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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887100701 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 VOL. XYI. LINCOLN COMITY. FINANCIAL BlLfi fl I I fl HH gittmoi junntai 44ftVr ft tf STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1887. WEALTH AND ItESOl'IUTj. NO. 270. The people of thi counir have always A Pa,rer Prepared by W. H. Miller at the Re- been distinguished fjr their thrift, econoquest of the County Convention and Read my and a I ofleu aptiv rxprced in the Before the Industrial Convention at rural dislrict, "saving knowledge" Time Louisville. This Week. nut of mind they have, hs a general thing, of tlm flii ihmour old count r wi one had niuiiey nhetd anil money to loan The three uriginil division of llii) Bate, tht iccntru'ntlnrj of year have no", perhap, oilier (wo helms Fujftte Mid Jeflroii A) tde ihe people of this county the pos-en nif in though lona lnce reduced In nrw lo deutithd' or of mote ready money and financial iIIiidi firv! comity lir eeallh thun hiit other county rf ii ejze fo' territory Inr tho loituniiun of other nnd iKipulaiion in the whole Stale. Tlere I" 'in rmi ntik rjuntie. iIii "till are three Xitlonal Ilink w.lh an Regregale il h pi ilu" iiiipr )itin 'tit in ))i lU'i n, cjpilal of f 500 000, whicli carry deposits an I oilier 'n'l ii.' in order ranging fioni f. 100 000 'to $500 WW. The r, th ntnt'irtlh nt twn'uiih from the n clt 'ii f f the ciunly are almost ihe exclu-iv- e lnr nd p II r urwit gr fr iV bunk owners of the slock nf the lUtn innrnliM i on- iliii Irj lit" Fnev own besides at leist VM 000 of stock f r ic oidihmiit sen I lo nom p- - ' in oilier banks and financial oorportlinn. iniii',i,M'1 iiiliiUmwS'li ! inl l It is estimated it at Ihey draw in money u H idei c Krifrine "Oil mlU'icofy dividend aiinnallv not lm than $75 000 on proclaim ilr' wild her intrcl, nod nnti-rp- r Mtnck and bunds al inx, to iy nothing of her It be ft tiie fi M for fiorer, uinneT loan vd on private Recount, and they nd mcci'i. n are le Ibnn uny people in the I'ltOOKKeH AND POI'l'I.ATIO!C H ale I'.r Ilu renu of 1S00 tho iHipulirn wi (iKOUAiY ASDSOIL. I ! in 17. hjr thitt of 1ST0 lijl 10,917, Lincoln county is immediately upon the In w'.i'kI Iit tl'ftt (I 1S80 l l)il ilividin lltn I) tween the famous blue n KM and maiintaiii regions, the Muldrotigh I" ii' J, it gain of 10 percent In Irn fir ri'itn'rlpplni: H the mlplniin; counties Hitl Ktnge separating the two. Its waters n l mki tlif pfrefntsc of Jncre treat-f- r ire carried aw7 by thieeof the crett riv1'n.n tint of nil the oiIihm oiuiblned ers of the Sttie KeniufikT, Oreen and The pipu!ii'ion ftt lliix datp, pullulated from Cumberland. I soils belong to three di m return, Mil Mint to full tinct geologic! formations -- sub cuhoni'-erouMid it i confi lenlly IwIIbtmI that the Devoi'tin and ilurian, and are of . of IvK) will how n popiillion of great virtety no d lNren! dnie w of fertil f it i iiy. Ity iver-JOi- ni Hrlhecoii reaiin nf it diversity of soil- - the Vwn th of the pipnUiion of 15.OS0, county a cipacity f r prodtirlng a vsri lit '.I were nliT of the S'te, nnd of the ety ff crop notiitMlled br any other sec n birn el'ewhere, ouly Si were f.irelen tion of the K'.ate. Ab ml one third of it rr It I n well etIiliebedl fuel thtt idnce aret is within the blue gr belt and the 'uure 'ban 2,000 panp' linre been it Id land eijuil lo fertility, in, proveuient ami ed to the population br iinmtcriitlnn from captcitv for pr i Inction to any of this fain tl.er S ntr of the Union and froui foreign oils section It is unnecesry to tie ribe cointrie. of which SwI t'rlund and (Jer it further. Lying nex1 to it are the blsck ! shale lands nf tiie Devonian formation, tain hire fiirnihl orer 1 200, snd it be'uetrd llimt the end of tlm present decide ome o' which are the very bet meadow of it leaM and grain lands to bo found. Next and last n fnrxi.'n pipuUlinn ivi ' .i) V" Th p'endid crowih In Kpii'stion are the loo'e soil of Ihe i rot due I iinjr ne enterpri"eH, or Ihmi section, ferti1 zd by centuries i f vegetable land hive heretofore ne", or lo the bulldlni; up of n Urs" town, t'emsit. The bV t wheo'detiterprIeii.buiiiend indil-tri- e ben held in ihe lowest esleeuj us ihe least which lure nil tltirinir the Ul 1 rer fertile snl consequently tho leait vnluab!e In the market they have df encournt'uieot und imp'tut for agriculture an lidded ire trr derelopmenl to the roun-l- y sold for the prices nnd the territory throtich i' eerr ection. In thi con-ne- occupied by them is the most sparsely inn It h sritifyln; to tlnte thM lh lo Hut as the population increase from emiirmtion ha been le thun Ihtt of tin y are more in demand. They are in the nlmoat uny other counlrmain the homes of the and German oolonists. These rncymEsi ix intkbnai. iMfHovr.Mr.ST. have aojuir In lv. there w not mile ef rullrod ed and taken posss-sio- n f f and ar cultivai I 1nroln rountr. nor within .10 mile" of ting these 'and i. They have dennnitrited her hir lerr, mid nnlr about 10 mlle of her beyond question that they cm be made to highway were McAdam xd turnpike,. At yield 25 bushel of wheat and from !0 to rl 60 bushel of corn per acre and other ciops thi ille there are within her Inrder milen of railroad and 12i milen'of mik'ilfi-re- nt in propirtioo. This section is that which McAdam'te I turnpike and of the lat ha hem considered the bjsi iu the county ler tn mile additional are now being con for fruit at.d the foreign immigrant are etructed. fi'ie lSo'j over $1 hOO.OOO have fast converting it into a great vineyard. hen expudel in the contructinn of rail I' proximity to the fertile blue grass sec Did and lurnpikea throujh the cnuntT tion bat been to III disadvantage, but as it There are 12 railroad freight depot In the become known that every nun cannot own farm its inhabitant are begin rvinly and no firm i more than 7 mile a IJeIde ning to care for and deyelop it and in the liitinl froui one or more dpot the iawnenoe i xpndilure for railroad and not far distant future it will be a great farm pik, the public building, courthouse, ing section AOUICl'LTlTtAL rilODL'CT.. ia i'nd alma houe hare been repaired, re-- I Kvery crop grown in Kentucky, a presince 1S70 at h cot of li't and iuiproTed mve thin 510000 It i rer7 afe lo t viously suggested, can b? grown and protlii that the expenditure for public improre duced in the very higt'eit perfection in c uiity, anil it is not necessary to specific! men' of erery decription dnrinc the than J'J.O'H),-00- ly mention them here. For information 20 year have not been le on this point attention is called to articles upon O'ihe rilrod built porlion belnnc lo Kiale. ihe agricultural product o' the of rdlroad H7tenn outh the hre LIFE .'TOl i; the Oiio and eat of the Miiiippi. The Of till kinds and in greit numbers is pro Louiiille A Kaihrille, the Cincinnati, duccd nnd is one of the principal sources New 0'lean fc Text I'lrfic and the Che. of revenue. Much attention is given to Hpeike Olio, the flril two of which have the breeding and rearing of blooded stock trunk Iipci thro'iuh lb" rmnit, und the Stale slati-tic- s and information concerning .thi-lint lerminuiiu nt tho rounly to this ltd business are both iil4tii. lt' ii iih li ir. , jeu. the-.wo- 1S,-ih- arn i !' rciel 1 c lt ?rt -- eat I'ROiiiif s Mtentlon i called In farm produc'eonlr. a tlii county ha from the firt eettlemnt of the S;nle nude agriculture ilu principal and almost exclusive buinei. According to the cenau report it produced io 1SS0 ( JS t)7 biifhela of corn, IS 0 1'J Lmhel 7 70- - bmhel of rye, OS 910 bushel of wheal, 11 201 Imnhela of Trl'h potatoe and In 1S70 (11 3011 ,5 211 uoundf tobicco. of wheat, 16,14b bunhela of rye, hiMhel 521 ITi buhela of corn, 7?,Gll buahelg of oat, II 4tl) butheU cf Irinh pjlaloe, Kud hownk' an In7 lfiO pound of toSacco, leant 75 production o' n iu crease cent, per annum in ten yeir. Since itr 1SS0 the anniitl yield haitncretFed to euch an extent that the yield of wheat per an num i i v at lean 175,000 buehel and of rorn 000,000 bushels. All other farm products have Increased In a like proportion, I We Block has likewise increased in num. here and yalue since 1370 more than 100 per cent , a hown by the Commonwealth nnd Ualteu Stales statistic. INCHEA8E OK is rnoncirios WEALTH In 1670 the county paid tax nu IMS!! I20 of property; in 1837 on ft) 052,000 in round number. But 1S70 the standard of valuation was the depreciated currency then in circulation, and in lbS7 it was upon a gold btsU. Eitlmated according to the standard of 1S70, the valuation would very nearly or quite retch $7,000,000. COUNTY INDE11TEDSES3 AND TAXATION. With well founded ed debt end is the lout tint it owes nil i in dollar loe pride the county of bond taxed county iu tie State. MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE C0U11Y drouuli Hill rangn at uianv point in the county there are inexhaustible (juintitiie Judge Cirter re iir tl anRs for items Florence Washing Machine, of potlerx' clay that has never been worked io naiuce vocnrnn, furrii-heI 1ito hought the right to el the Florence 513 4th St, Louisville, Ky., It can be bought nltooat for nothing In Wssblng M" lilnn an. I am now prerrel to furn'sti Andrew Norman wh n arried (o Misa ail who maj with to nit their clothes frji the the southern part of Iheounty there still Iijillv Reynolds Monday, tubbing anil tearlm; mclJen' to tliooM procreaof THE GENTS' FURNISHER washing Take one an J try It and lm cjnrlncfil. remains a vist amount of timber of the Waller Gilbert, of Livingston, ha n I'll not worry you about buying uulen you are AM) .WJi:.vrs run i: valuable hard wood varieties There are hilly satlitleu as to Its merits. old hoy at his huue, .u. r. r.i.nis, thousands nf acres of valuable firiniov G I) Cook hn I.DIA.AIOLIM LAUNDRY. Hradiiuartera at rt..S. Myers' atore. bought the dwelling land whiuh have never yot been fettled hotpe of Joseph Hmiih t L'vingstnn. Xitii-ni- l upon antl subjected to cultivation G I). Hrownlie tins sold hie interest in gns is found along the fool nf the hill the Nickel I'late Cotl C., at Ki-- t range. I am dally opening an elegant line of Hprlcg and to II C. Thompson. fiuuiniiT Millinery, Including all I'OStRILITILii IMXVILLE, KY. We earnestly request all persons who In n oounty posesing eo many untoral are indebted The Latest Novelties of tho Season. lo us to call at once antl settle IUi remOTe-- l it hli 'oait new bulMIng oppoelements of wealth nnd so muiy outlet" We mean busino nt we nre needing the site the iat il Ii AIhi Notions, such as Handkerchiefs. Collars tain ever proMr-ei- l fur tulle and cutnuiero, and having ilremlv to R'( jiuuiuUt4 public with Mae pl.turei and Culls, ltuuitntf, Coricts, Bustle., ftc. Yo'i iinev. Yours, Respectfully, M C and from i'notographa tofin slii. .Sillsl.icl.u life will find me at the rcotas lately vacated by null- which might he I) N William. ho much reidy money ley .t narrn, nxt door to the Myers House. lflMui need for enterprise nnd development, it Jp Mi. i ituuntui.i ii. Cspt. A. II. Evans and wife with Mrs. impossible to nlggesl wtiat would be h Nate VTlf. AYMKS. JAS, Ii. OIVK 13, Iteft .'or Zineeville, Ohio, WedKan limit to its possibilities fur oontributirig nesday to visit Notary Public. their old home Green AND those things which promote comfort nd Sutior, S C. Martin, Or I. H. Hurdett and STABLE ! happiness, if everything at hand should he J W. Hrown ere In Louisville. AT combined to afford industries nnd pursuits Having rented the stable on Deot street, I ant Dr. Dmiels, who lias lately purchased 311 Fifth Street, prepared to train and break hornes on reasonable fur ihuse who wish lo work a fine set of surgicil instrument, was given terms. County Court day trade follclted. lltrdy and courageous plotieers in new an opportunity to try them Tuedav In am ICY. JOtlX 11. V.l UVHXTM'.lt, btanloid, L.y. enterprise are needed and invited to come putating a Itg of "Cricket," a little deg be ) Koonu 3 and 1, Croiute Block. WHAT t NEEDED. longing to Mrs, MtiLine, that was run over PEARSON & CLARK, Mure than all el-more population to by n train at Livingston develop the coun'ry, whether their means We are told that a prty of men in LONDON. KY. be greit or smill Men toengsge in the northern part of thin county, one night F . B. RILEY, Proprlotor. industries, People who under-sthn- d last wtek, went to a woman' house Hnd LEXINGTON, KY. how to establish and onduct uinnu took her out and gave her t whipping with Tliiirotitrlily Itcnoviitril mul Itcfur. factories. switches, not however before she laid one of iiInIumI tlirnitclioiit. 1'lrsl. class Faro 12 fc XI Vust Main Stfoot. 203.6m TOWNS. the party low with r chair a he entered ami ronsoiinlile prices. liny ami night tains arc met by polite 1'nrtcrM of tills Tne towns and villages are numerous, lo the door. Writs were eworn out antl Fome 207.1 m. cited seoeraUy tiion the lines of the rail of the parlies arrested end trial set for popular House. rosde. The principal nf the'e i Wednesday at Reedville. Have been un MT VERNON, KY. , TIIE COUNTY SEAT, able to get nanus of any of the parties n Hotel Is still This old and MAIN ST., ilICII)10M. KV Situiltd upon the Knoxville branch ot the concerned Its tine reputation. Cuarzes reasonable. Louisville and XashviLe railroad, 103 HpecIfU Attention to the triTellns public. KickcAstle'i in the r presentation B. mile from Lotiiiville and at the terminu-o- f moensMners delegation that have " XEWro VII, Pro'r, to none ruragoodTab.e gWm Mt. Veiuou, Ky. the Kentucky Central railroad, 1 10 Louisville within the last few days was And clean and well furnished rooms, tbl" Hotel . ha) no superior, (iood faiuple rooms attachid. jno. m. pekkins. miles from Cincinnati It is a town of 2, small, only aDMii ten, witnesses ana all. " S" martin iui-l- y estate, K UP per day. B.ODHWD, Kr.t M.y. IW. 500 inhabitant and is euirounded by a Before leaving hero they had a meeting Albright A Martin beg to Inloru their many magnificent agricultural country. It ha and it was unanimously agreeil that they friends and customers ol he change In firm name to seven churches, a Female Cillege and a would attend one of the conventions in I'EIIKIXN. Male SeminFry, besides ST. CLOUD HOTEL, ' Tna aiAllTIX tit only to sustain the rep the common Louisville and on taking a vote as to which new firm hor. not a semi wtekly newspaper, five be- they would visit it was shown that Judge tntenjs to maze many imeihools, utation of tlieolu, nut provements In tho manufacture ol tobacco which tels, a tine griu mill, woolen mills, rail(OK. SXD A Jf FFKKSOX STS , will be to the lntereat ol our cutomre. We will Birr h.d received all the voles cast and I i itflTntesnpcial attention to our Natural Leafbrandi road repair ehops, two National limits, was so declared, you for paat of Kentucky'a best leaf Tnankln twenty stores end other business hoii'fe I' fT0 an'1 a,ktDS ,or continuation of your trade, - - George Shiplett, of L've Creek, left Itpsrvrtrullr Tour.. we remain, ha a doe supply of never failing water for Kansas Monday. Jonas Stevens, of 31.1 HT IS VEIIKIKS. and ha tlae sites and is a fine location for Fat Ujck, was. here Sunday. Miss Mae VAX F. L.YOXS, Prop. manufactories Adams is visiting in Oensboro. Mr Abe Stroot Curs pass tho Hotol for all l HAKAl TF.ll Ol THE PEOPLE DIM.S.BUKDETT, Minks was here Wednesday and claims to Dopots, The Exposition, Race ' Lincoln county was first settled by white have been robbed of $100 and n pistol at OCULIST. men more than a hundred years ago, the Junction City Monday night. He says that Courao, and all placoi of first immigrants bting from Virginia, the Rob Brooks wis with him at Junction City BRODHEAD. KY. intorost. Special rates most conspicuous being, tirst Gen. lieu L end wss afterward aeen with tie p's'ol. Has had aaexerlenre ot orcr fifteen .years, and gan, afterwards Gen. William Whitley and Woman's tinners from Danville are putting baa tuccrosfully treated hunJrois of casts Soto Merchants and cial attention Is glen to the treatment of all after the Involution Gov, Isisc Shelby a roof on the jail. Commorcial tbaeyea. Karaeand address ot patients cured given on application If desired. They were a knightly race of men, honest Mon. Sinks come to the front again this in their dealings, industrious in their hab week, to sustain her lately built up reputaDAY. IlVrrJ3H. r?ii.O() its and generous and hospitable in their as tion for being a lough place. Tom Argen-brigh- t From the beginning they Fociatioo. and Mat Delph on one side and Wil formed a society preemiaect for good con liam Griffin on tbe other, after imbibing a duct in general and for manly and polite quantity cf pine top concluded to do the CHICKEN deportment particularly, and this charac- pounding act and at it they went. Griffin To tho Citison of Lincoln County: , ter the population now bears. No better gave them blow for blow for about five Cure ! Having recent'y equipped a tine Holler Mill In people to dwell among can be found any minutes, but hi adversaries changed tacthetownol riunfjrl teat wj .Inly any Mill to where than live within the county's bur tics on him, one getting on each side. He euallnquality of tbtir, we tb'nk the citizens of to ders lo dav, and tbey with one voice invite could not watch them both and while he the county should bare ouaiy pride enough Inpatronize and sustain the aame 'o wish to good people to csme from any State or na- was pounding one the other was putting in form wbom It may concern that we are In the market to buy your wheat and corn and will altionality and cast their lot with theuj. telling licks from tbe opposite side After ways give the highest market price tor tame. We , i are added soiuo new machinery lo our corn meal VALUES OF LANDS a ten minu'es mill Griffin threw up the department and cm now make meal to suit any person. It cannot beualed by any other Mill In range from $5 to $S0 per acre for farming sponge with both eyes blackened, an ear this vicinity We soll.it a trial our tliur and In lands, depending on quality of soil, loca- chewed up, one tooth gone and otherwise meal department. All having grain In our line lor sale will pleise call ot Mill, wbere our agent :. A riue blue grass considerably disfigured when it was decided can ho found at all times, who will give the Usi tion, improvements, prices lor same, lirardatd ship atutt' always iu farm can be puichaed nt from $10 to $60 that he was out of tt ring. stock. II'. .V. l'OTIS. Nil it' t, btanlord Holler Mill Co, per acre. Married nt the home of tho bride, near WHY 00 WEslV by the Rev, C Brodhead, this county, This couuty can show to the satiifiction Skirvin, Mr Johu A. Gilpin to Mrs MarNotion of Atuendmont of any sensible man who will come nnd tha Bethuram, on Sunday, Sept. 25. The TO make investigation, that lie can tiod here a novelty of this marriage consists in the of hotuecheaper thin he can acquire it by following hirtorr: In the younger daya preemption or uumeteid entry on the pub- of the above named contracting parties they Thousands of dollars worth of The undersigned amend the articles of incorpolic domain. A houio in a country already lived in the rotate of Tennessee, when the chickens die every year from Choi-- i rate of tbe Stanford Holler Mill Company, adoptgreatly developed among kindly people groom, Mr. Gilpin, wooed and wou for bn ed Feb 17, 1S37, anl on that day tiled for record era. It is more fatal to chickens than They In ihoOrk's otSce of Lincoln county, Ky , as named Martha. who will enciurage him in the battle of bride the abov all other diseases combined. But the discovery of a remedy that positively life and where his family will not have to lived together for many years, happy as I The Capital Stock ot said Company shall be (urcs ft has been made, and tO be y und man tnd wife. There were born to them Millar the hardships nnd privation applicible thousand dollars vinced of its efficacy only requires a dangers f 'rentier life. There fi7e children, fou boys and one girl, all of is called brave the cotin'y and to thee attention II, The torporition ahtll at no lime Incur a. is enough for IIKALTII ASP CLIMATE. is room here for thousands more and the whom are now married. Mr. Gilpin and d.btcscMdin( twenty Mx thousand six hundred one nunurea cnicKens. tr is guar- The elevatiru is from 1.000 to 1,200 feet invitation and encouragement to come Is a.j his wife became estranged toward each and fitly dollars. s (J. A. LACKEY, of anteed. If, after using other and separated and were divorced by w o.wnu'it, ibove the level of the sea The natur.il sincere as it is outspoken. H. ti. WITHKHs, 8. II. SHANKS, a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly of Ttnnee.'ee. Mr. Gilpin mar th I. water drainage is thorough, making it en THOJ.FOSTF.II. satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken John Hojley'j Ticket asd Platform. ried another woman und moved to Virginia FOUE'TUSREID. tirely free from marsh and swamp and givCholera, return it to the undersigned Tne country having been held in breath" where hi) second wife eloped with another ing it complete immunity from nil malarial ! and your money will be refunded. He afterwards is at all times dry and less suspense for some time f ir the Su t to man and never returned. disorders. The air For sale by McKoberts A Stag, Stanford. bracing and free from all pernicious vapors. make its announcement of the next presi- moved to this county, and at tie last Janu MISS SALLIE HARRISON, dential ticket on the republicin side, si ary court he obtained a divorce from wife Theclimnle Is temperate and invigorating, Mrs. Gilpin, for her second bus Formerly ol Staifoid, has nrtsned a Purchasing making: animal life at robust as there is at lence i now broken, James G. Illatne fur No. 2 orders Cincinnati, ard at 127 any point on the contiment. There are president, and Judge Waller ii. Gresham, band, married a mao by the name of Tay-lo- Agency lastreet, will recet reallpersonal to herprompt mid West 8th by bim she bad two children. They attention. She will mak specUlty of Dies many wineial springs with valuable med- of Indiana, for vice prtsident, is our choice. for Furniture, CarGoods, but will ical properties all along the foot of the Oar platform is brietly thie: Abolition of brcame separated and were divorced in the rels and In fact recelre ord.rs could wish Tho ' eTerythln,' one State of Tennessee. Then Bhe inoyed to patronage, of Ihe ladles ot this section especially, a number of health resorts, the entire internal revenue sytem, a revishill range, and CoMf Louisville & Nashville R, R. law and a this coun'y and for husband No. 'A she mar- solicited. the principal of which is Ciao Orchard ion of the interstate ouatnerce bill siinihr to the Blair bill glvirg Federi 1 ried Graudisoa Bethuram, of this county. Spring', the must fumou iu Kentucky and They lived together for a time and bjid one ol the most famous south of the Ohio aid to the common schools. LINE TUROUGII oue child, a girl. They separated and at CENTRAL 'here is no disease peculiar to the River A cllzin of Gainesville, Ga , whose pet TO TUB the last August court she obtsicei a dicounty and the public health is exceptionRICHMOND. KY. cow suddenly showed symptoms of going vorce from Bethuram and was married to ally good. .lvnn',ni.'o.-Fii- ll Faculty. Kleren tVruN dry, consulted a cow doctor, who decided her first love a above stated. menu cf Much Healthy location in I bo he.irt i f II no (1 r,im region. Iletiiit'dntid bnpltnblic immunINPU8TIIIE8 AND S0UKCKS OK LIVELIHOOD trim ity. Modernto ixH'nes, tli'iO tn 1210, Attendance that she had the ''hollow tail," and split Agriculture and its incidents are the lint KCloti.V., from liStaten. NiTtssiON opinh An editor hai loventoi an infernal in inserted a quantity of salt and terthe tail, Pullman Palaoe Sleepers. eri'T. U. ltW7. For full Information and I'ut.ilojtie, main sources of living. Though an invitwhich he places in sn envelope and trrtrtoL. H. BLANT0N.D. D.,Chancellor. and bjuttd it up. Going out the wanufsc'tirerj thete has not pentine, ing t'uld for Louisville next day to see how ihe cow wai getting sends it to thoee who "refuse" tbe paper afyet been any special effort made to develop lo NitHliville, a pis, ter taking it fire years without ptyiut: for along, her owner ciught . . M .tleiuphlR, It any am Industrie, oi mis amu inereinre whicn he kept in the same lot, busily it. The machine explodes and kills lhe Atlanta, there are no establishments of any moment whole family and the fragments that fall Mont o hi ery, in sucking the cow, and this accountnatno on a package of COFFEE is i demanding the labor of mechanics and arJilUIe Kock, gttarantoo of oxcollonco. tailing oil ;of milk. He at once in the yard kill the dog Glorjr certainly ed for the tisans. There are a number of retail stores, took the bandage off of tbe unfortunate awaits that editor, and when he get into Mobile and Sew Orleans. a few grain mills, the principal one at the sanctum that awaits him above be will cow's tail. Stanford, a number of small saw mills in Only one clinorfe to points In have an upholstered chair and be allowed A hack driver comes near running down to sit with his feet on tbe table. the southern pirt of the county and other COFFEE is kept lu all first-cla3toroa from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. Industries on a limited scale, such as are an old woman, but by great exertion sucTbe time was wben a chicken sickened is ordinarily found in a rich agricultural com ceeds in clearing her and is congratulatid "It was a passed in its checks, but, since tbe disco? on bis skill by all observers. niunily. Chicken Cholera Cure, Peeking homes on the line ot this road will rectlv wua ecared, ery of Canter's NATUIUL UiaOURCES, EITHER NOT DtVEL close shave" cried the Jehu, peclal rates, in novor good whon oxposod to tho nlr. been the thirteenth there is not only hope but absolute cure for sMPdee Agents of tbl Company tor rates, routes because ehe would hau' Cl'ED AT ALL OK NOT FULLY,, in hermetically Ac, or write buy DEVELOPED that I had run over this month and thirtetn it. In the event it fails your money will AlwaysONE this brand PACKAGES. C P. ArMOKE, O. P.4T.A., POUND sealed LoulsTllle, Ky. 2c be refunded by McKoberts & titigg. At the foot of the knolu of Ihe Mul- - is always an unlucky number for me." WOOD WALLACE, th d. E H.FOX, itir-.it- u.ir-too- l. it; Livery, Training, SALE Feed, AYRES& GIVENS,' ATTORNEYS LAW, (196-ly.- tlebt-ridde- i, LOUISVILLE, .TACK&03T MOUSE, Wholesale Grocers s, 1 )' tfTA.Ni-JHD- WILLIS HOUSE, main-talnln- i! J. WILLIS, Proprietor, , '' THE LOUISVILLE. KY. l3et Ss. new-com- er V.'0-6- I'Jlt XOTICJE. G A2TTEE' Cholera s blue-gras- s 31-tf -'- iislM Articles Incorporation. i ... COn-fort- 2s-nn- two-third- XNirehasiiig Agency i; i L.&N. TltUNK UNIVERSITY SOUTH & WEST I J. If! half-gron- ARBUGKLES' ARIOSA ss Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS 'I COFFEE rzZEZ. w " Gov Bucicnf.ii has pardoned two luils-vill- e Memphis is in tho midt of a telephone Judge Durham and wife left for Louis-vill- e T7V Thursday evenliig. The reception tonkin, for which ho U eettte f r. i war. over 1,000 person having ordered the tijd by the Q)mmcreil Wa ktwv no'hin k' instruments removed from their houses given them by Mr. and Mrt. IJ. J. Durham 4) of the merits of the ctset, hit if th gjv because the company want to raise the Wednesday night was a very elegant allair. October 7, 1887 Stanford, Ky Mr, Joshua .Mock left for Kansaa City crnor will stick to his nilgai daloraiint-tio- n price from $00 to $72 a year. to ciuault im the jd Ie .ind Cjui William Welch, an eccen'ric lawyer on Tuesday where he has obtained n poi-tioIKl o Oolri1 to ia i ) urat'rntl ti to i r on the Cab'e Line road. Ilia brother, monwealth attorney ail bi'h s'dei of of Minneapolis, hia been indicted for libel W. P. WALTON. the ciebifore i'iiiK t p ir 1 1.1. lie will ing Postmaster General Vilas, having charg- Mr. Jarrel Mock, who has been yery ill ed him with wrecking an insurance com- with typhoid fever, is now rapidly recoverpjrsuo the proper C'jurte Ul cvrry l(scrlitloi',wlik h no keep cumtanlly on ban J u ui jiu to clmc t'liil riaiullicll ai rll J ing. When Yjiing E. Allison and others and euibziling its funds. The Lebanon Enterprise issued a neat panyAt a meeting of the Louisvil'e A Nash Mr. A If, Mink, who has been in the idea of holding a State Industrithe extra to give an account of the murder of al and Cjinnierciel Convention they had ville railroad stockholders at Louisville lumber business in the mountains of Ten. by Frank BearJ. The Clem Ktwlings uo idert i'i a it w ulii assume the collostal Wednesday, the tarns directory was elected. nesee and Kentucky, was rohbed of over Which no retail house can couivto with While jou aidcukUg arc nnd, wewlllaliow you th shocking tragedy was canted by both men The company now opera'ei 3.707J miles of J 100 at Junction City Monday nihi. A ptofortioi'x that tt hs not that the rueeliig having the same girl fir a sweetheart who would prove to gratifying A success as has road from which the gross earnings of the party suspected disappeared during the gave Ktwlin,j a bunch of wild (bwera year were jlo.UMF.osi mo operating nighf. The money consisted of U. H beta demonstrated. It was called to order We are agents for, the licit In Hie uiatktt, nllo the that she had gathered and pinned In her expenses were 59 09 per cent, and the net Treasury notes, un $100 bill Nj. A 3 925; tt Louisville Tuesday by Gjv. Knott nod belt after having refuted Beard's request IMPROVED WATER ELEVATOR, 10 01. another $100 bill No A IS 697; three $50 everyone of the lit) counties of the Siato for them Senator Voorhees says: 'So far as Mr. rotes numbered as follows 72 909, 20,078, Homclblng new ami novel ami the floi-- t thin of the klnl In me. In our linn of was found to be represented either by dele- aul Cook m 577. The balance was In note of small- Mtovcs, we can plfimotlio iuit hiiMlous p traili irlira inl tuskp an J rtjrlallj In lleallne blurts,(icl ja'es, prcxite or paper. Gov. Knoti's' The recep'bn of C eveUnd and pirly at Cleveland is concerned, I think he will be we wish to show jcu ikiiuelhlPrxiei lent. Oliourso w keep l.liue, Ceiurnt, falt, tc, ami in and re elected. Against Blaine er denominations, binks and numbers un- there Is Marcel? anything we harn't nnt that Is anything near our line. Come In whrn vuu are In renominated speech at the opening was a very compre- iSt Louis ani Cilcagi, and in fact every town and we slull l drllf titt-- 1 to make It ilont lor you. Very truly, hensive s'a ement of the advantages and where they hive stopped, ha? hardly ever Mr. Cleveland can cury Indiana by 15,000 known. fc F. W. Handuian has opened a wholeneeds if ihe Slate and Henry Wattereon's been equalled in gran lenr or enthusiaim. majority; against any other republican he have "ll bjen will have half that majority, Mr. Blaine sale wine and liquor store and ber bottling address .f welcome was a complete a pro- The President's speecSe and eaaibUand the impression will unquestionably be renominated, unless establishment at Junction City. He will duction of bard sente and genuine humor conduct a strictly wholesale business and as we have read. Got. Buckner presided he hai produced on the tnsu of the wild he declines in advance " will permit no tipplmgordnnking on the of State Mc- - and wooly WeU will tell in the nsxt elecis Chairman till LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Kinzie wax choren permacently to preside. tion. premises. Me proposed to start this bui ' Peck" Jones was kicked in ths face nest on the abovo terms in Dinvilie, but Col. Him M. Burdett was madeCnief S.'cre Thi: governor is beseiged with petitions was refued permission by the town authortaryandttie other editors, of whom there for the pardon of Cirneliton, but if he is by a horse and seriously hurt. Tne striking coal miners went to work ities unless he would pay a $100 license wete many present, assistants. Gen Duke, as wite as we think he is he will let the Wednesday at the situe price they came and sign an iron clad agreement not to tell Stoddard Johnston and many other compe real murderer of Judge Keid serve tbe to anybody in Dtnville except the drug' tent gentlemen made speeches or read care- light penalty that has been assessed against out on, only subject to arbitration. William Diy was awarded the contract gists. "If you won't let me tell in Dinvilie fully prepared addresses. "Pig Iron" him. o of carrying the mails between the depot what do you want me to pay the licence foi; Kelley, tf Pennsylvania, wa present by inis it fir the privilege of living in DanvilU?" TiiEOffensboroii'ienii Inquirer has tak- and postotlice for $159 per annum. vitation and also addreered the convention. issue and is n The Birbourville bate bill nine have This is what Fred "axed 'em" and then lie The interest created in tbe development of en the place of the the mineral, timber and other advantages credit to the Accomplished editor, A. Y. accepted a challenge from the London lifted his anchors and sailed for the Juncof the State is bound to redound to the Ford, as well as to the section. We with club to play at Birbourville Saturday, Oil tion and give him abundant su:ces financially and other S.b. advancement cf every The Bad Boy Company Mr and Mrs J. C. Jackson are in Gr-ROCEKXE- S The wise Kentucky tie boom the deeerves. Of the couipanv which plays at Walton's Louisville this week. Several of our busconvention adjourned list night alter which NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS iness men are in Louisville attrnding the Opera House net Wednesday nisht, a. the Louisville merchants spread a royal a grand jti commercial conference. Prof. J. II. Clag Portsmouth, O., paper tayt: A negro man is serving ai banquet for the visiting delegates Hardy & Young's IS id 1jj Company gett is on the sick list, in constquance of ror in Pulaski played to an nveilbwinc houe Monday The New York Sun carries its dislike to y Washburn dropped devi at which the Laurel Ssminary is teuiporari-fill03T- Cleveland to such contemptible extremes Springfield, Mass. closed. Judge Brown is home again night and to a very large,. houe Tuesday having tbe e fleet night. As to tho production nf the play, that it disgusts instead of There are 19 men and o nero women from Bell and Harlan counties. intended For instance it tries to prove in the K'chmond jiil Tho London Cornet Bind have refur too much cannot bs sld. .Mr. I'd it S, that the president stole most of his Indianitself nished their headquarters in the second Oriner, ss the Hid ljy is very funny, and The Exposition will not cxpo-sapolis speech from tbe American Crclope any more.- story of the Jackon buildinc. The music kept the Midifuce in a ro r of laughter .Louisville lime. j dia. O' course tbe local points of any Dunfap A McCince, milltri, R;ch- - rxm is large, well lighted and furnished from the ris on the rlrst ant in tli fall of move plicctmveto be obtained (rem that or j uued, Va., have f iled for $140,000 with equipments of a first class bind; the the curiam on the last set he makes, every word I e utters is that of a some other eource, as it ia nut possible for v. 1th gilt letterDr. Koefel, a Nw Albiuy man, de windows have nice shades, a man to carry in his mind the dates and tccted in forgery, took morphine and died. ing inscribed, "London Cornet Band." I) d boy that we are all so ItmilUr wi h in statistic of every town in the Union, and The Louisyille & Nashville has built This bind came in'o existence only one ever day life. The part of hi chum wa to make m udo ever Mr. Cleveland's ue 130 milts of road this ye.tr at a cost of $3, year Melvil'' who emrd and during th-i- t time they h7e phrd hy Mis of recognizsd authorities on such subjects, 00O.0CO. filled contracts in London and tho county to captivato the audience with her well ren( (hc.m:k is puerile in the extreme. Mr. Dana onca Ka Two transactions of the Louisville amounting to over $lx) and filled engage dered chancier swell eoni; stood bigh in journaliun, but old age and a tobacco "breaks" Tuesday amounted to ments at other towns, which is proof that Melville, in the character of Heck Stuhbs, falling cf cf his nensyaper's patronage his $210,000 they give satisfaction with their music, was very much admired and enthusiastic soured him and dwarfed his intellect. ally applauded for a medley of songs renmen were killed and their bodies The band consists of the following memFour blown 100 yards by a boiler explosion in bers: John Leu, E flat cornet; Prof. Cbeis-ema- n dered in a charming manner, (leorge W. The carelessness, not to say tho igno solo cornet; George A. Faris cornet; Mahare, as l'a was very clever and really ranee, of the average news clipper is fully St. Louis. In fact, the whole cast is C. Johnson 1st nlto; O II. Griffin 21 al- looked the part apA son of Gen. Wolford has been J. hown in the fact that dczens of papers pointed postal clerk between Nashville and to; Joseph Offens 1st tenor; Charles Dnber superb. Just before the last act Mr. Harry have copied the paragraph from the Courier 21 tenor; Hirve Faris solo baritone; Fred Hardy, the eminent cornet soloirt, enterJournal which said that Gov. Buckner had St. Louis. Oaio will aek Congress for $10,000,000 Hugi 1st tuba; E. L. Eiri 2J tubs; Charles tained the audience with some exquisite appointed Judge Morton, of the "LsFay to construct a ship canal from Lake Erie Jones tenor drum; R. M. Jackson bars cornel solos. He was very loudly and deette" Circuit Court, to try James Harris, at drum. The solo baritonist is a young man servedly enchored, being obliged to reMorehead, for conspiring to kill Judge to the Ohio river. Aimee, tbe well known actnss, died in only IS yeari of age and is one among the spond three timet. He is a finished CorCole. Of course it should have been Fay ette Circuit Court, but the clippers do not Paris, while a surgical operation wag being best performers in the State. Their friends nells! and his solos are a rare pleasure to and members of other bands are cordially lovers of good muric. Tne company thro'-o- ut step to think exen if they know, that there performed on her. is first clars and deserves the larve busThe Singer Machine Manufacturing invited to tbe music-rooat any time. is no LaFayette county in Kentucky. iness they are playing to here, Company last week purchased 8,000 walnut OARRARD COUNTt DEPARTMENT. msjority in Ten trees in Pike county. The an Here is the way Hob Iogertoll puts il: Lancaster. neeee has reached 25.778 and it is claimed The Paris Board of Education dis'Here is a shoe shop. One man in tbe will show over 30,000 when all the official missed five scholars, ranging from 12 to 10 It was Barney.O'Neil who wanted to albat all his wad that there wasn't a horse in shep is always busy through the day returns are in. Tbe prohibitionists lay years, for being drunk. ways induatrhua, In the evening he goes their defeat principally upon the negroes, Chicago is about to construct a water the world which had ever trotted a mile in girl- There are five who voted against them almost solidly. A tunnel four miles long, eight feet ia diame- 190. He was let cS with cigars for the courting some nice other men in the shop who don't do any crowd. State is too big a thing to work at one lime ter, to coil about $000,000. Captain T. A. Elkin's fine stallion, Ar- such thing. There spend half their workanyhow. A county or a precinct tyen at a The echooner City of Green Bay ran ing eveuings in distipition. The first young time is tufScient for one attempt. Better ashore near South Hayen, Mich., six of thur Sim', is being triined at Dinvilie and man by and by cuts out thce others, and is showing greit spied. The captain thinks go slow and win than try to take the earth the crew of seven being reported lost, gets a boot and shoo store of his own. Then he will toon be able to go inside the reguand lose. Clem Riwlinps, son of Hon. Alyin lie marries tbe girl. Sion he is able to 2:30. was shot and killed Monday, in lation The Louisville Anw which has been Ihwlins, James M Liyton has traded his farm tHke his wife out for a drive in the evening. Lebanon, by EJgar and Frank Bjard. , for months advocating the election of Henhis former compani ns, McCreary to Willi im West for Tne live labor-rCipt. Thomss, of Bourbon, had two nnd store at ry Watlertcn to the U H. Scnatorehip, ha who see him indulging in this luxury, re the farm of the latter hmwn as the Fin received a letter from the distinguished barns burned; one containing 20,000 pounds tire to tic neishboring calo.m and pats nery placs. I understand West piid Liy journalist acknowledging the compliment of tobscco, the other $300 worth of hay. resolution that there is an eternal struggle 10(1 difference. Congressman Taulbee has bought a ton $2 " and adding: ''I will say again what I have In a short trip to the country I wis between labor nnd capital often said in public and in private, that $0,000 boute in Washington and will pracsurpriseJ to ses how fast tis grass is grac Testimonial to L: M. Lasley, there is no position withiu the gift of the tice law there a'ter his oflhial term is ing. The pastures, which two wesks ago CiiAliOucilAUD, October (5, lSS7:-- To government, or the people, tbe acceptance ended. were dry and without a vestige of green the citizsns of Stanford and vicinity: -"- We The democratic committee of the city of which I would even consider." ness, are now covered with a beautiful cir-p- et esk a liberal patronage for our friend L. M. of Louisville has decided that it is not of b'.ue-gns- s about four or fire inches Lwley in the beef trade, since he elects to The President having shaken hands with necessary for the party to mtke a nomina9,000 people without experiencing any fa high; the branches ars running and ever In all his leave us and locate with you tion for mayor. tigu6 in his good right arm, the Louisville thing looks fresh. It is wonderful abou. butchering here we have never bought a proposition to consolidate the A Ihst is moved to suggest "what a great knights of this blue grass and that is the reason it mean piece ol beef from him, anil regret labor and the farmers' alliance, pitcher be would make." He is a pitcher makes me mad to see our farmers plowing that be letv. s tn, but our lots is your gain. both of which associations are in ee.xioa at from away back. He pitched Blaine out it up and sowing foreign grasses in its R. U Hronaugb, J. II Htitchinirs, J. T. Minneapolis, is being discussed. in the first round and will do the same for stead. Stop It, people, if you pleae. Chsdwick, J L Hutchison, J. H. Hailey, An express train on the Louisville any republican that can be put against Judge M. H. Owsley was in town yes A. J. Sigler, William Stuart, Samuel HarNew Albany and Chicago railroad struck a terday, looking very feeble from bis recent din, W. M. Doores, M. D. (the best butchhim next time. cow near Silem, throwing a passenger coach illness. Mrs. Maria L Grander is still er we ever had -- O. W. James), W. T. The corner stone of the Lee monument, over an embankment and injuring about quite ill at her residence neai town. Her Saunders, E W. Jones. to be erected at Richmond, will be laid on persons. brother, Ben Litcher, and family, of Nsw the 27tb, when tbe largest crowd ever in A prisoner at Chattanooga upon hear-i- n York, were to tee her this week. Judge Sime people can't see how a man can be ed the capital of the Southern Cona verdict against him of five years in W. E. Walker and W. S Walker shipped in favor of temperance and not be a prohi federacy is expected. Tho entire South, tbe penitentiary cut hia throat in tbe pres: m- jmTSSiJ JTJ-i- i ii n tc TnonrTTrr of jajks and horsss to Texts on bitionir. a Such pople think they were and in fact the whole country should feel a ence of the judge and jury and bled to yesterday. Mr Schilling and wife, olRch-mon- d, born to control other men, They as deep interest in honoring the grand soldier death in half an hour. are visiting the family of Albsrt themselves what ought our neighbors to dr; and christian gentleman. It is reported that a large number of Schilling, at this place Gaorgs Smith, Jr. and if they ill not do it, how can we comLogan faction, heavily armed, are gathTwo negroes attacked a young min and the left Wednesday for Birmingham, Alabima, pel them Resolved: that the Almighty ering at Morehead to prevent the burning his sweetheart who were walking in a pirk where he has been ottered a position. has given tbe government of this world at Dallas, Texts, and while one held a pis- of the town by the Tolliverites. Won't into tbe hands of His Saints. Resolved OANHILLE. BOTLE COUHTT down? tol to the head of the man the other outrag this infernal businese never TnBt we are Hia Stints Thai's the The propeller California, from Cnicago ed the woman. The man was unarmed, Peck's Bid Biy at the Opera House them- .- Somerset Democrat. DtULXa IK- - but he should have preferred death to that for Montreal, loaded with 20.000 bushels Tuesday, 11th last. of com and 900 barrels of pork, went to 'Bill," said a Kansas editor to tbe new nnina Rnnkx Statinnnrv and foK J$'r7n 6 (OsJlfeoV' V. kind of dishonor and died defending the woSamuel Selcb and Misi Liilie Coomer a ' " pieces in a heavy sea. Fourteen of tbe xsrxsju up that suicide tiat occurman under his protection. obtained marriage license on Wednesday. reporter, "write 2r .a. v jjowau crew and passengers are missing. red yesterday, and do it up in style. How d- Green Farrell was tried Wednesday Gov. OoL&riY, of Illinois, has perdoned Lee Saepherd stole a horse from John ol it?" "Why, PhTilcl inn' nriKr'Dtlori pii unli'lt rmniKVtmlu.1 Nfc'' rv. , will you open your account fif?'l 0rti five and commuted the sentences of 23 Ne well's stable at Greenwood and made oil evening and hell for further trial on a ..J... J Oft. a 3 aiio I'll say, 'Tnls unusually quiet village was MJ v. sinvniwiiua emfff murderers, and has been in office less than towards Tennessee with it. He was cap- charge of stealing a bl; lump of cjal; bond thrown into a fever of excitement yester three years. No wonder anarchists and tured at New River and on being brought '" ' You will, eh? You'd better The firm of the late J C. Binford was day other bloody fiends increase and multiply back to Pulaski barely escaped a lynching, withdrawn Wednesday at $15 per acre; tbe go, young man I don't want a reporter Tho Largem 8tcr of Watohes, Ulooka, in his State, when they tee that little or J .noes B, Vincent, sole survivor of the personalty sold well. who f peaks of a city where the real estate and Silverware ne punishment awaits a murderous act. thirty-si- x men of the whaling bark Napoleas n Mr. Henry W. Evans, of Kansas City, transfers in a week amount to $500 I.'t r i,i i. v.,i jUHriri 'fit I wit than The Winchester Democrat devotes its on, wrecked in the Arctic sea in May, 1885, ia in town for the purpose of taking home usually quiet village." ... ' tlif j,hi nj has arrived at San Francisco on thn reve- with him Mrs. Evans and tbe baby, who last entire isue to its town an? county, and l'lf. .ri ii, l iinlc 4nl The editor of this paper is compelled, by which be was rescued have been spending the summer in Danillustrates its article on tbe growth of both nue cutler Bear, owing to the condition of tbe seat of his a of Siberian Indville. with numerous cuts. Tom Stuart looms while living with band D;. J. Allen, of Spencer county, has breeches, to wear his coat at all timet. up handsomely as one i f the great men of ian. footsteps of a young The L, A N. brakemen seem to waut to been in Danville for ten days with his wife, Whenever he hears tbe tbe section. lady entering his office be has to ilr to his run the road. The latest strike is on the who is now convalescing from a surgical TTEIGHTEEN PROfrESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS- .The Conner Journal gave a picture of Short Line because the company wanted to operation performed for the removal of an coat. O I dear friends, pay your subscripnunuuuurui uuu mecnanicai, jjcieniinc, Ena neer no Clainai Normal Wednesday, but with tho sand one green man on each train to learn abdominal tumor, by Dr. L. S. McMurtry. tion, Pay up now. He would get a pair Col. Sam Burdett Si flhonl. Mlllt.iri Tnntloo fnmma,ll ...i b hie .7"Z"l.r,'"","","u' B,,u rreparaiory uourses of Sfudw. of Prof. of fresh socks would some patron of there was no tbe business, Traffic was delayed only a Mrs. Allen is the mother exception of tbe send In arrears. f Hart County likeness to the handsome, tall maple of tbe abort time and the ringleaders were left in George T. SohoolGeld, of tbe and paper JAMES K. PATTERSON? Ph. D . LEXrNGTONmKYn'addr8U I News mountains whatever. the cold. Damb Institute. " Mfemta 1. FIeo..s: 1 n g' - con-ceiv- Complete Xiine of Groceries Oin- tools: of Iljxi'clwai'e, Oliver Chilled mid Imperial IMow.s, o. I i HOCK Kit JIKICiHT. well-timi- d -- I BUY en't-rpris- e I1 Ei-Go- j T. R. WALTON SOMERSET STS.. to Ie Li-pet- ite MAIN & Ifl GBTTHE A m WATERS &MVIS, J W minimi ill-fa'- car-loa- d JiTJir j:-g- jt,-u- - uiol A it. rirrj, PHARMACIST, ' hqhi; v7f flV li?, 1W r'b. . .y A p JEWELER. fy mwmMsi&wmm. WI- l$M 1l yi&WMP R K- TATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY I eye-glass- in-la- Df '"".' j: V -'- fiMsVial.to iTrfn Mtii . . iyiiM wi -- r- - V lm wiiiwiiii urirni iiiimrun mm i i nil li n in TiTunrnrirmnr atMnavwwpfcwUOTiwiriwaaHMiia prrM attention to l tu '$8cc:J Ky, - J..Ifr''o it"! UtislnoBH TIME T It Walton call I 'erKwari'. r'l Ne . bitjrgv, t,,iitie made and W. II Hikuih. d neve uvd Stanford, IIAVi;jilt received a liandsouiu October 7, 18S7 fill u'i'iils, (Jill nnd ph. them. Shank I lot (f woman appeared When n very 8. II. oa tlieslcet Widnelsy wa looked out nnd behold, 11 va white hfr'e weie in night. K. O. WALTON. Manior, i. i ' H LOCAl CARD. 13 W I 31 4$ Fnr.H OY3TKH9 served in ny style from The ficl Is are n green ai springtime and daylight till 10 at niht during the oyster li e farmer ate felicitating theaii'elre upon J T. Harri". the fact that if ihuir corn crop is short the sei-on- . Mall IrMU i'jlng Hiiu tijiee t. UhIm" " boulo. rlouth Norh It r. r. M. . . rnea.MV Is calculated on standard time. Is atom iu niiiiiiUf uutr iMi. Holtr ii m K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains Irate Uuwlsud at 6 and 7 20 a. tf. Iteturnlng, airtveatOand l,Mr, u. iGCJ. NOTICES. Buy your school booka anil echool cup-IUfront A. K l'eoojr. Ask jour erocttr for the Cincinnati Uo.' micker nuii cakr. M(KoukhtsA fcTAdtl re hexiijunrleri1 for kcIiooI liouk and bool supplim W ATCHKb inl Jewelry repaired on nlior iOtice mill wArmntod lr A. K. I'cnnv. A cuMi'LRTK elock ol jewelry, A, tyle. Kockfoni walchee a njt-cialt- itt K. iVmij, K fir ai of Penny V McAlinter haflnR account are ready fur fettle at once and fettle. You mav limit, cave com. Til dii'Olvni, the PERSONAL. -- Jamw T. L'AUfeON I in town Mus W. IS MoKoutiira i fining Ltr iiUt in I .oil iirille. Mm I' J IlATriir.it. of Huionville, hatnl-n- i x'iinn with A. T Xunnwl- J Mij M.TTtr. litninLe t.a. returned in Wood- 're m a umniiiV vii to fii-m- U 'crd c Miss Huwaiic Bfaklry i bok from Isi'liavill, wheie he boilKtil a Ctr load nl prettv millinery. llflr. Mih Lime itiv Hfalky rtnt li J i LouiD Fur-ifie- -t r to Ti.it Mr aod oilier Irifrvle. Veln)!fT -- Mr It F. Wiiitk in I.iuiaville, wild a new to obtaining a eltriMloti "lib the Ailnut Expire CiiHjtany. Wii.i.iui Cooliy aod family elarted lr0 '.i Wlre.,1 Itiej will make the enure trip . wnv in vMe -- Mmhi I'. C. Warren, T 1J and l)r John Homer-e- 1 i Tilday to atlenil court. -- Mil ash Mit" Tom Mctoam1 have movnl in town and cone to houae-keepiin the J. e H'cker property recently pur cbami Iit tbi in been II KuNEfr Jkskink, who h with Mr. and Mrs K. K. Barrow fjr 13 year and lnce he wa three yeara, haa gon to hi parent in Kanaaa. advance Mu. K E BaiUCKMAX, agent fir Hardy Si Young' Bd Boy Cam-paopreparing for the waa Ure of hia ahow next Wfdneidav performance night. S. L. 1'owr.ita and eietcr, Mlaa Allie, returned from New York a few day ago Ther topiJ awhile at the Capital and look in the aiirht of that city of mag nlfi:nt diatancea. Editor Jons A Belt., of the old reliable Georgetown limt i here, Mr. Bell I" one of the olleat a he i one of the bet newappr men in the Stale, and we were glaJ 10 eo him outfide of hit own town once. Jitxtr. J. Ci. Cahteu, of Brodhead, one of the. brighten Miaana in the Stale, al f'lterMirct Linpiln Lodge No. 00 for M.indy nlk'tH H. v.nil id pure i . it fn. lew life in the Lodje which need enough. It bid Miu. J. L, I)awoN, who broke brr arm, i Letlink' on tolfMbly well for ore of her age, 00. Her htnbtnd, who iiM,ia.al to dowi, but not nriomlT nick. Tney hare and of the been liflnj lotfeihtr 61) year doien childreu bun to them ten are liTing and all are thrifty. Mn?.J II HcriCEn, MIJ Hallie and the other children lelt Tueaday to pend a week in Dinville before leaying for Kanw. I:ithe subject of gen eriil regret that thU excellent family found it to their intereat to go Weal, but gootl wirbee will follow thein in their new home fjr their lieallh and prceperity. Misaiis J.CJ. BAiinETT, New Haven, F. L. Cliflord, LWIngalon; J. It. Cass, Brod head; Frank Ddlion, Lebanon; It It Hobbe.Jelbci, V M. O'Bryan, Crab Orchard; our iwn Jmea Marel, Mt. Vernon, and W. O.C zttt, Junction City, were in to aee uyeurdsy. They were here fjr the purpoae of being examined by Supt. P. T Down on the new rule y, 0ley M. went to .ji ev-er- grass will help them out wonderfully in Nkw Navy Beana, PickUh in bulk, N Y. tailing rare of their iock. Clieeie, Freh Cke and Cracker, at A. A . .i mi Warren' ''Model (Irocery " Hahdy & Youno'h Bid Bay company carry ono nf the Illicit bands and orchestras Tub Irial of W.illace Cirpeuler for ihe on ihe road Hear them at the Opera murder of his father, Adam Carpenter, la House Wedneiday night, October 12ih. et for Monday, 17ih, at Somerset. Price 25, 35, 50 and 75 cent. A new lime card with the new rule will HaVINO secured the service of T. J- go into effect on the L. A N. Sunday Tr e II itcher, of Huslonville, I am now prepir changes in the passenger Iraint' time will nl to do all kind of work in the boot ord not be greti, we learn shoe line at the lowest price and guarantee y. temperance women In omention at AitUfaciiiii (live us a trial, A T. The Lexington wantoJ to re live thit no Udy should receive into her aoci'ly any man It i telegraphed from Somerel that a wlji) iiitivJ w ilnky or tobico. Inr it wn petition i being circulated in the northern pirt of Pulaski to send to the next L.i;is-latinrisking that n new county out of that !( talented Me.V lie Sister, I The and l,i Pelile are witi Hirdy & portion of the county, together with portion Young' Bid B y company mi the Opera of Lincoln and It'ckosile, he made, with House Wednesday night, Ojlober !'' h. the county seat at Woodstock or Eubanka. We have enough pauper counties already, You want to make it a point to see them and we shall ee that the scheme is not Notwithstanding die Daisy Holler worked. Mill nre turning nut 50 barrel of tbur MARRIAGES. per day beside custom grinding, they nre Mr. Johu A. iMcKee and Mi) Delia 20 btrrel behind in their order. I live a little pitience genl'emen and they will fill Peairs, siter of Mrs. T, L, Shelton, were your orders. married at the bride' father's, at Kings Mountain, by Itev. A. S. Moflrtt, WednesK. D. Kennedy Faut WoltK. ha been around for a week icquiring into day, at d ioiinediniely left for a viit to the groom' parent in II county. Tuet-d- ay 'he financial plandiug c f the boy be look 15'i list, callini: en mot of HELIOIOUS. the poplu at tl.eir h.ine, xnd making the K dtr Sweeney closed a meeting &t bel tine on nn recori. Fleintngaburg with 21 addition. I HAVK opei.pd n tjrt clar riataurant The Louisville Conference, in seinn under the Prtmin II ue and will serve atllirtford, has adjourned to meet next oyster, fi'll and gam hi nny style and nl year in Lebauon all hour day and night. I will alo run a -- The Northern Preebyteriin Snod will pool ait I billiard In bin in the ailjinink' be held in Lebanon rut week ami the room, (.ieorge T. Porlman. H.HHhern in Franklin A religion fanatic at Nw South TitEbria bind of Ick' Bid Boy Cum Wnle crucified hi wi'e and family, but lie pauy, which play here next Wednesdiy uight, reared a hore in Pri nnd be ran had to kaock them in the head with an xe before doing i off with Ihe buggy he wa hitohed lo, ov Meeting f r ohil Irsn of lo'n at the a id breakiiig i' T.ie pr .( r ei it" Baptixt ''hurch Suntlay f,ernoou at 3 pud the owner 533 ilii'ianc. o'clock; interesting exercise; new proTnosn indebted la me for tlireiMn,' will gramme; all inviled Porcr U. EUom p ea-- e leave huiuunt due me at the Farmer -- A union revival at Antioch, Cnristinn National Bink. Tnis mean for thoss who county, held by a Cumberland Presbyteriowe me for lbt7 as well a ISSG If not an and a Methodist, has rerulled in 5S con. paid by next o.url day will b placed in fessions and great good to the community. the hands of an officer. A. T. Traylor. Theie:ond of his October series of Will Build. -- Capt. E T. Itocbeslur ha sermons will be preached by John Bell bought nf Mrs, John T. Oano 10 acre of (lib'on at the Christian church next Sunland fronting the (tike and adjoining Dr. day morning. Subject: "The Q lalitica-tio- n Steele litiley at f 100 per acre and will and Dalies of Church Officers. build at once. The balance of the tract The Christian church congregation rewas purchased by Dr. Btiley for $5,000 elected Elder J. S. Sweeney as their pastor for his 19ih consecutive year of pastoral PiiO'K of the pudding i cliswing the The vote wa taken service for that body bag, consrquently we can state unequivoby ballot and etood, Sweeney 1C9, Frank 2 cally that Huenntendent W. N. Poll i "Paris New. turning out the best pitenl (lour ever sold Bro. John B:ll (iibson has accepted and eaten in Stanford Tho Killer Mill" the hearty and unanimous call of the Chrisare a big succm and grow daily in public tian Church to preach for them again next favor. year This will be Bro. Uibson'a fourth Fkank Clem, the man who laid in jail year with the church. Hi work i growhere for a long lime for murder committed ing in every direction and pesce and prosin Htrlan and who finally gave bail for perity have taken ibe place of tho wrang $8 000, wa returned here from that county ling of the former days. D. W. Vanile-veeTtiffdiy night by his securities became he -- The new Southern 15 1; t:et Theological bad votten into another row and hid been bebnving badly generally. Seminary building on Fifth street, near structure. It is oyer York, i an imjio-in- g fur suppsr to b given at the More room half a iq iria in lengih, is five stories in recently vao tie I by A It Penny, by the It will be bight and will 5100.000. ladie i'f ihi Pebyteri in church tonight open for ue in Janunry and there will be h i fjr tlio purpose of raiing fund to nothing of the kind handsomer in the the new church, and ought to be liber- South. The larger portion of the money to ally pttronUsd, It will embraco oyster Courier build it wn raised in Nev York. in every style and other good thing'. Ad Journal. minsion 50 cent", children J5 cents. The protracted meeting at Lair's closa Niin-nelleo At a sale in Adair 100 bus els of com in the fild eoid at ")0 to 57 cenis. -- In Loiiaville. citile are q le' a' 2 In 4.15; h"g firm at 3J lo 1 SO; easy at 1 to lambs 2 J to 5 A number ol Spendthrift's colts that were bred a! Dr N rwnod' farm in thi county were sjld in Njw York Monday. Oje sold lo Dnyer at $5 259. and tie aver-agwa over $2 000 per head, TLjxinglon 3; hei PLEASE OBSERYE M'ROBERTS & 8TAGG, THAT pSf" HAr K Gezjlle at 00. C. D. Chenanlt sold 18 yearling mule About 200 untie on the market Monday with price rtinuiru from 2j to 2 Large number uf mule. Ooe man cenlM. bought 50 at $35 lo $05 Broke mules sold at $75 lo $100. Few plurf hore at $35 to $55.-Itichm- fi ASSftEl-JffiEHOF- - S I Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware, Having securd the services of C. F. KENT, a pracical Watchmaker with manyjears experience, nil work will be done with neatness and dispatch fully insured. Spectacles aid Eye Glasses to suit the eye. l, Climax. Charlton AlexinJer ha sold to 'Swet 530 fat cattle at $!, Kahn, for Oold-uiill- i, $1 25 and $5 -- weight 1 GOO The sale will aggregate $10 000 and is the largest single cattle trade which ha taken place in the Stale this yrnr Hinfi.rd Talbott, of N rlh Mtddletown, sold to Joe Wilkeron a carload of fit cittle, averaging 1 035 poinds at $4.80 -- Paris New ond Aeor rrin The young (leen of Spain, who spent a part of the summer at tin sea side, employ-e- .i an ingeniou device lo avoid the gsz of the crowd while "he t.iok her daily bath She stnt one of the lidie of her cour', exictly like her wearing a bathing dre-own, into Ihe water first, and oidered the attendant lo piy her nil the repect and hamagi usually oil 'red to herreif Tnoti sand of rpectator g zd upon the scene while thi latlv sported in the wave, and dispersed as so' n a 4 ie vanished, dripping, into tie d.thti g hou4 1'rieq ieen herself entered li'f water aud ei j retl ner huh in peace. Tims all pirlte were pleased, even to Ihe lady who actd a q ieen for twenty minute m:w A'mitriiEMKvrs. Ovr.-- A LlRht llay Yearling Tilly with a large Hjt In fori'tia,! . I ... . pat fir her return or will .. r iur iniuruanon uni win lean to rer recovtrr, MiKlunej, Xr. John Doi . i SB O W f j so 7 li (D I 3 tea X 2 O H a n w S e e R O I L ... utt, JffOTIJB Will ! CO 5 w sfiJSZ3S2aKssaisn All Lands that tho Tasos aro not paid on by Oct. 12th, t'ailTfr'!zl and Sold County Court Day in Novsmbor. T. It. XEU'fj.tXOfH L. C. XX. SALsKSMEjy To solicit orJera lor oar reliable Nurnery Stock. Good Salary and Ex rentes or Comtnlulon. Permanent employment guaranteed. Address at once, C. H.XJPXKY, MUKCJIIAXT TA1I.OIL -- I hnvo recolvcJ and still recelrmt statin 207- -t SXHtlj agp, A; IIOIVL.IXD, Nurieryinen, ht. Louis, Mo. New Goods for Fall and "Winter, Comprising the best In tbe market, which win t A. J. KNAPP, Optician, Will Ik at the Porttuan Uoutr, Stanford, until the 24th. Persons luflerlng from Impaired visure can Ket relief by getting a pair of bis Crystal Hpecta-cle- s. Ttiey confer a brilliancy and distinctness f vision, with to amount ul ease and comfort not hitherto enjoyeJ by Spoclacle weareri. They Improve, and preserve the sight, thereby retting theeye. and in very many cases prevent headache. On account ol the purity ol the material, they cause no dlzlnesi or wavering sight. It requires professional guidance, even when the best '.'CO-- t article Is offered. Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Mono in City or Country Ulve Me Trial. WEAREN & MENEFEE, For Kent, lrivately. Fox' My Sale, Publicly I ! Farm between McMnney andTurncravllle, miles from tbe latter place. The lioueln McKinney. where reside, and my ljj ct Farm Contains 130 Acres GoodLand Well fen and watcrrl, mostly In and meadow. Thero wl i be about I) sens to k'i la Wheat and oais. II not rented prlvauly, I will llltte-iirais tyjCJmrl ' VsHMHKbMsSisVvHI f fur-uis- Ou Tlnir-Mlny- , Oclobu r 1!I, 1SS7, -- of Claims was in cession till WednesJay aflernoou. A number of person were given admittance to the and numerous others were allowed from ? 3 to $0 per month. Hqiire John Btilev, John O. Neal and Jimes H, Lynn were appointed lo receive or reject the poor-hotn- The Court LOCAL MATTERS. Turn E were light Ircal yts'erday and at the day before. Nick lot Mocker & of coal aea and scuttle Bright'. ' TiiKladieaof the Presbyterian will sell at auction to night church their fine silk quilt T The Bad Boy will make things lively for two or three hours at the Opera House Wednesday night, next Death. -- Mrs. Frank Oitts, sister of Mrs. John P. Dais, died at her home at Monticello, Wednesday, of consumption, a full line pf cooking and heating stores which we are soiling at remarkably low price. Call and examine them We hare and get prices. HockerA Bright. The widow of L. B. Hughen, who was killed about a year ajo on the rallroid.died Monday, of fever, leaving several little children in destitute circumstances. Cirpenter'o Station turnpike and and report by November court. Squire W. P. Grimes nnd Neal and D. It. Carpen ter were appointed for a like service on the Lincoln A Boyle turnpike. The sherifl wa allowed to return as delitquent $12,-S2- 1 of property, and -- 00 poll, the parties either not found or left the county. Elder J. G. Livingston was allowed $21 for preaching lo Ihe poor hous inmates. Dt. W. M. Doorea was re elected physician to that eilablishment on a bid of $72 50 a year, or about $25 lei than last year. Dr. Hugh Iteid waa elected jail physician over Dr. S. C. Helm and W. M. Bright county treasurer. This office has been filled for a number of years by that excellent business mm, Mr. D, B EJnmton, wao declined re election on account of haying moved from The application for an the county-sea- t. appropriation of $1,000 per mile to extend the Somerset pike 2 miles to Highland wa discussed at length and it waa finally decided to allow Ino amount, to bo paid out of the levy of 1889, provided the road Is built and turned ever to the county free of debt. The county judge waa allowed $750 and the county attorney $,S5 for salaries and in addition the latter was given $150 for services in collecting bactc railrod The poor house claim this time taxes. wag $2,200.17 against $1,507 last year. Gquire John A. Cbappell kicked against allowing a claim for tobacco for the paupers, eayiug that they ought to raise on the farm enough for their use, but his motion was voted down. There are 203 claims and they aggregate between $9,000 and $10,000 or about what they were last year. 160-acre to the Presbyterian church, lttv. Charles Them One thoroughbred Race Mare in fual to Con sou, the postor, wa aided by that most sue grtgan, 1 yearling Fitly by St, Martin, half ce'iful evangeliit, Itjv. Joseph Evans, nnd siiter to St. Aline, weanling Filly by Harry by that swee'. singer in Israel, J II. Hop0' 'Fallon, all thoroughbred and recorded; per. The amount raised during the meeting was abcut $300 to help complete the Good family buggy Mare, 20 stacks ol Hay, Corn In the field, (lata in sheaf, 2 large tltraw stacks, church and $100 for evangelistic work in 100 bushels Wheal In parccr, I faultier Wagon, Phaeton and Hamc-- , 1 Buggy, 1 WalKentuckian. the mountains-Par- is ter A. Wood Mower. Plows. Gear, Ac, Ac, HouseKitcnen Furniture, all new When Joe Munday went on hi first hold and wade known ouday ofsile. and nice Ter ms ;. r. rovxa. of the btwdy houses in Louisville, round 2(n It 11. T. Bl'911, Auctioneer. one woman was so overcome with the nov elty of tho situation that she laughed till LOUIS SCHLEUEL, ehe fell from ner chair. The brother kept on talking, however, and Ihe report saya soon hal the laugher in tsar. At some ItlCIUtOSO, KEMl'CKV. of the houses he was treated with great of them received him Photographs in all styles and.sizos. rudeness, but meet with respect. ed Sunday night with 5S addition 1 Kent the above property to tbe blcheat bidder publicly. Al the umt llmo and place, (on tbe 111 roll to the blghist bidder, publkly, tbe larm) following: Five milk Onwa and Calves, T bead cf 3 bead ol good yearling titeers, titters, 1 yearling Hull, Hellers, Ac, I aged work Mules, all marcs and good ones; AjXy7 jr Ay 'VOnK3 rhJ( I Vli J- - Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Sur eys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Millsf Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, All of work guaranteed as represent od. Prices ta suit the times. Wo can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. H.GIIEEX. ArI.. PHOTOGRAPHER. WEAEBN & MENEFEE. IIUKtonville, Ky. LAND. STOCK AND CROP Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Cojors. Newdoalgm la Prices. Fra-nes -- Col.T. P. Hill sold to Mr. Whitt, of ta Mats tat very (201-l- low Route. Queen and Crescent Bailway.) Orloans and Toxas Pacific (Cincinnati Now Tennessee, 20 yearling mules at$S5. At a sale in Garrard this week old corn brought $3 23 and new $2 10 in the field. A. T . Nun iwlley bought of A. C. Nw Iick' at 4 centi; of Dud' land 15 Holmi s a lot of fat cattle at $3 S5 and ol various parties 15 head butcher stuff at 2 225-pou- Shortost and Quickest Lino to New Orloans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT AUG. 25, '87. BEAD DOWN. TllAINH SOUTH. Ko.l. Pally. ! 7 11 OC.SuLSlcAfc'.s "SANITARY" HEAD DP. No. Daily to2J. Scotch Wool Dally Ex. Buu No.3. Mo. 6. I TKAlNtfNUKTH. STATIONS. tio.i. Dally. , "No 10. Ex. Sua Dall.V. I No. 4. I No. I I Djllr &.....J. i C ...j . George A Pleasants hag received a letter from his cousin, W. J. Pleasants, who lives at Pleasant Valley, California, giving a glowing description of that section, ill peach crop aggregated 175 tons and he sold 30 Ions dried at 17 cents per pound. His sales of fruit amounted last year to $13,000 besides several thousands from other farm products. For apricots alone he got $2, 310, prunes $1,050, pears $1,500 and a large amount for grapes and figs. He has 3,000 grape vines from which he usually makes raisins and gets $1,35 rer box. From his description the land does not exactly flow with milk and honey, but with many things a great deal better. Underwear PLATT'S "English Lasting" U.XDEKWEAK. 12 0 9 a 10 1 4 nilam 7 00am 6 42pm ...lL'vc...Clncinnati....A'rv 55 a in 4 03 p m 9 00 pm. 3 15 pm Lexington ...J 20 am 7SO it m tl 5i pm 1 85 i m I S 1 15 ami Junction City 55 pm lOp m 7 50 a m Oakdale 15 pm 655am 6 15 a id 5 15am g 25 a m 9 17 a ml -- Hoyce...... 01 pra 8 41 a ta 0 SO a niArv..ChatUnooi. L're 5 00 a m 30 put ,. L've Chattacocsa A'rv 4 30am 9 15a iif 00 pm Ar'v 12 43 am 1 05 pm) - ... A'rv .Atlanta Irt a m 10 30 pm Birmingham 3 50 pm 10 am 7 40 p la 9 45 pm1 -- lit 00 pm .. is pm 40a so 10 25 a m 6 53 a m 3 43 a Bt 6 20 a m 2 23 9 50 7 30 a at pit air an 5 30pm 1 710DB. lOpia 10 40 liSOpm 8 55 a m 10 00 a m 1010km 4 10 40 a iu 530pm 20pui 1 woml for xvIoo T.lHt, athand Main. LOl'ISVILLE - KENTUCKY. 7 40 m 1255a 5 10 a m 10 30 p ml ...jJhreT.'piirt Mann Boudoir Budot Sleaplng Cus ou all throuth trains. H COLI.BII AN, Oen'l Frt. JOHN C. OAULT, Oet'l Managor, H. CAKKOLU Ueu'l dupt., Ooneral Offlcea, Ht Paul BullJliK, Weat Fourth Street, One uaatl. Ouio. ID ..i C 15 a m .11125 pm1 3 50 a ui 0 25 a m 12 15 p ml 4 31 p ml u !..... 830pm .Tuscalvoea. 7 40 pm1 ...Akron 5 35pm ...York l.'ve 4 30 p m A'rv Meridian L've .Meridian.... A'rv 400 pm A'rv New Orleans ,L'e 9 CO a m Meridian A'rv 4 00am L've A'rv .Jackson...,. A'rv 10 35 it m 7 25 am .Vlckiburg . . C40ir 4 45 a 8Uac Monroe. .... 2 25 a m 2 45au 955pnt 715pnt 1 55 on. 1010 air It SSOair 3 20ara 835ptK Pass. At JMyf ing on cushioned satin e?at, imagine our selves traveling r. und, in our re.il caarnc-tero- f roynl The Grocer. 1 bn grocer can not take nta I'.'i Or oren CKi reit. Far he's to market while the It's Sleep U . In their nest. He liai to watck wltb all his I't When cuitomeri 8 A To help themselves, or other Y'a The 'a steal bit fine K A Uo makes his profits on his fubllHhcd Titcmtiiumiml Frhtitv -At VJ lI31l A.NNU . CASH. tt understood If we credit that J 1.50 will be ex petted and deusnded. - W. P. WALTON- GEORGE O. BARNES GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE .VUA.IS33 THIS LOUD. l LAWRENCE 1ICF.U, 0, 1S7. e lii-- e jii't el wd a Deak Isteriou: very deep loierwt end h ten aeeline if .lays' sri uirn cf very jxcuHar pleasure in Throughout ibis county sesi of Andeior ibe dear reppie k'te u &ruiri "'("lojme mtl a sycipatrie'ir beuli.i. A'd I don'i mow when I hv p'eaahei! mm won' liberty Trier m rvrond n'l guher-i- n nhai.t tbdoubt, n of bi.mini'v lo wkich all spankers, re ho frt leiili.v nl.iress their ' Tn tuorsl ostirlitinn of feij setmiiiv orib'a audienc Tettts lni irrfliindini. It n' nr ''iiiiKsj up," is one of the vhich I cannot expliir; u m fact thnt uoii ft conditio! h appireat 10 ami atJect- epeatcer, is a3 pumit s th- - oiitiition of an odor, sweet or foul, by fe nlfsctorie. and Well, this accord, between people, wan noticeibls 'roni flr- -t to 'tit In the Liwrenctburi. laeetiOt ; sr.l the dear e appropriate LORD Who Hvy neanF, an Whose salvaip.n U lu strict ac Mr tl a. nee with every law uf the universp, Unown and unknown, ostue in reponsive power to meet t'dn 'willing people," and joured out an abundant hlcdri:. For which we praise II'Qi with love and ersti-lu- de unfeicneJ, Aud I don't know a better ime and phce thin this to xcirnovleda Ihe nenerous gift that marked tneir Rnte fill sen-- e of tor t'ejire to dn then tooi; CRAS ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTS jrhich were a bnintiful a they were deli bstowe,l. Lw I It lately and thotit;hif G W. Jsmeaud eon, J W. Jstiies, wnceburt is thnuehi to be "ttltbe road," hive returned from the city with n Urge and it is 14 miles fmtu anywher: ni in no stock of cirjr goods. place, hi; or little, have we ever had our Tre memtcs of the Good Templar" "labor ' hire" sivt-- i win a truer or more lodje'are arranging a programme for a wu refined gentility than in this sicale to night, Wednesday. Tfnj village. If they drn't deerve a rail-wa- d, The Teachers' Assrciation was well or several of th'n I don't know w.io attended and the exerc'ses were intenatini: oei. and erjoyable, (specially Miss L'llm Tmix-ton'- s And I am happy to report that the re sinairR. protchnf beinc ''off tho road" will be fully Mr. W. R Dillion has been ick with ,iped away early in next yeir Already thefeyer, but is impr-itin- . Miss Mary '.he long streak of clay embankment proJone, the youn girl who was sick at Rsv. claim) the epaedr advent of th iron horse, J. G. Livingston's, died last Friday. whose ''neck is clothe! with tbunder," and Daring the spring and summer seasons whose breath is Sre and amok. The town hoisted of four millinery store', our will b the first rail con but this wiuter we will have only two nection with the throbbinz arteries of trade These will be under the management of and travel that Lawrenceburg has erioyed. Mrs. E. W Jones an! Miss Alice Hsrdin. .'Jaw, eyery dsy, sraat wagons come lata Ere next week closes one of our loveliJerin in and disgorge their contents be. est young ladies will ba married 'o a popu fore the doors cf enterprising merchanta, lar Louisville gentleman. Oar girls are ho seem to be doing a thriving business, rapidly marrying and leaving us, yet we jrith many customer. There is nothing seem still to have an) inexhaustable suplike elagnatiou in the town, but wide-waply in reserve. business energy One Last Monday while little Lee SleutIhing aurpri-e- d mf. Aa you come In on hing was handling a gun lit accidentally !he Harrodaburg pike you pas? a succea-iowent eff, the charge entering the leg of litof private residences that make you tle Jim Sigler, who was standing near by. Palatial man-jio- ns The wound was painful, though not Mare with astonishment. us be two especially that cannot and was attended to by Dr. Pettus, matched in Lexington or Frankfort, so far ho took 72 shot from his leg. wl have seen; and I cannot recti! anyMiss Neville Csrson, of Brodhead. has thing really as fine in Louisville, as one of been the guest of Mrs. W 0 Hinsford, and them. A few timely fires on Main street while here partly succeeded in celling a in the business portion of the town, havo class in decorative ptintiug. Hhe had with cleared away unsightly rowa of hou"ei that her twojufa handsorrely piintel and they perhaps would bave stood for another half were beauties, too, Thcaswho have a taste aentury, and brought forth from (he ashes fjr this kind of work would do welt to went creditable brick blocks of modern Miss Neville, for she is highly qualJtyfe, with all the latest improvement. A ified lo instruct in this branch of art. ire is often fatal to private interep, but We enjoyed the privilege of dinicg always bears on its disastrous bosom of with Mr. and Mm. M, C. Williams at Mrs, lime a ble'eing to the many. Thus "out Kenrely's last Sunday. The table waa laoMbis eater comes forth meal;" but Ihe fir? den with thedeliciciei th tempt the pal-al- e it always oatanir; never a blessing in itcelf and cnarm the eye, and wa heartily en1 distinction often lost sight of, and parent joyed partaking of them. Socially, too, dogma, "Let us do jfthat the day waserj iyab!e and, long will we jvil tholgrod may come." Or, Jesuiticallv cherish it in memory's allium. With sevut "the eed justifies the means " Thus eral ou.er friends we acompnicl tLe re deeds wrought "for the greater glory of youog couple to the dppot and they left on Hod," that devils delight in. Bs not de- the evening train for Ml. Vernon. ceived. Evil Is evil, whatever may come Mr. and Mrs. Grove Kennedy, of Garout of it, And good is good, whatever of rard, have been visiting relatives here. evil aiay spring from it. To "call evil Miss Pattie Stephenson, of Manchester, was jood" bacuie God bring- - good out of it, is the guest of Mrs AV T. Stephenson. Misa teach-incs- ) ihe blunder, aye, crim?, of the false Rebecca Stuart leaves this week for a visit much in vogue I pray my dear Mr. Curtis Qo to relatives in Versailles this devii'a 'rip, si rtatfers ver, a cousin of Mr. Bowen Gover, has Vd, that even the "elect" might been his guest for the past few days. Mr. ftntf into it, if that were possible. Sam Higgins, of Greenwood, who paid a I don't know a sweeter village landicape flying yisit to his sister, Mrs. G. II. King, ene (I an that visible on the Frankfort was accompanied home by his mother, Mrp, The spires approach to Lawrenceburg Rhoda Higgins. Pretty Miss Cleo Wiland housetops peeping out of abundsnt foliams, of Mt. Vernon, spent several days liage are very charming to look upon Ma-j- y with Mi's Nannie Kennedy, &ld friendships deepened and widened, .ad many new ones formed, during the ten d Miss Mary Harmon, a plump, inya just past. God bless the good people young woman of 19, was walking f Anderson. Hanceforth the double pyra through an electric light establishment jiid of blue, with its three symbolic cross-- v with her atiitr.ced. A wire from her bustle will be gladly worn by many true heart-- i had worked through her outer clothing men and women in Lawteaceburg and ing and touched an electric wire at tho moaiclnlty. ment when her hand rested on ajbit of iron, FRANKFORT, OCT 1. completing a circuit. Miss Harmon fell to Our dear friends sent us over the road in the floor paralj zed. Sue had partially reaffection, if a Htyle becoming their generous covered only lo find her hair gray, her and landed us in the Jar aboye our merits, plump form shrunken and her face indica I'apital yesterday at noon I hops it is ting a woman of 65. "written in heaven" how tbey put us into A colored woman in a Georgia town elegant close carriage, because tbeclouda little, behind a splendid pair was making cake the other day and in Areatened a breaking an egg she found a diamond ring f fast steppers, with no demands for toll, any of those unpleasant adjuncts that in it. Oddly enough slia was arrested, tak wr and owned up that she stole .n often mar the pleasure of one's transit, en into court it. There's nothliu so very funny about point in this devil's world. Vera point to lux Jr'". T?V.c!e, rat hecj' e;s:. -- !D;t::it Free I're.a. i.asGll, In 1 uno-piere 1 's ajv-teri- es pr-rh- er u-- 1 the "childreu cf our Heavenly K n,?" And is it not true that "the world knoweth us not, because it knows Him noi?' Ooce in a while, here and there, a "little tlock" peaetralei the disguise and treats the Mia ter and Hi? followers accordingly. Bat for the mo't put the recognition in There is no incog, like it. a scant one And I must siv, the roral ptrties themselves are largely to blame for it; for it would need "sixth sense" to deecern the blue blood in some of us Ah,-- mi! Why do not all "princes of the blood" have princely ways, I wondei? No sight co unsightly as royalty in rajs and with the manners and methods of a "gutter snipe," Frankfort is lovely in thisOstober weath er, and refilled by the recent rains. A city wi.h a sightly river limning through it is ever charming. And this is not the, inky Thames or the turbid Ssim but the Of cmrse all cilirs of cleur Kentucky thi rharacier begin on one bank an then oveitl hvhI upon the n'hcr South Frunk-for- ', within easy memory, vas a cultivated farm Now it is ti e residence of many of th." ie uf Capital ociety and full of pretWe are on the ty vitlss and coltiges. aoii'h s.d., Mamuia and I, cues: of Jugge on the north, at Craddook. The girl-ar- e hospitable mansion of the brothers thf Hvcii',x" nobilt ralrum, if ever the Liin had meaning We are most ch.trmingly en ertained C)jr fir.t mseiiog was i the our h tse, la-- t ntht, hich did not hal' hold our commodioiH ha is its fine auditoWe are to have the Opera II .use rium Sunday night. Troupe of other soits than ours claim their share in it and w have to takt- - our t'irn there a we can get U. The sympathy here is unmistakab'e. The wtlcoiue ns heuty and pintnneom as one could asK. The way the' children one and all stluie us on th street is very touching. Ble's the little one-- ! Toeyarenot theologian' and rnly have hearts. Woul I that others might become ' as little children" to rec-iv- e the TRUTH Geo. O. Bakn&s. F.rer in Jesus, -- p'roiHgs inco. Fr ar- - T'i, V Wltb sugar mixes S And RilnJs wltb cottee lota of Or N K thlri(cat baml. s, Golden Specific. It rvi I e tit n In nciipntcolTeoor tea with out tin kiinwi. ti;. id tho porson taking It la iihsxlutcl) ti.iniili".a mill will ctlect u ierma-in-l- it ami apcetlv cure, ultetlier tho rmtlentlsa motlcrato drinker or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of drunkards have been made tern peratomen !mli;to taken (lolden Hpeclfle In their coffee without their know ledge, and lioliptQtlipy milt drinking of their own free will IT NKVKIt KAILS, Tho satem once Impregnated with tho Specific It becomes an iitlirtiiioMiwlit rorthenqiiornppplltoto exist. I or full particulars, address (101, DKN SPKCIKIC CO., 183 Knee St., Cincinnati, O, y Drunkenness or tho Liquor Habit Fosltlvely Cured by administering Dr. Haines' ssiip. VMM ilw ran pJm " ais - 'JJ ! 219 to 227 W. Joilorson, 220 W. Market, IdOUISVIIiL-E- , KY. Those who like to save money should not tail to give us u trial. Truly the wonder ol' this century. "HONEST, SQUARE DEALING" IS THE PAIR'S MOTTO. Slow pavers ho must not X U's ltecause. In K C he trust, With all the caution be may U'i tiurola IheN V to bust. When for a man he cuts 11 AblgPCwIllweliifa, It's mouldy with D Li And wrtp It ere the buyer Vt K. Wall Paper, Moat crery one tho grocer O'a Hut if lie's V Z ho will Shut down on each dead I) T be kLowi And have no M T till. from an isquire to Chief Justice. While some of Birbiurville's oldest cm ztn luay be c un "' f th fac, there ro doubt es many younger onif who do mt t oncu the hnm of know that their tosru the present Unief J.itic of the V nted States. The Itttif Tuie ilvel!in sitin; immediately bshtnd Mr. J tuies Gibs,.!.'-stor- e served a the othce of Dr. Ssm V. Mi1 ler for more tha i ons or vtr' Cmef e t Stmuel F Mili-- r cirn Bir bourvil'o in ab iti' la3S 9 au opens! an for thf ofilceat the pi ice above purtwe of prioiicnu uidioiue. Dur.ng the four or five yers next S'lccrvding he deyottd hiui-el- f to the sindy and practice of law as wed, an I, t uiiiirite, chief justice oi fie co intv court ol Knox couniy for cojik yers. He uiirried a Mi Bslleiiger, of Knox coimu, and in or ab mt a 3 or ili jetri H ISIS movel Wsof age at the tun- In the study cf law, hayio. I truly acoievui iirtch siiclsi II- - w Rppoiniml lo a as a physlClnii on ttie Sopieuia Biitc l b' Ali'Hhnu L n nu I is m w colli wt.ile a rel len uf I i uf ibe iraiidrst nwiiuli on Chlel Jui-tlcthe earth. - Nes w-- Furniture, 'TOrjwt Stanford. Biftfflss n? Oases, Caskets, Robes, Fullancl Coinploto Stock of the above aud prices as low as tho lowest. lo d B. EC. WEARESltf, Ju-ttc- 1 pnoi n p n a inarvl i.l I'.irtlj jw ter r.nr r varten Mure econoiuU) atreugth idJ vholeaoiueueM. olc than the onllnarr kitnli, nui can nut . .ihort with the luiiltltuile of low euiufetlton weight alum or phoptiftt paw.ler. SolJaul Is cum. UoVal Dakiko I'owdk. I'e, 106 Wall titrwt. New Vorr . Thlit ll7vl tl lint INTDEJXV- - iFURNITURE JfACK IIlrFlI ATV, 'lropri-lir- STOKE . ! - tn-a-ii Taken up by the underside! a Stccft which thf. owntr sti set by pn.Tlnn pi.ipertf nl IyiiiK f.ir this notice and other chargs. It las steor aoxxxica.. :(, e un saiutd at $ii It V. II It Wl XT, Nrar Hanging I uric lluJki1 J TftH Rev. ays: ti e Me'ropoliisn & n Methodist churcr, in the coui-- e ' hi" .l sTVMtlllli, KI.MI CKI. Siindav, in the Citcsgo An archisu now iiimer eetnecc of dea'h in Well Drillers and Pump Adjuster!. lantiinifc th nt i lioiifd uppUu-- r from his csrH'clli Drl'led to otdr and . nap. fjruilihtJ heirer . "I'nvcr uoe up 'Oilay,'' eaid ifis-- t f at lactory prices. r iy tie Bihe, "for ab"ilu'f liber y. ble, tear down the c lurches ex le the pis-tor- A Washington epoial Dr. Nswmin, pitor f cer-mo- G. A. IJKXKDICT CO., liiiyc on IihiiiI a luruc nntl Nclect Hue of Furiil. Will Iur mid I'nilurliiknr'M JooIh. ly prlcK ulll hi; un low ii niicIi UhmIm uii bo liotiiclit lu Hit (lllfN. .tvti ino n irlal mill joii tlll hu cumliiceil llial I luivvr than lliu Iumc-ni- . nl-.ti.jhi-1- 1 ref-rri-- l s, out-of-t- be Coti'il any abolish the Stbbtlh. America!) citzb have anncipa ed ten years ago s ich n hd'aic" Would the American citiz n ieu years aao have foremen c t u c themselyes told that Moiilii si, n and good cilizMf sol ciiri-itm- .s circulate n pe'iti.n. f.ir tin- - (isidon of tho'e whose hand' irr red l h itif blood of the and defenders of tie eers of ill puhlic safetj'' W'mi is liar re o' this anar cb? tnis foul, revolu ionary movement of miserable, cowardly wrrioies wiio i.tighl to means have been hunj I m .t ? L'h-rt- v absolute lib. r v ha no obedience to plsce in this land.Hiid ihu'r wriu come lo us from abroad should understand that for thofe who yell f r niluie liberty and il practices, we hve the durgtcn, it e gallows or exile." lo-dt- ty oe Notice of Incorporation C M. ( d ! la; , . ':JsV-- i (itlenhHio, l.lneoln rounty. Ky. Theuatureof the business to be transacted Is V ta, tooiganlie, establish and matutaln a Christian Church of the Lutheran Con eg' Ion of thet rrofets n the work of Ou.1 as It Is tail down and explaltied In the symbolic look, of Concord. ise, lu tbe enlargfl Augiturg Coolesslon and the suialbr Cettechliui of Lutber, and a .N.bo.l House and CVmetiry. stock shall not 3. The amount ol capilal sbK-OtlSw on aster street i ext door r Ipts-IUOl less than J ss) nor more ihan IMj0, divided. Jot'H.HALOSCe Offlre sours Iroui 8 lo II Into shares ol SS each, atxl shall be paid lu lurh si, and I UjI r, u, Anesthetics itdtntnlstorvd wi--: as tbooltivrs if the church may diinstallments Trie utid'rtlgrt.l, John Karl J hn KoeW, Cliss i;DKln, AJaiu ."plflhe'r rrnllip Antonl an I isliil ibeiniH.lr Kuhr hate lofether uo.l-- r the name and itsls to become incoriorat-of the Uertnui I.TsngeMi Luiheraa Kiuaauel ( uf Oiunheuu, l.lneoln c.uaty. Kentucky, and its prlitlpal tilae uf iranwrllu; bust-ias wilt hs DIl. W B. -s- PENNY, KiiiltM'U Htnntord - T i, 'i. -- '' i. MOTHER! B ke, n The coloration shall commence on the 1st day ofreptuuN'r, 1HS7, aLd termlcate on .ttc 1st day of September. l'Ji. 5. ThealUlrsof this corporation shall be by a mlnlsttr, arecictary, a cashier, who trusie'S, and two other irusteee, shall be elected, first, on tho 1st Saturday lu who shall hrptemlier, I8S7, and thcreafier on the W P.i- - (tut of tl e most Capt. J day In January of each year. widely kinwn o' trie ant' he lum Ohio and 6. Ths highest amount of Indehtrdneas or liabilany Unit this ity to Mississippi n'enabonnini, died n subject which shall corporation shall at bs JO0. Itself of the members of this 7 Tbe private property Louisvil'e Tuesdv sgel 7.) vi,rs. corporation aball lie exempt Iroin Ha turpoiatc I. 1 rect. neceatarv 194-l- HAKES X Orand Combiiialioii INTERIOR Anl tbe I f i h SJ l )eh THE JOURNAL QS A hhonld bo nsetl a fctv months before conflcetacs. S.nd for book 'To Motutn," nulled tre lliunruin Iti(.rr.4T a C At acta, Ga I) nor out. tills Weekly Courier- - .lounml One year for only 8.1-t- wu more than the ,dan-gero- tkt& 8. Thlscorporatlon shall bave all the power, rights and privileges provided fcr by cnapter R" olthetitnieial Htatutes of Kentucky, Title. Iorjr-porate- debts. pirs prlicoi one lor u. o pat-rosi- AST! Mexican Mustang Liniment Sciatica, Lumbago, Rheumatism, By paying us sou will ree lvc ,r m Companies. your home psH-- r Kraled Compatde. Ine ltb the ('uitrier-ioume reprew-niatlvJ This corporation desires and Intends to be new.pape' "' PisSouli rai organic union with the Merman Kvan for a lurid lor revenue only and trie Icaud Into gellc Lulheran byriod of the Slate ol Iowa and brightest hnd ablest Uiui'v s'rfk'y iu the I 'ted lo rxami te a s ip.r hall be governed by the resolutions and rules ol Mte. Those who ileslr dlsclplluoprtscrlbed tbirebr, wbei the same are copy of tha Cotirlet.JjurnsM jo ,1 so at tun ihre not Inconsistent with tbe Constitution and laws of Kentucky. . Ulteuheliu, Lincoln co., Ky., Aug. W, is f .1011 S CAHL. OTTO K I'll It. Minister, Ji.HN KOi'HKK HPIKI.lihltOLIt ADAM, CIIA- rillLLlP ANTON n y; '! H. Itl.UHr u-t- ral "illlH'-t.rll-'- r Shortest and Quickest Kouto from KentucKj to all Point North East, West nnd Soutbwrit Fast Line llet.i,. C. HouiSVUlt tifwAlBSSrxCH'CS.ORfv i.s:xi.(.ito.n irt V .Nci.port Nous - .MissUhliipi Valley Co. ll'l.. i I A NEW FAST MAIL iKi, r aV i . CHESAPEAKE & OHIO ! Pullman Cars and Solid Train To WaflhinRton, Richmond Old Point Comfort IM I.Ol IsVI Isl.K ) Sim VI VCIW.lTi i Through thiols and tuggsg rue kil ' 4l ilestlnallon rrarhel bv s railroad l'er lull iun il! oi anr eeat ul ioiohT,or i). A.ri.ri.h) ii y. It. moiwk (itn.l'iu-- . Agtfut, Trav. l'as. Ageui II. CovlnglKii, K jict '.. 'rte r. K HUNTIM.T'IN' (.LiiHrl i nli r (.. liio(ton. lUlver. Civgun.Ky I. EAST at d THE HOST LUPID SERVICE . M y BKS BciTKI.. 1 cunBS Scratches, Sprains, ' Contracted Muscles, Strains, Stitches, Eruptions, I Burnri Scalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Bunions, Corns, StitfJoinU, Backache, Galls, Sores, Spavin Cracks, n cun-flio- giy Hoof Ail, Screw Worms, Swinney, Saddle Galls, Files. THIS COOD OLD STAND-B- Y accomplishes for every bodr exactly what Is claimed forlt. Oneof tho reasons for tho great popularity ol tho Mustapg Liniment Is found In Its uulvrrsril nppllcubllltr. Everybody needs such a medicine. The Lumberman needs tt la case uf accident. rosy-cheeke- Tho Ilounovllc needs It for general family ue The Cnunler needs It for hts teams and hUmT rW Tho .aiccniiulc needs it always on hU The HIlncrneedltlncaeof emer,sncy. The l'loncorneedslt can'tKetalongwlthout li The I'arincr needs It In hU house, hU tabln. The HtenmbimtmnuorJhe lloiitmiiii Tho Horst-fnncl- I ench. v u men it ver attempted b tweet. m gresi t. leson theOhl. HI ver ami f hlviiil" and brre the lailtwt time and moi t tmlor eine trains i,e tween all iwltits In South, or t . Hie tl'rst To LouiBvillo and Cinoinnati, aud SovlhiiVHt theIhe ran ofihta train liui-Limit-i'(- f Is di.i oiiitnslel on all trunk Connrctlons direct fur all points In tho rtirteuperi nt'llti il '.rj em. TbiH Wylj plor slvie pstrons t'llllmlti1)! Comovt. hM Cousin 'llikei OIIUm hi the M.'illl IHamtuiiiM '.i WAt West.NortH-WesUSouth-We- st you wil nnd our time tables and tickets ay Jlo-noiHi el) Ket ,?miiis aud stick lo Molina, if you want In s.i vr money and have a pb's.ant jourNo, I -- aNl h O McCOltMIlK, , No.4 '87. INKFKECTSEI-T30r,Islly ney, Oeneial I'ssrener Ajjent. Coics'V Hally. Ex. fun. . I'ilyllckei Agents and Olbccii Proprietor l Doterminoa tnnt I,', A. lkikNkK, 227 Ith Ave.. IjuLvllio Ky. it Shall be Second to no Coautrv Cincinnati, o lW V tie 7 30 p ji fi M.a m I. M, 'Iohnk.nck, Lve Uulsvllle Hotel in the State in iti Fare, 11 Ma w J ' P Arr Ixlngtoo Appointment!, or Atten' White Hulphur .Springs... 12 00 n'n 5 10a m " CharloltsvillelV M Junct) 3 10 p m II 40 a m tion to Comfort of 8 10pm :150 pm "Itlchmond their Qneite 0 35pm ' Newport News 7 00 p m ' Old I'olnl Comfort pxu J 9 "Norfolk Haastaae will h conveyed lo ana Imui I ae 9 0 I' i" 8 Ji p iu ' Wsshltiglon free of cbarge, Hpeclal arromroudatl oa II 25 p in 11 M pin 'Haltlmore to Commercial Travelers. The liar will J 00 s m U DO s tn " Philadelphia always sapplled wltb the eheleost 20 a mG 20 a n. ii i;ey, York "rsndsofLluworsaad i I. .r WEST 'ii AiVFOttO. t Ihf rks -- l, Old alia riimwu tiotol Still Roputiituiu Iti l. fr. and his stock yard. cr needs It In liberal supply afloat end ashore. needs It- -it H hi best i'-- i! friend and safest reliance. The Htoclurowor needs It- -It will saa him thousands of dollars and a world of trouble. The Kill IrnaUiunil needs It and will need It so long as his life Is a round of accidents and dangers. Tho Ilncltwoodainnn needs It. riiero Is notli. day. Ing like It os on antidote for tho dangers to llfo, No, 0. dally from Asb'and to CM f ion I orge. limb and comfort w hlch surround the pioneer. UAlIy except, Duuuuy iiom uaiiuiicsviiia iv w,u among Tho Mr re limit needs Itabout his .toro Sleeping Cars on all through tralr. rullmsn lit employees. Accidents will happen, nnd when .,, I .. f n, (. Lliui.ii.til.. lnnA K7. fn Jll UU1U1U1U11 ciruiuaiil'. ir.ir '"uu' nr. theecomotlie Mustang Liniment Is want, d utonce. day. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and '"fcatur-da- y of tho Keep u Unit lulu till) lluuav. Tl ZZZ: at 7;00 - M lorNewYoik ic'iiomy For Tickets, Hales Information, etc., apply at - III tliol'iicloiy. lis Immediate Ticket oMite or address Krrp" ltollliuse lu cuso of accident ives pain and loss of wages. W, '. m 1 lillAM, ii v rsis.s.r.st. Oen'l I'sss'r Agl. 2d V co President, Keep n liottlu Alttav- - In the --Mublo tor V Louisville, Kv ll'thmocJ, W u-s- t v .i.itvsTpant Hnndav. between Old I'olnt Norfolk and While bulPhur. The train arriving until at White eulnnur on oaturuay lays I0:10i. M. Hunday night. K o. 'A, dally except Sunday. Tbe train leaving Louisville and Cincinnati on Saturday runs nnly arriving there eunday at i.MO a. to Clifton Forge, ... .. SHUI inriUK orci t.nlll UlAmtaV ut 7.Hll A II I. -- I... U, uoin -- ! "run dally except that they do not K08. 3 and 4 runbetwoen Itlchmond and Old I'olnt n on Hunday Wo. o leaves llicnmonu uany eiu-iItuns lietween Clifton Forgo and Ashland. Con neetaat Ashland lor Columbus dally except fun- - BEAUTIFULLY or This Hncnzino portray Antcri-rn- n thought and lb from ncciin In ocean, i filled with tiuro litcrntnro. nnd enn bo safely welcomed In any family circle. PRICE 2Bo. OR $3VftAR BY MAIL 1 1 ILLUSTRATED. liifih-clnss WALTON'S OPERA BTaNFOUD. HOUSE, ky. WALTON BROS. i . Proprieto'8. Sample Copy of currtnt number malltJ upon c7pf of 15 ctt.; bach numbtrt, 75 cfs. r. Hlseof Stage, 2nx50. KUht comiWute sets ol cen ary. Beating capacity, Including gallery, Oo. e.Ueasnnable rates tn koo.1 attrarilnnr Address: ririiilmii l,lat sslth rlllier. & SOW, B. T. BUSH PuMIshers, . V. 130 Ar 13a I'earl St., WEm ctuit Blrlcwrt. SHVQeirioli.l nB rr" IIAY3V I TO S not ul wSm ""Jooibih, IjjllriuCLtzUtlCi; al,ait lia bs.ivvn .stitfsttl n. Alc.lt X I.I.I. Soil I'T r.rufzlltl, ViLt 11.00, knunlourrlnorrli i and t.Uet. Wa l.m ml I cnU lr. rv.ry yourtl Tre enr tUlly rpioramtn stthrl,, 1 r.m.tir .! it L Clnclnnstl.BJBBii llu.lnn. N. 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