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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887092701 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. Semi wuktw Jmfefiaf VOL. XVI. Letter From Kansas. iTo tbe Editor or tin IsncuiK Joiax ai. ) Oheknhuuro, Kah, rjaut. 18. Accord ln lo prouuee In yoiirn'lf ruiil everl of your reiiler, I Uk tho opportunity ol dropping you few line. Wo left our Stile on the Ulta of Auuit mid urm-m- l H Ureennlinru on the i!J li M 1 :ItO o'clock 11 un-ti- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, Claus Sprtckcl's Enormous Income. When lo ihini added the fnct that he r piy no' one cent of duty on thi crude broiii;bt from Ihe Inland, eotne Idea of the erioruintmprili'H cf the busitiew may le It wan netimatcd threw yesra ayo' Ka when the biuinem win at it height, Ih. t Ktint'ktil iiinde GOO birre' of niiKir eveiy lit, each Inrrirl w rib f?0 Hum giving mm t Uily rnvemi" o $IH,OOJ, or $0 670- ,000 a yer Hi profit wfr n cleir S10 on uvory biriel, unking hi yearly income Tli.K'O.OOO Now, however, thr profila hve dwindled adly, an the railroad coui-pii- en can no oiyer mike special ootitrscta itb him, it ml n nvdl niiKir rtrlmn cmi-pie competing with him fir the r irol 01 Hie f ugar inleretn on the il in.i Kinc llbkliua. afier Inirrowing J7"0,000 from preke'n, li:n rec'iitlr noti'ited a loin of i'2 OOO.0U0 with K ctpilili!, a n vi ilent thnl le.l itrrl the in lnarnh nnd bin unoey lender. So long, however, a the reciproch treaty with 11 wii continum in free, Spreckel will oiu ui3tiey oin of bin;ugtr IntertnU. It in enlimated that he in wonb $" ") 000, 000, n larfn part of lliuil in invented III plantation", machinery, 'emnhiH :ind iiiloh' vMeI. - (deoriie F. Filch in Con mopoiitan su-fa- 1887. Florence Washing Machine, 1 NO. 267. MT VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUiTY LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. nl. Oirroutufnm IjiiiWHI toS Ht. Loul-- . i.i WichlU wh to A Ihfi 'FrUco. ml Wichiu V , only Hire to Ureenhbitri! th K. 1 We fmiod channel with tl e cinno i"n4 tinny our town a liUlri'ilo Inn a liuililiiw Mnif "irtilnl. At iIim writing, n the old eming M, iie i "u'fttinc un her At prtmirii y ol building. eir" in Hih om tliu O. .t ''"'" w M. Kroui Corn mnil in reiainn at SI per bushel , A considerable, front was found Hatur-da- r and Monday niornincs. The new nchool houe has been finished at Kirby'n ntore on Hkaggn crek. Mike Jennings living on Upper Crook ed Creek in r ported to be innnne. The nnme of l'eaunt Vallev S'ntion will shortly he changed to Uaok' Mr. Wad I'urcell wan marrieil Friday. Did not lenrn t lie young Ud'n name ny 3:2 :VJi50; Ciri-ih- n Toe public echuol hoil irf to In n lw K..r bnci. lo cent J10 000; dou'i re metuVr tl i i , ami imuilier ol reideticwi re town. If mijone built on ll unking who renl tbl letter ooiiieinplale (irtMibiir.. nnling a irip Wet,ciom to LiNii Live the Ki.su You ulk aboui Cjt thin letter out anil bring It ib you, ml if irl ol U U mi 'rue I "ill llkbohn nnd priliCe slid kin.'-- , of Mil way I and IhlDK, but iui not UMgnaUn and uiuie-oner- n PT your w iy luck 'o Kentucky. uy Ineiid to de I am ttie bird with ins ciy. trilJtd out hern lo wniu iitai li m I here for uit nnd ilin'i roil lorgei it a inuiii't: I don'i ceive them, tether d "ol have to worry hn.l bo'her itud tm ; I'm at , he Hi. Cmie mul jtu will tiroi'; I'm u A uivi with home in a row and I lire in U either. through smoked a kuii and a eon of the nod, I'm ihe nun with do well, lint uivlctptttlcw do better. Tnw i the pie and the tinker thnl'n in l ; I'm worship' el tiv men nd I'm womhipd br b iyn, I'm uin, hiii U t j.niry lor youn.-- . family mid the undo ol fur; I'm Ihe father of noiec, with i ie pUoe f r n pint mm energetic in the odftther of nport and (f all kmdn tf l' 0" lb tuttnnc l lIlH'rl 1114 Ul III WltlieCDUgl lo get to KU- - joy, lot the hicni-- t, big duck in ih pud-dI hclil the wliole land In my h n m and gjo.i learn, 1 would ny ,,Kuw " '''"' lent ulm, tl.e iieople Imw down and they is tbe p ncv for you in inkoii, nius me a palm, I'm never perturbrd, I'm Ciiiniy hv nil Itii'l In Ki there Imina fire Murr lirick, 25illi0 Oreeiwbiug lUnl ; Wnivro itory hrickrtinrn ro 'in .V)xl20; two Mil l'; two fiOxSO. Tme U on Main 'rtei, arid eTerl other mult ll)U Ktf li'ing pulled out of iIim wr ! link" room f r mure Tim fotindittloiM for thrt-chiirchc hi Iwn Uul til; the Hip iin Imve ihe fuumltilnn complete, 3JiW; e ilin tu 1 1 ittti lrfbymnti he-II- "iilol ferr 'in", : non-ol-- lRrecii'l cn pr "h ct exreniiivelr film. I i.evtr gel into h mud I itwirb lht nlielitiou cf newcpiper fCilluiiiiK but therrt tro v iiMrnr db; be Uki-- jet. Mot of ihe uiik,rnin nre mer. I'm in truiht'iM rignt boner of pen lo ctt nnd pn, I'm tho iet of I lie big hearted now iroiru to Ki'l Cjlumdo to t.fcf public ulb-w- et public, hut then I'm not a bit luck up i Ur.il, b it Imid buyer ar about It; o'er field, fence Mid farm, o'er ICO acw nt- FdruMof ICmkv ditch and o'er wall I tly like the lightning ln-lioM from ;700 lo JA 000, owinrf to to anwer eC! cill of idolatiou nubjct-tk-iTby re ohrtp nd buye" re for wlij"" I'm Ih Hill: the world wouldn't 'V of lhn ppportiinltliH Jati :in ol'fl, but to round wiihoilt li. fCniciyo Mail. crop in ibicountT were nd "nine to w w.ll lo do tl Falcon ptyn ttie red -- neiUeil no Liu, lUe cpue ( irn i llliw "t lOcriil pr biixli following couiplimen': 1 Kentocky the proti'ion of ll red luaded womsn ha the golden Ig ini .f f' 4Wf, whn " tbey are birk a halo nb nil her. Her nkin i nfier than klui r' CQip here Kh', otl u "line tiieHr; we piy frmi i" alio and whiter than nnow. Her form fill opl btte nw.ty in volupluoui curve mat unke u lo ;S pr l oi, It II w Khim ba it luile economic! in rrijurd uun (ire un of the apple of i.trmiie landleirnrd lo you the I will not to b lrntnc o mI ing down upon their golden bjlj:hn and cohI dumbly pleading hifn plellr ol lu bt eaten. Her brown rrtt.mii'l r,Tino wntln riit further informvion eye are bright with a Intaul lire jiickly in rejnrd lo tne Wet, incline tmip nnd eiikindleJ from the torch of love, and I will iUilly it with plenhiife burning with a toft heat that iiialtn tbe Thecrvit Hick Inland Unite on Ihe 10th heart of a man amid the nweei svor ol npprotched the eniern limit ol our ciiy, spice. Her walk in light yet Ian an I the citiia turned out en nme tisreet gnorom a cjuioinatioii of t'leopitra and Ihem with n dry lotd of apple, cidr and Titanis. The violel upon which her little clear. W wtched the wonderful new foot pree d e in ecuatic pain about her that in cllnl liy iunlep, joying lo hare been eo blered before pr cee of Uyilitf the wen the "Wild Imbiutn," which annibilatiou And Ihe red blcod which mile per d My from two to thre inutile her rounded velvet lip unke lor G o'clock Ihe them glow until the When tho whilU bl rooi turn pale in (lreenbur people i;a?e three cheer for iiuie ni the dullne of tneir co1 ir. If I the Kick I l iti.1 ndin re)Jiie the Kick were a cannlbil I would let all the lough Iclan.l pioplemvHthiee cheern for Green old brethien go free and fant 10 yeirn if bur and tho engineer blew three lont; and neceary, until some nice young red headlou 1 hid h All were invited to pirtk of ed fiter citne along (o convert me. Ihe hoipiUlilie whlCT the blird ol lrde What urn we coming It'' We are lulprepued, There were eenerii uiUr 10(5,007 piinioiier a Urger army change and Kteeling and xhorl epeMihea, than (iermnnr kee pi in piy lo hold .l?ace cloi'ni; willi ihre chei for llreennbuu and tiie Rroit K"ck Iibtml Tin road tun and Lorraine, and hIuio! an Urkes France l.ii orgamr. d lo uveoge SimIuii. It in eanier a through peeni!er tr.iin lo Cnicao i Ihe bet roid in the UiBii lying to get hold of the public treat, for the UMt linns. It S ,it; be ler kj lippud, Hnd they look like l'alernalinm in runiiiii,' riot nt Washington. We ee it in HUir etlurational bil'e, rirer lutler el of men. Jamim II. Steimibm?. and harbor bllin, public building bill mid UKNKIirH 01' UulUUNd A830CI TJON!. hundred of kmilioi steaU. It in time to Pney promote and fonler frugal hibll call a ball. ICiough birnirle are fantened I'ney uiculcite nobriety and cherub and to the hull of the Snip of State. "Turn rtMp-c- i the rii;hl n( man. the rascals out" i good pilitici, but cruh Tney are incentive to tlie practice ol iog Ihe n, leeche, btdhug, ecm imy. moeqiiiioe, ileserler, lniinly-hoppe- ri and mo-fiitndil bu'Jind, more cclle-coolerl'ner who are able to earn honent iliiufiil hoih aid certiinly mord provulen bread, but prefer lo liv on iluin, in better lia f.ither. No niitnly Americiu would crae the name Vwtt open lo the dark, myelinic, hiii ill of a single honent man from the pension merciiant aou laboring m.n the only hsmr-u- e roll, but there are llmuntnd there who 13 n home, have no more right (o le Hare than the Ttiey lift up ihe uor and uiikn him lpvi' baa administer the Kucharist, more manly. Loilleville Time They remove miaerr tad place in lieu The prinocer rose to speak in hi own dethereof happine. Thfy enri.'h the tilate and defend i'a in fense 'Gentlemen of the piry," lie niid "I ktiew the man whom I am acctleed of IfL'filV. They kill commiiuim and uhU an. killing for years, and I euQered much at trchy odiou He swindled me out of tbe his bauds They humanizi, chriatianlz), eofieo ihe greater part of my fortune, ran away with of eared, ioured and discontented heart mv wife, me three limes the toiling mawe. - John 8. Oriflin. practiced on a cornet for hour at a time in "Pdtny, onto here. I want lo lalk wid a room adjoining mine, and seriously an you. Will ytz loan me two dollars?" "In. neyed mo in various other ways, but I bore dade I wull not. It'rt yernelf that' bin all uncomplainingly and forgave him. Dot, owin' me a dollar slnco the Fort' of July." gentlemen, when he came to me with a tale ''An' wasn't It partly to pay yn the dollar about how lie caught 10 four pound trout I owe yes that I wanleJ to borry tho In a brook that wouldn't support a Miciey, yiz can minnow, ihe iron entered my soul mono'V "In that Bits. have it, for 01 alwaya lolke to incouraf a andl8lewhiui."-(T- id nt honet debts." in psyin' hi unn Nor for the oldest Postmaster. This Traveler. time his name is Iioiwelt lieardsley. and he A stitch in time save tune, nnd a bottle lickn pirtage stamps nt North Linaing, N of flan'er'e Chlc'ten Cholera Cute will rave Y. He waeleviind to the position of I. a hundred or more chicken from cholera if M. June 'JS, 1S23, and he has held it ever given in time. It i mid on the "nocuro-nsince under hi original ommii'ion -- nearly GO year. pay" plan by MrKober'fl & Stxui;. nl in fet r Unjr (icrtion oit "' ba f ou our conn-ly- , -- l'-- ita n ; vt-r- be cit; tll chp ie de-llc- ril, sup-pjttfii- K lo-d- The hands at thu upper ijilirry at Wil-di- e are on it truu for bacic waen due. C. W. Pin lia bought thnntor linu,, dwelling and lot ofC W Adamnf d.UoU Conductor (leer while exploring the Iirodlie.nl cive at big fill Tnur'tliT killed n Urge nt lon.iake. l'hres Auitrian, direct from the old country, arrived S indty night to wirk in the Wilifie ijiarry. Dr. Peyton wn callel from Stanford .Sunday morning to eec a daughter of W. II. Spridlin at Judge Fiah's. The corn crop of thi county m much better than wan expecteJ. A number of farmers report from 5 lo 8 birreln per acre. J. W Ping ha purchaned a hall in ler est in the grocery store of his brother, C. W Ping and Ihe firm will he knon an C. W and J. W. Ping. 1). N. William han aobl a lot of timber on hi -- U0 acre tract at the head of Hound Stone lo Andrews St Worrell, of Mmouri, for f 1,'JjO for making croc tie. Dr. Divm say the H'in Sam Ward we on the train Suudiy on hi way lo Frankfort, being un.br the impression that the Leiislatuie meet on the first cf uixt month. J I) Milahell, that bustler in the mill buinei, wan here Saturday talking up the inleretn of bin old employer. Jet! never fail to net there when his cii'tomers need lbur Mr. J W. Nebitt, the stave man of thh plare, wa aoiuainted with boodler McOarigle, of C licao, some year ao in Chictgo and says be considered him to be a sharp, shrewd man. Mr. N was a member of tbe commandery where McG, was made a Knight Templar from which he ( McCl ) was lately expelled on account of bin abience in Cinada with other people's money. The first copr of the Lebanon Enter-;tunder the management of our old friend, M. I'. Craft, In been received and it i a daisy. Of course be is goini; to make a sucrw of i'; you can't keep Ihe mountain bjysdowo. When tbey under lake a thing iher generally get there and don't you tase to yourelf the privilege of scratching your cranium and therebvallow ing your memory lo become faulty. The negro Kobinson, who shot at Conductor Harris' cabooe at Krodhead, a mentioned in lait pipr, wa brought here and tried before Judge Colyer and given $'Jj and 30 darn f )r concealed weapons and held to answer before the next grind jury The primer was taken to Stanford jail, the building here for jail piupie not being reidy for occupation. It wa showti that the negro win drunk aud shooting promis cioii'lyafle: being put off; ho did not hit the car. but probibly it wa no fault of his that he did not. J W. Miller nccouipinted br T. T. Wallace and K L Joplin, leave to day for Pineville, Hell county, to join a surveying parly that has been set out by the U. lo survey old land grants and patents granted to parties in the cauutiei of Hell, Harlan nnd Whitley when ibis Siale wa a part of Virginia. The surveys will likely require a year's work as there are thousands c f acre involved. Mr Miller is a practical surveyor and will no doubt give entile natiefsction io his employers and the same can be slid of thoneaccoiupanving him. J, Em'Itkment Oveii Low PnicE.i line f dress goods in town Si, cetits up Hip;-gent Since the present cold spell the polite c crk of the Jackson II iih h m put his pretty slipper nway nnd we that graceHil step. Sam Wren says he lost Ihem wiile stepping m high last Sunday. The coal miner' nlrihe at Pitlehurv, Kit Bnii'adt nnd Alumnnt mill contin-liewiih no pto'pccM for a comproinisp, wiih the exception of ihe Nickel Piaie, that firm having cold ibeir mine and the coal bin lo 50 miner, who vill run it as a cooperative rompany, paring themselves 3 mininj. The other cents per buhel operstor claim they unlr get 3 rents per bushel aud catinoi par but 2J for mining. It is very pnbable tho trikers will go to work soon, unle-- their brother knights ol lalnr give them some help, - J. M. Hiker, ol Letcher county, came lo theexpre-- n olliee Htturday and lifted a C O. D. pickage upon which the charges amounted to S 100, and paying the charges he repaired lo a corner of Ihe oflica and opened the package, which contained a very common brick. He threw Ihe brick down and confined that he had been swindled to the tune of S700, $300 cf which had been paid in advance. He at once employed an atlorniyand attached the money in the hand of the express agent, claiming that there should have been watches in the package from a New York firm, but we are inclined lo think oiherwi-e- , as it bears tbe stamp of the old counterfeit money snin LAKE ICE! ! ! uis I will deliver lo regular ctHtqmir In Stanford t lure bought Ihe rl;Ut lo sell tho Florence nd vicinity ererv morning nt Wablii Mi nine mul am now prepared to furnhh all who may with to aire tbelr clothes frji tbo Two CciifH m Militant liarln,? inriileiiMo IlinoM proceaanf waalitn Take one an try It ami Ik) convinced, Arconnts nt the close of each month I'll not worrv you noout luirlu,' unions you nro when customer quits. lully satisfied as to Hit merits. Per Pound. s, Hpiil'iuarttrs at ji. r. Siu.iiis; H, Myers' store. n k it. in no ir. E. H. FOX, I aui SIIXTLltfEnY. dally opening an elejnt llneol Spring and cinuiuier Millinery, IncludlDi; all DANVILLE, KY. Has remoyed to hit e'ent nnv building oppoIs site the pjst than erer prepir-itoarcomiaixUta the putilio with Ann from l'ltoturaplu to llfusizj. sitlstactlon uar1 s The d Latest Novelties of the Season. - Also Motions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars and Culls. Kuchtng, Corsets, Bustles, etc. You will Hd.1 meal tho rroias lately vacatl by Smiley .t Warren, next door to the Myers House. lC2-2- KATE liVlHtKHAH. JA9. ), niVK n WU. ATKK1. 13, Livery, Training, AND Feed, ! Jiotary Public, SALE STABLE J1HIS 11. AYREScS: GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 311 Having rentfd tho sUMe on Depot streot, I am prepared to train nod hn-ahorses on reasonable Fifth Street, termi. County Puurt day trade tollcltel, 1M.UVKSTF.tt, LOUISVILLE, - (190-ly.- ICY. ) btanloid, Ky. Kooms 3 and 5, Cromle Block. PEARSON & CLARK, .TACKSIK' F . B. JI017MJR2, i LOMDOK.KY. Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, ZY. RILET, Proprietor. j die. director of the London Cornet Bind, i in Louisville this week. Mrs. Lucy Williams left for Louisville Sunday. She will add to her already large stock of millinery good. She well deserve the name of the letding milliner. Mr. and Mrs. James Dees and Mel-vi- n Paelps left Sunday for St. Louis to attend the O. A K. meeting. Mises .'Sarah E. and Lulu Randal! arrived Saturday from Bozsman, Moutans, where they have been visiting Mr. Jame4 Randall, the lat ter's father. County Attorney W. B. Catching i home from a Western Irip. He wa as fir ai Washington Teiritory and visited most of the principal cities on the way. The original and only genuine "Smiling Dive1' Jackson, the bDa commercial traveler, has with his family taken rocmsatMrs M P Paris'. What Truthful Bill Died Of An K. Paso, Texas, man being in Sail Antonio, was asked by a gentleman how Bill Hirt waa coming on in El Paso. "He went by the name of Truthful Bill, I'lrst-climiiInIidI liiroiiKhoiil. i t'urc mill roiiNounlilo prlcos. liny ami night tains nro met Ity iiollte I'orlrrHof llils popular IliHim'. 207Gia. t TliuroiiKlily Krimvnlpil ami Iti'fur. la ct 1-- 1 West in aialn Struct. 203-- 6 Prtf. A. Coeisiuao, WILLIS HOUSE, 31A1ST., IIICIIJIOMI. KV MT VERNON, KY. n Hotel Is still main- -' This old and ulnlug its fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the trarellng public. J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. , Kora goo-- Table It. . , jr. r. SEircojin, Mt. Verucu, Ky. Pro-r- And clean acd well fumlshcl rooms, thi Hotel ha4 no sux?rlor. Good sample r)ms attache.1. 2Ul-l- y ttfl'Me tl 00 per day. MAUTt.V. it J .NO. U. PEBKIilS. Urodiiead, Ky., May, leS7. A Martin heg to Inform their many friends and customers ol he change In firm ntfrne Alb-isl- THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL ( OK. 2M A JKr FMISON MS , SIAKTIX A PEKKIXS. Tne new firm hopvs not only to eustaln the reputation of the old, hut Intend to make many lutbe manuricture ol tobacco which will ! lo the Interest ol our cuitomert. We will devotespectal attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kenturky's best leaf Thanking you far past favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, Kesptctfully your, we remain, 5 tmi LOUISVILLE, - - - KY., AX F. LI XS, Prop. Stroot Curs pass tho .Ilotol for all Dopots, The Exposition, Race J I Courso, and all placos of intorost. Spocial ratoB to Merchants and Commorc'al Mon. 11 AT 13 '51, JIAltTIS A 1'EllKISS. -- JBPISlV DIt.I.S.BURDETT, OCULIST. DRODHEAD, Has had anexperlenri ol over fifteen has successfully treated bundrela of iontlon is glrea to the treatment eases of thueyco. Name and address cured glren on appll jitlon If doalred. KY. lyairs, and 320-6- clal cases 8m- of all disol patients didn't hi?' Yes." "Well, he is not coming on at all. He wa buried the day before I left El Paso." "What caused his deatL?'' "His deatli was caused by imprudence " "Perhaps truthful Bill drank too much?" "No " "Was he imprudent in changing bis clothei?" "No. it wasn't that He was imprudent in telling tbe truth. He got up in a saloon patron zed by the elite of the town and said that the whole crowd present were liars and horse thiever. The verdict of tho Coroners urr wan that he died from as Sifu'rgs, S2.00 lJ3lt TA.Y. NiVEI.CE. To tho Citizon of Linooln County: Having recently equipped a fine Holler Mill In tbe town ol Stiufjrl teat wa defy any Mill to equal in quality of tlour, we think the citizens ol tbe county should hare county pride to pmruoiiuuuu lutiaiu me same tve wisd io inform whom it may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and corn and will al- ways give the highest mirket price lor same. We' i ave aiim-some new machinery lo ottr corn meal department and cinuow make moal to suit any person It cannot be equaled by any other Mill in Wo eoll it a trial in our ilaur and this TiclDlty meal department. All having grain In our line for sale will please call nt Mill, where our agent can be found al all times, who will glfo the best prices ior same. rrar.,i ni n unp stun always In lock. U .v. I'OTfN. Sltp't. f stanlord Haller Mill Co. 231-t- A1TTEE' CHICKEN Cholera Cure ! tliniham,all stTles; oHcob5 to G1, cent; A gentleman v Biting herefrom Chicago, with whom I was talking about the anarch ils care', sild: "There will undoubtedly Notion of Atnoudraout be serious trouble in Chicago if the anTO archist are hanged. Everybody is looking of for a riot and ihere are many more people in sympithy with the condemned than you The undersigned amend the artlcl. s of Incorporwould Imagine. For my part, I think the Htauford Holler Mill Company, adoptman who threw tbe bomb ought to haDg, ation of Ihe 1S37, ed Fob 17, and on thatdiy tiled for record butthereii of the gang are not guilty of In iho Clerk's otb.ee of Lincoln county, Ky , as folmurder and 1 believe the extreme penalty lows; I Tho Capital Stock ol said Cimpany shall be is worse than thoy dcerve. If they bad been tried for treanon it would have b?en a forty thousand dollars. II. The corporation slnll at no tlino incur a different matter, but to hang tbem all for debt exceeding twenty lx thousand six hundred murder i. I believe, urjmt " f Post. nnd fifty dollars. I !jr tBt Articles Incorporation. 2SS-1- blood-.ucker- e n horse-whippe- d half-oun- ce, Mer-rha- tliiinele, lmeey and hi inkelf ; ho'ien; boots and shoe in iare iuantitie; men's, boys.' and ladi" ' halt; a splendid full line of clothing men' suits $3 50 up; hois' suits $3 50 lo ;3 A good asortment of hard ni-r- o wur, sloven, linwate, t. i -ai cent generally, in fa i price that will iir'-'- i native j iuie oods. We in and ee how lo a i mem. ng ,c H the goo Is have Look to 'your interest and save money. lit L II. Adams, Ml. Vernon. ' FiBhie" ha returneJ to the faattiee! of Hsll county to emerge therefrom when the iron horse scream through tho wilderness of Cumberland Valley. Minn Wigging ton, a teacher at IlroJhea 1, wa here Saturday looking after her clan in decirttive painting. T F. Chestnut was in L nns-vil- ie Siturday. I eter Shtitls, who was ho low with llux, his relapsed aud will hardly recover Daniel Mullins is in better and Mies IVrmelia i in a criuoil condition. Coljir, unther of Judge Colyer, in sick . Parrn, of Van wilh mahrial fever a dalia, Illinois, Ittely of thin place, c tiled to see his friends here Siturday on lib return from Madison county to his new home. J. W. Ping has more 1 to the home vacated by John Lunlz, The new fashion ladies' hats is a great ro When, hereafter a ductiou in altitude. tall hat obstructs the view at thothea re, it miy be charitably excueed on the grcucd that the wearer cati nor Mlord anything better than tho "left oyer head gear. A hundred years ago thev didn't cale REID, brate the adoption of tbe Toiled States Constitution with such unanimity ai we ! witness this week. The ratification of tbe instrument by tbe States was preceded by MISS SALLIE IIARRISON, great controvert and pirty bitterness At Albany a copy of ihe constitution was Formerly of Hutoford, has opened a 1'urchailng Asoncy Cincinnati ar.lall orden at 127 burned in public, giving rise to a serious West 8thlastreet, wl'l receive personal to herprompt and injured. attention. She will mak a sneclnlty of Dress riot in which many persons were (ioods, but will recelTo onlTs for Furniture, CarIn other place there were riots or alarm- pets and in fact everything one could wish The especially As a rule the unedtica patronage of tho ladles of this section 701-t- f ing disturbance'. solicited. ted classes of tbe people thought tho constitution only preliminary to a monarchy. Springfield (Msbs.) Union. FOIIE-STU- Pur cdices Against the Constitution. i W.G. WELCH, 8. II. SH ANKS, r, A.I.ACKKV, II. S WlTUi:i, TH03. FOSTER. XuieIiaHiiiAgeiiey Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that- positively anes it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after using of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded. so-cent- s two-thirds Fertile by McKoberts A Slifs. Stanford. L. & N. Louisville I & Nashville R. R. TUB UKK1T Following is a prescription for a superior coikiail. If you can get a physician mean enough to sign it for you, you can see how it workr. K. ARBUCKLES' ARIOSA nunmTTmi fiu?nvir i.tyi? TO TIIK namo on a paokago of COFFEE is a guarantee of oxcollonco. SOUTH & WEST IYITII Spiritus frutncnli (Ki), Sugar um et lemooi, Aqcie Bitters Big Misco et ft. cocktailibus, sufiicit wroipdedoodledoo gal. ij. q. b, cz 18. cz iv. quantum Pullman Palace Sleepers. first-class A teacher was being examined by the school board. Among the questions ft'ked htm was thi : "Do you think the world is round or to NttHhvilh!, fflciupliia, Atlanta, COFFEE MojilKomery, LIUIe Kook, Is novor good when exposed to tho air. Always buy thlsbrandinhermotically Mobllu and Aev Orleium. Boalod ONE POUND PACKAGES. Only one change to points la COFFEE is kept In all 3toros from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. LouiHTille Ui?' CEHTRAl UNIVERSITY 1 111 h-- Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS eo ''Well," Baid the leichei, as he ecratched RICHMOND. KY. I Futile Ailvan'.rii:.'-Pcptrthis head in deep thought, "some people iihuU if Mu I. . II .Ithy lotion Ileien lieirt nf- Pecking homes on the lino of this road will recelre the special rates, . llluul.rm i. think oce way and some another, aud I1 1 il. M Hlerile .li hi umdim I li wpit iblticuiiiinuii. , fliMjti. t!in. Attend inc. Agents of tbl Company lor rates, routes llftM'-.IT SS8IOV OITN4 r II f Si Ac, or write teach round or Hat, just a the parents M.i'1. II. I lull inf. iinati u and (SttuloKne, I7 please." fFH Perkins. Loulsilllc, Kj, rrirtu L. H, BLAHTON, D. D ..Chancellor. , 1 SniM-SfSltthl- fi nieriarourmu - New York seems to ba under the domination of the anarchists, who presented a resolution con The Central Labor Union at GEORGE GOD O. BARNES Stanford, Ky September 27, 1887 affirming the sentence I W. P. WALTON. TnuOvensboro Messenger twita in Icr ayini: po'd words about deal Governor Blackburn, whom we used while novernor to criticua unsparioylv for abusing the pudonin ? fver and who in a burst of in dinaiioa offered a pardon to anyoue tht would kill ua. la explanation we will fay that it U not in our nature to cherieh ani niotity eyen if the object of it remains upon thi ?phere of action, much lee can we ctrry it Ivyiad thexrave Dr B'aexburn was an irupotuoua man, warm henrted and as quick to forgive as to reaant wh U he im agined an injury Such men frequently shoot off at the mouth what does not come from the heart an J we cau not bjlieve thit he ever contemplated bo vile thin; a his Ilia main object in Ufa word implied. seemed to be to better the condition of hi kind and in doine eo frequently let hi beut run tfl with hU brains. Such a man was never intended to ba a governor and the mistake wan made by the people in chooini! him for that office. Tne effects of hia too lib?rsl tits of the ptrdonlng power is felt even to this day, for had ho let the law take ite course, the fellow iliatt might now ba oerving the State for a co inurdor, if hi neck had not pill tie penally, instead of pursuing his natural bant of 8Painstion. Yet even with all this w are willing to giro the doctor hi due, that of a sincere though often misguided humanitarian, -- a "wonder of Deaii iNTEnion:-Wh- at wonders" is the marvellous telephonti I Btaud in awe, yet, before the mysterious thing. I can't get used to it, No amount of familiarity with h can remove the scuse of amazament that the Liliputian personage and attenuated voice at the other end NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. of the line, can belong to any other than a The mercury was just 2a above zero little party about 3 inches tall, with vocal in Minnesota Thursday night. organs to correspond. And yet the inaui -- Twenty eight buildings were destroyed kin mimics the tones of a full grown man in a fire at Stanford, Fla Loss, $300,000. I know well. The whole thing is away ba The granting o( 100 divorces in a day yond me. Yet this marvel has paused Into was the record of a Cbicgo court last Sat- the region of common "stocks," and is quourday. ted in Ike market Hats as a commodity to A light snow fell at Atlantic City for be bought and sold. My little creature of half an hour Friday night. The thermomanother sphere is known among "Bulls" eter fell to 40. and "Bears," who hustle the little stranger railThe conMruction of thirty-fou- r about, and horn and hoof and hug it by roads has been started in Japan within the turns till I shouldn't wonder if some day past six months. its little voice gave out altogether. Even The total gold coin and bullion in the now it seem sorely spent, at time, and United States treasury on September 20th gurgles mysteriously, while it catches its was $2S9,G77.S35. breath; not unlike the "rattle" that presages The colored population of Washington speedy dissolution in larger folk. An I yel City has declared for Bob Lincoln and Fred this irreverent generation seem to handle Douglas for pieident. this mystery with all that thoughtless leviJohn Kernaghan was hanged at San ty, that regards it iu no other light than a Francicco for the murder of his sister-in-lasort of ''maid of all work" or common "erMartha Ann Hood. rand boy" according to its sex "Hello! Daring August 37 303 immigrants ar- is that you Saith?" "Send us up ten rived in this country, against 33 36G during pounds of susr; and five of coffx; an 1 a the same month last year. iar of jiui, right away, we want 'em for The General Assembly of the Knights breakfast; and you may send some lard of Labor of Americi will convene in annu- too" "All right!" "Goodbye." And Jones, Thl Jessamine county election troubles al session at Minneapolis October 3. who has come in haste at the request of his continue to acitate, but until Siturday the A boiler explosion in the Kreiger saw- better half, to heap this order for groceries fighting hid been done by firing at long mill, ten miles from Oeusboro, caused one on the tiny little Smith at the other end of range through the columua of a Cineiunati death and three other serious injuries. tho wire, ehutll.M oil in his slippers, with Col L. D. Bildwin piper. Oo that day The hurricane of Wedoeday caued suspenders flying free, to shave the other N. D. Miles, the leader of the bolt-ingrat destruction of property at Brownville, side of his face and complete his toilet. democrats, and asked him to explain Texas, and Matamoras, Mexico. The total Or, as was often the cie in our "Hall" at his lettrr to the paper raentio'i?d above. loss will exceed $1,000,000. Iogleide, the young ladies would consult not intend to convey the MilMid he did Mrs. Sophronia Vtckery, mother of the Lilputlan oracle, touching some article idea that B.ldwin was a liar, but that he Mr. F. II. Vickory and Mrs. Dr. George of feminine use; ci ask pert questions about he told lie, or worJs to that effect, wherePerkins, dffd Wedneday of cancer of the their female acquaintance, in which event upon Baldwin climb'd his carcass nnd beSomerset Reporter etomach. the elf would answer to a name not approfore tie co'uld ba pulled off had torn all tho V. Va., priated by the A special from Cnarlef ton, s'.erner s?x. "Hallo! Is that whiskers out of one side of Miles face It Bays a gas well was opened there last night, you Jennie?' "Wtu'"' "Yo!" "O.i Jen-niis paid the trouble is not yet over and will which dimes up 50 feet and rung at the please go round to Robinson's and tell not be till Bildwin has got a whack at Tom rato of 2 000.000 fe t per day. "Jennie! Tell me who him to end Greeu's whiskers. Green fanned the trouJudge Jackson Graham, a native of were there lat night?'' "Are you sure?" bles into a flime by writing them up for Green county, Ky , died this week in Mil- "I wont say a word about it." 'Ha! Jha!" the Cincinnati sheet. ton county, Ga , in his 77th year. He was "Who would have thought it?'' "GoodThe Salutatory of Mr. Morgan T. Craft a schoolmate of Abraham Lincoln. bye." The sprite is evidently in a merry The National Salt Union is about to be mood, but what it has communicated to appears in the last issue of the Lebanon Enterprise, writen in that gentleman's usual- formed, composed of all the large salt manour laughing damsel we know not. She ly pleasing style. Mr. Craft is a most grace- ufacturers of the United States, for mutual comes into the sitting room rippling oyer ful writer, thoroughly equfpped and deeply protection and to maintain prices. with laughter at something. To her the Charles Danham, of Somerset, is suing telephone is evidently a mere convenience; in love with his chosen profession, and we predict that his new charge will gallop at the Cincinnati Southern for $1,000 damages not a crowning dip of science into the great once into public favor. The people of Lab for not permitting him to sell his own tick- unknown, but not unknowable Wonderful anon gain an excellent citizen in his com- ets on a train that he chartered last 4 th of is that "image and likeness" of God in as ing. We have known him long and can July for $375. that thus stretches out a hand of power, to A P.ailadjlphia spjeial says that Gen subdue all things to itself. Wonderful echo testify that a warmer hearted friend or more thorough gentleman .does not honor Hawley will shortly marry Mist EJith to that voice of original grant to man: Kentucky's toil than he nor one more pub- Homer, who was notfd in connection with "Have dominion over all " So this being Tne late the care of wounded in the Zilu and of fallen greatness, can never for a moment lic spirited and enterprising. editor, Mr. Clarence E. Woods, goes to Egyptian wars. His wife died a few years ignore or forget whence he has fallen, but i tako a similar position on the Richmond ago even in his scientific discoveries will apire W. M. Linney, of the Kentucky Geo Register, where his undoubted talent for to scale the heavens though the penalty logical Survey, died Tnursday at hia home journalism will have even fuller scope. should be a jagged rock and a vulture gnawin Harro J.bur;. He was an excellent genmagiiiG-cen- t A Wichita, Kansas, man, who plead tleman, an enthusiastic geologist and rn ing at his vitals. Would that this creature might know that all attempts for 800 counts of an iodictm-soguilty to 2 able assistant to the D. rector of the Surwill fail to reach the skies save by the way violating the prohibition law, was sentenc vey of that God appointed ladder Jacob saw in ed to 17 years and four months in Jul and boy, who married a woA 10 year-olfined $2,800. He wai clerk in a drug store man ten years his senior at New Albany, his vision; and on which bright angels came and prr.bablv engaged to do what is known Indian, the day he met her, has already Hnd went, mini'tcrm; to ail who essayed to thtrsas the jail act It has gotten to be a tired of his bargain and seeks a divorce. mount to the heaven of heavens, by this regular bushier therefor men to hire out He should ba spanked and made to live one way the way "the way of holiness." OoeVs thoughts beside the telephone are of to fell liquor for proprietors, who stipulate with the old girl. necessity a little "mixed" by reasou of the with them to allow the traffic to be run in A St. Paul paper in a long interview if Babel voices that murmur or shout through their names and to take tbe punishment on the prictiol working of the huh license its convenient thoroughfaie. It is getting caught up with. This is verv ap- law in that State since it tbey are went into etlect to ba like ice, no longer a "iiixury' but a propriately termed "doing the jail act." July 1, says that it has reduced the num"necessity" of modern life. But it is eti 1 EoMEof tne superstitious suggested to ber of saloon, incraid ths public rev to me what a locomotive with triin attachMr.C.eveland that the day he has fixed to eoues and lessened the amount of crime. ed will ever be something I gaze upon It is stated that sines the marriage of with fresh wonder eyery lime 1 see it. "FaB!art on Im Western tour, the 30 .h, falU on Friday, a most unlucky on a for the begin Gan. Preston not a single death has occur- miliarity" with those breeds no "contsmpt" ning of a trip. Irmtead of hearkening to red in his family, not even among his grand- but only excites increasing admiration and Tne firt one to die was the them the President declared that Friday chil Iren marvel that such things exist and God ItKe was as good a day as any and with him it grand old head of this distinguished aud man has disjovered them. Wnat nn ink- Ljxinijton Transcript. had always bean .i lucky da7, as his notni honored family. Hog they furnish of the great undiscovered William Shower', an old man, arrestnation for goeraor of New York and PreB How can resources of the Infinite one. ident of the Uoited S.ates were both made ed at Lebanon, Pa , several weeks since, men tail to worship as they look, charged with the murdor of his grandchilon Friday There is an orthoapical epidemic just at dren, has confessed his crime and implica Gov. Knott's speech to the drummers Blue-Grated bis housekeeper, Elizibeth Sargent, now beginning to rago in the the banquet in their honor at Louisville no one knows "whereunto it will he eays, held a light in the children's that was ouu of the wittiest productions we have who, grow," unlesi checked in its incipiency. I room while heoommitted the deed. seen iu priut in mauy a day and shoivs that Tne Cumberland Valley Btnk will refer to the extraordinary habit of prohad he eschewed pilitics ar.d let office soon throw her doors and vaults open to de nouncing ' at all" rigidly, as it is spelled, lone, and followed the bant of his mind, podtors. Eyerytbing is being pushed to instead of in the way, familiar to genera-lionhe would now be a big a man a Burdctte, and established by immemorial usage completion and but a ehort time will elapse or Mark Twa'n, or Eli Perkins, for that that our father always said il "atall." until the jingle of coin and the silken ratmatttr. tle of the treasury notes can be hoard with- The dreadful ionoyation is rapidly spread A ed heaioeI) woman at Pniladelphia in its walls ing to "don't you?" won't vouV and other Birbourville News. rushed up to Mr. Cleveland when he was Thomas McKenna, a laboring man, 07 kindred colloquial expressions, which it is shaking hands with the paople and kissed years of age, murdered his wife at their now quite the rage lo pronounce "don'l-a-you?- " him by force. Toe President was so much home in McKeesport, Pennsylvania, while and bo on, ad and "won't abashed that he forgot to look for the cus she was Bleeping. He said he had been libitum. This invasion is a regular Goth towary white horse, which always shows contemplating the deed for years, but had and Vandal affair, promising to spare nor woman mikes her refrained until hi up when a children had reiched an age nor sex. And the way in which there appearance age when they could care for themselves. sweet feminine dudes roll the objectionable s like "sweet morsels unorthotpical to He says she was uutruo to him. ill business It Is an exceedingly up-hy An ex:allent portrait of Capt. C. It. der their tongues," is not only exasperating of a newspaper, but in run sny kind Mason, the great railroad builder and one to "old fogies," but positively alarming; as especially i it hard to steer a repub thing in no temporary Itcan craft through the ratjinn' billows. The ol themoat remarknhle men of his day, is indicating that the started last spring, creating much favorable comment in Liu cmze, but the exhibition of a determined Louisville Republican, foundation and hue already assigned, with liabilities nearly isville, where it is on exhibition in the purpose to upturn a social Chesapeake A Ohio offi:e. It was made for introduce a new era. It matters com qual to its assets Capt. Stapleton Gooch, a partner and life paraliveiy littlo to one who is pist CO, but The Piedmont Exposition Company' time friend of the wonderful old man. I plead in the interests of posterity that Fair, to be held at Atlanta October Asiatic cholera broke out on the steam ws who disapprove shall exhibit a firm uromicei to be a big event. President c r Alesia, which left Naples September 3 for front and frown the innovation down. I am Cleveland will ba there on the 18th and the j Naw York. The vessel arrived at her des sorry to add that the younger members of city will pat the big pot in the littlo one tination Friday having lost 8 of her passen our troupeare infected by the prevailing epi and the kettle in that. Cheap rates on all gers and crew during the voyage. Four demic and are, I fear, beyond the bounds , the railroads. persons were down with the disease when of parental restraint In the mitter Sol Jenny Lindwhcfe eweet voice once, the Alesia arrived at tho New York quar- own up to a little personal and private consternation, that may impart a mild held audiontei in every part of the world j antine station. She had six hundred of eelfishnesis to this otherwise impar captive, is on her deathbed. w, g t! -- demning the supreme judges of Illinois lor of death against the throwers at Chicago. Such exprebomb ssion n ''God bless tho band that threw the bomb" and "God blci the bomb" were .frequently heard during the meeting Sun day which anally Drone up in a row. ine days of labor unions are numbered when they make common cause with the arch traitors and enemies of society, whose plan is to burn aud murder when they are interfered with br the law. IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE TII-I- lltAlfcrU3 JOOllI. 'S7. Lixinutok, Btpt IS, ''Don't-a- " m tial appeal to an outraged public s m TfTfc.ll you see? "Won't a" you do womciliit g alarmed? i about it? Or are you not "at-al- l" tiaades of Webster, of Worceiter, of John-eoTo the resctul The Lexington meeting closed in fulltet We c'calre to mil your atlrnlbn to cur lirli Mid blessing The Opera House crammed with an earnest and attentive audience to the last. Olr dear friends, sweet, sweeter It a well i sweetest to the end It was bo different Ol err ry d,fciltlot, which wo kwp cunitintly on LanJ. and sic you lo coin and examine from any of the previous meetings in the " I feel proud "Empress of the a thousand times repaid for all the "sowing Which Co retail house cn comtc with. While you are louktig around, wo will iliow you tho in tears" ol the comparatively unappreciated past, by this "reaping in jy" of the last ten days. I feel eo strong from this e aro sgtuU for, the lett In the market alto the latit experience just to go on and on and IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, "preach," without a shadow of a doubt that the Wird will ever "return void." It Something new and norel aud the flnrit thltg of the kind In uis. In our line of Heitln; and Cook In Heating Mines, to tilOTos. we rail phaselne moot fllilluu In lulli irlu ami make, and shame me for all temporary w kv. Mine, Ouiflil, halt, Ac, and In fait wo wlih toahow jcu inmrthlcgeicellenl. Ol and mistrust. I should not bo sur- there li ararcely anything we harn't gut that tiouri anything near our line. Come In when you are In I Very truly, prised if even my Iriend Falcon, slipping town and we ahall delighted to make It pleaasnt Mr yon a back scat of the Opera House, hns into had hisstiong heart broken by the gospel, and rtgrut now that he ever dipped his pen iu gall. 'So mote it be" Geo O. Baiines. Eer in Jesus, n! mmmm n r r r1 ase, Blue-Gras- s Complete Line of Groceries Om stools of Iliii'ciwai'e, Oliver I'liilltM. and Imperial IMown, es IKKIiKU A JlItlGUX. ln OANytLLE. BOYLE CUUtlr Mr. J. T. Mock, whose illne-- s with typhoid fever has been announced, is reported by his physician, Dr. L. 8. McMurtrv, to be this morning in a very dangerous condition The remains ol the late Samuel McKre In charge of his mother and brother, Mr R. M. McKee, are expected to arrive here this evening. Mr. McKee died at Oregon City, Oregon, where ha had been living lor a number of years past. Judge Morrow went to Somerset Friday night to visit his family, lis win be here again Tuesday in time to upn orirt. Col W. O. Bradlev is in towu this, Monday, morning, on hiwny home from Cm cinnati, where he was Saturday night to take part in the republican ratification of the recent nominations for city oll'ues Col. Hinnett H. Young, of Louisville, wits in town Friday night. Unattended a meeting of his old college sjciety, the "Dieno'o-gian.- " Two white men, Josaph Wilson ami William Thomas, ware arrested Sumliy by Town Marshil , Wells and G T. Helm, of Junction ICity, kfor robbing Ira Bright', store in that city last Friday night They stole nboutt$8u worth of goods, about $70 worth of which was recovered Rich hnd two suits of stolen clothes on and had in the r posssjasioo bundles containing n libjral supply of, shirts, nocks, etc The men claim to be coal miners and say they were employed In O ilo. Both are in BUY GROOKBIKS OF- T. R WALTON roit.i:i:- - mo" jail lt MAIN & SOMERSET STS.. Home He. anil, a youug uuu fiom Junction City, was tried Thursday on a charge of detaining a woman and acquit ted. The young man has lain in jail set t months because ol his inability to tire the $500 bond required by tie examining court. Neither the girl or any othr wit nea made any statement scrlou'lv implicating the accused. There was absolutely Bit yet the youug no'.hinrrin th ca-- e man had to lay in jail several months and I oo bi situation as fireman on the rrilroad and hi father his situation fas engineer, of the tim ha lost attending his son's er-ae J.SJSD GKT THE i case A white woman giving the tame of Mrs. Jordon Lawson, was droped from the 9 o'clock r. M. train Friday night while on her way to Somerset because she had not the money to pay her way further than tnis t ss' point. She said her husband abindo-ieher at their horns 10 miles this Hide of S m erretsix months' ago. She hnd been to Shakertiwn seeking a hom, b i cji ! n t be received on acco'int,oflherchildre'i. Mr by W. 15. Nscho', of the 'Tribune rii-- l to enit.e hir subscription enough unni-to continue tho journey and to buy shoes anl stockings for tho children. t ware Elwar I Caraf and Wm indictel for falsa wearing b tbe gran I jury on Friday. Be inett i about 50 years They went to the old and Carey about 17 clerk's office a few days ago accompanied by a youog lady named Marcalla Devinc; Ca rey gave the name of ElwarJ Dsyin-- anl id v was hi sister and swore the youn said he was the over 21 years old a o one lo murf the la ly aid on thesa ments the license wis isiifd. It turned out that th) two young psople were the ones who wishel t) mirry, But afier the license was issue I the girl's father, M. Da vine, of Mercer county, overtook tne party before the ceremony could be performed and escorted his daughter houia It is thought the elderly pariy's nirne is not truly William Bennett y s 1 WATllS & DAVIS 9 4 fiery-haire- d tid-bit- Ken-luck- 10-2- 2, -- Hi-v- pas-eeng- The Rkiht Kind ok a Judge. A dramatio scare was enacted in Judge White's cojrt in Kansas City, when the jury brought in a verdict of guilty a'nd a pen JBLW ti alty of six months in the county jail against John Smith for attempting to assault little Ruth N illard. The j try was out only two DKIMI IK- or three minutes. While tho clerk was reading the verdict indignation gatheied on DruQ3, Books, Stationery and Judge White's face and the clerk had rjifib 'lyTCH. rdiiuy mi iibirjo. scarcely finished when he raid: "GentleV IX" LT. " " .M men, I shall takn the liberty to set aside Fhvilrlant' Konluilone accurate!) romfjuwled AH your verdict. If you had found the de. i IWtlWV awiaeJiMTta fendant not guilty I dhould have nothing to say, but when ynu find tho defendant guilty and his punishment at Tho finrgont fltoct of Watobes, (.Hooks, months, you perpetrate an outrage. If you Jewolrv ind Silverware think men may take female children from ' inn ntfcrkrt I'rlce than the cradle for the purposo of gratifying Kiht tue Uiivii 'Vaunt Clocka and Jewclrr Ke- their lustful desires and then escape upon IlltM oii ahull nutlte and Warrant!. an imprisonment o' six months, you are a disgrace to tbe civilizition of the day. You will now all ba discharged from attendance and f)rc.ver disqualified as jurors in this court." r EIGHTEEN PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS-- ! Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal 11 a recent arrangement between rill School, Military Tactics, Commercial and Preparatory Courses of Studv roads and steamships the trip from New rorxTV Ai,i,oivri:i:s ui:ci:ivki vuva: Fall lerm begin; .SEPT. 14 11107. For CATALOGUE and other York In Sjdiwj, Auitralis, cm be made in addroiT JAMES K. PATTERSON, Ph. D.. LEXINGTON. KY. 17 dajn A H JEWELER. PHARMACIST, ( - 2 -.f TATE eOLLEOE OF KENTUCKY. nni'innv i.x -- r ri "V. " "i Smi W teM Stanford, Ky ! i fcrtcr.w ournri " ! 8 ' ?, Znt ' "M C,0,I,,B" m "p"v: Sonielliinjc optombor27, 1837 HuHlnoHa MnnftKor. new. 'skk our new l wiiriuuii li K. WViren. Another front i. E. O. WALTON, irr (hun trial of F"riUy. C. M. iwtiUj, n liitle hev Tirr. Stanford Killer Mills are runntn; $500 en hi two aors D. H. Cord, Bur da n"d miMit noi nnd j eellirg fl )nr in gin, ail I hi cntl and hou o Wilier & ol I Dtnvill, K chtnoiid and Linu.ia'.er, where !Iiiiri;23 held o' er, alr.nl : $2 85, are roller mills. That ''Dily" Mills are 1 200 p Mind-- ; 18 a: S3 25 and 12 " Also 38 fat hogs, wefgiiri..' ah ml 1G0 ulb , hard to kat Harr Dsmicrat. match was atSl.PJ Pitor. I'UM.lAM'd -ap-lll- PLEASE OBSERVE M'ROBERTS &, STAGG, THAT - i,l Mi.ll train &1PIM V. .OJMi HUE CAM). lnif Norm. BuUtO 4 " ... ........ IM1,H riit jijOto U clcullfHj on standard time. McUr ls .umiit 2U milium lastor C, LOCAL irnlll" rtuillli Nor h .... .. II - .11 1 8'J 81 4!) f, u, P. U, A, M TIME CARD. m. Trilii! Irate ltowland t5 nJ 7.20 a. leturnlnK, airlreat and 8.55 r, m. Tocal1i6tices. II UY jiiur ecliool lootc nud ecliool plten from A II l'eunj. Ask your urocer for the Cincinnati kiriK ni)c Hi. Co.' crackers nn! cakei, MrKonnns A r'TAnn nru liehdijuutere for echoul lKoki ami hool euppliee. W atuhkh nnd Jewnlrj rehired on lior lotiie mid nitrmutcd by A. H. l'enor. A oumi'I.ktb etocL of jewelry, luiwt A, tyle. ilot'Rtord WHtclifix a HKcinlt7. U. iVrmj. Tiik firui of Penny A McAlieler hiTlni diaiolveil, the account are ready for fettle uienl. 0uie nt once mid fettle. You inay e largely attended and proved Irdh entertain The clred Mison i Uretiiwu'.d ing and instructive. Of his scholars Ctiar-le- y Mis,, I yu i) tied Henry Taylor and wi'e arNoitltin, , haa been II jlmes stood tho test longed and of oused of murJrr poatmaetcr at Paint I.lck. theouisidersMrs.il J, McltiherlH, Prof. T'leCentr-i- l L o t U lion of Knsi Wli.l. Dunn waa arreted by Hnerill U. L. Penny and Mist Annie Alcorn, All OKCity yesterdiy expdted Us Socialist mm Newland Friday and taken back lo the got left, however, on "charivari," which is -bers, and adop'el trvi r.)iu ijns igain'. Asylum at Islington by J. N, Menufee. pronounceJ aba-r- e ociallsui and enarr.ny. lc ! P'liuia'ed Hist Cevpland'a trip Tiir youni' peoi! enjoyeil a nice little Mils Mc.U'EE bad Kobert S. Lytle ar hop at the Opera HoiHe Friday night, to rested yesterday morning for running ber thrntigh tr.e Wrst and South will cover muaic furnished by Prof M. Lotte'ri or Bob had occasion to go to Kow-la- 4,500 mile, rot rum $10,000 and rnjuire chetra, of Dinville. ani halooed at Mrs. McAfee that tie him to make 50 epeecnei. - ii Having securd the fiervices of C. F. KENT, a practical Watchmaker with mi Thp Caosdian D'pirlment of Fihrrie John H. Ciiaki A Co, Stanford, Ky., wuuld be back direct! r. Iu a short time is advised tha: up ! i d ite ten L'ehrn.g' Sea many year' experience, all work will be done with neatness and dispatch, with Wanumiker A Drown, Pniladelphia, she put Mirshal Xiwltnd on the track and sealers tne thiiled the U S. cutter Kwsli fully ins ured. Spectacles ar d Eye Glasses to suit the eye. plac on e.ile from nauipleii 1,000 men'i, Mr. Lytle whs run down. Explanations fol and arrived at Victoria The total catch lowed, Mrs McAfee begged his pardon, and youth', Iijt' mi i childreii'rt overcoata i repined to lie 19 010 kin b Canadian though he did everything w.s lovely again, vessels and 2 539 ekir landul In Iiriti h A LADY with biautifut red hair waa not fancy the idea of baiug arrested even on Columhit by Auuntin sOooner A' aeen toilrive a milk white hore up main so trivia' a charge. $0 50 p- -r skin tho value o tnocitch reah- alreet Sunday to the delight ol thoae who HELWIOUS. the sum of over $140 000. believe there ia aomethini; in the new craz . ee. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, toll-gat- u 1 cit. John busing. we it. Fimtmi u in -.- Mil L I Coi.kmn, of Hurodburx, in town line wtek Mm J. S ilL'MH.KY, nf Spriui.field, in tl e un1' h"r parent here. i the Min Hkttik Davis of Mill-- , CUeM of Mr . II. C. JoIid-hMm I'hicv (J. IIijmjm Iim cone to New II vfi to iln hrr huidMnd. Ml- - Kuxk Fo of Ml rf.rr'ini, It the k'tirnt 'f Miiw Annie Alrorn. Mil A. A. McKinnkv took iiilTnUgj of tin- - r.ieip rile to viil St. IjuW. Mm. M A. Ciiuvf." And Mie i of Mr. A Anion, of WMilllt, t ctii-Ki- The Lmiaville Confi-renco' Ihe M. Tin: committee aent from Caey county to examine the new jiila at Lomlou and H. Cmirih, Houth, will meet at Hartford WilliamabiUK were better pleaded with the this week. The Colored Btptlst National G)n7en foruisr'a and will report in favor of adopt tion rppir's 21 college, 30 paper, 1,155, plan. inu it HO membjre; church property $1,057 571; I'll r nnw drummer for iheSlanford Killcontributions to oducttinntl and rligiou er Milla, J. I). Mitchell, who i mayor of work 301 789 M Richmond, hta iit in two order in a The people of Milleraburg have em Iiumviile on week, one for 110 000 and the other for oS, ployed counsel and will tiht in the courts 050 pound the attempt to remove Kintticky Weleyn e Ciminisstoner B.ack has rtreivt-i- ' the fol owing letter frici a C nir rtviru' veteran. 'I n ive mi go: n draft, iin pi per of any kind for in- - Dir.k pi7 penii n I demand It on sight and duii't you fri.pt it, Y hi a lertied evtryone on the I want, sion ro- -i hut in m uUim n. tied too write P.ei 1 an cr tl is and sen I me mr rinuev a I .vnt ii." This is quite hliint and soldier like p-1 ep-o- Ini m m N 'g& 2 w d w 'S2 Js 1 g If1 B tf" O I 1 The 2rinu oompu'ainns of "ip ainoti' t FitoT A pretty ood ati'd frot ahow College 'rom thu lown to Winchester. t rearlj in this cotmtre rn liijuor are Judge Hir.'i it t.i represent them. el upSiturday morning, after the rrtin very d rn.ii. On) spelipr at a temper-unKev Alfred Bllmglon, a BsplUt alorm of ThnraJay riiKlii ind Ihe heavy Nil e i"g at Br'pl;'-nMas., the o'htr of temterature I. ri i.o evere enoiluh missionary, was ehot and djngerously (i that from lie sum spent v wounded week in the Indhn Territory uitfh' r to d ) a greit deal of di4ii)K', if theri had on q a Ihottsird pry ce ii- , Iic uit R. IVnrir Mil S IiW rirrrtN. wioh.n bixn "etersl nnnlDit in Iidin i, m oi II fjH-ni- by a u)an named Glassmore, who was jealbeen any'lilng to dtmaK'e ous of him, nnd j'istlv. nrh ih a- - tlii girls In ordrr to be in lime for the dtci'ion nf all lov. the young preacher theCmrtnf Apprala which he ia etire will Uev. Percy (5 write from Xw be afainut the ooniitiilioiiility of the pro Haver: Meeting growing in power; five hibiliun Uw in thin cjiinly, Sitiire M. C addition Siturday and more profeesionK Portman haa oated nntlcea that he will ap nnd a r umber fir pnver. My Stanford ply at the next ooutity court for licenae to churc'i lelegr iphed me 1 1 stay over lo d ly. retail lliior. Ak friends to prey for us her'-- . Will he A I.irri.X and ecratching home lo preach next Sunday. At 15 o'clock lately took place Siturday nt the I'orlmin Houae will preari at Bright' new rhu-cKi-owool-piilliii.' h, lt yr gold oj-e- I I lor, in?dollrr I -, i pier ml thl be put on each word in the bible and thi even ihrn there would b- - $50,000 to epar- - r I (.' nvic: in the United S'a'e nsVc one tenth of ill th hr w u an I Irushe a ten'iHth o ..r boot an i shoe", i I ir'ie'h of " I' Cirri iir," to I Vinii (.ir'ie". o' o at the biriel anil n nt o n 'e le elm Hi' p irt ion of t'le ren l ( 1 I v-p-i . lar Th m to hlx f ittierV fnuiilj Ml Tw.vnr BrArY, ore .ur 4 blonde btaiilir, lm io to I.)illville li remain c uple of mtU 1'iiok HciiYKY Hki-- M w up from hi eohuul it IVrryrille, wtiich in protrfKinK ftnely isllti n mie Id clioIam M Haii.cY WiTMKif U rMYenni from nu t ck of frrrr He h) bern nick trenl week t the Carpenter Houe. 'fc'nuniK E B. ('ALnwei.i, Jr, w oyer ycterdiy to hire the mlnutji of hi Anxiation printed, of thich be h been clerk for many year. Mils H U Uhkiiit, of Mo , Mr- -. Will Hiiller, of Liuinrille, Mrs Kuicenia Whitley and Mr. W. C i'rice, of Dioii 1, an I Mix Mary Ownler, of Woodford, are Tinning at J E. KrrU'. F. J. Cautuei.l waa up from Kick Cajtle HprinKD ti'turdftj and tiuuday look intc nil the belter for but eKn of hard but proflliili e work. He cmue t j wnd hi eon, St. Claire, lo the Kirkurille Academy. Ki.liru It. O TiiniMAN, finsncial aent for the .Slate I'niverMly of Colored II itirt in the city uf Lminrille, i here In of tht institution He and the in'i-rc- t 1'rof. Kiicker, of (leorgetown Collece, ad dreofid the colored peoplu nik'ht at their rhurcli ltl W left yesterffiT at N'tireth, in to entr NvUon r inty V lire I'jriiiiHn h'ijh ho dae n : nenil her tl to becatl'e he dora not like the Cjllete hcra (or he he liee. I'mf 1'itxion hi ona of the hoU in the Hi Mc. ! it bscui-e- . it la next to iuipin'i-bl- e for n (;irl at a hole' to net t chtnoe to atuJy a ahe ehould. MlM LOCAL MATTERS. Itliotu 1'oilT.VAN theCitholic r'jool HitKK 'orfale. Henry lUuchman Kr.tvil ovleri lhtirnday at S. S. A kine line of French Cinditn Ceied at A. A WarrenV Mjer'. jtl-- t re Uooth and ehoe repaired in iirt'cUe etyleatF. U Urady'n ahop. Benedic A C)., Stanford, Kr. A HOY, If it U --TAter you ned, write 'o wa (J A ' lorn the firat of c of their union, to Mr. John Dmlderar yesterday. aiiih inela nex' Mondiy, Tiik ouri wheti, we are kI1 lo learn, a fewer number of cUIuih tlianfor aererd yeaH will Ime to be pnnaed upon. Fon Sale. Fiye ahare in the First Ni tional Hnk ofSwnforl, privately. If not eold privately will cell at public auction on Mondiy, county citirt day. Cill at this cilice. "i Dit. Fowi.rn rf porta Iheeile of the hoiire and lot of el(ht crf In Huetonville to Mrs. Uriah Dunn for Sl.GtJS and say that Carpanler brought the peraonalty of Mr aatlefjctory price. m I ii Tun fellow n Lindon who ptld $700 for very paor little brick, does not deaeryo much aymprtthy. He was evidently bitinc nt n tcheiuu to make money in an illi'citi mate wiy nnd wa played for a sticker. am buck with the Hinser Sewinu Machine Compiny and will be rUA to icrve tho'D wao wluli the belt mncliine in th markut. Come in and see mo At my oflice nxt doir to Myer' atore. P. Hamton. I i " A ncKEi) urclub went down to Junction City Hittirday afternoon and got picked up 23 to 13. The town kids who went in T?ulintl frtrcil heller, however. Thev downeda rAilroad nine 22 to 10 without' half trying. The proirirtel meeting a' Troy. Wil las. .Sunday iii or p and Nonesuch clo-vnight with 110 addition Tne Prebyte rian church received 102 members and ttp WANTED, .HI sister churches 1 Kiv. K M.Thompson To solicit crJera Nunery Stock and K der Joeph Hopper ais!ed at the (mod (salary ami lor our rellaUe nuini-sl'i1xpim or cioployiutul (,mrjnle-- l AilJrusn alouctj, TllESomeraet Kqwtet geta after our old meetings. There was subcribed lo build Blitln friend, Sim Hicke, with a eharp alick, for a church at Nonesuch the liberal sum of N.XKI.I, tV- - llf ir.lA''ii. Nurserymen, 267-- t M. IxjuIs, Mo. aelllng Iiiioih, whiaky and beer in viola11,118 Journal Jeamine tion of the loett option law Jude Hick Dr. Morris Evans preached his initial deniea that he ia aellinc, but kega, barrela sermon here Sunday. It was a goo dia and a government licenae are urged na course, marred somewhat by it length and proof igtinat him Being police judge and the low temperature of the room, which I will ott'i at public tale at inr retUence V,. mllei from Hualonllle on the MUdleburg pike, aworn to aee that the laws aro executed, we wa minus stoves. Dr. Evans is inclined to hope that he can prove out of the charge in be a trifle long winded, but he should re- On Siitnrdiiy, October 1, 1SS7, an honorable manner and reatore the confimember lh fate of the younr; man who Two dence in which he baa alwaya been held. listened to Paul's long discourse until be 148 Aorog, was so tire-- ! he fell out of the window and PoitTHAiT After two months of work his nex, and not put his hearer in a Mostly In Kr. The Improremonti are comfortbroke under vcrv difficult cucumslance, Mr. able. 'Ibe other similar predioament. Paul set his victim's Alex Conn, of Liocaater, has eucceeded in AoroB, Contain b Sisty-Fiv- e neck and restored him to life. The doctor's unking a very line portrait of Mra. K, M. victim's will have to remain dead after they Willi uioderato improvcuirnti. Tho McKlnney Carp titer, who ha been lying fatally ill for the two plsces. 1 will also btallon pile break theirs (ltsuwe stock, of lome k'Ood family long time, He had made a pencil etudv a horses, milk Cowa, Stock llos, c. Also crop ol from life before her illntae, and that with a Corn anJ Krl ol rarlon klnJi, Karmlnt; Uten LAHO STOCK AND CRO'- alia. Household and Kitchen Kurnlture, Ac. poor photograph haa been all he ha had to If the land la not aold, both places will bo rentA few wheat drills at very low prices ed to the highest .IdJcr. (,'. It. It I, A IX. aid him, is th lady haa become ao emnria-le.'Co .id changed since, that he rould not WViren A Menefee. and A limited quantity of nice Fullz seed refer with any bemfit lo her features Mr, wheat. Wearen h Menefee. Conn i n true nrtiet anil many of his porA cow and calf for tl; (,'ood for win traits are reil worka of art. ter use. it. E. Birrow.Stsnford. Salo, '1 UK Building and Hiving Aociation Lehman bought Net week in Clark 235 My homo in McKlnney wlure I rcil Ip, and my 1U1 now ruuiber uii'iuber, who hold head of 1,050 to 1,700 pund catlle nt Ij. Farm IkIwmu.Mi vinti.'jr aid 1 irtkrsTille, I'-a'inrja to llie amount of $10 200. h ia deuiili (rum tho latter place, i'ue -- Tnere will be a Kentucky steer on exsired to raie it to $M) 000, after which there hibition at the St. Louis fair which weighs Farm Contains 130 Acres GoodLand will be no elfort to increase The afliira of s Wellfcnco.1 and watered, mostly in 4.000 pounds. slid meaJow. There will lie atnmt 4(1 cro to k i the concern are even moro promising than fsru) of F. S Wilion, near KeeDe, ia Wheal and oala. II not re ate--J prlialily, 1 will The the moet sanguine expected and thoee who in Jessamine, So acres, sold at $72 00 with On ThurMliiy, October III, 1SS7, are in would not part wifh their stock for n poor improvements on it. Kent the abOTO property ti the highest bidder premium over all piymeiils At present it Trie frost ol Friday night ia reported publicly. Atlheumt time uud place, (ou the lojk like an investment in it will be to liuu) will fell tothe hlglutt blddrr, publicly, the have aimed soma d mi ige to the tobac following: Five milk lows and (.'aires. 7 head of be'tcr than in nnyihbg eli-- that n man co crop in Consttan and Todd counties. Httera, 1 good jeaillori otcera, 3 held ol jiarlliiK' Hull, Hellers, Ac I kged irk MuIoj, all cm put lii i money in, and to the poor mtn Moses Kahn shipped for M Goldemith inarea and gocd ones; eepechlly it sflirds a mfo and eure means 2G0 heid of fit cattle, averaging 1 GOO lb., One thoroughbred liacc Mart in fid lo Gm of hoarding up his earnings and purchased at 3.O0 to . -- Paris jrgin, 1 ytarhng Filly by St Martin, half . sister to St Aline, ueanling Filly by Harry meeting cilled by the auxilliary Tur O'Fallon all thoroughbi cd and recordid; committee to appoint delegates lo the In T. M Parish sold to Martin, Thump 51 dulrialand Commercial Cnvention to be son A Co., of Nsw Good faintly buggy Mare, 20 sU"!rs ot Hay, Corn Oala held in Louisville Ojtober h, was presld mules at $125 per bead, to bo delivered in In the field, WbiatIn sheaf, 2 large Hlraw stacks, 100 btishils In girner, 1 scbmtler WalVagon, l'naeton nud Hirnes, 1 Uiijgy, ed over by Judge Varnon and after the us- October -- Midway Clipper. ter A. Wood Mower, l'lows, dear, Ac, Ac, Houseual preliminaries nnd the adoption of a res William an I James Oilts bought a hold and Kltcneu Furniture, all new aod nice Terms made kouwu ou day of s .e oliitton endowing Ihe echeme, the following very fine lot of 2 yesr old mule in Boyle ;. T. YOl'XO. II, T Bfstt, Aiptljneer. citizns were named as delezatee: Judge and Mercar list week. The lot consisted .o it T. V Varnon.J M. Cook, D S Jones, of 53 head, which on an average cost $70 MonticelloS gnat. John Huchanan, Jjhn H 0aley, James A per head. CLOSING OUT CHEAP I Moore, L. G. Gooch and W. H Miller All the crops on the bottom lands beHating The latter was appointed to write an arti tween Mammoth and Benson, Arizona, were HusUinvlIlpdetermined to chreout my business In to engago In another, 1 oiler at the cle descriptive of tho county and setting entirely destroyed by the recent floods. I.oircst I'flll'CH my cullro stock, conalstlcg ol Urooerles Hour Molasses, Tobacco, Cigars, forth its resources nnd advantages to be Fields of .rowing cine and corn are Contectloneries-and- ln fact, every tiling usually store. Also a lot of empty kept lu a read be'ore lliec invention, and agreed to do now but beds of eand. elder barrels. No such chat ce has eicr been glron so The annual eoiMiimpiion of feathers In the people ol this Tlclnlty to get goods nt such low prices and It thts country for bedding purposes nmounts call and purchase Is the pari of wisdom for them to nt once. Tun new clock dial is up and proves not nisiiop. cuas. ii.HustonYllle, Ky. to 3,000,000 pounds or 375 cirloads. To nearly so pi tin hi the old one. Letters aro SCI 3tr furnish this 3.000,030 healthy geeee must ued in the place of figures and they take give up their feathers every year, up ho much of the space that nt the disThe IMonia Ksxes proaiirrr two weeks tance that the old dial could be read easily, they appear to be a solid mass, Toere in of unuetiilly attractive sport, beginning on Ineutn ol Irom J1.000 to $1,003, oa good Lincoln much disiAtisfaction expresud and the the 1st. Secretary E C. Hopper will as county red eitate security, to sonn ol our custom era. For particulars, apply to committee itelf U not at nil ploased with usual take care of nil of his friends who JIILLEtl A) VAHVEXTKIt, it Ooe trotiblo istbnt it failed to tike attend. We thank him for special courteStanford, Ky. 2u2.tf Gtpt. It'telmds, who ItHs had charge of lie sies. Madison. Corn In tho field nt Couch-man- 's clock for me.ny years, Into it-- i confidence, G. A. BENEDICT & CO., sale brought $2 per Inrrel; good when ordering tnr not? face, or ho would STIM'OHD, KENTUCKY. old steers S3G and yearlings $22. A have given some suggestions for an imfellow sentenced to tho rock-pilrefused to Well Drillers and Pump Adjnstors. provement instead of making the thing worse It would rcij liro comiderftble ad- work till Jailer Miupin dieted him a few wtrWells Drilled to order nnl pumpa fiirmlshed itrgiater. ditional expense now to chnngo it, but we days on bread and water. -t f nt lactory prices. A. S. Kobertaon is one of tho few farm-urexpect it would bj money well spent, as the value of the clock is too great to have its wbo has a good lot of potatce this usefulness even in a msi'iiro destroyed. yen. Ha hai about 1.400 btihela on 25 The hand) and letters are gilt on a black iicne which ha is selling at $1 per bushel. 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., htackground. A change to a white bick' He aleo is fortunate in his cabbage crop ground, with black letters and hands would He has a little more than two acres with THE GENTS' FURNISHERS materially improve it, r.s opticians my that about 5.000 ha i Js, which are being sold by axi avkxts combination cin bs eeen further by tho dealers at 20 cents per head. If Mr, Hob INDIANAPOLIS L.1UND11Y. Diked eye ertson realizes 10 cents per head he gets d 1 ii nt between a blj; man and a little one, in which the little one appuen'ly rajne mit rirt beii; at any rate be hia nothing to ahow that he waa in the fracia, while tl e big nun ha numeroua court pliler adorn ing hia handeome ph'z d(licated n.w i m aw9 n:ns- uknts - G. I RUPLEY, TAII.OIC - .tf UIU'IIANT PUBLIC NALD! one-Co- ntaining hare recolred and still receiving- New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best In the market, which li' t Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to TJono in City or Country tilvu Me ft Triul. WEABEN -- k MENEFE j d For ICent, lrivaicly. For Publicly! i Htue-tirai- v Xy -- x j(y Sash-Blind- s, e Ken-tu:kia- 0.-lea- Dealer in Pine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, PhsBtons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Uoal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf everfbe-forfrom the cheapest to the best. e, 1 1 1 All ol work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you .is good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as littlo money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. K.miKRN.ARl.. HustoiiTille, Ky. WEAREN & MENEFEE. tirsl-clH- ss Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Orloans and Toxas Paolflo (Cincinnati New Shortest and Quickest Lino to Now Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. 25, '87. No. 6. Dally. JfOXJBlT TO X.OAK CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. HKAIs DOWN. TllAINUBOUTil. ItKAU Ul. Tit a in a til) urn. tiv, V. ho. 5. Tlallr. Ei.fun. Djllr. MU. I Dally No 3. I I .STATIONS. I,' ve.. ,CincionilI,...A'rr ko.l. Dally. C42p .. 3 15 p 7 60 a 5 IS a 5 00 a 4 30 u m 12 43 a it 10 KO No IU, Dally. Kx No. 4. D.illy. oun Dally. 5 20 a 7 1 55 a tn 120 12 M fi 15 DOS 03 p id 9 00 p 80 p in 11 Sip ntn pill 0 10p m 115n 6 55 a IU 8 'iS a pm 4 7 in iu in iu e K 30 p Ul 10 00 p IU 1 1C a- n WALLACE &C0CHRAN, am am 00am 8 85 a m 10 00 am 4 10 n 12 7 a m 7 40 pm! 9 45 p ml 11 OUp m 111 I C 0S0 350 pm 0 15 a m 1 05 p ml SlUiai pm m 15 17 a mi a in LWe .UxUicton Junction City UaUale Koyco . 135li '10 25 am1 (! Ma m 6 55 h in, 3 41a m 7 4 30 a ml.Vi'r.. ChaU4U0oa..lte .Y'rr .Ar'v .Atlanta hlriuliulmm . Lhntt.iuoogaMa'rT 55pm 55pm r Ua in m in' Tusaluoa ...Akron. . A'rv L've lOlOhm 15pm 15 630 p m 40 am 20 p m 10 4 II Vlpiu' pm! n m 7 10 p ui 1255 u iu fi 10 a iu 3 SO a m G 25 a IU 15 4 a i A'it. New OrKaris I.'ve Ue. ,.. MerlJUu. A'rr A'rr .'Jarkson ... A rr ..Vlcksbur; . .Meridian .Merlillan York pm 8 30li m 7 40p m 6 35p m 4 30p in -- L'tp ..A'rv lOOp iu in m ... i :Sa ui' ioio n ml 4 10 7 m.. M ' 10 40 am 8 Warn C 40 a u 4 45 950pm 730am 7 top m 8 30pm 10 pm 1 2 .Ham am 9 00 OOa 35 a 25 R m tu . - rit tiik p in' Maun IloiiJotr Bullel Sleapln,! Cars ,U .ehrHrimrl ..Mourcie 'JMpui 7 15 p m 185pm loroa m 3 30 a m 3 20 a m 8 35 p m 2 45am oualllhroijl train,. Trl. A Pass. Agt II COLL.DU VN, Geu'l JOHN C. OAULT, (Jen'l 5Un.ier, K. CAUl'.OLU Orh'l tfupt., Oeoeral OBees, Bl t'aul UulMltig, West Fourib Siroet, Wuc mull, Oj. r c J'ubl inltcd a imnderitood TtieMitaUM -- AT wino and partakes TRAITS OF MONARCHS. Qccnv Victoria favors tea rather than only moderately HOUSEHOLD BUDGET. of itnil Frldttv Bimplo food, I'EU ANNUM, OAWI. If pectod and demanded. we credit that Ji50 will be W. P. WALTONNo Kickers - There. I 1 hop l KO to the iHtim rtbDve when Jie down tmlii; I hop thl ololr ll clml .in while will sref m winrler'nz eye. I know that I'll be tilleil w th joy, fn reion ie'l me in my free from one, Ijr ng .vileep, there are no kicker there. Thnuith riitfjed Hf th,, jt.per pive, no mouI will ilri cnupNui; thmu'i "iinliiiht call f r ihin the ige throng, though crwnln Imf n. 7.1 tooemnll irain, mo eernph leur their hnir, ami (ill i jiy ubore because there are no kickers there. The tntitc rrnT be nm nf tune, no one -- will boh! 'ii t"r; the r ii m i not be t.ii lor nifirfe, in(riiDn1iiniMnr ier; me k h bet- And.il may b. t inn worn, no'm the L'r.1 ot Hr.Hto, erpir, t, u'ory t" there nrr n.. tiere. And when the oawsllal Gmi'i(M en I fori 'he pivinc of the reeu. thH mm 10 uift iind (h.t, contract tnay wnrh onward . . 11 o nnoion brirnr. nor crank' or roilieH uwear, i'ih reilur- - nbive are frre ' rfrom chumps, there nre u.i kirkeis there Then Uke ue Irom til- - vale of tear-- , where crank" come to the front, where mn bo never work or toil still lie around aud grum; I Inn:; to. wear the celesml robes Kind climb the golden otairf, for well I know that in thoee Unds are no kickers ihere.- - Alchicsm (Ksn ) Globe. ro-pir- Tiih Emperor Maximilian was said to havo been ono of tho greatest wlno drinkers in tho world. It is said of him that ho could carry six gallons. One of tho most remarkablo of hobbies is that of Holland's King. It Is that of harness, reins, bridlos, saddles, whips and spurs that havo a famous hls tory; especially those used on tho Holds of war in tho Dark Ages nro sought after with great keenness by his majesty. Don l'nnito of Hrazll has a great liking for a drink consisting of tho juico of oranges and lemons, Iced, nnd flavored with rum. When ndvlsed by his doctor to givo It up ho replied : "I can't and If you knew how good It Is, you wouldn't advise me to." Ktxo Orro of Hnvaria Is crar.y ou tho subject of shooting people. Every day ho is allowed to tako a guu containing a blank cartridgo and flro at a man who Is purposoly skulking among tho trees on tho pro. nils of tho XjTiipheuburg imI.uc The man falls ns If killed, and tho mad King's desiro is appeased for tho day. Thr Prince of Wales has a derided weakness for U1.1t old time favorite nf royal people. 'Minds of honor" or elieee cakes. A noblewoman who guest ho has boon, more than onco told me that she had scon hlm TOt flvo nt Tno irincc,3 lutK.h Victoria Ii.i learned to make them herself 'or her father, and on his birthday puts a truely d.unty dih, fresh from tho ovou, The pain of a burn is relieved as soon as the air Is excluded. Oil or whlto of egg serves very woll for covering a slmirio bum. Mi'sTiiiit n.ASTEits, if mixed with tho white of an egg instead of water, will not blister tiio most dellcato skin. A nALr-ci-nmmonia to n pail of warm water will cleanse hanltlnlsh walls nicely; of courso the water should be changed when much soiled. A lotion for freckles may bo made of tho following good nnd harmless cosmetics: IJornx, three grains; rose water, llvo drams; orange water, llvo drams. When velvet gets plushed from pressure hold the parts over a basin of hot water with the lining of tho dress next to tho water. Tho pllo will soon riso and resume Its former beauty. A uio of hot salt or sand applied to an nching face or limb, Is often a great relief. Tho rubber Irngs that can ho filled with hot water and then the neck screwed up, nro also a great convenience, especially in nick p Ooldon Specific. It ran lie trl en in a cup of coffee or tea without tin' kui'wuilxf ot the imtsoii takliiK Iti Is absolute!) harmless ami will elTect a permanent and speedy cure, whether Uio patient Is a moderate drinker or au alcoholic wreck. Thousand of drunkards havo made men wliolio taken Uoldrn Hcclfle In tlielrcoflee without their knowledge, ami believe tliry quit ilrinkliiK of their own free will IT NKVKK fAIIJi. Tho system once Impregnate with the. Specific It becomes an utter Impnssiiiility for ttieiinuor appetite to exist. For full particulars, address (JOM)KN SPECIFIC CO., 185 Race it., Cincinnati. O, Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Poiitively Cured by administering Dr. Haines' tn tm-Dera- te 219 t227 1HH W. Joiferson, 220 W. Market, XiOVISTriiJLiE, KY. Truly the wonder of this century. y Thoso who like to save money should not inil to give us a trial. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE FAIR'S MOTTO. Wall Paper, Sts jJBDBKiwi noss. ..... I To make one gliou of paint for take trti ounce' of pulverized Btooe, bleck-boani- s, puui-lic- of pu'.ver z 1 rniM;i nlone, three quarters of a poutd of lamp rfilack and in x them with uluoiio! enjiig'1 Grind tie mixture Ho make a thick p'nte mil ; thui ery tborjuithlr in a ttboin 11 ounces of fhelluc iu the re toiainderof the sailor, of alcohol Now stir the whol to."ther and the paiut is ooQCi -lve en credy fjr ue I'll' "helUc preeni the ipaht from rubbinifi. If Oe shellsc is n poor q'isliiy. it win rfqui'e .1 little more Wnen min.j tii- puni stir olten to preveut the pumice tone troui c 1 linr. la pn i ting oa the seojad on hi cireful not i rub the &nU O le a lion of paint wi.l furnish twa oats for 'ixty or cee-- y on walls not quare yard of r jprenously painted. Trie surface of a bhek-hoird, pla-te- wall that U to b p tinted for the first iticaa mar be tome 'i:it improved by firs', rputtine on a cott of siroDc t;liie sizing, pre pared by boiling one pound (f glue in a of rainwater. Stir in three or four otuinces of lamp black. Put on hot. $ ' you fully rosiwndod the bricklayer; needn't take the trouble to bring it up." Tup. Creator has endowed alrnoU nil of tho animal creation with wisdom to eat grass, and dogs nre no exception. It is nature's antidote, ami nature's storehouse for a complete support of till the Ixxlily functions. It Is tliof armor's great blessing, and ho is an unwlso man who destroys a good sod unless ho is sure of abettor return. Lookivo through the flat surface of win dow glass, whether plato or blown, it ap-IK.ars colorless; but if the sight is diro-uethroughtheedge.it will disclose a u.n?- Flint glass proper is not so. It is absolutely colorless, except when cut Into facets or prisms, when it reveals tho colors of the spectrum. A 'There are 60,000 000 people in tlii caun saws new principle for tho hardening of for metal cutting has been introduced ry, a very lirge part of whom are in th by a German manufacturer,, wnieh, it is ' market phce atrutlinc during the heat claimed, unite thorough pliability with tho highest degree of hardness. Tho advantage and burden of the daf fir shekel of c possessed by this new principle of harden wind silver. Of thofe who are honest, who ing is that tho blades can be produced as weitber cheat nor lie, who take no advan-rtage- thin as of an inch, and their ne'ghbor in sleor bar'er, no with tooth that can hardly lw broken with usuasre upon any kind of wor'.; Thoso fair notice is taken, no record kepi, none mad.! saws nre produced in var.ou.-- . leugths. Ht in onlv the fiaancial, mercintile chev A m vk is con'l'iod in tho Iowa penitentiary and liars of whom we hear. The honest for tho crinu' ot bigamy, who is the victim financier, the honest merchant. lis no his- - cragfe-i- ' mistake, thu result of a very strong rebemblauie between lory, but among the fellows, whoce opinion twin brother, tho real culprit. himself nnd a He says that ure worth the havin?, he is not thought i tho offenso was not committed by him, but Telegraph. by his twin brother, who looks so "much liko him that they wero nlwaya comiielled to go 1'nere are 400 Mormon bishop in Utah, about labeled so that oach could tell himself from tl,423 prierle, 'J 9 17 teachers aad 0Si4 de 'thinK the other. Tho women in the case they what Lake Citir is divided into two about, but a know 111 my they are talking ons. Silt groat ie iplo thiutc they wards 0' eight or nifa blocks each and a do not, nnd that really sonu one has "mixed bishop is put in charge of each ward. Un those babies up." A N'irii'EAiu.i: feature of the Chinese mar- .! li!m una I wn tonplisrJ. whri'a bu?ineis it . ,, kets of SanFranclsoo is somo very .js.fjo.lesm the employ msnt and income .MlmU artides of fooU offBm, fop m, every resident of the ward ar.d report the 0f soft cheese, varnished amlwr brown and stamp"d with Chinese chani"ters: Wl.;j. me to the bishop. Then the Uiahop col pooled chestnuts, turn's income and eocoauut wrapped with tiny shoes of white lectsthe tenth of each in neat little cornucopias of glossy cabbago-leaf- ; forty kinds of dried Aurns it over to the church authorities nuts, fruits (wliolo or sliced), rous and The people will no doubt df. Spies ' barks. Then thorn are living turtle and frogs; fowls and fish, alive, freshly dressed, hear anything more of tie milter, but lu like to remark in Parson along thu and Hiuolted or dried; meats the carcass ; wreaths of dried oysters jtrung lined anarchists are prolubly 11 u on bamboo-splinttthe coade abilones, like black Fielden very well since the affirmathn of models for dolls' hats ; shreds of wlntocut-tlo-llsand a. boat of other ediblo carws-itio- s 'their death sentence by the Illinois Su And there' pretty N ni preme Court. TacnE Is an individual on the Pacific coast Van Zindt, "she'll be an Eigel by and by," who promises to mako an ocean voyage la a if some one doesn't Fischer out of troub'o queer craft of his own invention. It Is a barrel, six feet 'Tis a eorry biuioess, I Sshwab, and we eter, arraugod long and three feet in diamwith a keel and tho ends of the ubj?ct. Sj Ling aropateiron strong glass. A long tube, three inches in Lebanon Eoterprise diameter, will run out of tho top sldo, and a ; i largo corlt.aDout two root Bquare, win servo vi a place in is aw York where the tQ There tho mmUh of th(J tulw nboyo watei. xho end of tho tubo Is so arranged that it .finest of wedding trouHeaiu, even down 1 tho water about two extend 'he shoes and Blockings, and everything will tho top abovenrrangod that it will befeet,imis so nrul may be hired for . nig. , u'hn ni; salse, ymtQr Q Qr A wutox,light al by friends after the carriage why they! lniddcr protrudes from ono end andwator tight sails uro run through tho top of the 4I0 not war the rlree, ihey tell them that A small electrlo burner, to be run to wear them after Urn iney neier intended bv a dvnamo within is nrranged on the top night. Men are aUo rlgijeil up in 0f tholxirrol, to borunntnlghtnsasigual. drt wedding finery for $2. The ladiea pay from Tho man Is an old sailor, uiideoiiildently ex- ' lew W make u wewt's voyage iu buiety, thotr outnta,-Kicha- uge. IzSU. -sea-gree- n 1 rfool.-Pniladelpbi j half-cooke- d h, I 1 J 1 tfohn Jim Bell and Polly Ann Shea, inmates of the 8impaon county poor louie, were imrried the other day. Tbey &ad b.'en lovers in their youth, about 40 rears ago and Polly gave John the grand tbounce Ue went to the war, partially lost thueyeaiitht. and re'urning home penniless, fliually drifttd "over the hill to the poor house." Polly married another fellow who deserted her, and she wag ultimtteiy la the thrown on the county's charity Aiylum for piupers the two met and re 'newed the love of Ihsir youth. Mr. Bell was an applicant for a pension which was a few weeks ago allowed, giving him $2 500 back 'pay and $30 per month during the r xnainderof his life. This windfall enabled him to leave the poor houee and be brought Mrs. Shea away with him. A licence was orocuted and with the aid of a minister. Mrp. She soon became Mm John Jim J3ell -r- S. M Burdett. Joeph. of Austria, is remarkable for its similarity to that of any person in tho ordinary walks. He rises at four o'eloek in the mortiini; and takes a lone ;w,k ,u t,R momitiUlls. t lwlf ,Mt SOVOJ he returns for bre.ikf.nt, which consists of a cup of coffee with very litUe cream. Until Jhrw oVta-- ho is busy with State affairs; luvu uiuuvi - niitni, ITJMlllliK " nvul, uoiiiM uoei ami st.me roost. He takes 110 wine with it. After dinner he rides out or calls on some of tho distinguished .summer guests of Isold. At oight o'clixk cold tea is served, and at nmo tho Euijieror invariably retires The Eniiwror Wilham still keep up his old habits as to food and drink. On rising he drinks a cup of toa. At eleven he takes breakfast, consisting of Ivmillon, cold rouht, a glass of ort or Madeira, or half a bottle of champaifjie. Dinner, which is served between f ur and live, cousists of soup, an irirv. some roast, preserved fnnt, and hi- variably either lorntcr. of which the is passionately fond, or oysters. 'With it he drinks again cluuinpne. diluted with Relters water, and some light Moselle wine. Ho never takes beer, and coffee only when there nro guests, from consideration for whom ho occasionally indulges in a cigar. His last meal, after nine, consists of a cup of tea nnd a piece of cake. Kivo HfMBEBT. of Italy, is l:nwn for his temperance in all things." It has often been noticed what an exceodmglv small eater the King has shown himself on all occasions, nnd, as to drink. Ins guests may have It In plenty, but his favorite "tipple" is water. His ono great weakness (for it is a thing of tho past) was n good ciiw. Hou.is a formidable smoker, but h ' abused his taste in that line to such an extent that rcsvntly ho has taken 11 new departure, and has "sworn off" from the fragrant weed. H:s uervos had begun to suffer, ho had asthmatic turns, could sleep but little, aud then had to 1k propped up by plenty of pillows. Some weeks ago Ins physician told him what was the matter, and King Humbert said. "From this day forth will not smoke another dear. r any thing in tho shape of tobae--1 " His Majesty has kept his word, and the result has been a most noticeable Improvement In his health. Kin-jver- bcforJ0 h(m Tun life of 1'rnncn INTERESTING VARIETY. "Hi! you dropped a brkk up there!" shouted u pedestrian uikhi whose shoulder one of tlioe articles had fallen frotn a thrco-otory scaffold. " All right," cheer- When a nail which hold up n plcturo beloose, lill up tho hole with moist plaster of pads, insert the nail. Leave alono for a day. when tho plaster being hardened, the nail will bo held securely In its place. It frequently lmpHns that painters splash the plato or other glass windows when they are pniutiug the sashes When rucIi Is the ease, melt somo soda in very hot water and waah them with it, using a soft flannel. It will entirely remove the paint In case of a severe wound, esin-- i uuly In tho neighborhood of nerve centers, great caro should be exercised in dressing tho Injury, so as to bring the pirts w.l t gethor, aud the iHrt( shouUl bo kept 1 loan with mild carbolic acid solution, or some other gixxl antiseptic wash. To sei'viute tho leaves of charred books, cut off the Imeks so as to render the leaves absolutely independent from ono another, then soak them, and dry them rapidly by 11 current of hot air. The leaves will then separate, but must, of course, bo handled with extreme care. In papering a wull for the llrst time it is Important that after Uing dusted, the walls bo well wipivl down with damp cloths, frequently renewed, previous to applying the paper. If tills precaution 1k neglected the almoil imperceptibly line dust will be collected by the damp giving the imjK'r 11 streaked, dirty appearance, which no after treatmeut can efface. A nevt ami handy receptacle the soiled clot h- -s can bo made of a small-siebarrel that has been well cleaned, and from which all null ends have been removed. This should be covered with ligund calico, plaited from top to bottom and with a smalt ruffle around the top. Tho lid maybe covered smoothly with the same, and have a small knob screwed in for a handle An article that Is both useful and decra- Uve may be made of flexible straw matting, such as covers tea chests. Take a pnvo thirty-siInches long nnd eighteen wide, turn up one end aud fasten It with ribbon bows, leaving eighteen niches of the mnt-tlu- g above as a back. 1'aint the turued-uart with n pretty floral design and the word "pnpora." Hang with ribbons nnd use to jn.t iup.'rs luto C'nwtosn e sublimate dissolved in alcohol or water and applied to the ledtead with feather or small brush Is sure death to bedbugs. I.ubcl tho lx)ttlo In which you keep the solution, 'poison," and le very careful in theue of it. First wash the bedstead clean with cold water. Then apply the oison to the ends of tho slats and the pieces iito which tbey lit, and every crack or crevfee that can harbor a b.'g. Tim lwst starch for bluett lawns and cambrics is made by itounng Itoiliug water on gum nrubic gradually, stirring to dissolvo it. Use a lout half an ounce to half a paU of boiling water. It is Inst to try a piece of the goods, as a very little difference In the quality of the grds makes a great difference in the quality of this starch. A lawn would probably require a jwil of water to half au ounce of gum arable; a cambric only half a pail. An excellent methM of making peach with but little cooking is, ufter jkit-In- g the fruit to add a iniud and a quarter of sugar to each jwund of fruit nnd cook vory fast for a few minutes 111 a iorcelaiu kettlo. Then turn out into n glass bowl, cover with muslin and set 111 tho sun, stirring daily until the preserves lieeomo very clour. They arc thought to have a better flavor thus than if made on the lire. Cover tightly with egged paiwr over tho top. comes Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, Fulljand Coiuplcto Stock of the above and priceo as low as tho lowost. -- SHE ii B. POWH Pure, Absolistely pow.ler iKTfr UorAt-IUKiN- o Z. WEAKEN, Stanford. 3Nr3E3XX7"! FURNITURE STORE MACK JilVFIMlAK, Propriolor. Murs aud lioloiiirnoi. tlian th urdlnnry kluli, nnd cn not In wlc eomiftltou with the multitude nf low Im ..hor weight alum or phoapluta )wdtr, Koldonl Id can.. l'ownii 106 Wall itrcnlb Thilt Trtr. a iurtl ol (nirlt), atrwt. Now York t, I.OlI.SSniLF.lJKI., ite. I EIOTOG KICIIMIINrt. EC AIIS i: CS, inlfflWTi'j KMTfCKV. fr d Photographs in all styles nnd aizos. Pictures in India Ink Crayon tnd Water Colors. New dMU'i la 1'r.ru i n I M I'rlo. il. .t rjr (101 low w V i"""viw v i I '"'nTVC'7 ly Notice of Incorporation C. M. ! x p 11 Tno ucd'rlKrd, J itin Karl. John Korhrr, Clui Kngtl!), Adam Ibf l'nillip AnDnl and Kuhr hate uwl,lil iheuivlTM loc.ther to txvoniK lneoror.ld uudrr the name and kitIo of tbr (ifiinn Krinjwilc Lulhrai L'manuel of Utlrnhelm, Llnrnln county, Ken luikjr.and M. prlrrlpal ple of traiiMottu; LujI. ii n wilt t Olimhruii, l.lnciln ronnty. Ky. 2. Thv Daturenf Hie l.uiltic-to l ir.itiuctrt ! toor;atile, e.Ulillth and UMlDUln a Cxriillan Cburrli of lh I uthrraa ('oi(rTilon of tbo pruli-w't'ie work of (lol Ii UUIt down and rxplalnrd In the .ytutillc book' of ronennt 1SW, fcU!ly In the oiiUrgvit Au.burj Coafetilon and tbe.malltr Catecblnu of Luther, and aMbixl Houm and Cemttery. 3. lheauioum ol capital it.ck flock iball nft t;r nhinjH liiiv on liiinil a Iitruo itutl wHi-c- Iluo r I'uriil. I'lHU'rliiUcr'M .oiiIh. Hty prlct'M will In? im Inn n Mich UooiIm mil loiii;lit In tin- - cIIIch. Oivv. iih n irlul mill you Mill liu t'omliiciMl tliul I hvU Inner iliuu iliu Iom-hI- . lure iiiil III t lt V DR. B. . PENNY, m Hliilltnnt. -- - Koiiluidiy ' BFIELD'S , . & nor iuor htn f,w.4, dlfldnl ld In inch Into rbaie. of SJ each, and ariAtl Im InttalltnMil.a. Ibe uffic-i- s if Ue (bunh wy di- U'lunintti I. j0 on the lit The corporation thall comniec lay of repumtvr. H7, ai.d irrniloalo on the lit day of pleinlwr. j5U7. 5. Tne aflair. uf tni corora'lon .hall Winn-JucUby a mtnliter, a Mercery, a caihlr-r- , who hall lierx.orticio Iruitrv., and twoolber 'rmtti. who .ball reelected, flral. on the lit SVurdif In Srptemlifr, 18S7, aol tberrafler on Ibe Balil day In January of each )eir 6 The hUUc-- t amount of indeMidueii or llitdl- ity to whlcn thu coriMralion .ball al any time ne I. Ei5ffi?ilTS53fv yityMwvya' Oflli ob Ijin. Mter tlr- fil urbie noun iroui aiou Joi'RKtl.oitiri. M.andllnAr M. Aneatbetln iMtcit . REGULATOR S 1i nl lull . f .11, Uri A SPECIFIC FOR lt WOMAN'S HISEASES A pro-serv- Tho prime property of the uieml.eia of thli enrporatlou .ball l exempt Iroui In corjotate deb S. l'hl.corKiratlon .hall have all Uio rUhUand prirlipn potldfl fr by cbapler M ol thedeoeial Matulrsof Kentucky, Title, Iccor porated Companies. u'jct Itwir.'iall 7 errand I'oiiihination Painful And ocr. f . upprcml trcu TT ' tl'e l)UHfllle - TftyrENSTRUATION Xt-Loiith- JUBILEE GIFTS. Thli corwrailonlelriv end inlendi to li rn CelvM Into organic uolon with Ibe Herman Ktkii (Ine far for only 8'1 two p wr, ' r e (telle Lutheran Sy nod of the Mate ol Iowa and lonre than the price of nnr ball he orerntM br lite resolution, and rule.ul dlKlpllne prucrllxd ir.enbr. whre the uma are not Inrom ttenl atlb tbe Conilllutlou and law. . By piyliu u.H yMi will let lie im yeai . ot Kentuckr. r your home lth the four tin Ullrnbelm, I.lccoluco. Ky I', rrreaenwllTH nwiiM.r o' iherviuih, diu.ral-iand for a larld f.jf 11 iniur u;i f)TTO Kl Hit. MillIM"' an I n.e i IOIIV (Allf. l'fUhliit and anient family weekly lii the I'liii: J IIS KO'IIH: sl'IKLIihltHl.K aUAM CHAjS. Mali.. liiM wn lilr- - I" taiu nr . i.iupit I'llILIIP A.NTON' mpy of Iho fViirlerlouriikiiaii I ihi.rt),. 'J. -- .ni(l Com ni.i. Weekly Cmirirr- - loiirnul ly or SICKNESS. im. tfrui fn cret f r If tk-- n etiiTr-. ' dirrj book " llwaoilfl icrx."' uiallol lhe CHANOK OK I HiuuritLD HkocLiTon Co., Atlicta, Oa ,n l" J .i.r-n- c KENTUGKY "illll'-;rar.- GEITRH 1(miI from l KNS-iLl.- S 1 One of the most useful jubilee presents received by Queen Victoria was a inagnUl-cen- t salmon weighing wxty-fou- r tuuuds, caught from tho Tay aud prueiitcd by tho people of Perth. A VEKvelalKjrate casket of bog-oabearing the names of lo.Ujo. loyal Irishwomen, was among the pre cnts to tho Queen on the occasion of the jubilee. Her Majesty was highly pleased at this testimonial. A cosTi.r widow's cap sont to tho Queen as a jubilee gift from the Queen Regent of Spain was made of priceless old .Sxinish luce, with an embroidered vail at the back hanging almost to the ground, anil a pearl diudem in front, the jewels being ombrold-dereon the laco by Queen Christina who is an accomplished needlewoman. The cap was copied from an old iortrait which Queen Christina found in thopihi',o of Madrid, representing a widow of tho Kpauish royal house in tho gila osiumes of three centuries ago. Amoo all tho rich nnd costly prosrnts which Queen Victoria has received in h"n"r of her completed it may bo doubtful whether any touched her moro deeply than the simple gift of a poor Irish woman, sent by tho hand of a Iiishop. In eggs itsolf it was but a trillo two new-lnibut considering the presont relations of England and Ireland, it has jieculiar significance. Of tho humble giver it may bo said, as of her who cast tho two mites, "she hath dono what sho ould." Tun Queen received nt St. James 1'alaco tho gift of the "Cambridge" and "Cumberland" members of tho royal family, which sil onsistod of a pair of elaborately-chasever-gi"water-bottles- " of tho period of Louis XIII. They stand nearly threo feet high, and uro of very beautiful workmanship. Tho vases bear tho inscription "To tho Quoeni from her nffectionato aunt and cousins." On cue nro engraved tho names of tho Duchoss of Cambridge and her children; ou tho other, thoso of Mario, Queen of Hanover, and her sou aud daugh1 d hor-self, half-oentur- y d d lt k. .. riM v. t'V.Sfti - m$& TtZ. " Pw? IPsm ,JZ7'SZ ' !.' "":." "mivtj&a "V.mitm.r,. 1 ilW S'BJs 'i'Jf WuWn4 e MfS 1i"3UVM6l'r1dasrrfc2. H Si ii ' flhorteatand Quiokei: Roato Oe ' tral KentticKy to all Point Eat, Wst Kmi Nortt fiudSontbweit. ' l.tn. M.N.- .."-- KoT?p:rt No7s i: Mississippi Valley C:. BY DAYLICHT fVo-jqtho CAN0SS of NEW RIVER andAfeis the 4UEGH4NIES and Ihe BLUE RIDGE, patting WHITE ULHHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Retorts of lhe Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. ! A NEW FAST MAIL IKAWNi. II.ITII i.orivn. .) a- civri.vv vn - u.arv ""WV'TT. 8 F. II. MORR lor lull parll JtZLZm?!Z 11I1 k-' " of 1 "o ny I a(ent KV ieli.l'ai lia 'y. intuit ; t ti v r II. K. IIUNTlNOT'iK' Cr'.4tua. Axhu), K.e li. A.l'Kl frT. 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