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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887080201 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. Semi VOL. XVI. Stmi-SflctklBlnltti- imtowf Smiftuii STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1887. NO. 251. FOB SILK H, T. IWHII, & I LINCOLN ar lenrra I Tucmttuu AT C0UTt STOCK FAIR. A LONDON, LAUREL COUNTr. 7 i'llb'nidt wl Frltlnv SJ 1J311ANNUIiCAH1I. understood If we credit tht 11.40 will te Pvcted and demanded. W. P. WALTONA - Very Bad Negro. To the Editor of the iNtxilOR Jo C'r.Aii OmiiAiit), July :W. I have imt known nod rejected you aa i nun whnroiilil etoi I tf uv, a1 nccofl n enemy the I'tmice Aa advocate for tUhtreicar.lleM of C(nciuenct In thin regu.lin.' you, Met I no Invitation in writing thin letir, Die object of which U uiply to tntu plain faot - lc! tint)'nel br nny itjdilioH eltlier war, I refer to Joe Whitley by the kilKn of tbe Tjui Fish. There ha. tlreuly new krel deilmul ccncrnlni: the all ilr ami I need not dwell up in the detail' lonjer thui lu av I a by no knew bMli turtle well. Fiah mean, it ij itrreUouie or deiirtl Chirac ter Ol the CJiilrurr, lie wan one of the mni upriuht, trueit uentleaien t ever He was nerer known to meddle knew. eiceed wtth the it lira of othett ml intfly prudent in ezpreoiiui; in opinion on iv etihject. He nerer carried pistol, eel dici even kn'f. The pitl be did the etor a ilaojlini; with waa one he got in minute before the killinc took place. fe A man o' our town mw him when be got word may the pietol Htla a man wh-be utrictly relied upon, nd waa le'peclcM by all our cltizim. H ureal fault wn in lonn 1 17 well that fatal baveraite that ha Jk i t Ttnstrou fnii into the heart of million o' the beat and truest of our land When drinkiri: Tom was more thin minify plea.aut nod cjuiuiuuicalive, but would iailinily reent in inul. While I am no nJvocUe for the drunkard and don't feel tint biinc drunk ought to excti'e a uiau lor ciinuiiltin,; a crime, Mill I think in e otn to Finn' fitber and mother, be made in irgml to mention oulit to v the ch trader of tbe negro To imply that J e win a de'perale character, but feblf eiprmea the idea, for it telle nothing of the deep pirit of rererga that ninni feited Helf for yen after any injur bad bsen dane hitn. Ciearge Stepbeoeon, Finh and the urjjro bid 3tne trouble about n yetr ago over i white won ai of ill fame and Joe waylaid bath bojre, cuttlni; fitepben.on Ttry bidly, peiieiraiinu hi right lun, and g only the moat cueful treatment aud n eared hi life. Whitley afterward that he would have gone back and fjnlehed bim if he hvln't thought him dead He afterward wtylaid both boye, on more than two occasion. boitinc pibiiil that be intended to kill them if ever be got the "drop on them," etc. He wan n!iot for a'ealinB at Crab O chard Spring ;hot twice for trying to take a white worn in from a white mar; and eeveral lime had to leave her for alniilir otIeaie It wis a common iglit to eee Joe neated on the rock pile working out aome violation ol the Itw. He nhot h non,of Harrison Cnrlln, colored, for mining, the boy bein a mere child and tauoting Joe, aa children njmetimen will. He wa eiceenlingly impudent to white people and a teiror to hie own race. No one would hire him for any length of linn, for fear cf hiring to kill him or being kill-i- d by him. He had hii piMol letreled M Finh' brestt when he wan nhot, four nhotn being CreJ, two by the negro and two by l'itb. Ah I had the negro hired nt the t me, l iiad every opportunity to know him and have un'y ntated the truth concern inz him. There have been many good, Korlby men killed, whoo liven, were mi. ed, )ei who't' dealbn have been much fenn I'cpbrud thin thin negro' and whone mm-derlute been renpected an doing a ter-viAn to the Htatement to their country that he waa a great help to hin father, ic , it Ciii be proved that hi father wouldn't limn, allow him to may at home long at on account of hi Ir II ngnem, baiting bim I have only ntated fact that unmercifully I koow have c ually Irannpired under my own olnervation, and I feel nure you will publiah them fur thH nake of those whone mind miy ba alreidr prejudiced hy incor nro TllK crowd at the day of the Fail wan olmpiy immenne and t ie nhow of Block magnificent. There were not lem than lire enlreea in each ring and the animals were In nplendid condition The whole thing wan a nuccenn and we are glad to know lhat the alockholdem will get their money hick and probably a email dividend. The men who did moat toward making it no were I'renldent H II Biughman and Director I M. Bruce and Forenlui Reid and we vole to permanently inntall tlmm ai ot'.icem of the Lincoln Stick Fir AMOciiii a It ban been thoroughly demonstrated that Lincoln ccunly can have a tlrn Mm fair and we w. uld a'icgext lhat arrangement for a tier uianint organ r. itiun he luimediitelv etlcl ed A ntock cimpinT with capital of ? oiuht to be rained, ground fecured, baildingn eroded of a ubitautisl niture and the othtr niep taken to put them on a footing with the but lu the aec lion. Toe f jllowing in the lint of the awarded Friday 11 ll VERNON. ROCKCAS1LECOUN1Y. BANK NTOCK 2IMd 2H. Ut Jck unUr II t J. k Htoek 2 jtktt 1 10 2. yn and ofrItauKbrnan, I.ctI Hubble iiew., .' k, 2 M. b'. a. II. Hiugbiuic, proui. asd eft, crt. . 15 M. licit Jennet tinder 1 yein John (1. I.ynn, piwii , ri. 11. 11. Heit Miujhaiia, can. . 10 l?l yearn nI Hubble, prcM., U chart Jmoet.'i rr 10 H. Ileit Ltrl Hubble, r.m W. t.ftlliMte. Jlu'ei. Hortn Mule under 2 yean . 0bt, Jr , Iloyle, ( 10 Will O iertl6ele. Alxulr, Itoylc, jux-tic- e Ill-H- ltett Horae Jlule I yeara and oter lb Jobs Tumey Sn, lUjlt, prem., I'. Id. Ilulaea, (larrard, cert. Si. Heil Mare Mul. under 2 yeara 10 K. I". Woodn, jirem , Lel Il46ble, ert. by. Bent Mare Mule 2 yedriaod over 10 Hobble, prem.. John Tumey A tin, Itojle, certificate M mat Pair Mulra ahown la Hirmn 10 Lee, IluJwa A G) , Iliyle. prem, Levi Hubble, certiorate, a;. tlat Mare and Mule C.:i either tax. 10 I: I. Woodi, prem , I.erl Hubble, ter t, ii. ttet Mire and Horx' Colt eltbar ki. ... to J. I Brure, Iloyle, prem., A. I.. Denny, cert. Iloravi br Caddie I'urpoios. iJ. Kt MnlHon or t.Mln 2 j.iri aid under I j jo John II. Harrla, Boyle, prem ,ii C. (ilteoi, cert. 10. Iltit Malllon.x jwra nod uulir I lu John II Harrla, lljjle, prem , It. Harrla, cert. II IWnt Stallion I yearaanJ ofer .. 10 C. T. istodldie, premium, J. i: AJ.rt. Karrtr, certificate. 12. H.t Saddle Mare any are. ........ 13 Wm, Hue, ltijle, prem. and cert 11. Bent Saddle stalltoai any aje IJ C T. Sandldge, pnru , John IJ IJartlt, Byle, JtI . terlllnte. Mo-le- l Bins II. Meat sialllas, Mare or OeldiQg. stwclal rrealum by HocVer A Brlibt, Dealtra la J. i:. tiiiKrii, A Hardoaie, Ac 10 1. II: Tarrla, preui., Wm: Uue. Bsylf, certificate. Trunin; Itin-2.on the tract, left 2 n. hwti. Klrit j;S; tecood, 12 ii In 3, mile ftOO Nut awarJed. It jp clal Premium by Thouui Hublac, Ilrfler orTrottera-B- eit Olt ol any of the i,IS'i get ol bta lUllloq for ttieMiDn 25 T. C. Itoblnjon prew and cert. Mile heat (trot), bet 1 In 3, 33 00 Mlii Alma Haya. lit money, Ciarles UeBham, IS uliil,2d. Premium by Metcilf A Teller iiroierlw. Hirdvare, t'jilery. Ai Kasteit (ientleinen'a Si Idle Horse, daah half tulle :o J. W. Moore, preui., I'rlali I mo, rt llarueai Stock C'ontluued Mare Colt under ytar Is. 0 Ilobt. Mcllliter.pr.m , S. M aanJId, cert. U. IVitMare, 1 year and under 2 10 Wm. II. l'.oklmoD, lxyle, prem., Jack Uenley, rertlflrale. aj. Beat Mare, 2 jcara an I unJer S 10 roreatm Held, prem , C J. Uoty, (tarrird, cert. M. Brat Mare, J ywra and under I 10 II S. Iludtou, (iarrard, prem., I) I'. tatian, Boyle, certificate. IT. ht 1 fit. Beat Mare, I yoireanl ortr . 10 Wm. Buy, Boyle, prvm., Charlei Ueiibum, i'ulaakl, ... i, er ce certificate. Social I'reiatum br J. K. A J. It Far-rlBeat tiiKklliij Coll, either m. loo 10 jet of Silver Kit),? the eenon ol IMS C. I.. Carter, premium, i:it Itailey, (.arrant, cert. 31 Best l'ancy Mareor (leldliijlu Harnen 13 dvr ecus take. O.K. I'iIiiud, Boyle, prem , Wm Hue, Boyle, certificate. 15. Beat llarneuSUtllou aiiy ae t O. Win. line, uojie, rru,, n ii. uoiiiohiu, ivjjio, (crtltioata. y,. Beit Harnei) Mare any age 13 Wm. Hue, Borle, prem . Cnai. Uenham, I'ulaikl, cerllllcate. U. rrct alatjmtnt. Mont "Kanp., be denied that prohibition Tt cannot in Rhode Idand, after a year' experience, ia found to bt ao complete a failure that it i no extravagance to pronounce it a farce. It is cot even aproximately prohibiting the use of intoxicating liquor; resulting In any percepliclo it u not diminution nf drunkennena m compared with former yean -- Providence Journal mia-erable Lord Noodle (to Mr. London Blaine) -- ! 9w your diellngutabed coun- -t ynm yetterJaj. Blaine -"- Wtom do you meaL?" "Why, Buffalo Bill. You know him, of course." "No, I have never mtt him." Lord Noodle (aside to a friend) "This man Blaine ia an impoeter. lie la not Arkan-naacquainted In his own country." Traveler. Is Ollll Cou.vtuv Cowi.Va -- It m not in be wondered at that farmer and their families litter prolelii .igtiim n)lf invited guenta Cily frienda or ariiuintnre wno demand hO'pitaluy, do not aeeui to appreciate the fad that their presence keH the farmer's wife and datighiera in thehui kitchen and deprive them of nuuimer rent. The mont appalling instance of inia nirt of viaiting ia told of Cbautat'iiia, New York. A minis tor's wife, a frail little woman, w.u found 'just tired out and eick " She aaid ahe had been entertaining for the pint two daya a woman, who, a perlectatrauger, had come to viait her because he nad hetrd her hut band preach once, some yeira avio The country couaina ahould present board bills in emergencies i,averly. One of (he recent additions to tbe Fiori book makei it unlawful fjr any ollicial to give a free pas to any railroad salaried otlicerol the S tie or member of daataiuie little child ofCnauncey Bevel died Friday of cholera infantum A conflagration wan narrowly averted at the Itiley Houne again Thursday There were no defective tl len, no kirla with kero-een- e a and it is nuppj.ed to be a cane oi combuation, or a melting with "fr vent heal." Mre. Carrie Cbrintian and two little children, of Wisconsin, are with her sinter, Mr. H. I' Brown, thia city. Mins Lila Nortbcoteia in Cincinnati Hona M, J and J. II. Cook, of Pleasant Valley, were here Friday. We blunh to niy that iu our own local option town eome visiting villian detll out enough &t water to make two or three boys from tlo country drunk And disorderly on SiturJay. Afler much unbecoming con duct nud disturbance of peaceible cil zna, busine-a- , who were attending to their two of the bays were landed in jtil, not, however, until half the citizens in town were called in to nniiat the efficera. Let tie law be fully and rigidly enforced. Friday wis another "fielder" for tbe Liurel county democracy. The republicans have been terribly down in the mouth ever since Uiii. llardin so fearfully man gled the remains of the Hon. Waller Krace and from that lime forth they have been resolved upon revenge. In furtherance of this little pet scheme of thtirs they pre vallid upon Col. A M. Swope to ewoop down upon and devour un, and so the crisis ciuie. But "yengeance ia mine, faith the Lord," and I do assure you the republican are tbe last people in tbe world in whose hands the Giver of all good would place Ibis Important trutt, and so the best laid plans of men and devils in thia instance came all to naught. At the request of the democratic county committee the Hon. Aher (). Ciruth, ol louiaville, wag here to do ba't'e for the democracy on that day. He came to make a speech and a speech he was going to mike, but in order to silence the insinuation of the republicans that he was afraid to meet CjI. Swope in debate, he and the committee agreed to everything the republicans akeJ in order to have a joint discussion Col Swope and his bickers maneuvered in every way to get the advantage in the matter of time and finally agreed to an equal division, provided Mi. Swope should nave 30 minutes for a rea pone This waa agreed to by Mr. Caruth and at 1 o'clock sharp tbe fur began to tly Col. Sope led oil in an hour and a half of CjI eprecb, which bore the "ear-mar- ks HrnIIey," that ia it waa the slerejlyptd republican speech, made up of false charges and bloodyahirtism, Federal aid and buncombe, all ending In one incongruous mes, and all cheered lustily at every turn by the radn, as if they had never heard it before When Mr. Ciruth took the stand all eyes were upon the young democratic giant, tbe republicans with a demoniacal smile of triumph lighting their faces and tbe demo crats with eiprc'.ancy and hope beaming from every feature. But few eloquent sentence! bad fallen from tbe gifted lips until tbe golden fruit of the republicans had turned to ashei In their very mouths and the democrats were wi'd with enthusiasm. For Iwo hours the vast audience rocked and awayed at the will of the magnetic and magnificent speaker, and he closed amid a very storm of applause. CjI. Swope waa thunderstruck, for he had boasted that he did not fesr to meet the grandest democrat ic orator that ever lived. He had underestimated Mr Ciruth and autlered accord irgly. For 10 minutes he labored, break in the solemn compact with the democra cy as to the length of bis reply, to gain the had ground the eloquent Louisvillian wieted from him He satisfied hia friends iu n measure aud it is well, fur never before in tbe history of this county have two euch signal victories been gained as were won by Hardin and Caruth and the democratic heart swells with pride at the remembrance. A Kentucky reud Ended They had been on the outs for a long while, during which several of each family had been shot down either from ambush or auistump, when finally neighboring friends inlerferred and induced the two yet living to meet and sign article! of peace. Afler each had made his mark to the peace paper all hands took a drink to seal the agreement, Then they took another drink to seal it Btronger, after which, as they were leaving the grocery, one said to the other. "Now, Bill, thia ia supposed to kiver all that has passed, and I hope we'll both try to forgit and forgive." " Yes, Sam, ezceptin' ore thing, and that I'll be gol ia the killin'of the ole man. darned if I kin ever furgit that. I kan'l, Sim; kan'l furglve." "Taln't a bit worse, Bill, nur the killin' of my oldest boy Jim, one of the brightest boyain the land, who could knock the eye out of a man at a hundred yards every pop. Trill's somethin I kin't furgit, neither." "Tnen it wer yer boy Jim that killed the ole man, en? fur be wa shot in the left aon-taneou- Rev. Cnrmlchatl pre.ctnl here Sun- WHEAT WANTED ! I day i)r Dvi has no oppinitiou f.)r office of superintendent if ichooln. The Bepuhtico-prohibperp- le sreuning whisky wih a vim io corrupt the tannest voter Hon. J K. McClary has returned from Hot Springs, Jf. C, noniewlut improved in health. I have (old a half interest in my bmi. ntss and must clone up old account. Come in and settle. Last call F. L, Thompson. Sunday the big chiif and follower were in 'own atundirig to the spoils and rfiraggteis. Prohibition for policy and re publican for revenue Casper Williams' neighbor, Thomas Taylor, proposes to be as charitable as others and has agreed lo board a 121b girl who cinie to his house Friday morning. Did the JV have referenco to any of our cil'uns when" it made the following al legntiot? "A three years undisturbed possesion of a setter dog will destroy the veracity of the bis man in America." I have just purchased from a Phila-delphbouse the large"! and beat lot of clothing ever brought to Me. Vernon Shipments will arrive about Auguet 10th. See them before buying, it will pay you. F. L Thompson. Mr. J. J, Thompson has purchased a half interest in the merchantile business of hia brolbir, F L. Thompson. The new firm intends to keep a full slock and fell low for cash. The etyle cf the firm ia now F L. Thompaon A Bro. Some of the boya tilled up on prohibition whisky Saturday and had a little set-t- o on the back streets with rocka, (sticks, &c. No one seriously hurt, but one man got a considerable thump in Ilia back from a rock nod one got his cir "chawed." -- From present indications it appears that the enterprising citizjn who got up the dreim on Ward didn't get it properly arranged. It lock' as though he will cap. ture those ducke, Webb,'and all. It ia ever thus. It won't do to depend on catching votes from the old putiea to elect prohlbl-tionlatKnights of Labor and what not When it comes to the scratch the old parly leadera generally whip the weak kneed onea back into line. For tbe want of something better, Webb's opponents have been induetrioUBty preaching that in Ward is defeated the price of labor will fill to 25 cents per day, aa though Webb had the regulating of wages, and in case be did have, could he be so foolish as to wish his own wagea reduced to nothing? Toe strangest part of ilia tbe number of people who are ready to believe all this buncomba circulated by tbe republicana. For a while it appeared that W. C. Webb, the Labor candidate, would run Ward a pretty close race, but it seems at this writing that Webb cannot bold the vote of the so called Knights of Labor and the voles he gets from the democrats will not be so numerous as was expected. The republicana are working like beayeta for both county aodStatelickets, ueing whieky, money and any and all sorts of statements in working on tbe voters, in fact tbey are in no way particular aa to the truthfulness of their campaign talk. Any and everything is used that they think will make a vote Tbe democrats are doing little if anything at all. We would not be surprised to see the county go 100'republican. -ia s, I with to sell Kirtr-- f v tibarci of Kint N'at-lorBank stock ot dlnufurt. If not aolJ privately will jell publicly Cjuaty Court Day G. A. BENEDICT STIMOIII), CO., .m7: NA Po,,a' tne Mmajer of tha Stanford Boiler Mill! Company will purcluio Wheat Pa rllei ., wlanlrj? In mII nr nt.hm.. a.KA in ..11 aeehlmat the Mill. 241. 1 1 STANFORD ItOLLKH MILLS COMPANY. KI.SiTCKa. I am MIIiMSTEItY. dallr opening an elegant line of Spring and Summer MUllnerj, Including all Also Notions, auch as Handkerchiefs, Collars and Cutis, KucnlDg, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You will and me at the rooms lately vacated br 8ml-l- er A Warreu, next door to th Mvers House. 162-2- Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. arWelli Drilled to order and pumps at lactory prleei. fdn.ihW The Latest Novelties of the Season. '.'n-- t f ICE! ICE!! ICE! I will deliver to regular ciitotusri ta an 1 vicinity everv morning At dtanlord KATE VVItOEUAIt. JAS. WM, One Cent Per Pound. AeconnU due at the when Customer nulls AVRKS. cloo of each t nioitu or AYRES& GIVENS, 311 Notary Public. '.. OIV1 as, it k n it now ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fifth Street, ou 1MIOTO G It A1MIE it IiOUISVIUXiE, Block. Itooms 3 and C'romle 5, E. H. FOX, ICY. (ttf-ly.- ) tlWAXVILLE. KY. Haa removed to bli elegant now bu.Idin; opposite the post (life and la better than ever prepared to acxotnmodata the public with tins pi' Hires from Photographs to life size. Satisfaction guar I PEARSON & CLARK, teed. Wholesale Grocers 12 & Stanford Female College. ALEX. S. I'AXTO.V, l'KES. Next Seitloo will . s a 1ST Of ThUrSday, on ' ' LEXINGTON. , KY.. Id Went Main Street. , . 203-6- TAXES ! TAXES -- ! The New Kevenue Law adds six per cent, to all Taxes unpaid by the int day of September n 'tl.dlQ inma mr ... .. nriii . trill ntivn rn mtnotr if hu nuaia-- i bWltiO tut, w wnn 1 Instruction thorough, and discipline kind, but ward and setl'e. T. 2m. ElVLAn, 3. L. C. firm. Graduates onloiir dlUereot courses arranged to suit the tastes and capacities of girls. Oilers special attrac Ions in the Departments of Art and 2J'j.-t- f Music, trend for catalogue. the ,LlKu?--SrCAJM- Vii September - I. NEWCOMB IKOTET. MT, VERNON, KY. n DANVILLE FAIR. AUG. 2, A . Jt & 5. This old and Hotel Is still maintaining ita fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Special attention to the traveling public. Jf. P. XEirt'OJIIt, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. m .Splendid Show of Stock Gimruutceri. SIuhIc by EICII-HORN'- S IJJLXI). R. S. UABTI.V. J.SO. JT. PEBKIM3. IIbodhead, Kv , May, ls37. Albright .t Martin beg to Inform their many friends and customers ol he change In hrm name to For CiiiH-loRH- J. iiiiaf to the Secretary. W. J. IaYLE, Prew. M.MEYKIt. Seej'. 3IAI6TIX A PEIIKINS. Tne new firm hoi s, not only to sustain the reputation of tbeold, but intends to make many improvements in tbe manufacture ot tobacco which will be to tbe interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Loaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past favors and asking lor a continuation of your traJe, Itespcctfully your. we remain, 31AUTIS dD VERKIXS. 6 5 Cm cj 6 A1TTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! s DR.I.S.BUIIDETT, OCULIST. atLirJvy BRODHEAD, KY. lyeara, and caaes Speof all disot patients 220-6- Has had an experience ol over fifteen has successfully treated hundrels of cial attention Is given to the treatment ease! of tbe eyea. Name and addrets cured given on application if desired. L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R, TllK U8BAT T1IKOUG1I TRUNK LINE 10 THK of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Thousands SOUTH & WEST WITH Pullman Palace Sleepers. Louisville Atlanta, to NiinIivIIIc, .11 But the discovery of a remedy that. itin!y cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its eflicacy only requires a bottle is enough for trial. A It is guarUninteuesti.no Keauino. Literature one hundred chickens. of is in high demand among sailors on a long anteed. If, after using voyage. They will even, in their desire of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly helping pass tbe monotonous days, read the satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned same bcok at least a dczen times, "I once knew a sailor," says an English and your money will be refunded. seiuian, "who tould just spell out an easy DR. W. B. PENNY, aanience with difficulty, to pore for weeks 50-centwo-third- cm phis, s Montgomery, laittle Kot'k, Mobile and New Orleans, Daly one change to points in Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS eceklut; hoiuea on tbe line of thia road will receive special rates rive Agents of thl Company tor rates, routes Ac, or rllo C. P. ATMOKE, O. P. A T. Ay Louisville, Ky over an old algebra as deeply absorbed in it as a maiden auut in the 'birth, death and marriage' portion of her news piper. ''When he had come to the end he said to me: 'I'ye heard :t lot of talk about that algebra book, but I've read every word of it right through from beginning to end. I don't think it is no ways interesting.'" Btiinmrrt. - DENTIST, - Kentiioky On Mount Offlto on Lancaster Whitney, the highest mountain in Califor- kiorJodrnal office. street, tioit door to toIntb. 12 a Office hours from 8 m, and 1 to 5 P. u. Anettbetlci administered whec nia, at a level 14,000 feet above tbe rea oecoaaary. .l and 1,500 feet above the timber line, where there is no soil and no moisture, save snow, hail and ice, there grows a little tlower, shaped like a bell flower, gaudy in colors of red, purple and blue. It is called Jacob's ladder and ita fragrance partakes of the white jasmine It blooms alone, for it not 0eo only has no floral associate, but there is no Shortest and Quiokest Route from tral Kentuoky to all Points North, creature, not even a bird or aa insect, to East, West and Southwest. Fast Llna Between keep it company Eareka (Neb) Senti Mol-lyr- Lonely Jacou's Laddek. f9H0S d ! The Knaba, the famous Deck. erA Sou, the popular and reliable Everett. TUa celebrated Clough & Warren, and the John Church A Co 'a LI. I. "ilIueGrn8 Ilonte." Any one deslrlmr an elenant and duril,1. um. steal Instrument win uo well to examine oar prices bafore purchasing. Wear agents for tbe n Joan Church A Co., and will war- rant our Planoa for seven years, and our Off an. mr uio ycro mi cTereu riano ana tne ciougn A Warren Urgm are the beat and moat reliable can be seen at tbe poitotllce lu Stanford, where Miss Ilosn Ilicbards will state prices, etc. Persons who navo purchased tbess Instrumenta will testify to their durability and elegant flnlih . We will be glai to serve the public, and guaran. tee satisfaction. Elder W. L. Williams, of Huitonvllla. also represents the John Church A Co., and will be pleai. ed to serve bis friends. Instruments manufactured. Oar Instruments nel. The original nf tbe term LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Ijncb law is va A farmer aald: "Oje thing I don't like be either so atuck up ycu can't reach 'em with a hay alack about city folka - they po'e, or o blamed friendly to piy ibeir board." that lint ther forget on me, William." "Sam, git ready to go after your boy, Other authorities maintain that the phrare theS'ale Leginiature. Jim." is derived from a Gov. Lynch, who was a "And Bill, you git ready to foller the ole stern ruler in Ualwar Ireland. He hanged Boycotting ind b ack liming were m:i ie man." ctlu-r- s went the pistol of each and his only son out of the window of his own by itie lint Illinoia L;uU. penal Bins', bant;! The verjr window from lure. The law is a good one. It pro'ecla Sam went after hla boy and Bill followed house in 1526 New which the young man was hung ii etill both employer and employe, fBiltimore the old man, which evled the feud. pointed out (0 travelers." American. York Liar. eyt." "Don't draw Through tlckota and baggage checked to anj destination reached by a railroad. For full particulars, call on any agent of the company, or a F. 6. MORSE, D. A.FKELEY, Piedmont. Va., who was elected by hi Oen.Paao. Agent, Trav. Paw. Agent, neighbors in 16S3 to summarily try of Covington, Kv. Lexington, K.) 1H. E. HUNTINGTON' Kecelver. Ky. fenees on the frontier, because there were tieneral Offices, Covington, no law courts within seven miles of them. rioualj given. Webster says that "the term ia derived from James Lfnch, a farmer ol H. II. Jb li. BKKKHKNCKa, J. COOK, Agents. youiO wmli!lyr?coramnd John D. Carpeuter, Uustonvllle; J. M, Elmore, Stanford, James Beailey, Stanlord; J. M. Philips, Stanford; A, it. t'ennr, tiunforj; Mrs. Fannie Farra, Lancaater; Uen W, J. Lan Irani, Lancaster; Charles Sandldge. Junction City; W. M. Payne, Preachersville: Mrs. K. M. Carpenter, Stanford: Mrs. Maggie Holmee, Crab Orchard O. T. Wal133 lyr lace. Uncuter. rar.ilo '1 Til 1 I1AT.V fOearftQU.'l ni ul s.uair!ourt. Ur& Ml known 10 utl.iuonotttuxa an! (.let. ith.bi, ,mt.tf 11 llTj:iCiB!uKi. Cincinnati,! Ohio. by Its tvtiy bjinwtuf,U.o...ata JM., HthT in 10! 1 oittlJtr. an I Alctt Sol 1 HDHOEON um.-oju- laaTJS F. HUFarAMAlY, KY. DENTIeJT, A Ll.l, Y BTANFOBD, ia Haiun.N. 'jr fa; 41.0 Dnjf 1 liti. Main ei e 1, .no 1001s ow tu Jiysrs Uotili rur. Mirnus Oxide Qai alulalater d wheal a:ds KUUIItU. fcA.fciB-- - aA-- fin M., .. jSimMffleeklp. $nicrior$ounrai Stanford, Ky - NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. H. S, Veach bus been appoin'el administrator of Dr. 8:andiford. There have been 173 esses of yellow fever and 41 deaths therefrom at Key West. The liabilities of C. J. Kershaw A Co , the defunct wheat clique house of Chicago, are $1,300,000. Ignatius Buchanan died in the Jeffer-sjnvill- e (Ind.), penitentiary after 21 yuir s imprisonment, for the murder of a f lithle is wife. He was 70 years old. Clarifsa Sidener, colored, died at Lexington, aged 113. She had 9 children, II grandchildren, 72 grandchildren and 27 great-gregrandchildren. Heavy rnins in the neighborhood of Columbus, G., during the past four days did immense damage. It is estimated that the loss will not be less than $1,500,000. Tfcc national committee of the prohibi tion party is called to meet in Chicago November 10, 18S7,-- to transact business pertaining to the national convention of the party. Mimee Bites, aged G7, died in Columbus, Oaio, from tbe effects of a criminal assault, which she says in her statement was committed by Noah Huston, who is under arrest. Prexel, the banker, has offered to donate the Mount McGregor callage in which Gen Grant died to surviving union soldiers cf the late war in perpetuity, to bs managed and controlled by trustees, Coarles W. Reed, who defended Guit-ea- u, and who attempted to rob the cash drawer of a hotel in Nxw York a dav or two ago, Siturday jumped from a ferry boat into the North river, narrowly escaping drowning. The St. Louis express on the Oaio & Mississippi was completely wrecked abcut five miles west of Aurora. The axle of the tender broke while the train was going 40 miles an hour. The mail agent was killed and 22 persons wounded. An Iud.ana man catching his wife and ante-morte- ELECTION RETURNS. The Republicans Carry Lincoln and Various - August 2. 1887 W. P. WALTON. AsCEUALthe democrats of Ihls county thoroughly organized and not only cast were caught napping by being gullible their full strength, but imparted coons from enough to take the unsolicited asseverations Garrard and elsewhere. On the other hand of a man whom they had regarded as a genthe democrats were careless and quite a tleman and above telling a premeditated number, of whom better things might hare lis. By pjuring into the ears of thoie he been expected, played into the hands of the had deceived as to his real character and radicilsby voting for the prohibition ticket. by the vilest abuse of Bobbitt, whom he The yote in this precinct stood: No. 1, claimed that Pettus would defeat by 800 to Backner 225, Bradley 231, Fox 43, Peltus 1,000, Base Davison, who owns and uses the 12. No. 2. 21(5, Divison 217, Babbitt republicans of Lincoln at will, throw them Pettus, Buckner 211, Bradley 211, Fix entirely oil their guard and it was not un205, Divison211. Babbitt 27. Bradley's til Sunday morning when the proof came majarity at the two voting plic? 9, Divis direct and clear that be had had himon's 40 Just 116 denncrals ainst ISS'3 self placed upon the ticket for representafilled to vole here. tive that they would believe that he was as Pttus curies Crab 0;chitrd by 41, Waltreacherous as it was shown. Even then nut Flat 14, Kings Mountain 23, Turners-vill- e Tbompsie Cooper, God bless his honest but 15 and Hmtonville 31; total 127. credulous soul, would not believe it, nor Divison, Stanford 40, Highland, 112, Waynes-burwould be be convinced until Divison ap5; total 157; majarity over Pattus 53. peared before the committee of democrats Specials to tbe Interior Jocrval. then holding a meeting and excitedly said: Ckau OnciiAiiP, Aiu 1, 7;15. Statefor "Gentlemen, you oughtn't to cuss me ment at close of pill: Bicknar 1M), Brad:9 doing what you have been trying to do for ley 215, Fox 57, PattJs 22). B.bbitt 33, I've got him in a years, beat Babbitt. Divison 179. J. II. Collier, Clerk. hole so deep that the d n scoundrel will BRODHLAD, ROCKCASTLE COUN TY. Ki.vo3 Mountain, Auk. 1, 7.42 p. m. me all never rise again He has lied on Pettus 23 majority here; Divison small maitev. I'ike failed to fill bis appointover the county and I have got him down jority at Wavnesburg. J. II. Watts ment here last Bjnday on account of sick last." ABked if Petlus would be up he at hesitated and hawed and finally said in Louisville, Aug. 1,9.12 r m. -- Buckner ness in his family. On town trustees htld a meeting last Mr. Cooper, carries the city by 2 500 or more. Kstur ns answer to the question from me this moroing that you from the Statoconic "lowly, but all favora- week and appointed I. N. Newland and W. "Didn't you tell C. Cable trustees of tbe 1! rod he ad school to E Polk Johnson. ble to democrats. were not n candidMt?" "Yes, I am not a succeed T. A. Harris and J. E. Woody ard. candidate, I have never announced myself," Lancaster, Aug. 1, S.29 r. m At the A little child of Mr. Hencely's came but acknowledged that his name would be close of the polls in the town precincts the poll books. This was euffiicent and Bradley 49s, Fox near drowning by falling into a tub of wa. on the yote etaod Backner 39 1, a few days since. Miss Dollie Burdette the scales were at last lifted from the eyes convention 00 1, ter 44, for constitutional has been suffering from chills fjr the pat willfully of the fiiende he had basely and against 210 Bradley' majority in the two weets. deceiyed. He had protested that there county is at least 300- - W. A. Anderson for Miss bailie Hutchison and daughter, would be no regular republican candidate no opposition. Election representative had Miss Bille, of Stanford, are the guests of -- r,.! in nmrp in P.ttii and others his de , B -- ....-.-- ,.. very quiet. Mrs. Litz e Butner Mrs. Carr.e Dyas and eire to defeat Bobbitt be offered to put August 1, 7 20 r. m -C- aun-ty hide daughter, IUieiIi, of Crittenden, are Danville, them and poured a kettle l books at Highland, one of Bab poll for democratic State ticket. Fiy, repub- tae guests of Misses Ainu and Neville of bailing water on their prostrate bill's strongholds, the name of one republi JuH lican, probably elected representative over Cirson Miss Maltie Crow, of Stanford, is orn19' B we horribly seeded and it Lyle, democrat. can and at Hustonyille that of another to A. A. ANDERSON. visiting tbe families of Messrs. R. S Martin thought the womin will die. We have all take his votes from him. 10. This preand J. E. Persin. J, II Albright, who Mt. Vernon, Aug 1, nag been a posiai cierK at Kansas Lity alone contended that the republicans would arrested for robbing tbe mails. He punc- cinct voted as follows: Buckner 223, Brad-le- y has been spending several tnonthi in Kanspring a candidate at the last moment and 310. Ward, the republican candidate sas, returned home a few days since seemtured letters with a badkin and with a that no confidence should be placed in the for tbe legislature, 2J0; Webb, the Labor ingly well pleased with his stay. Miss Alascertained their contents. If no word of such a creature as Divison, but money or postal notes were seen the punc- candidate, 211; Melvin, prohibition candi- ma Cirson has lately moved into her new of those who thought him worfor the sike date, 1 Ward will carry tbe county by dwelling on Callege Avenue and will be tured places were obliterated with rubthy of belief we did not care to unnecessa175. Two or three small difficulties occur prepared to accommodate a number of rily raise a row. It may be claimed that ber. Goyernor has ordered 00 men of red during tbe day. The most serious one boarders when school opens in September. Toe the democrats had no right to expect . the State Guard, with a Gatling gun, under occurred at the depot between Steve Prew Oar American dairy inWreols are start-lingl- y Davison to tell them the secretu of his pir-tyitt and Jack Baker at about 4 o'clock. command of Msjar L. W. McKee, of enormous. They represent an invest True, but no gentleman will yolun-taril- y to report to Judge A. E Cole, at Prewitt was standing on the platform with ruent of nearly five times as much as the or involuntarily lie and place himMorehead, next Monday, These men will a loaded musket which he has been carry pnttri rmnlr nt (ha. nnnntv. tUmt l self in the attitude that Davison has done. , be required merely to preeerve order in tbe ing for some months. Biker, in a jawn,, . M This is the character of the individual ' ' and f court and will not be ordered to duty as manner told him to take bis gun and go $071,000,000, while the dairy Interest whom the democrats by failing to vole special bailiffs. home. They exchanged words for a while amount to $3,000,000,000. The number of going eff on prohibition have assisted in A fire in Cincinnati Friday destroyed when Baker, who was standing on the track, milk cows is estimated at 21,000,000. They electing to the legislature. With less pol16 houses, mostly tenements, each occupied made a rush at Prewitt, Prewitt leveled give each n average of 350 gallons of milk ish than Bobbittf he is fully as 'unscrupuby several families, also four dairies with his musket at Baker, but it was knocked up annually. This would make an aggregate lous, and has forfeited what little respect 165 head of cattle; seven other buildings by Andy Norman. Prewitt managed to milk production of 7,350,(MO,000 gallons, a that has been given him. were badly damaged and many others get his gun in shape bsfore Baker reached miniature ocean, a fair sized Niagara. Four In view of tbe fact that Speaker Carlisle slightly eo. The loss is about $300,000, him, firing into his breast and left wrist. thousand million gallons are used for butwas in such wretched health during the with not over $25,000 insurance. Fifty Biker seizjd the gun and chaeed Prewitt ter, 700,000,000 for cheese and tbe remaincampaign as to disappoint nearly every as- families were rendered homeless. around the depot and knocked him down. ing 2 430,000,000 pass through the adulter-atin- g sembly that expected him, we propose a A single highwayman stopped and Prewitt escaped into Walk Newcomb's hands of the milkman and grocer and eubecrtption for his benefit, the money to robbed two stages between Austin and house when he was arrested. Baker had down tbe throats of 60,000,000 men, women Fredericksburg, Texas, recently. He bound two bullets extracted and rode home horse and babies in the land of freedom. Toe .A. be used in sending him to some health rephysicians to and gagged one of the drivers and when the back. J. M. sort and paying a couple of quantity of butter manufactured and used Laurel went republican 550: work on him. We will head the list with other stage came up performed a like office is abaut 1.3a0,000,000 pounds and of cheese Buckner carries Madison by abaut 100 $100. Anything taken from cne cent up for its driver and then leisurely robbed the 0,500,000 pounds. The value of our dilry and duly acknowledged. John is too sick- mail pouches carried by each, after which and Cherault for representative by only 25 proJucts for the last twelve months was NOTE!. ly entirely, especially when he is wanted to he mounted his horse and gallopjd away nearly $500.000,000.(a Tuis is $20,000,000 The dirly bottom rail is oa top that has and will continue without having received any injury. serve the paity more than the value of our annual some good work. Wallace Varnon did to honor him, if he will get well. In Chicago Friday a three story tenewheat yield, while it closely approximates Trilling democrats and prohibition that of our corn crop, which is tbe most val In 1S81, Gov. Knott's vote in the State ment house was on fire. All of tbe inmates, cranks did it. it was thought, had been rescued, when uableofour farm pioJuc's. To support was 133,015 and Morrow's 89,181, majority The coons were driven up and voted like suddenly a woman with a babe in her arms this immense dairy herd 103,000.000 acres for Knott 44,434. They were the only can- third-stor- y window. A sheep by Boss Davison. of pasture land are required, worth $2,500,- rilriatM in the hi d. This time there were appeared at the It is now believed that Divison and Bab- 000,000. fireman forced bis way up to the room, tied It is easy enough to see, therefore, foureetBof candidates and figuring on the bitt were in collusion. that the 4 000,000 in this c unlry are an imdemocrats going off on prohibition and the a rope about the mother and child and lowThe radicals polled just 14 more rotes portant element of our national welfare labor ticket the republicans have led them-eelv- ered them from the window. The rope was in Stanford than in 1SSG. too short and left the belp'eje woman sus to think they would elect their tickand prosperity. New York Herald. A large majority of those voting did so second-storwindow, et. The result shows bow their calcula- pended in front of the A striking instance of labor saving ma from which dimes were rushing as from a for a constitutional convention. tions miscarried. Poor old Lincoln! She does not deserve chinery is that which makes tin cans. One furnace, where she and her child were of tbe machines used in the process solders The Oaio republicans renominated Little slowly burned to death, tbe people below to be represented by such a creature. Harrodsburg went republican br 200. the longitudinsl seams of the cans at the Breeches Foraker and a full State ticket. being powerlesi to help them. The platform endorses 8enator Sherman All ofthe effects of the lateDr.E. D. Curry is probably elected over Pfiil Thomp- rate of 50 a minute, the cans riming aloog in a continuous stream; of course a drop or for the presidency, favors a protective tariff, Btandiford have been diligently searched son, Mr. J. P. Craw, the McKinney druggist, two of solder is left on tbe can. The drop declares against unrestricted immigration for the purpose of finding a will, but none has our thanks for special favors in tending on the outside is easily wiped off, but it is O EF. WATE HB from foreign lands, denounces Cleveland, can be found. Nor did the dead man make JOHN I DAVIS news by telegraph. eulogises the little ass, Foraker, and takte any marriage contract with his third bride. election not so easy to secure tbe drop left on the Fully 50 negroes from Garrard are inside. An ingenious The Ohio a crack at creation eenerally. workman has patentIn consequence his vast estate must be di- thought to have voted in this prectact and ed an arrangement fcr wipirg the inside of republicans are nothing if not windy and vided as tbe law directs, This gives the then left to try it again at borne. meanly partisan. the can without stopping the machinery. widow one third of the personalty and one Divison wrote to tbe prohibition iets a third life interest in the realty. The resi- Turnersville yesterday, we are told, telling Result, several thousand dollars in royalThe Louisyille limts has proved in open ties in his own pocket and a saving of $15 court that Its circulation in Jefferson coun- due of the estate must be equally divided them that he had withdrawn from the re Doalora In worth of solder per day to the firm that ty alone is over 10,000 and as that is more among tbe seven children. If fhe widow publican ticket and was running on tbe prouses it, Thirty thousand cans is a day's than any other paper, its mother included, desires she may surrender her dower rights hibition. It Beams as if nothing is too low work lor thi machine. e, been awarded to it. and elect to take a child's share. If they for the little trickster. the countr printing has There are 150 female physicians in There never wae a brighter or more suc- were to do thieehe and the children would OARRARO COUNTY OEPARTMEN 1 . New York, while more thin double the old. nor one moredeserv-edl- y each get from the estate about $150,000 In cessful three-yea- r -number are to be found in Brooklyn and Lancaster. to. It does not take tbe public long any event young Mrs. Btandiford, who was Among those in Tcoasps Arnold sold to B. F. Rabin-so- n other adjicent cities. a poor girl three weeks ago, is good thing. one to catch on to a New York City it is said there re quite a 40 hogs at $4 90. of the richest young widows in Kentucky. States Senator, There is an Rsv. Wm. Stanley, of Nicholasville, is number who have inclines of $10,000; two Our stock is comprehomive and brand new and prioes suit oven the closest Louisville Truth. who was aUo once assistant secretary of the or tbree make yearly sums ranging from holding a protracted meeting at Antioch. of close buyers. Come to s se us early and often. treasury, now holding a $1,400 clerkship in Is there anything that will positively recame in to $15,000 to $20,000. and one has averaged Armstead Adams, the Quartermaster General's office at Wash- move freckles from the face of a person? vote. It is needless to say he voted the for the last four years a steady income of $25,000. ington. His name is Sawyer and he is Nothing will entirely banish freckles, al straight democratic ticket. from South Carolina. It would be hard to though a wash made by dissolving tbree Tobacco warehouses and factories may in Mrs. R. II. Fox lost a pocket-boobeat it into bis head that the utes of adver- grains of borax in five drachms each of rose February last containing $5 40 and found burn at this season of the year without sity are sweet. causing much inconvenience, but when a water and orange flower water is said to be it Sunday, with tbe money all O K. Scientific American. What will we have to talk about, now soap laciory Durns in juiy u is inueeu a Tbe 'fablers and several other railroad excellent. When perspiration cannot be that the election is ovei? We fear the oc calamity. contractors at Chattanooga, assigned with IW OkULH PERSONA!.. IN TENHES3E EXCHANGE. met with soap, a man might as well be in cupation of come of our citizioe is gone. liabilities of $100,000 "We are rejoiced to know that J, C. Rack-bel- t, Courier Journal, lut.TjJ ) laO? r Drugs, Books, Stationery and I have one of the best monogram en- Cincinnati. The $1,000,000 guarantee fund for the the prince of gentlemen and czir of voii- -. Cincinnati Centennial Celebration has been gravers in the State and fill nil orders the Every poultry raiser should keep on Fancy Articles. culture, has secured the contract for buildSend your orders to hand a bottle of Ganter's Chicken Cholera completed with $28,000 over. ing tbe plank sidewalk in front of tbe Gib- same day received. accurately coiopoundinl. 2t A Greenwood (Miss.) dispatch says The Jeweler, Lancaster. Cure It is guarantee! to cure. Sold by Fhvriclani' rrfwilplloni -- Alo son block. He is a gentleman of tbe old Thompson, 10 A. M , a good vote has all druggists Evans, colored, who killed Bob George At this hour, school and knows a good piece of plank been polled in tbe two town precincts with Harris, was lynched by negroei. Please Bear in Mind; when Le sees it." Miss Van Lew, who gained some notothe vote between Buckner and Bradley l. That our subscription price li I per year " What did Adam and Eve wear befor pretty close. Tbe prohibition vote is not when paid strictly la advance and $2.53 when sot The Largest Btook of Watches, Olookt, riety as a spy in Richmond during the war, and who in consequence of her real or sup they put on aprons?" asked the teacher. showing up very much. Col. Bradley says so paid. Jewolry and Silverware 2. That we do not publish anonymous commuposed services has been kept in official po- And after a moment's silence the new boy this, Monday morning, that he is sure to be nications, Ever boagbt to tblt market Prices Lowor than sition eyer since, has resigned from the from Hardacre Crosslols said: "Notbin' elected. By tho timetbis goes to press the j 3, That we do nat recelre pottage statupi for the Lovtft. Watchei, Clocks and Jewelry Unpaired on iboit notice and Warranted. but bathin' suits."-Burde- tte. uUcrlptlon unless to make change. I postoffic department. tale will be told. 3-g The Outlook Other Counties. Not Promising. The election here yesterday was devoid of incident of no exciting character. There was fortunately nothing to drink, consequently noboJy got drunk and nobody quarreled or fought. Toe republicans were Miss Frankia Hsmpton, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting her mother at the Miller Mrs. I'.Utio Miller and Miiees Hotel Mary and Maggie Miller are it Eitlll Springs. C C. Stormea and wife are at Hale's Well. R. R. We.it, of Washington. D. C,!s at his father's in the country. Mrs. B. M. Burdett is in Lancaster from Killarney Fia, Messrs John Murphy and James Stevens, former cltlzjns of Garrard, now living in Kmnis, are visiting friend here. They are both quite enthusiastic about their adopted homes, llogh Logan is at home to yote. He saw Mr. W. T Burdett at Shelby ville, and says he is well and hearty. R. A, Burnside's new residence is rapidly approaching a finish. Mrs J. D. White, of Memphis, is visiting the family of Cal. D. R. Callier. Bro. Allen, of Dinville, preached at the Christian church on Sunday C D. Peacock, of Bry antsville, was in town on Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Johnston hax returned from a visit to her parent in Iawa, accompinied by her sister, Miss Stewart. Miss Mittie D.nny has been visiting in Sielbyvllle. Miss "Tony" Vaughsn is in town. Miss Kennedy, of Kirkville, is visiting Miss Annie Mulllns. P. Parrot left for Louisville yesterday, where he will go into the sewing machine business Mr. Chenault and her nieces, Misses Lfzz'e and Mary Bsatley, of FortScolt, Kansas, are visiting friends and relatives in this county. ' 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. SB90B ft fflGBOsBraVB ZEnTXIT -- J"IR,S j .A.T- a"'. ''e T. R. WALTON'S. FIFtTTIT CAWS AT g, ......... I. WAIAO -- SCYTHES & SNATHS T T. R. WALTON'S. sy- BACON WANTED -- T. R. WALTON WATERS & DAVIS, ---- MAIN Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. STREET, STANFORD. KY to-d- E-q- ., k jL w JEWELER. PHARMACIST, 'inn, i v ;J iwirmj5rrs scv 'gat.-- wmm WK W UWWM . I mtmmmmjmmmmmummimi Juikik VAKNOK niljiiimo' th county The Commercial Hotel, Louisville, K y., has reducel its M' to $1 00 per day. " ourt ojrtT from Stanford, Ky B. yeali'riUy (ill toils. NOTICE. Members of thn I.lnoln (oantr B illillng A Karlngs AavKiallon are hereby iiotitlsil to appear at the office of the SecrMary anil ilgn the Cotiitl-tutto- n arid by Lawi. lij order of ot Director.. A. A. August UufllnoBB An fpUlfinln ol goM in ravini here re n The only arrest made yesterday was 2, 1887 tiering: thoie i til ctwl uiore nr If a Terelj Tom Manuel, who was plxced in jsll on he-inick. found with a concealed weapon WALSH, THE TAILOK. a:ia n; WAtltE.,Svc'u. rorum AVK.n-:- , v precinct voters, and they wtrs thinking onA HOIUE belonging to B. G. Gover'a- livly of the election, btnk Mock w.11 for once a drug on the market a. m. Dr. Armendt sold ery stable at Crab Orchard became fright Tralni Irate Rowland at 5 and Returning, airlreat Aand 8:65 r. x. two only of his lot of Farmers N'itionil at ened at the cars at Rowland Friday afternoon and running of! gnt tangled in the vefll! ToCALn6tICES. hicle and broke his leg The Jennie Holinan troupe won the ad TllK beit ready mixed paints nre to be miration of our people bith as Indie-- - and tad rtt A. It. 1'ennyV. h'lhe "Geographical Prty" Riven by gentlemen and as first clars actors They the young gentlemen at Hustonville last Asic your ncer for the Cincinnati Co.'x crackers and cake'. were particularly kind and obliging and the night was as big as the job of printing it re V atoiiim and Jewelry repaired on shor dots will not soon furgel them anil their quired, it exceeded anvthing ever seen in jotitu ami WArranled by A. K. 1'enuy. excellent band. the State. It took 200 separate forms for utock ot jewelry, Intent A comJ'I.kte the job A, Datim)N giggles to himself over the way tyle, Ilockford wMches a specialty. it. Penny. Hor, hotter, hottern'ell seems the proper he hoodwinked and deceived those who imThe Grin of Penny St McAlialer halnu agined him an honorable and truthful man. way to compare the adjective this summer. disioWeil, the sect) tint are retdy for fettle Nothing more could he expected of one of It is again and has btei fur several days altaunt. Come at once and fettle. You may most suflocstlngly hot. The little rains of his calibre brought up in Ine school of po'i-tirfave com. last weak soon dried up and left vegetation taught by Bradler and his ilk. PERSONAL. worse tbau before. Pook Donnin! He i .Maky Hiii'ce, who hai been Little Any number of very elegant dinners ennwed under and Lincoln will no more be juilr ill cl ferer, is conraleecinK- disturbed by hi petdenlial and perpetual were set by tbo officers and others at the Mim IiKLX.K Koot ha Kone to Win candidacy. The people have at last found Fair and Invitations lo putako wpre t'hexter lo be with the lUrnea Troupe. and profius. If we had haye ac out tlii modern J.uhk and have buried Smith Bowman, of HirrmlaliurK, i cepted all that we received we would have him to riie no more. Mtywe never look vlsiiini; Mrs Mry lliwuun, his sister in been eating yet, but unfortunately we were upon his like again Jaw, sick and could acppt none of them. .Mums Sam.ii: Mooitu and Fields A rEI.LOU who gave hi nam a Coarle JuirDn,o( I'jns, are rUitini; .Mrs. (J. C Dunran unci his home n Livingston was The impromptu hop given at the Opera fired out of Louisville the other diy for be House after the Jobua Whitcomb perform ilTns. .Mm J II YAKAUUiAi.e snd .Miss ing a disreputable character In prefereoce ance Friday night was a very larce and stlilr. There was but little notice Monti Hurl letve this mornim to viit to going to jiil, he promise! never lo show plea-an- t at Uuckere his (are in tint cilr again and wn givsn given it, and yet the crowd was so great as Many vis to somewhat crowd thedancers Kkrvim returned with order to double quick. Mini IImma iiirw ladies and gentlemen were present and Mis Nellie Wny from I.iniville and The democracy of Lincoln should re- all were delighted The Jennie Holman is now her euet. member thn service of I) ck Wirren in ibi orcueftra furaished the unis'c, which was Mmvim. I'iiaki. AcJTwrn'ii and Hrry F.irr!.r, if LviUrill, are spend cmrM He ha done more tliao r.ny other very fine, anj the fealivi'ies were prolong nun in Ike coun'y, and it is said that he so m) 111! a lat hour. iu2 t fnw iUy s with fie Mi we Ussz'y. completely wound up Ilobbitt at McKinnty 'MlAIK-LsWI.A Hue in, of Lotliftillc, HE iaWus. night that the crowd rjfused to and Iu'e Hrmlnn, of I.ejlni;lon, are vix Stttirday hear his rrpincYr, but him clown in An ecclesiastical conference is to be itins (it Mr. Htniiiiljn' and liok in the Oil All held in Rjum on llm 7ih of August to dehop a to the locition of a Cttholic Um- Mm Sai.UK Hkattoh and daughter, Wi: give with mis issue a letter from a cide Mrs J. Crab Orchard ladv in regard to thn murder versitv fir the United S ale of America. Mir Lens, hn bare been Tisitin The residence of Prof. J W. McGarvey, M. Wm, returned to 'heir home in Clark of Whitley by Toaj Fish. There has at Lexington, was burned Sun lay afterTMlerday. been no question at to the meinursi of the Missra Minnie Walker, of Garrard, negro, that Is admitted. The question is, noon and with it (he manu'eript and notes and Ltiiie McClintock, of Uourbji), with had Fish the right lo kill him? It seems of book on Palistine and Kgypt, on which Sallie Hairifon, were gUMli of Mrs. J. II that he himself thinks not, by becoming a he has been engaged for three years. His library, valued at $3,000, was also dellocker during fair week. refugee from justice. stroyed. Mit J T. Lynn, of Louisville, ba Geo. S. IVers, United States Attorney It U said that Marshal James Hamilton been at tie Pink C'jttage attain. If he it about to L'et Mall Agent George Har- for the Territory of Utah, has instituted i IryitiB the fsith c lte, it don't seen to din's run to Richmond. Mr. Hardin has suit against the trustees of the Mormon work, for his Kits wjre and woiae Mil Jamm 0. CilVENs, the energetic resigned to lake filed August 15. b. He Church, under the Edmunds law, to escheat and popular youni; attorney, bin purchased hss made a good official and if his politics the properly to the United States. The weie of the right hue, we should like to see law does not allow any Church to own com a town rite In Hell and will befin at once the construe him keep his place, but they are not, and more than $50,000 of property under the piny above penalty. The property of the Church tlon of a treat city in that rich section of he must go with the other rascals. of the Luttr Diy Saints is valued at Trutb. the A r.w weeks ago we noted the fact that Mil. J. 11. Louan, and old resident of James M. Harris had secured a big arrearLAND. STOCK AHUCHOf Lincoln, but for number of years a citi-x- age of pensions and had bjen allowed a of Jensitmine, has been here for a week good sum far each month in the future. Bicon wanted by T. R. Walton. of his The pension bureau seems to have caught colni over the s'ampinj ground Foil Sale -- 25 nice stock hogs. A T. youniter day. He is an old patron and we on to the belief that Harris is entitled to no Nunnelley. were itlad to leceive a call from him and pension and has accordingly had a special The big Tens cattle firm of Cjrtis A get acquainted. dettctive here working np a cae against Atkinson have failed. W. 0. Dl'NLAP was here Sunday and him. Uncle Pale Kabry lost a fiae jtck colt informed us that he had revered hisconncc-tio- n last week and he refuses l be comforted-I- t Noricr. Members of the Lincoln Cjun with the Dinville lnbune He seemed was valued at $500. ly Building and Sivings Association are t) have a lingering belief that there were hereby Jtff Jones bought of J S. Owsley a bay uot.ntd that assessment No, 1 must enough fool democrat! in the Btate who Lin-ier.be paid to the secretary on SiturJay next, gelding for $150 and sold him to I.T. ' would vote for 1'ox to give llrsdley the Bwle, for $200 August 6, lsS7, and for a fiilure to pay snd him the position of Hecreta The sales of leaf tobscco in Louisville same on that dar they will subject themry of Stale. selves to a lino of 5 cents on etch share. By on Saturday, distributed among the differLOCAL HATTeHs. order of the Ihard of Directors, A. A, ent houses, amounted to 4G1 hogsheads, ol which 430 hogsheads were new and 25 old. Warren, Sec'ty. IJeautiiul line of GiaMware juU re Select Hurley is quoted at $27 to $30 50, crived at A. A. Warren's. The order of Cincinnati!! began its 5lh with an upward tendency. celebration last night and will continue it Hanoyer, the phenomenal Please call and settle your accounts we for 30 consecutive nighte "Rome Under colt, owned by the Dwyer Brothers, money. Metcalf & Foster. need the Nero," will be produced on a scale of mag was defeated Stturday at Monmouth Park When Fox rnn in this county for Treas niGcence and splendor never before at by D. D. Withers' Laggard for the first urer in 1SS5 he rsceived 619 votes and tempted and over 1 200 characters will time In his life. Hanover had won 17 raTate C02 take part. In order that its patrons may ces previous to his defeat. visit the city and see this wonderful exhi The cotton crop now maturing in the No connection with the Cincinnati South' sale at by bltioa the K. C. his put tickets on South promises to be the largest ever grown em yesterday and consequently no mail very low rates. 8e sgsnt W. B. McRob-er- ti in the United States. It is estimated bt that route, about it. 7,500,000 baler; 500,000 more than were sj Wr. have placed all of our notes and ac A NEono married Joe Bsntly, who claims ever before grown in a single year. Cotton count in the bands of W. A. Trlbble for Harrodsburg as his home, was caught steal may no longer be king, but it is still of the collection, so pleise call on bim and settle ing a pair of bracelets from a satchel of L. royal family. Ossley k Craig. A dispatch soys many people left C. Carter at the Fair Grounds Friday and I AOAIN ark my customers lo come and immediately arrested. He begged to be let Mnrehe id for fear of being killed by the settle their accounts. I need the money oil with 39 lashes on his naked back, but Tolliyer gang. The night operator wra I mean all, not one. Please attend to this. he was not accommodated. Next day he shot at, and both himself and day man " plead guilty and Judge Varnon gave bim have left the town. A western operator Mrr. Rate Dudderar. 30 days on the rock pile. The owner bas taken Charge and says they can't scare A horse belonging to El Jonc, hitched thought the bracelets cost $10; Mr. Fetzel him. Wild rumors are rife. Some say to a biiBBT and tied at Mr. 8am BaURh-man'- swore that be would not give 60 cents for the Tollivers number 150 and have ex8unday, broke loose and dashed oil, them pended $2 500 in Winchister nibs. tearing tho buesr badly to pieces and in One of the largest whekt fields in the There will be a series of midsummer juring himself seriously. world if that nf ex Congressman C. F ., nights' entertainments at Crab Orchard The harJest paper to Ret up is that Im Springs, bsginnin; August 4 b, which will Reed, of Stanislaus county, California, It mediately after a doubtful election. Too consist of illustrated lectures on subjects of consists of 10,000 acres in one unbroken along the bank of the San Joaquin facts and figures have to be waited for and interest to everybody Washington City stretch mind la usually too and Footsteps of Longfellow. James A. River, and much of the land is protected in the mean time your by levee, as the stream is higher than the full of the election to think muoh less Green, city editor of the Cincinnati shore. The grain this year is as high ss write upon any other subject. Star, will lecturo, while Dr. Arthur Ls of a horse, and it is estimated the Boutillier will give the stereopticon viewa the back The Stanford Roller Mills has stepped from original instantaneous photographs. yield will be forty bushels to the acre. This will give 400,000 bushels, which right in to popular favor, and although it SinIt will be exceedingly entertaining. will load ten large vessels. runs all dy and most all night, It cannot season 75 cents, From Atlanta, gle nights 60, keep up with its orders. There have been 22 Presidents of the Georgia, an order come for four AN axle on a south bound passenger train United States, Five of of them were elecFriday. In n day or two Manager Potts broke on the High Bridge at S.30 Friday ted at 57, and six attained that great effice tells us that he will have a day and night night, from which fortunately no fatal ac- before the sga of 50 Three military men force and only stop hsreafter for Sunday. cident resulted. The dispatch says: "When past GO have been elected; two died very passengers soon and the other was Gen. Jackson and Valley Land Company the break was discovered the The Cumberland were hustled out of the cars in a hurry he wm but 01 when elected. organlzsd yesterday by the election of Judge The coaches were then carefully backed off Vincent Boreing. of London, President, Sergeant Mason, made famous for having axle a Treasurer. the bridge, and the one with broken and J. S. Hocker, of Stanford, Guiteau during his trial for the was left at High Bridge Station. When it shot at Hons. Robert Boyd and J. A. Craft met murder of President Gatfuld, has become a was discovered that an accident bad hap with the other members of the board here. prosperous and very quiet farmer in Orange pened, a perfect panic took place among A call for 25 per cent, of the stock was The screams and actions County, Va. He, with Betty and several the passengers. made and money forwarded to the proper babie. a re reported to be perfectly " of the women were In all respects. parties. K Lincoln Knoti 1MS votes in 13S3 Stock watpii is getting exceedingly anil .Morrow 1,010, a democratic uiaJDrlty scarce and the drouth is growing very of HOS Some farmer serious. I. 4 ft. LOCAL TIMt CAHU. have to haul wa ter two miles lo their stock. A TKl.FdUA.M stales that . Ml train going Norths U 89 r. K. George W. .... 1 31 r. d. Boutu Goodrich, of Stanford, has grsnted a t 15 . The excursion to Nugara Fa'ls by the .. rtouin up!" 'tralo" Norh...... " .... 5u i. m peusion ' Cincinnati Southern August 23 J will cost reaiTels calculated on standard time. Solar but $8 55 from Junction City and return. r It Jhoilt '.'0 iilltiutrs taster As nobody w hereyeterday except the This is cheapsr than staying at home. bt-e1 o. WALTON. - Mnnagor. sae central uiWeiin JI.. IhM sps'lmi .'!, 7 II .rrwtoL H. Illuoffri.-- I01JISV1jLiXS, P. S.-FI- - ii'iitsif MimIi . r- Ailvantiiiri's. si- RICHMOND. H, i I KY lli-rfr- i KY. rnr I. Xf lvii,.,, .Smt rsamv orr l rfiillltifi.rtiiatl' iinml CiiMtnKur. BLANT0N.D D., Chancellor. i Ili'diii Tamlly ilthy I.Kntl n in Hip Ii, Art f tini hiKpilublcr .iiitiniii flffl t.i J2III. ltiiiiltnre Iirrsrl NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. - THE SOMERSET FAIR! This popular entcrprlte Ii fast goto to the front aionetinaog the Terr lint Klri In thn titste. lealn BEl'TEMDEI. 13TII Thtlrnext rue-tin FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE. ' lit-cin- ana CONTINUES 4 HAYS. In a.ldlllon lo liberal ibo-ri- ng premiums they ofler 11,200 In hacei iTry dny, hones called at r. M. and atartml promptly at 1 11 orer the flDem hull" mil) track lo the Mile Tbti imusKcment haTe spared no pilna 'it expsnie to make tie .ip t'roschlnicineettntf eclip.-- . ll otheri. Cheap raid ou all the lUllmadi tor loth man and 1 KHfeHB! HEtipuk flPV$fe3ts. ' lnvlli-- 1. b.t. S. 31. IIOOSE, Nvrrvtin-- fSlMMMMMMiSSrsBMfcfjaaMSilfclStfM JBIjt-!uk9!H''- ' -- WOTICE. To tho Citizen or Lincoln County: s Hiring recently cqulpil a fine Holler Mill In the town ol Htsnfonl trat we defy any Mill to titial In quality or Hour, we think the citizens ol thn county thoulil hare ounty prIJe o"ou,!h to patronize and sustain the same We with to Inform whom It may concern thit wo are In the market lo buy your wheat and corn and will al waj Rlre the hlKheat market prlre lor ranie. We hare adilol some new machinery to our corn meal ilrpsrtiarnt and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot bs r Ualrd by any other Mill In tbla vicinity We soil, it s trill Incur Hour and meal department. All harlnis graliv in our line lor kale will pleise call at Mill, where our agent can bo found st all times, who will giro tho beat prices lor same. Uranl ail ship stun always in stock. ip. .v. Manlord roller Mill Co. I' tf ' The most pcrfx-- t M clilne rer inrcntcvl. Wonderful sarin of lib r aod eaillr opjraled. Head the following lestlm,inia Innn ladles of llnstonrllle and r.clnltj Tblsis to crllfy Ita' wmrp mini; the H ren, Washing MaeMneand think it the only Machine weerersaw that will do all Itclaluis. It latin 'ollilng and labor snd Is well worth Ibe pike paid for It Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mrs f). V Mlagi. Mr. . K. Cowsn, Mrs. earn Held, Mrs. J. P. IUtte. Mrs. T. J. Iloblnson, Mrs. (Jeorne W. Iti8, Mrs. J. T I.ms, Mn. '.C. Lyons, Mrs. S. ( Urye, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs. Joseph Colley, Mrs J. K. Ilaub-iian- . t Now Is jour chance to secure tho t .Machine of the ae. We also haTo testimonials from the following Stanford Ladles: MciJamcs Sam Owen', T. 8. Doo ley, Kato Hays, S. 8. Myers, (?. O. Wine and Mary s'traub. FI.OilEXVE IfANllMXfi VitiXK CO., B. P McALLISTKK, Busine-- s Manager. Headquarters At Pr. Bourne's, Stanford. U-s- t5 J.l lutrrti suv't. A; DE.S.G. HOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. FOR SALE! LAN. I will on HTOCK CUOP! HOCKERro& BRIGHT, mauiss.) ..NUtkJKssous yv. ii. the preml'is sell at pabllc auction to the highest bldjsr, on SATUItOVY. AUG.SOTII, ISS7, The folljwius property Well Improved wj-I- We will continue to handle thn justly celebrated and most Dopnlar COOK STOVE and RANGES ia the Market. Full lino of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. 1 2M. New Ilwsllinjant out building', w.iiend and $ iiiIIm from Stanford, en the Ihi dirt nn.i lelweti btanfurl A Hanillle Kuh ltrmuch pike, 'i'i Acrei otgool Corn b heml of J I ww and Mules vui'atlle. a lot of Ho, I'rlll, Hakes and Wdcursan I other Krn,irg Implements, Uomrhol I and Kit, heu Furniture. T. l.AXH. J. hid Notice of Incorporation te ! Je ce titate.-Ouinv- ille sn Notlie Is hsrrby siren that undersigned hare fjrmrl a corporation and hare recorded the arHi thereof lw the clerk's oflke of tho Lincoln County i oiirt, pursuant to Clup'rr V,, (in statute of Kentucky. I. The name of th t'orpv- - stiou Is tn "Cumberland Valley I.aud Comiaur II. The general nature of tnr buflceu Is to buy and sell lands in Harlan arid Hell counties, Ky , to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. III. Its principal place of business ls Stanford. Kentucky IV. The capital stock ls axed at 5150, It 0, with privilege to begin on '10,000. Each share Ii f 100, to be paid In money. V. The Corporation aball begin business on the 23 th day ol July, ISsT, snd continue 25 years. VI. The aflalrs of the Corioration are to be conducted by a Baard of ssren Directors, from which a President, Snretary and Treasurer are to be elected. Tho incorporators shall cuinpose the first board, and the election thereafter to be held on tho third Wednesday ot July annually. VII The shall incur no debt great-tha- n of Its paid up stock. VIII. The private property ol stockholders shall oeexeuipt Irju corporate debtmbd liabilities. IX. Tho Corporation shall piimi all the power! prescribed In Chapter Sfi, General statutes of Kentuiky. UOBT. BOYD, W. O. WELCH, JOHN UESNETT, WNCENTIumr.I.Nl.. OLOUiiEMi ALldTER, W. ! WALTON, !?n-s- t J. '. HO"Kn. n In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still place tho OLIVER CHILL PLOW in tho lead of all others, whoro it justly detervos to be As your neighbor in reference to its supsrionty. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLE? COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. IV. It. McIU.V.VKY. SiilVsiiimii. X. C. RUPLEY, S1EKCIXAXT T.i I LOU, -- I hare recelred and still rocelrlnj New Goods for Spring and Summer ''ouiprltlng tne best In the market, which wlii be Ootton Up in Stylo and Maku Second to Nono in City or County Hit 3 Me Trial. k:. c rtjple"y. WEAREN & MENEFEE ' three-year-ol- d ",. BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Burns. Scalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, Corns, Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete thanf ever; behides fore, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road. ll All of ivork guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our lino assortment before it is broken. J. H.GBEEX, As.. lIuMtoiivlllo, Ky. (Cincinnati New OXTH.33 , Scratches-- WEAKEN & MENEFEE. and Toxas Spralni, Strains, Stitches, Contracted Muscles, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Screw Worms, Swinney, Saddle Galls, EtiffJointr, Backache, flalli, Sores, Spavin Cracks. Queen and Crescent Route. Pacific Railway.) Orleans Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. HEAD DOWN. TKAlNSKJtmi 10.1 I Files. STAND-BY THIS GOOD OLD 2Ti. accomplishes foreverybody exactly what liclalmrd forlt. One of the reasons for the great popularity cf the Mustang Liniment is found In Its unlvcranl npptlcntillltr- - Evorjbodyneeda such a medicine. The Lumberman needs It In case ot accident. The Housewife needs It for general family Tlic Cannier needs It for bis teams and bis mo. The Mechanic needs it always on bis work bench. KEAD Ul ntAiNHNoitrii. Mo, 7. ie. No.3, Dallx. 'Ex. Bun, 7 SS a ro 10 50 o m 4 7 Uatlj No. S. STATIONS. Daily. L'Tf... , No. 4, Ex. Sun. Daily. Dallj. inclnnati Dallr. No. 6. Mo. 8. Dally. Dall. car-loa- com-orta- hsart-rendlng.- IS a The Strrunbont mnn or llio Ilonlmnii needs 12 63 p ro 1 in It In littoral supply afloat and ashore. ..., 2 42 a m ., 2 ii in needs It- -It Is bis best Tho Horac-fnncln 25 p ro u .... 8 55 a ro . rcllarcc. .... 8 45 ami. friend and 980pm Mocli-arowneeds it- -It will save him .... 3 50 p ro . 3 SS a in The 8 00 a ro .... 8 00 p id'. u thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. 4 30p in,... 345a m .... U 00 a in . Meridian The Hiillrond mnn needs It and will need It so 10 00 pro, 8S5pm ....I fi 15 ami. .New Orleans. 900a LV... 510pm long as his llfo Is a round of accidents and dangers. 300 a m The Hackwoodsinnii needs It. Thcrolsnoth-In1115pm Meridian fi55 p m 8 00am like It as an antidoto for tho dangers to life, .....VIcksburK .... 8,00 a ro 0 55 p in ,.. SbrTeport. . pioneer. limb and comfort which surround tho 7 10 p m, T, P Junction., 750am bis store among Tho merchant needs It about his employees. Accidents will happen, and when at 9.S0. No. 10 No. 9 leaTes Oakdale dsllr except Sunday, at 0 15 a. m Arrlrlns at CnitUno),' these como the Mustang Uulment Is wanted at once. IeTea Chattanooga at 4.30 P. ., arrlrlnj at Oakdalnat 7.41 v. -- . 'TIstbo bestot Kecpnltoltlelnlhellouae. Mann Boudoir llufiet Sleeping Cirs on all through trains, economy. JOIIN C. GAULT, Gen'I Manager, V. COLLBUAN, Uen'l Krt. A Pass. Ant., In the I'nctorr. Itstromedlats Keep n llottle R. CAItnOLL, Uen'l tjupt., K. X. KYAN, Asst. Oen'l Fit. A 1'aas. Agent. use In case of cccldcnt saves pain and loss of wages. W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Zj. Keep n Ilottle Alvrnvs In the Htnble for General Offites, 8t. Paul Building, West Fourjb Street, Cincinnati, OWo, use when warned. er g and bis stock yard. The Mlnernecdaltlncaaoof emergency. without It. The l'loueer The Farmer needs It in hla Louie, his stable, ncedslt-can'tgetnl- ong 03p ml 9 00 p int. 05p in 11 53 pro . 1125 am 7S5p ui'll 54 p ro . 1147 1221 12 3.1 a m am am 8 (Tip ui 12 8 43p ni ... 8S9p in 1 03 a in U 10 p IS a in Haul, 6 42p 111 10 25 a in 8 40 a m 3 47p ro 7 27 a in lfla m! Uvoritetown 3 20p ro 700a iuj 3 43 a ro Lexington , 2 51 p m C27a ui(3 23a ml, NIcbolasTllle M...I, UarroJsbiirK Junction.. ui t5 47a ro 2 0Sp ro (5 32 a in 2 Dan villi" 135p ro 520a u, 228am!. Junction Cilr I2 49p ro , Kings Mountain 1 10 am HomrrMt --... 1155 a ro ... 8 10 a ro .., 9 40p Oakdale C 30 pro 6 00 a m .., Chattunoog. 10 40am ., 10 35p ui .., Birtulugbani 0 20aro ... 7 COp Eutaw,... ..a't i 2i8p 38aro, V BEYOND OUR BORDERS. COOKERY MORSELS. RHYTHMIC RAYS. i Oolden Specific. Ir Tub roll of Eton contnltH Ml namos, tho beingcream is thoroughly chilled before It can bo Rlu'iilii acupof colloeor tea withwhipped it wl.l froth more onsily. InrROit numbor on tvconl. There aro 511 out the kiiimlfiluc ol the person taking It i Is .EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS- ,A nnr:MvrAT dish not to be despised Is absolutely harmless and will effect a permaregistered at Uarrow. Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering. Classical, Normal nent and speedy cure, whether tho patient Is a The estimated population of Africa is male by frying cold chicken In pancake School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. s of batter. two hundred millions, fully Thousands of drunkards have been mnitotsm-perat- e T TriTIIlN. FHF.K COl'NTV A1TOINTKKS lti:CKIVK SAXiivncitr.s of toasted bread with men wliolnne taken Golden Hpecllle which is in ado up of negroes and HottenFall term begins SEPT. 14, 1007. For CATALOGUE and other information address In their cotiee without their know ledge, and sardines , and si led lemon forms a tots. JAMES K. PATTERSON. PH. D., LEXINGTON. KY. belleethey quit drinking of their own pulatablo luncheon, especially In warm g India Is reported ns a prominent freo will IT NKVKIt KA1I.S. Tho system weather. onco Impregnated w 1th the Specific It becomes nkhough country, raising nn utter lmH)sst)ity for the ihiuor appetite to To ciiYsTvLLtzn cherrlos, currents etc., rirusHntrles. only 2;3,0(H),0J0 bushels to her two hundred exist. For full particulars, address (iOLIlEN dip the fruit, still on tho stein, lu beaten When a lifo insurance agent goes insuring millions of population. 8PKCIK1C CO.. 185 Knee St.. Cincinnati. 0. eggs; lny it on a slevo for n few Goes insuring, Ax elaborate) history of the conquest of whlto of to drain. Then roll In pulverized Lives of women, or of children, or adults minutes England by tho Normans Is being Or adults. by King Leopold, of Uolglum. Tho sugar, lay on whlto paper and placo in an Who can gauge the hard rebuffs he is enduropen window or a cool ovon to dry. Keep e King has visited the scones of ing conflicts in order to further the perfection in a cool dry place till served. Is enduring, Few p?oplo know that pineapples la of his work. Or the dally mean maneuver that Insults Hepoiits from artists abroad say tho their native county nro nover sliced, but That they nro carefully broken When he pleads the cause of orphanInsults; and of Amorlcati artist is hold by all in the high-os- t after pooling In small pieces with n silver mother receives from tho core esteem. The great art schools If this And of mother. him cordially and us though a native born. fork. Injuro way Is onco tried no ono will the fine flavor by cutting across Don t you dream his tie's an endless round It is said Unit in Franco particularly Is this again of fun tho grain. They should always be so prekindly feeling muulfested. MJt jPaaaa pared both for tabtoand canning. Hound of fun; Knoi.hii correspondents say tho British Tahoca FnrtT. Pour a quart of boiling Taking one consideration with another Muioum is the repository for n comploto With another, history of tin art of engraving from Its In- Trater over n cupful of tapioca an I let It A life ngent's life is not a happy one ception. Tlioro Is n full representation of (.tnnd one hour. Lny cut poaches or apHupn one! ovoiy brancMi of tho art, and amplo oppor- ples (fresh or canned) upon n buttered Cincinnati Tritqram. tunity for an Interesting study is offered. dili; add two cupfuls of sugar, a little l.ny or the City C'lutp. lemon, or vnnilla to tho tapioca; pour Ix speaking of the marriage customs in this over ono hie me where the sweet lou.itry the region of Shefllelil, an English view This is a the fruit and bako and hour. I'll cousin very simple, wholesomo atntod that the people there are married in nice pudding. Is klne of his proud domain. batches; that the "bridogroom almost Sxuaioov Chips. Take the potatoes and Where horse, klne, cblvkeni and plt t tlio got the ring toosmull, nnd ha I tit dozen cut them in very thin slices nnd lay times to lick tho huly's delicate little tinAre neichlnf anil lowing them in cold water and salt for J BrfV'll And grunting nt growing y j ker to induce the stubborn ring to move nn hour or more. Then dry them on a ifTtifi!. 'I In sweet und harmonious strain. on." towel, throw them into n deep kettle of AcoMrvxrln London. Eng., furnishes Mucking hot fat Where pleasures bucolic like eggi ixud firsU water ut a pressure of seven hundred skim them out ofand fry to n light brown; butter tho fat into a colander, pounds to the squaro inch, to customers, scatter a little Make sweet dream of content. HRsftt .flfiR VI A J E7Tk salt over them, shake them I'll rest life abe isiin:' for lunnlug olovntors, printing-presses- , and free irom this turmoil and cutm m u- mm m m about and turn upon u platter to serve. pumps, etc., through the medium of water-motdrter; White Km it Cake. Tako n teacup of Tho coinintny has twenty miles of I'll drink In the pleasure butter, two of sugar, the whites of eight u mmmW W V w?'' rLi.o W J.' Of life without measure main laid, and furnishes water for lour pegs beaten light. Craum the butter and And not lmo to squander a cent. hundrod and llfty eight motors. or lemon mil Migur, add a wine-glas- s IlnxoAitT has within Its borders one hunone teaspoon salt, two of Imkine-powdeforty-thr,.- o towns, m seventy-fou- r Inly. dred nnd Thiit owJer nTr Turlci. A tunrtfl olpurltj, mix this with Hour ih to a batter of which the Magyar element pre- with the cream; cut up trrcjtb and w holnwmmem. More pound Only picking roses In the dusty lane. Whore the tangled eloer wastes it sweets in than the ordinary ktnJi, and ran not Ui tolo dominates, in twenty-fou- r the Gnrm.in, in citron, take one cup coconnut, f rompetltoo with the tuuitlunl of low twt .ihon vain: twenty-fou- r the Slavic, in six the llouma-nlnIHumd blnnched almonds, chop, and mix weight blushing softly at the faintest CKDI. alum or phosphate powdn. Soldouly In and in one each tlio Servian and UoYALlUKlNt) l'OWDKl with five cups flour; bake one hour. sound. 106 Wall Street. New Yorlr Thirteen towns are not marked EC. Alw it use cold water in making soups. Dearest little maiden In the lanes around. by tho distinct preponderance of any naSkim well, especially during tho first Life htm sweet and radiant, deeked in ruyul tionality. sheen; hour. There is great necessity for thorThe King of Italy has signed a decree ough skimming, nnd to help tho scum to Only picking roses In the bedgvs green. LOUISSCIILGCEL, authorizing tho publication of a new and rise pour in a little cold water now nnd Onlv strolling idly where the corn grows tall. comploto edition of Galileo's work, at tho then, and as tho soup reaches the boiling Seeintc if the vrnin-Heipromise bears for tall; oxpenso of tho State. Tho Ministry of point skim it otT. Uso salt nt first sparing! education has, with the of ly, but season well with sjlt anl pepper Strolling In bis meadows, down the lane bo ItltllMOMl. KKVTICCY. goes, leading scientists, undertaken the prepara- before taking It up. A quart of soup to Looking In the hedges haply tion of this edition. It will comprise three or four persons Is the quantity to al- At n blue dre Duller, how bl for a rose: I Photographs in all styles and sizes. puUoi tout twenty quarto volumes, of about five hun- low. Only strolling Idly 'mki the corn and uheat. dred pages each. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and PivrnrpLE Jelly Soak half n package Water Colors. Tnr. library of the British Museum now of gelatine for mi hour or more In half a Summer evt is lovelr : but 'tis sweeter fsr. to contains more than two million books, cupful of water. Chop up a small pine- Seen are. more advantage, where ttre strollers NewdHlji ti Kra uei aal Mils fery loi which occupv three miles lineal of book apple nnd simmer it ten minutes with a One is lonely walking, two make (Mt-lPrices. Just a pair. cases eight ie high. The library has scant cupful of sugar nnd a cupful of Ah! tho sott bright blushes shame the roe.s to such .m extent that the dispo- water; then udd the gelatine, remove rare sition of the books hns become n serious from the tiro and strain. When it bus If some tender loc words on a shy ear tell. Feed, difficulty to tho authorities. There is still partly cooled add tho whites of four eggs Who shall be the v iter' Koe can not tell. ANU Kll C. (!. so much crowding that in a very short nnd beat well. When tho mixture boglns , la Shu's Herald. STABL3S ! ,timo tho state of tho library will necessi- to harden, pour it into moulds and sot it .tiutilctinili, tate the building of a new wing, unless away to harden. UK Ha? In ' rfDtnl the liable on fVpit Mrwt, I aai other means nro devised toobvinto the difSrixvrn served in the followlug manner 'I didn't mean to --eold. dear Xed" prepared to train and break horn. ou reawaabk ficulty. Tho scheme wh eh has now boon proves vory attractive: After washing put The tears her large eyes ij teriui. County Court day traJe eullrltrd. oonsidorod by tho trustees and has re- it into enough saltoJ boiling water to "Hut you'll target what I have satd utnix it. v.iiti'K.y i ififi ceived their sanction is one for the Intro- cover It. When cooked squeeze out all btanfoid, Kj And say you love me stlllJ" duction of movable presses into the library. the water, press the spinach through a MIL Ax English paper calls attention to tho colander and then fry It a few nrnutes In ".My dearest May. I love your rots. movement toward building ship canals. a little butter and season with s ill and So talk away at will: As showing tho extent and nature of the pepper. Lay thin slices of buttered toast Hut since jou say it u your choice movement, it instances the Panama and on a platter, and on each slice put a cupful I alio tore you stllL" IW ST., HICIl.MOMl. KV of spinach nicely pressed Into shape; Into tho North Sea canals, on which work Is -- Wtop of each heap of spinach press tho 111 nluiiyN lmv being actively pushed It also mentions the on liiiiul a litruo mill Nclrrl lluo oT I'uriil-(lir- e B. Tlu- - Humorist's I'liilnt. tho canal across the Isthmus of Corinth, half of a hard boiled egg. anil I'mlerliiUer'n JuikIn. 2lly prlt'VN mIII l iim lou h niicIi Perhaps y.m think it isn't hard, wKoragcxl Table A UAixn breakfast dish is thus made: which it is expected will be finished in gootlM can bu IiuiikIiI In Hie cUIvh. (Jive nil a irlul nnd 3011 A task tti.it . any thing (Hit totemn And clean acd veil furnished rum. tin llu'tl will liu coinhu'L'tl about two years. 1 he fact that trade in- To cold corned or roast beef, minced and that 1 nell lower tliau tli lowtwt. To grind out lerses by the yard. (tuod sample ruooii attach 1. hai no tiiierlor, terests, largo as they are, bear only a sec- - freed from grlstlo or strings, add an equal Jtl-l- y (i 00 per day And "fuiiDj ' business by the column. clUtea . ontlury part in tho construction of the quantity or mnstioj orslieed boiled potato. North Sea canal, Is noted as showing tho Mix woll tojrethnr und sonson with pepper is Tlie Best ir s o, sit down jourseir and try interest which Gormnny takos in hornuvy. and salt Put into a frying pan a large To buiid an airy juke in point. Whose age will not rail forth a sigh, The canal reully is a military road In caso cupful of boiling water, with half u much I- MWalerproolGoat Wiiosu tuck will not seem out of Joint. of war. To make her licet more effectivo gravy from which tho fat has been LONDON, KY. ISll BBN to spend nearly Germany is willing Ercr Matle. skimmed, and a teaspoonful of mado musAnd write a simple, rhythmic "peem" r1 F.B.RILEY, Propriotor. K n on u canal. ?fi ik tard. Boil up briskly before stirring in I),m'l villi mar mir.r nn i mm r r ret t at T" flMI MR tD 81 p'Rl'l' That win'l sound silly, dim or qncer 0 4im ItMlu tulr vvi' rar us.f I mI aA.ir in.t ,v.il ker n OU dry ill I It tm llir A veky valuable vail with an interesting tho chopped moat and potato. Toss and Hut keep yourmanuserlpt at home; c itaVeeirtbrr Tir15 AiKI ri a1 M .11 lilt N lfr if t rV iLMail-- I Thoroiichly Itniusiileil nmi ltrTur rI T 'WFU am, .' H For pity's sake don't bring it here' history is tho property of the ihurch of stir until the contents of tho pan are liko a r'.n tin fil,A wll rirsl-clasiiIsIkmI throughout. l'aro Melxotl, Mexico. jrcAflnc For nearly three cen- lubbling, smoking lioaji. Add more boiling water should tho moat and potato abmill roiiHOiinlilo iirlccH. liny mill iilsjlif turies Spaniards were In the habit of vowA Merry lleitrt. Inlnsure met by polite 1'orlerMctf Ihlx ing a jewel to the vail of Our Lady of sorb the liquid too rapidly, ard do not let 'Ti well to have n merry heart, .'0".riu. Moixotl If they roturned safely from a the hash stick to the bottom of the pan. In populiir House. Hovei er short ue tay. voyngo to Spain until, In Jlnx.tnlliatrs time, the absence of gravy, double tho quantity There's wlsitom in a merry heart, tho vail was bojewoled to the value of of butter, dissolving In boiling water. Whate'er the world may suy. ! 5200,000. Threo German adveuturors, Philosophy may lift Its head MENTAL FROLIC. after Maximilian's downfall, determined imii. in. ivtin tun And rind out many a tluw. to carry away this vail as booty. They Hut plve me the philosophy Those who pull well together Partners ARBOCKLES COFFEE WRAPPERS laid their plans with great care and cau- in dontlstry. That's hoppj with a straw! lf37rp:rt News & KlKlsslppl Vallo; Z:, tion and secured tho ,vail, but In some way Ax D.r- tale: "Mr.;" "Dour HlwAtTCHICACORl .Z. " If life brlng us happinei JOUISVIlll H they wero discovered, and a party of pur- Hug;" "Dear;" "Dear Sir;" "Su." Premium, 91.000 00 BY DAYLIGHT It brings ua, we arc told. suers overtook thorn in n narrow pass, '2 Promlutia, The California C.irAfrris tho compre-hon-slv- e 8300.00 oaC What's hard to buy, though rich ones try. rnrouah the CANONS ol NEW RIVER and acasi the two of them wore kdled, the third whoro title of a little, wild Western sheet With all their heap of sold. 6 FrcrrMumi, S250 00 ' UlEfiHANIES and Ihe BLUE HIOGE. palling MHIIE escaping under covjr of durktipss, leaving thnt is kicked off weekly Then luugti an ay lot others say 5LLPHUH SPRINGS anil other Summer Reiortt ol thi SIOO 00 " Frcmiumj, rieht on tho behind him, however, the precious vail, briny brink of tho bread Pacific. Whate'er the) will of mirth; LlaVINfi DOIH- Alleghany Mountain! In Virginia. 350.00 ' '00 Pramlumj, which was regained and restored to the Who laufjh. tho most may truly boast TilKliEonce was an Ichthyosaurus, S20.00 '' iOO Pr5ir;um5, altar, whoro it H now more vigilantly He's gat the wealth of earth. JLOUISVILLK iV CIXVI.V.V ATI t'lirssr sirsMZB clihats n: ams3::a. Who lived when the earth wa all porous. SIO.OO 1,000 r .mlum, guarded than ever. But ho fainted with shame. Tbore's music in a merry laugh, Dally, secures to traielen Obierullon Cars from Kinanha Falls lo Charlotte T r When ho tlrst heard his name. I Ox the occasion of the fiftieth anniverA moral beauty, too; ..lie Breakfast to Supper) Irom April 1st to Decern And departed a long time before us. sary of her reign, Queen Victoria was It show the heart's an hor.ast heart . i . "t 1st -P- hiladelphia Vm. by tho Emperor William with a RAPID SERVICE That's paid each man lus due. THE The only man wo havo como across reONLY SOLIO IRAINS vtllh PULLMAN CARS dinnor service of the famous flresden yjl-loAnd lent a shaie of what to spare. ware, consisting of upwirds of00T cently who did not want tho wholo oarth Despite of nwdora's fear; was a Individual who expressed Cincinnati, and Leslsgt:, :: ml made the clnok 1. sorrow spealt. Erer attempted between thn great c minnrctal plooes. The plntes hu--j nvdallion mi intense longing for only n small portion IheOhi) I'.iver and thlrtt(, an heii' e The eyo v.eep feor ta.ir. portraits of Her Majesty's celebrated conthe lasteit time and moat cimfortatile tialm he -.- V. V. lhrtlL of .t. temporaries nnd Incidents of her reign. tween all points In thn South, or ti the IIVf A Vol'th. filling up with bad liquor, , There Is an onormous counterpieco, aud Xortlnrvnt . rhecoiiute'part of tbli tra.n .Mutlinr nmi Hoiiie. Het'iimo uuh an obstinate kiquor, on all trunk lion li denominated Tho I.ltntt-- ( surmounted by a statuette of th Quejn, A Uttl" child in the bntf street And niailc such a din, I'jriifCKM. TheiuperbrolMiuatuck V4 emJind all around it nro medal'lons. por A child with a shy face, Dower iweel. ploy gives pitroni I'nliinltt'il i'om'nrt, That the cons ran him in. In relief of the members of the royal traits nd brown ryot, trouhled and half afraid, Vh.ch obliged htm to pawn hit, iroid ti.juor. 0At all Coupon llrket Otlkea In Ihd bouth family. This splendid gift Is a worthv By the uolse nnd hnrrjr quit; dismayed. roil will tiud our lime latlci nod ticket! ar .71 .Ii nam louiiii-J- i al 'Yaitttr. get and stick to Jloium, If .addition to the art treasures of "Windsor Ir is quite i rmnonly suppose J that tho jou wgiittosaie moner and hare a pleant JourI lifted tlie Irnby hand and Mid .fCnstle, where there is some of the finest Ifitrt of n pole is ineapublo of feeling, but K.O.MrlOltMIOK, ney. Smoothlns the curl, tin the KMn head' Connects In vamo depot In Washing'cn ft' ."Sevres in tho world In tli grand corri- It is reported that upon the separation of General I'asitnfcr Aeut, t'nici .'. "Where l your home my little owr' C'ily 1 icket Auents and Ollicers dor tharo aro threo unique Hose du Hurri two Polos recently landed at Castlo GarFor the uinmor' d.iy as nearly done. K. A. HliKNKK, 227 Itli Ave.. UhiIt11Io, Kt. aALTIMORE, vae, vulued at tlOtf.OOj, and in the green den, they were both nearly heart-brokePHILADELPHIA, U I. M. Tobkkni K, 12U Vine at, Cincuin.itl draui;ig-rooAnd the swift tears came at hr reply, there is tho famous Sevres " linssiE, I hear that your sister is III. NEW YORK. An she trusting answered, sweetly shy: dinnrjr service, which could be sold for Whnt Is Direct route to the matter with her!" "I don't "Home in whero mamma you know. I JZJJ3v0.'aiiyday. know, nu'am. M.iv bo it's tho diploma." LYNCHBURG, Won't jou take me there? 1 want to go." I.vamwcount of tin marriigj customs "'lb what, child I" "The diploma. I MAKES DANVILLE, ! of uthei coutitri"s, the method pnioticjd heirl mother s'iy tint shj took it at Where mother Is Oh, the world of love! HORSE And all points In In Slngapero is given: llu damsel Is school " No matter how r.ir our feit may rou; VIRCINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. given a cuit onl a doub'.i-bUlWhen weary and worn in constant strife, A im nr.ic houso in a Now Hampshire paddle, OFTHIlhTATK. Mother and homo are the best of lifo. and allowed a utart or some tiwtanre. Tho town has for its namo, Tho Quogninna- -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON- .suitor, Mlniluily equipped, s:urt oft in poss.iKossuuaiiagnog House." Somo may Mussed is he who may smiling say Chase. If he succeeds in ovurtakliiL' m.st.iito this for a Uusslun establishment N. "I'm poliiR home to tnotli-- r SEVENTn ANNUAL EXHIBTION aho becomos las wife; If no', tho match is but wo are assured to tho contrnrv, tho No. I IX Rt'PkCT Jf.NK J. 'i Dallr flod's merey hallow that home mj dear. In. I,. Kz Knn. on. it isjidom that objection is object of tho propriotorjn thus omploylug , uroKii Where mother our footstep-- waits to hear. 'Offered at tho list moment, an 1 the race tln wtioli alphabet wTls to furnish his Hies thu busy hand and cheery smilo Lte Iularille II .i liWa in tarjuy a khort one. Tho maiden' somottiing to do In slack seasons. MADISON COUNTY That brtKliten and comfort all the whllo; arm, are stiOn$ but her heart li soft ami runinrs II IK) p iu It 50 a in Arr I.rxlDKton bhouhl bo used a few month before confinement. A Impression that flvo I'KBVtiMXn Nothing on earth can with homo comparo " White Sulph siirli'ir.. 'i 00 n'n !i 10 a in her nature l warm, and sho soon becomes pounds of boiled Iwef wns tnoro than a perSend for book "To Motuim," mailol free. ASSOCIATION, " CharlottaTllle(V M Junel) 3 10 p mi 11 10 a m When u loving mother waits us therr. a willing captive. If tho marriage takes son could oat at cm lime, was recently de" Hlchiuond 8 10 p in I M p ni IlnAnriri.i) IttocLXTon Co, Atlacta, Ga. liuHennt Jtutoi,, iu Uotl Honifpln. TO DIC HKLD AT place whero no stream Is near.a round " Newport New 10 14 p in, Ulpn o stroyed by a Piute I ml. an who engulfed CO p iu 7 00 p m "Old I'ntnt Couifort of u tortuin size Is formed, the duuisol the boi'f and wagged W insatiate jaws CiMSEB and Jupancsu oat everything ItICIIXO.Nl, TUESDAY, AUUUST " J 40 p ui !, " Norfolk is given half the circle's start, and If sho for more. All tJoubts In tho matter being that comn out of thosou. All the ilshos are a 40 p Waililiijtuu i :.) p m good to tuolr taste, and uro caught with succeods in running threo time round " Haltlmure Anil continue Kour Dayi. It rn p iu II 23 pm settled, siul beef being source, ho wagged " Philadelphia 3 00 a a :i 00 a ni her suitor comes up with her sho Is in vala and his tnturtiate j,ivs remained groat skill Sou weed a of sevorul sorts uro " New York 0 20 a ni 6 20 a u. fwnt tar Into tlio Intorlor to bo used in TKOTTINO AND RUNNING RACES a virgin; if not, alio insatiato still. ontitled must couscafto tho bonds of matrimony. The indications ef an ad run cod stato of thickening soups, gravies ami pudding, For Tlckela, Katt Icifjrmntlon, etc, apply at Upon the Track each Day. KY and aro highly prized bCiMUso tiny glvo a A iu the other ca-)but few ouUtrip civilization are yearly growing more nuTicket oliice or addrem I('KIIA11 II. W, l'T,l,i:K Vi,V. u luxury tniUxliwors. merous, and no better evidence that wo relishing ilavor of salt, which Special tralni to and irom Parli, Cnthlana, 2d Vice Pitxldem. Geu'i Pata'r A' beyond tho E. H. BURN8IDE, ertmSel!on with tho oroctlon of a aro rapidly approaching a higher plain of ants. Tho reach of d mot Chineso peas- Winch eater, LeziPKUD, DanTllle, MtanforJ. I.ao. Loulir lie. Kt. nicbmond, Va. Is almost ldon caater, Ltrlogaton and all ralnta reached hr the two of infllectuallty Is needed, than to witness contomb in Lahore, there is a roraunco of tlcal with the very common uso of "Irish K. C.K. It. This Old siderable Intorest. Tho tomb was built the keen delight with which the untutored tuoss" by Americans In making toothsomo Well - Known Troat'aceleliratoJ Band will furnlih the Muilc. A. dosert selects and conveys All Udiea Free on the Flrat Uar. tho receptiou of the romalns of tho squ.iw of tho of for Hotol Still Maintains it dishes. Hut, Indeod, ilsho and soa.wood woven--wir- e cellar her wigwam tho T. T. COVINGTON, Emperor Johunj.r, by tho most honored to thebustle of comraorce-- . aro oaton tho world ovor; but surely no J. I". HEItN'DON, High Reputation. "airto. Hecretar; Aaslatant tiecretarr of Mohnmmodan women, Noor Jehan, his K. 11. TKKBILL, President. other pooplo cut tho tide-flanlmuls swalTwo ATTOitXKva onco fought a iluol, nnd !ll. Johanjir only wife. When THE INTERIOK JOURNAL ANU them shot nwny tho other's coat-tai- l. lowed by the ruitivos of Yosso. For beenmo enamored of this woman, who was cue of "If your antagonist," said tho good tho most simply organized of tho And tli l.nulntllla ono of his follower. Upon married to class of nnimals to which 'Shells" belong second, "had been client, you Xti ljRrifltor lI Dotormtaoo .n : HOUSE, culnlug tho throne tho Emperor caused shot's have hit his pocket," a Tho remark arc (tilled uscldlans. Thoy grow some- WALTON'S OPERA Courier-Journ- al would It Snail bo aeoond to no Cti'ini-tho husband to bo slain and eventually creatodageneral itiugh, undor tho inllu-enc- o times singly, sometimes in clusters, and Hotel in the 8ta,t in iti 8TANKOKD. KY. Hecured tho wife. Sho became exalted In Ono year for onljr $:t twu puri for littlr of which tho antagonists shook aro rooted immovably to tho sandy botAppointment!, or Attn. tho land, and is said to have inventod tho hands and made up. Two mon, engaged tom, subsisting ou what ttfo currcntu may more tnan the price of one. WALTON BROS. . - Proprioto's. tion to Oomfor. -- f lino porfumo known us "attar of roses." in "satisfying honor," wero so nervous bring to thoin. In Japan thoro Is nn ascld-la- c tomb their Otiat Upon Johaujlr's doath sho had tho vow-Inwhich is us lurgo as one's list. It haj of By paying ui Jt ruu will rev tie fur one yeai world, built and then retired from the but .spotless" that oach shot wide his antugouist Ono no shell wlmtewr, und Is a gray, llabby, home paper with the CuurlerJurual, of tho secondb suggested that, honor bo 70ur KansiX' will lie .ii.eril In .1.1 t 1. t nover to wear any thing' newspaper il Uih 50111 ri, deuiocrat d sac, supportol on a short Blie of Stage, 2uS0. free of rharr. special ...!!i.i ... n tnken of luujnsoiablo widow- - ing satisti' (1, tho duelists sbouitl sh.lko , Elxht coumlete aet ol ticeu ic and for n (arid for reTei.ur nuir anl the lieat, Ml at ilk. Hut in spito of its fjiblddlug U wholly unnocessarv," 1 l" ('nm.irfl! T rj. !, r. 11,1 nxj. dealing cpaclty, Including gillery, Wj brlithtoit aud ablmi taiull; wny Iu tb Unlteu t -- I . it is said sho lived tuauy years aft-- lutiiK "That hood tho Jain plcUl'i It ai vlnozar and ftlteaiotjatlu rate to ooJ attraetiou:. a sample wimi delr.Stateii Tho I" xaiuiiie .1 upon :a ccai::.'-l'-. sunuiir Cl caa . 5Ucd th2 other socoud:" their luujj have envard oj.Jiof i.....in can Ji. t at tills cftci copy ol Shu .... pwu uoAujj mia 'uxiitasrooii. cjjyjign dollar i. J two-third- whont-oxportln- A Slip. A brooklet nnd a pretty maid o'or mossy stones went tripping. And then tho pretty maiden said: "I'm awful 'fraM of slipping." Tho snucy brooklet laughed aloud, as It ran o'er a bowlder, And whispered: "She'd havo surely slipped if he'd been hero to hold her." M'. .1. Ktlcham, (n CtRtury. Drunkennen or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured by administering Dr, Haines' TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. - y pre-iKir- WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, old-tim- 1 WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S ny Wall Paper, a$M s. HJf r tVUTO RJtivr "tl Furniture, j-- ;?.; .'-- P rosj-waU- Absolutely Putc. i, Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as tho lowest. r: one-quart- Full'and Complete Stock of tho above and prices onc-hnl- B. WEARE1V. -- Stanford. d lMOrXOGItAlIIKU, HNTE'W- FUKNITURE STORE IAIC IIVFFJIAX, l'ropriofor. !t Livery, Training, SALE WILLIS HOUSE. J. WILLIS, Propriotor. j TACKaSOX IIOUWK, ;,(XX),-OO- O mIK XI II r'f "n'l u - 1 'r tl u- H -- -- $25,000.00 IN GOLD 1 2-- 3 -- IliCil oft-tol- d A NEW FAST MAIL -- ' d 1ST sea-sic- k t't-lesi- 1 &ftnmriivs -- .'llii Friend -, I'l - GREAT FAIR ?z 9hJ hr FAIR easYTIIII t cir-.cl- 1 1 111 o MYERS HOTEL. STANFORD. and 1 soa-weo- Propr Grand i'ombiiintion t, at -- Weekly ?n, '' tullp-shapi'- uuii-uuu- r, .. - sr- x a- - ,HwWT, -- HZ,g7.AL