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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887090601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmi Veekltt jBiumor VOL. XVI. Semi-BHeehlelntcr- SSSr If 4. laifttii NO. 261. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1887. Ipnrna I Shattered Ambitions. u new political year, and dueling off the yacint lerislitlvA et s.ig gests deputed s'atesai-- n mil blighted Two yeirs ago a number id ambihopes. Chrialinn College opened on Monday llh promise of micceai. The Moroland tious men witked into the State II ups at Miaaioo, under the au.piciu of J. B, Green, Frankfort, prepared to s nrtle the uiiver-with their el'qtunc an their sta fS'iiin-shiin ll HirifMni:. A larpe and attentive audi men When are these a.'embleii there .Sunday ftnd linlened tnce Anthony Hunn ha. bought a half in the groccy cincern of Mr. Till-tesl HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. UARHAHD COUVTY OEPARTMSNI. Starling into Lancaster. Col. John K. Fiulkner, of the 1' I n Mii'Utl Lib Insumtitto Cmiptny, wa in ISxlNK .STOCK! Fifty 8hares of Farmers National Bank of Stanford lor Sale. Court-houieilo- kink stock fob sale I wish to sll Forty-fir- e Shares of First Nat-- , lonal Hank atock ot SianfoH. If not aolJ prlrate-l- y will all publicly Couaty Court 2"-- " Ml. T.'UVSMI, o. t'ubllHhcit JiU'Mituumtntl Vrlitnv -- AT tS'J 112U A.WNUJVS, CA-l-sII- . understood If we credit that JJ.50 will bo lctel and demanded. 1 I will sell tha aboro stock before the town Siturday. In Btaalorl. Count r Court dar. scut. C pt. I". A E in sild two hotses lo Stn, mi. .11. J pirlies in Atlanta; B V , by Metropolitan, N.iLLEE. 23MI Administrator Kichel Jones, dex'd. for f.'tOO, itid n brown folding, by Trojin, LAKEJGE Tiro CenlH Accounts duo at the when customer quits. ! ! for f'JfiO. 4. I Ij tltrImly lnltfil smlhmen 'J 5 "Lodcecf I'nited Ilrotlier.bf Friendship," cents A I wlin ileir ( Ij 3 osn bruu' a ooloroJ friiernity of Urge dimensions. Tne Bictherun nnd Hi.teren Aemliled in their iliuner'. Kispeotlull, lorce from every directiiu, burdened with I) (1 Kl.AL'lilfTKIl re.pjii.ihility and lln'iiriL in rocnlia. Mil Mm. L'riiiciitlelil Iff followlnc: .jc lent it myotic aid, ' finh eye lookul rbi piper is Hi'Minj tint I nm tlm cmis love to tiye that epnke a.'ain." I'enpiri-tin- u ' uty Dulinc Filher be H'l but in I ktmtM and dul oiMiiirel ti "Faint each lily ly. I am ii cltm as the cniil in and adjrn wn.'1! H I on roe " Tne uruaaienlal huren the li m of our ironblr John l'.mie part of the programme oonited of nma ntop .pctklnj: in mu and the neit Moly Kir-lleur charioteeriiiL'. a picnic, uiarchini! and lolil me that nut wynt loM her Out she ooiinlermitchint:. bi bill, a dance nnd a hail lurnini; her back on m ami woulil nut "femibul." A noticible feslureof ihe ihy pfW to me anil at this time ehr wa. the aluence cf hnky, and thb fjuiel waiter H wash with on my bit I sent and orderly deportment of Iho partlcipinU. ami ntnphrr from ntUni valtur aid when Hihlilrn doath. .eem lo increase with we hail the fnnce run bilwen the lots Stm In Ihi. connection I ohl friifhlful rapidity. Kelbera up ill the tin cms, tin b.ickt whal physiami ep Hi1 tilth mitbl ay '.bit in many noes, lojks eK8 hell' All un't"" tli1 fenco and 1 ml her io quit cian, call henrl dHeme Ik a oucccf.jl clo.k lhat Sae let ue know (lie would sweep hor for innorance in th medical world. A yarJ when she not ready 1 told her that younk. or even old phjsictun may li treil-ini- ; an individiul ithoutaiiy direct knnwl mine iu lu was nil rile for her jura nesdlnjc sweeping when it did not net tl and edi-- a. to the chancier of the illnee. Now the next thine I ml the hoy lo not kill my should the patient pM oil suddenly the chickens mul she t"niied out the, told physician cm hide hi. funonnceby Himply ijmi hi. iteith wa. due to heart disease. i he would her self 1 told Iiiui to mid 'he I'nysicimis, of course, know brn a p.tient her no lady would do the !ika an-- ' th-the ot.ly IhuiK I cld her has herl dlsetse, but often that is elated kfl turned nnd Ihe citl'e of death when the patient wa. in wi nasty hefer if J must say nuch alhin tad he went to town so Mr. Albert L'mi Nil fact a victim of soma other disease which in tol me lu hire me arrested and li i told hi. phvdciin did not Payne com down Cllot Democrat. hi in lit nv do thtt then l.e e Inn in the ptpiir to .elite it with The nilionil drink bill would pay Ihe Cftitcblield 1 ip)e lie did fir he brunette national debt in two years. hitched ind in .Utah ruf miner I ilouht O ir ann-- il liq iir bill mid sond n hi tno i hie lo evry inhabitant of he atned lo kill my Dirlinir "n- -, I the globe. and bk'ed nl hild lo 'ilu to nut u" cut 1 Tne avenge life ol the loial abltiner i. hetrd he und Clin of ins b.it kniw I re he tl years, while that if the druukard is tilled to do th earns with the hutched he 35. don with the pi. tot ho told UnHchtiold if ho K lough beer is aruiuaily consumed in wanted nny thiou In com out and he could Chicago, II1., to give 720 glass io every e it to him for he rs devilish tired nf man, woman and child in the citv, or J;tl,-7K thu J iuie told him lo .lop hi wile and I worth fot eicb wo i!d not j n word lo her he told him to The grtin which is annually in the go away fioul hi. Kl b "id lb"t nude minufacinre of iquor if made tiro hreid nj divytrns that he was on the uly to jjel would live iUj d loayes lo erery com out be chuck hl'fht and told him he family in the United States. .i) a Ijtr that he wu ibe urotiDil work Men have dr.nk to an ex re that put Criltch6eld tnld him he ai not I hem In the gravo Men and bays have Hrci'A CiiUTcairiei.t emuked theunelvan lo death. Tobacco, 1 ho cfticer of the Northwestern rallro.d, like alcohol, has in nunih.rles cases imin South Ctrolina, loaded up the rails on paired the usefulness of members of society, Farmer Willoughb)'. tramway and started wrought physical and moral harm lo its to carry them oil Mr. Willoushby bad devotees and promoted exlravagtnt habits eoneto Naw York, but he had left hi. to the irjury of innrcent women and chilwife at home, and she proved herolf dren The man who sells a glass of spirits equal to the emergency. Flaclni; a sofa on wine ur ber i morallv no worse than Ihe the track in front of the loaded Irain she man who sell, cigirette New York took a eat and held the fort for two days Sun nnd a ni(hi All eflorl. at a compromise A petition sicned by U0a,027 ol his subfailinir. tne attorney nl the road ordered d jects, the iid u it pupulaiion of the train to run ou. reunrdlet. of living they didn't .usprct Mrs Sweden, ha been presented lo King O'Cir, obstructions. But asking for the mul prohibition of Ihe II V. of beina from (Srrard county, Ky , quortraili:. Tne King hai power ti supanil didn't know that she wa. loaded. But the ftct that hiunelf, se was ball), and, drafting a IC shooting press( the trade nnd Ministry have all sign the leen and his improbably from the mysterious recede, rifle ed tho pledge, civet rise to the hope that of her busllr ), she held the rai'roiid he will ti m his roym nrerng.iMve lo free bis attorney and other employe Ht for a compromise dotninii u from this curse. dead halt unlit her term, were complied with. Cireit, irnod and ulo The experience of Iowa is thai opium riom is. the Kentucky wonias! i Louitville consumption hart increased under liquor Times. prohibition. Ono if Ihe most frtqiieully used arguments of Ihe atiti prohibition Nicftoli. county is now ore of the mou side is that the consump'ion of light wines orderly counties in the 8late, and we want and ber is favorable lo diminution of tho it to remain eo. At present there is not a demand for ardent spirits, !f parity of charge of murder or manslaughter standing citujna and e hope reasoning frefdom in satisfying the appe-vitHgainat oie of her with any form of liquor tends to pre many yeirs mar go by bjforo nuch is the lent resort to opium, ca.f. Our people are thoroughly aroused George Westinghouse, the atrbrako min, en the subject of taking of life and it will be exce).lln;ly uncomfortable for the man has taken out about 1 'J00 patents. A few who cornea up b.fore h jury in this county oi there are upon devices wdicb he purwith the blood of his fellowmen on ids chase! from their inventors, but the great hards. Life is precious, and ha who de- majority weie orig nil invention anil imFor Ihe last two or three stroys it, unlfsi in unmistakable defense of provements his own lifrf. ought lo ba hung higher than years natural gas and electricity have furllaman, We have court lo settle differ-euce- o nished the two great fields in wtiich he has to the Hword labored. and he who appial C rllnle ought to dlo by Ihe mine means I'rln'ers might like to know that the enilercury. tire scriptures contain 1J.775.S40 ems in The EipreuionUt heird a etory recently Diamond, nud -,- S07,S10 ems in Nonpareil. . a small negro boy who goe lo Sunday It would take a printer a year and a half aehool in Ihe little brick ohurch in Fort to pul the Scriptures in type, at tie rate of Erie. 11a got up to repeat the Terse, "It is 5,000 em per day. The quantity of mslal I, be not afraid" He conveyed the idea required in Nonpareil would be about 0 500 correctly, hut in a rather ehocking manner, pounds, in Bourgeois 13,000, and in Pici by saying: ''I.'o me, don't be snirt." This 26 000 pounds. rill lo mind the case of the alz year old First Actor (pulling the trigger of a regir- in the Hirbor Miwion school, who wae mixed in her scripture and in trying volver six time') -- Die, you miserable vil ritier lain! Secsnd Actor Your pistol has miss to say "And lo, a greater than Solomon is lo, a greater than ed fire, sir Rudolph, but I am smitten with here," she got it, "And Sullivan is here." This was, by the way, a remorse for my crimes and will die accord wtec or two after the John L. Sullivan ing to your wish! Then he rolled on Ihe combination bad appearel at the Adelphia. stsge in aiionv and "pegged straight uu'." The curtain fell amid roirs of laughter. f Buffalo Express. irel-tlni- ! di'caur-- e from Klder Hallou. Prof. H.bold wan on hand and propoei to li.Mruct a clsm in vocil muiic, for which DRIPPING SPRINGS work he in eminently qualified. The evont of lint week ww Ibe cereO.irclosini: Bill anil picnic will lie en Si:urtly, Ketiiemlier IO1I1. K'ery mony tf layiiij: the corner clone of the next W. P. WALTON to a etlrriiu now? t, c.h e Speaker C isrles Oilutt hi gone Wt to grow up with the country w tere "d- -d gambling bills" do tint exist The II in. V. C. Owen ha retired to privi'e hV on til an office Init suits his fasiiiiou r makes its spjieirinc, Sanatir Al wa dis'anced In Ihu gubernVoHii lundi otp,and is dev iting in tiuii to oil"! ing furry bis.' the reciipt of hi monopoly. Senitor "Bib" 15 melt is whittling mfl pine in front of a Trig oountv grocery store, and spitting at ll es for the ginger ale. t the Mississippi river with the (irtiit Lake is being ngiPited. Col. I'nil Thompros, Sr., was drowned in a birrel of Jemonnle during temper ancestorm at II irroJshurr, nnd fir H'l prtctici! pililicil purpose ha deputed Ibis life. "Uacle Billy" Mertd th was stabbed lu deilh with his own miserable V I'. Thome record al Bjwling (hem. was ridden on a prohibition rail in Henry county "HjI" Thomas was asmsinated in Muhletibirg couutT by Udorge Hisrea;a:n are fertilizing the corn tit his of bis native land. The l;st couid be extended, but the sub jct is too piiuful. Miy tho-- e distinguish ed politician- - rest in peifl". Lnuiville Commercial. tii. B-i- 1 e tn-c- -- know.-I'njeic- 1 ian Mrs Marlba Waters, a handsome widow with four children and a bnk account, fell in lovo with and mirriod Diniel Miller, aged '2'2 The young huiband induced his inexperienced bride lo sell her property, draw her cish from the hank and start West with him When a few miles from Newport, Tennessee, their home, Miller pitched bis wife and her children from the wagon and told tlmn to "git," while he drove away with the property. II was arrested at Atlanta for boras stealing and it is a matter for regret that the etitute of will notjl'ti'y his being hanged. Tea-ne's- 0 ud fuur-pouo- Brawler Tuttle and Palsy Faircbild htve below the public bor'xin a sud denly as if the earth had swallowel them. XjI a houiiI, not a chirp cjme from either, Now if for this we are deeply thankful. McGlynn ami Henry George could only be induced to anathematize the Presidential Juggernaut and be obliterated in the same manner, this would not be such a bid country after all. There is a distinction between these two couples, of course, but there is little difference. They are both nuisances droppel shot by Eo Cooley, ws still alive on Sunday. It is t o ight if he live be will never see agiin, rt! Invli rf his ete are out. The grand jury indicted Eb Cooley for Wm Best was lined $500 for murder. shooting into the injiug school at Paint L'ck last year. Thii man He, accused of rape, wis an) lilted It i mure Ihnn likely thai by the time this is rere'vei M D Hughe will have Negotiapurchisoil tho Central Journal tion wore p?nding Monday morning and Mr. Hiighe lolil mi h. tlnubt the trade I) nvs. like the newspaper would be nude hu'ineH and bas never been satisfiel since he sold nut. Charle A. Price, son of C. Price, Ivq , for Louisville, where he leives will eater the Bryant & Stratton Business Collese. George II. Hocker. Eq , and w tf, of Parksville, were in Lancaster on Sunday. Miss Hucklry, cf Coving'oi, is visiting the Misses Marksbur. Jame I, Hamilton spent Suaday in the city. Capt. Charles Gillaher and W. O Sweauoy left yeterday fjr Cincinnati to buy their fall slock of good. In the Circuit Court on Friday Judge Moirow ruled that the special act calling the election held last October on Local Option, wa null and void because of the fact that no pen ilty was attached to the violation of the law. Therounty court at once grtnled license to J W, Miller, who had made npp'.icitnn before, and who wa thenno that tes'ed the legality if the act. Hor. Mike Smiley was Mr. Miller's attorney. So Lincstr i again a wet town -- Oj Thursday in the upper part of the county Eb Cioley shot and killed Peter Green and it is thought mortally wounded Cooley's statebis brother, ment of the all tir i that the Greens, between whom and himself an old grudge ex isted, citne to hi houe and raised the trouble by tiring into it, while Henderson Green claims that he and his brother were quietly pursuing their way home and lhat on passing Cooley's house he fired upon them without provocation. Cooley is in jiil, having surrendered himself lo the jtil-e- r immediately nf er t lie killing. -- Hsndei in GreMii, w in wa G. A. BENEDICT & CO., STAMOKP, ki:ntitk. Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. Drl'leJ to at lactory prices. bt-Wel- I will deliver to regular cis'.Qmrs In Stanford and rlclnltr eremuoralnj at Ier Poinul. or close of each month oidr and imtnps formlshcl f '.l-- t E. H. FOX, W.lXVILFsE. I am dally opening an elegant line of .Spring Summer Millinery, including all and KT. The Latest Novelties of the Season. Aim aii.li .. jinuuncrtnieis. vunars -- VntlAn. -- " on ir.n.ll. l.tr. . .. u.ffa' iSuchlng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You will find me ut the rooms lately vacatml by Hml-- l loy .i Warrtn, next door to the Mvers House. ""2m 11 ATE D Kit A It. Has remoreil tj hli o'pait now building omo- Is site the put thin erer prepir ed to arcommodste the. public with line pictures .Sitlilsctljn guar- from I'uotograpU to llfesui. ieou. httr Villi VM.AVWM. JAS. O. OIVK S, TIIK NO, V. 1 NEW ENGLISH KITCHEN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, GEO. AYRES& GIVENS, 311 hotary Public HINESLE V, Prop.. Fifth Street, 408 JEFFERSON ST., LOUISVILLE. Wo will be better prepared than erer to acconi-moda- to rlsltors to the exposition this year. Rates rery reasonablo and everything new and clean. Open day and night. Hlegintly furnished rooms, location In the heart ot tho city. 2i 0 J t IsOTJIVJJT-,i:-, - - ICY. (I96.1y.) Rooms 3 and 5. Cromle Block. PEARSON & CLARK, NOTICE. To Wholesale Grocers j tho Citizon of Lincoln County: 12 fc LEXINGTON, KY. Went laln Strcot. l-- l 203-6- Having rocentty equipped a fine Roller Mill In the town ol SUuOrd trut wa defy any Mill to I ! rijual luquallty of Hour, we think the citizens ot the county should have county pride e ourfb to Ve wish to Inpatronize and sustain Iho simo New Revenue Law aJds alx per cent, to form whom it may concern that we are In the allThe Taxes unpitd by the first day ol (seplembjr to buy your wheat and corn and will market and 1 will nave to collect It. So pleasa come forgive the highest market price for same. We ward and sett'e. t ave added some new machinery to our torn meal II. XEll'LA Mi, S. L. C. department and cm now make moil to suit any pirson. Uciuuot b9 iqualcd by any other Mill In We eolLit a trUI In our lbur and this vlc'nlty meal department. All baring grain In our line for sale will please call at Milt, whero our agent can ba found at all times, who will giro the best MT. VERNON, KY. prices lor same. Brand aid ship stuff always in TAXES r. TAXES NEWCOMB HOTEL This old and Hotel is still maintaining lta fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. Jl. 1'. XEircoJIIt, Pro'r, Ml. Vernon, Ky. well-kno- stock. iil tf IF. A'. blaulont Roller Mill Co. ! 1'OTIS, Niljt't. Notice of Incorporation LiuisvillePost. They stood on ihe sands ol the sea, motl or of poets. The one a bearded giant in a blue llinnel shirt and white llmnel unmentionable; the other a man ol the world with a watery eye, a shaky gall and a cimplexinn the color ol abdnthe Slid Ihe latter, (minting to a d decollete young lady, just into the watet: "You don't have anything like lhat out West, do you?" "O i yes," said the other with n drawl, "but only in female minstrel ehow! ' g bare-leggego-iti- g Ken-tuck- v one-thir- Notice Is hereby given that the ucderslgned have formed a corporation and have recorded the articles thereof In the clerk's office of the Lincoln County Court, pursuant to Chapter JO, Gen. Statutes of Kentucky. I. Tb name of tho Corporation Is the "Cumberland Valley I.aod Company." II. The general nature of tm business is to buy and sell lanJs In Harlan and Bell counties, Ky., to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. III. Ita principal place of buslneas Is Stanford, Kentucky. The Kentucky Furniture Company at IV. The capital atock la fixed at S150.CCO, with privilege to begin on 530,000. Each share la 3100, Louisville has failed for Jd0,000. Hotels in New York are now required to be paid In money. V. The Corporation shall begin business on the by law to provide a rope fcr eich room. 25tb day ol July, 18S7, and continue 25 years. With this the guest can hang himself, let VI. The allalrs of the Corporation arc to be conhimself down from the window in case of ducted by alljard of seven Directors, from which a President, Secretary and Treasurer nre to be fire or let down Ins baggage in case he deelected. The Incorporators shall compose the sires to jump a board bill. The New York first board, and the election thereafter to be held hotels will have nil the modern convenienon the third Wednesday ot July annually. VII. Tho Corporation shall Incur no debt great-tba- n ces, even if they arn required by law lo of lta paid up atock. furnish them VIII. The private propeity of atockbolders shall be exempt from corporate debts and liabilities. IX. Tho Corporation shall possess all the powers prescribe! in Chapter SG, (Jenoral Statutes of Kentucky. ROBT. I10 D, W. (i. WIXCH, VINCENT BOREINO, JOHN BENNETT, OEORClKMcALISTER, W. P. WALTON, h R. 3. MAETIW. JMO. M. rKSKINS. Bkodiikid, Kv., May, lbS". Albright .1 Martin be, to Inform their many friends anil customers ol he change In firm name to MARTIX fc PEItUIXS. Tne new firm hopis, not only to rustaln the reputation of the old, but Intends to make many Improvements In the manufacture ot tobacco which will be io the Interest ol our customers. We will devotesprc nlatuntlon to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past favors aud asking tor a continuation of your trade, wo remain. Respectfully jours. 88-CSlAHTtS A 1'ERKISS. DR.I.S.BUKDETT, OCUMST. BRODHEAD, KY. Has had an experience ol over tlftsoa has successfully treated hundrels of attention is given to the treatment eases of the eyes. Name and address cured given on application If desired. .years, and cases 8pe-cl- al of atl disot patients 220-0- ?o- pM 3rt m N L.&N. Louisville & Nashville K. R. THK UBEAT J.S. HOCKER. 213-S- t otli-cia- l, of of years ago he had hi collin made, the onty stipulation bdng thai it should bs water tight. This having been successfully ci (Hblished, he calmly awaited the time when be should occupy his narrow huue. M tiy of !hoe Georgians who have owe after the old min, and htvo engiged in the newspaper bjsines in, the Slate, ure understood lo have had their eotlii constructed C J. of (ire ptoof material Jonathan Bell, an eccentric cit z:n Georgia, is dead, aged SO. A lumber EAST! Mexican Mustang Liniment CTTrtJESJS Sciatica, Lumbago, Rhonmatism, Scratches, Sprains, Contracted Muscles, Eruptions, Hoof Ail, Scrow Worms, Swinney, Saddle Galls, Piles. STAND-B- Y AHTEE' CHICKEN THROUGH TRUNK LINE IO TUB SOUTH & WEST WITH Cholera Cure ! Pullman Palace Sleepers, I.ouiHi Hie illo, .llciiiplilH, Allanta, MuntKouierj', hmIh to "Nviunj woman," bean youuj lawyer out, Wel, spaaking a smart io u ver- dant looking young woman on ihu witness stand, "Young womat !'' she shrieked in a shrill mimicry. "Who're you talkiu' to, young uin? And whach yer take me fei? You muet be a bigger fool 'n Johnson's colt if yer think I'm goin' to set here an' let any smart Aleck from back Kist'voutig woman' me. I'm a young lady, sir, an' don't yer fergit it. You hear m?" id-Dtta. -T- fyiiifi T ho u sands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively ernes it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens. anteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. 5o-centwo-third- Mobile ami Lit Liu Itock, OrluniiH. IVeiv Only one change to points In Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS tjeekii'K homea on the line of this road will recelva special rates. rS3 Agents of tbl Company for rates, routes Ac, or write C. P. AfMOKE, O. P. AT. Ay Strains, Stitches, Stiff Joints, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks. Burns, Scalde, Etlnge, Bites, Braises, Bunions, Come, Louisville, Ky physician tells of n case of an atlask of hay fever thai wa arrested by thopitient breaking his leg. Hiy feyer victims who go several hundred miles from home to ecipe thedit should cut this out and paste it on their handkerchiefs. If breaking a leg should fail in effect & rurfl in tome canes, breaking the neck would be certain to go riulii to the spot. Beware of imitations -- N irriton Herald. A Boston THIS GOOD OLD iiipllciibllltr nccnimillalies for everybody exnetly what ti claimed for It. One of the reasons for the great popularity ol tho Mustang Hutment la found Inlts uulveranl mpnos d i The I.unibermnu needs It In case of accident. The- - Mouse" lie needs It for generalfamlly uw. The Cannier needa It for hta tcamaand his mo, The Mechanic needs It always on hta ork Tlio Mliirrneedaltlncatoot The The Farmer needs It In Ills l'loncerneedslt-can'tBetalongwItliout 1 Eiorjrbody needs aucha medicine. The Knabe, the famous Deck. erASon, the popular and reliable Everett. Tha celebrated Clouijh A Warren, and the John Church A Co.'s s bench. emergency. If. house, bis stable. and his toc yard. It In The Stpmnliimt ninn or Ihe Houlniim needs llbcrnl supply nllont nnd anhore. It-- Robert T. Lincoln, tte son of his fath ur, aays he coiUl not accept the nominaiftendered him tion to the K'ijih Youngblood, a farmer ol Coffee by the republican convention. Mr. Lin- sponded George, Imitatingly. "For incoln is not S3 plain spoken regarding Ihe stance, take a boll on Ihe back of one's county, Gs., ha killed DOG deer, 240 wild neck." presidency. cats and 31 panther between his crop. needs It l M bet Toe iNrERioit Jouhkal, to us credit be Tho llorst-fnncl- or it spoken, is one of the lew democratic friend nnd aatcut reliance. needs It- -It will vb lilm Tim SlocU-growjournals that has the nerve to condemn the thousands of dollars and n w orld of trouble. Danville Tho Knllrnnd mnn needs It end will need It si wrong wherever ll is found. long ns his life Is o round of nccldenls and dangers. Tribune. Tho llncli woodsman needs It. There Is notii-Inlike It n on nntldoto for tho claiigcis to llfo. Tne children talfe i', tne grown folks limb and comfort which surround the I tourer. Tho Mrrcbnnt needs It about his ttoro among "George," she said tenderly, "do you be- think it, anl chlciten itie for Accidents will hapten, and when S ild "no ouro no bis employees. Mustang Liniment Is wanted Monro. lieve in the old saying, 'Out of sight, out of Cuiohen Cholera Cure. theio comeths 2t pij" by Mcliiberta &Sagg. Kecpnllotllo Initio lluiuc. 'Tls the best of mind?' " "Well, no, not altogether," reeconomy. wages. use In case of accident aavea pain and loss of Keep a IJottle Always In Clio Sinblo for DR. W. B. PENNY, Any onedealrlng an elejant and durable musical Instrument will do well to examine our prices before purchasing. Weare agenta for the n John Church A Co., and will warrant our Plaooa for eoven years, and our Organs for five years The Kverett Piano and the Clough X Warren Orgin aro the best and most reliable can be seen at the postoffice In Stanford, where Miss Rosa Richards will state prices, eto. Persons who have purchased these Instrument! will testify to their durability and elegant finish . We will ln glad to servo the public, aud guaran Klder W. L. Williams, nfHustonvllle. also represents the John Church A Co., and will be pleated to serve his friends. Btaniord - DENTIST, Instruments manufactured. Ojr Instrument - Konttiolcy teesatlsfaMlou. N. It. aUFEItK.NCKS- t . J. COOK, Agents. Keep n Ilottlo In Iho Factory. ItalmmedUti use when wap'ed- - ntccwaij, Offlie on Lancaster street, next door to Imiji aioKJopFXAL office. Offlce hours from 8 to li t it. and 1 to 5 P. u. Anesthetics administered whoi llii-tyr- .j John D. Carpenter, Hustonrllle; J. SI. Elmore, Stanford, James Ueatley, Stanford, J. M. Pnlllpj, Stanford; A. R. Penuy, Stanford, Mrs. Fan n to Karra, Lancaster; (len W. J. Landram, Lancaster; CharltaSandldge. Jumtlon City; W. M. Payne, Prrachersvllle; Mrs. K. M. Carinter, Stanford; Mr,. MsggU Holmes, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal-fac- e. Laucaster. 133 lyr BPggg IWM'fB I3WC' -- ' HI' gwiWH 'r'n Wnw" ". i'i'.f!ifiwiMiTiriiiiiiifrrr f TTg Stmi-SKteeh- ln itierioronrnai September 6, 1887 Stanlord, Ky W. P. WALTON. went While in Frankfort last week, through the penitentiary and found it in a moat excellent condition. Everything ia m neat an n new pin; the cells clean and the bed clothing as free from dirt aa the best nolel. The sickening odor that formerly clung around the place is cone and the metamorphosis is complete. There arc 500 jr COO prisoner) ituide the walls and while there are quite a number in the hospital, their appearance showed that they were there more to keep from work than from bodily Miction. Tae work is not an nard, boweitr, tboee having tasks frequently finishing them in four or fire lioura. That terrible hole, the hemp.house, has i;iven place to the manufacture of chairs and all styles from the commoneot to the nicest are made. The beat machinery has been put in the institution by the lessee, Company, and they make the Mason-For- d oesidea chairs a full line of boots and shoes, brooms, wagons, etc. We are indebted to . Hoge, an old Virginia Mr. Cntrlea friend, who is president of the company, and Mr. O. T. Blackley, secretary and treasurer, for numerous courtesies. we disgraceful inebriate, Tom Henry, from tue clerkship of the Court of Appeals. If tint piper had ai carefully kept its eye on this aa it should havtMlone, it would have seen that wo Ime for a lone time demanded that Henry be remove I. In fact we protested against his retentionou the ticket after his miserable conduct in Louhville, until be fore a convention at Danville he got up and in a manly manner confessed his Bins and promised upon his sacred word of honor to do so no more. We were credulous enough to believe him sincere and willing to give him another chance, but we have always regretted that we gave aid or comfort to a manrenderel totally incompetent by an excessive use of red liquor DANVILLE. BOrtECOUtir Thomas 11 Hardin, Sr., died Thurs-da- y Tun Liuisville Commercial1 exproe (ratiin Washington after a long Illness fioiu fication that even at tbh late day we Misa Nannie I) avis, daughter of Mr. should pin it in asking the removal of that consumption. He va a native of Sprins- - Jasksou Davis, ami long a sufferer from j Tub Rowan circuit court has ended, af ter a protracted term and the militia has broken camp and returned home Tnere was a hung jury or nn acqiittal in every case, not a single conviction being had in any. With thi reult the former disgraceful state of affair will continue and increase in enormity and human life become cheaper and cheaper. Toe next legislature will be criminally negligent if it fails to find some remedy for such cases. I If The coinage for August was $00 000 in gold and $3 163,000 silver. Buckner's vote was lO.COS more than Knott's, while BradleyV was 33 423 more than Morrow's. The Owensboro Mc&tnger says: "About Destructive rains in Texas havecaueed the only weak thing we have ever observed damage to crops and other property estiin the Stanford Jochkal is its idolatry of mated at $100,000. And about the James B McCreary." Three men lost their Iivs in the wreck meanest thine we have ever eeen in the I of a coal train on the Uaion Pacific at Messenger is its repeated and uncalled for Leavenworth Junction, Kansas. attacks on the "Model Governor" and the John II. Stairenghi was arrested in model Congressman. The only way we can 8au Francisco for a $75,000 forgery com account for that and some other things we milled on the Union Bank of Melbourne. see in that usually excellent paper is that Ex Senator Sam Levy, of Woodford, Brothers Brantfotd & Woodson have fallen baa assigned, with liabilities of $15,000; asinto the bad habit of writing for it while sets a 1G0 acre farm and some personalty. suffering from the gripes and when they Absolute prohibition of the liquor ought to be somewhere else. trafic is law throughout the 2.500,000 Without any special effort at a boom equare miles in the Northern Territories, the Courier Journal shows that Louisville Is Canada. The Commercial Cable Company has eetting there in fine shape. Its business has increased 20 per cent, during the year; reduced its rates to 12 cents per worJ to Great Britain and France and 15 cents to $15,000,000 have been invested since January 1; 43 new manufactories have started in Germany. Richard Emerson, 10 years of age, of that time, bringing 15.000 population, i nd 400 miles of railroad have been added to Chicago, died at Kenoeha, Wis., of hydroT. J. Coffey bought 10 suckling mules the city's system. Unlike Rome of the phobia. He was bitten about two months last week from John McMullins and others boomed cities of the West, Louisville has ago by a pet dog. at from $45 to $G0 per head. Mrs. Mary Dunlap and her babe were a solid foundation for her Increase and A new school home is being erected in there is hardly a doubt that in the near burned to death near McKeespost, Pa, The the Buckeye district. We are told that future she will be the Greatest city of the mother tried to start a fire with oil and the 12 or Mothers will be built in the county usual result followed. south wet. this fall. MatbiasSaalwachter, farmer, living 8 Mrs. Mary Poteet, wife of James Labt Thursday night was the anniversa near Pine Hill, died Tuesday of conry of the great Charleston earthquake and miles from Oensboro, committed suicide fearing its repetition by applying a rezjr to his throat, after fail- sumption. Malvina, the wife of E. Bul Bupemtitious the sought the open spaces and spent the night ing to kill himself with a pistol shot. lock, Jr , died Saturday of the same disA little child upturned an oil stove at awaiting it. The negrces were terribly ease. alarmed and held open air meetings where Cincinnati and its clothing catching fire it The stake that crawled oyer Wiley tbey prayed and sang until day arrived and was burned to death. Its mother was also Mullins shoes while in the shade at Buckthe dieaster was not repeated. The build- fatally burned in endeavoring to rescue eye last Sunday was an actual living snake it. ings that weie shaken down have all been snake as some try to The Memphis it Little R)ck railroad and not a replaced and the city is handsomer and was Eold by an order of court, to R. K make it appear. It is something to be wondereJ at, the more substantial than before the shock of a Dow, of New York, the price paid being number of risks people will ruu to gain a year ago. $2,SOO,000 It will be extended to Dallas, minute or two in getting on and oil trains. The Iowa democrats after endorsing the TexaB. In stepping on and off the track ahead of An epidemic of black diphtheria is administration of President Cleveland and declaring against the abolition of the tax raging at Lockport, Pa. Nearly half of moving traius, Friday morning when the passenger train was pulling up on whisky and tobacco till the onerous tar the population of 200 are down with the north-bounto the platform at this place a woman wis iff is reduced to a revenue basis, expressed disease, and 13 deaths have occurred withseen to step on the track coming to the detheir opposition to all eumptuary laws and in the past fiye davs. The Baldwin Locomotive Works for pot and walk toward the approaching train. prohibito favored the repeal of the present ry law, substituting in its stead a local op- tne tirst six months ol the present year Tne encineer whistled and applied the air tion and a carefully guarded license law, turned out31S locomotives. It is expected brakes and the womau just stepped off the with a minimum license fee cf $500, for the that C50 will be turned out this year. Two end of the ties when the top portion of the pilot brushed her shoulder. She was bad thousand hands are employed better control of the liquor traffic. At the Mercer county, Missouri Fair, ly frightened when she aw how narrowly The farce of trying a man for murder in Randall B'akeelee, an aeronaut, fell 500 she escaped. the mountains has just terminated with the feet from a balloon, alighting on his feet in 8heriff White tells us that on account usual result, an acquittal. Andy Johnson, a cornfield, his thighs being broken and of the Icn drouth, the people at Conway, the brute who killed four men and a little driven into the trunk of his body. this county, have for some time past been girl as they nere relurnirg from church at Deacon Scott, of Leavenworth, Intl., compelled to haul water for three and four Pineville, has been tried by a jury of hie asked his wife's sister to lend him $5 and miles and had to drive their Mock almost peern and found to be as innocent of crime because she refused to give up good money as far. The saw mill had to stop on account babe. No wonder murder aa a new-bo- rn in that manner, he playfully hit her on the of the water supply being exhausted. Last holds high carnival in the State. week the citizens began digging a well and head with en ax, inflicting a fatal woun 1. George Taylor, a young while man, after going down 15 feet etruck solid rock. White, editor of the Clinton Jacob county Democrat, committed suicide the was stabbed and killed by Isaac Parriah, A drill or well auger wan then started and was other day, leaving nothing to show why colored, near Longview, in Christian coun after boring 25 feet struck water. It Bought death In that way. It is easily ty. He had struck a womtu with whom but a short time until the well was flooded he accounted fur, however. Toe trials, tribu- Parrish lived, but who was not bis wile and a good.sizsd stream of cold water run ning away from it. The whole neighborlations, cares and toils of the average coun The murderer made bis escape. hood is using the water from the well. The Geneial Black, the democratic Com drive him crazy and try editor are enough to bim long to fly from them even to missioner of Pensions, says he would not mills have started and the citizsns and live make stock are slaking their thirst from the Conaccept the position of Commander-in-Chie- f others that he knowB not of. of the Republic If ten- way artesian well. of the Grand Army This will be known s the great railroad dered him. He need not fear, it will not beMr. Morgan T. Craft, of Laurel county, construction year, the indications now be tendered him. Ha is not the kind of a is a candidate for assistant cleark of the miles of new road will be ing that 12,000 man for the coffee coolers. House of Representatives in the next Leg built in the United Suites during 1637 At FJemingaburg a wajon containing islature. He is a man of splendid charac These figures have never been approached, a number of psrsons was thrown over an ter, in his democracy there is no guile nnd except in 1SS2, when 11.5GS miles were embankment, killing Mrs, Henry Eley in- he is eminently qualified for the office to constructed. Kansas is far in the lead to stantly, breaking a leg of her mother, Mrs. which he aspires, He was for several years ibis time and is likely to continue bo. John Pugh, severely injuring her father editor of a democratic newspaper at LonIt is not so much of a Confederate ad- and one of her children, while her husband don He will have a strong and positive ministration after all. Goy, Buckner ap and another child escaped unhurt. following in his race and his chances of elecpointed two ex Federal soldiers to good po Gov. Gordon and Gen. Young, of Geor- tion are The oflbe could hardtiljoni, while only one poor rebel and he of gia, are arranging a great military display ly go to a worthier or more deserving genof Kennesaw Mountain, the ''orphan" regimuit, got a plum. Won- on the battle-Gel3. M. B. in Courier-Journa- l. tleman. der what General Bradley thinks about to occur ou the occasion of the President's Remember that Wallace'ii sale of Jer iM.7 vlilt. Four batteries, ten companies of republicans at Louisfllle are try- cavalry and 0,000 infantry will participate sey cattle occurs at Lexington, Thursday, The 15:b. in the battle, which is to last two boors. ing (Q nominate a candidate for Mayor, 1,-6Po-tee- t, still-house d first-class. d herdly be a greater diligence in two men than in Governor Knott's Adjutant General and Governor Buckner'd 'election. Gen Caetleman is the typical and carcoldier in appearance, make-uriage, careful as to every detail of his drees and arrangement of his plumes and Bash. A friend who knows oolh men well says Gen Cistleman would not go on drees parade with even a button out of place, while his successor, Senator Hill, would as leif onpaar with one callows and his shirt tail hanging cut es not. Wedon't know eo much about this, but we do know the Senator is as plain as an old fhoe and hh careless of his personal appearance as Earned Logan. There could The report ol Commissioner of Internal Ravenue. Joseph S. Miller, eent us by Col lector T, S. Bronston, shows that the total amount of revenue collected during the fii-cyear was$llSS35,737.30, of which Ken New York, tucky paid $12,417,529.03. Ohio and Illinois alone paid more than she did. This dis net, the S h, pud $693,759.-S- 4 The Louisville district paid oyer tnd the Covington over $1,000,000. 0 fiald, Ky , and was a brother of the late Chief Justice M. R. Hardin, of the Court of Appeals Thomas Coleman, colored, who attempted to rape Miss Nellie Sweeney, of May-licwas taken from the I til at Flemings-bug- , Saturday at 1 A. M , and hanged to a railroad trestle. He did not seem at nil alarmed and only said to the mob, "Don't you mike a botch of this " Joslah Terrill was hung in the Ohio penitentiary Friday morning for the murder of a man who was found dead under circumstance! that showed him the guilty party. Just before the hour for the execution he asked for something to eat and upon it being given him he ate heartily and then asked to enjoy a smoke. He died without flinching and protesting his innocence, Illicit relations haye long existed between Frank Ilainaian and Mrs. Litzie Tate, both married, at Cincinnati. Deciding that they could not live without each other they went to a suburb Saturday, both having agreed to be united in death. She stood up calmly before him to be shot and immediately after the bill whizzed through her brain the man fired one into his own, both dying instantly. RELIGIOUS. k, consumption, died Sunday night. Jonn 3, Harness na soiu bis personal property, rented Ins dwelling and will shortly remove to Philadelphia, Pa. Friday of this week is the last day for bringing suits in the Boylo circuit court. Up to the present there are 52 appearan ces. Be. Hoikins, the blind on of the late John 8. 11 skin, died this morning of Mr. consumption. His father, it will be remembered, died a few weeks ago. This (Monday) is pension certificate day and the county e'erk, if business is as good as usual, will attend to about 100 individuals who draw sustinence from th government. Mr. C. N. Suiitu has broken groutd for his n ex resided :e adj)!nin that of Rsv. O. A. Birlholetnew, on 31 street. Mr. C 8. Jackson will in a few days begin the erection of a new lione on his farm on the 8hakrrtown pike. Waller O. Rmsrll, of the West End, was tried Saturday before U. S.Cjmr. Win. Goodlue on a charge of selling distilled liquors without government license. It was evidently a case of spite work and Major Goodloe very properly di'chsriied the defendant. Anbury May, a white man, was tried this morning before U. H Comr. Goodlue on a charge of selling whisky witho'it license. There wjs no evidence against him and he was promptly acquitted. Burt William, clorrd, i to be tried on a similar clurge this evening. Judge F. T Fox anil family, of IajuIb-villare visiting Danvil'e frienJs. Mr. Mike Hope ntii'ned to diy to his home in Laurel county. Nathaniel Bsatty, of thi place, bat ben to the railroad lei enpb olHce at Nicholmville. Mrs. .Sebastian, a widow, who live on Walnut street, is verv ill wnh u Mr. Graham er b I'rice i in the wholesale liq lor houo uf 15. F. Paillips. Mrs. F. W. Hart lui in tnd coillren hate retarded from 'i visit to fne ids in Bron comity, Vah-ituto- n Oaio. P. A. Marks returned from City and Nw York Sunday. Mr. Alex Daiwhrrty is very ill with heart di sesfe l' m ttvitig'H his I liars nr mm B TJ IlT (BKOGEBIE! -- H 03T- T. R. WALTON :ohni:h al The exhibition at the Louisville Exposition is considerably curtailed this year, but the music is up to the standard and the "ehoWa big feature of the concern. NOTES OF CURRENT Ei EMS Brother Birnes is now holding forth in Lexington. Gladstone says: "Wales is the most prolestaul country on earth. There is not a Welsh speaking Riman Catholic church in existence." Bishop W L, Harris, of the Northern Methodist church, died at New York Friday. He was born in 1S17 and bean his ministry inl83G. The amount annually expended for benevolent purposes in New York is estimated at about $7,500,000. There are 320 charitable societies and institutions. Rev. W. B Arvin is holding a protracUp to the ted meeting at 7. on church. time nearly 20 p;rsons have taken prtsent Colum membership and been baptind. bin Spectator. who has Mrs. Jordan, of Caattanoojit been an invalid for a year and a half, claims to have recovered her health comlasting two hours pletely after were held at her bedside by a B)ston faith- cute professor. New Hampshire Supreme Court de513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., cides that: "The right to worship God according to the dictates of one's own conTHE GENTS' FURNISHERS science and reason, does not entitle the Sal AM A;i:.vr.H vation Army the right to worship by beating the boss dram." INDIANAPOLIS L.lU.VIHtY. The minutes of the South Kentucky Association, which met last at Rocky Ford, in Casey county, and which we are now WIIKIIE IS WIDOW fmi:(j- printing for Clerk M. W. Jones, shows ? that the 18 churches composing it have Widow Kllfgrntr , luiIJen time Krull, iumIMt members and that there were 179 bap- married to an American ur ottnr crotleuaa, tnd now known unJer hli name, a natlr ol Klrl, tisms last year. Holitfln, i'ruiala, mM tob a resident of d, Lincoln couuly, Kmtuckr, or hrr dtucvnd- nt, are rrUated to iddret the undo knl on Ml, VERNON, ROCKCAS1LECOUN1Y. MAUST & SOMEBSET STS., --!lt- vi ojsrr txije IB IMHBMv (Hkaraa HHraM WALLACE &C0CHRAN, nut tiii: WALSH, THE TATLOli, a:a EKK rovirni avi:mi ImOUISVIXxIxXS, P. S.-FI- - - HUn-lor- NE account of will and inheritance Iroin KrlrdUod, MeckicnLurv, Germany nviitVArnz . t:oKy. UmlMllle. 2o-lro. GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN RRIOIIT, JR. tiif.oo. DR. S. G. HOCKER. J L'llLK'HAl.li: OF A JESRNKir CATITiE! At W. It. Bradfield Co ' HOCKER inu, OiC. J & BRIGHT, justly celebrated and most nopular MJCCKSSOIINTO IV. II. II IU (JIN'S Hone Eacba , LKXIX(!TOX, At of KY.. ibarp. SKIT. 15, 1SS7 Lunch at II 30 Wo will continue to handle the l: o'clock, COOK ST0VE3 and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TIL- - John II Wallace, of In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wj will still place the OLIVER CHILL Closing out Sale of the Phtcldall Herd PLOW in the lend of all others, whore it justly deicrvos to be. Ask your No steel plow in the market And w. j. chinn. of Frankfort. Kr. will ,f ii a 'neighbor in reference to its supsrionty. choice aelectlin from hit lrJ. Theiu will Ie otto tne IMPERIAL tered lut ol highly hred anluiala of Ihn equal heal Including lat milk tnd Luttcr laiull'ra, cttjprlni;. brrrtt Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & IIARR0W. In the Trntvil iutrs and their Among uirm.ru ninrf(M, ni. MjltllllirriH, .tr. PUMPS' lino we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal- All lltllciH, mlvvr .llint'H, HuJiiIim, illutrvH anil t uiiim - imjith. we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have seldom, l ever. Iiai tlioro been oilered at public any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. ale aa choice a lot oUener cattle (uual In iDlnt W. It. .Ht'KINNF.Y, Siik'Niimii. of Individual aerlt and The cowa and heller In calf haro hta avrrrd by chotcfll.il 'la of Hlintil, Nt. Jlvllvr, stokf atratni. I'oiIhUiI anJ other opuliradurtwa which are now rradr, HA I, I.A J mix It.Lexington, VE,i)r , At-jiii'- if Korea-kluKura, will make a Lcxlnitou, Kr en account v4; Col P.. h Kdmu.nsux 11. J Auctioneer. ClllMi, Kr Frankfort Ky. 25'j-3- t. WATERS & DAVIS aaai naiij , -- i 3 in lb T 't!iatt nicr DO R P- - 5 5 H H e S? Is (J "0 25 Es 3 C e 5 3 a. , a. ia! S3 -- 5 nip 5 ?3 o S-- m 5 aaE o " o g" o 10 OHI.UU lit i - PHARMACIST, - - Finn, ?jr!!fe ,cVfeiwf -- if! P Drugs, Books, Stationery and fancy Articles. I'bTilrlan"' prclptloca accurately compounded. AIo watch. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY RICHMOND. KY. iivuii.;ii"t. nt, F.T iliv FIpvimi Ilrpirl f '"' ' r tir.i! ii ihclMirti.f iiV.'." (ii . (. iii,,.1i,i,,.,.n,Itii1. !": 1"1 'mil 'til Wli H'l.iliM' it I l,1, I ii-- JEWELERbouKhl to The Largest 8took of Watches, Jewelry and Silverware Ker ale Olooka, i k , i I i - - 1. Il I I in.! t.. L. .'!. f'l" ' I. I, Mid 'J L.,Cli2RGellor. ,4. lilf.k (Utlll.lll thli niaiket Prlcea Lowor than Watchea, Cloclri and Jewolrjr Reon anoft nolle and Warraotnd. paired Ut f -- rii'iii iir mniTTrimrM-iiiW- iimwniii,iiisw,i,i,iianiMiaaiiii,M wi w wiihhumi mi iiiiii iiiimw Several whcnt M I I! rue j. ilrMn fir I cnnji I. - f Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON. Eoptcmbor C, hi: Kentucky Centr.il soiling round1857 trip tiukut to the I'iri Filr fur $i I. A N. Moi.l.li: Hhookh, a well known oaiulc- UuslnoHH MannKor. enn, wn hot in the baud Siturdsy nlcht. either by Inr lover or accidentally, It Is not clear which, LOCAL TIME CARD. . Mail train going Nona.. ' Sulltt) " 12 8'J KipiMi train ..- - .... ooutn last winter, a very light punishment, it ' -- .. 1 50 i.. M Horn uu standard lime. Molar would eeem for ao Rrave an oflense. jotb Ii calculated u It about 20 Minutes Inter WurN the old stable on Hecond street be C. LOCAL TIME CARD. InnwinR toCurti Witt was torn down the other day 32 rata were killed, some of them 1 rains leave llowland at 5 and 7 20 A l. perhap 100 year old, a they were gray Ileluruliig, airlteat (land 8.M i i. mill as large a cats, ..... " tti Dim. iiiMT wa let oil with a iiae of $500 r. m. 131 r, M. for shooting into the ciiuroh at l'.iint Lick I W, w A" LOCAL NOTICES. Buy your achool books and school up pile irom A. It. Penny. AsKjour grocer for the Cincinnati Da klnii Uo.'e cracker and cake. V ATOHhrt and Jewelrj repaired on nhor notice ana wnrrnnien uy a. it, rennj. A ooMri.rrK Hock of jewelrj, lattwt tyie. iwcKioru waicnrM a cKctaiiy. K. I'miiir. & McAliater having Tub Br ji of uiiiolTed, lti Bccotinin nre rtaujr lor rcuie merit. Come at once and fettle. You may VrJ-man iinmed Sir-was declared insane Hiturday, but when her friend found that she w juld have to go to the Asylum, instead of being supported by the county, they took her A NNUiO woman back home. ae coM. PERSONAL. Mil. K L. The protracted drouth, which has done so much damage in this section, recalls the terrible one of 1813, when It did not rain h to September 'JOlh. Wneat from April was killed, tree died and a fimine almost resulted. Our last good rain this veu was early In June. li Tannbii, J ii., haa been to tU-itin- Titr. Caer county teachers adopted .t reln'lTra hern C'i.akknubTate lim none In Kirka-rll- le diligence in laboring to elevate the pro Mim Uei.i.e Hoot i viniiinu Mm. fiaion to the highest possible MMidard; Wad Walker, in Garrard. protesting against teachers absenting them MlhUANNR KllNKJ IN Timlin Mifa selvc from institute without lawful et-ci- iti Mae Adnuiaat Ml. Vernon and eiidorsim- - the H'air H.I I MruMw. W It Ca ii son ami I). Kla . tent to Linuvillr laat HriuoM AtflDENT. -- Uncle Jerry MaxItot'T ht been K'uiic eick for well, the well known stock trader, siluVred Mtw week, lull h convaleeclnK. the seme accident Sunday His hors- JohnS Owmi.kY, Jn, ha begun to shppe.Uud fell with him, breaking one MU'ir h under Welch &SiutlT. bone in hi ankl,. and culling several gash-- 1 Mr I). T. FAn;t.Kii, of the Adamte, e in his hod. He s taken to Mrs, Bob 4ii.n the rrow.l Texlnnla for the (lenlrjV, where I.. R.-i- renderi the rat-oasurgical nslstnnce 'ret'" The old man I'li.'i HkkviY ilr.t.M left jealnrdir to has many friends in this section who hops t ke chiiri.ti of 1'crrjTille. MIb and Female that hi iniurlei will not Ltep him long iiij-hlK timl ncionl Ion.: strini of resolution thanking Conductor Thomas, I'rof. X lei, J. E. Huflman and Col. Silas Adam; eihortiru the teacher to J iine Dnn sulil lo Bz y 22 1 2GG n rente, nt ourid year nld need apply $3.25 The nras fild nre II ertlly ilriwl up Mil II. I'. Huriii did n t tell tho First and the appllci loo of i iiiuci wxild National Uink stock he Hilverlised yenter-da- y, h c h igraliuii q ul to that which b it will dinpoHd of it privately to any ttll! cihI fie world one who may wish (t James Guihrie, Sheiby county, sold lo Not a tingle letter to this piper cime W. II. Leonard, New Orleans, 100 head of fine 2 year-olmules Hi $155 per head. Mr Oor until afternoon yesterdar must do better or we shall have Guthrin usually pick bis lot and to discharge and hire them over at higher well wage f. C. Anderson, of Monigomer, i'i posed of 83 bund of hi Sbori horns at aucThe 59 sbarei of Farmers National Bink tion fur $17,180 Wild Eves, of Vinewood stock sld at auction yesterday by M. P. 7th. brought $1 000 Btllee, administrator of Mrs. Rtcbel Jone, M, Kihn ahipped jeterday morning lo were bought by Mr. I.T. Luiler at $11 from this place 200 head of cittle to New $1 17.60. York, averaging 1,552 pounds. He paid The Stanford Roller Mills are running from $3 90 lo $4 25 per c vi - f Mi. Sterling day and night now and are selling flour in Sentinel. The training stables of C L. Riiler, in Dinvllle, Richmond and Lancaster, where are roller mills. The "Uilsy" Mills are Woodford county, burned Sunday morning with six valuable horses Supposrri lo hard lo biat. have caught from a pipe. Los about $8,-00Wr welcome our friend M D, Hughes partially injured. back into the j nirnalisllc hVd. Like all E bert D.ckon, of Harnon county other who hive once trie 1 ll, he has not has just returned from Spain with ben stliffid (ill h trie it again, hard jicks, which cost tutu frum $300 lo inrte $350 luck as it i. there. The freight on Ihe three amounted Ooe of them is 17 hands high. engine that goes to $291 A SPA1UC from the R Foley bought 1,000 buihe's of pita fell in the barn while with Unit's thresh r Mr. F. M. Flenner was having his wheat toes from Iiac Sielby, Jr , at 40 cents pir Danville Advocate. Mr Sielby threshed nnd destroyed it with a good lot of buhel coulJ have gotten 75 cents for them here, ai firming utensils, hav, &. they are scarce even al that price HoimiTT has ceased to be a drawing card. D N. Prewitt bought of Greenberry He spoke hi llttl piece to a very small Bright 27 cittle, averaging 1 5S5 pound, at crowd yeterday end the most of it wis at- 4 Mori-lancenis, ii ml 3 head u3 cents tracted thither through sheer curiosity, He & Ci old to II. D. Coyner 11 1 good feedought lo have sen-- o ero ih now to retire ing ether at $3.15 per head Advo into the shades of oblivion. The Crab Orchard h r n good N;ne hut h school Is good open ones 2 4$ SJ pro-duc- 11 219 to 227 W. Jeilorson, 220 W. Market, JLOUISVIIililE, KY. Those who like to save money should not foil to give us a trial. Truly the wonder of this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE PAIR'S MOTTO. IKS FMSI rerun-pondent- s fe-- d" 1 G 9p o Ii) c K o CO 0 Ul td c caie. lt , ,.., becoming The scarcity of water here a triun matter. Miny cisterns nre dry, have ceased in iljw ami Fort Knrinp ,, )(J min kppt nWi A (t!Sm 1RUlnK w,er from iti wuicll 1(j readiT f i -- b. J(ll . of ., .,- - .., ,.,,, rr Inatitutf. (IroiKIK IlUHTOX, nf I'lllfliuri, atop-ptoyer with hia folka hern on hi return d oonGned. The wist side of the elevator at the Stan- fits' Stanford FemMo Cjllee opwied yesterday wild 5S scholars and with fine schowl Mio- Mary proapet's for a fil Tap-cotCirrie Mayiv, Hallie Welch and Hettie ittdding, of the Faculty, have armed and entered upon their duties. 1 l, fe .- If fr ford Flouring Mi.lt bur-- l ycsUrday morn itig a little before S o'clock and the wheit Mil and Mh-- j C E Ml I.I.Kit, of rvt 3 000 to 5,000 hus'i in on bin, It ichff'vr, lit, nre her mother els, w precipitated to the ground. The Mra lUn Kiihinka. loi. on the wheal will bs slight, but the Mim FijOiiKNfB Thukiikaht left yesweakness of the elevator having been demterday t rperd a couple of uiontha "lib onstrated, il i likely that a new one will relative in Virginia. have to h) built. The concern we bully Mn John M. Hodokin, ol Vinche constructed and the wonder is that it ha ter, apenl Hcinilar here. At tl.tial there ia not fallen before. It bad just been weathir a very tmltT jjirl in (he cae. boirded with corrugated iron at a cost of Mil GfoiiOE T. Mi'ltoiiEHTa went up J600 or more. lo Hrodhrad Haturdar (o fee hli wife, who If alck at hia daut;hter'a theie. The silliest thing that we haye observed -- Cot. AMiMna W. G Wrwa wil) in some time is the putting; up of tint cupo'n a chaperone a party of yonna Uilte to Mam folding around the court-homweek cr two before the arrival of the uiolh Catp, If atlnjj here to night. Mies Hannah Faih wh called to Kel rugaieu iron wiin wnicn ii u to uo covereu. on county StturiUr by a telegram anIt not only hide the face of the clock, but nouncing the death of a chili of hit titter, it was put up in such n way that Captain Mra J W. Bailee. Richards tells us he wis unable to wind it -- Mil W. H MoKoitEliT learea this Siturday. Then too all the windows being morning for Cincinnati to attend the Amer open the niht dampner settle on the rust and ilia prohibit! icin raaruceuticil A'aoclation, which work c,i isin canveniH there lo day treat irjury of tho splendid machinery. Mna Moi.lik Myeiis returned HumUy After to day the cUck will ruu down aud from a Tii' to friend at Hloomincton, III will be started again goodness, knows when. Miru Jennie Hughe returned with her and dis A NL'MBEU of love behaved very I the BUM. of the Mie Wrar. gracefully Friday night and but for the lieen ut the who ha HoiiiKT eko of several Dog Trays, who wero rope! of death with pneumonia, i InijiroY point into it unlhoughtedly and who are xnj inc. 1 1 ii mother and brother in law, of penitent over the mMter, and asked to be ben over to ft him Cincinnati. spued the mortification of seeing them -- Mrtum Hr.nvFY Hfi.m, J H 0iley, we would let and E C. Walton stive in print thii time, C. Keller, their fitther know how thev aclet'. We went toCincinnitl br Ihe Knlucky Cenunderstand that the whole ptrly wi drunk tral i'ic!irH)n KtlurcliT to eve Kgme under and that their CArousal kept overybody In Nero. the line of their march in wakeful terror. Ihrbotir-villMn. A. M Dtcictit, of the of eich of the puty i down on Sunday liefe. He com The A'cim epeiit our lint and we promise not to rpire them binta Tery cleverlj the buainea of drum again, There is certilnly no fun in be min for the nnle of hut r n for Hubjcrib-e- r having a it i said they did and we hope to hi piper, they will ho gititlemen enough not to re Mi'i Mahie WlttTK, after a happy peat il tummer with Mi Annie Alcorn and other some exulta friend, led yealerdiy for her home at Mid Consider uile si'iir-msE- , dleway, W. V , and there are numeroua tion and some chagrin are expressed over aad hearla tho decision of Judge Morrow against the Mu It HuiiNETT ia back from Monti local option law at L.nctaler. Those who cello, whllher he went to attend the claim to know siy that there was much of hia brother, who baa been down with gretter reason for doing so in this county the typhoid ferer for eiuhl week. He left and yet he failed to see it in that light. Acting under the decision their county him a little improved. Mu C. S. Niem, of the Allamont judge has already Issued sever! license He and as inanv barrooms are already in oper Coal Company, wa here yesterday. to in Cincinnati. Sjieiiif-- ' Nmvlanh tella u that only about J2 000 in Stale revenue i due by the lax payer of this cou&t, upon which 0 percent, will have to be collected. This is d dog pretty well for the first yeir, when most of the people lnven'i caught onto the penalties of the new revenue law cf Nr.u corn is being ground eirlier than ever known here. I'ml Mattingly tells us that he ground the first turn last Wednesday and that it wa ft hard in appearance as old corn. Ill father, who is 03 years old, says this is several days earlier than he ever had it to be brought lo his mills before e n , ereon Laj, a Doy em ployed at a saw mill near Middleburg, was struck in the stomach Thursday by what is known as the which II jw from it place. He did not appear seriously hurt, and went on about his business. The cext day he began to feel the eflrc'.s of it and on Stlurday he died after intense suffering. lay-pi- Mii jr J. D Harri. Sim Stune and Joe Bigg botubt the Ride farm c,f 222$ acres nesr Richmond at $110 90 per acre, Ihe sale reilizing $20 010.25 The ga well is down over 1.300 feet and neiihtr gi nor water Register has been found. (i C. Lvnn old to Mutin Thnmp'n & Co., of N O lei'i-- , 51 2 yeir o.d sugir mules. The price i iriu e, but il i mi derstood t be at $175 It is mi I by good judges that liu - the fattest and best lot of oiule- - ever hipp-from the Sum Bsefct'tle are today worth SI per hundred piiiiid mnrt than they were one month . while hog, although not sh'iw iat'snci rapid ad runs- -, have been steidily Tt i i certiinly encoura.iog proRie-ui- r to stork m ii id w'n nve baun sufi-re- r by rea-o- o of low jir c fir a long lime. Cipt. William R ib ha alien led the following fair, t'king a number of premiums at each: Kirkville S, Stanford 8 Danville 10, HarrodsburgO, Lawrenceburg, 7,Shelbyville7 A total of 49 blm tits ilia fine saddle in ire, M try B , bai been ex hibited 13 tiiu-- s and taken 13 premiums Danville Tribune A small crowd attendel court yesler dav and it was a very dull day. Toe drouth was the principal topic of conversation and it was dicusid in all its bearings Capl. II. T. Bush reports a few scrub year lings, which brought $7; milk ows $2.1 lo $27: plug horses $t'0 lo $80. Good many mules on Ihe market, but verv few sold, Yearling mule slid at from $17 to $G2..'0 H liu d SIEKOIIAKT TAIIiMt. I haie received and still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising tbe best in tho market, which will be fa-i- Gotton Up in Stylo and Mcko Sooond to Hone in City or CountryfdlVtt Mv. n Trial. - WEABEN k MENEFEE Shot Into Mincemeat Those who know anything about the man will breathe easier after reading the dispttch that Jack Turner, i lawless charae'er of BU County, who hid killed hi wife's father and all her brothers and three or four o'.her meo, in eluding the eheriflf of the county, was shot at l'inerille from auib iscade, ntul fell with fi'tecn bullet wound and one from buckshot through hi murderous carcass. Hxvt Ai)KHTis::iii:.iTN. Frsil., r.uui fob sai,k: Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surd ys, Phsetous, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Florence Washing Machine, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fonciug, &c. Our Stock of Ve , I haTe loiight the rUht to sell tho Florence and aui now prerared lo famish hides is larger and more complete thanf ever.'be-foreU'aiblrg Mai bine all who may wish to tare their clothea frovi the from tho cheapest to the best. rubbing ami tearing incident to the old proefssol waiblng. Take one and try it and be courlnced. 2S7 hf (arm ofllO a croon the Lan-citDlx Ulver. Uooi dwell iir well watered, well linprotfd, lias gooi liouto. and ia dfslrable Ktnrrallr l'll. examine and gft terms. .1 HOl.TS.VLA II', I Gllir for laleuiy i'lke and ou Ct. l,:X. fitatiford.Ky Jr,G Jr, Sash-Blind- s, In the county cuurt yesterday II. Bitigh qualified as executor of John Biugh and J c ie 1 tc-J- ay. G. Biugh qualified as guardian of Leauda Biiigh. The will of Mrs. Lucinda Carpenter was admitted to probtto and Dr, I'll not worry you about btiyluj utilesi you are Fowler and L. C Cupentcr qualified as fully latlifiedutoitauierlt. ji. ki.kik, Headquarter-a- t S.b. Myers' store. executors Nathan Ferd piid $100 and was granted a license lo piddle. J. B. 1 OK N.iliE. I'axlou was appointed administrator of George Bill The court wound up the day HOTEL AND LIVERY STABLE by a long settlement with Commissioner IN BUItGIN, MERCER COl'NTi", KY J. A. Bigle. r All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacture:' and for as littlu money. Come and see our lino assortment before it is broken. J.H.GKEEN.ARt.. HustoiivlUe, Ky. WEAItEN & MENBFEE. bed-aid- e laya that the miner are atill out demand JnR 3 cent, but the Aoclalion ia determined not lo py oer 2J the , of John A. Hamikman, Louisville 'lima, waa here yealerday get tine tbo leiral documentM for the happy event of nf xt Thurfday. We tender our Iq ulncereat cood niahen in advAnce. Wk regret to I one from our midst Mr, W. C. Wherntl and h! very lovable wife. After n ehoit viiit to Lancseter they will ro to Versnille, where Mr W. will likely co into the Rood butines. He is well adapt ed to it anil will no doubt be very micceKful. ation la Lancaster. Ii i said that the temperance people have appended and will ught tho case in the higher courts, but at any rate il cm do no good for a year at least ph all of the license are for that longth of time. Those intcreited say th the Court of Appeals will be compelled to declare our law unconstitutional. Amo.no G07 Knott's last official net was the pinion of John Soard, wbo was sent from Casey county in 1877 for life for the murder of a man whose bones were found noar Itich Hill, in May of that year. The conyiction was on circumstantial evidence of ay pry strong character, though Soard has always maintained hie innocence. '1 he late Col. Itobert Bltin was of counsel for the defense and took so great Interest in the case that he had published at this office d pages giving Soard'a n pamphlet of slatemeut of the murder and what he knew of the dead man, Finney. Tho Colonel ex pected tint the statement would not only secure a pardon at the time for Soard, but reslir.9 for hia dependent family a handome amount from the sale of the hook. In this 40-od- last week that courteous and efficient oflioir, Superintendent P.T. Downs, Invited us to a seat with him in the cab of a locomotive that was being run lo Ihe city to do service on another division. It wai jist what we had been longing for and the experience was both delightful and exciting, Mr. George Irwin was at the throttle yalye and at the suggestion of Mr. Downs on striking a tan-Lehe fairly made her fir. during which L,ch and every hiir stood on our head like .juill on avfrtttful porcupine oa telegraph j pMlg ?eemeJ t0 peed pAst us whh ,he Bp. t camu t, ,. a nn- f t(,9lh :n el and to us a very enjoyable journey for which our thanks are gratefully tendered. En uoute to Louisville TneMsurrd junction of the Cincinnati Southern and Louisville Southern Railroads, now occupied The onlj rorty la tbe by J. II. Dlckerson. town suitable lor the business. Terms liberal, and If not told soon will rent It (or a term of rears. Kor information lonulre of V. 25J.St. J. of JAJtES SI'IMIAX,Ky Ilurgin, Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Toxas Pacific (Cincinnati New Orloana and Shortest and Quickest Lino to kkai) mnvN. TltAINSbOUra. ho.l. t)Hlly. I FINE PAKM FOR SALE ! Mew Orleans, Florida, East, Texas, Cuba, South West. South KKAI VV. iur, y. nt. I ofler for sale, rrlTalely, my farm adjoining th town of Hustoullle on Stanford ptke. Said firm CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. rio. o. Ex. Bun.' Djlly. Wu3, DalW CONTAINS ABOUT CO ACRES, More or lesof Hanging l'ork liottom Land, ol good quality, all under good fjuce, mostly ioat and rail ol c;dar and locust, nlcn cottaco iJwelllne, good Ham nnd other There are sorerai fctorts, jiercnnni inn, nanonai nana, two llourlsblng b'choola in the town, the and IVon'e geiieroui and uoipltabie. tor mrtuer luformauou call ou or address 11. X. V. AC LEX, or 2S'Mt J sTATluv' Wit. Cincinnati , .A'rv I exlniilon Junction Cl' . ... 2. o 10. I ,.... Dally. Dally. 6 42 p Ul 3 15pm 1 Dallr. Ex Sun .No. 4, ru. o. Dally. Daily. I 03 p ui 9 00 p m 1120 am 7 3Uim II 51 p m 12 55 Ji ml 0 10 m 1 IS a in' 6 15 pm Ii Ol pm 9 30pm 10 00 pm 1 . , , liSiin R5 p Ul MARRIAGES. J.J.ACIjKX. Hustonvlllo Ky. H- an old hiRli terms of Dr. J. II. and neighbor of oura, who VirKinia friend has been connectoJ with the construction of the new road there, aud who baa juat left for hl new field of operation at SiYRiiab, Georgia. Vat-cua- The Uarbourville Nan epeakg m very Mr. Je?ee Davis and Miss Julia M, Crutcher were married at W. A. Crutcher's on the 4th. At Gum Sulphur last Thursday Mis Julia Crawford and Henry Wells were united in marriage. LAND, STOCK AND CROP -I- THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, ftJII. S.ND .V 7 00a ui 8 55 a m 10 00 a in a in 4 10 a m r, 12 a in JG , , , JLFI'KIISO.t MS., LOUISVILLE, - - - KY., a so 10 40 4 20 7 41 p a p p 1255 a 6 10 a lOlOkUi,, m m tu m lu ml ..(Jalcdalo . .. 5 55 a Ul ll 15 a in , ..Boyci 8 V5 a m 9 17 a mi 8 4HU1 9 30 a mi Ai'v. CliatUnoojt .L'fe 9 15am Cliattnoogi 1 05 p m Ar'v A'lT .Atlanta 3 50 pm .Ulriiilngbam ,.TlU'HlOOR 0 30 p m , ,1, 7 40 p m ..Akron , . York 9 45 p in' 11 00 p in .Vrv Meridian .. !. 11 15 pm .Meridian Vie i 6 15 a ui A'lT. New OrItam..L've A'rv L'Tf ... Mrndltu U'iSpni A'rv Jjrknon . .A'rv 3 50 a in li 25 a in .Vlcmburg ...Monro,)... 12 IS p Ul . lrHVlMlrt 4 31 pill 7 L'tc t'rr 5 5 4 12 10 8 7 A 50 a 15 a 00 a 30 a 45 a 30 p 30 p 4 1 9 10 7 2 10 m in lu in m in tu 4U p m 35 Ul 30 p in 00 p m 00 Ul 10 a m 35 h ui 25 a in v5 a ml 30 l 111 ...'10 23 am li 40 a in ...i' 6 55 a m 3 43 A IU .. 5 20 a in 2 23 a m 9 50 p m in in 71JIU .... 7l0p in m 5 I 10 p m 10 40 am 3pm 15 0 10 a ui 4 Sl.a ui 3 2Jaui 8 35 p m ' 2 45 a m I 9 55 p ui 7 1 a ui 3 30 a in 'llMOani A 55 p Ui 15pm LOCAL MATTERS. A MTTJiE child of Mr. James Hughm, ol Rowland, was burled yeUerday. t At Uiomton, Lurel county, A. R. has been appointed postraaater. 15eth-ura- s hands, sale. U.T.McRoberts, Stanford. were left a large number Joe S. Robinson, of Garrard, sold Tom which thoe interested in the cae can get I and other Rlnenware juat received at A. A, 1 E, Wood 30 feeding cattle nt $3,12. by Bending u 25 cents a copy. Warren'a Model Grocery. A heautikol line of Coraline water Bete VAN F. JLYOXS, Prop. In 1870 bacon was 15 cents a pound; Stroot Cars pasB tho Hotol for all now it is 0 cents. Dopots, Tbe Exposition, Raoo J, R. Warren eold to Craig Linn a fine Courso, and all plaoos of mule colt for $73 50. The hemp crop ia light and the old is intorost. Spocial ratos he was disappointed, and only getting Iroin aelling at $G per cwt. to Merobanta and Fifty bushels Patagonia seed wheat for us thoje that be could dispose of, there Commercial on our Wal-ton- rish Potatoea Wanted by T: It. . Mann Boudoir Builel SlopIni Cir uu jliuroiB'U trains. H COLLBIUN, Oen'l Frt. JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Manigor, K. CAIUIOI,!., (icii'lKupt., HullJInu, WVl Fourth alre;t, Onclnnatl, Ot". General Offices, tit. fats. Act., lul iTATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. rKI. lt Mon, xi.viMse, !?'--i. rraii a.y. INSTRUCTORS.Enalneerlna. Classical. Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. TIUIJU.-"- . COUNTY AFrOIXTEF.S KECKIVKU Fall term begini SEPT. 14, IQ07. For CATALOGUE and other Information, addttss JAMES K. PATTERSON. PH. D LEXINGTON, KY. An.innitiirni finH Mpnhnrilpni. .EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND Rp.lpnllfln. h ''J THROUGH THE LAND. Fomr 1HI.UO.V dollnrs In aupnosoil to bo InI i'l V Golden Specific. GriiMW sti.vru Is brass to which nickel Is deIt can tie sit en In a cup of codec or tea with structive to tho lino Hiirfnco of marblo state has been udded to whiten IL It is used in out (lie know IiiIkv ol tho person taking It Is ns tho material 011 immenso quantities dustries of. this country together, and tho uury through its absorption of the sulphurabsolutely harmless ami will effect a iicrma- which silver Is plated for silver-plateannual product from this Is estimated at ous acid of tho atmosphere. ware. nciit and speeily cure, whether the patient Is a niixlcrato drinker or nn alcoholic wreck. billion dollars. Molds for rubber stamps nro mado of nino Ix regard to tho strength of snails It is Thousands of drunkards hare been made tm of nn plaster of Purls. Tho rubber Is pressed Into HnroitT nys n oompney with n capital of said that n snail weighing pernio men who lime taken uoltlen HpcclQo nni) million dollars Iiuh becu forinod for tho ounce has been seen to draw up vorticully tho mold with a small press, and Is then without their .knowledge. and . .In llielr coffee .. .. neuere iney iiiiu urinKlng or their own of piping nrtiflcinl gas from tho a load fifty times greater than its own placed in a vulcanizing oven hented to about irco him 11 ft r. vr. u faii.. Tlio system 275 degrees. of Illinois to til. Louis, a weight. once liuprcKtiateil with the Specific It becomes Amai.oams nro soft alloys which mcrcurv nn utter Impossibility for tlicllmior appetite to of eleven miles A 1'iirstit Government cngincor snys exist, for full particulars, aUdress liOLDKN many building stones forms with other metals. Tin amalgam is AnthikwCauneoik, tho iron king, Is con- that tho destruction of SPECIFIC CO., 185 Ilaee St., Cincinnati, O, sidering plans for u baronial palace to bo is brought about by tho abrupt expansion used in silvering mirrors; cadmium nmnl-gain filling teeth; ( zinc nnd tin nmul-guerected by him on the highest point of tho of tho stone, under tho uctlon of tho sun's ns rubbers of electrical machines Allegheny Mountains Tho cost is esti- heat when the tomperaturo of tho atmos phere is very low nnd tho sky is clear. mated us high ns fiV),000. All sorts of vorsels, culinary nnd other IliiiniiLoiiisTslinvc discovered a wonder- wise, including palls, tubs, basins, water Iv Now York thcro nro sovcral young ladlos who m.iko a good living by personful state of preservation of (lowers obtained coolers, spittoons, as well as vnrious other ally conducting rich fetnalo visitors to that from mummy wrappings of Kgypt. Tho nrtliies, nro now manufactured in ono piece city to tho various dry goods stores, places delicate violet color of tho larkspur and tho from wood pulp, under thonamo of Indu of umusoment nud other points of intorest. scarlet of tho pppy havo been found dis- rated fiber ware, nnd nro culled IndestructoiTTVio!sw jV M fnoYALc:j7.j W Tun vicissitudes of lifo woro ono day re- tinct in tho leaves nnd tho sugar in the pulp tible. Jf Is selecting sand for manufacturing glass cently illustrated in tho caso of a man who of raisins Is said to havo remained. S( ir.sTiFtc Investigation has developed a darkish Band is found, containing more jpent two hours In n New York ofilco waitCWa ing to borrow ton dollars frotn a miUionuiro tho fact that typhoid nnd scarlet fevers are foreign substance than tho W ior cent who, two yoars proviouily, vas omployod communicable through tho uso of cow's silica, which inferior grade goes into green .jar or "black" bottles, and still 11 darker and had en- milk It is a well known certainty that by him as a cl"rk. . epidemics hae been spread through baser earth, which is used for sanding riched tho ono and lmpovenohed tho othor. moulds , another and finer durk grade, I wn :. Tnnnr. nro 150 fomale physicians in Now thongencvof milk; but the understanding j York, while inoro than doubio tho number now acquired Is Hint cows thonisvUes are which is used by cruciblo steel manufac, turers; and still another quality, tho whitost subject to forms of these disease. nro to bo found in Urooklyn and othor cltlfM. Among thoso in Now York Ax'oKtuvn to experiments with scorpions, nnd grittiest, which becomes "flint," or Olty it is snid thir nr qmto a numbor who the oft repeated story of tliflr committing nbsolutelv transparent glnss. An inferior is used hne Imwnes of MO.00O, two or three mako suit Nlo has Win not at niv"ht. It lias been quality of white sand very bestfor prescrl-tio-tho bottles, but tho is for imissibility for n scorpion yearly suinn ranging from M 3.033 to e'.HI.OOO, found a pli and one h.is nypraired for the lait four yours to poison itself or one of its kind. In battles higher grado of Hint ware. Inov workers havo in many cases n o occurring Itctwocn them they repeatedly u ptcady 'nconic of RJ.XK). to avoid tho calloused condition of their As aw pxiunp'o of the results cf booming sting cut h other, but not with poisonous a town the following prices of rocl estate effect. The stronger ono usually tears tho hands, brought on by their work As a The iolson contained In preventive tnko tho average water pad, In Los Anjrelv.s, CM., nro quoted: Lot on weaker to piece. tho prinHji.il streets that oould be had for the scorpion's sting is it milky fluid with a twelve quarts, fill with soft water five hours before quitting time, noon and nlch two thousand dollnrs t"n years ago, nro to- pungent dor EC. Tm. ue of nily nnd fatty foods in arctic add two ounces of borax; if hard water, Hi day commanding ton to eighteen hundred 11 addition to tho borax two ounces of sal soda dollars imr front foot. Land lmmodintoly regions is explained by the great potential ? Ufi.1 it I outside tho city sells nt fr..i two to four energy of fat, a pound of which is equal to Lather tho hands well with brown soap, nnd thousand dollars per nere The four banks over two ixmnds of protein or starch. It is then fill tho hands with white or any fine of los Angeles hold on deposit about surprising to see how commonly and lursoly sand nnd wash thoroughly in tho lora thirteen million dollars belonging to now tho fatter kinds of mr.it ure used by men water for five minutes or more Beginning ! Thlt powder n(TrrlP. a marrtil ol purl engaged in ory hard lalior. Men in train- beforo the hands havo lecome horny, onco a residents. treuctb uJ wholotomencM. Morr h thechem thin the ordlcirr kituN, nnd . can not h. toc ing or athletic contests, as oarsmen and ilny (at night), with Tub monument over tho grave of Israel tt'um, eat large quantities of meat. ieals, the smith's hands can nlwuys bo kept cviuetlton with the luu.tiludu of low ImI .nhorx rutnnm, tho revolutionary hero, nt Urook- foot-bal- l in a good, weight lyn, Own., for which tho State appropriated Hoth beef and mutton nro rich in protein, avoided. pliable condition nnd joint cracks ram, alum or phoaphatti owdiri. HolJotil lu UoriLBAKixo Poitdk O, fI0,00(, will bo dedicated dune 17, l!v 100 Wall Street. New Yolk tho which makes muscle. Mutton has the adOxnoftho most recent improvements In anniversury of tho battle of Umikor Hill. vantage of containing more fat along with the protein, and hence moro potential en- tho manufacture of puddled iron and steel, Tho romulus of General Putnam, in fonmrk-ulilpreservation, were lately removod ergy. 1'orhops this is another caso in which introduced in some of tho Knglish forges, Louis suilm; el, from tho Urooklyn itnrt(ry to the new e.H.irieueo has led to practice, tho real consists in subjecting tho molten metal, site, nnit the old totnlMton,, with the in- grounds for winch have later been explained while in the puddling furnace, to the action of a blast of air, thoso processes, by means scription prepared by President Timothy by scientific reean h. A Fit cm it scientist calls nttention to a of a special construction of tho furnace, be Dwight, of Ynlo College, was di'iKwited in i:i(ll3UM KKMtlKt In place of tho nxims of tho State IUstnrieal Society at curious illusion of tho vision which, It is ing curried on simultaneously thought, may account for tho apparent os- tho tuyeres commonly used for conveying Photographs in all styles Hartford. and sizog. the blast to the molten metal, one or more A diitici'i.t and complieated work has cillation or swinging of stars sometimes ob- holes m the front, Imck, or sides of the fur served, nnd culled by tho Germans in India Ink Crayon and Jwst been Hohievod in the completion of tlm " When the eye looks for some mice ifcrfonn this function Under this nr Pictures Ilugorman tunnel nets- Water Colors. Annie body, itself rangenient, and as soon as the metal leguis a small, feebly-lightetimont frwn its being u triumph of engineering th New Jeilifi' n I 4 ni a ' t tlU Trjr low in complete darkness, tho body ap- to sink to the bed, the blast is shut off, and completion of ho work is rui a hievenient lielng (ioi-i- r l'rliM. pears to oscillate or to describe certain the iron or steel is mode into bulls and confor tho tenai it, iil pluck of the corporaeurvos. It is said that this is n phenomenon voyed to hammers or squeezers, as the case tion. Tho much p used was of the subjective order, appearing to be of requires. Tho system involves simnlvtlio through tho snows ,,. hitherto tnukle-Feed, "molsimultaneous wildurnoss. Hut nil ulMiriK'Uoni were tho sumo nature as the movement of a star ten metnl byrefining and puddling of submitting tho latter to the AND obsorved when a person leans tho head ovontuully ovoreome and tho machinery ngainst a wall nnd iKwt his cu upon tho notion of 11 blast of air in a puddling fur! was put in operation When tho drill lln.ti-lnace, n method which, for directness uhuiVN liure on liuiiil a luruu mitl Nclrot linn of Fiirnl. nssed through tho rock the fuet whs star the star npjiears to bo agitated in its economy, is claimed to possess superior nud adrapidly; In order that JootIs. 5ly prlct'M tlll Ims iih lovr hn hiicIi Having rmtd the taWe on Drpot itr,l, I am (tiro mill I'litlortiilicr'N tho signal for choering. and as the men of place, and to vantages. ptrattl to train and lirrak hor oo rtatonalile KouUh ran lie bouuht iu lite fillcN. tut; a trial anil 31m tho gangs met in cordial hnnd-clusin the tho motion may bo noticed, there should bo Somk very enreful trials of the relative lermi. Count r Pourl daj traJe tollclltsl 1) coiMlticcd Unit I ht'II lower (Iiiiu l lie very center of that ll iug muss of rock each no moon, and the sky should be dear. it. cm ni'KSTtui.Kj will advantages of hand ami machine cut files i. congratulated the other uikmi tho siKely A KfsStvN el euiist has lieen e.xNriincnt-m- g Stanloi I, termination of tho work recently in the low bailing jiointH of tho havo Im'cii made in Sheffield. England, tho workmen ami foremen who had tho curryliquids formed by condensing the A tusskl over a mile in length is in progases A thermometer In which ing out of the 0oration not being permitted gress under tho St C'iuir river from Tort to know by wliat process the files they used Huron, Mich , to the Canadian sldo. It will hydrogen was substituted for mercury was were cut. Twelvo Iwsturd safe used The boiling points of all gue ex- edge files Imvo a clear internal diameter of twenty LOSDOK, KY. perimented with re extremely low at ordi- the same were forged and hardened out of fcot, and will have a single track It was material by tho firm making the F ,B. RILEY, Proprietor. nary Htmosphoru premaire Thus marsh exjierimont. Of these, at first proposed to construct a six were out by tuntiol, but careful estimates of the emu gas ImiIs at 1(', degrees C, ox.gen pin nt hand 011 the premises and six sent out to be.i.wp:rt News !t Uisskslppl Vall:7 C: Tlioronctily ItrniMnloil ami Itrfur-nlsli21.1 degives, nitrogc.i ins at l!l I degrees, en t by wcro given, showing that twoslugle-traek- s the lcst machines available In every Fare llironslioiil I'lrsl-rliistunnels could be built I'lifatwr than one curium mnnoxiile at r.m desfrecs, and nitric trial the innchiiie-tundfiles pii. od theni ami rciisoinililo prlrow. BY DAYLICHT degrees When these liqul-lieanil nlslil double-tractunnel If this tunnel is u f.ur-os- oxide at haml-madselves Much taliiHtirc met by polllf NEW RIVER and aeon Iht firouch the vases are further tooled they bocomo more superior to tho lorlrrfif lliln 4UF0HHNIESCANONS elBLUE RIDGE, patting WHITE and the trufllc Ixv.hium prolituble. the work, determined by the weight of 111 anil the soiuN. iiielting ut still lower lc uipcniturcs. ittiiilnr lloiiso. conijiany intends to build u second one SlLHHbR SPRINGS and other Summer Riiorti ol the ings performed by the uu Thus u t melts at exactly 1 degree C, but chine-eu- tproduced, was bund-cut- , Tho tunnel Is being built by a private com-illce,nanj Mountain! In Virginia. thuu the my nud will cost about l,5UMX)i). It is fiirlta'ii iiiiinoxido tit '.MT degrees C The instance after the lnniiUut wus and in every pronounced FINEST SUSEUES CLIilATE I!? AMSSKa lowest temperature ever recorded as jet is probable, hotvovor, that the leading roads worn out the inuchiuo-cii- t coinotitor was MAI will form a ool and obtain control of it the melting point of nitrogen, SK5 degrees declared to bo moderately good. Acting on ST., IIICIIMO.MI.KV Obtenatlon Cars from Kanah Falls Is Charlottes alter itn completion The progress of the C. (Itm degrees K.) .'111 me issue or these tests, the firm by whom Breakfast to Supper) from April 1st to Occem B. ivurk is being watt. hod with keen interest, Jer 1st was conducted has since cut the bulk of it FROM DISTANT CLIMES. as great clcmges are likely to bo occasioned its files by machinery. l. For a ssl Table;" ONLY SOLID TRAINS Mlth PULLMAN CARS by its Kiiccessful opemtiou. possibly the AcJ clean acii well furnish! rnouii, thlf Hotel r m Ix order to thoroughly visit the city duplicating of the tunnel at Detroit at ABOUT ROYALTY. (inrt ampin ruiiut attach. il'Cll xt bai no iusr1or, L:sl:rillc, Cincinnati, and Lcxlnjtcn, .: of Loudon a person would have to travorso Jij--. whatever txxt. iVriUtfiSilOir Uitreitf il as grout a distance ns lies between tho two The enrly of tho Queen of rrrRular ANolUcerof the U. S Signal Service has oceans in the United K9Fcaiity anil Spain amount to one milium ilollurs States. , taken up his quarters at Key We-.tVia , Hi ssiv employs ietroleum us a fuel ton Kim. Alfonso XIII.. of Sxun, receives a ENSTRUATION or for the purpose of I between great About three that po'it nnd the West Indian Islands, a verysteam extent. run by it, nndhundredn salary of aIs million and a half dollurs OIITHLY SICKNESS. large rs nro and but seventeen years of age. over communication by means of carrier pigeons, l - ' r r; Oe CHANOK OF IlKn.creat I'nivi r. Or.omir. of Greece, is said to bo H Thlf poimlar enterprUr li Ut koIlc i the fiont for the benefit of the signnl service The thousand Wmiotives and engines burn every inch n sailor; ho is serving a cadet-shi- Hi oneauioriK tbe tc'T Klit In tb Sl'te. fitlirtr.T ' a r n ill beaold(d tYfreml for "pernnont will be commoneed with fifty nothing but bquid fuel. .SKITKMIIKU 13TI1 bovk Mi 11. T wis,'" uuill frre Tm: total steam mercantile tonnage of tho in the Danish navy His height is six Tliflrr.dt innlloi DAYs In fcldltlon to lllmr young birds When properly trained, lie rfSUKrf I lluiDriti-Co., Atlanta, Oa. wotidnowufio.it is estimated at 10,M1,M8 feet three inches and he is less than eight- ami CONrln prcialurui thrjr oiler Il,2n0 In it will glvo tho birds to captains of vessel-,- , al ibow Connects In same depet In Waihlniton tor tons, of which (treat Britain owns nearly een yours old. punes hacet trtrf Jay, horaoi calll al I who will take them out to sea and liberate s oifr tho fineat Of the merchnntlle tonnage In Tins German Einiieror iccently sent a r. M.and itarttsl Inpromitlr at 1 Tno mttujeiupnt BALTIMORE, Uiom. At first he will take them out four tba half n tho aggregate Hnglaud ownsulxnit PHILADELPHIA, check for one thousand dollars and two lure mile track palm or Male to make tie or live miles, gradually in 'reusing the apartJ no exeiiM .. NEW YORK. fine gold watches to tho families of u icllpiiall otlura Chiap raii, until the West Indies are reached Tin: u Knince haven fiiirful UatlrnaJi lor Ixitti iiuu and iieail. I.r-e- rr Direct rojle to crew who attempted to rescue u on all toeInvllfd. of finuncs to contemplate. On tho It will enable the signal service, If tho birds ! billy LYNCHOURC, can be successful,;- - tnnuod, to glvo quicker 1st of January, 10, tl.o public debt of ('rrauii ship, :i of whom perished save H. HI. ItOOXK.Nt'crrtarv. Ho.tlv." Trance amounted to tl,Si),(XiO,UiO; on tho two. and more detinue and reliable information DANVILLE, And all points In m rogard to the prevalent e and charade-o- f 1st of February, I157, u reached ?"),M,000,. iTlsielated of King Ernest of Hanover. Notioi of Amenilniout storms, ami th.- - mudition of the wenth r OiO. Thus 111 seven years tho debt bus been uude of Queen Victoria, that ho was a bitVIRCINIAnnd NORTH CAROLINA. Ohortast and Quickest Route from Or tral KentucKj to all Points North, mi the sovorul islands It is calculated a swellsl to the tune of l.:r,(Hi),noo-- nn in ter meinr of tobacco. His private score Wost and Bonthweit. (ilgeou will in.iKe the trip betueeu Nassau crease of such fearf ,il proportions ns to just tary was an inveterate smoker and was. at -E- XCURSION TICKFTS-ISEASON of aud ICoy West, ubo'it sixty inilos, in wj ly create alarm for the FM fill, tlM-f- l of Frauee. ti"ii , ctimM lied to uvort to queer means hour and a half. A JiNRuf btreet cars provided with com- 1 'iU'Ih a pull ut his piH No. Ilally ix kkkui 11.nk j, t t Tn l KmprcK of China has nresentcd six The undcrsla'mil aintod the artlclfi of Incarpor-allofortable accommodations for sleeping, lavaim.I f f ,n liKXixc.To.v TOPICAL TIPS. adopt-ti- l of the HUtiford Heller Mill Company, tories nnd othor conveniences is to run be- hundred siniuas of ixK'try of her own Tbrrnuh liik'i- - nl cj,skoJ tu n tween M'veral South American to the llnniln College, Kcb. 17, I8S7, aud on that diy Hied for record tho ii II1 '.ci 00.1 m damnation Tint carat is ono tweuty-fourtj as region of ISueuos Ayres. This towns inrail- Chu'un lias written a collectionwhile Prince lu ibeCleiVaotSee of Lincoln county, By , ai fol- I.to Imlivl'l,' of verso In . . II mi p in II St a in street For lull Jrll. umri, tail nn any ant of tlit Arr li'iliisirtu cjghteou carats lino is eighteu parts gold way, it is said, will bo i r purine. " a iu company, or U ' un tho largest in tho which ho has doscubed tho novel objects low 1. ami six parts alloy. H F. II. MOILH " Cliarl'itUTlilt'iV M Juurl) A JO p m It t a f). A.FKkl.KY that he saw in his tour through China lust world, and will couipris" cattle-curs- , poultryritoefc ol nil Cimpany ahall be I. Tlio Capital H M p " lllcbinond S p TraT, laM, A.miiI, llali. I'aw, Agvui, Tin: tallest chiumev in the world is at -ears, , refriw etc , all of which year. It is said those two Oriental authors forty thousand dollars. " Newport N 10 it p in C It p m (ViTliiglun. K .. . Lt'XlnKUu, ki Tart Dundas, Scotland It rlsea four hunare somewhat jeulous of each other's poeti-iu- ! I JH. K. Hr.N"llN(iTMN' to besuppli 7 60 p ta 11 l Ciiurjri are bv a rhiladelphia firm " . . in llwelrr. II. The corporation shall at r.n tlmi Incur n " Old I'lilnt dred and fifty-fofeet ttbovo tin founda-tioti- . (Idiitml (iBlrva. Coiiijion,Ky Norfolk v p UJ rbihty dfbt exteeillnis twentr lx thousand six Iiundrist " Waibliutoii a statement of the Acc" t in p mi s ?:i p in . m lm Fun j ears ago the Ital.uu Crowd Bunco and fifty dollars. 11 as put 11 :5 " Kaltiiiiwrc pin coins of the Uuitetl Status contain IHipultttum at Gieat Britain is increasing in Victor 1'minum.el, then under thirteen oi.ii S i0 a a ,. a.lacki;v, 00 n " l'hllal-lph- li V.(3. WF.LC'U, the 1. ite of a thousand 11 day, "'AM parto gold, Ull of copiier nud 10 of silver JO a 11. nt ii ' New Vork t hi ears' timo un excession equal in j ear of uge. saw 11 louuttful eond nocklure fe. ll.blfANEb, a WITIIKRS, or in II. Silver coiurt contain Uiki parts silver uinl li numbers to the population of London. In i:i u jeweler u window in Venue. Finding TiflH. FOSTKIl. i , apply at For Tlr'ifli, I'.ilff Inf.iriiMltun, conncr lonms'tion with this enormous growth two that ho did not Imvo enough money to buj rnr.KslUSI'.KID 0,Pt'r' Nickel coins are s Ticket olb e nr jil.lrrn ami lu' nlckol. he made 11 bargain wilh tho jeweler to it, . points deserve to ls notl. The i,i,i:it, u.ti. tv n'11 11. i. (lei.'i l'u'r A' f. V Tin: St. 1'niucls basin, tributary t.i Hel-niid Vice I'lmldent. of the s.ms. in itself a serious evil, jtuv for it In inamllmcnts. It was two years at.-- . tweause, beiuu' .v is slowly but steadily increasing. Thodis-tributio- before he sueoeoilod 111 paying for theneik Ark, is so HtthuuiiJ Iiiiit llf, ICr. P.. largo swuiiip witli rousiderublo growth of ti. Hi KiVti.jK. of the population is undergoing a lace, winch ho then presented to his mother. rtilce luirdntkid imui.l iruni. cottmtwisvi sensible cluing The towns - except where Queen Marguerite Tho Quoeu says that and ash -- it aiitiuiilly bee unes .m inland sea, some tluti neckh.ee above all her other i.e. i.' is nt work nro every- she iThiD Ola Won .itiown aud is a natural tloatroa I from Helena to the wheresKul CHICAtO Rt ,L- growing The rural insulation is jewels, for it will always remind her of hoi lOUISVIIU HtwAHAHT i Hocol Still rJamtuiiUB n. sunken lands in Missouri Nothing seems eithur stamiiiu' still or actually diminishing. son's tender love for her THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Ubo required but to cut tho trees, (loot I.v the English Queen's kitchen thero Is RoputaTiori, CoMitvnt to apievailiug impression, the them, either whole or in logs, into cnbt, r And the I.uuUtIIIi' to give orders to grocers, pro In statin e. never a native rataiMtnau is small secure them ind direct tluun into the own exceeding aHIi live feet tou inches in lielght vision nnd other dealers; four clerks to aid LKAVINO IIOTII- oliuuuels. Tho cost of transportation u him In his work, u chief cook, four inastor-cookCourier- 1 Imvo a muscular The female development It Proprietor it Doiorraiaotl tha' thus much less than by rail two yeomen of tho kitchen, two equal to the males, mid it sometimes dial-cuti: CJI.VCIV.V.ITI ! Iwo HJi'a lor PHI One year for only it Shall be Second to no Country Tin: origin of the term 'ijneh law" is cooks, two roasting cooks, four LOVISVIIiliE to distinguish between tho sexes, owmurv than the price ol one. Hotel in tbe State in its Fare. .ously given Webster say t that tho imuie ing to tho uiiHculiuo iipix'iiruueo of the scourers, throo kitchen maids, a storeDaily, secures to travelers Appointnunti, or Attenu derived from James Lynch, a farmer of gentler sex, the women in most cuse.s sport- keeper, two "green ortlco" men, two steam By paying ui S3 you will recite lor ou yiut riedmout, Va . who was elected by his ing an incipient mustache and beard, which apparatus men, first and second yeomen of tion to Comfort of l, your home puper with tho the uuighbiirs in li'oi to summarily try offenses on tho mule never grows very luxuriant confectionery, un apprentice, three female their Quoit repreaeniatlTt) nowspuper of the rijutli, democraton tho frontier, bevause there weiv no law ly. Hoth sexe dros alike. Hlenk and cold assistants, un errand man, a pastry cook, THE MOST RAPID SERVICE ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the. best, brightest and ableat lainily wtttkly In tbe United Ilau(fe will courts within seven miles of them Othor as the climate is at tho best of time, the two fcmnlo assistants, a baker and assistcoutefeo n. Mruutn Htates. Those who desire to examine a sample free of eharire, SperUI arrnramndatl oa authors muiutaiu that the phrase ts derived usual dress consists of the skin of some ant nnd throo coffee-roowomen There copy of tha Courier-Journcan do an at this orhrn to CommerrlkllraTelf-fl.e llarnlll a Is an extensive wino cellar, sueri!itcndcd Eirr atteiopted between the great commercial from a Governor Luieh. who was a stern wild animal wrapped around the alwa;a rapplled with tee ckolmil on tbe Obis Hirer and tltimun, and hence by n man of largo salary, nnd un nrmy of ruler in Galwuy, Ireland He liaugod his body. braeita of l.laKii" ri' wtrr1 a'f ,. the taateat time and most comfortable tratna bel ai thr rtrnt ly officers engaged in various departments only son out of tho uuidiw of Ins own tween all points In the South, or to the Went Gimimvn cerki 1.1 London have a curious nowntauf I fuaonhf t suggestive of eating and drinking. ami l.ltfl. in irJt The very window from which modo of aud Aortlnrt'st. The counterpart of this train id s iiat.i. exister. v Many of them club chive toll ffiil tr. JVOlfQlM4 Bl U Is denominated Tho The royal plate, probably tho finest in the on all trunk llnea The superb rolltna stock fJtntt-fi- yt st It, in Jin tittr ait it tho young" man was hung is stiC pointed out airlfliuff. mEw it seems, In bands of three, and wo RjcttreHH. bai gi,n aitliff iti a to truvoler .1 room i r about ten shillings slTta patrons Vitltmlteil Comfort. a week world, was used ut tho State bunqucts ut rent CS wri.ti kiht Alelt A LI.L, Windsor during tho jubilee Ills usually At all Coupon Ticket Office In the Hontli W.vTttit Is colder at tho Iwttom than at the Twoine.il are generally taken in thischam Clesicil Ci II and llultxi. N. Y. surface. In the many b v on the coast ol ber breakfast m tho morning nnd tea at kept in two strong rooms at Windsor, and you willgetml our time table)stick tickets, tnj Sta-If k Cloolnnatl.tftSBtal to Jfonuii, Motion and tion, t at tlie Norway the wmter often night The repast consists of German sau is valued ut f lO.rtxMniO. The gold sorvleo you want tn sara money and tiara a pleasant JourCoU t7 riu jfit AW I.I, UK I'AID KOll K.O.MrCOKMICK, before It ihK's above Waves mv very sage, black bread, a little cheese nud cheaii purchased by George IV. dines one hundred ney. fm 41.00. General Passenger Agent. Caicago. ADmmi7rrQ) COFFEE WRAPPERS, look at them in a storm one salads, The German clerk's dinner consists nnit thirty persons, nnd tho silver (leceptivo. To , City Ticket aud which ho bought about Vlio same E. A. IticuNKK, 2:;Axenta Arc., Oibcera: would think the water t raveled The water of a plato of hot stewed meat and thick Louisville, 4th Ky. HOUSE, time, holds two men, who could sit in it I. II. ToaeKNTK, V?J V.ne at., Cincinnati, O WALTON'S OPERA stays in tho sumo place, but the motion goes soup, which ho gets in tho city for ; 1 Premium, $1,000.00 on. Sometimes in storms thoso waves are potatoes cost him ono penny, and comfortably. It Is enclosed in plate glass, iNKOKD. KY.. 2 Premiums, S500.00 each forty feet high nnd travel fifty miles nu bread another penny. With a dinner, there- and the splendid chasing took two years IjKB P. nUFJfJJL.Vft. 6 Premiums, 8250.00 ii liour, more than twice as fast a tho swiftfore, costing about sevenpeuce, includinp Them uie somo quaint old pieces iu the Proprioto'3. WALTON BROS 11 25 Premiums, 8100.00 11 est steamer. The distance from valley to beer, of which, hippy man, ho gets half u ivn.il collection width belonged to Queen HTANFOliU, KY 100 Premiums, Is generally fifteen times the height; pint for his penny, our Teutonic friend's ex E'.iiubeth, having been 'taken from the vulloy 850.00 11 200 Premiums, banco a wave five foot high will cMond over IK'iises for u week ate almost Infinitesimal Spanish Armadii, and others were brought OC.ua oj.iiu side 820,00 , Li . tu,, th Thus, the I'M. fti) or i'70 a year upon which from India, China and Burundi, and thuro 1,000 Premiums, seventy-fivfeet of water The force of 610,00 11 the Alyais tiotel. blie of Stage, 201W. Eight complete sets of Been, is one cup which belonged to Charles X!L fare Mimui Oitue um sjuiniiu k w..i sea dashing ou set ivok Is said to be sov- the Hnaiish o!r!t ?rUs to live leaves t ho Gor ery. Beating capacity, Including galliry, SOo- l'or full particulars and dlnvtlona see Wrcu-u- r of Sv.vdcn. itquiua. I, l !,.. HOW W.Tfl J 9i I Ueasonable ratee to cood attnctleas. In -- verv noum of AiiiwckleV t'orrst a 1 tlio iimouiit of cnpltal Invested In ull tho d ono-thiry put-poi- SCIENCE. It has been observed that suow STRAY MECHANICAL MATTERS. Drnnkenneti or tho Liquor Habit Positively Cured by administering Dr. Hslnes' VALL PAPER, ..... WALL PAPER, AT coal-Hold- s WALL PAPER, m M'KQBERTS& STAGG'S i Wall Paper, w I Spec-j'atlo- vn-rio- ilro-bric- k Yjk.J pi jrurniLur e. ifwit ri m&k At$H nt - .'. J n Hi.-.i- i Cases, Caskets, Robes, lEAREIVr, Stanford. -- de-sir- rumi Pure Absolutely PRsr' A m Full.'ancl Complete Stock of tho above and price? as low as tlio lowest. B. 3XTE5'W- one-fourt- JFURN1TURE STORE JtAVJi. IIVPJPIAIX, Proprietor o tf. stern-hchwank- d ;t n Livery, Training, y SALE STABLE liill p Jons dire lotioi. h RMIEID'S FEMALE two-trac- k nl lt w u d e In' & MT-(i- p regulATuiI a specific ron WILLIS HOUSE, J. WILLIS, Proprietor, 2Ul-ljr Woman's Diseases I exin-nditiire- s Painful 1 THE SOMERSET FAIR p ll lllllVTillh.ilT-alas- M - . llEui-LiTo- n tiot-tln- two-third- .1 ouo-hul- cim-illtio- g "lllncfirifh Articles Incorporation. Et. n ': a nn,v nf.r ..i n h jrt, rtilt Wlitlt-rulpl- 111 1 111 111 i itor-enrs- 1 1 I'-- t- ... 111 1 K s MYKRS HOTSL. ?FAiVV".li. ana i, hi n n s A invnml sl'oiiiliiiiiilioit fropr book-Keoiie- A NEW FAST -- MAIL Wh s, Weekly loiirnul lt f a-i Courier-Journa- 1 al clt-Ir- r r ttr Vtmi Iwt-tou- $25,000.00 IN GOLD! wine-coole- four-ponce- HUUOEON DCNTlun e " .!