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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887072601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Sent VOL. XVI. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ill DANVILLE. Interior' r.oilNir. Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUVTY. & MB. MUST Hftt NO. 249. OP STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1887. HOyi.e AM'AL KMIIIIITIOX I'iiMimwi' -- iT 1'vhlnw SU I'EUANNOM.CAHH. 11 understood wocrMlt that J1.W will and demanded. - U V. T. WALTON- Iu hiii'peich at Hiru Cave dm. Wol at ford told wikI a relwl .. ' Hrsdley was en made IttKMHiiiK of the wr, who the Kdint the 1'nioii. ami how he epeeche at the miliciU'mi of ihr turned republic rolomi jwipleuf (lrMi'. county ith thi prowi'e thai they w.iulil elect him Cjui.ij Attcrcef, which they !d '" cowpllMire with their promts to hltr; but when he col the o - hi. look the hishead nnd ran for OorigrfM HEitit H n. M J- I)jrhm and waseobadley difaU.d thai h never Ml able until uow to mike mother Mcnlk of for the ke nf lb republican par Mr. Finley made bin He lol) ho uiMty Mlo in salons '" th r"r o( l)v trMM illini! the soldier r itten mid tod dy cood at exorbitant price, and how he hiuiolf (T. Hra.llty in dirrard county reroe for rue of poltaje mid then did not Ret it and nevr wcull. for Oen. Iluekner vonld bat him an bully tbit he would rite from Ibe Mlh to emie hHfifler and never bt beard of after thi election wutin tbebu-Le-- ; sold out to toe that M-. ere while he wa iddRe Iii to be tried in he drew (f the Fifteuntb diliic'; mid ho hM p7 for the time he (FmleTi wai hid ll.M from hi t when ct ilteptrnloei 'U KcvrCiKY'rt UiiiT. -- The jirestni dibi of Kentucky is $67 1 (W- 0- IT I 000 cf which mi I fWO.WO in JM5 wilt be due in lv I o(iitin.linc and unpaid f i,:7 1 up Tbrre due, and on acnp ad lands, which are it is oupped lhat they hare been lot or dwirujeJ As iir.t thi debt there in the '21 ftnktoi fund at the last report SIM) 400 shares of stock nf the Bitik cf in Lwlvill-- , olimted at 5W J'jO, and turn pike nock estimated al a fair valuation al jTIKiJtfM-?3- 7 f&OO.OOO, making a total of 21o2J in exceM of our whole det'H. If therein a Stale In any belter condition than Kentucky we d, not know which one I per it k lIerond me bearing only secind to cent, interest and er ceJil ii The democracy n ne in the United State entire ticket by an increis-c- d will elect their mj irity in Ausuat and the State, will march of prnjireM an Ko on io berk-ranFrankfort she bat dooe in day. cone b; pl ... c-- h, Island has uot materially interferred with drouth. Ihe sale of liquor, that drunkenness has Mise Haltie Vaiuhan, of Snelby ville, increased, and that there ha bsen bred a i rioiiing Mis Nellie Marr-- . Mesr'. H 'making Uwlessne and 'hypoency which F Pjtel, rl jgh Lijan and Matt Fills, all heome a new inlluence for demorilizi-tion- ." comaiercial men, psnt Sundar in Lar.ca tr. Mr. II. M. Ilirdett I expected home Yet Fount Fox and his fervid followers from Florida nrxt Filay. Hon. W. O. would bring about thi contemptible elate Bradley came home Siturlay, looking a of atliirs in Kentucky if they could. Hut Arisue li'ilejvied, tint still in the ring. II jr. K. they can not Louisville Time. At a picnic of the r F.x pjke here t) a Ox Till! iMiir.A-')d audience few "I'll tell you why medical etnics f.irbid oolored people held in thii place n Siturday. Judge Nick Sin lifer and Chara physician to advertie," said a young orator from New lie San lifer spent Sundar with week, eloce, a colored J. P.Sandi-fer- , Ma'sachu-ett- s a few days ago to .peeh in which he took the York ttale Mr. KJunnd ferrell and wife, of the writer, "it is becaue the old members thai Ihe nero race i mcreaink' Hutchin-Kin- , Krcuad Kirsi, are viiting his brothyounger of fi.ler than '.ha white nee Iloolini: at the er. Clell TerriH, Kp, afier an alxeuce of 1 of the prof' a are j aalom ihe member. Toe edict against aJverliing .hould adopt the "illy years. idea that the ne:roe lheinelr cilored folk, Little K.hit! had a bich'lar uncle, and emanate from the old men, who nre alnotion of that ready advertised and who do not want the he B'ed thi iMint ar.umnit to prof be hrd notiiel :t.'. whe- tie w.tnted tu Ik opposition winch would crowd thm badly wlnle the race wae oo the inonaie. 'Ha , very emphatic be teed acertnin monosylJa if young physicians could announce their the florins i' ni-mm marriM a b'e word i f four letters. Nit long ago crrlsio the ICincmnali Times-Sl- r wlilt" wouiin tf i.iL'r uiirrle' K hel wa rilliried with : l a seeeie pain n I' a t'HJCor the i8princ i' a ni,-ceH utidrr tier little apron, tnj re nil of too Two en lid ne, named A lam and Low Ioi.m. tbectl'pnnicia runner. i'.a free an indulgence in the toothouiecnoum-be- r had tu preich probition nermons for a leca nlijer murte a nist-- r the L'ocle Jack came homo nt sup When ntcsr. And if a nler marrie a China per time he wa informed of tbe giievou tureship in the gift of i certain congregl- loni: i iv,m 0 a nrjser. Low preaciel in the morning, titbit " rft.iirinL' plight of his little favorite and hastened to tion. Mr. taking for ,his text the word, "Adam, way from here. I know what IV talkinc her comfort. am! giving mi excellent aluui. Tney ar. all nlfra and the ni Well, IS atd, inv dear," he said, advarc-in- g where art thou?' a Vrwieini: " ' ''kiht faMer than sermon .Mr. Adam iook ur nu iex, 10 etf ' folk- to ihe sofa, "bow do you feel not? ' P.eiter. congregation and his ihe while "Preity d ii miserable, thank you, uncle the surprise cf ','the .Mum . noiiod tint Jck," ek-- replied with hh air of having rival, the pui.e, "Li, here am I." Froai Ar SjuU, of tirmt, a splendid impromphud ceaed Uiinir egt, id ipiiie the proper thing under the cir thi ue jireacietl such tu sermon that he eainul th lecturship. Urge. Fnally riujtai but i Kn.wrnK reHiitrkablv ie. - Cnicago Tribunu Hter atliiinliltf an anilihins Z Hie hll Dolly Madison never danced while misi Lie o' i, bet retons why Kentucky cuiIou wnuh to Mr S ule died, tress of ihe White House. Jemmy, her He cut should have a nw cousin, uiou is the grem husband, hid a garni leg.'.andjcouldn't trip t uiorteai extminaliop. hold a r for the Abolition of the muliiplio a'tonnhed .Sanely quidnuncs the tow! Ptwn a'"1 w'", 'omewhat Hj of election'. Outside of Ihe fact that the light fantastic tor. when fi.nr wi'l.deeloj)fd eprltu chlckena siy Mr. Cleveland, although she is a tho frequency f our elections entail a very popped lit nnd:besan"lt"ln8 nr.Mind the heavy cost upon tho Hia'e, they continually charming dancir and auJ.especiallT lovely iroub'e follow lj lesn Dolly's exam barnvard. H uppoea that nine keep the people in a state of excitement waltzer, will wlih iIk hen' oremifzition had opped th pie, because the president is too heivy to llmt could l3 avoided and the labors of rc- - of me etfu and llml Ihii naniril heal danw. Washington society people hate - Ihousm Is of (iit n who iihould he employed ht-- r ludy incubated the chicken cermon the tloor dancing ol in the ordinary vocuious of life are waied seen several presidents gracefully: J,ui Iorier,"iUB Kfniutky Kiant," i' in elfClioneering fjr some caudidatd for Ojee ection every four ve'ir would A i.auv of Stanford on Saturday discovnine Inchee.or, - he liimelt j .c feet 'Jl inches in be a bU"lug ti the Sl.i'e iu many repects, ered a nf i;ro in her .bedroom and lired at it, ix ululy expre-'e- d height A Tcry remarkable fad I ihat for when all the tlicers, State, county and tun him with a revolver. Oat of four oho'B email nlcipal, could be elected. Klizibethtown she struck the humantarget twice. If all the firt 11 year of hi li'e he wa much o tl ill lie wa often News. ihe fair sex were as brave as Jennie Iiow-mafor hit nite- -t Hi very remarkable and as proficient in marksmanship as a a jockey. The rtnrled body of a human being was commenced when he waa 17 year f uind on the farm of Martin ENards, near Mrs. B irkelt, there would be fewer brutee. growth stripe in the Porter wa large boned anil . of Windsor, HI , in a ditch lai week. The of the Turner and Patterson formality of a trial would al-s30'M ltflth. about "hen in body was that of a snort, tleshy person, and world. The in many cases bo obviated. -- Louisville nOO pound. i sup oed to be that of nn ancient mound Post. The Hit. Dr. 8. H Virgin, in a lth of builder. It is very hard and looks exactly An old deacou was asked the other day: .Inlr addre at Vet U.ielmiford, nml that like soapstone. Tho head is long and nar "First-rate- ," examined with row, the forehead high and prominent, "How do you like your pastor?" rcenllT. in Washington, he he replied, "except in one thine." microscopic scrutiny, the oriisioal draft of with high chef k bone, square chlu and a a small neck. The body was broken oil' at "What Is that?'' "It is this," continued the the Declaration of Independence anu noi of tbe knees, the lower limb being missing deacon, "'the Lord never made him to tell nee could be found of the denatures I length to the knees, is two feet, J j kes, and yet he insists on telling them. the men who put forth that immortal ir. lis total weight is about 1,0 pounds nevr like o laugh when I don't want to Inches and it strument. laugh, and yet I have to do It constantly, to 15 miles Is Gov. Knott yery properly refu-e- s An inclination cf one inch in just to save the pastor's feelings "Richmsend troops to l.jwau. mirticient to uWe motion lo water. An in ond Hsllgious Herald. Inches per mile in a clinaiion of three Georgia boasts of three stingy men. One utraleht. smooth chance', will Rite ft vel of them will not drink as much watr as while three ocity of three miles per hour, When Ilaby waa sick, w rto her CantorU, he wants unless It Is from another man's feet per mile would produce a torrcni. When alio wa, a Child, she cned for Caitoria, well; the second requires his family to wire Jamb Selliiinan, of Minhlcan, Is a mil When alio becme Mli, she clung to Caitorla, n "amall hand" to save Ink; and the third am! four TVbou sho had ChlMron, she gate thetn Cjtori. lionalre and director in nine banks stops his clock at uigbt In oder tosive the He is les thmi tile feet mi:" The railroad. wear and tear of the michiaery. 2" yiar ain with andwent tnMichiu-m-i Argonaut. hes 'tun $100 in hi picket. 1 Lancaster. Tno cinlract for er.idinu and macid-azin the extumoi ol Wiler elreet will le let Tuesday. Mr. HutiliM having declined to stand tir police judge, it iMvei tho race to 8 iui del H.icleuiHti and Waller K')ii, who will ruu the rscs for all It i worth. O W. iUltis has a youn pointer rt ig, which on Saturday found on the pike a pickaee conliininc a pair of stcckini:, anil hiiiusht it home lo hi uiatr. S ich a do.' deeerrr encouraKemnt Mr L C Drake, who owns the larye peach orchard near Cimp Koblnson, tulle me the dry weather ha nearly ruined hi They have utiered rery uiunh for rain in that vicinity I have it from rood authority that (i'rrrfe It Harlin.tbe wail agent on the K. C, i to lose his otti:ial bead and hit place tilled by a (.itrrard county democM. Who will be tbe lucky out? K. W M rt jw w,hts to inform the public that he cm bs found at It. K Mc Kibrtii.' dru 'lire, where he I prepared lo do all kinds of repairing, watch making, mendincjewelry, etc., in the manner and al the Iowet fiinre. It It. M. Iturdett i vtry ssn'tline as to the succtxs of hi 1'uridi town, Killarney. He ha sold a number of lit and building arc now oini( up. !! ha ample of potatoes grown on hi land which are fully up to thoe crown in Kentucky. Judge M. D. Hughe will uke charge of the Crb Orchard High School, foriairlr taught by Mrs. Trnnt, on the firt Monday in September nex This will out be a new role for the Judge, a, ht has taught school before and etrned the reputation of being a fjrt-cl- a teacher. Hi friemli here wih him ucce ami bepak the g l will anil pa'ron.ige of lb"- - c!t'zn of Crab Orchard for him. We have had plenty of rain. Utrrard ounty will raUe t of corn. Hogs are selling at 5 cent. There erj i 50 acres of tobacco in Omnia! cjuuiy. Hemp is not looking well. K titer i M!rci at 20 cents per K)iiud Uir formers are grumbling at Ibe low price of cattle. There is miney in heep, aad it's ossily made. The few who held and tboe who bought tobacco are now b oated bund holder. The melon crop h bsea injured ly the lach. bi Tnere wa but Utile business in the ijuarterlv curt .Monday morning, Ihe only contested ei4 being thatuf Hiram Well of Garrard emmty vc A. P. WIIon, of thi place, fur a bunch of contract. Frank J jhnori, oinpl iyd at Ur.ice & Lee's livrrv stable, got into eurl of a row Sindiy night with tV'illi Wright Mini Jameo Ouings, two Colored birber. The police court will invet);itu Ilia ' rue ion" to day. -- The catalogue f jr tuts HjyleCiiity Frtir fir the preaoul yaar prceot ihiumii' attraciioa and the exhibitions o( ti in iot h on .vricnltural and other proluot 'ill a larger scale lho ever lifjro. Pre.. dent W. J. Lvie, Hacretiry John M. lnjvr ami all of the director are v irkiug like bta7er to mike the. prgut uuuting m ire silccefill than any of lis iiedi'teor. hlitur Joeph Mjore, who went to Cumberland Fall under the ohaperotuge o til of CjI. Win. I'. 0 imt, h is reiuroed triKd, which has ben repnuti.il, repiper-oi- l and varnished during his abience. CjI. Ciiiti look good ctro of his youug caarge and he returos a he weut, nnpiited by the world. Mrs. H. K. Simtiel i friends in So3iaret. Mm Young, of daughter of Cl. fienro'.t II. Young, is visiting Mrs. W K. Argo. Judge F. T. Fox, of Louisville, prohi-ti- on c.uididite for.iguvernor, spjko at the court-houSiturJay evening. Iiw.wthe , vi-itLju-isvllle, se Ojr picture man ted at ilrodheiil. 5ince li nil has loft us and loca- The Lincoln To TBURSDAY & IMS Co. HM Stock Pair Oa & WHEAT WANTED ! our laul report this vicinity has ASSOCIATION,- FAIDAY, JULY 23 KY. 33. '57. some uood rain. liott, of Kirksville, was here last week in the inlerot of his school Dave Carter, of P.ound Stone, on a wger ate six dc.5n and eleven egg Iu one day a ehort time since. A mad dog wa seen j 1st oset ol town Saturday, hut escaped h fore a gun could I) j procured to shoot it. Mr. Ward, in his attempt to ride both republican and prohibition horse, will probibly be thrown into the slough of (lis piiid Ksv. Joe Monday lectured here Wed-- r eday and Thursday nights to small ati diene. His talk was no very well ro ceived by hH listeners. The critcisms afterward were net favorable to the speaker. Mr. John Melvin, the candidste on ihe prohibition ticket, though not the nominee of that party, (shame on them for failing to nominate him) is stirring things up in the mountain and will poll a good K Prtf W.N. Potts, the Manaucr of thaian(ord Bolter till C om nan v will nurehun Vtnt 1'irllnt wutilii,' to rell or ei' hanf'a wheat will call and tre hint at Inn Mill. 211 II hTANFOItl'ltOLLLP. MILL'S COMPANY. NEAP. STANFOBU, I am dally opening an eli(ant llnnnl .Spring and Summer Millinery, Including all OKFJCJDlia. 1'amiDKNT-.- -. Mad-Io- H. BAUOHMAN. Also Notions, such a. Handkerchiefs. Collars Miller Olvcns, W. J. ami i.uns, iiucrilog, Corset, Uu'tles, etc. Yo'i Lyle, Boyle; Crtt Davis, Doyle; Joe Hmbroe, willnndmoat the rooms lately vacated by Suil-l- r Wll laiu Koazley, (iarrarJ;.J. W. F. Parker, A Warreu, next door to tho Myor Home. ""?m Pulaikl; John W. Whip, Casey. KATE nVIHtKlt.t It. C. 1'.. lUrilf, John (J. Lynn, I. M. DuKToits 1VJT. AYKK. JAS ... OIVK IS, Ilruce, Kurrestiu llIJ, t. (i. Weath.rlord, Porter Notary Public UoMctoc. ftBdllrfe, Sum M. U-- The Latest Novelties of the Season. Thotnis Will Jatuea. 0. 11. McSi.s'sei, bc'y; J. II. Uailiiman, ' AYRES& GIVENS, 341 Treaiurer. CillKy ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fifth .Street, Mahshal T. U. Newlaad. Fikld Massif am Charlie Mcftobarti, John U. Kaleoian, John 8. Hays, Dink Parmer. LOUISVILLE, - - ICY. .) XjISO? OF E.EM:iTTayrS: CS. Rooms 3 and 5. fromie B irk FIRST IMY, THURSDAY, 1. Best Bull under 2 years olJ 2. Best Bull 2 years oldarnl over S. Bes t Cow under 2 years 4. Best Cow 2 years and over PEARSON & CLARK, 8 10.00 10.ii? 10.00 10 00 vote Wholesale Grocers 13 X5 W. C Webb, candidate for legislature, 1 c same old coiHtiiut. Ift.ie witde-- t dreiuie of the wilde-- t iro3lbitioii!et were reil.zid aod no whisky could Iu unuufaciurHl, sold or trari'j.or'.e--i inrougn the Sute, or brought into the State, would they then be . uif hV' H a y. Tneu reg'ilalious a. to ttbiccj, fjod and drer would be in with the same order, and b proecuii vigor that tae- "temperance" question now I illy JjiUe Fox is an p;oecit!ei. Pt-jainiab e, cu'irieou gentleuiin and it is a hi lot among tbe people pity he has he ha. m cit a conservative j lUrnal high ciancter, mikes this direct and of Inking comment on a trial of prohibition In a State where the conditions were favor- ThelljstoniW able "To sum up the year's work it appears that CHMti'.uibuil prohibition iu Khoile - rine-s!z- saw-bon- 1 c-- nt - i.ir. r. pinr" 1 m.i'-ne,a- ' hlaf-f-iri'ep-'- counties, JK6SKV CATTLE. spoko lo a goo I crowd at Brodhead Fri5. Beit Cow under 2 years, special premium by Owsley A CrIh', dealers In Dry day, He speaks here and at Fran S 10.00 doodi, Notions, Ac Cisco's Mill near Kirby's Store, Thursday, 10 00 C. Best Cow 2 years old and over 2Sth inst. The other candidates are not ?. Best Herd, 1 Bull and 3 Cows or Heifers meeting him to discu the issue. Special premium liy A. A.. Warren, dealer In Groceries, Fancy Water Eets, As we have made no mention of tbe J5.00, and 510 ad.Ud ly;the Association 15 00 closeoess of tne attuo'phore lately, allow Horses for Harness I'urposee: in to say that on las'. Tuesday a setting S. Best btalllon under 1 year old i 11.00 hen in the stable of Cipt. Jack Adams 'J. Bast SulPon or Ualdlu an 1 under -years ,.10. Hatched out four chickens with which ehe luft tie nest Four day later four other 10. Best btalllon 23 and under 3 years 10. and under 4 years ll. Beittitallion Click wera hacieJ 'roai eggs left in the 12, Best Stallion I years and over 10. nest, without any hon setting thereon. 13. Fancy -- addle Maro or Utldlng 13. 11. Best Walking Stallion, Maro or Ueld-ln- j, Fac Special Premium by J. E and J. Miss ISjuie Adams, of Million, h yi. It. Karris, Breeders of Fancy saddle iting her aust at this place. The Ixho man Horses 13. hero is out in a spring suit. Mr. F. H Horses for Saddle Purposes, btylo, Keppert, who has for the last year been a Form and Action comlJered: clerk in the first comptroller's office at 15. Hist Mare ortieldln; 2 and under 3 .$10. 10.' Washington, has been promoted to spe 1C. BsitMue or tteldlnj 3 and under I 17. Best Mare I years and over JilO. ducial pension examiner, and assigned to Trottln ; Kice on Track: ty at Cincinnati, where he goes on first of IS. 3 Minute clajs best 2 In 3 Mile Heat ..; tCO !;$ to the first, J.' J to the second. AugiW. Gilbert Cofley, tho man shot by the 19. Best Uickawar Mare or Gelding Special premium by A. T. Nunnelley, Ward brothers, near Wildie two weeks Liveryman 10. since, died Siturday morning, in great agTborough-bre- d Horses: ony. It is said he did not die from the 20. Best Stallion under 2 years JlO. 10. bullet wound, but from injuries received 21. Best Stallion 2 and oer 22. Best Mare under 2 years u. on the hick of the head and ppine from 2). Best Marc 2 and orer 10, kicks given by the Wards after the shot had 21. Special Premium by .. 11. Baughuiau, been fire 1 The rem lina were bjried Satdealer In thoroujh-bred- s and jack stock, suckling colt of either sex the get urday evening near Wildie. of any stallion, the Mison of 1S33, to Our friend Dyche, of the Echo, is mis Congrrgan 21. taiten when be says we were boasting about 25. Beat combined Mare or Uelding 13. of tlour shipped to this point 26. Best pair ol Horses or Mares regardless the quantity of sex, color or ownership 20 during the month of June. Had it been si. meant a a boast it would have been to 2T. Best Koidster Ucldlnir a quantity of that comshow how small SECOND DAY, JULY 29. modity was imported to our place. Our Jack Stock. farmers raise so much more grain than is 23. Best Jack under 2 years J 10 15 produced in Laurel, we suppose is the rea-s- 29. Be't Jaik, 2 yesirs and over 13 neighboring village is obliged to 30. Best Jennet under 2 years our 31. Best Jtnnot, 2 years and over lo handle eo much more of that chief ingre Mu'es. 32, Best Hore Mule under 2 years diem of the stall of life. S 1 10 The Adams and Laswells, Hying in the 3J. Beat Hone Mule 2 years aud over.. 10 eastern portion of the county, between 31. Best Mare Mule under 2 years 31. Best Mare Mule 2 yean aud over 10 whom there has existed a family feud for 30. Best Pair Mule, shown In Haruesi. sometime, met at Hrush Creek, a station on 37, Best Mare and Mule Colt either stx. 1 I the K. C. road, Saturday evening and open SS. Best Mare and Horse Colt cither sex. Horses for Saddle Purposes, ed tire upon each other, ens fastion oa 39. Beat Stallion or (ieldin; 2 years and each side of tbe creek. They kept up the under 3 ., io firing for some minute, exchanging prob. ID. Best Stallion, 3 years and undur l U ably fifty shots. No one was hurt, eo far 41. Best Stallion 4 years and over 10 11 as can be learned. It is expected that they 42. Best Saidla Mare any aje- 13. Best Saddle Stallion any aje H Will uieit again sooa aud bloodshed is likeModel Ring. ly to be had any day, as there are men on II. Best Stallion, Mire or Geldln?, Special eich side who have been under fire before, Premium by Hocksr A Bright, Healers In Oroeertes, Hardware, Ac SW and ivhenaroueI are no' slow to use fire Trotting Race. arms or other we tpons when the orosion 15. 2:10 1'.ass on tho track, best 2 to 3, mile aries l'p to this writing no arrests have beats. First JT5; second, f.'S ;i00 been made or writs issued. 45. Sptclal Premium by Thomas Robinson, 1 I . 1 ' frjm Hockcaitle and Liurel LEXINGTON, KY. "Went Mnln Hlreot. m 1-- 1 203-- 6 TAXES! TAXES Tm ! The New Revenue Law adds six per cent, lo unpild by the first day o( Septemler all anl I will hare to collect It. j pleas come forward and sctt'e T. Ti. XKJVLA A , S. L. C. Ja'EWOOIB XIOTEFj MT VERNON, KY. This old and n Hotel Is still main fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. 3j-C- tatnlngtts Mt. Vernon, K.y. UABTIN. J.N'O. M. FEEKIS. Bbodheau, Kv., May, IsST. AlbrUht A Mtrtln beg to lnlonu tbelr many friends and customer. ol be change In nrm ncme P.. 5j. to JIAltTiar A PJEKIIN. Tne new firm hop's not only to sustain tho reputation of the old, but intends to make many improvements in tbe manufacture ol tobacco which will bd to the Interest ol our customers. Wo will deTotespec al attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky', best leaf Thanking you for past favors and asking lor a ronttnuatlon of your trade, Ufsptctfully jour.. we remain, 5ni 31AUT1A VEIIKXXS. I)It.l.S.IIUItIETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD, KV. Has had anexperienreol over rt. teen yeirs, and baa aucceufully treated hundre.s f chscs Special attentlou Is giten to tie trea'm. u' ol all the eyes. Nauin and adJn'ii ol patlonta cured given uo appliiatlon If d JJO-G- MOTHER8 MAKES Is a Si lKg aj gaa -S td p-- nec-e-it- -- a- n Some of iho new bathiai; euita have age, tbe get ot his stallion fot tueseaion etockinet eleevei citecdiiiK from the of 1S33 25 17. Special Premium by Metcalf A Foster HhoiiIJer to the wriat, and liiyin? the wear(iroierles. Hardware, C'Jtlcry, Ac er the appearance of bavin;; her arms unFastest Gentlemen's Saddle Horse, dash covered. The neiv hathinc stocking?, arc half mile io imitation of KaHh tucdcU and have Harness Stock Continue 1. 5 10 cork Holes, or else end iu a rubber slipper. IS. Best Maro Colt under 1 year 49. l'est Maro, 1 year and under 2 10 They are heller for wading than for swim 60. Best Mate, 2 years aud under 3 10 ming, 51. Cest Mare, 3 years aud under 4 10 The United State owns abaut $73,000, 52. Best Mare, 4 yoars and over 10 000 worth of building and had not a cent 53. Special Premium bv J. K. A J. R. Suckling Colt, olther sex, tbe of itiuurancs on any of them. Moat cf get of Silver King the season of 1S&3 10 them are practically tire proof. Tbe gov- 51. Best Faucy Mare or Celdlug Iu Harness 15 ernment believca that it is strong enough to Swevpstake. ? 11. carry its own insurance. The Aston and 3. Best Harness Stallion any age 15 some of the other large real estate owners 50. Best Harness Mare any age New York act oa tbe same policy. in si Breeder of Trotters Bast Colt ot any Should bo used a few months before coaflccmcnt Send for book " To Moinm!," mailed free. BiunmLD IUauiiTon Co., Atlanta, Ga. ;L."&N. Louisville & NashvMe K, R. TUB (1RKAT TUROUGU THUSK LIN13 TO TUB I SOUTH & WEST -I- V1TH o Hay Fever Cure. -- Dr. Moorhead in a medical journal writes that he has obtained relief from hay fver, his annual persecutor for 30 years, by hypodermic injection of a grain of morphine of and cnsUO'liusdredih of a grain of atropin n'ght and morning, The relief wa com PEES: Pullman Palace Sleepers. IiOlliFlUJ At la ii In, (o NiinImDU. plete. I'd ward Kelnler, a farmer of Thomas-to- n, Mass,, has two daughters, fourteen and seventeen yeare old. They both have 12 fingers and - toes. The elder weiuh 247 pounds and tbe other 219 pound; the elder is 73 inches bust and 51 waist measure; the other is G9 and 40. 1- ? .50 Footmau 50 Hone aud Rider .50 Vehicle and Driver 25 Peisons 10 years old and under 15 Persona under 10 free 5 00 Omnibus per day 3.00 Omnibus or Hack XS'Secd for Catalogue, contaulng rules and regulations and other Information, .Ut'lliplllH, .Ui.iiluoiiK'rj, Mobile mul IJltlc ltoi'k, Orh-iiiiH- fii . Only one change to points In Arkansas and Texas. Seeking liomss on the line of this roal will recelva special vScj Agents of thi Company tor rates, routes Ac., or write P. AT. A., C. P. A,rM()RK. DR. W. B. -- PENNY, "Kontuolcy 8tiintord, ' DENTIST, ? EMIGRANTS rts Key. William X Cleveland, the brolhei with whom the President is now visiiin; at Foresiport, is a I'reibvterian preacher, who N Lnuts'lllf, Kt preaches at three dillsrent churches, tbem and preaching ihrte UiBie on Lancastor street, cext door to times every Sabb lib, iiis charge, are tlx riou Journal otike. Office hours from 3 toIhti li x. u, and I to 5 p. m, Auetlhetlca aJmlnlsterbd when milts apart. acctitary. lSt-ly- r. CUOEON DENTI8T, UTANFOBD, utscii-ojatn LiBB P.nUPPUAK. KY. I o iooi side Htli klie a .iljeri Hotsl; o Pure Mirnni Oxide Ui aiulnlitsr dwhiLi rf.ju t a. WINIM M nnniMinm s, nnwairitwiwKMiiMnfiiiiiwiWffwiMt The democratic State Convention in Ojio nominated Tuomas E Powell, Stanford, Ky I. nf David Hoflman wan hanged at NeI 1. Tint at the neit Koerl olcctlon far Repbraska City for wrecking a Missouri Pacific resentatives to the UeiHT.il Assembly, It shall ho the ilutr of tho seven! herltlt and other offlccrt passenger train. Lightning struck a load of hay near ol election to open a poll for niiit mske n return to W. P. WALTON. thol Secretary of State, for the tluia ilog, ol tho Brazil, Intl., killed the hjru und burned tunics of all citizens entitle! to vote for Representhe hay and wagon, tative Hhobave vuteJ at the silJ election for pilloff Staten Island was ing a convention lor tho purpose, of A small DEMOCRATIC TICKET. struck by lightning during a (quail Friday amending or changing the Constitution. 2 2. Thatauy shcrlffor other returning officer BOUVAK BUCK. F K (IotkisoR-SIMafternoon, and two men were killed. falling to perform theiluty Imposed by tint secSEK.otUart County. An unsubstantial rumor comes through tion of this act shall lo ititijsct to n tine ol ilx W. BKYAN, LlBDTKNANi aoVKKNon-JAM- Ed Loudon that Henry Stanley, the African hundred dollars (SSOO), to l recovered by Indict- of Kenton county, .. u In any court having V. W. HAIIDIN, ol GKNKItAL explorer, had met detth In a tragic manATTOBKCY thereof, an I shall, upon conviction of euch .Mercer county. ner on the Nilefailure, be removed Iroru othc by the court In UK WITT, of Hardin It is estimated that tbe coke Btrike which auch conviction Is bad county. which has lasted twelve weeks cost the men TBKiSUBEit-JAMES W. TATK, ol Woodford i 3. Tbat for the purpow of aieortnlnlng the vm vxumj ..t v. x MstjL. vunc im&mK. county. $90G.o00 in wages and the operators il, number ol cltltenj entlllnl to vote for RepresentaI.NSTaCCTIOK. tives within tblt Suto In tho year 1SS7, there SOrKRINTKSDK.NT OF Fl'DLlC 000 for all causes. shall bo furnlslieJ.a- - hereinafter provided, to tho JOSEPH DESHA PICKETT, of Fayette county. Lightning ignited 10,000 pound of iherll!) and other orheera of the AS H. In Register or the Lxhd Offick-THO- M powder at S'.reator, III., and the explosion IMS ls:, a registration book, In which the COMiETT.ofMcCrackeu county. MniintMit is I ho most wonderful tbe election shall record tho rames of all which followed demolished 45 houses, killLKOisLTlK-D- r. J. D. PETTUS, Lincoln till world has known. county. citizens entitle-for Representative to voto ed oue and wounded many other persons, within this St t. at the sild clectloi. Tne vTvyaU.wi.s&Axsimi It is reported that the Brotherhood ol the electUn sSillboenow officers of Less thisn a week is to elapse before the Telegraphers have otlered ?3 000,000 for and shall have said rcg titration the B, & 0. Telegraph system, designing to open for the rccird of said namw ltween tho voters of Kentucky will be called on to u. on Ihe stock company hours ol o'clock a u. and T o'clock control it by a choose uien fcrthe highest offices in tbeir tho of New Orleans, hn day of In August l'S", election at all the voting W. P. Frerret, th's Commonwealth. And It shall bo the Kifl. Tbat the republicans will cut the'r When United States Marshal Gross went been appointed supervising Architect ol place duty of all citizens of this Commonwealth who full vote toes without earing. They al- to Taylor count with his armed ps8e to the Treasury, in the place of a republican, are entitled to vote lor Representative, on the levy upon property for the railrcnl debt, he ways go to the polls and vote with singular who ought to have been discharged long day of the next feneral election in August, 1&S7, found the hotels closed against him and he logo before the sherlt) i ami other returning ago. unanimity. Unfortunately, those who call and they were not even allowed to occupy election In the voting precinct in Gambrinus Assembly of the Knights of which they aro severally entitled to vote, and themselves democrats are frequently luke- tie court house grounds. Falling back to k Libor, at Milwaukee, 1,000 strong, ha cause tbemtelvr to bo registered oa tho warm and negligent, and unpossessed of that the depot he used that for headquarters, withdrawn from tbe organizttion because as qualified voters of this Commonwealth, and the but tbe cU'zns demanded of the L. A X. names of any and all rtt'rsm living in disfeally to pirty which should character of Mr, PowderlyV eentiments on the tern trict known to said othcers to be entitled tho vote to for in company that he be ordered therefrom, perance question. every true mnn. In this county, for Representative, or uiaJe known to them by threatening to burn it if not heeded. The An express train ran into a freight evidence on that day. shall I rrglstored as not votstance, we regret to say, a number of thoe marshal did not lose bis temper, but pro- standing on a trestle near Stdieville, on tbe ing. Acd In the year 1SS7, no other officer shall be s who have heretofore affiliated with the authorize) toinako any list nr return cl the i ceded quietly with his work, levying on d Southern and strange to sav tbe voters ol this Coaiusonwealth, nor shall any are dif posed togocflon a einglo is- wait small amount of property he could Cincinnati only damage done was tbe demolition of return thercofexcept the registration twoks and sue that has no political bearing, being find. It h pretty hard on the citizens to the caboose. certificates provide for by this act In made, and all laws rruirln list or returns of such qualified purely one of morals, and throw tbeir votes have to pay',$4.j0,000, a third of the total A special from Great Barrington, Masvoters are hereby repealed, so far as the ycr 1S87 valuation of tbe county for a railroad they away by casting them for Judge Fox. Tne sachusetts, reports IS lives lot by the tlood. Is embraced therein. Tho total number of votes never got, but ther owe the debt and it is a way in Wil- so registered shall be tbe true number of Judge is h clever man, a smart man and poor.bustness to kick against tha mandates It is reported two dams gave cltlieos liamsburg Sunday cvenlnu. Particulars entitled to voto tor Representative wlttiln this psrbaps a fully compstent to fill the office of a Federal court and try to bully its offi State, lor the purpose ol ajrsrlalnlng whether a have not been received. aajorlty of all tie dtixn ! this Mute, enof governor as any of the candidates, but he cer. The latest news from tbe seat of war Eleven men were killed and tire seri- titled to vote for KsprtsenlaMve vote fjr tiling a is that the people are coming to their senses stands no earthly show of election and his ously hurt by being struck by the Chicago convention for tu purpose ol ip'lnt, amen aud treating the marshal iu his position de. or changing the Constitution express on the EMe KulroaJ, near Hoho candidacy cn only opsralo in favor of the serves. They, however, soy they will see . 1. Tbe said registration book shall be ai republicans by drawing votes entirely from the man who buys and takes their properly kus, N. J. Tney were all Italian! engaged prlately ruled and headrd, so that they may, pr.i. and in blasting rock for ballast. It Js hereby noacKd that the si me shall, be tbe poll the demociatic party. Not one republican awy. was exchange bxiks for recording tbe vote for an I against (the Miss Josie Holmes, who in a hundred will vote for him acd we ap-pIn c. rpeech to tbe psople of his old home clerk for the late Fidelity Bank, of Cincin- calling of the cocatitullonal convention, an I lr to democrats to be as wiee and as true at Fayetteville, X. Y , last week President nati, has been arreted charged with aiding ascertaining tbo number nt citizens entitled vote for Representative w.Ula iheSUte. It shall as they. Especially in Lincoln county is Cleveland insinuated tint he was mixed and abetting President Harper in hits illebe the duty of tbe said officers ol election to pr unl ti every voter the i I. yo-tiere no need of wasting voles on an issue up in the heinous c flenses that dis- gal conduct. Josie vss plsced in jail. turbed the quiet of the usually orderly yil-hWhile the Sheriff of Bell County was fur calling a constitutional convention or not ' II that so far as we are concerned has bjen de many years ago. In fact, he almost attempting to arrest the Turners, living on such voter shall answer In the arfirmalire, bis wtMiaviwwosiMmwwtjtBaMsUtissoM name shall b recorded as voting ctded. It can do no good. It will not help admitted that he raid convenwis the main in'tigitor Yellow Creek, Sundny, a tubt took place, tion; If such voter shall answer lor tbo In negative, the cause of prohibition, but it may give and abettor of the outrages. In other words, in which George Turner and a depuy his tame shall be rscorded as voting against said convention, and if such voter nuke no answer, tbat car- named George Thomae were killed. Lincoln cjuntr to the republicans byaplu he wa the caplain of the eq Mies Theresa Wall, of Sweetwater, his name sha.l te recorded or rogsfre--l as not rality. As a temperance man and as one ried of front gates, swapped signs and did other such acts as are peculiarly the pre- Tenn., being disappointed in love, wrote a voting on said question. An I It sh ill t.e the duty of the oarers boiling the election at each voting who, if bis vote could restore the whisky rogative of the small boy. Now let the re- check to cover her fuueral expenses and place In the State to certify the total nurntr ol traffic, would not think of casting it, we publican pipers yelp and howl in chorus at provide a monument to her memory and voters registered, and the nuralxir voting for callask our friends to pause and consider the the self confessed criminal. The battle-fla- then jumpedtn to a cistern to rise no more. ing a constitutional convention, and to make out a duplicate certificate showing sa'd facts. Tbe business has played out and thia is a question. The democratic party is tbe Oscar Harvey, tbe dishonest Treasury registration book shall be by them Immediately party of the people and to it must they look far more plausible cause for indignation. Department clerk, wiio raised horse ac sent, at the expense ol the Commonwealth, by Give it to him, ye brave lads, till tbe gall- counts, pleaded guilty on three couut when mall, to the Secretary of SUte. at Frankfort, Ken for the securement of any public good. Tbe ed jade winces and his withers are unarraigned Wednesday, and was sentenced to tucky, and the duplicate certificate attached to voice of the people is the voice of God acd strung. The country esjoys your silly prafor the election of tbe the officers, twelve years' imprisonment nt hard labor and return therewith as now directeditate law. l.y the democracy has never yet failed to heed ting?. in the penitentiary at Albany, N. Y. i J. Tbe Secretary of state In oOie at tin conit. In Kentucky it has enacted a lecal opThe body of an infaut wa found in a vening ct tbo Oeneral Assembly next alter the The republican papers are claiming with shall, Immediately upon tion law and any county or locality can evident satisfaction that while Grant, cistern on Senator Harris' place, in Madison, election in Aurust, so far decomposed that it could not be told IbeorginUitlonol same, transmit to each House a adopt it, if a mijority of the citizens vote to Hayes and Arthur together only vetoed one statement, prepared by hltu from the said regiswhether it was white or black It had tration and showing how many votes do bo. A democratic legislature passed the peneion bill, Cleveland ha) refused to sign the were at the said elect' on cast In favor of said conbeen placed tbero in a tin bucket, but by which Lincoln county was enabled one out of eyery eight passed by Congress. bill body were vention, and the total cumber tf voters registerThe veto of thieving pension bills is indeed top came off and portions of tbe ed, whether voting for or against or not at all. to enter the prohibition column and any a floating on the water-Regis- ter. feather in Mr. Cleveland's cap and much Thoreport shsll bound up by counties He aid or succor in that direction must come of the popular love for him is for tbe eneO-A-ISTshall retain the registration bk for the use of, To the Voters of Lincoln County. S examination and Inspection ot the next Oeneral from the same party. With or without mies he has made by his efforts to protect (To the Editor ot tbe Interior Jouraal.) Awuihly. Lincoln's vote the State democratic ticket tbe treasury from rapacious pension Craii Orchard, July 25 Will you do i ''.. It shall be tbe duty of the sgents and their camp following clientage. me the justice to publish in the next issue duty it is by law to compare and yothers vhoso ths votes will ba elected and a democratic legislature -to lor -- tate The way of the transgressor is bard and a denial of a letter read by Mr. Bobbin in returned officers,the make out irotti the certificatea will as assuredly convene in Frankfort next s with state election by him in Crab Orchard on a speech made winter. It is worse than nonsense, there- ought to be. Five years ago John Snea last Saturday. The purport of the letter aboro provided, and at th tibia they certify tbe killed a policeman at St. Louis and escapvotes for btatc crLctri, a certlucite by voting fore, to thiow your vote away, and especial ed to Pennsylyania. There he committed was that I had furniehed the meanest man places, ahowlngtbe total nHiuber .ft. us registerly is it foolixh to desert the old partv now a crime tbat gave him five years in the in the neighborhood two gallons of mean ed and the number voting for tailing n constitutional convention, and to tend tbe certificate to letLet every democrat who is wavering in his penitentiary. He was recognizid while whisky to housed in my election. The the secretary ol State, and If the registration book ter, he said was dropped at his hou'e by ho provided lor abovo shall, as to any voting place mind do so no lender, but go to the polls service his sentence and at it completion was taken to the scene of unknown man and was signed Betsy. In my be lost, destroyed or not returned, thmithe Secreearly Monday morning and vote the ticket the other day be his murder and sentenced to be hung on reply to his speech 1 denounced the cbarge tary ot State, In making the retort to tho Generthrough from Buckner to Pettus. Bial-le- y September 7tb. a willful and malicious falsehood and tbat al Assembly, shall use the Information In the as to any such district or precinct, and be Mr. Bobbin knew it, to all of which be will get so recruits in Lincoln, He use tho certificate that he The Old Hickory Club of Pnducih pre- made no response. I have no doubt that shall, moreover, tha registration to showeach votbaser ba not lor will hardly receive bb many votes as Mor- sented Gen. hickory cane Mr. Bobbin ha3 read this letter in every ing plate in each county tikuied In said certifiBuckner with row, but if democrats thoughtlessly play in Saturday, we suppo-- e for the purpose of speech he has made in my abnence and will cate. ; 7. It shall be the duty of the Secretary of to his hand by voting for Fox, he will car- wearing it out on Bradley for lying about continue, to read it notwithstanding my state, after adjournment ol this General Assem county. Don't desert the old ship him. any bly, to make out the form of a registration book ry the public denial of ever having furnisLed An now, but give our candidates an increased man ba brougnt suit for di- liquor to any person for electioneering pur acd certificates to be made and used as herein vorce against his wife because she wont cut poees, or ordered any one directly or indi provided, and toturnlsh the same to tbo I'ubllc majority. Pribter forthwith, and It shall be the duty of said her toe nails. There should be no trouble rectly to use any for me in my race. I ful I'ubllc P; Inter to make up and bind In the usual The great body of the people, includ about a decree in his favor. good cit'zens, that form one registration lnk,wlih a certificate therely believe, with many a large continent of the republicans, are Mr. Bobbin ia the originator ol the letter, on for each voting place In tbe State; also tbe duplimore than satitfied with tbe present demCommittee Meeting Called. low cate certificate and the county certificate, and thinking that by resorting to euch It means caution, ocratic administration. The members of the Democratic Commit- and ungentlemanly meihod of electioneer sen the same to the sevsral thelitis, wbo shall tee that they are delivered and used at tbe varistability and prosperity. And the greit tee for Lincoln county are earnestly reing that he can secure the prohibition yoie ous voting place as herelu required. body of the people, including a majority quested to meet at the Interior Journal ) f. Tbat any officer falllrg to do or perform I am fully Batisfied that I can beat Mr B ib of the republicans, are tired of thia ever office in Stanford on Wednesday evening, bit without tbe use of whi-k- y or money, or any of the acts or duties enjolnod upoi him by hating chatter about the bloody shirt, July 27th at 2 o'clock, on business of great by the means of anonymous letters written the third, fourth, fifth, t'xth and seventh sections ol this act, shall hs subject to a fine ol fire They are importance to tbe party. with all that the words imply. by Betsy or any any other fbtitioue person hundred dollars (JoOO), to bo recovered by Indictdisgusted with the Tuttle threats of vioE. Lynn, Chairman. J. I propose to make the race upon hightoned, ment of any grand Jury In any court having jurislence and the sickly palsies of Fairchild. gentlemanly principles and dj not intend diction thereof, and shall, upon conviction thereNOTES OF CURRENT EVEN1S of, removed from office by the court in which If, theretore, the administration takes its to imitate Mr. Bobbin in the use of libel saldcnuvlctlon Is had, Bylvanus Cobb, Jr., a noted story position definitely on tbe necessity of re ous letters in order to secure hie defeat. I U. That It shall ba tbe duty of the Secretary duclng taxttion, and the democratic party writer, ia dead at Boston, aged 64. BYMy reason for making this publication is of State to have this act advertise! In one weekly Thirty men have died in Kansas City backs it up b7 redeeming the pledges it to get over the newspaper In each couulyof this Commonwealth, that I have not the time wherein there is such paper has already made, the Waterloo of 1SSS in the last two months from drinkiog mean county and make tbe denial in person, and weeks, and in one of ths dally published, for four papers of City will be reserved for "our friends, tbe ene- whisky. right bjfure the voters ol of Lsultvillo tor thirty diys immediately the prccecd. So far this year tbo total production of desire to bs set my." - N Y. Herald. to know of Mr Ing the election, and In every county raid SecreI would Use pig iron in this country is naid to be 3,051,-G9- 9 the county. c bi jested at tbe The youth who runs the Monticello Sig Bobbitl which be considers tbe most cor- tary shall cans-t- o long tons, door a copy of this act, prlntel In hand-biform, nal ia wise beyond his year-- , and those who and debasing to minuficture a falsetor at least lour contecutlvj weeks lielore such John Walton, the lO.year-oleon of rupt him for a damphool will have to it and election. fictitious name have taken CE P. WATEBS JOHN Senator Walton, accidently shot and killed hood and sigu a DAVIB to revise their opiaion. He knows a good i ID. It shall be tbo duty ol tbo I'ubllc I'rlnterl circulate to the prejudice of his opponent, himself at Munfordsville ' letter the author of to print ten tbousand copies of this act upon u paper when he sees one and he knows a Lee Saellenberger, convicted at Ne- or circulate a libelous separate sheet of paper acd de!lvr to uood editor too and does not mind saying eo which he admitis publicly thnt he iIom cm Becretaryofat.it?, WI.U IUVII forward themsame the braska City of the murder of his little IHO to plainest terme. We appreciate his ex of tb0county clerks of tho varloua Mew betiiB wiU in the counties in tblt daughter, was taken from jiil by a mob and know.eaU circulation Wtnl&L In ansit. tin I.avmhb4 k.Al.l nlted opinion of the Intejhok Jouhnal ut.iQui.uiuimuiuuiuoiu jiruviue ai least two making tho public Daneve it true. hanged in the Court-yarcopies thereof for each otlng precinct; raid clerks J- - ! PETiua und would reproduce his flittering testimoKespectfuilf, The public debt of Mexico is $193,. uauuoiiver ine same to me menus or other uomora innial of esteem but for an innate modesty. acdng in Ihe place thereof; and it shall bo 000,000 and the bonds of that country are CHAPTER 12. you, bud, you have more discern Thank the duty ol such iberlfl or othcrollicer to post one worth 20 cents on the dollar, e, meat than we gave you credit for. cipr of said act at each voting plate and another the good pto wife at Shelby-villMarion Kellarbcat hia py at some other suitable public plate in said AX ACT for taking the seme of III., so badly that she died and her John 1. White ia making prohibition jle of this Commonucallh as to the necessity precinct four weeks prior to tbo election. Any speeches in Louisville, but his voice has laflt worda were that he was guilty of her and expediency of calling a Contention to officer faillpg to dlschalge the duties prescribed In this soatlon ol this act shall be flntd for each and not been raised for Billy O'Bradley during murder. He ia in jail, amewl the Constitution, and to provide for every failure twenty opln-iodollars, to bo recovered in the campaign. White has aa bad an Ike Weir and Johnny Havlin fought number oj citizens entitled to any court having ascertaining the Jurisdiction thereof. of the. Garrard county hosa as General a sixty-onround prize fight near Pawtuck-e- t, i 11. Thia act sbull take effset and be in forco Buckner has. xUeor Jlepresentatiu xcithin this State: Our 6tock is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven the cloiest from nad alter Its passage. K. I. Both men were terribly punished. Whkrius, Experience baa pointed out tbo T. J. Monarch, the gre.t distiller, died The fight was of close buyers. Come to s Be us early and often. Ari'roved January 18, 1838. of amending the Constitution and the txdeclared a draw. at his home in Owensboro, of psralyiii. - Jaly 2G, 1887 ON AUDITOH-FAYK- TTE Portage, for lieutenant governor. Powell has had the honor of running for several office?, such as attorney gener.il and bat he never held anythinj but tlu chirmanhhip of the Democratic SMte Com mittee. lie is said to ba a good man and a fair democrat as Ohio democrats go. The platform adopted endorses unqualifiedly the honest, patriotic and economio admie-tratiof President Cleveland and demand such judicious reduction of the present burdensome taritl as shutl result in prodiic ing a revenue sufficient only to meet the expenses of an economical administratioa of goyernment, the piyment of liberal pen sions to Union soldiers und siilors, and the piymcntofthe interest and principal of the public debf; and, if necessary, favors euch reduction of internal revenue, except on liqiors, as will prevent the arcumula lion of a surplus in the mtiinal treasury. It also denounce) any attempt to abolish the tax on liquori for the purpose of keeping i? the present unjust, unequal and onerous taritl system. con-greson Coil nil fell to 6'Jl cents a barrel at ptitlcncy of calling a ceortntlon lor tbat rurro; Pittsburg Saturday, the lowest figure since therefore, ol lit it rnnclut by the Gtttnl Ant'ibty if Ihe for governor, and D. C. Coleman, of 1SS4. Ktntutky '7.-R- i&5,:HTCB7.3HMKr I "iffj- i row-boa- t FOR PITCHER'S "Ea Juris-dutlo- 4?PN 42gP w ra n oor liiiiCuror - JULY 1ST, 1887 poll-boo- Your Accounts are due and ready -- dem-ocrnt- tall-tie- PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. c re-a- d Unpaid Accounts of 1880 not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. eil i -- qui-ei- n- - - i e, 5au & wimmmbm, jd .I1 g J poll-boo- k T. R. WALTON'S. 15-.- s, IF'IlRrTTIT J&.1? l. 9. to 1 .a bk SCYTHES & SNATHS T. R. WALTON'S. 0-ii- 1 BACON WANTED -- court-houill T. R. WALTON rw WATERS & DAVIS, e, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. MAIN STREET, n STANFORD. KY, e ) -- yi' rj Snui-Mecklnntrcorjon- h mmr w"""""" " - AllMtwaumMmmAUmnaKXxtMMWmMfxivmMit mniawwwiw rwwT,fcMHwir FnmitCAllforni tui c trued goods ftlT, R rtFLlOIOUS. tr illV.ttrt'.ut. Stanford, Ky July Dh. I,crru8'Xi)en n dirty irlok of h's 20, 1387 opponent In Another milium. U. O. WALiTOH. - UuulnoBB Mannor. r. AsoTllKil nice rain jee'erihy wlt'i llmi the btclihjue of the drouth broken mill i no ppecinltr of ctift I) .My indl-catio- in t.AN. l.tjitti 'train" ' " LOCAL I lift CARU. 88 1 1 Malt train nolng North fctoutu . running mid making it m work in wheat and corn. iik.lt aoutn 1 60 a. K Norn..... . Holar Ibr a joT H calculator oii standard titnr Imlur t is alioiit 2a mluutt-s 8i p. m. Maltliulr (.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. M. LqNDjn, A lelHgram ffjni J. A Craft K'i , rlatiH that Hon. Aber 0. Carutb mill ieik l Li ml on on Friday, -- Oil), at 1 o'clock. Llt'KNPK wa Kmntt-- Tralni leave Itowlipil at 5 and 7.20 a. Ileturuing, airtteat 6and 8:65 r. i. LOCAL MUTICCS. an ,nfnt in the eyuiof lo Mr Ahi E. Coon the Iiw, to marry n Mr. Cynthia Singleton, wiJow, put .'10. mixed piiinl are lo be TiiorfE p'ron who do n it piy their A. K. iVnnr'". to the F.ir by tlie tlrt day of the Auk jour grocer (or the Cincinnati Co.'i" crnckvre and cuke. exhibition will not be oniidered etock-lu- il W atciieh ami Jewelry ropairod ou "hor ler. J. H iliiitthtnkti, Tmiurer. aotitf ami wiirniuted by A. It. I'euny. TiicetoccholderH In the Building A'oci o( Jewelry, latmt A coMi'l.ETK A. ation, who hive not d me o, muat tyle. Kockibrd wntolirti a (specialty. It. IVnny. their init.ilton fee tu .Secretary Hright toThe firm of Penny A McAIInter h.uine morrow hi eNewliere in tni ii d!'olved, the accolinlM are ready (or fettlti rue. You maj went. Come at once and fettle. KBVB COM. The neiro, IJab Logan, who waa ehot by " Mr. Hurkett, when he entered her room PERSONAL. no doubt to rarieh her, naiyed an exauiin Mi-KateOwkv, dI 1'erryville, la at attion ytnterdty und held in $500. He i Mm I'rewili'n. getting well fal. Mim Kva IIiupi.ky i yUiiirw friend Faui. Viailor "iiinild remember thai in Metcer couuIt Mil. I,. C. Aicok.v Mid hi Imnilroroe they can gel comfjrtable quarter, good tad at Tilt lit rrnilf They will be pllred to lUy. Hi-Ki- I'hu liaptut Tiiooloyical Siminary baa rcntoil Iho St.nndiforil Hoel, J.ouieville, (or STOCKHOLDERS, ATTENTJ0N the accommodation of it :tident during tlio coming jear. Ttie Initiation leeol 23 cent on each iharn of will preach at the Elder Joeph the llulldtni; Association li now due auJ oust be Sun-(l- it City Cnrl-HtaJunction ciurc.i next pnld7 W laee lay, 27th. at 11 o'clock An 1 ut Stanford Christian sec , ir. m. AtKsimois Eatlona llailt church at night of nam day. Kiv. Jue Mundny, a traveling evange1 list, has been preaching during the week It VMv KTOCK FOK NAIiE at the Ihptiat church, lie has had large I wish lo t I'orty-firhharei of First Nataudience, and ha created quite a relation ional Uank stock ol alamort. If not soU irlrate-l- y will sell publicly Couaty Court Day, Wllliacjuburg Time. in loiiil circle. 217-. T. IWblt, Paul M Djnigun, a Turk, who his epent three ye.tra in the Bible College in Kentucky I7niverity, will deliver a lecture TwcJto shares cf the Farmers National Bank, on the Maimer and CiHtoms of the Turk", ol Ptnnlonl, will bo wl'l at public auction More in the Christian church Thursday night. Ui-- j c In HUnloril, August 1st, County Mr Djnuiin wi mow various Turkish Court day, do' wen tbe hours of 11 snu 12 o'clock '. n.AitnEMT, cutoiii', and wl'l ning oaie Turkirth eong 2IM1 Crab Ore bar J Tim lecture Hill bs yery interesting. ou WALSH, THE TAILOR, 2:52 Form 11 .ivcvrs:, nnifsiir XaOUISVlIaaHS, P. S.-FI- KY. NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. a lfiallVIMXOGK. FLQKE WASHING WHINE. (.'ourt-tious- 1 1 Notice Is hereby glien that fie urule rtlgntd hare lormcil a corporation und hare rccorilnl tbe articles thereof iu tbe cleik's office of tbe Lincoln County Court, pursuant t Chapter 50, Oen Statutes of Kentucky. I. The nntne of tho Corporation is th? "Cumberland Valley Land Company. " II. The general nature of tne business is to buy and sell lands In Harlan and Hell counties, Ky , STOCK AND CROf-IAHO. to mine coal and to manufacture lumlier. III. Iti principal place of business is -- 2") nice tock bogs. A T. Foil Sam: Kentucky. Nunnelley. JO, 000, IV. Tbe capital stock la fixed at with F F. Handidgesold to A. O. Cheuault, prlTlIrgo to begin on ! 50,000. Uicb sbare It 8100, gelding for to be paid in money. of Madison, bis fine V. The Corporation shall begin business on the (are and excellent attention at Hale' Well. 1300. wife wre here Sunday. lfcST, nnd continue 26 yean. A. L Spooniniore. tndly bif.sn at Santogs. 2Kb day ol July, Volant got A JlAlL.ol Somerset,! viit Miw VI. Tbe aiUirs of tho Corjorstlon are to bo conunknown ducted by a Iljard of wren Director!, from which idc Mr John M. Hail. The Jennie Iljlmnn Company will give Sittnday by itjyal Arh, an a I'ris dtnt, secretary and Treasurer arc to be MlH Jr'AWAZTMA IjOIIXN.of I.'llliH ville a pplcndiil drama each night this wek and horse. llUterton the latter got 12 for 1. Wilmore, tho fine slallion of John Wil eUcted. The incorporates ahall compose the id KJjiitnuu it Unit' Well Saturday at '2 o'clock will produce that line first board, anil the election thereafter to le held Miw Mrs Spammko, of Iebuion, i more, vi hied at 510 000, dieJ at Harrods-bur- g on tbe third Wednesday ol July annually. temperance play, "Ten Night in a last week. t herfallierV, Col.T. I. Hill. VII Tbe Corporation shall Incur no debt great-tha- n Itoui.'' Admi'xion to the matinee 15 and of Hi paid up stent:. Mr. Eanck'a firm j ut oppoate Mifi Maiiy Fox of CftrintUti ooiinly, j cents. VIII. The private property ol stockholders Bosque Doniti, in Woodford county, wold to i viitinK- - Mie Mftttie TiUble. Hch k Caitli: it tnjoyiiig a E. P Tiilboit at ?9J. Thereure 175 acres. sbt.ll b exoinpt I run cTrpjrile debti and llablll-tlMl Mkmie Ct'RTH, of LitiUvll'e, i poe roti easn. T le manager write u A potato train, cow iitiug of 12 cars tbt Rile-- ! ol Mr. A. W. Carpenter. IX. The Corporation shall pxsea all the yavt-c- rt that he hn he.en turning oil appllcantH (or loaded with 120 ton of new potatoes, preacriiie I m Chapter Sti, Uencr4l sluum of MmiKvte WiiiRBirT, of f.aonly rjom for more than a week, but reached Chicago the othir dar from Lis Ktntk'ky. Mm Will Wharrltt. hi bieo K'IBT. HOYl), (i. WKI.CII, oti.l Id room fur a liuutel inimSer of niu-gl- Angele, Cl. Jf A. Itlt'llARDMN, Ii" , Of WlllinUH JOHN HIINNKIT, VINCKNTIIOHKISI. gentlemen and ladies. There i a treinendom boom in Icbaceo (IKOHUK MiALIal'LIt, K. I WALTON, bare, I apendlnc a(ew wie! in I.itiUville Ul'-'- t K. C.Wahrkn K q., wont to Monti-t'lThe Teachtra' Institute cloful tt noon and what wis recently adru on the mar J. s. HOCKEIt. (abnloue prices. II in J ie Itteabirn ymlenliy with Fridar, owing to the Midden illne of Prof. ket now ocmaiands almost per hundred Mm T. M OojPKHKIHT, of Prsnk-li- o, W. C. Urinteail, & the conductor. Ihi UMlnl In Loiii7ille25 and $30 (aitor, Sqiire J S Mur- rwclu'.ion were ad.ip'Hl, li it a they were are cjuiijkiii finnan. laTidl'Utt STWIDIlIi, KKXTl CK. Very little bus- LANCAtrrr-- CofRT. phy a : .'i.rni'he 1 in till a lit.) hour ye'terday, the croad vas Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster. was done although ne Mla jRNWtK MrKiNNBY, o( the Went we it (orrl lo leave them out. good, drawn thither to hear Bradley speak. Ead, i pptctliitk," the week with Mix Aniiie tyiVMls I' I ard pump lurmlshnl Eveuy eiliieu o( Lincoln who can should About 10 cattle on the marktt but none at Isctory prices. 'pi tr 215McKinney. f W. H MtLLElt, &v, leaye (or New make it a piint to attend the Fair to lu sold publicly. A few horses were sold at held neir here next Tnurday and Friday from 5100 to J12o and mules at from $75 n o( the York hi the ! ! ! The c Hirers intend that it eball be lirst-c- la loSlOO. Land Company in every particular and the liberal There were at Ml. Slerlinj court day I will del.rer to regulsr customers in &tanl onl E W. I)awos and wife and W. M. anl vicinity everv morning at that they otlr injure'? lively 100 scrub cattle on the market. Two year-ol- d ( Jobiioon roumr. Mo , are Walling pre mium Bailor, competition. heifers sold from $12 50 lo Jl.r). Year One Cent J. S Uo'ley and Mr J. L. Diwon, lings $7 to JS 400 mountain sheep sold Cetliu Itubinaon Accounts due at the close of each month or Bradley crowd drummed up a court Tile 19 mules sold at an avwhen customer quits. Mil. I'EIICY W. Ho.lirsTEIt, cf KaCfta houae full ol people at Lancaster yesterday from 12.25 to 3 It E. llAMlOir. $110 which was the best a!e made. erage of C.ty. i lire to dicuied with full whis and their chief harangued them ad pJ ''e cll hi'm lu dud C 1. Tiioiu n L. h,i u( Ih'ie he wished lo act June a pall beireri at hi' funvMl, and added: E.iia-c- al "I die in I' fault ' tint prejudice without Ciuro!, I luve n.,1 ciirinti in ii .linAtion'. I hi'e nlwaje I a friuti'! aujong the Caliiolice and am indebted to them for many kindnesse May (bd lile all mankind. Amen " A free week wm!h a Notice of Incorporation ! S?MBiiBiiBKMH.i!ffi,V)wiiwtiSSP W ndcrJl savin Tbemslperlr ISI 0' li r anl easily cperated. Head ri.triiv.nl the lollowini; tiatimotra' 'i iltdiesofll sto vino an I t c il'v r nr usltu the This It to c rtlfy Waihm Ms; hin" and 'hlnk it tbe only Machlno re.i we ever saw that will do a, I It clslme. It ravis coining and labor and It well worth tbo pllce paid for it Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mu. U W Stag,'. Mr?. . V. Cowan, Mrs. Ham lllir, Mrs J. P. lllfle. Mrs. T. J. llobinson, Mrs. (Jeorge W Kltl-i- , Mrs. J. T. P.ojs, Mrs. O.C. Lyons, Mrs. . O Drye, Mrs. Mag Punn, Mrs.Joseph Collsy, Mrs J. K. naughma'i. Now Is your chanco tn secure tbe Ixst Machine of the age. We also bavo testimonials from the following Stanford La Ilea: MfsJatxea Sam Owens, T. H. Kate Hays, H. a. Myers, O. O. Wine and Mary Slraub. FI.OIIEXVE WASHING C1IIXE CO., B. P McALLIsTEIl, liujine Manager. Headquarters at Dr. Bourne's, Stanford. 1 'i' .l-- 1 ta l Doo-le- y, 1 .,! DR. S. G. HOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. HOCKER & BRIGHT, (MJCi'ESSUICSTO II. IIIOOIXS.) We will continue to han.Ua th? j istiv celebrated and most Dopular COOK STOVES and HANOES iu the Market. Full lino of HAKDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. Br 2-- tkimh e. Lanctr( vi-itl- rg e o hr G. A. BENEDICT CO., In FARMING IirPLEHENTSw-- will siill placa tho OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all othors, tvhare it justly deservos to bo Ask your neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market eqnal to the IMPERIAL Examine tho BRINLE? 'JOjIBINATIOK PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR ha? no equal. All we ask is to give it a caraful examination and trial and you will not have any other. ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. J 'XV. It. M'KIVKY. SiiU-mim- 'r -t H. C, -- JSLUPIiEir, TAH.OtC rwird nl still rccelvin? ht intmt Lin-cjl- ZGK IGjG ICK S2;iX;A.T I nave lit S-- ., 1'cr Pound. New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising tbe best In the market, which vt!' t ker that Kanrae City, and Minnie V.m H.ckle, of not doneeo up lo l o'clock. Danrillf, i c' a'tirnc tn I beautiful trio, Charlie Peacock who lately went into Mildred bare bien the i;'H"u of Mi-the drug business in Bryantaville, and Dr. Lewia and Funie Hill. (ew words yesterday Col. J W. Wfitiikiitohd, cnhierof T. C. Armstrong had a when the doctor diew his pistol and fired at tno lV(i.le'd Xalional Hank, Ivanla, Tezaa, Peacock, fortunately missing him. Peacock i btek to hiaoM alampint; ground on lui-t(or a gun, but the doctor made him and pUiHJre He liken hi new home went s If scarce end thus avoided a bullet. and ht hi bank i exceeding the ucct It" founder ci'culaled upon. Dxmockapj and republican. altk owe it to thenelvei to S'e that Ibbbit: is LOCAL MATTERS. Dr. Pettm cm be leliel on iu any 1'l.rAsncall and ettle your acoount we emergency. He will not upsi1! for a bil an ctel the nnney. Metcilf A lnter then vito aiin-- t it a Bobbitt did on several occt'ijn-- mi 1 hii promise ia as ('llLiKLl ill photographer, i aa goo I good aa tievbau man's lion J The indication, He r. cardmer an he ie a ihadow catcher. are that tho pssple reilin thii and intend raiaed mmalo (hi reaton that weighed 1) to snOT the demigogue awiy under this pvind. time A iiais (ell Friday, e.nd while not A tYKDK ate to be known aa the "Cumeaflicien', ha been o( stt benefit to berland Valley Lind Company," publishes The aiuit)pherehai a'3 bsn o( ite incorporation notice elsewhere in this isagreeable temperaturH. t. more sue The object is lo buy and sell lands in by tho United Bell nnd Harlan counties, mine coal and A orrrit coin ifuel It has options on Kiatea in 179 cf the value of hall a cent ii manufacture lumber S'ee Mjere' cabinet o( curioaltiea thousands of acres of Ian Js lying on or near amoni The old timer were getting thing down the L A N extension, which are rich in pretty fine when they ude change to half coal and timber anl north much more today than when tbe options ware secured. It a cent is understood that Judge Vincent Bsreiag Dr. CAiirr.STEn aayg he did not ay io is to be president and J. S. Hocker treasur hiatejtiraony that Jiia HiU exhonorated er of the company. He only aid the poe who hol him ii The P.st. Joe Munday, wile and chil that he did not blamet he eherifl and that he He did blame the dren arrived Saturday, and yeiterday Mr. waafooliih for running him. Munday was talking with the lawyers men who ahol about bringing suit against Hottl-Keep- er -- Mr. It C. Warron, with hi ErEAKlMi Moore at Willlamaburg for forcing him to UfUalcleTereeea and parly tial, baa accept leavn his establishment at the point of a ed an inviialion o( the County Committee shot- - gun at midnight one night last week. apeechea this week. He to make e7eral Munday siya Moore became offended at will puik at McKinney, Wednesday, 27th, 1 something he said in his sermon and dis and Tunnel City, Saturday, 30th, at liking him because be la a democrat, reo'clock at each plate. Lt everybody turn torted to measures for which he will yet out and bear him. force him to seriously resret. i. . i. Tun l'uiladelphia Clothing and MerThe Jennie Holuian Combination arrivTailoring Agency o( John II. Craig chant and ed on time and began a week's engagement A Co., representing John Wanamaker aln thin it Walton's Opera House Inst night, openJacob Iteed'a Sjnn, will place on ing in "Divorce." We went to press before month 1,000 pieces French, Engliah ond the performance and cannot, therefore, give American Btufii for menV fal nnd winter metropolitan a pcreonal opinion of ite merits, but no pull, and trouecrs of the latent troupe has ever corns better recommended. deeians. Each garment cut and made in Sentinel said of it last PnilRde'pii and guaranteed to fit or no This is what tbe week: "We rarely i( eyer saw a better sale, show in Ml. Sterling. Jennie Holmau is a SoMKTlMCngo theladiea of Hmtonvllle charming young carets nnd is supported gave a Pink Te nnd invited all the boja. by a talented company. The orchestra Now the Utter nre to reciprocate by giving makes much finer music than we ever a "Geographical Prtj" at Mr. J. M. heard at tbe Temple excepting the Men CoakV, which will be at once unique, en delrsbocs Quintette Club, They have met Meters. J. B. with (air success and i( Jennie will come joyable and in'tiuetive, 8. Prirce and June Ilocker were back this winter the house will not contain Cook, A. here a day or two ago arranging for the standing room (or the immense crowd that invitations and other printing and said they will greet her.' were determined to make it one of the Joseph Watson, brother of John W. grandeet events ever experienced in the Went End. Next Monday night, let, is the Watson, of this place, died at Crab Orchard Friday of consumption, aged 23, time fixed. 1 t hit friend btrely recotn n the It w reported that Theo. Curry was to olite liilU bay of a few yean ao nnnonnre himel( a candidate (or the LegisMisbs 1'Ai'U.SEASoOr.itTie IxnB,of lature on the prohibition ticzet, but be had iwwam. Sentinel. ski yes-itali- 1 an in Kirksvilk fair. Tne 1' h Annual Exhibition of tbe Kirki-vill- e Fair by far surpassed it predecessors, Lirge financially as will as otherwise. crowds alleudtd both days and the display An excellent of stock waa number one, wa spread each day and I am Hire dinner there was not a soul present who did not pirtake ol the good thing' that the ladies of KirksviLe and vicinity are so thorough in making and the gentlemen ly qiaiiS-versed in serviDg, all ol which was as free e ai the air we breathe. Ioimen-- e tibles we-prepared with comfortable seats around them and it was indeed a delight to sit arid see Madison c Jinny's fairest attending to the wants of the diner' and doubly so to The a participant the writer, who people actually ou1 do themelvea in get ting up thee dinners, which are both er pensive and much trouble. I stopped with tbe IWnd Boj, who had comfortable quarters at Mrs. John Fin-nel- l' and spent the night very pleasantly watching the merry youn people, who haa gathered to hear tbe music, con ve: sin;; erjoyirg the music that our band played at interyalH from S to 11, and lastly a little dancing which Mrs Finnell, after a little Kirksville coaxing consented to permit. is chuck lull of pretty girls and oue of the loveliest little towns of its sirs anywhere-Mrs- . Finnell haa the thanks of the Baud for kindlier and attention shown them and the boy felt like giving her at least "three cbeera," bul decided that it would be bet ter to thank her individually. Mr. C O. Cbrimin, President of the As Bociation, is a very genial old gentlemen and a most suitable man for the pisition, and with Sjcte'.ary Jamei B, Walker, and other officers, one is compelled to feel at ease. Mr. S. M. Prewitt, Kin? Master, put us under obligations f jr kindnesses. He h old min and tbe Lincoln a crowd fell in love with him. county Lincoln was tolerably well repreeentedi From the first but not so well as Biyle named, Mesira. F F Sin lifer, W. M. Dodd an I Joe F. Waters, all with good horse lock, took tlmir share of the blue ties. Mr. W. M. Kte, (rom Bjyle, had horseaby the dozins it seemed and tine Ho showed in nearly half the ones at that of tho rinand ws very rarely defeated, Oae of tho ladies from Stanford drove in the fancy turnout ring and would have tak en the blue tie bin fir the fct that there A Lancaster were two entries iu the riug horse No. 2, and cameout wear, lady drove ing tba "alick tie." Io justice to the Stan ford lady we will say that the turnout and not tho lady waa taken into consideration, d -- I MOTO ft AIII UA.WIIalsE, KY. E. H. FOX, Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako 8ocond to Nono m City or Gauntry tilie Me a Trial. JE H8 , Has removed to hlse'ewat nuw bulldlnj! opposite tbe post Ibceand Is b.'ttcr man ever prepared to accommodate the public with flRe pictures atlilactlon guar- from riiotographs to Ilfes it. WEAREN k MENEFEE, Stanford Female College. ALEX. S. PAXrOX, Next I'KLJS. Seion will lIn on Thursday, the 1st of September Instruction thorough, anl discipline Hud, but turn, (tradualca on lour ditiereut ouraes arrsng-e- d totultlhe tastpsaud cipsclt'os of girls. Oilers special attrar" Ions in tie IVnart neuls ol Art and 2?9.-t- f Mui. tend forcstal. is DANVILLE FAIR. AlTft. 2, , A tSs X. Is- - Vli J? "VVORKJW XI AXl VVj Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Koad Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, A M;ilentlitl Show of Stock Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Gtiarnntcetl. MunIc by Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve HIND. Tor Cata- - hides is larger and more complete thanf ever; be5. Sash-Blind- s, JBICII-IIORS'.- S Ioriicm apply to the .Secretary. W. J. IsYLE, Pre.s. J. M.MIiYEU, Kec'y. fore, from the cheapest to the best. e CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for. as little money. Come and see our line assortment weiore u is uroneii. J. B.GUlEEft. ArI.. WEAREN & MENEFEE. HnHtenvllIe, Ky. Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) and Toxa Pacific (Cincinnati New Orleans if i 50-cen- Shortest and Quickest Line to Now Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. HEAU DOWN. IKAINiJfcOUril. Pally Dally. Ei. Sun. HUAIs Ul. Thousands of dollars worth of chit kens die every jcar from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that fositivtly cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a bottle is enough for trial. A The wife of Ciptain Otto, of the KenIt is guarCentral, who was a Mlsa Batson, died one hundred chickens. tucky of anteed. If, after using at her father's in Millereburg. TheBigstafI tract of 111 acres, three a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly miles from Newport, and overlooking the satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Ohio River, has been selected for the site Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. of the new U. S. Barracks. two-third- .(). o. i IlU, sTATIONd. Diily. Daily. l,'ve...''iliclnnail ., 'rvj 6 42pm 10 25 am 6 40 am 7 S3 a in 4 03 p ml 9 00pm .. 3 47 p in 7 27am 4 10 a in ui'jrKcowu 10 50 a ml 7 05 pm. 11 33 pm ., 3 70 p in 7 00 a ml 3 48 a m I eilLgtoo 1125 am! 7 35 pin' 11 61 pm ., N'lctol&sfille i 51 p m fl 27 a m t 23 a m 11 47 am 8 02pniil2 21 am .. .HarroJslmrit Junctlou.. 2 Spiu t5 47am' 1221 am 5 43 p in 2 C6 p in f 5 32 a in 2 33 a m Dauvl.la 12 3.1 a m 8 69 p in 1 05 a in Junction Ciiv .... 1 35 i ui 5 20 a w, 2 iS a m 12 15 am 9 10 pm 1 15 a in,. Kincs Mountain .... 12 49 p tu 1 63 p m ,.aOL2tr(t., il 5a a m !'.'.'..'.'".""' 'i'lOa'm 2 45 pill, i 42 a m O III n m 5 mau, ' 5 65 a in ... fhKwle R25p W to.l. i io.3. I I TRAINS NOKTH. No. 4, M) J. No. S. No. 6. t Dally. Daily. Ex. bun Dally. Dally. 30 pifl 85 IU 8 00 a iu 10 00 pm S 10 pm I U S 8 45 am 8 50 p m 8 00pro Ill 00 am ....! 6 15 am, ..Cbatunooa ..Blrmlngaaiu Eu'aw,... 6 10 ...... McrMlan ..lUw Orltaoa 4 30 p iu 9 00 tn 7C0pm to a m 35 p m C 31 p m iu 4ua m 6 20 am 3 45a m 8 35pm "!lll5pa ,....! 8 00 a mi, ..... 6 .....Metidian 300 a m C55 p m S'.nOam .... . 85p,m; ....Jgbreveport ....Vkkstiuri;. T. P Junction 7 10 p ml 760 am s No. 10 No. a leaves Oakilale dally except BunJay, at 0 15 a. x Arriving at Chattanoi at 9.30. leave Chattanooga at 4.30 r, x., arriving at Oakdale at 7.15 r. M. Mann Boudoir Buflet Bleeping Cart on all through trains. H. COLLBIIAN, Qen'l Frt. A Tas.. Agt., JOHN C. OAULT, nen'l Manager, K. X. KYAN, Ant. Oen'l Fit. A. Paw. Agent. K. CAKKOI.U Oeu'l f upt., W. W. WELLS, (Superintendent, Somerset, Ky rjeneral OStes, Bt. Paul Building, Weat Fourth Si - Mi, CinclnDatl, OWo. 0 r ITEMIZED INDUSTRY. DOMESTIC DETAILS. 1 4 VARIED VERSE. Discretion. met n freckled village boy, Who loitered by tho way; lilt hat was on, his brickdust curls With balmy winds did play. Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured by administering Or. Haines' Golden Specific. out the knowledge ol tho person taking It i Is nlisolutely harmless and will eitecl a )criiia-ueand speedy cure, whether tho patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made men who have taken (lolden Hpecltlo lu their coffee without their knowledge, nnd beliee they quit drinking of their own free will IT NKVKIt PAIUS. Tho system once Impregnated with the Mpeclto: It becomos nn tittcrlmpnssitiillty for the liquor appetite to exist Kor full particulars, address (iOMlluN SPKCIKIC CO.. 185 Hnee St.. Cincinnati. O. nt tern-pern- te y To make n superior comont for use about Tun vnluo of silk annually importoil Into this country Is ostimntcd at lorty million tho house, thoroughly mix some rlco flour ond water and gently liutnor ovor tho lire. dollars. A xnv brick composed of Hint1, sand and Lot cool before using. Make a solution of ono part of witcr to coko Is Intended for use In partition walls, of four parts of scd.v to bo used on stool cutand is recommended as a lery, not In common uso, to prevent Its teat and sound. Dry nnd wrap In flannel. A locomotive has been built in Franco rusting. with a view to the attainment of n speed Stots of paint upon woolens may be miles au hour. Tho driv- easily roinovcd by applying n coating of of seventy-eigh- t ing whools nro olght nnd a quarter feet in mixed lime nnd soda which should remain on for twenty-fou- r hours, then washed oil diameter. A mechanic at work on a soldering ma- with warm water. Some people uso sal soda for tho purposo chine has invented an apparatus for tho saving of fragments of solder wasted in of demising tho hnlr, but it is injurious if tho manufacture of cans, and by this means used very often. Tho yelk of nu ogg well has enriched himself aud effected a sav rubbed into the roots nnd washet out with ing of llfteou dollars a day to each ma- with white soap and wntcr will invigirato an j cieinso tno hair. chine. Hi n Cakes licnt up one egg, two cups Tun growth of cotton Is fast gaining headway In tho Statu of Kansas. Speci- sour milk aud ono teaspoon soda dissolved mens having been sent South to eotti n ex- in boiling wator; enough ryo meal to form perts lor Inspection were declared ilr.t-clas- a batter. Mix tho milk, meal and egg, add Hake nt Cotton raising, it is thought, will tho sodn and beat thoroughly. becomo ono of tho leading Industries of once on hot griddle or In gem pans, In tho Statu. which case, bako half au hour in a hot It is estimated that tho industries of oven. England employ three million women nnd Ckeim RrKs Ono plntof warm water, one teaiup of sugar, ono teacup of rich f girls, l'ully the working-clas- s families nro thought to be supported by croam, ono coffee-cuof yeast. Hour to women and that nt wages so stiinll ns to make stiff batter. Let rise ovor night, give rise to the supi osltlon that they work down several times; when ready to "work for amusement.'' bake .l out nnd cut lnmnll round cakes, Tiikkh is being constructed on the Karl, put in gr as i pans; whon light, bake and tan Hay in Now Jersey, what Is expected sprinkle with sugar. to tw the largest brick manufactory in the Yvnktk Chicken Pib. Cut up two world. 1 he meihunicul appurtenance are voting chickens and boll until tender; line a pan with crust, putlu a layer of chicken, ef the inot approved Uind, ami petroleum gas is to bo usovl for hci.'in the buythen strips of dough and tho remainder of ers nnd in the kilns. Ttnj output from tho chicken; add nvo beaten eggs, n few this plant is expected to lj one million sliced potatoes, one small onion, poppor bricks ovary twenty-fou- r hours. and salt, pour in the gravy, with two A silk coloniz ltlon scheme has recently ounces cf butter. H iku slowly m moderbeon sot afoot at OJenton, Mil., bralaiy ate oven unt.l brown. uauiorman, a member "I I tie n man's A velvet or brussels carpet mnv be Bilk Culture Association of the I'mt.-cleansed and freshened by washing or States. One hundred ucres of lundti.w' scrubbing with clo.ir, hot wator nud u been secured for the puriKHO, to be div.d'-llanucl cloth nnd the application of n tietwoou the colonists, each of whom is to compos. tion of hard, whito castlle soap pay two hundred and nfly dollars for scrnpod line, n q i.irterof a pound of washand instruction. One object ing sod.i, and spirits of turpentlno suffif tho ontorprise is to furnish respectable cient to form the whole iuto the consistand lucrative employment to women nnd ency of dough After this application, chlldron. The projector of this siheme rub as dry as possible with the ltanuel claims that an article of silk equal to that wiungout. Cure should tw exercised that ef Lyons can bo produced in New Jersey. the water does not sonk through, and tho Tug manufacture of n ?lue of sup;rior cm net should not be used until perfectly strength and impervious to moisture is dry. effected as follows: Take of the best nnd Hemnint-- . of fish nre very palatable strongost glue onough to make a pint when gotten up in this manner: Pick line, meltoJ. Soak this until soft I'our off the taking out the bonos. Make a sauce of a water us in ordinary and add quart of n.ilk. a little th'vme, u few sprigs a little water if the gluj is likelv 10 be too ofpnivey a little onion; simmer together thick. 'When melted add three tablesiioon-ful- s till well tlitned. Hub up two ounces of of bollod linseed oil. Stir frequently Hour w th a lump of buttor as largo as a aud keep up the hoat till the oil disap- walnut; when the milk is sulliciititly pears, whici. i.: y tako the who'o day and seruoned tai;e out the thyme and parsley, perhaps more. If ecossnry, add water to anu stir in tn Hour; stir until It thickens, ninko up for that 'l by evaporation. and pour on tho yelks of two egtrs. Put When no moro oil is &..n a tablosp.iouful some of the auco in a pudding dUh, then ef whiting is added nnd thoroughly incor a layer ot flsii, aud so on until tho dish is porated with tho glue. ful, putt ng sauco ou top Cover with Tiieue Is n small but important Industry en ckcr crumbs, and a littlo grated cheese, which goes to prove how ordinary wastes if you like, and bako until brown. of business may bo turned to account. Veoetadle Soci'. Soak ovor night four This is n work of long standing, though ounces of dnod beans; in the morning not generally known. In overy photo- drain them, add n quart of cold wator, graph gallery thero Is annually a largo cook gently for two hours in a covered amount of waste silvered paper. This is satic 'p.m. (.hop enough culery and onions, all thrown into a box, and is bought or ex- cut stiinll, to till a h.ilf-p'imeasure. Boll changed for nitrate of silver Thj com- with the beans until all are pulpy enough paratively small amount collected in one to pnsspl through a sieve. Soak n gallery aggregates a great mass when nil tobiespoutiful of lino sago for nu hour in tho galleries are considered. This papar cold water, and add it to the strained 13 burned, nnd tho silver that Is extracted scup, returning it to the tire with some from tho rosiduo pays sufficiently at least chopped parsley and thyme, jThis Is the for n good living. Iho time wa, not very time to put in the salt and pepper that are romote, too, when tho coal tar from gas required for seasoning; stir well and cook houses wns a nuisanco In every harbor, well for twenty minutes longer. If you Now every bit of tho tar is utilized, and put tne a.itt in with tho beans any carrier somo of tho finest dyos ever kuown are it will hnrden them. uada from It s. one-halr-d glue-mnkin1 it It can bcgitriiln acupof coirconr tea with- WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER, " - AT - - " Oh whither bound, bareheaded boy, Beneath this blazing sky!" " I'm going home but huTe to wait Until my hair Is dry I" II or As playmate, friend and lo or. I Jtnd worshipped at her shrine, ond now I stool u witness of her pledge and marriage row. Others had loved her, too: not I Alone had found her fair; but she Could love nnd wed but one and so you see Tho hoard tlw dulnty lips Wo longed to press with solemn voice, Pronounco the name of him who was her sweet- heart's choice. I klsstd the bride; a happy man And proud: tho proudest In that room, I ween, ami that with reason. Was I not tho groom! IVnlillne. I kissed the bride; while other men Uncertain stood as If in doubt Whether my net to imitate or go ntthout. WALL PAPER, M'ROBEKTS&STAGG'S . rils P i 0YACp:?iTj Wall Paper, JHM -- IV. An Orphan Horn. I am a lone, unfathered chick. Of artificial hateblnfr; A pilgrim in n deert wild. By hnppler mothered chicks reviled, rrom all relational)! exiled, To do my oun lone lmtehlng. my birth One raw unit i,uty morning. And now the sounds of buniyard mirth To lonely me hae little worth; I am alone In all the earth An without horning. orf-bo- Furniture, Oases, Caskets, Robes, SJ- -. Pair Science smiled upon Seek A 1 ray moth"r' ti' S. ' I ould End Ci-J- hearties-l'rot.uto- r; With steuniplpc arteries tatert&laed And iUso1l's lotion bnttiog ltaed A patent Incubator. It woarws mi to think, you eo Death wtrnid be bettttr. rather Should children e'er be born tu mo, By fate's most pit less decree My little ones, alas, would be With never a grandfather. And when to earth Ibid uJtesi, To seek a greater. I will not do us other do. Who go to join the nncentrnl crew, Tor I will just be fathered to My Incubator. !iotnrtJ. ItHnUtt. in RrooUf tfrjU. In 1'ly Time. In the tnornlnjf gray aud early, When a uiun fetds mighty urly. Cotuut the fly, A thinx bruM hided, man destined. hi Full.'and Complete Stock of the above aud prices as low as tho lowest. B. St. W3SAK33IVr, Stanford. -- Absolutely Pure. Thlit powlpr n'Trr rsrtes a niartrl "f purity, itrength nnd wIuleonu iwi. M. le economleai than the ordinary litil and ran not Iw sold romitlton with tho mu'tltudeof low trat .ihon weight alum or iihiuphste si.liri. Soldonly la can i. i.oyal ihkino rowpia If, 106 Wall Street, New York- 3NT3I5'7V! FURNITURE STORE 7ICACK IirFPMAS, Proprietor. LOl'ISSCIILnSGl., lIt3.' Ne PricM. K A 1B1I K E2 , i:UIIMJM, KKNTll'Kl Pretty tly ' Photographs in &11 styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink Cravon and Water Colors. Jeiu i l i Aim! It wukei him from his sleeping With Its Inncernt With Its rmzsttis and its nlppln. With Its bitlint und It sktppliur, Proeut bin morning iiapinng. Wear j luui out with con. tu tit flapping; Pooc the tly! I i ii i . M ry (Ml-ly- !o . Livery, Trainiiiir. -- AND- Feed, , Pretty fly! Drat the tly! Temper. It ain't tor arumbie. Nor it ain't no uso to fret; A man won't lis o no linger By a Ktttln' oil upset It's the mini of even temper That is allers sure to win. IlvtMi no use SALE STABLE ! Mill iiUuiH liuv on liutul Iirs: nud hcIpcI Hum of I'uriil- Having ronUd tb mtle on I'i't am .mm1m. My prlrcn will lu iw Imr u niicIi preparisl to train and trW Inrvi on r. swnaMe (lire nud I'lult'rtukor'H term,. CouBty Court Jsy trade ml Id run ln huuiclit In cIIIcm. mo ii irltil joii.x n.r.i ui'K rr.n. izooiImIn; coimIiiooiI Unit Iii M'U loiter (ino tlio Iomi'mI. tinil 3011 tliuu frtaotonj. Ky ttlll I it-- 1 An' thu man Uits a ticken' it has been Tho man that talked tho loudest Just before the Ught Ixvun. An often when a feller ThallMflttin taken la. Thnt hog that's uilsrs wusalln' Gtt the smulleit share of slop, An' the man that's allers growlta' Nerer rale half a crop, tint's alters ktckln' WILLIS HOUSE. Jtli.N M , I.RIIMOMI KT J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor.' vKora good Tal-.And clean ar.d well f.irniatie-- t riMi.n, tbi Houl amp rjujn a; t(b-- l. bai no iiipTlor, 2t)l-l- y MUtei r.' W) !iy A I'tiTiHiii. 1. jOjt PEJKFItfY, & puic lfA PHARMACIST, Drugs, Books, Stationery and (c 4 IN FOREIGN PARTS. IN HUSBANDRY. Tun salary of n malJ of honor la Queen Victoria's housohold is 1,M a year, aud twelvo weeks covers the tlmo of her actual servicj. At a recent s'lle in Paris a beautifully decorated dish some twenty inches in diameter of old Houen ware, brought tho almost fabulous price of $1,520. Tin: mother fisheries of the Hid Sea nro said to lurnish remunerative employment to nonrly three thousand men, through whose services an average annual income of $145,00 ) la realized. The coinmaudor-ln-chie- f of Horabay, the Duko of Coannught, is In reelpt of n yearly alloweuco by ParliutiMut of il1Xi,ij), uddel to which is KW.OUU, his silaryand emoluments of cfllce, which nltogethor makes rather a comfortable income. Tub s.srles of fresco paintings originally intended for the House of Lords has beeu purchased of tin artist by nn American with the intention, it is suil, of malting thuni the nucleus of au art scliool in the United States, It compr.sos among its subjects illustrations nt sjinu of the most striking situations in th H.blo. Tub Princess Wal lem ir. the daughter-in-laof the Q.ieen of Imruark is, according to report, tho source of considerable uneasiness to her Majesty, owing to her love of field sports. One instance showing the peculiarity of tho Pnncjss' disposition was her ullowir.g her arm to be tnttoood in lnJla ink in honor of the departure of lior husband upon a sea voyage. z, recently anTiir lands of Akhi'-T.- nexed by Hussla, are covere k In Darts with asparagus, which, though growing p;r- tectly wild, attains a size unknown in the market gardens of Kurope. The stalks are sat I to be nonrly as thL'k as a man's nrm, and they grow to the height of l!vo and six fsot. A singlo ono of them is quite enough, it is stated, to supply ten Hussian soldiers with un oxcollont vegetanuu uual. Wonderful I Thellavorof this asparagus Is described ns equal to tlut of tin best kinds. Tin: political consf rvat. sm of England is shown In tho retention of oil manorial privileges and feudal rights which hnvo beon swept nwny in cveiy other country In Kurope, urd which would not bo in this country for twenty tour hours. It uppeurs thnt huudreds of years ago various lords were given tho right to lovy tolls upon goods sold in markot, on condis tion that they furnish to tho traders. This obligation has long censed to exist but tho tolls still consince tinue, nnd thero aro numerous instances whero tho right of holding market is subject to tho payment of tolls to somo loigbborlng nobleman. .v obtaining tho vast and rich domain of Burmah, tho English Government has come Into possession, among other natural treasures, of Immense forests of teak, which, novor very plentiful In India, was becoming commercially quite rare, anl consequently of Increased cost for Industrial purposes. Of all the woods grown In tho East this has been pronounced as. In somo respects, the most valuable. This superiority consists in Its being neither too heavy nor too harJ;itdoes not warp nor split under exposure, no matter how prolonged to hoat ordampueis; Itcontalns nn assoiitml o 1 which possosos the rare property of preventing the wood from rotting under wot conditions, and, at the same time, nets n a preservative to iron, and repels Insocts; it is, In addition, . handsome wood, of sovor.il vnnotles of u.or und gralo, apd takes a good polls a, tole-iratmen-a!.irmd Tije ground for sweet potatoes should be manured heavily with mold from tho woods, barn-yarmatter and wood ashes. Immerse tho slips in a mixture of clay, cowyard matter nnd wator, spread out the fibrous roots and Arm tho soil about the d When, for the nonce, wo lay uIOe our cure To list the music of tho blithe bceV hum. And breath tho fragrance of tho country With curious mind the horn's nest explore. And Und fnr more than we hud bargatro-for. Come, forest shade and breath of scented pines, Hefuirc from garish glare of noontlinu's sun. Where rest Is ourj until the dn declines, And starry bcaoons beam forth one by one. If, mid the joyous dream our fancy twines. No cuterp liars amble down our spines. Come, beauteous lake, wherein our forms wo lave. Finding n balm delightful to esu-- .eni. Plunging and sporting in tby limpid wave Is, to the weary, pleusnnt recompense; The ringing laujh and then the piercing screeches, Alas! wo And we are but bait for leeches. Bring In thy train of joyousnee. the turn Of all that figures in anticipation; uome with ma treasury itli which tlici, irt rich, Moqultoes, tiles, snakes, skim-milml ' Ith." k Vncntlon. Come, sweot Vacation, restful season, cornel air; TAILSOV HOUNE, r. LONDON, KY. Fancy Articles. eft ' l fc B.RILEY, Proprlotor. Kefnr-nUlicil lirsl'l, um ui).t sf:ii of food. for sheep because Uiey do not refuse many kinds of food that are rejected by other animals; but to get sheep in prime condition they should receive careful feeding, which doo notdopunl so much upon the quantity as upon the quality ot tho food allowei. The following is said by a reliablo farmer to be an excellent piun for the pre g by the crows. A vention or day vv two nfter the corn has Loen plantel scatter over tho Held n few qtinrts of shelled corn of a poor grade. If the crtws are kept fnirly supplied with fool :n this manner tho corn plant is very likely to escape them. A method of exterminating tho giouiid-ho- g has boon practiced for some t'me by an Eastern farmer, lie procures I eer bottles. Alls them with jwwder nud iniK.iting them into the holes, lonvlns a fuo r rejecting; then nf tor packing the earth nVmly down at the mouth of nil the holes lie ttres the fuso and the concuas.on kills the auimuls in their burrows. When- the beets nro up enough to sso tho rows, start a one horsa cultivator between them. Cultivate once, and thon go over t'lepi once with tho hoe, cutting out nil wed missed by tho cultivator, and with a stroke of the hoo thin out the plants to ton inchos in the row. Culti vate with the horse nbout onco a week for three or four times, nnd by that tlmo the plants will have nearly covered the ground. Hkkk is au Ingenious substituto for tho shot-.nin tho warding oiT of crows; Lrivo two long forked stakes into tho ground about ten feet apart leaving them about e ght feet high. Across tho forks lay ti pole, from wnich suspond horizontally, a with barrol the heads out. Several of thoso in a corn Held will arouse the suspicion of the most vontureso.ne crow if ho has not tasted the corn plant. The working day of a good farmer is from early morning until tho chores aro done at night. Ho who conflnes his farm work to factory hours will make a failuro of farming as a business. Tho kind of help needed cu the farm Is tho man of Intelligence who does what ho is told as ho Is told and as soon ns ho is told without complaint or wasting timo In advancing his own opinion ; a man who has suHlclcn' knowledge of his business to do n piece of work as it should be, and when It Is accomplished sot himself about auothor job If tho owner is away at tho time. Tiieue are many who turn their stock on pasture too early in tho season. They think by this means to save hay and grain, and do not cousldor how littlo nourishment there Is in tho grass whon it first starts, and fail to realize in n loss of tho flesh put on during tho previous mouths. Not only is th-ra luck of tho required nourish-ni, but the fresh grass causos scouring an I unsequent loss of weight Much tho hotter plan is too wait utitil tho grass has made a good start, and then turn the stock out for an hour or two ouch day, giving nearly a full ration of dry feed at tho sumo t.tne, whu h will prevent scouring. In this way the stock will become nccustomed to jho gras, and later au wull ou mat, iuon coru-puliiun Sheep as a rule nro not given a varioty The dry "pickings" are resorved I'nrv nnil roiisdiudilc iirUi-s- . liny mill iiIkIiI liilnitnrc met by polite I'orlrrfc of Itilw The Lurenat S;cci ."OT.r.ru. pnpiilur IloiiHt. . . Tlioroil(lily Ki'imt Hint mid lliroiiglionl. I'lrnt-clas- JEWELEK, t f Wrr,:ct,'. Triw .. .' I tilt lU! viu NcwAiSAMT ill tw 'a io.ijm '..vr.tt l ti NVsl Iih 'bltinarart I f I'-- l,ok.' ; .r. t Chicago Pt i A NEW FAST MAIL Com, then, Vacation, precious season, comet Yield thou to life thy sweet rccuiu-atton- ; Lor is villi: IU ly, "t ( a cisviss ati i'H traip ir, BhwHttlteete?;0 pwfprw is H$J W n , -- iOf HKPsVw MiiiJin.nin i.jI.i..., ii " "" ' ' ' r" ' n " ' '" ' " Jori' l ' . " 11 .t ' Tie Besl Waterproof Coal, " ii.r.J' M", THE Ever 1ST RAPID .SERVICE IhMton Ilwlyft. 'I he 1'iirmer, Once on a tlr.ie he used to plough And rise at luu n to milk the cough And drive with merry song nnd laugh To pasture Urludle and her euugli. "two. n 'tie nr.-a- t r nmeri lal tliefJtiliHi rei ai.d ( htclt)o, irJ br 1? a tralr i.a'j-- t an 1 inn- time the .. laaleat ...It... IIn .. W...r. t.r 111 ttl.l -- - Jiuf .11 II ". 'I Ulr.1Hllllli . " . "llll Mil fi-- e c .ute'part of tblt trj 1 AuAXurtlnrvrtt i.tmlt-vi- l on all trunk Hoes i dei.oxiaate.1 JC.rirenM. TlieaiisTll'Hlnat k we tin-nlo- y attemitil ' .at' vmu-aKSiT- J B WA rh-u- vifrWffPVHlri aJalT Vt7ifVJHl llf R j IvHn pjtw tf Jf t Km MYERS HOTEL, V 7n expert Kors i: Hlsslstlppl Valley DY DAYLIGHT .,h C:. Then for the pigs he'd All the trough And for thu market he would be ough; Sometimes tils mare would bruise her hough Against a fence- - ost or a rough. And there he'd switch her 1th a bough To touch her hotter anyhoujh; lie planted wheat to make the dough Which, in a drought, was hard to grough. w you will Und our time tuble, aO'l tli Veti. ay Jo-noi- l, If Kt .'(Dion Rol Mlt W to yon war.ttMTe mouey and harea pleaunt luut-Le- y. O. MiCOKMICK. Ii. ficncr&l l'aen:er Agent. Cmcao. nd llhcei City 1 kltet Aiti-nlt!i Are., Iulviile Kr. B. A. llLfKNKK, I. 51. Toiiwir, IW Vii.e tt., Cincinnati. (J ivv itron, I'ttl hniteil Comfort. CJA tall Coupon IKkei Odieei lu the frouth RTAHPOItB. ; h. HLMsNhiii.'.. propr . ,Tflll, the CANONS ot NEW RIVER and scroti th ULCGHANIES and the DLUE RIDGE, pitting WHITE SULPHUR SPHINGS and other Summer Htiorti ol the Alleghany Mountains In Virginia, Tm Old ;mcl Woll - Snowzi roto! Still Miutjima it llizh J.oputHtioa. AND il' -- flSIEST SUMMER lie CLIMA7S 117 AMERICA. Obttriallon Cars Iron Kaninha Falls a 1 1 z "r ttl ! to CharlottesRreaklast to Supper) Itom April 1st to Decern TRAINS it Shall A In w'nter, whon his work was through, little sporting he would dwh; He'd wander with his gun and though Aud aim at ciows he couhln'1 knough. GREAT HORSE PAIR ot"iHLyr.vT! SEVENTH ANNUAL CNLY SOLID ith PULLMAN CARS Lwlwlllo, Claclnsat!,' asd Lsslsgtca, t: Hotel l? the 8tate in ite CoantrT Pare. Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of thoir Onoiti romnerrlarrrafolfre. bo rfecond to no Sometimes he'd hunt along the dough Kor lilrds that do not Mu thero nough. And shoot n sea gun or a dough Which ho with Joy would proudly stou$h. Prom swampland, watered by a lnugb. Ho'd malic good pusture for his stoush By laying here nud thero a sough Whilo perspiration wet his brough. Sometimes a enake thnt shed Its slough Would scare him so ho'd run and plough Till stuck knee-deewithin a slough He'd yell until ho raised a rough. p lo EXQIBTION ! .lnj MADISON COUNTY FAIll 51, H.J.l.'tII'.;i. Connects In tamo depot In Washington lor PPlUd ntth the ?h""fM of l.lqnori aa.l Ttr lit,," ASSOCIATION, -- TO UK iKENTIGKY GEIT1IL B. I. IIKLD AT UICIIMOXI), TUKSDAY, AUBUST BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW Olrect route to YORK. I uillusUriU4H Homo." Shortest and Qalokest Routo from Oen tral KVoiP Nortt, Last, West Southwest. Fait Line Between -E- XCURSION Reclal tralna to and from Parti, Cyntblana, TICKETS IN SEASON.- Wlncli eater, lexinitun, nanrllle, otaniord. I an. Ik the production of crudo petroleum cuter, LlTlogaton and all point reached liy the Through tickets and bawaje cheekiyl tho United States cortnluly leads tho k. c it. n. to any No. I reaehe.1 by ralfroad. Hally in irracr jl'nkS. '87. Troit'acelelirated Hani mill lurnlih the Muilc. world. As compared with tlio pi odtiLMoii Hull. Kx. Sun. All Ladle Free on the First Day. 0U "V"'""' Kent of the comriny o7 of other countries thu native oil Is reg cd-o- J. V. HKUNDON, T. T. COVINGTON, H K. B. MOUSE, D, A.FEEI PV Secretary; Immoasurably superior, and tho pr ca Aulitant becretary 7 a i .n I 0 it in In Lre Ioull 211. en.l'a. A jeut, K. Ii. TEItUIt.1., I'reiUent. xV Vt.leBt is so low as to debar from competition tho 11 M a in i II '1 Arr 1exto.itnii foreign product, oven in Its own murkot I'i ou n't ii in a in " White ruliili r ai tin lvsr. These facts are given inn London paper, mil " CharloitiTliWV M .Inner !i 10 p IK II 10 a m (ttUfve, L'oflnirton.Ky. R I') p in M p m " lllchuinnd It Is further stated Unit tho dally produc- WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, " Newiort 10 I1! p lu 0 35 p m tion of tho United Stut'n is in excess of tho II to pn, 7 I0 p in " Old I'olui foiuf..rt world's demand und litis been for so no ' Norfolk 8TANFOIID. KY. " j' Ul o to p iii 9 .: p in years. In addition to this thero Is Htni"it " Waahlniftou y'urli,th,u,(Mm,1fJ '1 '2S p III II 'J'i pin I'altlim.iH ubovo grouud !M,3W,0O.i barrels or 1. ! WALTON BROS. - - Propnoto' b. 11 I'blla llttt 3 no n i 00 a III aW;I TO llATS.I an gallons, tho amount of uninnrko.cd n jo a iii n 20 a ii. " New Vorlc CAUMatflQty,,. O .V',I"I? evy , anlln ''" "I1m. stores. lt it UiKittaiAtuUciUn. urdootj-tytFor Tiikeu, lUtei Infurmatliiri, etc, Hpjily at The nunibor of tin cans nnnuaUy re- Hli.'0( Allt A lgVritiClieaiulCi). itax, 21 xVj. UUbt couiHiotf Mt o! dcu Ticket ottlieor addren, K. W. FVI.LKK, quired for tho piesui'vatlon of vogotab'.os, IluJun, ,V, Y. L Cincinnati .sfiMH W.4' hlHIIMU, cry. Srttlui caiMOlty, inclu Jin ttflttj, Unn'l t'a.'r Xf 2d Vie- - I'Mildeut. usn, iuiiK, etc., in tne united St i.oi mir t i;4d uttrattloa:. Eolltijr Drunlsti. , no Loulir'He, Uy. lUihwcnJ, Va. U SHAi w ly iiJ. r.. ! " Wfi&. -Pl.t 1.VIU, -- But nough work makes tho farmer couth, And. careless hough much people scougii, He lives on boarders rough and tough Whough vough thclgh dough not eat enough. Oil CUy lUn U'y. And continue Four Days. TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES Upon the Track eaib Day, LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, And all points In VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. j LKTI.VCITO.V Jk CI.OIsaAT1 n llntlon d "" w- 11 -- & 1 m ty ilt, l,i, i " ' 1 J.