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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887072901 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. tmt VOL. XVI. ml & 111 Of-- KENTUCKT, Mi litefin1 4- - STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1887. TO NO. 250. KINK STOCK FOB li, HALE ! 1HE0EMQCRATS CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY, k Mr Jamei II. Brown, of Ltncaster, lo Hot aain and no news, I wlih to sell Kirlr-flv- e of FiriUj W- you. Immediately after the adjournment will xpeak here next Haturd.tr. Every domocrat in the 17th Senatorial lonal Bank ttwic ol If not soli prira'e-l- y Mills N- - Potts, the Manager of tha StanlorJ Holler Company, will purchase Wheit. Parties will sell iiuUlcly Couaty Court Day. of the convention, we orgimz'd, and ufter Died, on the 21 b of tnis month, inf.dt district sho ild rote for A Y. Culton for VnbMnhviX Tuentlau anil fViitfitM wisbltuj tosellor exchange wheat will call anil SI7-T. llVHll, seolilruat the Mill. t -- AT full consultation with the candidate', the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Matt Holman. tLe Senate bT AX FORI) KOLIXR MILLi COMPANY. faithful and able Chnlrman uf the fotmer A eood rain fell here la-- t Monday, Miss Lizzie Fsris is reported seriously tJQ & which greally revived suliering vegetation. ill of typhoid fever. committee and otiier leading Democrat Uncle Pe'.er Felton is wllll, STIFOKD, KI..NTCCKY. from diderent pirls of the S ate, a plan of The voters here are eanguinely confi- sick again. understoollt wecre.111 tl.UJJW ted and demanded. campaign wa njrejd upon, which hai been dent that Dr: J. D I'ettus will win tho legEJiuirO A. Denhaai, JiidgeSiuipson, Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. I am dally opening an elegant lln of prlni and Hummer Millinery. Including all carried out. islative race by a very large majority. and other prominent Williamsburgers were l'elli Drt'le 1 to oi Jer an J ihiuii fJrralsheJ The Latest Novelties Animated by a duire to have the full Tne intereit and attendance at the in town during the wek W. P. WALTON of the Season. 2H-- t f at lactorv rtce. vole pulled, erery e:l.rt lias ben mhde lo Christian Sunday school is much increa Mr and Mrs W B Catching have reAlso Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars arouse the party, compose local trouh'es, ed since the appearance of iIih new organ. turned from a visit to Neptoi, Kentucky, and rati, Ituctilng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yo-- i .errcr from Brjlher Elsom will ttoil moat the rooms lately Tacated by Bnil-le- y Tne Crab Orchard Siring Band, now atcompitiiel bv Mrs. Catching's sister, stcire the attention nail awaken the Intur-estA Warren, next door lo tbo Myer House. To tho Editor f the Inlrlf JuurnalJ organu.-lio- c. thoroughly organoid aud under the, leider-shipo- f Mrs. J A Siwrers, of that place the pople and p.rfect MCATE liVliDEUA IU Mr. R. I will Jelivr lo regular cuIoiuts In ttanl'jrJ '"frn -- Here we r Richmond, Va., Jh j 21 an I Tn lnlty tuornltij at adMr. D C I'ayne, is prigri-ssinOur niicre'i has erreeded our M, Jacks m an parly, consisting of his kjiiiiiI in KicMujimI. the grand olil Wlf. k BtJ. J . o. OIVB J, uf Mid mirably. It is composed of eight or unit wife, sister and uisier io law, and Mr C One t'cjut Notary Public. capital of nor mtiTrtitte, Viririnis The genilemen nouiln.i'el fir the ri members and is bsing taught by a member M. Bandall havereturnel from r. camping kitui, rile pf-Arcoimtljo at t'io c.use ui each month or Tlure re i a whta cuitouier 'i n'l. I'J ou oflice ;;e indeel wirlhr of the conu' of the Springe baud, We will expect a ser tour up the Cumberland, p! in Slans'l. Mr Klimr, to whom tl I It 11 1) If. dence rf34id in theni clean, abl and enadatoon. Tne II ir. Ashcr G Ciruth. Congress I like to wrii tb iaW ',4iieral, but t) lo srrnmrstfter,"" Miss Kami a Smith, of Somerset, is the man from the metropolitan district, and one ooupelf-n- . T.ie tate may felicitate her-el- f turn at vaoatiois it that htr executire atliiri will be under guest of Miaes Ida ami Maud I'ettus, Mrs. of the ablest young men in the country, is - Z.OTJI.SVXI,T13:, the JCV. to r.sah of pin nn tl ) wf In," in 3 and ) niwly I u toe ciliioion the c n'rol of s ich men, and we owe it lo S Sawyers, and Mr. ami Mrs. Catching, of billed for a speech hers Friday in th-Uomle Uloflc of nil MuleVly an.! them to increase our usual majority The Lindon, are visiting Mr. Sam Hardin's terest of gojJ Col. Sope, DANVILLE, ICY. papular paper of vonr has been p it tn trial at the bar of family Mrs. James Francis and sons, Mr. Judge Finley and other great men have PEARSON & CLARK, Under n bin n "J". Monday, H h, the parly HairtLiSTe-l'.hiioleiaot .law bjllJtu with irii public opinion, and our tnatngemtuit of the T J. Francis and wife, of Birmingham, been prevailed upon br republicans to con Irnin unrel oil frm S'.nforl fi eanJ Is better than PTer prepir-e- J Statu for lb past 'J2 years has been abusive Alabama, and Mr. Will Francis, of Richtoai'OUimo-latthe public with Hub pi lures duct a "grand rally" for them on the same u'linbie (cr.be, hi "batter h Ml" an J an ea from l'hulojraphi to life sUs. bJtlilartlin gu.ir. ly chillfnceJ. The issue has been frank mond, are visiting at D. Pettus'. day. Tnere is pretty apt to be some lively tend. Vtnericaii, known to Hi emetic ly and boidiy met, without shrinking or Mr. M f) Hughes, who is to teach the skirmishing, in which the rid are sure to StanforJ bija ami cir'--' i ' Hawthorne." apology, and to the intelligence and eene High School next session, will, we feel sure, be downed as usual IJi &. 1.1 AVHt IVCnln benediction and Me-- ' We were breathins of right of the people has txeti submitted do Ins part in opening a goo J school here. Rjpubtican delegations from every inga on a kind, lovlnz church and people the record of those rears, and ou thai record Lit our citizjns thoroughly arouse them- county in this Sinatorlal district, saving ALEX. S. PAXTON, PItES. for Tolin m four or five weeks rest, tuite ! ! selves on the eubjict of education and lend Bell, were in secret conclave here Monday us and we demand an ac'iittal that shall b overntiuibei came to the tnaio with a Xext Sesiioa will whelming and that hall forever settle that their aid in this grand caue ai fir as lies considering the advisability of pulling Paul "uood-bje- " was Mid one of ibe "'nalt ol i The Xew P.eicnue Law adds six per cent, to 1st nice ".vor" in our ismt, an ar'iittal as overwhelming ts the in their power. In behalf of our citzina, off and substituting a better man. Several theeirtb'Mepx'itwl first day of (September , all Taxes unpaid by the ground we bespeak for Mr Hughes a hearty, cor of our statesmen made delermineJ efj.rls to slander of our opponent havr anJ I will h.iTe to collect It. so pleasdccme hind in lh way of a present Hro. Barne less land sett'e and the refutation of their clurges dial welcome. get an endorsement for (be position laboring Icatructlon thorough, and discipline kind, Ijt j T. Ii. XEWLAXD, s. I.. C. firm. Graduates on lour dltlirent courses arrant- U rluhl when be -- a? ' I'mm the Lord" for omplete. fhe honor of the pirty ami of el to lult tho tajt-- s and capacities of girls O Jen Next Mmday is the election, when it zsalrudy all day, notwithstanding early in n like the OjrileptrtOM Mich pejpW fpeclal lona lu the ueuartuents of Art and the Slate commands every deuiKrat, at any wil be decide 1 who will be our uext legis- the morning Paul gave them emphatic- Mutn. attrar for catalogue 'JJj.-tf tend description in Acts of Paul's leate of hi all good people go promptly to ally to understand that he had come to two aacntice, to put the c.mdemnition of his lator Kpbesian people M Milr'ais, with sutlrsge upin thes calumnies anl once MT. VERNON, KY. and vote for the right man, Dr J stay and would r in the race through. This luht corrections: lit, I "i'i 1'iul; 2 J, we m demonstrate that in K'ntucHy a cam the polls man Paul has proven a miserable investD. Pettus. The people could not make a ti n were not taking a mp. This old and Hotel is still main-- ( paignfooniel upm filsfhiol i' as profit- better choice, lor the doctor is a thorough ment for Ibe rep lblicans, many of the best ulntn? its fine reputation. Charges reasonable At Jtinclnn C.tv I rap-- d l'ie hand of less as it lr unlitcourtu. Special attention to the trarellng public. gentleman and welt qualified to til! the leg- men in the pirty refusing to support him Ur. J M.IlailwiiM incre delight He Tin. is . 31. V, XEIt'CnJill, Pro'r, A-tie tirst general Stnt election in islative chair, being conscientious and up on account of his loose morals, or rather l"1 orsan been over lo S Mt. Vernon, Ky. ratial electhe year preceding the Pt-ii- lf right in all bis dealings with his fellow his lack of morals. Squire Barton R. Biker, "uf rns unlr mt new bin R S. M1STI.V. JNO. M. PKRUI.VJ. world and now on tion After exclusion for 25 rears from men and exercising a calm and impartial an accommodating republican, believing ev .lock in the A N pi end Id Show ol' Stock idently that his time had comt, mounted HaouiiiUD, Kr., May, IsST. be cm, voice in the Executive Department of the judgment in all mailers. o ail the i; Itmijirmt he ArrijtbtA Martin bej to lntoria their many United Ktiti, the people have entrusted the prohibition hobby and hopes to ride in- GmiruntctMl. SInslc Iiy friends and customers ol ibe change in firm name together with rer othera of h: Kindlr A young to the Senate A Sll'DV i.v Pi'.scrUATio.v. to this enoriuuiis power to us and tip in us im But A. Y. Culton, of Knox, ' friendly greetname Hro. J. F. Barrett Cala-Iorh- c The re- man wrote thus lo the object of his affec- the democratic candidate, eeems to have HOKWS JIA1IT1X aV VVAIKISS. ai.l he posed this solemn re pjnibility ing wa also pleuaoi to m. H versal of policie. which have been in tion: "I love ynu not for your fortune it the thiog in a sling acd will certainly be to Tno new firm bopf a not only to sustain the rephid an hour' talk for on. bai I wtJe a utation of tbeold, but intends to make many im-- ; force for a ijuarler of a century, cannot be is a consideration that rould never influence elected if democrats do their duty, which remark that I ha 1 heard of people provements intbe manufacture ol tobacco which W. LYLE, molet in choosing a wife." Being unfamiliar will ba to the Interest ol our customers. We will Juniu Ju accomplished in so brief a period, nor can me the rules of punctuation, he awkward- we cannot think they will tail to do. dylni br ao derotespec'al attention to our Xatural Leaf brands with lulled the policies whic.i will secure njuality to ol Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for put Brother Tnplett Doing Well in the South. and August and the vounc win ly inserted a full stop after the words "I farors and asking lor a continuation ol your trado, To the Editor ol the Intorlor Jouraal beautifully down" and even promise i to everr section and give impartial prosperity Itesrxctfully yours, we remain, to all industries b made parmanent in one love you not," and the young lady, in her 3IAUTA. dL VEIIKIXS. 6 Ujjiontown, Ala., July 20. Thinking prei:h for mou ."uaJar, if pjasibte, d.ir outraged feeling, entered log inr absence. Thence wa rolled on thro' term. The prosperity of the country de- grief, dispair and that some of my friendsin Lincoln county a convent, while her lover, alter wailing io mand the continuance of democratic rule I mean thatoiuntrv might desire to know how I like the South the world' piraii.e a reply to his letter, became the CHICKEN DK.I.S.UUUDE1T, and how I am succeeding in my Master's What a bridge that Huh We can give added hope and great happi- vain for to l.ixlnittor nods-powagon. This is a What a ness io our friendsin our istr States by a driver of a work, I bave concluded to write you a very Wnat enrj it pani' Uridyl-- ' of the period, as it were, an! shows, glorirus victory. A divirou rout of our ! brief letter for your excellent paper, eileni reminder uf ium'' inenuiiT it BRODHEAD, KY. how necessry education in genI am delighted with the people, climate depjt at Lexington while ecrata adversaries in Kentucky will be one more my dears, At the I ran up proof that the people have determined to eral and the study of punctuation in par H.u had an experience ol orer tHttea years, and and country. We have an intelligent, genbliog aroun 1 to fiaJ a htdv pot. has successfully treaud hundreis of caws tipe- destroy the republican party, whose day of ticular is to the happiness of mankind. I clal attention Isglien to erous and hospitable people. Within 50 on a man who said, "Kicuse m, sir, are the treatment of all dli- usefulness) has long since expired, and Chicago Tribune. the eye. Xameand addreu ol patients milts of our town we hare two universities you not a preterm" Twm refreshing to iJO-Oi .red glren on application if desired. G oflen hare I whose continue I existence is a perpetual hear that mm T tnat-- so Billv O'Bradler is a fraud. In 1SG0 he 3 colleges and female seminaries, all good good giverntueot and constitubeen taken for dr laimer', hardware men, menace to wanted to open bis veins and release any schools and well patron:zid. Our land is the remark of tional liberty. etc. thit iaiurance drop of Abolition blood (lowing therein. He very similar in kind and quality to the In the uame of the National Democratic ltclric ttlot. 1 themin had a of bis brother democrats blue grass of Kentucky, having been origiparty we brg every Kentucky Democrat to denounced those of Stanford, Cotton, corn titil him of the g?odly fovored the admission of negro testi nally a canebrake country. rote, to permit nothing to prevent the dis- who from wbich I nuie, and then he tild me mony in the courts as heretics, but behold, and oats are the principal crops. Cotton is he had charge of this high civic duty. my n.niB and ouie kind thin; right of euf the main crop although an abundance of & We entreat our comrades not to thow when the negro received the R. heard away at C)Tln,;loii, Ky , abiul me Mr. Bradley wanted to be county corn is raised to meet all demand for it tllK tlBKAI their votes away, every vote cast for Judge frage and Mr llri'toe W hl name and my church. a This is a fine country for an active young Fox or the ticket nominated at Langrange attorney of Garrard, he experienced and wratiall nai oan forget hH klndne-- f 11 change of heart and became a rniupint re farmer who has only a email capital. Land I need is a vole wtsted n far as pracl'csl result is Of the brely publican. Billy O'Bradley has lost money, can be purchased at from $10 to $30 now, IO THI concerned, b it every vole taken from Huck nit write. sVe tojpd it the Aihland ner will be claimed as and reputation because he is not an which could not have been purchased for of dollars worth of evidence that our prestige I lnlling 'round, less than from $50 to $o0 per acre before HoiiKeand greaiif en )Te Coupolitician. from Choldiminishing or as a personal rsllec-tio- n honest, upright, earnest the war It is true the land has in uioet chickens die every year specially tliroujh ta betutif.jt cemetery party is rier Journal. era. It is more fatal to chickens than upon our superb leader. We can conWITH cases been badly farmed, having been rent on the lofty lo ellent admiration w fidently mstire you that the orgau-zatiothe ed by negroes, who do all the farming near all other diseases combined. Hut the A little Matteawan cirl attends of monuiuantof Henry Clay, wbich arnbi. discovery of a remedy that tionly trie to kiM the kie' in perpeiua the party n vigorous and etleclin; Irom Methodist church and is not familiar with ly and hence ii has deteriorated in quality, cures it has been made, and to be con- every sietion comes the same report; every- the forms of service in the other churches, But it still produces well and can be readiLoiilHVilie tinfneiiiuie and faou of in iliit'tnaiH where is inced of its efficacy only requires a ills', to there resolute and even enthilsias Not loiw ago she wh. present at a wedding ly improved. Every energetic yonng man dead. No aspiring jojng man cm taud bottle is enough for trial A fta'iuplilti, tic determination to achieve such a victory in the Episcopal church and was very has come here and gone to terming who by that tall nhafl mid nal hae omeof iLe It is guarone hundred chickens. apas will render future contests unnecessary, Woen she returned home she has accumulated money. The winters are anteed. If, after using Ma.MilKunierj, s inspiration of the tin : of lacreared majorities are promised by the proached her mother and asked: "Mama, snort and the stcck live aud get fat or. cane k. litis- - Kock, "LItm of great men all reiulaJ ui, is not thoroughly a bottle, the buyer irl-ai- i. We can wake our llrei tublliut, oomuutties in every county. D.iring the why did the man in the nightgown ask il and co' On pods. There are four negroes to satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken c Molilk' AaJ lewirtlB( lere UhtoJ ui, remaining days of the canvass w urge thai be would protui'o to love cherriet?" The one white man in this Congressional disCholera, return it to the undersigned on the iab.Ij ol time. t' '& Uii'y one clmue to p.'tn-public meetings be held in every precinct mother explained that the clergyman nan a good democrat, a member of and your money will be refunded. It u of course a nice thing to have your We know whereof ve speak our victory is asked the groom if he would ''promise to trict, but my congregation, represents the district in Dime carted on maib'.e, but let mine be in already wlorioulr won. Tne actual vote love, cherish," etc Congress. The Stale is rapidly increasing DR. W. B. PENNY, HjJk at L fe and in the heart Hie Lvmb will be larger than ever befori; the relative DEXTIsT, in population and seems destined to become A quantitative analysis ol a "hair renew-er- " of mon. No direpect t3 Mr. Clay's monurote ureater. Ererywhere has our noble Wttanio rcl, - throughout the I'nited a great State. extensively sold -ol t.u. ment iiowtjTtr. seitc tiomn on the Hut.' rates t si ' reielri leader been received with enthusiasm; evMy labors bave been greatly blessed since up,al How jhort a atep it is from the sublime erywhere has he won the love of the po States shows that it w.n made of sixty oar rat. route Agents of tbl Company I have received 42 or rlle grams of sugar of lead, sixty grains of sul- I bave been here. to the ridiculous, Irom the mining of tie pie. C. P. ATMOKE, ( P.AT A., members into my church, 3d of them on Lou'irl.le. Kr And as your servants, charged by your phur, a little glycerine and Jwaier, with a camuiery to the b.ippaninjs of the tret. A G by letter. I hare also In drop or two of perfume. The sulphur profession and order with the management of this camfunny one of these lat occurred all paign, we entreat you to aid us to uiake gradually combines with the lead, forming raised money and built a church that cost Suddenly we beard n $2,000 in a village 5 miles from hete and rinhed into the elreet and with bittd thie rear illustrious by tax utter and hu a brown or black sulphide of lead, which -slow in action a church has been organized there with 21 Two miliating overthrow of that parly, wioih sloly darkens the hair braath amed. "What'j the niatteiV" minmembers and $400 raised to employ a OOce on Lancaster street, next door to Intj milk wigons whoe driyeH were absent, best claim to power is f&lse ahaee of our that the purchaser may persist in its use. for two Sabbaths each month. We kior JoCRNALotSce. Office hours Irom S to 12 a and put oil', the howei strife common mother, and whose sole argument Cost, 3J cents per battle; retail prico one ister hitcr.ei wheetn M.and 1 toS r, u. Anesthetics admlnlsterel wntr expended $2,000 on our church edifice last noceuary. ItM-ldollar. ing fjr libjrty and causing a "boom " Jno. has been to belittle and disparage her year and will spend $2,500 more this year. Meet in your precincts and perfect such Gilpin neter created a bigger eiir than A French nobleman who was privileged My congregation has been exceedingly kind did thoee wagon, reeling and bowing and atinrgan itiion as will briug out the vote; to fix the age at which a woman ceases to to myself and family. If any one who rockiDg amid tne hurrab of the street provide means lo have tiie axed and in be young, said that at 110 a woman could be reads this letter desires any information crowd. With eaila torn and maata brok. firm carried to the polU; see the wavering aaid to have entered into old maidhood concerning this country and will write to lrutb U, and encourage them, and he present at the This, however has been refilled by the sex "JIlnoGriiHS en they returned to the harbor, me I will take great pleasure in furnishing too zood to fpill ncd opening uf the poll in your precinct. Keep at large. Women, as a rule, maintain that Kentucky milk li him, And if any of my friends come Kentucky at the very head of the democrat a truly astute woman is never an old maid it to Shortest and Quiokeat Kouto from.Oei. taat'e why we bad the Lexington atir. A SPECIFIC FOR near me in their trayels I will always be i tral Kentuoky to all Points North, Monday ic States and win once more the plaudt's Aa we rolled out ol Lexington sight of the port of glad to see them at the manse and share ' until she is 40 or in East, West and Southwest. nijht at 11 o'clock, Het. W. J. E. Cox, a and confidence of our comrades of the Na matrimony. Fast Line Between , our hospitality with them. Yours rery , tion Virginia young preacher locattd In George-tjwpJ. E TmrLtTT Blanco county the destitute truly, Chm'c; P !' Johnston, J. S. G.Suarp, Diwnin LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI UCH Afl joined at en route for Richmond. We K S. Bullock, H. farmers are loth to giye up, but when they upprtsied talnfail The holiest summer in this section durtalked of the proposed College remoral It Allen, M C. Alford, rregular Through tickets and baraija Lexington; Alvin Duval, do, they leave a warning similar to the fol- ing the past 50 years was that of 1S31, Dur destination reached bj a railroad. checked to as; canty sand rofui from Georgetown and he helped to enliten C. Clay, Sec'y,. of thr For lull particulars, call on any L. Tobin, Frankforl; Chas. R. Long, W. B lowing behind. "Two hundred and fifty Ingthat summer the thermometer was over the moment. compauT,or Haldeman, Louisville to the nearost posloffice, 100 miles to 999 for orer 45 days and during 15 of those miles D. A.FEELEY, 8 F. B. MOUSE, Of our trip from Lexington, the pleaernt Gen.Pau. Agent, Trar. Pass. Agent, 10 miles to water, 6 inches from hell. days it rose over 100. The corn crop was CoTlnzton, Ky. Lexington, Z.J day fpent in Staunton, Yd., and other great Max Well is the richest Jew in New wood, If Ulcen tlnrlne tbo CTIANOK OP LTFE, great with an entire failure that year. The coolest llll. E. HUNTINOTON' Kcvnlrer. God blea our home. Gono to lire interesting matters I'll write in "Notes York, his figure being estimated at $3,000,-00suffering and danger will be avoided, tayttecil tor deneral Otilcea, Covington, Kj, twok"JlE3Au to Womx," mailed free. summer was that of 1S75, The thermome No. 2" next week. God bless, prosper and Following him are 40 other million-airi- a wife's folks OiusriiLO HractATon Co., Atlanta, Oa. we rvomntnd keep you all. With lore for all, of a beautiful lady ter rose to 903 only four days during the of the same race. Trie Hebrew capiA paper, in speaking 14 nthtlM-t- , twiir nown to ut f.l caorrhx. Hastily and sincerely, UHB; P HUFK'.1'.N Ctft lo tal in the cotton exchange is oyer $J,000,-000- , of large proportions, should hare said, season. Theie were during the month of An I l.U.t. rl TO DATO K.N avht evtry vi. it July 27 days of rain and the Ohio rirer PzrcvG Elsom FQtr.stJ ol ul able,iaJli toll t'nulir. and of city real estate they hold at "Mrs. Smith postered a form that Juno aMBiritur. bttiicnittnnt.u.a. A ( An estimate of the an- might envy." The editor weut home and rose orer its banks during that month and should keep on least $100,000,000 Vrd.nlbjttii Etery poultry Alovlt A LI. I. a ac,s lErtsi CiiaUal Cx of the wholesale trade of left a subordinate to get out the paper, and destroyed a great deal of corn in the valleys hI 1 USM OJJ.- - Ildt llulua.S. a bottle ol GuiierN Chicken Cholera nual transactions hind OW Cincinnati.) .S ULjllt4 llCtdi Western rirer. rLoutsrille ComSaid by New Yorit done by the Hebrews put the the next morning he read that ''Mrs. Smith ofthe ot t OMo. fur Mirnus ijx ' Cure. Il in guaranteed to cure. SoiibrSuitiiu. form that Jumbo might enry." mercial. possessed J figures at $202,000,000. 211-l- On the ee of the election we appeal WHEAT WANTED ! 1'EIt ANNUM. CAhlH. (i. A. BENEDICT CO., c JIIMVraERY. of te ICE.! XCK! ICE! Per Pound. HE 1 it wrt J i AYRES& GIVENS, tM into' 11 () E. fiTfOX, - ATTORNEYS AT LAW, (l!o-ly.- 1 PJIOTOGK&jPlIElt. tUrrnllr run gort-rnmen- Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. Hti'cct. 203-C- Stanford Female College, i b.-e-n Thursday, the l;ln of September TAXES TAXES for-w- ar Lt NEWCOMB HOTET.I DANVILLE FAIR. AUG. 2, It hJ .Jieri 11-- 1 htl; idim n ',' 5. St-6- ni 1 EICII U1M). For apply the Secretory. owloiiollinie J. Pre. 1 J. M.aiEYER.Ncc'y. 1 u p ro-ns- i' G Cholera Cure OCULIST. I eaof i, remm. ton L.&N. Nashville Louisville R. nif ITIIKOUO TRUNK LIXE Thousands SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. Xiiii to.'; 5o-cen- Atlanta, two-third- :mt Kuut-pfln- s Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS -- Ivcntucky Id Lei-iDgt- oc. m.; UJU iTI RADIUS yr LI. I. llonte." D kebblATUb Woman's Diseases or ant MENSTRUATION HUIK3RO.V rair oriit,, n Tie a. . r allc'rJgiliH- - '' sc' j' .1' a '.I wmKrttraewmmm M , i hi :.j ir ii ? is 3 I I! Mr. John Perkins and Mrs. Mary Conn, of Brodhead, were here Wednesday. I have just purchased from a Philadelphia house the largest and best lot of clothing ever brought to Mt. Vernon Shipments will arrive about August 10th. See them before buying, it will pay you. " F. L Thompson. No further trouble is reported fioin last week's seat of war at Brush Creek, All the parties concerned have resumed their usual avocations and everything is qilet nt present, though trouble is looked for at any time between the parties who had a pitched battle, a few days since, at the above place. Mrs James Brown, of Louisville, is BCrKRINTKSDENT OF PUBLIC ISSIll'CTJO.t. visiting Miss Ida Adams. A nine and as page. JOBErilDESUAriCKETr, of Fayette county. half pound girl secured board at the house AS H. Register or thk Land Prohibition can never cut any part in of Cisper William Wednesday morning COEBETT.ofMcCracken county. politic!. Like the Kao Nothing, the LKaisLAiuK-D- r. All doing well. M. C Miller, Jr., assistant J. 1). PETTUS, Lincoln Granger and other evanescent issues, the county. depot Agent, is out sgin after a week' nivery nature of it tnmt make it short-lived- . ne's. WillUm Henderson and wife are of the name who is worthy Bobbbitt ii a very thin demagogue and it No democ at visiting Crab Orchard. will be led on" by such questions. Vote the is a wonder that men with the least comOANHLLE. BOTLE COUNT r Finley in a conversation here Saturday you will mon eense can be humbugged by him. Ae straight democratic ticket and said the ''bone and sinew" of the democratMrs. Henry G. Sindtfer and children as old Janua himself and glory- never regret it. t ic party in Williamsburg and vicinity are visiting relative) in Greenburg. his ability to hoodwink the unwary, ing in As asual Oav. McCreary has been doing Probably he Messrs. George Bonta and Thomas Al would vote for Bradley. he prosecutes his canvass in any unscrupuyeoman service for the party during the better than Masonhei-mer'- s knows the people at his place bought out J. C. lous manner that that ho chooses and Mates canvass. He offered his services to the exander have the writer, but until the vote Is counted grocery and continue the business al himself that "though charged with nearly State Central Committee at its opening and our doubts will override belief in the accu every crime in the Citagory and proved has made dozens of speeches sine;. The the old stand. Mr. Frank Deckert, of Louisville, is racy of the gentleman's statements. cuilty of most of them," the people will governor can always be relied on to aid his The republicans are hard up for ctm-paiin town for the purpose of establishing an vote for him. He poses as the friend of pirty in any honorable way whatever. capital when they try to make voters Commercial and agency for the Louisville the poor man and yet when appealed to to Wolfe County, which had a hanging in for working up generally an interest in that believe Mr. Webb was in the rebel army haye a law passed which would do them during the late war, when in fact he was is preparing for another. James excellent newspaper. but simple justice, he refuses to do bo. We 1SS5, a away in boy and of the has just been convicted Mrs. Neviews, wife of C. L. Neviews, an refer to paying men for working the county Buchanan murder of Jiines Kois and the penalty fix- died at the residence north of town Tues- Germanv during that period of unpleas roada. Poor men, who use these roads was old man day. She had betn ill for a Ion time of antness Then they charge that the demoJ"-A.:Eleat, have to give their time and labor to ed at death. The victim is an ,S but -- 3, and cancer of the stomach and was much ema- crats are running him and they are trying when ap- of 00, while the condemned keep them up, and yet Babbitt, to get a portion of tbe labor vote turned by unprovoked. ciated at the time of her death. pealed to to give them relief, says there is the murder was moet Hon. Wm. Lindsay, of Frankfort, will this means to Ward. The democrats put no money lo pay for working the roads, as writes us that A gentleman at Pineville address the democracy of Boyle ccttnty at out no candidate, but if they vote for any if there would be money for any public PauI will certainly be defeated for the Sencandidate it will not be the republican and -Friday at 6 p. M.( and at purpose unless raised by taxation. It would ate in that district. If the half that is told Dinyille, on well keep their memories reSaturday at 10 o'clock a. m. they may on increase the poll tax, but ba collected of him be true, he is not a fi. man for any not Judge Lindsay is a fine speaker, an old time freshed with that fact. from property, as it should be. office of honor or truU and we hope our One uf the re'idents of this vicinity elegant gentleman and he He refused to procureanenabliugact for a Pineville orrepondent speaks by the democrat and an both took it uto his head a few nights since to will dou'itleia have large audience at turnpike running to the Pulaski line from card. dream and this is wh.U he got ofl; ' It ap appointments. Halle Gap, because bo was afraid be would Young man, you may want some offi:e Mesrs. P. A. Mark. Sim F. Mvuire, peared that Mr. Ward, the republican can lOiescius votes in the more favored part of yourself some time. You casaot expect a P. II. Idol, B. J. Durham, George Smith, didate for the legislature, was passing a the county. All the turnpikes have been puty to honor you uoiess yoa have been Brod Manwarring, Mai Peters and Robert large lake and seeing a great number of built in (hie section and the poople of the true to it. Din't scratch your ticket then, Dunn, of Central Lodge No S. I 0. O. F.. Wtbb footed ducks swimming on the surknob portion, while contributing to pay for but vote it through from Buckner to Pettus. went to Lexington on Tuesday, to meet face thereof wag suddenly impressed with them, have never themselves been given a Grand Master R G Elliott and to be in (he idea that they were the traditional show for good road. And yet Babbitt NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. structedin the new work of the encamp- Ward' ducks that had disappeared years claims he will carry Highland and Waynes ago, said to have gone bade wnrd. In atment branch ol the order. Uen. Cumley, a noted Ohio editor, i C-A.3Sburg practically solid. He will not, howTS Mr. William Briges, tbe toet laureate tempting to capture them be was over ever, if the people have any resentment or dead. of Danville, is said to be engaged in the whelmed and drowned," ns he will probaA Madison county woman named her are able to lift the wool of! their eyes that composition of a grand epic poem. The bly be next Mocday by the large number twins Buckner and Bradley. he has pulled over them. Acycloce in the Biyof Bjngal caused subject has not yet been made known, but cf votes cast against him. bill, Pledged to oppose a whipping-po- st The republicins of this legislative disthe los of a steamer with SOO so a Is on tbe poem when completed will not disaphe worked and spoke for tbe pauage of point the expectations of those who are en- trict, composed of this and Laurel counboard. each a law and then voted against it himThe National Bink of Commerce, with thusiastic over tbe lines commemorative of ties, must surely be frightened by the labor eelf. He did this on several qtiesticni and 52,000,000 capital, is about to begin busithe fact that others than the rich and great! candidate, Webb, from the way they are hie whole course at Frankfort was characness at Kansas City. can by their own efforts arrive at the goal stinibg around and circulating misstate-ment- s terized by double dealing and downright -- Tbe soap and candle factory of Fabel of their ambition. for campaign purposes. Mocday trickery, as has been his entire life. The & Sons, Louisville, burned Wednesday afMessrs. J. W, Oiburn and C. O. Graves, Mr. Webb had an appointment to speak people have a chance to place the finger of of Georgetown, passed through town Wed- hers at one o'clock. After a speech of an ternoon; loss $27,000; insured. scorn upon this pretentious but gauzy demThe Maryland State democratic con- nesday on bicycles, taking dinner at the hour and a half be clcssd supposing he agogue and send a man to represent them vention nominated Eiihu E. Jackson for Gilcher House now kept by J. C. Rirdin. would be followed by Mr. W. R. Rtmsey or at Frankfort who is the eoul of honor and governor and indorsed Cleveland. Capt. A. 8. McGrorty has returned from one of the other candidates for the legislacan be. trusted lo do as he promises. The The President is going to the St. Louis Ocean Grove, N. J., where he took his ture, To the surprise of the audience tbe proud old county of Lincoln should not Fair, from which the grand srmy ases daughter, Miss Mary, who expects to re- Hon. H. F. Finley, M. C. elect from the disgrace herself again by electing to the main during the warm weather. Prof. O. 11th district, stepped forward and delivered cannot keep him by threats of insult. legislature a man who was the laughingThe lima office, owned by Editor Jno. Beatty and his daughter, Mrs. J. A. a sermon of two hours length, rep'ete with stock of the body, absolutely without and numerous other business Louileft on Wednesday for Like Chau- abuse of the State administration and the influence, Dr, Pettus is in every A. Bell, weight or es burned at Georgetown; loss $40,000. tauqua. A.T democratic party with the usual rag accomway worthy of your rote. Be a a man a nd e at the the ChicaSam Adler, a well informed man in re paniment of redish hue. He pitched into the Amour's cast it for him. burned Wednesday evening. gard to turf matters, and all other matters Cleveland administration and tbe democratgo stock-yard- s of importance, expressed himself Wednes ic Congress for not abolishing or reducing The sudden death of Dr. E. D. Standi Loss about $300,000; insurance ?195,000. ford, the Louisville millionaire and phi made a day eight in front of the Woodbine Restau the tax on tobacco and whisky and leaving Attorney General Hardin has lanthropist, which occurred Wednesday thorough canvass of the State und predicts rant very enthusiastically in favor of Gen. ofl the agitation of the tariff question. In morning at 1 o'clock, removes from tbe a plurality of 09.000 for the democratic Bucknf r for governor. "What' the matter a conversation afterwards he admitted that sphere o! action a most successful business ticket. "He's loo the republican counties were a greater cost with Fox?" asked Johnson man and public spirited citizen, one who new two dollar silver certificates, much cf a water fountain," responded Ad to the State in criminal prosecutions than The loved bis native State and who had done with Hancock vignette, are being raised Ier. Johnson looked serious for a few pe- democratic counties but tried to make it bo much to develop her material and com- and circulated in Chicago as appear that the Governor and State officers cer riods and then he set 'em up. mercial interests. Ae a physician, as a tificates. were to blame for it in not doing their du MARRIAGES. business man, as a railroad president and as ty in many ways, mentioning one in parMrs. Richard Greenlaw, of Memphis m politician he was eminently successful -- On the 27lb at John McKinney's, ticular that the Governor refused to furnish gave birth to four children Sunday night, and Louisville especially and the whole James A. Hunt lo Miss Barbua McKin- - him troops to uphold him In holding bis all of them remarkably healthy and well State generally will miss him sadly. To ney. courts, simply because he (Finley) was a developed. his sagacity and excellent management the Yesterday at tbe home of the bride's republican. He says be is not a prejudiced A whirlwind that passed over Latonia, L. & N. railroad owes much of its prosperi- Wednesday evening did' damages to tbe father, William Griffin, Robert Turner and man, yet he scarcely speaks a dczen words ty and success, as he did more during bis buildings of Maggie Griffin were united in marriage without abusing and vililyiug the demo the Jockey Club to the extent encunibency of the presidency to put it on cratic party. He dwelt on the subject of of $10,000. RELIGIOUS. a firm financial basis than any other one the beauties and advfntages of high tariff Reuben Cole, who committed tbe bruman. Filled with an ambition to serve his Brother Barnes is stirring up the sea for protection and favored Federal aid for tal assault upon Mrs Richard Sivage, at State in tbe National Senate and having Winchester Sun. educational purposes, and abused the dem Petersburg, Va., was taken from the jail lions here, just taken te himeelf a bride in the person Of tbe oil religious papers in the ocratic party for their failure to allow the bff a mob and banged. JOHN I'. DAVIS of Miss Lorena Scott, of Paducab, his OEP, WATEDB A washout occurred on the Erie road, United States, 231 are Protestant and 40 Blair bill to become a law. In bis speech death at this time is particularly sad, if two miles west of Cohocton, N. Y. Twenty-on- e are Catholic. he said he would rather be caught with his not in the nature of a calamity. Dr. The DeeringCamp Meeting will begin arm in a steel-tra- p up to his shoulder in cars of cheese went down the bank and was born in 1831, near Louisville, August 4th and continue to the 15th. Rev. some man's, corn crib, than to be eern to were totally wrecked, was three times married, seven children reGreen Mannin, one of the Tolliyer H C. Morrison will bs one of tbe numer walk up to the polls and vote for Watt sulting from the first and second marriages. gang, of Morebead, was arretted at Ml. ous preachers. Hardin. Oaeof the audience remarked, He had recently signified his Intention of Sterling and is held for complicity in the Tbe whole number of churches in tbe ''It depends a great deal upon how a man Doalors In- donating 140 acres of land to tbe city of United States is 132,435; tbe whole num- Is raised as to his ratbere." He said the Logan boys. murder of the Louisville, but had not made tbe tiansfer. ber of ministers 91,811; and of communiCouritv Journal hid Injured that portion of John Neaves, living in Bracken counHis estate is valued at $2,000,000. cants 19.018.977. tbe State greatly by reporting and exposing ty, shot and killed his father, Joseph There are now over 1,000 Young Men's tbe lawlessness of that region, claiming After Bradley's canvass of misrepresen- Neavet, Wednesday, because the latter hd falsehood, we take it that no made a will disinheriting him and refused Christian Associations in this country, with that it has driven away American capital tation and a membership of 140,000, expending for from being invested in that part of the democrat who is worthy of the name will, to destroy it on demand from the son. Christian work $7S5,000. Tbe aggregate of country and as a result the larger portion For the fiscal yeir ending July 1 colvote for bin), yet there are those who con template aiding him indirectly by voting lections cf Internal revenue amounted to property In buildings, libraries, etc., is over of extensive tracts of coal and limber lands Public Opinion. have been bought and are now owned by Oar stock iB comprehensive and brand new and prices suit even the closest $5,000,000. for Fox. Recollect that eyery democrat $118 835,757, of which Illinois paid of close buyers. Come to see us early and often. English and foreign capitalists insteid of a sum greater than any other State. The late William Glenn, a wealthy who rotes for Fox takes one from General Rentuckians aad Americans. Tbis state of New merchant of Cincinnati, bequeathed $37, Buckner and reduces his plurality that Ohio comes next, with $15,890,795. much. Vote for prohibition as much rh York is third with $15,101,203 and Ken 000 for religious and educational purposes. affairs be charges to the democratic party To the Ohio Wesleyan University, Wesley-a- n aud officials, taking no part of the responyou want as a separate issue, but for God' tucky is fourth with $12,417,520. Two younj mulattos, accompanied by Female College of Cincinnati and St sibility on bis parly or people for the sake do not play into the hands of the rethat has and still exists in that por enemy by casting your suffrage two white girls from Bracken county, ap- Paul Methodist church of the same city he publican for a man who is abiolutely not in the race plied to the clerk of the Mason county gave $7,000, these being his largest be- tion of the mountains, which he claims has kept out American capitalists who would court for licenso permitting them to marry quests. eare ai an ally to that enemy. have invested there had the condition cf Going across the Ohio and were refused. DlLia m Forty-eighorses and the stables of a things been otherwise. Claiming so much if grstilying to know that no demo to Aberdeen they sought the services TV of iTi 6i' INivii ... i T I r kw 1 has followed the exam, street car line were burned in New York. cratic circuit judge for the republican party and having full Drugs, Books, Stationery and Squire Beaz ley, the chelf of that Gretna T. Z. Morrow an.l engaged In By the collision of a freight and con- sway in that rart of the Stale for years pie of Jude Fancy Articles. he Green, and he also declined to perform the -- r. g i during the present camstruction train on thoCnicago & Alton near fails to give a plausible reason why the desired ceremony. ' Courier-JournAs the judge paign. Bloomington, Iud , 22 workmen were killed. affairs of his and adjoining counties are not rhTilclani' rmulrtlona accurately mm rounded Two colored gentlemen whose honor "V A-'Alao 'MY" violently sick after his Leitchfield wu taken President Cleveland has accepted the as law abiding and enterprising as their bad been wounded settled their little differperformance, Providence itself seemed de- ences by tbe code at Greenwood, Miss. invitation of the citizens of Kansas City lo neighboring counties that are under demosirous of teaching him that it does not com- Shot guns were the weapons and two paces visit that city some time between October cratic rule. Any acd everything tbat has port with the dignity of a judge's office to tho distance. When the men faced each land 15. gonewrrng, no matter whether In demo- Tbe Largest Btook of Watches, Olookj AVMKS r"iVW go galloping over tbe State making politic other the muzzles of their guns almost s cratic or republican counties, be charged it -- R.P.Clement, President of the Jewelry and Silverware a! speeches, even for a brother-in-law- , Y,??2jlteL!iaW5'WarW(aaW Savings Bank, of Leavenworth, Kas , to tbe opponents of the republicans. In touched. Both fired at the word, and ens Lowor than this maikst Ker UwJat. tcWatthw. Clocks PricesJewelry Reand the Ohio republicans are in the throes of them fell dead, bis breast torn to pieces; has absconded and is $50,000 short, and fact he thinks it impossible for republicans The paint OB ihcit notice and Warrautd. to do anything wrong, tbe bank has assigned. the ctber received fatal wounds. oiawmlnaliriga State ticket. decidedly marked perhaps tl an those of any two men who were ever put up for the July 29, 1887 votes of the people. The former born and Stanford, Ky bred a gentleman with the high sense of honor inherent thereto, and which the trainP. WALTON. W. ing uf a solJi-- r brings into bolder relief, is indeed a man among men, noble, brave and DEMOCRATIC TICKET. The latter well you can't chivalrous. maku a silk tire's out of a sow's ear, and BUCK-HEBOLIVAK F K GOTKiNOR-SIMthe less said about Bradley's qualities, save oi Hart County. GOVKBNOR-JAM- K3 W. BUYAN, a certain smartness and gift of the gab, the LlaCTS.IAMT of Kenton county. bitter. He does not compare in any sense ArroaNEY Oknkkal 1. W. 1IAKDIS, o! with the Hero of F.irt Djnelaon, who will Mercer county. make Kentucky a governor, worthy of the Aooiiok-FAYET- TE HEWITT, of Hardin position and fill it with distinguished abili county. Vote for him and the rest TKistBKR-JAM- ES W. TATE, ol Woodford ty and dignity. county. of the admirable ticket which heads this The contrast between the character of lien. Bjckner and "CjI." Bralley are uioie DRIPPING SPRINGS. M7. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY - ON Okhck-THOM- Chuck full is the condition of our house now. Every available spice is occupied, but as some are leaving every day, it gives room for new arrivals Come along, all who wih to do so, and we will arrange some way to take c ire of you, We have plenty nf cols and extra beds and we pack them like sardines in a box, when it becomes necessary, and they never kick or grumble. There have been PS arrivals since the 18th of this month; Dior to follow to day and to morrow, Ererybody is jolly and happy. Among our guests are three prominent physicians, two of whom have their families here for their health. The third, who is a bachelor, is more than likely to soon have a family by his visit here. A certain nice young widow can give you more information on this subject. Saturday, July SOfi, the B impel and Mafque Bill comt-- i oil. We still have Respectfully, plenty to eat. D. G. Slauoutek. JULY 1ST, 1887 Your Accounts are due and ready PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. Unpaid Accounts of 1886 not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. two-face- d wwwm & mmmmmM gn eleven-year-ol- d IF'IFfUTT Per-ryvil- A.T- T. R. WALTON'S ZFTXIT , iLT- I Qais-enberr- y SCYTHES & SNATHS -- beef-hous- T. R. WALTON'S. ten-dol- lar BACON WANTED T. R. WALTON Stan-difor- d WATERS & DAVIS, STANFORD. KY. MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, taeens- ware, Glassware, StCe $24,-875,79- Hu R PHARMACIST, . nm, llTv ,n. u It ht Btamp-speakin- "?vi2:-T- 'Zg&ZE' al. VT? Xl &.Z JEWELER- Cltl-zen- mS la(4,u r- - HSmiMaV si. i.i ma si 1XT" jL 4 cmt-Meck MvnitfMMmTtiWtWwmnm gIWJHMWW'TWmMMWWlWMW ( iMMjMTJijMjLEfjiuiaui jrr'uwifUfflCTimMMBawwii STOCK AND CHOP 1". f laarm i,iwgMMiiwiiiw ntcrior July o atn?J HnxiTTiren line of ceived nt A. A. Vrren'. Rettlu wtti yjur jio r I'r Stanford, Ky s-- M TllRexcnMion to Nnirl FaiU by the by hornot. The editor ha been very aick xince Cincinnati Southern Aamt 23d will coet Foil Hai.B-- 25 nire toct hog. A. T . O. WALTON, UUHlnoBH Mnnagor. Wednesday, but thut and hardly anything but J3 55 from June'ron City and return. K'innelley. el'e ran keep the piper from coming out on Thl la cheapsr thin tnyiiig at home. A T. Nunnellev bjught of Dave L. A ft. LOCAL TIME CARD, time. Siephenon 10 stork no at 1 cent. A WAIUUKT c.itrgin Jim Nunuelley -B- radley & Co at AtuusU sold The State Central Cjuimittee iiHtie: an with curalng and abuMng her wa gotten 35.000 39 r. K. Mali train going Nor- m- . Bourn Hif.". addrent to the votern of Kentucky, which out by Mm. McAfee, wao keep tho pounds nt leaf tolnccj to Lsuisyille parlie 1 ...... cMjuin " will b LxprtM train" J M) i.d found on our Grot page We com ' " Norn near Htwland, and up3n hi trial he at 17.50 calculated on standard tlins. Solar mend it ierual and then h faithful comTbtkuTe ti B. O. Mulling h Son sold to Colby wa fined J7.M) for hi nngallant conduct. It j tout 70 wlnutos lastor pliance with it appeal. Jenlclus -- 00 mountain ewe at $2 50; alto Fancho.n, the Cut' ket, neld the boardn to Price Bro. 10 at $2.50 mid 21 at $3 per K.C, LOCAL TIME CARD, The Building Acociaiion elected A. A lal night and to night that !de eplitting head -- fLncaler Journal Warren Secretary in the place of W. M. caniexly, Uncle Joshua Wnitcomb, will be Tralnslease Rowland at J and 7 20 a. B 8. Mattiugly, of Lebanon, shipped Bright, bo found that it dutle would in lie turning, airlveat Gand 8 55 r. x. presented. Tne mere announcement ought from here Saturday 22 if the lamest and terfere with bia biuk burinee. He will to till the home. K 'member the matinee finest mule that ever left this market; tbey ZcML NOTICES. fiualify a trewnrer howerer. Saturday at 2 o'clock "Ten Night In a were from I (o 0 years old and ayersged 1G The bent ready iniiea tiainte are to bti on winch occaion the prices hinds and an inch In height. Dlt i'rrTL'd U an honorable man, who Average Lad at A. K. I'tony'. would not take a mean adTantage of an will be 15 and 2j cent. price $175. John Carson, of Staunton, Va , AK jour grocer for the Cincinnati Uv tLc regular democratic lie oppontnl shipped from thi point Saturday 225 Kin,; Coit cracker and cuke. USC0LN COUNT t STOCK FAIR nominee and a cuch la entitled to your V ATCiira mii1 Jewelry repulred on clior lmb, weight 75 pcund, for which he paid Tut: fir1 dtv of ne L'ncoln County 4 cente. Tutte. lit ure to cct tbeiu for him. sotlce and warranted ly A. K. Penny. Winchester Democrat. Fair opened with fine waatber and splendid A ooMi'Lirrr. stock of jewelry, isiwt Commissioner Dtvi adyerties tht i Demockat, thla i' no time to deert attendance 'I be vround bal been excel A, tyle. Kockford watchen a xpecullj. your party You can be a good a prohl lently prepared nd n nice amphitheatre annual wheat show will occur on August '.. Fenny. 25th at his oili.'e in Frink'or'. A prcmi The firm of Penny & McA litter liain bitionift, and better, within thin without with seal errcit-- f,r a hundred yards along um of $1 5ind $10 eicl will be iriven for dissolved, the account nre ready for settle il ranar. Stick tn the old xhip and rote the track Tnere wcre numerous contestNo 1 Longbsrry, re I and white. Sample inent. Come at once and settle. You may the democratic ticket early next Monday ant in each ring and Mm oaracter of the raii'l be of !e t'lan hal' a buhel and ve cost. morning ere doing may be rent by fre'ght at tin commissionitock wn N) 1 rriecfficr PERSONAL. A lite feature of the Jennie Holmtn com all in their power to mtKe the thin,: a sne-ce- M er' expense Tneobj'cti to obtain the admiraSly The best varieties urown in the atate and buy a arid were inoce-din- ,' piny is it IraM bind and orchestra. 7 he MiiH I.kna Lackey ha itono to etrret rereiude arc rery fine and the mueic mmic ol the Gold and S Iver Bind wa quantity for distribution among the farm Hjirlnta. Cait Sam M Hoosr, o( Homenet, is in the )(era Hotie i alwaya receireJ with highly ciinpliintired tud everybody seem- ere. applau Tne "Force in the Forenf' wan ed p!eaid aud itltd be was tnere. The aUendinK' the Fair DEATHS. pleridi lly itiren Tuesday night and it wa progrimuie for to day I a good one and we Mn A. 15. PrN.NY wade a business vl Mr 15. O Oover died yesterday ai deaidedly uniipie rnd realistic full of pjople. hops to e the it to Cincinnati thin week. Following is tl e list r.f premiums nward-e- il 3.30 o'clock, need about 53. She was a I MksMahy Du.Ni.ir, ol Dinville, The State Central Cjmmittee oil ire J to member of the Christian Cuirch and a no d yesterday: visiting Mi KllaKnatiks. end Judk'f William L'ndi-shere to day to 3 10.00 The burial will lake place Ht B .vnmnn Uull uadfrr 2 jean eM llvtt Mir Ans'ib Uc.n.n, of Louisville, ;c maKe a rptech for the democratic ticket, Win. (litem A Hon, proin , Will Muryhy, cert. Spring Cemeterr this afternoon at 5 i'ltlciK MiM Heltie Pailori. 10.00 but owing to the fair being in procrfM it 2. Brtt Hull 2 jsars olJ and oitr o'cltck A. it, Fcland, iTeia. and cert. Mil UtA UltVNliY, of Lebanon, i wap declined It would have been gladly 10.00 (. lkJt Cow uoder 1 yean V I'. Tate. 5ARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ire RUet of Mr. accepted for to morrow but the Judge had It. W. Ulteni .V Hon, preM. and tort. Mle-- Xkllik Dcncas, of Lmctsier elsewhere Lancaster. ao (ngtceuie-n10.00 I Ht Cow 2 years and over i with her mater, Mm. II. C. Warreu. I hvp rne f the best tronogram J. 11. I'.irrli, rem. anJ cert, The Hulman troupe urn oompo'el of I juastv UTILE, Mim Kuttie Dunn, of Unrr-inl- , in the Stale and fill nil order the .Mi-Kittle Huinhuun nice, 'J lie' hdie And gentlemen, who have ft. Ileal Cow under 2 jsan, special premiAnnie and same dsy received. Send your orders lo , dealera la Dry um byOkiUy A Crsl,-J. V IIayhsn Ut rented the Judte won wtny rxireioo of goodwill during Thompson, The 1 18.00 Lancaster 2t Notljoi, At their May here. Minuter 0;to II. Kru-- t Datlejr projiorlT and ill kj o housekeep 'tieluf Uid, preut., l)r. S. Bailey, rert. U'heh Tin: Would Win. E.vn Wbin and F. 1 U. Bjurne, advinoo ngeut, ar not 10 60 . we. Ht Cow t yeara old and over lawyer fail to tike a fee and j'trif J. i: CatM)D A iiro , prnin., Vi. S. Uilley, tort. Mils. J K. Waiuikn left Tiieeday for only well titled for their bunine", hut are dUagret; when tj!ilicUu are Cjn'nt Htd We commend the 7. Bsl Hwd.l Hull aod aCowior Hetfcn a rllt to hir con, Dr. J. V Diwron, at excellent actors bsode. b)eclal iTr.ulutu by A. A. Warren, landiuri f.in't collect their rent; wheu pir troupe to managers and the public very-wnClevelanl.O dealer In llrocw let, Fancy Water Beta, fnh ail the in'trluiie', Htid liWon 1V00 tie .Mm V. H Jit.Nl.s'4 and lUiighlsr, 00, and tlO added by :tbe AMitlon V folk i;.ve up llie.r beirn; when nuihtv Or. 6. llatley, rreiu , Forwlm Held, 'wit. Mic Annie, of St. L"tii, re visiting: Mrs Mr. It C Warren pjke K. rCAKiNn llorMis fur Harseta Purport cbiidr-- n 'til die yotin:, nod jirls are b)rn i.ibt Lickey. Wdne-dta Itir nnJience at McKinney W ! h. Btt etalliou under 1 rear old wnb"-i- t i tongue; when ladies don't take He.nky D Kkllkii, of iltrrodslmrR, ifterrioau and the boyi were coiuuch plea A. U. Italcy, Boylv, rriia , 1'rlali Dunn, cert. Jera never lisp; timt tj 'joi ; md oflin!-hI aul uuler t . llMtduliluaur jldlD in up on a visit to hie bro'hfr, (ieorje C, ed they inrieted tbnt be ehould come ak'tiin when the preacher c.i; their serunns shon JO. Keller, Jr., of thin cilice. Stturday night, 30th when they romie John biodld.-p- , prem. and cert. and all folks to the church resor'; when Mijh LiziK Hr.iiSDON, of Lexington, him the Urgeot crowd ever arieinbled tbire 10. 10. Ucat Bullion 2 and uuderS jr r hick subscriber- - all hate paid and editors 1 and Ml' Leila K kin, of Louisville, ore lie also peaki at Kin,: Mountain at Clin. Denbaui, I'ulti, preui , C. It. I'ltluwo, have fortunes mads; euch happiness will Mm. C T. Handide. Bojle, icrt. o'ciock Saturday and at McKinney at night . 10. sute portend the world mut oon come t' 11. licit bullion S aud under 4 yean . Miws ALUf Ooii and Mtsj lieny, of Let every voter turn out and hear him. Wiu. Hue, llojle, prun., Taos. C. Uobloson cert. an end. Ilnutbon, are cuests of MI Mary Thorn 10. orer tilalllon 4 TitrKghth District Lolge of Good 12. ikit l'.uf.Uojlc,yean audWin. Iloblnun, cert. Djyou admire pnintini?"sbe asked Billy ron, in the Hustonville neighborhood. Wui. prria., Templars met at OJd Fellow.' Hall here 13, Fancy Bliven, as they were wilking along togeth IS. Mitu Jei.u HoiKiiciM entertained on Piddle Maro or (lildlng 21 delegate in atC It. Harris, preu., C. T. bandldge, cert. er. "No," replied Billy. "I cin't say that Thuisday ere nin,r in honor of her gnet, Tuesday. There were tendance and lire counties were represented Ii. Beat Walking Bullion, Mare or (ield-InI do, but if a woman i so confounded ugly MIm Lacy Tate, of Stanford. ViBcbeter Spetlal I'reinluni by J. K. and J. Judge T. M. Cardwell and numerous other she can't get along without it, of course I San. K. Karrii, Ureeleri of Fancy baldle from Harrodcburj cere on hand and the would advise her to go ahead." 10. Hortea, . Mimd Lavinia Mi u.ikes, Mary meeting wa quite p!ent, notwitbstan It. C. Warren, prciu , W. C. Fllipatrlck, cert. ilarria nl Martha Otbaon, of Nishrille, Mrs. Cleveland ha been married about the Stanford lodge seemed unawaie of Honci fur caddis Purposes, fcStylc, are the neita o! MiMei Maltle and Miggie IS month, just think of it, and here she is Form and Action (umlJered. the date. The next meeting will be held 0leT. under 3 .10. 15. ll.it Mareor(kld!n;2and running abjut with a sty on ber eye. Tbe at Bjrgiu September 21 and 31. Wta. Jtue, ltoyle, prciu. J V.. Anderson, Uarrard, people expected The mother In r of Mm. Cnarli moie from Mr Clevplsrd eertineatr. The Cbeaprake A Onio railrotd anV Kreuer, nee llarrii, ba juil rceirnl LaOranee Owl. than a sty 1C. Hen Marc or (ieldluj SandunJer I . 10. the rex a le'arr from a rilatire in Germany of nounces its annual excursion to C. T. i'andlJge, prcm W. Kjc, Iloyle, preiu. shore to leave Lexington August 1th at 17. rest Mare i yean and II. 10,000. 10. orer JEW AnVk.'llTIKEME!STS. Fare for the round-tri- p from C H. Uarrlr, prcm. and cert. Mihh UiiiTitSiintVE, of Lebanon, it 2.30 v. M as Track at ontTiiitto her former rchoolmale, Mie Lexington andcan far up hireE,onK. Junction 16. 3 Minute Trotting lUce on Mile Heat .3100 clait teit 2 In 3 10, Partier leave the regular Ellen Wearen, looking ai ftttU and at to to tbe K.C train en that day and make ample W. "J Itcgtrs, first, tii1st, ibe second. Time 2 SI pretty at erer. Boyle, Nichols 2d. II. This i tl e cheapest rate ever connection and 2. S3. Mn. T. C JasJ'Eii, one of the bet cti-tin- s Members of the Lincoln Count t Building A ottered and ought to induce thousand to 19. Ileal Itjckawar Mare or GeMlnj Sating AiKK'ation are hereby notified to appear of tho county, left yeiterday to make by A T. Nunnelley, epoclil premium at the office of tbe Secretary and sign the CooitU raaVe the trip, which cannot be excelled in hii home at I'ltno, Tcx.n, where he will By ordfr of Hoard of Ditutlon and 10. l.lTcryman beauty of scenery and wealth of attracrectors. A. A. WAMlEX,Sev'u. (Urt a bank. prem., Wui. Koblnton, cert. Tipiiruce, Tborougb.bred llorscs; ol over to tion. Cait. Fiiank IlAiinid 110. FOR SALE ! Mn. Bounirr furnished us with the 20. licit Bullion under 2 ytars CinclnnntlTiicday to e into the work-in- ss Jatnts B. Oentry, prcm. Gabe Lackey, cert. name of the alleged writer of the anonyXjAJD, STOCK A; CHOP of the Huildinc AMjclationa there aud 10. 21. Best Bullion 2 and oier cainn biclc more enlhuii&itic oxer the mt-le- r mous letter referred to by Dr. Pettus in our a. II. iiaugbmin, premium and.certlucate. I will on the r:eml'(i sell at public auction ieiue of TueJty, but on referring it to the 22. Best Mare under 2 years to tbe highest bidder, oa than eyer. 10. lady herself she wrote, "I know nothing H. II. lUugbui.in, prem.. s J. Kmbry, cart. LOCALMATTERS. .. 10. about the report except mere rumor, and 21. Beat Mro2anl OTcr SATOIIDAT. AUG.SOTII, 1SS7, H. J. Embry, piem., J. L A J. K. Farrls, cerl. Ky., protect against my name being used in the The Commercial Hotel, LouiiTllle, The following properly by S. U. Baughm an, matter in any way. I did not authorize 21. Speciil Premium 5.6 reduced it rate to f 1 00 per day, and Jack dealer In tborougb-breWeJllmproTed New Dwelling and out buildings, Mr. Bobbltt to uie my name and emphatwell atered and Smiles from Blanford, en the stock, suckling colt of either mi tbe get tbe dirt roid between Stanford A Danville Thk Good Templars will elect ofticf m to ically say that I don't want you to publish of any stallion, the season of l&SS, to Hush Branch pike, 23 Acrei olgood Corn, 8 head 2S. night and a fall attendance of the membere anything that he has written that iu any Congregan oflloisctand Mules, 20 Cattle, a lot of Ilogs Drill, Rake and Wagons and other Fannie g A J. U. Farrls prem., B. II. Baughman, cert. iinquea'eJ. W. R Veatch, Sec'y. way mentions my name." That settle it J. E. liousebold and Kitchen Furniture. IS. 25. Best combined Mare or Oeldlng, 450-t- d J. T. IjAXO. F. F. gandlge, prem., C. T. Bandldge, cert. We have placed all of our notea and ac Mn. E. P. Smith, a grocer at Crab Orcb 28. Best pair ol Horses or Mares reganlloM count In the handa of V. A. Tribble for ard, furnishes us an affidavit that when - 20. of sex, color or ownership collrctiou, eo pleaae call on him and fettle Bobbltt ran against Mr. Simpson, a prohWui. Robinson, Boyle, prem. and cert. Craijr. 25. Ofidey ibition:', in 1SS5, he got six dollars' worth 27. Best UosdsUr tieMlng Twelre shares of tbe Farmers National Bank, . . of rhitky from him which was treated out Tip Bruce, Boyle, prem., A.J. Jshnssn, Boyle, ot Ftanlord, will be sold at public auctl on before opeNew comic "TiiEBoLTAN'sau-rcertificate. e in Stanford, August 1st, County the by his order After the election be fsiled NOTfg. ra at Opera Houre Hirrndsburc, AuguM 2 Court day, between tbe hours of 11 anu 12 o'clock. to pay for it and a judgment was obtained and 1 H'er?ed eeata 75 cent. Apply to Harry Bdth t ri m marshal and a good W. It. ARSIKXDT, agalost him In tho police court. This was Crab Orchard. one. Waller A Wood placed in the bands of an officer who reMercer, Madi'ou, Bayle, Ciey, Garrard FAin. Visitor mould remember that turned the execution, "No property found and other countie are represented b th by tbey can get comfortable (juartere, good to satisfy this or any part of it." It will people and steels. ! Notice of fare and excellent attention at Hale'a Well thui be seen that this great disciple of proGov, McCreary w on haod smiling and A. L. Spoonamore. hibition, when he thinks he can make a happy. He is very soiid In Lincoln and Notire Is hereby given that the undersigned few votes by baing, was not only mean haTc tormed a corporation and have recorded the the people nre alaay glad to see him. I again atk my cuotomere to come and articles thereof In tbecleik'soQice of tbe Lincoln enoogh to use whisky in bis election, but stallions with 10 County Court, purautnt to Chapter SC, (len. StatNo 10 Best 2 venr-ol- d eettle their account. I need the money bare enough to refuse to pay for it. entries was considered by good judges to utes of Kentucky. I mean nil, not one. Pleaee attend to thi. I. The name of the Corpor atlou is the "CumThe Jennie llolman Troupe has proved be as fine as the fineat they had ever seen Mrr. Kate Dudderar. itst-l-t more than worthy of the high enconi The President and other offiseri of the berland Valley Land Company."business is to buy nature of II. Tbe Ociinatrieeake,the iKrriiion Jouhnal um that had preceded it. Tne star her- Association set a tine dinner yesterday and and sell general Harlan and tne Bell counties, Ky , lands In played the Lancuter club baee ball club, self is one of the most thoroughly accom invited everyusdy to come up ana par to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. Tueeday afternoon on the grounds of the plished actretse that has ever visited Stan- take. III. Its principal place of business is Stanford latter and were defeatr-- by a (core of 7 to ford and fairly plays upon the audiences at Among tho newspaper men present were Kentucky, IV. Tbe capital stock is fixed at 1130 ,CC0, with 1. E'eren inninga were played. will, now filling them with enthusiasm and Meaus. K J. O'Mahoney, of tbe Stock Farm privilege to begin on 00,009. Each share is 5100, to be paid in money. Ih addition lothoie recently mentioned, admiration and again eufluslng their eyes and Sim O Boyle, of the Dinville V. Tbe Corporation shall begin business on tbe following have arrived at Hale'B Well: with tears of pity. She is besides very the Dick Warreu' Uiwena Webb Kuesell 25 th day ot July, I6S7, and continue 25 years. Squire Murphy, Mr. Nora CJoodknight, handrome and drere her characters in adVI. Tbe aSairs of the Corporation are to be conThe entire took the blue in eaddle ring of seven and it ducted by a Board of seven Directors, from which MiM Mary Feyton, MIm Ssmsntba Logan, mirable Uste and beauty. to tell win was tkn proudest of it, a President, Secretary and Treasurer are to bo troupe Is a strong one, thoroughly up In was hard Mrs. Dr. J G. Cirpenter and children. elected. Tbe Incorporators shall compose the mii their parts and the pieces are put on with he or Aehby. first thereafter to be held It looks like Pettus will enow Babbitt the greatest dramatic precision. Monday President S. H. Biugbman, Secretary on board, aud tbe election July annually. tbe third Wednesday ol under by eeveral hundred majority. The night In "Divorce," Tuesday night in George II. McKinney and Treasurer J. H. VII. The Corporation shall incur no debt great-ths- n leading republicana are dead down on Bob- "Queena," which was written especially Baughman performed their duties admiraof its paid up stock. bin, and while they intend to "hands ofl," for Miss llolman, and Wednesday night in bly and made everybody feel at home. VIII. Tbe privato property of stockholders will vote and work for bis defeat if neces- - "Queen's Evidence," they have delighted Capt. McKinney is an old hand at tbe bus- shall be exempt I rom corporate debts and liabilities tary. their audiences and won their way into the iness and UBd to clerk for fair before most IX. The Corporation shall possess all the powof us were born. ers prescribed Ip Chapter 50, General Statutes of A DiPrATCn from the patent office at popular heart. The prices of admision are Washington says that Epbraim P. Owsley, 50 cents for reserved seats, 35 for general The bodies of about COO Chineee are Kentucky. KOBT. BOVD, VT. O. WELCH, of Stanford, baa been granted letters for a admision and 25 cents for the gallery and about to be disinterred at Sin Francioco VINCENT BOKEING, JOHN BENNETT, minnow boat. We had not beard that ought to fill the Opera House for the reet and shipped to China by steamer for final GEOKOKMcALISTEB, W. P. WALTON, IM'J-S- t of the week, J. S. UOCKEIt, interment. Eph bad turned inventor. 20, 1887 need the money. fak ca'i anil aooouiitis ve Metculf A Footer We woald take it n n 'avor if the c erka of the uleo loo conveuieiii to olli on, will diupvcii u t -- rc.ilt a an the pjll clone ' UNO B.ir n wanted h K. Wiilton wn ' Wheit l ' cflling bete at 70 ceots. in A hor-- e Indian) ntunu to death WALSH, THE TAILOR a:a 3 riirimi avente, ImOJJISITIILmJmE, P. S.-F- INE - W"V " toll-gat- e GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE, .JuLaLaLaLaKLaiEisA iBkBihahafShahahafeiaSiBHhaVflH fcLaaHfksRit. ..ktiakCWjV .aflScTis 1 1 nt l)r.-jiId- k Tbe most perfect M'Ctiiie rrr ttiTented Wvndcrful sating ofl i and easily cporated. ltoul tbe lollowing testimonial troiu Udli-- of HuitonTllle and ilclnit) This Is to c rtlfytha' Kare using the Fijrenrs Washing Mb ueaad think it tbe only Machine weetenaw that w 11 doi I It claims. It icti rtotblcg and 'abor snu is well worth the pllce paid for it Mrs. J. M. Co.ik, Mrs D. W dtagg. 'In . t, Mrs. Saji Bi... Mrs J. P. KI8e. Mrs. T. .J. Itnhlnson, Mrs. George W Itlfle, Mrs. J r I.m, Mn. n.(. Lyous, Mi O Drye, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs, Joseph Colley, Mm J. K. Bmgnmc-i- . Now is yourchanco to secure tbe best Machine of tbe age. Woalso have testimonials from tbe following Stanford Ladles: M'lJarati Mm Owens, T. S. Kate Hays, S. S. Myers, G. G. Wine and Mary Mraub. ., E. P Mr. A LLIbTEIl. Business Man sget. FLORESVK WASH ISO JIACJIJXK Headquarters at Dr. Bourne's, Stanford. s C jn, Doo-le- DR. S. G. HOOKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. y 1 lo HOCKER & BRIGHT, iMJGOESSOIHTO V. II. IIIGOIXS.) 4 t-r vis-lli- c iJi, Tf We will contioue to handle th justly cslebrated and most Dopular STOVEi and RANOES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS ws will still placs the OLIVER CHILI PLOW in the lead of all othera, where it justly dctervos to be. Ask your neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow m the market equal to tho IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLET COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR ha3 no equal. All we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. COOK IV. It. .UelUXMOY. .StilfH:iiui. y 1 ol M.. C. 1 tli:t:iIAXT tTf riTed -- RUPLBY, TAILOR. and still receinng In tbe market, w 1 New Goods for Spring and Summer looipriilng tne it hi' n ' g, Gotten Up in Stylo and Make Sooond to None in City or Country Oio Me n Trial. WEAREN & MENEFEE, - NOTICE. s. di Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete than, ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- i " Court-nous- All of ivork guaranteed as represented. Prices U 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 before it is broken. J. ll.GREEX.AKt.. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. HnntoiiTllIe, Ky. 21S-t- d Incorporation Queen and Crescent Railway.) Route Pacific (Cincinnati New Orloana and Texas Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, Soutli West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. HKAD DOWN. TKAlNHbUUm ho. 5. fio.3. Dally Dally, ,Ex. Bun. Dally. Mo.l. i I i ItKAI) Ho, ", STATIONS. VI. No. 0. I 1T.AINSMOKTII. Dally. I.'Te Dtlly. Dally. No. 4, 10,1, Daily. Ex. Bun Dally. 7 55 s. ra' 4 03 p wl 9 00 pin 10 50 am' 7 05 p mi 11 33pui 1125aui 1221 12 U47am am 12 ai a iu 7W p mill St p ui r 15 a w 1 03 p m .... 41 p nil..., 2 A 25 p in 9 30 p in .... 8 cri p tnM'2 21 a in 8 S3 p m 8 53 p in 1 05 a m 9 10 p in 1 IS a ui ,. Cinclnmtl ..A'rr, 42 pm 10 25 a m 6 10am 7 .Georgetown il iu 4loam a tu p m iiuiui nisam .i.eainizton ... 2 51 p mi 6 27 a m t3 23 a m NkbolasTllle .ilarrotlsuurt; Junction. 2 8pm tS47am i7pm 2 12 49 pm ii oo am ' 8 10 5 00am 10 35 pm 7 4 J ,,1 2 Viatn,.. 5 55 S ..Junction Cit ,K1d; Mounts L: .Uirmlngbam.... Euiasr........ ... .Slerlilian New Orleans Meridian ..homprwt .OaLJsl .C!iattanoo;.1 .Danville. 00pm (58; a 135pm 5 20 a ui 233nm m 2 28 am . 10 00 p aS5am'.. 8 00 a m .... ml.... 510pm .... 8 50 p iu1, 8 00 p mi. .11 00 am . l 6 16a mi. 4) iia. IU. an' ... . i iv am 90piu! 630pm,, 10 30 pui 9 00 am1 00pm 40 a m 6 20 am 3 43 am .,1115 - pm . . 8 00 a m 7 SO a in ,.T. F Junction., r, 15 a. m,. Arrlvlnz at Cbattanox at 9.30. No. H No. 9 leaves Oakdale Jallv except Suniav. at leavea Chattanooga at 4.30 P. x., arriving at Oakdale at 7.45 r. u. Mann Boudoir Bufiet Eleplm Cart on all through trains. H. COLLBBAN, Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt., JOHN a OAULT, Oen'l Manager, K. X. KYAN, Asst. Oen'l Kit. A Pass. Agea. K. CAKHOLL,Oen'ieupt., . 0 55 p iu ,., 7 10 p m ., Vicaiburtf ... Jbraveport. . 8S5pm 800 am 6,55 p m 8,C0am W. W. WELLS, Uuperintendent, Somerset, Ky. fJeooral Office. St. Paul Building, West Fourtb Etree t, Cincinnati, OPo. ' gives six hundred dollars annually to patrolmen, eight hundred dollars to sergeants, and Milrteen hundred and dollars tJ captains. The law also says that no man shall be taken on the torce who is under twenty-on- e or ovor thirty years of age. Hence, it follows s that a groat many men can apply for whin they nro from forty-on- o to llfty years of age. If a maa joins the force at twenty-onand many do ho can rotiro at forty-onbefore ho hat rearhsd his prime, with an assured lifo income of six hundred dollars, and go into soma other business. I.v writing of largo sums received by somo New York men for their sarvlce In different capacities a journalist says that very ordinary men receivj from "five to eight thousand dollars a year. Thero are a score of New York.'rs receiving each as much per year ns the President and hundreds who havo a salary of from ten to twooty-flvthousand dollar. The large salaries paid to ministers tar.gc from ten to twenty thousand; the promment journalist from four to twenty thousand; the loading physicl..ns from twonty-tlv- j to sixty thousand and the legal lights re fllize as high as ono hundred thousand dol- lure per yoar. in tins connection it is s Uatod that thoro are several receiving from four to ton thousand ,per yeur for their services. Tun chocolate and cocoa of commerce tiro the product of tho cacao treo grown In the equatorial P.icM It produces fruit nn I lluwort throughout the year, tho Honors growing n clusters an I tho fruit mnturliiL' for gathering in June nnd December. The fruit is deaiUtoM as reiem-bllua'"4h'ort thick, cucumber five or six inches long one-haand threj and Inches in di.imterJEatid varies iu color Jrom bright rel to yellow and purple, according to tho soason and contains beans the wi of a swcot llmotid but th.cker." F.vm these beans chocolate and cocoa are prepared. 'Tho term cocoa is a corruption of cacao, but is more commonly used in commorce. vCucio, which Is called by tho Mexicans chocoluti, ha9 been used by them for ages as a bovorago. Cocoa is used more In England than chocolate, It hoing a slightly different preperation from the kernels of tho same tree. The sad story of an old lady's violent death, and tho almost human efforts ot a noblodog to save her, was tho substance of a recont lottor from Portsmouth, N. 1L Tho lady, accompanied by her dog, wero walking upon a railroad" when, unknown to tho lady, who was very deaf, a train eamo down upon them. The dog heard tho warning, howevjr, and saw the danger. Ho seized his nrstross by tho gown and tried to draw tier off the track. miio turiicu, saw tno ;uangar, tnrow up j Itni- - linnilu unit fnll fainting liurivn.m tlin rails. Still tho dog stuck to his purposo, aud solzlng her dress In his big teeth her off tho track so that only her foot luy across tho rail. Before ho could cjet lior wholly clour, however, tho train oamo rushing down, mid sho wa ground tjcncatti its wheols. Tho train wa3 stopped and tho doz was found faithfully guarding tho mangled remains. A friond of tho load woman hud to be sont for before bo would allow an quo to approach pen-oiouo e, e horse-jockeylf representatives. Ik the matter of pensions tho members of the 'ov York police force are particularly favored. Tho law provides that after twonty years' continuous service they may bs retired on half pay. This that the market Is overburdened with marriageable young ladles awaiting the appearance of tho right man. 'Jhis is owing to no want cf physical attraction or mental coiwbility, Lut, sad to any, a prevailing ignoruneo of every thing pertaining to domestic economy. PitosrixToi'.s In New Mexico recently unearthed evldoncos of micirnt civil zition while excavating in the foothills near Socorro. They found the remains of human beings nnd various article imllcntlnvf a Spanish occupancy prevlou to that of the later Indians. Anon the most marvelous piece of engineering skill displayed of late was the moving of n one hundred nnd sixty ton rnllroa l bridge n distance of fifty lVet in the space of elo von and one-laminute. This feat wns accomplished by thirty-tw- o windinon with the aid of n civ lasses, etc., and in thirty minutes after u train crossed the brilgj in lis old position another ono crossed it in its new. A riioTooiut'ii that was very commonly seen twonty years age was that of President Lincoln and his son Tad together looking at a large book upon the President's knee. The story of this picture Is that while oxamining an album in a photographer's studio, the Pres ident was requested to remain quiet, nnd the picture was taken. This destroys tho prevaitent Impression that tho book in the picture v.tis a bible, and the position a studied one. O.vi.t three years ago some twenty young ladles of Massachusetts roolved themselves into a society with a constitution In which was gravon the sentiment that mnrrlago was slavery ant men were a nuisance. In tho short space of a year the pledge of this society was rent In twain, and y tho organization Is a Two thirds of tho memaffair bers embraced slavery nnd became possessed of tho uocossary nuisances. Tciini! Haute, Ind., is possessed of a madstono which has been in use eighty years nnd has been applied to hundreds of persons who liavo been bitten by rabid animals, and it Is said that no instance- of death is recorded wherein this stone hns failed to adhere to the ilosh. In one caso recently tho stone adhered to a wound for fourteen hours, assuming a dark color, after which it dropped off. It was then cleaned in sweet milk nnd applied to another wound, remaining ten hours. O.v tho last anniversary of the founding of Itomo, tho municipality of the city Inaugurated a monumental column in honor of tho illustrious nstronomer, Galileo, before tho palace of tho Kronen Embassy, in which ho was imprisoned in 11531. Tho monument bears in Italian the inscription: "In tho neighboring palace, belonging at tho time to tho Mcdicis, was imprisoned Galileo, who was guilty of having seen the earth revolve around tho sun. S. P. Q. R,1SS7." Tho Syndic and tho Univer-lt- y of Itomo wcro present In eminent lf rtffo-waleg-anda- of discerning characteristics by tho forma- sprayed on will destroy the npplo aphis. tion of thohatidrt, say Unit Imaginative poo This Insect appears unceremoniously and plo have beautiful finger nails nnd long In great numbers, nnd thcrofor tho mataper lingers, and that small, well shaped terial for its destruction should be ready critic. at hand. nails indicate a I.v warm weather tho sheep and cattle Tun new Croton nquoJuct in New York will bo tho longest tunnel in tho world. It In the pasture eagerly seek uuy available will ho thirty miles long and sixtecti foot shade. This fnct should induce the plantin dlamotor. In Sehemuitz, Uungary, is ing of a few shade trees of rapid growth, ono ranking next in magnitude, being ovor such as the silver maple, tho elm or any ot ton miles lu length and a max. mum dlam- the broad poplars. otor of nearly ton feet. The best known dovlce for the prevenby cows is the The roport comes from San Francisco tion of good-nature- d self-mllkln- g THE GRANGERS GRIST. CURRENT INTEREST. Ax oxpertmentor In tho growth of corn TiiEim nrc in tho United States moro than one hundred mile ot cablo railway has attain d almost perfection and a yield In operation, nnil thero nro upwards of of eighty bushels to tho acre through cutting out tho tassels of stalks producing no llfty milo bolnn built. Tub phrmo "fast and loote " comes from oars. nn old jukrIcm' trick emph yjd at country Asr obtainable plaster about the prom"To play at fust and looso" was to ises may be advantngoously usod In tho fairs. play this game, In which, after both ends composition ot a fertilizer for nil crops, of a string seemed securely fustonod, tho and as a disinfectant libout tho poultry house. juggler suddenly slipped it away. AN cmuls.on of kerqscno oil and water Tuosn versed in palmistry and capable) TRADE AND SCIENCE. ly neck rack. This consists of two square frames placcd.'around tho neck, and connected with each other at the four corners by light sticks, which keep them about a foot apart. IsrLAMJiATiof nnd swelling of the hock joint occasioned by a sprain should bo treated to a cold bath frequently every day. It takes considerable tuno to reduce tlu swell. ng, and the horso so alTected should be allowed ample room and time to i eco or. IVki maple sugar has becomo a rarity the market owing to the docrenscd demand brought about by the adulterated article that is commonly offered. It Is safe to say that a puro article put up and sealed In - purchasers every w here. The symptoms of black leg In cattle nro a lameni'ss in the shoulders followed by swellings which oxteud to the brlskot. This is a s.ngularly rapid and fatal affection when it once gains headway. Upon its appearance in the herd laxative feed should be given, and doses of sulphate of magnesia administered onco or twice a week for n short time. Asy farmer that feeds fifty tens of hay during the winter will find that the loss sustained through feeding from the stalk, will, In a fow seasons, by constructing a cover for his hay. A substantial building that will shelter tons of hay and llfty head of cattle cam be put up for tlitve hundred dollars. Such a structure will also add to the nppearanco aud value of any farm. One ounce of saltpeter to a gallon of employed In the dewater is struction of the squash root borer. Pour tho solution on tlie soil about the plants soon after the young plants h.ivo come up, and repeat the operation two or three times nttor intervals of four or live days. This is a sure preventive. Sume make the application only when tho plants show signs, by wilting, of being attacked. The remedy is usually effective when thus employed, but It is better to use it in advance A coiiRiPo-MENof a farm journal writes. Our practice is to rover the seed potatoes slightly with soil and then sow tho fertil'z;r in the furrows or trenches. We have ued ns much as a ton of potato fertilizir which is strong in potash to tho acre, and yet wo harvested clean potatoes with smooth skins nnd without 'scab.' Not so when fresh farm manure is used. Ihs w th u always causes 'scab' by attaching wire worms (lulus), which cat into the skin and give the potato the same corroded surface ns the fungus causes." No POTvro is likely to bo popular for market which has deep oyes. Whatever Its excellence in other respects, this defect makes It less salable. There is not only a great loss In preparing such potatoes for cooking, but it Is of the most valuable part of the potato, which is near tho suin. A smooth, even surface, with eyes not deeply set, enables tho housewife to pare tho potatoes with little waste, and If combined with elongated shape to bake them uip3eled, which Is porhaps the best w.iy to u 'k th.s vegetable. Ir you w,h to havo your young horses grow uptiurdy an I able to endure severe tasks don't ralso them a3 you do plan tt. It Is muscle and bone that are required to withstand hardships, nnd Inactive colts never develop eitner llko those which havo the advantage of plenty of oxerc se every day. When too young to tram the best way to develop their muscle rt to give them tho freedom of a field larg j enough for them to find room for romp mil play. Tho restless spirit of a growing colt Is guaranty enough that ODD AND ENTERTAINING. the exercise will bo takon if tho opportunity is only afforded. Tho colt raised In The Queen of Knglatid is said to be a tho stall or too small a lot Is sure to be and slothful, as well ns soft groat amateur of music an 1 a formor pupil nwkw.tr of Lablacho who at ono timo said that, and unfit to withstand hard usage. wore not Quen of That fell destroyer rf tho apple orchard, might sho (iuooii of song. Great Britain, she ba the codling moth, may be successfully deO.v good stroyed by o.r nam? tho trees with Paris nudioncoj authority it is statod that in the attendant upon churches and greon and water soon nfter tho blossoms havo fullen and when tho light apples, oporas from forty to llfty per cont. of tho newly loruied. are liuldorect by their fruit men aro bald, while at prize fights and stoins. culyx end up. The moth lays Its similar ontertainmonts - tno percentage oges in the calyx cavity, beginning even only twelve to twenty- rlvo. Oxi: uotlcenble of n rasldenc) in before tho finwor petals have fallen; tho larval seen h t h out and begin to cut the southern portions of California is the their way into ;:e npplo. One nppl. cation frequency with which straw motting is made to servo ns carpet. Tho reason is of the po s . u mixture is usually sufficient If given very soon nfter the blos- that n woolen carpet catches and retains soms fall. One pound of Paris green to tho light yellow dust, so plontlful in that fifty gallons of wator Is tho proper pro- country, and also affords n lodgment for portion. Tho powdorwill mix bettor with tho Hoes which abound In myriads there. Fiiom an Interesting account of the petho water if first wot up and stirred Into a smooth paste. This liqull call lie applied culiarities of tho oceans the information is by moans of a force pump made for this obtained that, if a box six feet uocp were tilled with itea water and allowed to cvap-oratpurpose undor tho sun, thero would lw two 13 a growth In tho fore-lewhich SI'mnt bottom. results from lnfiammutton ot tho joints, Inches of stilt loft on tho ocean boTuklng to threo and in tue union of the splint bone ot tho tho nvcrngo depth of tho log to the othor bono with tho formation miles, thoro would be a layer of puro salt ISM foot thick on tho bed of tho Atlantic. of Irregular bony deposit nlong tho union. In balancing his llguros ono day u bank The symptoms aro as follows: Tho horso is lamu only on hard ground, and decs not clerk found a shortage In his cash In the limp on soft ground, mil tho lameness in- sum of nine hundred dollars. Ho carefulcreases with work, This distinguishes It ly wont of his llgures and cash several from navicular disease, in which tho lame- times, but was unable to discover wherein ness disappears when tho horso Is warmed tho mlstako occurred. Finally upon very by exirclse. Tho head also droops con- closo examination, ho perceived that ono siderably with this disorder. Tho bony of his oiphors had been transformed Into a swellings may bo felt on the lino of tho llguro ulno by an eyelash that had fallen small bono ot the log. Tno remedy is to and adhered to it among tho A custom that prevails apply cold water bandages until Inflammation is reduced, and thou to use blisters, women of Italy Is tho whitening of tho or, If necessary, firing Is to bo resorted to. lino of p.irtln? In their hair by means of a Cooling inodlclno Is usoful to reduco tho pioco of chalk. A group of threo Italian maidens, rocontly arrived at Castlo GarInflammation, and rost Is Indispensable. Ix pruning trcos of any kind It Is bettor den, Now York, wero obseryed to draw from to have ono strong branch or limb than looklng-glnsso-tholr pockets pieces of chalk and s and then dovotu tholr two or three weak ones. It Is better to keep heads low than high. It Is bettor to earnest nttantloti for somo time to tho keep limbs thinned out thiin to cut back whitening of their crowns. A .sTOiir ot tho remarkable loss and and uuk too closo heads. Let the sun's of n diamond ring is related in a rays in all through tho tree. It will bo d that the highest and richest colored Into number of a jeweler's journal: apples grow on trees having spreading Whllo cleaning a fhh a ilshmongor found brancho and that are well thinned out. in tho Intestines a diamond ring murked KooP suckers off tho limbs and body In with tho ownors1 Initials und the date 1,9. Upon Investigation tho ring proved to trees midsummer. Sprlng-trlmmoJuca l'"-- ' moit suckers. If blight strlkos huvo been lost by u lady, while washing tho pear trees, slit the burk on ono side of her hands iu a railway air while crossiig limb or body from affected part down- a bridge slxtoou years previously. Tho theory is th it n small fish seized upon tho ward at onco aud give a coat ot puro ring u ml that at som Inter timo this small oil. This Flitting Is cspoclally bene" ficial to or stunted trees, litli, whllo cru.s.ng about In the lakes, fell with a good coat of whitewash added, A a prey to the whltotUli in which tho long-loring was discovered. Tho fWhornun very good timo to prune trees Is right suiulorlil) Iivucj. Kuw.l uiwr x'any uavu leuvoU uuk x boat-buildinhalf-pound y m-diahalf-penn- y hot-hou1 o g d d tl "hide-boundst bv makers m small tins would find ready I..iconict: culturo Is roported ns n experiment In Sacramento County, Sal., sixteen tons of roots hnvmg boon baled by ono grower. I.v tho transmission ot heat Iron Is said to bo thirty times a moro efficacious agent than glass. Next In grade is brass, tbon copper, glass ranking Interior to all. It Is thought, on tho ground of tho woll successes, that hot water artesian wells might be obtained almost any nhcro If deep enough borings nro made. A method of ascertaining tho temperature ot bearings is tho application ot n paint which when normal Is red; as tho tompornturo rises It grows darker and upon cooling rogalns its original color. A nickel key weighing three ounces, the result of threo years caroful study nnd patient labor of an English locksmith, has boon Invented, which Is capable of opening 2I,tVW different patent lover locks. A new ornamcntnl veneer has been patented in which is omployod the pith of cornstalks, the veneer being mndo by forming n layer of tlio substauco upon a suitable backing for surfacing picture frnmc.t, panels nnd walls. The State of California, until recently thought to bo almost barren of marble or building stono deposits, has developed a large store of niarblo of a superior quality, and of varied colors. Inyo County is the sent of tho deposit. An observer of tho smoking habit of attributes to it tho necessity of wearing spectacle, so common among that people. Especial stress Is placed upon cigarette smoking, by opticinus, as bv t detrimental to eyesight. A utVAL of dynamite, in the f rm 'f powder made from sawdust treatel witl. nitric and sulphuric acids, has bc.m uitr ducM Into the Belgian army. This w l powder is formed mtJ cartridges liv pres sure and covered to exclude moisture1. A rorn horse-powe- r yacht thirty-sifeet long to bo run by gn is one of tho nove.-tteg of The in Pittsburgh. wil. speed to bo nttalnel bv this gas-bobo twolvo miles an hour, and the englr.-anmachinery weighs but three hundred pounds. I.v four years nearly ten thousand electric motors have been brought into use in seven hun-drethis country. We have thousand electric lii'ht, great and small. Upwards of three hundred and fifty million dollars are invested la our electrical Industries. The cost of the and which goes into the manufacture of a box of common window-glass- , containing the regulation fifty square feet of surface, Is about five cents, that is, the box of glass consists merely of live cents' worth of silica, transmuted to n state of transparency. Mritct'Ki vt. lmpurito raav be removed by pouring into a bag of ch nmois skin and forcing tho mercury through the pores, or by pouring int) n paper funnel, which has at bottom nn opening tho sin of a pinhole, and finally by wuhing with The mercury nnd water are put water. into a bottle, the stopper put in and the whole shaken The water may be remove t by the absorbing power of dry cloth nnd blotting pupjr. The "radio micrometer" Is the name of a new electricnl instrument destined to register extremely slight change in heat Tho Inventor of this delicate instrument claims from calculations that when properly constructed tt will register changes in temperature of ono millionth of u degree. As yet no such dolicucy has been ultniued, but the experimental instrument exhiUilcd before the Itoy.il Society, whore the proportions of construction were shown to bo not tho best, was capable ot registering tho heat cast on a bv a caudle llame at a distance of l,lt) j foot (a fifth of a mile) from it. Tills appears to be more sensitive than any instrument yet made for measuring chauges of temperature. A somewhat unique Industry has appeared in the Statu of Michigan m the manufacture of asubstitute for whalebono from goose quills. Tho quill is first run through tho stripping machino nnd strip-p- d of it plumage; second, it is run tb rough the splitting niHchine, which ipbts th' quill in two lengthwise; th.rd, it is put through a machino which takes out tho pith, to bo usi't as a fertilizer; fourth, it is run In a machino which cuts it Into fine shreds; fifth, several of those shreds aro wound toguthor by a machine which milk js a strong cord; sixth tour of these coids nro sawed together bv another j machino which makes it a fiat feather-bone and ready for use. It cun Lo made in all colors, according to the color ot the thrc'id used. Hun-gnrlas 1 j Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Foiltlroly Cured by administering Or, Hatnea' Golden Specific. n Itean beglu'iilniicupotcolTcoor tea without the know ledge ot the person taking It t Is absolutely harmless and will cllect a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands ot drunkards have been made temperate men who liao taken (lolden Hpeclnn In their cotlce without their know ledge, and helUwo they quit drinking of their own freo will IT NKVKll KAILS. Tho sjstem once Impregnated with the Specific It becomes nn iittcrlmpnsslbllllyfortheltnuorappetltoto exist. For full particulars, address (iOI.DKN SPECIFIC CO., 185 Knee st.. Cincinnati. O, y WALL PAPER, WAIL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S ftOTAl Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. IFS H.M l JOIKA J, ! ai MMr:T-cr,'v-i-- .SI 222,?Ji-V- n LJ f gym T-.- trnx m& WW mffl Fulljaiid Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. & lUfFl, Ml r&2 fa Tk : B. X. WEAREltf, -- Stanford. ! Absolutely Pure. powder nuttrTirlM. A rairrel olpurlt), ttrenth ami wholetouiPiipw. Moro etmomlii tola than tho orJInsrjr klmli, and ran not l of Ion test .ihon eoiutlton with the woUbt ituu or titimpuate powJiri, SolJotily la ROYAL BlKINll i'OlTDKa Mm. 100 Wall Street, New York st FURNITURE STORE ?IAK IIIITMAX, Proprietor. iisriis'w- (, LOUIS SCHLECEL, lIIOTOGKAlUK, HltllJldSII, KKUUKl Photographs in all styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. New laitv Ul-Urtrj ul 't ' (201 lr Prices. 'l . Livery, Training, AND Feed, iiIhhjh lmyu on hnutl li lurec and msIpc! lino of I'limi-(urwill lu hm loir h hiicIi nnil I'luIcrtaker'H (JochIm. cun he buiiidit In (he cIUch. u irlul ne mo IohcmI. ami you will lio com hi ceil (hat I hcII loiter tliim llio Mj-prices SALE STABLE Will llitttW TfDln ih liable on Dfwt itreet, I am prepared to train an! tirrak horv on raoaalle Ivrmt. County Court dar tri l Millcllft. KOOIm M-n I , JOIIXJI. V.tJtPKXTMUt, Kj stanfoiJ. WILLIS HOUSE, Miixsr, iticinio.Mi. "$25,000. 00 IN GO.U ! nnl. iu run lull j rr. i , ki J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. iForag')ol TalI ARBUCKLES" COFFEE YRAPPEBiS. 1 bit co AnJcIraoacl Ulterior, lioot 'iraplo rounii criiitri fi bo r Jay well furnlshe-- l rvuu, ttcUfl. Jul-l- y thl Dotal J 6" Premium, P re m i Puiriumi, Prerr.ium, SI, 000. 00 JACKSON HOUSE, KY. LONDON. hiiiI roiisomilile jO 1,000 I 200 PrmiMim, Pffrr'ijroj, S500.00 S2S0 00 SI00 0O S20.00 eae- - " " ' 550.00 F . B. RILEY, Propriotor. Tliiiroticlilj Hrnnanlrcl mill Ilrfnr I'nre nUlmt Ctirotirliout. flmt-cli- i poptilnr Homo. r'iniunH, In JL i.r l s,00 r a ii J BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment ounHs Scratches. Contracted Matc'.ei, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Scrsw jirlcii. Iray iimt iiIeIU laliiHiirn met y pot lie Porter of I lilt - oj il ElMlifiliifl -- Kewpcrt - Notj & Mississippi Vallsj C:. JCUISVIlll KlwAlBmJCHICAtoRlJL- DY DAYLIGHT the CANONS ot NEW RIVER and icfon th! tLLEGIUNIES and the BLUE RIDGE, patting WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summtr Rnwtt ol the Alleghany Mountain In Virginia. FI1TZST A NEW FAST MAIL -- Sciatica, Lumbago, Scalds, Stings, Bites, LKAVINO UOIII- - Rheamatiirn, SUMlilR CLIUA72 IN AMERICA. Barm, Charlottll-illle Spralni, Stralni, Stitches, . ' LOL'ISVILLE at OIXCIXX ATI Pally, aecurea to triTeleri StitfJolnU, Backache, Oalls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. Obtenatlon Cars from Kanawha Fall! ta jtr lit Breakfast to Supper) from April 1st to Decim TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS Worm, Swlnnej, Saddle Oalls, Files. STAND-DY Brnlsts, Bnnioni, Corns, nr- THE MOST RAPID SERVICE .niiixrclal tlieUhUitner aud (lilcitfto, and henco mot f juilorlul'.e traint the Ustcit time and Went all points la the.Sufi. or to th riicouutrrrt twlXortlitrvht la denominated T of thla trainl Limit-fiUtua dn all trunk V.rinwHM. Theiiprbrulllnil'ck w ulrw patroni Cnllmitvil Comfort. Itrl.i'i OiBcm In tbe fcoutb CirAtall Coui-oyou will lied our timo tallica and tlcketi, ray . Ever attempted bMweon the c clt-ictem-til- ONLY SOLID Lwlirillo, Cincinnati, and Lezlngtrn, t: rit THI3 COOD OLD LJ " ' m UM 1 11 MHM v; I A Jil 1 iniillttieaforeTerybodyeiactly what U.!at"ie! f rlt Onecf tlio rcatont for the great ip'ilarlty..f t!.o Jliutftti Llnlmrnt la found In It unlvcrnl nppllcnlillllr. I'TOrytKHlrnecUauchanietl. In Thr l.uuitirriiinn ncedt It liicaieof actl.leu' It for general family u. Tim Umiai-MlloneMl- a Tlirl Tlui i K.O.MrCOKMICK, t'Dirap. General Pasteuger CltylickHl AKenti andUmceri: Ky. 227 4ti Ave.. IuIitIIIk. E. A. I. M. Toaaicscic, 12J Vine it , Ciuclnnatl, O Ag-n-- Million, lion, getto Jlonon ud atlci: to pleaiani money and hare a want tou If r. needs It alway in till nif w r T I lare lour-De- Connecti In tame depot In Waihlngton for BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, Direct route to NEW YORK. I'aiiiu-- r necda It in on t lilittiick yard. Thn Tlie The .1iliitTiirxllttncaof I'lonirrnectalt-an'tKetaloItW rmergenry. without r lious. lilt ttab' i Tin-:! LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, And all polntt In tt In Tlu Miwiiiibont mnii or .(lit' lloiiliiiiiii niv t IllK'raliUpplyarloatand.-uliore- GREAT HORSE PAIR Or'THEfcTATI.. VIRGINIA nnd NORTH CAROLINA. -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON- .; yo. Ex SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBTION OV IS XlTKCT ! JlK J, '37. ln.tv No. 4 Dally Fun. i TIIK MADISON COUNTY FAIU A8OCIATION, TO UK 7 81 p A ii M a iu Lie IOiiIn te il nfl l ii. II V) a in Arr UiltiKton " Willi r'uliih r i.riii . U no n'r ,1 10 a m CbirlotMrllMV M Ju net) S 10 p ft II 10 a in friend and afc.t reliance. Thp MocU.srotTiT tiec.li It It will avo IU11 ilioutandt cf dollar and a world of triHiMa. Tim I tu mud iimu iii'ojtlt and willt.iv.t it lutii( at hit life It a round of accident an danjeri. Tim llncktvfloiliiiiiiti iiccJj It. Thorn hn t i In? like It at an nntldoto for tho daaerii to llf limb and comfort n h!ob itirrouin! th pluwr, Tliu .llcrrlinnt need Itatmut I.U tort'oiii in AcclJi-nwill !iip-n- . and when Ml thrto come tho JUntonic I.lnlinei.! It u ant' i a no. 1 1 r. t Tliu IIori'.fnncler ueeda It- -It It Lit -t eoonorny. Kcrpit lloitloiutlm llouno. Tit Keep n In the lxt'c IIKLD AT RICHMOND, TUESDAY, AUUUST !, And continue Kour Days. "Old I'olni furufiri " Norfolk 11 WatblliKtuu .. " llaltlmwrn 1'nlladflribU " New Vork ' Hlchmon I " Ne wjiorl X .. . . ... . p in lii p in II 10 p in 10 i li I SO p Hi .' .. . .. .... . 7 K) p 111 ii'Vo p in S J I ji in II 2S p in II 75 p 111 0 35 p in 7 00 p iu Iliiltlo llm I'lirlorr. lUlmmrilUte u In cae of accident avt-- pain and lott of waei Krrp u llottln Atwurlii tlio Miible tor un vliou vntttrit. 3 Oil u li. 6 'iO a iu 'A (10 m f, 'to ,i in d. TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES Upon tho Track each Day. tipeclal tralni to and lrom I'arlt, Cynthlana, Winch titer, lAjXlniiUn, DauTllle, Stanford. Lau. caiter, LlTlozston and all point reached iy the K.C.H. H. Troit'i celebrated Bind will furnish the Muilc. All Ladles Freo on the Fint Day. T. T. COVINGTON, J. P. HEIINDON, Aulitant Secretary Secretary; 211. K.B.TEKUIU.. I'realdeat. ForTlcVeta, HalM Ufiruutloii, etc, apply at Ticket orH(i) or mldreM MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNHIDE. W,(!.MII'llun 2d Vlt PrMldenl. niehni'inl. II. i tn' " Uuljf V I'tTM.KH lie ' Et. Propc A. Grand Com li nation INTERIOR Vnd THE JOURNAL This Old and Woll Known Hotel Still Maintains it Hiph Reputation, AND t im l.ciml!!t WALTON'S OPERA 8TANKOED, KY. HOUSE, Weekly Courier - Journal One year for oaly f:l two piinert for lis tie more taan tin prUeolooe. By paying u ii y m will ret tre lor ono yeai your home paper wltb the Oourli-r.Journa- l, the repruaeaiatlTw newiparwr.ui ih Siuth, deaiocrai-lcau- d forrt ttuld fur roTHiiUi- - only, aud the boat, brlghtett and anW t.imllj wky In tn United uraple Htateii. Tlim w i Icntr' t fsaiuiod dj jo at this vfflce. copy of tint Cuu.... .'.u:-- ;. Iti it Shall WALTON BROS. - - Propriotoa olieof 3tag, 10i50. Elijht miud ete iet ol Been. e:j. tieatln taraclty, Including gallery, ratr to cood attrictlom. Proprietor it Determined th: bo tJeoond to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare. Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Qaeiti K(K'r free of ;;::: ca "III be eon? eyed to and from tii 1' charge. Special aeroamodatloat to Commercial Tratelera, Tbe liar will tlwayt tnpollnl with tne rholient irtuJt y( Llijaort sad Clears.