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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887062801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi VOL. XVI. Stmi-SBtthliJnl- 9 rflj rfl 111 o t Metis? ImtftuiL NO. 241. t. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1887. Iratiral home while in -- n ' LONDON, LAUREL COUNTT. THE LANCASTER CLUB HOP. Walker, invited in to make his houee our Health I Pleisare Resort at Aim Springs FOTC HAJU1& ! Kirksrille, He is no lortu-natA woman named Walden wu killed The hop given by the Linctster Club lacking other feminine ownership A ami coiumoJkus linuio at Friday night was elegant and erjoyable in by ligh'nlru in tho eistern pirt of this ner'sRood set of Tinner's Tools and a lot of lin Alnarmg lmlltnnew tountj, I un brings, Doyle buppllei. Wit' tell I'heap. wllloren it to the an to hare fallen into the lutml-of "Aunt every rrrsox, respect. The club wm untiring in ciuotv Tiifilay. juts, v j:. MMilleburg.Ky JMtlllL Oil 2ls-4Martha," nbout an (i (iltuJKui n its attention to its gtiesti and le't nothing VnbUnhcit TiteniUtU mut I'rltUiU --- on of C N. Sco- Tie little MOXDIY, JUNE MTU, 1897, -- AT cook a "Aunt Ktster" at the "Grand Old undone that would add to their pleistre v'.lle turn-- j I a pin of Inning wa'or over on Thlsliotioo! tlio niOTt un' Izhtful and descrrnd- J'EIlA.NNUiM,CA8II. Sprinc,'' and we aro "in clover, kneo deep." The weather was delightfully pleasant and hiine!f Sit ud.iy, bidly scilding hi feet iSU It Jiopulsr summer resorts In America. Fire And lhee amiable, Gentle everything combined to unite the occasion nnd Ip'. kinds of medical waters, ol unexcelled curative exI am dallr openln? en elegant line of Spring and lowers, l'or circular glrliii; termi, etc , aldrosi men, who do everything that anybody uadcr.toodlt we credit that Jl.SO wlllbe feuuiiiior Millinery, including all one to be treasured iu the memoric of the HO It A 111. ivoi. j. ii. iviagiett is conducting a lt.il.Alum fcrrlOR, Ky. pected and demanded. could do to make in happy; what can we 30."i The ladies never nnruuil school at Liurel Seminary lor the The Latest Novelties of happy pirticipints Saajon. the do hutlovu thorn fjr it and pray tlio good lojked lovelier nd the scene when the benefit of leiohers. The HCion will but LOUD that our arjourn under their roof W. T. WALTON-GEORGAIjo Notions, sufb as Handkerrhlcfi. ColHr. iJHTSSWCOMK dance was at it? height wu on.) 'tlinot uf four week anl should in lirgely attend- and Culls, Ruchlnx, Corsets, Hustles, etc. You may lirlnR heavenly blving' into their win una mo at me rooms uioiy racalral tiy eml enclimttuent. Troit furnished the music ed. MT. VERNON, KY. -- Gen. P W. ilardin and Major G. M. toy U'srron, nxt diwr to tho Myers House. lives The Rtrla are out at Mr. Joe KmbryV, wliic'i i to ear that it was excellent. Wo 102.2m TE It Vttlil'.lt.S . O. wlicro they vure asked lo Htay "till they Adams will addron lite cit jns of Laurel give below a list of the beautiful women g This old and Hotel Is still found it better place." They am there yet; and at the court houe on Monday July WM.AlitKS. Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable what they wore, together with the counlv Tubllc Notary 11, lbS7. Everybody should come nnd G0DI3L0VEAUD NOTHING EL8E and 1 rather think if they nUjed thai long, names of their gallant escortc: Special attention to the traveling public. tr t ii.l. they would be on Joe for life They have feast their sou's on a II iw of p ire democrat .r. m . .. mj wr 1 tlVh I.ASCA9TEK Mt. Vernon, Ky. ic eloq icnoe. 04 a ml, whom they are duly epoilinK, ot ritA.iH.ii: an J LAW, Mis9 Mimie Oils, heliotrope satin, bro couree, ' just tho hlHedeit baby," in the Judge Granville Pearl, whose sudden 311 Fifth Ftreet, coded; diamonds. 2 ehapecf little "Kliibelli," only child of death was announced in your last iuei June 21 lv7 KiiihtM!.i.K, Miss Juliet Gill, embroidered Swies; dia- ICY. was a man belove by all who knew him; Dr.vu Intkmoii.- -I ilon't know tlial I Mr. and Mri. Haihry, whwe pretty waye mond. l will dtlvr to regular cis'omsrs In .Stanford tloims 3 and 5, Crotnlo Block. a man of whoe extraordinary intellect the have anything to write tlial will epialljr ami cute eayin I u'nd mynelf prerchiuc and vicinity every mornlnj nt Miss Jennie Moore, pink eatin, hce over- mountain people were justly proud. He n tTpicallv about every now and then, when I want an 'Ioium nteren vour ruiler dre; pjarls. PEARSON & CLARK, One Cent Pound. was buried with Masonic honors in the ultt, email Kentucky villa.. mnnlrrlnt! illuMrAtiort. I there anything lovelier, thin Miss Ivln Watson, white mull, Oriental ' Aeconnta due at tho clovs of etch month or grave yard on the hill, just west of town. "N 1 1 T7"I tlio pike In fin indefinite ant of way. nide of heaven, than a "little child?" I Uc; gold. alon? I PSfl. I P I TVnPPVB -To- -day, we-v-w 27tb, our prohibition brethern wo. www -i vrhen customer milts. Jt jt.xittioW. in kg no think no1; or tho i.'eir Hivior would not and nloppln when It occlude Misi Leila Smdifsr, white cmbosed meet here to nominate a candidate for the urhe, with no buck limit t) epesk of, haveaid what ho did about them. LEXINGTON, KY. mull; emeralds. We landed here In the uiidat of wheat Senate to mako the race against Mr. Paul a. S. MAST1.1. J."0. St. TFRKIMS wall up to the front. The pike it- bit all Mri. II A While, while ca'hmere, lace; IU fc 1 t WuhI Main Uuodiiuid, Kv., May, 1897. They seem in deadly ennest and many of barret and everybody nearly "run to gold. If fullown the track of tin old "dirt road, Albright A Martin be? to Inform their many them really think they can elect their whie'i etrile alone the ride, where, in death" with work in the roeftlinu field; but friends and customers ol i ho change In tlrut name MIsi Honey wno.1 Huffman, red alba to man. Judge Paul is said to be unpopular Indian tiro, the ' fallieta" blaied" a path- our congregation have been wonderfully tro'H, black velvet bodice; gold. MAKTJLV A PEICKIXS. in his own party, but it's a powerful cold way to the Kentucky river, with their aw, i'u'iI, at night, especially, when the lot out Miss Nell Duncin, cream sitin, embroi3111.NST, lllCIIMOMl KV day when a republican goe back on tho tide ha to hold a good many whom the Tna new firm bonis not oulr to sustain the ren- after the ectlpini: faihlon of primitive dav,i, dered overdrew; pearls utatlon of tbeold, but intends to make many Ini- nominee of his pa'ty, whisky or no whiiky. J-- . TtrvrTve on Wji I aaw the Und'Ctpt around (lejre-tjw- n, "old brick church" fail t "C muiodate. V XXjIjXO, Jfl'OpriOtOr, proTeiueutslnthe uianufacturo ot tobacco which Moore, pink Hk, lace over Mis Georgie X. 1 preached a week in '75 in the tame old will be to the interest ol our customers. Wo will Charming little Miss Nellie Hackney I hdn't n the Kirkeville neih-InrluI oragool Table derate special attention to our Natural Loaf brands drers; diamond'. i with her sister, Mrs. II O. Ward, at Andcleanacd well furnished rooms, this Hotel I f Kentucky's best leaf Ihankinit you fur past at it be'. Until I ee omethini: building. It ii a "un'oa" otitabliiihment, Miss Leila Marksbury, embroidered mull, favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, Paint Lick Mesrs Diinlip of tha Dan- has no superior. Good rainple rooms attachej. til more attractive I am bound tj rsy formerly eufBcini; fu the four denominaRespectfully jours, cremaln, ,;rilatcs t.' W) ' r day. diamonds. k iS-tiville Iribxmt, and Cimpbell, of the Louis3I.MTIX Ai IT. MUX S. that fjr )ic(iue. ie. rc fjl lieau'v of land tion, who occupied it alternately. Hut the Marksbury, blue satin; pearls Mies Altie ville Iitpulliean, were here at the speaking hsire than ' Christian." built; then ihc l'rehyterinn icipe, you kiV. more preltv vie Mies Mamie Currey. pink sitin; gold followed, and now the Methodiln and lltp-ll'- ti Friday, in the intereH of their respective anywhere yet. Toe Krjvea b the expanse Mi's Mittie Brown, black silk, lace ov;r aloLU o cupy the old brick. Hroihir peculiar pipers. Miss Helen Foster and Mrs. Par-maLONDON, KY. is a ji ire ar.uc wa), and that ! iVepltM", of LincMter, (wurteauily made drew. are pick. Mtsi Eooaa Schser is visitoorn-Ut- ii billiiwv appttMnce of whrti-lieF.B.niLEV, Proprietor. over-drw- ; Lsna Irvine, pink silk, Mis ing in Oiio. John Pearl, who was cslled e hero and puture i more marked litre than way for u laiSundy, for which flitter. And tuy old friend home by telegram to attend the funetal of Tliorouclily ltciinatcil nml Itofur-ulilio- tl I'lii thank him kindly I remember to bare mn eUehero STANFORD. I'iyo tliroiiclioiit. l'lrst-clas- s The Knabn, tho famous Deckex-j- it hi father, Jti Ige G. Peirl, has returned to Crow, of llichmond, contributed hi pari to wary verdure, ie, to my taste, the nml ruiiNountilo prlcois. Ihiy unit nlulit er A bon, the popular and reliable Krerett. The Miss IMon Weiren, white Ihnne'; dia his duties a mail agent on the Cincinnati (nliisarc met by iolitc I'ortorsof Hits eelebrntel Cloujh A Warron, and tbe John irJect. A bick the Keneral harmony by not opening hi of all UndrtCtp mond. Church A Co 'a Southeio, Dr. DickersoD. of Bubourville. iniitiliir House. grjun if t ranjin,; tnaiitiuiu,', bcrond pretty rivl eotablKhuuiit, orer the way; Miss Matlie Yarbrougb, whilo Ihnce'; was in tho city Tuenlay. ' Hi Hill" Mrun s peak, for which we aleo tender very hotrly Dr. Thomas, of llerei. of which natural llwcr. LOUIS SCHLEGEL, Columbia, has been hers for eeyeral days net everything oil in a very thank. Sj we had it all otir own way and Any onednslrlnj an elegant and durable muMies Annie Shanks, blue satin, lace over extracting teeth without piin to the paoonecUntiouely did a little harm and as sical instrument trill do well to pxamlno our beautiful way diamonds. Wear1 agents for the dre; prices bf (ore p l chiilns tient. Fir the ipm, no community could h iw much Kod a wc knew how on that ccorch- Jo'in Churth A Cj , and will Misi ElU Shank', cream oatin, lace over seven yoarr, and our Organs Ooe John Wells was arrested here on kiniei hoipiulity than thil with wulth we ibk &bbtl ; when a ";reat muliitude" of dre's; diamonds. mcimusn. kkmccky. for fire years Too Everett 1'Uao and tho Clouijh Tuesday last by Djpuly Jailer G. P. Johnall orta waited on cur eiaiple miniitry of A Warreu Orgin aro tbo best an moit reliable l have been weired. Tue comforiahiv M si May Helm, heliotrope silk, lace son uur lnsirumenu because of his suspicious movements. Photographs in all styles and sizos. instruments ntluanuuctureii. In rural dwellen in Ihioeo'.lnn uf 'Old "Loye and Xothini; Kite " can be seen tho postoRlce Stanford, where overdrew He had sold a mule to Mr. It M. Jackson Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and Miss I'ose, Utcbards will slate prices, etc. We are having cool nii;h( and hot diy, i Mad. on" are luxurious livr, when heliotrope eateen, for about one-ha- lf Persons who hMo purchased tbess instrument Misi Emma Siuliay, Water Colors. its value, Mr Jackson will testify to their durability and elegant finish . OoiMta entertaining Uet: and IJlue which will breed idckotiM, I fear, among lace overdress; pearls, stipulating that ha should not pay for the In Frmei anl Mits at Tery low We will be clad to servo the public, and guaran New dcslgni tboie who niither trust the LORD nor lake appror Grass cut: in:; thurishe' in lie in tensatlsfa-tloembroidered "critter" until it ww ascertained Miss Mattie Eogleman, (201-lKlder W. U Williams, of Hmtonvllle. also rep-- I to te all Prices. Hut our (Sod hai given ed fornix. We lire on the 'fat of the land" care c f lheuielve-reseuts the John Church A Co , and will be pleas-- i mull; diamonds. right. Tois the fellow at first agreed to, ed to servo his friends. I hot c, ihow an appreciation uf such Ihla anret promise lo lhci4 who abide un- and, IUNVIM.E. H. It. V Tj. J. tOOK, Agents. but growing re'tlen hoetartoi to lewe the ! kindness by doim; our level bjt to ooorert der "theahadow of Hi wing:" "Tliou nEKKKKNCKJ. Mis'Ktllie McRoberts, blue mull, dia twn, when tho arrost wai made. Once iu halt not the pei:ilence thai John D. Carpenter, iluitonville; J M Kliuore, Hii"f .inner ami uplift m many nints walketh be afraid for nor the destruction munds. the clutcbe of the law the rogue ncknowl "The colored Baptist churchof Stanfjrd will pay Stau'ord.Jimes Ueaslny, jtantnrd, J M. fnllips, we etu in darkne, l'erhaps the anchorite, bread arreat I'ennr, Htanfon, Mrs. Fannie Mi Hophie Hrigh, black silk, lies overelged to haying stolen the mule from Steve JItri reward for iliaino the and conviction oi tbn Man'ord; A. it Q sn W J rnlrim, Ijneaiter; church and wounded larra, Lancaster; person who tired fare, may conduce lo epintuality that wateih at noon day " Oh, that all anl wtter Uev. Gearce W. Hjltlniou the nUnt of tbe 2Jd Charles feandldue. Junction Cltv: W. M. Payne. drew; diamonds. Allen, in Clay county. This statement nt fn in Kouie, but I defly confia it is not eo would put their triHt in HIM' Carp'nttr I'taji Mtsi BirtieSntil, pink satin, Uce; goll. proTed true and bith the mule and the ui CRAh.jACKJtAS. AnK Shanks Dan Va Ab- - Preacbersville; Mrs E M. Orchard O. Manford, T. Mrs. Mfggla lioluor, Orab I alwav we ctn see, our programme is A far wuh oie. prearh better when 1 113 lyr ace. Lancaster Alki artkbano AI.KX. Smith. Ml Mina Lickey, cream satin, crystal in in were Uken hick there to run do mi to S.auford Monday evening; w( frd; and I hold there is an InliiiMie atn frou'; (lower. Col. W. O. Bradley fired the public and logical oonnectlon between the twr spend the night at Pink Cottage, on to Sum-errL'RAIl'ORCHARIl. heitt here Friday (in a horn)! A good r Tuesday, beginning there that uighl. Patupenu.; the and making a ''ijuee, Mis Annie Holme, scarlet silk; gold. crowd promptly rcponded to the music of Will i preaching in Richmond this lee" nut of one' mdf, in n t what 1 mean Miss Jean Buchanan, blue mull; pearls. Cniesmtn's band and the Garrard county I! U K.ierjU4 diet, tiken in diceetible week. How providentially he was halted OCULIST. Misi Irene Dillion, purple velvet, en etateiman male democratic fur tly for about quintitie, in certainly promotive of t'ue there just wl.rn he wa' O.herwise he Irain; dismoods. BRODHEAD, UtY. an hour an ahilf. He re hashed hi old ilrlliKhtr , it. Ik. JW'CI I I'lCAlU t.. ...... would have been in the midst of Wedneii- . ......k. T uur ' ...... HIS ,.n..,.l I'ROM OTHER TOWNS. d misstatements as to Kentucky Has had anexpei-- n cot of over llteoT yeirs, anl day' awful work of blood in Morehead, iij tiuht it to Timothy, whom he reMis Mae Ferguson, Covington, pink silk, finances and charged the democratic has treated pirty clal tuccesifully given to huudrels of cases Hpo-- 1 proved for taking to a blood thinni g regi-me- r Work, steady and enntuiuou, Is opening up attention Is tbe tnatment of all dislace overdrew; diamonds. with everv conceivable crime, from the tak- eases of tbe eves. Name and address ot patients and ex honed him earnestly to tj him. He has encasement alreidy Mis Mirv Annie Wilmore, Nicholas ing of human life to "l'litering around cured given ou application If doslred. like jlRr people, in moderation, ihe hel he mouths ahetd. 1'rai'e the LORD' d mull, satin bodice. ville, wilhoul any visible means of sustenancj." cou'd ge in no longer go about, practic Giw O. llAltSTS. Lier iu Jwtie, Mis Jesiie Hemphill, Nicholasville, em He charged Oov. Koott with writing Buck aljy proclaiming that ll.e ecrvice uf tho The democratic tidu wtnoti has been broidered 8wis, decollete; diiuirnJs ner's p3ech for him and undertook to con LOUD made r. itian h dyspeptic, I am Miss Beuio Drye, Hmtonvllle, white eat vince our peop'e of tie truthfulness of the Kentucky for tho pis', ru,e the Rweet religion of JeMii puti nVli weeping theStiteof ijoarier tf a century hi ga'hero I a groat in, bes.de'; Inmond. assertion by givn Col J. W. Jones as f on tbs bjne, a well a joy in thu heart. So Miss.Mio Ware, Hopkicsville, pink silk, 'CJpUISViat HtWAlBAIITXCHICASrfitX- I deil of driftwcod that w iljiitini arouud for the staieaient. Col Jones avers I believe an I o I preich. To mike the loose ou tlif K)liticl wavtv that will now entrair; ruble. he never said such a thing in his life and L'lHD "hird iuaier" aod nn "aulre Mies E la E li', Bird'town, white satin that Col Bradley had no nuthority for so leave il Ilnsverwi deaiticralic timber, m in" h to do III in a rruel wrong, an the I r and was never at home on the riemocrUic intural llowers fmhzz ?r-- ' staling. "Thus runs the world away," but devi' wilt ml fail to put it down in fist Jcnu'm Hughw, Veraaillei. white; in auy evmt everybody knows that Bradley C23 Mi LKAM.Sd BOTH tide. There is much of it tint will never i litiK acouni" lie iano aeduloiixly runaiiig beat home in nny parly; in Cict, it is tljat mill'; llowers. , intuleeimihr charges before ho came here. LOl'XSYILLU A VUSClSSATt up gamt all who give him a chance; lo shop Mim Eiiunri Hughes, Verdllle, while He fought the war over from the firing of ing rubbish and drifts with hI new current. be pi in full, what time he tin a right to iMtly, secures lo travelers pearls. We want to warn democrats, especially oaibroidered mull; the first gun at Fort Sumpter to tho surforeclose bin mortgage on hi to beware of Ihe teachMisi Kate Dodd, Nishville, white silk, render of Leo at Appoma.lt x and is etill young deuiocr-itsjksnI.j, tiiomi'.sos, ntori:. unhappy victim. I know good p.iple, ings RAPID SERVICE id politicil neither cock'. Wrien you deooleti; diamond. figbtint; he paid his recpicts to Grovcr THE Work cone la the latest Style, with neatnosa who are u retl'y ccmnnlting auicide, with find a man who has been voting with the Mi4 Jeii'ie Alkion, Lexington, laycuier Cleveland and the rebel fhi: incident, and aud dispatch. J.allei' ami Cblldmi's work inout it ad knowing it, m any uf the attcmptiKl liptween tho great commercial democints, and claiming to bd a democrat, satin, Lice overdres ; llowers. warned a deluded people thai unless they Ever thoOhl) Rlvei' aud llilrnifit, and hence vited poiain lakinvi going oil into (I e I ibor or protub.lion pir Mm Olhe Gregory, Kichmond, shell ceased to vote the democratic ticket this the lasteit time and most cauifonable trains bo tween all nolnts in the.S'Mii7i. or to tlio il'cst ab jut eyery day in the wr" lie wu ty, inquire into hi antecedents and you pink; natural llowers. of this train country would acain be reeking with blood and Aortliircnt. lbocounta-par- t pipaf. Go give' no mtn n right to kill will find that ho is mne of the driftwood Louisville, blue from quo end to the other in lees than no on all trunk Hues Is denominated Tim Limit Biunie Grabble, Mi vil I'.rpWHH. Tho superb rolllnc stock o cm 1 liioi'f.f, or nbue hlninelf, in UU atrflce thai ha been floating with the tide and satin; diamond. tune, and e7en his valor could not cave it nlov dIvus nitrons rjilinf il fVjniVji'f.ouuiu kjj Aiau for t )' "icupltt renin llitt the mliuiu ni tro Mi Sillie Finnell, Georgetown, silk agaii ! The enthusiastic ' toys in blue" you will nndLoiipou aicaei unices in iuo Jlo-lioptriiap rotten it thai. D in'i be drceived our tiuio tables nnd tickets, eay thini inent ibly "harln b.ck" ou iIih Mi-te- r, Ct't Monon and stick to .Tonoil, if STANrOJZO. by them, but follow nhere the ilem critic lice, natural flowers who fought with the colonel during the you wanttosivu money and havo a pleasant Jourw appoint the work for 11m erymt Ihg II iM. - Wet Liberty Gem. E. O. MrCOKMICK, The gentlemen from Louisville were "wali"sud who occupied teats as near the ney. Oeneral Passenger Agent. Chicago. iid i wholly responsible for their to d Propr 8DHWHIDE P.. Messrs. L. L. Hern Ion and F. M. Lippo Cltylicket Agents and Otrkcrs: spetker as pocs ble, cheered him to the Ml St. Klia is the highe'i mountain in K. A IIlXkNKit, 2J7 1th Ave, IxiuIstIIIc, Ky. cioi m t ) turtii iu prf inning it X .ii The Lancaster geallemen wero Me'srs. echo everytimo the wcrd pension incident- I. M. ToaaKNrK, 17J Mne at., Ciuclnnatl, O North America. It i 17,000 feet high. Hut can hud a cine in the Now Testament f Well ThiB Old Sim Duucin, Louis Lindram, George ally worked its way into the discourse. LORD'S work, a't'io' .Soruu.in Bolivia, i tho life lied', iu Auieri-ci- . Bradley, Kee Kinnaird, W. J. Kinnaird, in doing tho Hotol Still Maintaina its Federsl aid was vigorously appealed loand It reaches "1,100 feet above the sea coji few unntion of nickn-- i High there art Will Berksle, Victor from beginning to end the speech was Joliti Faulkner, AND ing In, by aidu attack of Sitao, o.i ti ni'a level. I'tie longest bridge in ttm world is Wberritl, W. A. Mulllns, John Lair, Will nifisterpbce of Fpecial pltading for voles Its Proprietor is Determined that eeryante, for other reaon apirt from tho in C lina I'h roadway i 70 feet wide nnd Owsley, J. II. Brown, J. E. Slormee, S C (which heaven knows he needs badly "illue-OruHb gTnero are 300 arohej with it Shall bo Second to no Country ltoute." vork they were engaged in. They all died 70 Denny, H. T. Logan, E K. Higgins and enough) Many aro of the opinion the el Hotel in the State in its Fare, of which violent deth, gladly yielding up their pillars 7o fel spirt, each one James Wen. Appointments, 5r Atten fort fell fir below Mr Bradley's standard, Shortest and Quickest Route from Oei binrs a pedestal on which i the figure of a Uvea for their den Ma.er, but no pallid tion to Comfort of From Danville, Frank Fox, W. W. and while everyone who knows him has the North, tral Kentuosy to all Points lion 21 feet long and made out of one solid thoir Quests dyspeptic, nor nallow, Bob McKee, Will Dugan, R. highest regrri Tir him personally, none Wiseman, East, West and Southwest. Hooker," Will Guest and Lee who know of the Limb" in found among the block of marble. "follower Fast Line Between Qaty, Bub him have the utmost confidence Baggage will be conveyed to and from tb It The process for making beautiful colored Dunlap. men of whom "(he world was not worthy " free of charge. Special accommodation in his political utterances Still be will to Commercial Travelers. Tho liar will gave Hi photographs has recently been perlecled by Oar dear Baylor Himself ftladly Richmond, Ambrose Dudley, Curt get the republicsn vote, but that is all, al LEXINGTON d: CINCINNATI From always supplied with the choicest negative of Humo, Chas. Brick, Robt. Dunn ann Cileb no recorded case of lck-n- e an English photographer. A arandsof Llqiors aid Clears. life a ramom; but though more is claimed .'or him; but when ever Bullied that life, o perfect in it the sitter is taken on a sen'itizsd plate by Shearer. you hear anyone say be will get even one Throuith tickets and bazgage checked to snj obedience to every "law ot health;" which blectric light. From the negative a posireached by railroad. Gill Cooper, George Penny, W. A. Trib Union democrat, to which class he appeal- destination particulars, acall on any agent of the For full "holy and jul tive is produced on a cheminallrtreated ie, indeed, the law of God D. R. Cirpealer, Mark Hardin, Eph ed most pathetically, you can just say he company, or ble, V. A.FEELEY, d F. B. MOIWE, and good." If you hear of any of tho troupe basis by the atu of a solar camera and a Pennington, Tom Lackey, Newt Craig, Joe won'i do any such thine. Trav. Pass. Agent, (Ion. Pass. Agent, getting sick, don't charge it to "high liv- spectroscopic arrangement Lexington, Kj The image is Embry, Bailey Hill, R. G. Denny, Hervoy Covington, Ky. U E. HUNTINGTON' Receiver. Drunkenneu or the Liquor Habit Positively Mill. HI! 1'AID 10U ing," or "B ue Grais cooking," but to our produced in color without Ihe aid of hand Helm, J. S. Owsley, Jr., Will Craig, Robi Covington, Ky. eneral unices, Cured by administering Dr. Haines' folly in not knowing or not caring work or brush. own Golden Spociflc. uRBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, While, George Keller, Gabe Lackey, Jim It can bo "h en In a am of coffee or tea with WALTON'S OPERA when to leave off. High living in its propHOUSE, Reid, Eddie Walton, Bob Hail, from Stanout the knowledge of tho iersoii taking It) Is 1 Premium, er definition of "the very best food one can S1.000.00 absolutelv harmless and will effect a norma ford, STANFORD, KY. nent nml speed v cure, whether the patient Is a 5500.00 each anybody albeit many peo2 Premiums, eat," UHver hurt Wlen Jlaliy waa alck, w her Cutorla, moderate drinker or nn alcoholic wreck. S250.00 it Aa tbe Appellate Coutt In now constitu 6 Premiums, very excellent people, yearly "dig Wlen she wm a Child, rto Thousands of drunkards lime been madetem-iicrntninple and she cried for Castorla, SIOO.OO ii lioliac taken Colden Hpeclllo WALTON BROS. - Proprito a. 25 Premiums, ia no remedy for its ted there it their grave with their Uuth." In tlielr coflto without tlielr knowledge, and S50.00 ii When alio becaras UIm, ih clnnc to Caorli, 100 Premiums, y liclieie tliey iiult drinking of their own action in sight. If the people should conWile aud I find ourselves in the unique When (lie had ChlMreu, the gara them S20.00 Premiums, 200 free will. IT NKVEIt FAILS. The sstem Cutoriv clude to elect younger and more vigorous $10.00 ii once liuprrciiatPd with the Htioclflc It become! position of gutele to tinea bachelor broth1,000 Premiums, an utterlmposslblllty forthelliiuoratiietiteto tlio of Stage, 20x50. Eight complete sets ol Been.probaMv ba tin improre-tnent- . men there would ers merchant in the village, and general exist. Tor full particulars, iidilress GOLDEN ikatlug capacity, intludlng gallery, 0jFor full imrtlciilnrs and dirfccioni aeo Circuvry Coviogion Commonwealth Ursirnable ratei to ckxI attnettons. lar fn iss r wound of AntwcKuci' Uorrcc SPECIFIC CO., 185 Ilace St., Clnclunatl, U, liadon the eldest of whom, Mr. Tom kind-hearlE JETJETj main-llniu- BARNES Id well-kno- -- us jl.oui).' AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LOUWVIJjLE, tEiriiirn 'J.f 1 ICE! EC53 ICE! (1'iO-ly- .) Per W hn i- 203-C- Struct. WILLIS HOUSE, n id n TACKNON HOUE, M, a .fssnuos d n . 1 mt 1 207-G- well-know- n, XIKTOGKAFlIX:Kt i'U-ate- jt n. y i $100 KEWAKD ! ! Wal-dal- k, tlh 1 niM.s.iiunnm',, jjpBp 'ig and-drie- - el 0-om hand-painte- , 1 1 A NEW FASTMAIL iJHfcJ 1 ' irs nmm mn mm cut-thro- 1ST brain-blowin- g, c't-Us- ng rd 1 MYERS HOTEL, kv a. lth lh.i. ilnown and Reputation, - H $25,000.00 GOLD! IN en alow-movin- g V. V -- - -- - 1" mm) it '!"-- trmmmjrrrAvtt Ssmi-MccIilLi uunmwcrMraMB3ifg-TWww- E njujiiimimumutmtinnuxKiwtnmuiimia Commit-teo entitled "FactH for the People," which Is a very complete refutation of Bra.lluy's hlacie in rgrd to Jano 23, 1887 State affairs. Bjing compiled from tho ofStanford, KyM ficial recordj, to which Bradley lm as much sccss ns anybody, the Infercnro is plain W. P. WALTON. that the warrior from G.rrard has not sought facts for his arguments, but relies DEMOCRATIC TICKET. on his imagination and his reckless use of the truth to misleid those unacquainted BOLlVAll BUCK-NEOotknor-SIMO- N F with the real state of affairs. The docucl Hart County. JAMES W. BHYAN, ment though small li very comprehensive Likutkmaht Oovkbnob and is said to have bean prepared by Gov. of Kenton county. Attobnkv OK.NEBil. P. V. HARDIN, oi Knott and Auditor Hewitt. It should be Mercer county. in the hands of every voter in the State. has Issued a pimpnle'. If tiotonnrai The Democratic 8tate Csntral 1SS0 is an increase of that of 1SS5. The production of coal for the year 1 755 3S1 tona oyer U 7. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. - Auditor-FAYKT- TE IlEWITT, of IHrdln county. TKiuKR-JAMES W. TATE, ol Woodford OF PUBLIC INSTBUCTIOS. 11. The story saw goes that when Craig Tolliver said county. JOSEP1I DE8UA PICKETr, of Fayette county. COBBETT.ofMcCrtcien county. J. D. PETTUS, LKGistiTUEK-D- r. county. SOrEBINIKSDKMT that he must die, he putled off his boots, remarking, "They have always Bkchstkr of tuk Und Offick-TIIOM- AS that I'd die with my boots on, but I'll be d d if I do," and that he was in his sock feet when he fell, attempting to get through the lines of the determined posse. Well, if that was any comfort to his dying moments the people will not begrudge it: What they wanted was to be rid of him, boots or no boots, and they are, praise to God and thanks to Sheriff Hogg! A. T. Wood, of Mt. Sterling, hai accspt-e- d the nomination by the Republican Executive Committee for attorney general in the pla:e of Feland, declined. He will shy his little castor into the ring, but will hardly tackle Watt Hardin. That is, he will not, if he is smart onouh to lead r goose to water. NOTES OF CURRENT EHMTS. Lincoln TurtNEit, the miserable brute who is to die at the end of a rope in Louisville next Friday for the murder of Jennie Bowman, is is bavins his fun all the same even if it in eight of the gallows. For fear that he might cheat the law bjeuicide the jailer had placed a guard over him day and night and had ordered that none but his spiritual Turner be permitted in his cell. raved tud snorted at the curtailment of his liberty Int finally quieted don and proceeded to eel even with hia keepers. Scraping a little whitewash from the walla of his narrow quarters he emptied it into a vial and Retting where the guard could see the performance he delibarately swallowed the potion. Soon he began to wall his eyes and moan and tho frightened guard aauml-ethe alarm that Turner had taken poison. A doctor with a stomach pump was dispatched for who went at onco to the cell to find tho condemied man fairly convulsed with laughter nvr the auccos of his joke. It was a grave subject and a urave time for its use, but ai Nero could fiddle while Rome burned, we can't blame Turner for having a little fun even if it is done under the shadow of the callows. rs d Col Er.ADLEY told his audience here that he had scared the democratic party into making the grandest effort of its Ufa, even though it endeavored to maintain its ascendency by an "appeal to men's bellies instead of their braini" as it was doing in its barbecues. The Colonel is deposed to be egotistical. It would take a heavier weight than be and a speech better than the one he has learned by heart to scire any body. The republican ticket would get folly as many votes if he had staid at home and eawed wood and eaid nothing. The Secretary of State, Hon. Jim has succeeded in organizing a Mu- tual Protective Society in Bowan, the members of it pledging themselyes to obey the laws and require all others in that section to do so. No guilty man is to escape, but a fair trial and protection from violence is guaranteed. With all of the leaders of the lawlessness In their grave or in exile, we can see no reason that Rowan should not become a model of peace and law-abidi- The United States Court having given judgment against the county of Taylor for the interest on $450,000, the amount of its railroad debt, Marshall Gross went to Camp bellsville to arrange for its collection, but found the people 10 opposed to it that he retired and gave them 15 days to reOect over the matter. Gross says be is bound to collect the money and will do it if he has to have the United Slates troops called out. I Ciiaiq Tolliver is still dead. Wo mako this announcement to assure our readers who have moro than once rejoiced too soon at reports of his death. The King of Rowan is done for this time sure and peace spreads her mantle over his late tur All honor to Sheriff bulent dominion. Hogg and his daring posse for ridding the Slate cf hie baleful presence. Gen. James SrEED, attorney general under Lincoln, and a lawyer and statesman of much note, died at his home near Louisaged 74, His health had been failing for sometime. Oa the same day, at Rochester, New York, Freeman Clark, controller o( the currency under the same president, paajel awty, aged 78. ville, Saturday, The Third Internal Rsvenue District of New York is the only one now held by a republics collector in the whole United States. Mr. Cleveland should fire him at oace and mike the thing unanimous. To the victors balon a'l the spoils and they should not be kept from their enjoyment. The Knights of Honor in Louievlllet Xew Albany and Jeflersonville will celebrate the 14th anniversary of the order at Central Park, Louisville, June 30th. There will be an illuminated street parade, jubilee and speeches Wr Thomas D Oiborne has our thanks for an invitation. I The act of the Legislature to take a vote on the question of calling a constitutional convention appears on our fouith page. The method is different from that previously observed and voters would do well to peruse the law carefully. The labor nominee for governor, Farmer Cardin, of Crittenden, declines the empty honor with thanks. This makes two of the ticket to decline and if it keepson the alleged party will have to meet and do its work over again. And now comes Granddaddy Munnell,of the Louisville Democrat, and says we are to All etop calling him "Billy O'Brsdley." you old right, ain't a fellow to have no say, but fan at all? In Louisville Sunday 1,538 people visited the murderer, Turner, in jail, dog-on-i- Fire broke out in a mine near Nevada City, Nevada, and five men were suffocated. Tho readjustment of salaries reduces the numb?r of presidential postoffices in the United States 22 and leaves the total 2,330. The Texis Court of Appeals has overruled the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the matter of the drummers' tax. Alfred Blunt, a hunchback, whose jealousy of his wife caused him to hack her to death with a hatchet, was hung at St. Louis Friday. The directors of Georgetown College have agreed to let it remain in that town if it shall raise $25,000 additional for the endowment fund. The town of Birdstoivn and the two magisterial districts 1 and 9, in Nehon county, will voto on the local option question in Anquit. The whole number of postoffices in Kentucky is 1,822, of which 3S are preputial, 11 of which were raised $100 by the recent adjustment. A gas explosion in a mine at Nanti- coke, Pennsylvania, resulted in the death of four miners and the possible death of four others, injured. Harper and Hopkins, two of the Fidelity Bank officials, were surrendered by their bondsmen and they were lodged in the county jail at Cincinnati. At Ringgold, Georgia, a man named Dennis killed a father and two sons, named Clark, in a quarrel, which originated with one of the eons. The leader in the recent train robbery in Texas has been arrested. He is known bb "Captain Dick," a gambler and a former msrjhalof Luling, Texas. Dr.Watte'j InJiaa Sho ha? bjea attached at Lexington by John O'Neil, who wants $5,000 for a broken leg caued by the falling of the seats of the tent. The prohibition candidate for the leg ielature in Palaaki bought the Somerset Reporter at the commissioner's sale, but Editor Rucker will continue to run it. Tho Louisville Southern Riilioad Co. has made a mortgage for $2,500,000 to the Louisville Safety Vault and Trust Com p.a ny to raise money to complete the road. and The Agricultural, Mechanical Polytechnic Institute of Alabama, located at Auburn, was burned Friday. The Ices is estimated at $100,000; insurance $30,000. Two negroes arretted in Cincinnati on Tuesday for burglary were tried in Louisville Wednesday and Friday were lodged ia the penitentiary at Frankfort for five years each. The Supreme Court of New York has decided that a hotel-keepcan let his guests have liquor or anything else they want on Sundays, but they must keep their saloons closed. The fellow, Steve Peer, who croesed Niagara on a wire, attempted it again Saturday while under the influence of liquor and went headlong into the raging waters. James Webo, who lived at Koscicusko, Mississippi, gave his wife strychnine and told her it was calomel. The woman died; Webb was arrested and put in jail, from whence he was taken by a mob and hanged to a trestle. Tne Kentucky Chautauqua Assembly will bold its annual session in Woodland Park, Lexington, beginning next Tuesday and concluding Friday, July 8. A number of distinguished men and women will deliver addresses, among them Sam Jones, of Georgia. Win. Ramey, of Rowan county, and his son, Henry, have left for Wisconsin for their health and will not return. John Rogers, of the same county has gone to Ohio, and Allie Young, who is under arrest at Mt. Sterling, says he had rather die than be taken back to Morehead. Circuit Judge W. E. Russell, of Marion county, decided last week that where the United States government has granted a retailer a license to sell liquors, a subsequent voting of prohibition under the local option law will not deprive the retailer of the privilege of selling during the period for which the United States license had been granted. The question will probably be tested by appeal, er Ex-Sher- estimated that tho loss of wages employes in Chi to striking and locked-ou- t cago already reaches $2,500,000. Measles are raging at the Hppkinsville Lunatic Asylum. Forty patijnts are down with it and two have already died. InstiHerman Hale, the Short-hantute man at Louisville, has skipped, owing many unpaid bills, a majority of them ad vertising accounts. Conrad Doll, in Oiio, found a letter written to her by his wife's paramour and in the fit of passion produced by it killed her and their only child. John Rogers, who Aid from Morehoad when Tolliver was killod, was arrested at Mt. Sterling and held In $7,500 to answ er ness. for the murder of the Logans. J. W. Mullins has started his brick Secretary Falrchlld has ordered all As kiln and most of the idle boys are at work sistant Treasurers to pay the July Interest in the yard, Including the captain of the urton presentation of coupons. The t fleet base-bal- l nine. GKU. II. UKUUK. of this order will bo the release of $0,000,-00Johnny Green, the little negro who Woodbine has levied a tax of 2o cents had his feet so badly frozm a couple of on the $100 worth of property, and a poll winters since, necessitating amputation, e one day last week. of 50 cents on each voter, for the purpose died at the To those who are unacquainted with the public echcol bulletin; of improving the location of tho postoffice we would say and grounds. it can be found opposite the court-housGeorge Cjrdier, of Wayne, went to Greenwood and got drunk. Then he com- Mail matter should be left there instead of menced to Rick and cuff a negro who let carrying it to the depot. W. H. Albright, at Round Stone, has him have it with a pistol, mortally wound-in- g Those haviLg a started his distillery. him. Tho negro escaped. has just dieJ a', the prejudico regarding the politics ct the An Englishman Lexincton Lunatic Asylum, after 21 years' liquor they use can chooss between Al confinement, whose name and antecedents bright and Bethuram, democrat and repubThe prohibitionists were unknown. "Jeremiah the Prophet," lican respectively. have not made a run at their brewery yet. only name he recognized. was the Dr. Davis, our prccnt Superintendent Noah Park, who lives in Tennessee, near Greenwood, Ky., is in jail for throw- of Schools, a nice, clever gentleman, a rethat he ing his wife into a well. A woman whom publican, is under the impre-sio- n in his been keeping and for whom he com- has the nomination and he had vest pocket. Probably when the voles are mitted the murder, gave him nnay. Four large buildings beloi'ninj to the counted the Dr. will not find that vest pock Chicago Packing and Provision Company et over stuffed with In I lots. Tho demowere destroyed by fire Sunday morning, In- crats will give him a warmer time than ho volving a loss of a million and a quarter anticipates. Miss Cleo Williams is Crab dollars. Thousands of hogs cut up for packWillis Adams Orchard and Lexington. ing or canning were roasted in the fire. Wiley nnd family aro in Garrard. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT . Mullins took a Hying trip to London SatLancaster. urday. It is eaid that he and Mr. Muncy Married on June 22, at Newport, Mr. will organ'z: a lodge of Knights of Labor Robert U. Fox, of this county, to Mrs. H. here. Major William Hysrs, an old Texas C. Hamilton, of Lancaster. friend of the writer, I here in that much We more that the city fathers have the maligned calliog the lightning rod l.utl-neefence aiound Central Park painted or whitewashed one. It looks opprobrious. Al 2 o'clock Friday night tho ricging A special term of the Garrard circuit cf bells and firing of guns aroused our court will be held July 0 h at Lancaster citizens from their slumbers to find the for the trial of equity and criminal cases. Urge barn and stable of II. C. Gentry in Unless we havo rain the hemp crop, flames. which was The dwelling-house- , will be seriously injured. Gardens are suf- but a short distance from it, was saved. fering for rain. Tho wheat crop is generally The barn was stored with hay and corn. harvested. No insurance. It is supposed that the fire Uncle Jack Burnside, of the Paint was incendiary or accidental by sleeping Lick neighborhood, wsb Iu town yesterday tramp. (Monday) for the first time since last OctoWe aro told by our republican friends ber. His health is much improved, that Mr. Eaell, of Laurel, will be present E. H. Walker, E-- , shipped a car- today, Monday, to reply to the speeches of load of tobacco last week, for which he real- Hon James A. McKetzieand G Matt Adized 10 cents per pound. There will be no ams. Good and well enough. Friend Ew tobacco raised in Garrard county this year. ell may with before these gentlemen are L F. Hobble ia on the sick lit. Capt. through with him he had remained in the T, A. Elkin has not been in town for sever- fastnestee of his native heath instead ot venal days. He is reported to b3 riding a bind turing out where he is liable to be literally er. Eld. G. W. Yancey is on a business "chawed up" with solid argumentivo demtrip to Williamsburg. ocracy. The hop Tuesday night was a success Mr. G. P. Ramsey meeting with somo in every way. There were people present objectiou when he asked the young lady's from Richmond, Nicholaeville, Louisville, father concluded that an elopement was in Danville and Sianford. The music was order. Last Wednesday, in company with furnished by Wolfe & Tret's band and his intended, Miss Jennie Coffey, he attendexcellent; the ladies all looked well, the ed the commencement at Birea and took gentlemcp manly and they danced nil night the evening south bound train for Livingstill broad daylight. ton, made connection with tho L AN, aud Tho following speakers will be present travelled to Jellico, Tenn , where they at the grand district barbecue to be held were married returning here Thursday to in the woodlands of Capt. T. A. Etkin and receive congratulations from their numer A. C. Robinson near Gilberts Creek station ous friends. on July 14: Hons. J. A. McKenzie, J. G. Mies Ida Adams accompanied by Mrs' Carlisle, J. B Beck, Jo Blackburn, Dan Cha. Turner returned from Louisville Voohees, J. W. Bryan, Watt Hardin, W. C. Sunday. Smith Prewitt has gone South P. Breckenridge, John Young Brown, W. with a sleight-of-hanshow. Robt. D. C. 0cus, Henry Watterson and J. B. Cook, the legal light of Reedville, was here Friday. B. II. Joplin is now a tonsorial Squire L. R Schooler, of this county, artis. J. W. Neabitt, of our place, thi died on Thursday evening at home. He largest stave dealer in the mountains, and Administrator of Garrard was Public the best judge of a stave, is shipping a county at the time of his demise and was direct to Liverlarge number of for many yeara magistrate for district No. pool via, Boston. 1. He wbb a good citizen and in affluent W. O. Bradley spoke here Thursday circumstances. His wife and three chil last to a good crowd of republicans and a dren survive htm. His remains were laid sprinkling of democrats. He used almost to rest in the Lancaster cemetery on Friday the same arguments as in his speeches at evening. other places, charging the democrats with WHIT LET COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, miemanigement of State affairs and our bowSaturday at 10 A. M., country would go to the dem-nltiCourt adjourned wows if he was not made governor of this session of three weeks. after a Dr.A.Gatliff, G N. Bproul, 8. Stan-fil- l, great and glorious old Commonwealth, If J. P. Mahan, M. L Davis andW. G. the State depends on being saved by his s McClancy went to London yesterday to at- being made governor then the tend the prohibition Senatorial convention. will get her by a large majority. War seems to be imminent between the L. D, 8ullivan, sheriff, and posse, left with the follow- Laiwells and Adams on Brush Creek, over this morning for Frankfort ing prisoners. William Wilson, charged the intimacy that has existed between one with rape, sentenced for life; William of thn woaaen and a man of the different Broughton, murder, five yeap; Joseph Har- families. No blood has yet been spilt, but ris, colored, burglary, two years; John Wil- both parties are prepared for it. One of son, burglary, two cases, sentenced In first the Adams was called up the road a short one year and in second two years, making distance from his house, being told that a three years in all; Robert Johnson, for big- woman had cent for him. After going a few hundred yards some ono attempted to amy, three years. JOE F.WATERB. W. O. Bradley spoke to a house crowd- shoot him from the bushes, but the gun Adams ran who eeerned snapped and failed to fire. ed with republicans Saturday, to be impressed with his epsech and from back nnd armed himself, but thought it what I could learn (not being present) It best not to return to the spot. was not made up of blackguardism, as was Mt.8ai.em. "Bud" Dunn Is very seri his list speech be made in our town. Conis said, by being over of Tennessee, was present ously ill, caused, it gressman Houk, with heat while at work. Mrs, Sal-li- e and made a few remarks, in which he said come B. Dau.berty is also sick with flux. he "supposed there were Borne few demo had never yet ;heard II. H. MoAninch has just recovered from crats hero, that he This disease appears to be pre or read of the place wnere thero the flux. vailing in some localities, Emmett were no democrats, exespt in heaven; eaid baa just returned from Cincinnati he never heard of a democrat in heaven." attending to the sale of read much about heaven, where he han been Guess he never comprehensive Iambs. He reports a glutted market. Our stock is anyway, as he don't seem to know much his of close buyers. JS. T. about it. It in d Joshua Boreing, Jr ,.is down with inflammatory rheumatism. All of the public schools of the county haye employed teachers, The blackberry crop Is Immenfo and DMAI.U8 IH- pie eaters are correspondingly happy. have just returned from tho city I Books, Stationery and with a nice line of cool, summer clothing Drugs, Fancy Articles. 21 C. W. Ping. cfl' the horns of A freight train cut Phvilclsni' rrricrlptloni rcuftrly compounded. Alio Judge Colyer's cow the other day without doing further damage. D. P. Bethuram.the distiller, will be 21 on a charge of retailing tried July Tho Largest Btook of Watches, Clocks, liquor, contrary to the prohibition laws, Jewelry and Silverware James Taylor of Scaffold Cone, who was insane a short time since, is reported to Krer bought to this mirkrt 1tIw Iwor than WstchM, Clockt and Jcwelrr Hw the be fully recovered and is attending to busipaired on short nolle nd Warrant!. Jiu II Mini, p"CVfcv-i-w i'WiiH"'i'm KB PHARMACIST, VI t&Akrl i tmmcjml ) . Va JEWELER- v &s(?5 vmSt 0. II. J. McItOIJF.ItTN. poor-hous- BMWm & JHeSOBSSSS e. CLOTHING! BOOTS & SHOES, GOODS ! SENTS' FtiftNlSHiNQ tS, yt fcO. s. i1 "JtTj IX7 CT-c3-Jriil3 ZIlT- - T. R. WALTON'S -- jSuT1- JKf WMOvwar - SCYTHES & SNATHS .A.T car-loa- T. R. WALTON'S - on bow-wow- BACON WANTED SX" - T. R. WALTON. JOHN P. DAVIB. -- 4 WATERS & DAVIS, Doalors In e, MAIN STREET, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. ---- -- STANFORD KY. and brand new and prices suit oven the closest Come to ssa us early and often. if Snni-SfWi)nidoyonr- n miiu.wiwi.swmiiwisw.iiMMmiiriiiiiiuiiiiiiiMwisiii On. Em Alcoiin ai trustee for J. A. Mjup Co. will tll all thoir eflectn July l'l. Sfu notice on tliM page. 'ijBnmnraK.varKviimunumKDtmu DEATHS. fcjMMVwijmuxiwyiMiH - yjjrvicoxjjyitaig,tirfKtijAJ' "Sr . - i - T"irr - - nn mmr nri 1 t .liW-- ' Stanford, Ky E. O. WALTON. Juno 23, 1887 - UualnoflB MftunRor. John I) llAitnia spoke for the democratio nominees at Lincaster ycater- drty iind his ellart wa much complimented V, L.AN. Mall train going LOCAL TIME CARD. .11 89 1 North. ... Boutn . hzpnss train" Boutb.... ' " . " Horn...... The jotb ti calculated on standard mli jbout 20 mlnuloalastor .IXIi.li Mine. Solar m. t 45 a, 31 The drug ature recently advertised for stle in thi ptpcr was Dr. Wood F. Dicker-sonnt Mt. 8'crllu and he has sold it to t. u. Dr. Phillip, of Dinyille. P.M. m - s $1 r- A. C. LOCAL TIME CARD, of the bubecue to he held in Elkin's woods July 11, will be let July 1. Send sealed bids to H II The booth privlllges Tomlinson, Lancaster, till that day. No rain yet. The grats fields look like they do in the fall, while tho gardens are literally dricJ up It has been a splendid TraJni leave Rowland ats anJ 7.20 a. llturnltg, airlveat Cand 8:55 r. v. haryetting spell but growing crop have ready mixed patntn are to be iofltred. TitK had at A. It. 1'cnny'i. I NOW bare on hand the largett and best g Auk your Krocer for the Cincinunti Co.' crackera and cake. line of furniture that was ever oflered in V atciikh and Jewelry repaired on nhor this town and at prices. CaII notice and warranted by A. K. Penny. and be convinced that I mean business, II. fiTANDAiin ready mixed paint; ciualitT K. Wearen. and durability guaranteed at McKbirt ft The Christian Sundayschool has in lock of jowolrjr, latent crrared lis membership liOin the lust quarA cohi'Lkti: A, ter, making the total now on the roll 172 tjle. ltockford watches a aiiecialty. K. Penny. Superintendent George II. Bruce has been The firm of Penny & McAliattr having doing good work. dietolved, the account are ready or fettle You may Mar-iicifnt. (inne at once and F. U. Hilly, of London, fayi) cr.t. tu k two hard looking chaps to Louisville yesterday charged with nioonshlniug. Kiley PERSONAL. knows how to keep a hotel as well as how -- Mih Fa ititis U vinilini; in Din to eaten n moonnhiner. Tlllf. Haydem inrecoTerlncfrom Ma J. The brick work of the Presbvterluo a pptll of fiTrr church was let yesterday to Henry Ilsugli-ma- n Mirw Tii.mk Ham. 1is returned from f.ir J1.S0O; the plastering to J. IJ. Hlg. a flail to Kirkuville. girsat 22 cents a yard and tho masonry to Mit. T. J. Hiiow.s ha Rone to IVoe-oc- l, Craig Jjckman at $2 2j a perch. The Ohio, to j)nd a month or ro. wood work i held fjr further letting. Misa Mamie Welch, of Nicliolaaville, By the recent readjustment of p3ttns-tr- .' if with her mint, Mr. Dr M. L Honrno. eUn- KHnford remans at Jl 300; Mrs. lUiiiAri. Joski, of I It id county, Urcister at $1,10(1; Danville nt $1,800; M Terr III f the U not expecttt jx and Harrodxburg at $1 500; Richmond at to lire. and so on. Simerel alone in this sec MitH Kate Ikxu.B, of HnMonvillp, tion Is increased and now receives $1,200. wan down with her father, lliv. J. A. Ih gle, yenlerday. Till Bicycle Tournament next Saturday Mu. J. C Cowan 1m a position a promises to 1m the evont of the season. A traveling nle-miafor a Cincinnati boot pol brass btnd and orchestra have been nod ehoo houce. and a b g time is for the ocrs-ioMiw. (JeoiuieI) Wr.uiF.N and Jeanie oxn-ctp- l by all. Witch for the street pahive been Tfitiiitf t'.e fiiaily of Mr. V. II. rade nt 'J o'c ock. lwtrybady on wheels. Wearen at Kirkaville X 1x1 no Killed Freight train Xo. 31 P.r.v and Miw K. II. Mahony are ran over a negro lying on the trsck a mile orcr from Milleraburt; on n vioit to Mr. beyond tabmoii yesterday morning and litmil Mr. A U Penny Mrts J. I. Mt Kinney armed on the erally scattered hia body to the four winds 11:JS train lat night and it the KUet cf tils name was Frank White and he had been around Lsbanon drunk the day beMr. (MI McKinney'o family. Miks Mahtha Looan, of Louiarille, fore and Mr J. C. Coldwell, of K.Iztbethtown, Undeii the new revenue law C per cent. is added to all taxes not paid by September. are rumI of Mr. Jimea I'ltxton. It is not optional with the sheriff, but he is X. A HiriiAiitON, blai, our forced to collect the additional amount, renbe, panned on to Frinkfort which goes directly to the State. Read yesterday looting it natural a life. Mu. J. W. Kout has accepted the po- Sheriff Xewlnnd's notice in this paper and sition of salesman for Snell & Howland, pay your taxes at ones. n St. LouN, and will (tart on the rounda this Whill Judge Hargis was at Cjrbln the LOCAL NOTICES. It Ua-kin- lock-botto- ' Prof. Piixtoti arrived with the corpse cf his baby Friday night, and alter a short funeral service tt the Cjllegn by Rev. A. S; MofTett it was laid beside its mother in Buffalo Spring Cemetery Kititrday morning. Mr. Andrew Miller, who came to this county from Cmton Argau, Switzerland, 20 yeirs ago, died suddenly Saturday night of heart disease, aged 50 years He was for 18 years toll gatekeeper at the double gate on the Hustonvllle pike, combining that business with his trade of shoemaker. Strictly lioneU and careful of the Interests of the companies ho worked for, he was held in high esteem by the officers ss well as by tho cltlzins gooerally, II9 h,d accu mulated some property which with the insurance that she will get on his life in tho Knights of Honor will leave his widow in comfortable circumstance. Mr. Miller was of great assistance to the Swiss settlors here, acting as their Interpreter, seeing that they were not swindled by designing men and helping them in various ways without charge. The remains were interred by the Knights of Honor in Buffalo cemetery yesterday. RELIUT0US al Rey. Baxter Barbee has just closed a meeting at tho Cumberland Presbyterian church, Hopkinsville, which resulted in 10 conversions nd 21 additions South Ken-tuckia- Lim - 11 $1,-(M- em-age- d n s Mauy Siieakiu, Ktith Jone other day a deputy sheriff arrested a man and summoned the late Chief Justice to and Leila Prewilt, are the gutfti of Mioa help him tie him He responded with Malo Lwls in the Turnerrille nelgh-lorhood. week. Mi'Wta Mns. ia Ji'ikie J. 8 f KiNimic-K.o- f Somr-r-el- , thecil-ato- Alcorn. Judce and Mr. J. V. The Judge wan much improved Fiiank llAnim and alacrity, the man was tied and the officer went on his way without knowing who his distinguished assistant was. CWi-Journa- yesterday, Mus. bright liltle Albert have gfne to Callllcolhe, Ohio, to ppeud a couple cf montba with her mother, and the CtpUln, like the maiden, in all forlorn. st V. T. Gkant and John A Ilaldeuun.of Liuiavllle, were at Crab Or chsrd Kprin; Sunday, where a pretty Rood crowd hatnlready gathered. Mr. llaldc-mn- n ha burineM at that place very often of late. Itiv (H'onoe 0 Uaunea, Mm. Barnea Cousin Judie and Miaara Marie end George Biriiea ppent the night with J. M. Wray, at night on their way to Pink Cottage, Pke.-imk.- l is attemptica the The thankles) task of trying to teach Bill Brad ley manners and suggests that a nominee for the high office of governor should at least be a pntleinan. The first thing that paper knows Bradley will be down and clean the whole stiff out. He is a fighter from away hark and a bid man from Hitler creek LtT eyery waverlnp, netk-knte- l deaic-cra- t, Somereet. lt who thinks of throwing his vote away on prohibition or some other imporsible ticket, go to the big barbecue in Elkin's woods on the 11 h of July, regale himself with the good things that will be spread before him and listen to democratic doctrine pure and simple from the best speakers in the State. -- si Manaoeh F. J. CAMrnKM., of Kock Cattle Sprinita, parked up Saturday with a number cfKueata. who will tpend tho ium mer. From present proapects be is that he will be turning cfl vieilorn by Jnly 15th. Mn. W. M Zanone i the boca machinist. Oar engine gele a little cranky occaaionally; we send for him; he puts on a a few licka and ahe goea ofT like a charm. Mn. and 51ns. W. B. McIloutnTa returned from tboir bridal tour In the Ewt and hare taken rooms at Rev S. S. McKob-ertwhere reception was given them Fri day night. Those who met .the bride Uc charmed with her beauty and vivacity. Mn?. Mollie Denni has eecurcd a school at McKtnney, Lincoln county, where Bhe will teach during the next year. Mrs. Danny is one of our moat progressive and adyanced (eachors and we regret that her cervices will bo lost to the reboots of thin county. - Monliccllo Signal. con-rinca, The $2,000 which will be drawn on the death of Mr. A Miller will make $14,000 that has been paid oul here by the Knights of Honor. Mr. Miller was a member nine years and seven months and in that time paid out $191.70 in assessments, which with the lodge dues makes a total of $255. 10 that he paid, fur which his widow will receive $2,000. Tnis is about the cheapest insurance a man can carry. m E7ank.clist Dixie Williams has just cloud a meeting ut Franklin which result ed in 100 professions of religioo, most of whom were baptizid r.ir.l received into the different churches. A Sunday tchool convention, under the auspices of the Kentucky Sunday-SchoUnion, will be held at the Methodist church here Saturday, July l),h. The program embraces papers by numerous persor.s who understand tho voik Eld. John Bell d.bsi;n tondered his resignation as pastor of tho Curistisu church Sundiy, but the brethren would not heir to it and he will continue. He has made a most excellent pistor and the church has been much strengthened under his enrc. Eld. Milton E.liott was down to fill his rogular appointment at Turnersville Sunday and preached ut McKinuey at CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. night He tells us that tho meeting ha and Last week, at the residerce of the Eld, Hyden have been holding at Ford, in Clark county had resulted in 57 additions bridb's fitlier, Mr R II. Ward, Mr. F. L up to the time he left and is still progress- Clifford and Misi E'len Ward were united in marriage. Thegriom is a Citholic aod ing. the ceremony was performed by two priests LAND. STOCTaNDCROP The bride was yeij becomingly attired in July wheat Is down to C9J in Chi- a handsome gray traveling dress with boncago. net to match. The wedding was a very In Montgomery last week 2,000 moun- quiet one and only relatives and a few in tl tain sheep sold at $1 to $2.15 per head. mate friends were present. After the cereJohn Cash sold to Boyle county par- mony a eumptuoui feast was spread and ties 57 hogs, averaging 2C0 pounds, at 4. was partaken of by all with a zest that fulWilPam Huffman sold to Wakefield ly pioved its excellence. The happy coupA Hudson a pair of good wcrk mules for le left on the noon train for a week's stay $375. in Louisville, afler which they will return Sixly head fat shipping cattle, averag- to Liylng-tothe hemo of the groom. The ing about 1 400 pounds, for sale. W. M. bride received a number of handsome presLackey, Stanford. ents which are both useful and ornamental 2t C. II. Todd won the American Derby We sincerely regret to loo'e Miss Ellen at Chicago in 2.3GI. Guest's Jim Gore aod from our bouquet of noble girls but are consoled to know that she has fallen in Terra Cotta were starters. safe hands, A host of warm friends join -- J.C. McClelland sold 20 mules to B me in wishing that your lives may be long F. Powers, of Richmond, Virginia, at $151 and useful and crowned with prosperity and happiness. M. E. e"ch. r Lexington Gazette. The last crop of tobacco grown in MaThere haye been IS deaths and 42 casson county is about 1.000 000 pounds short es of yellow fever to date at Key Wet, Florida. of the crop of lSSr -r- .Mvsville RepubliJames Cbitnood, a hrakeman on tlo can, Cincinnati Southern, fell from his train Jerome Turner, the trotnear Lexington and was killed. ting stallion with a record of 2.15, has gono helples'ly lame for this season and ici ii)Vhi:Ti,rat.5Ts. will not be able to trot, A. C. Robinson sold to G. T. Higgin-botha! ! a pair of mare mules for $292 50 and sold to Lee, Hudson A Co., a Tho New P.eTenue Law adds six per cent, to 3 year-ol- d horse mule for $140. all Taxes ucpi Id by toe first day of September Lancasteii Couut. Xo business in and I will have to collect It. 80 pl;au como forthe horse or cattle line was done yesterday, ward and aetUe. T. I). 8. L. C. publicly, but a few private sales were made. There were about 30 head of fat cattle, but thoy were not offered. The day was a dull la hereby Ktien that tho partnership, heretofore one and the crowd unusually small. exlitlng'betwtco thounderslgnod unier the name The tobacco warehouses of Brannin, of Penny A McAlliter, ! thil day dissolved by mutual consent. A. II. Penny takes all tne asBrand and Glover, Mills, Parrish A Son, sets and assumes all of the liabilities of the firm Sawyer, Wallace A Co., Louisville, were and will continue the firm la bliown name. A. K. J'KXXY, destroyed by fire Sunday morning. UEO. SlcALlHTEll. Between 3,000 and 4,000 hogehoads of tobacco The retiring partner hereby tenders hii thanks were consumed and the loss is figured at for the patronage heretofore extended to the firm and hopes and requests that it may 13 continued $350,000. (IKO. McALlSTEH. (210-ltto the successor. ol n, well-kuom Dr. D. C. Tucker left yesterday for a business trip to Lacrosse, Minneapolis and St. Paul. T F. B'rbee, of Ctrrollton, la , is visiting his father and sisters. Tao general association of the Bip-lis- t church, which has bffn in session here fjr seyeral days, will adjourn this (Monday) evening. The siihjsct of the removal nf the College from Georgetown to some other point was diecused on Saturday when it was decided to leave the whole matter in the hands of the College trustees. This, it is thought, means that it will remain at Georgetown fur the present, Linney A Perrj's confectionery and restaurant on 31 street was entered by robbers Friday night by climbing to Ihn 21 Btory window with the aid of a wooden awning attached to the adjoining building. The robber then cut a piece from a window with a diamond and putting bis hand in turned the sash lock, raised the window and went in. Going down stairs he helped himself to a lot of pocket knives, some cigars, some cake and candies. If anything else was taken it was not missed. The robber then left the way he came when he might have unbolted a door on the first thor and gone out that way, Xo arrests, Oa Friday moaning a woman about 40 years old accompanied by a little child about three years old, got off the southbound train on the Cincinnati Southern aud took her eeat in the waiiin-rooShe remained there several hours when it was noticed that she was deranged. She could give no account 0! berrelf and stayed in the waiting-roountil Saturday morning, people in the vicinity of the depot supplying her and the child with fjod. Oa Saturday morning she was brought to the courthouse, when she said she was a Catholic and that she was the wife of Michael Mc Ctrly, who lived somewhere near Dauyllle. Father Brady, of tho Catholic church, called and at ones reco'u 2d btr as the wife of McCarty, nut last jear lived near Bishoptou, but who is now employed on the Louisville Southern near Salvisi. It appeared als) that she had been visiting friends near Bjoneville, Missouri, and that she bad become crzy on her way home. Sho has been taken to the boarding-hou- se of Mrs. Fox, where she will be caml for until her husband can ba ooimuaicatod with, ' .r.2PWsiryiamrara, .11 '4 .-- D itllll FOR PITCHER'S -"- ' 051 Ml Iff J. ,2ji31' rwi- - iusei JHL Wn. mi' ::".: jsn--r ? Liisimoixt is the most wonderful iiv, world luis ovor known. Pnin-Ctir- cr MU'sizszn&nzzsssi WALSH, THE TAILOR, 232 FOUIlin AVENUE, IOUISlflJjIL.E, P. S.-ri- NE - 3x3 JL GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN BRIGHT, JE. DR. S. G.HOCKER. HOCKER & BRIGHT, fSUCUESSiMCSTO W. II. II1GGINS.) We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most nopular COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full lino of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in tho lead of all others, where it justly deiervos to be. Ask your neighbor in reference to its supBriority. No steel plow in tho market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line we know tho BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. All wo ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. H . It. 1UKINXEY, SiilcHinan. 1. C. MEUCHANT TAILOR, I hare received RUPLEY and still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer Comprising the best in the market, which will be Gotton Up in Stylo and Make Sooond to Nono in City or Country Giro Mu a Trittl. WEAREN & MENIFEE, TAXES TAXES .VU'l.V, NOTICE Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fenciner, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever,' be Sash-Blind- fore, from the cheapest to tne oest. OANIflLLE. BOTLE COUNT t. All of ivork guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. Wo 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. Agt.. HiiHtonTllIc, Ky. (Cincinnati New Ik you never have taken a trip over that LOCAL MATTERS. Fine line of Cindies just receive J at A. A. Warren's. You can't afford to miss the Bicycle ces next Saturday, July 2.1. Ra- wonderfully picturesque and excellently equipped road, the Chesapeake and Ohio, yon should certainly avail yourself of the excursion rates of July 1 1th. From here and all other points on the Kentucky Central the fare will be but $13 fir the round trip and there Is no journey on which you can see more and enjoy younclf greater than from here to Old Point Comfort on the seashore. Go by all means. Twenty-fi- ve dollars will cover everything and alJames B, low three days at the Hygela, Jones, agent, was here distributing printed matter relative thereto yesterday. UARRIAGES. A son of Oscar Tur- My acounts will ha ready for you by July 1st; Ptetso cill and settle. II. C. Rupley. X. B. Reynolds is the second Mexican soldier pensioned in Lincoln county. Capt. George II. McRinney, the boss agent, eo cured it for him. I have bought the privileges to run a hack from here to the bicycle races on SatThe peach crop of Delaware is now reurday next and will take passengers from failure. There will town into the grounds for 25 cents, they ported to be almost of course, Eph not be over 1,500,000 baskets where 8,000,-00- 0 paying tho admission fco, ' were at first expected. PennlnRton. ner, 35 years old, has just married the daughter of 0110 of his frrm tenants, who is juat 13 years of age. Mies Lettie Lee Rochester, one of the prettiest and brightest girls that Stanford ever produced, will be married June 30th at her home in Ktnsas City, to James R, Gudgell, Eq. We congratulate tho man who has won her and rend sincerest good wishes that a long lifetime of unalloyed happiness will be theirs. R. Anderson reports new wheat worth G5 cents this morning. The address of welcome by Mr. R. G. Evans to the Baptist association was an elegant composition aud was delivered in faultless style. Rev. P. T. Hale, of the Baptist church, on Sunaay announced that ho would on Friday next leave for Xew York, whence he would in a few days sail for Europe, to ba absent several months. He goel abroad on account of his health, P. Mullaney, toll gate keeper on Danville A Hustonville pike, reports very bad behavior on the part of two young men, accompanied by two young women, Sunday evening. They used profane and Indecent language in the presence of his family, tried to raise a row over the toll money, drew a pistol on him, etc. acd so on. On Saturday morning a young negro man got off the north bound train which passes here at 5:40 A. m. and in making his way to tho house of a friend who lives in the south east part of town, paesed through the alloy between the D. A D. Institute and the property of.Morris Sfeiser. Just as he entered the alley he met two negro men, one of them, with a scar on hia face, who, with pistols pointed in bis face, compelled him to give up.what money he had amounting to $6.50. They then left him and ran in a westerly direction and have not yet been apprehended. C. Stanford Female College. ALEX. S. PAXTON, PRES. Next feulon will begin 00 WEAREN & MENEFEE. and Toxas OH Thursday, the 1st of September 2!9.-t- Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Paolflo Orloans Shortest and Quickest Lino to Now Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cubn, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. KF.AI IMMVN. TUAlNaUOUTti. Mo.l. Instruction thorough, and dlsclpllno kind, but firm. Graduate! outour different courses arranged to suit the tutcs and capacities of girls. Ofl'e ra spoclal attractions lu tjs Demrtjienl of Art and Music. Hend for catalogue. f PUBLIC SALE ON WEDNESDAY, ! ItUAD IIP. TKAlNbNOKTJI. As Trustee under ietd of Trust executed to me by J. A. Moore A Co , f Kings Mountain Station. In trust for the benefit ot their creditors, 1 wilt Dallr. Dtllr. 03pm 9 00 p m At tho business houso am, 05pm It 33 pm, Klnga Mountain bUtion, Cincinnati Southern It. S5n rail 51 llUno 8Wprall221 nil) .. am 11 47 A ml 11., olijr at public auction to the nlgheit bidder, 12 21 am, 8 41 pin! 12 31am1 8 59pm 1 05 a m .. 1st, The stock of Merchandise and 12 15 am U 10 p ml 1 13 a ui... ...! '.. Drugs, which was conveyed to mo 153pm ..J 2 42 am .. 45pm by J. A. Moore & Co. by the deed of 2 25 p tu B 5 55 a ni .. JULY 13TII, 1SS7, of J. A. Mooro A Co., at Dally. No 3. Daily Ex. Hun, 4 7 7 Mo. 5. wo.;. STATIONS. i. Dtiir. Ml. ' Ex, Sun am Dallr. Mo. 4, No. 6. Mo. 8. Dallr. Dally. 7 55 10 50 am L've...rnclnnail i ... Georgetown A'rv j Kicbolasvtlle. .UarroUsburi; Junction.. exlngton Uanvnie ...Junction CIl Kings Mount ... ..bo merset .Oakdale . fV 2nd, About 77 acres of land, with moderate improvements, lying; in Pulaski County, 2 12 miles east of Science Hill, on the Cincinnati Southern It. R. inSOdayi, nolewitb good security. Deed will bo made when terms are compiled with. Address all communications to me at Huston-Till- s, LincoU County, Ky. XV If A HI ALCOMIS, 211, Trustee for J. A. Moore A Co. td trust. 3 35 8 JO S J 30 p in 00am ml 00 p in 10 p m 8 45 a in ., 8 50 p m' 8 00 pm'., 1 1 00 m ., ...l 6 15 a ml,, 11 .... ..CuaUatiooja., .Birmingham., ..Kill aw Meridian .... .New Orleans ... 8 40 a m 3 47pm 7 27 a ui 4 10a mi 3 43 a m! 2 51 p ml 0 27 a mf3 23 a in .a p m ts 47 a m 2 00pm 1532 am' 2 S3 am 135 pin 5 20 am 278 a ml r; V) p in 1 10 a m II 5) am 9 40 p m 8 10 a m G39 pm 5 00 a in 10 40 am 10 35 p ml 0 20 am 7 00pm 3 45 a m 4 30 pml a mi 9 00 8S5pm 42 P m'10 25 -- saipra .warn i ....... .. - ZJ 15pml., 8 CO am ..threveport 750am .............. .T. P Junction.... TEKM8. The personalty will be told la bulk-- en Arriving at Cbattanoija at 9 SO. No.lt No. 9 leaves Oakdale dallr oxcent Sundir. at CIS a. m a credit or 30 darwilh good security. The leaves Chattanooga at 4 30 v. u., arriving at Oakdale at 7.4V r. ti, real estate will be sold for half cash aid balaace Mann Boudoir BuSet 81e4plng Cira on all through trains, J ........I 8 00 a mt 0 55 p ml., 7 10 p m ......Meridian Vlckaburg. 300 am 6,65 p m II. rOLLBlUN, Geo'l Frt. A Piss. Agt., JOHN C. UAULT, Oen'l Manager, It. X. I'.YAN, Aat. Uon'l Krt. A Piui. It. CABBOLL, Oen'l Supt.. W. W. WELLS, rJuperlnteudent, Somerset, Kt. General Offices, 8t. I'sul IiullJing, West Fourth Sired, Cincinnati, Ohio. AeU n If V Semt-JKeeHfilnterior lournal f Statistics recently publiahoi glvo tho amend the Constitution, arid to provide for number of divorces granted In Berlin In axcrtaining the number cf cithern entitled to tho lint llvo years nt 3,167, an average of any court having Jurisdiction thereof. over thirteen u week. itefor Representative tcithin this Slate: 1'repnro STii.vwnEiiitv JlorssA. tho Wiikrkis, Experience ha pointed out th ne- - from11. This act thall take effect nnd be In force nnd alter Its passage. strawberries, mash tticm and press reaalty of amending the Comtltutloa nJ the ex- through a buvi sweeten with powdered Approved January IS, 1SS0. of calling n conroutlou lor that purpose. sugar und stir on ico until very cold; odd therefore, one pint thiPic cream, bonten to n froth, Jle t ewieteU by the Gentral A wmbUj o the put lu a mold nnd trcezo in suit and ice. qf Kentucky: anybody In tho world deservIk there is I I. That at the next general election fjr ing tho contempt of his kind, it is tho man to the General Asieiutily, It ihi.II who, In pilfering his neighbors woodpile, tho duty of the several ahcrllti and other officers d comes across a loaded stick and is accordingly, and thou eutors suit ot election to open a poll for auJ mako a return to against his tie glibor to recover dnnugqs. the Secretnry of State, for tho time being, ot tho TiiEitn exists in Paris n system of pneu- names of all citliens entitled to vote fjr Itepresen-tutlr- e who tare voted at tho aild election for callmatic tubes fur tha transmission to tho e of cards, similar to our ing a contention for tho purpose of general postal-cardUopostloil in special boxes ainouillng or changlni the Constitution, about the city. ISerlm has also a pneumatic i 2. That any sherltfor other returning officer Donlox Mowers, Iiu- post for thu hourly forwarding of mes- - falling to parfarm theduty Impojt by tint secjrouorniiy, BukbIos, Wnfjoun, JLuui- sagos. t to a lino ot ilx tion of this net shall bs bor, Sco Givo HoMKone lias 9 ml tho greatest mistake hundred dollars (!t,W), to be reeorercd by of n man's life is mcule when ho gets marIn auy court having ried. If that is tho caso tho lady in tho thereof, and (lull, upon conviction of such contract must also make a mistake for sho failure, bo removed from olace by the court Id Is really tin mistaken ono unless sho bo a widow In wh'ch case she may make a mis- which audi conviction Is hail. I 3, That for tho ruirpoie of auerlalulng tho take any way. An account was recently given In n Lon- number of citizens entitled to vote for Ilepresonta-tire- s within this Stalo In tho jear 1SS7, thero don paper of a painful experience of Lord DufTertu mnl hi3 suite v!tr a swarm of shall be furnished, as terelnafter provlJeJ, to the bees, while nt Delra Doon. Iho insects sheritl'i and other olhwrs of tho elecdoa in IS37, a registration loV, In which the fiercely attacked tho party and di eve them to the shelter of a neighboring church the election shall record the raiues of all whilo their horsos wcro prostrated by tho cltlxens entitled to veto for Representative onslaught. within this State at the add election. Tno ol!t- Tub preservative qualities of sea water cers of the election shall be ti fl?u olficeri of was shown in tho case of tho recovery aud shall have said registration txok -of rolics of vessels sunk 1S4 years open for the record of said namea between the igo, Spain. hours ol C o'clock a m. and 7 o'clock r. u. on the since in tno harbor or Specimens of mahogany nnd logwood wcro day cf tho August ISS7. election at all tho Toting found to bo in a porfect state of preserva place lu th's Commonwealth. And It shall be the This' powder rrvfr sartos A mttvtl ol porttr tion, ns was articles or copper; Iron, howt aiiu wuturnuiurntwp. of this Cjuimonwcattb who mktv ever, was found to have corroded nway duty of all citizens for ItepresentatlTts, on tho than tho ordlnarv klnl. and ran not ba taa couietlton wlthtlm multitude of low tut .short of the salino eloment. are entitled to vote under tho influence wdera, H)ldonly la central election in August, I5.ST, weight alum or plunphat Tun Chinese hnvo a substance said by day of the next aherlfli and other returning oaus, roTlik to go before tho 1W Wall titrrot New York them to be tho juico of frogs' eyes, which election In the votlnj precinct in contains highly anesthetic properties, Exvote, and periments with this by nn Knglish physi- which ther are severally entitled to k AA9 9 cian at Soochow, resultod In rendering tho cause themselves to bo rrglstored on the the llosh Insensible to pain in n very short M qualified voters of this Commonwealth, and disFccmI, time. Tills substance is supposod to bo tho names cfany and nil clt'nns living in tho AND exudation of the frog, mlxoi with flour trict known to said omcers tube entitled lo vote Mamie's Telegram. A Hartford nint into n paste and formed into .wax-llkfur Hepreseniatlve, or male known to ihem by ! vv--' -evidenco on that day, shall ! registered as not votwhose wife was going abroad, asked her to cakes. r, f IIcmp is grown In Southern Uussm closo ing. And In the year ISS7, no other officer shall be HjTin.1 rcnt.d thefta' lo.-IVtpot street, I am telegraph him a word or two letting him to grnpo vines to protect them ti ngauist authorized to mako any list or return ol the uuall- - prrri-- I. 'iaiu and irt" in rauuaMe know of her safe arrival in New York. In a phylloxera. Tho Insects nre attracted by lied voteis of this CoHimonwealth, nor shall any terms. County iurtiHy trade Nilltitcl J1HIX II, t: I ltl'KXTKIt, e, tho odor of tho Hemp, the roots of which return thereof except the registration boyks aitd few hours he received the following siiiiVtd, Ky prove poisonous to them. If a.i infected irtiaci'.e provtdJ far by this ar-- . be Will, and " "collect vine and n hemp plant be planted close to- all laws niulrln list or returns of such o.ualla4 "Dear Gerrce Arrived here safely at 13 gether, by way, of oxporiment, the vino voters are hareby re)oaled, to tit as the year 1BJ7 niinutea pas o The train was due at (5, will shortly revive while tho roots of tho is embraced therein. The tolsl number of Totes but we were deiue ' 15 minutes while en hemp will be found to have attracted the aoreglsterwl shall be the true numbar of el'tztns Insects. enlltltdto voU fjr llprsnitatlve I'U th's route. Had a perfect? ively trip Djd'i A novkt. and happy Idoa wns embod-e- l ascertaining wheth-- r a worry alnut me, I'll get along all r..ht. in the present to n departing friend by a State, lor the purpote ol of all the cttiz'ns ol this State, en lady of n bag full of missives of var.ous And take good care of yourself Baso care natures, from different sources, to bo road titled to vole for Rprestiitatle vise fr illl'W a l p ful about taking cold this damp weather. upon the Journey after her interest m pass- conventlen for the purpose of tho Constitution Kemember that you are to keep on your ing events had waned. From tho I t. The said registration books shall ba flannels until the 15'h of June. Be 'sure nothings of young girl friends to the gravo nnd interesting letters of professors, riikd and hctJed. so that they msy, and and have the home opened and aired as of the budget comprise 1 the whole and 11 Is hereby enatttd thst the sme shall, be the p ill ten as once n week, Kemember what I told material lor ma wuemg away ui many irfinki for reeordtnir the votes for aui atinst the calling of the coostltutlouil conrentlon, and fjr you about your socks and shirts. Don't tedious hours was thus alTorded. Inkohmation of the llndtng of a potr.tW lUKertalnlng the number of 'Itliens enlltleil to forget to keep the basement door locked human body is received from the neigh- vote for Represtntatlfe w thin 'he Statu. It shall Write every day. I'm eure I'll have a love- borhood of Windsor, 111. The find was be theduty of the said offl.-er- ol election to ly time. So good in you to let me go. You made by n farmer whilo to every ToUr the ques. Ion- "Do you vote Tho body wns in a state somewhat remust come over after me in August. for calling a constitutional convention or not?" If sembling soapstone, nnd wns accompanied answer in tho affirmative, his "Forever and ever and ever yours, by a strong odor of copjioras. The body such voter shall b name shall bs recorded as voting Iir salt was of diminutive stature, und wns eviMamie." voter shall ailiwer lu the negallre, An hour later Mamie was pained to re- dently that of n strong, fleshy person, his mine shall be molded as voting rgsirist said showing, also, signs of illiteracy. The supI have sec red tin tttiun tfa litstjart ceive the following reply to her "word or position is that tho body is that of un an- oouveotlon, aud If such voter imkw no answer, and prnHj fu tuia oit wurk dunt tip only, as not in the highrsl rityle of tho TunsotUI Art. Mj or his name shad be recwded cient race of mound builders. two:" iboplsovutrallr luratnl, nut dwr to Wearen t Gi wells are bocommg the orieroftho voting on said question And It ahtll be the duty A MeoefiVs. I im prearnl n fix tbr ' "Don't cable anything from Liverpool, day. .Not only Is Indiana becoming honey- of the officers holding the elcctbn at each voting of young lndlas lu n maimer truly mllcltig , George " 'm a mined man if you do. of place In the State to tenlfy the total number ol oall from llh tho ladle and combed by them, but New York is nlso deand the public nnrrally ' ery rrpectfiiilr d-Bits. -Tiveloping an eruptive disposition. An voters reglsttred.aud thenum'ier voting for call- solicited. il. t , H'lt.lt to make out artoslan well in the northorn part of tho ing a constitutional convention, and The other night a nowl game was played State recently developed into a natural a duplicate certificate showing aa'd facts. The DR. W. B. PENNY, on Conductor Harris of the down east gas rosorvolr which, when IgnlteJ, throw registration book shall be by them Immediately DKNTIST, When the train up a llanio to the height of soventoon feet. stn', nt the expanse ol the Commonwealth, by Georgia railroad train This Lnllinnt light nt night lod tho fnrm- to tho secretary of SUte. a I'rankfort, Kenf? t si n toiii Itonl u nicy Htopped at Union Point Captain Hmis era in tho surrounding country to drive in mall, tucky, and the duplicate certificate attached to noticed two negro women get aboard, one to see what they supposed was a hugo con- the the ! for the election of Mate officers, v" ? I of them dressed in a loose Mother Hubbard. flagration. and return therewith as now directed by law. An Ingenious and simplo method of mark. , Uillaluaysluivo on Iiuuit a liiruts and sclcol lint oT I'urnl c 5. The Secretary of atato In office at the con- went through the car he failed to ing ground When be . for planting Is to use a whool-barroi. , tiini am! rndrrliilicr'M UuihIm. My prlvcM will lu un low as .such renlngolthe General Aiinbly next after tho . find one of the women, and upon question i as a marker. Nail a cross-piocshall, immediately upon can In Aiijust, lunmlil In liu cHIoh. iv5 iik a irlul and ion ing the negro ehe said that somebody bad against the front bonrl to project on both e'cctlon a Hill In comliiccil Unit 1 miH lower lliau lliu low .!. 7 sldos of tho barrow. From this, at such n tbcorganlzitlonof same, transmit to each House onatched the other girl's ticket away and distance from the center on laid regis' each sido as statement, prepared by liliu from tha many Totes she had got ofl. The captain did not sus you wnnt the rows apurt, attach a pleco of tration and ihowlng how KfiS'J In favor of said pect anything wrong, but when the train chain to drag on tho ground. Then pass nere at the said eltct'on cut OSnn la'.rastli voters registernnd tho toll! cumber cf TbG Best reached Bairitt the missing wonnn c me back u ul fourth across tho patch to be . i, I '1 it marked, being gu dud by the last mark ed, whether voting for or against or not at all KlOit JOI K.t.lt,!)' l L.rr i.' from under the Mother Hubbard of her made. '1 he idea of using a wheelbarrow Tho report shall bo made up by counties He M.ar.d I ttj5 r m. i Waterproof companion and got off unnoticed by the Is that there is littlo chance of Its divert- shall retain tno registration l.ki for the use of, Coat, conductor, but to the amujement of the ing sideways, and straight rows may be examination and Inspection ot the next (Jene.a1 . rI easily made. ', Assembly. I riKKii r "s I " wi mii other pas'encrs who saw her vben she '" ' Or The reluctance of farmers to l.ave re i 6. Itahall betaeduty of the offi;sr whosa made good her exit from under the icon course to soiling is duo to sovor.il causes. thi v .It a law to compare nnd Ono of thorn is tho difficulty of having u duty It la by ("Savannah News. made dre-a- . out froiuthocert'Ji lies continuous succession of greon crops Just lor State officers, to nuke election" a rnurnetl with the Bute SrmrruALisn Declared a Fraud.- - In When they are neoJed. Calculation to nbovo provided, and at the time they certify the this may faiL Tho seeding may bo 1S81 Henry Sejbert, a believer in epirilu too early or too lute, while Uio seasons mny votes for State otScerr, a certlflcito by vot rg alism, died. He biqueathei S'JO.OOO to the be unfavorable. Anothor cause Is thelnbor places, showing the total nambertf votes register Notts U Uississippi Valley C:. Ihn and tho number voting for calling a coristltn University of Pennsylvania to found a requ r d to prcparo an 1 seoil down a crop to ns wcllns to haul tho convention, nnd to send the certlflcito BY DAYLICHT chair of philosophy ou condition that a llt,'iU. Jt li nlso urgedgreon food from tho tlonal thut green corn or tbe Secretary ol State, and If the reglstratlcn book Through the CANONS of NEW RIVER and across (he Louisville & Nashville R. R. commission b appointed to investigate rye are or no value in adding to tho butter rrovldotl for aliove shall, as to any voting plaee. '.LLEGIIAMES and the BLUE RIDGE, pasting WHITE yield whilo the-- , aro lu blossom. Hie ques- lolost.destroytdornotreturneil. then the becre-tar- y SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Retorts ol the epiritualiam, Tne committee was appoint 1IIK IIRXAT tion .a, will the increase In tho animal's Alleghany Mountains In Virginia, ol State, In making the rejiort to tho Genero1 and hate been investigating the peances flesn ai d In the value of the manure both al Assembly, shall uto the Information In the cerSUM1IEP. CLIMATE III AMERICA. rillEST of nil the prominent epiri'u.ilMts of the ga nc-- j bv the adoption of soiling offset tificate as to any sue, district or product, nnd he world for tho past three year-- ; and after a tlir above disadvantages! moreover, use thoc-- iflcato toshovr that he shall, Obserullon Car: from Kanalia Falls to Charlottes TO THE- -'J if: K gl'sh law mnkos It compulsory g itle Breakfast to Supper) from April 1st to Decern careful ami most rigid investigation the hasor has not tin registration book Iirinch u; n parents to send their children to i.r 1st named in said place In each county commission now declare that not one tf the eiIojI. ltetently a man !MsTsMsBsWBsBsKsr,TilsB'TrWyYTsWslBilMBBn named Hush was ONLY SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CARS Hpiritualislo here succeeded in doinz any nriOnteJ in Liicrpool on tno charge of not A SPECIFIC FOIl I 7. It shall bo tho duty of tho Secretary of in u thing remarkable without the practice of hulug paid the sum of f2" school dues Bute, idler adjournment of this General L:ttIs7lUo, Cincinnati, and L:rinct:n, t: for Ins tvte lillilren. He was sentenced out the fjrm of a registration book .fraud, and that trickery and legerdemain to fourteen days' imprisonment for sioePjers. , this bly, to make ns herein IL-were practiced in all their arts, and spirit off nv and in a few days died of a com-P'- i nnd certificates to be made and used aV"J 1 -- W JWiiimiiiiiiiiiismiM ,ijOI,MViie I to tho Public ition of up nchitU nnd brain dUeus". provided, and toturnlsh thesime tbe duty of said ualism is denounced by the commission as UC1I AS 1 f t W9 T lo NiinIiiIIU., nroner's inquest showed that ho was I'rIMcr forthwith, and It shall be uppreaseil a melancholy spectacle of gross fraud. Public Printer to make up and bind In the usual a br, respectable man, who hnd been irrK'nr .Ui'iuplilrt, Prtlnful entity mid registration boak.wllh a certt flute thereou. of employ mont for somo tlmo und was form one Atlaiitu, A Southern journal ia responsible for the In ig In tho direst poverty, ovcry thing on for each voting placo In the State; also the dupliMonlctiiiiery, or statement that somo gentlemen, represent- he nad having boon pawned to purchaso cate certificate and the county certificate, nnd Mltlu Knell, OIITIILY SICKNESS. ing an Eastern type foundry, have been look fo' I. At tho tlmo of his arrest ho was send the same to the several aherlUi, who shall Klollllo Htltl .lUV OrlCMUIM. Connects In same depot In Washington for ah eless, nearly naked, sick and hungry. see that they nre delivered nnd ued nt tbe vari ijnrlng din CUANOK OF I.IFK, errat U taki-ing over the South with a view to estabUi.t tho man had to die boforo tho circumBALTIMORE, ous voting places as herein rciuireu. for snCffrlny ami dimtiTwIII bcavoldctl. tYrbi-'iilishing a type foundry, and have decii'cJ stances of his caso cou'd recelvo official Only on clnue 10 points In PHILADELPHIA, hook".MESitiiK to Womin," laallod free. : 8. That ny officer fatllrg to do or perform NEW YORK. iif ice HiuuLiTon Co., Atlanta, Ox. UiuuruLU that Allants, Georgia, is the most desirable enjoined upon him by l.v referonce to tho "consumption plant," anvoftheactsor duties Direct route to vpot lo locste, on account of its being so a writer lu a medical paper says: Tho nat- the third, fourth, fifth, sixth nnd seventh sec- LYNCHBURG, Tiiouoi Miititi:i ot five cear a central point between the North and ure, history of tho bacill is is vory Instruc- tions of this act, shall be subject to a fine IndictDANVILLE, tive, it nover grows spontaneously ou- hundred dollars ($500), to be recovered by And all points In ISouth. It is proposed to establish a founHOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL Iioiups 011 the Una of this road wlllretelr. of an animal body. It requires n tem- ment of nnj grandjury In any court having VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROLINA. dry that will require a capital of $60,000 tsit and shall, upon conviction theresimlal ralca. thereof, pt raturo botweon S." dogrecs and 103 do-Vrton Agents of ml Company lor rstcs.rout. es Fahrenhe l In order to develop It at of, be removed from office by the court in which -E- XCURSION TICKFTS IN SEASON- .and which will give employment to 100 Ao ,nr wrltn at). It must i final n fully ton days In a said conviction la had. O. I'. AfMOltn, (I. I'.JT.A., men and a large number of boys and girls wrist sltuatUn, at tho uiperaturo abovo I 9, That It shall be tbe duty of tbe Secretary Louisville, Ky This lino Hull will a ai.il Hm ttaoat mii com NoT 2 One-halthe capital is to be furnished by stated, boforo .t shows t tiny tondoncy to mntetat in jr stable on thf l.raiier J'lktt our of State to have this act advertised In one weekly No. 4 Ually IS KFFItCT JU.VK 5, '87. tno ItKicaso or oven fix iu.-l- f in its proper newspaper In each countyof this Commonwealth, Eastern capitalists. Dally. Ex. Hun. half mllr from Stanford Court Mouse at tflMl irn prltl lrxe til urt" ll l'H Hie u.wun soil. Tho heat of boiling wator destroys wherein there is aueh paper published, for four TouM.aiUirUt. mt,tr ,....j 1I11.1 cow til thtifow prove. In tail. t nown to u t., usnoith Omaha Druggist "That wai a strange tho plant and its soeds but cold weeks, and In onoof the dally papers of tho city Lvo Louisville an (.Irct. to a iuv.1. 7 3') .n 6 RO n m is tlrslaervo-.tV,,a"e JIWaftrut..4 n.t tV aMe.imlla soil contlltr. Matrjuisuf Ad llii' slrn. II nrri nl, lm blunder in Washington, wasn't ii?'' Kan-Ha- s di t s not kill t'.em. From u consideration of Louisville for thirty daya Immediately precoed A rr Lexington II co piu li 50 am WJBW "KM BlrKtgrs. ety . It Akiiii Him Uhiu lujnitl i.iiluiiii " Whitortuli.li rM'iliiK... Vi 00 n'n 5 10 n m ltk'itnitifvtlio. Druggist -- "I didn't hear cf it." " 1. ou of those facts it mny ens.ly bo scon how it Ing tbe election, nnd In every county aald SecreItrdonlr b.lk. Cbarlottsvllle(V M J unci) S ID pni II 40 am is postiblo for Isolated populations to ese Alrotl A. LI, I, dmu AiIdIiup, hei slroj Cjllr.:iClnlalCj. Marquis ol Adlli-iiu'8 10 p ui 1 50 )i u ' KlchmonJ didn't? Why a prominent druggist there cape tho ravacs of this disease for gen- tary shall cause to b posted at thel luiporit--i llurlr Ttmi- - ilam Impurud lnly H,h-rfurm, 10 IA p i.i 0 35 p " Newjorl News lluJtvn V, Y doom copy of this net, printed ClDclnnU,SJSHa a tn i.llreM .ft. il . K"r fitruiiT piiitiilr 10 p in 7 00 i m killed himeelf by taking a drink of aconite erations, nnl thi region thus ncqulres a for at least tour consecutive weeks belore such "OKI t'olni Comfort ohio.B SoU1y Druf Utu V. It. U. 7 lOpui Inreputation as a proper "Norfolk in mistake for )ome wbiekj!" "Well, he valids, nnd tho further resort for suchcon- - election. This la a very hue yoiiuu Hull from a rtdchral " Waahlngtou 1,1X1. J SO pin 8 211 pin Vrk. fiat that uftor w " Kaltliiitre tl 2) pill II 11 pill ed laiully "I mlHtrrs nt--tnilii link tho1.1, Kcu.i, lui-. 10. It shall bo the duty of the Public l'rlntor to have known better than to keep j SMiiptivcs have mvalcd it for a few sea- ought great! t of lur iIj) ritivl ti" uri.tr In. :t w u. :i (10 a I'nllaJeipUU . 'BR P HDPKUAW of this act upon a 0 1 a lu, fi in a n. 000 for drugs in his stock. They are dangerous Dun-,- , inu ikii .. iiiiiuim.i'iis ucvi'iop mo to print ton thousand copies deliver them to tho " Now Vorlt cat If h..v ROpf I 10 IV T" t I i Tho '.Vn the1 rfl clam from h oh their ancestors were separate sheet of wpcr nnd h things." Omana World. lend as Urn fr 111 ftn.liy, hii.idue t.u. wtiliI fpThe plant has been Introdut cd and Secretary of State, who sho'l forward the same to BTANFOKD, v., KV, nuiaial For Tickets, Kate, IofjriiMtlori, tic., arrlv at tho Mifirihi ii. -(n.'lui..i will buy all thi- nial calim ti.n,iiiiei liy tills claasin the lei ii .t loiigt-- ii soil for ltd jrrowth, that tbe county clerks ol the various count es In Ticket olhte ur aildrins The largest graduating aid fjalo ttnu. ' ' iti t tlujr Is ..11. 'lb-Pull at ijo il ui. itlttrvl hi In such numbers as to provtdo nt least two has not i bunged, a VV. CIM.I.r.U, IV tha Mrera llatul! world ia that of the Chautanqut university. r- nits or ii'ii pralure, mo.sture, etc., ciples thereof for each otlrg precinct; said r'erka rV.t'. HICKIUM, II. tien'l W Vlev l'rtsldonl. II'. . JUt. I.Kit. I At'' Oxlda Oas administer t b 1 t.l.lii.l. Ey othsr of ui jio.i I'lihmtnJ, Vi. lulsv'II, Ky. h llde'.vtr thtaa e to ihvsierltf-oJLc.l&OO iC'21 raiua'c. ele-7tepost-ofUeiut-jec- General Buckner addressed himeelf to the Uk of making clear, even to the mind unaccustomed to deal in? with figure?, the history (duco the war of revenue, taxation and debt of Kentucky. lie put into an at tractive form a mass of information which ould overwhelm an "orator" of the calibre of Mr Bradley. It is the address of one familiar with "flair?; it comsa from one who dhows him'elf the man Kentucky needs for governor the next four years. There is no chargo made openly or hinted at by Mr Bradley which Uen. Buckner does not con trovert. The fiuklng fund has not been squandered; it has been applied to tho pay mentcf the debt. Too debt has not increa? cd; it his been almost entirely blotted out. Taxation hitu not been wtde oppres give; it has simply becu made equal. The echoed hare not been neglected; they have been cherished. Useless cIBcm have not been created, but offices whose services are un iv-- n questionable haye been etdulilietl. tucky has not been lagging behind; she has been mi thing forward. These denials of thentserioni of Mr. Bradley are supported by citnti.icH from documents as accessible to Mr. Bradley as to Gen. Buckner, and though the democratic nominee has no harsh words for his republican opponent, the refutation of his excited denunciations of the State and its rulers is so conclusive as to cury with it the severest condemnation. Oaiv thote who are willing fir a temporary party advantage to seo their 8tate maligned and misrepresented and put before the public in a position dtecreJita-bl- e to her intelligence and to her manhood, Oin, after acomptrieon of Qen. Bnckner's nddress with the addreo of Mr. Bradley, Courier-Journa- l. vole fortherepnbliciu nominer. INTEREST. Tiie dllTorcnco botweon roast lamb and AX AGT for taking the ttnte of the good peo pie of this Commonwealth a$ to the necessity roast mutton nt tho restaurant Is about ton cents In your chock. and expediency cf calling a Comention to DIVERSIFIED CHAPTER 12 ficeri acting in tho place thereof; nnd ft shall be tho duty ol auch aherlll or otheroltlcor to pott one copy of aald net at each voting pltco nnd another copy at somo other suitable public place In tatd precinct four weeks prior to the election. Any officer falling to dlacbalge the duties prescribed in this seotlonol this act shall be fined for each and every failure twenty dollars, to be recovered In I- 3VC- - iBDETirOE- - In Bindnrs, Rcnpors, ploiuouts ARrioulturnl mm a can. juris-dlctl- WALL PAPE K WALL PAPER, AT t, WALL PAPER, Absolutely Pur? UorAl-HiKiNd Biit-ui- M'KOBERTS& STAGG'S (, poll-boo- Livcrj", Training, It-hI- . Wall Paper. r-- 4 " SALE STABLE d Furniture, mes-eag- Cases, Gaskets, Robes. Stanford. Proprietor. 1 FulFand Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. . a set if B. K. WEAKEN, appro-nrlate- lr lt, 3NT3E5V- FUKNITTRE STORE - YOITK ATTENTION conrei-tloDiifsuc- is MOLic'iTiao. liar-he- r, reitrl tii.C. i poll-boo- k -- r o 1S-- s, m3f f.$jm J . ' as. tr,m li - 'Va:J !1MmMl nmMl csEP'c, -- 1 3 ,v" y poll-biii- ii so-cu- flEADFIELD'S L.&N. vot-lu- III i i hhiutat.t' REGULATOR THUOUUIITIIUNIijINU As-oi- n . tmP.Jlili, fiii jriH Woman's Q SOUTH & WEST pm m i tiii: Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS )A 'I. Juris-dictio- n .MA)imiiN(H'U)i:Lni:. 1 i ht-- f l 11 court-hous- r lr"lM U 'tf. Inha-id-bll- 111 r, 1 1 - 111 , r bt-r- Holstvfn-l'rtlalBi- this-Stat- ll ffic-8- outh - r ra'r 180-1- ,'5'ltrous r r I