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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887061701 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. Semi VeeUii ImWiaf ontn fW? VOL. XVI. REPUBLICAN COHORTS. The Convention And a Few Other Things, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1887. WILLIA VSBURG, NO. 238. WHILEr COUNTY ViibUnhetl Tnemluumiml JPrifiil" -- AT tJU l'laUANNUM.CAHli. U we understood credit that J.M will be and demanded. - W. P. WALTONCRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. it emiloycd an clerk at Dripp'rie Hprini;-- . Mm. Scott Fr rin ha tuoTt'tl luck to hrr liouu on the r Somerset iku. Little Jennie Kran Uile ill nt Mr J II Hutching'. lwr, Clel William, of Mt. Vernon, nml Kohcrt Uaiae, ol S atiford, rrcorteil two of our preltj v,i)t to DiippiPK hiring Miwm Marr Curl! and Hup liuchannn tiro iit-lri- ! In Kuoxville, Tenn. Mifaen LmU ami lira tiller, of Louisville, havo rtrriveil at the Harris Home to rptml Iht vacation. Miaa LMa Mar Baunder, of Dmville, U ruiriRllnj; with relative lura. Mm. A Kbiuuhart ha returret! from Optiborc. Liat Sunday our esteemed friend, Mr ) Or. Djorc, kinJljr otlored in a Meat in her carriage and wo wer amon the very mnnr who gathered at Dlpplng Spring to he Kt. Iteo. O. Mirnei and hi eon, Will, expound the feet Koupbl of love Mr Hsrnep preached in Hie unrnlnc mid in Hie after noon Mr. Will, nho if a!o a 'pleasant and intelligent vpiaker, delivered an excellent Hermon which waa appreciated h all who heard it. We tutnl not forget to add .that Mis.'oi Marie' and CSesria'it aingiiu form-ea rerr enjiyable put cf the exercise. While their tender, pathetic voice roe in a rilenco like tone of uielo.lv and reigned. Mr tbo "atillnoH of Ihrnea preached again at uicht, making the day truly a "li wpel ricolc." Mr. SiaiiRh terhad 73 regular boardcrr; abatil 173 that da, come took dinner wilh them while other went out to only the afternoon ervicr. Including ail there were full; .XI people on the ground during (he day. Mr. Hlatighter In the prince ol while hia gentle .fi i one cf tfctt loveliest of Kentucky Udie. Oar thanks are due them for an invitation to viit the spring as olten it we chcoie during the pe."on Mr. Lou 1'ellm in d aain prii, dlh" d ', of Kentucky Fra'.eratl hare for many year celebrated the anni veraary of Si John' Diy iJuce-- li with picnic at Luivllle and eltewhere thro' out tue State, for the benefit of tbe Maaon-i- c Widow, and Orphan. Home of Ken tuck, at Luiville. The occfiona have become famous throughout (he land, but thin year, it ha been dtermined, the will eclipse anything of the kind that ha yet taken place. Toe tii.ieril C'jumlltea hav tot eerer.il month been at work and tiaal arrange went htve bean made tar a celebration to Ut for throe day, vir. June -- -, -- ' and the prlucipm feature of which will be the Urttul Interstate Drill) between a number of the crack military companien ol the I aited State, and betweeu a number ol Kalgsi templar Dtll C jrp, unity of the moil Iauidih prouueiug to be in attendance l!y (,ecial arrungeu.eat all railroad i.l cell excursion ticKeU at the rite of one fare for tbe round trip to citizjnx and of a cent per mile to unifoimeU uuluuiuen and Kaihtu Templar. IV m agrrgattog $1,-5- 0 are cllered aud liitjcoiilt)la will be noTel and exciting Lveryone whocau poibly go ebould Jo fo. Olliceriiof the Toiled States Aim; will b the jjdged of tbe drill, do. oiled frotu Wdehinton for the purpose Tue Manonic cele-bratio- IM-.b- , three-iuarte- re looking at n man of about five feet two in front of the Uloba building yettsrd&y. "IIjIIo, Shorty," U1 a Kmin, "IWl call Die Shorty, jou little cujf," anawertd the uixn of low tatite, ''if you 1M warm yonr jicket " "Ain't yer niuix Shorty " replied the kid. "Nj, it oin'i Shir.v," replie! (lie rmn ''Dtudin't anwtr nn' git mid when somebody yelle 'Shorty,' if yer name iiiti'i I wan talkiu' to Shorty. Shorty If yer t'tn't the man I wa talkin' ter, what' the S . matter wid yei?" id the youngster Paul (3lnbe. There has been no public t peaker in eo overruled a Col. William 0 Bradley. He i a pletaaiil xpeaktr, voluble of .peech, at tiuns quite olcipient, but in ability he IicVj of being preeminin'. In argument ho ia weak, in ntatemsct recklea and deficient in that fairno which ohould to greatneo. alwaya wait upon to Col. N)harer who iiradJoy will wonder why he repsla tllort indncive of public joint diacuwion. Inquirer. Ken-luck- London, June 15. The republics cla na are gathering from the 17th Senatorial dis. trict to hold aweet communion together In thcehapecfa convention to nominato r cuccewor to John Henry Wilson. The convention aiucciuiea at 1 v M. and promises !o be a moat lively one, as there are al ready numerous delegaloj in the city and others arriving by evtrj train and horseback route leading into town. The starters in the race will bo piuient Senator John H. f Kuox;IIon 11 Bird, of Whitley; Judge King, of Jscknor; and Representative of I.iuril; and it is proba ble that I'uUnki may enter the ring with a dirkhoHeto mipply the vacancy caused by the wltlidnwil of L D. Parker. There are icvcral of the nforen'tid eablc Meeds crcoming in the background ready at the lirfl blast of the bugle horn to oanttr onto the track in front of the grand, ipirited enough to ''run the race from cend toecud." (Our horse reporter is out.) Among the latler are Columbus Washington Lester, cf Wbitlev; William Leroy Brown, of this towt; Richard Leonida Kwell, that price less republican jewel, whose pojtollice is London, aud Marcellus John Moss, of Ball. It is safe to say there will be a very (hod of mountain oratory turnul loose upon a patient peop'e. Hon James II. Tin-lewho stands at the head of tho bar of Hut ern Kentucky, will preeeul Senator Wilson's name before thu convention and will doubtlers "so the past rise before him like a dream; " J D. Smith, Kq., a late addi-titotLe London bar, will nominUe Mr. IJimsej; Judge Culton will nominate his counlyman, Judge King, while Conzrisj-maKinley, or Col. Lister, of Whitley, will shy Mr. Bird's castor into the ring, and shy it will they either will. The Puiaski delegation complain loudly of the inconveniences of n lccil option town. We perhapi hizird nothing in saying that the talented young Win. A Morrow, I'gentiemcn of the jury"i, will b? heard from during the proceedings. II (iri-eTrimble, of Pulaski, that un tiring and uuexcelled convention wire worker, the man who held the oonvention at this place on an occasion still rernem-beioby many, for four long days aud wound up br nominating his nun, the late Senator Uiluiore, agiinst b:g odds, is here in tine fighting I rim Were I a republican aipirant for ollic , nhicb, thank God, I am not, and until I lote the balance of my scattered brain, will never be, I should fel mysoif exceedingly fortunate in haying Green Trimble for my lieuteuant. Mr Trimble says Pulatiki does not want theetrth, which may be true, but developments since my opening remark point clearly to the fact that uhe would not object to ''accepting" the Senatorial nomination and Judge Paul will in all probability be tbeir man. As for me, however, I believe Senator Wilson will tueceed himself in the Kentucky Senate, although I heard a well posted man this morning otlering to bet two to one en Judge King, of Jackson I rill bf able to give a full report in my next and should anything "diap" in the interim, or elsewhere, will wire you la Bro. Kngleman), and you can fire out a special to relieve the brentl lee anxiety of the country a to the result. Col Fishle,of Hell, is here in fall force and effect, mixing vigorously among tbe delegates and if Ball haa no other candidate we now beg to place the Colonel's name before tbe convention in our finest style, aa every other county in the disirict baa its man. Caper C. William, it legal luminary cf the first msgnitude, staticnary at Ml. Vernon, shines over our city this muruing. C M. Kiudall is out again, hi aro mot of our Mux patients. Jtsie Livelace has returned from an extended buinrs rip Wet Wih-on.oy, n d ( Mr. H. A Poteot, formerly of Sidney, Ohio, will tako charge of the Central Hotel, at this place, July 1. Parties engaged in the slur route business begin to drop in one at k time as the 1st of July, tho time for the term of service to begin, draws near. Arrangements ure bo.r.g midu f.r a unicn S'lnday school picnic at thi piace July L. We have fie Sunday rchobl in our town nnd a grund lime for the little folks is expected. Mis, L i!r Brock, one of the toicher of the Williamsburg Xormnl t'ctiool, led Monday for Homerset. Mrn. Brock ii nn excellent teacher and made many fiieuds during her short stay in Williamsburg. Bro. Craft was right when he tstaid Williambur'. pitcher lu the match game of b sj lull At L on Jon wa n profesilunal. So are all the Williamsburg boyo professionals, but he was not right in stating that "Mr. James Aeh had only been in since Taeiday list." Your ctr respondeat upon reading the article referred to and feeling an interest in tho Williamsburg boys, interviewed eome of the club in order to ascertain how lou(! Mr. Ash had been with the boys nnd all aree that he was with them in their games of praciico prior to tho orgtnlzition of the club and that he has Lean a resident of Williamsburg and vicinity nearly " years, but it is ntccsury for the London boys to have some excuse for their defeat. Circuit Caurt is in session with one murder cl.8 on the criminal docket which is set for trial on the Sth day of the term. It is the case of the Commonwealth ys William Broiuhton, charged with the murder of J. W. Whisteuhunl. The case of the Commonweallh vs. William Wilson, colored, charged with rape is set for tic day of the term. John Wilson was tried in two cases for house breaking and stealing and found guilty in each and punishment fixed at one year in the penitentiary in one cnu and two yean in the other case. Joseph Harris, of color, was found guilty of robbery and eentenced to one year. The cue agiinst William Smith was trit'J and the jury failing to agree was diecbarged. The vieiting attorneys pre?out ro far as your c?rrepcuJent has been able to learo, are J S. Van Winkle, Dinyille; J. W. Jones, K. L, Ewell, Y'm. L. Brown, Loodor; Judge Golden, J. II. Tinsley, John Disbman nnd J D. Black, Birbour villi; Col. Clark, of Boonville, common-wealtattorney. rg l-th At a late hour Ut night a nomination wanreiched by to S natorial convention. John J. I'ml, of Pulaski, was the lucky man. I wtirit to Bay a few thing in my next about the plat Jum: 10. form and otbet things. II n. II C. L'rersole and nife are lu Kansas City, Mo. S.tui Ma gen suffered a eevere sunstroke yesterday evening and is io a critical conlitioi thi morning. John F.'ersole has returned from a Western trip. Logan county, Ky., fainou for its ghost stories, furnishes a genuine Hlder Haggard hair raiser this morning Attracted by the tolling of a church bell, a reputable cit'zen mounted his horse and followed the sound, which came from a deierted church situated in the "Dead Lands,1' a section ofenun try three miiea long, covered with swamp, edifice appeared to be lit The up with an unearthly red fire, while group ed around what had once been the altar were a dczen figures clothed in whitu, the face. covered with black hoods, the long arms and ileihless fingers pointing acros the altar, on which lay a figure aimiUr to the others. The ghostly band marched around the altar three time, when the red light gradually died out, and the reputable citizens horse became frightened and ran away, putting an end to further investigations. There is evidently still a very red C. J. article of liquor in Logan county. long-deserte- We find the following quoted as an ad. yerticement in a medical journal: ' Skeleton have ruled firm and active throughout with prices unchanged. We have the been able to supply the demand for the common varieties promptly, but the fieir grades were scarce; and orders for deformities could not always be tilled at once. In thi regard the muW i still unchHPgpd, nlthoUKh our broker in Pariii has orders to at the uitial nte." buy ?TrthJng ct-re- OF LtM'AKTRt KY. Mississippi Valley C:. Henry (softly) Florence, do you think CAPITA!. - - - $133,000 00 1'owpsrt Nows k you c.mld leave vour happy home and lovBY DAYLIGHT ing friends to go into the far West with a This Bank sollilta accounts of Individuals, firms Through the CANONS ot NEW RIVER and across thi worthy young man, who has no wealth eave and corporations. Ita facilities for making ALLEGHAMES and the BLUE RIOGE, passing WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Resorts 0! th lu all parti of the United States, are hia profession? I A pause ) I am waiting and cutomera are at time's granted Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. i Florrie. Florence (tenderly) Ye, Henry, any reasonable accommodations 'nil they too proper FINEST SUMMER CLIMATE IN AMEBICA. I think I cctild. Henry (with a sigh of toRsk. We Leg to oiler our services to tho citi-- Well, I'm right glad to hear you eay zens ol neighboring counties, without lianklng Obtertatlon Car: from Kanawha Falls to Charlottes. tlllo .Breakfast to Supper) (rem April 1st to Decern-that. You tee, my friend Joe is goicg facilities, auJ asur6 them that any busmcas sent ber 1st. us shall at all times have prompt and Ifalthlul at West, and wante to marry; so I'll just men-tio- 3 tcntlon. ONLY SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS your case Io him, The Judge. rsosi DIUECTOHs?: Cincinnati, ani Lesingtsn, t: , Louisville, A Ckul'l Old Man. Young man (to J. M. HlGGI.inOTHAM, sexton at church (loor)-Is- u't tbo eermon LEWIS Y. LEAVELL, JOEL J. YVAL2EU, W M V k A 1M pjk w & I nearly done?' Sjxton About an hour J S. JOHNSOK, J. W.L01AN, T. M. AP.NOLD, yel; he is only on his "Lastly." Young L. F. 1IUB11LE, JOS. SlMPaON, B. G. MULLINS. man Will it take him an hour to get through hia "Lastly.'' Sexton Nc; but there's the "One word more nnd I am M. HIGGINBOniAM.PIlEsT. done," and the "Finally," and the "In con- J. Connects In same depot In Washington for LEWIs V. LEA YELL, clusion" to come yet. Don't be impatient, J. P. SANDIFEB, CA3HIEP., B. F. HUDSON, TELLER Madison Couniy. W. II Miller, cir young man. Your girl won't spoil. new cuil court clerk, received a telegram MonGeorgetown county, S. C, has a lake the Direct routs to day staling that his brother, C Irvine Mil- water of which turned inky black LYNCHBURG, after a ler, formerly a hardware merchant in this storm recently, and every livirg thing DANVILLE, that And all points In place, had committed suicide that morning could crawl on land left It. Fish dead and VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. in Kirl Park, Benton county, at his home dying floated to the sur'ace, until enough (3) tOUISYIttt HtWAtBANTt CHICA6B Hi Ind. Dr William G. White, of the firm of of them had risen to "cover a hundred r.EXCURSIONjriCKEISJfLSEASON. White Si Stockton, has sold his interest to acres of land a foot deep." Thousands of No. 2 No. 4 Dally l.v kfpkct U'sis 3, '&' Mr. G W.Willis, and retired from the buzzards are congregated on the shore, and, Dally. Ei. Sua. drug business. The style of the new firm when alarmed, "arise and make a noise LEAVING nor II is Stockton A Willis. C. 8taflord, propri7 30 p ji 050am Lve Louisville similar to the roaring of an earthquake." in II (jO etor of the Richmond Planing Mills, made LOUISVILLE di CIXCIN.VITI Arr White Sulph'ir Springs... 12 00 pn'n it SO a m 5 10 a ru "Dago Joe," tbe murderer of young au assignment last Wednesday, to J. Stone " Charloltvlllr(V M J unci) 5 10 p m.tt 40 a m Dally, secure to travelers S 10 p m : SO p 13 " Itlchiuond Walker, E q Liabilities said to be $15,. Walter Haines at Shelby Dpot, Miss., sev10 45 p m 0 S5 p m " Newport Newp 11 00 pm 7 00 p iu " Old Point L'uiulort 000; assets consist of mill and other real eral weeks ago, was takea from the officers 7 40 p m " Norfolk SERVICE " Washlngtou IKE MOST estate that cost $30,000. The OJd Fellow1 by a in ib nnd hangtd. 9 40 p m 8 23 p m " Kalllm'.rc II 25 p m II 25 pm picnic on the 21st is expected to exceed Drunkenness, or ' 3 0.1 a 11 HOsoi Liquor Habit, csn be Cured by Ever attempted between the great commercial citI! M an. 0 iM a " New Yora anything of the kind ever seen in the State. administering Dr. Haines' Oolden Specific. ies on the Ohh III vec and Chteauo, and hence the fastest time and moat comfortable trains be -- Herald It can be given In a cup o( cotleo or tea wltli-sTic eta, Hates Ii.Oruullou, etc., apply at tween all points In the .S'oi7i, or to tha Went t no knowledge ol person taking It, efmil Xor tilt rt'Ht. The counterpart of this train Tickt utfl.c or address Elderly Masher (trying to scrape an ac- fecting a speedy and the euro, whether on all trunk . Hoes Is denominated Tint Limit' U 4 nlt'KIUIl, tl. vv. a'tVLLKn, criiiuiieiit (Jrc" fsss'r Aa't. Tbe superb rolling stock wh emi 'fr. Picildent. tut i:.cir-HHquaintance) -'- Charming day, madam. Are Hie patient is a moderate drinker or un alcoploy slvifl pstrons I'nllmltiut Coin fort. holic wreck. Thousands of drunkards liao f.lchtutud, Va. Er. B"At all Coupon Ticket Ollices in the South you traveling alone?" Lady (vivaciously) rieen made temperato iiipii who hao taken tho lind (iolden Specitle In their cottee without llietr you willget our time tables and tickets, ray Jlo-Ho'Oh, nc; I'm going down to Newport to knowledge, and anr Jlonon and stick to Jtonoit, tt C7 .tJU nAVCa '' IcwlJ,, bellcie they quit I mhti. you waiit to save muney and have a ploasaul Jourpron be tried for bigamy, Those two gentlemen ing of their own tree will. No harmful drinkeffect ney. K.O.MrCOUMlClL, for our new uod rupuUr publications, General PasMtijer Agent, Caicaj . I l in the front seat are my brothers, those in results from Its administration. Cures guaranteiuis and acIu:th territory niveri. teed. Send for circular and full pruiannt ntneri. tho rear deputy arteritis and my two hus- ,Vddres in rtouiMeneo (Jomikn particular.. E. A. Ulyllcket 4th Are.. Loutsvilla. Ky. Teacher, students and tro einpioymeni toould al it .)"j E ADAMi M'KctrtcCo bands ate in the smoking cir " lJo.,ll J'ala-- Hotel Pti'Jli.nsil uj't. y.KI . ui;.l".n?.t' O'uo I. M. louaa.vtE, V V n st , Cincinnati, 0 VJKace oU. re-li- e') Speaking of the failure of justice in criminal cises the Courier Journal sayc Tuc difficulties are many First, twenty challenge are allowed to the accused and only five to the Slate, After these five are exhausted it is comparatively easy (o exclude intelligent or courageous men from service Beyond this the law requires a unanimous verdict; so it is possible for one man Io cause a disagreement in any ca-- e Xext. when a violent crime has been done; when the whole community is shocked, the Yet Slate permits a change of venue when the Governor is cauvinced that a cer tain community has been terrorized and the authorities intimidated, he has no authority, of his own volition, aud on his own judgment, to send another judge into that district. Theu comes the appeal, which, io most cise results in a new trial, so numerous nnd so fine spun have been tbe objec tions urged by the court of appeals against any rulirg looking to tho protection of in criminal Appetls cases etciely. should be refused, or if this eeeius too severe, then the grounds for a new trial be clearly defined acd or au appeal the esses should be very fowand exception al. These changes aie, we baMeve, esscn tial to a rigid punishmtnt of all criminals. Tj these changes must our people come at last. Tun reign of lawleisoess must cease Kentucky must vindicate her civilization. Her good name is in jeopardy. Too long have we tolerated crime; content to say we are no worse than Ohio or Tennessee. But let us consider that we are not responsible for the preservation of order in any State but our own. Here we are responsible and wo should Bee to it that no men are sent to the Legislature who hold views it', variance with tbe good order of eociely. Ilsrbee, tl o prohibition candidate spoke here Wedoeeday to a fair crowd. In his speech he stated that Bdley would get but a slim vote and Buckner would probably cat half the usual democratic vote and tLc prohibitionists would carry the State like a whirlwind. Such nonsense. The officers are after James Ferrell, a Tenne'seoan, who married Miss Underwood in this county some four years since. It is claimed that he has pinca nnrried at Wil linmsbur,? an I the ofihers there scued him away. Hu came back to Rockca3tIe for a short timo 2nd thin js getting too warm for him be is now io hiding or loft the country Milton Miller, Jr., has returned from tho Kirksville fchocl. The Weber nine claim l.im for their pitcher. J. D. Mitch ell, our old schoolmate, now Richmond's Mayor, was with us Monday. Mrs. White, mother of D. White, proprietor of the Town Hill orchard near this place, is here from Cincinnati, yisitingjher son. Mr. W. P. Lincoln, of Harrodsburg, was here Wednesday. Mr M 2C. Langford, a prosperous merchant and farmer cf Langford Station, th'e county, was married Wednesday evening at the reidencoof the bride's parents, to Mies Ella Brannaman, eldest daughter of Ileniy Brannaman, a neighboring Jfarmer. ThuB one by one the bachelors eao the error of their wsy and fall into line. The couple leave via the K. C, to day, Tcuwday, for a trip to tbe Eost. Dr. Davis, the Superintendent of Schools, tells us that he is having a warm time cf it eince the school trustees' election. Several districts, bad no election, some that did were irregular, in others the trustees resigned for various reasons and the Dr. says in others every one refuees to serve as trustee and others yet look to him to sppoint trustees to suit the various factions and altogether the position at present is not an enviable one. The new pUenl jail windows, an in vention of J. W. Mullins, of London, have just been received here. Tho Mt. Vernon building will be the first jail in which the windows will have been placed. Tceee are also tbe first the inventor has ever had made, having only gotten the idea a short time etnee. It is pronounced by thoeo having examided it as bein; the best thing in that line ever invented. It is next to an impossibility to cut through it even with tho bit of tools. ! By recent additions of machinery Iho furniture factory here is enabled to turn To tho Tax Payerc cf Lincoln 'Ooanty. nut chairs at a lively rate. The Tax Books are now rnajy aod I am ready Three or four went frotu this piece to to rrcalre th Taxes. L'mler the new ltoveuua Ijut UieHbprlft Ii compiled to settle with tho the republicin Senatorial Convention which State fire months earlier than heretofore. So plea come lor ward a id pjr Mrlr. was held ol London Wednesday. . XKWttAAIt, 8. 1,. C. T. Wear told tt the cpr. at will rut continue his Sunday trips i longer will but take Ler home J II. Jsrretl arid Simuel Ward.repub I am dally opening an elegant line of Spring and Hummer Milliner, Including all lican oonleetantfl for the legislative nomina tion, have agreed to submit their chinos to Tho Latest Novelties of the Se.tson. a committee of stvtn. AIjo Notion-- , such as Handkerchief, Pal O'Brien, the man who altcmpied and Cutli, Kuchlu, Coneti, Bustloi, att.Collar! You y suicide by cutting his throat last week, will AAnd mo at the rooms lately vacated by U'arron, next door to thn Mtpm Homo, been pronouueed lusine by the doctors J) VIHiF.UA 11. TE and is yet in it vitj critical condition from KM, AYItU. JAS. O. OIVENS, his wounds. Notary Public. -- S eve Prewitt while working in a ballast quarry just scuth of town Wednesday, had a lar,;e stone to fall "on his leg, pinning 811 Fifth Street, him to the ground. It was pried oil nnd the wounded man carried home when one TJOUI&VIJL.TL.T-:- , - ICY. bone was found to be fractured. lipoma 3 and 3, C'romle Block. ' M T. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNT Y TAXES! TAXES NEWiOJIB MOTET. MT. VERNON, KY. well-knota Hotel Is still fine reputation. Charjet reasonable Special attention to tho trarellng public . ThUold and J- m '. XEWV.03M, Pro'r, Mt. Vernon, Ky. OTU.X.INEU'ir. ICES! ICE! ICE J Icr Pound. close of each month I will deliver to regular ciitonms In Siaalorl en J vicinity ererr mornlnj at Jnu Cent Accoi.nt! duo at tho when customer quits. or fcuil-le- it qe. ihimtoir. (a 1 HJ jkltUFte; HOXDAY, powers. 10-I Re:ort at Alum Spring; AYRES&GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, (195-ly.) HiTln? l.ullt h new nn 1 cornmo-llr.hnuie at Alum Spring, Boyle county, I wlllopon It to the puouc on .TUXIS 1KTII, 1SS7. This Ii one ol the most ocllghtful and deserved- It popular summer resorta In America. Fire For circular gUIng PEARSON & CLARK, term, n, ii. noetc., address uAit i), Spring-- , Alum J.SO. Ky. Wholesale Grocers l'ri K. 3. UAUTIN. (. PKRKtra. LEXINGTON, KY. & 11 Went Main struot. 203-C- ' I Bboliikid, Kv., May, l!37. Albright A Martin bos to Inform their many friends and customers ol he change in Mrni nan to i JIAKTIX A PJBICKIK.S. Tne new firm hops, not only to sustain the reputation of the old, but intends to niaku many Improvements lu the manufacture ol tobacco whlth will ba to the Interest of our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural Loaf brands of Kentucky's btst leaf Thanking you far past favors aud asking lor a continuation of your trade, we remain, Itespictfully jour. MA it IX VKKKMXS. WILLIS HOUSE, MAIN ST., 11ICI1310.M). KV ' J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor, For a good Tabic And clean and well furnished rooms, thli Hotel has no superior. Good eample rooms attached. 201-l- t t ,j y YOUK AXTJBNTXOar IfcJ .IAISON MOUSE, LONDON. Kl'. F .B.RILEY, Proprietor. l'lrst-cIiiHH SOLICITET). ' i Thoroughly Itciiomtcd anil Ittfur-nlsliethroiieliont. Fare mill ronNounblc prlt-oM-. liny ami night tnliiNftrc met by polite l'ortcrH or thli popular House. 207-C- tt I have secured the services cf a first-claBar-- I ber, and propose to turn out work done up only In tbo highest Style of the Tonsorial Art. My shop Is centrally located, next door to Wearen'.s A Menefet's. I am prepared tfix the "bangs'1 of young ladles in a manner truly entlclnr. A call from both tne ladles and gentlemen ol ttli-lord and the public generally ts very repcct!ully 11- - t J solicited. WILL Kixa. ' pesnuiis lMOTOGKJLPHEI5, LOUIS SCHLEtiEL, i:iCIIMU5D, ! ki:tlckv. Photographs ill all styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. Kewdesijui In Frames ant Mats at very low (201-lPrlcoi. Tbe world-renownKuubo, the famous Decker A Son, the popular and reliable Everett. Thj Clougn A Warros, and ths J0U2 (.burin A Co.'a I , I $100 BEWABD ot May. ! The colored Baptist church of Stanford will pay Sli9 reward for the arrest and conviction ol 'the person who tired Into tbe church nnd wounded llev. Ueorge W. B)ltln; on tbe night of the Kd I Craiu Jackmam, AukSiunkj, Dan allkcaktkb and alex, smith. Va.vAbj-dal- e, Any one desiring an elegant and durable- uu- slcal instrument will do well to examine oar prices bjforen j ctudu; Wears agents for the Jon Church A Cj , and will wir- rant our Pianos foi seven yearr, and our Organs for live years The Everett PMno and the Clouitb, A WarreuOrgin are the best and inoit reliable Ojr instrument instruments manufac:url. can ba seen at the fojtotlic In Stanford, where Miss Iloin P.ictiards will Mate prices, etc. Persona who nave purchase! tbes lustrumenta will testify 10 their durability and elegant finish . we win nngiai to servo tne puoitc, aud guaran teesatietaetlun. Elder W. I.. William?, cf Hustonvllle. alio represents the John Church A Co., ami will bo pleased to servo bis friends. T J. fttOK, Agents. N. It u c:FL&.aSL:rcrs. BUKKRK.NCKl! im.I.S.UUJtDETT, OCULIST, BRODHEAD, 7KY. Has had ao experience of over fifteen has successfully treated buudrels of cial attention is given to the treatment of the eyea. Name and address cured given on application If doMrod. cases Speof all dls-easot patients John D. Carpeider, Hmtonvllle; J M Elmore, Stan ord,J.imi4 Stanford; J M. Pblllps, Stan'urJ, A. 1'.. Pennv, Stanford; Mrs. Fannin Farra, Lancaster; Gen V J. I.an Inm, Lancaster; Charles fcandlJge. Juuctlon City; W. M. Payne, Prchervllle: Mrs K M. Carprnter Stanford, Mm. Magglo tiolmoe, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal-ti1!3 lyr Lancaster e. years, and CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, 1 rTTTTTrSF3TrTl Oayjicosn: baltimore, philadelphia, york: A NEW FAST MAIL ' H I'rilla-I-lph- 111 ut y fn pph un run c t iU-ia- :; MKMf tmttm Simi-Sftol- ii 1 i HI WL'JWWfZ W9 ft PJfftTJHW! 11110,1 WW Of the hundred thousand inhabitants DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT T. JOB F. WATERS. JOHN P. DAVIB. of Ctlicia, a fertile plain in Asia Minor, W. R, Bowman has shown your coreighty thousand aro destitute Tho har respondent an improvement on bis patent vest timo has j 1st passed but not n single freight car coupler, for which he claims sheaf of grain was cut. "tho curved arm that at first had to ba set At Hartford Tuesday the statue erectby bnnd now sets by grayltation and holds Doalora In ed by Connecticut in memory of Nathan both tho link and pin in position for coupHale, "tho Martyr Spy," was formally deling; can be uucoupled cither from tho sido e, livered to the State. Charles Dudley Waror top of the car; also an attachment by ner made the presentation speech. which the brakeman can set the car for un The President has ordered all the capcoupling then go away and tho engine can tured rebel battle-tlagnow in charge of the War Department, returned to the au- couple or uncouple at will." of Kenton county. Hon. John C. Bullitt, of Philadelphia, thorities of the Attobnby Okskril P. V. 1IAHDIN, oi The Louisville Commercial says that Bil- the regiments respective States in which Rev. W.C Condilt, of Ashland, and .Mies that bore them were organOur stock is compreheniivc and brand new and prices suit oven the closest Mercer county. ly O'Bradley "has gone into the canvass Chenowith, of Louisville, are the guests of Aodiior-FAYET- TE ized for the rebellion. HEWITT, of Hardin of closo buyers. Come to sbo us early and often. dressed in homely homo-spu- n, with his county. The Interstate Commerce Commission Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Quisenberrr. Onon? pantaloons "luffed in his unblacked boots Tbkasubkr-JAM- ES W. TATE, ot Woodford has rendered a decision on the petition of Z Dimitt, a former resident of Boyle councounty. and a nuart bottle of liquid persuasion in the Louisville & Nashville and other ty, now an attorney of Kansas City, is in SCTSRl.NTKNDENT 0 FL'DLIC INSTBUCTIOH. either hip pocket." Billy will have to disJOSEFU DESUA HCKETr, of Fayette county. own ooumern ranroaus, praying lor a suspen- town attending commencement. R. D & the latter proposition, if untrue, when A3 BeqistkroftheLahd U. sion of the long and short haul clause of El Logan, John W. Proctor, J. R. Marrs, he comes here next week. The prohibition COBBETT.ofMcCrtcken county. the law, which is virtually a triumph for J. 8. Chrisman, F. Da Giesac, J. M. Hughes, LEOlsLiivtK-D- r. J. D. PETTU3, Untoln town of Stanford don't even allow the vile the roads, R. 8. Nichols, W. J. Lyle and perhaps oth county. stufTto ba carried in or on the person. to Gov Filz Lee, of Virginia, and the R. era attended the democratic barbecue at CO Dn. E. D. Stakdiford, who is making E Lee corps of Confederate yeterans have Lexington Wednesday. Judoe Tom Varnon attended the big A wild and horrible rumor having gotbarbecue at Lexington Wednesday and has an active canvass for the U. S Sanate to accepted the invitation of John A. Andrew to returned warmer in the cause of true deui succeed Mr. Back, and who is making Poet, Grand Army of the Republic, to visit ten afloat that Joseph Goings, a harmless -3 is about to lead to the hyme-nin- l Boston, and the brethren will mingle to- and well mannered colored barber had ocracy than ever; In fact, the old veteran many friends, a-- o fiendishly violated the revenue laws of the red-haltar a handsome young lady of Louis- gether in the shadow of Bunker Hill. ia with enthusiasm. Ha met repThe Cornelison cse is again brought United Slates, Jo went to Lancaster on c- -fresentative men from at least 20 couniijs ville. His supporters aro of the opinion )Monday evening and surrendered himself i i and from the reports that they brought up that he will be asaucwiful in the prosecu to notice by the publication of a hand-bil- l signed by 13 of the grand jurors, who in to Deputy l S. Marshal W, O. Ossley the hero of Fort Djnelaon will baat the tion of the other suit. dicted him, charging that the indictment and said that he was ready for an investiwarrior from Garrard at least 50 000. Gen. s Following tho lead of Rider was for asauit and battery only and that gation. Mr Owsley took him before U. Backner was the first speaker and for an "She" Emmett Logan has written to hour he'd his audience of 10,000 people in and is publishing in his paper a serial "with intent to kill" was inserted without S. Commlsjiouer Burnside, who put him in chargoof the town marshal until 10 o'clock the closest attention. His imposing preswhich ho calls by another pronoun, "It." their knowledge or conseu', James Luckett, a young man of 2J, the next morning, The town marshal soon ence caught the crowd nod he surprised He uses the sugjsstiye nam dt )lume of Ji m S3 who has been chased all over the country, after went about bis business and told Jo even his closest friends both with the ex- Fitlo. D CO i3-Cwas arrested in Louisville this week and to come up at 10 Tuesday morning to Mr. CO tcellence of his speech and the manner of its AvrcK a painful silence for nearly a taken to York, Pa., where he is wanted for Buruside's uffico Jo, who ii a printer as delivery. It was a pjrfjct refutation of month, wo are glad to bear from Col, Sam seduction. He agreed to marry his victim, well as a barber, spent a part of the evenCO Bradley's falsa deductions and be his only M. Burdett again. He was over at the who is a daughter of Millionaire Mowbrey, ing at tho printing oflije ho ping some to repeat it after his adversary's eloquence Barbecue and reported it in his tuual CO white friends through with some jub work seven weeks ago, but fhd the day before, to rout him foot, horse and dragoon. Jim graphic style. CO CO The colored republicans of Mason coun- and the balance in helping a colored friend Bryan was the next speaker and in bis pe' ct- ty held a rousing convention at Maysville at his barbershop. The next morning Jo's culiarly ciptiyatiog etyta maintained bis NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. last week and condemned the action of the attorney from Danville appeared before reputation ns a genuine orator. Then came A landslide in Cjucordia, on tho Isth- late State convention of their party, which Commisioner Ilarnside, also the witness K "Old Saddlebags," Senator McDonald, of mus of Panama, buried IS persons alive. ignored the colored voters in making a for the prosecution, and tho Commis-ione- r Indiana. His speech was n statesmanlike the ticket. They resolved to Maj Cumbraugh has resigned cut loose from the in about ten seconds after hearirg all the and dignified exposition of the differences CO presidency ol the South Kentucky College. party, and as an evidence of their good proof disraiwed the werrant That's all of the two parties and was and tendencies -- W. M. Murchison died nt Wedon.Ten-nesse- faith will hold a convention June 25 to there was in it. Now why should any one full of telling democratic campaign matter. from starvation, having gone for 03 nominate one of their race as a candidate want to arert that Joe had been "arrested, After this speech the crowd divided Flemdays without food or drink. for the legislature and to appoint delegate carried to Lancaster, put in jail, Ac." ing, of Louisville, B;ck and Blackburn The republicans are preparing to con- to the Paris convention to be held in The commencement exercises of CenJuly. addressing one wing and Settle, McCreary test the senatorial elections in West VirMore bloodshed in Rowan. Tuesday tre College began on Sunday when Vice and Ingersoll, of Tennessee, the other. The ginia, Indiana and California. night as ex Sheriff Win. Ramsey and his President J. Lapslcy McKee preached the latter said ho was neither Pagan nor repub Five men were killed and as many son Henry, the lattor 22 years old, were Uaccalaureate sermon from the 13 h vrrn-o-f proceeded in a very lively lican and then wounded by an explosion of dynamite in riding from Moreiieari to their home in the the 4th chapter of Paul to the I'"phe-elanmanner to give an earnest of the faith that the lnman mines near Chattanooga. At the annual msotinst of the Hoard mey were snoi irotti meir norses cuuuiry, was in him. The burgoo and everything Wo. Mahoney successfully performed and psrhaps fatally wounded by unkuown cf Trustees on Tuesday it was definitely that went to make up a really enjoyable the fast of jumping from the euspausion men in ambush. Mr. Rameey and bis son announced that Dr. John M. Worrall, D. dinner was served in good style and everybridge into the Ohio river nt Cincinnati. did not belong to Hther of the Rowan D.. had finally declined the Colloge presibody's stomachs were filled as full as their AI. Wheeler, a drunken blacksmith in county factions, bat recently had been dency, which had been tendered him came heart were of enthusiasm. There was no Nicholasville, fatally wounded his wife, strongly importuned to join tho Tolliver months ago, whereupon Prof. J. C Falw sign of w'iiky and nothinz occurred to striking her on the head with an iron bar. faction, which they refused to do as they was appointed dean of the faculty until mar the pleasure of the memorable occaThe training school for Indians at Car- did not wish to become embroiled in the next September, when the trustees will sion. It was a lovo feast, pure and simple, lisle, Pa., graduated 70 pupils and started trouble. Tnis refu'al is doubtless what meet at Lexington and elect a President. that will tell in the coming election. them West. They were mostly young will probably cost tbem their lives. At the oratorical prize contest on Tuesday This is the day fixed by Labor Agttatcr Sioux. evening Mr. L. 1). Noel, con of Henry T. Wood for his convention. It is to occur at Notes by tho Business Manager, John Toomey, of Lexington, a convict Noel, of Lancaster, took the 1st prizs and LaGrtnge and an effort will be made to guard on theCorbin extension, accidentally Liberty, June 1 i If this quaint little Mr. R. 8. Diweon.of Harrodsburg, the 21 nominate a full Slate ticket. Wood is a shot end killed himself at the latter place town has changed a particle in the last przs, a gold medal in each case. All the briefle's lawyer, with an nmbition to lend Wednesday. quarter of a century it is not known to a young men did well, but Mr. Noel's speech aomething nnd having failed to establish u Sidney A. Dsright, cashier of the Na number of old citizens with whom I talked. was not only an elegant coiniwellion, but greenback party, ho now tries to strut for s tional Bank of Coxakie, New York, is said The same sleepy, careless appearance that was delivered with a trace and enso not ofbrief sraeon upon the stage as the Mmcs to bs short in his accounts hetween $50,000 greeted the stranger's eye is still plainly ten observed In school lny efforts. Mr. seen; the who is to lead the laborers out of all their And f C0.000. housw, seemingly Noel represented the Chamberlain Literatrouble). It is bad for the laboring men Disappointed in love, MuiSirih Wil- built neither for comfort nor appearance, ry Socety; Mr. Diwson the Dienologian. that such a fellow as Wood should be son, a wealthy and refined young lsdy of remain as they were yeors ago and the story The dais day exerci-e- s on Wedmfday were and a half, ill shaped court-hous- e known in their movement. Sweetwater, Eist Tennessee, . hanged herplays its largely attended and then it was that the part as an eye sore to those who have the emancipated seniors turned self. Poor thingl thcmslves GKOCKIt, Folaf ki Is always reaay to furnish items: At Jamestown, Ohio, a colored mob least spirit of enterprise. Surrounded by loose on the "tyranl of the faculty," on Tuesday last J. F Phelps accidentally shot took a colored man who had committed knobs and having no railroad connection it one another and the world in cener.)l. MAIN AND SOMERSET STS. himself in the Is?, rendering amputation rapo on a colored woman, from jail and hung ie cut off from the rest of tho country and They declared themselves prohibitioniMs necessary; Miss Lou Allen found a railroad is bothered very little in its enjoyment of so far as bouquets were concerned. This him high as Haman. torpedo and being curious to know how it I luiro a ftpltMiiIhl Mock of the An exploding tank of gasoline at what might ba cilled "pioneer life." "There thing they said of givlrg every boy who worked, struck it with an axe, She knows following G'ootlK Coattanooga caused a small Mra in which is a balm for every wound" and the balm in made a speech eighteen, or any number of now, for her face is badly powder-barne- l one fireman was burned to death and sever this case seems to ba the good people that bouquets ought to be forever played out. Glass-- , Tin- - and Quoons-waro- , and an ugly gash appear on hsr pretty make up its population. Posie'sing the Oj Wednesday niht Hon J C. Bullitt, of al were badly injured. cheek; Rubs Sallea for passing counterfeit S. J. Loniso, recently appointed post- qualities of cleverness and big.beartedncss, Pniladelphia, delivered a very interesting money is under arrest. Bush, "Wood master at Temple, ladiana, has been boy- they enjoy life and live as happy, if not aldre's before the Alumni Grass Mr. Louisville Tost, referring to the cotted by the business men of that little more so, than those whose lot it has baen to Bullitt N of the class of IS 12, a native of The Scythosand Snaths, rest on flowery beds of ease. Tney are a Kentucky. He went to Philadelphia in Senator's recent letters, states the case thus place and forced to leave. Buggy Whips, all pricos, John II. Millikin, a former editor, has splendid people and I wish it distinctly un- 1815 and Jias resided there ever since. He correctly: Senator Zjbulon Vance gets an been promoted to District Passenger Agent derstood that I throw no slur upon them is very wealthy and ono of the most promto air his opposition to Presiopportunity Picklos In bulk and in bot-tlo- s, dent Cleveland and his policy. This may of the Louisville & Nashyille, which em- when I describe their town, but only do bo inent lawyers of his city. to let those who have been there know how be a matter of great interest to Senator braces the Knoxville Branch. The exercises were concluded to day Boautiful Flowor Vance, but it doesn't make any change in A meteor which weighed not less than she ia getting on. Circuit Court brought a by sf caches from the following graduates: the business of either Grover Clevelaed or two tons and which buried itself in the little life in with a big crowd, but she still William Luke Clark, Bement, Illinois: R. Baakots, earth is reported to have fallen near St. lies in the arms of .Morpheus and cannot S. Diwson, Harrodsbury; Richard Givens the demccratic voters. VanLomon be awakened. Joseph, Ind., Sunday morning. Danny, L'ncoln county; EJward Melville Wueelxr in hi The hotels can be said to differ in a small Green, Jr., Dinvillr; James Carrol Hamililla, Swarms of insects resembling the Spanwill btqueothB $30,000 to home and foreign ish fly, baye visited Trenton, Missouri, and degree with the rest of the place, not in de ton, Mt. Sterling; Charles Dury Grubbs, Can-no- d California and missions. This is $2,000 less than the eal s vicinity, devouring vegetation and causing sign, but in furnishing real first-cla- a ac Mt. Sterling; Charles Martel Mason, Hawes-villary he drew that belonged to Tom HenGoods. great suflering by their poisonous bite. commodations. The dininz-room- B are fur Frank Nelson Le, Danville; George up the dricks. He ebonld have ente-e- d The Somerset Keporta printing office is niahed with one table only, bat this is a ta- Nicholas, Shelbyville; Frank Dillon Van T. R. WALTON. whole amount and died with a partially advertised to bo sold June 20, by Commis ble sure enough, 58eatiog at it at dinner Winkle, Danville; James Thomas Vaughan, Mark HirJlo,Ut of Uontlcello, Clerk. cleared conscience of the fraud he helped eioner Newell, to satisfy a judgment in fa Monday and still we were not crowded. Greenburv; Ejgene Kerr Wilson, perpetrate and of which he was tho benfi-ciarThe fare is No. 1, the delicacies in abundyor of T. B. Coppage for $220 and cost. valedictorian, William Lawson Frank Fowler, who 13 months ago ance and only 25 cents a meal. The Ex- Sumrall, Dinvillr, The degreM were conThe New Hampshire Legislature has forged a check for $37,000 on Governor change Hotel and Napier House are both ferred and then the benediction was spoken. lust elected Bill Chandler to the United Bate, of Tennessee, has been arrested. He good ones and are liberally patronizjj the A banquet was prepared for the alumni by States Senate. He is the fellow who sent was found on a firm near Rich Valley, Exchange dining 300 tho first day of court. the ladies of the 21 Presbyterian church. out the telegrams on the night of the elecThere is considerable talk about building jnd. tion that Hayes was the winner and wai , Meeting of County Committee. but no movement is made Near Flat Lick, Dr. Graham, who had a new the leader of the conspiracy that succeeded a grudge against Ben Hubbard, went to the yet. There can be no objection to this, 1 The Democratic County Committee will in thwarting the will of the people expresshome of the latter armed with a pistol, am sure, as the present one is entirely too please meet at tbe office of the Interior ed at the polls in favor of Tilden, Saturday, afternoon Journal and was shot by Hubbard and instantly small and very inconveniently arranged. The crop i seen from the pike between at 1 o'clock to consider the question of a The republican candidate for attorney silled. general, Hon. John Feland, has grown The Hall & Orlway Manufacturing this place and Stanford are looking exceed joint barbecue sritb Girrard county. J. E Lynn, Chairman. tired already of the chase after empty hon- Company, operating the only boot and shoe ingly well and it looks it like the "poor" By W. P. Walton, Secy. ors and retired from tho ticket. Let's Bee, manufactory in the South, at Nashville, farmer wilt make a living, at least, this we believe Mi-- . Ftland is the man who was hae assigned. Assets $200,000; liabilities year. Ojt of 35 Southern newspapers quesBryant S. McClure, democratic candi to beat Watt Hardin because the latter is in excess. tioned as to their choice for the democratic e road race with bicycles date for representative of Russell and CaThe no lawyer or words to that eflect. nomination in 16S3, 27 were for Cleveland for the championship of the world, run at sey, waa among the crowd Mondav shaking The panic at Chicago Tuesday when Crawfordsville, Indiana, was won by Wm, hands and making friends generally. He and 2 non committal. wheat dropped 20 cents on the bushel was Rev. George Pittard, pastor of a MethA, Rhodes, of Boston, in 7 hours, 1 minute beat hia republican opponent 350 votes for odist church and teacher in a boys' echool equal for a time to the money panic in the same office only a few ye ra ago and bis and 57 seconds. at Raldsville, N. C, beat and kicked one Wall street in 1873. A number of failures Atlanta ssenis to be determined as chances for a walk over are bitter this of his pupils to death because ho acciden in Chicago and other wheat centres are anmuca that the gamblers shall go as the time. nounced in consequence of it. At a convention held in Russell county tally struck him with a ball. whisky men. Tuesday six wagon loads of attended the Ohio State the paraphernalia of the latter wero crema- Saturday afternoon last, Jud ge J. A, Wil Only 55 persons An Augusta, Me., lirjuor dealer has hit liams received the nomination for county upon a simple but effective plan of evading prohibition convention at Cincinnati, Come ted by order of court. to think of it this is about the average in Gen, Buckner baa spent a week in the attorney and Judge W. S Stone for county the prohibitory law of tho State. Ills any State of thoee who wish to make a po- Auditors ofhee at trankiorl, ana is now clerk, I don't know that it had anvthinc scheme is to import ilirect from Liverpool litical out of a purely moral question. loided for b'ar and Bradley. Tho trouble to do with their good luck, but the above liquors he desires to sell, and then to dis named gentlemen are both excellent pat- pose of the same in unbroken packages, The Massachusetts Legislature does not has been that the democratic champion has rons of the Interior Journal, and it may tbe United States Government protecting to go to the books for his figures, while the take to prohibition. It has iust defeated a republican prevaricator goes no farther have been sent as a reward to their good all persous importing liquors from fjreign proposition to submit a constitutional proLouis-yill- e ueeus in supporting "tne Deal as welt as countries from nroiecnttnn under nnr Htnln hibitory amendment by a vote of 135 to thin his imagination for bis facte. the cheapest." E. C. W. prohibitory law. Times. 73. The Intejuoh Jouknai, wants democratic orators sent to the mountain counties to "firo the papular heart." The dig pillion of the mountaineers to fire at eveStanford, Ky, Jano 17, 1887 rything in huunn shaps will deter the average statojuian from taking any missionary tours in that direction- .- Owensboro W. P. WALTON. Messenger. You libel the mountain peo pie, dear friend. They an pretty quick DEMOCRATIC TICKET. on (rigger sometime, but the man who goes among them, behavei h inn elf and atF H Ootkinoh-SIMBOUVAIl BUCK-XEtends to bia own business la always treated ol Hart County. W. BUY AN, with courtety and respect , LlKCTXJUKT OoVEsoR-JA- nicriarom'imi - WATERS & DAVIS, ON s, MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. Mia ... Q STANFORD, KY. 0FFICK-T110M- m S5 3 H O p - o W C m Hag-gerd'- O PP a a IS o a to O O to p p o wP g o to o - P P P 5 e, T. R. WALTON, I and Pots and Extracts, and othor t; n; court-house- 100-mil- WALL PAPER WALL PAPER, AT- - WALL PAPER, M'KOBERTS& STAGG'S I'HUXWWTWI iw wimiiiimi OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. I yjiUlT V A. Jaiu, Jellj Uiiuteflanil Warren'. Tin Cans Stanford, Ky 3. , Ol'litlock of euibrolderlfrf, Iacih, all oyer Juno 17, 1887 lace, etc, is oowplele. Ovaley ii Cral. - UimlnoBB O. WALTON. MnnnRor. Mai it IxtiXE attuied four Wood Twine IJtndeM to vntk WeilnoitUy on aa many farms lie mh there U leis straw last year, but urjre grain. than I. AM. LOCAL TIME CAHO. Mill train going North ' Houtn Express train" ttoutb i .i Norn... - r. M. .131 r.K. 145a,m 13 39 .. TbjOTe li calculated as It bout 20 an standard time, Bolsr minutes taster LOCAL TIME CARD. IMa.m TilKUK are Juveral persona to be Initiated at the Clood Templar' rnoetin;? to night and a full attendance of the membership in earnestly desirej. W.H Veach, Hecre tary. has sold lot year J.O Ask your grocer for the Cincinnati Tin: foundation of the new public school ling mules to John Tewmey at $98 per Co.' cracker and enkej. Advocate. building lias beenbegun and the contract- head, W ATCHKH and Jewelry repaired on ahor The LaFityetle Brewery Company's ors, Uaney A Alle, will push it to an earcotico and warranted by Penny A McAlla ly completion, Tbj situation is a very stables at St. Louis burned and vith them r. Htaniiaiui ready mixed paint; ijualilT commanding one, aid it is to be hoped tiie over 300 horses. aud durability cuarauteed at McHjberta A building will corrtspnd with the surround-inns- . Thomes Keene's tobacco barn, with his taKK'- last year's tobacco crop, burned in Jessa A oomim.ctk ttock of jewelry, latent Lojs $2,000. mine ilyle. Ilockford walchca a specialty, PenTllK care against Rib Whitley, charged Ihirty-thrc- e hogsheads of Hourbon ny A McAliater. with shooting at the lev. (leorge Holling, tobacco sold in Louisville at prices ranging PERSONAL. was di'mised, the prt,oer proving a clear from ?5Itj toflJ75. alalii. Hob wanted ut to eiy what he Clay A Company sold their last year's C. Coom: is here. Hon John thought of n preacher vlio would bring crop of wheat, 7,000 bushels, from the Dun- CiiAUi.r.Y Fowj.eh has returned from such a charge against an linocent man, but gan farm, at ft3 cents Ptrls News. a visit lo Columbia. it wouldn't do to print. B II Jones eo.d to A Co., ol Mlt. W. I'. Noi.AND, of Washington Noith Mlddletonn, last week, his crop of City, is in Klanford. PATiuniE.-lenr- y Tuckpr, Would he Mr. J A Cahi'KNTCii has roiio ou a a youth of 10, shot and dunjrou-l- y wound-c- l 10,000 pounds of tobacco at R J cents. Strayed from our pasture on or about risit to friend in Hoyle his father, IJ.'o Tucker, in Csey county hands I.UI.A Hkocic is eiwndinc n few Monday. Tho young man lad attended May lri n brown mare mule, 11 Mil. high. A liberal reward will be given for weeks at Mrs M L. Ujurne's. went honitdruuk with court at Libertvand Mas Jack Adm, Jn.of Ml. Ver the above rwitl'.s. They hat) quarreled her recovery, or information leading thereto. J. F A B (1. (Jover. jiou, is visillnj: al Mrs J. W Williams'. sevenl tiincn previous to this. Wheat cutting h about half through , M. I). Ui'dKK, cf Lancaster, Tin: city council lgm to nmn busi-n- and Squire J S. Murphy tells us that the was here Tumnlay on his way to Williams-!urf- . Sometime ago ther issued orders to acruage is an average, thu quality 10 pr lite owdm of the property to do the work cent, above and the quantity 15 per cent, of New Hope, and Uol.UK aud they having failed in the sfttcified time above the average in this county. Tom (inlhrie, of Ltvinc'lon, hare been advertisements have hern put up for tho Emmetl McCormack is the bc-- lamb here this wrek. letting at public auction on tho 21'.h of a buyer. During the present season he has Ik hero talking W11.1. It. Williams growing water table along the paveinonW of John bought over a 000 and paid for the whole ro.ic!iintM to the firmer'). He Htughuun, the First Xttional Hank, J. W. about $13 000 There arc not many traders pirtly and Ketting rfoh. lltyden ami Itirney VAiiarwlale and for as liberal as he is and no bttter cit Z'n. Muvim I M MfRonitHw and W. M. The cofleo market, which hts bsen u n flight went with Mr. W B. McKoUrts to new poveoient alotu the fronts of Mrs. KaI IlaiiaiidT H Walton. settled for some weejts past, reached a crisis lh km. pr.ptrlr tied. re at New York Monday, and prices fell two Krv. (iboik.kO Barkis cime doa A covri.s of young men gave a darkey, n Wednesday hi old friend. Jams W. who ltvixl In her nighborhoo I, a n te to a cents, decline of over six cents in two weeks. There were three failures as a re loorn, who ctilluus guile ill. young lady asking the privilege of calling suit. Mm A M. MorrCTT accompanied her on a certain night and told htm when he FonSAi.r. An extra good Jersey cow husband to IotiKTille, whither he went to came to town next day would be time in full milk her two year old heifei due marriage enough for tho answer. Hi f tiled to perform tl McKaUorts-Thom- aa to calve thi fall aud lur yearling heifer ceremony. the latter idea, however, but went I offer these animals because I don't need Mr. Jamtj Millcii, of Fort Hcott, at nnce, arriving al her residence alter them and they will bo sold at a bargain. Kansas, Mrs. MarRaret Pettua and Mr. midnight. He succeeded in waking the W H. Miller, Stanford, Ky. Jaine M. l'rtttu, of LouisTille, are with whole family, getting the answer from the Owing to the busy tiuu with the farm W. H. Miller. young lady and delivering it lo tho young vn there was a very rmall crowd at the sale S'isi r. he shaved oil his whiskers, Mr. men before they aroe from their couches of the tffci of the lato Dr. W. W, Owsley; (ieorce It. llruce h taken for Mr. U. (1. nut morning. The young lady was evithe farm and a good many of the things ad Vine all the time. They ar wore alike dently ioiprued that the boys meant bust verticed to be sold were not offered aud will than twins, that's a fact. be Hold privately. Tue prices realized were Mi-- a Lllkn Ballot, the accomplish-tMARRIAGES. the bidders being so tint satisfactory, is up from Homerset, but music teacher, Horses sold from $75 to Jl')1), scarce. Tdc marriage of our townsmen, W H mil return in a few days to teach a sum $26 to a,er class who are anxious for her to do so. McKjberts, toMi'H BriieTt)oaias occurred mules $03 to $100; 2 year old cattle $28; yeailing- - $12 to $1"; milk cows $20 to Mlt. Wn.L BrveiuNiK was nominated according to programme and tho pair are 5 pound. The farming by the primary election in Marion county now enjoying life at Old Point Comfort. $30; hon cents per implements sold terj low; 30 shares Farmfor county rlerk without opposition; a hii;b We hope thef will always be ni happy as ers National Btuk stock sold at from $151 compliment to a very worthy voting man. now. to $15,! and several shares of Dix River A Mr. J. II Urcon and Miss Jennie MaTurnpiko at $15, LOCAL UATTEKS. son, a couple from (S wrard, went to hear Danville The wheat cl'que which has been grad. Brother Barnes preach at Dripping Springs HauvfsT Oil at Mctcalf A Foster. Wednesday and became so greatly imbued tially cornering the market in Cnicago for Fhvit Jars and Cans at T. K. Walton's with hia sweet gospel of love that they some weoki ptst ctcce to a sudden and unexpected collapse Tuteday, and a) a result Hhi 111 of binder twine on hand. I. M. made a ersanal application of it between a panic ensued, which affected all the grain " themselves and decided to come hero and Hruce centres of the country. The mtrket was get married. They were both of age and I sow liavf on hand the largest and best 93 cent. Then had no difficulty in procuring the license "bulled" until prices reach was ever ctlered in line of furniture that came the reaction. Eirlyin the day rujhn Bill Oibson bound prices. Call after which Rev. J this town and at were circulated that Cincinnati banks, them together in his moit approved style in mors and be convinced that mean businesa. H. which were supposed to be putting up parlors of the Myers House. the K. Wearen. money for the combination, were getting "deaths. short. These rumors were freely circula Since the change in the South bound we get no mails by it over the CincinThe bright little boy of Mr. and Mrs. ted in the pit and a panic resulted. Prices nati Hjiilhern. Hcfore the new lime card Jtfl Jones died Tuesday of cholera infan- started down and struck the bottom 72 cents with a thump. The clique went we had n double daily mail from Cincinnatum, aged 15 months. ti, now only a single. James Bush, Sr., the estimable father wild and failures began to be announced. Three Chicago firms went under, while Kino A Ci'LTON'a tanbark train passed ofCapt. Harry T. Bush, of this county, others were on the ragged edge. Failures through yesterday returning from Kock-cast- le died last week at his home in Clark, aged were also announced at Milwaukee and SO years. and Madison where they have gotten other points. At New York the market as this season aud sold RELIGIOUS. out about 100 car loads O.-A native of Japan has invented a new was a reflex of Chicago. see at 110 to $11 per cord. process by which paper may be made Irom Come Sixty persons were confirmed by BishA Oiul'h Composition on Boys. Boys seaweed. Paper made in this way is very Jkllico furnishes another killing. Pink op Mats at the Catholic church in Paris is men that have not got as big as their pa- strong, almost untearable. and Is sufficientadmit of its being used as Gammon was killed by John Finley, an- Sunday morning. pas, and girls is young women that will be ly transparent to II. GBEEN, Aj?t., HuHtonvllle, Ky. window glass. It takes all colors well and The Centre College presidency seems to other negro, there, over Ihe pweesion of young ladies by and by, Man was made in many respects resembles old window the smiles of.a sable damsel. Corbin also goa'begging. Dr. Worrall, of New York, before woman. When God looked at Ad. glass. cornea in with one, Park Bullock having recently elected to it, has declined, with am he said to hitmetf, "Well, I guess I can thanks, killed nun named Cole. do better than that if I try again," and .llff IDTKBTIHEMKnTR. Elder Stephen Collier was presented (Cincinnati Now Orloans and Texas Paolflo Railway.) editor is feeding on beans, beete, with a fine suit of clothei by the railroad then ne maue .re. uou UKeu hio so The much better than he did Adam that there to New pens, cymbllngfl and potatoes planted in his ladles and others of Riwland. II, X. has been more women in the world ! than nny West. garden less than seven weeks ago. If Cuba, Ware. men ever since. Boys are a trouble They of our readers can beat this time, he can Daring Ker. F. S. Pollitt's mountain 'i A good 1 ft ofTlnner't Tooli and a lot of lenJ us a dczsn spring chickens as an ear- trip be traveled 401 miles in a dog cart, are very worrying on everything but soap, SuppHei. Will idl Cheap. v, . sistpsox, CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. If I could have my way halt the boys in uits. nest of good faith. No competition allowed lie is now over in Mason county, haying MlditUburg, Ky. ItKAD Ul. ItKAll DOWN. the world would be little girls and the othunless accompanied by the chickens. storm cloud that his let"run of!" till the T11AIN8NOKTH. rKAlN8bOUTU, er half would be dolls. My papa is so nice ! occasioned has parsed. No. 3. No. 6. Mi, J. I No. 4, No. 7. No 3. I No. 6. h'O.l. to me that I guess he tnuat have been a TiiEcaieof John F. Strode vs. his father-in-la- ters STATIONS. Daily. Dally Rev. P. G. Elsom's meeting at the girl Dally Dally. Ex. Sun Dally. Mason Webster, was triod before when ho was a little boy. Chicago Dally. Ex. Bun, Dally. Dally. has resulted in two profesX am now prepared to take orJera for all kinds ol Judge Varnon and a jury yesterday: Strode Baptist church News. L'te. .Cincinnati .v'rr 6 4.' pm 10 25 am 6 40 a in 7 55am 403pm9 00pm 3 47 pm' 7 27am 4 10am sions and three baptisms since last report, plaati and will him them ready it ny time ..Georgetown claimed $200 dameges from the old man 10 50 am1 7 05pm U 83 pin 3 20pm 7 00 ami 3 4S a in My Lexington How Mns Cleveland CirrellEnllAm. warranted toplant are from the bet teed and are 1125 ami 7 35 p III H 6 I'm making 19 professions in all, The meetbe tue best. NlcholasTltle i oi p mi 6 27ntnlr3 23a m because he agreed to let his sons "tend" a tU7am 8(Up!oU2. 21am d Jllarrodsburg Junction. 2 18pm t5 47 am Tho "Frances Cleveland" atrle of cutting o. J. XE WI,A SD. 1221 am 8 43 p ra with large crowds at Hand 2 00pm t5 32 a m 2 38 a in crop on his place and after ther planted it, ing continue .DanTllle.. 8tanlord. W 33 a in 8 59pm 1 05 a m the hair ia the most papular with the ladies 185 put 5 20 a m 2 23am Junction City 115am drove them away, The verdict was $35 in 8 r. M. 12 15 am 910pm 12 49 p m ...Kings Mountain -- Elder E. L. Powell, of the Christian now. Ii'd all the go. How ia it dont? 153pm 1 10 am 11 55 am ,,.. Somerset his favor. 2 45 p ml. ...I 2 42 am1. 9 40p m 8 10 a in church, Maysville, tendered his resignation Well, it is cut short in front, just even with ..OaViUle ... 5 65 a m (125pm1. 0 30 pm 5 00 am ,., .Chattanooga 45 am ,; 83 80 p m ., W. S.Miller, who Sunday to take effect Sept, lit. He accepts the ears and over the head. Tliia cut is Ouk Baiuiecue.-C- oI. 10 40 am 10 35 p m Birmingham BUILDERS AND CONTRATORS 9 30 p m .. ,., 3 3.5 a m 6 20 am 7 00 pm. Eutaw,.... made in three layers. The two upper ones has the matter in hand, writes us that he a call to the First Christian church, Louis ... 8 00 ml., . 3 45 a in 4 30 pm Man i. Meridian am1., U 00 , 10 00 p in 10 yille, the leading church of that denomi8 85 pin 9 00 a ml are curled backward aud tho one in front Iildt will b recelrod until tho !Gth of June for has already secured 3 beeves, 18 eheep, New Orleans ...I CIS am1., 5 10pm'. conjunction oi a is curled outward over the forehead. The tne and about $S0 in nation of tho State. 3 00 am shoats, many old hams Meridian ....,11 15 pm . S55 pm .Vlcksburg... Brother Dimes is looking first rttoand back hair cm be long or shingled, It doc New Briok Prasbyterian mocoy for the barbecue to be held between Church, .. 8 00 a m1 ., to a in Shreieport. ., ,..m 6 55 p in Brother Dan not matter. The shape of tho face must be In the town of Stanford. The Btlck Work. Car 750am ,....T. 1" Junction... here and Lancaster in the early part ol is in excellent spirits. 7 10p ni,. resort has made studied. For tho full, round face it is bet- penter's work, rJasterlntr, I'alntltig, Ac, will be July, Our citizens will be called upon to Slaughter's health-giviut 9 SP. ao.il 15 x. v., Arrlrlng at Chattano-- s awarded separately, tai'h workman furnishing No o learesOakdale dally except Sunday, atf. and we hope they will respond a new man, physically, of him in ten days, ter not to curl the hair just over the ears, mtU rial for his portion (ii the work except the leaves Chattanooga at 4 30 p. m., arriving at Oakdale at . I i x. contribute brick Mason, who will bs required lot of Mann Boudoir Buflet Ble.plng Cars onalltnrougn trains. liberally. All the counties in this cam- Tho troupe left yesterday for Kirksyille but let it remain shingled juat plain; but if uric 1 oui 01 mo urn uuimiug. 'i no lo useswin ne wore . ittt n.nM M.n.L-oi- . II. ('OLI.BUAN. Qea'l Tit. A Pais. Agt., awarded the lowest and boat bidder, reserving tbe " ' paign district are expected to participate where it wilt remain ten days. On the the face Is delicate, slender, thtn curl the prlTllenetorflectany and a' I bids. Call on tbe v.. X. KYAN. Asit. CSen'l Frt. A Pass. As"ffi i"yt.V.AV;"....."vv..,;., and an effort will be made to eclipse the 20th it will start to Somersst, stopping here hair or tlufl it all over the front of the undersigned fur ipcvlllsatlous. W. W. WELU3, fauperlntendent, Somerset, Ky. .T.l Ci IUIWJIAX, head. It give) a charuinc elhci over night and opining there on the 27th. juBt held at Lexington, big one (Jeccral Oftces. Ht. I'aul HullJing, West Fourth Street, Clnelunatl, Ohio. Chairman Building Committeet; Jl'Lint Boijine, while "coabUiir" on hi" LAND. STOCK AND CROP bicycle, yesterjay, got what in known m a header and wa) knocked aenseleaa for eerer-a- l Wanted -- Btcon, by T. R. Walton. taiuiHe Watermelons are abundant in Cincinlie waa pretty badly bruited LOCAL NOTICES. nati at $1 50 apiece. but no bona wire broken. Joseph Coffey bought of E, J. Oodby, Landhktii'b Oardeu Seil at IVddjt A Will Caivon, sent up for fire years for of CVey, ."3 150 pound hogs at 1 cents. McAliitcr'a. the killing of young West in thia county, A Woodford lady gathered over 80 A FUM. line of Gihint; tackle of all kind escaped from the guards in Woodford this at I'enny A MeAliMer'n. bushels of strawberries from a half-acrat large. A reward of Tlir. beit ready mixed pttinla are to be week and is patch. $'i0 is offered fir his arreat and return. had at Penny A McAlitterV. his Evans of 20 lest llowlaud its and 7.30 i. Ileturnlog, airlrealOand I'Mr.n, Trains !. K.C. llev. Dr. .Morton, of Louiitville, will preach the dedicatory sermon at the new church at ISrisht', Lincoln county, on the 21 Sunday in July m 11 o'clock. Will have basket dinner and erinon In tho afternoon; every bod r invited. In one of his ".'eroionV1 Sam Jone rcferreil to tho peoplo of Tennessee aa ee akunk" Tho people of ahowed Kre.it amiability by not re tortint; that the Rjverend Mr. Jones was an accomplished blackguard. The cause of Christianity wouldn't under much if this untamed minister could be placed on the retired list. 'Jeorcetown Times. Ten-new- Lancaster. Ltncaster will go lo hear Brother Birnes Sunday at Kirksville. A delegation from WALSH, THE TAILOK, 2IJ2 1 if& sll e , Bt K-i- s. 1 1 rock-botto- ss Rev. Cbas. Keid, who was ordained here on Wednesday, has been called to the pastorate of Little Flock Church, Bullitt county. "All nature biletb, roosters pant and -GOODS so do lizards; the mules on the dusty roads can't raiee a trot to save their gizzards." DR. S. G, HOCKBR. JOHN BRIGHT, JR, Billings. The Garrard county Board of Examiners will meet at Dr. J. B. Kinnai rd's office on Saturday, 25tb Inst., to examine applicants for teachers' certificates. fNUCCESSOItS TO W. II. IIIGGIXN.) Col. MikeElkin, who has just leturned from the Lexington bnrbecue, says from We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most nopular what he can learn Buckner's majority will COOK 8T0VE3 and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, be from C0.000 to 100,000. WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, 8ALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILOn Thursday morning at the residence ING, &c. of Samuel Roth well, Mr. James Qaffoir, of In FARMING IMPLEMENTS we will still place the OLIVER CHILL Lowell, Ky., was married to Mrs. Susie FLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly dotervos to be. Ask your Kendred, of the same neighborhood. neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market The barbecue will probably bo held in equal to the IMPERIAL the woodland of Capt. T. A. Elkin, near Examine the BRINLE? COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW, In the Gilberts Creek Station. This will be very PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All handy for those who come on the K C. we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have trains. any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. -- On July 1st W days of the year 1887 W. II. McKINWEY, .Suieniimn. will have passed away, never lo return. But on that day George D, Burdett A Co will have the account of every man indebted to them ready for settlement. Come MERCHANT TAII.OU, up gentlemen and lei's cancel them eo that they too will be numbered with things past forever. 1 haterccelro and still receiving- Those of our people, who have been putting eff their creditors with the old sto ry, "am expecting some money about the (.'otnprltlng the boat In tho market, which will be 12th or 15th," on the strength of a lottery ticket in their pockets, will have to Invest Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Second to Nono in City or Country again as nary telegram has been received Giro 31c 11 Trial. announcing a priza for Lancaster. J. G. Burnside and Warner Slavin jrtj:p:l,:e-'2- . bought a lot of fat hogi from Hansbury West at 1.20 per cwt. J. A. Doty bought 7 fat hogs to bj delivered Saturday at 1 GO. They averaged 275 pounds, A. R. Djnny bought from 'George Jennings two mule yearling colts for $75 each. Traders say the mule crop will be short next year, as everybody is breeding to horees. The Garrard connty bonds were not sold on Wednesday for jthe revon that 3 m jw. since they were advertised there has been bi ki a settlement with our sheriff and it ij found that the county indebleilnw" is only about $32,OJ) iiH etd of $50,000 It is now pro posed to isrue bonds maturing in from one .0 four years, $S 000 etch yer bearing 0 percent interest. Sj 1 1; , in four more years old Gurard will bs out of debt for which "Praiee the Lord." A stracge animal has been seen on the farm of Roy Arnold in the Bryantville neighborhood, His son, who shot at it. It as yellow in color, body about three feet long, short legs and a long bushy Mill nltmj'H have on hand a Iiircc anil Hclect lino of Furni tail. As the boy approached, it growled, ture and Undertaker an lotv uh such Cloud. My prices will showing a mouth fall of enormous teeth, coodH can be bouslit in the citicx. Mive 111c n trial and yon about 12 inches in length. That part of will be convinced that 1 noil lower than Hie lowest. the country is considerably excited and neiier! parties era on the look out for it Same think it a beez!egum, others a bocco, while a few pronounce it the dog eater. During a storm last week a colt of Rice LH8BliBEnrVkiBttrnMDl3V Burcside was killed by lightning. T. A. colt trotted a quarter in Elkin's 2 year-ol- d 1G seconds, i E. W. Harris' chickens are about to eat up all the gras on bis farm. Is there no way to muzzle them? II uveal is here and everybody is buey. Wheat is not so good as last year, but from present indications we fear it will ba equally as cheap. L. C. Drake, who has a large peach Dick Rjbinson, tells orchard near me he has an extra fine crop of peaches acd expects to make big money on them. John WoodcocK has gone to Somerset C. W. Sweeney, Mike Elkin on business and W. G. Anderson were tho only patriots who attended the Lxicg!on barbecue from this place. Miss Anna Vaughan's Friday, with a picnic. s:hool closes Miss Mollie Harmon's school was out on g Tueeday last. J. G. Sweeney made a Sash-Blind- s, trip to Liberty this week. Major J. A &c. Hurnside got into a poison oak vine a few bedays since and got badly poisoned. Ask him about it. John A. Hopper, formerly of the Central Journal, this city, but now of as of Charleston, West Virginia, is in town mixgood Wo cim ing with old friends. OUK 1H AVENUE, XsiOITISVIXaXiIS, P.S FINE - - KY. EXCLUSIVELY. HOCKER & BRIGHT, H. C. RXJPLEY, New Goods for Spring and Summer e: a. -- 3NTE3'W- FURNITURE STORE HACK HUFFMAN, Proprietor. vjr;:i i a-- le WEAREN i: MM FEE. mmmm lly-in- Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Koad Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Our Stock of Ve Picket Fencing, complete thanf ever; hides is larger and more fore, from the cheapest to the best. All represented. Prices to ivork guaranteed vehicles as sell you as suit the times. little money. any dealer or manufacturer and for our lino assortment before it is broken. and J. WEAREN & MENEFEE. Queen and Crescent Route. Orloans, Florida, South roit SAIJG Shortest and Quickest Lino South East, Texas, Tin-ncr- 23S-4- 1. M.JLNTS ! jr. WG-t- sroxicJB. ..,. 31-- tf - ,. --.A WW LT. l liiuLSiii V If a note is lost or stolen it docs not re lease the maker; he must pay it if the con sideration for which it was given and the The Salamander. account cannot be proven. Mme. ZjlenoijoroQ, the widow ol Capt, Notes bears interest only when so slated. Zj!enooro(I, who, with eight othtri, was Principals are responelble for the acta of ebot at Rustchuk on February 22, by order their agents. of the R)t;eotA, is a younj l&ilj o( some Etch individual in a partnership ia re20 year?, Sbe comphina bitterly of the sponsible for the whole amount of debts of manner of the execution. Sbeeaid: "Mjr the firm, except in cues of special partnerior Stti-ffiHteMi!3n!cr- journal law Points for The farmers. T1IK KANCV.gADDLK STALLION, Wallace 1979. Denmark ! I- - 3VC JSltvXXC'IHj 3-- ww TflnvAf B,ri rv tH husbsnd and the rest rere sentenced to death late on the evening of the 21t and shot at 1 o'clock next morning. The nine victim) wore placed bsfore their shallow, short craves, which were not more than four feet in length and a foot and a hilf My htisbaiil refused to have his deep. ejea bandtgeil, and tore opjn the tunic of his uniform that it miht not be riddled, sayinjj that his coit waj ctiilty-- of no treason. The firioi; party numbered ninety, and yet my hubind wai left unsctthed after the first volley. At the second and third discharge he wn wounded and foil. Then thocffij'r in chue advanced to uive him the coup de grace and emptied fire chainbe'8 of hi revulvcr before the ''uiur-dero- f Then my hujbind was complo'ed, the cdwiI rushed in and tore this baoti and clothes torn the etil! warm bodies, wh.ch were pitched into two small gravrs anJ trodden Aaito. My husband's (eet were hacked off so that hii poor mutilated corpse might bi mvls (o fi the rrtye. It was all verr horrible .The dogs came in the n'g'it and we had Subseto set Kuardhni over the grave quently we erected crrwet and headstone, but they were demolished by the brutal and vindictive ngants of t!.e R'jjonK Now things are quieter we hare replaced the headstone'." London Newa. M. ship. Ignorance of the law excuses no one. The law compels no one to do impossibilities. An agreetmnt without consideration is void; a note mt.le oa Sunday is void; con tracts made on Sunday cannot be enforced. A note made by a minor is void; contract made with a minor is void; a contract made Is a rich mahogony bar fealdedMavl. ls ban da high, bcavy mano and tale, li incur fine and tancy, la loth a natural and pleasant saddler, brteds fancy, and a more uniform breeder of saddlers can not be found. He Is high-ta- ll stria on both sides to tho third generation, Is backed up by thorough-bred- s on both si Jos, making him rerr actlro and sprightly In gait, In tqrm and finish a perlect model. He was sired by tho noble Huinpter Denmark, be by Uoddard'a Denmark, be by Gaines A Cromwell's lonmark, h by the race horse Denmark, bo by Imported Hedgefurd. Ills 1st dam was sired by Sir Wnllsce, he by Tod hunter's blr Wallace, he by fir Albert (thoroughbred) second dam by Vlrgtulus (Jam ol Ylrglulus he by tho celebrated hr Tranby, tborough-brrd- ) Majou's Whip; 3 dam a Whip mire. Will make the season of 1M7 at my (arm, 3' miles from HustotiTlIle, near Careuter'a station, and will be permitted to jerre mares at 1 1 $10 tho NeiiHon or $12.30 to mire Living Coll. Maris committed In. Donlor in Biudors, Roapoi'S, Mowers,v Ac;rionltural Goxiornliy. BiiRuios, nicons, jLxiiu- bor, Sco. Givo liiin a call. Ixu-ploxuouts Thlst powder nover varies. A mirTol of purity, strength toil wholeeouieneas. JMore economical than tlio onllnarr kinds, ami ran not bo sole I.r mocey is always conclu competitor! with the) mullltuJoof low test .short sive weight alum or phosphate powders. Holdouly lu ltoYit, niKiNu l'cwDxa Ce, "V.ilue rcce ved" is usually wriltea in a cans. 106 Wall (Street, New Yort note, and should be, but it is not necessary. If not written, it is presumed by the law, Tin: or may be supplied by the proof. The maker of an "accommodation" hill BULL or cote (one for which he has received no with a lunatic in void. A note obtained by fraud'jr from a person in a state of intoxication, cannot be collected, It is a fraud lo conceal a fraud. Signature made with pencils tire good in unwRiif 'S tuna 59 tot iy rare and Irerdln will prrsonil atttntlon (trass furnlihtd at reasonable rates, to be paid lor before the remora-o- f No responsibility for acrl Ictits or males I'artlng mth mares forfeits the tusuranee, J. STEELE CAKPENTER. THE (OMBINr.il ST VI.LK'N, Absolutely Pure. la. receipt A SECOND JEWEL. I sea-iil.lu-coi- mmjek WMistm PHARMACISTS, -- This fine, t oml.ine.1 Mat. ton will make the 1SS7 at my stable near, fhelby City, iu n itumtjr on the Ctie.l'j I .y A Kuo'i I.tck Turnpike road, at OKALUaa-- Drugs, Books, Stationery antl Fancy Articles. rrMcHptloniatcutatfly Ashi Alf --w?rN vrar v ,-- 1 s, 'O, l r a'M Tiiouoi';iiiiiti:i $15 Dkm the Season, or $20 to Insure. rhTsltlans' ontpoua.led -- r U A S HOLSTEM FRIESIAN Bulgarian Executions, a case where thrt of the head of a silamacder was t$Stoltiinrt'iii.lrvColt. Heis ..al Thli Is jroutii Hull from a celetrat-e- l t.lark, 14 tandsS I in ties hUh. He was slrcl tut ell with a pair of shears. Put into a tamlly ot milkers lucluJIn the uw Kcbo, the Caldwell's luting ltlsck Hawk, he by Veloclpide, greatest of lit r da j; ber owner liarinj refused t.3,-00- 0 be I y Uibtrtion s sampson, be by Imp. Maui glag vessel and deprived of nostrils, eye?, for her. His dam was by Pligall a Ill.tck ll;ik moth ears and without a tongue, he continued to cattle lure taken the sfconddsui was ra'.srd br Miles Maxwell an I was Tbo Holateln-Frelsla- a lead as the Lest for tbt family, nud a cross with au Imortc Jstk. Money due when the colt Is live and to movo around, even when the shorthorn produces a rely hue animal, t loaicd or ru:e I irtid with I.ten retailed on all will bur all the mats i sites begotten bf this ct)lts till season barges are pild. had so done its work that there 1' jtur ige will In f .rntihia at reasna'i''' Dull at goid prkis delnred at weaning time. rates. no normal connection with the lungs, vta the Insurance ir. ji. Jiii.r,Kit, I'artlug with mares lorfrllsT.N.iMHIWK. ISO-- tl t. Kj and no pissaue for receiving food. ArisShelby City, Ky. totle, Nicind r. Dioscorides and Pliny ail sgree that tbo ensmander is proof against the threes t 11 cues. I ie latter authority even outstrips the others in declaring it has Will mske the present seas)a at ray stable one ch. no eex. Ltnt.TJs pieces the salamander mils from staulot.1 oa tho Stanford and lluston-Tlll- e bv MfMentcr Chief. 1st dm bv Vermont jr. 2 Turnpike dam by Imp. .Scythian, 3 dam by Bonner's Uray he ha a hrart among the lizzards, thouuh I dsm by Onstott'a At $10 lo IiiHiire a Coll. lUth', sire Messenger Calcf.Ttlig'rh. ltt. by Ab with two auricles ills 2 In 2 ao dallah Pilot, dam bv Mambrlno Messrnjrr, i dam As lo the ability if the ealamander t He Is I years old, IS bands hUh, a beautiful by Sdam by Imp Napulron, 4 bay, with due mane and tall and a perlect damMambrlnu Cnlef,Mtmeocer Chief sired Maud by leiupest, to withstand fire, the only evidence record taoiei ana a natural siuiiie bnrse. Mwsfnuer2.lt1,; Marvel 2 1 (iuil.21 and many hired by Hubble's Dentusik, known as On Time, ed ol later years was supplied by the natwin tame on Klrstdam, Motile Mount, by dbblr's Islington, others dtlnrl to by Alcxsndsrthe turf. Food, s Abdaliab. dam AMallah Pilot, uralist ButTon by M. Ponthonier, n French second dam by Young America be hj Taylor's Blsndina. by Mambrluo Chief, second dam illo-u- . AND Meiicnser; third dam y Mllltr's Denmark whtcb Ilrid's dj;n, 2 11a declared that he saw a salamander-o- ne il. ) br Parker's Hnwn Pilot. sires him a double cross ot the bm saddle stock Pilot slrtrl Ptcksri 2 li'y. UM Jim S y'-ol- d STABLE in the world, fourth dam by John Illunt, one of of the smaller species walking abaut reco d l.ii, UciUiuger Chief sired Maud JIw the tt'it race horscsof hisdsy, Ulth dam by waiy Miuir ..Ifi','. among tbo live coals of his kitchen fire. am Having rented the stable on Depot street, Alexander's Allallah, by ItysJrk's Will also stand at the ssuie place my fine Jaik, Katie Darling. Alezsler's A l.tal-la- prepared ! train and breai h irtes on raua'.e He removed it while still alive; the balance 2 11. IteMlInd 2 IIS: terms. County Court day trade eollrlte.1 alnd (lol.limlth Maid u. of the household infilling it was the devil, Tboridale i."!',, Major Ldiall J. A. bt. i.lmuie Klanfoi I. Ky II also sired Almout. Btdmont, llelsora, ..SO. BuBon flying for their lives meantime MonChlt-fof Jerome to MNifi-At $tO I.ltlltir Colt. parted Suelby toseiber with the dsms ey due at weaning time or when msre Is Kddy 2.P.S Katie Mldllcton 2 23, Hill Thunder in removing it from the bottle in which it Notice t) protest may be eent either to with, Hols a brown Jick with white polutJ, S 2.2SV,,elc. was sent him, discovered that a portion of n yrarsold In Jun. full I'handshlgb. He was sir Mwsener Chlff. Jr . will mtke tne piwent the place of business or residence of the ed by Alkln's King William and he by King I'hll-l!at my place I1, r.i'les trom Hustunvlll. on the the reptile was mUsing, and concludes first dim Black Satin Jennet, she Is sired by Ursdfordsvtlleplke,l party notified. dam by Morceaitle ard ho by Ktrg Phillip; therefrom that it would have been entirely My fin tallion, Welch, will make the season or An oral agreement muel be proved by ev Jim I'orter- This Jack has prorrd blmsclltobo a 810 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT burnt up had too Frenchman not rescued ISsT at my plae, known as the John I.kiyl tine breeder several of bis colts last season at idence. A written agreement proves itself. weaning nun brought one hundred do lars. ltnlle from Hbelliy City snd Money due when colt Is fiMtle-- l or usre rurtel Tburman (arm, Manford Danillle atd Danvi.le it in time. lietween the i:. .? it. t it it ms, 12 per The law prefers written to oral evidence, be pastured with. Mares Stanford, Ky but I will not willrcsponslkle foratantiieuts month, A Huiioattilo Turnpikes at j. The machinery used in the manufacture becaueeof its precision. fNew York Joura. it tniii.yi.tx. S10.T0 INSURE A LIVING COLT, of hair pins is of a delicate and intricate nal. iiuttonrilie. character, as the prices at which pins a:e Money due when..colt, Is" foaled or msre My Stallluu, The boss liar lives at Lebanon. He tele M wun. laid necesiitate the cheapest and most graphs Krlcssoa TG In 2.30 list,) by Mcmbrlno Chief, Welch Is 16 baids blzh in I was sired that the company boring for gas bt a Isbr by Slrmbrlno l'aymsiter, dsm rapid procest, wb'c'i can only be p;o:un d dam ot (ioliab, William Welch, dam (lav. bv Frank Wrvlford depth of 27) feet, struck what eeeiua to be 2.30, Ills sons sired a and histhe daughters are the aire of Cookuo, record 2.W. ierorhl dam liy Jo by automatic The wire is mtchinei I st. Will uiake the present season at jr. SMITH Moner, a. I dam by a dray KeKle horse. Ho has the dome of the bottomless pit which evi- dsmsoflS In the2-3- brother to Krlc, record ol 2:Z& Krlcuon Is half l'ii.Tf,IA'.V,2milesfruiu Stantird. on the eeteralcolts that are of fine, roJ slsa and style It.t xiaJs expiesily fjr ths purpiss and and sold to liolvrt Bonner at homer et pike at ftio to limurr i Itvlitu He brmls Urge and Is a sure foal letter, and Is dently extends to China. The theory ia at a put up in large coils, which are placed in a A Isdv ran drive him In volt, satue tondlllons as above He is a fine that age lor 810,000. of kind disittlon. strengthened by the fact that a great vein horse, t bands hlh ofOMl stylo and a aa never handled a day lor speed 1st dsm br limloc, by old I'ilot, sire ot 1'llot, Jr., safely. He tlamp, which carries it to the machine splendid breeder. list ) I'llotilre.1 the dims of (12 but shows KOod trotting action. of iced tea has been struck acd is now lljw-i- n nee,In 2.3) Maud S. t.iiSfi, Nutwoo.1 2 Hs)iJay Kye tion and has proven himself a 2.10; and 21 H. ii.ifev.T.i.v while straightening i(; from there it runs Hustonvllle. at the rate of 461 bur els every 24 hrs. in the 2.30 list MembriLo Chief sired Lauy Thorn At the same plsee and on the same leri.ii into another machine, which cuts, bends llrlgnoll 2;l8ji, Woodford Meml-rlnI will slro stand my Jack. WILLIAM l.i LK. at Ice bergs can be plainly heard thumping 2:'J. FIsk's Mambrlno Chief 2.2!4. rlay Henry and by a delicate, instantaneous proce's black, 144 bands high an I $S, Heis 2 1'llot up and down agiinst the dome of the pit, 2 20K. Membrlno Star 'IB1,, hasslreii by Lyle's Imiortod Jaix, and out ol a 27, North Hlar2.2r,i$, sharpens the points. Running at full good Jennet. Krlcuon, Jr., is a solid Mack, 1G hands high, and Ihs lea is evidently extracted from the speed thee machines will turn out 120 oKoitdt; it. ;.v a hK.v.i .v. and weighs I,2u0 lbs. Heis a borse that recomroots of thousands of acres of tei growing mends himself ereu if be bad no llUrte. Hut pins overy minute. To cconom'ze it fine stailloc make the season ol ISs'at hair This m iosses-lnia the soil of C.iica aid boiled I y the in one of the the blood that hf does should make him my fsrm, i miles 'mui b'irforl t. ti Stangrandest stallions In Kentucky, c is neceisiry to keep them working night DR. W. B. PENNY, will bo lee ternal heat cf the eirth. A vein of granuford and Danvl'le ike and day. The difficult part is the enamel DKNTIdT, lated eugtr closely resembling white sand, log, which is done by dipping in a prepara H fill tick $13 TO INSLMIE A MAKE IS FOAL AT $115 T() IXhTICK .1 COI.T. H t tiillord. was struck at a dp'.h of 1S1 feet; so the tea tton and baking in an oven. Here is where HEiCaiPTIoN AND PhDK.ltFE Vermont farting with or morlng mircout ot the U.iuib ctfti.sQ u H black horse, foiled tu !W, six. the most careful attention is required, as cornea fiom the ell, sweet, spirkling and readers money due. tevn hsndi hlirh, two white f('t behind, slmd by dclicio'is. It is considered the most re Will also itaLd the pin must be perfectly smooth and the Wlllisu U'elm, by P.ysdyk's Hambletunian, 1st I tnu.el hare psrfectpilish The slight markable strike of the age, and the meet MY FIXE JACK, McELHOV, dam Katie (irlmes, r (.Ill's Vermont, 2n dam Black Swan, by IWIm's Yorkshlie. by Imp. intense excitement preva.ls. by Wner, by hlr Jrd dm Little est particle of dust ciines imperfections At v? f fl An Mi snirtn rnn.l lir.na n nuu c C Ifn litis Charles, by blr Arcby, Ith dam Emily Spewl, by linn , wis iiioiisuiv vuuuinvua and roughness, which is objectionable. Tee V.tiiar airlis are to Intve a fiY lima - provenat lilmvllto b a superior bretdcr. itv bating Imp leviathan, Mh dam by Patkolet, Oils dam by Maryland rrouuiiM rouie ui iu ihsi mules iu mis uau au- - (ircendrlver Tib dam by by ellky, byPh.iali, sth Boston Budget. um, but it will be ?o built that no prying juiuin Bowel, (rue nuu is uiv a kooj jcpucv jacc. dam by Hannibal, u dsm BookVoI l,p;tu.'KJ San Francisco Girl?. Thirty yeais tnaeculiae eyee will ever et a 'impe of I lie, MJi hndi hih, nrarlr jlacl'. l!n mtaly Kiiilly Spd li Uruce'sStiidAnn hit? hnrse, with) Is a Vermont H.imbletonlan Uflie on Lancaster stnt, Lcxt door lo I.iin a cure brntr, sired bone, lino stylo anil i.omarriajeabls girl were as scarce in their prittr ct nui. . wok Jot'HNAi. office. Orhce Hours from 8 to 1. -E.H. VOWELl.. by William Welch, the and l Prince sire u.HUd to ftin Francuco as white crow?; now the mar-V:U miles from Hustouti.ie, oa tbo Hustotnlile 2.22 Jeremiah 2.2A'.j, Bessie T nil trot ill 2..lJor nwmurr. 5 r. N. Anesthetics administered Mii-lr- " tiusklen's Arnica Sahe A Liberty Turnpike load.L'ncolu ouul.Ky. liettrr William VViich was ilnl by Hytdyk s ia overstocked anil aniioui mothers The biistSalro In the world lor Cuts. Bruises Hmbleto:il.in, private record 2. 1st dam the dam ui Itoden's i'rlute, 1 21, and by Imp. l'rutUc(:n ot tralch with ninkin? hearts at year after year Sores, Salt Khum, Fertr Bores, Tetter, Chapped C'oltonif.d a.ra of tweut) miles trolt.r. Trus-te"- , 1 roll over their daughters' htiatis without Hands, Chilblains, Corns an allBklo ruptlou9, 2din by a souol Manibrlno, by Imp tMctsen-gtV mout U'lna grand son ii tbo and pojltlrely cures Piles, or no pay rej the risht man to the front It it Is guaranteed to giro perfect satisfaction, ulrod. I, No. 3jl', ataadarl I'nder Kula r,,A.T. lt.,Vol'.) ilyt's llamblutonlsu, ttio crandost sire living, Ilts irinaioc ai.d or monay (iili's Vermont cimbln d, backed by thorough- will stand ,..., nil, iuj.q n ,.. I.An I'pa.t.l . tl.... aal that our giria are !eaa beautiful than the refundeil. Price 25 coots por box. For sale by an.l.nn.... bwi Kwir..,.',&iiaiil , uiir Illtu, ill! l.w .lulillll, l.lAltrlin uj .iip.on.ui .m ilf M.)nl.,lnn . .l.ix I.I pyj.i . . rest of their Hex, for in this they txce'. It fonny A McAliiter. liiliu.i.11, i.a.i. .,j Imi. bellfuundcr, 2 dsm by Blsuop'a Hambletoui-an- , aen'ibiiity, for moat .Sin ii not a lack of Wonderful Cures. t dam by Imp. Messenger. oo; dill's Vermont, by Dowulnx's Vermont, slro of E. H. BURNSIDE, Francisco irla are aa generous and as amiW. D. Hoyt A Co , wholesale and retail Drug, Two miles from Lancaster, on the Stanford plko at thedimof Knlgma 2 lu, 1st dam by Columbus gists ol Home, Oa., say: "Wo bare been selling ( Berkley's) ton ot Columbus, sire ol Confidence able aa can be. No, it is their otter ua;lea Woll - Kuowi: Electric Bitters and TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON '...8:2nd dam by Berlrand, sire of the dams ot ThiB Old mm, lore of drass and hatred and ignorance Dr. King's New Dhcorery, two Nellie Uiay 2.21; 3d dam by MaUhles.i,alro of the yean, llare nev- With privilege of return In 1833, or HO insurance. dam of Climax 2.31. dill's Vermont is the sire of Bucklen'i Arnica Salve for Still Maintains Hotel of all that appertains to domestic economy, er handled goods that sell as well, or giro such Bonner Boy 2 23. Black Maria 2.2GJ., Lady Oak High Boputation, Sims Is by (Gen. Knoi, 110, he by t.56. and Logan 2.40; also slro of tne onus ot which ecaren the young man o( the present universal satisfaction. Tbore bare been some Arthur AND mont Hero, Ac. Ills dam was Lady A lIKUt tJVlM Wllkoa 4.u llie Klni2 21l4, Nellie L. lJ wonderful cures effected by these medicine in this day, and the mothers are to Udr a... I L'.n. Iti Proprietor it Determined tb- -' Hourbon Chief, by Mambrlno Chief, by Mambrlno II J 23,i,Outlaw 2.28',, I'carl2 30, OTI.tl.. Davis 2 31 ' city. Several cases of pronounced Consumption I'ATtnsstnr.Ao. Arthur Blms is a bar. Hl hands Ieatrice2 3lij, Udy I'alcben Trihtine. it 8hall be rJooond to no Ooantrv bare been entirely cured by the use of a lev bot- smail blaze, right bind loot white, foaled in 1832. tucky tientleiuan 2 I2j, aud sire oi the second handsomely finished colt and bred to stay, dam of Phil Thompson '.MS1.., Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Wife -"- What do you think of the ne.tr tles of Dr. King's New Discovery, taken In connec- He is a Hehasboen bandied a little and promises well Appointment!, or Atton- Rysdyk's that her that tion with Electric Bitters. We guarantee them He combine the strains of the handsome Itlack Waiter 2.27. Hamoletonlan, by Abdallah.alraolSIr girl J jm ?' Husband--"W- a8 by Chas. mare by lat lion to uomiori of and stout Mambrlno Chlel families, and is a Belllouuder; 2nd dam Oue Eye,Kent Iltahop Imp. (1) Hawk by dam Wife -"- Yes." Hasband-"We- W, always. Sold by Penny A McAIUter. lot me in?-- ' desirable stock borse, and on bis sire's side trace their Oaeiti dam ellvertkll by Imp. Messenger. twice to Imp. Messenger and twice on his dam's Itysdyk's Hambletonian Is the sire of Kettle 2,18, she'ajuBtadaiay." Wife (icily) -An Enterprising, Reliable House. aide. 37 others with records ot 2.30 or better; alsoot lUggage will be conveyed lo ad front the Penny A McAUstsr cau always bo relied upon Mares kept In auy manner desired, at owner's and daraaot Trinket 2. H, and 3J others with rec"Think eoV Husband, enthusiastically the rree or charst. Special aceommodotl oa T. .1. Kl.tilS, not only to carry la stock the best of everything risk. 2.30 or better. to Comnsrclal Traveltrs. The Bar will "Think scV Why, she ha a complexion Lancaster, Ky. ords ol Vermont (Downing') by Hill's lilack Hawk, but to secure the Agency for such articles as have alwars aipplled with tne choicest uTteamoad roee, and eyes like like I streof Ethan Allen 2.25'.. Vermont (Downlng's) braada or Llqiors aid Cliara. n and are popular with the peomerit, (Jen. Knox, 110, Standard I'nder Rule 3, the sire Enigma 2.20, and a whal; and her teeth are splen- ple, thereby sustaining the reputation of being al- ot Arthur Blms, was bred by Daniel Heustts. Ilrldg-por- t, is ire of the dams ol Hruce, the sire of also aire ol don't know Belle Wiltbedam of Mambrlno He was by Vermont was did, too." The next day when Jonn went ways enterprising and ever reliable. Having se- Iero, Vt., and dam foaled In 1835. son of Itarney Hen son 2.28K-lilack Hawk, by Sherman Morgan. Dam, by Hearcher, w err lulljr reromatrJ lit, 1st Hill's in by a girl with cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. King's ry, 2nd uunstien aiaro uy iiurs air tnnries, son oi a fast trotting mare. Hill's Illark Hawk Is the titheVtt t.iKfir Lome to dinner he was let tioD to us f.f i.nit.i rs New Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a Duroc. Bcord2'3l)-- . public trial at 10 years old lire of BelleofSsrutog 1.VJ, Lancet 2.27,-J- , jmmmm'" Ethan an.t l.ltst. mmmWx to s iiaT8. a complexion like piliahed ebony, eyei aa positive guarantee. It will surely cure any and 2:21. Allen 2.25', and Young America 2.2'). and is sire We tuts soil : nil Itr. JwOutrtDt..j DC uv able, Gen, Knox with records In Among the inilln sverr stt 1; SkW Slrl.tai.. large as eaucera and teeth like two rows cf every atlectlonol the Throat, Lungs and Cbest, 2.30 or better, got of following: Lady Maud 2.1SK; of the dams2 of Blanche 2.23, Gen. Tweed 2.20, taiKlntnjtlili.il u. are the Tennessee great 27, and also the louuderul tb - Independence 2.214; Gilbert CJ9 wrd.oibjtb. Knox Black Hawk family, that has in the nale and and to show our confidence, welnvlts youtocall Camers 2.19J1Boston Courier. piano key. Alestl .ti I.I.I, Victor and female Hoe IK) of 2.30 cr better representa2.264lKinperorKnox2.271.; Knox 2 2! Chsslul Cfc (1) ad get a Trial Bottle Free. lludui. N. T Peaceful 2..G; Harry Spank, tives. 2.23; Knox Boy 2.2 Clnclnnatl.HHpi Thomaa A.. Edison, the electrician, has a or" M? Mwnnnnr Knox 2 30 His sons. Col. Llls- Columbus (liarktey'a), bvOld Columbus, sire ol .. CoUl f Kclalre, Kmperor t worth, Coupou, Cromwell, Messenger .Mare. of humor. During his Confidence 2 28. Dam, a keen appreciation of r,k. 41.00. Gen. Knox. Jr , lieu. Llghlloot, Ullbretb, OM Columbus, 2.4 IK. converted pacer, brought he was constantly nnnoyed by recent Illness Kuux, Jules Jurgensou, Knox Boy, Lon Morris. from Canada. tilreotOontidence 2 28, Columbus ' l'hll Hbeildan, tit. hlmo, Wbaltbone Knox, and Navigator. 31, Itosa tond2 30', snd I ouug CoUJCIE T 1TUVVU.AN. baring his nurse take his temperature at When Huy wm sick, wo gave her Castor!, Woodlord Knox have sired the following, wltti lumbus 2 Its)-.- and also sire of the dams ot Hen ' I. ui- - ou ui I .rilOAA. uuttri; I . . n Kit . l'rtnllr.1. Morlll 2 27, slipped the When shs wa-- Child, she cried for t'astorla, N, .'.M', Nameless .' 4d. I'uil-t- 2 m v ii lis :v recurus iz ii iruu frequent intervals. One day he Is , 2 went waiuin 2.30 slrtt 37i (Voting 22i It. 2.27; t. '..u,s; '..JS1, Wallace a ioy, or better prroruiers,Columbushas thesons of 11 have a cup of hot tea. The When sbe beoaaie ills,, she clan; to CastorU, riTAt.FOUD, IV V. Fanny M. I thermometer into 2.2Hi Chanes utid ue tnat ' Lothalr2.2'JU; Maud Muller 2VM; Kitty Morris sired It 1 So or letter pe'lormars ) Old ColumvVTion sliobulCulldren, the ?ve them Castorfx. BUree soon alter attempted to measure hia :2.20! Chub 227: John f. Heald 2.27K Gllbretb bus Islhe blunder ol the Columbus family, which DlCce bouta side Kll tt'll Is liCCI t Maid 2 27H: Hbadaw 2 2; Hamb'n Kcox 2 2tj blond ws to the East what she 1'llot. Jr.. blood ow iho Myers Hotel. UuiDerature. nd was horr'fisd to find that 2 30; Arthur T. 2.SU, wasloKt-ntuc.-- . Mtruv.i Ofcte Oai JdUilU'sl' i w '" Copeland 2 W; lilack THUS, V. ttUIUXSOS, Mr. KJIeon waa apparently burnini: up .Ilea, p'cer, 2 2C',, Ho ety. j a:er, 2 22;;vic. ill. ctanOrd, Kj miu'.tti'i. ' iUi this Iio'.Uj. Uji: J Jia IT'' iz'Xil. Datueril mentions cica-trizit- ion consideration, hayiiig lent his name or credit for the accommoJation of the holder) ia bound to all other parties precisely as if there was a good consideration. No consideration is eutB:ieul id law if it be illegal in its nature. Checks or drafts should be presented during business hours, but, in this country, ex cept in the case of btnks, the time extends through the day and evening. If the drawer of a check or draft has changed his residence, the holder must use all reasonable diligence to Had nim If one holditi a check as payee or other-wir- e tracefer' it to another he has a right to ina's; that the ctieok be presenied that day, or, at tne farthest, the day following. A note indorned in biuk (the name of the indorser only written) is transferable by delivery, the sim if made piyab'e to the bearer. Tan time of payment of a note must not depend uj.cn a contingency. The protnire must be A bill may be written upon any paper or substitute for it, either with ink or pencil. Tie payes should be distinctly named in the u)te, unle-- it is ptyablu to bearer. An indorsee has u right of action against all nhwe names were on the b.ll when he received it. It thH letter containing a pro eit ur nonpayment is put iu the postofHce, any miscarriage does net atleci the party giving ab.-oluta no-lic- MAIKlDIrJ OF ADELINE. n, b This One Hull will stand tbo seaons now corn niemednt mr stable on the Lancaster t' Ik eoi half mllo from Stanford Court llouso at S'ta-i(sowl-the prltllcM ct breeding tbo cow un in tnecow prores in can. jiodoj uue wurn row is first eerTed. Mtrcjuls of Adeline's fire, Herbert, hli sire Imtimes. ported Apollo and Dam Imported boutbern Beauwill alsj stand at the sime stable, the fine ty Marquis of Adllene't dam, Adoline, her aire joungjack Imported Uncle Turn dam Imported Ldr D'itU-r- r. For further partlcuUri as to pedigree, sec airrtorr i.sn rKDK.sica Pwood Jewel Is s blood bsy, with black mane anil tail, 13 bands a luchis high, with Que strle and action. He Is ti I years old this spring, was alrtil by Iwl Cuunlng. ham's Jewel, he by the famous old Washington Denmark. First dam, Minnie, ly Mi Donald's j Tho Largoat Stooi of Watches, Cooks, Halcorn: second dam br Wells' CiuMder: third dam by a son of Dasy Crockett, fourth dam a Til- - i Jewoiry ana mivorwaro usbleold saddle mire, pedigree unknown Mr. mil Jewel, II C rarvln'stlM Minnie, dam of than lought to thiimarkrt rrlese Krsr was a preiuluui xnluwl from a ixlt tip to an Rd the IOwrst. Washes, Clocks amt Jewulry Remare. Second Jewel has been shown SI times and paired on strut notice and Warrant! only tore- worn the slick tie 31 tlmes-dtfta- ted JEWELERS. Wnm?LM8iXi. -- JiiN. M ti:-.!.i. ttiraSl!Kr . nui ' Y'. ee.:.p.f. :. H 'j. '.."v. ,v V " "W I ' o t .IV s. rV iiieft Iwr BLACK HAWK, Wall Paper, 5s MM?i 'if jj Tcrj-fin- 1 1 Furniture, (Jll rr' f. ; SILVEK KING Lllux MESSENGER CHIEF, JR Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. Fullland Oomploto Stock of tho above aud prices as low as tho lowest. B. K. IRTEAREIff, Livery, Training, SALE BUSINESS lliroiijclioiit the State of the Ohio, f r t .. eaic if our ofnell-ltlincst .ii. ui. 'iu tc cv 1'nHteMt hooks iiuhlitshctl this 1 1 K Hamble-tetilan.da- 1 STEVE WALKER. j any I tlcnlre to cftnlillli nRcn-cIc- h vMivi:mt . sa-so- p; - WELCH. season. I sale he ' T tin-- ('eiitcl, the flrt edition hiwni; lecti Hold l.i V ofjooo conies ill less 11 ha. I'd U t "I r j. j. three months Munity Onlv i. tmin'. " than -- ERIGSSOIV, JR., j. rr' experienced ml rellahle.thocrv ilcJ h lc! frercreiices, . t tin aal liicnucm 'f tl.. t ) h I artics at arc tliorouKlil.t t.miy ! JO ABDALLAH, ur full particulars aJdren, HARRY Agent, 711 Elm St., Cincinnati, Ohio. G. RUST, Gen'l com-blne- d .. Vermont Hambletonian. g Mr-tIc- neigh-liorbo- Vurk-shir- e, BEAST ! eeaexsaiMMBHBj I atu-iv- I I wMfrW io - Imf-orla- 1 ARTHUR SIMS; r, urt-n- MYERS HOTEL. STANFORD. KY i'. and Mexican Mustang Liniment OXJX123J3 3ciatlcn, Lumbngo, Rheamatism, Scratchcr, Sprains, I Contracted Barm, Scalds, Stings, Bites, Braises, Bunions, Corns, Straini, Stitchei, ' Maiclei, Ernptioci, Hoof All, Screw Worms, Ewinncy, Saddlo Qalls. StiifJoinU, Backache, Galls. Sores, Spavin Craclu. I u File. STAND-DY blamB,--Ojk-N- ad I THI3 COOD OLD accomplishes for everybody exactly what Isclalmed for It. Onoof tho reasons for the irrcat popularity cf tbo Mustang; Liniment Is found Intts untverajnl nppllcnbllity. Every body needs such n medicine. The Lumberman needs It In case of accident. Tho Ilouaowlfe needs It for general family ui. Tho Cnnnlrr needs It for his tsams and his men Tim .llrcliunlc needs It always oil his work bvneh. and his stook yard. Tlio ?Ilncr necdslt Incaieof emergency. get along vrltbout Ir The l'loneerneedstt-ca- n't The I'nrincr needs It In his house, bis stabl. Thr Strnmbortt man or tbo Hon I in it ti needs Tho llome-funcler taafl It In liberal supply afloat end ashore. needs It- -It Is bli be.t friend and safest reliance. needs it- -It will aave him Tilt- - HlocU-zroc- r th'iuianils of dollars and a world of trouble. Tin' Itnllrotiil limn needs It and will need It s I nig as his llfo Is a round of accidents and dangers. Tint lliicUwoiitlNinnii needs it. There Is noth lag like It as an anttdotn for tbo danger to llfo, limb ami comfort w hlch surround tbo ploucer. Tim ,11 r re bunt neids Itnliotit his storo oniony hli employees. Acrldvnts elll hapHn, and when thoso eo.ue tlm .dint ing Mtilmeiit Is wuutetl at one . Ivet-pHull I j In tlic Ilouif. 'Tlitbo brstot Crsci Will-,1a- OhloB rir.i-iu- ' s a o i t ihi ei'iiv. Keepii u. ll-- es t u Hottlf in tltt! r.irttiry. Itslmmcdlals liutwoiil luxljent ure piiluniid loss of wag'i Keep n llultln AMmvsIti the Mnble for tvbeu wnineil, jr-- .' 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