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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887081601 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. mmi - , trtiof mtftroi STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1887. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTT. VOL. XVI. Stmi-aStethl- NO. 255. y Interior $ounisI -- AT I'tibt lulled Ttirnit4iuiaml I'rltlnv tJM I'1311ANNUM,CA.HU. W will I unJerstood If we credit that II pecte-- l toJ deinsridol. ei to have been left with Mr. C bv his father : ! when he moved to Indiana in 18G3. The -- w atetmalon by the wajon load are Tote Wallace suggests that Judge to Bell rorty-llr- e rr,case was dismissed. Mat Winsted was Fifty Shares Of Farmers JiatlOnal lonsl Hank ttockot Stanford.Shares of First Nat-kU not MM private-Baniold on our fllreet daily Carson'.i unnkey that whs drunk he sum tried in four or five liquor case and fined MV.'iT" publlcly Couaty of Stanford tor Sale. Considerable prepiration being moned lo appear before U'e grand j irv ai are ! ! $25 in each. An appeal was taken nod I will aell thp aLoTO etock liefore the loirl made for our Fair, to be held 6ptembr 8 this p'ace. -will he carried io tha higher coutt. An home iloor la StaatorJ, County Court Jay, '.1 and A teller from our old friend, Jaime indictment has been returned against Wil-lettBoyd left Siturday for Pine-vill- Klavin, at HeIenoM,TexH, tells tint Kbt, 4.J4-ftlJUllUlSUUlU IUIUC1 UUUC1, HO. U. Vowels for the killing of Willie Live-saI will dellTtr to regular eiitotnsrs li Stanford whern hn courl conTen&d Momlar. Newcorrb, who left here wetk, hs arm vicinity everr tuornloj nt five months since. Young Vowels was Warring fnctton are prevalent in thi a position m night operator at Bren-baacquitted at his examining trial. Ml, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. I5ANK STOCK - kanic I'l'h stock fob sale e ude ht y ,... i-tf ' J'uvhh, ei. :ICE! ICE! ICE! One Cent Per Pound. Ml W. P. WALTONHUSTONVILLE. - ,1, tVellj DrIIle.l to outer aaJ lumps fjriu.sW Another soap factorv burned in Louis at Uctory prlcei. ville, the SDUtbrn; loss $1S,000. arce The Stock writer U ejlri-metRev. G L Surlier preached at the i E. I suiJally opening an elegant line of The twelve mpper head snake that ry iuht ( and corn cr.)j "ill h Christian church Sunday morning and bummer Millinery, Including all nere killed by S.eve H ibinson lal week un Ihni no amount o( rain demon' t: evening. The Latest Novelties of the Season. Kiund S one were traveling towird thi will revive It before next upring. Jsmes I, Hamilton spent Sunday in to ti'e a place. Probably they bad beard of the DANVILLE. KY. The deputy "hmll ha been, Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars Lincaster. He seem? pleased with his new and CuHs, Huchlng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. Yo-- i demand for .naktM here to do the bi'ing net 1'H '" nlli rV expreMlon "a busy ' oppo agent will Bod we at the rooini Has rouiore.1 to hlielegint now butllla? position as mail vnrata.1 hv Kmi. for those wanting the drink. eter prepir- - le A Warren, next door to !!lvMvr ifnni,. letter thn cite of wind," among! in for name dav; A nice shower lajt nigl.t mskeour cit! sitetothe i0Jt ihceand lipublic tain tine tii turea ith ed accomuio-latthe lCMra KATK ntfnnn-tr.- i it. and I ijaor men of this d'cni-t- y Tne distillers but ha bourne iiluHeli ith a quirt from Photographs to lifslci. O.IU31.111I 'U S1WI ' zena cheerful and the temperaruro delight county Inyo employed ounel teed. aud AVHK3. ffll, J.VS. .. OtVK 13. highly praise worthy. ful this, Monday, morning Hotiry Public tbntigh the court of app-a'- s to IJIaJteunn and Thompson -- The Court Will begin here on next Circuit the constitutionality tf what is known a & College, j and Mie Thompson anil F.ird will open Mondav, 22J. The docket will be larger llJiton-Title- , the live county act, paeit by the legislaIhrirttehool at L'riritln than usual, as many suits have been AT ALKX. S. 1WXTOX, l'KES. ture some years since, forbidding the sale brought. Monday Spiv mbe r Vh. Thorough in 311 Fifth Street, of liquor in the five counties mentioned in miction fur male and female Oenteel Kev. Joe A. Munday preached a serNext seiiiou will bejln ou - IOTJISVIJCX,13, the act. It isclaimed that two cl&U'e in mon to men only Sunday ICY. hoarding. Low rate. afternoon, in Rooms 3 and 5. Crorale Biork. invalidate the whcla. the bill Thursday, the 1st of September (l.'d.ly.) which he ceo red the poor fellows unmerciTf Joe A. Mundar in Lancaster. ().ir stock I now full and cociplet. A fully about Ibeir sins. He has without Instruction thorough, and discipline kind, but (To the Editor of the Iktiiior JoiastaL PEARSON & CLARK, splendid line of clothinc; dry goods in doubt gone all the gaits. flrui. (Iraduates on lour dlJerent lourses arrangSince my arrival in Kentucky onr year ed to suit the tastes and capacities of girls. OiIr.i abundance, ihots and shoes, hals and cap, special attractions in the Daoutxoats ot Art and i ujiich of Lnnctter, the One of the best financiers in the county ince, I have he ard Musk, gend for catalog ue. Hardware and a very large assortment. ! took 10 shares in the bulldiog and loan aspeiple who reide her .tad the humes estable cutlery; harneis and saddlery; farming sociation the other day and gave a check li nd tine horr and "red tablishment LEXINGTON, KY. implements, etc. The largest and belt lot for $1,000, paying all his shares up at the Krery report wa and brave uirn 13 te l.J Wont Ulnlii Htviiot. fact anything wantof notion in town. In I with what I beginning. Building and loan stock will fnvorabl. So delighted To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: We desire ed in the mercantile line. be selling at a premium pretty soon. that I resolved to vilt the city in heuil the trade of the teachers. Come and see Having recently equipped a fino Roller Mill in Miss Amanda Anderson writes me that the interest of oiy work. This resolution any Mill ! ol Stanfjrd ttat ! ttJ-c- t. u. We will make it to your advantage she has accepted the position of principal of the town quality or Hour, we we defythe citizens to1 I m I ere, ol equal in think h beeucnrrlnl Into the county should hate county pride enough to L. Thompon iS: Bro F the high school at Kingston, Madison coun- patronize and sustain tne same ne mi to in cimforubly .towed "T at the Miller Ho-tn- i. The New ReTpniiA Jaw sitd. .It n.r rem t Judge Morrow and wife went home ty, and will open rchool August 9, with a form whom It may concern that we are in the all Taxes unpitd by tho first day of September best hole! M which I lure .topped the and I will have to collect it. So p.easa coins for- market to buy your wheat and corn and will Saturday. The Judge return here Tues- competent assistant and music teacher. ways glre tho highest market price for same. We ward and settle. for .jDJUim. CjI W.S Miller, the prohave added some new machinery to our corn meal day. Mr. I. A. Stewart and wife, of t. j). xmrfiA.xo.s. l. c. lo C can be obtained in private families department and can now make meal to suit any h0" prietor, i a genllemtn n'l kno dill ha gone io Liuiville in enwer to Wil-di- e. , are at Mr. Win Stewarts, person. Il cannot ueciuaieu oy any omrr jiui iu Fit at reasonable rates. I'm t the decnion of nil intilligence that hit mother a very ill k.ep a hotel this vicinity We sollm a trial in our tlour and Wm. M. Weber, of Kooxville, i MM.PJLM!jJ4 I was shown a chest the other day by meal department. All having grain in our line --rNimUy morning who top with him. We tru.t .he will find her improved. Mill, where here wiih his family. Jack Baker, the man Mr. Hen Slavin, which was made more tor sale will please call at who will giro our agent the belt MiTi VJ3HNON. KY. week I prrschel fir Kv. S C Humphrey, can be found at all tlmea, Pardon me, dear, long autlering reader, shot by Steve Prewitt on election day, is than 109 years au. No nails were used in prices lor same. Brand ard ship stuff always in the pator of the Bptil church. Brother but the fighting editor of the A'i , .V. 1'OTTS. Slif't' I stock. ir. btanlord Roller Mill Co. I This old and danger. Sm-ue- l its 251 tf construction. It is of black walnut and Hotel is stili mala cW"unte in the am "a elf renvicted liar" if I do not tell walking about and is out of Humphrey and I Myers is visiting hi cousin T. S. Mil- the sides are dove-tailtalning its fine reputation. Chargea reasonable Mr. together Southern Hipti.t Theologies.! Seminary A ome more about that "lii'kr. "That ler, near Hyattsville, Garrard county. T. Que o he i nu, I found him then ! p6ama whiky." brave boy, wa tored in the otlice N. Roberts is here. Teacher J. N. Brown Slavin can trace it bick to his grandfather, Notice of I.nt of the county attorney and if you and is satiftDd that it is over 100 years christian gentlrnmi preacher and on renmed his school Monday after a week's ini.t old. Sunday night we bf.ao a nieeiing i the my dicloing Met alike di'graceful lo the jno. m. pebki.vj. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned R. a. maitix. illness. Wm. Moure had a congestive chill Mrs Dr. Peltus, who used to live in have formed a corporation and have recordel the i iinoDUKiD, Kv., May, 1SS7. court hoti.e instead of the church, because county and to a man whoie kin.hip it L an Friday night. Lancaster, is in town, the guest of W. II articles thereof in the clerk's omce of the Lincoln! Albright A Martin beg to inform their many ofiu capacity. I have preached every hnnor for the like of vou to claim, I hall Elijah Abrer, living at the head of Whenitt. Capt. Mike Salter has returned County Court, pursuant to Chapter W, len. fctat- - "ends and customers ot be change in firm name What I hare herd o Lin. tell who the county attorney nd cutodfan night einre. Brush Creek, made application before Cir- from Pulaski county, where he has been in MARTINA PERKINS. ca.ter I not an ex wceralion. Ii' a fine of the otHce i: The whl'kv wn treated I. Th name of tho Corporation is U "Cum- cuit Court one day last week to have one the Hvenue service. Rv. J. A. Mundey peo berlacd Valley Land Company." town, live, wide awake town. Thn , Tne new firm hop, not only to sustain the rep. out and ued around he poll by repub'i-canof his children provided for a- - a county left yesterday for Richmond, II. The general nature of tns business Is to buT utatlon of the old, but intends to make many inl wi II pie are rifineJ and cultivated. We do not a reputable iinee will If lif t , and charge, showing the proper evidence that try his hand on the old "innerwhere he city. and sell lands In Harlan and Bell counties. Kr . provem tonis in me manuuciure ot lODacc? wmen of that will be the Interest ot our customers. We wih the high decree of refinement nd I have their name). Truth! il men further often .ee to mine conl and to manufacture lumber. devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands cbilJ was entitled to auc.i under the culuire i exhibited in the people of Ln-ci.t.- r tell ui whikf w ihi in other pirN of the During the examination Judge Mor He made friends in Lancaster. Miss Dunn, of Kentucky'! best leaf Tbanklnj you for past III. Its principal place of business is Stanford, favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, of St. Louis, is visiting at E. W. Harris. Kentucky. Pretty womet ' ' Hu.h man, dot.'t the county on that dy and mar be you law. we remain, Respectfully your". row asked Mr. A. how many children he Master Tom Miller is visiting friends in ' IV. The capital stock is fixed at 8150 .000, with ' the world for them, want to know about thai And now, ye 31AHTIS Jb J'KIIKIXS. talk' Lncttrr but. The Judge at Richmond. Miss L'zzie had. TneatHwer was, 20 privilege to begin on 550,000. Each share Is 5100, Huffman is at and they dre whh ao much taate. There great defender of "our whole people," give to in money. once informed him that it wai needle home, after a long visit to Shelbyville. to be paid Corporation are a number of fine bu.ine. hou.e.. if Ui) tho name of one individual, notorious a shall begin business on the V. Tho testimony in the case, that his Atonzo Hay and family have removed to take further D1M.S.ULHDETT, 23 th day ot July, 1937, and continue "i years. which the town cao truly bout. All the a tt )iter. who did not vote the republic!: , petition would be granted as it should be Richmond. VI. The aUairs of the Corporation are to be con horoe I hate a. en look well, except one ticket. No, mr dauotlet alujger from to any man who had so nobly fullnlled OCULIST. ducted by aUiard of seven Directors, from which He look, very much "out of .hape" He Slugwerrille, I wa never in your wint-rooa President, Secretary and Treasurer are to be EUBANKS, PULASKI COUNTY. thai part of the scripture directing man to BRODHEAD, KY. Kentucky l not, however, aid to be a elected. The incorporators shall compose the nor thereabout, but I am reliably "Multiply and replenish the earth " Born, to the wife ol Armatrjng Stroud, first board, and the election thereafter to be held Has bad an experience ot over fifteen years, and hor.e, but came from Georgia and waa rode informed it i atill "tSar." and buncombe Mr George Sambrooks, who has been on the Sib, a girl. has successfully treated hundrels of cases, Hpe- on the third Wedneslayol July annually. to death during the prohibition campaign. and bluater, n)iiirmlng ami lying cannot ii- .. f ha- . v r .. Iii .i sick for the lat four months with a compli t.ii , ftt luo. r vunu(iiiuu iuu tiuiui uu uiu. 51c. - tii luemiuu 1BEITPD to ttifi tritnipnt nr nil. .11 . had il The extremely dry weather in this He wa., eb? Well, he could not change the tcu that the highhanded, un his cured given on application if desired. has almost ruined the com crop. of him in a belter .criipulou. doing of certain republican cation of dlsea.es, died at Livingston, eec'ion the tleh kn. cke4 oti VIII. The private propeity ol stockholders Saturday evening at G o'clock. He V. M. Oooch will open a grocery caue. Whenever old (.irorijia atari a "leider." and their puppet are a hame home, shall be exempt iroui corporate debts and liabilihad been taken to Louisville a short time store in hid old sUnd at this place in a few ties. bor.e in the prohibition rin he come out and digrace to all decent people. since with the hope of his being IX. The Corporation shall possess alt the pow-e- rs if he doe day. who'e and on lop every time, prescribed to Chapter SO, General Stat'ites of by the change, but he grew rapidly worse The Morning anJ Evening of Life, Mrs Geo. C. Favilie, of Chicago, 111., Georgia may run a hore look a little thin Kentucky. was brought back home where he i visiting the family of Iaaac Lewia. 'I'CCUl.tO the I.NTKRIOK JOIKXAL and RO BT. BO D, until he become thin, but he will never W. O . W E LC II , LlViNuTON, Aug. 15 Died, Augul 11, lingered but a few days. The remains has fever but is not considered dan JOHN BENNETT, Louisville & Nashville R. R. VINCENT BOREINQ. thin her democratic amprity by Irvine to Minnie, infant daughter of J.imt and Jo-i- were taken to Louisville Stturday night gerou. GEOUOEMcALISTER, W. P. WALTON TUK UBK-- T run prohibition Fox into the gubernato243t Hiinbrook. Auguat l!?th, George Hm for burial. Mr. Sambrook came to LivSimon Wesley is teaching our public J. S. HOCKEIt. oppaitinn lo the democritic rial chair in THROUGH TRUNK brook in hi 57th year. The morning and ingston many years ago when the Knox school here. Mr. Wesley is having a nominee. TO THK He had good attendance and has given satisfaction " bath eveniug of H'e have kied each other on ville Branch was being extended ami hiave men, A to ' red I M. M. AI.LIN. the eternal hore. a contract in Lturel at thn time of the to all. v i u ore bar1 here i "till are here. Guthrie when opera, of thi J. M Hubble, , has solJ bis proper -- Ojcar Harvey, the defaulting depart-mn- t death of CHICKEN room, but it will die on the WITH lions were stopped south of Rockcastle ty here and will move to Boyle county in a clerk at Washington, i now caning month. Thi', I do not believe, will Krieve Pullman Palace Sleepers, iuor chir in the Albany penitentiary with one Kiver. The Livingston Hotel property few dayt. His many friends will regret to the cit imo, for theru U cot much Cure ! waB purchased by Mr. Sambrook and sue give "Mc" tip. But we hope peace and I have not een a drunk man. We-- t, a negro convict, former v an Intericonsumed LoulNt llie cessfully run by him. He also had stock procpuity will be with him and his little I to XuNllVllltt, Linca.lercan lnvl of iiuie'tiile from a or I)ear'ment clerk, for hi bo. Livingston Coal Company andfier-war- ds family. , 51C'lllllllS Sue ha. I believe, mie John H Jack.on, an educated colored in the moral Hiatidpoiu Alliuilit, came into full possession of the On Tuesday of last week Miss Mary ' brave men, not made o hy whisky, like man, a native of Kentucky, but at preenl Moil (go in ery, They nre principtl of a grided 'chool in Kan.a, plant which he ran with prctit in connecMorgan, of this place, attempted suicide Home, but actuated by principle. l,lllle ISock, with his store and other enterprises again by taking Paris green, Sie made quiet and pescable, but if principle wa in Citr, has been elected principal of the Col tion .llohllu ami Neu OrleuiiH. was at one time a conductor on tho L one attempt about two months ago by volved they would come to the front. I am ored Stale Normal School, located at He worker and hinging herself iu the barn but was found & N. road. He was a tirele I am "Muck on i';" Frankfort. Only one change to points la In love with the place; man and succeeded where and cut dotvn in time to save her life. She a strict business yea, more than thii, I am 'mick" io i, but P.irytar, the was hang, fail. His wife ami one son, eeemed to have become perfectly rational will not lick long, for I hear the good peo ed at 1'rlnce George county, V , Friday, others would James, compote the family he left. with -- weP, gue in every respect but had made no allusion pie are fixing to pure we ! while he wa bleeding to death from a The grand jury has fcund some 00 .odd to the hanging. She has been staying with Good luck to jou. wound the other. He Iih I gotten hold of a uouks on the line nt this rail ,U recelvi Joe A Mijnihy I oboe apring and sharpening it stuck it into indictments, principally against pistol and her sister, Mrs, Lane, most of the time Youi. special rates. has 15 against since she made the first attempt and Mrs. srSco Agents of thi Company tor rates, routea liquor men. Oae distiller an artery. The Russell Vote. Ac, or write C. P. AfMORE, O. P. AT. Ay If the lesson of the late election are him. Willis Adams was tried for assault Lane had some paint about the house, but of the Ioterior Journil) To tte Louisville, a.j cf heeded Kentucky will give 50,000 majori- and battery, alleged to have been commit- had taken great care to put it where Mary vote Jamestown, Aug. lOth.-T- he 15 Thousands of dollars worth of ty for Cleveland. Otherwise tho democrats ted against a negro named Lewis Hlatt last would not find it, but she succeeded in get Rdwell county eland ai follow. For He was acquitted, ting the paint and took a big quantity of chickens die every year from Choldemocrat, for repreeentatiye will have to buckle ou their armor and whiter in Adams' store. S. McClure, Hiya made application for a it tho' it failed to have the desired (fleet. era. It is more fatal to chickens than ! V. S. tiht fn' a majirity of any rifure. f Cov- - Thomas over J. L. I'holp. republican. 12'J; change of venue in the case against him The girl ia living at this writing and it ia all other diseases combined. Hut the C jmuionwealth. democrat, over Simo Docker, rep , Ligton riuoe, positively It Is reported that Winchester ritles iu which he was charged with ku kluxiog. thought by the people that she will recover discovery of a remedy that lor county clerk, 3t; J. A. Wit iatui, deui., charged him with being in from her second attempt. She is about 11 cures it has been made, and to be conThe indictment for shipped to Knabe, the fimo.it net A. N'elun. independent, the county at- - are being Marshal Gross citizens of Taylor the crowd that whipped Josiah Rimsey, years old and had fallen deeply in loye vinced of its efficacy only requires a erThe the popular and reliable Everett. DeckA Son, The ha advertised the majorities county 30S The above are A Warren, aal uroey, the John Cloun bottle is enough for celebrated Co.'s trial. A Church A worth of property to satisfy two years since, who shortly afterwards with a young man. Her parents very democratic sale of receiyed by the nominee of the It is guarThe evidence in ro bitterly opposed their getting married or one hundred chickens. of $13,000. Marshal Hunter says committed suicide. s of parly in thla county nt the last AuguU a judgment If, after using anteed. he is going there to bid In the property for duced was not deemed sufficient to grant a even being in each others company and election. a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly Any one desiring an elegant and durable muchange and ihe trial was proceeded with this seems to be what brought about the sical Instrument will do well to examine our "Cicero of the bondholders and don't propose to be satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken -F- ontaln Fox Bobbin, the prices before purchasing. Wear ageuta for the and wa given to the jury Friday evening trouble. frightened away. Cholera, return it to the undersigned John Church A Co., aud will war the Mountain," wad not duck high in the A verdict of acquittal was returned next A peculiarly sad incident of the Chats raut our Plaoos for seven yean, and our Organs and your money will be refunded. Mom'ay. Lincoln county re hill-torDan Hinkin, living near Franklin, for fire years The Everett Piano and the Clough wor'h wreck is related of a gentleman, ac morning. The man Johnson, charged with A Warren Urgin are the best and most reliable pudiated him entirely and refuted to en companied by wife and child. The rescuers burglary and caught by Marshal Hamilton Mo., horribly mutilated the body of bis DB. W. B. PENNY, Our Instruments Instruments manufactured. can be seen at the postoUice in Stanford, where DENTIST, dorae hia coume in the laat legislature. step daughter and tied to the woods. Purreached the point where he was pinned at Liucister, was biought here Tnursday, Miss Rose Richards will state prices, etc. Kontttolcy I'ersous who bae purchased these Instruments Bobbin wa H year getting into thi Klate down by a car seat. He atked them to save indicted and committed to the penitentiary, sued and captured he confuted and asked etuntoret, will testify to their durability and elegant finish . but when hia consliluente read hia be hanged, with which reasonable re House, We will be glad to serve the public, and guaraa for one year. He was taken to Stanford to 11 hours his wife firt. The poor woman, fatally tea satisfaction. record there It did not take them quest his captors at once compiled. wm tenderly carried out, then the jail that niht. Imc Jenkins was granted Elder W. L. Williams, of ITustonvllle. also rephurt, Fred Hopt was shot to death for murto put him out again.- - Louisville Comagainst resents the John Cnurch A Co., and will be pleasbody of the child and next the husband and a divorce. John Broughton's suit ed to serve his friends. mercial. a train der at Salt Lake, the laws of Utah Territory S. It. & L. J. COOn, Agents. father, both his legs crushed. Dragging the railroad for ejecting him from permitting the condemned a choice between BKKKKKNCKj cholera ever The best remedy for chicken to the side of his wife and child, he two years since for refming to pay conducthimself John D. Carpenter, Hustouvllle; J. M. Elmore, I Gmter'a Chicken Chole of the hanging and shooting. He tat with a cion Introduced here felt their cold, deAd faces In the darkness, or's fare, was put off St anlord, James Heariey.Staulord, J, M. Pnillps, Stanford; A. R. Penny, Stanford , Mrs. Fannie ra Cure. Try it. Sold by all drgggiate. 2t fell back with a moan and saying he had plaintiff being unavoidably detained in gar in his mouth and a roiette pinned over Karra, Lancaster; (Jen W. J. Landram, Lancaster; London j ill. John Cish was sjd by his heart as a target and posing aa if for a Offlie on Lancaster street, ooxt door to Irivi-sio- a Charles Sandldge. Junction City; W. M. Payne, Slneteen eolJie" were killed by the nothing now lo live for, pulled a revolver the JoCRNi.r.otsc. Orace hours from 3 to 11 A. Prrucherstllle; iirs. E. M. Carpenter, Stanford: Lawrence, hU sister, for a cow and photograph while the firing (quad of five Wat. u, and 1 to S r. x. Anesthetics adrlcljtarl whiD Mrs. Msggle Holmes, Crati Orchard U. T. lyr explosion of a fhe.ll in a fort near Stock, from his pocket and sent a bullet through Mrs. ' and fired. 1M .l gfoU that were supposed ain-eHie. Lancaster. oeceuary. Home household his brain, holm, Sweden. LINCOLN COUNTY y I com-pVtelv le Mr. Cilu. county and trouble i feared, but Judge Boyd ha the nerve to ttay with them The young people were given a pleasLou and Mamie ant nocial party by MI-hJark.on Piturdiy night Beidecur own blle aod betux, Wiccheiter, Kirkaville, Ktt Bernttadt and Birbourville were rep relented. 1 there a public apiriled man in thi town who will inaugurate a movement looking to the building of h good iron fence around court bouae Uan' Nothing would more improve the appeirnnce of the place, and we hope to eo it done Ht an early ttay. Mr. William Luk, a prominent and repecled citizin ( f the Uiccoou neighbor liwid, died while veiling hi on, Dr L'ik i at Birea, lat week. Mr. Lu.k vw about about GO year of age and had been in bad health for eome two year. Hi remain were brought here for interment Saturday Mie Mamie Jackon ha returned from a plei.int viil to Birbourville. She hi arompinied hooie br Mi Lillle Bend, of Virginia, and Mi Kiln Tmrley, of Bubaurville Mi Xellie Pitman, of Mar.cbeter. ptmni through Stturd.y, m loule to her father', at Ah Gnve, Mi onri W. S Jtck'on haigoae to Louisville. Master Arthur Given Bitin, the hand.ume and intelligent old .on of Mr. and Mr J W. Bulin, Pilt.burgli, w Tiiting in thi city Friday Joe Severance wa he-- e during the week Mr J. G. A. BENEDICT ' k CO., Much ooiplaint heirl from shippers on the south vnti of the K C, ruad on .count nf delav in shipui'tit and rough handling of go ids tinloide! it sta t.'ois where there lire no depots. is being GARRARD COUNTY OEPARTMEN7. Lancaster. Well Drillers and Pump Adjuiters. Acconntsduo at the close of eaih month "D a"".. JB. "'" JliHICOfi: H. FOX, MIMaTERY. i . . I , Stanford Female aiXOKNEYS ayres givens, LAW, W jlOl6S9jiO CiTOCerS 203-C- XOTIJE. TAXES TAXES Da-Lin- d Lt ( I 7JWrk-rwell-kno- e ed Incorporation "'I'iVSSn I BS-C- 20aKsHU . hf , -- -.- I 220-G- bent-title- L.&N. Wil-Floy- c 1 - Pre-ide- it 1 e A1TTEK Cholera LINE .SOUTH & WEST ( ! Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS self-Inllic- ted I fMANOS d n s two-third- m d 1151-lyr- tmi-82teeh- lD nlcriorourirai August 1G, 1887 Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. "The mo't appalling disaster that ereroc currd in the history of American rallrosdn phocked the conntry Friday. An excur ion train on the Toledo, Peoria & Weateru composed of 18 cure leaded with 1,000 per. sons bound for Niagara dashed into a burning bridge near Chatsworth, Illinois, at about 2 o'clock that morning and in a moment later the cars and their load of human freight were piled and jammed in a terrible mass at the bsttom ol the ravine To add to the horror the cam caught fire from the bridge and death by burning threatened those who were caught in the debris and unable to extjicate tbemeelves. Fortunately, however, the fhmee were subdued by hard work and then the labor of caring for the wounded and dying was com menced. No less than 125 bodies were taken out dead, while the number of wounded reached seyeral hundred. They were laid along the rows of the corn fisld at the scene of the disaster and when daylight broke a picture of horror was presented that Almost frczs the stoutest heart. It is believed that the bridge was net afire by fitnds, who did so for the purpose of wrecking the train and robbing the paeen-eer- a. At any rate, the unfortunates were relieved of their valuables by a band who went through them immediately after the catastrophe occurred. Viewed in eyery aspect it U terrifically horrible and the mind palla in bare contemplation of the rcene of that fearful night. Mb Watterson tries to make the impression that discontent among the masses administration waB one with Cleveland' cause of the pitiful majority given Gen. Buckner for governor. That ia the gbeere.it psppy.cock, aa ie also the contra statement that the "Kentucky idea" platform did the buine8. In the first place if the hearty applause which always greeted any reference to Mr. Clevelar.il in the State conven tion and the summary manner in which ?rea Taulbee was sat down upon when ho tried to prevent the passage of the resolution endorsing the President, ia any indici-tio- n cf the feeling that permeates the mass e,no man haa a firmer hold on the people of Kentucky than the brave and honest man who occupieB the Wnite Houee. Nei ther did the tariff business cut any figure. Not one man in a thousand read the platform and hardly that' one cared what was in it. Discontent, apathy, fanaticism and other as foolish causes cut the majority down and there is no use laying it on the President and the tariff because it ia handy mnd cheap to do ao. The Liuiaville Commercial MU a sen tional story in regnrd to the mnrrhgo of Dr Standiford and Miss ScJtt, of Palucah It says that during an amateur performance in tbat city Murray Killer, the doctor's eon who was occupying a box with the doctor, got to tKrting with Miss S:ott. who was one of the Rctresees The doctor asked who tne woman wb smiling at and Keller told him he hid evidently made a mash on her. This tickled the doc tor' vanity and he kept up the fun. He did not meet her then, however, but going home and getting drunk, he went all the way back to Piducah ani secure! an introduction to the lady, proposed, waa ac cepted and returned to Liuiaville, leaving ber to inform him by telegraph the day The docfor the marrhge she would tor remained on the spree anJ hia family getting wind of his intentions tried every way to break eff the match. Ia his lucid momenta the doctor himself realizid that he put his foot in it and ofhred her $20,-00- 0 to let him cff. It waa refused and the doctor continuing his spree filled up a check for $100,000 and oflared it to a Louisville lady to marry him. When the wedding day arrive.l, Dr Sttndiford went unaccompanied to Paducah and was so drunk during the ceremony that he was only able to mutter incoherently "I do, I do," to ev ervthing the preacher said. The family claim tbat Misa Scott knew of tbe doctor' condition and simply remirked, "This is a matter of business." The widow has notified tbe children that she ia mistrese at the Fourth ayenue mansion and they quickly took the hint and left. Suit will be in stituted to content her right to a third in tercet in the estate and the goo.l name of the doctor will be dragged in the dust to save the children a few thousands of dollars. It is hard to believe such stories of a trnn who stood as high aq Dr. Standiford and it in to be bopsd that the newspaper has gone beyond the record in preparing a salacious dish for tbe scandal mongers and playing into the hinds of thoce who will try to prove in court all that it lisi printin-la- of Danville, died Saturday night and wa buried at the colored cemetery on Sunday morning. Funeral services by Rev, Lee, A FEW QUEER MATTERS. st ed. The official vote from all the counties save Knott, which will probably increase the democratic majority 300, gives Buck-ce- r a plurality of 10,501. The total vote stands Bjckner 113,939; Bradley 127,355; Fox S.350; Cardin 4 S7t5. Bradley seems to have increased his vote 07er Blaine while Buckner fell short of Cleveland eome S.500. Hardi:i county deserves tbe banner She gave Buckner and the Slate ticket the largest majority ever given tbe party nomineee, thanks to Brother Somers and a good organization. AOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Ex U. S. Senator Sargent, of San Francisco, ia dead. The exposition at Louisville opens The courts of Virginia eeem to be no August 27 tb. retpecter of persons. Senator Riddleber-ge- r, Three men were killed by the caving presuming on bis importance, took oc- of a mine at Hurley, Wis. casion to criticize and belittle a judge beA tank burat at Norway, Michigan, cause he bad decided a case against his and eiz men were instantly killed. client, whereupon that official promptly An express train was ditched and robfined him $25. Continuing hit abuse, the bed by four men 30 miles eat of Tucson, judge ordered the sheriff to take the fiery Aiz Senator to jail for contempt. The order Charles Apfe), of New Orleans, shot was obejid, but that night 100 of the Senahia wife and then killed hamself. Jealousy tors friendi'went to the jail and forcibly was the cause. released him and he was at large at last Tbe Masonic Hall and tbe entire block accounts. Ihe latter ia the worst feature in which it was situated burned at Pitta-burp- ; of the case and the J good people of the !os State owe' it to themselves to see that State Treasurer Vincent, who defraudif they have to ed ia tbe State of Alabama out of $2SO,000 down hia friend like dogs. eboot hae been found guilty. We agree with the Fort that Henry Wit-terso- of the colored Presbyterian church. In the county court this morning the will of Mrs. Margaret Durham, wife of J. W. Durham, waa ordered to record. She leaves her eitatc to her children by a forHer husband's brother, mer marriage. Hon. M. J. Durham, is named aa the executor. Mr. Morria Yelser left today for Tarn-pa- , Florida, where he will probably purchase property. His father and family expect soon to join him. Mr. Mattie S and .Mia Mattie Morgan are ill with remittent fever. Hod. Breckinridge J onec, of St. Louis is here today. Mr. U. Hopli, whore illness with Bright' died Frihas been not-day night. He was a native of Sni Zetland but had lived in Danville for mary years He leaves a widow and two grown children. The funeral took place on Saturday and waa conducted by the Knights Templar, of which order the deceased had long been a member. Mr. P C. Jones, late of Lincoln county, now Uvea near Parksville. Tne coons have been depredating on his corn crop and a few nights ago he took hia dog and started out to destroy them A coon ran into a hollow log and the dog ran after him and got fastened. Mr. Jonea tried to extricate the dog and after a time succeeded, when he yery ungratefully turned on him and bit him severely. Mr Jonea is now yery seriously contemplating the destruction of the dog. Logan Powell, a colored man who has been employed in the livery 'table of Downton & Fox, was shot and dangerously wounded by policeman George Miller on Sunday night about 11 o'clock. Mr. Miller'- statement of the affair is that Powell was talking in a disorderly manner on Main street near the Clemens Hoti-- e and when told to go home promised to do so. Afterwards about 11 o'clock Miller ngain saw Pjwell on Walnut street near Mrj. Steiubergens boarding house Powell in the mi 1st of a considerable crowd of ne groca and wss talking rather loudly about a trotting horse fchich be called ' Ribeit II. Hardin;." Miller auain requeued him to keep quiet and Powell protnixed to do so but continued his loud talk Miller then summoned him to appear before Ihe police court to day (Monday at 2 o'clock. Powell said "all right," but after h nad moved up 2 J street near where Jim Uoitu keep an eating hou'e, said aometbing about btinir ordered of! the street and that he did not intend to go, that no policeman could lake him, Ac. Afterwards, Mr. Miller says, he encountered Powell near John Hughec grocery when after defying him he jerked the cane from him and struck at him and tbat after tbe cane had fallen from his hand he (Powell) struck at him with bis fist or a knife and thit it wu after Powell had struck several times tbat he (Miller) ehot. Dr. Fayette Dunlp, who attended the wounded man says that on shot struck him on the left side of the chin and pased around to (he back of the neck The other struck him in the collar bone nd shattered it into splinter; neither bill bas been extracted. d dli-ear- e d, fSTru.uinvcK is received of tho harvesting of wheat at midnight by armors In Indiana, by the aid of gaslight shod by soino of tho numerous wells recently developed In thnt State A strange sight Indeed must havo Iwon that of farm machlnory nt work m tho Holds at night. In the Clilnuso practice uf iiioclleiiio nro somo queer compositions for tho healing of that people. A remedy for fever, In n child, Is a decoction of three scorpions, Tho powdered liver of n tiger and tho horn of n rhinoecros nro to them reliables specifics in gxtremo cases, nnd the eyes of a certain bird, converted Into nn olntinont, Is considered infallible. A battlo occurred t'.io other day In a country spot, tho combatants be ng a rabbit and a siialte. Tho snnlto attoinptcd to deprive bunnlo of hur young ones, thus arousing in liar a courugj hitherto unknown in this l mi Id untmal. She Induced tin snnkJ to strike) at her, nnd, dodging tho blow, sprang ou it repeatedly, biting it until it retreated to cover, Iv thi Island of MnJuijase.ir gr iws u speci's of pilm troj from which may bo obtained both food and drink sufficient for tho sustenance of mankind When pierced its stems afford a cool and refreshing llq ii t xlmilar to illstlll"d and sweetened water, ami It bears a berry that may bddried, groun I nnd converted into a gool quality of bread. It Is said the Peruvians were possessei f a secret art of preserving tho eyeballs of the monarchs. Some of tho uyos'of tho Iucjs in tho possession of Peruvians aro considered very valuable. It Is related that a lady of IVru had a collodion of somo thirty of theso strange specimens, valued at fU.tKW, which she had mounted and worj as ornaments to a Paris ball. Nn milt all tho women of tho Salvation Army have n heart worked In India-inupon tho right shoulder. In cne any ono of thorn Is taken sick or dies away from home, or in a foreign country, the sign of the heart will entitle her to care or suitable burial at the cvpen-- of the entire organization, no matter whether she Is or is not a member in koo1 standing in tlu Sal vation Army at the tlmo of sickness or k o. WALSH, THE TAILOR, a',i2 i mm in AVKM'i; JL.OUISVIX,XI3, P. S.-F- INE KY. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. DR. S. O, HOCKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, iM'CC'E.NNOIINTO W. II. HlUGlXN.i IB We COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, OROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. will' continue to handle the juitly celebrated and most nopnlar In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservos to be. Ask your neighbor in referenco to its superiority. No steel plow in the market eqnal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All we ask is to rive it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. W. II. McKIWKY. Niilromiui. ZEZRTTIT AT a".P?,S AMMnrKof young men in a I'ennsyl. vania town havo organize! a society for the suppression of the craze, ' to be known as tho The society in question believe th it tho business which was origii.illy all runt, has be.vmo a perfect bote, nnd for this reason every mem cor of theMi.-society who tip hi- - direr to a liuly ml have to par a 11 ao of VJ3 fur a otlence. At tho en of every mouth the fines collected will be tltvtled amoii,- - the members who have not broken the rules. Thk history of the tooth pkk in thmctiun try has a few curious and Interesting features 'ot many yeirs unci a man In South America, whose wife was in tlw United States, whittle l out a few wooden tooth-p.m s nt them to lur In mu ny not now known, the proprietor of a hotel obtmntsl some of them and, learning who made them, he applied for a supply This le I to a large sale ot the whittled tucks finally to the establishment of an and fcgenry for their sale In this country. The toothpick man emigrated north anl Invented machlaory by which lie turned out the first year HV.'SI.OX) picks which has since increased to above that number per month. This tnlustryhns enriched quite n number cf inon. M.uii tne i.iuieu ianu ot gold comes a story singularly In keeping with the many strange things thnt transpire within Its borders. The story Is of u cat that tings several operatic air in a correct and pleas, lug manner. Tho owner of this feline cantatrlce hns n fino music bot which has been tho object of Interest and i.ttentiun (i her cattnp, and so closely hns she ileotci her t. mo to it, that the n:rs played by the instrument have becomo so familiar to her that she purrs them oft in a melodious contralto voicj, while she llnzcrs loving! v en the lower registor. The owner coaU'mp'nts training this won. ful quaJrujiod musician for exhibition. "Anti-Hat-Tipirj g u rt-u1 u 1 T. R. WALTON'S IFRTTIT CAISrS AT- 1, Bs wAZfVcara AT SCYTHES & SNATHS MIRTHFUL MOM'ENTS. n :s in the same boat with Carlisle. There two statesmen thought that all it wu necessary for them to do was to fur cish the overture in the shape of a plat form and the people would take up the music and dance to it to the end of the camprign. We are not of those who believe that the platform had much to do with decreasing the majority, but we do know that it was not the proper thing for them statesmen to promulgate it and. then get conveniently) sick. There ia entirely too much aicknean among our alleged great men. The Somerset HcporUr ia informed that we concede to every man the right to vole he pleases, but we have protested, do protest and shall cOLtinue to protest against the democratic party giving aid or succor to those of its alleged members who go off on prohibition or other aide iMaea. We are for putting none b'jt tried men on gutrd and for honorinj no man with the party'ii vole who cannot show a clean record and who haa never acrtchei a ticket. Tbat'a tne kind of a hair pin we are and those who don't like it can lump it.' FoxJ.didn't know when he wan well off, ao he got Mi tail rut ihort. When hfl ran for treasurer he polled 38,000 votes which et e aed to be quite n respectable following. For governor he got a pitiful 8,000 and come of these who voted for him are We eorry they thew their votea away. euppote Brer Fox wishes now he had never deserted the good old democratic party for an issue that could be fought for better within than without it. Brer Kentucky gavo Tilden in round In 1879 she numbere 03,000 majority. 0 Blackburn 48 000; Knott received Cure in 1883, Cleveland 34,0001n 1884 and now Buckner gem in by a beggarly 17,000 Want do you reckon is the matter with Hannah? DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNU ' Bio preparations are being made or the There was a good rain Sunday night, inaugural of Gen. Buckner, which interesting event will occur on the 30th, If the with more threatened this morning. In old gentleman knows who be will appoint the meantime it ia aa bot as -- ever. Rev, Cii'iar Nichols, a'colored Presby-terla- n on his cabinet be kef pa his counsel very preacher and one of Ihe landmarka well, for no one else does. In 1870 41,-03- Mrs. Batsy Stevens, of Cimdenville, Anderson county, aged SO years, committed auicide by hanging last Friday. lyea & 8tagnor. Wall street brokers, haye assigned, with scheduled assets of $21, 000,000 and liabilities of $20,000,000. Henry Harris, a voodoo doctor of Djgha county, Ark . hag been sent to tbe State prison because one of bis patients died. Tbe main building and machinery of tbe Louisville Spoke Company were de stroyed by fire bunday, entailing a !os of $30,000. It has at last been definitely settled that the consolidated carahops of the L. & N. are to be located at Decatur, Ala., and tbat the work will commence at oner. Kate Newman, a Ricine, Wis, belle, hae broken tbe matrimonial record by , eloping with a onearmed Kickapoo Indian chief. John Taylor, negro, wanted in Somer-vill- e, Ga.. for rape on a 15 year old white girl, was captured in Somerset, after being pursued by an officer over 1,000 iniler. A wagon waa struck by a railroad train near Newman, Georgia, and three colored Methodist ministers, Hevs. Green George, Ernest Caldwell and Diniel Israel, were killed. Tne convicts of Teunessee are appeal ing to the people to vote prohibition. A petition eigned by 401 of them Is published aa a big campaign document by the y men. Eghteen new freight engines will be placed on tbe Louisville & Nashville road between cow and October. A large number of freight cars will also be added to tbe rolling stock. Prairie fires in the vicinity of Mexico, Mo., have caused heavy damage". They invaded the fair grounds Saturday, causing but little damage, but almost creating a panic among the spectators. bump-backedanti-whisk- nearly elgnteeu million dollars. The aggregate amount for the last five years Is 130. 122,00) rubles or about eighty-sevemillion dollars. Khum an estimate of the meat consump Hon of Pans In one year we loiirn that the tooth, averago for each Inhabitant was 157 pounds For tho pangs th.it are felt of moat, nino ounds of tongues, kidneys Are no doubt the result Of the sweetness ot my youth. and livers, twenty-twpounds of poultry r. n. w. und seven pounds of oystors. Tub earth already plowed and harrowed A iiLfc-noocontaining detallol reports would, very likely, have been considered relating to tho ownership In minerals nnd In the light of a trivial favor by tho memmining rents and royaltesin France, ber of a jury who, after receiving a fifty Austria, Italy, lljlgium, Portugal, dollar bribe, klcitcd for a two dollar Spain, fc'wcdeii nnd Norway and tho United service-feo- . States has be"n issuod by tho British GovThe schooners that sailed o'er the tea tra la ernment. Had nothing to do with his ease; The ancient nnd famous city of DamasHut the schooners that curao o'er the bar cus which was n place of importance trala 1,'JJ year Ii. C, is busy with pluns for Are answerable in their place. laying railroad lines through tho streets. i . II. w. CoNSTKitxtTioN Is defined ns that fueling Street cars In a city said to havo been which assails a man who bus passod from fouudel by Abraham would bo a startling novelty. The place has l'JO.OW Inhabit-anttowol to brush, through the hands of a artist without having heard tiny ref0((iHENTi. statlsttcan hiva Ion; bren erence to tho invigorating accustomed, for somo reason, to regard A hot was asked which was tho greater roprts evil, hurting aaother's feolings or his with doubt the periodicalChinn, but tho population ol ringer. "Tho feelings," ho said. "Itiglit, requires every ns the Chinoso law r, my dear child," said tho gratiflod "and why is it worse to hurt tho housoholler to hang at his front door a you can't tio a rag UU cf the lumnto of h.s houie, it seems feelings!" as though it ought to bo easy to mako an around thcin," answered tho child. Hy ono which the accurate csnsus, "Starvation stares me in the face," officials of tho Kmpiro havo recently A list said. thj pDpulatlon la tfj.uoo.OJO "It's come of writing funny things Fort tho past fifty years tho eflly rf Which people never Queen Victoria on tho coin of tho realm But lnK my good health In struggling hard for bread a maldi.n has rcproientod of about By manual labor ncer, slrl eighteen summers. Her majesty, howsuicide. Instead." I'd ever, has hal nncwdio propared for all A Fjie.nch nobloman who was priviher co.ns; and, while tho portrait Is an leged to fix tho ago at which a woman Idealized rnthor than an nccurnto one, it le coascs to bo young, said that at thirty a not wholly out of keoplng with tho facts. woman could bi said to have entered into In tin now etng tho Queen nppaars This, however, has been crowned anl vallol, wjarmg tho ribbon rofutod by tho sex nt largo. Woman, ns a and star of tho Gnrtar and of the Victoria ruio, maintain that a truly nstuto woman and Albeit Order. is never an old maid until she is forty or Since Queen Victoria was first crowned in Bight or the port or matrimony. Franco has had tho reign of I,nuis Phil- Is certain parts of tho "Jaric contlnont" lippo down to February 31, IMS; tho re- wives are hold at little, value wliilo hus- public from February ill to Djcombcr of Louis bands bring fabulous prices. To some ex- 10, lf4; tho Presidency tent our enlightened nation Is very similar. Napoleon Bonaparte to December 3, 11; While tho wives of this country aro not tho empire from November. 1S.YJ; then tho estimated quite so low, tho husbands, are downfall; next tho Government of Nahold at as good a tlguro; soma being tional Defenso on Soptomber 4, 1S7J; then classed as equal to one parrot, one baboon, tho l'resi lency of JI., Thiers In litl until two tabby cats and ono John Thomas fe- May 54, 173; noxt that of MucMahou to tho mouth of January, 1870; and lastly the line. J'imcho. "Kaa reading" is about the latest wrinkle republic of President Grovy. Tuc tlmo Hllowod in foreign countries in tho cuticle of tho social god oftlio effoto . Fifty cents Is tho tax upon tho for tho payment of bil's varies with tho monetary rocoptaclo of the would-bdifferent branches of trados, but In nenr-lall cases nn extended credit Is given; of futurity, and tho tax upon his credulity U ns nlnety-nln- o und a half Is to the couutiijs are classed us follows; Asia ono hundred. Tho eggsuct effect of this Minor, loss thnu thirty days; Auitrm, six new Industry upon the poultry market can months; Australia, six months; Ilirmti-das- , one year; Cnnnii, thirty days; Cuba, not bo foretold, but there is no doubt but that tho yoke of responsibility resting up- five mouths; China, cish bii3ls; England, on tho hens of this land will be additionalthree m.'iith; Franco, four months; ly weighted, and should tho prnctlco Italv. rush "tmis; Mexico, six to t waive universally popular, tho Incubators month; llu&iln, twcho months; Spain, of tho people will yawn despairingly over cash basin, and Uurkcy, six mouths or your. their purposeless eggsistouce n o tier-manton-aons. sea-foaon-corninmas-much ques-tlonore-ao pen-otraty bo-co- but impressive fact that a person Homctlmes "gets onto" it banana pocl and doesn't "tumblo." V What might bo termed Imposing gall was displayed by n prisoner In n polico court who uUompt.'il to palm off n counterfeit bill In payment of his tine. ACHE, ache, aclie, In the buck of my Jaw, oh It la a singular ABOUT OTHER COUNTRIES. gold to the valuo of Hi'! producelln tho year last past, iVW.O) rubles or T. R. WALTON'S. BACON - WANTED s - T. R. JOB F. WATEBB. WALTON JOHN I. DAV1B WATERS & DAVIS, Doalorfl In- - MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, neens- ware, Glassware, !tc. STANFORD, KY Our stock is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven the closest of close buyers. Come to sso us early and often. i A Alio Iii PMil.mi iw HOUT, PHARMACIST, Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Hlitilclam' rrcacilptloni accurately cotnpouDJol. JEWELER. The Largest 8tock of Watchea, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Eiir Prlcti Lower than bflUBbt to thli market the LCMiit. Watchei, Clock! ana Jewelry lte-ralrcd on thoit notice and Warranted. Stanford, Ky August lfi, 1887 - UuHlnoaB MnnriKor. TIME CAHD. -- 1 w dry a n bons nnd aa hot aa It iira ex ciirKion Ii7i!4 J iiirt-- i hi (Jiiy on tin 23 I. hades. A litllu rain fell Sunday night, Fire fur round trip $8 53; SI extra to Tor-- ' which cooled the air some, but was insufonio. ficient lo do much v nod to the parched The Cincinnati S iiitt-r- t, N ia atill aa wnnmwwi Aiivi:itTlscni.(Th. ' wmaiMpmf vViiKfti: in widow ? ixii:j-i:m;- k F. SOE310nXT,2SE xeCl' 20 and 22 West Fourth St., IMPORTERS OF T H. O. WALTON, KlU.KI). (Jim Hick, n rnllrjul lalior er, waa killfd st Jelllco yeUcrJay morning by Iicin.' cril'lied hetwoen mi eolnw and coal cur. earth. DEATHS, CINCINNATI, OHIO, J. II. Oirdler, an old citizjn of ia Simer-se- t, L.& alall train N. LOCAL dead, i s m Wb, 4cn fc The triil of WMhice Cirpcnter for the M. C. Thurman received a telegram r. u, murder of hi father ha bMi aet for the yesterday afternoon conveying tbe Had news South Hi mi. 31 week ri i pi mi train" .... .... t 45. si South of ihe Iilnki Circuit Ciurt, of the drath of his sister, Mra Kate Dennis, ' ' " Nurb IWl.M wife of Judge J. B Dennis,, at Marshall, theoT li calculated on standard time. Solar which "ill he Oitober 17th. Mo., of heart trouble. Mra. Djnnis former a U alKjut 20 lulnuto laater A DAUOHTKit, their third child, baa ly lived in Danville and afterwards in Stan X.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. hleaed the union of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. ford, in both of which places she haa many Cooper. It ia a bouncer and has been namfriends. She waa about 45 years of age and ."0 a. u, TtAiun leave Rowland al5 and ed t irrie, for Mra Jamea P. Unley. leavea one child, Mra. A. S. 0;ear, of KanIteturnlug, airUent Camt 8M r. u. CJnonoE Biiaw, of LitiKville, a brake-ma- sas City. f Danyille Advocate. localmotices. on tne L A N., fell from a freight HELIOIOUS. The beet ready uiiieu paint are lo be train at (travel Hwilcb Sunday night and tad at A. U. l'cnny'i. waa hurt ao badly Interntlly that it ia -- Eicit; Milton Elliolt dedicated a Cnris-linAhk jour urocr for the Cincinnati !) thought he will die. church at Woodbine Sunday, tinit Co.' crackers and cake. -- The committee hi 8 telecteil St. Louie -. -- Mr. W atuiiks and Jewelry repaired on ahor OaM. F. llulet tells m that aollce and warranted br A. It, Penny. Uutrbcraft A Co , boring for water at the for the next meeting place of the Metho1590. clock ol jewelry, InlMi new Proctor Mm, near A coMi'Li.-rr- . Jllic, atruck gaa dist General conference in in May, 18SS, i tyle. Kockforil watchea a Kecialty. A, in The fourth Thursday considerable volume Sattirlay and in It. IVnriy. big boom ia on down there. the day relecttd for the Northern and The fir.ii of IVnny A McAliter halnK coua4iiieoce a Southern Preahlerian celebration at Phildtaolved, the account are ready for fettle An attendant from the Lx-ingiadelphia. went. Come at once and fettle. You may Lunatic Asylum came to Mr. Cna. The Kentucky Conferer.ee, Methodist saye ccat. Dunn'e Saturday night in search of hia son, Epircopal Church South, will bold its anPERSONAL. W (I. Dunn, who recaied from the aaylum nual session at tbe Scott street Metheveral days before and baa not eiuce been odist church in Covington, beginning on Ki.v. J. Mack Dunn, uf Texa, ia tin heird from. of next month. The body ie comtbe iiine hia rimer in law, Mr. Fannie Dunn. posed ol about 175 member?. MlfK Xakmic Cami'Iiell, of Jeaa-inin- e, A Sum eimet couple, Mr. and Mra. Joe Will Birnen i holding a meeting in i vi'ltin' tier uncle, CjI. J, 8. It ni- Stllce, who liave been married 12 years Itiwan and the Louiarille 2iiim hope thai ece. d have ial had their "brightened" , hiaiiTortH will be a benfiO'sl and as lat MiMii-j- i of Har by Ihe arrival of n son nml heir Jennie Certain ing a were h a wonderful fttberV in , rjJehtirKi and Ninnie Oreratrret, of .Stanford people can eruse thi and take Breathitt, where bu preached hi of are tiet of Mi Maggie Dunn. freh courage. love and forbearance. Tnoutand tlocked to MlUi. li. li. iiAI.K, of Knoifille, and Tiir rear ban at Somerset, which will hear him and thouaanda embrace.! his faith. Mica Fannie 111 tin, of WilliatiHtown, are vMiini: Mr', Itiiiirt lllain, in the Vet be known aa Ihe People', has elected (J. A. Kaeiniea became brother, puce spread her Newell, prraident, U. A Sllee. vice presi- wings wlure strife and contention had Kail. -, case (dace to sobriety o! t ie children of Mr. Mnfe dent. Ike I'nilijv- &naliier anil John Inman, been,drunkenner Thkck Breathitt county i a model E more, wlioillix) Int week, are down with teller. Th capital ia JT'i.OOO and b iaine-wi- ll and y be-iOjlober I. community. the fiine (!lcie of which he died, and aie rery ill. LANO, STOCK AND CHOf- THriJool thief, JiUt.na, confiaed when Mil's Daiii.imi J one who ha Ian brouhl lo trial at Mt. Vernon and w A car bid of lri hanl mule cold at ricitim; Mra Dr. Jl.icker, baa returned giyea one year in the penitentiary. Pend Bjwling Green nt Sllio. borne and there ia aadne in an rllice ing the adjournment of the court he we A K. Denny eold to Abe Cileman, of acre" the war. lodged in jil here for atfe keeping till the Mercer, hia fine bay gelding for ?'J-K McltOHEHTS, cf MK.ANIlMll0.1t abend can taae him thence. The fall meeting of the Louisville LilMtaa'rr, and MU Mie Ware, of Hop In order to lay In a atock of wheal for Jockey Club ill begin Monday, Septemklnavllle, have been xuela at Mr Jao M. winter grindmc, the Stanford Holler Mill ber 19. h and continue six day McKbert, JrV of a J. M. Bjard, of Mercer, had Mi inin V IInik.KiN. a liMtity of l.a increased it c.pitv atoclc to J 10,000, the blonde trpe from Winchester, i the The ealabiUhtnent ia now piying 05 cenltt lot of 1 10 hogs that he bad bought at 4 eta CUet of Mi Licy Tte, who will ulye a fur wheat and getting all it wanta Things to die in a few minute frot--i the excessive are decididly lively around it at present he it of last week. reception in her honor to worrjw niuht. A law suit in Illinois over a $2 hog Cait. 1'iiank Hakim went to Chilli, and people are beginning to rta';n what n haa been going nn 42 year and has cotl $7,-00- 0 and returned yeaterdny with big thing it i for Stanford cothe Saturday Tne mills of the courts grind slowly, Mra. Harria and Albert who will apend a few dtya wtib frienda here btfjre leafing Tiir ((Dverior'a Ball at Crab Orchard but they ought to be able to raaae a pretty et for Kransville, Ind. Mrrybady will Springa will occur Friday night, 2oh. fine article of ground bog in 42 yeara. It i es'imatcd that nearly $45,000 hes their departure Ooy Kontt and a large patty from FrankMn. T. N. RoiieiiT", of Btrbourville fort will be there and the occaeion promise been realized for the blackberry crop by the Friday, returning from the Rich to ecllpae the former distinguished events people of Pulaeki county this yenr. Brink waa h- -r ley, Citron A Co. have bought 16 bead of msnd Fiir. A pretty little woman was of the Kind at this great resort. The Govthe magnet that drew him from hia moun- ernor elect, Simon Ujllivar Buckner, with mules. They are paying ISO to 1120 per tain home, and not the Gne display of atock, Bettie and the Biby, are also expected lo head f Somerset Reporter. -- Kjwena Webb P.ueeell, K. C WarrenV though lie etjiyed that. be present fancy walking mare, took tbe premium Ma. H. P. Mi Am.isteh hat about cloa Jaii.id At an early hour Friday morn- over 13 others at Kicbmond, including a e d out bin buiineea here lo Mr Mike Elkin ing an officer arrested C H. Bishop and . horse that won last year at Lexington, Paris and will leave in a few dayr. Mr. M. haa S. Hood, at Hustcnville, for violating the andSbarpsburg. Tbe mare is named for a ebown himself lo be a deter man, a thorprohibition law. They were tried at once precinct in Ituaeell county, which gave ough gentleman and a demxral, lalltiei that ought to win any before Juetica Tuttle, when Bishop waa ac Dick a big majority. quitted, but tbo proof being dead against There haa been a big nheat crop, a man' way into pnblio eateem. Hood in three cue, be waa fined the full large production of oate, and a heavy yield U. Hamikman, of the Com Momr. W. rkr' Journal, and L J. Frszje, manager of extent cf the alaw, $150 He waa given all of barlej; there i a large eurplns of corn; Crab Orcnard Spring, were here with two day to make band for the amount, but therefore the people of the United S'ales very pretty girlj, Mm Htldemtn and none of hi friends would come to bis res- will not starve even should there be a deMerrell, Friday. They atarted to the lltch cue and at noon Saturday Dapuly Jim ficiency of fifty per cen. in the corn crop, and which is not probable. mo ml fair, but uiiaaed the train. The gen- Cook delivered him to Jailer the heavy doors of the prison shut him Mr W. N. Pott, late of this place, is tlemen honored u with a pleaaant call. from the world and its temptations lo vio- keeping up bia reputation as SuperintendLOCAL MATTERS. late tho law. Thia is pretty severe medient of the Stanford Holler Mills. A fp-r- i cine, but we hope it will be given to every men of his flour, made into bread, which Ouver Collled Plow and exlrf.e t man cacghtin the nefarious baiineae. If took the premium at tbe Stanfjrd fair, has linker & Bcitrhl'n. Mr. Hood baa not lost all self respect he been sent to this office and is as fine as was Doi'iile Weddikci Mr. Cy Butt and must feel very keenly tbe disgrace he has ever seen. Richmond Register. MiaaBtllie litter, Mr. Lincoln Price and brought on himself. It ie to be hoped that L?e, Hudson & Cj. sold to Martin, Mia Alice Prea'.on were nnrried at Mra. tho example will deter others from follow- Thompson & Co , of New Orlen, 40 extra !5llie Hiker'a, in this county, a few day ing In his footstep. fine mare mules, 10 hands 1 inch high, and ago. PEniiAPJ Fatal Accident. -- Friday from 4 to 0 years old, at $192 50 per head. conmcrning about 3 o'clock as Conductor Tom A better lot of mules cannot be found in II. C Johnson's boot and hoe (hop They also sold to same firm 10 tinues to grow in public favor and be i Hutchison was coming South with an ex- Kentucky. horses at price tanging from $130 to $200 getting all the work he can do Ilia price tra fteigbt be saw a man lying alongside are the re a the track near Broomfield. Slopping the per bead. William Moreland it Co. have are low and bii wjrk firt-:litrain he found that tbe man was uncsn received from Tenneeiee about 1,000 ewe, Dna for it. 'I aciou and taking him aboard he brought which cost about $2 25 per head delivered Foil Kent. The Will Andenon place, a him to this place to be attended by Danville Advocate. tbe here. in Stanford, btlf mile from the court-hout- e road', surgeon, Dr. Peyton. It waa after-- Trade dollars will not be redeemed af0D the Somerset pike. Posaeesion glren at wards discovered that the man'e name is ter September 3 If any remain alter that For further pirtlculara call at the oice. Jihn McColIock and that his home is at date they mi,;ht as well be sent to tbe jewplace. G. It. nardin. Maryville, Tenn. He with hia wife and m elers, to be melted into spoons. Tiir. dinctora of the Lincoln County daughter were returning from a two months' The democratic State convention of Slock Fair bate declared a diridendoffl visit to another daughter in Nebraska and Massachusetts will be held at Worcester, oa each share of $10 and Treasurer J H, when the trio took the cars at Louisville Siptember 20th, when delegates will be Eaughman waa distributing checks yetter Thursday night, they were so worn out chosen to tbe next national convention. considering with travel that they soon fell asleep, tn"e day. Thia ia doing first-ratThe Pircciix Fire Insurance of Brookwhich the di- old gentleman a few teats from tbe ladiea all the dirtiJvntage under lyn is becoming Impaired financially, but rector; labsred and shows what cm be It is supposed that during tbe night he got the directors propo'e to make good the done If we go at the business on a larger up to go to tbe emoker lo enjoy a cigar and is said to be owing to on returning missed his footing and fell. lo's in capita), which scale next year. unusually heavy marine losses. Hia wi e did not miss him till after passing The grand jury of Kowan county has AN offiaer ol the MetboJiat church tella Jellicn when a second conductor came us that the cjagregaiion wan greatly annoy- around for their tickets They referred indicted Hiram Pimon and A. P. Perry Also ed 8uody night by the miabeharior of him to the old man, but a rearch of tbe for the murder of Craig Tolliver. eome thoughllesi boye in the vestibule. A train failed to reveal him and their fare ''Bump" Mannin for the murder cf Will repetition of the act will not only cause a was demanded and paid. In the meantime and John Logan. They are in West V. prosecution before the p3llce court, but the the man bad been found as stated and tele- and a requisition has been made for tbem. If all tbe reasons why the democratic publication of each oflender'a name in this graphic ecq'iiry soon established his idenmajority was cut down were gathered into paper. Uoy, be gentlemen, and either tity His daughter returned to hia bedside Htay away from church or go Inside and be and his eon, Mr. J. A. McColIock, of a book it would be a veritable comedy of have youreelvee. Knoxville, came on and is now with him errors The reason it was cut down waa because it was cut down, just the same pro-ce- ai The second "section of a freight train at tbe Commercial Hotel. The latter tells the old cow went through when she ia about 72 yeara old and ran into the first at Crab Orchard Tourd us that his father New Era. feeble and waa forced to ubb a stall in crossed the road. day night, bidly injuring an engine and two car?. The cause of the accident war walking. He thinks that the fall was due HOUSE, the failure of tho conductor of the Oral to d'z:taea9 and his unsteady footstep. WALTON'S OPERA pection to fend hia flagman tho proper din There is no abrasion on his body but the BTANFOKD. KY. tance when he stopped at the station and general concussion seems to have produced He is el i 11 unconscious and WALTON BROS. - - Propriotoja. the further fact that the engineer of the paralysis. eecond section wai running faster than tbo likely to die at any time. We learn that rules allowed. No one baa been put ofl for be ia a member of tbe Presbyterian church, it.' Zin Dudderar was captain of section 1; a dlrector'in a local bank and stands high- Blse of 8tage, 20x60. Eight complet e sets of Seen. cry. Boating capacity, including gallery, Capt. J. II. Riilej and Kigineer Fred liar- ly in the esteem of the community in rates to good attractions. Uvea. which he J peea bad No. '2. Kolnic Norm- WUow Fllegener, maiden name Km II, poultly inarrldl to an American or othir gentleman, ami now known imder hit name, a natire ol Kiel, HoIatelD, I'mula, said tu be a resident or Hun-lor- d, Lincoln county, Kentucky, or tier amend-ant- s, are requested to address the undersigned on account of a will nnd Inheritance Irom Frledland, .wffl tl aaWKtVtfHaV' GHIUfi - - Mecklenburg, Germany 254-- 1 m, Tiitum. tttiiWAWix .v ;., Louisville, Ky. Notice of Amoudraout TO uLnduWAKiLj? Art Pottery and Fancy Goods y 3WI&J Articles of Incorporation. The undersigned amend tbo articles of incorporation of tbe 8 tan ford Keller Mill Company, adopted Feb IT, 1637, and on that day filed for leord In lhc(" erk's office of Lincoln county, Ky , as follows; r J I V w'mf -- - ' IZ." - ' r Jrrl-r"-- ;' ' For Ilinini; l'ooins, Dnnrln Koonis mid Chamber Ih'corallons. GLASSWARES DINNER SERVICES A. TABLE SPECIALTIES. TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. o.EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS.- Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. I n n I. Tbe Capital Stock ol said Company shall be forty thousand dollars. II. The corporation shall at no tlmi incur a debt exceeding twtntr lx hundred and filty dollars. W.tS. WKLCH, S.H.SHANKB, KOUESTU8 IlEII). 2S5 I ..Fall term begins SEPT. 14, 1007. For CATALOGUE and other information, addretl county AiToiNTrr.s itrnnvnn ntr.n or tuition. JAMES K. PATTERSON. PH. D.. LEXINGTON, KY. m (!. A. LACKEY. II. jj. VYITIIKKt), TUOd. FOSTER. THE KENTUCKY on .igrlcultnrnl ami .tlelmiiltal Aesociatioo. tl) Jb1' Aug. -- A- LEXINGTON, KY. I and Jrr- 7, G o c S3 o I 30, 31Jkpt. OPEHJO J)niy. 2, & 3, c K Kj lou-ehol- Ahm-jthonu- COMPETITION THE WORLD, N'iclio-laaville- k! go-p- el PjiecUl trains at reduce-- ) '! Iturrs htirh Is rates uti all lUIIroaJs. THE FLORAL HALL, Its grandeur on tne occasions which the leading feature, wi ttistday, surput all he 0cn in all pre-vlo- ui rici:i: aumi.k.niom No admission wl 1 tharced totladies, ur children uuler 1. years, ua the firtt day. O to in CO cj m 0 c lUiutiuber tbe ORAND MILITARY COMPETING DRILL. On the first day t.jr Knluhts of Pythias, Knights Templars and ttate Cluards. I'ruvn Hall and other noted pacttt lll attempt to lower the stallion record on the xcond day. For further It forma' lou. address H TlHtS JIAJ .. .TJ., i: 1'. JOIl.XSOX, eretary. Pres., IJSj.td' ! 2-- Administrator's Sale As Adininlstr.1 ors o' Mrs A. r. iioTer, we will sell at her late lestdtn w trie Hutt'invtlle pika, S miles from olaulord aud i mile Iruiu Turners-vllle- , on H. G. RCJPIiGY, mi:kchat 14 ii. oil I have received and still recelr'ng- - Thursday, August 25, 1887, Tb following property; 2 and mulrs, brood Mare. I 3 Jack, I extra family rockaway Horm, Cows and Calves, 1 ytarllo i heifer, 5 yearllnK Wagon, gteeis, about VS head bogs, a two-hors- e Household and Kitchen Furniture. TKltMs; All ismi ol flu and under Cash, orer thkt amount credit oliK) days with 6 per cent, interest on negotiable note payable la Lank. re-cr- Three jear-ol- 1 NewGoodsfor Spring and Summer Comprising tbe best In the market, which will t Gotton Up in Stylo and Mcko Sooond to None in City or Country lilt. j. g or Ell, A. E Administrators Mrs. J. K. I'AXAItSDALK. (Jorer, dee'd. Give ! Trial. Assgenta of the belrs ol Mrs. A. E. Gover, we will fell at tbe same time and place, the borne place, consisting of TO ACRES OF LAND, s. WEAREN & MENEFEE, Finely Improved, well Watered, good Orchard and a very desirable small place In oery particular. The dwelling la twoitory. with seTen rooms, there Is splendid barn and good Terms mtde I)H J. X. VA.NAltSlMLK. known on day ol sale. J F GOVEH, Agents. At the same time and place, I will sell l'J head of (rood feeding I atlle. 12 head stood Cotton Mules, 10 head ork Jlulf nnd ."() head Shrrp. 53-td. ,1. I. .Ul.li.l.OVhlt. van y, L3&J iVriiiTr Oa-en- a C AX Vlt S WORKSc Xl IjS S m -- BEAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment OTTH.0E3 Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, Scratches, Spraini, Strains, Stitches, Contracted Mtuclei, M Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more coniplete thanf ever; beSash-Blind- fore, from the cheapest to the best. All of ivork guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. Wc 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. 1I.C2REE1V. WEAREN & MENEFEE. Agl.. nnMteiivllIe, Ky. Now Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Screw Burnt, Scalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, Corns, StiffJointi, Backache, e Woraa, Swinney, Saddle Galls, Files. STAND-BY Calls, Gores, Queen and Crescent Route, Orloana and Toxas Paolflo Railway.) (Cincinnati Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. READ Mo.l. I Spavin Crack. THIS COOD OLD accomplishes for everybody exactly what lsclatmcd for It. One of the reasons for the great popularity ot tbe 3Iustang Uulmcnt Is found In tta universal applicability- - Everybody needaauch a medicine. The I.umbermnn needs It In case or accident. The Iloiiacn Ife needs It for generalfamlly ue. TUi' t'uunlcr needs It for his tcamsand his me i. Tim .Mt'Cliuulc needs It always on his w rk bench. Tho 31 Incr needs It In case of emergency. Tin) l'loueerncedslt can't get along without It. The l'rtrtiipr needs It In his house, bis staule, and his stock yard. Till! Stenmbnnt mnn or llio Hon tin mi needs It In liberal supply afloat and ashore. needs It- -It Is his bent The Horac-fniicli- T friend and safest reliance. needs It- -It will sae him The MocU-srowc- r thousanda of dollars nnd a w orld of trouble. The lUltroiulmnu needs It nnd will need It si long as hia life la a round of accidents and dangers. Tho IlnckavooiUiiinn nceiKlt. There Is noth. Ing like It n an nntldoto fur tho dangers to life, limb and comfort which surround tho pioneer. 1IOVVX. txu. 6. ItKAI) He, 7. Vl. No. C. THAINBbOUTH. ' TKAINHNOKTII. rTATIONS. 'L've. ' Ttailj. Ex. Buu, 7 55 a m 10 50 a m 4 Dallj 03p Mo.3. Mi..'. Dallj. 6 5 3 2 2 2 12 12 Dallr. Dally. inclunul .. 'rv (leoreetutru l.ealugton Nlcbolasvllle Usrrodshuru Junction.. banville .lutictlon City , .. Kings Mountain . Dally. Ex. Sun 10 No. 4, .No. 6. Dally. 6 40 am!.. 4 10 am!.. 3 48 a tu' Dally. 1125 am! lU7ain 1221 12 am, 12 1 5.1pm nam1 pin1 p in 7 05 7 8 02 8 43 8 59 9 10 35pmll5lpm pin 12 21 u 9 00p iu p m II 33pui ..... p in p in 1 05 a iu p hi 115 a id 2 5 8 3 I 47 20 . pm pm 25 7 am 51pm 8 flu 7O0a m 0 27 a m 5 47 am 5 32 am 5 20a m 27am a ml pm 135pm 00 p ui., Ul 10(0 pro. 5 2 45 f, 25 u 30 3 .15 SOO pm a m a m 42 55 45 50 8 00 a Ul 11 CO pin a ID p in a id a m a in .(hkdale .Chattanooga Birinlnijham Ncvr Orleans Somerset 1155 I'pw 2 38 a m .. 2 28 a mL I 10am 9 40 p m 10 10pm 015 Meridian Ka'T,.. 8 10 a iu 6 00 a m 10 35 p in 7 10 p m ,... 4 30 p m 9 00am am 030 p in 40 a m 6 3 economy. 750am .T. P Junction The Merchant needs Itnbout his store among 111 happen, and when his employees. Accidents Arriving at Ctuttmoij at U.!0. 9 leaves Oakdale dally except Sunday, at6 15 a. m No. theso come tho Mustang Liniment t& wanted nt once. leavea Chattanooga at 4.30 p. M,, arriving at Uaciale at 7. 15 r. u, KeepiillnltU'lntuelluuac. 'TIS tho bestot Mann Boudoir Buflat 61eplng Cars on all through trains. use In case of accident aavei pain and loss of wages. .. ... . - I., a I. .. tJ.nltli. fn " ' Itecp n noil in II 15 pm . 8 00 a ni ., ..... fl 5.5 p in . ...., 7 10 p mi. . ,. Meridian .....Vlckshuiv ,...dbrTrort. .... , 20am 45am 835pm 300 am 6,55 pm 8. CO a in No. 18 Keep n Uotlle I" ilie- - Fnctorr. Itslmmedlate JOHN i uae vheu wnnsnlt Ainn ?.' C. (1AULT, Oen'l Manager, It. CAl'.r.Ol.I,, (len'l Hupt., W. WKLUS, Superintendent, Boiaenet, W. Kr. K. X. ItYAN, Asst. H. COLLBnAN.Qen"! Fit. A Pa. Act., Oea'l Fit. A. l'as. Ajont. eneral Offices, 8t. Paul Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ot'o, 7 THE WORK OF FIENDS. In Ontiiil A Cruel Trlino Cotnitiltti'il Illinois Thirty Yrart Arii. In tlm Tho number of crimes committi-icountry out of what may bo tertuoil "jiuro cusseilness" U astonishingly lurse, nml Includes many murders, observes n writer in tho Now York KeenOi'j Sun. Tho death of Charles J. Walton, as mentioned in Chicago papers tho other day,recnlls, the particulars of a crime of thirty years ago which mado a great stir at the time, but. l which can nut now bo remembered by a dozen persons. At tho tlmo of tho murder Walton was n boy eleven years of age, and in tho employ of a farmer named John Courtwright, in Central Illinois. One rainy day in the fall the two wcro shelling beans in nil old barn nlout half a milo from the farm house. It had como to bo three o'clock in the afternoon, when the farmer, using his knifo to cut oil a piiee of tobacco let it slip through a crock in the tloor. Tho boy wont out doors ond crawled under to secure it. It was a close squeeze for him, anil he had not yet reached tho spot when ho heard threo men enter tho Iwrn. The sound of their voices proved them strangers in tho neighborhood. Tho spokesman said they had come to see If the farmer had a horse to sell. He replied that he had not, when one of tho men laughed and said: "Come, old fellow, we don't want a librse. V'v want to see you dance nnd The farmer must have reolired that they meant him harm, and he began to bog and boseech and oiler to buy them otf. He had about a dollar in change in hi- - ocket, nnd he gave them this, together with n knifo nnd pipe. The trio had no sooner stripped with him than they armed theiu.-tlve- s some switches ued to drive the oxen and liroceoded to whip the joor man until his screams seemed likely to be heard at tho highway, half n milo off. Young Walton frightened, and he explained i was terriblynot go -why ho did for help by saying: "Theio was no one at our house but Mrs. Courtwright, nnd no neighlxir nearer than a mile and a half. As it was raining, no one would bo likely to bo parsing on the road. Ami, too, thorn was such 11 lot of rubbish under tho barn that I could not movo without making a great noise, nnd I felt that they would certainly hear me." When tho farmer began to shout for help they knocked him down and gagged him with a handkerchief, and then their devilish thirst for blood became more apparent. One of thorn seized the farmer's loft hand and coolly and deliberately broke every linger in succession. They pulled on" his boots nnd npplied lighted matches to the soles of his feet, nnd with their knives creased the soles in every direction. They at first seem '1 to delight in his violent struggles, hut Hually used chains nnd ropes to tie him (low n. "When they hnd kept up their torture for about half nn hour," he said, "tho gag carao loose, and Mr. Courtwright called out to them in tho name of God to spare his life. He ottered them W) he had In the bank nnd n deed of his farm if they would let him go, but they only mocked him. Ono of them said it was the greatest sport he had had in twenty years, nnd said he hod always wanted to seo how much a man could suffer before death camo to relievo him. Most of the time they had their victim gagged, so that I could not hear his voice, except . ho kept up a moaning, but sometimes, when tho gag was loosened, he cried and begged of them in a way to melt your heart." Tho cutting and slashing of the farmer did not satisfy tho cruel nature of the tormentors. One of them had n muzzle-loadinpistol, and ho loaded it with small charges of powder, and fired them Into tho naked liody of Courtwright. Another stuck his legs full of splinters. These two hitter modes of punishment furnished tho clew by which the murderers were overhauled. When they had been at thoir Internal work for nearly an hour they legan to tiro of it. Tho farmer was In a dying condition, nnd they finished him with u knife. Tho Iwy heard every word and movement, nil J ho said: "I heard them talk about finishing 'the old fellow off, nnd there was quite n dispute as to who should use the knife. It was finally decided, and the fellow sharp-jienetho blade on his boot anil then kept thrusting and counting one, two, three, nnd so on up to sixteen, and these were tho number counted on the dead body. I was lying on my stomach on the ground ju-- t under tho body, ami tho warm blood ran through the cracks on my head and shoulders." As soon as the trio had loft, the boy crawled out to give the alarm, but it was nine o'clock nt night before nny considerable number of men had gathered and tho pursuit was taken up. Tho men were tracked to a point north of l'ekin, where they stole horses from a field and headed for Monmouth. To tho north of that place they stole n team, and made for the Mississippi river, and there all traens of them wero lost. It seoms that they htole a shanty Ixiat und started off down the river, and wero next heard of three weeks later, nt the mouth of tho Illinois river. They tied their lioat to the shore and roamed mound tho country in a lawless way, and one night a farmer shot ono of thuni in the leg as ho was robbing tho hen house. The man had n pistol, and he fired back at the farmer and missed. It was then knocked from his grasp, und as he luy on the ground lie gritted his teeth in rage and exclaimed: "You infernal hound! but how I'd like torevengo on you. I'd like to shoot you full of powder nnd fill your tlesh with bjilinturs." Tho words cnught tho farmer's attention. He had read of the murder of Courtwright, and he believed ho hud ono of the men. Giving tho alarm to three or four of his neighbors, they secured the wounded man They and then set out for tho weie ilred on, but when they had killed one of tho men tho other surrendered. charged with tho Courtwright murder, he held out for awhilo and then confessed. Out of tho dozen mon who had by this time gathered together not a voice was raised to turn tho prisoners over to the sheriff nnd tho law. Tho one unhurt was strung up within half an hour of his confession, nnd the wounded ono n little later on. When lite was extinct the bodies were weighted nnd sunk In the river. .Just who tho men were was never known, liut they wero rutllans of the worst description, who wero probably making their way to Missouri mid beyond and living on the country as they went. The one who confessed said they meant only to rob Courtwright, but his Iwtrayal of fear angered them, und they killed him for being n coward. Only Wanted it t'liuiirt. Hobby," said his mother, "one piece of pio is iiuito enough for you!" "It's funny," responded Hobby, with an Injured ilr: "you say you are anxious that I should learn to cat properly, and yet you won't give mo n chance to practice. " .nieilcn Alirttil on the Com. Knglund Iu said to have one cow to eight mid n half persons; franco ono cow to and Americu one cow-ttlnee and nn-oth- er n-g d boat-housHo-Jn- g hear you sing." tion of tho kidneys If frequently taken warmed to n blood heat. Ax old nxo handlo that refuses to bo Into the system. A rowr.iiri'L disinfectant nnd a good drawn from the head, or that can not be purifier Is an nrtiflclol sea atmosphoro drillod out, may bo easily romovod by sotproduced by a solution of poroxldo of hy- ting tho edgo Into moist earth up to tho drogen, containing ono per cent, ozonlc eye nnd building n fire around tho other, lodlno to saturation, and 2.W por projecting part. The wood soon chars cent, sea water. This may bo sprayed in out, whilo tho moist oarth protects tho a room at tho rate of two llultl ounces In tempered bin le. As an nrgumont In favor of feeding llftccn minutes. experiit It Is thought tho perfection of sanitary cnivesyet may be sal lto that every tho eld-o- r provo that made goes measures has much to do with tho pro- ment the nnlmnl the more food Is required to longation of human llfo. As nn example, the death rato of England ha, boon pre- make a pound of growth. Ten pounds of sented, which gives a falling off of 1 T2 por good buy will make a pound of growth In n one thousand of population .in less than culf weighing four hundred pounds If It f por cent, of Its four years time, In consequence of a dimin- will oat three nnd weight each day, whereas it will toko ution of zymotic diseases. one Kecent phonomona have suggested the twenty pounds to produce steer. pound of thousand-pDunpossibility that tho enormous consumption woight on u 1'ios are much troubled with parasites of tho elements of electricity iu tho utmos-pherby tho electrical appliances employed because of their uacleauly hnblts of feedThey consume nil sorts of putrid In tho cities, hns rendered the cities less ing. liable to harm by tho forces of nature than matter, vermin, and ordure of other anitho country. Thodomands upon the ele- mals; lionco they take into their Intesments by cities have, uudoubtHlly. miti- tines a large number of germs nnd eggs gated the violence of electric action In tho of parasitic animals nnd plants. Thus they become subject to all sorts of diseases ntmoMihere. Citi.oHins ot iron is nn nc.ive disinfect- of this nature. Thoro tiro several kinds ant, and, liko chlorine and Us compounds, of worms which infest pigs, but tho remedy for all of them is the same. Give one acts as an indirect oxhlicir while unJer-goinreduction to tho lower chloride. dram of santonin daily for ten day In Chlorides of zinc and mercury i re both soma boiled corn meal mush with milk, very corrosive poisons and powerful ger- thou stop for teu days and then ivp-'a- t. Tun extraordinary increase in the use micides; they have tho power of coogulut-m- g albumen, and shouU b- - used in a high of potatoes as food which has occurred altostite of dilution, and with extreme cau- within tho last thirty years is not taste gether duo to changes In popular tion. but . The proportion of carbonic acid existing We like potatoes better, It Istru. Tno it part chiefly because thev are bettor with n in the air is 4 parts hi lO.OJ), or the As tho provemont in quality began of the tulk of the atmosphere we. ght of this ncid is one nnd a half times Goodrich seedlings, whose mildness of his I to many llavor commended that of the air the proportion by weight is never been able to them the coarse, who strong like o parts in 10,iAH) An inch of nir weighs 15 precede 1 pounds, and a square foot of it weighs 210 flavored varieties which and mealy them Is, of u col- A potnto cooking dry pounds; honco the carbonic acid in the weighs oNactly course, now the kind required by some best umn of air 100 feet square old standard of excellence, though 1.2WJ pounds, nnd in an acre it weighs people learned In their youth to like th; .')?! one-hald o g ITEMS OF HUSBANDRY. LITTLE SCIENCE. Ynt u pigs nro liable to bo afflicted with Is th opinion of sanitarians salicylic acid Is becoming commonly used in tho the scours etc. through being fjd with of cnuuliic fuods and quids. This cUl milk; It Is therefore recommended nn acid destroys digestion and impairs tho ac- that tho skim milk fed them should bo A Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured by administering Dr. Halnos' Golden Specific. cs 1 free will IT NKVKIl KAIIJs. Tho system once Impregnated with the Specific It becomes an titterlmposslblllty fur the liquor appetite to exist. For full particulars, address UOhDKN SPECIFIC CO., 185 Rare st.. Cincinnati. O, It ran be Rlcn In a cup of coffee or tea withol the person taking It i Is out the kiinnii-ilgnbsolutel) harmless and will eltect a permanent and speedv cure, whether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards hare been made temperate men wholiaso taken (Solden Hpeclllo In tlielr collco ultliout their knoslediie,and bellcse tliey null drinking of their own y WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT- WALL PAPER, ROBERTS & STAGG'S Wall Paper, as sr i 9 lWffiii-Vir- ' j Cases, Caskets, Robes, Fullland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. AKir P0WD B?fcr" B. K. WEAREItf. -- Stanford. ! Absolutely Pure. :isr:E."Vtfr- about tons. .hor coms"tlton with the multitude of low weight alutu or tliupUt powders. folJotiljr Id 1'owpki O. BorALllsaiso csm. 100 Wall Street, new orr LOUIS SCHLEtiKL, Thlit powder nerr rsrlM. A mrTlolpurli eiououilcn itrtntfth nJ wboleoiucniM.nJ 'Morenot 1st )le run Ihtu the ordinary klnda, ten (FURNITURE STORE MACK 1IITFMAS, Froprlelor. t show Unit if fatty oils urj cooled dow to twenty degrees, and kept at that temperature for three hours, they assume very different dogroes of hnrdnos, olive oil being the hardest. A cylindrical iron rod. one centimeter m length, and extend. ng below in a cone, and upon which is exerted a pressure measured in grains until it penetratos Into the oil with its entire length, shows that olivo ell requires n pressure of seventeen hundrel, and cotton grains. oil twenty-fiv- e The benefit to the mind of physical activity has been demonstrated bayind all cavd. A class of sluzgHh, IHterate men confine! in a reformatory, were organized into a class for n.iysicnl development. After a course of calisthenics outside of tho. r workstop. they lent in weight for n wlu.e, but soon regained and with elasticity, whilo their mental capabilities wore enlargsd to tho extent that previously difficult mental feats were performed with perfect ease have Onsar.VATio.x and experiments proved that the effect of the sun's heat upon the rails In a ruilroid is such that In building a space must bj left between the ends ot the raits to permit of expansion. For the same reason iron bridges have to bo carefully tonstructel with room to move upon their foundations. Tho great Brooklyn bridgo Is constructed in four pieces, with abundance of room for tho moement that takes place unier tho sun's intlucncj. It is said u change of several feet takes placo in the position of the of thu bridge occasivieJ by tho exciuu-pansion and contraction of the supporting cabies. AuTinciAL whetstones aro among the latest results of scientific cxpenmsnt. Geiantine of good quality is d'ssolved in its own weight of water, the operation being conluctcd In a dark room. To the solution one and one half per cent, of bichromate of potash is added, which has previously been dissolved In n little water. A quantity of very lino emery, equal to nine times the weight of tho gclanttne, is intimately mixed with the gelatine solution. Pulverized Hint may bo substituted for emery. The mass Is molded into nny desired shape, and Is then consolidated by heavy prossuro. It Is dnei by expjsuro to strong sunllgnt for several hours. A LANOV.kOE of sound colors has been deemed feaslblo by certain students in the research of human facul y A case Is by emlnen'. French scientists tho peculiarity of which is its hereditary character. The gentleman in question has colors for articulated sounds, ut not for r. usicul ones. 1'oth his son an.l daughter havo a similar faculty. Tho father and daughter agreo quito closely on the colors going with tho vowels and consonant sounds; but tho names of the numerals While words are quite exceptional seemed colored to them only when spoken vory slowly and separately, and then simply tak on tho colors of tho component sounds, particularly the vowols, tho nnmes of the numerals havo distinct colors which ara entirely different In father and daughter. s newly-acquired I kinds. Ox lands In cultivation for years, an! especially thoso of a cold, compact clay or slaty nature, which without lime yield tneag'r crops of clover, slaked llitv. broadcasted eight to tweve bushels jer acre, proJuccs crops of astonishing luxuriance. Lime alone on a great many soils has no visible effect and these are generally limestone soils, but on thoso abounding In potash in nil insoluble form it acts ns ti powerful fertilizer. If n field of rod clover can have ten or twenty por cent, added to the yield by the comparatively trilling labor nnd expense of sowing two or throe bushols of ground plaster to the acre, anl if another Held, rebellious to tho clover crop, can be subdu d to the bur-doland of bearing tin crops of llrst-ratby a little larger expenditure for lime, it Is certainly advisable to try both. Nervoi's ntln who nre nnd speak hastily without consideration have horses that are without courage to faco supposed danger. No borsj is balky by nature, though somo are made balky e more easier than othors. Tlu method of scaring and cruolly torturing the colt when breaking him to harness was nil wrong. OMt should bo treated kindly and humanely at all times. No man with nn ungovernable temper is lit to handle colts His children cares thorn as they pass their stalls, nnd all nro on terms of familiarity and good feeling. Firmness, however, is necessary to beget Colts should b3 eiuculod confidence. ch icily in the bitting bnrmMs. but not long at a time nor in a ciuel manner The aim is to teach thorn to carry the heal naturally and to answer to the reins freely and Harness with a steady old perfectly horsi first, to teach the ways of the horses are world. Yjung i; much more easily matched than many they nJapt themselves t3 each other ty a fow months' work together. ranker-tasting n o qulclc-motioneold-timwell-traiusup-pos- IMIOTOGKA.IMIEK, niCIDIOMI. K JpfJliJ I on IiimmI a la rut- ami hcIpc! liuu ol' I'uriil. oim1m. My nrlt-Owill lo a lou a hiicIi am! riulfrliiUer'n KoO(Im Cllll lU l)IMII(lll ill till OltU'M. iilVV, IIIO U Irllll 1111(1 VOtl ulll In convinced thai 1 mI1 lower than lliu iohcmi. - HXTtfKi Photograph Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and' Prlcfi. in all styles and sizos. Wattr Colors. Sw.leitui la Viiu 'l MiUt ry low iWt-ly Livery, Training, AND prepared t" train and OS-- 6 tir-a- Feed, Uir SALE STABLE! itrt, I yu HulDJ rfBUdthe Mabloon I)flt nn reawnall hows day trade olltltM tfrnn. County Tourl ui. , Mill nluays lmv JOilMl.t'MtrK.XTEIt,Ky SUntoiJ. .TACKNOX MOUNT:, 2Sft 11 'flSll BKtftf F. LONDON, KY. imibbm XI IIIKhKWaterproofCoat Is The Best Erer Made. F .B.RILET. Proprietor. TlioroiJRlilr Itriiosntrrt unit Itrfiir. I'lrl-cln- i I'lirr iililUHl lliroiisliout nml rwinoiinlilciirlcci. Iiy mul iiIbIU (al no nrc met by polite l'lirlprnof IliU W'f populnr llnuip. n I !ml r Utr. IRiTK .Ii HIRC B in-- nr Il.m'1 wiit nr raMur (sit T Flll I1IIASO M.1 ' KF' rn Unt Iii".iii y t ricra It - Ir -nm - I w II I r p yt'4 dry In I I l r at l liir.i r 'tixerjotii-- r ir , ! -mit riII r it ' l II I T'llTl It aiHImm il :" lA ri M' ' I 9kSBK Ol Kexpcrt News & WILLIS HOUSE, M.M!ST, HICHMO.Ml, lit AH Ainiifim S Kl OFF-HAN- D SQUIBS. INDUSTRIAL IMPORT. io, one-thir- d, o OL.C Uuu tl w .UmJ J.J.ilj rnir.innii'inv is shipping refined oil to Japan. A cargo of eighty thousand cases is noted as a latu coiisijiiment. The money value of the hay crop of the New EnglanJ and middle states Is estimated as groator than that of all tho grains produced there. HECBVTOstimatos place tho total wealth of this nation at about f U,0)J, 000,000, nearof which is said to bo in ly farms and farm property. Sixteen States produce cut nulls and spikes at tho rnte !sl().'JT3,00J pounds por annum, exclusive of bar iron spikes, wire nails nnd horsn shoo nnlls. Is building tho first New unto, N, Y olcctrlc vessel constructed In this country. feet long, to bo It Is u yacht thirty-sevepropelled by electricity and will be run between Nowark and New York. Statistics compiled from tho direct returns from coal producers throughout tho country shows tho total coal production for one year to havo been about 105,000,000 tons, tho minimum vnluo of which is placed at ovor $147,000,000. Newakk, N. J. surpasses tho world In the manufacture and sulo of corkscrews. In this State tho largest numbers of those articles arc made. Ono firm alone Is re. portod to havo made 15),3u0,O0U0 cork screws In one year alone. The railroad business of Uuffalo, N. Y., Within Is reported us being onorinous. tho city limits nro ovor 4'Kl miles of railroad tracks bolonging to eleven main lines und clover, branch or local Hues. During hours 12.) passenger every twenty-foutrain leave tho Buffalo stations, and 129 passenger trains urrivo. Each daysovon- express trams leave tho city for s ol different parts, nnd somo 2,00J freight pass In nrvl out. Tho railroads give employment to 15,0j0 porsons residing It) UutTulo, and tho estimated annual wages of these employes aiu ovor $7,600,0)0, und .10,000 parsons in it N safe to say ttiat-rivthat city .nro directly supported by thu or.e-quartn r cur-load- TnE dumb waiter may not take a tip, but It often takes a drop. Tiieke never yet was known a man on who ha 1 room enough, untho street-ca-r less It was ino that hud saltrheum. A sioxo tho many strange professionals ot tho present, Is alios ton man who stumps tho world nt billiard playing with his nose. This, we should imagine, would necessis tate a man's probosls bolnjj of a shape. Tiieiie couldn't be a better use to which a goat could be put than that of pulling a lawn mower. When it conies to utilizing them for this purpose insfud of keeping them as a neighborln ol oJorator. wa say mower power to them. Olt In Tombstona thoy have a "curfow" ordinance. It requires every one under eight olghtcon to be ut homo by half-pas- t In the evening, or pay a lino. If thn young fry out there would do as tl.ey ousht, they would Incur few lines. If a hansom man is drivln? with n sulky girl couldn't ho pacify her enough with a 'bus to start her tonguo to wagjjln' Landau tho living! Who J'ltul tltin'il. ever hcrdlccase of this kind In which it fulle J. Of courso ho cau. We will leave it to tho girl hearsiilf. The following nowsy item appeared in u way-bac- k Mississippi society paper: Mr. Sanford Captnin George Washington Higgiiiloihain recently engaged the able efforts of tlnj tonsonal artist of our town in curtailing the growth of his cupilliform Where now Is Boston I substance How doth vacation's Idle hour try to pass; Tho school-bcue-nou-i'f. tFora good Table And clean ar.1 well furnlihM ro.nn,, thl HotM bai no iuprlor. (food famfle riwm, attach.!.y 101-lrlUtr a 11 00 i day. J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. Ulsslsalppl Valley C:. BY DAYLIGHT Through th, CANONS ol NEW RIVER and aerou th, LLE0HNIES and tht BLUE RID0E, patting WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and othir Summer Htiorti ol tht Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. Friend makes THE SOMERSET PAIR " FIHEST SUMMER ! CLIMATE IN AMERICA. Obienatlon Cars from Kanawha Falls lo Charlottti' title Breakfast to Supper) from April 1st to Decern Jtt 1st. ONLY SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS "f i h a IS 3 OS Uvliis Tbelrneil ineMltu DAY.s ?W,J.V.iBh. In "'UI'""' and CONTINUES premium, they otter It uti alstowricic led tlnz purte,. Hace, itiry day, horio, ra the r.M. and itirted promptly alt..'! oier half mil track In the hareipnd uo ptn, 'jr The iiunasenie-- t eafine to make raii-'heap l t- on all the Itallreada lor both win aud teatt ln,1'-.f- . XK. Srereturu J' J1 mow L:u1st11Io, Cb:isnati, aad Losltcs, t: ml I ttne.1 i te "MT TOR SALE! LAND, HTOCIC at , I will on the jireml-eto the highest b.ldr, on 'ltilI ul'l au Hon Connects In tarn depot In Washington lor stnnM bo nnvl n few roontha before conflscmcal Si' f"r book" Ti MoTiun," mailed frc lllUliriE!!) ItCUlLiTOll Co, Atacu, Ga. 1 ,ell at BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW Direct rout to KENTUCKY YORK. "ithu-iUH- M CENTRAL B r. HATDKD.1Y. AUG. tiOTII, 1SS7, LYNCHBURG, Tfce following U;iiiU)' piotrty DANVILLE, And all points In Well luiprored New Dwelllnu and out liiuMlne. well walerrd and S mile) (row Hianford. en lh A the dirt road between Stanford tornJanllle S head Acre, otijood Itush Branch pike, SO Tattle, n lot of of Hornet and Mulei Ima an.l other tari.H Drill, Hake, ml VIRGINIA nnd NORTH CAROLINA. -E- a Shortest and Quloko3t Routo from Ue tral Kentuoltj to all Points North East, Wast ami Southwust -- plement! HomehoUaoJ Vii IN' XCURSION IS KKHil I TICKETS IN SEASON). Fatt I Ire Kti Kluhen ""''; Jl M '' 1 S'... N" I lui'y ' i I'1 10 . LXl.UTO i i tk ClM'I.WlI. A.KKKI.KV Sun I.e iiBilUilM e) Arr I. xiiikit..ii While uii. -- U'M l I. i i 'I i . " t'liarl'itinn (V KlctTiunii l " Newrj'l .Ww r 'I i I. i' Nuri' 1 ii I ' i II " Doth ho till up on peaches sour And other garden sass J louisvuit MtwAiBAnraCHiCACoJirit-- " Oh, yes; and when hit taste is cloyed And ho Is bowed with pain, He vouetli deep within himself To not do so ui?aln. Mit. Blink I suy Bright, old man, what's good for insomnia! I haven't boon A NEW FAST MAIL LKAVIMU IIOIII (lid I'kIiii 1 ociilin Norfolk VS'Mhliiiuii MaltluiurH ut I ii. i IM) p in il 1 w l i iu Ii in p ii T '0 p in T " p tu .. ! '" p in i ? p iu I a a in Tlirouh Hiker, ,nl bLVe eiietke'l io io iletlluatlon reache.) b, t railroad. Kor full aril, ulan, tall ou hny oiiii. n ta iu companr,nr , MOIt-lES K. B. Oen.PaM M. i Traf. I'a, Aot, Uiltuton, C HUNTIMITI.S' lleceHer, (ieneral iiiacet, Cofutiin Ky ..(.".ln''", Kt Aiceui, I. t " H I'ulUI Iphlt New York S n if '" pin il ii .K pin a ' 1 i" a iu n. ' MYBKSflUTJSL. STANFORIi. B. B. BURNSIDfc,. iv a LOUISYILTiK A CI.VCIXV AT Di'ly, eecurci to traveler, For Tli tele, l!ie Infjriii iUnn, Ticket oth enr itildrck, ' -1M M VIih I'lPuMeni. ilc, apply at Hlil. . v nbiu to catch a wink those lust few nights. VVl.t.r.H ? dm" Bright I don't know exactly, unless you got I'rof. Do Hang to perform one of his thuudor.os on tho piano for you. That THE MOST HMD SERVICE will make any ono weary enough to go to sleep. i The boy stood at the chopping block, Erer attempted between tbe great loiuiuertlal heme aud lilrttlo, and Ills bands with splinters torn; the laiteat time and mo,i comfortable tralna le The perspiration dumped his smock, th. twen all point" In ihetfoiifh, or t'. of ibli II e'jf Ills brow with cure was worn. aud AorZnrf nt. The wunta-par- t on all trunk llnea la denominated Thu Limit-fi- t "Say, Mother, soy'" ho cried; FjclireilH. Tneauperbrolllrwatiick w "If yot my task bo done." VnUmltetl Comfort. eye, Ho knew not that tho father's WAtall Coupon Ticket Olllcw in the uoutli -Was on his proud young son. you will und our time tablet and tlcketj. ay " ion, gel Monon aud tllck lo Jloiiuii, If hate a ,ou want tii aaT moner and r,. 11. Allplea.ani lour- -' MJiAIli.. qa Cieueul I'asaeuiicr Agent. Coicao. . and Oll'iccra: City llcketAgenia Ky. llh Ate., E. A. Buckhkk, O I. M: ToaaKrB, 1?J V.ne it., Cincinnati. Blchuiund, Va. .' Loultr lie Ky, I'ror A Urn ml Combination INTERIOR JOURNAL And the l.iiiii,Tllle ' THE This Old and Well - Knowu Hotel Still Maintains it Hl?h' Reputation. aNU Weekly OnriiT- - .loiiruai n p prt niilj l tine jer prliMiu n. more tnan tlie l'i fur . xtfa r?uroRrietSr u Dot'rminijii it Shall be deoond to no Coirr. railrjoaj duLijc m.u;. .liji-c- . the building boforo Its completion. This RICHMOND. KY. soims preposterous. A cat so mum as to rafiilty, F.een Peput; A1 vnntnsrrs.-Fu- ll Jle.iltliy location In the lienrt i( becomu mumm lied right Within easy ineute of Study lioplt.iM comimin llluo range of tlutiron and other Ity. (IniM rexlon. Ilenui-dnn- llffl to IJI0. Attendanen Jtoilenile eapt'inen, articles of virtu, must have been n mum- liatae,lonZ, from MMntM. Nkxt rmo OPI my when it Urst took up its lolgmgs In hriT. II. 1S.47, For full Infiirinntliiii and C'atulnifilo ,tea: !i.uj;. s, a. a. I ?r!yt Li H. BLANTQNjD.D., Chancellor, boot-Jack- "You chop that wood'" tho answer came; "No use to try to snlrK; You can not play that littlo'gnmc, You'vo got to do your work." Some imuglnutlvo Individual has chronicled tho finding, In a muminlllcd state, of n cat within the walls of a house orccted forty-seveyears ago. The theory is advanced that tho felluo found Its way Into n '' m lor Ic and fur a Ml lu the Unite.) brllilu.t ami Htili'.i tain I h "-fttttaplt TIiom wii.i ilnlr lo tiauiiiin Htatea at ihU Klhre 'on fiMf.l..if muesli do topy fifthIII i'ii u'i jmi Uj payliu u tl you will iwj l your Iiouim pjper wllli (lie dun-- i J" u., tb repreeeruailyn newipj'r ii h S mtu. ! nm aiM Hot6Hnth8 8tate)initiFr Appointmenti, or Attno. tion to Oomfort of 'i: . their Qneatt tn ),t UaaKage will be eaniered to aal free of charge. Special aeeom .,.(t to ComnerrlalTraTelere. TI,. II.. alwaja lapplted with trie eh-Araadanf Mnaoe ni" ... .. f'ir. " CENTRAL UNIVERSITY Jv(icrnt 4V fltuatSlriiiliirff. JVl Til 4 IMYI. I Tim V iV iin ir II Ii n ,li I ' ' A Ii i r ' 3 3tna A Wftoal b;ttl Ciet::C9. Ohio. b,iven a' ,.vi tin lrt. ive f . rini If rUalrhr oM ofiilltr. v4rir .it it 4tifi o.a. wl'ltfJKOiN iat.-oo- utn l ICN KV t . l 3 , lc.lt A I.UV, llANFOKU, o Clncinnrtt.HMM ttultia.S'. 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