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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887052401 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. 'rf Semi wteekto VOL. XVI. Letter from Morgan j jli nmut HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. t. Court-Houo 1 ufttai NO. 231. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1887. T. Craft Ul. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUtTY, i J tural cou'eiiuenoM of a somewhat diflient southwestern Missouri liverymen. At all people, owing to climate, education, cu- - of the places named I have met with bitter The day when the and'determined opposition in my business toma andsurroundins. breath cf the demsgojue could blow there Mtar roulini: l, but what little Kentucky maining sparks of the war into temporary pluck I could carry with me has In every lUuiei, hss gone, for they now serye but the case won a eatisfaclory victory. Finishing up my list "rural root," on that run, at purpo-'- e of extinguishing themselves in their! therefore, has be Mack's Creek, in one of the moat drenching own ashes. The Senate, come the politicsl graveyard for the orator rain it was ever my misfortuoe to be out freely, to get over to this -- v.,, - ..n.-- n rnn.i.t in wavine the bloody in. I paid """- r-- "glittering general! place, a distance of "7 miles, and feel like shirt and dealing wilh ties that would arouse the populace upon now I was again nearlng God's country, the hustings, for it listens only to those being able to get a railroad to my next who deal in facts and figures; who can give work, which is at Marshall, I know thi recapitulation of my "life the minutest details of past legislation and its effects, nnd 1th thee as a basis can and work" mint be of the most intense in point out unerringly the neceisuy leglsla (erest to your reiders, but I have not the tion that will most successfully guide, con- - time now to prolong it. All along my line of travel, crops are In a trnl and direct this great people in the true chaunel of progresi and prosperity. Here tliurlshlng condition and it tteenis to me He Is much further advanced than is usual in in lUs Mr. Heck's greatest inwer the country to Kentucky. Growing corn hae been thor the best informed mn day contains on all topics that has been and ougly cleaned once and in many caes "knee-high,while may come before the Senate for discussion twice, nnd is often seso are never wheat looks especially well and promises a or legilalion. Hia statements tile yield. Altogether, Misiouri, so 'ar as A sad cal refilled and seldom disputed well as I haye seen, is enjoying good health nnd amity would it be for the mtlon Slate should Kentucky ritire him. Truly prosperity, with abundant promle of peace ungrateful would she be to doeuoh thing, and plenty for the future. I have met many Kentuckians, all of for he has dor.e and will do more for a s whom ogtus with me that whatever Missouri KentutWian than most any other man, he hns the ability, inclination end may be,orclaim to be, Kentucky is the the world. At Hermitage 1 ran opportunity to do so. He ta umjuestiona ncro' a gentleman who stormed tho citably the hardest worker aluiit tbe Capliol who never risen del of my heart and proved his own intolli the great democratic giant, from his seat without felling his opponen'; gence by 'r.ahing forC.eveUnd and CirlisU! theclumplun of the people' righlc; the As 'or myself, I ".ay, and feel it from the bottom of my heart, God bless my old Ken ntny between them aad tho mammoth grasp to all tucky home; and au ardent admirer of Mr. ; the fearlesa enemy iiu corporation honeat, Cleyeland.Qod spied the day when her Irand-sani)b'; the brainy man, the like of whom is eeldom pure and able sin, Jjhn Oriflia Carlisle, .. I ...I . I.... ...., .n.l iliall lia Prujiilnt nl I'm I'nltKll- KtttHii., II - ieen. i.enii!CKy, "n irouu ui u uu merit and worth too ) position no more an honor to himself than Rified son, appreciates country. much to contemplate fjr a moment eeri-- 1 a bleasinu to his ' L oiialy loaim: be luatre and honor rctUcted A mot etupenduus exhibition of nerve to allow upon her by this great man, to fail viv him to succeed himself in the I'niteil Stale JIUU l fiJItlC li tsuuistiuiki ta,sisna.ia who oris in dynamite. One life 1 a m Senate year ao iu looal factory, a t Onions fok Nervous I'iumtiution.-Tho- ie tank of nitro glycerine suddenly caught who are in the habit of inJultfinjj in tire. Flames six feet high burst from the raw onions may be consoled for the mature eurfuce of the tluid. Superintendent Fran It and able bodied odor which wrap them an Holler and foreman Krick Starke were presin veil, and cauxw men, women nnd chil ent and they immediately turned compress siren to life from their malodorous vicinity, ed air into the tank and by other means by the fact that onions are the beat nervine suppressed the tit met, It mutt ba rememknown. No medicine ia really eo eilicacioua bered that the nitro ulvcerine will burn in caaea of ntrvoua prostration and they until a heat of abjut 350 degrees ia reached tone up a worn out system in a very abort and then it will explode. If the fire can time. Their abnorbent powers are also be extinguished before that degree of heat moist valuable, especially in time of epiis reached, there will be no serious cunse demic. It haa repeatedly been obaerved tiuence. In the above instance, it w:u the that an onion patch in the immediate vi- safer course to try to put out the Harnes, as cinity of a house acts as a ehield aRaint if an explosion was to occur it would come the pestilence, which U vury apt to pass too quickly to allow escape to a safe disover the Inmate of that house. Sliced on- tance. A man under such circumstances, ions in a sick room absorb all tho germs however, is more liable to use his legs than If tne tans nan ex nn.l nrevent contagion. During an epl h s thinking lacuutoa .ti.ifaii ltd mnA iiiftniiinQ wunin pix irei rt . ,,, , demie He conbrmed onion eater snou,u, ; however, eschtw his usual itiet, ,m the f)0o pour.da of nitro ulycerine in one tla-- ii The detonation would, no doubt, hae been irerms of the disease are pretent In the on -Globe Kensibly felt in all pirtn of the contagion can eauily result. ion and Han Francifco Call. D.nKcrat ' The next six weeks will b j the carniThe nick reported In laat letter are imKr order of tho Lincoln County Court, I 'lil , val of educational festivities. Liberty leads proving ell reef of travel -r- ailwnr mincon Sundayotl on the Ul'.h anJ 'Jo h in-with a A good crowd from hera attended the 1SS7, -school Vutitlnhvtt Tui'Mitiiutuuit FrhUtVH neclioDA hiini; up here for SBTeral hours of 8. 8 Convention at Maretburvt S inday. convention; Waynesburg comes MO.VDAY, JLXK -- AT weir waiting, and hayinj; bjred all my In Stanford to the highest i'eytun and Kjld ctne down 8 it in with closing exercises of I'rof. Nile' At the Dr. frleni'e, the wife of my bosom, my uncle, Udder, a lot ol notes, s ruoo the number one on tin County Teach-erS'J urday to perform n surgical operation up in school, i!7(h an Cbapnsls 'lap Turnpike Company for JVM and couilna arid s:itit, with many-pa- o letters the head of a Association will he nt Crab Orchard interest. II. li. Miller JlOO, It U. Uumhsr Sl.nIO, m younif Mr. Lynn, wh at , T.ljht Sharps HtocU In Crmpp-.l- s (Up Turnof nlHoiblni; (?) Intereat, I cannot refrain unJarslood If weorrJit that ll.SQ will ho b'lt June is, the commencement celebrations at pike Coiupmy, MM In Confederal money and a injiired at a saw mill same time tuandrl. and dr from 'drnppini; a few linet" to that Centro College June the State piece of nnc'.ent 'liver Coin. OWSl.EV, Ex'or found an operation w.in not necHnrj. H. true and nMe exponent of democratic prin Of 1. C. llumtxtr, Utc'J. tt Teachers' Association at Louisville June MJm Millie Ilfooki, one of Crab Orciple anil Kentucky nrcitne, the Inte-mo- il WALTON- W. P. chard's pretty rUIr, accompanied by Mr. Joun.VAt., "fir whom ho loveth he Will Dodd old nis gra guiding last Walter Klmilon, were vititinp friem'a chaMruetii!" here Friday, liimh Miller paid our pWce week to a party fro n Minnesota for ;CO0. LONDON. KV". B BECK. SENATOR JAMES Leaving LoiiieTille oyer the (). & M., on n lllng viit Sitnnhy from hi Kirk7lllc By the way, the enterprise o( breeding fine F .B.RILEY, Proprietor. the night of the t h, after the democracy of To tbe Ulltar or llio Interior Journal horses is on a decid-- d boom iu thij region clionl. Tlioro uglily Itciioaiils'tl ami llofur-nislu-- il I.i:iUtlT rm robllf are far inor nu Kentucky had formulated a uiRicnifi.'ent Oar esteemed friend and western trav- and the fame of Lincoln county ts a pro l'irst-i-liiMFare IhroiiglioiK mereii" in the l'..ited Staler than an oth.r ticket of (jrand MnleHiitn to soundly thranh eler, M, T Crft. ducsr of extra ock in this line is becomdown on the train iitid rousonalilc prices. Ility unit nlglit 'Irrritorlfn and tie let.tibllcnn puty, and afterward to country upon tie larlh f Friday evening returning from Hainan. ing widely extended. The pedigree of a fnliitnrc met by polite llilt leinlature the lta't law makini: bod ceptably nnd mcce,fiillr adminlKter the Wianoiry to know that he did not eniiy horee is at present a matter of greater in- popular House. ie because they leuinliit for the leant nuiu niWr of Slate, I hiTolrareled o'er mnr n hl trip, liiim rtic't during tnoH of hi terest than the ancestr of u prospective weary league el .Muwuri coil, (topping firat her. CjnureM the jireatf!, mamni; son in law; and the e good qualities journey. for both Territory and Htte. 'lho mem nt JetIerou Htrrick, in St. Louis county, of the latter are entirely eclipsed by the Mr. James Wood, who left this place brc of thet-- bodies a n rule vary in Intel- which, as its name eiicKeati', is a covern-me- nt for Kaunas in 1S33 and located in Coffey, brilliant record of the formar . according army then on ;o Hitmark, which ligence, ability and experience, The various questions pertaining to We makoaipeclaltr of the manufacture of fine is here for a two months' visit. He savs tu which they are electfd place is a greatjokeon the illustrious (ler in ill State and National politics havo for the Boots and Hbous and guarantee our work la every business is lively there. They have four workmen arc alrealy respect. Two orcWen. The State lenIaluie are com- - man IVemier, although a considerable railroads through the county nod more time subsided On rural population is of employed and others will 1? engaged If necessary. lie railroad centre; on through Poplar Hlufl Ilepatring dono neatly and at short uotko. lilve of, prtsjmably, the best qualiCr-too homogeneous a character to invite the us u building. call and wo will serve you right. from each oounty of the State. Likewise and Hoxie, Arknsa, over the K- C, S. & attention of tbe nnarchiis, socialirts or niJOHSSnS, VKSStStiTOS t-- Lancaster This division of the L & X., is on a lm is made up ol M , to Kurdland and Springfield; ihrn down hilist, an 1 the pending controversy of labor tic Hotifc of HepreM-nUttrboom; from IS to 21 trains per day nnd the most experienced and bKt suited from the Chadwich branch to Sparta, the home cars for shipment nl freight are at a premi vs. cspltal mil probably be mooted; and the various t'jnBresslonal districts of the of the festive and famous "KtM Knobbsrs." urn. We understand there are orders in perhaps the batlle fought without disturb Statu. The Ssnate, the highest, ablest nnd j At Springfield some diz?n cr more of th;se for 200 more box can than can be furnished ing the even tenor of our lives. The larger most profound leilative body of the en-- patriotic souls now languish in an earthly towns and minufacturing distrirts have I will deliver to regular customers 1& Statrd at present. and vicinity every morning at over the threatened tire country, is, owing to this fact, ooiujhis- - and altogether unromantic "gaol." Strange reason to b As is often the case when uames are ed of (he wisest, greatest and belt men of to say the home and haunts of thee selfissue. A growing spirit of recklesnes and One Cent not particularly mentioned in articles rethe Slates. As in our mulctary sysieiu me constituted conservators of the peace is in ferring to dillsrent matters some parties lawlessness is certainly abroad; and we Accounts due at tho close of each mnta or C)iniiun county, and, stranger still, public scale of legl knowledge and wldom, stand to day over a politictl volcano tbe when customer quits. take it all to themselves when in fact no tf i:. t at the lowest in maRlstrales' courts, sentiment had all along been warmly with reference is made to them Such was the throes of which are daily becoming more van- - tbe Knobbtrs, until on an unlucky day, or perceptible, and the firs eruption of which, gradually acen.ls through all the case witli the little parngraph in this coloin courts to that of the bU rime uouri oi nigni, 1 may say, ttiey in r .in Diootl intir-th- umn last week about church affairs here. is not averted by prudent counsel and wiee N ition. So in the leglilattve brarih of dered a couple of innocent young men who Much more could have been said on the legislation, will precipitate a chaos of poAND our country's government, beginning at the ditliked to be whippeJ like dog and stub subject and would have been had we litical, financial and social ruin, unheard of , Slate legislature and ending iu the Senate bornly refused to be regulated" or "bald-o- f thought any good could have been nccom in the history of our model governmen. It Having rentl the stable on Depot "reet, I am ischini'ricil to appeal to the genius of our Conare', so that to b a member of koobbed." Kjtwith'aadingeverything was plished thereby. to train and break horses on reasonable population. That population is not cim this gresl and wise body !' no mall thing; perfectly quiet while I wti there, I could OBITUARt, for- - not but feel gra'ly relieved when the poky ItfUta posed of the elements that gnye brilliancy and to be its leader, the most powerful, Stanfoid. Ky midable and best t tipped man with (acts, old "mixed" train on this slow going branch Oa Friday morniugall o'clock, May and glorv to the record of the revolutionaJXO. M rKRK:S3. History repeats itself, and the R. S. U1S.TIN of tho entire boly, ii to occupy the highest landed me safely bck at Springfield, a '20, 1S"7, at his home in Lincoln county, ry period Buodiikid, Kv., May, IsST. t element of discord which have been a plnaele, ve one, of political honor and driving and growing little citv of some Elijah H. Stidduth finished his ehort pilAlbright A Martin W to inform their many curse to the Old World, have ben friends and customers ot the change In firm na- is to which a man can raWe him- - 000 souls In grimage of -- ') yeirs and 10 days. to From SprinRtuld I took the CJulf road to March, lSSt), he was stricken down with transplanted by thousands to our shores, -- ell or be raiieJ by the American psople 3IAUTIX place, la now tilled by James Ii, lieck, Ash Grove, changing there to the Kansas typhoid fever; all that could be done for scheming, plotting, organ'zing to teenre in This Tne new firm liopn, not only to sustain the repwrongly him to of Kentucky. The reasons, we believe, that City Southern for Humamville him to health was done, but this land of boss el, toleration a magni'ule utation of theold, but intends to make many ImMr. Heck Is accorded this position, main named), then to Ciplinger's Mills, Kookins, he fell a victim to consumption, which and a power capable of upheaving from its provements in tbe manufacture ol lubauo which will be to tbe Interest ol our customers. We will talaa and hold It so well, is that the day of Prestcn and Mack's Creek, by $1 a day pri robbed him of bis life after a struggle ot very foundotions the proud ediface conse- devote special attention to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past peace and progress is upon u; the feeds of vate conveyance, the one impossibility with 1 months. He bore his afflictions bravely; crated bv the blood of our fathers, that on favors and asking for a continuation of your trade, Respectfully yours, sectional strife and dUlike remain not be ;he Creator Himelf being to hire a bore, not a murmur of complaint escaped his its ruins thev miy build a bloody, sui'.esa we remain, ru 31. HIT IS A' lT.lt KIXS. btvond the na- or in any way avoid the ruination pricss of lips. Ha obeyed thecommands of the gos trr(M ansrrhy. tween the North and Smth. Waiuuw, Mo. May lis, 18b". Deaii Intf.hioh -- Hlrandet! upon the MOTICE J WM AVnKI. AYRES& GIVENS, 311 JAS.O. OIVUNS, Notary Public. TII, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Fifth Hired, I'lSUANNUMiOASII. ornHVijxre, . llooma 3 and S. Cromie mock. I am . (lDO-ly.- icy. ) ai, .. TAGKNON -- HOUSE, H dally opening an elegant line of fcprlng and fc'ummor Millinery, Including all The Latest Novelties of tho Season. Also Notions, -- ni "'" uch as Handkerchiefs, Collars J!ucntD' Corsets, Bustle', etc. You iuobi inirujai laieiy vacated by Bail-'Warren, Dcxt door to this Myers Iloule. IfiMm KATE KitAlt. "? A liVlI I'ot-lcrMo- M7-'- IEWCOMB i"" po-sl- b MT. VERNON, KY. HTEL e BOOT AND SUOEST011E. fiiat-c.as- s ..nlil pt; This old and Hotel Is still maintaining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. Jl- SEWCOJin, l'ro'r, "6m Mt. Vernon, u!y. l' LOUIS SCIILKOEL, PJIOIOGKAPHER, mciiMusn, KKMucKr. ' ICE! 1CI2! ICE! Per Pound. j: n, mi ou Photographs in all styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. '""" New designs In Framea and Mats at very low (20My. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, e Livory, Training, Feed, SALE STABLE! CAPITAL ! Ol' I.ARC.I.STEB, KY. - - S1JW.O0OOO , i 03-- ""$$', ffitf$$TK This Bank solicits accounts of Individuals, firms Ani corporations. Its facilities for making lections, In all parti of the United States are s. -- taJ con-slan- - tention. and cutomer, are at .all times granted reaaonablo nccommodatlocs they see proper iomk. noLogtoouer our services to the citizens ol neighboring counties, without Banklnj facilities, and atture them that any business sent us shall at all times have prompt and faithful at- rPasd, tt PEKKINN. XIltl3CTOIlS: J. , ( re-lo- re 1 S. JOHNSON, L. F.HUBBLE, lOi. SIMPdON, J. M. HlGUINJJOTnAM, LEWIS Y. LEAVKbi, JOKL J. WALKEU, J. W. L05AN, T.M.ARNOLD, B. O. MULLINS. Bh5--.- - OPFICEUat J. M. UIGQINBOTHAM,PRE3T. LEWIS V.LEA VELL, - ?. eirly age of 15 years and was a member of the Christian church at Goshen A large concourse of friends followed his remains to the family burying ground, where he was laid beside loved ones gone bsfore. He leaves a fond mother, a loving, grief stricken sister, who was lar awiv when the summons came, and a little brother, too young to realizs the loss he sustains, besides many devoted friends to mourn hie los, (or all who knew him loved tbe noble boy. Ciinerous, loviug and he will he sadly missed in and outside his family circle; his bright fsca and cherry voice will be seen and heard no more bui dear ones, sorrow not aa tnoss without hope. There li a balm lor wounde.1 he.rts, pel at the true-hearte- ud opuUr publication!. for our nesr Liberal ler mi and exclusive territory given. Teachers, indents and others, desiring permanent employment should sddreis at once I.. ADAMS 11 I'alsce Hotel Hulldlns, Cincinnati, O. ?.' C7 ,JU PCR nAV"1"1 k "" by $ J Rfl ru.il Ural energeilc person any HALES IVEt.1.! Somoii Open - V J. p. SANDIFER, CASHIER, B. F. HUDSON, TELLER. Jitue IhI, 1SS7, ' A. McCLINTOCK beml-Annu- & SON'S Auction Sale of Registered Jersey Cattle ! 30 HEAD, AT HHASFIELli'S JnneperweV (IJ; July TERMS OK BOARDand August per week $0, 1'nlidren under Vi jears old and Servants half prlcr Transient ratfs per day i .perineal lit cents. Hotel accemtnoda-tlon- s Cottages will be rentlor about 50 gnosis ed any time from now until 1st day of July to ono par week. After the 1st day family only at JJ.50 ol Jufy W.50 will he charged, special ratei will be given two families desiring to occupy the satus . DR. W. B. PENNY, ICoiittioIcy DENTIST, ' fitn morel. or nocbargesmade. dress Uorsea will be well cued for and frd at f par week, per meal 35 cents, satisfaction guaranteed HOIfE EXCHANGE .1. L,. .SVOOXAJIOltE, further inforu.atl(ii ad- I'rop'r. StauforJ, Ky sea-so- n LEXINGTO.V, KE.ITL'CEr, H'EU.NESDAY, MA 25, 1SS7, .tf 1 O'cl (;. All n a A rest for souls forgiven; A home where IrlenJ from frlcnJ ne'er And U are found In heaven. jirt. -- .... . i 000-pou- nd The recent sale of tbe Kentucky ami Great Eistern by the Toiled States Court illustrates the manner in which the peopl are eometimea swindled by railroad c mpa dies with nnmes. The Kjn tucky and Great Ktatern csnsiated of a legislative franchise and n debt of $1 000, 000. Oa its own map the road rAn fnm Mnyavillc to Newport. In reality it run nowhere, for it wru never bdilt.SjTiif countioa xlong the line voted large sulxidies and the jl 000 000 which the road owed When was. wanted in survey, Hularies, etc the road was sold a few days Hgo it brought ;500 The Kentucky and Grtat Histern is not the only railroad scheme in,theS'a c which, after being voted aid by the peop'e, has never been built. It is pirtly dun to tlilj cause tliHt Kentucky's railroad milenge is so small. Green county has HJsrailrosd debt of JSOO.OOO, due for a road which was only partly built. Tbe"aseed valuation of the county is only $1 200,000. Although a recent decision of tho Supreme Cjurt of the United States says that these bonds shall be paid, yet uo one has been found bold enough to undertake their collection. It is tbo duty of tbe county judge to do eo, but on Friday he received an anonymous warning that it would bo as much as bis life was worth to undertake it. Constquent-l- y he will have to resign. Allen county also has a large debt for a railroad that was never built. Oaly last year Bath county paid $10,000, tbe last Installment on a sub sidy voted nearly 30 yeirs ago to a railroad that was never built. Tavlor county has had a similar experience, audit is no wonder that the people of this State are bickward in voting aid to railroads. g come. lauiilie will he represented pur M I.amhkiit yearling Bull a number ot high tested r.wt; aud a One lot ot youni htllVrs, bred to choice Moke Togls bulla. Stock iKnijIit by distant buyeta kept at nominal cost. LuiKh at li o'clock, saieat l.'.li sharp. For catalogues We have fixed the prices to suit all an 1 to want everybody to comsi to Hale's Well this and be convinced that this Is the b st and cheapest wattrin Plata In the Slate ol Kentucky. ORlie on Lancaster street, next door to A golden opportunity Is ottered you In board tor office. OOce hours from 8 to 12 A, the month of June and frim now until tha 1st djy ar. and t to 6 p. x. Anesthetics administered whtn of July lu cottage rent, ao nom Is time , nnceuary. ti jurA. US. 1151-lyr- .J ii"vrfnly allre .1 t.t J Jlvt'litXrOCIC A SOX. Millrrsburj, Ky I- - 3VC. BRUCE, Nowpcrt Nov?8 & Iflsslssippi Valloj Cc. BY DAYLIGHT Through the CANONS of NEW RIVER and serosa tha ALLEGMANIES and the BLUE RIDGE, pasting WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Resorts ol the Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. FIKEST SUMU7.R CLIMATE IN AMSSICA. e Obiernllon Cars from Kanawha Falls to Charlottes-titlBreakfast to Supper) (rem April 1st to December 1st ONLY SOLID TRAINS lth PULLMAN CARS Lsuisrillo, Cincinnati, and Lcslngtcn, t: rncx Denier in Binders, Reapers, Mowers. Agricultural Implements Genornliy, JBukkios, awagons, Lumber, 3co. Give Hnim call. aiiutuiiAvr Connects In tarn depot In Washington for 1 TAILOR. BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, Direct rout to NEW YORK. I New Goods for Spring and Summer Couiprhtui tar 6eit la the tmrkel, which will b h' reclvl aad still receiving LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, And all point In Gotten Up in r3tylo and Make Sooond to Uono in City or Country VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. TICKETS IN SEASON- .1, 'ST Ulve 91e Trial. ix arracTMav I)llt. 7 No. 4 Dully Kr. Hun. No. ... --- ai iWui Lve LoiHsvi'le Cam. II SO ji m II 00 u Arr Ixlnit;n..M uj tto 00 m wriitoHoinn-siirii't:'... Don Bit Laat Thursday morning SolCbrlottv!le(V M Juuct) 5 10 p m iu " 8 IS p in i OJ p tu omon, a son of J. M. Elmore, was calling at ' Ulchmon I II IS a m S 15 p tu " Newport Nff J. M. Pnillipa on an errand, be was badly " OJJ Poiul Coruljri 11 ID m il 10 p m 12 'pm " P ra bitten by a dog owned by the raid Phillips. " Norfolk IMTpm 8 .J p id Wnshliutou II 21 p in II J3 p in When application was made to him by the " Raltlmure m 3 00 tu :i 00 " rnllad'lphl.i father of the boy to kill the deg, he stub tl W m f 'JO a n. " New York bornly refused to do so and took him and For 'rickets, Rtw. Iufjrmillon, otc, apply at locked him up. Tnis shows bow much Ticket ofilceuradJri'M W t'.wltiKIMn. H. W. FULI.KK. more a man can care for h dog than he dees Jn'l Pus'r An' J.I View PicUent. L ulsv llf, Kj. for human bloodi J. M Elmore I'lituieivd, J. A 3) j ' WALSH, THE TAILOR, a:W j , FOUIl'lII AVENtE, '0 i , Louisville, P.S.-riNEGOODS - - Kir. , EXCLUSIVELY. 1 tlMnTrTmirrMV'rTr",,"',"-''i'''""WLMMWA jCTTOWuji.Tuxragcia;i'.jjDTiHmjmHrwiiii.iujiniiiu NOTES OP CURRENT A in io fell EVENTS. Mies Mittio McGulre has been appointed postmaster at Llewellyn, Lee county. GARRARO mm 1.1 i u to III If l Two moro wodding ''on dlt." Will particular later. A much-neederain fell Sunday and all fears of famine aro ayerted for the Doalora In- present. Prof, Moss' school had a picnic in Joel e, Walker's woods Saturday. It was we II attended and all had a pleasant time. Joo Bttes, for Lehman Bros., bought irom the Hume Distillery Company 70 cattle at $1.20 per cwt. They rere shipped to Jerney City, New Jersey. El Bishop, Sam McDonald, Coleman Our stock is comprehensive nnd brand new and prices suit oven tho c!oust spreading. Saveral million dollar' worth of close buyers. Come to ibo us early and often. Rogers, Jesse Sweeney, Jr., and Lord Byron of lumber has already b.'en destroyed. The locomotive spark has begun tho Patterson held a picnic at Drake's Ford on season's campaign. It has just devastated Saturday. They had lemonade. George W. Bsttls, manager of the Ken75,000 acres oi woodland in Mmachu setts. tucky Central railway, has kindly placed Rsv. Joseph Bolts accidentally shot and huge? and bj driving all night he hop There are reports of terrible earthed to reach the sheriff in time to stop the and killed Allen McDonald near Winfield, quake shocks in North Mexico, in which at Mr. Warnie's disposal a palace car for execution. He did reach him in time to Tennessee, while hunting. much property has been destroyed and ma- the transportation of his horses to New Jer sey. George is a hustler. The incredible rumor is current that ny lives lost. save the man' neck, but he didn't have a John Woodcock is still sillicted with minute to pare, for the nooee had been the Louisville & Nashville railroad is anx A misplaced switch caused a wreck on adjusted, the black cap drawn and theeffi ious to annex the Mexican National to Its the Baltimore & Ohio road, near Baltimore, odium thtologicum,or rather their teachings; cer in theactoffpringing the trap, when system. in which one man was instantly killed, one and in that he is not alone, Bro. Barnes may have lost some friends here, but he the excited lawjer arrived and produced After being onc3 sentenced to death, fatally and several seriously hurt. his paper. Lecgett stood paralyzed with then to prison for life, Bjb Luntr,a MissisThe first big democratic rally of the has a few left who believe with him that fear, but when he heard the good news he sippi murderer, has, on a third trial been Buckner campaign will be held at Lexing- "God is love and nothing else." fell upon his knees and poured fourth his acquitted. It seems that we are actually to have ton, June S The cominitteo figures the no base ball club this year. The warm thenks to God and the lawyer in fervent At foreclosure bIp the Nickel-platmajoritr of the State at not less than 50, weather of the psst week has taken the prsjer. It is a pity that something hadn't road was purchased by Frederick F. P. 01- - 000 The Bteimer Gaelic, from China and backbone out of the few gallant souls who cott, Chairman of the Nickel-platPurchas kept the Itwver back just two minute". Japan, arrived at San Francisco with small- were working up the project. They have ing Committee, for $10,000,000. Wr. are indebted to .Mr. L. T. Davidson The Court of Appeals has decided that pox on board. She was at once placed in succumbed to climatic influences. president of the Courier Journal Job PrintMaster Clay Hamilton is the cominj Judge Wlnfree, democrat, was elected coun- quarantine. There are 1.200 Chinesa pasing Company, for a copy of 8mith'a History ty judge in Christian county. Anderson, sengers. clerk. He has his store open at 5:C0 cverv of Kentucky, gotten out sometime ago by Miss Maggie Long, 15 years of age, morning, is polite and accommodating and republican, contested the election. that effice. Judges have pronounced the Nino residences and a like number of was burned to death at Kerrville, Tenn., gives honest weight. Being too young to en work sn able and correct historical record, other buildings were toHIIy or pirlially Friday night, while taking part in a eerie' have sweethearts, and not a cigar or cigarwhile the mechanical execution is almost wrecked by the explosion of four tons of of tableaux attending the commencement ette tiend, ho is a variable boy. Thwe perfection a thing of beauty and a joy forexerciser of Ksrrville Academy. cheers forClsy! nitro glycerine near, Dulutb, Minn. ever to a printer's eye. The bandeome ilIn an address before the Paarmaceu-tica- l While plotting on Southland Island, The pupils of Mia Julit Gill will give 2 lustrations, with which the book abounds, 1 CO Association at Louisville, Mr Lucas a concert at the City Hall May 2t$. They in the Ohio, 00 miles abovo Cairo, Illinois, all the work of the company' experiare John Peachell was struck by lightning stated that nine tenths of the prescriptions will bs assisted by MIm Maggie MeCIary, enced corpn of artiste, acd in this depigmm) from a Email, tieecy cloud in a clear sky given by doctors are "automatic," and that the most talented vocalist of the Cincinnati ment, ns well as in all others of the printing r- -J the medicines prescribed have m virtue or Conservatory of Music, and soloist of St. and killed. business, it has not a rival in the South. Xaviet. Proceed, after deducting erpens Mrs. Boyd, of Rjokford, Mich., whose relative merit. The Kincnttudc of the concern can be im A Goorgia. lawyer complains that any o to be given to thechurchw of this place. husband committed a murder while drunk agined when it is told that tho pay-ro- ll of and was sentenced for life, got a $0,000 body who owns a copy of the Georgia Codo Let everybody come. t2 employes, exclusive of efficers, is from v CO judgment from a sIoon keeper who sold and can borrow $0 can gain admission to Oa next Wednesday evening Mty Jj, lo $1, GOO a week. This department 1. CO tbeBtrin that State. The requirements ir. iirus looinsou will bj married to her husband liquor. Feparalc and distinct from the newspaper CO Gov. Curtin says the democrats of are not much more difficult to meet in Tex- Miss Maggie Curry, one of Lancaster' m and nooe of its employes, typo or presees ct- beautiful belles. The ceremony v, ill Im Pennsylvania are practically solid for as, Galve.ton News. ' r are ueed in common. r3 performed at the Christian church by i d- -r Cleveland and Senator McPherson says he DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT T. G We find from conversation with the more h constantly gaining strength andean easilanccy. The groom is the son oi i A severe wind and hail storm blew Col. B. F. Robinson, father of our shentl, conservative of the prohibitionists that it is ly carry New Jersey. The late Washington C. DjPauw, of down several tree' necr the residence of J. Mr. Tom Robinson, ml the bride the not their desire to nominate a candidate the (laughter of Mr. Theodore Curry, for the legislature, though the chairman of New Albany, bequeathed $3,000,000 to his T. Hackley. in Boyle county farmers complain that one of Lancaster's prominent merchants, the county committee haa called a meeting family and $500,000 to benevolent and edufor that purpose. A very few ultra and cational institutions, including $100,000 to cut worms and a bug resembling the chinch lien Rowe, just returned from Florida, impracticable men, wLo want to rule or tho university bearing his name. bug with a yollow spot on its back aro says he left Bn Burdett "pirouetting" Craig Tolliver has been elected police making much destruction in the corn fields. around in Killarney, Miss Annie Holm rs, ruin, favor it, but the majority think that Logan Welsh and wife and several ofCrab Orchard, is yisiting at Mr. 11. C. Dr. Fettus is good enough for them. There judge of Morehead, Rowan county. He can be no objection urged to the doctor by got all the votes that were polled, 15 or 20. other colored people had a fijht Saturday RaufI man's. Capt.T. A. Elkin and wife e-- rthe most rabid prohibitionist. He is a People who were opposed to him were night. Logan and wife are out on bond; are visiting friends at Atlanta, Georgia. CO practical temperance man, is for permitting afraid to Tote. Sam Anderson, of Louisville, was In this Carlisle Mercury. the others are in jail; all will be tried The jury after 12 minutes retirement no further vote on the whisky question in Mr. Thomas N. Prewitt and Miss Sa- city last week, Hugh Logan is again linthis county and will vote himself for a sub- found William Patterson guilty of the rah F. Hamner obtained marriage license gering in our msdst. He worn a killing mission of a constitutional prohibition murder of Jennie Bowman at Louisville this morning. The lady is a daughter of suit of clothes Sunday. Sam McDonald, a clause to the vote of the people of the State. and fixed his punishment at death. An Squire John W. Hamner. All belong in dashing drummer from Cincinnati, spent Saturday and Sunday with us. Mr. C. D. What more could be asked? We have appeal will be taken and William will not the west end of tho county Colonel William O'Connell, O'Don-nel- l Peacock, the Bryantsville druggist, spent heard of no aspirants to the nomination and swing with Albert. Col. Reynolds, who waa formerly a O'Flynn O'Bradley passed thro' town Sunday in Lancaster. it is hardly probable that there will be one. Messrs. Warnie ft Wagner, . the New Methodist preacher, was fined $2(0 and Sunday evening on his way to Somerset, The Prceident believing in retrenchment sent to jail for 12 months for blasphemy at where he proposes to open the campaign in Jersey gentlemen who have been here for a and reform and the injustice to the peo- Morristown, N. J. Ingersoll defended him behalf of the grand old party and the grand week, left for home yesterday. They purple of retaining men in effico to do nothing and the cfler.se coneisted in distributing a old flag. The colonel is just so loyal that chased while here about half dozsn horces, paying from $200 to $500 a head. Mr: beyond draw their pay, has issued an order pamphlet arguing against the infallibility ho can't be any loyaler. Mr. J. T. Hugeley'e residence and con- Warnie is highly pleased with tho get of consolidating revenue districts, by which 22 of the bible. The machinery purchased for the pur- tents were destroyed by fire en the 12th Ultimus, hisllambletonian Btallion in this are entirely abolished and the collectors retired from the service. These office were pose of drilling for water, can and oil, ar- inst., and on the 19:h tho German Insur- county. There are now about 100 of these created by the republican parly and were rived here Monday. The work of putting ance Company, of Frccport, Illinois, thro' colts in the county. He predicts that out nothing more than sinecures to reward cer- up the derrick was begun lat Wednesday, L. M. Gray, local agent for Boyle and put of the lot there will be somo very good (JKOl'IjK, tain offensive partisans for disreputable and is progressing rapidly. It is located rounding counties, adjusted the loss in full, ones, and that high prices will be realized from their sale, What Garrard needs is MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. party work. The caving to the govern on the land of Mr. Samuel Avritt, at the paying Mr, Hugeley $2,100. Sara and Lewis Faulconer are at it more horse mea. We have plenty fellows ment by tee consolidations will be more summit of the bill north of the railroad. Lebanon Standard, again. Louis went to the country and took here who love fine horses and have good than $100,000 annually, and this ia but anI Imre a hiiIciiiIIiI Mock of flic Julius Martine, a highly respected a horse, which Sara claims os her eeparate "theories" in regard to breeding and raisplume of tho man who other feather in the following Gootls: will lead his party to a grander victory citizen of Atlanta, has been sentenced to estate; and Sara objects and raised a big up ing them, but there are too few who have thirty days on the rcck-pil- e, Quoons-waro- . Glass-- , Tin- and fined roar at her residence this morning. The the nerve to pay tho price for breeding to a than before, in 1S8S. heavily, for violation of the prohibition Dailies aro husband and wife, but do not good hone. Now and then a lawyer in attempting to law. From the evidence Mr. Martine liye together. A suit for divorce is pendBRODHLAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. bulldcze a witness runs against a snag. At seems to bayo been filling Bush, Wood Grass bottles for his ing in the circuit court. Lexington George Denny insinuated that The s:hool at this place was closed last VVebb who friends from a private stock of liquors kept An old gentleman named Scytliosand Snaths, one had lied, whereupon the irate individ- at his residence. ween lives on the Hustonvilie pike 2 miles from ness. on account of measles and other sickBuggy Whips, all pricos, ual jumped to bis feet, threw his hat on The $5,000 slander suit of preacher town, while riding on horseback yesterday A party of excursionists just returning the floor and proposed to wipe the earth up Shirley against Tom Brown, for intimating Picklos in bulk and in botnear the residence of Dt. J. W. Gill, was from a trip to some of the Laurel county with Denny, if the court did not protect that Shirley had set his houso on fire, was met by a runaway horse attached to a coal mines, report a good time and extend tles, him. Judge Morton said it was as much decided in court Wednesday. The jury,af Mr. Webb and his horse were both hit duty to protect a witness as a lawyer, ter hearing all the testimony concluded knocked down and injured, Mr. Webb eeri many thanks to the people cf Allamont Boautiful Flowor Pots and Etst Bjfistadt for the many favors ltd tl at he wtuld do ic; whereupon peace that Mr. Shirley 's character was impaired ously. Baskots, shown them. spir ieij rid in Warsaw. A lying witness $200 worth, and brought in a verdict to Joseph Flocker, a tailor who works for George Melvln. of Lily, is a guest of Lomon and Vancan cmially be tcld io with impunity, but that eflect. Harrodiburg Democrat. P. A. Marks, stepped out of the second-sto- ry our town, He never fails to make us a lftT-j1 utll) pick their men and rarely illa, Scottsville, on the Caesapeake & Nashwindow on Main street Sunday even- visit about the close of school, just before experience what Denny did. ville, is on a boom. Thursday some 100 ing. He was half asleep when he took the some of the students Can-no- d California take their departure-bu- t as he is a clever fellow and a model Tux original copy of the ordinance of lots were sold at an average of $300 per step but being rather active managed to Goods. The purchasers were principally alight on hia feet. His back was hurt con- youne man we gladly welcome secession of the State of Virginia, which acre. him at any from Bowling Green and Nashville, It is siderably by the jar, but he is well enough time. Joseph A. T. R. WALTON. was stolen during the terrible daya after Hardin was in our midst contemplated making Scottsville a manuMark Hardin, lair of Montlctllo, Clerk, to be at work this (Monday) morning. the fall of Richmond just before the close Sjnday. His many friends here are ever Oil has been found in Mies Mary McRobzrts baa returned glad to have him come and sad when of the war, has at hat been heard from and facturing town. he Got. Lee has taken steps to procure It. It large quantities, and nearly all lands suit- from Missouri and is again with her aunt, leaves, bo says his girl. Mrs. M. Belle it said to be in the possession of the widow able have been leased by capitalist, who Mrs, El iz i Fox, Thomas Hoskins, who Burnside, who has had a successful music will bore for oil. E. C. Chase, Findlay, of a soldier in Minnesota. has been with his brother, John S, Hoskins, class here for the past nine months, leaves Ohio, has leased 300 acres, and will at once left Sunday for Nashville, Tennesiee, where to day for her home near Lancaster, much 9 sink a well. L?o Brigel and Ordinary Rio coflee has jumped from associates, reside. Louis Dunham and to the regret of her patrons, pupils and cents to 21 cents in nine months. This a Cincinnati, have leased several thousand he expects to family, of Gunnison. Colorado, who have friends. sn advance of 125 per cent, and is based on acres and just as soon as a flow of 300 barDied, on the lO.b Inst., of measles, been visiting the Misses Fiaber on Lexingthe shortness of the new crop, which begins rels per day can be had large refineries will Miss Laura S Vanhook, 10 yeajs of age ton street, left for home. to arrive in this country July 1. be built, giving employment to about 1,000 As Mrs. D. P. Rowland and Mrs. S. B During her short stay of a few years in bands. Brodhead, under the care and protection of B. DouB3hs purchased the Bcotts-TitlW. The Latham monument, in memory of White were driving in a pheton this morn . Scntintl and proposes to aid the boom the Confederate dead lyinc in the cemetery ing they wore met by a runaway horse, ner Kind brother, J. II. Vanhook, eho has S that has struck that town so forcibly, ne at IJopkinsville, erected by Mr. John C. which scared the horse they were driving. won ttie hearts of many true friends who wanifested love by many kindnesses is an old hand at tho business and knows Latham, of New York, was unveiled He became uncontrollable and began to when they their found she must die. Her words, what he is about. Stodg-hilThursday. Tne oration of the day was run, when a colored man named Joe at considerable danger to himself, ran "I am not afraid to die," aflord much con Secret! ry cf the Treasury Fairchild delivered by tho Hon. W. C. P. Breckin-ridgin front of the frighteded animal, seized solatlon to her friends. On the 17th lust, a in that gentleman's most graceful his bridle and succeeded in stopping him, large baa iebiied a call for the redemption of concourse of friends followed her lifeloan of 1682 style, and was a masterly tribute to the thus relieving the ladies from great imof the tbree'pcr-cent- . less but beautiful corpse to the Baptist MCiLSSS 1H- on July 1, to be applied to the sinking Confederate soldier. An appropriate ad- - pending danger. church where her funeral was preached by aa made by fund requirements of the next fiscal year. dre'a closing the ceremonies Prohibitionists, AHpntinnt v&52 Rev. Mr. Saackleford, after which tho in" Drugs, Books, Stationery and Hiram T. Hoover, claiming to be a Key. Dr. Charles Deems, of the Church of The prohibitionists of Lincoln county are iciuirui iook piaco in uie .urouiieau ceme... DM y" j f -ibcw "vv- -V. UAiLH. Ml 111IUO. rdllbV 1S f "", v'K nvi Knights of Labor organizsr, was fatally the Strangers, New York, It was a memo- requested to meet in convention at the tery. shot by a mob of indignant Georgians, for rable holiday in Hopkinsville, honored by Court-Hous- s Monday, June 'J, county court Tue steamships Celtic and Britannic, FbTitclaot' prescriptions itcuratrly compounded. Alto endeavoring to incite negro laborers to acts the presence of many distinguished etran- - day, for the transaction of important busi- of the White Star Line, collided eeveral gers, and ending in a brilliant reception ness. Among other things the nomination hundred Served him right. o( incendiarism. miles from New York Thursday Col. Richard West, one of the most and banquet at night. Gov. Knott, Simon of a candidate for the legislature. The evening about 5 o'clock, in a fog. The prominent breeders of trotting horses in the Bolivar Buckner and a host of other dis- prohibition candidates should be present Britannic was outward, the Celtic inward The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, United Slates, died suddenly at his home tinguished gentlemen from Kentucky were and present their claims to tho considera- bound. In the panic that followed three Jewelry and Silverware present; also Gov. Taylor and staff, of Ten- tion of the convention, Meeting called men and two women near Lexington, Friday. were crushed to deh Kts r bought to this inarkrt PxIcm Lowor than The total debt of Fayette county is nessee, and the Hermitage Club of 250 promptly at 10 o'clock. M. L. Bourne, and many others injured. No great dam-agtb e Lowett. Wttcbia, Clocks snd Jewelry lie-Ch'm. County Committee. was done to the vessels. I'ftlred on short notice nd Warranted. and will be paid ofl in six years. bankers and representative Teunesseeans. $150,000 e tleiJ from sunstroke in New York City. The town of Lake L'nden, Mich , ws May 24, 1887 Stanford, Ky entirely destroyed by tire. The President haa appointed John M W. P. WALTON". Campbell to be postmss'er at Carlisle, Ky Simuel 1'asco, democrat, has been A sensational story comes irora Georelected V. S. Senator by the Florida Legiswas con lature. gia. LfRiiett, the detailed tii die en the gallows at Roida-rillThe Director of the Mint estimate the Inst Friday. At the Inst hour Thurs-day- , produciian of gold in 1SSG at $35,000,000; Lepgetl's lawyer prevailed on the gov of siber at $51,000,000. Grace LeIIe, leading lady for tho Kite trnor to respite the wretch till the question Keida Cistteton dramatic troupe, was killed in a of his 'anil could be investigated. rille h 4b miles from the railroad and the railroad acoident near Salida, Col. citi-te- n same distance from a telegraph office. The Squire W. T. Asbury, a of Harrison county, was found swinglawyer immediately took the cars or the nearest station, where ho procured a hone ing by the neck from a rafter in his barn. well-to-d- 5 mi-88ltth- lsi Inf eriorlonvmu COUNTY .i.ny,;yy."(i'nmuj rjujumiuni.i.jiuui.ntimjlnni ujiiumiiwi DEPARTMENT. JOE F. WATERS. iti-u- ' JOHN- - I. DAVIB. Five of the conspirators in tho recent Lancaster. give plot to blow up tao Czir have been executed . Anurew springer, oi niinoH, was lynched at PoshtttRn, Ark , for outraging a Mrs. Montgomery. Col. W. J. .O.ivie, ex Commissioner of Agriculturo of Kentucky, died last week in Christian county, aged G.1, Hon. Albert Palmer, an ex Mayor of Boston, and one of the most widely known Massachusetts democrats, is dead. The foreit firei of Michigan aro d WATERS & DAVIS, -- MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. .... t i STANFORD, KY. WALL PAPER, WAIL PAPER, -- AT- WALL PAPER, 4-- e e M'KOBEETS& STAGG'S m ss o W P e 0 & W i, 1 C O o SI,-20- 0 o o o O o O a o t. O O m 5 o c o f o m o Pref er P to-da- T. R, WALTON, and and eul-ke- and Extracts, and other e l, e FeHM -- S10,-717,5- PHARMACISTS, s M'AHsier - feg) JEWELERS. e I V r t. -- 7 wwMiiivMf n mrxiummtm K.tmvfjm wmrxmiwH9inmwwm mimvmwwmnmtxvmyTwinjini!jmMTMV7TJi9awai Walton-- iimiiivgMOTWniiawainMrwwtMiiMuii over A Krenrh nyndioate haa purchased 1S.OO0 htal of cattV in Montana At Piwlfi'i sile of Hereords at Fowler. HI , 33 bulls nvragud $11' and 30 caws $150. 30 head of Holste'n-Fritsian- H sold nt litan. O., nt $111. Stanford, Ky - May 24. 1887 B. O. WALTON. L.A - llUHlnoau Managor. TIME CARB. 12 1 N. LOCAL We are asked to say that it is the ladies of the Presbyterian church nnd not the The uiuuips and whooping Aid Siciety alone who nre to give the c)iuli lire nil epidemic here. strawberry anpptr. Wantmi. A good farui hand and a cook' Hv n slight change in tho schedule on the Prefer kiui and wife. W. 11. Higgina L. A N., the express trainn pais now at I AM agent for the Hale of J. T. Hicklcy's Rowland, the one from Louiiville, 2 "5, arstrawberries the finest ever brought to this riving here at 1.15 A. M., and the one to Louisville, 20, at 1:50 market. B. S. Mrer E nieaslt-f- , li Cream Kre(zrn at T It. . DR. s. G.nocKEn. JOHN BRIGHT, JR, HOCKER & BRIGHT, (SUCCESSORS TO W. II. H1UGIIXS.) We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most nopular COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. Mall train going North. Boutu 19 Express train" ! 1 l a.m -- . South...- ' Horh.. - ...... 1 47 A, M XbakoT li calculated ua standard lime, Solar li about 10 minute Ustnr K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Si r. r, M. H, Trains learc P.owUnd at 3 and 7ilS x. m. Illuming, atrlvealCand 8:M r. w. LOCAL NOTICES. Lakciiktii'h (liirden Seed nt I'ennj A McAliMrrV A FULL linn of Gihinn tackle of nil kinds at Peony bad & MoAliitet't. paint are to be Ik-bin- t; The l IVimr let ready mixed A McAliiltrV for the Cincinnati Co.'n crackers and cukes. W ATCiirfl and Jewelry repaired on hur cotice and wurrantcil br I'enny A McAlis ASKjnur HoLi.iN'i says it was' a negro who shot a Mexican soldier has John been granted a penlon. He is the first of him and he is pretty certain he knows who thexe soldiers pensioned in Lincoln otinty. did it. He has placed a detective on tho ii lookout and we hope the murderous scamp Two of the seven murder cases to be will be brought to justice, tried in London this court have been dis posed of, John Hurley getting fire years The Lexington papers notice the death of Mrs. Eizibeth mother of Mja. and Cnarles Lukera like sentence. Dr. Wilson, who formerly lived here. She I AM now ready to do all kinds of rewas vl years of ego and for 30 of them had pairing and painting to buggies and spring been a consie tent member of the First Prea wagons, As. I will be pleased to have you byterian church of Lexington. csll and get your work done, Wm, D.tugh-erlThe corami'slonera advertise for bids for only sent one $50,000 worth of t per cent. Garrard county The Wayne circuit court man to the penitentiary, Eliheti McDonald, bonds in denominations of $1,000, till June The bonds are sold for the purpose for killing Hell, two years. William Sloan, 15th of funding the debt of the county and are fur killing Shelby Gregory, was acquitted. See advertisement. Messrs. It C. gilt edged securities Tn latter was defended ! -- Ibd, y. Tna indications are that the hop crop in Central Naw York will bo a failure. Thli is the third year in succeision of bad crop", nnd utter ruin stares a number of groweri in the f ico David Terrains has binght the past week, 20 mare mule colic Price from $15 upward. The Mercer Tobacco Company have bought 11 009 pounds of tobacco from Jamc Hiwklns, of Woodford at G cents; 4,000 pounds at 1 cent", and 3 000 at 3 cent. Thev now have ovr 400,000 pounds of tobacco on band and sa veral men ore at work sorting it. Thomas Alexander bought 17 extra fine three year old cattle at and a 10 hand mule for $150. Harrodsburg Democrat. .IKW In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wo will still ,place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservos to be. Ask your neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW, In the PUMPS! Use wo know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no erjual. All we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. ADVKUTIIfcneriTM. H. II. HcKIXNEY, SnleHn.uu. .. mm. BtandaiiI) rradjr uiized paint; quality and dnrablliiv uuannlic.l at McUitierlH A A er. complete ityle. Kockford walclie A McAHnItT otork of jewelry, Intent a specialty, l'en-o- r PERSONAL. JuikiF.J V. A Mm.v returned Sittir-da- y from Lnnlun. Coi.. aho .Miw T. V. Hill went I'arkstilleSMiirday to visit relatives. to .MtsitAMr.sb';tmr litwis and George Irwin bare returned from . trip to Liuic rill. Miw Ki.ma IUkku, who haa beeu vU itlnj; MU Nellie Otinw, returned homv jeaterday. wnt a Kick, uf I.tbanan, day with old friend hero on UU way to Richmond. Mil J. 1 4. Ki.AVi.S ued down to Har todaburt; joefiliy where he will reside for ,Mn aome Jo: llm. Miafr Maht C'iiiiiimak and Kmma Warren hae none tj Cincinnati to ptnd etverAl Mil I). 8. Jo.sm hih cone to Wnitley county to 4jrnd three week in lithin' and other direrlWementK. of Mt. VerAUAM4, Miw Jai-non, and little Lucile Crooke, were guest wk J,, $h of Ml M title William. Mil. Hutvcv Helm is houieon anhort vacation prior to rccciring Rraduatin honor at Central Unlrerrity. Henhv Nai.l, of the Weal Ead. U beautifying the reidenc of W. I'. Tate oil and Tarnishe. with Miw Grtoitui: T. McHoueuth returned pinl, 'rom Crab Orchard yesterday, where the baa been nick for the last three week, to begin their (Cincinnati New Orloans and Toxas Pacific Railway.) Illili will he received hj the underilgnal the I'udJ Theiie were but two bids on the public strawberry supper at Owsley 1111 at 5;30 until June r(h, (larraf f r I'sjntjr rilnklng Bond!, the rjlljwlrij fdiuol building and it was awaided to Iti-n- -r They will chargo grown persons 50 cents TlZ and children half that amount to go in 1 A Allen at $2.27 J. A. Wright's bid S CEKI. GARRARD CO- - BONDS was $2,77". The building is to be of brick and eat h much ai they choo.e, of the .50,000 long list of good things they will have, SVVV) 32xVJ with 1 1 feet ceiling. It is to bo well payable each year for P years Irom July 1, at the pajahlo ltemember next Kriday afternoon, 27th. I, 1887. Ink-ru-t finished and ready fjr occubuilt, National liink of l.ancutcr. GjirarJ county ixmv.v. ltK.il III'. it bucili maturing July 1, 1SS7, will lie taken in pancy by Heptsinb r 1 rKAiSahourii. All who have sutneribtd money to the lit A I SNO rtT . of nay ofotoTo. Tho denomination of tbe Xo. 5. No. 7. betl.OOO. Tho Corimlsiloni'rj roserrc No.l. ' No 3. Preibyterian church bondi vlll to fu i. Ao I. No. 6. No. S. nTA riGXi. Coi. Will S. llAYd, the composer of nu- building of the ne Dally reject any or all bids. tbe right uallT. ) Dally. Ex. aun.1 Daily. Daily. Djlly. Ex, bun Dally JOHN 8 (.ILL, Dally. fayored us with areuquested to call on Geo. D, Wearen and merous beautiful songs, lm V (ita'trs. d. HOMNMIX, J th of their subT 55 a m I 03 p iu 8 10 p m WM.1I. KI.NNAir.DJ IAe... Incluoil . Vry 6 11 p ui 10 25 a tu 6 41 a in copies of his latest productions, "Oid Fash- pay as much as S 47 jim 7 27am 4 25 a m Laticaiter, Ky , Mar 1, 10 50 am 7 05 p in 10 52 p in ninitown ions! Posed are Sweetnl," and "Who Tied scriptions not later than lie 10th day of ' elngton 20 p in 8 20 pro 7 00 a in 4 05 a m 25 a in 7 35 p in 51 p in 6 27am 1339a ill 11 IT am 8 02 pin 11 41 p m XlcboltMvllle. .. that Crape on the I)joi?'' bjlh eaid to June. 1' per ctut more will be want.nl on 8 43 p in -- HarnxIMiuric Junction.. 1221 ami 2:Spm 5 47 a tu 2 00 p in fr 32 am 2 CO a m 12 33 a m 8 59 p in 12 33 a in DmiTllln Mcltoberta A the l't diy of each succeeding month until lie up to hi, usual standard. -- lunttion Ciiy 12 15 a m J 10 p in 12 C3 a IU . .. lS5pm 5 20 a m, 2 45 a m St.icg have e and other songs by Cjl. all of the money U collected. Mark Huff112 49 pin 1 53 pin Kings Mountain 11 2 27 a m 2 15 I 20a tn man, A. S. Myers, J, S. IJailey, W. II. Hig-ginin Nunetwt 54am LINCOLN CIKCUIT COUUT. Hays printed .it 10 cents a copy. 5 50 a in 8 10 a m 1 25 p til HakiMo . lOOOp m Geo D. Woven, IltiildingCommitlee. 8 25 am 30 p in 5 00 a m ... .('liatutinoja . 7 10 p in rartutri National Hank ol Stan lord, Kv . and J. 5 10 p 10 35 p ui .. ..Ulruilngiiiia Doovimi -- Cpt. Frmnk Harris says the .,10 15a tn II. OHitey, 1'UlntiUi. ti. Mjra'a ChjnJler, Ai. s no a m 9 52plti 7 00 p tn .. Ku'aw .' 0 20 am DeiFDdauti. DrATit. Mr. Hurley Singleton, an Notice of- ile la I (tiity. Reoxville Division did the largest freight 12 SO a m 10 00 p m 4 30 p m .McrMlan 3 15a in Hy Tirtuocf iuiliira'nt of the Lincoln Circuit 7 35 a in hoiiOrsble, chri'tian gentleman 5 10 p in ,.. .New Orhnr.i 9 00 in SOOp to iu its history Friday. There were limine Omrt at lta Miku loru, 13:7, to the above ,I2 55 am1 233 am J76 cars moving on that day, 20 S of which of the East Ead, died of dropy of the atyled cue, I will on ,.....llnlilln, 7 30 a m 7 3)pm Or... .Vlckflmrj; such at coal, heart Kriday and was buried in Crab ware from local t 45 p to 15 a m ,..8tiveport chard cemetery Siturday after funeral ser. 7 10 p III! 7 5Jam .T. P Junction I... etc. Tho busine' is conlumber, t o'clock p. u , or thereabout, being County At assisted by Court No. 9lMTM()akdaldailyoxcpHua.liy, v h 11 t. aril t ttu lil,het UdJcr at publi, stantly on the increase and there Is n big vices by E.d. J i Montgemery ., Arrivin? at CSitUnJisi at 9.45. So. 10 door a ?. jp, v. J. G Livington. A wife and several chit outcry lfere the (mrt-liuut- a projerty: In Stanford, leaves Chattanooga at I uop. ., arrlrln at m re engines nnd cirs. Hitui-da- y demand Ky , the loliuwlut; d?x.rtbed Mann BouJolr lludat Sleeping Cir on all thro ih trjlna. there were colli for 152 oarj along the drcn survive bin and to them he leaves a JOHN C. OAUt.T, Oen'l Manager, rof.LBH .N, Oen'l I'rt. A Pas. Ast ! n mstnory they can name untarnished and It. CAItllOI.L, Oen'l Supt., mad from Libannn Junctiun to Jellio X. P.YAN, Anit. Oou'l Trl, A P.u. A seal W. W. WULL3, Superintendent. Somerset, Sy. always revere Mtuatcl In Llnco'n Cjutity Ky., on the water of Olar Crcfk, aod lio'inded as lollops; Ilgtnnlng Tin: position of teacher in the primary (JeaeraI08iea, 8t Paul HullJinc. West Kourtli itieet. Tun nnatl, Olilo, Kriday afternoun .it aiak In Tu uer' linn corner to Joe Chan, Diiaoi.iuto Death. department of Stanford Female Cjlloe for dlcr's titln, thi'nu'Xorth ' t, List 5j poles to a CD, EaH ft I take, corner nine, thentj next ression will be filled by Miss Hallie as El, a little can of Dick Tnurman, col iiolcatoa itake,locorner toiaiue, Sjutu South iVX, then ored, who lirw on Mrs. Jame? PaxtonV weal i0 ioK' lo a unke, oomer to same In Tucker M. Welsh, of Uarrard county. Oae who line, thencXormC3, Wrat Mjolw tj tho bosln-niuleadknows her aat: With an experience in the place, was going up the cemetery hill ) u ren bald tilo wl.l ho and loalalnliig ' with !iial lo salUff the 91.1 i of school-roothat has given entire satisfac ing n horse that he had brought to town to C tHT cent, per kDnum from ! September .ntereit nt sib lS3u, be shod, three boys, whore names have not until nald. and the coil ol Ihlt action. tion to her patrons, with a tjal and enthuTEll.Mj.-rJa- le will be made on a credit ot 6 en ascertained, began to throw rocks at siasm in her profession that is seldom rcqulrid to execute monthi, purcbaacr Being bonds with approTrd security, payable to tbe found, and combining the rare qualities of him and finally struck the horse. Matter CominlMloner, baring tbe force and ol a Judgment, and larln?G per cant. Inter-e- it controlling and winning her pupils, she young and fiery the animal dashed off at a a lien on furious rate, dragging the boy whose hand tbe from day of sale until raid, and withtheir bid fair to be very acceptable to our peoproperty ai additional security for and U. IS. DA ViSOS, M. C. L. C. C. ple. She is a member of the Christian had caught in the reins, over rocks other obitructions for fully a qiarterof a Church and will bring patronage to the 1 IS-- :, Warren and M. C. Sautley. - The ladies have decided Bonds For Sale - Queen m and Crescent Route. '87. Shortest anil Quickest Line to New (Menus. Florida. South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY ju:ai .N , nely par-mer- 1 1 one-four- 1S-.- ' 1 1 1 . Commissioner's Sale! th-w- y s, . '. 111 -' rource, no.i).iv, jitxi:, otii, isst, Iy, tau-btr- k, fr i)li!, A TR&CT OF LAND 1 ixrss"- p, FURNITURE STORE MACK HLUFJFJIAN, Proprietor. ! o lln ct College. an WATER'-roUT- Cait anuMiis Hiooins Km.lf.v, -- . t S Sunday a land along the farms of Menus. Allen and I'eailey J. E. Karris and in an incredibly short space of time tho creek was nearly high enough to swim a horee and fence nnd other property along its line were being rier- Journal. swept away by the angrv current. In town Mi&uw T. C. Jaoi'Bii and Oeorge W there was a pretty heavy rain, but nothin? Jones liare returned froui a lengthy pros- like enough to raise the St. Asaph to the pecting tour of Texas and they were ao big tear it got on. Djwn on tho farm of well pleaded that they will probably return Mrs. It It Gentry there see mi to have been and atart a bank at Plauo another spout and much damage wai done. Invitations hate been receircd to In there as well kj other localities the the marriiKB of Mim Mary Crocain, the wheat was badly beaten down. daughter of Judge and Mrs.T. ItwK CaTI.e Si'iil.NiiJ. Manazer F J. Z Morrow, to Mr.,C. I), l'ortwood. The ceremony will occur nt the Judo'n residence Campbell, of this popular reiort, was here Saturday, en routo to Louisvilio, to pur Junel nt S 30 r it. W. U. Mi Koueiits r.ad a paper on chae furnituro and other appointments for tho new hotel he has just completed. ImCrab Orchard Hilts before the Pharmaceuand gas are among the proved water-wortical Society, that wa highly compliment new attractions this season, while Siebert's ed. lie has returned from the meeting celebrated orchestra has been engaged to Tery enthusiastic over the reiulU of hi The honor of a second election as furnish tho music. Tho prospect is that the place will be crowded from the start go secretary waa niyen him. as it baa continued to grow in popularity from the year that tho present management LOCAL MATTERS. took charge. Mr Campbell has thousands Kuril u fruit at A. U. Alford'u. of beautifully illustrated and illuminated refrigerator, the best and folders and cards, which this office got out The Alatka bandomet made, for tale by Hocker A for him, descriptive of the many new attractions, and if you contemplate summerBright. ing in the mountain this season, it will The L N. has fixed a rate of one fare pay you to write to him for one. for the round trip to the Interetate MilitaShot in The PoLriT. 8unday night as ry Drill, which will be held in Louisville, Itev. George YV. Collin?, of the colored June 22-2- 4 Baptist church, was warming down to his Silk Mr. S. S. Myera ha gone laruely sermon, some cowardly enemy fired at him Into raising silk worms and uow hat 11,000 through a broken window, the ball striking of the little ere itures making silk for the him in the left arm and glancing, shaved a coming belles. furrow across his back. 1 he shot created . - aiii great consternation in the congregation, but of Mra. II. The fife months' aeasion echool closed Kriday. Pearl the preacher seemed but little agitated and Surnside made the remarkable record of wanted to keep on with his discourse, The not missing a single word during the term, ball seems to have been a very small one nnl she waagWen two nice premium! for and to bare been fired from a pistol. A excellency in geography and spelling. La- table was standing by the window and the cy Moflett and John Mount did not miea a rascal got the proper eleTation by standing word in spelling and they too were awarded upon it. A colored boy at a house near by saw a mulato or a white man sneak up to premiums. the building and run aftet the shot down Akotheii schedule went into effect on the railroad. There is no clue to the would-b- e the K. O Sunday. The fast train leaves assassin, but every tflbrt will be made here and returns at the eamo hours an be- to ferret him out. Lolling baa many enefore. The mixed train leaves at 7:20 A. M., 5 mies both In and out of bis church. He minutes later, and returns at G as previously, is said to be very "blgoty" in his dispo A fast stock train has been put on which sition and his methods, have caused at least will leave here Mondays and rridays at one big split in the church. It is also 11:15 A. M , and return at 7 p. M , Tuesdays claimed that the part he took for prohibiand Saturdays. tion made him other enemies, but it is hard Pretbyterian church, built in 1633, to believe that either cause could have The will soon be among the things of the pail, made anybody reckles enough to want to Kaney & Allen contracted to take it down kill bim. He is a considerable orator and eeaaya to and clean the brick for $125 and yesterday in addition to his religious work, to raz3 it. This means of be a political leader, Ilia demand for the commenced In the recourse that a new building is to be erected. recognition of the colored man cent State republican convention will be The committee wants to build a $0,000 aa his subsequent apbouse, but aa yet have raised only $3,800, remembered, as well Comchance for philanthropists to pointment on the State Executive Now is the mittee. ebow tbeir hands. ks excellent old couple, hnre cone to Kaneae to pend thrir remaining day with their children. Mils. II T IIahiuh andd.tushler, Mi MKCi' bare jutt teturned to the city, the winter in Florida. Cou- little after 2 o'clock waterpout deluged a strip of A un tt-- North side of Main Street. In Stanford, IVjinnlns In the Ky., and bounded as follows RELIGIOUS. centra of the Stanfoid and DjnTlllo pike near ft 10' it West . poles to a tulTcrt, thence North stake, thenro South 71' ( West 8 7j 100 joles to a P.jv. Harvey Glasa will preach at the stake Ilist side tf an alloy, then, a b'outh m,)i, Kist poles to the South ride ol the pile, thence Court houe next Sunday morning and 8 North 74J, Esst 9 4M00 polos to the beginning, and containing one hall acreof land. Tbe Interevening. est of Jauie! IVndleton will be sold first ana then O. Birnes chocked that tbe Interest of K. D. Pendleton. Kev. Geore on a credit of C be TEItMiJ. Sales den of Bin, the Buckingham ;Therlre, Lou months, purchaserwillbeingmade required to execute isville. Sunday afternoon, to hear him ex- bonds with approred se urity, payable to the Master Commissioner, baring theforco and etlect pound his sweet gospel of love. of a Judgment, and bearing 0 per cent. Interest with a ot Mr. Barnea made some warm friends irom day as sale until paid, and lor their Hen on the payment . property addltloual security . 31 UA VISOS, M. C. L. C. C. here during his two weeks' slay, and hia charming ond accomplished daughters completely captivated all with whom they bo- - mile. When found his head wai torn all to pieces and life had already ileJ. A jurv was summoned by Squire Port- man, but it was unable to find out who threw the etones. We understand that a lot of little devils, white and black, congre gate at the bridge at the edge of town and make a practice of throwing at people. Tbeir bides ought to be cut all to pieces by their parents and failing the marshal might put in sjme timo trying to run up on them while they are practicing their rock throw ing propensity. Mr Janiei Wray says be has more than onca been made their target and others have had a like experience. A very short stop should be put to the bui-neor the careers of the coming candi-datfor the callows. ror-oner- 's w ei COMMISSIONER'S SALE! LINCOLN CinCUIT COURT. T. Pendleton, Plaintiff T O J. Ac, neicnjani!. Consolidate Caies: Hy Virtue of a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court at Its March Tenr, lk57,ln the alwre styled ronvjlidateil casea, I will on N. Menefee, Adtn'rofC. D. Pendleton, Plain- till, ti. i). J. Newland, Ac, Defendant!, and J. N. Menef.o, Adin'r ol Jas. i I itftni, MONDAY, JCXK (ITII, 1SS7 Cuurt-llous- Atlo'ilock r. m., or therealout, being County Will iilway.s Court Day, soli to tho tilclieit LidlT at imtiile e duor tn Ht.inlord, outcry before tho I'cndle Ky., tbeundlvldtd Intercit of KooiIm the iindlTld-- d '4 Interest of i:. D tn, and in the folloTtiii des.ribel property, will be ', Ja-n- l'n-dleto- h; ture anil I'lnIcrlaker'N Ctootlx. My prlccH will he u low as hiicIi can be bought in (lie iUcH. ive me a trial and yon convinced that 1 sell lower than (lie lowe&t. lnive on liimd a Inrcc nnd flclerl Hn oT Furni- A HOUSE AND LOT ! - WEAREN & MENEFEE, IsSbBMHBHIVV Tu-l- sin HsisBslsHHRaV tXBBBp Sl-.- ' Tupelo (Mis.) Jourcame acquainted. nal, Rev. K.S. Pollilt left yesterday tocan-v- as the counties of Harlan, Bieathitt, Per Letcher. Lee. Knott, Owsley and Leslie, rv. in the interest of the Kentucky Sunday-acho- ol Union, and will be absent about weeks. three Eder M. J.Dennis, a reformed Jew, who was formerly pastor of the Christian church in this place, and who went off with the faith cure craie, haa recently become a member of the Presbyterian Church. What Register. ond will he do While Rev. V. J. Dancan, a Methodist minister, was delivering a lecture on at Springfield, Tennessee, two dynamite cartrldgea were exploded in the rear of the stand he occupied. Tho ground wan torn up and windows chattered, but no one nexi?-Richmpro-hlblti- TAXES! TAXES! Totbo Tax Payers of Lincoln County. The Tax Hooks are now ready and I am ready new Korenuo Law the Sheriff is compelled to settle with the State Are months earlier than heretofore. So ploaae come lai ward and pay early. torecelie the Taxes. Under the T. Ii. XK1VL.I.SD,8.L. C. lUlINKI.KY HOUSE, BOMEBSVr, KT., II. II. 11RI.XKLKY, 1'ROl'KIETOK. This Hotel Is new lo eiery respect and ti fitted up In excellent atyle. Tbe table shall always be supplied with tho dellcsclos ot tbe season and tho rooms clean and comfortable. liatelt.50per day. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phsetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines,, Mills. s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf everjbe-fore- , from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- MANO TU5ER first-clas- ! wan One of the main features of the General Assembly, in aesslon at St. the Liuis, will be the effort to and Southern brancheo of the Northern Church, which ought to be crowned with success. No reaeons for a separation have Prcaby-terlan e hurt. The John Church Compsny, of Cincinnati, will Piano Tuner In Stanford behare a tween tbe 15th and suth of May. nilfrr Satisfaction. Leare your orders with Miss Ilosi Hlchards. Mil (! All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good iYehicles;,aa any dealer or manufacturer and for as little .money. Come and see our line assortment before it is' broken. J.U.GKEEN.AKt., IIiiHtoiiYllle, Ky. M, It. .O L. J. COOK, WEAREN & MENEFEE. Sptclal Agents. WILLIS HOUSE, JIAIXST., UICIIMOMI.KT. exieted for years. LAND, STOCK AND CROP J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. For a good Tal'.c And clean and well furnished rooms, this Hotel hat no superior. (Jood pnmple rooms attached. 201-l- y r day. Itatca 12 00 Wall Paper, by T. R. Walton. A Ford sold to a Cincinnati man, Poore 92 cattle at 3J. Wanted -- Bacon, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. Fulland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. Jessamine Journal. J. E. Karris took two of hia fine flyers to Latonia to win some of the many heavy purees offered there during the meeting this week and next. John Traylor la agent for the Johnston Harvester Co,, and would be glad to aerye those wish twine binders, mowers, Ac. See him before purchasing. POPLAR LOGS WANTED car-loa- ! of Poplar I want to contract for M Lots for Immedlato shipment Ui to hi strictly Poplar, tree ol shake, dele, large or No. I, Yellow unsound knoU, to be cut 9 feet long, 18 to 30 Inches diameter and loaded on cars. I will re. at a place to celrc bids tor 6 or more be measured and paid for wnen loaded. In maksoon log can be delivered. ing bids please say how 1 will receive lors at any station on Knoitllle Address, Branch of 1.. A N. A. C. 8ISE, Stanford, Ky. car-loatf B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. MY DAUGHTER, There vn i glory In tny borne cre AnJ It his wu a diughter nt tuy ilia Aud aheladead. 4nl when I sit and think, I a iu 10 Mi that half It seoinstbit never tujre fld-Th- Cau I be glad. If -- on hal known this daughter, She wai io tweet, Vou would hare gone a Journey Ion Just to ktsj her feet. .Ami should you ask me how Thst yours can stay, though mine aunt ep.e.i I her wlnji AnJ fly away, I could but say that God, Who made this heart of mine, Must have Intended that Its losi ihtM ba the sign Wills own lore, and that It Hooan think It rl lit 3d turn my Joy to'aorrow, Anl my diy tonight. trancot doubt that lie will turn, In other TCy ways, i"? winter darkneis to the Light of sum aier days. o - Aml.'wlieo I sit und think ot this, CijbSI te M I am so glad ?ait half it sseiui to tin that nevermore ---j .'-- By Kciueit 2S. Cn I be sad I Will also itiLd with Heliabrowiijirk wieh whlu Wn'u. discriminate usa of tea and coffse, espec alI.S.UL'HDETT, "oMlriJui. fun i hsn.libui 1 ! ly in the yodng. He is of the opinion that MY " JACK, .Mci:i.H(V, B' i,'V. lkfllloJ.or..t an. islewM.lr . " King Ph by against the practice of giving them to oil-dre- n OCULIST, . King I'M,mM" 11.,, ,.l .lam I. M... l, aisirrd by d he At filOoo the lame (ondltloosas atri H has we ctnuot speak too strongly. 1, Child Ii a rich mthogony bay to BRODHEAD KY. loalded MaynUb, !" laane and tale. Is strlclly liro'rn hlmvll ol tie a lunerlor . hln nae brevier . .eral of bis ..'la IS1, hsndi jirlucd some lh lest uiuli in this and a wevanlug timei hroiihtonhunlrt.dolastlara hood is ths period when the nervous activimin a fine anl fancy, is both a natural and pleasant sad(iiuniles anl Ii alio a good Jack nau mi exH;rleine t orer Uten years, and dler, brii-d- fancy, and a mure uniform breider of lie la iv j tinD'U high, nearlr blsi k. Jernet mealy ty is at its ureates. The brain is ever busy lias successfully J. i:.A.r. it. i with Spetreated hutiJrels of cae has ssddlerscau not befnund He Is hljh-talttylo Ntaiilord, K in recsivini: new impressions. Rillex ac- cial attention Is glren to tie treatment of all dis- on loth sides tolbe third centrstlon. lIs bickrd piilnti and general tuako up lit c asi M. i'OWKLI., K. eases of the eyes. Name and aldres ot patients upby tboroujh-bndsot ith silts, making him tion, co ordination of mu'clcs and the spe- cured given on appllrattua If letlrel. from Huitonrllle, on terv aciivo ana spruntiy in gait, in lorui and :'. milesTurnpike rotJ, L'nculn the Huitoatu,--Liberty fiulili a prtecl model. He wasslrel by the noble juuty, Ky cial scutes are all under a constant course bump'er Denmark, hj f doddard's Denmsrk, of training. Tne nervous Tstim is putii-A Cromwell s Denmark, h be by Oalnes by the Thiaflnealalllor will make the season ul lis" a; race h Denmark he by Imported Hedjeford to its utmost capacity aud long is the list of my firm, t miles Iroui elarforJ n the Ills 1st dam was sired by Mr Wallace, he by ll Sensible)Temperance, victims that follow its overstimulation and Danvllld rile Mr Wallace, he! y Mr AHiert (IhuroiiKh-brin Jt is not likely, of course, tbst Texas, at second dam by Virclnlus idam ot Vlrttimus No. nl bin larl t nder ttul ", A.T.JIl ,v.;' ) these little paoplj, nothing but harm can will stand he by the celebrated by Iranbr, thorough-bre-AT 915 TO I.VSllcr. A COLT. iu coming election, will declare in favor of Ma.o 's Whip 3 da n a Whip insre come from the ue of such cerebrel atiuui-lant- a Will make the sain of Its" at my lirm, 3' jrohibltion. The prohibitory amendment .:UIPri()X AM) PI DI..RI . Ve,mo0-llaml- . miles from Hint.iitllle, near (areiilers statiuii, as tea and coSee. .Ionian le a black hor... foilcl )n J!,, alx vill probably fail also in 'Tennessee, aa it and will be permitted 1 serte marrs at '"""- - "iretl l.?:?i.'lfJ"hiUJ,'.t"0.:,,l!,,',,' Two miles fru u I.an. aster, on the iilanlorl pike at .......... r...., One hundred to one, if you chance to laa just failed in Michigan. Bat the vote, njijk. iismuifiunlan. is- $10 (he ScMiNon or 91U..0 to dsm k.tleGrimei j by i.up. 2nd pb come up behind two women walking on a undoubtedly, will bs close,! and (the Black wari, by llrlni mire a I.lvhiK Colt. TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON shire --.rdtJainl.itll.K-ullr.li- s Yorksbi-- .rriHvnl. l.f Imp VorT Wsgn.r br '-- T on both sides of which are of the whiaky.men,; if they should plank sides-Alk- , Mars committed tit iy rareand breedln; will re t hartea. by hir Arclir, , ceiseiny personal attrntlon. drass furnished at Willi prlsileyeuf return in lis.- or J.) lOurime. Imp Utlatnan.Sthiiamtil, d,M .M, y by Psrkolrt. Vi --o a triumph at all, will be a barren one. inches of mud, you will be forced to step paid tor beforx the remofs-oliusireasonable rates, to tirreD.tr ver 7th dam by Maryl.nJ Mh Jsra ,,,r Arthur felms is by Osn Knox, t to be by er No responsibility fur accllents or es. daml.y Hinnibal .dsmbym.xy l.T fhe forcai whica are arr.iyedJJagain3t the out into the mui, beg the women to let you , His dsm wai rthiir, caprs Parting with msres forlett the Insuranee. mont Hero A. fcmlly. Itourtwn Chief, by Msmbriiio Chief, by Mautrlno Verm.-n- .si. la HrurrsHlud lttwkol l.iMg.l-.- i , eyil are the forcw.of law, order and pass dry shod or rudely push by them. llq'ior llaml letoulsu I,. An. big h ,,V J. STEELE CARPENTER. Paymaster. Ac. Arthur blms la a bar.iy. hauda linralvle and g.. I Iwne. an I .ui,i xorality, and the ultimite victory of thoe Why should this state of affiira exis'? You smail blsse, right hind tool white, loalrd ia Hii. .ur. by Wflll.m Wrl.h, th. alrr ol Pr i,rs., He la a handaomely nnlahedcull aud to atay xliiencjs is as certain as is the vitality and say that real ! tdies will always concede the 2 ... Irf.l loTi.o 21'. HmleT He haa been bandied a little and proiuliM e.l He combine the atralm of the haBdsoms Blick 17. I. stability of the principle which is steadily right of way. Bat, my dear fellow, it will r"ea w" "'"' I'T liysdvk i Hawk and stout Mambrlno Chlel families, an t .s a d irresistibly impelling society to a high not do t) call only one woman in 1,000 a desirable stock hors, and on bia aire's eld Irani of Itodrn'i Prince. 2 il, and by ,1.1 Tr uslTrn of tw.nt, X; hands high. Is Hit Maillot) foildod la twice to Imp Messenger and twice ou bti dams JolloM.nd .. a son of Mamt.rlno, by Imp Meier.. rand grander development. This victory lady -t- hey are all ladies in this glorious br Mrstenirer Chief 1st dim br Vsrniont Jr , 1 aide. dam by Imp Scythian, 3 dam by llonner's Uray In auy manner desired, at owner a Mares kept say not mean a triumph for the particular I'oiou. We must look deepsr for the rea ICagle, i dam by Onitott's Telrgraph ' "l'lelonln. tne grandest .!sire ItVlng. risk. T. A. El.lilX. son It is not want of natural politeness His sire Meesenger Culcf, Jln2 10 list, by Ab .species of tepression termeJJJprohibition. by Ihorou'u 'e'i.'l'.iM'.rj" a an. '1'3. Lancaiter Ky brejl. aluct hora.. Ityrk s Han. dallah Pilot, dam br Mambrlno Meuengcr, 2 dam &tieed it probably will not. It is more on the part of our womau -- it is simply nil by Mambrlno Cnlef. tdani by Imp Napoleon; iiniwuiiui u j iMiBiia n. ... nl lai..l..u. a. Gen Knux, HO, Standard I'nJer Itul the sire Imn hellfuunJ.r. i .T.m ,i,n:a. ...:""" '""""""'T il-elto take some form which will uaite thoughtlessness -- commonenou.h with all THE POMHAS HOUSE 3AR3EF. SHOP, dam by Tempest, Messenger Chief sired Msud ot Arthur Sims. waabrMby Daniel Heuatla. Brl '' ' an, J dsm by Imp Me.cg',,. Messenger 3.16! 4, Marvel 2. is, Out 2,2.1 and many t ,and was foaled In 1S.VJ. He waaliy erniout high It women Gill's Vermont, by Downing'. Vermont BoSilo Express. &e features of locil option and others destined to win lame on the turf. Hero, 111, 1st dam by Henson Abdallan Pilot, br Alexsndir's Ahdtltah: dam ry, 2ud Hunsden MareSesrcher. Sirof Harney son of thedsmof l.mgma 2lfi 1st dam by toluibu, by Hill's Chsrlei, illsrkley'slion ot Columbus, rsine Trie liqaor industrf will not be . Blandtna, by Mambrlno Chief second dsm They tell in Pailadalphia that years agi (onnl.n . J, TII0MI',O, PKOP'lt. JhvK I'uroc iur3M2 il1,, putilic trtalat ! years oil 22S 2nd dam by IU,ir,0j, '0'f nmi'sdam, a.jj i by barker's urnwn rilot. Ab 2:2t. appresied, but wholesome and needed re- a boy named E lwin H. Fitter Nellie Gi.y 2.21, sd dam by Mitchlra" ,r. of ,, ! l.ite-- t n climbeJ up dallah Pilot sired Piikard Sty.e, with Woikuonelu the Among the get of Gen. Knox with records In straint will be thrown around it, it will on the roof of the Maud Met- - 2 30or letter, sre thefillowlng IjiJy Maud 2 IV,. dam of Climax 2 il. GlirJ rrmdnH. s work In- - old reco d 2 23 Um nger Chletsiro-old Bridesburg rope-wal- k and dispatch Lsd.e' anl Bonne Hoy 2 28. Black Msrla 2 M sengers.lr. a dominant factor in American Cam(irs2.l9'4 Independence 2 2I'4, Gilbert Knox ase to he . .. . Hi mil UiJM 'I i lw alys to shoot a cro. He shot the cro, Tlted Alexander's Abdallah, by Uyiljk's 2.2b1,, l.mperor Knox 2.27'v, Knot 2 2V',, Valor Gsnb.lt. rt like. 2.2?. v7t King 2 , Katie Darling. Alexander's Abdal 2 23; Knox Boy 2.23' Peaceful 2..., Harry jolitics, and those who follow it will be but the of the buildiag pulled wa'chmtn lah sired Goldsmith Maid 2.11, KoMlInd 2 21'.. er2 30 Messenger Knox 2 30 Ills eons, Col. Kits compelled to obay the law, like the remain-Je- r 2 22j iieairic.r4, Udy Pntien2M, ltj C Major Kdsall 2.29; rit. l.lmoie worth, loui'in, Cromwell, Thorkdale him down from the roof and gave him a llslre, I mptror Willand aire ot th. .rri.nl 2.80. He alu sired Aiinout, llelmont, llelsora, iam, (ien. Knox. Jr , Gen, Llghlloot, Ollhrelh, tiiikyii.ull.uiau 2 of their fellow cttizjn. .snelby Chief together with the dams of Jerome Kuux, Jules Jiirguistu, Knox iloy, Lnn Morris, dainof l'hllTlioiiiion2lfi', . tbgging. E lwin H. Faler, the same one-illVHilvkt'a llnvsl liUlnnl .m I.. AI l.ai.a Kddy 2 l'.'. Katie Mldlleton Jit, !l'l Tnundtr Phil SheriJan, bl I.lmo, Wbalelione Knox, aud W.ne;2 BjiVAUs M3l5ftj.iKtftniiivX now mtor-alec- t of the city and owner of 2.2V etc. TheOddfatueii Made a Mistake A WooJlord Knox hive alrr.1 the following with Kye, by Bi.hon II am Meaieuger Chief, Jr will nuke the piesent searecords of2 30or Age2 I'J', Capltnla blelon.an Srddam told in resard to a christening in that rope walk, aud that same watchmin is itory is ollvcUII son at ray place I', Mies from Huttonrlileou the 222'. Irauk F brtter . Iron ' Si,' 2C.' NnllU Wilinn Itratlrk'. II....I.I. ... ... 7 "'..V" ilradf-Iirllte plke,it he lower end of the city. Mother, f.ither now onao' his e nployes -- too old to wo-.l Charies H 2 27 Kanny .M i.Wi; Wallaie 2W, i.V :"""."."." .'.-"-? I'jthalr 2 .".', Maul Muller 2i-4- . Kilty Morris ..iiT.n..... the dam. ..I Trinket 2, i .uj , olber, w ,u " but pen'iyoel handsomely. Also the and infant were on hand. Cnicago Hsr 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 2 W, Chub 227, Juhn H. Hilii 227', l.llbreth or.li ol2 Mur i.ftier Msld 2 27',. hhadsw 2 24, Hamb'n Knot 2 2H Tbe good priest procieded with aid. VtrmpnKDowiilng'si I.y Hill's filar lc M1WI Money 'I uc when c t is f'llvd or tiiaro imrli-- 1 Copelaud 2 ,U, Black IIsm 2.a0 Arthur .' 'i, .ire.-tban Allen ceremony until it was necessary to I 2 tie with ptsture-Maiei will at Ho esty, pacer. 2 W,'Ac 2tl. r month, Nlua, per, 2 Too large walnut tres cot by Mr. Saoi as He of th. dams ol l.o.g.u, :,MI Dowulng. ' at I th responsible for aciideuta win not thrdawof Mambrlno Hruc. iti.f.r. of tame the child The godfather, as is usual Dividson, Sr , near Stopbenport, mentioi ji i.v. J. n. it i liuitonrillr. jssuch ewes, hd written the name on a of which wm made last week, proves to be IlllPa nla.k Hawk, by Mt.iuin Morgan "'""" n in-- nia Hawk I. h My Stailli n, ard, and wbea the ceremony reached this mote wonderful than ever. It was 7 feet alr.of MESSENGER BREEZE ! be dived into hii veit pocket and 10 inches acroe? ths stump, 0 feet A''nMJ...n.l Vuung AmiriCrLard i.h flint in diame" jiftbr-il.in- . ..rlt'anch.J.Ja. Gen TcmI SCPsTsss'Bsy Winded out one. The priest took it, glaac-riove- r ter Co feet frrtu tie stump. In it Will the present se,n it .11. SMI I II ,UHTI I I, I... ffre.r were iii.cx ii.wn'a.nily, nut has lu ihe trill, an I Pull brother to Mind Mws.a4r 2.M',. by it, and a look of horror came over found two swarms of bees, HA Sliofird. on the ll.lt A.'S.2mi-(nand female line I uuf 2X0 or four gallons of reprevnta- soiuer et pikeat Jrt to inturr it llrlnu Chief, sire ot M.tud Jtesvinjir, i ii.' ,. Gua tlTefl. The godfather turned aa red as houe?, two gray equirrels and a fiw Hying iis fsce. nal.jvp He Is a fine comvolt, same Columbus lUrklej'i). bv Ol I (olm.i'n,,. bined bono. I" bauds high ofgJ.nl stjlo and H.I.e o ihuifl t ti. i of a turkey gobbler, went down in fq'iirrels. a " ilton aud bus proven hiitine'i a si Hartford Herald. Mare. lid lrn da . m . .'"f u.i.i.. "'"" 'e'Kfr pa.rr. broiu i .... 1st dam (i.ntle Bieeat, sir ol IWrl 2. to, also i .7. ia. iJ.II ail.ll.lX JtR. pocket ajain, brituht out another card, ,. f Ire ol horn Can. len.o 2 21. Colum HnslorivllllH Kr of tliodam hi Maud MMWngr MeGentlemen with political ambition can.Nnvlgator2 31, lloaanon.1 2 W. ami ,7m, t.ii i:il , tasded-i- t to the priest and received in nd lM (r"!5V,,J,?V dam." o? Bar3 Tin: Tiiouor;iiimi:i I secured the tervirei of a dium i'iS.'a the one he had first given the good not be too careful of their political records. ber, hare propose lo turu ou work dono i.i only and ,ou,, toluml.ua Ii the.lreof il 2.M. 11m lie i.lil, While there is no mle to prevent any can In tho highest Style of the TonsorHI Art. My 2nd dam Ktltyl'.lreii, tliedim o! Jti?.V:. xo, and the ceremony proceeded without shoplsc-utrall- y Iwated text door to Wearrn's HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL lecorduf 3 mlatitw, record siren il 21 or lietlor briber interruption. The one he had Srst didate from asking the support of a polit- A Menef'e's. I am prepared ti tlx the "bangs" t"loimrs) Old Colum. bus Is ol the Columbus family, w lu a manner truly enticing. iM, by Alexinder's AMillah, sir cf GoMialtb bloa.1 tho founder l.aat what ii was o the landed the preaU read: "I am somewhat ical convention, w;ien ptrlisan support is of young ladles tne ladls au l gntlemon of Stan-A she Pilot j7 both a.lo Kentucky. T1IOH.V. ItOIIIsOX. solicited tt carries with it the right to claim call from tho public generally la very respectfully myself "Peoria Tracscripl ford and This fine Bull will stand the seaons now com Maid. - I., If ILL Kl.yO. Jlntanlord. Ky of the solicitor that his pirty record has solicited. menced at my stable ou the l.an caster Pikn 3rd dam by Ued Jackst, slro of the dam ol half mile from Stanford Court House at 55 oi The truth is that Procter Knott has the orthodox brand. Georgetown Times. Kentucky Wllkt-wl'h t lift priiiltgeol breeding the cow un tMi'e one of the best governors Eeutucky til thecow nrorei lucalf. Money due when cow Maud Mcstengor, lull sister to Messenger llreee, A remarkable illustration of the enduris first served. no equal iciwhad. Ilia State pipers have Mamuia of Adeline's sire. Herbert, hla ilm lm. had a record when I years of 2 21i at 5 ye"' -- ' ' ing Iortod Atollo and D.uu Imjiortcd Southern Beau- at fi year2.2() and at 7 years old won the h the archives of Kentucky. He has been now cbsractf r of human hair may be seen tt CtW ty in the British Museum, where has His the tool ol no clique nor corporation. Marquis of Adllene's dam, Adeline, hei sire pirsc at Cleveland, Ohio, In 2 been placed a wig, lately found in a temple Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported lady Flattieart has never run away with hu judg er. For further particulars ai to pedlgreo see 11.. the sanie year. ISI, Sept. Gth, she beat the crack The Knabe, the famous DeckK. II. B. good law) and bis at Thebes, which is suppored to have vorn aont. He has enforced er A Hon, the popular and reliable Crerett. The lied Wilkes Phil Ttiotnpion a match rice for$ V E. H. BURNSIDE, This Is a very line young Bull from a celebrat.wtoes have driven dozens of bad laws from by an Egyptian priest at a period not less celebrated Cloun A Warren, and the John ed family ot milkers Includlogthe cow Kcbo, tbo 000, ln"2 2.17JJ 2.19. Mr. Crlt Davli will A Co 's Church li'i greatest of htr day: ber owner having refused o hestatu'e books. The tins of venal and than 3,400 yeare ago. Well - Known send her again this year through tho grand cir- This Old for her. Holstcln-Frelsla- n The cattle haro taken the IraOranlTegialators have been visited upon Hotel Still MaintainH it Spinach is said to act as a stimulant on the lower her record to 2 10 lead aa the beat for the family, aud a cross with cuit and says ho expocti to High and his administration has been kidneys; dandelion as a tonic and laxative; the Shorthorn produce a very Una animal. I or 2.12. Messenger tlrette Is as promising fat she Any one desiring an elegant and durable rim steal Instrument will do well to examlno our will buy all the male calves begotten by this AND aado to eufl'er for the shortcomings of these asparacrns as a blood cleaner. To tomaprices beforopu chasing. Wears agonts for the Bull at goI pile ts delvered at weaning time. was at tho same age. Louis toes ia attributed a special action on the Joan Churia A Cj , and will wartoropresentatlvea of the people. 1G hands Measenger Breeze Is a beautiful red bay, n'.n.MiLrtEH. rant our Plauos for seren yeare, and our Organs 1 tiocond to no Country Stanford. Ky. wile Commercial. liver. Beats and turnips are said to be ton- for five years The Ierett Piano and the Cloug h inuacular and strong, high, Hotel in tho State in its Fare ,x warren urgia are me nest ana roost rename of a speedy conformation and there does not exist Appointmenti, or AttenInstruments About 37,5000 gallons of beer have ics; the red onion a nervine of some value can be seen manufactured. Our Instruments at the poitotfice In Stanford, where ! on Kentucky soil tion to Comfort of a finer specimen ol the the vats of a Dm Mo'im in sleeplessness and neuralgia. Yeeoaeizidin Miss IlosAltlcuards will state prices, etc. their Ouaiti Persons who hare purchased thess Instruments trotting bred horse and coming as he does from a jftrowory and on advice of the Attorney OrunVenzai, or LIqnor Ilablt.caa bo Cared by will testify lo their durability and elegant finish To solicit orders for our reliable Nunery Slock. family, his sire, hlidaoi.'and bis grand-daproduclrg We will be glad to eervo the public, and guaran Uooilaalarv and expemei orC.mml.alou. ItMK.ae will he convey. d to and from tonoral will be destroyed. Permaadministering Or. Haines' Oolden Specific. nent employmint guarantoeil. Addresi at ocrc. ia. ii iteiauaiaciiuu. all being producers of speed, be la just the John Tyler, aon of Presides t Tyler, Klder W. L. William, of Huatonrllle. alio slating ago. It can be lren In a. cup of colleo or tea wltli-ii- it SSR1.I,' UOWItAMt, kind ol a horso to make a lasting Imprcsilon on A Co., and will be pleat-othe John Church Nurserymen, St. Louis, Mo. the ktowleli;e of the person taklnc It, ef. '"'" Vw.for the ninth time been elected Grand to serve his friends. iraartsnf Llq.oraanrt fectins a iKKily and iiernianent cure, hit progeny. S. It. si-- . . t OOK, Agents. Patriarch of the Sons of Temper Ilia patient It a moderate drinker or whether Wc r'rttlilly recommtml Jforthf un rouidmtrU,, mr BKFEKR.VtKS Virginia. wreck. Thousands o( dnmkanU line Mte of the State of .t-ur.-i ta H kntn , uf.rl,onoith.ra $80 TO IXbUUK A MARK IX FOAL. anil clcet. John D. Carpenter, HuitotiTllle. J M Klmore, been made temperate men hIio Iiiuo taken tlio W Til Vt.nno not JIVGurau.4UtTS.li .tl4, andln toll com! !tr. The recent colliery disaiter at .N'inai. liolden Seclnc in tliclr entree without their Stan ord. James Be jsley.dtanlord J M. Philips, entry . fCW .ss.satrleun. iV lmgn.il MUaficUca. lj Money due wbeu the latt Is ascertained, or mare It. Penny, Hianfoni ; Mrs. I'annle Stan'oid; A. 10-bellctu they quit drink-inijchildren knowledge, and y - C., left 39 widows and Karra, Lancaiter; l.aulram, Incaster; BTANFOKD, EX urii.fibjuis KY. thflr own fn-- will. No harmful efleet CharlesSaudlJge. Gen W J City. W. M. parted with ur bred to another horse. Will make Ale-il- t A LUk, Junction Payne, jtt'jMtilute circumstances, and an appeal teiult J Irom Hi administration. Cures tjiiaran-tee- d Oa.04 ooutn side Main U....I ... Preachsrsrllle; Mrs. K M. Lirp'at.r, Stanford; ul 1(97 on the laim of he season IluJiHi. S'. Y. " Semi for circular and full particulars. " UJ0 behalf by the Mayor of 9w tnuMvoraHot.l, Clnclnnatl.HBil e Mrs. Meggln holmes, Ciah Onburd, O, T. Vaadeia their .VddriMi 'i -- nntl.lciioe (ioi.DK.V MI'KCIKICC'O.. IIOllEUT Jtc.t I.IS1EII, ' Pure Nitrous Ovid. I'D In iaaaaW. Uinister EcU br Dru jjltti. .i,n.. aMi.t.HIII W bins OHio . Witiveo. About I mil-- from stanlord, r'lu Indignant Wife. The letter of youn MrD.tem to her ausband (joe straight to the heart. "Il ams to me," ohe wrote, "that your father, , knowing your a minister of the iharacter, ought not to Ime, allowed any jirl lo mtrry you without telltoi! her what 70U were, He may have hoped to re'orm a ion whom he loved, hut had no rijiht for this purpose to aacrifi je an innocjat jlife " This iscjrlainly an abstract truth, whether in hand. The applicable or not to thu by the 'conceal smotiul of tuner ciu-oent of fiulisand vicet before marriage is .imply nwful, and the parent sjjillv of it wght to bear the bulk of the suderinc iJothers conceal theirdauijhlers' physical joarmitiei as well as their faults of Ji?poji-ion- , and the career of many a brave, man li "rime to a sumtusrv end by tjonditioos which he ivor would hiv accepted had he known of their existence. for the This U simplv d. tunable, and ctl who uaaelfihly care attention of all hr their kind. It is the right of every irl he wan to know the truth ab iut (the expects to marry and the pirant who will tuffceal a son's vices in the hope ot reform-nf- i him by marriage cinoot be too harshly andemafd. Xaw York 8pecial. An ctj u Bucken's Arnica Salve. She Makes IIeii Tkaiw Pay. A di The belt SaIts in the world lor Cuts. Bruises tiruuNhed belle U n bjok agent am. she Soros, Halt Khoum, KoTcr Soros, Tetter, Chapped h In ten or twelve tUva mvle hereclf JsJsVssfc. Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, fautain ileum town. Her method Id and positively cures Piles, or no pay ulred, I, a muvel of skill, aided bv natural nilvnn-(age- . Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or monoy THE COMBINED STALLION, The Utter consists of the ability to refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale br Penny A McAUiter. shed tetra at will, I don't know how he An Old Citizen Speaks. At precsily the doeait,but a Is doa Mr. J, M. NorrU, an oil cttlun of Home, (la. Vr.25-- 5 time and pUca f jr tetri to be of yalue they Rv7 drop from her eyea and trickle dowu her says that he had been badly troubled with KidIhlslliie, cotublnol stal.lau will m.lj id. sea- ney Complaint for a great many years and with sonof 1SS7 at my stable near, Hlislby City, In Un cheoks Pirhapi there U Booiethinc the Eciema for three years; at times could scarcely coin county, on the Hhelby City Knob I.lcl matter with her tear ducts, but if thera ie, walk, and had tried many remedies without beni iiii'ikv lunu, ai I doubt if she would care to be cured. She efit, before bo began taking Electric Bitters and A SPECIFIC TOR $15 the Season, or $20 to Insure. has been fooling the brokers especially. anointing his hands with llucllen'a Arnica Salvo, This treatment afforded hlra great relief and he She enters in office quietly but and, strongly recommends Electric Bitters to all who DKsratrrioie and I'kdioikk Second Jewel Is with no Circumlocution, tells the boat that sutler with Kidney Complaints '.or need a Blood a blood bay, with black mans and tall, 13 hands 3 Sold by Penny A McAllster. Inches high, with Que style and action. He Is G she wishes hioi to bay a bojk. He says Purifier. years old thlssprlng, was sired by l.owls CunningSUCH AS no, unhejitatinglf and perhipa crorVy. ham's Jewel, ho by the fatuous old Washington Most Excellent, Denmark. Klrst dam, Minnie, by McDonald's Pnlnft.1 gluppresscl Then he turns on the ten?. K7cnuyaud Halcorn; second dam by Wells' Ciuuder, third J.J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knotrllle, Tenn , dam by a son of Davy Crocked, fourth dam a writes: "My family and.l are beneficiaries of your "Want's the ruitter?" he asks. or saddle mare, poltgreo unknown. Mr. II. C. Parvln's Old Minnie, dim of tuttind Jewol, "Oi, nothing of any conaeq'ience," Hhe most excellent medicine, Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption; having ;found It to bo all OUTHLY SICKNESS. wi I'iruMiiui nuimii uoui a con up to an agm replies, miking towarJa the door mare. Second Jewel has been shown 31 times and that you claim for It, desire to testify to Its virMAAm R"SK w" rrV If tak. n Our r.j the CHANfiK 01' Mrn.trrcat worn the slick tie 31 ted only threo But he symptthetlctlly tell) her to voico tue. My friends to whom I hare recommended It aUertiiir n ilam;i r dl be avot'Uil times. t i"bena for her Rrlef, whereupon she tells tht she has pralso It nt every opportunity." Dr. King's New stai-leMilIaNostanl at tlie tl.e fine book' iIessauk to Wimin," uulle.1 free. 8, VaJ3 Discovery for Consumption Is guaranteed to cure l!iuirm.r) Itroi'UTon Co., Atlanta, Oi. young Jack, been unable to oell a bjok that day, that Coughs, Colds, evher poor old mother Is dependent upon her, ery atlectlon of Bronchitis, Asthma, Croup andTrithe Throat, Chest and Lungs. and that file i$ downright diicotirageJ. He al Battles K res at Pnny A McAliittr'i Drug Store it 8S to IttMiirp'n'I.tvvt'olt. He is l X-- r Thlst powder uevar varies, a marvel olnurlt. Mark, II Hands S In. hes hUli. He was slrnl b 1 1 Largi slie. Jl. purchase one or more books iostantly. uiing lllack Hawk, he by VcloUpedp, strength and wbolesomeoess, 'Moro economical Caldwell's he by Imp. Main- than the ordinary klu.Ii, and ran not bo solo be by llobertion s Chicnio Herald. compotlton with the multitude or low teat .short motli llls.uam was tiy ritlgall's Illack Hawk I dam was raised by Killcu MsxwpII and was weight alum or phosphate powdors. Soldnnly In There are many features of the recent The Photoflmphpr, I Jick Money due when the cult Is an cans. KoraL ItaKiNO Pownsa Ce, tualed or nitrj rartcd with Men uu all 106 Wall Street. New York convention at Louisville pleasant for demo When Baby was lck, wo saro herCaitorla, season charges are ild. colts till crats lo coutemplaie. Tne practical unan PaOumge wlllbe furniibed at reasonable rates. When she was a Child, she cried for CastorU, Parting with inures lorfelts the Iniurance - - - imity of sentiment exhibited in the choice When ahe became illss she clan; to CaMoria, r. T.s.tMnimi:, HhiP.y City, Kt of candidate', the spirit of union and harTheu sho had Children, she ere thera Caitori. mony manifested, the hearty endorsement My fine stalli n, Wilrh will make the season of 1SS7 at my of the Clevelaud admioiatration, the ready plav, known as the Juhn I.lojil Mndo 1o Thurman larm, 1 .tnllra frim .Shelby City, and eubmiajionof defeated candidates to the between th Manford A UaiitIIIc and Danville Isbv I riissjn m.1 'ltt by Mei ir'no tile'. A llusionrllto Turnpikes at will of the majority and the statesmanlike t i.olisli by Mriutrliio Parmaiter.dam thedairt Ills merit of the resolution aJopted, are causes PEARSON & CLARK, $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 1 .SO. of IS Mm slrrd il and his diuichters are the dams In the i it bit of general congratulation. Not least amen; KrloMin Is half brother to I. tie, lecor id 2 21' t Money due when colt Is foaled or wire rrt-- d r old and sold to ltulrt Jtouncr ai at a the pleasant (hicgi to be remembered was with. age tor JIO.WW. Welch Is 16 han-lhlh anl was sired by that dam by lkxlor. by old Pilot, lire ol Pilot, Jr., 1st the hearty and graceful manner in which William Web a, tlaiu day by Frank Wolfbrd, (I2iD 3 ltt ) Pilot alrel the dauis ol Jay lye At $10 lo IiiNiir.u l.ltiuir Cult. LEXINGTON, KY. of Cookoo, record ; U, fcwond dam tiy Jo lire Senator Haul's succumbed to the inevitable 1 and II Moner, M dam by a (tray Ksgln horse llo has iMf, IU;Maid8 J.''.", Nutwood I1 He Is Jyearsold, Irthandiblgo, y laorn In tbc2 SO list Mewbriiio Chief slre-alaiiliful and endorsed his successful competitor, 12 fc 11 "aVrt rMiilu Kircot. MTcrnl colts that aro ol tine, gooJ slie and style J. IK' WooiHud bay, lih tne mam- and tall and a nortM MrmbrlDo 7I1.. Hf1ill He breeds Isrue and Is a sure foal setter, and la .'i 2:tlH4, Klsk's Mambrlno Chief tUy HefllV lllllvl and H tiMtnral .. I. II. Iu vi B Bjckner. Tae virtue of yieldGeo. S. S, r , ..i.y iiuhhlf. Denmark, or kind disposition, A Isdv can drlre him In iiir known Merabrino Nlar S.'is Pilot I mreii satety. He was never handled a dsy for ing gracefully and receiving defeat without 2 JT. North Blar2.S-'.- . irat. am. Mollle, Mount,, by Cjl.ble'a UxlaVloa but shows cool trotting action. Krusson, Jr , Is a suild bluk, lo hauls high, wooddaiuby i aung Auisilc be a sting of envy is not a common one, and Meeiniker. Iblnl ,! and weighs 1,'.0 Un. He is a bone that recomhi MiiUr-- it....'..C JcT. w nirn vii m At the same pi ire and on th sam terms mends liitox-l- f vreil II he had bo exhibits a strength of character most adtint tVMniiiia,wit,lecioMof tb Wat saddle aim k I will aWo stand tuy .Lick, WILLIAM I.YI.K, at posaixslng tho blood that he dees slivuM Mike him in the world, fourth dam by Jhn Blunt. .n, I am now preptred to tak orkrs for all kinds ot mirable aud altogether unusual. Senator ttie itst racehursMofbladay black, $N. Helsa.a-yearolhauds and one of the grandest stallions lu Kentucky uiiq dsm by Wasy plants and will hTntbctu realy at any time nto hasslrrt by l.ylu's Imported Jaik, and hlxh of a lee will N out Harris should have the grateful remem wsary. My plants are i jm the Ust and are good Jennet. Will also stand at the same p'ace my Bor Ja. '. brance of the democracy. Harrodtburg warranted to be the bet o, .;. sr.wi.ASit. GEO HG E 11. U.Vf.'AJM.i.V. ,aG-t- d $!5TO I.NM'Ki: A 31.1 KC IX FOAL. STJEVJE Democrat Stsnlord Parting with or nosing timeout ol th neighTill. KAM Y sAl'DLKaTAULluN, At Htotn litNiirr,, l.lvhii ott. Mod- A recent writer inveighs against the in money borhood ri RADFIELD'S RE6ULATUit SECOND JEWEL. !wS WOMAN'S TllSEASES 4klHc J; X? liy. PO If Ey times-defea- 1 si-u- , Absolutely Pure- BLACK HAWK, i.-i- Ii . r WELCH. ESRIGSSGHT, four-yeas si-- laiivill Ftiuuoh JR., 1 Order. Wholesale Grocers ?Sgirssir'-rtti-r ".-.. SILVER KlrG lAXTK! J',, . sn sd l't WALKER. ten lets due. I). Wallace s Denmark ' the bri-lr- .nuns. n J20-6U-1. Vermont sHambletonian. Sts-fi- el ARTHUR SIMS. li 1 In. 1 e- , t MESSENGER CHIEF, JR ,"""' ', 7. (Ii-a- neatnes-Ch.ldre- "; Hambte-toifUn.dai- u 2. wm. ':'kX' i.i!''t ll, ,' 3 mt 2r.tu7m.cLK'm;;:n;p m.. . i ..VK" god-5the- r. SIlHs9 I- rati t.. ;. ., K. , JO ABDALLAH, m ia i, I SOIilClTEB. l,rst-clai- re-M- L iliar licitms op adeli.m:. bi pwos world-renownn MYERS HOTEL, I2.V-oo- d STANFORD, KY. Prour and Reputation, 180-1- well-bre- well-kni- t, "I""."" SALESMEN WANTED y I I I alco-liol- lc n... sB- ot N,'uBON DBNTIHT, e Wai-Itc- .w.-..;.r- .at. Oh,0r n. i. W . -- J. Ui J-i