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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887052001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Is' 1HE1 VOL. XVI. Ml, VERNON, ROCKCASTLE & fi AV A A"v X. jiumot .f&Sxr vff .. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1887. GEORGE BARNES n -- fl A 'r COUNTY, . molesnnd toihe hwt?" That'. (he linen-HoO. aw m I speak feelingly, for James His nrrived from Fiorlih Wedmine had to, ' otiryPubUc. nesday evening. GOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE and I know how hard It is lo "make Kv (.Merer the Lincoln County Court, I wil. . III ) " & GIVEN-- ? ! wel ! the r Hsv. John Carmichael has a 11 pound Wei Tim Millennium M'tibtliiUvtl Ttipmlaumniil Frltlnw girl at his botiee. will soun be here, trunk God, anil we shall AIO.N'MAY, JUNE OTIJ, 1SS7, -- AT AT -- Win. JIarer and Mr. R. Robbina booutol thin sharp contention forever. Fifth Street, At tho Court. House In BtanlorJ to tho hlgheit I !'J I'ISIt A.3NIVIJIU, CAHH. were tnarrieil Sunday. Tl'i-er.'j- , Meanalnle, "Go preach My gospel," ealth hitl.Ier, a Int of iwUa, rouod tbo Mtti , M y VI, 1 8j7. number one m IjOUWVri.TT? . . Chapiiels (isn TurnpILn Lucnpanr fur !500 ntnl -- Four of II. (J. fiMitry'i family are Dkaii I.STCitioii This a place "llow-in- g the Svior. UI " "" understood If weeredlt tht fl.W ilwiDj 3 and 5. fromlB tnv "''"i-eJl 'ilC, f.r .'w.'' '" Htock In Cnantxli down with typhoid fever. I think the desr Tuplo people have conwith milk," if int with 'honey. " In or., I.lebt Shira t.tn Turn. lectel J demanded. pike Couipniy, lu (onledcrjtG money tad a The tramp nuience i again revived all my traynli! I lnye not croee po milky ducted their in a model way, pttee of ancient taio Cln. "tlvpr nince the warm weather hia nrrived. n way; nor revelled in eiich golden butler nn making thi II. OWHI,r.Y, Kx'or perfectly unique in ' U W. P. WALTON- orT C. JIuuiLer, IHcJ. A Kuudiiy echool Convention will be Tupolo nllordx. An 1 there I no blue that respect nUo. The bulk cf prentn t m dally opening nn elegant line of Spring ar.1 gra, either. Oleitu irgerino i practically citm during Uh progiiM cf thn services, nt held nt Maretburgh My iMatnnd 22 J. -- We underalaml Mr. M. 15. Debord hag ""hnoarn. Nearly everybody eeein lo ou Is were hie ed I gave the first illui CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Th0 LatC8t of the Season. LONDON, ky. withdrawn from the rac for Superinten-- 1 ',im' "'eek, well foil cow, and thrf id a (ration in my Iit letter. That neemed to i Tlie.1l educational meriting for herd of regi'tereJ Jennys, 70 in number, e.t tnt-- k no'e sud from that on the con ueui oi iliftrict will be helJ it Ihe (' diese hall -I- Virllet on Bruah Ufesk, IC. C. railway, to fall hick on a a renirfe, j jut nt Ihe oUge iributions droppwl in, with such huirtinc. l n.,.1 Beft.r. j June 1 vi. TI.ro.,l.l, Ihin cjuoty, have found good bed of coal if town. The bafore mentioned wealth of and spontaneity that I was continutlly up lliroiiKlKMit. 1CATK MVlIUt.i n. fare Our people nr delighted oer the pr and are goinj nheid in developing them. artcian cell make dairyiug u delimit, bourne by this evidence Hint the word was mill ruttsniiiililo irIrH. Hay anil nlglit pect of noon ixii hearing KiV (Itorjc () They will be shipping by Junu 13th. while the am plm of the particular well nt taking deepest roo. Talk aa we will, the Harnea preach at Drippinc Hprinc-- . 2o;.o,a. Kiiha Ihllnck, an old cilizin of thi the Jersey farm run oil into a little lake, pocket is the last font reached, the inner liopiiliir lloiiM... The Holinui Hand cjndticlel dlvii.e county, went to Crab Orchard ywterdny on formed nnd fed by Hh bulging fullnoM and citadel of earth, as we hnve it, and when MT. VERNON, KY. HervicM here on the public iqtiare. Liro TA.r-iiroiithe panenger train. Thi in the Grut trip abounding in flne Cih. When the euper-lluo- that falls the surrender is complete. I'ho ervi-ceoonKreaalion creeled tbtui at hath This old and he lirn ever taken on the rod ttinee it was Hotel 1, atlll mala. waiie of Ihe scjrw of nrtomaiirt in "bottom dol ar" lies etucocced in Ihe p'aca BOOT AND SHOE STOJtE. UlniDgiUi fine reputation. Chargo, thin favored village eliall be turned into of "entire consecration." the world over. Of built through the county. reasonable Mr. Saw Ward, Sir' Jo JliineLrirt, fcpeclal attention to tho traveling public. Wcmakoaspeialty of the tnanulacturo cf fins The preaching of Ihe evangelialu last the gicat uiau to the cist of town, con course this Is not complimentary to the Mr. I). li Klmiston mid Mi-- Ilirdio liar- 31, V' XV iioota and bhoea aud guaraateo our work In eTtrjr Wt'!Ku r''r, illn compote our nick liit thi week. Alro week ha put many of the hard old sinners verting it into a lake of euqusiing beauty, race any more than that the Two tltst-carespMt. vrorkiuen are alnaly "' Vernon, Ky. employed and others will In engaged ir necessary. way to a man's heirt is through his atom Itepuirlng Mr. Ilunley rjioeton, who in Mint alive at 10 thinking of the neune of the final instead of :t malaria and uiuxiuitc-breededone neatly and at sliorl notice. (Jiro LOUIS SC1ILEUEL, wind up. One or two from thia placo the surroundingD of Tupelo will be hard to ach Nevertheless, truth must bo spoken. us a call and we will serve ion right. thte writing '..V.VA fTOX JOIIXSOX, Some of cur pruUy girl, in ezprcinK thought strongly of following the evanue-list- a. beat. The fact of theawamp lying to the Love eurvivw everything, but bad cooking t"1 Lancaster Mrett east, whence the wind asldom blows; and and grece only shouts "lo triumph" when iheir regret for jour l)Uiner manager' KICHMQXW. KKXTCCKr. Samuel Hix, who had h'n leg entitled being filiated ho far below the level of the it nweepi the pocket. If anyone thinks me late, illne, eaid they ntr very orrr he and spine injured by an engine at Lebanon town, render it practically innocuous, n a sordid in saying that a prompt Photographs in liTstyles and sizos. was cirk at nil, but if he hud lo be nick pecuniary they vrinlioi! he had been in Crab Orchard Junction Monday morning, died Monday pestilential neighoor; bat Ihtri ii no reft recognition of the gopel I preach helps me I PlCtUrCS in Ink. will deliver lo regular customer. In HtanI ,rl ' night at s o'clock. His sinter, Mrs C namp son why it should not be converted from an to nreacli better, be it na. I Ttdia OOlOrs. Crayon and admit the fact nt that time. nnd Itlnlty everv morning at Water Mullme, of Livingston, went to him by tho eye tore into thing of beauty, when a and hy wy life bare for inspection as to Hit. O A. Bartholomew, of Dinville r designs In Frames an! .Mats at very ofirst train and was with him when he died, dam, to hold the pure nrtesiau surplus, is the reason. Charity will find One Cent Per Pound. lit, L'nchar-it- y Ielitrerril a re tj able Mid intetentinir. rtcB' ttnt . . Accounts duo at tlio dose or earh montU ut will not even search for it at the( tuUlian church last Monday in remains were brought upon the night all that is needed. I love Tupelo nnd her wnen customer 'jutts. s express and wsre interred in the family people eo much that I want to Bee this one The dear LORD Is so good lo send us night. Ojr people were Terr much pleaned ,;i it v.. Ji.nnioiy. CITIZENS NATIONAL burying ground near Maretburgh Wedue. drabjck removed. home from our lister's work with this BANK, with him and earnestly hope that be will day. For the rest, I am constantly reminded bles'ed meeting as our last memento. And early date. Thit our town again at an OI' I.AACASTKn.KY. Mm. J. K. Cjim, of Brodhead i visit of the fresh cleanliness of the typical vilI hope Ho will send us South again in due Mm 1'irb, of MiMouri, Mre. Joe Cof CAPITAL - - . 81H5.O0OOO ing the family of James Houk. Mr. G. G. lage of Near Lagland in my walks AND through time. Ihe harvest is while in this land of fey and Mr. John Utllard, of Danville, Wine, the tomlxlone man your SALE hae been Titilins their iter, Mrn. Will in the county taking ordersoffjr workplace, is the town. Lverjbody seems to live in a thesun. The LORD grant us to bB reapThis Bsnk solicits accounts orindlrld.i.!.. in his cott ige, laying a double claim to arcbttec ers in days to come. Rver in Jeeus, I'.jt. IS A. Dak wm Mim Lou Dlllinn. Having rented tho stable on Depot street, I am RDl1 corporations. Its facilities lor makinc ro . line. Xale Leans, night operator, and wi'e tural taste and nppropriate ptint. Three prepared lo train and braak horses on reasonable lettlons, In all parts of the ITnlio,! Gno O. Bahse JameViiutvl during hi appointment here. teS' are ua terms. County Court day trade solicited. visited Liuirville during the week. Hury or four exquisite groves, spared during tlu ,,,,,. ,7. V . . Mr. A V.. Gibbon, of Danville, accompaarc DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNT t. uiuiA jl. v.lUVKXTJZIl, "J? reasonable accommodationsi .an times granted Weber and sister, of Knoxville, are at their war becaueo the headquartors of the generals, Stanloid, Ky they teo proper nied Her. () A Bartholomew, "(irntle to ask. Webeatoofl'er - our aerrlr. , ,. i,i" grandfathet II. Cirpenter', for the sum- are unique in beauty, while the graceful A little daughter of Mr. I. T. Ltnier, R. 5. MABTIS. v. ..tW J IUU lltl " Annie" wm the uiaitnct that attracted him ,.. JSU.il PERK1XJ. , n, 0 riM,jJll.nr!m, ....,.l.. mer. We are always did to tee Harrr. water oak, rapid of growth and faultless in who has qeen very ill with meningetis, is vui4u.no, wnuoui uanicint BaoniiEiD, Ky., May, IsST . hither. Mr. Clel William, of Ml. Vernon, fflrllftld an. I a........ .1. .1... ,u.,ln7 ousineaa seai Albrleht.V Martin ho . Mere. J. W Miller and Geo. Denny, tfmhapennd leaf, embowers the place in now thought to be out of danger. ,i,.i epent .Sundai with friend here. Mr. and friends and customers oli he cbango In nrm n,,V "w""ve prompt anl foltuu.l o In the police court Wednesday Al tentlon. grateful shade. Mr. John Slarin are the Riiet of Mr I'!. ijincancr, were here Wednesday. Divid (). Gibson, formerly of LeTel A few days.ago I went over the bloody Lewis was fined $" for a plain drunk; Tom MAHTIIY A PEJCKIXS. W.Jones. Mr W. 1' Kennedy attended Green, this county, who it will be remem- field of Hirrnburg, two miles out of town, Ram was charged 5 for a breach of tho .l the l.oiilmrillf rce. Mr. Acieio Kaino ine new iirm lion's, pot only to sustain the rep- - . J. . M, HIOOINBOTHAM bered got a five yeirs' sentence for bis conin company with a veteran, who knew peace aud Celia Stepp $10 for using violent Utatlonofthnold. but lnti.n,l. tn ,. v. ...,. i visiting inOeiiloro hart JOEL J. WALKER, proTenients In the manufacture ol tobacco wbka , nection with peniion frauds eight years ago, every nook and craony of the ground nnd and abusive language toward another. will be to the Interest ol our customers. We will JOHNiON, List Ssturday n very eeriom acciilent J. W.L03AN, devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands L. F. HUBBLE, has been nt his old tricks ajain Dr. E. J. Nickerson, of Springfield, of Kentucky's best leaf T. M. ARNOLD, Afler pictured the whole thing very vividly to Aa he happened to Mr S B. I'nninton. Tbaoklnn you far pas: Im elMiaUJJ, B. O.MULLINS. serving his time at Juliet, he returned to me. It w. 9 one of Ihe minor engagements has been in town since Monday, He ex favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade. goim home from here his hore becamr we remain, Itespfctfullr our. this Slate and located in I'erry county. He of the war, but horrible for the exceptional peels lo be in Stanford and Danville every rto-ogreatly frilflitenrd, ran om distance nnd Ji.lltTIXA.' VKItKIXS. OFSPXClZIXe: was taken before Judge Birr nt Covington slaughter, considering the forces engaged. court day. Mr. L. Marcosson, of Louis lumped over a ditch, breaking the eaddle Jl. HIGOINBOTHAJI.'rr.EST. J. girlh and throwing him aero the railroad usi weeic anu trieil on charges similar to Uuford's command was almoH annihilated ville, is in lovn on a visit to his son, a pu LEWIS V. LEAVELL, those far which he was convicted for com- - in an charge. There wai not a pit of the D A D. Institute. track, lint btck atruik the tie and hie J. P. SANDIFER, CASHIER, milling here, though he got oil The band belonging to the First RegiB. F.HUDSON, TELLEP.. head a large rock, cuttiug a deep gah in eier this vestige of war left, ive one savage scar of ment of ScuHtni Opens June IhI, 1SS7. Ohio State Guards accompanied a canuon bill on the crest trunk of an an. it While he wa Iving there fearfully time, gelling a small tine and the costs. TERMS OK BOARD: June per w(ek fH; Julj i "Komelhing old above the moon." Yes cient oak. the Covington Commnndery to Danville lirilUoil and unable to move, he eaw a and August per week 1 nildren under DR, W. B. PENNY, nnd the music they make is so divinely old and fcerrants half $0, price Transient raws per The K. C , M. A H. railroad is rapidly freight train rapidly approaching and In a Hro. Wallcn.you were correct about the DENTIST, , per meal day IO tent. Hotel acccniuioda. wormlness of that "hurry production" in approaching completion. The supervising sweet that were a soul bound to Paradise to tions lor few minute would hTs been crushed about 50 guests Cottages will be rentlo ed any time from now until 1st day of July to one tatiintorcl. death, had not the engineer seen him just regard lo the hen and pea transition and engineer is our very kind friend, Captain hear it just outside the pearly gates it lamllr only at J2.50 pAr Afier the 1st diy we confer that were we unfile to produce Glosttr. Frank Malhewj, who, with his would wait until they ceased playing before pt July JS 50 will be charged. Special rates wlf: in time to lop the train. Mr. Pennington be given two families desiring to occupy the time afliJavits as to the truthfulness of same, we good wife, invited us to Tupelo, is in the entering to bear the angels sing, ha earnestly rrueted me, to make the yilSSt Horses will be well cired for and fed at $. per in our deep humiliation, on being exposed Ciptain's office. He look us The loth annual conclave of the Grand above Ktatenient nnd to add that neither down to the trctlon suaranitVl ll" mMl 35 tea.u- - further in nn attempt to levive aged jokes in the swamp the Inforu.aikn other day to show us the pile Commandery of Kentucky began here Wed ornocnargesraade. tor whukr nor morphine ciueed him to fall .1. ,. srooXAStOKE. Vto r, peculiar garb sported by our grandfathers, driving. A nivel sight totho)e ti If hom, a ame have maliciously from .who have cesday morning, with the following named btunford, Ky would crawl into and hide; ourselves in never witnessed We bare fixed the prliei to suit nil and Right Emiit. The ponderous ham- Grand Officers in attendance. aierled. lie ay be know he haa eutler want everybody to come to Hale's Weil Hits wo and be convinced that this is the b st and ed more in thn lal three week than any some of the numerous caves that abound mer is perfectly under control, giving gen nent Grand Commander Sir John S. Lyle, cheapest mortaUivim; ihtt he believe (lid ha in the neighborhood, where the fowl in tie taps or irreitible blows at the will of Covington; Verv Eiiinant D'epuly Grand A golden wattrlng placeis in the Slate ol Fentu ky. oake. on Lancaster street, roxt door to Ilira-rioorroriunlty oilered jou m boarl tr Journal office. Ofilce hours from 3 to li J. tne month .pared hi life for enme rooiI purpose, which question repeated the performance of her, the man who works tho lever of the engine. Commander Sir Henry G. Sandifer, Din of July in of June and from now until the 1st Jay u and I to 5 p. m. Anesthetics admlnlsUu-e- wh3 t, so sou is vour llu.e aecewary. misguided and unfortunate nncestor. We I had thought ville, Eminent Grand Generalissimo Sir come- 1154-- 1 jr. will jet be revealed to him. We willingly piles were sharpened before -tl A. U b. are satirfied Mr. V. 1' Hiatt will come lo driving, Horace January, Maysville; Eminent Grand make the above ilalement, m we are nl but this machine puts them down our rescue with llilavit to this and olhir where way kIiiI to lend a helping hand to thee wanted; njiart-indeat any requir. Captain General Sir John G. Montgomery, startling fact. ed angle, nnd us easily as you would drive Cynlhiana; Eainent Grand Senior Warden who are xtrlTinu to do better. The familj connections of Samuel a nail into a soft pine plauk. Once driven, Sir William il Mefiert, Louisville; EmiA eomn aptculation i enKRed in in Hix seem to be strangely unfortunate in four across, all inclining to regard to the vole of till precinct in the the centre, the nent Grand Junior Warden Sir Charles II. legislative race, it may not bo out of the meeting death bv accident. His uncle. AI ends are sawed oil by guage, cross pieces Fisk, Covington; Eainent Grand Treasurer Osreus, was killed by a falling tree some put in place, rails extended and the great SirDivid P. Robb, Versaillo'; Eminent way to give the view of ojuie gentUmen jurs age; his half brother, AI. Cummin, engine creepi upa few feet further to drive Grand Recorder Sir Lorenzo D. Croninger, uutliy well ported in the drifting of the was killed by a falling limb while out coon the next row, It Without diarcpert, intention vote here wis intensely interesting Cjvington; Lament Grand Standard Bear bunting two years since, and at about tint to watch the play of the ponderous machin T Sir Thomas J. Flo irnoy, Paducah; Emi al, to Mr Bjbbitt, they flirm that Dr J. time a nephew, a boy of ten, a sou of John D. I'ettux.thv democratic uominO, will, ery, hII so appirently simple, when one nent Grand Sword Rsarer Sir James D. Cummins, wts accidently shot with a Iljwling Greer; Eoiiuent Grand sees how it is done, aDd yet every psrt of Lswls, bevond peradvvr.lure or doubt, ctrry this by ncjniptnion and killed and a- reported Warder Sir Sam H. Stone, R.chmnnd; Ea.-ne- nt well-nig- h large mijaritY, notsithKtnd-in- g precinct by h perfect nrraugement, the out the In last piper, Sim, while trying to get on a Grand Captain of the Guard Sir Chas. thl-- i Dr. nli'o Mr lobbiti'i precinct. growth of euccesslvelyears of pitient expe-rimoving engiiit', fell bstween the wheels and F. Hill, Louisville. Ht 10 o'clock there 1'ettui hte m long refilled here, while not tut nnd partial failure, till pei severance pMeeiii:.iti exlcniie pernnl anj'iuint was so b.idly hurt that he died before night and skill found their reward. I declare it was a public parade, after rtoic1! tho Grand Officers were escorted lo tho Opera Houeo In our fifteen yeirs of riilroa I experience nnce, ha by filch unvarying kindne', the thrills me when I think thit all thee triwe have never uut a fellow employe whom The address ol welcoms wis delivered by inate germ of boner nnd generosity, o won umphs ol exquisite mechanicil genius are Green Clay Smith and tho response by we thjught more of on account of gentlH for jiamoii nl! who know hici well, that but (ho struggles (all unconscious) of the " " "" """ '""" w" it I a pleasure fir hbovo h party pledge, to manly conduct mid kindne" of henrt We HOD within each one Jof in, yearningly Grand Commander L;le. After the ad dr.'ses the Grand Commandery went into will sadly tni-- him. stretching its fettered hinds to "grasp once vote for him and ncord to him that, or in Mowers. ImThe Laglish Derby, from which tho Keu more the dominion of the world; ouco its eeiret session; and at It in the afternoau pjMible Such i fact any oilier Buggies, Lumthere wis a display drill inspjetion and re the eKtvem held for him here, on account of tucky Derby, the Lilonia Derby, the Amer own, but which, in an hvIIi hour, slipped ber, &o. Give view at the College grounds weet cf toivr. hi fj'iiet bul extremely merilorioue li'o, ican Derby, the Coney Island Derby and from its hold. Vet its imperial nature De Molar No. 12, Louisville, alone par hiiknon cool ard impartiil consideration other Dirbye in this country get thclrname must ever renuin the same. The tempter, ticipated and went ofthrough all kinds of of all matteri devolving upon bin decision is a race for I! rear olds at the distance of who beguiled, cm load; with chains and military maneuvers with a precision that n hatf mile, It was named for build brtzen wills r round, but the "image and position, that wherever known by men one and simply marvelous. At S in the evening they would truat him implicitly and not Lord Derby and is run at Kpsom Djwna, and likeness of (bd" will asiert itself, in wis MUttC'UANT TAIIiOSt, there was a reception ol Sir Knights and some 10 miles fruui London, where racing spile of all. And ono day Qod will grant find their tnut mUpIared. ladies at the headquirtoM of Ryan Com has prevailed sii.ee 17iJ0; but the races His own Image sweet releiao and tbesb disA clerical gentleman recently met a mandery. There wa plenty of good things I have receive! aud still receiving only becams famous trom the time abilities shall vanish, as by magie, before there coup.e of legal friend looking on at the to eat and a good time general!; and after when the Eirl of Derby founded the Oiks the omnipotence of love, Thus I read, in . Tho cler. erection of the new the reception there was a hop at the Opera. in 1770, and the celebrated stakes named the light of scripture, what those who look gyman inquired: "tltve you come in ac House, which continued to a late hour The afier him in 17S0 An old ale house stood elsewhere for a solution of the wonder Comprtslug tne best la the market, which will be cordance with the old invitation to 'view Commanderies present are De Molay No man call on the downs, which from the circumstance working power of this creature the ground where ?e shall shortly lie?' " l'Jand Louisville No, 1, of Louisville; Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Seoond to Nono in City or Country was surrounded by trees of that his genius, his skill, his talent, his power. Immediately one of the lawyers replied; that it Maysville No. 11; Covington No. 7; Cyn name was called The Oiks. After a time His greatness is but the outreachings of the Give He Trial. "Not 'shortly,' but continuously and at thiana No. 10; imprisoned "likeness and 14; Marion 24; Richmond 10; Henderson this Lectin the property of the Karl of enshrouded and Frankfort 1; Carlisle IS; great longth." The minister bowqd aud KC. Derby when be founded the two great image of God," once received and never Georgetown No. 1 All the business hous passed on, Bridgeport Standard. es and nearly all the private residences stakes named. Some years elapsed before destroyed, The meeting closed last night with a are ornamented with Hags and banners The three signs of a counterfeit coin are either of the stakes rose into const icuous not ollen heeded by t careless public. A fame. The first contest in the Darby crowded house and like a parting kiss of bearing devices and mottoes peculiar to the Order, The very best of order has prevail-e- d bad piece of silver hai a hollow ring or a brought out nine etarter from the entries the LORD'S own lips. The dear preach co far and the meeting will long be reers sr ere good and generous to the last light weight or an imperfect rim. If tbtee of thirty six subscribers, and was won br membered as an agreeable and nrofitablo cbtneteristica were fully learned counterSir C. IJunburj's Diomed. Many times in Methodirt, Presbyleriau and Cumberland one There will be another reception lo S.Y2 ATEXUK, feiters would soon bo discouraged in trying late yeirs there have been thirty starters "L'kt) pastors, like people." This is a meet day at Ihe headquarters of Rvan Command-ervfro1(1 to 12 and from 2 to 6. At S I do not know when' in out of two hundred to three hundred en ine without a ripple to pas imperfect money. the evening there will be an addresa hr tries. I have iuat seen its like in this respect. It Sir Knight Rev. John Augustus Williams. "I've been on this roivl ten years," said a The hair wiich Jicob Devine pulled out makes me think, with a little sigh, "Oh, if of Harrodsburg, and a public installation of conductor on aHoulhem railroad to a pasSir Henry O. Sandifer, of Dm weighed in court sud the preacher would only bear me patiently officers of ui wife's head senger who complained of the slow lime be elected Eminent Grand impartially, what gocd could not be viile, will "and I Know what I'm talking about," there wss almost two nunres of it 'then and Commander. During the dav thp Or.., I Jacob look his weigh lo jiil for three done 1" Alatl that old barrel of sermons Commandery will prnbablv visit the "Ten years, eh?" said the pifsonger, Deaf S.-F- INE elands in tho way. Shall it go "to the and Dumb Institute in n body. GOODS Detroit Fiej Press. "Whtt station did jou get on at?" months. .I KMWHMmH NO. 230. I'KAHJil.TlIB 3OItlJ. 1 ! AYRES ATTORNEYS LAW, '",;.'."Jr. "" r .. (ItH-ly- .) 1 g nu-etin- .. MIIjIiIBTEKY. Celtics tiii-Ml- Stl-tirdi- y, ne,.n,l 'l'MyJ-iiNluiwell-kno- WWUR HOTEL r e. n well-know- n r, I'lIOTOGRLl'JBISB, ICES! ICE! IGE! , e Livery, Training, Feed, STABLE! n,. ', ' !,. i ",""au . at-t- niHECTORS: ";.!. , HAXXTS WEtl! ' Kontuoky . ??' sfi-io- n k ctm-eren- d, I- - 3VC . .JzSJfcrCf LJ CJfcLl.. vh-t- T l - " Dealer in Binders, Roapera, plements Generally, liiin a call. Wagons, Agricultural II. C. RUPLEY, court-houre- New Goods for Spring and Summer O. RUPLEY. WALSH, THE TAILOR, FOl'iriU LOUISVILLE, P. KIT. v EXCLUSIVELY. fT HMwyLiMVL.ffnnrTreifrrinwminriinn Sw-88ecU- mwwrwmrartKTMnui uiiwitntirjvmimi-amrw.tnrttr.l..iiiAiimitMVi- iit Mmnuii,immiwwmi'.imLiiiininij lllchmond-R- or aijimi iiumji'"""1" B Intcnorloarimi Calntown-Re- y. Wni. Oakley. Tuesday with even n larger attendance than Casey-R- ev. E. 11, OoJIwy. J. W. Holt Ins. was anticipated, tho prenchen and deleMay 20, 1887 l'roTldence-R- sr. Stanford, Ky II. II. Coo krell. gates numbering 53 Dr. J. W. Fitch, pre Jessamine Rot. W. W. Bpates, A, J.Ororstreot. siding elder, took the chair And Rev. F. ft Garrard Female Collrgo Rev. M. Erans, D. U, " W. P. WALTON. Pollittwas chosen secretary. -- Tho Chair Tho Sunday school Conference convened man very earnestly solicited thd help of yesterday morning with Dr, J. W. Fitch in the members to mako the seeIon full cf the cbatr. Rsv. II. B. Cockrell was chosen interest and profit and thereby better quali- secretary and the new delegates were then fy themselves for futuro work. The three enrolled. Speeches were limited to five A lot of hoodlums and other?, who went pews from the chaucel wcro included in the minutei. Kev. W E. Arnold opened tho o Henderson Ian Friday to witness the bar of the conference and tho hours of discussion of the first question 'The Dehanging of tho negro, McElroy, amuied business were fixed to meet at 9 and adjourn mand and the Difficulties of the Sunday-Schothemselves that nicht by hanging a dum at 11 for preaching; meet at 2 and adjourn Work." We have not the space to my and calling it Gov. Knott, bscauso that at i The committee on quarterly confer- give a synopsis of his really instructive rerentleman bad very properly granted the ence records, consisting of Messrs. Arnold, marks nor of any of the speakers, At its wretch n respite till July 1, in order that Cock rill and Spear, was instructed to indi- conclusion the choir sang "Precious Jewels" his f i lends might have a chance to investicate the extent of their examinations by and then Brother Spates continued the die gate a possible clue to his innocence. This marssand that a copy of the criticisms on cussioii. Brothers Speer, Grinstead, Owens, cffigj burning business is a very silly and etch bo put in it to bo returned to the re- Humphrey, Traylor and Myers also spoke ST D cowardly one at any time and in this inGO recording steward. A number of on the question. "WeS'iall Stand Before stance it is peculiarly reprehensible. Had ported on the condition of their charges the King" was then sung and "Tne Necessi the condemned been a man of wealthy and CD and gave tome interesting details of Ibe.'r ty of a Special Instruction In the Doctrines influential connections and if a possible work. of the Bible as Distinguished from the charge of pandering to the popular feeling An additional number of delegates reMere Facts and Precepts Thereof " was popularity could be even for tho sake of ported at the afternoon session and they opened by Bro Spear, Bros. Fitch, Ilender-son- , intimated, much less sustained, the cise were recognized and enrolled. Ten o'clock Ovtratrcet, Pollitt, Grinstead and Ar would be diflerent. McElroy is a poor ne Wednesday was fixed for of lay b "Old Extra Billy," as ex Governor delegates to the annual the election Other nold participating in the debite which fol(hero gro without friends to aid him and if ) conference. lowed. Adjourned till 2 o'clock. n, Warren-tois a prcbb!e chance that it can be ehown William Smith was calleJ, died at CD psstors reported and Dr. Spear addressed The afternoon service w.is opened with Va., Wednesday. He wa3 over 90 that he H not guilty of the murder charged the body on tho need of system in manag- pr.iyer by Brother (l.tlord. Brother Spates C2 -J H- -. & CD against liiru, the governor has shown the years of age and for over 60 years had been ing the financial alTurs of the church and spoke on the third proposition "Tho Imtrue spirit by giving those who bavo inter- conspicuously identified with the aflfiira of the need of building churches and parsonportance of TrftineJ and Kiperlenccd ested themselves in the case sufficient time his State as lawyer, Legislator, Congressages. Dr, Erans protested that stewards Teichers in the Sunday Sohool Work," folgo terms iu to do to. Only ono person of five who man and Governor, serving everal were not elected to collect money and said lowed by Brothers Gifi'on', GrinMeid, Arwiltcjeed the murder was able to identify the U. S. Congress and two terms as Caief that it whs as much the duty of the preachnold. Humphrey and Djhrfl; "Bringiug in )--r. the prisoner and under the circumstinsea Executive of the State. CD er to emphac!z) tho Bible (etching that the Sheves" was sun; by the choir and the fcS -- S thero aic grounds for doubt in the matter. The New York Herald, in a flittering, there is just as much religion in paying as last question on tho programme was taken Satisfied that negroes will always gt jus but deserved tribute to Mr Henry Walter-son- , praying as any othsr duty incumbent upon up: "How Can weSecuro a Bitter Atten CD tice and more we never complain of any nominate him for vice president with them. The cnurch plan for raising funds dance Upon the P.irt of the Adult Members Gfl Bnd we are Cleveland in 1SSS Cleveland ond Wattereon is executive leniency ehown them the best that could !. devised and ear- of the Church?'' Opined by Brolhor HumGov. Knott has proved would read mighty well and the ticket nest, energetic men are all CD glad to know that CD that is needed-Mr- . phrey, followed by Brother Spatoi and oth- p-- 3that he is no respecter of persons. And we would go like wild tiro. Linuey objected to putting o much ers. Dr. Fitch expressed his approval of wish to nay right here that Gov. Knott has "Pray what had been done in fitting terms and tho stress on paying. The bible y ArrEn a month's idlo billotiu the demoin the main made as good governor as the finally agreed upjn Siniucl II. without ceasing" not par without ceasing. convention closed at 1.30 by sinstng "God State has ever had. nis administration crats have Bro. Loon, ajont of the Widow and Or- be With You Till We Meet Again." Benefor United State? Senator and he will has been clean, honest and impartial and Paco phans' Home, Louisville, lud been with the diction by Brother Fitch. be elected. He is cruirnnn of the State -- 5T we are cjnhMent that those who have been church so often that he felt like one of it CD NOTES. committee of Florida. free to abuse and vilify him will yet admit, democratic and desired to endorse what Dr. Erans hnd Tne pulpii was handsomely decorated if they are as honest as they claim to bp, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. said, loe question of money was not with growing flowers that he has met manfully the full measure as in tho early ages, but it should Bro, Grinstead closed the three dayi' A new law in Michigan raiees the years of tho responsibilities of the high office and be. Ho then gave en account of the grati- very enjoyable and profitable services last to fourteen. stood faithfully by his oath, the laws and of conjent of females fying condition of tho Home, which is night with a very earnest and stirring ter- Tne trustees have let the building of the constitution. out of debt with endowment fund increas- men tho State Colortd Xorrail School at Frank-for- t ing. A number of children had been adoptHenry Boaoa, one of the assailants of The preachers' class meeting, held oaoh at $5,7GS. e the Rev. Steve Holcombe, was tried in get ed by wealthy persons and all were doing morning between S and 0 o'clock, has been We estimate that Buckner will well. At night D.. Henderson fi'led tho a service of much spiritual luterest and Tuesday on two indictments charglos.OOO vote; Bradley HC.OOOj Fox 12,000; pulpit and preached a sermon that was power. ing him with robbery and it being shown Louisville Post. Thobe 0,000. highly complimented. The music was a I will preach at tho Cnristian church, that he had twice before been convicted for Jerry Long defeated G. N. P.jbinson decided feature, tho excellent choir of the Crab Orchard, next Tuesday night and all felony, he was sentenced under a statute for reprefor the democratic nomination church being ably assisted by singers of the the members are requested to bo present. providing for it, to the penitentiary for life. sentative in Shelby county by 275 votes. His attorney demurred on tho ground that J. G. Livingston. at Laredo, Texas, other churches. The custom-housWednesday morning's session opened the statute was unconstitutional because it Rev. Dr. Morton, Secretary of the Church was washed away and a ferryboat sunk by with prayer by Dr. Erans. Bro. Elwards, Extension Society, arrived Wednesday afviolated that Bection of the Bill of Eights Grande river. a sudden rise in the Rio of the M. E. Church, introduced. Further ternoon and addressed the Convention in which provides against excessive punishWays are being prepared at Alexandria ment and against eecond punishment for Va for the construction of the Pocahontas, reports from pastors were heard and the the interest of the Parsonage Society. , hour for electing delegates to (he annual Miss Sue Bennett, of Madison, Secre the same crime, but the Commonwealth's the tint of a number of American fast sail- conference hayin; arrived J. C Humphrey, tary presented decisions of the of the Woman's Department of the Attorney ing vessels. A. B.Bonta, S.S.Myers and R. F. Head Church Extension Society, was in attenCourt of Appeals affirming ita constitutionMrs. Rhoda Mcllvaln, daughter of the were chosen and H. C Smith and J. A. dance upon Conference. ality and Boggs was given a full benefit late Gov. Metcalfe, died in Nicholas counSptrks altetnates. Bro, Pollitt made a very The following delegates to the Sunday-scho- ol The law is a good one and it is well to enty this week, after 50 years' cocfinement in gratifying Conferenea Htlended from Nelson report of the work in his two it strictly against incorrigible crimiforce bed, aged 7t. charges, Stanford and Brights. Church at county: Midamei J. P. Grinstead, Kate nals. Attorney General Garland and Randall Societv in Lexington has had a little Gibson are said to be in the lead for the former vastly improved and building at Cokendalpher, Kate William', Emma Marshaking up. L. E, Tierce, one of the pro- appointment to Justice Woods' vacancy on latter ready for dedication in three weeks, shall, ml Misses Ella Hays and Dee RowAll now needed is a parsonage And we must land. prietors cf the spoke factory there, who has the Supreme Bench. MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. Rev. W S Grinstead took occasion to have one. Adjourned for preaching by tall and handsome been living with a Rv. James H. Siddall, a Methodist Rav. W. E. Arnold. say in a speech that the IttrEiuoii Jourblonde of captivating manners and winning minister, was arrested in Indianopolis upon Dr. Evan?, in the absence of the chair nal ia tho best pper in Kentucky. We addrees, and who had with her entry into word from Kentland, Indiana, that he was I lutve u Hplumllil hfock of Uto man, who was sick, called conference to have been striving to make it a followliiK GooiIn: the beet circles, has cteated a decided sensa- wanted there far sodomy. y and are pleased to religious order and Bro. Cockrill led in prayer. tion by eloping with pretty Jennie Stanley Glass-- , Tin- - and Quoons-waro- , Forty shoe manufacturing establishprevailed to limit preachers to (en have ourtfiorts applauded by so worthy n and making her his wife. It now turns ments have shut lown at Haverhill, Masssource. oat that the handsome blonde wis only a achusetts, on account of labor trouble. minutes in making reports of their charges and a number were heard. At the hour for HELIOIUUS. picked up at JImil Three thousand emploes are idle. concubine that Pierce Bush, Woecl and Grass giving attention to Woman's Department and who for several yeirs has ton, Ohio, Andrew Carnegie refused to contribute church Extension, Bro. Humphrey addressBrother Birnes and family have ar- Scythosand Snaths, been euppoeed to be his wife. The tony in- to the fund for the proposed celebration of ed the body. He was jlsd that the church rived nsfely in Louisville. Buggy Whip3, all pricos, dividuals who have been entertaining the the Qieen'a jubilee on the grounds of -- Tho infant child of Hiv.H Allen Tup was beginning to reconizo the importance turning up their fnoses, fly couple aro Pickles in and in bot-tlo- s, American citizjeehipand hatred of heredi- of woman's church work and cited many ptr, Jr , died of pneumonia at his home in Bhowing the whites of their eyes and exLouisville this week. tary soveieignty. biblical exnmples as well as modern eviclaiming that they will never take up with The Methodist and Bipllst memberJames McElroy, the murderer, about dences of her noble assistance in aiding eyen hardly ever. another stranger, not Boautiful Flowor Pots whose respite 83 much noise has been made ship make Gl per cent, of th Protectant, foland spreading the gospel. Dr. Morton of the nation. distinguished gen- at Henderson lately, was Wednesday lowed Baskots, Those who know the in an excellent speech in which he population The Mormons are likely to add more tleman will endorse both propositions in brought to Louisville for safe keeping. He eloquently spoke of tne grand achieveLomon and VanEuropean converts to their this paragraph from the Louisville 'lime: is to be hung July 1. ments of the good women who bad devoted than 700,000 illa, Gjn. Buckner went to Lexington last country this year. "If Grover Cleveland should look to old their lives to the Lord's work, Motion car numbsr in this In Bracken countv, last week, Thomas make Bill Lindsay a Justice Monday and held a consultation with the ried to appoint a committee to solicit Kentucky and othor Can-no- d California Kenton, aged 100 yens snd 23 days, was of the Supremo Court he would have on State Cantril Committee. Arrangements namesof ladies for parsonage society nt StanGoods. the bench as great a lawyer as tbo country were perfected for opening the campaign ford and Bros. lVsples and Grinstead were immersed in a tank prepared for the occasion. T. R. WALTON. Kentucky for tho August election. affords and remove from the appointed. Chaplin and Wilmore contestDuring the past year the American Hon. Elijah Conner Phieter, prominent Milk HsrdlD.Ute of Montlrello, Clerk. poorest politician within her stage the ed for the meeting of the next district con- Sunday-scho- ol Union has orgaoizjd 1,530 in law and politics in Kentucky, died at ference, the latter winning. Further church Hmits" new schools, with 57,217 scholars, The was for Maysville Sunday morning. He reports were made after which committee 63d anniversary meeting was held at CleveAn individual by the name of Hayes, of Congress from the been an extensive hen farmer two terms a member on conference records reported. A vote of land Sunday. who haa district, declining a third term. thanks was tendered the people of Stanford since he served the term of president that Ninth Bros. Evans and Hopper are holding a The committee on collection of funds for kind entertainment. The secretary was offered belonged to Mr. Tilden, baa been meeting at Ford, the point where the K. C. for the Odd Fellows picinstructed to make synopsis of proceedings a presidency at last, which he can take already subscribed hours Kentucky river, and are meeting $155, and had for Central Mcthoditt and a vote of thanks crosses the usurping the functions of another. nic, collected in six without with so much success that a church build pledged six muttons, two shoates and ten was given him for accurate and full minThe trustees of the Ohio Slate Uniyersity Richmond Hsrald. utes. Dr. Morton stated that the church ing there Is already assured. presidency of that baskets of provisions. have tendered him the Rsv. S. A. Day, evangelist, of Millers-burgUnited States extension work was prospering iu every Bill Stotts, an Institution. has just closed a meeting at Concord Marshal, was shot and instantly killed in particular. The last report shows an inchurch, Falmouth charge, which resulted Agitatoh Wood, who aspires to be the the court-hous- e at Eimonton, Monday. crease at every point except one. A small 100 conversions and CO additions head of the so called labor party in Stotts had been indicted and was awaiting amount Ii si was loaned to churches this in about Paris Kentuckian, to the church. he will call a convention to trial for maliciously shooting a man's eye year than last. The churches to which it Elder J. S. Sweeney, pastor of the nominate a State ticket on the 17th of out. The four men who, on the 12. h inst , wae promised found themsolvei able to get Christian church, has been preaching 32 Jane. He places the labor vote at 00,000 he is a sanguine if not wrecked a train on the Mexican Cential along without borrowing and had declined years. Io that time he hs married 800 which shows that noar Calera, Mexico, by placing bowlders to accept the loans really an encouraging couple, preaohed about S30 funerals and well informed blatherskite. on the track, were overtaken by an official indication. The body then finally adjourn- has received 3,700 persona Into tbe church. The negro, William Patterson, chargel poBse of ten men Tuesday and all four at ed, Dr. Divid Mortion at night He has preached in 19 States and in Ontawith tho murder of Jennie Bjwman, is on after which the sacrament of the Lord's rio, Canada. Paris Kentuckian, once shot to death. trial in Louisville end is defended by the Four robberi stood up the paseeogcrs supper was partaken of. Dr T. D. Witherapoon, pastor of the colored attorney, Harper, and O'Djberty, Following is a list of ministers and dele First Presbyterian church of Louisville, on the Ohio & Mississippi as It was leaving the republican candidate for lieutenant the Louisville depot the other night and gatei who have been In attendance: has been elected to fill the vacancy in tbe governor. Their reliance is upon an alibi. H. M. Llnnoy, B. J. Dur- faculty of the Southern Presbyterian SemiFrom Danvllle-R- er. relieved them of many watches and conIt seems that providence haaoninterfered siderable- money, They got away, but two ham and Dr. E. B. Johns. A. Henderson, A. U. nary at Columbia, S.C, caused by tho rellarrodsburg Iter. J. the su- have since been captured. Jo give the democrat o show tirement of Dr. James Woodrow. The DKALXia IW BonU, J. D. Bryant, R. K. Units. Smoke from forest fires is making navpreme bench. Justice Woode will be sucPerryvllle Hev. B. W. Spoer, Marlon Cirpen-te- r, title of the chair Is "Natural Science in ita . Drugs, Books, Stationery and Thomas Russell, O. C. Martin. ceeded by a democrat who will bB the tirat igation perilous on Lake Superior. The Relation to Revealed Religion." MackTllle Hov.J. A, GiywaaJ, Orceulth Peappointee of the party to that court since propeller, Jay Gould, bouffd from Chicago The General Assembly of the Presbyrauuy mi uuioa. ciii'-s- yi ter, Wllbtrr Peter. is in session at St. 1860. to Doluth with a cargo of merchandise, . Cbaplin-H- er W.fi. C'rlnsteid, J. M. WllUami, terian Church, South, U' iOir . H s4CKl JuV ......l-ilkn- a -HAI14l1 AAraiMMrrltW1. m lf-- l i v GO 4. rr.rPresAlto The friendB of Ilawthorne Hill, of the lost her bearings on account of smoke and Dirld CokenJolpher, J. II. Hawkins, J. C. Hum- Louis. It represents 13 Synods, phrey. byteries, 1 085 minister', 2,193 churches, MSJSHSJSJS' SJSilMSSMTSf vVJBi v v will sympathies with ran ashore off White Fish Point. Maysville Jlepuilican, Ijiwrenceburg-P.- er. S. M. Carrier, R. F, Head. Senator Reagan, the father of the In0S27 ruling elders, 4,811 deacons, 10,702 zSiP'3BHlufliHLVlrfSNsKL htm in hla and bereavement in the lots of CamdeoiTllle-K- er. G.O. Ragan. Sunday-scho- ol who terstate Commerce law, says that the clause teachers, 88,963 scholars 6alTla-R- T. W. J. Doran, Wl K. Woods, his excellent father, John Allen Hill, The contribuTbe Largest Stock of Watohes, Olooks, Lancaster-R- er. 3. W. Pceplei, William Haren, and 143,743 communicants. departed this life at Marion this week, aged forbidding a greater charge for the short tions aggregated in 1&S0 $1,321 .374 Jewelry and Bllvorware than the long haul ia the most important A. T. Haren. 73. BryanUvUle-- C. M. Humph. ey, Joseph lion, youth of feature of it, and that there are no circum- Charles lion. of LouisiThe wife of Senator Gibson, Erer bought to this market Prices Lower thsn sw?4l VSlsubSlslPSQsKSirssV Cbarlea E. DatIs, a dapper VsssBfinAii&SiFTflBMsflSssSassK' stances to justify the commissioners in sustbe Lowest. WatchM, Clocks mil Jewelry R Stanford-R- ev. F. S. Pollitt, Rev. M. N. lirly, ana, died at the family residence, Washinggiven three years for bigaLouisville, was pilied on short notice and Warranted. pending it. T.. gpoooamore. ton. John my. WITH SUPPLEMENT The Kentucky I'reoH Association will meet in Ljulsvillo Jane 21. The following id the progranima published In yestersign-nieday's Courier Journal, but tho first is news to no: "Plate Matter had Keady Prints," by V. P. Walton, of tho Stanford Intbmoi: Jolminal; "Toe Advertising Bent and Haw to Beat Him," by Urcy Woodson, of tho 0 vensboro Messenger; The Cash Srelem in Subscriptions." by John A. Lyne, of tho Heudersan Journal; "The Cjuntr Newspiper," by Frank Frane, of the Wicklills Journal; Oration, J. 0. Rust, of the Hojisinsville Xcic Era; Poem, C M. Meacham, of the HapKinsville South Kcnluelian. Lt. Gov. Jacob, whom everybody thought was dead or hoped that he was, has come out of his bo'e to advise Union soldiers agsinst voting for Gen. Buckner, who he asserts haa no claim on the democratic party. As for himself be will vote and work for Billy O'BraJley, the veteran who fought bled and died for the Union cause. Jacob will be remembered as the "independent", candidate who got so fearfully snowed under for clerk of the court of appaals a few yeirs ago, and his sourness accounted for. THE DISTRICT CONFERENCE. W. K ArnoM, j T. The body convened promptly at 9 o'clock t'oiuMsot Rev. i:. Owens, J. DehoB'. 1. UllforJ, Iter. N.rotti. J. I., WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT hiiiiwiimi WALL PAPER, ol M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S m W pa-to- rs 55 P O 2. o 4 o & 3 P. ri w - Ob f- O 5s 0 no w fe Gl SB m s - & 3 w O h? B B ggKJ rv rn m o o r- L:u-isvill- T, R. WALTON, unoci:ie, first-clas- s Mo-lio- n seml-weekl- -- bulk and Extracts, and , a Penny & M' A I is! ?v PHARMACISTS, fff 4 i. (Sjjg fe Udg) JEWELERS. im j -- i. -- iL- T?3r- - rs-s- st .. it- - m9mim J pwmmniiii Scnu-tHfkUu hk iiiiiwmxhiiii ii ijuhwijjii ' inujuwil'iuufm It E 7 J'SI.WUUSWnr3BSyVM?WWUUrrilWSmiEl'iyWS m 1KM ;) 3krior Jo urns! - May 20. 1887 Cream Fretssra nl T. H. WaltotiV, Call Miirt and examine our O f nicy & GO cent white Utici lime just received. Fkf.sii cu-loiHocker A Urighl. m UlYCimSUMItnTS. DR. S. Q. HOCKER. ! JOIIN HEIGHT, JR. Crati. Tin: Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society will give a strawberry enppjr Frld ay evening, Mty 1!7, for the bentilt of the build Stanford, Ky TAXES! TAXJES I'n-le- K. O. WALTON, - Bualnoaa ManrvRor. I. Mall i A ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. trln Ki;rtM train" In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still .place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservos to bo. Ask your MONDAY, JILVE 13T1I. 1SS7. neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market parties live in the Crab Orchard This I one ol the moat oel Ightful and deferrnd- lUturnlnt. neighborhood. Iv oiiular tummer retorts In America. Fire equal to the IMPERIAL D. II IIowahii has about completed his Miss Nannie Totten, of Mitchellebnrg, kinds ol mdical waters, ot unexcelled curative Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the circular givlrije lertot, etc., addrejia lowers. iCM. NOTICES. . hotel at Alum Springs and will eloped to Dtnville with James Blaurct, of UOW Milt. 1.U.Alum ,sprlng, Ky. PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All LANLMitmi'd (larilru Seed at Penny A open it to the public June 13ih, See Indianapolis, and wero married, The old we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have McAlisterV elsewhere. folks objected, but it counted for naught. 3STO. 2917. any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. A rULi. Una o( fishini; lAckle of all kinds Wynn took Three weeks ago John Coi'.sTY CI.EH1C Cooi'Eit desires the new REPORT OF THE CONDITION at l'ennj A MuAlittet'n. W. It. McKI.Ni:Y, ShIcniuiui. pretty Mary Hussey, of Liui'vllle, to JelOP THK ready to be magistrates to know that their conimieeions Mauuiaoe license was issued yesterday John Pingleton and Miss Vina ISrcck-Ilot- a. m ThvtwOTs li CAlcuUUxl uu standard time. Oolir rAoli.itOiit 20 minutes taster Fit.VNK Dkniiam, it necro, fell from a K C. LOCAL TIME CARD. enr while unloading tie at Rowland and to war. hurt internally, but it is thought be Trains leave Itowland its and 7:15 a. i. will pull through. airlveat Hand 8.53 r. M. Norh 1 golutf North Bouin Houth ....... -- U " ...........- -. ..... lair. m. M 1 89 r.M. i (Iiikkh pea, '""P beauH, cucumb?M, To thu Tax Payerj of Lincoln Oounty. beln tind new potntoen at 8. H. Myira iug fund. The ladle havo subscribed $100 The Tax Hooka are now riuJy ami I am ready tlio new lUivcuua Tub Itoa refrlitcrator in the beat made to it and they hope by this means to taUe to rocelre tho Taxes. Ijw tliflUlierlll Is compelled U acttlo with the It keep? dry, with no b;tJ odor. Metoulf tho amount, Ilesidea utrawberrici there Htito to month earlier than heretoforo. Ho will be stlad', ice, cke, cofToa and a good plowo come lot ward ftnd t.ir early. & Footer. T. It. SEWIulMi, 8. 1,. C. supper generally, It will be given in A 0vs-Hall HOCKER & BRIGHT, (SUCCESSORS TO W. II. IIldWIXH.) We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most nopular 17 W. II MlU.r.11 sold to Mr. Thompson, of the L A N , a lot of j of an acre on Whitley street, In his extension, for $200 and mi-- wo beipeak for the ladies tho Health l liberal patronage. MARRIAOES. I Oil Pleasnrs Resort ai Ale Springs ! ItsTlng liullt a new and commodious linuao at Alum Hprlngs, lior'e count;, I lrlllopen it to the 1'llbllo COOK ST0VE8 and RANGES in tho Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. h hantli-om- e M-- no-l- ite till zed paint aro Tun IickI have come and are ready for them. Their had at IViiny A McAliMer'. Ask your urcicer for the Cincinnati Di- term begin June I. king Co.' cracker anil cake. A L Fields In already secured a date on Kor l W ATt'HHt nd Jewelry ootlro und warrant! by I'unny h McAlia here for his mlnntreh next reason, Feb. '21, ur. 1S&8, when he ssyit he will bring u the Ktandaiui ready mixed paint; quality best rquipprd company on the road. durability uuxMnlrol at McUiberlH & and StKiV. I am oiw ready to do all kinds of relock of Jewelry, latwt A completb Pen-a- r pairing and painting to biigirn and spring stylo. Hook ford vntelie npecilty. wajotiK, Ac. I will bn plowed to have you . MoAlitw oall and get your work done. Wm, Diugh-erty- . rup-alm- lico as his bride. Tuesday lie carried her cold and lifeless body back to her home, she having died of spinal meningetls, National Bank of Hustonvillc. In tho Btato of Kentucky, nt the ctoso of Business, May 13, 1887. The Information ha rtachel here that lt;v J. Lot 011 Barnes has taken lo himelf kksuu mi:-'- . n wife from among his membership in his SI SSU Ioati and illkoounts MissitsippI congregation. Hi old friends, Overdrafts 2,870 47 pupils and other, send greeting) and goo 11,500 0) U.S. HondstosecureCirculatlon wishes. 3,822 H Duo from approved rewne agent i,7 12 Due from other National IlanLs LAND. s'TOCKAKil' CROh 1 Queen and Crescent Route. (Cincinnati New Orleans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) Shortest .and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 1, '87. KKAIs DOWN. Tll.IN'-MiUriI- . PERSONAL. Jon II Krkwkk, of LiQctftittr, a rf here yesterday. vMllliR MlW .MlKtK DlNWIDIHB tbe Miiwet I) i mi. Mim.lt II Mahoky ami llltl Maria hare reiurnrd to their borne at MillcraburR. MlM Ankii: ALCORM will leave to dty to vi.it her con Im, MIm Pox, a' Ml. Sterling. Mit. John M. Kuu went to l'trkill lo thl week to viit ItUfiMar, Mr young ladle' Sooial Club at will give n Pink Tea at the beau tifol oonntry residence of Mr. and Mr, John D. Cirpenter on tli evening of tho 31 of June. A M'ilDXH of Swim workmen who had come here to settle have gouo to Louieville that they tor.', work, giving ni n cannot live where it la impoible to obtain thttlr usual supply of beer. Tax Hue-tonvilt- e cago. Fou Hile A thoroughbred Alderney Premiums )ld R, E. Barrow, Stan-lor- d. Cheeks and other eaih Items oow and heifer calf Rills of other Hanks - June wheat is quoted at fc'J in Chi- Duo from Htate Dnnki and UfnUri Ileal folate, I'urnltnre and fixtures Current expenses ami taxs ld !H? 56 1.S0Q 00 225 77 M25 00 50 87 ici:ai N'o, 7. IT1. No. 6. No. 8. Viol', Loftin, Volanie and Modesty wero the w't prtu at Wednday'e now at Iouiville. Autociat, Tho Nitional Crmatory Cjmpany, with 1500,000 capital, hta been incorporated in West Virginia. bttijht 23 J. L. Cigar, of ctraof wheat of parties about Versailles, lat week, at 7s ceuU ter bushel. Timely rains in portion of Nebraeka, Arkansas and Wisconsin havo prevented threaleied rrimi damagn from drouth. A.T. Nunnclle7 bought of Sam Harris eighteen 200 pound hogs at SI 37 and of It. Cobb eighteen 1 0 pound ones at t 10. There never have ben so many fine horses sold in one eion at L?x!ngton as in this, the sale footing up over $500 000 The Bourbon Trotting Club hn been organized at Paris James E. Clay is president and the first meeting will be held June 17th and 18th. D. N. Prowitt will ship his firl lamb next Monday, when be will send six carloads from McKinney and Danville. He pays 5 to 6 cents for them. Richard Cobb bought 40 head of yearlings at Danville Monday, at of old $27 60 and Chris Lyon 20 000 pounds weight, at $38 30. Cattle are steady in Louisville at 2 to 4 CO; hogs are qtiet at 3 to 4; sheep are dull at 2 lo 3 and lambs fairly active at 0 to 7 for best hoi! i to 5 for common. J. C. Hummer?, of Ihe Hiseville country, sold 03 fat hogs to Doc Lovo at 1J cent. He bought thwe hog March 1 for $235 and sold them for SOJS -- Glasgow , S-700-pound specie Legal-lend- not" M0 SO S,7M 80 tjtoO 00 M2 SO JHO.05I J Daily "ally. i;v. dun. 45 n in 10 SO a til 11 36 a in 7 11 17 4 No S. No. S. sTATIOK-- No. ' Djilr. Dall7. ..Qaomtawn ..l.exlnRion ...........NicnoJMvlllo ..LllarnKltutirs Juoctfon., ..I . Dally. No 4, IMIIV. V.x. Sun 10 7 IP.AlNSNOitril. " Dally. Dally. 1 S. Treasurer fund with per cant, at clreulatlou) 1. 1 l Total A B I LIT IKS. M0.980 00 1,400 00 12 21 am 12 33 a m 12 U am 1 am renn Capital Stock paid In Surplus fund- I., U qullw aick Thk opening picnic at Dripping Springs a Mm. Hum Huoxaouh and MIm is fixed for June tth. A lively programme Jam, of Crib Orohird, were rum's of ha beon arnnged and an excellent bind Mr. Dr. Hronaugh. mil ba on hand, lirother Htrnc crpecl Mn. J V Haitix, wi'n and ohilJ, of to arrive there on the same tlay to hold a . Lou-nn- profits National Hank note ctukUBdlag Individual Depoidta sul.ject to check Due to other Xatlooal Itaoks I'ndirMd . 4,m 11,240 .. W DO 1S.679 IS I.ttl !12).0fl E 2 IS pin 25 p III 30 p ui 8 33 ft 111 S 00a m 10 Ml pm 8 10 p in f, tf M pm 08 p iu 8 10 p in 7 05 p m 10 82 p m m 7S5 limlll 8 02 ptu 11 in .... 8 4. p in 8 89 p m 12 88 a 9 10 p ml 12 Mi a ui JL've...'lntDa'l .. V'rv Sli lip u ...... I unction City .... ... ... ... Djnrlll. 2 27 a iu 550 a tu ...Kings Mountain .........Somerset .Chatt-inx))- 21Spm t5 47ain 206 pm !i 32 a in 135pm 5 20 a m 12 49 pm 11 S 10 6 8 8 2 12 47 pm 20 p m 81 pin i in 23 a ill G II a m . 27 am! I IS a mi. 7 00 a ml 4 0.5 a ml 6 27am 339 a in . ... , 2 56 a in . 2 45 a m . 1 l 1280 a 111' 7 85 a m 12 8 21 am 8 10 p ra 9 52 p in .'kdalo. . S5a iu' a in 0Op m 30 p ra 00 ui . . . . .Btnulns'um .Nw -- Kn'aw Meridian Meridian ... 5 oo a m 10 35 p ai 7 4 'J 10 00 7 10 p 10 15.1 20 a iu pin in Orleans ui 0 20 a m 3 15 a m 8 01 p in 2 85 Total sTATi: OK KKNIIXKY, Count j- '. '.5 1 ( orUmulu, " U aid 730am 55 45 p m .Vlcksbur ..ihr-repor- ' : PiMnburc. rent, Mr. aid IUv. "e been the iusia of iheir Mre J. D. Htilln. pv two weeks' meeting. A H 4:' first-clas- with the Salvation Army, wo are glad to inform numerous inquirers, is untrue. He took up with their teachings and fell in love with the woman, but his duties here were too pressing to permit him to leave iust yet. Dead. The brakeman, Sam Hicks, who C. C. had hi leg crushed at Libinon Junction K Hrucc, J. U. Hayden.J night while Cmon, I) it Cirpenter and other, alno at- - Minds by his train, died that being taken to the horns of hi sister at tendwl. in Il)ck-castlTin: lUcordinR hKretary, Mr. . is. Drodbead. He waa lO.h annual having forrever.tl years fjllowed the McKiOvrl, iiallendinc the meeting; of the Pharmaceutical AMOciation occupation of mula teacher. in 1ouisvll c and havinc a bij: lime. Tne The usual coincidence of the meeting of membership numbers 3J3. A batijiiet was the Methodist preachers and the ripening tendered ihem at the Gait Jioufc which of the early spring chicken has been obcoat Jr per plate A beautiful picture of Gmritr- - served here this week. Well, their victuMr. Mc. npieua in yesterday' al a.id clothes are about all that thtso earJviimal Mil K. Ta nit AST, Kr rixlen years nest toiler in the Master' yineyard recorrespondent of this ppir, with n rotintt ceive and they ought not to bo begrudged cotucjisniou, which ha extended from the tie best in the land. Stale of Casiy to tlae Lone Star State, callThr bmines manager acknowledges the ed in toseo ui this week, looking a natural receipt of an invitation from the graduatwlife He uoually (,'oes by the oyerland ing clasa of 'larrard Female Collego to at route and don't nny more mind walking n tend the commencement exercises on tho dcun or mrre utiles before brenkfast than let at 10.30. Tho young ladies and the rolling ell a Io'. M ty his legs never grow subject of their essay are a follows: shorter. Mit.es Cirrio Burnam Wood, "APJea for OlMi biisincis manager, Mr. E. C. Wal Woman;'' Bailie Elkin, "I must, I will;" tjn, leayes this morning for a two or three Ella Hell Pjlk, "Progree." Weeks' yisit to the scene of his childhooJ Tjik session of the Stanford Female Colla Virginia. He will also rlslt Washington and witnss the Xationtl Drill and lege will close on the Sth or t)th ci June, tale in the othsr eight. Thl is the Grst The exerciees will be held in the chapel of trip for hotlth and pleasure alone that ho tho College and will not be attended by the has taken fjr years' and his vacation I Ufii.al display and ceremonies, owing to the well earned and deierveJ, for no one could recent death of Ihe president's wife. Three your.g ladies, Misses Annie Dunn, Jennie be more faithful to the interest of this p ha been. We know hii McKtnney and Ellen Wearen, are candiper than he friends will jjin us in wishing him a pleai-an- t date for graduating honors. journey and a safe return. Two miners named Duherty and Haines went to a dance at the house of a disrepuLOCAL MATTERS. table woman at Jellico and quarrelled near C. Fniau fruits at A. T Alford's. its close over who should have the honor of cethe last dance with the hosteis. Pistols Go lo Metcalf A Foiter for salt, limj, were finally drawn and Haines caught a plister. ment and bullet in his abdomen, from which he will Tnnr.E rooms to rent at the Commercial die. After firing Diherty started to run, Hotel, suitable for a email family. J. T. but Haines let him have one in the back Harris, and he fell dead. platei for Full line of heel and toe Pennington laThe Chesapeake A Ohio advertises a rate A dies' and gentlemen'e shoe. of ono fare for the round trip from all staJohneon. tions on it Lexington division to the great y you want dinner, tea or chamber set National Drill at Washington May 23d. we can sell you lower than any home Tickets will be sold on the 221 and 23 J and will be good to return till June 21. This Metcalf A Foster. is is the cheapest and best chance yet oflered Pimuu tell ua that the cutwormhaye to ybit the Nation' oapltal on a gala occaplaying havoc with the corn. Some sion and the trip ia through the most maghad to furrow out and replant. nificent teener in the land. . '' The Brussels, carpet which covers the While Marshal Newland was down in of the vestibule at the Methodist floor hh) plant garden Wednesday, his little church was a present from 8. L. Powers. girl toddled to him and eaid three year-olEaton, who purchased of W. H. a big yellow mau hud come into the house Mr. Miller the farm on the Crab Orchard pike, and taken her papa's reel and put it in his is building a nice and substantial residence pocket. Suspecting Georgo Salter of the on it, ab.iut four miles from town. fl. H. theft, Mr. Newlsnd went to his house and A Gariard Thompson are the builders, demanded the property. George protested with an injurad air, but it was no go. New-lan- d Mcbio at Ckab OnCUAHD.-Pf- Of. wanted the reel and Intended to have Morbach'a Apex Orchestra has been Crab Orchard it, so he proceeded to beat the negro till he engagod for the season at gayo it up, which he finally did, after bis Springe Hotel- - This fact insures for the bead had assumed the appearance of a piece guests at the springs the newest and most ofravAeer. The little girl is perhaps the by one n( the finest popular music rendered youngest witness that ever assisted in bringorchestras In the country. The organisaing a thief to punishment. She is evidenttion conststsof 15 members and all are ly a chip of the old block. C, J. olT Pr-KN- for the Uenrral Aaiily, which ineot at St. Lam, and which lie attendi aa a delegate to the TrauiTlvania Presbytery. WillSevkiunck a candidate to rill the Tacancy in the county clerkship of Ma. rion occaioned by the death of hli father and his many friend here hope to hear of hi triumphant rleolion. anoA. A. Sill IvMlAiltTH A ll McKinnky, with Mr. Mclvinney, Arch , Mr. W. U. Penny and Mr. II H. Mahony attended the Kiato ComnunJery westing at OinTllle. Ctpt. and Mr. Frank Harrl, MlsaDiUy Hirnildr, Mr. and Mr. J. W. '. Morrirrr le't Wednewliy The Lincoln itil has a prisoner nt laet. William Cornell, a nero charged with mnrder in Perry county, wa lodged there Wodneilay for safe keeping. Ua and three other tiegroc were indicted for tho killing of Green Comix, a white man. Tin: report that Judge Varnnn had gone I, J. V. Hocker, Cashier of the above named lUnk, do ooleruuly swar that the above statement la trne to the beat of hit knowledge nod Ullef. J. W. 1IOCKKU, Cashier. fiuWrltted and iworn lo Imforn ton this 17th day U. K. PEACOCK, N. 1'. - C. of Hay, 1S7. I- 7 10p in T. l Junction ....;... am 73)pm 15 am ....I ... 7 50 a ni Correct-Att- est T. J. iIorimmi.i, H. Baow.v, Kdward Alcorn, ") DlrKtors. I Sunday, nt . 15 a. , Arriving at Caittatniji at 9 15. No. to lavosClmttanolptnt 4O0r. k., arrlvln it OiitJiieatT. S p. t. Mann Iloudolr UuQjt K!epln!j Cars on all tUrou?'i trains. JOIIN C OAUI.T, Ocn'I Manager, II roLI.RRA:. Uen'I Krt. A Vms. Agt., I. CAIliinM., Gon'lHupt., H X. RYAN, Asst. QeD'l Prt. A I'asj. Agent. V,'. W. WKLVi, tjuperlutendent, fc'omoriot, Ky. Geccral Offices, 8t Paul IluiMins, Wft Fourth Street, Cioc nuati, Ohio. No. 9leavoOAkd4ledallyexcspt ISTO. 1705. Bank aJE3Vs7- - REPORT OF THE CONDITION The Farmers National FURNITURE STORE MACK HUFJFJIAN, Proprietor. ! In the Btato of Kentucky, nt tho Close of business May 13. 1987. KKSOUBCES. 1314,312 63 Loans and discounts 2,591 Overdrafts 75,009 00 U. 8 Hinds towcuro circulation... 21,309 00 Other stock', bonds and mortgage II, ISO 50 Due from approved rtterve agents 4 S10 2 Due from other National lUnks 7,0(0 00 Ileal rttate, furniture and fixtures 412 71 Current cipcniea and taxea paid 2,137 21 Premiums paid 1,5.0 00 Hills of other Banks fractional paper currency, nkkels aud 0cn, well-know- e, Only a few farmers will plant ns much tobacco this year ns last, Sjme have q'llt the business entirely. The acreage in this county will probably be reduced one-ha'Georgetown Time". It i announced that a Chicsgo firm has made n contract with the French gov erument to furnish 10,000,000 p'unds cf canned meat, the largest transaction ever consummated with n foreign government. At Georcelown Monday 130 young cattle sold at $21 for yearling steeis, $lt) for calve; short yearling heifers $11; and other slock at 3 to $3 G5 per hundred. Thirteen 2 year old mules brought an averf. Timf. cents Spnile Legal lender notes Redemption fund with V. S. Trtaeurer (5 per cent of clrculaiu) Total !W 68 CO 4,000 00 5.C00 3,375 CO JWti.HS 93 LIABILITIES-- . Capital stock paid In '. .Surplus I'und Undivided profits National Batik Note outstanding Individual deposits ulJct lo check Due toother National Banks Duo to Stale Banks and Bankers 709,000 03,001 5,911 67,500 96,152 11,887 00 HH nlwny.s have on lintnl u !nrgc nutl Reluct Hue of FurniCJond-i- . 3i prices will bu an low sm hucIi rooiIh can be bought in iliu rilien. Give mc a trial and yoH Mill bo eoiivliicetl tliut 1 soli louvr than Hie lowest. ture anil (1iiilrt!(cr,ri t0 II 00 'J7 C'l CO 9,552 mmm age of $95.50. Rubs Harris sold astddle mare to W M Ruo, of Boyle, for $200. Beasley Bro., of Garrard, sold to John Hughe, of Philadelphia, a gelding, 5 year old, for S 150. 8 J. Embry hought a fine gelding at Die-Hi- e, for $150, sold his crop of wheat, about 3,000 bushels and which is yet in the stack, to Samuel Bottom, of Leb anon, at 80 cents H. A. Headley bought in Bourbon last week 50 yearling mules, for which he paid $120 per head. They Danare all mare mules and extra fine. ville Advocate. W. K. Croswell, of Marionville, S. C, is authority .'or the statement thtt he successfully checked the ravages of hog cholera with common soda. For ten days after the cholera mado its appearance among his hogs, he fed them soda and salt mixed in ground food twice a day. All of the siek ones recovered, and he has not had a case since. The spring meeting of the Latonia Jockey Club will begin next Monday and last till Saturday, Jone 4tb, two weeks of solid sport. Five races each day, These races, which will begin each afternoon at 2:30 sharp, will not be second to any in the country. The purees are large, ranglrg from $350 to $000. The grounds are beau tiful to behold; surrounding ecenery unparalleled; near Covington and only 3 miles from Fountain Square, Cincinnati, and are approached by two railroads the Kentucky Central and Short Line. The drives are good and transportation by omnibus and carriage is ples.Bant. Thero are now over COO entries. Mr. E. O. Hopper, formerly of this section, ,1s the popular eecretary, and he hopes to see many of old friends there during the races. 4W,485 93 Total STATE OK KESTrCKY, 1M Couuty of Lincoln. J0' I, Jno. II. Owsley, Ciuhler of tliealiove naincl do solemnly awear that the aboo statement Bank, is true to tho t of my knowledge and Mief. JNO. B. OWsLEY, Cashier. U-sSuliM-rlliiH- t mmiKh l and sworn to 87. ol Msy, l orrccl attest: mc this 17th d.ir W. M. HEIUII T, N. V. L. C. S. II. Phanks, ") J. J, Willums, V Directors. J. B. OtVSLKV, J II D, Coyner has 2STO. 2788. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE m FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF It ST-AFCm- At Stanford, in tbe Btato of Kentucky, at Closo of Business, Mar 13, 1887. H Ians and SOURCES. Discounts ! 020,229 Overdrafta ... U. S. Bonds to secure Circulation Other stocks, bonds, and mortgage s Due from approved reserve agents Due from other National Banks Due from State Banks and Bankers Real Estate, furniture and fixtures Current expenses and taxes paid Premiums paid Checks and other cash ltnur fractional paper currency, nickels and cents Specie Legal tendtr notes Redemption fund witn V. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, of ciiculatiou) Total Capital Stotk paid in SUrplm Fund Undivided profits 89 2,658 31 50,000 00 48,700 00 9,278 83 4,675 74 759 81 8,900 00 2,202 71 13,000 00 589 3ii 58 51 Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, ; Road Oarts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s. Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Ve Picket Fencine. &c. Our Stock of is larger and more complete thanf everjbe- hides : fore, from tne cneapest to tne oest. Sash-Blind- All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. Wo can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our fine assortment before it is broken. , 4,920 00 7.W0 00 2,250 00 S47C.052 70 J.ll.GltEEN.ARt.. WEAREN & MENEFEE. HuHtouYlUe, liy. LIABILITIES. j:JO,000 00 10,000 00 15,153 4ii Wall Paper, Nutl.msIU.uk Notes outstanding..... Individual DejiOslU suljei-- to check Due to other National Banks Due to Stito Banks and Bankers Notes and hills rodlscoi.nted t 45,000 00 138,053 41 C.3S5 77 1,453 03 10,003 00 Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes Fullland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. EI-war- d Alf Stevens, aged 14, murdered vey Helnes, aged 19, at Cynthiana. Har- John Roscoe, Fred George and Lucien McLary were killed by the explotion of a boiler in.the planing mill of Leccorau A Brother, at Fulton. 8176,052 70 Total ' STATE OK KENTUCKY.,, J County of Lincoln, I, Jno. J, McltoLerts, Cashier cf above named tho alwvu bank do solemnly me.ir that cl my knowledge aud statement Is true to the belief. JNO. J. McllOBEKTS, Cashier. Subscrltied and sworn to lietoremo this 171h day W. M. BIUOIIT.N. P. L. C. oi May, 1887. lt Correct Attest T H. 1). W. s musician. VA.incvtEa Jos. BlLtOO, IlnrurR. Direelori. B. K. WEAREIV, Stanford. ,' Semi-JSBeeHiiInter- ior gounud LINCOLN COUNTY. A Wise Young Wife. Bucken's Arnica Satire. Tho belt Salvo In the world lor Cuts. lirulsct Soros, Salt P.heum, Kever Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and allBkln ISruptlont, and positively curea Piles, or no par required, I, WAYI.'ESBURG. "There," said tie young wife, turning from thu mirror to her husband and givirg him a sweet smile, "what do you think of become ido'o batiks, Charles? Do tie mt?" Charles, who was at that moment engrossed in the task of reckoning up the total cost of bonnets, bangs, dresses and so forth, answered with a clouded brow: "I should think you would be ashamed to ask Buch a question, Mary. Your vanity is becoming absolutely insuflerable." 'Cbarle-,- " she said, in a tremulous voice, "if I am vaii it is for you. You would not love me if I was a sUttcrn ami a dowdy. It is for your Bake that I try to make myself " as attractive as Having said this she burst into tears. Toen Charles nro-- e and gathered her in his arms and ki'eil her fondly nnd said: "lour bangs are lovely, dear, antl you are lovely, and if ail the wives wero as neat and as desirous of attracting the admiration of their husbands as you are, there would be a creat deal more conjueal happiness in this world than there is at present. Tnere, my love. New forgive mo for my rude npss." - Boston Courier. po-sib- le SSs ii'P) .rnaM-- .- -r - ADFIELD'S H sH" Com planting is done here; wheat and oats look well. AI. II. Oooch ie bjtldin a tobacco factory here anJ will aoon be preasicg and pre paring sacks of suiokinj; tobacco L. O. Gooch hu accepted a pasition with the Oxley Slave Company ai;iin and i? on the road buring staved daily. Mr. Alice Singleton, wife of Sherman Singleton, and daughter of the late James Edbinka, died of consumption at her half piaterV, Mrs. Ermine Padgett, Nat week. She leaves a bueband, one child and a bo-i- t of rehiives to mourn her death. Since our last there have been several parties here from the northeastern part of Ohio looking at land, ami uouie of them in tend purclnsinK and will move here soon. The writer and Mr. Wcanlyleiler, of Ohioi estate have formed a ptrtnership in nnd will probably sell a good many farms here this cominc summer. Miss Minnie Johnson, of Texts, is vis iting her sinter, Mrs V H. Maxey, here. Ksv. Virgil Atixey, the now ptstor at Waynesburg, has just returned frotn Somerset and ilurodsb'Jrg, where he has deliv ered his celebrate! lecture, "Tne S.tue Ye'terJay, To-dand Forever," to lare and appreciative audiences. Mr, Maxey was formerly of the Grand Optra Hou-.e- , Sin Francisco, previous to Ins entering the ministry, lie has written and hasinpres a book, "An Expose of the Stage " There have been sold some 1,J00 copies It is highly indorsed by some of our leading salesmen. Mr. Maxey will lecture in your town rouie time early in next month re-tay li guarantcod to giro perfect satisfaction, or mousy refunded. Trice 15 cents per box. For tale by Penny A McAllslrr. Wonderful Cures. W. I). Hoyt A Co., who wale and retail Druggists of Homo, Gs., say: ''Wo havo been tolling Dr. Klug'i Kew DlicoTcry, Electric Hitlers and Bticklen's Arnica Batvo for two yean. Hare never handled goods that tell as well, or giro inch THE COMHINr.D 8TALI.ION, SECOND JEWEL. This tine, (JiuMnel sUUoil wilt nukn th s ! sonof!9J7at my stable netr, Hhtlby City, lu on the Bhelby City .A Knoh Luk Turnpike rMd, at regULATUE JUri A SPECIFIC TOR universal satisfaction. There hare been tome wonderful cures effected by thcacuiedlcluo Ititbli city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption haro been entirely enrol by the usoof a leu bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery, takcu In councc-lio- n with Electric Hitlers. We guarantee them 1!) Always. Sold by Penny A McAllstcr. $15 tho a blood Season, or $20 to Insure. Jifhrson Psvia attended the Mississippi or girl is face to face with practical reali tie. He eee how slowly money is made orders for all Mods "I I am now prepared to on the farm: he is taught from y.uli up plants and will utv them rtidy at any time nee tbe need of economy; he has the nature of essarv-- My plants are frjra the seed and are saving first explained to him eveiy day in warranted to be the Ust o. iio-t- d XEin.Axn. the week; he is not exposed to temptation of the saloon, or the ball room, and he is not tempted so much to be a Isdy's man IHU.S.HIKDETT, before he has occasion to use a razor on his downy cheeks. He may be a trifle rude jffijBBy OCULIST, and may not feel easy in company; but in DRODHEAD ICY. tbe long contested race of life, it is tbe chap that trudges to reboot barefooted in Hat had an extorter. ot over 1. teen years, and successfully treated summer and in stogies in the winter, whose hts attention it given to hundrelt of cases disthe tretlmect of all eyes. Njmeand addrri ot patients mother cuts his hair with the sheep shear, eases of the on j:o-- - m. cured given application 11 lestred Tfie President Has Been Faithful. that leads tbe chap that goes to tho city Criticisms and complaints leveled at Mr. school with tbe starched shirt front and Cleveland by democrats are, as we have un- fancy slippers, and whose head is shaved dertaken on several occasions to show, al- with the lawn mower ot the barber shops. The John Caurch C'mipany, of will together out of. order. The entire demo- Such has been our observation, and we have a first class Piarn Tuner In suntord cp May the ISth and Si'tli of II frn-tmtcratic party, through ils representatives at think we know what we are talking about. Siittn'iirtloii. Leave your orders with Miss llosa P.lcbards Chicago, declared in favor of genuine mil Miss Mary Harden, the fiance of John coon, it. a- - .. service reform and nominated a genuine Sprclal Agents. Payne, and the lady for whom he Howard civil service reformer; and we do not supwrote his "Home Sweet Home," .died in pose there is an intelligent certainly not Athens, Ga,, on the It is claimed n honorable democrat in the country & SON'S tha. the original copy of "Horns Sweet A. McCLINTOOK who imagined that Mr. Cleveland was A ..: on Sale of Home" was buried with her, as it was inplaying the hypocrite. No democrat beterlined with love declarations from Payne, lieved that Mr. Cleveland, after his elec ! which the la iy did not wish to fall undei tion, would violate a law passed by a dem the eyes of the public She had been of 50 HEAD, ocratic Congre's, and inaugurate what is fered large sums for the manuscript, but al a system, known as the spoi Tre President ways declined to part with it. Miss Har- ATiiiusncLirji noil" n kxch ..(;e has carrie out his policy in good fiiib." MCXIMirOV, KtSTfCKV, den parsed hrr 7 h year on her last birth lis has enforced both the letter and the day. Probably dczjn persons WEDXKSD.iY, half a 25, ISS7, spirit of the law, and by doing so has comoutsids of Athens knew that the quiet lit1 mended his administration and the demoO'clovl; At cratic party to that large conservative cla8 tle home on Hancock avenue had this re All the leading lamiliea will 1,3 represented many residents of at the North, the sympathy and support of markab'e l&J, and ng a purn -a yearling sight of this aged nnd number ol nigh sr Limhxrt and a fine ttull- "f lot c.ws. testl choice which will injure demooratic success at 'Athens even had lost young heifers, brrd to btoko Pogis bulli. birusive person. nlock bought by Uiitant buyers kept at nomlnsil the next election Atlanta Constitution. uno cost. I.unch at U o'clock; saleat li.'iQ sharp, l'or ' If you caa nhow me nay signs of naturThe Skin or One's Teeth. -- It any be al gas on your farm I'll give you a hundred catalogues, now naly, aldress AJifVijixrnrn & .so. v. S t d interesting to note that this expression, Mtllersburg, Ivy. dollars an acre," said a sptculator to nn which by miny is rsgsrdel as vulgar shop, Ohio farmer. ''Htven'tany time to fool has reilly the high classical authority of with it," wa the reply. "You mint be a ths Bible. It U Job 9.20, who exclaims in very busy man.'1 "Ye, tolerably. I'm borhis anguish: "I am escaped wi.h the ekin ing for rt' oil down in the swamps, the boys TA.tt. of my teeth" Soun common sayings, -- zy X. have struck a silt bed just back of tbe V.N, uch as "God temper the wind to the TArrv JA . barn, nnd the old womau is out with a v S9 shorn limb," "Pourinz oil on the troubled witch hazel rod locating a couple of coal W IkjoSbIr " tr. . .a waters," "Tne war hore scents the bttle Ai.!V.lJ r mines. We catt fool with gas afore next "! supposed to be in the from afar," &c, are Wall Street Newa. year" Bible, though not e. Bat there are not B.mhlng it a dUeise. No one blujlie-- t muay. who, in imaz, the expression of hangforahame. While the women of the world ing on or biing saved by the "skin of the teeth," know the high authority for its use. may wear cheek-- of marble, thu innocent country Um t ende red by being looked Turough a suit brought at New Bruns at. The perjurer tells his atory without a Vic'i, Niw Jersey, tbe facts in a novel mat change of color; the bonett witneH U Hash rimooial entanglement are made public. ed and confuted by the lawyer who ia hired died, leaving a to suppress truth in court 0' justice. Count-lenCaptain William young widow, who had bBen bis third wife. roues are aid to blush unseen. Tney ".. m&Amj, i I His will gave her $100,000 in property, are very fooliah -- New Orleans Picayune. iHiE'iaV Jflt 'V ,, which she was to have the use of so long as An ingenious improvement in the mtnu-factnr- e sbft remained single, but which, in esse she jr of tiu cane for preserving food ia beagain married, was to go to the 'Captain's ing introduced, tht plan consisting simply - "- I'm children. James Ryan, a grandson of Biy r2 "ta.!. in so forming the lid that it ia merely Ian, married tbe widow, his and the marriage was afterward pressed on and tbe can ia hermetically redeclared illegal. Suit is now brought by sealed, so that no internal pressure can move the lid. Water boiled in a tin thus theguardian of the children to take the closed hat failed to force it of! alth:ugh property from the widow. the steam pressure has burst the can itself Dealers In The hardest place on earth for a Christian to live is at home. Ttere we are ctl Drunkenness, orLtauorHablt.canbeCuredby Groceries, Hardware, GlassDr. Ilainei' Oolden Specific. our guard and the evil within us cornea to It can be given In n cup of colfeo or ten we are out from home, tbe surface. Wbn ware, Queensware, Etc. of the person takln It, we are restrained by the public eye and we a 5KJy anil pcrinuiient cure, whether VauArsdalellutldltig, Hre mora guarded; but at home, with poor the patient li a moderate drinker or tin alcoholic wreck. Tlioitsands of drunkards havo wife and children, the devil gets the best of been made temperate men who liae taken the MAIN ST.. their us and we say to them things which we (lolden Specllln In tlielr colteo without drinkknowledge, and believe they quit would blush to have our neighbors hear. ing of their own free will. No harmful clleit Prompt p&yintr oustomers are re result frotn It administration. Cures) Hwan Brothers, cittle men, of Cheyspectfully invited to come to Send for circular and full particular-enne, Wyoming Territory, have failed for Addreti in fontllence Goi.hk.v bri'.ctric Co., sjc uj curly and often. 51,000 000. Protecting Animals From Hies At this season of the year the annoyance caueed to rtiiimais by the and moequitoes often amounts to positive fginy, and at all tinier, in what is called good corn weather, it is sufficient to prevent the Block eutine enough to keep them in good condition The animals will stand in the water or pii' tho greater part of the da 7 in the shade, rather than expeu themelve! to the goins ou o eat only whin driven by hunger. They q uci-ilose rljsh, the fljw of milk shrinks and a Iu-- is incurred that cinnot be easily nude god again At all times a good fjed of grain is beneficial to stock, but it is epecitliy so whon tlies are very annoying, sines it will do much to prevent shrinkage of and milk. Horses and milk cows miy be protected, in a great measure atleist, by wiping them all over with a sponge dipped in oap suds in which a little cubolic acid has been mixed. Bulls confined in etablf s often suffer enough from the attacks of llies to drive them half nnd, and there is no doubt that the continued fretting caused in this way deyelopes a savage disposition. The most satisfactory results hare followed from sponging with soap suds and carbolic acid mixed a Jersey bull confined in a stall. Chicago Tribune. eun-abiy ne, EJitors1 Couyention at Meridiau the other day when the ladies prepared a magnificent When Malty aj ik, vre give hrCUw1i, Wlien ehe win a Child, she cried for CatterU, wreath of flowers and got Editor Dial to When she became 111m, sbe clnnj U Cutoru, present it, and he did so ss folio wi: "In the IVheu sho had Children, sbe ;ve Uie Culorix r.amo of the women of Meridian, accept this lloral wrralh as n faint tribute for tho love they bear you. When the tempepts of prejudice and aiisfcrlune were around you their admiration never grew le-- but, thank Gcd, you have outlived the storms of As pure and spotless as the tun MAIN' ST., illCIMOMi KV. you now stand in, the hero of every Southern man, and ti.e sunlight of eternal love and admiration now shining on your face. For a g"Sd Table We are mesmeric in the presence of the And clean atd well furnished rooms, this Hotel .ample rooms atUi tied. great Jcflerson Davis, and wo feel now bai uo euporlor, (ioodOOpenlsy vul-liSWIUtes?- -' that one step mire would carry us into the realms of '1U. Toe ladie of Meridian POPLAR LOGS WANTED love lo do such things to you, the leader of a cause that went without a stain to it or of Poplar I want to contract for 50 I)g8 lo i'l ilrlclly it chieftain. Teardrops for our fair ladies tegs for Immediate shlpnii-n- t h'o. li Yellow Poplar, Ireo ot shake, dte, large or of Meridian have keen shed for you as long, IS to 50 unsound knots, to be cut 9 fields of Inches dlstinter and loaded on cars. I will reas the blood shed upon the at a place to ceive bids lor 6 or tnoro battle of which you were the great leader. lie measured and paid lor wuen loaded- In maksoon logs can be deliver! I. say Honored sir, if it were not for the rich re- ing t'lds plmsolors how any station j KnoxvlIIe I will receive at Address, Branch of 1. A N. ward that awaits you in the hereafter we .1 1". SIM, Mankrd. y. would all waut you to live forever " s; An Enterprising, Reliable House. Peony A McAIIittr can always be relied upon uot only to carry In slock the best of every thin but to secure tho Agency foriuch article as have merit, and aro popular with the c pto, thereby sustaining tho reputation of being always enterprising and over reliable. Having tho Agency for tho celobrnted Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, wilt sell It on a positive guiranteo. It will surely euro any and every aileetlon ol ths Throat, Icings and Chest, s A iiiarvi ol purllj, 1 his! and toihow oureouAdetKC. we Invite you local, strength twder nevrvarl More economical and ordinary kinds and can not bo sold nd get a Trial Bottle Tree. (U than tho test .tlior conitlton wilhtbn tjiultlludeof low Hnld.wly 111 weight nlum or phosphate powders Koyai. lUKiNct 1'mvDxa cans. 100 Wall Btret. New Votk r- rw Pure. Absolutely whole-omenc- lH.air W kssS&a'ti (, times. M econd Jew,.. ,1 DaarairrtoN and I'kdihikk bay, with black mane and tall, 14 ban Is Inches hlgli, with Uno ityle and action. He Is j Cunningyears old this spring, was slrrd by ham's Jewel, he by the Onions old Washlnglnii Deumtrk. First dam, Minnie, by M, Donald's ; second dam by Wells' Ciusader thlnl dam by a son of Davy Crockett, fourth dsm a saddle maro, pollgrt-unknown. Mr 11. C. Parvln's CM Minnie, dam of riivoBd Jew,tl, wssa prrmiiim nnlmal from a coll up to an ag. mare, tfecoud Jewel has been shown 31 times and worn the slut tie 31 only tbrri Hali-urntlinK-dffnt- Woman's Diseases Prtlnflil if b'ok f g Ku9 UCU AS tiiitireiseit entity nnil Tp iJfi. . MEN THLY tnt. n a or SICKNESS. or urn. ert ySliJ ( for ,. I ill slsii yoi ug.iai k Itanl at tin- - sane stai-le- , the ha DnxiirtKLii MAii '. in,-- . T.i rwll beaiidid Itiwi-Liro- ti.e niANt.F Wi'tJax," milled free Co , Atlanta, Oi. Caldwell's ount Ulitk Hawk, lie by Vi linlpiile, he b) lutierlion 1 tampion, be by Imp. MamIlls dam wi by Mlgall's Itlsi k II moth siciid dsm was ratieil by Si lies Mawll an I as sn Impsrted jack. Money due when the c It loaltd or lours artid with I.len retame I u al, it $S to liiHttfv'a 1,1 vi' Cult. He blaik, II hands Inihes hlah He was sire 11 BLACK HAWK, I xi ' .! The Photographs, - - Mr tio stalii in, Welch will make the tnitou ol knuwn ns tho John I.loyd at my pi- -, from lllby City. s.nd ThurmanMrm, between the Maiuonl A Danville and Danville ISaT A WELOH. UKIGSSOKT, C. colls till era.oit barge tre paid. l'tiirige Willi furnished at reasonable Patting w,tb nitres lorlelts the insurance T.SAMHIMi:, Mielly Oty, Ki i's DtaiiviNo, Frames Wii: mike ibe Mils frsimftUoi.nl ilia Tursplkj - - J(v, JR,, u'. Mucin to Ordar. ,, tuble Hujioorlllo Turnpikes at TO $10 INSURE A LIVING COLT toll It WILLIS HOUSE. Money duo when Welch Is 16 William Welrh. sire of ('H)k.i, Moner, 3t dam J.B.WILLIS, Proprietor. j- car-loa- pie-cio- ft Lay, uh an uisne aud oil and a lne. aad natural ssddle feoir. Mlar 2.U, MeuiUioo l'llc Mreiltiy HuttM'! Decuaark, known . on 7 loss 2 2ls. .irniDriuo I irt.i,i. Molli 2 2",orth Star 2.Tt.', Mounts, by Cabt.e a Itlngt.u dam by Young Awnki w by Tayhw Jr., Is a solid blirk, rt hands high, a horse that t Mesutigvr, third dam hy MtlUi's Dtmsiaik and welgha 1,200 lbs. Hals whuh himself even If be bad no It.' fives bin ilmthl etMi 1 iIm At the same plire and on the same terms rsdl sto- t I.VI.K, at posstwilBg the blw.l that he diH-- s tboukl make him m tbe world, fourth dam by Jbn Ilium, tine I wIIIsIm ttntidtny Jack, WlU.IAM r. t i ' est rare horsrtuf audsy, filth daw ly Wsi, blsiV.tl' hands high and ihi of the arandssl italllant 1st Kentucky. tiS. He is bssslred by l.yle's Imported Ja k, Mid out of a vice lee will be Vt t.l al stand at the stmt plsre my tine Jj. I good Jennet. : ; 1:0 It K 11 KXfS 1, K3t. I .V. insl-ki13 a .maim: i. ro.vi.. slrrd bv bands high and Wolford, itsnl tltr. by '1 !:', tefvnd remrd dan by Joe by a tiray I'Jgle borw. He has seveialrolt that are of line, kok1 ilso and style He breeds large Slid Is a sure foal getter, and Is A ldv ran drive him la of kind dlHHitlon. satety. He ws never bandleil a dsy for ieed but shows gool trotting action. d with. flet or mire part - Is by I.rlrssou In 2 , lil ) by Mrmbrlno iy if c i rluo Payinl, r.dsm th daus l .alil J to. His sons slrett .'.and his dsughteri art the dims of 18 In the.' Sj I si. I.rli on 1 half lruthr to I rle, reronl ol 2.JS1, and swld to l(uiit JlsMbef ai al n that age lor SIO.W0. Ito-ln- r by old Pilot, sire Ol Pilot, J-- ., 1st dsm br Pilot slrel Ihedsmsof Jsy I y i Win 2 SI ll't ) Ptf, t in. Ma id H 2.".',, Nulwuud 2 ait 21 In toe x av u.i. .Memiirluui uiei iri-- i saiuy iisor isngtMiii Meubrlaa I 2. IH,, Wou.li.nd T I'tsk't MambrltM Chief SILVER ,, rii u n KUSTG- unturd sud llu.Uir the -- lfl, I.rti-sso- 1.S .'. l't At ino-I- $10 lt IllMirs'H I. it Inj; foil, 1 He is yesrsoll. H hands lh. ahMulllul H'r rdl,r. rfiom-metid- wtd t,t - a to THF KANt V SADDLhSTAM.I"N, car-los- - Wallace Denmark ll ! ! f The Country Boy. -- The country boy 1'JLAXTsS t.i llh . j. tine and Inner, It both a nitural and p'rassnt cf dler briedt fancy, and a more uniform style tadJlen can not bo found He It high-taon both sides to tho third generally, ts tucked iioin tides, making htm upby thurough-brttlsovery aetlre and sprightly In gait, in form and finish a pertcct model. He wts ttrrd by the noble ciurupter Denmark, be by tiodJtrd'a Dentusrk, by tbe be by Ualnes A Cromwell's Denmark. h raco burse Denmark, he by Imported Hrdgeford. His 1st dam was tired by air Walltco, he by Wallace, baby Mr Al'.-- rt (tlH.rotigh- bred) second dam by Vlrglnlus (dsm ol Vlrglnlui No. ne iy tne by'Trati.y, thormign-lire.tup mire asoti's Whip 3 dam a of 13 at my (triu, .1', Will make the miles from HustMnvllle, nesr Carpenter's ttttlon, and wil. be permitted to terve mares al 1 teiei-ratesea-w- Is a rich mahngony bsy foaldtdMarl, b" U!, hands nigh, heavy msno and tale. Is strictly sad- Parting with or moving u tre out ol tbe t.euts- - At to i to limine,, l.l, lup ( lt. Mj.. lorko-x- l reoJeri money due. V..."'':II """"W ttmeor whni mare Is parts', Will also ttacd with ls l.rowujwk with hiU itnls, yrarsol.l In Jim, foil n hsnds hlgl-- . llrwaaslri Kjnt; Wllium sud be t.y king Phi.-"J.lCJil, MY Satin Jsnn.1 she Is ilr.l I hlllip. ror,t dam by MoreriU aid he t y He has At 8 IO on the ssiae rondlllont as al provrli hlwsell to le a suerlor hrorder. basing Jim ort.r Thli jsck ban proved uimiell lo- t- a nel.rre.liT ".'rral of Ms colts last seism a jiroalueed some ol lh Wit mules In thl and rounile and Is alio a gnl Jernet Kt wsolugliinr brvuhlonehn'Mlrddit Isrt II A' It. I'A It'll IS, lie Is Ij1 j bands high, nesriv blaik. with WtSBlord. Kr points and general make up 1st c ass I.'. H. I'OU'KI,!,, . lui.ea fr..a Hutlniir.lle, on ll. e Hast u A 1.. Turnpiksrosd, I, ncolu unty, K; STEVJE WALKER. l'l.i: MfKl.ltOY, f.'V0'' I'lk '" r j.t J. J. Vermont f I Hambletonian. ARTHUR SIMS. ill Tina tne slalllec uvfatus.3 wiles ao I sUalsrJ t nder V.uU will stirxl T. A.TH ,V". Dantille pike ill make tbe seasnti ol Ufa from ntarlord on Ike AT SIS TO I.VSJ Hi: A fOI.T. pi a 10 the SeiiHon or 81-- .'" my Two miles from I a aster, J outhi hUjfori at h I.ivliiK Cull. attention, TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON Vl;b piiiilstgenf ret im in IV" or J".J Spe-cl- sl drsst furnish. d at reasonable rateis, to be paid lor before the remvva-o- l responsibility fur ac Units or mites. Jio Parting with mares fjrielts the Mint committed to my tare and breeding will ic.:- - t PIANO TUNJEK! i, J. STEELE CAUPENTEH. Insurant. MESSENGER CHIEF, JR Jr, .. .. s'tul-Anru- il Registered Jersey Cattle 1 nt HW Knua !JO His Kins, Col. Mis worth, Coupon, Cromwell, llalre, l.ispemr Will- ien, Knoi. Jr (ien. Ughtloot, dllbreth, KniX, Jules Jurgensen, Knox Floy, Uin Mortis, Phil sherldsn, i'l Kluio, Whalvbono Ktmx, and i.Wi, etc. Chief, , Wooilord Knox have sired the following with n pretent Messenger Jr will mike the records of2 SOor lictter Iron Age2.lv', Capltut si my place l miles from 11 ustoat 11- on the 2.22',, rank V .'S'.','. Nellie Walton . 2o' , Urtdfoidsvllle plke,it t'hirin II 2 27 Finny M. '2.TO',; Wallne Morrti Uithitr'i.S'S, Maud Muller Z'M'i, Kilty 2 Chub 227, John.". Hcald 2'27', Olllireth 310 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Maid 2 '27',; Shadow 2 21jllamb'ii amy ! 2. l', IlUtk Hess 2.30 Arthur T : Money due when colt l foaled or more 21 1. Hoiesty, with. Maiei will lie pastured at t'2 er mouth, Nino, piwr, s.ut I nlll not responsible for acci Isits , Hjv Million fo.UlM I3l-- i H htn.li high, li 2 by Meuenger Chief, lit dim by Vermont by Imp. Scythian, 3 dam by Homier', dray dsm Ijgle, 1 dam by Oiistotl'i Telegraph Ills sire Messenger Cnlef. J In 7.HI lint, by Pilot, dam hv Msmbrlno Messenger, X dam by Mimbrino Cnlef. Sdam by Imp Napoleon; dsm by Tempest, Mcswngrr Chief slrcl Mind Mesiengor '1. IB1 1. Marvel J,M and many others destined to win tame on tho turf. Abdallah Pilot, by Alrxsndtr's AUUllab. dam 's Blandlns, by Mambrlni Chief; recind dam by Parker's Briwn Pilot. dam, 1 2IJ-,1 lLy He-- I Jim S yrsr-olPilot slrwl Plckard reco d '1 23, 11 cm nger Chief slrel Maud Messenger 2.tf.4- iiainine Alextnuers AiKisuin, ny tenltn,dam Katie Darling, Alexander's Abdallah slrid (ioldsmlth Maid 2.11, lUnallnd --"il't, Thorkdale 2 22',; Major Kdtall 2.2, HI. Klmore llelmunt, 1'd.ora, ,30. He also tired Aliiiont, ?nelby Chief, together with the dims of Jerome ildy 2.lb, Kule Mldlleton 2 2d, Hill Tnumltr tide. Arth r Mius Is hr t.tn. Knoi IIS be hy Ills dsm waa l.dy Arthur, J mont Hern A. IkMirUin Chlrl, by Maaihrlno I'blef, by Msroirloe Paymaster, Ae. Arthur blms la a bay, It-1- , hsads. imail blase, right hind loot white, foaled in lilt. He Is a handsomely finished colt and tred to stay. Hehaslmn handled a little and premises well Hetotablnea the strains of tho handsome Mis i Hawk and stoul Mambrlno Chlel families, an I is a desirable stock horse, and on bis site's side tract twice to Imp Messenger and twice su his Jam s manner ileslrixl. ai X. .1. KI.UIX, Lancaster Ky t' Mares kept In auy risk. onti 'ui ot 119, StanJard fader Kule 1 the siro arthurdlmi. was bred by Daulel lUuitls. Hr: Iermout mport, Vl ,anJ witfoalnlln IMS He was by Hero, I II, tit dam by 8srrbr, ton of Harney Henry, 2nd llunsi!i.n Mtre by lllli'i rilr Chirles. son ot den Knox, Durot.. Knord 2 Sl,, public trial st li. ynars !J i.r.is. Caiiir'2.r,i Indc pendente 2 211,. (Illtrt Knux lilor 2.2C1,, hniror Knot 2 27',, KnmJfl1, 2 ., Hsrry fpsnk lloy 2.2s1,, 2 2 Among the get of Oen Knoi Sour tetter, are tbefollowlng. lady with re,or!s in Maud 2 is , i: Knoi Messouger er'2 Ism, Praiful , iwa-to- . 1- 1 .'',- 1 lrltl Glaul lKt, '. 11.11 ax. ..f. n.tvaIlustonvlllr. or.2,c AND Pl:i)Ii.KKI ntenian l a Mark borvj, lalrl in laa.', han.ls hlah, two white fr.t lHind Mr, d ait t William Wehh, by llynltk's llainbletanlan Katie tirimrs, by Ulll'i WrimMil. gn J d,u Hlai k (wn, by llelm'i Yerkshlir, by Imp Vera sh.re .ird dsm Uttle by Wffner by t barvs. by Hlr Arrhr, its dam Ksaliy fkrWi Imp Lrvtathail.Mhdaro by Parkulrl, .UN dam Iy 7th dam by Maryland Pb.mlt Hannibil, vdam l.y hliky ,y Huel - . Kmlly lu Hruir'ahlud ookol Verusonl Ha utileluulau lis fine big horio, wh ImeityUaul boor, and t .lira slrr.1 t.y William Wsl li, the sire ol Prlrire tmtirrls' ,.Jernnlali2 2',. Ilrssle T tan trot In J 10 0V letter WiHiain Welch was sired by ltys,yk 1 Hruikletonlsn, rlvate rccird rf, lit dam the dau. .1 IUlen' Prince, 2 27, and by Imp Trusty tn .. I ottos) and s.re of twrul) iiillr, trotter Trus, -, irvuiiui .iiamurino, ny Imp Alrsnr,. ger, uiu eriueni lelnga graml son 01 tbe gr-dyk s lUmliletnnlso.theiiraudest almlmng. Itvs B (tills ermat comblud, buked by l will make a tin sto ( borer bleloolan, by son of Mamtrlno dam I r Iiub hellfouodcr,2dam by Ulsuop a llaiuhlelor. an, 1 dam by Imp. Mssseuger, Hill's Vermont, by Downing! Vermont .Ire , the dam of llnlgma I 16. lit dim by (olumbiis tlark ley's) ion of Uilumbus, sire ,t tonfideni-- 2 21 2nd dam by llertrand, sire of the lams ,, Nellie tiray t 21, Jd dam by Mate hlr... aire of f"lliuax al. (, Ill's Vermont I, ths sir limner U.y 2 Z. HUrk Msrla IK', Udy Oas 2 '"..and Lftgsn 2,luv slw sire of nl(, tlambrtu WllkrwU, Ttio King 2 ',, Nhiu I0 J 2' ,. t.utlaw 2 ' Pearl I JO. fjti r Davis 2 1, .11',, Ijiity I'alrhru ,.! tuiky t.rutlemaii 2 11. and sir 01 the sccont dim of PlilITlioiniisn2.l',. Hysdyk'aHamotetonlan.tiy Al.dallah.slreol1-U-jjitMriv- : . 1.1 ,i,n l VH... .v ri... .rH, w,i. ur i:uu 2nd dam Ons Kye, by llishop Ham liletonan,3rddaui sllverlall by Imp. Mrssengrr Kys,tyk's Hsinbloloolan Is the slrr ,,l N,m. and .1.' others with 2 30nr iMiir .!. thedanisotTrinket2.il. and. ;) olbers with rts ords ol2.or better Vermont (Downing'.! by Hill's lilsrk Hswk 2 lrol hihau Allen ol IS d. Vnrmmt Dowulng t. it 1 Ire of in diut I.uimi i ;. , si,. nimj ibedamofMauibiliioHruie, theiiro ul llelle Wi -Ve- rt.,-,,-Uamb DKirrtlPrtoS Imui V-- ., h-- -.l S' gl l,Mgiii , - m 1 Itri.t.n. thorouK-lt-t.re- ,,, IV.. k- ..'. . .i ,f, . My Stallion, JO ABDALLAH, Will luaku the pre.eat se'soii at 31. Hll I I'll on the HA l7s'.7J.,.V..,mllnfr,iiii somer ot pikoai $10 tti Inxtirf if llrlnu MESSENGER K1.1I BREEZE ! J str ' volt . same usabjvi-- . and has proven himto'f h spIhi lei lire itibandsbigh urgo'Hl stsle and dm,r. ic. it a 1 a 11. 11 He Isatlueiom-blnidhorK- ! n Ullslolivillle. Ky. ax Till; THOKItl tJIIIIIti:il ) ;i JIhLHH fill HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL M.iHQms or ai;i,im:. This fine Hull will stand tbe seaons now com mencedat my stable nn the Lati taster Pikt 01 half mile from rjtanford Court Houtu at 3 wlt I bo privilege ol breeding tho cow tin til the coir proves lu call. Mouay due when tow is first served. Marquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, his slro Apollo and Dam !mjrted boutnern IIau-ty ' Bjln mMwm rwn Jj, &r.r msasmi ., a it &mnm??- - Marquis of Adilene'i dam, Adeline, bet sire Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady Fisher, For further particulars as to pedlgreo seo II. II. Thlslsa very line young Bull from a celebrated fatally ot milkers Including the cow Delia, tho greatest of htr day; her owner having refused 123,. OC0 for her. cattle have taken the The Holstein-Frelslalead aa tbe best for tbe family, and a crews with the Hbortborn produce! a very Brio animal. I will buy all the male calves begotten by this Bull at gooil prlcts delvered at weaning time. was at tbe same age. IK. II. .Ill I. It, Messenger Ilreeie It II-n reiireaeuta-tlvm- , Out and lmlolliit ,u of 2 30 or MeBtjr, OdmnbuslBatkley'i), bv Old t'oloml.is, ,ire o 1 Marvel i al. t'onftdeneeg .'it M,ktgrr Mar. IM, alw IHd Cliimbus. '21iii,n conv.rlrd pa.er, Lruugn 1st ilam (lentle llrrrse, sire l ll'i. fiomCsnada Mm ntCoen-ietir2 2s, MenndPetil of tho Jam ot Mand Messenger ' t sud louig HI, Ilosfiiond2 aud also slrn ol the dams ol lieu dium Motlll 2 27, lulse N. 2 2i . Nauieleea 1 ,,, 2nd dam KlltyWvtrs, tb.dsm Jul hVrtie Hut, 'rSSlH (VoucgColiiinbuiis tho aire of II t.i: or Iwttir iwrtormeri, and he has I tons that has. record st red II 2 J or recorinf mlautes, better per Jennets j Old Colum.S" by Aleyander's'AI-ltllali.slr- e tf OoMsmlth bus Is the founder ol the Coluinhui family, wb'i iiio-jwsii to inn i.ast what she Pilot. Jr.. blood w to Kentucky. THUS. C. IttHll.y.sitX, Maid. ftlanurd, Ky Hrd d'u by P.ed Jacks!, sire of the dam ot Kentucky Wilkes. Maud Mestengor, lull sitter to Meitoner Kreeae, bid a record when I years of 2.M4. at S years atC years 2:20 and at 7 years old won the Jj CotJ purse at Cleveland, Ohio, In 2 the tame year. 1881, Kept. Oth, the beat the cra'k R H. I'UII Thotnpion a match rati UrJfV Ued WHUes Mr. Crlt Davis will 0U0, In'J 10' J 2.17'i 2.10 ThiB year through tlio grand tcud her again tbli ttx tayt ha expects to lowar her record to 2 M Hit?li (as sae or 2.12. Messenger Ilreeie Is as promising AND .rol,hr to Mau-- I ltsertgsr J.lfi' ,. Ch'.ff, slreol Maud t'. Hill's rllark Hawt, liy Hhrtman Morgsn, Datu a fait trotting maro. Hill's IJU L liable 1, t'i sire nf lUllrufeUnilima J,2, Ijniel a.27' and Voung Ameifca i.JS mid Is sir. of tbe dam. of itlancnn J.tSJ,. Orn TweiHl g.M 27. andatso the leiinderol th lUwk 'snlly, that baa lu the ri'alu an ton '22bf rnnseS lttir 1 :!, Prl e lui. ld :.:, MITERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KV BUIINSIDE, Propr Old and Woll Kuowu Hotol Still MaintainB Reputation. iti M WATERS & DAVIS, STANFORD. y . beaullful red bay, 16 biuJs it 8hall be tieoond to no Coantry Ky Hotel in the State in muscular and strong, Fare, high, Appointmenti, or Attenof a speedy coulormatlon and there does not exist tion to Comfort of ! onKentU'lcysollio-da- y a finer specimen o the their Oneiti trotting bred horse and coming as be does from a To solicit orders for our reliable Nurery Stock, grand-daBagstage nltl be conveyed to anilrromtn producing family, hit iIrf,iiinUmand his Good salary and expenses or Ciuimlsilon, Permafree of charge. Hpeelal aerommodatloa, nent employmint guar4nteed, Addren at onrt, bo li Just tbe to Commercial Travelers. Th liar will all being producers of ipeed, stating age. NXKI.lt .V IliPWt.A . It, alna.yi tapplled nlth the chokfsl N liner jinen, at. l)u., Mo. klndolaborso to make a lasting Impression oa brands or Mqiort and I'lcara. bit progeny. we reMiilly yourljisihei..., ttmnlr IjEK P UUJTKUAN. known tn tin ri.onoirti.j-I.NSUUE A MAKi: IX I'OAI.. I i.letx. 10s iurs.1 anW'elu.o sol I font' t.r. $'J0 TO m f i. 12 iv ia rv "i-- 1 not isv JBJBtOiisrsnt..J ., li Money due when the lact Is asiertalned, or miro SI If, and In every fCW i.uairlciur. luitven aiur.cil.n. HTANFOaD, KY. EX Vrdonlbjtt. parted with or bred to another horse. Will wk Aleut .V I.I.L, Dmee-fkitldo Main Hirsts, two ujiri Cj. Ciw!:l be reasin 011687 on tbe (aim of lUluo. S V ow iu Myers tloUl. Clnclnnati.MBpH vr.. a I. tn'TKIt. 4, 11 I'uro Miroi .atu 'Its iIsjItuw.i kv Ohlo.Jl . Soil by Drug rt(ii rii. About mile from swaluri. a ISO-- tl well-brewell-kni- t, l.i: nuoloul. Its Proprietor is Determined thu: SALESMEN WANTED - recom-ii.r- r r . f3ltj:i utu I jlu rrUttlis 1 'is. S sa3rirsgr-r- t t,Sj-- -