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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886062201 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. Semi P t JflU Thar Met Again A mfeffuf Convention 04RRAHD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. unfit m NO. 135. DB. "W. VOL. XIV. Love Story, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1886. The Lebanon i VtlbllHhcil Tit cut it u a ntitl -- AT t'rttlitv 83 PEUA.NNUM, OA.WH. It understood If w. credit that 11.80 will be Petted and d.mauded. W. P. WALTON. SNANFORD FEMALE COLLEGE, Fretldeat A, 8. l'.xton promised on the night of the closing exerctfes of (be College to hare the following published, but failed to hind it in in time for the last Issue: COLLTOUTE DLTARTMENT. The following are the name, of those, who in thii department obtained the combined mark of 05 or npward on any ttudy: Annie Alcorn, Attronomy, Phytioiogy, Geometry, Trigonometry aad Men.uration of Surface, and Bolide Jennie McKlnnty , Latin, Alge bra, Geometry, Aitroootny, Physiology, Natural Ilistory, Literature, Mental Phi-m- ; Julia Tapicott, Dictionary, Latin, Algebra; Geometry, History, Khetorlc, Arithmetic; Annie Duon, Latin, Algebra, Geometry, rhUIoloaT, N.tural Hl.lory, Dadderar, Dictionary, Latin, Algebra, Geometry, Natural Hlitory, Literature; May Helm, Dictionary, Geome try, Phy.iologr, Natural HUtory, Literature, Menial I'nlloKophr; Eama8aufley, Latia, Algebra, Geometry, I'hiaiulogy, Nat ural IlUtory, Hhttorlr; Mary Alcorn, Algebra, Attronomy, Phyiaiology, Rhetoric; Louise Bailey, Geometry, Polslology, Literature; Braste Held, Phyaiology, Rhetoric; L!xx!e Farrlo, Geometry, Physiology; Bessie Richard, Dictionary, Phyaiology, Geography; Matlie VanDireer, Phyaiology, Natural Hittory, Literature, Annie Hiughtuao, Algebra, Arithmetic; Maggie Hwinehroed, Physiology, Rhetoric; Ellen Wearen, Phyaiology, Literature; Mannie A ford, Dictionary; Mary Bright, Latin, Phy!oloy. Arithmetic; Tillle Hall, Rhetoric; Lou Dann, Rhetoric; Fozte Pennington, Eng-lla- h Grammar; Bewle Richard, Dictionary, Phytiology, Geography; Ella Shank, Phyilology, Geography; Rboda Portman, Physiology; Minnie Rupley, Phyaiologr, Geography; Linda Oviley, Lttic; Kiltie Btugbmtn, Algebra, Pnytloloxy, Geography. Lltera-tare;Loua1 a, DrrORTMEKT. Louana Dudderar, Linda Owsley, Julia Taptcolt, Minnie Rapl.y, Maggie Swine brotd, Mary Wharton, Mttie VanDe-Vee- r. Whispering in tcbosl caued many of the pupil to fall to reach 0." in diportment; alto requiring mathematics and .palling to be included in the Hit of 'Certificate of IIooir"cued miny to fait in obtaining it. ' rasuAnY and rnErAtu-MR- utpiur- - MEXTd. Honorable mention ia made of the fol lowing girl, ri)ie cnmbln.I urk is 95 or upward i. The elimination utrk count one-thi- rl in otablnttw wit's arerage teuton tttaltnf. SUS and a pupil mty not rttcH it, an I ..ill her atanl-in- g b. ferr creditable: la Stalling, Rvi ing, Anih-netic- , Gnreplir, Hutorr and EaglUl) Grammar, Ltndt Ortlty and Let-t- ie McrCinney; Ruling, Arithmetic, Uio Grammar, nl raphy, ?IIitofy Annie Green aad Iltlen Siuflir; Arithmetic, Utjrphy, Uiuorr anl EadlehGran mar, Clara Ltckey and Dillie McRtbarte; Spelling, Goxrapiy, Hlitory and Eali.h t7 Grammar, Lint Him'nn; Spelling, Arith metic, Uogrpn, UhUry, bila t runt Orand Finy 8ank; Bpollinr, ography nnd Arltbmttlc, Mary Pizton and Vlrgn B)wmin; Arilhmatlo, Gtofraphy, English Grammar, Annie Hale and Alpha Tyree; Arithmetic, Geography, History, Ophelia Lickey, Sjile Biughman, Montie Harrl; Susie Newlani, Spelling; Spelling, Geography, Mary Bruce, Arithmetic, Craig, Martha Mary Kate Alcorn, Rout, Maggie Ilrlgh; Spelling, Reading Arithmetic, Marr Dadderar; Arith metlc, Gaagraphy, Ealiah Grammar, An ITUtory, Eig'Uh nio II tit; Geography, Warren; Gaoinphy and Grammar, Jennie Engllih Grammtr, Mtttle Riohe.ter; G o raphy, Arithmetic, Hillle Hokr; Gaoz-raphHi.tory, Mtrie Warren; Geography, Nannie Van Dj Veer; Arithmetic, BetiU Pherlgo; Ge5rpnT, Enle Birch; Arithmetic, Annie Strauh Ti.rhla tn Eilii They stood together under the wavinu branches of a mighty elm on the banks of a linging brook, one fa'r.sweet night in June A calm and holy joy wa. ia her fair young face the joy that come, to a maiden lor ing and beloved. She looked up into his handsome face with such a proud, tender, trustful look. Her hand rested confiding! y in hi.; soft and low were the words she spoke; words that no ear but his should hear. And hel Ah, me, and ah met Would I oouid give to the face and heart of every young man the calm, sweet, holy joy that face portrayed, that heart reveled in. He iivedaad loved. L'fe teemed like a summer tei btfore him. Ah me, and ah mel That aver storm should come that ever rude blaitt thould aetail; that ever heart should bretkl Well, well, and again I say, well, wet I Live and loves end every day, live and lovei like theie. Livers part to meet no more; heirU break and are forever tad. 8te spoke. "Adelbtrt," .he sighed, her voice like the faraway tinkling of evening bell, "and mutt this be? Must we, 0, Adelbtrt, mutt we be torn apart? 0, Adalbert, mt poor' heart wilt break!" "Courage, my sweet one, courage," be taid, with trembling voice and quivering lip, "Itahall nit bt for long I go to the golden tf.it to mike a home, humble at it may bj, fur me beautiful bride! Have courage, me life. We shall meet again " "Yet, yet, ye," ahe cried, quickly and paatlonately, "re thall meet again. Oh, Adalbert, were it not for that blessed aMur-anc- e I chould die, I thould did Heaven b. prilied, we shall meet agalt!" Oae passionate, thrilling, ioyoui, manly, burning kite on her white llni and he waa one, leaving her in a swoon on the banks or tbe maraiuring stream under the tender light of tbe pitying tai. He was gone! And be didn't come btck. Various Justice of the neaee and rnnnlv Judge know why. The "golden Wett" eeemed one or a doten too manv for hlrt. A man who met him In Lsadville ten years later Mid he wa. the toughest looking old pill h ever eaw in all the born days of bis life. He had lived in six diflerent mining earapt and bad married iu each of them. The six deserted rire4 were so glad to get rid of him to make any fus. over his blga-mlttirregularities. He was free to so back to hit first love now if ht would. After fifteen years he thought he would. And thi? Had tbe bten faithfu ? Had her heart broken? Wat the lying under the dailies on the bank of thai stream where first she told her love? Ah, me! We shall tee! A woman, a great big, woman, It bend-ingna wath-tubia little hick room between the street of an Eastern city. She it doing out "a bit of washing" for her nine small children, while the butband basks on his back in tbe sunshine br her .Id. He it smoking; so it the. Four do 11. at her feet. The children are "raising Cain" in the front of the home, but she beeda them not A man is coming through the alley with a twjwheeled, ahaky and un. certain cart and a tbakier old blind horse, He it crying: 'Uit-teL- . bjt tels, .' r aags and hot Id to buy! Bot-telbot ic ver n bil-teUs, One reads the proceeding, of tho Lbn on convention with something more than partisan disgust, for it was not an irdina't political convention seeking mere prr v spoilt, but a convention to nominal Judge, a Judge who will review the rrnr and thortcominga of the inferior court, and past finally on the lives and properly of our citizens, Out of all the turmoil and disorder comen a nominee, in himself worthy to wear the honor, a lawyer of capacity, a gentleman of integrity. His opponent, too, was, in all that goes to make a good Judee, ht. equal; yet each was forced to wade through the mire to reach the judgment seat. What Is to be tbe end of all thi ? Ia there a lower depth to thi. low deep? If we are to lift the bench above these party passion; if it is not to be the prize of chicanery and rowdyism and injustice; if one's title is to be above reproach, not open to question, what it tbe remedy for it all? For surely some remedy it needed. We cannot pick figs from thistles. We can not expect a atieam to be purer than its fountain, We hare fixed in our Constitution a its-terof electira judiciary, but there is nothing in the written Constitution of the Slate, nothing in the unwritten constitution of the parties which can justify such rioting and rowdyism as were witnessed at Lebanon. The tactics employed by one contestant were exactly those of the other; success doe. not justify them on the one hand, nor does defeat relieve tbe other .of all responsibilities. Those who appeal to a convention must abide by the decision of that convention. But are the people to be forever cbntent with this method of choeing tbeir judicial officers? Surely party managers can devise a better, a fairer, a cleaner method than this, but if the task is too great for these practical politician, the people themselves must take It in hand and see what they can do to lift the bench out of the mire of partisan politics. ("Courier-Journn al. Lancatter. STAMFOBDD, KT. In this week'. Central Kentucky Ketcs Offle. on Lancaster street, next door to lt- riob Journal Jiidije M. H 0 .ler, of thl pl.c, will an ic.and 1 to 6 r. office. OBc. hours tromS to 13 a. M. Anesthetic administered wbu neooMtry, ilSMyr. nounce himself a otndidatn f r Jiidtr. of tho Court ol Ai'ii-.- N fur int. di.irlcc to succeed Judge Pryor. voaMis. LliU Htird, a Mason-countbelie, i. thitKUeat of Mies Birtie Collier. Mr. Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, Bind ers and Reapers, Siinuel B II arris has returned from whither he went to be treated for Crab Orchard, - Kentucky. Ul-leye trouble. Col. B. M. Burdett I. in Clav county gauging brandy. Tne delegate! from tills place to tbe ! late lamented Lebanon Ojnrentioa are rery reticent of wbat occurred there W e will bold our aaoual Fair on the Euougb information has been elicited from them, howerer, to warrant us in saying that they heartily condemned the outraAT TUB geous proceedings. Anent the Greenwood trip: Woods Grove, "Wbatli that, mother I" "A soldier, my dear; Wbrr. It waa held last year, For LDE ittTTTlu XXmtlBt. D. PBNNT, wv II. K. TAYLOR, uiuuuao iajuhu.ii a candidate ofBuperintendsnt of Public ang VCUIWII11U OMIH LUQTBDIlOn. Instruction, or the offles sublict THOMAS Z. BlOItllOW, Of Pulaski county, la tbe Republican eaadldata for JuJe in the 8lh Judicial District. O. B. HABRIS, Ag't -- WILLIAM UEHNDOIV, 01 Lancaster, Is the Republican candidate for Com- monwealta'a AttOrnnr In th. ftili TnJlnl.l Lou-Isrill- e, trlct. Election August 2d. lii. Kirksville Fair NEWCOMB HOVXUL MT. VJSBNON, KY. This old and Houl u .tin m.i talnlngita fin. reputation. Chan Special attention to tbe Uareilng public. well-kno83-6- qi 23cl and 2 Jttli of July, Bumam J, r. XEtrcOJtn, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. ICE! ICE!! ICE! Iwllldellavr Ice to regular customers In Stanford aad Tldatty .rery morning it You will alwsyi find him staadlng here, Talking about hi. Greenwood trip; Pulllnr the military fuzz on his Up, Saying, '.b, bat I'll fool you,' and otbsr cut. thlnp-IJe's w.r-itory A M8T OF PREMIUMS, AC, Write for circulars. B. WALKER, Secretary. One Cent Per Pountl. Accountadue.t the close of each month, when rustom i r quits. or soldier and a "Will be shoot, mother?" "Well, 1 should shout; Il.'llaboetoff bis lip for all that Is out." a Qreenwood J. F. EX MIX, Pretltlent. td brings. 1Mtf K.K.nAnnorr. & Crop. Rer. Cbas. Reid is doing erangelical A Stricken Joumoltt. A recent issue of the Texas 2 romionc contains a touching tribute to the memory of Mrs. Spinner, the wife of the talented edi- UU! Uii-te- lt Rdin, The woman hies micklv awav to a bar and fills her apron with empty bottles. "Here you!" the shrieks. "Hire'- -" She ttopsand looks at the man. Ha look at her. There is recognition in both their face.. Heart pictires and memories are never cUiceil. ' Well, I'll be domed," eaid he. rel in a corner of the yard So'lll'saidthe. They had met again Detroit Free rrei. Too Enquirer ia entitled to the premium s.vea-uppioit a. follows: "The marriato certificate of Grover Cleveland and Frances Folsom show, that the former ia forty nine year, old and the latter twen'y one. As we all know, ' fig ures do not Hi," and, as we have learned from the alchemist, the figure 7 it particularly luckv. Now, if one reflects that the bride', age is 3 timet 7 and that the groom's age is 7 times 7, and that the difference be tween them is 4 times 7, he will see how lueky they ought to be." rnr A tor. He say. feelingly: "Thus my wife died. No more will those loying hands pull off my boots and part my back hair as only a true wife can. Nor will those willing feet replenish the coal shed or water pail. No more will she arise amid the tempestuous storm of winter and hie away to the fire without disturbing the slumber of tbe man whodottd on her to artlessly. Her memory .embalmed In my beart of hearts. I wanted to embalm her body, but I found that I could embalm her memory cheaper. I procured of Ell Midget, a neighbor of mine, a very pretty grare stone. His wife rrr.s consumptive, and he kept it on hand for several years In anticipation of her death; but the rallied last spring, and his hopes were blasted. Never shall I forget the man's grief when I asked him to part with it. "Take it 8pinner, and may you never know what it is to have your soul dfap pointed as mine has beer!" and he buret in to a flood of tears. His spirit waa indeed utterly broken. "It had the following epitaph engraved upon tbe tombstone: "To the memory of Tabitha, wife of Motes Spinner, E q., gentlemanly editor of the Trombone. Terms, $3 a year in advance A kind mother and an exemplary wife Office over Coleman', grocery, up two flights of stairs. Knock hard. We shall miss thee. Job printing solicited." Thus did my lacerated spirit cry out in agony, even as Rachel weeping for her children. But one ray of light penetrated the depair of my soul. The undertaker took his par in job printing, and the sexton owed me a little account I should not have gotten any other way. Why should we pine at the mysterious ways of Providence and vicinity? (Not a conundrum)," Texas Sif tinea. Kentucky Fairs. Kirksville, July 23, 2 days. Hustonrille, July 23, 3 days. Harrodsburg, July 26, 4 days. Danyille, August 3, 4 days. Richmond, August 10, 4 days. Lawrenceburg, August 17, 4 days. Columbia, August 17, 4 day. Maysyilte, August 18, 4 days, Covington, August 18, 4 days. Stanford, August 23, 3 days. L'xington, August 31, 6 days. Falmouth, August 31, 5 days. Budstown, September 1, 4 daye. Bowling Green, Septembor 1, 4 days, Paris, September 7, 5 day. Somerset, September 14, 3 days, Glagow, Septembar 29, 4 days. work in Bath and Rowan counties. He will likely be engaged all summer. Rer. Geo. Worth Yancey left Wednesday to hold a meeting at Rjckport, Indiana. There were no serricea at the Christian church 8unday incinsequence. Eld. Yancey will return this week. Rer. Mr. Poyn-te""' of Midwrr. occupied the nulnit t tho t. Methodlet church Sunday in tbe absence of iver. morris .brans, wbo is making a tour of Texas and the Southwest in the interests of bis echool, Garrard Female College. Returning to Lancaster after an absence of five weeks reveals tbe fact that the KeuiuckVs Iionte East enterprising citizens of the city have not Washington, Philadelphia and been negligent in making improvements. Bourne's New Draff and Book Store. Now York. Rev. Jesse Walden has an.elegant new e Tho only line running on Lexington a reel nearly ready to -- A NEW- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS be occupied. Mr. C. C. Stormes is digging - AKD a foundation preparatory to erecting a Buggy & Implement House. handsome busineee house to adjoin the one SOLID raou he now occupies on the public square. I wlU In a few daya open a Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. Col. Sim Miller, with usual thrift and envj n asuiugiou UHJ, terprise, hts fitted a reading room in his ho- Pull Lino of Agricultural ImpleConnecting In the tarn, depot with ments, tel, which last addition make this popular Fast Trains for Now York. hotel one of the best and most complete in With the reliable WalUir A. Wood liarreatlni The Direct Route to Machine, at the bead. Also a Lynchburg, DanTllIa, Norfolk and all Virginia the State. Many other Improvements, and North Carolina Points. among which are a street sprinkler and a roll Line ot Baggies and Wagons For tlcketa and further Information, apply to your nearest tictet office or addreaa W. W. Monpicture cir, are to be noticed, and it is evAlways on hard. In connection with ar Im- roe, General Agent, Lezlugtoo, Ky. ident Lancaster is getting there. plement buslneaa, I will also carry a W.C.WICKIIAM. H. W. FULLED, 3d Vice Piealdent, Qen'l Paas'r Ag't. heart-brok1 r, win oner at public eale to the highest bidder on THurndav, my Fara Jttlu lffth, to announce to hi Tbe editor la Wn u, til... k saitH aVi.l aauui T riUUt WHO WrOlO vi of 6 Acres, situated near tbe Danrlle nik. taS vuca iu 11". indon Dourne'f tunny adrertlMmenu, U dead. Tbe Lincoln county.5 mile, froji malil him turn wlalM tlft7 a tiatraln 1UI. ..1.. n ,n " K00"1 state of cul- brought on oltenlngof tho braia and bo died of ffJXE,1 lW Mli.k amatlniaa Dr. Bourne Is determined, bowerer, to gtrebls customers tbe benedt of tnls large aaUrr in price. Th. outbuildingsoa the gr?UDd niiT tor building. ar. good. Th place well watl Bealde. selling ered.nd there 7s a splendid orchard. la Will a"o 5nd Medicines, Fancy Articles, Toilet Goods, Mu- SnV,RJUk,Dd,,of h8'- - household and sic Merchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, kitchen furniture. 5.d Terms made known m.a vn.7 Ri.nfi.7i Jcuclry, Dolls, Lamps, Fishing ladle. Ba- of sale. (123-l- tl ton, Sponges, Knives, Paper, Blank Books, Stales, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Oktss, Mix-e- d Paints, Brusha, Varnishes Everything kept In a Drug Htore, all of which is new, fresh and superior, b. baa on band a itoxen Iiachelom, and will furnish any good looking lady wbo deaU with him with choice of the lot. Watch this column for list of roi . names, or call at a BOURNE ! Sale of LandfStock j. -- -.. flrat-cla- fit -- real-denc- A TRAIN Kentucky's Problem. Complete Stock of Lumber, Richmond. Virginia. Prof. H. K. Taylor spoke at the Court- Both rough and dressed. Prices on ererythlng as DCroKTUENT. May Pixton, Eflie B irn.tt, Linda O ra. Newspaper Mam's Expzwesce. A ley, Marie Warren, Annie Straub. In America there are only two monaste-rie- e maintained by the Trapplat monke, and nomonaatio order baa a more .insular history or follow more rigid cuatome. One of theoo monasteries is locatel at Dubuque, Iowa, and tbe other i in Nelson county, Kt, a abort distance from Louisville. This second is called tbe monastery of Getheemane, and is the subject of a maga silne artlole, by Morion M. Caeseday. The arllclewell Illustrated, will appear In the Southtrn Bivouac for July. The first strike on record among English epeaklne psople was in 1319, when the worker of England refused to for the wage, paid, and almost the work entire crop of the Wand rotted in the field.. Parliament passed stringent laws imposing heavy penalties n any mechnnio or laborer who refused to work at the old rate fot any one needlnu his service.. The first great of strike in modern tlmen wa. the lock-ou- t in 18r)l 12,030 in n imVr. tho iron m'i. newspaper man can ray nice aud pleasant hinga nbiut a man and his whole faml ly for two long yeire, and then incur their lifetime eumity in on) short wek br a seeming slight. Yes, it's the fact. And you can hurrah for a candidate, back his friends, cusi his enemies, and make a darn foil of yourself all the war through, without a thank in the end, to Bid .when you are h candidate that he i 'out o' politic. Withio the'lat few months, here in the But there is one mau that don't forget you, town of Sbolbyvllle alone, Gov Knott has b-prUon and that's the man you oppwed pard ned or remitted twenty Goes or more. Countr Democrat In no .login Instance that we call, to mind An Iodl.n funeral procession in eastern a. there the elightct call for executlre Oregon is thus described: "The defunct e'emencj. In each case the floe had been had been net upnn a horse and a stick had loinoeed br the regular process of law, and been laahe 1 along each aide of hit body to was justly ndmiuietered. In thee Instances, keep it in an upright position, The head right in our midnt, we fail to hear the was not supported in any way and as the 'mill small voice of justice," to which his hone trotted along the body seemed bow- Excellency appeal so elcquently in his ing In every direction and tbe head shak- letter to Judge Durham. Shelby Times. ing In a horribly groterqne manner. The ARK YOU MADE miserable by Indigestion widow, dressed in her mourning paint, trotConstipation, Dirtiness, Low of Appetite, Yellow a lazy mule, to which SklnT Shllob's YltalUtr li a positive cure. For ted along behind on ebe kept vlRorourdy applying the whip." alo at M. L. Pourno'e. -R- house last Sunday afternoon on tho above question. 8ays Prof. Taylor: "Kentucky', problem is not tho penitentiary queation.bow wo shall dispose of our convict; nor the quiMtioujof revenue, how we shall leeeen expenses and Increase revenue, but tho real problem is public education. This is 's problem and its solution la of vast importance to the 8tate. How to solve this question was a task the Profeor annllnl himself to, and he found the eolntion to It in discussion and asitation. Ha mmn.,1 the school law of Kentucky with that of unto ana found no cause for shame from thecompariton. It was not a change of law mat was needed, neither was it Federal aid to education. He did not favor Federal aid unless it came unconditionly, and even then he did not think we needed it. Public schools were the outgrowth of public sentiment. We mutt interest th n.o. pie, the masse., in educational mattera and then the question of money would take care of Itseir, When tbe people beoome inter ested local aid would be added to the en. eral fund until there would be no lacking for funds, lie regretted the number of persons engaged in teaching as a mere ex pedient instead of making teaching the profession or a life time. He particularly condemned the number of email and in. competent echools at almost every cros road, which were called colleens, acade miea and universltier, and which were granting diplomas to everybody. What we want is more good, practical public schools, where the masses might receive a practical education. He announmH htm. self a candidate for Superintendant of Pub Ho Instruction and p'cJged his entire strength to making a strong public sentiment in favcr of tbe public school system The number in attendance wt. not as large as waa desired but waa very attentive and the Professor made a very favorable iinpreion.-M- t. Sterling Senti nel. Ken-tuck- Low as any ouc. I solicit a share of your patronage, BosptcUoUy, 112-l- rr X, JT. BBCCE. O. a&M. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W The direct through line and old established rout from saw ik.'vLVM' ' ShIH Louisville & Cincinnati to St Lonii and all points in the West. imu Two (J) Dally Tralna from LouIstIII. to 8t. Loult. au.pv 10; vauj irum wmcmnau to 6t. Louis. Only 10 hour from Loulsrllle and Cincinnati toaiULouU. Tho Only Lino by whioh you oan got a Through Slooping Car From ClnclnaU to St. Louis. tbe only line running through from LoulsrlUa and Cincinnati to St, Louis, all other routes being made up of a combination of small roads. TboOhto A Mlsalaslppl Railway runt Palatial Sleeping Can on night trains; Luxuriant Parlor Cars on day trains: Elegant Day Coaches on all tralna. Direct and close connection! are made In UNION DKPOTtJ with dtrerglog lines by the O. 4 M. Kallw.y, thus aroldlng troblesome transfers by other routes. The Ohio A Mississippi Railway la the only Un between Loularllle. Cincinnati and Ht. under one management, running all lta , . wiuuu niim nun iu couBVHjueace la recognized Route between those Cities. Apply to ticket Agents of connecting lines for fullparttiularaaa to rates, time, maps, circular! or any desired Information, or write to ROBT. H. FOHMAN. Trar. Pass. Ag't 0. A M. R'y.Bomerset. Ky. W. M. PEABODY. W. B.8HATTUC, Pre., and Uen'l Man'gr, Qen. Pass. Ag't, Cincinnati, 0. ESeSq3U2B5 TVlA O ArTVT C& UrX ta Im. The Bucket Pumh & It an ImproTement FlrsV-Cla- or Eteyator yet !' tnrentod. The cups drsiviiding lull of air and full or water, circulates the air Ironi bottom to top of cittern nr well, reniorlug wiggle., wate' bugs, nnl recderioi; lux wa er puir, rumor-lu- g all color, bad taste or nuiell. This Pump baa an improrcd chalu; no liuki to gl twitted; each cup la soldered pruia"eatlr, and Ins d ota link, a flat piece ot galraoli'd Iron la red Do not purchase a pump uutii yuu iw this Vry rearxeitii' y, Purifier on any .rop Water H. II tUUGINN. Louisville & Nashville E. R. TU GRKAT L.&N. , io tu -- fJ rTai. Sf Cc - j urtt ja (JSH THROUGH TRUNK LINE No man should get angry because a newspaperman duna him for money, A dun 1. not an impeachment of the subscri ber', integrity, but simply an outcropirjg of the publisher's necessities. For instance, a thouand men owe a man from one to four dollar, each. He has to dun them all to get enough money to pay; his expenses. Instead of setting mad because the pub Usher ask. him for his honest due, thesub. ecriber should thank tbe editor for waiting so patienily and pay him like a man. Exchange. riot at Sautisgo 40 per were wounded. A massacre of Christians hi. oo curred at Anam. eons were killed and a large number SOUTH & WEST trim- Pullman Palace Sleepers, Louisville Atlanta, (o Nashville, Memphis, Montgomery, Lit lie ICock, Mobile aud New Orleans. Only one cbnnge to points In 3& T i iwtri-vi rET TT T--m im, it. -t In an eltclion Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS u.i.ui.Aj tb filM mfftsbrEu la croup ftfti. ii th 4t II t thTW Wh?a iimMnd wittt U hftllec woo-tl3t'"H'i ! In a rl tkt) til fUMi, ff pfin tUmlt.ln i M t rATUKt iltlHIlll HcvBDr ot Swtir Qvu YJf a . VVi lie piU(n THE REV, OEO. II. THAYER, of Bourbon Seeking homes on tbe Una of this road will recelrt aneclal rates. Ind.,iajs: "Both myself and wife owe our Itrei Agents of this Company lor rates, routes to BHILOira CONSUMPTION COItE. For tale itc,srSeo or write C. V. AniORE, at M. L. Bourno's. LouUtUI., Ky, K5a.i.taM. rrlu'tc trtT raerninwja, tnl Im r rUnf ivtiin t rti lan r",1 ftnl Cnrhi. Crcn fr ptUUbUi ftnj irj iisf tm "l't It. Prl trl h - tt Ak C m als ft mU tthTD4 rVuin ti of lb ttac oau tutaa. la Urn 8aUtxa Butu ipMtMtvot prtaelpU ft L ami DE3 1 3ar. Ufti toonte I f VAtTEKA.fAYLOrMAtUnU(Qv er 4ricliirr ft 'ttrrhn, I!m PR lMittj Mtift'CM lirrKfaFUJCRUY CURPUL. tor mJ Ch;Uia 7UiiOj. fci ftftUtft Dr. M L.UOUUKE, liothforwilobf 6U u , J a &m-$fcMB3n(trir!rarira! Stanford, Ky., June 22, 1886 W. P. "WALTON. The ontrageous manner in which the proceeding of the Lsbanon convention, convened to nominate a judge for the next highest court in Kentucky, were conduct, ed, continues to bs the absorbing topic in this section and the bad feelings that it is not wearing off with that celerity which tho lover of peace and democratic harmony would desire. In fact there men who get are a number of they think of the way the madder the more rights of their favorite were trampled un der foot and ay they will vole for the devil before they will for a nominee made by such questionable methods. In the history of conventions there never d, fhgrant and was never such boasted over riding of the rights of the othurn er party. A ucmcueU chairnuu committees, giving the opponents no rep resentation whatever on the most important one of credentials, so that they might overlook its work and protest if necessary, and when appealed to in the interest of fair play, responds, "To the victors belong the spoils." "We have the power on you now and intend to use it for all it is worth. Helpyourjelf if you can." There was perhaps some semblance of justice in that committee seating the Barbour dele gation from the 4th Louisville district, but when it with brmn effrontery said that Washington county ought not to be allowed representation because of some imaginary irregularity in the proceedings of its convention or if at all a set of Barbour men drummed up by the committee itself, should cast the county's vote as they saw proper, and the convention endorsed this outrage, it went beyond the bounds of the commonest mobocracy. The Barbour crowd went there to nominate him by any methods neceeeary and in selecting Qen. Rodman as the chairman and Mj. Ed. Hughes, of the Louisville Fire Department, as assistant, they did not make a mistake. Rodman's arbitary rulings and partisan conduct damns him in the eyes of every fair minded man and had he the remotest respect for himself or his position as reporter of the Court of Ap peald, he could not have been induced to perform the dirty work for the Louisville gang. To him more than to any of the lowest of Barbour's strikers attaches tho ditgracc that has been perpetrated in the name of the democratic party, by which the choice of the people was defeated by the machinations of a purchasable mob. Such conduct is fist breaking up the organization of our puty and if it is to prevail the sooner it wipca it out the better. We detest the very name of bolter and believe in accepting the result of any mode agreed upon to determine who shall be our standard-bearers. Fraud, however, viciates any contract in law and when it is so apparent, as in the present instance, demo-crat- e have serious cause for repudiating a nomination obtained both by fraudulent and treacherous means. The party methods must be purifisd, but whether the repudiation of Mr. Barbour will accomplish it, is a question. He may be as, innocent of the fraud of which he is beneficiary as we are confident that Judge Bauflsy was of any, if any, questionable means resorted (o by his friends, and in common charily we wil) eay that he was. For this and the fur ther reason that he is said to be a gentleman and a good lawyer, we believe that our gallant leader, Judge Sauflej, who suffers most by the foul treatment, strikes the key note for bis friends to resound when he says "I shall abide the result as officially announced and support the nominee." It won't do to cut off our noses to spite our faces by playing into the hands of the republicans, who are elated over the turn of affairs, but like sensible men and true democrats, we must meet the issue calmly and fairly and wait for cooler momenta to express ourselves as between a known democrat and a republican. tl high-hande- pcs , W -- Until a few days ago, New York had a law permitting persons to be imprisoned for debt, but it was repealed by the last legislature and on its going into effect a large number of pano is were released, among them one who bad been in the Ludlow street jail for seven years. In some cases imprisonment and even hanging is too good for men who mike dobts with intent to defraud, but the law of imprisonment works great injustice in many cases and is more apt to punish the honed than the rascally creditor. - It is gratifying to know that one mur derer has been held without bail in Judge Finley's district, but the Judge did not do it himself, it goes without saying. C, B. Lyttle, sitting as special judge in Litcher county, made the innovation in the established righta af the murderer in that district and that class of cattle are shaky, for once in six years. If murderers are to suffer the indignity of going to jail, they will begin to resent such inhumanity by letting up in their famines! . The democrats of the Ninth Congressional district will hold a convention at Augusta ou tho 8th of September to nominate a candidate for Congress, delegate) to which are to be eelecled in the various counties, September 1th. This is the only Kentucky district represented by a republican and if the democrats will barmoniz) and nominate a good man, our delegation in cm be made solid, a it ought to be. Con-iree- 8 for Superior Judge in the Paris If he had not has gone raving crazy. lone bo beforo he would certainly have become insane, if he had to experience?1 such dl-trl- The non. Winfield Buckler, candidate .i ess",j"" 'H al Ltbincn, . r j so were A volcanic eruption destroyed the city Green Clay Smith was there and The Louisville lime nays: "Barbour's cijnUl of Nicaragua, and Harvoy Davie, J.J. Rust, Mn Patts, Mr managers got luoadvautae iu the tempo- of Mauaiiuu, inn Hansford, of the Junction City Jlerahl, H. rary organization and they need it for all it killed hundreds of its inhabitants. Con Marshall Linney and several other workers The etatue of Daniel Webster, at was worth, Just as the Sauflay managers the State by Mr. Benja in the noble cause. Owing to tho dimness? would have done had they secured the cord, presented to to adjourn un The latter statement Is on- mln Pierce Cheney, of Boston, was dedica of tho crowd it was decided The8uflsy managers ted with imposing civic and military cere til 1 o'clock, at which time the convention ly partially true. again assembled. would have done all in their power to nom- monies, S. A. Richmond, tho quack who Dr. inate their man, but they would not have MJ. VERNON. ROCKCASTLECOUNJY, adopted as their motto "To the victors ba has swindled every newspaper in the UnitFonSALK. 1 21 inch cylinder New Ion;; the spoils" and packed tho committee ed States, shot the manager of the St. ITtrald and then blew his own Model Vibrating Thresher and Beparator, oa credentials in so outrageous a manner. Joseph, Mo., and8 horse mounted Carey Power. Above is Not a friend of Banfliy was put upon that brain out. Trimmed nml Ilomly for XShc, hI Eugene Zimmerman has been elected good sb new, having run but one season; committee and, it did its cut and dried president of the Cincinnati, Richmond A cost over six hundred dollars, will sell for work without reference to fair play or For Chicago railroad, and Christian Meyer half price to close an account. We happen to know that Cincinnati, Hamilton & further information apply to J. E. Vowels, if the Saufley men had secured tho tempo, president of the Mt. Vernon, Ky. rary organization, four Barbour men would Indianapolis. Hopkinsville voted Saturday to subhave been placed on the committee on creAbout Marriage. of the stock of the Hopdentials to overlook its action and to pro scribe for $75,000 Some marry for the fun of the thing and kinsville and Cadiz railroad. Tho vote test If any crookedness was attempted. We never see wnero it comes in. This is diswas 013 for to 11 against the proposition. couraging. are generally of the opinion that in politics, Not a single business man voted against it. Some marry for the pake of a good com as in love and war, all Is fair, but if a scinPolk Laffoon has received a letter from their mistake. panlon and noyer tilla of fairness animated the breasts of the his district saying that Jim McKenzle, Sec opposition, they did not permit it to rome This is lucky. HenSenator retary of State, and Man is a fickle "critter." Even Adam, who to the surface. ry C. Dixon, of Henderson, would an- had his wife made to order, found moro or ::;u 'Lj 'apcc. raised to secure the nounce themselves candidates for Congress less fault with her. paeiage of a law to prevent convicts from in a few days. Don't marry a man for his reputation. being worked in coal mines, it was freA terrible accident occurred on the affair, It is liable to be only a second-hanquently urged that until room wi made Chesapeake A Ohio Railroad at Kilgore, borrowed from his ancestor. for them in the penitentiary, railroad beyond Ashland. A freight train fell thro' Many women have married men for their building would be the best employment. the bridge at that place, killing the confine exterior. But that's all there is to an The contractors of the Maysville & Coving- ductor, Engineer Hatch and the fireman, ancient egg worth mentioning. ton road have put convicts to work on it, John C. Bradley, of Lexington, Ky. Many marry to spite some one else, only and the same old complaint goes out, alThe body of R. Davis Hutch craft, of of the to learn that they got the butt-enthough there is plenty of room for every Paris, was found in Lake Michigan. He Bull- went out alone in a sail boat May 31, and transaction, and its worst end at that, body that will work. Toe Maysville Marriage is a lottery full of chances. etin says that some of thote who are loud- notreturning, search was made for him, That's what gives it flavor. All like to est in condemning convict labor are the resulting as above Saturday. Evidences who rarely ever do that he was murdered and robbed are plain. chance it, because everybody thinks to win loafers and dead-beat- s a prize. aday'awork. This is just about the state Thomas Simons, of New York, AssistWedlock, in it original state, was as of the case in the agitation at Greenwood , ant Attorney General during the adminispure as sweet milk fresh from the cow, but when the small politicians combined with trations from Grant to Cleveland, died Sun man couldn't rest until he stripped it of the loafers to raise a row. day of typhoid fever. Since his retirement much of its rich crtam. The foolish custom of naming a list of from the department of justice he has been I say when you are ready to get married, of delegates to a convention and adding "and the Washington law partner get married. However, it isn't so much all other good democrats," is one of the McDonald and Mr. Bright, of Indiana. to get married as to know when Demagogue Berry has been Indorsed trouble causes of Judge Saufley's defeat. By runyou want to get ma'rrled. ning in a lot of unprincipled, purchasable for governor by the democrats of Campbell youth marries In a hurThe men, the Barbour men were enabled to de- county. This act is a discount upon the ry because he fears marriageable females of that district. feat the will of the people of Taylor and intelligence of the people will be scarce next year, and lives to wonThero is a great deal of consolation, howWashington counties, expressed in their der how the supply holds out. primaries, and just such an instruction did ever, In tho knowledge that It will not Marriage resulting from love at first epidemic "Louisville Commercial. the werk. The disgraceful wrangle among sight is not generally wedded bliss on a the Taylor men was enough to disgust a DANVILLE. BOYLE C0UN7T. par with sour milk. One or the other gets dog. A fellow named Snorter led the swindled, and often both. Mr. Wood Wallace, of Louisville, is bribed delegation and if there is anything Many a man has married for Vteauty, in town on a visit to old friends. in countenance, not many moons will wax Govinsfor selling only to learn that he paid $10 for what Two cases against Jo and wane till he will have an appeal on a cents at at twenty-fivwhisicy without license, are set for trial can bs purchased criminal sentence, before the court to which all druggists. This is hard. this morning. he contributed in sending a judge. The most affectionate people before marRobert Jacobs Harlan, youngest son of was the treachery of 35 democrats Dr. W. B. Harlan, died Sunday night, and riage seldom hold out in the same propor It is better who combined with 122 republicans thai was buried Monday evening at tho ceme- tion after the knot is tied. It philosophy to commence only as you defeated the motion to bring up the tarifl tery. reduction bill for consideration. Four reSixty cents is the most dealers are of- would live afterward. From the matrimonial market the saints publicans only voted with the minority. fering for "good, merchantable wheat" in of both sexes were culled out long ago. B Ten of the votes against the motion were Dinville. A few of the farmers will sell at cast by alleged democrats from New York, this price, but the 'greater number will Don't expect to marry one. You must guess at some things and take chances for It Is not likely now that the bill will be stack. considered this session, but Col. Morrison Owing to vacancies in the board of the future on this basis. Don't marry a woman for her taper finwill make another effort to bring it up to- trustees of Centre College, and for other day. One of the main pledges of the last good reasons, Dr. 0, Beatty has consented gers and lily hands alone, for marriage for a campaign was that if the democrats should to retain the presidency of that institution life and its rugged experiences call wife that knows how to make a pot boil be given the power, the war tariff shouU for another year. babies systematically. go, and if that pledge is not kept the demMr. J. C. Masonheimor and Miss Allle and can spank But few people marry for pure lore, and ocracy can not hope to command the confi- Portwood, of this place are to be married they in after years suspicion that what dence of the people. this evemug at Lexington. Miss Blanche wero at the time promptings of the tender We understand that a telegram wai re- Masonheimer and Mr. Harvey Mills aro to passion were, In all probability, but the ceived here Saturday from republican head- be the attendants. symptoms of cholera morbus. Mr. J. M. Hackney was in Somerset first quarters in Louisville asking if Saufley's The man who marries a woman simply Jox F. Wats as. Tuovis I). IUXKT. frfends would support Hon. F. T. Fox for last week and contracted to furnish the galGASH.3 is a handy arrangement to have vanized iron work for the four new store becauer she the Superior Judgeship. We did not hear about the house does eo from a purely the answer, but are convinced that such a rooms to be built soon by Mr. Gibson and business standpoint, and in the end, if not scheme engineered as above will not work. other citizens of that place. compelled to support him, ehc has done Messrs. 0. II. Waddle and Sam M. If Judo Fox would steer clear of any othtban many women I know of. Boone escaped unharmed from the Lebanon better er alliance and run as an independent demearly Friday ocrat, he would make things liyely for the convention and reached here He Had the Last Play. Lebanon nominee, but handicapped by morning. Capt. Boose esys it was the nicA young man and a young woman lean Sti-eetprohibition and republican endorsement est little picnic he ever attended. over the front gate, They aro lover?; it is It was Eichhorn, of Louisville, instead moonlight. He is loth to leave, as the he could not win any very great number of ofSeibricht, of Louisville, who furnished parting is the last, He is about to go away. votes from the democrats. the music for Centre College commence- She is reluctant to eee him depart. They The Knights of Honor will celebrate ment, four correpondentjinnocently but swiog on the gate. their 13th anniversary at Central Park, erroneously said Selbricht, when he should CO "I'll never forget you," he says, "and i Louisville, on the 30th of this month with have said Eichhorn. death should claim me my last thought will a grand Btreet parade and general jubilee, The Danville base bill club vanquish- be of you." which will be followed by speeches, fireed the Falls City amateurs Tuesday, but "I'll be true to you," sho sobs, "I'll never works, amusements, barbecue, &c, to be 15 were themselves beaten by that club Satur- see anybody else nor love them as long as I i.i participated in by delegates from 36 States, day by a score af 20 to 5. The defeat by live." m representing a membership of 134,637. Rethe Danvilles was the only one encounter-e- n They part. duced rates, both in hotel and transportaby the Louisville boy during their late Six years later he returns. His sweet tion. tour. They beat the Georgetowns Thurs heart of former years has married. They Staple and Fancy Groceries, ProyliioiiK, Quecimrnre. GIrm mores of current events. day 11 to 6 and Friday 14 to 5. They meet at a party. Between dances the recware Etc., Etc. ognition takes place. David Divia is left for home Saturday night. Wo gnarantco entire satisfaction in every respect, will not bo undersold, and College and its The friends of Caldwell ' L?t me see," she muses, with her fan thought to be dying, deliver nil goods promptly aiijwhcro in or within a row miles of The Kentucky School of Medicine at president, Rev. John Montgomery, learn beating a tattoo on her pretty hand, "was Stanford or Kowload. Come to sco us. with regret that an effort is baing made to it you or your brother who was my old Louisville will turn CO saw bones this afWill MoD. Wators, BBlosman. effect hts retirement from the place he now sweetheart?" "WATERS & ternoon. is "Really, I don't know," he says. "Prob-abl- y A crazy Illinois man cut the throats of holds. Whatever may be the result, it my brother." two of his children and then severed his well enough to have it known that there is no dissatisfaction on toe part of the patrons 8t. Paul PioThe conversation ends. own head from his shoulders. The House ways and means committee of the school. They like Mr. Montgomery neer Press. SIEUCIIAXT TAILOU. has reported adversely to the restoration of and would be glad to see him retained at The first inoculated rabbit brought to the head of the school he has labored so the wool tariff of 1867. this country to introduce Dr. Pasteur's A dredgeboat on the Potomac river hard for the past five years to build up. method of treating hydrophobia, died in I have rectlred and itlll rocelTlng Miss Bailie McQrath, of Lexington, is was burned by the upsetting of an oil lamp New York recently In a fit of the most provisiting the family of Mr, Rjbert Hann. and several persons lost their lives. nounced rabies. Dr. Mott, who brought 8um-rat- i, It is rumored that Qov.JKnott has been Mrs. E. V. Dobyns and Miss Mary K. tho little animal direct from Pasteur's hosof Fulton, Mo., sisters of Judge J. K. Comprlilng th bot In the market, which will b offered the position of editor-in-chie- f of the pital In Paris, is jubilant over his succese, Sumrall, are visiting the family of that Louisville Post at a salary of $5,000. and will proceed at once to inoculate a Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Booond to Nono in City or Country. At Joneeboro, 111., John 0. Ware, fa- gentleman near town. Mr. Wesley Dur- number of rabbits from the virus obtained Give, Me Trial. tally shot his wife and killed himself. He ham, of the Custom House, Louisville, is and then he will be ready to treat patients vacation here. Mr. and spending a short was ecventy years old, and his wife thirty-fivsuffering from the bile of rabid dogs. Mrs. Frank Gilcher will sail from New Le Grand Larew, who owns a cattle The Court of Appeals and the Superior York on the 26th Inst, for Bremen, Gerranch in Kansas, is visiting bin parents Court adjourned Saturday for the eummer many, to be absent an indefinite time. There was much gaiety in Danville near Elmira. He is six feet high and vacation, and will not reassemble until last week. In addition to college com- wears a beard which drags a foot upon the September. Among bills passed by the Senate was mencement there were hops at the Opera floor when ho stands erect. His mustache a House bill reducing from eight to five House Tuesday and Friday nights; the is said to be 5 feet 6 inches In length by accents the fee on domestic money orders for party given Monday night to Miss Annie tual measurement. He Bays that he has it Klnnalrd, of Louisville, by her aunt, Mrs. drcesed but once in three months and that sums not exceeding $5. The contract to build the nine miles James Kinnairdj the party given Wednesit takes three days to perform the job, of narrow guage railroad from Glasgow day night by Mrs. M. B. McAlister to her A Plumus hotelkeeper has received a Junction to Mammoth Cm has been daughter, MUs Mattle, and that given Friday night by Mr. and Mrs. 0, P. Cecil to letter from San Francisco including a comb awarded to Joseph Coyne at $75,000. A band of masked men went to the Mr.W.O. Whitthorne, Jr., Mrs. Cecil's which the writer explains that he stole, and house of Hezekiah Alltop, near Parksburg, brother, and his friend and classmate, Mr. adds: "Since which I have been converted born of the spirit of God & therefore I have W. Va., and taking him from his bed, gave W. E. Bryce, of Indianapolis. The temperance (?) and reform portion become a eon of God & God my father tells him a tetrible flogging and afterwards castrated him, because he had been caught in of our population mot Monday morning at me to be honest and right everything that to nomi I have don So far in me is Possible or he a compromising position with a female 10 o'clock at the court-hou- se nate candidates for county offices. General will dioinhorlt me yet again." member of his flock. WALL PAPER ! whip-handle.- " WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER! DTROBERTS & STAGGS. I have a small lot of er ex-Sta- Il WJUMMi C?111I Which I d will sell at Cost. d T. R WALTON. A Splendid Variety of tor hot-head- HAiim illDi Iii Bulk and in Papers can be found at bo-co- e T. R. "WALTON'S. I DC DODS&OTH S Of best kinds, at T. R. WALTON'S, S Main & Somerset Sts. WATERS & R ANE Y Main GROCERS, , .. Stanford. o o RANEY. H. C. RUPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer, a e. H- O. RUPLBY. Wall Paper, Afttill Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Ku TE&'&EmN, Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. S. Stanford. fiwi xv ' ftmi SlftliJjiitUr-DfljiKna- l RKMEMnrn the saterf the Hiyrlcn at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. farm HUSTONYILE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Stanford, Ky, V Tr- - i "M f WT I & . Tf' Coat, Harvesting has commenced; operators Tfcsrisn BRAND SUCKER la -- trr tntad t,nnxf. uj 11 k.n n d I. A rainy, cool epeil has prevniled for in. nirnnin. Tt,t M.lCKiR I, . t.rfrl tldlnr finding it necessary during the first few E. O. WALTON, Uunlnoas Manager. mr U intlra ixliK, IKwftrt of Imitation. If on rennlno without ro.l. several days. Saturday was cold enough llrtBH- Mount) CIUtru trt. A. i, to tr, iioiton.tbo "Fhb Hum. days to wear overcoats, for fire. general state of the weather seems . The I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD The finest line of glassware ever brought to indicate a disposition in the elements to I 55 r, at. Mil) train going North.. ......, i 12 15 r. m. to this market at A A. Warren's "Model unite in "bulling" the wheat market. .. Hoalh Best is ....... 1 28 a M. Kipm strain" Bouth....- Had no Interior Journal Friday or ,MM.'JII1,K. Notb. " I- KWaterproofGoat Tho Ta aove li calculated on standard time, rtolir A SCANDAL, which connects the name of Saturday. Result; general mail About 20 mlnulos tutor, paper was out by 7 o'clock Friday morning Era1 Made, a prominent young man and a pretty young NB nnlft tjfiUae1 Don't watte your money nn n irnm or mtUrcoat ThaFISH nRAKDEUCRKM 4t4B)Ci With (b ttrOTt! woman, threatens to be the nine days' won- and mailed promptly, and such delays are Absolutely vnirr and vind riioor. and Will EMn VOH tirv lit tho harlaif itnrm TKAPB WiRC, LOCAL NOTICES. ,, v enough to vex a saint Ed :.:"-- t "jV. nt hnvw lT der here. T "MrmM,.rfp,i,;,ru LAM.)ntT'H garden iseil tn bulk and Dr Foler, of Lexington, has been for Remember the Kirksvillo Fair date, some time at his pickaxe nt Fenny & McAlister'e. Mr. Helm, rr. WATOnr-- anil Jewelry repaired on Brior July 23 and 21 The premiums will be more THOB. MKTCALF. seriously ill. D, S Johnson is improving JOHN B, FOSTER. notice nnd warranted by Penny A McAII liberal than those last year and nothing steadily. Mrs. Dr. Orr, (Hattie Speed) r. will be left undone to make it one of the with her children and niece, Mits Orr, all Buy the Haas Hog Ketnedy, the origl-aand only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-Ute- r. best fairs in Kentucky. of Pendloton county, are guests of her aunt, The Kentucky Medical Association will Mrs G. D. Weatherford. A complete stock of jewelry, latest John 8. Goode has been winning lauand retyle. Kockford watches a specialty. Pen- convene at Winchester, rels as an amateur detective, Mrs, Emmett ny A McAliiter. main in session three days. The programme is a very interesting one. Secretary Steele McCormick led town Saturday evening, PERSONAL. tf her mrrVsKooV Bailey will go thither this nflernoon. $50 in small bills, in her satchel. When Miis. G. A. Lackey ii in Loularllls. One of handsomest and most convenient passing the colored church ehe had occasion Dk. and Mrs. C. A, Cox ha?e gone to ly arranged cottage residence in town is to take out some of the contents of the tIbH friends at Harbours Me. that of Mr. George; H. Bruce on lower ratchet and laid the pocketbook on her lap. ANDMlBES ELLA AMD Oatie GlVESahaTB Main street, now nearly completed. It Restoring the contents some 100 yards farLackey, been tIbUIdk Mira Lina will be a decided ornament to the city. I?i-icej- s ther on, she discovered that the pocketbook Mi?a Lehlie Hurley, of ilicbmond, was misting. She returned and questioned Is "Isltlng Miis Halite Dudderar. A mxetino of the Association of Muiic Mira Mary Hall and Charley Cox teachers of the Slate will be .held at Lex- three colored boys, who were playing near hare gone to Rock Castle Spring. ington in August. Miss Rote K. Rich- the church, but they stoutly denied all Mibmb IIelle Joncj and Hello Rifle ards, of this place, has been invited to de- knowledge of tbe money. Here Goode are visiting relative in Ltncaater. liver an address and hai the matter under took the case and by a maatsrly manipulation he elicited that two other boys, also has returned to his advisement. O. M CooPEn colored, had come down the road behind in Medicine Lodge, Kansar, home Tiiere is some talk of the republicans the baggy, found the money threw it over Miu 8. W. PAUI8, of Mt. Vernon, has running Mr. John W. i'erkee, of Danville, into Dr. Alcorn's garden and turned off by Higglns. been the guest of Mrs. W. H. for Superior Judge. He is a fino young All of oor Sugar was bought before the adrance and can be sold Mia Lucy Boole, of HustonTille, lawyer, a remarkably popular gentleman another street, intending to return later and at tbe me old price. Our divide the booty. Tbe money waa all rewaa with her brother, Mr. W.JM. Bogle. and would draw considerably from the covered. It is pleasant to be able to state Mrs Elizabeth Reed, of Jackson, Mich-I- . Miu. W, II. Wiiehhitt baa returned dtmocratlo ranks. an, affiicted with internal cancer, with the that nothing elicited ha in any way implifrom a month' visit to her parent in exception of two spoonfuls of port wine To Teachers of Lincoln County. I cated the doctor in the transaction. Woodford. Is very cbeyp. We baTe recently refitted of our store The Kentucky State Teachers' Awoci-tio- n each day, has taken no nourishment in 91 unurpi.ed for beauty and eon TraleDM. OurQUEENdWAlTE ion.Eti?!iih,t b'"'Des- Mies Matt is Denny, of Garrard, is request every teacher of Lincoln county Chambr Bet. is excellent.andThese gooua are tooiht from a t h. .. - V? D'n.?. T i puces, wei -will hold its Bisbns in Louisville on davx only aik you to rail visiting the fsmily of Mr. A. K. Denny, to meet in the chapel of Stanford Female examine goods. 'ftuiiBu College in Stanford, Saturday June 20, at tbe 7th, 8th and 9th of July. It would be this county .'in ADTKBTIHEHEJITH. has returned 10 a. m. Important business. Mrs. S F. well if a large number of our teachers, Mrs. S. 8 - U. Tarrant, President L. C. T. Association. trustees and friends of popular education from a visit to her son, Dr. O. II McRobOar people ought to become erU at Liberty. QTFOJL-Eirsr- z The most remarkable news that we have would attend. with the great question. It Mu. T. C. Bailey, circuit clerk of more familiar to ommunlcate this week is that Mr. is rapidly assuming vast proportions. We A Tlilu-uaire- d Hhetby count t, was visiting his cousin, Mr. Dudderar has 10 Black Berkshire Sow a pound girl at his house. must endeavor to keep abreast of it, or be TTith Jamrs P. Billey. l'Jgg, Though past his Mr. inglorioii'ly behind in the contest. The Two males and two females, about ten Mim Minsie UNDEnwooo, of LouisDudderar is not so old as Abraham when left monthiold. ville, .In viiitljg her relative, Mr. and his last son was barn, but is just as faithful reports from district elections exhibit an The Eow will weigh 210 pouodi, no ear mark. will lead to her recoTery Any Information Indifference that is simply culpable. About will be thankfully that Mrs. K. E. Birrow. rtceired. I will gWe the Bow and his friends every where will congratu Dealerj In all kindaof annum is expended in the and PIks fur the capture ol the tblel. OwENd, of McKlnney, $10,000 per iw-2- t late him on the arrival of the little heir to ir. jl. irsox. Is vMtlnu hrr sister. Mrs. L B Cok. at county for school expenses. The people cheer his declining year. Banner. take no interest in electing the custodians Burnslde. ! The people of Brren county have with of this fund. Toe office of trustee is sent Mrs. Woodson, two daughters and eon of Louisville, are at Dripping Springs drawn their proposition to subicribe $0,. begging and the school is made a sop for n rrom n.r farm, during tho put iprlog, eereral head of FAT 8TOCK- HUGS, and 000 to the stock of the Chesapeake A Nash pet applicant, or traded to the lowest bid large fat Bow. near pigging. She Is Isat week a for the entire season. white, black ville railroad on condition that Glasgow der, irrespective of qualifications. The and eandy color; nwk.aitnoatb crop on of lelt Mrw. Al Jones, of Wayne, who has ear, with rooter cut off Tbe mark of thrui all ii if I ben visiting Mrs W. G. Roey nd other and others of the town of the county trustees find their office one of difficulty; no tha lime,thenot altered. anywill pay a liberal reward for recoeery of of them and a heayy should be on the line of the great trunk backing from the people; noencouragement rewani for prool friends, went home yesterday. thai comicta Ihethlef or thieres. 1 . A. JI. FEKjAXD, Gait C L. Dooi.ey, of Cleveland, route and the notes have been returned to from kindly couneel; no evidence of sympaTenn.. has been on a visit to hit brother, the eubicrlberr. They think down that thy by word or act to cheer or to sustain' way that Mr. Eugene Zimmerman has not The best men in each district are needed Capt. T. H. Dooley, of the L A N. tbe best interests are at stake. L:t tbe peoMiu. H C. Thueiieart, who i loved played the cards fairly with them. Concert Grand, ple act. and respected by everybjdy here, is spend RELIGIOUS. On Wednesday last a parly of three Parlor Grand, ing a few days at her brother', 9 8. Myers. The trial of the Converse Brother, youths engaged in practicing with a email Baby Grand, Mm. Harrison Bailey, of Shelby Upright Grand, county, and Mi's Lvira Lindcnberger, of editors of a Presbyterian paper at Louis- target rifle. The target was planted in the 8jaare Grand. Louisville, are visiting Mr. Mary W. Bsw ville, for lying has been postponed till Ju- lot of the Chistian church. The position ly 20. of the marksman was in Hocker'ti lot on the We are opening the most carefully selected, the man. f1J For a rarity we have no Barnes letter east side of Danville street, but farther finest and Uit stock of Mrj. W. O Park and her two chil this issue, but there will be no dearth of south than the mark, making the line of dren of Kansas City, arrived by the early PIANOS AND ORGANS bis interesting matter for ssveral weeks, as fire to cross the street diagonally to the train yesterday on a visit to Mrs. V. II. Hver brought to this city. KTery Inatiuruent ii we received four letters by yesterday's mail, west. Directly north from the firing par- the pride of no artlat and prices range from 10 to Higgins. 25 percent, lower man dealers atlc for the aggregating 129 pages. -SUKREYS,ty, on the east side of the street, is the aame gooda. Persons olother Mih Annie Spencer, who as n lady muilcal and art The corner etono of tbe new First Bap- bouse ol Mr. Veach. Ilia little girl, some arc Invited to an Inspection of thebcautirul, culture and ts a teacher has endeared herself to the re lined tone and artist designs ot these celepeople of this community, left for her home tist church, Cincinnati, was laid with cer- eight years of age, wm standing inside the brated Instruments emonies. The edifho will cost over $2S,-00- 0, yard gate locking out on the street. A bulin Woodford yesterday. Tito World-renownKnalie, the- Fa and will be ready for occupancy dur- let struck a post In the church fence, was Misses Alton a Terrell and Ihttie motis Decker Sou, the Topnlar Eving tbe coming fall. deflected ncro'S the street, entering the Hale, a pair of Southern beautie- -, who erett and tho Reliable Now England a. Moflett left yesterday for brain of the child. Sho waa unconcioue Grain, Wool, Seeder, recti, ConI, Lumber, Etc. Rv. A. have been attending Tarrant College, were Flauos, guests of the Myers House Sunday, acrom Taylorsville, where he will hold a protract during the night, and her death was ex- The Celebrated Olough and Warren and panied by Messrs. Harry Fitlber and G. B. ed meetlog for Rev. W. Y. Davire, the pas pected every moment. Id the morning the John Church & Co. Organs. tor of tbe Presbyterian church there. Mrs. roneciousne"a.returned and she is- - el ill livHarris, of Crab Orchard. Plexe communicate with us for catalogues, terms Moflett will spend the time of his absence ing, but with little prospect of reoovery. Mrs Dr. John 8. Cooper, who has and price. S. It. & L. J. COOK, Special Ag'ts. Tbe case is an unusually Bad one. It is made nuny friend in Memphis during her with her parents in Louisville. Stanford, Ky. Henry Ward Beecher and wlf sailed difficult to decide who Buffers mori, the inOr HOSE B. RICHAHD, short residence by her intelligence and Europe Saturday on the steamer Etru- - nocent little victim or tho unfortunate inInferences: A. It. Tenny, Mrs. E. M. Carpenmany accomplishments, loft the Pea for ter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Mooro and James Ueax-leDody last night for Crab Orchard, Ky., ria. A great number of persons, estimated struments in the calamity. No blame is atStanford; Mrs. Maggie Holmes, Crab OrchGen. W.J, Da.Liasmwhere she will spend the summer with her at 35,000, saw them off. They contemplate tached to the boys. They were thoughtless ard; Lancaster, Landram and Mlsa Lizzie Huff-lSS-lman, Ky. returning in three months. A special 'lis true, but they were pimply engaged in a Memphis Appeal. parents. nriino Rnnkct Qiatinnnrv and ftiv. SittPZl IGSjW WOr.i. I"" wT- - X i ir press reporter was taken along to record recreation which a wrong public sentiment CvnAir Ai4irklnn ..if watch. rcuiuy m iioido. the saying and doing of tbo journey. LOCAL MATTERS. 3ii has tolerated on our streets for years. The lesson; participants will never forget the Fhyslcl ens' prescriptions accurately compounded, LAND, STOCK AND CROP Fruit Jars at T. R. Walton's. Also and it is hoped that all others will improve Fine Lincoln County Farm. .. T W. C. Glover's Headwater herd of the admonition. Waters A Raney. Self sealino fruit ars. The heir of Leo Hayden, deceased, will sell at public auction to tbe highest bidder, without re. Shorthorns, 13 in number, sold at ML SterV MBi""" us i ti t isii- scrre, at the residence on tbe premises, on Harvest and Lard oil at Metcatf A Foa ling at $131 per head. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY The Largest Stook of Watches, Clocks, ter's. The Chicago report for July wheat is Tlnmulny, 21, 1SSG, Homegrown re ailing ears were on the Jewolry and Silverware For Rent. A euite of rooms In the quoted at 72 cents, the lowest point for street yesterday morning. At 2 o'clock r. u. the Farm on which the late Leo H&Tdeu resided. Ever bought to this market Prices Lowor than Farrls A Ramsey building. July wheat since 18G2. Hon. Alex Lusk, of Broadhead, made This is a fertile and finely watered bodr of the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry ReBlue-grasstrippers are hard at work. a prohibition speech last Saturday nigbt to Land, 2 miles north of Stanford and 1 mile 'from paired on short notice and Wamtod. Rowland, on the L. A N. Railroad. Tbe residence Proctor Knott is the best, ask those They give the owner of the grass half of a fair assemblage, and as all speakers do, is a splendid brick house, containing eight rooms who have tried it. Metcalf A Foiter. and there are the usual outbuildings, orchard, Ac. their strip and sell the seed a 35 cents per made some strength. The place will first be offered In three parcels, MATSVH.I.E imANrn. as whole, and Saddlery and Harness positively at busbel. Kenner Farris as a gardener equals and then theamost money. that bid accepted which produces Tbe U.. 51, No. S3. Danville Court. About 300 cattle John Anderson as a farmer. John takes 1st. About 43 Acres eaat of the three parcels are, prime cost. Metcilf A Foatcr. railroad. Dally Dally lfty Acres ofl or the S. W. corner of the 2d. on the market yesterday; good many sold. Ex. Sun, Ex. Ban. "jBItiC'Grass Route." half a dozen baron hams to market in his Farm, adjoining Barrow and fronting 210 yards on Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses of all Prices ranged from 3 to 1.00. A few plug 2 00 pm saddle bags and Kenner carries half a doz- the Lancaster pike.of the Farm, abaut 230 Acres, Shortest and Qoiokest Bonte from Cop Lve Covtmrton... 3d. The balance " Loxlngton 7 23 a m 4 25 pm kfnds at A. A. Warren's Model Grocery. horses sold from $10 to $75. No mules ofParis 8 15 a m 6 20 pm own raising in embracing the butlu Idjs. en ears of old corn of his tral Kontuoky to .all Points North, Tkrus. Tbe Land will be sold by the acre end fered. Crowd smallest for years; business Arr MUlertbttrg 8 40 a m 5 41pm Bio lot of extras for the Walter A. Wood Last, West and Southwest, surveyed to purchasers; his vest pocket. " Carlisle cash, balance 9 01 a in 6 04 p m In three equal installmuots at G. 12 and 18 months, " Johruoi 9 43 a ta 6 36pm M. generally dull. I. harvestinc machines on hand. I am a candidate for the office of mag- with C per cent. Irotu day of sale. Possession of Fast Line Between " Maysvlll 10 39 a m 7 40 pm Curry, Pearson A Thelkeld sold to Isbouse, garden stable lots and outbuildings given' LEXINGTON Bruce. istrate in the Crab Orchard precinct. We at once; of A CINCINNATI. No. Si T?0. 54 tbe bslance of vbe farm In the autumn cattle they have rael JJrown 250 slop-feeocTU-youiDally time Dally Schedule in Effect May IS, IMS. Oils for Mowers, Reapers and other had at Thompson's distilery. The lot con- need a magistrate in our locality. Will be la 13l-t- d lor seedtag.E. It. A YOEX, Agent. Ex. Sun. Ex. Ban II thankful for all the votes I receive and will harvestine machinery nt Mclt.berta A sisted of CI bulls which they sold at 3 cents Ho.i, TGTT Ho. W 5 35 a m 12 55 pm discharge tbe duties of the office faithfully " Stsgg'a. ' Johnson 6 37 a m 1 39 pm per pound, the balance, all steers, Bold at Ex. Bun, Darly Ex. Ban Chappell. 2t " Carlisle 7 23 a m 2 28pm if elected. John A. per pound. The whole lot would ' MUlcrsburg. 7 46 a m 2 50 pm Notice The High Bridge Camp S 10 am 8 10pm Lve. Covington,.,. 2 00 pm We are glad Mr. Thompson, of Misa., 8 10a m 8 15 pm " Falmouth 9 40 am 9 21 pm 3 83 p 13 Arr Parir Meeting will begin July 15th, and close amount to a little the rise of 1,200 pounds returned. He is one of the rare sort of boys, " Lexington 9 C5a m 6 10 pm " Cynthlana... 10 43 a m 10 13pn 4 33 p n " Cavlngton II 80 a m 6 00 p m 11 25 am 10 40 nm 6 is pm Arr. Purls. July 27, 1880. Many prominent speakers per head and brought something over $12,-00- gives life and vivacity wherever he preeents " Lexington...., 12 10 pm 11 17 pm 6 10 pm " In addition to this sale the gentlemen Note. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Winwill be present. 11 80 a m 10 45 p m 5 22 p a chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other himself is full of fun and frolic and is Lvo. Paris trains shipped to Cincinnati 36 head and got 4c Winchester... 12 20 pm 11 20 p m 8 05 pm are dally except Sunday. 19 WARRANTED to cure Fever and Arr, Richmond "toaBted" all aronnd, and knowing it, exCol. 8m M, 7 15 p " 150pm Centre College has made Direct conn, ctlons are m ade at Winchester with is well to say that these genfor tbem. It Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, He , ., Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, 5 07 p m " Lancaster Bnrdett and LL.D., an affix that is de tlemen bought this stock last fail at prices erts himself to meet the occasion, which he mlttcnt Fever, Dumb Ague, Jilllous Fover, 6 00 pm " Btanlord Huntington, Charleston, W, V., and Eastern citDengue (or "Itrcak-bono- " Fever), Liver does most fully. ies. scriptlvo of the tali maple of the mountains ranging from 2 to 3 cents per pound. Richmond.....! 3 00 pm Complaint, and all diseases arising from Lve. Korea Fast Line: Noa. 8 and 4 run via Wlnchceter, I ......... -- .. 3 20 p ml -- Mr. S. F. H. Tarrant's commencement Malarial poisons. Arr, in more ways than one. Bolld Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cara betwocs Harrodsburg Democrat, I " Livingston..... 5 45am. Cincinnati and Richmond, Va., and Wlucheiter as per programme, transpired, The salutaand Washlngtop, D. C. "Harpers, S. C July 9, 2884. In token of appreciation of their faithful A New York lover sued a pretty wid- tory and valedictory were as all the rest ol Through tickets and baggage checked to any Mo. 1 No. 11 No. 3 "For eighteen months siif-erc- cl M diiritiL' the trying times of the ow for $15,000 damages for breach of promdestination reached by t railroad. compositions, remarkably fine. A brief the For full particulars, call on any agent of the xvith Chills and Fever, Lve. Livingston .... 8 00 am change of gauge, the L.AN. will give its ise, but an unsympathetic jury mulcted notice can give no idea of the rare attaincompany, or ., 8. F. D. MORSE, 10 21 am , D. A .FEELEY, having Chills every other day. " Rcrco employee n grand picnic at n date to be se him with tho coats, ment displayed by tho young ladler ; and (Jen. Puss. Agent, m .....- Trav. Pass. Agent, .... Arr. After trying various remedies Lve. Richmond....... 117 45 aami . Covington, K.v. lected by them in the near future. 20 Gov. McCreary say a of Mrs. Cleveland: where all were excellent, to particularize ...... IT. E. UUNT1NOTON' Receiver,Lexington, J7 Rowland recommended to cure, used a ii Lancaster 8 11am for General Ufilces, Covington, Ky. 11 00 am For disorderly conduct nnd drunkenness "I must criticize tho newspaper accounts of one would he injustice to the others; so, can holtlc ofAyer's Ague Cure, and Arr. lUchmond tho bride, pleasant as thoy werd. They do want of space and descriptive power, I Lve. Richmond ...... 1 10 p ml 6 03 a m Bob Barnott was fined S9. His partner in have never since had a chill. P nUFffMAN, I 3 10 pm 7 00 am Arr. Winchester justice. I have never met n lady not detail all the merlta worthy of report. iniquity, Gns Gill, has not been arrested not do her BDWLY HARPMR." An Furls,.,.. ..fS20pm 8 CO am....- of more elegance, ease and charm of manBobbitt delivered tho annual Lve. Lexington .... 2 45 p ml 7 25 a ml 2 43 pm yet, but ho iaat certain to Buffer the penal- ner. She is very handsome, approxima- Hon. F. F. PREPARED BY STANFORD, KY. Lve Paris ............ S 80 p m 8 20 a ml 3 40 pm OEce South aide MMn Street, which waa enjoyed by the well fill. c iota ' .v as John Newland is ting the boautiful, Sho carries herself address, I hie wrong-doin3 59 p r.i fl 55 a ml 4 17 p tn ty for Cynthlana Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. -e Myers Hotel! 4 17 p wllu OJn ml S 13 pta Falmouth city marshal, bo he had just as well come splendidly. ITer toilst was ;n xJI,.. Fare Nitrous Ostds Gas tduloiitered whon reSold by nil Druggists. I 6 00 p Arr. mil 30 a m 0 43 pm quired. Mrs. M.O.Miller and children, of Aus-- j tHte." up and take his medicine. ii ii -1trWf-fntr- Jane 22, 1886 F. A. Cox for county judge yesterday. The prohibitionists of Boylo nominated beattendeJ week. Applicants for teacher's certificates can to at Hustonvlile any day this son-in-la- al ha-ln- tin, Teia , i. iuu iciu.atr-- , iNiic. K W. Jones and Mrs J L Sharen. Three of Crab Orohard's nni excellent young ladle-- , Mies Moll! Brooks, an artist of rare skil , and Misses Mollis and Judle King, are visiting at Rich moid and Kingston. While two are King they are all queens, or will be, Mies LttleCiron, tbe very lily of the blondes and trarl of song, is visiting in Danville. Look clone a'ler your sweethearts ladle, where she touches mus.'ii trembling keys, th boys fall In adoration, but she lefr on hre eeplng "upon the bridge at midnight." M'fs Kttte Staplir, of Henderson county, a handsome, willowy blonde, is here and h cfeminuly csptured young eentlemin -- ine fiat name indi acates his deicenl from Scotish royalty. An accident, which came near being serious, occurred to Mr Geirel and his family coming into Crab OcharJ on the Ml. Vernon road The train cm not be srrn to the north on account of the deep cut, and Irequent narrow escapes have ben made and loudlr complained of on account of the failure of engineers to whistle on ap- proschmg me crossing. Mr Geisel wait-ea few minutes to listen if a train was approtching, beard no warning or whistle, and started over. When on the track he saw an engine approaching at a rapid rate and had to whip hi mare to get off in time to eecape being struck by it, which so frightened the mare tha' she ran with such speed as to throw Mr. Geiiel and his daughter out and bruited tbem somewhat and demolished tbe wagon. Tbe railroad should take notice and provide means not quite so dangerous to tbe pub Ho or at least reqaire train men to so far comply with tbe law as to run within tbe legalised rate aad whistle on approaching crcsiinge. d $&NERS SLICKER Tbe Best Waterproof niI inifpn II.K WotmP A -. rrrac: m Ifctesjif Low &W !rttf ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. a Specialty. Our .Grocery Line has always been Complete, Hardware, Embracing Everything one-ha- lf ... METOALF WEAREN & XOTJEJR, MESEFEF. J. i & ha STOLBIST - Farminglmplements and Ma chin ery, 1W-2- PI AXffOS ! lies? fteiFiage eultl-rate- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards- Ifarm Wagons, - post-olllc- e. y, if JUifttM fiBfi PHARMACISTS, --- PUBLIC SALE QU'lfr. MZ&zo h-- rXV i f, JEWELERS- ,jJm atsjitts June s U ItOBTU-BOCif- one-four- th BOUTH-BOUH- lo 0. Ague Cure I AYER'S HOBTn-BoDM- KAr-tr- I BUItQQON s- Iitl DENTIST, g r h $ out of the way for good. You come along new danger. The roof of tho cavern wai with mo to tho covo. Thero's a warm hole no longer visible, Tho donso, black smoki in tho sido of the mountain in which you of tbe pitch pine. unable to escape, wai can spend the winter, board and lodging banked abovo me liko an ominous cloud, freo. Come, brace up, Cap, whon you eoo nvor growing densor and blackor and deNOTCH NUMBER 4. how comfortablo it Is there you'll want to scending stosdily, remorselessly, upon me like veritable shadow of death. lease the place for life." Already the asphyxiating gasos were caus The outlaw made no response to my ranAbout tbc mlddlo of last Dcrombor Dep- dom talk, nor did he laugh as before. Someing my brain to whirL I crawlod to ths uty United States Marshal Ke If tt was mur- thing seemed to worry him, for ho fidgeted fire and stamped upon tho blazing knots undered bjr the moonshiners In ths u ountalns about and scratched bis uncomboi head and til overy spark was extinguished, but they ef north Georgia. An account of his kill-to- ran his bony fingers through his grlzilod, continued to send up thoir sliding smoko. 1 publl lied la a New Xork newspaper, tangled board. could foci It ascending, hot and pitiless. said tbnt another notch was cut iu tho big Falling flat upon the ground I saturated "Look kurnol," said the moonpoplar that guards the entrance to Sleepy shiner, loaning close to me and boring Into my coat sleeve with the wator the outlaws cor, the re I it a of the outlaws, muling me with bis black eye, "air1 yo ever boon bad left me, aud placing it against my five in all, each significant of the death, at thari" mouth secured a few full breaths of strained of a tho hands of tho illicit whisky-makergas. 'But thoy gave me Iittlo respite. Tb "Therol Whore, Capl" rerenue ofilcer, and I think 1 can say withhigh pressure of the atmosphoro mado my fcThat thar holo yo air on about" out fear of contradiction that no one Is botveins swoll almost to bursting, my bauds "Why, of course, don't I know overy hole her acquainted with 81ecpy covo ami that and crag In tho ColiutUsP and feet were benumbed, and I was soon big poplar than myself. I knew well three "Then that settles it, kurnel I 'lowec unable to niovo a muscle. Then I longed of the poor fellows whoso epitaphs stand yo war Jokiu. Waw, TaUy, waw Suck, for death. warning to wawp." gaping there, silent but awful Suddenly thsro was a loud explosion, folall who would disturb tho lawless men of lowed by a falling of loose earth and rocs He reinod in bis bono and stopped the that lonely core; the fifth notch is for Kel wagon. Taking up an ax he handed it to and a rush of air. A faint ray of light aplott, but for whom tho fourth was cut seems some person on tho ground, and said a few peared in the corner of the cavorn over tb still to be a mystery to tho surrounding words which I did not understand. I tried still, growing broader and stronger as the neighborhood. Moonshiners seldom make to raise myself to look out, but foil back smoke cleared a way. With llfo and mistakes in their matters of murder, but in helpless, full of sharp, shooting pains. My strength renawed, I mado my way to the this Instance I think thoy bare lost their joints refused to bend, my nock croakod opening, where I drank in tbe fresh air with reckoning. That fourth notch was cut for when I tried to turn my hood, aud tho a swelling heart and a lighter conscience me. I saw it dono with death staring me struggle of the night come back to me llko than I had ever hoped to possess. The exin the face. Is it possible that the outlaws a horrible repetition. At the first sound of plosion bad torn away some rough masonry till believe that my bones are bloachlng on the ax Cap Hawkins put bis arm under my with which tbe moonshiners had stopped up the damp ground In Smoky hole) back and forced me to sit upright a fissure in the rock. It never occurred to When notch No. 3 was cut thcro was a "Cobe air yer tombstone, kurnol, me in my Investigation of the cave that e great stir in north Georgia. Country poo-pi- an' I Mowed ye'd like to git a last look." there ought to be some way of oxlt for Herenue wero wild with excitement To tho right of the wagon stood a giant the smoke of the stilL But everything was men riding through the mountains bad a poplar lifting its shaggy top 800 feet above plain enough now. I had found the.chimney, tort of itching in the back, and wero In- the road. In its trunk wero three gaping and it was my determination to use it to clined often to turn In the saddle. We laid wounds, and a moonshlnor in broad hat and advantage. In a moment, forgotf ul of the at the door of the big boots was cutting a fourth. Tvo other pains and bruises, I was climbing for freethe murder of W notorious Cap Hawkins, the daring leader men stood uoar. their nuns in dom. It was a tight squeeze now and then, of a fearless band of outlaws In the Cohutta their hands. but I made rapid progress, and felt so good mountains, and as soon as possible we were "Kurnol," continued my guard, "do yo over my prospecta of escape that I wanted on his trail with a fiod pick of bloodwant tor write yer cportaphl" Tho men to shout But prudence restrained mo. hounds. The scent was cold, and when we laughed at their chief. "Them other three Soon tbe rocky sides of tbe chimney gave some eight miles into the revies didn't git nary choree ter write bad penetrated place to wood, and the opening changed range tho dogs became disheartened. After tbeira. Boys, air any o' yet got a pencil I" from flat to round. Still I climbed on, my circling round and round us time and again spirits rising with my ascent My progress Too well I knew the meaning of in search of the trail they gare it up, and notch f ronl which tho sappy chips were that was made comparatively easy by tbe imitaflywe were forced to retreat without having ing. My heart quivered as the ax ate its tion of Brer Babbit's method of climbing a accomplished anything. way into tho soft wood. My must have stump hollow that Is, by bracing my back It was dusk when wo got out of the deep reflected my thought, for tho face outlaw, giving against one side of the chimney and my woods, and we began to look about for a me a gentle piuh, sent me on my back; feet and hands against the other. But the place to stay for the night A log cabin of "Lay down, kurnel, and don't git so d opening grew tighter and tighter, like an two rooms was not inviting, but the old inverted funnel, and still tho top seemed a skeered," he said. "That air a mighty crone who came to the door said that she com table hole up In the bills board an' long way olT. I must have climbed some f could provide for one of the party, and lodgln' free." And quoting my own words, thirty feet in all when I stopped to rest, that the others might find accommodations he fairly made tho welkin ring with his propping my foot against a knot-lik- e proat another cabin a mile down the road. In coarse laughter. jection, which suddenly breaking off loft a some way it was arranged that I should bole through which the daylight streamed. "Surely you don't intend to murder ma, stay at her houso, and join the party next cap I" Then for the first time, it flashed upon me moraine She made me as comfortablo as A glance "That air jes about It, I rockon, kurnol that I was in a hollow tree. possible. For supper I bad pure corn bread Ye air cross tho dead-line- , an' yor oportaph through the knothole proved thii to be tbe and molasses, with a great tin cup of some- air done writ" case, for there was tbe ground ton feet bething hot called coffee. While I ate she low me the bench of earth I had noticed Before I could say more bis three comsmoked a clay pipe, sitting In tho obimney panions climbed into tho wagon beside me. when the outlaws were making ready for corner, with her legs crossed and her foot my Incarceration. swinging incessantly. When she spoke to Clucking to his horses be drovo on at a trot Escape now seemed certain. Tho wall of through tho pass, and as the sun rose ovor me, which she did oftener than I liked, I my prison was only two Inches thick, and wo ontercd the precincts of help feeling that she was trying tho mountain could not though the wood was dry and bard from to pump me. She wanted to know entirely Sleepy cove. It must have been alter 10 ago and oxposuro to smoko and heat ray o'clock, yet into that lonesome spot the sun too much about the moonshiners aud the knife was soon at work enlarging tho knotrevenue men, and before I finished my meal was just beginning to pour his rays. lly 2 hole. As this faced the covo, 1 could keep p. in. be would dltapjx'ar behind the jagged she made me look upon ber with suspicion. cliff that formed the western boundary of n lookout for the moonshiners and stop cutOnce or twice I alluded to her family, for I retreat, and the long twilight would set ting at tho least suspicious noise. Might thought it strange that sLe should live the with in, its spectral shadows chasing each soon shut in, and with tbe darkness there alone, and even went so far as to inquire wood. Often bad 1 hoard came peculiar souuds from cliff and woodbout her husband, and ask when he would other in the dark talk with bated breath of land. But I paused not to think of ghoul be at home. Eut she replied evasively, and the country folk or goblin. It would have taken something all I learned was that ber old man and the horrors of Sleepy cove. Goblin, they far more terrible than ghostly warnings to in the mountain caves, coming thr)e grown sons were up on the mountain, said, dwelt dusk to frolic with the fearless check the steady going of my Inifo In the tending crops. It did not require much ex- forth at moonshiners, and dancing at midnight upon weary hours that followed the sunsot, for I ercise of my imagination to determine what the slippery crags. hoped to turn my back on Sleepy covo ero kind of crops they were tending. In think- the bones of murderedGhouls, armed with tho dawn cf another day. But when the men, kept nightly ing of them my hand went instinctively to vigil at the narrow pass, and if any human sun rose my task seemed not nearly done. my trusty revolver, and the touch of the being approached from the outside they Tho knife was dulled, and my strength had cold steel braced me up. I wondered how slowly ebbed away. the men were getting on down at the other gatherod around the giant poplar and boat Tbe baying of a bound reached ma It upon tho bark till the frightened man discabin, and it they could hear a pistol-sho- t was repeated, and In a moment the thrilling appeared iu the direction whence bo came. that far off. muilo of tbe pack waked again and again When the old woman bad shown me to my No man but the moenthiners bad ever boon tho sleeping echoes of Sleepy cove. Nearer room, she returned to her chimney corner known to come from Sleepy cove alive, connone ever voluntarily entered and nearer it came, until a dozen floe bloodand her pipe and her foot swinging. My sequently uncanny hounds burst through tbe underbrush and place. that wild, bod was an one, with ropes for These thoughts were passing through my dashed up to the bowlder at tbe entrance to s springs and for mattress and Smoky bole. Then opening again thoy cover. 1 didn't undress, but crawled just mind when suddenly the wagon stopped, sped away on the cold trail of tho moonand the four uion threw themselves into atas I was between the skins, and, lying on shiners. my back, thought I should not do much titudes of attention, grasping tboir guns and "Dan, hsre Dan; down, slrl" I shouted to lasting furtive glances at each other. When my eyes grew accustomod sleeping. the leader with all my might Toe obedito the darkness and wandered aimlessly over Straining my car I thought I heard the ent brute, recognizing my voice, dropped to the open celling, I saw something about the faint yelp of a hound. Cap Hawkins tho ground. I called him to me, and soon size of the bed banging directly over me. lashed his horses Into a gallop, and wo sped the entire pack was barking playfully at the woods for half It seemed to swing slowly back and forth. on through in the shadow ofa a mile, stop- the roots of my novol prison, rejoicing, no clilf. At up and touched it, examined it as ping again I stood doubt, at having treed their master. Hearminutely as possiblo, and again lay down. their leader's order two of the men Uftod ing a well known signal in the woods I me out of tho wagon, and half dragged mo It was nothing but three or four answered it, and one by one five of my stretched across two boards supported at tho to a spot where the earth formed a kind of friends crept cautiously up to the cave, carbench against tho rock walL Placing mo ends by short ropes. If it grew colder in tho ground tbey began prying at a bines in hand. When I spoke to them from the night I would reach up to them for more on there was a broad smile on bowlder, which, gradually ylelalng to their my port-hol- e cover. every face. An ax was procured, and, I intended to stay awake, but must have band sticks, rolled over on its side, exposwhile four of the men guarded against surbeen nearly asleep when a creaking noise ing a hole in the cliff. Into this they dragtossed me prise, the fifth cut a window in my jail, aroused ma The next momont it was re ged me for Home twenty feet and through which I crawled, having been a peated, and the quilts above me descended on a bed of leaver Then one of tho men prisoner nearly twenty hours. flashed upon me that I was in brought in some food, and another water rapidly. It When we reached the big poplar that a trap. Draw ing my weapon, I attempted and auotber wood. I turned to the outlaw loader and asked guards tbe pass to Sleepy cove I fastened in to spring out of bod, determined to sell my the fourth notch a piece of paper bearing life dearly, but as I straightened up the bow long be intended to keep mo prisoner. these words: He laughed at the question, but made no requilts coveted me, and before I could throw "Cap Hawkins, bowars The colonel Is on them off strong hands were at the corners, ply. Going to the cavo's mouth he peered your trail Go look for his bones In Smoky HstoneJ It seemed as if a ton weight had fallen upon stealthily out,TLore was awhile, and came hola, Eciiinr.tn." an ominous glitter mo and doublod me up. My head was bent tack to me. Chicago Times. It looked like murder. My so close upon my breast that I thought my In bis eyes. neck would breai. My breath come short God! Was ha going to bury me alive! I Bucklen's Arnica Salve begged him to shoot me, cut my throat and fast Tbelxst8a'Te In the world tor Cut UrulM-anything but leave mo there to starve. Dut With a frantic struggle I cocked my Boree, b'akUheuni, Fever Boies, Teller, Chapped pistol, and, placing the muzzle close against be paid no atteution to my appeal;. "Ef ye air 'live when I git back, kurnel Hands, Chilblains Corut and ill akin ErJl'Uoue, tho quilt, pulled thj trigger. I flrud at ef I git back," he said, "why mo au' tho and positively cures Piltu, or u pay required. I, random, trusting that fate might guide th ball Into the heart or head of some one of boys mought put a leoilo lead in yer carcass. u guaranteed to give rfect satisfaction, or uinney Ye may bev comp'ny 'foro night, onyhows. my cowardly assailants. The concussion refunded Price 'Hi cent per box. For tle by was awful in that narrow space. The The rovios air arter us hotter'u demultlon Pinny A McAllitor. smoke filled my eyes, nose, and ears, the blazon They air done 'cross ths dead line, An Old Citizen Speaks shot rang through my brain; I felt that my Hyar the mooslc, kurnol (" Mr J M. tfnrrls, an oil el'liii of Home, 0. "I hope they'll give you all you desorvo, lost hour bad come. My God, how I sufmurderer," I said, wishing tjrs that be bal been blly troubled with Kidfered! I remember a derisive laugh that you ney Coinpla nt fjr s great tnaoy years and with toemed to come from another world, then that I could throttle the vllaln. "Now, lurr.el, don't git out o' sorts. something heavy struck me on the hood. It Kcinua far three y ears; at limes could tcanelrt, When I recovarcd consciousness I was n air mighty comf'table in byer board an' walk, aiid had trie! uuuy remedies without befjro be began taking Electric Blltera and my back in a Jolting wagon, with my lodgln' frei. Doys, air ye ready Them hands and feet securely bound. Tho pale hounds air pickln' us up. Light tho flro, anointing hli hands with Uucklen's Arnica Salw, Cobe. Kurnel, hyer air a knife tor cut yer This treatment afforded aim great relief and be blue of the sky above mo and the hazy outlines of the tree-topreaching overhead told loose arter we leave ye. Dou't git skeered atrongly recomtnenda Electric Kitten to all who o' the ghosts, and 'member ye air mighty suffer with Kidney Complaints or need a Hloud mo that day was breaking. "Wal, kurnel, air ye come toun' all rlghtf comf'table board an' lodgin' freo; an' yor Purifier. Sold by fenny A McAllster. said a deep voice at my head. liaising my epcrtaph air down on the big poplar. Good-bMost Excellent. kurneL" eyes I saw leaning over me tho grizzly face Tho outlaws were already placing tho J.J. Alklnr, Chief of Police, Knoxvllle, Tenn,, f the outlaw, Cap Hawkins. He broke bowlder in position, and wheu Cap Hawkins writer; "My family snd I are beneficiaries of your liito a wild laugh at my look of astonishhad squeezed his way out the rock was tnott excellent medicine. Dr. King's New Dltcor ment "Didn't 'spoct ter see me this mornin', did rolled into the opening. With a crunching ery (or Comuinptloo; baring ,fouud it to be all t. yo, kurnoir he said, tauntingly. "Whar sound It settled into place, and I was a that you claim for It, detlre to testify to itt My frlendi to whom 1 have recommended It air yer dogs' ha' ha' an' yer Lorsesf he prisoner in Smoky hole. I listened for the baying of tho bounds, praise tt at every opportunity " Dr. King's New to! an' jer haw! haw' ho.' an' yer rcpytatonl Aw, Lordy. Say, kurnel, hoping that they bad tracked me to the Discovery for Couiumpttoa Is guaranteed to cure uliarairye a takln' me this morning ( Air cave, but not a sound ponetrated the door of Cougbs, oils, lironcbllU, AMhuu, Croup and er- yer ter lock old Cap Hawkins up my prison, j. uo tire burned briskly, and ery affection of the Threat, Chett and Lutigi. TriSmoky hole glowed In the light of the blaz- al Battles Fren at Penny A fc Alltler'a Drug Store. agin'?" It was the work of a few !,i His laughter echoed through the woods ing rgi ill. 81- snd souaued lleudtsh as it came back from minutes to cut my bonds with tho knife the Positive Cure (or Piles. outlaw had given me, nnd then I took an tho mountain side. I know Cap Hawkins To tbe peopled thii county we would lay that veil Lawless at he was, there was in inventory of tho contents of the cavern. '1 he placo bad evidently bcon fitted up for Lis omrosition a certain wild chivalry pewe haro been gUen tbe Agincy of Dr. Jfarcblel'i guaranteed slly culiar to thesj men of the mountains, lirnve the illicit manufacture of "mountain dew" Italian Pile "tuuglo-foot- " " aud for there to cure or money refunded-Interas a lion, ho had an unbounded admiration and External, for courage in others; cunning as a fox, ho were the wornout topper still, tho worm, Blind Bleeding or Itching Plia. Trlco 600 a box. , jugs, and liasks, and otbor For aale by Penny A McAlIstrr, Druggists. respected a man who could outdo him iu the mash-tubThe cave craftiness. Knowing thij, I determined to apparatus of the moonshiner. was about tho slzo of a railroad box car, ssDUine a bold air, and affect a supremo inDaughters, Wives anU Mothers. difference to my fate, whatever that was except that tho roof was higher and moro We emphatically guarantee Dr Marchlal'a arched. I jablied my knife Into every to be. remalo Remedy, t cure Fenale DIs "O, Cap, dry up." I began, winking slyly square foot of tho walls. Tbey wero of uasa, tuth as Ovarian trouble, Inflammation snd In a vain, mad elfort to roll Ulceration, Falling and Dliplaceme t or bearing at him. "Don't frighten tho revenue men; solid rock. the bowlder from tbe entrance I drew tho they'll be after you ngala" felling, Irregularities, Barreoners, Change of Again ho roared as if he would split his Llooi from my shoulder. It was all of no down iprlng-InLtfe.Leuchorrhrea, besides many sides over the joke. He was immensely use. Unless help came to tno from without above, llko Headache, tjloafng, Sen ffiBeeHuInleriorSouriml ftQSl JF llROYAl.MX'JJJ Jh SECOflriJTEWEl4 rafiirTO 1 MACKINAC- Summer Tours. roar Trips pir Weak Bttweta This fine eoiublnsd stallion will make tbeiea-aonoflMU- at tny atablo, near Shelby Cltr, In Lincoln county, on tho tihelby City and Knob Lick turnpike road, at $15 the Season or $20 to Insaro a Oolt. Deacrlptlou and PedlgreoBoeond Jewel lis blood bay, with black mane and tall, IS hands 3 inches action, lie li S years old high. with fine styles! this Inrlna. was alml uy Iawli Cunningham's ;welf, ha by tbe famoui old Washington Don- mirk. Klrat dim Mlnnla. br MoDoiaU'l Ual- cornj Jd dam by Wells' Crusader; 3d dam by a son of Davy Crockett; 4tb dam by a raluibU old cure, pedigree unknown. Mr. II, C Pariln'a Old Mlnnfe, dam of Second Jwl, waaa premium animal, from a colt to an aged mare. Second Jew. times and wore the el baa been thown twenty-fou- r times defeated only twice, dick tie twenty-twlie made ten shows lut staaon at Dinrllle, KlrksTllte, Ktchiuond and Islington and wore ten blue rlbboni. raiturage will bs furnished mares at reasonable rate. Parting with mares forfeits theluiuranre. Lien retained on all colts until service charge are e o e, Falaoa Steamers. Low Rte. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND t. lessee. ObsbeyrMS. Alreaa, KarrtsTlU. &. Tor stares, Qmoos, Bind SM. Clair, Oakland Bouse, Kartae dry. srrarr Week Say Batweea fftjetUl Win POWDER Absolutely Pure. ntr 106 Wall OUR 0 C. D. WHITCOMB, Oin'l ran. Agent, Detroit A Clevetind Steim Ntv. Co. DETROIT, MICH. iuadsy Trips dsrlsn July 44 Amcust. iLLUSTnATCD PAMPHLCTC JUtse aed KseMdea Tlakate srul t rarala&sd, fcjr yew TUk t A t, er eddme DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Go to J. -- OF. rot- Ifari is I will als J stand at thl I am stables ths fins J ick and Fresh dikes, Straw varies, a marTl ol purity, Thlit powder berries, Ioe Ofoam, Btutsr kept on ioe, More economical strength and wholeaomeneat. At AM to Insure a llr colt, money due when the fresh and nioej Ioe to retail; Ice-col- d than ths ordinary kind, and can not b sold colt Is faled or mare parted with. Ulack Hawk multitude of low teat .abort ti s coal black 0 years odthta Spring, 11 hands S competltoa with tbs Older, Ginger Ale and Lemonade, weight a'utu or phosphate rtowderi. Boldonlylu Inches high, lie was alrod by Caldwell's Young one. Black Uawk, he by Velocipede, he br llobert son'a Don't forget that it la headquarter for good But UotalBikiso Pownxs C. BLACK HAWK! Oottage Brea-- i Strict, New York, Ayer's CherryPectoral Should bo kept constantly at hand, for use In emergencies of tho household. Jlany a mother, startled in the night by tho ominous sounds of Croup, finds tho llttlo sufferer, with red and swollen face, gasping for air. In such cases Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. Emma Gcdney, 160 West 123 St., Xevr York, writes: "WMIo in tho country, last winter, my llttlo boy, three years old, wat taken ill with Croup; It seemed as If bo would die from strangulation. Ayer's Cherry Tectoral was tried In small nnd frequent doses, aud, In less than half an hour, tho llttlo patient was breathing easily. Tho doctor said that the Pectoral saved my darling's life." ilr. Chas. B. Laudon, Guilford, Conu., writes: "Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ha by Imp.. Mammoth, Ills dam was by Sllgall's Black Hawk; 2d dam was raited by, Stile Maxwell and was an Imported Jack. 107-C. T. SAXOMfiR. Shelby City. Ky. Samrxon. tf Uf Ill-I- t PLATT'SAPPOLLO FULL, nilOTIIEKN. -- 258su tMJ SHIRT, OROK Gilt Edge &Silver King PlrtJ by nubble's Deamatk, known as On Time. Flrat dam Motile Mount by Cabbie's Leatogloo, 3d dam br Young America, he by Taylor's Mas tengtr; SJ dam by Millar's Denmark, whlrh (Ires htm a dolU craii eflU tml ioJJU ( i M trorlf: 4th dam by Jim Bell, ore of the brat rceboraoi his day; 6th dam a noted Saddle mare brought from Virginia, pedigree unknown They will make tbe aeawn of IMS at J K. Far-rlono mile from dtanlonl on the lluaton'lll pike. (Hit Edge Is a dark brown, IS hands high, 4 years old this Spring and will ttand at THE BEST 8HIRT IK THE WORLD MiDK 10 br all-fire- N. SID PLATT, toulsrllle, Ky. i', MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita HiRh Roputation, AND $10 to Insure a Living Colt. Stlrer Klnjt will be limited U IS marrx, st tbe same rata, lie ta 3 years old thla br'Dit. I' twautlful bay, IS bands S locbe high Will alio stand at tame place a Hoe Jack, STEVE WALKER, Al ftH to Insure roll, monay due at weaning lime. Heiaa brown Jack with white point, S years old In June, IS naud high. II was tlreU by Alkln's Klog William and be by King Phillip; his first dam a Black aatln Isnnet, abe slrwi by i'titl- lip and he by King rnllllp; his second dam by Tba More Caul J le k la a large grey, More Saved My Life, aud also the life of my little son. As be Is troubled with Croup, I dare not bo without this remedy in the bouse." Mrs. J. Gregg, Lowell, Mass., writes: "My children have repeatedly taken Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for Coughs and Croup. It gives immediate relief, followed by cure." Mrs. 3Iary E. Evans, Scranton, Ta., writes : "I have two little boys, both of whom have been, from iufancy, subject to violent attacks of Croup. Abou. sbc months ago wc began usbig A er's Cherry Fectoral, snd It acts like a charm. In a few minutes after the child tales it, be breathes easily and rests well. Every mother ought to know what a blessing I have found In Ayer's Cherry Pectoral." Mrs. Wra.C.Ileld, Freehold, N. J., writes: "In our family, Ayer's medicines have been blessings for many years. In cases of Colds and Coughs, we take Xtf. ?vroP.rletSr lt Dstermiuod' that tt Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in In rare. Appointment!, or Attea tioa to Comfort ef their Oaeiti. lain. 110-t- f J. E. 1HHB J. K. y.iUHlH. 18H(t. cHt BMESge Koftltyi t -,- -, wlllbicoaei to ss4 fron the dl le Commercial Travelers. The Bar will ',"SL,-!,pE,." oleeil ''l of Ltnora sad Cigars. Abdallah Gloncoo ! rrlr, bear-skin- Ayer's Cherry Pectoral i and the Inconvenience is soon forgotten." rnnrAitED nv Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Mass. Eold by all Druggists. bed-quil- ts Your Hair hnuld be your crowning glory. Ayer's Hrlr Vigor will restore tho vitality and color of youth to hair that has become thin and faded; and, where tho glands are not docajed or absorbed, will causo a new growth on bald beads. tbe youthful color and vigor of the hair be preserved to old ase? Head the following, from Sirs. G. Norton, Somervllle, Mass. : " I bavo used Avcr'i Hair Vigor for tho past 30 years; nnd, although I am upwards of CO, my hair is as abundant and glossy as when I was 23." assured, that a trial of Ayer's Ilalr Vigor will convlnco you of Its powers. Mrs. M. E. Goff, Lcadvllle, Col., writes: "Two years ago, my hair having almost entirely fallen out, I commenced y the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. my hair is 29 inches long, line, strong, aud healthy." MAY e to-d- The noted I wilt The sire ol fritters, roadsters snd more fine y and make tbe on ol I Its than any othr attllloa at my (table l mlU. flnt clan Kuterti nan's awn of ISSS ttat south of lluitoavllte. on In Kentucky, will make tbe mile wmi of StinloM, directly on tbe Knob Uek thelfuitonvllle and Lib rty turnpike. Abdallah pike, and will, on account of toe depreaalon otar ererylblng, be perml'led t eerre mares at tbe Olroro la br Jo Klmn No. 3O0: trlml 1 57 extremely low price ol iieaV orJ J 40, and half brother Season or 820 to Insure. to D. C. a. reronl 1 HI, $15 tho 8. told for Is.Ood.J llevlew Sjtf, 83 sod J ".C. Mark WakefliYd. racer, J trial JLyeums Jfc jmt Orasa furnished at t2 per month Due care taken dam Mallle 8. by Willie (by ForelgoVr by to prevent accldeotaorrcaps, but will but be Imp. Olroco.) Id dm inula C. Cunnlogaam'a should any occur. uv.wm, . uiqi jiiDvrva tuneai br llnh- Nobby It a Jtt black Description and Pedigree jo rutuo liy St. Klino, 57J, br Alex """nilAcuaiun 13, by UytUyk'sNo. iiatubfVtonUn star to forehead and two white fet, IS hands high, win hands I Inch high, fine maoe and till, good, bony No.lft; by Mambrlno Mcmco. o'alatdam leg. beautiful bead and nrck, excellent shoulder, see: Wl Ills D.'s dam by Starlight, CberokM. back and loin In tact, faultlraa In ay mutty , and br Imp, Plantor .71 Abdallah nnro'l pos th-- e . !c T'tlir trill tuiriatre tV'!3 aiuJ, fine and large and god laovera, both In tested of a better dltpotltlon, and theee qualities Pl iai aaitT ,h saddle. itobby la that with very lltUe handling I have ooaW of his he Invariably Imparl! to hit progenr trolled In 40 the aire of of Nobby, Jr , recoid JTO'. and aold feci also another that w at ai protnlilng, a butow-.f,,0-Jfor 13,000, when handled very little. One of Me never been trained. Ab ec,,1? toll trotted lut teaton, with little training, In alenco, although a natural IU, another In JJ3 and onalu SSI, anU waaaoM ,7.,J. Ml "lle on elOiee. ilow track Inhorae. J 4J Illiiuckltnci wore tbe lire at tbe with itx weeks or two montbt' handling, limed for 12.300 lUiloavllleand DanTllle Falrt orer rings of twen- - by II. Pope, of Uoyle county. Mr. P.aaya he could colli. Nobbr wasilrv' by Oar- ahow i210 gait any time. Call and a e my itorir, ty and twenty-fou- r o rard Chief, the tire or nam viae, z:s;ii before breellogelMwhere, save money, for he Hippy, 2S.",, Hed Crook, iSS4; lull Arp. poaaeei tome of tbe Uet and ruonlng and trotting 2 31; OarrarlChlel br Mambrtno Chief, lire of In exlitence .He Is a beautiful brown. 2 IU.: Woodford Mitulnloo. 2 2IX. iK bandi high (gelding rueaiur) eupvrlor andotbrrsin the 10 Hit. First dam by Frank; snd muscle and Hands fur the amall turn of bone Aratuit iuam br Uyady k'a naroDH 2ddam br Ionian; th dam by Dlomede. Nooby'a dam $10 the Seuon or $12 60 to Insure. thnrnnffhhrrd mare. tald it b by Imp. Tranby. I will also stand my finejsck, Parting with mates shall forfeit the tmurance In all caa and a lien retained on all colts until For further information, service charge la pall. V. I.. f'gOII, callonor addreea At (IO to Imure. lie It 13 bandi 3 Inches high, or W. M. McArstc,; wltn fine bone and as much style ai a bone. Ue March, IM. Stanford. y. d e breeder will terra Jennets at M0. Hare seen three of and bit colts from Jendets that do honor to any jack ,...M,r". I'"1"1 "lib renden the aeuon duo. rhoae who eava traded utirea bred eeajou are reminded that my money It due and lut exprcted. ,0 fine stallion wilt accldenti, but not Jrr,tukf? any This occur. make thraeann of IRCt my p ace, three mllea Irotn Httnford on tbe Stanford i. Danville pike, at .,. rAn 5T" k '?.' ?. aJJ, Mam-brln- MoELROT, flnt-claai liafirat-claaajtckan- Vermont Hambletonian. P"n rwpon-tlbleahou- ld BE $16 to Insure a Mare in loai. f5" st )ji To-da- TS He la a black, foaled In by IA.12. ilxtwn bandt high . br William Welch, i 1st dam Kate brum's Ityadyke'a Hambletonuo Vormont! 2d dam Mlnck ablre, by imp. loraim Kmllv jj Danville Wilkes ",". ! tLgjetJfcr I Will make the season .""V; ben-Sil- ly-e- s y, vlr-tu- pine-knot- s. Ointtxent-empbatlc- "red-oyo,- nal, Ayer's Hair Vigor, the hair regains its youthful color and vitality. Rev. II. P. Williamson, Davidson College, Mecklenburg Co., N, C, writes: "I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor for the last ten years. It Is an excellent preservative," the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor, Geo. A. Dadman, Waterloo, Mo had his hair restored to Its original healthy condition. He wa nearly bald, and very gray. He writes : " Only four bottles of die Vigor were required to restore my hair to Its jouthful color nnd quantity." Ayer's nalr Vlgorcures dis eases of the scalp. F. II. Foster, Princeton, Iud., writes: "I had been troubled for years with a dUcaso of tho scalp; my head was covered with dandruff, and the hair dry and harsh. Ayer's Hair Vigor gave mo Immediate relief, clcnntcd tho f calp, nnd rendered the hair soft and pliable." renewed byd .rsra 8lb dam by Hannibal, Dili iUm by Silky, by I'nw. el. (See Einll tipd In Hrure's "tud Hook, Vol. I, page 791 vermoui iiauinieionian n a very Uild.enlnc with fine itvle aud lion . iwd action red Wlllla-- Welch, with nrlvatn record of U. Vermont being a grand ion of Itytdyke'a HaioMe-tonlathe grandert olre living, and Olll'i Vermont comlilued, hacked by thorough bleed, ought make a fine stock hone, to I will alto stand at tbe same place a floe Jack, Imp. Vlctsw. n br Imp. Leviathan; Sthdaui by Packulei; Gtbdaui Jt.ryUr.d I'buMiix: li (Ir.ndilver. 7lh d"W h r:u'dA?t;oi;tut Hi) the $13 Heimon, Due when aervlcee are ren-!- 2 "' . ".'.". vvCjSa resssenA,Jlv (V' uc.ru, ;( io inture a " '"Li inaraln foal. du. whn tk r..i i. ......... ""slF oaled 27 is Vj to Insure a living colt, due when th mill, Danville Wllkes mahogony. ,8 hli mile Iu 2 JO- with little handling at 4 years, YnJ auartar. in dlitlngul.hed He I, ino great i urn ran loompioa It, "Isnrtland only Wilkes uiu iusv pu ?,hnd,W Issallle Vtgen, named Qeo. of a end brightest Jewell nameiake of roral '.'.,i.nK"lg. hi1 h'h.of gre.t trotting ic .Mirr.4 "urm owi ics-t- t rrv. uomknox. tl I. BY CHAHIPO ! vHfctlflHsWy lexHsliaBi trjViBfcrlssssssfrssssssMsssssssssW ? 1K?"'?'W ."":, Indiana, r.,"" n,,Mtl worthy !, '""nr na USING JTr tMnSUSsSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsV handled by a eoiorea boy. lks ber aire, .hi ha level bead and a good salt. Danville Wllkra It dam AS rv.lll ii'iii by Lyle's fleo Wllke. Jr. oaeaaaaie; Hkedaddle ii. nii. . . . irumpeter; Sddain Aratutr 4th LcllpM.'i'nT can till trace blm further Inin it.. ih.....i.L o Panvllle v?'illrLD,Ce,frr.For' the d . ""Juy KiimtI&ii & iffi Tssrfclflffli !fnn 110-t- a r.. rTph1 aidari "w?r V; month. Due care will no be reipon- 8tanford. St. "! .' ,,lrnl,,le P1rtTweMnislLut any A. T. occur. at J2 f XaxVELLEV. I!!'1J,unlvititl .""' "noil mun Ayer's Hair Vigor, Dr. J. C. rilEPAItKD BY Ayer & Co., lowoll, iffass., U. S. A. For sale by all Druggists. The fine Imported Norman ilalllm, will n?ske tbe toaio'i niiosu ai me nauie oi J. i wray. at link Cottage, ' 1J lullrt frJiu Uianroid' at I Fiftf en Or S)illnrH (lie Senaon, LWrCtt't TtsjH mm ' Tu s ladm i.nl jmigQi'uinunkatiW QSJJtV ttuKfliiictar. " UMI " l H1.I; , ,v, ,3r:v::iCi,il:ilCj. g Debility, A dull, heavy ftoling came over ma and "Say your prayers, Cap," I continued, b- Drag-slit"it'll be a long time before you see daylight I sat down near the lira Tho confined air nd to Dr. PrlceJlwUI N'.6rl Mr 'le wus getting close. Suddenly, on looking again." V . pamphlet, frr. BMarcbll, Ullca. . "Whutalryo at, kurneli" be up, I was appalled at tho discovery of a J Foristlehv Penny A McAluu-r- Drumjlata. asked, seriously, catting his eyes about him. .My shot bad missed, but I kept firing. WIIX VOtTTuFFbP. with P)ipcpjaand Llv-- r THAT UACK1NU COL'OH can I eo quickly CompUlntT Mlloh'a Vislir la guamutced to "Well, you see, Hawkins, uow that I've uird ut rfullutr. Cui. Wn iMisnue It. 11. L. 1'U pt you In my power, I'm going to put you !. '! I i vi .ntt y tickled. my doom was sealed. from the Weakness, Sltepleisntm, leron Palpitation ol the Heart. Ac. Tor tale pl-u- al e. OPERii i rstot to HTANhOlfl). KY HOUSE. Proprietor sttraciKu. (MS to Iuiiiroa Colt. Champolskdarkgrar, 174 linniln high, weighs tt6TU pounds and la six years old the 29th ol May noxt. He It of fine ttyle and action, good In Ibe Infna, well ribhrd and largreblr. wllh well ihsnid tliouldert; head an br II w, stub. neck well let on. He as fmn-irt"- ! Vjatt. bl field A Co., ul lllooiii'tu-t118-l- f At irtvi ',KKVil,D. III. "(tit It. 1SS2 q.u n1NNYR0YALPSLLS llrfclf l thi It&ftln.. "liti.EBj PJIUH, fllinolloin I ihti cltu m ' iitucu Munniv np.os Cult, T u hit on th. u.oi Ira wUii an I now Ohtiuk.nlh.Uut iritllltl o( rii.t l... . j ,, vi. W. WALTON, fvtOd et " lMIIStinna.- -. onii-.ric.tENGLISH.' 'llic Oriitimil ni,( omy rnnlnc. atsusfs 3i r-- B.wtrt of Blso of fc'tage, 20x30, El'ht oomi loteeoti of Sc,u ery. Boating capacity, Including galliry, () all kinds 'or inle ns (he.ip as tbo very chrspoit. l'leaieglve me call before buying elsewhere. l4illo ii'mepap old l.v lvi' IImhM..' ui tit I .Ji"rh".;'"( worths. J? "'. imi,..i r,.,!:,'i".:r"...UlllH., 1 1 V - 1JMI tlAltltlSOX U truss. ' ' i. ' win ,. ""11)1.1111 rin- - "' i. I'.. 1,1. .. IL.. ia ..ra--- . .wjtniiaujdafc.t. t