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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1887. income of thee improyements during those years, in connuence of thia fact, did not difler materially from the present net receipt, and it would be equitable, therefore to aaxign to them a value at which they are now held in the Sinking Fund, which In $500,000. Hut hi 1'rocruatean eyatem of arithmetic can lop otl yalues when it auit hi pur poee n readily an it cm ntretch them out. We have juat seen when he desired to im pute a large aurnlua to tho democratic pir ty in order to charijo them with djuander-in- g it, that he haa stretched out an actual value of $600 000 to a 17 value of 1 09, In one minute nfterwaid, when he ftirthc lo show a amall vame at tho pre cnttimeof the sinking fund, he declares lo mislead and deceive the ignorant. If he does not know them he should learn something more about the true financial condition of the State before assuming to be the teacher of others. He seem to think the sinking fund should not be applied to the payment of the indebtedne, but should be kept at a costly piece of furniture for mere ornament, while the indebtedness of tho State should be paid by levying additional taxes upon I'nbtlHhcil Tucmtttv unit FrUUtv -- AT t.U l'EUANNUM.CAyU. 1m understood If we credit that 11.50 will pected and doraauded. ex- W. P. WALTON MOM GENERAL BUCkNEH'S SPEECH LEXINGTON ch $1,-b.0.- State of Affairs in Kentucky. When uir ill4tiniiUhed competitor an flounced" lu hi opining n;ioech that he had "scileJ the liei.r.lit of prrjdJice nnd the Qehl of fair JTnd opar. .luciisiljn was In view," and appealed lor on 'intelligent and lor "mare of ptibllc imine in palllics," we ll had a right to expect that ho would deal frankly with fact and with thu people whom he proleid to tjach It I ui purpose to hov that in U nrrtinnment of the conduct of the deui ocratic pirty in the State, he doe not reach the Mandard cf excellence which he mi h'uhly cjuitnendi. We have all heard of the celebrated Attic robber, I'rocruatei. Hi bn!nei method, like thoe of my competitor, "'ere very Ktric' no strict, Indeed, that if a u'uet did not accurately fit the bed in which lie wan placJ hi' noit utretcaecl him out or lop pe I him ofl until he exactly fitted tin measure It ia in lhl strict business mrth od thnt ( )! Hradley ileils with hii facta. lie etrelches theai out or Iojm lhui oti unMe til he compel them to til hii purpje deU with the rules of arithmetic with the nun a freedom and contempt that hn ptrty in accmtotued todeil with tb.eU.in4 itutiju, a twisting, eliminating or inorin miy but suit the fancr ol the unnienl. He call upD Iim witiiwHs to eustain hi charged, and wien their Uiuute dtnproret hit he undifi! their Uni(Ua;e to euit the dedjcitona whici he deMtes to dran. I'hat It niay not be C3ntdered that 1 exiK- ertte bin methods, I will romp' re itome of hit eialeineul wi.ii the lien Irom which be pro esei to ijuote. Toe gentleman begins biMtatemeit with an error. The democratic partr did not come in control of the Koveruuienl in 1SC5 Htyonel rule -- one of the chartua of noTern-men- t a administered lr the republican party -- prevailed at that time. It wai not until the latter part of IS'57 that the democratic parly came fully i Owr nd it wm nt until then that it couul be held re rpjnxible for the administration of IheState Korernment. IJjt aMum'ni his alatemeiit to be correct, hi :rithmetic 11 'insularly faulty. In order to enumerate the reaourc to the ea of the .inking fuod he reaarta Procrustean mothoJ of etrntchinft out the Talue cf the river and turnpike improTe ment until they amount in hM estimation 1 What 30.17 '.". lo the caih value of wan their value to the State in the year which be aelecta for determining their val m ' The audilorV report, which he cill UKn a the witne, etatea that they were ot 'uncertain value " H it a jtMt way of reck c r.in;: value of atock (1eicned a a reliance fur an income, and tepclili tar,i sinking fund, h to reckon them i worth n uui which, at leal rate of interest 6 per cent , would produce the income deriyed from them, What wia the income from these itnprotemsnta for tba year in jueitioi? The auditor' report ohowa that the total income from all these iuiproreininM for the year IVo") wa$o" ST1 1:1 while the total coot of the river improvement wan Jt'5,30').5U, Hhowin' tli n they coit the S ate ( r rp lira ' til 50 more than the in:ime tUrived which were, from all tlu improfewn', constij iraily, for .ill the piirpoea 'or,which that -- much wnre they were denknud, j tuA.i n .nuu. Tuey cjuld not, thertfore, h confiilerad n v.iluible iie'. in the riinkiuu fund, but should be reckoned nothinj, inMead ofbeinkiei ionted m worth Mr. lira iley Mo etl 1 ' 0 17 !ft caih matea m nMeH of the rtlnkiiitf fund $300,000 whio i hi government had taken from tro fund and expended and U 0D0 which the State had promited to piy to itelf a interest on money taken from the fiukinv: We mint, tberef re, fund, in all $300,000. deduct from the majjnifuent sum o' $7, fi3S 193 sQ, which he claim wai turned democratic government, not onoer to the ly the $309,000, but alio the unvallable elock of f IS J), 175, leaving a avail able .a xeta in the sinking fund the sum of only $2, 199,018 80. If, therefore, the State debt be (iieathed to the democratic 'arty amount ed aa Mr. Bradlev mate to $5,251310, of turning over to the democratic government n surplu, m he claims, of $ 1,3 there was loft an actual di licit, after exbaualioK the available a.weta of the eink-i- u fund, ol $2,765,327.20, making a difler-enc- e between arithmetical fact and republican Uncy of $7,102,333 20. But without holding Mr. Bradley strictly to a calculation of the data of 1S05, to which he appeals, I will giye him tho bene fit of the average of that and the two years piecetdioi:. which were the raot favorable year hecjttld poibly have selected, for received during all thtite improvement those year, from the.Federal Government, them extensively, an unu-Hiiwhich then amount for toll, Tne average net 1 that eub;antlally tho same property, which helndjuu climttHd at $l.ViO,171.W, i oTeretimte.l by the Auditor wncn valued at only $100 000. My competitor has un doubtedly "scaled the heights of prejudice," and stands perched upjn the highest pina cle, but he evidently Iks not yet entered upon "the field of fair and open dWcu h'ioii." In his statement he is not juat to himelf, he does not xeem frank with the people, and place a low estimate upon their intelligence when he etippoie that they can not delect his lraupirent incon eitencie. Cheers. i it 1 1 d S, ud al The facts of the ca-- o are plain and eim pie, and need but lo be stated to be fully understood. The educational bond repre-een- ts a deposit derived from the sales of public land and made by the I'nited States with the Slate of Kentucky in 1S37 15y the Comtilution of lS'iO, 0 per cent interest upon this sum wa made an annual charge upon the Slate, and deyoted to the support of common schools. As thl principal sum, which is irredeemable, is in no proper sne a debt, but only tiie interest on that sum, it should not be regarded astuch Leaving it out of consideration, therefore, the Auditor' report will show that in 1m05 of the State indebtedne the bonded To meet this amounted to $3,052,102 the Statu had an available sink ing tund, exclusive of her internal im provement syrtem, amounting to $2,U''J, 01S.il. Adding $500 ,00J for the value of these improvements, and the total avail ble asset were $2 tW,01o 35 It follows from this statement that the boasted surplus had vanished, and that an actual dt licit waa beiueathtl to the Democratic State (.lorernment by its predece sars, amounting to $'353 3s3 Oti. Sdch was the actual condition of athirs in 1505, when it ; ciiarged that the democratic par What ia the condity came Into power. tion of Hi- - Siate Treasury tods)? The bonded dibt, including $0 3iM, uposed to have ben loat by the holders of the bonds, amount lo $630 391. To meet thi in liebtediie's the State had a sinking fund when latl reported composed of the fol21 in in cash, $30,-15lowing aueU: in stjck of the Ihnk of Louisville, and, deducting stock which had been parted with, the remaining stocks in (Ireen and Barren and Licking river improvements, estimated by the Auditor to be worth $100,-000- ; or a total value In the sinking fund of This internal improvement $711,317 21. stock, which, under our predecesor, not only yielded nothing to the State, but was an actual expjino to it during the year to which Mr. Bradley appeals, has been made under democratic management to yield, iu lsG, a uel revenue of $31 639 35, or ti per cent, on $577 322 10. Yet Mr. Bradley in aiats that in democratic hand a stock which yield th haudeome Income is uot worth $500,000, while suhttAntliilly the sameutock, in estimating it a a republican asset, i worth $3 57S.542 2'. cah, when it yiolds no income at all, This is according to hia l'rocruileau eystem ol accountiug It i charged that wnen the deoijcrat came into pjwer in lb05 the total ealarits Tne auditor's $7l,52G.5S of officer report shows that the correct amount for that year was $Sl,S05 0S Bjt t'ie democratic ptrty did not come fully into power until the latter part of 1S07, when the Since then the ries were $112 '115.31 largely increasing population and tbu developing iuteres's of the State hate made it ntceMiry to establish nine additional Circuit Courts, a S iperior Coutt, a Board of Iitilrond Commissiouers, a Geological Sur vey and an Agricultural Bureau, and notwithstanding this necessary increase of office demanded by the needs of the people, the total salaries of all otlicers amounted in 1SS5 to only $155,411 SI. Which of the'e ofli:es can lu abolished without doing My competitor injustice to the peopK? mmtiou but one -- the Agricultural Bureauthus following the instincts of the leaders of his party who would neglect and oppress the agricultural interest in order to foster more favored classes. I think the farmers have a right to demand its retention and development, notwithstanding my competitor's readiness to sacrifice their interests Another thing displeases him He complains that the sinking fund is melting away Is he ignorant of the fact that the sinking fund was constituted to pay otl the debt? Does be not know that it is the duty of the Government to use it for that purpose, and that it has been so used to extinguish the debt of $2,052,402 bequeathed to the democratic party by the bayonet government in 1830? If be knows the?e facts his criticisms are mere declamations 0 an the people. In treating the tax levy, the gentleman ignores two important factors wliMi are essential to a fair dlscimion of the (j le'tioi the aseed valuation of properly and the increased contribution to the school fund. In 1S60 the iiesed valuation was $511,-GG7 12, the rate of taxation 20 cents on the hundred dollars, 6 cents of which went to the sinking fund, 5 cents lo the school fund and 10 cents to the gwner.il expenditure tin J; but with that facility in forgetfulness for which the gentleman seem remarkable, he neglects to tell you that this low ruto of taxation wa under a State government democratic in all its branche. It was only after the democratic party had lott control of the government that the rate, of taxation, on a falling valuation began to increase, un til in lbt 3 and lbtiO, on a valuation of the latter year of $393,337,2G3, the rate of luxation had reached 10 cents on the hundred dollars, 15 cents to the sinking fuud, 5 cts to the school fund and 20 cent to the general expenditure fuud. In 1807, the rate of taxation was redtieed from 10 cents to 30 cents and this reduction continued till 1S70 when 15 cents were added to the school fund, when, on an ascsment of $112,292, 555, the rate became 15 cents on the hundred dollars, 5 cents to the sinking fund, 20 cents to the school fund and 20 cents to the general expenditure fund. This levy would more than have su diced for all the needs of the State, but for the severe and long prostration in buaines which then set in and from which the State has scarcely yet recovered. For this the democratic party is in no wise responsible. It is traceable directly to the vicious and clars legislation of tho republican party in the general gov ernment, where a systematic legal robbery was perpetrated on the many to enrich the y favored few. under tho new revenue bill, on an asesed yaluation of $1J,-191,09- 0, the rate of taxation i I7A cents on $100, J cent (on the property of white peopled to ths Agricultural and Meciianical College, 5 cents to the sinking fund, 22 cts. to the school fund and 20 cents to the.'igen-era- l expenditure fund 2 addttiniial cents having been added to the school fund for the purK)ie of equalizing the per capita in the white and colored sohools. So tnat if the democratic party had not seen fit to increase the educational fund 17 cent' the rate of taxation today would have been only 30 cents on the $100, being 10 cents lea than the rale which prevailed when it came into power, and this, notwithstanding the increase of population and the necessato the ry multiplication of ofiice needs of society. The statements of these fact is a futl refutation 'of the erroneous assumption of my competitor and demonstrates the mot rigid economy on the part of the democratic parly. The gentleman complains thai the State was compelled to pay $10.90 for .a State publication, rurplus copies Jof which can now ha bought fur $6; but he doe not tell you that the State government of 1SG5, two years before the democrats came into power, paid f r a Slate publication in two volumes, prepared by a salaried republican of ficer of the State, the sum of $9119 per copy, at a total cot of $22,l'al 64, which, if surplus copie can now bejjfound, would probably not command $1 per volume General Finnell charges in his speech, without any evidence on which to base his assertion, that the State ia paying 10 per cant, for money borrowed. In refutation of this groundless charge, tho auditor's books show that on what is left of old bonds negotiated bysour predecessors the State is paying only 6 per cent ; and on the loan negotiated under Gov. Knoti's administration the bonds bear only 4 per cent, and were sold at a premium so high as to make the rate of interest equivalent to only 3 6 percent., while thsy are now 16 per cent. above par What may we not expect from our opponents when men occupying Gen, Finnell's position can be guilty of such Applause. reckless assertion? My competitor insists that a government which could not make the river improvements remunsratiue to the State is unworthy of confidence. Like the clown in tho play, he perhaps "speaks wiser than he is 'ware of." It was not under the democrat ic administration that they ceased to be remunerative, but under the administration of 1S65, where, as appears from the auditor's report, those improvements cost the State that year the sum of f 05,303 24 more than the tolls. In order In prevent this drain on the treasury and to save taxation of the people, the democratic party leased these worKs, stipulating that they should be kept in repair, and that no higher tolls should be charged the public than were charged before, Bj this act these revenues of the internal improvements were increas ed tro in absolutely nothing to $3 1,639 35 In 1SS6. Would my competitor baye taxed the people to make up this deficiency in revenue and lo have made additional repairs to the dame? It may ba noted that 1 Tc-Ja- the journal o! the Senate and House show that every republican, both in the Senate House, who voted at all on the question, 7otol to lese out the Green and iiarrtn river nayUallon, convinced apparently of the ruiuou condition to which their party had brought these improyements. Hut in process of time a great llood camp, a flood for which the gentleman doubtlss holds the democratic adminihtration responsible, Hnd swept away one of the Kentucky river dams The administration then, instead of oppressing the people with further taxa'ion to rebuild the improvement which had not proved remunerative, conceded to tin; general government tho right to improve the navigation of the river in the interest of commerce, thus not only saving the Stale the constant draiu on her treasury, but procuring the disbursement by the general government for improying her riyera, of large sums of money. From the earneet-ne.'with which my competitor insists that these rivers should be improved by the gen eral government, it niujht have been supposed that the legislature was acting under the influence of his persuasive eloquence But while in one breath urging that the general government should make thc?e improvements, in the next he denounces the democratic party for authorizing the general government to do what hf insists it ought to do. Verily, it is diflicult for the democratic party to please the gentleman, Iu bis judgment "we'll be damned if we do and we'll be damned if we don't." Is there not danger that eome jury will convict him as a common scold.' H TAXES ! TAXES ! NEWl'OMB nOTEL MT. VERNON, KY. This old and n Hotel la Hill maintaining Ita ane reputation. Chargoa reajonabta Special attention to tho trarcllng public . St-6- To the Tax Payers of Linooln IOount7. The Tax Itoolca are now ready and I am ready torecelre tbe Taxes. U'ndpr tho new Kerenim Law llm Sheriff la compelled to aettle with the State live montlia earlier than heretofore, tio plcsv)cimiejrwanl aud pjt early, r. n. r,. c. .. f Vtll'.ittn t.t.Ky.' Mt. Vernon, jfllEi'CIN'JBRY. t am dally opening an elegant line of Sprlnj Bummer Millinery, Including all ICE! ICE! ICE! and I will dcllvr fo regular etistoiuM In Stanlorl and Tlcinltr orerr morning at The Latest Novelties of the Season. Also Kolloni, such m Handkerchiefs. Collars and Cut!), lluchlng, Coracts, Bustlea, etc. You will find rne at tho rooms lately vacated by bull-le- y A Warren, next dnor to thn Myers House. lGMiu One Cent Per Pound. Arcoi nts duo at tbe woeu customer quits. clew of each month or Ii K. II Ml no IV. HA'm lH!OOKtA It. WH.ilBU, Kttl.ii JAS. O. OlVKSS, I I. Flsasurs Resort al Alum Sprines ullt anew anl commodious hnuio at Boyle count), I will open it to th Notary Public. AYRES& G1VENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 311 public on Hating Alum MONDAY, Fifth htreet, JXE ISTET, 1SS7. IiOUISVIJLIiE, - - 3CV. (T'5-ly.) Itooma3and 5, C'romlo Block. This iione o! the mott oellghtful and deterred. It popular summer resorts In America. Fire kinds ol medical waters, ol unexcelled curatlTA powers. For circular glrlng terms, ele., address w-- , PEARSON & CLARK, IKJI.IIOUAItlf. Kt. Alumi-nrlne- .. Wholesale Grocers 12 A: r. i. ma arm. j.vo. or pkrkini LEXINGTON, KY. West IVInln (Street. l-- l 203-6 BnoDHKin, Ky,, May, IBS". Albright A Martlu bo to Inform their many friends and customers ot .be change in firm na- -e to I JIAKTIX A PEKKIXN. Tne new firm hopi, not only to sustain the reputation of tbeold, tut Intends to mako many Improvements In the manufacture oi tobacco whlcli wlllhe to the lutercstol our customers. We will devote special attention to our Natural brands of Kentucky's bsi leaf Thanking you for past favors aud asking tor a continuation of your trade, we remain, Uesptctfully your. ftSnlui JItlltTiX A) I'llltKIXS. m WILLIS HOUSE, JI.U.VST., IIICHMOM). KX taf J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. For a good Tabic And clean and well furnished rooms, tbli Hotel bai no superior. Good mmple roomt attached. BtrlUteaJ.'OOperday. 2ul-l- y HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Vegetation is wunering under the in- fluence of the scorching stmoephere. Last week was most fayorable for har- Ie SOLICITED. vesting and nearly the entire wheat crop of this section was placed neatly in shocks. The zealous riyalry between tbe agents ol three leading machines had much to do JACKSON HOUSE, LONDON, KY. T .B. RILEY, Proprietor. with the large week's work. Have not yet heard which was the successful competitor. I snatched a day or two to attend the closing exercies of commencement week al Dinville. The reunion was in the main very pleasant, but iu some respects deeply saddening. The generation of citizens whom I knew so well has almost entirely passed away. Acting President O. Beatty is the only one of my former preceptors remaining. In the long list of students, who, during the lsst half century, have passed through the classes, death haB made fearful inroads. Among those with whom I was intimately associated 4s' years ago, the few who draggled back to view agaiu the scenes amid which their brightest days were pass-bo- re the nneffciable seal of time; and I, who am yet a boy, was corapslled ;to look with veneration on those who were once my mi'chief-lovincompanions. You had from the Danyille correspondent all that I could tell you. On educational matters I note that Miss Thurmond will take the district school here. Mr. Blakeman, now an A. M , will have charge of Christian College, assisted probably liy Miss Mary .Thompson. Tho State Teachers' Association will be held at Louisville July 7, S and 9ih. Applicants for cert ficatss can be examined at Hustonville Wtdnesday and Thursday of thts week. As every hour of my (time is occupied, I would like to have as many present as can conveniently come. The Teachers Institute will probably be held in Stanford, Prof. Grinalead, of Danville conductor. The colored (teachers decided last year lo hold their Institute for tbe coming year in connection Kith the Garrard county c dored s:hools. They had bet ter an.inge for thi, a all will be required to attend. Tom Jasper is excited over tbe mysterious disappearance of one tf your correspondents, who, in company with anotL er gentleman, started some time since on a fulling excursion in the Yosemite region. The capacity of tbe jug was only two The three got separated and 'Kis' after a fruitless search cabled to McKinney that "Bill" and the jug were probably drowned Anxious friends set out imme diately for tbe purpose of dragging the riv er for the remains. On the way they met Bill, who insisted that there was certainly a mistake ; that he knew he was not dead, and hadn't been lately; but that Has and the i were loth lost. He admitted that a I three had been pretty "full" about tbe time they left home, but that at their last conference the jug was tbe soberest one of the party, it having nothing in It. The case is Btill Involved in mystery. g gal-Ion- Thoroughly Kciiovatetl anl throughout. I'arc mail roiiMonnblo prices. Iay mill nl(lit tiilnsarc met by iiolllc 1'orlerHof till 20T.Gm. liojiiilar Motive. Itrfnr-iiImIic1 I'lrNt-cliiNH Bar- -' I have secured tbe services of a first-cla- ss ber. and propose to turn out work done up only In tbe behest Stylo of the Tonsorlal Art. My shop is c ntrally located, next door to Weartn's I am prepared to fix the "bangs" A Menofed's. of young ladies in a manner truly enticing. A tali from both tne ladles aud gentlemen of and iho public Keuerally s very repectluiiy tl-- t ,solI(lted. WILL IHAG. LOUIS SCIILEGEL, I'JIOTOGItAFJaXsR, IHCiniOSn, KENTUCKY. ;fW d HDS ! Photographs in all styles and sizos. Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Water Colors. New designs la Frames Prices. I The Knabc. the famous Deck. erA Jion, the popular and reliable Cverelt. Tbe A Warren, celebrated Cloun and tho John ChirchA Co 'a anl Mats at very low (201-l- Joan Chu.h A Cj , and will warrant our 1'Iauos tor seveu yearr, and our Organs for tivo years Too Everett Piiao and the Clouh A Warren Orgin am tlie best aud raoit reliable ! instruments mmuficlur I. O.ir iuitruments can be seen at tie lo Stsnfxd. where Richard a will state prices, etc The colored Eaptlst church of Stanford will nay Miss Rosa wno Persons nave purchased lliest Im'rumenU Slb9 reward for the arrest and conviction ol 'tbe person who fired into tbe church and wounded will testily 10 their durability anl elegant finish. Itev. (iejrge V. Billing on the nlitbt of tbe '.'2d We will bi glad to serve tbe public, aud juaran lee :iU-tio- a ot May. Cruit JarKMAN', AiikSiunks. Dan VakArs- - j Elder W. I, William. f Hustonville. also reo- reseuls tho John Cburtu A Co,, and will be pleasDALK, AIJKCARIKB AND ALEX. SMITH. ed to serve bis friends H. It it-- T4.J OOK,AgtntA. o Any one desiring an elejant anl durable musical instrument will do well to examine ojr prices bsforepu'Chalnir. Wear amenta for th Ott.3cJ&.TSr&. -- $XOO REWARD EKPKRKNCKS: I)K.I.S.IiUltI)ETT, OCULIST, BRODHEAD. IKY. Has bad an experience ol over fifteen has successfully treated hundrels of cial attention Is given to the treatment or the eyes. Name and address cured given on application If dosired. cases Speof all dis-easol patients i. Stan or.l. James Beatby, Stanford; J l. Pnillps, Stan'onl A. it. f'eniiv, HtanfoM ; Mrs. Fanule Oeu W J. I.an.lram, Lancaster, r.irra. Lam-aster- ; Charles SandldKH, Junction City; W. M. Payne, Preachersvllle; Mrs E M. Carpenter, Stanford, Mrs. Mffssl-- t Holmes. Crab Orchard- - O. T. Wal- - John D. Carpenter, lluitonrllle; J. M Elmore, t(e. Lancaster 133 lyr years, and CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, capital Ol' LANCASTER, KY. pUIBpppBBBSIBBBBa pjaH gj M eB w . - . siaa.ooooo Nowp:rt Through Nows It Mississippi Valloy Cj. This Bank solicits accounts of Individuals, firms and corporations. Its facilities for making collections, in all parts of the United States, are un. surpassed, and cutomcrs are at ;nll times granted any reasonable accommodations they see proper to ask. Wo beg to oiler our services to tbe clti-reol neighboring counties, without Hanking facilities, and assure them that any business sent us shall at all timet have prompt and Ifaltliful attention. BY DAYLIGHT the CANONS ot NEW RIVER and aerou lha ULEGHANIES and the BLUE RIDGE, pitting WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Retorts ol tha - - av Alleghany Mountains In Virginia. FINEST SUMMER , CLIMATE IN AMEEICA. Observation Care from Kanawha Falls to Charlottes. illlo iBreaklast to Supper) Irom April tst to Decern er ttt. J . ONLY DiniscTonsi! SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS rnoM Lcalsvlllo, Cincinnati, and Lczingt:n, t: J. M. HIOUI.JBOrilAM, LEWIS Y. LI:a'ELL, JOEL J. WALKEil, , J S.JOHNfON, J. W.LO-tANL. F. HUBllLE, T.M. AUNOLU, JOS. SIMPSON, B. U.MULLINS OFFICJEUa: J. M. HIGOINBOrUAM.rr.EST. LEWIS V. LEAVKLL, J. P. SANDIFEH, CASHIEP., B. F. HUDSON, TELLKIt Connects In tarns depot In Washington for BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, . NEW Direct routs lo YORKl LYNCHBURG, DANVILLE, And all points In eUmjam.jHML NEW FAST MAIL VIRCINIA j and NORTH CAROLINA? TICKjTS iN SEASON.' !NoV2 No. a ' ..excurston Imtly. Ex. Sun The following story comes from Upton A yille and ii authentic: Mr. George Moody's LKAVINf) UQTU 7 .10 p jj O.Vlim Lve Louisville wife gave birth to a fine baby boy on the II 11O p in II 50 a tn Arr Lexington ' While Sulph'ir bpilugs... VI 00 n'n a 10 a tu 7(h his sow found pigs; LOUISVILLE A CIXCIW ATI 6th of May; on tbe " Charlottsvllle(V M Juuci) 3 10 p m It 40 a m Dally, secures to travelers the cat had kittens on the Sth; his mare SO p m 8 10 p iu " Klchmond " Newport News KM'l p m fi 85 p m yielded a colt on the 9th and his cow drop' ONI Polnl Comlori II 00 p uj ; no p in 7 4.1 p m ' Norfolk ped a calf on the 10th. This all happened THE MOST RAPID SERVICE y in p m s n p m " Wsihliutou day after another.- - Hart in May and one " Baltimore II 2 pin It 75 p m :t iu 00 a tu " I'nlladelpliU it Ever attempted between the ureal commercial a County News. ii 1 a in fi in a ru " New Yora on tbe Ohio River and Chlcniit, and heuc the lasteit time most comfortable trains be "Deacon," whispered a lay member, "I tween all points andtheMonfi, or to the Went In ForTlrketa, late Information, etu., apply at put a blue chip in the contribution box aud XortlHrt'Nt.Is The counterpart of this train Ticket ullice or HUdrrss on all trunk Hues denominated Tim Ijlmlt-r- d W.4' If. W. PUI.I.KK. yesterday by mistake and I want to substi-lut- e vUr;j'CMM. The superb rolling stock w emUen'l P..'r A' M Vice Presldem, give patrons Unllmlteil Comfort. He, II v. rUMiibnd, Yh. a dollar for it," "Blue chips are worth ployaTAt all Coupon Ticket Otfices in the South more than a dollar my brother," replied you will Und our lime tablet aud tickets, ray Jlo-lioeel Jloium and stick to Jlonuli, if &v,,'," ' u,t hf au7 the deacon, who hasn't forgotten all he used you want to save money and have a pleasant Jour- C7 Rn r&ll Lfr I n.nrelc exMi can- ney. pubiirallons. E.O.MrCORMICK, vasain for our new ami popular lo know, "and beside I sent the sexton vru Oencral Pasiencer Agent. Caicijo, I Ibora! leima and exclusive tn'rttory New York City Ticket Aiteult and Officers: . Tearb'rs, students aud utiers, ilrslMiu juvuHnent around and had it redeem!." - K ADAMi E. A, IIUKNKR. a; 4th Ave.. Louisville Kv. tmployment should ad Ire al mmSun 1 U I. M. ToaauNtK, ITJ Vine st Cincinnati, "O ACo.,11 Palace Hotel BulldlDj.CVri-n- i HI : cit-te- IS UXFKCT JUNKS, '87 Dally ll(tlM ppr 5iJU -T t JtjWVwrfi wiuww ii innwyTWw wiitfii'niJBigfTXWnmgtcyjmwjTJwewitf Jtiw H-- EI Baxter, of Richmond, took morphine because hia Lexington girl went back on him. It was pumped out and Baxter still lives in the misery of unrequited love. A little negro of town was told a few days ago that cutting his tos off would cure his rheumMistn. He went home, took achissl and whaoked it oQ. Somerset StmMEfteckln. Stanford, Ky - - nf erforlounrai The mountain labored and brought forth The alleged Libor Party, which met at LaGrange Friday, nfler two days of terrible effort, gave birth to a ticket tint hardly retches to the dimensions of a small susd tadpole. 15 Jt six counties of tho great State of Kentucky, which has 119, were represented in the convention, and delegates, spectators and hangers on and all numbered less than 150. Yet this diminutive concern fulminated a platform and put up the following ticket of unheard- ot men: For governor, A: II. Cirden, of Crittenden; lieutenant governor, 0. X. Bradburn, of Louisville; attorney general, John P. Newman, of Newport; treasurer, George Smith, of Hancock; auditor, John McMurtry, of Lexington; superintendent of public instruction, R. M. McBeath, ol Manor; register of the land office, Gano Henry, of Christian. The platform arraigns both political parties for their failure to do anything for the laboring man, save to set traps to catch their vote?, denounces contract labor and declarer for the abolition of Lawyer Wood and Thobe the poll-tax- . were in theirglory, but neither got n coveted place upon the ticket. The body, though small, was very unruly, and several times war clouds arose, which threatened to break up the pow-woin a row. a mouse. ed MT. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTT. - Jane 21, 1887 W. P. WALTON. Journal. Tho two youths who came to Louis ville and paraded as dudes, the better to work their scheme of robbery, were given two and a half years each in the penitentiary Friday. A cyclone demolished 72 buildings and killed several persons at Grand Forks, Dakota. Tho same tempest blew a train from the track, killing four and wounding many other passengers. -S- allta Cowherd stabbed aud killed Emma Dohoney at Lebanon Friday even- that night. ing, the weapon used being a barlow knife. "Fishie," with the disguise in which The women, both colored, were of bad he appeared here, managed to smuggle Cowherd is in jail. himself into the republican senatorial conA Southern Pacific train was boarded vention at London last week and voted up 0-A.3STby robbers at Schulenburg, Texas, nnd the on all questions that came up for action. S passengers and the mail and express car reAs Is usually tho case when the temlieved of nearly $10,000. The afitir occur- perance people hold meetings, a few perred at half past 1 in the moroing. son, the worse for liquor, will be arounJ -The Rey. W. T. Gowdy, colored, of claiming to be delegates It was the same Bloomfield, was convicted in the Marion here Saturday, though ther kept very circuit court of the crime of attempting to quiet. pass a forged check and his punishment fixGeorge P.iinler's birn,ner Mare'.burg, ed at confinement in the penitentiary for containing a lot of tobacco, corn, wheat, a four years. wagon and farming implements was burned The Masonic Grand Lodge of Dakota, last Sunday. The fire started from the has paseed a resolution that no subordinate cigars of two boys who were smoking in lodge in its jurisdiction shall permit any the building. person engaged in keeping a saloon to join By request of the teachers and others the order anu mainoiafon Keeping a sa the time of holding the Teachers' Institute loon shall be received into any lodge by af- has beeu changed from July 11th, the date filiation. advertised, to August 22J, The regular inB. C. Crandall, who had him-o- lf examination of teachers applying for cersured in five companies and then pretended tificates will take place Siturday, J uly U:b. to commit suicide at Niagara Falls where as usual. a body was taken out and identified as hi, R. L. Brook, working on the LivingsThe idea of returning the old Rebel flags The mero attempt at rape is punished by -.A.Tbeen arrested in Oregon, Four of the ton section, while handling tiM dropped the States originated with Adjutant Gen- death in North Carolina and should be has to policies have been paid. He will bs taken one on a pck axe, tho handle tiring up eral Drum, a member of the Grand Army everrwhere. A negro convicted of tho ofback toBhflalo for trial. striking him on the chin breaking his jaw. cf the Repnblio and a republican. It waa fense waj hung at Oxford Saturday, but he Abncr McClanahan,caudid.to for the bone. He went to Ljndon where the docendorsed by Endicott and referred to the protesteJ hia innocence with his last nomination for State Senator in the district tors dressed his wounds. Presidett, who, without examination into breath. comprising Pendleton, Bracken ind Grant Friday evening Mr. A. Caestnut, an the matter, and believing it a graceful net Fkom the miserable brays that have counties, was thrown from his horse and o'd citizin of this county, in coming from and another step towards a complete resgone up from the Grand Army one would seriously injured at his home, near Angus Richmond on the K. C. road, went to sleep toration of fraternal relations between the imagine that it was a body of veritable ta. He had just entered the race, taking on hia asat and was robbid of $12 in cash States, issued the order. When he found jacksfse3 instead of magnanimous soldiers the place of Hon. Mr. Bradford, who died and a $50 check. Now some corresponout that he had made a mistake and that who are willing to bury the animosities of last Saturday. dent will be asking why be didn't ring his Congrea only had jurisdiction in the prem the war. A revolution in said to be biewing in bell on the robber and scire hici oil. iees he very promptly countermanded it. Mrs. L, B. Adams is with her father e Ir the mug of Labor Agitator Wood is the Hawaiianof Islands. Tho inhabitants It takes ccurage to acknowledge a tho extravagances and mis- in Garrard, who is low with pneumonia. hive wearied and rectify it, and the man who correctly given in the Louisyille 'limn, he management of King Kalakaua, and it is Mistea Mai Bker and Mollis Coyle are did it acted under a clear sense of duty and is indeed fit for treason, stratagem and believed they will take the reins of Govvisiting Crab Orchard and Dripping Springs. not on account of the braying of the little spoils. Not many penitentiary birds can ernment from him. The King expects a Mn. R, E. Tnompson returned home SunS-iTjackateee, Haletead, Fotaker, Fairchild and bout of a more repulsive countenance. in his pal- day. Miss Georgia Miller returned Friday figLt and has barricaded him-el- f such vermin. ace, which be has stored with munitions from the Blind Asylum Louisville. Democratic Committee Meeting. James We devote a considerable portion of our of war. Martin, at Conway, haj bien appointed The chairmen of the democratic commitspace today to a reproduction of that por- tees in this campaign district, which is com Gov. Fitz Lee says of the Hag busine-s- : constable for precinct No. 7. William Mc- tion of Gen. Buckner's speech at the Lex- posed of the counties of Anderson, Mercer, "The South is a part and parcel of the Uure has another boy One or two cases ington barbecue, that relates to the State Marion, Washington, Taylor, Boyle, Lin- Union and means to do her part of flux in town. Mrs. John Debord has finances, which Col. Bradley claims are in coln, Casey and Garrard, are requested to toward increasing the prosperity and main- ordered htr burial clothes and coffin. Miss such a deplorable condition. It is a plain, meet at Danville, WeJnesday, June 22d, at taining the peace of the republic, whether L M. Myers and Mrs M. V. Reppert were unvarnished statement of facts from the 1 o'clock, to consult and take steps for a the flags rot in Washington or are restored visiting this place during the past week. record and it cannot be charged of the Gen grand barbecue. A full attendance is to their former custodians. If any man Mrs. Gentry' little daughter is no better. eral like it is of the gentleman from GarThe prohibitionists of Laurel and J, E. Lynn, Chairman Lincoln hauls down the American flag shoot him down on the spot." rard that be trueta to hia memory for his County Committee. Rockcastle held their convention here on U2 wit and to his imagination for his figures. Saturday last for the pjrpoie of putting OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. We ask all our readeis to carefully peruse out a candidate for the legislature. The Mr. Jo Haas is in Knoxville, Tenn. morning trains brought in a fair crowd and Gen. Buckner's clear and correct statement. Paducah euflered a $50,000 fire. It 159 Miss Lettie Marks is visiting her sister, when the meeting was called to order about err-originated in a livery stable. is a little unfortunate since it gave his Mrs. Jo Flaig, at Terre Haute, Indiana. Rain has been falling for ten hours on 250 were prewnt; about 50 belonging to the O enemies such a chance for vituperation that '1 he wills of W. W. Henderson and temperanca element. After discussing vaone spot two feet cquare in Georgia. y President Cleveland had not more John D. Park & Sons have bought out James C. Banford, deceased, were ordered rious matters pertaining to their party they examined into the question of reP- the Dr. Bull proprietary medicines for to record in the county court this morning. decided to postpone the nomination of a turning the battle flags to the States. The The great race horse, "Terra Cotta," candidate until after the republican com170,000. hellabello his order raised caueed him to The steamer Champlain burned on belongs to Co!. Walker and Jim Uuest and mittee makei known their candidate and CD investigate the matter, when he found that erf-Lake Michigan and ten persons were burn- don't you forget it. Beg your pardon probably if it bj u mm of prohibition Congress alone had jurisdiction over tho CD young perton at Lancaster. i ed to death. leaning they will unite on him and cit i CD old rags and sticks and he accordingly "Pop" Garnett whs finally tried on their vote for him instead of running a Ifl Two of the Chicago alderman boodle rs hJ countermanded it. It is very eminently a M have been sentenced to the penitentiary for Friday for cutting Jack Denny and held in man of their own. It is thought this accd CD case of much cry and little wool and a bond for further trial. Nearly every- tion was earned by the knowlolgj that R. $50 three years. Cfq CD CD devil of ado about nothing. Two hundred Poles, at work in a Chi body who heard the trial thought be should L. Myers, who is spoken of as a democratCD in cr-ic candidate is an anti prohibitionist. Cornelison and Daddy-i- n law Mun-nell- cago lumber yard, struck because a negro have been acquitted. placards of the Rock The yery neat the latter claiming to be a minister was put in with them. en WILLIAMSBURG, WHITLET COUUTX erf-- CD A disease somewhat similar to yellow Gaelic Springs, for the present season, i of the gospel, have been indicted by the CD CD The attorneys at the Williamsburg grand jury of Montgomery for libel, which fever is said to be epidemic on the north- printed at the Interior Journal office, have excited considerable admiration in bar regret to hear of the continued illness CD confuted in the publication of a circular western coast of Mexico. CD The works of the U, S, Electric Light Danville, where a number of them have of Judge J. W. Alcorn, who has a host of charging that the indictment against Corfriends in Williamsburg. nelison, under which he waa sentenced to Co., Chicago, burned Friday afternoon caus- been posted: CD The! many Danville friends of Hon. J ine case ol the commonwealth vs. three years in jail, was procured by fraud. ing a Iocs of $150,000. CD CD W. Alcorn were glad to learn this morning William Broughton charged with the murHerman Rothcbild, a wealthy citizen It ia to be hoped that the new indiotment P- ct- will result in the conviction of both men of Shelby, aged 75, who had lost his mind, that his physicians had pronounced his der of J. W. Whistenhurt was called up and condition a little more favorable. Hon. the parties announced ready for trial and and that for reveral years at least their committed suicide Saturday. fc- -l A woman in Ohio county, this State, William Berkele, of Garrard, waa in town a jury was selected. Commonwealth's mouth will be shut up in the State peniyesterday. Attorney A. II. Clark, County Attorney H. less than 24 yeara of age, is the mother of 8 tentiary. e--fLee Collins, the colored boy who was C. Hurman, C W. Lester and R. S. Crawchildren, the oldest 11 years. Those who hive business with that polite CD West Virginia school fund collections shot by Clem Phelps at Junction City ford are in the prosecution of the case and official, Mr. S. R. Knott, assistant to for 1887 show $100,000 increase over 1S80. about a week ago, is still doing well and Judge Brown, R. L. Ewell, Smith & Smith, of the Louisville & Nashexpects to be out in a few days. The bul Perkins, M. L. Davis and J. F. Smith are No federal aid is needed there. ville, will be glad to learn that he has reJOE F.WAT EH 8. JOHN 1 DAVIB. Coffee is still at a faucy figure of 100 let entered Collins' head near the corner of the attorneys for the defense. The case turned to his post of duty after a three was given to the jury late Saturday evening, per cent, more than it is worth, but chicory the eye and is still in there. months' absence, caueed by a severe attack The dwelling of Frank Shields on 2d but they have not agreed up to this time. and burned peas are very cheap. of typhoid fever. During his convalescence street caught fire on Friday. The flames F. W. Taylor, of Buffalo, is at the Cen-trGeorgia hanged three of her murderers ho visited Old Point Comfort, New York Holol, He is an extensive lumber Tuesday, Louisville will follow suit in a were extinguished by neighbors before the and other points tn the East in search of -couple of weeks with one of hers, possibly. "Soda Fountain" could be gotten there, dealer throughout the Eastern country. Doalora In- strength. Two hundred pilgrim, were drowned Considerable damage was done to the roof Dr. J. W. Dickerson, formerly of Williamsburg now of Barbouryille,is in town shakOur esteemed contemporary, the Dan. in the Danube by the boat on which they and one room. Prof. J. C. Fales has been appointed ing hands with his many friends. David Title Iribune, objects to the State press re were making the passage being capsized by dean of the faculty of Centre College. The H. Black, county clerk of Knox, is at the ferring to its canuiuaie lor governor as a hurricane: object is to relieve to some extent the labors Central Hotel. Charles Christian, of Knox is slangy and "Hilly Bradley," because it Jake Sharp, the briber of the New disrespectful. You are mistaken, boys, it York aldermen, is at last in jail, the sheriff of President Beatty, who will continue as ville, is stopping a week or two in this is only a mark of affection for the jovial refusing to be responsible for him during president until the board of trustees meet place. Dr. J. W. Grant, of Lancaster, is in Lexington in Beptember and elect a here in the practice of his profession. The old rooster whose fun will end the first his trial, grand jury seems to be dispatching business Our stock ia comprehensive and brand new and prices suit oven the closest Monday in August, The annual meeting of tho Kentucky successor. of close buyers, Come to so us early and oftei. P. Mullaney has made arrangements with certainty and without partiality. Twenty three other States have more State Teachers' Association will be held in of a mile of road of Pineville, wbb in town John B. Fish, Louisville Thursday, Friday and Saturday, to begin the construction barrooms in proportion to its population on the east end of the Lincoln & Boyle last week. He appeared before the court as July 7, 8 and 9. than Kentucky. In 1880 she had one barWThen finished the new pike attorney for J. J. Gibson Ac, on a petition Bara Bernhardt has sailed for Europe. turnpike. room to every 435 inhabitants and the numThe profits of her American tour of 14 will strike the Danville & Stanford five or praying for an injunction against Speed ber of such establishments have since been months are about $500,000, coming from six miles from Stanford. Mr. Mullaney Farun and George Knuckles to restrain greatly reduced by the operation of the lothem from erecting and maintaining a can give employment to a few more experi225 performances, cal option law, In the same year Ohio had Queen Victoria is said to be considera- enced white laborers, if application is made public nuisance. The petition charges that a ealoon to every 225 persons. the defendants have erected a boat on the bly alarmed over the reported conspiracy wifhout delay. It is said that one of the young men Cumberland river and are plying the waters Gov. Hindman will go to Manchester, to blow up buildings in London during the who visited here during commencement in the vicinity of Pineville and that they Clay county, Monday, July 4tb, to give the Jubilee celebration. selling whisky contrary to law and Summerville, South Carolina, experi- was so favorably impressed with the young are people a dose oi good old democratic docwithout right and to the annoyance of (be ladies he met that he made love to between plaintiff. (Think this could probably trine. Other orators of the party should enced the most severe shock of earthquake be felt since October, on Sunday. It was 50 and CO of them. It is a pity the exact called a floating grocery.) The injunction follow suit till every.county in the mounand it is a was granted. number could not be ascertained accompanied by prolonged roaring, tains has been fully supplied. The National Opera Company, which pity also that there are no rumors even of James A. L. Wilson, a Philadelphia Gen. Wolford had his knee dislocated reoently delighted the people of Louisville anything like reciprocation on the part of forger and ueiauiter to the amount by his horse knocking him down at Big rllti fin norfnrm.nr.a tn Krnn.itton TTnll anV of the 50 Or CO. "You're CUtO enOUgh $600,000, has been arrested in Toronto, I Ont. for me." is about elrundeJ at Buffalo, New York. Clifty Springs, where he is staying. Incensed at the president for having tho honesty and the manliness to veto the psu per pension steal, numerous Grand Army Poets, which seem to hare reeoWed them selves into republican machines to advance the methods and interests of that parly availed thenwelves of the ordir recently made by him for the return the battle Hags to the S.atctt from which they were captur ed during the war, to pas denunciary reso lutions of the brave occupant of the White House and Gen. Fairchild, the head of the concern, has sought to obtain a little brief notoriety by this disgraceful profanity: "May Go 1 palsy the hand that wrote the d order. Miy God palsy the brain that it, and may God palsy the tongue that dictated it." There could be no in the president's order as the old ags are boxed up in the lumber room of the war department and the pretext seized upon by these partisan organizttions to rent their spleen is so gauzy as to disgust thoso A trio of sharpers, who passed them- who plainly see through it nil. Fairchild, selves ofl as colporteurs for the American whoee eiptejsiona prove him a dirty brute, has the presidential bee in his bonnet, but Bible Society, won the confidence of a this infamous piece of business is enough wealthy old man at North Vernon, Ind., subsequently $3,090 of his money. to damn him even in the sight of tho hon-e- and They worked the three card monte game men of his own party and drive him on the guileless old fool. into that obscurity he so righteously The Grand Army Posts, or many An idea of how they push things in Chiof them, are fast bringing their organize cago may be gained from the fact that the grain eleya-to- r tiens into disrepute by their partisan utter- foundation of a 400,000-bushances and swiftly arriving at that point laid June 1 was completed in 11 days that no honest democratic soldier can re- and 10,000 bushels of wheat bad been remain with them. ceived and stored in it. con-coiyest cl Tho "drynesu" lu general since the temperance convention is quite noticeable, Some of the rabid onei hero are for Foraker for president on account of his action in the recent ihg order busineiw. -- Mr. William Maret, of Wildie, was married to Miss Annie Hiatt, eldest daughter of James Hiatt, on Thursday last. If the local freight brakeman doesn't own the train he is working on then there is a wrong impreion abroad in the land. Something new and novel in the mowing machine line. The Johnson Mower, the boss machine of the age. James I, White, Ageii. 2t Mrs. Alford Mulling of the Oak Hill neighborhood, while working in the garden Wednesday evening last received n sunstroke which ciused ber death at 8 o'clock KTXIT AT S J-JJEIS- T. R. WALTON'S. N. rep-utrti- on. ZRtXIT A.T- 1. 1, mm M.11 OSIMIPCS SCYTHES &SNAT HS T. R. WALTON'S, mif-tak- BACON WANTED -- T. R. m 5 WALTON. m M P It tbor-onghl- o P 0 4 cr O o o o n, ii - in C tr B 3 W do o o d O o So - vd 5 B o P Vice-Preside- WATERS & DAVIS MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, iieeiis- ware, Glassware, !tc. STANFORD, KY, WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, ATw WALL PAPER, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S l iiuminu-- m wiijwwiwih Fitt'iT wrdmauntnvtmimwn'aHmmMJMTxiKiniTntTtxnmMMatnmuatnai Jaw, Jelljr QImspa and fin Cn t A A. WnrrenV. fitanford, Ky., B. O. WALTON", Out; nlock of embroideries Incea, all oyer Juno 21, 1387 lactf, etc, In complete. Oaaley & praii,'. - UuHlnoBa Mnnntjor. Mkhhiiom inKiviug entire in the tiphols'.erjr business and bo (should be liberally pitronlzid. (Jire him Bti-ficti- Tislev I. Mall A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. -- 12 1 trial. r. m. The long looked-fo- r MM and Chil31 r. m. I 4J iH dren' Slippers LftTe arrWed. Thoe watt-inM . for the in can now ruth Id. Jlruce & i'J n tirren ttln" thnxT li m " titlo goln " North- .. Bouth . Houlh Norn...- -. ealculatod on standard m..... 1 tlrat. Bolar It ilout 30 minutes lastar McKoberta. " K.C. LOCAL TIME CARD. Trains Icate Itowland at 5 and 7.30 A. lUMurnlnK.airlTeatfiand 8:55 r. m. LOCAL NOTICES. m. OiviNd to the delay in getting out the Bpc'fications the letting of the Presbyterian church building is postponed till next Saturday. See ad. Satckday nnd Sunday Penujr A Yesterday a little from Hjflncatlng. breti? kept humanity McAliattr'a. It is alsn very dry. Halting tsckle of all kinde A KUM. line of at Penny A MoAliiter'n. JlAi.r.'ti Well is the boss place for pleasThe bel reaily mixed paiutu are to be ure and rolid comfort. It costs but a small had at Penny A McAllnter'n. amount to spend several weeks there and it Abk jour grocer for the Cincinnati Hi- will prove both beneficial and pleasant. king Co.'a cracker and cake. W ATCiira and Jewelry ropaired on ebor The doctor have returned home much notice and warranted by Penny A McAIln dirguit-- d with the Pnducah ntyie of enterr. taining. It would make a dog laugh to KtANDAHD ready mixed paint; iualiiT and durability guaranteed at McU)berla A hear thorn tell of the programme and the "banquet. Urk'b. A coMri.KTK stock of jewelry, Utwt lot'Tiii'i'i. Emu'eks. List week John style. Ilockford watches a specialty. Penny A McAllKter. W., son of W. E Anion, ran off with Miss Msry, daughter of Divid Ptpples, nnd PERSONAL. reaching Jeflersonville in safety, were made the guw' htiHband and wife The groom is leas than Mnu. y. C. Tkukheaiit w 20 and the bride lurcly 1 1. of hsr brother, H. 8. Myerc Miss Kate Coojc, of Huttonyille, ie Thk Stanford, Dix ltiver, Uarrard Counthe Riieitof her eluter, Mm. 0. H. Cooper. ty A White Oak Turnpike (shoot the name) Jameh Sr.vntANCE, of the Tribble received four bids for the construction of Houfe, Junction City, pent Sunday with the bridge ncrj-- the river Saturday, but hie parent. held them for examination till next SaturM casus I). It CAiwrNTMi and C. C. to attend the big drill day, when the contract will be awarded. Carson leave The bidtt average about $ ; XK) and are very in Louisville. Miu. John V. Hiiowm, of Mt. Vernon, c'cm. ha been the RUfnt of Mues Millie and Dn. IIcckeV, the proprietor of the man Kila Willtatnu. hear sLosr, who ran oil with Mim Lula Pnor Abnkr Ko.itiu and wife hare Bbearer, writes a guhing letter to his par-e- at ....... tn If .t.ltti, r, tn nml .ftrnntl weeka in law at Richmond, which is given in with hi piri'iilK. full in tho lUgitlcr. It indicates plainly Mimkh Hci.I.k Hoot and Mien ltoe that hash is getting scarce with him and chardu went up to hear Brother Il'.rnee that an invitation to return to the parental It preich at KirVptille Sunday. mansion and rsceive the old folks' forgive-nt- es Mil. W. T. lJACdHMAN wa not much i In order. He improved by hi visit to Hot Spring The trial of Richard Allen for the killhas bten ijulte ill ever nince. Somernet, ing of C'.iarle Tucker at the Caej' Creek Jilx.E J. H. KlKDHlUl, of J. V. Aloorn, voting place at the last August election, is wan up to fee hi son protesting at Liberty, Allen's two brothwho was somewhat better yesterday. Mia. Thomah Metcai.K and eon,Chaf. ers, jointly indicted with him, were acquit Morrison, ol Hunfcrd, are visiting Mr. and ted on peremptory instructions by the Mrs. John Metcalf -J- essamine Journal. court. Owing to the illness of a juror the Mr. Mii.es Hah. and daughter, Mre. trial was laid over from Saturday till yes Price, and Mim Jessie Hle, all of Kama terday. Mr. It. C. Warren is one of the City, are the the gueit of Mr. John M. prosecuting attorneys. s in-la- Landiikth's Garden Seed at the mercury reaching were boiling hot, 97a in the shade. Married, Wednesday afternoon at o'clock, hI the residence of her filter, Mrs. W. h. Robinson, Misj B'siie W. Thomaa and Mr W 15 Mcltibcrt. The bride is s member of one of the lust families in the State, being n daughter of It A. Thomas and a grand daughter of E P. Thoma, of NewCwtle, Ky., and Ambrose O'Bannon, of this county. She is nlso noted for her btnuty and vivacity. The groom is a druggist of Stanford, of very high standing. The attendants were Miss Ambrosia Thoma, a sister of the bride, and Mr. P. M. Mcltob erts, brother of the groom. Uihers, Mr, Itobirt Thoma and Mr. W. M. Bright. The ceremony was performed in a mot impressive manner by Itev. A. S. Moflett, of Btsnford. The wedding march was played by Miss Ella Fitch. The couple left immediately for the E tst. Courier Journal of Bunday. C In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservoi to be. Ask your Tony Harlan died Sundy neighbor in reference to its superiority. No steel plow in the market consumption, equal to the IMPERIAL Robert P. Carrier died last week of Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the pneumonia, aged 29 years. The republican Senatorial Convention, James King, one of the oldest cit which ground out a candidate for the 17th PUMPS' line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All Mr. izens of this section, died Thursday night district last Wednesday night, did not only we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. last at the residence of his grand niece, "rob Peter to pay DEATHS. John Evans, one of the negroes shot in the difficulty bdween himself and Jim Mullins, on the one side, nnd John and Tom S'ringer on tho other, in April last, died Tuesday, and Tom Stringer, provious-l-'iclll- n n $1,000 bond for maliciously Bhco'ing ami wounding, was again taken in charge and tried Saturday before Judge Boreing and an additional bond of $1,500 required. This he has been unable to give and is now in jail. Misses L'zz'e and Katie Brown, teachers in the school of Little Rock, Ark , aie spending the vacation with friends and relatives here. Mia Lou Jackson, who ha been spending eeveral weeks in the "Q'leen City of tho Mountains," Barbnurville, has returned accompanied by pretty Misj Ella Ttnsley, of that city. II. C. Thompson nnd his new bride gained at West Liberty a few days since, were in town Saturday. Henry's brother William wa nlso married at the same time and place and both gennight of tlemen were young widowers. Mr. I. T, West, of Frankfort, wao in this city S.m-da- y. WALSH, THE TAILOR; a;ta - rocuiii avkxce, JTO--i JC P. S.-F- INE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. DR.S. G.HOCKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, (SUCCESSOIIS TO W. II. 1I1GGINN.) We will continno to handle the justly celebrated and most rjopular COOK 8TOVE3 and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. Mrs. I. M Bruce, where ho had long made hi home, of a general giving away of the system. He wa the youngest of a large family and a brother to Diyid King, who, it is claimed, killed Tecumseh. Mr. King wa over SO years old and spent all of hit long life in this section, where he the repect of everyone. A few years ago he joined the Prenbyterian church and hn since lived in the faith. Rev. A. S. Moffett preached the funeral sermon at the d residence Friday afternoon, after which the remains were interred in BjIThIo Springs Cemetery RELIGIOUS. The famous old Gutenbsrg in London for over $10,000. bible sold w- XEitr.o Shot, It has been a long time since we chronicled any disturbance at Crab Orchard, but we are forced to do bo now. About n year ago George Stephenson and a negro named Joe Whitley had a row, LOCAL MATTERS. Afterwards the negro awaultel Stevenson " IlAnVEST Oil at Metcalf A Foater. and cut him quite badly. Saturday after' si and Stevenson got to drinkBio lot of binder twine on hand. I. M. noon Tom Fish ing and went to where Whitley waa and Bruce. , renewed the old quarrel. Pistols were fBon.stothe wife of II C Johdson a inally drawn and the negro fell with a morgirl, on Saturday night. tal wound in the bowels from Fish 'a pistol. J. B. Weslet has been appointed Lin-ne- ery Stephenson was arrested, but Fish is still free and no attempt ha been made to seat Bright, Casey countv; P. A. cure him, though he has not evaded arrest. Bohon, Mercer county. at Somebody has evidently neglected his The Kentucky Medical Society chos duty. Crab Orchard a their next place of meetThe Rosseau Post No, G2, 3rand Army ing nnd the 1st Wednesday in July a the of the Republic was organized with 2) time. members on Saturday last with the follow I now have on hand tho largest and best offered in officers: Post Commander, Smith Irwin; line of furniture that waa ever prices. Call Senior Vice Commander, John J, McRob-ertthis town nnd at Junior Vice Commander, M, F. Hulett nnd be convinced that I mean business. B. Adjutant, A. C. Sine; Q lartermaiter, G. II. K. Wearcn. . McKinney; 8urgeon, J. F. Peyton; ChapThe first excursion to Old Point and the lain, W.F. McKlnney; Officer of tho Day, the most ocean over the Chesapeake A Ohio, Officer of the Guard, Peter tho heat conducted W. G. Goucher; picturesque aB well Hamton; Sergeant Major, B. O, Alford; railway ia the country, will run juiy n, Quartermaster Sergeant, G, L, Mershon, leaving Lexington at 11.15 A. M. Fare Kentucky Central The mustering offioer present and who went from all points an the throuch with the exercises was John Sil f 13 for the round trip. vers, of Somerset. Meetings will be held You can go on n four daje trip In search the 1st and 31 Saturdays in each month at of a suitable place In which to celebrate the OJd Fellows Hall. A vote of thanks was "Glorious Fourth" this yenr, as the general given the Interior. Journal for sundry passenger agent of the Chesapeake A Ohio publications in regard to tho organization. route has issued Instructions to nil agents Ten shares MeroerNational Bank stock to sell excursion tickets to all C. A 0. Busold last week at $115. ttons July 21,31 and 4th, good to return The county tax of Mercer is 42 cents, -until July C'.h, at one fare for the round while Lincoln's Is bat 20. poit-masts; rock-bottom Miu. CAiirr.NTr.it, who Is in yery bd heillh, was taken to Crab Orchard yeMer-day- . Her daughter, Mis Helle, accompanied her. Mit James T. Cauwn has gone to Cincinnati to remln with his house ten days and prepare for the fall campaign on the road. Dn IUiley proved himself the best recretary in the world and the doctors owe IVulucah him a deep debt of gratitude. Standard, Mk. J. A. Chait, of London, stopped over to see hit law partner, Mr. J. V. Alcorn, on his way to MsyaTllle to look after his star route. Mn It. L. Davis, formerly of Crab Orchard, who ha made the Uarbourville Se ' a very sprightly nnd entertaining paper, ha retired frcnt it, brcmsoof a lack ol "finances." JcrxtK and Mas. M. J. DrrtiUM entertained at high tea at their handsome Washington residence Friday evening from 0 to 0 a few Kentucky friends and the official stall of the Judge's oflice, in honor Of the 6rJt anniversary of their marriage. WiUTiNfi o( tho barbecue Falcon says: Tom Varnon, of Stanford, was also on hand full of a speech which remains unspoken, hut will, if it ever become audible, eclip'e hi celebrated addrees on the function of the spleen. I chased him all around, but never got to see him at all on account ol the tremendous crowd. Hail. DnowNED. James severance, clerk at the Tr.bble Housj, Junction City, kindly seed us the following: Willie Holbrook, a eon of Mr. George Holbrook, of Danville, was drowned in the pond at the water tank, oue mile below here, at 11 o'clock this mornin;. He and another boy, a son of Pro'. Eldy of Oinville, went in swimming and young Holbrook attempted to swim acrov) the pond but gaye out when in ten or Nj one wa near 15 feet of the bank except the EJdy boy. Holbrook was about IS years old. They have just found the body at 12.30. The Stanford Bicycle Club announces on the 21 of July at the race. course n mile from town, it will give the following races, in which $200 in half mile prizts will bo given away: best for chimtuonsbin ol Madison, Gar rard, Boyle, Marion and Lincoln counties; free for all; 21, fancy riding; bet hoy rider mile under 13 years of age; ol, heat for the chompionship of Lincoln couno e heat, free for all; 5th, ty; 4th, free for all; Oth, foot race, 100 dssh, dash, free for all. A yard; 7lh, LAND. STOCK AND CROP good Innd of music will be in attendance An Illinois raiser sold 108 Southdown and there will he dancing through the day. Refreshments on the ground. Admission sheep nt Chicago that averaged 117 pounds at 4J. 50 cents; children 25 cents. tht of J. E. Farri, lt, one-fourt- one-mil- one-mil- The women of the Presbyterian church are ami to have raised in thiscountry within the last 10 years $2,150,000 for mission?. Stanley Pcntz, the little who was first Methodist then Episcopal preacher, has thrown nside the Burplice nnd gone to practicing law in Washington. The widow of Alexander Campbell, the founder of the Riform Ciurch, attend ed the burial of Sculptor Hart at Frankfort and sat through the long and tiresome pregramme apparently without fatigue. Gen. It, M. Gano, of Texis, who is staying at Dripping Spring", will preach there next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Colonel Slaughter invites the public to come and dine with him or bring their dinners and enjoy another gospel picnic. The Baptists of the United States, Northern and Southern, gave last year for home and foreign missions. For education and other purposes the contributions amounted to $1,01 1,4 12 and for church support $1921 553, making a grand total of $S 510,701 by over 2 700,000 members N. Y Independent Rev. Steve P. Holcomb, the Loui'ville missionary who is doing such a great work in that city, writes a follows to Brother S.S.Myers: "Na providential hindersnee, I will he wilh you August 7tb; Prof. Brit-totho singer from Covington, will ccme with me." This means both n religious and a musical feast for the people of Stanford. The two weeke meeting held by Rev, P. G. Eieom at the Baptist church closed Sunday night with a grand total of 50 in all. Since last report there havo been four prufeetions and three Laptisan. About 25 were received into the church before regular service Sunday. The meetings were largely attended nnd have been productive of much good and would be continued, but for the extremely hot weather. Preaching next Wednesday night at S o'clock. The tirat wheat fiom this year's crop was sold on the Baltimore Exchange at one Paul," but took all the and John Henry for the same noble nnd glorious purpose, John James Paul, of Pulaski county, m heretofore reported, receiving the nomination against all competitors. This same patriarch with the triple apostolic cognomen, notwithstanding his patriotic resolye that to embrace the cause of prohibition would "redound to the credit of the republican party," is running upon a whisky platform straight and jumped at the chance to do it At least "a couple or three" other hitherto zmIous prohibition di'ciple would have cheerfully done the same. The committee on resolutions in its majority report offered n renolution to the effect that it would "be to the interest of the republican party to embrace the cause of prohibition;" a minority report rend by Judgo J. J. Paul, of the committee, proposed to eubstitute "redound to the credit," for "be to the interest," and ex Representative Rose, of Whitley, moved a eubstitule for both the majority and minority reports directing the nominee of the convention to iitroduco in lha Senate a bill submitting the question to a vote of tho people. After a protended nnd fierce struggle, in which nomo fiery, untamed prohibitionist deserted the cause and rallied round the whisky standard, the resolution, with all it amendments wkb lost and the republican party and its candidate stands arrayed against the prohibition movement The question was sprung at all for the evident purpose of anticiixiting the action of a pro hibition convention expected to meeit here on the 27th instant, to nominate a candi date for the Senate; but the liquor-loyinelement prevailed and tho movement fell short of its intended results. Col. David T. Cheenut, of Voodbine, Whitley county, will in nil probability be the prohibition candidate, and the one solitary righteous Methodic brother, who indignantly withdrew from a convention, and the other republican probibitionisla of the district will have an opportunity of rebuking the grand old party and manifest-iothe faith that is in them by voting for We an out and nut prohibition candidate. venture the prediction even now that when the final tot cornea these preachers and teachers of temperance will be like unto a gentleman a a temperance worker, one who, as a servant of the living God, has from God's own temples declared his unfaltering purpose "to fight the demon, whisky, in all its forms, and with all manner of weapon'," but who now avers hrs vote "is too precious to waste on the prohibition ticket," This man is a republican and thinks O'Bradley and the ticket may have a fighting chance for election and so bo preaches Godlines and practices deviltry. We hope there are no democrats (and there are none worthy of the name) who will be led astray by this ignii fatuxtt held out by designing and hypocritical shysters. starch out of William, Rubenstein W. II. McKINWEY, NiilcMmun. H. G. RUPX.SS1T, MEItCIIAXT TAILOR, -- I havo received and atill receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best in tho market, which will be Gotten Up in U7I0 and Mako Second to Nono In City or Country filre Me n Trial. - ISTE3 - FURNITURE STORE 3XACK SlIIITJFMAZS, Prop victor. W - ! g Will nlwnyn laity on lmiitl n large and nelect Hue of Furnl-tnr- e and Oiulertnker'n CJnniN. My price will lie an low AHgncaU roo1n can be bought in (lie citlen. Give me a trial and yon will be convinced that I Hell lower than the loweHt. whisky-republica- n WEAREN & MENEFEE j g well-kno- - inrEHirfx S- - rnmnrnW X T ,g lln JKIV ADTKBTIKEWEItTS. dollar per bushel. W. H. Miller sold to W. F. McClary an acre lot in his extension, j of a mile from for $300. the court-housFor Sale. An extra good Jersey cow heifet due in full milk her two year-olto calve this fall and her yearling heifer. I offer these animals because I don't need them and thoy will be sold at a bargain. W. II. Miller, Stanford, Ky. John Caaeell bought in Nelson county mules, pay 24 yearling and 1 1 2 year-ol- d ing for the former $70 and for the latter $S3.50 per head. Alexander A Robards s hogs of bought two Harrodsburg from Jake Board at $4.00. Democrat. Danville Court. Not a third of tie number of people that usually attend court were there yesterday and very little busiAbout 200 cattle ness waa transacted. were on the market, but only one lot of about 20 were sold. They brought $33 35; No horse or mules were offered. car-load200-pou- nd Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phastons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Oarhq. Farmine: Implements. Eneines. Mills. Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete than? ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. All or ivork suaranteed as represented, rrlces to Sash-Blind- s, FOR SXTaIZ ! A cool jet ofTicner's Tools and a lot of Tinner's Surpllei. Will sell Cheap. 8IMP80X, JUIS. V. JB. MlddleburK.Ky. 23S-- suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before it is broken. J. II. GREEN, ARt.. WEAREN & MENEFEE. HuHtonvllle, Ky. Stanford Female College. ALEX. S. PAXTOX, PHES. Keit i'cwlon will begin on Crescent Route. Queen andOrleans and Toxas Paciflo Railway.) (Cincinnati New Thursday, the 1st of September Shortest and Quickest Line to Now Orleans, Instruction thorough, anil discipline kind, but firm. Graduate oulour dlflerent couraes arranged to suit the ttates and capacities of girls. Offa rs attractions iu tho Department of Art and 2S!t.-Muilc. fond for catalogue. tf South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. Florida, CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. BEAD DOWN. THAINBBOUTH. No. 5. I Ho, 7, flora Dally Tuiir. 'Ex. Hun, Dally. Dally .., 7 65 a ml 4 03p m 9 00pm 10 50 a ml 7 05pm 1133 pm1 1154 pm 1125am 7 35 p Mo.l. ! 111 X am now prepared to tako orders for all kinds ol !. READ CP, THAlNHNOKTil. STATIONS. No. .J. Dally. I JLNTS ! Daily. Ex. Sun. Dally. 6 40 No. 4, No. 6. No. 3 Daily. nlanU and will have thein ready at anr time nee (wary. My plants aro from the beat seed and are warranted to be the betU 210-t4 Ve O. J.XE1VLAXD. LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. Stanford. trip- Jeais Rapier, five miles east of town, died Friday nnd was buried Saturday with G. A. R. honors. Mr. John Lincks and Miss Belle Young were married on Rockcastle river Sanday morning. School at Laurel Seminary closed Friday, Prof. Clagett deserves much credit for efficient work in his capacity as teacher In this institution, We are glad to hear our townsman, John Wesley Mullins, so highly spoken of by your Ml. Vernon correspondent. "Yes, we are; yea, by the devil we nrel" XOTICJE. BUILDERS AND CONTRATOHS Bids will be received until the the construction of a :5th of June for 1147am 8 02pm 12 21 a in 1221 am 8 43 p m 111' 12 33am 8 59pm 1 05 12 15 am 910pm 115 a ml 153pm '2'4'2'0'mi 245 pm 665 am fi 25 p in 8 45 am 9 30pm 850pm 3 35am 8 0Op m 8 00a m 11 00 a m 10 00 am .Cincinnati ..A'rr 6 42 p m 10 25 a m 9 47pm 717am 4 10am (ieorglown 3 20 pm, 7O0am 3 48 a m ...l.eilDjton 2 51 p mj S 27 a in t3 23a m NlcholasTllle ilarrodaturg Junction.. 218pm i 47 am 'j'sTlfiu 20Spm t5 32am Danville 1 35 11 m 5 20 a ui 2 28 a m City ...... n 4J p m Kings Mountain 1 10 ami ,.., 11 55 a in' Somerset .... 9 40 p m 8 10 a m .Oakdale 0 30 p m .............. . 5 00 a m Chattanooga . 10 40 a m ..... 10 35 p m Birmingham G eiupm pm .....- - 6 15 New Brick Presbyterian Church, r'i 1115 In the town of Stanford, The Brick Work, .........-..- .! ..T. P Junction... ......I Work, Plaaterlng, Tainting, Ac, will be awarded aeperatelr, each workman furnlahlng leayeaOakdale dally except Sunday, at CIS a. m., Anlilag at Chattanojja at 9.80. No. 10 No. 9 inau rial for his portion ot the work except the leaTea Chattanooga at 4.30 r. ., arriving at Oaxdale at 7.4) r, M. lot of brick Mason, wh will be required to use Mann Boudoir Bullet BlMping Can on all through train. brick out of the old building. The work will ba awarded the lowest and brat bidder, reserving the n. COLLBIUN, Gen'l Frt. A r.a. Agt., JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Manager, privilege to reject anr and all bids. Call on the It. X, KYAN, Asat. Oea'l Frt, A l'asi. Ajsit. It. CAIUIOLL, Oen'l SupU, undersigned for specifications. yW. W. W.LUj, Hupenntenucni.Bomeiiei, HACK MIVFFStAS, Cincinnati, Ohio. f Chairman Building Coiamlttee: Gtncjal Offices, et. Paul Bulldlogi Woit Fourth 31-t- ...... 8 6 55pm 7 10 p m warn ami...... pm .Meridian ..New Orleans. -- .it.utaw,.fM mm 7 00 p m 4 SO pm 9 00 a m M - 20 a m ...,..- . 3 45 a m 8 35 p m 8 00am 6 55pm 8 00am 7 50 a m . -.. ......Vlcksburg ..,. , ,...8hrTeport .....i ......... ....... etri - -- I "fcto ' Scnri-ffiKeeUiilnim- or Joarnnl OARRARO COUNTY OEPARTMHT. The Mustache Must Stay. Somo THE fancyjsaddle STALLION, Slang in Texas, Yesterday afternoon a well known gen tleman In this city was dicusslnfj with a Mrusrepresentire the prevalence of slang in the country. "Just to show you how lmot universal it U becoming we will test it right here. It 'U raininj, and we will stand in thl door and to every person of your acquaintance who paae by you will put this question: "Isn't this rain glorioui?' nnd note their ainwer-. The pair stood in the door, the gentleman, watch in hanl, the Aitm reprcenta-ttv- e with note book and pencil ready. Thirty-fivgentlemen p anted by to whom ol them the querry was put Thirty-onreplied, "You but." One said: "I should smile; two siid, ".She is petting there with bath feet," and the other remarked, "Go 'long, Lz Jane " There were other who hter went scud ding br. 0.ie re'pomied, "1 should snicker to remark " Another one smiled broadly, 'Young duckf ain't a circumstance." A third cariler; "Ret yoat sweet life," and the fourth Iisptdbewitohingly. "If anybody The 'em you don't know." Rsksyou gentlemtu stindiog with the reporter siid, "Well, that do settle it," "And her front name it wai Hannah," sighed the reporter Dillas New e e t- -ll Anything like it and hope they never will again." Lst's have the thing moved, felhw citizens. Bar Stallion foalded la i. H hanls high, Is I learn from a gentleman living at ny Mrrtenger I hiei 1st Jui by Vermont Jr , ; dam by Imp Scythian, 3 dsm br Ilonner's dray Harrodsburg that the Lovisville Southern Lagle, daui by Onstott s Telegraph His sire V ilef, 'J la t Met, by Ah wants to exceud its line to Lancaster from dallah Tllot, dam br Mambrlno Messenger, t dam Uarrodsburg Junction. All they want is a by Msiul.rino tnicf, I dam br Imp Naoleti, 4 dam by Tem)t. McMsenger Chief slrnl Msul Messenger 2,lt' 4 MarreliiS Poor Girl! -- Midway lias a lady who little fncoursgement from Garrard county ius'.25 and many others dptlnrl lo win lame on the turf meets every paenger train that passes people. Will they get ii? I understand AUIallah l'ilnt, !.y Alexandtr a AUltHab. dam Illandlna, by Miml'rli j Chief SMoad dam ilUa. through the town. Sae is not over 35 yens the people living about Bryanteville &nd Ilnd'djm,2 21i-- ) by 1'arker'sUMwn Tllot. of age. We don't think her a beauty, but Camp Dick Robinson are auxions fir the Tllot sired Tickard 2 isw., iu.1 Jim 3 yar-ol- d '' Mr flue stallion, i. reod 2 28, McM'nger Chief slre.1 Maud Mes- - IW at my plsre, Wrkh. will make the '.t- l . .yi i' known as the J exceedingly ' amiable " She has no one to road and are willing to put up something senger.ih.. Tliuniisn I', mllr from Shell, I Alexander's AUlallah. I'.rslrk's Hamhle llwin Isrm. Manfoid laiisilie pij t lllf s snl love and no one to caress it is to dad such substantial lo get it There is no question the tolsn,ilsm Katie Darling. Alexarxter's Al.ds A Ilusioatillu Turnpikes at but that we need the road, and if we want iah sirtd (toJdimlth Maid 2.11. itonillnd 2 IU. a one that ehe goes to the depot so regular Mi-2 29 Thori dale 2 21" rt. Klmoie ly and so frequently. Her story is as fol- it something must be done. Would it not .S0. Ileal) ttre.1 Almo.it Ilelmont, llwra, $10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, enelby Chlif, together with the dams of Jerome Money lows: About six months ago she went to be well for 3ome of our public spirited duo when colt Is foaled or i.irc pa- Eddy 2. If.,', Katie Midlleton 111, Hill Thundir 1 with. 2.2AV;.etc. Ljxington m a visit and while there con- cifzene to take some action in the matter7 . 1 TKlSEStIV Welch Is K bir.ds high in I sssW i 'i I y Mease tuer Chief Jr will nuke tne present MaMisses Atkinson, of Lexington, Mo cluded to consult one of those individuals son at inr place I1 L.lles irom Hustunrllle on the William Welch, dam (.as, br ersrik W.Mrl sire of Cookoo, record I ft e.rid dam' y Joe t rlradfuidsrlllo whose business it is to peer into the future Mamie Lackey, of Bloouiington, Illinois, Moner, 3.1 dam by a (Iray h'.r.e Ho bis that are and tell any applicant the good or evil that aad Mary Hume, of Kichmond, are visit 610 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT several colta largn and of flue, good sire andan tjl" sPECino I is He breeds Is a sure foal getter, of kind dlsHnltlon, A ! In awaits him or her. Tne "fortuneteller" ing Miss Jeanle Lackey. Mr. James Bar T can Irif In Money due when colt is lotled or mare parted saletr He was never hsndlila dir I r enl with. Mates will b putured at f2 told our lady that she would marry a hand- bour, Mayeville, is visiting at Judge Owsr luontb, but shows good trotting act'on. t.ut I will not e resMnsllle for artldents ley's I had a pleasant call the other duy some man, with black hair and tiiwing H. n.traii.ii.i.v. At the same plare and on the ssi i kiui atxu x ilustonrille. mustache, plenty of money and who would from Sam McKee, of Danville, who is just I will alro stand my Jack, WILIUM " Ull. at Cuppresscil home from an Eutern college. He will My stalli .ii, make her extremely happy. Tois gentleblsik, lt'4 bands iilgh an 8H. Hels ste rrrRular has sired by I.jle s Imported Jut, rcantyMiiI ,1, ul o .1 i. a man would be first eean by our lady on a spend the summer preaching in Clay coun goul Jennel. or OEOIWK It RXf.'ItKMAX. cupid would drive bis ty. He expects to be a full ihdged minispassenger train and Will make the present season at JI. SMITH arrow through their hearts at one pull at ter in two more years. U S. Commissioner Thlst powder nertr rarles. A marrelolpurlt), II. 1 1 ( II MA. 'S,2i,Uttlrom ManMrd. on the his bow. Our lady fully believes the sto K. A. Barnside has taken an effice over the strength and wholenouieneas. 'More economical .corner et pikeat $lo tit iiiHiiri' a llvinu If taken il- r ne the THASOK OF I.IFK.cres same as abote. is a than the i3 rln t'ai i tai prtMii iieavoiieii (7eDd r .r ry told her, and brace her attendance upon the Citizens National Bmk. The school competlton ordinary kinds, and ofcan not b sold volt, bnrse,conditions high, of goodHestyle Qne ai lii ban Is and test .shon book .Vlrssaoi to Wiarf,"inalle! frrc with the multitude taught by Miss Mary Kay at tho Walker weight alum or phosphate powders.low Holdnnly In tlun and has proren himself a splendid hrenlor. Midway Clipper. the trains. Co , Atlanta, fit. lliuuruLU IUoi-lato) lUjViL Hiking I'oivDKa Ce, J. Ii. It A Vtill MAX No. 3i. tandari I'mlerltul' A T'lt V school house clcssd Thursday last. M. D. cans, will stand HuslouTllIe. 106 Wall Street. New York Knott has performed an exceeding Hughes Ilia's returned from Williamrburg Gov. Feed, lyjusthdion in issuing pardons for Dr. Mrs Mary Ciemmersan, who has been on a ANIi Logan and Robert McCluri, two citizens visit to her son in law, W O Sweeney, has ! Two miles from the HUnloM pik at SALE of Rowan county, who have been in the relumed to her home iu Louisville. Col. Lexington jll a long time. Both these W. S E kin has goue on a visit to his . This fine sUl.foc w ! ikt the season ol IS)? at Having retild the slalile on t a s'rv', t my stable one my farm, .1 miles from Sturford on the Ktn- - TWENTY DOLLARS THE SEASON prefarol to train and break bnrsea i.a rrawnabie Will make the present snon gentlemen wero arrested on what they pro- - daughter in Missouri (uurt day trade solii lixl mile from Stanlord os the Manlord and Huston-Tlll- e ford and Danville ike tertus. County nounce "trumped up charges " The latter, Turnpike j"H.v ii. cm itrnxTr.it. (W4hi. A married man in .MadHon baj been With privilege of return In ISM, or ! blanlotd Ky, tcturani. Mr. McCturg, etates that he wa working sirs with a DinUter'd daughter in Arthur Sims Is l.r lien Knoi, HI he by Veron his little farm some nine miles a Iilvln Colt. DI.jCUITTIO.N AND quietly At $10 to IiiHitro -- Vermont mont Hero, Ac. ills dim was ldy Arlliur, y DR. W. 1). PENNY, his vicinity. His letter were buried in a llambelonlan if a black hurte, foile. In ISS.', six from Moreland, when a pose headed by IkinrlKiii Chlel, by Mambrlno Chief, by Msmlirlan IIKVriT teen hands high, two white fet behind, sired by Paymsster,Ae garden and the gardener plowed them up. Arthur tlius Is a bay, b hands, Hels i years oM. 11 hands high, a beautiful Tom Oxley, marshal of Morebead, appearK n t ik1c William Welih, by Kysdyk' 1st bsy, with One mane aud tall and a perlect dam Kalladrlmes, l.y t, Ill's IIamMet..iiUn,dam small blsae, right bind t.wt white, (osled la M4i. Njw the man in nearly crrzy and the girl'd ermont, 2nd Ho Is n handsomely finished eolt and limy ed and put him under arrest. The charge model and a natural saddle horse. lllack nwan, by Htlma Vorkshlie, l.y Imp. Yorkpa talks of brinyiriK a damage suit, while Helusbecn bandleil a little and prowlst blred by Hubble'a Denmark, kuown as On Time, shire, Xrd dam Little l.y Wagner, by ,Sr HeiombliiM the strains of the hai.dsome Hl a was conspiring with .the Logans to shoot by Cabbie's Lexington; l'irstilaia, dam Kmlly hrel, the wile te!U her way ward husband not to second dam Mollle Mounts, Young America, he by Taylor's Charles, by hir Arihy, libby Taikolet, i.th dam ,r Hawk and stout Mambrlno Chlel (amll, . and is a , by Lexingthe Judge of the Circuit Cjtirt Imp Leviathan. 1th dam by horse, and vu bis sire's :! tracm , go crazr, but get quiet and she will forgive Mesttnger; third dam by Miller's Denmark which (ireendrlver, 7th dam by Maryland ton Tranecrip. qlres him a double cross of tho best saddle stock dam by Hannibal, '.'dim l.y bliky. by liowel, fith twlie lo Imp. Messenger and twice un nil dam's (ue him if he'll promise not to do a any iu the world, fourth dam by John Blunt, one of Kmlly, bpd In Krixe'sblnd IkKjkVol J.pageS'.i,! ) side, Marea kept In any manner deslrad. al owner a A negro orator thus concludes ud ac more. -- fKichmond Kei-ter- . the best racehorsuof blsday.lifth dam by Waxy Vermont Hamblelouian Is a fine big horu. with risk. 7. .1. Ill, HlX, fine style ano go'l boi.e, and a sure bretIr, slre.1 count of the death of a colored brother: luncaster Ky. Will also stand at the aame place my lino Jack. br William Welch, ttie sire ol Prince Imrerlal. r . There nr? i. zm wick-- tu the hmp cf a 'l.tiy,, Jrremlah .'.23' ., Usile T tan Irot Iu 2 .toor "De las' word he waa heard lo nj, de las' A.J. (fen. Knox, 110, (standard t'nder Riilp.1, the sire better. William Welch was fired br Pres word be was heard to utter, de lai' wcrd manV life: brnm, blood and bretth Iltmblelouian, prlvatn record it 1st dam tin dam ol Arthur Hline, watbrel liy Diulnl Heiistls. Hrl lg. tltStO OU LlllUMer lrcwt, nt' Iw.r to I.tTa Imp. TriuloMwti U V. '' ,.f . . 7 .7 J . ' . .. mm- .,, S l i A ln JniiKNALofilre At $W weaning tlmo when mare. Is Mon- Cottos) and a.ru 2 l.i.LZ ii.. he wan heard to peak, de Ian' word he ebi r the brain j little, it liyht goei out followed ey duo at to Inniirr or I.lrhm tott. parted ol ltodtn'a Prime of ." and bymiles trotter, twent) Trui. ' Anlhela il ll.ffl."ltwt w ,i, by bjth the utlier. Slop thtt lit art a uilr-utoi by fills pernounced, de las' word be eber spoke, e'e with. He Is a brown Jsck with whits points, 5 to', J dam by a sor.oIMaiuiniiio, by Imp .Miivn. ry, 2ud Hunsim Mare pulil'C s Hit Lharlos ion .11 ai,UJT .It trial at I'. years Hiiroc Itccirdi tl1; ger, grand son rl thn years and out o all three of ihu wtckx ed by old In June, full l hands hlgb. Ho was tir- dyk'sVeimont lielnga tne grandeat aire great Itys 2:21. las' idea heeber ejaculated ye?, my bred-ren- , HambletonUn, AUln'a King William and hu by King Thll-liliving, and Among the get of den Knox with record! In "a tfXT Is sired by dill's Vermont tombiu d, b. Led by ihurniigh. first dim Hlack Satin Jennet, she de bery las' word heeber was known to Choke the tiir out of th luots, hud pren IT5 I Lady Maud I IV, 2 SOor tetter, are lhf,illoing JVl V WW V ia i will make a tin- - stocc horsH, Ilysilrk Ham Kite Phillip; second dam by Morecaatleard he by Kuox JYl X ently the llild reue) to eupply the othrr Jim Tortrr. This Jack has prored hlmseltlobo a btelonian, by Abdallah, son of Maiiibrlno. d4in by Camrs 2.l,'4 Independenio i 21'i, Olll-er- t fc U J IJ L l'l 1 f ! bratve fort, ?oand or rjiculate, waj '01 Vi. i.,r 2.2M4, KiniwrorKiiusiaT'.. Kno2.!' colta last season at I mo bellMiunder,2iUm l.y lliinop's Hambletonl beveral center. of tituie,tml all is soon ettgnatfor, line breeder, brought of hla 2 23; Knox Hoy 2.23'j. Pesitful 2 2'i, Harrpr 'hink rjl'" one hundred do.lars. an, dam by Imp. McMwogt-r- , weaning time u, .t-- n. h'.t it n is, Kill's Vermont, by Downlng's Vermont, slrn of er i..jJi niv.viini nuui . oi iim im.iiv, v.;,, i cold nud darkniR. Attorney Erouaton, Manlord, Ky the dam of Enigma 2 1'. 1st dam by Columbus worth, Couihjii, Cromwell, Eclalrn, Lmror Wl Common wealth' (ien. Knox Jr , (Ion. l.lghtloot, Ulll.retb, (Hartley's) ion ot Columbus, slrn ol L'outldence The L'ulted Siates Treasurer ha-- notified who, with a pistol in hb pocket, went into B. H. BU UNHIDE. - Propr 2.zs; 2nd dam liy Kerlrand, sire or the dams ot Knux. Jules Jurizcnseu. Knox I lor. Ixin Morris, Nellie Uray 2.21; 3d dam by Matchlccs, aire of the Phil Ulieildan, Hi Elmo, Whalebono Knox, and businesi-housand all of the jsweleM in AVihlngton that the h Lexiugton merchant' dam of Climax 2 31, Gill's Vermont Is tht aire of Woodlord Knox havo sired the following, with Bonner lioy 2 23, lllack Maria 2.2C7, Idy Oak records of 2 30or better- - Iron Age2.lilV4. Capltola denounced him as a son of a female dog, making of gold or silver coins into bangles f'hl . Old nnrl Wnll . -U- OWQ , Logan also sire of the oams ol 2.22VJ, I 'rank F. 220' i; Nellie Walton 2 ,26', has been fined $1 for assault, and pardoned or otherwise defacing them is in Hinct vio- Is by Ericsson (6 In 2:30 list,) by Membrlno Chief, 2.50, and Willie 2.104, v.vii.'lTie King 2 V91,, Nelllo I, Charles u.2,27, ranny M. 2,iy4: waiure usniiwlia nuLOl OtHl iliaiLltaiUa ltd 3 23J,,Oullaw2 2S'4, Pearl 2 30, Udf Davis2 3IK l.illml by the Governor for carrying a pistol. lation (if the law aud they will hrretifier be by Membrlno I'aymuter.dam tbedam ol Qollab, Healrice-iSI1- , 2 30: Chub 2 27; John S. Hrald 2 27' fillbreth Lady I'atchen '2 W t, and KenHla sons slrtd 2.' and his daughters are tho tucky (ientleman 2 12,, and sire oi the second Maid 2 27k; rihadow 2 ; Hamb'n Knox 2 24 Such outrages on law as this is the prime prosecuted. Oae firm wan using tip Sl'OO dams of 18 in the AND list. Copeland 2 .I"; lllack Hess 2.30; Arthur T. 2 iO dam of Phil Thompson 2.1G1 a, brother to Eric, record ol 2:23 i Nina, pacer, 2.22, Honesty, p.icer, 2 U4'At ill. It leaeon human life il held so cheap in Kan- - per day in mablni; dimes into bangles and at Ericsson Is half and told to KoUirt llonner at Proprietor i Determined tru: a Itvsdyk'a HaiiiDletonlan, by Abjallah, sire olhlr monognms. ii aann oe aocona to no Uoantry Glasgow rsewa. lucky. that age lorilO.OOO. Walter 2.27. 1st dsm by C'bas. Kent loaro by Imp. 1st dam by llodoc, by old Pilot, sire ol I'llot, Jr., Uellfounder; 2nd dam Olio Eye, br Illshop Ham Hotel in the State in its Fnre, Tin; list.) Pilot slrcl thadamaof Jay Eye bletonian;3rddam ellvertkll by Imp. Messenger. (12ln2:3J old Waterbury boy, whoaa Appointmenti, or Atten A tnree-yeaDroskenneii or the Liquor Habit Positively Bee, 2:10; Maud 8. t:lSii, Nutwood 2. 18i and 21 nvsuva a iiamoieionian is me sire oi netue 2.18. Cared by administering Or, Haines tion to uomrort of In the 2. SO list. Membrlno Chief aired Lady Thorn and 37 others with records ot 2.30 or bettor: alaool leg were deformed from birth, was taken Membrlno ilrlgnoll the dams ot Trinket Woodford Golden Specific. their GaeiU rec3J HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL to the New Haven City Hospital, where 2:29i, Fisk'a Mambrlno Chief 2,23, Bay Henry ords ol 2.30 or better. 2.H, and others with It can be Riven in a cup of coffee or tea with- 2.29K, Membrlno tJUr 2.23, Membrlno I'llot Vermont (Downing) by Hill's lllack IWwfc, broke one of the Ies.M three out the knnwlediM of tlio person taklnr. It) Is 2 ilaajgaaie will o uuic; ed lo aad from Ik the Burton 27, North mar 2.26J. absolutely harmless and will effect a permaslreofEihau Allen 'l.Hii, Vermont (Downlng's) rre of charge. Special aeeommadatl im .i twice, and then Ericsson, Jr., la a solid blick, 16 hands high, las Ire of the dams ot Enigma 2.20, aud also sire ol nent and speedy cure, whether the patient Is a time and the other one to Commercial Traveler. The liar will a horsa that recomtbedam of Mambrlno lirucet theslro of Helta Wilmoderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck. and weight t,2u0 lbs. If Hels bones. Tte Thousands of alnajs aapplitd nlth tha choicest be mends himself even Htraiithtened and reaet the hut Thla floe Hull will stand the seaons now torn drunkards have been made tem- possessing the blood that hehad no pedigree, him ton 2.28,. braada of l.biaars and Cliars. diea should make Hill's ulack Hawk, by Hhcrman Morgan. Dam, mencedat my stable on the Lancaster H Ueoj-hal- f perate men who have taken (Joldeu Specific child endured the operation well under vuiuvj. a fast trotting mare. Hill's Illa;k Hawk ! In their cntlfo without their knowledge, and oneoiine grauuesi simuuu iu mil from Stanford Couit llotite at 15 tne -jthe pMiillyM.onn,, loe wilt be now walk lorn; dlatancei with believe they nult drinking of their own sire or lielleoroaratoga 2.'.'y, Lancet 2.27. Ethan season, wl'h the prltlligeol bretding the cow un ether, and yogllJillh,.-- ,, tt!n,j; Allen t.uyi, and Young America 2.23. and Is aire til the cow proves In call. Money due when cow free will. IT NKVHIt KAH.8. The system rurtiln alight limp s hits' rl Til only a ami l.liti. (Jen Tweed 2,20', is first served. once Impregnated with the Specific It becomes FOssrsoiMd Boi ul A MAKE IX FOAL of tboUin 2 of Illancbo'-.2.1- the lounde rot .,Y h,T? ,0" eiHr- d Tennessee 27, and also Marquis of Adeline's sire, Herbert, bis slra appetite, to $1510 INSUUE thr great refused io an uiierimiiosstDimy ror me iki 'K. snlin tftry ssuMBiritmrt. Apollo aud Dam Imported ooutheru Ueiu- lllack Hawk lamtly, that has in tha mala and An exchange say Sam Jonea exNt. For full particulars, address GOLDEN assgitsnuibrstus bits ii Parting with or moving mtre out ol the Wrdenl tylk, and lemalellne IMiof 2 30 or better representaCatherine ol newspaper men in Sl'ECIFIO CO., lH.I Uace St., Cincinnati, O, oHr a Atctl A LUV, renders money due. tives. Marquis of Adltene's dam, Adeline, hsi sire UmiCbi!:tie. com-Will also stand Columbua (Ilarkley'i), br Old Columbus, slro ol Imported Uncle Tom dam Imported Lady FishlluJlin, N. V, IJjaton. There in nothing worthy of Cincinnati,! Confidence 2 'ii. Dam, a Messenger Mar. er. For further particulars as to pedigree see II.. U confined ! Ohio. Old Columbus, 2.4 IK. converted pacer, brought V. il. Ii. rnent in thin. Mr. Jonei' work SoMbrDtufiliU. JACK, McELiHOY, from Canada, blreolContiJencu 2 24, Columbus This Is a rory line young Hull from a celebrat3IY rik 41.00. exclusively to the sating of sinners, VTberi Itaby w alck, wo gTo berCastorla, on the same conditions as above. lie has Navigator 2.34, liosarconli 30',, ami 'joung Co. ed family ot milkers Including the cow Echo, the At $10 0 owner having retuial liEBP. nrjlftfAN, ("Free Lance. proven hlmsell to be a superior breeder, baring lumbui2.V'.J, aud alsa lira of the dams ol lien greatfst of hir day; her Wbsn aba wm a Child, aha cried for Castoria, Morlll2.27, Louise N,2.04, amclrss 2 IS, Purifor her. prod uied tome ol th best mules In this and adfc in a , (Young CoIjiuIius Is rattle ham taken the The Holstein-Frelslasire Some trickster inserted the letter joining counties and Is alio a good Jernet Jack. ty 2.37 performers, ai.d ne has thesons uf 11 2.30 lend aa tho best fjr the family, aud u cruii with WTien.h9 became Miss, she clung to Cattorla, or better I bave I that aXANrOUD, KY. If Whja He la 15) a bands alga, nearlr black, with mealy sired - m the Illinois legislature. ..:ii neniliniOld Colum-bu- s the bhorthoru produces a very Una anluul. 1 It 2 30 or better ho hvl Chlldran, she gave them Castoria. points aud general inako up 1st c ass, Islhe fuuudrr olibo Columbus family, which will buy all the mile calres beguttei by this Oitoa-ao- ulh sldo Main Streel, dco . had not been discovered it would the trick ELI,, blood was to the East what she Pilot. Jr.. blood Hull at gu.il pli i dclrert-- at wejaln; time. qw the Myers Uotal; i . Jnii ti.,,,,l" on race ly. miles from Uustonvllle, on the Huitonvllle was to Kentucky. TIIOS. ft ItOItlXHON. Pure Nltrooi Oxide Usi aimlnlner dwhsni " rr -ir, ii. 3tit.Lr.it. been uirgai Lave A Lioerty Turnpike road, L'pcola county, Ky, titanfo rd, Ky ll itiuur I. Ky. ri'iuirol. ixacka io thst StMe. Wnen Peddent Cleveland's Cleveland was ai'ge.I to appoint Judge Tree lo a foreign tuition, he replie 1: "I'd j Jt tie leaf as uo;." Tnis graclom answer to the Hppiicitioi irn received with a profound bow. "In nukinj thi appointment, continued the chief migi'trate, "it is not to ba considered by any bnnche of the Judged family tht tbey htve only to ap ply for a position to be appaiuted " ''Certainly uot," Wis the response. "Then I guess you ctn tell JudgeTree to pick his trunk," said the President. "You expected me, of csursj, to appoint him." he adi-e- d. you wood," wis the reply. "We "Well," Jiid the President, "I was aware that Judge. Tree did not pine for offi:e; nev ertheless, in s inV a position I am anxious to see, as our E.k i S frienls would sit, good min at the 'elm, inl wnile I'm mi-pi- e" "Caes'.nul !' exsiaimed the delegation in a breath. Tuen ths President to hUdi'k with a pleasant smile on hia face aad the daU;ition deputed, well pleased with ths suc:eu of their missloa Wit how-ever- ," Lancaster. Those of our citizsns who have read Gen. Buckner'd spe?ch pronounce it the finest one ever delivered In Kentucky. Our colored cilizsns had a picnic here on Friday, the most interesting feature of which was the music furnished by the Lancaster band. I take pleasure In saving that Lucien Noel, eon of II T. Noel, of this city, cap tured the gold medal given by Centre College for the best orator. Lucien is not only a smart boy but a good one and is an honor to Lancaster. The Building & Loan Association de clared a dividend of 10 per cent on the Killed, Cooked and Eaten Quickly. 11th. A new series was opened on that One of tho Talifero boys, living near Efday and $15,000, 150 shares, are already fingham, recently made bet that he could taken. The stock cf the new series will be clean, cook and eat a spring chicKen in fif far sale at par lor only sixty days from teen minutes. Preparatory to the contest June 11th. b'onowis the lime to go in he secured the chicken and provided himLet everybody take a little. self with a pot of boiling water, a bucket cf A syndicate ha baeu formed in Lin cold water, a hot skillet and a hot Hat iron. rester styled the Lancaster Elevator Co., When time was called he jerked the chickfor tho purpi" of buying wheat, rye, baren's head oil, doused it in a pot of boiling ley, corn, Ac. We are unable to learn the water, slipped the feathers oil, cleaned it and name of the parties composing it, other then laid the fry flat in the pan with the thfin that of R II. Bitson, who is to be Hit iron on top to cook the upper side. At eecrelar.r. For this renson we o.an not the close of eleven and a half minutes he state whether il is a hull or bear organiza- had the chicken's bones beautifully polishtion Atchison Globe. ed W S. Ferguson, John II. Woodcock, One of Beauregard'sold soldiers sent him D. B shop and I went to Kirksville on a dollar and requeued him to send a lottery Sunday to hesr B.o Dimes. We were would win a bigpr.'z; adding: well paid as we heard two of the finest ser- ticket wbi:h ' I was always at my post and never dismons I ever listened lo Bro. Birnes is of the war with himself again and the whole troupe is look- obeyed orders. I came out out clothes enough to wd n shotgun." ing well snd happy. We took dinner and com supper with the W(lkr brothers, and de- The General answered: "My dear old rade. I send you a ticket that I hops will sire in this connection lo return them beg leave to give you the thanks for their kind hospitality. It was draw a prize and following advice: If you will stick to the a day pleasantly spent and we all came Louisiana lottery for four years as faithful home feeling better iu body and mind. ly as you did to the Southern Confedracy What Lancaster needs worse than any thing except another railroad is the removal you will not have clothes enough to wad a of the engine house in the centre of the pop gun." an artesian wtll put in its place A new theory of the final destruction A good well there would be a joy forever of the earth is that the polar ice is peneand increase the value ct property around trating the interior of the globe like a the tquare ten per cent. Stracgers coming wedge, and that a soon a it reaches the to our town never see anything but the furnace there will be an explosion that will engine houe, and they say, as was said of split the world into pieces too em ill for Artemus Ward's picture, "itiey never saw truck patches. blushing inconoclast in New York says that in the interest of manly beauty the mustache must "go." But it will not depart, The hind that rocks the cradle is the hand that rules the world, and that hand has a Woman, firm grip on man on this subject lovely, expensive woman, believes in the old Spanish saying: "A kiss without a mustache is like an egg without salt." As the adorable sex eDJoy their caresses like their food, well seasoned, and as man lives to please them, the mustache will remain to perform that work for which God designed it. and which woman has bo earnestly Oaiaba Bee. and zssloucly approved. Wallace Denmark i I- - 3VC BRUCE, IL',f Al SB llnlih periect model. He ru fired by the noble Huuiplfr Denmark, he by (ioddard'a Denmark, ho by (lalncs A Cromwell's Denmark, he by tho rare bone Denmark ho by Imported Hedgeford. His lit dam was sired by Sir Wallsce, he by BIr WalUre, lie by Sir Albert (thoroughbred) second dam by Vlrgtiilus (dam ol Ylrglutu br Tranhr, thorough-bred- ) ha by tho celebrated Mason's Whip; 3 dam a Whip mare. Will make the season of ISS7 at hit firm. Si.' miles from HuitonTllle, nesr Carpenter's station, and will bo permitted to serve mares at foalded May 1, 1ST). Is a rich mahogony bay 15) hands high, heavy mane ind tale, Ii strictly line and Inner, Is both a natural and Pleasant ud. dler, breeds fancy, and a mora uniform breeder of saddlers can not be faun J. He Ii high-ta- ll ityle on both il Jos to the third generation, li backed up by thorough-bred- s on lioth sldos, making him very active and sprightly In gait, In lorm and r's -- 910 (ho Nciinoii or 12.50 to Hiiro u JLlrliiK Colt. Iu. W Bk-- WAITPn ...- - lSL -- aVJSk. ILSB.J,I --: SUrrs committed to my rare and breeding will receive my personal nttrntlon (trass lun.lihrd at reasonable rate, to be paid (or before the rctnova-o- l No responsibility for accidents or esmalt's capes. Parting with marea forfeits the Insurance. Donlor in Bindnrs, I? onpors, Mowers. AKriculturnl Iin- ploxuonts Goncrnliy, BuRKioa, Wnjj;oiiN, bor, fco. Givo liiiu a call. iu- J. STEELE CA11PENTER. THE U'MHIM.D STALLION, SECOND JEWEL. or $20 to Iniure. This fine, i onit.ined stalaon wlllunke the at my stable near, rMielby Cut, In Lincoln couuty, on the Shelly llty A knob Lick Turnpike road, at & M'AHstM FranPHARMACISTS, f -- riui ias i Orugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. PhTitclaus prescriptions aci urate I) roi.ipo'in Also l.- -l Q U' U-..- $15 the Season, PI W thssT flrviir 1 1 - 'J- - ' x - times. pKMRirnon nPkm.ii.k Second Jewel Is a Mood bay, with black mine and tafl, 15 hands 3 Inches high, with tine style and action. Ho Is rears old thlssprlng, was sired by I.ewli Cunning- - I ham's Jewel, ho br the Umaus old Washington' I'vunian. nrst uam, Minnie, i.y Mi Dousid's The Largost Stock of Wutobes, Olook .. llalcorn. second dam br Wells' Ciusader; third I ? dam by a son of Dary Crockett, fourth dam a al- uuwKifjr auu onvuiwuio uaoieoiu eauuin mare, intrgrro uutnown. .Mr. ll. l. rarrln s Old Minnie, iUm of Jewel Krer bought to this mirket Trice liw-.- was a premium animal Irotu a colt up to an aged the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry mare, fecund Jewel has been shown 31 times and palrod on shoit notlco aud Wairanle.! worn the allele lie 31 times-defea- ted only thrcj t. JEWELERS. wiyJL . ...'.WiutV wimtwBwri MUiml,,IA 7 fV 'C PIFPII r" mi ii mi JBvJ m I3JSM fM?lJ 1 .Z28 Nnd c,A " jii?rrir,!if '.'i?J,. -- wmm, . "'.T5r "X -- v . war, aw T r$r w youugjatk wtll also'atanlat the uiue stable, the Ana iq lare and to? At SS',to iimitrv'n'I.irrVitlt. He Is , .si black, II bands lories UWh. lie was sired li Cildwell's Young Ulaik Hawk, he by VeloUpedc, he by Hobertion s lie by Imp Mammoth. His dam was I y stlgali s lilac k secouddam wjs raised by Miles Max well and was an tuiportrd Jack. Money due worn the colt Is loalidor lu.r I irlid with Lien retained on all colts till season barges are paid. l'asturage will bo furnished at reasonable rates. BLACK HAWK, Wall PaperTPnrnit-.nvA. - llak -- w , Tartlng wah u.tres ivrleits the ii.suratxr . rthelhy City, Ky. T.s.t.iiin;i:, VJiiA j jr'- -s.. - L MESSENGER CHIEF, JR Cases, Caskets Robes. Stanford. Full.'and Complete Stock of tho above and pricos as low as tho lowost. B. K. WEAREIVT, "VELaHI. - MDFIELD'S FEMALE 'r . F!-a- ll . rehCLATUII a pl, tor nnwm. WOMAN'S IllSEASES j. Absolutely Pure. m 1 Pnlnful JO ABDALLAH, MENSTRUATION ioiii-hln- ARTHUR SIMS, r SILVEE KING Vermont at Hambletonian. i JIM? nMCj9L3FXjEiS Livorj', Trnlniiiir. tH-f- STABLE 1 to i.vsricr. a ctnr. 9 rt ; l'hu-nlx- i r STEVE WALKER. J4 -- e, ,i ! ' p; brc-d- i r 'I' j. j. , t e ERIGSSOIM, JR., I ' x.--- , . r tiiokoiuiiiik:i nuiH of adef.im:. iei-vl- co to-U- 1, nelgh-lKrbo- od 1 FIX. ID,-00- n aUHQEON DENTIHT, ,o ?.. voir ISO-- i