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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887083001 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. Ml imtefiif mitfti lit VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, AUGUST HO, 1887. NO. 259. J We my be a democratic aa we like In theLONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. f the way, thi visit ti sse the Gov ! MINK STOCK FOK SALE ! ory, but we alwaye. grow nriatneratio when ernor gave rise tu one of the gathering Realestite i still high and dry in this we get above the common level. An they snow. hall reports that are soinciiima so section. Fifty Shares National eiy in K inland, a "radical" become uiifchieyoii and annnying. I etippoe it I'ublltthctl Tuctlaunttnt I'rhlav A ea mill beloning to the Nickil l 'ViVA'd"'" pul,"cl, Counly Bank of Stanford lor Sale. aa aocn aa ho ia KuighteJ or hnppenid in this wise Homebody mid -- AT . I will Hell the abote Hock before the Court Plate Goal Company, Etst Bornstadt, burn-eporta a pecr'a coat of uruH. Tno way In somebody else that I had bteu to rei "(lie bouiodnor In ritanlarl. County Court day, Sept. SU Thursday mornibg which we Americiue "bow down and wot-Mi Governor." The nex. pirty loll tne next A lot of sheep numbering 007, belong, oven tilled medlocrl'r, from the other that I had intervinrftd Gov. Kuoti 1'i.e Administrator Uichel Jonei, det'd, unlerstoollf wecredlt that J.M will he 10 Hlsck Willitms, was driven Ihro' I will deliver to regular en'inierj In (jtanlord aido of the "herring pond" tells, unmintaka-b'y- . third that Gov Knott had sent for me lo ing and demanded. uu iiiiuuj eerr inoratnj at hero Sa or I ty e rnii'e for blue ras marI'tio fourm that Gov. talk ubout Itia'au whu ''manner o' men" wo are. There A. BENEDICT & CO., kets. Two CcnlM P011111I. ii uudoubtedly u place in all properly con K. hitl concluded lo eend me to M jreheid kTIVL'illlfl The watermelon festival at the reading W. P. WALTON- ' ' " Acconnts due at tho closo of each month or elituted society for a bom arislocraiy, and to Buppre. outrage. The Lexington 1'rem roommf the Women's Cnritiun Temper- Well Drillon and Primp Adjusters. customer quiu. when we ignore thl, we gel a ftr worse staled it thus, in good latth, peruaH, and U Jr., 11 HOW. ance Union Hitunhy iiiglu wan said to be thing. in all kinduoM, the other papers copied i ; wtVelIi DflllcJ to order and pumps fiirmlthed q lite au eojoTabloaflair. O. 'I'ihm thiugdl' nalurilly como to one aud 1 tiud mraeli facing a his. lie ojusiiiii 215f The town cIock would be justifiable In at lactory pricci. trolling through the boAtitijiil ground cf en 17 in my own luloved mountains, ntt "sinking" the poky, non progressive cili GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE Sprirg lauidallynpenlnjj an elegant line of Sprlnz and Hill and g ilherinc gurgeau fJth-'tr- t ao. u to lurii a Wj,si, o.itil 1 ji i run itits an 0! this place lor iheir (Ailiiro lo build fcutnuier Mlllluery, iucludlog all droppnl by Hint mint aristocratic of lie down in nearly erry atiitieuoe 1 epek a nice fence around public tquare I JS IMIA.IH1& 'VI Tho Latest Novelties of the Season. bird, the regal peioook. In iny walk I to. What r, devil he is, to be nuri! When A leiter to Mr. Lee Malm from bis 1AXVILI-B- . KY. picked up euo:if,ti, 'cittered by thie Ijoju ctuie (u Knlern K'ntuoky eix yutrs Hgo, sju iu l.OWAK Coowtv, Also NnHnnn nmh a T7..n.ll . MoiirilEAD r law, Da?e Jackson, conveys the in brush of. They I found a report htd preculed me, that 1 lelligence AiiK'ixl. Sll'h. 1S17 )' ii'tll creature, to make a - wlA Bml". that hit wife i very sick with HaJrcunrltoh..e;efntnow bulldln, oppoI alt iiiad, breeding M will, in the park At received $1 a head for every confession Dkau Intewoii: next iiour to thMrMyer, Home. ? fever at Prenuasbiirg, Ky, Mrs. Jackson's ed ".,!t!J KI '".?.a.n. ll'b.: "i?.ln .e-- J'.'e.y.iT: f 162.1m took in the mountain, Now 1 nm It A TK It tflnmilA It. Spring Hill. JSIWAII.Ll-- i many friends bete pray for her speedy and from fhotographi to life slzi. Ijitlsfactlin guar-tco- I wm, AVttta. by 1 11 repor. nitt, if In wilting thin, I ho t! I a in not a Hceif I iM r lnliiitly unit Iruttt I u kifl JAS O OIVB IS, permanent recovery. ly, for which may the r.rml LOUD lilo- - ''snob ' I iIjij'i unto to be and dou't believed( would usellectually kill my mm Our sulucribers here are so fearful lest istry with the worthy mountaineers as tno' College, i them nbuml.ntly. I liojio I I'miild have billeve all "enobbery" i ciptble of under & they may mhs a single number that they was hccompimed in my evangel by a atinding the seniiiuent which I am free to i?rac to 'lileu them" urea livl they Biurare renewing their subscriptions a mouth MXX. S. PAXTOX, IM.ES. LAW, balls per ui.u-ul- e. et! in the category of "them that titrsectite cmfe'M I have long entertained; nnd espec-iall- y Galling gun, throwing or ho in advance Once ssved always sav311 Fifth Street, jron." Hut It is always more ples.ant to in making praclicil cimparia'tn Next Sesitou will besla on I prayeJ witn the dear old uim I hire eo ed is applicable to the Intkuioii Jouiinal acknowledge klni'iiwsrs thin to vetitilt ICY. the K iglili rsleui an I our own, well, uticotiraged " Try it once and you'll tsko no I could, lo readerr. Inm, as best Thursday, the 1st of September ) itoi8and.cromte Block. ineitiiieooi, am! I am prow! of th ctirlt'y much to thu adraaMjeof ttu former, every get well and not dlr; aud left nim sweetly other. eilentlnl to tu by th prttT capital of liuie I think o it. I1 a the nplrlt of lev Instruction thorough, anl discipline Vlnd, but A team belonging lo Esquire Sieve sleeping on bis left side, wlnci he Was eu J PEARSON & CLARK, firm. Oraluales on tour dill jreal ciurses arraug Wo! ford Henry Olny fall"! Woodford eliog, contrary to dirini-apilntmenl; and t'ornelt ran awav Friday, thiowmg the fl to suit the tastes and capirlt.es of girls. UJ'ers posed not to be able lo do, fflih ' Oisinca special attractions In t'10 llsiiirtajents ol Art and the '.tiri;iM bed of the tranlen spot of that ontiolled by htrth, that broke up the J?'J.-t- f tun of the heart," his alleged trouble. This Squire out of the wagon and bruisicg his Music, tend for catalogue. Kentucky" ()i lhi Inch titiihorhy il trihr of and aetttere them to the give me hope that tbo dittiosn of the wor- head and fce up considerably, and running t lis "tiu Imb," thnrefori; and ne winds o will find it full outcome in the it thy msdictl profes'ton mtgiu pmitny he into Din Triton, win wns approaching on LEXINGTON, KY. pirthni to th lorflo ol the woo age, fan! Approtooiug, when those who have k and wan unable to get out of the wrong, aud ibe good old Gorernor get well ,12 fc 11 AVewt Mnln Btl'oct. Itiioli lhn sweete: epn raised this lrukeairiu devil will tint! it lived in the yet, in .pile of prognosticating science rout and hurtin him pretty badly. Stock To tho Citizen of Linooln County: ' I am the litnlonil tint) in too big tu manatee and will ll e to Inner on nrlh i rither low, but Uni's oue team I would God grant ll, I pray Having recently equipped a fine Holler JIlll In the w irM," he nrerred. When challenged chamber to bide theuiselvi-ifrom it. The sell, Fqtlire. thetotrnol Stanford teat wo defy any Mill to MOIIKHKAD ! ! fruit of this much fir ro if, lie irv it ,"i: eijual In quality of Hour, we think the citizens ol aui ilm lxt cjuimune i the -- In renowin; his suhcription lo tbe the county should baro cjuuty pride ujoujh to Fuiluwed Vertatllos in perr.ap tm riuleui a loikitig ititn in the Hut 7'irxVi; lite .V 'ii laudrd, much misunderstood dootrino the situs to In The New Itevenue Law adds sis per cent, to transition is nn wo nave exfierieuced in "best piper in tbe world," the Intemok patronlzo aud sustainconcern that Wo wlsb in tbo form whom It may we are We had graud congregstion I'ari; l'srie i t tne hiodnm't ntroit in all Taxes unpild by too first day of at Ver your wheat and corn and will al and I will have to collect It. So pleass September our wandering ll?ee. A letter of Craig JoUJtNAi.. Mr. Charles R Brock, who re market to buyhighest come form iit liMiHiful oily (n the w r I J ; it ways glvo tho i ealllr. A good work market price tor tame. We i done. The good never neeu till I was at Ver. tuun in a short time to hi- - studies at Lex- bavo added some new machinery to our corn meal ward and sttl'e. T. Ii. SEW I.. 1 .. I .ui the ban I.o'mmi mn on tim pNn I), S. L. C. but never-a- l Tulliter', oiinmlers did not opstilr oppn-C, and cin now inako to suit sallies, brought me up wituont delay, h ington, rem trked that a sMi Jen' ha little department cannot bs njuiUd bymeal other Millany person. It any In il el " If Wo jj'or I cinnol trars hr cime to bear. We think gratefully ol from the graye ttut I time for reading current literature, but that thtsTlclnlty We eoll.it atrial In our tlaur and was to uie a voice unrv in the mine luminal way, 'he oo it this Oiie of them i the ever dear friend meal department. All baring grain In our line be would read the I. J. along with his bilor sale will please csll at Mill, where our agent could not ignore. The Cincinnati papers lea t hold i of own with anr citiniy iu the of brgoiie dayf, Iiav. (Jrlou Kiut, found at glee the MT. VERNON, KY. yts'erday gave it lerbatim It touched me ble on Sunday and hold himself blest for can bo lor same. all times, who willttutl' always best prices In Itl lie (if a i. And if there is atirtlittik' mure Brucdaid ship and much beloved. Hie swrcl wife, . the opportunities and inll lences of a chrisii-.v. I'urrs, Nup't, iock. greatly when I ft ret heird of it. Perhaps Mile-(liaattractive on the whole thin the f the sister of dear John C, Young, is j 1st a Mtanlord Roller Mill Co n This old and Hotel Is still mainWe have more thsn once retho catastrophe miht have been averted, tian land! taining Us fine reputation. Charges reasonable in thi world, 1 lute not en it. To she atwaya ha bren, one of tbo incomparamarked that there wm something ,in that or at least there might have been more Special attention to tbe traveling public, my mind, thu drive between Midwy and ble women tht bless tins planet at inter ! boy. of .11. V. XJEirt.OlIIl, Pro'r, Virssillrs in eight mile.f rural listtlt t.ti v lis, whom "lo know Is to love and to men hope in death, had the maeting he desired Sfim Mr. and Mr. J. A. Craft will take in Mt. Vernon, Ky. ! " I have known hi-- r nirice we been held. I d not know. At anything, surparsul anywhere. The hrtich Ujii, praise the inauguration, reluming by the LexingNotice li hereby given that the undersigned It. S. M tBTI.f. J.so. St. rKRKINS. blood isspilled, I should al railway between the piece nils ell till' ii went to ollege together, so far luck that, if any more ton fair Mr Pml wa called to Junction ha to lormed a corporation and hafo recorded tho Brodhkad, Kv., May, 1SS7. ways have had it on my conscience, bad I itii-it- e bit of rolliri; pttire and ftrunot-lan- b'ingetill n daughter of (if e, with ail her Albright A Mirtin beg to Inform tbelr many City Fridty by the illne of her daughter, articles thereof Iu the clerk's office of tbo Lincoln I can to avert such a mends and customers ol ha change In firm name County Court, pursuant to Chapter 50, (ten. Statfrom the Knersl traveling pub if, Irs g9oJrms, "he m.uhl i.ol like me to mention not done what little 10 Mrs. John Poirl mi I little Mhs E la. Mr. utes of Kentucky. ve'ioi; with inn hore a much le "ihtly the ixnct dale. Uelon and I had ont-- most sequel ol the trials now going on. I have W. A. Parsley ami wife have 3IAKTIN A PEKKIXS. I. Th name of tho Corporattou Is tbe "Cum returned landscape than the lurnplke doc. Oa that uuprotilable theologictl till, in which I no oontldence in anythiug hut the go'pel irom au extended trip to .he berlaud Valley Land Company." Tne new firm bopf s, not only to sustain the rep iatero coun Law and G tiling gun may buy utationoflbeold, II. Tho general nature of there i a ii) lo ol "rock wall," the lot breath I ought to have ecouomfzid for at this atage. tie. Miss Finn McVrih, uf Whitley and sell lands In Harlan andtin business Is to Ky., provements In the but Intends to olmake many Immanufacture Bell counties, tobacco whlcn like of which, I will venture to "Jy, la not pretchin, aad loth got too warm, entirely, temporarily suppress, but cannot reform. county, t vtiitui relative 111 will be to tho Interest ol our customers. We will ihis city. J, to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. devote spec al attention to our Natural Lcafbranda on tin continent, or any other, in a ctnle for August, even. Hi is is tie Invariable There is ouly one radical cure for thu op C. Krereole, Perry county, was here Sun III. Its principal placo of business Is Stanford, of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past trine The builder ol il, of course an remit, unen two bein with the unshaken pression of the devil that is the gospel of day. Little Stella Bruwu is sick. W. S. Kentucky. favors and asking for a continuation of your trade, wo remain, 'Love and Nothing Else." Respectfully vohm, Irithuitn, iiow keepn the toll ato nesreat purpose to "hold the f in" agaiuat all com IV. The capital stock Is fixed at SISO.OCO, with JIJ.UTIA fc I'KIIJHXS. lint it is mall time and I leave tbe rest Jackson and W A. Parsley have gone to privilege to begin on S3 0,000. Ksch share Is J 100, road and nerer to be conrlncei! of anything ers Veraaillra on that name Barb.urville aud Pmetrilleon business. to bo paid in money. We were aca'lereJ a little, among friend oppoed to what they already believe Af for another letter. Eycr In Jeus, V. Tho Corporation shall begin business on tbe Geo, O Pauses A marriage nonce in a cbiitemporary during the meeting; wile and I uniuterupt ter this weacted like ".(tliible men and got 23th day ot July, IES7, and continue 25 years. HfliBiiPIV U1M.S.UUI.DETT, concludes witn the announcement A Dangerous Character. that el'y the K'iu of Mm Iltrt utiil her datiuh along delightfully on ommen, harmonious VI. The attain of the Corporation aro to be conHe I the moat gonial of men you fellers 'the happy couple will spend the night ducted by alliard of ssren Director, from which OCULIST. ter, at "Spriag Hill,' tw.i mile nirtho' ground 'Did you get that Vcraaille; This in n rire old family eatale loyahle nod one of the ba't "talker" I went aftei?" was asked of a man who lives with Mrs. Field." We thought it was usu- a President, Secretary and Treasurer are (0 be BRODHEAD, KY. olected, Tbe Incorporators shall compose the that has hoen In uuhroken possession for know. A staunch I'reiby teritn, let me near where the territories of Montana and al lor newly married people 10 spend tbe first board, and tho election thereafter to bo held Has had an experience of over fl'teen yctrs. and m Khi with eacu outer, -- Grayson Gszjtte. on tbe third Wedueslay ot July annually. nearly a centmy, of the tuireetoM of the add. Wyoming ''corner" on Dikota. has .successfully treated hundrels of cases Bttenllou tsglven to the treatment of all VII. Tbo Corporation shall Incur no debt great We made the charming acquaintance of "You bet we die!" present proprietre. It net it iimiie from of the eyes. Name and address ol patients of lta paid up stock. than cured given ou application if dcalred. "Make him dance motly on ah?" n gu hinN' spring that i eril Iroui a lofty, Senator Iilackbirn, for the first time. He VIII. The private propeity ol stockholders winding cuto al the bullion of Ibeermiuel did m the honor to attend several of our "Thai's what we done!'' shall be exempt Irom corporate debts and liabiliami aeemed iuipre.isul "Suro I e was (be right one, I rckoi?" and rical lull, on tvhinu the mansion maud. A meeting ties. A wjnderful ciuversationaliat, ol IX. Tho Corporation shall posiesi all the pow "W e I 1, partner, not so all fired sure bs hydrn.illc ram lilla the coil waters of thi plta-eers prescribe I 1p Chapter StS, (lensral Statutes of I should think he we might o1 breu. Hut you can bit your noble rpring to the hill top, whence it ii the fasciniting order Kentucky. Sent-lboss ne aint the crowd that goes out after a diatrihitled to the nlahle and otht-- r loti in a Cuiild tlk L a c nis'.iiUHiiUi or fello W. 0. WELCH, KOBT. BOYD, into ' unst aoytTinir." 11 'almost man an' don't git sumebod) !'' uvift ciiifonient and delightful fnhion. VINCENT BOItniNO, JOHN BENNETT, Louisville & Nashville R, R. QEOHOEMcALlSTEB, W. P. WALTON, "Any evidence against the ynu The home paik around the mamtion la the perauidud" me, while I lutened lo hi pre TMK ORKAT t J. S. HOCKER. ceutre of a gram! estate of Urely over 1,000 eentation of the snbjeel, that I ought lo gi strung ii?'' N)-THROUGH TAUNK nothing direct as I know 1 'low acree of cioiceU blue grai litrl, anil the to Washington City, settle down for the bil ance of mv life ut that centra of intelli 10 TUB il is whU they cnl cirnitnitintUl evid in; hospitality ( the refined and ciaraiiox and perhap i lew other Ye e we wer? geiliii' tire I o' lo 'kin' any ltdiei who oreilde ovor Him excep- gence, It 11 WH-sBHs tionally be an tt fill demesne, i ijiiih in keep thingi, attri a c'uirch, bnedon my doctrine how an' ouie 'long to this feller an' asked CH!CKE- N- vrmr All and nlute up in the outside world in the him if hb'deeen anything of our nun an' with their k'lortniH iiiirrotiodiiuii tug j Pullman Palace Sleepers. that I' proper and npr ipnate (ir uie to ahapa of halite Hut, to do id itinerant he said he hadn't an' then went on kinder eay n ti.at they m iJe lit Very happy Utlexte ; wok. I declare, us I hetrkened to this won talkiu' Agin hangin' an' said lie 'lowed in I f.(llllMilo fellers didn't have no '(hority to string up e iterttioo I, mid tlerful uuu, thu I bjin to think I wa iiitc a liotiu, r.iytll lo XaNliville, ( : 'Iliys, ihis cm Aint tlietr ni' it'it dr orders 1 tnuie ''aouubody" ludeei; and ymIjih of ombi-tio- n fjlk. T lion I .lleiiipliiH, Atliiiila, wi.li ilrt'pi-beau to lit through my brain; dreams got no public spiri'; he aint willin' nothln' rerei that we could not atny Mc'ifKoni'ury, lon-- r. Wo ii i til oeer furet their uno of thetremoudou p)wt:lnh ie; hop) hither should be done for the good 'o tho country Hock. O.i the to ttnawakoue,'; plan f jr the futtire, roe an' I reckon iveM batter string him up him lentil um and tiuwetried otirleiy. Ilmt OrlfiutH. t, from lawn there ii it toveriog colore 1 and radian ; until, in imagination, eell!' S) in 'bout a minute we had him I wa pl.i Ted by the hind i f old Ujvero ir S iel the centre of ni iuipjriant "move where he wouldn't get his feet wet. You Only one change to poluts In by A full length prlr.tlt in oil, b Oar uieot iu iho religioti world;'' the reformer bet a man that won't show no 'ihtisiasm a dun OTJX133J3 isn'er, of Hie lute 0)1. Hut, h uii;iii.' in the of the l'.Ui century, and the conveittr of 'bout gittin' rid 0' horse thieves , Scratches, Contracted Sciatica, eletat llbriry, the like I'M of one of the S.'iiate and HotHe of Kipreien tative-- ; not gerotts character for the community." Muscles, Sprains, Lumbago, and poi- handuiuFitt in m of Iim diy t typtctl Ken to mention foreign emhiMidor The Dirt or Stuonh Men The Rheumatism, Eruptions, Strains, Herktng homes on the line of this roaj wlllretdvs Ucky "cou itr gentlenun," of b cht'ol bly thu ucceive l'reiden'a themselves. It soldiets who built such wonderful Barm, Hoof Ail, Stitches, special rates, that U likely to become a memory of the wiaonooflho most orgeom "ctellte in roads and carried a weight of Armor and Scalds, Scrow StiffJoints, srdee Agents of tbi Company tor rates, route ' have over sioti. And all cenjured or write Ac, Worms, Sjiaiu" Backache, pa)'; like the etately, genetotu, jirinctly-mannarluggage that would crush the average farm Stings, C. P. ATMOKE, O. P.AT.A., Swinney, Galls, pltntntion ovrier of the riotltb, up by one eloquent tongue. It ouly need hand, liyed on coarse brown bread and Bites, Louisville, Ky Bruises, Saddle Qalls, Sores, "before ilia vrah " I am a little eaddened ed ten minute in the upu air to return to jour wine. They were temperate in diet Bunions, Thousands of dollars worth of Files. Spavin toeee luia rice of "naturo'i ooblomen" ptne the "goeuel tramp" level and it trip to aud regular and cocstBnt in exercise. The Corns, chickens die every year, from CholCracks. ing away. The present generitlon h get .M iro..ed Ins entlrtly cured me. Only, I Spanish peasant work era. It is more fatal to chickens than every day and THIS GOOD OLD STAND-B- Y ! tin if to be eo dominated hr the "money (lev-il,- " ebuiiid not at all object, if the Senator will dance half the night, jet eats only his ncconiillthea for everybody exactly what tsclnlmc! all other diseases combined. Hut the that it cannot breed this clan ol pro get it up, a an instrument in the LORD'S black biead, onion and watermelon. Tho for It. One of tlio reniotu (or tho great popularity ol discovery of a remedy that fosithtfy Its prieton And nomehow or other I feel that hinds, to holding a month'a meeting in the Smyrna potter eats only a little fruit and tho Muttons Liniment Is found lasuch uiilvcraal cures it has been made, and to be cona medicine. nppllcnblllty. Everybody needs Knaba, the fatuous , vinced of its efficacy only requires a er The tho popular and reliable Everett. Deck, wicked Capital and doing my level best to some olives, yet lie walk oft with his load there ia a btlance wheeljof society A Son, Tho Lumberman needs It In case of accident. Th Clouti A Warren, and tho John Th o 1 1 011 n wife needs It for general family ur trial. A bottle is enough for celebrated Co 'a when the natural aristocracy died out. gjt a little goapel into that polilicsridden, of 100 pounds. The coolie, fed on rice, is Church A The Cniinlcr needs It for his teamiand hl men. one hundred chickens. It is guarToings are illy adjuated when we all grow not to eay city. more active and can endure more than the Tho .tlecbunlc needs It always oa his wirl. s anteed. If, after using of I role over one morning to see hi broth- negro fed on fat meat. The heavy work of beach. pi hian. Thtra ia a type of men, kick at it a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly Tho rtltucrnecdsltlncasoof emergency. wuo wis re the world Is not done by men who eat the preserve uninvaded by er, the dear old mi we will, who Any oue desiring auolegant and durable It. Tim Instrument will do well to examine ojr satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken thoes of a "barer aort," that niche in node ported to ba on his detth bed. I found greatest quantity. Moderation iu diet Beems The Farmer needs It la hi house, his stable, prlcea before Wears agents for the Cholera, return it to the undersigned anil hts stock )ard. John Church A Co., and will warty, where the occupant, "toil not neither do him weak, but quite rational and not look to be the prerequisite. rant our Pianos fot seven years, and our Organs The Hteninbcmt man or the llmiliniiu need and your money will be refunded. tbey epir;" and which is an independable iog like a dying man at all. It was a great Th6 Everett PUno and tho Ctough '.0T.Hrt J""1 Casey Countv. Dick Allen, in jail at It In liberal supply afloat and otliore.-It A Warren Orgin aro the best and most reliable Ii lil let factor in tt well regulated community, It privilege to sit for an hour at his bedside Liberty for the murder of Charles Tucker, Tho Horsi'.fiinclcr needs ItDR. W. B. PENNY, Instruments manufactured. Ojr Instruments friend And safest reliance. can be seen at the postotuce In Stsnfoid, whs re DENTIST, It the 'ornamental" feature of aoclety, if and hold the kind baud that had ministered Miss Itosn Richards will state prices, etc. and who had been tried, found gulliy and Tho Slocurotvor need It It will sae hint you please, which ia an needful in Hi way with such unwearied tenderness tosufieriug Stantorcl Persons wuobave purchased these instruments til lutands of dollars and a world of trouble. sentenced to a term in the penitentiary, win icatiiy 10 their durability and elegant finish The Kullrond innn needs It and will need It so a the uabfu). There U a pleblan envy that humanity. I was told thtt he bad nursed caped a few days ago and ia now at large. We will b glad to servo tbe publli, aud guirau lone as hts life Is a round of accidents and dangers. ' teesatlsla"tlon. riding a man being barn "with a stiver the sick day aud uight through 14 epidem- He got The IlitcUwouilmiinii needs Iu Thero I nothout through whal is known as "Pass ing Elder W. L. Williams, of Huttonville. also replike It ai on antidote for tho daiuers to life, epoon in his mouth," but It la a base envy, ics ol yellow feveil What a "grand old resents tho John Churih A Co., and wilt be pleatmore's Hole '' Jame Pyles and Ilrownlow limb and comfort which surround the pioneer. ed to serve bis friends. when you elfl it. That niche I t peak of mat," indeed! Ci injur a his claim to that ti. II. A) It. J. COOK, Agents. Cmbtrea quarreled nyer the charge by the Tho ."llcrchunt needs ltabout Ids store anions will be filled by eotue one. For one, I title with that of Gladtlooe, who perhaps latter thai Pyles' son had stolen some flour hit miployics. Accidents will lap) 11, and when RKKKKKNCKSr t once. Johu D. Carpenter, Hustouvllle; J. M. Elmore, would rather a "burn gentleman" ahould has upaet in his long life 11 administration from hiui, when Crab tree shot at I'rlee, theso come tho Militant Liniment. la wanted of Slantord, James Beailey, Stanford, J. M. Pnlllpi, Keep 11 Moltlo Iu tliu Uaiim-- 'TUtho Kt fill it than a coirae creature, who usurped of sorts, and judge which will have the ver uiUnitiL' him. Pries ran oil and borrowing econo.ny. Stanford; A. It. Penny, Stanford; Mrs. Fannie Kana, Lancaster; Oen W. J. Land ram, Lancaster. a gun followed Crabtree anil killed him. IltlminedlaK a. railroad or cotton or dict of men, endorsed, when the curtain of Keep u Hiilllii In it brcsuio he was ClisrleaSaudldge. Junction City; W. M. Payne, iiiii.ii ou Lancaster street, next door to Inti-ttioPylm fucapel, -- Jacob Wall was cut by ue In caso of accident save pnlu nnrt lo of wage king. Thine will press into eternity lifts, (live me the good doctor's John Haley in a row, but not very serious otnee. Odice hours from 8 to 12 .. Preacbersvllle; Mrs. E. M. Carpenter, Stanford; Keep u Holtle A In 11 Villi thu Stiiblo fur M.andJui'kmal v, Anesthetics administered wfaro Mrs. Mrggln llolmer, Crab On bard; O. T. Wal-- ; to n p. u ItSI-lythe vacant place, whether we will or not. j record, eyerylime . 133 lyr when wnsieili ly - Ycsemite News. trie. Lancaster. oecesjarj, IMAIi "con-aervallv- WTOCK oflrmera loLTKnl.LKS'SoiS1 , l'iailANNUM.CASIl. d "' '' "vti' p" !:;,'7 0. ,,.,.s.KK. LAKE ICE t! Icr -- 1 .,. GEORGE BARNES ID. -t E.H.FOX, ifiisiiArjBRir. , : 1 tl. tillJXT, Wn, IXllyuA oou-fron- m-peritiu- g 1 - Stanford Female ayres givens," (llS-Iy.- 1 1,-- 00 ATTORNEYS AT LonTHVTr.T.i. i p Irel Wholesale Grocers 203-6- la-li- 1 1 lir-ebae- NOTICE. 'I tip-tie- d TAXES TAXES tc c, 1 ns-n- NEWCOIVIIS IIOTEZ. well-koow- 'Z5l-t- Notice Incorporation 1 1 1 1 rjl ttO-C- f Bps-cl- al dla-ess- 220-0- or L.&N. m-i- o, d AST! 4HTEK LINE 'SOUTH & WEST I Cholera Cure! lexican n Mustang clio-tntl- 3)lilluaiut Liniment 1 Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS i- Ko-ma- n ed mlf-ilng- 50-cen- devil-oppresse- d f u tBPIOS d two-third- mu-lic- al Konltioky f!$0 - ll if u e 1 r. J HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A Christian county woman ha given birth to three sols of twim in three years 9. B, McClure, uf Livingston, was Monday nnrnlng give in a wintry and all are alive and healthy, married n few duys since. A stay of proceeding? has been gnnted greeting. A telegrap i office has bean opened at Stanford, Ky., - - - August 30, 1887 inthnFAw nf JikA Hsm. convlctod of! -- Oar schools will be in fall operation Pino Hill with T L Medcalfe as operator. next wpek bribing tho New York boodle aldermen. James Hi r, while working at tho Sje nice little Innie ofh-reby Mr. IJ. The magnificent o storr btiildint of the Friday, had two fingers cut oil br n P. WALTON. W. Montreal Htrald burned Friday night and N. Allen in another column, small buzz aaw. The Governor's Bill wai o intereting with it three conipojitors. Lisa $500,000. In a little scrimmage between Mat that the Governor' absence was scarcely Winstead At the Fern Creek Fair, near LouisTiieri: can be no iIUruUiuc the fact that and Frank Dyer Saturday even force, espec- ing, the Grand Army ol (be Republic has de- ville, last week, were 79 paople, whom ag- noted. Stanford wai therein Derctme out with black ejci and and Cirson. generated into a republiean machine of the gregate age was 0,150 years, an average of ially Keller, Cirpenter bruises and Winstetd with a $2 50 fine. Mrs. Tarrant was at her post Friday pelf respecting nearly 78 a meanest sort, and ever A spring which is not far from a nt J. J. B.'ntley, of B'ua Spring, Neb,, and Saturday for the roueption and democrat ought forthwith to withdraw in this ouuty haa properties in its of the County Teachers' Aocia-tio- n, waters of claims to have had his hearing fully restorfrom the organization. The assininit that are supposed to be intoxicating, but they generally failed to material-I- n from some of iia members waa again displayed ed by prayer after having bsen deaf in one the number .of teamsters who have except at the ball room. Friday, when they refused to march under ear since 1863 lost their wty after drinking from it. at More-laMr. Green's Sunday-schorick, colored, wa lynched in John My a portrait of President Cleveland, which L'lah Wilkerson, who began braking Tbe is assuming Urge proportions. .. had btcn hung across a street in Wheeling Henry county, Ala , by 100 people of his .ilk I.. .!..... regXotbiogbut the mnst disgusting partisan onrace. He outraged a white woman, classes comprise 150 member and are is aain back in his old position afler a ularly increuing. Riv. J. C Rmdolph ship can account for such puerility and the Mrs. Bifsmore three yearn' absence. "Fishie" was here has Urge and attentive congregations reguEustace Gibson languish Congressman Sunday. Richard Welsh is sick with flux, country is to be congratulated on the enenight and ca in the Parkersburg jiil on a ten days' larly at Hustonville Siturday W&sterfnld Rjnner, living seven miles mies our President has made, by bis honSunday forenoon. The Baptist and Chris- from town, aid term for contempt cf court. He is also to est vetoes, among the wis here Siturday for the first tian churches are served, the former by time within 1 1 years, , veterans pay a fine of $50 who now parade lis says that be had OJP A large trestle on the Chesipeake & Rev. Mr, Coleman, the latter by Elder J. no bjsinrsss to attend to at town and there of the late war True soldiers are brave fore sUi and looked after his cattle have not Ooio, near O.ive Hill, burnrJ, causing a S. Ballon. These at horns and magnanimous Mrs. L'icinli Carpenter died at her farm, a single attribute of the braye men who transfer of pis'engere and freight to be home on Saturday. She wa in her 78th "Trip" Niwcomb, a faithful old dog fought their country's billies in time of made for a day or two. Douglass F Cirlin, chief clerk at the year; had long been suffering from a pain- who hs.d accompanied ,the boys for many n:ed and ought to be repudiated by a'l Cjeyenne Agency, was married Friday to ful disease and was looking forward to the years on their hunts ana excursions lnneat men. Maiden Daprest, the wealthiest Indian event with calm and quiet resignation. Her through the mountains, was run over anil The ediior of the Louisville Commercial, heiress on the Sioux Innervation. done, she went to her rest, as the killed by a freight train Siturday evening. having run out of other subiects upon There are 51 Grand Army PoHs in the had lived, peacefully and hopefully. The A large crowd attended his burial. which to pour out the vials of his gall, let v city of New York and every ono of them funeral services were performed at the To ascertain tbe date of a certain misloose in a article on Qov. Mc in the presence of a Urge assemblage, demeanor committed by a person wbo imhas solemnly repudiated the Pauper PenCreary, Friday, whom he attempts to belit- sion bill and sustained the President's veto, moat of whom were near relatives. mediately left tho country, the g j inquirtle and make fun of. Bat the Governor, coiim-:kThe list of visitors has been large. Can ed of a witness as to the date when Ibe The old ttige which for so many year conscious of his own rectitude and the firm only a few at present, as Mr. J. Adams twine, of whom he was the happy father, ran from Midway to Versailles was oflered note hold he has upon the hearts of the people at public sale at Versailles MondAv and and son, of Montgomery, Alabama, and G. bad arriyed at his house; the misdemeanor of hie own district, as well as ol the State, knocked down to a bidder at $1 75. Clip- P. Bright and sister, county, at L. B. Ad- afdreaid having taken place about that cm afford to smile one of those smiles per. ams'; J N. Msnefee and family at S. Cow-an'time. Tue witness was somewhat frightenwhich "begin about the corners of his G. B. Cooper Rt Mr. Cook' and Dn ed, thinking probably nn indictment would Forepiugh'ij bill posters covered the mouth, ripple over the broid surface of his side of a colored church in Warren county Miller, miscellaneously. be returned ngainst him for the twin nthir, face and whimple otT into bis raven locks But bark! methinks I hear Bron's "toc- bean to beg ctl, saying he would not of and the deacons brought suit against him in merry waves of infectious mirth," at his for $100 which he compromised by pying sin of the soul," in this cae the breakUst fend again. He was informed of the object Inducer and in his blandest manner invite $10. bell. Weak hummity cinnot redst tbe in view and after gelling the desired inforhim to accelerate bis footsteps to his final Col. R D.Allen, late of tho Kentucky cill. mation went away happy. rearing place with his master, the devM Military lustitute, has rented property near The Teachers Institute, after a. profit. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNlt Tou Hknky, the nominal clerk of tho Louisville and will open a eehool to be a'jle session of five dtys. adjourned Fridav Court of Appeal, the best paying cilice in known as the Louisville Military Acad Rev P. T. II tie has returned from evening. The secie.arv, who promised lo the gift of tho people of Kentucky, has been emy. Europe, reaching here a few days sooner give us a report of the proceeding, failid making a disgraceful spectacle uf himself Jonn Weigert discovered hi wife in than was expected His family have been to sbo-- up. Tne lectures delivered by again, this time at Winchester, where he the a ran of John Bradley and a shooting in Prof. Lugenbiel Wednesday and Tutu Mayfield during hi- absence. was fined for drunkenness, There certain match resulted in which Bradley was fatalThe Kuights of Pytnias, of Dmville, day night ncre well attendfd and highly ly ought to be some way of relieving this ly wounded. The all tir occurred at Lexarc engaged in forming a "uniform rank," appreciated. Some discussion was brought man of office and not permit him further to ington. which will be in full operation about tbe on by a colored woman teacher sitting in disgrace the party which elected him. If Senitor Beck, in an interview, says 15:h of September wi;h about 31 charter the btck portion of tbe house, though not he wishes to continue the natural brute that "Cleveland is the only advanced demt iking a part in the exercises. It was demembers. he reems to be, it should bo on his own ocrat the country has seen in two deccided that for harmony's sake that she be C. 8. Jackon has sold to J. G. Lujer, hook and not as clerk of our last court re- ades," and that his renomination is a forean Austrian, 27 acres of land with the im- requested fo withdraw, which she did. In sort. His acts bring both himself and the gone conclusion. provements thereon, near the Shakertown the resolutions that came before the Insticourt into popular contempt and places n The counsel for Lindsey Snith, con- pike, at $123 per acre, cish, po'eemion to tute appeared one endorsing the Blair Bill. stigma on the democratic party. victed at Nicholaiville of marder, bai apAfter some ducussion a vcte was taken and be given immediately. plied for a new trial, 03 the ground that Prof. J. Deitrich, registering from the resolution was snowed under, not reThe first issue of the Birbourville Scvt under the new management is before us, the man whom his client was convicted of Florida, got off the 5:40 north-boun- d train ceiving a single vote, A Teachers' Associa- iiW" and gives evideuce of much promise. The killing, has turned up alive. Saturday morning, stopped at tbe Gilcher tion was formed to meet at this place once The cotton crop of Arkansas will, it is House and left again on the 2 o'clock north- pjr mouth for the purpose of discussing names of Dr. J. W. Dickenson, formerly of this place, and T. Cravens appear as edit- estimated, barely exceed 600,000 bale. bound train. An unpaid medical bill from the question of education, teaching and exors and they, with D. II. Black, T. N. Rob-ert- a Fifty counties in which the staple is grown a Somerset physician reached here by tbe changing views, etc. and A. M. Dicker compose the compa- report the condition of the crop 10 per same train that carried the professor away. GARRARD COUNTY OEPARTMEN1 . Elder McGlunn, former pastor ol tbe ny, which has bought it and which intends cent, below what it was at this time last Lancaster. Christian churcb, is in town. Mr. R. T. to make it a genuine democratic paper. We year. Tom Palmer did not attend the inauThe Georgia Legislature pawed a reso Quisenberry, of St. Paul, Minn., is here on wish it abundant success. guration at Frankfort with the rest of the lution taking away the $8,000 appropria- a visit to relativss. Mr. W. C. Whitthorne Offsley Rifle. Deputy Collector. Baldwin, of Nich ted to the Atlanta University,unlesa una that In Jr., cf Columbia, Tenn., is visiting his sisJudge, M. H. Osisley, who has been so olaeville, is in the middle of a yery bad fix. atitule shall give the' Government satisfacter, Mrs. C.P.Cecil. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. ill for several days, is reported better this, The grand jury has indicted him in two tory assurance that it will not not accept Woolfolk, Misses Allen, W iltthorne and Monday, morniiiir, cases for carrying concealed weapons, one white pupils. Guest and Messis. B. G. Boyle, AG. WhitRev, McGinn, of Versailles, filled tbe for assault and battery and another for makTaylor county' judgment debt of $18,-00- ley and C. R. Anderson have returned pulpit of Bro Yancey at tbe Christian ing threatening demonstrations with a pishaa been compromised at 30 cents on from Atlantic City. S.-FI- NE cburrh on Sunday. tol: Old man Bronston will have to muz GOODS the dollar and there is every reison to Mrs II. E. Samuel is visiting her non, Tne remains of Mr. David Stephens, zleeome of his deputies the first thing he that her entire bonded debt and acrued Dr. F. W. Samuel, and other friends in who waa killed at Rowland on Stlurday, knows. interest, in all about $400,000, will be set- Louisville. Dr. E B. Johni has returned were carried througn here on Sundiy, en DR. S. O. HOOKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. from a week's visit to Chicigo. Mr- - Bettie route to Madison county for burial. In Fleming county the prohibition law tled upon the same terms. Rev. Moses Rogers died at R.ver Head Fox and family removed to Cincinnati a penalty of from $100 to $300 for provides U. Price had his promising two year Saturday, aged 91 years. He had Rev. A. J. BraJy, of tho Citholic churcb, One man, .John Luman, had L. its violating old "Swariz'' on exhibition lant week. He enough cases against him to run hia fines served in the Methodist ministry far 70 has gone to Northern Michigan to seek reis indeed a very fine colt and has all the up to $3 000, sufficient to keep him in jiil years, and wis a direct dependent of John lief from hay fever. Misses Jane Faulkner ne:essary elements of a greU 'MJCCKNSOHNTO W. II. IIIMUI.VSw trotter EJ 1 ten year, if he has to work it out at a Rogers; who was burned at the stake in and L'zzie Walker are visiting Mrs W. K Bishop in naliefied is a good one. be diy. It begins to look like it is dangerous England in the 16th century. Argo. Mr. Richard Danlap, of Belton, We will continue to handle the justly celebratod and most uopular Don't forget the Louisville Southern Gov. RichardsoD, of South Carolina, Mo., is visiting his brother and sister, Or. to monkey with prohibition laws. railroad. Garrard can get the road if her COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Fall line of HARDWARE, has very rightly commuted to imprisonThe Rockcastle teacbeia are sound on ment for five years the death sentence of F. Dtinlap and Mies Miry Djnlnp C,l J. citizen will make justa J title tfiort. Call WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILA Fisher his returned from a visit to meeting l the court house and one at ING, &c. the question. At their Institute last week Oxey Cherry, a 12 yer old girl, convicted friends in Shelbyvillo. Mrs. M. C Tour a In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still place the OLIVER CHILL Bryantsville. Doii't neglect this matter, it a resolution endorsing the Blair bill was of. of tho murder of a child by ad- man and daughter left on Saturday on a PLOW in tho lead of nil others, where it justly deiervos to bo. Ask your is imp)rlant. fered and discussed and upon biing brough t ministering to it a dose of concentrated lye- - week's visit to friends in Shelby county. No stoel plow in the market We still have leaden skies. Even the neighbor in reference to its superiority. to a vote was snowed under unanimously. A battle with the Ute Indiana cecurred Mr. J. O. Green, of Huntington, W. Va . clouds, except white caps, have ceased to equal to tho IMPERIAL at a place six miles west of Ringely, Col has taken a ptrtnership with J, C Rirdin NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS Examine the BRINLE? COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In tho Oje white man was killed and several in the management of the Gilcher House. roll across tbe face of the heatens, leaving the sun to pour down hia blistering beams PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All Talmage's church haa 4 020 member. wounded. Eight Indians are known to Twenty-seve- n We need rain we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have upon the parched earth. persons were drowned have been killed. LAND. STOCK AND CROP The InlianB were forced any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. and nieJ it bad. while yachting on the Thames, Friday. to retire, and are said to have retreated to W. It. HcKI.VMOV, HiiICMtniui. Lucy Phillips, of Hmodnburg, Tramps threw Mrs Ililler, aged 03. inSamuel Merlin sold a nice bunch of the reservation and given up tbe struggle. to the cistern and robbed her house of $1, yearling mulea to II. A. Headley at $120 who is to be the art teacher for the next Col. L.D. Baldwin, Deputy Collector session at Garrard Female College, will r20, at Maple Grove, Minn. Carlisle Mercury. of Internal Revenue and Hon. W. T, per head. A riot at a colored church meeting at N. F. Berry sold 100 head of fat cattle have en exhibition at the College today, Jones, Representative-elec- t from Jessamine JOHN 1. DAVIB. JOB P. WATKIH Decatur, Ala , resulted in the killing of the & for 1 cents per specimens of her work. She is an old pucounty, have purchased the Jessamine to Kratz Co. for export 'of Miss Orie Sinedley, so well known deatbp. They will aveiage over 1,600 lbs. pil town marshal and two other Journal, at Nicholaaville, for $2,500 It ia pound. "Lexington Gszilte. All tbe A dentist at Princeton gave Mr. Rind at Dmville and Harrodsburg Col, H. Milburn McCartv, expected that Sterling Alexander, living near Wolf patrons and friend of lite College are rechloroform before pulling her tooth and she Asitant Secretary of State in Gov. Knolt'e Creek, has 9 acres in grapes and will ehip quested to attend died from the t fleets cf the drug before getCabinet, will become editor of the paper. ting out of the chair. this year 10,000 pounds. He sold them at Mirses Carrie Woods, Sallie Eikin and Doalors In Breckenridge Newa. Matthew W. Pinkerton has instituted 6 centa per pound. Ella Polk, graduates of the session of '86 UARRIAQES. suit in the Chicago circuit court against Kra'z shipped from our depot Wednes- and '87 at Garrard College, have been eme, Horace Reynolds and Mien Mat tie Mont- day 257 cattle, bought of J. C. Caldwell, ployed Wm. A. Pinkerton, of Pinkerton'a National lo teach during the next collegiate Detective Agency, to recover $50,000 dam gomery, of Lincoln, eloped to Aberdeen, O. Tine Cook and othera at $3 50 to $4 15. year. Mrs. Balle Burnside and Mies Mariand were mirried last week. ages for alleged libel. Tboy ran in weight from 1,500 to 1,673 on Wolford will have charge of Iho music William Burke, aged 23 and a son of Harper haa ordered an exquisite and Mr. Henry Erans and wife will class. pounds- .- Dinyille Advocate. costly monument of pure white marble to the man who married Mm. Frank Owsley, eis.in also have charge cf the sima departments Tne 2'JI exhibition oi me be erected over Ten Broeck'e grave. It haa obtained license to marry Miss Mary County Fair will be held at Btrd'town Sep as last year. Oi tbe whole the faculty is a will be of cottage design, seven feet 2 inches Margaret Snow, a damsel of but 11 sum-mer- (ember with an unusual liberal list of good ono and deserves the patronage of our high, surmounted with an urn. The date premiums. Secretary A. R. Cirothera has people. Mr. Heat Owsley, of Chicaco. well- of Ten Broeck'rf birth, death and famous our thanks for an invitation and a compliRELIGIOUS. known here, waa married last week to Miss records will be inscribed on it. mentary. Lina, daughter of Cuter HuElsom will preach at WiL Kav. P. O. Montgomery, he 0en county man Joe Williams, of Cincinnati, bought of next Sunday nf who shot hia sweetheart, Miss Kitson, in a dson of the same city. The ceremony was sundry Madison country raisers. 210 cattle, low Grove Bcbool-Houifitof jealotuy, three months ago, and was performed at Trinity church, New York, running in weight from 1 450 to 1,600 lbs, ternnon at 1 o'clock Itsy. Benjamin Urton closed a meeting lodged in jiil at Louisville to prevent a immediately after which the pair left for an at 3 to 4 cents. At Mrs. HeatbamV sale - PIC4LIC1 IK European tour. at Benton Baptist church with '23 additions lynching, is endeavoring to Btarve himself corn in crib brought $2 50 and in the field Drugs," Books, Stationery and Harrodsburg Democrat There were 70 in attendanco at tho to death eince the wounds that be inflicted Register. $2; wheat 63 cents Hairodsburg eeeins tp be an unpopular Preibyterian Sunday school Sundiy, a ranuy oui on the young girl havo proved fatal. He M. T. Threkeld bought of Dr Kyle, most gratifying increase. Prof. A, S. Pax-to- u place for preacher. Elder II. T. Wihon, Mahas not touched food for ten days. 40 hogs from 150 to 200 pounds, at wan chosen Assistant Superintendent of the Christian, and J. J. Ciisbolm, of the rhvlclani' PMMrlptlonauccuraU'ly compouudoJ. A Kansas City piper sent inquiries to - AUo jor Campbell bought 18 bead of 1,200 lb ' nn iji iiiijiCi.V Presbyterian church, have both tendered irn prominent democrats in Missouri and Kan--a- and J. J. McRoberta Treasurer. The school cattle from the Shakers, for which he paid .MAMI'.K 9..lui.'Ttut i fSS Ll&4'iWi will hereafter meet piomplly at 9,15. their reinations. .Al''llllirtl(Uii.M " tAK.. k. asking their preference for President. 111-3 cent. Robinson & Huguely havo driv-e- o WIT People wbo are going to renovats their From Missouri 270 democratic replies were The sale of chickens and ezgi will in a thriving trade in breeding ewes quite received, 251 of them being for Cleveland, crease in our county now, that Canter's for sometime They have sold in Ibe last dwellingH this autumn will be able to buy The Largest Stock of Watob.es, Olooks, Mh V Twi1wv nMil Clllvavm flTO uu iHlimnmB UOVTOIIJ 3 for Thurraan, 1 for Wade Hampton and Chicken Cholera Care baa boen introduced two week 1,200 ewe, at prices ranging wall paper cheap. Tnls is because of the " the real scattering. In Kansac, 32G domo here. It haa cured alt to which it haa been from $2 50 to S3 and have 500 on hand dissolution of the "pool" by which the man- Ever bought lo tbli market Price Lowar than ufacturer!) controlled tbe industry and lli Lownt. Watohf, Cloeki and Jewtlry K- crate answered aa follow;: Cleveland 306, given and ia very popular with our poultry for which llisy paid $2.40-fHarr- ods palifxl oo itioit notice and Warranted. regulated pric:a, raisers. Sold by McRiberts A Stagg. Tl utman 7, Hill 0, remainder scattering. burg Democrat. 3imi-8Hechl- B $nierior$imrnaI f.c-lor- d t still-hotis- eiter-tainme- BUY ol nd .... GROOBBIB camr-foHow- zra coflee-coolers- 1 life-wo- rk T. R. WALTON I cem-eter- half-colu- ! i ) s; MAIN" & SOMERSET STS., A.TVr GETTHE r - BEST- - t WALSH, THE TAILOR, lormn avkshi; i LOXJISVIXiIE, P. 0 be-lie- EXCLUSIVELY. I, HOCKER & BRIGHT, to-d- ay. WATERS & DAVIS, MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. STANFORD. KY 09, JLj -- e 8 91IMY, (ek&Si .,.? ii 4 PHARMACIST, 4. riibic. s, JEWELER. V M& ly I wow miHwwwwmiwi KILLED. fTHmj"Jl'"".Z.''T"" "Z",'. ' - - ' - 'i ii imnnnniiiiii imiyawKtwiwiiMT imii-w- N.w cml for oil cook tn Tn! O V Clii'jiirlch, "Palls," DAVID STEPHENS The Woman land loll Kate il Kiw ' iv,iu tNi:ni;,vit. Stan fon, Ky., August 30, 1387 A mono the Imi uflijul no nof (Ijv. Knott wa the appointment of Mr W P. Grime t M. O. WALTON. - Uualnoua ManivRor. j'latlce of the peicr. TltltKi: conductor, one engineer and two lirakeiuen were dicliHrged at one fell ewoop from thia division lat week and a ondtic tor and engineer ii'pn te d, for violation of I. Mall A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tiin going " Norm. rstuttt ,utli Norh ... biyriiM Irani" ' ' .12 39 1 3i 1 r. m. r. f T 150 rte.OTrl calculated on standard time. Bolar imI atioiit 20 lutnulr luUir Ii M. A. kt A. rule. A n lm been K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. 7.20 A. if. 8.54 p. m, rrltn IteturnltiK, leatrlrsat IUjwl.nl at3 nul Gand LOCAL Fort Hill, Hjvell county, and Simnol M. Humble appainte.l potiuiiter. Miry L. Brock has been appiinled putmniter at the (Hade, liturel county. 'I lie colored peopl o' the Bjneyville nelghborhooil have forme I a stock fir an- a)clntion, with S Wood, president, J. M. Broadu, eecretarr and (t. W. Boone, treasurer, nnd will hold their tirt exhibition on Hepteinher Vt h ami lClh. etahlihed at MTICE3. I!fV jour ocliool bjok nml kcIiooI mip (iliei (row A. II. Penny, Abic your grocer for the Cincinnati Co.'k cracker and cake. W atuiikv mid Jewelry repMred on ohor aotiro mid warranted by A. H. Penny. A comi'I.ktk utock of jewelry, luti-x- t tyle. Itockfortt watche a tcinlly. A, It, Penny. Tiik firm of Psnny it McMUter iiauni! dlitoWfil, the urcoiuilM lire ready for fettle mm l, Come lit once and retlle. You may !TB coM. PERSONAL. jj Miw Stephen Hijhoii i "pending the dile wtek nt Crb Orchard. Tiir. director of the B Mding it rfivin,' Miti!. Wii.i. llAYrt an! Kon. of Hryanlv Association filled (he meaner in the hoard Title, are viKiiinit relitiyt") liere. occaaioned hf the re'inntion of Capl. Mlfrr I.UIK AND Fa.N.NIeHi'ITMAN, Frank oec ing Mr. J. C. Fior of Litieixier, are viiiin friends' tirro. , ence in hi stead a director .tnd Mr. II. J. Jilt. 11 K Hi ATT Mid wife, of Kjekcv-t'rDirst a vice president. There are several are visiting friend in (hi oountr. for loin, hit a number of applicition Mih .ui.a Williams ha returned im lie d tted by lilting other frotnn wieV viflt to fr end nt M'. Ver- KxruiwtoN In order lo wive everybody a chance to en the rait exhibition of "Hume I'nder Nro" at Cincinnati, General Ticket Agent, 8 F.B.Morse, advertises a cheap excursion for next Saturday when the Mru from here to the ( teen City and ru turn will be but i'2. Ticket gotxl over all regular running that day and to return on a special liaving Civinctnn at 11:30 same llrribr cn nr-w- non. 15. i Mil. J. I'ATitKK. cf Jackson, wa here .Sundtr Itmkini; nfier Hlotlke offfiiK Governi r' Bll at Crab Orchard icial. Sprin, hnge 'H ir, notwithstanding Mk. and Mm II. J. McKdheiito are f.o governor put or preiit wih there, nt litiii lh-- ir iitir, Mri Minie Dunn it even (t li Givei.s, though he Hnriintvill couple oime nhng next day Sixty-fou- r ISi.d. John Hkm. Umo.N' f attending dinced nt nnce in llie larto dining room a reunion if hi family at hi father' house that hid been oteied for the purpose, near iIrrolbitii;. while the who'c plce swarml with peoMtt and Mks W K McW'Ke, of ple An elegant free supper wt served Lotiisvil'e, are 'peuOias n while at their and everybody had a good time. farui in thi C'Jimlr. Tin: New York and Pniladelphi CoinMiw J. J. Mcilomnry ami Djllie, ing and Merchan' Tloring Agencr of Jno. l who tmre. bseri Tiitin 'ri in MtJion, H.Crjig&Ci, with Brjwnmg, King & litre retiir led hone. Co., Wanamaker Brown and Jacob t O. W it S. l'ucxer. of the KedVS)n, ctltr to the trade 1,000 forVet Kid, two of nir bet tibfcrH)er, eign and domestic fabric lor men's fall and were in town yelrday. winter trousers and overcoat. Kich .Sn-e- . John IKii. of Im bien garment nils, cut and mde by the fine.--t artists nnde deputy U H Mrtitl in place of and guaranteed to fit perfectly or no sale. Itobtrt Hii.he. -- llapmer Regulation full drca suits a specialty. Mu Mm. J W. of . their wint tw known nnd shoeing proporty securiiv. the JM Kii-fcan- f I Hood's friend came lo fathtr, Mr II. H Wither', Friday. resoue last week and replevied the hi Pit i A S. Paxto.n went up Hr amount of his tile, $150, and he was releasbourviMe ye.ier.hy in the intereit of hi ed from Jul. II j says that be sold the Cilleue, whic1! open next Monday. whisky on physicians' prescription and Midi MahyMcKinnkv, of S nford, that it wis nt hi own request that he wa i with Mir Minva Phelp, nt Dreiming eent to the cilibaose. Heoouldhave givRegister. Creek IMirhta.-fK.cbtuo- nd en bond, but considerable excitement had -- C. H IIohto.v, n( Jelliro, it filling been raised over the matter and he prefer Mr J H II bb' panition while he work re that course. If Mr. Hood's statements the 3 I triok" in indipttcher' oftice to u be true, 1m hi been a badly tirpj MKMR. (5. M. Coortit and Jtnc in in. fiererance went to Llilisville fcjiindtr to The cl.ue of the new revenue bill addn ion in th Inii'e of It Knott A ing G per cent, to all taxes not ptid by SepKanf. tember 1, has cau-e- d the payer to lbck lo N. A Rii'HAitlMON h purchased Surifl Torn Xewiand with the spoudulicksi property in Ijituirili nml will make hi His receipts alone h'ive average I $1,000 a home then in th iin:r. Willisnuhiri; day for a wetk, beside he has three depuTime. ties at work in as many precincts. Mr. Mils". Cot, it M. Ciano, who ha been Newland (ells u that our people at least Ti'itim: Mf. K. T Ituhnter and other have ll j eprfat retson tooppisn the new relative here, returned BUtirdny to her avenue law on account cf increase In the ioin I)illa,Tx. amount they have to pay. The excen of I'hk editor of thi ptperleft yesterday S. ate tax in the county over last yctr is to et'end tie inMiicural ccrenionie nt but l 000, the total being 21,000 this Frankfort to iliy. lie will visit Cincinnayear against f'23 000 last. ti and Lutvillfl before he return 'Inn following received yesterday from a Mus J. it Waiuien ha returned from n vtit to her on, Dr. J. W. D.iwon, at lady in Missouri will be of interest to many Cleveland, (). 8he cay Uncle Jimmy jof our reidere: Mr anlMrs.CyiiM Park, fooled tier hick by writing that he wat of Lberty, Mo , gave a novel dining recent Iv in honor of Mis Lulu McKinney, of nick Mit and Mas DitmciNiuixir. Jonis SlanfcrJ, K. The dining was appropri will leave for their home in Hi. Louia to- alely termed "A Cjbb dinner," aiall presday. M hh Ieie itfid w4ll accompany ent were grandchildren of Jesse Cobb, Sr., them fir the purple of ntteuding rchool who was the father of Richard Cobb, 8r., now of Stanford, Ky. There was repre(he comine eeion Tiik Stanford delegation in atleodance, sented, Mr. Richard Cobb, in the person of both belle and beaux, made Rood the his grand daughter, Mis Lulu McKinney; C aim of CVniril Kentucky that nowhere Mr. Anna Cabb Merrill, by her crand-son- , can be found more oodlookinf( women Prof. J. A. Merrill, Mrs. Deborah Cobb White, by Miss Mary Frailer; Mrs. Mary and minly rnei than in thi. (ectioa. tl rep rt of ths 0 wer i n'i Cohb Stofer, by Mrs Mary Trimble; and Courier Jo ir.i Mr Je Cibb, by Miss Jesie P.irk. The Btll. Mh. K C. Vt:uut, wife, mother nnd gathering was as enjoyable a unique and plater, of Penmylvnnin, have arrived and one to be long remembered. taken tho Judge Hailey house until Capt Elopkment When lovers get it into Ed itocheier eivea them poMesslon of his their heads to marry they alw.iys mantigo placa in December. They bought it ome-ag- to consummate their desires, nolwithstand for $7,600. Mr. Welsh looks liko he ing the opposition of parents, locksmiths or will make a capital citizen. whatnots. Pretty Misj Mattie Kngleman Mit. W B. Walton, our faithful job and Mr. Frank Itiut are the lateit to prove printer, left yeterday for a viait to his the truth of this often proved eWtement. Mr and Mre. A. W. Walton in old List Friday she left home for a visit to rel Virginia Thee ood old people wilt be atlves at HarroJsburg and he told her good aimoat nx much delighted to heir how well bye in a ctreiesi way down town, but manho Manila in the estimation of everybody aged to clip up to the depot and go with here n to balio'.il him nsaia in the ilenh. her as far as the Junction Djring this short ride their plans were formed and Mr. LOCAL MATTERS. Rout roturneJ to Stanford. The next day Oi.iveii Cnilled Plows and extra at he went to Hirrodsburg, after getting portllxkerBrisht'n. ed by those who had tried the TennesFoil Salt:. A biigy, nearly new. Ap see roule to a Qretna Green, aud the next lime ho is heard from is by a telegram to W. P. Walton. from Winfiold to Mr. John Englennu an Tiik LincAiter colored club beat the nouncing his nnrriage to hi daughter. It Stanforda 13 (o 'JO Friday evening in a game took him and raoit everybody else by surof ball on tbu public school grounds. prise, for it was not known that they were m The Male and Female Heminary will lovers. They returned yeiterday and are open Thumlay, September 1, and I would nppirently a happy m turtle dovei Mr. urge upon parents the Importance cf hav- Itout is a capable and industrious young ing their children attend promptly on that man and his bride a verr lovely young ilnr. MIpb Mattie Paxton will areist me lady, and tho twiln will stsrt life tojether during the lesdon 8 J. Pjllism, Princl j with the heartiest gool wijhei of their friends. pal Itr.LnA9EU.-- Kl j 1 nc-ce- Ft Jfph, and McLtrrrn, Mo., arrived on a villi to her pi Raise a Set tie it With Pistols. Another killing ha been milled to the long list In this county, John Pyne kill d Diyid Stephen Hit unlay at afternoon, i'he trouble seems to have been brewing ever since last spring, when Mrs, John CrutcbGeld, a daughter of Stephens, began to abuse Mr P.yne and nccust her of numerous tllor.. to lnjnr her aud her premires. She finally uot out a wirrant charging Mr. Payne with throwing litter in her yard, hut it neyer amouoloJ to anything. The trouble batweeu the women continuing, Mr, Payne went to Crutcbfield'a and tried to reason with them to stop. In stead, CrutcbGeld grew augry and went for his pistol, but onlr returned as far as the door. Tnen he and bil wife cams to town and swore out a warrant against Payne, but they recalled it before it was served, Doc Stephens, a brother of Mrs. CrutcbGeld, had frtiiently l.ksn a hand in the mre) and a few weeks ago Uked very dirty and abudve lHiiguagu towards Mrs, Psynr. Stephens lives in Garrard and Saturday cime over pretty well filled with whisky He went lo Psynn's and demanded of her the whereabouts f her husbtnd, saying he intended to blow a hole through him large enough for a dog to jump through. When Payne returned his wife and other told him of the thnirs. He was sitting in bis yard when old man Dtvid Stephens came along and said some pretty rough things to him, when lie told him to piss on, ai he wanted no trouble with him Pretly socn Djc S ephen rode up on a mule and began to fire at him He shot twice before I'aynn could get at his piitol ai I thsu getting his mule between him and Payne Gred three mire shot. David Sliphen then cxir.e up nnd isoing to Die got a piit',1 aud mi v.tneed toward Payne, who thinking he was acting n peacemaker, let him get with in a fesr feet ol him, when Htepsen, with hoth hand on hi wiMpjn, t ok aim and llreil ai mm twi?t. Pivne 1'ea let loose at S:eptien and shot him in the thlgti mid in the left aids, jlU bilow (he heart, Kigh( shots nere tired in all nnd the trangn put of it i the Stephense, who are notwl for their 1:001 unrksuiansbip, failed to hit their mark i hey seem to have been Mine I at hi htiid insid of hi body, n the bullets that buried theui'elve in the hoii'ei were in a line jtnt above a mwi'ri height. Stephens lived about 10 minutes, but before be died he akedthit his boots bo removed, saying: 'There were eleven brothers of u. ten have died with their boots on and 1 do not wih to die in mine." Immediately after ilia all ray Payne came to town and delivered himself to Judge Varnon, who placed him under guard and Gxed his trial for yesterday at 10 o'clock The Commonwealth was not ready, however, and it was continued till the hour The facts obtained in this article were gotten from Payne and several of (he witnesses nnd will no doubt ba verified nt the trial. Tnn sympathy of his neighbors is entirety with Payne, who seems to he a quiet and peaceable man. The Stephens; on the other hand are quarrelsome, and evidently brought the trouble ontbem selves. The dead man was about CO years of age and had lived in this connty a nura ber of years beforo going lo Garrard, the presnt home ( f his family. Row And The Men R-lc 1 I oiler for sale, privately, my mldeneo on Ttnus insde known on application. Jl. V. HAVM'I.EY. 219 to 227 W. Jofforson, 220 W. Market, 1H1 WMIMI v FA 11.11 FOK NALI2! t oner for tale my frra of 110 acres on ths I'lknanil im Dlx Hirer. Uool dwelt ng houto. well wutireil, well unproved, tins goo I anil It iltslrablo generally. Call, exainlix) amlgst lerini. ALKX. IHl,TXVtsA II', I.an-c-slrJ XiOUITlX.IiIi;, KY. K y. 257 CI. sunfonl, Those who like to save money should not lail .to give us a trial. Truly the wonder of this century. Florence Washing Machine, "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. I Ihto bought the rlht to sell the Florence Wtiblng MaiMneacd am now prepared to famish all who way with to aavn their clothes fro si the tubbing and tearing incident lo the old proem ol winning Take one and try It and be ennr luted. I'll not worrv you about buying uuleja you are lully latlaflfdaatulti merit. 31. ' EI.KIK, Headiurterat S. b. Myen' itore. CO FOIt NALK. HOTEL AND LIVERY STABLE IN BUHOIS, MCnCEIt COl'NTr, G KY . Tneawured Junction of tho Cincinnati Southern and Loulir tile Southern ICtllroadi, now occupied by J. H. Dlckcrson. In only property In the town aultabto lor lbs l.tlslnem literal If not sold toon will rent it for a term of and Tcort. ror inrormailou ltiulrt-o- o K0 III c K Zi'U. .. or JAJlK-- i r SVU.3IA X, Ilurgin, Ky TIIK MM IlKSrAIJK.Wr NEW ENGLISH KITGHEN, OEO. W. HINESLE Y. Prop., 408 JEFFERSON ST., LOUISVILLE. Wo will be bettor prcparM lhu over to accom -modate visitors to tho tiioMtloa this yesr. ltitct very redouble md eterythln new and clean. Orxnday nnd nlgbt Urgently furnished rooms. Location In tho heart nt the lly. i'fi- - It O 0 Ul W c 0 WALLACE &C0CHRAN 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., CO H THE GENTS' FURNISHERS ami aod'ts rim tiii: IN!I.iXAPOMS UUADItY. FINE FAJU1 FOIt SALE! I town rrlrately. my faim sdj lining th of lluitomllie on Manlord pike, tiald f;rm t tnr sale, ii:hchat -- Ttii.oie, COMMIX N ABOUT UO ACKJiS, I'ok I haro rccuiTI and still rHeUing- - 1'oUom Lind, ol good t and ljwplllni!. goal llrn and other out ImlMin?. There are several Slnris Mercnant Mill, National Hank, and two llourlihuu ttihoo1 in tin- - town, th l'eople geucrous and Hoipltab.u i'or lurther Information call on or id Ik-p- i . .V. V. A 1. 1, EX, iualltr, ill under good f.iicc, moitl rail oli dar and loiust. nir rotticu More or less of Hanging Kew Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising th bo'l in the market, htch will be Qotton TJp in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country ".-- It J.J,.tljl.r-..-. or Glr 131. Tie a Trial. HusiunillleKy. . O. RTJTL.S-Y- THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL COIt. S.ND .V JFFI'KKSON ST8 , si) WEAREN LOUISVILLE, KY., VAN P. IYOX, Prop. - - Stroot Cars pass tho Ilotol for all Dopots, The Exposition, Bace Courso, and all placot of intorost. Spocial ratoa to Merchants anl Commorcial k MENHFEE, uvru:, Mon, !?-. ii2it i),vy. Kit? FJilECI' HilbIj maiden ramo Kriili, court-hom- e committee has contrail-e- J with a Cincinnati Grm o cover the cu-la of the building with corrogated iron, put 011 new dial on the clock, etc. The work was rendered necessary by the rotting away of siuia of the wood and the conte quent endangering of the building and the valuable time piece. Mr. Mick Huflman is in charje of the work. The dials will be of a character thut they can be readily rend at double tho distance that they cm nnw. p The h'iii:iii: is widow EX , ur oihir ircnileniHn. and name, n ualire ol Kiel, liolateln rruiila. raid to bo a tcrident of Stan ford. Mnrolu ccunir, Kentucky, or Ik r ilrK-ond- . aula, are rcquosted to add rets the undo sUiinl on account 01 n will and In Do It.incj Horn hrlodiand, now known under hi Theiie will be a uame of base ball in the Public School lot this afternoon between a At W. It. llrad field A Cu 'a Hone Excha'go, nine picked from the men who played b KY.. SKIT. 15, 1SS7, fore tho war and the Inteiiioii Journal LKXINUTON, Mink. The public is.'cordialiy invitea. 12 o'clcck, lharp. Lunch at 11:30, At I AM selling all kinds of family groceries John II h at a yery small margin. I do a cash business and of course my prices are little Closing lower than will be offered elsewhere. S. S, otlil-boall- Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Suro ys, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, niecuicncurir, iieriuanr s, Tlli:oi) ntll IV A MY. A' VOKy, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, :51.1m. J.ouUtllle, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve PUIILK'SAIjUOP hides is larger and more complete thanf ever,' beJERSEY CATTIiE! fore, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- marrirl to an Amrrlran Widow Fllcgeiier Wallace, of Lilu2ton. Ky . en account will nuke n All of work giiimiiileoil as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sHl you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. IS.UKEEX.AKt.. outSaleoftheFboDldallEerd WEAKEN & MENEFEE. HiiNtoiiYlilc, Ky. Myers. Tiik opening of the Female College is twit milk and butler tamtllei, Including Seven Tented postponed till next Monday, when it is them are L'oirn and thilr utr.prinxa. auiod; MtfiirlfM, St. I.timUcrtu, St. Mitten, itajnhit, hoped there will be a full attendance. Heller. Stiver ami tomtit Jtitjah tf Itlotern ttieio been orlered at seldom, II CTtr, Im Its last saloon licene ha expired and sale aacholo a lot of Jerey cattle iual in public palut Somerset too has fallen in the column of of IndlTidual irerlt and The cows and heifers In calf hare, been served by tho "drrs " choice hulls of Mfxrt, Nt. Heller, ntuUe VoiImHiI and oilier lopular stratus, for In ancient times kissing a pretty girl was alogucs.wnlcn are now ready, addicts JO II Ml.Lexington, AI,I.AVE, a cure for headache. It is difficult to imKr.,Or ir. J. Auctioneer. Frankfort K prove on aome of those old time remedies t. Cot.. K. V. Kduo.nso Lancaster Examiner. AI-lilte- And W.J. Chtnn. of Frankfort , Ky , will aell a choice ielectlen from hi herd. There, will le offered about 45 heal ol highly bred animal, of Ihe Queen and Crescent Route. Orloans and Toxas Paolflo Railway.) (Cincinnati New i" Shortest and Quickest Line to ew Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, On hi, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. KKAI DOWN. TltAINHfOUVIl. Ho.l. No.X Dally Ex. tiun, 4 Cllll, WJ-3- ItKAD VV. TATH)Nd. Dally. No. o SpencerF Btird, the deceased eccre tary of the Smithsonian Institute, Is the Dr TIIEKHSrUCKY No. S. i. author of more than 1,200 books, pamphlets and publications of various kinds. Elder Evans, of the Shaker community at New Lebanon, Columbia county, X. Y, has just celebrated his 85th birthday. For 55 years he has abstained from eating and fljsh. fi-- AKrlciiItural aud Mcchuuical nally. 1120 7 85 a in Dallr. Dllj. L'tc. .1 ritAlNd.NOKTH, No. 4. Xo.l0. Dallr. Kx. Jiun Dally. 10 No. 0. Dally. 0 40a m 3 43 a m 2 23am Association. f Aug. J!l. JL JtO. LEXINGTON, KY. 7 SO i m II fit 12o5pin 9 lOp in 1 15 6 53 6 IS pui 8 25 JOS pull 8 4 'J 30 p m J 15 10 00 pui1 am 03 p tu 9 00 p m' pui it indnu.iil ... ..'rr CXllllItull .. . . m a in a IU a Id r, i! y 30 is a i? a m Jiioituiii City in nil )jkdle rtojte 6 4.' m 3 15 m 1 33 p m 7 .. . . Mia w a ui 30 in CO 'tr The Agricultural Department estimatie 11 15 pm l.'ve lOlOhUii 835 pm COMPETITION OPEHJO THE WORLD, A'it 5 30 p m ,i 6 15 ui that 10,000,000 acres of forest are used year2 45am ,L're 10 40 a m II 25 p in J 55 p m ly in this country for fuel and lumber. BnecUl trains at reduccl rale on all Railroads. 4 20 p lu ..... .ISO a in A'rr km 7 15 pm il 25 n Ul 7 II p in Vl'lllt 1 53 p Ul Fire, it is estimated, destroy abont 10,000,-00- 0 'lira IlaecH Each Dan. 11 15 p lu 12SSd ui . lO'n a m t 31 i til' 6 10 n ml acres more. The forest area of the Cur m li miu'i ir.ilm. Mann Uoudolr Hurtel countrv is lois than 150 000,000 acres, but which la the leading failure, will he oion in all 11. COLLCltiN, Gen'l Frt. A Past. Agi. JOHN C (1AUI.T. nea'l Slnu.gn. Its grandeur on tut) tlist day, and aurpite all pre young forests grow up rapidly. r.. CAi;iu)i.t.,uu. 'iiji.pt. Tious occasions Cine mull, Oc'i. I'ouiti ip.-t, Sim Jones told on audience at Round Ueceral Olilccs. rit Paul HullJint;, '.V AIKUISNIOM Like, New York, "I can get along with on Vo ndmliilon will he charged to ladies, or chilold sinner; I can bear patiently with a poor dren under 12 Jiais, on the llr.t day. Kemciiibcr tho drunkard; but when a church member beGRAND MILITARY COMPETING gins to apologiz) for his meanness and gets DRILL. ..o.jEIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND IN5TKUUI UKt.i"- -msd beciuse he is told of his faults, it On tho first day by Knights or Tythlis, Knl jbt Anrlcultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Ennlneerlnn, Classical, Normal any cf Templars and titate (luardr, pacers will atlempt makes me sick at my stomach. If llrowu Hall and other uottd School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. you get mad at what I am saying just come to lower tho stallion rccoid oi the stcoud day. For lurther iuforuia' Ion, aildresa COl'NTY AlTOlNTEKS Urri:iVKI IIIIJ13 III' Tl'lTIIW- .up like gentlemen and ask my pardon nnd Pres., Fall term beeint SEPT. 14, 1007. For CATALOGUE and other information, addrcts JIAJ. V. I. .ItHtXNOX, I2)i-i- d TUON. h. JUAKTI., Secretary. JAMES K. PATTERSON. PH. D LEXINGTON, KY. I'll forgive 70U." Nobody apologizjd. . .. 30, 31Jkpt.1,2, S3, a in 1 10 a m n in 12 7 00a ui 8 S3 B ui 10 00 a ui 1 10 ....... lUpio 3 50 to p a m m'Ai'r. Chattanooga. L't Cluiuiiooga. V'rv . 1re 'rr 5 S 1 I." 10 7 15am p m IU "Mi in 35 p 4 25 a in 6 55 a m 8 20 a m 4 Ha ui m 6 pm III 7 10 p m 0 45 p in II 00 p m THE FLORAL HALL, 4 pm c .IS v m 4 30 p in . A'rv i UO p in New Orleaus L'ti 9 00 ui .. Mrrdlaii . A'rv 4 no n in . . . A rv l" 33 a m Ihi 7 21 a ui . . .' .."u ui MuLro .... in 80 i in .fhr. v.'iKtrt Ar'v Atlaula hirmlnnhsui., I'tif aluoa ., Yora Meridian MrrldUn Akron.. 4$ a m XU 10 8 3U p 10 am 8 12am 6 40 a m 4 45 am 3 30am 3 20 a m 950p ni 7 30 a ui 7 10 pm 5 3) pui 10 pm 1 ritin: TATE GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. - ii I - I, I rsZZ 9 in r 1 r Drnnkenntu or the Liquor Habit Poiltirely Mr. Streotor, whoso book on ronrln LABOR AND LABORERS. Cured by administering Dr. Haines' contains a rich storo of Information on tho Ooldon Specific. Tiicnn aro 00,003 colorod Kulghta of La.As prim as a Illy In somo quiet noofc, modern llshories, keeps a number of It ran be git en In a cup of coltco or tea withSho sits by herself, with her slato 01 her boo'i, schooners employed in icarlmg on tho bor. out tin' knuwit'ilui'o! tlio person tnkliiK It t Is And boars with an ar patro iiini?iy r Is Dakota tho Knlghtu nnd farmers comAustralian coast. Ills little licet was nlnoliitt'ly harmless and will effect a oonim Ttia voices of other sweet chiMron at specially built for tho purpose, undor tho bine uvnt and speedy cure, whether tho patient Is a Demurely sho sighs, by which you infor moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. superintendence of nn Kngllsli nnval oni Dahded wiro Is in great demand all over That such romplnz and merriment are not (or cer, who also directed Its tlrst operations. tho West. Thousands of drunkards have been made Urn prr.-umen who imvo i.skcii lionirn Spcclnc her; Mr. Btrcctor'a vessels havo uot only The Kentucky Knights will form a State in nun lomu wmiuui mrir Knowledge, and Uut somo ono's heart whispers that shots her believe they quit drinking of their own but thoy Assembly. worked on tho old fishing-groundpearl, free will IT NKVKU FAILS. Tho stem gtrU havo made successful prospecting voyages ITor Ilttlo home-bodher SenvcYs have been mado for largo glnss once liniirrcnated with tho Mneclflc it hcromo- Sho "plays tea" nlone by a sofa or chair, for tho discovery of now haunts of tho works nt Hoyeroford, Pa. nn utter Impossibility for the lli)unr appetite to ' exist, for full Itoclts baby to sleep with a matronly air, pearl oyster. Uis agents havo also introWithik a month MOO Knights of Labor SPECIFIC CO.,particulars, address (H)1,I)KN Then sews by tho cradle. With glasses on, sho duced tho uso of tho diving-dress- , ono of 185 Kaec St., Cincinnati. O, charters havo been Issued. A pocket edition of granny would be. tho chiof advantages of which Is thnt it Steam nnd hydraulic pumps of nil sizes When mothor looks careworn, nhl quickly sho completely docs away with tho peril from sees, Hut, notwithstanding this, tho ore In great demand in tho South. s wilt sharks. And Unous how a trvr soothing Turin: aro threo successful old method. seem still to hold tholr own In please, tho lleet, and most of tho work is still dono concerno in New York with a capital of Then In that doar lap lays each soft, shining U0O.O0O. bv naked nativo divers. curl: A movement Is to be mr.de to ndvnn&o the In tho Tones Strait, whero thoro is tolSho's mother's own comfort, her girl. erably good weather nt oil seasons, tho wages of women engaged In pearlers work nil tho year round. (So they in New York. When tt.lll;ht has mullowed the loud playA onsA? deal of now tcxtllo machinery Is nearly all do along the coiut now, but aro time din, compollod to uso diving dresses.) Hut this being forwarded from factoriea to mills quietly nsks: "Arc the children all In?" She ft ....-L.k- 'f '. fishery depends almost cntiroly on tho shell East nnd South. Or, watching tho gate, when a fojtstcp comes A ttooTt many Northern coal miners nro for Its" profits, fur, though pearls nro found, near, going South in tho hopes of obtaining stead father; I'm so glad thoy are of very inferior quality. Sho whispers: . " lie's here!" Some of the best divers employed on ier employment. . u ui it, V.I ..si ' The jounost of shoulders, tho oldest of board of Mr. Streetcr'a ships coino from Tits South ISnltitnoro Car Company will heads ! the Sooloo Archipelago, botween Hornoo erect one hundred houco with corrugated Doos ny otio fcnow n wee darling who sheds n very roofs for Its caipioyca. and the Philippines, where thero is A joy and a sunshine, 'mid Ufa's tlrolcss suceo3sful native fishery. Hero the natives Cheat coal dovolopmcnU nro being made whirl, employ several ingenious devices for got-tin- g en tho Pacific coast, and largo vess 1 con her f Jhe mother's Bouiej-bodthe n ton out of water too deep for troe'.s havo boca given out. Bin. diving Ono of tho simplest of thoso is n Uoni Cooprr, in Harper' t JTwmj ftoplt. operators of Slatir.gton, Pa., Tub iclnd of wooden rako with long curved tiro discharging thoso of their employes teeth, which is sunt to the bottom by means who ere members of K. rf I.. PEAItLS. DIVING of a heavy stone, nnd then towed after n a The factories nnd the clumnc oonce, und hauled up occasionallv to bo ex vrea Pa , have Goms Aro Drawn from amined. The oyster lies on tho bottom of glets hgiving at Pitt: burgh,to '2 000 menstart How tho up, caipl 13 ment open, which cd tho son with his shell slightly tho Dopth3 of tho Son. s depositors In New closes with n grip like a vio on any thing England savings of tho arc wag banks In the world Is that is put mto it. Thus, if any of the teeth Tho oldest nnd their average depoa.ta aro Wot) rer which has been worko 1 from time Im- of the rak" enter tho opening of a shell, tho year. that memorial on tho bhorvi of Ceylon and the oyster seizes it ire mediately, nnd holds on VALr.vsis coal mines are being opened in oppoalto coast of Southern India; but, says to it till he is forcibly pulled off in tho boat. Virginia. One .DsTIBirVVproperty shows four workaoung pearl-diver- s not m.rcquently como A .. rial, at the a contributor in i'A.iifcer.' T i "k up with oysters gripping their lingers In ble veins aggregating a thickness of tweti m-Tpresent day tho region where tho pearling feet. I business is carried on most systematically this way. The older men know bettor how 1H nisrrel nnTtrxarlfi. Thill Tub glass factories which have Ix'on idle Itrcuilhixiwilcr wliolesoiuctic. A Moro pcououil Among tho ind und successfully lies more to the eastward, to handle tho shell with safety. for somo weeks undor tho ordln-r- x kln.l-- , nJ nn not lx iolo rule thin the in tho seas between tho northwestern coast Sooloo divers nro seme of riio best in the 11 lighting up their furnaces thu iiiultlliiJe of low tit .lior and re- comi'OUlon wild uliuiph-i- e of Australia on tho south and Uorneo and worid Mr Italics, Mr. Streetcr's agent, are aga work. Sropiii-tor- . weight slum or luwdnrt. S0IJ011I7 in suming ram, tho Philippines on the north. Visitors to on ono occasion saw a diver reach tho botllorALBAKixn I'owdkh C, 106 Will Slrii't. New York tho Indian nnd Colonial Kxl billon will re- tom at seventeen and a half fathoms (ono to A rinui'KAX conference is mxmi to lie held I take some member tho great pillars glittering with hundred nnd live feet), and many men can from foreignaction to protect Hritish trade coimetitiou. The Hritnh do 11 f teen fathoms, or, ns they sometimes mother-of-peashells that decorated one of the Australian courts. Thcso were some of call it, thirty- - that Is, "fifteen down and fif- manufacturers havo been woiking tins LOUIS SUI LUCE!., matter up for twelve months. tho "exhibits" of the northwest Austra- teen up." s The window glaas trade is quiot for the in tho Ami nea possesses Tho pearls them lian pearling industry. selves wore to bo seen In the samo de- West Indies and the Gulf of California; but time being nnd orders are plentiful. Man of the ufneturers report fair stocks but do not -- ay partment of the exhibition, tho gem at present tho best iearling-grounItlCIPUM. KKXTrt'KV. to the north of Aus- they are excessive, and tho prospects of the of the wholo collection being the world is tho natural cluster known ns tralia. Most of the pearls now supplied to trade are generally pretty fuir. curious Fhotograpbi in all st yl s and sizos. Tun recent plasterers' convention in St. Mr. the Kuropean market come from thero. The tho Great Southorn Cross Poarl. Btrecter, the greatest living authority on supply from India and Ceylon seems to linvo Louis changed its name of National to Inter- Pictures in India Ink Crayon nnd Wntrr Colors. such subjects, thus describes it in his ro fallen off, it is largely absorbed by India national. Hugh J. Donnelly, of Philadeli Mccanity published work on Pourls nnd Pearl- itself, vrhiro the numerous uative courts phia was elected president, aud i I'r Netr dsli-n- i aa t vrr low - ns is known, it occupies an alono absorb a coiiHiderublo quantity of Donald, of St. Louis, secretary. ing: "So f absolutely uni , position in the history of pearls. The old fisheries of tho Hcd Sen All tho indications in tho boot and shoo Price. pearl. It consists i ;. group of nine pearls, and the I'ersitn Gulf produce but little now. trade show that tho aggregate trunk; will naturally grown to. in o regular u The uorlhwi .t Australian coast and certain bo of unprecedented magnitude In Worcesif Food. in S3 manner ns to form an almost perfect Latin portion of tho Indian ArchijteUigo will ter County, Mass , the boot aud shoo deficit AND up to Juno 1 amounted to 100,000 cases. oross. Savon pearls composo the shaft, probably long be tho happy hunting-grounwhich measures an inch and a half in of tho jvarlor. A jicarl ucghing forty I'oit every f 13 worth of steel and cutlery Ulil nluiiyH liuyc 011 Iiuiul a liiruo imtl HulrcC lliu of l'lirnl length; while the two arms of the cross aro grains wab found in tho Montebello Archi-Ielag- o shipped from Sheffield to the States during on December M, l1,. This mag M$ prici'M wilt hit iih Iimv umniicIi HTin rtrit-- the table in I(ot strit, t am (nro 11111I I'lKlfrlaKcrV dioiiil-i- . formod by ono pearl on each side, almost opthe second quarter of last year fit worth (m, Uiw ui it irlul itiul 3011 posite to the second pearl, reckoning from influent pearl is of the ilncbt quality over was shipped during the same time this year. prfpurrd to train and lirrak liorvi ou rratonable KooiIm mil Ihi IhhikIiI In ili County Court day traJe wllcllp.! Kill lie coiivhicril lliul I loner tliuii llio Iimmi. tho top downwards. Tho componont pearls seen. It is pcricct in shape; ir.ul, it tnuy bo lhe hotcn steel works have orders for irnuj. 11. r.t iti'K.y TKii. uro of fine orient, and would be of good added, came from a very inferior shell. blanloid, Ky three mouths uheud. shape were it not that, by mutual compresGl.NF.Ktl. SErRF.TlKT P. .1. M (it me, of the THE PUMP SNAKE, sion during growth, they"havo becomo Carpenters' Hrothcrhood, is nt work slightly flattened ou their opposed sides; DlicoMTy of a I)h!i(u llcptlli Tlint Cun a tibulotl statement of th" number whilo somo of them, though round in front, ISu L'xcil to (iruat ,.ilaiilH;;i n of union uimI t men involved, drop shapes at tho back." aro distorted into In Central Dakota, on tho "Missouri botof each 8lri'.t and th.' bouellti LONDON, KV. vnluo it at ton toms," there exists, accordirg to u Mount suits achieved, and of all nnvom a.il m The owners of the cluster lit r.B.niLEY, Proiirlotor. thousand pounds; but experts hold thnt tins Vernon (L). T.) correspondent of the Chi- which subordinate unions ciigjgod during itutmm prieo is much too high. It was found in 1S74 cago Tntttnt, ono of Nature's strangest tho spring. Tlioroni-ti- l' lEoiiotulril mill Ilrfiir-iiNlir- it I'cvrpcrt 107:8 & Ulsslcslppi Vallsy C: atltooburne, near the uoadijuartoM of tho froukd. The bottlers term It tho -- pump Ks'm.Uii workmen ure being .suppu:iti 1'nro Australian rlshcry. llirouclioiii l'lril-rlii- i snakc " llow it came thoro and whero it in nearly all truth's by forcigm is The DY DAYLIGHT Pearling began on that coast not quito came from is yet unknown. It llrst made IHidou s are iu the hands of the ami rvnsonnlilo prlt'cs. liny mill nielli Throuah the CANONS ol NEW RIVER and aerou the Iwonty years ago, nnd, liko many great Its appeal tince in Emmons County in tho Germans, the mint ar mel by tittllto l'orfersor tills 11 rr.MiMirc J done b the the BLUE RIDGE. ....i..uimr and successful enterprises, it began in n spnug of "0. A pump-snak- e Dutch. Tho French aud Swiss aiv forcing popular IIiiiino. SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Ritortt ol the small way, At llrst, tho shells were incisures about hixteen feet in length and out the English very Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. waiter. Italians arc mu simply picked up on reefs loft dry at low about three inches in diameter. They aro nipulating the chop house, s with n few nativo of gregarious habits, roaming tho prairies can, seem to be sutitlled but the Aim n water; then finest smmzn climate in al'ehica. with their own diggers began to work in tho shallows in large herds, n3 many as threo hundred country. 3IAI.VST., lllCHJlO.Ml. Kr Obienatlon Cars Irom Kananha Falls to Chirlottf t iiiar the shore. Now tho work Is carried having been counted In a single Hock. In ill! A riMt i.tTio.v recently mado from auBhJ Breakfast to Supper) Irom April 1st to Decern MAKES ou In deep water by a considerablo number dissocting one of thoso reptiles thero is B. o:r 1st thentic listti of manufacturer showed that of schooners and other smaller craft which found n tubo which extends from tho roof tho Central West contains thirty three per iKoragool TatU'; ONLY SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS can venture out of sight of land in search of the jaw to the extremity of tho tail and cent, of clean anl room, tbl rrx roefs. Tho work can bo terminating in au opening. This tubo Is 01 tne the bhwit furuaeos and rolling mills A -iml ao auMrliir, ll furalahnl rooiiu attacb-l- .Holtl of iimpt cent L:ul:vllle, Cincinnati, and Lcxlnctcn, V"ri'atc-,rOrU- 7 carried on for only about six months of tho about tw inches 111 diamotor nnd lined with of the Liiittsl htatus, twenty nine kt twenty-seosUhliMimentu, year. The stormy season, with its occa- u tough, .Molding substance similar to rub- ven percent, of the essional hurricanes, puts an effectual stop to ber. Th" pump-suuk- e 1 is easily trained to tablishments, twenty-eigh- t r rent, of tho pearling, and at that period of tho year tho answer to the cull of man. Tho inhabitants agricultural ! implement manufactories, and pcarlors nnd some work on shore, generaliu tills section trap them in large numbers. B thirty-twior cent, of the sUuin tiiers. In tho flno weather, tho ly A fanner on Cat Tail creek has a Hock of ..JSS-J3- k . 3 pq pealing ileet Is at work nt various (Mints twenty pump-snaketrained to 11 remnrka-blWIDOWS IN THRONGS. Thla popular rnterprim l U' Kotnsc to the liont : 1 Ik uk1 a few tiioiiths lcforc cor.flcctacnL along tho two thousand miles of coast from Klis In llm e thn eiy M oDeamoCK degrco of prollcioncy. At tho blnnt of n 13TII I t Ihx L " To M tuan," ma fl trt tho Northwest Cape to Torres Strait. Tho wlustle tho snakes ussemblo on the bunks I.11T Spi't'ttM KlMIUII tO till' (il'IIIIH to Ho Tbfiroext me'iin. toailiia 8KIM KMllIHl IIIkt-aIn ailJIllon to l andCOVriKUE-- I I 1'oiiuiI lii iuatojn. day'b work on board n pearling schooner Is of the creek. Tho leader (there Is always a luiirimi ltt'.i LT"ii I , Aijt.'ji, Ga. show tint; premium they ollnr f I 2"0 In trot Connects In samo depot In Washington lor A conespondent of the New York Tlinn tlngpuraes a hard one. Her crew usually consists of 11 leader to a herd of these snakes, who is liacet tTtr day, horao called t I I . i orer tho llneat few white men mndo up of the owner nnd olectcd by s majority), dashes into is authority for tho btatcmeut that second I'. M. anil dartedInpromptly at Tim imnagement BALTIMORE, thn Mate in importance to no other attract ion at .Sara- half mile tract his p.irtneiM, nnd perhaps somo hired tho water of tho creek, leaving only the exPHILADELPHIA, nialco tko hands and 11 much larger number of tremity of its tuil on the bank. "Another toga, the iiiincnil springs lurludcd, are the lure ipirnl no piminr etpuni1 to t"lu.ip ran-- i NEW YORK. irllpteall oilisri. Kil o bind, men, thoso being generally Direct routs to snako immediately grasps the ond of the widows. If any man wanted to make a col- 00 all the llallmaJa tor bolli nun outl leal. IutIUiI. divers, though. on leader's tail iu its jaws, a thud snako takes lection of witlows, just aa men collect crockAustralian " LYNCHQURC, "a,tlii'.i'UMH KcsiKc N. .ft. IIOOXE, Hvrrt'tavusomo of the ships, Malays, Soolerese and hold of the second snake's tail in a similar ery, post.ig stamps, coins and DANVILLE, other very Interesting things, ho would Jlnd other natives of the Indian Archielago aro manner, and so ou until thero is u continuAnd all points In muployed. Tho day begins at six u. in., ous line of snakes joined ond-on- , RuaHi from v Notioe of Amouduiout extending every jR'cie known to the genus, und every VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. Shortest aud 0ulcr-e- t issuoof tho present century at any 0110 of when tho peurl-shdl- s collected on tho pre- to the water-trough- s 10 tral Lontiipkjr to nil Poiutt Nort in tho cattle yards, big hotels here. I. very other woman vious day aro examined Tho shells uro three hundred feet uwuy. Kant, nod 8otitbw- -- EXCURSION TICKETS IN SEASON The leading the of opened uud cleared out, th" body of tlio'fluli snake commences to swallow or pump the you nn-i- 't is a widow, but siio Is a nice wid ..' Itir H. IV. ., - . ow, and a rich ono in every case, the ruh-iieiIwlng carefully exummc l for warm, tho waters of tho crock, which imsses through .No . Ne. 4 in Hrrrn jvsk J, v i Daiir v beet of which ure usually found wholly or the long lino of snukes ns it would through in the matter of widows does not be The unilcnUiiftl aiurcil tint artlcha of tn (Mirlly imbedded in ttn soft .subatuuee. Tho n hose, and fulls in n heavy stream into tho romeunbarrafc.ing. Of theia i.ll a certain ol the Htsiiford Holler Mill Company, adopt New Kngland widow is looked uniu us the shell itself is carefully fccrutiiiiaod for trough. Thrmich tlckatt and nva4 th.-- ! i.. hii filed for L 7 ilrallnatlon rpaihi-- l In r.i mnii. Kho has line jewelry, but ed Feb 17, IS37, and on that diy pearls adhering to it; und if there arc any K M liWiw Thin agriculturist told of an extraordinary most effoctivo. folt I'ar lull jjiril ii ml- - pall on any ;t i t Arr lxtuHi Mispicious-lookiuv iii IIV.Ia mi nmpany,ur blisters on its surface it circumstance which occurred u short time nothing aruilcial which coniiwres with in iheC'ieik's olbce nfl.lncolD county. ly as '" Willie ultM t .11 tiftm h'sj M0 lows: s is split up with a chisel, the result ago. While working iu tho Held near his a juir of eye. -- widow's eye -- winch A 10 p m II ri K. II. MOIWK. " Charlolla-llHlV .Ihkci Ii. '.t'S.,Kta iu I. 1 lie Capital Slock ot sail Cimfany shall (Imi.I'awi uaoa being tho discovery of a pearl I no pm " Hleliifiott'l with matchless p at) ability. home ho observed Humes issuing from tho she I'nt.hsaa , Hiit, dollars. H m put " Newiurl Nfw Uwlu.-t.iit6 p M (Virl!i.. Hi . in tho coat 4 of the shell, roof of his barn. Wild with excitement ho They nil dros cffectlvoly, nil Imvo at- forty thousand 7 Ml . u IJH.K. HUNriNUT'WII " p ttKtrtl, y II. Tlio corporation shall at no tins Incur a "Old IV.IiH oourso very uncertain work; hurried to tho burning building only to see tractive, cniiinionplnoo faces, 11 little melii-r4- l " Norfaltr J l p IM ittii', l''iilnL"tiu.K hometimos hundred, of sholls may be that it V...H11 lioielesH tnsk for himself alone low by grief, nnd iu some cubes a little drM (xeenllni; twenty lx thouiaud six liundn-- l l " WmbIiuUmi NI k : i n iu 2JS I in t fi " I'kIIIiiiwik opened without finding any thing Hut the to attempt to extinguish tho llamca. In do-- b more mullowad by time. Homo of them, acd fifty dollar iu 11 .' pra a a i'(i ' l'hllaMpbti ii n A I.ACKFV. iu pearler has the consolation of knowing pair he gttzcil on tho woik of di'structiou ; in fact, look ns if it would bo wiso to lay w.u. wr.i.cu, " Now Voi 0 " n in I. 10 a ii. . WITIU.RS, 11 thnt oven in ruich a e.w his work is not la- suddenly ho hoard a loud rustling in tho tull aside liojes of that second bridal robe, S. II. SIUNKB. Li, rnos Koin.ii bor lost. As the Hhells tin- - cleaned they gratis, whence issued his herd of pump-snako- s und Inquire with Christian dlllieiue into K)I'.KiTU8I'.EII). For Tlrxla, UaiM li.fr.mi'OO .! , apply al , the latest fashion in shrouds. aro piled up on the deck, to be lotor nr idrrr-TkketutU on tho run. Tho loudor hurlctl him). - tVIl II 1. 1. KM i Their leader, by common consent, is a on, in big barrels, to be sent to r.'i'riniul nnd self into the crock, tho rest iustanlly ad.; ' S ' id Vic, t'lifldoni f old by auction at Mincing Lane Ami here, justing themselves, heads und tails, from charming dweller 'at tho (Jniml 1'iiion nit ui.ii.i v '. ulv llr. Kt. wooa of threo uiui--i nifc-- i haw si' w and sure the crock to tho burning building. The nod us in bo many other thiny., ft. H. hUl'.I.MI.e, .'Ui' gains ultimately bring 111 ninn Hum chance last snake, standing ou its hcr.d, waved its invested her with an experience to which tho others defer. Homo of them 1.111 look good-lucand l',t pearl-shell- s strokes of liiiits :.in ililit IhiiHv frnlu tin Inll f.ml nf A. to two occasions, when the --, py better thun the trotu'I. Thus, in lv3, j which l.isued n at ream of water that was back with tears TfclJO Oift tiaia Wtsii .' vvM .mMH.tBMD.BB.N-.-H..B- B rumble of the casket over the hoarse-doo- r wlillo tho vuluo ol the snciis raised wus j thrown with terrific forco on tho burning '& G)j tOUISVIllt HtwAiBASTACHICAtOllr Koco Snl, lUrt'U.asi . y thirty thousand threo hundred pounds, tho buililiii-- . liai-- nnd forth tlushi'd tho tail roller has made them faint with agony, but THE INTERIOR JOURNAL lV)t.,.i value of tho pearls w.u only k thousand end of that living hoso, equlrtlng tho water sho is the only ono who has seen three oeeu ml the InilK'ill sions of that kind and lired. As alio is the lKUld-where it would do tho most food, whilo tho . After the work of donning and searching loud iitiiuping of tho leader could bo heard best of company, has a sympathetic heart LKAVIMO LOTII- Ctmni-r- within the possibilities I he shells has been completed, there is a nhovo tho roar of the coniliij-nitioWithin and 0,000,000, it isagain t0loril.,u.l0 Clin. ' tuataho may jet listen to th substantial breakfiut, and then tho day's fifteen minuter tho last 1; V CIXCIX.VATl urk wus nut. it ahftl! be One year for only 0:1 -- iwj p'tr- - lur n to ao Cudiurv march, concluding, as t.li con LOUIS VII, 1. llshing begins. The boats are manned, the Then, uud not until then, did tho s lh pricoul one. Hotel in th it Stat it it i'f.iu. Dally, securer to trarelera full complement for a schooner being half n quit work. They woro completely toniplatcs tho tcrriblo, bigamous outlook of Appotntrnenti, ot Atlon dozen. Kach boat carries a white man and exhausted, tho lender having fainted nway. tho hereafter, that sho may ns woll lie mar-ricwill fnu iru lor olio jc.i X Pylun lit Hi yuu tion to Oomfop ' for 1111 old sheep us 11 lamb. u number of black divers. Tho white man Tho main part of tho building nnd Its conl, your ho in n paper wlih llm the tboir Qoerts sjulls tho boat und superintends the day's tents woro saved, thanks to tho presonco of deiaociat-Ican- d IUikciI TI10111 All Aroiiiiil. THE MOST RAPID SERVICE repreeeniatlTo uewp4vr of iliudjutu, thn lieit. for n larltt for rerRiiue only, and work; the divers plunging in, coming up mind of thrso wonderful siiukos, Bomo tlmo ago a young lady, who had ... .mm ,.., brtKhteatand ablest Imiilll weekly Iu the UlilKxi ii. f .a-. i.i iiiu with the shells held In their hands, or Tho Territorial Govorninout Is becoming boon teaching a class of half grown girls Htalva. TbiMn who Uealrr In examine a iiupjf iini'ni fl'Kru. 1 i.-t 'tarl iir, grasped with the toes, or sometimes under uwakened to tho extreme usefulness of In tho Sunday-schoo- l to CiiTiinn nlei topy of the Cnurlerlnurn-- I run do ti at thla ntfirc -of Dr. 11. -- church, Ih i II (.It botween tho Erer lap.. , tho arm. They climb into the boat, rest a these intoreAting creatures, and laws aro to llrooklyn, was called awav from tho olty, Ira on attemptcxl III rer and ureal commercialhence lt ., and the Ohio , ' int. i while, und thon go down again. Tho day's bo enacted to protect tho pump-suukimrwl rondoiing It necessary to 1111 hor place. thefsitcat timoand most comfortable trains lie. your It athel r,mely work lasts eight hours. Kach diver's shells t 'rjn rhr Tho suporintonduut, after looking over his twren all points in ihe South, or to thn Went l. ami sud XorilnrcHt. The counterpart of this train X Hookti'llri-'- Sarcasm. are pilod apart in tUo boat, for they are paid nvallablo matorlal for toachors, decided to on all trunk lines Is denominated Tlui Umlt-ci- l Wftliiva JVcli.triatl i.ni ioU a.le.an'lln oil '.mller.it A I.eipsie booksoller inserted recently in request ono of tho young pctitloni-ciy .t.a by piece woi k. The diver works well if ono of tho mtkm aaujatllrlciurt. ICrvri'HH. The superb rolllns stock wo emhaiKtten .ttait ti u In eight produces .1 pair of shells - that the Is :ijti- - 'lii.rh'iitt the following adverploy Klvts patrons Unlimited Comfort. divo congregation to take tho class. It so .( I.U., C3 H ti only by th, Alpiti all ,one .shellfish ; and his day's take will range tisement: "Having acquired m long ugo 113 that tho young man upon whom fell yoa TAt UndCoupon Ticket Otllcen Iu the Uonth riti CtsaialC. our rime tablet and tlcketi. eay 3lv will v. y II A man has been b;:i tho ri'.;ht to start a book storo iu Lclp-si- tho superintendent's choice was exceedfrom ten to twent-ive- . get .Mutton aud slick to Jlonott, If null, I llnally ventured to open a small shop ingly bashtul known to bring up 11 hundred In 11 day, but so muo'.i bo, in fact, that ho you want to euro uiouey and hare a pleaiant JourSoldi. rirug-i- it i.i, in: imiii ion K. O. MrCOKMICK, this would be exceptionally successful div- towards the middle of last month. After Insisted upon tho superintendent going ney. Price a I. Oil. Uenetal Pasaenger Agent. Chicago. three insertions in tho papers, nnd a number nnd presenting him to tho class. According. ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, , City Ticket and Othrcrs: Lato In tho afternoon, the boats pull baiik of circulars &cnt to houses, I was favored by ingly tho two gentlomon appeared on the K. A, Dl'CKNKK, 227 4th Arc. LoultTllle, Ky. HOUSE, perhaps thoy have been as tho respected 500,000 inhabitants of I.eipsio little platform, and tho superintendent I. 11. Ioubknck, I2: Vine st., Cincinnati, O WALTON'S OPERA to tho schooner; 1 Promlum, 51,000.00 away from her during tho and its surroundings with gross receipts of began! "Young ladles, I Wish to Intromuch as six miles STANKOltP, KY. 2 Promlums, S500.00 oach duce to you Mr. C, who will iu futuro be on tho deck, the 00 (sixty) pfeuuige. In making known this Inday. Tho shells are piled IiKB P. UUFl'XiAr. 6 Promlums, numbor brought by ouch diver being noted teresting and glorious result I may express your toaehor. I would liko to havo you J J 7i 'V 1 -t 'a - - Prcpnoto 8 WALTON BROS. 25 Promlums, u hojie that tho patronage of tho public will toll hlra what your former toaehor did, so SI00.00 ii to his credit. The boaLs ure cleaned nnd sc, 8TANF0K1), KY. 100 Promlums, month swell my that ho can go right on in tho samo way," S50.00 ii oured for tho night, and then thorolsdin-nor- In tho course of anotherslxty-flvto .11 amount pfonnige, Immodintaly a damuro miss of fnurtcon Office South aide 200 Promlums, S20.00 ii ., , after which the blacks set to work to ordersearnestly hollcltof furthur favors, osim- - yoars aroso and said: "Tlio llrst thing our iw the Myers Hotel; Bri.t i i 1,000 Promlums, 810.00 ii eloun ooau. mud. oU' off the shell. Tho and I coutnlete seta of , , blitsof ataije, "m&u, El. littuiludlne tialiery, Keen pinning of them i U ue by th? white men in clnlly on tho part of mombois of tho Uni- - toucher always did was to kiss us all l fur Mtrnui Ozlde Uss adulclster k ery. Scatlu tapsclty, Kor full particulars nnd cllrectlotn mm Circuvcrsity." united. nrounJ.'' attractions. lleasouatli tater to lM mM...lh. lar In every ooiinil of AnniTKLKH' Corner. -- H"--i-' i LITTLE D. ijj. AAALL r WAIX PAPER, AT PAPER y WALL PAPER, love-word- M'KOBEETS& STAGG'S shirt-mukln- g Wall Paper, J? LI .' st-.- mil y lis urniBure, WW& Oases, Caskets. Bobes, rl .; fli'.it-gliw- Fulland Complete Stock of tho above aud prices as low as tho lowest. J3. K. STEARlSlVr, Stanford. TiiitEG-rorirnt- pcarl-llsher- lAork.iaIsi ?3jv.o .aw. er U KIN t. rr WArK BIIll'FIMaA, LIU KJi t i SLVK K rirnN i rl pearl-fisherie- I'lIOTOGEtAlMIKR, d ' ai Mttt 1 Livery, Train -- d SALE STABLE joiix kII com-pilin- g iFil S ras non-unio- tin-cos1 bul.-erir- hoo-maki- full-grow- n u. row-boat- WILLIS HOUSE, w-- ill 1 Friend i I j? J. b- WILLIS, Proprietor. (i'l :lly h sholl-bearm- g wntxl-wurkiii- metal-workinjK-- THE SOMERSET PAIR t Sl-l- h VI I I sheep-farmin- f HI s o !Ai two-third- -, nn-llv- - Articles Incorporation. orixtr-atloro-o- Wf T is'i g Iulvl -V . ' 111 hoino-Unie- 1 l'eurl-tlndlugls- ,a., - 141 - . -- . .... mykrs aur irAfJr'JH!,, ff,IH'i, i.u-k.-d- ' Th'-joy- . fli-- 4'u.lr..t..,rOii .ouriml m -- w . NEW PAST MAIL -- Weekly yrlK' 1 d pumi-snake- iiiiiri-tha- Courier-Journa- . -- k J' (7irio, Wcr-rlitt- 'jr -- lar ' reei knii-'n- to u- -f (.l-t- -- hap-peno- d 1 c, $25,000.00 IN GOLD! )i AR-n- ls 80UO33OW s- o COo-- kr