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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887091601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mma WuUn Iitt&fiff mtrtiaI. -- SW VOL. XVI. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887. GEORGE O. BARNES "X-II- NO. 264. dp the corner stone. I thought it admirable. MI. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. It wa a typs at well a a sacred pledge. O, Florence Washing Machine, ! ! Boy Bray has another girl at hts if men would only subordinate their huea I hare tiOimht the rlahl In anil Iha l'lnnM GOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE to the bible, house. Wl ' 'IeIlv' Washing Mebineand am now prepared to ftirnlth instetd of tning holy scripture cuttomirj In uu Ticinii7 eTcrvinornlnif nt ataalord John Lunizi bui'ding a dwelling on all Who 111. r with tn (urn thblr rlnfhua fr.ici II.A to prop their preconosived notion, what a lubliliianJ tearing incident to t he old process ot washing, Take one sn J try It and I convinced. Two CenlH Per Pound. chntch we should speadily behold! "Clear Geniry Avenue. 1'ItA.IHIC 3L,01tl. I II not worrv you nbout Inlying unless you are Mr. LKdiin died of lliix on Skaggs fully satlifieJ as to Its merits. ai the sun; fair as thr tini'; terrible at an Lkmnhton Hep.eniber 10, lSt7. creek la-- l week .11. KI.KIX, army with banners." Headquarters at f. S. Myers' store. Uhak I.VTr.moif Thia da's recall to S. it ;. it. tie no it: Mullin- - S: inclelon have built n new I don't know how the Olmypa will "lind the roarini; Mini; we bjyn of an curlier ni Allium. make it I preached and nr nved fithiiillv E. tr IMI.I to dim... I doubt if tho modern to M N. Langford ha built u new dim forward the doctrine of the little tin box aJhool bit have o much M heard that and devoted H the "furies" of dirord the, acr.i Roundtons at hi mill there i anyihiu; ieculiar in the hiilory of Jstnes Cummins hnl a valuable msre tint daring violator nf theewcrod cmnpoot I A .WILMS, KY. thi treat rpublic linked with tin mem to die from snake bite a few days sincp. Hull know too well what the saurian Tho Latest Novelties of the Season. orablndar. A few II net- - nf our old pairi I he neeersor snd his deputies Hat rem ned v hit eVant nw tmlldlu oppo devil on do, to ba wholly eangiune a to are out may nlihieii Ihem, .r erve to oticditty aiw ui I'm eaii'i iann 'ur l:reP,r i Ii their blanks 4' Notions, such interviewing the people. ru loarcommrKltlB theispublic w(III tine, plu.irea and full,, IluoMni, as Handkerchiefs. thn refill. ICery little help, bit' the Vo'i Cir.eU, rofreih ii half furuotten memory: .lliMeitoD guar., will And me at tuo rfloms lately vicat'ed etc Hm John Ciimmins ami Miss Melissa Hir-net- t, iruin lauiUKrapniiu lite slit), "woll" by yet "lain down with the teed. ' The 10th ul Beptouiber. Wsrren, rioxt door to the ITerv llnnai. of the Brush Creek neighborhood, lamb," nor the "leopird with the kid," I."t ii all rem.Hmer , K.I TE Ii VI) O tut A It. A lone aithegloon it. uili m'I rouiJ, though the good time i cruuing when they were married IsstTnnrsday Feed, Our'.rneil uurlriM (H AVHKS. -- Mr. E M. Danny, a merchant and disJIrL wore ien, ahull. JAS. II. OIVK ii, To milt. tb protij d AND i.r.u Urltaln Notary Public O.d Jacob Criwright naid he bail rct-le- d tiller (,f Level Green. he.s old out his lIH(ldwll." ! long with tha problem and had pray, good In'ersst ther and moved to Hti'. who know. I'ouimolore I'err now? HstIds-rente- d the stablo on Deint street, I am, l'erhap it U 1ii to tnritet tho nlrife of fully tried to fiod out what a Dip.M "un-io- n set. , to train meeting" meani; but never could make Willis Adams has gone to Louisville to prepared County and break horses on reasonable daft-- . thne "We lie brethttvi,'' aa Ahram terms. Court day trade solicited. Sit Fifth Ktreet. it out. An, me.' O ir "evangelical alli.n-c(h- " lay in a large stcck of goods for the firm of aid to Lit. I irmtuiher how Me iiomI to Jftnx i.a.ttii'EXTim.Ky. btanlord, are hollow mice after oil. Scarcely L. B. Adams and by next Monday it will ICY. aini; it a half ctiturv uwo, though UoTias 3 ntid 5, (Vomle Blork long euoush to bury the dead "on either be opened up at prices that are even below 1 wet to wrltM n brief account of t!ie aide." "Tell it not In Out!" rock bottom. lueetini; at PEARSON & CLARK, Hut the sweet reunion of happy soule William Rentier was married to Mist OLYMPIAN Sl'UIMIs, one in the THLTit so dear to all -c- ame to Henrietta Pitman Thursday. Miss Bettie, not "imply fir ontiniiiiy' Hnkc, but be . b. an end, and Monday, the Clh, saw u plow- - agister of the bride, and Mr. Sherman Proprietor. ciimo it wa really n notworthy ttUherin ing our way through the terrible dust to Xcely, ate to be married next Thursday. I ouitht not to leve Moreheid without TliorotiKlily Itciioratril ami Itrfur-nlslie- il LEXINGTON, KY. the station. A turnpike is being made to Conductor Jim Rrown bad a large bug llirouu-lioiit- . First-clas- s ncknnwlcdk'ini;, howt-re- r Fare IH te 11 brii rl r, the cood Miv,.m to get into hi eir Tuesday while at June West anil ronsoiialilc prlcra. Ilay mill night i work Will did in the two werk' meeting the Spring', which will bring them much nearer to the traveling public. A "inoiiti. tion City and had to go to Danville to have InliiHiirc met hy polllo I'urliTMof IIiIm j he lili! by ilav and nich' before we (atn. popular IIimisi-- . tain it even a mile, i I am etlre it did tral tiontl, in the L'tneral gull"road," of flidioiifewgeneration.a "gre'tt theremoved. Tom Hutchison looked after helf cord to Jellico. to our Come aifletiiint of men' ni'nd toward eicS olh to think of it, I don't know that Thn triil of Martin Dixon, charged er, and in preirini: the wa7 f.ir a better MT VERNOH, KY. i a Ji.vi.vsr., iiiciino.Mi.KV fir wo-- when I remember the with stealing a pistol from Mrs. Fry, came .f thl"K than Knwsti hat "een for oti" "lute diecouifort of a crowded hack and tho dole- up Tue'day before Judge Colyer and a jury many a day. (jwI grant ii' B. n This old and Hotel Is still Ulnlng Us Sue reputation. Chargo.1 rwjonable. OlywpmS iiinn, on tha N. .V ,'c M. V. ful tretch between the car and Kigby; Thirty daye's work on the street was the ell furnisliwl rooms, thi Hotel Spwlalatuntlon tothe traveling public. railroad, i I'j mile wim o.' Morehead, and Cumberland Fail; Hoik Ciatle, or evtti reward Dixon roceived for the part he ADdileanacd hai no superior. Uool fauiplo rooms attached my beloved Dripping Spring, be.it of them played in the transaction and be has formji. xEircnjin, Pror, the Spritw of the "aim nann are two and n y CTKatcsJiOOpcrday. Mt. Vernon, Ky. all. It i not agreeable to have nothing to ed the ecnuiinlance of a wheel barrow and a half milt onUi of the "tation. llnched look at but the comparative size of the is enjaged pushing it up and down tho n s. MasTi.-f- . over a ilmly rodcilt up bv heavv haulint', J.NO. M. PKBKI.-O- . The Cclored Jtachen' Institute gretl hore-h"i- e that tin uneasily abjut street BaoctttAD, Kv., May, U37. Lam-ti:iKy, Stptcmber tJ, 7, 8, 0 h lying in the uiual mountain iucer; Mr. J. W. Mullins epesking of the and thru-- t their lancet beak into the quivAlbright ST. CLOUD HOTEL, friends au4 A Martin ol to lolorin their many lies motintainaof mmt grirtful and customers ho change In lirui cams Uartird and l.ticitn cotltititn held a ering hide of the sweating, panting ani- scarcity of good apple trees, claims thrt it to varied outline lending their familiar en joint institute The branches taught in the mal tint drag tneir weary load up Hud i owing to the fact that all nursirr trees COIt. i.ND 1 JEFTKltSO.V STS , 3IAICTI. A PEKIiIXN. Trie O ympian com won tchojl were tljcroiu'hljr diectii"el chantment to the "Cetie down seemingly interminable hills. It are grafted and that but few of these trees l although them i a all aulp'iur, Tuo new firm horxs notonly to sustain the repbj 'JO tOJChtu Tl.e adoptrd the wat"r utation of tbeold, - - - KY., provements in the but Intends to otmake many Imgo'l chalybeate "pring a few hundred need a yery nm cjlored journey's end to evir live over 12 or 13 years and if they do following rresiutionc manufacture tobacco which the fruit, if they bear any, is never sound. enable oue a second lime to face a stage-ridwill be to the Interest ol our customers. We will nil vard Hftitl, Tint f, tbr lac: em o' tiir-rai- d ecroe awiy broed ii black 'u'phur ditto deTotcspec al attention to our Natural Leafbrands Tne old seedling tree he says is tbe only of ten or twelve miles in July or AuVAX F. T.YOXS, Prop. meadow iuth of the the of Kentuckj'a best lesf Thanking you for past ami I.iacohi rouniitK, end n petcion ofill laVlnr tn a f Anllnnnllnn nt .. gust, over tie avenge mountainjroad. fl rename intng in me way of an apple tree .!. ' hotle Tbee Bte roHateral. I'd ealt StreOt CITS paSB thO IlOtOl for till we remain Hespfctfully jour. to our lik'i nlirr c U I r. i; We are having a glorious meeting in that can be dependel upon for fruit and t 5 6m 31.1 Ht IS ITMKIXS. thtui to aid the leachera in iccuniik; a pr.c etilphiir give not irie'y to the pUce, and Lexington. "Tne third time's the cLarm," long life. He bases his claims upon his Depots Tho Exposition, Race verv jti'tlv, ! think At tirt I Intth , lical law for tue mtuihljr piyuirnt of iach-ornd there ruu-- t bs something in lit. The long experience with orchards. ed ll, then endured, then beciuie n ju Courao, and all placos of to io into (fleet on the pmxe uf the There is a movement on foot to pipe burden and heit of trying day, long pist, UR.I.S.UUIIDETT, "innntelv fond f ii, a men do rf tn, that bill. intorost. Spocial ratos cheerfull bjrne for the Mailer's sake, are the Town Spring up to the court house and they nt firt recoil Ironi and afterward fall - I, ThM te liearulr rtcouiiiind l'lltir OCULIST. already forgotten in the tiearly reception of west cod of town by hydraulic ram. This to Merchants and J. S llatnaway nn . prt.fic.eiit inmruclor in love with.monitor ul m-- h lildeoui the TliUTH, by the great crowds that night- ii something the town has needed for years. BUODHEAD, KY. Commorclal "Vice li mtln, and ill. uk hlui fur bin excellent inalrtic-tioily to hear more and yet mure of A number of the rendents have no wells Th.t to be ilreaJM need. Iut U he Kn Man. Has had anextmrlpnr nl nrnr riftum .vn.r. on.l and thoso who have are bothere! about getHut ..enlooolt, liialllir with It (ice, ii. ErcrioJesut, o.i all the aubjtcUon the prokiramuie na Oeo. 0.Baksfs. treated (Hi lir-- i . --. . i mi aieeessfiillTisgireaio hundreis of casesall Bps- -IIATFH We Srtt pity, thru eoJure, an J then embrace." tae treatment or .nuuiiuu ailand the lire inltr.a. he unnifified II r ting water during a drouth. Bj all menus 'se.Aanf.UA... eyes. Nimeand address ot patients I hould hope for the honor of our o Jt the inntlttlle Dragging a harrow oyer the plowid let us have water and plenty of it such as com iunru gucu uu .jipiuaiioa iiutMireii. r:otiin. 8J, That We endor.e Hianlord the mnn humanity that tha Lite fir ealt sul- ground is one of the hardest tatks that the old spout spring can furnish. Tne outplace fur hnldiliK our next j lint inilllulr. phur i in evrr ca a itrictly acquireil bore have to do in farm work and teams lay will be small and considering the many are often tmpoed,upon whilejdoing it. The benefit to be derived from such a work it To tho Citizon of Lincoln County: h, That we extend our thank, to Silpt one. I can hardly conceive a palate so toJ.T. Iliucbtuan far hia fnendlr iiiterrt, tally depraved a to fancy it ' from the walking i hard fur bo'.h driver and horees is dttticnlt to ttadersUnd why it has been Having recently equipped a fine Jloller Mill in daily .I'tendance and in fiirniililin: tie nee word gr." People cime far and near to te( and the former i often tempted to ride ci delayed so long. tho town ot fiuufjrt ttat we def any Mill to' we think tbe ot In tbe examining trial of the negro equal tnqualttr of ilour, county pride citizens to j the curative virtue of this fountain of heal- ther on the harrjw or on one of tha horse, eaaarr thins to ik'UI in tho nuccejltil thecountr ahouM hare onoujb patronize and sustain the same iV'e with to in-- 1 ing Mr. Aull i a obliging a hot at you not thinking or caringwhal the consequenDixon Monday, Mrs. Fry became inc3nssd on of the intitule. form wboui It may concern that we are in the at some of the defendant's teitimonr and market to buy our wheat and corn and will al- 5.b, Thet we exlrcd our ilnnk. to the will find anywhere and reix a table etrictly ce really are. St. Louis Republican. waya give thttbigtiest market price lor same. Wei when court adjjurned for dinner she atA little more "eprlng" inhisbed people rf Ijinca.ier (or the hnapitnhle treat rare added some new muhlnery to oar corn meal Miss Knitn Hicks, a rural belle of Hendepartment and csn now make meal to suit any i the only criticl igettion 1 cm think derson county, wa to marry John Rucker, tempted to shoot tbe prisoner who wai in person. It cannot be qua led by any other Mill lu merit during the work chirge of Jimes Prewitt, while they were this vic'nlly We noil it a trial In our Hour and ith, That we extend our thank to lie to in ike, afier t wk' d'lignlfiil journ who had been her lover since childhood, on meal department. All having grain In our line ollieiaU of the ISip:it church for tl c at the O.ruinitn Spriig At preent there next Wednediy, but on loraale will Mill, where latt Thursday she paainp out the court housa door A ecuf-t- le can be found pleise call nt who will gWe our agent at all times, i a t in') of ir the best smiled in wit ch Prewitt received a cut prices lor il'c of the church and the atxtoii. iir hi th. lt'ter half of the proved fatthlesi to IvJcker and eloped with sime tirm d ntd ship stuff always iu in the hand from the hammer of Mrs. Fry's lock. 7th, That a copy of the resolution of the naui", that a pinker w.,utd lav hold of at a feather renovator man named G. W.X.l'OTrH.Stll''t, T. lltn-net- t, -- 31 If Stanford Holler Mill Co. ' pistol. Hhe stopped a blow from Prewitt's lnotltuie bo tent to the Intkiuok Jouunai. one; even I'll" cmnecion" with whom she had met but three limea be fist with her head and teclined upon the the very fine alliMlon conwyed in the chi fore. Hjiineti'ii of Sim. ford, for publication. Notice of Amoiiilmout honu is in McLean countv. floor for a nuuient. I am repecifully your, lybente form in which I unintentionally Bfstanders interferred 10 South Kentuckian. and brought the wr to a close clothed thi rtthrr involved end enigmat J amis D Wamckii, tWrA ten of Hrowti-"Iltd- lo, I'.obtneon; what's your dollar fine wh entire! against the pistol. ic! ntence. Otr charming pirty con Ti '.'" K jbir in (out of breath ) "Don't SLllenl crop of tnnu'(e urfn itel i' i i ulrivi i John hurrj Fishie" is hi again and will reThe undcrjlgned amend the articles of Incorporlhi ar in the vioitiily .if thiii nil f and Hie Wuolci'n ao fun ' ', fr mi hnoi'ier; Job deism mi; I've just heard that my house is main for two veiks. Judge John Gooden. ation of tho btanford Holler Mill Company, ndopt-e- d high pilt'e- - iierailiuc in ('incinnati ami h. Iliitler, from K.tlton, reii(-io- ; on tire " Hrowii -- "Tain's loo bad. I wis Hev, of Bill oiii'i', pt'iel through town Wed Feb. 17, 1837, and on that day filed for record other W'lcrn citiiM ha. enabled. a number (iorge W DiiiNp, front Indppsndjncc, going to ask you to have a drink." Robin, neilay from Girrird with l J younj mulet In the Clerk's cttice of Lincoln county, Ky , ss n of linrk faraicra to make a h indoume profit Kentuccv; s: J.nn Patrick fri-- "Bloody ineon "Well, I'll go youoni; but we'll M. T. Cr.ift dowa to Lebinon Wed I. The Capital Stock ol sill Company shall be ihia iea.on Ode cen'leninn on MiMtomtrr have to be n'lick hbout'it."-Ne- w .S York nosday. Wonder if he iin't looking ;" IJAt.in, Mm Miggie OXTXl.23S up a forty tbousuid dollars. Itulje Iiiih tnaile over $1 000 in hi" crop liright an CjI, M ue, riut Wltichetcr-l-'rinun. Scratches, Contracted newspaper' Mr. Henry McGie, of London, It. Tho corporation shall at no tlmo Incur a Sciatica, raided in two acrti and a ha.f, nt anctr.i r Sprains Muscles, debt exceeding twenty six thousand six hundred Lnmbago, Hivag, froui Cincinnati; Mi-- Lrdi It take a prohibition campaign to ehotv was here talking revenue to the boys Tue. Rheumatism, Eruptions, Strains, larutur nn the other Klde of t lie river IiHe Moore and Mr. Lib. ICeritl, from Cillet''-burg- ; 2J5-tday, Xate Erans and W. D. Livesay aio and filly dollars. what tue bet citizens of a community Burns, Hoof Ail, Stitches, W.O. WIXCII, (.. A. LACKKV, made J600 o fir on etch e.cre o' a ten acre thete, with fr:n I fr mi O vmxirilte, think of eiciolhur. Toey (think nothing of taking in the firework Stiff Joints, Screw Scalds, and city. Mace 8. U. SHANKS, H. S. WITHERS, plant. (). hern have done equally m well, who droppjl in tor a d'v, or 'irrieil for a Stings, Worms, Backache, denouncing enciother as "amities," "liars," Mtller i ruining the switch board at Pine FOllKjTUjKEII). TII05, FOSTKR. and befjru the reuou ia over it ia oliinatvd night, made up ai ci inn nz a ')('. .tl circ'o Swinney, Galls, Bites, "paid hireliui" and all that son cf thing. Hill tint week. Pascal While will move Braises, Saddle Qalls, Sores, that the tomato farma will nil the uwnera a i one could with for. Tni style of Mrumiui leave wotiuds that to Kimville next week Washington Bunions, Files. Spavin f7fX) pr acre. -- fChatlanooisn Time. The tneetiiufl were held in the Corns, Cracks. to attend school at the are neyer healed. -- Atlanta Cjnsiitution. Prewitt left Tue-da- y D & D. Institute at Danville 0)1. Tdtn Ochiltree played cuti1 at the d.ty and night, and i.i tho opsn air both Dr. Doores, THIS COOD OLD STAND-BA lady stood hanging to tiie s.rap of a i .r to wi o' Crab Orchard, is attending Mrs. Francis a i 'inpllsbes for everybody exactly what (.claimed Uarletoti Citib until very the other Sundtys when tne ci-CHICKEN .St. Paul horse car, when a',.workiiigman in I in I f r Ir, One of tho roasons for tho Kroat popularity ot tie i latin iprw deCurtis, near Maretburg, who has been sick niylit nnd nfter he ot oiiMidd he ctcod ba noe j n inlue tho Mustang Liniment Is fouudlnlts universal voted to the followtr of Terpichcre. For the far corner arose and ollered her his et. for some time. A mvhileon the aidewalk meditntint;. applicability. Everybody nccita such nmedlctnc. "I thauk you,"mtd siie in a very eweel Cure ! The Lumberman needs It In cnsoofaccl lent. approached and Kruflly xaid "Move the week daya wo fond it largi enough. A UiiANi) Old Man in Maine. There Tho IIoiiNOvrllc needs It for gcueral family ui Will took the day airvio and I tho night tune, "but I dislike to deprive tbe only "It'ji your move," replied the Cblo-non." Tilt; t'linnlrr needs It for his teams and bis mei. is living at present in Waterville a pentle-ma- n Uro. Osirije DunUp alto preic lei fir in, gentleman in tbe car of hia seal." nbiMiiitlr. Hilly Elw.irda' timely arriv Tlio .llfchuulc needs it always on his wi.r To years of aj;e and a I Ii A bench. Mrs, Mary Hyatt, a handsome woman l aaved the gallant Texan frr.iti the lock mott earntly an! oloijmntly. apecimen of manhood today, who never Tim Mlucr needs It In case of emergency. lened to liim 1 coil 1 only think the il.ur of 13, tried to kill herself by chloroformN. Y. San. up. It. The l'louccrncedilt-cait'tgetalonswlthdrank a cup of tea in his life, never used L'JUD 'ir one, at leutt, outside our ftuiily, ing, asphyxiation and strangulation but Tho I'iii'iiut needs It In his house, hia stabi. They tell of l,very cultured divine in whodero'eia vlnroua manhood to the tobacco in any form, never drank or bought and his stock yard. failed in each. Domestic troubles caused EL BHKVSkvBM Ikj The ijtciimbont mnn or the llii.itiiniii necdi a glass of any kind of liquor and never took lioslor, who, instead of yinc: "The col- propagation of tlm glorioit truth of '(.) id It In liberal supply ntloatnnd athore. htr to want to shulll oil' her mortal coil. the name of his God in vain. If there lection will no ir bt) taken up," impreanively isLOVFand Nothing Hlse." Toe "liar-veneeds It- -It Is lit. liet The Ilorse-rniirlExperience is a good teacher, but her were more in tho cotuinc generation who ' friend and safeat reliance. ruiarki, "The accumulation of moneys Is very great" and the "laborers are need It- -It will savo him r The j will now etnue " Hut a Philadelphia indeed few," as of old, but none may tell rales of tuition arc high. Observation is followed his example undoubtedly there thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. n ureal athlete and lover of uporta, how great shall bo thn Ingathering The Itullroad nmu needs It and wilt need It when another teacher who could take the place of would be ut) cause of the complaint often Ions as Ills Uf o Is a round of accidents and dangers. experience in many cases at a mucn lees heard of the alarming decrease in Ameri forgot hinnelf once and Mild: "Here end-et- h once the sacred "retpini-hoak- " shall do its The llnckwoodsmnii needs It. Tliero Is nothexpense -- Western Plowman. can muscle, sinew and health. Another the first inmiii; let m pray " Texaa allotted work. ing like It as an antidote for tho dangers to life, limb and comfort which surround tho ploncvr. SitinuIn the afternoon of the second Sunday, "Will," said til. Petsr, opeuitig tlm gate, quite interelinc fact is that the gentleunn, needs It about his store amonn The although well and hearty, and doing his stilling cloudj of dust, to "wli-- are you?" "I'm a bae ball umpire." his employees. Accidents will happen, and when A ciliijit of Cincinnati went oh" to Ku. we ro le, through these come the Mustang Liniment Is wanted at once. of a "union church" at "Come in, what is left of yon, my poor man, day's work on the farm with the best, hts rope and left four gas jeta bUzine away in lay the corner-ston- e Thousands of dollars worth of economy. Kecpalloltlulu tho House. 'TIs the best ot Olympla, on the railroad. The service U is those who sutler most below who find never passed a night outside of his own chickens for four month. lie baa ollered hi hoc die every year from Cholhome for 15 years. This indeed seems an Keep n Ilottle lu tho Factory IttlmmedUtt was shade era. It is more fatal to chickens than thn- - cntnptny $SOO,000 to settle the bll', fromina the verr "open," with scant of the etriest entrance here." use In case of accident saves pain and loss of wages. odd circumstance few trees to temper the heat they want an even million and heM all other diseases combined. Hut the but Keep a Ilottle Always) la the Stable far Enthusiastic youth on tbe Pleasant At Baltimore Monday, the anniyersary uio when wanted. discovery of a remedy that positively Detroit Free sun. Hut the people ;the ically endured Heach roller cotster -- Let 'er go, Gallaghei! probibly have to), pay it. the discomfort while I praiched a long serd Timid lady-0- .i, Pre. p'etsedon'i, Mr. Galla- of the battle of Njrth Point, in the war of cures it hasbeen made, and to be mon, as is my wont. The peculiarity of 18 l'J, was celebrated. of its efficacy only requires a Amonjr those who gher, I'm not ready.-Pittsb- urg Cnroni-cle- . "Mouey saved is money made," end tho service lay in the shape of a tin box, participated were three men who took pait trial. A socents bottle is enough for CENTRAL one hundred chickens. chicken saved from the ravage of cholera containing controversial tracts ftom the in the eugauement, aged respectively 92,03 It is guarA recent estimate places the population and 93. Mrs. Wfzibeth RICHMOND. KY. s If, after using are three denomination) of christians who ex by Gnnter'a Chicken CnoleraliCure of Bands, agfd 09, anteed. Ailvnniairi-i.- . Full Pepsrt a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly II. dthy I nt -- I in the lie.ut i.f (iiuivalent to chickena raided. Till reme- pect to worship in the union church, and of India at 'JJ.'l.SOl.SL'l. There are 10.0C0,-00- 0 whose brothers were also among the dei f Mu U lllilot!rHireiriiii li.'.pilableconiiiiuii. of urable Nml that lwi not been fenders, was served with a fine satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken by .Mclloberta & on top of these the blesasi bible. This was acrei dy i old and cuararileed ty. M.iderito xnriitii, f..ut " .'l. Attenilanm dinner at la at eil(u .In, from Nl rM:sst0N ores Cholera, return it to the undersigned deposited in a neatly chieled receptacle in touched by the plow. i2t Stavti; t her home in memory of tbe event. r full srrr. II. Iv.7. Hi uml Catalogue, und your money will be refunded. trriyto L. H. BLANTOH, D D.,ClianccNor. Dr. Hrown ami the Mlst Twidwell have returned from Wnshinclon, well plear-e- d with their trip. Ii ivn never wm stir pri-e- d Ht anythin,: during hia whole lusto ry, until hn broke upon the supremu lovi. llnees of the presiding lady of the nation He sought in vain for word' !n which to ilf rcribe her surpassing leiitr, Mlmiipled to ijuole souie of tin fnhlr ol in! r j Hiiil 'jf polity Mint ilifii K.tiiu't pro family swore thn Helm nt liur was a full lirtC'lw)M(M ill Ktyp' it ffiiihi, the Vmtts tie Medici lildioUH atui .Mother K'e n ill tutted Hb.imoi). -- i. II ii itikfoid, foruiily cinim of lhi ojuntjr, widely knuwuand tioivt-iaal'esteeunI, tiled Saturday t the liouiecf hi eon, in Ccr CMjiiir Hi remain w,re Inid to rel timidly hr " "I'l" of his be IotwI vifoMt Mr. Kiui CoHKtiV, tho .;d Main hiirjrlnit kiojiiiI. Mr. ii'ackfucd was u ntlivs uf VtrginU, I bliHV; i man without uilp an I without reprosci. i'os-nt- d cf it clear, iliriuilnatinK uiind, he was accural in iiUjiidKuietil, linn m In conviction mid steadfast ia Ins irifrnJil.ii"-I'i.death of hia wife, wluoh cecums! uiarijr jears at;o, crushed his spirit mid left him ilssuUlii. II wan lung nil etli rliinr of t&e I'riMbjrierisn church at tin place. At the breaking oil I of hie war lie aliuoueJ hluiK.if to Wol'orif cw.lrjr, wiili I he I an I; if lltiltrtiant, mid though of a deliole f shared the roiKMi oampilgjiini: body until tl.o war htiil cudr-d- . tiat Ihirintf, the last 'l'i Jer he w.ts Willi !tneui ber. of the Iii fsuiilj either in or j Hi- - only Kiirvifin Taylor county chit ilren arc two sons, otto of whom i living in Ca-Till- - is wtii the other i'l I iMiiom let) in order that hi circle of c ol hie inuiutncv UMjr bs e.irlr app.-ipeiletui.e. c 1 1 y, IRAKIS ', ICE rej-iU- 'nvt-Tinniif- i H.FOX, 3ZjiibKari2it'r. 111 lG2-2i- ii Livery, Training, -- SALE STABLE AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW (19-ty- LOUlSVIJjLli, r riley, Wliolesale Grocers 203-C- :Inln a. "fa-tid- i- WILLIS HOUSE, '3firEWi1IB r. JSIOJQ J. WILLIS, Proprietor. 201-l- lur M-o- i ampi-thn-itri- ctl THE ie LOUISVILLE, e repre-tniHii- .' - NOTICE. 1 car-rrl- ng I firat-cUi- hr. ''niid BEAST! Articles Incorporation. !e(" 1 ps,l Mexican Mustang Liniment 1 hill-roo- Y 1 I Cholera el, g I out nt I er MocU-uroHc- clei-cvma- ! - i con-vince- UNIVERSITI f.K-e- two-third- Kvitm-diin- i luri-rii- StmMSRctltli! $nlmor$ournai Stanford. Ky., - . -- stEIGHTEEN AND INfal KUCTORS a Lancahter, Sept 11. Knowing you to The republican convention of tbeStato Anrlcultural and Mechanical, Scientific. Engineering, Classical, Normal be a fair anil jiist journalist, and willing to of New York Wednesday unanimously School; Military Tactics, Commercial and Prcparalory Courses of Sludy. nominated Col. Fred Grant for Secretary of concede some rights to American cil zns, iir.ci.i u:n rm:i: nr-itiun. cointv A.M'oiSTi-.r.i of whatever politics, religion or business Tail term begin SEPT. 14, 1007. For CATALOGUE anil other information aJUrtu State. W. P. WALTON. JAMES K. PATTERSON. Ph. D LEXINGTON. KY. McGarigle, the ia:aped Cnioago bood-le- avocation, I undertake through your colhas beea expelled from his Masonic umns to give the true state of affiirs in re lodge, he having pledged his knightly hon- gard to mo local option question in its A liitlk over 33 years ago, the young or that he would not make such an at muddled condition at present in the 3d man who is now acting as governor of the civil district of Garrard county. Many do tempt. great S'ate of Kentucky, was b:rn of very who kept a toll gate in Superior Court judges confirm not seem to understand the status of affairs Seven poor Irish parents, the death sentence upon seven Chicago an and some do not care to understand them; Bourbon county an a. mean cf furnishing archists condemned to be hanged for the they only want the question sittled to suit themselves with a living He was an unumurder of sjven policemen. An eighth their own whims and prejudices, regardless sually bricht boy, and the tnutees ol the policeman died of his wounds and an eighth of law an I justice. The General Assembly left by wealthy old gentle Garth fund, anarchist goes to the penitentiary for 15 passed a special act, which was approved man to educate deserying youths, recojn years. This would seem to be a case of May 17, 1SSG, allowing the vote to be taken worth, selected him a. a beneGoia-ry- . entirely worthy Louisville Times, whether or not spirituous, vinous and malt mathematical justice. He proyed himself and improving each shining hour, got the Our esteemed friend, Morgan T. Craft, A bill to tax wine rooms $10,000 a liquor should be sold in district No. 3 in full benefit of the liberal education thus passed down to Lebanon Wednesday, where year has become a law in Georgia. The Garrard county. This act does not define placed in his grasp. Finishing the cille-gia- te he has engaged to edit the EnterprUc. It local option law of that Slate makes it un- whether it is in civil district No 3 or in course, he studied law and soon 'o lk goes without saying that it will be well lawful for liquor to bo sold even on a phy- school district No. 3, but simply district position with the best advocates in done and here's hoping him the best of sician's prescription. A bill is now before No. 3. It also says the election shall be held during the month of Ojtobsr, 1SSG, on where he had decided to make his good luck the legislature to authorize the county home. Of attractive manners and winning to keep a supply of liquor for the re a day to be named by the county judge, inNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. address, he became very popular in his new lief of those who have kind family physi- stead of at a regular election, as provided Thetreasurv department reports that cians. OFby the regular local option law, but the home and when he stood for State Senator the dally product of whisky Is 204,573 law governing the regular local option from his district, was elected by an over GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. whelming majority. Serving one session gallons. election shall govern this election and simDuring the week 415 Mormons from ply leaves the matter to be voted uon with ability and his friends recognizing Lancaster. that he was worthy of still higher ad- Germany and Scandinavia have arrived to A nice, warm, white snow, about two without any further restrictions and no vancement, he excepted their suggestiou swell the body at Silt Lake feet deep would be highly appreciated by penalty for a violation of same, which of Johann Most, the anarchist, has been this community. and ran for lieutenant governor, receiving course nulls it entirely. The election was the nomination of his party and making a refused naturalizition papers by the clerk The Garrard county fi'hing club had held on the 9th of October, 1SSG and wa most brilliant canvass. Today he is in of the Superior Court of New York City. another of their fih feists near Col James carried by 101 majority; and although maThe Ohio & Mississippi will make a Herring's yesterday. vested with all the powers of governor and ny say by intimidation, the saloon men and acqnl-esse- d if be does not acquit himself creditably, we rate of $390 from Louisville to St. Louis The latest firm in Lancasicr is Clay closed as their licenses expire are mistaken in the man. The record of and return during the grand army reunion. Hamilton in the decision at the polls. But beCo., who will do a general :onxi:it- A wreck on the Colorado Midland, commission business. James W. Bryan shows the p)ssibilities of ing citizens and thinking they had some the American youth who applies himself, near lake Ivanhoe, cawed tho deith of A. II. Rice, E q., announces that he rights, one of the number made application and it is given here for the emulation of three workmen and tho injury of Gl others. will go Wet about the first of the year and in February last to the county court for a James Burns shot and killed Will grow up with the country. the rising generation. There is going to renewal of license and was refused upon bs another brilliant chapter in the history Jackson at Hamilton because he accused The man who refuses to giva anything the gritinds that local option had been votof Jim Bryan and it won't ba many years Burns of unjustly heating a man named to tied water iu Lancaster deserves to bo ed on nnd carried. An appeal was taken before it is written, if his past record is an Bender. deprived of water entirely a little while. to the circuit court and Judge Morrow deNew York City has appropriated indication of his future achievements. Young Letcher 0sley successfully cided that the local option law was no law a year for construction of small The best news we have been ab'.e to give parks in more deasely populated portions passed the examinations at West Point, to and was nol gcol for anything except the Ilthe gratification of his parents and friends holding ol the election, and there its power our readers for a Ion,; timo comes from of tho city. Thertfore the county judge hail ceased. here. Tne Supreme Court has been n linois. The President has finally decided no Mr. M. T. Warner I offering some no power to withhold license on account of long time getting there, but it got there all to go to Louisville this fall. His route to nice premiums for the get of his stallion, the vote taken. The county jodge acting the samn and on Wednesday by a unaniSt. Louis will be by Indianapolis, where he judgment of the Ultimus. The prizs are to bo awarded ilK)n the decision of a higher cqtirt theremous decision affirmed the will tarry half a day. upon cranted a licsns according lo law Ojt. 15. below and fixed November 11th, ba court Steve Dorsey and Gov. Iloutt have orI supposo there is no doubt but that to k bond, received money, A: The local tween the hours of 10 and 4 as the day that ganized a "Cattle Trust Company," whoi-the Central Journal will be edited by M. D. optionists asked for a new hearing, whioh the seven anarchists must pay the penally capital is represented by millions of cattle Hughes next week, the trade having been was granted them, and when the trial came their heinous crime) with their necks. of valued at $250,000 000. up again plead the question of jurisdiction closed yesterday. It ha been nearly 17 months since the The progress in silk culture in the of tun same court they had tint riskid their massacre of theCnicigo policemen There is to be a wedding in Covington United States baa been so great that and while justice has been tardy.it is gratinext Wednesday in which two well known case with, and which had decided according of the domestic demand is supplied fying to know that in this case it will be young people of Lancaster will be irinci to law, but contrary to their feelings. The by home manufactures. pals. The groom is a young business man court decided that it had no jurisdiction on eute. An effort will be made to appeal the Lt.Gov. James W. Bryan is acting being made case to the Supreme Court of the United of Lancaster and the bride one of our account cf the application not governor during the absence of Gov. Buck-ne- r, for a tayern license instead of simply a li but it is said there are no grounds States, loveliest belles. who is attending the constitutional for hsngingeven a slight hope for a reversal. Miss Anna Yaughan, who has been cense to sell by retail spirituous, vicous convention at Philadelphia. The whole country will rejoice at the find teaching school for several years in this and malt quors This of course did not Toe Richmond, Va., people are very Shelbyville on the set aside his first orders, and if they had ings of the Illinois court and breathe easier indignant over the refusal of the city coun- county, was married at and its mandate is carried into effect and cil to Joplin, of Oanba, Neb. have tried the last question first they would appropriate $10,000 toward laying 7th inst., to Mr. the last of the bloody fhnda dangle from During her stay here Miss Anna made have been successful in withholding license the Lee monument corner stone. the end of a rope. many friends, who all wish her a happy until the Court of Appeals had decided lhe official vote of iexason tne prothe case. Judge Morrow still holds to the life. The cost of publishing the act to take hibition question has at last been declared married L C. Drake, who owns the large opinion that the special law under which Mr. the sense of the people as to calling a con and it stands for prohibition 129 273, peach orchard near Camp Dick Robinson, the vote was taken is no law, and points Btitutional convention, which require! that against 221.G27, majority against 92354. JOITN RRIOIIT, JR. caught some women leaving out the defects to the county court. Now DR. S. O. HOCKER. The Iowa Supreme Court has decided on Iwt Sunday it be printed a month in one paper in each his orchard loaded down with bis peaches. the local optionists, intemperate in their that the Prohibition law authorizes the county, as $1,133.41. The Courier-Jw- r made them give up the fruit and soon demands, and with the law clearly agaln't k State authorities to prevent the exportation He nal's bill was $093.60 and as usual the by some men who al- them, ask the county court lu revoke tho after was Journal's was among the smallest, of spirits as well as their use in the State. leged thatattacked bad insulted the women. licensr; not for any cause, as the law re Mr. D. w. Tne liquor men are in session at Cin$30. The Adiocatc charged $35; the Several shots were exchanged but I learn quires, but simply because they deire it. Democrat $35; the Monticello Sig- cinnati devising means to check the Now the question arises if ercbance a was hurt. of prohibition. They haye no one We will continue to handle the justly celebrated nnd most nopnlar nal $57.C0; Ynsemite JYeira $45 00; Rich adjudged a new man happens to bs in the hotel busiMiss America Adams was COOK STOVES and RANGE8 in the Market. Full lino of HARDWARE, mond Climax $22.50; Somerset Reporter $2?, put up heayily to defeat the measure in lunatic by the county court on Wednesday ness and with tho privilege of retailing WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILCO; Lbsnon Standard $18; London Echo Tennessee. , and will ba sent to the asylum at Lexing- spirituou-- vinous and malt liquors, is he ING, &c. A boiling well has developed at Hir $31.60, and so on. It will be seen that our ton. This is a yery sad cae, the only alle entitled to anv rights, liberties and privile Monticello and Yosemite contemporaries letn, Georgia, which is creating much exIn FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still placs tho OLIVER CHILL viating circumstances being the fact tbat ges under the law? If he goe. into the Ask your have the highest rates, as they also have tho citement. It emit i a sound roeinbling get the benefit of the law PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deiervoi to be Miss Adams is poHesfel of a nice sum of courts is he to smallest etiucription lists. If they charge that of swarming bees, and the water boils neighbor iL reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market as other cit zins or must the ciurts b; cuin money, the interest on which will insure their home customers at the rate they do furiously all the time. to the IMPERIAL Her oiany fritnds pelled not according to a general senti I equal ber good! treatment. McCabe, the Wayne county, Pennsylthe put r old Sta'.e, it is a wonder that they Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the mentbut the sentiment of a few (gnstif.-- i for her sure and speedy lecovery. vania, murderer, who escaped from the hope can advertise at all. PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PU MP ELEVATOR has no equal All It is the opinion of many thai natural to decide against him law or no law. Honesdale jail last June, was captured by Fair Play. we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have It eeems to be a settled fact that Senator the sherifl, with a poaee of 40 men, in a gas can be found at a depth of from 1,000 any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. The indicaHill can hold both the office he now has barn near his old home. to 1,500 feet in Lancaster. M. II. Haggard re:enllv bought Jo H'. It. .WrKIVMCY. NuUiHiitiiii. and that of adjutant general. It would good as the rock formation is exJames A Gay, son of Representative-elec- t tions are mule colts at from $35 to $00 per head of the regions in which gas perhaps lock a little hoggish for him to do Georgetown Times. to the Kentucky Legislature from actly like that so, but he could do this hold the appoinhas been found. Taose subscribing to the of General A Ohio murderers are not allowed much Clark county, and son Gas and Water Com-pantive office in abeyance till after the next scope for the display of scaflold "heroism." P. Hill, is accused by John A. Geary, of stock cf the Lancaster session of the legislature and then take it. might find themselves rich one day. They re hanged in the penitentiary at Lexington, of embezzlement. There is no especial reason for his being in If ias could be found here Lancaster would midnight, bsfore a dtz'n wiine?, nono of Jacob A. Talbott (colored), of Bilti a hurry. Gen. Cistleman has shown his enough whom are disinterested spectators, all being more, Md,, committed suicide by hanging boom suro superior ability to conduct the office and he guards, newspaper men, or relatives of the He said be believed the burker Ross, hangDANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT t. can continue tojdo so till Senator Hill is ed last Friday, had found the true way to criminal. his legislative duties, six months off with Miss Mary Webb has removed her art Gov. Washington INrllelt, of Caliheaven and be wanted to die like him. hence. Judgingby the recent vote a reschool to tho Randolph block on Main fornia, is dead at Oikland, of a chronic of The 21th annual grand Internationa publican would be returned in his place 'fection of the kidneys. He was a native of convention of the Brotherhood of Locomo- street, 2J story. and there is no uss in giving that party an Mr. J. T. Nash and Miss Lizzie M. Georgia, 63 years of age, and was elected tive Engineers will open at Chicago Octo other man in the body, even if it is in such Johnson and Mr. William Bennett and Governor of Calif roia by the democrats ber 19, The organization now has a mema minoritv as to render it entirely harm-lee- s. marriage in ISS6, He will be succeeded by L'euten-an- t of 25,000 and is tie best managed Miss Marietta Devine obtained bership Wednesday evening. Governor R. W. Waterman, who is a of any of the labor bodies. Messrs. Trimble & White have opened republican. The Lexington Prea continue! to print A contract has been let for the build that the Lincoln County Court is held on ing of a railroad from Ecnnrv Gap to Clin- a photograph gallery in the oi story, cor The corn crop is short, the tobtc o May be that paper ton, Tenn , 20 miles from Knoxville. The ner of Main and ." i streets, where tne late crop shorter and the hog crop is below the second Mondays. knows better than this, but it is not proba- construction of this road will give Louis- G. W. Leatherman held forth for so many average, but paw paw bushe are laden with ble consequently we shall continue to as ville a new outlet to the 8outh when the yesr. fruit, wild grapes are abundant, and there Policeman George Miller was tried is no end to the persimmons. There are sert that our county courts are held on the Louisville Southern is completed. County Judge plenty of 'possums in the woods, and if old first Monday in each month. If after this Recent washouts on the Southern Pa- Wednesday evening before unqualified assertion Editor Duncan does cific railroad in Texas, beside delaying Lee for shooting Logan Powell, coloredi Kentucky is rather hard run in the matter not change his figures we shall brand him trains for several days will entail upon the some weeks age. He was held in flOO of necessaries, she has plenty of the luxuin the terms that he has so righteously company an expense of $200,000 for re- bond for further trial. Louisvile Times ries at hand. County Judge G. F. Lee while walking earned. pairs. Nearly 1,000 men are employed in yard Wednesday through the court-hou- se Professor Proctor asserts that lOO.OOO,-00- 0 A rabid republican p'per published at repairing the road bed and bridges. ground from an attack people lived and died in America beWilliam A. Washington, up to tho eveninc fell to the to Cincinnati and noted for its propensity vertigo. He W3s taken fore Columbus's discovery. No wonder old shake the bloody shirt, comes to its senses lime of his death the nearest living rela- of something like this, Thursday, bones are dug up once in a while. While there is tive to Gen. George Washington, and who home and is much better long enough to remark: was the last male representative of the morning. wrangling in Ohio over the application of The hotteiu article ol man's attire ire A negro man dug up an unexploded black children for admission to schools for name, died Sunday morning at his home in his suspenders. But, oh! how much hotter shell on the battle field of Perryville day He was S7 years of age. white pupils, we cannot consistently com Orrenaboro. and more uncomfortable he feels when Joseph McBride, of Elton, O., return before yesterdav and brought it to town they happen to give way in public. plain of our Southern friends for their race ukmi toFlaig the jeweler. It ing home from a fair, found Win. Babbitt and presented it prejudices and discriminations. ?"; looks liken dangerous thing to fool with the hired man, with Mrs McBride in her "So you've lost your week's salary play Drugs, Books, Stationery and "&. by its rival, the Os Not to bs outdone bedchamber, and immediately fired upon even after a lapse of 2o years. ing poker?" "Yes" "You should have Fancy Articles. ou v Zl.. S " atch ensboro Inquirer will begin the publication and killed him. v MissJanle McCarty, daughter of Mr. heeded Solomon's advice " "I tried to, but He ought to have let the of an afternoon daily Ootober 1 OwenBbo-r- o faithleu wife have il'V PhvslcUni' prwilplloni auuratclj compounded the other loads in the Edward McCarty, of this county and Mr. got mixed and went to my ante." AIo doesn't look large enough on the map to Elward Farrell, of Lexington, eloped pistol. "Don't trouble yourself lo stretch your two dailies, but the boys probably support Ferdinand Koch, aged 10, a drunkard, Tuesday night and it is supposed were mouth any wider," said a dentist to his pa ' r M Mf- know what they are about. fu" went borne in New York, quarreled with married next day in Jeffersonville. Rolh is a young tient. "I intend to "land outside when I Tho Largest Stook of Watches, Olooks, There will bejone widow after Novem- his mother and sister, and seizing a pair of are Catholics. Mis McCarty draw your tooth." ber 11 who will receive no sympathy from scissors, attempted to stab the former. Fail- lady of great personal beauty and of many Jewelry and 8ilverware the public. Mrs. Nina VanZindt Spice, ing in his design, he drove the scissors into accomplishments. Mr. Farrell was until! At a cint a mile, it would cost $930,000 Kvcr liougbt lo toll market Prlrea Iwor than the proxy wife of the anarchist, who will his own abdomen, nearly disemboweling recently the private secretary of United to go to the sun -t- ime, at 10 milei an hour, Ibe 1iM Wawh(s,.''vfcioril .Icsrtlry Uo- " (atrwJ uu inuil notion nJ WsrrantoJ. .U05 years. Round trip tickets $ 1.800,000. J&iw1iwtAvir 'v4jr himself, States Senator Beck. hare his neck broken on that day. PHOr-ESSOR- September 10, 1887 . of The Luke P. Blackburn occurred at his home at Frankfort at '2:30 Wednesday afternoon, without a perceptible tremor or struggle, lid had not spoken since Sunday nnd then his at wordo were, "O.i ! the beauty of religion" A humanitarian in its broadest sense, he will go down to history an one and who did much l'jr his fellow-m- an whose errors were chieily on the aide of mercy. ins eltjrts lor me yenow lever sufferers on two occasions made him name and fitne that will ever endear his memo ry and make it live long in the hearts of his countrymen. Peace to his ashei. May his faults be forgotten and his virtues emblaz oned on tablets of gold. lonij looked for death Ex-liov- List Silurday the sbcrifh 75. of 82 coun-ti- ei 0 "fair Pay'' States the Case as it Stands at Lancaster. (To the lMllor of the i TATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY. s had paid into the State treasury Intkiioh Joi'BMAr. ) r, IB TJ "2T 1 Co?-ingto- GROCERIES effi-ce- is T. R. WALTON 1 MAIN" & SOMERSET STS.. f .vrvi j e o tenr rrn it UST- i: Hay-mark- two-third- 1 A Har-rodBbu- HOCKER & BRIGHT, hk.gins., .ni:c'i:nsoiinto ii. t I in-la- w y WATERS & DAVIS. 4 A, 11 in --- HHHnr PHARMACIST, S?f 1 .;;?' ) . JEWELER. v&&5mmML f K. . - 1 cmi-88ccMj $ nterior Septembor a uriurt 10, 18S7 riNi: line nf Fri ci Cm!i ceived hi A. A WarrcnV. A Stanford, Ky H. O. WAliTOM, - HualnoHH ManriKor. l.i VUII N. LOCAL TIME CAHD. train golni North- rHiuin Norn ' ' MMt.u. t ' ....- xpiiM trnlu" ' ... 1 ftu a. . Tin jote li calculated on standard tluif . dolar ls aloutUO milium Imlor ooulii - .. II 4 ' . "x X.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains Ikito llowl.n.l atS and 7 '.'0 A. M. , Iteturnloj, airlteatfiand 8.S5 p. LOCAL NOTICEtV LtUY jour tctiool booki and school aup pliea from A. H. Penny. Ask your grocer for the Cincinrmli lit king Co. 'a cracker and cake, MtKoiiKUTH ft Stack! are headquarter for echool buuka and tbool supplies. W atciikh nd Jewelry repaired on hur notice auil warranted by A. it. Peuuy. A oomi'Lktk alock of jewelry, Utmt A, tyle, Kocklord watchee a aptcialty. 11. lVnny. dii)leil, went. ave The firm ol Penny A McAllater haiing the account are ready for cettle Come ai oner and eeltle. You may PERSONAL. cot. Mlt Maky Jjniim went to Louisville ywterday. -- Mil, AND Mkii V U Vahnon are itl fcijmereel Oil Mt.- -j week ia Mattik Williams eik at Kjuitret. Miss Mak McKinney lift Tuwday to enter Dm,; liter' Cjllee. -- Mtfcsiix. U. U Hail and K C. Walton are aiteiidiut; llieftir At fcjjuierset. M Hi W. F. l'Ai'KAitli, wife of the train ill. pitcher, baa joined her hllbnd here. Mk. Ma hi; II aiiiun ha cone to to In present at ' a reunion of hi family. on .Miw l'r.llcY U. Klxi.M and little krrivid WeJnr.day night from a pleasant the Mon-ticol- MWWWI..W.BV.JM IMMaMMUUH i ir k. Superior Mam Rirbshire bar Ei1h iirtoiiiiitu row from my firm nlnui three week ago. moth, died in Suellir county week iust Any information lenduu to their recovery after si 250 hid ''P-r fusoil for him. A ri:xioN hnn been granted to Semtor will be tlnnafiilly recived During tn lob ioco fir at Cinciiinili J. N. Mene- Ferdinand I) Kidney, of Cey feo. several millinii uf dilnw worth of the & Lamkm, call nnd exiinitin WtfM i mnged imchI, the highe't at 511 per Wk are putting all our confi lence iu n Cr ain't f clock of kid ilore before buy hlludre! (ootids big rain abiiul I h 20th. There is always In.'. Jjhn M. .lone, o' PiatlHburg, Mo., a storm about the qiinnx and if it fail to sold to Cmctgo You Cin net a i;ood unUninlried aliirl, a ties 2 Polled-Augu- s oanA.jL.isnr--1 irs come this time, we miy never see another linen Ikhoui and culli fjr 50 cents at liruce steers, 2 old aod weighing 1,550 DniKH, Wall Paper, WIiich. MuHieal rain. UookH, limlealH, pounds a 5 J cents Liquor IiiHlruciiicula, AMcUiberla'. PalntH, ('IciirH, Nfalloncry, Pocket Hen.-du- n -J- .S.one Walker o!d lo J. W. Death. Jim Dick Chandler, the NoapH, OIIh, S'k have just received it yery nice TolmetoH, Cutlery, drummer, died of fever at Lebanon lat week tie Jtine Cildwell farm, Perfumery, Fire AriuN, Sfachlu of drei- - Iriuiuiinije. 1'leate call whole-souleof 250 acre, lor 517,500 near town, yesterday. He was a popuNeedle. " A Craig. and ex inline. lar felloft and his death will cause a feeling Richmond Climax Genuine C. 0. Salts in bulk at wholesale and retail. Hudson & Co., of DanMers. The Court of Appeal baa affirmed the of sadness eviry where ho is known. Our watch maker, Mr. C. F. ville, bjugnt here last week 13 head of a prrpared to serve the public Kent, a thoroughly practical workman from Nashville, bai arrivei an deci'iun in the case of KobiusonTa Illack- In all kinds of Repairing In the Jewelry line. Watchmakeii. McRoberts A Stagg hor-- at price ringing from $110 to 5105. eby, appealed from Ihia county. have engaged Mr. C F. Kent, a thoroughMr. Levi, of Liulsville, bought 8 head at ly practical watchmaker and jeweler, and DliEHt nnoiH, pliiohei and relvete, fella 5105 lo 5125 -- Lebanon Standard. jen, fUnnrU and ctnton tlinnelaare aome he is now at the bjnoii prepared to erve Juhn Goodin, of Hall county, bjugbt ot the new fall good Ofaley A Craig have the public in repairs of watches and all here lat Mondav, 21 mule colts (moBtly kinds of jewelry. oprntdip, horse c ills al an atersge of $38.75 per TilKHtanford Killer Milla haye 20 000 The Somerset fair is in progress this head, He also bought from Capt I. Single btihela of wheat on hand and fearing to week and if other sections are represented ton a fiddle and harness horse fir 5115. put any more in the weak elevator have a fully a this, the county, much less the Lmcsster Journrl reaped to buy till that ia ground down et) fli fair grounds, cannot hold the people Pull Armour, the great provifioD kirg It ciently to make room for more. wa splendidly advertised by Secretary Sim of CI bigo, says Ibat cattle and hogs will be hig'i tin fall on account 1 the shor ge My new goods are now in and I have n Roone and the direcior are reaping the ofcoru There wi be at first dpreiiun fruits of ii. full corps of first'class tailors and I am of price btciuse of eiifjiced markeiing better than ever prepared to do good work A KtLMiiEit of our citfz;ns will take but nf.er Hint prices must advance." uf any kind. Cill early and get first choice advantage of the $2 excursion to Cincinna A H. Rjwiing & Son, of Lexirg'or, of my elegant stock of suitings II. C. ti by the Kentucky Central to morrow. It sildioJ. H Cuter, 50 stock ewe i 51 " Rupley. will be the chance to see Rime Under eicl' At Fleuiingtburg court 1 000 mounNero and the last for going to the city so old at from 5250 lo 53 50 per A R PennyM new ijiarlers tain PnrnuisT cheaply. You can go on either morning head S D Ocff sold Monday to nre ready for him and he will move Leituan but the 5 o'clock i the best Rros, ;2cittle weighing 1 GC5 pound at and to morrow ha been iriin, The store-roosuld af ceni fixed arc inline lo hi notion and i a veiy Wanamakeu A ltuow.v, Pniladelphia, 52 05 to Corn per birrelRimsey's s'e al 21 in the field Kl convenien', ouimu'lun mil hindome represented by John H. Craig & C., Stan f Winches 52 Democrat. er one Ky., ollr from sample elegant lines ford, Toy TEtTEiw wa given 10 day in Jul of men'rf fall and winter suitings, cut and Uncle Roto Alford Takes to Himself a Wife nd fined J'J'i for cmvir: concealed weapmade to order from accurate measures, at HI1 to Hie Interior Joikxai , It eem that he drew it from it con- ?15, $10, $17, 51S.50.520, 522 50, 523 to on TiMkiwft, Sept. 15 -- J R Alford i nd cealment to fire fivo)iot at Mih Cbeatnut, 575, and pants 51 50, 55, 55.50, 50 and 57 Mt LticimU Lfcibflinnn wire married uiiforliiiiaielr without tiled. He i yet to to 515. A p:rfect fi guarxuteid or iio here this evening E. C. WALTON. sale. be liird 'or hnutini; with intent to kill. J i.i re- HniAYEli-T- wo black n M'ROBERTS & STAGG, Opora House Block, 0!ey 1 Stanford, Ky. yr well-kno- Lamp, 0ley d, m L, d to 1 1 C 9? !t o w sep CO c K y 1 O 0 c W w lo rl.it to Virgin!. Kmtoii (JRrtx A Dknham rtioue up witU the Wil'Mui-l- i ;r. and nk a lively Itltele't ill the Ukiue. Mim Luc Tatb reiurned lu Daughtine i on the ter' College Wdne-edn- y lid uf itradtiate thi re'cioil. Mi4 NirrriK. the deal and dumb dauhier ol Mr. N J Horion, h return-e- d lo the IiMtilute at Danville Miu JfLU F. Dl'KK. the vocalit froia Cincinnati, arnvetl in the city yealif day and i a cuet of Mr K. It. Chenault. Fort Hcotl Trltuoe. -- SamM t)WESi, Kpb Pennington, C. C Cron, iljb White, Walker McKinney, i; (J I)nny and Charley Crow are alo ! lendioK the 8umert fair, Mnt. Maky W Howman left Tueday for Lextntin, where ahe Roe to be with hrr children while attending achcol. Hhe will baar.1 at INmilton Colleue Dit I K HuiilitTT. the eye apecialiil, He bad recently wa in town Wednrwlay. made a trip to Niagara Fall and wa full of the inht anil incident ol the jotlrney Mil. F. M Flknneii, who hi made a i;ool citVn of L'ncoln for eeveral year, leiye with hi family for the Honlh in a day or two, where he expect to locte and go and Wednesday were about a hot a anr day of the torrid season which begn early in June, The mercury wa t or near 100' and the night were nearly a hot A shower Wednesday afternoon im proved the temperature some and laid the dnt for a few hour An ileui going the round of th pre credited to the I.NTF.IWOK JoL'llNAI. that "Col I) O Slaughter wore the fame coat when he wa baptized lhat he had on when he killed the 'nigger'" No such thing ever a peared in thi paper, a our reader will bear testimony i TrilAY go dry, drop by dr.qi the cisterns fail, until but few are left in town. 'I hank Ood the town pump are still nn Up and all honor to the iiismnry (f A I Pendleton, for originating the idea and riming the fund lo bore the one a' court rquare May the sod nst lightly upon to our him It ha bren indeed a Cijd-renril Z'll the Ci lured epeCi".llr. well d ONE by one the 0 M.W AOVHITIshnEISTS jFincj I I'nrin JFor Nale O ! H CO ll wuli to sell (irlratoly my FARM of EIGHTY-TWV a ACRES ap- - CO M. C. -- I We E got J 15 in our inaide packet to brt that there is no hiimbugery about the women and while hordes busi We have tried it reptaledly and ne have yet to fill lo see a white hore imme diately after feasting our eyes upon a lovely red headed damsel. It ! straoge, but nevertheless true. i.s Couht. Miih Chestnut, a notorious negro prostitute, who is frequent ly before the police court, was up Wedne day again for carrying coocealed weapons and trespass She acquitted of both charge, but during the trial she and Km-m- a lirown, another duky danucl, got into a wsr of words .ind almost to blow. Judge Cirson could not iaml that kind of con tempt and ordered (hum to jtil three hours to ciol oil. though he ought to have accept ed the oggrtion of the attorney to let them no into the back yard and liht it out. John Stiieet, a blacksmith who ha been working here for some time, was a'r;ted ye'ierday on a warrant charging him with breaking into the shop of W. K. Hobbs and stealing a pii.ol therefrom Street claimed that he had been in the habit of going into the shop any time he wanted to and at the window when he did not have the key to the door. He lo claim that Hobbi owen him for work and will not pay him. He was tried before Judge Ctrson yesterday afternoon and discharged. A Foiuei) Excursion. Mr. W. P. Tale got on the train Wednesday to seat his daughter nnd before he could get oil it bad started ami w goiog o fast he was afraid 1 jump He excurled to Junction City and while he was getting Miss Lucy's baggage striight, the train for home pulled out. Thinking he could outrun and overtako it he started al ftl tilt gesticulating and shouting, but he had to givo up the race btfore he had run a mile. Hisonly chance f r home then lay in n lccal fre'ght that cime oa about uighl and when that ar rived he got aboard and frczi to his seat tic-l- it he wa helped cfl al home. Mrs. Tate 1 HJ in 2fil-l- f , uiil- - f in Mar.foMl, Kr Well ImiiroToJ terjr utiiraio nomn. Kir price aim JIASTHllHOX VK TttX. Stanford, Ky. ! CLOSING OUT CHEAP Hating determined In cloie out mr Imalnesi In Huatoofllle lo enitsKe In aoother, I oiler at the i.oircnt f'lfttres my entire Mock, conslitlog of Urocerles Hour MoI:iH(, Tolacco, Cigars, Confictloueriea-a- nd In fact, cTcrytnlcg usually itore. Alto a lot of empty kept In a elder barreli. No uch cbaice bu ever been glreu the people ol thla vicinity to get goo In at urn low prices ami It is the part of wii.loui for them to call and purcba.se at ooce. flrat-cla- si RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAILOIC I have received and still receiving Itl3w cm an. niNiiav, h.liuitoDTllle, Ky. New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best In the market, which will be ExecItors, CrKntpr, An Male ! Fikhtiko Kiecutora of the late will of Mrs. Ludnda dec J., we will aell nn the premises at 10 o'clock sharp on Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country Give Me a Trial. u- - a. ixjF3L,E"5r. rs Safnnlay, September 21, ISS7, House & Lot of .1 8 Acres in Hastonville WEAREN & MENEFEE, BssWSBSslBliisittMiBiMsitisJTTIs'illl llurtotnllle Turnpikes. And tbc HouieboM nnd to thn estate Liberty Al, and Kitchen I'uroltu-lluatourlllo some stock A e Danville In the Tkkms. bit and twelro monthaen thereat estate, with lntiret. 1'osvMloti glTeri January lat, or sooner It possible. Uther proiKTly cash lor all uiuiofJlO mid under, onr that amouot, six montba credit without lntereit. 2Ct-t- of Although burnhero ye.terday. (Stale, w n ed entirely out, h lit not of hi piper, bu'. cime out ech week evin brifhur linn btfore. thn fire 2l'h win and 2'i.ii Ticket good len davs, and also in c'ude a dip from the city of Chatanooga to O.d lookout Mountain and back via the Inclined railway. The almost unprecedented ATI EMS. LOCAL rise and growth of thi, the gate city to the South, i attracting the attention of the civil I Hkvkhal wheat drill for le cheap izjj world and no one should mlsi the oppor M. Uruc. (unity here presented of seeing it cheaply. not done up by the The excursions run oil six dtjs and exten Tin: Williami-bur- i Lebanon 2 lo 'J. tive preparation have ten made by enter prising Chatlanoojnns to in.ke all comers TllU mnrriiKMof J. L PadRalt to Mif pre fit by their stay and enjoy it. yesterMalal(iOkoccurd at Highlml Spt-20:h- , Tin: ij IIoi'i'ii, K't ,of Libinon, one newspaper men in the So'ithern, the oldet and tet iu'o buainet. J. W. leen & Cro'cent Route, Cincinnati will run cheapexcunion to 21 I,. tWAKl'ESTEK, i l,t" wa inieJ iue ,!, Chat-Uioo- , considerably alarmed, not knowing whether he had r in off or gotten hurl. RELIUIOUS. In sums ol irotu tt.OOO to S 1,003, on gocl Lincoln m 1 to loun ol our cuiloai Riv. Percy G Elsom will preach at county reil oblate ers. For particular, apply to the Junction Sj.nd.iy at 3 o'clock. MII.hEll X' VAHVEXTEll, The Uipli't church at Hirtford, yal-ti2t!Mf Stanford, Ky. at $1 500, wm burned by an incendiary. G. A. BENEDICT & CO., Almost every one of the 700 religious sTANKOItn, KKXTl'CKV. papers in the United States are ardently fi r Well Drillers and Pump Adjusters. Prohibition. E'der Henry, of Odessa, Mo, charged vtrWells Dilllc to older and pump' furmlahrd 245-- t f with betraying Mi Mcllatton, wai expell- at lactory prices. ed from the Christian church by a vote of ed day. The game between the Williainsburgs CIS to 1. Rjv. E. G. Price, a Methodist minister, to ee you and the Inteiuou Journalh Tuesday afagain in a few day. By the new law he ternoon proved to bequito exciting, though was publicly cowhided at Rock Hill, South it was soon seen that the formsr, which is Carolina, by J. R. Johnson for circulating mut berfin work September 15:h. composed of grown men in full practice slanderous reports about the latter' sister. New Hiior"! We have juat openel a and a battery of professionals, were too Jerusalem is on a real estate biom, mlMe' ami very Urge tock of much for Ihe home boys, who were out of building lots have doubled in value, and children' fall hoe. Ooaley A Craig. practice and picked up at random. Cinsid new houses are being erected one mile and contldrd, we ering everything the latter played a splcn a half out on the road to Joppa. Acje, 'zi nd practice though Ihey were beaten by a The Lutherans extend a cordial will bet on the Intewok JouiiNAU1? againBt did game, club were toeveryboiy to attend the dedicaLTotll they eel score of 25 to 1 i. The viitin any club iu the country. absolutely invincible. as fjllows: Jamt Ash, lu base, H T. tion of their new church at Ottenncim next out of wind they are Harding 21 base, Tom Curd 31 bite, Tom Sunday. Services at 9 In German and at 2 Tit r. Stanford Holler Mills are running Bird centre field, Cbk Oikley short-stoin English with a basket dinner between. day nnd niht now and are telling Ibur in Jarnee Thonns right field, Ollie AUn left LAND. STOCK AND CROP Dinville, Richmond and Lancaster, where field, David Dedrich pitcher and Charles mill. The "Dily" Mills are Waddle catcher James Ash pitched in are roller Wanted. A few slock hog at oner, hard to beat. seyeral inning. The Inteiuou Jouiotals A T. Nunnelley. A few wheat drills al very low pricis, Some parties from NealV Creek ran a were Rob Hail lit base, Dick Denny 21 Wearen & Menefee. Ihey claimed was mad, into bi3, Will EJmunde. 31 base, George Pen dog, which A limited quantity of nice Fullz seed town Wednesday, creating lomo excite ny ihort stop, Ek Alford centre field, Jim ment, but Marshal Newland soon endsd it Reid right field, Frank McKinney left wheat. Wearen A Menefee. A. ('. Dunn sold to L. Sharp 10 barrels by ending the life of the amine with his field, Joe Embry pitcher and Leslie Wilson citcher. Ilarve McRobtrls umpired of new corn at 53.50 delivered at McKinlittle pistol. nnd Dr. Penny and Green Denham scored. ney. d Thirty head of a drove of uorb Our namestke were first to the bat and for The LUonia Rices begin Ojtebar 1 and by A. T. Nunnelley from a Tennea-re- e three innings played a remarkably fine end on the 15'.h. There will be to 0 races party died of heat while he was driving game, the icire then standing 7 in their each day. them to town Tuesday, lliey averageu favor to ono against them. They were A good many niu'ei sold at Lsxlngttn about 175 and he baa had them rendered lackiu: in bottom, however, and after that Monday at 535 to 575 for colts and 5125 to up into grease. began to let down, Embry'. arm failing 5175 fot aged stock. Rrst butcher hogs are worth $5.10 in GotHisMajj -- Sherifl' Tom Newland and Wilson's hands being battered to piecdid splendid work as long as they Louisville; cattle 2 to centr; sheep 1 lo arr.ved from St. Iviulii Tuesday with Isaac es. Roth murdered a negro in this lasted. The others who deserve special 3 and lambs 23 to Oisteneau, who Hail and Penny, though all Col. Sharp, of Sharpsburg, Ib said to county and ran oil. Gaiteneau saya he mention are thu boys merit praise. The WillianiB. have cleared $100,000 and I. P. Yarwey committed Ue deed In eelf defense and will burgs are a likely body, well formed and 5250.000 by the rise in tobacco. be able to prove it at the proper time. Aa uniform in size and they play a good game. V. C. Fuller, of Ontario, had a sale of the last term of the be was Indicted at is a good one and a wag be12 hetd of Jersey cattle on tho 1st Inst., no examining trial was necessary Their pitcher court sides. They acted like gentlemen throughwhich brought an aggregate of 59,000, or and he will be held in jU till next term. requisition and seemed out and won the respect of the large crowd an average of over 5200 per head, one cow He came without a which wilneeeed the game. selling for 51.710. to get back. lBurcliaHlng Agency ! TitBeor will hi nround MISS SALLIE nARRISON, Tornierlvol Stanford, bas opened a rurchailne Akcocr In CluclnDalt, and all orders to her at 127 Wuat Sth street, will receive persoual and prompt attention, She will make a specialty of Dress Goods, but will receive orders for Kurnlturo, Carpets and In fart everything one could wish. The patrone ot the ladles ol this section especially In'-i- f Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sura ys, Phsstons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete thanf everjbe-fore- , hides from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, ldin 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 line assortment before it is broken. J. II. GHEEN, ArI., HiiMtoiiYllle, Ky. WALLACE &C0CHRAN, 513 4th St, Louisville, Zy WEAREN & MENEFEE. THE GENTS' FURNISHERS ami aoi:nt.s ion the INDIANAPOLIS LAUNDRY. Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) and Toxas Pacific (Cincinnati New Orloana WIIKItK IN EN EH ? WIDOW FLI EG Shortest aud Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. HEAD DOWN. rjtAlNS SOUTH, fio.l. Hilly. 7 55 a m 12 55 p iu 6 15 pin 'JOS pin J 30 p m I pur-chase- ants, are requested to address the unde signed on account of a will and inheritance from Frledland, Mecklcubunr, Germany. Widow Fllfuener. maiden came Krul). possibly married to an American or other gentleman, and now known under bis name, a native ol Kiel, Holateln, 1'ruisla, said to be n resident of Stanford, Lincoln county, Kentucky, or her descend- KKAI) VV. TKAltitiNOKTII. .No, 'J. No.3." Dally Ex. rlun. 4 I Ho. S. .STATIONS. Nu. No. 10. Ex. bun . I Dally. Dally. Dall7. Uallr. No.l. Dally. 10 25 a in 6 55a in 5 20 a iu No. C. Dally. 3 43 a m 2 23 am 9 50 p in 7 30 a m 7 10 p m 3 33 pm 10 1 TilEOO. HCHWAH1Z . CO., IJMifl, Louisville, Ky. 1120 am ARBUGKLES" name on a paokago of COFFEE Is a guarantee ot excelkncu lUCOpin 1 10 a m 4 ID am r. 12 a in 7 00 ui 5 55 a iu 10 00 a in 40 a 20 p 7 43 p 1255 a 5 10 a 10 4 1 !. ARI0SA 3 COFFEE is kept in all 3toros from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. nrst-clas- t.'ve...Clutlnnatl. .A'rr C 42 p ui 03 p m 'J 00 p ru 3 15 pm Ujilnnton 7 80 p m II Sip iu 1 35 p in nlUUtlfUU V, ,i 9 10p ui 1 15 a in 7 50 h in .....Onkilate. ... 6 55 a iu C 15 a in , 5 15 a in Hoyco .. 8 25 a in J 17 a in 8 4 a in 9 30n in A i'r.. Chattanooga. L'Tf 6 00 a m I) 15 a m' L.,ro...CliattanoC;ii 'r 4 30 a in ' Ar'y 12 43 a in l l5 pin A'rr. ..Atlanta 10 30 pin hirmlngbain , 3 50 p m 8 30 p m Tuacaloosa , it SO p in 7 40pm ...Akron.. .. 7 40 pro 5 35 pin ...York 9 45 p in , llOUpin It 15pra C G40 a ui .... 7 55 p in 4 55 pm 4 4) a in C40 a m ..... 4 45 3 30 3 20 8 35 2 45 9 53 40 am 8 12 a in 110 p m 1010am 5 30p m in in in .. 15 It :i5(la in 25 C pm IU a m 25 a A'rr. Hew Orlraos., Vie Tt .... Meridian... A'rr A'tv A'rr Jackaon 1 A'rr... Meridian ., L't. L've. ..Meridian.... A'rr -- 00 p in 9 00 a tn 4 4 4 30pm am a tn m m ni m a ui P in am .Vlciaburi;.... ..Monroe cir-cu- il COFFEE Is never koocI vhen oxposed to tho nir. in in 12 15 4 SH ui p mi Mann Boudoir Buflel Hoping Or a 8hrTpport. uu all through trains. 10 35 am 7 25 a m 2 25 a IU1 10 30 pull 00n in' ... .. loro Faas. Agt., a p 715 p 155 p anxious Always buy thisbrandinhermotically eoaled ONE FOUND PACKAGES. H. COLLBUAN, Oeu'l Krl. JOHN C. OAUt.T, Oen'l Mamuer, U. CAHKOLL, Uei.'l eupt., General OrBces, Ht t'aul UulUiug, WeJt Fourth iilrvet, "'uc iinalt, Of'". A h J LJ Stmi-cchlnlnleriur Jwrmt l Titetaun atitt Frlilav -AT CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. PubltHhcd a IEIl CAU. - Itundaratoodlt we credit that U.50 will l pec ted and demanded. W. P. WALTON- Oat Meat as Food, Tbe iifle of oat meal aa food for hniuan rapidly extending in thla cmritry. Filly year ago thm w not a bii'hel of oata per nnnum Ued for nr other purptra than horie feed in the 1'iited Statta Now there are mill owned ami run by mllion-aireiin thia and other Sinte, which are ex climvely mip'oycd in makioir oat meal exclusively for diet (or man and women. Itia well knon that thi commodity hs keen a favorite kind of food in Scotland nnd other part of Eirope oter a hundred . IJjbuy Burne. in hi pieni", more jt-:cf "pir Ui an once celebrate a tre virtue fitch" lathe rearing of brawnv men and Kill ye", o fixed are nv healthful women Jional pri'idice, that the Uef i new ar ticla of tli", however deMrab e and uieri Union, i slower tbaa it oti.il t to he o that to Gad family which ha oitmeal on Ihe table once a day i I he excep ion rather than theiule in thi cmniry, and if aim pie lathe preparation of a r "d dili o' the anterial 1, ore rifely ouet a cook or a 5ouekeeper who know how to make it me 0 veil Dm in.: the Irih ftmine years auo, we recollect that a creo of com, in Onio, which wa shipped from Mule )o Cork, and ctferwl a a Inuniy to the poor oople to prevent ttrviii'ti. wa rjrcted, f"'d only fit for witb.i:orn. at firt, jwine 'Oitcin only fit for hnree feed," ay our pcornfol Amend n youtt; "for our part we are atified with beelteak, b tiled iam, e,'E, hot cakes and ccflee " And trim they corue themelve with viand md drink whicn induce dycpepia and Mher di'eicei', in proportirn an they are The writer Mken hantily and in xie and fens putaktn iinny a cood, ouriliiiJR 'reii fit on oatmeal tnd cream ind can warmly c intend their tire a pro during brawny men iu.l heuitifiil, healthT I'ny'iolozi'ta and eccii itn:n a at xomen tribute to the Sciich much of their e: e jetic and effective charcter to the healthy yorridije on which th'ir voutb ii mainly reared, and we are inclined to believe there rEx m much in tbe claim beinRa ia ", There comes a menaige from the world of hearts lhat another wedding i coon to occur here. The ball at DripplnR Spring last Saturday waa very much erjoyed by everybody until it came to the lemonade treat. Mrs. Flora H. Hwe. with a compe tent aeeUtant, will commence ichool in Crab Orchard Academy Monday, the 26 h. Last week Ibe types made us aay that Mis Beauregard James wb yiaiUog in L'xington, when it ahould have been Mi Beauregard Stuart. M;s Mollie B'ooka is now teaching a clas in painting at her home. Mrs. Betiie Buchanan, Mises Alice Ward and Laura Doores are among her pupil. Little Lottie Dillion contiuus very ill Mies Avarilh and suffer a great deal is quite eick loo from the ttJec of Pyne the picnic lemonade she drank, Mrs Harris is having pome tepair aid improvements nude in the lower end of the hotel, preparatory to Mrs. Steger optuii",' a dre'rtm.ikmg establishment there HoMeback riding is now the order of i)a? ber and almost every cvenirg a the party of young Indies and their e'eorts ate teen indulging in this deligh'ful exercir, D.cd. on the S h inst,. Mies Sallie Rob- er . ui consumption, nne was onritii in the yard at her tnotherV home and Itev, S epbeu Collier conducled the huiil cer dred thousand jtiblloo. FIELDS. Kngl.md spent live hunTun (Jucen of dollar-- FROM FOREIGN in colebnitlng hor - vie Mri V I'. Trtiem lias been entering a ijreat deal for eeveral months from nn l sees formed in the roof of her mouth About a week ago heme two inches long worked out of it, letving a large civliy theie and now it i with much difficulty tint she c.n talk or be understood. Mrs. Eliri Carson is visiting in Mi. has gone to BirVernon. Mr. Lou (lover mingham, Alabsnu. Mr. t, ltlu eati-faclo- Glimpse of Lincoln. Mrs. Hancock civea lie an intere'linc ;limpee of "Toe Martyr Preiden:" y "Mr. Lincoln'i) careworn ficel recall hla le as vividly as then. Atone cf A vee, in pwini; him I remarked tnat it would be showing a greater consideration it I were to refu'e his prefixed hand, as he jnuat be weary enough cf band shaking To thia he replied id never to be forgotten tonee: 'Ab, if Ihu were ail mat 1 wa ialled upon to do, how willingly would it ie done for all time; but to ay '"no" to tbe jjcr unfortunates ho come to me fn tbe belief that I am all powerful to pronounce that little word of only three letter, and bo do not and will not understand that I annot aci always as I wish, but have oththis keepa me always ers to conoult ' Mr. S'anton frequently "aid to L'ncoln has the biggest heart cf of any man in tbe world, and for that rea ion we have to watch him, or the southern women with their winning waya, would get bis penn'ssion to carry with them enough sontraband goods to supply the southern irmy at: 'Mr The odious and miichievoua Bla'r B II pith its premium on illiteracy, by its pro posil to start ihe Government into the wbool bueine's, oucht to be killed on principle, of course. Facto point the a.me In the South, for which portion of way the country with lis mts of illiterate col-tr- ed people tbe bill was specially in endeJ, ihere were six years ago 15 031 echoota with 43 020 teachers and an attendance of Now the number of 1,423.1120 pupils is C1.5S2; teachers 5D.9G3 with an schools Mlendance of 2 0i'.920. S x years go the South expended $0,415,700 for common school purpo."er; now she spends 511 515,-tSWhat the South wculd seem to teed lis in this particular is to be let alone. Itdl-tnapo- News The overwhelming sentiment of the eauher's convention set in the direction of Christian truth, and Coritian mathoJs and Christian aiin. Miterialim, atheism, in at a die -- fidelity, agnosticism, are cleirly In the eotimition of a laige numbjr couat af oar eJttei'ort. I: U one of the shiuing tokens of the time ihit then are so many intlu-join this great bidy cf teacaew whoie measureles, who feel that is simply they cn not get on without a peronil Uith in t. persoual ce God.-fAdvance and bride have b'en the Kiiestn of Mr'. Joe Mrs Charlolte Adam, of Romeh.ut. Nicholasville, i visiting Mr. W F. family Mr Biwen Gover attended the .Somerset fair Mrs. Mittintly. of who has beer, ine gueit of her siter in law, Mr V M O'Bryan, has reuirneil Mr. home, accompiuied br the Ixtter leans. Jamo Fish and fimily are talking of g irg It is tolil by n London ptiHr that young mon blesxol w ith mustuches who have preto Fiorid to live. sented themselves for ordination at Worcester Iihvo returned to their friends shaven Going to Panama. This is due to one of the A priy of xtiliosd men, about a d z n and shorn. Bishop's eli.ipl.inm, Canon Maudell Crclgh in number, will leave Atlanta, Georgia, fnr ton, being unable. r.otwtlistndmir every Panama in a mouth or cix weeks. Tl e effort to get up a mustache ukui his prty will consist f conductor, engiueris his upiier lip, so, like the fox withoutorditail, he insists ukiii all for and train di'ptcher, who will take poi nation at Worcester candidates forthwith t'oas on the Panama railroid, which is un mustacheless. der tbe management of Cjlonel Kteves, for A I'.ihon why th' populatwn of lro'.aii.i merly connected with the Richmond & does not increase 11V" linghind nnd Scotland may perhaiis lie found in miiiio o'her .riar-te- r Danville Good railroad men are in great than in coiisidc: rig th sUtisticiof request in Panama and tbey cmiuand ytry In Knglnnd the annual w-- . "r high salaries. For example, conductors of births over deaths h aeveiity-onr cent , get $175 a month in gold, engineers from cent. In Scotland it is seventy but in Ireland only twenty-seveiht cent J7o per The former H'rcentnges are more than $150 to S175 and train hand month. large enough to counterbalance the losset by immigration', tho latter U not Again, Sirce the original survey of tbe gorge in tho immigr.inU Into (Ireut l!nth exceed 1S41, the science of geology has made sur- - those into Ireland nlmost in the ratio of presiog progress. It has been able perhaps fifty to one. huiidi-ei- l railway cars, Ovkii six to reduce the age of Niagara from 200 000 almost wholly of stivl and iron, years to less than 20,000 Tbe falls, it now are being built in England for the railtells ui, initead of cutting their way up (be ways of Hiudostaii. The climutc conditions of India lire as destructiveof wooden gorje from Lowiston, began their existence cars us is tho climate of this country, whero as one cataract not more than a mile norih curs require continual recurs, aud wear of where they now are. -- Jane Meade out even faster when not in use than when actively employed. Car repair here Is a Welch in Harper's Magszlne. large Item In "the expenditures of tho railway and one not easily General St. The companies, of tho Hast Indian reduced. How it Ror.u in Iowa. railways experience John says tbe "wave of prohibition is in the uso of steel cars will bo noted with mightily rolling through the length and interest. breadth of the land:" Let us see how it MERRY MINUTIA. rolls in lows. There ate in that State 110 get fat go to th." butcher shop How wholesale and 3,415 retailers, piyinj epc and buyto it. ial license fee to the United States goven Yof can't huvo the last word with a meat and carrying on a lively liquor traffic chemist; ho always has n retort. Lviiv (jokmgly) : Tommy, when are Tnat kin J of rolling isn't very healthful f r you going to marry! Tommy (eight years t":e"wave." fSt. Paul Pioneer Press old nnd very susceptible) : Well, I don't think I'll ever marry. I love so many girls, A young man who was about to enter a if I married ono all tho rest would drinking saloon suddenly etopptd, and wiih "Whit is tho inutterf" asked a lmv.wr a set look upon his face walked rapidly The horses are runaway, "Sir," avid an old gentleman, who of Ins coachman. ning nway, sir," "Can't you pull them had oberved his movements, "you fill my up'-- ' "I am afraid not." "Then," said heart with joy. xou have resolvei nevr the lawyer, after judicial delay, " run to enter that accursed place agaiL?" "I into some thing cheap." A nov who comes of a chronically lxi won't at present, at least, air," responded rowing family went to n neighbor's for a the youtl ; "you see it suddenly occurred to up of sour milk. '"I haven't got any thing but sweet milk." said the woman, pettishl.v me that I owe the proprietor 75 cent " " I'll wait till it sours," said the obliging Hd.B'a youth, sinking into a chair. AcniiTvis professor, who was noted for The courta decided sums time since that was deeply enhis a man cai be restrained from keeping a gaged In his studio when ti servant entered barking dog or a crowing cock to the ir )i and announced an important family event Ilti ' tj of his neighbors by depriving them of "A little ustranger has arrived." - Well, boy! Thoro is little boy." their natural rest. In Massachusetts thev ask him what ho wants." are now called on to decide whether tbe Cosi'OL'Nii excursion partleil proprietor cf a paper mill can run it at The bight of them benumb. My heart when my piazza night if the noise prevents people living in They Urow with Kreaj ciuinlis. the vicinity from sleeping. D.I-lion'- s Lo-rettpas-table n com-iwse- d absent-mindednes- s, Tiinculinnry department of Queen Victoria's household gives employment to pcrsous. A cot.j.KCTiON' of thirteen thousand seals of the royal families of Europe was recently sold for about thrco thousand dollars. Arcounixo to u lato census, Chill has n population Tho increnso in ten years was 3,VJ,lKXi. The number of foreigners domiixled in thnt country is over 40,000. A com past for the production of a liquor from bananas either m alcoholic or non alcoholic form, has been organized in India The liquor can bo used in simple, form or di luted with hot or cold soda water. A pi has been discovered in India which is sniil to destroy tho power of tast-nitupir. It will be useful in counteracting ti morbid npiH'tltc for sweetmeats, which is an active promoter of Indigestion Another plant found in Madras ilea troy a the tclish for cikmi's and tobacco. Thus two iiutKH-tnti- t ciirutixcs are added to the materia medico. BiTiitvi in Franco ! not the thing thut it is in the I'nitod States. Thoro the hubituo of the so.isHlenltires himsvlf or herself in very I'lalmr.ito costumes and parados the poach in close proximity to the water, allowing not to exceed n pint of tho brine lttpiid to reach the person nt any ono tune. The female iMthuiir costume embraces shoos, a dress en train, oiUM silk hose,.n smelling Iwttlo and a parasol. Tut: remains of a cemetery belonging to the age of tho Cnulu havo recently been ibs covered in Paris. Kitty-twtombs have been found, with skeleton, most of which are skeletons of women nnd children. Only twelve nro skeletons of men. .Many weui-onand implements have also been nticnrth od; swenls, lances, shields nnd bnuuo nuJ iron instruments of nil descriptions. Tiik solemn inauguration of tho great be'.', of tho Cologne Cathedral, known ns the Ivni.sorglucke or I'mperor's bell, recently took place amid groat pomp nnd splendor. Tho weight of tho bell is over twenty-sitons nuil a half, the cluper alone weighing llfteon hundred nnd seventy Jive pounds. Tvrenty-twcannons taken from the French were used by the directions of Ktnpcrur William in its manufacture. Kvut since the tune of C conge Washington i Howard Fox has I'mted Htutctt Cotisul at l'.ilmouth, Knjr Tho present oc cupant of the position was eoinnii-wumi'In l'wsident linint in lr( The Fo family is Kntrlish and they to the olllce with true llritish conservatism. There is no salary utlm hutl to the usition and the foes are about tin annually. The Consul always .pemls more than that entertaining Anier Golden Epoclnc. I'PKlvrnln ncupuf cotleeor teawltli-onllli- istiowltdKC of the person Inking It is absolutely harmless ami will effect a permanent and speed) cure, w hether the patient Is a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been mailettni-perat- e men who have taken (Jolden Hpcclflc In their coffee without their knowledge, and believe they quit drinking of their own free will IT NKVKIt KAIUS. The system once Impregnated with thn Specific It becomes nn titteriuipossliiilityfnr thpuqtmr appetite to exist. For full particulars, address (iOl.DEN Sl'KCUIC CO., 185 Unco St., Cincinnati, U, Drnnkennets or the Liquor Habit Positively Curod by administering Dr. Haines' ltr.m 219 to 227 W. Jolf orson, 220 W. Market, MS. mxm 1) t A y x,ouisviJ,r,t:, k. Those who like to suvo money sliould not fall to give ns n trial. Truly the wonder of this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. vt ); Wall Paper, W ffROYALIiSaVtjT iaUL"TiteryiI) J' waanRf AV$$ J sa a Furniture. WMFJv as low as tho lowest. '3NT33I'W- ..t'S'Xx 'M Cases, Caskets, Robes, FullaDd Complete Stock of the above and price." hlgh-hcclc- o B. K. WEAREKT, Stanford. ! s saniii' rWT!J!)?i,i!i Thlt powder nTfr Tirlft. A Absolutely Pure. msrr! ol purllj, FURNITURE STORE x .More txvuooilrci treniith and whoIeMuieuvu. than the ordinary kind, and ran not ts sola conietlton with tbe inultltudeof low toot .ihorv wclut alum or phopble powdfrt. HolJonlj In llorAi. Haiino I'ownaa otn. J06 all dUitt. New Yor (, LLI Ztm LOUIS SL'IILKCEL, ' - lJIrXOCKs1vlIIBSt llltlPDM' KKTU'K Photographs in all styles and sizos. KrtSSTK j OT,r y Pictures in India Ink Crayon and Water Colors. Now dnljn In Krstuei an I Mit Prlcei. at Tory low iWl ly Notice of Incorporation Adam Knci!-- n, C. M. Kuhr liatc kftkylatp.1 ! Tnc uodrrtlcid, John IhrmtflTri loCKtbrr In Uvromo lucoriwrAtid under the oauir ami ilrle of ibMiornnn Krangellc I.u I h trn Emanual 'on. t.lnroln rounlj. Kfn. trf;tUon of Ollrnhrlin, plac of Iraauitlnc butU lucky, and 111 prlrclpsl will bedtunhrliii, Lincoln rounly, Ky uiu 3. The nature nfitie l.iitluru to I transacted li loorgtnUi", pOalilliti and maintain a Chrlallan Cbuichof tbe I.uthoran Conirailua of tboie professing the work of (lod at It It Ial I dawn and explained In tbe aymliollc book of Conroid. lajo, In the enlarged Auobuu t'oafeialon and tbeamillrr I'alechlini of Lulber, and ab!-oi- l liout,' acl Creiuttery a. I be amount of capital lKk rtucW iball uoi I loa man Jy nor more than S,M, dlTlde-- l Into rbaieaof SWach.and ahall Im paid In nicb InflalluirnH a Ibe ottcera tf tbe church uity dt. Tbe corporation ahall coinm.pi. on the lit day of fepumber, 17, and lermloale on tbe lit day of stpleiatxr, 5. Tbe aSalra of this corporation iball he by anilnlilfr, arecreiary, a caihler, who aball Iioexol0'lo Iruiieei, and two other iriiitre, wboaball he elected, fint. on tbe tit Kaiurday in ,fptnubr, 1MT, and Ihf reafir on tbe lit Saturday In January of earn year 6. Tbe lilxbeit amount of ludehledueii or a Ity to which tbl corpirallon iball at auy time .uljert Itself iball lsMJ. 7. The prltale proertyof the iiiemheri of tbla rnrporatloa iball bo exempt trout Hi corporate deh a J. Tbti corporation aball hare all the power, rliihtsand prlflleea provided fjr by cnapter 6; oltbelieoetal Statutes of Kentucky, Tllle, Com pan In. jiorated Comimiles. ti. Tbli cororatlou desires and Intenli to h' re. celrp.1 Into organic unlun with tbe Herman Kran irelic Lutheran .Sjno.1 of tbe rilale ol Iowa and and ruUi ot aball he governed by ihe discipline prmrlbM thercbr, where tlie Miue are not lnconi atenl with the t'onstltuuon ami law. o' Kentucky. Utlenbeliu, l.lcclncn , Ky , Aiu tl, 1857 JOHN CAItt.. OTTO Kl IllOlinul'. JOHN KO'IIKII. Bl'IKLBKIlOKK ADAM PHI LI IP ANTON I. CHAS. ENfiSLKN, d 1 Incji-porat- iplellri(r Phillip Karl. Julin Kcrbrr, Cbai An loo I and ill! I al ui) n h v on liuml a litruo nuil Molfct Uim of Fnriil. (uro and I'mltirlalter'n fJoixlN. Jtly jirhTM Mill he an loir an hik'Ii KomlH cau hi ltuiit(lit In lliu rlllt'M. IJu nit a trial anil 3011 lrlll lo t'onilnctMl llial I noil loner lliau Uiu Ioiivni. 11 Dn. W - B - PENNY, IiLNTIKT ICimliinU) MOTHER ,'A irct I, 111 Friend uok Joi'iiNiLornce. Otrlia liotirt troiu to 11 & u.aud tuft r. u, AneithMlrnulralnlitereJ wirr aecsatarT lM.l?r 1 OCie on Lancaster itresii, ell dx.r 10 ll MAKES t tc aJ A (dm 11 THE I C'oiiihiiiatioii 1 INTERIOR JOURNAL . And tj (n..iIM Courier-Juiirmi) Weekly Ky One year for only 8:1 -- two uore than the iriieuf our. (iTt lor Utile ! n J bo ti.p.1 a tct tnonthj before confinement. for bocL T ) M jrnrn," r.u 1M frw Ilnnrifii Hct'LATon t AHir.U. (it. R Ire lur um year your home rip-- r with tbe lourter-JuurnaIhe rrpreiieniallTti nwsd-- r of Iih S.iulb, deiuwrat le and for .1 larltl fur rerenue onlr, and the hen brighten and aiilrsl lauilly wreify iu the I'nitod Htatta Tbose who deilr Pi rxaiiili.u a aamplr copy of the (V dniiat this ofiir paying us ynu will r l. iirli't-.lmirn- ai It ro S "itlii-Jra- M Itatii.- - f'mSoii tl.r- rsfffiW oui.viut t. V JvTrfi mzm& yawpiri Ue7;s !i BY aiSSfis IA llisslstlppl Valloy C:. im ly w .ifi6 9Ctiia iSutttXHlStOtjiSy f2. N S 3 B M IJ ujtl Shortest nnd Quickom Ruuta troui tral Kentuoity to all Poiuu Nur'l Tis, Wtt nnd SoiUbwn" '! I.iiim KtAAtOAiiriCKicacoRT at,l!M ralirtM,) i.l uu any aiteiil II. A. I'M I.KY halo 'mi- - - 1 NEW FAST MAIL LKAMM. IIOIH DAYLIGHT rhrot'ih the CANONS of NEW RIVER and aeon Ihe Ui EMMNIES and the BLUE RI0CE, patting WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Retorts ol the Alieghiny Mountains In Virginia. I.oriSVITit.K Ii .V lire. " tiatt t'lVt'l.VVATI I'll. i:. 1 company, nr (j K. Il MOIIHIh (ien.I'aiu. Agwdt, K lesilnatloii rarh.v li. ror lull viril. u en Tiiroiiitti tlik.n and ltgmre r . km ' C.itIiisIoii. t lo.iniium. lll'Nli.St.niN- lleneMl iIUit. (lHttMn.hy ll,r, Tri. I'oi Akeni K rilJZST . GUHMER CLIMATE III AHEBICA. ' .crutlon Car: Iron Kananha rails to Charlottes k' Breaklist to Supper) Ircm April 1st to Decern or 1,1 IHE 1ST RAPID SERVICE 1 MYURS HOTifiL A.N3r'0&i. i W. IN'.Y SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS CIncInaatJ, and Lodgt:n, t: tftn I . Prohibition, as she probes: Waiter ' Anifing mo', sabV" Guest "Ye?, bring me (winks) "you know" (winks,) Waiter "Can't do it, sab; dis am a probif hum town, ah, 'n you're a stranger." Waiter -- "De Guest -"- What if that?" boss says winks don't count for nuffin' frof. Hermann's newest trick is siid to we's 'quainted wid 'em."-IIarpe- r'a tonaist of a piece of ti'sue paper covering Weekly. a small piper box suspended in air, upon "What would you aay, young man," said which he sketches a silkworm. In a mo great distance, tbe an eminent prohibitionist, "if I were to tell noat, Ihe Professor at a you that I never entered a whisky saloon tissue iaper bursts, and revealaa cocoon or oblong in form and two feet in in my life?" "What would I say?" repottsilkworm, ed the young man, slowly and thoughtful diameter. The box frime then lowers cocoon opens, dis- ly, "well, sir. I would say that the drug to a chair and the stores in your vicinity have been playing playing a beautiful yotint: lady, garbed as a a" Their sly bannim peel. Aunin I gu) "Confound them'" As upu ard go my hseU. -- Uo'tl Mai'. A i iiooKr.ii tree The tree wascut by the owner because it made tho cows in tho to look nt it thnt the pasture so cross-eye: . d And wuori they lllng around them ! Connects In tarn depot In Washington for Kver atteiiiptwl httween the ureii .lumercial IbeOhli Iti Te, auil i lilrnini, aid heme the lAsleat time and inns rimfur'ntile train lie nil imlnla In the South, or the 1'vnt The cnurite part ollhls train and XnrthlWHt on all trunk llmw Is dmiuiulinlid Tic I iiiHt- if I'xitrrHH, 1 hnMiiri rullln iPk-I- w clvca patron I'ltllmltrtl Vuuinvt. Cjiixiu 'J It bus Ollut-- in ihe South you will llnd nur llnio latito ami tlrkoti -- kj Mo-liocut Motion and ailck lo Monon, If you want t e.ne money and huroa pleassni lour ue. i.. vi, m uii..i is. iv, Oeneial I'aasenner Aijenl Imcajo, 1 Ickei Auenli and fhliiers Clly K. A. Hl'CKNku, 'til 4th Are.. Ky. ) I M. ToauKNCK. I .'J V no at , Cincinnati, 1 T li . I', O K S nllt '.. TlUi. Oia iAtall Hotel Still JtftutHut'i.. HLicrl; .ma Won ANI Kinw - Koputni no Itt l'ropriotor it 3hnil be decond to BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, Direct routt to it-e- lf caotb. A Frenchman caused no little comment into Waterville, Me., a large fcy driving Newfoundland doe atUcbei to a email cart which the faithful animal had inside of three days from a town in liuled J To keep a woman out of sulks tbe inkiest Cinada, a distance of 130 m Us. Tbe control, and way is to keep Ler in silks. Only a slight hiaateed under per'ect in a difference between U and I. Boton felt confident that he on! J outstrip, Ttauicrlp.. the lwt oi LHe. 7i journey own-trha- fall, becauso It took tho sap all summer to LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, llnd its way up to tho brunches. When the And all points In log was placed on tho ground it Immediately began to roll ull around the piVnilses, being VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. too crooked to Ho still. It is told about u Dakota man that ho has -E- XCURSION TICKETS IN SEAS0N- .Invented a machine to pump smoko down a No. 3 gopher hole, where it Is expected It will kill Mo. 4 Dally IN KPFKCT JUNKS, '87. tho gopher. Tho only drawback seems to Dilly. Ex. Hun. bo that, while you uro inserting smoke in tho hole the gopher went Into, he will coino 7 30pji 0 80 ni out of another and sit up and whistle utyou, I.T8 IiuliTllle Islington. aud tell you ho hus smoked ever since ho Arr White Bulph'irHprlnica.. II 00 p iu It 50 a m " li 00 n'c 8 10 a in big luck." was ten years old. ' CbarIoltTllf(V M Junct) 5 10pm II 40 a in 8 10 p in :l 80 p in " Illchuiond SllK thoucht him a hero in glglamps, 10 t In one pew of a D;a Moines church tit p m f. 38 i iu " Newport Newi That youth from old Ilarvurd'a clolstcors. 11 00 p m 7 00 p m Old l'olul Comfort the widows of seven preachers, yet there are Ho quoted such boiutltul verses 7 40 pru "Norfolk And alh'liud lllio sixteen muleteers. 8 2:1 p in 0 10 p " WaihlUKtou only two women in the pew, Oae is a rel " Baltimore MU5piu II V5 pui Hut her parent said: "i:vu. you mustn't; 11 I'hllaJelphla ict of three and the otrer tbe relict ol four 00 a n. H 00 a in That youth could not gather his suit, il JO a in r. 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