You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887090201 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. 0n VOL. XVI. fr Kill MUUiWf STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1887. e Imtftiai NO. 260. J 11 INK NTOGK FOB NILi: CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. LONDON, LAURSL COUffTr. Anil yet, this m In tit lie nn enrthly para 1 don't know disc, but for lawle' men a We are now enioying a delightful spell (live us an overcoat for these nights. I to ni Forty-lir- a bharcs of rir3llttl- more exquisite situation for "An town Fifty Shares of Farmers National lotm BankBt.kotsianrori. unotaoiiiirivate-Ban- k of co'il weather Tills scrilu wa in I.btnon nn Wedp,,bllc" the mountain round nlmit Jerusalem" are nesday. of Stanford lor Sale. , VHIf Tlie band left Crab Orchard ctprinRe t will aell thn nLoro stock licforu tho Court- thei--- AT beautiful hill-- , with their nrficcful 'I'o'siim and sweet po'aloe m:in i r(! lat Kttiiidav night. hoiiteiloor In SmnlorJ, County Lauri day, riepi. ifuviiic outl1iif, clolheJ ttith TirJure from the tablet ol Born, on the 28. h, to tho wife of Mr. 3th, 1847. ! ! a'J tie bnt livers. bottom to top, The Triplet! wind thro' r. s irtisEt We sympathizi deep y with Eiitor I) 0 Slaughter, a pirl. Administrator lUchel Jouei, ilec'd. 2Wtl that L wllls nnderslood If wecr-l- lt the circuhr v.illoy t the bife it tlio ea!-c- rn Hopper on I will delimr to rejulur cn'imi-- s In Stanford Mr. I) V. Payne h's been cor.fined to iicciunt of hi recent heavy lo-- s tiectod and demanded. and vicinity evcrv uorulns m nini ; n romsn'.ir ftroun, friDeJ witli by fire. her bed with an Mtsck nf fever & CO., G. A. BENEDICT bircli, nnd cjcuuibr treer; Tiro CoiKh Hev. J O. Livln'ton, who has hsd I'ouiul. still unbuilt Thu court house fence W. P. WALTON It KriTelly bed, or ritMiini,', vrixroitri, kkxucki. Accounts duo st the close of caih month or What will you give u, fellows, to hush such a long epa'l of fiver, i about well when customer qjlts rhon iwollen, niiuft impeding rocki, with Ulking ah nit it. agsiri. Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. Ml. K. 11 Ml HOW. tlie well ki.'iwn uuilc of n nrjuntiii tor i A party of nine from Crab Orchard If there anv one sulijtclwe'r crstiliy O. I to older and pump fiirmlhfd Dttlc rent. Thu little nycr nnd the nilroul en- on, it's that of n fincii iroun Spring and Mr J W. Brooks and his sis- at iWtVell prlrei. our , -- 5-t f factory ter tli norilifrn gorf!'; th u the ringe wid iioiise. it i ter. Mis Mollie, MtTueMhy Iat for a visIti'asnaun- LOVE AMD NOTHING ELSE en out round the circiilar liiin where GOD IS 33. it to Mammoth Cive Thov will return am dally opening au cle.int line nf Spring and not built. M()tih-t- ! Summer Mllllutr, Including; all h Imili; tl.fi rontrict Bitiiii n (Srape growing Su huCuin a w!l- - Je the latter part of this wrpk iMCAiKia 'Vina where the tno run out fined Hu.l piyin in luitry in ttii-- i Lounty the itilhcrn D'ed, on the 2(5 It. at the re'idenre of The Latest Jfovoltios of the Season. togetlier. North of town Iin h prk like l'ois luit'iou fruit soil readily here hi "J her father, Mr. Hiram Bundren, Mrs M .MoiiRiir.U). Aiu'ti't l!7ih, 1"7. UAXYIiiLE. KY. Alio Kolloo., such an llinJttrciilefs. Collars trKt-- i -- I . w omaioii, tout 100 cri in ei'oat, Hint lo 10 oent per pound, and tutti, JluoliloK, Coraili, Bustles, etc. Yon M. Wolfe, tf Bourbon county, after a lin ji!t li o. Intikmh e to hlin'ryait nur tiittldlng win nnd me iu tlie rooms lately vscated by SmiHai retimed ' could h mde into anvihluu, fr InndiMMiie A nuny as three sluam saw mill haye cering Miners Her remains Were laid to I u I i uMtiy rieoi from the stately ley A Warren, next door to tho Mrers House. the Kit itiwanl li b'tter than ever prepir-cIt unlr nfd cut wy the tin liurnei in this immediate neighborhood in ret in the rid gave-vartoar ommodat tho public with One picture on Siturday n. u.i H vn fatally uiatuioi nt Spring HIM tn 'ii" guar-teefrom 1'tiutujraptijtolllsaui. bJtlil.ictbu to hi ch.ruiinit re tlie p tet twi week. Tntt bel ii.siuk lo CnnHfMlhw tonlraat drrroth in pl WM. AVRKS in urnnlu JAS. U QtVK iS, ire-- i ; lur nature titi diiiitid the clump if John R Willi ima i ike last. We had the plecmre of taking fea with Notary Public. .i ft i the atinvprtere of hmvwily peaee TIIKIVO. 1 HKM'AUKAXT -- J T. William has built a commodiMr and Mrs Frank Clifford at Miss Alice former nml ti. urqtilet irt-t- ninl nruri, here and there alretdy, in irroiiml. the i; U'e wlk there ous ice house and i miking a huge pond Ward's last Sunday evening. The couiuiiinily the ujo-- l artiiiio imnner nipper re IpniimioI thi -- orrlr-tflnl ENGLISH KITCHEN, every eTeninir, ei'j ifint; the air nnd ami propMe to Imp things cool in and wss excellent and needs no higher praire NEW e that r'irl-I , ' r in ureal ancestral tre - wild tl)nerit. Sit Fifth 8trwt, GEO. W. HINESLEY, Prop.. J around London another yeir. than to say it was under the management of fnm the summer's heal, with tin pent) t;tUiriii(),ir jmtty ik auitll, hut ui)?t coiwcnUI. - 408 JEFFERSON ST., LOUISVILLE. who have the pnv Other town with uol one half the nat Mrs. Bam Ward. e 'iade, the ijue- -t trst ICY. As Mrs. Jamci Fish was returnlrg pleasant liuuie, the John Woodcock, KUicr Miry nnd Will nre ural advinlija of Ljmloti have manufacI e.;e ji eutry lo that llooim 3 and 5. Croinle Block. We will be better prepare.! than ever to accomall here John cmie with o. hi wife nnd tories, hmk and in in y things we have nev from the bill nt Dripping Springs last Satnceut t one ir'tuiicotilly peaceful Nnth Bate) Vrilnflay Then CjI. John H er dreimed of. Wnyciu't Litilon have urday night her carriage turned over and modate visitors to tho exposition this year. clean. liny. re-PEARSON & CLARK, very reasonable and everything new and Inc ci Me ImMrthiI than the ctsten no nnd inide arrnije-mensomething? threw her out; also Mise Ninnie Slavin Opau day and night, hlegintly furnished rooms. of ih katydid i lieitd in the Mooie, who prereJed i. nation for our hoarding pUce.cimpte ethe 26- - It I rno Kwis bu'c ler, L'n, win had his and Ntnnie Kennedy and Mr. Him Magee. Location In tbe heart ol the itty. ill twilight tHrit!K Hill. "Hhedld' little company. We ln,v bteu Terr hap arm amputated a little over a week ago, They all ecaped uninjured, excepting Mrr. sjB .iiati'." Hbo tt" Si didn't": LEXINGTON, KY. jit together. nny he ceen any of lhee evening kitting Fish, who received eome very painful tho' Mie nnt iltciiM upproich t' an "nn The K. N A .M. V. rtilwny dow ruh in front of hi door ii'itetly enjoying a ci- not dangerous bruies. We learn that she Ami 1 t AVubl IVIaln fcStreot. tint i ...ninMi" I heinl ther ..- t" i tliM inxifl v t; -- gar. Hi rapid rtcivery is a feather in the ha almost recovered from the effects cf To tho Cttizoa of Lincoln County: fmsilyj urrel has been oioj on foro ins inrf liuine thro'ieh ., and, a 'sr aix "piMriujer" ilty and "freirfhin" tn ci,m of Dm Sctle and Uim-o- i. the accident. Hnvlnc reccntlv eoulnned a Dae Roller Mill In ' r.v .je'ierttions in tin- - tree-topMlfs LjIu Slutrt is visiting Miss Mat-l- io thetowuot ftUuford test wo defy any Mill to ! ! ny numerable Iti nluiot one continunu I .Wiv hick in toe dim pisl thi paper has never resulted In learn, n Iniiuatlty of Ibiir, we think thn citizens ot Betz'ey, nosr Stanford. Mrs. Minnie equal of ecreiminc engine and trailini: profKi-ei- l for a walk 1 head a subcnption tho fuutity should uare cjnuty priJe l uujh to er. i . Iiree1! n' th psirse, li miy be re a'reim mo same to inThe Now Revenue Inw aids sir per cent, to Hobinson, of Hustonville, is the guet cf ratrooue and sustainconcern tint invisn In tbe ( At firt tby kpt around public equare, I there no public-spiritcm, by nikihl nii ruil we are form whom It may all laxes unpild by tne first day of September ,s ' i m her in tint Iw'i has ii.arfcet to buy your wheat and corn and will and I will have to collect It. so pleass coma ciiix-to back its out on our own Mrs Sue Holme. Mrr. Scott Fsrrls of the gentle jtreen U awake at nUlit. Now ther howl a lulla 1. givo tho hlgtuatiiiarket price lor tame. We 1. n,ioa the put and sett'e. from IUrrodsbur, accompanied r ave Hdded new machinery to T. 1). XEiriuSi, 8. L. C. .re, lhn ' toWen of serious hoiili h to deepen our aluuiben We are not proportion or make us put up? Winter is returned Lucindn Siephensonand Miss Sue department some csn now make meiil our corn meal i to suit any and mare lhtn SO yrd from tne trett trde counn; on and miny a ntck may bo brok- by Mrs opinion ltcjunot be t(Uledty any other Mill In person r serious d ll mice of It We aolhit a trial tnour Hour and en in tbe ill )U to reach the court hou'e on Middleton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clifford, this vicinity I ttlecsrred MorrheJ, liiw diller artery, to we ii.tve ill full hentQt of it. meal department. All having grain In our lino of Livinglon, have been the cuests of Mi's lor sale will plcise call at Mill, where our agent O ir uieetirii have ben well nttended slippery, ldellng dirt walks. I pot "Iwiit the pretty Illi er. found stall tlmca, who will give the Pretty Mrs. D. B. Eimiston can be lor same. Brard aid ship iiufT alwaysbest Alice Wird MT VERNON, KY. Al uitiht ijuite orowjnd nml fairly full by Miss Kate Cochran, uf Midison, is vis-itin prices w, r ' Htcjmintincw e unde fix diy. ll.it the curt-hou- e it. .v. lut'rrs, snt't,Co. This old and n uiem-i-r- r it evidently the in this cnunty. Willie K. Smith, has returned from a visit to her father in stock. f sv-- i Stanford Boiler Mill veir ajo, i' imrtil liy " mie Hotel It (till mainHtd Judo Cole, lately in the railroad buniness here, now of Garrard. Hon Samuel Ward, of Living taining Ita fine reputation. Charges reasonable. i'i strife in it In I'"" Mkin fr oyer cenire of atlrtrtion ston. has been visiting his family the ptst . One cannot take a like ood Juice lUtdnll in HretUilll, Sreclal attention to the traveling public. ir K. town, on ids way to Woodbine on busiihffei.f tho'e ! . Xi:iYf03in, Pro'r, .11. i, or en u a chaeee in the c iUiIt, to ness Monday, stnpptd off a few hours with few days. Misses Lou Rothwell and Nan- Notice of withoui omi aMciHon . f tr-- ' wtk Mt. Vernon, Ky. tne nniiti wun ine iai, uu'er re fritndsin tuu city Mr. Sisser, af- nie Slavin, of Paint Lick, were the guests Ami lhel Iihh.f nnncie f l.i Uih h lie tilm of Miss Jennie Kennedy. Mrs. Cottrell Notice Is hereby given that tho undersigned B s. MAHTIK. J.VO. M. TEBKIMS. sni' would have followed I am nure. I'er-ha- p ter roaming the wild Wet over for someh thiir dreadful fascination alwut ihe BnooiiciD, Kv., May, lbST. and Miss Lila Harbison, of Knoxville, have formed a corporation and have recorded the Judge H wiilld nut have acted a ho thing like u year, has returned to the scenes Hiweinl I f r.oe.CinnaiabtkeltcB office of tho Lincoln Albright A Martin beg lo Inform their many visiting Mirs Mary Curtis. Mife articles thereof la the clerk's friends and customers o! beehango In arm name County Court, pursuant to Chapter y, den. Stat Urdu Tollitr fell. did, if a cauiiaay of wldieraaod a (.itlllnc of bis cnildhuod, satiitieJ that lie it never Tenn., are l.y the w . lo Bergeron, of New Orleans, La , is utes of Kentucky. I been at ctll jiiH uu ile In court so humble, there's no place like homt! Mr. Lucille r. ! ' . I with Wit c etti-- r ll alwla, a. do li 'in had MAKTIX a. I. Tb name of ths Corporation Is the "Cumwithout ro windows as here. Circuuxtance alter J T. Williams and Mter Jtraetare tak- ihe gnet of Miss Maggie Divis. adcx-t'.me. e r lay. half berland Valley Land Company. " Tneuew firm hopis not only to sustain the rep1 Hiippunu If ther wre no troop, ing in I.ouiville and the Kx. thee few LINCOLN COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE, and iuiKtiiitK it c II. The general niture of tn. business is to buy utation of Untold, but intends to make many ima tl e terrible and sell lands In Harlan and Bell counties, Ky., provements in tne manufacture ol tobacco which Or, -- lien I walk l.y JudceC wuiild nit contemn the pro'pec davs last past a C'jnveiistion has a tendency now to will be lo the Interest ot our customers. We will A it i, he leai n to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. u u tire p'jxer of Ihe devote s.er al attention to our Natural Leaf brands GARRARD COUNTY (lEPARrMSM. the Ulice over which hl drift into discussion of tbe weather. III. Ita principal place of business Is Mioford, of Kentucky' best leaf Thanking you for past tl h," and "lightly ih etm" favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, 111 1'otHtcr, with a broken Ihiyh, that on Mi' ami of The colored teachers of Lincoln and Kentucky. Lancaster. only Ursptctfully our, If he did but know it, hi woremaln, d if, and he crawled nway to a clump what, fatal IV. The'capltal stock is fixed at S150 ,0C0, with The grand jury after a reces since Girrard will hold a united session at Lan 1'EItKIXS. JIAltllX or, cnauoe i f a permtueiit fC'ttleimnt of tin begin on S JO, 000. Each share is 2100, of kira-- a and weed", to be founa later caster on the 0, 7, S and 9.h of this month prlvllrgo toIn money. Siturday met again to be paid anJ kulurj; I am mintally mcipable ol cui'er of his dialr c'- I do not think we The Oarrard County Fishing Club had All are expected to attend. V. Tbe Corporation shall begin business on the rehearatl of tie r mid do nnre goml by reunimng longer. Atiiit mijouithe honih'e Miss Kugenia Peyton is still lingtrirg 25th day ot July, 18ST, and continue 25 years. one of their excellent dinners on Dix Kiver Mt.I.S.UUItDETT, dreadful trajjeJy. SoraetituM 1 con.e down Tne men we waui to reach are mid on the yesterday VI. The atlilrs of tho Corporation are to be con The general with no apparent chance ton, trial of l'igman ami I'erry, charged with OCULIST. ducted by alljardof seven Directors, from which the next itreM, fir a change, and there C W.S vesney left on Wednesday for health of our section is good notwithstand a President, secretary ana ireasurer are to oe They have I am BRODHEAD, KY. onfraiited b the very p)l H'llP,,' ihe murder of C'Mig Tolliver ing the Irying searos we have had. Xew York, where he will buy a large stock elected, Tho tncorpjrat jrs shall compose tho ceased to come to church aince that case ' IMilver fell, pierced by ihe J If theobjtct of the late reformers was first board, and the election thereafter to to held Ual hail ancxpe Icn-- a ol over fifteen years, and of fall goods h ,u-- i that oiitopeil hi r.tpid tlUht At wi ctlled and the court bouse, where lias successfully treated hundrcls of cases Bpe- -- Mr. Wm. H. Foster, of Miller's Hole", lo make things geuerillydry, we rmy say on tho third Wednesday olJuly annually. cm is VII. The Corporation shall Incur no debt sreat- - easesaueiiuoueyea.given lo tne treatmeut ol all dis' ihe "Central Hotel." that we ptaa eo of- alone we ciuld rtlch them, i monopnlixed i doing Iexingtcn this week,taking in the of them, a iluSuiiniry biys used to con of tho Name and address ol patlonti thanone-tourtoil is paid up stock. curoJ given ou applluUloa If iloelred. 'O-Gthy the law, with its stern "thou thill nola" I tin biun.1 toijlanciai the winlovn, ten, sole a llidgeling sermonlxir: "We think fair and pirnulting around generally. VIII. Tho prlvato property ol stockholders bill-holthat only aro ie tlie purione to break In the unahatlered Wdere the returned from the brethren nave encourtgemeot to perse shall be exempt Imiu corporate debts and Ilablll- The 0sley Killi ties. K'a'at'll reiiutn with their cleuly-cu- i to it. Mv judgment i tint if anylndy on will Frankfort Wednesday, looking alittle jaded, yere" eide i cnnvictpd, uioie blood IX. Tho Corporation shall pmoss all tbe pow-e- ra Sim Cowan sold to Messrs. Rose & p'r.rralton and ridlated, itar HkedUci, but still in the ring. They report a big prescribed u Chapter 5i, (lenerat Hututes of of dea'h How. I think the on! chance i to let "by r old cattle, 30 head of how the letdeii McCormack tetl time. Kentucky. The young lady boarders have begun Adair county ctlves, weighing 1,200 pounds, W. O. WELCH, fOiicht the snxioinfiuititiM leathered ther, gone be bygone," and ilirt afreh. I' this BOBT. BO V D, have to arrive at Otrrard Female College for at 3 to 3 cents. Our mill has nearly shut VINCENT BOItr.INH, JOHN BENNETT, op'ion lis given, I think both side wl. i, ptraap, appeared for moment, pa Louisville & Nashville R. R. had noiiffh killing anil will agree lo Four came in on down to wait for pring rains. Feed is get OEORCKMcALldTEB, W. V. WALTON, in t- l- window or lookink; out with whi-the coming seion. THE UBKAT 121 the go'psl, hs in Breitliitt. Tuesdav. ting very scarce and the idea of pasturage J. 8. HOCKEB. ficemi the cenaln deilh cloiitiK round Fifteen cars of New York cattle were is simply a burning disgrace. THROUGH TRUNK It wi in an Judge Kindall ahowed hi wisdom by empthem from every qutrier TO TIIK well chnfn tying tlie Hreathilt jiil, though there shipped by the K. C. from Lancaster this itii-ho'ol, Dr. Brown left yesterday to attend tl e .,),. r (hambtr of week. The amount real!zd by their eale grand Medical Convention at Washington a rend.x-vji- h were seven men, 1 think, in there for i.co'xiuitidlnj pietlion for "murder " The "enfifceiuent of the was $15,000. This will help old Otrrard City We nied not say we aie prcuJ of inat Hiram Cioper wa ho', hiding CHICKEN WITH i all very well when you can enforce out some. Muses L'zile and our representative. in a wirdrob-- ; and from whiou the thrie law" nearly John Spratt's new residence is Pullinan Palace Sleepers, of a luck door and it. When you can't, then gracefully do tbe Tiiiiver'nprani-ou- t Blanche Twidwe.ll chaperone the expediCure ! laWsF ivei--, next thing on docket and try another plan finished. U. II. Bitaou has rented the tion. We wish the party succesi and ec- r c for their huti ed niidi the la't LuiiiHtilitt enoiu't in the new residence of K. C. Bradley and will joyment iqual to their acknowledged uieri'. whei. a.l tuipsof eitcc''"l rei'ance wia There i undoub ell piw-to XiiMlnllie, I imagination 50, Bute of Kentucky to "wipe Hotvan out." take possession when it is finiehed. 11 A MempliiNi The oldest inhabitant is unable to cite KJiie. I ..iveeen it in Oa-lAtlituKa, Hut what grill would that do"1 And when HurnsKle will remove into his handsome a parallel to the prevailing drouth from . . 100 time lince I have bien here ivIciiiKouiury, Oot 1st , have lietn spent new house-abjan I he wounded hundreds of thousand modern history; but is compelled to fall back An if Tillifore-ciPfdlJuits Koek, IVihaps uol one third of the taz pay- on Elijah of old for a historian to describe j,u;nt3? in t place, hi clothe and hat almoct here, n in Hreathiti, what ha been Mnbllu unit "Saw OrlcmiN. of Gsmrd were able to py their taxes cit ' tl him with bulltt. Hit he niewtd Abolutely nothing Hut muCi lot As ers Sept. 1st. Thoe who failed will have a similar o.i'o from the initials of n former r sullen, dilitnt community, with all thee'e-tusni- by charmed life that dty. a generation. The only hountiful exhibition 13 , Only one change to points Iu of ilisirder aggravaipd, i what the to pty SO per ceut. on tbe amount of their of moiitiiM we have w.t teased recently wa Oa, it i dreadful to bear tluut that it the welling up of Dr. Brown's eyea on the )' )ii o mot Hpply tax additional and pay it by Nov. bloody 221 of June, an I have hesrJ It from outlay ha Achieved 'Imply hnpoattbio nut to the rule tha' obtain in a city or cln'elv i h fact thai those who fiiled to pay their occasion of his unexpected eepuation froai ujanylipi.ini bv Sept ltt, do pay 30 per cent, pen-a't- y. take a live.y lntcrel, even when no eide ia populated country to theo sparsely settled taxes a valued friend. Mil a reuuion has taken -, the b'jt You seo they pay C per cent, on place and the doctor's lachrymals aro as by ru.-gefreektui; uom. on the line ot this road will recelvs cub with tin mountain fistnee peipled it, of coiireiput;ed, special rates, good hearted men, ivhoetlle disputes in a the ftce of the amount of their taxes for dry as cverj who boar the K0pel of pace to both par-titrsoo Agents ol thl Company tjr rates, routes CO day extensioc; this is Ac,, or rllo tierce, fiery wiy mid reent outeide interfer the benefit of a in the atrtfe. . I'.AT.A., C. V. A1MOKE, .".G per cent per annum. TueCirsml Army of tho Republic, tho' Louisville, Ky The "Americin Hotel," where tne four enca with one accord. We leave in an hour he ime ih a I understand from a man who was tn oruinally intended, it may be, as rtUiu men were laid out and dreed, la for Olympian Spring to remain one week. Thousands of dollars worth of body, lonjr o ilejenerated into a Mcrehpnd during Brother Dames' stay Oko. O. Haunts Kvcr in Jetu, "Gotten) Hotel," where chickens die every year from Cholnsbt opposite the there and who was present at the first more auxiliary of the republican party webjard 0.tly the railway and lb yards era. It is more fatal to chickens titan ! -- The enormous of m night's services, that the reporter for the They hale Grover Cleveland worse than all other diseases combined. Hut the number IU.MI. of ground batween the two Thi was Uralg a demthey deapiee Tjlliver' tayern and aaloon and liea iuat in loona nnw in operatinn in New York and Louisville Commercial was mistaken about they do Jtflsnon Davw; discovery of a remedy thatwriVj rebel. They depot, acroea a narrow atreet Urooklyn, and particularly the fact that the conduct of Bione Logan. He, Logan, ocrat worse than they do a i ha rear of the cures it has been made, and to be conKnabe, the famous Dock-prThe night haye but one obieat in riew, but one pur vinced of its efficacy only requires a In front of that, with ItH knot of men lath- the number in Brooklyn ha almost it nib was not pressnt at the servicss nn the Son, the popular and reliable Everett. The the whecay-e- r led since the beginning of tlie present in question, therefore he could not have pose in keeping up the organisation for celebrated Clouti A Warren, and tbe John s bottle is enough trial. A ered iu constant converne, we pass A Co 'a End-li- s lis attended some of the success of the republic iu party Tne dem one hundred chickens. It is guar- Church Mayor's administration, have ciiia'd the leltihehou'o we leave our hotel to go to meeting. members who were deluded into the anteed. If, after using s well ocratic of -etiKReJtiont 'itIor up there alao. One question to be asked frequently how all meetings afterwards, and appeared pleaed with Brother Btmes, saluting him belief that it was simply a body of war veie a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly it all. Indeed, men these eiloons are supported. Any one desiring an elegant and durablo mui bound to think of n sical Instrument will do well to examine our satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken A reporter of tbe Commercial Advertier rrsp"Ctfully everv time he mst him. This raua who rjpreenled the ciuseof the ihinL-n- f Utile else here now. There i but prices beforo purchasing. Wears areata for tha struggle, are deserting its Cholera, return it to the undersigned in the civil Joiiu Church A Co., and will waratale. And the has been investigating the subject. He ntw is perfectly reliable cne topic that never b'ows rant our i'lauos loi soven years, and our Organs It Is jut a little exasparuin; at 'hie ranks by the hundreds, and it is but a ejues and your money will be refunded. of the hour are as burnlnjj ones found in the first place thai mot of the for five years Tho Everett 1'lano and tbe Clouh (juett'on A Warren Orgin are tho best nnd most reliable by Ihe paiticular time, when water is so very tion of a shorl time when it will stand forth aaever. Buiiness, such as ought to o on Urooklyn sthons are noi owned .DR. W. B. PENNY, Oar Instruments instruments manufactured. can be seen nt tho postoltice In btinfoid, where completely paraly man whose name is on tbe door, but bv the scares and whlky is t ba had for neither in ita true colors, a solid mass of republiDENTIST, in a town of this al.j, Is Miss Bom illchards will state prices, etc. and partisans, Its attempts brewer rclwe beer the saloon keeper sella love uor unney, to have one of these good can politician! Mtiiniorrt - - Kiintiictky I'trsona who nave purchased thess Instruments . jsed, Almost the only pickages of organizition are will testify iu their durability and elegant finish re lo pose as a that come by rail ate the stove la many cares when the brewer does not prohibitionists, not tie ertreaie Wo will bn xlad to servo the public, and cuaran Louisville becoming weaker and weaker. actually own the silo iu, he lucks ll which mark, when some bibulous fellow is com drummer' tcesattslaMlou. &J forthectuip. The ubiquitous Post. Elder W. L Williams, nf Hustonville. also repmenting upon the peculiar condition of the resents the John Church A Co., and will be pleat, occupation la cone. One, an old friend amounts to the same thing as regaide the "Keuitinbcr, Bobby," eaid his mother, ed to servo bis friends. thing earlh.sky and air, of late: "Well, boys, (Moon. Another from the mountains, ventured to take tut prosperity of tbe you N. 11. Aj L. .1. COOK, Agents. s,it a friend of "Whn you are abaut to do fometbini: BKKEr.KNCK! .w:iWMW!Ja asrH- smple trunks becuise ho was bound to that the repjrur discovered is that the just before Ihe drouth set inkeg of seven know to be wron, that although I may his long a profit made by celling bter at five cents per mine ent me a five gallon John I). Carpenter, Hustoiivlllo; J. M. Klmore, have a little more Bospel, alter so does." "Who Staniord, Jnmes Beuitey,titanlord, J. M. I'blllps, ll 'w aud I haye over a gallon of it left, not see you there is one who than the heavy profit year-old- , is Stanford; A, It. Pennr, Stanforl ; Sirs. Fannie fast; but he is tbe solitary exception. This, class eyoi creiter inquired Bobby anxiously. Farra, Lancaster, Oen W. J, Landram, Incaster; be in beer. This pre. fit but I can't get any of it oit for you, for do you mean?" perhaps, tells the tale more tflectually than generally known to Charles Saudldge, Junction City; W. M. I'avne, said Bobby, with a look of Offlce on Uncaster slreat, next door to I.NTk must be varies coxevhit according to the plac at for nf the old woman, Hut I'M admit that "God." "Ob," Hreachersvllle; Mrs. E. M, Carpenter, Stanford; There Riox Journal office. OrBco hours trotu 3 to 12 . any elaborate description thought you mrr n' pi." WalN. Y. Coaimer-cUI- . it goes well with icn and sugar, at such intense relief. "I u.and 1 to 5 p. w. Anesthetics stmlnlsteri hei Mrs. Maggl liolnier, Crab Or'hard; O. T. lyr Ihe "commercial irv which the beer is sold. 133 lace. total piralysis where llJMyr.j necessary. New York Sun. times as these." In no appearance. itAanrc stock! .. "'.'if'" ". I'lSllANNOM.CAHll. "' LAKE IGK 1 Ir GEORGE BARNES 1 hand-eouiecj- iirt ht H.FOX, x.oiii. p, VJtOTOGIExlPJEJGK, opi-tlt- d it. d 1 te tiui.i vMI-iis- frh attorneys at law. LOUISVIliliE, (lOG-ly- AYRES& GIVENS. It ! trr . -a Wholesale Grocers 203-C- " 1 1 T.tXE TAXES 1 dr ed js nt 'l tin rrf NEWCOMB HOTEL m 231-t- Te-u- ini-roju- Incorporation Jee '' r ca-h- iei:kixs. lainand.ciir kin-aia- 1 u'0-p- jl. fcS-C- - aMB -- - I V7 h u. e I et iae-enie- two-yei- L.&N. LINE t SOUTH & WEST Cholera r y ul bt-s- lt. Arkansas and Texas. EMItJRANTS d H. e ncn-polit- ioil fWNOS d two-third- .c3rA.iari- lTn-io- n e on, non-politi- ,4H ? v .: VTAfi AA,AJU i, elet" rut Mm fun- - ..... ..-- mmMMBiamniMMinNMMaMmMiHMmM Glorious reports como from old Vir. for Assistant Clerk to announce himself for Clerk and we also leuu that our own ginis. Tnere his been no suffering f jr the C.il. Sim M. Bardett is likely to enter want of riin and the crnp, especially corn, the contest In the meantime our friend, will be belter this year than for years. The M T. Craft, cin cet In his work for tobacco crop wilt be good, but the acreage assistant clerk and wo hopj get there with- is not as grtnt as usual. Thomas Henry and William Christian, V. P. W. out peradventure. rivals for the aflrctions of the same young Tiir. State Industrial and Cjiutnerciil lady met on tbe pike near Lexington. HenConference which is to be held in Louis ry received a pistol wound which may reville on October l;h is one of the most im- sult in death. He is n nephew of Ciplaln portant undertakings that Kentucky his Thomas Henry, Clerk of the Court of Approjected for many years At this time peals. when capital is flocking into the South and Lebanon suffered a $50,000 fire Monfortune are being rapidly made, the value day night, which laid in ashes a considera of thoroughly advertising Kentucky's reble portion of the business part of town. sources and advantages cannot be overestiThe fire broke out in Fowler's second-hin- d mated. The Executive Committee, cf clothing store, but its origin is not known. which Gov. Knott is chairman, is making Mrs. M. F Card well's magnificent three-storpreparations to have nil the industries of building was the second to catch. the State thoroughly discussed, the growth This building was occupied on the first of agriculture, commerce and manufac floor by Mrs, Cirdwell's grocery store; the tures noted, the wonderful railroad develop Lebanon Standard and Times on the second ment signal:zd, and will rend broadcast while the third was used as Knights Temsuch an advertisement of Kentucky as will plars' Asylum and Misonio Hill, The y es P BIRMINGHAM, An ALA. r i ( ! Interesting Letter from Capt. frank Harris, Giving a Description of His Trip touThe Magic Cit." Soptember 2. 1887 Stanford, Ky., The fallowing letter from Capt. Frank Harris was written as a personal one to the W. P. WALTON. editor with permission to mention what he thought would Interest our readers, but as GOVERNOR BUCKNER. it is nil good we put it iu just at It was re ceived: Inducted Into Office With Much Pomp and Friend Walton:- -! was importuned by Ceremony. some of my friends at Stanford to drop Editorial Correspondence them a line from this place and I will just FitANKFOUT, Auk 30. Kentucky's cap fire tt at you and if there is anything in It Hal is in holiday attire to day and its citi that you can pluck a local from you are uns nro doing themselves proud. The welcome to it. boutes aro handsomely decorated and the Birmingham is 139 miles from Stanford air is filled with the graceful waves of in- and in 126 hour after shaking you a friendnumerable "star spangled banners," Marly farewell my feet were under the dlspath-er'- s tial miiMC is heard and the measured step table here and I went immediately to Rally caparisoned State soldiery as of the work. The first man to greet me was it falls into lire to receive the next cover George Willis, formerly of Lebanon June-ticOFnor, give additional grandeur to the occ -who had lodged here on his way to ion. Gen. Simon Bollivar Ouckner is to be Inducted into the office to wLich the Montgomery, and the meeting was mutual people have called him and it is to be done attract universal attention. The work of the postoffice and fixtures were burned ly pleasant as Willis was only a day old and a in a manner befitting the importance of committee at Louisville h alretdy caused aud dwellings were here and was into it up to his neck. number of store-housthe event. Tho prand old soldier looks ev- a rush of capital to Sjutheisltrn Kentucky I erjoyed my trip down very much. It destroyed. Toe Verandah Hotel was sayed ery loch n man among men as he is receiv- where numbers of land companies have lorained steadily throughout tho trip and bylurd SjrM. Tuare seami to hsye b.'en ed by the military from the Capital Hotel oted to ouilu and develop railroads and consiquently there was no dust. I cannot about $30 000 insurance on the whole and e'eorted to the capltol grounds, where towns. With concerted action the whole tell you my feeliuge in thinking that my Tbe Climax extra, dated August 30th, in a profusely decorated eland the inaugu- State can be made to progress rapidly and fire which home at Stanford is a thing of the past and has this to say ubotit the $60,000 my heart comes into my mouth when I reral ceremonies are to be held. Arriving every section can attract cipital and new occurred at Richmond Monday night: "At thero "JJollivar and Bettie,"Gov. and Mrs. industries. Kentucky is the most richly flect how doar the old place Is to me and 11 o'clock last night a fire broke out in the Knott, Jurlgii Pryor and others take the dowered State in the Union and her advanmine. About four years ago we wandered livery Htable of W. W Pigg & Son, on seats piepared for them while the grand tages should ba thoroughly made known. there unknown to you all, but through a in the shortest time possiMain street, and stand fills up with the distinguished and The members of the Auxiliary Committees kind providence we were fortunate in findble, co rapid were the tlimes, the entire stanot so much distinguished people who have of all the counties should see that delegates ing a home with that most excellent lad, ble, with seven horses, 15 vehicles and bean invited to do bj. Taen a little weak-voice- are sent to the Convention with full report! Shanks, where our dear hoy The Mrs much other property were in ruins. brother takes it to the Lord in cf county resources and growth, so that ev found his birth place, that we shall always alarm was sounded and the engines brought prayer, the bnd pUya and Gov Knott de- ery county will reap value from the meetremember that household with affection rapidly to the sctne, but the cocfligration li vera his farewell addres a. It is not a re ing. The Auxiliary Committee for this and pride that need not be told here. I could not be subdued until Covington, Arview of his official acts or an explanation county are: G. A. Lickey, M. C. Sautley, saw a number of my railroad friends after nold & Bro'e. grocery, Shackelford, Gentry of them, but a genuine heartfelt good bye Wm. G. Welch and W. P. Walton. leaving Stanford, at points hIoii,' the line, & Co'a. hardware house, new Opera House, t j cfficiRl life, the people of Frankfort and all of whom expressed their best wishes in The Courier Journal made two yerj bad Ntfl's produce store, Douglas' butcher shop a way that made mo feel that they wero bis seecciatej in effice, and U delivered in a breiks Wednesday speaking of Adju-tau- t and Green's Opera Houpe, the Adams Ex- sincere and I am sure there is not a fueling m.tneer. A well done, thou good man General Hill as a Confederate soldier, press, S. Dinelli & Co's restaurant unt! on the Kuoxville Division but what I can and faithful servant eentimeut seems to e Smith & Bolton's shop were consumed, enthe vast throng and a hearty spplause when he eeryed very gallantly in the Fedheartily echo that sentiment to. I left Lou using Commissioner Dms' tailing a lots of about $60,000, aud so far eral army, and follows the closing of h.'s f fetch. 11. 'JO r M cf the day I left Stanonly $.17000 insurance. The isvi!lat as we can learn After the bind has played another selec- picture to represent Secretary of Slate ford and when daylight overtook in m Mr. Joe nriiMn of the fire is not know.n. tion, Gen Buckner advances amid cheer Matt Adams This is accounted for by were whirling through the National ccm-tePigg was burned on the neck before he and in clear and distinct voice reads from the fact that editor in chief, managing edij'usl north of Nashville. At thelattrr could escape from the cllhe of the stablo manuscript a short but manly and appro tor and numerous other editors and reportplace I met Charley Turner, who turned where he was sleeping. priate address in which ho pledges his en ers were cfl either on business or pleasure me over to Conductor Brewster, who was bent. Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE C0UN1Y. tire consecration to the duties he is about to in chnrgo of the train thence to Montgom TllE most uueqjirocal endorsement of assume, promiung always to discharge Squirrels are plentiful cow, bul rather ery. Mr. Brewster was as well acquainted them to the beet interests of the people, as Cleveland's administration comes from the wild. with me as with anybody sifter we had he conceives thera. Judge Pryor then ad- Peonaylvania democrats, who met iu State The wife of Willisia Hirrieon died on been together an hour and did the clever ministers the oath of office and the white-haire- convention Wednesday. Their platform Monday. tbing all the way aloni.'. As we nested old veteran sits down by Bettie, who demands that the surplus in the treasury Cnt Caldwell had his right foot pain- Sand Mountain, about "0 miles south of receives him with her sweetest smile, while be U'ed to pty the public debt; that unnec- fully hurt Monday by having a large build- Decitur, Brewster invited me out on the the crowd cheers long and heartily. The essary expenses be prevented and that a ing stone fall on it. renr end of the train to witness the place oath is also administered to that splendid prudent reduction be made in internal tax Squire J. Limon, of Laurel, passed of the railroad accident that occurred there specimen of Kentucky manhood, L. Gov. ation and of duties on imports. through town Tuesday with his wagons on about a year ago. This is the point where J. W. Bryan, and then Judge Duvall comes tho train went through the bridge atiJ sevbis way to Missouri. NOTES OF CURRENT EVEN1S. forward with a Bet of handsomely framed The long drouth is causing the mast to eral were killed and the pasrenger train resolutions adopted by the citiz?n of The public debt rednction in August fall greatly and what wis thought would mas saved the terrible plunge by Conductor My attention was called to Frankfort and calling Gov. Knott forward was about $5,000,000 prove to be a good mast will be slim, if rain John Harrissija reads them to him. They are of a most apthe stream that John swam with the merPgman and Perry were acquitted of does not come toon. Wedpreciative nature and in responding the tbe murder of Craig Tolliver. cury below zsro, an account of which was C. W. Ping ou calling the roll iie;, governor chokes up with emotion, and the nesday morning found ono boy more a told in a thrilling way by all the leading The paper house of W. St. Clair Ross two men mingle their tears together in a & Co., Cincinnati, has failed for $40,000. f ten pounder, in his fleck, without a name. newspapers throughout the country. Now, very affecting manner. It is a pathetic The Government receipts during the He will be taken care of and trained up in if you can imagine a man swimming across S.-FI- NZ GOODS scene and everyone who witnessed it for- present month have averaged over $1,000,-00- 0 tbe political views of the family. Dave tbe St. Asaph at the foot of depot street to gave anything of bitterness that he may a day. Carter's household was served in the same reach Uncle John Myers' livery stable you will realize what a tough time John had DH, S. G. HOCKER. have frit towards the retiring governor. Gen. Milee, the noted Indian fighter, manner Tuesday morning. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. Prayer is attain offered and amid music was thrown from a stage at Los Angeles Dr. A. O. Lovell has been looking af- swimming the river and congratulations the crowd disperses Decatur is the first place of any imporand had his leg broken, ter building stone in this vicinity at the sugThe announcement of the Gibinet creates The Ten00 gestion of some Louisville parties. He has tance after leaving Nashville. There has been an increase of for the most part surprise, but the men in the supply of gold in this counfound some splendid quarries of excellent nessee river is crossed before entering the iMJtX:i:.SSOICrSTO IV. II. II1UCJIXN. chesen are worthy and well qualified and try during the past 17 months. stone, much better than the noted Bedford town from the North, and I was surprised will discharge their duties acceptably to Tbe corn crop of the South, according quarries. It is more than probable tbe at the msgnitude of it, as it is very much We will continue to handlo the justly celobratod and moil uopular the people. The Cabinet is as follows: to a Biltimore trade psper, will exceed parties will open and develop the quarry in wider than the Obio at Louisville. C00K810VE3nndRANOESinthe Market. Full lino of HARDWARE, Secretary of State Hon. George M. Ad- that of 1SS0 by over 50,000.000 bushels. Now for Birmingham! This place looks this place, which is the beet one yet found. ams, of Knox If tbe atone from the new quarry tu me as though it had not been under con WAGON MATERIAL, OROCERIE3, SALT, LIME, CEMEN'T, FLUE TILBen Neal, a farmer, living ten miles Assistant Secretary of State Hon. WilliB from Osensboro, bat his wife into insensi- proves to be what is xptcted of it, it will struclion more than six tnontb; the streets ING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENT3 wj will ;ill plnca the OLIVER CHILL Ringp, nf Hickinan. bility because she wanted to visit her be quite a help to our little town, as it will are blocked in every direction with bul'd Adjutant General Hon. Sam K Hill, father to ing material cf all kinds aud large, fine PLOW in tho lead of all othors, where it justly tleiervoi to be. Ask your bring a large number of workmen hers neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market of Ohio. A 19 year-olclerk in the S.co, Maine, develop and work the quarries. A promi- buildings are going up on everv hand. Oor Private S'cretary -- Mr. WilIK Griffiths, Bsnk, who wan a model Sunday-schoo- l nent builder of Louisville Bimetime since Company has n fine plant here and their equal to tho IMPERIAL Examine tha BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the of Oensboro. scholar, got hold of $200,000 belonging to pronounced a specimen of this stone to be depot is a grand one, the best on the line, All speciC & St. L., at Cincin PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR haa no equal not exevp'ing the P. the institution and has left for parts un first clsa and very valuable. Oiher INCIDENTALS during the last few nati. They have yard room here for 1 1,000 wo ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have As Gov. Buckner concluded his address known. mens were taken there A dog that would not slay at home days and it is believed that parties there cars aud keep fi'o yanl engines employed any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. cannon belched forth their deep mouthrd W. It. .IIcKI.VMOV, Niih'Hiimu. during the day and 1 at night. The boys welcome to tho incoming executive, svhich ciused a quarrel and exchange of shots will take the matter up and push it. I is at at Rowland will know what this means waa reverberated and Mr. II, H. Btker, former sheriff, by between Coroner Crawl nd H. C. Hoov am proud of the company I work for. I the hills that environ the little city. er, at Nicholasville Bith were injured, Frankfort, taking in tho inaugural When Gov, Knott showed such deepemo but not seriously. ties and settling with Auditor Hewitt, Sev like it because it is an immense concern tion during the reading of the resolutions, A man ntmed Johnson, living near eral new cases nf flux are reported. J. V. and hhs a way nf doing tl ings on a large I- tan irreverent too far cfl to Mason Citv, Nebraska, killed his wife with Alcorn was here Tuesday and Wednesday, scale and Birmingham can boom all she VJI X3T JI JT3. fEXXr I5- hear what it was about, remarked: "I a piece of stove wood because she wouldn't Mrs. Amanda Limriek, with her little sou, wants to and our company will keep pace don't blame him fur crying; I'd cry too if I let him have a revolver to shoot hsr broth- of Grant county, Is visiting her parents at with her and go her one better nil the time. was about to lose a $5 000 a year job." Pleasant Valley. Jack McCall, a former I would like to come hern again two yeaia er, with whom he had quarreled, The moBt appreciative of the 10,000 Senator Camden, of West Virginia, citizen of our place, is now at Severy, Kan hence and see bow it looks after they finish spectators was Will Walton, "little Will, predicts the renomination of Cleveland and sas, running a eection on a railroad there. what buildings thtl are now under conwho stays in the printing effice," and who B'aine, if the latter will accept, ne says Richard Welsh, D. C. Poynter and Dr. A. struction. I leave here to morrow for Ind , and hope to meet Mrs. II. at accompanied me on his way to Virginia, the battle lies in New York and that Shir-m- G. Lovell, are In Louisville. The weather is delightful here we the teachers of the com-mo- Louisville He took m everything, including the peniwould be stronger there than Mr. Besolnd, The tentiary, end became so interested in the Blaine. schools of Rickcastle county, dn ap- and the una who have been sicx are returning to their work, However, I think latter that he liked to have gut locked in Sharpers following Forepaugh's circus prove the holding of a teachers' institute. the passage of a Indiana will suit me belter than this place for the night. played havoc while they were in Hopkins-vill- e 2, Tint we recommend Col, E. Polk Johnson got none of tbe by entering a dozen or more houses in compulsory law to enforce attendance at as it is expensive living here. I have ob. served one of the laws of health since my plumbj to day, but I have a "straight tip" broad daylight, while the residents were at. school. WHEHEA9, We believe "As is the teach- arrival here, viz. leaving the table hungry. that when tho railroad commission is ap- tending the circus, taking therefrom what Albcrl waa right when he observed that I pointed his name will be in the list or valuables they could find. er so will the echool be." thereabouts. This is a better position for Two men attempted to force their way ItvoUcd, That wo ask our Superintend- would get hungry down here. If you will kindly mail my paper to aim than any of them. He can fill its du into tbe home of Mr. John Bolts, Hying at ent and examiners to give all applicants rigid exami Mt. Vernon, III., care L & N. railroad I ties and Mill retain his position on the Chadron, Neb. Tbe lady defended herself for certificates a thorough and will close, wishing to be remembered to all. greatest piper in the South or Weit. by msin strength until almost overpowered nation. Frank Harris ill ii ii I am indebted to that modest and popu when (the got a revolver and shot both hrr l'.h, That we comprehend in our instruc Your friend, x Jt jnTTcar jtji. iv n Tritir ' n f KY?trZit t ju a. jcrals-t- IKJIIWlHXAVm .? lar young officer. Col. Wicklifle Caapman, assailants, inflicting fatal wounds. tor, Prof. Lugenbeel, all that is necessary RELIGIOUS. Assistant Adjutant Geueral, for special Henry Swan, colored, Hying at Augus. to make an institute a success and that he Special request is made that all the courtesies Col. Chapman will be one of ts, Ky., found a bottle of beer on his door- has spired no pains, but his put forth evchurches in towu observe next Sunday in the exs., but this will not loee him to step and proceeded to dispose of Itu con- ery ellort necessary. sincere praying earnestly for rain. He is already established in a tents He was taken violently ill, and tbe Fisnkfort. 5, That we tender him our Rev, II. C. Morrison will take no more paying drug store, and he and his lovely doctor summoned found evidence of arsen thanks. pastoral work, but will give himtelf to wife will continue to make tbe capital city ical poisoning. Swan's frienJs think it fl, That we favor and atrongly advocate evangelizilion and travel at large hereafter. their home. was an attempt to kill him by unknown enthe monthly holding cf a teachers' associa Odkl.X I III Courier Journal, Dr. John D. Wcod, that noblest work of emies. tion. The Tate's Creek Rjptiat Association Drugs, Bouks, Stationery and - 4?'j God, an honest man, and a one The cause of a peculiar epidemic which 7. That we tender our worthy and effwhich met with the Mt. Taber church, Garwithal, toil bauds upon and would have resulted in the deitb o' a number of peo icient superintendent, Dr. 8 C. Davis, our Fancy Articles. taken me a.prlsoner, but for the presence of pis at Tuorn Grove, near Jvnozville, Tenn., thanks for his cordiality and hospitality rard county, closed an interesting seisicn Rev. Percy G. Elsom, of lhTlrt ari' rr'oi!ptlon afiuratdy cmpouuiled Wednesday. As it was I only got oil by has just been discovered. List fall a gen the military during our session. Alfn Stanford, preached the introductory the akin of my teeeh. I am gratified to eral slaughter of dogs occurred in tho neigh8, That we extend our thanks to the cil- The attendance was very large and say that he has a e'e&d sure thing to ba reborhood and the dead bodies were thrown izsnsof Mt. Vernouand vicinity for their last year's work encoursginc. The arsocia printer, notwithstanding his into a cave. A stream of water which ran hospitality. elected public lion meets next year with Liberty church, . j designs upon your bumble servant. Tho Urges: Slook of Watches, Olooka, through this cave supplied a big sprint 9, That a copy of these resolutions be Garrard county. L .lewolrj and Silvorware The selection of Willis Rlngo for ts from which the little settlement obtained furnished the Interioh Journal and the Judge Sige, of the United States Court sjstant Secretary withdraws him from tbe 1(8 drinking water. Tha decaying circus. Mountain Echo for publication. Cincinnati, has refused an application to Krer boujlil in Ihli mark't i'rli'ci lower than at tlii ieM VVtfJ.,-- . HrK'ts an.l Jcwflry lie nee for Clerk of the House. This caused es of tho dogs polluted the water and cans-e- d J, N. Biiown, Ch'm. reduce the bail of Il'njamin Hopkins, lute li'i wjrmiiini. (.kiii- - mi nwil until' Assistant Cashier of the Fidelity Rank. Mr. Green K. Keller, who wai candidate fatal disease. tic M. B. DeBokp, Sc'y. i SimHBtetklB $nf mor$ounmI BUT -- (&MOCEBOT n, T. R. MAIN -- WALTON vouNj.n d L-j- & SOMEESET STS., VINTI GKTTHE per-yad- rv WALSH, THE TAILOR, tor iri ii avi:xuic x-oxjisv- - - P. EXCLUSIVELY. $10,-000,0- HOCKER & BRIGHT, d ... WATERS & DAVIS' rrKi i m n - - A. fi nunnr, (r&HMc'' tWt fcETOwT PHARMACIST, t 'cvlWf fcfrN, -- ter-m- on. JEWELER. .fe&F Vx7ffl&, Mm ieS3.lHW Ol Mt FWW iiiiiMiiimwiwimn rna yiinrn Tiir. and mi hnrrf-- t U pnt, the HiimuiHr - mtiv I j I mmi0m wfr nwimwmiiiiiiOTiiMm Pbvkhai, wheat ilrii' f )r cale cheap M, Hriim. mmwimiMUwiwir)niiwiMwiMMiiriiii I LtBERJT, mriiiilli irnw in 4-! 4 ;f Robert McWhorier'e hotisi in Yoseui-lif b irned 011 the Onvnii Criilleil 1'Inw mill nlrM nt A liSAUTli'Ul, litiuul connliue water bHh the 20 n, con Stanford, Ky .optembor 2, 1857 II ckiri HrinhlV. niil ollii-- ulaiittfarf jiiit received nt A. A, suming neirly nil hi bousenold goods. Urneml Frsnk Wulford, looking re All Ktk IIau. HUlorUiiicil h fev of Wiiirn'rf Moilel (Irtcry. tnkikihJy well for his nge.iH spending the E. O. WALTON, - UuulnoHU MnnuKOr. her frUml at her country liornu TiimiUj Tin: poMcfli.'u nt Arabi, thia county, lins week am-- n s his od friends and hcq niyht. been discontinued and the name of that at Hhickelford, Casey county, changed to L.& N. LOCAL TIME CAHO. Died, last week.j.Mlsa E iziE, Riuisev, thousand people attended the llilpin. a dat gh'er nf Air, John Ramsey, aged about Lexinzton Fair on TiieJay, the Urge! Mall tt) 12 SO f. u. Norm- I iiavk opened my winter slock anil atk 18 year. ' " 3i r. h. number ever I; no who to save bmiin An infint child of A. B. Wil on thai dy to ux(.ipm iriii" ouuio U i.M - .... ray customers to come in and examine it, Hams died on the 30.h. ' ' Norn 1M t.M a TllB A large number ef people came to ton IbkoTettcaltulltluii suinlartl tliue. tJolar Prof .Stanford AIlo and Fein lie Acedemy, Tne latest tliinita out in fine suiting. H, 8 J. I'ulliam, principal, and Mien C Kupley. null Jhout ;0 uiiuut lailar on Alonday, atlmcled by the Uachers' insti"HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE PAIR'S MOTTO. Matlie I'aztoii, acitint, opened yeiterday A C. LOCAL TIME CARD. tute und the examining triil of James The publio echool opened Alonday with with V3 pupil. Piles, charged with tie murder cf Brown-lo22 pupils anil Tuesday the number was inrralusleare ltowUiiiI at A and 7 20 a v. Mn J. V IlAYPCN'a 0 Cinbtrru l lasi Tuesday. It by 10 feet creased to 31 I'rof. l'nny will have hU lUilurnluK, airlfeat flmiJ 8:55 r. M. appears that there were fear of an attack French plate gU arrived and were put in hands full if they continue to come. on th prisoner, as all hla window yesterday. The room will be were search LOCAL NOTICES. Found. -- 0.1 the Danville and Stanford ed for weapons on entering Ihe court-housrealy for occupancy in a few day. Uuy your school bioka and achool nup pike, netr Elder Joseph Iiillou's, n valise your correspondent among the rest; but pliea from A. K. IVony. Aln, J T. HocKHt, on of our toani containing a blanket and eeyeral other none ere found on hi ptaceable person. Ask your urocer for the Cincinnati !$ man, Dr. 8.(1. Hocker, bought a halfinler-e- l things which the owner can get by paying General Frank Wolf or d and County Alior kioic Co. cracker hih! cake, in the store of Allen iSt 0fens, McKin for thi notice. ney Clark pro'ecuted, while George Denny V ATCHtJ 'ind Jewelry repaired on "lior uey, at city prices with 6 per cent. oil. Miw U D. S'impjon writes u to an and George E Stone were employed for the notice ami warranted by A. It, I'enny. In the locnl about the killing of Divid nounce that Mr. A D R;id will give an defense. There was much parring, thitiit A oomplctk ntoclc of jewolry, latiwt ing and wrangling Myle, Kockford walclira aapecinlty. A, Klt'phen br John I'ujn In our lat ivue, elocutioniry enlerlaiiiment at White Ok After two ihjs' trialam(ng the counselors. it. IVniiy. ."(iiijH J D. we Interted the name of Mr John Crutch School huii'e to nilii. The admission will Thk firui of lVnny A .McAlialer (hid, when it should hav been Mrn June be OLlr 15 cen:a and at Mra. Keid's enter Osrens, Judge Riins being sworn ell of tho ulnolYeu, tliH account are ready for suiiIm lidld. tainmenta are spoken of in the highest bench, Piles was held lo answer at the next merit. Coin at once and rettlc. You may Cruict term of circuit cnuri, his bond being fixfd rof I, Tiir. S.anford Itjller Mill are running ternifl a treat is expected. at $500, which he speedily gave. ilar and night now and Mre sellirg ll ur in -- Tne county teachers institute convenDr. W. IJ J'enny and wife Kkmovam PERSONAL. Dinville, Kichaiond and Ltnc4ter, where moved into the W. H. Ander'.n properly, ed at the Cnnetian chinch at 10 i.'clcck KonniT Fenzicmd down with pneu- are roller mill. The ''Diisy" Mills are on Homereet avenue, yesterday. Mr. G. R. Aloudav morning, and organrzd by ap monia hard lo btat. Hardin and familr. who vacated the same pointing Col Silas A lam, ooairman, J. E MciClniinjr, nttenilid J. V. b'AM.r.K, home, moved lo Lancaster and M(Sra Hutlmtn, stcretary, and Rav. W. P. Mit J. I! Hkhunh will oblige ih- - in the irmiynr.l at Frankfort. Smith and George Irio have moved their Tnoniss, conduc'or Nearly all of the Mf' Ku.tN WkaiiknU vHitinj M 4 (liring public greatly if he will tell them familirs totlin Divfe houe. on Lancaster leai'iiers of the county are present aud a hr hn built a fence, twelve ftet high round HtrU Khrte, nt Lebanon rf-and .Mrs I'reitt Ki the Alisse Dud gnud'f number of cd z n tae an inters! We h.ve heurd thl CitAK. Dun. In 'vmitioK hi yard and garden Mii. Jtlia dernr property, just below. in the proceedings Them are number cf qtiMlion aked repeatedly, bat no atiffc-tor- y her aiMer, Mrc. J. K. Ilruce. .aiir cive, haLiUooib and in!e ligent ftcule anwer hai been giren Hon J S 0it,KY reiurrel from a UAHRIAGES. teachers on hand hud llit.se of the male rlcil lo lo'iinTille je.terdar lliiOTUKii Huitem, of the Lebanon .Stun-d- a lovila.lnri have been receivM to the per u .sion would pass well sny where It Ml KtDiK Staihi, of HarroiUnuri;, id i hard to down Although burnt umrrngrt of Mn Annie, the betutiful is a working Hsmbly and will do some i vititini; Mim llichar.N and all. h comes out on daughter of Mr and Mr. Jonn Buchanan, good ou'side of the out. tvp, pre-.e- ml lightning which H.v 1.8 McKi.uov, of Mt. 8 erlini;, time Wednesday with half nhiet full nf . .. has been destroyed. In fict I r .l. I ui inu wrcnaru, 10 .ir. j inn a. iiaiue nertr wn at i TtKiiinc liUunny frlcndihere. iuletf-riorading mailer and full detail man, nf the Liui'vilie 'limt,aa Welnei an instilu h in Liberty snd I b.ave al'end Mis Jknnik McKinnky, of Hl!toil-to- o' Hip lire Hi snlncrihera should h.w uar, "5'i'euiiisr ii'i. ine marriage cere ed a number, eiM a,o ith'ut lis bvi g irJammtlEESXlSWi Til .', i t '(in.' M M ty lUlui, thtur aivnciali'in of him by pnying up uion? will be performed nt 11 o'clock at made inieie-iiii- g sn I iiix'ructive, My -- liromn V Mri.HTKR aUriel lo coup'., rr more year in adv.ince. Mr. K inhnnnr.' re--i lence on Snrinm av ha befii lhal where bjh pecplr-an'I'txa- - WtduMMlty oh a rociiii.: tour. t(cher lakn iri inlere-- t ill it lhee .(MHO 'v k... 1I..1 . ..L..., Mns J I). Swain ieliirid laat nielli meeting are valuable insliuinm; but paper failed to reich that cfli:e Tueaday. froui a ri'it lo her innther in Macon coun- ..JV0. STOCK iNU CRU- ,M F.ICCIIAT T where teacher are dihtory and the c imThis ii the second time thia his occurred in 17-I- rish Potatoes Wanted by r R. Wal munity don't apprccia'e them ihev are a OiMnor. Huiiton, of tic Liurel Coal the hut few week and is exceedingly ton. nulsHt'Cu 1 uae rKelrcd Whtievtr filie or anj atlil ri w put them in as the poiloffice i ttuwn vi.iiidu fAthi r'rt fui-- William Gooch sold 10 A. T. Nunnel-le- y Liberty tiny have ie well deserve a lure in time for the suulh bsund train, '2't 20 pound fat hos at $1 15 hrigr-- i rrwn in ,t higher world f r the Ml llAi'tiri. Au.iajN.uf Uaoretown, which pteswi here at I LIS v M ,ai r;gul.ir The drouth has daumged tbe cotlon hospita' ty r.nd friendly mautc- - in which i with her winter, Mr Judu Stephen ly as Monday and Thursday nights cjme. Comprising tbt- boat In the market, which will be crop in the .Merat his district 30 per cent she Irta e tiir lemtitr Huron. It is the fault of the mail agent, you see, A. T. Nnnnelley sold to D T. Tribble, Up in Btylo and Mcko Sooond to Nona in City or Cduatr. -- PraLzui, Mk MmslCK, of Dinrille, liu hern and not ours. ice Jinunu w..u murdered Gotten of Madison, a car load of stock hogs at the stiot of her daughter, Mr. J. II. two women and a cniicl in Pari- - in March tiiyv. Mu 11 Criiil. The fact that there have been two de cents, 1 locker. latt, was gillotined at dm light Wednesday A.T Nunnelly shipped lo Cincinnati W.J fc'rAltK-i- , one of lie cIatcm! structive fire in thi part of the State re- parlie two car load of hogs and received morcing before a crowd ot 20 000 people, cently, should make u. use every precau drumuitraoi) the road, U at "home" for a who had bten encsmped in the street of 3) to 5 cents. tion about leaving fire in atovei or where Irotn Paris waiting tbe day or twr. for day. I Hob-inoA. T Nunnelley bought of A. C there is any po'sible chance of it Join:; fitting close to h career of crime hard Okoikik K. Cai;on, who h the '28 ISO pound hog at cents and cf was D will be well too to examine the ly (quailed in hislnrv. pant yiar at Kieter, MiMour!, ia Ti'nltinc harm. ! line, a defective one ctue fully two- - Jordan Perkins SG same kind at the same Otorf.e Kimi'y tires, Stanford would have a price. third of the ICVr AI)W:ilTIHK!flC.TK. A dairyman siys he has found sor-- Mil" HAi.i,u:LAHOr:, Mim Mary Mnr-ti- n there Kor showing in a fight with Gre, a ghum cane cut up fine and fed to cowa with and Mi 1ir.ie HnlcbUin, paid n a is such a icarcily of wattr. wheat bran ij'iile beneficial He says the pltMant call Tuesday. ! TliKgame of basa bll between the l.N'TK-ni- milk was ha. only increased, but was rich Mn M K IIuLtT left yesterday for Jouiinai, nine and the "Old Timers" er also Minneapolis Minn . where he will eprn 1 a o I Oder for tale, privately, mj residence on John Sain Osrsley, Foreslus Reid and oime oil Tuesday a announced. The I, street. Tcrma made known on application. month with bin homo folk. .y. ( SAUFI.EV. MlH Mauoik JoN8, of Lincoln, haa J', had their tegular nine, which is the J. A. Harris A Son sold to B F. Rabineon, been the gitwl of the family of Mr 8. O crsik nine of this section, while the O.d of Garrard, 155 shipping cattle, Mr. Owsn 41.12! Timer were J 11 1'jxton, J. T. Craig, II ley realu ng JJ 50 per hundred, Air. Raid iiiuiihtuan, - Dinvilio Advocate. IJ II ibb, ! fcllar for s.ileiny Mrm of 110 acrcaon th A. Harris A don 3 00 for Htrve Helm, f.l.sOandJ J McKoberls, J. Mil F. J Astiionv, our old tOKr.s 1'lke nl (in Dlx Hirer. Oool dwell ng man, i rpjUti of in ooinplimentoty term R. G. Hall, J. W. McAlister, O. L Ptnoy, them hvute. well walercl, well liujKOTtil, his good aud Is ilrsirablo generally. Cull, examine and John Bright, Jr. Siven Innin.'i were The hemp acreage in Boyle, Alercer ami gtl terms. AIjE.W HOl.Tjr.Kt.A or eertlct-- rendered at the Lehinon Ore, II', G in sunfonl, K y. Mit V. F. 1'uKAitn, of Montgomery, played and the score atood 16 tn fvor and Girrard counties i about the same as 'ii'i M. hsnirlTel and taken chrc 'I the third cf the Inteiuoii Jouiinavi CjI Welch last yer. The yield will not be much over "trick" in tho train dixpatcher'n cflice at presented the lait named club with a fine a half crop. P. T. Gintry sold to Krat2, p.alr of catching gloves and a couple of bits Saturday, 1 17 head of fat cattle at cents Florence Washing Machine. Itowland They are extra and will good work. The Old Timer were and a premium Mis.th Doha ani fir?ir Duyant nd for their I haro bought the rlRUt to sell Ihe Florence am Waslilpg hlno Mica Kt'v 1m'a, of TenriiMefp, arrived tin consiJeratily worried over their ilefeit and averaje about 1700 pounds.- - Danville all who Mn wlah auO eavo now preiarcil to tiirnUh to their clothea fio-- tho mar rubbing and tearing incident to tbe oU process ol Pha3tODs, ay they have en ugh. A large crowd of Advocate. Wfdno'iUif and ar uneata of Mnci Fin and l rQnrlncrd. washing Tike one and Charley, "the Duichman," bought of I'll not worry you nbouttry it specialors, b)lh ladicn and gentlemen, wit nie Hill aul Mlldn-i- l Ltwi. buying unless you are Sash-Blind- s, fully satiifieJ as tu Its merits. nes-e- d . R. Denny, 30 head of New York game. C C. Cirion umpired to the Mn. Jamim Lovk, cf Lihrrty, Mo., t cattle ji. ' vi.ms, at I cents; 6 at 31 Also ot Jesie Doty 10 HtvaJ'iuirters at S. S. Myera' atorc. here v i i t i n the pcrtiri of hla childhcod. the satisfaction of all. &c. at 1 cents; 2 at 3J Also of A. K Walker, He left Hianford f0 yeara ago and haa been everjbe-foreeon of the man killed David Stkphknij, 20 nt bach only twice during that time. cent. Aveiagu weight of whole by John Payne, aaks ua lo say that the relot 1 5oO. At the sale of Airs. Katie ShuMlSSM LlZIK AN MAIlt I)Ri.LEY port that his father had 10 brothers nud guurnntiMMi as re All mate com sold at $2 01 per barrel in the left T'terday for Fort Siott, !anaa, where 513 Itb St, Louisville, Ky., that they all died with their boota on ia field, hogs sold OS per cwl, 22 shoals nt We can as as good at they will attend ochool. Their father, Air incorreet. There were only seven brothers K H Heit ey, .iccompanied them aa far is ?2 10 per head, 1 1 shoals at $3 GO per head, THE GENTS' FURNISHERS (lcnlor ns liiftiiiiliii'hirt1:' iind of them and two of thoee died natuial horses from $95 to $110 Tho farm of 105 Louinville. AMIAOIlXT.SIOlt TIIK it is line Come and see death during the war; two were killed in -- Mil J. V Hiiooks and hla airter, MIm battl in the war; one wa murdered just acre sold to G. W. Bowman at $33 00 per INDIANAPOLIS LAUNDRY. Central Journal. Mo)lie,cha)roned a large crowd of Crab after the war, another died several years acre Orchard and Crab Orchard Hpringa ladiea ago and the ArI., Ilustouvlllv, Ky. J. OANVILLE. BOTLE CUUNlt. "th, Dayid Stephens, died as to Mammoth Cave Tue'day. They will be mentioned above. He says his father did FARM FOR SALE ! gone about n week. W. F. Evans has sold to W. II. Prewht ask that his boots be removed, but said 10 1 Mits. 8, C. TiiUEHEAJvr leave thia cattle at 4 cents. I ofler lor sale, privately, my farm adjoining th-- ) nothing cf the others dying at all. Mr. Logan Prewett, the colored man shot towu of Huitoatille on Stanford pike. Said firm uiomini: for Alillerhurj.' lo prepire for the Stephens also riqueals m to say that hie opening cf Alillereburi; Female College on father had bioi a member of the Baptist several weeks ago by Pjliceman George CONTAINS ABOUT OO AOKES, (Cicoinnati New Orleans and Texas Paclflo Railway.) Wednesday nixt. HIih tella tia that her ia able to walk about the streets. church for ISO years and that not the slight Miller Moreor loMof Hinging Fork Rottoni Land, of good Lino to .Vow Father Valentino, of St. Mary's Col quality, .11 uoder good fence, mostly o and proepcia f ir a irnod school thia year are eat charge had ever been brought ajainat and locust, ntcs coltago Iiwelltng, rail lege, has charge of the Catholic church good Ham and other very bright West. East, Taera aro him, which shows, if true and Mr. StephMn. D, W. Hilton, of the Mutual ens says he cm prove it, that the old gen during the absence tf Father Brady in ereral b torts, Mercbant Mill, National Hank, and two llourlahlne Schools In tbo town, tbe People generous and Hojplub'.o. For further Li'e Inaurance Cjinptny, with headijuae llecianV ltfs waa an exceptionally good Alichigan. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. Information call on or address The ahooting and banging in the tera at Louinville. paid 111 a call Thursday. one . .V. C. AlsLES, or KKAO VI. HEAD DOWN. J.J.ALMjKA. vicinity of the cemetery haa begun again, Mr. Hilton waa one of the founders of the 2Sli.lt lluatonrtlle Ky. waa I'ltAlMSNUrtl'll, TKAINdttOUril. JnuiiNAL and aaya he feela great f Aln, K. L. Tanneii, of McKinney, great danger and annoyance of peoto the Inteiuoii .Mo. . o. 4. M 1. ' M 10. ."!', a. ll.l. i No."s. No.l. i down yesterday and gave us the following ple living thereabouts .STATIONS. interest in it welfare. Dallr. Dally Daily. D.illj. V.i Sua Dally items: About 1 o'clock yesterday morning Dally. Ex. iSuu. L.illy . Dally. ST. CLOUD HOTEL, W. S. Holman, of Athens, Ga., ii here a fire ta. discavereJ at the bck of Allen buying hones for tho southern market. Mr LOCAL MATTEIS. 10 2.5 a m ti 40 a tu, L'Tl' ..' Iliclliualt ... i'iv 6 4.' p in 7 55 a m 4 03 pm1 9 00 pin A 15 pm 6 55 a ui 3 43am ... ,..' 11 VO a ui, 7 SO p ir II 61 p m llitiil COIt. 2X1) A JEFKKItSOS STS., A Ovens' store at that place anl had it not I 5 Ii m' 5 10 a in 2 21atu City IS a in Farm writes from New Mexico ..Juuttlnii 12 M p m 0 I Up m New coal oil cook stove The "Ddilu," been seen in linn the store won have been Morris 7 6.5 p in 7 5 mil 0 50 p ui ,. .. laLJalu 6 it 6 65 a in 6 15 p m - - Row-lanthat he is in the enjiyment of excellent 4 65 ji tu 15 it m 7 30 a m 5 8 ib a iu 17 Koyie '.105 pin for rule cheap. G. W. Goodrich, nt inanhesin a few minute. Iihojuii U have health. 7 10 p in ...I 8 4 a ui 20 a Ai'v . t'liatlanoo.1. L'je 5 on a in 4 I ) a m a 3D p in loll gate. VAN F. LYONS, Prop. 5 31 pu ,'rT I SO a in 'J 15 a in . UiattHiiooca.. 10 00 p in been the work of an incendiary, as the fire 4S a mi 10 pm V'rT .. Atlanta 1 IGaiu Ar'f 115pm Mr. Logan, tbe United States pension 10 :u p m 10 40 am .flrmlmilmuj 3 611 p ui Mn, IloiiiiiTT wrilea us ai follows: wis started from the outside. No damage man, haa completed the taking of teslimo Stroot C.tra pass tho ITotol for all I 10 a in 8 3 p m 811a ut .. Tui alalia A 12 a m 0 J p ui 7 4itp in 6 40 a tu A Iron , .. 7 40 p id T 00 a iu "Please to remind the readers of your pa was done to tho stock, but the building WJa ny which is to dolermine whether or not Dopots, Tbe Exposition, Raos 4 4.5 a ui . YurS I' in, 0 15 p ii. S 55 a in per, Friday, that I will speak at 8tanford considerably torn to piece, in putting the Pet Birbee, a colored man of this place, is 3 30am UU p in L'r l'piii iVt .Mrriiau 10 CO a in. 3 20 am . iirriuiaii.. 16 pm As Air. Tanner went to hla store fire out n r Courso, and all plaooi of iu " II L'i 1010kui county court day, next Monday. to retain the pension of $72 per month that 8 35pm u'vr ..I 0 16 .1 in 6 50 p m a'it .. Niw Uilcaua. .A'rr and.a in II yesterday morning to open out he raw a '0 2 45am 4 m . Mit illan... 10 40 a in !tt ii iu intoroBt. Spocial ratoa a S5 p ui On account of the absence of three of the negro laying on tbe ground near his door, waa grunted hint several years ago. Barbee A'rv . Jm'k'cli ...A rv I" 35 a iu ... :iSDa in 4 '20 p lu 7 i1 h in 7 15 put 7 l)i ui ,.VcEtiur Ii'i 5 .1 III is totally blind acd claimed when the pento Merchants an1 Commonwealth witnesses the trial of John seemingly taking a nap. As he did not 1 55 pin .' a n ui .. ..Muiiro .... U 15 p ui lJSSu in, "i Hi it in . lOIOats 4 3 I p IU a ml killing of Divid Stephens., wake up or move in any way, Air. Tannor sion waa granted that tho blindness was in M0 Commorclal Payne for the Uni(,V ill mro u'i uaim. Mann UouJulr yiulut Mon. set for Wednesday, was continued till next went out to see what was the matter with curred through exposuro while in the ted States service, bat those who think the II COLLBltAN, tloa'l Fit. A I mi. Ast Tuesday at 9 o'clock. JOHN C (1AUI.T Han't Mmmkim him. Oj reaching him hu saw blood on J?lI.OO TJ3U DA.Y, K. CAUUOLU, tie I -- upt. m pension should not have been granted, conshow-e- l m 4ir t, t'lnc uiun Op'i. Gontial OtBciw. i I'aul HiilMluu, H .i THE New York and Philadelphia Cloth- his clothe and further Investigation 's tend that blindness is hereditary in that ho had received n pistol wound in WIDOW FLIEG ing and Merchant Tailoring Agency of Jno. family, his father, a brother and a eon HJIKKi: IS KNEU? H.Crig&C.i, with Browning, King &. hla side and that he was cold In death. The having lost their eyesight. Wauamaker A Brown and Jacob negro belonged to the uiiteria! tr.tin gang Co, Widow Fllegcncr, maiden raue Krull, poeslbly The sale of chickens and egg will in- inarilM lo an American or olbtr gentleman, aud and waa kille 1 by one of his nnmlnr in a Reed's Sjne.cflera to the trade 1,000 fornow known under his name, a natlie ol Kiel, row, over what it is not known. His name crease in our county now, that Canter's Holstein, 1'runln, .aid to bo a resident of Stan.JEIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. eign and domestic fabrics for men's fall and ford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, defendAgricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Norau and overcoats. Each was Bob Woods, aged about 70, and his Chicken Cholera Cure has been introduced ants, are requested to addreis the or hersigned on winter Mills, trousers undo murdererV name ii Joe Rjrs, Reel skip here. It has cured all to which it has been account of a will and Inheritance liom Frledlaad, School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. garment cut and made by tbe finest artiela Mecklentiunr, Germany I COUNTY AI'l'OlNTEF.S KECEIvnn I'KKK lirTl'ITItlSp;d a soon aa tho deed wai done and his given and Is very popular with our poultry 111:00. HcmrAitrz Co., Fall term bepma SEPT. 14, IB87. For CATALOGUE and other Information, ad iirw and guaranteed lo lit perfectly or uo sale :5i-l" ' raisers. Sold by AlcRoberts & Slang. Iulavllle, Ky. whereabouts are unknown. uitB a specially. JAMES K. PATTERSON, PH. D.. LEXINGTON, KY. Regulaticu full drew f e nig-it,i- run jet. CiSEt COUHTX 219 to 227 W. Joilorsou, 220 W. Market, MIS I laitit-ance- I.OUISTIILJB, ICY. Fii-tek- 1 11 1 Those us like trial. money should not iail give Truly the wonder of this century. e to c o o to h) re liin cj 0 c Hie 11 ff.l. -f g , tJ..l H- O, RUPLET, ii.mi. elr-ng- - - Couii, 'i' e - 'New Goods for Spring and Summer 1 1 weaken k mmmi oii FOIt SXIjK Pan-vlll- Mb-3- t, rnn for Liu-cil- ir nl 1 w' 1 Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sura ys, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Our Stock of Ve , Picket Fencing, is larger and more complete thanf hides WALLACE &C0CHRAN, from the cheapest to ihe best. ol work suil tho times." any or U.GKEE, $-- 1 our presented. Prices to vehicles sell you lor littlu money. broken. assortment before WEAKEN & MENEFEE.. FINE 000-poun- d Queen and Crescent Route. (Menus, Shortest and Quickest Texas, Cuin, South South ofi-jda- r Florida, THE 1 1 1 d LOUISVILLE, KY., . . I 1 . 1 . n 1 fc'li-p- ll'X'JSS. . Bar-bee- iTATE 1 GOLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. .- r n cuyf LIGHTEN THE WORK. A A FATAL MISTAKE. sa A DAY AT SARATOGA. Torrlblo Rcoulta of a Bad An Interview Dotxvoon Ell Porlslno lint 0 yon over noticed while on tin Tho Oaso and a Sooloty Bollo. of street how many women yon pass witli Lovo-SIckno- llnlj- Tlint livery llnuaekoeprr Otron ta Herself hikI llrr l'mnlly. - I ' tired, weary expressions on their faces? How Fashionable Tpung Ladles Spend Thoy may ho laughing and talking A Touthful Itccluio Tolls the Story of tt Their Tlino nt 'Watering rincct A Disastrous Itullruuil Collision Caujeil pleasantly, to all appearance as happy HHcet Cronturc'a lMlfj-InChats ly Ills Own Criminal Careas any one could wish, but their sweetwith a Lovely Dude. lessness. est smile can not conceal tho weary, I asked a beautiful young lady from St. expressions that aro Away up on tho slopo of tho Allegheny Louis, who was lllrting with thrco their features. Theso Mountains, four or flvo miles from stamped upon fellows on tho balcony of tho and only a row steps oft tho lino of what sho did In Saratoga, says Ell States, may, in some cases bo the effects of ill Porklns tho old Cumbcrlnnd pike, n llttlo plain In tho Saratoga Sties. health or too closo application to tho board cabin stands. It isn't much bigger " Do you mean every thing I do!" eho domands of society, which quito fre- than a pood sized dog kennel nnd It sot quently aro the causes of ill health, but far back among tho rocks nnd treesisthat so asked. it the majority of thorn aro housekeepers, can not bo seen moro than ono hundred nil"Yes; I want to know the dally ritual of you young ladles." working housekeepers, many of thorn yard3 away. Hut thoro U a cleanly, homo" Well, wo get up tvt cljtlit, put en cur Jota-- t''1? M Rsv mothers of large families. To all house- like air about tho placo that speaks as posi- nun's vailing or batloto drcecea and chip Ji IttfUTAU tively words of tho refinement of tho hats nnd meet Fred or Gun on tho front balM keepers, but more particularly to tho owner. nsTho owner himself is eomowhat of cony for nwalk to tho spring. At tho spring latter class, does this article refer. r. mystery to the great majority of tho we meet the girls and fellows from tho Ills a duty you owe to jourself and mountain foil: who livo In that hotels, nud wo all drink tho water nndother talk family to lighten your housework as vicinity, but to tho solect few who enjoy bis sensible." confidenco ho is n friend whoso friendship " What do you talk otmt 1" much as possible, so that your husband " Oh, wo gitb tall: about drcsucs nnd tell and children may not bo called upon to Is ns solid ns tho rocks on winch his httlo homo is built A Pittsburgh J)ipateh re- each other what the fellcwa osid tho night mourn tho los of wife and mother long porter rambling over tho mountains stum on thoso dark balconies before your natural time, livery year bled all unexpectedly upon tho secluded before. Yea Inowlots of ewoet things nnd tho fellows do say there are many women die from over- dwelling. Tho occupant was slttiug in a very rensiblo things, tco. Now last hammock just otifide Uio door, ni7ht Albert work, ami nxt f theni from unnecesand I had a reguadjusting a fish lino to a pretty jomtod rod. lar philosophical u.sciosioa. Ho hold tho sary work. To be mi re. till- - is not tiio A daily paper lay on the ground at hl3 foot. disease et down as the eauv of death Uo was a young man, not moro than umbrella to keep off miwsaa'a eyes electric light. Thon wo talked on the eertilicate of tho phyioian; thirty years of nge, but his hair and thotho human soul how destiny nbc.it - probably pneumonia, typhoid and mustncho were aa whlto as silvor, and comet imos bcund two souls together by nn there w.tfover or some other kindred disease, thoro was an expression of sadness) on his inv.siblo chain. Then wo ccnoidered tho as m ui fnco which to bo habitual. hut could we get the opinion of the at- clothing wassoemod worn, but it was His mieeion of man and woman upon earth old and well luv.v thoy ought to comfort cr h other in tending phyiei.ins. I have no doubt kept and neat for all that, and it was vror.i KT. sickness nnd health. qu.to thoy would .say that, were not the con- with a grace thnt is not born in tho mount- startled mo by asking Thenif Aljcrt really mo over I ain districts. Ho woloomed hio visitor as cared for nny ono. And when 1 said 'Yet, stitutions of many of theo women by overwork, thev would havo heartily as though ho had known him for lor papa and mnmmo,' bo laughed and said years, and his invitation to tako n seat and he didn't mean them, nnd then I felt quito boon living It K think, ad- - reet almost amounted to a command. Durhurt and tho tears camo to iay eyes, for I mitted by most physicians that unless, ing tho courso of the two hours' convoca- do lovo mamma, oven ! " if Tbtit fowder nurrr Ttrlri. A nnrvel ol purltj tho constitution is naturally weak, or tion which followed he told tho sad story of More rruuumlti "Well, what do you do after drinking tho itrcuilh anil wuolooincm weakened by excesses, the above dis- bis life and tho combination of t&in me ordinary kioiit, mi cm not Ihi mic J interrupted in my busmess-hkwhich led lum to leave the hubita' water!'' eomtlton with tbe nuiitlttulo of ow tr .nhort way. eases seldom provo fatal. If I'M! wclijbt aluui or phoiphte powderi. toMonlj la tlons of men and go away into tho mountain "Why, we all go to breakfast Then after cdi. IIoyilBakinii I'owdk Oe. American women are not, as a rule, by himself. 100 Willi atrtft. New Yor breakfast it's ten o'clock, you know, and wo of as robust constitutions as thoo of 'I was raised and educated in Pittsthe hear tho music other countries. Whethet tho women burgh," ho said. "I learned telegraphy in all sit on the balconies and Sometimes the and read now(.pniors. themselves aro to blame for this or tho tho Wostorn Union olllce, and when not lllrting fellows try to hold our bauds under LOUIS SrilMM EL, ulimato of tho country (that, by tho yet twenty year of age was put in charge the newsiHipers. Now, yesterday morning, ofanofllco on a railroad out in Ohio. It Albert tried to. He leaned his face towards way, is made to mother a gooil many doesn't mako any difference what oflice it felt his mustache ill most touch me ills she had no hand in making), it is was or what road it was on, it was an oftieo mine. as he whispered tin h nice my ear lilCII.MJ.MI, KfTl(K hard to determine, but that the Ameri- und n rather important one at that. I hadn't Ho told me bow he hnd words in longed women are not strong is an estab- been in my new pMtion more than six can to euk to me all alone. Then I Photographs in all styles and sizos. in love with a was very happy, for I knew he was going lished fact. You, then, knowing this, weeks when I fell desjierately"from girl who li ed only a block my onlce. to say something ory nice indeed, and " Pictures in India Ink Crnyon nnd have no right whatever to abuse your The attachment was mutual, and wlien tho Water Colors. "And constitution by excessive work where bix weeks had lengthened into six months next f" after the bultvny discussion, what -- it was there is no necessity for it. Don't havo we were engaged. One night til Mitt ii "0, then we dress nnd prink up for dinlsT7 I had been to see my sweet(1 lr white clothes for tho little ones to play ner. And ufter dinner, It's live o'clock Ptlcev in, but if you do !i ivetliein, make thorn heart and about midnight was sitting in my now, you know, we alt go to drive. We nttioe tlunkmtrnf oumnivf wedding, and TriniMii'r Feed. plain. Throw aw. i .ill tucks and nif- feeling as hujipythens any joung mun with drive to Moon' lake and take a lemonade, a iiiuiii SI to ties in every day wear for yourself and bright prospects ahead of him could feel, overto tho (Jcyser for a glass of vlohy, anil AND up Woudlawn among tho children. Don't wear lace or linen col- when woid came over the wires that n spe- Mother, she us ubout being so SALE STABLE ! III aluajN Iiu on luiitil a laruc ami kcIpoI line ol' rural, lars every day. They aro not 'Worth cial freight was coming over tho main track worldly nnd rumpling so many white ax low a siu-It was still thirty miles away, dresses where it costs fifteen dollars to Ilirlnj rtot'd tho laMori )iot rtrrrt, I tu lure anil I mliTtiilicr'n (JimiiIm. ,tly prlci'H will the strength in doing them up, and if westward. recording tho fact and after that it was com- - wash them, and wo girls look out sharp for prrretl io tntln mil tirmk liorv.1 on reitorjitl KuimN can Im Imiiii;IiI In the HIIcn. Jtvt' me a irlul ami y on sent to the laundry wear out in such a tug my thoughts recurred to the little girl the fellows terms. Count T Court tliy uxir rollrllrtl llian Uih Iomi'hi. in their and tandems. joii.v it. r.i itfi:xTKit, nlll ln coinliiccil lliai 1 mll little while that they do not pay in tho down tho stroct. mo out in his trap yesterday Minloi.l, Kj Albert took OJiu. end. Use touiists" milling for every "Ten minutes later tho cm luctm- of tho Such lovely horses, and Albert, wasn't he day. It can not be washed but it n east bound oxpross euine in for orders. 'All lovelv, too! Wo drove over mi the old road J-right, very pretty, and when 'oiled c.ii b him. Hill,' I said, as I glanced up and snw where hoIumIv eor drive. Then we came n minute later ho was on hit train, iNM'k bv laike Lonelv - just Albert and I, and IKOITNI:,! thrown away, and in the cud bo much speeding away at a you know, und the stupid tiger lichind - anil LONDON, KY. cheaper than collars that are washed gun. Tho were scan elj out of Albert, he i.evor talked so sensibly He ' Mght w u I happened to look ut in v desk. took nij h'tiid ui il sjid T. cry f'.iu i ought evory week. Particularly is tins F . B. UILEX, Proiirlotor. suitable to warm, sultry weather, There was nothing there but my instru- to g.ve his daughter one hundred thousund Kowpcrt News li 1lsslrslppl Valle7 C: that dollars ow her malriugc day." and I said 'It 'tlioroticlilr ltrniilrd niul ItiTur. as it retains its shape and is much cooler ment and a bit of jMipir. but plain Irlt ut was enough. letters on would be roil nit? if they would do it and nlilli'il llirollKlioiil rirHt.i'liimi J'arc collars, which arc the most it, were the wordsTherein than linen QY DAYLIGHT I hud written not more 1 knew fMther would ' and then Albert niul rooHoimlilc irlr'H, liny mill ululil uncomfortable kind of neckwear for than a quirtor of an hour befoie. 'IMra sighed aud his Um cuuie- -' Through the Irilnnnrc mrt hy iiilllr 1'iirlrrn if Ihlx 4LLEGHNIESCANONS ot NEW RIVER and acron th and tht BLUE RIDGE, patting WHITE ."OT.r, not weaiuer. w mi me exception oi a freight, t !! Bill to sidetrack ' Tho exnress And wlmt tU you do tu the owiiin' ' I populnr Hoiihc. SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Httorlt at tht few articles, don't iron but very slightly 1ms to sidetrack, jou know, becuutu the interrupted Alleghany Mountain! In Virginia. enough Well, we juit dance. Mother buvs tho tiio plain clothes. Only the sheets for switches were not longon end. for freights. My hair fuftiy stood FRTS3T susnraa climate in al'zsi:a. There was ball tiekeUt ami take us in, you know, and tho spare bed need bo irono 1 all over. that freight coming on with full steam, sits ami holds our tilings and talks scandal JIAIXST, IIICIinO.M' kV The rest need not bo pressed only at with tho express going to meet it ut the with the other mothers. Then th fellows, Obtenatlon Care from Kinmha Fa lit to Charlottit illl Breaklait to Supper) Irom April lit to Oictm miles an hour I fell nil dressed Just lovely, join Us. und we slide MAKES top and bottom. The plain un- ruto of twenty-liv- e B. WILLIS, Der lit derclothing need get but a slight berk in my chair, and the coldI ierspiration off inUi the wait. We dross nice. too. lKor(CoodTl!e:; me. 'I hen oro'to ONLY SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS grasped the How ilo you like this dress! C'nnntll'acut ironing, and if the family is large, nono key to out nil over AtiJ tl.a ilJ well furnlthol riHimt, tin llo'l mv instrument nnd culled in succes-s- i deeollette. cost two hundred and rn n - llfty I've bai no iUxrlor, 0vl lampl" rootut atuchrl. at all. Somo people prefer to wear LwJstIUo, Cincinnati, and Lexlsgtcn, t: hi all the oftli'os intervening between tho brought out ten new ones this summer tt'ltatf2(0rtl7 thoir underclothing rough dry, claiming f. oti. a. They were nil d.iy ostites, uud anil six moro to come. Well, us I the thetit is healthier. Tho neatest ami Tin-- .lpori.torat,fhad gone home hours before was saying, . the follows join us ond licit,!",' tho instrument host housekeeper I ever knew was ait my excited imagination ns loud sounded to we dance -- and tliuice and ilaio e And ! us the diswhen we get tired and hot we promenade THE SOMERSET old lady who would never haw her charge of cautions. For lite minutes I out nn the dark Imleony in the win Lnst nnderclothing ironed on this score. Sho called in the desperate hope that some one night Albert held 3 lite so tight in tho tlm liont koIui; opiilar enterptlae it never ucd an iron pot or kettle when would hear me in tunc to stop the express. wait that I almost filiated Win n he took an This nmoPK the toijt tirat Klrt In tJIhn Htlr M.c It bo tin-few montha ltforo conflnemcnt. odd she. could get a tin or some other light Hut it was no use. IJvcr ollko v as closed. me out on the balcony to cool off. my face Tlielr next tnvlln (jculin UKI'THMIILH 13TI1 for liooL Tj M Tiitnii," ui.l free h: "I dropped tho Key ntid rim down tho was so red. Albert snld it was bee'iiuso my an,lCOM'INUi:-- DAY thf In aililitlon toIn Hot. Iliuuritili UcotLATOit Vo, AtUcla, Oa. waro to answer the same purpose. Sho II 2u0 ttow ring prrinluint Conneeti In timt deptt In Wathlngton lor stairs and out onto claimed that though tin would wear out had a wild hope that tho track. I think I dress wus so tight. I guess Albert did it. ling purwj. hmviirrrj Jajr, liortoa callM l I could o ertake tho I'l orrr the flnnl he commenced ono I'. M.and tartel quicker than iron, yet in the end it was express, but us soon ns I got Into the open Then about brides having of his I senslblo half mile liack Iniromiillr at The management i BALTIMORE, the Mate talks dots. agreed IiaTo Kiurol no PHILADELPHIA, 3 P or exiwnw to mako le an lutnt cheapor, for it javect both time and air I realized tho folly of any sia h attempt, with lum, and told him I was to havo two NEW YORK. nniachlnz Hireling tcllnta all otbart. Cheap rati'i and with the feeling of the most utter I f strength. It saved time, for when in a bundled thousand mid then he put his arm oo all the KallreaJa lor lioth tutu and heatt. Direct rout to returned to the oftioi i.ud dropped uroutid me I felt Ids hot cheek against erjlKdy tnrltiil. hurry whatever sho wished to cook "iSliic-''JraLYNCHQURC, It(,tii'.'' IIOOXE, Srcri'tnt'u tho chair. Hut I couldn't sit still. Tho minonntl--- " into could be done in f DANVILLE, the time than instrument on tho desk seemed to mock me 'Then ufter the bull, you all retire, don't And all polnlt In if iron were Used, and it saved strength, and tho air in the oftlee seemed stilling. I you!"' Notio of Ainouilmout VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA, Shortest and Quiokest Rudto from N for in lifting from one part of the Move walked out on tho track again and walked "Not much. Wo girls all go up to Killie tral Kontuokj to all Points North to another it required very little exer- back nnd forth along the cross ties, waiting Smith's room and talk it all over The East, West fincl Southwest. -- excursion tickets in season- .for tho result. I knew it must come, and I of ay they are going down to the readFatt (I rm lew,ii tion. Some may claim that tho tinw aro instinctivoly stayed within hearing distauco ing loom but fnther, he's very blunt, father .Sr.i is not conducive to health, but, of tho instrument. t, ; Nu. Is, und he says the profligate dudes go down Dally IKKM1 jc. iftlio tin is kept clean there is "It seemed nn age, but in reality It to the club house, drink champagne and Tho undersigned amcDd the nrtlclra of Itii orpor- j is 'in very little danger to be feared on that wasn't moro than half an hour, till tho piny on me gre.'ii. I'laying on tho green atlon of the eStanford Keller Mill Company, adopt- mid lim Throiuh llik-- l to anr Ml Fob 17, 1837, and on Chat day Bled for record I ran up stairs, hoping must be very innocent, but drinking sounder clickod and I.TP IMl'lTl destination rearhe.1 hi rn. mI. M) a m i ii hcore. wine In iheCierk'aolticeof Llmoln ronnly, Kjr , n t ,. purlieu. art, rail on any ont l tn. for lull Arr UniKitiii n that some II Jw a mi Don't have 'heavy furniture, rnoro beyond hope a disaster. lucky circumstance lsnwful I know Albert don't drink Why " H'lnie uiph r ci" i .'l i 10 j in toinpanr.orit)ivti-;1 was so nervous had averted last night he ate cnrdunioii seeds all tho H t. n. I). A.prr.i.Fr. ,1mmft l II Ih a m particularly in your diuing-rooI'htrlnilstiiHV or that I could scarcely hold the key to an- evening and auid I. 1 ho Capital Stock ol 4ld Company shall Irav, 1'au. Agent, Clen.l'aM. A;eul, ItlohllKIM so that he'd 40 p m p h' kitchen. Light furniture, both in color swer. Then I l..i back and waited as tho have no desire to he ate them Albert is so forty thousand dollars. OnrlnKlun, Kr l 1 p in Newport New Uiluton, K Oil, drink I" DM I'ctliii CuitilH' H. i;. IIL'.NTINC1T)N' ltweleer. ii i m no p and weight, will save a great deal of instrumcntclick'il what seemed to me to bo good and true, und he says if finances are It. The corporation (lull at no tlm Incur a Iianeral IjflUi'i. C'iirlniiloii.Ky Ii' p in ".Norfolk i lnydonth Hcnteuce: 'Impress and freight all right that we will be lnnrrletl in the- - "' debt rxceedlng twenty lx thouisnd lx hundred " Vllllll(lull unnoeeossary work. furt III as im " Malllin-- ir Hut I must go now," interrupted, und at.d fifty dollurs. .r I I. It '.1 lHI niture .shows every peek of dirt tlint eouiueti. .Nineteen Killed ; many injured.' " l'tillnllphli A.LACKKY, 1 regained my senses. i, "Two weeks later then wont to my room nud wrote down u'.cj. vr.i.cn, .settles on it, and though there would Iliad been hovering " Kew rora ii f. virm:i'.s, ainund between lii"o b. II.HIUNKft, what the sweet fashionable git sunl not be enough to harm anybody, wt und death during tho lnturvnl, nnd I was just T.H)3 KOsTlll. ' rliltOTUHRGIti. O'pljr at For Tlrel, Hale, W.f.fi.l,. lie least speck is an eyesore to the still so woak that I could scarcely mow a I'xcltil at Itiirul ItiKiirl. Ticket n Hi ei.r mJlr,- . t U II lll( tM FofiK. the lloston Traiirrijti't funny man, housekeeper, who must Uvu continu- linger. Hut I recovered rapidly, and then I. n v ' '1 Id Vlte thoy told mo tho awful details who hai been hiiendiiiK fei.' davs in tlio Itoth engially at work to keep it clem. d ' I. I. T. II' neers nail the conductor of the passenger country. U thiiiltin about iiiteiitiiia run f,. h . r ' furniture does not show du-- t in train, us well us sixteen passengers, had trivnnec of hiu, nillcd tho crow iliM'uur,iK,,r. ft' pr trtis way, and is much more preferable, been killed. Tho list of injured ran up to dt",it,'iii!tl to jircvent and hIkjIisIi tln jir.ii. t I'Jk ioit Tu,r- fJitj ,i.Kl and if of light weight the lifting of it is nearly nity. i no trains nail mot on a curve, tiee of flowing, especially at t.irly dawn, WtMl and tho passenger had been thrown over uu by tho gfiitlcuioii ineinbers of the f.'iithercd a very easy matter. (Jet all the g d), touisvmc ntwAiBT Chicago fit ,o- Hi.toi Sril) Ua.bui I i L" embankment thirty feet high. I'ojjj? s device is The cor- family of tho barnyard articles you can possibly afford. oner's THE INTERIOW JOURNAL details and simple, consisting only of n coal, jury had heard till You will, very likely, find sonie'tliat aro had exonerated me, althoughtho tell you now which Is attached to chanticleer's ouo ond of Will till MllllMVlIlM- log, while .S'Jl of little account, but there aie somo I would rather nt that time they hud tho other Is aftlxcd to tho suporlor section of LKAVIMO nOTII- Weekly Conner- - .loiiriuil Iti froprietor it Doturu, inou my his bill, wlJch is perforated to recoivo tho are excellent, and it will be woith hanged me. All through my that your experiment with the others to find sweetheart watched over mo and nursod string When n rooster essays to crow ho LOUISVir,LK aV CIXCIXVATI it Bbn.11 be dc court" to mi (Joantrt n One jfAr fur mil) l in , ,i in lit me, when I rocovored sho wiw kindness always begins by throwing back his head. tfirtli Hie plic nl nn. ho articles you want. Above all things, nnd and Hotel in tho 8tftT id tt Fur, consideration itself Hut I was in no When lilted with ono of Fogg's DiscourDally, re cures to travelers Appointments, or Attendon't cling to a certain way of doing mood for agers, it will readily bo seen, tho bird, In lly paying iul y iu wlli.reo ire lor un.t yeai tion to Comfort of things because your grandmother did it "As boon as I was able to leave tho hos- throwing back his head, shuts his mouth your homo with the tbi thoir Ouoatt that way, when you can find an easier pital I went to Pittsburgh, and from there J whether ho will or no, and, consequently, THE MOST RAPID SERVICE represenuittTHUei i w lio Smtb, nvwiiun-for a tarltl for reTiinuii mily. and the Imst, camo out here, intending to stay a month or thcro is no aperture through which tho way oi uoing ii. jjo you suppose your brightest aud atiliul tamlly w.ly In the Untied "atcaaje will lie nui, ejr'l it my nerves would got stronger, I crow can emei ge. I'ogg says that beforo free of ehara-e-. respected ancslress would have done so, till all summer, and Htates. ThMe who deslrr in vtaiiiine a sample Sierlal ii.niiH.i1aH oh stayed then it was so quiet ho thought of his Discourager ho couldn't to Conrnerrlanrateli t topy of the en'i si at thin nrhi Iur it tho way she did if she could havo nnd secluded hero that built mo this llttlo get a wink of sloop after two o'clock In tho KierattcmpUd between the great commercial always stpplled with fir rlwilr and Llilrtiyo, the raail of I low"" morning; but after lltting tho known an easier one? Certainly not. cabin, and I've been here ever since his the fastest ClhliltlTer most comfortalile and bonce 'Ve tft titltjr trains time and iur I. SI thr Ite., rtfntily t want, ho slept liko nn angel and Remember the world moves, ami you "How do I live I Well, I had u little money all points In IheSontli, or to the West kniintous(rl)niiihr Turi It) counterpart of tbla train W TO 6 liAYS J tnl (, lct. aud XortlnvfHt. The Vtro exported to mow with it. Iloiton in the bank anil It don't cost much in livo up was Into at breakfast regularly nnd habitu- on all trunk Hoes Is denominated JHvatftranlMit iia iu a1 VclitAIn toll iontllfr. The I,(mlt-ei- l r,rry Ic.iu here. When the money's all gone, icckoii ally. Fogg isn't sure, but ho thinks his Ini: W ctuSlrleiur. u rolling stock we emlludytt. Im given kttitrsuUn vention may bo so perfected in tlino ns to ployMixw'VHH. Tho sucrb go to I'll be ready to go myself pstrons VuJlmitvil Comfort. tires ttM Jirdcol bjtts Alritt A I.UL, BarA tall Coupon Ticket CJtlicM In the tioiitb or C'onncllsville once in awhile, but bo applicable to dogs, aud jxissibly to I53tM:iCiel:.lCj. The oat is a splendid food foryoung you wilt And our time tables and tickets, rny Jlu-mllu.'.jn. V. Y ! outsido of those places have not been babies, Ctnolnnatl.HIMI get Manon and stlik to .notion, If animals, because, compared with corn, away from horo for ten years." ObloVW you want to sura money and IniTe a pleasant JourA rinnili Wlt'it ItotmiK'. Sot liy Ditiginth mii.Ii iik r.ni) ton straw, etc., it is rich in muscle and K.O. McCOKMICK, r,tr l.O(t. That was a neat oompllmont that a ney. General Passenger Agent, Ctucago. I.nily e'eiuonts, and this also rittnrllo Stoiy. ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, French wit paid to uu oneniy who hnd como . City Ticket Agents and Olbcers: I.atly Ljtton usetl to Ml tho following: and scribbled "Conuln" (blackguard) upon K, A. liCCKNKH, 227 4th Are., Loulsrlllo. Cy. makes it a splendid food for work HOUSE, WALTON'S OPERA During Corn should bo fed sparingly to becamo a tinnier ut the ltulwor'v, Dean Swift his door ono night with a pleco of chalk. I. M. Tohuknck, 1.M Vina at., Cindnnatl, I) Premium, 81,000.00 tho subject of conversation, and XeM morning tho wit wont to tho fellow's HTANFOHD. KY. es2 Premium!, work animals during the summor S500.00 each when tho ladles had retired, ono of them house, nnd said, in the politest way possible: IiIDB P.UUfiriAN. o,r nn ' 6 Premiums, pecially, as it is a heating fond. It will asked Lady I..vtton: ' Whols thlH Pr Swift I ' Monsieur, you loft your nntno at my door I TU 7S- 'V I -- .'I H IJ It 3 13 O fV BMOS - - PrrpriotO'8. ii WALTO"' 25 Premiums, SIOO.OO In Can I ask him to mv partiem" pay to mako the grain ration of oats 'Hardlv last night, and I havo come to return thu ii 100 Premiums, 8TAFUKD, 850.00 ii the morning and at noon. Troy limes. m." "Why licit!" "ltVfiiiisohedid a tiling, visit." 200 Promiums, 820.00 sonii' yenrrt Hineo, which offeilnally L i i i iuw ajuiu side 1,000 Promiums, DniiKfi' "ii Limit ami mm. 810.00 it his ever itiiimaHriK ujrnlit In so'i)ty." be Myers Hotel. hliooiattgu, 'Jmiu. Eunt coinnloto sets of Seen, club lias n lar-'An sea tiiiO j fuit Mir'ius Oilue uu ..b.iuit... Where oncpei son is drowned at " What win. that C "Why ho tiled about a Tor full jiarllculnni ami tllnstioiw hca Circuery. Heating rapacity, Including gallery, are klllod on laud. UHU..V- -. mcinbcriliii at Fort WorMi T-LuudruU x.aiitMgu." lar In everv iioiinil of Anni'CKi.EH' Uofpge. lleasotiable rater to cool attcactlona. y want-ot-rc- st Union-tow- n hnnd-som- o Golden Spoclflc. It can be then In nenpof collceor tea without the kiiowlttljeol the person t;ikltilt Is nlxoliitriy harmless nmt will effect a permanent ami speed v cure, whether tho patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholics wreck. Thousands of drunkard! have been made tsm- prraiemen wnouno laKcu lioltlcn Hpccino without tlielr know leilRO, nnd III klll'll Itilll-belliMe tin" iiull drinking of their own IrCO UII1 IT NKVKIt VAUM. Ilin system once ImprrRiiated with tho Specific. It becomes nn titterlmposilblllty for thcllmtor appetite to exist. 1 or full particulars, address liiil.iiKV SPECIFIC CO., 115 Kacc St., Cincinnati. O, Drunkenness or tho Liquor Habit Foiltively Cured by administering Dr. Haines' WALL PAPER, WALJL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S " Pi simple-- Wall Paper, minded Furniture, mmit- w T Mart co.-i- o homc-mnd- o iIcC-rr..lr- !: Oases, Caskets, Bobes, WKARiam. Stanford. Fuli;ancl Complete Stock of tho above aud prices as low tho lowest. to-d.t- v. 1 POWi Absolutely B. Pure. -- clrcani-stance- s JFUliNLTURE MAIK II lr STORE o Alt', I'roprk'tor. 1 IMIOTOGIMI'IIIHS, fornnop-iwrtunit- I'eb-ruitr- y, Livery, m li h dog-eait- s lour - i JTACItNOX THVPI11 1 'Wfi roBt-light- s ruf-llin- g ! jw-p- . I III Friend MsyT WILLIS HOUSE. J. Proprietor. 2UI-l- i h g2" gsg a5a y PAIR llU-r-a- 1 ft 1 JM'J'llIlllJO;il "IS I 1 4 l 1 I one-hal- .. .. H s Articles Incorporation. how-.evo- r, - c cii-cke- . 7 I T ' m I M - I m . I I M Ml IM Dark-colore- d 1 .iw HI H U 1 ! . I lS!?iY.fiS - HOTEL, ' Light-colore- I I jJr:md uiai-lMjaa- labor-savin- 1 NEW FAST MAIL -- -- in' I love-makin- Oiurier-Jnurua- l, detuoLrat-loan- d . .,r nl 1 Oiurler-lotirn- a' ! . 1 ttt-les- fowl-wit- h be-lp- long-fel- 1 1 I a 1 Union-tow- n 1 $25,000.00 IN GOLD 1 1 bono-forniln- g rt'ii-mill- s. L. . il . mti-3ln,ii- tj SOo- -t VHI-- P i. UMll