiscounly all ard. Respectfully, for eight years in the State Senate and rep Bradley voted for a nejro in preference resented tho Louisville district in tbe For- his life. He was for many yeaisa member RELIGIOUS. of the Baptist church and wis an honest and to a Union soldier in the race for jailer in tieth Congress. is full of colored preichets OE P. WATEBS The town upright citizen. He was in the 80th year Garrard a few years ago, and yet he prates JOHN I, DAVIS and delegates, drawn thither by the District The Jennie Holman Troupe announces of his age. about tbocesoldiers not having a fair chance Mac Thurman returned from Camber-lan- d Convention of tbe Chrittian Church. and 2J acts our brilin Kentucky. How do the mountain re- that "Between the Rev. Tope, of Minneapolis, has been Falls Monday evening. Hs reports of this two faced liant solo orchestra will render the celebrapublicans et joy the action ted overture, 'The Forge in the Forest." 125 guests there, Texas and other distant suspended from the Methodist ministry for individual? IdyI-"- The Blacksmith in tbe Woods- - States being represented. Col. J, W. Guest divorcing bis wife and immediately marryFfNLEY says Cleveland was elected by a Michaels. came home Tuesday evening from Chicago, ing again. DenlorB In combination between the devil and Kev. J. K.James writes that he will This composition is descriptive of the He will go to Saratoga during the first week but fails to say bis own elec- life of a blackemitb in the woods. Com- in August Terra Cotla is now there and preach at tbe Uaptit church hezt Hundjy tion was compassed by a union of tbe re- mencing with a night scene, during which will run on tbe 10th of that month. It is morning and night. He has just clcstd a e, publicans with the other damphools and rain and wind whistling through the trees who will oppose him, but if meeting at Junction City with 40 addiiitns not known ecallawags of tbe 11th district. is heard; morning is hailed by the song of Kingston or Hanover wants to try him the to the Church. The attention of all poultry raisers is diDubino tbe intense heat of this week a the cuckoo and other birds. The clock way is open. of Mr. rected to the advertisement of the big roos being ship- strikes fire and the occupants of tbe barnMrs. Margarett Durham, rife orate of eggs hatched out while ped and at Indianapolis the Utile chicks yard wake up, family prayer is heard, the J. W. Durham, of (be west end cf the ter. It tells of Canter's Chicken Cholera Our stock iB compiehemive and brand new and rricts Cure, which is sold on the were taken cut and placed in the care ol blacksmith fires his forge and commences county, died Tuesday morning, after an mit ovea the cloicit the dicg dong labors of tbe day. of cloie buyeri. Come to 183 us early and often. of about three weeks, Mrs. Durham's plan, accommodating hens. the brctst of every nun who knew that thoroughbred gentleman nnil honorable mun, Col. Thomas Liurens Jone, to learn July 22, 1887 tnst ho Stanford, Ky., it deid. Kjr a long lime a cancer hex gmweJ at his vitals and Wednesday theendcimn. 15rn in North Carolina of W. P. WALTON. gentle parents, be settled at Newport in 1819, where he soon won name and fame. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. He was repeatedly elected to national conventions and served faur terms in Consrcs K X Uovki.nor-SIMO- K BOLIVAK BUCK-NEHis last candidacy wan for governor cf ol Hart Count-- . or nhtcii tie was beaten by a LlECTK.s-jkGovbbnor JAMU3 W. BKYAK, Kentur-ttjf Kenton county, scratch. No purer, better man ever reOl ATTOS.NKY (iKSKlUL-- 1. W. I1AKDIN, mained in politics as long and none was Mercer county. more deserving cf the honors he reAoditoh-FAYKT- TE UUWITT, of Utrdln ceived. county. In $n wor$onrnaI - There will ba a ping of sorrow fill in LAND. STOCK AND CROP name was uurion ami hi tne time ol tier marriage to Mr. Durham she was the widow oi itouert waiKer iter last nusoanJ Is a brother of Hon. M J. Durham, first controller of the treasury. The funeral took place to day, Thursday, at 10 o'clock in the morning. Mrs. Eaiina Gregory, of Madison county is visiting her brothers Duncan and W. O. Goodloe. Messrs Jo 8. Moore Hnd W. T. Guest went to Cumberland Falls on Thursday Mis. Alex Anderson, Mis Mary Anderson and Mr C. S Jackson, Jr., are visiting the family of W. T, Read near Gillatin.Tenn. Mr. Wood Wallace re turned to Louisville on Thursday. Miss Maggie McRoberts will leave Friday for a visit to friends in Campbellsville. Mis. Frank Gilcher is visiting' relatives in Mis-sour- i. aur inim wonderful Jts the instantaneous. OFKICK-TIIOM- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. JULY 1ST, 1887 Van-t'erfor- d, Your Accounts are due and ready e " PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. Unpaid Accounts of I88( not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. Cil-lowa- y mm$m & aicBisEii FIRTCTIET JA.IR,!3 lds AT- T. R. WALTON'S. cxA-nsr- s BrRTcriT AT 1 I, 1. WAMFOl'S ji.rr se t t mit lf SCYTHES & SNATHS T. R. WALTON'S. y al BACON WANTED T. R WALTON lt WATERS & DAVIS, thepio-hibitionist- Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. . . MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. ill-ne- ss wjiwfnwmewi Miwimomwiuwj i ii iimmi)iuijimmiwi Po8E When the. J, C. Andercon t elected clerk. Mi"" O.rni', John Newlaud, S E. Thurmond J C Andersan and Prof AlUn and W. G. Kmey waa called Orinitesd were, c jii'titille.l n cimmitiee on John The. tpuchers present were Tueaday for the murder of James Hiatt, programme. the proxecution rrpreei)U'il by the county Mrs Eldie (,'oolsy, Mr. Amatid Gr Hi, attorney, Ii, C Warren, W. 0. Hansford Mrs. S. F. II. Tarrant, Mrs. Mattie Danny, and Hibert nnnounceJ that it MiVes S. E Thuruijnd, Alice D Haintou, waa not ready and aiked a contitmancu till II. Brown, Maggie Brown, Alice Smart, next day. The defene auggestcd Thurs- Mattie CMIier, Lillie McClary, Lillias day and nller aoine dhcutaion It waa con- Bjchanau, Jean Hjchanan. THE v" WALSH, THE TAILOR, XVi l J I'linsii California cntied ioodi at T. K WiltonV Tiik Tiiiaj. of Ho trial of in M, The ilrt tattle Stanford, Ky., El. ol MftniuMi wm fought July 22, 1887 - UtiBlnoBB MnnrtKOr. -'- 1 yearc ao jeaterdriy. O. WALTON, Hon. Ezra S. Gooun Ims receive! his carniniinn an poattnaaler at Wiiyneflinrg. For HI H AVEM713, JCaV K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Oen Watt IiABfiN will apeak at IAU- -j etljr, July 2ft. h and nt J twos town July iu. JL V 1 W. F. McClary, B.C. Horton, W. H tinued till yesterday at 0 o'clock. Owing Hilyer Hind Icavea thin to the tckucM of Judge Varnon and the Milrhom, O. L. E. E Youug, U. morning to play fur the Kirkcville Fair ti diaability of Judge Cufon, Fijuire John M. Yinng, Divid Elder, David Proctor, "tOWZ. NOTICES. day and to'morrow. O Neal, the nearest magialrate, win aent for W A. Col ier, A. A Surber, Joe S. Mc Tilt bent ready lulled pulnie are to be . Williair., KIgar Foie, W. ( Wolford, W piid thnt Pollock Imb conferred lo n to conduct the trial and promptly nppond-edIt if had at At K. Penny'. The defenie was represented by Col. F. N'iI'p, J L. Anderson. Bjrteuiatic robbery o( car on the L A S. Ask your urotcr for the Cuicitnuti B Mister-ao- n The business wa delayed during the j and hiu implicated one Tuell, tm Co.'a crackera and cke. of Lebanon T. P. Hill, P. M. McKabert and forenoon by the tirdiness of members, but Peyton. Jewelry repaired on ehor Junction, nho hai alxu been arretted, W AlCHM and Judge Varnon had sufficiently recovered work was fairly taken up iu the afternoon aolice and warranted Iit A. K. Penny. The booth privllegr of the Lincoln yesterday lo take charge of the ctse and it Mis M. Rrown, W. F McClary and W. 0 flock ol Jewelry, latent A comi'LKTK A. County Fair were let to Watera, Dii A. waa promptly called at ihe appointed hour. Grinstead wers made h committee on protyle. Kockford walchc a ipecialty. I'enny. Mm for 71 .10; the nmuaetnent privilege The Commonwenllh asked that a short gramme and presented first "How to Tetch The firm of Penny A McAlinlrr to Sandifer for $l:t0 an J the feed and bag. lime be given for all the witnesses to ar the Alphabet," which wa fully discii'sH diMolvtd, the occounta are ready for settle to A. I. .N.mnellrr for rive and it wis 10.39 before the tetimony by Mi'ses Stuart, Tnurinond and oihsr "' mint. Come at once and fettle. You may :f21. and concluded b; Prof. Grin'oad began, Dr. Graham was the first witness nfr"Cuit. Octt correpindeni will oblige tM by and testified as to the location and nature Mental Arithmetic wa th next subject PERSONAL. After hearing the views of making I'.it one mention of a visit To of the wound. D H. Elmi'ton, who wrote ventillttcd U. M. Cooreii ia nt Clove rpcrt with hik fay in one letter that Mien Ko and b'o haa the dying declaration of Young Hiatt. pre- several members Prof. G. took up the sub Ir.end. gone to Awar Hck and in the next that sented and read it. It was in substance ject, the dicuion i f which cjnume! the remainder of the day. Mil. foe OwiCNS ia on a viit lo hla MiraSoinlSo hua returned from Away tiiat about sunrise of July 3J he was awakThursday, 2lt. Io consequence of the brothera hrre ened by Hherifl Newland coming to his Lack ia loo much of a good thing. by legal busiMil J. II StM'IIFNS. ol Kttlu--. room and inquiring for Tom Fiab, He occupancy of the court-hou- e Lfp than ten daya are to elapse before here on a viit. told bim that he suppoed he was many ness the Institute wss indebteJ to Mr. W. I Mre. A. A. MeKlSNKV ia spending a the election and yet there i little or no ef miles away. Newland then said that he P. Walton for his courteous tflir of the of the democrat to create had nwarr.int agiinU him ( Hiatt j for rape Hall for the day. 'M on t,lf few weka at Crab Orchard. Maiiy anij Em.a I'EYTOHrmi' j inlerrH and get out a full vo'e. We appeal and told him he would have to arrest him First exercise was what Profsssjr Grin MiiMES to the leadera to be up and doing or the He said "All right I will go with you a" slead called an "educational love feast," returned fioui Crab Orchard Spring. Mn. Kor.eiir Haiiiuno, of Dinville, HridlrT.Fux. combination will carry the soon as I dress," and started into another wherin each teacher wss cillcd upon to tccompanied her husband here yesterday county room. Instead, however, I ran down stairs give in experience on the lights and shad haa gone to Wr. accepted an invitation from Mr. E and out of the door. Min Mattie Paxtom When about "j owe, triumphs and failures of the teacher's theTearhtrK't'ouveiitioiia; Monleatle, II Fox, the photographer, D.inville, to go yards oft I aaw Ja Ir ' vena and John life, wnich o' course proved a comprehen-iv- e pin theme. Tenn. through hi elegant building, put up Newland and heard them halloo "There he MithW Mathc Yaiiiiroi'oii and K A few niimes were addeJ to fie roll for hi buaineai and a handxomer goes, shoot him." My brother Rube told len Wearn have g"ne to hllead the Kirka-villor more complete ore fir that line we have them I was not Tom Fish and not to shoot, Committee on programme reported the theFair. never aen It contain diatinct departments Jut as I got on the fence or New ory and practice of Long Division, whicti Mm W. E. Vaunon and Miat Mattie for evrry branch, including photo portrait?, land sSot me. The aberizi did not tell me elicited an able dicurpion, participated in VandrTeer are vixilin;: Mi" Lillian Tanner, colar enmera work, artotvpea anil frimc there waa anybody on ttie outside and i.s I by a uuwbsr r membjrs Tni was followat MoKinnty. cf Cjmpjan Noin tork The gallery ia on the firM ll or and was unarmed, had i: ithing on l)'U my ed by ine dweux-io- n Mlisra ItlluDA LCNtFOHl) and Khttda ha all tnolern convenience The recep shirt and waa barefooted '.bey could easily he", wiiiri hUo called up considerable in Parlman left Wetlnrday for Miaxnuri to tion roimi", in charge of Mr. E II. Fox, have caught me. I had not made any ef- ier s Prof. Niiirnlell, of Indiana, w.is rmde :n tiororsry member and participavilt rla:iep. are iudied aplendid, turpainB anytbin; o' fort to slude arreit and hid hten to StanMil". W U Wku ii. tf Stanford, and the kind in thi part of the State Aflnt rec-fProf ford soveral times since the indictment was ted in the disc'i'ion. f Other Kentuckianx am at the National prncutod and had senn O is Newland re- Muii'Ml wa- cil'ed upnon th sui'"1! of Ewrr-MENJamc A. Ede and Mi T Waahincton dtapstch peatedly. My reason for running was tfiut I'eiimansh'P, whici lie treated wlib anility of Lexington, i at Xannie ISillird, bath of Uurard, came Miw L A Jo.ni I had some business to attend to and did Prof. Gnnieid jfhve a lucid exposition of leading lln bedaide of her aon. Mr. Joe , over in the hot, broiling aim Wednesday the cube rou . Decimal Fraction slTuded tvnnt to leave it at that time. and at once aought C'junty Clerk Cjoper no! Jcne, who iiaa ben very iil. Armp Hiati's Ictimuny was ubout tie aiMihjc for diecu'ion to Misaes Brown Ji'rrn Hubert Poy: and Vincent For the utialhefee made and provided for "uie ss the abovp. He heard the shnijt and Thurnv nd, followed by Mr MiClarv imiud the neceMry hceuee Bering, of Lindon, were here Tetcrdy r .!irh nrire goe shoot him," several titaes and Pnf. Grinstead till noon and Ed. John Hell Ciibion being in haud "There he ranging for a big deal in real eilaW. Theexeicise' o' the Hfternoon opened repealed and went r! once to where Jim mnaaer they rtoodup in the precinct" of the L'aping had fallen. Mn. Ed O. Hocasn burinr with an iuterrding dicuion of the best of the Jennie Holman (.5ompny, "a here crowd, which unnlly awemblea on auch of teaching (heart of reading, Mrs. Hud HrcaJdus stid that she saw method and were made one, while the per Wednesday preparing for their nming in by Mist Alii. Brown, Thur down the laire and that after he ran from ercry pore. Hith were Jim so mond, Mrs. Tarrant and other ladies and next Mondav got out of the houie heard cries of "There Me-er- s. Grins'etd and Pitor. W. 11 MU.VDKLI.R, a fine tauai-ria- n good looking and both old enough tochooru he goes, shoot bim." Hube Hiatt hallooed readinz Niles, accomplishmentothers. Good is an highly nrnv Tuesday and will partner for life, the lady especially to, fioai Indiana, arrived tal and painfully rare The suhi d at the top of his voice ''That's not Tom the lead the Gold A- Silver Bind at the Kirka but they aid they wanted to wad well treated. Fish, don't shoot." Paw Osrene and N old folk, and o they came cfl without letille and Lincoln land standing near. UARRIAGES. ting anyboly know of their intentions, Arthur Hiati's leftimony was about the LOCAL MATTERS. The couple that could get married when Invitations to the marriage of Miss same. Stw Owen and Newland, the latter Leavthe Fair can be fecured at the mercurr i playing up abjve the three was in a rquattin,; position when he first Kate Fields, a lovely young lady of Til K t;t!) to enworth, Kanas, to Mr. William B Gregotj;ure mark, mut he a little more anxioua Metclf A Fotf'and Mocker ft HrightV ry, have been received. and love a little harder than we cm imag looked at him. lorta. the Richard Godson, E'q., J. II Hutching' and J. L, Hutchison Midway Cllppe.; wa married editor ofSara, ine to Miss Watch. Owner can have aame FOUNP were examined as to the location and prob daughter of Hon. Mix Gorsley, ol Got Away hit HEiMi'Tunno. The neby proving and yyr,i for thla advertie able position of Ihe parlies at the time. last week. Oar heartiet conHob Login, who waa ahot by Mrc. Hur-ke- tt gro meut. A. T. Kunnelley. Sberitt Newland testified that he had told gratulation are extended. when he broke into her houe Friday I E. L. Hawks, the lightning rod nan, for Hiatt; about the It wb reported that a mob had formed night for the purpo'e of ravishing her, the posse to Hiati's warrant and found that eloped with Mis. Si lie Aubrey, of Lexinghim room Monday nljht to lynch the ntgro Ibb Lo managed to get away from the houe he he ent ton, to JefTsrsonville and were married standing at the window; that he threw Thope of his patrons who don't think he perhap untrue. , wa to although aiifliring from a can, but it taken down upon the bsd; that he asked charged them loo much for that rod, should wound that waa thought to be fatal. De himself two daya ha ren A UHKrzeforthe lat him nb'jiit Fi'h and finally arreted him on fend him a bridal present (ermining thnt he ahould not get otl j dertd exlatence in thta torrid rone a little which he produced. Hiatt Marnhnl Xewland took Joe Eiuliry the warrant, i hot and dry er.oigh .1K17 ADTKUTISUJIE.NTS. more bearable, but it siid the warrant did not amount to anyand Tin'ley Mcrahon with hici Tueaday a aalamander. yet to oook night and succeeded in finding ths brute thing, but he would go with him after he got on his clothes; he stepped out of tie ia upon u and the bak A seaiocsdrotith at Sindy Wilhera on Gilbert creek, seven HANK STOCK FOB SALE ! cf the Min aredrying up vegetation milet from where he waa thot. When aik- - room and in a few moments he heard ing raye NatI wlih lo tell ''ome citern are getting s.d how ho pot there ho said he walktd and shouts of hilt and the discharge of pistols, ional Bank stock Forty- .rs if notof First of all kind eolJ privateot Stanford, is gloomy. lhen the marshal ordered him to take Rn Deputy Jim Cook testified about the same ly will sell publicly County Court Day, lo-and altogether the outlook d II. T. HVHII, Dr Ctrpenter deposed that when he went Wa,k t0 the 8ltion. a mi!e h.T... nl r I CM.lId 0,h" to perform the operation on Hiatt he told He refo-e- d to try ll but on it baing sug ., .. l,-- . ... danger he wa in and that if he U0 ruirii'i gpsted that perhaps a mob would capture him cf the and his trial ha been fixed for next Monbad anything to say he had better say it Twelve shirss of the Farmers National Bank, him if he was taken by the road he quickly day at 9 o'clock. His brother Sm, who then. Hiatt remarked that he did not of PttDlord, will tc sold at public auction before made tracks for the railroad and got there e In Stanford, August 1st, County wts also rreted, was discharged, as there in time to come ia on the 0 o'clock train know that he had anybody to blame and th Court day, to' we n the hours of 11 ann 12 o'clock againt him npeed no evidence that he had brought the trouble on by his and was lodged in jail. If. Ji. A RSt EM)T, own folly. Sig-t- J Crab Orchard. A Hiiass Hand and orchestra accompt The Stanford Roller Mills, now under A little after 3 o'clock both sides announcHolman troupe, and in adniei the Jennie full headway, is the most important institu- ed that they were through and then Peyton, dition to good dramatic performances, the tion opened up in the history of Stanford. Warren, Harding, Hill and Carpenter spoke will be patrons ol the show next week Danville. Stanford A Crab Tho Direct )ra of machinery was put in by the great on their nspective sides. At 0 o'clock Orchard Turnpike the meet at the First Nationwill sounds. Tick- The treated to a concord of sweet milling firm of Nordyke & Mormon, Indi- Judge Varnon delivered his decision saying al Uaoil, Stanford, neat Saturday sfternojn lor the transaction of Importaot buslneis. ets on sale at McKob'rta & Stage's. Re- anapolis, and embraces the latest and most 1 that it had not been proved that the posse J. N. IIOHLEY, resident. served seats 75 cents. improved inventions in every line of supe knew that it was not Fish they were firing Titr directors of the Building Auocia-lio- n rior machinery. There are six stands of at and that it was madneeson Hiatt's part G. A. BENEDICT & CO., elected Col. W. G. Welch president, fine roller machines for flour, with the nec- to run, knowing that the posse was after a STAXFOKD, KKNTITKY. Cpl. Frank Harris vice preideot, and W. essary reels and centrifugal that are man who had committed murder. He ComM. Bright secretary and treasurer. models of perfection. Four kinds of flour therefore Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster, the prisoners. mittees on by Uws and finance and loans are made and the Diy, the finest quality, It was a very unfortunate afliir and were appointed and the body adjourned cannot be beaten in any mill, those who nobody regrets more than the posse that at awWells Drilled to older and rump furmlihed f factory price. till Saturday night at 8 o'clock The have tried it agreeing that it is better than they were forced in their own opinion to was directed lo notify the subjerib-vr- a the best There is in addition one four- - resort to the measure they did. The Hiatts that the initiation fee of 25 cents on the roller stand for meal and the engine, a 50 are not to blame either for wishing a full Lre must be paid to him to morrow, 23J. horse Buckeye, ii the lighteet-ruunin- g and inveetigatian of the matter and nobody I will deliver to regalsr customers In Stanl ord and vicinity every mornlDg at huge machine in the councensures them for invoking the law to that clay pigeon shooting toarnauieot most complete A MO OnerCeul Per Poniid. try. It would take a column or two to die end will beheld at Crab Orchard Springs July Before going into the trial Judge Var all ol the local cribe all the various contrivances that go to Acconnls due at tbe clow of each month or 25 2G and 27, In which make up the mill; let it be sufficient to say non very properly issued an order that no rbtn customer quits. other sections of shots and many from It E. It A UROW. Mr. J. II. Weeks, the expert who dffes person with arms should be admitted into Tennessee and Indiana will partici- that cDurt'houteand accordingly stationed a nothing but start and open up mills, tells us the E. pate The tournament will ba held under guard at the door to search every person Edward Bull, that there is not a finer mill in the United who entered. the supervision of Messrs. mm, States, nor even in the world, than the one of Kentucky's beat trap shots; John A Teachers Institute. Stanford Roller Mills, so far as every recent DAN VI LEE, KT. Haldeman, of the Louisville 2im,and W. When the bell rung for the meeting of improvement is concerned. Mr. W. N. C. Oflutt, of the Courier Journal. Board at opro-ltto his I'olt, whess experience extends through a the Lincoln County Teachers Institute at Has removeditiie and (Oegaat new building prepir-e- e is better than ever tbe post the Springs will be $2 per day. Round, to accommodate tha public with nae picture lifetime, is the superintendent, E, T. Roch 10 o'clock Wednesday, Superintendent (rip fare from Louisville is $ 3.45. faced an audience composed of one soli- from Photographs to life slr. Satisfaction guar-leester, clerk, James Milburn, head miller, Jennie Holman combination will nnd W. B, Holderman engineer. Mr. John tary teacher, Mr. W. F. McClary and Dr, The bsein a weeks encasement at Walton' Op- W. Rout w ill travel for it as soon as it is Lewis, a spectator. Fifteen minutes later Monday niiiht. 25th. in "Di- - necessary, but so fur the orders exceed the the conductor, Prof. W. C. GrinBtead ar . Hnua... voice." It has recently played for two supply. Most of the credit of getting up rived and teachers began to fall in by ones, weeks in Lexington, where it received the the sock company, which has built this twos and threes till quite a reepectable rep , 4: & highest praise both from press and people. magnificent property, is due President J. S reientalion was had. It waa so almighty The JVC bjs: "It is certainly a cood Hocker, of the First National Bank, who hot that had none of them put in an ap show and worthy of the large crowds who has labored early and late to make it a suc- pearance they could have urged that as an A Splendid tihow of Stock Miss Holman is cess. In addition to being a paying inexcuse and it would have been held m come to do her honor. , is too hot to do emotional, vestment to the stockholders, the mill is of valid find reasonable. It an actrefs of the Guaranteed. SIiimIc by EICII dramatic and even powerful In some scenes. inestimable value to the farmers, giving anything save to sit in the shade, fan and HORN'S BAND. For CataPretty and attractlye, her face adds charm them at all times a market for their wheat drink some cooliug beverage. acting. If you are Inclined at the highest figures. An examination of the logues apply to tho Secretary. Superintendent Bgle furnishes us to her graceful to doubt all this go to eee her, and if yon the establishment will convince anyone of following report: W. J. LYJLE, are not satisfied go again at our expense its excellence acd surprise with its The Lincoln Teachers' Institute opened vatnesr. .Her support is excellent and contains a HI. AIEYEK, Kee'y. Mr, Its cost was about $22,500. with Prof. W, C. Grinstead as conductor, chosen set of cood artistr. Trains Icare ltowtiti.l its and 7 20 a, ltfturnlurf, sirlient 0ml 8:Mr, M. m. Tin: (lolil Ac P. S.-F- INE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. I FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE, i i. l''f l'rt'"w I'-d- ie 1 The most pfrfft Slacblne v(t Inventel, Wonderful savlog of labor and eislly (peralcd. Heart the following testimonial from Udlcs of Hustonvllle and vicinity This is lo cirtlfy Ibal weare using tbe FJorcn e Washing Macblnoand think It the only Machine we ever saw thai will do all it claims. It (avis clothing and labor and is well worth tbe pllce paid for it .Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mrs. I). W SU;. Mrs. . F. Cowan, Mrs. Bam Reld, Mrs. J. V. RIBe. Mrs. T. J. Ilobinson, Mrs. Oeorye W. RUIe, Mrs. J. T. I'.oss, Mrs, (?. C. Lyons, Mrs. S. O. Drye, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs.JuAeph Coiley, Mrs i. K. Daughma1!. Now Is your chance to secure tbe ltst Machine of the age. We also havo testimonials frorn the followlog Stanford Ladles: Mesdamcs Sam Owen?, T. 8. Doo-le- y, Kate Hays, S. 8. Myers, O. O. Wine and Mary Straub. FLOUEXVE IVAHMSG 31AV1IIXE VO B. I' McALUsTEIi, Business Manager. Headquarters at Dr. Bourne's, Stanford. j P" DR. S. G. HOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. HOCKER & BRIGHT, (SUGCESSOICSTO W. II. II1GGIXS.) Wo will continue to handle tha s justly celebrated and most nopular 1 COOK ST0VE3 and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GR0CERIE3, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in tho lead of all others, where it justly deservos to be. Ask your Ho-W.-- neighbor ia reference to i's supjriority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLE7 COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the 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 haye any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. V. It. .UcKIXXKY, .Sulem:iii. II. C. iltTPLEY, MHHCHAXT TAILOK, I d -- bivercelvl and still receiving - Fir. New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best in the market, which wll' be -- Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Kono in City or Country 11 ve Me a Trial. Hop-kinsvill- e, WEAREN & MENEFEE, ea-cil- v v.,. '......, ipi-j,- .'- ,., i.iin-1-.r- it-- h '" 217-t- ATKSTOCK. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Oarts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, TURNPIKE MEETING! Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. Cotrt-nous- Sash-Blind- 217-2- any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come anu see our lino assortment oeiore 11 is uroaeu. J. B. GREEN. ArI., Hnatonvllle, (Cincinnati Naw Orleans AH of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as 2- -t y WEARBN & MENEFEE. Ky. ICE! ICE! ICE! Queen H. FOX, and Crescent Route and Toxai Paolflo Railway.) HEAD UP. TBA.INSNOKTH. Nw. 7. Ken-luck- Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. READ DOWN. Ho.l. Dilly. i !... PHOTOGR&jFHEU, Dally Ex. Bun. TBAINH BOUTH. Wo.3. tfo. 5. STATIONS. M. ... 1. I IMllf. Dally. 'L'Te. .fiBclnnail Ciooruelovrn Dally. Dally. Ex. tjun. No. 4, No. 6. No. 8. Dally. Daily. d Bo-gt- t. DANVILLE FAIR. AUG. 2, 5. 7 55 am1 4 03p m 9 00 p mi.. 10 M) a in, 7 03 p in 1133 pm .. 11 25 am 7 35 p m 11 Stp m .. 1147 am' 8 W pm 12 21 am .. 1221 am 8 43p m "l 05 a in ., 12 33 a m 3B9pm 12 45 a in 9 10 pm 1 U a in .. 1 63 p m ... 2 4i a ui.. 2 45 i IU ... B 55 a ui ., R 25 p m .... 8 45 am,,, U 30 p ui .... ,...,!' 3 50 pm ., 3 35 a tu ... ....... 8 00 pro ., 8 00 a iu ... Ill Warn ., 10 00 p ml... 42p m 10 25 am 6 40 am 47p m 7 27 am1 4 10a m 3 2Up m 700 am 3 18s ui I.ciliigtiin 2 Sip m (127 am 3 23a m NIcholaiTille !HarroJiburg Junction.. 2 8p m !t5 47 a m M. 2 06p m (5 32 a in 2 88 a in DanTlll Junction City . ... 13.5p m 5 20 am 2 28am ' Kings Mountain .. .. 12 4llp in 1 10am . 11 54 a m .. ....Somvrstft 8 10 a m . ,, 9 40 p m Oaila!t) 5 00 a ui .. . 0 30 p m Chatuujoa 10 35P in .. .10 40am Biriuiugbaui Vrr r. 3 -- 510pm I... i G15am 8 ... .New Orltans Eu'aw Meridian 4 I 700p m .. 30p m .. J 00 a mi.. .1 .1 0 20 am 3 45 a m 3 00 6,55 , 8S5p m 8,00 first-class- Pre J. No. iMTea Chatunooga at 4.30 p. it., arriving at Oakdaleat 7.15 r. H. Mann Boudoir Buflst 81plD( Car on all through trains. U. COLLBBAN, Qen'l JOnN C. GAULT, Oen'l Manager, U. -- . 11IAH, Assl. Oen'l K. CABBOLL, Heo'l UupL, W. W. WELLS, tiuperluteadent, Somerset, h.j. am pm am ,...ihrTfort. ., 750 am .T. P Junction. -- ...! Arrlilng at ChatUnoij at 9.30. 9 learea Oakdila dally except Sunday, at 0 li a. m "illlBpml., J ......I ... 00am 6 55ptn 7l0p mi ......Meridian .....VIcksburKM... No. U a rasr. Ft, Fit. A aci., Ageac Fast, fJeneral Offices. Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, OtQ. r y Su-ffiHttHn3ritm- or $onrmd LINCOLN COUNTT. NEVADA Vlrxliilu IN 1) ITS Cltr in tho CRAB QHCHARO, iy Worn ltlcli. PRIME. When All Itt STRIKING INCIDENTS. driving from tho northwest undor opposlto moving clouds Cr.oi ns In thin lnyers 1 The Medical AnsocUtior, Spr.nM held at Crab wart well attended which wa Ut week, Notice. -- Lsille1, jour accounts arc due. Plesae cll and settle, ai I need the money. Mm. E. V Jone. CouipUlntd of the ver hot weather are heard no all sides. Tuedy the tbertnoiu eter was up to 103 in the ahade. Mr. W. K. Buchanan has biiirfht iter. W. WhiteV saw mill and will oon be pre pared to receije orders for lumber. Mrs. J. B. Huff .ntn, of Linton, h t rented room from Mm. Tarrant and ill keep home there for a short time Ttie new organ for the Cnrielian church hn arrived and a tneJ Iat Sjn-dafjr t'te fira time. Mi M.ijie Divis y will preide m opeued lat Monday with SO jvipil. It U beini; taught in the public school building and not in conuec tion with the Clletie, m it wm Un yeer As Mr. J 'e M'lvin waa tlri vini; ilon the rftrtet 'ever! div hzo, hi tioree ran tfl and ttift-- him out of the wacon. Et The public Kchool oranit ceptinu' a ihoroiuh coatioK of dui, h otherwise uninjured Mr Jumea Hiatt'" funrr! wax prtach ed at the Christian church hunJay morn in by Re. W T B White and hii re mains were hid to rMt boi-- i ! hia mother in the ceme'ery on the hill He wa a thrifty, industrious yount; man, and his untimely death fa much regretted. The family o! man? friends in their be reavement. Oj lst Wednesday nisht Misa Alice Hardin gave a nipper to her .et, little Li na Kennedy, in honor of her 7th birthday A score of little girl and boys were pre ent to share with Lini the tieliciou dam tiei Mt Alice i so well skilled in prepar inc. We were remembered with a waiter of icon and cake and can tetiff to their ex celleccy. Misses Clem Grave, of Lcxinaton, Car rie Dean anl Bettie McFall, ol Versaillis, are thegueta of the Miei Stuart. Miss Cynthia Ujmji , ' Nicholaille, is yisil-in- s Mrs. Sophia C'ir)n. Mm. J. II Stephens, of Kansas, was the guest of Mr. W Mrs Sallie Magill and chilM. Qarnett dren, of Budstown, are viitini; Mrs. V. V. Tatem and and other re'aliTes. Mis'e , L'zz'e StoufTir and Lanra Johnon, of are the guests of Mi's Mollie Brooks Mr. J. W. Brcoks is at home Mr. Tom White, of Tazell, TenreK'ee, U here. Madam Rumor whispers of a wed dinz in the near future, in which he will play an important part. Lo'i-iaville- ML SALEM LINCOLN COUNTY. There have been good rains in localities lately, while in other spot' it has. only been showery. Died, an the 17tb inst , at Middleburz, of typhoid (ever, Mrs. Bettie A Staton, aged 23 years. Mrs. Staton was the daughter of Mr. John W. Newell and leaves a husband and two small children to mourn her lew. Her remains were taken to her fither'a home on Monday evening and on Tuesday morning to Mt Calvary Church, where funeral services were held by Rev J. M. 0 iver, of tbe Methodist church A hrge congregation of friends and relatives were in attendance. There was a Sunday school picnic al Richards' School house Saturday. Eirly in the morning they assembled from all di rectiotisand very eoou a large crowd wits on bands, Tho happy smiles of all s'zs and eges graced tbe occasion Tne exercises were rpentd with vocal mueic by the singing class, followed by an appropriate chapter read by R;v. J. J, Curtis, and prayer After more music, Elder S A. Butt ad dressed the assemblage in his usual vigorous style. In addition to his other interesting remarks, ho cave great praise to the fiae organ'zition of the Richards Sundav ichool and its splendid industrious working Mr. John De followed with :i material good speech. Other FfeikeM expected not being in attendance, dinnrr wn announced. Here was a very interesting part of tbe pro ceeilings, A variety ofeverythiog of the moat subatanlial eatables and the moit tempting knick knacks were spread in profusion undur the shade of the mijejtic oaks All without preWois condition, were eirnestly The small chap were invited to partake ia their glory. Oje little fellow, wit hands full of pies and cakes, s'tting tl it en the gnuod, remarked: "I'm j an eating!" Tne plebtUn and pitricnn met on half way grounds, realizirg the fict that tbey were both mtde of the common dun of the tarth. It Wis in striking contrast to eoine place of similar nature I have attended in modern times, whera select persons invited elect associates, or perhaps, those made of sifted earth, to pirtake of their viands. Tne whole affiir reminded one of the days before Mammon became the chief dei ty to be worshiped. In the afternoon Rev J, J. Curtis mads a stirring address, claim ing that God Almighty would hold us re iponsible for the proper raising of our c lildrer ; that we were either raising them tit heaven or for hell; and tbe importance of rearing them in the fear and admonition of the Lord. Mr. Clayton Montgom-er- r followed and urged the desirability of a union school. The suparintendent, Mr John Lay, closed the exercises. e When llaby wxs ilck, wi gra uerCaatoria, When alio wm a CliUd, aha cried for Caatorla, When she became II Ui, aha clan; to CutorU, TVTiou alio Children, ahe are them Cutoria. A lottor from San Francisco to tho Philadelphia V'i contains tho following: A hurried run over to Vlrglnln City after an absence of nearly aovon yonrs was, indeed, a revolution to ono who had seen It undor tho Intluonco of tho Hush times of 1S74 It haa frequently boon prophoslod of Into that Nevada would loso ita Identity as a State by ronton of tho llight of Us population I would not bo surprlsod; for, as a matter of fact, Virginia City, which is practically all thoro Is, or over was, of Novadn, so far ns population goes, .s gradually boing depopulated, although It is no unusunl thing to sea llnnncinl Mnckay and other magnates looking over tho hoisting-woik- s ns If thoro might bo n possibility of another boom. In view of this possible collapse of Novada, Its crowded past Is worth tho contemplation of tho student of "rising nnd falling," as Simon Wegg would say. My first visit to the great bonanza town was in 1973, nnd I staid there for more than a year. This was an evoniful enr your In winch thoro for Vii$itila City, was probably more money "In sight" nud in circulation than In any other year of tho town's existence. Thcso were vorlta-M- e s rl'jsh tunes Fifteen were rur.nlnir in fuil blast and "wido op"n" day and night on C stroot, nnd the c ise-leputT, putt, puff of the several hoisting works made music to tho miner's ear all summer and winter Ion. How well I remember it on tho clear, star-li- t wlifr nights un ler the shadow of Mount Davidson. "Consolidated Virginia" was p ,i ironth iu dividends; twelve thousand miners woio employed at the different mines, nnd money was It is not a stretch of imagination to say there were no people iu Virginia City hard up.' Good times were a pirt and parcel of every man's life. The miner tolling for M per day invested his monthly wagos in mining Some of them stocks or thea faro-banmade hits nnd kept at it. Others wont to tho wall and cheerfully took up their burden ngnln. nnd ns cheerfully looked Nearly fi.COO,-COforward to next pny-dawere disbursed monthly in wagos, to say nothing of tho tremendous amounts Mining paid out for supplies nnd power at great depths, with wood at fl2 por cord and f'50,000 pumping engines, Is expensive Hut the returns were enormous, too, nnd a good denl of money circulated constantly in Virginia City. In tho early morning you might have seen John Maekay. in a and wluto slouch hat, driving from the Con Vlrglnln ofilco to the different mines nnd mills In which the "bonauza" firm were interested; and had you approached him nt such a tlmo with n question you would hnvo received a monosyllulvc reply. You may bo sure you would never rjet a pointer on stocks Ho told mo ono day In IsTO that he had not given a "pointer" on stocks to any one In nine yonrs. And why should he. whon those favors could como with such infinite grace through his agonts in "Frisco'" Con Virginia was then producing about scvou hundrod tons of oro per day Maekay was well likod durln? tho flush times, and Fair well, ho was not hated. The feeling In regard to him was best in the appellation the' gavo him "Slippery was If ho Jim." ho slippery, was at samo the time the most competent man on tho Comstock m handle tho stupendous interests In his keeping. For novor was any business ilnn subjected to tho incur sions and jobs of a more porsistent gang of bloodsuckers, cormorants and parasites than tho "Pauper alloy" leeches who 'ried from tlmo to tirao to fasten upon tho quartet of sudthemselves denly enrichod Irishmoi composing tho Maekay firm. was bonanza originally a jovial, miner, generous and truthful. As long ago as isri he had como to fear every stranger who approached him, knowing full well from experience that no matter wlrnt tho subject of a conversation when stnrtol, tho conclusion was a. most invariably n request for money I have secu him, in a lit of suddenly npproach a mirror, and, catching sight of his reflection, think for a second that It was somo one else, nnd involuntarily start back alarmed Onco ho showed mo a largo drawer full of bogging loiters from strangers, one of whom askel lor tlOl,-03- ) thin 1c of Itt Maekay gavo away thouHo has quietly assistsands every year. ed a rjat many peoplo, but I never knew hira to directly ndvlso anyone to invest In s'c c ;s. A gi oat many peoplo have asked me htm- - ho got his start. I hnvo seon manv acrivjnts professing to bo tho true ones Hj: oven in Virginia City thoro are conil.ct'u stories That which struck me a- - 'ho most correct was ns follows: Sorm Mmo in lfji, as I hnvo boon Macicny. who wus then working in th Kntuk, of which J. M: Walker, a broth.' of Wulkor. of Virginia, was superiutendont, was ndvisod by Walker to buy cither Kontuek or Yellow Jacket, which was about to bo man-n- l u ated for n rise Mnckuy w is n sober, saving man Ho had a little money laid by Ho tool: tJio advlco givon him by Wa.keHo mado moro than 100,000. This was his startor. Whother this bo truo or not I can not say. Hut I liavo very ,pod reason to believe that Maekay frequently assisted Walker In WOT with largo nmounts of money. Flo d was of dlfterent caliber Ho had bocomo soured In 1?T'5 beyond hope, and ho rarely put out n he'p 'i hard It w as at tho ond of tho groat Sierra Nov ill deal, in which tho "bonanza" peop'o spent flO.OJJ.OOO In upholding tho market against tholr own judemont, but to save tho wholo Pacific const from a panic And, ovon though my broker was yelling constantly for wind, nnd I ihn'.ty on Union, succumbed which was dropping at flO a clip on me, and, although my potty curses doubtloss went to swell tho volumo of oxecr.itlon that surgod against tho Nevada Hank, I huvo slnco scon tho matter in a different light and have also como to ronliza tho truth of tho saying that money alone can not bring contentmont. John Maekay Is ono of the richost tnon In tho world. Is ho contented! Far from It. Is Flood contontodl Ho don't know the moaning of tho word. Is Fair Ask him ns ho contemplates tho ovorthrovv of all his housohold gods. Is Johnnie Skao, that somotlmo Canadian telegrapa oporator, who traded In tho seorotcodoof his employers' patrona on tho Comstock and finally got to bo twlco a millionaire! Ask tho paupor's grave he fills to-.- ! ay And of that scoro or moro suddonly onrlchod by tho troaaures of tho Co ma took. What and who aro they Somo of them, tho vory small minority, liavo still a shred of fortune; the majority uro dead, or "moroly walk-'ii- g around to savo funornl expenses " old-tim- o faro-bankss pea-jackel good-heartod mindedness, con-tonte- tho marriage of a couple who had wultcd sixty yoars for each other. Their courtship began in childhood nud although separated fora lifetime they rotaluod for each other n truo affection which culminated as abovo relnted. A UEMIHKUU.K trip for n steamor was that accomplished by tho now Hritlsh ship Ormuz, in trnverslng tho distance between Port Adclaid, Australia, and Liverpool (11,00J miles) in twenty-sevedays, making n record of seventeen miles an hour. Tho nmount of coal consumed during the voyngo Mas 110 tons por diem. A Kkkncii journal of scienoo roports an extraordinary caso of tranco In n young lady who has continued In an uninterrupted statu of unconsciousness for four years. Tho subject Is wasting nway nnd the pulse Is gradually growing weaker u although food Is administered. This Is supposed to haw been brought on by n fright resulting In convulsions Osk way of increasing capital was exemplified In a case occurring, not long since, m Mississippi. A widower, tho father of five children, mimed John Dollar, married t lie relict of a former neighbor named Hmanuel Slvblts, who left to her care six young Sixbitses, which, with tho addition of tho maternal Si.xbits, footed up five dollars and twenty-fiv- e cents This ndded to tho six Dullurses of tho other party to the contract, aggregated clovHy this en dollars and twenty live cents means their capital was about doubled without leaving tho family. Thk first and only Instance of the killing of fowls of the air by lightning was recently roeordod In a California paper While watching the clouds during a thun n gentleman observed a Hock ot wild goeso imssing through the air Suddenly a Hash of lightning blazed forth and apparently shattered the Hook Sov-orof the geese fell to the ground dend. but without tho slightest marks of violence utMii them. This incident unsettles the commonly accepted belief that the feathered deniiens of the air are secure from the dnrting fire of heaven. Tits nrrest of a criminal under very singular circumunnces was made, not Ion.: since, bj the jvolice of Oil City, Pa. A of shoes that hnd been side tracked in the city had been eutered by thlces of whom there was :.o duo. An officer m passing down tho street one Sun day morning obsrvcd a rough character with a tnlr of new shoes on, who, when he watching him, disappeared saw the i into a neighboring church. Following, the officer entered and seeing the Lottoms of a new pair of shoes on a kneeling man quietly took him otiltide and found the trade mark of tho losing firm upon thorn. Tho an i st resulted iu tho of all the guilty ones. A sev cu'Twv relates a recent occurrence which in his opinion nccounts for the mystonous disuppMruncj of numerous vessels at sea. "During a storm a huge meteor, looking like two balls of lire, droppel Into the sea closo alongside, making u tremendous rouriug. Hefore reaching tho water tho upper atmosphcro was darkenod, while .below, and on board, every thing appeared like n sea of fire. Tho force of the nuteor striking tho water caused heavy breakers, which washed over the vessel, making her roll dangerously Tho atmosphere became uucomfortablr warm, and the air was full of sulphur Immediately afterward solid lumps of ice fell m the deck, and decks and rigging bocanu coated with an ley crust, caused by tho immense evaporation. On tho side whero the meteor fell tho ship nppeared nil black, and some of tho copper sheeting was blistered." n con-ilit.odor-storcar-load ftt.-o- r appro-bendin- ml lea to tho approach of lino weather. A case Is recorded In a Westorn paper of WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S Wall Paper, POWD mjH aw M Absolutely Pure Thlit powJer niTfrTrl(ii A ttmTfl ol ptultj, alrcnglh and wholrsoiuouesi 'Morn ooonoiulrm than the ordinary kind, and can not bo aolo roiiipettton with tho multitude of low trat .tliort weight alum or thopli.Ue powdnra. SoMonly In cam. Horn. Uakino I'ownica IOC Wall direct. New York Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as tho lowest. (, Stanford Female College. ALEX. Next S B. K. WE.ARE1V, TAXI ON, I'KKS. r' Stanford. nwili "ii Thursday1.h0,stofSap.omberFTJKN1XURE Instruction thorough, auJ discipline kind, but firm, (iraduatea oulu..r JtoVroat iourM jrrinij. of fl to mlt tlio taitesluan I cjpaelltoijipuu girl. Oil;, peclal attractions ol Art and t'n 75V.-t- f Mu.ic. tfrod for ctilc;ua. STORE ! Iiirt 3IACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. i.oli.s.schli:(;el, PUOTOGKAIMIKKi, lillllMUMJi Kl Tl(K Photographs in all styles aud sizos. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors N 1m Prlej ii a I i a i 1 M ;at Try iMl low lr Livery, Trnining, SALE STABLE 03-- Feed, ! .isr Hafln rPBtxl tbf nUtilonn (fKit itrwt, I am prepared to train B.t hrratf liorj.-- . no rranoualile ternn. Count Cnurt day tra li llrll. JIMS It. C.t ItPK.STKlt, tt.nlorj. Kf MM hIhiijk linyc on hutul u liiruc timl mIoc( Hum of I'urnl. Iur anil I'liiIcrlaker'H (JoixIh. .My prlcr will he iin 1iv iim niii1i KOoiIh can 1m ImiiiuIiI Iu the illeM. Uno me a irlul und 3011 Mill lie coutliu'etl Unit I m11 lower llian the loueni. WILLIS HOUSE, XI I.N ST, I.ICilMO.Mi kl J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. Fur a Andilpanacl well furniiht--t riKinn, thl Hold bar no iuxrl.ir. Oi. .rupl roJiai itltcti-- l. f.' "0 vl Table A B VEBNX, 4f IU IM lr 17 Jul-- Ij PHARMACIST, rs p Jackson iiouwl;, LONDOft. KV. - Drugs, Books, Stationery and ranuy hi ttuica. I'hrilrlant i.r-.- iV c;; u , , 'V, HAW OF SCIENTIFIC hl iWWJ.uj. A workman la a vinoyard in Napa Vnl- ley, Cnl , commlttd suicide tho other dnv by jumping mto u tusk of wine und t'hose the Unatli of Clarnnro. i , sulphur in the rubtuir It It said frequent and thorough washings will arrest this tendoncy. It is naid, by experimenters, that a dog Is en ibled to follow a man through the peculiar individual odor exuded by h.tn winch though i)rcoptiblo at great becomos indistinguishable through the intervention of a single thicknoss ot brown papor botwoen the foot and the ground plecos can be tinned by Smili. cast-Iro- n first thoroughly cleaning the articles to be tinned, and immersud in u bath of one ounce cream of tartar, one ounce protochlo-rid- e of tin and ten quarts of water. Tho bath should be kept at a temperature of 1W degrees in a stotio vessel Pieces of zinc KtiuL.1 bo throw u into tne bath. Av Knglish journal of medicino in treating of the cure of ths ear advisos tho protection of that organ against tho entranco of any col fluid. It recommends tho closing of the o. r w.th cotton or wool while bathing and diving, and particularly enjoins upon persons with auVctodears their protection against cold or damp weather. In a London paper of a recent date a no t"d doctor of that ilty enlarges upon his successful treatment of cancerous tumor in tho form with calcium carbonate Two cases of calcined oyster shells. perare cito I in wh.ca speedy an manent cures by tho above specific hnvo been efiocted. Tho mode of ndmiulstrntlou is a few grains a day, taken m warm water or ton. Tun reason of "the Min putting out n At tho time of firo" is thus explained: day when the sun shiuos into n room tho tire is often allowed to got dull, und tho sun's rays warm und rarify tho air in tho room as much as tho firo warms tho a'r passing over It up the chimney. Hence tho draught ceases ami tho lire goo. out. To remedy tho Incouvcnlonco open tho door or tho wludow, to let tho warm air out and cold In. Notwitiintandi.no tho frequent and positive assertions on tho part ot numerous persona that claim to hnvo seen them, that there exists in this country a species of snnko known as tho "horn snake," tho best authorities on tho subject dony Its existence. Tho supposition Is that tno namo originated in tho brain of somo terrified victim of a snake scare. Tho snake thut most rcsombles the fabled "horn snake" Is tho ntyopM tntliinotrticiM, or plno snake, u serpent entirely harmless to any savo to tho lower order of small animals and birds. A Fhentii paper describoa the an apparatus Intended to record tho topography of roads by an automatic apparatus, which is sot in operation by tho movement over the road to be examined of a small carriago containing tho apparatus, and Is controlled in such a way Ly the movement of tho car as to register all varieties of lovol und changes In direction. Tho mechanism employed is quite simple. Tho wheels of tho carriago et In motion drums, on which aro wound strips of paper, and on these strip the record is made. 1 1 1 Tliorongtily llenniitlril it ml Krfnr r..i'Ki!iiKNT In the distribution of power nldlinl lliroilEhoiiC. I'lrtt'Cliim Turn JEWELER. bv el"i tricity uro being made by a compannd ranoonnlilr prices, liny nud night ny In San Francisco. The motive power Is met by pollti- I'orlcrmir lliU titlnsnrr furiushel by a small engine operating a populnr llotMi. The Largest Btook of Watches. Uiocsi 'J07Rrn. patent dynamo. JfwelrT inc Silverwnre vj 'fun gradual loss of elasticity in articles of vulcanized rubber has been attributed than f A to thli taariet rrtrx her houfot V, Mrti- -, ' Jew el i by to the formation of sulphuri. tf lf toMl on ihon uotli and W.fr.n'.! aoJ by the in lion of ttu ntmosplwre on sii.-ntist- s NATURE. F. B.RILEY, Proprietor. t p lou. AlM- ain.rali) - cow iall !' 1 lur 3SSA frt?N.ir- . 'Zj";fm? Js The Best 11 f c-TIR 1 -- tJOJISVItlt ktWlBTCHICCORlL A NEW FAST MAIL1 1X4 . .. tl III tftUI LorisviM.i: THE a vixviss ati fiUPIfl SERVICE itiuf M t 11 IM yt 1 I f Dj'ly eecjrea to traTelcn lllh Tmm v irk ri J 1 t 4tlglf 11 nn j ii. - II A'U r . I n t waitfl I II.KhKWaterproofGoat Efcr Made. .t li rtnlt vr'rr rtn lir lfimiil ,i; iu rt llllarii mil r 1 , 1 - I II ISA - n rR trumrrrti l .1, .1. a IT ttl'l thrr 1 JIMnr ury In I .r it If i AS'I) KI.Il r. t t 'id ,r KFIl II r, M.i. 1ST te r. t Krer attempted ' i ureal ( in uerclal lt- Imoo tbeUnliltiTe ko I lilctttio, nj hirnrw I c uijntiia train, lie tho lattest timeau uoi titeen all point, in tho South, or to tlm tl'vnt aud Xnrthirent the counte'Part of till, train on all trunk Hum i. den juinateil Tnt Limit- ! IZriit'CHi. Tbo.Uwrb rolllntat'k wh cm. tilnr slvva patrons I'ullmltvil CiTM all Coupon 'flrket Ottlie. in tin) tjoutli you will find our lime tatitei and ticket, raj .Mutton, Kvt .itoiiim .i'il .tick to Munmt, If roil wautto..iTe liioney and hare, ple.a.iil Jour-ne- fr3fiRRaiJl & y w B MERS HOTEL, SrVWFOHh. h p. u. HUKNMUfc. 1'hiK inort. KoTr?::t Notts Ulsslsslppl Valley C: Fropr BY DAYLICHT rhrouqh the CANONS ol NEW DIVER and scroti tm ALLEUIUNIESanJtha BLUE RIDGE, patting WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Hatorti ol the Alleghany Mountains In Virginia y. K. O, MiCOKMIOK, K A t ItT T clict HiCkKkR, uenerai I M. V lib 'luaakMK, Ui Ai-nt- a Are, Iiiliillle, Ky. ne it, Cincinnati, () ?IWZ3T SUMilEIl CLIMATE JU ASIS2i:A. and 0 liners rtk;'iH. Old iiud Woli nowu ITotol Still Matutnma iu Kicch Roputation. no G AITTE CHICKEN 5mrH 't Obienatlon Car; from Kanawha filti to Charlotte! le Breakfast to Supptrj Irom April 1st to Oece-1st CNLY SOLID TRAINS Iu ?P,ri8lor " it ahull be docond to Totol in the State Dotarminod - with f'ULLMAN CARS .:ul:7ille, Cincinnati, and Losing'.:::, '.: iait Faro. Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oaeiti that Countrt Cholera Cure! 1 till lie riiiirt;ril to and fruin fie II (tiarir. Nnnrl.l IFinmnilill CommereUI Trelfn, Te liar will MVtit with tne choltttt tit Ii ''"I" ir.n.. f I l.junn a1 ( la-.-r KENTUCKY Connects In tame depot In Washington for GENTflHl fi. P. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, 1 "itlue-dniH- H vwoMoiiDr "C rU ' NEW " YORK., ' Huute." And.irpoint.in VIRGINIA -E- and NORTH CAROLINA. TICKETS IN SEASON'87. No. 1 Dalljr. Nro. 2 XCURSION rut UmB.iwnb LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI .- Shortest and Quickest Ronto from Oen mI gmin&j to all Points North, East, West and Bouthweat. Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A 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 ..: iv. m ' will b? refunded. 5o-centwo-thirds Through tlckata ani baz(a( cbcke. to aor de.tluatloa reached by rallro.i. For full particular., tall ou any aireot of the company, or H K. MORSE, D. A.KKELEY, 7 t) p J) rt 50 a ru Oen.Pa... AgBUt, Lyo Trar. Paw. Aueot, II M p in, II W a m Arr Uxlngtou E. HUNTiNUTON1 KeceWer. U 00 n'u S 10 a in H White r?ulph r fMirliiif. ueral Otfire., CoTlnton,rCy. " CharloilTlile(V M JutitP S 10 p m II 10 a ro 11 IN KKFKTJUMC5. Oallr Ex. dun. 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