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XVI. funny Mr frethteigh. rather prei,ioMeinii young lady entered this c (Bee of a well known lawyer the other ilaj nii ii('ilrei' "li.Mr Brltf it"' "Won't ho in for two hour'," repliei! the dapper young clerk, whom he addre'eed, urvejioR her from head to foot with an n) Anythlni; I cn do for proving glance you '' r.nil the joiimk If "c,M wa dy produced from linealh her wrap a himUouielv hound volume ! I have here A illtlfc-(rate- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER lha Irote in Kentucky, Ul. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. The proverb that "a drowning man Flux and typhoid fever are almost clutches at n atrw" wa never belter epidemic in the county, than in (lit; altitude, nf the republiThe Teichers Axocia'ion met Stnr-dacan pre in dlecuing llix Kentucky elecwith a good attendance, Toh democratic mj irity haa fallen tion -- Mr J.H Hjwderanl.Misi L'id.t eome 1 1,000 lulow that cant for Pretldent were married Thursday evening. C.cvtlanJ, and theae papers are at once Simon Grillin bad a mare killed by cudgeling their brain lo figure out how falling over a clill oa Kiund 8ton creek long it will nquirrt for the S.ate to uive a list week republican majority at (he name ratio of Dr. Jennings has cloed out hi busilo ness at Wildie and will open a drug s'ore In lsstj Incident Cleveland's msjarily at Mullins. In Kentucky waa 1(1000 Tola year the Will Proctor and Mis Moliie Colyer maj irity f ir CUncral Huckner, the Demo eloped to Tennesiee a few days since and cratlc candidate for governor, i below were mtrried. I'll lo i in the lutal vote. Thi i Wm Henderson took trio premium oti i known m an oil year in Kentucky his big sheep he took up to the London and Ibe voto wa nit brought nut fully. fair last week. Htil there tx vrr little dillerence in thp James Hiker is building a new blsrk proportion of loaxr-- i between the ptrtiee. Of smith shop at Pine Hill to replace one that n an ell ye.tr the light vote shown was burnt sometime since. atrongrr agalnt iIik msjjrity party Mr. J. S. Joplin bas returned frjm iiuck-tier- 's II it the ditlerenci) between (ien Lexington where be had been to attend the nifjjrily 'hi year and President widding of his son George. Cleveland's majority in 1 Ss is not as great Pat O'Hryan.who attempted suicide in as tiMt hot Mr. Blaine's majority in June and wss eeut to the asylum at LexPennsylvania in lbs I and General Heaver's ington, ha returned from that institution last )ear. Yet the democratic papers didn't cured, claim that diminution in unjsriiy as a The Hirris family, who moved lo St. democratic victory. Nevertheless it v.a Joe, Mo, some six months since have rejust a much i democratic victory as the turned to the hills and valleys of their elec i in in Ksnlucky wi A republican triyouth. umph this yetr fll trrib'iit.' 1'ilriot. A deputy L S. Marshal took a man u named Hardin, of Wildie, to London SaturMvONiiY AM) Sr HKIETY. The temper-ancmovement will bivn a powerful ally day charged with moonsbining, (i. e. sillIn the Ma'onlc fra'.Hrnitv, if its general ing pine top ) The agents and operators on this dipurpue and tendency are clearly indicated by the resolutions jul adopted by the vision were examined by wire Sundty Grand Lodges of Kansas and Missouri, evening regarding new rules thtt are to go calling for the prompt of nil into tfltct next month. Msrtin Dixon, a colored "gemuian ' llq'ior dealers from the crafi. Thi, togeth er with the action of the Uraod Lodge of iniling from Georgia, was arrested Sunday I)kjis, deriving all aaloon keepers admis- cl urged with stealing a pistol from the sion to any Lxlge wiiliiii ItD jurisdiction, house of Mrs. Cynthia Fry. The section foreman here complains pledges to the caue of temperance refirin in thoe .Stales the support of an orJer ol 'the school children and others removing whoe membership in bo'.h number imd torpedo signals from the rails where thej character make it n Iremetidous power for are placed for the purpose of signalling train law and order an I sobriety In every comKsvs T. S. Nelson, of this place, and Philadelphia Press munity L. Hamilton, of Danville, two colore I diOjf day a poUr and precise person wrote vines, are in London working up the inter' Charles Frincis Adams" on a hotel regis-t- r ests of their benevolent order, tho Univerr in the Western metropolis. "Of Adsal Hrothcrhood. ams Kxprest" injjired the indomitably Marshal Mullins, not satisfied with immode't hotel clerk, tltshing tbo rplendor yoting the democratic ticket himself, has of his property smile and the dnz'e of his arranged to boud a young lad of tender Cape May diamond on the stranger. "No, age until he Is of aue Hi arrived at Mr. air, ' uot frigidly said was the reply. "I Mullins Saturday. am CnailfK Francis Adam, late Hivo A young fellow went to the depat here Kktraordintry and minister Pienip.itentia tbe other day to ascertain when the cheap ry to Great Britain, eon of John (jiincy excursion would run to the Louisville ExAdam, ixth Preddent of the L'nited position. He asked the agent when the Siatrs, and grandson of John Adams, sec"poor man's train" would run. ond Piesidentof the United Slate." Some merriment was created on tho A Dallas Ndy was giving her datijhler streets Saturday byTolsa Wallacs starting instructions in etiquette, and how to ac- lo the shooting match at Evant' farm with a long fence rail ritls, a battered stove-pip- e quire a husband "If a gentleman enters the room, eti hat and riding a small, long eared donkey. It is noticeable that those who put on quetle demands lhat you arise from your locg faces and do the most howling about siat and idvance a few step' to meet him the sinfulnesi and wickedness of their felwith a bright sunny smile." Hit suppj-- e no gentleman comet into low ciliz ins are the ones that do the least toward contributing to the cause for makthe room?' change posi- ing them better. "Then of course vou don't boy, was Wiley Htrnett, a III year-olHarper's tion you remain iiwt h you are arretted Sunday evening on information Magsxine given by the negro Martin Dixon, on the The State of Kiusis tins adopted the polcharge o( having sold Mrs. Fry's pistol to icy of piyin a biniH of two cms a p)iin d Dixon, who is under arte' for stealing the on all the sorghum sugar produced in the weapon. The trial is st for to day, MonState The reuilt of this has hsen an unu day. siul degree of Intareit in sorghum cultivaW. E Smith, of E. Town, whs here The Fort Sootl wjrk, with the aid tion Thursday Mis Clara Whitehead writes of mndrrn vacuum pans, is getting irood re from Topeka, Kas , that she i very well sulis from this cane, realizing list week in pleaed with her new home. K. C. War its early work 101 pounds of sugar and ren was here Friday. Logan Westerfieid f syrup to the tnn The State sub is vsorking extri nights here and Seymour sidr, therefore, ammir.ted to $201 to the I'hornbury has gone to Woodbine for a (on of c Hie. short time. M C. Miller, Jr., worked at HO years great progress Sinks Stturday while Mr.Cus took a trip to During the ha been made in the construction of big Richmond. C J. Gsuldin and wife reguns. In lSu'0 the largest gun could only turned from Lsxington Thursday. -- In the town charter, which was pro throw a ball weighing OS pound, with an initial velocity ol 1,570 feet n sreind, and cured during the last legislature, one clause an energy of 1 100 foot tons, but now ini- is devoted to a new road law. Persons livare to tial volocities have been increased to 2,100 ing within a mile of the court-bousThey weigh a tnuc1! as 2 COO poundn and work the S.ate and county roads leading insomecaues require for their propulsion from town for tho distance of a mile. There nearly 1,000 pound cf powder. being no orgniri(ion now of the towu is under what law are "Well," said the Car Stove to the Kottcn trustees the question the roads to hi worked or are they to be Bridge yeslerday, "You have bad a pretty all? Lits of good weather for busy summer and have hustled a good worked at busluess is pissing. many people into the mysterious beyond, the d y T-ree U0,-(Mar ill nktwt 5ii 13, 1887. Florence Washing Machine. I have bought lbs right to sell tbe Florence Wiablng Midline and am now prepared to furnhh all who may wiiti to aire their clothes frui) the luliblQK and tearing incident to theoM procesjof wattling Take ono and try it and 13 convinced. I'll not worry you ibout buying unlet) you are tully aatlttled as to Its merits, 31. '. Heail'1-.artfrsf. 8. Myer' Mors. L-AK.I- NO. 263. 2 THE LAUREL COUNTY FAIR. n " Interrupted the- cluk ihtiiit'ht "I a rsd you with a deproslailne jeiiure Uut il'it no up a n')ii m you run in ue We never fool away mutiny on tub Didn't you rrl I n Iiiok in tUi nlUi. ' I eo - ht e Ui i.n niirdi. Him Xj I'elJIers bo-k- -' Atliw- - '.r,' 1't" i, '( i." li'ijaii visitor, '"thin laughed the tlipptnt youni! tutu, doubt it it the liiciif'i tiling 'Mil, dun't wnt it. Hiatorr of I tie I'ni lut of the led H i , ain't it, from the liui M urid Hjllder up tn the prevent da) Hit; ihlnir, I have no doubt, but wt'ro no fjr It." u "If you'll allow uie -- " '1! .lly," iid the y.iulri, wio wa great ly auilled, ''I'd like lo, but iY eairiit the (tilts or the cilice to yield to the hlaudinh merit of hook a,;ent, no matter how youni: a..d good looking they are Co ildn't think of looking at the hook my dear. 'Life of N leon,' ain't It? Thl' a chestnut. Oni . of o ir clerku Lought one lat month fjr $1 an J ?eterdiy he tra led it oif for a yaller li.' and then killed the dog " " I wUh to ' t) may b ItV a li'inioroti work, with lht lo n if thrvM been engrated with n men, ax N , r dou't huunrUt here on a waat It We aa'ary to muue II " 1 m-e- wjici '- I, e kp fou're awfully pertttnl, my dear, H old Ilrief i'i di uny stoolyjii might talk him around, In ci i" lie l 1 uMUit)li- - old duller and loik at prntty woman wh think him i in lore will) him. IS it I am not that kind '.s,r, If you will- -" "My, I lute to refue you, 'pon my mull I d , b it I'm broke, and that' the truth I me around in about nix month, after the I r.l.l una ha taken me into ptrinvrnhip wi I t !' Jh then and I'll reward you for I if, r Jii're a mighty 7 Hir uckatirene I re'lv woman lo he obliged to peddle hooka for aliriojr. J- -" J tint tlieu the atlenlion of the Ikjii icioiik to ill. km atlric'eJ by the fctntie ge'ticu-Ulluof a fellow clerk in another put of the room and he piued. ' You are Mr. Ffeuleigh, I pretuun?" aaid the lady ' I er ve, that is my utm," wa the reply. "I Itsve hetrd uir huibind apjak of you. I am Mr. Ilrief. Will you pleat hand thi look lo M. Iirief when he ciroe in aak him to take it tu the blndei'' Hood morning " Tne lady left the otlije; tue mercury in the therm mmler crept do n out of nigh I; tan trb e cat hal a ti ami young Freih leigh fi.l in a faint, Ti.e ueii day Itwyer Ilrief advertised for . a new clerk. bit' It were w hre Wnile the hlue-itrcounties are their vocabularies in praise of IhHr treat fairs with three or four races day, thoroughbred animals Innumer able, etc., I think it not at all out of the way to let them know now they do things in thatlm- - in ihe mining cmnly of Lstirel and show that she is up to snufl in that enterprise as well as most all others. An excellent lot of 50 acres has been bought; an amphitheatre 50 ysrds long and six seats high, hull'; a hind stand neirly as good ae the one of the Dtnville fiir, and fenced in with p. -- tout, fence, all of which w piid for out of the earnings of this and last year Besides baing a tiaincial succeia lis ehow of slock rsnks only a few decrees below that of Hiyle, Mei-e- r, et al. Tie mamigemeiit is ai good as the best and all in all the Lindon fair is hard to beat Dinner was on the ground in abundance and the 2,000 or more in attendance ate till they could eat no more. The writer had the good fortune to dine at tbe table of MesdamisM T. Craft and E. II. Hackney and a better meal the king could not with. Thee ladies are caterers in the whole sense of the word and their taste for handsomely dreed fthlce csnnot be equalled. Mr. M. T Craft also presided over this table and his plea-an- t manners added to the erjay ment of the dinner. The music was furnished by the London Bind, which has been in existence only for a little more than a year, but from tbe way it acquitted itself one would think that the members were "old prtfessionalr." Gov, McCreary was on hand, giving a shake and a smile to his legion of friends and constituents, "Smiling Dive" Jackson was on the police force and duricg his spare moments gave me much assistance in talking up thelSTE moil and endorsing what I could tell the people about its good qualities. This psper anxiously awaits a chance to recipro-ct- e. A very enjoyable hop was given at the Rtley Haino on Friday night to the visiting ladies. The London people know how to make you have a good time. One noticeable feature of the fair waB tbe large number of pretty girls present. This is an additional line that Loudon is hard to E, C. W. down in. ten-fo- ICE I I I will delW.r to regular castomsrs In Stanford and vicinity everv morning t Two CcnlH Per Pound. AcconnUdue at the close of each month or when customer quits. Et.lilK, it j:. it, ui n on: E. H. FOX, DAWILLE, KY. Itolliepm Has removed to 111 i i JiiiiMarjEitY. I am dally opening an elegant line of Spring and Summer Millinery, Including all hlio'ogaat now building oppo- sand It bitter than ever prepir-e- d n'VSi'otl.0,n..'uch,,M Handkerchiefs. Collars to arcouiraodate thn public with ft bo pictures ' mcMaS. Corsets, Bustles, Yo-.Sitljlactlou guar. will nnd me at tho rooms lately vacated etc. 8ml- i from I'nolographi to llfeslzi. by toed. leTJW"rreu' next door to the Myers House. i The Latest Novelties of the Season. TIIK NO. 1 KKSTAUKANI' ' ",Mm ' K,t Ti? Ji VUIt Kit A II. JAS. O. OIVK AYRKS- - VS., NEW ENGLISH KITGHEN, GEO.W. HINESLEYT, Prop., 408 JEFFERSON ST., LOUISVILLE., Wo will be better prepared than over to accommodate visitors to the exposition this year. Ilatei very reasonablo and everything new and clean. Opn day and night Klegantly furnished rooms. 23C- - It Location in tho heart ol the city. , AYRES& GIVENS, 311 notary Public. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fifth Street, IiOUISVIJULE, ( . . ,CY (196.1 y.) Itooins 3 and . Cromle Block. PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,: COtl. Grocers 2.D A JEFKKKSON NTS , IS & LEXINGTON, KY. 1.1 Wont lYXnlii Htroct. 203-S- LOUISVILLE, - - - KY., VAX F. I.YOXS, Prop. Stroot C.ira pass tho Hotol for all Dopots, Tbe Exposition, Race Courso, and all placet of intoroBt. Spocial ratos to Merchants and Commoroial Mon. NEWCOJIB MOTEJ. MT. VJEH1NON, KY. This old and Hotel it itill main- raining Its tine reputation. Charges reasonable, Special attention to the traveling public. vr i Ut. Vernon, Ky, well-kno- vi.n'i....... ... ' i J.NO. SI. PKHKI3. Bbodhkad, Kv,, May, 1S87. Albright Martin beg lo Inform many friends and cuttomera oli he change In their name Arm A II S. MARTIN. MARTIN A PEIIKIIVS. Tne new firm honri, not only to sustain the reputation of tbe old, Lut Intends to make many Im-provements In the manufacture ol tobacco whichi j will be to tbe Interest ol our customers. We will our Natural Leaf brands To tho Citizoa of Lincoln County: devote special attention to Thanking you for paat of Kentucky's best leaf favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade. Having recently equipped a fine Roller Mill In the town ol Stanford tfat we defy any Mill to tt'-CJIAItTIX di 1'KIlKrxm. equal In quality of Hour, we think the cltlzeni ol the county should have county pride enough to Vo with io inpatronize and sustain tbe samo form whom It may concern that we are in the market to buy your wheat and corn and will DR.I.S.UU11DETT, give tbe hlgbest market price for eame. We i ave added some new machinery to our corn meal department and on now mako meal to suit any person It cannot be equaled by any other Mill In thla vicinity Wo soil it atrial in our rhur and BRODHEAD, KY. meal department. All having grain In our line lor tale will please call at Mill, where our agent Has had noexpcrlence ol can be found at all times, who wilt giro the best has tlrren.rnll im.i.,1 k over fifteen lycars. and ..-- .' "t,M to uuuureis 01 cases prices lor same Bracd aid ahlp atuff always tn "Slven tbo treatment of all stock. IT. .v. eyes. Name and address of patloats Huv't. 231 tf Stanford Kolltr Mill Co. cured given on application If doalred. NOTICE. I A man A Daniel Come To Jddoment had met a girl in a lonely place in Lincoln Park lat Sunday and forcibly kised her OCULIST. i She was terribly indignant and had him arrested. She gave an account on the witness stand of how he gf zed at her intently, and, thou, suddenly tnrowiog his arms around her, imprinted a kiss upon her lips. The prisoner insisted upin a jury trill, but elected to mike no defense and Ihe jury was expected to promptly convict him for l'orrs. 220-C- Notice of Incorporation They returned to the court-rooNotice is hereby given that the undersigned like to ask the havo formed a corporation and have recorded the young lady two queUion," the foreman articles thereof la tbe clerk's office of tbe Lincoln County Court, pursuant to Chapter 30, Gen. Statsaid. utes of Kentucky. The judge consented and ehe went to the I. Th name of tha Corporatiou Is ths "Cumassault. "Tbeju ju-r- y ww-woul- d L.&N. Louisville & Nashville R, R. THE UHBAI Still g.g-cnto- 1. "D-- d you'ye did you wear the now, and that French bmtlt?" Yes, sir." mo-tion- al d "Tnen, your honor, we acquit the on the ground of emo Pre'Zil. Aovertisino bv Ankles. has a One of the - nd-Iiii- i.!erk of the (iiley IIiuh.ii hMiI recent-If- , in peaking of the memory of hole) t erk "Many people are extremely rriii tire if yen forget their uatiie. and there i erarcly anyone who i not nleaed if you vtep p t him, after a abence, and remember all about him at once. Iljt, with all our ctre, we often forget the name of un important gueat and ometimc a gretl of fneita U neceaary to aroid lite frequentdn lure table complicrttioa, ly we vull pretend not to eee a man at all, an J ae ji to ba but; doing aumelhing about lheilek, w.ien rn a mtlter of fact wears wiillik li tee him ign hi' name. Altho' the .Ignn'ure unr ba upside down to up, we (Mil frequently get a hint from, it anJ na no in h we catch ou to the uamc wo bounce out a...! ti I e him like a long lot brother. No, tr, i hotel clerk i not a mere memo-- r zing machine He wml be nouielhing of a diplomat a well." V -- yer' ho-- ui dil pt e largest of the variety stores on Grand street Iife-iz- 3 wax 6 jure representing a sin gularly handsome and shapely lady with her skirts modestly raised as if tripping over a muddy cros walk, but exhibiting a stockings, contrasting p tir of neatly-tiltin- g This new style of advertiseincilor ment is apparently very attractive, for the figure is always the centre of an admiring throng. Nit to be outdone by this lovely feature, a rival houe has secured a lovely, sweet faced young creature of 17 to dou the and promelatent fashionable outfitting nade the tl ior, stopping occasionally to pose and apparently inadvertently exhibit the J. sample stockings covering her shapely an kles. It w II be a cue of llesh versus wax, New and this issue is not problematical York Times. berland Valley Land Company." II. The general nature of tnt business is to b.ur and sell lands in Harlan and Bell counties, Ky., to mine coal and to manufacture lumber. TO THK III. Its principal place of business Is Stanford, Kentucky. IV. The capital atock la fixed at Sl'O.OuO, with on 50,000. Each share la J 100, privilege to Willi to be paid In money. V. Tbo Corporation shall begin business on tho 25th day ol July, 1637, and continue 25 years. VI. Tbe alltlri of tbe Corporation are to be conducted by a Iljard of seven Directors, from which lo NiiHlivillr, a President, Secretary and Treasurer aro to be ftluiiiplils, elected. Tbo Incorporators aball compose tbe Allitnm, first board, and tbe election thereafter to be held on tbe third WeJnevlay ol July annually. VII The Corporation shall lucur no debt great-tha- n Xew OiieaiiH. ."loliile of Its paid up stock. VIII. The private property of stockholders Only one change to points In shall be exempt Irjui corporate debts and liabilities. IX. The Corporation shall ponou all tbe powers prescribed lp Chapter 50, Uoaoral Statutes of Kentucky. W. (1. WELCH, KOBr. BOVD, Seeking homes on the line of this road will receive VINCENT BOr.CI.SU, JOHN BENNErT, special rates, "ace Agents of thi Company for rates, routes WALTON, UEOKUEMcALltjTEK, W. P. TliltOUGII THUXK LINE -- SOUTH & WEST Pullman Palace Sleepers. LoulHllie Montgomery, Liltle Hock, unit Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS C. S. HOCKEK. '21-S- tJ Ac, or write P. ATMOUE, O. P. AT. Ay Louisville, Ky Who would have thought that Grand father Munnell would hare given uch ad-vai tht: A Xew Yorker has a bad case of sinter in law, and wants to know how to get rid of her. She id (en yeard older than bin wife and "old oiaidish and queer " Her tongue Ua tlime and the wife i afraid to so Hind her out to earn her own living, the will talk about her" Poor fellow! If the wa only young and tender he could soon hare her nent out, The beit rem dr we can think of, a deeperate one, aa rtbe H and queer, to be aure, love to hei! Get but it i a aure one-miyour arm around "her a few times and man age to get caught at it. Then ahe'il to and mm her own living, tongue or no tongue of flame. ica "be-ciuke but your work is lame after all. You don't kiivelic.il a (arte of (he hereafter. Just wait a few weeks and fee me broil 'em." And they j lined arms and walked down to the tnsnagei's office to tell him how much they were saving him every year. A lady of Grant county, who is a member of the Christian church, remarked sometime since that before she would send her child to a your) lady that was teach ing in the district in which 'he lived, who was a Methodist, ehe would put her eyes out, It was not long before the child fell on the point of a pair of scissors and put Courier. one of her eyes out. An Ohio republican paper boaaia that the nomination of Foraker three Biicceeaive time for tlm governorship is something unparalleled in political hulory. It appears to be iguorant cf the fact that William 1'ickney was nominated and elected goverGraynor for eleven terai'ln 'ticcetsion. son U ztie "No, Maria," said a Jersey granger lo his wiie as they were about retiring at a sum-ms- r resort botrl, "I think I know too much I brought something to blowout the gas along that will fix it." So he drew outs monkey-wrencfrom his gripsack und twisted oil the burner. Hut the next morn-lo- g the coroner's jury rendered the usual verdict. -- Hotel Mail. h The Parkinson Sugar Works at Fort Scott, Kansas, are now making 10,500 pounds of sugar a day from sorghum. Boring for gas at Flemingsburg, has been stopped at 1,332 feet, after having struck sand rock and salt water. The ex pen'e of boring was $1 9G5 and other ex Rev. Sim Small in a sermon at Platts-bur- g, penes foot up to $2 250. The stockholders Mo , is reported lo have said; "I was are satisfied that there is no gas available a democrat, raissd a democrat, and I at that point. born studied its principles fully, I worked for Owen P. L)wis,of this county, has a it, I have spent money for It, I have drank remarkable natural curiosity. It is a chickwhisky for it, 1 have stolen ballots, for it, I en which is one half guinea and one half have stuffed billot bjxes for it, I did all it chicken. This strange freak ol nature Ib told me and it took me within half a mile Urger than the common hen. nf a dara of hell." Commenting upon this strong gray cilor, variegated with small white Mtsitngtr makes language, the spots, and with colored fleshy horns on each "fur lly" by saying: "If the Ray. sidecf the head. (New Era. the Small did all these things It was not owing Dooly county, Ga , has the tallest man as (o the fact that he wa a democrat, but behe was an unmitigated scoundrel and well as thb amallet woman in the State. cause it is well he saved himself from the pent Samuel Carson is seven feet two inches tentiary, to say nothing of hell, by reform- high, while Miss Anna Hall, a perfect, sprightly and intelligent young lady of 15 ing and going lo preaching for a living." summers, is only 30 inches huh. It has been asked why a city is called a "Money saved is money made," and "she." The answer seems an easy one. Is alwaye more or less bustle about a chickens saved from the ravages of cholera There a and a by Ganter's Chicken Cholera Cure are city. Htsldes, a city has "he" could not under any circumstances equivalent to chicVena raised. This remeSterling dy is eold and guaranteed by McRoberts & have skirts nf any klnd.-- Mt. 2- Slsgg Democrat, Ow-nsbaoui-skirt- G AITTEE' CHICKEN Cholera Cure! S mnuiis -- i The Knabo, the famous Deck. erASon, the popular and rellablo Everett. The celebrated Clougb A Warren, and tho John Church A Co 'a d v . I . Any one desiring an elegant and durable iiiu- vlcal Instrument will do well to examino our prices before nu chining. Weara agents for the n Joan Church A Co, and will war- rant our Pianos lot seven yeart, and our Organ t for live years Tbo Kvorett Piano and the Clougb A Warren Orgin aro tbe best and mott reliable Instrumenta manufactured. Our Instrument can be aeen at Ibe poitoffice In fcStmford, where Miss l'.osfl Klcbards will state prices, etc. Persons who hato purchased tbesa Instruments will testify to their durability and elegant finish . We will be glad to servo tbe public, and guaran tee satisfaction. Elder W. L. Williams, of Huitoovllle. alto represents tbe John Church A Co., and will be nleai-ft- l lo serve bis friends. H. It. b L. J. COOK, RHFKHKNCKS: Agents. Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy ihaifvsfizefy cures it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A socents bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens. of anteed. If, after using a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and ) our money will be refunded. two-third- JohnD. Carpenter, Hustonvllle; J. M. Elmore, Staniord, James Beatley.tltanlord; J. M. Pnlllps, Stanford; A. It. Penny, HUnford; Mr. Fannie Farra, Lancaster; (leu W.J. Landram, Lancaster; Charles BandtJgo. Junction City; W, M. Payne, Preacbersvllle: Mrs. E. M. Carpnter, Stanford; Mrs. Maggla liolmee, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal183 lyr lace. Lancaster. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY f urn III riein Popart-loeutlmi in tho hfirl uf llu(lriiM miiuii lli'ltni'dtilid liiopltiibleriiiiiiiiiiii ti. MoIiTiitti fliiO Id tnn. Atli'ndiiii .Si vT.srsmo u.t. elnn .'..i, from l,--t uertu n-rIl.lv.;. Fiirfiilllnririiiitl"iiuiid CiitiiloKiie, L. H, OLANT0N, D D., Chancellor. ;ri.irl tlvillliniria.-)'iiMil nf Miiil ll s RICHMOND. KY. t. SimMBUcklii $nlmor$ournai Stanford, Ky September 13, 1887 The editor of the Lo jlsville Cammaelal, Mr. Dan K. O'Sullivan, is receiving the congratulations of his jjurnalistic friends on bovine become a pnpi. It is said that the little fellow is the exsct luisge of the old man, even down to the laid head, The Danville considerable bidding, w.iich caused the The muddle in the locil option matter Iribunc is maintaining high rent. Harrodshurg Democrat. will at least result in the people's getting the reputation that old mm Murphy gave Lapp, Goldsmith & Co., wholesale all the law on tbe subject. It is to be -tThe death of Albert Gallatin Talbott, it, in one respect at leant hat of a pic whisky dealers, Louisville, havo failed for hoped that no hard feelings may be engen his young ture piper. The list issue contained just $250,000. which occurred at the home of They lay their losees to depres- dered. There are two sides to everv ques 10 pictures of men, women nod thing. wife's relatives in Pniladelphia, Friday, ie sion in the whirky trade, but it is no secret lion, and every man has a rif lit to his opin-iocolls the hislory of a man who was for a NOTES OF CURRENT EIEN1S that they have been at theihead of a Louis-yill- e Let the fuht be a fair one and let the long tlms a prominent figure in the poll syndicate that is said to have sunk side which is beiten take the result quietly. A negro woman has been discovered in tide of this district. Beginning in 1S49, $250,000 in the Idaho Mining Company's There is no sense in getting mad at one. an Louisville that claims to be 112 years old. when he was chosen to represent Boyle in having received any returns, other. Let us have peace. From March A, 1SS5, to August 1, 'S7, mines without the constitutional convention, he wag elecaud with very poor prospects of realizing The subscription for the arleiian well there were 150 new national binks organited to the legislature in 1851, to Congress anything on their investment lo be bored in the centre of the Miuare, zed. in 1S55 and in 1S57, to the State Senate in amounts to about $700 It will take $1,500, Senator Blackburn's daughter, Mita LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. 1S69 and to the Lower House again in to do the work. Let everybody subscribe Theresa, is shortly to wed a Cincinnati mer1SS3. Toe latter was hit last public eer. KAIR NOTES AND OTHEll THIK09 Tne well Is wsnted. If Lincaster was to chant, Mr. Price. vice, but since then he hai made a ctnyae Joe Young makes a first-rat- e ring mas- take fire to day, the citizens, could only sit Mrs. Ada Bittenbenler is miking an for the democratic nomination for Congress ter. still and like Nero of old fiddle while she active canvri'a for judge of the Supreme and sought the appointment of minister to Representative and Mrs. Sam Ward were burned. The county should he'p us. We of Nebraska. Court Austria. He made some of the most re in attendance at the fair. have a S6V000 court house and n JoO.OOO Toe Medical Cmgress which has been canvasses ever known in this secm irkable Judge Boyd, who is now in Ihe middle jail. Tne county can better afford to help in session at Washington, has adjourned to tion an J in a number of respects was quite of the Knox circuit ourt, took in the us get water than to have its properly meet in Berlin in 1S00. a remarkable man. For a man of his age, fair. burned. Don't let tbe p reject lag gentleTwo men were fined J20 and costs by unusually well preserved 30 years, ha was One might have thought the fair belongmen. Keep the bill moving Judge Thompson for profane swearing on and vigorous both in mind and body. He ed to "Fred" Links, so much interest did Judge Morrow decided he had no juris the streets of Louisville. was three times married, his first wife behe manifest. diction in the local option matter. Judge Thomas FJournoy, tobacconist, doing ing a Miss Cildwell, his second a daughter The third annusl exhibition of the Lau- Walker, who had aranted license to J. W. business in Louisville, Richmond and Danvsley and his last a Miss Watson, of Gov 0 rel County Fair Association was an unqual Miller upon the decision of Judge Morrow, ville, Va., has failed for $50,000. Above oil of his achieveof Philadelphia, ified mccese. that the act calling the election was illegal, Up to date application to the Treasury coic.m;k- ments and (Sorts, his proposition for the J. D. Smith suffered the loss of a toenail has revoked the same eince the last ruling been made for prepayment Department has general government to pay for the slaves at the hoof of Sam Ward's horse just before of Judge Morrow. The town trustees, who of interest on $91,nS0,15O of bonis. and free tbem, made years before the war, the fair was over. had granted licecss upon Judge Walker's It is reported that a rich find of was the most fir seeing and commendable. Your enterprising business manager, who action, at their meeting on Saturday night, quartz, yielding 2,000 a ton, has Hul it been accepted war would have been been was on the grounds the second and last r.voked the town license. What is lo be struck by a Georgia mining company. averted, brother would not have met broth day, will give you a complete report of the the solution of this dilemma is more than Burt Tolliver, son of Crate, shot and er in deadly conflict and the cost would fair. your scribe can tell. The situation is inter fatally wounded John Walter, another have been much lets than half that injur General Black sits a horse handsomely estins to say the leat. bor, at Moreheid Siturday, it is claimed red by the resort to arms in '61. and is a magnificent rider. Many a young I have received the following letter: accidentally. lady felt her littlo heart beat faster when "To the Correspondent of the Interior iS'cvs flies into a spasm The Bubourville S.x hundred people are thrown out of journal: rieae suggest to the city because th-- paper had the temerity to re- employment by the burning of Joieph the general rode round tho grand stand. CttI-CTTIXThe ladies complain that the judges who in your next letter that they stop mark that murder trials in the mountains Jackson's silk f.actory at Pitterson, New were (gentle; men gobbled up all the com all driving upon our street in day time were nothing more than farces, and wants Jersey; loss $150,000, petitive jelly entered at the fair without so and until 0 o'clock at night. The reason I to know how many men have been hun in At the liinquet given the doctors in Lincoln. Thai's not hero nor there though cnovention at Washington 1,400 bottles of much as offering them a little bit. Shame- want thin done is that ihe vehicles raise such it h of a dust around town that It two have been hung in the county. Mur- champaigne, besides other wines and li- ful men! Mrs, Fred Links and her handsome blue c iokei a man. Waat little hauling is y in Ken- quors, were consumed. der trials are farces everywhere riding habit created quite an ovation every in Lancaster can just as well be done tucky anil because we happened to say "in Speaker Carlisle saya be will rest bis the mountain!" it is useless for our esteem- case on me recoru maue up ny his oppo- time tbey appeared in the ring. Blue rib- at night as in tbe day. Also have a law ed contemporary to get up on its hind legs nent, Thobe, and will t.ot take advantage bou always accompanied the blue habit out passed making a death punishment to any of the ring, too. one prophecying rain; upon atiy change of and howl. The fact remains all the same. of any legal technicality. I heard more than one remark that our the moon, such as new moon, first quarter Tne steamer City of R)in?, that reach Life is dirt cheap both in the mountains s. But it is cheaper in ed Niw York Friday, brought in 1 501 per- friend Dick Ward was a most elegant and or any quarter thereof; or the close of dog and in the the mountains according to our contempt sons, the largest numbjr ever cirried on a graciful horseman. He carried off tne blue dayi; lightning in the north; increase of in the combined saddle and harness ring running water; circle round the moor; the rary's own statement. Hear U: "The af- single trip by any steamer. sun setting clear on rridar; pains in the The stem of the new naval steamer, His striped coat was ver becoming. fairs between the beligerentsof Bell county Hon. James B. McCreary, the model limb of those elllicted with rheumatism, have at last reached a stage than which Charleston, weighing 16.000 pounds and the there can be none worse. The warfare of largest ever made in this country, has been Governor and model Congressman, the &c ; south winds, or any of (he popular of modern politics, was obsigns of the day. Forbid all discussions of young man-El- i the savage has been adopted, and assassina- successfully cast at San Francisco. served and obierving among the thousands the weather, or allusions to the drouths of The schooner Niagara was wrecked in tion is the method that etch party now of honest men and pretty women at the '13, '36 '6' or any other year. Kicotirage uses to rid itself of its enemies. Already Lake Michigan during the gale of last conversions about the deluge of Noah's week and 15 of her crew were drowned. fair Friday. eight or ten men have "bit the dust" the Your genial and industrious business day, the floods of recent ycirs and the vast last three by unseen foes in cold blood. Tnree lady passengers are also missing. u:uj Theodore L. Harrison, United Sla'es manager was at the fair and did a land of- quan'i'y of water upon the earth's surface. There can ba no worse state of society than Consul at Baracoa, Cuba, died at that point fice business E is not only the b. m. of Do this and receive the gratitude of 7. " this. The evil effect of such bloody tragedies as are occurring weekly or monthly in last Friday night. He was appointed from tbe I J., but is a b. m. from b c, when it DANHLLE, BOTLE COUN11 cornea to getting subscribers for his excel Bell county is incalculable. Yet there is Cirrollton, Kentucky, four months ago. W. Biird's mammoth minstrels i J. It is estimated that 21,323,000 acres of lent paper and hitting the boys for job probably but one remedy extermination. exhibit at the Opera House on tbe 1 work and and ads. Long mar he wavel S.-FI- NE Bafe to say now that the murderers of land have been restored to the public doIt is GOODS Granville H. Brown, of Laurel, the same inst. Jack Tamer will neyer be punished by any main by the revocation of railroad indemOje of the twin infant children nity withdrawals, all since the democrats man who had "12 or 15 bushels" of corn law but that of retaliation." Mr. G. D Mahsn die! Sunday eveni ng DH, S. G. HOCKER. last spring, afier wintering his stock, took JOnN BRIGHT, JR. went into power. cholera in'antum; the other is very ill. There has been a shape up in the newsthe premium on corn at the fair Mr. Hen John T, Garth, a relative of the philMr. George Hopps, who has been q jite paper business 'at Glasgow. The town is anthropist, who gave his estate to educate derson, of Rockcastle, was second best. ill with typhoid fever, is reported by his two small for two such papers and the proworthy younjj men in Bourbon county, was Mr. Brown not only knows bow to raise p'oysician, Dr. Tucker, to bn miic'a be'.ler prietors decided to no longer cut each oth- found dead near Paris Friday, evidently corn, but he knows a good paper when he this, Monday, morning. Nt;C('i:NNOICNTO W. II. 1IIUUINN., er's throats by continuing to try to run killed by his horse running away. sees it. He takes the Interior Journal, Miss Anna Morgan, whose people live consequently H. C. Gorin has sold them, Tho grand sensation of the occasion ws Ben Lee Hardin, of this place, has We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most nopular his half interest in the lima to J. M. been so often spoken of as a Tom Williams' turnout. Tne prize was $3 ue if rnugs .uuumaiu nuu wno has uren candidate for assisting Mrs Stan wood in dress making, COOK STOVE3 anil RAXOES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, Richardson, of the JVinrs, and J. B, Leslie, of clerk of the House of for tbe sorriest turnout and Tom took first Representatives at died of typhoid fever un Friday and was WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILthe JVeiw, has disposed of a half interest in Frankfort that he has at last decided to and second, and deservedly so. His rig bjried at the cemetery on ING, &c. Saturday. paper to V. B, 8mith of the 'lime. make the race. "Hurodsburg hunch-backe- d, that broken Democrat. was an old rickety, Sol Williams, a lit to the workhouse In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wj will still place the OLIVER CHILL The former will hi discontinued and the typical road cart, cov James II. Arnold has filed etui to con- bowed, latter run for all it is worth by Richardson test the will of Mm. E izibeth ered with a dirty sheet and drawn br a some months ao for swindling, lias about PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservoa to be Ask your Turner, at & Smith. The fraternity loses a good man Richmond. jennet, Tom served out his term, during which he has neighbor in reference to its supsrtority. No steel plow in the market Arnold is the man who killed shaggy, angular, e'cipfd twice Deputy Sheriff Milch Bai-le- y equal to the IMPERIAL in Mr. Gorin, who, it is said, has gotten eo Little and since the tragedy has been keep- was dressed up to match and when he will to day take him to Harrodburg, Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & IIARR0W. In the rich in western speculations as not lo be ing himself in the background ring and Bob Jackson Btarted round the till now. where he is wautod for larceny, PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal All depeudent on a newspaper. Mr. RichardTne negro, R ss, who killed an aged mounted the jennet and tapped his bass , a young white uun we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have John son formerly owned the lima and is one wuile woman at Biltimore in order to sell drum, the band behind struck up a lively who was com nitted to jail durinj the Humany other. ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. of the best and spiciest writers on the her body to medical students, paid the pen- air and Frank Btugh and Lish Bowling W. II. MrlCI.WKY, State prtes. Here's to them all arouod each seizjd an ear of the docile animal and mer to answer to the charge of rape, aid alty of his heinous crime Friday. He sang thus marched around the arena, the 3d who escaped by sawing out five or six weefc b In a recent issue of the Hopkinsyille a eoloonthescsfljld and died without a of the Laurel County Fair "went agn. was returnel to his old q isrtcrs Sat struggle. South Ktntuekian, E litor Meacham insinu urday evening. He was recaplund al Roscoe Hubble, who shot Caldwell out in a "blszi of glory" and at the gate atea that a certain paragraph in this ;tper and everybody retired in a great cloud of Alliens, Illinois, by detective (I. T. Helm was a little too steep to be taken in, even Hunt eoine two weeks ago and went West, and Mtrshal George Well h. by his crelubus nature. Duelling in a returned and surrendered himself at Somer dust, such an one as a prolonged drouth Major General J tines H.Comahan, of set Saturday and was tried before Judge can bring. glass bouse as be does it is a little dangerW. A. Parsley i down with typhoid Iodianapolis, Commander in Cnief of the ous for him to throw such stone. A man Tartar, who released him on the ground of fever. Mrs. G. P. Johnson is reported dan- Uniform Division of Ihe K. of P., will be who can get his own consent to publish self defense. here on Tnursdav to instiiu'e Dinvillw D. Mollie Workman has been acquitted in gerously ill. Miss Katie Liwes has been that a Christian county man is using a vision No 13, Uniform division of the "jimson" weed for a shade tree, which is so the Bath circuit court of the charge of be- very low with typhoid fever. John H. is sick. Mr. Charles T, Faris is above order. T,ie Grand LoJge of the large that his little boy plays around in its ing accessory to the murder of her hus- Jackson O'der is to convene in Lexington on the braacbei, and that be has already cut 1,230 band. The only witness against her was the sick in Louisville. His brother George left Saturday to see him. Miss Florence 20th inst. and th Danville brethren are burs from it, ought to know that he is too actual murderer, who is now under senHancock, of Lexington, ia visiting the Miss preparing to attend in a holy. dark a pot to call the kettle black. tence of life imprisonment for the crimi. -- non. ioeri uauaun laioott died oo Jacksons. this city. Finley Boyd Anfer-son,- of Dr. a prominent Tourfday night at the reiideoce of the It ia said (hat Fjntaine Fjz B)bbitt :n addicted Barcheim,cocaine habit, physician, here. Old Birbourville, is to the blew his importuning democratic legislators to yote father of h'slast wife and widow, Mr. Peter brains out in the Kimball House, at At- Uncle Billy S.usrt, of Rockcastle, pasted for him fordojrkeepsr of the next House, through here Sunday on his wav to Knox naison, oi rniiam'p in. rue rem tins lanta, Saturday morning. Two years ago, bat it ia hardly probtble that he will find have arrived here aid at 3 o'clock in the while In New York he fell into a trance, county. C.C.Williams, Mt. Vernon, wsa even one fool enough to do ho, when it is afternoon will be interred at tbe cemetery The Lonwas pronounced dead and was placed in a upon legal business Saturday. told that be pledged his hearers in a speech .ur, iaidou s uonoraoie lire an i cireer are coffin for burial, bat recovered only to end don Kid Nine played tbe Eist Bernstadt here last court day that no democrat should Dittoes on the tatter's grounds SaturJay ao well known to tin readers of the Intehis miserable life at his own hands. ever represent Lincoln county in the legis and downed them in a score of 28 to 22. rior Journal tost it is unnecessary In de Carroll, a coal miner at the lature again. And yet the impostor claims tail them here. Witi him paises away anJellico mines, was robbed of $25 and called Our boys phy like thunder till they strike other of the ol 1 time, dignified pub'ic to be a deaiocrat ! men, Williamsburgs and then tiny tumble, For upon a fortune taller for assistance in ren The prohibition campaign in Tennees covering it. From the description given by further particulars we refer you to Pen class that have not been improved on br Harding. Postoffice Inspector h, b . Fin tbe manners and methods of later days. ia getting reJ hot and from now until the her he suspected Lewis Patton, whom beat-tsckeRev. E II. Pierce has returned from Sunday. election oo ihe 29. h the welkin will ring and in the melee that followed, re ley was in town Chicago, where lie has been for several with the oratory of men and the appalls of ceived a mortal wound GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. at the hands of the weeks past. Mr. D. S. Hinman is absent on women, The autis have invited Governor suspected party. .mm) a visit to friends at Wilmington, Ohio Mr Lancaster. Trc Birnett, of Texas, one of the leaders At fcchenectady, New York, Fred Ros), a farmer living near John Builder, of Dandas, Canada, h forW. A. DtiaiuBt prohibiten in the recent bitter fight Knight shut and killed I la Wallace, alleg-In- Spoonvtlle, this county, made an assign mer cit.'zin of Danville, is in town Mr in that State, to rome and make speeches that he did eo became ehe gave him a ment to J. G Sweeney Friday. Thomas Durham, of Dayton, Ohio, ia visitnnd be has consented to do eo, DXALXMH loathsome disease, which he communicateJ J. A, Doty has one car of mules which ing friends in Boyle county. Mr. William to his wife, causing her death. A good will ba fit by November 15th. It is his in- H.Lucas, of Kansas City, is spending a Drugs, Books, Stationery and Gov. Bocknkii issued his first pardon Saturday It was to Algie Rush, a Louia strong halter ought now to ba brought in- tention to ship them as Boon as tbey are few days with Danville friends. Dr. L. S. Fancy Articles. to play and made to end the remaining acMcMurtry has returned from Washington ready. ville toagb, who cut and nearly killed Jack tor of the miserable tragedy. A meeting of the W. C. T. U. was beld City, where he has been in attendance on I'hvilcUni' prescription accurately compoundc! I'ettit, for whic i he was given two years in Also The circuit judge of the Taducah dit. at the court house on Sunday evening, at the big medical convention. Mr. Fred After reading a history ihe psnltentiary. drict has decided that a county judge is which stirring addresses were made by Eld, Yeier and daughter left Sunday nignt for of the case one is not pirticularly struck compelled to icaue license lo sell liquor W. G. Yancey and olhera their new home in Tampa, Florida. Mr. with the idea that a pardon was the proper where the applicant complies with the law C, ft N. A. Thompson have J. T. Mock is ill with typhoid fever. He The Largest Stock of WatcheB, Clocks, Mesrs. J. thing in the premises. and a majority of the citizsni of tlia bought tho interest of II. T. Noel in the has been confined to hia beJ for about ten Jewelry and Silverware days. do not protest against it. This ia Jackman Of the 120 members elect of the next property, recently purchased of than bought thtimarkrt legislature but IS were members of the pre- the first decision of the kind in Kentucky W. II. Miller. I understand Mr. Noel was Henry C. Melcilf has been appointed Kver I.owMt. toWatchot. ("Ipfki Prim Lower tie- niljfwelr tbe . and will be appealed to a highor court. palrfel on liort notlcr anil tV'irrautt-Jceding legislature. prstmaeler at Carlisle, paid a handsome profit on his share. Tne farm, consisting of 122 While Gen. Buckner is creating new acres, was rented to W Speed Taylor, the colonels I hope he will not overlook Cipt. present incumbent. The price paid was T. A. E'kin. TheCiptain was a gallant 1916, $100 mora than it brought last year Union soldier and a democrat of unques the county to pay $65 apiece for the keepBy all means let our tioned integrity ing of each pauper for a yeir There was Simon Boliver make him a colonel, poor-house 1 W. P. WALTON. BUY GHOOBBIE OF T. R. MAIN WALTON SOMERSET STS.. H gold-beari- & s jSJXI I 1 nee-es'ar- - b!ue-uras- 1 WALSH, THE TAILOR, roriini ai:m'i:. KY. iiouisvxiniix:, P. EXCLUSIVELY. s HOCKER & BRIGHT, long-eare- Ha-uner- NiiU-Niiiiii- i. ses-io- n WATERS DAVIS. vi-iti- Jl. m JEWELER. g PHARMACIST, Fls com-munit- y wmh mmtemim I tin) CiiiriM gave way, carrying j A l ink IIiih of Frenu'i CJitnlteri jut r (10 people with it Oie mm was fatally Ml A. A Warren' hurt and nil the rest mire or less injured. Stanford, Ky., 1857 tepiemuor 13, Tne manager of the new Opera House Ladifx call and eximme 0 valey A stock of kid lovm Inform nt Lexington tendered Mr Hiroes the freo Cral'rt U. O. WALTON. UuHtnoBB MnnnKor. I use of tbe building Sunday, which he nc cepted and which was packed at both You cin Ket nood unlatindried abirl, L.J, N. LOCAL TIME CARD. linen boom and oifli fur 50 centa At Bruce vice. A clergyman of theC'ntirch of Kogland AMcKtberta. has jul completed a tour of this country .411 train gutng North,. ..12 80 CM. I 81 l M. South Mm. Tyuek'-- ) kilchen,c'U'Ht fire yeUer-day- , nnd announces that the world will come to ... II l" tin . t,xprf tralu" nuutu ' " Norn .. 1 50 a. m but it wa extinuuiahed bjlore much an end In 1001. He also announce that rtienoTp li ulcuUuxl uii standard time, dolsr 030 chmtians will be taken up bodily damage waa d inn x ti jtxiut 20 minutes taster to heivcn in 1S0G. Juikie Moiutow ia the wornl cuKed man ft. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tne new Lutheran church at O.ten-helever in Lancaster. Iioth the wet nnd the will b dedicate! next Sunday, when dry are down on him. mltu Imtc llowlnxl at A ami 7 JO a si. Key, Oito Ktihr will be nselsted by other Itoluruluit. kirlvemt Aatiil t.Ur.u. Thk qiarierly court waa In ielon yes- eminent divine Services at 9 o'clock in ZoWt NOTICES. terday with one old petition, 8 new, 17 old German and at 2 o'clock in English. Big biket dinn-- r nnd everybidy invited. lit'V jour school bsoks nod school cup warrant and 10 new, making Gtl caea in -- Ktv William Tally fell, while asall, on the docket tiliea (rout A. II. Pennj. cending a flight of stairs, at Hurricane, W. Ask your urocer for the Cincinnati U Thk IbneyvilleCMored Stock Fair will Vs., and was killed by the discharge of a king Co.'n crackera anil cake. be held Tiiilrxdaj and Friday of ibia week pistol he had in hi coat pocket. Good for St MrltoneiiTH are headquarter in A L BimpttjnV wood near town. The him. Of all men in the world a preacher for rchool book and fliool etipplire. W atchkh nml Jewelry repaired on ahor premium run from $' to $'!'. would seem to have less ue for a pito) in jotice and warranted by A. K. I'eniiy. it ia the lima of year when his pocktt. Al.Tllon.lI A coMn.rnr. Mock ol Jewelry, Inuwt When I'rof. S. J. i'ulliam wa rece'md A, the vertebr of the torrid ortruuriphictl iylc. ilockford watche a specialty. into the C.iptil church Sunday, the pastor formation tiould i)llr h ompounil fracK. I'enny. took occasion to compliment Prof. Abner Thk firoi of Penny A McAIi'ier baring ture, it still rrmtina remarkably warm. Higor very highly. He said he was one diaiolvril, the account are ready for f e! tie SrRAYKIi Two black ll'rkahire bar of the church's best members nnd exhorted went, Come at once and settle. You may row from my frm about three week ago. hi successor to the same earnestness and sate com. Any information leading to their recovery faithfulne. PERSONAL. will be tbinkfully received. J. N Mene-fe- e Tne money raised for carrying on Mm Isaai- Hamilton i Yteitini: Protestant mission in all parts of tbe friend at Letianon Junction. world no nmotinls to $12,250,000. Of I.INviolat-inI.N I'lilc'E, liekT), wanted for fully fl2J0 Mih Maiiy IluoN ba Kone to fi.it r.iied in revenue liwa, manageil to thi sum the Mri. I)f Cook at Htirnsiile America. A hundred years ugo only n taw keepnnt of the way of Mughal Oa'ley Mtsw Al.t r. I'owkim Ml Teaterilay lor Saturday nisht, but ynterlay gave hioi'elf thousand dollars were raised, chilli? by New York City to relatifea, Continental Christiana up for trial. 1). L Yol'Mi left yeetrrday to alien) UjT a deyice of his own, as unique b it The Interior Journaus did up the is original, S iprin'endent George H. the A. h M CiHece l LmiiKtoii. .Mii Jean Hlviianan, of Crab Orch-at- d, Junction City Hiturday Urj to IS aid (hi Uruce his raied $100 to furnish books and i afiernrmn nt the ame old taud will do the cise for the Latilian S inday-Hohovioitmi; Mr. A A. McKinney. To(hue citledf iler hi ore this ec iomI lit become n mod Mn S. S MycnilraTta in Ibo worn-in- p.ime for Iho Wdliamdiiiri at II o'clock; admirion 25 cent for Cotincton lo attend Conference. of excellence ami its membership has inTen creased till it now reaches 160. Kate Hah. and l'xle A coU)lii:i man, John Cirpenter, died nitistoit I e yone to the S merel fair. Piil AriiDir, tt.e millionaire meat larl week of n brain trouble which puzzled Mm Ma(.uk Hibb ha koup to Homer tbe doctor and they endeavored to discov- picker f Clip go, ha given $190,000 for n 10 viwt friend ami to take in (be fair. in which is said lo be a model of it er the fill elicit by a morlem examinakind. It is oils Wished in C'licaco aod Hh Kit J ONI went to Lexington tion, hut we did not learn the reeuU. to enter the ivate Agricultural Col there .are 1.000 children on its roll call. Huniir.N Death. Ciln, who wa Tlitre is u school, a kindergarten and n d's lek'e panstry conno:t-- d with thi minion, to Ml! Moi.uk IHimuibiity and Kjihib working for the L. A N. neir MeCiutpbrll nre alirnilinif the Somerset die! no auddenly tint an iripioU wai held, which only the poorer and t.it-- ueeJiist when a verdict of death from ipiptexr wa Fair. nre ndtnitled He wan Iroia I.mmville Mia- - l.liY HSAL.KV, wbo tin' been rendered LAND. STOCK AND CRQf-ririlinK friinl in Umaril, relumed home Tin: L A N nnd Cincinnati Sjtithern of Wanted A few stock bogs at oner. Saturday. fer n rale of one fare for the round trip lo A T. Nunnclley. V F. IU.mjry baa returned Mtw Atlanta September 17 to tM Tbe Nitional -- A few wheat drills at very low pricis to her son, Lonla I! Kimey, from n Aociation of Fire Kiglneer will bold Wearen A Menefee. Ltiinyton. at tbeir meeting there during thoe date. A limited quantity nf uice Fultz seed Mr. JimbT HoKru nnd bride ro Tin: K. C. advertiei another J- - excur-aio- n wheal Wearen A Menefee. turned from their tour Haturday an I spent A. T. Nunnelley bought of George to Cincinnati next Saturday. Ticket r?ui.dty at Dr. H 0. Hocktr'a. Mm (I. W. l'EHRVMAN in! little good by nil regular morning train and for Abnhami 25 fat hogs, 2oO pounds at $1 lo. A F. Nunnelley bought for Harrison daughter, f Osrenton, bare been Tilting n special leaving C'jvinglon fir home nt Mr. Ithodt and Miff Kntie Walton Watera. ll 'to that night Tboe who go cm wit V Jick, of lVnne'see, 1500 stock hogs nt -. Jockiy EJ Wet, who was terribly inprr.'ormacce of Kimo Uader TOSKand wife, of Kerlon, ne the Mm. J. T Mo , who bate been vieitinir reUtireH here, Nero and alro take in the bae ball game jured on the Saratoga race track August 20, is dead. left Saturday for home but will flop at between the Liulivillea and the CinciForty-fou- r car loads of cattle, aggrennati. Louimllla am' In Indiana en route. gating in value $15,000, were shipped from -- Mn, John A. M Koiieiitu left latt lloBHED. Laat Sanday night week n thief Paris last week. night for Ml Vernon, II'., where Le (,'ce to rd entered the leepiiig room of Mr J. K Mrs Henry Seil, while en her way to take a pillion with Aiicnt Jme I. and Mole hi packet book, which con n funeral nt Northfidld, III,, was accidents! money and a check for 111 ly Hhot and killed by a party of pickuick-e- rs Btanpokd will b well repreanted at tained J in He kept the matter aomewhat fesret, hopwho were tiring at a larget. eek Miai Annie the rjomerc et f air tbi ing to get eomp ctue lo the but ha Joseph McClelland sold 2a two year-ol- d Alwirn left yelerdar to well the lirt of failed ho far Kntrance to the room wa mules the toeu in the State to Marpretty cirla that bate (tone Ibitber. made by nn open window and wa done o tin A Tiiuup'oi: at $15 e.ich. Paris formerly of noiM-leflX. A Hiciiah4on, that the old man wa not awakNews. plcaa-aall- y Williiiuiabur', wrilei) u that be ia A. T Nunnelley bought nf K. II 15 ened, nn I perutaien'lr l cited in Louia-rlllnnd George Abraham 15 extra fine nd ivill i;) into the A dry a ill estate tm-- i here, Thompnie Cooper butcher cattle, 000 to 1.100 pounds, at from tell ti that it i nothing in comparison 2 to 2 cents. net. I'jtor. J. AiD!iin Hwi.ey opened a wnb Hualonville, Nearly all the well are -- Hrtukley, Catron A Co., bought 125 fcbool m Willow drove yuMenhr. He in dry and iho'e who can afford it have lo haul hiMii of sheep for$l 70 per held, 0 bead of U.ilifioa-tio- m a KOd le teller nnd a ilemour.it, thrirdrinkirg water five miles. Thoe who cattle at 30 and ." head at 2 cents Somfull can't ue tbe creek wnler and that i reirlv thtt oiuht In tecure him erset Uiporlvr. The two town pump in Stan chool exhausted Tommy Mill bought of Junes Crutch-fielford still respond promptly and but for Mm Nancy Hk.i.and, of Winchei-Ur- , his house and lot in Needmore for arrived at Mica Anno .Snsnkn' lnt riijjbt them the sutldring here would be grant. A $120 25. It is the greatest birgain we have and louether they will no to Dauhter'a number cf people in the country now sup- recorded in sometime. ColleKc to day. I.jth expect lo Rradunte ply both themselves and stock from It. Brother Bogle writes that the farm of ihl" e'fion CO acre near Hustonville, belonging to 1! Poisoned. At the close of his picnic Mr. F. K. Tniimu: left yoiterdiy to Saturday, Col. I) O. Slaughter thought ho N C. A J J Albn, which whs advertised pcnd three month in Jrsmine ellinR would do the clever thing by treating the in tin papjr, has boeu sold to J. H. Tiv-lo- r bedce fence. HoROtaway with moot of for about $11 500 crowd lo lemonade. Accordingly he mix them eellinc them lant reason and hope to ed Spring in this taction that were never coolup a large quantity in a zinc water do even better tbia lime. invited his guets to partake. They known to fail are now as dry as a powder-horer and E;en hope, that springs eternal in did so and in a few minutes it wag the sickLOCAL MATTERS. lowthe hunun breast, has about ceased est crowd ever seen. Vomiting was the orSeveral wheal dri.la for Ie cheap I der of the day ami neither man nor woman ing Grayson Gazette. M Uruc. Dr. R. L Hieck purchased the 00 acres stood upon the manner of ila performance. We have juit opened a Several Crab Orchard people are still very nearest town at the sale of the Rodes prop New Shois! erty, for $MSo0 per acre. At Bites' eile is dangerousvery large Hock of ladies', mlanea' and tick while title Lottie Dillion corn in the fiald brought $2 23 per barrel ly ec. A Craig. " children' fall 'ioe Fifii oyater" on Friday at H. 8 Myer. During h thll)orof revival at Needmore, Tenn , civil fll buy-it)(,- '. ar m i, Lee D.iva'l. of bought last f 1 ir IStiwrim in t t kiiiI n 2 jeif- - .id j.r. f ,r $:K)0: of Hun 11 liuivh man 2j-ndr 05'1; ol K. 8 Pjwell a j ick lor $500; of J K Biughma-- i a for J500 rtinl h jniiei dr $.150 and of Win. Cloid a j itk f ir $500, nil of wi.iWi he hip pi'd to Mis'ouii John Twiiiv aiiid 28 ugir mule to Martin, Thompson A of New Orb an for $157 50 per hail. D C, I'ernune mid Jame Ou'h bought ihi week 1H yearling mule of J. M. Knr7itif at $S7 50 per hen'; 20 of William It.bm'o-- . at $55; 17 of W S Vansr-d- 'l ni $05 anil 2 of L'gan Guthrie -- Dinville Advocate at week 1 ni jck Ski mSM JaOUMVIIaIaTH, MJ, Jm Ml MM f) 219 to 227 W. Joiterson, 220 W. Market, ky. d., Those who like to save money should not lail to give us a trial. Truly the wonder of this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. $0 1 M.W AtoVHirisKWE.NTS. Estray Notice! A Ifiiy Mnrc .fluff. W, handa h'gb, one eye out a let! little iwollcn came lo inr aulile last week. Tin-ownran get her b- - prof log pro crty ami paying tar In r toanl anj tnla notice. 1 1 M A . T. X 11 XX Kt. LKY. CO 8tao C Executors Nale I At. Kxnculora of the late will of Mr. we will atli on ttio prtuilies C'ari nter, lec'il o I.'dnJa lUoV'ock abarpon at Natiinluy, Ncpicmber 21, 1S97, House &Lot of Turnpike. 8 CO 50 c K Acresin Eustonville - Anil the HouiehoM and Kitchen Furniture belonging to tho eitate Also, tome stock In tbe IliiHuiutlle.V Liberty and HuituoTllle A UinTllle g intrnl 003re Tkkms fix and twrl-- e months en tbe real with intercit. Puses"Km giren Jauuarjr lei. ur wiriir II inOblp. Other proicrty cah lur all turn of JIC and uudcr. onr lliat amouot, six uiontbi trtdit without Ititco t 86-- iil td chirrox I.. V.VAHPKSTEH, of J '" , O td W cl 0 c Notice Koln, I'.M. Adam Incorporation. T.ihn c lirs rt jet-Unl- nt ruii Jck lrkville, Karl. J hn lCc hfr, (bas Phillip Antonl sn.l kubr hare ibeiuaelvea together to Lome lurorporatsd under tho name anditvle of the (ierin-- n Krangellc Liiilnra-- i Knuiiucl of uitfLhelin. Lincoln county. pin. . r tranMitlni: I ul. and it III, nn, hi,, I.IMOlU I jnuty, Ky. li if 11,1 i. The nalureoftlie l.itiltiemi to lio trantetd Is toorgaulxe, e.uh'ls'i a.i i.niiuUUi a I'lrlmUn lliurehof tbe l.uthran Con'ega'toa of thoic protMng the work ofltal It U laid dnwn and vxplalneii In the ijwNillo book- - of ("onronl. l.isO, ewrially In thi eoUi-Augsliurit Confelon and theimalUr Cutechlsiu of I.uilier, and aectocl House and CVinlcry 3. I he amount ol capital Mock rtock iball not be lift than SO io- more ilun Js.Ofal, dlTldiil niU. rh'it of leb,acd shall b paid In nrli Inslalliiientaas theottcera tf tho church may ."plelbergor Tne ii ml rslgned, H aolall GOI 1 ! ( prrf, Km-luck- y, CO 1 I n. m:it'HA.T TAII.UH. 1 - -- bare nt-iTi- vI ar,,l sti,I reielvng- - dl-r- iit A- lat Al-fo- Mc-Kin- I. Thnr,ratlon shall couiineocv on the 1st day of MpumlxT. lST, and terminate on tbe 1st day ofNtpteinbtT, linT, 5. The allilrsnf thl rornnraMon shall be by u inlniMir, a ffcrcarr, a oathler, wbo In truvtee, ,ini two other mutees, shall te who shall iKjo'ectod, 6rt. on the 11 H.i'unlar In Ssptemlier, ISS7, and tberearer on tbe day In January of each yiar. 0. The highest amount of Indebtedness or liabil ity to which this corporation shall at any time ul'Jfot lltelf shall lea !V)3. 7 Tbe private propertyof tbe members of this corporation shall be exempt Irom Its curjiorate deb a h. This corporation shall havo all the power, rUhtsand prullegfs proldel Ur by chapter M ot the lieneial biatutes of Kentucky, Title, Companies jairatol Couipaules. ;i 1 his corporation desires and Intends to ha into organic union with the Uermau Kran gellc Lutheran iynod of tbe State ol Iowa and shall lie governed by the roluiioas and rules ot discipline prescribed tbrrebr, where tbe same are not Inconsistent with tbe Constitution and laws oi Kentucky. Ottenbeliu, Lincoln co., Ky., Au. 12, 1SST. OTTO Kl Hit. Mlnlsts'. .IOHS CAUL. SriLLIlKIKiLH ADAM. JDIIN KOnilKlt, CHA"1. ESOSLKN, PHILLIP ANTOSt. iin-diirlox-j!- li Incir-porateil New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising tbe best tn tbe market, which will be Gotten Up in Stylo and Mako Socond to Nono in City or Country (Jive, .vie a Trial. WEAREN & MENEFEE, I I IBlsisBsBEBKsBBasKlAliitilVCiBlniRI JCOSTK V TO LOAX gool Lincoln ol our custom rncl, In sums ol .Irom $1,000 to 1,003, on cointy reil estate security, ers. '.v,2-t- K., rel to som Tor partlculari, apply to Ml 1. 1, HI I .t V I It r EXTKit, fPtanford, Ky. 1 e G. A. BENEDICT sTVNKOltn, & CO., -' "L. ii 1 'il i'l ill ii a& KI.TltK. Woll Drillers aad Pump Adjusters. tttr Wells IM'lnl to oi at l.ictory prices. - Jr and pumps furmlsheJ t f Jis-- Purchasing Agoney MISS SALLIE nARRISON", Sia-.'or- d, ! Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sura ys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf everjbe-fore- , Sash-Blind- s, ba opatifd a Purchasing Forruerlvol Atency Id Cite nnatl. aa I all orJers to her at U7 West Sth street, wid nnvlre personal aud prompt attention. She will iinkx a sifclxltj- - ol Dress (ioods, but will rcct Ire ordera for I'urnlture, Carpets and In fact everylhliJi one could wish. Tne patronage of tbe ladle ol this section especially Jrtl-t- f solicited. All ol work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our fine assortment before it is broken. from tho cheapest to the best. WALLACE &C0CHRAN, 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., J. I,.C.U:i;, ArI.. Huslouvllle, WEAREN & MENEFEE. Ky. THE GENTS' FURNISHERS A.MIAOKXfS I'Olt THK Queen and Crescent Route. Orloans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) (Cincinnati New 0ley DitEdi nooDi, plunne ot and velvet, ttt, ome jesn, llinnth andcinton flinnelanre tbe new fall good opened up, 0ley T A Craig bnve Tiir.pjatoiTneat Cookbur, Greenwood, l'ulaaki couuiy. comity, baa been discontinued and A. Lewia baa been appointed postmaster Hockcaitle O. at Til r. Stanford Holier Milh are running day nml.night now and Hre fellinK Hour in Ditiville, Kiclimoml nnd Iincater, where ., mill. The "Dily" Miile are hard to beat. rlir TitK bam of Squire John O Neal wna diccovered to be on fire U midnight Sunday and before anything could be saved it waa in ashen, lljflde a large amount of hay, several seta ol harness and some tools were destroyed. A stack of hay some dia Is tance oil caught nnd also burned. It not originated. known bow the fire M ' Jcrx.E Morrow seem to hive gotten things in quite h muddle in Garrard, though the lawyers say there is nothing wrong or inconsistent in bis rulings. On appeal taken by the prohibitionists from his former decision that the law was a nul lity and that tbe county judge should issue a license to J. W Miller, he decided after argument the other day that he has no ap pellale jurisdiction i the muter. Had be luve been of this opinion originally the law might have stood, nt any rate the only proctedinc could have been for a mandamus to compel the county judge to isme the license. Mr. Miller ha bis license now for a year and we are told that it cannot be taken from him, and it is likely that a he hai been given authority to sell liqiion that tbe other applicants will likewise and the former order of things again reume at least for a year. RELIGIOUS. Owsley's Mistake. Diputy Marshal Will Owsley cume over SUurdav to arrest Dive Kmersoti for violating the revenue law nnd although he waa pointed out to him, he made a mistake and arrested tbo walk-inwrong win, tbo guilty rascal quietly while his companion soon proved ofl, that he was not tbe man wauteJ, and is still g I at large. Key. Green Clay Smith is holding a revival til Jollico IS'ders Stephen Collier and J. 1, Kog-er- s will begin a protracted meeting next Saturday night at Goshen churcb. Miss Fannie Straub was elected organist at the Bantlat church Saturday. Her twin Bister, Mies Minnie, Is organist nt tbe Methodist churcb. $4,25. Richmond Register. Gentry Bros, of Boyle, bought at the stablo of R E, Coleman A Sin 12 horses at prices ranging from $75 to $100, and abo bought I aged broke mul;s from $110 to Hirrodsburg Dainocrat. $110 Tec drouth has about destroyed the of our corn crop In thi county. farmers have on hand a few hundred bush ols of the old crop for which they expect Breckenridge to reallzs $1 pjr bushel. News. Charles Ztchrilz, agent for Winstead, Dater A Co,, Covington, received Saturday from J. S. Os?sley03 head of 1,100-hea- d cattle nt 3J, 35 of J. A. Harris A Son 1,517 pound at 3.S5 aud of Forestti) Reid 10 of 1.400 pounds at 3 80. Fied Barne has sold his farm of 200 acres on Yollow creek to a New York firm for $ 10 per acre, cash up. This is the land that tbe celebrated cannelcoal vein is upon. This is said to be the best piece of property Birbourville News. in Bell county. Moses Knhn bought of James E. Clay 222 head of cattle, to be taken November 20 to London for the fat cattle ehow, which take place on December 15. Mr. Kahn aays they nre the best of the number that have ever been fed by any farmer in the United States and will average 1,000 lbs, when they leave. He also bought 7S head of other parties in Bourbon county at $1 to IX DliXAPOLlS LAUXDUY. Shortest and (Julckest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. KKAIs DOWN. Mo.l. TltAINH SOUTH. I No. S. No.K. Jo. 'J. Dallv Ex.Huu.1 DallT Dally. 4 WIIEIIH IS WIDOW l'bllKJ- - i.m:h ? Widow Fllrgencr. maiden name Krull, ixissIMy married to an American or other gentleman, and now known under bis name, a native ol Kiel, Ilolstfiu, Pruola, said to bo a resident of Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, or her descendants, are requested to address tne nude signed on account of a will nnd Inheritance Irom Friedland, Mecklenburg, (ierinany TIIEOO. HV.Il WAM'f. tt-- CO., Louisflllt), Ky, 2iS-It- HKAI Ul', .STATIONS. Ho, i. "NlAlNtsNOKTII. No. 4. Nolo. I Tlatlr. 7 55 11 20 12 55 6 15 'JOS y 30 10 00 1 1G Pallr. DallT. Ex. Sun. I Daily, 10 ' No. 6. Daily. C. a iu p iu am "SO p 03pm 1BU1IL.I' At W. It. BradlieM piu in 9 lOp in ,.. ' 900pm II Sip in lifts, m M Ire, ..Ciuclunatl.. . HA.I-il- 3 OIP go, pm p 111 JJBltNKY CATTIiE! A pm 6 55 a in G IS a in .. . -- Hojce 8 'ii a m y 17 a iu 8 4T a iu! I) SO a in Al'T, .Chattanooga.. 0 15 a m1 L're .Cliftttanoosa 1 ..Lexlugton .Junction City . ..OakJale 4 A 10am a in U5pmt Co 'i Hone Excha Lunch at , 7 5 LEXIXUTOX, At of 12 KV SKIM'. 15, 11:30. 1SS7 o'clock, ibarr. John II Wallace, of Lexington, Ky will maken on account Closing out Sale of the Phcoldall Herd And W.J. Cbinn, of Frankfort , Ky , will sell a will lo ofselect) a from his bird. Thero choice fered about 45 heal ol highly bred animals of the best milk and butter families, Including Helen TcMteil Coirti and their otljprlngs. Among them are 10 W) a iu 10 10 k ml 5 30 p Ul 10 40 am 4 20 p m 7 I1) p m 12 55 a ia 5 10 am! 55 a iu 00am 12 a iu "'i JOU DUll 0 30 p IU' ... .,' 9 45pui IllUUpiu .... ...11 15 pm ... u 13 a mi ....Ill 25 p iu ,...; s so a m ,... ' 0 V5 a in ... U 15 p Ul ....! 4 3)p 111 .. .. Atlanta A'rv .blrtulogbain ..Tuscaloosa , ..Akron.. . ..York L're Meridian A'rr L're .. .MerlJIan . .. New Orleaus.I.'re l.'.B .. Merlillan.. .A'rr A'rr A'rr .'Jackson .. -- 6 42 p m 3 15pm . ... 1 35 p iu 7 50 a in 5 15am L're 5 00am A'rv 1 30 a in Ar'r 12 49 am 10 30 p m S 30 p m 'rv 25 a m 6 55 am 6 20 ID 7 4 413am 55 p iu 55 p m ' am 223am 10pm 341am a in - 9 50 p in 7 .30 a m 5 33 p m I 710pm .... ...Vlcksburt; .. ..Monroe ...KbreTejiort 7 5 4 4 it 4 10 7 33 30 00 00 00 35 25 2 25 10 Sn 40pm m p III p 111 pm in a m a iu a m am p in .V 10 40 a m 8 12 a m C 40 a m 4 - 30 20 35 45 55 15 1 55 10 10 3 3 8 2 0 7 45am a m a m p u a m pm pm pm a ia Curs onall ttirouj'i trains. H. COI.LBP.AN, Oen'I Krt. JOHN C. OAIILT. Oen'l Manager, It. CAHItOLI., lleu'l Bupt., General Offices. 81. 1'aul BulMins, Wesl Fourth dlreet, Cincinnati, Oto. Mann BouJoIr Bullet Bloplnj Pass. Ast., ttiirvr Itlotrrs diiif Lmutn ltajnh. seldom, It ever, luitbeio been oilered at public JIvllevH, At-tihtorca.-alogucs.wnl- St. Sluital, .Ilium,LumUvrtti, Jii, St. saloBschoici alotol Jency cattlo equal lu pilot of individual nerlt and bleeding. The cow a aod heifers In ealf have been acrved by choice bulla of Nlyutl, Nt. tlvllvr, Stake popular stralna, J'uiiIh lltl- - aud other ready, addresa are now Col It. TATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. IFIRHTFFN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS.-:- Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Study. roi'STV aim'ointi:i:s itr.cr.iviu rm:i: or tiitio.v. Fall term begins SEPT. 14, IB87. for CATALOGUE aid other inlormation. aJdrej JAMES K. PATTERSON, PH. D LEXINGTON, KY. V. II'. J. CIllXA, Frankfortt. Ky. i:Dio.io Auctioneer. i5'.i-3- WALLACE, JUIIXJI. Lexintou, Ky.,Or Semi-tcehlLiinieri- or our na I OUTTERY BATCH. sli. 'lis crushed nnd alinkon In glass bottles h.ilf filled with water will clean thtui n nckly. Hakkd potatoes soon becomo heavy If put into a covered dlsli. Lay them on a pinto covered with n napkin, leaving n part to I!'- -, ( LABOR NEWS AND NOTES. A ooot) vein of coal has been found under tho town of Toledo, Ore, Tim American Federation of Labor is said to havo 050,000 members. Or tho thirty-eigh- t States in tho Union fifteen havo labor bureaus. Skveuu, barbedwiro works In tho West havo increased their capacity. Tun spring and nxlo manufacturers havo lormed a National association. Theki: Is n great scarcity of cars for coke, lumber and coal throughout tho West. Woiikino-menro traveling less froir place to place this year than over before. Wiivt tho Knights of Labor linvo lost In somo quarters they havo mado up In others 80 oukat Is tho deninnd for pipo In tho far West that a factory is to bo built at Pueblo, n s. Published TttvMilftui ami Frltlnu -AT throw over them and absorb their moisture. tt understood It we credit tbatlJ.SO will U ex. Lemo Host.t. One grated lemon, rind peeled and demanded. and all, ono and one half cup of sugar, 0110 half cup of butter, one cup of water, two : tablespoon fuls of cook till W. P. WALTON- thick, stirring whllo cooking. Nice as a AT-sauce or to put between layer cake. Chili Sircr. Peel eighteen ripe tomaHe Was an American toes, tuno medium-sizeonions and thrco A thin, delicate lookinc woman pat In a green boll poppers, chop till line, put in your kettle, add 0110 cup of sugar, three Hroadway (New York) horse en ote even scant tali't'oonful9 of salt, one and ono laa laal week and next her flit a nitive of half cups of vinegar, nnd spieo to taste; boll Col. the Queen' reelm Tne window bdiir.d until the onion is soft. Tnnitn is a very heavy deninnd for all Tomato Su.vr. Cut the tomatoes in thin the Britisher was open, and the cool wind TROYAL MSl'flJ NU W blew in on the wonnn, nukinti her nhiver. slices and put on tho lee. For a quart of kinds of railway locomotives nnd car nppli-nncethem take a raw egg, mix it well with a At Uat he aiid in a ladylike way: "Won't of made mustard, and n half cup A i.uii.k numliorof Shenleld silversmiths you b kind entuwh to clwe tnr window of swoet milk or cream, a teasjioonful of oil nre ulout to depart for emplovineut in New it mnkei tue verr old1' It aud one of inegar, n tiny pinch of sugar York City. bdhind yiti and salt; mix well together just before tho Tun Hardlo foundry at Birmingham, Ala , would hurdly liiye ciit'ed the tutu any salad is needed; place tho tomatoes in a has shut down and locked out its workmen incotltenience to ifrant the rdi'ie"'. hut he dish lined with lettuce leaves nnd pour tho for belonging to tho Kulghts of Labor. replied harshly: "I prefer it cper: you dressing over them. -- w r ni'--Tun total value- of hides and im Mrrrivs mado for lroakfast out of bread ported irom tno LiutiM suites skins past Aajerican'- csn'c aland anvthir;1; you all tho dough nri nice Take out a good piece of year was $21,210,101, being $3.fl.313 loss ("jeai to hyp the consumption '' The o'l er th? risen d'i'igh, enough to till a than the corresponding erioil one year ago in the cur were a!oriihd at the pull. hii. I put into a smaller tray; work into n4iener Nnw Yoiik capitalists, with somo Canatcciyilttv And there were rainy ancry ittw-- i I'k'trs and a cup of sweet milk; 11U0 dian Investors, arc after 15,000 square miles half a eupof sweet butter, melted over tho y r.;yal etiHec ijtancee r -' at th Fit.l lire; mould well, nnd then drop a larga of timbered nnd iron-or- e proiertv in Canada. It Is said that it contains 11 largi a n on tiie oppoite side of tin car spoonful into well-bu- t tored inunin-tins- ; bake a crisp brown and serve immediately amount of coal. pproachin the E it'l'n'-iijrois, and Dntivn tho lust your this country exwith 220 pound avoirdupois, lan-- d over when taken from the oven. Tomxt-'Cvt-tChop line half a bushel ported 02t,7U pairs of shoos, valued at $732,117. being 0P.:iin uu.ro pairs than wore hint, and uraFpipp the window, U ui tu t d it of green tomatoes, mix in a tcnctipful of down with enough force 10 brniK he us ; tine salt, let stand overnight: In the morn. exported tho preceding year, aud exceeding In total value $M. Ms. tone, ".Now, mg drain and press as dry as piHsible. Add then he remarked in a A OKEATmuny new a teueupful of grated horseradish, four to ) my friend, if you think Anmicn are six onions, ehupped Hue. two lieuiui t.iulo- - largo and small, are industrial enterprises, unnouueed in North iltt'.cled with consumption, 7011 just ra'e sp.xiifuls of ground cloves and the same of eniAUibauia. Tho multitude of these enterprises detracts from the usual interest ! Thlit that window acain. I am an American ' alhpioe. n.ix all well together and pack m nTr Ttrln. A inarril cl rurltt in their announcement. treuth soil wholesomtnpM. More rronomlr! The little women bluhfd. and 'he other n jar: pour on enough cold cider vinegar to than the ordinary kind, nnd cn not ! raid car few strikes are projected during coiuix'MIod with tho uiu Utile of low test .ihor well '.. : your ioniutoe. etc. pieceugeri smiled, the American ittutred to ns a rule, are weight luui or iihoaptiato TCACK: AtTiK Mumalu)I. wjri. SoMotilj In l'.iro, core and cut tho fall. The working-men- , hie eat, aud the Briton 'oiked cut of tte the apples m small pieces; put them ItOTALrilKIXn rOWDKI C, in contented, and will work stendlly In order MD3, 1W Will tilreot. New York window and thought and thought. water with some lemon juleo to keep them to be prepared for any hard times that may white; after a short interval take them out come during next winter A Cabe ok COKDEKATE Viteran -- and dram them; weigh and put them in a amount of Illinois harvesting LOUIS SCH l.E(!Eli, with nn equal quantity of sujrar; machinery Is now on its way to South The msai of eoldiera in the Confederate r stow-HiAmerica and mid The Illinois travel my enlisted from what they hslieved to be somegrated lemon peel, the juice of aleuion, ing agents areAustralia. particular iHiying attention iiiinanion sticks and n pinch of salt. A Brought up to Place tho stew-pathe moot pilriotic moiiven. markets. over a brisk lire and to these far-olcover it closely. AVhoti the apples nre re327 ulat furnaces in 0eration KICIIMU.Ml. KKMU'Kl Tiieiik are believe iujthe extreme doctrine cf State pulp, until it rihti, titer obeyed the ctll of their e mm duced toaa projx'r stir tho mixture put tho in the I'nited States, producing 12...W toni Photographs in all styles aud sizos. becomes consistency and Ier week, and i:i idle, with a weekly capacto aid in the ciuj o! eecniop. The ciU' e marmalade uway in smull pots. ity of 1.V.0I2 tons. Tho anthracite caitncity wii eyerlttiiinoly wroay, but ;he rejon-- i Oxe of tho most satisfactory wnj s to cook has increased from JStyjirj tons weekly a year Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. l'ihty bI.riKit ii tun rebel. nm States. Tue beets is to bake them. Vhen boiled, even ago to :n,27 if their jackets are left on, a great deal of Hritimi manufacturers are expecting to (i I Mitt rery Ion New 'lei,j'n 11 l'aii nation il ciunot p'tnion it'e tne best part 01 the U0l-lbeet U dissolved, nnd profit very largely this fall and wintor out rrlcei. 'Imab'ed CauItUiratM who fought to de'lroy so lost. It will, of course, take a littlo or tne activity in tho rnite.1 States. An longer to bake tin. m. but this i.sr.oobiee- - Kugli.'h coinimny, calli-. tiittietd new ice.i it, it ciunot aaopt Uf the JIoss Ilav Feed, .ompany. expects to move its entire works and divide the treur curplu auuuic Hon. Allow them iifteen to twenty minutes longer for bakinir; slice and "soason to the I'nited States AND lheu. But the Southern peopla ouhi not them as you would if they were boiled. Tun prosperity of the farming eommuni ! to letve the poor and disabled C'jaftrdna e One pleasant way to serve them is to chop ties in the West is resulting in the building Mill iiHniyM linvt) liiiiul u lurue and hvIccI !lti of I'ltrnl-(nr- o of the !ccl them rine after they have been cooked and up of a multitude of little industries near to the lender leterana mid I'lHlcrtiiUvr'rt (JoiuIh. Ttly price trill he n Inu n miicIi llAflDj rrntol thr tbloon I)ft Mrfrt, I m popper, salt aliitt houei. Tne Statu iti'U filled tneni season with alsoserved and butter. Tur- tho markets. The larger concerns in the rrrparrJ to train and tirralt liorx-- on rpMonable KoihIn bo burn;!'! lit Ihe vIIIvn. liixu 111 1 11 irlul untl 3011 in the sume way. nips are nice loading dues are discovering cointition trriui. Count T Court tlajr triJr ollrllr.l till liu cuiivIuocmI Unit I m;I! luKcr tliiiu Uiu lotu-Mt- . r.d into eryice should nccqu tie resu.t JOIIX 11. VMtl'I'.XTKlt. Fun a very palatable dish Jrom green from tiiese new .source, and are putting atintoiJ, Ky. turniah tbe:u comfortable Iiobc, -- Htr-fjnl corn grato one dozen medium ears ami add forth special effort to protect their future one quart of sweet milk in whtili you linvo trade from the little ones. Courant DR. W. D. PENNY, stirred till free from lumps three tn'blospoon-ful- s At the recent mooting of the representaThe Latest Gikdles. (iirdln cf ropia of Hour, a quarter of a pound of butter, tives of the steel rail manufacturers DKNIIsT. at of beada, of link of pmementerieaadfiaal-l- y or piece as large as an egg will do; four Long llranoh. it was decided to continue K 011 e'lnnlord, eirtcs. whites and yelks beaten together, LONDOI. KY. the allotment system, anil j),0u) tons, it of fur, e'p.'cially of nealesio, are import with ieppor and salt to your taste, arc all was agreed, should bo tir rlrst allotment F.B.UILEY, Proprietor. ed to rival tnojo of ailver now in vogue. tho initred:ent3 called for; butter u largo for lsss. The amount will bo increased a tlr.L-n p1, 1.', ng dish and bake this miKture earth Those made of je: beidi nucd in from time to tune as the conditions of the 'IlKiroiiKlily Uoiiotalril anil Itcfiir-nlslir- tl coil with Ion; tael-- at the end will be for one hour; this will 1k long enough if trade demand lliritiiKliuiit. rirt.t'l(iNH Fart' the oven is hot when the dish is put in. The colored Knights of Labor in Macon, nml ronioiiulilo prl ( . Hay ami nlclit ot Tl.:s U t) oe served orn with black drwie', wntle other-with meut and lxUntoes da., arc moving colored bjaJa will match the color of toe as .1 v.'gitab..'. though with the addition of ment coniiMiny. in the matter of an improve- liilnoori- mrl liy poller I'lirlcrwof Dili There are to be two thou MT.tm. initilar lloimc. .sauce it takes tho place of sand shares at 3 a share, now a. ihe corJ ptssemeatens girdles are suiMr and a and each member pud ! :..: Is required to take two or more. Vit, tjie iq ioopa aod linka of silk cord without A Ma: bread-cakis mado thus. When Oflii on iiret, ceil door to Xioidt. The eoal fur girdles are a soft roll 'ho .lough fur bread is being made into KOuiso raised, they are to purchase &0 office Office houre frrm S to !J . ncres of land within Macon, 31 U.N ST , lllt'HJlO.Ml KY M.and 1 toSr. m. AnesthelltsidmlnliterttJ nearly three IiavtM leave enough in tho tray for two and divide it up in halftwo miles of bjut two inches in diameter, A SPECIFIC TOR. inn aero lots uiwi hii h 't&l-ls- r eceMarr. of mothey are to build themselves homes. yard lonif, and daibed at the ends with small loaves ; to this add a half-cuB. lasses, two eggs aud a good lump of butter 4 ilia of seal ekin pendant from iForagool TWe about the size of an egg; work In well with COCAINE'S RIVAL. lerie loop. They croaa the back at the the hinds, then add two cupful ot sugar, Ami clfn tc.l writ rurnlibH rromi, t!il Hotel 11X11 A I'oHrrful nt I'rrnt hii no luprlor, liool00rimplc ruuini ttUchM. waist line, droop down toward the front raisins, cumin's, cloves, powdered cinnaiot-l- y KTIUtft ti per iitj. mon and nutmeg all mixed together. It K110MII hi MeliK.;rpln. ( upprestcil and are fastened low on the If ft hip. rrtRuUr Joes not much matter about the exact proDr. J Herbert Claiborne. Jr., of New JL rufuaa Praintx anil THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Harper' Bam. portions, ovcept that the spices together York City, has written nn interesting ac And tbe Uulnllle ENSTRUATION or ! in lie but of a cup. Add count for the Mnhrn' li'r r, of ;i There has not been a bank failure in should lastly, work a quartertho dough eventhese through alkaloid, with which he has been OIITHLY SICKNESS, -China for 900 yeara, according to Ihe Lon-du- n ly, then form into loaves and bake in a mod- oxperiinentlng.and whose therapeutic value Tbls ipiilir enterprlie li fut coins to th liont 1 1FS. -: If taken the CHANfiK ItUgraph. The reason for this sound erate oven a dark brown. If tho dough is as a local aiitestehtic ho concludes will not at oneimoug the rorr t Fln In tho Utli. One year lor only 8.'t two P'pers for attle saffi'rinitaiid darlnc will be avoided OFfrf!ktid f lancr too stiif to tako up tho fruit and spices bo inconsiderable, especially In eyediseases 13TII SEPTKMBKU financerirjs in the Flowery Kingdom has esTbrlrnext luetlm Wins DOOk more than the price of one. .MEMAbI to wohxx, nullc.1 xn-l work iu with a littlo sweet milk. His own researches havo been coniincd to tnaCONriNOKS I I)AYs. In lulJItlon to UuADriiLli Ition-AToCo,, Atlaota, (la caped our learned British contemporary t; show ring premium thfjr oiler SI 200 In A siMft.n and delicious dessert is mado in its effects on tho mucous surfaces of tho t I liao-- t LTf ry ily hor-- i cllcl pur By paylnK us 13 you will roo. Ith lor oj year During thj rain of the wise Eapsrur Hi the following manner: Tako thrco heaping cyo and nose, but he thmks it may fairly bo l'l orrr the flnfil your home paper with the M. uJ trtcJ promptljr l the The imnngomfnt reprreenialire nowspar nf theriouth, democratFlung an edict was issued that upon tie teasjioonfuls of corn starch and mix in a reckoned as a rival of cocaine, and feels Imlfmllo traci In tho Iii-- e no palm or expetue to mko Ue ic and for a tarlri (or rnvenue only, and tb Iwst, cup of cold milk; put in a pint of milk and safe .11 predicting for it a wide tield of useprtd failure of a bank the heads of the president, the same of water family weekly In the t'olteJ brUhlest and in a porcelain kettle, and fulness In all departments of surgerv whero on nil the moetlrut rctlpie til otlirri. Cheap raloi rita'es. Thoio ablest desire to lUllroads tor both mm and btast, wlio examine a saiupli cashier and directors ehould be struck ofl when they boil stir in the corn starch; local aiiiusthesia Is desired. iIluc-Crufcopy of the Courier-JournH'.hiiv. lotlteU. can do kj at tbu oCJct N. Jl. IIOOXK, Secretary. and piled up in a corner with the other us cook live minutes, stirring constantly. Then Tho new drug is denvod from tho leaves aula, This eimple but earnest edict raj add a half cup of sugar; pour into toncuru of a tree very much resembling tho aeana 8hortoat and Quickest Rontu frorc C which have been tlrst dtpjied into cold Notice of Amondmout never been repealed and Chine'e bink etocK water; pour each cup half full and sot in tttnocnrnjn), and known in Louisiana ns the tral KentucKj to all Poiuts Nor' "tear-blanke- t tree." 10 East, Wflgt nnd Southwest th haa continued to be above pir and reproich until cold. When lee cold the The discovery of the drug was duo to an .. f&2tffi$9lK&&L Ww Fait l.lce Between doss.t is lit to le eaten. Kach cup should accident Mr. Uondinun a veterinary -- New York World. of be turned upside down on a saucer, and tho surgeon, while traveling through am IlU West .N(Il LKXI.OT A ' Since the drat issue of my tournal 01 ividdmj will turn out into a pretty mold. Feliciana Parhh, La., had occasion to npply riaie a teuspoouful of currant or other a iwultice to a swelling on the fetlock of Tbe uoderilgaril amend the nrticlea of inrror-atlootleia of marriage have been made to me Throu-- h of tbe tJtanfurd Keller Mill Company, adapttart j'jilv beside each little pudding and tlikets aLd Ucsc t .ettel at. by parties I never saw. From such a list serve with mill: sweotoned und llavored ono of his horses. Ho used tho llrst leaves ed Feb 17, ISS7, mil on that l.r r ""il. 'loitlnatlon rm re-'t-- pt hr tile I for rocord Hews ': that cunio to htind, saturated with hot 1 or lull piirlh V2II37 " any nn iaii int ..1 t I could undoubtedly select a curioaity with tiutmo!? and vanilla. water After making n free incision in tho In ihoC'erk'iottice of Lincoln counly, Ky , as company, or S F. II. JIOIWK, s: 1. A. FMI- - I.KV. DY DAYLICHT swelling ho was surprised to llnd that tho But the plain, ircrthv of murmnifyir.r. (len.I'ass. Trar. Ha". Aznt THE GENERAL RUN. l I. 1 ho Capital Stock ol .ild Cjmpaoy ball horse evinced not tho slightest feeling Ihrtuth tse CASCN5 ol NE.W RIVER and scroll Iht id that a few yeira rince I ac aaked truth Uirliialon. Rr Leitiu' n. V.i "GIMMES and (he BLUE RI0GC. patilni WHITE I III. K. HfNTiNl.T)N H.eTer. forty thousand dollars. of pain. 8"Mrmnv l.u i.aloulatcd that tliirty-twt tally met a crank face to face who had deneral UtUfes, Covntnn.Ky The leaves were afterward nnnlwed and II. The torporatlon shall at no tltni Incur a 8ULHNUR SHHIM1S and ether Summer Heiortt ol tie . million ix' soi.-- clai)lii0' liutuU would girdlo the courage to vocal.'z J his oSetiui. I a' tho eat ch. found to contain nn alkaloid to which debt rxieclln twenty lx thousand six hundred .'liUiil Mountains In Virginia. UJ lui antusthetic projiertlos were found to be ard fifty dollars. "'.TEST CUJIHSR CLIMATE 117 A1'22I:a. Snt positively refused, directly relented, SiNiixiNii the hair U ono of tho barbers' due. Tho T .1 A.I.ACKI.V, W.O. Wr.LCH, norily acquiesced. The fact is I au m tr- arts in England. It is ilunob u lighted hteiuKarpin.new drug is at present known as -. lnofullon Car Irom K nhi 'Hi loChS'lottei II WITIILIIS, II. SHANKH, i ued and have three youthful diuphters and tajor Ijeinj,' passiMi over the head in a Ureaklail to Supper; fro-- .1 d 1st to Oeeen T'l') FOSTI K. Fnl'.K'TUdltfl ) A I.mly JMitor'i I'll plcvlt.r. iwsitlon over thociunb, ho as to burn tho Dough.stville (0 a hu?bind. Inlu ouds of oa;h hair. This is supjwsod to pro-veI will hero state, writes the lady presid ' S0LIQ TRAINS Ml'h fULLVAN CARS lwldness and is charged for In addition ing over mo etiirortui itesMnies of tho II! j to the c- p cost of cutting. R. H. l(!a. Imluslrutl Woman, that since t ilsTlI.j. Clncicsuti, aa3 L"sis2t:a. AKenlttcky man, who, havin,' movtd In tho larijo colleges through tlio land tho llrst issuo of my littlo journal sixty-fouaway trout a town wtiere ne nac lonz lei-more or less, direct offers of marriage tl.ero is a tonn m u"e among studonts that tfixfiticr VaTI""lV"4,7BJ Thio Old uad Woti received a dun from hi old tipnliox in young '.adios who nro linown to have been mado to me, all from parties I t vttMIHMIIS9MMsBsHsssTHwftl maw Hotel Still Maintumo inme. He replied as follows; "My der hive formed the ncquaintauco of heveral never saw or heard of. From such a list 1 (JlOUlSVIllt IWAIBAT LHICAtO KT generations of collegians. They aro dubbed could undoubtedly select a curlo-titnir;h Ropiuut'iv . worthv w 1 Kill i nra aUonislml at you knowin' ha 'college widows;" and when onco a girl be- of mummifying. Hut tho plain, naked money outju tue een comes known by this term her hopes of truth of tho caso is that when I was just -- AKl hard li is to ;et A when you See me Eyery day you certainly getting a college man for a husband uro in passing out of my teens a fow years since I Iti Proprietor i Doterminna actually mot a crank face to face. Ho had lbaviho norn act curious to ?end me a bill way tt! here vain. it Shall bo riocond to no Conatrv tho fearless courage to vocalize his offering, This latest statistics glvos tho city of ChiConnects In same depot In Washington Icr -iJill I fear that yon Air loin' vore mmd-- ' Hotel in the State in iti Faro. cago a population of w,0(JO, with iWrt nnd it being tho llrst, with nogardian anglo LOUISVILLE A CIXCIXXATI BALTIMORE, to impress my dream.-- , of the delugo which Appointments, or Attenf Arkanaw Traveler. churches, 27 asylums, 'JO dispenaries, 111 Datly, see tiro to travelers PHILADELPHIA, was to tion to Comfort of li, schools and academies, M) public directlyfollow, I at llrst iwsltlvely refused, NEW YORK. There ia a hotel for colored people n schools, and U00 newspapers and periodicals. relontcd, shortly acquiesced. Tho their Guests Direct routs to Htratoza which is evtremely eelect in im The cty has .',ii. saloons, furnishing a factls.I am inarriedand have three vouthftil LYNCHBURG, daughters and a husband. Gentlemen, HaKKige will be conveyed 10 and from lie li HMD SERVICE way. Mr, Broughton, the proprietor is Ufg-- ' portion of the employment of 1,7s1) becomo desperate; there are hundreds don't THE free of charge, .Special accommodation DANVILLE, lawyers, and 2,415 groceries, materially nnd to Commercial Travelers. The liar will And all poind In Among the leailmg to tho occupation of 1,375 doctors. atid to ba worth S200.000 thousands of chances left for you yet. aippllsd with Ue choices! VIRCINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. ueata this year have been several youcg Tiikiic resides in Santa Uosa, Mexico, a raids of Llqiors and Clears. Ever attempted between tho ureal commercial l I "our llnrn. Uhl) 111 ver aud Vltleitlin, and hence tbo colored women of wealth and position negro man who i from all accounts, tho A romai kablo quartette of t rottiiiL' -E- XCURSION tbe lastost time and most comfortable trains beTICKETS IN SEAS0N- .iu Two of them wore diamonds of great oldest nun tiow living year tho world. His drawing 11 phaeton, drove out tween all points In theMoiifi, or to the 1'ent 175), when ho history dates from the WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE. counterpart of tbls train aud XortlnceHt. The the main gateway of V7aft So. 2 was born In Dorchester, H. C, malting his morning recently, says Thorndalo Stud ono on all trunk Hues Is denominated The Utitit-ei- l Sjiirit ot thr Timet, Ho. I stock w emDally IN KKKKCT JUMK5, '37. 8TANKOBD, KY. Mr. I'uIIman pays $30 a quart fcr his age 14") I'n'il tlvo years ago this aged per- and tool: their way at a dignltlcd pace ploy E.cvreKH. The superb rollln Dally. Ex. Hun, glvua patrons t'ltllmtteil Comfort, who-iname James James, In all If be could only be induced 10 son, light chores, isbut within the was able through the beautiful Dutchess vallev. Tho you will findCoupon Ticket Ufficeatickets,the 8outhl, brandy. WALTON BROS. - - Propnotojs. last tlvo leaders were the famous stallions Thorn-dalto do rny Jlo-noiour time tables and 7 30 II .n fi Aft Atn set Motion and stick to motion, If T.wn ryulavlll pay $15 per quart and u?e,the other $5 in yfjrs ho has been rendered almost helpless S:'.v2'4. ami Nil Desperandum, 2;2I, you want to save uionoy nnd have a pleasant JourII 00 p iu 11 JO a m I Arr Islington- buying feathtri with which to enlarge tbe through rhoutuutlsm In his lower limbs. and tho Wheelers Daisydalo, !2:I! K.O.MrCOKJtICK, !!nVh!l1.8u!P.h;,s.'Kfri.,!S!,.'ill,??nBn!!? and ney. S"iBloBtage,20xV). Eljhtconudetesetsof Been 11 p a General Passenger Ai;ent. Chicago, Acehtvin cave In tho mountains of Edward Thorno, 2: 1iV4 Iu tho carriage sleeping cars we would like ery. Besting capacity, Including gallery, tfl. pillows in his City Ticket Aiteiils nnd OUlcers: Jo. Arizona is guurtknl by u most forbidding wero seated three sons of tho ''J'lmondNews .maciion. .oi?!:"' ;?5,"a New York, bjtter.-Kichea- ter, master E. A. 227 lib Ave., toulsvlllfl, Ky. Newport " it much seutlueL It l.-- tho corpse of 1111 Indian of Thorndalo 11 CO p iu 7 00 p m Tho occa.lon was an I. M; Toukknck, I2-- Vine St., Cincinnati, O 11 Old i'olnl Comfort sepjaw who was slain, it is thought, among affectionate tribute from tin Union. 7 40 p in " Norfolk To r !IH y tec M 9 0 p in 8 23 p m ' "urlj llntl,-- , itmtlr a number of Tonto Indians who wero at his younge.U son, 111 honor of his father to " Washington attaining Ia II 25 p in 11 23 p ui A Hock of "homing pigeons" from Cin" Baltimore mmr? 't t)AT3. H known t.ulfjrtnaith.rl tacked by a party of whites In W Kecont majority. Neither jmlr mWl TO oot itTl nl (,lt;i, sol I ennti 11 1'hlladelplila 1 03 a m a CO a m i' ever hitched Wt hive JvucsrtQU, cinnati, recently released at Little Rock, reports by prospivtors iu tho Squaw l'eak double until tho previous woie HDUGEOW DKIV-lri; ' V0 n 6 20 1 n. VSYW ssusBirlour,. sMff, and in erry day. New York t a. ttiifitcaMtltUiti .i. aTAliFOUii, Ark. relumed to the former city, a distance range aro that the gastly guardian fitlll , a wrd.ni b7ih, maintain.-silent watch over tho remains 12 hours. No (Jimrtfi- - Own Tliflc. For Tickets, Rales, Infriiiitlon, etc.. apply at Alcolt X Mil, of over 500 miles in les than . J , rje uuuth lide of its dead companions, presenting a wiord Ticket oltlceor address K.ivunmih has a company of female mil-itlllu.l.in. N Y. a uiyors iiotel v 11, iv rn,i.i:it. rate of their travel nearly appearance as it orouehes at the entranco Clnclanatl.BMTal v. This made the Tho company is onipOHwl of thirty-f.v, 21. Mtrnus Uxiut u (ien'l P.ui'f Agt. ' '.M V te President, . t ...i.i... OoUtiy Diuf jlitw SO ixiiltd nu Lour. Louisville, Kr. Itlcbiuntd, Vii. '.v.iu'.'u, It.. l ILsiAzzs, Uccbtu. M; 41.00. y corn-starch- ?a IEtt A.NIVXJM, CAH11. Golden Spociflc. It rati lieRlieuliinciipotcotrccor tea without tlic kti.'ultilno ut tlio person takltiR It ; Is alisoliitcly harmless ami wilt effect a permanent ami speedy cure, whether the patient Is a nimleratn drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands ol drunkards have been made temperate men whohiue taken (iolileu Hpcclnc IntliDlrcolleo without their knowledge, and tiellet n tliey quit drinking of their own free will IT NKVKIt KA1I.S. llio system once impregnated with the Knecllle It becomes nn utter lmossilit for thelliimir appetite to exist. For full particulars, address liOLDKN SPKCIFIC CO., 185 IUco st., Cincinnati. 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