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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887053101 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. lew VOL. XVI. , VetUii Ml VERNON, ROCKCASUE COUNTY. LONDON, 1 JPOTMPf jiiii nit iiicm NO. 233. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1887. LAUREL G0UNTY. Nourj rublle. Mr RjyoS. Ileazley Mid Mb Mnttle The vineyard with which our Swie Don't forget our place F. Ij Thomp. (lairisou were married at Mjitland nt tie To tho Tax Payers of Lincoln Ooanty. i condiMattlcment abound are in rplendid on 'Jt residence of the bridti' father, Saturday tion and crops are promised The Tai HooVi trenow rsilr and I am reaJy ATTORN23YS LAW, The I J. now arrive rectiUrly by the to recite the Taxes Lntr tin now llorcnus VuUllnht'il TuemlitUH ittul VrttUtu A f'utlc sot-t- o wni hal at Eut Hern-stai- evening .he -- Sth Inst. 811 Fifth Street, Uw thuHlicrlir li coaipMlcil to settlo with ttio nifcht trains. -- AT Had the pleasure of greeting Mr. and Slste fire raonthn earllor than ticretotoro. So j n few day j;t between Henry XjOTjiwvxjuji:, . . i'ini".' iiiiiii tat ;imj ii tu ' it John Uroirn i siticfie he ha discovCAWH. of a freight Mrs. AIU, Huflunn at thu Station on FriThntnwnn and Conductor Duke, T. it. .Y;il'ft.WJ,3. I.. C. 5'J I131l ANNUM. aim ered a silver tninn on hi land. Kooin3nna 5, Cromle Block. ) tia'n. Th captain ctmo out tcond best. day. I'loise remember, old shopmate, all . ' Fur bargain in Krocirie". hnrdware, usaM.too.Uf wecrodll lhtll.W Ejv. W. II li lean, who went to his fa the good advice (ind govl eiqmpl') I haye PEARSON & CLARK, and deuialldld. cheap clothiuir, Ac, call on C W. I'ini;. 'Jt betowed i you in tne ha'cyon days of our ther'ii home in the northern pirt of the Mcirlsi nnd luiimpi havo disappeared boyhood, lie as iru in love k you have "WtLOlSSOilG State several wenk g) on acoiunl of ImJllyopenlng an elegant line of Sprle.' and am! tvphold lever now running it cuiire P. WALTON- W. over bseo in friend-hi- p and I predict for euuiiucr Mlllliierr, Incluillo all hi returned not much improved. in ourciunty. . . LEXINGTON, KY. beneith erur brightening ' you t T. . -A convention of tho Amrion Sunday lilO Ca ..V.vk.b9 ..,.U w .f Ul t. UWJUU. White A Dtvi am ptvini; the .hies -i- llumined by beam of euniiy hope, I'J M 1 1 VoHt Iulii atrijot. AlV) NullbDf. flUL'll ail Hftnll:rfMfV t)Urm LINCOLN COUNTt AIL SALEU, ion hre di'.rini in front of their prorty. O.heie School Union wk iu ii1 coeered by heaven's ewtolcet melody. Dd Culli, UuoMo(, Corsets, Biutlti, etc. You wk, Kjv. F h. Jenkine mtRht follow their eximple and make onr the tirU of will Hud me t tho rooms lately vacated 0 Bint-l- e The ptt week km one of peculiar KxcemWf rltn latelr 1ihh mi-ci- ! A tVarrtn, next dour to tbe Myers House. iu the chair and It. I) Hill, secretary, both aidewalk letter. m pw plenantne to the writer. Hy epeclal invr'J " ii-Jroute corn n.i JM7B ltllHHUt.lK. A large oonoourje of Ilwa reported that Willinui Hl.ttt of Williunubur. LOKDON, KV. vitation from your former totrnsman, J. E took. viaittng brethren were in attendance. That from imr w drowned in MullinV IMIy J l; trunk-.Mi Hullinan, and under the wing of the enT .B. RILEY, Proprlotor. There wa a grind labor celebralinn nt thusiastic J II Green, ho attended on Tues Slnnford, in on i vi.lt to her brother, .Mil Eentleman came to town yteterdiy to Tliorouglily IIfiioiiiIciI ami Ilcfiir-iiIsIiiWilliamsburg I t Stlurdty under the about lumelf, MIm Hellr , font Bubtnkn.of tbi ticinlly. day and Wednesday a rousing Sundiy-scio- ol I'll re tliroiiRlioiil. rirnt-i-Iim- s MT. VEIINO.N-- KY. If the propoiwt new branch of the I.. of the Knights of labor, it being conveniion, held at thi neighboring mill roimomililo irlroH. liny ami iilglit Kill, of Htiotonvillf, U on virlt to Mw A N., to ko E'rtt it to rtart ell thi ride of the Crt anniversary of their permanent of Liberty. Tne attendance was large, talus arc met liy pottle 1'ortorH of Hits nillnRnil"l)uHni;"Jonw. This old and Hotel Is still mainTrie Inndon brai bind fur- cjnstant, mpreruely orderly and, appsrent-l- y, IMiptilur House. taining Its tins reputation. Charges reasonable. why ctn't Ml. Vernon ISoiiiiett McUoruuck In lnuib o ox- - Htckcadle K Special attention to the trarellng public. nished the music, which I to my the mu-itendfely nn the bruin cow tht lit-- on'i net a how to have the j motion? interested. Desides thoe already nam 31. V. XEWtXiJM, I'ro'r, Wt'lrh A 1'flinler, two young bninee wa magnifieenl. ! nrwr item Up ed, ami nearly the entire population of Lib tikp time to isWe n tiewon POPLAR LOGS WANTED Mt. Vernon, Ky. JCtn Some people were disposed to boot at erly, lay and clerical, we had Rev. Hitner, lie hi HjrchMI 1.100 nnl ie men, have recuied the contract fur furnish-Inlo thin LOUIS SCIILEUEL, of Tojilar the railroid oompiny with all I want to contract fjr R0 our boom when reil esUte wa selling al of Somerset, Dr. Wesley and Revs Oliver rhlppinc them ae fiut tioeslule Logs for Immediate ablpment I.031 to ba strictly Ky billn.t that will bit taken out betwetu 10 a foot, but now we know we've got 'em and Jolly, ot Middleburg, and n Urge tr Iitilea Cox, of Hiiniphrty, No, 1, Yellow Poplar, tree ot shake. dte, Itrga or 30 ftit long, llrodhead and Sink Tbe republican tenatorial convenfoul. from the eurroundin.r ciuntry. unsound knoti, to be cut 0 on cars. I IS 111to hs Ulely proecuteJ to rucclut termiInches diameter and loaded of June, John Whipp prsidel with dignity and 11IC1I31QMI, Kb'.TlCKY. Frank Kirby Ml of the cbnm ion tion meet with us on tho 15:h at a place to bids tor 6 or more nation tbe fullowinn cUiata for Cwmy c:ti ? meaiurod and paid for Wticu loaded. In prosperiability. Huffjian waa iu his highest alii le idds p'caso sar bow toon Ioki con Ire tlItTcrcl. Photographs in all styles ienr: Increase of pension, Shell Hime, eater, John Fredrick. Frank rayr a few prox , and you can't gainsay our and sizos. s will ntrlre ludes, and Miai Julia Hradley did the mu- IliraQCliofl.. A H. et any station o KnoxTllle l.;h Kentucky, miel froiu to 1 1; John cly fincfl at Dive iiithuram', John ate ty longei! Address, Pictures in India Ink, Crayon and Six of the London nine, with three sic. Tne hospitality of tbe people was be i to $10; coint.ni-tttio- n '!" lare country bifcultr, '1 prin chicken, Kile, 1M Ky. A. V. SIXE, Stanford. Ky. Water Colors. ration), Bholl Hinie, $75; Frank n (tone of corn bread, 7 cup of cofiee and 5 picked up. played the Williamsburg, n yond all praise, When I siy that hotels New designs In frames anl Mats at very low 8turday, and private residence wero thrown gencr finely drilled nine, 0 inning cavalry, horee claim Ur-- onion for dinner. Kntmeri'Wt, lit Ivy. PflcM(201-ll'.jckciHile ha 11,570 chihlren within thescoio standing 'M to IS in favor of ously open, all who ever had the good for$120 dull, till the ectiool .ie. 1,780 male and 1700 fe Williamsburg. We'll wager our tinkiug tune to partake of Liberty hospitality wi 1 i eotnewbal Tbooi;b ne I will deliver to regular customers In Stanford r:;d aiclulty LTtrr irorulcg nt erction i inftwtwl with eommercinl travel in tie. The one colored dUtrict hr.d i2 pu- fund that with a full nine London would understand how bountifully nnd elegantly CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 31 tu tie and 31 female, llrodhead mop up the earth with Williamsburg and we were entertained fit the liferent time. The beautiful pil, era The people nre wide One Cent Per Pound. OF I.ASCASTKK, KY. lureiof" C. L. Haltnw adorned the princi. dl.trict bar the laret ntimbei of pupil, we dare Wuiib. to try i'' awake on the Sunday-schoque'tion and Acconnts duo at tho of tbi plow I'i2, Mt Verrun follow with lli). In the failed him at their real, if kept up, will soon eecure for irhen customer quits. dote of each month or CAPITAL Your ecnbe'a health - SIHS.OOOOO pal iiircitil-tthlihiiin- ti c tr 11 ;. 11 Mi it on: Mr Iloluiei i" now retire- - I.iylnR.ton diriric'. the ex are evenly di Marshal, Missouri, and be returned home them an enviable position in the army of on Thu rod y iiml tinwue Iioiim of vided, lieinc ')7 of each. last Saturday. Mr. R. U. Craft lefl'WeJ Sunday-echoo- l ninths; the t This Bank solicits accounts of In Jlrlduals. Friday and iuitructor. Mr. Feed, and corporations. Its facilities for making firm 1 Grubbe, Lwidville. morning to complete tho unfinishcoMi Jennie Kennedy, of Crab Ocbard, Urinklef Saturday we erent at Wayneebun;, partly to llection, In all parts of the United States, ara un. ccampnled by Mr. Jeplbt and Mr Jam) of Otrrard, ptid ed work. C.iarle R. ISrock, of the S.nte attend the cluing exerciffj of Pro'. Nilts' Holmwwn surpassed, and cutomers are at .all times granted ! Hurhker, tntmber ol the firm c.f 'luun, thi place a vilt Friday li't. Mi May College, Lexington, is here visiting friend school and ptrtly to hold a session of ex any reasorablo mommodatloEs they teo proper b n Adam ha returned home from Diiii-hleW. M. R'oe, who lit aminntion of applicint and atleu ling court for teichers' cr to a!c. Wo beg to otter our services to the cltl-zHnffkr A Ci, who Afip.rl to Havln f rtntfd the stable on Depot street, I am , ol neighboring counties, without Hanking College fjr the vrctlion. Jjhn H. been here with hi wife aud niece, returned (incite for that portion of the couoty-Tno-prepared tu train and hrnak horses on reasonable tieMnt gentleman. County Court trade follclttd, facilities, and assure them that any business sent u uj yob.e crui let pirty oJ thi place, who hi been In Virto Lexington Tuesday. There wa who viaited Waynesburg 30 or 10 terms. VAJt VKXTF.lt, JOIIXJI. us shall at all times havo prompt and faithful atStanloid, Ky Few attorney who practice at thi bar years two would bj surprise I to sei the hI Mr. UhbhV en PrliUy evening Abuiiir ginia for the pat two year in the bwk tention. youm: Kentle ve change time hi wrojght. The "old town ' the flrinile nnd ehtTdlroti ai;ercy b.iine, ha been appointed to an have in o a.iort a time wan for theui'el J)TltECTOUSi n. S. UAUTIN. J NO M. l'KRKI.IS. men in MlcmUnee uiUht be mentionel the eiprw meeiijer run on a Virginia road. inch an onviable reputation a an able prac- with it habitations and habit and nnmo-ri- e HnODiiuil), Kr., May, 1S7. J. M. HKJUINBOTHAM, AllirlilitA Martin h?i to Inform their luauy following: MiP Jennie Ctrl enter, 1MI W. I.. IIenderou hi returned from I'.trke-vill- titioner a ha Jude J. W Alcorn, of Stanhi :tlmoU entirely puied away. The friends JOEL J. WALKER, aul customers ol ho change in firm name LKWId V. I.KAVIILL, ford. Having been attending our court for new town, loctted on the riilroai, has to Naomi Jonw, Floreuc II clmrd. nnd and J. S. JOIINsON, J. W. L07AN, The race for rchotil tiprin!endent ha a little more than a year he has picked nd W. T A MMfrrf.CilvinCupun'er, sprung up on a diflerent model and i ll ur L. F. HUSULC, 3IA11TIX aV T. Jl. AltNOLU, narrowed donn to two, both republican, up a practice excelled by none of the local ishing under a more beilthful rejime. The B. O. JtULLINS. I'.icbnrd. Ambro and Uoo Hunn, Mari n Dr. Tho new firm hops, not ouly to sustain the rep- iOi. StMP;OS, Dm and Andrew Htker. Th firmer xtinrnrvs. and iu no hive we hesrl of dwelling are all new, modern nnd com mo utation of theold, but Intends to make many ImK and Jobu Kinfc, of Lbinui. Whilst : .. provements In the manufacture ot tobaccj which, ay he will not rnhuilt hi claim to a pria done by the whole party, c joU 'jinjc dim:if iction. A wrfct and pjlinneu J0U(. the people have built one of the beet will be to the Interest ol our customer. We will mary or to a convention until hi opponent our Natural l.eaf brands a uuccese chool-hotiin tho county and are arrang devote special attention to Thanking you fjr past J. M. HIGOINBOrUAJf.rP.EST. uontletntn and an ablejlawrer, hi Etet pMiie i awardel Mii RH Jnw of Kentucky's best leaf LEWIS V. LEAYELL, com out victorious rrceirera certificite of ijualiricition for the i little to ba wondered at. favors and asking lor a continuation of your trnJc, ing to furninh it in complete style. The an expert ihe ltini: wo remain, Kwpictfuily sour, office A it I generally euppoied that there J. l. 3ANDIFER, CASHIER, -- Stanford', excellent dentNt, Dr. Lee village boet ol one of the handtomeit in every in.lAttce. Jl.Ut'UX .V VKItlCIXS, B. F. HUD30X, TELLER. on will be. no democrat to make the race, both F. Huflann, i building up a Cie practice county churches in the State; tbe liquor M.I. llicbard, who U welt pted candidate are quite willing to receive demgiving entire ,mlifaciion. D;. traffic, once the bine of Waynesburg, ha here and thn rubied, kItm ii the Inforuutior. that I DR. W. B. PENNY, Watne-bur- i' the ouly rtation in the tim- ocratic role" iu cae they both make the N M Scab and Muter Henry took in been laid to ret. The place ii noted now It i to be hoped llat both will hold Corbin during the week. John Eberlien, for order, morality, a spirit of education, DENTIST, bered region within Iho cirole of hi knowl- rice. tnntora, UTonttiolcy Bids will be rcceirid .by the unilenlnne-- Comfor fuel out to the i ml and both gel beiiitifully night operator at thi plac, is nfl to Howe andofc3ure a growiug intelligence. A edge, whoe citiun don't burn missioners of tho (iarra d Cjunty hlnkluj left A&t. which nr rttcked for father, ilal Bow- mere live month school in the year ha untllJuno 15th, lfur the 1lowlug Bonds, tan bark, tatei, Ac, "W Mr. Hibert Hrown, the cleyer and ac Cive on a visit to hi Vayntbur i a bright excip cimtuodatiui anUtant poitunter, (ell u man of Lebanon, ie filling hi place. Mr. been decided to mean simply intellectual viz. rhippioi: lion and dererve the thank and pnine of that in the future the Sunday mail will bs J A Craft and Muter Hubert are in Will Htarvation; and the Way neebu mere have ac- S50.000 6 PER CSKT. fiJkRRARD GO- - BOKSS Ujcle Willis cordingly, with commendable wisdom, re In ttc he i a model plice opened at 10 o'clock a. M, and cfiice will ianuburg with relative!. old hippsr yrar for honety and thi i remain open until 11 o'olock a. m. Mall Adam, of CHrrard, ia hi daugh solved to secure a regular ten unnths' sea $5,000 payable c ach payable in jtara ironiat July morality a wtll of the 1, I Intern t sfcrVvw 5 KfV' .vfi v Tftv Wayne-burcomity the more 'rikinj cinlderin the sion The present teacher, Prof. Nile, i National Bank of I ancnter. wl'lUairard io ter, Mr. Judge Pearl, thi city. for ni:ht train cloe at 7 i'. M, A'ler bonds maturlDjr July J, 1S37, bo taken are aome of the olden day. There thoroughly equipped, and seem to be emi taliove. 'Ihe dfnomluallon ol U.e for the accommodation of the pub Cmiderabl limine' hi bjen bonds ltl be Jt.OCO. The I'oiiinilsilonirs reiervc pliCM whor the profn.e manner in which lie in the way of niijht uni and Sunday i'XHlv on Laucistor strest, rext door to I:ith-atOpreent term of the Lturel nently qualified for hi arduou work and the right to KJcct any or nil bids. of at the ) JOHN 8. (.11.1.. illustrate they me other pflople' properly for fuel I hour at the p tlU ), t) think it due the Circuit Coun, which ha been in eeion thereuiltof hi labir ttim Jotrsal orUce. Dflitp hours trom 8 to 12 A. ( iu sit. ) J S. HUllIN'DN, v and ton r. u. Aurnthctics administered when disgraceful nnd disuitini;nnd ought to Le IKi'tmaiter that all miil nutter rltould he ince Monday, the 9.h. For year the docK-e- t at one hi canb litv and hUfilelilv. It npeouary. WM.II. KINNAIRt) J Lancaster, Ky , May jl, l;-nay that we (myelf and lookwl into and eupprtNed pWred a the otlh Initeid of nt the irtin ha been crowdeJ with criminal cae, iflbittjit to away doliehtel with our m xiirli 1111 extent, that our court have daughter) came Madon Items Tbe farm of Dr. Wil a come itre in the hibit o! doin. We heir but litll ttlk of the eohool been virtually chved to civil litigition; visit and the kindly renptiou accorded us, known 1 the Waller liam JenniiiK. enpecially uratifiil in our taemoriea cf of 22ti acre, rold to Vqulre tnntee" election, which tike place within and wnen the Court opened thi term eevon and uajf mlmL& sax. M weljhin a few da)e. loatmnch a we hive no other murder ewe frowned down tipjn a "liber- the genial profus-o- r and hi etinuble wife, Hckt at J&O A Gtrmin Cirp J. school, except for female', It would roem ty loving people." The CrJt week, John with whom we thrrnac!ed. 17J pound, wia ottuht from Itrulit r of fie long lost Charlie The Claj'r jwod -- Mr. Ann Kide, ha tiled thm more interest ahould Iu miuifeted in Hurley, for the murder of Kac Hyde, wa lri-and found Rtiilty of manslaughter Its ha pl.t received ii.f irnntion teal the rilit In the Cimtuofi l'loa Cjttrt tie,aitit the election of trutee who l.avm the teacher. II r the way, we hav and aaweed five yotr in the pen. Charle boy is serving out sentence in a C mtiecti-cu- t Mr. Willi Oldw for daniaea in the rum prion. of ;t.000 Si let forth in her pition that nuteen any notioe pxted of thu electnn, Luker wa tried tho following week for I a daye' nolle- by poier murder, the victim being Iaac XeUon, it rrnjiirw ten Ihe defendant Old propowd to marrv her an fclTANFOm") and thttrh acceptett r.lyiK uioo hi btfore an election can be held, we ruppote and given een year for "recklely, wannone will be held Hi neok, We ruppore tonly and carsdoMly firiu.' hi piutol at a - tin ! uht h wedding uiit cooi intentionBOOT AND SHOE STORE. Wedneedty morning of thi tlin ohmruiHH In overlooketl the K'tiiu charivari." tit, nd ioformo.1 her friend of tb DisMill about the and of notice. week the jury iu the cane of Thouta We make a specialty ol llio manulatturo tf fine mirri.iau our work In every Hhos oi the Ml. Vernon Select ney, charged with tho murder of Constable Boots aud Two and ;uarauteo Olde mirried la ttiecl-iriL-workmen uro nlriady diy of Mv tb deWant respect. If necessary, It In Female Hiihool Friday U- -t under the rudjr at Lily a year ago thh month, eiuploycl and others w andatengird nottie. Ulvo MIm H IW Smith, htti.oo tra pltiatiff shor. llrpalrln d.ine iiMtly life us a call mid wn will servo ou right of Mr. Kilinl Neit'iit, pr'xw brought iu a verdict for murder with a that by "dtoeptt'in end hoartlwa VKXX1XO IOX A? .IOIIXSO. , l.iueatter bin it. coudiid" he ha been fnbjectod to "grtnt were awarded a fjllnw.: Mip drawinu, penalty. Tnia i the firt conviction for In bin pic- Mir'et Kitie Ilutner and l.illie Honk, murder ever had in this county, ho we are exwuand niortlficutou ill be Krodheat'; remllnc, Min M.tttie Miy Ad- informed, and it will go to tho Court of nic to be uiveti by tbe Old Fellow Im- Mowers, MiLucy A Appeal (for revenul!) Hon. II. C. Kver-ol- e, nn the 2'2J inted of the lo.h a at finl an am, Uryantavillc; writing. 3IA1XST, IIICHMO.M). KY. Tne attendance ot H.tker, Mt. Vernon. Judge Q. W. McClure and Jttnes nounce.l.-KRl- ler box, &;c Give Jttim Cook, of ttickcwtl.' county, werej appoint thi school ha Iwon ciod and the eucce B. wa h vilr lu 175 Fort Worth, Dizney. The ha met in establihiut: i. ed by the Court to defend fir For a gooJ Tuble and without a wi'h which she lane of 1,000 inhabitant very uratifyinij to jury in the case of Oejrge Thompson for And clean and well furnished hmiih, this Hotel with sclriol of this kind is (Jool nmplu roums attached, lui no uilroad. Now it i a city of 30.000, !ol-l- y the originator. Mr. Neshitt, a well at to tho killing 01 WHKH i,awion, ui r,ii JJ W per dy. seven roid and thirteen outlet ;lty rail. ha also been which at the last term of the Court the patron. The music el d Ili-th- e mo't ambitinni, pmhini;, 3&1:UC1LA.T TAIJLOK. referred, with that of m brother vsiv '.irjely pition . nl, with very sitinfac- - w town in the Ejiplra State of the cious i to the grand jury for a Jame Thompson, lor. re" riouth, and no men rival of KAnra Cily, A cutiin nflny look place Sunday new indictment, after remaining.'.out for 1 haie recelvl and still receiving mN'uw Orleaui. all of whhh I u. nnd eveulnj: nt .Sruile' eiw tnill on SltBKg' twenty-fohutir, reported SunJay even for the Texna jobbing trade. areelrivinc Creek, in which John Saiiiey wa danjjer-ousl- y ing tho utter imporaibility of their ever who contemplato removrt cut in the left eho'ilder and brcal by agreeing aud were discharged. Hon. II. Able lawyer in the hand of Willi Lomprlstus ttt beu tu the market, which will he C. Krero!e wa the Judge in tho case, to New York becaue there i no other city a pocket knife Hunsell had been at work for Smiley, employed by the to nccommc-da- te having been in thi country Urjoenoush Gotten Up 111 Ktylo and Mako Socond to JNono in City or Country but for rome cause wa di"harKed a few Judge Hyd their c'tont intellects, should remuum-he- r days f go, Oa the day the cutting took prosecution before the election. The lilyu .He a Trial. law-7in this esse wa n presented bv place tbe parlie had been drinking togeththat there ara aire uly 1,723 ab'e day and it ia supposed the Judge H. Royd and J. A. Craft in addition in that plice, and thatlall of them Rie er during the Not dHchargluu affair came up in their conver- to her very able attorney, Col. Clark, while not accumulating wealth rapidly. sation, when they came to blows, and re York 'lawyer' fhinRlo ffl sultinic in the dangerou cnttiuu an above the defense had bucIi legal light a Col every New It L. Kwell, Judge W.L Hrown, Col. J t;old that ulilter. oither. Ollicera have one to arret I5usell Some miscreant for reason known only J. W. Jones. L A. Hyron and County At 'Mr. Juikin,"aald Mr. J., "that new to himself, threw a pircel of bone dust Catching managing its cae. All a proper youni: man. fertilizer into Urn sleeping room of the pro torney beau of Myy'A gentlemen argued tbe csee ueiore tne these You re bar father, nnd it i your duty to prUtor of the Newcomb Hotel, alio into to themselves, the dintne room, Saturday nisht. A ev- jury and with much credit (.it on him at once." "Why, utamma," in eryone know the fume emitted from that the whole ofStturday being conumed in terrupted tha little Judklm compound are. not nt all asreeable they cm epeech-tnakln- g. There is oue more week "lhav'i what Mry doe everv nlcht and it form Borue idea of the wrath engendered; PORTMAN HOUSE BARBSR SHOP, remaining after thi, footing up two don't hurt him :i bit."Hiilway Advo- and the proprietor now keep hi uun be and ilia ot the twelva hind the door for any future visit of Mich month' court out cate. . JKSEJ.1II0HI'S0, l'ltl)l"ll. outlaw and tramp, nnd should they be hoped Borne civil huaine may I'e reached, E. appointed The i'reidenl ha catiRht in the act they would regret that although aIde from tbe three other murder Woikuonolu the UteU Stjte, with niainus Henry Ltcombe, of Njw Yjrk, to be ad thev ever heard of bone dut much les there aie several felcny caees to be and dispatch. I.udlt' J Children's wotk cate S.-F- INB GOODS diton.il Circuit Judne in the Scond Judi bavine made u of It for purpose other jineu. than for which it U made. C rcuit iu that S'ate. c'nl , TAXES! TAXES! ! WM ARM. JAS.n OIVKXS, AYRES& GIVENS, AT ' icy. (IM-lr.- o-- jStHuBjKNJEIllX. GrrOCerS life-vu- lk -- aide-wal- .. lt 2u3-6i- tauk:n!at mue, mill-ltou- NXiWOMlS MOTEL n de tht-rlon- e car-loa- lDMTO GR A PJIEB, car-loa- mak-In,- lo-- clry, e ICE! IGE! IGE!! - f- ol " ne-da- y Livery, Tmining, dj SALE STABLE r' us Wit-limn- e Pi:itKIy. ce OITJ-UCEItS- fcS-U- 1 Bonds Fop Sale! 1 -, .2 g . di-w- fr 1 1151-lyr- .J JL JLJL fat-ie- - -- fi.Bt-cn- com-plai- man-aieme- nt '.-- The 'W a call. JL 3 WILLIS HOUSE, lx', J. WILLIS, Propriotor. Asricultural Dealer in Binderg, Koarors, plomeuts Geuoraliyv5nKiies, Wnsons, Lnm auiM-rln- lt, ttti-Uat- es EE. O. B-UFXaSS- ir, 1- ur New Goods for Spring and Summer Una-oel- l. h er lnt ( WALSH, THE TAILOR, a:2 roi'iuii avkxuk, Jbeir-appare- nt, m IOTJIS VIJL,iC. P. - - KY. EXCLUSIVELY. s otnitogTaryjfcXiBgKamurownamawpnoiiwf Sroi-fflltelil- uuniiFJt J? wTynninwinJUJUijmmiJu-mmi- i JUWIUUMmillHIJJ WWPP g InlcrroronrnaI May 31, 18S7 Stanford, Ky W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 'EK, ol Uart County. UKUTK.NANT UOVKB2OR-jAM- hH IJoTKi.von-SIM- ON 110LIVA11 n3 BUCK. W. 11UVAN, Vf. of Kenton count)'. Mercer rouuty. Auditor-KAYET- TE Attorney (Ik.nkral I. HARDIN, of ol HEWITT, ES Hiirdln county. TKiSVKR-JAM- W. TATE, ol Woodford INSTMCCTIO.-. county. ScrKBlSTKSDKWT 0 PUDUC JOSEPH DESHA riCKETr, of EEQISTKROr Kytto AS COBBETT.ofMcCrickcn county. LK0ISLITIK-D- r. J. D. FETTIW, Llnwln county. tukLand Offick-THOM- county. U. A tearful warning toyoanc mencoincs Irom Nashville. Three yeare go J. B. Hotchkl, of the Wood Machine Works, n here, met pretty Mny and Letch in Richmond, Ky., end became infatuated with her. The infatuation was reciprocated, an intimacy sprung up which finally became criminal and the pirl went to Cincinnati to livo at hia nitstre'i'. They stayed there a year, then at Louisville for awhile and about a year ajo moved to a suburb in Nashville, where they set up to keeplnp house in splendid style, iIo!chki.i paaaing in the neighborhood under an assumed name. It was eoon rumored, how ever, that there was something wrong and one Wilheim, who lived in the adjoining house, foib.d the woman the use of his cistern. O.K' night last week Hotchkijs drove cottage, out to tlio little which he thought hid their sin from the world, and not knowing about tho trouble, took a bucket and went to the forbidden cistern. The owner ordered him ofl his premises and upon his failing to go, fired a shot into his abdoinen, which nfier a few days of etiflerieg, ended his life. When it was found that he must dio, his aged parents were telegraphed for and they arriyed in time to tee him expire in tho arm3 of the woman that they could not recogniza either m a lady or their daughter. Tneir grief was heartrending, both at bis death and the piinful discovery of his liason. Hotchkws stood very high in Nashville and his death, revealing as it did his hidden life, haB created a decided sensation in the city. lie enjoyed the pleasures of sin for n season, but death, the inevitable wages thereof, came upon him while yet in the morning of a promising life. Young men well-knowed Doherty had discharged their squirt guns, John Feland, republican candidate for attorney general, said that he was making the race because it had been suggested that it was time a lawyer was elected to the po sition. He then called Watt Hnrdin by name and charged that he had always neglected the duties of his office. Feland is a pretty shrefd fellow and we thought he had more sense than to thus stick bis head in a hornet's nest Watt will wear him into a frazzle the first tlma they meet on the raging stump. Ben: Pekley Poore, the noted newspaper correspondent, who always used the colon in abrcviating his first nana, died at Washington Sunday morning, after a protracted illness of Bright'a disease. He was a walking encyclopedia of knowledge and knew more of the public men of the past half century than any man living. He was born in Massachusetts in 1S20. a rain has At this hour, 10:20 A, Greenwell, the New York burglar, who The Commissioner of Insurance reports busmurdered Week'," who resisted him, was begun here, the fi'- -t within a circuit of ta.it 103 fire and marine companies do soveral milos for 5 or C neeks put. 1 1:30, iness In Kentucky Bnd that during the last sentonccd to be hanged July 15 Tho Mayor of Louisville has issued a up to this timo the rain has proved a fizzle fi cil yenr they wnfn policies to tho Dr. J. E. Nave on Saturday removed a pre proclamation declaring June 1 it public nmount of $150 393,771, received "fibrcid" tumor as big ni a turkey egg from of 51,971,451 C9 and holiday in celebration of tho 29. h anniver miums to the nmount part of tho piid los-o- s SI 013 911 21 Smnford paid sary of the establishment of a steam fire one of the tend ins of the thtuh of a two year old Harry O Fallon $1 232 in premiums and received $3,G03 for department. A Miss Liltlo Fiold, near Fergus Falls, colt belonging to Eagleman & Fields. losses. Danville paid out 512,211 and got only $23; Lane ister 57,125 and got Minn., who was left at home with a Scan- very delicato nnd successful operation, back A J. Shears has removed his grocery back 51,071. Nineteen life insurance com dinavian hired man, was found murdered and the man missing. Her body had bsen from tho old Central Homo building on panies have risks on 31,550 p?oplo in tho Main street to tho room on 31 street recentState to tbe amount of $53,395,051. The thrown to the hogs. Dan O'Riley has been held in 5500 ly occupied occupied by Sheohan's slice May field, towns of Ashland, Greenup, charge of making falao re- store Mr Sieehati packed up last week Nicholasville, Versailles and Hussellville to answer the turns while postmaster at Litchfield in or- and went hick to Cincinnati. each got in losses much more than they der to swell his salary. He is Inspector Mr. Mike Hope, of Laurel county, Is paid in premiums. General of the Grand Army of the Itspub-li- e in town, having been called here but week In his speech at Louisville Saturday and of course a republican. to attend tho funeral of his brother, Judge rv. ..!n:n The story of G. A. C. Holt having James Hope, who died at his home in uitll, unci ajiii s umuirj- nui r.t v - .., JOE F.WATEHB. JOHN V. DA r i WATERS & DAVIS, -- loer DculorB In- Queens-CHasswar- e, MAIN STREET, ware, ?ies, Hardware, - - STANFORD. KY. Etc. Our stock is comprehensive nnd brand new nnd prices suit oven the closest of close bnycrs. Come to seo us early nnd often. -t-- .... rn. ..i The republican Stato Central Committee could not agree on a candidate for Superin tendent of Public Instruction in place of Mr. Childers, and referred the matter to the executive cammitte?. Now is their chance to recogn'zs the colored .elemeot, without hurting anything and we nominate the Rev. George W. Balling or the Hon. Geo. W. Gentry for the position. Old man Jacob is out in another "keerd" exhorting the people not to void for Gen. Buckner, whose sole qaalifiiation for the tee. nomination fir Governor was that he was in the rebjl army. We pity the sorE.der rows of the poor old man, but if ho will go proposed to (desert the democratic party and join the Labor party has been exploded and our calm and candid opinion is that L. A, Wood, the lawyer who is Irving to work himself on the public as a working man, has been discovered to ba a fool as well as a liar. Carlisle Mercury. Wallace Christian, of Clark county, lad., died Thursday after a lingering illness. Just before his demise he confessed that several years ago ho murdered his brother Iiaac, and buried the body under After the tbo hearth-stonof.'Uheir home. funeral of Wallaco the hearth stone was taken up, and a man's skeleton was found beneath. The stables of the Bill Line street railroad in New York caught fire Thursday night ;and spreading 75 or more houses weie consumed. Nsarly 2.000 horses were roasted to death and tho entiro loss is estimated at over a million of dollars. An old lady, the occupant of n burn! house, was eo badly frightened that she died short ly after beiug rccued by the firenmi. The Convention of Brewers which met last week at BUtimorc appropriated 55,000 for the assistance of the brewers of Michigan; 55,000 for the bresrers cf Texas, and 53,000 for the brewers of Tennessee; the money to be used in defeating the ef forts of the prohibitionists of these State The sum of 59,000 was also appropria'ed to the tho use of the Publication Commite Lebanon. Dr. S. Yerkes and Mr. J, W. Yerkes have returned from a visit to Tennessee. WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, --A- To day the graves of the union soldiers In the cemetery are to be decorated. Lieut, Van Pelt, Opt. G. II. Dibyns, Gen. Gree n Clay Smith and Mr. J. D. Rindoyls are interesting tbemselvifs to see that the aflair is n success. An address will be delivered by Gen. Smith. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. WALL PAPER, T-- Lancaster. An infant son of Mark Walsh died Sunday morning at S o'clock. The proptr pronunciation of Birmingham Is Birmingtim. Tbcro is no ham about it. The Lancaster "Tans" mapped up J. O. Ssreeney's pasture with tho Stanford base ball club on Friday. The concert of Miss Juliet Gill was well attended on Thursday evening and her pupil acquiltrd themselves handsomely. Joel Walker complain of th la Kbit, some of our town loafers have of coming to his house, ringing the farm bell and culling him from his labor in the corn fisld. Tli last oflsnders were W. S. Miller and John Woodcock. Your reporter would be gratiflsd if the people of the county knowing nnv news cl interest to the public, such as stock sole, accidents, weddings Sci., would call around when they are in town and give him the M,EOBERTS& STAGG'S 2 4 m W m & O P r-- f- c c O CD cr P hi P O PIn Oe M rJO s- w oa t, L-- o o Q IS - m m a o O C en CO i . C3 O is J J - particulars. rs o s- d Hd v rei minus. into his hole and draw it in after him the people will feal better towards him. It's a pity some men don't know when they are dead. of Pulaski, is the smartest of tho men nominated on the re- The Rev. Mr. Childers, beware! The democratic county committee, of Woodford has adopted a novel method to ascertain the choice of democrats for county offices. The Clipper gives it as follows: "Each candidate for County Judge selects three men in each precinct whose duty it shall be to poll the vote. These six men in each pieoinct shall divide themselves in three parties cno friend of each candidate in each party, each party taking a section of the precinct, as they may determine. and balEach parly shall take a lot box with them. The party voting shall write the name of the candidate ho chooses to vote for on a piece of paper or printed ballots, if the candidates prefer this mode and deposit tho ballot in tbe box, and the name of tht party voting shall be written No one but known on tho demccrats and eligible voters shall be entitled to vote. The expenses incidental to this canvats shall be borne by the respective candidates and the men appointed to take the vote are given from the 20th to the 25th of June to do eo." This looks like an improvement on the old primary or convention plan and if tho canyaesers are men of known integrity there is absolutely no chance for fraud. The Glapow Xcui is away ofl when it eaye: "Col. Jacobs, of Danville, will not support General Buckner because he is an and was nominated by ac clamation. It U not thought General Buckner will withdraw from the canvass." The idea of our Col. Jacobs not supporting a democratic nominee is too preposterous even to fool the marines. Our contemporary evidently refers to the Jacob who soured on the democratic pirty becmae it failed to make him Cl6rk of the Court of Appeals. Gen. Fry, whose pension was raised to $100 a month during the last session of Congress, because ho had grown so deaf as to be incapacitated for business, is announced as the republican cindidate for the legislature in B3yle. The old fallow was evidently not half no b.vl off ai he wis represented, or has improved under the treatment of $100 a month. poll-becpoll-books. publican ticket. Ha has shown it before but never so pointedly as when he refused to accept the empty honor of running to get lelt for Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Covington Commonwealth after listen ing to Billy O'Bradley's alleged eloquence, arrives at the verj natural conclusion that he is more of a demagogue than a statesWas there ever anybody rash man. enough to accuse him of being tbe latter? The MayBville Eagle, after an existence of over 25 years, sleeps the sleep tbat knows no waking. Its cratic editor.Col. Thomas M. Green, gives no reason for the suspension, but we euppose that it is a matter of dollars and cents as usual, The effort of Bradley and his keepers to draw crowds to hear hi speeches by stating in his posters that Gen, Buckner will be present is in keeping with the character of the set, who knew that the general was not expected nor desired. NOTES OF CURREN1 EVENTS . New York has le,jnliz;d batting tax-itio- on race tracks. for county purThe rate cf poses has been fixed at 3S cents on the 5100 in Fayette. L. W. Reid, of Virginia, has been appointed Assistant RjgUter of the United States Treasury. The Executive Cjmmittee of the Prohibition party in Kentucky has issued an address to "temperance democrats and anti-liquor republicans." A company of State Guards has been organized at Harrodttburg and named the Buckner Rifles," in honor of the next Governor of Kentucky. At Natchez, Miss., the bailer in the Nitchtz Cotton Factory exploJed, doing (treat damage to the building and killing five employes and injuring two others. By an explosion in the Udston coal pit, near Glasgow, Scotland, between 150 and 200 miners were imprisoned, and it is feared but few of them can be rescued alive. The Paris Opera Comique caught fire during a crowded performance and oyer 200 pjrsous were burned or crushed to death. All the ballet dancjrs, some CO in number, lost their lives, The city of Charleston, W. Va, after one year of prohibition, has returned to high license, according to State law passed by the last Legislature. The license was as high as 51,000. It is now claimed that John accused of the rape of Jennie Anderson, near R?ckville, Mo , and shot by the girl's brother in open court, was t of tbe crimo. There are 18 distilleries in full blast in Barren county, and two more preparing to open. None of the whisky made at these stills Iciye the countv. This is not a showing for Barren to be proud of. Glasglow News, General Wadsworth of Maysville, a member of tbe 19th Congress, while making bis argument in the celebrated Nelson will ca:e at Minneappolis, Minn., was stricken unconscious and lies in a precarious condition. He is troubled with heart disease. 1 Van-derburg, innb-nocen- Joseph Billou is holding a meetfng at Bethel, in Bath county, with good prospects, Oa a preliminary teal vote, the Northern Presbyterian Assembly has put itself on record in favor of instrumental church music. Talmsge's sermons are printed in eo many newspapers tbat they now have a circulation of more than two million copies every Monday. The General Council of the Reformed Episcopal Church in session at Philadelphia passed a resolution recognizing adultery as the only Scriptural ground for divorce, and forbidding ministers of the church to remarry a person on any other ground. At the Baptist church next Sunday a special series of meetings will commence. Preaching every night next week, also n day service. Oa Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights of this week special prayerservice will b9 held for tho mejtiog . All christians and others invited to come nnd work in these meetings. The General Assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church, after two days' discussion, adopted a resojution,&l to 59, tbat a committee be appointed to confer with a committee of the Northern church to ancer tain tho ecntiment of the latter in connection with Ecclesiastical boards and the colored church and other subjects of the two churches as might be deemed necessary. Elder Martin 0ens was here Saturday on hia way to his appointment at Mt. Moriah, where he has preached for 2S years. He has seven charges this year, in eluding Union, where he has been pastor for 31, and Freedom, where he has labored for 30 years, Since 1850 Mr. Owens has received into the church over 2,000 converts, married 279 couples and preached over 300 funerals. This would eeem to be about as much work as any man ought to bo re quired to do, but he has at the same time run a farm and fixed the watches and clocks for his brethren, DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Col. E Polk Johnson delivered an ad dress on theoccaiion of the decoration of the confederate soldier' graves at Cave Hill, Louisville, which buows that tho fire of eloquence that burns in the old man's bosom is not dead by a good deal nnd that he himself is a live man yat bv a large ma jority. Praise the Lord. who formerly rau a pahas started tbe Democrat per in Somerset, at the same old stand and proposes to give the citizens of Pulaski a pure and unadul terated democratic paper. The first copy is before us and ie brimful of news. The Star of Bethlehem item was a hoax We readily caught at it because it is near the pariod of its appearance and astronomers have been on tho lookout for it for sometime. James Walton has been nominated by democrats of Bracken for the legislathe ture. Mr. J C. Owen, Tbe annual examination) at Bill- Caldwell College begin to day. Mrs. J. T. Fackler is to give a "Kaflee Klatchee" Thursday evening from 1 to 8 o'clock. , A fine horse colt 10 days old by Gam-bettaout of a mare by Msmbnno Clay, excited considerable admiration on tho street this (Monday) morning. Tho maro and colt are the proper'y of Riuben Gentry. Rev. J. G. Bruce preached at the Wal nut street Methodist church Sunday morning. In the evening there was reunion of the Boyle County Bible Society and ad dresses by Messrs. J. W. Proctor and James L. Allen. J. A. Qaisenbery was elected treasurer; J. V. Proctor president, W. G. Dunlap aecretary. Rjpodtory, T.P.Curry. The pastors of tbe various churches were elected Mr. John M. Polk, who was a clerk in of Mitchell & Barbie, of the banking-housthis plce20 years ago, is in town. After John left Danville he went to E izabetb-tow- n and has been in the banking business there until very recintly When he next unves he will locate near Clarksville, Tennessee, on the Cumberland river, and open a dairy. He says he only has one cow, but then with the Cumberland at his back he can water his goods so that he can furnish an unlimited quantity for city consumption. e The enormous rie in oQm ha cau.fi more Ricking in Garrard than anything except the increase in our niesments by the Blate Board of;Equalizttion. Some of CO our leading citizens threaten to quit the art-use of the drug. Oa Wednesday .June 15, Charles Reld, a son of our fellow townsman, T. W. Reid, K Esq., will be ordained to preach the gospel at theBiptistjchurch in this city. Charles CO is a graduate of the Georgetown college and Is one of the best boys ever raised in Lancaster. He has (been preaching in tbe mountains during tho past year. A funny incident comes to us "snb rosa." One of our leadirg politicians, a republican, 'sent out a letter to ono of his working menjto go to' work at once and leave nothing! undone in the interest of his favorite candidate. By mistake the letter MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. was addresedto a leading democrat of tho Eait End of,' the(ccunty. You can imsglne the rst. I luivn u Hplciulhl Mock of llio Bro Yancey, of the Christian church following (JooiIk has been indemand of late. He has marGlass-- , Tin- - and Quoons-waro- , ried a half dczn couples in this month. Whether tho parties think be tioi tho knot more securely thauany one else we are not Bush, Wood Grass informed, but at any.'rate he is a good man and one of tho. beet, pastors tho Linctstor Scythosand Snaths, church has ever had. Bugpy Whips, all prices, Discussing the tnrifl, Jones, who is a Picklos in and in botam fcr.high tariff, I merchant, said, "I you, sir, unless you put the tariff on your tles, tools you needn't expect to ct full pricrs. Boautiful Flow;or Pots Here is tho Grm Low tnrifl is a humbug. of G. D. B.udctt & Cj., they have always Baskets, been low tariff people, sold their good for VanLomon nothing and'are still doing so. If they illa, had ben hih tariff men nnd fold the goods they havo sold why they wonld have Can-no- d California b?en millionaires bcfoie now. No sir give Goods. us a higher taritl." T. R. WALTON. This is commencement week in Lancas Monday 1 1. M. was Walter Scott eventor SUik lUi Jin, lute of Moullrel'o, Ork, ing. To day, Tuesday, at the College chapel, a concert 8 P. M Wednesday, at 11 A. M., Prefbyterian church, commencement exerciies, and at 8 v, M., OneraJ House, caleslhenlc entertainment. There are three sweet girl graduates Misses SallieJ Elkin, Carrlo Burnam Woods a'ld Ella Polk, Dr. Evans returns thanks to the Presbyterian church choir for the excellent music they gave at the PluLKas in- on Sunday. The of Garrard Female Colsermon Drugs, Books, Stationery and lege was preached at tbe Methodist church Fancy Articles. Sunday by the Rjv. Morris Evans, the principal. It was a very fine sermon. PhTilclnni' prmcilptloni wcurttlj compounded. Alio Miss E. BalleJ Polk, of Perryvillo, is visiting relatives at the College. Misses Bettie E7ana and Nina Montgomery, of JefTersjnyiile, Ind , are visitord at the ColTho Largest Stock of Watchou, Olooka, lege during commencement. Tho followJewelry and Silverware ing young ladies aro at tho College and thn will remain during commencement. Misses K7cr bonght to thli mirkf t rrlcwi Lowor Ko- tbo Lfiwrtt. WalchM, Clock! snd Jewelry Young and Nancy Buckner, WinLaura ralrod. on ihoit notlco and Wrrntod. chester; Hallie Welsh, of Bryantsville, and Mollie Sshooler of Lowell. Rev. Dr. oung and wife, of Winchester, arrived at the College Monday. Dr. Young will deProf liver the commencement address. Ho Bristow will arrive Tuesday night. : will take charge of tho music of the Mrs. M. If. Saun entertainment. ders, of Elizibathtown, who has been visit Ca.pt. E, W. Lilian!, ing her son returned home yesterday with Miss Stella Stout, who has been attending College. Col. William HoskinB, of Chattanooga, is visiting the family of Col, Dan Collier. Charley Ricbardson, E q., of Somerset, spent Sunday with his relative, Mr. W. O, Swoeney. Mrs, Thornton Hackley and her two charmin daughters, of Covington, are visiting Ben Mullins, Eu P C c g htj e rn H m O o P P 5 T. R. WALTON, ukoci:u, and tt-l- l bu'k and .' M Extracts, and and othor Tmwmffk IPi&Iltte PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. e Wall Paper, cnlis-thouii- in-la- w, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, Hfl Pulljand Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. B. K. OTKAREItf, Stanford. tt && wnm'TKVKivTHtn.to'm.n'rWFwmi ' J rtHfiJWWwrrnrtmwnrmwiiwnnt MwMiwwTMJiwiMifcrw llr-- wjtfiw iwumw lUHivuumrmnnm imavi auntnm 'M''l'''itmmi.MmmtnartAmmtMivmmMumfm ml tamiia---n-- i rmri mnnnrl iWftttl$Htmxhuml Stanford, Ky., B. O. WAIjTON. . & A. C, Ai.roi(t) will oMti a NB.l(,nn on Jmifi 1 clips " - May 31, 1887 If'K Ckkau KretZTi and Coulere, a new ami luru Mock at low prloti Mttjalf it Uualnoau MannRor, HUE CARD. Iler H. LOCAL -- 12 SS UII train uiiit North ' bourn........ ti. trty. , " H a.M i.xnrtM train" c)autb...M .... I W i.k Norn..- .Ih dinjppearinK. Akotiikii old cyc-ioTho a.xvc Is calculated bu alandaid llino. t)olr Tom Walton Id Invini; the old on about .'0 uilDuti tbe front of bin lot on Main street torn K C. LOCAL TIME CARD. and ivway, to the delight of the neighbor l3ir. ready to do all kinda of nud pnintinc to biijirtirs and epriD I will bepletcd to have you waicoiiP, fin. call mid get your work done. Wui. DiUkfh r.H. I AM now re ;ls llr ics-ho- ue Almont Archey, by the great Almont, Tun Intfiuou JounNAii la going right alonir imiilng nlno papers a month vhon it nnd bred by Ge? Wither', vai purobastd by a Ml. Sterling eyndieale for $2,500. cely agreed to rend out eight. J. W. Powell sold a mare mu'e colt to 1 II K L A N will eell r Hind trip tickets J. K. Baughman by bin j ick for $100. Mr. to the Opera Festival at ono fare, beginPowell tells ua tnat out of 10 mule colts ning with Wednesday night' express, that havn lusn droppad on his farm this (Jiito n imiiitifr of Stanford peoplo will nt season, 1; it i.iem ore ui ildi n.id ho wants tend. . to know how this state of nfTairs can be A imoiTiiv merchant tells us that hie remedied. Mare mulea sell for $15 to $25 trade lias perceptably increased ench month higher than horse mule, hence his teari. ninco prohibition went into (flct. Men Sir men were drowned by the capi'z win formerly left their money with the barkeeper now spend it for the neceasarics ing of a boat at Montreal. Four blocks of buildings, valued at of life. MM K'5iMSS!CraS22raaW2rKJK,,ZS tFszyzwjzzzstt tar xcr il cr atid largest strawberries we In a collision on the Pennsylvania have eeen this aeuon were sent to this office Road between an Trln leitTo UowlanJ alS mil 7..'0 a, u, express and a freight, six Iteturnlng, irl?etCuil 8:55 r. i. Foil Lot. At London taut week a jury by Mra, Qeorge T, Mcl&oberts. They were persons were killed outright snl e'ghl seriRate Thotnaa I)iney a life sentence for the of a variety that she got hold of accident ously hurt. LOCAL NOTICES. murder of Connlable Teetera at Lily a year ally and for want of a better name ahe has Convicts at work near Maysville on a A ago, when if the half that waa proved ia dubbed them "The Mc LlttVHimi'e Garden Seed at l'aiioj railroad nt tacked their boi with shovels, McAllaltrV true be detervea the reverent penally of tho An eltction for school trustee will behold fatally injuring him. The guards fired upA rvi.l, linn of fuliinj- - tucklo of all If hid' law. in this district Saturday to fill the vacancy on them, killing McLaughlin, the leader of at Penny A McAlMer'tj. Or the aix canvaaera for ptibicriptinnn to occasioned by the redgnation of V. O. thi outbreak, and seriously vounding sevTilK lieU rosily mixed juluti" are to lie the church building fund, Mm, George II. iltney. Since the powera of the trusters eral others. bad it IVnnf A McAliittrrV Thomas Brener has been arrested in IJniro i untitled to the blue ribbon. Hhc lis re been so greatly extended it bahooves Ask jd'ir Ktccr furttiH Cincinnati I! haa succeeded in rUinK over $1,000. Her thoee interested to ceo that none but the Franklin county charged with the murder kloc Co.' cracker nil crikm. V ATCiirs nnd Jewelry repaired on hor whole roul ia in the work, hence her re- best men aro choin. Tne trustees can now of John T. Djwney, bis brother-ilaw DOtice nud vrrauutl lir Penny McAII markable BUCCfM levy a tax without submitting the question who, he claim, had intuited lii wife, for r. which he shot him, sfterward beating him KtaspaiiI) ready mixed paint; quality V. U. Welch and J. to a vote. Rtu I)KAI.-Me- wre. In death with his guc. and durability utiaranteeJ at McKiiierl & H, Hacker found the parties at London they MAHilAOES. , The clever and popular were koIdk to see in Htirlan ounty and A c.iMn.ETK "lock of jewelry, lntuot Mr. John Yeakey, of Girrard, end Green Keller say?: "The editor of the ityle. llookforri walchea n apecialtj. IVn-a- y cinrfipiently did not hive to take their Mini lldliio Bill, of this cstinty, were mar- Mercury wilt be 10 years old to mjrrosr. A McAllMer. lone ride, Tney reprcent a ayndicite, We do not know that litis ia of much inried Usl week. which Uken options on 15 000 acres of CharlfR Henry Joichlm and Miss Anna terest to many people, but lo na it is quite PERSONAL. coal and timber land in titono at from Haas, lite of Germany, hut now citizens of an event. It h the end of 39 years of as MlKft Hn.XIF' I'ENNINHTOS! it for il tie lliti' ill. $3 to $12 CO por aero and will cro eventful a life es ordinar the German coloov in this ootid ty, perrons experiMui C A. Cox haa uoiie to (.'oIiiuiIjm oon tin the titlee artnutMnctorily nrraoged. ence. We beran early and have lived fast married at O.tenheim Sunday. imtj-m- ! If the L, N. builda a branch through vi-for a reeicH. of The marri'ieo cf the attractive and ac and oil Metburelah with his 009 years, -- Du. C A Ocx and J V. HajJen Stone (iap an it U naid to be ita intention of to Mr. J, neyr s tw , much of the world es we have, complished MN Kiln doinc, the eyndicite haa aliout nn rckkI a tare ot e to the Cumberland to full. hslf as much fun." Cirver Jones, of Kttms Cttv, will oocur at and Mu ami Miw. Wn.i. Hayh, of Clr thing im Ihey could wnb. Thorn are nil at II o'clock and Mr. Grime' rani, hare hron on a vi.it to relntirw lure. tnerout eeven foot coal veiua on the land the happy couple will leave at noon for T Aim.KTItCIEMa. (iKoHOK DUN.V, wilO hfM llfon tlTID and liuihrr of the fineet fjnalily in the tholr western home. tii mother, C9un!ry. in Sprinflviii, Mo, in Mr. Charles Hail, on cf our wot ca Mrr?. F.0 inn Djnn. I)R J. D. PfiTTi-i- , dtinocratie candidate liai.il) young fsrmers of lli'u county, and ! J 1' Corr ia ibK new oonductor for rxpreMtitattfe, waein to eee ua on Mis Maggie L Porch, the jMipular assist a lb. aiixtdtnin to 11, ct mood nnd etwtntj from a canvaM of the northweat por- ant to our poatmastur, were married last To sfi'lrl nrJers far c ir rellaMe Nuncrjr Htock. !) be a very cletur Ktnileman. iiuaiiiMon, terma-ner- it tion of the county, wlieru ho met with night at the residence of Mr. John Inman. uiwiwiiaii auiuii"iuciuri I. A'JJros-- . at oris, employ cuTinter Ki r. 1'i:kv U. l'uwx and wife htT italltiij w: SSVIih V HO 8jtueet Reporter. eeoouraitement, Auiobr the 2io. N irnrytnen, til. Mo. ui jvrl in Huuford tor U: -- uuuntr sail billo that he wilt introduce waa marnrd to Mr. Roye.H. taken r ohm at W il. Miller'n. in the uexl legislature, for we take it at a Mis Mftttie Garrison, the pretty dauzhtcr ! Mm Uk.0 C K tXLKR, J K,, i teaching foreuono conclusion that he will bo elected, of Jackson Gtrrison, wno lives near More a clam if boa nJ Stria how to trip tbu u.va in fcunty curt, i win ia one to piy I how who work to road a iiv or tor land, Saturday afterLOjn and that night a mi that tttay will be at home nLt compenaaiiou fur it. Thi i the reception wa- given them nt Mr Alien iu the 1,'juiids; ni.p. only kind of public eervice rtiiuired of a Bmz1pj'i, father of the groom aiOXDAY. OTH, 1SS7, -.- Mr.Hi.KANT l' L IlIOMPiON and LtW cf next month Mr At the ('"irt-'Ioiman for which there i no pay and n the In tho early In Stanford to tba hlghnt ytr C. t William ami J. V. Urown. of roed are worked principally br men who W. B. McRoberln, of Stanford, and Miss liliMer.a lot (it tiot, R'Uodb ttie nuinbr ono on Chappfils T.irnplke Compior fir S 500 nnd Ml, i?ooieil down upon our in Thomas, cf Litiiiville, will be unit- ItiiprMt. 11 1' Miller Si on, it U. lumtr 81.010, lice them leant, it i nothing but fair that Turn-ptk- o bfleiidin oi.tins ywterdnj. Kl(ht tihUMfloc!f the burden ahall ha evenly bourne. The ed in ruarriir,o at the residence of the pa- Ac, Compmjr, fri'WO Id t lo :(nariw.U (Up aud a money Mu J K. AU'JHU ha returoe.1 from doctor ha a number of other ideia, which rents of the bride. Mr. McRobert met (ilcw ol ancient iilrtr Coin. It. Oil's i.EV, Ex'or prlrutitl.l, Mo., where he mji he wait he OfT. C. Huuibir. Dtc'd. 91t rroKrea to formulate into billit to he Miss Thomas in this city something over bown the nlteiilion by Henry legislated UKn and which he will explain a year ago, while she was visiting the famiwho could not rJritfhl and Errlnc ly ot her cousin, Dr. Turner. Mr. McRob to the yotera in due time. do tco union for liiui. ertsisa leading drug!st of his city; the a stock comMim Fikik liuucr., daughter of Mr. The question ol ora-iitinSecretary of the State Pharmaceutical AsJ. L. Hruce, will mike her dcliU into tocle-t- pany for the purpose of conducting an an- sociation and stands high aa a christian next Tiiuri'day night, when ahe will hold nual Stock Fair near Stanford is beinj agi- gentleman. .Mies Thomas is a bewitching AT KY., 9 a recepuon. Our biuioei uiinaser U hou tated and meets with decided encouragelittle brunette, highly cultured and has a CO H33A.X ored Mith an inTitation. ment. Tho plan U to divide the stock in- host of young friends in this city, who wish Hrv II C. .MoiiiUtfO.N, of Newport, to harei of each and procure either 50 her a long life and much happiness HIGH BRED COWS & HEIFERS and tin nutrr, Mrn, John M, Myer, of or 100 subscriber, as uiiy be afterwards Bowling Green Times. The above will be A. J. C. C. Jersci, from tho herds of Ibyle, wrrj unttU of tljorjo II. Iiruce screed upon. A smill proportion of the news to some people, but we caught on it Friday. Mr Morrison wae relurnirn; from subscriptions would be called for in timoto more than a month ago and were only pre W.J Cblnrj, Win. Crlk and 0m. P. W. Hardin. KranklorU Col. W. C tloodloe, J. a. Stoll, Cbaltano , where im held n two wecka prepare for .i"rope fair" this year and the vented from giving it away by tho gentle- J. ( Klnnalrd.UM. Land, J. . WalUca, Judge K. K. Sparki, NicUoUaTllle: Mulligan, meeting with grntifjring cfltct. balance this fall, when an extensive amphi- man's He has waited eome W. A buld?th, Flemlngiburs; J.C. BNcrl?y and entreaties. Mu J Kirt'i!, hid excellent wife theatre and other buildings of a permanent J. I Hballcross, AnchiraRc; J. A Middle ton and time to make a choice nnd wo aro glad to 8. II Neel, anl bjji, Jjtni and Mclteo, of Older will be erected, and thereafter such a learn that the witdom and tnste of the Ctarlttitntburgb; fcliolbjflllc Her. Wra. Irvine, W. L. Crabb, Kmlnrnce; J. II. ClMt, CjuipbeTl cmnty, Veit Kid, tntdo tua pleiant rill Friday fair be held as will rclhct credit on the best final tflort are fully worth the delay. The Thco strictly brepillnffbordi contain blood ot and an irmichl into the uiyetirfe of tlte stock Mishit; county iu this ftciion. Uj ceremony will not occur before the middle c most noted atralna, St. tit. Hellrr, Signal. Cotntnasslo, Wclcmo and otben of pror-e- n prlnlii z trt. W'c are alwayt lad to hiiTe side) paying a haudsimo dividend to the of next month. worth Catalojiifa, whlrh will ooi bj rcadjr, miy our ptir:ui visit iih, opiciallf rucli appre-c'atir- e subscribers, tho fair on the sc.!e proposed " lie bad of J. 9. STi)U,, Vresident, Lexington, DEATHS. wcu'.d bj of grtat value to raiser uf stock an this juiriet proved to be. or J. II. UK3T, Secretary, Cincinnati. urN F,lo at Ho so txchan;e, Col. U E Mil Ko C. Waltos, the livo and etc and give an luipstuu and encouragement to Misw Annie, the fifth daughter of Col. KoMONsO.t, Auctioneer. erj;et.c linicci! Mnuager of the l.NTEiUOlt breeders that would bo felt and apprecia- and Mrs. J. M Beazley, died Sjnday after JoiT.N.vi,, ie pendini; a few daya eight are ted. Tnere is no reason why a Lincoln neon of consumption, aged about IS yearr. ! Ior win Mr ti;n A. Waiiuii, of the Treia County Fair should not uucceed as well a Lare und of au apparently rjbut constiury. WsabiDRtcn !)ip.tch in Louiaville a lloyle County Fair, which is always a tution, none teemed more likely to attain Iil.VCOLN CinCOIT COURT. ucce4. Stock in the latter Institution pays the allotted days of man than ahe, but the Timei. The Urt ho hoard of the tuuu enlhui .:i I.r nnd jurt called on the Ptwi a handsome dividend and tho fact that inherited disease, hastened by exposure af- larmrn Xattnnal Rank cf Stanford, Kr and J 1). (Iwaley, 1'hlutltls. Sarad Cbandler, Ac. Dclendjuta. Kotlcu of rfalo In Equl ty. there is noue on the market for sale shows ter attending a party la.it winter and be dent a d had nlcomet Mr. Clerclaad. Ky a J iJzuient of that it owners value it highly. Lit some coming very wsrui, faalenid upon her and CourtTlrtuo tf MariU Tenn, tbo Lincoln Clrsuit 1S57, In tbo aborc at Ita LOCAL MATTERS. enterpri'ing stock man.KUch as Sam Haugh held her In its embrace till death came in atjlril casc, I will on the ritizna generally. The sweetest half a million, burned at New Orleans. The most M'omlerful Pniii-Curthe world lias ever known. Its effects aro instantaneous. -.. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. DR. S. G. HOCKEB. JOHN BRIGHT, JH. HOCKER & BRIGHT, (SUOtiESSOIKS TO W. II. IIlGGIN'S.i We will continuo to handle tho whole-souled- justly celebrated and most uopular ht Gp py COOK 8T0VE3 and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENr, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wo will still place tho OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservos to be, Ask your it n -- nevrhd tij neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in tho market equal to tho IMPERIAL Esamino the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW, In the PUMPS' lino we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not haro any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. W. It. .ndtl.W'EY, SalCHiuiui. I'ait SALESMEN WANTED nt-- nt hv (!tt numer-omiutpjria- iru.l Ai. Queen and Crescent Route. Orloan3 and Tcxa3 Pacific Ilailway.) 'Ciceinntiti New B1ey iul, .ftrOTIGK .ih Shortest aiul Quickest Liiw to Mew Orleans, Florida, South Bust, Txtis, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIMETABLE ItKAI) DOWN. l. rUAIN.-JBDUll- rea-ouat- tc, IN EFFECT HAY KIlAll VI'. TK.vlN.SNQltrH. 1, !87. No. 8. - prl JILE Btie tlj Daily "ally. Ex. Hun. 7 55 a m1 4 03 10 SO a m 7 05 1125 a m 7 35 1147 a m 8 02 12 21 a lii a i 12 33 a in 8 59 12 15 a mi .No.l. No 3. No. I A. No, 7. .STATIONS L're...1 inclnnail .. Georgetown co Daily. ' Daily. 10pm Dally. No. i, DallT Ex. sun No. 6. Dnlly. Dally. J. p p p p luj 8 Hydn, KENTUCKY Jersey Brooders' Sale JCAE y m m f.25p iu OSOp in iu 2ip lKJp ... ... ... ... vmnio 123am'., ... I.. 8 25 111. 5 10 p m'., 9 52 p mi. 12 3Ua in . 7 35 am' 12 m 10 52 p in m 11 20 pin m 11 41pm pm p in 1233a in'., 2 27 a ml.. 550 am,., v'rr .Uarrodsburg Junction,. 2 18pm t5 47 am 206 p m 5 32 a ui' Dantille 3.5 p m 5 20 a m .......Junction City '12 43 p m .... Kinjs Mountain ...Somerset .... 1155 a to ... 1 NletiolaiTille.... Islington 6 42 p ra 10 25 a m C 11 a ra 3 47 p m 7 27 am 4 25 n in 3 20 p ra 7 r a m 4 05 a m 2 51 p m 6 27 a m f.1 33 a m 2 CO a m 2 45 a m 1 20 ...()akdale Cbatt-inoog- t lOOOp mi... siu p m .. 800a in.., Htrralngba m tiUlHW,H a Meridian -- New Orleans , 8 10 a iu 5 dO a ni 10 35 pm I 7 (Op in 4 30 p m I 9 V0 m .. ... tool 7 lo 10 15 .. ... ... .. p m p ra a m am am C20 8 00 p tn 15nm AHOUT 65 am!... 7 30 a ra ... fi 45 p in .... 7 10 p m .....Vlcksburt; ..JJhrereporl. ,mT. P Junction ....Meridtn 2 35 . . 15 a ra 7 53 a m 73)pm am t...r I. lf No 9 IeaTflOakJaledilly exempt Sunday, at fi 15 a. ! , Arrlrlnj at Chattantogt at 9 4). No. 10 leaies Chattanooga at 4.03 p. u., arrtrlng at UikJila at 7. .5 p. u. Mann lijudolr Haiti Sleeping Cars ou all throu jli trains. H. COLLBKN,Oen'l Frt.A I'aia. Agt., JOHN C CUULT, Gen'l Managor, U CAUKDI.l., Oei.'I "upt l; X. UYAN, As-Ocn'l Frt. A 1'asi. Ag?nt. 5V. W. VELL, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. General Office., fit Tattl nullding, West Fourth atret, Clnclnnat!, Oilo t. -- gt 3NT3E3-W- FUENITUEE STORE ! 'i MACK M1DPJF5IAM, IProprieior. Commissioner's t. Sale U r. Cifaui FrctiiiB at T. II. WMlon'n, ' A neAtrriiTL line of Olwiware celved at A A. Warren'. A just re juit as it was beginning to be needed. (ientlk, soaking rain came yesterday, Ik you want the best Refrigerator go and buy the H s Irom Metcalf A Foiter. No messenger on tho express from Louis ville Biinday night, consequently no mail. Sam V. Waii.sacut has been appointed pMtm' er at Corbin, Whitley county, and Junes A. Jone, at Nind in amrd. A a bibpatcii states that Stephen ie in j d Copen-hag- er brutal daughter il at Mnnlicello, charged with assault on an eloven-yeir-olof a woman with whom he had been living. Mu. Hksiiy Bauohmajj will furnish the brick for the new echool building and wants hW patrons to know that ho will not be ablo to furnish uny more outeido of thh contract for more than a month. ii. ir- ' Ladies of the Presbytenan church, proved a very pleasant occasion as well as a very profitable one to thtm. The groan receipts were a little over $115 and the net a fraction over $100, which goci to tho building fund ol tho new church. Tho euppor was excellent In quality and quantity and the ladieaare much ploasod with tho liberal patronage extended them, TiiEHeoson at Dripping Springd epena and during the month board is at the low figure of $5 per week placed On Saturday the opening picnic will be held, to close with a grand ball and music by the Italian bind. Rav. George O. Barnes will arrive that day and on Sunday will begin a two weeks' meeting. Every . VY . f. I u .ktAAllAn In nA.anna body ih inviieu. i"'""1" brioging their own dinner?. D Q. Siaugh The Strawberry Supper, given by tho uiti ler. man or lljbert McAlister, take hold of the tne very springtime ol Hie. bne wad a matter and push tho Lincoln Stock Fair member of the Christian C .lurch nnd died project to a reality. fully resigned to the Master'-- ) will, and strong in her faith of a blissful immortality. The Runaways, Mr. A. G. Huffman and Miss Daisy Uur&sido, returned Friday Her remains were taken to Lancaster yes afternoon, as a very happy huebaud and terday for interment nnd were followed by long procsdeiou of friends, who deeply sym wife. For the benefit of other young peo to circumyent tho old pathiza with the aillicted family in its bepie, who may want people, we give the story of their flight. reavement. As stated before Mis Daley got into the LAND. STOCK AND CROP waiting vehicle on tho Somerset pike and Wanted -- B icon, by T. R. WaltoD. two miles further on wan joined by Mr. A. T. Nunnelley has purchased this Huffmau.'A young lawyer acted as driver pounds of wool at 23 to 25 and planner and he soon bad the loyers at season 10.000 cents. the home of Mr. Clark Reynolds, soma IS Fitzer Broa.' stable at Louisville burn miles from town, where tho parly stayed all ed and with it a nutnbn- of good draft night and until the afternoon train next horses. day when they went to WinQeld, Tenn , Virgio IL, the property of E C. Hopand were made one Ly the Rav. Mr. Still-wel- per A Co,, fell in a race at Latonia and of the Baptist church, the lawyer hurt hereelf badly across the loins. seeing to tho legality of the prooeediugi Winter Brewer sold to A. B. Bonta, and arranging other details. They remain- this week, 20 head of 900 pound cattle at ed nt WinQeld that night and the next day 1J cents, Harrodsburg Djmcrat, toik tho train for Danville, whence they John Traylor is agent for the Johnston cnao on herejby hack arriving at tho Port-ma- Harvester Co., acd would be glad to eerye Houee, 'where they aro now located, in those wish Uine bindors, mowers, As. See time for etipper. Their reason for taking him beforo purchasing. tho route thoy did wa to blind tho old Capt. T. A. Elkin baa received from folks, who would uatumlly think that Bull Buckle, Tenn,, a Clark Chief mare to Cincinnati, Jellico or Chattan be bred to his Arthur Sims, whose reputaoojiv would have been the cbjective point. tion Is spreading far and wide. Tna prtcautions proved unnecessary, howBitighman's Sintaline won another ever, for there was noetlort on the part of uco at Latonia Saturday, beating Jim Mr. Iiurushle to stop the proceedings tiftcr Gueet'd Jack Cocks and a fisld of other two they had gone that far The night of the year-olds- , Distanre five furlongs; time arrivel, tho young couple who tuo both very 1:0-1- purse $350. popular, were mot and congratulated by Squire J. S. Murphy reports that tho hundreds of fiinnds. With a wife as true wheat crop is fully 15 per cent, abovo the as tho noedle to the pole, Mr. Huffman has average in this county and that oats, clover a double Incentive to make such a man of and rye aro good, timothy alone being be himself as will prove to those who objected low the usual crop, to him that he is made of the right materiIn the western cities to date the total al and that they were mistaken in him. That packing from Marcb 1 is 1,705,000 hogs, he will do bo wo have no doubt or that ei- against 1,515,000 a year' ago nn increase ther will ever regret that they followed the rl IftnrWI Prima of (intra urn n limit h inclinations of their own hearts Instead cf 'cents lower than a week ago at Chicago, ! Cincinnati and St, Lonb, the advice of others. l, u ; MONDAY, 1 JUflE, Court-Homo TII, 1SS7, At o'clock r. , or tbcreaboul, County Court Day, sell to the htgheH bidder at public outcry before iho door In titauford, Ky , the following Jvscribcd properly; m A TRACT OF LAND I ! judgmeut, aud bearing 6 per C'ut. inter-e- tt from day of sale until paid, and with a Hen on tho property aa additional security for their Hltiute la M ico'n C uily, Ky., on the wateri of Olar Creek, and bounded as follows: at asuka In Tucker's lino corner to Joe Chan, dler'a heirs, thenca North iVi, Kist Si poles to n take, corner lo same, theucd South 6'J, Eatt 61 polea lo a stake, corner tn same, then South ilH, West 50 poles to a stake, corner to same In Tucker's line, thence North C'J, West 61 poles to the beginning, and remaining :0 aires Said sale will bo raauo to satisfy the nun of CS9 with intcreit at C percent, per annum from September 8th 1S3C, until paid, and the cost ol tbla action. TEIIM.- - H.ile will be made on a credit ol 6 months, urcnaicr lielng required lo execute lionds with apptOTed sicurlty, payable to the Master Commissioner, harlng the force and Mill ill trays luv on hiiud i Inrce and welect line oT Furniture and Under takor'H CJoodH. My irlco will t ax loir tw hucIi KoodH can be boiisht In the oIIIon. 3itc iiic h trial anil yon trill be convinced that I well lower than the lowt-Ht- . WEAREN & MENIFEE O. It. li.t I'ISOX, M C. L. C. C. COMMISSIONER'S SALE I LINCOLN OIHOUri' COURT. J. N. Mencfee, Adm'rof E. D. rendletoa, l'lalii- tlu. ts. O. J. Ncwland, Ac , Defendnnts, and J N. Adm'r of Jas. IVt'dleton, l'lalnllir ya O J, Newlcnl. Ac , x iBxi IlKMB? a3BB x. v Detendants, Cases. Consolidate 1 lrtue of a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court at its Marcn I'mr, li7,ln the aborostyle-- l (ouvjlldattd cases, I will on Ily BIOXDIY, JDXI3 Atln'tlock Court-llouso UTII, 1SS7, y v t outcry blorlhe door in Htanlord, Ky., tbutiudhldrd 4 Intirest of Janu l'cndle-ton- , and the undiTld'd ', Interest of 1.. D. property, In tU) follj.ug dciulboJ p. M., or thereabout, beiug County Court Day, sell to the highest bidder at public .i. s works - x yi X.ifj A HOUSE AND LOT ! tic North sldo of Main Street. In Ktanfoid, lleginniug In fhu Ky., aud bounded as (oilon, ceutruof theSUnfotd a, d , DjnTllto pike near a West 9 poles to a iiilTcrt, thenco North iolej to a stake, thenr South 7.,' W.at S stake East slda cf an aliuy, tbeui 4 tiouth 7J East , 76 100 polea tu (hit So u til sldo ol tho piko, tbenca joles to tbo leglnn!ng, North 74'i, Esst 9 and containing one ball acre of land. The inter-estJames IVndleton will be sold first anl then the Interest of E. D. Pendleton. TE11M3. Sales will be made on n credit of C months, purchaser being required to execute bonds with approred security, payablo to tbe Master Commissioner, baring tho force and effect of ajndgment, atd bearlrg r tr cent. Interest Irotud.ty nt sslo until p.ll.utd Mlth a Hen on the property as addltlouat security tor their payment. tV. Jl. it A VJSO.X, M. C. L. C. C. On 10-& 3(-.- noniflr in Pinpt T,nfff2 ies. Carriages. Surrovs. Photons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road uarts, u arming .impLeuiuiiLa, jukilloo, axiiio Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Sasn- "Rlinrla PinVot Tfincintr. &C. Our StOClC Of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf everlbe- fore, from tne cneapesc to ine oest. All of work gunraiitccO as represented. Prices to suit tlio times. We cat sell you as good vehicles ,, as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our fine assortment before it is.) broken. --- J. It. GHEEX, ARt., IIUHtmiTll.c, Ky. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. , V, , LI Swii-SBceMiilnlm- or lounml TAe OIJ, Ola Story. Thru "the bent laid plana, of mice nd This line, combined atal.lon wlll'iuiko the n of ISS7 at my stable near, Hhtlby I'lty, In Linmen Ritu aft gW hm nluio't n dally ilI'onny A McAllster. coln rouuty, on the Bhelby City .A Knob Lick Turnpike road, al lustration. The piniculir luatnnce referInteresting Experiences. red to in the case cf a youru Washington Hiram Cameron, Furniture Dealer of Columbui, 815 the Season, or $20 toj Insure blood, who, for n niimlerof jenr, has laid Oa., tells hit experience thus: "For three years siege to the heart of a younc lady whose hare tried every remedy on the market (or Stomntucatrtlo-- AND Pkdiiiskk Second Jewel la a blood bay, with black mano and tall, IS bauds I father is one of the wealthiest men in town. ach and Kidney murders, but got no relief, unInches high, with Quo atyle nud a lion. Ho la 0 til I uied Electric Hitters. Took Ore bottlei and The old gentleman looked approvingly on yeara old thlssprlng, was sired by lowla Cunning-Iiatn'- a am now cured, and think Klectrlc Witters tbe best Jewel, heby tbo famoua old Washington satisfactory progress that the youiijt the Denmark. I'lrat dam, Minnie, by McDoual.l'a BIol I'urluer In tho world." Major A. B. Heed, Halcorn; second dam by Wella' Ciuaaiter; third man wa making, but thought it would be of West Liberty, Ky, used Klectrlc Hitters for an dam by a aun of l)iy Crockett, fourth dam a MHI well to see whether it whs the daughter or old standing Kidney ntlectlon and says: "Noth. saddle mare, pcdlgrco unknown. Mr. ,.3w H. C. Pnrrln'a Old Minnie, dam of (Second Jewel, Iui( has ever done me so much food bs Klectrlc the money that I'e wooed so ardently. So waa a premium xnlmal from a rolt up to an aged Hitters." Bold at 50 cents .1 bottle by Penny A one bripht day he cilled the would be mare. Second Jewel baa been shown 31 times and McAllster. worn tbeallck tic Jl tlmee dafeatinl only thrcu lo him and told him blandly that he times. A Captain's Fortunate Discover. was not averse to the uiarmce. but that will nbn aland at His ai 11" stai le, thn fine Cipt. Coleman, acbr. Weymouth, plying between yoiingjatk, when it was coneiimoistpd be mint take g t) PCS City aal N. Y., had been trsublcd with Atlantic care of her himelf and ml expect her to n comb aa that he was inutile to sleep, and was hpS aannaiii iiusMUaaaiaaaaaaaaBBMaBal 11 take care of him, or, in other words, that induced to try Or. King's New Dlseovcry for Conit $S to lunate n l.tic Colt. He is Mii...M ba n f. iv .1 tin Uf re r nflccncnt. blaik, It handa liuhe huh He waa aired br This was done An Indiana farmer, who told his boys to sumption. It not only jars him lnrtaut relief, oould not support litem he f aldwi'H'a Wing lllaik Hawk, ll by Wlodlirde, "en.! for bo V ! M thi 1. "la Ifr e he b Itibertton a -- nmpvui, be by Imp Mam solely as a blind, for tbe pater fWtliru burn every bumble bee's nest they found on but alUyetl tbeextremo aoreneis in bis breast. lininririu ltt..t lAT.in ( M.at'a, f.s. motli. Ills dam waa by Mlgall'a lllack Hawk, children wr ulralUrly nQected and a tingle Ills reoulld dam was rnla.l by Mile Maxwell and wm doubted not that the bjr was sincero in his the farm, anil who w.ts complaining at the doe hvt tbe same happy Dr. King's New Money due anas the Colt l u lHarlrd Jatk. affections. And so they parted, the fond falling of bis clover seed crop, was surpris Discovery Is now tbo standard remedy In the loaltd or uiKr perti.l with Lien relalt! on all lovr avowing hi unutterable attachment ed when Mauiice Thompon, the naturalist, Colenun huiisehold nud on Uxrd the schooner. Thlat powder nir r rarles, A luirrel ol purity, coin till will rharcin am paid.rewaonabla ratu Paaturaga) be furnlthed al this Muro rmtHHuleoi Will riak.' Hie 'eaet a i.oti m i.it a'al.lai oBe and his entire KillingucM to whuilder the said: ''That is why your clover seed fulls Free Trial Itottl of Drug Standard l'.emedy at strength aud wholrroiuenett. ran not be tola Partlug with nare forfella the Ineuranie than tho ordinary kin l, and Penny A MeAllster'i Store. I. T.S.lMHIHlIt. mile ffom vtaliljrd ik tiie Mahloi i .U lliiatou compctlloii with tbo multitude of low lent .abort responaihtlities of his propecive new life. you. Humblo bees make your clover seed " Ahelby City, Ky. . Hie Turnpike weight alum or lhnphUi inwdera. Snldonly la But tl.e i) d KeutlemsnV experiment work- It is a fact that a strong nest of bumble bees HuYjtLllAKIMI IUTIIKa (V, CrtDI. A($tOl IiiMiircii t.ilitK oil. 1M Wall Strict, New York ed like a rmru The young aian has never in a big clover Gild is woith ?20 to the He ia I i old 1'. handa IiU'i a eaullful shown up from that day to this, and now owner; for theje infects are the chief agents Lay wlih an. nine and .all and Vhen lltby n u sick, w pare her CaMnrta, fietlex' model and a titural aa Idle bora, The yourg in fer.iliz'ng toe blossom, thereby injuring er "all he's are off," as it Whtn aho wa a CfcUJ, the crlel to Castnrta, Hlreil by llubhlo'a Denmaik. kn "Wi aa (in Time. i h'ef. Ji bT Membrlnai lai.yirliMin In.' Tint .lain, Motile Mount, by Cabbie's Islington lady and her fa'her ar cmcratulattrg a hea"y crop of seed. In Australia there When she became Mln, sh oliiDg to Castsria, t'y Mn il.rmo I .trmiiairr iliiihedain ol i.oliah anoud dam by Voun( Ameiba, he y laylnr'a I SO, Hia suna aluil 't! and his daughters arc tbe M..iii;r, Ihlnl daw by Miller' tbenirelveu nt the narrow esctpe the bank are co bumble bees of our kind, and they Ticu tho hvl Children, she 'k wnirb 5re them Cwtont. dams of IS Iu the J j I si lea hi in a double eruMOf the tmai aeddV.U. k My hie alAlllan, Web b will make the Hima of cccauut.has made, and tiie Oooby is look- cm M not raise clover eeed there until they Kriranon la half brother to ilc, recoi I u!2!S', n thn witrl.l fourth ilam by John blunt. . ,' ISsT al luy plae, known aa tbe John l.loyd at a r ulil aud Kld lu lluiwii Mobutr tbe ' raiv bon.ofkUday,fll Ii l.n iy Waiy ing around for a hole to crawl in Mean- imported some. Tburmau farm l'.mllw from Shelby City, ami thalagelorjinoiin between th Manfurd A Danrllle aud Inoitlle 1st dam br Ikelor, by old Pilot, atreol Plll, Jr.. Will lis i aland at lue Mian p'a my t, time nnother fellow, with cood Mrd hore If the law regulating i inanity which J, k A Ilustuarllle Turnplkea Jt (IJIn.'S)lltl) MPilot aire I thedaiuaof Jay Ky Nutwood ; 2 in; Mad senfe, came along and married the cirl, and Isads to murder were so amended as to suband il JSM,', tH, ST3GVE $10 TO INSUHE A LIVING COLT In the 1W list iJeiuhriiioCblel aired ijwy 'I Horn curs them a ject the murderer when he enters the plea the generous fithfr Wouioid Mrmbrli'o I l',. Hrlgcwll At Sill to liiHiito it l ltieiXKLKY II OILS K, boodle.-BaltimAmeri of lack of menttl re'pancibility to imprisolt l.trimi I - la M.. I y llearr ey Money due when rolt Is fueled or mare nart- - 2:W4, Klsk's MauibrltHi Chlel goodly pile of due rn marlimeor pert. 1 ivK, Membrlnu 8ur t a Pilvl with at wwuli rowu nl with. MDICUM.l.Kl., Hi. la a witb J.' khan.U I liu w wnla. r can bai-donment in tbe asylum for life, such cine Welch la l hl;h and waa aired by 2 17, North flar i.K'i. yearaold in luna ful. ii ,. I'lrl. William Welch, .lam (y. by Frank Wolfonf, Iicommi, Jr., la a ao.M black iu ban.ia nign, aal by Alklu'a Klb( William and br r Klr. a would ho far lesi frequent. There would II. H. imiXKLKV, - I'ltOlMllUOir. sire of Cook.w, lecord 2.2;, The Stiffest War Story tet Told dam by Jo and weighs l,aj lbs. He ia a hutw tbal lip, flrat dun k n.i Ipum i hltuarlf even If be had no pedlar, tlut KluK Phillip, ahi4 ,i(.,i r M..rr a. d a si,. I l.t Mooer, S.1 dnin by a dray IU?le bora. He has beuothin iu this contrary to public policy, - d be j iiitot General Lilley, who foucht under Genor I ia new In weaMlng tbe bluod that In d.ma abould make hhu Jim I'ort'T Tbia Is fitted MteralcolU tlut are of line, good ali This llolf and atyle "itxj resperl and jai a I us ii tnt ii ..a. it l,, thill always be He Urcl large and Is a aure fal getter, aad la meof the grandeet alallioua In Kentucky. l.ni-l- r theConfederite side, hKS hr a man who becomes suddenly tasane uplnexeWkut tyl. Tbei! floe al Jab Eirly on ral of bia i ia jai Kaob f n lee will be u.l tbe of kind dit4Mltlun. A lad r ran drtT hltu In upplll with thdellr uli ol tie wtwnlnc tu ir broubt ion- inn Irr-- .1.. lara ruurderoii) incltnilions on oue ocoa room baen viiiing friend iu New York City with clean aBdrouihirUblo. IIUmJI.SJ per day. aattly. lie was never handled a dy for apeast ; .t'j, it. i tit it is. but shows cot trottlns uetlsn Mawlorl. Ky The general lost an arm at the battle of sion is lhblu to do tho stme thing ovrr $IoTO l.SLKK A .MAKi: IX I'OAl.. nds of a U'orW agiiri and if he was not insane tbe Carter's farm, in 1SC2. He told At the aame plare anl on tlm Mine terma Parting with r moflDg nitreout cl lb n.IgH I wlllaUuauindiuy Jact, UII.I.IaM l.VI.K. at borbwu t ieu lets niuney 4u. reporter that when he was struck by the jn'tice would ouly be subserved by confins ,S He la a blark, I i'4 hamla high and Will alaa aUcd Nntle ment for life. fOivensboro Msenger. aired by t.yle'a IiUortcd Jatk, and uut of a bullet he fell among some rock ha This neatalllu will luiVe theawwoi (. IJ1Tt to take orders for all kinds ot good Jenne- I am now prep-ut-lying on his bick in a per'ectly helpless JIV ( i 1:0 it a ; it kx c 1. rm. 1 x. n the There is a little railroad running between plants ant wtll hirctbMu nudy at any time net .I.il'K. McKI.UOY, me farm, t mllea from tan f.ud and Ibmallle ike condition, a hu;e rattletnake crawled on Htllsboro and Cbapel Hill, X. C, a die efsAry. My pMnls are frm tho Wet sol and are At friO on the we (ondltlona aa alua He haa the txst warrantfd to THK M Y s.U'IUI-hia breist and "Sen half way hcws slop tauceof 10 miles. It has a president, three rAUIiN. protrii hlmaelt to ! a au pel lor breeder, baring AT vl6-t- d O. .VKII ..tA. $15 TO .1 CIH.T. jiruluced H)Uie ol tb txat tuulea Is this and adn.Veshlp stretched his Stanford ped. Tnen hi joining rounile and la alao a goml Jernet Jack a necreta.ry, a auditor, a I.MCRIPrinS AXI) PrfJlr.mi-VMm- o,,, He la l"', ban la "Ugh, neorlr I. la. k wild iiujIt head on a il it s;oue an i rtulwl his r.ittlea general trsflic manager, a general freight llaiub rlnnlan t a la. k Imree, foalrd in I ! ptata auj ,rueia: b.aWt up Ml c itaa Iwn handa htb, two wbltri Ukli I atrial ,r Siveral on theother side of the genersl ;. f. roirt:t.i., a general ticket agent, a purchasing .. ......u .,m. T nrratK llaaablrtunlau agent, lit DK.J.S. J'L'ltDKTT, ." , illra froaa Huloinlll. on the Huatont le Jam Kan. (.mora, I. y i.m', Vermont, ynd il.iu wounded men on their wav lottie rear ciine agent, a superintendent of motive power Ia folded May 1, 1ST." run luahoony t.17 A i.11 My l iri.p.k lot. I, I. iiti.tn ' juiii, Ky H'Kk wn, by tlrloi'a Voraahl ,. ht In.,, alone, aad hedi 1 not know whit to do to at and an assistant general rasmger 13 effi M1, handa hlga, henry inane ant tale, la atrlrlly hire, 3rd dam Utllo hiallT, by Waner l r ir OCULIST, flneacl lancr, la both a nttu-a- l and p'tant t harlee. Iy Hir Arrhr. lib dam x'm.i ,,. If he shouted it cars in all. It is siid that when the tele tract their attention brieUs Imp Ualalbaa. Slbdam br Paikol.i ih .1.. .i BROUIIEAD KY. aad Hera can fan y, an I twore uniform breler of &j i . . ,.. He la high-tato pernicious ac graph wire not befoun iii,nilllTer, ib dai.i br "aijiaiM atyl would aroue the repi h in, tb h down the efficer' s'ring them on both aldm toihe third Kin'ratlon, ia backed dam i.y Hannibal j .lam br si :.t i.y How rl .l , tivity. There he wv, wounded b a nor- 8'l7e- akn? the road and all Ti- I'.a t"T r.ra, anl upby thnriuih lr..U on Nun aldee, loaktn; him In Hrure'aHtud HiMkol I . are has a Jit mexicrlc I h 1' mesais very actlra and aprtghliy in gait, In tortu and No. T I elandard I n.Ier Itule ne livie vf cav Vetnic.nl llamblebinlan la a due bbr b -. ) A. 1 "It rt iilir Irci 111 thern bullet and held a prisoner by a snke pased along by word cf mouth CiAl atten'l iialTenl t" tn ur fl wat Tie and of all w II aland tiulsh a perlett uiulrl. He waaalrrnl by the liolili btme. and a nn- cil tiri-- l I all'' a it palleuli of thcnjei N me utllpter Denmaric, he by iioJ.Unl'a Dcmuark, ty William W.I, b. tbe tire ..I II9 finally mmtered enlBjient strength to n be tijr (lalnes A L'rowwell'a Hrnuiark, h by the 1a . .J i r. Jer.mUh 2 ',, lb..U- - T can ir .1 Tbe Vanderbilts have decided up"n a cu- c ueJ ; , ," . raise his woundtd orm and one of the solrace. hrse IKnuiark, be by Imported lledglord waa ...1..1 niiniv ntirarecord tlrl by Ktadikt 1st dam was aired by sir Wallare, he by rious business eeterpri-e- , which in its workIlls ItambltlMlan. prttate Ui dam tbe dan diers saw the -- ignal He approached, and Wallaro he by Mr Albert (thoroughTwo II HI ft" Ijiii aat.r, on llir Su if ird t Ik- - at .. Knira't Prlnr,. I r. aad by Imp r..( bred second dam b) trglntiia (Jain ol Ylrglolua olio-- 1 and .r o( iweul mil, iroitrr Ktl. a on getting neir the pros'rate efficer saw the ings will be benevolent, but whicn will not Jr. Mambalat ! br Tranby, tboro.igh bre.li he ly the celebrated TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON le-ir. 2dm by a tcoail Kiaud sou . by liap Mi-- 11. , glance. He have any air of chari'y. Ic consist in horrible situation of Hi ilrs at a .Maauii a ivnip 3 dam a ftlup mare fiii.mt liota lb. 11..1 building residences in the suburbs of Xew ; Will make itieaeaam of lS7 at my larni. dykalUmbleleailtti tlm graadmt aire walked a short distance bick, picked up a r. I tulles from HuatoiitiUe bear I jrenter' aiaiixn, Wi'b j rttileeof return In Ihm1. ur tv Iraurante. OHla ermont rombm d. Urked briirln.o, , b and wil. f permitted ton-tisword from the side of a dead lieutenant York and selling them at cost to actual oc IiIkI. will make a an- - li. a aann itysdrk a Ha laarea a: Arthur Slwa la hjr (Ja Knot IIO be by Ver- blcloolaH. by A Wallah. K111 of Mambrino ilam I y and creeping up slowly bahind, cut the cupants, ct tbe same time injuring the own Th Tjr.d.reiiijwnel Knt, the f 4 011 1 Derk- - $10 (Iiu Seimon ur $12.50 lo' Iu. mont lleru, At ilia dam waa Ldy Arthur, 'y linn Hvll.ouoder, i dins by Uiaiji. a ll.mi, iull, ia IWiurron Chief, by Mawbrlni nlef by Manibrlno m,lilinl.r Inf. Miwrirr, ..e'vii The Ntirt) a UvliiK Colt. suppose," said General era against the loss of property in case the er.t vm, Dm pi'arai I -i in two rattler "I celuhratKl t'luuu A vVarri. anl tbe John Payinisler, A. Arthur hlma la a bay, I' ', handa. Kill's Vmi.ioui by IubIbsj's Vrriuoa' aire, head of the family dies before it is fully ChurihA Co 'a iua.ll.iaj ilbt bind Ki.it whit, foaled im IU.'. thedamo huUma 2 in 1st dam I.y ( Mar. a committed to t iy tarejnd breedloa; will Lilley, "tbe rattle?nske was across my ,ti , wrauml attention. (lraa furulihul at lie la a handxHnely finished (vlt and kirwl to atar. (Harkley'alron ol Columbua, an 01 (utiBleme I was too paid for. The bouses will be sold ou yearbreast for fully half an hour. 2 tt iaxl dan I.y reaaonaole rate, to lie paid for before the reuwra-o- l Ilehastxon bamllnl a little aul prunlam wel'l d alir of ibe da.ua jFIL C3r ly payments, which will not amount to . No reoponsibully fur airUenta or lie lo.ublnxi the atralns or the haadhMHa Hlark .i.iiiF.inj. .1 1.1 cam ny Man a a'renf lb. mates weak from the lo's of blood to move a Hawk and atom MambrlboCblel faMilliea. failing with marea f irMta tbe Inaurane-la a ilam of Clieiax l 41. I. Ill's Vermont la . Anyone lfatilns anr!ent aad what breath was left me wis kept one than about three times a fair rental. alcal Imtru'iient will .lo wt-- ant dura'de deairablealork hurae, aud on hia alre'a aid traree Ilnnnsvll-- r - 21. mark Maria IK',, tbe aire limb, t., xamlce our J. STEELE CARPENTER. twice tu Imp Meaaeuger aud twice t his dam's I.Vt.andUtau 2.IUU. atw aire ol ibe Uir (ak . prlab-)ibrni- i vv'h ir, chaaln ami for tbe at a verr Iot ebb, s at cu to disturb the Djring tbe reign ol Queen Victoria aide. (lamUlla W like. 2.2a!. Die Knic2 2i,, N,lll. I m,.) will wir. Juin Churia A C, anta Marea kept In auy manner dealred. at ownrr'a 2 2S',1 utlawJSV,, Pearl 2 H. La.ly (aflaili reptile " there have been erected G 500 buildings for rani our I'la i0 loi k'Tt-ar., koiI our Organs risk lleatrir2 l' Udy Palehen 2.W'4, .ml Kmi 7. .1. KI.IIIX, ui u.r rum noo in ( loii,-t-i 2 IJ,. and aire 01 Ky Iu. ky T.iere are, it seems, so far as ascertained worship in the Church cf England, as A HarreuOrgin ij! tiTetvn are fie the M'nl n.l uuit reliable datnof PbllThompvi5.im, r 1. Instrumenta iiunufir-uOur lntruuienta 13S species of mosquito. About a quarter sgaiosi 3,000 by all other religious commuUyadyk'a llamoirtonlan. by Ablallah. aire of a tbe aire ar the lo.iuifi e Iu atiufnd, where ciubiiweu Orn Knox, 19. Standard t'nder llnle Bar tllJi.n f.4.1. .1 u i u haft la hi,-li-. Kent mar, t.y Imp br !,'.'" Xf' by Messenger ( h'tf 1st of them are distributed in North America, nities put together. Ssven new dioceses Mlsa l(o It ciaids 1.1 alate prlc, et. Verm int .' ot Arthur Blnse, waabrl by llaolel lleualla. llellluubder, 2ml dam tins lire, Peraoua wuo nare pun tiaK'l tUea- - Initruueoti dam by Imp ncythlan, Jim iyby Uouuer a Jr lie 3 dam (Iray Hero, Vt ,and wafoalI In 1AM aun was by Vertuu t bletoninrddaiHolleria,!lby by llisli..i liar. f.ip. M.Urn" largely among summer resorts. It is said have been founded at home and sixty-tw- o will lejtlfy II vaSwarchw, of Harney their duraliiaty an J flfot flalih III. let dam by IJile, I dam by Onstntt a llaiublatonlan la Iha a'r of .VrtiU j 1. n will l by Hill's Mr !- ton u' Ilia ilef, t In there are kinds that uny como in winter as in the colonies. Within the last half cf her twiatiala-ilo- cUJ to terre tav put. 11. aud rfuarau dallah aire Meoentfer ('Mamkrlno I ij Hat. by Ah ry, tul tlunaden Marn public trial ati'har-ymra oil aad s: olbera lib reeords 012 or beitrr also. I Pilot, datu br Meaariier, I dam Hurix. Krjrd2.JlS tbe dams ol Trinket 2.11, and .Uothaia with Klder W. I. Williams, r( utionvllle. also rep reign, 31,000 000 bus been voluntarily by Mambrino Chief, 3 dam by Imp. Isapolntn 1 l.H. well as summer, but the truo businei mos '" reaeuls Ih John Church A Cu . aud will l Anton; tbeget of nn Knot with reeords In onla si i 3D or better dam by Trtupeal. ile.vn;er Climf lrel Maud pltat ermobl dtawnlHK'al . by Hill a Nlark Hawk , in summer, usui'lr about bed subcribed for church purp?ss and q'lito coms 22, od o tv. fo Ms frteaila Messenstr 2.1b1,, Marrel Z ii, (iua 2,11 and many .' JO or letter, are tbeflluiiix Ijwly Maud I.lfti-Caumrs 2.1!H4 Indrpeudeme i 21, UHU-r- t .s'. It A: lt. h'boi treof hihan Allen 2 Ml,-- Veronal Oowuinc , others (leailnnl tu wiu lame on the turf. VOOK, agenu. time, and stays until tbe weither is too 000.000 in eiomentary edacition in volr.nla i , abd aim Victor la a Ire of tri. dama ol o Abdullah Pilot, by Alexander's AIkUIIaIi, law 2.2,, Kmror VKnot 2 171;. Knot 2 W1 IlkKKKKNCK IhedamoiMaaihrtnoHrui', Ibet r of Ikul aire v. 2 U, Knox ihiy 231,, l'wi.ful 1 Harry Public Opinion . Mambrino Cblet; co'd for work. Only the female insc ry school. John D. CriHi tar. Iliiitonriiln I i;ilj. aolt 2 2baj. !...,, B midlna, by 21V ) by l'jrkir'a aetund data Kuox I l Ilia aona, C 1 er2J. MetnerCromwell, Kelalre, dam, Drown Pilot. Stan ord. Jhum Illll'a nla. k Hiw, by tiherman Morgan. I).m m bites. In boring ijr blood she uses a long worth. Couin, l.iBeror WillPilot lr.- -i Plckard i W , Hel Jim 1 Ail odd practice prevads in regard to Man'onl, A. it B.alr. "'tintorl J Mrs 1'nllii.i' He..u Illll'a Kin Uwk 1. 11 I anuie N.anior.i iam, (ten Knux Jr Iihii. LUbttoot, rlll.rt.th. a fast troll I nr mar rero d 1 ii; Mem r.i-- r Chief alrl Maud of e7en distinct parts, The drill uiide up Farra, Ijiic nier tanlrai-i- , Kn.x.Julea Jurenaen, Knnx IWiy, l,on Morris alreol Hell or Bralota2..a. Lancet J.:: Ktban ctouraing for decaaeed relatives in Caret thsrleasaiidldgc, fiiitV J City, W. MIjiniaster Allen .!2S, and Vuung Amerl.a 2.21 and 1. J tnitioi Payne. M I.lmo, WhalvUme Knox, and Phil Alexander's AUUlUli, by P.ysl)lc'a male, who is not a bick biter (because of Any one who has suQerad such a lcs goes Prin.heriTl le I M Wnodlord Knox hare sired the follow Inn with ol the ilam. of lliaiaetie 2.'2.tS fxinfiM ,' (apnt.r Twel Katie Imrlinj. Aiexauder's Tenwwe-JiMrs. MKlsHf'me' ( r, and alao the (bun le rol Hi i Or lard O T Wal-- I his inub lity to bs, and not through any about for a Uuldanuth Maid III, Kiawliud 2.2I., records of 2 .1(1 or belter Iron Axe 2 l'.'l(, Opllola Hawk laitilly, that haa la Ibe b a.e and yetr watrin,' a kind of pointed e. I..ttics'. r j .,j jTr Major Fdwll 2.W, tit. Klinore 2.",, Irank K ? 2i, , Nellie Wailq 1 20 ., aud lemaieliue TUur.lle virtur), Ciu hum around at night aud add basket on bis head, which completely hides 2 30 or battrr ..MO He aim aired Aliuonl. Helinant. Iiltura. (Inriealt If. Palmy At i"',. Walla, o IA1,, reiM.ui. something to tbe discomforts of the bedonelliy t'hlif, toother with the daws f Jerome UUiair;..', Maud Muller IU', Kilty Morria Urea. Coiinut.ua (llukler'al. br Ol I (Vio,.,!, ,. . .. bis face, and no one is permitted to address Uly .'l''v Katie Mlddleton til, Hill Tnundrr .'to tnul. 1:1. J0I111 P. limit ir,'. lillbieth Cvufldroie2 2 Irani. a Meaaewrr Mar. In tho way o' good q'lali-tte- t, him or speak to him chamber. Mall f:vt, hha ljw llamb'n hnox 2 .'. 2 It wts by adopting Hid Culuinbua. 2 lV, roarertwl a er, brouc Cri.aiid i ' HI k p. .' " Arthur f .' HO Him Canada. Pirn oltTooflletiie leeMUKer Chief Jr will mike tne piraent m (q iitoj f.iroish fond for tiihes J a CjIumiVa, .11. NaTli;ator 2 Al, a( the mourner's bonnet as a at my lme l', toilea Irtnu UualooTl Iron Hie Ku i, i r :.'.', Ho e IT, imrrr, 2 . that the Koaaii. nodi ', aud i.l.i ( in turn are eaten by us, and blood is which l'ra li'.t Isvllle plke.et lumbual im,. amlals.ilraof thi. ,,ma ol Hen early Jesuit missionaries succeeded in pri MuiiiltXi, uuiae N 1 2U, Naiurl.a, j (, provided for tho thirsty motquitoes. Besides $10 TO IKSUKB A LIVING COLT and making ) outu; Columlius la the lr. uf IK'-- i wi II .' id ... uioeqaitoos serye to purify etandiug wuter abou'. unquestioned by iiori- u- ai il .ba bn I aora mat bar. anjbady. "I rcy lue arben roll l l.aled i.r mare r''"t al" Ill; lior bMt. r 11, in u(lllll mulartal itii Jencss or mjq'i;anl V owp:rt lTews ti na lathe tmndir i.tb Cu'ui.il.ia lamily il.iifi will le pa to red at fi r mi,in, Uissiscippi Valler Z: W t will not .Mr. Biecher bad j unpad from the irt n reaponaible for an ldM bi.iJ waa to Ibe H.at what al... I'il,,i .r wi. tow. Ia a matttr of choice the sleepy utn ,lwl K. mucky riltts. v. . 11. it. 1 11.11 7r6idJ2i4fc.''iiiCTMa ittntixsox, would tnka msUra without a mornen.'s to the pi itf.irtn at one of the Ptatiocs lo gn BY DAYLICHT tOUiSVIHC HC AlBAKTA CH1CA6O At Ij- Miatoririi' "mn," as he alwsys ctlle I lus wife, a "and through the CANONS ol NEW RIVER and Hesitation. My taiailliiii, RIDGE, passing WHITE wicb. ''Alt" gii .loom- - und sd f m-- d and SULPHUR SPRINGS and ether Summer Hesorij ol th A HOW THE MAYOKE53 RUNS A TohN. atlricled tbe attn'fon of an old lady, who Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. of a northern Ktnsa; totvn Mayor-Tho rrfeni vumi' ,11, SM I LAM .1. ll.ltll apprvt. he I her and fall "yinptth z nfcIy: PKTSST BUKSI22 CLIKAT3 IN ASSBICA. Will fmale th I VN 'n ii.l'..iu stai,lrd on I'll ! thn II I fVl.T who wis el'C.ei under the new womtu suf-fra.,inr ei p. a." i VHt to himirf a lirlii; 'Caeernp, tny deir rjiiitm. che'r U . a. law last ivsek, ctme down. to iter ofObscnallon Can from Karawna Falls to Charlottes-till- Volt, iwine m d' in Is a Bueioiii-. Surely whatever nxy b your trial, ji u ' at) Id anl Grtakfast to Suppa; Ircm April 1st to Decem- bund borM I'. ti la Iji'i ..1 n Ii''y. aei urea 10 ir iifVn ARBDCKLES COFFEE WRAPPERS. fice the other day with a Mother Hubbird Hon .ird I'aa roa f uu clm lid lire dm . ber Ut have cnuee for great thankfulncs to GjiI A' it if u.tx in the Mayon, and as he stt lliKKitiiinic. Ky who has tlveu you such a kind and atten ONLY SOLID TRAINS l'h PULLMAN CARS 1 Promium, THE MOST RAPID or's chair the city clerk noticed that slie tive son." Sl.000.00 2 Premiunti, S500.00 oach Lsuisrille, Cincinnati, and Lssin2t:n, 4: had a' hole in the heel of ber flocking and 5 Premiums, A one hoe lawyer, who i too 1: zy to la S250 00 " Iv r 'i' .ij tfd I f'fer the xreit i..iiiiiieriial .'t-- 1 was to one side. He report that her butle 2 i Premiums, 0100.00 " to t'leObl Itirei at.d . t lilvnilo, and heme 'or at anything, is the leader of the "Lt 100 Promiums, 11 . it time R.i'l cJ the fact to his wife, his ifts told the hir tuoa Hiiliuifcl.ta trains l.c S50.00 ' bor" party in Kentucky, twren nil p..lnra In IhnSimth, or to the IIVm' Honest men, 00 Premiums, S20.00 " ed girl, the hired g'rl told her follow, her and A iirth irrnt. riieioutite'tiarl uf tlili tialu I.30Q who have work to do and the will to di it, Promiums, S10.00 " nil IrunL ImiM la denominated 77n' J.lllHf. fellow told the city marshal, the cliy mar oil I'.i'iu'vmh. TboauN.rbrolllnai. ck w im- ' r fi '1 ii j,, ,,(lIlN ,, Un. the Mayoress, where upon tbe find no time to waste running after such ehal told I I iv Hive pmro'ii I'nlilllltvil Comoft. i. ,t f i,i ' CO-.ii. nil Coupon llckt.i tllllcea III the city clerk got fired and the town is sjtudal blatherskites as Wood. His convention at fk.ii r.i i". ljfi 2&xiu&.Yfrii you will bnd our llmo tublua and tfrketa ay LtGrange will be the failure that it de- rjasHtttij yet .Voiixil And stilt lo JJouuu, If ized. Ths Mayoress said she would wear you wabt tu b.ito money aud lute a ploaaaut Jourbe, Connects In samo depot In Washington lor Owenshoro Messenger her bustle in front, behind or sideways and serves to ney. I. I). MrCOKMIl K, (leneiol Pasjenjer AKent. Coir.i.'o. BALTIMORE, it waa nob)d;'s bu'inoss. It is needless to Lsu Ciang, by a Bpscial act of the Lg ( ity Ticket Auciila Hiid Ullketa: j PHILADELPHIA, I -A UliK.'aKli, 227 4th Ave.. I.oulsvlllo Ky. say thtt the fair Mtyoren is Mitur?, has just ba6n admitted to pracNEW YORK.1 I. M TnauKNcit, 12U V ne at., Cincinnati, U Direct route to Wichita Eigle. tice in New York courts B. H. BURNSIDE, Mr. Chang, as the pioneer lawyer of his race in Americt, LYNCHBURG, The Hjtdteia Frleilana are exceeding' oitoriMi int i:i DANVILLE. Tin: has shown great nptitude fot his cVisen Thio Old Well - Known And all points In ly quiet, kind and gentle in disposition, a Maintains ita HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL Hotol which U a great desideratum profusion in the way he handled his first VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. characteristic case, lie moved for a continuance. High Roputation, in a profitable cow. By virtue of the strong -E- XCURSION .11 A1MHHS OF TICKETS IN SEASON.' AND which they p John Howell waa killed by a pack pf aad vigorotia constitution I HOTjICITET). This rtno Hull will stand tbe rtauui now com lih IvffiriletSr ls Determined that shown thetaeelvea able to wolvea in Fulton county, Ark., which afeess, they have .Nu . rJooond to no Country menccliU my stable on the Lancaitii P Ikeun IS KPCKL'T MAY I, '8 No 4 r, I bate secured the rervicrs of u Dally half utile from Stanford Court House at withstand climate changes, and to adapt terward attacked threa fihertnon ami Hotel in the State in iti Fare, HMI) Kx rjun and prnpoe tu turn out work done up only wl'U tlm prbllege ui moollng tlm co tin Appomtmenti, or Atten- iu the highest 8tylu nf tbo Tnnsoiinl Art. My til the row prorea lu rail. .Mouey duo when ruw injured Jamed Thompion, themselves to tbo varying conditions of shop Is c. rurally liwaud, next door to Wearru'i I ttr.t BMrvml. tion to Comfort of Louis Ropubli. St. I.to I)iilvllle ; :u p.n ,; .no , A Menefro's. I am rrewa'e.l ti llx tho "bangs" different counlriea.-alro, Hrrlcrt, his sire Mbujuis of Oranksnness, or Liquor Habit, can be Cured by ArrUxliulon their Guests il u y , n 50.1m of younK ladies iu a manner truly enticing. A Apollo and Hum liu4iiiii rioutbrru ll.au- can. " White f'ulpli'.r npruui... 12 00 u'e a M a d call from both lli.ila.ltri and gntleiiioM of aimlnuterlng Dr. Haines' Oelden Specific. iiiauoiiviiie(Y ji jnutlj a ID p m 11 0.) a ui and tbo public genert'ly ia Tery respectfully Maiquls of Adtlenu's dam, Adelluc, liet aire "freoof The thread used in Brussels lace is of the It can be kIvcii Iu u cup of coilco or tc.i ultli-H- it II- - t.; 8 In p in I 05 p in solicited fron.tb. ., ch0Vn",idi, UJI.I, KIAfl. Impirud Untie Tout-d- am liuporltd I.udy I'lali-e- r. " ihiuuumui Newport NewII 15 u in 5 15 p ra the knowletlso of tho person takliiR It, uf. The finest quality ia pur further particulars as to pedlre euo II . greatest fineness. in l ommerrlol TrarrJrra. The liar will " OM Point Couifjrt 11 10 a ui ii 10 p ffctlnu a speedy am! icriii:iiient cute, wlietlicr K II H ! " Norfolk the cholCMl 12 ?0 pin 50 p m 5"'l Uh nd Claara spun in dark, underground rooms, for con- Hie patient is a mmlerato tlrlnker or an 'IblJl'sa rery liuo youni; Hull from a celebrat.jfjrjrTi ft jnurt. aalbct . " Washltiijtou 9 7 p 8 . p iu SaW rtineilf Ja. -- Al AnownlTuat wreck. IliouiiiiuU of UniiiKarils liavo ed lautlly ot inllkira Including tlio cow Hcuo, tbo " Malrimtiie tact with the dry air cauies the tLiead to Tl'.-'ilII 2 pin II '.a. p 1.1 I'nuilhu 0 great! at of u. r day, hir owi.it Imi I n reluaed been mmla temperatu men who hate taken tho ijt.k p uuvruAN, and i.leet. TO 6 tlAYH Xi " PnllaJfiphlt .i f.'i a u. n i'ii n in for ber. break; so fine is it a, almoet to escape the (lOldi'll Simcllli! Ill llli'lr 1'iilTon ulttuoir n,i. Woluva aol ctflUr. T Ivaraatia e, n,1 t J TO O iv " New Voclt 1 J3 rv 'J-- J a., ii V a in fi 20 n n. liavu taken tbe H and In cutty ia.a I: Nun cattle causa Blrlauira, 1 lie llolu " I.aiitaniamfactica. helium otlicyiitilt tlrlnk-itif' A background of dark paper is kuoH ledKe, and eight. lead as the Leal lor the family, nud u ctuaa with of their own freu will. HTANPOKD, No harmful wrcct Ufdoul ttlli, KY. For TlL't.ts, Ht A lilt t X- I.I.l, Iiilonuatloii, etc., apply at tho bliortln rn inxluciaa very Uuu unluial. placed to throw out tbe threads and the resii'.ta from In administration. Cures Ktianin-feeItranCieshilCj. Tleketollkonraudnaa will buy all lb mal- - calves begottou by this liltce-oo.- uu aldo Main atroot, tvrs Hudaon.K. but one heml for circular ami full p.irtlculan. 1)0 Bull at gd ,ilci ,dtHirI at wcaulug time. room is to arranged as to admit vi. v. hii'Kn t. ii. w. i'(il,m:k, ClnclnDttl.fl Aililre in piniHitfiiee (Joi dk.v &PKCIr'IC C'0 '2d Vita- - I'l.alilni. work- Ohio. Uu'l l'asa'r Air' IT. II. MII.I.V.ll, Pure Niiroiu OjIu. On adwiui. of liyh "r""5 l'-Sl I by riu;jln. eiagle .. . i j,j; (lino 'V Ufc.. m -ISO-- tt tantuid, Ky. i li u. u. , .. u uliv IU Ky. flU. ti.'JO. tea-soa ye son-in-la- Sbo was a lender, paulonate thing, full of ell thore sweet, emotional charms that lead to engagements which calmer reason tl r ws a difleicat light upon. She sang Sbe did not only try to sing, as most young women do. Sne could sing, and she sang. She liked pretty, sentimental ballads, and once forgot the point and drove a fellow away by giving him, with fine expression and forgetful enthusiasm, that beautiful musical advice, "lt:d Me Good bye and gel" and went. Sbe He b.ide ber good-bCould not understand what he meant, until d through the eyes she read acci dentally the legend on the page of music. It is needless to say he returned. It is no use asking how s'ie did it. It wouldn't do you any good to know. Every girl has her own patented way of bringing a fellow back. It is the only thing they are distinctly original in except making pis. New Orleins Picayune. tear-fille- Bucklen's Arnica Salve Tlio tiratSMro In the. world lor Cuts, liruliei Soros, Salt Ilheuiu, I'eTur Sorce, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and allHkln Kruptlorn, and potltlvely cures I'llos, or no pay rei utred. I, It guaranteed to give ported satisfaction, or money refunded. Prlco 23 cents per box. For sale by THK COMIIINIUI STALUON, SECOND JEWEL. BgilTHER in rRIEND HAKES i POWDEh BLACK HAWK, EASY! 1 I u- -i eit. Abso!tstely Pine. SILVK1? KING . ERICSSON JR., 1 four-yea- ln w !; WALKER. I ore ;.S. I leroui-uead- I I , . j. - I l.Ti.LlVT! 1 Vermont Hanibletonian. . -- .. . INMlti: 'VkA Wallace Denmark il ,r , aal-dle- - 1 dia-ea- jt .I'll , r1 ARTHUR SIMS, hutlj,l ,l LI" BEJaL.3PIJ3ZSS 1 Ky - , i..i. l,r, i's . -Ir yBJPLttBS 11 V 1 J0 A 51-- . e 1 O JlJNT bt ira o- - a i- -u al m-- u ;... MESSENGER CHIEF, . Iel--ii- JR ! , 1 Hrblg-Mjr- !'"" Ct ltya-tyk'- a .. (Ho-lind- ;, nk , , , h Hauibln-t4"lan,dai- ii Abdal-li'iPir- .d Jra-Hlhr- k ."; lof J'ti. 1. ! .:.,,.. ... ( n I .. m iSuJll(kl!lviWl!Bl ,.-i- 1 ac-n- $ JO ABDALLAH, i 1 1 NEW FAST MAIL ixci.v.s.vn. $25?000a00Kr IN GOLD s e i.mi.sviiii.i: 1 crosi-legge- d .. ! 1 an SE1CE . I 11 j jjj.vj 1 , i,, .la-L- f m& 1 JSo-iihi- MYERS HOTEL, red-head- tu YOUIt ATTENTION first-tints liar-be- STANFORD. KY. Propr and Still ll)KI,I,i:. gillii-aearo- fi-ta- ll n, A.l-lln- 111 ritari-lor- 111 aleo-noli- 111 -- o 925,-0C- 1 1 y K t 1 d, rj I .(.- .J'