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NO. 258. & I Union Sunday-Schoo- l Semi-SSeekluntcrl- Picnic. ur "7 VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. l'ttbtlthvtf Turmtiiu -- T nil Friday K'J l131t ANNUM, CiVMII. w. credit thaUJ.W wtUte and demanded. nnJerstoodlf W. P. WALTON DRIPPING SPRINGS Special. Uinaug nn Atuui tieing four wesn until ne o' Imril In f non, I w'l' roiluc ti .r wsk. T.ih "ill viuWsi ill InvitU'U c of Ihese water, mul wi ll ntiialn thH The KiO'l cra-.- l until the close In.nre sa lrt.h ntiil ointin of the nv ' hnflt srf uoeeful nemim. present k i be int both liiancialW ant! oiherwi"; ojwnlntt early in June. w hye biea cornstanlly present lime, nixl nil b crJwJtd up hire been either eotirelr ciireJ or Kreittly I will meet the lrin it Cmli bcneSletl. Trutreday.1 nml Orchnril, Kr., on Tue-davfjttunUp ami nt 1'iiin Lick on the K. C. e rtllroiJ, when written t" d "o Will Tuesday and Friday nlclitx when dtncMon TfSTUIOMAU. giie.ld delre them, mmic by tho Crib Or - atljrJs uie ui'ic'i pK-iire to slate that ctiard Hir.iw limJ. Co Use' to rent nt ; with ookin .tore, I am well .irquainled with Miss Ctrrie per wiek, hirni'hfd 'tetJs. NjwV lour Myes ant know her to b a run-- t excellent chair. Utiles and leicber, bath of vocal and instrumental Ioptctfullr, chases' musir, and any school would find her a I) U. BLAl'OIITKIl treasure. I moil heirtily ommend her to PAINT LIC A, GARRARD COUNT). the Cjllege and to the people of Stanford tucked their Li'i v A. Homo.v. The republics beie hse tut), and iMren up the Gjht Uislol.Tenn Van unr cjni.ler yoursslf fortunite if uinn nrr IhU L A. J udsr, yotin pUce, TJ'tn? hore nml you cin secure the services of Miss Csrrie i throii by of hi it.!ler broken I: w. l.e M ives in your drpulment of music, in jot one inn both io'lruuiental and vocI. She wa in thought for 4hil tfcat the youn mv euiploy for several terms at Martha win killed. Washington Female Cjllege and gye hoM K bbitt, the ctet I wile F F K K. Wii.ky, but he never let down. He ofien eel President Martha Washington F. Col He i in no entered in another roe. ondidte 'or doorkeeper. Ilibn wrillen lege, Abington, Virginia Miss Mayes taught inslrumintal mi voto onr repreiectilire, Mr W A. Am!er0P, cal music two years In Weaverville Female him to ro'e for him vkinir od mrtmnty that College and gave entire sati (faction. We hire it front Her Her the editor of our county piptr, the man who voice is sweet, clear and tired the deuncrl In ole for (sen. Buck-ne- pjpils make fine progress. 8be is patient when it cum to the crlch went luck and painstaking as a tetcher, prompt and W hope Mr punctual in the performance cf duty, has oo hiui and toted for Fox. pleasing manners and is very popular with Mullm. can deny thi. KJ I). ATKINS, her pupils. Don't Know He is Dead. President Weaverville Female College, iTo the EJf.ur of th IntkiIOR Joi a.sal X. c. Cns.uOm.ii.VliD, AucuitV P.eatetoin. Little Mibel bad been to Sunday a;hool ert the followint: Hon. Font Fox Uct hit', candidate for the lesiclalure, will The lesson was the escape of Lot from SodMonday inStptriubtr om, and on her return home she was asked .peak at Stanford friend of to lell about it "Oi," ebe eaid, "it was county court dy Lt bear hiui on the inoet in. about I. at, and the people in Sodom were justice come to famoiu con.piracy to thwart the will of a awfully wicked and Lit was the only good free people that blackent the pne. of mod- nne, and he was told to the frim destruction with bis fam Ir, and ther said: 'Now, Ko.M Fo. Houurrr. ern bitory. Lot, you mustn't turn and look btck,' and There U no reon for dcoyinif it, the re Lot didn't look back, but Mrs Lot wanted noil of the Slate election i' a bUck eye for to see what was going In happen, so after the democratic prlj; and from a democrat they had gone a ways Mrs Lot turned and !c standpoint, except for the intluence it looked bick and turned a eommersaul'. ccca.ion to l1 ' v, hr Patrons And tnends of Stanford Fe male College I am eorry to announce to you that Miss Hobjon will not bs with in next season The feeblu condition .fhr health is such as to forbid bar leickirg. Tne lon strain of work in the music room has at length had lis etlect upin l,er riervom Hystem and general health However, she recommends In her place a young lady whom she knows from a personal acquaintance. Her succesor, Misi Cir-r- ie Lee Mijei, com,-- ) from Sweet.i'er, Tennessee, anil hai the nxperienre of several yeirs in teaching hiving twice taucht in twj female ollegea of huh s'anding She is represented as a lady of intelligence, of refinement, of an amiable disposition and enthusiastic in her specUl voctfon. I am ani'ialuted with her family and in social standing the rjnk aimngt the first of her native town I'leisereidctre'iillf the tmlimotii.iU be low and you will mi thit the position will gtin be ably 1 I e I by one worthy of your pitrunige and confilence Ttianking yuu fjr your kindne's and suppsrt in the past, and belivin tint you will .till bi pleased in thi depir'unnt, I am very respectfully, Ai.rx S 1'a.yto.v Is td bl, 1 well-traine- r, I lt reirel it. Tne democrillc majority in thic Stale has been .0 ponderous and unwieldy that it is burden and a burier to ptrlT B.it there are r.o Hijnn that orKMnittion fiom tho democr'.t-icrink'- . there wi anr de e:ii-It was only the stay thatcuel the reduce I Biijnrilj.-rO- w eniboro Mea'enjcr. The Htcrelaty of the Treasury announ the baaia of prepijment of interent cei maturity rn an unuully liberal cale. The rebate i 2 pr cm'. He alo call, for lenderx of ll per Cint bond on account of Tlwe the Sinini: Fund ac:orditii; to la opiiona o( imeret and redemption, if the urgency for mnnee should became ft' Uteil in the lt a msny apprehend, my Jninry 1 cf nearly forty million luent br dollars 'Tell me," he whl'ptred with thehoaw neMof emo'i)ii, whirered a. if he feared fi'ie-tithe mur Jiurlna urf might cuich the and bear it to aoaie othf r ear. "Tell trembled me, bave you ever loveo"' S'ib hesitated for a moment and he thouijht She hefeltherbliipbeclowln hU eyei. She etn-lletrembled and in a mill, small whlapar. theummerbrez), anawered: "Not Francl'co Chronicle thi summer rn re-uhe-fo- re but hare eNewUere. we ife no The American cow is the noblest of all animils, for American dairy products are estimated at j 130,000 000 arum illy. When it is recalled that the cotton crop is valued at $ 0 000 000 less ar.d the whet cio,) at but $50,000,000 more. Ihe cow is a very considerable factor in this country, and rep resents a basioess interest that ought to be protected from the pauper lab r of the Louisville Times. pump. Walterson got sick eirly in tn canvm sud Carlisle and rii'hed oil to the said fell by the wayside oftr r one or two speech-er- ; hut old min Hek and Jim MoKenzie staid with the hoys until the last day in the evening. In view of the return, it now appears that but for the ell oris of Heck, McKerzie and (tw others the State would have Rone republican. Just Ihjnk o'i'! Owensboro Messenger. The Xiw Jersey man in Michigan who rather thsn pay his board, murdered the and then lady that kept his boarding-hous- e killed himself, would not have acted that way at home. The laws of Michigan, unlike those of New Jersey, do not piovide, for hanging, and no New Jersey man cm be hippy if, r couimilting a capital offense he sees no chance of being hanged. af-e- done aye, fir the grand old county and her sister counties about her this has been a great day. Such an of Sunday-chodoctrine has not often if ever been surpassed in this or any other part of the Stale The omuilm-of arrangements hail done Hverythirig pnsible to make ample means of accommodation for all who might be here and the fruits of their labor showeJ to the vast audience that their etl iris had not been in vain. Tne fountain of Siiaday-'chodoctrine was kept on lio throughout the day in the beautiful grove ;'. miles north of Woodstock called for its claver ownsrs, Gastineau's woods llivinc sympathized with those ah ent for whit they missed they cease to attract atlnniou and the hundreds who gathered a round the speakers stand ami who did not slight the picn'c come in for onsideraticu. Tbey were here from L'ticoln, Garrard, Rockcastle arid Casey in number' and old Pulaeki was well represented. The hosts began lo gather at an early hour. They came on foot, on horebick, in every kind of vehicles from the wagon to the moM elegant carriage and at t) o'clock Ihe beautiful grove was a inas of Sunday school men, women and children The exercises Ixgan promptly at '.'.30 A M by inuic of the five claes representing the five 'chools respectively, led by our worthy teacher of yocil luudc, G. C Oilli-lan- d. Afler which the 1" h chapter of He c'esiasles was read by Rev. W T. Rynolds and a very able prayer otlered by A. J Pike. Then came the Thompson school represented by Dr. S C Perkin. and Bright Fer-reAllie Rynoids &a its epaakers; Miss and Miss Billc Riynolds read essays, from said rchool. Second school, Kites, rcpre sented by Messrs T. J. Acton and I. N Essys by Mrs. S. A Guliceau Gastineiu. and Miss Ida Lirkin. Just at this time there was a cry heard , ' D every -vis-in tne tair is body inviteJ " It is uselesi to say that every one present made for the dinner table, which was well loided with all the good things of the season, and plenty too. At 1 1. M- the crowd was called together by music by the cla. Then came the Grange Hall school, represented by Rev, J W. Birronand C. M. Tnompsoo, Mis-e- s Macy Mercer and Era Ilirron. Next the Pence school represented by Massr. W T S.Green and J P McWilllans, Misses Hannah NeNun and Ophelia McWilliani". Fifth and lal came the Woodstock school represented by W K Price and J. A. Van hook, Mis?s Allie Martin and Emm1 Thompson, which c!oeJ the programme of the day. The reports of all the schools show them lo be in a healthy condition-Dutiuthe sasou there have been chapters read by the several fchoole. 102 lectures delivered and 72 esays read in be half of the Sunday-schoo- l cau'e Great credit is due the entire repreen tation nf each school as well as the entire community for the hospitality shown the picnic. E'eryboJy went home tilled with S S. doctrine, enthusiasm and picnic, trut ing that all miy he .pared to ei jiy another such a blessing iu lS'. ..Wim?, That the I.ntkkuk Jocknal and Somerset papers be nqiies'.ed to copy Done by order proceedings of said picnic. of committee. J. N. Thompson, M'gr. To the Alitor of the Interior Journal Wooihtock, July 31 -- Pul9kl has y, hemlf priud ng ol ol wi-s- t -- Mullins fired bis brick kiln Monday. is selling a' Level Green for 05 cents Ping & Bro. Inyetieiin ili'tilling bran dy in Glades. -- Jack Biker's condition is reported to be much worse C. W. Ping haa been laid up with a bone felon on his thumb Teacher J. N. Brown is laid up with something like tvphoid fever. Mr. T. T. Wallace has made some im provements at the town spring. -- Ad Catron bonght 300 head of sheep in Pulaski at $1 to SI. SO per head. The county road are being worked by the militia and are in good shape. A new !)y at Mr E. M. Danny's and will be named for our governor-elec- t. Twenty three drummers visited this place last week, including Dive Jackeon. The county teachers' institute will con vene here en Augtnl 221 and continue u7e G. A. BENEDICT STaNFOKD, CO., HANK STOCK FOIi HALE a"-t- J ! KKXTl'CKt. Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. BjrWells Drlilei to oiJer anJ pump, furiulihf-- l 2l.a- -t t at factory rlcea. I with to sell Kortyfifs Shires of First National Bank stock ol Stanfort. If not ioM prlvatu-l- y will loll publicly County Court Day. II. T. IlVSil, E. H. FOX, ICE ! ICE quits. ! ICE ! In SUnlord 1IIOXOICJl1HE.R, DANVILLE. KY. sant now b'HHIDj opp)-l- t IH saiit ts lutlar mn ever the prepir 1 toaci jiatuo'Ute tlio putillt with lino pi' lures ifoin rauwjrapm iu iiihsuj. guir AI Has rciiiive I will deliver to regular auJ vicinity cverr taornlnj at cii'onws One Cent Per Pound. Acconnts due when customer it the close of each month or pl I " Mil p n e it tit no iv and MIXMIOSRY. -- Stanford Female College. AliKX. S. I'AXTO.V, Vlli:s. Tho nuiaafflsi, Novelties est Dex of the Season. Next "esuon wi.l bwln on ; day. Ino-hor- ll nr rI, - Re7. Hiatt feems a little discouraged at the meager attendance at the Saturday night meetings Our good republican friinds, Judge Colyer and Will Davis, now cencede the election of Buckner by S00 The trustees of the various school districts are being stirred up on the eubject of getting tchojl-housein proper shape (or winter Mrs Celia B. Rice, of Fort Worth, Texis, is at her father's, Willis Adrms1, in Garrard. Mrs. John Foster, with her two little boys, of Bjrnside. is vieiting Dr Da vis here We failed to menlion in last reptrt that James Prewitt, independent republi-- c in, wa elected coronor by Oo'J msjority. Dr. Davis received 1,1 Jo yole9 for echool a iperintendent and nis majority corree pinds with the number of votej polled for him; no opposition. A man calling himself Henry Johnson passed through this place Thursday last, after stopping at the blacksmith and woodworking shops of W. II. Cocks and II. C Gentry. That nitht the above shops were broken into and $20 worth of tools carried away. Mr. Gentry went to BrodheaJ and recovered the tools from persons to whom the thief had sold them. Johnson was wearing dark checked clothes, spire build and weighs about 110; $5 reward is offered for his capture. s ed to lultttie tastes and capacities of girls. Oilers special attrac Ions lu the DeoirtaenU ol.Vrt and i'.'.-l- l Music, rend lor catalogue. Thursday, the 1st of September etitilrTca' Instruction thorough, aud discipline VlnJ, lit Wif. AVKKS. mm. (iraluatea outuur dlilreal courses ai rang Alio Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars ". ' Kuchln' Corsets, Butle, etc. You -- m "'"""""J!, me rooms lately Tacatcl by Suil- - l; hhifitittkii. s.3. o, OIVK II, Notary Public AYRES& GIVENS, 3U Fifth Street, NOTICE. To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: UarlDg recently equlprd a fine Roller Mill In the town ot titnnforl tfat we defy any Mill to equal In quality of flour, we think tho citizens ot the county should haro county prldo enough to patronize aud sustain the same tVe wish lo Inform whom it may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and corn and will giro the highest market price lor same. We I are added some Dew machinery to our corn meal drpartment and cannow mako meal to suit It cannot be equaled by any other Mill In this vicinity We solicit a trial In our Hour and meal department. All harlni? grain In our line ior sale will please call at Mill, where our aznnt can be found al all times, who will Rife the best prices lor same. Brand ard ship stud always In stock. ir. .v. 251 tf btanlord Holler Mill Co. n ATTORNEYS AT LAW. LOUISVILLE, s - - icy. (lafl.l y.) 3 and 3, Cromle Block. PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. 12 fc 1.1 AVcst ! 203.6m Slain 811'out. ! i'otts. sttf't. TAXES i TAXES Notice of Incorporation ! land I The New Ketcnue Law adds six per cent, to all Taxes unpiid by the first day of Septembar I will bare to collect It. So pleasa corns forward and sett'e. T. D. .YJ2irii.t.VJ,S. L. C. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. py nn ai "-- W's, wi had quite a collation; pretty The sooner strawberry planlfl are set out chance for a g'j d, ti o, most ol it; but there was one ds'sb in July or Aiigmt the better ,0 be that I couldn't make out what it was. It crop next eprln. If l"B P,cl ' a rainy time. bat their growth looked like Koman cement, ready mixed Mi, wait for for building purposes and it lasted like be not too much checkeu. rrffiueni .io (jrowlb of runnera will slate pencil dust." "O.i, that was cboco ing and atopplnu the bud. late make the hilli thrifty. All the fruit summer crop must, howorer, be for oext Prof. Richard A. Proctor, the eminent formed thi fallsclec'.ist, hag made a close study of base watching younR ball pitching. He did not at tirat believe A child was recently ... tiMlliinn busily talktneinto a tele that a ball could be curved, but he became i.. i. child convinced, and wrote a learned thesis to phone transmllte. Suddenly the The la show how it was done. Haid: "Who are you talklnj? to?" "I am talkinK to a man" dyan-wereA democrat who does not go to the polls mu.t be an the child replied: "Well, he and cast his vote, fur all practical purpose email awful little man to live in euch a I just as much of a republican as the man bouie a thatl who marches to the polls and votes the Loulsyllle ticket. straight republican chicken The moot wonderful remedy for Time'. Chicken I cholera ever discovered danler' and A young man in Jackson, Miss , is eating Cure. It is guaranteed to cure Choleta -- ' peaches ell a tree that grew from a sprout la gold by all druggie. "corrected" him Mike with which bis mother Patrick Helber Insulted Mrs him years ago. He atruck the twig in the fracthe lady McMulleu at PitUburg and ground and it grew right along, skull with a rork tured bb d: Dr El Alcorn has found practice in his own family. He proposes to name the boy ''Bobbin Redivivus " The rain failed this time to visit the just as bountifully as the unjust. We got less than any of our neighbors. Our wells and cisterns are utilized as places for the storage of gunpowder, kindling wood and such other commodities as require to Id kept dry. Don't forget that Messrs Blakeiaan ' and Thompson with the able assistance of J. S. HOCKEB. 2ll-S- t Misees Thompson and Ford are prepared to vindicate the ancient honor of Christian Cjllege on the J'.h of September. The colored pipulation have been ead CHICKEN ly neglected by the papers, which have fail ed lo chronicle their astonishing feata with ball and bit. They threaten lo organize a Cure ! bicycle brigade and carry their claims for appreciation to other regions. Eld. Jos. B.aIlou preaches at the Christian church on tie first and third Sundays V. W.Thojimon.C'IW in each montt; Rjv. J. C Randolph at the The Eveniko Bath. All farmers who Presbyterian church same days. Rev, are subject to severe physical labors find Coleman serves the Biplist churcb; I don't the grjateit possible refreshment in a bt'h Know his days. of the whole Indy at the close of the day's J. B. Green, the iudtfatigable Sunday-scholabor. Krery farm house should he fitted man of the West End, organized a with an out hou'e where the men may re tljurishing institution at Moreland on Sun move the dust acd perspirntion resulting day. Aug. Bridgewater furnishes a com from their labors and where they can modious room and the people generally change their dirty clothes for clean ones, disposed to back the enterprise. for next lo a clean skin, clean clothes rests Tie weather is cool, health generally No one who ha not tried good, few doilba reported. No large tram a weary body thenvening bath and change of clothing actions in stock. The election seems to be Thousands of dollars worth of would believe how great Is the relief thus over. No public demonstration over the chit kens die every year from Cholobtained. Not only is the immediate ef- results, nor have we heard any one consol- era. It is more fatal to chickens than fect great, but the bath induces sound and ing himself with the old woman' panacea: all other diseases combined. ISut the e'v refreshing sleep, and thus a double purpose "It might have been woree " discovery of a remedy that cures it has been made, and to be conis served. -- Mrs. J. A Wright and Mrs, J B Advinced of its efficacy only requires a When a funny story is suddenly recalled ams, of Montgomery, Ala , are visiting the bottle is enough for trial. A Will Weather-forto a man's mind by some circumstance, the family of L B. Adams It is guarone hundred chickens. aud young Mr. Burnbam, of Rich desire lo lell it is suddenly irresistable. s of anteed. If, after using This was peculiarly so ol Jimmy Crawson mond, spent Sunday at G. D. Weatherford's. a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly J E Hufiman, E q., and wife, of Liberty, satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken He was going down the creek one day on one of the raftsmen was struck are bcre visiting relatives. Mies Caldwell, raft, when Cholera, return it to the undersigned by an oar and knocked into the raging of Paducah, is at Sim RsidV. Mrs. and your money will be refunded. of Covington, is at Henry Cam tlood. The incident suggested something to old Jimmy and instead of niiz's Mies Claudia Drye with Miss Jude ludicrous DR. W. B. PENNY, Misses Allie God and DENTIST. plunging in afler bis comrade, he drew a Weatherford Koitiiclcy near to him as be could safely and said: Carrie Berry, of North Middletown, have rt tuntorct. "Your falling in there remind, me ol a Ut some weeks with Miss Marr Thompson. -- S?X " ile thing that occurred about 20 year If every murderer could be brought to But the man had gone down never to rise trial within 30 days from the commission '. .t--,,f;4i2- SJ Nashville Baneer. again "Tl.-Lcnf his crime, and, if convicted, hung within IVit'WZl' While the State democratic majority is 30 days thereaf er, murder would be far not as big ai some barn doors, or as high as less frequent and society be far belter pro"humanity a Cumberland mountain bay stack, it is tected. The present sutTicient to keep .our republican friends cf the law" is but little elsa than a premiOfflie ou Lancaster stroot, next door to office. Office hours (rota S toll a Cleveland Leader. from trolling out their male poultry and um on murder. w.and 1 to 5 p. M. Anesthetics Administered r. wbar necessary. crowing over the result. S far as the elecThis is the time of year when the farmer tion itself is concerned, it signifies nothing. who does not take a newspaper because he If the republicans can construe a stagnant CENTRAL UNIVERSITY inditlerence among democrats and a wide- cannot allonl it, meets with two or three traveling confidence men and gets cheated awake activity in their own ranks into a RICHMOND. KY. Eleven Popart-meiiAilviiiitiiKi'S. Kiill Ficultr, moreel of camfort for themselves, nobody out of enough money in one day to pay lorntlon in the lii'.irt of nf Mini) carM to object. Whenever the party needs for a subscription to half a drzan daily pa- Illue Unix res. "ii lifflin.nl mid honpitnble rommim My. to J!. AlteudaiUH JlnderntB it Kentucky will smilingly turn up with taut tesulmi .'- fr ni Nrxr SrssiON oprss pers from tvetj Stale in the Union. that same old forty or fifty thousand. nrr. II. I vC. Fr full InfnrniatiKii ami CitalDgue, Philadelphia Times. L. H. BLANTON.D. 0., Chancellor. Glasgow New3. vppito h g 20,-lbI Notice It hereby siren that the undersigned hare lormed a corporation and bare itcorded the articles thereof lathe clerk's office of the Lincoln County Court, pursuant to Chapter M, den. statutes of Kentucky. I. Tb name of thj Corporation Is th "Cumberland Valley Land Company." II. The general nature of tnt business Is to buy and sell lands la Harlan and Bell counties, Ky., to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. III. Its principal place of business Is Stiaford, Kentucky. IV. The capital stock Is fixed at ISO CC0, with prlTllege to begin on $30,000. Each share Is 5100," to be paid In money. V. The Corporation shall le;in business on the 25th day ot July, 1857, and continue 25 years VI. The ailalrs of the Corporation are to te conducted by aBiard ofsjren Directors, from which a President, Secretary and Treasurer uro to be elected. The Incorpiratora shall compose the first board, and the election thereafter to te held on the third Wedneslay ot July annually. VII. The Corporation shall Incur no debt great-tba- n of Its paid up stock. VIII. The print? propetty of stockholders shall be exempt Irjm corporate debts ncd liabilities. IX. The Corporation shall pmen all the powers prescribed IP Chapter JO, General Statutes of Kentucky. ROBT. BOYD, W.G. WELCH, 'VINCENT BOKEINO, JOHN BENNETT, GEORUEMc.VLIdTER, W P. WALTON JWEWCOMB HOTEIi j MT. VERNON, KY. n This old and Hotel Is still main. talnlng Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the trarellng public. 83-- t I it. i: vcuviiiin n..i. Mt. Vernon, Ky, It. S. VUS.TI.V. J .SO. M. PERKINS. .Albright A friends and customers ol be change In firm name to Bbodhkid, Ky., May, ls37. Martin bes-- to Inform their many 3IAKTIX A PEKKIXS. Tne new firm hons, not only to sustain the reputation of tbeold, but Intends to make many Improvements In the manufacture ot tobacco which will be to tho interest ol our customers. Wo wll. devote spec ai attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for put farors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, we remain, Respectfully your. H5.Giu JMAItTIX Jb 1'EIIKIXS. DK.I.S.BU11DETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD, KY. Has bad ai experience ol orer fifteen .years, and has successfully treated hundrols of cases Bpe- -l clalattentlou Isglreo to the treatment of all dls- tfl.ltps nf fhaAvaa Vnm...! .11 .. ..a cured glYen oa application if ilwlred. KO-Ct- a. ..!.... G Cholera S L.&N. THE OBKAT TO Louisville & Nashville R. R. THROUGH TRUNK LINE TUB SOUTH & WEST WITH Pullman Palace Sleepers. tO ol XllMllillt?, Atlatiln, M!llllllB, Montgomery, si-e- .Mobile nml ew OrlemiN. Initio Kock, Only one change to points In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS feeling homes on the line of this roat Mil rocelri special rates, TSeo Agents of tbl Company tit rates, routes Ac.,er write C. P. ATMORE, O. P.AT.Aj Louisville, Ky W: 5o-cen- d two-third- r-Pio- s d i and the John The Knabe, the famous Decker.! Son, the popular and reliable Everett. Tb celebrated CIoujq i. Warrea, Church A Co.'s ' tfp??h i!.i'Vi?53J. Any one deslrlnj an elejant and durable musical instrument will do well to examine our prices before purchasing. Wear stents for the n John Church A Ci., aud will warrant our I'lanosfot seven yean, and our Organs for five years The Everett Piano and the Clougb A WarronUrgin aro tho best and most reliable Instruments manufactured, Ojr Instruments can be seen at Ihe poitollice In dttnford, where Mlu Kosa Iticbards will state prices, etc. Persons who nave purchased theae Instruments will testify to their durability nod elegant flalsh. We wilt bn glad to serve tne public, and guaraa . teesatlslai-tion- llS-ly- Elder W. L. Williams, nf UustonvIIIe. also represents the John Church A Co., and will be pleased to serve bis friends. S. It. & L. COOK, Agents. BKl'KRK.NCKi, J. John D. Carpenter, llustouvllle; Stanford, James lieatley,Stanlord, MinforJ; A. it. Pennr, StanfoM Farm, Lancaster; (len W.J. Lancaster. rx-h- -, t0 Charloa Sandldge. Junitlou Preacberaville; Mrs. E M. Carpenter, Stanford; Mrs. MurkIs Ilolme. Crab OnharJ- - O. T. Wat-lit- e. 133 M. Klmore, M. Pnlllps, Mrs. Fannie Laudram, Lancaster; City, W, M. Payne, J. , J. lyt f I J K OtAVWCMIUUM 'I V'J I tl t & that had he the courier to tell its author he lied, without snesking behind his dcjR Crab OnciiAni), Aug. 5. You have to do It, that the "young nunV boot would voted on local option, along with numerous g be lacked to the pints of an unscrupulous others, and the proposition was defeated by done me a verv great Injtntica by publish-loAugnst 9, 1887 133 a letter which, although it had my republican liar double-q'iicStanford. Ky but he won't Fox seems lo nave gotten lesj than 5,000 name signed lo it, was not written by me, tin it! nor have I written JtuUe Varnon any kind votes in the State. This shows that prohiW. P. WALTON. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT, I have of a communication whatever. bition is not cutting much of a figure in Lancaster. nothing to do with the matter in any way i Kentucky politics. Col. Guest telegraphs Judge Walker whatever, and it was your duty to inquire Virginia democrats in convention The NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. into the matter before you went so far. I that it is doubtful if Terra Cotta starts in assembled at Koanoke odopted r platform do not say you did not receive those letters, (he race he is entered for on Thursday, as endorsewhich if it were not for A $500,000 fire has just visited Bilti-mor- e. condition. but they were not written by me. You he is not in first-ratment of the administration of Grover Deputy Marshal Hughes, of Somerset, Cleveland and n few other democratic Kiiney, colored Congressman will do me the jmtice to saddle the charge) Joseph ami George Tucker, town marshal of Danwhere they belong. Yours, planks might he taken for a republican from South Cirolina, is dead, ville, brought two men, charged with sell J. C. RlNEHAHT. Local option was defeated in three pronuncimento. For instance it eaye: We verv cheerfully give space to the ing whisky illegally. They were held over the Immrdiate repeal of the country precincts in Nelson. "We detrand Two voles in Richmond and OS in tbe above and, accepting Mr. Rineharl's denial, by Commissioner Burnsido and found quarinternal revenue Hystem, a relic of the war, withdraw anything of an offensive nature ters at Castle ItMhwell. and no longer necessary to meet the de- county is Fox's record in Madison. said of him in our last issue The demoeratsof Garrard county hope Oar combecause it is op mands of tbe Government, Capt. B.C. Levi, a noted sni wealthy ment being based on tbe supposition that that the Louisville and Frankfort ring will pressive, fosters monopolies, and is obnox- steamboat man of Louisville, is dead. We ious to the interests of our people. It is decided that even soda water can- he wrote what came over his name, he can profit by the election returns. They have readily see that it has no bearing on him, only themselves to blame. Look at Mike not be sold on Sundays in Pittsburg, Pa, favor raisins revenue requisite for the if he did not send the letter, and we hereby Sautliv's race for Superior Judge. Look at government by a of the federal A lover at Cleveland, Ohio, shot his The cowardly anything in which tbey have taken part. tariff upin imparls limited to the cecesi-lie- s sweetheart five times becmito she refused exonorate him from it. skunk who did write it, however, has our Rule or ruin is their motto and if they conof the Government, encourage prod to kiss him. He would stab n tinue in their course it will be ruin, supremest contempt. interests at home, the development of In a total vote of 11.920, the local Rsy. Joe Munday, wife and two chilour material resources and aflord just com only got 4 172 in Louisville and Jef- man in the back or shoot one down from ambush with ttial alacrity if ha could dren are in the city stopping at tbe Miller petition to labor, but not to foster monopo- ferson county. Mr. Munday preached Sunday lies." This mar be called the "Virginia Joseph Bryan, one of the wealthiest cover bis foul tracks and save hii worthless Hotel. evening at the Court-hous- e to quite a democracy. We shall see if it citizens of Fayette county, died Saturday, hide. idea" of crowd. He will continue to preach here aged 90 years. fares belter than the Kentucky idea. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY, during the week. Rev, Mr. Humphries, of MS Mrs. Amanda Million was elected f The fact that the returns are such that school superintendent in Madison by a F. B. Riley is making the Jackson the Baptist church preached to the Owsley Bradley could even claim his election ha Hotel the best place in tho mountains to Rifles at Camp Joel Walker Sunday aftermsjarity of 2,055. made him a hero in the eyes of his party noon. stop. Casey gave Bradley 312 and Phelps CITY NOTTS. and he is already named for vice president A party of United States topographers 23o majority. Phelps' majority in Casey The iir iding of Water street has at last in 1SSS. Tbey say he can carry Kentucky, counliej this are doing the mountain and Resell is 95. begun. Robert Hamilton is now city mar break the solid south and play the devil month. A little child of John Vaught in Pugenerally. We don't think the proposition Ojr gullible citizens are being worked ebal, taking the place of James I, Hamll-ton- . laski, swallowed a bottle of creosote and James I. Hamilton gets the mail run will work. It was hard to spread a man of for all they are worth by lightning-rodied in greit agony. from Rowland to Richmond in tbe place of his calibre over the State of Kentucky and sharpers A pleasure boat sunk on Lake Msna-wto attempt todo so over thecraat United Presley, little son of Mrs. Ciroline G. R. Hardin resicned. Toe departure of near Omaha, with SO persons, but all States would result in drawing him out so Metcalfe, died Thursday. D. Johnson is the Osrsley Rillss for their encampment on save five were rescued. Saturday, caii'ed quite a sensation in the thin that he could not be seen even in spots. Lightning struck an oil tank in Frank suffering with flux. Hodge, who was sent to the city. Tom Steen is in luck a boy biby William It seems that the democratic rnejority in lin, Pa., Hnd set fire to 1 1,000 barrels of oil. penitentiary from this county about three at his bouse. the Slate will be about 25 000 which figures The loss is $23,000 and three lives. Ab Wingate, E-- , of Perryvllle, an will represent the majority that can hereafBourbon county voted in favor of a years ago for i term of five year, has been old friend and schoolma'e of mine, was in ter be relied upon. We can give the re- subscription of 5250,000 to the Paris, pardoned by the governor. The ladies of the Women's Cnritian Lancaster on Monday. C W. Sweeney publicans all who have gone off on the pro Georgetown and Frankfort railroad. and family are visiting friends in Adair The town of Millbrook, Kaa , was Temperance Union gave an elegant supper county. Mn. Alice Link, hibition and labor mzs and present them cf Hustonville, Saturday night, for and then struck by a tornado Thureday and 79 at their reading-roomwith the trill. ng is at H. C Kanflinan's. Mr. John Kemper, organization democratic majori- buildings were wholly or nearly destroyed. tbe benefit of thst have acleir, simon-purThe vote of Louisyille furnishes a wife and daughter, of Tallahassee, Fla., are Fjor men were killed in the Cascade ty in the State of 25,000, one that can ba at II. A. 15. MarksburyV. Master Wade relied on and one that will not go of! on tunnel on the Northern Pacific in Washing- striking lesson to political prohibitionists Bush, of S'. Louis, is nt Li i father's, Dr. ton Territory by a fall of 50 tons of rock. at the recent election. Oat of nearly 5,000 Bush. Mrs. Sontag, Mrs. Margaret Morside issues of any kind. Tice Hall, a young man of George- votes cast against the sale of whisky, Fox gan and Mr. George Clifford, of Eransville, The official count in Jessamine giv;s W town, was shot and killed Thursday by Eu- gets lees than 300. Iud. are visiting Mrs. Gen Grangrr. Mis T. Jones, democrat, 74 plurality oyer the A beautiful and impressive picture T gene Fi'zjerald, who wa. arrested and is Mattii Spangler, of New Liberty, ij visit republican, labor and prohibition candiwould be Mercer county's representative, in jail O. Hunter Irvine ing Mrs. L. F. Hubble dates. This is a victory to be proud of and S W. G. Larley, convicted at Arkansas D. J. Curry, "before and after taking." Beand wife, of Louisville, are visiting Prof. settles the fact that Jessamine is democratic City, Ark., cf the murder of Boyd Smith, a prohibitionist fore the election be was J. L Irvine and family Col. W A, I JosagainBt the world, tbe flesh and the devil, committed suicide in his cell by taking and after democratic (?) oratresses and votkins, of Chattanooga, and Capt. White, of Buckner's majority is 229. The prohibimorphine. ers have secured his election, he is a repub Memphis, are at D. R Collier's. 9S votes in the county. tion ticket only got The Sixth Reunion of the Orphan Bri- lican. Shame on such politic! OANfrlLLE. BOYLE COUNT r Judge Fox only got one vote at Mt. Stcr gade of the Confederate States army will be A team of mules belonging to John ling and thal's.more than he ought to have held this year at Bardstown, on Thursday, Allen, a farmer near here, became frightenThe official vole of Boyle county gave ed in town Saturday and ran away, one of gotten under the circumstances. His yote Auguet 17. Fry 0 majority over Lyle, the same figures Mulligan, of Lexington, Johnson, of them striking bis shoulder against a post all over the State is exceedingly light and as the first rounl disclosed. to tell which be should be tbe Nelson, Hanks, of Anderson, and Neabitt, at corner Main and Manchester streets and it is bard F. W. Masonheimer, of this place, has mott ashamed of, his miserable fallowing of Bath, are candidate for the Speakership io badly injuring the member as to seri tbe booth privileges of tbe Harrodiburg ously impair the value of the animal, if or his ueeertion of tbe best and onlv party of the House. Tuesday. fair, which begin Sarah Wheeler, the most notorious not rendering it entirely worthless. that can survive any and all vicissitudes Sam Stone has sold bis farm to W. T. horse thief in the country, has been con We have been having some more The morning after on infamons decision victed at Chicago and sentenced to five changing at the depot. Mr John Lackey, Sinclair at $50 an acre. Mr. Stone will by the Indiana Court of Appeals in a noted give possession about January 1st and will who has acceptably filled the place uf asyea' imprisonment. go West. election contest, a leading paper at IndianCongressional district, compos- sistant agent for several months, has gone probably The Dr U. B. H. Mriin, of the 21 Presby apolis broke out in a double leaded article ed of 13 counties, gives the democratic home and Mr. John Longacre takes his which began "Dn thelrcowardly souls." terian church, has returneJ from Indiana, State ticket about 10,000 majority and sends place; John Eberlien, our efficient "night where he has been spending his vication The same invective might be properly ap- an delegation to the Legislature. man," has been transferred to Hazsl Patch unbroken Mr. Morris Yeiser, his father and family plied to Kentucky democrats using trifling .A.T While theanti prohibitionists of Fort as day operator, while a young Mr. Alien think of emigrating to Florida. in the place of cowardly. Worth, Texas, were celebrating their re occupies his desk here. The funeral ol Mrs Nichol', widow cf Some of the republicans now claim that cent victory, a keg of powder was exploded Mils Emma Thompson, of Woodford Prof. J lines Nichols, of Illinois, took place many of tbe returns have been doctored by a rocket, killing two boys and wounding county, id visiting her sister, Mrs. J. T. here Saturday. Mrs, Nichols was a sister and that Mr. Bradley is by that means three others. Brown, this city. E B. Hayden, Springof G. W. Welsh, Sr., cf this place; and Mr counted ont. The fellow who utters euch The jury in the Chicago "boodle" cases field, Missouri, formerly a merchant of this Nichols a brothir of J R. Nichols, cf this a Ho ought to have his noso mashed all over returned a verdict of guilty in the case of place, it visiting his old haunts here. Mr. place. bis face and the bosom of bis pantaloons each of the 11 defendants. Seven ere giv- and Mr. J. A. Craft and eon Robert are at BettieCildweirjToni Slaugiter Wil kicked until sitting down is rendered im- en two years in tho penitentiary and four Rock Castle Spring', the great mountain liam Crouch and John Campbell went to possible. fined $1,000. resort. Mrs. Lizzie Pearl and son Willis, Lancaster Saturday to have a law suit with 1 Harris, and Mrs. M. T. Craft and Master Joe WalRobert Lee James, alias Reagan, the Texas blatherskite, who the United States about felling whisky was arrested in Caattanooga charged with ton are visiting in Garrard and Madison rode into the United States Senate on his Deputy Ualled States without licence. Interstate Commerce hobby, sought to make murder in having led the mob aud tied the counties. R M Jackson has returned from Marshal W. O O vsley chaperoned the himself still more solid in Texai by cham- rope at the lynching of James Moore at a trip to Frankfort. Poetoffice Inspector party. Tiosley was here Saturday pioning the prohibition cause. The returns Macon, Ga , in August, 186G. Tne fair parsed off agreeably toall conBY- Neir Macon, Ga., Capt. Wool folk, his That wonderful journalistic monstrosi- cerned, except Mr. Samuel Fullon, of show that he missed it the last time as the wife, six children and an aunt of his wife ty, tbe Mountain Echo, in its last issue de majority against him is 85,000. Bardstown, whose fine horse by were murdered by being beaten on the head votes much of its "valuable" space to this to keep a good man down. and having Ibelr throats cut, A son by a correspondent, who, in a moment of elec Montrose was overcome by heat Saturday; It is hard Though burned out lock, etcck and barrel, former wife is under arrest charged with tion excitement "told tbe truth and shamed he fell and it was at first thought he had broken his neck. Dr. Naye rendered med Brother John A. Bell issued his George- the crime. low down, self important the devil"-isb- , ical and now tbe in mal seems town limes as usual last week, and contid Mentor Smith, aged ten years, shot and leaders of tbe republican party in Laurel ering everything, it was one of tbe best is- killed bis father, Hereon Smith, at Fulton, county. The sum and substance of my of- in a fair way of recovery. sues yet printed. UUlosawai $3,000; in- Missouri, last Friday. The boy claims that fending was iu being the author of a special There was a white from in tbe neighsurance $1,800. his father did not treat him well and had in Tuesday's Courier Journal, charging the borhood of Wellevillj, N Y Sunday mornJOE F. WATBtH. !ODN 1 DAVIB The Labor Ticket cirried only one coun- whipped him for remaining away from republicans with using boozs and boodle in ing. The Louisville Base Bill Club were tbe election the preceding Monday. They ty in the State, Campbell. Tbe reason for home at night. Tnree men were killed at the launch- deoy it and brand its author ss a liar. "I downed on their own itrounds Sunday by its carrying that one is because Newpjrt is the Cincinnalis, 1 to 3 made up entirely of workmen, who have ing of the steamer William H. Wolf, at take this method" of declaring that they In the penitentiary at did use it and tbe s. p. editor (which means Ferguson and Green Foster,Nashville, John their homes there and their business over Milwaukee, by the great bulk of water convicts, quar by her hull, washing over and wreck- soft pated) of the Echo and the men who on Doalors In reled over a game rf cards, and Fotter to Cincinnati. The majority over Buckntr ing about 40 feet of coal dock that was full all important occasions construct his alleg- plunged a knife into Fervuson'rf neck, klil-in- tr is 55. him. of people. A great number were also in ed editorials for him, know it is true, but e, is eid mat Judge Hargia proposes to jured. hoped I did not know what I was talking the ring for the U. S. Senate, In which A coach and two sleepers were thrown enter And now will tbe gentlemen tell us ! event Mr. Beck will not have as smooth from the track near Greenwood, Vs., on about. --imagined since the death of tbe Chesapeake & Oaio and two persons what became of the 15 gallons of whisky --sailing as he Sunday beaway in tbe court-hou- se Ai Administrators ol Mn. A. E. Gover, we will Dr. Standiford. Hargia ia a schemer and were killed, besides a dczen wounded. One stored fore the election by tbe republicans, and sell at tier late residence on tbe Huitonvllle pike, rarely lets left when be gets down to busiof the killed was Baggage-maste- r 3 miles from titmlord tod 1 mile from Turners-vlllPatway, what made so many of the coons boozy on on ness. who jumped and getting caught, had his Our stock is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven the closest that day, as well as some white coons no made a mighty good post head torn from his body. John Taylok of close buyers. Come to sse us early and often. August 25, 1887, better than the black oner? If these ques Thursday, Toe murderer Brooks, who billed his master for 21 years, but the people thought tions are answered pretty readily we can The following property: he had sjrved them sufficiently and when friend Preller for his money and then packgive you some harder ones. And speaking Tbree 2 and mules, 1 brood Mare, he effered for the legislature in Madison ed him away in a trunk, is getting the full year-olwhich you say demo Jack, 1 extra family rockaway Horse, of tbe court-hous- e, to give him a rest, which he benefit of the law'n delay. Toe United 4 Cows and Calrei, 1 yearling heifer, 5 yearling they decided crate riddlel with bullets, but which you bteera, about 25 head hogi, a Wagon, States Court has granted a writ of error in can now take to nil heart' content. know was shot by republican sneaks and Household and Kitchen Furniture. TEItMti; Alliums of Slu and under din, aver his cae and the execution, which was fixed thbt days with The prohibition amendment was defeat-trt- i for August 20, will not occur that day. laid on democrats, we hasten to assure an terestamount credit ol 'JO payable In 8 per cent. Inon negotlablo note Lank. is unin Texai by from 75,003 to 100,000. Brooks' anxious public that the wine-rooJ) It. J. K, VAStlKSltALB. father hau come over from Eogland wine-roobeen any other and untouched! And the There could hardly have omr.Ku IH- -J. F. GOVEll, to see him and their meeting is said to have harmed my friends, is a room in the third Administrators Mrs. A. K (lorer, dee'd. for when tbe people of Texas decido been very affecting. Drugs, Books, Stationery and of our new temple of justice, used by to give up their dram the mil ledum may Thursday morning masked men shot story As agents of the heirs ol Mrs. A. K. Onver, we , or pri- will sell at tbe same time and place, tbe borne as a kind of be counted as in sight. Anicies. and killed Elliot Martin and wounded John republicans vate drinking department, a? tbe number place, consisting of of the recent election in Taylor and John Vance, who were en roule i.reiciiptlona arcurattdy toiBoundl The less empty jugs, bottles, etc., wilj attest. OF LAND. PbTlclan' Jeamine oauaty have been stolen, but it to Morehead, where they were to appear as That is safe, gentlemen, that is safe! This 70 Finely improred, well Watered, gcod Orchard and In tbe court-roorrWif at More ''""'"? frrf ia"frVTsnBiftilJti is not apparent what good cin result to the witnesses. recital, dear Intehior, is perhaps not in a very desirable amall place In every particular. .ppositlon from il,sinci the vote has been head, Baone Logan and Taylor Young drew tereetfng The dwelling la twoitory. with leteu roomi.tbere majority of your readers, but Is aplendld barn and good lo a Ternum.de their pistols and their respective adherent examined and declared. J K. VamAIISDALK. The Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks it will be mighty interesting for some of known on day ol sale. HitV. (iOVKH, mftfcr fell into line. The desperate fellows were J. Agents. Jewelry and Silverware the best and worst people in this county. Gen. BocKNEii'fl plurality will be 0,000 only prevented from beginning hostilities At the lame time abd place. I will tell lJ bead to 25,000, which will represent a clear cut by bearing orders given to tbe troops in the The Courier Journal special and comment Trice IOwor than ETer bought to thli market of good, leedlnu. tattle, bead irood s majority, shorn ol the court-houtlin Loweot, Watcbra, Clock and Jewelry Ile- democratic yard lo load with ball cart- - in Echo was headed "Democratic lie tacked ilulen, io nena Hork 31ulrh aud.'.O bend Cotton Miern, palml on abort notice and Warranted. "3-lJ, r, H. (j. UOVKII, ncges. and what-not- s. Up !" And the editor of that sheet knows StmMEBcchln ntcrforonmsi The prohibitionists bally generally last seem lo have fared week. Grayson county Did Not Write It. To the LMltor ol tho Interior Jotircal.-- - JULY 1ST, 1887 Your Accounts are due and ready e PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. Unpaid Accounts of 1886 not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. i i rt tic-ti- ro ts in d a, FRUIT JTJJElfS J&.T es, s e T. R. WALTON'S. CA-HST- rEniRTJ-I- A.T- I R. lt SCYTHES & SNATHS -- T. R, WALTON'S. BACON WANTED i t T. R. WALTON d WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. STREET, It Administrator's Sale MAIN STANFORD. KT e, 1 5- d two-bora- e JI.6 It. P1MW. PHARMACIST,. ' t, club-room- poll-boo- ACRES JEWELER' n. lsrAMM mug-wump- I- e ym Semi-SScchl- j) Zl"r rni f' '"'' mui'mii unf ii fnniTiiiiiiwi,iiaii Two whisky horses were lodged in jail Friday, George Roger on a line of $150 hie Ointnrcml Hotel, Liuiiville, Ivy., Imposed in three cim-- for telling whisky hdH reilnre I iU r to $1 00 per day. at King. Mountain und W. M. Rowland Stanford, Ky August 0, 1887 Airr.n Sipteuilier lit tie nunie of Kings $50 in one cise. S'luire Singleton slapped Mountain Station pintufllcu will be "Kings the dobblrn to theui in exuclly the way to B. O. WALiTOtJ. - UuHlnoBB Mftnfyror. ntop the infamoti traffis ite Newn. utcnoro nmal Ha ok wanted j T. H. Wnllon Willi m Dyci" wi rnnnl'Txl nuar f Like-ton- , ti er. ni-i- s ( & 9 4-- The 's by the W'lillev fire in London rii mated at frnia $1 500,000 to $2,500,-00Tnrt-bodis luve been taken from the ruin unl li i t)ii-ri- l that four more liuiiciLAiLS entered the house of Mr. John For the last few diyn the atmosphere . I, A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. are hurled ha been a little rinre beanliln, but no rain S. Huhe S lnday night, but only sticcejd ed in getting oir with an overcoat. It is .12 39 r.u. of Mali ti.ln going Nona- oncticnce han fallen yet. M tllVKKTIHKMKHlK. Boutn M13ir. m. suppoed that they were after the money IS k. u . dipitii ttalri" tolltb...... 1 50 An excursion train will letve here each that he brought up from the Springs, but i . m NorU e li calculated on iUnJrJ tlmt. Bolar morning tills week for inn Klchmonl Filr Mr. tin? he had fixed that so that a regi ! i,r It j bout 20 mluuloi fastar at 7 oVIock, arriving a' 8 lb. Fare for the ment coul I not have gotten It. round trip Jl .15 CARD. TIME . C. LOCAL Accident As Messrs. J. M. Wray and Fifty Shares of Farmers National The Controller of the Currency thought J. M. Cowan were coming to town yesterBank of Stanford ior Sale. a, m. Trains lfto llowland at 5 and 7.20 he might cttcli the banks napping by calle I will tell the store itock before the iUtuttilUK', atrlveatCand 8:M r. M. day morning their horse got frightened just lnor lu StanlorJ, County Court dy, Sept. ing for a statement in Auguit, contrary to 5th, l&7. beyond the bridge over the St. Asaph on the LOCAL NOTICES. custom, but he f tile I ftr ai Lincaln Iluslonville pike and dashing of overturn-ti- c I'. NMjI.KF. 2H-I- I Administrator JUctiel Jo ecu, Jh'J, Tiik bet readr ujixeu paint, are to be county' three are concerned. vehicle down the embankment. Ctpt. hud at A. It. IVcnT'n. Hotel -- Mr. T L. eJiiMOii h atrin a Cow.m fell oil as it started down and wae ITO. Abk your itroor for the Cincinnati Hi. large brick hotel built Mr. rjiitlltile hurt, but Mr Wray wn thrown at Kjwlimd. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Lin Co.'d cracker and cake. Henry Hitightu in ha the brick work and with great violence to the bottom and ap W atciiih and Jewelry repiirei on nhor pear seriously hurt about the spine. Dr. he tells u thai it will reriu,r 111 0(0 IirinU by A. It. Penny. jotke and Whrriinled tork of jewelry, ImimI Mew S II nndOtrMtd Tnompion bav Peyton was called and pronounced it a case The Farmers National Bank A coMPi.r.TK of coucussion of the spine and lungs He A, thectrpjnter' work of the building. tyle. Kockford watclief a Kcialty. .VT P.. Penny. was resting easr at last accounts and it is In the Htnto of Kentucky, at tho Close of UuadleV got 65 vole le in this coun- hoped that firm of Penny & McAIUlrr having Tm: business August 1, 1887. the accident is not so serious as ty than Morrow did a year ago ami still he diatolvtil, the arcnuntn are ready for suppod. intnt. Come at once and fettle. You may carried it ovr Bjckner by 33 The result keso unci:s. earn cocl. I18,38T "fi The denth of Jacob Busll, in Fentress Ixmih and here a eUewhere shown that it wn n dem 3.2S3 30 ocratic lo of vote by staying at home and county, Teunesiee, uncovers uiucb of hie Overilrafts PERSONAL. 59,000 00 U.miondi to secure circulation, . otherwise, and not republican gain tlmt lifd'rf history and shows him either in the Other tocks, bond anl mortgages 2,b00 00 Mk. Mahy Dunn, of LiuUvilU, i has reduce I the majority. light of an unscrupulous man or the victim Hue from approved refer agents 6,29 52 if itiri Mr. Jauie Pixton 8,073 OC of a designing woman, in whose web he was Due from other National Banks The gentlemanly buines minacer of caught. He cmiik to this county from Ileal estate, furniture and fixture MlMl.rii.A Dooitra, of Crab Orchard, 7,0(0 00 Q& 02 ! the Florence Washing Machine Co., Mr. H Michigan about four years ago for his Current eipenfes and taxes paid visilini: MiMSa.br IIrtk. Premiums paid 1,571 71 this Mi Minnie Kdklin, of Lebiuon, in P. McAllister, tells us that his sales in hetlth and haw since lived here most of the llllli of other Hanks 1,2.0 00 county have already reached to oyer 100 time with ith Mr. (ieoruB II. Hrnce. the woman, although ho had a I'raitlonal mpr currency, nkkcls and Mim Annie Jenninu, of Hi Looi, i machine mid that the demand is growing. wife and fiuiily in the Slate named. Their 62 V) cents spwie J.V00 00 All who have tried it pronounce it a real the ktirat of Mm Lent Lackey, attorney, Mr. W. L. Joaks, is now here I.JOO 00 If nder notes etn it perfection. Mn L S Joxi:, of LitumiliV, .h at looking after his (fleets anl in our next is- KcdemptioH fund with U. ;. Treasurer her father, Mr. J J WillUui'. 2,240 05 ITrjNn Mr. J C. King writes us sue no will give a full Lictory of Mr. Huell (5 per cnt of circulation) Mil.. J. V. Al.caiiN in iieniling a few that the lecture and Mcreopticou entertain and tbe Curtis woman, with whom he liyed Total SIJ7.6IB 62 day with her parent nt .Somerset. uivnt advertised for Crb Orchard on the in concubinage. LIABILITIES. Mi- - KiiOBRNrxSiiFrrAiin and Ada 4 th and h did not come cfl, owning to the CspiUl I lock paid la ?00,00M 00 RELIOIUUS. Oaapcll, ol Ssuiet'fl, ire Tinitinc Mil" MiK '. breaking of the cylinder of tne machine Surplus I'uikI 79,000 00 ', 71 de Itil.b. Brother Iijrnes lias been invited to Undivided profits and tl.eccnr!Uent orcpe of the ga. It 45,000 00 Ml Nancy Kaoii:'I, a lovely bru will In given, however, next Friday and come to Lexington an I ue Louis Kimsey's National Hank Notes outstanding Individual drposlls subject to check 111,331 SO nettvof Vinrhler, lothe Riie't of Mir .Saturday nights. pavilion for his It will bold Iu toother Natlraal Hank w.l :0 A nut Shank. Due to SUte Ranks aod Bankers people. 7.S 52 us thus r, The Hicbmond lltgitttr hits at Mm J. D Fokkwtek ami "n, K'der Moore, of Horse Cave, will Total flS7,8l S2 Lineoln county i either uniih the are rpindin a few wtke Wed STATK nr KI'.NTtTKY, 1 a protracted meeting fortunate or her democratic leaders are n nesday ' County of Mir.iIu. Mlrra IbiiVy. night, at Jtush Branch. Preaching I, Jno. II. Owfley, Cashier of theatove named blundering set. Two year ago they Col.. D. O Sl.AftilTEii and MIm I)jra at 10.30 in the morning and 7 at night till Rank, dn wjletiinlr wear that the above Matrmeut it true to tliv lwt of my Lrtowltilu ami lfllcf. II.ekor,of Diippini; Sptinj, p il Stanford allowed that hn'f lunatic and blatherskite further notice. JNO. II. OWSLLV, Cashier Itihbitt to be elect! over a good democrat a dyinc visit BaliirtUj. The meeting at Somerset church, this SulncriU-and sworn to belor me thl 6th dav permit themielves to be JoixiE J. H.TiNsi.KY.of Hirbiurrille, and n w ttn-county, held by E der C. P. Williamfon, of ol u.. iwl. tv.M. hit Kill r,N.I. L.t out republiia here on butinte fonntctrd with the hoodtimied by an out-an- d itrre i anest Richmond, closed Saturday night with 21 H..ll.tNK, ) can. Cumberland Valley Lund Co. J. J. WILLIAM, VD1 rwtors. addition -- 22 baptism and one by letter. J. h OtVSLKY, J new Prebyierian church is going -fbeen appo nted The J. A Hammonds ha Mt Sterling Sentinel. PDtini'er at the new dike of Hiibbh, in up right a!ong(and (he contnetors tell us Since the death of President Taylor an jfcTO. 2788. thai it will be ready for occupancy in Octo- address has been issued slating that the duthe IiriehtV School houre neighborhood will be 10x05 with a ty REPORT OF THE CONDITION ber The main room Mk.. John Hl'oiianan, of Crab and responsibility of presiding over and accouiptnteJ by her daughter, MIm '.'0 foot celling and the lecture and Sunday directing the affairs of the Mormon church OK THE Annie, ia in the city for a few dayf. -L- ou-irllle school room 30x3S with 10 foot ceiling. devolves upon the 12 apostle. NATIONAL BANK The spire will be 70 feet high and the Time Kev. P. Q E som writes that he is enS. Giiimim and wife, of building when completed will be the nicest joying a visit to bis old home in Nelson Mn Jor. OK HTANKOni), Elinbethtown, came up tjiturday lo Tiit in this section. county, Va., but expects to hi back by the At Stanford, In tho Stato of Kentucky, ut hit mother'. Mr. CI. returned yesterday nt Close of BuBinesi, August 1, 1837. The Kentucky Csotral advertises an ex 4lb Sunday, when he hopes all his mem but Mr. Oritur will remain a week or two. c uiion to Niagara Falls Tuesday, August be re will greet him at the "Biptlst church." It ESOUltCES. Catt. Hiikiins Kellev ia back from 'J3J. Ticket will be good on the regular Deacon George White, of Ssymour, Loaus and Discounts 5 319,257 89 Kana tn bnine, but will return morning trains cf that day, which will con Indiana, was recently expelled from the Overdrafts 3,:r,5 85 60,000 00 cut month. He i not maahed on the ne:t with n special train at Cincinnati, leav- church for declaring his belief that tbe V. 5s. Itonds to tecu re circulation 47,200 00 State and think Kentucky ia Rood enough ing there at 1 o'olock and arriving at the world Is 1,000000 years old and that it is Other stock, lond, mid mortgages 7,09) 25 Duo from approved reserve agents for anybody. 0,950 2S ... Falls next morning at 7 without change. likely to stand for another 1,000,000 before Due from other National Hanks Mimii J. W. Alcjiiv and J. 15 Pax-to- n Tickets g03d to return on any train on the the judgment day comes 1,572 92 Due from Stato Hanks and Hankers S.90O 00 and to jV.b. Fare for the round-trinolo Dripping Sprinc In the same pew iu church at Des Ilral Estate, furniture taxesfixtures from here 433 GO paid Current expense and week or two. I);. Peyton will and as far a Hichmond $10 remain a Moine, Iowa, sit each Sabbath day two rrcinlums paid 9,000 CO join them, if arnured that the company 1,397 i: women, one of is the widow of four minis- Checks and other rash Items Iniieiuted. We have it from good au- ters, the other tbe widow of three ministers. I'raitlonal paper currency, nl.kels and there U aa plettanl aa on a former viait. 12 15 cents Hrii friend will regret to learn that thority that the father of the negro, Hob It is not often that two get away with seven Specie 3.970 00 Logan, who I in itil for burglary, and who MIm Hobaon will not return to the Cillt-cbut tbe race is not always to the swift cor Legal tender notes 7,418 00 raion Her health i bad and ihe evidently intended to ravish Mrs. Hurkctt, the battle to the strong. Hedcuiptlou fund wltn U. i. Treasurer 2,250 00 (3 per cent, of cliculatlouj haa ricjinmecdd Mim Carrlo Lee Mayte, who thwArted hi purpose by LANOTSTOCK AND CROP pistol s iot, was burned at the stake in who will ciuie highly rcoaimended. She Total ..M69 32I 80 Anderson county, Missouri, for murdering i aild to be a line teacher, an excellent vo Mr. Lorg sold a lot of 150 Iior st LIABILITIES. t vn little children in revenge for some fan cilia', and a Methodia'.. S250.000 00 Capital Mock paid In cent. 11,000 00 Surplus Fund c ed in) iry their father had done him. Mux JfixiE Peaiii., eon and Mre. M. September whest it worth 08 in 2,645 95 Undivided profits T, Craft, of London, were hire Sunday, i n After the deed he threw their"b3dies in a 45,000 00 National Hank Notes outstanding. hole and when they were discovered routu to Piint Lick. The ptrty waa under sink 111,031 03 Adam Pence scld to J. II. McAIUler Individual Deposits subject to check 9,559 70 Due to other National Hunks the cbapernnace of Matter Joe Waltcn and th. crime fixed upjn him a nob made 50 ewe at $'J 50. 67 62 staDue to State Hanks and Bankers Craft, aa Gne a ppecimen of babyhood ia short work of him by burning him as Jim Herring eold to Tom Wood 40 Notes and bills 10,003 00 , we bareerer rreo. It ia an honor we es ted above MM at 3J. head, about 1,400-lb.5309,324 36 Total teem to have anybody or anything named Takinu it f r granted that the ticket Len Hudson eold to lien Kobinson GO OK KENTUCKY,! for u, but when a too partial parent namca got about the same vote as their beads we cattle, 1,557 pounds, 10 at 3A and the rest STATE ) Lincoln, County of it did not give tbe vote entire, but looking at 3 lit firt born for u. and that flr't-borI, Juo. J. Mcl'obertJ, Cashier of above named swear that tha abovo kink do solemnly uch a aplendid looking little fellow, we over the books in this county since we find Uarrion i the winning jocker of the statement is true to the best of my knowledge and fully a proud a ita father can b of that while Bradley beat Buckner 35, Bry-a- n feel Jlur. j. acuuuttUB, uasnter. ie:son up to date, ile has riddnn 104 races belief. him sworn Sulcrltd and W. M. to More me this L.6lh day tied O'Doherty, ilardin beat Wood 2; and won 41. C. ol Aug., lsS7. HHKiHT.N. P. "LOCAL MATTfts7 Hewitt lead Davis 0; Tate got the same J II, Ibgle, of East Hickman, sold to Corrkct Attest W. O. Wrlcii. number more thtn Purytar, Pickett beat Louis lUmeejr, of Lsiiogton, 2S steers and We hate ne?er eeen the people o detrr I). W. Vi.NDKVHKa, Directors. Fembtrton 7, while old man Corbitt re- heifer at '1 and 3 cent. Jessamine JourV. P.Tatk. mined that lawlewneaa ehall not gain anceived the higheil demccratic vote in the nal, other foothold in thia county. Lit the officounty, 1183, which waa 8 more than 2STO. 29X7. H. P. Montgomery, of Scott county, cer do their duty am! we are aure that TinOey, Jude Fox ncsived 319 votes. sold last week to John W, Bell, of Shelby-ville- , REPORT OF THE CONDITION with a atrong arm. they will be upheld '25 Southdown bucks at $7,25 per None of the rest of his ticket received over Ol' T1IK Ax analgia of the Totea cat at the latt 310, while Harbee who came here and head. Bank of Hustonville. National S, II Callaway, of Henry county, reeUction ahowa that even if the 311) Foxitci spoke only got 313, fused $30 per hundred for 4 hogsheads of Ia tho Stnto oT Kentucky, at the close of go over lo the republicar a in the future, the Business, August 1, 1887. SlNiiULAK. Mr. Alex. Martin showed us his tobacco. He has S acres in this season democracy ia atill in the acendeocy in Lin the remnant o' a nfckel Saturday and gaye and It is in good fix. coin, and don't j oil forget it. Having done this remarkable history of it: Last March itEsoi" ucks. The Lilonia Stock Show, the biggest their wore and given the county over for .. (82,521 S6 one ot his children waa feeding an old hen of them all, begins August 231 and hsts Loans and discounts 1,913 85 Overdrafts the time being lo the republicans, we hope with grain of corn from his hand and (or 12,500 03 tint they will now be satisfied and return fun ofiered her 'a nickle. She swallowed till the 27. Secretary E C. Hopper has U S.Honds to secure Circulation 3,562 96 Due from approved rerve agents our thank for courtesies, to their first love C.1S7 SI Due from other National Banks the money with the same avidity as the Brrns & Jurey shipped from this place 177 CS i reported that George Btephenson. child made futile during the month of July 35,000 bushels of Due from Ktate Banks and Bankers corn and the surprised It 1,500 00 Ke.il L'state, Furniture and fixtures The hen accused of the murder cf Joe Whitley, attempt to mike her disgorge 40 IS wheat, for tbe most of which they piid 75 Current expenses and taxes paid. 3,312 50 passed up to Crab Orchard Saturday night. went on abjut her buslnes, laid tbe usual Premiums pild Clipper. cents a bushel.-Midw- ay 726 80 Checks and other cash items He, Tom Fish and Bill Cuon have all quota of eggs, then went to sitting, hatchLehman bought of Diva Johnson 30 815 CO lurking in that vicinity, we learn, and ed out a brood of chicken) and riiied them. extra cattle at 4 cent. B3b and L, Logan Hills of other Hanks bten Fractional paper currency, nlckles and they should be captured by all means. This duty perform )d she bajan to lay again sold to same their lot at same price. Same 1 02 cent" 1,855 8 Why doea not Judge Vatinn get the gov- and in due time gU into the setting humor party bought 250 head in alt in that sec- Sxie 2 00) 00 notes ernor to oiler a reward for the first twt? A for the aecond time. Mr. Martin thought tion. Iledemptlon fund with U. S. Treasurer determined man ssya if he in paid sum that wa too much of a good thing, bo she of Shorthorn cattlo made at At a sale 562 50 l5erceut. of circulation) cienlly for theiiin he will land them ill fastened tho hen up for a few daya to get Lincoln, Neb , by V. E Simnis, of KenJ120.7C9 16 Total her out of the notion. Then she turned tucky, 15 bulls brought him the average of itil before many dav. LI A II I LIT I US. loose and the hen to get even with her $71 70, and 17 cow and heifera $109.10 per Capital Stock paid In J50.00O 00 demccratic party in Lincoln needs her The 8.000 00 Surplus fund a pounced upon Borne newly planted seed in head, weeding out. No man should be counted 2,162 9. Undivided profit Joe Waters' rice mare was much ad- National Hank notes outstanding the straight tbe garden and" ate them up. It was Mrs. 11,250 O0 democrat who doea not vole to get even now and she did mired at the Danville fair as was Joe's fine Individual Deposits subject to check time 52,176 13 ticket every lime and no man should be Martin's caught and killed. driving. She did not take the blue, nor Is 9 16 cominited for any office whatsoever who bo by having the hen Total preparing her for the table her gixzird she as fleet nt Maud S., but like the little STATE OF KENTUCKY, has ever scratched a ticket. We have fre- In ss. I County of Lincoln, opened and lo aod behold the nickle, she maneges to get there all tbe quently seen men vote hb it suitB them was swallowed nearly f uir month before w.ib same. Cashier of tha abovo named I, J. W. Hocker, against the pirty and at the next democratBank, do solemnly swear that the above statement It bad worn to half Its found therein. We bear of a crop of tobacco in an ad- la true to the beat of my knowledge and belief ic convention are the biggest doga in it. W. 1IOCKUK, Cashier. by the oper ition of tho gravel and joining county that was eold at 25 cents per Party line should ho drawn tighter and thickness sworn to Iwfore mo this 5tb day In size almost to n three cent hundred. The purchaser shipped it to of Subscribed and O. F. PEACOCK, N. P. L. C. wa reduced Mu 1847. all who are not for in all the time Hbould anybody double this true Btory Cincinnati and sold it for $12.50 per hunCorrect Attest: considered in all calculations an againit piece. If be Knwann Alcob.n, " the nickle and Alex'd word ought to con- dred, mukiu;; 5,000 per cent, Paris V Directors. T. J. Iloniaso.s, ua. We can give such to the enemy and ) II. Baow.N, vince the most sceptlctl. then bet the balr off their heads. 1 l. ir. i h'lflv jimil in ii't- - iiri(lerbruh beltI'tie 'ici'iiy i nntoriou 'or WALSH, THE TAILOR,S.Vi, - I 0. I'OI'U'III AVRXflK, ville"-fYocem- X- IlK-re- OUISIfXIala E, P. S.-F- INE KY, 1 GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. rh-o- IS.1IVK NTOCK -- FLORET WASHING MACHINE. Court-born- ,. 1705. HT-.VISIOIl- The most pcrfft M hlnc r invented. Wonderful savin i ol lihir aol eaillv operated. Head the loltowlot; testlmonla fmiu Udii s of Hustonville and vicinity; This is to crtlfyti ai art- - mlu tti Flore nc f Washing Maeninnaud think It tbe only Machine wp ever saw that will do a I Itcl.iitur. It 'avis clot blng and labor and Is well worth tbe pilce paid for t Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mrs. D. IV Hta. Mrs, . I. Cowan, Mrs. Sam IUIj, Mrs. J. P. Rid.). Mrs. T. J. Itoblnson.lfrs. Oeors W Kit!, Mr. J. T line, Mr. i.C. Lyons, Mrs. S. f! Drye, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs. Joseph Colley, Mrs J. K. Iiau.th.nai. Now is your chance to secure tbe best Machiue ol the ae. We also have testimonials from the following Stanford Ladlbs: Mttiauus Sain Owen, T. d. Doo-leKate Hays, S. S, Myers, G. O. Wine and Mary Straub. FI.OIIESVE IVAStllSG JtACIll.XE :o.,3.V JIcALLlsTEIl, Business Manager. Headiuartersat Dr. Bource's, Stanford. y, DR, S. G. HOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. HOCKER & BRIGHT, iSUCttESSOUViTO V. II. IIIGUIX.H.) We will continue to handle the justly cslebrated and most uopular COOK STOVE J and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GR0CERIE3, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. Ar-tlio- he-gi- n ly l, In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deserves to be. Ask your neighbor in reference io its supsriority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. AH we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. V. IS. .UoKIXXHY. SitleNiiiiiu. . EI. G. -- IlUPIaEY, and still receiving Nr. MKItUIIAXT TAILOft I nave received ()t-cha- rd, FIRST ISJew Goods for Spring and Summer tnf ben In tbe market, which uuprltlng ii' t Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to None in City or Country Olte Me u Trial. KC. O. RTJPLE1T. WEAREN & MENEFEE j e cit Chi-cR- O. X. y V S works xl jy I n Dealer in Fine Buggies, Oarriap:es, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Goal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever,' before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. II. GREEN, Agt., WEAREN & MENEFEE. HiiNtoiiYllle, Ky. Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Orloans and Tosas Pacific (Cincinnati New Shortest and Quickest Line to Now Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. KKAIi DOWN. TltAINSbOUni. 0.1. TlallT. 10 SO 11 23 Su.S. I bit. 9. Daily Ux. SSuo.l Datlf. p iu 9 CO p m 05 p ml II 33 pin 35 p mill Mp ni vi p in 12 21 a m 41 p mi 89 p ui I 05 a m 10 p ui I is a ui 0.1 No, Dally -.STATIONS. , HEAD VV. TltAlNtiNUUnt. No. 4. Daily. Dallr. Ex. Sun 7O0am! 6 No. 6. Hi). 8, Dally. G Dally. Legal-tend- am ami lU7am 1221 am, 12 33 am 12 IS a m 1 7 55 a tn ' exluglon Mcholasvllle ,'Hajrrodsl)urK Junction.. Kings Mountain oomcrset Oakdale ' L'vc ..''inclnnatl Ocorgetowa . 'rv 12 pin 10 25 am 347pm 727am C 4 49 a in. 10 a iu1 3 20 p in 2 SI p m 3 Junction Danville Cliv . ... SSpui 12),-0- 2 15 25 U 30 a 35 6 Oi) 10 00 5 10 r, pin p in p id a in a m p ia i m .,.,' 2 12 a in ....58 ,... ,...' 3 ...., 8 ., .11 ....I 6 55 43 50 00 00 15 am am p in p ml a in Chattauooji... Birmingham Meridian Ku'aw...- 2 08 p m Is 32 a m 2 3S a m , 133pm ft 20 a m 2 28 a m . 12 4'Jpm ' ' ' 1155 am '.'.'.'".'.'."!!! l"i'o a'ia 8 10 am " 031pm . 5 00 a m 10 40am . 10 35 pm1 2,8pm t5 27amlt3 23a m 47 ami -- ..., 43a m "" .....I . I - 7 4 a m New Orleans ' 80 p ml 9 00 am! ('Op in C20am 3 43a iu', 8 33 p ml, , bed-bui- ,11 15 8 00 i. a m).. 0 35 p in . 7 10 p int.. pm Meridian Vlcksburi .. ....thravcporl. . ,T. i Junction., . -- ...I., 300 ami, G,55 p m, 8,00 am 7 SO a m, Ken-tuckia- No 9 leaves OakJalod illy except Simduy, at 0 15 a. sr Arriving at Chattmoiii at 9.!0. No. U IcnvM Cliattanooja at 4.3J r. u., arriving at Oadaleat 7.4i P. m. Mann Boudoir Bullet filoiploj Cars ou all through trains. H. fOM.BUA.N.Uen'l Frt. A raw. Ajt.i JOnN C. OAUI.T, f!en'l Manager, It, X. l'.VAN. As.t. Oeu'l Kr t. A rass. X3e.1l. It. CAllROLUdtl'lHupt. W, W. WELW, Bupoilntendent, fomcriet, Ky. cseral Offlcts, St. Paul Bullllog, Wtst Fourth Street, Clnc'nnatl, Oi'o. X WORKSHOP AND STUDY. A FEW PRESS ODDITIES. NOTES FROM ABROAD. to A It Is qulto commonly known that gold At tho Unlvomty of London recently, plant Gnonoi.i man who was intondlng a mulberry tree, thought so intcutly will fuso only at a high tempo rat lire, but twenty-flvIndies wore presented for tho of tho matter that ho aroso In n soninamlm-l'stian authority on Jewelry states that tho A. I) deRrro, ten of them with honor, and state ono night and performed the addition of two por cent, of silica will r two or tho 13. S& decree. operation. It fuslblo at a very low degreo of licit A riucTiCAi. rcclrroclty treaty, npplylnp; Somk tlmo since lightning struck n clr A new scientific novelty ls a Ions that Is to Imports and exports between tho United cus numbor States and Mexico, of mall packages of mentont In which wero a negroes of white Hat on both sides. It ls the product of a were all manufacturer of lenses nt Jena, Germany. and negroes Tho pounds Is In Icis than four and killed by tho shock but not u slnglo white The Ions consists of a single disk of varyeffect. man was Injured. ing density, tho refractory power of which Tun British Museum has purchnsed one It Is said that tho skins of twenty-sevedecrenscs on nn inward scale. of tho remaining Impressions of Rembrandt's "Christ HenlltiR tho Sick" at a thousand sheep and goats havo been used Those who know say that a moist hand cost of t5,500. There arc only seven others In manufacturing covers for tho throe can be passod through molten Iron withhundred nnd twelve thousand sots of in oxlstcnce, ono of which Is valued at over out burning, a ill in of steam being evolved Grant's books that havo bcon sold. to.ooo. that prevents contact with tho metal. In can bo burned on Rktoiits are to tho effect that tho malari- In Explosive wntor Is tho latest discovery like manner the South. A short tlmo since a tho hand and no heat felt, the moisture al climate of tho Isthmus of Panama has N. C, man drew a bucket of absorbing tho hont as fast as it is ovolieJ. reduced the number of laborers, by death, well water which, nft'r standing a fow at tho rate of sixty per cent. Out of A PiiiLtDELritu manufacturer Is makFrenchmen who wont there a moments, exploded with great violence, ing sheet steel that is said bursting the bucket. to bo superior to solid copper for many 3'car ago, only eleven remain. grconback appeared in purposes. Tho sheet ls made of decarbonA Fiiancc ranks noxtto the United States the till of n Michigan bank tho othor day nation; India raises Is electroplated with cop ns a "Hero ized steel and hundreds of millions of bushels and ex- bearing tho following inscription: gam bio per nnd tinned on one side. It is thought ports large quantities; Russia pays little sho goes savo your salary don't this new product will suggest additional never play attention to wheat but grows rye as tho une of $lo,OJ0. faro bank tho last of a fort- uses fcr tin metal. food of her peoph). htnplo bread Ri'I'orts from Honduras on the products In n German paAx la the Rreat cathedral of Tuebla, Mex., por of Instance Is rotated specimen of the of the country Intorni us that there nre tho detection of a is an altar of exquisite work mnushtp, comlargo Holds of pita or "silk grass," the posed of colored marble, and onyx, tho thread worm, peculiar to fowls, in a fresh Jlbor of which has been found to be almost egg. Although cases on record of this product of tho Stnte, aid costing $110,000. very few. It would seem t tint equal to silk Itself lor m.inu'ncturing In tho cathedral, alo, is a huge bell k nd It is thought thnt, with uitabla wclglng nine mm Abiut the altar are there is some risk to human health and machinery, this product might form an a great many highly timed relics, among longevity In indulging in raw eggs. of industrv. The sea occupies threi fifths of tho sur- Important olemont thorn being a thorn from the crown of Thgiib Is much variation in da.r.es .nth Christ, Tho wealth of the cnthodrftl has face of the earth. At tho depth of about feeding of cows, yet nearly brought it Into high standing with the 3,H) feet waves are not felt. The tempera- use In part the products of nil eit da lies distilleries as ture is tho same, varying only a tnlle from great heads at Rime. o Drunkenneii or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured by administering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. tea withkiii' Icilne ot the person taking it) is out iitxnliiti I) harmless and will ellcct a permanent and speedy cure, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. te Thousands ot drunkards hare been mado men who h.tie taken Uolclru Specific in their colK'e without their knowledge, ami hollos they quit drinking nf their own free will IT NKVKIt KAILS. Tho system once Impregnated sslth the Specific It becomes an uttcrlmpossltilllty for thellouor appetite to exist. 1 or dill particulars, address (iULDKN SPECIFIC CO., 185 Race St., Cincinnati. U, tie tin- Urn-peray Item cum In a cup of cortccor c WALL PAPER, WALiL PAPER, AT en-d- otic-lm- lf WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S n Gen-or- gun-cotto- n Wades-boroug- copper-pliitc- d H BJF fo"lL 111 I Joypsw V 9 S?? n U TA U .1 v,i-- ; Ji 1 nvn-noi.L- wreat-producln- g ct . 9k cSra" Wall Paper, e pur-jwse- s fcv uruik nCUL j. i -- fel8?X tt-i iVrviiili Furniture, - J.- Cases, Caskets, Robes. Piilljand Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. B. K. WESARKIVT, Stanford. -- correspondent of a scicntillc pnper describes the manner lu which a snake goes up a tree. On being approached, and being tumble to retreat the snnko rose up nearly on to the tip of its tall and dart-o- l into tho lower branches of a small tree under which It had paused. Having gained the tree It maintained its position by lateral pressure and not by coiling itself about tho branches. Tub sin ci tig sands ot tho South Pacific islands are a source of pleasurable wonderment to all who have hid an opportunity of observing tho peculiar phenomena. While traielmg the arid sands a person Is prone to pause beneath an occasional tree, and whllo restlnc there they nro crcetel bv a faint musical tinkling which, as they listen, Increases in volume. The inolodtous sounds proceed from tho llmty sands as they are moved by tho wind. Iv the State of California grow a great many eucalyptus trees which havo a very acrid taste. Lately n wvll near which grew one of those trees began to acquire a bitter tuste in it? water. As the well was cement-line- d throughout tho owner was at a losi to account for the chance, until, upon investigation, he found that the water was affected by the tree, some twenty-Jivfeet away. The roots of the tree had found un entrance to tho well by means of a small knot-hollu a wooden conductor pipe, and had filled up the bottom and thus tainted the water, The habits of bats, whllo diftlcult to study, are most interesting. Genernllyone or two aro produced at a birtn, tho young clinging to either male or female, and one at least being carried about in tho air. There is good authority for believing that the female not only cares for its young, but is enabled to provide It with niiik from its pectoral The little bats cling to the parents In various ways. The male of one spoius has a nursing pouch. In which it holds them, so relieving tho mother, and sometimes while tho mother holds tin young tho male places himself beforj her so that they are perfectly screened and protected. I.v th' Eastern seas, from Ceylon tc Japan, there abounds a little fish, belonging to the genus Ciirlohu. winch secures Its proy by means of an instrument like tho blow-plpused by boys for projecting pans and putty. Tho noso of this lish is a sort of beak, through which It has tho power of propelling n drop of water with force enough to bring down a fly. Its aim is verj accurate, nnd it rarely missos its object. The unsuspecting victim sits on a weod or tuft of grass near tho water; tho fish cautiously apj roae io, stealthily projects Its tubo from tho water, takes a sure a m. and lots My, when down drupt the in- lisli dobt dntes bai k to the wars aga nst s ct. to ue swallowed by it captor. Napoleon, early in the century, but within tho ilfty years of Vic to rut's rolgn tho AGRICULTURAL AIDS. paid has bjen one hundred and nfty psr cent, of tho prlncip '. Tiis wheat growth of the United An African traveler u. a letter to a Lon- is fur in excess of that of any otherStates coundon papor dosenbos a very singular wator-lotry, yet it is estimated th'at tho average tlmt frequent tho streams in that acreage for the wholo country Is but country. "It was about the size of a duck twelve bu.shols. with black, lustrous plumnge, anl on the Tiiu'B who find pleasure In carl g fcr wings a fow light yellow feather-,- . Tho that neck was very long an! thin, oud eni-- l in sheep may care to hear food lienn straw is of n loug, pointed b?ulr, at tho edge of which an cxc'llont nitlcle to leave for tin m and scon good buy and thoro wero two rows of sharp teeth. At tl.cy havo bacu .t no lioad was visible and tho neck vegetables for and suemed to rogard it Jirst as a dainty diet. appeared only to end in a benx. The whole It Is said by veterinarians thnt deep iir-n- i body of the bird a under water while or blistering is the best treatment for swimming; only tho long neck was seen. ringbone, notwithstanding tho resulting If It was frightened it disappeared un ler the water, or Hew rapidly blemish. 'JuKe mercurial ointment, foui ounces; powdered canthandes, half an I was Away. Another porn' rthat when the bird had ku the water it ounce; lOscuury, two drahtus. Mix thorUay .down on a lush with outstretched oughly and apply. Iv sowing grass seed cur should bo exivlngs to cot dry " orcised to get it under the null. Sowing ".The "Sultan, Abu. H.imul, I thlrtv-:igh- t fresh years old, about tho medium height", with Oil aagootl soil behind n seeder or hnrrnumethod, If u rain-stordoes not ilark hair nnd eyes, swarthy complexion, is follow anil wauli It prominent nose and s'euder flgura The by compacting tho out Ono night's rain, soil, has known iloner part of hi face is covered by a full, to cause a loss I almost an been Held. entire black board. Ho is not handsome, but has Inn gooseberry bushes do best when an intelligent expression. Ho is progressive for nTutk, and wishes to intro- they are well trimmed. They mako very Is duce some of tho useful inventions that rank growth. It andthe fmlt that does best if ttio mildew docs not are known in moro civilized countries, but in paitlal shade, attack It a crop may In tWstio 1 opposed bv his ministers. At 1 hey aro not grown always bo looked for. extonslvoly for sale, prosont thoro are not rivo hundred miles every farm or garden should havo a Of railroad in the whole of Turkey. He is but contemplating a line from Constantinople spacj devoted to them. Whev sheeparc shoarcd tho tides which to the Persian Gulf, lu order to bring to Constantinople tho rich products of the Infest thorn loavo and go upon tho Iambs, ralloys ot tho Tigris and Euphrates, as being averse to tho light to which they aro 'well as the valuable commerce of tho East subjected by tho removal of tho wool. To Indies, thus making h s capital tho great relievo tho Iambs from theso injurious rests dip In a decoction of tobacco and suldl.striuuj.tg timer of Europe and Aula. Ti?i. followln g InterJstlng statistics of phur, ono pound of tho former and four of gallon of boiling water. The population of Loudon are given tho latter in a ma rec nit dato : It Is lambs aro dipped lu this liquid when it Ls m an English paper of a cooled. computed that tho Incomo of the London A rAiiAOiiini from an exchango says: Jews Is nearly 5,000,000 per annum. Tho "Peach trees growing near the houso lowest estimate Is 3,3)3,43), which gives whero dish and wash-wataro thrown The S2?i por bond for 47,000 porsotn. loug-llvcfroo from worms, disIncomo of tho native population of out uro can bo had from this, ease, etc. A tho United Kingdom is only A'33. so that showing that hint and ulkali are whit salt are two and a half times richer tho Jews A small growor that gives than tho gentiles. It is estimated that 100 had antlio result"cloio by tho houso that orchard families In London have a yearly was Jewish kept lu a romarkably healthy nnd incomo of over lO.O' 0, 1.40) families an in thrifty through tho application como of ovor 1,000 uad SK) an Incomo ot ot ashescondition tho fuel consumed, from and over 500. Men with lucomes ot ovor wush-watewhich for a yoar aro twenty times as numerous finally succumbed somo tlmo, but of disto tho influence .among Jews as annr.g our own people; ease. bo n happy day for the more It men with ovor 1,00. a yoar aro nearly northern will some perfectly efStates bovoutcen times as numerous, aud pooplo fectual remedy when be found for tin can TjV 3Mr'r a nuaur-0Upit cv?r Mseaso of tho peach. . . A Geouoia black-skinnee e milk-gland- s. o v nlto-ffoth- er mi-1,- J-er 20,-0r, Tun Russian Government is about to havo n series of ppMines laid down for tho conveyance of petroleum over the e miles Suram Pass, ndlttam-- of th d over the At prosont tho oil U each, pass In short trains of six tank-car- s with two engines to each train. Upon the tno oil will be completion of the pipe-linepumped from reservoirs at Michalovn, on 'tho Tltlls sldo of the Pass, directly into slmllnr reservoirs at Kirrill, on the llatum side. Stkeetcau travel In Mexico is at best a sourco of loar or annovanco to those of timid or sonsative dispositions, owing to tho oppressive attentions of armed guards, several of which usually accompany each car, and tho queer system of collecting fares, which necessitate-- , the services of two conductors on each car, one to sell the tickets and tho other to collect thorn. Instead of running at Intervals, the cas are run in group of three and Mir, about half an hour apart. Somb of the customs of the Comorn Islands, in tho Mozambique channel, are very d singular. Tho natives are Mohammedans, are clean in habit and strictly teir.;orate. After marriage girls on the streets and can aro not allow., Poor men 800 no one save the vubunds are allowed but one ' ' while the rich may have four, lu extremity a mun may sell a h ilf interest in his wife at a stated price. None but tin consul can have any liquoron hia promises, any one elso being subject to a heavy penalty. It Is said there nrono missionaries on thee islands. A law In force In AustrU Is the levying of a tax of four cents upon nil persons found entering or leaving tie house after ten o'clock at night, luus, when going out calling you are cotnnellcl to put your hand in your pocket at every door, whether entering or loaving. This law occasions somo singular custom, sjchns the closing of theaters beforo tho hour of ten, resorts aro emptied and tho trains ar crowded as tho last moment of zruce arrives. This tax Is called the iier'jt'l, and such is tho force of habit thnt people will frequently depart in tho midst of an entertainment rather than incur thu tax. O.vr. of tho chief employments of the pooplo of Makua in the eastern part of Africa is the smelting and working of iron, tho ore of which is procured from the hills of Ctilgn. The manner of working Is very primitive. A charcoal furnace is blown to a whito heat by four separate blowers, worked by hand, consisting of skins of small deer, Into each of which is bound a retort made of clay, the mouth leading into tho tire The anvil Is a slab of granite; the hammer a heavy club of stoue, slung with liber cord let into grooves at its side. Hoe, knives and axes aro thus made at very cheap raUs. Dtruixo tho nfty years of Queen Victoria's reign the English national debt lias been reduced six por cont. This is trilling compared with cur reduction of snore than that rate per year, and the English nationul debt is now much larger than our own. Its holders hope that the debt will never be paid, tu on English consols, tho intotest, although only three per cont., is more .mportant than the nrin- o rtv-flvtran-porto- the co of tho pale to tho burning sun of the fquator. A mile down the water has a pressure of over a ton to the square Inch. Orr the north shore of Lake Superior is a curious inland known as the "Flower Pot." It is a mammoth rock rising from the lake, full of dangerous crevices in which several persons are said to have been lost. The Island has nn abundance ot wild game, but such are tho dangers attendant upon its capture that none savo an occasional Indian ventures In moss-covored pursuit tii3 cow feed. While malted grain bonetlcially used In imrt It must bo saii of distillery swill, that It is destructive of the health an condition of cattle, nnd in u majority of casus productive of a tuberculous disenso of the lungs, mid renders the milk poor and worthless. Hri'nnT says that In Germany potash is made from an acid produced by tho combustion of wood while burning into charcoal. Hy means of wide tubes of plate-iroor copper, the acid and oil. which would otherwise be dissipated in tho air, are collected; the watery acid part being then separated from the other, is evaporated to dryness, and the residuum by calcination affords an ash extremely rich in alkali. The manufacture of solid carhonic acid iras hits beconn an establish.' I Industry in Hrlin. Tho gas is generated by the action of acid on marble. Is then subjected to enormous pressure at low temjierature wH-rebit Is olidllled, and is then pressed Into molds A cvllnder of this solidified f gas one and inches in diameter and two inches long will last for upwards of live hours before disappearing once moro ns n gns Fkom an account in the JowelersVoriif, It is learned that an alloy faithfully resembling gold can be made wilh sixteen parts of copper, one part zinc, and seven parts platinum The copper and platinum aro coverod first with boroxnnd then with powdorod charcoal and mold, then the zinc is nddod, and the alloy thus produced exceedingly malleable, nnd can bo drawn out into tho finest wire, and never tarnishes. A new process of distilling turpentine recorded In a journal of sconce, is being practiced in the Scuth. The pine wool ls placod In Iron retorts charged with super-boate- d steam and fired with wood from beneath. In six hours time crude luren-tin- e and tar are d.stillod, fiom which gns, evolved In the op'ration, separates itself. The turpentine Mows into u bath whero It is refined and the tar is discharged in another direction Ip women nre more oasilv frightened than men, it is as easy to attribute it to a moro sensitive orgamzat. on us to any other cause. Poets and musicians ire n t as cool and collocled in the presence of danger as firemen, nor white men as the American Indians. Many people cousuter that tho delicately balanced nervous organization of tho horse Indicates as high a degree of development as ls to be found tn more phlegmatic and varieties of ammals. Av Instance of what mav bo accomplished by enorgy and perseverance is given In a Southern paper. A man out of employment conceived the idea of making Ho started in with a very meager supply of implements and mado ono and sold it. Ho kept on making nnd selling them until people began to notice them anl Inquire for them. After a few years of close attention to husiuoas, he came to bo at the head of an establishment with elaborate machinory, and supporting one hundred and fifty persons. At ii recent meeting of the School of Military Knglncorlng. Chatham, Eug.. elaborate oiorlnie!its witn "robunte," the new explosive, tho invention of I)r Carl Roth, a German chomlst, were made, developing the superiority of the art cle for blasting In mines. It is compose! of that uro iucxplosiio separately, and that may be transported with perfect safety m any manner. These may bo mixed nnd ground up in nny kind of mill, nnd neither friction, percussion nor heat will produce nn explosion, to accomplish which a detonator charge J with fulminate of nnrcury is necessiry In nddition to its harmless propert.es "loburito" is nonproductive of noxious gases or II ime and will not Ignite wh le being more powerful than In regard to tho cause of consumption, ii writor in bcioiet says: The experimental together with the clinical study of tuberculosis 1ih established tho v ew that there are thtco factors in its causation First, tho presence of the parasite, the tubercle-brcillus. as a pathogenic element. This factor Is noccssarv for the production of the disease. Second, heredity figures ns a prominent element in about thirty per cent, of tho cases ordinarily met with. Third, nnd debilitating agents, such ns foul air. sedentary occupations, violations of the laws of health, and diseases, have a pow erful effect, by impairing tho nutrition, in developing tho disease. Heredity and lowered vitality can not of themselves produce tuboreulosls, but clinically they piny an Important rolo as factors, by rendering tho Individual moro vulnorablo to bacillnry Influonce. When wo wondor at the rapidity with cvhich spoil out their words on tholr fingors, says Xeiemv, wo aro apt to feel that this Invention has really diminished tho disadvantages of this class of porsons almost to a minimum. Thut such is not tho case is vividly suggcstol by tho statistics which a teacher of tho doaf-mut- c has had tho patience to gather. Ho has counted the tiveruge number of words which a pupil lu his school wroto or spelled on tho llng.-r-s per day, and finds It to bo I, US; tho teacher similarly employs 210, but uses signs equivalent to s()l words daily. It has been estimated that a mother talks '.7,000 words to her child in a day. Making clue allowance for tho habit bf forming only parts ol sentences which the s cultivate, aud also for tho of tho (which hearing people really also use in the form of an expresslonr.l accompaniment), the of tho comparative ineiigei-iiescotivorsatl"ii, up tlowness with which his mental f. nl i ar be brought to L.u:, ... ,.a:w .v.MwUU may Iw 1 one-halthick-skmuebaby-swingsul-stnnclliv-diuugun-cotto- n deaf-mutes deaf-mutesign-languas deaf-muto's 1 f'UWUfifr Absolutely Pure A iimrrtdol purll), "Moro economic! J4u ana can uui u loan ine ordinary kidui, tow toil .ihors couirwtlton with the uiuHllt-Jeo- f KolJotilj to weight alum or nhotpbat powJort. Uorat. Baii.no I'owDna C. rani. BAK?ara.nr. Tlilit powder coTtr rtrics. ttrotijth nJ wholoeoii)oiio,i. FUliNlTURE STOKE MACK JIVFFJIA isras'w- ! JLroiritm 1M Wall (Street. New York LOUIS SCIiLlWEl', lIIOTOGRlIIK, ititimoMi Ml i ( $JLf i KrmiKi.. Photographs in all styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink Crayon and Water Colors. N Prlcei. Jv..am tranei aal Mi'sjat Tetjr W0l-Jy low Livery, Training, AUD Feed,! ! SALE STABLE IUtIeu rental the ttabl on Pep.)t itrwt, f am ttiru ami I'mliTlaUer'M rrrparcJ to train and break horx on reaiooatle KOOiIh ciui lit IiiiiikIiI In the turns. Countr Court dar trali tollelud .IOHXIt.V.tnrK.TKH, itlll ho coiiiliiceil tlutl I hcII 0J-eiiuluul. Kj 11 111 nlunjM Iniyo ni IiimiiI u luruo ami M'lrot line of I'lirnl. 51) prlcce trill liu iih loir nn mivli cltif. JiU) nil" ii iriitl mill u ml. louor limn thu IoiicmI. JACKSON JlOUttli;, LONDON, KV. F.B.IULEY, Proprietor. i'arc llirniiBtioMt flrsl-clinnd ronsonnlilc irli-i- . Iny mist iilltU tnliiM nre met by polllp l'orlom of llili p TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. -4EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS Aarlculturnl and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study t- -- Tlioroiislily KriioinlPiI mill Itefiir-iilstt- nl -Ta - term JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.. LEXINGTON. KY. proivrrrs urernrn ritrr urn itiov. oi vrv SEPT. 14 1887 For CAT ALOOUE and Cher nf.rrrat ;n ajdrcit beni liopiilnr llnil'P. 2i"Vin. I WILLIS HOUSE. MUX ST, IIICIDIO.MI Kt iKora good Table Ac J clean acd well farnlitied roouit, tM Ho ba no iuirl'r. (tool mtuple roitni attached. 2ut-J.'OOixirdajr , lr J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor. e wwm MOTHER Uow?:rt Kows & 2lsslsslp;l Valloj C: BY DAYLICHT the CANONS ol NEW RIVER and icon ths LIEGHNIES and the BLUE RI0CE. palling WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Rliorti ol the Alleghany Mountains. In Virginia , Through THE SOMERSET FAIR ht rlt 1 ! FIMZST SUSIKZ3 CLIMATE III AMSSi:A. .Hie solr. to the fiont This popular entetprlie it a oneamouit Ibe tcrjr beat i", i Ustni SKlThMIIMl JilTIl Tlielrnext ineHln amlCOnriNUry I t).Yi. In (uUlllon to trot-ti- n they otl.-- St i"0 In pretLluiu purses luces crirj- - day, horo callM at I ii oier the finest l M.anJ started promptly ai The minanement balf mile track in tho Mtte spared nopilns orexpetne to make tue haro all others Cheap ra'ii f on all thu Kallrnals lor both man ami beast eribcdylnYliMi. St' jer lit Obtenatlon Cars from Kaniohi falls to Charlottes BreaVlatt to Supper) Irom April lit to Decern ONLY T S as SOLID Si ggg r--i TRAINS l'h PLLLVAN 4 CARS - r i. -- ill. la ;i.u.. ,.a t,, i,- .. 1 .S". .'. llHOXn.Scrrrtnvv A: r Connecti In EASYlli ..1 bo on ! i..s sin 1 FOR SALE! I.,AVI. STOCK I will on tho prerul-e- s to the highest bidder, oi CHOI J f jr N-- L ft f w i . ulha before conflccme&t. T M Tiirn," cu ,i 1 fr -- iaa u I a ph Ga, '-- lima depot In Withlngton !c rncnrici Kr.niT Atit.ta, I. sell at publl audiou 3ALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, Direct route to B N.ITUUD.IY. AUO. 30TII, ISS7, The following pioperty WellltuprOToi tUo dirt roid between Slanford A I)anillln i'.ush Hranch pike. 25 Acres otgood Corn. 8 head of Horses and Mulf -- 0 fattlp. a lot of Ilo,ji Drill, Hakes nd Wauooiaiiil other Faro iox 1m- plcmenta, HomelioM anil iviirnen i ur.imiru. W-- t NEW YORK. iJlni'-Min- b " . w.I uiMtiK. N'ew I)wlllnir and out watert-- 1 and Umll- t- from Stanford, tn tho LYNCHOURC, DANVILLE, And all points In Unite' ' VIRGINIA -E- and " NORTH CAROLINA. XCURSION I.V TICKETS IN SEASON- .'t ; . p p 1. Shortcut ana QutrSM. ?..... ,'i ,.u '' tral KontaoNj to ill Pnlun H irtb, Eist, Wftjt ftod Soc'fcu'fsi. ' -- Hue Bei .i. -- - il j. r. i..ixn. lUkTt i.x b .n ji 1 Dai'r IiKXI.TO rh- tin.MhNtn o vUJJJJI -- rt lOUISVIllt imamiui NtwAlBAKYi ChICACORtXDOTH fy .vtfSFFvTTTZa I, re - A NEW FAST MAILi -LKAMNO " Cliarlott.Tllli V )l Iul " Hlchiiion I " Jlewpart New . . .. "Old Point ruiufjri .... ' Norfolk " U'sshliutoii " KaltlMHre " PnlUlAlplili " New York . Kor White l.u trl Jiiut' i. M n r M' - i fi ID 1 o i ) ; it p in p hi W in K a in l in a in JO p HI Tlimiisb tlik.is tnJ ih cii.'ttKl m -'l destination b r'llro.d. Kor lull parti u ari mil on any e'iit o' rompeny.or B V. II. MDIIIK, li. .l "n l'AM Vrf Pim , A-.i , nt ,t , II tO pit. 9 3 ii : 1 1 ili P ill 2i p lu (A a ii. jn a m , 1!piu V) p JH a SI p m tw p in : 10 p m IJH.L .VTlu,,""' K JIl'MlMiriN-IU.n-r- f !in-tiu- . feiMMl uiflcrs. r.nlni..H Kr i. LOI'ISVILLE A CIXCIXXAT1 Dally, aecurea to trarelers i'MYBRiSrJOT at iply Ticket ollire ur iMrm. vi i.i.i:k. Kit n, v.f. hii Piesldent. ii. Ocn'l Pai'r At' U Vlr Tl(els, Pairs lufjriiMt'on, ft THE MOST RAPID SERVIGE Ever attempted between the great commercial rlt-leo- n tbeOblilllTer and (hlrtttlo, and henc the fastest tims and moat comfortable Iralna between all polnta In IheHoitth, or to the II eat aud Xorth treat. Tho counterpart of tbli train .imlf on all trunk line Ii denominated Kjevreim. The superb rolllnij stock wo emptor RUea patrons Untlmltfit Comfprtm -At all Couion Ticket Olllcea In tho South you will find our tlmo tables and tickets. Cay 31 jet Jloimil and slick to Slanott, If r.kliiiund, t. Louis lie Kr E. STANrORD, H. BDllN8IIii( ll l'ropr - X OraiKl C'onibliiatioii THE INTERIOR JOURNAL And the l.oulsTllle Thin Old und Woli - Known Hotel Still Maintninct its High Reputation, AMD ol Tfl Weekly Courier- - Journal Iti One year for only Vli two pilars for little mom tnau tbe price of one. you wanttosaTO uoiiey and bare a pleajanl Jour-h. O. MrLUIIMILK., Oeneral Passenger Aijent. Cnicao. . City Ticket Acents and Oflcors! By paying ui SI ynu will rev Iti- - ijr ouo yeai E. A. liftKWKB, K7 4th Atc., Uulirllle. Kr. your uoiuh paper with thx the 1W Vine at., Cincinnati, O representative newspaM-I. M: ToaaKNfK, oi the siuth, dtuiucrat-l- c - only, and tbn best, and for trltt for riTiinbrlKbtettand ablest taiully wrekfy lu the United Htates. Ibosfl who d,tr lo tiauiiDe t sauipli do Jt this orhca WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, copy of th n, Cimrltr-Jouroal, r Courlor-tniiriniica- ii Proprietor it Determined tttsr it Shall be tieoond to no CountrT Hotel in th State in iti Faro. Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti BTANKOKD. KY. Baggage will be comeyed to and I rum ( e neeof charge, Hpeelal atfommodatl to tommercial Traielers. The liar -- III alwayi supplied with the cholraas braadsof Llqaorsaad Cigars o- - WALTON BROS. - - Proprioto site uf dtage, 20x50 KUht comclete )ts ol ery. Soatinx rapacity, incluJIni gijlory to atuacllotc rater a C3 Nit aiV .Tur. IUY9.i Jl JvauKrat.41 TO la Ul V CftJitfltrlomr.. ini i Wrjeolbyth, Clnclnnttl.lHBI Hym "Tlfln-, ,.ins If 'i iaurrh-. an t. VI el lva till ,(,,) a every i.t it un tu, tn .4tuU ti a irl i 'Vltrii ' if, HWKOBOW tiKE P UUVVUA.I, ol rcj. L Alcitt A Mel, II.I..B S. Soil' M.r yDru-ii- i, r Ii." BTAlsfOUD, EY. . I fflceaoutn side w ibe Myers Hotel ruro fiiiriim i;i,u , aauiiuie'-uquiifca. . DKNTlil , . (i0xt a was t III