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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886061101 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 1886 $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. i j:..i"J JWi, . HAsv Semi VOL. XIV. Vk & Ml etunr lamffiai NO. 132. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1886. GASH? Owing to the depression in teide and our heavy buying, WE HAVE TOO MANY GOODS ON HAND For this season of the year, so for We offer our entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Wall Paper, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Clothing at PRIME COST for the CASH only. Please remember that when we say Cost we do not simply mean a reduction in prices, but what the goods actually cost us in the markets. Respectfully, Now is your chance to buy. OTTOlt ft flUIS. The Ntw WtitntssLaw. And what is the fuss concerning of, any ernors being appointed in England by the H. K. TAYXOB, ! 1. Be it enacted by the General Aaiem-bl- y Imperial government, the rest, in the main, way? It Is a child's quarrel over the conOr LOO AN COUNT V, Is a Candfdstefnr the office of tho Commonwealth of Kentucicy: No to be build are elective by the people m with us. And tents of an imaginary mud-pi- e n to snnounco to hti ofSuperlntendent of 1'uhllc Instruction, aubjict The editor Is to tbe Democratic State Coarentlsn. Praiso the Lord. God Is Love and Notli although the names are awTsrent, the form ed in the summer when they go to the person shall be allowed to claim as a wit- readers that Mom D. Plume, who wrote Dr. Bourne's lunnr advertisements, la dead. The tog Elie." unless he hss been large monies paid blm (or writing thli column is substantially that of Cd Kagland, after country to visit a lot of cousins who don't ness in a felony brought on sollenlngol the brain and he died of which our own was modelled, making due exist. It is an old maids' rquabble over summoned or recognized in the case. too much smartness. 1 fivuwcv, Nhw Booth Wxi.ru. Dr. Bourne Is determined, howarer, to give his allowance for the altered circumstances. the dresnes they would have worn at their I 2. Any person who has been summoned MT. VEBNON, KY. Australia, April 7, 1880 J customers tbebeneiltof this Urge salary in prices. Dear Intkiizoii: Your readers (and A Governor, tin Upper House and Lower weddings had somebody been fool enough or recognized as a witness in a felony case, Besides selling This old and Hotel Is still maint'ner r many) who will not bo further Houe corstltule the slnipitt law making to court them before the milk of human and fails upon tbe calling of the case to Medicine, Fancy Articles, Toilet Goods, ilu-si- c taining Us fine reputarlon. Charges reasonable. shall not thereafter be allowed to machinery. The States of Australia are kindness had curdled in their withered Merchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, Special attention to ths sravelteg'publlc. thn the languid perusal ol three If lleis,Jcicelry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing lacUe. 31. 1'. NBjrcomi, Pro'r, and who do not cue to lake trouble in con- called Colonies as ours nw wore. When bssoms. It is n dispute between a persim claim as a witness in that case. The fail Sponges, Knha, Paper, Blank Books, UU Veraon, Kr. Bulling a map, or who perhaps hare not the inevitable inter colonial federation of mon trve which never bore any fruit and ure to appear shall be noted of record. Stales, Avtmunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mit-e- d 3 Etch witness, immediately after he the future Ukes place, It Mil he the "Uni- a short poln which couldn't have reached one at hand to consult, tnuet needs he proPaints, Brushes, Varnishes PIANOS AND ORGANS. ted Colonies of Australasia," or soiiething a periimmoa if tho tree had been bending testifies, shall, in open court, claim his pay; everything kopt in a vided for he a sirl of general postiu;: up Dru titore, all of bewhich claim may be allowed by the court to that idee. At present shay are what down with ripe one. It is a law-suwnicn is new, irnsn ami superior, ne nas on of the land" out hen; that unto the "laj band a Ilachelor, and will furnish Mewrs. 8. B. A L.J. Cook are Agents for tbe any sood looktn e ladr who deals with him with John Cbnrch A Co. Pianos an l Organs, which emder circumstances of deeper Interest would we would have been had the Confederacy tween tho desert of Sahara and the Dead and noted of record. choice of tho lot. Watch this column for list of brace the following most azceUwit Instruments.1 1. Wten a witness haateetified, he shall Sea about a peck of shelled oats for next A Hon and be unnecessary. Knowinc how very vague not been a "lost cause," a number of Knabe A Co., Harellon Bros., names, or call at . Everett I'lano. Also, Cloagk A Warren and tbe It is a conginjr. match be discharged from the case, unless tho Atwith infinite fealoimiea that year's sosding-tlmemy own idea were before t einj: for uiysslf, John Cburcb A Co. Organs. Tbaia Instruments torney for the Commonwealth, County At- Bourne's New Drug and Book Store. are most excellent In too, of great durability and numberless between one fallow who got to be Govern1 will tick to general Items that would hamper orery step of prornsa; we defy conpetltlon. All of utoo. are warranted local Interests, selfishly clung to, instead of or and wishes he hadn't and another fel- torney, or defendant shall in writing, state for five years. Iteferenem: A. K. Penny, Mrs. bare helped ml to a Utter understanding A. NEW E. M. Carbenter, J. M. Philip. J. M. Mooro and of thli wonderful country, had some other being generously laid upon the altar of the low who wishes he could be Governor and that he believes tbe vi ness will thereafter James Beazley, Stan'orl; Mrs. Msg;io Holmes, good; and increasing rasp and fric never can, It is a cat tight between lomtuy, be needed in the care. Orchard; (len. W. Buggy & Implement House. CrabHuffman, LancuCr, J. Louiinu and Miss Ida-ti- e newipaper correspondent been doing my common Ky. 5 When a witness has failed ts appear, Misses Bote Blchards and BUa Karaiey, assispresent work, and I at home reading Lit tion that may result in jasthiiin ver ee the jstlous husbind, and Tommy, the unsuc tant agents. riouslfnot speedily allsyed by mutual oetuful lover, on the bick fence after Tab-h- in obedience to summons or recognizance, contributions I will In a few days ojxn a had gone to camp meeting with tile he may file an affidavit stating that his abFirstly, then, understand that this migh- concession and an agreement to a wiee fed Lino of Agricultural Implety continent it just a young United Slates eration. I think there are many of us, who Presiding Elder need I say that Simon sence was on account of sickness of him- Full ments, self, or family, or unfavorable accident, as I Bolivar Bnckner is the Presiding Elder? and soul "Southerners" of America in nearly everything except re. were heart Durham-Kno- tt war. then the court in its discretion may allow With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting hellion against tbcir old mother in the Brit once was when it was a barnlng question, Falcou on the Machines at the head. Alio a him to claim: Provided, no witness shall sometime the young giant in the terrible days we ean osror forget iib Isle; and A private in the army receives $13 a pay for any term which he Full Line ot Buggies and Wagons of the Orient talk dangerously like the peo who yet can say, "Thank God the cause month for the first two year'; $1 per month be allowed any ! I wnsikfBH pie who brewed a mizhtr cup o' cold tea we loved 'not wUely but too welt' did not in addition for the third year of enlistment, fails to attend. Always on hard. In connection with my Im I 6. This act shall take effect from its in Boiton harbor over a hundred year ago. succeedl" plement uusineu, i win ieu carry a ?2 per month for the fourth year of enlistWell, without an offensive meddling in ment and $3 per month for the fifth year of passBge. Ai our "cabby" in Melbourne preTiously id aawMr.iiil Coiupleto Stock of Lumber, Approved March 15, 1SSG. referred to ai a doucbty politician eald, these colonial politics, I can only aiy that enlistment. Should be be promoted to corBoth rough and dressed. Trices on everything as with an omlnont shake of the head, when I wish, as brethren who bve a tnmmon poral he will receiye 515 per month, with To have paid tbe principal of the debt destiny, they would soon drift past this un- additions named above. Should he be made in 1S65 as it stood then in flour, at the something the present Low us auy oue. UsHsBisH.idsikr HH he referred to tIHF government wai doing that he didn't easy childhood of prsotical separation from a sergeant, he receiyes $17, with the above price flour was then, it would haye requir I solicit a share of your patronage. Ueapectfully, the New each other end agree to beoaoie the "U cited additions. like, in the matlcr cf Birond these grades, in the ed 273.150,000 bsrreli. To have paid the J. H. TtltCCE. fsraTCHMHHH&Ljr 4STA Slates of Australasia," with one of the line of the army, he can become a first ser- principil in 1885 en it stood then in flour, Hebrldee to France: "You eee.elr, w' git'.Jn' too big to allow that sort of thing to Queen's sons as President, and tho tie be- geant of a com piny with a pay of $22 at the price flour was then, it would have go on." "Do you mew," I asked, "that tween "Mother Country" and the vigorous par month and additional piy for length of required OHIO HY In other 33, 178,000 birrels. you are ready to cut the painter?'1 ''Ob, ofl shoot indefinitely strengthened. Then service He can be made Sergeant Major words, it would take 110,000,000 more bar no, e'r," he answered, an if the very ques- the Imperial Government could atlord to with $23 per month. Ia addition to all rels of flour to piy the balance of the prinKentuclcj'ti Konte East tion gave him a painful etart; "we do not make the Governors of the different States this he receives rations, clothing, bidding, cipal of the debt now than it would to have voa as tho people generally wish thtm medicines and medical attendance. Should paid it in full in 1865. want to cut loose, but then they've no bus elective, It would take 1,- - Washington, Philadelphia and Intra in be & doin' thinca for ui that we to be. So I am credibly Inrurmed. Ntjw York. be save during his service, by deposits with 303 000,000 bushels of corn more now to Tho diOerent colonic, or .State, of this the Psymseter, the Government will give The only line running ought to settle for ourselves" And he piy the balance unpaid than it would to went on growling, like the John Bull that mighty dependency of the British Crown him 4 per cent, per annum on such savings. have paid the whole in 18G5 It would TUIiLMAN NEW SLEEPING GARS are five in Australia; vis: W. Australia, S. At the end of thirty yeara honorable ser- take over 700000,000 more bushels of he wt, at Lord Granville. AND Australia, Victoria, New South Walee and vice as a eoldier he is placed upon the re- wheat to pay it now than then. say for the benefit of your I will just Labor SOLID reader that the "painter" ia the Queensland. Further divisions of thsee, in tired list, and suould he have been prudent Tribune, Pittsburg. MOM tow-roby which a email boat ii kept some cases, unwelldy States, will doubtless with bis savings ho will find himself reLouisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ej. The total annual cost to tbe Government to Washington Oity, following the larger one. "Cutting the spring out of future settlements, as popula- ceiving an income ample for all his needs, of the 716 men employed in the United Connecting In the unit depot with In the coloaice, i the expressive tion increases; but these are the present and will b; able to live in comfort when he painter," States military bands is $209,733 In ad Fast Trains for Now York. The Bucket Pumb & Water phrase for eeyering the connection with the governments. In addition to these five, are is old. The Direct Route to dition they receive from the savings of the ia often Tasmania, (known formerly as Van Dei-m- i "Old Country." Of course this Mr. Gladstone was defeated in the House post bakeries and from subscriptions and Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk and all Virginia Purifier n's Land) New Zealand and Fsejeo. and North Carolina Points. Is an improvement on any Patnpor h'evator yet talked about among the restless oner, but of Commons by a vote of 541 to 311, en a outside earnings enough to bring their to-tlull ufalrand asto Invented. Ths cups For tickets and turther Information, apply The.o eight colonies or States have each juit let me eay hero, once for all, that the cending full of wster, circulates th sir from botBill to a ordering the Home-rul- e your nearest ticket office or address W. W.MonSecretary receipts up to $296,721 a governor, appointed by the Crown; but in motion astom to top of cistern or well, removing wiggles, roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. painter will never be cut. Bcriptuie t square water bugs, and rendering th wa rr pur removsecond reading. It was the siys that the musicians are trained W, O. WICKHAIf, II. W. FULX.KB, ing all color, bad uste or smell. 1 bli Pump has tute me of thlr; the tame that tells me local matters are allowed the most liberal vote ever taken in the British Parliament soldiers, anl for Oen'l Faas'r Ag't. 2d Vice President, an Improved chalo; no links to get twitted: each that reason a valuable part Blchmond. Virginia. that Manaaaeh (U 8, A ) wat to be "loit" self government and ought to be yery hap- upon a question of justice to a people who cup Is soldered pprmanently, and Ids rad ol a link, of the army. a Hat piece ol galvanized Iron Is tul Do not to the mother country, through the blun- py. Once in a while a blundering official have suffered the ills of bad government for purchase a pump until you see this Very reepecimlly, dering tyranny that forced her inte separa- gets into the Imperial Cabinet who medTechnically, more than three centuries. . (I. OKiCJINH. tion. But the rent In our tribes will go no dles too much and frsts the colonists, but the result yesterday was a victory for the For my Melbourne cabby it the the home polioy as a rule is most wisely opposition, but actually it was a victory for further. .a- USD OHIO W representative of these "young ilont of considerate of the feelings of the touchy Ireland. Home rule is nearer of attainTaHhlah." They will growl, oncoand again; young giants, who are "gittln' too big" (as ment now than was reform in 1S2S, or free and to hear them you would think they cabby says) to be managed in any other trade in 1810 nearer than emancipation in Thedlrect through line and old established routs from would soon be angry enough to fear and way, says on tlje conciliatory plan. I trust America in 1861. Thtre will N a .dissoIS WARRANTED to euro Fever and K Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonii Ague, Intermittent or Chill FoVer, is the undy- I am not giving offense to aay one by tryrend. But under it all there WWa lution of Parliament, and appeal to the Fever, Dumb Ague, Hlllous Fever, and all points in the West. England, and the sense ing to make things a little plain to the ing pride in Old Dengue (or "Hreak-bono- " Fever), Liver is eminently country. The British public Two (2) Dally Trains from Louisville to St. Lonts. Complaint, and all diseases arising from and dignity of being part and parcel of a readers of the Jntemou. "I hope I don't conservative. It approaches reform grad Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati Malarial poisons. intrude," said Mr. Paul Pry. So tay I, to St. Louis. mighty empire and the firm purpise to ually, but once attained, the grip is ylse "Harpers, S. C, 1884. Only 10 hours from Louisville and Cincinnati bear well a part in carrying out the "mani- but one Is bound to have &a opinion about like, and the day of a happier era tor Ire to tit. Louis. "For eighteen months suf-cre- d Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan race, that what one moves in the midst of; and here fest destiny" of the Anglo-Saxo- n Louisville land has dawned at last. with Chills and Fever, got a Through Slooping Car will keep them loyal subjects to the glori- is mine, as modestly expressed as I can ut- Times. con-fehaving Chills every other day. ous Quean thoy all revere and love and ter it. As a warm Anglo Israelite I From Cjnclnstl f)St. Louli. This is all that Judge Darhatn says in re that I haye deeper interest in oy After trying various remedies obedient subject to "the best government llnerunnlng "uyermoat Raxfa of tnonee to Gov. Knott's last letter and recommended to euro, u,sed (i The tyranny J CO ISO., lstbeonlv the world has even Mn." 1116 O Ar TUT through from Louisville bottle ofAyer's Ague Cure, and and Cincinnati to St. Loiils, all other routes belag will never be the earth" and wish them well more hearti- it it enough: "I think ills evident to all of George Hid' government mad up of a combination of small roads. thinking persons that you were very anx have never since had chill. repeated. But for ibat unbearable rule of ly than would otherwise be the case. The Ohio A Mississippi Railway runs Palatial ioua to have an opportunity to try and ex EDWm HARPER." Steeping Cars en night trains; Luxuriant ParrCOHTINPKD HgXT U9DK.1 0 the "iron rod" AbkJo would today iave plain and apologies to the people of Kea PBEPASKD BY lor Cars on day trains: Klrgant Day Coach-e- s A poultice of salt and the whife of an beea what I hope and trust she taay'jet be on all trains. Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maw. Direct and close connections .ere mads In UNION t obedient child of a egg is a most powerful resolvent, and if tucky for your miserable administration of the eldest and If you think you of Governor, and DEPOTS with diverging line by thsO. A H. Sold by all Druggists. pjoud Mid kapwr mother, We are too arro applied in time will disperse a felon. Salt the office Railway, thus avoiding troblesoms tatlifactorlly, or that an in rfers by other routes. and busy in "getting on" to give heed to and cider vinegar will cure obstinate cases have done so TV Kant itm s ft'Htr! ftam atrM.riaHa.Um .I'll t. win wtM It U sittuaI Sttitt telligent pnblic does not tee and recognize Ths Ohio A Mlpiaalppl Railway Is ths only line , .MmuUUtf .tpMt4f.it prtol,l. lb. Ihnw these latest claims ,01 blooa na ainareo, of dlarrloea. A solution of salt will relieve between Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louts , ft ( i rMtcl.f th.v.rlr'moririaffMifb. aoS tUn you are poweeted of a J under one management, running alt its fust now. tittl national sorrows, lust ahead pain in bruises. Jpqual parts of strong salt your motive, then Ii (hnT.irUi.HlMK.Mtu. Itimfial i.iln wWa.ml(ii i mi trains through solid and In consequence mi. Intk. m.ll.l. VK Hi, nMlsf tsw. temperament. It ia apparent you I til. 'i ,!t.lf ttUeU.pr Bouts be will force us to "consider our wave," and water and spirits of camphor applied to the fortunate is recognlied First-ClaMl'l Mt.rLa. rM!b.t. RHMr OV SSlf Oni &VB tween inose lines. Country" teetb is a cure for toothache. Salt will felt a great necessity tp make an explana- I will itsllrr Ice to regular customers. In Stanford Mju.ii hr vtUtkfcW, H3. t.m.J fttS Cict, Cmpv then -- we will Cod that "Mother Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for and vicinity every morning at iM.fi! rith .t iMiptit .f check bleeding of the lunge when other tion, which of itself shows your knowledge f.ir Jr.tftitrtTll. l',li"Wi.lu.V.Il. AM TATLQK, Atlanta,fric, full particular ras to rates, time, maps, clroulsrs aid "Fatherland" are not mere meaningless remedies fail. Salt ia a remedy in catarrh, g. WALTER A. H. or any 4?s,rsd of your failure to meet the expectations of Oue Cent Per P?cuugL depth of signification phrases, M bT in, tiiifi!AM KurxLUBitaar cuaouu Exchange. K'y, Somerset. Ey. ucurHV. OfMoutr "J csiut. Tuiu.-rK..- t the people of the State." Gov. Knott says Trav. Pisa. At't O. A M.U7 Arcoantadue at the clous or each month, or II HII.rI1TIIM little dreamed of. But to raturn from this W. M. PEAHO IV mill at he will not reply and this ends the war of when fustotn-- r quits. Wm. Shaw'e fOO.OOO-flounOsn. Paw. Ag't, digression. Bearing in mind Anglo-IsraPre, and Oen'l Man'gr, ' Both for sslo by Dr.U.L. BOURNE, SWn r lJ-t- f U.K. IIARIIOW. Ciuclnuatl, o. words. of tbe'Btate gov Paris eqld nt assignee's sale for $32,100. 4hat with theMcsptlon THE 3STE22ZT TIHIIIFITY DAYS GEO. O. BARNES. BOTJENB heart-broke- ae, NEWOMB HfOTEIi n ap-pe- r, Ha-tor- m first-cla- ss it if'il De-k- er y IhTsTsTsTsTs x Bm.-Js.TS3m3k- sl Eo-Rli- sb TBlsffw trem-ferrin- 112-l- ltii CHESnPEH A TRAIN pe tl Eo-dlco- tt fit-i- Ague Cure Jidj0, AYER'S O. I Mlgp &M. II o2iy&fe r V I es I a 'freer c pr 4 --; Hn-- ii 1 iHRBRrT -.-fc- e ICE! ICE! ICE ss IrSOTAN,' t.tlt. ng ! Danville is undoubtedly a business II. D. Davl. Master Workman of tho Knights of Labor Assembly at Pacific, Mo , town and Mr. J. M, Hackney one of her active business men. He shipped to Lex has been sentenced to two years' imprison ment in the State prison and fined $500 in ington this week a lot of iron cornice work Juno 11, I860 Stanford, Ky., Circuit Court of Franklin oounty for at- for use on a building there. Miss Fannie Ford, ofOwenton, Is vistempting to wreck a train. Comptroller Durham has decided that iting her sister, Mrs. T. A. Bradley, this Gov. Swineford, of Alaska, who took the county. James II. Bontloy, of Dallas, Tex., W. P WAIiTON. oath of office and was imnwliatoly granted ia in town, tho guest of the Clemens House. e a leave of abienco before entering upon his Mr. Bentloy was formerly a citizen of Lin TilKShelbTille 2imci elves the follow-in- s duties in Alaska, Is not entitled to the sal- coln county and later of Danville, where he historr of (he Djrhnm letter: The orig ary of the office until be enters upsn his engaged in the manufacture of boots and inal Durham leittr has created 10 much shoes for many yens. Us has prospered in duties. COL. E. POLK JOHNSON. comment and wa the foreruuner of so maA California syndicate has purchased Texas and came to Ksntucky on the presTrniumMl ami ICt-ntlfor a7nc, al ny open letter, tbut the history of how it Some time ago we published n sketch of 114 acres of land along the Woodlcy Park ent occasion to be present at the graduabe not unin got into print would probably the life of Col. . Folk Johnson, managing lane, between Georgetown Bnd the Pres- tion of his grandson, a member of the Senteresting. The letter wan written to Squire editor of tho Courhr-Jolima- l, and along ident's recent purchase. The location of ior class of Centro College. Jamts A. Gill, of thin county, in answer to with it a cut which the artist, had he been the President at Forest Hill appears to be The commencement exercises of Bell one written by him to Mr. Durham in re- his most diabolical enemy, could not have the nucleus of a great real estate speculaSeminary were concluded at tho Opera gard to hia canvas. Squire QUI says that made worse. It was a miserable carrica-tur- e ting scheme. uouse Xuesuay night In the presence ot a the letter was a direct answer to questions At Maysville, Joseph H. Dodson, a large audience. The exercises were openof the gentleman, and feeling mean asked by him, and knowing that the limes over it ever sinos, we have had another cut prominent merchant, shot and killed Major ed by prayer by Riv. O. A. Bartholomew, favored Durham for goTtrnor and desired prepared, which we give above. It is much James G. Whito, the latter being unarmcJ. the benediction was pronounced by Rev. P. to understand Mr. Durham's position, he more like the original, though far from a The immediate cause of the tragedy is un- i. iiale. lhe following was the program sent the letter to the paper by a friend. correct likeness of the handsome, but bald- - known, although the partlt had bad sev- of the evening: Salutatory, Miss Mana The letter was not iotended for publica- headed old gentleman. A great many peo- eral recent quarrels. Dodeon surrendered Parko Lackey, Bloomington, III.; subject, tion, but througu a mistake remind luc ple see the impress of splendid congression- and pleads "Singing Across the Water;" Euay, Miss lima office with a rtquest to publish the al timber iu his make-up- , Hon, Frank H. Winston has tendered Ada Le Bonta, Danville; subject, "All Naand the Fifth same. It was therefore published. The District will do wise if it shall choose him his resignation as United States minister to ture Proclaims a Deity;" essay, Mis 8ue result was an undignified, uncalled-fo- r to succeed Mug- Persia, which has been accepted, and he Viola Smith, Louisville; subject, "Rest. as its standard-bearer- , epistle from Governor Knott, ridiculing the wump Willis. will return at once to his home in Chicago. There is no rest;" essay, Miss Mary Ada- egotism of Mr. Durham; another letter Thk Opera Festival is in full blast in He resigned immediately on his arrival at line Nickerson, Danville; "subject, "All from Mr. Durham and a second answer by Louisville and thousands of music loyera Teheran, which shows he only wanted to Thai's Bright Matt Fade;" valedictory, the Governor. The controversy has not throng the Hall in the Exposition, To- - make the trip at the expense of the govern Miss Maltie Lee Sheltoo, Boyle county; reflected any credit upon either of the men ment. Day Will subject, "Think That This who A fellow who gave his name as A, H. Never Dawn Again." Then followed the engaged therein, and it would be better for day and tomorrow remain for those have not gone logo on half fare railroad Hardy, from Lebanon, Ky., is in jail at ail parties concerned if the matter were left delivery of the diplomas. Tho music was tickets. Toledo, Ohio, for rushing into Miss Ella furnished by Sslbricht'a Band, of Louisan ijaiuqw). NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Deveaux's room at a hotel while she was ville, and was given at pleasing intervals. We have never been able to see a copy still iu bed and clasping her in his arms, The Senior class, whose names are John Williamson, negro, for murder of the new revenue law but the Lexington shouted, "marry me, or I'll kill you " Miu given above, were given a very eleIransa-ipl- , which claims to speak by the will be hung at Paris on the 30th of July. ia says the man has gant reception last night by Mrs. Allen. A Andran's comic opera, the "Crowing Ella an actress and card, has this to say: People who have been following her for weeks and seems in large number of personal friends of the will conclude Hen," ia the rage in New York at present. abused the late Legislature fatuated with her beauty. class and friends and patrons of the school Sam Kimball was acquitted of the they have not done the subject justice when The police force of Eist St. Louis, six were present. Mrs. G.M.Lee and Misses they learn the true inwardness of the so killing of Littleton Stuart, la Fayette teen in number, have been detected in a Bessie Eogleman aad Nannie McDowell of the county. oallcd "revenue hw which was-onconspiracy to rob the banks of that town. assisted Mn. Allen in receiving. Yellow fever has become epidemic on new laws created last winter. Referring They have been discharged and other guardavto it in brief, it contains a provision for two the Isthmus of Panama and the deaths LAND. STOCK AND CROP ians of the peace and protectors of properenge 40 daily. assessments this rear and the payment of Cattle are dull in Louisville at 2 to A famine prevails in Corea, Five hun- ty secured in their stead. It has been but taxes twice next year. The asreseorhts aldred persons hare starved to death in Soul. a few months since the Mayor of that city 4 00; hogs steady at 3 to 4; sheep and ready made his rounds, as property owners was assassinated, which event was supple- Iambs dull at 1J to 3J for the former and are aware. This law rtquires them to It is stated tha Corea has not had a good mented by riot, murder, arson and military 3j to 5 for the latter. harvest in seven years. make another assessment before September Miss Woodford, a Kentucky girl, wen Senator Kenna has accepted the chair guardianship. 15th. The areenmrnt already made is for News comes from Hazird, the county the Eclipse stake at St. Louis, 1J miles, manship of the Democratic Congressional a levy, which must be paid, or a penalty seat of Perry, that a business revalry be- over Modesty, Volante and Alta, in 2:35. will be added by the first of next April. Campaign Committee. C. Everson has It was worth about $1.000. The press stand fell at the St. Louis tween B F. French and J. The other assessment provided for by the resulted in a vendetta, which Is likely to Paris. About 500 head of cattle new law must be subject to a specific levy races Monday, killing one journalist and be the most bloody and desperate ever on the market, and generally sold, most for Slate purposes, to be paid on Septem- wounding numerous others. known in that lawless country. One man of them privately. Sales for 2 and 3 year-old- s The House pawed a bill apppropria-tin- g ber 1, 1887, a little over five months after sold from 4 to 4c, according to qualhas already been killed and the leaders $75,000 for the erection of a public the April payment. having armed their followers with Win ity; yearlings $1S to $22; calves $15 to $18; building at Springfield, Mo. B. S. Letton Instead of the House Committee on Penchester rifles, are about to begin active hos demand slow to weak. Queen Victoria is about to celebrate sions sitting down on the Blair bill to penshipped to Wilkie Sleet A Co , of Coving tiiltiea all along the line. her 68th birthday and the 50th anniversary sion nearly every soldier and sailor of the Eusene Zimmerman! has been elected ton, two car loads of 1 ,000-- b. cattle Saturof her accession to the throne. late war, it has recommended a substitute president of the Covington & Cincinnati day. Price 3 to 4 cents. George W.ThomBy the burning of a tenement house in which is moro sweeping and more costly and Bridge Company, as sold to same firm, at Covington, 05 Chicago 8 persons were suffocated, none of Elevated Railroad In fact lambs weighing 70 pouuds each at $4 per than the original. If the democratic House, Work will be commenced shortly. them Anarchists, it is sad to; say. which is pledged to retrenchment and rethe contracts have already been let out to head. Lambs for June delivery sell readR. M. Hoe, of the great printing press form, permits such a raid upon the treasuKentucklan. Messrs. Mason, Hoge & Co , of Frankfort, ily at 5 ceuts per pound. firm, died suddenly in Florence, Italy, ry, simply because it fears to offend the sol Ky., and Messrs. Shanahan & Co. Mr. G. where he was traveling for pleasure. Thomai Poor, aged 73, years, died on dier vole, its majority ought to be wiped has been elected chief consult The International Typographical Un- Bouscaren out at the next election. There is no use ing engineer. He was until lately occupy- June 3J, at his home nearBryantaville. He ion, in session at Pittsburg, decided not to in a division of the parties if the one is to ing a similar pssltion on the Queen & Cres was an uncle of Mrs. Clay Hamilton, and affiliate with the Knights of Labor. was a highly worthy and respected citizen. cent play into the hands of the other. The Irish Home Rule Bill was defeatAll of the interior of the New Grand -- News. The Owensboro Messenger says. A year ed in Commons, on a motion to order it to theatre, Louisville, the rear of the building SiMrLE Rules ron 8rEJ.Liuo. Words ago the papers all over the State were teem, a second reading, the majority against it occupied by the Kentucky School of Mediending' in e drop that letter before the ler ing with kind words for Gen. Buckner. He being 30. cine, the restauranton Green street, the rear as in movr, movable; unless A woman at West Newburg, Mass., has of Denunzio's fruit store and the barber shop mlnatlon able, was heralded as the next governor aad all ending In ce or ge, when it is retained, as other aspirants were flawed to stand aside given birth to six children in a little over a on Jefferson street were burned out and sein change, changeable, etc. or be run over by the procession. Now year; triplets at each accouchment; four of rious damage done to the other stores, both Words of one syllable, ending In a consonearly every exchango we pick up wants to them are living. on Green and Jefferson streets, The block single vowel betoro it, double Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland will give a was valued at $100,000 and is a complete nant, with a know why Buckner should ba governor. Jo Y. WATKftS. that consonant in derivatives; as ship, shipTERMS OASH. Tnoxis jj. iuxkt. They say he has no record as a statesman, public reception at the White House next loss, The Ureen street front, which was ping, etc. But if ending in a consonant military chieftain or democratic leader and Wednesday evening, to which everybody is occupied by the Medical College, being all with a double vowel before it, they do not ask what it is that commends him for the invited without cards. the remains standing. double the consonant in derivative?; as position. Who will answer? Don't all D. Lssseps hat expended $150,000,000 troop, trooper, etc. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. speak at once. on toe Panama ditch, and, as seven-eigtWords of more than one syllable ending Hon. A. G. Talbott and his bride, nee in a consonant preceded by a single vowel Frost all along the line come encourag- of the work remains to be completed, the ing reports of the certainty of Judgo Sanf-ley- 'a thing has been abandoned. Miss Watson, of Philadelphia, are expect- and accented on the last syllable double The President and his bride have re- ed to arrive Sti-eetnomination for Superior Judge. It that consonant in derivative; as commit, James F. Combs sold this week the committed; but except chagrin, chagrined. will likely occur on the first ballot and turned to the White House. It is said that lib tbe Mdo to ui lor then it will behoove his friends to see that Mr. Cleveland heard that Steve Elkins was Meauxtown property of the late Tom LoAll words of one syllable ending in I, Hkasaw'" " akaflEXaw gan to Margaret Gunn, wife of Mat Gnnn, with a single vowel before it, have II at the CandlM. he is elected by the largest majority ever coming, hence his abrupt departure. tlujrar, CoB, TA Uanannas, JIKl. A trestle gave way on the NortheasFlour, ileal. UraoetK. for $250. given in tho district. He is worthy and ' ' close; as mill, sell. Bacon, Lard, Lemons, tern Railroad, in South Carolina, plunging Harry, the little son of A. P. Bruce, is well qualified and will carry to tho bench a Butter, Egn Datei, Jigs, The words foretell, distill, instill and lUiilns, strong and well cultivated mind, thorough- a passenger train to destruction. Six per- very proud of a gold medal he received a fulfill, retain the double 1 of their primiMaekrrcl, ftrarrves, few days ago as the head of his class in BiruM, Jellr, ly prepared for its duties by a life of study sona were killed and many wounded. tives. Derivatives of dull, skill, will and Molsnef, Cocoa, ta Tffasavci iTii flat IsaVI'llTHSr The prohibition law goes into effect at writing. V Chewf,' and devotion to his profession, C,0T. also re'aln the II when tbe accent falls and Frank Van Winkle , sons full, John OriLru. Canned Goods, Atlanta July 1, after which date the sale of a jpUllutfcr, -- 3av on these wordi; as dullness, skillful, willLsp,iv&ra Fine Apple, Patti, the cantatr'tca who has charmed spirituous, vinous and malt liquors, as well of Hon. J.S. Van Winkle, are ill with ty8 pice. aMaWsaMffWfWnllfff 'JN IHPnapkHHHpr thousands with the melody of her voice, sb all kinds of patent bitters, will be ills-ga- phoid fever of a mild type. Their phvsi-cla- n ful, fullness. lioralny, Cinnamon, ! Itains, IMiliaf JWilili "iTiPlI M TVt mBmUBBmrKm Cake., was married yesterday at Swantea, South thinks they are progressing favorably. It may interest the ladies to know that Kraut, A German inventor is building, at a None of the other children haye taken 3,200 babies per day make their first ap W ales, to Nicolini, with whom she haB a:S M , . .SardlOM, Bakers Chocolate1 Fickle. been living ss wife, pending proceedings cost of $125,000. a balloon 500 feet in length the disease. pearance in the United States. Columbus D M?P'n ' Con",a Htarch, Boap. fio.la, Tobacco, Ciaa fit. Lamta. Chlmn.... for divorce from her former husband, It to be operated by steam. He is very san"Terra never really calculated that America would Col. J. W. Guest's ttUlrUlM. MOM. lUkaa. 'o ..." il 1, il is a pity that Pattl's private life is not as guine of success and has refused $150,000 Cotta," by Harry O'Fallon, out of Laura B. become so popular a continent. ff-ffl- S for his patent, beautiful as her face nor as pure aa the came out 4th In the St. Louis Hotel Stake A more careful estimate of the year's at St. Louis yesterday. This was not a notes which come from her lily white A STATEMENT OF production of Kentucky whisky, exclusive surprise to those knowing the animals op throat. The Financial Condition of Lincoln County Judge Hazeuuoo has announced him- of high wines and continuous spirits, places posing him. it at 17,000,000 gallons instead of 16,000- ,The Danville Hop Club gave a hop at self the nominee for common pleas judge, At tills date, June lit, J8S8. 000, as before stated. tho Opera House Tuesday night after the on the strength of the returns, which show The courtesan who got Mrs. Garfield's commencement exercists were concluded LINCOLN COUNTY" CCURT OF LEVV.1 hebaa a majority of 501. He says the comJ JUNE 7, IMC. carriage to mn over her and then sued A large number of young people were presis two to one against him and that mittee MERCHANT TAIXOR. DEBTS AHD LUUILITIES. that lady for $25,000 damages, was beaten ent. Selbricht, of Louisville, furnished exhe will not submit to any "ahenanegin" on 13,461 Clilmi allowed sod audited in court, a verdict for Mrs. Garfield being cellent music. its part. There will probably be two demSherlfl's commission for collectI hats received and still receiving ing county levy, estimated... An entertainment is to be given to800 00 ocratic candidates and a republican will returned by the jury. Ban Freeman, aged about 25, a mar- night by Mrs. G. W. Welsh, Jr., to Miss Interest on bonded dtbt- 189 00 -- . walk off with the cake. ried man and a living about 5 Rhetta Boyd, of Lexington, and Miss Ma- Contingent expenios for fiscal . 760 00 The agony in the 11th District is to bo miles from Versailles, cut his throat from mie Met calf, of Atlanta, Ga. The young year 188G-.Comprising tht beit In the market, which will be prolonged until July 21, when a conven- ear to ear with suicidal intent. The cause people invited look forward to an evening Total to bepaldoutoflery'8..10,191 23 Qotton TJp in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Kono in City or Country. BONDED DKI1T. tion will meet at Somerset to nominate a of the act Is a mystery. of much enjoyment, Six bonds IS00 each luued July successor to Congressman Frank Wolford. Hon. J. J. Nesbitt, Representative Gibbons painted a new sign for Col. Giro Me n Trial. S, 1SS0, due 10 years from There are already a dozen candidates in from Bath and Rowan counties in the last the Boyle National Bank this week and .......3,000 03 . ni date ZRXJTFXiE-'Srthe field and the number will likely doub- Legislature, is a candidate to succeed Hon. is sometimes the case with sign painters, iesouecm. 75 00 le ia the month and a half intervening be- J. Ward, of Harrison csunty, as began in the middle of the Inscription. He Cain In treaiury DlTlilendi from turnpikes, estifore the convention. Judge of the Superior Court. had completed three flaming gold letters, 701 CO mated An embryonic Jesse James, aged six 'N A T," when he quit and went to dinner. From delinquent tax Hit, estiMn Hekhy Watterson has begun ase- .... 80 CO mated ries of European letters ia the Courier Jour- years, shot and killed a companion two About that time two parties from the rural years younger at Akron, Ohio. It was a districts came to town and in passing, one Adralorem tax on 83,001,922 of which promiee, like all hiaproduction nal, taxable property at 20c per 8100 7,923 81 to be exceedingly entertaining and instruc- cool and deliberate murder and evinced a of them remarked: "Nat somebody has a Capitation tax on 3,411 males orcr marvelous precocity in crime. tive. haan't he?" mighty fioe house over there, 21 yean of age, leu 800 delin yKKiF99v99t9fHKKKHK President Cleveland went fishing in the Mr. J. A. Shuttleworth's place 1 miles quents ifili 00 Rev. S. X. Hall, nominated for Con1,410 0) railroad tax, estimated gress by the prohibitionists of the Louis- mountains again Monday. He caught 16 from town on the Shakertown pike was sold Amount 912,842 81 ville district, declines to make the race, trout, while Limont hooked 21. The Pres- on Saturday to W. C. Caldwell for $09.50 Total reioarcei S 318 80 ident was photographed while in the act of per acre. There is a comfortable stone dwell- Debt In excess of resources. thereby showing his usual good sense. casting a fly, by an enterprising mountain ing and good out buildings and the place As tbe Kentucky Central Kallroad has gono into Ojixoon, which gave Blaine a majority photographer. Mr. W. L. tbe hands of Receiver and It being exceedingly contains nearly 84 acres. of 2,000, elected a democratic governor uncertain when It will be able to pay any tax, tbe James Fuller, a young man living in Tarkington, Mr. Shuttleworth's father-in-law- , taxof that road has not been estimated In this Monday by a fair majority. Let the good Carlisle, who had been too intimate with who has been living on the place, will statement. work proceed. Mi Nannie Small, was captured by her after he gives possession on the 7th of July, At tbo June Term, 18SJ, tbe county had outTho Rhode Inland General Assembly uncles and at the point of a pair of pistols go to Georgia on a visit. In the fall he standing a bonded debt of (8,000. Slnos that time ro ol'ct'd Hon N. W. Aldrich to the Unl-e- d mado to marry her, The honeymoon will will move to the Duke farm on the Leba- there hat been 31,000 paid, leaving uopald 83,000, A copy of the record. be spent nursing a baby. Slate btiiite. JSLn non pike. J. BLAIN.CIk.L. C. C. Att Smi-82takl- B $ntcrior$ournnl WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER ! WALL y PAPER! M ROBERTS fc STAGGr'S. I have a small lot of self-defen- se. W A 121413 a Which J feai,iii!.giijaiM): will sell at Cost. T. R. WALTON. A Splendid Variety of e eiffiiii BLUM In Bulk and iu Papers can be found at T. R. WALTON'S. Of best kinds, at 1 GANAIED GOODS & OTHER 9R0GERfES T. R WALTON'S, Main & Somorsot Sts. hs WATERS & RANE Y , Main GROCERS. I Pi Kn Stanford. - aSai si'Vrrir'Trv l. d r!i 2HiHKMM9aisVHLHI '&. -- .- -.. -' BBBa&fSBIiaBI H. G. RUPLEY, farm-rente- .7 New Goods for Spring' and Summer, H- a. Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. OTJSiiREMT, Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. Stanford. i x c iini-m.fa- ''i m. ... ,tf.TjlWt. 55tmt-S2Itthutcidt3oat- O t " W JsTV 4 4. t 1 end JTarncM ppeltlvoljr at Bio lot of extras for the Walter A. Wood visiting friends sod relatival here. He fa prima cost. Metcalf & Foster. harvesting machines on hand. I. M, well pleased with the "Bright Sunny South." Brandy Hays has returned from a Go to A. A. Warren for repairs for Bruce. Juno 11, 1880 Champion Reapers and Mowers. Stanford, Ky., Kfmember the picnic at Hale's Well protracted trip through Missouri and Kannext Saturday. Come and enjoy yourself sas. He is fully satisfied that old RockTub Crab Orchards came down yesterday and get a good a dinner. UualnoBH Manngor. B. O. WALTON. castle Is the dearest place of all. Mra to beat the Stanfords on their own ground, Harrison Carpenter came from Knoxvllle A man named Shackleford confesses that but after and exciting gamo got nolloped I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. last night, bringing wlih. her, her daugh12 to 5, Only one btse hit was made oil he and Wm. Howard, In ail here, conspirter, Mrs. W. M. Weber, and children, who Mall train going North. - 1 63 r.u. ed to murder Deputy Rogers at Harlrn C, ..12 IB r, M. of Joe Einbry. " South will spend the summer here Will Cress ... Uapretstraln" South 131a.m. ii Norn..- .ii ii and John Lear are at home from Michell, .m,101i.iil Our former couniyinan, Dr. Andrew Sar- - II. and that Howard did tho shooting. Ths a0T li calculated on standard time. HsJar geanl, lost hia library valued nt $1,000 fn a The Lancaster l?cv$ says: During the Ind , where they have been at school. They tat Is 4 bout 20 ralnutos taster, fire which occuned at Hopklnsyllle this storm of Wednesday the houso of B. F. will both teach school in the county. It week. Severnl buildings were burned and Hudson, one mile from town, was struck by was Will's intention to be a Hoosier stock LOCAL NOTICES. the total loss is about $35,000. a bolt of lightning and almost torn to trader, but for some renson he has declined Lak.Mictii'h garden need in bulk and thrt Cqi. Morrow gtves the Legislature flta pieces. Fortunately no ono was injured. pnckngM lit Penny & McAllstrrV. AEVr AlTKBTlK.KKnTH. Watchm and Jewelry repaired on shor in his speeches end it deserves all the abnae His little dnughtor, Alice, was severely notice and warranted by Penny A McAlIa he can heap upon It. There Is none so stunned, er. An obstruction on the railroad near Cedar ! Buy the Haa Hor Itemed?, the or!l-ja- l poor as to do thnt unlamented body reverand only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-late- r. ence end the Colonel can not get up a quar- Creek was run into by a freight train and it barely escaped being thrown off. A detec- A Good Wnshcr mid Irouer rel on that issue. A ooMrtrTE stock of Jewelry, latent tive was sent up from Louisville Wednes Some dirty, cowardly vandal pulled 4I style. Kockfurd watcho a mwcialty. Penday, who found that Will and Ewell Payne, the guttering on one of the Interior Jours ny A McAIUtar. aged 13 and 15 respectively, had placed MAX. buildings Tuesday night. Nine snd the to PERSONAL. timben upon the track and they wero A good price will la paMSI,Aone who trill stay all the iftson. . o. thirty lasbea on the back of such a puppy VGIITEIt, accordingly arrp-tc- d t Ovlng to tUIr Cub Ojtbard, Kr. Juixin V. II. Carson went to Lima would be about the right punishment for youthfulceu the Superintendent telegraphville Tuesday, so sneaking an act. 3STO. ed to let them, off, provided their parents Mn Walter Raymond has none to The Creamery wai not bought by Col would give them a good threshing, which REPORT OF THE CONDITION Frankfort again. Welch, Individually, at stated last itsue, was done in the presence ol the officer. It Mm. J. T. WiuiiTE, of Monticfllo, ii but by himself, F. Reid, S. P. Stagg and J. is a pinitcntiary offense and tho boys got The Farmers National Bank on a visit to her son, Bam E. Bruce, late directors of the concern, who ofl easily, Mna J. M. Philips la attending the BXJLNlTOIir), bid the amount of the execution under Musical Festival in Louisville. The Hop. In order to catch our usual In the State of Kentucky, at tho CIoso of which it was sold to save themselves, as Business, June 3, 1680. Mips Mary RAY, of Garrard, is the mails at night, which has to be done since they were turetles to the B ink or the guest of her aunt, Mn. J. D. Vacarsdall. the Cincinnats Southern will not make conKEBOUKCES. amount. Loans aoj discounts A nection with the Mn, W. M. O'Buyam, the cleter depot ..18,2i3 80 south, very gratifying statement of the f ma-cla- l bad to go to press L.last N. goingbefore we OrerdralU A 8,818 35 agent at Crab Orchard, was here yesterday. night the U. 8 Bonds to secure circulation. 75,000 CO rendition of this county Is given to tftts Hop, which Lr.wis, of Bayle, Is ng begin till 10. Every- Other stocks, bonds arid mortgages did not Miss ar.owiiE 25,800 00 issue. It will be seen that the year's taxis thing pointed toward a moat elegant afhlr Pue from apprortd worre agents Mn. W. II. HIgln and other rela. 7,217 C8 will pay the current expenses and wipe out and we 1,548 06 are sure we will be able to chron- Due from other Katlonil Banks.... Htm. the remaining bonded indeblednees of S3, icle 7,0(0 00 Mrs. BntCK Jones left Tutaday for that it was a grand success, in our next Real eitat, lurnlture and fixture. 218 82 Current expenses and taxet paid...... 000, leaving us free from debt of any kind. issue. A number of young ladies and gen- Premiums St. Loots after a month' stay at her old 2,187 21 There are few couuties that can make such tlemen arrived by yesterday's home. trains, among Bills of other Banks . . 2,100 00 a showing. them Miss May Ferguson, of Covington, Fractional paper currency, nickels and Mb. T J. Dosley, the cents ... 86 22 PnieiDXNT Paxton desires us to who is with Miss Daisy Burnalde; Misses postal clerk, made his first trip by here Specls 6,500 00 Wednesday. that the patrons of the Female College dur- Kate and Georgie Edelln, of Alum Springs, Legal tender note 4.000 CO Mis.1 Nettie Wiiay has returned from ing any part of the session he has bisn la and Mattie Pearl Brown, of Lancaster, with Redemption fund wMk U. 8. Treasurer (S per cent of circulation) 8,375 00 ... Bloomlngton, III , where she baa been at- charge, are expected to attend the clostog Mrs. Gesrge H. Bruce; Misses Annie and exercises at the Opera House next Tuesday Jean Buchanan, Crab Orchard, and Addle ToUJm. tending school. . 1152,09? 49 is in very fee. night without invitation or ticket. Othera Ottenheimer, New York, with Mrs. A, A. LIABILITIES. Dn J. W. Cox, wh ..$200,000 00 ble health, Is visiting Mrs. W . 0. Welch expected to be present will be fatnUWd McKinney; Misses Leila and Altie Marks-bur- y, Capital stock paid in... Surplus Fund C3.O01 89 Lancaster, with Miss Rose Richards; UndUIded profits and other friend. with complimentary ticket. 7,912 91 and many others. National Bank Notes outstanding.. 07,500 00 Misa Mamie Bryant, a charming litThe merchants have adopted our sugIndlTldual deposits subject to 109,533 83 tle Virginisn, is the guest of her school-matMARRIAGES. gestion and agreed to close each night at Due to other National lUaks 1,992 CO Mis Ellen Bsllou. Due to 8Uto Banks ar4 Bankers 2,139 11 S o'clock. This is for the benefit of their On the 7th, Mr. T. O. Anderson and Miw. Will B. Penny received a dishard. worked clerks, who have heretofore Miss Rosa Lee Carter. patch yesterday stating that her father was bad to be on duty from about 5 A. it. to 0 A farmer in Condon, Neb., advertises STATE OF KENTUCKY, ) very ill at his home In Kansas. J83 County of Lincoln. 10 r. a. We hope the trading public for a wife, and specifies that she must be Mrs 8. C. TncEHEAivr leave today or I, Jno. B. Owsley, Cnehler of tbeabore named for Augusta, Ga , to attend the Woman's will see that the stores which live up to about six feet tall, weigh 250 pounds, have Bank, dototolemnljr swior that the above statement the best of mj- - knowledge and belief. ti true the agreement shall not lose a cent by the red hair and be an atheist. JNO. D. OWbLEY, Cublcr. MWsionary Boclety. fKentuck Ian. Mn. B R. Thompson, of Columbun change, but help them to make by it. Subscribed and to lfore me this 101b day RELK10US. I June, 18S6. W.M. BRIGHT, N. P. L.C. Miss., is at Crab Orchard Borings and he Correct attest: The special train for the Lebanon ConThe State Baptist Association will be 8. U. Eiunks, ") and Mr Henry V Fulber were here yea vention will leave here about 7 30 on the Joiim M. Hail, Directors. held at Bowling Green June 23. This asday. J. B. Owslst, J morning of the 17th and arrive there about -- Mn.il. 8. Withers, Mn. Kale W. 0. Returning it will leave the same night sociation represents 1,400 churches, with a 2TD. 2788. membenhipof have raised Held and Mn. C. J. Ballsy, of Stanford, as soon u the nomination for Superior dnringthe past 130,000. Theyfor missions. REPORT OF THE CONDITION year $20,000 (.Courier- are guests at the Alexander Judge is made, and we wager it will jr Tin The Rev. Green Clay Smith will preside at Journal. bring back the nominee. Dispatcher Mn. J. C Kino and wife, of Crab Or Frank Harris tells us that there will be the meeting. NATIONAL BANK Transylvania Presbytery held a called chard finrincf. were here Tuesday. Mr. two coaches at our disposal, and it is hoped OTP SXjVTVITOHTJ. meeting at Richmond Tuesday to arrange King tells us he has everything in read! that both will be filled. Madison, Garrard, Stanford, in tho Stato of Kentucky, for organising a German Presbyterian At new for a grand opening on the I5th. Bjyle and Mercer delegates will find this at Close of Business, June 3, 1880. Mr. J. A. Carpenter ia attending the train the best for them to take. We have church in Lincoln county, three miles from Stanford, in accoi da ice with the petition Railroad Agents Association, in eewion at secured a rate of 4 cents per mile or $1 48 RESOURCES. 1282,079 52 Indianapolis. Mn. Carpenter is visiting for the round trip from here, which is a re- of 32 German Piiebterians of the Swiss Loans and Discounts .... 1,818 8C colony in Lincoln, Revs. A. S. Mofiett, J. OTerdrafts. her parents in Boyle during his absence. 200,000 00 U.S. Bonds to securedrcuUtlon duction of 72 cents. Elder' A. K. Denny were Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages E. Triplett and 43,700 00 M. Marx, wife and daughter and Miss 5,202 91 An assault with intent to kill was made appointed a committee of the Presbytery Duo from approved merre agents Fannie Bourgower, of Galveiton and Me. 4,398 C8 Due from other National Rants J. K hsie Wednesday and for a time excuse, to effect the organlaition in proper form, . E.G. Logan, J. A. Ifoldsmao, 531 40 Due from State Banks and Bankers..... Real Estate, furniture and fixtures, 8,900 00 Shelby and J. G. Ktats, Louisville, are at great excitement in the store of D. Klaes. UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 2,615 19 Current expenses and taxes paid. . That gentleman has a remarkably smart Crab Orchard Springs. 21,875 8 Premiums paid Jim Peas was tried in the Police Court Checks and other cask Hem Drye, of Hustonvillr, monkey which he thinks more of than he Mifs Bessie 3,069 27 175 00 formerly n charming student at the Col- does his sweetheart, and which he keeps atJ yeir'crday for drunkecntss and was fined $1 Bills of other bank Fractional paper currency, nickels and lege, created quite a pleasant flutter among his store to amuse his customers. On the and costs. 81 18 cents Jim Fnuer.has resigned as town mar- Bpecle her many friends by her unexpected pres- evening Ingestion, Levi Doollu entend 2.320 00 ence on Friday evening last. One of our the store and the knowing little animal see- shal. Josh Boering has been appointed to Legal tender notes. 7,8'G 00 Redemption fund wlta U. 8. Treasurer young doctors is now as happy as a junebug ing that he was drinking showed his dis fill tte vacancy. (5 per cent, of circulation) 9,100 00 A teachers' examination will be held inajlmpsom patch. North Middletown gust by snarling at him, whereupon Doolin Due from U. 6. Treasurer, other than 5 drew his knife and plunged it intc his here June 19th. The Board of Examiner Cor. Paris Kentuckiau. percent, redemption fund 2,830 00 Mn A. II. Lafevre, of Richmond, neck. There was weeping, wailing and for this year are E. D. Haniell and Miss J596,699 79 Total Ind., a great believer in Mr. Barnes doc- gnashing of teeth by both Klasa and Straus, Alice Lewis. LIABILITIES. when they saw their pet so ruthlessly -S- aturday niht at Wildie, Ky., the Capital Stock paid In trines, suffered a severe sprain by a fall at 8230,000 00 had another "hickory tea party." Surplus Fund 8,000 00 Junction City, Wednesday, lie came on butchered, and they would probably have 11,912 50 here determined to ba cured by prayer and done some cutting themselves had they This time it was gi7en in honor of "Trib" Undivided profits.- -. National Bank XoUitaoUUndlng.......... 180,000 00 faith alone, and asking the aeyeral sisters been able to find a knife. As it was Doo- Bryant, Bud Pruil's wife and mother, Jen- Indlrtdual Deposits subject to check 127,111 56 lin barely escaped with his life, and then nie Pruit; Bob was not present to partake Due to othor National Banks of thine, here, who believe in that sort 1,4(9 43 4GG 22 Mr. Klass went in hot haste for a surgeon, of the refreshments. It is supposed if he Due to Bute Banks and Bankers . patiently awaiting a blessing and a cure, 17,330 00 who sewed the wound up and tho patient had been he would not only have had tea, Noes and bills LOCAL MATTERS. is progressing as well as could be expected, but a more delicate viand rope, 1590,599 79 Total and his doctor says with proper nuning he A son of John Adams, STATE OF KENTUCKY,).. Fruit Jan at T, R. Walton's. Cuunty of Lincoln, J will be able to pull through. while returning from the corn field last I, Jno. J. McRoberts, Cashier of above named Prices satisfactory at Waters & Raney's.0 swear hank do solemnly that tbo abo to A orand sortie, which stamps blm a Saturday evening rame across some angelico, statement Is true to tb beat ot my knowledge and JNO. J. McllOBERTS, Caahler. Fruit Jan of all kinds at A. A. War- true military genius, was effected by Sheriff as he thought, but it was wild parsnip; he belief. sworn to lictoro me Subscribed 8th day ren's "Model Grocery." J. N. Menefee, Wednesday, At the last ate some of it and did not get home and ol June, 1886.and W. M. BRIOUT.N.this L. C. P. died inside of an hour after he ate it. His Refiuivrators, Coolen and loo cream term of the circuit court Reuben Hiatt.who younger brother was with him and he ate Correct Attest.s. Hockeb, ) J. failed to appear, was given a eentence of 30 freezen low down. Metcalf A Foster Directors. D. W. VAjiDKVKBa, J B. Ekwik, days in jail and a fine of $100 for carrying Borne of it, but vomited it up and wasn't Knott is the best, ask those concealed weapons. Mr. Menefee had laid poisoned. Proctor ILTO- About two yeara ago Bud Haggard, of who have tried IU Metcalf & Foster. many plans to capture the young man, but REPORT OF THE CONDITION this county, left his wife and went to MisThe prohibitionists are again reminded failed each time. Failure did not dampen -- or TUB- He returned a short timo sgo and of an Important meeting at the Court House the ardot of bis destte to obey the man- souri. Hustonville, dates of the law, but urged him to Increas- found that his wife had given birth to a National Bank of next Monday, child recently. She alleges that her steped tflorta and they were finally rewarded In the Stato of Kentuoky.nt tho oloso of ladies were A NUMntnof our prettiest business Juno 3, 1880. with eucccss. On the day named he secur- father, Jim Gordon, is the father of the busy all day yesterday fixing for the sup ed the ervlce of an engine and summoning child. She and her husband were here pey for the benefit of the Band boys, which a number of trusty railroad men, he pro- Wednesday to swear out a wit of bastardy RESOURCES. 977,557 90 against Gordon. The writ is not issued Loans and discounts was served in Owsley Hall last night. ceeded to the nearest point to tho house 1,691 05 be a question in dispute OTerdrafts that the young man lived and arranged his yet. It seems to 20,000 0) U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation Tne municipal election at "Richmond whether they can or not. 191 S3 Due from approved icwtto agents....... in Mr. J. D. Mitchell, formerly of forces for the attack. Hlatt got wind of it 13,500 89 A man came to town two months ago Due from other National Banks this place, being chosen mayor over J. in some way and mado a powerful eflort to 1,510 81 Real Estate, Furniture and fixtures speed, and procured marriage license. When he Current expenses and taxes paid......... Speed Smith by 47 msjorlty, and n. C. escape by running at a break-nec- k 231 73 returned to his fiance's house for the pur- Checks and other cash Items..- .410 72 Rice, a brother of onr Mr. Joe Rice, police but soon found himself confronted at some pose of marrying her, she told him she had Bills of other Bonks 1,24100 distance by the sheriff. Thon he doubled by 52 msjorlty. judge 8,816 10 ia another direction and ran square into changed her mind and could not tie on. Specie notes Tub Leland Opera Troupe, Giles Shine another wing of the army, which called to The Bame man came in the other day for Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasurer 2,500 00 manager, has disbanded. It has been play- him to halt and throw up 900 00 15 per cent, of circulation) .., his bands. The licsnie to marry another women, and wanting in bad luck for some time and a click of several firearms and ths sudden ed to know of the clerk If he could not 9123,577 16 Total finally did the work. Shine pointing of them in his direction, made dis- swap the licence he got before for others, LIABILITIES. seems to bs particularly unfortunate in his cretion the better part of 850,000 00 valor and Reuben' When the clerk told him ho could not do Capital Stock paid in year 3,600 00 venture It was about this time last surrendered unconditionally, He was then that, he said, "I hare bad bad luck, please Surplus fund 3,791 18 that his Livinia Shannon Company went taken to the engine and in a few more min- be as reasonable in your charges as you Undivided profits 17,460 00 National Bank notes outstanding to pieces, like he is, Individual Deposits subject to check 47,935 82 utes the pondorous doors of the ffr.Il had can, Mr. Miller, 890 10 The. sixth Commencement of Tarrant closed upon him. A petition had been sent took pity on him, and would not charge Due toother Rational Bank Collego, Crab Orchard, Mrs. S. F. n, Tar-ran- t, to Gov. Knott asking the pardon of the him one cent. 8123,577 16 Total Jim Hicks, having rpent the winter STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 principal, will begin next Sunday young man, but it is not likely it will ho I spring in Florida, haa returned home. and County of Lincoln, with n sermon by Rov. A. S. Mofiett in the granted, especially since a protest has been Misa Zila Williams has come home from I, J. W. Hocker, Cashier of the above named Monday at 7 r. M. there forwarded statiDjj tho trouble he has been MIchell, Ind,, where she has been attendBaptist church; Bank, do solemnly swear that the abore statement belief. will be nn elocutionary entertainment and giving the officers. Thero are more indict- ing school: She brought with her, her lit- Is true to tho best of my knowledgo and Cashier; ' J. W. HOCKER, a promonade concert in the College Hall; ments peudlng against Hlatt and ho will tle neica. Burdetta Rty Jones, of Loulr-vill- c. Subscribed nd svrorn toboforo mo this 8th day W.H.Spradlin brought his daughO. F. PEACOCK, N. P. L. C. Tuesday night the Junior class will give likely be "in for it" quite awhile, and the f June, 18(0. ter. Maccle. home Sunday, from Gallatin. Correct Attest: in the tame Hall and the ex- several other youngsters named with him m VtAMA kaj njiH nlfmiinMakal ! an exhibition J.W.WiUTIIBRFOaD,') tj,l, nl.c, I ercises will close with an address by Hon, will no doubt kerp him compmy b'tnn p 1" T. V K Directors. T. J. Robissom, , ) many days, Kdwaiid I but who now lives in PIttman. Florida, is F. F. Bobbltt. iiat i Raddi ry 5x55?25l!,,,,,,,,",",,,,,,'a"isssBSB sBi HKB TjWsFMBB'H MONITOR OIL STOVE GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY IsIsVl'SuisIiHsssHbiP rjRir SAFE! Cooking for whole Family 5c,a da? " AGENTS WANTED ...vh.,w juuaifuieu uircujnr. D.B.BAYLESS&C0. IBl, 183, IBSft 187 W. 6th St. iil. EVERYWHERE CINCINNATI, O. TH03. METCALF. "Vcixxteca. JOHN B. FOSTER, S DRIPPING SPRINGS. -- IIMralf & -- Vmim 9 1705. ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. AND. AT Low Prices a Specialty. Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, All of our Sugar was bought before the adTance and can be sola vlc-iti- pId........... ., ,be wmc 0IJ P,Ue. Our newly-appolnt-o- d j Hardware, Embracing Everything Is terr cheap. We haTe recently refitted lf of our store unsurpassed for beauty and con Tsnlance. OarQUEENaWAHF Sst, Is .xcelleot. These caods only ssk you to call and examine roods. one-ha- tr i!,Vih- .? , hsliwss.n s Dlu..r' la edeiy competitionT." pflces. Wo - J11 METOALF WEMN & FG8TJER e, cbk.. & HtiMtiT Dealers In all kinds of iin Farminglmplements and Maehin ery, FIKST ...,..... WM Haggles SURRHYS, mmimm 9 Spring Wagons, Buck Boavds, Farm Wagons, drain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Conl, JLuuiber, Etc. x fftemjH WMMatomt PHARMACISTS, compounded, Diutsas is Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Physicians' prescriptions accurately Also sSJBSsiLh! """""1"""' Vm?A JL 1V JEWELERS. Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, Jewelry and Silverware Etm bought to this market Prlcos Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice and Warranted. jjSl 2917. 1" KfTSHaSmfSSKS ae KENTUCKY "BIuc-Gras- CENTRAL R. R Noaiu-Boua- MAYSVIXI.E T lmANCII. fKo. BlTTtto. 723 8 8 9 9 10 a Route." Dally Dally Ex. eun.Ex. Ban. IS a m 40 a m 01 a m 43 m 39 a m 83." Shortest and Qniokest Bonte from Oer tral Kentuoky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Lts CoTlnston... 11 Lexington.. Paris Arr Mlllcrsburg., am LEXINGTON South-Uouho. Fast Line Between fc CINCINNATI, Schedule In Effect May IS, 1&S0. " Carlisle " Jshnson " MaysTlllo.. BOUTH-BOUT- 8 8 6 6 7 200pm 428 pm 29 pm 44 03 50 40 pm pm pm pm No7r Ex. Bun. 8 10 a m 9 10 a m 10 11 12 11 12 1 No. 04 No. 51 Daily Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Ban 8 85 B HoTT" Dally dip Ho. 12 Ex. Sun. Ltc An-. OoTlngton Falmouth Cynthtana... Paris Lexlneton Legal-tend- er " am 10 13 25 a m 10 40 10 pm 11 17 8 10 pm 2 9 21 pro 5 4 LTe. Paris-- nt Art. Winchester. " Richmond.... " LancaaUr .... 11 Stanford 10 45 to 20 pm 11 20 do pm 6 07 pm 6 00pm am pm 6 toil pm 6 10 pm Notb. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Winpm 822 pm chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains p m 6 0S pm ard daily except Sunday. 7 IS prr Direct conni ctloniaro mado at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio ies. for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Va and Eastern cit- Johnson Cailisl 11 Millersburg ... 00 pm 13 pm Att Parb " Lexington J8p m " CiTlngton IB pm 11 Lts MaTSTllle...... " 2 28pm 2 60 piu 8 IS 9 OS a m 6 10 pm 11 30 a m fi 00 pm 7 23a m 7 46 a m 8 10 a m a m 11 55 p m 37 a ra pm Lto. lllchinond...... ,... Air. Derea " LlTlngstoo. Noirn-Botnro, 2 00 3 20 3 45 p in p ml ......... am I. ...... No. II No. 1 Fast Line; Not. 3 and 4 run Tla Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars betweea kind-hearte- d Mo. 3 8 00 tO 21 LTe.LiTtngston. 11 ,...,, Au-oa.s- Arr. Richmond . 11 41 a m 7 20 ami Ltb. Rowland 11 8 11am Lancaster..... Arr. Richmond..... 11 00 a m Lto. Richmond ...... 1 10 p ml I 2 10 p m Arr. Winchester Arr Paris.. 820pm Lts. Lexington .... 2 45 p m S SO p in Lto Paris Cynthlana ... 3S9pm 11 Falmouth 147pm 8 00 p m Arr. CoTlwtton Korea am am Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Winchester and Washington, D.O. Through tickets and baggage chocked to any destination reached by t railroad. For full xartlculsrs, call on any sgent of the company, or B. F. ft. MORSE, D. A .FEELEY, Gen. Pass. Agent, TraT. Pass. Agent, OoTlngton. .. ..,......- .6 05 a in 7 00 a m ............... 8 00 am . 7 23 a m 2 43 pm 8 20 a m 3 40 pm 8 65 a ra 417 pm II. E. nUNTlNOTON' ReceUer. General unices, CuTlngton, Ky. Kt. Lexington, K.y IiEB F HUFFMAN, BTANFORD, KY. Oflce South side Main 8trnet, two doors nbOTi ths Myers Hotel: Pars Nitrous Oxldn Qm aJinlnit'otaa wlisu re- scnoEON quired. I:re;."x,zfcx, 100) am 318pm II 80 a ml 0 48 pm 'M ll P The Cost of Congress. There are no fewer than 202 persona em to' rco Ans'ln and becomes ft studetjt at the unl ployed by the benste, in capacities recom veMtv, he Immediately nhucks hi country pensed by salaries ranging from that of the VHbl lulled TncmUtusatut Frlilaun -- AT cloihw and blossoms a a dude If 1m dors official reporters, $5,000 each, to that of the XX3K ANNUMi CA8II. not nlle on a ret rfetl of stylo the other twenty page boys, who receive $400 each. nssK.'is. ijimmsw udrms bajcolt Mm. He is also expected The roll aggregates $295,000 a year. Adunderstood If we credit that 11.50 tit bo ex to associate only Ith high class people, ditional to this, the Senators themselves reIt pected and demanded. ceive from Uncle Sam about $463,000 for that is, such as weir good clothes. This line combined stallion will mats thsiea. son ISM at my stable, n.ir Sheltty Cltv, In persons are the same period. Thirty-fiv- e "Tom," sid Bill Ysrdley to Tom Arjer-rLincoln county, on tho Shlby Lily and Knob disgusted with employed In the Houre under the Speaker; Lick turnpike road, at W. P. WALTON. "the boy are very much irii iSKl Palace Stoamore. Low 32 under the clerk; 153 under the door your conduct " reur Trip psr Wtek Sstween &5 the Season or $20 to Ituuro a Oolt. keeper: 8 under the eergeant at arms and ilolni,? ' have I "What DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND Description and Pcsllrpc:-Scon- d ML SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. Jewel Isn blood 10 under the postmaster. The number of "You havo not milt colne around with liar, with Mark manoand tall, IS hands 3 Inches Ho l S YMra old annual clerks and tueroagers to commit Ot. Ualr, OakUna Ileus, Uaruie dry. Mr. Luther Hoe1, o'( BrierBeld, AU , that old tramp." f lids Hprlng, wi sired ujr Lewis Cunnlnibam'a verr Week Day Bsiween Minnie Crow, well cot out of showing him tees is 51 and of official reporters 7. Sal b&en visltlnc Ml Awvlf, tie by the fainoui old Wsihlngton Dencan't Lai b DETROIT AND CLEVELAND mark. Hnl dim Minnie, by Mi Donald's fc?r"J -- Mrs. MtlimU C dlins, rged 74, died of somo little attention while he is in town " aries, exclusive ot those members, aggre2d dam by Wells' CruvUer, id dam by a son Bpetlel flunday Trips dnrtng July aod Atwut. gate noirly $350 000 a yoar, which, added 'Dsry Crockett! 4th dam by a valuable old and. "Why ctu'l you iHe him?" dlssato on the 7 h Funeral services dtnnmre, podlgree unknown. Mr It l. l'srtlu'a OUft ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLBTS yon in strict cor.fi- - to payments to Representatives themselves, hy Rev. V. R Dtvidon on the O.b. Old H'nnte, dam ofSorond Jewel, was a premium "I don't mind Sates and IintiUa Titksu wiu b rtimUked animal, from acott to an atf! urns. Hecond Jewiy yeia Tiekst at at, or addwss c The venerable Joe Severance, he is my father Don't give me make a total of $2.000000 a year salaries detic that el has been shown twenty-fou- r time and wore the C. D. WHITCOMB, Osn't Af,nt( and mileage only. The average cost of slick tie twenty-twtlran detested only twice. Detroit A Cleveland the bouse of John M. Robinson & awav now, Bill " Steam Ntr. Co. He made ten snows last aeaaon at Danville, each day's session of Congress is about $45,- Monday even psssed here DETROIT, MICH. Co Klrkstllle, Richmond and Lexington an J "I won't. It shan't go any further." org tan blue rlbbwns. Wtf As congress meet lUtr ilaya a year Texas Sidings. inc. nosunifft win lie rurmsheil mares at reasonable on the avenge, the total cost to the counrites, l'artlnii with rimes furlelts the tuiurance. There was a coaibitat Gravel Switch Of all lacteal secretions, the milk from Lisa retained on all colts until service charge are Sunday between WHUam Llnthicum and the sow is the richest and most nutrlcioui. try ot Concrew for one year is $4 500,000 P4k als) stand at the same stables tbe fine I will Jack Philadelphia Call Geo. ErtM There wan a young woman in It contains 50 per cent, more of solid con 1U11 players in Pitt'burr.h are talking the stituents, as butter, cheesy matter and Thlst powder nnw varies. A marvel ol purity, There a a pleasant rain to dav, More economical than does the milk of the cow. But about the smart young catcher of an ama- strength and wbolrsomcneu. can not At t.Stolniureallro colt, money due when the than the ordinary kinds, and l sold Is a coat bUck years are the nnnl lot o' loafers and there is much difficulty in obtaining mip- - teur club, who was remarkable for catching compellton with the multitude of low tut .short volilsf'iulrd or0 usre parted with, llltck Hawtc E. H. BUKNSID1S, odtbls (Spring, II bands 3 weight Rood boj8 in front of Jvper store en plies A porcine mo'ber resists the appeal many batsmen out ou foul tip, even when cans. atuu or phosphate roJrrs SoMonlv tu IsebM high lie was sired by Caldwell's Young I'.oyalIUkimi Powoha Co, niaek Hawk, he r Velnclpode, lie by Robert son' Tiila Old ICC Wall Street, New York. Woll - Known Main atceet. Beauty can not tbe bit didn't seem to strike within three of the fairest milkmaids HiuitMon. he bv Iran. Mamuiolb. Ills dam was Hotol Still Maintains 1U byHUgaU'aDlack Hawk; 2d dam was railed by, There were seversl sklrrulshei here induce nor dexterity compel her lo yWd a or four inches of the ball. An investica 8111m Maxwell and wu an Imported jsck. niRn V. T. ti.l IHJH3K. overtbi election for school trustee? It la drop of her offspring's legitimate food, even tlon revealed the fact timt the catcher MMf THOMAS Z. BfOHHOW, AND Hbelbr Ctty. Ky. reported that the anery bystander is etill for the benefit of re'ence. Consequently, hsd a gum band attached to his glove, and Of Pulaski county, Is the Republican when he desired to foul out a man he would for JuJro In tbe 8th Judicial District. candidate picking the judee's ear out of his teeth. the son 'd milk U generally absent from It BhRll be rJecond to no Conntri FULLBIIOTIIEKN. It is reported here that there was a tests of milk analysis; and until these scru raise the bind with one fieger and when WILLI A 31 HEltXDOX, tumble fizht at McKinney Sat. p'os can be overcome, there is little chance the ball pasted under the bat release it. touch-sa- d Appolntaenti, or Atten- tion to Comfort of unlay at the election for school trustees, in of the rich dietcoming to market- .- Chica The band would snap 8rjm. 'he glove and Ot Lancaster, Is the Republican candidate for all within hearing wuulJ hear a supposed Attorney In tbe 8lh Judicial DIs. their Guests, which the judge pot hi ear.bit by an go Medical Times trlct. Election August 2d. foul tip. 5&ai eitlten. "fIf.,!,"L,l-,"tMt- a Mrs. Margtret Arnold, who wan born in aad fron tka Dli. W. H. PENNY, rilBrgTV. NMf il aernmrooiatlOBS Mr. D. 6. Johnnon teroried very low Augusta county, V , July 4, 1777, is yet "'!" DontlHt, with pnfcrjmonia last wek, according to Dr. living in n remarkable state of prceervation rto"s" HI ",U 8TANFOBDD, KY. by Hubble's Denmark, knavn On Tl. raac.of Lheorttnd Clears. Alcorn's statement at this writing:, is much near New Holland, Ohio She was married Office on Lancaster street, next door to Ihvb-suo- b Blred Cabbie's Ualoglon, Jocairar. office. Office hours from I to 12 a. rtrstdsm Mollis Mount by as bstler, Bnd Dunn, cOLGned to his bed eighty five years ago, and now lives with vj lajior a are, m. and 1 to S r. x. Anesthetics administered wbas ( iuu( arnger; 3d darn by Awiin,Denmark, which glees Miller's In time. Kidney diseases may be prevented Iifit-ly- r. awesarj. last week, wade his appearance here Mon- her youngest eon, who is seventy-tw- o him a douXt mw er"IA bttlikllU itoek in rAs vorU, years by purifying, renewing, aad Invigorating ! Ithdim byjlm Roll, oreof the Wi rsceboraraol day, though he looks rather frail. old and sprightly as a youDir man. Mrs his dsri Sth dam noted HadJle ins re brought thoblood with Aycr's Sarsaparllla, When, McCjrniack and J. T. Tbe noted brrcter, will Messrs. Etamett from Mrxlnla, pedigree unknonn Arnold has two sisters living In Iowa, one through debility, tho action of tho kidneys Tbey will make the raon of IMS at J.V. Far-rt- make tbe season ol I83S Boee'haYe shipped from this section up lo of whom is 112 and the other 100 years old, Is perverted, these organs rob tho blood rot one rail from tit in lord on the Hustonvllle at my stable 2 of mll.i (lilt Win. Doering & Co.'s Mowen, Bind- pike, old Udgc Is a dark brown, IS bands btgb, I ulh of Hustonvllle. oa date 1,250 laml, piyinu from 5 to 5 cents, an average for the three of 109 years, and Its needed constituent, aRmmcn, which U tbts spring and will stand at lbeIIustonllU0J Lib. irars erty turnpUe. AbdilUh delivered from the 1st to the 10:h of June, er and Reapers, parsed off in tho urine, while worn out a total of 327 vears $10 to Insure a Living Cull. hT ds vL".!' iiitl Jo17a.lmo. yet to shir. and haw several matter, which they thouW carry off from X tjv: ' Crnb Orchnrtl, - . Kentucky. (Utrsr King A citizen of Lincoln, HI., has a field of the blood, is allowed to recnatn. By tbe They report that Q. C Lynn had the bsst ? ??" htit will be llmlteil tots ruarr. at the ?? lIMn S, record 2 23'., same raU. lie Is 3 yean old this liprlng. Is a lot they have purchased this reason, averag- clover and a neighbor has several stands use of Aycr's Sarsaparllla, the kidneys f'.OOO.J 1 ycurgas hutlful bay, IS hands S Inches hlgk Will also i U ?,. a ,"rIS., IrM.S llevlew BIIU .USri arc restored to proper action, and AlbuOne Jsck, rtucd at same place a ing 9lf pounds, some weighing as high ss of bei The bet have filled their hives nai 1)0 tirst .i. i.:..7-.."""" or minuria, with the hcrjr from the clover blos 130 potteds fispiwr Doiuru. W dam Minerva soms, and now the owner of the clover Uuiurd. JH klinn 1.. HI I!, "i,.,."'.'."l -A Pretty Story About Miss foisom, At SS to Insure colt, money due at weaning time. '."' "", "U.liawwJtooua ah-of the honey on the demands a He la a blown Jack with white Cottage Broad and fresh dikes, Str 3 years o d k. Vi? flld.,!Uh. olnti, A. pretty etary, if one could believe it, is 11 waa elred Alktn'a Ice Oroam, Batter kept on ice, In June. IS hands high. bv Klnc PhtMlt.byhit rint told by KIdi William and be Pris correspondent of a Visn ground thi it came from ids field. Is prevented. W" Aycr's Sarsaparllla alto roJU .7' dam a lllaek aatln Jennet, she slrrd br 1'bll- - ki,dll5t n,1,!,r fresh and nice: Ice to retail; Ice-col- d .lt f0,1 lf"t na paper A chort time ago a matinee Cut glass is produced by first grinding llpacdheby King 1'nlllip, his wcwb1 data by ih.'i T.t1"1 UnJrr ,.h ,na',d,' ' I wovrrs. both b" prevents inflammation ot tho kidneys, and hare one of Older, Ginger Ale and Lomonade, More Castle More Ctitle Jiek Is a large grey Too wakjjven by tbe Dutchess Lamotte, the surface with wheels of stone, then with other disorders of tbeso organs. Mrs. Jos. '!f,l ".'' l,",J"n 'WWi'.IsM Don't forget tbst It Is headquarters for good But- I10.f M J. K. At J, It. FAHlllH. and arneg the guests vtai tbe charming wheels of iron, corerol with sharp rand VT. Weld, Torcst mil St., Jamaica Thin, ""k" nerer P'-- . I.OI AD ter ? ,n. r",,'?l a I2j.t , "",.,r" (llenm. fhn.i.h bride elaet of President Cleveland, then io and emery, finally with brush wBeels covMass., writes: "I have had a complicapat, llfl Lb,M. 1HHO . tssa. ow track "on r.i,.i.i i. .25 I wo l',on,b,: ""idling tlm" Paris casapMlnir bar trousiesu. Tbe youog ered with putty, a small stream of water in tion of diseases, but my greatest trouble & Crop. ofLand.JStock by II, Fope. of lloyle I' lady was tbe objictnf una nitrk of dis- eacb instance krpt running on the l1is to has been with my kidneys. Four bottles show. I so esli ,ny time 'call aed ',,, I will ofler at public sale In the hlgheVbldder of Ayer's SarsaparUla usadc me feel llko -l- ore bree ling rli,wbere. and ssre r.nir, f'rti the high aristocracy surrounded ber, reduce teat nf friction. tinction, U Jlllli IZth, Us8, my Frm n new person; as well and strong as poss,.omol the l,t ,unUng and IreltlnJ ofM Acres, situated near the Danville pike. In and the,$9 was much talk of her positioc W. M. McDonald, 10 Summer St., Lincoln county, 3 miles frojr Hlanfanl and on tbe ecr." t"1' A Ltii; Inland man who recently died, (geHIng rutuurr) superior county road One lady, tbe daughter in law of the '7 u usele n'f h stands fur the suiali sumef tone lo tbe and Iloston, M.iM.,bad been troubled for years caster pike. lead'ng Irom tbe alUnelllestate Lan- gon.1 Tin land Is In of cutcondoled with Miss left a brqueft cl $500 to a New Jersey Dacbesie de Persigny, with Kidney Complaint. By tho uo of ttfatlOn. i..leDclDf exrplll.nl. Ihiplnn. .. I..M .M.l -: "" r -'. .i.i. my odun ourneii uown" recenl llr Lut in. The tit ot trailers, riud era and mere fsney and $10 tho Soason or $12 50 to Insure. FolBom because she would have uo title as church on condition that the church bell """ Ayer'-- . S irsnpurilla, he n out omer pattern Is on the ground rM.lv f..r KkII.IIm I will ala stand my tlnejack. Srst clats Kislerr, btrs- - than aay (itbr tlllnn should be rcjllrd for him on each annivpr- The outbuildings are goo.1 The plaie Is well wt. In Kentucky, will mike tbe inuon of ISIS fojr the wife of a republican President. "All eredand there la a splendid orchard. Will alro miles west of Stsnlopt, dlrertjy on the Knob Ltck would b well, only you will have no title," sary of hi death. In the event of this toll offer forenle all kinds of farming Implements and pike, and will, on account of the depression orer machinery, horses aud cattle, bogs, household and etrrrlblng. Iw penuliled t) scrre mare at tbe At $ to o Insure, He Is is bands S lucl,M i.t.h eha'said; "you will only bs called Mrs. ing being omitted on any anniversary the the dUi-asfrom n:imliv; a fatal form, kitchen e heirs my demand of the church tho $500. r..s,L".:"ka" n.ucJ''r'? breeder II. but was restored to perfrwt health. John of sale. furniture. TermsT. male known on dar extremely low price ot Cleveland." "Butthat name Is onlv foratrau-gera,- " (IJMt Stanford. J. will sere, jeoo-- li at IM. nneciais II at. m, thre. of hll -- N.Y.Her.ld. McLoIIju, cor. Bridge mid Third its., was the answer of the fair American; $lo the Season or $120 to Insure. tolti from jenaeta that do honor lo Lowell, Mass., writes : 'Tor several years . Mare nartr.1 i... "the President has for intimacy conferred A bsautiful yellow flower known aa the i.7..: iih msres" l,re.t' list 'wm uue (IrsM furnished at 15 per month Due care taken rk, I suffered from Djspoptla and Kidney ! ?"" ' remlnde.1 that my to cut ent accidents or er.ap, but will nut be Is due ma a very particular title." Every- California poppy, which grows profusely utd. ar upon ,xp, Complaint, the latter boing so severe at Care taken to p,tTenl iceld.nts, should any occur. butnot won. body looked up curiously, and blushiog on the hills near Napa, Cal., contains a Description and lrilgri Nobby Is a Jot black slide should any ociur. times that I could scarcely attend to my star lo forehead and two white fret, IS bands hlga, K . MI'O IV n fit, We will hold ojr annual Fair on the deeply, Mies Foisom added, "He calls me large percentage of opium. It is said ili''l work. My appetite was poor, and I was hands 1 Inch high, fine mane and tall, bony leg. beautilul head and neck, excellent ahouldt-r- . darling. Can a wife desire a better that the Chinwe steep them and mate much emulated; but by uIng lis back and loin In Isct, faultiest In srmtnetry, and title? The hostess embraced her amiable a sleep producing draught ! will gusrajilui there Ucxu t lire a stalllou a better disposition, and thte rjualltlee guest, remarking, "You are right, ard you ar Tilt he latarlably Imparts to bis progvnr. Nobby la Little Girl "On, Johnny, what dote the the sire ot ot Nobby, Jr , recoid i'X. and sold iwn make tbe kmkio of appear so me as if you would keep the title tor aj.ooo, when handled very little. One of hi IMS at my l.lrery Stable verb 'to monkoy' meat?" Woods Mall of your life."-P- all to the end colla trotted last inason, with little training, In n.Slanford, Ky,, and w Little Boy "Why, Kate, don't you kaow l 33 and one In 2 31, and was sold 2 IS. another In 2 pertnlttni to aerre a Where It was held last year. Kor frrfl,3di. Uls sucklings wore In Ilea at the limited nuinbsrolma'cis at what that mesne? Ma says that's about Hustonvllle and Danville Fairs over rings of twen Tare followAScnooLUr on Wobic A MST OP PIIKMI17M8, Nobby all that pa does since we have a hired C., t7 and twenty-fou- r colte.Basil wattire, by d $15 tlio Nckhoii. my appetite and dlgestiou Improed, und o Chief, the air of Dike, 2 2i4; ing was oae of the compositions handed to girl "Newman Independent. Write for circulars. Knl Crook. 2J3'4, Bill Arp, Due when Hippy, my health has been perfectly restored." service are rn-2- Prof. Staata recently by John Q. Walsh, 2 31; (iarrarlCbUl by Uambrlno Oulel, aire of in insure a """"w Sold by all Druggists. Bucklen's Arnica Saire. J. V. r.JinilV, VrenUXcnt. ana Thorn, 2lVi. wool ford Mambrlno, 2 2I, ucisu,Ineivi due whan tv.. ..,,. Idy rbal. Jr., of Gakn, a youngster who had avi luare otbcnuttb 2.0 list. First dam by Frank; J.B. WALK Kit Bccretarr. d m to imdi i iitTm ;:r. ' r. : The beat Slre In tbe world lor Cuts. Bruise I'rlco $1 ; Six bottles, $5. 2d dam by Aratus, 3d dam br ltjsdrk's Hamhle- got the labor question down fine dent? """ lu? ruuu ntn.iii. tuiiii: i fiiUtllll Sores, Bait Bheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped Ionian; ilh aam by viomeue. Aonur'a dam a o.ii.. wt.llxasil niiigi I l""- ni I rvtdl.ienna bay, Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell. h.nds blgh.ofBre.t iiotte V thorougbbreil mare, eald to bo br Imp. Tranby Work. I hate work so do a great many Hands, Chilblains, Corni and all Skin Ernptlsns, ",cn bu lartlug with luarrs shall forfeit the lusurance Mass., U. S. A. ether people I know. It is a good thing to and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, I, In a1leeiand a Ken retained on all rolls until 2, with little hand Ing at .ir...i. oir a. la guaranteed to give perfect eatliAictlon, or money eervtce charge la pall For further information, terpart of Alcyone, " get rid. of when you can. Generally tbee .. ' bui T call oacr address V. I.. CHOH', -Mej uvprr raj refunded. Price 25 canH per box. For tale bj "nu u" " Darz ,Jl00 Inc aUo iu ilmllsf and Or W. M. McAraa,; people that work the hardest get tbe lesst Penny 4 McAlliter. Fine Lincoln lstbaamreu0T from 111! Farm. Mare n, l MM,. y. Mtanrort. nZL... ..'""." llYt that I'hllTbomnsoii I. pay. Mja are now striking to work very Wonderful Cures. o'd that has been h.ndleJlsH; e The heirs of Leo Harden, deceased, will sell at little & t pay vory big. A handy way to public auction lo the highest bidder, without re. Y. D. HoytA Co., wholesale and retail Drug-gilr. Indiana, ind Is a worthy namesake ot royal serre, at tbe resident e ou tbe premise , on git rid of work is never be around where it ot Rome, Oa., say: "We havo been selling To strengthen tlio stomach, create an is. A orate many people are asham to Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bitters and tk h" Thurstlriy, 'hi " 21, 18SO, nppctlte, and rcmovo tho borriblo Uepres-flo- n This fine stallion will work for their living & eay that they don't Bucklen's Arnica 8alve for two years. Ilave ntv-e- r Danville Wllk Is by Lyle'a Oeo 2 o'clock p. m. tbe Farm on which tbe late Leo make the season ol IStrt at and despondency vrliich result from At give such handled goods that my p'joe, three mile Irom "kS'.ddl. In universal satisfaction. sell u well, orbeen some Harden resided. hat to vrarfc, but do It for their health be 0IC,".T.V'? There hare Indigestion, there is nothing so effectho lliisrsa lertlle and finely waterr-- 1 body of Htanibrd on tbe Htanlord Trumpeter; 3d dam Aratus; 4th this towj some men let their wire work wonderlul cures effected by these medicine in this ns Aycr's nils. Tlieo rilh contain no uiuu, t muiwiionn or niaoroM ana 1 mile from ADanellls pike, at Ilowland, on tbe I. A N. "tlr 6,b fcMp.".l.nTn s til traco htm furtner Into for what they eat, while they eay they are city. Several easei of pronounced Consumption calomel or other poisonous drug, net is aaplendld brick home, Kallroid. The residence $15 to Insn.ro a Mare the thoroughbred ciulalnlog eight rooms n'""""-- . and there are tbe uiual outbuildings orchard, Ac tbe dam o looking for work & where any can be found baTe been entirely cured by the uso ol a lov botdirectly on tho dlgcstlvo and asslmllatUe in Foal. pg The placo will first b offered In three parcel', tles of Dr. Klcg's New Discovery, taken In connecorgans, and restore health and strength to and then as a whole, and that bid acceptid they charge so much that they don't git it tion with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them "" which lltlii black, foale.1 tho entire system. T. V. Bonner, Chester, produces tho most monoy. The three parcels are, U.slxtesn bands high,Inby William Wlcb. by d" When I say I dou't like to work I tell the alwaya. Bold by Penny A McAlliter. -' (I) 1st. About 45 Acres east nf the railroad. Kjsdjke's Hambletnnlao; 1st dam Kate by dill's I'a., writes: "I have utcd Aycr's I'llls 2d. HflV AereiOff Of ihnH W. rar.iav nf ,i. truth. But If I do half to work I shall do dii utu uuck own uy liim ,r(vnui; An Enterprising, Reliable House. ionKarm, adjoining Bartow aj4 fronting J 10 yards on shire, by for tho past 30 years, arid nut satisfied Imp. Yorkshire; 3d dam Little Emily by slble should any occur. it liqe a rata and not run away from it like the Lanraiter pike. Penny McAIlster can always be relied upon 110-i, Rner, or dip. Wagoen 4th dim huillr Brutal I should not havo been allvo If It Sd. The balance or the Farm, about 250 Acres, A. T. XVXNElr.KY, rttanford. Middletown Mercury. br Una. Ler athan; othdam by Packolet: Athdaiu not only to carry la stock the bsst of everything some peapledo. had not been lor them. They embracing the bulla Inks. ; by (irandrlver; 7lh um or larylaml but to secure tbe Agency fortucb articles as bare TKKWS Tbe Und willlo'il lir th .pr n.l Hllky, br aim Among the circuit judges who will retire juriejcd to rurcbaer; oue.fourlli cub, balance sin dam by llannllnl; 9 h Bruce'byHiud Book, Cow. merit, and are popular with the peo Vol. tn IbrMiqual Inilallincnta at 0 Hand IS mouths, el. (Spa Kotlv Hped in close of their present ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of being alVermont Is fil with One INmbloutnlsn good a rery from the beach at the with 0 percent lium day of sale, foeussloa of l,pa sItIm and lion- -, action bouse, garden stable Iota and outbuildings glren term are W. L. Djlaney.of Bjwling Green; ways enterprising and ever reliable. Having seThe Combined Bullion atone; of tbe balance of ihefanu In the autumn sired Wllllan Welch, with ofprivate reeord of 25. cured the Agency for tbe celebrated Dr. King's Vermont bolug a grand son Ilyntyke's Hamble-IoniaM, H. Owsley, of Lancaster; Charles A If time for seeding. mo of Dyspeiisla when all other remedies the grandeet sire living, and GUI's VerNew Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a 131-J2. Ml. II A i 1EK, Agent. mont combined, backed by thorough blood, ought Hardin, of Harrodsburg, and H. F. Finley, positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and failed, and their occasional uso has kept ! to make a Una stock bnrse. and Dalaney every affection ot the Throat, Lungs and Cbeit, Williamsburg. Oa-tleof mo la a healthy condition ever since." Fotled Mar 8. issa. I will also stand at the same place a floe Jack, HITHSrsHlBT star; lehanJsblgb; extra heavy maw and Imp. Vlctaw. L. N. Smith, Utlea, N. Y., writes : will go back to the practice of the law; Har- and to show our confidence, we lnvlta you to call ui I srmiaetrlcal in form. wlU superior itS'tr ijoth ' TttoM. noniNsos. and get a Trial Botlle Free. (I) havo used Aycr's nils, for Liver troubles haracai and under saddle. Ho slfed' din will devote himself lo literary work, nob lsflumpter Denmark, he by Oo,Iddirr.Vi! and Indigestion, a good many years, and Positive Cure for Piles. and Finlsy will likely make the race for uiaiB, ueriyualoas A Cromwell's Denmark h. havo always found them prompt and ny tne the raca horn Inmark, To the peopled this county we would say that he Congress in the Eleventh district. The inim. ported Uedgeford efficient In their nctlou." Richard Norrl, lit dam lir Mill..,.' r. we have been given the Agiooy of Dr. Uarchlal's dications are that the Hob. Willis Reeves Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed niua, na rd.lm"MoS,"V"w.hJ! Lynn, Mass., writes : "After much sufferFlorliel, 2d im br will succeed Dulaney; Hon. J. W Alcorn to cure or monoy refunded Internal, External, by old Drennon. (ireedV.V wiiY ing, I have been etired of Dyspepsia and uk. ioiC tSS rrmco noisesse more Denmark blool will follow Owslev; Hon. W. E. Russell Blind, Blooding or Itching Pitts. Price 60c a box. Liver troubles all'n?.".! t 'l1" ?..'. 1 L"1, will put n Hardin's gown and Hon. Robt. For sale by Penny A McAIlster, Druggists. morsflmTsaddieandbrnat Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Bsyd will wrap himself In Fioley's mantle We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a Ca- (Times. The saddle stallion, tboltcon,a Female Bemedy, t cure Female Dis The underground railway in Brooklyn is eases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Aycr's rills. They havo dono mo more estimated lo cost five million dollars. A Ulceration, Falling add Diiplatennnt er bearing good than any other mcdloine I havo ever taken." John Burdett, Troy, Iowa, miles an hour is prom down felling, Irregularltle,!Barrenncss, Change ot speed of thirty-fi- ve h rlch mahocony bay. isli haridablgb. !' lieaTy mane and tall, fa strictly UaJ Llfe,Leuchorrhoea, besides many weakrieuessprlng-lo- g PlifVTGr, JLOlllSVlLliE. writes: "For nearly two years my llfo ised The fare will be five centa over the nd ISi?".0'' " and " nnr. from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spiaauaier, was rendered mlscrablo by tho horrors of ..i. whole road. It will take a person twenty nal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, p - .'B-a-. H nklltl,Mlli.l..fc. Dyspepsia. Medical treatment afforded or that ciiull For tale by DrugJgkjfpfkw'fl 6iul, minutes to go a distance which now oocu Palpitation ot tbe Heart, ft". tftlSK .iM.f?L",7"J.J"-ct?- a me only temporary rcllof, and I becarao r.aata7vlflla rSH .ffTlit ifi sir gists. Prlcesflandfl 80 Dr. ISPF I TO S HaY.. "W a"XI unrwul ih.lV plea two hours in passing over. Tbe road J B. Marchlst, Utlcn, N. peKbottle, Send to free. reduced In flcs'j, uud very much debili,1 Tho fine Imported Norman stallion, will make tbe Jii rlnks'from ThVoldm'tV tb7 ion 1 Y., r pamphlet, n VOrai Uo U bigb-ta- lt style on twth 'W.rav HKos,, For ahrt)v Penny A McAIlster, Druggists. liailin Ol J. PI will have an average depth of tweuty-tw- o tated. A frlina of mine, who had been in generation, U backod up by thoro7h i.l'!l,'",u pwyinumai in mile Irom Stanford' WraV. St bredslaird both Cottsge." I'A at on flktfon till lltrif fn.i side, making similarly affliV.ed, advised mo to try feet. The roof of the tunnel will be white tb piitlicaiidJiow ratu WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liv sprightly In gait In'lorm and nlsK.JtoSJVod! atonii lh lr.1iv'Ml FirU'OU DollarHlheNeaaou, tbe light er Complalntr Shtlob's Vltallzer Is guaranteed to Aycr's Pills. I did fa, and with the 1. porcelain brick, which will reflect WsiilredbyHumpter Denmark. th Tilr. e cia.flllilira. Prince Denmark, (as given a. 1., SMirrr. happiest results. My food soon censed to enreyou. For sale by M. L. Bourne. Brooklyn Eagle. Iusure a Champo la dark of tbe electric lamps. k Ohio. jJm Wallace, he by ToJhUDter's Sir . ,,t JWHrUr ...fr' to blab, we Colt. 1.6JO pounds a and Isgray, Br Albert (thoroughbred) above). will.ci bT distress me, my appetite returned, aud I gbi THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly VH bands alx 2j d vfrslolu's 'vi'.aiiWfi years bid the 23th ot Msy next. He la of One style Br cured by Sblloh't Cure. We guarantee It. M. L. f,r Tranbr, thorouihlrSi becamo as strong and woll as ever." Bishop McTyeire, In presiding at the re aud action, good la tbe loins, well ribbed and (dm.ofVln,,niif Maaon'a Wh'ip, the celebrated Bourne, large body, with well shaped shoulder: head 5dd.m . Ithl? cent general conference of the Southern THE REV. (KO, II. THAYER, of Bourbon w!i set 00. He waa fmpdrtd by O. W. 8Mb. Sl'VS b!?".m.m Sk h season of I88S at hi Hold A Co., ol Blcoroliiirlnn lll.Bept bandied a gavel made of wood Iod.,iars: 'Both myself arid wife owe our lives Methodists, 1. 163J 1TK,I I ,Jb VA K KFI L It, "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." from the tree, that grows by "Stonewall" toBHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE. For sale (ltinlU. TlirKiilHltanil rilvHh! JmlUUon r Jackson' grave at Lexington, Va, Tbe at M. L. Bourne's. A , MffirK tii o r a . t- -. .r ! vjinUi .AKE YOU MADE miserable by Ill recetee w I'Jtl'.rAIIKD HY ftS! SoT embrscn the ooffin and no roota of the tree 'Chic hrWrrUKMuiUfc'",! Mh nlabed it reasonable ratea, t , f.l?a' UrSbefore i.j't.,-- Dlxzlneu, Loss ot Arpetire, Yel.'ow be paid foT DB. J, C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Hau. iihri.rh, ti. .V doubt found fertilization in the dust of the 8klnr Shlloh's VIUHisr is a positive cure. For h NAME PA Of all kinds for sale as rbean as the very cheapest. For salo by all Dnrglvts. l"tiot wlll u,irw IneuranreT tho sals at M, L. Beurns's, dead. I'leasaglve ms eull befi-- e hiii.in '. at t by Um'ii t '. :,. rrvSir The fashion in Texas. When a boy from the country 7 ? aa B0Y4 mm Amcojvi JlSWJGIs! !T0 MACKINAC. Summer Tours. naw. y, bn 'I Hal-cor- n, hrt -- repre-sentin- "AKS mw Absolutely Pure. p,. c, POWDER MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KV. Propr and itoputation, o. su-Ci- r, there-fore-'tfi- SLACK HAWK! ScSU - K Be Warned Silt Edge &Silver King . B. HARRIS, Ag't Abdallah Gloncoo ", car-loa- Go to J. T. Harris 7 rj Bright's Disease STEVE WALKER, " '' iwi Tlo'KV" sCar "W !. mut-iC3- hnD' .!. " ow-,.- ?i Sale ?P' "'' Mclily, -- Prevented MoELROY, i,.il, ."jn.iiw -:. Kirksvillo Fair .."''" 2Scl and 2411. of July, Ijurnam Grove, gl, Ga-zett- Sarsaparllla ATER'Si Danvillo Wilkes ttar-rar- 2J, Mara-brln- 127-t- "j-vxutl- -,. ... PUBLIC SALE ts INDIGESTION Jfounly June i.' y""llS" Vermont Hamblotoniau. v,;'JJ Uv'bVafKL ". ' rv I'ha-Dlx- la, fam-l.J- L aWmTro.,,D,, ..fcS?cn '"'- to-la- y, a well-kno- Cured bold-goin- g STALLI0NSP0R 1886. td y Prince Iciimark I,ii.,vi..a.i,l CH A1YEPO ! By Using iMwyii zi t' . isssHssHPBIsHscul. $'& WALLACE DENMARK. J. gBBSSSsSsSsH UtKBKIKM '"' nu"' m. ,'!. 1 Ayer's Pills, PENNYROYAL P!LLS fc Indigestion-Constipation- .'"' ltf 1 .!' T- r- Ulll l.siiKi.voA IJll...i. tiS.i-- j. orC-l- ta STKlir.K C.tRVEATEK.