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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887081901 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. Stmt VOL. XVI. cr 0 III Intrfiof STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1887. amfmal NO. 256. journal. 'uofMririt I ' nirf(iuinMr -- AT ?4'J I'I3IlANNUM,CAaiI. wo credit that 11.50 will be Peeled and demanded. unJentood If numberof iujM.lld i hMh lhll . there vai a better adininialration of buai- nea than there ia. co and every man could gel his care tried Now all thia would be endurable it we had from our court a better declaration of et principle anJ delivery of opinion which would carry stealer weight na aalinfactor; authority founded on reason and precedent. Hut, S M. Ii , hap I hi remit been nttnined? Are rou prepared to demonstrale that the opinion of the Court of Apptalu are bitter and ioundtr in prlnc'ple than they were 'JO yeir nno when Jode Uilirlon wan one of thecour? If you are -- fail in and do a" much busmen, ami nliottt one half the ,, LONDON, -- LAUREL COUNTY W. lliC-llH- VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. OI irl'iis rain hav blessed the mrl't I, Mis, Ksbecca Itsvnold died nl KANK STOCK v- ! hank stock fok nale I wjih lo sell Forty-tlr- e Shares of First National Dank stock ot dtanfbrl. If not iold privately will vU pubtlcl7 County Court Djv. 2'7-t- 'l i L - in the pW fitw days. W. F. (Jreen hid ll.n uiisformre t cently In lose hi steam w and k'rist miff by lire; the work o' iticeniiiari&s Wanted, 100 head of oitlle to grz on good m mn'ain urn A Mrsss 15. K 15 W. P. WALTON- - i j 6 i - ;i .1 ?' make yourself ftmom n a ureal le'l critic, inveeligator and dircoverer, and "It t pretty well llcderMond that Jildr ealablleh Jinle. 1'ryor on the pinnacle IVyor will be a tMmliiU'e for reelictlon, on which you have eeateij hiui. Hut if yen underline thi lei rnc ink you on an'l a ho hi given general to enlighten th profeion and the people bench he U not likely to hive oppwi the joint pirticu-Ur- h: tion. Indeed, with the exception of Judge general! upon there i Vry-.- r the alne-- i man LlmUav, Judge Id TaU'tht- - opinion of (lie Court of who ban rat on the lunch of our AppI Appeal in homicide cses during the last Uiurt elnce the war candi- 15 altldy them, analjzi them, Snoiild Judge l'ryor MI to Iw ze Iheui, if you can, expound them, for the nomination will be date, Hie race lively. CjI. P. P. Jacob., of Danvil'e. and make them perfectly familiar Id your uiirul. Then take the homiIn a cindi-dalwould in that event VanWinkle. pf D,n-vill- cide cie no pudm tml if ju'l cm tind Hjii Jahu S. wotilJ be a elrong candidate if he en- a single one fjr which there i not a clear, tered tne race, though it i not likely he umiUtakaLSa prrctdeut 'or a reveratl and Col. Jacob would both run. Judge ' you un lake the cile." I "m confMikeOler. of Lncter; Judne V. II. idently that H i well nikiii, if not wholly, r (or the Mf circuit or crimi Smith, of Kichnnnd, and Judge O'Hara, of iwp-illilnal j id.-- in the Slate, SMielea! by the brl Covirikiton. would like lo get on tho Appe Sjuie of thee may be cand- trad. ul common wealth' attorney, lo render late bench even aalnit Jude Pryor, but there a judgtrtnl in it homicide cee that will idal, Cjurt eeeui to be a aort of general consent that atund the let t cf the opinnn of the term of Appeal, which by it precedents have if the latter gentleunn wantK another put it in the power of tht.1 court to re? tree he can bav it " Njw Judge Pryor i a good old mill and any eiich j idguient hroiuht before i. And Inflation U vitally neceary tJ eave the I would not foi aiy oonidriioo dupr above pltea vti S,ate from the labyrinth of hair rpllttuu age him. Hut the ar.icle oomp imeiit. prjtty thick, if it doe not ar- opinion delivered by our Court of ApCWnti-Jnufn- al able pea's as ptecedent t Your own thttery- Jme rive at a short time ago, commenting on Judgea have occupied our appe'late beicb elnce the war, and one eo prominent 'or and drprtcating this very unhappy state of ability thai it la eurprning that S M II trie criminal law as txpjtinded by the , Court of Appeals, augetd that the need ha overlooked him, or what ta won-e0')ld be to r tire those who P. .hioaoi ! ful remedy JudL-- Prvor abovu him tdaeetl I alui wt enough to mke m:e fi"i to have contributed most lo bring it abjtil, It think that aj ah e a corrnpandei.t a. S M. and p..t in their places younger and more But tbe IJ., who la hlmeell a lawyer, ehouid place vigorous nnd propresive lawyer OuuritrJounial was perhaps uiistauen sbiut old pillar of Kentucky thla grand beceath the level of Judge Pryor this, and If eo it is ycur duty to set it Tne latter, I hope, ia a gwd a judge aa S. right. wiH '.'ad You will pleae lake JuJg Pryoi'a M B. niahie him lo be, but P.jbmicn in the jurirprudence ol opinions in railroad cihm in which the b watch toer CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. ti.e Kute "long af.er S. M. H'a Rood Judge ijtieetfon f nrgligeuce is involved, and if you can barmon'zi them mid nhow lint All Ihe here have given out Pour ehall have mouldered in a fcrgolt.n inconu-lencie- a in them, and jusi in the very worst lime possible, too. and hi name haa vaniahed utterly." there are no Kev. A. S. Motiett, of Staniord, will O 'S M. IJ, Judge Pryoi ha certainly tell us in plain, pointed larguage from given you medicine to mike you admire these opinions what is the law of railroad preach at the Btptisl church next Sunday him. Plainly, aie you not aettirg about negligence in the State of Kentucky, then night. bjoming Judge Pryor fjr a third term'' I the whole legal profession of tbe Stale will Mr. W. P. Tatem ha recuverd most Djt.'t Call him rise up and call you blee'ed. of the tools stolen from his shop by tbe ao, be uiodoil about It There are some othtr questions needing man named Johnson. greater than Koblnaou or people "ill not lut by the time you get in your attention, believe you. Then there U Co'er. He The Governor's Bill, to be given at ia true. Hut if you can Grid anoth- through with these two I am afraid you Crab Orchard Springs on the night of the dead, it er correspondent who will place him aecond will be tired and 1 will not direct your at- -- 0th, will be tbe very grandest event of the lo Pryor, trot him out and let na look at tention to them. Niwyoumii't not cm season Mr Augte Itineharl, Mrs. Lina Saun him. Hat let in not be draing compari-eoc- a alder that I aui aiying au;ht agalint Judge He i a gooJ man, and if he goe ders and Miss Birdie Hardin are on the and making idvidioui dUlioc'iona Prycr among there, our great men, the judges of down Into histar r as a jurist it v. ill be as sick list. Little Jennie K ran seems to be the Court of Appeal eicce the war, but let the great arbitrator of the bench, who ha some heller. ua cmaider the ciurl itself during the last mtde himsilf agreeable and saved more The report of the collision of the (rains br splitting and disestablishing last Friday morning could be heard far and 15 year aince Jjdga P.yor'a acceaiion to feelings princip e' thnn any who has seryd us since near aud create J qiite a confusion among the bench. colonial days During thia period the legislature has tbe townspeople until the cau;e as ascei-taiuYou w.Il alio pieise answer tbe following been prevailed upon to establish a Superior ! The Ujod Templars gave an ice cream Court which haa cost the Siate up to the questioni: On what iuformaiion do ruti base your supper last Wednesday night in the ptrlors I prerent time not lesa than $75 003, whilst not only the legil profession, but the whole assertion that there is n sort ol general con- of the old coriur noiel, 00 wniu they re il sent that if Judge Pyor wants a third iz;d Sll. The ice and cike ward excellent population ia bound to admit tht the authority and the gooJly crowd prossat miaifcstcd in the court haa decrease I ni !esi 50 term he cn have ii? What have you for Maying or even intimating their appreciitiun by a iieiny pulicipt per cei.t. During thia period the cuMom, or rather that neither Col. Jicoba, Judge Van Winkle tion. Afieraupper dancin was next iu orJudges Smith and O'Hara will run der and wis enjoyed by a dczin or more the rule, has been established for th court or agaiusl Judge Pryoi? and to eit for the trausiction of l)uiue couple. Music by the Crab Orrhiird string Seven year ao wasn't JuJgs Pryor a band. the hearing of rauata, only three daa in aes'ijn each day of not a candidate for hia second term without Mr. aud Mrs. J H.Sni;nen, ofGrajui-burg- , eich week, with a with the distinct understanding Knss, have been visiting Mrs. W. more than !2 hour. Njw juu think of opposition nnd promise from himself M. Girnett. Miss Lillie Lyter, of Liuis-vill- e, the'e poor, ovrrburdened public servants and expression holding court and hearing cauei 7V hours that he wou'd retire at the end of his preswho formerly taught school here, The ent 1eim? a week oo their InsigniGcint nluj! the guest of Mtas Bjauregard Stuart. Mrs. Is not he now too old to undertika anjudge io ll e olden tiuiei of the commonJ. Cornelison and Mrs. P. Biihrd, of Kich-monother eight years' term? If not tell how were the guosts of their sister, Mrs. wealth cjuld eit eycry day and determine all and unre uuuierou etudes unasMsted young hn is. Dr. Pettus, Miss Maggie Jones, of May-wooNow, S. M H., you have brought this Maggie Ib visiting Miss Aanie mid by the Superior Court and upon abjut hall miller before tbo public voluntarily your-tel- f. Holmes. Mr. Joe Cireou, of Kiuiis, paid the py received by our proaant judges It i the same trump cud aud trick a short yisit to relatives here Mr. Kb but the judge then were perhapi made of played by Judge Pryor seven years ugo. Higgins, of La.ncister, i with the home tougher material and hail simpler Unite to As one of tbe modest voters of the district folks for a few diva, Mr Jihn Btllard, of gratify . purDanville, is mingling with old friends' Administration of justice with but little I have made a few icnuine for the in the court cosle pose onljr of bslng advised so that I can Mrs. J. W.Gueat, of Dmville, and Mrs. P. over half the busineas iwellige.it'y. You are a journalist Vass, of Mobile, Ala, are the guests of the State over $50,0C0 per annum more vote and a pub in servant in thi capacity a a Mrs Laura Moore. than it did 15 yens ago. Tbo circuit and of information, and your readers other inferior courla have caught from the disptneer Tne railway system of the United Slates have n right to ask your views. Now lei Appeal the practice of doing lt Court of u hear from you more in detail, and i( you now aggregates in round numbers 141,300 and charging more, and help the Utter lo tulles. This la almost double the total swell the drafts on the peopled money. can't answer these inquiries ''Get thee to a mileage of the country 13 years ago, and is " When it was fashionable for all office hold-er- a nunnery more than tnree time that of '20 yeara ago. to earn their salaried, our circuit judge The gold iu the treasury, it t estimated, But h is not at all improbable thai the end could ride over his district horseback, He neighs 519 tons, and if packed in oidinary of the present century, 12$ years hence, He carls, one (on to each cart, would make a asrve.l on a skhry of $1,100 a year. will isie our railway system increased to cinvened hia court at 7 o'clock in the procession two miles long, allowing 'JO feel more than 200,000 miles. morning and put in a good honest day's of space for each carl and hore Tne silwork and dispatched all the business. Now ver also in tbe treaaury weighs 7.3U6 ton Il is known far and wide as tbe greatest judge travels mostly by rail or and would require the service of 7,390 cure fjr chicken cholera ever discovered. tie circuit ia h's buggy with patent double springs, horses and carta to transport it, making a It is unnecessary to add that we allude to II processiou over 21 miles in length Tin i Gaoler's Chicken Cnolera Cure, which ia cushions for hia back and buttock bold by all druggists, He convenes hi a great country. geta a salary of $2,500 9 o'clock and adjourns it generally court at A single sheet of paper six feet wide and Daughter Mother, may I go in to batht? at 4, but sometime at 5 and never geta 7 milre long, was recently turned out by a through with his buainets, for all of which Mother Yes, my darling daughter; put on psp r mill in Waterlown, New York, The the Court of Appeal has set him an ex- that thousand dollar dma,sit on the beach sheet weighed 2 207 pounds. ample. Administration of jjMice erst the and let a new York reporter describe your Sjmerset Fair baoih privileges rented Slate more than $100,000 a ytar more than bewitching costume but don'i go in the Bits water-fT- id for 5017. It did '20 yeua ago, when Ihere wa twice eo Judge Pyor and the Court of Appeals ) (To the Editor of the tNrailOR Jot avt ago the following article A few day I in tb from ihe pen of S M II appear Journnl. Cburi'er t, and to far, bar-wo- e. e, e doa-nruh- e nirta-pruden- ce !i Ljm'o.i, Liurel county, Ky. If London ever expect lo uuiouM anything much nhe will he compelled lo pay sonn a iintlon o pavements and fi'irs around public M lit;. Tne (ieruun DUIcher, L?n, wr.o had hand aud hrui u ludly uruisel up in a. n wv, color Ihe gxnrral public, uive'eru tl weeks ago, l surlsrtng intensely and think it prohtble that ampum tion of the limb "ill be nrcessary A. W. Fiaqcis is at hi old put mi the dpot, W II Hy ward havin ('one home on an extended leavd of ihsence Colonel liirrv Tiirnv, f luierly special pension ex iiuiner for this dis'rict, but now of the Dinville district, was ahaking hand with hi idd frien Is here Wedneidiy . W. Tiifurd Kolurts, one of Pu'aski county's most promising young men, atop ped oil in this cry a few days auo to see his cluiitu ol me State C liege, Ljiiiu-ton- . A little child Mr Caaries U. Hrock. of John Sis-e- r is sutirlng with b:onchiiis, W. It llimiey ht rcturnoil from a but ne's trip to Viconiii. Mrs. atd Miss Richie, Cincinnati; Mrs. Sjmers and the three Mi;-e- s Homers aud Missts lijney and Schroder and Mesrs Hunt, Newman and Norton, Louisville, returning frcm Kick Citle Springs reacted thi place Wednesday morning in time to tind they were too late fur the home-goitrain aud were fjrcl to accep. the nospi taluy of tie K iey House for a day and night Tney nnd others made up a pleia-a- nl little card piny at Mr. and Mra J A Crnfl's Wednesday night. Young Dr. It l" Itimey, who recently graduated Irum a Cincinnati medicai oollege, has bigun to build up a practice hern of winch Jay young physician might well be proud. He is well cm. tipped and has itio foil coi ti lence of the people and cannot fail to do well, lie has recently purchasL-- n de'irabie building lot from C. M Itindall and is goin about hutliling himself n hanJsome little neat for the pret ty bird dame rumor ha it he will shortly capture. Blessings, like misfortunes, never come singly. ng begin Mcill-t Th')S Sniplett sold to John M zsa two. hone learn and waon for $375 Tnciums Gentry, nged 63, was married on .Miindrty last lo Mrs Nancy SIsgel. to Small change in Ihe way of nickels and 22 in-er, Teicurs Institute Fifty Shares of Farmers National Bank of Stanford for Sale. SID, 1837. 252-tt I will sell tbe aloTO atock before the la StanljrJ, County Court Jay, . T. liVHIl, aept. SI. '. ,lif.KlT. Administrator Hicbel Joces, ilec'd. LAKE ICE Two Cent's wheDcust0Uier'ul,Acconnta due at the - I I G. A. BENEDICT vti vim' n earlVells Drilled to at factory prices. vi'v-rrrtrv. & CO., l will delUer to rejuhr eas'anieri la Utantord anJ Tklnltr ererv morntni at dime Per Pound. close of each month exceedingly scarce at this place. Two L'enllenuii named Andrews from Missouri are here locking at timber lands. Gardens would have stood a poor show had Joplin'e six footed chicken been per united lo live and roam about th village. Frank Clillord and Itav AHIn, of came down and returned Wednesday McDufl Ward, of Marelhurg, has rlonxi a trade with n man at Vandalia, III, He exchanges hi Kjckcasile farm for one near Vandalia. 0ie of tin Louisville papers says Col. W. C I). Whips was lately stricken with paralysis The investors in the Willard Hotel Lottery had not heard of the gentleman for some time and didu't know but what he was in Canada. Henry McGuire, living on Wolf creek ha a spring near hia houe that is some-thicf a curiosity. It ceases to run during the winter months and in the spring a a good ice cold stream begins and continues to flow during the summer. Mr II J Mullios tells u that be has been farming on Crooked Creek, in the north eastern portion of this county for the last 30 years and during all that period there has uot been a drouth in hia neigh borhood. Good rain eyery seaeon have fallen there when other portions of the county was burned up fcr the need of it In killing some chickens at Joplin'e Hotel a few evening since, one, after its head wss chopped off, was found to be strangely and wonderfully constructed. It had six feet. Two cf them were where chickens usually have their pedal extremities attached end one in the middle of etch leg at the joint. One of the legs and wings was placed in alcohol and can be seen by these wishing to view the remains of a chicken The Graham were tried Tueeday on the charge of having cau'ed the death of their oldest child, a girl of six years, by brutal treatment. It was proved that the child had been refused food for more than a dav at a time and was often unmercifully beaten and otherwise inhumanly treated. The defendants were acquitted from the fact that the death was not proved closely enough connected with the had treatment No indictment wa found agaicat Cbil-derwho was out oil bond for killing young Townsend sometime since. James Hicks and Siniuel Hyeinger were fined $25 each and given three months in the county jail for sending a threatening letter. Up to date 223 indictments have been found. No indictment has yet been returned against the Ward brothers for the killing of Gilbert Ci tiey and it is thought that none will be found. One of them, T. J. Ward, came in from Cincinnati Wednesday and went before the grand jury and returned that is nj a Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!. ordr and pumpi furtnhhwl iMl-t or R R tUtnon and I MIIaMIVJEKY. I am dally opening an elegant line of Sprlnj Hummer Millinery, Including all E. H. FOX, DANVILLE, KY. Has removed to his e'e$iat now butMln; oppo-sit- e tbe ost llleeanJ Is buter than erer prepir-e- d to accommodate tbe public with line pictures HUlJlactliQ guir. from 1'hotographs to life s'z. The Latest Novelties of tho Season. win and me at tho rooms lately vacated by Ie'.?W arreu' next ,,oor l0 the Myers Houso. l2-2Handkerchiefs. ,ls? i'0"?.1"' ?uch Coracle, Bustles, etc.Collars i'"?4' ""chlng. M Yo-- i Sinl- - KA TE It IfltXtEUA It. JA3. ted. WM. AYEEJ. Stanford Female College. ALEX. S. L'AXTOX, I'KES. j AYRES& GIVENS, 3U Fifth Street, u. OIVB la, Kotary Public ATTORNEYS AT LAW, LOUI8VIi.LE, nooms 3 and . Next Session will begin on . . Thursday, the 1st of September 1CY tias.iy.) cr0mie Block, firm, (iraduatea oulour dltlereat courses arranged to suit tbe tastes aud capacities of girls. OJers special altraci Ions In tbe Ueuirtaieuts ol Art and i'3.-t- f M uslc. tend for catalogue. Instruction thorough, anl discipline kind, but PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers 12 A: NOTICE. To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: LEXINGTON, KY. l.l West Main Bti'eot. 203-6- Having recently equipped a tine Itollcr Mill In the town ot Stanfjnl teat we defy any Mill to equal lnquallty of flour, wo think the citizens ot the county should have county prldo oaoujb to patronize ana sustain me same ive wisu 10 in form whom it may concern that we are in tbe ii ni.ci.iu " '" ways give the iin.ii m.rr.i price lor ..ma We HUTU BUUCU BUIUQ UO lUBkUlliriJ IUUU1 1JIM uiva, department and can now make meal to suit any person, u cannot ueiuuaieuuy any oinrr .miii in We solltit a trial In our Uaur and this vicinity meal department. All having grain In our line tor sale will please call at Mill, where our agent can be found at all times, who will give the best prices lor same. Brand aidabln stuff always la stock. 231-t- f Staniord Holier Mill Co. TAXES ! TAXES .1 ! j.i "": "" .... i Thn Vav I'.avoniia T in n,i all Taxes unpaid t,y tbe first day of September uu i win uave to collect it. so nleasicoiua lor. ward - ...i sett'e. T. It. XEWIiAM), S. L. C. IV VlVfA J VlVJLJlS JU.4J? JL Mill A - ir.X.I'OTTS,!ll)'t. MT VERNON, KY. i " Notice of Incorporation ! This old and Hotel Is alill main- lalnlug Its fine reputation. Chargea reasonable Special attention to tbe traveling public. 31. P. XEWVOmi, Pro'r, tit. Vernon, Ky. well-kno83-6- m Notice is hereby given mat tne undtrslgni have formed a corporation and have recorded the articles thereof in the clerk's office of tbe Lincoln (ten. Stat- County Court, pursuant to Chapter utesof Kentucky. I. Th name of the Corporation Is the "Cumberland Valley Land Company." II. Tho general nature of tns business is to bur and sell lands In Uarlan aud Bell counties, Ky , to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. III. Its principal place of business Is Stanford. Kentucky. IV. The capital stock Is fixed at 8150 ,CC0, with privilege to begin on 50,000. Each share Is S100, to be paid In money. V. Tbe Corporation shall begin business on the 23th day ol July, 1837, and continue 25 years. VI. The aOalrs of the Corporation are to be conducted by ailiard of seven Directors, from which a President, Secretary and Treasurer are to be elected. Tbe Incorporators shall compose the first board, and theelectlon thereafter to be held on tbe third Wednesday ol July annually. .n .halt innur nn .loi.i irro.i. vir xi.. ,. f ... n.1,1 ,m .tnrk. .h,n , -- . ... , -. viii. rne private propeny oi siocKnoiners shall be exempt Irjm corporate debts and liabili- r.. s. ua&Tix. I J, BnoniiEiD, Ky., May, laST. Albrliht.t Martin hv m inform ih0lr mn fnends and customers ol .he change In firm name to jso. M. fexkins. MARTIN A. PERKINS. Tne new firm hopa, not only to sustain the reputation of tbe old, but Intends to make many Improvements la the manufacture ot tobacco which, will be to tbe Interest ol our customers. We will devotespec al attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's bf st leaf Thanking you for put favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, we remain, Respectfully vour, B5-6- 3IAHTIX VERKIXS. DiM.S.IiUKDETT, OCULIST. ' BRODHEAD, KY. Has had au experience ol over fifteen yeirs, and has auccessfully treated bundrels of cases Hpe- ciai aiieniion is given to the treatment of all ill,. !?? .t4??8 ?d. JJT 220-- 6 m. vuicu uiuu uu Hppiicauoa ii uesireu. .- n'..n., .... .,,-..- I , V.,i,i !?!!. ties. nigh. IX. Tho Corporation shall possess all tbe powers prescribed In Chapter CO, Ueneral Statutes of IIOBT. BO VD, ed. Kentucky. "Clarence, dear, do you love me?" said a W. U. WELCH, Hennepin avenue girl in a soft, cooing tone, VINCENT BOKEINO, OEOBGE McALISTEK, that sounded like tbe musical sighing of J. S. 1IOCKER. the wind in the trees. 'Of course I do, my owneit own," re L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R, R. TUg UBKJLT JOHN BENNETT, W. P. WALTON, 1 ra plied he reproachfully. "With your wro'e heart?" as she wound her alabaster his neck anil toyed with the necktie "With my who'o heart AlsTTEH' CHICKEN THROUGH TRUNK LINE 10 THK she continued arms around rear of hia 25-ce- SOUTH & WEST mm Pullman Palace Sleepers, liiiniMilie ' Cholera Cure ! and soul dai-link- V 1 "Well, then, the next time you come to lake me riding you bring n double team, I'm not going to have that hatchet-faceDolly Stiggins, with her red lair, driving oil with that freckle faced beau of hers with a double team, while 1 ride in a sin gla rig." - Minneapolis Journal. d Atlanta, (o NiiNlirilhs MeiiiphiH, Montuoniery, .llohlle unit Nvir OrleniiN. Only one change to points In ) Little Rock, d, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Heeklnii Uomn on the line of this road will rotcdvs Secretary Whitney has awarded the coutrac's for two of the new cruisers to Cramp k Son, of Philadelphia, the contract price of both being $2,693,000. The contract for the third cruiser was awarded to the Union Iron Works, San Francisco at 51.42S.000. Contracts for two gunboats were given to M. F. Palmer, jr., & Co , of New York, at $490 000. A reward of $200 is offered for the arrest of Dr. Waite, the fellow who had the Indian show around thia section laat spring, for robbing a trune of $125 in Paris. The him as the converted clown, article who after taking in the people of the North skipped with a woman other than bia wife leaving the latter with a lot ol little children to provile for as beat ehe could. Railroad men ear that the Cna'eworth disaster will undoubtedly bankrupt the Toledo, Peoria and Western Tbe los of life, including those who will hereafter die of their wounds, will probably reach 150 a The Illinois law allows $5,000 to the of a peraon killed through the negligence of a railroad, and the deaths alone The will cost the company $750,000. wounded are fully as numeroui aa the dead and lliey will get whatever a jury sees fit to For dead and wounded to allow them gether the claims can not fall under a million dollars. The damage to tho rolling Aleck U about $75,000. rela-Uve- ' I special rates. axrSeo Agents of thi Company for rates, routta Ac., or write l. v. niaiyjnc, it.i..w.a., Louisville, Ky Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a bottle is enough for trial. A It is guarone hundred chickens. of anteed. If, after using a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 50-cen- ts two-third- ifWIOS d ! Knabe, the famous DeckThe er A Son, tbe popular and rellablo Everett. The celebrated Clougn &. Warren, and the John Church A Co.'a s 03FtC3jaL3NrS- Any one desiring an elegant and durable Instrument will do well to examlno our prices before purchasing. We are agents for tbe n John Church A Co., aud will warrant our Pianos (or seven years, and our Organs for live years The Everett 1'Uno and tbe Clough A Warreu Drgin are tbe best and most reliable Our Instruments Instruments manufactured. canbeaeen at the poiloflca In stinford, where Mlsa Rosa Richards will state prices, etc. Persons who nave purchased Ibes) Instruments will testify to their durability and elegant finish . We will ba glad to servo tbe public, and guaran tee satisfaction. Elder W, L Williams, cf Hustonvllle. also represents the John Church A Co , and will be plcai. ed to serve bis friends. Agents. H. It. V ,. mu-alcal DR. W. B. PENNY, Staiit'ortt. - DENri8T, - IContuolcy RKV8KKNCKS .. toon. necessary. Offlie on Laocsir iret, next door lo Ihth. 3h. ' ours Iroui 3 to 13 a riob JouknaloCic. ic.and I to 6 p. v, ancliietlcs Jmlnlstere-- l wber 1151-lyr- John D. Carpenter, Hustonvllle; J. il. Elmore, Staniord, James Beasley, Staniord, J. M. Pntllpi, Stanford; A. 11. Penny, Hunforu, Mrs. Fannie Earn, Lancaster; (3en W. J. Landram, Lancaster; Charles sandldge. Junction City; W. M. Payne, PreacbersvlUe: Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, Stanford; Mrs. Maggie llolmei, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal-isiLancaster. 133 e. lyr KWMPWMMTYMVWW Simi-KIttH- ii nf eriorlonrnal i K Titnnr. nre three hundrod and tlfty thousand members of tho 0. A. IU which number Is thought to be only tho August 19, 1887 Stanford, Ky wholo of tho surviving soldiers of tho war VJIW l'OUlTlII of the rebellion. dore, left Tueday for Sewante, Tenn , O.ibrlel and Mtchn?l, according W. P. WALTON. 3 ment. to the Koran, were the angels that warned where she will place the latter in school. -- Louisville had a rain Monday night of Abraham of Sodom' destruction. Isrnlll Married, on Wednesday, August lOih, Is, In tho Koranic legend, tho angol of mu1 hi inches a much as fell the entire official returns are in in Cincinnati, Mr. John Dickerson to Miss sic who possesses tho most melodious At last nil the month of July. volco of nil uod's cronturos. S.-F- INE Gen. Euckner'a majority over Bradley ie GOODS Senator Kiddleberger was caught tnd Mary, daughter of Dr. William Ray, all of A iiAit of iron, worth $. worko.l Into fThowu to be 17,015. Uin tottl vote Is 141,-61this county, It was no elopement, the par horsoshoos, is worth forced to return to jail, where he served out 10.50; rniido Into ties preferring to marry away from home. needle, It is worth fIVJ; made into Briilej'a 127,004; Fox' 8,390, nml his five days for coutempt. o JOHN BRIGHT, JR. blades, It Is worth J3,!3; mado into DR. S. Q. HOCKER. Mr. Carpenter, of Richmond, ha purCirdin't 4 4S7 Buckner majority over all Samuel Rmsdall, of Mercer county, balanco springs of wntchoi, It Is worth H 4,138. Iu 1SS1 Cleveland's vole was while drunk last Sunday, shot his wife in chased the tailoring intrrest of Mr. A. H.VUOJ. Llndberry, and will continue the business 152.901 and Blaine's 11S.763. It will there, the back with a load of iquirrel shot. Tiicur. Is no insurance on tho property fare be seen that Buckner got 8.342 votes James Summers and wife, living near the old stand. I understand Mr L. will of the Government or tho United States. iin lew? than Cleveland, while Bralley incieu-e- d Memphis, Iud., were struck by lightning SVCCENKOIINTO W. II. IIIHGINN.) remove to Birmingham, Ala,, and go into Tho value of Uncle Sam's buddings Is, at a low estimate, upwardsof sixty million dolhis vote over Blaino'e S 841. Fox did and instantly killed Monday morning as business there. lars; yet upon tills vast amount of porlsh-abl- e The grading of the extension of Wanot carry a tingle county and hut one pre they lay asleep. property there never has Iteen a dol- ,ftWo will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most oopulnr lar of The cinct that we have heard o'. Hi Isrceet Mr. Herbert, a patient in St. Joseph's ter street, is progiceing rapidly. When Is said litMiraiirfl. than loss so far recorded (JOOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, f to Ih loss of one per was in Mercer county. The prohibi-tlo- Ilo'pilal, Joliet, I.I , hai been asleep for completed it will be the handsomest street cent, of value. WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, vole tililime, cement, deoio-crati- c and the labor vets added to the Few thero aro who are familiar with tho 219 days the unit remarkable cac of the in the city and will get all the travel in &c. that direction as the grade will bj muc fact that there aro In exlstenco Mich mjirity makes figure nearly rq lal kind on record. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place the OLIVER CHILL things as vegetable pearls, yet It has long to that received by Cleveland in the State FLOW in tho lead of all others, whero it justly deservos to be. Ask your Nearly GOO people have been either easier than that of Danville street. been Uiioun that In some fpecimuns of The teechrra institute is in seMon at bambr o a round Mime like a pouil is found neighbor in referenco to its superiority. No steol plow in the market and shows where most of it cume from. It killed outright or injured since January 1, n all bad enough and if the democratic 1SS7, in railroad disasters in which a Girrard Female Collcje this week. There nt the Joints of the enne. Another singu- equal to tho IMPERIAL appears to be a pretty good attendance O i lar object of this kind Is found In tho party does not do some very nice work it bridge figured. Examino the BRINLET COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the of the Kust Indies, Similar Tuesdav night Prof. Saiith, of Owcnlun aro found in other fruits of tlio ladies and PUMPS' lino we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All will bs worie next time. At Hioton, W. Va., fire destroyed a building of Dr. delivered a lecture in advocacr of the aro regarded as precious stones by the na- we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have The Liuisville Commercial has a lengthy residence and a three-stor- y aro used as tives against dis- any other, ALASKA Heck, the store of M. Rifle, the postoffice Blair bill to a email audience at the court- eases and evil spirits.charms pearl of REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. Hrticle to prove that Judge Durham's letter and Tho the house. It is to ba hoped our teachers will cocoanut is white nnd histories and of tho W. II. McKISXKY. NiiicNiimu. to Squire Gill, in which he charged that and other building'; loss $25,000, J. X Page, book keeper of a large not go ofl after such a "Will o' the Wisp,"' size of a cherry, and strongly resembles matters are running in a fearful rut in feldspar. Montreal bouse, rai'ed a $2,500 check to as the Blair bill. Kentucky, was a leading cause ol the res s to Silveh coins from Bjck-e- t The following is the docket of the apnro legal tender to the amount of duced democratic majority and takes occi- - $25,000, cashed it and skipped out. flvo dollars. Tho bronze and nickel minor shop speculation is said to have led to proaching Circuit Court: Old commonrion to pive the controller ?orne pretty sewealth cases, G6; new do. 52; old common coins from ono cent to live nre legal tender vere digs. It eays that just such talk from his ruin. e conts. Hy law cases 52; new do. P; old equity cases to tho amount of twenty-livKev. William Mirtin, claiming Kenhim and other democrats followed up by tho original nets tho nickel cent was not Bradley's open charges of mismanagement tucky as his home, has disappeared from 131; new do, 30. There is only one man mado a legal totidor, tho bronze cent and ?,s two-cepiecf-in jail to be tried at the approaching term wro lognl tender to thfl o-.a.:epat the people, who did not know any bet- Lincoln, Kin'a, waere he victimize! maamount of four cents, nnd the three and confiding church people, besides forging The most of the commonwealth cases are t ter, to believing that there was reilly eome ny nickels wore legal tender to tho for misdemeanors. This is the smallest amount of sixty cents nnd one dollar; but a note on a bank. thing rotten in Denmark. The Judge'? la Lincaster county. 8311th Cirolina common wealth docket for rears. Crime is this wns changed by the Legal Tender aet letter was a little unguarded but we have of 1S73, coinage tencolored boy becoming angry on the decrease in Garrard for which der for making tlio "minor"The no idea that it contributed even a small 3D IS year-oltwenty-livcents. standard with his sister and her companion, aged 3 Praise the Lord. silver dollars are n legal tenler to any part to our reduced majority. On lnt Friday night two negroes stole amount. years, shot and killed the latter, besides Tun trufllo Is u cryptgram.c plant, havThe question that eeems mott to agitate wounding bis sister. about 1,300 lba. of hemp from Andy Rice, ing no of fnictllleitUon, and the people of Winchester is whether Eiitor in the lower part of this county While is foundvisible menusof depths Cills havo been issued from Great at all sorts beneath the the democratic Britain autl America for all women interB))ley did or did not cus hauling it away their w.agrn broke and soil, from tw ) iiuhcs. to two feet. It pus putyon the day of the election. The gen- ested in thecause of temperance to unite they very deliberately borrowed another sesses neither root, stem, nor leaf, w I tleman himelf explains that while he may in prayer for tbe succen of the work on from Mr. William Liweon, telling him varies In color from light brown to bU k It is somewhat globulur In form, rtnKi 'i they were moving. They carried the hemp size from that of a Albert lo a large dueks hive permitted his proftnity to get away November 12 and 13 with his discretion, he w.n not such an At Morehesd Wednesday tbe jury to Borgia and sold it, returning the wagon egr, and weighs nnywhoro from two ounces to four pounds or more Iu surraging and rampant idiot as to curse found a verdict of not guilty in the cue" of to Mr. Lawson on Saturday. Mr. Rice up face Is knotty or warty, is oAVre 1 the greatest and best pirty that the world Z. T. Young, Allie W. Younz and Green on discovering his Iohs, went in search of with a skin whuh forms and h sort of tbe worthies and they meeting him in the We accept the editor's Mannin, on the has ever known. of serpentine veins I.ittln Is known charga of conspiracy to roau took to the luhs ami are yet at of its early developments as a vegetable apology, but would auggeit.ihat he follow murder tbe Logan boys. large. production. In its native stuUs It is found in our il! Htrioti9 fjotsteju and "cut's" not The Pennsylvania republican?, in confree frmu ntti.. hment to uny other body. rF-RTTIDANVILLE. BOTLECOUNlt at all It U a filly and dUgU'ting to cir vention at Harrisburg, nominated Capt. W. Nickel was first obtained us a metal in T pilile. Rollie Ireland was tried at Junction (rermany in KM. The ore was Knoun to B. Hrt for Treasurer, Judge William, of evening before Judge J S. miners a "kupfer," as it resembled yet no ropjier was contained In It. The proportion of real prohibitionists Philadelphia, for Supreme Judge, and in- - City Tuesday Moore on a charge of "detaining a woman" When pure, nickel is silvery whlto and in Grayson doped Jamea G. Blaine for President. and third party men, Ben Havener and Thomas Bradley were and held in $500 bond for further trial. does not oodtze or tnrnlsh In the olr. It county, is small indeed. At the last elecout Into thin B. Allin. of Harrodsburg, defended tbe can easily bo hammered tion oyer 1,200 people voted to shut whisky arrested at Offensboro last Sunday charged W. sheets or drawn into wire; it is stronger than Iron and almost as hard to melt, Its out of the county, yet only 57 walked up with horse stealing; were indicted, tried and accused. Logan Powell, the colored man shot by chief use is for plating other metals, as it to the polls and threw their votes away on con?icted Monday nnd Tuesday began their gives them a bcuutlful silver-liksurface Fox. Oae true prohibitionist is worth a terms of two years each in the penitentiary. Policeman George Miller a few nights ago, which is easily kept from ruMig. It is Fayette Danlap to be prog uljv uW iu a'.loys. liormu'i Cil. Tom Green, who now corresponds is said by Dr. cdw pen full of those who wish to take the nlvcr is question into politics. for a Cincinnati paper, says that there is no ressing favorably and will soon be out if no made by taking one part nickel, ono part two parts copper. Our live and complications such as blood poisoning or zinc and three cent pieces aro mado of three parts Mr. 8. V. Rowland, of Danville, who is hope for justice in Rowan county, where lock jaw arise. copper and ono jwrt nickoh Nickol Is eminently qualified for the position by long the deputy sheriff, who summons tbe juries Officer Beach McCoy, of Lexington, found in many parts of tho world, but tli is a convicted horse thief, having been senexperience in clerks' offices, is spoken of as principal mlnos nro In Hussio, Sweden, for the crime, t- came over on the 9 o'clock train Wednesa candidate for Clerk of the Court of Ap tenced from Mason county day night and arrested (wo negroes, W m. Uermanv, Austria,is Knglnnd and Scotland. Mrs. Sirab Ellen Mclotosb, eldest In Hi s country It found in tho Statos of peals, and will no doubt enter the race. An Covine, wanted for murder, and one While, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. and a courteous daughter of the late Washington C. excellent business nan He was assisted in of Indiana, has filed her petition to wanted for stealing. gentleman, he would fill tbe position with OF INTEREST TO FARMERS. making the arrests by Jailor F. M ShuI great credit, ard we take it that this section haye her tlber's will set aside. Tne estate mate. LoLii-fof the tongue in horses Is often involved is slated in her petition to amount Housekeepers in Danville are annoyed will be solid for him. by sharp and to $(5,000,000. She married against his by petty thieves who invade their cellars occasioned resort should Irregular toeth, In A.T- which case bo had to the file. Focr of Kentucky's eleven Congression- will and he virtually disinherited her. The pressure from the b t ulso InUucos tho and panlne and carry oil goous usually al districts went republican at the last elecNumber of offices established this fiscal kept in such places An enterprising free habit; if ho, a change in the style of bit should be made. tion. Even this, which gave Gov. Mc year is 3,043 Number cf offices discontinhooter stole a lot of honey from the cellar y such an overwhelming majority ued, 1 500 Appointments on resignations of the elder Mrs. (J lieenberrv We.lneslay or To riM whether a log of timber is sound not place the ear at one en 1 while ,ev-er07er Cipt. Toddy, wheeled over into the and commisiions expired, C.SS3 blows with n hammer are delivered at Appointnight X 'publican line to the tune of 5S1. Gov. ments on removals and suspensions, 2 5S4 Mr John S Hoskioe, for a long time the other. If a dull sounJ ensues It indiMcCreary will, however, wheel her back The total number of appointments of post asuflerer from Bright' disease, died at his cates unsoundness, while a resonance bespeaks a firmness throughout to tbe former democrotic figures in 1SSS. master of all grades during the year 1SS7 residence on the SLakertown pike Mondtv A ni. 1. 1) slionl I be cut as soon as tho night and was buried Tuesday evening at grass is In condition for hay, as injury week's iaiue of Harper's Weekly will was 13,070. This Secretary Lamar teOKed the order of 3 o'clock, Mr Hoskins belonged to an old ofton results from a short delay. Tho dow n contain a page picture of Hon. Henry should be off the gruss before tho mower withdrawal of indemnity lands for the ben- Garrard county family and was born in the is put Into It, and no more than can be and an excellent sketch of his life cared for should bo cut at n time. efit tf tbe Atlantic and Pacifi: Railroad section known as Cimp Dick Robinoon, n and doings, by Ballard Smith. Mr. It sometimes happens that a cow's teati ablest edit- Company, and directs their restoration to where he lived for manv years a'tsr reich is without exception the become injure through some nccldent or the public domain, subject to settlement inir manhood or in the United States, and while all Kenother, in which easo thov should receive Mi?s Pdttie McDowell, of Fayette, is immellnto attention. In enso of laceratucky is proud of him, we confess to an ad- under the preemption and homestead laws S3T Tne decision restores over 23 000,000 acres visiting her cousin, Miss Sue McDowell. tion of the ends, wash tenderly with tcpll miration that is almost unbounded. c;istilo suds, to the public domain. Judge John F. Pnilip, of Kansas City, with stickingthen draw the parts togothor plaster, inserting nt tho Bryan's! majority over O'Doherty is oflera for sale of 4 j per cent, bonds who has been visiting Danville friends, left same time a milking tube to keep tho duct The Hardin's over Wood 19 002; Tate's to tbe government received at the Treesury for hi' home lo day. Mrs. II. E. Samuel open. oyer his republican opponent 20,300; Hew- Department Wednesday amounted to Tun hay should bo thoroughly Avy beforo $8, has returned from a visit to friends in Somitt's over hie 20,423; Pickett's 20,073, while 2r.C,750. The rates ranged from 109 to 110 erset, John T II.irn(H has returned from storing as steaming In tho mow will damage it about us much as getting wet in tho o'd man Corbett's is 21 303, Gen. Hewitt's The Secretary accepted tbe ofler of Harvey Findlay, 0io, where he hits been field. An old farmer's rule, and one that vote was the largest of all, which shows Fink & Sons, of New YorK, of $1,000,000 He thinks Findlay a wonderful Is probably rellablo, to toll when clover hay Is dry enough to put In the barn Is to that the revenue bill didn't do it. coupon and $1,500,000 registered 4 per place but somewhat overcrowded. test it with tho thumb nail. If tho bark 100. can not be scrapod from the stalk It is safe JOE F. WATEHB. When not making political speeches onts at 109-4JOHN V. DAVIB .irrvu. ricBSKitvcs. iui nit? mm lnio to put It in. John Taul, town marshal of Mt. Ster Pre Taulbee, tbe Congressman from tbe fancy shapes nnd lny in weak nlum water It hns been remarked by somo Tenth District, puts iu his time preaching ling, attenpted Monday to arrest Sim Rat-clif- over night. In the morning put in frosli that tho direction of tho rows hasfarmersu c when several of the friends of nlum wnter &nd boil a few minutes, then and occasionally gets in funeral diecouree. to do with tlio prigress of tho corn change them to clear water, hot, of course, crop Of the truth of this some douhtsnrc A local paper says he will preach Aunt thshtler interfered. Three shots were Onnd boil till tender. Now prepare the expressed, yet it has boon asserted that funeral at New Virginia rel and when the affair was over it was sirup, using cno and one-haPolly Crabiree's pound of rows running oust and west havo sur-found that Henderson Phipp had a wound sugar nnd a cup of water for each pound passed, in point of growth, those running Doalors In- Meeting Houe next Sunday. of rind. When tho sirup is clear, put in north and south. 'Ihcro is at least room in the thigh, John Harper one in tbe stomA Richmond man who attempted to kill ach, Virgil Glove in the ride and AijuilU the rind nnd boll till transparent. for oxperimont. e, Coco an 1'fnniKa - Tuko ono qunrt Um.ks there nro trees in tho pastures, his wife was let 00 with a Goe of $10 and Thomas a serious wound in the back. It is milk, one-hal- fi;t cupful dessii-atccocoauut, put up temporary sheds of poles and roof costs. We suppose if he had killed her the not known who did the shooting. Taul did onc-hn-lf cupful sugar, rnivlmir teaspoon thorn up with brush for tho comfort of tho judge would have presented him with a some tall running. salt, one tcaspoonful vanilla extract rtml animals; also set up a few rubbing posts -chromo. Tney value wives very lightly Wedoeaday'is railroad wreck record is three oggs, Bent together tho oggs, sugar nnd provido salt boxes In which they may and Bait, add tho cocoanut and vanilla always find salt. Gtvo work horses on octhere to be sure. as follows: At Washington a Baltimore beaUm together, then add the milk, l'our casional washing and noo that tho harness the Is kept clean Into a nnd sot soft The Somerset Democrat is ai lt name im- & Ohio train jumped the track and rushed dish wholopan of pudding dishHiiko In tho aloes with oil andsaid toby oiling. Powdered In Is keep away rats. slow Our stock is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven the closest democratic sheet, the only at full speed through a brick house, de- oven nu ahour and hot water. plies a genuine a half Servo cold. As excellent method of treating a kickof close buyers. Come to see us early and often. one that Ins been published in that place molished tbe building and tbe cars, killing Pickled Cavlivloweil Cut up two ing horso is here cjuoUid from a prominent r,ieSima pures oujht to giye one passenger and seriously injuring Beyer cauliflowers. Dissolve half a pint of salt authority in such matters: "If you havo a for year ID water enough to covor these, togothor horse tnotW In tho habit of kicking, put al others. At Lenoxi, Kansas, the conduc it a solid encourage ment. with a tor of a Fort Scott A Gulf train failed lo mcdlum-slzo- pint of small onions and thrco him Inn narrow stall thnt has both sides poppers. Let tho vegetables thickly padded. Suspend a sack tilled The Mercer County Sayings and Doings re id his orders and ran into a heavily- - stand over night in tho salt and water, with hay or straw so that It w 11 strike is out and is a very creditable seven col loaded freight, wrecking several but and in tho morning drain It off. Thou hout his heels, an I let horse nnd sack light it utan folio. Messrs T M. Cardwell and J. fortunately killing no one. On car', out. lie suro to havo things urraiigo so two Quarts of vinegar with four the Illinois of mustard until it bolls, add tho that the horso cannot hurt lilms-lf- . Tho G. Pulliam, the lattaVformerly of this pa- Central, between Carbondale and DeSota. a vegetahlo and boil until a fork can bo suck will bo victorious every tlin. and In per, are the editors j tho end tho horse will absolutely refuse to span of a new bridge collapsed, letting a thrust through tho cauliflower. DXALKi IN The holders of the l'aylor county bond Whether cotTeo should bo boiled or not kick the sack or any thing o!se." of stone drop into the river. Oae d Whuv cats or other fodder plants nro have aixreei to compromise at 30 cecta on life wa lot. At Dodge City, Kansas, a will probably bo always n question. Many ') cut as thoy are coming into blossom they Rnnlo Stniinnprv anrl ('Sb think it has a raw taslo If not boiled; ..-.- .-. W-Sfi; the dollar anil a settlement of the vexed passenger train telescoped a freight caboose, ers contend that, In boiling, much of oth- contain nearly us much nutriment as when ui uyo, uwvu, ifl11 tho rancy Amcie3. oui question h about arrived at, we are glad to fatally injuring one man, aroma Is lost. But If colTuo must bo boiled, mo gram is ripe. U hen the gram is just iVi- -. let it bo boiloJ In a closaly.covcroJ vessol forming they nro iu tho best stugo fore.it-tln- g announce GARRARD COUNT DEPARTMENT, and contain nil tho nutriment ihy I'milrlnni' prKr!pllonicurtely compounds with a thimblo or cork in tho spout, as, If A ix but $2 7S3,150of the $305,581,250 lelt uncovered, tho volntllo oil, which over will. As the grain ripens tho nutriLancaster. A Cvte """""l""" tious substanio leaves tho stalks, which forms tho fragrant aroma, is dUsipated; three percent, loan have been redeemed lekrtTj John Dickerson, a merchant doing bus and It should never boll moro than flvo then become poor lauding as compared been called some time tbe and that having nses in the Buckeye neighborhood, in this minutes, as longer boiling extracts tho with tlio green foddor. In curing any green foddor into hoy Bomo nutriment is iolerwt has ceased. coucty, made an assignment on Monday to tannic ncld. Thero Is a wldoly prevalent, Olooks, lost by becoming insoluble m the drying; The Largost Btook of Watches, but orronoous, notion that long boiling exAlthough Gen Buckner's majority is Dr. Ray for the benefit of his creditors, tracts mora of tho strength and color, mid henco It is oconomical to euro such fodder, Jewelry and Silverware Is, thereforo over 20,000 lesi thin Gov. Knott's, he re- who are mostly Cincinnati partle. moro economical; but and even hay of all kinds, in cocks; nnd Lower thn thus In thotdiudo; and cause It to undergo KTtr boujhl to thli intkft JVIcmJewelry Ke- John Duncan threshed a field of wheat strength nnd color thus gained nro obceived oyer 0,000 more vo'es than he llie Ixiwwt. Wtcbt, Clocki nml some slight furineiitatlon uul heating, tained at tho cxponso of flavor and pilrcxl on itiuit notice tod WarrnntnJ. which averaged 2G huehelB per acre. It did. which drives out tho water. - was in tobacco last year. Wheat generally is not making more than 15 bushels per Koacoe Hubble shot Caldwell Hunt at acre. It is not near so good .is last year Kock Lick, in Pulaski, nnd eecaped. Hunt Mrs Dr. Herring ard daughter, Mis will die. Susie, went to Cincinnati yesterday, ThursGov. Blackburn is lying ill in Frankday. Mrs. G. Granger end son, Commofort, with death liable to occur nt any moNOTES OF CURRENT EVEN1S. NOT COMMONLY KNOWN. WALSH, THE TAILOR, avknti:. ono-fourt- h IOUIS VIXiXsE, P. KY. EXCLUSIVELY. pen-Icnlf- HOCKER & BRIGHT, salt, n ono-hul- ng, flue half-dime- half-dollar- , s llve-ceu- ZF'IRjTXIT d e AT T. R WALTON'S. all-fis- not-wor- k co-pe- r, CAJSTS .A.T- e if B WJ&fOIPi - Da-Pau- SCYTHES & SNATHS T, R. WALTON'S. o C.-ear- Wat-aerso- Wat-terao- 1 BACON WANTED 20,-31- 7; T. R. WALTON pros-pectin- 4 f, iiisid-orabl- lf WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. ---- MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY d tublo-spoonfu- ls 1 J1U Uta FISHY. vr St. PHARMACIST, j car-loa- rui-nn- o y. t JEWELER. 47w iiZe .f. wholo-somoncs- s. n Stmi-MtcWijnlenorottr1 UKLMWIAJWIUfMi hwhiiimiiiiiimiwii I'mmm Stanford, Ky E. O. WALTON, August UuHlnoBH 10, 1887 Mnnntfor. i. A MMI N. LOCAL UMt CAHO. 13 1 tnlnxolnt Norths " tkiuiii Mpi train" Souiu ' " Horn Si p.m. 39 r. k. 4.H j TbooTv li ataut l 5u a. x .. It talculstod ou standard time. Solar 20 I iuluuts taster K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. TriiLt leare Iluwland at 5 and 7 20 a h. I.ejrinii, airieeat rtaml 8 V5 r. m. LOCAL NOTICES. Tur. btit inisetl paiiili are tu lie bad at A. 11. rtnnj'n. Ack jour nrocr (or the Cincinnati 1J ciuic Co.'h cracker and cakes. V ATUHM mid Jcwelr repaired on niior :otico and wnrrauted lir A. K, l'ennj. A cotri.Kyt rtock o( lewelrj, Intact A. tjle. llockford wntches n tecinlt. K. Penny. Tiik tlrji o( I'fnny & McAIUlrr timing diitoltrd, the arconrit nre ready fnr renlr uent. Come nt once and rettle. You may are Cift. PERSONAL.' -- Mnn Catii Ham.ky (M)K i i I)ri-pm- i( Hjirlnj Mii Sadie (J 15. the tuct if Mry Mrr--. C'joper Miw Iiiukiiiaut and Mm My-e- r I are viotliii: here Miw. I. F HrrrMAK and Annie ok aie at Dripping Spring again. Mix I.tl'inoii Mattie YAKBltoiTiil ha gone to ek with Mm IJirlie lo fpciid a hree. Miw HrrriP. pAiwaNs. of StanforJ, U F. J. Anthony -- Lebanon H'auiUrd. Mtre IIettik 1'A.vroS and Annie Tiaitinu Mro I' i: n rnre gon to Dipping Spring Mrfk'n May. Mlil IlKI.KK SAtTUKY hai COB lo pnil it few da with her aunt, Mr. Cji, for a at ColumliU. Mu HflRvr.Y lli:u ban lnw elected principal of the IVrryfllle Male ami Hftfh School. Mil Pkakl, Mr "iVa't"ii nd Mr H ( M. T. Fe-i.nl- e Crft, Joe Ward piMtJ up to London ye'ienlay. Mm. Maky V Bowman, Virgin! and Horace hare returned from llarrodaburir, where the r wen: to attend the fair. Miw J. H HrnwiA.s and children, in thin who havr bte ii Yislting relative Tlcinitr for a month, returned to Lt xing ton yeaterdaj. I)n J W. Di Kr.ii50.v writes hi fath r that he and thre other hate bought the Lirbjuriille .Virtu and will make a red hot democratic abeel of it. Mu J I. McKtr'NEY, of Mt Vernon, III., wa at hit father' a ehort time tbi week baling come on after hi wife who bad ipent tie mtunier here. Pnor. A S. I'avtos returned Wednesday from Virginia with hi children. May, Suoie and K)bert, who have been spending the rummer there with relatives Mit John W Miu.ni, of Lancaster, went up lo Kockculle yesterday to see afHe eaya he will ter hi lare orchard hare neveral thousand buheli of peaolio Miu S J. Em dry ontrrt&ined the , Muse Stunk and their ciiet, Mit of Wincheiter, beiidei a number of ther ladle and centlemei, at a delightful te Tueday evening. Mu (I. K llAltDIN hi rented the Wi I An leron prjpsrty to I): Pnny and will reinoee to Lncnter. The doctor nnd hi youns; wife will try their hand at houc keeping for the Grit lime shortly. JUDflt M 0. Saitley ha returned from a tour of Kina, with a view of loci-tinbut we think he U pretty well ati-S- ed row lo tay In old Kainlu:k He took in rt very fins fee in s cse at WaKetney, but ai to the ccunlry, he only like it "je Hir-land- tolerbul." Mim Elia Pkyto.v, who"j lonn pell of typold fever left her with the connuiap lion, is KrowinK lapidly wore daily and the cad event of hi death ia likely to occur nt any time. MIm Eugenia Peyton, who went to Huotonville to avoid the fever, had aln baen taken down nnd la very il1. Pnor AnSEit Hcoeih hn eecured the Concord College at New Liberty, Owen county, and has fine propect for a success f j1 year. The. property CDt $12 000 and the average attendance has been about 125 pupil. Brside Mrs. Uigers ho will have neyeral other atpiMnnt and it i hi intenin everr tion to make the school We wish him success. particular first-cla'e " L0CALlilAfTIER5 11 TitEUEaranow prisoner in jil. Oliver Cnilled Plows and extrsa nt re- HockerAllright'e. II. Buady has been made the boy. d cipient ol a Will T John lUuoniiAN bought of John for Mrs. L A. Farisa a lot on H low- er Main atreetjor Thk. old gentleman who was eo severely hurt by filling off the train, Mr. John Mo Collock, has improved considerably in tho last few days and his son and daughter thought of taking him to his home in Mary vllle, Te nn., last night. xuebody getting exceedingly careless wilh the maih on the L. & N. Three limes in iv week the Courier-Journhas hiled to arrive the day of its publication and Wednesday not a paper was put off here. It must be a republican rascal who la doing tbi'. If 3 let him walk the There is al plank. I am now nipplied with ' the CmnberhnJ oomplole line f Thk dlookholil-- r ol family crocritM mul will he plexus to Vnlley IjtnJ Cjuipmr iucrewcJ the num nnd pet my price, b?r of their director have the public cm to nine and elected i'iyc h and ve money. S H. Mers (bv. Jame H. Mr.C'reir? and Hon. John D. While to till the bonrd. The company The ice supply ol Mr. It K Harrow hav- i coing right along now taking up its op ing become exhauled. he ha been forced tlons In Hvlnn and I 1! counties.. lo pr icure lake lee, wnio1! he U now di Tub cowardly scamp who occasionally per petisuig to hi customer ol twj cent write us threatening pound. letters, will please read in our Mc. Vernon letter the statement Altai Jonk was Hied iU) nnd tmt in t two men there haye bain fined $25 the police court yeterdy for smacking hi ec! and sent to Utl three months for a si'ltr down, but the getieril iuiprevlon similar oflsnse. Tnis kind of punishment seemed to b) thtt she needed the little corin addition to the kicking that we propose rection. to givo such who come in our path, will of my accounts rut paid by Aug, likely deter the latcal from the lowest of Tiioe 25 will be placed in the hand ol an ollicer low ellort nt reyenge. for collection. Pay before that time or you , -- Mr. A. O. Fast Type-Settis- h will have to pay cj! J. Y. Vauarsdall, held uompolior of the office, did the Junction City. remnrkab e work of selling two "gilley" ol this bravier type in tire hour ye:rdty. I). K law, menTllEbrakeman. Oeore tion of whoe fearful fall (rum n train was This amount is ((jul to two column and to six inches and h the faslet setting ever made in our Ut, died after bsing done in thi oflis-only Mr. Ct.C. hi home in L')tiivill. He wa 20 ycir nld and leave n wif nnd three children, fell behind him twj stick, all of whicli make us y what we do say ay, that With the exception of very light show- we have the fatel and and best type seter, the rain have passed us by, until the ter in Kentucky matter ha become n most seriou one. UARRIAGES. Crop sre hatng cat short, streiun are dry in up, cisterm giving out and water from French Marlow and Mis rfusm all source i becoming scuce. In some Toombs, children in the eye of the law, cue slock ha to hi driven several miles were tade husband and wife at Mr. John lo water daily. Toombi thi week, Cards are out announcing the marriage TllE attention of our readers i directed to be of Mi Florence, the handsome daughter to some IouitvilIe advrrtiiement The "Frtir," of Mr. and Mr. M L Hichard, to Dr. found In another column Cochran, J. W. Kininger at their re'idencs on the 219 to 227 Jelljison, Wallace . New Eiglih Kitchen 21'b. genlf' furnisher, the and the S. Cloud Hotel are all excellent titLlbiUJi. in their line and we ark those who visit A Louisville from thi ciu to call on printed Maine preacher he hi sermon and send a copy to each absent them. member. None. The of deptemhsr I nar The K;v. Dr. Iljrchard. of Kara, at ha'id,t.ud all Uxe not piid by that day and Hibeilion nitorietz, is eni lyThe new reven-i- l ing Kt, Kifrehnjeniand KtouppMtion at 6 per crnt. will h added law rt inure the shcrili to mtke slid ad Siratc gi dition ol 0 r cent, and if he Ml to do so Elder J Billou and Juhn Hill it will be charted lo him in hi settlement Citbon will exenange pulpit next Sjmlay, with :be auditor, and in addition ubjct the former preachiue nt S.anfnrd and the himeelf to indictment and fine of not les latter at Hustonville. in each case. than ?1(K) or more tl an Elder J l Montgomery trilr that t?o I hope every one will settle before that Elder Maore, of Hirse Ceve, e will day T U. Newland, Kherifl. a meeting nt McCormacV Caurch Found List Friday we gave an ac Sunday night next, and say tho meeting rum' of the inylr'.o i diappiranre uf at K'ih ISrinch is progressing very well A good long letter for public etion was wife The article hsd Sam Huntzinger' received from IJro. Barne yesterday, which the desired cflect for a friend immedhtely wrote telling u of her whereabouts and was forced to go over till next Tuesday . b'imuel joy fully went for her. She had hired He i still at Versailles but will leave for out at a domeHic to Or McKoberls, in Olympia Spring, Bath county, today Lbyle county and was going quietly about where his correspondents will address him her duties when her hmbind arrived Tiles for the next ten days. cloed a meeting at Sar-d- i J. L. s day. She agreed at once to go with him last week with 27 confessions and 17 home and they were soon on their way Her excuse for leaying is that she wanted addition to the church. The meeting at to mike some money and says she did not Johnson's Hall are still continuing and tell anybody that her huibind treated htr growing in interest night after night. Rev bully. Like the good hearted fellow that Maxey i creating such an intereet as ha behe is Huntzinger forgave her little excen-tricit- never besn anued in South Somerset fore; there have been 17 additions to the and now everything is lovely and church, and the harvest is whitening with the goose bangs high. souls that should hi sayed. Somerset The Lancaster Jnurnal copie our article DiiuocVat ys; "A friend of about El IIooJ and LANO. STOCK ANO CROP Mr- - Hood's at thi place tells us an entireSeptember wheat is quoted in Chicago ly different version of the aflair. In the first place Mr. Hood was not givrii a day at 70J Oreeuberry Bright sold to Le, Hudin which lo secure bondsmen. If this had son h Co.. 3 mule for f 130. been the case we have been informed thnt 150 bushel of white ed rye for sale there were a number in Stanford rnd Hu- tonville physician among the number the by Tom McKoberl. S'anford. T. E. Wood bought of J. C Johnston yery one who had gifen the prescription ne was arreieuj, wno 130 good grade sheep at 3 cents. on whicn account Jame Morris sold to J. II. Jones, of would hive gone on hi bind." We gener ally know what we are talking about. Mr. Fyetle, for Cecil, 100 head of hog at 51 -Hood was tried Friday morning and was 50 -- At Georgetown Monday 500 commo not lodged in Jul here till Saturday at sheep sold at 12.25; yearling cattle at ?15 noon. He tried eyerybody he knew to go to 513 and a lot of calve at $9 15 each. Aton his bond and filling attempted to estendance small and hut few stock on the cape from Djpuiy Jim Cjok without sucmarket. Why don't his frienda come to time cess While many portions of the West and no. Il is certainly not too late. Northwest have suffered heavily from the Shot Her Hosdvnd Monday night protracted drcuth, the rain has been pourthe neighbor heard loud talking la the ing in Hoods in all the States east of the hoti'e of Frank Stantrd on upper Main Alleghanle, "upon the just and the unstreet and shortly aiterwird the report of just." The Somerset Fair has added a 10 Several went to the a pistol nn,: nut. pony race and 5150 merchants' stakes to its scene when the nero was found lying with The latter is for all ages, a wound in his hack. They first tried to running races leave the impr?Ioa that the shot was ac mile heats, bet 2 in 3, f 100 to first, 535 to cldenlal, but that would not work and the second and 515 to third, five to enter ncd woman finally admitted that she and her three to start. Life Ardrey A Son sold SI fat cattle, husbind were 'arreling, that he stooped down to get a stick to be it her with nnd 1.000 pounders, lo Mr, Kahn, for 51 per that she se'zd a pis'ol and let him have it. hundred and 51 premium on head. Wo The neighbors say they are always quarrel- have heard of but two fields of corn, to be ing and tjhtin and that this is not the fed down, selling, one at 51 50 and the othParis Kentucktan. first tiun weapon have hi en resorted to. er at 52 per barrel. In tobacco is in progress. Less A corner Dr. Helm was called to examine the wound which wa in a few Inches of the spiue, but was planted than usual, the long drouth was tintble after much probing to locats has kept the crop back and speculative the bill The woman is under arrest and movements have put the price of leaf, up from 50 to 100 per cent The will be tried aa soon a; the nature of the have advanced the price of plug 9 wound develops. cent a pound. The party at Mr. W. P. Tate's iu honor Of the 3,000 000 tons of cotton seed of Mis Addle V. Hodgkin, of Winchester, produced at the South, fully one sixth ie Wednesday night, although somewhat profitably utilized in crude oil and cotton with by tho rain, which came meal. Of the former fire million dollars' about the hour of assembling, proved to be worth are produced every year and of the one of the largest and modt interesting latter three millions. The utilizing of this events of tbo reason. Nearly all the belles article, till recently worthless, cautions the and beaux were present and a royal good StanJard Oil Company to look well to its. time was had till nearly 2 o'clock. Miss laurels. Lucy Tate nnd W. M. Bright received tho to President Cleveland's invitation Miss Annie Alcorn gucsta and they, with and P. M. Mcltoberts, entertained them Pittsburg is to be engraved on a steel plate most superbly. Toe grounds were beauti- which is to be rolled until it is only an inch in thickness and can fully lighted with Chinese lanterns and with illuminations, male the ecjne be rolled together iu the lorm of a scroll. the home a charming one. Tho Bupper, gotten up In To roll a piece of steel bo thin requires an Mrs. Tate's best manner, was elegantly enormous amount of work and the greatest eerved in the dininj room and back veran- care and skill. Should there be the slightdah, and was heartily enjoyed. Eyerybody est defect in the rolls the plate would be fell in loye with Miss tlodgkln, who is aa wavy and spoiled. Tho sales of paper alone in Chicago the vivacious and entertaining as she is beautiful and charming. The event will long nal year la estimated at 520.125.000. The be cherished with the most pleasant memo entire book, stationary and paper sales were ' over $32,000,000. ries by all who attended. th-tHull-man- ir ahti:ktisektv BOOT AND SHOE SHOP! have inoTfd my hop to thn itore-roorerrnt-- j vacaWd Alex. C. Allurd, opposite the Port-ma- n Hoikh ami em .rrparul to lo all klnla of work lu Making end ttppalrlDK of Hoots and dhooa, All work ifuariiiitieJ ImHtoilf ami workuianiMp. (JIto tne a call. S fi. IMA it V. it. I HOB lr 219 to 227 W. Jefferson, 220 W. Market, l40lTIsSTJXiKifl;, ICY. Mill 3 an r NEW ENGLISH KITGHEN, Those who Till: NO. 1 UKSTAUIt GEO. W. HINESLEV, Prop., 408 JEFFERSON ST., LOUISVILLE. Wc will te letter prepare! than e?er to accommodate Tliltora to the eiposltloii this year. Katea very, reaionahle and ererytbliiii new and clean. Opan day and ulght, Llegantly furnJihed rooiua, Location iu the heart ot the city. 2IC- - It like to save money should not fail to give us a trial. Truly the wonder of this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. TATE miMi GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. For CATALOGUE and other information address PH. D.. LEXINGTON. KY. WALLACE &C0CHRAN 513 PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering. Classical, Normal .School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. ArroiNTrr.s iti rrivnn i iini: or tuition. Fall term begins SEPT. 14, IB87. tkn JAMES K. PATTERSON. . 4th St, Louisville, Ey., THE GENTS' FURNISHERS AM) a e; i:is rem the CO I.DI AXAI'OLIS tOU. 2ND X LAU.VUK1', THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, JfcKmtMl.N NTS , C R3 LOUISVILLE, VAN - - - KY o pi h) c K m I 11' OSH, Iroi. Stroot Cirspass th3 Tlotol for all Dopota, The Exposition, Race Courso, and all placoi of intorost. Spocial rates to Merchants lt m and Cotnmorcial Mon. ItATJiH, S'J.tlt) IMiH n ,VY. LTJ o H CO (1 ID 0 c wiikici: IN CSKK? WIDOW F1.IKO- - cim-menc- Widow Kliegener, taaiden came Krull, potelldy married to an American ur oilier veuileiaau, and now known under bis name, a natlre ol Kiel, llolateln, 1'riuila, laid to be a resident of Lloeoln county, Kentucky, or tier descendant!, are rt'juroted to addrei tlie iindeiilguel ou account of a will and Inheritance Irom Frledland, Metkiiiil-iin:oermany AC II 1117. .V CO., Til ift-lu- ). LoulMllle, Ky. Ktau-lor, d, ;! ir.l gjwgy.f:?i3f;T.'fTttTE2smx roic .sai,e. HOTEL AND LIVERY STABLE IN BlltGIK, MLHCEr. COl NIT, KY.. Tne anure-- Junction of the Cincinnati Southern and LotiliTllle Southern lUllroadt, now occupied by J. II. Dlckcrson. IBs. only property In tti town suitable for the tmalnpsi Ternu and If not (old toon will rent It fur a term of Tears. For Information Inquire of V. or AUKS SI' 1 I.MAX, liurgin, Ky 2SC-3- Xlss C. A.X Xl jLj niAtVllXSL TAILOR, I have recelrcd and still receiving- - New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising J. J the brst In the market, which will be Notice of Amendment TO Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country Give Me Trias. y Articles of Incorporation. Tbe undertlgncd amctd the articles of Incorporation of tbe btanfurd Roller Mill Company, adopted Kcti IT, I5S7, and on that dty tiled for re.'ord In the Cleifc'i otbee of Lincoln county, Ky , at follow i; WEAREN & MENEFEE, I. Tbo Capital Stock ot laid Comrany (hall be forty tboutand dollars. II. Tbe corporation shall at no tints Incur a dpbt exceeding twenty tlx thousand tlx hundred and fifty dollars. ;m 1m W. CJ. WELCH, O. A. LACKEY, S. II. bllANKH, II. d. WITHERS, KOREjTUSREU), TUOS. FOSTER. THE KENTUCKY AKriciildinU and Meclmninil Association. LEXINGTON, Aug. KY". 30, 31Jkpt. I, 2, en & 3, COMMON OPSHQ Special trains at reduced ratoa THE WORLD, Zrre Ititcrs Hitch Jiiiu. all Railroads. THE FLORAL HALL, which Is the leadloi: feature, will lie ojen In all Its grandeur on the first day, and surpass all pre-rlo- ui occasions Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, PhaBtons, 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 complete thanf ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- VHEK A1.1IISNI).: No adtnlulon will le charged to'hdlcs, or dren unJer V2 yean, on the Qnt day. Iteiaeuibcr the chil- GRAND MILITARY COMPETING All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell yon as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and sec our lino assortment before it is broken. J. K.OREEN, DRILL. On the first day by Knights of Pythias, Knights Templars nnd ttate (luards. Urown Mall and other noted ftctrr will attempt to lower the stallion record on the second diy. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Ar!.. niistonvllle, Ky. For further li.formmlon, adJres TMIOS JIAJ. I.. i: i. J.tK'lIA, JOItXSO.X, Pros., Secretary. l25-t- d Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Paciflo Orloans and Toxas (Cincinnati New Lor-illar- Administrator's Sale ! As Administrators ot Mrs. A. E. Gorer, we will sell at heir late residence on tbe Hustonrllle pike, miles froai Stanford and 1 mile from Turners-Tlll- e, i ou Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orloans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. UKAI) IMMVN. TlUINSbOimi. No.l. I Thursday, August 25, 1887, Th? following properly: and 5- It KAD UI TltAlNdNOttTlf. No.3. I No. S. nalljr. Ex. Hun. Dally. Dally. mulee, t brood Mare. 1 Thre i year-olJack, 1 extra family rockaway Horse, 4 Cows and Calira, 1 yearling belfer, 5 yearling 7 5S a m 4 03p IU 9 CO p ill o "steeis, about 15 bead hogs, a Wagon, lOSOatu 7 05p m' 11 33 pm Household and Kitchen Furniture. 112H1U 7S5p mil Sip m TERMS; All sums of S1U and under Cash, orer 1147 8 m 8 trip m'12 21 am . thkt amount credit ot U) days with 6 per cent. In- 12 21 a in 8 43p m' 12 It! run 8S9p m 1 05 a in terest on negotiable note payable in lank. 12 15 am 9 10p m 1 15 am VAXAltSUAIjE. J. two-hois- Dallr ' So,'. STATIONS. Xo. .'. Daily. K. No. i, Dallr. I No. C. i No. 8. Sun. Dally. Dally. L'Tclcclnnail . Administrators Mrs. A. E (iorrr, dee'd. Aa agents of tbe heirs ol Mrs, A. E. (lover, we will sell at tbe same tlmo and pUce, tbe botue place, consisting of J. i. li. aoi'Eii, 1 63 2 45 p f, pm 111 ....I. 111 25 0 80 p m 3 35 a IU B 00 a 111 10 CO p m 5 10 p in .... 2 5 8 3 8 I C 42 am 55 a iu 45 Nicholaivllle ilarrodsburit Junction.. Datullle Junction City Mountain M (iMWtOlYll l.exiUitou .'rr 50 p Hi 00 p in 15 am Nimerset .OaVdalo C'hattenooi ..... II tiOani1, am pm New Orleans ,... Birmlnxluui Kutaw.... ..MeriJtan Meridian Vlckiturn.. 42 p m 1025 am 6 40 a m 3 7 pm 7 27am 1 10 ., 3 20 p m 7 00am 3 43 a ml.. 2 81pm 0 27 a m t3 23 a m ., ,.. f5 17am 2 0Gpm 5 82 a m 2S8atu .. 1 8.5 p m 5 20 a in 2 28 a m .. 12 49 pm I 10 a in 1155 am 9 40pm 8 10 am 3 CO am C3Jpm 10 40am 10 35 pm 0 20 ami 7 eupm 4 30 p m 345am 8 35pm 9 00 a m G am 2.8pm 70 ACRES OF LAND, Finely Imnrored, well Watered, good Orchard and a yery desirable small place lu every particular. Tbe dwelling Is two story, with seven rooms, there e. If splendid barn and good Terms nude known on day ol sale. DR J. K. VinARSDALE. J. F. (iOVEK, Agents. At the same time and place, I will sell 12 head of good leedlng Cattle, 12 head pood Cotton Jlules, 10 lirad Hork lulen anduU head Nhetu. i 11 15 8 00 am tl 55 p ui 7 10 p m,, 4.30 LreTeport. ..T. P Junction . . 3 00 C.55 7 50 a m pm S.tOaui am leatea ChatUnooga at J, F. A II. (J, (JOVKR, atu 15 a. n ArrtTlns at Cbttuo)? at 9.30. No. 10 e. u ., arriving at Uakdaleat 7.15 P. at. Mann Poudolr Bullet Sleeping Cars on all through trains. ' II. COLUlIUN.Uea'l Frt. A Pas.s Ajt., JOHN C.OAULT,(len,l Manager, Asjmt. It. X. HYAN, Asst. (Ifn'l Kit. A It. CAIUMUI (lon'I Hupt., W. W. WELU3, buperintondent, Bomerset, Ky. eneral Offices, Bt. Taut Building, West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, OPq. No. 9 leares Oakdale dally eicept Sunday, !'. rk : -t .,- -,,. . v : te JiL UWJ K ' ' 'i 0r. I ORIGIN OF SOME THINGS. COOKERY GOODIES. HCTTnitMiLK ODD MATTERS IN Golden Specific. Houses nro omployed on In South America in conseIt can be kI en lu cup of colleoor tea without tin' tho person takltm It Is of buttor, a pinch of soda and a quence of tho high prlco of coal. It is absolutely liai ink's mid will effect a iorma-ncaald that tho prlco of two tons of coal littlo salt, llako la a buttorod pan. and speed v cure, whether the patient is a will purchaso a horse and harnois In that moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Date Pckdino. Ono pound of dates, country. Thousands of drunkards base been mnileUm-ipratenie- n ono pound of suot chopped very line, threo whohaso taken (lohlen Hneclflo A In their coffee without their knowledge, and cups bread crumb, ono largo cup coffeo tho nun was started in New York City by crossing of two telograph wire. Tho believe thoy quit drinking of their own sugar, threo egs, ouc-hngrated free will IT NKVKU FAILS. The system contact of tho wlros produced sparks one-hacinnamon, once Imprepnated with tho Specific It becomes nn utter lnioslblllty for thellmior appetite to pinch of salt. Doil thro hours in a pud- which Ignited n telegraph polo closo to tho buildings, which wero soon in ilauies, exist. For full particular, address (iULI)EN ding mold. Serve with hot sauce. croatlng considerable damage. SPECIFIC CO., 185 Kaco St., Cincinnati, O, --i- LT Wash nnd Baked Citnimr Frnoiso. Six cities of tho Union nro provided with stone tho desired quantities of cherries oleetrlo roads by which 3,500,000 pooplo nud place a layer of them In tho bottom ot aro annually carrled.aud twelve other a earthenware dish, over hnvo them in process of construction, cities nnd this sprinkle some pulverized augnr and a In thirty-seveothers companies have lemoii-r.i- i little J; over this formed for tho building of similar road. lay some thin slices of buttered brand. Is localities along tho Hudson river tho Hepeatthi having tho layer of cherries on is so numerous n to octop. Pour u cupful of water over alt and uuu.uo casion untold trouble nnd effect extensive bake in a good ovon forty.tlve minute. Troyalmws W fi injury In thoso part. AU effort nnd year 1GM. English Toast. Trim from tho Anon tho year 170J tho machlno for of a cold roast of beef evory scrap remains remodlos have alike ace mod fruitless nnd of bolting Hour was Invented by nn hum bio cut some small slices of fried bacon loan, It Is said that there housewives do not nud ns they hnvo to English of Lancashire. Pre') put thorn with tho beef, to season it, add fasten down tho carpet 4. vious to that tlmo cloth was used in tho snlt, popper and a slight seasoning o( bo so fromieutly tnkon up on account of tho p.'st. procoss and gave much trouble by Its fre sweet hirii nil well into the meat, lx building large houses in the crowdol quent tearing and glvtn? out The necos- -' then aid Hun-M.r thicken and pour In to Hlty for a Uurablo substitute set tho In- - soup stock. capitalists have, in many Lit boil and dip some slice? cities of tho Entthe roi)fs forpurjoes of ventor to thinking with the result of tho of buttered toast into it, and lay them on casos, prepare -' I i" .!.. lnvontion. a tint dish and set to keop warm. Lot tho fcoeinl enjoyment. nOno theater Is mentioned n having eummor garden nnd The art of electrotyplng wa first meut and gravy boil up once, then spread prumenude upon its root ami many privaIn the United States in New York on th.? t and serve with thj gravy. te-house owners are avui.ing themselves In the year ls41. It Is stated that the art was tnvcntoil in America und Europo ht j Lima Beans. Put a pint of tho shelled of tho advantage of tholr eievntol roofs beans into boiling water slightly salted, over the lower levels In warm weather . the same time was connned almost to engr.ivUgs, but adding no. cr three sllcos of onion. When . It ha been remarked that n person later it b'camo umilhii to other ' ?"a" '"'Vt",1;ted Put butter the sue of frequently using a telephono always emsaucepan nnd when uses and u)W tillis a high placo in now- particular ear hotaJl nn even tnblespoonful of minced ploys ono over tho wires. InIt receiving work, paper a v..J. is has also onlon3 which cook well; thon put In tli3 messiigos m reason to brieve that tit hisThbkb been observod that the nine person inbeans and add enou;h water or stock to variably tory of the earr.or pigvo'i 001 back to the keep them moist. Keep turns that 'Mrticulur to catch siege of Jerusalem In lo'.'i. und it is an un- Df the lire about n quarterthem nt the side the words of any speaker. This it is of an hour, ns It doubted fact that they u . useu in tha takes them some time to sonti; just bofore claimed, is bocauso of n refined sense of crusade of St. Louis in K." Some of tho taking them out ml small handful of sound produced by tho constant use of oarllost travelers from Europo to the minced parsley. Do la took them much tho telephone. Such iji tormoJ n "telenot A Orient say that the custom of training tho ntteraJding the parsley, ns that spoils the phone oar." A nun KYAitn In Freetown, a small Calim birds ns messengers, was practiced by the color. Thlit powJer Trp. a rurrl ol old time Asiatics. Jessy Lijjd Ivdkixo Take ono lemon, fornia town.latoly sprang Into prominence ttrisistn nd wUuiiomcntMJ. iiore economiti who tlrst four eggs, four or vj sponge cakes, three-fourtis 8 matter of urn-ethrough tho discovery of gold in tho com- - luau me orainurf inm, iv rxn noi io ioio It a'? the uiuHliuJeof low IrU .tbors introducod spectacles into uie It is said, of a pint of rose water, one gill of position of its bnclt. When it became coupoUton with phospluio powJeri. Saldanlr In wet jbt ium or however, that a Florentine monk named cream, strawberry jam, whipped cream. known thnt there was gold In tho yard tho C1CI, UOTALDAKl.ttl I'OWDK Spina has tho best claim as the discoverer. 100 Wall titrect. New Yor Boat up the yelks of the eggs well, and put owner commenced working it, and the Tho date of the invent.on f spectacles Is them with the cream into a stewpan, add great piles of brick on hand suddenly acplaced by antiquarians between the yenrs ing the Juico and grated rind ot the lem- quired n market vnluj of twenty.five 12S0 and 1311. Thoro is an Italian author- on; stir these over the fire, and when near-I- cent onch. Ono house constructed of LOL'ISSCIILIKiCL, ity for the statement that an epitaph in exready to boil, stir in the whites of the these brick Is about to be torn down by istence records tho death of Sa'.vlno Anna-t- o fgg. whipped to a btuf froth, also adding the owner to get the gold. d'Armatl the inventor of spectacles in one half of tho rose water. Put the sponge A momwibxt on a grand scale is about Florence In 131S. Cikjt on u rather deepdlsh,pour tin rest of to bj erected in Mountain View Cemetery, ill(IIM0M. KKTltK). A vmcouxt wns originally tho deputy of the rose wat r ov;r them.coverthem with a Oaklunl, Oil., by Dr. II. I). Cogswell, a n comes or count. The comes or count was layer of strawberry jam, over this pour gentleman vl wide charity und groat Photographs iu all styles and sizos. intrustod with tho administration of tho the lusiaid, and tcp the who.e with tho wealth, who In nihijvel popularity s affairs of a county, and Itu deputy or through Id ninny Lenefai-tions-, in memtvhirpd creuin. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and was called, in Norman French, d to bo tiiEAM Water Colors. Boll together ono and n ory of himself. Tne monument counte, and his duties corrosp m led to thoso n qaarter poun !s and will ef sugar, the juice of one seventy feet in t I Kiu a'l a l Mitt 'it Trjr !o New of n modern EuglUh sheriff In this sense lemon, one ounce of tartnrlc ticid, and a of seventy-llvthousand dollars. (JOtdy tho word w.i led long beforo it became a Tho millionaire phy,cian himself designod Int and a half of water two mluutos. .", a title of uobllity it When colt, ad I the whites of two eggs ttio beautiful and artistic work, ns well as titlo of peerage Was llrst eonfeiLi 1U9 by Henry IV. beaten to u Mi.T lio.h. ono la.-gseveral drink. ng fountains presented by upon John, Lord Ueauiuutit, and his heirs. ot Hour Wei, led ia half u cup of spoonful him to other cities. cold waKomc recent expanments with electrical The birthplace or beer is Egypt. A ter, and three spoonfuls of ossoneo ol t!f- AND papyrus has boon discovered upon "which a wintergreea or sarsnpariila. To serve, motors for street cars are interesting to a 11 ill ii1uhs liwyo on hum! a Iiiixh it ml nclcci Hut of 1'iirnl-(lir- e thoso who have horsos to sell. In Philah r r 1 TV.t RTP A TIT.V father reproaches hi son for lounging put two srounfuls f this cream into delphia tho cost for the propulsion of a about In taverns and drinking too much ami rmlcrlnkerV UmnU. .11 y prlci.'H Mill ! nn lou niicIi of a glass of eoU water, ud 1 boor. From tho Egyptian the art of brewUlTlDj rrnt.d th itible ou f)pot street, I am UOoiIm cull liu buut;lil In flic cKIvm. CJivo nu 11 trial and yon of a teasroonful of carbonate of loaded street car, sixteen hours a day, is un rraionalie ing loer descended to the Ethiopians. soda, und stir till it effrvescj. This Is put at H.0) by tho new motor. Iu New prepared t' trxlu cJ Lreak lionet ulll Ii) coiivliu't'il (littf 1 mI1 loucr than llio loui'Hi. Court Jar tra.le tollrlud Vhllo tho Romans despised beer, the Gervery delicious and hsalthful, and the cost 1 ork an electrical company offers to guar- turns. CourtT JUf.Y . V.lltVESTIUl. mans of tho north of Europe fully appre- of the materials is not over twenty live antee that cars by it system will not cost iMantoiil, Ky ciated it gooi qualities. At present the cents, making two large bottles of the more than H 10 per day, running ninety mile. in thnt time nud carrying all tho yearly production throughout tho world cranm. amounts to otio hundred and forty million Baked Fitsstt Mackeuxl The mackerel, passengers that can lie crowdod into them. hectolitres, England taking the lead with If frosh, is judged by it bright eye nnd The average cost of the same servico with forty-oigh- t millions stiff body; the fresher tho bettor. Wash horse is 7 5). It will probably be some LONDON. KV. time beforo All breeds of cattle, it is stated, as tho them very clean and dry with a cl.'un cloth displaced bythe horses on all tho lines nro electrical motors. F . B. RILEY, Proprietor. result of investigations by the zoologists, and then rub over with a littlo vinegar. expert Kewj & SflHlulppl Valley C: are traceable to the urus, a wild animal of Make some forcemeat with stale breud The project contemplated, by ilia Tlioroiiclilr ltcnovnloil nnd Itcfur-nlslithe forests of Europe, now extinct, and crumbs, butter, sweet herbs, scrapod an- super. nundent of the Central Park I'nrc DY DAYLICHT lliroiiKliont. Flrnt-clitN- a tho "small Celtic Shorthorn," an animal chovies for the stuffing, and knead togethof New Hork, of developing in tho never aboriginally wild in Europ ami ronsonablo prices. Day nud iiIkIU Through tho CANONS of NEW RIVER andacrou In lioth er with tlu yelk of egg, season with salt clilinpatizjo race n form nud intellect wero probably domesticated In Asia, and and pepper, ither cayonna or black, tc them to become of use 10 mankind ns luiiisiiro met by jiolllo l'orlorwof IIiIh 4LLEGHXNIES and the BLUE RIDGE, patting WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Uliortt ol tha , both made their appearance together in taste After filling the lnsldos of tho mack- servants. Ho purposes to curry out his liojuiliir IIoiisp. Alleghanjf Mountain! in Virginia. e the Neolithic ago. In tho possession of erel, sew them up, placo them in an ideas by tho aid of some remarkable sped-mon- s dish, sprinkle salt and Hour over iu his keeping. Tho geiitlomun, Dr. thoso who lived on tho wooden platforms rillSST SUHUS3 CLIL'ATS IK AL'SSICA. iaLw and artificial islands in the Swiss lakes. them, put a littlo butter on top nnd under- Conklin, expects to bring the chimpnnxej A SPECIFIC FOR Tho remains of tho latter are to bo found neath, and bake In a mod era to oven. Obterratlon Cars from Kanawha Fall! Is Charlotte 1 to a hlglior state of sagacity and u capabiltill Breakfast to Supper) Iron April tit to Oeeer nil over Europe in refuso heaps belonging Hirvt with any suce or ketchup as prt-- f ity of understanding lmplo orJer. nnd MUX ST, KICI1MO.MI. KT Jtr lit. to various periods from th3 Neolithic age erred. obeying thorn, also to being accustomed to down to well within the hlstoi period. wearing clothes. It is said chimpanzees B. ONLY SOLID TRAINS nllh PULLMAN CARS A LITTLE PLAIN TALK. arc employed in South America In tho It is tho only domestic ox met with in the fa m ' iKurs guol Table CCH A largo number of refuse heaps in tho Britpicking of cotton, if thu Is true tho doc-toi- 's moui, tbl Hotel L:alsTllla, CI:laaaU, anl Le:!st:s, .: clean acd The p pu.ar t.itlon that the uso oi project does not look entirely hope- And no luixrlor. well furnlthed roonu attached. ish Isles, ranging from the Neolithic age l,r...e,l -(11 faiupleay. hn to tho tlmo of the English invasion, arsenic wUi luprovo tho complexion is a less. down fScnnty atmt llatrt r.' w per and is represented by tho present High- permit;. error The moit that it will accomplish is to impart nn unwholesome, HOUSEHOLD BREVITIES. or land cattle, small Wolsh and snvill Irish bloated coni t. on to thell-sh- , which its cattle. ! Cloves arc dltasteful to red ants, and if An account of tho first mail service in users hope will pass for healthy plumpif taW n ' r r; tbe CHANfiR OF I IFK. rrtat tho United States is thus given in a work ness, nnl In cr lor to re.vh that result it any infot tho pantry a few wholo clove a,t itil t'r.-ci.- l f it rtv ."r "a oa American history: Tho ilrst record con- must bspartakan of in sulll.Ment quantity 9trown on tho sholves wdl gonorally blubook Mk ui to ish them. Koine ti the hunt ..r(," rmileil fruc Tblj popular enterprise li fat tained in our colonial history of nuy kind to Injure tho system nnd pi 100 ia jeopardy Uuil,ril.LU llaulLaTon Co., Atlanta, (la. : the reiy beat Kln In th" oWi ooeaniouE Ax odd and hnulsome cover for a very of mall service dates from 1077, when tho tho lifo of tho foolish v.ctim. The inesSEPTKHUfcll UJ-iConnects In ume depi In Wuhlnglon far Tbelrnext meetlru court at Uoston appolnto 1 Mr. John Hay. timable jewel of good look In man and small stand mny be made of chnmoU slan anJCONTfNUnsi BAYS. In alJltlon to liber200 in ward "to take In and convey letters ac- woman is a concomitant of sound health with fringed od'J and decorations of gilt al ehow ring premlumi Ihey oiler II calle.1 trot-ti- I BALTIMORE, at and nu to be achieved by practices de- or bronze. purees, i'.acee tTtry dajr, hore PHILADELPHIA, cord ing to their dlroctlon " In 1710 ParP n r. m. and itarted promptly at 1 so oer the tlnut structive of th? physical constitution. NEW YORK. A siMri.r. hut eftleueiom reimdy for half mile track la the slalo. The imniReinent liament passod nn act to establish a genDirect route to Has the reader any practical ilea of tin rheumatism is thus Riven: Ono quart of hira mi.ireJ norilnior exnfiiie to iuVe tie ap for all her majesty's deeral "iJMU'-fVrtlhnominations, including North America, number of steps which the average house- - milk, qulto hot, Into Which stir one ounce proaching meeting eclipse all others, Cheap rales- LYNCHQURC, ItcMIM).1' Y.iof alum; thU makes curds una whoy. on all the Uallroadi lor twin uun ana ueaai. New York Icing node tho chisf letter of- keepjr takes during the dayl If not, calDANVILLE, ' erylrdr Invited. And all po'ntj In fice of the colonies. The rates of postngo culate the distance from tho best room t3 Uatho the part r.tlootod with tho w hey un N.il.lWOXE,Ht'crt'tuvufor all lcttors and packages from New tho kitchen, the stairs and tin length of til too cold. In tho meantime huop the VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. 8hortestaud Quickest P.ouu frotc (. tral Kentucky to all Point3 North York to any placo within sixty m.'.es woro tho rooms up stnirs, anl think how mauy curds hot, nnd after bathing put them 011 FOR SALE! as follows: Single letters, four pence; times they are passel over, suy in an hour's oa a poultice, wrap In fiimnel, and go to ijusi, yosiauu cotituweit. -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON double, eight pence; treble, otio shilling; time during the working portions of tho sleop. Fait Line lletween H'COC'Iv. ct day. There is no doubt that with managean ouucj, one shilling and four pence. I.v hot weathor a piano should not bo I No. Krrvct jc nk 5, Diiir LEA'IXOTOX ! pub'Ir inetloii riiEvioi'3 to tho Invention of gummed ment a great many of thjsa stops can bo placed in a damp room or loft opu In a I will oa the rruilei 'ell I)., envelopes and extending ujeit to rcmoto saved. Articles most in uo cm bo place! draft of air. It chuhos tho airings and to the highest oldJer, oa en I hi,t Tlirouicli tlci itirt-ko- l 10 antiquity seals wero used in tho closing near the placj whora they aro no nled, nn I tuning pins to rust and tho cloth used in 7 I r. 0 H , Lre icsunaiion reaciii'i 01 s riri.l. of letters, packets, etc. Various adhesive by a little forethought two things can bo the construction of tho kjys of notion to HATOItD.lY. AUG. SOTII, 1SS7, Arr lIiii'ivi l . n. 11 V) ,i 1,1 I IJJ For full particulars, rill ou iidk.ii r. ;f .ieiit of tut brought down stairs at tho s:uiim time anl mvoll. Continued dutupnui will also iu. materials woro usud amon? them being ' White 'ulph stun i U 'mi b't in .1 hi company, or The followioi? propertj pitch, wax and flour wafers. Among the thus save an extra journey. There is an juriously affect tho urnlah nnd raise tho " CliarlottsfllltHV M Juijch A III p h. It lit Id t F. II. MOIHK, A.FrtLIIV aDd out U1IIJI11K', (Jen. Pan. Am, l. Trss. I'jm. Affnt, $ " Kldiiuoud So p m p m ancients ring seals wcrj useil not only for old maxim, "Tach the head to save the soft libros of tho sounding board, thus Well ImproTtd New" Dwelling StaiiforJ, t, eti the " Newport . 0 ( ns Crlnitaa, Kr mi watered anJ 5 mllei from UilNjioa. K well ,:non, who do tlioir ohm sealing lotteis, but also, us small locks hojls," whicn f forming ridges Kxtroui) hent Is scarcely A Danvlll 11 m iin ; 00 i in I'll. 11. lll'NTlNtirN'itrlm. the dirt rovi between Stanford Corn. 8 head " Old i'nlni t'uml.rt . woro not common, for sealing caskets and housework, w.!d find It usoful to prac' lois injurious. " Norfolk p u (ilienil liltlws, (VisiutcuHl.Ky. Hush Branch pike. 25 Acrci olood i V 0 l U S'.lNI " WastillMtou chests tliut contnlaed vaiuablo objocts; tlx. of Hoiaraaud Mules 20 ( utile, a lot of Hogs To tiiom! who huve bird pets, un want " llaltliuuro II 2 ! iu U 4 p iu Drill, Hakesan.l Wasoraanri oilier Vittn li A M vs' may say he Is tireJ when oven, good stuplo food for thorn, the following and thoy were eve:, employed for soallng n . is 10 k u " rniUMphlt it Huieholiail Kilrhen urallur tho dtors of houses nn I apartments. ing come and he dubirds rost. Granted; given: Hake some wheat bread, made ' a 1. 20 a ii " New Vora T. IiAXI 250-- t d il Finally summed onvoiopcs gradually be- but Is not the wife also tired with her without salt; whon it is stale put it into an gan to roplnco .souling wax and wafer day' labdri A woman's life l 11 sort of oven from which a biking has just been ' . a'!ral ForTlrVcts llaie IlI rtnai-any way, n:id her da has been removed, and lot it rotnulu till tho own uoarly ovoiy where Th' tirst envelojoj, Ticket oUi'e nr mlilii-11. ! KM ' ) . i I ' I I.KIl 'l which were manufactured .11 England, panel, likely, amidst many j ct'y annoy-a- n cools. Then pound it tine and It will keep 2d Vic I'iMl.leDl. 4. e and trials, winch would sounl very for u long time. To food this, mix a dato back to 1S1X Th iij.h u.u? tor foldL, U IV j,, i li l.llli Ik). U. ing them was invented in 113 by Messrs. sma'l to be toll over and yet happening of it with throe timoj as much B. CUJEdwin Hilt ntu Warren do la Hue. nnd in day after day, as thoy must to evory worm milk. Ho suro that tho mlllt does ,ij,... ..... 1S13 waa so lmprovod by the latter that it housekeeper. 11: .ilco both nerves und body not boll. was capable of folding "and gumming 3,090 tired; yet If he went around without Thin Old liLid Won Kjiowjj In cleaning gilt ware thoro is a differ-enconvolopjs or hour. Since 15) tho an- sp'uk n.j all tho evening, wocld ho think to bo observed between Hotel Still ftliunMit.in il nual production of envelopes has boon weariness enough cause to loavo sucu nn by flro or by galvanic procoss articles gilt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL HoputHCluri. greatly increasing, and theio aro now offoctl Not he. Jla would say: "Mary gilt with imitation gold. For nnd articles LKAVINO 1IOTII -cloanlng And Hie (.ouisTllle being dully maunfacture.1 in Paris alono ha got tho sulks, and I'll go whoro I can gilt by tho ilrst two methods, ono find pleimntor Aiih company." Now, 1.DW.0J0. part of borax parts of LOUIS VlfaLIS V OIXCIXVATI Weekly don't bo so ufruid of spoiling your water miy bo dissolved iu sixteon this solu, Jonx Walker, un Eng'.lshman, lnvont-e- j employed. With Dally, eecures to trarelers Itf Propriotor ii Determined tbt TTcifor matches soma tlmo about 1SS0. wives by making companion of thorn n I r tion tho artlclo Is to bo cnrofully .ubbod liltip One ye.ir for only e):i two pii-uit Blidll bo dooond to no Country Fow men by nieuus of u aoft sponge or brush, Ills friction match was made In 1S3.J of woll as merely rnori tnau Die prlt ol one then Hotel in the St&to in itt Fare. cholnito of potash nud su'.phurot of anti understand how mauy a woman hungers rinsed with wuter, and finally dried with Appointmenti, or Attenw upurccauvo worns wnen suu a linen rag. mony; it was ignited by s'rJng compros- - oru RAPID SERVICE If convonlont, tho artlclo THE MOST By paying ui JJ you will rectlru lor one jeu tion to Comfort of oliii iMitwcci two places of sand paper. 'oe''' SU3 's doing her best, of ton at a should bo warmed previously to being your home pn'r itb tbn the their Oueiti represematlro newtpnper of llmdoulb, democratPhosplnruR appearod a year cr two later, sacrifice 01 personal pleasure. rubbed, as this Increuscs its brilliancy. ic and for a tarlll far rereuuo only, and tbo Ujat, tjiid despite various dlialvantagca It has Boxivo the ears I a too common form of Atiiocdlesomk corn mny be treated in Ever attempted between the great commercial and abloat family weekly Iu the United llaicaae will he brlKbteat never been displace!. Until twenty-liv- e punishmont pructtcod by irritable and ig- tho following way: euAiered to auil Iron, thr to rxaur.Dt) a stmple tUeOhhltlTer aoU thiatilo, ud honca Htatea. Tbose wtiu feet rreeof cbar;e. Special a'roteu.odatlons It yonrs ago tho larger purt of the matches norant persons, an J it is almost always In hot wntor for halfAfter soaking thecollo- the Iiuteit time and most comfortable trains be- copy of the ran do at this nftrr an Inur apply to CommerrlalTrafelera. The liar or to tlio II vat in th a country word Iniporto! from done in fits of sudden anger. No jierson dion to the corn on nil uvhI tween all polnta In ratirlug, so us to cover and Aorthtrest. tbertoiift, "rrHed with tne eholreaj - a b tnj e fba counterpart of tbla train England aul Goriminy. Ttw inauufacturo of any Information on tho subject tho nffocLd part. Sluko this application on all kramlanf Llqeareaa nar trunk Itnee Is denominated The Limit' irurUat'ncV. rtrnlir begun here. The ordinary su.pl ur matin is would allow his or her passion to got four or live nights iu succession without vil JC.riiremt. The iuierti rolling atock w emTur.t In sdm irs anl 1. 1.,:. of their Judgment in soaking tho feet. After tho llfth night ploy aire patroni fllf flllif '(( Comfort. made by dipping the splints into a bath tho butter Weluvt toll jJVOuUftBUl B4 14 tr. Ollicea In the Ho'ith iTAt all Coupon Ticket aU.anlln every ot inoltoJ sulphur rnd then into tho phos such a manner. Tho drum of tho ear Is again souk the foet well and tho corn can m4m aBflrlctur. v tuitfivcn.iii.U.ii .4.1 it JJo-lioa and find our time thlnnoss; it may, and ha bo easily separated from the healthy skin jrou willget iVunoti tableiatlck tlcketa. ray phorous paste. Tho wood tor tho splints of piper-lik- e to Jlonon, If and Alcvtl JL I.l.l, is commonly whito piuo and somotlmes been In numbers of casBS, ruptured by a by scraping gently with n blunt knlf j. Ily jou want to sare money and hare a ploasanl JourCtialul Ci lluli.a.N. Y K.O.MrCOKMICK, be'ch, birch, poplar or cedar. Much of U single slap on tho stdo of the head, Incurable treating corns this way two or threo times ney. ! Clnclcnttl.tVHB Oeneral Paaaeoger Agent, Caicago. is brought from Canada. Tho common deafness resulting. Says an cmlnont phyin succession thoy can be ontirely curoJ. SoMbrrJrjfflitl-Prk. City Ticket Agenta nnd OUicers: 11.1, UK 1AU) ion gr.idu of iuiphur matches can now be sician: "Ail strokes on the honds of child-- , Ky. 41,00. K. A. Ilt'CKMKK, 221 4th Ave., Louisville, A new idea at tho rate of ten conts for ren with an angry hand aro brutal and handkerchiefs m pillow shams la wldo silk I. 11: ToaaKNCK, 1W Vine at., Cincinnati, O Luught nt rot-iARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, of small sizojoiucd together containing sevon-ty-liv- o criminal." In the samo connection ho adds eighteen boxei.ouch box WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE, one hun- that "a geuorous, wise and humano parent with nntlquo insertion and trimmed si round matches, or at tho rate of with ant quo lnco. Cream white, soft pink, I for one ce it. dred nnJ thlrty-ilv91,000.00 Promiunii l should allow a night to Intorvono botwoen palo bluo or yellow linudkerfhiersmiiall BTANFOKl). KY. iu GENTRAL UNIVERSITY the commission of tho fault on tho part of . 2 Premiums, $900.00 oach Cut Una some cold a child und any dccldod punishment. The size and laid ovor a silesui lining nro n poCauoli.va Stew. conn nn ' 6 Promlums, Forovory WALTON BROS. - - Propriotoa. ndd one tnblespoonful currast veriest thiof should bo allowed time, lest pular shumforgucstchambi'iM KY. RICHMOND. roust beef, 23 Promlums, 3100.00 11 day use small llnon handle jrchtors Joined Ail viintni;,",. -- Full Fiirulty i'lotrti pcnirl a chopped onion, tho law should bo vindictive unl wrathful. jelly, 0110 of butter, half it 100 Premiums, III the iltliy of 650.00 11 of with HI110 the juice of a lemon and pepper and salt. And shall a man or woman puuish au un- being torchon nud edged with thu same uro jni'litjilri hlu.h Jli Henneil mid 200 Premiums, 820.00 11 much ued. Thoy nro uotonly protty II). Moderate iarUKe, (too lionliubi coimiiiiii. up resisting child with nngry inconsldoratlon, Cut Kin. Atti'Inl.iliOH ritlr over a tiro fifteen minutes. fpillllMUtCM. 310,00 l.it e.li.ll .', F11rf11lll11l11r1111tl.nl SIMMS OITNH Bite of Stage, 20x50. Eight comolate sit of CMa 1,000 Premiums, Ntvr nn I mix In two cucumber ptoklQ beforo with unreasoning wrath in the heart! It and inexpoiisivo but thoy do up charm11.IT. II. 17. nnd CitnlnKiie, ory. Boating capacity, lucluilu gi'.ler, SOo ingly Tor full imrtlciilari nml seo CircuHi DLANTONjD. D.,Chanceiror. s.tTl;. Mi5?i?wUi ' good attractions bHeu.tuable rates to lar In Tun first Masonic IoJko In America wai established In boston, July 30, lr3 The carat woight in use for woighlug gold and proclous stonos iias its origin In tho socd of tho coral (lower of tho Ab.vslnnl-ana- . It wns callod tho carat seed and was used ns is tho weight of tho proseut. The modern trousers date their Introduction to general use with tho French revolution. Tho army of tho Emperor Napoleon wore tho tlrst to adopt tho pros-ostylo of log covering, after whom tho wholo world patterned, England being tho last to adopt It. Exactlt when shoes wore first worn Is a matter of uncertainty, but it is known that in 1402 tho English woro long pointed foot coverings. Tho Jews of nn ancient dato fashioned shoes of various materials, and slsin. Tho suchns llnonwooa-llbj- r prosont style of shoo Is traced bade to the nt milk, ono 13ncAn. Ono quart of sour pint of meal, three eggs, a tramways PRINT. tho stroot Drunkenneu or tho Liquor Habit Positively Cured by administering Dr. Halnei' 11 nt WALL PAPER. WALL PAPER, y lf nut-mo- g, lf WALL PAPER, d n tluely-choppo- d R0l IP nrr M'EOBERTS& STAGG'S Wall Paper, wlrc-work- I 1 Furniture, Bt rr j mffiyfiVft-tJ- I I at y Cases, Caskets, Kibbes, w'' hk W"'0 -- POWDEI: Absolutely Piiirc t, Fulljand Comploto Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. B. K:. WEAKEN, Stanford, rvTIES'W- JFUKN1TURE XAITC 11 IIVFXiAX, Proprlolor. STORE 1 v lHOTOGKAlIIKBS, vice-come- Si. he-gh- o ist d dii 1 1 e Livery, Training, feed, jc three-quarter- s ufr SiiSk one-quart- ii RADFIELD'S hegDLATOR I 1 "! Mu-sou- nl tit-ti- 107-fli- earth-enwur- WILLIS HOUSE, L-- J. WILLIS, Propriotor, u-. 'Woman's Diseases P....MI tt THE SOMERSET FAIR MENSTRUATION 1 . . 1 r; - iln 1 post-ofllc- o H - LA.NI. OK)l!f - '; ;i.!.N. I i .11 . "i 1 1 . f T 1 ' 1 . 1 MYitRSHUTSL. - . ;i Wriutil I'otiiUiiiaHon o 1 A NEW FAST MAIL ur-tid- Hih hus-laud- roiiricr- .fiirim) - house-keeper- Cjurier-J.iu.-i.a- l, clt-iee- Courier-Journ- r- '"J I CIt:i $25,000.00 IN GOLD o (J t i I .w-'rt- I- s or" uouinl of Anmxiti.Rw' CoKKKn. IMWMU il ' ff rTr - t'i'ipj, ,i.i