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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887081201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOL. XVI. I'tibllnheil TnmilauM anil Frltlav -- 4T 0) Ml $iitetio mist i 4-- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1887. Ml, VERNON, ROCKCASJLECOUNTY. NO. 254. The rata are eatinu up the growing John corn in and nrouud town. A very large crgp of reported throughout the mountains. IJcsio, n little Fallen and ! mm m marn t TlT!"I51 m rim rfr Arfi 5a PJBKANNUMiCAHil. Itjbecc l'r.ncfeco daughter of at Oum Hul died of ix ex p'ur TuesiUy. I will dellvsr to regular cui'inurs In tjtanlord understood If w. credit thalU.SO wllll.o and viclultr everv morning at Peeled and demanded. The rock ijuarry at Wildio is ehipplng Is a triiMer. lx ciri ol stone per 1I.17 for Ilia new Cm-One Cent Per I'ount!. The re'idence of J.iuiei II. Farris, who DAXV1LI.E, KY. n n i bridge. Accounts due at tba closo of each month or W. P. WALTON- live' near Camp Dick, wa destroyed by wben customer quits. firkin Kuhon wis taken in by a I' H Has removed 3 ti la eWait now building oppofire Wednesday. He eaved very little o it i:. n, i it it oir. site the mt th anlt better than eier prepir-emarshal in the northern pnt of this county he furniture 3iniiioUto the public with Una pli turei loan CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY, on the chargu of llcjuor sulling, and wa Cip'. T A. K kin has just returned from I'hotorapbi to IKdsizi. .Sill'lactl u guar-leoXIKIaTaTNENITl'. lodged in the It.chmoud jiil Mm. Tarrant will open n lionn!inir from Lsxington. where he bought the horse We are told that the knight of Ubor I am dally opening an elegant line of nrlng and Mohonl (or yotini: lailiiM nl tit the 11 of Oj. Arthur Sim, the line stallion which made Hummer Millinery, including all are Ihii.king of College. lli election in LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. nn Luirn'er ntrtr'. tobrr in her houm tiitmaou at Mip!e this year. Price paid the legislative race between Ward and The Latent Novelties of the Season. Little Jiinei lloliuin U ery ill with 51.500. Wha ! not hoi? AI.KX.S. IMXTOX, I'KIS. Webb, claiming tint Ward I nnd was a malarial fever. Hi M.ler, Mim Katie, ( Sam Miller has sold hi Shetland pony, Crop lire uflring extremely fur rain. Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collars cit je.'ii of L'tioln c)iiniy and nut elligi-l.land Cuffs, Kuchlng, Corsets, Bustle, etc. You Next SesMOti wl liejln on tiiir pick, loo, ami hni hern for ometimr. Horn, on the 5th inst , to the wife of ' ritwillnw," to Dr. White of Memphis, for will find rao at tho rooms lately vacated by Biul-le- y unusually if"j tliip -- Crnli Orclmnl i $100 .1 Warren, next door to tho Myers llouso. Tnis i the second one he has gold Mr. Oeorge Sauibrooks, of Livingston, ( I). Jackson, h fir). Thursday, the 1st of September lGMm liATC OliniHUtAIt. for that money. Ha sliil has the dam of etiuiintir ami we will eiiltire tu pay that it who wa taken to Lauisvllle of Wats God, at PitUburg, A little son lust week to Instruction thorough, and dliclpblio kind, but WM. AYKK1. Iim had more prit'T vlaitir tlmn Miy town both ponie'. JAS U. f.IVK S, of llux. died illuming the doctor, was brought tiume Monday arrangII t (Iraluates on lour dill rent our Notary Public. in the county. Hnry Johnson, alias Brooks, who is ed in. stilt tbe tastes ami capacities of girla Oilers Jtimeti Dee wis kicked by a horse a to night in n much worse condition, itud it is in tbn accused of stealing a lot of tool The ruin lul FriiUr nljrht kept many Mr. special attrae Ions catalogue.DenutJionts ol Art fand from 2"J.-tMusk, tend for thought that hu r.auuot live through the day or so ao nnd bully hurt. ofoiirynimn people from nMeniHui; the tek. The official count in Liurol giiefl Gentry at Mt. Vernon, wa arrested here by AT I over hi bill at Dripping SpriiiKt. The Crab Orrepublican Marshal Itobert Hamilton Tuesday. JohnA telegram from Marshal II imtlt.in, a1 Webb a majority of 311 Fifth .Street, son had disponed of the tools to sundry par bind fitrnixhrtl the tuimic for chard ftrinc majoriI.nncssli r, Tuesday, say he ha captured competitor, Sim Ward - IOUIf)VIJ-,XI3- , tie in town and wa leaving the city when ICY. the occanion. ty was 505. To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: hap luen tele the man Johnson who broke into and (IM-lyRooms 3 and .1. t'romle Block. Mr. S It. Kennixly, who Mr. nnd Mr'. W. A. VitAtj have gone arreted. He was taken to Mt. Vernon It ii said Ibe shop here I isl wesk Having recently equipped a fine Holler Mill In Kraph operator at l'irl. Tenneee, In counties. yesterday by the marshal. Iho town ol Htanfirl ttat wa defy any Mill to the same man robbed a shop M Crab Oc on a tour through the eastern PEARSON & CLARK, W. II. Harris went to Cynthiana Tue-da- y equal Inqutllty of ilour, we think the citizens ol none to Hi. Louip to accept a letter potiition Deput) S.iuritl lljbbitt, ol Pulaski county, the county should bare ounty pride e'otigb to chitrd Saturday night. Vo wlsli to into take a position a operator there. patroDlzo and sustain the same Mr. Sun' imny frlen.U in hi olil home Vtot J. M. was here the first of the week. Messrs. A. it Dvcht', of the Ivrkn, and form whom it may concern that we are In the will In pliM-- e I n heir of hi k'oo. fortune (rjin a trip to Cincin- Jennie, the beautiful little daughter of Mr, market to buy your wheat and corn and will alK ('. Walton, of your paper, tre mixing, Clagett ha returned O T Wallace, of Point Leavell, is very ill ways giro the highest market price lor same. We K Smith pirty Ut Friday Mr. nati. Hi wife and child are still in the I are sJilid some new machinery to our coru meal LEXINGTON, KY. eger. Those with our (wple Mapday and Tuesday in night to her liltls neic, M ! to suit and can now make city. Dr. 1'. M Hill and little ion, Man of inllimmation o' the bowel'. Mrs. Arch department cannot bo (quatcd bymeal other Millany any In 12 Irson It refreshment were the interest of their respective ptpeis. HI te 11 AVc-H-t Walker lie very ill at her residenci near this Tlc'nlty Wo soli it a trial In our Ibur and INIulii fcstroot. who were preent eay the already ohe'tcr, arc in tuwn. J, H. J.ick'on, J, addeti uiure than l0 name to hi lino Point Leavell. Jesse Doty, wife and one of meal department. All baring grain In ouragent delightful and Iho efenintf moil pleeanl W Joiic. A L. it ild nnd T. J. Cmilax, of lor sale will please call at Mill, where our large list of sub'cnbirs. the one in erery reptct. Mr Jel Cooper, of Vernon in hi children are all iiik with the fever at can be found at all times, who will giro alwaysbesi F.lated at their nicctsi and Mlipoi'(l this city, attended wiirt at Ml. In pilccs lor same, liiard aid ship sluil' ! of her pir City. Mo., i t tin k'iiel Knn Urattsvi ".Smiling Dive" Jack the Mtillin cue. stock II . .V. I'OTIS, Sllli't. Stanford Itollfr Mill Co. 261 tf Mm. C A. Kuld. Mim Alice gain In the gdlierna'orial and legislative son nnd he'ter half City Notes The Court House bell is ent. Mr aud le't rue lay morning The New Kercnuo Law adds six per cent, to li juring and Wurtl hi Rt ne to It chuiond to attend the rtre, the republicans ale now all Taxes unpiid by tbe first day of September for nn extended trip Inrjiwh the Licking, cracked and jar upon the nerve of our cit. organ'! ng, expecting to elect a Congress-mand I will have to collect It. So pleasd coma for! fair Mo Mr; HronMmb, cf NichoU izsns, who hava been wont to glory in its Notice of ward anil Ktt'e, They BigSmdy. Kintucy an J Cjmbrland rivfrom this district next year T. I). XEirrjAM), 8. L. C. ville, i fUllini: Mr. It II ISronaiiith Col Uncle Peter Felton is out melodious notes. Itev. J. A. Munday con by 500 er countic. John II. Fih,of P.netille, wa in town will attempt to carry this county tinuc to draw large crowds, Logan A Notice is hereby given that tbo undersigned again fioui a painful illness. M J. Con-niSmliy, ininlin wi ti the fair ex. Mr msj'jrily May be they miy snd may le suction foreman, is just out after .a se- Sandifer will soon be ready to fire tl.eir haro lormed a corporation and hare recorded the brick kiln. The bog law is expended for articles thereof 1m tbe clerk's offica of tbo Lincoln ItboiU I lutein and Mi Jletlie, of Green they mayn't. of poeiluionis Court, pursuant to Chapter 50, (ien. StatMT. VERNON, KY. The negro oonrict, Henry Smith, who vere attack Mr Ueoru KliU' wood, nre the ueu o' the present. I have just learned that Dr. County Kentucky. utes of guard, Hill, in ltd BRODHLAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Morgan, who bought the patent stove heatIimtevlof Ml" Hiker, It I i.ury IUrkley, shot and killed tlii n I, Th namo of thn Corporation is tin "CumThis old and Hotel la still mainlUlle county three year ago, will not be tnud at of Jeiuiine, who i tUillntf Mi taining lta fine reputation. Charges reasonable Many of business men are ordinng er, which used water and oil an fuel, waa vic- berland Valley Land Company." this turut of court on account of hi term II. Tbo general nature of tn business Is to buy Special attontlon to the traveling public. LWititf-toM' Jul Ktiw nl tim zed, as the party selling the same, had coal for winter use. and sell lands in Harlan and liell counties, Ky , XEirCOJIIt, Pro'r, JI. of Kini?ton, am at licking 1 day of baing out in the peni Mi Helen Cne'tuut, Mt. Vernon, Ky. The diy weather and scarcity of water no right to dispose of it. They are at work to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. A bench warrant will he sent to Mr h W tentiary tending tho Harrodstiur,' fur again at the Lancaster Mills boring for III. Its principal place of busluots Is Stanford. K. S. UAkTIN. ha forced some ofoiir cttizin to nig cisJNO. M. TKBK1NS. r Kmhh's detention on the ex Cotton, of Middlehuri; paid C. O. a tlymc Frankfort water The hole is 90 feet, and no water Kentucky. BnoniiKiD, Kv., May, 1837. tern. Mr. John Perkins take the lead. W. T. S eph piratiou ol his present sentence. IV. The capital Hock Is fixed at S130 ,0C0, with tisil Sunday. Mr mid Mr.. Albright A Martin bej to Inform their many The fourth Urui of Brodhead Academy to amount to anything yet. Judge Hughes privilege to begin on 310,000. L'ich share Is S100, 0 ir stock is now full and oomplie. A friends and customers oi be change In firm name eion are iitln rehliye In Mercei. Mr. splendid line of clothing; dry good in will open Sept iili, under the supervision has been quite busy in court this week, to be paid in money. to nod Mr. W. H HikkIih, of Stanford, upetit V. Tho Corporation shall legln business on the Trustee, patrons His decission are very fair, and he deliv3IAKTIN at PEltKIXS. abundanre. lljots and hots, hat and caps, of Mi Alma Carson. n in a very impressible man 23th day ol July, 18S7, and continue 25 years. aireral dafp in Ihaotimry within pir-eand friend are cordially invited to visit er hi opinion firm bop8 not only to sustain the repThe Hardware and a verv larire aTrtment, VI. The altalrs of the Corporation are to be con- utationnow theold, but Intends to make many ImMr. W. M Hitricin.. . Mr. nnd tier. of by altiard of seven Directors, from which provements in the manufacture ol tobacco which farming the school. ducted table cutler; harne and saddlery; Mr. A K. Delloll, of Somerset, and The Lexington Fair Association, the best a President, Secretary and Treasurer aVe to be will )i) to tbe Interest ol our customers. Wo will A curious and interesting relic of Indian Implement, etc The largest and best lot our Natural Leaf brands are association of its kind in America, will elected. The incorporators shall compose the devote spec al attrntlon to Thanking you for past barbarism w.ii reccWed atlhe war tlepiri-men- t of notions in town. In fact anything wint Miss Jennie Payne, of Crab of Kentucky's best leaf of hold its regular annual meeting of five days first board, and the election thereafter to le held faors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, Melvin, few day f:i. It cnnited of a rd in the mercantile line. We desire vi'iting friend here George village thi wo remain, ltectfully jour, on the third Wednesday ol July annually. Oiglnally the trade o' the teichers. Ctne and see Lily, made a lling visit to our beginning Tuesday, August 30. The cata. VKHKIXS. r.SOm JIAItTIA necklace n' hum in I'iikcm. VII. The Corporation shall incur no debt great-tha- n pent loistie is be'ore ui; the programme is excelC. A Bridge, of Lebanon, of Its piiiJ up stock. there were eleven t'ngem slruoc tn.'-ih- er Wh will make it to your advantage. week. U'. VIII. The private propeily of stockholders Sunday with friend here. Mr Lizrie But-nlent. For years this association has pros after the manner of neckUce of bear' F L Tnomp'on A Ilro. 2 i nn the eick Eliza Jone pt red and its success is in the main due to shall be exempt Irjtu corporate debts and liabililist. Mi DIt.I.S.IlUllDETT, cUw, but three hml been lot The Ri"t Mr. Frank Harris, train dispatcher at ties. ly adornment win ciplured in an alLck on Rowland, was nut on the line Tue'day and Miss Lucy Newcomb are very low with the enterprising and safe men always at the IX. The Corporation shall possess all tbe powOCULIST. head of affairs, for no better men live in the ers prescribed In Cha.iter 56, Uen9ral Btatutea of the Northern Cheteunes in 1S70 and ech making monthly inspection. He informed consumption. BRODHEAD, KV. Stale than its officers and directors. The Kentucky. firger reprented a life taken by the own- u that he vojld si ortly leave to take the The Om, Om) Stoiiy Told Again. HOBT. BOYD, W.O. WKLCJI, Has bad nu experience ot over fifteen yens, and er, the bin medicine unn of the tribe The pasiiiou of master of trains en the St. Louis My lover came down to the garden gate, coming meeting promises to be tbe best in VINCENT BOKKINH, JOHN DENNETT, has surresfiilly treated hundrels of cases Spehy opening the I its history, surpassing the many brilliant GHHUiEMcALtbTLK, tinEer had been preferred W. V WALTON, of the L A.N. All of the em and he whimpered ro soft to me (0 well cial attention Is given to the treatment of all disdivision eases of theejea. Name and address ot patients 219-at ploree regret to give him up. He has remember, the hour wa late, and we stood events in past yearn Maj3r P. P. Johnston, J. S. HO.'KEll. akin, removing tbo bone, crpln cured given ou application l( desired. all the tlU". and fatty aiibaanca. replac been on iho road so long with them end he-i- by the chestnut tree; and he gathered me our ex Senator, is President of the Nn In I u''j'cin th and Col.Thoma L. Martin, eo:re inz the b.ine an a mm who give justice to all, it i not up in bis arms so strong, and hi eyes were eomu tannine proce. The necklac was lo be wnndeiel at that be leave so many alight with lovt; and little we cared for the tary, which is sufficient to recommend it to teit to Weil I unt by Cip'. Iburke, who i rr behind, wio would bd glad to nightingale's song, in the limb cf the tree pub'ic favor. Our farmer friends should CHICKEN nor eni;ieil in prepiriiu fume hi'ioriril sre htm snected a well in his new position hIiovi') Hi voice wh as soft as a golden remember that it is not quite three weeks relating to iho Iidian. It wa a mitler lyre, as he whisprred hia thoughts to me, distant and that now is the time to begin he Inn in hi old one. Louisville & Nashville R. R. Cure ! briuht from Vet I'oint to Waihintnn in Simuel Brown he returned lo hi and hi ev were rilled with heroic Ore, getting stock in god condition for exhibiTUB HBKAT order that it may he roproduced 111 paper work in Liuiiville, after two week' sick that was grand fcr a maid to see. And tion. The Floral Hall, which has always macbe at the Haiitltrnian Intlilute. The nes Mr. 9 W. I'irri ia at Hustonville. what were the words that my lover said, as been a leading feature, attracting thousands THROUGH TKUNK ecifiri'ta of that in Itution re quilw en Mr AUx Luk walked !I.i milea on elec- we stood by the gate alone? O how gently from every section of the country, will be 10 TI1K thuialic oter it. remrdin il a a preen IP tion day In vote. Mis Bridie Denion, of hu lifltd my drooping bead, and he said in open on the first day, and no admission of the I epeciuien of the birbirnu habit J W Hint, hi miiily tone-- (0 I seui to stand by the will be charged to ladles or childien under L bkiiun, i at J. W. Brown'e -- TY1TH ilian'. who are n iw fast di)penrinie Wer of the Stanford Mill, wjs here Tuesday, gate again, ae I -- toed in that night in June, VI years old. official, however, look upon 11 I).iuiuient iloliu a good buinesi. C)nducter Cabler while the nightingale murmured lis happy Pullman Palace Sleepers. For weeks pint a hot, ecorcliing eun b' lo with diKUHt, whenever they are and llrakeman Price ara attending our strain, in the light of a happy moor I And has blezid down day after day upon an ag a LoltirOilll) HUuiinon up iitii!iein hapliuooil to t.ike court J. M Higginbatham, of Lincasler, the slad, glad thought that came to my ricultural area embracing 75,000 fijuare lo N'nNiiill, psep at it. town Tuonlay. McD.ill W.ird has breast, a he whispered these words lo tucl miles in the Xsrthwest, burning the life out wis in A2uniplila, was hid in the golden we't, sunk HowtoS-- uu: HNAKtw. A Kentlemmi retitined rom Illinois, whero he hail gone The sun Atlanta, of all vegetation, drawing moisture from low in the (lowing seal) And my love sigh-o- J MtMifKOiiiury, who terently re'uriied from the western to link at a farm with a view of trading tbe earth and drying up streams. Cattle 1,1UU; Kock, lest hia words rliould meet, a short and (f Clinard, was with us of Africi tell a New York MaJ coast Alvali l'u'lin are storying to death by hundreds and fam vsV OrleiuiH. voice that whs Molille mill cruel rebutl, as be cried in a provide Haint the Wednesday. tlui naMve iue stares the unfortunate farmers in the Judge Mjrrow opened the summer slranetdv sweet. "Well. say. is this not f'Cti. The drouth is the worst ever known danger of venomou snake, which abound Only one change to points In Globe. region. "Whenever it i deemed term of circuit court at this place Monday enough?"-Alchins- on in in the section. Thousands of dollars worth of neceary to penetrate a certain vat morale morning After charging and intruding She was an eitremely pretty girl, even chickens die every jcar from CholCelia Forbing, of Kenton, O., was walkwhich abound In nake. the nitivea sim- the grand jury at somo If njth as to their for a St. Piulite, and her name well, sofatal to chickens than at Tiffin era. It is more through the new court-hous- e ply rub the pole of the.r feet with nrlic dutlew in ferreting nut those who have bro-e- n ciety baa "got it on the list." She was try ing all other diseases combined. Hut the the lawiof the Ian ', f r which whisky ing ou the tbreeetory and a basement hats with pome young friends. Suddenly she discovery of a remedy and oil The scent of the nurlic i too imic'i z foutiuly "eeklr,; homes on tbe line of this road will recelrt special rates. stepped up to the marline record and for the delicdti dtomich of the reptiloi and men cams in f a goo lly eh Are, the regit emes it has been made, and to be connow in yogue and chatting with a frUnd arSeo Acents of tbl Company lor rates, route ihey crawl away as fast aH they are able. lar order of limine' wis tatten up A few who happened in the milliner' at the aime dared an? youn man present to take out vinced of its efficacy only requires a Ac. or write C. P. AIMOBE, (1. P.AT.A., The chalbottle is enough for Louisville, Ky This itiHure almost alnoluta safety. The minor casei have been tried and disposed time. "Dear," said the friend, "I thought the papers and make her his. trial. A by a young man of the It is guarone hundred chickens. baa cjustrlctor even hesitates to tackle a of 8ome ca'ei against the liquor men you were lo be married this June?" "Well, lenge was accepted knot was tied at Fosloria the anteed. If, after using of man smelling with thii odonfarom veaeta were tried. In one cise the roller was fin I waa to have been; but, you see, Kirl'n eo ptrtyand the night. by the n eriua The prosecuting witness, a Lon- abominably short, and we look absurd ed $- -) a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly Another method employed hie ! satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken tivei when they wih to .it to rest i to don gen'leuian, walks 1 up ti the dork's Gen. Black puta a good deal of effort inwith all my swell hats, eo I just told Uelow i Cholera, return it to the undersigned hwlah the a'r with rod. The ixculiar nouo dek and dp)itd the amount. him that I loved him as much as ever, but to singing pensions, and veterana would and your money will be refunded. of the rod eeomH to inspire the serpents with a list of the jurifK he really must wait till lower hats come in. prize them for that alone if they could see Koabe, the famous BeckThe awy out of hearini! Grand Jury -- J. W. Marlow, W, D. Mill- - Yes, he was very unreasonable, but I was him writing. He was shot all to pieces in terror, for they hasten er A Son, the popular and rellablo Uverett. Tbe DR. W. B. PENNY, A Warren, and line. V l. Him, Jium Robert'. P. P. firm aound " celebrated Cloug-stiff- the John of the I told him I w really yery sorry, the late war, and both arms are very IlKNTIHT, Church A Go's V. Gentrv, F. P. Parker, W. ICoiituoUy but there would be sure to be a reaction It is quite as painful to watch bitn write as Mtivntox'tt, The atory that kissing was introduced in S.ngleton, J. II. Whitehead, Lewis Itowlet, Joahua Cum against the high hats by next spring -- any it is for him to do it. to Eogland by Itiwena, daughter of Hen M. Jonea, H C i pretty enouijh to be true. min, W. C. Hunlritt, J. Any one desiring an elegant and durable muway, willy nilly, I wouldn't marry him till kit, the Baxon, Since 1SS0 the population of Kansas has Gentry, D. S. Duvalt, Micjih Southard; they went out." -- St Paul Pioneer Press. sical instrument will do well to examine our but it probably in'i all the same. Ah the prices before purchasing Wears a,? out for tbe increased from 998,000 to 1,600,000; its Cook, foreman. John Church A Co , aud will story runa a binoiet was given the Iliitith M. J, miles of railroad have becomo G,000; its our Pianos foi sren years, and our Orgaos 'The handsomest men in New York, II J. Mullina, Henry Ma Petit Juriea Trincesa, after press" lor tire years The Ererett Piano and the dough uioiurch, at which the grown to 8,000 and A Warren Orgsn are tbo best and moit reliable guirc, John Oirtnicael, Junea Cocks, Ailam eftid a well known physician the other day, 5,000 school houses have ing the brimmiiiK beaker to her lipe, saluOur Instruments Instruments manufactured. r personal property from $160,000,000 to The modern bar its Lowery, J. 8. G dd, 8r., John Adams, Wm. "are the bar tender. can be seen at the postotrice In Htmfoid, where ted tl e astonished and'.dellKhted Vortigem is required to $300 000,000 Miss ilosn ltlcbards will state prices, etc. of a first claai Kindly, William McKinney, Jan. French, Persons who hare purchased tbest Instruments with a little kls, after the manner of her Saloon keep be abstemious in hi habit Offlue on Lancaster street, next door to J nth lll testify to their durability and elegant tUlsb. "You want a keepsake that will always Rjwena may have been a re- Gran Prlcj, W. J. Chestnut, George Genown people. Wo will bi gl.ii to servo tho public, aud guaran tuos Journal, office. Office hours trom 8 to li a man around try, W. G. Cipps, Walk Mulllne, Klljah era as a rule, do not want remind you of nu?'' elie said. "I do, dar- u.and 1 toS r. w. Anesthetics administered wnai ttesstlsfa-tloal nice tcirl, hul we (believe that Mother 'IM-IyKlder W. I,. Williams, of Hustonvllle. also repOirena, Milton Durman, Joncj P. Fish, J. them who drinks. The result in that the ling," he said tenderly. "What's tho mat-te- r necessary. resents tbo John Church A Co,, and will be pleatEye uave the iiret lessona in osculation. complexions and M. Houk, Divitl GrlCin, J. bir tenders have good ed to serve hla friends. F. Purrell, L. with myself, she whispered." There will fChica;o Journal. S. It. A L. J. COOK, Agonta. They have plenty of time to be a wedding shortly. clear eye CENTRAL UNIVERSITY D. PennlnRton, W. T. French. BEKKBKNCKS: lawSaya Bab InRersoll: "My idea of a appearance, In tie make-u- p of the juries it will piy attention to their personal John 1). Carpenter, HuuoiitIIIo; J. M. Klmore, RICHMOND. KY. attorney who, hay operator at Bordentown, Tho night yer la the great Kilili Stautord, James Beailey, Stanford; J. M. Philips, be observe I that the gentlemen composing and as a class make up better than any DepartAilvnntnct'ft. Full raculty, In You N. J , fell asleep, and a collision occurred ment of MU'lv- llenlthy location Ileon heart of htanford; A. It. Penny, (Stanford; Mrs. Kannia tbo intc accumulated a fortune of Xl.000,000, Karra, Lancaster; Oeu W, J. Landraiii, Lancaster; grand jury have two deraocrata to de- other net of men in New York. a ballthe hoapltiiblconiliiiin. llluo flrM region. might put a hundred of them in on the Pennsylvania Railroad which resultlly. Moderulo i t'ii'esi fPO to tlli. Atteudunco Charles fcandldge, Junction City; W. M. Payne, left It all in a "III to make a home for id- liberate with them and among the pstit jufrom lMutei, hrxTtrssios opknh Prvachomllle; Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, htanford; Inst semilon room and they would outshine the pick snd ed in one death and serious injuries to sevfull Information anil Catalogue, iot, declaring that he wanted to k'wh it ry will be found four of that political llower of New York aristocracy." tciT. Hi 1n7 Mrs. Mfgglo lloluief. Crab Orchard; O. T. WalNew 1S3 lyi lace. Lancaster. Ppiyto L. H. BLANTON.D.D., Chancellor. back to the psople from "whom he took eral trainmen. York Tribune. faitb. a-t I 1 11 c The rare of tl e C uimctiweallh aga'nit M illiu for tio)'iu at U. inductor Cahlr ws tried and hu wt llied $75 and cjsl The grand jjry indicted a mm snd his wife, who live at L vings'.oii, uauiwl Graham, for cruel and inhuman treatment of their six yeir-o- l 1 girl wh , it Is ild, died of injilika received jI the hands of her parents It i nlleged that the chin) wa h and beaten until she wa a mere skeleton and wa rt diflrent timet placed upon The a hot xtove hy her inhuman father p. rlie were arrested Wednealay ami are held for trill next Tuesday, when the pir tic.ilsr' will l learne 1 04HHAHO COUNTY OEPARTMCNT, Lanrastnt, G. A. BENEDICT & STVXFOItt), KKNTTCKV. C0.,"ank stociifoh sale: iwuiii I wlh to aril Korty-llr- e Shares of First Nat- lonal Bank stock ol Hlanforl. If not sold private-We- ll puhiidy county coua ; E'ig'euian A Farris' stallmn now in Drillers and Pump Adjustors. training at Itichmond, is reported as being very fast and improving rapidly. CirlVells DrllleJ to order and pumps formlsbfJ t C. Price's year old gelding i now be- at lactory prices. ing handled by Mr Trsynor, of itichmond. Itpcrt froiti hiiu Hre very favorable He E.H.FOX, TfJE TfiFi t 1MOXOGI5AJjUKIC, d l. Stanford Female 1 e. I'ut-sds- AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS LAW, .) rot)-be- d Wholesale Grocers 203-C- TAXES! TAXES Incorporation t, NEWCOMB IIOTJBJj lieru!, 1 r. er asio-elatio- n, well-rrlth- L.&N. Cholera LINE SOUTH & V EST c w the Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS t 5o-cen- two-third- s er IAN0S d 0 n war-ra- ten-do- bir-roo- n. r. - !, it" I StwMKtcchls A boy named John Johnson fell into a Flowek, the New Yorker who thought nf eriorl onnrai that the only requisite for a presidential coke oven at Wjanth's, W. Va , and was I NOTES FROM ALL POINTS. 1 fl I Mail from London now roaches Sun candidate was a "barrel," of which he pos burned to death. A ghost player at Baltimore has come Francisco In thirteen days. eeaed several, ami who thought he was in Tiik State of Jlnsnrhusotts lias over August 12. 1887 the fight In ISSi, now risei to remark thnt to grief. He wound himself in habilia-ment- s Stanford, Ky., slxtytlvo thousand willows half of whom supposed to be worn by the spectres nro less tlmn forty yenrs old. Cleveland cuinot be re elected if nominaO'Tiiu ii circa In California nro bringing ted. Flower has never forgiven the man of and went to where some men were at work. W. P. WALTON. destiny for walking cfl with the State of Instead of fleeing, one of the number let go fabulouR pricos tho birds thcmsolvoa soil at one ttious mil dollars n pntr. New York and the nomination bjfore, and a ball at the figure snd it fell pierced thro' A Ko,t ill of mumps l.itoly struck tho The cffkisl return are oesilj nil In and the father to his thought now is nothing the head by the missile. town of Home, Mich. Over throo hundred people 1ml thorn nt tho samo time. Bill Johnson, a stage robber, now laniher 'how that Gen. Bucknet' plurality save his wish. Tun sIHor mines of South Amorien anThis ie guishing In an Idaho jail, speaks despondwill be between 18.000 and 20.000. Gov. FoRAKcn, who got a little coveted ently of the business as follows: "Stage nually produce silver estlmntod nt tho oot a good showing bf any mean, but convuluo of twenty-simillion dollars. of the rebel flig business by sidering that the democratic ticknt bad to notoriety out after stage has been held up without getIt Is thought tho city of London will Inmiking an as of himself generally, has ins ting a nickel Rud it seems as though all the crease in population uuut Qht three other? it is not near o bid as it Cleveland in a gushing letter to visit might be. That all of the prohibition and vited money in the country was in the hands of of n million in tho n xt ten years. Tlio births recorded every week are over a Ohio, but the man ol the White House has isbor vote came from the democratic rank, bankers, the railroad managers or the exthousnnd In excess of tho deaths not reen tit to honor the fellow with even " U shown by the fact that Fox's vote of press companies Tun Uniteil States Government l accuan acknowledgment. mulating a surplus of J100.tKX,(X)J a year and Cardin'a of 5,000 added to the demDEATHS, that it iloos not know what to do with, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS ocratic plurality makes almost the end paying its Indebtedness with unnecJohn M. Clay, the last surviving son essary hast !. mijorily ofCleveland orer Blaine. So fsr The Kentucky Military Institute propAs av evidence of the advance of educathat Uuckner of Henry Clay, died suddenly Wednesday hr returned the vote show erty h advertised for sale by the Franklin stareceiyed about 21,000 leas votes thanCleve-Isn- d at bis home near Lexington, in the G3th tion In India It is stated that county Matter Commissioner. tistics give an increase of over one hundred r year of hisage and Bradley nbout S.000 less than per cent per annum in the uumb'r of let-toOtis Tucker, white, and Fleece Wilson, Cipt. Sim Crarford, conductor on the ami nowsjKipors mailed In thnt counBlaine. It is estimated that fully 100 000 colored, were killed by a premature explo Main line, who frequently ran extra 6n this try. people did not vote in the election at all sion of a blast in Henry county. It is division, died Wednesday from the injuries duces reported that lTorid.i annually proand as the republicans nearly always turn SO.iMJ worth of honey. Alex. Walker, a colored prohibition U,0UJ worth he received at Horse Cave while coupling of strawberries, fVt.ojj worth of hoga, out on such occasions, it is fair to presume 0 speaker, was murdered at Prairie Grove, cars. worth of sheop, S3J0,OJ worth of beof, that a big majority of the stay-- at homes Tex., at the conclusion of an address. John Menefee Elmore died at his home T.VOM worth of spongon, t.MJ,OJJ worth are democrats, who will come out of their Tne eugar crop of the Sandwich Is- in the Walnut Flat neighborhood at 1.30 or listi and oysters, $J,5U,(V)J worth of holes when occasion rfqnirea and wipe up lands ii estimated between 00 000 to 100,- - Wednesday morning of fever, age 50 years. oranges lemons, limes nnd pineapples, (Yi.OOJ worth of sugar and molasses, the earth nrth Blaine, Sherman and any against 10S.0O0 ton last yeir. A wife and a number of children are called 000 worth of rice, fVlJ.ixw worth of cedar may be pitted 000 tons, as that other Jerry Pagels, sentenced to b hanged on to mourn his loss, while his neighbors and fJO,lMi,UX worth of othor lumber against Grover Cleveland in 18S3. August 12, at St. Louis, committed suicide also generally deplore his demise. He was nnd KODO.iHX) worth of cotton. A tiece The democratic party of Lincoln needs a in his cell by cutting theartery of his left a strictly hone't and clever man and en n frontage of grAutul in Philadelphia, With of Mxtecn feet on Chestnut and thorough reorganizing. The late canvare arm. deavored to honor the Christian Cnurch, of thirty-fou- r feet on Fourth street, wns reor UK per square shows that the county committee is not William Berry fired into a trio of men which he was a member, by living an up cently sold for $35,(4 loot. It equal to its work. A majority of them not who were stealing his corn, in Jessamine right and blameless life. How highly he a building wns necessary to complete a site in the heart of tho city, nnd only refuted to answer any of the calls for county, and killed one of the number, Jim was held in the esteem of his neighbors is therefore command oil this extraordinary meetings, but appeared to take no interest Murphy. shown by the fact that they had recently llgure. This is the highest price over paid Winchester has a $2 500 Bteam laun- elected him a justice of the peace, a token for real estatJ in America. The one next whatever in the remit. One of the Lumto It, perhaps was on Wall street, ber voted the prohibition ticket and we un-- dry in operation, which we trust will pan of appreciation of which he was very proud. City, where a lot sold for SMS per etstand did all in his power for it. With out better than our miserably-manageThe funeral sermon was preached r. t Gosh- square foot. The Philadelphia price was the rate of $8,j0.0a) jwr acre. such men in the camp it is no surprise that concern. en yesterdav. after which the remain were at Thk relative Increase In population Ir. army was routed, foot horse and dragsyndicate of New York and Pitts- interred in the Anderson grave yard. A the Canada is much less than in tho United oon, Ah the humble secretary of the com- burg capitalists have purchased 100,000 State. Indeed, it could not bo otherwise UNO, STOCK AND CROP while so many of thrne Immigrants who mittee, we know that with two or three seres of pine forests in South Carolioa and seek Can al a as a plneo of settlement the committeemen Georgia. honorable exceptions, A. T. Nunnelley bought a lot of stock inoo from that country to tho L'nited neither did anything for the party or ofler M. Maquet, editor of a Paris paper, has in the Walnut Fiat neighborhood Ht 1 eta. States every year It Is a fait that the We need young, active been fined 200 lr.na and sentenced to two cd to do anything. Ad Catron, the clev er trader, bought ol number wh leuve Canada t. settle in th United Ktates pxcmMs tho number of and Efpiring men to watch after the month' imprisonment for unfairly wound- Rockcastle parties 10 aged mules at from. who, euiigruting from i tUi r countri , of the party and if thoeo of the ing his antagonist in a duel interests settle in Canada. Tho Unite 1 States oilers $65 to $110. committee who have failed to do their duty Tne losees by fire in the United States Lehman shipped 27 car Iods ol cattle better facilities for the Improvement of the condition of the Intollticent Hnd do not resign they should be made to do and Canada for July amounted to $14,000,-00from Fayette to Ejropp, most of which cost trious immigrant than Canada Mir indusrd. for him 4 cents. so. which is double the average lo Tub cloak worn by King KAlaknuaat h.s 12 years. The peach season has cpened in Dela- coronation, and said to be still in his pes. The Louisville limes continues its tirade that month in the past of Logan, W. Va., ware and will be a short one. Price range session, was a rare and valuable varment Charles Williams, against the corset, which, it declares, like madr from tho feathers of a species of ehot and killed Jamen Aldridge, by whom from fifty cents to $1.25 a basket. bird iniUenous to tbo K.tndwu-l- i Islands the rarcals, must go. Sara Bernhardt is he he imagined himself aggrieved, and was The Laurel county fair will ba held and now extinct. Ih.so feathers, only cited as a wonderful example of the immediately thereafter lynched. September S and !) at London. The are 70 two of which grew upon ono bird, aro of never having had her bony sides beautiful hue and aro about the size of a The returns so far received by the Sec- premiums on the list of the two days. silver dime. They were received from tho encased in one of the straight jackets. A retary of State indicate that the majority The Stanford Mills are now pacing 05 natives at one time In payment of taxes. bean pole would look an well with a corset of the qualified voters of the State have cents for wheat, which is the same that is In which wnv somo some tlvo thousand on as Sara. It would stick out all around -wero collected nnd all woven Into the voted in favor of a new destitution. being paid in Louisville and only is cents royal garment. Tho preservation of this on her instead of acting as it is usually inJohn Doors was fatally shot at a pic- less than Chicago. regal cloak requires tho continual attentended. If Logan could look upon some nic in Calloway county, by Frank Collie, At the Richmond fair there were ten tion of a jersoti cngngod for tho purpose. of the figures that we have, minus a corset, An interesting phenomenon has f r he fell he fatally cut Col entries for tbe model ring, in which the he would let up on the very neceesarj arti the manager. As some time pist beon obierved in ths off by the bav stallion, hand. prize was carried o.uUi.i coast of tie Caspian sea. Tbe cle and thank the inventor for contributing lie with a knife that he had in his Kara Hoblias i nn estuary nearly separDavid Hampton, a 16 year old horse-thi- ef, Silver King, of J E. St J R Farris a big quota towards making the female Chattanooga has given tbe William ated from tho mam body of the sea by a who escaped from jail at Mountain form divine. bank through which there is an Inlet. Tho t View, Ark., was shot and killed Monday at Wood Reaper and Mower Company $125,- - evaporation from this uulf is so grent thnt In his interesting column in the Courier Melbourne, that State, while refusing to be 000 and eight acres of ground for a plant, a current continually sets in from tho Journal CjI. Sam M. Burdett says that Col. taken alive. and that company will move their works Caspian, and, ns there is no return current, the water of th? gulf becomes morn Matt Adams cannot afhrd to accept the ofJessie Logsdon, aged 17 years, bas from Youngstown. Ohio, in a few days nnd more sallferous, and a doioslt of salt fice of Secretary of State, with the beggarly been sentenced to two years in the peniten T. G. Barrow sold this week to T C. is in curse of formation. The natural ro eslary of $1,500, but when the hour comeB tiary by the Hart Circuit Court for a crimRobinson 2,000 bushels of blue grass seed suit of this would app"iir to be thnt in time for old man Simon Boilivar to appoint a inal assault upon a seven year old girl. He to be delivered August 1st, 1SSS, at fifty this gulf will be cut off from tho Caspian, nnd being thus dried up will become co railroad commission, his name will appear should have been bung, cents per bushel. The a;ent of Lehman extensive salt bed. mit-tak- en on the Hat, or the writer is very much A fire which originated in the Adams Bros., has bought during the past week 300 FOR THE HOME CIRCLE. Speaking o! Gov. Buckner's cabi- Express stables in Louisville, burned that cattle in the yicinity of Mt. Sterling, and .A.T if the old gentleman has chosen his building and four horses, besides the Cen- weighing from 1.5C0 to 1 fOO lb?, at 4 cents. net, Ir the little ones are troubled with canker sore mouth npply a little borax and men he is a good hand to keep a secret, for tral Tobacco Warehouse with 200 hogs Winchester Democrat. noney. nobody seems to know his intentions, al- heads of tobacco. Loss $33,000 M. Board bought of J. W. Mjs 53 J. IIuilino hot coucontrated lye will quickly will be inaugurated two weeks though he -- Gen. A. W Donlpbsn died at St. Jo- hoga that will average 250 tounds, at cut the greasa and clear and clean waste from next Tce'day. pipes that aro clogged or offensive. seph, Mo., Monday evening. Ho wis a cents. They brought $5 35 at Cincinnati Ilt'linEK boots nnd shoes can bo patched Wednesday. George Handy, of this counA warning to cigarette smokers comes member of tbe celebrate! Peace Commisby the aid of a commit prepared from sion during the late war and was mention ty, sold to A. H. Vansant 30 acres of wood from New York. A youth there who got llnely-cu- t rubber in benzine. land off his home place for $100 rer acre A rciisoN should nover suffjr from away with three packages of the poisonous ed for the presidency in 1S7C. stings when a little carbolic acid h The Nitional Veterans' Association, of D. C. Terhune has bought within the past things daily, died suddenly and upon apo;t obtainable. A tcusiKonful In n mortem being held it was discovered that Des Moinc, Iowa, passed a resolution de- two weeks over 40 good mule colls, paying water makes nn alleviating wash. quart of 1 more mules the cause of his death was smoker's heart, nouncing and repudiating tbe utterances ol on an average for the No. An instance is given in which fuoinl cotton neuralgia wns Tuttle and others, in connection with the about $70 and for the first-ctaattributable to their excessive use. We don't riiinnently lured by tho Harrodsburg Democrat. application of warm water and ammonia know that it makes much difference, how- projected visit of the President to St. Lou- mules $50. nnd heated bricks wrnpied in wet cloths, ever. A boy that does nothing but smoke is. DANVILLE. BOTLE COUNT T followed by fr.ctlon of tho oxtremlties. The W. 0. Tyler Paper Co., Chicago, cigarettes is hardly worth lamenting. The BY- Tiiosg Hflllcted with corns may Hnd Mr. Henry G. Sandifer and children Bad debts sooner he and hla imitators are taken off has failed for over $300,000. if i ot a cure, In the uso of balsam of the better for the world, but it is hoped did it The break also caused the Ken- have returned from a vieit to- - friends in fir, which should bi.' sprea I upon tho corn and covered with n small ploee of cotton. that boys of whom something is expected tucky Lithographing Compiny to go under, Greensburg. Hw.rAN oi'.nce of sweet oil containing Terra Cjtta is not in conditioo and on the silly, m it was owned by John Rubel, one of the will lake warning and let up a lirce nmou'it of saltpotio is saU to be an will not start Friday at Saratoga in tbe excellent lotion with which to butho tho company. nasty habit. Mr. W. H. Newman, a Kentuckian, contest with Hanover and other celebrities. parts a'Tect.'t by Inflammatory rhcumn-tism- . A couple of cousins at Point Pleasant-W- . has bten appointed Third Vice President Later He may run yet. Tuosr. not provided with ice chests or Va , named Towneend, paid court to of tbe Missouri Pacific road, with which Messrs. John Hoskina and U Ilopli, rofrigorutors should never the Bame young lady and she, unable to de- he has been long connected. Mr. Newman who live adjoining eachnther on tbe Shak-ertow- to the deloterlous effects expose butter of wntcr. A said she would become cide between them, JOUN V. DAVIH pike and who have been ill with good plan Is to cover tho butter dish with JOE F. VATE8 is a cousin of Mr. Eugene Newman, the the wife of the one who drew the longest "Savoyord" of tbe Courier Jour-nal- . Brighl'a disease, are reported barely alivp an inverted earthen crock around tho bottom of which may be poured water tj keep straw. Bradley Townsend was the lucky this morning. it cool. be permitted to endog, but he was not ti Many young hous.'Wive Town Marshall George Wells, of June Over confidence is always a menace to who do their joy the prirs, for the treacherous Amos imcertain majorities, and the weakness of the tion City, brought a negro named John own laundry work, dosiro to noiulro tho mediately put a ball through the heart of republican ticket and programme increas- Welsh to town this morning and put him art of polishing tho linen. It requires practice, but of course theio lire many Donlors In the girl and made bis esc ipe. He is still ed this for 50 days for curyin.; noips in tins uirccnon. among the Ken- in the work-housuno way of prea rope has already been tied frr at large biit paring tho stnrch Is mixing in n small tucky democrats. To a man a thousand a pistol concealed on his person. piece of goo J butter. This, it is h ii J, proe, hi" worthless neck. Mr. George Blakeman died Wednesmile up a tree that seems about tbe eizs of duces n tlno gloss. day night at Ihe family residence on BroadBuo. Mullxms eays he is a minor and A iiottle of spirits of turpentine should Secretary Fairchild opened the first way. He had been blind and paralyz'd fi kept In every house, for its uses aro couldn't vote, but if he could haye put in - - bids for the sale of tbe Four-anfor sever! year. Toe family Cime here numerous. A few drops sprinkled where one it would have been for the straight cockroach" congregate will cxtcrmlnnto democratic ticket and addc While we be bonds to tbe Government, and accepted from Garrard. Mrs. Blakeman is a sisWr them at once; also ants, rol or blnck. Moths will fleo from thj odor of It, that of the Suffolk Bank, of Boston, which of the late Judge Allen A. Burton. Meve In doing everything for the advance it is un c.NCollent application for a Our stock is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven In noting tbe death of Mrs. Nichols ment of the temperance cause, we do not oflered $203,000 on terms that will be at a the closest bum or cut. It will mi; profit (fa little over two per cent, to the your correspondent erroneously said she whlto muslin, when take I to stains out of a prohibition candiof close buyers. Come to see us early and often. believe in supporting uddo them while was the widow of Prof. James Nichols. Tbe boiling. date who draw bis strength almost entire- Government. Indian corn contains n largo amount of R. Lowry, a nephew of Gov. Lowiy professors name was i nomas and he was a ly from the democratic party and has no nltiogen, has nntlconstlpatlng qualities, Is hopea himself of being elected and whoe of Mississippi, shot and killed a colored, brother of James, who waa a partner cf G. easily assimilated, cheap nnd wsry nutriwork tends to aid the republican candi- man at Indianoio, in that State. Tne same W. Welsh, Br., in the dry gooda business. tive. Indian monl, in tho shapa of Johnny ss ghost story was spoiled cake, hoo cako, corn or pono bread and A young man got into sundry disreptuable date. after creating much excitement in the es- mush, relieved by copious draughts of rows during his attendance at tbe Louispure cow's milk, to which, If Inclined to Down in Paducah a negro woman ap ville Liw School and established a bad tablishment of Liuis Colin by the finding dyspepsia, a littlo llmo water may hi add-eparently died and after being prepared for of a diminutive terrier of the female per character generally, will innko a life, now a burden, woll OKlMs IN- ihe grave was placed in her coffin. PreparTne grand jury of the Rowan Circuit suasion under the thor of a Bide show case. worth tho living, nnd you need no othor treatment to correct your nervousness, for the burial proceeded and the Court has indicted Z. T. Young, ations Allie It was nearly starved and tbe wonder in brighten your vision and give you sweet Drugs, Books, Stationery and mourners began to assemble lo pay the last Young, John Trumbo und peaceful sleop. and Green Manniu how it got there. rancy Anicies. sad riles, when all at once she popped up for confederating John Campball, the aged and infirm To a room, sot a pitcher of water and conspiring to kill quarters. There was from tbo Darrow Howard Logan, and John Trumbo and colored man who was taken to Lincaster in tho npartmout, and In n few hours It I'hvriclsnt' rrccilptloni srcurstoly compounded Alio will havo absorbed and a scramble, but the woman the respired gases Johu Keeton for shooting Logan. The and put in jail on Saturday last, charged In the loom, tho air all wlucn wi.l have beof them that she was not dead bf a Youngs and Mannin liwith selling liquor without government come pur jr. but tho wuter utterly tllthy. were released on jug full and their fears were finally allayed. The colder the water Is the pro, iter tho cathe others $1,000 each. Judge Cole cense, was promptly discharged on MonJbe ie now going about. has ordered the sherifl to summon fifty day by U.S. Commissioner K. A. Burnuide pacity to contain thoso gases. At tho ordi nary temperature u pall of wuter will ub-- ( Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, he became The Harrodsbur Democrat is appearing petit jurors in Fleming county, and has ex as soon as of the case. acquainted with the sorb n pint of carbonic acid gas and sover- Jewelry and Silverware Wm. Crouch, Betlie true facta ass daily this week, full of bretzr locals tended the term of the court for thirty days. Caldwell and Tom Slaughter, taken to Lan ol pints of ammonia. Tho capacity Is near-- ' ly doubled by reducing tho water to tho Kver bousht to this market Price Ixwor thsn Brother He announcea that a further extension will and nicely et advertisements. caster on the same charge, were held for tomiwraturo of Ico. I!nnrn uitir Iiahi in l ih LbwMt. WiUhM. Clock) nd jewelry Be pslrnd on iboil notice and Wsrrsn' ld. be made if necessary. be congratulated. to ll room awhile Is unfit for use. Spotawood further trial. - JULY 1ST, 1887. Your Accounts are due ami ready three-quarter- PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. 0 pest-oMc- rs $30,-00- Unpaid Accounts of 1880 not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. fi,. New-Yor- d d FRUIT vTRS -- a .A.T- ttie T. R. WALTON'S 0, e, rF'ZRTTIT CAJSTS A.T I. 1, wjtffftHra -- 4 SCYTHES & SNATHS 1 T. R. WALTON'S. et st BACON WANTED ro-he- f, 4 T. R "WALTON well-know- n WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. STREET, STANFORD. KY e e , d MAIN s, first-cla- A., HBUY. PHARMACIST, 4 $2.-60- 0; JEWELER. -- ! 1 3 MRfmWMRWMMW SoMEmriY gavp Judge Carton' monkey 1FLIQI0US e'lough whisky the other day ti make it Rsv F. S 1'oMett, WD't hh been irk ilon for 110. drunk tnd it went on geii'ril teir. It Is in Ma-iocounty, hi rruorel irnl will I supposed (hat Gu the ollender Stanford, Ky preich at hi churcn her nex .Sintlay. August 12, 1887 Til ClubKufc uplondnl little Hop at and if it is found Dicker out to bs true, lie will be Walton's Otier Hoiinti WednrnJay uiiclit Tne Woman' CnrisMin Tempermic !a hunor of the vioitinn ladiiM, whici wat prosecuted under the lw against giving a Union are prepirlfig to erert a 000,000 B. O. WALTON. - IiUBlnbns Manntfor. lulljr a'leadod nnd HppuenllY Krettly en minor liq lor. building In Ci'do i bs ue I as National jijed. Senator KumyV aiipprli orcheMrs Hio Shake -- Sam Ferrlll, a boy of 15, headquarter. L.& N. LOCAL TIME CARD, furniihrd the intieic. killed a huge rattlesnake near Mitchells-bur- g, Mr. JohnSnri)iie, of Lexington, has Wednesday, which he gave to Mr. been elected President of the Christian Wo I J S'J Mall train going North- Fon PAI.K I have a few article of fur .. - 1 Jl ft " " " " Bouth John II, Craig. He was in a few feet of men's Board of Mission fur Kentucky, vice 45 a,. nlture tint I will ell hi a hiriin. I am Hidicm train" Mouth.. him and with the first rock that he threw Mrs. Richard field, resigned. The board . 1 W x.tt ' ' " Norh........ obliged to leave Stanford hooii an 1 would Thejuro li calculated on standard ttine. Holir broke the reptiU's neck. Mr. Craig says Is coinpoed of 30 auxiliary hoiie. located like to ilinpaie of the furniture before titt aia l alio tit 20 mlliutf lastur Cil. O.'r and his famous snaka dogi were in diflerent put of the State. nrJay. The article co be ceen it room not called into r.quisltion. No (. Meri lloue Frank Harri. Home of the prohibitionists are worrying .1'T IDTKHTHKHK-aTK- . Tralna Imt ItowUnd at 5 dJ JMi. M. In a day and a half at the Mt. Vernon over the fear that the next legislature will IteturnltiK. aitlTtatfiand 8 M r. x. court nir energetic business manager sue resubmit the liquor question to the voters cenled in bn.'ging a good deal of and of Lincoln. We are sure iOGH. NOTICES, ! that their fenrs securing 30 new subjribei This may be are groundless. We are doing so well be un Til r. beet ready mixta paint are to called capital work when we consider that had at A. II. I'ennyV der the new order of thing) that the worst Fifty Shares of Farmers National Bank of Stanford tor Sale. Ask your crocer for the Cincinnati Hi- our subscription liu in th.it section wa al anti prohibitionist cannot help admitting 1 ready very gratlfriiii:, but EI never falls wilt sell the above ttock before the e king Co.'k cracker and cake. it and lor one we shall do all in our power door In fet mlorJ, Counlr Court dav, pt V ATCiirrt and Jewelry repaired on ahor to tilch 'em cumin' and a gwinu 5to, JgST. law remain as it is to have the aotico and warranted iiy A. R. Penny. MJ-The elegant residence of Hon. John 8 Administrator ilachet Jones, dei'd. Ktock of jewelry, lattut A comtlkth The New York and Philadelphia ClothA, 0!ey was the scene of beauty, gallantry ing and tyle. llockfoid watcliCH a pjHcialty. Merchant Tailoring Agency of THE KENTUCKY ft. I'ennr. and mirth, Tuesday night, when Misses John II Craig&C, with Browning King McAIMrr ha inn Maitie and Maggie Owsley gave a reception Tm: firJi of I'enny and Mechanical A Hrown and Jacob Agricultural dlaiolvnl, the account are ready for eeltitt in honor of their lovely guest", Mie Ma- t C.i., Wauamaker Reed' Sons oilers to the trade laige line You tiiny Association. in nit. Come at once and fettle. mie Porter, of Glasgow, and Mary Lou of fall pave ccat. and winter fabrics for men's suits, Hirri, Ltviuia Milliken aud Marlhn Gib trousers and overcoats. Each garment -PERSONAL, A large party went out guaranteed oi), ol Xishville. to fit perfectly or no sale. New from town and with muic, dancing aud LEXINGTON, KY. York and Paris plate of Fashions jii't reMil It L Davis, at Crab Orchard, other mean of merry making, several ceived. here yesterday. i houis were delightfully spent Tne re Miv-- t HoA RirilAUIH left yetrday HALE'd Well. Beginning Frifrehments served in Mr. 0ley'i most 11 trrdhuri; for the fair at excellent lTle were also a feature that was day, August 12h and continuing until the MlM (I. U Wl.VK hi" Koae on a vleit One seldom meet a more close of the season, I will reduce the price much enjoyed COMPETITION QPSnQ THE WORLD, to her relative in Cloverporl charming Uartelle thin the young ladies of board to ;1 per week, children and serMil. ami Mus L H ltiMirv, of Lrx Collage rent reduced from '! Ultritns at reduce.! ra'es tn all IU roads n imed and they have alreidy eitablisiied vants half price. 7 IfM IttlCVH I.tivh ituy, ton, aiu yiritltiu at hit father'. thernelves ftvorites with the young peo i'i 50 to 5 per week. N.wwho can stay .Ml""IH. (t C. AND J. V POWEM. awa)? If you can't stay a week, come J'lf- parrl up to Dripping Sprinir Tuculay spend the day. Want everybody to come whlrh li the leading feature, i'l b open In all The Cumberland Valley Lind Co. has Mik. Louie i Cox, ol Cacy, a ttood hefore the season finally dotes Respect- lta grandeuron the first dy, and mrpi.c all ocraalotit isbpcriber, wa here on buainiM yeaterday. employed Col. J rl 'linsley, of Barbour fully, A. L.Spoonamore. Mn. Fonnrsrr.it :tnl Mini Llcoie ville, to look after the titles of the 100,000 I'ICKE AU.UI.SNIOX! of land that it has options on In Bell Wir Miinu Sim Hun'x nger, the lltsz'er npent a few daya at Crab Orchard. Vo admltelon will be thir"l tolidles, or u Swis who butcher for Mr. MlllM LI7IK AND IlATTIE FlillBACK, and Hir'an rntititie, anil a better selectiim li ier l; ;ar, on the Sri! day. Keuitmbcr the. i pro-It Rimey, mourns the loss of hi wife, who of Danville, are i!Uetof Mr Mattic Nc could hardly have been made d tint the number of director be in ile'trlcd him wiihcit ante liw week, ard GRAND MILITARY COMPETING vim. Mi Nanxh Wood, of BjyU, return rreel from seven to nine and an election has not stnee been heard from. She i from DRILL. mI will, Mim Kite Hail and I now tier for ihnl purpose has been ordered for next the old ountry and i the second wife ol (in the nrktilay by KnlKliuor l'ytulu, Kulgati Tuesday at the office of Treasurer J S. the deserted mm. He went to Ix.uisrille Te'n'araod tlale (maul-- . i;ueM. I run Hall ami other noud racers will attempt -- Dick (Ikkthy le't We.lr4thy for Horker. Tne latter gentleman and George in search of her Wednesday, but learning to luer tbe itmllou record oi the secotid day For further it lormaMon ddre Wwhiia, Knn. wlier be will probibly McA lister have just returned frim the nothing he returned, ''he took their oolr Jl I.J I'. 1'. .HHISSOy, l'resj . countie Damn! above and are very uiurb rnild with her Mr. Hun'rnger feu that euretary. .:M-tdTHUS ...TJ.I looate. pleastd with the prospect. Lind along, she has lot her mind as there wa no troubMw Makv IH'.nn aod Mimm liettic ! I'iiton and Annie D.inu are pen Jiui; a side of liiiMB they hrtve options upon at j'J le betwe-- their and they bad alwiys gotto $ per '.ue, are selling at $10 ti 512 ten along p!iassnlly. week it Crab Orchtrd Mm W. Mwmiiw.l, of Pirkfvilli, and they think that the timber on much of At A.luilil,!M' ri of Mn. A, E. Hover, we will L'nc'e L?wi Wanted Tone Kh-keon tell at who lis bern viMting her oirter, Mr. T 1. their ran be disposed of a these figures Roell called in the other day and turning S wllea her tale iideD uJ lta Huilourllle froji Maalurd tuiie rum Tjrnen-Title- , and still leave the land with its wealth of on Hill, returned eterdy. around in front of ue said: "Give me a t 'Ii.nslev Mriwiios ha chtre of the coal. Io a Idillon to thoe whose names good kicking, I deserve it." As we had no Thursday, August 25, 1887, jtil in the absence of Jailer Oxtaf, who in are signed to the incorporation notice in desire to do up our good old friend, we this piper, Gov. McCreary, Senator BenTh following property: attendinv the Mercer fair. asked iiim to explain. "Well, you know Mil. T, F, SriK, dWpiicher on the nett, John D. White, Judges Robert Boyd the last time I saw you I said I intended to Thrre 2 and luulei, 1 brood Mare. 1 year-olJack, 1 extra lainlly rockaway Hor. main line, and one of the cleverett bsra on and Vincent Bareing, J. A. Crnft aad other vote for Bibbitl 1 did think I would, 4 Iowa gnd .ltc, 1 yearling heifer, 5 yearling till monled men are members of the Com he V5 brad Wagon, Meeif, the road, In here on vhit made a speech at McKinney, when darn Hount-hol- abont Kitchen hogs, a and Furniture. alill Id a prtcarl Pnj M. Wiuv Mil. J lEHMtJ All dims of Sio and under Cull, over bis ujly picture, I swore I wouldn't do it dayt with per tbkt WilMl' -- In looking over the history of under any circumstance. I had always terestamount credit ol V0 payable In Ctank. cent. Inoua condition from the wounda receiyed by on negotiable note old man Jacob Buell and Disconnection with thought you were too hard on him, but I being thrown from a fagon. Ml. J. K. VASAIISDALE. Ml!. It 6. LVTI.r haa gone on the road the womsn, Mary Curtis, it is hard to tell know now you weren't and I just want you J. . GOV Ell, K (Sorer, dee'd. Admln'itratoriMra. A. for the (leorge V. McAlpin Cj., of Cin whether he was more sinned againit thin to kick me for even thinking of yoting for sinning. Formerly a man of considerable such a tinin.'1 The old man then branched nail, and it taking order right and left. Aiaeutsof the hririolMrt. A. E. (.over, we Mn J I. McKlSNirv, is apendlrg a property, with a wife and six grown cMl oil into a eulogy of Gen. Buckner and tbe wlldlit tbe name ttuie and piare, tbe borne place, constating of few daya at Cpt. 0 If. McKInneyV, after dren, he teems to have been ensnared by democritic party and pronounced his male the will-- of a designing woman and once dicticn on mugwump and what-not- s a dtlighlftil month at Dripping Spring. OF LAND, 70 in Mil J. II. Fim write that Florida into the parlor, like the foolish ily, be win general. Uncle Lewis is a democrat from Finely InipruTed, well Waterid, good Orchard and partl-ula- r. in He bn returned to unable to extricate himself It seem that the "fur eenJ of away back" and the way a Terr dealrablela small place ilh every rooma, there continue to boom leTeu twoitory, The dwelling Tcruaiu.de la splendid barn and good Orlando after oeveral montba atay in 8t. neir Pert Huron, Michigan, he had a dairy he cm go for republicans is refreshing. HII J k VASAllaDALE. known on dtrot sale. Augustine. farm and that he employed the woman to K OOVEll, Agents J Chahcied With Ku Kluxino. A few Mhh Jcixir. Joiim FELiNDinddaugh. work at it It was not long before it began I will aell 12 lirail the ler, MNa Miry, of lTopkinaville, and .Mrs to be whispered that employer and employ n'ght ago, while on a viit to hi mother, of Atcood tame time (an J place, head pood Cotton attle, Vi Irrrilne LUhirow, of Iotiiaville, are visiting Mr. A. ee wetc thicker than their stations suggest- in Crab Orchard, Mr. Simon II Gormley, Sulci. 10 head MoiL JIulex and 50 head Mirrp .M-t- l. J, F. All. ti. (ill) Kit. of Lixtngton, was robbed of $120. Sused and the good people of the vicinity intiM. Feland pecting the negro cook, he, with Whit pendinc mating that they wanted no Mormon pracMil O C Kellkh, Jn, h the we;k at Hurod'bnrg and taking in the tice there, Mr. Buell cme to Kentucky, Montgomery, Sim Tatem, Tom Carson and etock fair and the other fur of that deepy appirently for his health. This was five Joe Migee started to look for her and years ago, and then as up to bis death the coming across Morgan Ihughman and Tom little town. been here old man was sufliring with asthma. He Welch, with whom she was intimate, ther Mil. M.W ItogR, who ha for everl week with the Florence Wash- had not been here long before the woman took them in charge and continued the ing Machine Cjmptny, Irfi ye'terdy for appeared on the scene, and Mr. Buell hav- search. They kept them from 10 at night Harrodtbuig. ing purchased a fit m neir Waynesburg, till I next nnruiog and in the Ditp Wr heard that John S Hosier, of the they went there to live as man and wife. Well Wools endeavored with threats and Winchester Sm, wan here thia week, but aa The citti.'Di citching on to the irregularity other means of intimidation Io force them he did not cill to eee u, we believe it weak of the proceedings, soon msde it unpleasant to tell the whereabouts of the woman The for them to remain there and Mr. Buell negroes claim that ther tried to hang them Invention of the enemy It 0 Ham. went to Somerset ye Mn rented a houte in Stanford and engaged and told them that their time had come. terday in response to a letter from the new Capt. Cook and wife to keep It for him. A One attempted to get away, but on being bank official, who, it it thought, with to day or two after their installation the wo- shot at, desisted, while the other put in his man ciue and said she intended to occupy lime piajiog. Squire Lirkea Wells, after f'ue him the position of teller in it. Tom Watteiison's friends here the room with Mr Buell. Here arcse bearing the evidence on both sides, acquitCol were trrated to a short visit from him this trouble again and the captain and family ted the accused, but held them for a breach He is living at Little Rick, Ark , indignantly left the establishment. The of the peace. They were immediately tried week. now and ju Jging from hii looks he is doing old man, who was pant 70. teemed to be by a jury and also acquitted of that charge. m well arid enjoying life. perfectly entbrilled by the woman, who is Capt. Frank Harris, who Piiomotions Mns. W. O Sweeney, of Lancaster, le.'s than half his age, and although they has been Chief Train Dispatcher on the passed down to Louisville Wednesday to l'iirre!;d and fought and he accused her Knoxville Division for sever il yenrs, reattend the marriage of her cousin, Miss once or more of trying to prison him, he ceived a Haltering notice from headquarContracted Scratches, Sciatica, Rlanche Orable, to Mr F. W. Lippild, could not shake her oil or return to the wo- ters this week of bis promotion to Mister Lumbago, Muscles, Bpraini, of the Eicbanje Tobc?o Warehouse. Eruptions, man he had wronged. He has in five years of Trains on the St. Louis division of Strains, the Rheumatism, Hoof Ail, Stitches, Burns, Ouit business maniger is tinder lasting spent owl of a fair fortune upon her and L iv N, with offi:e at Eraasville, Iod. No Screw Stiff Joints, Bcaldi, obligation to Mr. John J. Cummin, of it is eaid that she has worked him for all he man ever served a company more loyally Btinga, Worms, Backache, favors was worth, It ii elngular that they were Kockcastle, for very substantial Swinney, than Cipt. Harris and no man in the ser Bites, Galli, a friend is eel permitted to live in this community in while at M'. Vernon. Such Saddle Galls, Bruises, Sores, vice is more deserving of honorable recogPiles. dom found and we appreciate him when he open concubinage, but we suppose that the Spavin thorough gentleman in ev Bunions, nition by it. A Cracks. Corns, is. fact that the real state of afiairs wis not ery respect, he has won to him every man Sun. P. T. Downs, of the Knoiville known prevented an investigation, Mr. on the road and established himself in the THIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y tccompllahes for e erybody exactly what laclatmec: was here Tuesday, looking after Jenks, the attorney for the family, has gone Division, good will of every cilir 'ii of Stanford, and great popularity ot ona One of the interests of the line. There is hardly to Fentress county, Tenn,, where he died, all with one accord, while rejoicing in his for It,Mustang the rcaa Isfor tbe In lta unlveranl found Liniment the Everybody needs auch a medicine. a more capable or more courteous officer on to find out what he can of his business afgood fortune, will regret that he will no nuplknbllltr. The I.umbcrmnn needs it In case of accident. the road and the fact that he has worked fairs. County Clerk Q. B Cooper tells us longer be one of us. Good luck to him Tliollouacwifonecdaltforgcneralfamllyufe. himself from the ground up. so to speak, that when the Waynesburg farm of 191 ond his TheCnnnler needs It for his teamson bla mei. Mr. J. C. Florence, who had the rk Tlio .Mechanic needs it always shows the material of which he is made acres was originally bought by Mr. Buell "second trick" in dispatchei'e parlance, has . bench. for II 500 he deeded it directly to the Cur been promoted to Chief Dispatcher. This emergency. Tho Miner needs It in caso of LOCAL MATTERS. along without It. get tit woman, but that a half doz;n deeds is also n most deserving promotiou. Start-tin- e The l'lonccr ncedslt-ca- n't h Tiio farmer needs It in his house, his stable, bickwards and forwards had been male of a few years ago In an hum by T. R. Walton. on the road Bacon wauled and his stock) ard. it since. Lat fall he came to town and ble The Strnmbont mnn or Hip Hontiiinu needs position, he has by diligence and close Ky., sending for Mr. Cjopet told him to recIt in liberal supply afloat end ruhorc. The Commercial Hotel, Lauhvllle, attention worked himself up to one of the Tlio lloraofiincler needs it- -It ii his best has reduced Its rates to f 1 00 per day. ord a deed that he gave him as quick as he most important and his friends here, where friend and safeat reliance. nceda It- -It will save him be would pay him extra he cast his lot a number of years ago, look The Tut: bill of the eiBon will be given at could and that thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. for his baste. Tim was n deed of the land at bis record with pride and satisfaction and many Crab Orchard Springs The Itullrondiiinn needs It and will need It ao from Mnry Curtis to Jacob Buell, but be- Mr. Matt Woodson succeeds to his "trick" long as his llf e Is n round of accidents ond danger. of our young people will attend. The llnckvroaiWinnn needs it. There is nothfore the ink bad hardly dried on the record and a dispatcher from Montgomery will for tho dangera to life, summer is drawing to a cloee bsok a telegram was receiyed from the wo take the third We were in hopes that Mr. ing like It as an antidote Another aurround the pioneer. T. F. Spink would be returned here, but as limb and comfort b!ch itnbout his storeamong Bnd no circus yet. Ii'o over two years now man protesting against its entry and sayTlio merchant needs he is in direct line of promotion in the Accidents will happen, and when since cue raised its tents in Stanford. ing that it was illegal. The deed now Louisville office, it is uot likely that be hla employees. Mustang Liniment Is wonted ot once. these come the wishes to leaye stands from Buell to Reuben and Keep a Ilottle In tltu Home. 'TIs the best of License was issued Tuesday to Mr. II Curtis and tbe alleged consideration Mary economy. i... was KeepulloUlelnlliernctorr. Itstmmedlat F. Warner to marry Miss Elinbeth liege 12,500. As Mr. Buell had a wife and her The best remedy for chicken cholera ever loas of ware pretty little German girl of the colony name is not to the piper, it is illegal so far introduced here is Gaoler's Chicken Chole- use In cue of accident saTcs pain and Stable for a Keep n Uottlc Alnyaln tho as her dower Is concerne i, in this county, ra Cure. Try it. Sold by all drgggiitf. 21 eo when of mi f HuimaMmnMMMnM V. II Mll.LKH aolcl to J T. Fltrrin i lot scr on Lii;ri avenue in tif vxw n !2 ? WALSH, THE TAILOR, j::j For ue ii avkmik, :bomsirxiai5, P. S.-FI- ' NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. FLORENCE VmW: t-- MACHINE. ch 1SAXK NTOCK Court-hout- SaWfcsaasssK tl s9s9s1HbbbbWK jMBsjasUtV' llfofcRiiB srWWaSsMHsLMsaaiaSasm asflTakyHa"" t H? A. I H. 1 y, Aug.30,37,Sept.1,2,&3, Tbe inot perfect Machine erer intentcd. Wonderful saTln of lib, r aol et'llr operated. Ked Ihe lollowlm; teftlni'irila li u ladl nf II utLmvllle and t c nit) Tbla ia to c rllfy lta' the 1 inren WAhln Mf iitia 1 think it the only Machine we erer law that will iloa I Itclaluir It avsi mlng and ahor ed 1 Is will worth tbo pllcepald for It Mrs. J M Cook Mn O V Mrs.- -. K. ( van, Mrs. Ham ft, I. Mrs. J. P. Klfic. Mrs. T. .J. Hoblnion.Mrj. Ueow w IllUe, Mrs. J. T I.w. Mn. (I.C. Lyons, Mrs. S. O. Dryc, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs. Jcxejih Co!lj, Mrs J, K Haurrna i. Now Is your chance tosecuro the best Machine ot tho ao. We also bare testimonials from tbe following "tsnford Uidter. Sam Owtn, T. S. Doo-leKate Hays, S. 8. Myers, C. O. Wine and Mary Slraub. t. Su; FLOllEXVE WASH ISO JIACHIXE CU..V.1' DH. S. G, HOCKER. Hep.il', miters at Ur McALLIsTKH, r.uslneManager. tiourno's, Stanford. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. 1 THE FLORAL HALL, HOCKER & BRIGHT, (MTCJUESSOU TO XV. II. IIIHUIXS.) pre-tIo- ui dill-die- hard-worki- ng Wo will continuo to handle the justly cslebrated and most popular C00E STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still plnca tho OLIVER CHILL PLOW in thu lead of all others, where it justly doservos to be Ask your neighbor ia reference to its supjrtority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine tho BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW, In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All we ask is to give it a careful examination nnd trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. W. II. .Hi'KIWEY, KitlfNiitiisi. p (!., Administrator's Sale I ik, MUUCIIANT TAILOit -- I hate meiTed and atlll recetTing 5- - !New Goods for Spring and Summer l two-bor- Comprising the beat in the market, whlih wi m i Qotton Up in Stylo and Make Socond to Hano in City or Country GUf Me i Trlsil. WEAREN & MENEFEE nSHBSr9BDEuQBKHMHSASjf 4 BEAST! OUH.BB ii Mexican Mustang Liniment ', e. rMocU-crow- ACRES Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete thanf ever; behides fore, irom the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- All of ivork guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. Wo 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. H. GREEK. Ant.. HnntoiiTlllo, Ky. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. PaolQo Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Orleans and Toxas (Cincinnati Now Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. HEAIi IMIWN. TltAINSBOUTH. ' ItKAD Hv, 7. STATIONS. Dally. Ul. u. 8. 7' niir. am 10 50am 1115 am 7 Kz. tiu n 4 Dally f0. 5. Pally. Dally. TKAlNbNOKTIt. iS'o. 4, Ho. 6. ' Dally. Kx. bun Dally. Dally. a 03 p to) 9 00pm , 7 0S pm tl 33pm , 7 3.1 pw II Sip m 11 47 a mi 8 Ol p m 12 21 a in , 1221 ami 8 43pm 12 33 am1 8S9pm 12 45 a m J 10 p ui 1 15 a ui 1 53 p in a m, 2 2 45 p m 6 55 a w 25 p m ... 8 45 a m U SO p til 8 SO p m 3 35 a m 8 00 p ra 8 00 a in 11 M am 10 00 p mi 5 10 p m 85 105am. it C42p m 10 25 au 6 40 am 37p mi 7 27 a mi 4 10 am 3 20h nil 7 oua in 3 48 a m zinguin 2 Sip m 6 27 a in f3 23a m Nlcholaullle.. , .UarrodabnrR Juoctlun.. 2l8p m ts 47 a m 206 p in 5 32 a m 2 38 a m Diinrllle ISO p to 5 20 a m, 2 28 a m Junction City , 12 19 p m KlD?a Mountain L'tc.. Inclnnail I Ciporjeiowa ..'ti ........ Somerset.. Oakilale Cbattunuoa tJirinlDgliJUi i615am lt 15 .MerlJlau ....New Orleans ...MerMian Kmaw. .,,,.., , 1135 a Ill 8 10 a in SOOa m 10 35 p m 700p m 4 ) 9 00 a m 30p . 1 10 9 10 0 31 to 40 6 20 3 45 8 33 ....... a m p m ............. am pm a in, a m, p ml m... ...- -. .......... - ii m wrt. ..........I No. 9 Imto. OakJale dally except Sunday, at 6 15 a. m ArrlTlng at Chattinoiji at 9.J0. No. to Imtm CbatUnooga at 4.30 p. v., arriving at Oakdale at 7.15 r. si. Mann Boudoir Buflot Bleaplng Cars on all through trains. H. COLLBRAN.aen'l Frt. A Fasr. Agt., JOHN C. OAULT, Oin'l Managor, B. X. KYAN, Aast. Gen'l Fit. A Pass. Aient, K. CAKKOLI., Uen'l Hupt., W. W. WELLS, tiuparlntondent, Somerset, Ky eneral Offices, Bt. Paul Building, West Fourth etrtet, Cincinnati, Oto 8 00 a m 6 55 pin,., 710p HI,.. pm ., iJUrereport. ,. .T. P Junction. -- ..VkksburK- -.. 300 am 655 p m 8,C0am 750 am i f JOURNAL Brooklyn a nopuliitloii of ono million mid "ov York City two millions. In describing tho mannor In which an alligator makes a meal, a sojourner in tho Bo u th says his 'gatorshlp recllnos at caso with his jaws distended lor tho accommodation of uncousclous nnlmuls, reptiles and insec's that find an cntraucc, when, having concluded that there is n good mouthlul assomblcd, ho shut down on them, and after introducing t lie in to his interior, repeats tho performance. It Is tho opinion of practiced observers of human life that tho man who lives tho longest is the ono of medium size, with slightly llorld complexion, short ucck, rounding instead of square shoulders, largo hands nml feet, deep chest, and witli tho bump of sillmoiitiveness well Uovcl-iipeThis sort of man Is slow to nnger, cm I in an tneditattvo, mid is not tho ono to make mountains of mole hills. Whim: llsliing in n mountain stream in the Gunnison valloy, Col., an obsorviug gentleman witnessod the singular death of a large nutiilwr of trout. When ono of these e.imo to tho surfaco of the water, n mosquito would lly at him and drivo his trunk into tho little crcaturo's brain. Winn the mosquito flw away tho little tish turned over dead In the courso of half un bour, tho observer saw somo twenty trout killed in this way. A ha he mid beautiful brood of milch cow known u the "Dutch-belted- " breed, is being iutiiH.uccd into tins country, which, It ii sii.il. is the highest nltnlninont of . soiuotitti' breeding ever It is a native of Holland, in which country the breed is owned exclusively by the nobili-ty- . The peculiarity or the cattle is a broad, white bolt nround tho body, tho re-- of tho milmal being onttroly Wad:. It is said u riewof those animals gr. ut in tho low lands of Holland is n truly imposing sight. Tiis tlrst violin is said to havo been elaborated from an aueiont viol in tho sixteenth century. Gaspado dl Ualo was tho llrst I'olebratod maker, nftr whom camo Andreas Annul and his sons Jerome and who maintained the reputation of tho Cromona school. Nicolas, tho son of Jerome, excelled his predecessors in tho art, nnd produced the sweetest sounding instrument of that day. Subsequently Utradivarius, a pulpil of Nicholas Amati, attained a world-wid- e reputation for superiority in tho art of nud his imtruinenU aro In many cases pricew 111 $ It is EXTRACTS. computed that ton yenrs henco liiwo FAMILY SUGGESTIONS. CcLVcntZED charcoal is rocommondod us nn excellent cloausor of knives and Miction utensil. Mui.ted ico often serves as a substitute for dlttlllod water iu any but tho most del-le- a to operations. Tne bonuty of hardwood or stalnod plno floors depends upon their being kept HOOKED-NOS- E SALMON. Drunkennesi or tho Liquor Habit Fositivoly Cured by admlnlitorlng Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. 'Iff J a hair broom every morning and washing once a wook wilt secure this. When there is much dust n damp cloth must follow tho when they infest tho pronusos is to saturate a sponge with somo sweetened liquid unit place it accessible to the Insects. Whan they discover it thoy will swarm through it, when it may be thrown into boiling water. PnorLE who can not over-worko- bright and froo from dust; sweeping with broom. An excellent mothod of destroying nnts I'f drink cold milk rROYALBS;.s.J W AT often ilnd it palutablo and bonellclnl when ,$$(-- 3 taken ns hot ns possible. Upon somo tired d persons It has an exhiland ES55& ; arating effect. The milk should bo fresh C nnd heated as hot as possible without V7'JT'SJI boiling. M lvonv may bo cleansed with a new soft ,.. KHar" . tooth-brussoap nt.d tepid water, then !.--i.iffa dry the Ivory and brush well, dip the latter In alcohol ami polish the ivory until it hns regainod its former sheen. If the AS. water gives the ivory a yellowish tint, dry s:-i- . ' ! object iu u heated place. If age lias llis yellowed it place the object under a ball-jawith a small veiscl containing llmo nud muriuto acid; sat tho whole iu tho sunshine. Flow bus may be proserved Indefinitely by being placed In wuter In which a small quantity of spirit of chloroform lias been dropped, In un vessel with a glass shade covering. Take, for expert incut, n soup plate, place the 11 nvers In tho water, adjust tho shade and till nbovo 3NT3EJ"Wthe odge with water, so as to render it It is said llowers may be prserved in this manner for months. TLlst powiler nerrr TrlPt. A niarr..) el itrfDi-tMure economic ind wholrKimomvis. A siTEitioit cement for fastening knives than Ihe ontlturr klnJs nnd can not Isi folo nnd forks into their handles is made by conistlton with the multltuJ of low teat .ihon melting one pound of colophony, bought of siwJert. SilJonlj lu weight itluui or Koyal IUki.no I'ownicr, nuy druggist, and eight ounces of sulphur. rani. 106 Wall Strwt. Nt York It may bo kept in a bar or reduced to powder. Take one part powder and mix with Iron tilings, lino sand or brick dust, nnd fill the cavity of the handle, then heat tho 1,01' IS SCII LYAIVA., stomof tho knife or fork and insert. When coli it will be found to Iks Jlrm In its place. Indei.i.iui.k ink for marking linen Is maJo as follows- - Dissolvo liltll'Iii.M). Kl MKKt. less. unco of nitrate of silver in one ounce of Photograph! iu all styles and sizos. It Is relatod of an enterprising Gorman water and add strong liquid ammonia until confectioner who traveled to Constanti- the precipitate llrst formed is redissolvod. Pictures in India Ink Crayon and nople in hjureh of omployment, that in a Add one and a half drachms of gum mucilWater Colors. smgu.ar manner ho obtained cud now oc- age and enough tlnaly powdered indigo or cupies the position of to tho other coloring matter to ronder tho writK. n't an I MiMjit Saw Jm1;i'.i rr lo Sultan nt a ory comfortable income. As ing clearly visible. Tho writing is maJo l'rlMs. tho result ot much pertinacity tho con- black and tudelllble by passing a hot iron fection wns set to making pastry as a test over it. For lino work buy ink especially of his power in tho an. ..ad his success was prepared for artists' use in etching. 0 complete (hat he win engagpd right off L.UGiiTKi: in tho house Is a sure euro for AND r C;-e'- I , TV. Wat a salary of 530 piastres a month. Hut tho many Ills, imnlna-'- ones, that assail -J ! bettor luck still awaltoi lum. Tho pastry tho domestic circle. The womnii who hns SALE Fiiriil-(un-uim.1 ill hIuioh huvo 011 liaml u lurye mill jnlfcl lliio found Its way to tho Sultan's tablo and a bright cheerful disposition dispels one-haI l'iil-rlHKur(JiumIh. My prlccH will l hn lou un miicIi his Highness was so pleased with it that Matin rentMl the itaMoon Xeot itreot, I am of those that are real. Slio may not I reparirl to Iriln aol iirak hornx ou rrawnatlv ho made the stranger from Germany his oe mo ojsi UooiIm can (Jivu mi lnnnlii In flit- ll irlul nml 3011 tno ureal may lenm. County Court ilay train Kollrltnl confectioner at once, with 1,000 piastres a not always bo light or tho potatoes dono to n. r.t iti'KXTKit, Mill Im cninliKTil lliitt 1 Hi'll linri-- r lliuti flit) ltiufMi. month for making pies. fcunloij, Ky a turn, or the button i always in place, but t eke a person to be told that a dog oue forgets them when she is by in her could tell n lie they would regard it as a readiness to mako tin best of every tiling Tfce Best strange assertion, vet such a thing is pos- as it comes. Homo in a measure is what IN A TERRIBLE PLIGHT. sible as was demonstrated by a Chicago the proslJlng spirit of tho Iiousj makes it, Wukrproof dog recently. He wus taught to go to tho bnghtjst or tho gloomiest spot on LONDON. KY. A Swell Society Womiltl Mlscowrs Tluit market with a bnskct in his mouth, nnd earth. j; F.B.RIL.EV, Proprietor. Her Costume Is Oil'. To mvke a raspberry sherbet uso live when tho article desirod was not obtainala mj whti. i I Tirt?u HKwineMntKnu ble, to make it known by barking. On ono quarts of red raspberries, two quarts of The women under the parasols oue day ltoii-alrl -'lliorou-clil- y I Tit nml llrfur-ilslie- il occasion ho set tho basket down to attend wine vlnogar, eight khiikU granulated on Coney Islnnd soon discovered that - - I M.u. !. U: s 9 f. I J 1'nre ' Itiroiicliiiut to auothor dog that had offered him an sugar. Gently unmh tho berri.-s- , put tnein something was wrong, soys the New York affront, and it was carried homo by an into n kettle, add tho vin.Yir. As Mrs. H. took a souo up and nml rtiiiHiiiiiililo prlt'OH. Ihiy unit iiIkIi! ' acquaintance of tho family. Upon discov- egar and stir tlin-- tunes a day for a wo.'k, down she wns not nn expert swimmer It Inl iih nre met ly polite l'lirlPrnof I III keeping the kettle well covered meanering his loss tho dog was very much was noticed that surrounding her the lioimlar lloiiHi. but rushing homo ho secured an while. Strain it through a close flannel water took on varied color. cloth. Mix ono pouud of sugar with the old backot from tho yard, and depositing "Tho dyo is coming out of thot gown," it at the feet of his mistress, wont through seed pulp, work It well and stralu. Put all paid one. hss dog maimer of saying the market was the syrup together Into tho kottle, add tho "I should soy so," screamed another, rest of tho sugur and boil and skim till tho "why, she'll dye us all." out ot the desired article. lit IN si , lilCIIMO.M) KY no longer form, then bottle, while "Never say dye," said n third; "rather The city of Philadelphia was tho seat of skum B. WJCLLIS, tho llrst Contmontal Congress, at which hot, and seal. It is dtlutoJ with cold water will she tho 'multitudinous sons incarna!i07rp:rt Notts & Miululppi Valloy C:. placo its sessions continued until Decem- and drunk like the lemon sherbet. dine.' " But here sho stopped, for ono of iKora gooil Table Fon tin preservation of hoasehold stores the rod splashes landed on her white suit Auil clran acd well fumlihed rixiiiu, thl Hotel ber, 177u Until March lollowing its sesDY DAYLIGHT sions were held nt Baltimore when it re- tho following suggestions are made: Hams and it was seen that a llgure had come oil bai no uTlor. (iood sample room attcr-l- . Through the CANONS ol NEW RIVER and icroii IK iWlUU- li 00 r .lay may uo wrapped in paper and pacKod in a intact. sumed Philadelphia as its point of assemand the BLUE RIOGE. patting WHITE , ALLECIUNIES till DUllO CDOILPC at. .4 .Ika. CI...... - IL. blage. In September tho British succoss barrel of ashes. Smoked ham orbeefaftor "Why, Mrs. Billings," some ono cried, Alleghany Mour.Ulnt in Virginia. at Unuidywlno placed tho city at the being cut can bo hung In a course linen bag "those patterns wore just stuck on!" inorcy or tho enemy, and Congross was tied closely to keep out Hies and hung in a Hero somo one caught hold of the dross. ! SOMERSET finsstjukmes climate in ASISBICA. cueeso suouiu oo Kept in a It turned u soft mnss in her hand. removed to Lancnstcr, Pa., where its ses- cooi piacu. sions wero continued from (ioptomber 30, tight tin box. Cake should bo kept in a tin A 8PECIFIO FOR Obienallon Cars trooi Kanavtha Falls to Chiflotln-titl"Oh, henvons!" yelled Mrs. II., "It's 1777, until July 177-- :. The 2d of July of or wooden lox. Hrend should not Iij 'Breahlut to Supper) from April lit to Oecem washing oif." Tills 0iular entorir.o l Iji solng ti Hie li onl to tho air. Codlhh should be moved tho last montionod year witnessed lt3 reKlr in lh "Squat down iu the water!" screnmod as oneamoDC the teijr tat StrrKMIIKK Stte, utr III. ISTII turn to Philadelphia, where its delibera- from garret to ccllnr. All salted provisions one. Their next merlin Utlnt ONLY SOLID TRAINS Mllh PULLMAN CARS ' tAY" In aJdltlnn to lltxr-a- l inclCONTIKUK.H tions were continued uutil Juno 30, 17SI must to kept under the brine. Decayed "Fetch an utnltrelln!" a m atow rlD( tiremiuiui they oiltr II 'UiQ lu November f, 17s3, Congress onvened at vegetable should not bo kept iu the collar i3 t "Bring a liarrel!" purt. UactT,ry ilay, l.oraci ialil linenI L:sI:7lllo, Cincinnati, and Loslnctrs, t: Trenton, N. J., and tho following Jnnuary nnd cellars should bu whitewashed to be u,.l,r...c.i -and , "Who's drowning"'" sung out Duncan Do r. M. mile starte.1In(iro'iiptly at Ti orfr tho The nuiiaceine'.t the track halt its sosions wore removed to New York, kept sweet and clonu. Witt Do Wolf, tlio swell man of the party, liarc parcl no palm or Mate to link a tne exponin 1 neat rug which continued to bo the place of mootA gav an may b3 male with dashing in unions them. uifcllD all other" t heap rHi or ing until 17W. Hero it was that tho con- bright pieces of woil carpet. Old salt ba;s You can't Imagine w hat .111 excitement ou nil the itailreadi lur both loin and bum 1 stitution was adopted and tho llrst Fed- make a very goo I foundation on which to there wns. Those on shore Ieveltd their ittIkkIv Inrlleil. N. 31. IttXtXi:, Svn-rtaveral Congress ahsembled under that con- bow the strip of carpet. A nico s.ze for a glasses, mid every one I'm HIANOK OY I IF!, creal If l.k n stitution, with Georsc Washington Presi- large rug is a yard and a linlf ling by up. There was Billings in the water swam nil lint molting intin rim-lot ia'.kerul lieaioldnl SW dent, in March, Ui'X Iu l.w Philadelphia threo-fourt- l s wide. Cut tho plecoi of carFOR SALE! IXJOK to pulp. De Witt Do Wolf inn up to tho T' "A' rs,"miiletl fr became tho capital for ten years, nnd in pet on tho 1) as, two inches wi do and ns liiUDrirn) ltrarLATon Co., Atlanta, (It I hath houses and got 0110 of the old blue 1A."N-E- , CI IfcOJ tho cnpltal was removed to Washinglong us the pieces of carpot, Bring oacli Connecli In lame depot In Washington lor ton. edge out half an inch. Put two of these jeuns things they rent for twonty-llvcents to the men, and came back with it, I will nn the preml-c- i fell at public auction BALTIMORE, Lo.vo beforo tho age of chivalry quaint strips together, ono on top of tho other, 10 the hljbeat bidder, ou R I PHILADELPHIA, ideas were oxtuut regarding feuthors, and and then sow them togothor lengthwisu ami poor Mrs. Billings got Into it and scuttled out of the water us soon ns she could. NEW YORK. n wuio of our sayings owo their on the foundation. Make other strips and Gobs of Mint Japanese dress wero wnsln.il H.lTUItD.lV. AIIU.20TII, ISS7, Direct route- to origin to tho waving plumes. "Toplumo sow thorn so closely on tho foundation that "itliM-.'Jru-K Tbc followlog pioperty LYNCHBURG, one's self" comes from the Hungarians, it will bo entirely covered nnd tho fringe ashore, and most every ono had a little red ami greo.i worsted ball that onino off tlio who placed in tiie.r caps a leather for onus win lorm atiiicic mat. DANVILLE, Well improYed New Dwelling and out Iulldin2, Shortest and Quiokoat Routo from Oe And all poJnti In each Tuilc killed, and therefore wero dec- - . Mvnv a passionate chill rules tho house- scallops to keep as a souvenir of the event. well watered and 5 miles (nun .Stanford, en tli tral KontucKj to all Point horth, tho dirt road between tilaoford .1 Dautllle VIRGINIA nnd NORTH CAROLINA. nrntcu ncconuiig to nior. Tho uso of tho hold. Tho Ilttb- baby on Its mother's ktioi Tlio Japanese stuff was mado of paper, it Ituili liraiicli pike, V Acrei olKOOd Corn, S head East, Wost nnd 8ontbweut. white feather us a s:?n of withdrawal goes Into passion because Its dinner Is seems, ami began to resolve itself the minof Homes and Mules. VO Cattle, a lot of Iloijt ute it was wet into the pulp it was originfrom a contest or as a truce undoubtedly withheld from hiii, or sown toy Fait I.Iiib Hot iri d TICKETS IN SEASON- .Drill, llaleaand WaKomuud other Karndri; arose lrom tho fact Unit ,n leaving tho Ho slirioio mil strike) his ally composed of. It was 11 narroiv ecnpe him. Hon leholl and Kllrhen rurnltiirn. N'.i. i I . IiKXIiTO,V V H. )! Hell tho white feathers wero tho most mothor, nud tho mother says: ' Poor little for Mrs. Billings. J. T. I.AXIt. " Daily IN nrrkcT JUMt N. 1 easily seen. Tho Kast Indians and tho boy. ho has such a passionate nature; ho l.x Pun THE WRONG CARD. Tbrough tliknti aud baggage rlieckod lu an North Ainorican Indians bollevo J that can't b3 crossed," and yields to him. Sho , destination reacbml by railroad. feathers endow their owner with tho vices ought to spii'ilc lilin ipauk liim hard For lull particulars, tall on any ienl of the V) a le anil ll.ippliiek l.ut by a Single) I.e liii'nl .'.e er virtuos of tho biid It qui which they aro for bt'ing In a passion, and give him noth' lneii:ilili) llliiuclei-- . xitiKliin Arr I" ei.'i II(l SO aa in rouimiy,nr e) K. fl. MORSE, plucked, and as the peui .ok is vain, ing till his passion has cooled. Tlio child, I). A.KKKI.EV ' Win to ""Ulpti r inn Ui U hi W'o huvo nil soiiiii Mid moments in our il a M Uin.raM. Agent, " CIihiIiiihtiI'.IV l luiiri' It ) greedy, he ran scarcely endow though he be so young that lie can not Trn. I'au. Agent, . in nail secrets flint nro imt immoral or ' I'.IcIiiiioii s I ..(V?.T.l",nni tl" I Kl p u CHICACO Rr ,(j- CO) iOUI'Vllte StwAlBAHTi llntiin, Ki mio with all the virtues. Tho Tartars speak, if ho were old enough to lift his list lives, ji in f, ,1 N " Newport New p in llli.E. IIUNTIMIT'IN' HeWi.r. lirmly bollevo that he who touches u beau-tilu- l and strike a blow, dosorves punishment, crimiiinl or any tiling liko Unit, Miyn iv (ieneral lollivs. CoTliiglnn Ky " Old 'ollil I'limliri iinipii 77 00 p in woman with a kingtUher's fenthor needs to have u lesson of repression taught writer in tlio Sun Francisco Chronicle, but "' Nurfulk 411 p Kiui'ily moments of unhuppy accident or ' o p in j M p in ' WsuhlliKlon will gain her love. Peoplo who can appro-riut- o him. I '' i in II :f pin " MRltliimrf . painful htupidlty. Don't you recollect, (or tin) beauty of tho line ostrich feutii-ei- s Tastv satchets aro mado of throo shades .1 iki :i I'O n in l'nilnl- ipni . LKAVIHO 1I0TII- cMii Imagliio the appearance of hclmots of gros grain ribbon. Tho rlbbans uro iiistuiico, tlio tiuio w lien j'our best jlrl wunt-ei- l n a C 70 a 11. i .... New York you to tuko her to tho tlieuter and you formed entlroly of them; nud yet thoy frayed to form a deep fringe at tho bottom wroto to licryoiMcro woro hick nnd con- LOUISYILI4B A GiWOIX.VATl wore so usod by tho iiiiLi-iitKale- - liif.riu il'oii. For te, apply at without a and are joined to form a bag, which isllllod thought, apparently, of their ornamental with cotton well sprinkled with tho fnvor-it- fined to your bed, nml her younger brother Ticket ollii e or iiildrmi Dalljr, secure to .STANFORD. K V I l Vi I.I KM V It H value. perfume powder. Fancy stitching Is told her next morning ho hud been out at 1, 1" ""-- ' M Vic- Hiwldeni. prizo-flgh- t California's vineyards ore attracting waio on either stdo of nil tin scams; tho u Don't you with you!" nml I li inn. nd. Vii. P.. H. BDKNSIDF;, l"iiln lie, Kt. fiJIPIfl SERVICE remember, kick yoursulf THE the attention of tho world, yot few who top of the bag is faced with silk, and fur enough below tho top to forma full, protiy when you think of it, tho timo you wanted fiavo not visited tho wonderful Stato can rcalizj their full extent. As nn example, frill it Is closed by n wldo feather edgod to show her tho pretty letter you had from Kver attempted lietween tho ureal commercial ThiB Old and Woll - Known A the vineyard of Senator Stanford Is hero ribbon, that Is gracefully tied with an Im- your mother about her, nnd you gavo hor thoUhhlllTer and t hleutju, and henc Hotel Still Maintaine lt Greet- instead a dunning noto from tlio jeweler the lattnat time and mutt eotnfurtalilo tralna described: It extends for soveral milos mense bow, tho words "Blrth-dnHiprh Hoputation. all oolnte in South, or to Um np and down on each sulo of tho road as ing," ombroldercd in bullion, decorating for tlio haiidhoinu brucelut you gave her ns aud Xorilnrent. thThe counterpart of tbit Went JOURNAL THE INTERlUrt train present on tho Christmus beforo? Thoro on all trunk ilnva is denominated Tim Limit-I'l- l you approach Vina, and back from tho tho loops. Any preferred colors may bo And in l.nill.tllle AND road as far as tho oyo can reach. Jn somo selected for tho satchot, throo shades of uro worno contretemps thnt you recollect KarvreMH. The suerb rolling stock wh Rivea patrons Villi ml trtl t'omfuvt. places the vinos are large, in othors thoy heliotrope, green, bluo or yollow being es- occasionally, I know, but thuy would not -Courii-r- At all Coupon Ticket Offlct lu the tiouth Iti Proprietor it Doterminod havo just been sot out, and in tho lntter pecially very effective. Tho ribbons niaj look pretty In print. you will find our time tables and tickets, raj Jlo-mltBharibsHeoond to I nm reminded of the subject by tlio get Jlottun aud atlck to JIohou, if caso they aro supported by un army of be of different colors. One year for only j:t -- two piptrs lor llllli Hotel in the8tate in iti Far. So mi: persons claim that thoy cannot diof 11 fellow who dressed roil want to wre uioner and bare a pleaaaul JourTills vineyard contains 3,500 stakes. wore tliau the price one K. O.MrUOKMICK, ney. Appointmenti, or Atten- ncres, nnd is tho largest iu tho world. gest ihocolnte, whilo othors say it docs not himself up In his best nnd went ono even(loueral I'astengor Aent. Cuicago. tion to Comfort of More vines aro being sot out every year. nourish thorn, but In tho former cuso it is ing to call upon tho protty daughter of n City Ticket nnd Olllcers: u Jl ymi will rec le lor ohm yeai lly paying their Oaeiti The prettiest sight of ull aro tho old Greek very likely that inferior or badly mado rich man, upon whoso fortune ho was E. A. IIUCKMKR, 227 4tn Ate., loulivll!e, Ky. your home ).aper wlib tbe l, Vtue St., Cincinnati, U vluos, which form the uuclcus of vinoyard. cho'colato has been usoJ, whilo lu tho latter building great hopes of futuro happiness. I. M: ToaaKNCK. new,iaper n nn- i.niili, democrat-ican- d fur a urlrt lor eveuu only and tile U't. llaiKaxe nlll be probablo that thoy do not oat heartily Ho rang tho bell, bunded his card nnd wns These vines nro all old and stand fully live it is oonfeyed to ssdtrumih. , brlgbtoatund alileM taiulli Keenly in tlie Unltod free of rtim, feet high. Tho trunks are lurgor than a enough of other food. Lot any ono who shown Into tho pnrlor. In n inlnuto tho fecial Htalea. 'I hone wun ileir- - mi exaiiiinv u sample to CommerrUITrafelora. any digestivo powor loft cat u hearty old gentleman himself came dow 11 w ith tho will man's arm. Tho branches aro trimmed has WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, copy of the Cnurlei I .n" . ei do i al lhi etbee "Ith ta. choir"" off at tho bottom nud allowed to grow out moal and then drink a largo cup of good, curd in his hand. Llmnrs and Claarn chocolato, nnd throo hours nf ut the top, until tho vineyard looks liko nn STANFORD, KY. "Wo aro very glnd to seo you, Mr. xva re nlltlly tr everything will havo beou perfectly Imt I don't think you intended tillsJones, your li rtmfly orchard of young poach trees, nnd thoy uilI.. curd ( rllAuiltHra ke .nl- IiHB F UVVVUAfi aro all pruned off sn evenly that thoy digested. It is an easy thing to experi for us." n t l.lccl, WALTON BROS. - - Proprioto a to t kays. yg U's sold centl.ltr. nm ono level Moor of green ns tlin urn ment, and if any man who has indulged too make J""VOi:rftutl h tc7 it 13 rv j sc iv u I 'x It wns a pawn-ticket- . s1 n lm vrjf ift.a it " wino, r wiio mis uoon uopriv od MM sutatitrictur.. t.Atgttn ftimf.ciKn. glances across them. The vinos nlroady lr.cc dTAM-'OUD- , KY. mo 'cultles dulled, EJS U Mealy by lh. Alr-iiu bearing require tho attention .. of sovernl ! ?f 8loeI'.. li ll"a. M lilu A custom with I. T. Uoriium Is to udvho A I.l.l, ., j tno grnues i linn itlnir it i iil lt nn ...., li'itnta tlin tunntlwin ..,......, ... ,.v. ... every man who VJllTKiCtoriui:. mcv-bo1 ,., ,, (,011 side hundred men to take care oi has n wife to glvo her it Blaeof Stage, Sluift'i. Eight toiunleteselk oi Hidl lluilwn.S. Y ow tlio Myers .Hotel. Clcclnntl,BWM ery. tk'ullng rapailty, lncludluK gallery, tiny produce, nnd i Will tllkO n Sllinll u"ulm""1"" - . m unuu it ui ui uiu uusi- signed temperuuon pledge us u Now ihocolnt"', wel. nude mil mixol with am- Year's rater to X4ae U" uuu'"'-Httracitout. army of men to attend tho crop each year lsqul?U,U, gift- .- X. Y. .Mail. ' " "e I .u .3M m 1. 00, riUr aw..0u.Ui uticu all tho yum gel w bearing. 1 nowly-lintetie- il r, ro.u-hod- air-tig- t air-tigb- i. An-toul- violin-makin- one-four- th or y lf nouse-Koep3- r; h Slorlcs Kwr Concooloil. The Cnrlon river Is n wild, turgid stream, fed by tho great glaciers at tho hasoof Mount Tncomn. It tears down through n region Indescribably grand nnd picturesque, nnd ns it rushes onward toward Puget Sound other streams join It until it Is n broad and sweeping affluent. Almost nil tho way along this river llsh nud wild nulmnls of many sorts are to bo found Iu abundance. Henry Thoriulyke, of Carbonado, Is nt a down-towhotel. "Did you over hear," said ho the other ilny to u Son Francisco J'jcaminer man, "how the boars llsh for salmon on tho Cnr-Iki- ii river? They do for n fnct. I Ilvo on the margin of tho river, nnd I pledge you my wonl that in the Bottomless 011111011, twelve miles from my home, I havo seen ns iunni ns throe bears within a scope of n milo silting at the river's brink and llsliing ns industriously ns nny man you ever saw. Others iu the same vicinity have soon many of them oftentimes. They nro black hour--- nnd live iu the thick woods along the stream. The llsh they pnrtioulnrlv liko are tho d salmon, n large flxh, not well liked by most persons on account of their nge. The llsh up iu the Carliod river, nnd, loiiig unmoltsted by men, stay tliero. The noses of tho old ones are long and hooked. "The boars sit on tho of the truiui, watch their chance nud .wi-H them up ns they como along. There's n xrent nmin in tho river, nnd, Mng largely untnulet. d, they nre pretty tame. The lers oftn rnko out fish there that art- n couple of nr more long. "Woll, so many of thene do these hours oat that people do like the lioar moat. It i so llshy. There-sui- t is that it is an nlmlghty country for bear-!- , too. There nre lots of them, and thov aro ns tat ns butter. From one end of tho Carbon rier to the other lnrs in profusion nre to lie found. "Myself nnd Tim Worthlngton of Wilke-sokilled last January iu n three-dus' hunt nine bnr, nml we could have killed a great ninny more if we had wanted to. Tim boar meat is not tinctured up with the taste nml smell of tish so much iu January ns at other times of the enr. But didn't save all the meat. It would been far too much trouble to got it down. "Three or four hunters left for up there the follow ing month and they got somewhere nUiut thirty Ivears before they stopped. Like us, they were principally after the skins. "They went far up iu the snow only a short distance from the glaciers and had to bring down their meat and skins on toboggans. "Thoy IihiI no accidents, but they run several narrow risks. It is rather dangerous hunting for lieiir in that region. Tho country is so now and wild that men uro rarely soon ami the bonrs havo it nil their own w ay oxeopt when thoy collide with other w ild animals and w lieu thoy do it is not often they got left. 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