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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887061401 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. wmu Heelll J & ' ' ' ' mttfiif 14, 1887. VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE livated he could not have Le.'n eurpaged People illicit think il HtrAiie, but ahe trii ly lovui him, with all hi idnr. The great and only binra of hi life were and women." .Shu went to the City Hospital in I'jalon in lH7b, where ehc went through n painful operation nun wia bam filed, but not cared Her helili but bein poor ever eince befrie hn lefl her, and one year agu hir health entirely failed. The family to which Charlce E'drr belonged was of the lilche.rt reiirCta b'.lity and liia denlh will be n great blow to them. Hne only know the wliur)tb)iita of the followim; member: Mrs Kuah Lndd, Mayfikld, Iy ; J.ahtli K der, Atkadelphia, Art'en-a- -; Hon rtioinaa il. Elder, Beatlle, Kinioounly, Wiihington Territory. Tho la.pt named n elected at Ut fnli' o'erlion on the duniiHiMtic tinei a a deleriate to C nur-- . The JeMiipt'o i thit Mm E der ijive o the c urioter aikI dip.iiiori of htr hii'band oirrfp'nd in eynry wilh ttiu ret u uvliin be hire Imre. A l the extracts of letterj en ziv written 'iy him to her brnathe the moet devoted loved datiKbter for iter and hi Thrre i no ciUk hon whr he deerteil 'hem an I put out the truck behind him, inl" people can draw c ncltimoiM friim hi ardent love lor ntrong drink uod trr fe male ex, nr prrhApe other pirtiou cf the It le - old nai iu f I. i' l)irinc. hiMorv. Taere eecm i b- - a uiirc inception in ome ipiirter that 'its ciiutnitled uicide. Tuere waano (iroof to ibnt ttlect Ha wae fjund dead iu l.i "hnp The verdict cf the jury wa th At hecime to hi death hy nn and brandy Dm Dc and Weley could ive no othr opinion withK ) evi out a iot innrlem exmiua'ion deuce coul be drawn from dnifgUt that he had procureil any morphine or any othThe mot prohibit er poi'onou drug uidtcil npimcn given privately, w that in pitchini: face foreinaM from h' chair "x-inIoiir-lnt,eriiCt 1 NO. 237. Ml VERNON, ROCKCASTLE C0UN1Y, D. P. Belhuram'a diMillf ry will remain THE MERRY BACHELORS' HOP. ViibtlHhat Ttitimtaunuul -- AT I'rlitau r 1M3UANNUM. CAHU. understood I! wecredll that ll.M will tocted and demanded. t" " V. P. ML SALEM, WALTON LINCOLN CO'JNTt Furthur Particular of the L'ft of Simpton Alias Elder roeceivo! n II. McAnl'Joh Iim II. telegram from Kana tell" t n iheilhiner il of .n tiniHier oils il'n bin moil Iiiip. buta account of Inthe entiotl conJitinti of hi ilihl-U in the law, Mm Sjiui McAniurh, who lone'tntnijeol oan'iiuipJlua, he oantiot at il r lend- - Btntnin chxw4 oacSother up ilj ne. R t Hh the limber a f in ndStu 0 n.-a- r I" have Neil oo lb Yoaettiite ret-oarpUi for the pat week. IMI CMauian . . UinnnlJa--e rind k'ol very d flijtiliT nt to feiniUa not Into ouiei e I gtma, by 21 to r uiond. , and other If in uc 'i iliesatiefiction i creited in cn 3IOXDAY, J03TE IIJTII, 1SST. public.well, ihraw Mia Emm Liavell, while nlbatro, ' a umII cbool trualtai' election it would cnl i4K otchoiher mii4il4 This Is one ot the most noMirhtfut and dcserTad- green vedvel; pausie. ! It popular summer resorts In America. Fire ex editor of one b- -i" eeeiu that when a (ireeldenl cf our country A dUtiniiUhel kinds olmMiral waters. ot unexcollfd curative Mia Berta Letcher, blue Mtin, while wa to be 7oted fir a war of eiterminaiion tprm. etc., addreis powers. 1'or circular girl n of tb prineipit ppei"0l Yjmii r m in lace IIOUAIIV, Illds wpl ba rccoced hj the undersigned 1. II.Alum Spring", Ky. would purely be the reult. deaMndtnt of the with violent c:iiion (larra d County a'lnklm; Fund the Misi Mtnni Grabel, blue nun's veiling, until Juno 13th, 19s7, for the tJllowls Bonds, Cur marahal ha been idieaa long tliat "dire: onllnent" und wffl fine blond" hair JSO. M. PUBKISi n. S. MAET1S. he fiadi il ueoef irr ti gJ on the rock pile lace; peirl. w loMenel and eouie ouiinin African DANVILLE. Buochkid, Ky., May, lsS7.' and perhapi i few ilWuirued hiuielf, asying l.iat ho la determine I that wool w S50.000 G PSR CST. GARRARD CO. SONDS (lower Mis Jeie Dodd, white llanne); AlbriRht A Mtrtln bo,' to inform their many and K hlopUn blued it bill nit be Slid thit be failed to fltlld droof Mis Maggio Dodd, whito flannel; rose. $5,000 payablo each year for 10 years (rom July friends and customers cd he change In firm name uie one Itioro wnile in itliie. at the to waattnrbl hr lh intilJr elree . but no Interest payable 1, JS37 HCSTO.NVII.LE. hatiousl Bank of Lancaster. Uarrard county JIAKTIX A VlAllilXS. ruetdty oveuini; genllejian Mepped A largi., portly nsriutH titmice dun maturing July will be taken MiSallie Cook, a la Suit over blue bonds of any of abore. 1,1837, denomination In payof the difficulty c"J UI Iwtwrtn from the train here Saturday morning, Tho ment Tne new firm hops not only to ttistaln the Iwt a Krlou silk; pink roe. bonds will be 11,090. The Commissioners reserre oftbeold, but InteuJs to make many Imwithout h liiiker or uioutache, no one rec while, and JSnd It lie, n Iron WlUrr-oi- , the right to reject any or all bids. provements in the manuf.tcture ot tobacco whicS Mi Bss'ie Drye. while velvet, lin'eletn ) JOHN 8. UlhU will be to the Interest ol our custonms. We will biing ogmz ng him until be mentiocei nun, in whici tiro ho'.' elUlitly Cota'srs. hroidered front, cntiain; diamond. J.d. IIOBIN'ON. devote spec al attention to our Natural Loaf brands " M. H. KINNA1RD.J from Iieltcjunty. It was Fihle of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you fjr past were rlr.l uu etch "ide, bitii receiving Misj Je'ee Cook, pink cashmere, satin; Lancaster, Ky , May il, 16S7. favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, a null of ltlood to hi betd, resultciieil Ttie new time card that went into efTere if not dangerous wounJe. we remalu, llesp.ctfully your., Another prihable opin- fect S'ludiy change and ahorten the lime Ibwer. C. ing in apnplexr i. JI.iitTi. & VEHMtlXS. Tfcfl veil nroildin.f the myalfry of CUAn OKCHAUD. conili-lioPEARSON & CLARK, e The ol the night expteia going South K .Siinp-os- , or wire jiroiterly Crmrles Ki- ion might be advanced that ii feeb'e Mis Join B'lchanan, blue mti II, lace; em mijht liAve Ihe of hi : train now meot at Mr. Vernon at pearlr. dead in hli tin h p in GU.VND ller, whs wt found im whia 12. IS a.m. The Sjuth bound i now the beenltf-e- J. wbUky in it f itai work, R the u M unity. MtT 'J h Yeauie Min Annie Ho1me, white embroidered ky did nut kill avernl other in tho crowd, fatcM train on the raid. LEXINGTON, KY. lo til1 rcq'iMl of Mr. W In n ! ! mull; diamond eqiMlly full. It appear mat no democrAtic candiT. it alty,.--i relative of Mm r.iUySimp no doubt Irene Dillion, heliotrope nun' Mis fc "Voe.t IVInln Slroot. date will be in the rice for Cjunty SuperFair Qrouuils, Soiuorsot, Ky., eon, hi former wife. Mr Lrdta J Kl ler, veiling, velvet; gold. UNO. 3T0CK MHO CHOP intendent of School and it now lie beof lirMfewAUT'n Corner', Vermont, li STAFFORD. -- WANTnw -- Uicon, by T. H. Walton. tween Divi and Bikr. Lateu Prcf. J. Riven a hlMory f.f herrelf and uiarrir.e Mi Bn'ie P. 'id, blue eilk, vclve1; How. Hiue-Kreeed Are telling in Pari at S. Kppert will probibly be the demo- er. with hi in nd hi. ayward, wudrin life 31AIXST., ItlCIIMOM). KV Trotting Kaces: wrontrd, nilleiirs 1 to 20 cult. i,i hiMory of cratic nominee for Counly Superintendent i Ii Miss .Sua Hint, white lace over pink Young & Han old At Auction in M Must be Merchants Puree, tor foal of 'i B. of Piiblic School. silk; gold. wtiinu, wilh bruWed and blerdinr: hart on owned or bred In I'uUsii or Wayne county It Shorthorn at an uver And penilence on For a good Table , to $ 25 00 boen variout gueae Tuere ha couuty. Purse heliotrnpa moire, nat Mi Mty tl.e one Mde nd remoMr And clean acd well furnished rooms, this Hotel Hotel Purse for foals of 'SI; siuie conditions. bjle bAr the uiArk iiKe of f 1 VA. who is likclv to ba nominated here by the turAl llower. 25 CO the other. Tho Purse bat no superior. Good rampte rooms attached. -- H. U.SiW. II. Tate eold to J H. & prohibitioninU) on the 18:Ii for the legislay "MOO Pursi Tbiee Mlnuto Clss tritates tt.00 r day. of truth on it. fce nd if uy ierondoubl(i Mis Annie Shanke, blue eilk, lace; dia 50 00 Free lor All. Purse her J. M. Dnnctti, III two year old mule for ture Their caudidate will, wo suppose, mond. Parse, Mile heaf, 3 iu 6, eic-p- t her he request, them to inTetiH 1 i'.v.i 00 - i. Monticello Signal. 1.2 iu 3. which gel the uual vote, a corporal' giurd in chmcier from protuiunt cilmn. of her Mis Annie Alcorn, white lace dres.-- ; diaKunnlui; ltices: Forty tnree head of Shorthorn from number, though it eem to be great waate born in LONDON. Kr, Mr. Klder w own action. olds, iiest 2 beats, for 2 and mond. Oean old near Mt the herd of (Say J 23 CO in 3. Purse of time And breath trying to convince re UridKertrp, Vt , where her pwenU lired F .B.RILEY, Proprietor. Miai Beie Richard, cream mull over - 100 00 lit mile, nuy age, ben I in 3. Purse in red eatin; rose?. reUtiTM hrinc in Sterling at n average of publican and democrat thnt prohibition till they died. She had Hading litre: TliuroiiKlily Jtcnovnlctl nml Itefur-nlslie- il Half inHe; best 2 la 3. Purse George I). White, of While' Station, Me ? 10 03 party. Mie Ktania.Saulley, heliotrope cura, lace; Hoilon, wilh whom be lired for awhile, tliroiiicliuiit. First. claas Fare h eoid to Cipt. KAm II. Plone 10.000 lb. Mule Itncc: in Liverpool and other foreign cities will llower. and ma connccled with the iind rensoiiitliloiirlcpi. Day ami nlulil Half mile, beat 2 In 3 Pure J 10 00 Kichmond noon 5 and 0 cent be overrun with order, for epirits, With her fhter and family abe ouobcc at Mis Ella Shank, white silk, lace overInliiniirc met by polite I'orlera of tilts All Pursca dlvUei 1st 74 per cent; 2d 21 per hwdneo Kegiter. cnt. Iiopulnr Hiiiihc. from prohibition State, countie and citie, drew; diamonds. drifted to the Weit, where bo bfCAwe Entrance fee 10 perceu'ii tori Hi 3 to sun. Jim OueM' Tern L'jtta won the ince thit Portl-indMaine, dealer has Klder They Huwada Bjazley, white Ottoman bntries close Juuo 21, 13S7. with Ctirle Misi LOUIS SCIILElsEL, lo ba glvea at A giaud display of Firework for throe-feauU' at St. Liuia brougl t to light the fact that the Kn-men- t AtUcbed to eichother and wilh lier it llreen take rep; diamond. nibt liand In attend mce day snl nigot 1 mile. Net vaU (icod her over 5 Marter in 2 l'2; protect tue dealer in imported lote, and Mie Anna Heid, pink eilk, lace over bectmea fixed factor For lurltitr lofonuatiou d lrra4 060. VX 11 A dJ in unbroken pickagc. drts; white rose. liquor when thu fhe believed their ue ol pure to winner $1 t'HA.i. I) oomcrtct,31, brightest dream IllCIIJlOSli, KKTCCKV. Ky .Strainl from our pwiure on or about (ileal KOjdne, won't the hip tnk with I'hev weie married Oct Mis Miry A'corn, white flannel; pcarle. wa- - mutiitl. lore brown mire uiu.i HJ hmda thoir Iod of jug piled to the umM tojt? Mav Photographs in all styles and sizos. l'hey wereten fmr rdldren Misi M mie 0 vsley, pink eilk, lacf ; dia 17. 1."'.S high. A libsral rewtr I wji lj iven for 1 II, Clay, our clever and energetic daiuhlei -- all deid mond. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and twnrn4 and ti ere-tor in'orm itlon Water Colors. muaic man, itopped over witu in odiiday. a ilniihfr, who i now nr Mis Maggie Ovale, pink ailk, lace; diaJ. V. Si B (I. (lover. Hugh Miller ha returned (rem achool at monds In rr.iues anl Mits at very low litlnj: and uiuried, and her name ia Knie Now deslsni (JOl-lLit iue we bad a go-i- rep in from Kirkrille. Ue? E. Sjolra-- an I Mis Mis Alma Hiys, blue nuo'a veiling, Prices. Merrill, with whom he l now Mopping. ue now a telegram toll nd ahe went th peiob cro ; dlnpanition Ueorgia Brown icurned Saturday from pink aiiio; roe. He wan of a raving ! tb-trosb U are ravnting Hi lowir pen their repeutive echool a. Lexington. John Mi Liu Dunn, pink nun' veiling wilh him from plice to place, burjinc then ripul.ir "I l).lawie and tba- the Clop will M. v'ilIiaiiH, of hero among youi place, Min L 'e Farr a. white II inne1; natural caiidren Indiflereut locHIif. In all nhe The colored Eaptlst church of Stanford will nay Ttie tha'ie Iia i, ami lr :tr(.eiy old friend and echoolmalea. Mre. John llower Slti'J reward for ihe arrest and conviction ol the livid with him 1U year, in Iaw person who fifed Into the church and woundfd during the pit two wrek. Debord te expected to live bjt a short lime Muse E Ion Wearen, white mull; roe. end iwice tbt'T moTed to her fthetV cjiue ilev. (io.rce W. Hilling on 'the nlisbt of the Hi CAtile in - I,en, Hudoo i; C . aold 300 WilliAni Pea) ha joined Ihe Good Tern LOUI3XII.LE. home iu Vermont, where thuy lived rx Craw Jackma.v. AncSitiyks. PN VanAr- Y irk, which were taken from thu din When the war broke oul he elariwi New plare. Mis Carrie Meynell, white moiro tilk; CALK, Alllt AnTKB AND ALU.X. SMITH. yeati-- . ImiulreJ. fur it i'Trone, pi Institute diamond. The KjcIccai1h Tuacbexe' to n to hi lirolher in CilllnrnW, but en lilleriei IPBjAX'JCS ! leiMiiey tMiigbt thin erl(21 yearling will begiu on the 11th d ly if July and road he Mopped at HinlinRioii, Iowa, ai J hu Mie Jennie Cir.iinger. black laci; dia the 1'. )timon nd 22 hed of hold mule from by a tentleman mond. ix daj, conductod bii f.Uher's houee and boyhood' home. Nive Ilrothera at about Jl'J j ier head ol uiyriy State as widely known I am now jircr.jre-- to tale orders for all Mi Katio Matidiville. whilo moire, lace; From Ibere lie wnt to lMse'e l'eik, vitit Advoone. Duviile plants and will Iuvh thtm ready at any tine nc V Kiberta lwuifit Jake a very auccinfal educator at the Sunburn white rosei". and from tlienro to Cuo-I- rtl I est seed aud are if Alexander 1BK ariiaintanfei, wsary. My plums are from the ...., warranted lo Ik) la.) best Mr Maudiviile, chaperone. City, CoUradj, and workud il thH tin UiArd OlMiog, tin" avera.ed 2.1'J pjiind, InciinA Normal Iutitute. Pro'. W. E. d II Ji.l.W. Mr 15ird will take thi eauie Lngeiibee'. All the teacher of he c tin-tenliMed in ihe at U ceil bile, then ner'n Stanford MiGerty Lobb, Kan-a- a Citj; black " r "Iff 'J r.rnla. hack in July or Aina' at bue holding cjrtiticAte are r quired to It lace; gold. uruiy. After the war clo-e- d he rc'iirned to Curry A Hue bought tin wek o' Anthony SAHBER SHO? HOUSE THE POMHAK Mies Kan Lgau, Nicholasville; while hi. wi'e in Veiinonl hiid remained 0 weekii Johnson lh heid ol extra mce. 2 yoAr old present. Oa the Ian day of the Institute IjK.I.S.UIU)ETT, I). C. Jeriiune bought cf toacher iinnlying for cer mull, heliotrope eatin. llecuncludul topi bscl; WeM and inveM callle at 3 cent ol ood butch r caiiIo from Hatcli-el- l tificates (o teach in the county will lake Misa May Ferguson, Covington; street hi money, clmui.iu that in two ytiri il 21 OCULIST, JUvSKJ. TII0PM1, PllOl'Ml. r a St Kibv at p ind liar place The charge to cover expense of the hitu teveral thoueand JoIIbm. rrd'h'.irg Democrat. would yield costume. BRODHEAD, KY. Woikoonelu the Utf-- t stj.-- , w,tu ti nines Institute will ba SI for each teacher. Mis Mallie Yatbrough, Como, Missis t;he not wantinK o ro, it wah mutually anJ illseaieh. I.""le' and thvlJrei.'s work In- Bucklcn's Arnica Sahc William Bunyau and wife paaed ippi; pins aura; diamond. Has had anexperlen e ot over flfteen ycirs, and ylted agreed between them that at the end of two nas surcessmiiy ireateii nunureia oi esses ens-clTuebMtalve In tlia worM lor CuW. Urultt. through here Friday afoot with budget on The gentlemen present were: Mesra. year, if 'he Mill did not wiMi to ijj WeM, attention Is given to the treatment of all disBores, Salt ttheuin, Kever Borei, Tetter, Chapped address he wa to return to her in Vermont. IIB llaet. C'dllilaln., rurnaanJ allHktn jlruptloni, Iheir back, from a paint 160 mile south- Cabbell Denny, Samuel Duncan, Jas Wet, eases of theejes. Name anddoalrod. ot patleLts curod given on application If ! wrota to her occuiotiAlly, but never e?ut orno pay njulrcj, I, west of St. Loui on their way lo Ewt Ten William Ktnaaird, Ke Kinnalrd, John nJ BitiiTi'yrurea I'llri, Tnoy Storm, Osorge Bradley, William 0sley, IaM four years. He It gi. .nint i l.Kl'' i'f t Mtlifictlon.or monoy neee, having walked nil the way her any money till the I'rien ' cent, per box. Kor aalo by had their home deMroyed by fire on the Lancaster. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, left hr AusiiM 21, ISU3, and he the not refj'i'IeJMcAllntfcr. 10 h of April and they Immediately struck Messrs. J. Woh Davi. Harry Tamplett, at what time ahe loM trace of Poniiy Knab', the ftturii DeckThe rttaie rt'dly OK l.tNt'AKTEIt, KY. er A "oii, lha ipular aud reliable Ueivit. Tha Wonderful Cures, out for their old home and frieod iu the W. II Settle, Caarle Sutfiald, Ja. Clarke, 'rimclrcuoiMancailt miut bavo l,im ii cpletiraiid C!oiiii A 'a'rei, aul the John . - W.I). llojtA Co., wholesale and retail Church A Co's eat, a second Pilgrim's Progress as it were, Wm. Oflutt, John Overall, Sam M. Wil- - CAIMIAI- b uu i'i it 1S0S And while at hi brother'. Home, (la., .ajr: "We have Iwb Rolling In Ar-d- - 'Iphia, Arkana,i, from which Dr. King' New Dlicovery, Kleclrlc lllttera and having paed aucceaelully through various Idle, Louisville. 03Ftc3r-ua..rsrsi- This Bank solicits accounts of Indlvlluals. firms llujh L, Scott, Cha. W. Metcalf, Its facilities for uaklnj colplaci I ecime to Kentucky, and ahe loM Uuckleu'. Arnica Salvo for two yean. Have nev viciiiude including the Slough of and Any ondlrlii mii'ijut anl durable mugive auch good, that lections, Iu ll parts of the United States, are unthev will in all probability reach tncj i him till f iur yew ai;o aho tracked er handled satisfaction. tell ai well, or been tome veil to .'xainlDe our sical Instrument will d There hare hius for tha Ky.. nd found him universal veir- 11. B. surpassed, and cutoaiers are at .all times granted prices bsforeim wicket gale by July 1st. Dan K. Uarrard, Manchester. liliu i. Middladuru. In this the Jo.iu ChiiMi A Ct, and wilt wonlerlul cures effecteil by those medicine any reisocable accommodatloca they see proper our Plautialui sveu int , and our Organs Wilson, Junction City. under the asuuied name of C E city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption marrioi We beg to otfer our services to the to ask "I feel so mterable again this mornlnn," for fltd yeara T.ie Evcrc!' Pli.io aud the Clouifh l,,lve P Wm, Hockcr, Will Huffman, HuMon ot neighboring counties, without Banking Simpaou. 6be wa. lakini; nii-- t A Warden Orgm me t'w have btenentlroly cured bj the useol a tew bot- aBid a complaininc wife. 'Tea," rejdied mot reliable Oar Imtrumenta and assure them that any business sent lustruincutt uisnufic'ur appealed to her with tles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In connec- her exasperated hmband, ''ynu wouldn't be ville, facilities him arrested, when he ciubsveu11 al l''V ioho'.Ih.' iu Mufnd, where atmany tion with Klectrlo Hitters. We guarantee them hsppv if you weren't miserable all the Mlsa l!as chaids will ute mlcci, eto Messrs. Jim Carson, Jim Cook, George us shall nl all tlmos have prompt and faithful no much remorae, penitence and no (1) tention ulnars. Hold by Tenuy 4 McAllster. lui'rumcnta Pertons who navo piirciM.ixl ihc-Harper1 Bzir. time." Penny, Ed Wallon, Bailey Hill, Charley good protuUee that ahe dwlited and aaved will te.tifr in lliilr diiraMiltt h,ii pkicint rlulsh IHIlir.CTOKSit Wh will b iila 1 In. vrvo tae (j .'jiu, nd guaraa Reliable House. of ter children An Enterprising, flrunkenneii, or Llqaor Hablt.can be Cured by Carson, George Keller, Will Tribble, Dick him. He was the father tn.satl.iK'tloil J. M. MUUI.IUOTHAM. du- Punnr .1 McAllster can always bo relied upon almimttering Dr. Haines' Golden Specific. Elder W. I, Willla'ii, 'f Huttonvllle. el.o rp- Dennv, Doc Carpenter, Bob Hii , Ed Jones, aod -- he had not the heart to injure or JOEL J. WALKER LEWIS Y. I.E IVEIX, not only to carry In stock tha bast of ovory thing the Jnlu, Cuurch A C , aud will be plea. , limce ehe had ieelMRa ci HaBob While, Mastereon Peyton, Jim Craig, it can bo given hi n cii ol cnlTeo or tea wlth-r-oi lo rve bis frlioils J. W. LOOAN, treA him. At secure the Agency for such articles as have J & JOUNeO.S-' the know leilgo of the person taking It, efbut on but to s Ii A.' I... I HH, Agents. Lickey, U. V, HUBBLE, T. M. AK.NOLt), n merit, and are popular with the peotred, revenue and love combined, fecting a speedy and permanent cure, whether Tom Lickey, Joe Embry, Gabe IIK1'EKKCC'. B. O. Ml'LLIN:. aya conijuered. IU ple, theroby sust sluing the reputation ofbelng aN the patient la a moderate drinker or nn nlco. Newt Craig, Willie Craig, Bowen Given, JtU a.coiid thought love alw John 1). tVreMr Mu.tonvti.e. 1 M. P.lmire, havo Imlic wreck. 'IIidiisuhIi nt iltimkaril seord, Jauii-- Bvuilv, jtu'iinl. I 'I. pnlllps, Jack Hobb. Jim Held, Eph U at he bad told storlei to wars enterprising and ever reliable. Having Stan wrote to her men Uo haie taken tho Mark Hardin, OKPlCKUHi tho celebrated Dr. King's neen ni'.iilo tenipei'iitu aii'." Mr.. Fannie mmu'uiJ: A. 1'.. Heuo', the Agenejliolilen bpecllle In their enllee without their Pennington. wrd(flii!picion She was aaured that cured Discovery for for Lancaster; (!eu iV J mlcui, Lancaster, Consumption, will sell It on a knowledge, and New tiellcve Hit' ipilt drink' M. Payne, CharlesQ.udtdxe, Juaillou In buaineia J. M. lIIlilllNBOTHAM,PUE3T. will surely cure any and ing nl their im u free will. hud never billed a man. Nb Inn infill effect he positive guarantee.' It Tnu Canard Steamship Company ha Pitachersvlilej Mrs KM.' irp in r Miutord; LEWIS V. LEAVEUL, V..PP.E3T., It administration. Cures guarantlioneM and tiprmht every atlectlonol tho Throit, l.uni and Chest, Mangle llulmer, Crab Ontsanl- O. T,' Wal- fnmi Mn. he wh always callel been fined $1,000 for lauding an inene taio, i.inwster. J. P. iANPIFER, CA3UIEH. eed, send lor circular and im iyr many enod andloshowourcontllonco, walutit' you to call AitdriMi in enr.fldenee GoutK.Vfull particular. hi'iiCli'lcCo., pauper woman in Boston. and a sood nelKhbor. He B F. HUD30S.TELLKR j () "W'i m, iii ruaf "hlo ud get a Trial Ilottle Free. cul- (1mliwand if they had been properly . near Ucithtr tht iiiicinc wachutber Dul a hail a uttlWu flrbt thee Two rum funl-liei- of clo'ed until Sept. lit. Several went from here Sunday to hear Iirn. ilirne at Dripping .Spring". Mr J. Smiley will eoon put up annth er aaw mill nn drv fork of Skiiggii Creek. John Suiilev, whre trinl wa ret f r lait Wedrieaihy, did cot appear. Wili yet atlarge. Uiiell Jamea T Uirbee, prohibition cindidiie for P.eglter o( the Lind Oflice, will upealf here WedniaJay, loth int. Mr. J. N. Brown, an cxperionctd of Level (Jrcen, hai btn emp'ovwi lo tearh the public xuhool here - Kv. Cjckrill hld at tin Cnriatian church Siturday evfnine and Sunday and will probibly preach at night during tbi week 0.1 Siturday, July 21, at Hedville, County Superintendent Divn will examine (hoe applying for ctrtifiaitei to tenoh in ihst nrtinn of the county. With a republican, a democratic und a, prohibitloa candidate in the Slid, KickcAHle will likely make thing warm for next seven week Siturday at Val-- J In the hi? ball ihe ley Pirk mtwcn tha Webir nine n ScrtltM, the lat'er were victori'JU. after a 1 arici Whenever the Mer-2- r ry Barhelor of Blan- Tl iVZl-- --riora atiempi aoyining " T fi t- N. it i a foregone conclua l sion that it will be eucc6e. Their annual summer bop tjlven at Wa'ton' Opera Hou F'riday night fiilly maintained their reputation, for it wa a brilliant athir In evcrT repect The ''beau ty and chlva'rv" i f iIm iirroundin towns and countrr were out in full force in addition to x delegation from Louisville that '"I honor o thai city of beautiful women and hands'iiiie wen. The music wan quite furnisbirg it a Nature, SeibenV in their ecitnined excellent B'yltf. The tuerrv dance m kept up till 5 o'clock and even lbn the happ7 assemblage wa loth to break up. Follow i a list of the beautite who attended and what adorned their love- TAXES! TAXES! To tho DRUG STORE FOR SALE! In the liest towa In Kentnckr. EleKint FUturp and a nice, clean block of Unit, Anidj to lha f.ditorof ihls jiaper. Tat Payers of Lincoln County. , S-- UtlfA The Tax Book ara now ready and I am ready to receive tho Taxes t'ndcr the nw Itercnna Ijnr UiHhprl:t Is compelled lit settle ltli the hlatn ttro month earllor thfti Heretofore, bo please (o'lflji ward a d pirly. T. ! ir Mlll'h.lMt.S 1..C rasBlni: tor our new and jupulnr publications l.lbvral leims and exclusiTH territory Riven. Teachers, students and others, dcsliln iiertnancnt employment stiould addre s at otica K. ADAM- .tC'o.,11 Palace Hotel llulldtni;, Cincinnati, O. $7.50 PER DAYVtca7. I am dailT opening an elegant lino of HprlDj and euiutuer Milliner, inciuoiug an Tho Latest Novelties of the Sadion. Alto t'otloni, fitch as Handkerchiefs. Collirs and Cults Kuchtni, Corsets, Bustlis, He. Yo'i y will Bod mi nt the rooms lately vacated tiy t '.Varrn, next dor to thH if vers Homo. fciul-leg MT, VERNOW, KY. Hotel Ii silll raaln. reputation. Charsos reasonablo Hreelalmtnll,a to tho traeelluB public. 1'. XEWCOJIIt, Pro'r. Mt. Vernon, Ky. voll-kno- 7 his old and Its Que is:-2- icirt; nviMEtuit. JAS. W. AYKI.S. 0. OtVKSJ, J. Notary Tubllc AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT 311 ly figure: rrtOM LANCASTKlt. M Fifth Street, LAWJiu.,,,,,,,,, una Ticmity crerr iBornlu li?ES2 IGE2! IGS3! - in Stanford t si mull. Mi Nll Dunctn, white Orieatal lace, LOUISVIIiliE, Ilooms3and 5, Cromle Block. (l'."5-ly- ICY. One Cent Per Pound. it v. is ,m now. at Alum Accennts duo at the ckse of each month or when customer quits. J alict (Jill, white broidered; diamond. Mi Svi, band em- W THE lUJBIiI. Health & Miw (iecrgie Moore, crcem mull, lace. AWie Muk'bury, white embroider ed mul'; l! )aus pink sitin, lace, din Mie M Attits nj:r ItaTlnjthtsdar sot'l my oatlie stock of uooJs to Mr. J If. Wat's, of thla pUr, I take pleasure In recomniacrttns him to you as a good Hutlness Man, uprlghtanl honorable In all resHcts. Tninkln yotilorpist larnrs and that my former patrons I will honur liliu with their trade and lusioia. rcmsln, ll!pectlully. .VrC.MTV. IP. Kings Mountain, May 31, 1SSJ. Pleasure Resort Sprinr Having built a Dew an! commndhus hinia at Alum epilogs, Boyle county, I will open it to the public tu f. -a-- of Bonds For Sale 30-r- CueUi ly cilrd i, n ex-pr- aitei Wholesale Grocers la l'l 203-6- oi2L,nijnA'jriN rr-ii- k Ifc A. O ES WILLIS HOUSE, arxjij"", 1887. tt' J. WILLIS, Fropriotor. S01-l- H.-lta- JACKNOT HOUSE, Half-mil- e $!. boi)U-bind- 207-G- c , r f PHOIOGR1PIIEB, 31-t- n o - $100 IfiE WAKD 1 Mil-eour- -- I UlO-t- bui-iue- a ,.... I - ln-a- 1 c-- n p-- 220-Oi- a. -- rft-c- "PliiS - world-renown- Driii-glita- 9i:,ooooo De-pon- d, Nich-olaavi- lle s j . n war-ra- nt citl-ae- ns l.t s ut resc-ul- s s - . to-il- l.i, M wmw mw WHninmmin Isaac Murphy, the jockey, has purchav $10,000 suburb ui icsidence nt Lx iogton. Armour, of Chicago, has purchas Stanford, Ky., June 14 1887 eJ Phil at Shipley, Florida, where he will ft site inaugurate a beef packing and storage bus iness W. P. WALTON. J. A Yirbrou'i. convie'ed of murder, was sentenced in Eainrit, Kansas, to one DEMOCRATIC TICKET. year' hard labir, after which time he is to Oovmnor-SIMOV BOLIVAIt BUCK-NE- be hanged. N Under the provisions of an act of Con cl Hart County. LlKUTKXANT UOVMNOR-JAM- Hj W. BBYAN, gress appropriating money to provide arms of Kenton county. and equipments for the militia, Kentucky Attonky Ok.nkral I. HAIiDIN, ot Sni-twhl- n nlerioroumiti - Mercer county. Audiiok-FAYET- TE HEWITT, of lHrdln county. TBKiti-auR-JAME- W. TATE, ol Woodford J. M. Cook's. Miss Embree, of Labanon, is with Miss Minnie Dinwiddle. Mis Kin Logan, of Nicholasvtlle, is ut John D, Miss Thurmon I, of Danville, is with her sister, Miss Sallie. Miss Claude Drye, Bradfordsvillc, is with Miss Jude Weatherford. Miss Dollic Williams, ol Hamilton College, Is with the old folks. Mrs. Dr. J. C. Kifie and son, of Texas, are with relatives here. Misses Alice Bnrgin and Banford, of Mercer, were here on Sunday, Mr. Esring, of Libanon, is at Mr. Jim Kose's. James IF. Taylor, ol Washington county, is with old friends. Marion Kose is circulating promiscuously. Will receives $11,9S1. The Supreme Court of New York has Kiid, "Rex," who has been engaged for two decided that hotel keepers in that State weeks exploring Texas or rather seeking at LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. cl a JOE F.WATEKB. JOHN V. MAVIB. . 's. county. SOPKBlNTENDEXT OF Pl'DLlC I.NSTaCCrlOH. JOSEPH DESUA TICKETI", of Tayctte county. ItKOlSTEK OF THE LAND OrFICK THOMAS II. CORBETT,of.McCrckcn county. LKaisLTVE-D- r. J. D. PETTUS, county. Lincoln Lancaster. Dr. Wishsrd, of D in villc, delivered a lecture at the Presbyterian church on Mormonlsm, its origin, its evils, Sa. Preparations for our grand bubecue are going rapidly forward. I'lie date is not yet fixed but it will be soon. boys. CjI, V. K. Garrard, of Manchester, Mrs. A. D. Rsid will give an enter p.veed through here several days ago on his taioment at the City Hall on June 21st, consisting of a class in elocution and litera- way to Ljxington to attend the grand barbecue and democratic love-feato be held ry and musical exercises. at Woodland Park Wednesday. If there Terra Co'.ta's mascot predicts that he is sure to win the Coicago derby on the are any good things going Dan is going to 25th inst. This is aeood pointer for those have his share and will always "get the re" on time. Mrs. Jeffrey, Pittsburg, suflcred wishing to bet. through of the original pipers in the cte, which Tex is railway the right to build Some of our chizjns were on tho look- a light sun stroke on our streets Thursday are claimed to have besn Iot, but have its streets and the road will now be pushed out Saturday evening for a balloon, which afternoon. P. R, Phillips, wife and little was reported to be en route from St. Louis boy, of Cninquapin Rough, Jackson county, since been found. We would hold in su- vigorously, are visiting here. Mies Lou Ja:knoti is premo contempt n liwyer, or rather a shyThe Kentucky Distiller1 Association to New York. Nobody saw it. in Birbjtirrille. Mrs. James Dees is to stop the production of ster, who would engage in the disrenutable later agreed J. C. Thompson, the jeweler, informs practice alluded to, but we are aware that whisky and to keep their distilleries idle the public that he has secured the services sick. Mayor .Mitchell, Richmond, win in an individual who would so engage would from July 1, 1SS7, to July 1. 1SSS It is of Mr. Max II. Griflin, of Liuisville, who the oity SitunUy. J. A. Craft was in Friday and Saturday. Miss Cora tme smartness enough to cover up his believed that nearly all the manufacturers will do All kinds of engraving and whose Pigg is back from a vinit to Rchmoml. in the Sta'e will sign the agreement. tracks and not expose in plain writing his specialty is fine watch work. Monograms Near Booneville, New York, Clarence cut while you are waiting. Call and eee .Miss Kate L Brown has returned Iruiu own rascality. For this reason and for Lancaster, where she had been visiting relothers we nre led to tho balief that Col. Arthur Day stabbed a young woman nam- him. atives. Mrs. Ida.B.T. Harman and little livBradley mny have been wronged. If such ed Josephine Rois, with whom he was The Lancaster gentlemen who attend-t- d daughter, Cora, are visiting in Williams practices ever were his. and we would die ing, threw her into a canal, took her out, the hop at Stanford on Friday night, exlike to think that they were, we have rea- stabbed her again and then hid her body in press themselves as having had a delight burg. Judge.Boyd came up from Wil son to know that his methods haye changed some bushei. He then ran away, but was ful time. In this connection I will state liamsburg court Saturday to sjmnd Sunday at home. John T. Hatcher and wife have as he grew older and learnod better and wo discovered and Hrrested. that there will be n grand bop hero on the Engineers have commenced surveying evening of the 21th and our boys hope to both been 'suffering with flux. Deputy are therefore not disposed to bring up againet him charges that have expired by the proposed railroad from Birmingham to eee.all the young folks of Stanford present. Sherifl C. M. Rmdall was seized with fiux while away from home iu the discharge of limitation and which we are assured were Somerset. Capt. Sykes and Maj. Dattgh-ertOn Sunday afternoon near Paint Lick, said the7 would begin John Hardin's horce became frightened at his dutiesand was with difficulty gotten never deserved. We have plenty of matein their address rial with which to fight Col. Bradley with- work October 1, 1S37, and that inside of two young men from Lancaster riding bi- home at all, but Is now improving. Granout going back 1 i years for it, and this we two yetrs would have connections with cycles And ran away with his carriage. The ville P. Johnson,;deputy jailer, was with him flball use as the campaign progreses and Birmingham and the Gulf States. Impartial, snblaeed and vehicle contained one of his little children, the occasion demands. The democratic which was fortunately uninjured, though people, people whojare thoroughly conversd ELI G 10 US. cause is not in so great danger as to occaant with tbe status of aflairs in the upper the carriage was dashed to pieces. of warfare, and sion h resort to such modes Rav. I. S. McElroy is assisting P.8V. Lancaster is on a building boom. The mountain counties, 'aro astounded at the we are at no such loss for amunition for S:udder in a meeting at Eliziville. missound of the hammer and the saw is heard statements of ascertain Sunday-schoo- l the fUht as those republican papsrs are, Rev. H. C. Morrison begun a protractsionary now, traveling in that section and on every hand and loud reports from the which are reproducing with bold head lines ed meeting at Harrodeburg last night. rock quarries, where they are blasting rock, amusing himself with "notes by the way," what Prentice said about Gen. Buckner at The Baptist General Association of in theJ.vrEMOK Jouusal. Especially is fathe beginning of the war, 26 years ago, Kentucky will meet with the church at startles the street loafer engaged in bis vorite psstime of spitting at flies on the bis statement that the "Ironside Baptist when men's minds and hearts were infhm-e- J Danville, beginning Friday, June 21. sidewalk, Down by the College John Lo- Church opposes all educational, religious and brother met brother in fratricidal Pre". John Augustus Williams, of the beneyolent;wotk," coming from one of strife. We are going to beat Csl. Bradley Daughter's College, Harrodsburg, will fill gan is preparing to burn a brick kiln, and Carist's deciplcs, startling in the extreme The by 50,(X'0, without recourse to his record the pulpit of the Christian chv:h next on all sides progress is the word, to tho'e who know that such is not the case. backboue of the whole thing is the Lan farther than the ono he is now making. Sunday morning and evening. caster Building and Loan Association, And the "ignorance, destitution and degre-datio- n Eider Noel, of the Baptist church, and almost entire lack I of chiistian Gov. Knott invites the people of Kenwhich cflers to the capitalist big interest tucky to be present at the memorial eervices Lancaster, has closed a protracted meeting on ms money, anu to tne poor man a way influences" which is so "appalling and scbool-hon- e, this county, to the tender-heartebroth in honor of Joel T. Hart, to bs held in' the at Forest Groye to get a home on easy terms. with 22 additions, Richmond Register. Slate cemetery at Frankfort at 11 o'clock A few members of the celebrated Dnl. er, certainly exists only in imiglnation or Ray. P. G. Etsom's meeting at the Saturday morning, June IS. Among the Boon Club held a preliminary meeting, opinions formedjby contact with the few honorary are W. N. Halde-ma- n Baptist church is increasing in interest and preparatory to their regular annual blow desperadoes with which this fair land is and Dan E. O'Sullivan, of Jtflereon power. Large congregations, overflow Sun- out on July 1, In Jael Walker's wools on cureeJ and which casts epprobium upon day, many going away. All the ministers county. Friday evening. I attended as an invited whole communities and tiers of countiee, with the pastor. Up to date The Rcghlcr announces that W. G. there have been V) professions and 13 ad- guest and I frankly admit that if the regu- even. The place of my birth, the home of White and French Tipton have purchased ditions. Meetings will be continued every lar meeting is a? erjoyable in proportion as my youth.and the ecene of my labors in the primary, that it will be a grand ailair. mature years, I am prepared to sy that the Richmond Herald Tip knows how to day this week at 3 r. M and Sr.Mi We had fish from Mr. Walker's pond, old my brother is wofully mistaken in his estirun a newspaper and we expect to see him mate of the mountain counties and siogu-larl. make a daisy out of his purchase. We Ikon 8. Moberley has Kentucky striped bacon from his smokeunfortunate in the choica of his epiwill spare his readers tho infliction n number of hands engaged in grubbing up house, ice from his ice house, which togeth hope he thets iu speaking of them, pirticularly for of the "Thin Column," however. 175 acres of iron weeds. Hs grubbed a er with bread, coflee and onions made a a man of God, who Is presumed to view the l&rgs boun Jary last year and says it is a feast fit fjr the Gods, I am fully persuaA Boston photographer has been having ded that tbe Boone Club is to day tbe mote in his brother's eye with his own all the fun he wanted taking pictures of so- sure means of destruction. Mr. William cociety in Kentucky. L)cg may cleared of the beam, who is supposed to be ciety young ladies in the nude, but tho Arnold, the pioneer iron weed grubber, is grandest possessed abundantly of that grace which Is it flourish. grand jury got onto it and he has been in- going over his extensive farm this season accorded a'place higher even than faith Ojr people are justly indignant over dicted. Only the voluptious forms were for the last time and finds little to do where he has heretofore grubbed. He is more the fact that the papers of this and adjoin- - and hope, to wit: charits! I am prepared photographed, the faces being either turnto say that to my own knowledge convinced than ever that grubbing is sure log counties, when speaking of ice great lurtber ed or hidden during the operation. each of the small counties viulfj by the death to iron weeds, Richmond Regis- race horse, "Terra Cotta," invariably alHon. A. J. Bradford, representative ter. lude to him as tbe sole property of Mr. J. brother contaius from 25 to 40 flourishing W. Guest. The truth is the colt was bred churchta. To be suro the buildings are from Bracken, and a candidate for the SenHUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY . by tbe late J. II. Bruce, of his county, and rude and humble and might escape tbe noate, died in Covington Saturday after a o was bought at bis sale by our county judge, tice of a man passing hurriedly through, a Dr. H. Brown returned from his short illness. He was quite a prominent member of the last House. trip Sunday morning, delighted with W. E Walker. He was named by our man evidently used to fine churches and his excursion, Miss Lucy Bogle is home townsman, Mr. E. D. Bishop, who loves perhaps much pomp in religion. This NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. from North Middletown to recuperate in horses as well as women. Judge Walker people (it maybc, unfortunately, who may religion, o'.ium cum dignitalt, after a ten months' sesnot having time to attend to the training of say?), cling to the primative Lamar is likely to be made a Supreme f tbe colt, sold a Judge. interest in him to and when theirjittle.log churches will not sion. Ojr wheat harvest is opening up this Mr. Guest. I hope the pipers in tbe fu- hold the multitudes of people seeking religThe Kentucky University at Lsxing-to- n (Monday) morning, with a fine prospsct ture, when speaking of the horse's owner- ious knowledge and comfort, they cheerfulturned out 13 graduates. The record in Rowan county shows 17 for an abundant yield. Notwithstanding ship, will use Judge Walker's name in con- ly repair to the. groves, "God's first temthe abundant rains the ground has continnection with that of Mr. Guest's. Our peo- ples," aud in their simple, earcest faith inmurders in less than three years. David Earley was killed by lightning ued dry; water courses are unusually low ple generally are proud of the horse and voke the divinej blessing; and "lawlessness while plowing in his field near Nicholas-ville- . and the atmosphere this morning may be rejoice at the Judge's good fortune, for a bloodshed" do not more abound than in lo described as cold. Vegetation, however, is better or cleverer man never lived. So it calities where the church steeples rear their The Cincinnati Southern earned f 201,- - progressing vigorously and proud heads hundreds of feet toward the crops generally is Walker & Guest's Terra Cotta, If you 751 last month, an increase of $66,070 over are promising. throne of the great Being to whose service please. May, 1886. they are dedicated, My sainted father was A squad of bicvclers from Stanford John II Woodcock, wife and son Will Tho Havemeyer Sugar Refinery near flushed like a trio of meleori into one of God'sjeervantsand told the simple, our vil- and Miss Motile Burdett went to Dripping Brooklyn burned Saturday, causing a loss lage Sunday morning. Ttieir sweet story of Christ's love for more than flitting was Springs on Saturday to hear Bro. Barnes, of $500,000. so rapid that I recogaizsd only the tall form Misses Dove Harris and Fleacle Cook are 40 years "without money and without West Point turned out 225 graduates of D.--, Penny. They loft our town price" in hundreds of pulpits in the mounin an nt Dripping Springs Master Ljtcber Owsand the Normal Academy at Annanapolia easterly direction and returned in the even- ley leaves for Annapolis Thursday to enter tains of Kentucky and Virginia; and altho' 15 this session. to be ing from the west, it is fair to conclude they the preparatory school there, with a view he did not believe the Sunday-schoo- l hot-beA forger in jiil at Paducah is trying to of the church," from which academy in September "the "put a belt around the earth (something to enter tbe naval tbe child may be transplanted at will, a starve himself to death. He has passed his over) in 40 minutes." He owes his good luck to Hon. J. B. 9.h day without food. christian, the scriptural essenMiss Sillie Thurmond closed the exerMr. Fred Sippalo, of Louisville, Hon. John H. Ewing, the oldest citi-ca- cises of her school Friday night tial, "ye must be born again," to the con with a was visiting at w. u. aweeney, .cq's. on of Washington, Pa., an uncle of James pleasant exhibition. Haryojng folks ac- Sunday. Miss Bssaie Bash has returned trary notwithstanding, yet his Mister's G. Blaine, is dead at the age of 00. quitted themselves admirably; and teacher home from North Middletown, Major work, through him as the humble instruTne Mason county prohibitionists nom and pupils wn the applause of a lar;;e and Flarry Evans and wife, of the College, are ment, may still be seen in the vineyard and the appreciative audience. inated a leading republican Miss Thurmond visiting relatives in HuroJaburg. Rev, where he labored. These lines are penned republic ins endorsed the nomination. went home to Danville on Saturday; hut has Morris Evans left on Saturday for a short in all charity, and alone from tbe fact that According to the United States Treas- been engaged by the W. G. Dunlap, of the Danville I know these counties are misrepresented, Irusieea to take charge trip. urer the circulation of coin and currency is of our district school for the next session, Uribunc, was in Lancaster Sunday. George however honestly it may be, the fact still oyer $58,000,000 greater than a year ago. I dislike to be personal, but apologet- Bohon, of Harrodsburg, is in town. Matt remains, and I feel that I should be unworNews has been receiyed of the death of ically follow the usual course, by noting Ellis, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday in our thy the name of man and the county of my William Sheridan, the tragedian, which octhat Mrs. R, J. Lyles and Miss Sallie Cook, city. W.S. Ferguson and Miss May have nativity should I mutely plead guilty (o curred at Sydney, New South Wales, May the charges contained in so reckless au infrom Nashyille, and Mrs. G. B. Cooper are returned from Dripping Springs. 18. dictment, M. T. CnAFr. R-- v ill-wist yis-itin- g y clear-thinkinheart-rending" d pall-bearv Weed-j.-CoI.TCai-cagone-hald Mc-Crea- ry. full-blow- n n A FBI end who imagines that our for Col. W. 0. Bradley would lead us o any extreme to injure and bring him into contempt, sends us a transcript of a decision of the Court of Appeals, rendered in 1873, which reflects considerably on that gentlemiu'e methods of practicing law. In the first place, we disavow any feeling of for Col. Bradley. True we have been bnvingeouie fun at his expense since he has Income a target fot it, but nothing (re hav siid has been instigated by nnlice and no win would be further from doing him an uncalled for injury thin we. In regard (o the decision mentioned, we have for a lonj time been cognizint of it, but on. an investigation proved that it was made Urfensboro has finally, after great opunder a misapprehension and in the absence position, given tho Louisville, St. Louis cannot legally sell liquors to their guests with metis on Sunday. The Illinois Legislature has pasted a bill prohibiting the Kale of tobicco in any form to minora under sixteen years, with written conent of their parents. The receipts of the postal service for the fourth quarter of lSS'J, as compared with thoo of the corresponding quarter of 1SS3, ehow an increase of $1,011 739. William E Chandler was nominated by the republicin Sjnttorial caucus in New Hampshire to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Senator Pike. Liwis Biker, who wanted to get Richard Workman out of the wy so he could take his wife, who was willing to the prop-citioAssassinated him in Bith county. Benno Frecbraan has recovered $S,O0O from the Cincinnati Southern for having been forcibly ejected from one of its trains and receiving severe injur;e, near Islingt- the shortest route back got in on Tuesday. Rsx says he has "sjen the country." Judging from his actions since his return, the impression is that he came back not be cause he loved Texas less; but somebody else more. My apology for not discanting on the beauty and accomplishments of the ladies named above is, my wife don't like it. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Tuis office gratefully acknowledges of one of tho Governor's handsome invitations to bo present .it the memorial services in honor of Joel T Hart, Kentucky's gifted son, to take place in the State ceine tery At Frankfort next Stturday. I would suggest that lay old friend and host, Mayor Burnside, modify his card in tho I. J. to suit the new prohibitory order of thingf; or is it a fact that the wlley mayor is mooushinlng his "chciceet brands of liquor" out to his pampered guests Our profound thanks to our friend Jas. Our stock T. 1? well, of Omaha, Nebraska, for a copy of the JTeruU, of that city, dated June 5th. l'he piper is a daisy, too, consisting of IS seven column pages, or 336 columns in all, printed on delicate pink-tintpaper and chock full of tbe Western boom. The event of tho season was the match bae ball game between the Wllliamsburgs and L unions at the fair grounds here Saturday. Tne London boys looked lovely in their blue trousers, red stockings, belts and caps, and played well, but for all that the Williamsburg and K,. Fouii champions downed Ihemon a pcore of 16 to 25, Williamsburg's pitcher professed himself to be a professional player of seven years standing in St. Louis and has only lived at since last Tuesday. It takes professionals and nothing less to down our ed WATERS & DAVIS, Doalora Iu e, MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. ---- -- STANFORD. KY. is comprohomivo and brand now and prices suit oven tho closest ot cloio buyers. Come to s so us early and often. m m S m 9 P Q O CD 3 is I I w W 1 OP a Si h3. 3 ge SB. 8-- s sj . oS-3? j piTg 3 To? g g P S i i B it d o 03 KJ t-- - Q ili Cw f g o m 9 erg T. R. WALTON, uitoci:it, MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. I have a Hplcmlhl Mock of (ho following d'oot!: Glass-- , Tin- - and Quoous-waro- , Bush, Wood and Grass Scythosand Snaths, Buggy Whips, all prices, Picklos in bulk and in bot-tloBeautiful Flowor Pots and Baskots, .4 s, Extracts, Loinon and illa, California and othor Goods. Mark VanCan-no- d T. R. WALTON. HirJIn.lal of Montlctllo, Clerk. WALL PAPER, WAIX PAPER, AT' M'ROBERTS& STAGG'S WALL PAPER, mmmtmiM culttup ran Stanford, Ky B. O. WALTON. wwmxtmtiitwmmttutMKin'rnurmrmKmmatowvoenMmwMMimttitimtrii'tiim9tftttviintMi mmiwmi'wii tnmntMn m ,!. wjgnuowULttj wiNw'i wiw lawwuftWHiiaw I'nitsoNS denlrum of cnccini; In nllk lie supplied with nilk worm r(! t ri'KMinnlili1 price. Mm M 12 My IT Juuo 14, 1887 UualnoflB Oaiusahi want Lincoln to join her in n huue iMrbacii to b? given betoen here nm! LintMHter tnil our otiaty oommittee ha been cnllcil to consider trmmttier. Qeorge H.Speirs, of this county. He wsh nearly SI years old. The funeral services o:curred at .! oVlr,c' Sunday evening nnd were conducted by Rv. P T ol the ll-lt- , WALSH, THE TAILOR, LOUISITIXhXs-jC- , P. S.-FI- Mannsor. L.A Mull N. LOCAL TIME CARD. trtu uolnj North tfoutu fcinrtM train" 150A.M Horn Tb jOo li calculated on standard ttuit, Solar k li about 20 intitules luitur A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hutb - ll 1 1 80 SI 5 r. m. f'"' Trains leaTe ItowlanJ at A ami 7 20 A. Ileturnlng, airlveat 6and IMr.v. LOCAL NOTICES. M. Lanbiietii's Usnlcn McAliler'. Seed at Penny A A KUM. linn of tJiliintt tvikle of all kind" at Penny A MoAIMerV. The bet reaily mixed paints are to be had at Penny A Mc A lister Ask your urocer for the Cincinnati !$ king Co.' cracker and cuke?. V ATCiina and Jewelry repaired on Hhor ootlco and warranted li Pouny A McAlia '. Ktandaiui ready mixed paint; quality and durability KUaranleed at McUibertN A taRK'- r. A comi'Mctk. ityle. A tock of jewelry, latiwl Kockforil wAtcliM n epeciiilty. Pen-o- y PERSONAL. McAllater. Mini Maud IU'pi.kv i on a vlalt to relallrt" In Perryville. Mim Jbnnib iiinii, of McKinuey. ii vinitini; Mi 4 Maggie llibb, t MttwlA Smiley left reslcrilay to a relative in Itoyle countT. llr.itvfcv Hki.u had the honor of win nin the (ireek tir.za at Conlrnt Unlremity. Captain John Cowan, of AuKUla, vl-i- UeouU, in on a viait to KntuckT fiitnd. C'AIT. J. II her sister, l,s31 Madison stree', nt G o'clock cellence. T.K Walton Wednesday evening. Ks7 A. 8 Slofleit Mit J. W. Alcjrn coctinntK quite ill PnoMrr. Sjtnetiuie ago Sir J. 12 Ctr will perform tho ceremony, nfter which the of a rnther ln:nUr atlaetion Rronin,; out son mashed hi hand q'lile painfully while happy couple will leive via tho Chenpeake of imiieMiinn. Old Point, Washington, &Ojio train Kann, necessitating -- Mn T K Hiiid, of K.tervllle, Va., is on n trip tofor about two weeks. hisAt the etc., returning for in about ten days. Ojr here on a vilt to Ui tlauKhter, Mr. S M. Owtime he held two s x days' policies in the heartiest congratulations are extended in en and Mi Maggie Hibb Traveler' Inurance Company for $3,000 advance. Mit. and Mhh Loiris II HvMfci'.v and each in case of death or $15 a wetk in case 0ANilLLl7B0rLEC0UN1 T Kidie Waltn. of Lexington, were fhitirif: he was disabled Ltt week he produced Sunday. at W. F Hmtey Burt Williams wa taken to Lancaster proof of his two weeks' disability Mitrt Mildhei) Lewis biw relur.ol tie through the Company's agent here, Sir. J. on Friday by Diputy U. 8, Slarahal O.ts-lefrom a yllt to her dialer, Mr. W. K. on a charge of having not complied A Carpenter, who forwarded it to headLuohanan, at Crb Orchard. He waa releaed received n check for with the revenue law. Saturday Mayoii and SI iw V. H Hoiinside quarter and $00 in full of the amount due, The in- on bail and returned the same evening and Pearlie went up to Dripping Spring John A. Crouch pulled out n 'pop" at vestment proved n good one for Sir. Carson Saturday and are Mill tbrre. a school election at Martin's school-hous- e nnd traveler should profit by it. Hum I'll hky Hailoi' i hick from the on tho Ith inst. He was tried before Judge I Two year of faithful Host, of Perryrille, on Saturday nnd fined Wel nnd aaya he going to make Ktn S. F. Col.LEuE tuaky hi home and tint he haa had enough service have convinced both trustee and $10 nnd given .10 days in the , of Wettern life. patrons that the selection of Prof. Alex S. where ho now is. Coi. J 11 Fish, of Pmeville, Lai bten Paxton to take charge of the Stanford Fe. Foster or "Pop" Garne'.t, the colored The magnet being here for two day male College was a wise and excellent one. boy who cut Jack Djnny, als) colored, n very piotty young laJy, the Cjlonel ehowa Thoroughly equipped for the arduous du few days ago, this morning sent in a lit of hi excellent good tate. tie of a very exscting position, both by wtlr.evc 13 deired for the defense and the permanent education and experience, he continue to said that whenever the proecution was Dii. IUH.EY, who recretary. and Dra Peyton nnd Cirpenter add to the huh reputation of the institu- ready and his witnees were here he would for the meeting of the State tion nnd increato the pride that every good come in and stand trial. leave The diulcullirs that Medical Aecinthn at ciiixtn feela in it Tho following is the Program of Com I'liop A. S P.wton loavw this morn-io- haTc beset him have been met nnd mencement Kxerci'es for Centre College for Virginia with hi childred, where and the bright future of the for the prfteat year: Biccalaureato Ser He school under his management seems as mon, Sunday, Juno -, Annual Sleeting cf they will rennin during the vacation will be back in two or three- week. All of our citizens who have Trustee, 1 r. at , Tuesday; Oratorical Prize sured. One of the pleaaant feature of the hop daughletr should take a pride in patroniz Sledal Contet, S r. at , Tuesday; Cla-D- ay young law- iug it. wa that it drew that popular Exerci'e. 10 A. St., Wednesday; Ad. . yer Dan Garrard, from Ooce Creek, to hie dress lefore Alumni Association by Hon. Will Nor Nominate. Two or three looking well old rtnuiplng grouud. He John C. Bullitt, Philadelphia, 8 r. at, anmoney out of his dctn prohibitionisU met according to and inakiui? a mint of Wednesday, Commencement Day, 10 A at , Satnouncement in the county court-rooprofeion. Thursday. The Alumni Aesociation will urday nfternoon nnd nfter much speaking Chas. W. METCAI.K, nllorney at law, Thursday, after Commencement Expro and coa it wae decided, 17 to 1(5, not to meet Nicholaville, was over to ee hi brother immediately afterwards, the nominate a candidate. That is tho way ercises, and, Tom and to take in the hop. Since he gave Annual Banquet will be served. the voto was announced, but it is stated by up the newspaper biuine for that of law, Sir. W. R Bjwman has returned from those who were looking on that several he ia getting to be a millionaire and increaa be elandiug up New Jersey and New York, where ho has persons who happened to iog in avoirdupois daily. been for seven or eight months introducing taking no part in the meethaa returnid and who were SIkb SI. C Saufley and other patents. He has ing were counted for making a nomination. his from SIcMinnville, Tennessee, where sho made profitable sales and will soon reap Dt. Bronaugh and other real temperance followed to the tomb her aged mother. reward he so richly deserves as a skill prohibitionists oppoard the making of a the afThose who have experienced n similar Sir. Henry W. Evans, who ed inventor. nomination and gave excellent reasons fliction can sympathize with her in the lots left here some months ago for Kanrni City therefor. Tne meeting settled the question of the truest friend that n mortal can eyer where he has been prospering in the drug and so far as we are able to learn the fight know business, is in town on a brief yisit. Sirs. Pet-tuSli'a Maiiy SIyeiw. who has just re- to the finish will only bs bstwaen Dr. been here several weeks. Dr. democratic nominee, and Ihbbitt, Evans has turned from California, where she spent the Fayette Dunlap has teturned from Chicawinter, left with us some samples of the what not. go, where he had been as a delegate to the oranges, fijs and grapi that grew in that was amusing to see the capers of the State Medical Association. It favored region. They were nil Urge and Hon. Fontaine Fox Bjbbitt at the prohlbi-tloJohn Hamner, 18 years old, charged and deliciom. The dried grapea looked He jumped with rape, and John Crawford, a mulatto Convention Saturday. tasted exactly liks raisins. Sliaa Mary is bis appointment at Hall's Gap to be pres- about 'JO years old, charged with malicious ,n well nteieed with the country that she ent nnd was on hand making love and ad- shooting, escaped from jail Friday night. invested quite extensively nnd will go back vances to the meeting with nil the ardor of They first in some manner picked the lock oext winter a tender adorer. A number ol tne men of tho door, then sawed through one of the LOCAL MATTERS. composing it were his old supporters and lare iron bars leading out of the corridor, he came near capturing the body. He then through one of the iron bars leading Hahvest Oil at Sletcalf A Foster. wae called on to address the meeting after over the up stairs window and then it was FnuiT Jam and Cans nt T. R. WaltonV ita adjournment by those same supporters, an easy matter for them to climb down to when he almost claimed that he was the the ground on the outside, They have not Bio lot of binder twine on hand. I. SI. great original inventor and diecoverer of been heard from since the escape. The Bruce. prohibition and continued in a manner that jailer offers a reward of $25 each for their FmjitJaiu, Jelly Qlaww and Tin Cans must have nauseated those who wero sensi apprehension. Herman Calloway commit at A. A. Warren's. ble enouch lo tee through his object. At ted for complicity in the alleged rape, for lacea, all oyer the conclusion of his "remarks," Sir. J. SI. which Hamner waa confined and Wesley Ouh stock of embroideries, ! Hackley aeked him if lie would vote :or Withers in there for trespass, refused to r lA. .C. Pr!(? i.i ..B. laces, etc., is ctmipieio. For and the prohibition ticket, but he leave when the others did, although they The Stanford Holler Mills, will turn on dodged the question as usual by saying might ha7e done eo. mnchln -- team in n few days upon the finest Sir. Jamea C. Banford, who has bem that if he was at Crab Orchard on election any mill in this section. cry in day, which was not probable, ho would by in a very feeble condition for several weeks, T that time have decided which waa the best died at his residence 2J miles north of town The examining trial of Solon Craig, ticket in the field and vote for that one Sunday morning at 2 o'clock. Death was charged with shooting Rev. Boiling, of the Saturday, How Sir. Bobbitt can hoodwink and fool caused by old age. lie came to Boyle colored Baptist church, occurred Circuit the average voter by his transparent devi- county in 1851 from Fayette and haa lived when he was held in $100 to the ces ie past understanding, but that he suc- here ever since. He was u quiet and good w Court, although very little evidence Impression ceeds in doing so is evident, the mora's the citizen and a lifelong member of the Bapproduced against him. The the shooting pity and sadder the commentary on their tist church. He bought the farm where be prevails that Solon did not do intelligence. died from George Spears, the father of but knows who did. y work-home1 c 1ii 1 n pent Sunday Hoiicc MrwiM P. C. Warux, (5 M. DavU on and 12. C. Waltoa are nMcntlinf; court at Liberty. Mms. V. C. WitEiiniTT lis roshs to to be Ytrtelllfw, and hrr old uinn rcifrj oomfortml. Mm Will Kothtom ami Uiuhtfr, Hallle, of (lArrard, bav Un vMtinr; Mr. HlTl.BKi handwuin wife vlth him at the Mytw llomiiTT wsa here jesterday having bills W, O Hham.kv n ndvertixed to o'clock WeJneaday, June prepued for 00 appointments to ppeak bepeak here at 2 tween this and the August election. The '22; Ml. Vernou 2.1; London 21 nnd Vil Cicero nf the Mountains U evidently feared Iiaiiikbiir 26. to dentil I. An exctirxion will ba run on the K C. to SunscniiTioNS to tho now bank at Covington next Sunday leavini; hero nt 5 have reached $70,000 nnd the ino'clork nnil returning leaye Covington at stitution is n certainty. Ten per cent, of $'2 10 15 V M Fare for the round-trithe stock has been called for to provide I NOW have on hand the lariat and beat suitable quarters, As. III! line of furniture that wan ever o tiered in IlY change of schedule the night express thl town and nt rock'bottom prices, Call from Louisville nt 11:18. nnd be convinced that I mean buoine's. II. now arrives here This arrnngement will ennblo a person to go K. Wearen. to Louisyille on the 1.50 A. M train nnd re An ofTicer of the Grand Army Po't will turn before midnight, thus knocking him be here next Saturday to muoter in the out of only a part of each night's sleep. who detlrelo etabllh a post here. Jt'iKin Vaiinon's quarterly court is in Meeting M 2 o'clock at Old Fellows Hall session with a number of conteted case. deaired. and ft full attendance That of Mrs Uroadus v. Jim Trotter for Jam Ed T. Paiidef;, tirohibitloa cmdidcte $20 occupied the ciurt for sometime jester-dn- y of the land ofllco, will addiera for and created considerable nttention. He (lie ritit)ncf Lincoln, nt Stanford, Thurft plead an cflet and damage and the verday the 10th, and of CwTi at Liberty, Frl-dt- dict wae fjne cent and col in her favor. 17th Speakincat 2 In the afteimon Bon Whitlky was arretted Stturdiy on lis been n warrant sworn out by Kiv. Ooorge W. Onk fare for the round-trifixed for the rate to the OJd Fellow celeBilling, charging him with shooting nt him bration nt Kichmond on the 2Ut. There with intent to kill while 'reaching nt the will be a pitade, a li'irgao nnd a pic Baptist church Threats of his intention nic and the music will be furmhed by to nnnihilate the pttor cau be proved and eeven bra Innd. it may be Hint Bob is in for it. The tria will occur at 9 A. M to morrow Ll'NATic John F. Foley, who has been ONr. of our F.iglish settlers, Sir. George in the ny Inm before, was brought here Sat urday by Marshal W. '1 Stundcr ami J. John Hemming, who puis up suar coated - way to town the L. Hulchlfon and tried for lunacy. Proof pop corn, came all wan irrep3inible nnd othor day to tell us a "good joke,'1 which being clear that he dangerous, having tried to kill several wa that a negro belieyiti.: that the corn member of hi family, he was adjui'ged grew poppet! had naked him for a few sepd, so that ho could raise some for hiui'elf. We inaoe and ordered to Lexington. to death at the pke end Tnr-legvi- t by Mrs lauehctl our'elve little party hope all our pitrrin will do the Rime. Finnic Dunn in honor of thtt visit of her MARRIAGES. son, Uecrgo, and of her daughter', SIi.w Anii and Liu,' who made their debul In shopman and Dan Rice, the ociiy. was the aourru of grett t'njiyuwnt lately lemperarce lecturer, haa married of young people who attended. to lh Mr W C. Itibinson, the richest person in Miw Annie SIcKinney nnd SUry Browne Lavasa county, Texas. acted as entertainer and did thuir work so The time of our fnen 1, W. B SIcRib-erl- s, guest. of ever well m to merit the thank Eq . driweth nigh. Ho will leave Refreshment were etved nt the proper for LiuWville, where ho will this and enjjytHl in in a litime and W. Thomas at tho home of wed Slis appreciation of their exner which Coi H ile vet-ert- na Biptist church. The excellent school taught by Mr. P, J Pulliaui at Sit. Xema,in thi vicinity, cloned on Friday. There wsa very erjoy abl-- i picnic in the evening for which Sir Pulliaui and his male pupils are ind bted ti Sire. A. M. Feland, Sirs. Stephen Burch and the echool girls. Daring the closing exercises compositions were read by 12uie Birch, Joanie Feland, SI try Cooper, Djlla Feland, Simuel King, Howard Cook, Ku gene Cjok, Porter Waters and William Burch and declamations by Slinnie Slyer, Jeanlo Feland, Samuel King, Leslie Botley, Porter Waters, Willie Adann, Joshua Adams and John Flora. Leslie Bosley receiv oJ a prizs in spelling. The prira in history waa divided between Slary C. Feland aod Samuel Burch. Howard Cook receiv-- el the priz) for the bet general average. Other pupils were placed on the roll of honor for proficiency in various studies - NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. DR. S. G. HOOKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, SL'Ori2SSOItS TO W. II. IIU.UI.VN.i We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most nopular COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still plaoe the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deiervoj to be. Ask your neighbor in reference to its supsriority. No steol plow in the market reiter equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLE? COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal All GEORGE O. BARNES we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. GOD 18 LOVE AND NOTHING ELSE U. It. 1I( IvIVM:Y, NalCHiiuui. L11A.THJ3 p THE LOUn. DuirriMj HrntNCH, June 13, 1837. f Deak Interioii -- Ojr "Great Gospel Picnic" pased oil well. Tne bill room, out side scats and verandah of the hotel were fully occupied by most atteiuive listener nnd tho dea- - LOUD gave utterance to Will nnd myself in preaching the word, niter nate'y. Besides tho local attendance, Richmond, Sit. Vernon, Piint L ck, Crab Orchard, SMuford, Lancaster and oven Dan ville furnisbel their quotas to mike up the crowd that thronged the Springs from "ear ly morn to diwy eve" l'ne woather colli J hardly have been mire perfec. than it w., and everybody snud to "get their money back'' in physical, mental and spiritual enjoyment. A goodly number yet hngr and the "iirrounding nr. far from lonely; but there has been a tremendou thinning out since yesterday nd a further reduction in our number to day will bring ua back to one long table fii'l at cm!, and our con gregat ons will sutler in proportion, Willi cirn to bo worked and harvest right at hind, we cm hardly hope f)r more than n handfu ? (iistigagJ or invalid hearers till we take oir depari'i-e- . Ail then.un-ler- s fresh arrivtls pit in nn sppearance, which I hope may ba theci-e- , the "ban quel hall deserted" will be the type cf things nt Dripping Spring". I have Leard nit a murmur of disapproval from any one, but one unvarying testimony to the excellence of the aceonimcdationt; and surprise expressed on every band that Brother Dan can spread such a tahla as he does for $5 a week. It is the cheapest watering ptaco in the L'aitcd States, I verily believe, accommodations and rates being duly considered-am glad we came nn 1 the needed rest Las bsen very welcome to us Will'd nssiatanca has been most helpful. Ererybody seems pleased with hi preaching, as. well a h 8 partial pater. We leave (D V ) for Kirksvillo Thutp. day morning. All well. Sach appetiUB such vigor, such bounding, exhubcrant spirits follow naturally the persistent applications to "the spring that drips and drips nnd ever drips to cool the thirst of fevered lipj." ' Long uur it wavtl" Geo. O. Barnes Kvr in Jesus, I "OoYEitNon'a Lodge," H. Oi .llHUC'IIA.Vr T.UI.OK, I have. rctelaeJ and still recclTirjK K ew Goods for Spring' ait and Summer Hc- ompthtiig the libit In the market, which will be Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to .Nono in City or Csuntry '' it Trial. - 3J3E3i757- FURNITURE STORE SIAl'K EBTi:ffi,ZMEAA Proprietor. dicuI lpok nltt-rnoo- Jljyyyy Will nlimyHlmve on limul a large nnd Helecl lino oT Fiirni luru ami UmlvrtakerVt OimmIm. My prices will lio as low aHunch rooiIn can be bought in flic cIUcm. One me a trial and yon will be convinced that 1 Hell lower than the lowest. WEABB. k IMEFEE, sfck, wo her Cwtorla, When alia waj a Child, she cried for Caatoria, WTien he became Mij. abe clang lo Cattorl, When ihe had Children, the them Castor- i- "Vflien JUliy w rto sre .IKVf ADVKUTIKEMKHTH. BUILDERS AND CONTRATOBS Bids will e recelTPd until the 2Cth of June fur the construction ola Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills,, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve is larger and more complete thanf ever'be-fore- , hides from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road New Brick Presbyterian Church, The Bilclc Work, Work, Plastering, Tainting, Ac, will be awardoJ eeperately, tacn workman furnishing maUrlalfor his portion nt the work except the lot of brick Mason, who will to required to use brick out of the old building. The work will be awarded the lowest and best bidder, reserving the privilege to reject any and aJl bids. Call on the undersigned for specifications. In the town of Stanford 3J-l- All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles ,as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. H. GREEK. Agf.. HnHtonvlllc, Ky. WEAKEN & MENEPEE. f Ctutrman tiullJlug Committee. .VAVK trrFFJIAX, Crescent Route, Queen andOrloans and Toxas Paolflo Railway.) (Cincinnati New Shortest and Quickest Lino to Now Orleans, Florida, Soutli East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MA.Y 1, '87. KEAU DOWN. iio.l. ' Dally Daily. 'Ex. Bun.1 Dally. ! PUBLIC SALE! IjA.ni:, on chop.stock, fcc. HEAD Mo. 7. As the Executor ol Dr. W. W. Owsley, dee'd, I will sell to the highest bidder at his late residence CI. Mo. 6. No. S, THUKBUAY, JUNE 10, 1SS7, The iplendld homestead farm TRA1NMHOUTH. Mo 3. I Ho. 5. TUAIN8NOKTH. STATIONS. isu. .'. Dally. Dally. No. 4, ' Dally. Ex. Sun Dally. 6 40 a m 4 25 a in Dally. ui Consisting of320 acres; "I shares of Farmers Nat7 85 a in 4 03p m' 8 10 p mi ional Bank Stock; 14 shares in DanTllle and 10 M a in 7 05 J) in 10 52 p m pike; 4 Head of Horses, two of them 1125 am 7 35 p mill 20pm Lancaiter 11 47 a in 8 02 p mill 41 pin combined; 2 good Work Mules; 1 .... 12 21 am 8 43pm Mule; 4 yearling Mules; 3 head of Cattle, con.... 12 33 a in 8fi9pm.l233a Steers; 0 year-olsisting of 6 12 15 am 'J 10 pin! 12 83 a in 10 Cows and Calves, a fjw of their 1 S3 J) in 10 head ol Stock Hogs; and aomo Heifers; I 8 27 a m 2 15 p in 5 Sows and I'lgi; 15,000 pjunda ot Tobacco. In 5 50 a uii liarn, Burlej variety; at acres Miieni 1 w ueiu; ft 25 p m 8 25 am' Mower; 930pm In Held, Twine Binder, 10 acres Oata 5 10 n ml s si a m Planter, 1 Hay Itake; New Wheat Drill; 1 Corn Imple,.,, 9 52 pm' 8 do a m Wagons aud other Fanning i 12 30am 10 00 nm Household and Kltchon Furniture. ments. ... 735am. 510pm At same time will rent about 60 acres ol grass. Terms made known on day of bale. d 111 HU-erJer-se1 two-hor- Vie ..Cincinnati . . Uarrodsburx Junction.. Kings Mountain Somerset.., .. -- (t eoreetown ..Lexington NlcbolasTllle PaiiTille 'rv Junction Cur ..... I I ..New Orleans... ...OakJale... Chatttnooja,..,.. UlrmlUuaiu ..Kulaw.... ...Meridian , .1155am 6 42 pin 10 25 am 3 47 pm 7 27am J 20 p id 700am 2 51 pm 6 27am 2 '8 pm t5 47 a in 32 a in 2 00 p m 1 35 p m 5 20 n m 12 49 I'm . 405am Z 39 a m p 2 56 a m 2 45 a m 8 10 a m 0 00 a m 10 35 pm 7 CO p m 4 30 p m 9 00 a m 120am iuuup m 7 10 p m 6 20 'iu to a m 3 15a in . KxtcJlor W. W. Owsley, Doioosed j. ii. owsLKr, . '.T.i255"7ml TjEB fclTJllOEON r. uuFJmAN, H ... 6 45pm . 780am ...1 7 10 p m, ...MeilJian ......Vicisuurt; am 800pm 2 35, am 7 31 p m 15 a m ...T. P Junction.. .ShreTcport. .. 750 am at 9 45. DENTIST, tmi, inc dion d ii STANFORD, K.Y. Office Soata side Main ow ih Myers Hotel; No. 9 learesOakiUledslly except Sunday. at6 15 k. M., Arrlrlng learos Cnattanooa at 4 00 p. m ., arrlrlnj at OakJale at 7. ti r. u. Mann Boudoir Budot Sleopln i Cars on all through trains. at Chattanwj No. 19 I'nre Nitrons Oxldt Gsi aJmln'.sttr rtqulicd. C OAUI.T, (len'l Manajer, H. COLLBllAN, Qea'l Frt. Jt Pass. Agt., K. CAUHOI.U Ueu'l Pupt., It X. KYAN, Asst. Gen'l Krt. A V, V. WELLS, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky General Often. St. Paul llulUitu, West Kourtn Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. JOHN Yi. Aged. V' the fire, he again went out to look over the surrounding projwrty. Dehind, tho ground roso abruptly nnd was bounded by n closely VTlicn finis comes tho book tco cloi?, growing coppice, through which n nnrrow And, nomenlint Muly, fancy rocs, path seemed to strike in tho direction of tho With lxickvtnnl step, from stngo to stas Of that ncrompllancd. pilgrimage. village, Tho parson climbed tho hill, leaving Tho thorn llos thicker than the roso' tho coppice on his left, and standing on the There U so much that no one know, highest portion of tho meadow looked 8J much unreached that none gupposo; across tho low hedge nt tho last paWhat iUms' what faults! on every pagi, geant of tho sunset. Somo elm trees When finis comes. were silhouttod against tho sky, nthward Atntin Dobson. which lay bars of rosy ilamo, tender and ' Ono moment tho JENIFER'S INHERITANCE. evanescent bi ighter and throbbed dying light through nil leaped up tho burning heaven, and then suddenly it aw ay, and tho day was not. Tho Rev. Clement Jenifer lind iuheritetl a died Jenifer turned nnd looked nt tho hall. Tho lawyer's letter ntinounclng property! Already it seemed to bo losing itself in tho tho fact lay loforo him, besldo tho breakfast darkness which gathered round it, hiding in which lie hail forcottm in tho thought of this tho recesses of the gnbu?s, unexpected pool fortune. It urts not n of mist over tho twisted drawing cuitnlns Tho chimneys. meager hrenl.fnst, although Mr. Jenifer, nt silence, cutiro and absolute, struck almost 43, was still only n curato on a stipend of with oppression on tho mind of this man 150 ior milium, for through tho greater noises; but, even as ho in holy orders ho nccustonied to city"How still it nil is," thero part of hi twenty years if ho gavo thought to himself, had ncted on tho principlo that sounded in tho coppice closo behind him n his tlnio to tho poor it was as much as they long, sobbing, moaning cry, which roso and could oxjiect; nnd so if they colled Parson rose- again, and then consed. Jenifer "hard" mid "close," mid preferred fell, and Clement Jenifer was not n particularly colngto tho vicar why, that uns not his tenner iK'ariiit or compassionate mini, uui fault. u vnguo rear tilled him His inheritance consisted of a good house that sudden cry deed just with penetrated somo year, and ho sot and of some cruel and several hundreds a thought over tho dilTerenco this would ninko awful mystery to bo brought to light; nnd Ion ho turned in tho in his futuiv. 2o more for him the dally after n moment's service, rend ns a part of the day's work no direction whence it had seemed to come, nnd found himself on a long path, with n thick moro visiting nt tlitiftlev, complaining, muddling jkx'i. vwtli whom ho was completely yew hedge on either side, l'nr nhead, in tho dim tn ilight, he could descry a figure walkout of toiii 'i m a wortl, no moro drudgery! Twenty J ears of drudgery I That was what ing ilowly away from him; ho could hear a Mr. his life amounted to. Not for him tho spirit moaning sound, as of somo one in pain. como up of loro that softens, nnd tho high thoughts Jenifer hastened his tnco in order to on hlni that sanctify, daily tasks; only tho grudging with tho sullerer, nnd ns ho gained gift of obligatory toil. It was written on his nnd could sic him moro distinctly, it seemed th'i-was something familiar in no, to him that face, in lints marked by twenty jeai-of the unknown. And not qulto twenty he had thought differently tho gait nnd hearing figure turned, nnd, facby moro than a dozen years of as he so thought, tho nt first but ing him, ndvnn-o- d with slow, uuceitniu footdiscontent iv d repining. It was a pity too, cs ho came. for tho fnco was one cf great legibilities, steps, wringing his hands Jenifer ns soWhat well clouded over by the dullness of heart that was it that struck Mr. tilled him it fails to see through the service, tlu Master known to hini! Whet wassent that blood back the with sudden horror nnd who is served. to his heait! All tho tales of ghosts and Meanwhile Clement Jenifer was speeding w ho had scoffed so on to London to feo his lawyer. Ho found haunting muses at hich lately recurred to his mind, and yet thero was thero was one condition which he mutt fulfill In the aspect of tho man beforo ho could coll himself master of house nothing unearthly And now thoy and income. Mr. Dacre had only willed who wo3 nppronching him. Clement Jenifer Vnterdell hill to him under tho proviso that two stood face to face, and to rnll it lie should pas one night in the house entirely saw that this he knew not what boro the face which ho hlmsslf had lonio alone. how Mr. Jenifer laughed when this clause was twenty years ago, and he know though ho could not tell that ho was standing fnco read to him. dead past. "That's not a very hard thing to do," said to face w lth tho ghost of hU own strange, unThen ensued a conversation ho. "But was Mr. Dacre's brain softening natural ltwcn these two, who still were when ho mndo his willf "Not nt all," answered the lawyer shortly. one; but whether the woids were uttered on "Any one who saw Mr. Dacre in his last tho evening air or w hether tho wknow ledgo of hours will tell '.on that tho J.ear old man's what was in the mind of each ns mutual to say. mind was usii. tithe end as in his best both, it were hard to you!" said this doublo of "Why do I haunt days. When jou Wnterdell, you will not plooso your ihw n. . . ors thero if you himself, gazing on him with reproachful "Do not murdered victims haunt euggest to them that tho man who was so eyes. their slnjer, and have not you murdered universally beloved and revered was crazy. Clement Jenifer never liked being made that whi'h was tho best part of mo! ridiculous, nnd ho thought that this will wont Whero are the promises of your young days! very near that possibility. Yet ho could not Where are tho aspirations, tho desires after a lose his inheritance for fear of being absurd, higher life, the noblo purposes with which so after certain business instructions from tho my soul was filled I Dead dead, nnd burled lawyer ho went to his hotel for that night, beneath a crust of sclOshuess;'' "Youthful folhos," answered Jenifer, "gone nnd next morning started for U'aterdell. Ho put up nt n littlo inn in tho nearest market tho way of nil such early fancies. Why do town beforo proceeding to bis destination, you persecute me? Ilavo I stolen, or murwhere, tho lawyer had iuformod him, ho dered, or lived uncleanly! Have I not kept would And all things In readiness to receive to my work and doiio it thoroughly, distastehim for his lonely vigil, if vigil it was to bo. ful as it is!' "It is tru",'' said the other; "the commandTho inn was full of farmers of tho neighborliavo not broken; but where are hood, come in to market; and after much ments you tho hearts you havo helped to bind up! How discourso on grain nnd turnips tho conversation, Mr. Jenifer found ho being, of course, many have you helped by your example! unknown turned on tho death of Mr. Dacro. Rather, havo you not by daily carelessness, "They do say," said ono red faced, gray by dryness of spirit, by perfunctory performance of your duty, quenched tho light that whiskered man of substantial appearance "they do say that tho ghost has begun to was ny, Gjd knows it was in mo! And in doing so you havo wounded many another. walk again since tho 'squire's death." "What ghost!" asked a younger man with Thero aio sinners who slay tho body, but you nu incredulous laugh: "I never beard of a havo slain your own soul; nnd woe be to him of whom this cau bo said." Khost at Waterdell." Jenifer laughed In scorn. "No, you mayn't," said tha first man; "but "When I was what you oro all this would Tvo heord tell from my father, times upon times, that befoi e VSquire Dacro came hero, havo had its terrors for mo; now I am not to thero were n power of queer tbltij toen and be 'frightened with falso fire.' I know what heard at Waterdell; and they say that, slnco you arc, w ho think to scaro mo thus an illusion of the brain, n disturbance in the nervous he's dead, they bo como back." 'They say; who says?" asked a thin, weasel system. Como daylight, and this will bo as If it had nover been." faced farmer. But tho other with tho sad and youthful "Well, my man Marvel for one, he went across by tho spinney last night, where bo has eyes looked at him m sorrow and said: "Even in your blindness you speak tho lieen almost overy evening these thirty year, nnd ho swears that ho saw soma ono walking truth; for when you wero as lam, ere tho up and down thu long path, nnd heard somo world had dimmed your sight, you would havo seem tho precipico on which you stand. nwful noises." "Ah I" said tho thin man, with a grunt, Oh, brother of me, though low, th graded I givo up J our dreams of a selfish future; turn "Marvel always were a liar." "Liar or no linv" said the fat farmer rather back while yet you may; use tho wealth that angrily, "my father saw tho ghost himself has come to you, not for yourself only, but sixty years ago; often nnd often ho has told for ethers. Redeem the timo that is left to mo of it; and I believe the old 'squire know of you and bung ton happier second life tho it too, for he inner laughed orscolfod as some promises, tho aspirations of your youth." 'Begone' sold Jenifer. "If not an illusion, fools do" (with a significant sniff) "when folk then ycunro an accomplice in somo conspiracy talked of g'aoU " And so the talk dnft.d on to other matters, to betray me Into a rash vow. Did you and and Mr. Jenifer was left to contemplate the old man w ho is in his grave plan it beanother clement of abuixllty introduced into tween you nnd laugh to think how you would his well arranged, commonplace existence, nnd somo your foolish dupol Away trom inol feltquito angry nt the thought that he of all nnd do not hope to work your will. I havo men should, by tho irony of fate, be brought inherited, nnd I will enjoy!" "Kay, then," said his double, "seo to what Into u ghost story. Hut ns ho nover had behoved m ghosts, ho did not menu to bejfin an end your enjoyment shall bring you. I, now; and after inquiring hU way to Water-do- ll whom jou hao destroyed, mil whut you hall, he found that hu must start nt onro wero; see now what you shall bo." Then for one a ful moment tho parson If ho wished to reach thero bjforo nightfall. It was a somewhat dull walk, which led him knew that not .ul ho himself stood there, at lat along n narrow road ending in an with the sj irit of Ills once pure and earnest abrupt devent. The high hedgs on either hoaited jouth beside him; but a third and their summer beauty without dreadful shape himself ns ho should bo if no lido I mil tho glory of autumn; the fow hand of graco stnjed his down ward course. yet Tho lightning flash of awakened re sickly looking and withered, ni Mth n whitih blight, and their showed him his own old nge, whero that and had grown to axm. .lshtveriug on tho twlgj, whllo In which howhad called economy become cruelty aval ice, here callousness had the IK'i u licyond tho evening inits were discontent, i nvj carelessness, impiety. Ho t iiu. The road turned tbarply to tLe right, and then Waterdell hall lay Iwforo Its saw himself, degraded, mean, despicable, bad, without nffor tlons, without tenderness, withfuture owner. To n cheerful oyo it might have seeniiM out hope; and as the horror of it swept over nestling Inn Lower of greenery; but Jenifer, him w lth resistless force, Clement Jouifer tho out of tuno with things in general, and tired icy crust of years of life for self brokon at with his walk, saw In its withdrawal from last fell upon his face, with tho agonized cry of the npoitle of old, "Who shall deliver tho high roa 1 n guilty seclusion fi oni ol sorvn-tioTour tali Welllngtonlas rose dark and mo from tho body of this death!" When ho coma to himself, ho was in tho soleuiu above tho littlo wiekot gate, and cast which quaint old sitting room in his new home. Tho n gloom over tho garden patch, in somo lato geraniums and petunias only served tiro had burnt low, and only dimly illumined the room; but ns hu gazed into by their touches of brilliant color to neceutu-nteth- o embers, hitherto unkindled logtho glowing broke into a general melancholy. The homo iiistt-aof boldly looking forth on tho flame, nnd as it leaped and flickered, the scroll had beforo remarked and failed to papers by, turned its face away from tho which ho caught and throw back tho yellow no prospect but thu littlo bit cf decipher road, and had light, and Mr. Jenifer load in letters of gold gaideu and the four tcntluel trtvs. words: Tho door stood open, and Mr. Jenifer en- tho poet's Nor deem tho Irrevocable past tered a nan ow passage w hero no welcoming As wholly wasted, wholly vain, footsteps camo to meet his own only a VirIf, rising oiults wrecks, at last ginian ctvqn.'r torn by the wind tapped on To something uoblerwe attain. tho tiotvli; otherwUo all wa3 still. Mr. JeniHo sank on hLs knees, and there in conhim for a moment, and then fer looked lound of spirit and anguish of soul dedicated went through tho silont house to tho chief tritionto his Mukcr tho years that should bo anow sitting room. It was neither largo nor high, granted to him, the wealth that ho had inbut it had that individual charm which only hlmitdf, body, soul and spirit, for ngo and years of occupation cau give. Tho herited overmore. old fashioned mantel reached, with its dark, People said uft.Tward that prosperity had rich carvings, to tho celling, across which Iteen good for Mr. Jenifer, that it had made massive oaken beam, neaily black with was a hlni softer, moro compassionate, more tender. ngo; tho fireplace, with its glailng logs, gave Ho nlouo knew that tho vision ho had seen small out n cheerful glimmer, refloated in tho had como only just in timo to wivo him from quarries of tho window opposite, over which that utter ruin of soul to which ho was tendhung a carven scroll, whoso inscription tluru ing; nnd when he thought, as many n timo ho was not light enough to reud. Mr. Jenifer did, of that awful night, ho bowed his head breathed n sigh of relief at the eomfortubla in contrite humility, nnd javo thnuks for tho contrast to tho ddirahi as warning unnearaiice, in that had liesn sent him. Amy of tho house; but i;itnl of pect of ihu Lnynrl i:i Tia?' liar. FINIS. I I j he-it- nt s T1IK FANCY SAMU.EBTAM.10K, ' Wallace foalded May I, 18,9. Denmark "AMSaSraroila .4t IF.. la a rich mahogony bay 1B hands high, hoary mane aud tale, la strictly fine and fancy, la both a natural and pleasant and slier, breeds fancy, and a more uullonu breeder of saddlers can not bo found. He la high-ta- ll style on both sides to tho third generation, is backed up by thorough. birds on both sides, making htm Tory act I to and sprightly In gait, In lorm and flulsb a pcrlect model. Ho was sired by tbe noble Bumpier Denmark, he by (loddard'a Denmark, be by (lalnes A Cromwell's Denmark, he by tbe race horto Denmark, be by Imported Hedgeford, Ilia latdam was sired by tilr Wallace, be by Mr Wallace, he by Sir Albert (thorough bred) second dam by Vlrglnlus (dam ot Vlrglnius he by the celebrated br lranby, thorough-brnl- ) Mason's Whip; a dam a Whip mare Will make the aeaaou of 13S7 at tuy htm, 3' J miles from Hustonyllle, near Carpenter's station, nnd will bo permitted to servo marcs at mldreioi l?ry FOR PITCHERS '. niT.1 - IU v- v; 'l jar. aBfcT j $10 lhu .Season or $12.50 Miro a Living Cull. In. Mans committed to my rare and breeding will pfrsonal attention (Iran rurnlahid at roasonatde rate, to be paid lor before the remoTA-o- f No responsibility fur accUeuta or esmates capes, ratting with marrs rrfults the lusuraneo. ';0 SESS?' ifN 1 ws is;?( ulnar (Iu '..'.ninn-ni ra i iw ioi o. ' " '7'i. H'f' "WW 1 I'ji'.'i-Ciin- 'i' oiu(rf;il JSTEELE CAHl'ENTEH. w litis cm r Kmiwn. Absolutely Pure. THE CtUIBIKD STALLION, Thut jowiter BOTttTatlrs A luarnlolrurlt, ftrfiiitth sut vholcftomrneu. Moro ccououilri than tho ordinary UnJi, and csn nut lo olc co'upctlton with the inu'tltudeof low test .clion Tbli tine, combined staMou will make th iu wplrfhl aium or phosphite povJrn. Soldotil nt my slablo uear, Mielby Cltv, In Lintarn. kovaliiakino rowDEn ie. coln comity, on th Shelb Cl'y A liimb l.lck 106 Wsll 8tret. New York TurnpUviol, at SECOND JEWEL. X ' I . W!- E- BRUCE gF I tiii: Tiiomii'u(iiKt:i HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL 815 a the Season, or 820 to. Insure. Dsw airnoN and I'KOIi.skh ocond Jewel Is blotd bay, wltb black inane and tatl, 14 hands X liichis bl'li. with fine style and action. Ho Is 6 yeara old this sprlui;, was aired by Iwl Cunning. haul's Jewel, he by the fam.Mii old Washington Deiimaik. Hrst dam, Minnie, by McDonald's Halcorn; second dam by Wells' LiitMder; third fine Bull will jtaml tho (caoni now com dam by a son of Davy Crockett, fourth dam a tI- Thi uitucett nt my ttablo on the I.an caller 1' Ueoi uauieuia aeiiiiin maiv, lel gn uuknown. ilr. II. C. 1'arTlu's old Minnie, daiu of tKad Jewel. balf mile Irom Stanford Court Homo at S3 Hie irlllneul bri'fJIug tlio cow un was a premium aoltiut from a colt uit an aired wl'n til ttiecnw irotoi la call. Money due wlicu row mare, hot.d Jewel has lieen shown SI tlmos and worn tbeslKk tie 3! only three is rlmt lorrcil. Marquis of Adeline's tire, Herbert, Ills sire Im- Miuea ported Apollo and Dam ImiMmed suutbrru Ikau- w.ll a'sa statdat fie uie slab!.', he floe Maiquls of Ailllfue's dam, Adeline, bei lire youufcjAik Klub-e- r. IniHirted Uncle Tom dam Imported hady as to I'odUrw) II For furtlitr K. II. H. At 8S to lHHtlf- - tl Cult. He ia r.wl Trillins very tine, jonni Hull from a celebrat- black, II hands .1 I m lire lilvli. He was sited by ed laullj ol inlUera Including the cow Kcho, lbt Caldwell's Young DlaikHawk, he by Velocipide, be by Imp Mam Krratrst of litrdiy; ber owner tiailrirf retuseJ til,-un- ) he by lljlrUon (or her. motb Ills da i.i was by Mlgall'a lllack Hawk, cattle bate taken the second dam waa raised by Mlle-- Maxwell and was Tim Hulgtrin-rrrhltitend at the beat tot the family, aud a crosa wltb an Imported Jack. Money duo when the colt Is the ebor tin rn irodunaa Terr Hue animal. I toaled or mra nrlid with Lien retaiiied on all will buy nil the mat calves tegolteQ by tbta colts till se ason harges are paid, eauiDg time. rastmagu mI be fnrLlaliea at reasonable rates t'ull nt go. ci to t a del Tt red at Tatting w.'h i ut,'i lorlelts the l:nurance II'. 11. 311L1.VM, Manftird, Ky T.SAMHIH1K, 140tt fcbelby City. Ky NioL 1 nxiuivihi nr a del, in i:. i - 'WALTER 00M M tlnu's-defea- le.t ie BLACK HAWK, .! n Donlor in BiudovH, RoaporH.MoworH, Agricultural ploxuonts Gonoraliy, Biifq;ioH, WnjiouN, l.niu- bor. ifco Givo liiiu a call. ; J lux- - 1 1 i. &miy & MAiistt'i PHARXEjBLGISTS, j pUlc . I SILVEE KI3STG Will make the irecnt imsoq at my stable one tuilf IroMManljrd o i tho -- tahfurd aud e MESSENGER CHIEF, fjgle, I dam by Onslott's Tel.gravh JR r- -- known as On Time. Kustdam, Molli Mounts, by Cabbie's lexlnton; wcoud dam by Ynum; Amnios, be ky Taylor's MesHUntr, third dam by Miller's Htumark which ai saddle stock ulte btm a double ciom ot tba m the world, fourth dam by John Hlunt, one ot the best race horses of his day, fifth dam by Waiy Will also stand at the motel and .t( 810 to Insure ti Living oll. years old, If! liUh, nbeautl'ul llls Ibay, with finrhands and lall and a perlett mane a I han.ls high, is I'tt uniin f..nde-- l lil-'i- . by Meseengsr I h'ef Istdsm by Vermont Jr., 2 dam by Imp Scythian, 1 dam by Itonuei'a (J ray Drugs, Books, Stationery and . n a: .(am ranuy. Mrll(Jlu. 'hTsltlan' iRlf o.'Q jrwfl " 7P4B' i.V , ffl bind by llubhle'a llpoiuatk, natural aiddle horsr. Ills sire Messenger Culef, 2 In I D list, by Ab dallah 1 'I lot, dim hr Mambrino Measmger, 2 dam by Mambrino Chief, 3 dam by Imp. Napolefin; dam by Triupeel, Meatonger Chlel sirel Maud pr.i n'leoa aiTurat.! Atf ioiu,-- . t. H, Ous2 U and many others destined to win tame on the turf. Atxlallab I'llnt, by Alexandir's AlxUI'ah: dam Hiandtna, by Mambrino Chief: s.coud dam elbwa. The llnd'adam, 2 2IS.) by Parker's Brown I'lkt Pilot slrr.1 i'ltkard 2 li'v. Ited Jim II y.ar 2 Meengr2.lbl4, Marrel JEWELERS. LareBt Stock pf Watohos, I'.ocks Jewelrj nd 8ilverwnre bought t" this market I'rlcs Uw r than Watrhea, ("loeks and Jew., r V.n. paired on ahotl nolle and Warrm.ie.1 iW'SKi5 V? -- aaM -- a' S l" ..' K7CTry:zzr ' SMUTCH i !k aaa. ',"av :J d,m ?'.' ; -JaJn; . ,A1. mat plare tuy tine Jack STEVE WALKER. parted time with. He Is a brown Jsrk with whits points, S ysariold In Junn full I j hands hltfb, lie was sir ed by Alkln'a Kinic William and b by King I'hll-llBrst dsm Black Satlu Joonet, she Is sired by King I'billlp, s.coud dam by Morrcastle at d be by a .Urn 1'ort'r. This Jack has prorpd hi unci! tot Hue breeder hvrral of his colls last season at weaning time broiubt one tiunJrt-- 1 do lars. ey due n Colt. At StO to iiNiirc or I.lrllifmare Is weaning when at Mon- Alexamlei'a AMallah. by ItysJyk's Hamtde- Alelander'a Abdal- tor.lan.dsiu Katie Darllog lah sired Uoldsmllh Maid 2 11, Itoallnd 2 2IU, 2 , Lliuoie Ihoradale 2 22S. Major Id-a. .......Ht. ii.t . . tiu.i... IJ .,..... .,W lir .IP! .... 41,l!1t.i, ..rilllUllb, lirtPJI., Hnelby Chlel. together with tbe dams of Jerome old reco'd'iM, senger 2. If!',. ilf uger Chlefiltcl Maud Mes- : u hfr the Iwil 'vS .. sedssaatwasr 'A ii. '.'.MS.Hf. Meesenger Chief, son at my (dace l'j Miles hradfordsTllle plke,et Jr . will mike the present from Hustonrllleon sa tbe Wall Paper, jSHU. jliUaWi ' '', 810 TO INSUBE A LIVING COLT it. VAX. j. n. lit i aHustooTtlle. dtaHI.-t.- , Vs Ac r.- ei?.RW - ' V) W 'i s jVi ; J. E. J. It. FAHtliH.Ky Stanford. Money due when oil foaled or mare pa tic--J wltb. Mate) will be Mature.) at 12 per month, but I will rot " rtspousIM for aeeldeuts ERICSSON, JR., Furniture, My and weighs 1,200 lbs. He Is a horse that rcoiu manda blmself even if he bad uo I'CdUrce. tint In9erlng tho blood that ha does sbould make him ono of tho Kraudest stallions la Kentucky. ai. rice lee will bo jiemuriuoi uieiaireu ucuy inorn Woodrud Membrluo 2.21),, ilrlgooll 2:KJi, Fisk'a Maiubrluo thief 2.:sVi, Hy Henry 2 vs2, Membrlno rilar 2 23, Membrluo Pilot j 27. North btar 2.2tV Kr'.rsion, Jr., Is a aoild blsck. 10 band high, intue-.wi- Isby Krlr?)n (Gin 2.30 list,) by Mr mbrlno Chief, by Mrmbrloo l'aymaater, dam thAdam ot (iollab, ?,30. His aona aired 22 and bis daughters are tbe damsoflS In tbe2-3Will make the rresent season at .TI.NMMTH list. Kilcsran Is half brother to Krlr, record ol 2:23', II A 1(1 11 JIA A '.'. 2 miles from Stanford, on the fuur-yca- r old and sold to f.uburi Jtuuner at Somer et pike at $10 to Id miff n ttvliiu at a that age lor 310,000. volt, same conditions as aboie. He la a fine com 1st dam by Hodor, by old Pilot, slro ol Pilot, Jr., bined horse, Iu br.nds high ofgoo.1 style and ac- -l 2.31 list ) Pilotalrel thediiusof Jay l.fe tlon and bsa i.toTeu blmse'f a snli ndld bre der. (12Iu pre, 2 10; Maud 8 2.1 8J, Nutwool 2 I8J and 21 i II.It A JO ABDALLAH, ''',. Cases, Caskets, Robes. I - J. Ii. Il.il Fullland Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. , llcs'onTillo B, K. TOEAKEBT, Stanford. Tne Best Vermont Hambletonian. This flue stalltoi will mike the scavjn my farm, J tulles Iroin and IatiTllle p ' ol lSTat htsc-for- d UoW i i n tr.e A !t I i , at Dr.H'HU'TION' A..' I) l'i:njt.ltl I -- Vermont Humb itoulan i h l.laek U.re, foil.-- l in 'ki ', ix teen hands hlib, two white fe. t bshliKl aire I by William Weliii, by li)sjtk'a Haiabletoman, 1st ermont. 2L.d dam dam Katie (irlmes, by (. Ill's lilack wati, by Helm's Yorkshlie, by Imp York.11 V Aici:JL.UOY, shire. Hrd dam I.lttlo Kmlly, by Wagner, by Mr ( harles, by -lr Archr, lth dam K'lilly hpee-d- , by He lias At (ilO "n til" lame conditions asabore. 1'ackolet, Ulli dam br dam Imp. lATlatban, prusi-blmtell to be a superior breeder, baring tirmiidilter, "til atli by hr Maryland I'tneaix, Stli dam iirnduted tonieol tb best mules In this and adby Hiunibal, vdam bynllky, by Howel. (ne joining couudes and la alio a good Jennit Jack. dam Kiully, .ipet-- In liriuc'aMliid ItuokVol l.pagoa'..' ) He is ISJj bands high, tieailr black, viltli mialy Vennont Hnmbletoulan 1 tine big liorre, tl, fi'ilul :.id general unle up 1st c tut. lino slvle and good bone, and sure ureevW, sired v.. n. i.i,, by William Web li, me aire "I l'jtnre Imfrlal, trot in 2 DO or . miles hum II tiaton rllie, on Hie llustouvhle 2 22! J, Jeremiah i.1it iiwsle T tail by Hyedtk's better. Wllllai.i Wiim was aired .. iiii-r- t XurnptUoioid, L ucoln e,;unty,K). llsmblelonlsti, prlTaie record .. lrtdain the dam 01 1 to Jn's Prince , . .7 and by Imp TrutleeiKti ol Cottoi) and te f twpnt mllei trotter. Tins-te-- , 2 dam by a eon of Mambilno, by Imp Mexten-K- r, Vennont ljlaga grand son ol the grat Kts-dyk'- s Haiubleiot.lMi, tne grandett slrn lltlng, hnd No. Soil, standard I'nder !lul 7,i A. T. It .Vol V.) dill's Veruiout i inibin d, bilked bf Iborou.-n-. w.ll stand brod, will make ahnitoca horse. Itylyk a Ham beloalfn. by Ablallah, son of Mambrino. dim by linn, Ililliouudcr, .'dam by lllsliop'a Hamblctuui an, 8 dam by Imp. Messenger. (.Ill's Vermont, by Downlcg'a Vennont, sire of Two miles from Lancaster, on tbe Stanford pike nt tbe dam of Kulgma 2 Ifi 1st dam by Oiliunbua (Hartley's! ion ot Columbus, aire of Co nil lonce 2 28, llerira'id, dams ot TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON Nellie2nd dam by 3d dam by slro of thoslreeif the MatcbleM, Uiay 2.2IJ 1853, or S30 Insurance. dam of Climax 2JI. (illl'a Vermont Is tbe sire of WLIi prlTllegeof roturn In llotinef Boy'2'23, Hlack Maria 2.2BJ, Udy Oak 2AG. and Logan 2.40J.; also slro of the natui ol Arthur Sinn lsby (Jen. Knox, ill. be by was Lady Arthur, by (iamlwlta Wllkcei220. 'Hie King 2 29'4. Nellie I. Ac. Ills dam 2JV4, rearl2.i0, Udy I)aTla23Ii Koiiroou Chief, by Mamhrlno Chief, by Maiubrluo 'J23lOiillaw2 2.'lul.(, and KenPaymaster, Ao. Arthur Sims is a bay, IM bands, IleatriC4'2 3IJ. Lady I'alcnensire ol tbe second and loot white, foalsd in 138i. tucky t!ntleuian 2 imail blaze, right hind 2,10'..,. He U ft handsomely finished colt and urcd to star. dam ot Toil Thompson Ho has been bandied a little aud promises well. Kysdyk's Uamoletoulan, by Ablallah, slro olftlr He combines tbe strains of tbe baodsomo Black Walter 2.2". 1st dm by Cbas. Kent inarrt by Imp. Hawk and stout Mambrino Chiet families, aud is a Itelllounder; 2nd dam One Kyo, br Uiibop Hamdesirable tock horse, and on bis slro'a fide traces bletonian; 3rd dam ollTerls.il by fmp. Messenger. twice to Imp. Messenger and twlco on nla dam's itTxtTk'a Hambletonian Is the sire of Nettle 2.18. able. 37 others wltb records ot 2.30 or better: owner's and dams ol Trinket 2. 14, and 35 others withslsool Mares kept la suy manner rectbe X. A. rUk. 2. SO or better Lancaster, Ky. ords of (Downlpg's) by Hill's lllack II wk, Vcrmout sire of Kcban Allou 2.21. Vermont (Dowulng's) 110 Klatirlnril ITmlAr lluln 3. the aim la s Ire of thidams ot l.utgma z.vu, ami aiso aire oi i... r. ol irinurbltrls, wabrelby Daniel lleuatla. Ilrldg- - tbodam of Mambrino Uruce, tbe sire of ltalle Wil . ... ...j ..r...l..lln IftU. llawtirAi.rmni.l son 2.28). Hill's ulack Hawk, by Sheiman Morgan. Dim, Hero, 141, 1st dam by Hearcber, son of Uarney 2ud Hunscien Mare by Hill's Sir Cbarlos, ion 01 a fast trotting mare. Hill's Ilia k Hawk I. the years old slreof Hllof:Sarauga2.2y, Lancet 2.27 V, Ellian Ib'roc. IUc3rd2:31,rublictrlaUtlO Allen 2,2oV, aud Young America 2.13 and Is aire , , 2:2. . of tbe dam of Blanche 2.23!. Oen Tweed 2.2ll, Among the get 01 uen. uuqj. wuu iiwjiui Lady Maud 2.18'ij Tennesseo 2 27, and also me louiMsrot in great i 80or bettor, are tbe following: Camara 2.13!i' Independence 2 Sim utineri kdiix Ulack Hawk family, that has Iu Hie tiale ands. . .,V.-'".'OTIi, Ifnor2"jU; Victor and leiualellne IKiof 2.30 or letter repicseuta-tlre1 23, Knox Hoy 2.23J; IVac.ful 2.20; Harr tfpank . . Coinmbui .r2 30; Meusonger Ktiox 2 SO His sous, Col. hi- - (".,., ,lorw '2 IHarkleyai, oy uia iiutnnjs, sire oi Daui.a worm, coupon, uuuiwhi, ..viaii", "r5;"' ," - - 4 -- Tr.', . MeaseDifcr Mar . . ...;..Uulutn l.. Old couTerii'i pacer, nrougiu lull lain. Oen. Knox. Jr, Hon. Llgbtloot, Ollbretb, rlreotCoiifilencu IU, Otliimboa Ku x, Jules Jurgensen, Knox Hoy, Lon Morrir, from Canada ) t, fclmo, WbaUbone Knox, and Newljiiii.ri .11 K.ni on l .' HO', and i oui.g Pull Sheridan, Hen with Wwilord Knox bate aired the following, illiltnljk luuibusSS1. mid alamlreof Hie dams ol I'uil-Iprtti A j. 1 101; I k.,H t i. Moriil 2 27, iJiutte 2.fi". r.aiiielfM2 40, 2.30 ,'Ymiik! Columbus Is slro Nalliu Waltoii J2'4i Frank V. 'I.KU; 2.:0'4; Wallace 2 26.,; or 2.'ITU perlormers, ai.d he Ins thesous of II have 2 294, I Kanny M. that i Imiei It 2.2T; better Kitty Morris sited II 2 3d or b.tler te toturj ) Old Colum- "'"' Muller loiliairSWHi bus Is the l.iuudrr oltlie cjoiuuiima Liuiiiy, wmen I'llol. Jr.. blood .t.u 2 'US' bliadiw 2vS, 2lUmb'ii moi J1 U, bio 1 ws in the I'.Mt what she IIOIII.XSO,, . wastoKifliucky. TIIOS.C. Illark HS Hu; SMhur 1. 2 ol.iiifard, Ky M),.i.T,i?:)"l(i. ill. r, iiiV. P rtlnj with ur moTlng iu ire out ol th borhood reudeis money due. Mill also i tar. J neigh- $15 10 I.NSUHC A .MAHK IX I'OIL AT !?I5 T INhl'Iti: COLT. V'mmm& fISH BR1 atfCaalaatw ? pged n-iw- Walcrproof ' In.nsintur.nsi.ir:ntfswti I ' i ' i Coat. e i utrytn il.M. ' i Ui of' DR. W - AJ1w,Uiii, FIXE JACI, Livery, to train preirilCounty lerma Trainini;, AM) ami I; ! Feed, ! SALE STABLE Hating rented the slah'e.in nr' r r t Itnlssi it lrN D. PKNNY, Mr.r l Mlf tll'IC V row: .ioii.x it. cAiivrxriirr, Ky i.n'o -) le I)ot on nrwi ! ami l 'iin ,liie. I'miii rju2- s ARTHUR SIMS, My tine talliin, W. b b wlllmiket of Iht7 at my tl.ve, ki'orn as the Jehu l.iod lliurman larin l',inlle. In hi Hielhy City, i nl betweeu the Matiloid I'atiTlllu aid 1 n.illle A WELCH. ean Husioarllle Turnpikes at tlftui ou Jaot'4iMc I, ai,HUl I to ceeea.a.v r. ,.xt door to i .,, rtare. llmcM i uiits trom 10 12 a m. .ti.esi iifllci .imlnlstiired wuir lol-lyr- .l $io;to insure a living colt, uy .... Money duo when colt In foob-- l or luam parted with. Welch Is Hi bnida high nnd as and by William Web It, dam (lav, by Krank M'olfurif, 2.?'J Second dam by. loo sire of Cookoo, record bloner, 31 dam by a (iray hrgle lioro He has several colls that are of tine, goo I sire and stylo He breeds largo at.d la n sure loal getter, and la of kind dlsoslt!nn, A lady can drlTe ul'ii In salety. He was nercr bandied a day for speed but shows good trotting action MYBRSflOTJEL, hTaXUxorh. i ky, - H. UUNdlDfc, Propr Tlnu Old aud Well - Known Hotol Still Maintaiua itu Hi(?h Reputation, Alill ELtilX, At tbe same plare and on th tame terms abo atand my Jack, WII.I.IaM I.YI.K, at black H'J hands high and $N. He la aS. year-olbaa sired by I.ylt'a Imrorled Jack, and out of a good Jennet. O KO UG F. It KSO IjE.IIA ,v. I will It $25,000.00 IN GOLD! wiu, nu paid ron ARBUCKLES' I Proprietor is JOotermined tht it 8hall be rieoond to no Conntrr Hotel in tho State in iti fare, Appointment., or Attention to Comfort of their Gneiti COFFEE WRAPPERS, llaxMaae rs III he unreyed tn aud from ine free of charge. Hneetal areummodatloaa so toramercJalTratelors. The liar will always supplied tilth tne choicest brands of Lbmnrs aad Cigars. ' 2.H. .'; 1 . 2 6 Premium, Promlumsi Premiums, .rnfi... Ji, ...,1 2; 'u 310.00 1,000 Premiums, so-- t Circul'or full lar in fverv noiind of AnnrcKLB.' Corrsc pnrtlctilai-snnilellri'etlon- a. 200 Promlums, 25 Premium! 100 Premiums, S1.000.00 SS00.00 each 3250 00 ii SI00.O0 ii 650.00 820,00 llATSW r JBVOiunotM. n.t uW MVM ""'sOlrlatur., 1 yard nlhl- Utluea Til 5 irmtlf krintouiMlaoiih.ta and elect. we e;i lislljr recaramtnJ sold tonilltr. mil In every i ii it Espl VI dcolybyths VjlErtei Cte!:l Cr ale, tn gu iii batiftfa.tUca.t D. Aleatt A I.I.I, k Clnclnnatl.sMBH Sal 1 lladwn, N. Y, by Druggltti. eiL. ai.uiv.