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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887082301 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. tm VOL. XVI. VubllMheil Tiu'miIiium ttitil -- AT - Kill 1 1 imfefiif mutual. NO. 257. OANyiLLE, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 28, 1887. ato in); how a de'iclotis swim in the tepid wattra repaid us tor the fniigne of reacting the favored spits, where enough water undrunk hv tliH thirsty drouth, to lloat us comfortably how we returned to the Tabard ladened with tl jral, wildwood spoils, and not wholly free from those ac comptniments of mountain rambling;, In July, the t -- ki aforesaid I i the broad, breiy halls, after siu, we would gather to "talk," the nnrtnattm ttirnltu Into a sort of informal sermon by a drift of common cjnronl. Then an evening drive, with n hippy company of tle or more, behind "Joe" and 'Sulian," or other bony hacks of the "livery" order, who did grand service those hot Uajs in keeping up our contact with the outer world, as well as conveying in to all .tradable )int thai the rough roads permitted Who should cjmo in one day from the neighboring borg of Olen Mirv but our ever dear friend of leu years, John Clark, driving his tram of diminutive grar millet, wiih tint nervous one arm f hi', better than most men could do it with Iho His I ft. tq the shoulder, nearly, he left f r his country in butle before Atlanta Oje contribution, meaning muc'i to him, whose ne rvou, energetic niture coul hive worn out a d( ten arm-- , among so in my like it, to what, in the aigregiip, made up the caue of "Union one and indivisible" I think now, Ihouch 1 didn't once, that the price was not Iro dear to pay for the bless-insecured If we could only pension the poor fellows who died for their country, that "100 million'' tba politicians arelook. ing at with blinking eves ami slobbjring mouths could eiMly be put in the place where it "would do the uio-- l good." The olh.rs are fully paid already I wish I bad the disposal ol the mighty sum I am not going to tell wnat I would do with it, until Congress entertains the proportion of committing il to me to spend. Then I will unfold my pltn. Oir d.tr John grand, honest, Iruthful John, was only with us part of one dav Then t! to his coil mine Again, tr resume bis management Ote of '"nature's noblemen," refilled and uplifted by grace I ktisw few equals ot this gi.nd friend, whom we met first in our Albany meeting, near the Tennessee line, and formed an acquaintance, fast ripening into friendship that not death can sever. I believe the dear LOUD used us to do ' lots" of good at Kiuby We will always be glad we visited it. O.hers will, too, we hope. Mty the colon- - thurish, as I think it ultimately is bjuod to do, bsiog sn U: elitish inheritance and trust. Yes, it iscer lain to succeed, 'rjui that l.ndpoint, if from no other. Ojr rids to the station, lit i dav we left was delightful, though the sun was merci liwi The romantic road well repaid for slight discomforl, By the wayside, a few milis cut of Hagby, we came onto in uncouth, not to say 'uncanny" hut of logs, where dwells in hetmit seclusion, allowing none to intrude upon his privacy, an Ho glish gentleman, o' sjme private m.n'; s liberal education, speaking lluently five or six modern lingu.ie, who, for aims my (eriuua reaaon, haa chosen this rec'tue life, and livet In a state of almost savage separation from his kin 1 At intervals, few as poasihle he couitH to U igby to purchase some simple stores, sUutii g none, swinging, his big of things bought across his mucu-la- r shoulders and stalking back to his forest retreat ngain. The hack drivers bring his English mail, attend t'j his rare com missions and kn iw n nnrj abtut him than the rest Hd is one of the unexplained ''mysttrie-- " and there is such nn atmos. phere of awe abo it hia lifi that everfoue gives him "a wide brth." Of coure there are not wanting those who are "dring to know" who he is Tney will probibly die before they do solve the problem 1 DRIPPING SPRINGS. inrLP COUVU Frtilttv tiia l'I3UANNUM,CA81I. 1 understood If wecredlt that M wilt bo and demandiM W. P. WALTON- - GEORGE O. BARNES QOD IS LOVE AHD NOTHING ELBE IMIA1HK TJIJ3 Sl'KlMi Hit.'. Nkaii Veimailmw Kv unltr Dkau I.sti:iiioH; a blanket, for oaiforl, Ll nmi tlii At'ClUST 10. h" i nluhl I elept unrn inn it ni ui optm imlow in ucli i ile lik;lilfiil Mill unwonted" U1b oIojo'iio' thil t can do no lem to uMrk uiy nrntituJe 'or the welcome cIiiiik thin racirJ my llinnU-(nlnt- fi With in a letter to the I.NTKIUOll nil my heart I "l'tni thr LOUD" that the hark if thp hriteil lrui i at Ut broken, and itlre.hinK rain are lilluu the driecleJ heada u( the faaiiahioK crop one mure lylit hiie 1 mm for lony than the curled and Metered corn leave, mitten after limy hail almost "nude a ( rt t ' f.ir tin Altf' "Almost cmut trail, Aliaoit li kut to tall ' td Uio "poor dear thiuKi'," a Thorn Iluhtc, of KiiRb, call Ml abuced vecela ble ra'ure, nerumi to know in their dumb way tint the had fallen ihorl, tlt at the iritu-a- l moment. I. ke the Indian' worui. lu in rln of lire, they oreuuvi to haTe itlv-erer the fight for life and jtHt curled up to die. The hemp and lobecco, Munied, an.! with the fatal yellow if the lower leaTt", turn of the fiery Mimmer heut and tell n out how they wereauileriiiK, in their No po Possibly of nil itie otlls whici have been here this season, that of last Friday night was the most enj lyablr. In addition to the largo number of gueit who are lure about "j couples came out from Crab Or chard. After the lst set the etitire party became greatly enthuse hi entered into the dance with their whole heart and soul, and as: soon as each set was called there wan a rush toootaiu places on the iloor. The Crab Orchard Siring Bind is rapidly Ail they need is more practice improving Ojr dances in to make them firs'-ola- ss the future will be on We InesJay and .Sat urday nwhta K'erylndy Invited lo (attend All ladies almittt-frer (imle-me- n who do not tkk s tpper with us will becharged -- ) cents, to help piy banJ. We had seventeen new tarrivals on Tuesday and eighteen on Thursday, but as some are leaving every day, it gives room for toore. The pripects now itre that we cculd keep well tilled up to cold weither. But as my other buinesa demands my attention, I will positively dole on the Hill of September. So if you are coming, hurry up. My price is only ?" per week, and accommodations as good hi thy are anyI msel trains only on Tiieslay, where. Thursdays and Saturdays now. D. O. SLalviltTEit. Respectfully, 1 George Doram, a well known old colI wlih to sfll Forty-t- i Miarea of First ored man, whs buried last Sunday Bank itock ol blatiforl. If not soU prlrate-- v He Fifty Shares of Farmers National V" !l Publicly County Court IOay ha neen sic' for reveril weois Bank of Stanford lor Sale. l,'lJ M. T. IUJSII, t will sell the above ituck before the CourtMr. William L'oyd, who drives the il or In btanlijrJ, Cuuuty Court day, sept. house stage "rim Lancaster, coioplaioed to tl.e 5tD, 1847. ! ! .11. N4Lt,RF. authorities on Satur lay that negroea bathAdtulnlstralor lUchelJooes, lecM. l ing in Karliee's pond near town are in the I wilt JellT-- r to regular c litoiwi In Htanlord aud vicinity ersrv ujurnlni at habit of exposing themselves while his ntage & containing lady pisiengtn are passing Two CciiIh STINKHID, KKXTTCK. point. Atcoonts duo at tba cloo of each month or Sam McKie and Bjb Caldwell, both Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. w ben customer quits, a . colored, had a fiht oo Friday Ht the IVclij Hrl lei to order and uuips furmlihed fair grounds, while the fair was in progress at factory prices. .'IVt f for the las', day. Sim was severely cut by a razor an t lioh was kuockel in the head I m daily openlni-- ao elegant line of bnrlnz and by Sam with a heavy cane Tne trial was summer Millinery, Includloz all called beore County .In Ige Le Saturday The Latest Novelties of the Season. morning and as Bob was somewhat dazed DANVILLE. .n'r.,,?0"?,11'' ,'uchM Handkerchief!. Collars from the licks on his head, the case was Uuc.h,,0K' Corsets, Bustles, etc. You Uaaremovel to hlie'ewot nw building oppo-lit- e tin , continued until he recovers sufficiently. ."oruoias laieiy vacated by 8ml- r than ever prepir-c- l le7 the loit IB vianl It rren, next door to th Mtm House. The surgeon who attended McKee says he l2-2to attouituodate the public with Hue pictures JWIJJ, UUUIH.HAIl. to llfdalii. Satisfaction guar frum I'iiutOn-rapthad a close call for his life. teed. WK, A1KK.S. J as. i.. oivb is, -- Messrs. H. G Siudifer, F. Gilcher, W. Nnf.rv Pnt.ll.. Nat-lim1 252-t- 1SANK STOCK ! kamk stuck fob hale i: LAKE ICES tht G. A. BENEDICT CO., Per Found. it n ii now. MJCKiTIBfjaiCY. E.H.POX, lJJCOTO&KJLlklEEU, KY. tittr Lit' pthelic LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. a.-iir.- turn, took up Hie .ad refrain if outraged 1 care lea for them, but the corn nature kill crare, nredful food for unn and bent, hut dreadful to eee thee life tlMtalner. .corched and bliulnd by the waetini: lie ' And 'hen, the pitiful cloud', talking down from their cool, airy height and long inn in rain de.ire to apill ihelr hoirded fenurn upon the panting iltniiene of eartl how they wera mail to mock ta, in a'.ead, by the ' Prince of the power of the air,' to wlicm all thlt ai.KuUh if uuu, bird, bean', and plant wa aweeleat enjoyment. He clotted over the niieery he made Again and ain the merciful water 'which are al0Te the firmament," charged in terried bttaliona to our help, but in rain The U'irdle ol tire km too much (or them, and they melled in the preence of the euui-me- re hot breath, like the gallant rrglment. that I wot of, that in aorrowful day gone by availed in vain aotue impregnable position and withered btfjre the cm d'tucr that awept them from the earth. Tuank O d, the Oood, the Mercif il, that .it Ut ther auccored il, when readf to per. ink' And how .oon i. all forgotten' Ooe delicioU', xoakiog rain and the gram begin to apring green agaii , the hushed voice, of the bird gunh once more in aong and I cin run me my broken correspondence in aweet oblivion of the fact that but three I'tif agone no ooncr did I liake pen in hand to cuicei exine abnolutely ntedfiil arreir, than the cry ol dintre cime to the partner of try Mr: "Oh, wife, leae come and fm Ilapj'T me while 1 wrile, I'm melliiu1" the man, wherever he lived, who had for a wife thai htnted lerm one o aweetly out jjeaiuii a"Kaiiii'" What an abiuddutd if be did not p wreicti he unlet have ' precMie her ihei,' K fen my plain "J ine in that hour ol w tiu untold irnaKiire neld. Let me aee, we were in hmtoric ltL'OHY wheu I laet wrote, and at that famous hoa telrr, Tabrd Inn, Lst ins recall for n few ui iuienti, ere they Hit into the dimly remembered pant, the few incidents, but inott delight'til, thai unrkel the cloainic daya of that charming vilt to Null, SUler Sue "I'om Hrown'H" colony and their awfetent of aweet little ilauhteH, were gone. Jjhu of the name name, and Mary, "wife of the above," had alio scatter eJ out, greatly to the temporary diaconith uroolour little party. But the broken rtnka were well filled by the aeaaonable arrival ol Kab Efaoa, the genial and true, nnl Mia Toerm Worthiugton, gentle, nweel and good, These from Danville, the "hub." T nen from the Cpltal came those Killant eoldiera and model gentlemen, the brothers Fayette and Virgil Hewitt. No kinder, truer, atetdier friends of this gospel troupe have we than these gentle-meand we are all thoroughly proud to know it. Frank, Brother Virgil' eplendid boy, accompanied them, and never allowed thinga to stagnate while within teach of his most mercurial presence. For keeping everybody and everything healthily and continually stirred up, commend me to a bright, heillhy, moderately oil. chievoua boy of li!, like our universal favorite, Frank, upon whom the sun seemed to exert no repressing Uiluenre, whose epui a were always at "toiling point," and who jolllly defied even the R ighj ticks. Time would lail to tell of the long, hot walks we look on alternitedays (exhausted neeJed the "evory othei" torecuper- e n; The douth is oo in Annie, wife of Sim McK'e, colored, died Friday morning of consumption. Wanted, 100 head ol aattle to grtie on g od mountain range. AJdresa B. li. 1'a- -, 3 ker, Loni'on, Litirel county, Kr- The Cumberland Vallev Xtn has changed hands and the people of that secTne paper tion hip to be congratulated. will be democratic hereafter. Leu, ths butcher, had grown gradually worse until Sunday evening amputation if in. arm was found to be necessary lo save his life. I);s. Scales and Raui'ey were nc cordingty called in mid performed that delicate piece of surgical work. Parties who are posted tell us that ibe prolonged severe drouth will cut the yield of ooru to a half crop or less in the mountain countto. But the Lord never wholly deserts bis people and we are to have an excellent mast for swine. Mrs. John Magee, of Kut Barnstadt, has been visiting in (his citv. Mrs. J. W. Jones is in Louisville. Mrs R G. Ward, cf Garrard county, is with her mother, Mrs Jacob Hackney. S. J. Conn was in the city b'unJay. J. A. Craft is in Louisville. Mrs. Peter Felton has been very sick. Mrs Cleveland in the Sea. A few minntes later a visaionl of white arms, waving hair and blue bathing suit rushed down the beach into the water with a crv of pleasure. Il was ;Mrs, pell-me- Cleveland herself, and trottiog on behind d came mater Tne biy Is so that there is no surf and the water was thorotigaly warmed by the sun. Like a child the first lady of the land disported herself. She made a charming sight, with her statueriiiie form and finely Jmoulded arms and neck, while over her faoe hung little tendrils of hair, which only curled higher when they got wet. The bust was magnificently shaped, with head neck and arms to match, The feel are small and so are the limbs. Like .Mrs. Langtry, Mrs. Cleveland is most perfect from the waist up, not down. She iwim like a duck, while Mrs, Fulioni llippeJ around near the shore. The news that they were in the water spread and at to in, as they were returning, they uiel large crowds en route for Delano's, who looked much disgusted when they saw the pair returning. land-locke- G. Dunlar.P. A. Marks, I. G. Adler and S. D. VanPell went lo Harrodsburg Thurs day night to assist their brethren of War ren Lodge, W. D , in conferring the E. A Mm. Martha McAlister, Miss degree. Millie Mc Mister, Messrs. Gus. Rogers, Frank Fox, Harry Wiseman, Lucien Logan and G. I Caldwell have returned from a ten days' sojourn at Cumberland Falls. Mrs. Julius. Burgreen, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs Frank Gilcher. Mr. Joseph Moore has returned from Rowan arid Carter counties. He was in the court-roo- m at Morebead while somebody was preparing affidavits to swear Judge Cole oil the bench. Tne outlaws were quiet during Mr. Moore's stay in Morehead. "Dr." T J. Spencer & Co , 527 West tith street, Cincinnati, have in eotne eur reptitous manner obtained the addresses of a large number young ladies in Danville aud vic.nity and have sent to them thro' the mails circulars referring in the coarsest manner to female diseases and weaknesses, with suggestions how to obtain additional information, etc. It is difficult to speak delicately of a matter like this in public print, but when eny man or set of men eeek to engage mere children and young, inexperienced girls in correspondence upon subjects Ilk i the above, upon which their mothers and family phveicians upon too application of their mothers, should alone advise them, the mere attempt stamps him or then as unprincip edcoun dto'is, who hive other obj eti in view than appear on the surface. Already there is some talk Lere and elsewhere in the county as to who shall be the next sheriQ. The "bosses" haven't lain aside their old tactics acd throw out "feelers" indicating their choice, and they say, "why, how can anyone line to vote for such a man?" The teople on other occasions not yet forgotten didn't so much, if indeed at all, object, personally to some of the candidates, but they did ob ject to a few gentlemen getting together and in a quiet way naming who the volers generally should under the whip ci party lasli corns up and support. Don't talk about "parly allegiance" when the methods of the "Is iders" are such a to create a sua picion, al least, that they are the ones who are reallv responsible for the apathy and discontent of voters Members of all parties are beginning t) think for themaslves, and when intelligent men in either party see that it is all turkey for some and all buzfird for otte-s- , they are sooner of later "mighty apt" to kick. Gtye the rank and tile a chance once i.i awotie, gentlemen; don't ostracise old and tried worKers In the party and then taink you can driye them like sheep to the shambles. Stanford Female College. ALEX. S. PAXro.V, I'KLS. Next beulon will be,(ln on 'attorneys at law, ' AYRES& GIVENS, 311 Fifth Street, Thursday, the 1st of September Instruction thorough, and discipline kind, but firm. Untluates onlour dttlerant ourses arrang ed to suit the tasts and caparit'es of girls Utters special attrac Ions lu fie Deiurtuients ol Art and Music, tend for catalogue. 'i'3 tf XOTJIHVIlX.E, . (!36-ly- ICY. .) flpoms 1 and 5, Croailo Biock PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. NOTICE. To tho Citison of Linooln County: ia te it "West 203-6- Main Street. Having recently equlppel a fine Holler Mill In tliolownol Stanford ttat wa defy any Mill to ! qual In quality of tlour, we think the citizens oi the county should hare county prldo coougti to Ve wish to Inpatronize and sustain the same The New Kercnue Law adds six pr cent, to form whom It May concern that ho are In tbe all Taxes unpaid by too first day of September irarket to buy vour wheat and corn and will al- and I will nave to collect It. So pleas come ways glvo the highest market prlco lor tauie. We and sttt'e bare added some new machinery to our corn meal T. It. XEWI,. t .V7, S. L. C department and cin now mako meal to suit any person. It cannot be equaled by any other Mill In tblsvlclulty We solUit a trial in our Hour and meal department. All having grain in our line lor sale will please call at Mill, where our agent can be found at all times, who will glvo the best MT VERNON, KY. prices lor same. Itrund aid ship stuff always In stock. Ntw't, ir. .v. n 231 tf Manford Holler Mill Co. This old and Hotel is still main-- J talning ita fine reputation. Caargea reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. ! V. SEWCOJin, Fro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. TAXES! TAXES fir-wa- rd NEWCOMB JQCOTET I'orrs, Notice of Incorporation J. if Notice la hereby given that the undersigned hare lormed a corporation and hnve recorded the articles thereof in the clerk's office of tbe Lincoln , den. StatCounty Court, pursuant to Chapter utes of Kentucky. I. Th name of the Corporation is th "Cumberland Valley Land Company." II. Tho seneral nature of tas business Is to buy and sell lands In Harlau aud Ikll counties, Ky , to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. III. Ita principal place of business is Stanford, Kentucky. IV. The capital stock Is fixed at 8150 ,000, with on $10,000. Kach share is J100, privilege to to be raid In money. V. Tbo Corporation shall begin business on tbe 25th day ot July, 1857, and continue 25 years. VI. The allalrs of the Corporation are to be conducted by a lijard of eeven Directors, from which a President, Secretary and Treasurer nre to be elected. The Incorporators shall compose the first board, and tbe election thereafter to be held on the third Wednesday ol July annually. VII. The Corporation shall Incur no debt great-tha- n of Its paid up stock. VIII. The private property of stockholders shall be exempt trim corporate debts and liabilibe-jlh R 3. MAiriN. J NO. M. PEBKI.N3. BaooilKAD, KY., May, 1&S7. Albright A Martin beg lo Inform tbelr many friends and customers ol he change in firm name to 9IAKTIX A PEKKIXS. Tne new firm hops, not only to sustain the reputation of ibeold, but intends to make many improvements in tbe manufacture ot tobacco which will be lo the Interest ol our customers. We will deTOtespec al attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for put favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, we remain, iteipcctfully your. 1 JIAItn.y Jb I'EIIKIXS. mmi DI.I.S.liUIIDETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD, I KY. ! Has had an experience ol over fifteen has successfully treated hundrels of clal attention is given to the treatmeut eaes of tbe eyes. Name and address cured given on application if desired. cases 8pe- -' of all dis-- i ol patients 220-G- years, and ties, IX. The Corporation shall possess all the powers prescribed IP Chapter 50, Ueneral Statutes of Kentucky. W. (J. WELCH, VINCENT BOUEISO, GEORGE MCALI3TEK, J. S. HOCKEIt. L.&N. Louisville & Nashville K. R. Till UBKAT UOBl. BOYD, JOHN BENNETT, W. P. WALTON, fglJ-St- ) AITTEH' CHICKEN Cholera Cure! I THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO TIIK SOUTH & WEST WITH Pullman Palace Sleepers, i i ! Louisville ICorutmlfrl next Isiuo. .Molille ami Xetr OrlcaiiN. lief ire liov. IJuckner is two years older he will learn that the chief duly of the govDoly one ctnoe to point In ernor of Kentucky Is to appoint two or three thousand political friends notary publics that his Assistant Secretarv of State may collect a fee of $2 etch from them; make olonels ol a few thousind vain ases Heeklc, homrs on tbe line of this roa J will receive special rates in various puts of tne S'.at; grant a parr$ee Agents of thl Company lor rates, routes don or two n month; wrilo tellers of regrfit , Ac, or wrlttt L P. AfMORE. G. P.AT.A.. to managers of contry fair-- ; spend his salaLouisville, Ky Receptions," and ry in giving "Oovernor Thousands of dollars worth of at the end of his term make arrangements chickens die every year from Cholto retire to private life the most abused and era. It is more fatal to chickens than ! Louisville Comunst wretcied ol men You have read of the beautiful Indian all other diseases combined. Hut the mercial. maiden. I have, and I thought as I read discovery of a remedy that fosih ely cures it has been made, and to be con"Amtnda, I wish you to put the large of her she wa as attractive and Pocahon Tbe Knabe, the famous vinced of its efficacy only requires a erA Son, the popular and reliable Everett. Deck B.ble in a prominent place on the centre tas like as the historian had portrayed her The Clougu A Warren, and tbe Jolia s bottle is enough for celebrated Co 'a trial. A table, and place three or four hymn books Well, she does 1't look like you think she Church A It is guarone hundred chickens. carelessly around on the rofas. I have ad- would She is generallv a big, fat, filthy, s 33FtC3-aL3Nr- Q. of anteed. If, after using vertised for a young man to board in n looking creature with a blanket around her a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly with that comes to her knees, Any ono desiring an elegant anl durable mucheerful, Christian family, and I'll tell you satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken sical lustruuieol will do well to examine our generally pulls oil what, if you don't manage, either one of moccasins on that she prices before Wesra agenta for the Cholera, return it to the undersigned n Join Church A Co, anl will waryou, to rake him in, why I'll never try wheu they are worn out. The blanket is rant our Pianos for seven year, and our Organs and your money will be refunded. fastened at the neck and also with a bait at for rive years The Everett Piano and the Clough anything again, for I'm tired out. A Warren Orgm are tbo bent and most reliable the waist. Oae thing, and one only, I will DR. W. B. PENNY, Instruments manufactured. Our Instruments new sav for them, they have the most beautiful Caller (to old Mrs, Bently)-"T- he can ba teen at tbe postolrke in Stanford, where DESTIST, Miss Itosn Itlcbards will alate prices, etc. minister is making himself quite popular, pearly looking teeth I ever siw. -- JCnat TaTontuoIcy StnntoiMi - Persons who have purchased tbe4 Instruments will testify to their durability and elegant finish . is he not, Mrs. Bantlv?" lanooga Times. puuuc, auu guarsa I iinmii u'ikim luwnutuu Old Mrs. Bsntly "Well, I ain't much teesatlstartlon. The secret of being always entertaining W. I.. Williams, nf Hustonvllle. also rep-- I Elder sot 1)7 him For the last three fiundara he resents the John Church A Co , anl will be pleas-- i in conversation is so simple that it is aston ed to sorvo his friends. has prayed for rain an' there ain't a drop ishing so few people know about il. The H. II. tb It. J. COOK, Agents. Mljit."-rPiic- k. BKFKRK.NCES. rule is nlwajs to talk about the personal John D. Carpetiter, Huitonvllle; J. M, Elmore, A man in Albany, New York, fell asleep A neat proposal of marriage was made interests of the one you are talking with. Stantord, James Beasley, Stanford, J, M, Philips, Stanford; A. it. Peanv, Stanford; Mrs. Fannie by a Yonkers man the other night, who He will save you the trouble of saying in an oyen and was baked for 10 hours. As Farra, Lancaster; Orn W J. Lanlr-im- , Lancaster; said: "Now, my dear, you sar you hsve much, and will leave you finally with a re- be has never lived in St. Louis in tho eurn-ni- er bandidge, Juoitlon City; W. M. Payne, Chart Ian-rioOffice on l.ancaatr street, next door to ornce. Uthco Hours from 8 to U x Prrachersville; Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, tituuord time the effect was fatal, your name, why not put it in markably good opinion of your powers as Chicago $50,000 in Journal u, and t to 3 r. m. Anesthetics administered whsr Mrs. Mrggid liolmer, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal-iNews. 133 lyr Lanctster. Yonkers Statesman, mint?'1 13 tn entertainer, nccossa:), The yield ol minerals in this country is increasing at a surprisingly rapid rate. The increase for 18SG oyer 1SS5 was in round numbers $37,000,000. Ol this vast incre.ise the yield and ndvancod valuation of pig 000,000. Iron alone mads n item of Tho value of gold produced In lbSto was SJo.OOO.OOO, on increase of J3.O0O.O0O oyer the previous year. The annual production of silyer is now $51,000,000 a year, or nearly a dollar for every man, woman and child In the United States. Ojr National mineral wealth is great, and is increasing at an unprecedented rate The above in teresting facts were found in an exchange without credit. io bare-heade- Tar Heel Squirrels, A firmer named Corner, of Roane county, West Virginia, his invented a new plan to catch fquirrels, which has proven a great succesJ. He has a large corn field which borderoon the woods and which the equir-rtl- s have almost devastated duriog tho past season. Having hit upon a plan, he firt watched the animals and found that when they had made a raid and retired they retreated to the woods almost invariably along one particular line of fence. Having learned ih s fac, Corner covered the lop rails of that line of fence with tar, putting on a heavy coat. Tnis he did in the even ing and in the morning when he went to (he field he saw a long line of tqulrrels running along the fence toward the woods. They succeeded in clearing the fence, but when they struck the woods the leaves and sticks stuck to tbeir feet so badly that they cou'd not climb the trees nor run very far even on the leaves, The first capture amounted to 27 squirrels, and within a week Corner had captured and killed over 100 fquirrels by bis unique device. Christian Advo cate "Oo, I wish I were dead. I never eup. poed John would talk lo me in thai way." Omaha Dame -- "Ii's only a lover's quarrel Don't get a divorce." "Divorce! Horrors ! I neyer dreamed of it." "No, it's no use, deai; no use al all. Eery lady in Caici-gwill tell you it is just as hard to get along with one man as another. They are all aliktl"-0m- aha Bride. o lo A'liNllill, lllautii, .IlL'lliplliH, Mo3i(j;onierj, lit (lie ltock, Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS f tBPIOS d two-third- k e. ,'! Srott county will vote September 21th has returned from Garrard. Mrs. Mollie J, L. subscribe $100,000 to tbe Frankfort, Golden is visiting at Rowland. Whitehead, editor of Salmagundi, Williams Georgetown and Paris railroad. Isaac H. Vincent, the defaulting Stalo burg, is with his friends here. Thomas August 23. 1887 Stanford, Ky Treasurer of Alabama, has been sentenced McClure is ytry low with flux. A pastengcr on tho K. C. road a few to ten yearn' imprisonment in the penitentiary. evenings since stepped off the train at W. P. WALTON. Dr N. A. Archer, Professor of Hy- Lingford and attempting to get aboard af giene in the University of Pennsylvania, ter the train hid started lost his bilance NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS was drowned while bathing at Atlantic and fell with bis foot under the truck of The official returns from 101 counties the rear coach The wheels passed over majority in fnvor of culling b pension pvmenl9 'or 'his month City, N. J., 8unday. The fhow Frank Lightfoot, living in Marion his toes mashing them and tne front porconvention o( 23,403 01 the will take $10,000,000. miles from Mari- tion of his foot badly. He was taken to N Matson A Co , one of the oldest jew- county, Indiana, eighteen U78.30S rfciMered votes, 1C2557 voted in misLivingston and a physician sent for. Had Lincoln county l,Stl elry firms in Chicago, has failed for $140,- - on, shot and killed his aged mother, tbe affirmative In taking her for a burglar. he remained in the coach where pasengera pereons voted for, 142 against and 272 did 000. Charles Rodgers attempted to rob the are supposed to stay he would no doubt be The Taylor county bond compromise not vole of thp 2.S90 entitled to vote for was not efiected af er all and the eale will postoflice at Black Lick, Ph., and was shot sound and whole Instead of being laid up a the quesrepreentalive. Two years hence and perhaps fatally wounded by Aloizi cripple. tion will be voted on again anJ if a major- go on. The White 8ulphur Springs, West Va , Kelley, the son of the postmaster. II. C. Broiitfhton obtained a judgment ity then vole in favor of a convention it Some of the fellows who released Sena- against O. W Figlr, of Pine Hill, for $70 will bs sold under decree of court Saptem will be the du y of tbe leUlature elected tor Riddleberger from j ill have been indict- and cost", Te cae grew out of Fagin's at that time to name the time of holdinc ber 15 h. ed by the grand jury and will want someBink has been having sold out a stock cf goods to Iirou.h-toA $50,000 Nitional it and the manner of checning delegates to to commence business at WaKee-ne- y, body to release them from imprisonment under an agreement that Fsgtn would it. Tbe old horse who framed the laat before they get through. Kansas. not a jain enter the goods bipinesa at that gifeguard around ,ontitution threw every Jerry White, a negro, who had brutal pluce. Fitgin afterwards opened up a store Prof. Spencer F. Bilrd. of the United it to prevent hasty and unconsidered Commission, died at Woodhall, ly assaulted Mrs Hoffman, an aged lady, there, hence the suit. Fallen Franolrco State Fish changes. near Valentine, Neb., was taken from the was indicted on a charge of illegal voting. Friday. is announced a, a Ms, Green R. Kblleb The town of Cora pton, Wolfe county, jail at that place by a mob, Sunday mornMr, F. says he has lived In the county since candidate for Assistant Clerk of the Houte suffered an $S,000 fire. The hotel and sev- ing and hung to a telecraph pole. 1S53 and knows no reason for the Indictof Representatives. No better or truer mm eral stores were burned. In New York City Mrs. Melvina ment except thai he voted the democratic Eminently qualified lives in the Siate. EJward H Davis, of Cincinnati, fell Payne, aged 70 years, and her daughter, ticket. His reasons for this supposition Is for the position by education and experi- from a four-storwindow of B timer's Ho- aged 35 took laudanum, severed tbe veins that an IS year old boy voted the rrpubli ence, a sound and unswerving democrat, he tel, Louisville, and was killed. in their arms and died. They left note can ticket nt the same lime that his vote majorishould be e!e:ted by an "old-tim- e One woman was killed, one man fa- stating that they were both insane, dreaded was cast and that the same was reported to Co vington Commonwealth. Right, ty." tally injured and twelve girls hurt in an the mad houeand therefore died, the grand jury and no indictment found. indeed, you are. There are few better or elevator accident in New York. A peculiar liquor law is in force in Several of tho hoys are remembered by the more deserving men in Kentucky than A negro at Youngstown, O , arrested Rockdale county, Ga. Oaly one person in late grand jury for in fact Green Keller and we hope he will Bet for rape on a white girl and threatened with the county is allowed to sell liquor. He is few escaped. Willetle Vowells, the 11 there. appointed by the grand jury to sell for year old boy who was acquitted at his ex lynching, died from absolute fright. SxnAXfic as it may seem the people of Knott pardoned George Peel, of medicinal purposes and cannot keep more amining trial for killing Willie Livesay, Gov. Somerset have endured a republican post- Jeuamine, who was sent to the psnitentii-r- y than 10 gallons of spirits at one time. and indicted nt this court, wa tried Fiiday Congressman Lovering, of Massachu- and acquitted. He returns to his school master two years and elx months after the three years for killing John Diugherty. setts, says the democrats of that State are at Gethsemine, from whence he camo last people voted to give the offices to the djm-ocra- ts. The fellow who claimed to be Cleve The encumbent htving been elec- land's substitute in the army died at the confident of electing their candidate for Thursday, when it was known he was warnted teller of the People's Bink will resign Soldiers' Home at Bith, Njw York, Sat- governor. He does not think the labor ed. Geoigs Tnonip'on, of Kist Bernstadl, and a lively scramble for hiu place has al urday. party in that State is so threateuingtodem was brought down Saturday and tried on A total eclipse of tbe sun Thursday ocrats as it has been. Tbey are not well an old pistol cae and acquitted. ready begun. Will C. Davis and V? B. Judge J Hawkins, both formerly of this county, are was visible over a belt about 150 miles wide organized G. Carter presided Monday during the abJay Gould has closed a contract with sence of Judge Morrow, also .SitunUv in the contest and bo is C. W. Richardson from Berlin eist to Jspin and out into the Pacific. responsible parties to build the Mexican evemig and coim was adjourned by bitu and others. May the btei democrat win. Two boys ridiug a mule wers struck by National railway from Stltillo, Mexico, to parties wfe charged with prying ii uIf it was not for removing from jjurnal- - lighting and instantly killek near Marion, San Luis Potcai, a di'tanca of 350 miles, the papers gotten up by lht lite g j. itm one of the brightest and best meu in it, Arkansas. Tne mule, strange to say, was within 12 months from date. The opening we would make ft epeciil appeal to Gen. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. also killed. of tbe railroad will furnish a new route Buckner to make Col. E. Poik Johnson Lancaster. Wm. Byers shot and killed his father, from Texas to tho City of Mexico Assistant Secretary of State This is the Tne gallant Ossley r lls, 45 strong, Ed II. Johnson was captured in Cincin gover- on their farm 15 miles from Indiana, Pa., best paying office in the gift of the because the father insisted en him doing nati Thursday, and returned to Nashville will nttend trie inaugural cremonies at nor and were the general to search the some plowing. to servo out tbe remainder of a 21 year Frankfort next Tuesday. Stato over he could not find a so thoroughly J. W Miller report his (teach crop st He was released Lindeey Smith, found Ruilty of com term in the penitentiary. capable man or more deserving democrat of Jim Bunes, in some time ago under a good conduct law, Mt. Vernon a failure. The dry weather plicity in the murder than honeet old Polk. Jessamine, has been sentenced to 21 years passed by the Tennessee Legislature in his has killed the tree and the peacbts are ruined. This is the way the Commercial' Gazette in the penitentiary. behalf, but afierward declared unconstituMr. John Spratt's new lesidence on A gigantic whisky monopoly has been tional. puis it: In Ohio the cause of temperance A fiend incarnate at Monroeville, Ind , Lexington street is being rapidly finished. suffered great injury by extremists or- consummated, under tbe title of the "Dishas ganizing a prohibition party, rushing into tiller and.Cattle Feeders' Trust." with a incensed because his young wife had an il- John Duncan will build two or three houses legitimate baby four months after his mar-na;- e, in Yorktown for rent. There is no belter the political field and allying themselves capital of $40,000,0000 took the infant and broke its legs and investment for tbe defeat of the there in't a vacant house in O. S.jFowler, the noted phrenolProf. with the democrats republicans. If all the fools were dead ogist and lecturer, died at his home, near one arm in two places. He is now in i at the c'v Tbe piople living in (he lower part ol there would be no professional political Sharon Station, Connecticut, Tnursday, af- but be ought not to be allowed to stay there longer than the people could got him and this county along the proposed line of the ter an illness of 36 hour t. prohibitionists in Ohio. Louisville Southern, are Killing to give the A hailstorm passed over Atchison, tie t rope around his neck. The coroner's jury, after a week's eflort, Kas., Saturday afternoon. The stones Of those who bore rank as full gener- right of way if no men. Thsy want tbe fixed all the blame for tbe Chatsworth rail- measured nino and ten inches in circumfer- als in the armies of tbe Confederacy only road, they need it and are going to ha-- e it road disMter upon the foreman of the sec- ence. Much damage was done, s Joseph Johnston and Beauregard survive if it can be gotten. tion and said not a word about the culpa-- R. V. Whitlock, of Kirksville, has Of the 22 Lieutenant Generals, but 10 reIf the Louisville Southern should come bility of the company. This looks yery committed suicide by taking morphine. He main, one of them being Governor elect of to Lancaster ind Mr. Huntington get the much like the policeman arresting trie had been drinking heavily for two weeks, to Kentucky. Of the 100 Major Generals 55 privilege of running his trains over it to smallest boy in the fight, or of making a which fact the act is attributed. are dead, and not 200 of the 4S0 Brigadier IHiisville, this wonld be a great trunk line calspaw of an humble and perhaps innoIt from Newport News to San Francisco A mob attempted to get the uxorcide Generals are now among the living. cent subaltern. Rjnsdell from jail at HaVrodeburg to hang is not at all improbable that this would be The President's iuvitation to visit AtThe re election of Col. John B. Cietle-ma- n him, but being prevented it withdrew and lanta is made of four leaves of Georgia done Adjutant Roger Williams, of Lexing to the command of the Louisyille the prisoner was spirited off to Lexington. gold, about tho s'z) of a duodecimo hook, Mr. Wilson, ton, was in the city Friday. tribute to as thorLegion was a disirved Mr. Joseph Miller, Commis'ioner of bound with clasps of Georgia silver and ol the Ojuwr Jvuniul and LouNviHe -- iinm, a gentleman and as capable on officer Internal Rsvenue, is sericmly ill ough with each clasp set with a Georgia diamond. was in town Friday looking after the inter aa ever wore uniform. We hope Gsn. -- right's disease an J fears are hid that he Tne invitation is inclosed in a box inlaid in the selec will not recover. He is at Warm Springs, with sixty eight samples of Georgia wood est o' his papers. Miss Mary Kay is visitBuckner will be as fortunate ing in tbe Bright neighborhood. Mrs. tion of an adjutant gexeral as was Gover Va. which is imbedded in a block cf Georgia It is confirmed that the schooner Sea marble of every shade from black to while. John Gill is ill of malarial fevtr. Simue' nor Knotty B. Harris, Jr. and Mr. Max Griffin are do bird, which left Port Town'end, W. T a Wmrr, the Wiltard Hotel lottery man, year ago for the North, was taken by Indiing Dripping Springs for a few weeks. Mr. UJ, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, who wrb paralyzed the other day, sets ans and burned and the entire crew massa William Cartright has been appointed Court adjourned Saturday, mighty little sympathy from the newepa cred. agint of the Singer Sewing Machine Com be Three hundred and four indictments pers and public. They eay he ought to Hugh Brooks, alias Maxwell, tbe murpany rere in the plsce of Mr Peyton par in the penitentiary for perpetrating a huge derer of Preller, has been received into the were found. rott. The Niagara excursion will catch some swindle, to die at the end of a rope at the Catholic Cnurch in St. Louie. He evident If we wanl the Louisville Southern completion of his term for the murder of ly believes at last that he is going to be passengers from this place. railroad to come to Linca'f r why wou'dn't hung. The Rjv. Carmichael preached to good it b a good thing to make an eflirt to get his clerk, Stockton. A couple of Virginia lovers fought audiences at the Christian church Saturday it? It s only 12 miles from Lancaster to conBili. Shaw, a Tennesiee the terminus of the little branch road that soul. He over their mutual sweetheart and tbe one evening and Sunday. tractor, was a tender-hearteWiley Mulllns says in his ten years runs to the C s (tCim Harrodsburg The rifling letters of their valua fiat got whipped sneaked off and procur didn't mind ing a club, waylaid his adversary and killexperience in brick making, his kiln her grade is easy nnd there is no trouble to ble contents but he did mind discovery and ed him. is the best he ever made. bridgs the river (Diz) It is tie road we when the officer went to arrest him he Rev. Richard Hunt, colored preacher, Some wicked boy started tbe report need and would be a great help to our knife, stuck it into h drew his pocket near Nashville, Tennessee, stole a cow and that tbe g. j. had indicted a mule, nn town, as we would then have competing jugular and died in a few minutes. sold it to pay the expenses of a religious re Skaggs Creek, for kickiog a bog. lines to Louisville and Cincinnati, and be A number of our citizens have the in close communication with Cnicago via The Cincinnati Commercial' Gazette says vival. He was arrested in the midst of his there is no daily and only one weekly re- work of soul saving. western fever. Saveral are going to Illin the L. C AN. A. road. There is no doubt The United ,Labor Convention at Sy ra ois. Some of them will return later with but that the managers of the Ljuisville publican psperin Kentucky, evidently referring to tbe one in Louisville. What's case, New York, adopted the platform on chills and fever. Southern want to come lieie with the road, the matter with tbe weeklies at Danville, which Henry George made his cinyass for T. D Mullins has chares of the school and they will dnsoif they receive projer London, Winchester and Ashland and the mayor of N.w York City and nominated in Mullina' district in tbe eastern part if encouragf ment. What sy you, fellow citihim for Secretary of State. daily at Maysville, do you reckoc? this county and all of bis 30 pupils with zens, sbnll we sit still nnd lore it or slirour celvrs and have ii? Assistant Surgeon Crawford, of the U. one exception are named Mullins. of a very bad Indiana is in the middle S. Navr, was convicted in the Washington Capt. A. H. Evans' horse ran away UULINAHY NIC NACS. fix. She has not a cent in her treasury and under the Elmunda law, of with bim Saturday evening, and throwing available will be received before Police Covrt, FuuTEns.-Ue- at no cash criminal intimacy with Eya White and him against a gate poet broke his collar hnlf a pint of mill:, two eggs light, with n ono of salt December. Mesnwhile $200,000 will be reSentenced to one year in jail. bone, dislocated his shoulder and otherwise nnd two cups of Hour. Boat hard nnd quired to run the government. We believe drop n spoonful at n tlmo In boiling lnrd Tarlton Steele, who killed a woman, injured him that the republicans have for the most part carried her body to the w oods, silurated it Through aa oversight of tbe printer or sufficient to cover thorn. Serve with nuiplo syrup. bld sway in that Stale. with coal oil and then set it afire, has been ourselves in last pirer, two of that six- As o K)! u gcnorul rulo as can bo folnew-esentenced to death at Montgomery, Ala. It footed ohickeu's feet were not located. At lowed in canning small fruits Is to tako "Minsif. May," Col. Will 8. Hays' of a iwund of sugar to a pound of song, has been received. We suppose it would be hard to imagine how a jury could the middle joint of each wing wai found a onc-thlfruit, and with about a of wutor foot. is like all his musical productions, good, have done less for him, (i pound of sugar mako u syrup and to is made in the skim it well. can't tell one note from another. Jake Peltijohn, who wbb sentenced to be Blackberry wine that Thon add tho fruit, boll hut we Bt the way, his "Old Fashioned Roses are han.ed 30 years ago for tbe killing of Clay- country and sold by the raiker has hereto- about ten minutes, nnd can. Ono pint of cronm London CAitAaicLs. Sweetest" "has reached a sale of 28,000 cop- ton Vaughan, in Georgia, but escaped, is fore been permitted, but the last grand to throo pounds of sugar, or In proportion under arrest in Indian Territory and will jury found 20 indictments against parties to that amount; boll together to a high deies. gree, then add flavoring to suit, l'our out Gov. Knott, who be returned and have his neck broken, if who made and sold it One week from the governor does not interfere. Mr. Josiah W. Neebltt, having renounc- tho mlxturo upon flat dishes to cool, and has made an excellent executive, will step when sot, cut Into blocks with a knlfo dip-po-d The steamer City of Montreal, belong ed his allegiance to Victoria, Queen of in cold water. down and out to give place to Gov. BuckLine, burned to tbe wa- Great Britain and Empress of India, reing to tbe Inman CnLitity Bxrcr;. Uoll a head of colory ner. Billy Bradley will not bs on hand. ter's edge on the 11th, when five days out ceived from the court his naturalization until qulto tender, then put It through a He has no business there. from New York. There were 420 passen- pipers Saturday and is cow a full fledged siovo, put tho yolk of nn cpg in a basin, and boat It well with tho atrulnod Julcu of The candidates for governor of Ohio gers, but all save 13 were rescued. Tbe citizen of this great and glorious country. a lomon. mid tho celery, nnd n couplo of out o! their relig- fire originated in cannot make anr capital the after manihold, which Misses Hattieand Lfzzle Fishback, of spoonfuls of tho liquor In which tho turkey Metho-dUt- s, ious affiliations. All of them are was stored with cotton. Danville, are visiting the family of their was boiled; snlt nnd poppor to tasto. A good wny to coolc turnips Is this: but none are suflaring from a supera-bundan- . Gov. Knott will go to Louisville to cousin, N. M. Shumate, near Brodhead Molt three Mblcspoonfuls of biiltor In i of religion. practice law: Jim McKenzie will return to W. E. 8engleton,Jof Louisville, and J. W suueovan, add one small inlncod onion nnd THEOweneboro Messcnycr is continuing his Christian county farm and raise more Graham, route agent of the Adams Expres ono quart chopped turnip; stir until brown, r. great tobacco and wheat to the acre than any of Comnanv. from Evansville. are here taking thon add one largo tcaspoonful salt, one to add to its right to be called a sugar, ono tablespoon fill teaspoonful A $50,000 damage suit was filed his neighbors and Col. McCarty, as a duck depositions in a care Mr. 8. has against that flour, n poppor und stir two Stanminutes. Add n cupful milk nnd slmiao against it last week by a juor wnom u ac return to water, will buy him a newspaper. company. Miss'. ZulaJ Williams, of "Oivensboro Me'senger. ford, ia visiting friends here. Andy Baker iweiuv iniuuia. in u covsrau cased of perjury. Simi-SBteM- fi Interior JoarnRi - York that Col. to sever his connection with the New York World nnd will assume the editorial management of James Gordon Bsnnett's Naw York Herald It is also stated that Henry Watterson, Will T. Price and others intend at an early day to start a labor paper in that city. NeWjJ comes from New John A. Cockerill has decided to WALSH, THE TAILOR, ana loium avenvk. -L -t- LOUISVILLE, P. S.-F- INE K GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN nRIGIIT, JR. DR. S. Q. HOOKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, SlICCESNOItN TO IV. II. HlMUINN.i COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. We', will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most nopular zid In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place the OLIVER CHILL FLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservos to be. Ask your neighbor in referenco to its supsriority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. Ia the PUMPS' line we know tho BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All wo ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. V. It. Sit KI.M:Y. NiilPHiuitu. card-playi- EXJIT JARS J&.T T-v- T. FL WALTON'S 0-IS- rS B IF'IRTTICT ja -T- jt m SCYTHES & SNATHS - y J .1 ,: - T. R. WALTON'S. BACON - W ANTED 3T - V Star-rout- e d T. R. JOB F. WATEBB. WALTON f JOHN 1'. DAVIB WATERS & DAVIS, -- DoalorB In- e, tcu-spoo- MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. STANFORD. KY Our stock is comprehensive and brand new andp rices suit oven the closest of close buyers. Come to see us early and often. nl d m DB-L- xL 1W vaun, ouic- y, PHARMACIST, Drugs, Books, Stationery and ( hanov rc cies. l'bTltln' rrwlp""1" Mcutly Alto compounded S( SwJS S&.4Z? ZJOArt!H. JEWELER. The Et LoTgeBt Stook of bought to Mlrrd on t ($S4i-J-Olooks news-pape- Watches, Jewelry and Silverware v iXJif Jv?jr aais-iou- uv lmjrt.t ftltw Uwor ihort notice nd Wrrutl. than CffiU .fe s--ji- m?fssSJm' T-- " ' Itt'--SJ rrsf 7 nwuimwiiumwwwiiiimiiwiii Semi-WlceknttnDrou- (1 H. CAliPENTKlii 8 tixeaforJ, X, Menefte. Ive ("Ttn I AM ollei! in.' tho I'.iy 1890 now nnil anil U. ver, Stanford, Ky E. O. WALTON, August 23, 1887 receiving no iv noodrfilulr fjr (till winter. Allofttie ery beat tiratuia man, Kalian anil French make?. - UualnoBB MftnngBr. Kupiry. Ger- H. Z. A ft. LOCAL Mali iraln going ' IIMt CAHU. IW btpirM train" .12 Hiutn .131 a, 45 . ... rkiuui " Norh 1MA.M roea-ov- o li calculated uu standard tlm. dalr In iljut 20 inlnutns tastur 1 Nort- h- A Ntw bridge acrom thp raxing St Asaph M the foot of LtnctaliT atreet Ik r. M. nmutiK tlit iiotublfl improvement of the p.m. Uat fewi'ny. A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains If re llowlanj at J and 7.20 a. tatumiug, trlreat Cand B.Mr. LOCALMOTICES. ALL of the miner in the coal region nt nreat her have rome out of their hole in order to enforce n demand for .'! cent a buahel. They have been getting '2 m, chard. Tne gentlemen -- and the lady R. Penny. IS E Br ji of Penny A McAliater limine Til diitolTrd, the nccnmila are ready for acltln A UEl'jliT couiei from P len a Viata, (i r ment. Come nt once and aeltle. You uiay rard county, that a nero attempted to rape a?e ccet. a Misi Johnaon there Hiturdny nignt, a PERSONAL. she wia returning from church with her Miis. Will C. Wiikhhitt i viaitini; Utile brother, and that the people were up in arms recoiled on lynching if the villtin friend in Richmond Man. Faknik Dunn ha ijone to UmiI i caught. fctdrTlllt' ll) lil if aiivir. Tilt: Building and Loan Aocition haa Mli Kllk.s Wr.Aiir.v in v. a tint' Mr. 51,000 to lend at ft pir cent. Shareholders J ii Johnaton, at Lanctattr. who wiah to borrow have firal ohoice arid Hkhuskt IIommtl, of DanTllle, U marl uitke r,!ular applictlin.i to the scllint; Rood lor d L I'jxfer ACj Application fjr outaiders alao joHrri'MA.V ha arrired and Miw. E liciud. Itfordir of (he iioml. A. A. faktn chrt:e aa Matron at Hie College Warren, Sjc'y- Min Vkihiie Pviiic, of Van Huren ( loon. - Oj hi first trip to the mountains trkanaa. i vUititiL' Mr (iiure II Drncn Mil Relmicn Williams hsa been re in the inlrrtat nf the .Stanford Roller Mill, ttored to the petition liat with nn increase. Agent J. W. Riut sold 30,000 pound of -- MlM Zn Kuri.KV, of Hjyle ha been tlur Tne product of thee mills lias pruo at oner into ftvor and they are not the K'ietof Miaae Mind and Minnie Rup ah'e to kee t up with their order though Nannie running day and night Miw. M I) Klmuhi and Mi Mrr have cone on it viaii to Cuipballa- The MiywooiLAuMleur Club gave an Title Minsk's J H.andJ. 8. Hook nu, of entertainment for the bjocfit of Miywood Chtpel Kiturday Iat, wl.ioh is highly comCourier-Journal- . Stanford, are at the Alexander. plimented by thosa who attended. M'ses Mil. H A L.ACKLY. of Uillatin, Tenn, N.pisr, Jennie Murphr, Mary ollen, Tiiltini; hi pwen'A, Mr. and M'. W. M. Curt Kirk p.trick nnd little Maggie Minin I rkey. took pari ind a( lilted themtelve .j lite Mih Mamih HnVANT, of Clifton creditably. Forge, Va., i viailint: htr old rchoolmate, RtDl'cTlON. Supt. J C King write' us MiaaKlltn lMlon. that beginning with yesterday board has Mim HrsiK Emu.kmas, of the JJrisht hren reduced at Crab Orchard Springs to neighborhood, M apvndini: a few day with $10 per week or $- - per day for the reat of MIm HtT Pennirton giving all an opportunity to the aeaaon, The Mirr-- Saauki bare leaned iniila take in the governor's ball, which occurs t.ooa to their frienda to mret MIm Kigland next Friday night, and enjoy the mot deat the home of Mr LuKianks tonight. lightful ptrt of the season at a very low Mih-manda Alimud, of Kianford, rate. alter ded the Fair hop at Liwrenceburc and The contractors of the new school build -wore cream nun'a Telling, blue velvet, in;, Means. Raney A Allen, have completed Courier Journal R port -- Miit. Hr.Lr.M I). Tiiuuman and eona, it and turned the keys over to the trustees. James and Charlie, of Vallika, I wa, are The location is a fine one and the bouse is is of brick, 54x32 here on a viait to her eon John and the quite an ornament. It feel, '20 feet high, haa four Kb!e', four a family of Mr. 6 6. Myera. and a belfrr. Tne workmanship i W N llALlirMAN. the hirfh prieat of first clars and the contrac'ors hare tilled the Courtir Journal, and V T. Grant, prea-ide- al , the spacificationi in every retpect. Their of the Crab Orchard Spring. Cauipa-uycontract calls for J'J.100, the desks for 100 ptaed down In Loutaville yeaterday. cost i'22 '), the eight acrei of lind Mk. A. II Mc Kinney, of Lynnville, pupila $1,000, well and pump $150 an J other miIllinoln, i on a viait to hia mothei, Mra. R nor items run the total cost to about $1, B McKlnney, after an absence of ii yeara. 600. The three years' tax of 20 cents on He aaya the drouth lini injured crop) worrc the $100 doe not pay the amount and an with iiim than here. additional sum will have to be levied many frienda of Judge W. Al1 aec-retuO-Ipin-acle- Tur. beat reaily tuned pitlnlH cad at A. K. Kenny'. Abk your Krocer for the Cincinnati Kloi'EI) John McClure and Mi L'z Coa crackers nnd cakea, W ATCiirn anil Jewelry repaired on utior lie Hunter look the train here for Louisaotlre and wnrruntvd by A. H. Penny. ville Hundny night, where ihev were to be A OOMI'M.TK Block of jewelry, iiitiwt married 1$ ith ptrlie are from Crab Or A. tyle, llockford watchei a KK.cinlty. i IU-tin- Pay J. Y Vanaradall your account be fore the "5'h of this month and you will iMVelntn trouble and coil. The unpaid are to be onea go into the hind' ol an ofli:er on the b, for cerinin. -" at Lonv Branch are lod the ol I llin-nbrought homo at once, where loving sisters trousa.-- and ffaiai mid eubali-tut- ed and brothers did all in th"ir power to re thin, gauz raiment of the most ex store her. At last the fe'er left her, but a qtilsite patterns and which show their pretmore fatal malaiy had taken ita place ty form to pjrftctlon For aioea they cooiuaiption, in its mo4 rapid form, and it wear heavy embroidered white c oth with was not long in doin. ila fital work. When bhek silk top. Oiegir sen bulling at told tiiat death was inevitable, she express- the Went Eid a few day wore black silk close fitting trouer and waist, yellow ed relief and seemed anxious fjr the . for she had made that prepiration stocking and wnite 8ne did not go years before that she found so comforting In the ourf at all,hu reclined quietlv on in the hour of duilh. Her only concern the baach. 'ill'iivnu the breaker, to cveea seemeil for her abeat sister and brother, her prettv form, all uncooar'Kiii of the atwhom ebe longed to take by the hand be- tention wnich she wa attracting fore croiting the dark river. Mis Ella O iv. Manin, of Kinaa, sanl, May 10th, graduated at Himllton College in 1882, in 1S87: "Tne saloon ha been bioishfd from a class of 17 and her schoolmate, with the Stale and eacn month reduces the num whom she was a great favorite, will learn bar of tno-- e who wonld by iheir vote inof her death with genuine sorrow. A love- vite it hack. Tdb good result following ly, christian girl ha besn cut down in tbe the abolition of the aloon in Kansas are admonishiug u of now bloom of youth, thn nhnusi universally recognized and I the uncertainty of life and the need of imi- do not believe that, out of n voting populatating her examp'e by preparing for the in- tion of 275,000 there could be 0 found her pure evitable end. M ty her death mm who would reinaiate it." left belife result in good to all she ha The trunk of an immense oak ha joat hind and may her brothers, eisterj and been recovered from the mud in the Raone frieni. find sweet c insolation in the knowledge He doeth hII thing well. Offing rier. The length ws 101 i feel, clrcun ference at iho surface 29-- feel and el,.til to the severe il'ncs of her sister. Miss E no funeral serin in waa preachcJ, but 121 000 lb. The Irte waa 100 to 150 veais at the grave in B iffilo Bprinx Cemetery, a of ae. large concoure nf friends listened to touch'On, I'm rnzy to net to tbe seahori!' ing prayers by Elders Billou and Gib'on. eaid the Cb cigo maiden who didiA know an ocean from a hydrant, ' ll must be RELIGIOUS. di-C- eiZ'd her. Her brother, Masterson ' The girl who bathe Peyton, was dlspa'chid for and rhe wsal a sight They have mw.w, w bay WM&l 219 to 227 W. Jefferson, 220 W. Market, Those who like lo save money should not iail to give us a trial. Truly the wonder of this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. ao auni-moi- l', hn-a- to CO b) ' lie 76-00- C o thl 8 C0 u c K H lovely sitting under the be'C trees listening to the roar of tbe waves " The Young Men's Christian Association in the world number .1,511. Rev J. R. Jatnea haa receivsd a call HIV, ItTlM1!'..lTh. from the Biptist church at Paris. Daniel Curry, an eminent Methodist FARM FOR SALE! preacher, died in New York City last week, Rjv. Thomas fj. Keen, for 23 yeeN I oiler for aale my farm ofl 10 a croon the t'tke and oa l)x I'.lver. UooJ dwell Dg p.ri'or at Hopkinsville, died at Evansville, Lan-ent- o bd 2d 0 c aged 72 E'khorn Biptit Association, which metal Versail'ei last week, reported 2 012 members, an increase of 1GS during the yeir. The whole number of churchra in the I'.iitixl States is 1J2IJ0; the whole number of ministers. 91,911; and o' communicants 19.01S 977. Rv. Gilbert Gordun, who has just died at Orlrndo, Fla , at the age of 80, was for 30 year the leading Presbyterian minister of Louisville One of the publisher ot Webster's dictionary, Cnnrles Merriam, who recently died at Springliald, Massachusetts, left $50- 000 to charitable objects. Sunday's Courur Journal contains a picture of Rav. Joe Munday with a sketch of hia life. He is now preaching at Rich mond and creating somewhat of a sensation. It is said that Brother Barnca at the special request of Gov. Knott ha deferred his meeting at Olympia Springs in order to hold one at Morehead. The governor remembers the excellent result that followed the good evangelist's meeting in Breathitt and hope for a like return in Rowan. Tbe new church at Woodbine is a large commodious one, neat and tasty, and it speaks for thn enterpri'e and liberality of tbe citizma of that place. It waa dedica-te- d free of debt and strange to relate no collection wa taken up a is usually the cae on such occasion. Tnis is the third church built in that village in a short time and they are now calling for n school. One gentleman otlers to lake $2,000 stock in a college to he located there. -- TWilliamaburg Times. The LAND. STOCK AND CROP houio. well watered, well luiprortU, haa gout Orchard ami Is desirable eenc rally . Call, examine and ki terma. ALEX. HO 1.T.V.ltl M Stanford, Ky. H a '' l- HOOT AND SHOE SHOP 1 ! moved tuv ui t' li itnre-roorwiit-l- y by Alx (. Alloril, uj.iHitlte the Tort-ma- n Houh and am prpard to do all ItlnJa of work In Making and ilepalring of Bo ots and .'lioa. All work ffiiiranft il hiiUif.V.n.l ,1.w...nai.i.. . U. Olve me a call. It. A It V. vadU-- In till aupiissir. 5IEKCIIANT TAILOR -- Tilt: NO. l KKSTAIMMNT I have recMvod and stu) NEW ENGLISH KITCHEN, GEO. W. HINESLEY, Prop.. 408 JEFFERSON ST., LOUISVILLE. We will be better rrrnarrd than r in arrom. modate vliltori to tbe exposition this year. Ratei very reasonable and everything new and dean. Opanday and night. Elegantly furnlihed rooina. Location In the heart ot the city. t 2J6-4- !New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising tbe best in tbe market, which will be Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Uono in City or Country Gi .tie a Trial. WALLACE&COCHRAN, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., WEAREN & iENEFEE 1 THE GENTS' FURNISHERS AM) Aiil'.STS t'Olt Till: INDIANAPOLIS LAUNDRY. THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, COII. !!XD .t JEFFKKSO. STS , LOUISVILLE, The J. corn in thi count? will be (jlnil to learn that he in diily on the rod to complete covery of hia health ar.il atrength. The Jude ia one of the bel lawyers in the Stale and a gentleunn of the bigheat order of integrity and honor, and we sincerely hope thai hia reovery any be complete. -- Williamsburg Timea, We have received from Miaa Mary J Curtis a letter in which she denies that sho cauaed the aepiration of Jacob B Jell and wife or that aho haa ever been guilty of Mormanic practices with him She worked for him 13 years, most of the time in Michigan where bis family live and during his illnca. the good people of Wayne'butg will testify that she did all LOCAlTitATTEksr in her power for him, She did not come to OuVKli Cnilled Plows and extrna nt Stanford to lake possession of hia liou'e, but came only after being a second time HockerA Hrighi'a. riowly sent for by the doctors Seyeral families Joe Hayukn'h iron front goes up lived in the hou-- e with Mr. Buell while at but aurely, we Waynesburg and she defies any one of them The Public Bchool will open in the new to rtate that they ever saw anything in her building next Monday, 29.h, U. L Pennr, unbecoming a lady. We are always ready -- ' and willing to give both sides of a story. teacher. Denies if It. 150 bushels ol wniie seed rye for sale hoi. The Uoveruur'e liaii i Crab Orchard, MARRIAOES. Friday night, will be the grandest event of Mr John rlounchel, a widower, and a very gay season. Krerybody ought to atMrs. E in J. Fletcher were marriel at tend. R'charda' School House last night. A NICE little shower fell yesterday, but Miss Walton Henderson, daughter of there haa ben no good rain since June lit. dry enough to burn at R'v. II A.M.Henderson, was married a The grass fislda ate few days ago to Albert Crutcher, a promithe touch of a match. Paris nent lawyer of Los Angelos, Cal. Ibt. Five red hcgi that weighed 1,000 News last week; r.ot marked. Any information DEATHS, as to where they are will be thankfully reJoseph Baugb, an old and highly resceived and paid for. W. F. Ramiey. pected citizsn of Highland, died Saturday Gave Bond. V. M. Cornell, who has of heirt dissaw, azed 70 years. He leaves been confined in j nl here for a wife nnd fire children, all thrown, and a for murder committed in Perry caunty, gooJ name made by 60 years' member'hip gave bond Biturday and was releaaeJ. He in the Methodist church. had spent i)l days b Jailer Owens' ten- Peyton After rainy weeks of illness from disease which supped her very vitals, TittEvrs entered the carriage shop of death cune to the relief of tho tired, sutler-in- g spirit of Miss Ella P. Peyton, Friday W. K. Hobbj 8undy night and atole eight yards of fine velvet cupet. Suspicion waa morning Ut and freed it from ita emaciadirected toward Ham Guest and a warrant ted tenement of clay to soar to ita home was iiteued for him. He was accordingly with the angehi. Lsa than a year ego, lodged in jail and to day will haye hi ex- this lovely young girl, rich in health and amining trial, boujant in hope, left her home to take la mar charge of the art claag at the Tullahnma, Notice. The lit of September College, a position pa at baud, and all taxes not pMd by that day Tennessee, Normal cent, will be added. The now reven- culiarly pleating to her. Naturally gifted 0 per in thia most charming of acroaoplishmenta, ue law rniuires tbe sherltl to mike said adhe fails to do eo it gave her a chance to improve herself dition of 0 per cent, and if imparting her power to other, and it will be chanted to him in bin settlement while light-heartand the auditor, and in addition aubjectd aha went to her duties with happy. The month passed pleasantly and himself to indictment and fine of not lees ebe wit; picturing in her mind a joyous re. than $100 or more tlaa $500 in each case. every one will settle before that urn to hsr lioma anl loved ones in vaca6o I hope tion, when that dread dieea?, typhoid fe day. T. D.Newland.BherifT. m safe-keepied McRjberts, Stanford. Tbe ale of the Oovcr land and stock occur next Thursday. See ad. Mr, A. K. Denny tells us that even with no more rain he thinks hia eection of a crop. will produce The Stanford Roller Mills were pay ing 70 centa for wheat yesterday, about tbe same it was worth in Cnlcago. The fruit crop haa been cut short all all over the country and canned goods aie going to hi high next winter. of cattle were shipped Five from Carlisle last week. Those of 1,000 pounda weight brought 1 centa and under that $3 90 -- Mercury. The cotton worm baa made ita appearance in the bottoms of Arkansas and threatens the total destruction of the cotton crop, already much damaged by drouth. R C. Warren lost a fine milk cow on Sunday night. She had just had a calf and waa allowed to stand in the sun. Uncle Jimmy Warren aaya it will kill them every time. At the eale of Robert Lind Saturday hi farm waa bid to $37 and withJrawn, a mare and coll brought $135; ahoaU $G ytt head and a sow and pigs $S 60. Corn in the field sold at $1 90. William Noel baa 50 acrea of corn arhich heaold two weeks ago for $1 60 per barrel, but waa offered $2 per barrel for it the other day. Dr. S Scruggs sold to Geo Scruggs, of Indiana, two jacks and a etal Hon for S1.500. M. T. Threlkeld sold two work multa for $300. He was ofl'ered $2 a barrel for 500 barrels of corn fed out on Harroda-bur- g tbe place, but hotdi for $2.50. Democrat by Tom two-third- s car-loa- - - - KY., VAN P. LYONS, Prop. Stroot Cars pass tho Hotol far all Dopots, The Exposition, Race Courao, and all placoi of intorost. Spocial ratos to Merch&Dts nnd Commorcinl HA.TES, married to an American or other gentleman, and now known under bla name, a native ol Kiel, Holiteln, Pruiila, aald to be a resident of titan-for- d, Lincoln county, Kentucky, or her descendants, are requested to address the und esigned on account of a will and inheritance from Frledland, Mecklenburg, (lermany. 2i&-l- All of "work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. Wo can sell you as good vehicles as WHERE IS WIDOW FLIEO any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. ENEIl ? Come and see our fine assortment before it is broken. Widow Flirgrner, maiden came Krull, posaibly DAY. Mon. r?U,0( PJEIl Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Pha3tons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, See.ds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete thanf ever; behides Sash-Blind- fore, from the cheapest to the best. J. lI.OKEEW.AKt'. WEAREN & MENEPEE. HimtoiiTllle, Ky. New Orlo&nn THEOli. SCHWARTZ Louisville, Ky. ! CO., Queen and Crescent Route. (Cinoinnati and Toxas Paolflo Railway.) Shortest aud Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. REAI DOWN. No, 6. Administrator's Sale oa At Administrators ol Mrs, A. E. (lover, we will sell at ber late residence on tbe Uuitoavllle pike, 3 ratios from Stanford and 1 mile from Turne Thursday, August 25, 1887, Th following property: Three 2 5- N.l. riuiNssouru. No.3. HKAI VV. TKAlNaNOKTH. tin, 7, Daily. naiir. Ex, Hun. DMIr and mules. 1 brood Mare. 1 Jack, 1 extra family rockaway Horse, 7 55 a m 4 03 p m 9 00pm 4 Cows and Calves, 1 yearling heifer, S yearling 7 05pm 11 S3 piu e Steers, about 25 bead bogs, a Wagon, 10 50 am 1125am' 7S5pmll 61 piu Household and Kitchen Furniture. 12 21 a tu TKUMS.-- All sums of 110 and under Cash, over 1147 am 8 (Tip nil 8 tbkt amount credit ol 'JO days with 6 per cent. In- 1221 am 8 43 p ml I 05 a-- ... 59 p ml 12 33am1 in terest on negotiable note payable In bank. 12 15 am J 10 pmi i year-old , two-hors- Dallr STATIONS i Ml .'. Dally. Ex. tiaa No. 4, DallT. No. 6. No. 8. Dally. 40 am 10 a m 48 a m Dally. '. GOl'Ell, Administrators Mrs. A. J. JUL J. K. VAXAKSDALE. K Hover, 1 dee'd. plscc, consisting of Asajentsof tbe heirs ol Mrs, A. E. (lover, we wlllbellat tbe same lime aud place, tbe borne pm S5 a ui 800 a m 10 CO p ni 5 10 p m SO 2 a 9 3 53 pm 15 i ui 25 p in lltm 2 42 am,, 5 65 a in! ,.l 8 45 ami ... 3 00 p ui 8 00p in ..11 on a m ..I 6 18 a ui 11 15 6 4.' p m 10 25 a mi 6 S 47 p m 7 27 a m. 4 S 20 p ni 7 00 am' 3 2 51 pm 6 27 a mt3 Nlcliolaivillf .Itarrodaliurir Juncliun.. 2 8pm 5 47am 2P6 pin jJ32a mi 2 Danville ....Junction CI'V . ... 1 35 p m 5 20 a m 2 12 49 p in Mountain ..Kings .. L've...' lncinua'i (iciri;piorii v'rv 23a m 38 a m 28 a m Cbattinoo Kinnlnghiui Euiaw McriJiJn ....New Orltaus -- ....... .Oakdale fomrrttt 1155 i. . . 8 10 am 5 00am 10 35 t m 7 CO p m 4 30 p in 9 00 in am 9 40 p G30 10 C 110am ml, pm . 40am I. 20 a m . 45am . . 3 835pm 300 8,10 am 750 a m 70 ACRES OF LAND, Finely Improved, well Watered, good Orchard and a very desirable small plice In every particular. The dwelling Is two itory, with seven rooms, there e. is splendid barn and good Terms made known ou day ol sale. Pit J. K. Va.nAIWDALK. V. GOVEH, Agents. J .... 8 ,. fl 55 p pm 00am 111 .... 7 10p m T. P Junction Vlcinbur.. brrv,Hrl. Meridian... 655 p m mil, , It ia nothing uncommon for a lady In tho country to ride five or aix miles to let her At the same time add place, I will sell Vi head neighbors know how Ganter'a Chicken of good leediuR Cattle, 12 head irood Cotton Cholera Cure Bayed her chickens, and ad- Jlules, 10 head liork Mules and.T,0 head Sheep. J, V, 11.(1. (lOYKlt, vise them to give It to theiraalao. Sold and 2l guaranteed by McRoberte & Stagg, 253-t- No. 9 leaves OiVdale dally except dtin'liy, at 0 15 a. m., Arriving at CnilUnoi at 9.39. No. 19 leaves Chattanooga at 1,39 1', tt., arriving at Uak Ula at 7. 15 r. M. Mann Boudoir CuSel aloapln Cars on all tliroiifti trains. H. COLLBIIAN, Gen'l Frt. A Pass. Agt., JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Manager, K. KVAN, Asst. Uen'l Kit. A I'mt. Agent. U. CAUIUI1.U Uen'l fupt., W, W. WELLd, tsupertntendent, gomeriet, y. eneral Offices, 8t. Paul Building, West Fourth Htreet, Cincinnati, OHo. .. A woman in Maine, speaking of the re cent and sudden death of her husband, eaid 'Ju't before he died he eat a gallon of oys ters for a hundred dollars and cleared eighty-fdollara for hia family, hia funeaal ive only coating fifteen dollara." CEfiM OfffiolTf RICHMOND. KY. Ailvnntnirrt. Pull F.u ultv niecn Pcrnt IIimMiv .utin in tb heart of incuts of Minlv llluollru.n union l! lined ind ,titwpitiililvroiiiiniin i I. MiHlprutM frmu m.i'ii. ilijl Ni t'jin A f (i.rilii,,.d lit, n'f.jon zi; J'.ir i.full lufuri!Mtli, xrSriaioN oiks 11, l.v;. mid Ciitalngiio. iiTiytc. L H. BLANT0N.D. D., Chancellor. Ml-T- TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. - Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. cor.NTV AiMMiiNTr.KS i:ri:ivr.n I'liin: or ti'ition. Fall term begins SEPT, 14, 1007. For CATALOGUE and other information, addrcu JAMES K. PATTERSON, PH. D.. LEXINGTON. KY. ..iEIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS,- mfmmtmtZi. 9 journal mixture compose of It ran bcglu'iiln a cup of colleeor tea without ttii ktu'VWciki'ol the person taking it i Is zinc nml albumen, of tho consistency alxolutt'ly harmless and will effect a permaon Prohibition. IVatterson of paint. This is laid upon cotton orllnon nent and speed! cure, whether the patient is a nnd coagulated by hot steam, tho cloth Texss by the detent ol prohibition hag moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. thon being Immersed In a bntb of stannlo Thousands of drunkards luuo been made tarn rescued" herself Irora a err ireafperil No iterate men who hnao taken Oolden Hiccl(lo chlorldo and thon dried. Tho cloth is run In their coffee without their know ledge, and matter who la reap)nib'e for the orer between rollors whereby tho contlng belle! e they quit drinking of their own n tine luster. who composed the free will IT NKVKK TAILH. Tho system whelming majority nir once Impregnated with tho Specific It Incomes Acconni.vo to tho census of 1S0 thoro vote against tirohibi.i jr., its defeat i disan ultertnipossiiilllty for thellipior appetite to were then thirty sovoii establishments exist. Kor full particulars, address (iOI.IlKN tinctly h democratic victory The efl rt cf lu making matches In tho Unltod SPECIFIC CO., 185 Kacc St., Cincinnati, O, States, employing a capital of tg,U4,S50, the party to (trip the question of its politand turning out ft,GtV,140 worth of matchical relatiotn and convert it into a horte es. This roprosonts about sixty thousand which democrats could ride double, was h million matches. Since tho removal of tho Of nil weak conce8ion to time serving revenuo tax of ono cent on every hundred matches prices have fallen nbout ono half, the assertions and assumptions of the pa and tho e'onsutnptlon Is said to havo In. tern I theory of government Prohibuton h cronscd nearly the mojt petvaaive, and se zes upon the In tho treatment of stool for uso In tho manufacture ot wlro rope, tho bars aro rights of the individual moit violently. 0 IN MEMORIAM. rolled down nt n welding bent to wire of all srhemes of moral emancipation and re of an inch thick; this is la your last Issue we saw the noticr ol the about No form, prohibition U the tnojt illuory then cleaned in warm water acldulatod death cfl.lttlo Minnie, Infant daughter of Jatne with n littlo oil of vitriol, and, being coated man who believes in prohibition can be anil Joslc SarobrooU, ami CJtors Sambroolr. . with a pasto of ryo Hour, Is drawn through v u, . . a-lieve in self government It ii a liitmti The thought cauie to in tery forcibly, what a a iMiwaaLB m. succession of holes in a wire plate until contrast lietween the two deaths. Mttlo Minnie, cism as wild and unreasoning a voudoh-ii- i it Is reduced to tho thickness of No. U wire, Just on the threshold of Ute, filling her parents' when It Is annealed by boating itself. a from live hearts fall ol hope and gladpes, and gWln to to eight hours, nrjd thon That ihousiiids of, well meaniL:, chr a their home the tint ot tbo tuorulDg, drawn down ngalu until It cleaned nnd Is of tho tian men are deceived by it a true, atid, tu rxiislng sweetly away at early dawn. degree of fineness. Hopos with nineelope of life's Thepther going down tho western teen wires to tho strum! are moro pliabu the txteut of their delu'ion, tliey are to be away meTeuuue; jun as tue and aro generally used for hoisting ropes, Mil, pitied; bjt, tn proportion as tni-become ruMld r. rr ipiSSIUJ h i,.. i lnkln: sun wir tlnzln; the isr whilo those twelve or seven wires, Hggreive and tntolerani, must their i;" awa. hills with their ipMta Ibjht. the white- - being stttTor, with preferable for guys, ferare angelscanil and bjre his spirit Irojj us. ries nnd rigging. be resisted and tnetr idtaa exposed. robed urn Could there have been a nitre flttlnir ti m to tall v...h,h,.inn wiih H,p. ..- -., In describing the manner of obtaining ..., -v w i.UU. ...,- -, i.. l,.,.i nnd treating snnd for tho manufacture of asiet inetiost oi i iur, mi uu of a wee. will not and cannot prohibit. glass nnd for other piirKscs nn Industrial 'a finished lllo. is the parent uf five sixth of the evil in trie (Jeorge tAQihrjolc was loro April 'it, JSII, In Journnl says: It Is quarried out hko buildSPA ilWakW&W world, I believe; and if I could annibiute Oldbury, Worcestershire, EogUnd. He left his ing stone, passud through a quartz trush-or- , further reduced under luimonsi' iron to ssek his fortuuo wllbln tho drink and all otuer fjruia ol mituui.uiou, I mother country wheels, and finally ground nnd One might as bouclarlesofourown free land In 1SS0. Oa l'cb. nn endless screw. Tho washing washed in would. It is impoEsiblr. releases Ssth, 13'J, bo was mauled to Marxirst navison, well undertake to abolish tirecr water. I'm i wbostlll simo of the foreign substances, but streaks surrlTus him. Kor simetlme bftore tho only til;ct of tbe enactment of laws at war be was passenger cond ictor and head clerk ol of Iron which nro sometimes found running through tho stono nro knocked ill to Thlst powJrnTrr varies. A uiarr! olpurltj tempting it, is to tucretsi the poisou lu therecelvlngdepirtiusut of ths L. A N. K II. undergo the milling tirocoss for the Inferi strength and whoIcaotnrocM. 'Mure wonoialo lie a'so erriMl as a k'K)1 and faithful noUl', lu or quality of snnd, some of which goes into tliaa the ordtnarr ktoJs, and can not Im sola mnntifai-Cur- e drink, to multiply oulmvis aua u ronitllon with the multitude of loir trst .shora Iin-TJIAM- , Waiving me political tbe 6th Ky. Calvary throughout the whole of the mortur for specially tine nnd durubiO wall weigbt alutu or pbospbat (uwdrrs. SolJonlj to nypuency. war. In Match, HOT ho c.ime Into this section of building cans, Tho railroads uso largo quanti lloraLBaKiMii I'owdki Ce. qutftlton involved, proliibitiou is a device the State as a conductor on tho Knoxrllle branch ties of It In tho construction of rotaining-avail- s 106 Wall tiltetl, Ner Yortr It cf tho ,. ,IS, At tho completion of that road Ot tuo devil to eusuare luuoceut hjuis. for embankments. And so all grades is particularly so wito respect to women. It to Livingston, he gave up lbs railroad and settled of the and are util zed. down at this point to do and finish his Utework An Ingenious style of ondless railway of LOL'ISSCIILCCEIi, was devised and meant by eatau tu line At the time of his death hi had accauiulated a recent origin Is n jointed polygon, comthem to destruction. posed of thirteen wooden bars with roc considerable amount of wealth, sotueof whlca was It is the woman wno mo it suffers frtu Invested In 2 J9i acres of laad for coal and timber tungular bases, oncli of those being atKKIDlUMt. KKTltK. the evil onsequeaces of drink. It is Sue purposes. Hvalso owned all hut one or two notn- - tached by a hinged joint to its two neighbors. A fclwrt piece of rnd is earned bv vrhj man sit with, folded bauds wuilst iiie Inil shares of the Ltviu;stoa Coal Co 's stock. bar. and by shifting spokes tho whole is Photographs in all styles and sizos. large and well furbesides these, he owned a drinking bUsbaDd slowly s.aggers doivu u.e nished saw mill from which he furnlsbea lumber coiinccttfd to a evmmon central pinion; tho hbyed bcloro Liiu. It is she who tuuet t.i to tbe LAN nod to tho Indiana Car Works. He wheel of the vehicle to trnvol by this ar- Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and rangement lias Water Colors. tire which turns to get a living Iur he'ple's little onts, wu.le was a generous man and a kind master to thjso inside of the articulated polygon; and aa nholsb.rel under him. In 1STS, August 'ih,he tho wheel, under tho effects" Nw deslm is K.a ais an t Miti'.d rry io spends his all at w e the brutal of traction, ai received Into the Presbyterian church at this advances, the iwlygon nlso rotates. In tho rrires. t dram sbop. 1. la shf, at last, wno falls tu place on profvioa of his faith in Cbrlit and bapcomparative tcits made on smooth uetth the ciUel hiuns wtiicn drink ilIIics tism He was alterwird nude an elder tn the over which gravel wns gradually Feed, upon all, but cnief auU worst upon u.e ' church an J continued one until his death. In his spreau, it iipponr.M that, withjheavv loads, AND last Ulcus when asked It he was ready to go, he rerunning as high as live tons, this novel weak and ptor. May heaven bligtii this plied, I have settled that Ion; ugo " Scarcely an- system had a ! pen and wilder the band thai holds it n other could have been taken rota our community common car. notable advantage ovor the lit uIwiijh Imve on liuml n liiricu anil xulrH lluu of I'tiriil. they should inJlte a line or word uot in who will be missed more. Having been faithful Op recent (ire tests for building materian loar iin hikIi 1UtIdi rcnt'd th stable on tlepot strwt, I am (lire and I'lulcrtuUor'H (JimkIn. M prlicn ailll prpparol t" train and lrralc liars on rusonslle KooiIm can ho liuui;lit lu Hit' cIIIcm. (Jive 1110 a irhil and 3011 says: Six cast-iroetiact witb eynipatuy for i.er and nmrcJ over a lew thing, he Is now ruler over mauy. Of als KuiiKeriiij .! County Tourt 1I17 trade sollrlif.) , oXh hSrandMthoraud grandchild wrouglit-iroIt can well thi-0columns nnd fifteen of terms. for the arcb-liibher oppressor, and teuiii JOitS II. tV.I ltl'K. TKIt. ailll hu cuinliictMl thai I hII low or lhaii tlio Idim-nIvarious (.building materials wore tested. Stantoid, Ky oi meseiiuu ueasi woo cecomes mo nri'L- The result showed that cast-iro- n "Asleep In Jesus, blewed sleep. column best withhtoo the action cf lire and wator, fiend's agent. But the devil knows very From which none ever wAes lo wfjp " continuing to support their load oven M. M Allkn. well that prohibition do b not i rohtbit. lie when reel hot nnd already cruckiM in places, I iviDalon, Ky Aug. I9th, ISST. has the souls of the drunkards safe in Me "columns cedlnpsod whereas wronght-lro- n LONDON. KY. lock-u- p. entirely under similar conditions. The How shall he get at the soul of SCIENTIFIC MENTION. building matonnls tosted were granite, F . B. RILEY, Proprlotor. the wift? There is but one way; entice her marble, tufa, dolomitic limestone, A CLO?s obaorvcr of tho hablU of fish under the pretense of great a moral worte, paving-stone- , granite marble, various TlioroilElily It'iiaalril itml licfiir. Kowp:rt Kots & Mississippi Vails; Z: state that shoals of carp and trout seem kinds of saiidstone und ordiuury bruits. iiInIkmI tliroiiKlionl. I'Iritl.i'liiHK I'urv into polilio; arouse her emotional nature to place themselves under tho guidanco of Of all theso BY DAYLIGHT material, the concrete proved nml rnaonialilo price's, liny and uliclil into a fretzy of political excitement; lure n lender. Herring and bnsshave also beon to be seen following tho leadership of an appar- brick-wor- tho bear, and after this ordinary tnliiHitrc met by fiolllp 1'orlorHiif llil Through Ihe CANONS ol NEW RIVER and acatt thi her away from home into public organizt The concrete column tested tLLEGHANIES and the BLUE RIDGE, paitlna AHIIE 207fia. ently chosen guide. SULPHUR SPRINOS and other Summer Retorts ot ths roinnluod uninjured nf tor exposure to the Iioilllnr House. tion; make a man of her, in short, and then Glass may bo cut under water to any treatment for 14' hours. None of the nat lleghan Mountains In Virginia go for her as tbe devil goes for men, whom shape by a pair of scisaors, says a Journal ural building stones resisted tae fire ; gran FINEST SUililES CLIL'ATE IK AMSSICA. of mechanics. In tho operation tho glasa ito wns relatively tho best, then he has filled with another kind of etimu tufa. must bo hold steadily in a level position 31A1XST., Itll'IIMO.Mi. Kr lant. It is tbe same old story. Obtarsatlon Car: from Kananha Falls lo Charlottn while cutting', and It should be brought by rf HI . Breaklait to Supper) Irom April lit to Decern AMONG THE VITS. But the henest, impetuous prohibitionist gradual degreos to the form intendeJ. MAKES B. "WILLIS, Jcr 1st will eay, '"What may we do must we sit Tokemove tho dlsagreoabio yollow stain 'Ze iKoragool Tshle c ii am 1a enlisli for ONLY SOLID TRAINS lth PULLMAN CARS down helplessly and eee all this iniquity go following the uso of iodine, a journal of meffuuf" And clean aLd well furnished rooms, thl' Ilotsl . r 'M meJlcluo prescribes bisulphite of soda as ttichr-l- . bai no iUrior. (rex! ampl eyet?" Moat certainly not. an agreenblo Tun littlo ctrl who was croaa ovory on belore our LcuIstIUo, Cbclssat!, and Lexlnctss, t: IUi-l- y CO per diy and offjctlvo remedy. Tho avrltates tl Ligin the work of reform by punishing sulphite may bo applied with a pencil at niilit said that It waa becuusB her mother put Iur to lwd surlv crime, and particularly crime the olliprirg any desired dogreo of strength In wator, Fiiu:iiMEv arc queer people; they want Bring the and will speedily romovo and alleviate nuv to ho considered honoat. of drink, more systematically. I thrv nrn discomfort cceasionod by tho iodine. flale and use of intoxicants under the bitter Chemical decomposition has been pro- always liooklni; some tiling. This country sport Js annually for patont regulation of tbe law. Surround it with duced by pressuro in the experiments of , This popular enterprise is last coins to the liont medicines about twenty two million doll : 1 bo nsd a Uvt wontha before c 'nflncaicnt. all passible and needful safeguards. Incut two Belgian chemists. Under a pressure lars. No wonder wa nro a healthy pecplc. as one among the terr beat Ktlrt In tbe Hlle I rMillil Jiii jM K4 I A " J 3vnvKi 1 1 r bocL T.i MoTiicor," nuc--l fre of 0,000 atmosphoros, at a teinperaturo of uieMlnu begins HEPTKMBElt 13TII Their next cite the principles of moderation and lOleiereoa, n pulverized aeotate of copper 'TIS passing strand nnd yet 'tis truo andCOM'fNUEdl UAri. In addition to IUr-a- l lliunriiiu ham la Ton lo A'jtU. Ga. Connecti In tamt depot In Washington lor show ring premiums they otler 11,200 In trot, Thnt men who lovo to roam trust to the force of temperance and tl e anu urao was siowiy nquoiled, and on re-- I tlmj punts, liitros tTfrf daj, hotses calle-- l at I Are quite at home most any place, r. M. and surted promptly at 1 .11 over the finest BALTIIYlORE, progress of enlightenment. Don't hurt a moval of tho prossuro tho surfaco of the Kxeept when they're at homo. Tbe management half mile track in the ."tale Instrument m contact with tho salt was PHILADELPHIA, noble and beneficent cause by trying to do found coated with copper. lUiF.nu.i. is said to be the (jrent Iovolor have spared no palnaor eapuw to make tie L R F. NEW YORK. m(elln eclipse all others. Cheap rales of social condition. ISehold tho roal estate Olrcct routo to what can not be done, and rushing head- j As excellent method of tostin? tho on all the itailreads lor both man and beast. ttpa of tho street mni;iialo requoatin k'iUlii-(JriiHInrlted. LYNCHBURG, long into evils greater than those you seel; soundness of an iron plato is thus given gam in. U(iim." S..1I. IlonXK.Srri'i-titru- by a journal of industry: Sling tho plate DANVILLE, fly into too great a pas up by tho corners You to compass Ciifiiniiis in this great country Increase And all points In so that it will llo in a rate of tonadny; saloons bion to do auy real or lasting good. This is horizontal position, nni scatter n small nt tho uvera-fVIRCINIA nnd NORTH CAROLINA, 8horteat and Qulckost Kuuto from L. Notion of Amoiidniout tral Kentuclfj to all Poiuu North eminently a qaestion to be reasoned with quantltv of dry snnd evenly over tho sur- at tho rate of forty a day. What Is the face. Hy Eait, Wst nnd Southwest. sheet lightly under- moral of that! It has nono; It is very im-E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON and to becensidered from an intelligent, neath, tho tapping tho bo moral. sand will . I In of IIviwm-i- i thrown off whera scientific standpoint. A FtiiMEK siiid: "One thlnir I don't like even ever the plato Is solid, whllo In placss .So i 7 I.V HVfUT Jf.NK 5, No. I Dallr The 3tuall vote received by Judge Fox is where lamination or blister occurs tho about city folks they Lo eitlisr too atucl: I 1. lie, I, 11 up that yer can't reach 'om with a hayThe undeislgnf d amend tbe artlch of lot jr.or-atldencouraging to the friends of temperance sand will romatn ilxoJ. J1I1I Company, adoptof tho Utsnford Holler A SIMPLE IllOdO of iinlnnliif rniurntlnn stack pole, or so blame 1 friendly that they n I Throuiih llckts m,ii iiwksd ed Feb 17, 8i7, and on that day filed for riKord I.tu Ixiu'svl'Ie It shows that in Kentucky there is a sound, is given in an English journal of medicine, I lorjjot to pay their boar I. rrsclic.1 lis railrosd. m m aM) at 1.1 ilesiumiioiiparlkuiars scall on a j l xlnton . For lull u( hi p In ihoC.eik'aotllce of Lincoln county, Ky , as fol- Arr rm.i.oft upon tho midnight air be relied on us ioiiows: ino body of tbo patient is to conservative view, which can " White rulph r alliums Ii OU n'c i 10 ui companr.or joes up me cry or "cat. ' lows: H K. II. MOIllK, " CharIottarillr(V M Junct' 8 in p m It 10 a la 1). A.KKKLKV to save us trotn crtzy expedients, but which bo laid on th! lack with mouth and nosQuick followed by .1 tliutnpiui; sound is II p iu I. Tho Capital Stock ot said Cumpaoy shall bo " Itlehmoiil trils froe; two nttondants grasp Oen.I'aM. Agmit, 4 So p III Trar. I'.! Aut As bangs tho boot-jacon the ground, " NewjKrt New- OiTlmiton, Kr 0 . . p ru I hope and believe, will prove equal to under the waist and ralso tho body hands is p ui forty thousand dollars. about And, "iloi your cata, take that:" ; 00 p iu I 'H. i:. llb'.STlNliT'l.V IUH..Pf. UtslfsiMn k 11 "Old I'olnl fooibn a (if toon, then lower again dealing witelv with the question both mor two feet, count II. Tiio corporation ihsll at no tliu Incur ; i pm " Norfolk i.iinl nmri-s- . ()Tt)n,n Kt I'EiMooiitK "At what .hxo of Its thousand six hundred " Waalilrijttuii v : p iu in hlly and politically. Meanwhile, the ex the sapie length of tlmo, and rejieut the did tins Nation expariouue its Imp. debt cxieedini! twtntr la s pui process, prossmg the. elbows to tho sides m in 11 " lUltlhiurn '2.15 1ml dollars. S i 11 It whon tho body is at rest A continuation piost coudltionsl" I'upil (n recout spoo aod tlltyvi:i.cii, nmple of Texas is full of reassurance l ('(I " PhllHl-lphl(r A.I.ACKKV, two. " New York " men) "Just antedating the chostnut y. was Virginia, which under the incompsrt-l)l- e of thiit movement will generally prove H. a WITHhlW, or.i." TUOi KOiTI.lt. Henry A Wiee, rolled bxck the tide f successful. For Tli kets, Kates Inrrniai on hi apply at KiItKTU3UEIJ. Among the many ways in which contagion On, woman! Dear woman, beyond doubt 'tis Ticket oth e or mldrris true. fanaticism which bad swept may to contracted is ono vory W.V. hit Kit 4,M SI. H t I l.l.lill common, Sl'AW I'lJKU, . 'id Vlco 1'itslileut 'I It is thoujh little known, viz: through tho uso That nothing without you oould poor munklnd nlmost unresisted over tbe North. do; Pli lniii lid l. 1. s ,1 of cigars. The wrappers of cigars aro Whother muklnij the lire, or whatever your Texa, which, under the lead of the hardly K. . brought In contact with tho t'rour less brilliant and courageous Rger Q tr?quntiy lips tonguj ntid of those engagod In their The "loriU of croatlon" no better could ask. a quietus upon a movement manufacture, Mills, puts and these manufacturers, Tmu Ola uud Wyii rvuown It Is not nt all singular that 11 man should g)' lOUISVItlt MlwAlBANf I CHICACOJUjL- that, masquerading es a moralist, was aim espei tally In Cuba, hnvo tho reputation of bo Htartlod at beholding a cow's hond Flotol Still IttainiHiun it.- temg any THE INTERIOR JOURNAL ed at the heart of free government. The addition tothing but freo from disease. In thrust Into his bedroom win low at Hieh Roputar.1 'l. this it is stated that, contrary is not nocosaary that 11 man A it - Aud the Louisville cause of genuine morality and religion to tho common belief, tobacco does not de should bo n cowhord to bo a littlo exercised AHlt over such a proceeding. me J no such sacrifice as tbe surrender of stroy disease germs. LKAVINO UOTII Courier-Journ- al In an elaborate trcatlso on tho variations .any of the outposts of liberty. But, cow "You havo no Idea how much It costs to Ilf &RTlotot u Botorminoa tn. lu human staturo u scientific writer obOne year for only 8:1 two p'jwjrs (or little s it Shall be aooond to no Couutrv of an insane folly hate serves: "Tho ratio of musculnr onorgy run 11 bar at n summer loaort," remarked that the more tnau the prlcool one. a bartender. "Why, tho Jeo bill alono Is a Hotel in tbe State in iu Fare, Dally, aecurea lo travelers betn quieted, good men, more than ever, to tlio pound of living avolght Is much fortune." "If leo Is so dear," rcpllod an Appointment!, or Attenmen oiu topor winning ut thoso around, "why their heads together in search Kruuiur avun smnu or mmuio-3izu- d ftbould put By paying us ti you will reolre tor one yeai tion to Comfort of than with vory largo ones. 'I ho longth of do you put such a big picco In every your borne paer with the the of sober and sure methods of arrestirg ard tho limbs of tho lattor necessarily occasions their Gueiti reprtwencatlTii newspaper of THE MOST HMD SERVICE Icand for a taritt fur rerenuethu duutli, democrat. only, and tbe best, an amplitude lu his motions that makes ex- drlnkl" in the chilly night. iruzz'ing the demon of drink. On brightest and ablest tamlly weekly In tbe Unit Uanijane nlll be eutiieieil in ecution slowor. Longth of limbs ulso nn r ,u tn, , i.ro solar rays liud bound us, Htatea. Those who desire to examine a sample free of charge. Special ar(oii,,.10il4to. to a waste of strongth. Thus, Huvo wo for heat cried out copy of the Courier-Journcan do eo at thlaottre Local option is the true temperance reto ConmerclalTrarelera. lb. Ksr will Ever attempted botween the treat commercial ctt looking at military aptltudos, it is With blankets all nround us. alwaya aapplled nlth tne cholresl ieaon the Obis ItlTer and Chlcaw and hence Let every community form movement. we tjrtn'lj- 'onm.ivl or small mon that offer Uio Hut now when Sol has got tho cull the lutoat time and most comfortablo tralna nraadaof Llqaois tn ri(tr. II atthett, rtmt If To burn us up llko leather, all points In the South, or to the West determine for itself its wants in this mat- groatest onorgy, poivor to resist fatlguo nuwntousf Cttt In Lfl anil (Ut. r ..niiitir aod Xortlnrent. The counterpart of this train Wo sigh for ice, with breeze nice, to a sot I cnu tir. ter, and then set to work to accomplish and activity In battlo." Wehl on all trunk Unca la denominated Tliv Mmlt-ei- t JVOiitraiM4iiats. boi And civil service weather. Witoi'oitT Iron oxpatuls and contracts cry alile. tn tin ffavW EjcitrenH. The superb rolling stock w cm legislation may he requir '8ltwr. .Win York Journal. tiskitfniituf ti ami! that end 8tate with a forco of about two hundred pounds plor hItm patrons Vitliniiti'tl Com oft. urttaitf ths Bot'iinoNiv (toher swain ns thoy stood Alcolt A LUk, local self government, aid por squnro inch for each dogreo F. This all Couon Ticket Ollkas lu tbe Bouth ed to promote 0At liaiTKiCti!:lC3. boncath a shndo tree- )- "Bo you really nnd you will find our time tables and tlckots. eajr Jtw llutiui.N, r to that end it is desirable, but no further property was takon advantage of nt tho truly lovo me, doyou KrnluUourl" Krnlo noil, get Motion and stick to JI011011, if ! Clnolonatl.sHBI Museum of Arts unl Trades, In Paris, to you want to sate money and bare a pleasant JourbeOhlo.,1 Sotjbf rtu;;ll-J- . Tne great contlict with the saloon must tMI,Ii UK IMIll I'Olt "Aye,8oplironlo, I inoro than lovo. Thoro ney. K.O.MrCOKMICK, draw In tho walls of n gallery that bad rik. 41.00. General Passenger Agent. CHicogo. gin at home, where lis evil is best under bulgo.1 outward by tin wo glit on tho arch. is ono above who knows I fairly ndoro ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, City Ticket Aitenta nnd Officers: you." Small boy up tin troo Yuas, but A number- of bars wore placod across tho -- Lexington Obaeryer. etood. K. A. IIucknkr, 211 Ky. Are., OPERA HOUSE, building and screwed Into plates on tho I'm no duffer. I ain't goln' tor give it I. M: ToaanNcur, 12'J tth Vine at , Cincinnati, O WALTON'S 1 Promlum, When an Eastern man arrives at Los An- outside. Alterunto bars woro thon heat- awny." Sl.000.00 STANFORD. KY. The Iceman smiles aa he counts the gains 2 Premlumi, 9900.00 each geles and deposits his wealth in one of tbe ed, and when o.vpanduj vjre screwoJ up IiHB F. IIUF1?UAN, Derivod from the trado of summer, tightly, whan tho cooling mil contraction 6 Promlums, S230.00 " And ns hu walks the Htreets dlsdultis local banks, the bank president claps on bis of tin liars drow the walls closar WALTON BROS. - - Proprietors. 25 Promlums, SI00.00 " Tho greeting of the plumber. BTAMTOUU, KY. liy ropeutlng the o oration tho Hut tbe plumber will pus the Iceman by plug bat and frantically bunts up a real es 100 Premiums, 850.00 " with the information walls wvro brought into their originul po200 Promlums, And be hiinaulf the hero, tale speculator . A S20.00 " . Odes douln ilda sition' When the storm cloud lioaU In the winter sky, ow ihe Myera Hotel. 1,000 Promlums, S10.00 " "There's) a new suc'ter in towc. Got J'-'-o, fclaeol Btao, 2nzS'j. EUbt coumlete seta ot Seen. And the uwt'ury'j dewo'.o zero, rur' Wiirnus Oxide Uas nduinliie . ery denting capacity, Includinj gallery, I'nr full pnrtleulnrs nnd dlrcctlona nan Clrcu-i000. G:.'crh:-- !'' HoAMiauiufut bUr uim.riiUui4, diitca Couiitr. rater to tood attractions. lr nver pouud of AnuucKL&t' 1 llnoly-pow-dero- d TitERr is a Golden Mean The demo-crati- c paily is not a free trade pirty, tui ther i it a protec'ionHt party in the rense that the mijorily of the repibllcsn pirty i. But there is a golden mean between thote extremes. The tarifl must be reriecl and the internal revenue must be cut. If our party leaders do not see this necesnily the plain lemon taught by the lint Congressional election in Virginia and the recent Gubernatorial election in Kentucky is We look for strangely lost upon them. ward with much anxiety to the next ppsti n of Concre's I' the democrats in that body can agree upon some practicable poll c thy can aily indue Ihe peopV to endore it. -- f New Orleans Picayune, Dem A FEW Is Cloth INDUSTRIES. being tinnel by n in wly Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Positively Cured by administering Dr. Haines' Qoldcn Spociflc. WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT es y d WALL PAPER, one-thir- ftOYAl gUilrjil M'KOBERTS& STAGG'S ono-fourt- h Wall Paper, $$ s roe-color- P Furniture. "WW? PT uaa v Cases, Caskets, Hobes. Stanford. I'ropricfor. lui ., I ii ' rwyis E3i ug'm Fullland Oomplote Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. .66 B. K. WEAKEST, Absolutely Pure. INrjI5",7"- JFUKNITURE MACK STORE hui-ban- (t pave-moiit- s, Livery, Training, I SALE STABLE le n d, 03-i- 1 JACKSON JifOUWi:, con-cet- e, MOTHER! S' WILLIS HOUSE, J. Proprietor. s aj THE SOMERSET FAIR JIMJilllKi1!ljilfll H ' Articles 1 Incorporation. - . ... ' . i 11, 1 sm k 1; o 111 . w -- "'-MY .-- tRsSflUi'KL Know-nothin- g - .1 A Grand Combination mid-nigh- t; NEW FAST MAIL jim-jam- loiiisvii.m; a jici. ati Weekly Courier-Journa- l, - r f ul E3 $25,000.00 IN GOLD T HUItQEON ENTIM'I 1 1 ... , n Corrsc