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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887080501 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. T i SCUIl VOL. XVI. gayest. f2 9 cfl STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1887. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. ill Ml. Imteflif LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. nfiwL NO. 252. II INK MOCK FOIl SALE n I wlih to sell Kurtr-ti- f. Shares of First National Hank nock ot tUantbrl. If not soli private-- l will sell publicly County Court Day. 217-t- VERNON, ROCKCAS1LECOUNTY. Crab Orchard Spring are now at their ltibllHhel Tiicnttiu nmt fVW(ii -- at SjtU I'lailANNUM.CAHIl. U! understood if we credit IbillJW pec ted and demndf-l-. " The election disturbance at all Vegetation la suffering for want -- The nntto cf pissed parched i d And without any everything Is of rain. the Oood Templars etill"()rwardaml I'pward." - W. P. WALTONDRIPPING SPRINGS As several parties. t leaving this week who may wish we will luvti room for t, Friday, w hue to omr. phantom parly. All Crab Orchard will be here aid siveryliidy is invited lo atfond. On nrx' Friday, August 12th, I will have men oottaetM vacant and will rent them to prlie who wih to keep house at ?" per week. I furnish cjkin! stovi and uten-silchairs, ll liedslea I aud n tabic to each room. Njw is your chance If jou wtnt to keep houd 1 s, 1 Will rent the ' (ijiurmir's Lotlcr," three rooms furnished am! eTsrvthing ready for hoiirekeepini: t ?20 per week Mr. El Walker', family, who are now oc cupylng II, leave to Jay, Friday. Afler this date we will only hire "dances per week, which will Le on Tu day and Friday night. Respectfully, I). 0 Hl.Afi.HTKn. to Cleveland's Substitute Apnpo of the ureal hue and cr re pecting the fsilure of President Cleveland to serve in the army and hi securing a y 1'ole a. a substitute, which hs been and milichulf ex iterated into a display of unpurio'.Mui, I ho resident cf thin village, Irrespective of political faith, unite in pronouncing "ich report grossly libelous Wlva Firl dumpier wa fired ujon among the dm to enlist were hi. two younger brothers, Fred and Cecil, who tearfully placed their widowed mother un der the protection of drover, thru in Butlslo. The legacy left her by hi. f.ither, the spiritual shepherd of a rural ri )ck, wa extremely limited, and to Urover he look. el for support, and, At oue of the aged Til lager proudly expressed it, never wan a on more solicitous of the comfort and welfare of a raotber. Hbe wm a woman of auuny temperament and ber dignified personality gate character to the village. Her hospitable home wa open to her friend, and her ministration to the tick and unfor tuaate. In the town endeared ber to all. Hbe doted on drover and he wn devoted lo her. Oa a email salary, which he earned by cloie application to the desk In a law office and at timet by clerking in several stores, he continued lo contribute by a generous self denial to keep up the old homestead anJ maintain his mother as its mistress. When it became known to the old lady that Urover wu called upon to go to the frjnl, be, recogmrng her dependent paction, was loth to give conent to his de pirture. Mindful only of her welfare, he finally agreed lo recure, if pj'sible, a sub stitllte, and when successful his 5rt thought wax of hi mother, and to her he imparted the glad tidings by the tint mail Charlei White, the old patriarch of the village, who ia on the wrong aide of 70, when questioned concerning the widely circulated stories of the President's cowardice, shook ha head in disgust that etich b ejrd .lories should be deemed worthy of "the Irnsl consideration ur I fur it," "You need not accept my eaid he, "but you may ink my of the old er townspcop'e and see if they do no" agree with me in the statement that m braver boys ever lived than tho Cleveland?. The story of cowardice in connection with lint honorable family, opecIslly to those who know all the boy from their inf incy, is aa contemptible aa the attempt of a certain New York paper moat pronouncedly hoatile (o Cleveland lo associate some scandal to the fact of hi having presented a riding pony to s young lady of this village whom he has known tince childhood. Cowardice la just the reverse of Cleveland's characteristic; hut 1 presume political moonahice must be had, no matter whose name trails (N. Y.l Special. in the pur-psel- In addition to other itHictions little Jennie Kvans is very ill with llux Many of our younj people frtijuently attend tl c bills at Dripping Springe. Services tit the Chri!i.n church next Saturday nlidit, Kunday morning and night by Itev. J. (. Montgomery, pastor. Dr. Pettua' hoft cf friends regrei ex ciedingly that he was defeated in the late legislative race, which iosition he i in every way eo well qunltfi'd to fill aud for which ho had o honeulr nnd honorably striven Dr Joe Oralmm Vive' this week for the far Wist llide helm an excellent M. I) , he is a mot worthy touoc nun and our people are very sorry indeed to have him leave our midt and caU his lot hinong strangers. Many warm friend j iu ti in bidding him (iod speed. That charming Lexington beiutr, Mis Matlin Lte Smith, is the guest of Mis Louana James. They are now attending the Dtnville fair. Miss Btker, of is viiling Miss Helle Livingston. Mrs. Taylor, of Louisville, and Miss Cora Van IVIt, of Dinvllle, nro the guets of the Mieses Hardir. Miss Maggie Davis ie yisitlng in Garrard. Mist Jennie Kennedy presides as organist at the Christian church during her alsence. Mrs Leila Cannon, of Nicholasville, has be el the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Curtis Miss LiK Doug-Itof Diuville, is visiting reUtivei here. Miss Minnie Myers has joined her couin, Mises Lah and Km Sieger, at the Hirri Hotl'p. Little Kate Smith has bteu very sick. s, who had enaffections of many respectable snared the farmers living near Wyman, was recently ordered to leave the country by a band of regulators under penalty of a coat of tar and feathers. Nothing daunted by the tbicit, the widow bought a double-barre- l shotgun and awaited developments. When the regulator approached the house to carry out their threat, tho aight of a loaded gun piloted from one of the windows deterred them and one of the number in admiration of the woman' pluck, advanced under athgof truce, proposed marriage and was accepted on thaipot. Then a parson wu called in, the marriage was celebrated and the night wound up with a round of A pretty Nebraska widow, feativitiea. A recipe for a good, harmleea hair-wasTake of scalded black tea 2 ounces, with 1 gallon boiling water; atrain and add 3 ounce glycerine; tincture cantharldea A ounce and bay rum 1 'iait. Mix well by shakTne report that Stanley, tne African ing nod then add perfuma - Scientific Cholera Cure. It ia guaranteed to curs and 2t iaaold by all druggists, explorer ia dead, is denied. American. The Burning of Mosco. Tnose who visited Louisville Ust fall during the production of the "List Dits of i'ompeii" will say that it wa one cf the grandest eight ever seen in this section of the country. IMng encouraged by the great aucce.s of last eeison, the management Is determined to eclipse all previous production. Beginning Thursday August IS, continuing every Thursday and Saturday evening, closing Ootoher '11 1, 1'iin's achievement "Tin Burning of It is needlr to say to llio-- e versed inhuto-rthat a better subject couldjool have been selected The reputation of the 1'iin, as kings of all pyrotechnic exhibitors of the world is not disputed. Louisville is tho only city in the I'al'el Slates, outside ol New York, that has a contract to oive nil of their productions yearly. Orer 2t0 per sor.s in correct costumes, made and imported from France and Russia, will be seen. Napoleon and his stall, on spirited horses, at the bead of the French nrmy, when entering the doomed city, will b n ight never to be forgotten. Anyone demous can obtain an instructive pamphlet giving a correct synopsis of that grand event, be addressing Jtuoe B Caip. Business Manager, Louisville. Thous and ol strangers will be in the city on the opening dav, to witnss the grand street parade of the French nnd Uissian armie; also the illumination of Fourth Avenue at night, from Main Street to the Amphithea tre, a dittir.ee of nearlv three mile. A s. torchlight procersion of 500 lhe above will be the ime ued it The Ohio convention marks out the tjuecn Victoria's Jubilee iti England last June DjIi'i fiil to It-- on hand Thursday, leadins issue for v7 and 1SS3. It is AtlguH lith, a cheap rale will be tiven whether the country will approve the rec ord cf democratic administration by conon nil rilrnade. tinuing its commission to serve the people, F.J. V atki how ho raiy construct a re- or will stigmatize the conduct of the publiable telephone from his store to his resi- lic servants it chose in 1S31 There is no dence, a disiarcu of ISO rods. A. Cut a middle ground. The Cleveland adminiscircular aperture about tj inches in dhme-te- r tration is either a success or a failure. It is in a board Over this tack a piece cf tither true or falee to its mission. It his parchmeut. To a wire solder a button or either faithfully tried to redeem the pledgdisk one inch in dimter. Past the wire es it made to the people not to any sect, parly or faction, but to the whole through a hole in the cnlr- of the pucii we' people or it has faithlessly failed to make ment, support the latter hbr zoot-ulyit Hnd iiispeud n weight lo the wire. Pre gcod these covenants. Oi the main issue New York pare two of these. When dry place one at there is no middle ground. end of the Hoe aud stretch a wiie Star each tightly batwejn thatn, drawing against the The girts who bathe at Long Branch are buttons. Where the wire goes around cor a sight They have discuded the old flannero, which should be avoided aa much aa nel trousers and bjgv waist and substitupossible, o ts or more loops of marline must ted thin, gauzy raiment of the moat exquisbd used lu cirry it. It mmt touch no solid ite patterns nnd which show their pretty object. If properly arranged, on talking forma to perfection. For shoes they wear ageinat one drum held the sound will be heavy embroidered white cloth with black Scientific Amer silk tops. Ooe girl eeen bathing at the eproduced by the other. Weat Had a few days ago wore black silk loan. close fitting trousers and waiat, yellowstock. Tho advance of education in India is ings and white shoe. She did not go in marked by the pos (office statistics for the the surf at all, but reclined quietly on the ten years ending March 31at, 13S6 The betch, allowing the breakers to caress her number of letter increased from 110,000, prelty form, all unconscious of the atten000 to 233,000,000 per annum, and the intion which she was nttracting. crease in the number of newspaper wat no The new law requiring bicltcist to carless than 115 percent. ry balls and lamps produces some amusing Instead of the boutful 50,000, tt ia spectacles. Ooe wheedniau baa a cow bell doubtful if the Prohibition ticket has re fastened on hia machine so that it rinje ceived 5,000 votes in the State. Two yeara dolorously with the motion of the wheel. ago this same old Fox, that had h's tail All over town youngsters who cannot afcut so short Monday, received 3S 017 vote. ford new bells ride about carrying dinner -- Louisville Times. bells in their bands, which they ring when The most wonderlul remedy for chicken they approach pedestrians. This complies Washington dispatch. law cholera ever discovered is Oanter's Coicken with the l.t Mo-cow- ." torch-bearer- Dr Grant will be in Mt. Vernon the first week of Circuit court. Rockcastle can aympathiza with Lincoln in her tribulation for she hns been there lo these many years. Does the disappearance of Mr. T. T. Wallace havo any connection with next week's court and will he work up any more hear storied Circuit Court convents here on Monday next, S h init Indication1 are that not much business will li; transactxd, the docket being ligh. A number of our republican friends h'ctuie rither enthusiastic late Mondny evening when some cm announced tho elcc tinn of Bradley. Ward carried P. ckcistle 21S over Webb and latet advlcei sir he also carried Laurel a few votes making his mijirity in the neighborhood of '11") They tell it that a numbar of people allowed themselves to be snake-bittepurpo-el- y of late, to get an excuse for visiting the still house "over the hill." Mr A.J- Keed, of Richmond, was here Wednesday looking after the jewelry nnd paraphernalia of the OJd Fellows lodge that disbanded here some six years since. A negro was Itjured by the explosion of a torpedo on the railroad at P.easant Valley Wednesday, a piece of tin going inIt was extracted and the to his back. darkey is over his scare. M Birrett, the popular Supervisor, wis here a few days since. Three Illinois gentlemen are here to clo-- e up their trade with Mr. S W. Parrla for his property here They are looking at other property and may purchase several tracts. Steve Prewitt, who shot Jack Biker on election day, had his extmining trial set for Wednesday, fie was admitted to bail in the sum of 5300 to nppear at Circuit Court. The wounded man is reported to be in a bad shepe and not likely to recover. We understand James Poynter and Tom Brown have been holding discussions on the prohibition question pro and con in the Big Glades lo large and npprer.iative Dr Lovell and Nate Evans audiences. made a horseback tour of Jackson county VednesJay and Thursday. Col. J. B Fish dropped in here on Tuesday morning He says he ia not the correspondent who reported the Yellow Creek fight The Colonel is further into the mountains than he used to be Mr. McDutl Ward is in Louisville on busine. R. L Newcomb has gone to Galveston After the shot that struck Biker was fired but one pistol was seen and that was an old, rusty, single barreled affair that was loaded with patching around the bullet Several knlvis or scythe like a rills blades from 13 to 22 Inches in L;ngth were in the hands of boys from 12 to 16 yeus of age. It was claimed by some of the friends that there were corn knives, but in our experience we had failed to observe a double edged before. George Johnson, a bright looking 11 year old hoy got cfi' the train here Monday evening claiming to be an orphan from near Pirkaville. H says he had been taken by a man named Merrimon at June tion City to raise, after the death of his parents For some reason which the boy says he i unable to explain. Mr. Merrimon bought him a ticket to this point, placed him on the train aud told him he didn't need him any longer. Circuit Clerk Win. Fiih took the boy home with him to remain until he finds a place or home. n, public sciool opened Monday with Klly Stillings principal an 1 Miss Lizzie Fogle, of Caey, assistant teacher. A Swiss boy whose name we have not learned suicided Tuesday night in the 8wis colony by placing the muzz'e of a double-barre- l shot-guIn his mouth and firing, pulling the trigger with his toe. Elmer, tho little son of D. R. Brock, has been very low with remittent fever. Mils ILitiie Brown is alck. D in Jonea has fever. C C. Williams, E-- , Mt. Vernon, was here Tuesday 'Fishle" passed thro' on night train Monday night. J. S. Heck-t- r and George McAlistcr, Stanford, were here Tueeday night. Col. A. J. Reed, of Richmond, was here on I O O. F. business Wednesday. This county gives Bradley a majority of about 500 vote-- ; Ward for the legislature majority. No disturbances at any of the polling places, although the republicans used both money aud whi-k- y "on the sly" and get terribly mad now because they were caught in their disreputable practices. Their anger, however, puta no changea on anybody and does not alter the fact of their having used "boodle and bocze." A blooJy battle waa fought in Clay county on the evening of election. A. J. Hacker was killed outright, hia body receiving four shot. D. C. Lyttle, Hacker's brother received a pistol shot wound in the bead, from which he cannot possibly recover. D.iugherty White was shot thro' the abdomen and seriously if not fatally wounded, and John G. White slightly wounded in the arm. The fi'ht came up oyer the vote of a negro, who had cast bi8 ballot for Buckner and was fought between Hacker and Lyttle on one aide and four of the Whites and two negroea on the other. There is considerible bad blood in Clay and never fails to manifest itself when a "nigger" rotes the democratic ticket. O.d Uncle Jonathan Halcber, who lives near town, has been a voter for CO years and in all that time has never crossed or scratched a denucratic ticket. His first presidential ballot waa cast for Old Hickory Jackson and he has been putting them in aa O d Hickory would have him ever aince He is not cn'y a stalwart democrat, but in hia time was a near relative of Sampaonin point of strength and physical enduiance, having more than once felled the timber and split 200 oak fence rails in four hours' time; on one occasion cut and put up 40 con's of wood in ten days, or four cords a day, and at different times has cut eight acres of heavy oats and wheat in one day with an ordinary cradle and in the primeval days would hew a whole eet of house logs in a day sufficient for a building ten rounds or logs high and 13x20 feet in dimensions, He ia now in feeble health, being Sl yeara old, but ia always well enough to get to the polls and cast a straight democratic vote. 1 in-la- - Oar WHEAT WANTED ! d . T. UVHU, G. A. BENEDICT &CO., W ,. rott, the Manager of tha Stanford Roller Mllli Company, will purchwo Wheat. Psrttet wishing to sell or eicbange wheat will call and ' see hlu at the Mill. 213-OlAM'lJKU HULLKK MILLS COMPANY. STAMOltD, KKXIUCKV, MIIiliIlVERir. lam dally opening an elegant line of Spring and Summer Millinery, Including all Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!, trWella DrtlleJ to order and pumps farmlshed 215f at factory prices. -t The Latest Novelties of the Season. Alo Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collar) and Cuirj, Itucbfog, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You will and me at the roomi lately vacated by Smiley A Warren, next door to the Myers Home. lGMm KA TE It WO Kit A It. WU. ABKS. ICE! ICE! ICE I will deli-- In dWB'orJ to regulir end vicinity everr uioruluj a' One Cent Per Pound. Accounts due st theclfo v- when customer nuiu. of each jas. . otva Nottry Public. or f, n k n tntioir .. tao'.'a AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 311 XX. 1MIOTOGK JiXMEftT DLVMLLL, KY. FOXi un Fifth Street, ' LOCWVIJULE, - (KC-ly- ICY. .) Roomi3anJ 3, Crotnle Block. Has removed to hi! elowot now building uri'O- site the poit tllesand is bstter than ever prepir- ed to accommodate the public rlth fine pi. turei PEARSON & CLARK. YV 1 JJ.OiGSU16 ljT0C61?S ijallifactlon guar- - teod. m vw mV4i v Sfanfftyd Pawale f!ftl1envi m vaahsyw vvmvzlvi ALEX. S. FAXTOX, l'KES. Next Seiuon will . i - LEXINGTON, KY. i Wohc ainlii 203-C- street. I lgln on ! TAXES ar;1Sa ,tU'e,, ! TAXES u.m.. mr, . Imtructlon thorough, and discipline kind, but firm. (Jraduatea on lour different courtes arrang ed to suit the taates and capacities or glrli. OtTer! ipeclal attraction! In fie DdDirtmentj of Art and KJ-- tf for catalogue. Muilc. Taxes, unpaid br the ThUrSdaV, the IS! Of September u?ii anJ I "HI bare to collect The New Kercnue Law adds six per cent, to first day of September It. So pleaje come for- - ..,;... .. , . r. w - , wwiTwit MT. VERNON, KY. n Hotel li (till mainTali old and taining lta fine reputation. Charge reaaonable Special attention to the trarellng public. !3-6- ' DANVILLE FAIR. AUG. 2, A , 4: & 5. JEICII-IIORX'- S Cntn-logue- J. P. XJSn'COJIIf, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. Splendid Show of Stock Gtuirniitced. Music b' W. R S.UiaTIN. JNO. M. PERKINS. s BAND. For aipply to the Secretary. BaoDllElD, Kv., May, UST. Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many fnenda andcuitomeriot the change In tirm nana to MARTIN A PERKINS. Tne new firm boms, not only to sustain the reputation of theold, but Intends to make many lathe manufacture ot tobacco which will be to the interest ol our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past farors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, Hcsptctfully youn. we remain, rja-Gi- J. IYIsE, Pre. ' J. M. MEYER, Secj. 6 ANTEH' v CHICKEN a 3IAUTIX As IT.ltKIXS. Cholera Cure ! X DK.I.S.I1UKDETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD, KY. $W Thousands Has bad an experience ol orer fifteen iyeirs, and has successfully treated hundrels of cases Special attention Is glren to the treatment of all diseases of the eyes. Name and address ot patients 220-Ccured given on application if desired. 6rV Medical Bxamining Board. I.ntkiior JocaXAL ) SoMEiarr, Aug. 1. Will you pleaee make mention in your paper that the Med. ical Examining Board of the Sib judicial district met in Somerset July 25th for the examination of applicants to practice medicine and will meet again in the Bame place on September 14th. The Board is composed of the following gentlemen: Dr. Bro- naugh, ol Stanford, Dr. J. A. Phillips, of Monticello, Dr J. B Kinnaird, of Lancas ter, Dr. A. W.Johnstone, of Dinville, and Dr I. S Warren, of Somereet, (To tbo EJltor of the L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R. R. THK tlKKAT THROUGH TRUNK LINE of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy thatViwj cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a Amos Aeeter. bottle is enough for trial. A Tnere'a a lively little creeter which ia one hundred chickens. It is guarof known as Amos Keeter, and it couldn't be anteed. If, after using a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly much Heeler if it tried; It is ever sweatly singiog while about satisfied w ith it as a cure for Chicken you swiftly winging, eeeuing out a place for Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded. stingin; through your bidt; s two-third- SOUTH & WEST I -I- O THK TTITH Pullman Palace Sleepers, LoiiiMtilio to NiiHiillc, , llliuila, 3Iciiiii1i1h, s Little Roclf, Mobile aml Neu OrleauN. Only one chnntte to points Ic McMtKoinerj-- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS rec-tio- n, In gore 'tis ever wadin', lanced from DR. W. B. PENNY, grandam and from maiden, till its veins aie Seeking homes on the line of this road will recelTa DENTIST, overladen with the stuff; rates. JContuolcy MTsee Agents ofspecialCompany lor rates, routes thl And yet, though rich its diet, the small gtnniorrt .Vc ,or rlle C P. ATMORE, G. P. AT. A., creeture ne'er is quiet, and you really can't Loulsrille, Ky come nigh it which is tuff; Y'ju think you're sure to lam it, and against tie wall you jim it, but you'll sadly mutter, dammit; and it ekip; Oa, smart ia Amos Keetar, tin your yery nose he'll teeter, anJ he says "this my meeter," as he nips. The rorldreuowned Knabe, the famous DeckOffice on Lancaster street, next door to ItiT. er A Son, the popular and reliable lereit. The Confound the wretched creature, he KtOJt Journal office Office hours from 8 ton K. and 1 to 6 r. k. Anesthetics administered when celebrated C'lough A. Warren, and the John Church A Co 's swells your every feature, aa be bleeds you neceuary. ItSMTr.l like a leech or dineth off your face. Oh, if he sang in EJen, no stronger CENTRAL Any one desiring an elegant and durable muproof I'm needin' of the cause of the se- - KENTUCKY sical Instrument will do welt to examine our prices before purchasing. Wears areata for the cedin' from the Joan Church A Co., and will warrant our Pianos loi seren years, and our Organs Times. "Blue'GrtiHH Ronte." r raps n place.-rPblladel- phia II Of Senator Erarla' fire daughters only one remains unmarried, Hia twin eons, one of whom waa married a few days ago are graduates, of Yale, and were rer popOne of them waa ular whllo at csllege. valedictorian of his class, while his brother stood very near the top. for fire years The Everett Piano and the Clough A Warren Orgin are the best and most reliable Shortest and Quickest Bonte from Oau tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Line Between LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Through tickets and baggage checked to an; desUnatlon reached by t railroad. For full particulars, call on any agent of tat An old lady of BakersSeld observed: company, or "How styles hare changed since I was a a F. II. MOK.SE, D. A.FEELEY, Trar. Pass. Agent, Oen.Pau. Agent, Ulrl. Theyused to wear dretsrs up to the Lstxlngton, K.J Corlngton, Kr. neck and gloves with only one bntton. Mil. E. HUNTINGTON Recelier, General Unices. Corlngton.Ky. Now they wear gloves to the neck and dresses with only one button." Kern we ferdislly f . rommaoj r our 14 auhebtu rtntlr (Oil.) Otzette nowntoutl iuja)fi!i.s ami ;lt.t. VU t DATS. t shave tolj const The Moruan missionaries teach that no JWO.trMt.S aol tsw w sni1 la every cite it fliMatar.. WV kit given .utfi.U:a. unmarried woman cm go to heaven, Tbey wrdooibfUi, Ale.lt A LUk, tmy be wrong, but it ia just as true that no CitTKlttCllulCs. IUUm. N. Y Cinolnn.UjHBH woman wants to go to heaven before she is SoilhjDtiiiW.i. married- ,- Lowell Cit zjn. can bo seen at the postotlice in Stanford, where Miss How itlcbards will state prices, etc. Persons who oare purchased these Instruments will testify to their durability and elegant finish . We will be glad to servo the public, and guaraa tee satisfaction. Elder W. L. Williams, of IIustonTllle. also represents the John Church A Co., and will be pleas-e- d to serve his friends. M. Instruments Minufacturfd. Our instruments It. j BSVKRK.NCKS: i. J. COOli, Agents. John O. Carpenter, Uustonrille; J. M. Elmore, Stanford, James Beailey, titaulord; J. M, Philips, ntanford; A. U. Pennv, Htanford; Mrs. Fannie Farm, Lancaster; Gen W. J, Lan Irani, Lancaster: Charles Sandldge. Junction City; W. M. Payne, Preacbemllle: Mrs. K M. Carpenter, Stanford j Mrs. Maggls Holmes, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal-(ai- e. Lancaster. 133 lyr rt V trjItOEOlV utac aw liKB F. UVVrUJLlf, UTANKOKD, DENTI8T, KY. CS Ptl; tt.O, riijulru. oouta side 1 lit in Mysrs iiotel; rnrs Mtmus uzue Qai ttiei ., mo alulnttur ii:o;s d wheat A &XY 1 r Jmenor Journal AUgnst 0. oo if Stanford, Ky I ..' u I I in the situation which indicates a greater proportionate lo's in the Tuere are various causes that led to the remaining counties, and with the informadefeat of the democratic ticket in Lincoln. tion obtainable this morning we do not In the firt plica Dr. Pettu, while a good doubt Buckner will hive 22,000 more votes known end the lie than Bradley. If the majority is not as mn who circulated that his candidacy lare as our pride deoianls the democrats industriously as in the interest of the wliieky element have only themselves to blame. drove the prohibition cranks from his supThe returns from all over the State show port. His voting record was alao clouded a very alarming decrease of the democratand man; pave as an excuse for not voting ic vote, attributable to general apathy and for him that be had voted for Babbitt and the prohibition crazj. Toe claim, however once or more against the nominee4 of the that Bradley is elected governor is too wild All thee combined to admit of consideration, but Bjckner's democratic party. hi candidacy unpopular, though majority is so distressingly email as to made many of the reports weie arrant and un make a true democrat ashamed of the rescrupulous lie. Then there w abiolute-J- y sult. noorgan'Mtion intheputj and no enTHE ELECTION RETURNS. thusiasm could be produced, even for the State ticket. The votes that Bobbin cot The Result Not What Was Expected, But came almost entirely from the democratic Buckner Gets There AH The Same. ranks and Davison's still hunt did the The following dispatch was received balance. last night: HAKRCPSBCim is to have another newsLonsviLLE, Aug. 4 The Damocratic paper, the "Mercer County Sayings." Judge Central Committee are confident of 15,000 T. M. Cirdwell writes us that he will and this launch it upon the sea of journaliim, or or 20,000 plurality for Buckner and re- evening's lima pins its faith to those words to that effect, August 11, quests an exchange. There is not much though they may go as low as 10,000 money in one much lees in two papers in a or 12 000. E G Looan. town of 2,000 inhabitants, and while we Pulaski gave Bradley 1.051; Whitley 1- ,wish the handsome ''bofs" success, we be- 005 and Liurel 600 lieve we could make twice as much at any The democrats carried Lixington by S other business snd work less than half as majority, the Grst time for years. hard. The newspaper business is one conBourbon gives the State ticket 150 ma tinual "demned horwid grind," with remu- jority and elects Thomas to the legislature neration far short of the value of labor. by GOO. Phelpj was elected representative from Louisville Post says "that from prei The majori-t- r Cisey and Ilussell over Bryan McClure, ent indications Governor Btickner'a democrat. will hardly reach more than 15,000 or Sweet 0en gave Buckner 2.000 majority, This is enough for all practical 20,000. 200 more than she gave Cleveland. Evan purposes, but it is wonderfully email when Settle did it. compared with the majority of 14,434 for Louisville gve the Slate ticket 2,000 34S30 majarity given Knott or even the majority and elected n straight democratic President Cleveland." It attributes the legislative ticket. falliDg cfl in the democratic vote to boss Wayne elected a republican to the legispeople did not rule and the fact that the lature again and gave Bradley 50 majority. want an "old fossil" like Gov. Buckner at Rimsey, dem., for school commissioner was the head of the ticket. elected We neyer took any stock in the barbecue It is supposed that Bradley was telebusiness though we did invest in one. The graphed to come to Louisville to see how money spent on them, if it had heen used the returns from the mountain counties to get out the vote in the doubtful counties, should rend. would have counted ten tim8 as much, in The democratic majority will simmer fact we doubt if the burgoo business won down to perhaps 10,000, but we can't think us a single vote. Bradley says the one in it will go below that. The result is more Garrard helped him and it seems so too of a democratic lo's than a republican gain. since he carried the county by over 300. The Louisville Commercial said yesterday: A friend writes to suggest that as Divi-eo- Seventy-eigh- t counties show that the demohas not resigned bis office of Master crats lose 24,441 votes. Only six counties Commissioner Le is ineligible to a seat in show a gain for the democrats. At the the Legislature under the constitution. An same ratio Buckner will haye but a majori examination of the matter, however, re- ty of 5,725. vealed the fact that the general statutes deNot a single vote waa cast in Daviess fining the offices incompatible does not in- county for tbe labor ticket. Some alleged clude the commissioner who is an officer of laboriles, who have been heretofore conthe court and not of the State. spicuous in democratic primaries, worked showing republican gains very hard for the republican ticket, howAs the returns came in the Louisyille Commercial began to ever. rOwenaboro News. Madison county elects Cnenault to the shed its independent cloak and finally when there was some chance of the republicans legislature by 124 majority and gives Gsn. Gov. McCreary carrying the State, it doffed it altogether Buckner 175 majority. and came out in its true colors. No dem deserves all the credit for it. Would that ocrat ought to allow himeelf to be taken in Lincoln had a man that could so effectual ly hsrraonizj conflicting elements. by an "independent" paper of that kind. Kiturns from Gl legislative districts show It is said that the republicans have elect- the election to tbe Houee of 49 democrats, ed a man to the legislature in Pulaski that 13 republicans, one prohibitionist and one hasn't eene enough to find his way to union labor candidate. There are 36 disFrankfort. There are several othors we tricts jet to hear from which will largely could name that are in the same fix but increise the democratic list. fC J. 31. we'll bet they'll manage to get there and D. J. Curry, the republican prohibition draw that mileage and per diem as big as a candidate for the legislature in Mercer, dog. beat Pni! Thompson by 221. The womeu Yesterday the great State of Texas vot- made disgraceful spectacles of themselves by singing and shouting around the polls ed on a prohibitory amendment to the The canvass has created as usu- aud taking part in what was entirely out of al great excitemunt, but the prospect wbb their sphere. Returns in from 73 out of 118 counties that the decision by a small majority would be that the Lone Star State would continue in Kentucky show republican gains of over 24,000 and reduces the apparent democrat to take "sugar in thern" ic majority to 8,000. Bradley, tbe republiWhat's the matter with the little idiot can candidate claims the State. The demof the Monticello Sijnatl His little bowels ocrats are much humiliated and the Cleveseem to be out of order and between the land administration ia blamed for more paroxysms the unintelligible gargon that than its share in tbe remit. Cincinnati he emiU must be very disgusting to his two Commercial-Gazette- . or three readers. W. P. WALTON. The Controller of the Currency has surCourier Journal of yesterday eayc prised the national banks of the country by ,he counlleB 8how B ,0M j majority (31.S39) of 7,710. If the ratio of calling for a report of their condition at the twvtna a nil IniaAa Liiun nun lyrnro AAnl iitilnj Inn a m A In Ilia close of business August 1. buutuiuci mo phiuu ut uv j Justice A. M. Craig, of the Illinois remainiriB 10 per cent., the net democratic om will b 12.SM). lewine B.ickner a ma Supreme Court, is reported to have said jority oyer Bradley of 21.0S9. There is that anew trial will not be granted the I Tun 5,., tnn ciumi 'nothing whatever nnU-pnerall- v The Owsley IMles will go into camp on Saturdny, Aug 6.h, snd remain until Monday the S:h, Inclusive. The place of meeting wilt be called 'Camp Joel Walker," in honor of J. J. Walker, E q , upon whose land the tents will be pitched. The Lancaster Cadets, 20 strong, will accompa. uy the It iles. There will be dress parade condemned anarchists at Chicago. Circulars describing the Rav. William each day and preaching by the chaplain on Thomas Abbett West, wanted for the se- Sunday afternoon at 0 o'clock, The roster duction and murder of Susie Beck, have of the Rifles is 6S rank and file, and altho' been sent out br the St. Louis Ctiief of Po the company is not yet two years old, it has seen 50 days of active service. The ofliceis lice. While laboring under neryous excite- and men are all gentlemen, brave and true. ment, Mrs. Lisle, of Lansingburg, New Lancaster is proud of the company and her York--, threw her child from the train and citiz:ns fear no riota while we have the then jumped off, both sustaining injuries 0sley R'tlts. A Coward Letter Writer. (To the Editor of the Interior Journal; Crar Orchard. Aug. 2 When you say that Tom Fish ran away from home and became a "fugitive from justico" because he felt that he was not justifiable in killing Joe Whitley, ycu tell a deliberato lie: It wan bec.tue he knew that he could not git justice in a Stanford court. And anyone else in or near this town will testify to the same thiog A man from this town can no more get justice there than the parties who JULY 1ST, 1887 Your Accounts are due and ready fij-ure- e, n which resulted fatally. Accordiog to official reports there were 10,236 deaths from cholera in Chili during the period from January to June of this year, and the Government expended in fighting the epidemic. The earthquake of Tuesday morning was perceptible at many points in Kentucky and Tennessee. At Golden Pond, Trigg county, a farm of 300 acres is said to have sunk simultaneously with the shock. Col, Baldwin, district deputy collector, and Randenbaog, a leading republican at Nicholasville, euchanged shots, but neither was hurt. A bystander named Hocker caught one of the bullets, but was not seriously damaged. A little negro girl, iu South Carolina, is under sentence of death for killing a baby left in her charge. It would hardly seem that hanging was the proper thing in this case. Surely the child has not arrived at the age of responsibility. At Stouchberg, P.i , Tuesday, the oldest Lutheran church in the country waa struck by lightning and destroyed. The corner-ston- e of the building wai laid in 1743, rebuilt in 17S0, and seriously dam-age- d two years ago by a dynamite explo sion. Hon. Pnil B. Thompson, Jr , thinks that the judgment of the Federal Court against Taylor County will be reversed by tbe Supreme Court, to which ai appeal has been taken, so far as relates to the appointment of the Marshal to collect taxes in the county. The proportion to subcribe JlOO.Oi'O lo the Louisville, Cincinnati & Virginia railroad was curied in Clark by oyer 1,000 majority and the enthujiasm over it was unbounded. Work on the road will be comnrenced in 60 days and its speedy completion is assured, The Stanford Interior Journal sub. scribes $100 toward sending Hon. J. G. Carlisle off to a summer resort and hiring two doctors to cure him up. Mr. Carlisle's "disease" takes hold of him very frequently of late. He ought to have it cured. Lexington Transcript. In Jersey City Monday Mrs. Lillie Schlimmer, azed 15, was shot and killed by her youthful husband, who had failed to persuade her to leave the parental roof with him. At Bridgeport, Conn., George Wittestein shot bis wife three times and then himself, dying in 15 minute. The wife's wounds are fatal. Mrs. Alice Watson sued her husband, W. P. Watson, for a divorce at Nashville. The decree was rendered Friday and two hours late the grass widow, who is 40 years old, was married to Lee Brigge, a boy 17 years of age. The couple were in the court room awaiting the decision and as soon as the divorcs was granted ther made a break for a licence. -S- ixty-five millions of dollars is the snug little sum which Senator Stanford demands from the Government on account of tbe Central Pacifi: road. One item of is charged for the discount at which the bonds were placed owing to the gold discount premium, with the interest added, and most of the remainder is for al leged transportation which tbe Government did not get. $20,-000,0on-tbi- PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. i Unpaid Accounts of 1886 not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. murdered Jim Hiatt got justice there, And when I say these things I speak the senti went of all the people in and around Crab Truly, Orchard. J. C. Rinehart. We do not often notice publicly letters of tbe above contemptible nature, but seeing that the creature who wrote it profesnes to speak lor the good people of Crab Orchard, we do so to say that we believe that the tack is ilf imposed and that as good, as true and as law abiding a people can be found in Crab Orchard as anywhere. Law breakers are not tried generally by Stanford people, but by juries selected from all pirts of the county and it is before such that Fish would be tried if he were in the hands of the law. The only idea of justice entertained by such cattle as the writer of the above is that murderers and other law. breakers should be allowed to go Scott free of their crimes. We do not cue to banter words with a man who is "brave" enough to fire the lie at long rsnge, through a letter, nor do we care to have anything to do with such imaginary bullies We admire his discretion, however, moro than his bravery and would suggest that he continue to apply his cowardly epethets from a distance, or we may be tempted to debase our- selv(s by applying our boot to that portion of his anatomy where it will do the moat good. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. mmwm St SSO.BBB1F s 9 IFnETXIT vTAJR,S J.T T. R. WALTON'S. ZFIEITTIT --- 0-A.3S- TS We don't hear much boasting over the result of the election, except in the case of one old gentleman, who still believes that Bobbitt is elected. Hjetonville Academy will open in the Caristian College September 5:h, under the aupices of B. F. Blakeman, M. G. Thompson, Miss Mary Thompson and Miss Alice 1. R. Ford. The buildings are commodious, the grounds spacious aud pleasant, couise of in struction thorough, boarding department in skillful and kindly hands. The Gtojrapbical Party is said to have been a successful novtlty. Of the 1 1 S counties, whose names; were on tbe badges, it is said that at least (even of the young gentlemen were able to guess the county seats corresponding lothe badges ther bore. This is not a fair test. Try us on tbe more iwefiil and ornamental matters of education the rosters of various hae ball nines, the proper build of a bicycle, the ti;iire of n dance, the populai brand of cigarette, the tie of a cravat, or the endurance of a horse and we'll "chip in." OANHLLE. BOYLE COUN1T. WMonan t - SCYTHES & SNATHS A.T T. R. WALTON'S. BACON WANTED sy Cfl GARRARD COUNTY OEPARTMEN1. Lancaster. Fox's 100. vote in this county will reach Four-fifth- s of the yote came from the State convention at Saratoga, Sept. legislature. His record in the last body Fifteen shares of stock in the National waa enough to disgust a dog, but let that Bink of Lebanon sold at $152 to $154.25. pass. He's deader than a mackerel now. E W. Robertson, congressman elect in The prohibitionists were no where in tbe S h Louisiana district, died WednesLouisville. Fox'a vote was but 267 and day. A 13 year-olOhio boy has confessed local option was defeated by over 10.000. been bet- that he murdered his mother because she The object of Fox seems to have showed favoritism to his sister. ter understood at home than abroad Auditor Hewitt thinks that druggists The public debt reduction for July was who sell whisky even on the prescription The total cash in of a physician have lo take out the $100 nearly five millions the treasury is $450,304,361.00, of which license. $201,143,703 00 is available for the further In a general row at Manchester on reduction of the debt. election day A. J. Uickcr was killed, Dile Not this time, nor even o'mother time, Lyttle fatally wounded and several others MeeaterBndley. Njw go lo your hole injured. James Martin fell from Brooklyn and stay there. You ought to have more Bridge, a distance of 130 feet, to tbe water-anense than you started out with, although received no apparent injuries, rou have lets credit. The report that Jay Gould and his Poor old Kentuck)! She seems to be g associates are about to capture China by to the dogs with the ewiftnesa of a means of a bank with a capital of $2,000,-00is denied by him. streak of lightning. At Bay St. Louis, Louisiana, John Advocate is eclipsing even Ldner beat his wife nearly to death with The Danville its former fine record in its Fair dally this a heavr club and tbeD drove the blade of a pair of scissors into his own heart. wee. d go-in0 NOTES Of CURRENT EVEN1S. was the hottest month known for Bardstown went dry Monday. years. Oa no day at noon was the mercury An incendiary started a $250,000 fire 83 and for the mot part it played below among the 90. On several days it went at Evansville. The locil optlonistsca.-- t 4,136 votes in over 100 and en the 20;h registered 102. Louisville to the opposition's 15,302. Tne good news comes from Muhlenberg New York republicans will hold their that R. Y. Thomas waa defeated for the 14 July democrats. The democrats have been looking a little blue over the election returns. They tender to Lincoln their sympathy in her great misfortune. Tbe next thing is the trip up Salt riv er. The boat will contain the labor candidates, Mr. Fox and his crowd and Mr. B. and his crowd. B Btands for Buckner and Bradley both. On last Tuesday a mule, pulling a car riage containing the driyer, nurse and a little aon of Mr. Ervine, the pastor of Paint Lick church, became frightened at the rais ing of an umbrella and ran off, kicking the yehicle to pieces, throwing the occupants out and badly bruising the nurse and the little boy. Fortunately no one waa seriously hurt. What did it. Tne Board of Equali zation did it. 'J he railroad commission did it. The announcement of the presence of the State troops at the inauguration did it. Perhaps too much burgoo had something to do with it. Those who voted for Fox helped all they could to do it. Tho;e who stayed at home did it. Convict labor had something to do with it. Gtrrard count democrats helped to do it. Lincoln county ditto. How about Boy.'e? J. C. Robineoo. and wife have gone to Eitill Springs. John II. Woodcock has re turned from Pulaski county, Hon. W. 0. Bradley left for Louisville Wednesday morning. D, R, Collier has gone to Chattanooga, R, A. Burnside is making a trip in the mountains. The wife of Capt. E W. Lilian! presented him with a girl baby on Wednesday. Master Sam Lusk, of is visiting bis uncle, H. C. Kauff-maMrs. Paddock, of Maysville, is visiting C. J. Doty. Hus-tonvill- Workmen areenga;ed in making additional alterations to the circuit court room. The Jennie Holman theatrical troupe continues to draw good hoti'es at the Opera House. The county judge, county clerk and sheriff are engaged this morning in making an official count of the votes cast at tbe election last Monday. The child of a man named Lee Stone fell Wednesday evening and broke its collar bone. Dr. Fayette Dunlap rendered surgical attention. ATEBB. JOHN 1. DAV1B Oa the 1st day of August Mr. John Webb and Mies Serilda J, Pnelpa obtained marriage license and on the 21 lost. Mr. J T. Vermillion and Miss Nannie White- bouse did the same tbing. D. N Hinman sold on Wednesday to Dculors In- Walker Richardson, of Louisville, a pair of bay horses 3 years old for $700. Mr. Hinman also sold his half interest in his bay 4 ear-old to Tip Bruce for $210. The attendance at the fair on Tuesday and Wednesday averaged the usual number for the first two days. Today and tomorrow the attendance will be increased, notwithstanding the weather Is almost unOur stock is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven the closest bearably hot. of close buyers. Come to see us early and often. Hon, M. J, Durham returned to Washington Wednesday. He expects to again visit Kentucky in October. Mieses Lillian HtaJleyand Annie McDowell and Mr. Boyle 0. Rodes left Tuesday for Waukesha, Wis. Col. William A. Hoskins, of Sweet water, Tennessee, is here visiting his brother, John Hoskins, who is vir ill with Brighl's disease. - rmiLna ) -- i T. R. WALTON' WATERS & DAVIS, STANFORD. KY MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, neens- ware, Glassware, Itc. JEJUj 9. PHARMACIST, Filial, John Taylor, the recently deceased First President of the Mormon church, was In Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. no sense the peer of his predecossors, mentally or in moral courage. He is not PbTiUUm' rrwrlptloni accurately compounded, Al a great loss to the church and bis death will cot effect its policy. In Assumption Parish, La , two young men, members of the best families, Frank The Largest 8took of Watches, Olocks, Bertbel and Elmund Geautraux, agreed to Jewelry and Silverware settle a difficulty by a fiat fi jbt, during tought lo ttila market Price Ixwar than which the former treacherously fatally Eier Lownt. Waiehn. Clocki and Jewelry Be-ibt paired on ahoit notice and Warranted. stabbed tbe latter. JEWELER. jSI t 'jjm:'.:'! i 'i- - Hud :' juukfwxwfp- - v mjmkjmn-m- . mwmvmm wwimwMmmni nal Stanford, Ky 13. fctiool building U unini up alone and will ba ready for occupanO. WALTON, UualnooB MnnuKor. cy September 1. Giorye L. Penny will hive charge of the pchool which opens on l.AH. LOCAL TIME CAM). that Hat. rifc-li- August 5, 1887 Thk election return were opened yeter Haion wanted by T. li. WaIioii. tUy hy the county j idge, ttierill and clerk Vjie ComtnerclM Hotel, Loniiville, Kr., Htid Hlter etamlnvi in they declared the re ban reduced its rii to $1 00 pertlny. suit aa follow; Tiif public t Masteron Peyton cold hU fine Nobby gelding lo Ed Jones ysar-ol- two- - for 175. An elevator hi Vena lie fell in Mon day, carrying 80,000 bushels of wheat with it. It was built only year nt a coBt of $10,000 and wa considered safe In every WALSH, THE TAILORT a:ta tt&f lat avenue. Mail train going ' The ' Norm. " eoutn Ltpitss train" foutb X Is ...... 1 to a.m Noin jot 1i calculated uu standard Mint. Holai a tout 70 uiluutva Inter A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD, " . - .131 p.m. t 45 a. m .13 8U r. m. K. C War ren died Tuesday niirlit, aed 10 day. It war n weak little thlnn from birth ami unable to tire nourishment, It had been named for it father of Tur. infant Mr. anil Mr. i UJL j j3 T. ,j. -- J t MH?2a' -- ir"fl ''. ipjta (Jn MI.AI1 Train leave Rowland it 5 id J 7.20 a. ll turning. airlveat Cand ISSimi. LOCAL HOTICEsT m. till at Asic The A. letIt.ready miiej lVtiny'n. paint are to be e C'apt. Dave MuarilY came all the way back from Ohio to vote for a "nicger" over Hen. Fr v. We admire the taMe of the gallant cipiain A giol nero era preferable in a thoroughly "iocipacilated" while man. Rev. Joe A. Mnnday will lecture at the church at Rowland to nUht on the "MitakM of that Man and aatd to bs rerv amiMing and Instructive Admiion '2') cent, children lb I.Fc-TfKWo-nian'- gsS83sr.rs;: i 2 w 5 o llaaaSSsSSsil " -. ,nmj "mofll jour ttrocer (or the Cincinimli Co.'ri cracker and cakes. V atciii'4 .nd Jewelry repaired on ithor aotlce ami warranted by A. K. 1'utiiij. A coui'i.ini: Hock ol Jewelry, lutonl A, tjrle. Kockford watches a cicinlty. S. M"J' 1' I 3 I sr: r,s.a!l sn2 ys2S S!roi ..".3-,S oonnMwo J0J ,ioAoi-iinoa- ' The heated spell I still with u and the McAlUter liain dlaiolvtd, the account are ready for retlio earth i being baked to ii very centre by laent. Come nt once and fettle. You may the corching nn. The mercury ha been are cost. playing up in the hundred nil the week and ihv belt hai been almo! unbearable. PERSONAL. It cin'e lat miny more ilay, prai Ood. l'n v. Au.sr.u ItoOKiu waa here thie and evervbody will rj)ica at it end, even week. if it come in the promied tornado. i T. I'ollakii, Crab Orchard, has bren We are on the eve of n wor State of afgranted a pension Mil?. II J McltoiltKT:! if tUttiCR at fair than existed in the Eist Knd a few years ago when the people in their might tier old home in Harrodsbiiri:. arose and put the evil doer to (light or to MltM Km.k.n Hai.lou it up from SomA stitch in time pave nine punishment erset en a vlit to her pitent. Ml- - Mamic ToKTrit, a Glasgow Iwati and wo call upon the otlicer and cit zn to ty,i with Mlfe Mattie and M tenia Oar, quell the growing mnb in it incipiency. We must not haye a repetition of former times. ley. Mirs Jfsii: and Maooik Dopw, of Col. IIuadi.ky i a sanguine "ul, or efDanville, r,.iTi bren visiting Mr J. E through He fect to b route to Pert m mi. Louisville Wednetday in repon to a tel Mits. Ja'K Aimih, of Me. Vernon, ia Mr. aid Mr. I) N. e;nm from hcdiUarler for him to do o, tifitlnc her jwii-ntand on being interviewed by a reporter William. aid: "I have ttilcial in Ml Katk Hail, of S.anfortl, I vieit for this formation from r3 counile, of which 17 l)n iC Mi Xnoult Wood thi week deouocrttir had increxsod their republicm tiilv Advocate. six republicm from 4 ill for vote 1S.OO0 ami the Jar. Joni. who h 100 to 3)0. If the other nountie have eowe time, wa able to eo home with hi voted in proportion to ihed) I am elected mother yierdy. by 5 000 mj iritv." We are Fcikk J. Mr.viict: Klmokk and Colonel continue hi'eflort to orry that the make figure daughter, Mt Mjllie, re both down with tell falsehood evsn after It con polblr do malarial fvrr, and the lormer very ill. no gcod Mn. Heiivev Helm ha (;oue to of l'ennr. Tilt: firm cent, I lnoy A p'til , ppr lin ' Varnon, which wa unsigned, asking the J.idge to state how much he received for turning the murderer of Iliatt loose, add. inj: "It ii tated you got J30, but ome lion siy it wa. I5U; please let ua kuow which it Wi: notice in a Stn Diego, Cl , piper was." The man who would do such a dir DEATHS, that a Water and Land Co., ha been or ty act a this i beneath the pile of decent -- Mr .. I, Ware, father of H. N. nSd with a million dollar capital, consideration and deserve a place only in Ware died yesterdaythe at hi home near Mr. W 1 Cloyd. U'c of Lincoln, U one of some jH or penitentiary. Halls Gap, of tin i He was in his GSth the incorporator. MoNPAY night .11 Djpily Sheriff O.ia year and during his long life lived so as to A MKRcltANT of S:anford uddenly merit the respect and esteem of all who between 10 'tin ami it i report-i- l Newland wai going to his home near Crab from the election, he was accosted knew him. tjiat he iia cone to Cinada. Hi name Orchard John W. McMillan, a soldier of tbe about a mile from town by Himui Hiatt, i T. K Walton and at h!i account! Are all war of lb 1 2 and perhaps the lat in the ttraiitht it I not fiippo'td that he has cone who with a cocked gun told him that he hi home in tbe Wayne-burculony of American fi had fully nude up his mind to kill him for county, died at to i dn the neighborhood, Sunday, aged over 00 tht put he took with the posse that killed sancier there. We have Interviewed hi for He had been houe-ridd- n Newland ptotested that he year. wife and hc ty he will return the firt of hit brother. sometime, but previously had been a rewa not with the poe at the time nnd next wek. Bill Shropshire, who was with Newland, markably active man. L0CALliATTRs7 Mr. Joe Eubanks, who for years was showing a disposition to take his part Hisorely stlltcted with stricture and stone in Pension's haye been granted John 8. Bos att very considerately determined to postpone bis murderous mission to a safer time. the bladder, died at hi home near Waynes-burley and Kile Wallacfl, of Stanford. last Friday, aged 40. We do not supHe then tried to pick a quarrel with The price of chickens still continue at Shropshire about something he said about pose any man of his age ever sutlered more J2 a d zn and are crce at that, the dead man, but Shropshire explained or bore it more heroically, lis was a good Rethat he did not say Jim Hiatt was a mean man and an excellent cltlien, and his loss Lost. A white enamel shirt stud. boy, but only remarked that hi reputation will be felt in bis community. A wife and office. ward will be given if left at this was bad. He then accused Newland of be- six children survive him. Tbe bet rain that has fallen here for a ing the cause of Rubs' arrest and the subRELIGIOUS. month came yesterday, but it wm far In sequent wearing of a ball and chain, for the demand. tufBctent Young Rube Hiatt was with Hiram but "Camp Meeting" John Allen, of Maice The time wa between S is now attending hi. S731 camp meeting, has been established in said nothing. A NEW pistoflice 0 o'clock and from the appearance of He is 02 years old. the Bright School houe neighborhood and and tbe ground in the woods, where the Hiatt Rev. Joe A. Mundy has been offered has been named "Hubble " turned their horse around, they mutt have a government position, but declines. He Thomas Mittcalf lought of J. II. Hock waited there a considerable time for New-lan- d. say hi business i tu preach and expects Among other abusive and intlamma to devote his life to the ministry. er hi house and lot on Lancaster street for J2.000 . Mr. Hocker thinks of making hi tory remarks Hiatt said that he had fully Brother Biracs save that he haa"noth home in tbe West. resolved to kill tbe member of the sheriflV ing to write anu too hot to write eyen that. posse who shot his btother aa he attempted Bear with me till the thermometer gets out I aciain ak my cuslomers to come and being arrested for rape and of the 90i. Leave Winchester Friday for accounts. I need the money. to escape after settle their not to return to hit home in Missouri until Versailles." I mean all, not one. Please attend to this. be had done so. He was also very bitter Two elders of the Presbyterian Church, Mrr. Kale Dudderar. in hi denunciation of Stanford people and North, were suspended by tbe Synod at I divE another warning to those Indebted swore that he yet intended to clean the Covington, last week, for violating one of m me to call and pay their account. I town out. That night Hiatt bought a the church ordinances, by selling liquor In have waited lonij and patiently and ask as ticket to Loulsyllle but got oil at Junction their grocery. n favor that you pay me nt once. J W. City and Is still thought to be In this viLAUD. STOCK AND CROP Vanarsdale. cinity. When the train paued here we Bush Tevis, wifo are told that he came out with his gun and L?la MAMSON.-M- rs. G. M. Gtvena sold to Billy Moreland If loosing 160 stock ewes at ?2 23 of Hon. W. T. Tevk died at her home at peered around in the darkness as The de- for somebody. This state of afUlrs cannot r) o'clock on Tuesday morning. Wm. M. Jones, of North Middletown, for a week or exist in this community. A peace warrant sold to George Becker, 23 scrub steers, av ceased had BUtlered with flux more, and left a child only three days old. should be sworn out ngainst Hiatt and his eraging 1,050 pounds, at 13.60 per hundred, Paris Kentuckian, The dcth of Mr. TevU Is a sad a it was arreet accomplished If it takes every man A milk famine is among the probabll unexpected. She was married about one in the county. But it must be done In a itiea In northern Illinois. Crops are dryyear ago, young and beautiful, and made a legal way and no resort had to mob It should be shown in the ing up and pastures are ebrlnking. The friend of every one whom she met. On ouUet thnt he cannot play Craig Tolllver supply of milk has decreased over CO per next Tuesday, AURUit Oth, the Richmond Fair will begin. Everything Is nadr and in Lincoln county and that the people will cent. from inO. C, Libby, a cattle dealer of Burn-haall tbe Indications point to a good atten- pee that Its officers are protected and injury. Mr. Iliatt must be taught Maine, has traveled 000,000 miles by Numerous people and many horses sult dance. Is supreme here and that ho rail without meeting with an accident. He from other counties will be here. Col. and that tbe law Mrs. C. D. Coenault celebrated their cannot murder people at hie own sweet has sold $7,000,000 worth of cattle in (he last lew years. chrystal wedding In grand style. -- Climax. will. g Ala , to attend a fraternal meetpo ing and probtbly to recure a buine fition Mniu J. S Hockkii and (eorje McAliilrr have cone to Hill county to tee after the latere! ol the tJdmbrrland Val iey Lind (Jomptny Miu A.v.nieC, HrLNceii, late of the Collect faculty here, wi'l teach neztteMion in her fattier Ko'IIh and caicat rchool UM etablihcd at Winchester. Miih M K. II cut it, principal of the JtMsuilne Inatitule.tid MiM Hfttte Dor-tatof Nichola ville, wete here tbi week the interest of the abo'e named initttu- .n lion. Mn A.J Itnti). of Hichmond, Deputy (iracd Mater of the OJd Fellow, paid the Lodge here a viait Tur.lay nuht and wt much sratified with it Ihurl'hine condi we Exri.ANATOiiY. In our last published a letter from Crab Orchard, hav ing previously agreed to do o with the writer, who asked It a a simple act of jus-lito Tom Fisb. The letter did not come up to our idea of a defense of the accused, yet we pub'ishel it to ahow that we are with what dispoeJ to treat fairne they deerve Tnat it was not ap predated i shown by the letter of the pusillanimous Kinehart, to be found in another column. By comparing hi letter wMi an anonymou one received by in re ceatly there is no doubt that he wrote the ce er iue le'ter, and expert declare that the same hind wrote the cowardly potal to Judge The labor tir.ket didn't get a vote in (be county. . Bobbin got 'JOrj rote and most if not all of them came from the democratic ranks. The Husionvilie precinct officers, failed to return tie vote on tbe constitutional call. A year ago the vote in the county wa 2,0G5; between Knott and Morrow it csl . 2,478 ?ote Every man who voted for prohibition and every democrat wiu rtaid at home hiiiota lo the mortifying defeat of the democracy in thi county. t i the only onu that ever The pays the republicans in thi county. Their deed being evil they will not admit of the r.rutiny of the daylight an I they dare not expoe them to it. If a rtinsle neurit in this county voted the driuocralic ticket the faci ha not reached in. ruev bflon tj the republican! wh j ruin ikeai with a 'terrier htnd political! f than ttair masters ever did in slavery. Fox gnt 3IU votes in the county, jmt 107 les thin when he rui for State lieaurer. The 'o called tlruiocrHti" who threw their vote away on bim should feel ashamed of the reult, if they have no lol nil parly feeling. In this precicct aluce a sutbdent numbir of democrat failed to vote to have elected Pettu several times over. Such democrat are unworthy of the name and are hardly worth as much a Sam Jone said the Henry county sinners were The vote for governor this time is 2 3s3, CI les than in.lSJ and 531 less than lbSO. In the former year the democratic vote was 1. I3S and tbe republican 1,010. In ISS'J it was democratic 1,710, republican 1,331. In 1SS7, democratic 1,174, republican 1209. No comment i necesxary. Some of the farmer give a a reason for not voting that they do not like the new revenue bill and want to punish the demo cral for psing it. Such people simply don't know when they are well ell The bill make taxation more even and const quently lighter on the farmer than ever before. still-hun- particular. President R. B. Terrell has nur thank for a complimentary ticket to the Madlrn Fair, which begins next Tuesday, and tbe following invitation: "We shall be plet ed to have you attend aud accept the cour tesies of 'the best fair in tho State.' " A Fayetto county mm i selling milk from 47cowj and cannot begin to supply all who want milk from him. Hi ice cream adventure is proving a great succe', and he say that he conl l sell ten or twelve gallon everv day more than he can furnish. Glover & Durretl, the tobacco men of Louisville, have rsceived 2.3S5 replie to (heir circular of inqilry in regard to tl e acreage cf the present Burley tobicco crop of this State. The totnl is glyen at 10,110 . acre thi year against 21375 lat Clark county i credited with 3"i2acr(n this year against 715 last year. No 2 spring wheat it felling ai price which makes it cot only 87 cents a bunliel in Liverpool, with freight and insurance paid. Thi heal the record for cheap grnn, aud a tbe Eoglish crop ia above the average of recent year, the prospects favor cheap bread In the gretle-- t food importing country of Western Eirope for an indefi nite period to come. D. A (Jay bouitht recently 122 good common breeding ewe, one and two years old at $2 75 each. Lehman h Bro , bought last week from variom pirtiei in Fayette county over 200 cattle weighing about 1,000 pound, for 1 cnt. Riger Jone, Jr , has rented o? J II. Graves, of F.ayette, 300 iicies of sod land to go in hemp at $10 per acre per year, fnr .. year Winchester Demrcrat There i treat demand in this county and throughout the bbieiras' re2ion for breeding The present ruinously I iw price of rattl- - indicate hat there will be a won Icrful falling oil of c title nn I r ir respond m increise of sheep Ten yer ago our county w.i over run with sheep and it now appear like Ihe exp:iiment will be trie1 Hgiu. Common to ftir mountain ewes meet reulv sale now with prices ranging lr ui $2 23 to $2 73 according to qualiTn e who wei"j so fortunate hh to ban ty die lnp hi eaon have made i:ood money. Winre'er Democrat. yt-irI LOUISVILLE, P. S.-FI- NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE, ' aaaaSaWikS. The most perfe"t Machlns t itirented. Wonderful savin j of libr and easily operated. Head the following testlmotila lr. in lad In of HustonTllle and vicinity' This is to unify tl at wr are mlns the Florence Washing Macblneand think It the only Mtchlne we ever saw that will ,lu.i It claims. It iav clothing and labor and la well worth tbe plice paid for It Mrs. J. M.Cook, Mrs I). W Sugg Mm . K. Cowan, Mrs. tfam Held, Mrs. J. P. Rifle. Mrs. T. J. Hoblnson, Mrs. George W Klrt, Mrs. J. T Kjse, Mn. (l t. Lyons, Mrs. s, G Drye, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs. Joseph Colley, Mrs J, K. Haugmoa. Now Is your chance to secure tbe best Macnlue of the ae. We also bare testimonials from the following Stanford Ladles: MtsJames s'ani Owens, T. S. Kate Hays, 3. 8. Myers, G. G. Wine and Mary Straub. FLOUEXl'K HAHIlISf; MAVltl.XE COV.V McAI.LISTEIt, Buslnea Manager. Headquarters at Dr. Bourne's, Stanford. I Doo-le- DB.S. G. nOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. HOCKER & BRIGHT, uSL'CL'ESSIMCS TO W. If. IIIGGIXS.) et" We will continue to hanlle the justly celebrated and most nopnlar 8TOVE3 and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deserves to be Ask your neighbor ia reference to its superiority. No steel plow in tho market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY 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 havo any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. COOK IV. It. MoIUVMOV. SiUfNiimii. H. G. BXTPL1CV, MICItX'IIANT atW AlirhUTlHKMK.ITn. TAIIiOtl 1MXK STOCK Fifty Shares 25 Ml ! I have received and still receiving of Farmers National Bank of Stanford tor Sale. Apply to Admlnlitralor Rachel Janes, dec' J. New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the lt,n in tbe market, which wti tie .!. '. H.lLt.F.F.. Gotton Up in Style and Make Sooond to Done in City or Country Give ftle h Trliil. THE SOMERSET FAIR as one among ! eotng to the front This popular enterprise is the very tat Fairs In the State. begins SEITKMBEIl 13TH Their neit ineetinz ami CONTINUES i DAYi. In ailJItlon to liberal ahow ring prcmluma they oiler 11,200 in trotting purses, haccs tre ry day, horses lallotl at p. M. and started promptly at 1 .. ) over tho finest half mile track In tho state. Tne management havesp-ircno pains or expsmc to mike tae meeting eclipse all others. Cheap rates on all the Ilallrttada lor both man and l?st. inTlted. 1 lt WEAREN & MENEFEE, S. Jt. ilOU.VK, Secretary. NOTICE. tho town ol bUulort teat wa defy any .Mill to equal tnquallty oftlour, wo think the citizens ol the county should hare county pride enough to patronize and sustain tho same We wish to Inform whom It may concern that wo are in tbe market to buy your wheat and corn and will always give tho highest market price lor same. Wo bare added some new machinery lo our corn meal department and can now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be equaled by any other Mill In this Ticlnlty We solicit a trial in our ilour and meal department. All having grain In our line lor sale will please call at Mill, where our agent can be found at all time, who will giro the beat price tor same. Brand ard ship stuff always in s'ock. ir. .v. lHtrrs. Htip't, 251-t- To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: Haring recently rj uippe I a fine Holler Mill In sPBfcvVaTT w,V -- aaaXrl5aaamn V I X r a. lsa vX Lt JT Jt IJv f Stanlord Holler ! UII Co. LAND, 8TOCK r OR SALE As CJROX : Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys', Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve Sash-Blind- s, I will on the premises sell at public auction to tbe highest bidder, on hides is larger and more complete thanf ever; be- HATUKD4Y. AUG. 120TII, IS ST, The following property. Well Improved New Dwelling and out buildings, well watered and 5 miles from Stanford, en t lie the dirt road between Stanford A Danville Hush llranch pike, 25 Acres otgood Corn, S bead of Hoim-- ami Mult. 20 Cattle, a lot of Hogs Drill, Hakes and Wagons and other Farirlng Implements, Household and Kitchen furniture, iw-td fore, from the cheapest to the best. All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our fine assortment before it is broken. J. II. GREEN, Agt., Hnatoiivllle, Ky. WEAREN & MENEFEE. J. T. ijAMt. Notice of Incorporation ! Notlco la hereby glren that tbe undersigned have formed a corporation and bare recorded tbe artlclea thereof U tbe clerk's oftic of tbe Lincoln County Court, pursuant to Chapter W, Gen. Statutes of Kentucky. I, The name of the Corpor atiou ia the "Cumberland Valley Land Company." II. Tbe general nature of tne business Is to buy and sell lands In li arlan and Bell counties, Ky., to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. til. Its principal place of business Is Stanford. Route. Queen and Crescent Bailway.) Orloans and Toxas Paolflo (Cinoinnati New Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orloans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. RKAI flo.l. tfo.3. Dallr Ex. Hun. DOWN. No. 7. STATIONS. HEAD UP. TKAINSNOKTH. TuAiNabourti. Ml.i, Dally. ' Mo. 4, Dally. Dally. Kentucky. D.illr. Pally. nail j. IV. The capital stock It fixed at (130.OC0, with 9 00pm L'vf .' lnctnnail . Vrv 6 42p m 10 25 a m C 40 a in 7 S3 a in 4OTp prlvtlego to begin on 550,000. Each share It 1100, 3 47p m 7 27am 4 10a ui., (ieorgt'iowii 7 05p 10 Maui 1133 pm 3 20h m 700am 3 43 a ml to be raid In money. Islington 11 5i p in 1125 am 7 3.1p 2 51 p m 0 27 am t3 23a m Klcholosvllle 12 21 V. Tbe Corporation shall begin business on tbe 1147 am 8 02 p 2i8p m 5 47 a in ..UarrodatmrK Junction.. 1221 am 83p 23th day ol July, 1S87, and continue 25 years. 2 06p m )5 32 a iu 2 33 a ui,, Danville IM, IM 12 33 am 8&9p VI. The aflalrt of tbe Corporation are to be con- 12 45 am 910p 1 15 a ui Junction City ..... 1MJ. in, 5 20 a m 2 28 a m, I249p lu Kings Mountain lCkJpm ducted by a Board of seven Director, from which "i i'Oa'mT 1153 a somerset 2 42 a ur 2 15 p in a President, Secretary and Treasurer are to be 9 40 p m . 8 10 a ,U Oatdaie 2Sp m BMslu.., C 30 p m . 5 00 a m elected. The incorporators shall compete the tl 30 p Ul Chattanooga .... 8 45 a Ul 10 pm 1040a m. Birmingham .., 3 60 p in first board, and the election thereafter to be held 3 3S a m 6 20 a m . 7C0p ui 8 00 pin,., Eutaw.. . 8 00 a ui on the third Wednesday ol July annually, 3 43 a in 4 30p m .. Meridian 11 on a m . 10 00 p m . 835pm 9 00 a m VII. Tbe Corporation shall Incur no debt great-tba- n 510pm New Orleans .....I CIS am ., of Ha paid up stock, 800 am Meridian 11 15 pm ., VIII. The private property ol atockbolders 0 55 p in .....Vlcksturt; ... ...... 8 00 a m S.fOa m C 55 p in shall be exempt trim corporate debt I and liabilitihreveport. ., ..... 7 50 a in ..T. P Junction... .......I 7 10 p Iil ties. IX. The Corporation shall possess all the powm Arriving at Chattanoxa at 9.10. No. 10 No. 9 loaveaOakdaleilally except Sunday, at6 ers prescribed 1p Chapter JO, General Statutes of leave Cbatuuooa at 4.30 p. M., arriving at Oakialeat 7,45 p. it. Kentucky. Mann Ikmdolr Bufiet SlMplnj Cart on all through trains. W. O. WELCH, HOBr. BOYD, II, COLLBRAN, Qen'l Frt. A Taw. Agt., JOHN C. (MULT, Oen'l Manager, JOHN BENNETT, VINCENT BOHEINO, H. X. UVAN, Asst. Geo'l Fit. A Pass. Ajent. l:. CARKOI.U Oeo'l tiupt., W. W. WELLS, Superintendent, Someriet, Uy. OEOIlUE McAMSTEK, W. P. WALTON, J. B. HOCKEH. eceral Offices. Bt. Paul Uutldioc, West Fjurth Street, Cincinnati, OWo. Ex. Sun Dallr. Mo. 6. No. 8. in .1 h 15-- l2-8- tl I m y ui:.viuiiium: ui:t.vcumus. If tho coal stores of England wer gunnlcd by n tinit)'o drnqon, which Scientific 1'Olt.UATION OI' Tills CU.N11M.M', Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Foiltlvoly Cured by admluliterlng Or. Haines' Golden Specific. lip Rh en Inn cup of cotleeor tea without tin' Mints ol the person taklim It t li ill viiiitt ly harmless ami will ctlect a permaspeedy cure, whether tho patient Is a nent nud i Y 3 M : Tlio opinion is oxpressod by an ominont ..EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND IN5THUU I UH5.i Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal For turning and drilling wrought iron'. American scioutist iu a recent lecture, School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses or Study. oxaoteil, liko tho bo.i3t St. George slow, and steel, one ounce of a mixture of soft drinker or North Amorican continent had moderate, of drunkards nn alcoliollo wreck.e that tho liavo been maileltm-perutThmtsnmls COUNTY A1TOINTEKS ItKCKIVKD t'KEK OP TI'ITION. a tribtito of lmtn.tii life, tho sacrifice soap, with half its weight of pearlash, iu tho beginning of its formation in islands' men vliolmo taken Golden .Specific IFall term begmt SEPT. 14, I8u7. For CATALOOUC nd othtrI Informition.adJrHI In IhelrcolTeo without their knowledge, and miulo of its s.m by civilizutlqn iu inuring wator, is in arising out of tho immense ocean, which about one gallon of boiling JAMES K. PATTERSON, PH. D LbXIINU UH, rY. y hellcte tliev quit drinking of their own couhl not iosib!v bo grunter. During everyday use iu most engineering shops. free will IT NKVKIC FAU.8. The system grew until they finally touched each once Impregnated with the Specific it becomes lust ypftr the o.i it of coal in the United Tho work, though constantly moist, doea othor. Many of theso islauds were volan titter impossibility for the honor appetite to exist. For full particulars, address dOI.DKN Kingdom wiw closo upon 160.003.OCO not rust. canoes that tlnow up matter that had SPECIFIC CO., 185 Knee St.. Cincinnati. O, tons, iu bringing which to tho surface formed beneath the surface of the water, Tho Germans havo boon making "exover half n million workers were and wero larger below tho water thau Piliablo to say, however, no less periments with n view to ascertaining tho above it. Tho Hawaiian Islauds have than 1,200 of those unfortunate neoplo relative strength of hard uud soft steel had tnauy volcanoes, and wero much perished outright throughout the twelve and iron beams or girders. Tho results formed by them. Their wholo area months, and the horrifying total of 100,-00- 0 nliow that tho soft steel girders wero above tho sea is moro than that of tho ' twenty-tw- o per cent, and tho hard &teol SUto of Massachusetts, hut their commen weie droadfitliv injured. Tueso per cent stronger than bined bases must be equal to the wholo figures are little loss than appalling, and girdera sixty-si- x Troyal cji; j W the iron girdors, and tho strength of of New Eugland and Now York united. thoy place the peaceful battle of human ingenuity wresting her treasures from j cteel girders was found substantially tho Thii3 the original islauds of this continature, ou a par with tho butchery of I Eamo for tho two flanges when similar iu nent could easily have been made to actual battle. Pit people livo sad lives. Ecction. enlarge nud join each othor, and the Their work is dono umlor sovcre condiA handy device for facing np crlhv granite rock so abundant was doubtless tions, awav from tho biased blue of tho ders is mado by clamping an arm to tho ouce erupted from volcanoes like llow-iu- g sky. and in an ofteu stilting atmosphore. sliding collar of an ordinary cylinder Among the fi:st roletnic lava. It is oven t'ii'v appalling to relleet, that bar. The arm has a tool post attached islands must havo been (1 eeuland, Cane as jvoiy Iuei...!.i4, and dnmer, and t, to it by means of a gibbed slide and ada east of Winnipeg, the Atlautic come lound, eighty jieopl" are feed screw, similar to tho cross-fee- d SJSs tho Rooky mnnii.il-and tho of vuddeulr oitliw maiuiwl. burnt, or au ordinary slide rest. Uy turning tho Sierni Nevadas, but a the inland roso otherwi ini't lieiugn tot. for etu'i day .feed screw o tin him, a- it makes each aid eulargeil, great depre.Moii9 would of cloe n,.i, 20 H.Hiplf. Theso lljures revolution, the oylin.irr may lw laced a naturally commence and go on, rr.d :i for Sunday, s i that distance equal to ti.iomke no din tmvurso of tool ou this way the depressions of Hudson's ovory wook 1 ?." mou, iu tho prime of Iho arm above mentioned. Hay, the Misitpu valley, and the S.dt life, nro ntnl nly laid iu tho acculeut IVika and Nevida iuh Ihwi foiim-d- , until wards of .. iiiitnl. lutw the depressions would have a saucci A Fronch geologist has called attention to the elTt'ct g:autation has iu or platter shape. A lllJ.VK sronv. heaping up m?u water-- ' upou tho land. Tin: cuckoo's i:uo, Some naturalists aver that a bear IiaT The conti .ents are thus all situated at the tops of hills of water; and iu crossa very keen t'Ueof pleasure, and that in Thlit powJer nTr Tsrlet. A r.irTl ol purllj, Tho" fact of tho cuckoo's egg being More econouiloi holeouiene' nJ even lurks a dim euse ing the A'lmtie the hip has first to go found iu another bird's nest indeed, of strength orJInnrj kindi, nJ ran not ! rold his ursine tuujc-atthitD the down hill, then to cross a vallev, and Mr. 1'enr is said to be wry of humor. couiprltton with the multitude of low trot .ihon weight alum or phoipbite powdnrt. HolJonl; In climb aiiot!,:-- hill. Tin- calculation has the cuckoo Inning no uoit of iu oau fond of Vlinibing, ami an American IIotalBakimi Towok (.'. wiLs kuown iu very early times. It laid cmm. n been mad" that in 106 Wll Btret. New York the surfaco observer Ma'e.s at a hotel which is beiug its eggs iu other birds' nests. 15ut then reotl in the great West a be.u the may be more than lulf a mile (1000 came this difficulty; some of these uests other da3 began to climb up the scatfold-iug- . metres) below the level it would havo U were too small to admit the cuckoo, and LOUIS SCHLEU EL, - IVJ- JES As I! iiiu went aloft skyward, ho the continents exer'ed uo attraction. in tnauy cases her egg was found m a wins noticed to carefully test every e.'osv no-- t to which the only opening w..s at Prof. Hell is ooiii'ul. lit that tolophonio polo before trustiug his entire weight ! comniuni.'i'ion may be established be- the side. It was a puzzle to naturalists; ItltlUIOM'. KKTICK npou it. At last ho reached the top, tween passing vessels at sea. He believes but the puzzle was solved. There are irhien was 120 feet high. The bear tw or three stories that one reads in all Photographs in all styles and lizos. seemed nnu'ii pleased by his exploit, and a wire a mile iu length, trailed behind a thebioks. Maegill vary is tho chronic- Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and after beiinr applauded by the workmen, ship, will so charge the water with ler of one. Iu June. two sons of a Water Colors. he descended in - 'etv. Another tale electricity that a vessel coming within farmer near Coxmuir saw a cuckoo in half a mile of another thus equipped NewJeilm la Kmniei sal Miiijit trr low Jroni tho same source, tells of a Siberian very suspicious circumstances, which l'llcrl. Lear, who ce; i duly must be considered may communicate with it. "The principle," he says, "is not new; it is old, led thorn to watch it. The bird deliberto have been wond.-rfullately picked up au egg iu is bill, looked Feed, Two peasants lot u cvuitle of children. with a new use waiting for commerco to utilise it. I have experimented iu around cautiously to ee whether it w is -- ANDThey set out to find them, being tilled observed, and then hooped ofi with its ! nith tho inot anxious forel'odiugsas to the Potomac, and tnnrwlel at the simSALE burdeu. It followed its inxtinct in this what might Livu lieei: their late. In tho plicity of the apparatus and the stupeud-ou- s matter, and the lxvs followed theirs. !, I HutIi) rtntft th ilbl on importance of the results." distance they saw a bear, and feared tho prrirnli to train inJ lirnk horw on rrawniU In fact, they followed the cuckoo till at uruu. County Court Jar iraJt xillcltrU. norst. But their anxoty changed to n. v.i up Esrr.it, New Zealand lepnrt that a Dunodia last they saw it rise aud tly away. Going wonder wluvi. on comiug nearer, they StanloiJ. Kj. u). to the place, they found a titlark's nest electrical engineering Urm is canviug saw tho children actual! v playing with protected by a cauopy of stroug heather out a contract for the tmnsmissiou of tho bear, ritntiiiiar lait'liinc round it. twigs, and in that nest was a cuckoo's POWCf tO TUU a st.iiin.iiig b.Utorv of uiil .iron u w ' i no fc4 IIU liaiU twenty ivn heads. The seen of oncrutions egg. With the assistance of a telescope, voiy respeo. for those who uarrato what a foi ester of the name of Mitller watched MAI.NhT, II1CI13IO.M) KV thoy havo seen, but w( might incidentally is a gold mtne in the moimr it'inm-- i counthe proceedings of au unsuspecting try winie tinrty miles Uy.- . Like Wak-tip1111 hIhiijh 1ihv on luiuil ii liiruv anil Multrl Ilnn oT I'lirnl. remark that Mich things as "travellers' B. He saw her lay au egg on n and the power to riti the battery is innilM. .My pi-lc- t lur ami railortaUcr will tut hn low a- - nticli tales " are not entirely unknown iu the good Tabic tKcra omN tan lit Iiiii;tit in Hie iIHtk. CJiv me n irlul anil yon transmitted from a water-fal- l in tho bank, take it up iu her bill, carry it otTto AnJ orld of fiction. Ho el tLl well fnrnlihl roorui. tui will lie convinced (hut I mII lower (lian tUo IiiwcnI. neiglibniug valley, straight over a (k nofet close by, in which nes- t- i wagtail's hat no 9urxrlor, (loot .tinil ruomi ttch-l- . ho found it a few minutes afterward. AVUItglOX TO I'OCKKTS. mountain of about 2000 feet in height, and for a ditai:co of about two miles. The Best MVINU roil ciuo.ooo. It Is a mystery to' tho masculine mind Tho conducting wire is of the same sizo Waterproof low a woman gets along with so fen as an ordinary telegraph wire, but of LONDON. KY. . t Tho r.ili J.iX Gnuttt cays: Tho Antlll pockets, llow il.lll slio ilisposa of all ' tui'i"-i- i A"" an oiisjwmifd jrum leiegrapu nn..n..ll .. ia Coat, F.B.RILEY, Propriotor. English divers aud Captain B. F. iho littlo nccoiiip.ininieuts which aro insulators in the usual manner, ..Miri w.i.n-Tt.rtiiRBnaurt)tti n .mirucKiRU r i ;' i r drr la . u kn4Mi niHa. Th rtt rt4 Stevens, Lloyd's surveyor, have just qu.ill3' uccps-.u- v to both sexe? To get i u aw, iafat: ttU I ti i'Ht3i.t. h A i( Tliiproiighlr IlciMMiilcd ami llpfur-iiKlir- il BR ttr.nl' I 1naik InU'il I'.lilxj. Ir... i Ystr, lc.l . Mm, ihl of n watch icl:etaluasotnctime3iu.ikc3 It is very easy to niako any ordinary returned from the ialau I of Grand IhroiiKliuiil l'lrl.cla 1'nrc a sum of uo less nml ronionnlilp lirlct'H. Iluy anil nlulit icr bolt I'liioli tliu watu.i ou ; nml tho paper temporarily trauslucent by simply Canary after raising liuglu pocket which bho may have, is dampening it with a spongo moistened than 90.000. This amount was lying (itlntnro turf ly polite rorHr of ' llil TJ. cIiiliir IlniKc. probably tlovotcil to her haiulkerchief. with In this condition it i3 I eubmeigod 1.V.J feet dee)), about a mile from the sout'ienimost limit of the Wo say tht- ti .i itively, however, not sufllciontlv to permit of tho Snowing certainly, ami wishing to avoid lines of a drawing'being seen through it, island of Uraiid Canary. Too trensuro ! ilaugorous groutu! Whatover it is usml , and of ink or water colors being used on went down uDutit two loar ago, in a uiii, 111: run intt " JK m M KvJIMiaiaaa fa J lor, it is very Miiall almost oxtraordiu-ary- , its surfaco without running. As tho braud new Spanish ste.nnrr called the ARBUGKLES1 COFFEE WRAPPERS. iu fact ami, whon wo havo attached j benzine evaporates tho papor loses ita Alphonon XII. The steamer had on Uowp:rt Noj & Ulsslnlppl Valloj C:. l0UISlttt MlWlBIITCHICAS0Rfw it to the haiulkerchief, it will be more trausluccucy aud assumes its ordinary lward jC 100. 000 north of .Spanish dollars 1 BY DAYLICHT S1.000.00 Premiuirti than full, and probably tho handkeivhief opaque appearance. If this occurs too on their way to Cuba. The insurance 2 Promiumii Through tha CANONS ot NEW RIVER and acroit th S500.00 each will visibly oiitrude and run over. There quickly, the part can easily be dampened on the money was effected at Lloyd's, A ILLEGIUNIES and the BLUE RIDGE, patting WHITE 6 Prenriiufni, $250 00 aud was paid over to the insurers after SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summir Ritorti ot tha n ouo curious thine that wo do not know again with tho bcuziuo. The faint smoll SI00.00 i 23 Promlumi, LKiVINO crTII- Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. about this pocket matter, that we never of the oil which will remain will dis- - the vessol foundered. Af'er a lapso of S50.00 1. 00 Promiums, IN A HZ Hi: A. S20.00 00 Premiums. can, aud never shall try to account for. appear in a day or two if tho paior ia left over a year Captnm 11 F. rf ovens aud LOl'ISVILLB A OIXCIXX ATI FINEST SIO.OO 1,000 Premiums, Tijo pool;ot-loothree English divers were sent out to Dally, Kcurci to trarelers to named becairso it exposed to tho air. Obterratlon Cars from Kananha Fallt to Charlotltt r 111 Hi it, lil,ri Grand Canary to try and recovor the was either made .cnresaly to carry iu tho tide Breiklitt to Supper) Irom April lit to Decern, It- I f I 'in i jer ttt The results of experiments mado thn? sunkou tieisure. They succeeded iu THE pckbt or the poctiet was first made RAPID SERVICE ONLY SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS bringing upnineboxoscoit lining specio to carry it, women and girls do far in the purification of wator by aeration have not carry there. It nmkes no difference much notice. This of tho value of 10 000 i ach, but tho Ever attempted between the great L:u!i7!llo, Cincinnati, and Lsxlsgtw, t: method is well kuown to bo based on tenth box could not bo found, and the tbeObhlUTer aud hictiiio, and bene con-fcuwhether a woman's pocket-boo- k the lasttat tiuia and moil touifortatla Ira na be. tho discovery that tho action of air in divers had to come away without it. The tween all polnta In lh Sottth, or lo tbe II rut ton or a thousand dollars, l'"-nlmost at tui Sorthirrst.l rhe couute'r't of- H l.iutlt-oihIio will not. on any account, be induced iug water is greatly increased by money was in tho mait-rrm- i, denomlnateil Tnl on all trunk llnea y mixing tho air and water under pressure. the bottom of the ship. The decks had rolling atock w .o put it in her pocket tho ouly place The iuirb glrea ralrona Cnllilllti'il Comfort, - iu Pliil.id.'lpliia, she will cany hands. This is A Fiu'rinouut, ll turbino to be forced by explosion, and whon tho Coupon licaei Olllcivi In the fcoutn mail-roocngino was converted into .m was reached the plucky you will find our Umo tablt-- anil tlr kits, ay Mo-If aotnbly tru la ho-- i in the North. jet .Voiimh "d ll'k to Jlonoit, r. tion, iliWiiiUy'i.' i' Ilniilaiid; but we Hud which delivered twenty per cent., bv divers had to haul tlm boxes from ono you wauttia.iTe money and bare a plruant jour-neK. O. MiCOUMU K, Unit m tlif t t tit tl'.i pocket is given tho volume, of free air into th" water main, deck to another until the too deck of Oeneial Parnjicr Ai?ent. InirJo . Conntcll In tama depst In Wathlngton lor V rtunately this be.iii; tho proportion found naces. the vessel w- -i reached. City 1 Icket At;nts and Orhrei liruiereuce uini cue uamts lelt lre, Ky. BALTIMORE, 7 llh ATe.. Uulni'le K. A. HtcK.NKK, eary to stircbango the wator. Analysis tho fear that tin vessel misht bo sunk I. M. Iobbkmk. IIU V.ne at. llncinnatl O PHILADELPHIA, . o' realized, . showed that the quautity of free oxygen, deeper by the explosion A "K.VNU.lKOOlSG." NEW YORK. Direct rout to in the aerated wator was seventeen por but thousands of dead ibli woro sent to A SPECIFIC FOR r.riu3' LYNCHBURG, lmgarooing is tho most interesting cent, greater than beforo aeration, while tho. surface. DANVILLE, I port iu Australia. It is ono of tho tho quantity of carbonic acid was fifty-thre- e HORSE And all polnll In .M:i:i)ii.v.M'-- ) idi:.. per cant, groater, aud that of tho niont exulting sports in th,e world. VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. OKTHEbTATh. YiWqa meets aid orguuized, parties of total dissolved gases was sixteen por DC1I -E- XCURSION Uipreaatil trout twenty to thirty joining in those cent groater. An inleroBlinR oxporimenl wasdovised TICKETS IN SEASON- .- "D" rreKular canty anil Jk rnfut 137 yen. j uno by uu Kuun-'- i Catholic bunts. They rido to tho kangaroo .Nn. 1 SEVENTH ANNUAL fafllBTION ! Tho constant discovery of natnral gai priest, named Xeedhain. i Ho. I i.v Kri'KCT j im: 3. 'iT. grounds, aud as soon us ouo is sighted Daily isociation or Kx Hun I'allt -OF THE lie two dogi uro released and tho horses in and about Pittsburg iu wells giviiig with tho Fiuiiuh iintiiiiilii UuiFou, but nro given their heads. If tho Australian from 1,000 000 to 10,000,000 daily supply only properly carried our eventoen 7 :v) p ji il K) a m I.ta Iiulirllle If taken ilnrlnj: the C1IANOK OF I.IFK, m-iiwuj is uoll up iu his business, aud if is tho marvel of tho times. There havo years later by an Italian iiiilosophcr, MADISON COUNTY in 11 5u .1 iu II K) Arr LrxlDKtfln... enfferinL' and danger t, vacua for benvolil.il, " White fulph r.'iirii'Ki hoen improvements in tho pipo joints tho Abbe Hp.ill.nizani. Iu purpose was li 00 u'c S 10 a in book"Jliaiui to will Women," nulled frco. A8HOCIAT10N, tfUti lut him tako you instead of you try" CharlottiTllle(V M Jiinct) 3 10 p m It 10 a in LuiimtLD lUui'LATon Co., Atlanta, Oa. " KlcbiuouJ 8 11pm .1 SO p iu ing to tako him, ho will carry you safely, and measures perfected nud adopted to tho same as lle.li'.s, to keep nu orgauio TO HE lll.LD AT 10 48 p in 0 35 p in " Newjiart New avoiding the trees and underbrush. A prevent waste. Tho futuro of this gas aubsta'ico bo that notliing could alight " Old 1'ulnl CouiUrl II 10 p ni 7 00 p m , " Norfolk TUESDAY, ALUUST 7 10 p u, good, strong kangaroo will givo yoa a and ita use3 nro boyond conjecture, A on it from without in order to tlnd HICHMOM), " Waahlniitou 3 0 p iu S M p ru patent for tho process of changing it into whether, under audi coud.tions, life continue Four Days. And " Baltluiure II iJ p m II V3 p m long chase, aud very often tho dogs can.100 am :t CO a m " rnllaJlphU not follow him. In this case, when the an illumiuant has been granted. Tho could spontaneously develop within it. S 20 a iu f. in a n. " New Vorx main featuro of tho process is tho burstTROTTING AND EUNNINO RACES So niiniit- are tho organisms, however, iiorsomau gets up to tha kangaroo ho K For Tlcteta, Rate Itifirmitfon, etc, apply at Upon tho Track each Day. takes off his stirrups and strap and ing of tho natural gas molecules by heat that multitudes might be deposited, Ticket ottice or addrru fiom the air dining oven a few W.O. MICK II AM H. H. KUM.KIi ' iuoo'us the animal over the head, which and mixing it with tho finer gases. It E. H. BURNSIDE. . Hpeclat tralni to and from Parti, Cynthlana. 2d Vice rrwlileiit, fien'l Paw' effectually stuns him. He is then killed is claimed that this procoss will cheapen minutes' exKnuie. With uroat ingenuity Wlncheater, Uxlngun, DanTllIe, atanlord. bin. RUbiiibnd, V. touitr lie, Kt. by the Another now were the altered oircunMt.iiioes met. It cuter,R Llilogiton and all point reached and skinned. Tho hind quarters aro illuminating gas one-fiftH Old K C Woll - Knox--u will .given to the dogs. Yes, it is good system of producing heat with natnral was nigued that heat would destroy Troit'i celebrated Band .Pint lurntih the Millie. A. Hotel L1. -. nn inn AM r .o Maintaiiui it IlaT. -. ..11. - enough eating, but too strong to be pala-tabl- o gas has been brought forward, and a organisms, as it destroys other living J. 4... HEUNDON,v V. lu" I. 1. w v Secretary High Reputation. Aulitant Becralarr; to those of delicato taste. The tail, favorable opinion of it has been expressed thing!). So nn orgauio iu fusion was 211. B. TEKMLL, I'realdent. K. by oxperts. Tho scheme is to effect tho placed in a llask and boiled, nml, while THE INTERIOR JOURNAL on tho contrary, is considered by And th l.ounfllli to be delicious whon made into union of n spray of water with natural it was boiling, tho ueck of the tlnsk was Itliriat0.r u Dotorminco : fused nnd soiled by a hot (lame. Thus WALTON'S OPERA soup. Tho average size of a kangaroo i3 gas, evolving an extra degree of caloric. HOUSE, It Shall bo aecond to no Count' Tho spray is injected into tho ilamo of any living thing iu tho infusion must about fonr nud a half feet high, but Hotel in the State in it Faro BTAtU'OBD. KY. ll two p'pera for lltt.'e One year far only havo been killed and no othors could iho "old man" kangaroo is ofteu six feet tho burniug gas, and tho decomposition Appointment!, or Attenmore tnau tbu prlcn 01 one tion to Oomfon of high, and is very fierce when ooruered, of tho water and tho combination of tho enter. When this had boon proper' 7 WALTON BROS. - - Proprloto s their Onaete and is known to havo ripped men open released hydrogen and oxygen with tho dono the Ihsk misht bo kept for years By paying a ti you will rec Ire lor one yeai home paper with thi (Tnurler.Journal, tbe with a single blow from ouo of his hind natural gas, and tho combustion of tho without any auitii.il'Hilro (io callod) ever 70UT tho tioutb, democrat. repreaeuutlre newipaper new compound, conerates tho heat. Tree of eharce. legs. pee ap"eariiig in the i'iiion. the boit, roriitiu Slwof Stage, 20x!O. Eluht comulate iU 0' 8n Icand for a tariil for :mlly only, andibe United ; romifrfalTrf!. tfcpronio.U'.l m . . 4 1-1Iu The liar will brUhteataud alilt Wj ery. Seating tapcclty, Including gallery, Mlle.l nlth tbe fUnlrVii Htatet. Tboic wi Jcir to examine a eicipU realty lliit 6Ucaoiab!o rater to sooJ attrjciluu: t. That wo Jo n t receive poit IlirJ work la tho Ust ititnj: Ijr 'I. That wedonolpiiWlib inonjaoin at '.hit cilice copy of the doei 'uufc.riptioa uulesa w uuun cUnua, dm yet bcou UUcutbik1. alatloBJ, d. It par TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. aOm muw 5P WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S ' , tea-tim- ilia-tiic- Wall Paper, - 1 1 POWPIfc Furniture, Absolutely Pure. Cases, Caskets, Robes, as low as tho lowest. Fullland Oompleto Stock of tho above and prices - mid-ocea- B. K. WTEAREIU, Stanford. lMOTOGltAXMtEK, FUKN1TURE W STORE 3IACK 1IVFF.UAK, l'roprlctoi. si, good-nature- Livery, Training, STABLE Mill . U-.- Pit 03-- 6 joiix i'iut l,Sl WILLIS HOUSE. 1 hen-cnoku- o. n. J. WILLIS, Propriotor. cu I JACKSON MOUNK, .1 L 1 1 SSSUCKER flSfl LaHHIIIIW ' 1 bei-zuu- $25,000.00 IN GOLD 1 NEW FAST MAIL -- . . 1ST 1 " atfi-acte- rlt-lea- !.... EADFIELD'S regUL ! hr i:.rirc. eo-Ata- i atOR GREAT PAIR WOMAN'S HiSEASES I s MENSTRUATION FAIR . ' , MYERS HOTEL STANFORD. and Still tin-soo- Tropr h. ...,.. ..'" 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