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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887060301 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. Jnfc 1 ILIklD & VOL. XVI. 111111 II ImtttmL NO. 234. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1887. BOOM IES1 j&Ol. ! S3 Q E (But not in Real Estate.) jl LJ Jbv.!iLJLjB CLjsfes X3 JlfesCCD SDKj!ESDD i I But not to be Found in this. as the undersigned is too well known to require testimonials as to his square dealing:, we will pro ceed at once to business, and ask you to read carefully what follows below: hi these days of Booms, frauds and deceptions are practiced upon unsuspecting public, but WHERUAS, It conies to the knowledge of the undersigned that complaints have been made, that the Town of Stanford, Lincoln County, is not doing its share to get up a Boom and "WHERKAS, Our good and law abiding town could and should have such a Boom like other small and large towns South and West, and WHEREAS, We arc not sure at present where our gold, silver, iron, copper or coal mines or natural gas may be discovered, therefore the undersigned has resolved to make a boom himself that will surprise, astonish and shake up every nook and corner hereabout like an earthquake. Jt is a boom in CLOTHING, DRY SHOES, HATS FURNISHING GOODS, NOTIONS, &C, &C. CAPS AT PRICKS that will be the talk for 100 miles around Stanford. PROFITS will be out of question. IT WILL BE SIXTY DAYS' WORE FOR THE GLORY ! And for the benefit of everyone that leaves his dime or dollar with D. KLASS. It will he a slaughtering and butchering of goods as was never heard of before. Now is the time to make hay while the sun shines, do not wait, come, see and convince yourselves. Those that know mc, also know that I mean what I say, and those that do not will soon be convinced. Do not spend a dime for roods' till you have seen my stock. You never had such an opportunity to buy bargains as D. KLASS now offers. GOIF-AIGood Lawn Best Lawn Good Calico Heat Indigo Bluo Calico. Good Blenched Cottou. Fruit of tho Loom Lonsdale Green Ticket. Good Brown Cotton.... Beat Plaid Cotton Boat Dress Ginghams. Beat Apron Ginghams. Good Bed-tickin- E THESE WITH OTHER MERGHAInTTS' PRICES 2 I 5 3 15 cents per yard Bo3t Feather Ticking " Good. Indigo Blue Cottonnde.... " 1G " i " " G Si " " " " " Best Turkey-re- d Table-linen..- .. 13i" 30"" 11A" 10 " " " " " a sh Nice line of Batiste, yard wide. Nice line Satinca Best Brown Sheeeting, 10 4 .. Best Bleached Sheeting, 10 Towels largo she Ladies' gauze vesta Men's gauze under shirts Good drill drawers Ladies' front laco calf shoea 1 All-linen 10 " " ii oo 10 50 " " 25 " 25 " pair each it pair ii Ladioa' front-lacshoes Ladies' kid button shoea Ladies' toe slippera Ladies' kid Newport ties button shoea Ladiea' custom-madGood jeans pants jeans pants Men's nice suits Blue flannel suits.... Children's nico suits. Men's nice bats e e All-wo- 1.00 " 1.25 " 75 cents SI. 00 per ii 2.00 to 84 ii S5 per SI. 35 " 5.00 7.50 2.00 50 to 83.00. SI. 25 per I desire to call especial attention to my line of unlaundred Shirts selling at the extremely low price of 45 cents. And now to my neighbors and friends, I have lived in your town for six years and expect to make this my permanent home and therefore it is evident that there would be no advantage to me to gull the people, but by fair dealings I expect to retain that confidence imposed in me by fulfilling to the letter the promises made above. Call and satisny yourselves. Stanford, Ky., June 3, 1887. rh 1, I, rxOi iiaiwwiwwgMwwautmiwwwMWiiMWstw'MMWiw wuu'nijiauuifjwu HHUfSlMJ IHf HI'WIW'BKIJ U ' 'M HJMUmiUmwi PWWWWWW1TTWMIHIIMIIMM W1UHI II WWWM' lr r ; Mr. Robert J. Burdette, the humorist, E ., of Chicago, is visiting his parents in of the country and the lawmakers as well. ,Situi-28eeH- n this city. Mirt Bertie Collier has returned, Tho President had hail Luilt for bis own is now deacon in n Biptist church. Tho sum of $22,000 hia bjen raised tor from a visit to Danville. Captain T. A. usiand bis KttwtV, the prominent, men He is ex- present, a stand just in front, of tho White the Bjfoher memorial sUtuo, to ooit $35,-00- 0. Elkin was in town Thursday. Juno 3, 1887 j Stanford, Ky pected again to day, Friday. Master Clay House whero they could view the paradr, Harritoi Thompson, of Clatk county, Hamilton attended tho calisthenic enter- and which allorded everybody the privilege Hits of seeing them. My eyes foisted for a hasnndea profi. of S10 030 by tho recent tainment on Wednesday evening W. P. WALTON. store was opened as usual at 5 o'clock on considerable while on this display of noted rie In tobacco. men, more anxious was I to fee them than The United States Hitcheri' Asiosia-tb- n Taursday morning. Yesterday rounded up the tint year of We fee the following in the Louisville theprocestdou. Mr, Cleveland's stem and had a bubjeue near Caicago last President Cleveland's married life. The week, where one of tho items nn the bill ol lima- "Two of the State Riilway Com- commanding appearanco kept (ho heap of lovely young creaturo that ho took to f mission are in tbo city on official business, man tl ih quiet and silent. Mrs. Cleveire was 31 000 pounds of beef. brighten tho Wbite Houeo and gladden hie etc." Now we want to know and will be land sat on bis right dixplaying much lees a retired millionThomas B.Atkins, days upon the earth, has been the object of I had a splenof Nsw York, has bgun wor k grateful for the information, if the Railway dignity than her husiuod. is felt in every aire banker a tender sentiment that Commission of Kentucky havo ever done did view of her only about 15 feet distant practical evangelist among tho very man's bosom, and she hits added to the pop as a ami I think I am not over slating it poor of that city. He takes the bible in anything beneficial to the Siatt? They ularity of the administration and given Mr in tho other, and has came to Lancaster once and several of our when I say she is the prettiest woman I band and bread Cleveland a etill stronger hold upon the one citizens called their attention to certain have ever had the good forluno to look most of a large fortune. people. The repirt that Mrs. Cleveland given away the The Logan fund, turned into govern- facts. One fact was that coal costs to hau I upon. Her costume was very simple but was soon to present him with an heir, turns amounting to $03,031 45, it from Jellico to Louisyllle a Wit IS per as neat as a pin. She smiled frequently out to be a correspondent's canard, but it ment bonds and has been transmitted to Mrs. John A. Lo- car, and to Lancaster about 130 per car and very bawitchinuly and I don't wonder will be just like the good fortune that has These same citizens are still waiting to hear at the President's heart going out to a pergan. always attended the old man, for her to do Samuel Hicks, who killed Sam Butler, from the commission, which is compoed of son so lovely as she. The drill was indeed so juBt at the very time it will do him the near Bowling Greea three months ago, and nice gentlemen, but if they have ever done n big thing, greatly surpassing anything of most fcood, say a tin weeks from the next then decamped, has been captured in Ben- more than draw their salaries we'd like to the kind that I had ever witnessed, but not election. know it. This leads us to remark that every being versed In the military lino I will ton, III. Some people are never satisfied. Djwn t citizan of Kentucky should demand the re- spare you and not attempt a description. Three brothers named Johnston, Pa South the railroads provide a special car in Bay fiihermen, while being towed by a peal of the State Bjard of Equalization. I visited the Capitol, the White House, for colored people and permit no "white a steamer, had their boat capsizid and were This year the local board of supervisors in Treasury, War, State and Navy department, trash" to in7ade its sweet scented precincts. all drowned. Garrard county went ahead and raised the National museum, Smithsonian Institute "Col." Hile, of Henry county, Georgia, preStates Treasury silver valuation of property to the very highest and in fact every placo of interest in WashTho now United ferred a teat in one of them and becivec vault will bs the largest in the world, hav- notch. When the property owners would ington. It Is certainly a city of sights but the company refined him admission, he hss ing a capacity for ona hundred million sil- kick, they were told to keep etill, "we are as the editor gave you elaborate descriptions brought mit against it under the civil rights ver dollars. putting the property at its actual cash val- of what is there only a few mouths ago 1 bill. He'll have a hard time convincing a The Democratic State Central Commit- ue and aro going to seed a committee to will only give you a brief outline of some jury that he ought to have damages. The tee have divided the State iuto 15 cam- Frankfort to lay these facts before the Slate of the wonders that I saw. I consider the negroes could have no doubt made an nopaign districts, in eich of which a grand Board and our assessments will stand." national Museum worthy of special mm-tiotion for them lie in case the dirty bird had barbecue will be held. In this commodious building is The committee did go and yet in spite of been admitted. A scientific exp:rt reports that iron ore all, the Solons composing the board at found nearly everything in the wonder line The information is sent out to an anx exists in the vicinity of Tyler, Texa, in Frankfort, raided us out of our boots. We you could imagine I spent only a couple ious world that the trouble betwean Com- sufficient quantity to supply all the foun- would like some one to tell us how a man, of hours in it and of course did not begin sitting at Frankfort, can tell the value of to even glance at all of its curiosities (hat monwealth's Attorney Bronston and Jim dries of the world for 100 years. Beulah Moore and her father, J W. Garrard county property. They can't do have been collected and stored in the wonBryant has ban settled by tho intervention of friends bo the country cm resume its Moore ha70 been acquitted at Memphis of it, end if we had some of them tip her we derful institution, s jme donated and others Mr. Bronston's head the murder of Hsnry Allen whom the. would conyinco them ot the fact. The bought at almost fabulous pncs. 1 was normal condition. truth of tho matter is that the Railway particularly interested iu tba relics of Gen likewise resumed Us normal condition girl claimed had outraged her. has Tnis collection covers a Mrs. Belle Lyman, widow of Dr, DaCommission and tho State Board of Equal- Washington. and if anjbady says ho has the vid Lyman, of Richmond, died at the resi- ization should both be abolished. Tho large areaand contains nculy everything they em't lay it to the result of tho late Senator C. M. Clay, State would be none the worse oil and the that he posseted. Tne gifts that weie bedence of her knock-dow- n argument of Mr. Bryant. in Bourbon, Tucslay morning, agel about tax payers, who are now literally groaning stowed on Gen. Grant during his trip There is a decided spirit of rebellion f.O years. beneath the burdens imposed upon them around the world are also there and .are manifesting itielf among the more enlight-"eneExcessive hot weather in California, would lake courage end hope for better both numerous and costly. In tht mil cral colored mea agiin't the white repub' tho hottest experienced in 15 years, has times. department I noticed a collodion of gold licans, wno hive bogc! all the mruina-lion- s done much damage to wheat, strawberries in its rough form. Thelargwt block n j OUR BUSINESS MANAGER and left then to march up and vote and other fruits. Too mercury registered about the six) of .a water bucket and tluul for them. And to ehi.w tint they are tired P7 Monday. Takes in Washington, Richmond and Other at the neat little rum of $75,000. Iu it.e of this kind of business, a c invention of Treasury building I saw the clerks and Points and Tells all About it. It may b. that there is a short crop of colored peoplo will likely meet at Paris in ceffie, but tho principal cause of tho extraRichmond, Va , May 30. Having been employes shoveling silver and gold coin a few weeks and nominate D. Erin, one ordinary advance is a combination of rpec hete only a few hours before writing my like wo pocr people handle dirt. I saw of their number, for governor. ulators. Let the people shut down on its last letter, I was not prepared to give that such coins by the million anJ as I looked was reminded of the picture "So near and U'e for awhile and bring them to their description of Richmond and its surroundOur in Virginia a wealthy old rooster ing country that I had desired. The loca- yet so far " Saw Judge Durham and was talked disrespectfully of an estimable youog senses. Sir EJward Thornton, representing the tion is a most lovely one, being on James treated to a few miuutes' talk with bio. lady and that night a party of men went to English bondholders at Richmond, has River, about 100 miles from its mouth with He seeems to like his office, but Informed his house, led bim out in bis shirt tail and aa that garment was fanned in the breez?, failed to secure a satisfactory settlement of splendid access to ocean transportation as ms that tbe continual pressure of busineia the men fanned the old man's carcass where the Virginia debt question. He says that well as transportation by railroads, this on his mind was very trying. While In bis it would do the moit good. This is rather the better class of the peoplo of Virginia part of the State being completely inter- office Col. Samuel A. Walton stepped in and heroic treatment, but the man who is favor an honest adjustment of the debt, but sected with the latter. Tne country around after bidding farewell to the Judge, I was the city is rolling and beautiful and the escortedby the Colonel to his quarters. He is mean enough to slander a decent woman are overruled by political forces. Two young fiends outraged a voung eoil, which is very productive, is cultivated elegantly filled up, with office and fixtures deserves even woree. girl in Indiana and tied her out in the principally by men who make a business of si "fine as silk." Has dominion oversixtem The Kentucky Press Association, which woods till they could get away, but she was raising vegetables for markot with now and offices and is kept busy with bis husinee. met in Louisville yesterday, was spared the found and the alarm being raised, 50 infuthen a Kentucky like farmar, who lets as This he left faying he was going to show infliction of n lot of "plate matter and riated citissns went in pursuit, captured much of his land stay in grass as possible mo the town, and be did so in grand style. ready prints," which the editor of this pa- them and an accomplice and swung all In tbe city there is every imaginable kind Ho is looking splendidly and even handper had prepared by alignment. Matters of them up, then riddled their bodies with of business going on and Richmond is up somer than ever. il ay he likes Washover which he had no control prevented balls as they dangled in the air. to enutl with both the eastern and western ington very much, but nothing will conhis attendance but perhaps it is better as it cities. The tobacco business is an immene vince him that Kentucky is not tho garden GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. was. The subject is one of the kind of one and the city is chock full of it. To spot. The War, State and Navy departwhich the least said the better. Lancaster. me it looks as if there is enough here to ment is considered the finest public build The calipthenic entertainment netted eupply the world for at least threo yeirs. ing iu Washington excepting, of course, Jcdoe Jackson overruled William motion for a new trial and sentenc- 582 50. Eeryone was pleased and wpnt It is selling at etarving prices for tho rais the capitol. The route from Richmond to Washinged him to bo hung on the same day that away happy. ers, but they persist in raising it saying it The democrats of Garrard county pro- is their only chance for money. This place ton over the R F. A P. railroad is a lovely his accomplice in the murder of Jennie Bowman, Albert Turner, will swing, July pose to hold an old fashioned barbecue is also noted as a flouring centre, having a one, running for miles parallel with the Po1. His lawyers will, however, take the cue pome time during this month. From tho lar;e number of spacious mills, one of them tomac river and through a fairly good to the Court of Appeals and it is hardly way the boys ante up it will be a rousing ranking second ao the largest llouring mill country. Through tbe instrumentality of probable that the execution will occur on affair. Prominent spjakers will bo present. in tho world, and the combined amount Messre. I N. Vaughan and Samuel TompThere is too much talk in Lancaster they eend out a day is astonishing B kins, members of ttat company, I wts tea the day fixed, and too little business. Toere Hhould be an sides being a city of more than ordinary dered an invitation to accompany the StuPeter Coyi.e, at Glasgow, didn't know ordinance passed agatnit allowing crowds business importance, it ii noted for its pla art Hor?e Guards to Washington, but the it was loaJed, but he had sense enough to to congregate on tho streets and talk poli- ces of interest, such as Libby Prison, which short stay they were going to make was my point his pistol at himself, instead of an in tic?, religion, etc. Eiforce the vagrant has a history init'elf and of which I sup- cause for declining though I am under lastnocent bystander, when he pulled tho trigact. pose our readers are acquainted; and St. ing obligations to them for invlliog me to ger. It was loadeJ and Peter was a dead Our countyman. Alex R. Doty, Eq. John's church, built in 1740, in which Pat be one of them inside of 20 minute?. Let all who man Virginia hospitality presents itself on feel inclined to point pistols, either loaded hes a bonanza in Kansas City property rick Henry sounded tbe key note of inde Ojt of 20 acres he has ou only 9 realize! a pendencr. Tuis building is still standing e7ery side and I have partaken freely of it or unloaded, follow bis example. profit of $16,000, more than the whole cost. and regularly used as a place .of worship and will leave her sacred soil reluctantly as It is said that since Jim Bryant did up We congratulate him oa his luck and judg There are a great many other places of his well ns I lave the Blue Grass State. Charley Bronston he ha been promoted to ment. E C. W. torical fame ttat a lover of history could "General." Well, it took harder fighting We make the assertion, and will stand visit a "thousand times over" and never Many a weary guest and tqually weary to secure the title than Bill O'Bradley ever by it that Lancaiter nnd Garrard Countire. host or hostess have sat up long past their notwithstanding his heroic con- ty have more pretty) women, married did for his, Hollywood cemetery in which lie 12,000 usual hour for going to bed because each duct in Pulaski county as a bold recruiting and single, thanfany town and county Confederate dead is an exceedingly intern t feareJ to appear impolit9 by making the officer for tbeTbirtj-twoBterin the State. If there is an ugly female ing as well as a most beautiful place, coverfirst move to retire. The guest is perhaps in tho county shekeepi herself in rigid se- ing about 800 acres, all of which is kept in N07ES OF CURRENT EkENTS. fatigued by a journey and really suffers, clusion. keeping with tbe numerous hnndsomo tomb but strives to endure and bo agreeable. Millereburg College will likely go to Tbe commencement exercises at the stones and monuments that are there. In The hostess, worn out with the strain of Winchester as that town outbids the forPresbyterian church were well attended looking through this elegantly kept clly of entertaining, etifiss her yawns. Both conmer. George Dicque was hanged at Jersey and the graduates.'all acquitted themselves the dead my attention was called to a hand- - tinue the heavy task of striving to make City, New Jersey, for wife murder, Wed- handsomely. We are proud of our girls somo headstone placed as a memorial to a conversation, in tbe hope that chances will and proud of our college and we believe braye engineer who was killed at his post, nesday. solve tho difficulty that neither knows how Gov. Hill, of New York, hns yetocd there is a great future before not only the in a collision. The inscription I consider to grapple with. The true rulo to be fol i -- i i. i. ..... ... e bill, passed by the pupils, but tbe college itself. the Vedder a preliy gOOU piny uu nuiun. 41 tiiua ii lowed, were tbey but certain or it, is a Deputy Marshal W. O. Oiveley is stir- follows: late legislature. natural and hospitable ono. The host or Until tho brakes are turned on time, In the vicinity of Saratoga, New York, ring up the natives. He has arrested several nosiess taxes the mitiaiivo anu says an apdown; Life's throttle ralve shut during a storm Friday, three men were negroes this week for the illegal sale of propriate word as to the lateness of the He waits to pilot in tho crew, whisky. TwojJ of them, Damson Hickkilled by lightning. hour arjd the desirability of retiring. That wear the martyr's crown. At Lexington Eugene Fogle has been man and Spancer Riyston, were tried beOn schedule time, on upper gratfe, Somebody wrote to the editor of a village acquitted of the charg) of tho murder of fore Commissioner Burnsids, on WednesAlorg tho botneword section; paper to ask how be would "break an ox." day and heldjover in the sum of $200 to round-nouCaptain Lynch O'Connor. He lands his train at God's The editor replied as follows. "If only one B. F. Reiningtou, of Paris, has been the Federal court at Louisville. The morn of resurrection. ox, a good way would be to hoist him by We are glad to annoucce the fact that appointed superintendent of the new prison UIi time all full, no wages docked, means of a long chain attached to his tail Rev. Morris Evans will hav charce of now building at Eldyvllle. His name on God's pay roll; to the top of a pole 10 feet from the ground. And transportation through to beaTea, The Louisville Legion cot second place Garrard Female College next year. He A free pass for his soul. Then hoist him by a rope tied to his horns at Washington, the Light Infantry of that has given satisfaction to our people during The drives through this cemetery are to another pole. Then descend to his back the time be has been here and we urge evcity securing the first prlz. It is believed that at least GO out of SO eryone to rally to his support the coming magnificent and is quite a retreat for the a five ton pile driver and if that don't break afhim let him start a country newspaper and counties in Dakota will vote prohibition at season. Mr. Erans is a gentleman of fine pent up business men and their families culture and it behooves our peoplo to give ter business hours. Today is Decoration trust people for subscription," the election next November. be By the explosion of a bailer at Hun- him all the encouragement possible. Tbe Day and (lowers by tho car load can Half on ounce of London purple, in a the graves of friends bucketful of water is the best preparation tington, W. Va , four men were killed out. College is a great addition to our town; is seen distributed over our pride and our pet and we do hope that and kinsmen, as well aa over tbe graves of for destroying the codling moth. Spray right and as many seriously wounded. tho trees well with a syringe made for the Financially the national drill wa a our people, and they are good prople, will the brave Confederates who gave their lives purpose The depreciation of our apple is a touchsignal failure. It cost its subscribers $00,-00- 0 alloir tbe spirit of lore to animate them for the country the loved. It crop is mainly in consequence of this inand all work in harmony for Garratd Fe- ing scene to look on the aged mother with sinuating pest. and they got only $30,000 in return. Huntington will ereol at Mem- male College. Btep infirm, remembering her lost in this C. P, Reuben M. West, a negro barber, who phis a union depot, at "which five of the J. M. Humphrey, E q R A. of the lovely way. recently died in Richmond, Va., aged SO nine roads entering that city will centro. left Richmond for years, was once one of the most prominent Baltimore & Ohio Express, was in town on On Wednesday last I Sim McGee, colored, was sentenced to Tuesday. He wjs delighted with our citi a few dayh stay in Washington and was men of his race in the State, chiefly owing for life, at Lexington, for imprisonment The crowd to the remarkable fact that he had about . II. Woodcock was "n rouettine" n,.,o nn "fi.vprnor's Day." colored zens outraging Cora Lep, a ten year-ol- d around town on Tueaday. Hugh Mason, was Iramenee, all onxioua to see the rulers ?!20 000 Invested In the Afrif an slave trade. Inimorlournai - JOB P.WATBHB. JO UN 1 DAVI8. WATEES & BAVI: -- 9 e, DcnlorB In - MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc, ... - STANFORD, KY. Our stock in comprehensive nnd brand new anil prices suit oven the closest of close buyers. Come to sse us early and often. WALL PAPER, WAIX PAPER, WALL PAPER, --AT M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S w (55 C C- P GO V ll 1 I SI m t CO eri- -K r-- t- Ob c (fi C3 ' O o son-in-la- d o Ci P o o K CD a c Kj p o o c GO a q o o S3 CO ef r T, R. WALTON, umwi'jt, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. follow liiic GooiIh: Glass-- , I luiro it Mplt'iullil Mntic of tho Tin- - IU-tuso- n's and Quoons-waro- , Bush, Wood and Grass Scythosand Snaths. Buggy Whips, all pricos, Picklos iu bu'k and in bot-tloBaskote, s, Boautiful Flowor Tots and Extracts, Loraon and illa, California and othor Goods. Mark VanCan-no- d n T. It. WALTON. llarilln, tale nfMc II e)lo. Clrrk a. Wmwf&MMMm PHARMACISTS, DIULKkalX High-licens- nruns. Books.' Stationery ana - .. i p rdliuj mi iibico. PhTilclsni' prescriptions accurately Al furapoundpd. ( "v."- - OUIC- - sIn.1 KsZJ&c.i fVj " f P' viuv o,- r AS'..VvVi..,. - - 1.JT JIT IK. rt J - . .J? efit JEWELERS. The Lorgost Stook cf Watohes, Jowelry and Bihorware (Hooks, s, Iiwcr than Ever bought to this market tbe Lownt. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Uo- WurrantoJ, palred on shoit notice and rrls Wall Paper, Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes, Fulljand Complete Stock of the above and pricos as low as the lowest. B. K. WESARSEHT, Stanford. fwmmnnrm Semi-Mccli- hiwli tmmjmitmJ'ii'ni.i - tmAn m j i'j'ii'ni u nmumiAiiuHip p;i) jui n now wiJUWrirr73oqj'W.'J.JtCTi MARRIAGES, Twmremxyrara3itawi?Jttw ,t )lir-n-.- ,u rtmrii b Interior on mat Ice hd I CliEAM Vminr.Ml CojIpm, print . !iirt Mock nt low Mrtsalf lnUr Stanford, Ky., Juno 3, 1887 AugtHliM Devol and Miss Louis Win look, of Casey, eloped to C.voy nnd were Kl.V -- UkTe Hrnllt-Ima n biinali of married, kcjH found on tlio Himtonville pike that Mr. Reuben Adams, n widower, and havo by paying for thii no Mies Lucinda Adams wero married nt G - UuslnoBB MnntiRor. Iho owner H. O. WALTON, M Billnrd'son the 1st. tice. Referring to the marriage of Jim Cii n I A N LOCAL TIME CARD. The H'nnford Opera Iloii'O wan not open to Miss Young, tho Wincheiter A' in niys: ed at nil during the month of May, nor ban ''Well, woll, this is n sure indication that ,.JJ 89 r.M. Mull train libtug North- It in not u there will be more Cain raissd in Lincoln. m. It been lined wince April 5th. i at r. rjuiiiu.... .. 1 5 Aim vsluablo property by any meanx. aipmi tralo" rioutli ... 1 Hi x.u Poor old county 1" Noth... l'bejoT li calculate! on standard tlint. Uolar The marriage of Mr. J. Cirver Jones, We are experimcinu a nenuiue fpell of mill iliout 20 minutes Inter Kansas City, Mo., to M1h Kile M Grimes, blackberry winter, with fires and overcoitu was solemnized at tho residence of the in ddimnd. Henvy rainn have f.tllun durK C. LOCAL TIME CARD. ing tlio week and if tlio rummer would bride's mother, in this county, at 10 o'clock Trains IfaYellowlau.lalS and JM a. v. come with aummrr tluis, the cr.ipi would, Wednesday, Rev. A S. Moflalt officiating. Itturnli)B, airlat6and I'Mr.ii, There were 30 parsons present, all save fitftiriititelj fpeakini cet up and huxtle. threo or four being close relatiyes. After LOCAL NOTICES. The I'resbyteriaiiH met at the Court the ceremony a very excellent dinner was lioute yeterdty afternoon, accepteJ a plan partaken of, after which the bride, having LANriurrit'd (litrden Seed nt IVnny A for the new church and authorized the changed her hnndsome bridal robes for n McAlinUr'. adyertirte for bidri nt traveling dress, Mr. und Mrs. Jones left for A Kl'i.i. linn of fulling tackle of all kind builditiK committee to once. The ndverti'emcnt hnd not been their future home in Kansas City, The at I'emiy A MoAliilei'd. Tile In1" t ready mixed paint are to be piepueJ last nllil, but will appeir in next bride is one of our most estimable and be Lad M IVnny A McAlinler' Ueue, loyed young ladies, pretty and Attractive, Aeit your grocer for the CincinnAti 15i Kl.AM crowded in on us with a pae ad while tho man who has won her is spoken king Co.' cracker and cakei. Terlirement so late we were unable to en- of as n very worthy gentleman and a good W ATcmM and Jewelr repaired on ehor a pupplement thin time. Our business man. He was formerly of Shelby and warranted by I'ennjr A McAlis large or oolico reader who want Rood in thi line wilt county, Kentucky, but has for several years tr. qtmlilT not clijct n ho telle them how they ran filled the position of nb'tract clerk in Knn KtandaiU) ready miied and dimbilil uuar.intced nt Mcltibtfrl A mre liii; money. Kjad hii low pricei nnd eas Uity. We join with many friends in laRi; wishing them the choicest of earth's bless-logA cwmim.ctk Block of jewelry, Ultt interviuvr him. watchea a aecially. Pen. ityle. llockford S11.VEH. -J. N. Menefte, A. A. oy Jk McAlinttT. LAND. St6c.KNOCRQP . iue pinl; that charming style for which she is noted. Thoee present were Mises Lollie and Tillie Smith, L?xingt'jn; Miss Stevenson, Har rodeburpj Misfl Rbinson, Mrrcer county; Miss Teresa Worthiiuton, Miss Mary Whitthorue. Mrs. A. I. Caldwell (neo Mies Matlie Gentry), Mossm. A. B Robertson, Hani R Cheak, O R Aadenon, R. G Etna; A. G Whitley, William Robinson, Hood Wjrthiaton, H F Pnlllip, A. I. Caldwell. Mr- -. I E Farrand nnd Mrs. J. U. Walton will receive their friends at College Home on Saturday evening fron 3 to 5 o'clock. Mr. Gnnyille , Cecil and family, who have spsnt tho past winter and spring in town, will in a few days return to their homo in the country. Revenuo Agent R ild win, of Lexington, is in town this week on official business. Henry Lyons ImMowers. R has returned from n six months' trip to Generally, Wagons, JLnm-bo- r, California and the west. Mr. E II. Fox, &o. Give the photographer, is ab'eut in Somerset this week. Messrs, W.J. Bohon, F. W. Hand-man- , DB, S. Q. HOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. F. L. Shipman, Win. Aaron, J W. VanArsdall, W. L. Erans nod T. B Carson made up a parly who went to Green River on h fishing excursion Wednesday. Mr. 'SUCCESSORS TO W. II. IXIQGIXH.) Evan Warren, who has been in the employ largo manufacture establishment at of a "Wo will continuo to handle tho justly celobratod Tyro, in Woodford CDtinty, was in town and most uopular ibis week. Although sojourning nt Tyro COOK ST0VE3 and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, Evau is by no means a ''tyro" himself, WAGON MATERIAL, OR0CERIE3, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILa man who knows what's what and wants ING, &c. more information on the eame subject. JL. JuVLL. jmtr LJ' tJfcLj 3 5 Dealer in Binders, plements capers, Agricultural Buggies, nim a call. HOCKER & BRIGHT, !' PERSONAL. MimZcla Wu.I.iam Louinri'lr relumed from ffw days a'o. J S OHiMMcnuie up from K iiibtth-- t jwn 1 wtttnd the marriage of liii ki IIlviiax An.nii: anii Mim Kiiaiu", repruealing the White AM ar niiii I. n,: it couple of weeks ill n Srning Midline, gave a gsntiinu art at the Myers Howe three day this Masthuw.n I'EvroN, H ,of S.a nford wo;V. She could make pictures, do li'ninu wae het on lg-- l Ut wee and every other wonderful thing Sun. tbatc uld be thought of, with the machine. Joe and Fiia.nk LaiKSY, of Texan, Nearly all tbo lailie oalled to seo her exhiwho hare been attending the iv M 1., are bition and performance. en a tim to Tom, Gib and Will Lsckey. The indication are that the Merry Ihch-elo-- Mil P. II Ino:., of theSlaer Sewing II tp, to be given at the Oter Houe Vtinwily. Maih.ie C.inpaoy, mi htr Friday nicht, June lOtli, will be the grandHe mt ru limine- - in larper than lie ha crer known it and tliat the Singer "till est event in the history of the club. Nearly 100 invitations have nt out und every l. intain tht - Uvl. rnysl time Bulky, Mr. W (J WMcli, preparation ma le to in'iirv J Mm. J. V. Hay Sietwri' IuUville orc'iM'rt will furnish Mr Mir W. Hiwomh, den, Mr. L K Hiiflunn and Mhm Mary tl.e muic. Urown, Annie and K Ia8u.miI: and Matlie Hah Lih'K. -- Some weeks ago, Mr. P i attend the 'andivewr left ywteiday Smith, who I bjring for water at the Stnn otn Fixtiral at LiuiiTille. ford Flouring Mills, broke his drill ofl at LOCAL HATTERS. b5 feet and being unable to remove it, started on a fresh hole. He had gottm I. ECrram FieiMraatT K. W.ltonV, down ri deep a 00 feet, when n similar acA M'MIiek of article fet up for thin cident occurred and he now fears that he will have to give up a second time. are crowded out eii-tuMi-wiCm-ir.nn- ti exhi-biliur' Warren and George Biuidict have pur-ch-- Wanted -- U icon, byT. P.. Walton. a tract of land in Adair county and Sile of 122 head of ho have gone thither to oHn the filter mine, sild to be upon it They havo a straight arc reportel in Clark at ?1.3o About 200 000 pounds of hamp ha re tip ml are confident that their fortunw are cently changed ban ! in Fiy-t'- e at $110 V hope eo. wide. td 225-pou- Mer. During the early part of these evenings, PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deiervo to be. Ask your whin the sky is clear, Jupiter (an be seen No steal plow in tho market beaming iu the eastern sky and Venus neighbor in reference to its oupiriority. equal to tho IMPERIAL They are the two blrziug in the west. brightest of our stellar luminaries, not Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the often seen topether to such advantage. PUMPS' lino we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal All "(Clt In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wj will sull place the OLIVER CHILL to 1 50 1S,-00- 0 Atin,ttTlt.iKATv wo ask is to rjive it a careful examination and trial and you will not havo any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. bn "Big" John Helm has bought from to 20.000 punds of vrool this seiaon, at 23 to 27J cent In Otfentrn, Willi Ford sold his crop, 16 000 pound, to J. II. Hukill, of New Liberty, at 10 cents all aronnd. B.im I!tti;h man's Santnlitie oontinues to beat the 2 year-old- s He won another race at Latonia Monday over so7en s'nrters for n purse of $350 Wauling A (i lemon bought last week 10 beeved from White A Linooliifelter, ol Fayette, which averaged 1,010 pounds at I J cents. Pris News. The Globe circular show that tobscco indvanc:ng great actnity in trash, lugs and medium tillers. Rest sales of new las! week 13 75 to $15 25. W. II. JttcKIXXEY, NnJesniHu. &1LOO 1 ESKWAKS ! Bupllttchur 'i of Stanford will jiy ?iiO rewanUor iho arreU and conviction nl the who fired Into the church and woundrd I'trion lte. Ueiri W. Rolling on, the nlht of the M he colon-- BE. G. 1 RVPXaXSY, ol May. I'HAI'ljACKMAN, AlIK SHANKS, I)AH AllKI AHTKKAND ALK, SlllTll. VahABS-DAL- K, have recMTed and still rif.Ting TO T2IS3 Mr. XU!5M. New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising ,!1 luf enllie itoc't of Roo-lto of this !ac, 1 tak pletture l'i rtoiiiiiistxtlt!.; him to yo i ai a Rood ltuilnpa, Man, upright mil hoocirabte lit all roeppcls. Tbanktnj jouiirpi-- t (iitoii ai.J thit my furuier atroo ultlhunur him Hltli their trato anl custom. I romt.li), ltM,wi(ully. II'. ..WctVlKJl'. Kin?' Mjuntnta, May u, 1S7. HiTln2thliHr J. II. Wm i, the best In the market, llcb wt.l b Qotton Up in Stylo p.nd llnko Soooad to Hone 10 City or Countxy : i-- a. jrtjipxjJb ,st. -- Ghc .1 rrlul. ue A iiEAUTirt'l, line of Olaware jual at A A. Warren'. td The Pulaskian will have a bid show for lr you want the bel HefriKerator ro and buy the K v Irom Metcalf A Foster. ofler a reward of and oonTiciion of the JlOOhr thearrent cowardly rafctl who shot Her Fowling a few fljnday niuhts ago. The colored Biptuts TltEiir. will b an art dicplay nt the Col lege Monday uext from 9 A. M to 12 M. The public are repeclfully inTile.l to attend. Alex.H Faxton ill be two nchool Irunlcei clec ted to umirow, one in plico of W. (I Kn and the other in place of t,. Hn rt'T.wh.ve term expire. Jud-- Titriir. e W. L McCiny Ring Moun hi tock of KO"d ha II Watt, who will continue taint Mr. J. the b'iin(. See notice in tbii ieue. l'i MVwl'HAMiB.-M'. r. I t ready to do nil kinds of re and painting to buggies nnd -- pring pairing wagon, Ac I will Iw plceu to nate you call and gut your work done. Wta. DiughI am now -- r'T. the democrat of hi county, Lincoln, Boyle and Madieon. It i n good idea. The Pink Tea to be given by Mr. and Mr. John D. Carpmter to night promie to be the event of the ceuon In the Wert End. A large crowd, including quite a number from here, I expected. Evehv once in a while the city council baa n pim and order numerous nnd un dry pavement made, but a it never eni pvil lo force it order, no attention no pvement billl Tne brlj them and Um the authority to compel obsdienca to Lit it w i' once to how it nitmUte. thecitiz'.n that It can. Tltr. chairmtnof the democratic com. initteo of Garrard, Mr. R. H Tomlinoon, iURgMtrt that a big barbecue be given ly two men poken of for nomination for the legislathe prohibition ture, Cipt. B F Powell nnd Mr. J. T. Hackley, and it U ald that neither of them would accept It. We nre of the opinion thnt when they meet Monday the counsel will o! tho mora practical prohibitionists nomination will be ......li .ml thnt no made. Dr. Fettus is pledged to every tnca ure that they could hope to piocure and would be in a much better position to secure the legislation desired than if ho third party mnn. were a There are only n Liurol county murder 6am Bkun-AMg is getting a good deal of freo advertio-iner, the Loubecause on being relemed from isville jail, flhere he had been confined for moonehinlng, and having no money, he walked all tho way to London, 167 miles, In in order to anwer the cbnrge of murder now in eenslon. There is nothing the court Mr a'rance or very commendable in this. Bernard knows that a murderer is safer in the hands of a court and lets liable to than If he ran at large and came eome of the dead inan'd relatives. across ), pun-hhme- their favorite beverage, brandy, this year. Deputy Collector W. 1 Varnon, just returned from there, say that les than 25 of the 45 who intended to takedistillets' license will do so, owing to the shortne' of the apple crop, ciused by the heavy falling of the young fruit since tho lnt cold spell. The boi- - inanufc!urer say there on't be grain. Vi birrels made in the county. John H Jones, of Lincoln county, University sends out very sold in Cincinnati Monday, 13 cattle at Central handsome invitations to its commencement $3.50 to $1.25 and 130 hogs at $1 SO to cxerclte, which begin with a baccilaureate $185. He also weighB today 210 hogs for 50. Paris Ken sermon ccxl Sunday at 11 o'clock by Dr. Cincinnati parlies nt Ouerrant. At night Rev. Cave will deliver tuckian He has beau slopping thcin hi a seimon to the Y. M C A ; Monday night B'lirlnn. Gov J B. McCreary will deliver tho tinim-u- l DANVILLE, BOTLE COUNT T. aildnei to the litsrary societie; Tuesday thocelebra'rl jockey, is to is c'm day and ur young friend, Her7ey ride J. W. GuwtV'1'err.i Cj:u"in the St Htlui, will deliver an oration. At S o'clock The etnko is a joint celebrat:jn by the literary societies Louis Darby on Saturday $7,000 will close tbe teion. Danville is considerable of a stage town The 32 nnuml meeling of the Kentucky there being rival lines rimnitK' from the State Medical Sicte'y will bo held in the city of Lancaster, one owned by Capt. city of Paducah, beginning on Wednesday, and the other by Mr. Wm. Lloyd. June 15th. The programme is the largest A concert, under the management of ever recorded in the hitory of the society, Miss Ritchie, of tho faculty of Bell Caldwhich wa organized in 1S51. From the well College, given at the Opera House on chairman of the committee of arrangements, Tuesday night, is said by those present to Dr Brooks, of Paducah, we arc nsured have been a musical entertain-merit- . that the social features will bj elegant and Rev. O A. Bartholomew of the Caris elaborate, and everything has been arrang-- ei tian church has moved into the new resito make the present meeting a most one The programme is filled with dence on 3J street belonging to Mr. Hastwhich are to be read by tho most ings, the erection of which Mr. B, euperiu-tendepiper He also drew tbe plans and in the representative men of the State. D.--. Ihiley, drawing displayed considerable skill as au of this city, is the permanent secrotary, an office which is not a sinecure, but one in architect. -- Central Lodge, No. 8, L O. O. F., which the duties aro arduous nnd require judgment nnd tact to render them satisfac- which reorgan.z d a few weeks ago with S tory to an exacting profession like that of old membirs, now hai35 on the rolls, tho greater part of them initiates. Central medicine, Lodge has received an invitation to a grnnd It will be a subject of regret to everyone Odd Fellow' picnic, to be given Ht Rich who has met the accomplished aui charm mend ou the 21th inet. ing art teacher at the College, Miss Mr, John J. Samuel, who has been asBattle Hurt, to know that she will not be sisting his father, H, E, Samuel, in tie one of the faculty nt that institution next drug store for 3 yeirj pit, was on tho 10 h swlon. The president was exceedingly of Miy declared by the State Board of anx'oUB to retain her but she could not be Pharmacy at Louisville to be "a practicing induce 1 to change her decia.oa not to teach asistant in pharmacy, duly qualified and anywhere next year. She recommended in registered as riquired by lay," her intend, however, a class mate, Miss Bettie Adams A Son havo bought R'dding, n thorough artist, and she has no tho marble and Btone cutting busincaj of the cepted the position made vacant by Miss Larimer and have rented tho Hurl's resignation. At tho close of the late Simucl property where it has beoa heretofore cars.'ssionMiss Hurt will return to her south on. Mrs, Larimer and children "ill ern home, whither eho will carry with her ried shortly removo to Topeka, Kansas, The the plaudits of the president and patrons 'son" of the above firm is oxpected to reof the school for lior year of excellent work side in Danyille and carry ou this branch here, and the esteem aud good will of all of the bueiness. who have l.n 1 tho pleasure of becoming Through the inlluencj of his uncle, nni'Hiuted with her. Col. W. A. Iloeklns, Dick Djbyns has obtained a good situation with the civil eu RELIGIOUS. gineeting party engaged in surveying the A $9,000 Episcopal church at Rich- new railroad running through Ssrcetwater, mond is to be dedicated by Bishop Dudley Tenn., to connect with the East Tennesiee on the 12th, A Ya. railroad and on through North Caro Bourbon A. Dtwes wa ordained as a Una. Col. Hojkins and Dick left on WedMinister, of tho Gospel, at Kirkeville Bap- nesday for Sweetwater where the Colonel's tist church last Sunday, Rsv. R. M. Dudley, home is, of Geargetown, conducting the service. Mlsa Julia Gentry on Wedneeday even- Richmond Herald. ing entertained a number of her friends in $-- 1 1 Dil-lion firdt-cla.e- s suc-crst- ful d. C Philips bought of Alex McE -wain, of .Bourbon, IS head of yearling mules, 15 hands high, which he thinks the best lot in tbe State, at $100 per head- .Lebanon Standard, Mr. Charles Denhatn advertises in this iisue a grand celebration and races at the Somerset Fair Grounds on the 4th of July. Tlure will be trotting, running.racking nnd mule races, with heavy purio for each. uqnire Murphy says the farmers need not be alarmed at the red rust that appears on the wheat. Should it show black rut, however, the crop can be saved by cutting it juatas it begins lo ripen There will be enough life in the etslk to mature the -- Jo R, AOJBS! Fntr Grounds, Somerset, Ky asd ! WALSH, THE TAILOR, 2:12 FOPHIII AVKXIIE, TTJI-jrs-r 4fc, Trottlig llacti: 1887. IiOuisvxxiXie;, P. S.-F- ZNE Mrrcbanti I'arao. lor foal.or '85. Must be owned or bred In i'lilukl or Wayne couutr. l'ure J 25 00 Hotel l'urs (or fuali of '61, tame conJilloui. 23 CO I'uraf ' 00 Threo Minute CUn, Purs 3 MOO Frrolor All. l'urae Mile heat, S Id 8, except Mercbaat,' I'liric, GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. blcbtilo3. la 3 Half-mil- e Utfl in 3. I'urse ltacklng Uace: Half mile; boat 2 In 3. I'urse l o 00 Jlnle Bace: S 10 00 Hull mile, best 2 tn 1. I'urso 1st "5pr csntj 2d 2J psr All I'jrMidlTlded cent Hntrancc frt 10 per cent; "i to fill; 3 to stirt Kntrlea close June 2, ISiT. A grand dlipUy of Firework i to 1)3 given at mile, any ge, nlRht. Good Und In attendance day and night. l'ure liunnlnr; Itacts: olds, bos t heats, for 2 and - 2 3 25 fO 100 00 FURNITURE STORE 3f A.CK IIUJPJPMAS, Proprietor. LJ.J ! l'sr further inljrraatiuaaddrcii VHAN.DFXIIAM. 31-t- bomerKt, Ky. Commissioner's Sale ! LINCOLN CIItODIT COURT. 1'ariiicrs National Hank of Stanford, Ky., and J li. msley, miotics. Tt. Karab Chandler, Ac. lltudants. Koike of t'alo tn HUtty. By tlrtuocf a Judgment of tho Lincoln Circuit Court at Its Maich Term, 1SS7, In the aboro itylcd cajc, I wilt on Court Day, sell to tbe hlghott bidder at public e door Iu Stanford, outcry beforo tlio Ky , tbe followlnc described property: CViurt-lious- Will always hnyv. ou liiiml a !rj; and .sc!Fct lint) oi' Fiirnl-n Nnv us mucIi My lire and tlnlrtaker'. Uondx.cilit-M- . prices v tn MOXDIY, JIU'E, OTI1, 1SS7, KondH can hv loni;lit in ilit ive me a trial and yon ll liiivi'r than Hi lowewt. trill bo fonviuctMl flint 1 At o'clock p. m, or thereabout, being Coun'y 1 1 A TRA.CT OF LAND liar j1J-s- ! ' mkWM Situated in I.toco'n Ciiiuty, Ky.,on tbe watera of I'rrek, and l.jndcJ na lollows: Beginning nt attakiu Tucker' line corner to Joe Chan, , Hut Si polee to a dler'a heirs, tbeuco North stake, corner to same, tlioocj S)uth C'J, East 84 pole to a stake, corner to fame, then South i!K, West 50 poles to a stake, corner to samo In Tuckers line, thence North G9, West 61 pjies U the begin-utnand containing .0 acrra. Said sale will be made to satisfy the sum of f0S3 with Interest at 6 i?rceut. ier hnuum Irom beptember 8th ISSti. until paid, and tbe cost ol tbla action. TERM!: Sale will be made on a credit ol 6 months, purchaser Itcins required to execute bonds with appioTed Mcurlty. payable to the Matter Commissioner, harlng tho lurce and ef fect ol a Judgment, and bearinzC per cjut. Inter est from day of sale until raid, and with a lion on tho proierty a additional nccurltr for their . SI. I A VISOX, M. C. L. C. C. e, t mimm, COMMISSIONER'S SALE I LINCOLN CIUClirT COUHT. J. N. Menefee, Adm'f of E. D. I'endlctou, Plain- till, T l). J. Newland, Ac , Defendants, and J. N. MenffVo, adm'rof Jas. Perdleton, Flalntlfl ts O J. NewlaiiJ iU , Detendauts. Consj Uatod Cases, Hy Mrtue of a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court at Ha March 'Ienr, 1837, In the atiorc styled consolidated cases, I will u'i MOXfi)Y, AtloMock JU.U ttl'JI, 1SS7. p. M., or thereabaut, being County Court Day. cell to th highest bldier at public door In Htaulord, outcry betoro the Cuiirt-llous- e ivy., luo uiuiviueii '4 imeriii 01 ,iauip rvnuie n, ton, and tho utidlWdd ' tuterest of H. D. property, tn thd tolloirliig descrlbel Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, of Ve Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock ever; bemore complete thanf hides is larger and fore, from tho cheapest to tho best. Sash-Blind- s, v A HOUSE AND LOT ! On trc North sUo of Main Street. In Htanford, Ky., and boundol as follows' llvjlnnlng In tho centre of the SUufoiJ and DjiuIIIo plko near a culvert, thence North tu'j, West 0 poles to a t 8 oleii to a stake, tbenre (South "I' stake Kast side tf an alley, thenca bouth V, Kaat , 8 iC'IU'J ihi'cs to Ihu io.itti sldeotlhe pike, thence poles to tbe North i4'4, Kaat tl and contatulng ono halt acreof land. The Inter-cstJames lVndleton wilt be sold first ana then Pendleton. tbelntereavof E. TF.lt MS. Sales will be made on a credit of C months, purchaser lelcg required to execute bonds with approred scuully, payable to tbe Master Commissioner, bating tbeforco and effect ofajutlgment, Ld Uvirlug 0 er cent. Interest from day ol sale until tilJ. ami with allrtion Uih mopertr njaddltloiul securltv lor their payment, 3J.-f.'. J!. W.t VtttO.X, M. C. I,. O. C. Wi-s0 All of work guaranteed as reprcsen'ed. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you us good vehicles as any dealer or iniiiimnciurer ami lor as nuiu money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. II. GBKEtf. ArI.. llnslonvllle, Ky. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. l. ..SLICKER WSR BKlrtfl th Best Waterproof TUc Coat. ''i'rj.fSV.rih - Urst slarm. - Tk. n.w rOMMrt, SUCKER li a r w luwa tr i rai - i"or' i.iiosm iht. m t Wmnm.,7 LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY, four-year-ol- A S o'clock Tuesday night o( uieaslea. O. John Morgan Puckett, formerly operator and ngent at this place, after several GOD IS LOVE AND NOTHING EL3E months stay t bis old home in Barren county engaged in the tobacco business, hae lK,A.IiIE .Y1IJQ LOUD. returned to bia fir't 'o70 and la again in "charge de affaire" at the depot. Mr. A. Georgetown, May 2Sih, 1SS7. W Francis, who so acceptably filled Mr. Deak Interior: On our wy here we Puckett'a place during hia absence, goei to were met at the Frankfort depot by a num New Haven We regret to lose Mr. Fran-c- i, ber of (loir friends, among them Mra. Gov , but rejoice to again haye Mr. Puckett Blackb'irn, whoe pcial objct sv"i to withua Mr J. S Jnckeon and her mothoo uli to hive uj htlt at Fnnkfjrt lon er, Mrs Matthews, who have been cccupT-in- .r ea her ioi irjstun 1, then and inv ipite mm k Mr'. W S. JicksonV, this ). ad invalid, at the Iimm of JuJtie gne to tho country to remain i I p clt. hnw Thil w r ir rut di, ki(t our durirg the wiuimer. E d. J. H. Livlnga-to- n, polntment at Capetown Sj promising of Crib Orchard, is holding a series of a return to a:e him, at the 6ft favorable, meetings at the Christian interesting opportunity, we sped on our wy. The church. , next morning our kind frien I, Mr. -- Willi ths disappearance of measles hearing of our wim to ilrive over to from our borders matrimony aeema to haye Frankfort, placed bugf And an exce'.lent, broken out in all its awful awfulncsi. Sunstead, frrte so'nc liowe at our d'epsatl. aud day evening Mr. Charles E Faris and Miss Marie anil I ent over to cee the iovenior. Sue Miller surpri'd their friends and evI had never basn on the eutire rend ba'een erybody elee by making a "flying trip" to Georgetown and Frankfort IS tnilei and i I ri'irning cne il'eh. Thtv le't f i' ti bad n t uiie tv'i ics U Jflir w rmrg for Liuisvilic where Tiieiliy anddowi the regularly upiIuI.Uiqk i rf j'tae wi'l uiiki' their fuureuuit, Mr. F.iris we went, our tine horse driving himself and being connected with the wholesale) houte neediotr no touch of the wiip from Srt to of Curd, Sinton ACo,that city. On the las'; eich futm'tmu: a nvv viw Moore curn-riwof cleanly-Ke- pt bunyrm pas- same daya Unci? Cimpbell persontookjunto of Miss himself helpmete in the hemp, waeat in full ture?, yellow-gree- n Maricie, all of this connty. Although It head and beirded rye and barley in billwr w.-i generally believed that the daie of beauty, bsnditii; to the gentle wind tint had long since piaed and iwept over them at interval. Scott lis to be, knowinc tbou.ih thi rno ha ct''-not tbv fime of Faveite aud Bjiu'ihu, but n'.es predict tba tuertt are still Moore and part of taid county, cpeciaUy nlutw tne Moore to follow. picturesque E khorn, wheri we drove, c.n-no- t The fourth week of Circuit Court openbs etirptaied by any lanJjcipj in Ke i ed up auspiciously (for criminals) Xu-u- it to saying tucky, which h ej have been heard 'tis mi'deaieanor inasmuch m Kentucky i the and disponed of. The entire civil docket pot on the planet, in thN particular line of stauda continued until next term, the court eurface hastily. Rirnl E island U ai beaubeing an occupied with criminal cases as hed'e-tow- j tiful, as hr ai she cn co, and her mt to bi ahie to roich a aingle civil case. i are uiuchin atvanie of our p m Tin ia ceriainly a deplorable state of raile, ai a Undectpe ndornment. Bat Eir-lan- d civil litignnts are concerned eo fr Krow? neither corn nor hemp and thee and we have jut seen one attorney who two tuir retain olors left out, are what tw.i sta that wbili the wolf is not actuallv at o u!,til frim n artin' ttandird piai-sthis door, he can distinctly hear his bowl in e? canvAa wju'ii h tt the conooUeurV wood near by. HueajH he has been I tMnk youn.; huain in tie that mines them. but unless he can "fed" in st'versl cs-ethe dwUuci, andnie.1 i i rnrinitiioui gii a Iiearir-- for hia clients he sees no way Miss with other tint'' o' creo'', U t.i" Lize Crter, Mise Hobon, Tap-scoto "feed" his family. The case azainst most exquisite thin am in all the crop-wand Hurt, Miss Rhoda Lut.sford, Rev. William Williams for shooting and wound-m- g cultivate. J ( Montgomery, J. B. Gibson, R-Cnar'oy in a boys' qumel last Tna charon of Hn couu'ry through W. J Tate, J. E Bruce, II. T. Bufh October was heard and Williams acquitted. Mers. which we drive Iat r,iiliT h'pil u l) and John Hil, ft'tanfir!. Wc tried to get Xels. Heudrix, the old crippled nero who bear the fitigue of the 30 mil? drive like u all the but probably had a four years' sentence reversed by tbe theuauieaot glass of onerous wina. I think I preached failed to get some of them. If so we would Court of Appeals, waa aain put on trial a batter sermon for it at nih ; looking at it have those persona snow that their names for tbe murder o( his wife, and this time ail as a specimen aud a promise of what our have not been intentionally omitted. acquitted. Hugh Jackson, of color, tbe dear LORD will do for this 'weary, heavy, BRODHkAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. leader of his race in this county, wis tried lidfln" world when He g'ta a fair chance at on a charge of vote selling and acquitted. C. A Bridge', who has been at Cullit, once out of the derii'ib'uhting influence. Fancy the Sihira daart turned into a The eum and substance of Hugh's oflendinc man, Alabmis, (o s itu tim, ipent Saturwas that he bad the hardihood champiday night an is ir.diy with friends. Mr bluosrm pistura, with herds of Short on the cause of a democratic to candidate at horns an i Jerseye roaming at aweet will, or aud Mrs. Jihn Pjriins have j ist reamed the Atigutt election and persuaded several lyin? down under the ehadov of from a visit to the family of W, E Perkins and umbrageous oake! That ia exactly of hia color to vote for him. Hugh now ia at Somerset. Mrs. Martat Albright, of what ia "coming to pus" one of thee day?, more than ever determined to vote with hia Bee Lick, is visiting 'neods here. Mis friends, the democrats. The grand jury in the near future, let ua hope. Helen Sayers, of Siyers District, is visiting discharged late Saturday evening after We f mnd good Goyermr Blackburn ait was Mrs Mary Albrigm. B N. Joplin, of ting on the verandah of Judge Lewia' man having returned aome 300 indictments, Mt. Vernon, was among us to Ity. Mr. most of them for misdemeanors with a , Dion, looking quite unchanged, eave, George Prewitt, of Casey oun'.y waa visitalight sprinkling of felonies scattered in fain snowy hair; so white that I ing tbe family of Dr. I S Birdett laat never before saw such crown a human "head. through the list. Violators of the prohib- wetk. Tbe business of our village is reBut the beautiful pink and white complex- itory liquor law came in for a goodly share viving since the many aic onea hive re ion, the pretty dimples in either cheek, that of tbe spoils The cae of tbe Common covered and the mele' h:i7e almast died give auch an innocent, child like look to a wealth against H F. Glass, for the killing out. bunday school tal prijer-meetinMat Waggoner, wbb face otherwise noble and manlt; the opsn of hia brother are both progressing nicely. On next Sat Commonbrow, the bright blue eye, the grave and called for trial Wednesday. urday evening the I. 0. G. T. Lodge, 179", wealth's Attormy Clark. County Attorney I did not gentle voice, are all unchanged will have an open meeting and public appreciate the fact that he is an invalid, uc-t- il Catching, Judge W. L. Brown and Cil. J. speaking in the upper II til of Brodbead be gjt up to wilk ti :u rojtn, and I W Jodm reprtseit the prosecution, while Acadtniy, afur whici ice oreum, s rawber-riI nml rake will be sereJ in tbe lower aaw how ne tottered at every etp and had the defnee is conduce by Co). J. W. Al Elder Siaskleford will preach at corn, Hin, James H. Tinsley, Hon, James hall. to accept upholding hauds to keep tr m Boone's Fork r.n nex Sabbath at 11 A. M falling. It made my heart ache to see it D. Black, Col. P.. L. Ewell and J. A. Craft. The decrease of tbe national debt in Ha atands straight Thia case will probably consume a couple But he d eiti'c atoop of days, then cornea tho murder caee of May waa ?8,8SS 997.0-aa an arrow, though ho feeble. He waa much aSected at meeting us, as were we. The Sim Bernard, whom the newspapers have Bucklen's Arnica Satre memories of five years ao iu Major Hall lately given considerable notoriety on acThe tut Salve In tbe world lor Cuts. Uruleci are precious to us all. I hope the dear old count of hia (ramp from Louisville here Sores, Salt Rhoum, I'erer Korea, Tatter, Chapped Klein Kruptlom, governor will get well again and cirry out to acawer the charge If the juries in Hands, Ctaltblalna, Coroa and all and positively cutva Plica, or no pay required, I, plans for a auccesful paivtarium in these cases reach verdicta thia will wipe the it guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, or mocsy h' L'miaville before he dier. We aro iruoting murdtr cases from our docket with tbe refunded. Price to cents per boi. For tile by lor him with all the faith we have. For aiugle exception of tho Thompson ca?e Penny A McAllttor. and we hops and and trust the "fair ecjtch-eon- " we love tLts gentle, tender-hearte- d philanInteresting Experiences. of Laurel county will never be black II Irani Cameron, furniture Dealer of Coluuitui, thropist, in Lis mellow age, who did eo gow. Cia., tells bit experience thus: "For three years much for hia fellow men in h!a vigorous eced by uuother. hare tried every remedy on the nurket for StomMay a painleaa, honcrid old ge prime CRA8 ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. ach and Kidney Disorders, hut got no relief, unlife crown an iotrepid, eelf'denyin We til I uned Electric Bitters. Took Are bottles and A heavy bail atorm occurred here on am now cure-1-, left after nn interview of three hours, aud anl think Klectrlc 'Bitten tbe bsit drove tuck to Gearetown in ood trim lor tho 20. h, hut no aenoua d.iuiuco was done Blol Purifier ii tbe world." Major A. B. Kced, Mr. Lou Pettua, now of Birmingham, of West Liberty, Ky, used Kleclrlc Bitten for an our meetinir. old standing Kidney affection and tayt: "NothFrankfort ia very dear to ua. Our good Ala., ia at home on a visit. Mrs. Margatet ing has ever done rae to much good at Electric LsaJpy and Mm. Battie Buchanan are quite Bitters," Sold at 50 cents a bottle by Penny A friend Kobtirt C. Church welcomed u hear ' 4MlukvJiio. McAlliter. tily, cared for our weary ateed and placed a sick. Miaa Kalie Jamea has returned home A Captain's Fortunate Oiscovery. baudsome coupe, horne and driver at our College, Danville, on disposal till we left the city. He is one of from Capt. Coleman, tcbr. Weymouth, plying between the kindest and most ateidfast of friends, account of her father's illness. He haa Atlantic City aud N. Y., had been troubled with and baa been since we knew him first, five been very ill for the paat week but ia a cough to that he was unable to sleep, and waa yara ato. During our last meeting, an at elightly better now, ioducod to try Dr. King's New Discovery for Contho former one, his horse and teams were at sumption. It not only gave him lnctant relief, Decoration day waa observed here last but allayed the eztremo soreoet in his breast. our call; and when we felt too modest to call, were preaaed upon ua, when ever he Mond ay. Mia. Tarrant and her pupils Hit children ware similarly aflected and a tingle thought we needed a drive out. We marched to tbe cemetery and conducted dote bad tho tame happy effect. Dr. King's New him "ellt edge " The LORD reward the exercise'. Tbe very inclement weather Discovery it now tbe standard remedy in tbe Coleman household and on board tbe schooner, him for nil bia courtesy to this pilgrim kept many from participating in the decoFreo Trial Bottles of thlt Standard Itemed? at trCPp-- 1 Pecny A McAlltter't Drug Store. Cjtnlne bick we had a chance to trust ration. Rev. J. Q. Montgomery will preach at against a gathering torm, and I do not deny that our eyea rathT wandered at tbe Christian church next Saturday nigbti times from the beautiful landtcape to the Sunday morning and night. All tbe mem thunder clcud, that formed a threatening men Baby waj tick, we gave her CastorU, But we "made bera are particularly requested to be presbackground to the picture When tbe km a Child, tbe cried for Cattorla, it" and were in our hotel ten minutes be ent Saturday night aa there ia aome imporThen she bscanie illtt, tbe clang to Castori. fore it burst in fury, with a deluge of rain tant business to be attended to Whan the bad Children, the gave them Cattoria display of pyrotechnica we were very and a Mrs. Tarrant gave an ice cream and glad to escape from an open buggy. Before atrawberry supper at the College laat Monmeeting time the storm was over and Thltt powder never varies. A marvel ol purity, stronjjth and wbolesomcnoaa. 'Moro economical our congregation not Ferioualy interfered day night for the purpose of helping to dethan tbe ordinary kinds, and can not bs solo fray the Collego expenses. Owing to tbe dis"ilhtho multitude of low tost .short firunkenneji, or Liquor Hablt.can be Curedby competlton with phosphate powders. Holdonly in court house, one agreeable We hold services in weight alum or weather there were not aa many Golden Specific, structures of its kind in IIoyalIIakinii 1'owDKa Co, cane, alminutering Dr. Hainca' of the moat elegant IOC Wall Street, New York Kentucky. Outside of Louisville and now preieat aa would otherwise have been. it ran be bIvimi In n eup "t colleo or tea A spirit of improvement seems to pertiikln;; H, eN of llio of Lexington, I think it beara the palm for a apeedy unit uimiuieiit cure, architectural elegance. Congregations Brat-cla- a vade our towo. A new pavement haa been PEARSON & CLARK, IIih patient la a iiiiiilorato tit Inker ur aiialco-lioil- c in number and make up. laid before Mr. J. T. Caadwick'a store; Mr. wreck, lliuustiiula id iliiinkaril liavo There is a decoration of Confederate I W. 0 Hinsford ia having hia dwelling- - W't'ii in.tile tenipfiitii' tin n v.lm have taken llio (iolileiibpeellli' In tlit'lr rnlliM) ultliout tlirlr graves this afternoon at 4 o'clock. We bei lu'lli-- t tlio quit ilrlnk-iti'- ,' gin our afternoon services at 2 inatead of 3. house newly painted and Mr. Boweu Gover Jiuritilul ot their own (r'n will. LEXINGTON, KY. to accommodate the occasion. All quite well ia having the foundation laid preparatory reu!ts from Us mliiiliililtiitl'iii. Chios Kuar.tn-li'i'- il and gaining in avoirdupois under blue- to erecting a large livery etable on Main ror ciri'iilur and full particular i. Semi lti Jb id Went - 'I lii" (iOt.llKSMM'.CiriCC'O.t cn3 fare, fcver tn je-(treet. The 20J.CU1 ia'provewnt, boweyir, ve of Auurict, lilllo C C Harbin, died at daugbttr GEORGE BARNES Lr 1 a-- Fi'z-gerald- , hill-cre- e, the-worl- c.-e- s af-Is- irs a-- s, coui-bioati- on regret to see, for, with othera of or our citissus, we think a dpelllug or busings house would be much more appropriate on the front of Mr. Clover's lot, Cottagea for tent are greatly needed here while we have a supply of livery atablca. The co operative meeting of the Chria-tiachurches of Lincoln convened here The exercises were opened Uat Saturday. with einlng, reading aud prayer by Ksv. J. B. Gibson, Tnen followed the welcoming address by Ksv. J. Q. Montgomery, which was responded to by Kav. J, B, Gib- son. An inlereating addreaa by Rsv. G. W, Yancey was one of the most enjoyable features of tbe day. H'a subject naa "Tne Standard of Right Doing." During the afternoon session wc weroeditied with interesting addresses by Rava. Milton Elliott and J. G. Livingston. Various buaintw matters wrro attended to during both sessions. Key. J. G. Livingston was again appoiuted county evangelist nud no one could have been chosen more worthy than he or better suited for Ibis particular work. Excellent aingin.', led by Prof. Sibold, was intermingled with the exerciser. At the close Eav. J. B. Giboo read a number of resolutions which were accepted aud adopted; then Kav. G W. Yancey pruu.iaucea the benediction. Erervoue seemed to ti.ur oughly enjoy tbe meeting, for much inter-e- at was manifeated by all. Ojr people did nil iu their power to help make it a pleaaant and profitable occasion. The following persona from a distance ft ere present: Rev. Milton Elliott, Kirksville; Miss Belle Ljwis, McKinney Sutioo; Mrs. T. Greaham, Livingston; Miss Baile Livinga-ton- , Je'aamine county; Miss Maggie and Mr. Johu Ballard, Danville; Mr. and Mrs. Adam Carpenter, Hiiftonville: Uev. J.G. Livingston and wife, Mr. W. M, Hijiginaand wife, S,iar Grovt; Mr'. S ey, Miss Beailey, Mr. and Mrs. B. Laura Beazley. Mesrs. John McRoberts and Coarlea McRobtrta, Rush Branch; Misses Mary Johnston, Louana Djddersr, Mefra. M J. E more, Waller, James nd Lewis Dudderar, Gostiec; Rev. 0. W. Yancey mid wife, Mrs Dr Uraut, Mrs J. L. Yantis, Mrs Will Arnold, Mrs. Niunie AndiTon and datighltr and Miss Nellie Yantis, Lincaster; Mrs, Dr. Carpenter, Mrs. Joe Sveiaoce, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClary, Miss Lillie McClary, Mis. Carter, y Bi lt e 1 auar-ma-ple- a per-hap- g in-la- Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. All tho tithing parties hnyo icturncd 3l.tl.VSr., ItlCIDIOMI, KV, aa they went without any fish. B. Taxes for LS37 wete due February 1st. For a good Tablo Save costa by eettling noon. When In town And clean and well furnished nwrai, tblt Holal call on me. Jamea I. White, SherifT. 2t hat no lurwrlor. Good sample, rooms attached. !0t-l- y rltateif.!00'crday, The washing machine men are not all dead yet. We have one with ua now with Wit. AYHK3, JAS, (I, OlVIIXa, that same "beat machine in tho world." Notary I'ablle The baae balliala have rented Valley Park of Mr. II. Carpenter for thereasouand I have their organizttion almost completed. They propose in a ahort time to play the Sit Fifth Street, A SPECITIO neighboring nines. - K.V. LOUIS VI 1112, Odr nttenllon haa been called" to the Boom S and a, Cromls lllo.-t ' ' fact that we wra mis', iken about notices of Ot II school triisleea election, not having been Q..H,re.c.t TP, poMod. There will be tw trustees elected fsJ'ciuity nnil Jo. thia time in tin- - district. I aiu dally upeiui i a rl ka tlin-o- l - - . or rummer .Millluery, including ail Mrs. Roberta, mother of Samuel and XVJLorj THLY SICKNESS. Jesse, living three miles west of town, drop Tho Latest Novoltios of the Sanson. ped dead of appoplexy or heart disease If taken durlnc tbe CltANOK OK Mm. crrat Also Notions, such as Handkerchiefs, Collin fr Tiicday evening just after eating dinner. anil Culls, Iliiilitiij, Corsets, llustlei, t'lr Yo'i snfl. rtiif in t 'ii TOt i'llira lid trr-Jni- twoL ,.!.," in illol fruy vacatnl by the She had a brother to die in the eaino man- will AAnd me at next rooms tolatelyMysra House. Co., Atlanta, Ga. lliuuritLi) lUoiLATon door tbn Warren, ner a few yeara since. HATE Mtl'intKlt.t It. Andrew J. Fish hai purchased a one third interest in the store of F. L, Thomp I MT. VERNON, KY. aon. Invoice will be made about tbe loth Fish is an energetic of thia month. Mr. ll'i'.il It ' Ihttull anl intl i r r, lit- it r ti ii i ' young bU'inesa man and will m dubt Wu tin.M-- i U'ltiiXlit Hue ri'H.iun Charm reaoutlil irv ndixj 'ivi'M hi i ,. ' n . A lit mt, 'it m ,i' Mr ' li m.ike a sum-iin V' re .' ill 'IJir. Inj ,,i u , . .M.l,l, .V' IKHl I.AM). "I t l I'll , i,,,,,, !(., ; Thompsou notifies hi old customers and UIi.k:m i't. It . th.t Ml Ulf ,mii. Jiurmrvmm, ft Ixutu, Ms. RV6111 Ky. patrons in this column of the above change Tno little 10 mile North Carolina rail rons.si'HM:(Ji:i., load, with so many oQicera, of which men tion waa made in last issue, ia a part of the To tho Tax P.ijers of Lincoln Oonnty. great Richmond & Dtnvilie system and its Kit IIMd.Ml, Kl.Mlt Nl The Tax Hooks are now ready and t am rea ly oflicera look after tbe interrata of hundreds tomslva the Taxes I'nder tin new lUjveaus Photographs in all styles and itzos. of miiea of road when not strung out on ttitt MliertT Is coiiipelUil to eettls with the tietetoli.re Kg Pictures iu corlier five n Imlm Ink CrRyon rind that 10 mile JivisK't;, ' tnen'se Mate . t Hnntlis i J a . thnn w r t'Jl-mi Water Colon. .' int T It. i:iVl.AM,l. ' alone by word of mouth." N"W m; it i rj t ,' s an I at i ry 'i t'ocle Willi Adam, of Gurard, w liol-lJaTOUSK;, rli. hero Wednesday. Mr. J. J. Williams, one now of your pluce, of our former cit'sns, LOHDOK.KY. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, our people Wednesday came down to F . D. HI LEV, Proprietor. morning. Hon. J K. McClary and family r i..nca.sti:u, TlutroiiKlily llruoiitlril isiut Ilrfur-nlilK-will etirt to Warm Springs, X. C. Thura - 81:1.1,0(10 00 tliroiialiiiul. I'lrl.clm I'nrr UA11TAI. day niiht, whera he hope th healing ii-te- ra mill rtiusiiiinlilt- - prlci't. liny ami nlutit to hia rheuinati-will bs or 'I uis lUuk. su,u H i it uuiiu uf i:l In UuaIs. tiruil taliisiirt' nipt lij- poll tr I'orti'r of tlil Jti'.'.rn. IMipiiliir llouir. and rsrporatloot. with which ho is sorely rill cied. lit fl,ltlr tor twsklnc lertloot. In all tris of the t'nlle-- l -- lattt, are vu Mr. Witite, win live on the town hill. uruw.l, ami tutoaen ar at all tltuvs gfaiitii II-AXTah ! had some trouble with the Langford S tny reaeonabl arroamodatlMs they tee prof I burses boys. They l.ad sunie dava We lg lu ufler cur servlie W lha tltl-s- s lo ask raxiatlea, wtttsout before and the Langford boya became 1 am now prerl ts take orders for all klods ol fori titl nHKhborltnc thtaa that aay basiH llanlUii , awl iure setit with ihe trade. It was then agreed pUats will btvx tbM riMdy at any tlaa as shall at all tttMi have prvMrHaad (aUbli.l it- My i)nl are tram tlie tmt eei tail at to swap back. In returning tbe horse to IfOtlM i Itanlra to tie tm kii O. Mr. White it dud on the road and it i i it .l..i:ifl.AM rtiaalotd alleged that Mr. While was forced to give J M. HKKiINrOrilAJt, It up the horse for which he hail traded I.KHH V. t.r.AM.I.L, JOKLJ. WAttKll. is said that he will appial to the law J. W. U))AN. DIM.S. IllKIIKIT, J 8. JUIINMI.V, I have sold a one third interit in my I. K. Ill HftLK, T. )i. AKNKLH. W. an I1.MI'I.UNS atore to Mr. A J. Fiab, and on July OCULIST, J.H MI-S, tJS i inyoice will ha made and the firm will be IJKODIIEAD KY. Ol'TIClSlfHl C known aa Thompson & Fiah. I haye re Has bad an exporters ol over fiftien years, auj J. m HKKHNioriiAM.rKK-rr- . aerved all accounts and notes, and deiring bat turreMfilllr treated hundrels of caje i.kww v. lkavrlu v .I'ltKsr., to close up my old business, I request my attention Is given lo tbe treatment of all J. 1". SANIUl'Klt. ca.hiiiki:, tbe eye. Name address ol patlesls friends to come in and arrange settlement ture.1 lien on appltratloa and 'lolri-- 1 H. K. HUDSON. TEl.l.KIt If 7JMw, by cvh or note e I cm Hjitare my book Tne new firm will be heaC'i lartera fir eve DH. W. II. PENNY, We are deler ry thing in the good I ne l'IMI'1 uiinnl to d the hrge'. biinnew in the Hlnniuiit place and our customers may expect Ihe I !.! url.ver tu njuUr ciiloiuect lu tlULIuil ud vldulir evrrv momln at beat of everything at tbe lowest prices. One Come in and see m when in town, whether Per Pound. you wish to buy or not, and we will try and ArctHints due at tbe rlovt of taih uoata or make it plenniit aa well as profitable to wbencusWiuer iilts Mf it i: ti you. F. L. Tnomptou. -- t Mr. M N. Langford rememberiog Feed, how "Uncle Alfred Owens scared the bull" ANI OOm on IjinrasUr street, rext door to IT-ato- a many yeara aince, thought to try tbe same Joi'MNaLolQce. Offlce hours from I toll A. ! M. and I toS r. M. AnMlhellc, aJmlulilcreJ whan watch dog scheme on a large bench-legger, nwrMary. : i , that be hn. Suodty while sitting out in Hav,i ret.t, 1 the stal :i ttp t prepared t train aul dreak liir' en ',S' ,e bia yaru under soma ahvie trea with aome terms. Cuuuty (Viurl day trade ollrlle.l frienda the dog trotted up to them Mr. it. tiMivi:xTi:it. ! btaafotd, Ky L. romatkel, "Watch me scire that dog to J.10. M. PXtKlM death." He atarted at the canine in a H MAXIIM. llaomiKiu, Kv , Mty. liK" looping posture with hia co'xt thrown over The , , en w ,ei Kn.'.l, m , , I, k n . T Martin liV to ll t ind r ' I " ' ' I .I' I', Ina l.eiu ana hanli iiiaiy ne'.'iiig the air , He ihnii,'" i aul iuitii...-ri- , ' i, ! HI .' .' t,. ! I A 1 all the while miking peculiar noiea Tnr to ?I.iKTI aV I'KIIKIXN. dog Htood not cu the order of bis going but 02FLC3--rflLnNriS- . Toe new firm ho us. not only to sustain the rej went not away, but for Mr L., catching utatlon of llieold, but Intents to niaiemtny uu Any one dislrlnc an him by the biotand hoi ling on until he waa provements Inlhe manufacture ot tobaico wbliti slral instrument will elegant anl durable m , ,0 well to examine our will ba to the We are beaten oil by bystanders. A Winchester devotn special interest ol toour customers. We will prlMs before ants for tht our Natural lxaf brands attintlon Josn Chun ti A tj , a' will warrifle sitting in the home wa found with of Kentucky's but Ictf Thanking you fir pait rant our riano.loi even jesrt, and our Oriana tor a rnntimniluii .fji.r tra.le, tor Are year. 1 favors and asking 1 ,,.P,.I ,n ,.. ,bv, ( 10 ,, out cartridges tr.d rocks were Ihe only we ren.ilii lteap-- i .1 iMy , uiim, i lie r.nl ,.t rellal.lv 6 oin .T.l Itl'tX .! mtlil.XN ,u. .,..,. u. ui..nur.i, bs doi had disbut the wjr Inttruraentt weapons to .jnles-- at the ,im, In .st,t,r(. WLer. appeared. Mr. L. was worse scared than Mlu Iliobaids wi stale pries, IVrsoiis whonavo pur. hate.1 Hi... eir Instruments hurt but the dng scared muchly. ! POPLAR LOGS WANTED wlllleellfy n lli.t, .UraM Icy .le.ut finish will Uitervii the pui,.U, uu.l tie satlslartlfHI Natural gas was struck Tuesday in a I llltl-- r W. I Willlaiu", of Hustuiiriflr want to f.mtrart fir V) , ol 1'up r l,o well being bored for tbat purpose at GlasI o lxigafur iiumeilUle slilpuii-u- t Ihe Julm Chunu A Co , and will l i,le,. ' tlrlttly WILLIS HOUSE. J. WILLIS, Proprietor. iRADFIELDS !! AYRES& GIVENb, regULATUII for. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, W0MAN'S ITIIIBlVjaKY. BBSS ,, M 1 Pnlnfut 'iiTENSTRUATION Biul-le- lG.'-.'- SALSMEN.iWANTED ' i wrl'-troar- n I'ni-rlur'- ll i i I I f . '' - m TAXES! TAXES! I'JlOTOGKiPJIKB, p"n I BAKKN - 1 y il ur. e. tri al 1 1 Dc-t,ar- icrroitHi lt -I- rp-el- ICE! I03S! ICE! Cu( union: liciitiioky Livery, Training, , d SALE STABLE joiix '(! I IH-ly- I fri-t.- Js 'h fmuos '"' . 1 n 1 Har-eiii..- , lt m ii . Bonds Fop Sale until Juno 1Mb, ' No I, Yellow I'oplar, friti nl shake, dnte, lar; ur fl tu set ve ,l friends unsnunj knolt, tu lw rut 'i Let i"iu, It in an N It si' Agent luehm diameter aud loadoi on cars. I will reUKKKKKNIKSs ceive lildi lor S or more at pltco lo John t) Carpei.ter, lluitonvtlle; J, i i I lor tvtiru loaded 1o measure-- ) and In iuk. James llratly, 8taiitord, J M. I'hlii,,," lu; p'caMi say ho mijii los can l ! liven d. Maii'ord. A. II. I'emiv. lutif.iM , Mrs. KannlV I will ricrlVB lo's at at y statloti KMtvll I aru, Uiieaster. tlen W J Ijiidmiii, AddrtHS, Krauch uf I A N (riarlesSaiidl,U Jumtlun City; IV,' Unrastir -- tl sii rl. ry A HIM:, M K M arp-ir Ma,m"l' aiti. .'iiviu nuiiuer, i rati Unbard. II I U'.u laio. ISSIyr ! ... rfioi, nmor-SMti'iir- tl. . - Kids will be rece vtd .by I bo tin lertitne-- l (utii tiiUilooers of thi, liarra d County .linking 1'util le-7- , f.r the fo'lowlug lbiods, MYERS HOTEL. P.. Bell-Caldw- ell tIi: S50.000 JJ.OOO 1, C FER CENT. GARRARD CO. BO.VDS STANPORD. KY. H. BURN8IDE, - Propr HiRh ea-te- em 10 yrars lr payablo (luirard of Inncatter. National ilauk boeds maturlCK July I, ISA7, will lw taken ment of any o I above. Tbe dinoiultutlon bonds will bell.OCO, The Commissioners the right to reject any or all bids, lis; payable each year fur Inti-rrs- t m July ' In pay at the uuniy of the reserve Tbia Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintaina ita Reputation, ANI Incasttr, Ky ") JOHN (JILL. - I J.rf. HOIIIN'ON, WM.H. KINNAlitI),) H. in tn , May it, 16S7. u? ILroRr!etor ia Dotorminod that it Shall be decond to no Country Hotel in the 8tate in its Fare, Appointment!, or Atten. tion to Comfort of their OneitB Tilt: Tiioitoi';ii mt r.n POWDE! HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL 0'i makuiiin of ,t .i:i,i.i;. n, Absolutely Pure. ... wlit-tiie- r kn(ik-ile,ittidtu-ii.- Wholesale Grocers lnln atrcot. n: G20,0.2.ir.x: lt ..rt ii. .. bTAM'OHD, ITY. itac-eouia side Main fllroot, two doo s Mar)uls of Adlleno'a dam, Adeline, hai sire 0' mil Ajt Hotel, Imporied Uncle Tom dam Imported Ijdy Fishdul"""'r'l ho ron"i.WllrUU' 0X'de er, For further particulars as to prdlgrti) teu it K. II. II. Tbitls a very tine yoiiu (lull from a cili'brat-e- d wee Hi'lr'econiiBnd lainlly ot lullktrs lucludibK the tow l.ciio, the yuila,ih(l..llnir,r ,. rCtirtt Id knon lo us (ji uoimh.xi greatitt of lur day; her oauer has luij rnl'ivkl an,t i.lxt. 000 for her. PuuiraalMl not tm Mehave sol I rnntl cattle luvi- 'akes- the Tho Holstilu-rnlslatile, in I in njr ,uili. t; AT C4UH Blrlcuit. with lead us tho huit fur the family, nu I a cit-l'l tntilltftaiLn. EX lirdonl; bjthi tli ii hhorlhi rn inlucts a vtiy lniu aui'iial, ( Alevtt A Lltl, VgXlMttClttxlcriCa. will buy 1,11 tin. male ralvts bei,oiteu by this at weanin; time. HudiM.N', V. hull Btu'd,iki Claolnnatl,aMg Tblt floe Hull will stand tho seaous now ojtu menctxlat my stable on the Lancaster I' Ikeoa half milu Irum bunford Cuurl lloiite at Ji'tn-teaaowl'li thn prillii(eol nnn Jint the cow uu til the cow proves lu rail, .Money due when cow is first served. MuriUlsof Adellmi's sire, licrbort, his sire Apollo aud Dam Imjioried 8outheru Itcsu- - naggrtge erlll bt eoiveytd to and from rreenf eharajt. Special aceoramodatl the Is oa to Commercial Traveler!. The liar will alnjyt tipplled with tie choicest hrands of l.lqinrt and (lit art. HT HOKOW hEB F U.VVVUA.N, DJ3NTIHT, " fl u - - l-- d iv. 130-1- Uf. wijiUllilltHs. Oil 1 ii. JULi.ri:. 'HCOtd-sX?.- ' Magaie sBtatavj m p EoUtir Druifliti, Mi: tl.M