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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887070501 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. tm ' Heelli VOL. XVI. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. of LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. 1 "iff I iMr J"f iffilf NO. 243. Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1887. Not a particle A larire numher ol our cinzjns aie taknewt of any intereat. r' A good ict ofTlnnor'n Tooli and a lot of Betn con the HustonriPe Toll Oste and thn -- Kid. W L. Wiillauitlt able to leave ous addition to hi general and provi.ion ing advantage uf lLo low raicii i.n the road Sunnllej. W'll. tell Cliean. Can be rcco.nl zed by Fig. J. on the etie. :. misimvox, juts, v A liberal rewaid will b paid tar thn return to to visit friend. FrldnV" hit room and pceui to hi recovering hi store. VnUlMwd TticMittiumni'l t. MhlJl.bunt, Ky. 2tJIltN. A. 31ILl.RU. The gloriout I h wan observed in anwonted health. -- AT A District S S. Cinvention will be of Tho thresher it at work, but moat of cient form and mtnnerby the K. of L. lield at i'tirceli, two mlfet wet of this ANNUM, OA.fcr.li. N'J ! place on July 1(3 h and 17th. riir farmer prtfer .tacking their Kraln I'itl.burg. A light niti'tll Sunday evening servMil be Mllier linn c!l at the prceent low price. The Buboiirvillfi Xcwt has it "Co!.'' I am dally opeulng aa elegant line of Spring and underatood U wecrcdlt that ft Stated bl la will ! rroW?l by S J. Cane, Summer Millinery, including all Peeled aud drnncdi-dMoreland, Ky., lor the construction cf Dry weMher, lurching cropt, high ed in a measure to lay P.e du.t. More Matt Ad.iui Din't they know a "Major" fjr growing crop.. tliermcmetfr and low water form the bur- rain it tndly needed when they vi htui, aid he one of their The Latest Novelties of the Sanson. The Hu3tonville I Carpenter's Station 7m?ik. The jib work received from the In'te I cilizius, tot? den of the daily plaint when men do con- W. P. WALTON- Also Notions, lucli as Uandk.rchldft Collars utoit JouitKAt. oiHie by .everal of our busI'at'.en II arris, a 17 year old boy, was and Cull j, ltuchtDt;. Conets, Huille', etc. Von Until 12 o'clock M., Monday JaW 11, 1MT. uremic can be seen at .N. J. Cone'a. The rlht by them firt will the Tacatl by One hundred yuar ago men would ineat men it pronuunced nrrwtol Saturday charged with Belling le .tAnd meat noxt room) to latelyMy.rs Home. Smi- to reject ny or ail bids referred. Warren, doir th 2U-I- t JUT. SALEM LINCOLN COUNTY giree perfect eati.fnctir.n. JIA VGliJitlX. ha7e eoti'eU the ide thtt Independence and whisky on Saagg'e Creek. He wis released It.lTE I) VI) IHUt A it. The funer of old Uncle Sim MoKee, on nivirg bond. .; v!. (, in thi Kuciton look very well, Diy would over pai into forgetfulnet, deKM, AYKS. roM .! U IS. of color, wit preichod at tho courfhou-- c Notary Public It is a good time for petty cfienders corn i iiPwdlnR wme rain Wheat prive of ilH prettige, iu ilory dimmed, of C dored wl" itt mennriet ob'.iterited Thn it wat the Siul7, h large cirtiiorta wl'. St' l) got in their wortx now a.i there is no jail isnot turniiu uf and aitteriti' being prent to ripr the here, the old one it a thing of Is hcreliT s'Ten that tho partnership, lurctolore Itciue of the pulpit, the inapirttion if the with ino'e not well the past iijUln1iwircf "dieo tint ou AT 3 LAW, existing between tho ualcrsl?nnl unier the name rottrum, the Mil ktu of the p ie, tie fivor-it- e big gun from tne blue ori'ciiny & McAlister, is tilts day dissolved by with the urticl. Had it been ailjwed to remain awhile mutual consent A It. Penny takes all tne asno SU I'ifth Street, lh topic of the pitrijt, the h.iiiI thrilling de nierila cb de decerned hrudder." Icnut-Diwl, on th- - M: u'l . sets and tsnunea; all of the liabilities of the firtu it would have fillin of its own acO. M. Adtmt and Gen V. W. Major firm In his own name. - X.OUIfeVIJU"IVI3, ICY. and w 11 continue thea. it. j'Kx.xy, cord. olhiMOB, Mr. U W Uwi. Yowmlta. mu.ic to which the lliixeling orator plumed Ilirdtn pied through here SundAy in nnonnS.-w!, Cromie Blvlc lrs.il a horei tiliO. JlcAIiltoTER. Divid IjiwU, o' raJleion oouaty, hi aspiring piniot, tnd oi:ed in (pent of Mr The old adage "You may I'iueville, Birb'i-vill- c, Twiniinlin ag lie came immortality. But the charge list come. routo to Manchester, you can't make him drink," nie.l SS Sjmeriel, at all of to water, but Tho retiring partner berr-btenders his thanks Villiamburg ani elck, Tfce iucreaFe of piwer, the progri of art, PEARSON & CLARK, for the patronage heretofore extended to the llrtu wa venliul here Saturday when the on yiott to 1U s m, but btfCJinln which jhcei they have appointment, to and hopes and rtqneMs that It may t rontinued not science and litertUire, the ruhing and were gently lead up to the and the weuther unfavorable, It w . to the successor. OEO. MtALIsTKH. apeik. Thty will be here on Mou Itv, the home. tt.rtlmg event of hUlory bavo cart n thouKht prudent (or hiui to republican trough but rtfiied to eat. everybody come. Tmirsiiy moraia.; he wu mor lively thiu thhdow over tlm aimple aan it. of our caili-erd- 11th. IM Why can't some of the church cflkor ! Theoulh-bunexprett on Suuday LEXINGTON, KY. U lii tsblo nnd Aud yet it mty be double whetheee to it that tiie shutter on the eouth side Uul nn.l went to the morning carried four betting heartt to JtlI1"") er in the tcntial wi.doto, patriotiui, X'l Went rnln fcStreot. brotkft'l, Ixit in the ?enin The New UereniiB Law aids sis ptr cent, to mail bring- of the cupulo on their building is replaced( 12 lico, Tenue.ee, the north-bounall Taxes unpild by tho first day of Heptemler so a to prevent the rain from pouring bul snl tt ' o'd c' hid pu'ed away. Mr. etttwumnship, rectitude of character, otli-ci- al and I will bars to collect it. do please come The happy parties honety, virtue or eifqutnee the ing them luck at twi. and sett'e. Lewis w ntlive of Virs'nU. hiving n through and detroying the plastering? Mtggio and Mi T. It. XEWLAXl), 3. L. C the ante of - years, rhauge ha thuwn an upward tendency. were Dr. J. Given Thompaon & Fish, successor to F. L cjme to tttirt riiHient and Mr. Michiel 1'innegan and MIh was Oje thing i curtain -t- he pitt hat left to , JI.U.NST., I11CII310.M). KV lie never vjtul out of hU count'. He thi coun-t- v. Ttompson, will have a full steck of every-Bojuey, all ol Pill-burr, an Agnet thing in the good line by July o.b. Come the last of r family of extreme lonsivity, ut a prictle legncy, a jloriou B. Here' congratulation all round. rehiiiB tiotrniheil eacutclieon,a beautiful und a1s.,weof hi. brothers ami MT VERNON, KY. andeee us The old firm ask that you For a good Table In adruakeorow ut But Bernstadt, the : ol 100 years, and hit mother died at ui'iil bound Km territory, enlarged capahiii come in and examine your account and see And clean and well furnlsbed rooms, tbu Hotel Andet fatally .tnhbtd n Hotel is still This old and Tue Saturday night, Jim tiet and increteti reponAibility. if it i correct and let us start anew. The has no superior, Uool rample rooms attacbeJ.y the vlvancuU ;e of 105 Its fine reputatton. Charges reasonable Bill Hail. At 1'ilttburg, or n dive near ."TKates $2 00 per day. prided plan w devifod in wiloui, the founda-tioalwtT -J- luiGoulttr, who hs new firm expects to do a good business aud Special attention to the traveling public . there, Tom S ringer hot Vol I'nllpot in of a grand common wealth ecourily hianeifonhiseupsrlur suicltr over hi all ehould tike advantage of firt claw JJ. V. XEWCOSM, Pro'r, the hetd, inflicting a eurioil, but not nic Mt. Vernon, Ky. ,4k liiil. It remain to be eeen whether lie in no1 friend ud 2. Saturday night Theee good and low prices. eeatily fatal wound, a victim pie-en- t i. a wor'Uir curlodiati of .9 grtMt s The democrats, at it now seems, will ln,,bsurlK'. hi'U'ely Mis lh,i LONDON, KV. h in adA','r s2enl tru't. I'ne change throiU'h which we rre pirtie were all cjUbri'.iui tie i m nto the liicntnuu r probably have nocamlidato for the legislaZC3E1! T .B.RILEJT, Propriotor. vance. Is left. Jim even c tuakUl ti hi frin ab Hit conttntiy pi'iug, the dinger by which Dr. J. D. Mrritt, a intent medicine ture and many prominent one of tt.V. parI c jstimars la Stan lord rolUfer Mm P'ic we are onttantly onrrounded, the extmp'e peddler, w robbed of bit watch and $1- - ly here are urging the claim cf Mr. W. C. Tliorouctily Itotioviitcil anil Itcfnr-iiInIic- iI I will deliver lo pilttPW i' .)-- ! tnd vlclnltr ererr morning at lliroiiBliuiit I'irsl.l class 1'nrc ant iteming tev trip mi I fiee, with of forni'r naiijn, all wurn ut to c:ril 50 neu Cirbn WeJnetdy night bv an un- Webb, of Pittsburg, a Knight of Libar ami ruiisuniililo iilclit iiriccs. llaj-milrt wlT ?15 with our coneMted heritage to Une Cent Per Fonutl. all aiMlnncif wi'h known negro. lVliet attempted the arrest cindidate, under the impression that with Inlnxnro met by polite 1'orterH of tills tht h train the riing net f r etH iency, imprest-in- g at Lily the came nigut of tw dtrkitn1, ho the number of Libor yoles pledged and a liopiilnr House. Hu i Accounts due it the closo of each month or when custoumr quits. oiititiu.illy the ideatlial they will noon mact which wrsneieJ fr m lul Mih n e. ii.tiinoir. bat failed. They were boost from the democrat sill carry Mr. then Jiui be called to accept the trut thir fther acted hit r lio iir uoit$TJ. tiioo afterward arretted here, but trie? doctor Webb ahead of M'. Ward, the republican JSO. St. rEEKINS College. K. S. ilABIIM. ht n "IvUm Ik tie leivci o' Mf.uwn held and becou.t rpanibl for it. candidate. the guilty onei. Beochkio, Ky., May, 1S37. with iirignter, taid thy were not to their iiooe-'or-t thrjfios oil in ureen drpiry of efler Mrs. W. M Webjr and family re A. bright A Martin beg to Inlorui their many Mr. Jihn Iirl, with her pretty little ALEX. S. IWXTO.V, I'KLS. and undi- .iiianaer." II friend, tspjut F.her, ha better hope- -, extended friends auJ cuitomersol i he change In firm came diu.'iiUr, j due her hutbir.d at Junction here from Knoxville for the summer. Mr mlni.hctl lutre. been hiintiQB a retreu far him wsile xuCer Next S'ersion will beln gn City Sjudaf. Tney expect to mke that J A. Dickey, a prominent contractor on 9IAKTIX & PEKKIXS. ha1 find tht Ay i m fMin Hi" oUini a uool enouch The birbecue Nellie the C. V. Eranch and other roads, was here their home for the present. Mi sustain the firm horn not only i" Tne luaeit L'iint;ton and AdPhoru hiw thing in it. way, but it mutt not In expect INckney In returned frjm her viit to Saturday. MLs Annie Erans left for Thursday, the 1st of September utationnewthe old, but Intends toto mike many repof He hn hop, Intho manufjcture ol tobacco whicn ed to rupply the ti'tial method of getting crode.l ti Sunday, accompanied by Instruction thorough, anJ discipline kind, but tcr, Zine7ille, Ohio, I'aint Lick, accomptnied by her will be to the Interest ot our customer. We will Ann. Graduates outour dlflsrent courses em. thul there will "oon be a tacant hunk out the vote. There i no nrganlzition Mr Ward. Elder Livington pre icied at her father a far a Cincinnati. Dr. A. G ed to suit the tastes ami capacities of girls. arrangra devote spec'al attention to our Natural Leaf brands 03d t l'rank about a Kentucky's best leaf Thanking jou for pest t the feeble winded institute a frolic htrbecm It i. at Little special attrac ions iu the Djuirtjaenu ol Art and of favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, the Christian church Sauday. L'ttle Bus-eel- l LoveH is here from Louisville. ISJ.-t- f Music, tend for catalogue. Respsctfully yours. we remain, ind a hurrah, at which people pet entbureJ KjbitMon neirly gouged hi eye out Mis Lelah Williams, cf your place, is i JtAltTt. & VEItKIXS. Mim in a general wiy and to that extent good it w visiting relatives here. H B ictner'rf urel with a button hook. J. M. 1'tickeit In reLOUIS SCHLEUEL, But bubecue are .imply exra signed hit poiitlon a agent and operator at Dick Welsh's little dog ' Jack" was the K.nR'butT, a new England elrl lltinu done. 'trimming." to tint cimpiign. The re.l this atatiou and left f jr home Su iday night. mean of saving the liyes of two neero at Lyme, Conn. Tbey were married, eaya work it to le eflected by local organization, "Thecoiored Baptist church of atanfjrd will pay Mr. W.H. lliywood, of O.d Dopwit, take tramp a few nights since by barking the II rtford 'iiW,ln the old Cbainplin KICIIMO.XO, KKMl'CKV. Jlu'J reward for Hio arrest and conviction oi the O.d retidentern wtio and by holding meeting in every precinct. hi place. J. I). Smith and family are cti" at theai when they were lying asleep Houe, .till eUndint. person who tired into the church and woundtd on the track under a box car. Dick went Photographs in all styles and sizos. I'.ev. Oojrgo W Billing ou the night of the 22d ,.nUn.ll iim rrrf monr mt Lieut Bockner At every county .eat in the State there are to Lake Chautauqua for the summer ol May. youo fellow and from two to half a dczan young gentlemen out to ascertain (he trouble and waked the UkS a daihtnjc apperin wii Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and CKAllljACKUaX. AukSuanks.S 111 T . amArs-DAL- E, A Lost Opportunity. AUE l,AKIKB AD ALEX, l. who can make good .preche, and who will a few minutes before a freight every inch a darkiei up in Lh new unif ru lookid Water Colors. Mr. George Washington Cole, of L'hica train came in oo the siding and pushed the hi glad to ".tump" their countie. if called Junt aa the otlictalioK clerRyman an 1 Mils tat rery low New design) la to do o. The .State Central Committee go, didn't come home one evening at the or along. The frightened Africans wanted the fital word, of the eerrice there oo (MMy. Prices. utual time, nor the next day, and Mr. to buy the dog but Dick refused to part to it that DIM.S.BUUDETT, wi in alarm of &rr, a nel?hb:r' home wa tliould tte M.B. their ervicet are began a search for with hi valued companion. Cole, becoming alarmed, inC.J. burniritOCULIST. him. She wat nut euccessful and after sev! The saw mill of James Tate, 3 miles The bridegroom threw cfl hi coat and It i very plea.tnl to ob'erve that in tho eral day., mj ti Ut reort, visited the BRODHEAD, WY, Eistof Brodhead, was burned Friday at with the mtiii.ltr and the kuckIh rsn to dinusion of the biitle-tlt- g quetticn, As Trustee under deed of Trust executed tome morgue. The keeper listened to her de noon with 5,000 feet of dreseed lumber Lieut. Hackner renby J. A, Moure A. Co . f Kings Mountain Station, every expret'ion from the South 1. fcription, had an experience over fifteen tnl and theu said he thought he had The fire started while all the hands were at in trust tor the benefit ut their creditors, I will Has successfully treated ol bundreis of .yeara, Specases baa and rescued an k,ed d. dered eflhient ereice The South doet not want d cial attention Is given to the treatment of all a subject that answered to it. Tne wife dinner and was under too great headway OX WEDNESDAY, JULY 18TI1, 1SS7, of the eyes. Name and address ot patient! colored meant from the burning houe. the ll tg'; they ire all right where they art ; to look al the body and hewashown when discovered to be extinguished. cured given on application if desired. d This the they are not worth a hard word be returned, reciated, Tbn or thought. into the dead houe. At the burincss bouse of J. A. Moore A Co., at is the second time Mr. Tate has had the Kings Mountain Station, Cincinnati Soutbe n It, bndeen I received the ciuratnl itiooi of Thi is the univer.al .entiuient from the viewing the subject painted out to mirforlune to have his mill burred. He It., olfrr at publir auction to the nlghest bliier. After hUfriendf. Tne younK' officer took hit South and it .hame the perfervid elo uome and marly quence of a few Norlhrrn politician., with her for eeveral minute', Mr. Cole burt in never give up, thouzh. He went immtdi-ntel1st, The stock of Merchandise and to hit Kintucky bride ! to tear and declared that the bly wi that to another mill and ordered lumber Drugs, which was conyeyed to me err aiicceedini: summer until the breaktheir theatrical cur.et and detperate ap of her husband. But iir order to amure and rebuilding. by J. A. Moore & Co. by tho deed of ing out of the civil war became on peal. Indeed tho diicti'ion in. not di. herelf that she had nude no mi, tut?, she for The republicans completed their con trust. t Lyme, brinninir hi few day. upenl a turbed the era of good feeling, but ha con- reuuettod the keeper uf the unrguelo turn Knab, the fatuous vention labors Saturday and declared their 2nd, About 77 acres of land, with er The tho pipular and relublo U reran. Dtck. A Son, wife wtih him. Tne firmed it, by .bowing how fir the South the lody over ind ee it ttur wa a larse choice, which wsa a foregone conclusion moderate improvements, lying in celebrated C'lougn A Varren, and the John trouble When It becme evident iht ha hf the war behind in it new record of A Co, 'a Church cr on the btck uf '.he luofr. A he pro some time ago, to be Samuel Ward, of Pulaski County,. 2 12 miles east of waetoen'imbetwten the two feolion uf progre.t, and how it feels in it nntur-a- ! cede I to do so, a set of f lUe teeth fell out a Legislature, Science Hill, on the Cincinnati as a candidate for the over tbo country, Mr. Uuckner raide Botton ol the mouth ol lUe corpse upori r.l.uiont unler the ol I tlig. t.. matbie The Prohibitionists also brought their much Southern H. K. Any onodealrlnj an olejant anl durable Urje amouut ol rel etto he owned in lUrald. rlab Instrument will do well to examine our convention to a close without Chicago to her brother, then a lietiteinni TERMS. Tho personalty will lo sold In bulk prices bsforo pjchaslnj. "aioi ! ' exaUimed Mr. Cup, w.piog ber continued 'Years agents for tha W. H Dunn' 57 high grtde ieers were One wing of rn a credit of 30 day with good security. Tho making any nomination . ..... Joau Church A Cj., nnl will wararniT. - Tin cjure wr wnrefiie leetn.' IU HI" in. lent Hwav, "Goorge real estate will ba sold for half cash ud balance rant our PUlos loi oven eare, and our Organs in Wil.uti and Siiuinr I it Nowas for declaring Mr. Ward ln30days, nolo with good security Dctd will for llvs years The Everett Piano and the Clough adoptel becue cor utcalion wn fired nnd purciin.ed "You blamul fjo !" giowLnl the Keeper their party made terms are complied with. in are thn bsst anl tnost reliable were put on siala Odd and their candidite. but the proposition met beAddresswhen communlcitlous to me at Ilus'on-vlll- ,t Warren Org mviuracturM, Lieir. KiHK vember. T-.he all with the underitandios that of the morgii", aJdrwinw the curpe, Instruments Oar Instruments they weighed ',)17 aver.g.?, costLincoln Comity, Ky. with too much opposition, and Mr. W. was can be seen at Ihe pojloflUa In stanfjrd, whsrs I property in trutt buy he'd the roughly threw il hick in place an picked Mi IB II .1 IllB .1 f VIBIS A, Miss l'.osn lltcbards will state prlos, etc. Commenced to feed corn Feb, C4)lonel ivhen he was asked how he f for aud ing o cent. Ml. td wa u(tere.ard made a Co. Trustee fot J. A Persons who nave purchased ihest InstritmentJ KuiK'-houp lLeMe teeth; 'If Jon Ind ony kept 1 lth and continued until April '.'Oth. They will testify 'o their durability and elegant tialsU. stood on the Prohibition question he en you might have nd a Connecticut resimeat and wa unrlalty We will biil.iJ to servo tao puliik, aud guaran your mouth .hut i couumcd three barrel eHcb, when they tePntlsliK'tiou ' Tte dorsed most o' their platform and it aj wounded oa the field of battlr: buria'!'1 fl'rom tie I'jrif i Elder V. I, William", r.f Huitoivllle. also rap- were put on clover and on June 11th they peared for a while he would receive the reseuisine Joua uuurca ji co , aaj win ua pieai-eWith almon hi- - liut breath be rtcilled American Mi:izinn. to serve his friends of two conventions, but the hi averaged 1 l')0 p im.dt and are considered nomination hiitrutt and willed hi property, nol t) S. It if I4..I.COOH, Agsats. A Suiupter, Georgia, womon f.wiietl n motion to that tflect was overruled and afclaimed the be.t bunch of cattle in the county. Thev Rb'FEnKS'CKS eUter, but to her hmouid. It w" wanted to si ; he had her ter a little wrangling over the question the ICUlSVIllE NtWAlBAHYCHlCACOfiT .,- duly. Mr. D guinea lieu that (:, ru ore takini! on three piund JohnD. Carpetiter, liustouvllle; J M. Elmore, the by hi unthcr, luweer. and when ijp w Stan'ord, James B.MiIoy, Staalord; J l. Pnllips, for put 72 tboats, weiehing DO potiudi', with the nest broken up. S ie filled another ncd convention dispersed of its own accord Stan'orJ; A. It. Pennr. Stanford; Mrs. Kannle ended the c&ae wa fought in the count Karra, Lancater; (Sen W J. Lanlram, Lancaster; will waa cattle wiieti he commenced to feed the persisted iu flitting, hut her owner had de without nominating any one or the formali , but finally the nuncuperato Charles bandld go. Junction City; W. M. Payne, year-Preacbersvlllej Mrs E M. Carpenter, Stanford; of the Iool' cattle corn. They averaged 22'J pound termino I otherwis? and ajain broke up the ty of being adjourned. Mr. John Melvin Admitted to probate. The CJt Mrs. Maggls Holmes, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal1 sorrowfully was strongly spoken of as their probable 9H- LBAVINO DOIII 1S3 lyr avl it it ld tint Urn when sold M iy h at 1J cjni. Mr. Dunn nest. The pior foul liki'd on lace, Lancaster. ,uit wm very heavy prefer red clover above all grinies for aud saw her maternal hope blighted, turn- candidate. paid hit letdinj countel the uui 1 TI CINCI.W LOUISVILLE Uuckner fattening 'eer. -- Farmers' Home Journal. ed with drooping head, bilked iid to the of 100,000- Dally, secures to travelers Tbe statement i made that the peach 1 curbing and then well, flew up on .the Mr,-- Fannie Hill celebrated the 100th bepuiposr o( Busisrsi.-r- hhead foremol into the deep waters crop in Trimble county this year will bo TiieFiao .inniverstry of her birth at Wztbethtown plunged When they got her out she was tween loO.OOO and 200,000 bushel?, which THE MOST RAPID SERVICE however, wat praiseworthy Saturday. An active participant t, below "jBIue-GrrtH- s the in the Ilonte." will put a very Urge amount of money in object wat the Atlanta Consiitu'ion. and patriotic, because hia celebration was Mr. John W. Hill, the bus dead. Ever attempted between tbe great commercial citcirculation in that county. of the memories nor complete removal, not Oea ies on the Otili 111 ver aud ChlcitlJi), and hence band, who only lacks one year of being a Drunkennen or the Liquor Habit Positively The Wine and Spirit Association of the fastest time and inoM comfortable trains be- Shortest and Quickest Route from of the little ir.t Cured by aciminutering ut. jiuinea-Goldetral Kentucky to all Points North, the reaults of the war, but century old himself the tween Specific. Ohio, embracing many of the liquor deal-tha- t aud all points In the South, or to of thlaIIV'Mf mere East, West and Southwest. train and relict of tte terrible corllict that Xortlnrent. The counterpart The government ha instituted suit It ran he gU en In a cup of cotlee or tea withState, has passed a resolution endors- on all trunk lines Is denominated 77i Minlt-ei- l Faat Line Between of feelinK which we emiy prolong an irriUtion out the knciuliilKtf ot tlio IHTjon takltiK It Is Theaupertirolllnjetock the Fidelity National Ihnk of Cining the action of the Kentucky distillers in ploy Ilflrenn. Unlimited Comfovtm ati)liitt'ly harniTeis ami will etlect a perina-newould gladly nl-- e. again.t gives patrons every jtenerou American cinnati for the forfeiture of it franchite ami speedy euro, whether the patient Is a TAt all Coupon llckoi Omtes in the South operations for one year, and pledg itrlnkcr or rmi will find our time tables and tickets, ray JIo- - LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Neither the Rrandeur of the national a 'id the divolution of the bnk, the ground nimlcrale of drunkards an alcoholic wreck. ceaaini: have been made temThimtanils ing themselves not to handle any whisky nun, get flunon and atlck to Jlouon, If and devo r.nmnnr the etoriom heroism is the perate men who hao taken (Joldeii Spcclflo made between July 1st, 1S87, and July 1st, you want to save money auu uaien iieui juui-neIn their colieo without their knowledKe.and that upon which the suit based being K. O, MrCORMIUK, Through tickets and baggage chocked to any Hon of the national soldier require making if a fraudulent statement as to the believe thev oult drinking of their own General Passenger Agent. Chicago. destination reached by a railroad. Week,T- 1S33, and not to deal hereafter with a mennrUl.-rH"P"- 'a . Iree will. IT Nl'.VKU KAILS. The system Agents and Omcers: City Ticket kind of For full particulars, call on any agent of the condition May 13th, 18S7; loaning a once Impregnated with the Specific It becomes bank's E. A. Bi'CKNBR, 227 4th Ave.. Louisville, Ky. company, or who makes a run during that time. an utterlmiiosslbllltynirtheuniioc appetite to I. M: ToaiE.NCK, 1W Vine st Cincinnati, O D.A.FEELEY, b F. B. MORSE, or oval sum in excess of one tenth part of the capiflat exist. For full particular, address (iOLULH Why not have The pension effice report shows there Trav. Pass. Agent, Oen.Pau. Ageut With uch a handle the tal stock of (be bank actually paid it ; in- SPECIFIC CO., 185 Hace bt.. Cincinnati, 0, -- handle.? Lexington, a.y avingion.ii like axt have been isiued during tho year 55.577 H. E. UUNT1NUTON' Receiver, capital stock of the bink withHOUSE, OPERA can strike more accurately andeo creasing the workman eneral lirticea, Covington, Ky pensions of all kind.", originals, widows and WALTON'S , became the hoe out the approval of the comptroller; mak work nearer the plant-other dependent on pemiou certificUer. BrANKORD. KV. r will ing loans to divers persona named, taking IjIeb will not turn in hi hand. The edge nuPFiiArr. This ia the highest year in tbe history of 'iTTimi li.by nu sick, wo gave herCaitorta, - - Proprioto s. HCUO03ON evenly and the hoo lasts longer than as security therefor stock of their own bank; When she w.vi a Child, ihe cried for CaitorU, WALTON BROS. wear the government snJ exceeds exactly by is not having ou hand May 13 and on divers bTAFOBD, KY. with the old round handle. The wrist tbe number issued in 1836, tbe Hut When alie became Mist, ahn clnng to Catturia, cramped days before and after that date, the 23 per war when the facilities lor so soon tired nor the hand MalD Etrtet, wo dco.'i not year after the coatn aids cine.Whoa lbs bvl Children, she giro then Cutoriv to cent, reserve required bv law; and knowing,b atysrs Kotol; testimony were far urealer than (site of Stage, 2QzS'J. Elgnt with the flat handle. When you come wti ol beta. j furs Mtrnas Oxide Qsi aJulnliter dwhsci securing ly permitting the over certification of ery. itoatlng tapaclty, including gallery, repair the old hoe put an oval handle in miutreX. they now are. 1 attractioni. rstsr to check, Journal. of them. -ere Tin-ncCcm-ttcrr. 239-l-: J. T. Williaon it nuildin? a commodi- FOR SAIE ! GOLD WATCH LOST 1 lI3ll MI&MISTJERY. ItfOTTCKS clt en 10i-2- .. J, f tugh 1 vf pro-vide- .l AYRES& GIVENS, NOTICE grt ATTORNEYS l re-iJ- (I'JO-lr- .) jtit. ar. Wholesale Grocers tt 203-6- (2IO-4t)- d '' 1 TAXES! TAXES d rd I'it-mi- WILLIS HOUSE, g, llr. - J. WILLIS, Proprietor. 201-l- jtr. mals-isinln- g nt olo !' TAK0 MOUSE, n - ICE! reg-ala- K5E5! -- .iH' (nil 207-C- 1 h-- trir-mU.io- ti Stanford Female f 1 rci hi. ht, ,5-Cn- 0utrl furl-outl- y XIIOTOGRAFIIER, $10 KEWABS)! 1 Ren-cn- Fra-ne- s - PUBLiIC SALE -- go:d-nature- ills-ess- ki-e- y fPWS d n ey Liy-ingtto- mu-sic- ui ner ey Lif blue-i.ra'- "; rr re ut d A NEW PASTgMAIL -- it . LI. I. Pre-iden- nt lt, y. y din-till- e f. 0 DENTIST, rFn ?.H.,..A. .wlrA'ak'AjAhl. irli T pretty fair Smt-8SlcckIj) gnat 350 feet, j tu tho crowd attended the racwi at Farris course scret eoctetlei nre now tahins U,n,,nn' "' nero children and all the pennies they can Saturday and Uio day was greatly enjoyed I r mi (...imnmn by tho young people. Tne only drawback f.ti.i There are several "lodgei" hero now - July 5, 1887 y, Stanford. of system and the absence of n j c RiniH1 bsat Jll(lk,0 philips for Mr. Mary E Louckart, of this place, was a lack democratic nomination for sipjrintcn widow ol S B. Lauckart, a soldier of tho regular programme, hut it was the boys' the to be first attempt and wcaro not dijio-edeat of county schools i.i Wayne. W. P. WALTON. Mexican war, has been granted a pension. hypercritical. A Washington paper asserts that Sec Mr. B F. Keeder, who was bitten by The first race wa a half mile heat for the retary of War Eadicoll tendered his resiga rat and who came nearecaling the pearly championship of Madison, Boyle, Garrard, DEMOCRATIC TICKET. nation to the President list wejk. gn'es iu cone(i'ieDC3, is now thought to be Marion and Lincoln comities. There were James McE roy, the negro convicted of getting well. BOCK-NEIIOLIVAIl F H OotkinoR-SIMthree st triers: Turley, Richmond; Taylor, tho murder o( farmer Mitrt, wai hung at There will be a large delegation ol oi Hart County. Danville: Weidinger, Stanford. Weldlnger W. BP.YAN, Henderson Friday and died protesting his LlEUTK.VAKT UOVXBNOR-JAM- E3 democrats in attendance at, the dis got by far the bwt start, but before a quarter innocense. of Kenton county. trict Barbecue to be held in Elkln's woods, of a V. 1IAUDIN, ol Attorney Gk.nkiul-- P. mile was run he was passed by Turley -- A Methodist pretcaer has skipped in Garrard county on the 14;li. Mercer county. and it was nip and tuck between them unfrom LaPorto, lad., with the hired girl, Knee breeches, white flannel shirts and Avditok-FAYET- TE HEWITT, of Ittrdla leaving a wife with six children, about to immense necktios are becoming fashionable til on the down grade to home Weieinger county. passed him and crossed the line about two TnKiSVHEK-JAMES W. TATE, ol Woodford be confined sgiin. among our young men; ana they just go county, lengths ahead. Taylor wss, literally speaK-ing- , Sunday, John Wil-so- u wild At Chatham, N. J., over the game of lawn tennis. SnrKHNTKNDKNT OF PUBLIC 1.NSTBUCT10X. not in the race at all, having gotten shot and killed his wife anil afterward county. "The Salt River Tigers," commanded JOBEPII DES1IA PICKETT, of Fnyetto but a little over two thirds around the himself. Eight children were mnde or- by the revolutionary Reoisteh or tub Land Offick THOMAS H. veteran, Phil Marks, track when Weidinger stopped at home phans by the awful crime. CORBETT.ofMcCrscken county. will parade the streets and afterTurley withdrew from the race for the LKoi5LiTtE-D- r. J. D. PETTUS, Lincoln By the premature explosion of a blast wards listen to an oration at the courtcounty. want of wind and Taylor conceded Weidon a turnpike in Jessamine, John Brad-sha- w house. inger the winner. Weidinger' time was 1 had both of his eyes put out and J. Some of us have great respect fjr the minute and 45 The survivors of the fatuous Pickett W. King was fatally injured. seconds. nation's birthday (July 4'.h) and have con Philadelphia Brigade, Brigade and the Tne second race was for the best boy A fhnd at Jersey City tbiew a lighted sequently closed our buines houses, bat which withstool its terrible charge 24 years lamp at a worn in, but mlssjd her and the if you will get in the back doors am not rider. Bin Wearen and Julien Bourne ago at Gettysburg, met on the battle ground lamp exploding set fire to and burned up were the only contestants and the gold Saturday, the former being the guest of the her child. He was captured after a chase always locked. medal for that race was easily won by Sol and Bob Williams, two nero bays, latter, amid the greatest good feeling and and ia now in jail. Wearen, who in an excellent rider for oue were arretted, tried and held over on Sat- so young, although mast gratifying fraternal relation1?. They Bourne did remaricably A New York piper says Maris Hatpin, urday for stealing soma cash from Jaine wull. met as brave men do and the recital of the whose name was used in the last presiden erect of the day ie enough to paralyzj the tial campaign, has been married at Koch-ell- Shearen, a while man. About the truth of The free fjr all race wait the most excitit was that Shearen bet with the e;roes on little ouls of Fairchild, Foraker, Ilatstead New York, to Albert Secard, an uncle a game of cards and lost and then ho ing and in fact the best of the races. Thoe and the oiher bloody ecreechers, who want of her former husband. entered wero El II. Cronniger, Covington; "kicked." to renew hnsltlitiea 20 odd years after they August Weidinger, Stanford; C. II. Jeuk The business fiilure for the first half election of otlljers held on the At ins, Louisville. Weidinger had a splendid ire clo'ed. As Watterson recently said in of tho year in the United States are report- 1st inst. an Central Ldge No. S. by 1.0 O. F. start nnd ranssveril Ungths ahead tin one ot hia outbursts, "God will bless thele ed to be 4,912 against 5 130 for the same y, gions of love and damn the legious of hate " period in 1SS0. The liabilities were $55,-13- the following were chosjn: A. S McGror-t- til about a quarter of a mile was run, when X. G.j B J Durham, V. G ; S. F. he was passed by both Cornniger and Jenk000, against $50 43 ,000 in 1SSi5. R S.; R. S. Russel, P. 8 ; S. F. Frre, The brute Turner met his death Friday ins, who kept their respective places thro' -- George Jekel was discharged on his Trcas.; George Smith, P. G; B Maowsr- at sunrise with the same inhuman indifler UKAt IU IK si the race, with Cronniger coming out victor ecce that had characterized him ever since ex imining trial f jr the killing of his sweet- fine, O G. by about three lengths. c. Drufjs, Books, Stationery and It will be rememDuring the term just closed Central e was condemned to die. Afirr swear heart at JefTersonville r. Tne Lincoln county championship was iog in court that Patterson assisted him in bered that she was found dying in her fath- Lodge has added 2) members to her list by uifc rctiiuy mi uuiuo. won b Dr. W. B Penny. It was a quarter MV ' er's parlor and that he claimed that she initiation asd 12 by cards of dismissal from the murder of Jennie Bowman and stickc. U milo heat and was run in 42, seconds by I'hTilctaui irKtl)tlon iitumli j uiiimjuIiJxI Itfc a statement de- took his pistol from his pocket while he other lodges. ' Old Central" hue a history ing to it ever since, be Alio nre four hint on the last htat. There it nying his story end upon the gallows with slept nnd shot herself. of 47 years and many of Boyle county's ,y?12k&&l cUriers and three boats were run. ittivnv.w. W.vr The President has pardoned Thomas most respected citizsna have their name the nocse around bis neck, ha said, "Free "iiiVJOfcrVwrv - " r Tn mile dash wa run by J. F. Adams, " .laa lis , Patterson, the man was not with me," BallsrJ, the counterfeiter, who in 1S75 waq enrolled on their statistical record. ' Vj tZJK. vCS. "v Louisville; Rjbsrt White, Stanford; J. W. mi . n jk. m i r W i m ..l x. ffu i a, Sherifl was splendidly sentenced to 30 years in the Alhny petii- The work of the 01 wa;cni, ujockb, uyvj-Sam Moore, who livte on the Libation Goodm, LjuisviI!, It was wen by Adam lot jjargesi oioos done, Turnu's neck being broken by the tentiary. He was the m jst dangerous crini Jowdlrj and Siherware 'v V-irroad between Daoyillo and Parksville, and witn Uoodin second. White ran well, bat .ftsr-ar fall rrtd ail signs of life disappearing at toe io.il of his day and his seutence was for the n young man namtd Hayes, who lives near SCJa-!TfaurkM stood no caance with sjch riders. ih 7', Utr boiftit toWotelw, ClMkt Wr Ixvr lie- longest time ever given for tho offsnse. He end cf thirteen minute". and JrwHry tkt Lwt, Junction City, had a q 'turret Siturday even da-- h was lookiti fur Mr. to The Warranted MUt plrpJ ikil i Bn old man now, broken down in health Tliu prohibition candidate for governor, and the President thinks fjr this reason his inrf when Moore shot Hayes with a shot as the one in which iuot intenst would be gun, badly shattering hia hip. Moore is taken, but when it was found that there Judge Fontaine T. Fox, spoke here yester- release can do no harm. expected to surrender himself to the author- were only two entries and those two being day to a large crowd and his following ities this (Monday) morning. seemt-much pleased with his effort. He gentlemen not known locally, the interval MARRIAGES. pood speaker and did his best to prove is a ceaseJ. Cronniger ami Jenkins ran and up The Emperor ol Cnina is soon to he GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. to the time 3 miles were run they were not the rottenness of both parties end that the married and a million of dollars are to bs Lancaster. separated 20 feet. Oj this round JenLint only salvation was in accepting his docepent ou the festivities. A Knights of L'ibor lodge has been was strickeo with a pain and was compelltrine and voting for him. With a pressure We tender congratulations and good here. Forty members have been ed to retire from the rno. Cronniger ran of other matter we have not the space to wishes to Mr. Walker Fry, of the Danville enrolled. only four miles and was declared winner. devote to his speech that we would like to Iribune, on his accession to the noble army Rev. Frank Cheek, of Danville, preach- The time was 1G miuutea and G seconds. have done. of Benedicts. He was married last week ed at the Presbyterian church Sunday The foot race was eu joyed to a consideradebt was decreased during in Memphis, to Miss Julia Lehner, who is morning and evening. TnE public ble extent and was won by Robert Hail on the month of Jane $16,852,725 17 and dur- said to be a very charming young lady. Business went on as usual in the city the second heat. Tnoe entered were R. G. ing the year ending July lsl, $109.707,640,. yesterday. Our people are very fond of Hail, Uriah Bright, George Penny, Thomas DEATHS. 38. ThiBisapretty good showing for the work. There isn't a lazy man in town. Robinson. The run was 100 yards and was Mrs.T. J. Leake died at Brodhead on party which the republicans claimed would Hon. Henry Watterson ha, in a letter won by Hatl in 11 seconds. Bright won1 bankrupt the national treasury in a year Sunday of consumption. announced his second place. to R. II. TomlinsoD, Bishop Shorter, of the African Metho- intention to be present at the barbecue on after it was voted into power. The total arms debt is now f 1,296,281,402 19 and the total dist Church is dead at 78 Mr. Willie A Tribble wa very conspic July 14 Luke Poland, who had seryed in both cash available for its payment is $280,4S9,' In a difficulty at Kirksville, Saturday, uous for his absence. Houses of Congress from Vermont, is dead between two negroes, one of them struck 842 38. Some of the "wicked" boys bit s high of apoplexy. the other on the bead with a stick, fractur- 15 cents on the races. The Cincinnati Cwimerciaf Gazette pays Mrs. Mary Offeley Evan, wife of Geo. ing his skull from the eflects of which he Goore C. KelUr was nautical director its compliments as follows: The prohibi- W E7ans, E q , died yesterday morning of died on Sunday. I could not learn the par- and a better one we have seldom seen. third-nart- y crowd of howling idiots tion a piralyttc stroke, in the 50th year of her ticulars. George Penny sold favorite in the foot have nominated a State ticket of nobodies. age. She was a most estimable lady, a deWilliam II. Greenlaaf and wife, of St. race, but to keep up with the derby fashion There is not one or the names on the ticket vout member of the Baptist Church and a Louis, are here visiting their relatives. he as beaten ever heard of outside his own county. The true and earnest christian. Her husband '"Squinter" looks very palo owing to his reCaptain J. B liobbt wm as buey as a whole exhibition at Delaware has been of ana six children, all grown sa?e one, illness. Tom Bush, of St. Louis, is hen with one chicken and did hi best to cent eflronttry and imbecility; and the amount her and in their terrible loss a sympa- visiting his parents here. Tom has grown get order out of chaos. of ignorance and malice displayed is surthizing community unites in condolence. wonderfully. Every miu, woman and child wa sup. prising The funeral will occur at the the Baptist Mr. El Ruteell nnd niece, M,ss Lida plied with a walking cane and all were won John P Murray, of the Birdstown church, Crab Orchard, at 2 30 this after- Russell, of Breckinridge, Mo,, are visiting at Young's csne booth Record, one of the cleanest and best papete noon and the interment in the Lancaster at Dti. Herring and Fisher's. Capt. Elkin The minlc by "Prof." Lolle's orchestra in Kentucky, announces that he has taken cemetery at 4:30, came to towu yesterday and was very much was good and the light fantatic was tripinto partnership with him in its publicasurprised to find that it was the gloiious ped a good part of the day. LAND. STOCK AND CROP tion, Messrs. T; H. Morris and Harry Ba4th. He was under the impression that it Dr. W B Penny could b eeen ou every con. They are experienced men in the busA small crowd, no stock, no sales and was the25ih of June. John II. Woodcock side and attended tu very admirably the iness and we expect to see the paper beat little business make up the dull report for came up from Somerset to meet with the heayy business that restel on ht-- shoul ita past good recoid. Boone Club. He returned to that place ders July court day. Horace Beddo, "the Lmioviile bicycle Clark, Warder A C). have recently ne- yesterday. He says Bro. B irons' meeting credit of the colored churches in To the man," was on han9 and agisted tbe boys Louisville be it Bald none of them would gotiated for 2 000 bushels of new wheat at is piogreceing admirably. Glisgow News. I spent one day with the D. Boone ureatly li'.ii o i ah uoo I a mizsr as be is permit the funeral of Albert Turner, the G5 cents per bushel, Mr. K L. Tanner has bought several Club, which is now in Ctmp at island No efficient in his bu'ine, murderrr, to be held in it, and the remains Sitne very brave boys participated in the had to be buried Saturday from an under- crops of wheat for his Favorite Mills at 60 10, on the Hanging Fork. I was intro- riding. They showed ineir bravery in othbBlonging to the cents and the rise of the market during the duced to all the braves taker's shop. .A.T club. Tbey are all regular bucks and I er things as well as in the racing. A little next month. sawdust or an extra pair or so of hose NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS In Clark county 3,000 bushels of blue-gr- a's should think would look very ferocious in would have improved the appearance of Beed delivered on the cars eold at 50 their war paint, particularly Chief "Amerimonument to the Union soldiers of A Tfte dinner thingp. Mason was unveiled at Maysville, yester- cents and engagements are being msda at can Horse" and "Rd Seaves." The j tdies were C II Johnston, J. W. GO cents for September. wss excellent but savored more of civilizaday. Goodin and Horace Bsddo, all of LouisWilliam Gibson sold his farm near tion than I imagine the dinners of Boone The democrats of Pulaski have nomiville. Their decisions were all satisfactory Squire J J. Watson for the legists Daoker Station, Woodford county, contain- did. The ancient medicine man of the nated ing 170 acres, to Mason, Ford A Co , Frank- tribe is quite feeble and is tenderly cared and the boys desire to return their thanks tore. for by the braves. May he and all of them to them. The O lio prohibitionists, after a three fort, for $50 and $ 60 per acre. Tom FERitFX.b won the $32 sulkey put wose .Masters ueitverea tno urst new be long in the land. days' convention, nominated a full State wheat of the season Tuesday to Smith A Napoleon B. Price, known and loved up for rsfila by Mack Bruce yesterday. ticket. Tooe who are psteJ say prohibition Ririck at 72 cents per bushel; he sold about by all our people as "Uncle Poly," died at Lost. An amber broach between the Jessamine Journal, his lute residence near Lancaster on July will be defeated in Texai by 00,000 ma- 400 bushels. Hustonville and the Creamery. Mulecolts are scarce this year and the 1st. By his death Garrard loes a good jority. family a kind husband nd Finder will leave at this office and rweeive proportionatecitizen and his At P.Kkpart, Indiana, George Nichols prices at selling time will be reward, shot and killed his divorced wife and then ly high. We have heard of some engage- indulgent father. He was born in Garrard CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Ander- county in 1812 and lived here all his life. ments for good ones at $100 each. himself. Newp, In 1343 he married Mtss Harriet Stewart, Gov. Hill has just signed a bill giving son Tiik barn of Mr. Him A. Middleton, I will be in Stanford on or about the of Boyle county, who together with five near Crab Orchard, was burned Saturday bicyclers the siuie rights on the public highways as other persons and the boys are 15:b of this month with 20 head of cattle, children survive him. He was a brother night, it is supposed by the carelessness of 3 yoke of oxen and S00 sheep, Those wish- of Admiral Cicero Price, of Brooklyn, N, a tramp. Loss $300 or $100. jubilant. The wife ol Hon. Hamilton Fish, Sec ing to buy can be accommodated. J. M. Y., and the venerable Dr. Jennings Price, Our accounts are ready and we ask of Lancaster He was a life long member those indebted to us to please call and settle retary of S'nte under President Grant, died Maxwell. Lee, Hudson A Co. this week purchasof the Christian church and held the oflioe at once. We need the money and must at New Yoik, after a long illness. JOE F.WATEHB. JOHN P. DAVIB. Tne b)nd of E. L, Harper, late vice ed in Garrard end Midison counties, 20 of deacon at the time of his demise. His have it. Jones & Fulber head of mules ranging from 15 hands 1 inch funeral was preachol by E d. G. W. Yanpremlent of the Fidelity National Bank of In tiolfjuin, Cuba, a workingman built Cincinnati, has be;n increased to $200,000. to 10 hands high at prices from $125 and cey, on Saturday afternoon, and his remains a coal fire in his sleeping family room and laid to rest in the Lancaster cematery. The high license law goes into effect in $180. -- Danville Advo:ate. placed on it several leaves of tobacco, havFor Sale. An extra good Jersey cow Minnesota Friday, the minimum of license Tne Standard Oil Company is content ing been told that it would prove a prevenbeing $1,000, and in full milk her two rear old heifsi due Doalora In in cities of 10,000 or over In tbe morning the to calve this fall and htr yearling heifer. plating piping natural gas to Chicago front tive for small-pox- . in smaller places $500. man his wife and eight children were found Mrs. Jjhn Vaugit, of Pulaski county, I offer these animals because I don't need Indians, e, E. Pepper, a whisky drummer from suffocated to death. T. child a them and they will be sold at a bargain. by mistake gave her in Lexington, was perhaps fatally done-umorphine powder that had bjen prescribed W. H. Miller, Stanford, Ky. Bucken's Arnica Salve. While Mr. Joe Patterson wa? cutting a hotel at Logansport, Indiana, where he her-elf- , and it died. Tbebet9alTo In the world lor Cult. Brulioi for - - - - Bores, Halt Rheum, Fever Sorea, Tetter, Chapped In a mountain cave near Cookvillr, wheat on his place Wednesday, near Wil-mo- raised a disturbance. Miles Pay ton asks us to state that tbe lUndi, Ckllblalns, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, the machine caught fire from a hot Tennessee, GO skeletons have been found. It and potltlrely cures Plies, or no pay required, I, they are the remains of men that box and burned up almost in five minutes. 15th annual meeting of tbe Colored Mis- li guaranteed to give perfect is claimed aatlifactlon, or monoy Our stock' is comprehensive and brand new and prices with the refunded. Price 25 cents per suit ovei the clotest were robbed and murdered at different This is the first case of this kind on record sionary Convention will be held box. For tale ty of close buyerB. Come to b s us early and often. here July in this county, Christian church Jersamine Journal. Fenny A McAlliter. times years ago. ntcriorournd -- Maysville is happy over having strntk I DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNir. The Bicycle Races. A ft S rie. JULY 1ST, 1887 Your Accounts are due and ready ON PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. Unpaid Accounts of 1886 not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. 4 to-d- ay e, mm$m & wvmmimm iiu Mc-guir- e. B. PEMTf PHARMACIST, (-3-- ..1,- 1.' JEWELER. - . y tl rt M. live-Eii- 1 tJ !5rtSasir x.jl IF'IRTTIT 0"A.IR,S T. R. WALTON'S. E-q- ., IF'IFtTTIT OVISTS iLT eur-viv- i, a, wd&x o -- k1 SCYTHES &SN AT HS T. R. WALTON'S. by- toll-pat- BACON WANTED T. R. WALTON. ft WATERS & DAVIS, STANFORD, KY. two-year-- re, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. MAIN STREET, 19-2- 4. 7 njHffwnww wh wuMuiwhi Brucp A Mcltoberta' nd. it nave you n few dollars A VMWfNM rrr nm-I- I mi mi ryii laiii Head misht new lot of i Stanford Zy July 6, 1887 ed lui-ou- collaiH and ctilfn and p'ait aliirlB nt Bruce A Mcltobir'a'. by SeveiiAI. light showers Lave fallen in the last two days, but I arJIy enough to )y the dust, In sotnw l iliii.- m the county there was a sufficient fill to do some good. . Fa III Cinvaeeers succeeded yesterday in MY accounts will be ready for you getting subscriptions to the amount of $700 E. O. WAIiTON, UuulnoHB Mnnntfor. July 11. PleAne cill nnd settle. II. C. to hold t county at Farris' track this Rupley. A thousand dollars is wanted summer. 1'aiities havinz accounts with me will and will likely be raided without difficulty. l.JkN. LOCAL TIME CARD. leaxi: call nnd coltlo nnd greatly oblige. . 12 S9 is. iUU tialn going North The Huutotiville National ISink cleared si r. k. A. A Warren. " boutu t 45 a. m over five per cent, during the Isst six express train" south W i.K " Murli ' ' Little Jimmie(iiven.s, son of Dr. Car- months, the beu showing yet President tbo jotb Is calculator ou Ui. Jard lluu. Solar penter, was seriniisly cut in the head by Ki. Alcorn and Cahler J W. Hoskcr, wore an l almut 20 lalnutix tatr falling from n bugity, dished ngnin't n pist both here yesterday feeling proud over the A C. LOCAL TIME CARD, by n runaway horse. success of their excellent institution. dt 1 1 Trilm lease ItowUml at Upturning, airlreatCand and 7.20 a. u. 8:55 : m. iOWiL NOTICES, ready unxeu paints are to l Tur tad Kt A. It. IVnnyV AsKjotir iirocer for the Cinclnuitti Uo.' cracker and cake. W ATi'UKh nnd Jewelry riirod on alior lotteo nnd warranted by A. It. Penny. KtANDAHD ready mixed paint; quality nnd durability jzuaraiiteed nt McKibert imm"' IU-sin- Come at once and fettle. sate, com. Tin: firm ni IVnny ft McAliter baring dlffj vn', llie account are ready for fettle, ment. You may PERSONAL. Mi-- A comI'I.ktb atock ol juwelry, lstint A. tyle. Itockford ssatchea a epecially. K. IVnny. s Mav AiaM4, of Ml. Vernon, i the irient Vi-- h ' M M,M Anne S tank. ol. i.ik Dunn, of (Sarrird, it the C'H'ot if Mr. Huiith Huinhuian Mi-J- i I.izik Ki.kin, Uarrnrd roiinty, i TiKitUiu Mr'. II. J. Mcitiliertc. Ml"4M Mattik and Mamiit Owi.by of friend. are in I'.in, ibe Mil K. It. IlAYimu, of Sprlncftl), XI 3,, la back on a visit to rslatiye. tfn Mt. M C asdC C. Williams, of Vcrnar, were In lown Sunday. Mi- - ItrsmvA Pttaiit. of Crab Or-I, U wiili Mm. I)r, J. (! Cnrinlw. Mim May (Ici.i.y, of I'pper Cinrrard, Mi-xiiuLr wi h Mim Fannie Srfrttie, of thin oounty. - Mii MaNA Laikky, i.f Hloomincton, iinr. it viMtme 1 1 . Mr. Jbu a .1 Melt b tr K .'ri.NK. ilierli-- trui rate lite main lint, r yr.uoedwpntcl up to lb bicycle NrnTTK Inni., o Huyle, it tbo f her camin, Mio Dna Kpoonauiore near t iwn. Minimi Fa.vnik Hii.i. and MilJred Lewia are Tioilbi: Mr'. Ittn Bpaldinp, at Mi ( Lebanon. Mies Sai.uk Hahihson, of Cincinnati, t the enrol of Mr. J H Ilocker, and other friend. Miw 1'iiil KotirN, of Louiarille, i Tidituit! her pirenir, Mr. and Mr. V H. Duddrrar Mini IDA VejH, a handouis young from KlrbolatilIe, ie the ijtiet of Mm. M L llnurne Mil AND Mil. lllltCKINnllKlE Josec, cf Ht, hniia, and iboir liouncinv: baby bor( J.tiJ.are KHeliirf Mr. John M Held. Mum tiroROtE WitAY, of Slanford, I rpendint: a f'w wreka with Miei Hada and Courimanda Lr u, on Third avenue. lady er Journal. non, nnd Jennib Kennedy, of CrabOrchard, are with Mimm Millie nnd Zila William, on lower Main street Miw H L WniTKiCE.ui, of Mt. Vernon m the guent of Mm J. L. I) CliHndler, MirsCl.co Wiluanm, of Mt. Ver at Mr. W. F. Itimey' Cipt Mn. Chandler While, Those a Mexican i at lait t'i Kt silk hats are now in order, Captain, and don't tou fnri:et it Mi'siw Mamie Hhvant, of Clifton Forge, Va, and Beie llryant, of Bristol, Tenn., arrived Sttirday nnd are with Miss. e Fannie Hill and Mildred Lewis. Cot. John B. Fl.ic declines the thtter-jc- g cnll made on him to become a candidate for the Senate, because he is not old enouiih, according to the constitution, to terre, if be was elected. The Jenkins reporter of the Lancaster hop in the Inteiuoii JoUUNAL, loft out the name of one ofciir very niccit youoe ladies, Miss Jennie Kennedy, who was dresscharming-ly.-Ca- r ed in white albitross and looked Dnville Tribune. The omission was an oversight, which we regret and which we hope Miss Jennie will excuse, for she must know it was unintentional. LOCAL MATTERS. MitimitK very ill. Ol it old friem'. Frnk J. pnlon. I HAVE sold out my business at Junction City and nk thwe in leb ed to me to please come forward and settle. An earl settlement will savebnhof in trouble and ex penre as I will Ime to put my accounts in Moonlight Fo to be given by the the hnnds of an dicer if they are not paid The McKlroy Gleaners at Mrs. (Jeorge in a short while. J W. Vsnaredall. II. Bruce' will be a delightful couple of Tiieue will he GO performers in tho en hours for all who attend. Admission 25 tertiinment Ht Walton' 0,er.i House on Itlchmood 2u.O0 cents, which includes refreshments Thursday uighl hnd evtry one of them 19. Il.'t brood mare and horse or in are colt usd'r one year old special premium by AliOUT all that wn done by the nullity drilled lo prrfrciun. It will be worth J. M. Cation, dealer in Dry Uoods, Nocourt yesterday win to reduc souie wrong your time nnd money to see them. Go by tions, Boots, bbocs, Ac, Kirksrllle ... 10.00 all means Aduiirsion oO cents, reerved asne'smenls and to nduitl Mr. A. Miller's UDDLK H019K1: will to probate. It appoints his wife exec- seals 75, to be had at McRoberts A Stagg's. 10. Best Stallion four yoars old acd over special premium lijr Messrs. June A utrix and gives hei nil of his eUle. Shot hy a Himiirr'u IWu Sherifl !2j.00 John U. Walker, Ulchmond T. I), Newland, learning that Tom Fish 10. lint Stallion three years old and unJer Killed Jim McCrty, who uel to bad (our special premium by Jack Freehen suen in the vicinity of Crab Or keep bar for b'quire I'ortuian, shot und man, O recedes, Boots and Shoes, Ulchchard, since bis alirged departure to evade killed Bob ISrinton nt Jellico ywtcrd.iy in 10 CO mond arrest for tlio murder nf Joe Whitley, took n row, which originated in MtCtrtf's 21. Best Stallion to years old aad under his deputies, O is Newland nnd J. B. Cook, B. by W. three special Kiintoo' body vris brouaht to together with it pwwe consisting of Jailer White, Floe Clothing and Oent'a Fur- Wllliumebur, whfre hi" friuods live nlshlisr, Uoods, Ulchmond 10.C0 Siui M Marshal John Xewland Best .Stallion. Mare or (lldln; one year nnd MesM. I. M W. (S. Riney, J Death, (leurge Bill, after an illnesi of old and udder two special premium by nnd went four wesks. of a brain nnd snlntl aflection, A. Allen nnd Tnouipt Ri.-ieW. W. Pl, ale and LUery Stable, died Hiturdav afternoon, aged about 24. It thither Stiurdty uiht lo cipiure him and Ulrbiuoud 10.C0 livst Stallion under one year old spewill be remembered that h inlerferred in a his partner in crime, Georg Slepoenson, lls! premium by Cobb A Wbitlock, row betweon his father, Billy Bill, nnd his who hs aUo liscome ii fimve from jusDrugs, Groceries aud Hardware, Kirks, mother, and that be shot Iho old man dead tice. I'd pO'S went to lh lniiH of Fish's vlile moo jnrcli from him for it. father and umde n when be endeavored to MOCKAWAV Binn: drinking a good deal sines the cellar to guml, but fojrj.l no'hing lo base 21. Mareor (loldlag-niecII ha premium by btoekton A Willie. DrusgWs, Iainle, there H'iv.) n act and tint no doubt hailened hi death. a balief upon tha. he htd D.ls, i , Iticbmood I1VC0 pallet in an unused garret. Afttirwards SAttbLK Thk Laacter CnMsthenic Club onhi t they went j Armp limit's nod arrived 21. and Ixstt pseer or nwker spnial draw a full horue here Tburday nirfbt. there about 5 S ;ndT in iroin.-- . A search premium by J ('. Lytr, dent's (ioodsand ileicbant Tsllorlog, The erulution thtt the pretty yotieg girl of the hoiiH revealed neither of Ihw fugHlehreond 810.00 through is a wonder to itehold, nhilti itive, bit you-i- j Jim Hull nu found K rmcv icasoft: the musical features of the programme will wrapped i.i the arm of MurphetM and . Turnout srKClal premium by le deligbtfnl. A number of eol-- by ex- nit(ht shirt. Trie "her II bad a warrant Cruoke A m Dry (iwNJa and lltibant perienced vocalisls will bfl given, beside that charged Jim with having commuted Tailoring, I'.UHuund , 310.00 some iii'irumentil piece that cannot be rip on a lady in Gmard county and he 27 Best horse for (lencral Utility, regard-les- s ol set spatial premium by J. W, improved upon. The proceeds are for the gently awoke him and informed him that Wllmore, Drus, Hardware and (iro- benefit of Bright' church and everjbjdy he was his prieoner. Jim told him that ( irlr. Kirksrtlle - 10.00 should go and thus conti Unite to a good was all right and e&id, "I suppe you will 2. Ittst loy rider under II jean old (peel ,1 premium by i W. Plelteh, dealer cause. Msjor Hirry A F.vans is manager let mo go and put my cluthei on." Iaitcud Harness etc, Ulchmond, a people may expect a ral of putting them on he prung out of the and esys our boy's salJIc, warth 10.00 treat. door and in plain view of six determined llAkNK'S ri.no; took to his heels, 29. Fastest Stslllon, Mi re or Ueldlng one SEiuoud CiiAiuie. On a warrant aworn men with drawn pistols year old aod under two, lo be led or minus shoes and with his shirt tail floating out by C. N. Warner, an L. A X, detective, driven five times arounl the rlog, speon the breix. He paid no attention to the st Menefee, appointed special ofli-ccial premium by B. II. Neale, of "hall" and n volley of pistol shots 20 00 by Judge Ctrson, arreste I W. II. Pol cries were fired nt him. O le bill took til ct in 30. Mare or (ieldtng any age style, lock Sunday morning and took him to the eped anJ durability considered spena ho attempted t j get over a fence Hheppardsville jtil, charged with breaking his rear cial premium by Wllkie A Sleet, Lite fell, perhaps mortally wouodeJ, the and he Mock Commtstlon Men, Cincinnati, 0., 55.00 into and robbing a ctr at Lebanon Junction of two boiei of shoes, the property of missle hnving rnoed so a to enter his bore him lo the houe Bruc e A McRoberls and I). W. Vandevee bladder. The pj-nnd Dr. OrUi.im having been called nnd Thectlense was committed Nt March and hulks: although Pollock maintains his innocense haying pioiounced it dangerouito remove 31. Best Horse Mule two years old and over 10,00 him, the shenfl left him with his friends. Hi Bst Horso Mule ose yeu old and un the facts seem to be against him. He is a A more determined set of men (Jo lid hard10 00 der twj on the road and his wife and two 10.(0 ly have ban obtain I thin o.npjed the 3$. Beet Horse Mule under one ) ear old children live at Rowland. pove.an.l while they regret the ueceiiy of II. Best Marc Mule two years old and over 10.00 Best Mare Muleone year and under two 10.00 A pRirrrv How-t- o no Thursday Iat firing, they know the had (he right to mid 25. Best Mare Mulo under one year old SG. 10.00 on n wirrant chirin him with aiding and would haye biea inexcusable if they had sadolu it msi:s: nbctliug F nh in the m.irder of the negro, not Dr. Carpenter, who wa called to at- 3T. Best saddle Mare or geldlnj four yeirs old and over special premium by LoWhitley, rihentl Newland went up to Crib tend the wouti lei mm, foind that the ball gan A Brewer, Fancy Dry Goods, Boots, brought Oeo Stephenson be hnd pissed thr.uigh ttie bl ulder, leaving Orchard and (20.00 almos, Hats and Clothing, Lancaster fore J tidgH Viunon f.ir tritl. Judge Htns two holiw in it mill lodi-it- i in nh hip, Hu 38. Beat Saddle Mara or (Jelling three ford and W. T. S'ephenson. father of Iheac- - performed the necwiiry operation and yMrs old and under lour special premium by n. W. I.lllard, cti'inl, cime down with him The pri'oner thinkd there is n cranes f.r tii-- recocry. etc., Druggist," Paiuts, Chemicals, to waive an examination, b'lt net wanteil Hiatt ha' bad some clo'e cil's in r.is time 10.00 Lancaster ing Ciunty Attorney It. C. Wtrren object and ss be In nlwayj pulled through lie o' BestHadJle Maroor teldla; two years ial fixdd for Siturday. will likelr do s) litis fins ed nn.l the trial w old and under premium 1I li.is bern by (ireen A Farils, dealers In Boots, The law ssys plainly that a unn charged struck by lightniug, shot onc before in the Shoos, Hats, Caps, nnd Gent's Furnishwith n felony mtnt either go to Mil or be bowel nnd pissed through enough to hnve 10.03 ing Goods, Ulchmond placed In the han Is of a peace officer, but killed half a doxui ordinary men. 10. Kest saddle Mareor GelJIur. one year it scemi that it was ignore 1 nnd the man old and under two rpicl&l premium by C. Hunley, Sale and LUery Stable permitted to go oil" with his father nr.d at itif iiirwuTisunuiTK. 10 00 Uicbmonl torner. The conseu lence waj that Stephen- 41. Best Saddle Mare undsr one year old eon foiled to appear at the appointed time ricial premium by J. B. Walker A Bro. and is now a fugitive from justice. In if Dry Goods, Groceries, Drus, Farming ! Implemeuts, Harness, Saddles, etc , seems to be a pretty loose way to do btui 10.00 KlrksTlllo ness, nod if permitted to prevail there W, N. I'otts. tho Manager of tha Stanford Holler 12 Best Brood Mare and pre will be little ue in trrectin j a min for any Mllla Company, will purchiie Wheat. rrtlei mlumbyJ B. Carter, dealer In Lum-tie- r wiiblng to sell or exchange wheat will call and We give fair warning to all who are indebted to us that if they do not come in and eltle by July lb h, we will put the accounts in the hands of an officer for collectA Craig. ion. 0ley wine ipe-ripremiums lit by J. S. Colllnr, Furniture, Pine Cirpeta, etc -- Handtonic--itI ".oil Kngravlng, worth Viiil,!) J. J. llrooka, UtiigtW, llich- mond 210 Best three pounds ol bittttr-apcc- lal premium by J P Herndon, dealer In Drugs, i'alntr, Oil, Ac., Iticbmond 5.(10 Best gallon of l;e crram 5 00 IksI gallon of bberbel . 500 Kcft Black Cake-- lit premium l.y H, J. 4SBaHPs?.-ij.3- v fV jeTsBBBBBBBBBsflsHMiEiTvtVj Strew;, wholesale and retail dealer In Dry flood, dothlng, Bouts, shoes, Ac, Ulchmond MOO 2ml premium by Association 600 Best8pone Cake 5.00 Beat bushel of new Wheat- - apeclal premium by E, Korman BuDanzi Mills, Ulchmond . 10 00 The most perfect Ma blue ever Intented. Winderful saslnx of 1a. tr ard easllr operated. Bead the following testimonial from la lies of llustonvl.le and vicln.ty iiAasic'H lioasw: Best Htallion f tur yeara old and orer .. t 15.00 This Is to crrtlfy that wearo usln; t'jo Flireni.) Washing Marhineaul hlnk it the only Machine we ever saw that will do all Itilaliut It iata clothing and labor and Is well worth tbepllce paid for It litttatallion throe years old and under Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mrs. D. W Stig. Mm. S. F. Oonan, Mri. earn four Mrs, J. P. Ulffe. Mrs. T. J. 10.00 Uoblnson, Mrs. George W Ul.1e, Mrs. J. T Uose, Mri. O.C. Lyons, Mrs. i. G. Drye, Mri. Mag Dunn, Best bullion two years old and under three 10.00 Mrs. Joseph Cotley, Mrs J. K. Bauguutan. Now Is jour chance to aecire the best Machine of the age. Best Htalllo n, mare or gtldlng, one year oM and undtr two .... 10.00 Heat bullion under one year old 10.00 Headquarters at Dr. Bourne's, Stanford. Beat thorough brtd tuate and colt undrr cial one year premium by Million A Vox, Livery and Hale btable, luino-riud- e Keit two Lotties FLOREK iff WASHING M kmiUL iryi).v, .vi'.ii.tsWriiiA' hose, WALSH, THE TAILOR, 2IW Foil Kill AVKXL'K, XiOTTISJi:I.I3, P. S.-FI- NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOIIN BRIGHT, JR. btr-Do- 0eti, DR. 3. G. HOCKER. -- c. y HOCKER (SL'CWKSSOitW & BRIGHT, jastly celebrated and most nopular TO W. II. lllfiGIIX.N.) We will continue to handle the bn ault tLo.-uUg- ti -- un Et Ul ki.no.-Fatte- COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Full lino of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wo will still placo the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the ltad of all othors, where it jastly deiervo to be Ask your neighbor in reference to its supsnority. No steel plow in tho market -- equal to the IMPERIAL Examine tho BRINLE7 COMBINATION PL0 '.7 & HARROW, In tho PUMPS' lino we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEV 1T0R hai uo equal. All wo ask is to give it a careful examination and trial atid yon will not have any other, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. v. it. .iiciunnicy, siiivNuuiit. Si. -- "K JC in-tl- Mi:m?n i XT TAII.OiC I bare received and still receiving Web-Be- New Goods for Spring and Summer ComprlslUK the best In the market, which will i Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to ISono tn City or Country lv Me it Trlnl. Jth:. o. rtjplby. WEAREN k nt MENEFEE, avBH nStnlJatAaBls vtejssSK&Oy. Y i illK I M V'jCV' lraLWxJSaaWBjy'! S I' Pl'lrTK.rtfT" three-spec- taJ!tt'?rVi WHEAT WANTED Colt-spe- cial die use. 243-4- t see htm at the Mill. BTANKOKI) KOLLKU MILLS COMPANY. Boun, to the wife of Jeff Jonee on Friday Klrl. . Fine line JfoiiODV ol Candies just recelye.1 nt A. A. Warren's. not eyen the banks or Capt. Richards, both institutions being kept open H day. Those indebted to me will please come this and forward and settle at once. I my creditors to favor me with shall expect an early settlement. I need the money. Mrs Kate Dudderar, oberved the glorious Hh here, ik That accomplished orator, Senator Jas. W. Bryan, candidate for lieutenant govern nd nt or, will speak at Liberty, July 13 Jamestown, July 18, at 1 o'clock in each instance. The people should turu out and listen to the finest stump Bpeaker of the day. Wasicikh Machine. Messrs. II, T. Wileon, B. P. McAIIUter and M. W. Rose at Dr. have establUhed headquarters here and will givo our citizens i Bourne's chmce t3 purcbaie the Florence Washer, said to be the most perfect thing of the elsekind ever invented. Bee teatimonlaU where, The Club meeting at Mr. S, II. Biugh-man- 's Friday night wan the most elegant atliirof theeeieon. In fact we doubt it larger, hand'omer and happier crowd ever gathered in this section. The grand old mansion with its large and airy rooms, epicious halls and beautiful grounds are especially adsp'ed for such entertainments, and its clever owner had left nothing un done to add to the enjoyment of the guests On arrival the couples wire ushered in rooms up stairs to prepare their toilets, after which little Misa Sallie Ihughman saw nnd escorted to the thr.t thry wero beautifully furnished and decorated parlor. There Miseea Kittie and Annie Btughiuan and Mr. James II Baugbman took charge nf them and acted as entertainers in a manner that at once demonstrated their tact and their ability to make everybody feel at home. Dancing, strolling on the lawn in the light of n beautiful harvest moon and various other amurements were indulged in till 11 o'clock, when refreshments, con slating cf ices, cake, fruits, cuts, Ac, nil excellently prepsicJ and beautifully arranged, were etrved nnd enjoyed with nxest thtt proved how heartily thev were nppre ciated. Afterwards the former gayetle were returned and kept up till 1 o'clock when the happy crowd broke up and with thankful hearts to those who had been the nieana of afiordlag them so much cojoy-men- t repaired to their homes. The writer desires to express bis higheet appreciation of the event and to return his warmest thanks to the trio, who so delightfully en- UrtaineJ, at well as to the kind boat and hostess for an evening of real enjoyment long to be remembered. n. and General Merchatdlse Beat Walking Mare or Gelding any aje sjeclal premium (in gold) by Citizens 10.00 Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve hides is larger and more complete thanf ever; before, from the cheapest to the best. Sash-Blind- s, PKOFOSiLS ! National Bank, Lincaster SADDLK RING! JWKKrSTAKKS 41. Best Saddle Stall. on any age special 20.00 Will be receded for tlio letting of the Maionry for the hrldge across Dlx Ktver on the line ol the Stanford, Dlx Hirer, Oarrard Oounty A. White Oak Turnpike, near Duddcrar'i Mill, on premium (in Gold) by First National Bank, UlchmoDd 45. Best Saddle Mare age-sp- ecial 820.00 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. H.QHEEX.AKt,. Hnstonvllle, Ky. NATCH DAY, JULY 10, 18S7. App'y to tbeBecietary fir rptctScatloni. A IjKX. Tit A VIaOU, Prea., 46. ir. a. Tiiiiim,ic,atc'r. jn.td. EIGHTH EXHIBITION OF The KIRKSVILLE PAIR ANNOOIATION, To be Held In llurnhani's Wooli, near 47. HiRHSVILLE, MADISON COUNTY, SV IS. FRIDAY k SATURDAY, JULY 22 & 23 OFFICEBS: C. CHUISMAN. II. WALKKK. B. SIMMONS. ASSlTAhTSKCBKTAET-- B. B, KMRltY. TBKASUItKB- -J. Itisu Maisiuls-A- . M. KLOKA, AMOi ELLIsON or Gelding any premium by W. M. Gulley, Agent for Plant A Mark, Cincinnati, O; 25.01 Beat Harness Mare or Gelding four years old aod over special premium by Klnnaltd Brothers, General Insurance Agents, Lancaster, Accident, Tornado, Life and Tire Insurance Th?y represent eight nre compiules with tout assets of seventy-fir- e million dollars. Lightning clauses attached to fito policies without additional charge. All bcneit losses settled promptly aud 20.00 without discount Best Harness Mare or Gelding three years old and under four special premium by Wiggins A Breck, Hardware, and Farming Implements, Ulchmond .. 15.00 Beit harness Mareor Gelding two years old aud under three special premium by Shackelford, Gentry A Co., Hardware and Farming Implements, etc., 10.00 10.00 20.C0 WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Crescent Route. Queen andOrloano acd Toxas Paoiflo Railway.) (Cincinnati New Shortest and Quickest Lino to Now Orleans, Florida, Soutli East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. HKAlr DOWN. "TltAINHBOUTH. Mo.l. iI Wo. a. I flo. 9. Dally Daily, 'Er. Sun. Dally. I KKAD UP. TRAINS NOKTH. Mo, 7, STATIONS. i o. :. pm p ' I Dally. Dally. ITe...Mnclnnai iieorKciowo . Dally. Kx. Sun No. 4. No. 6. No. 8. Dally. ni ui tn iii in in Dally. Prksidknt-- C. A8. tfECHKTABV-J- apeclal pretal. um by John O. Taylor, wholesale and retail grocer, Itlchniond, Kt premium by Col. 2. UeatoU V. W. Irvine, Ulchmond, Ky 3. Beat plate of beat blacult ipeclal oy Covington A Arnold, wholesale and retail groceri, IMchmond, Ky.. i. Beat loal o( light broad (salt riling), to M." tliur special be mado ol "J. premium by Karri) A Burton, grocer- , lej and jiriigtUllver Creek 1. Beat home-mad- FEIST cheeie e ham-iptclal 3DA.1T. m 1 10 a iii II 5.a aomcrMt .., 2 42 a 8 10 a 9 to p in OaVilale 5 55 a 5 00 a OM p m Kmbry, Live Cfaaltanooa .... ..I 8 45 a 10 40 am 10 35 p Uirmlnglnm ., 3 50p 50.00 6tck Commission Men, Cincinnati 7 00p ui, 620 am Kuiaw..... .. 8 00p I'bicus or aomissiom: 3 45 a in 4 SOp m MerMlan 00 a - ..'II Each p.'rson twelve yoars old and oror... 50 cts 835pm 900a mi h'ev Urleana ..I CIS a Children between "and 12 rears old ...... 25 eta 300 am ..MerlJian II 15 p m Children underseven years old no charge. J 5. CO 6,55 p m M..Vicksburi.... ...... ' 8 00 a m ., No charge lor vehicles. 8,00 a m ., hrTeporl. ...... GMpmi., 7.50 am B. Walker's and -- T. i Junction. 7 10 p ui.. e7Tlcketsforsaleat J. i 6.C0 Cottsn'a Stores In Elrkavllle. Tickets No. 9 leayoa Oakdale dally except Hunilay. at 6 15 a. ir., Arrlrlng at Cbattanoijt at 9.80. No. 10 must be produced; no money received at the gat e. learea ChatUnooja at 4.30 p. u., arrlrlng at OaaJaleat 7.11 r. M. Kicellent Stabllnj lor all horses within sight of 5,00 Mann IJoudolr lluflet Sletplnj Cars on all through trains. the grounds. H. OOLLBRAN, Qen'l Fit. A Pair. Ast., JOHN C. OAULT, Oen'l Manager, reTAll correspondei.es directed to J. B. Walk-cK. X. HYAN, Asst. Oen'l Frt. A Pass. Ajent. n.CAItltOi,i.,Ciea'lHupt., H. Embry, bitter Creek, Superintendent, Somerset, Ky. will Klrksville.'ot J. W. W. WGULS, 5. CO be promptly attended to. General oacra, Bt. Paul Bulldint, Wrat Fourtb Stmt, Cincinnati, Ohio. Ulchmond 40. Beat Harnees Mare under one year old . 50. Beat Combined Saddls and Ilarnesa Mare or Gelding any age.. 51. Best Harness Stallion of any age style, speed, durability considered sp;clal 1125am' 7 55am 403p in 0 00 p 1050am, 705 p mill 33 p I . 'rv fi 12 7 31 11 47 a ml 8(fJ 12 21 111 8 59 12 3.1am 'J 10 12 premium by Grtea A 1 53 p 111 2 45 p 111 25 p in ... J 30 p mi 8 35 a in: 8 00 a ui 10 00 pm 5 10pm' Bl'iPIili...1 inn 1 11am pui pm'12 m II Sip 21 a 05 a 15 a I.fxlngton Nlctiolaarlllr .llarrotlsliuri; Junction.. Danrllle lunctlon City . ... Klupt Mounlaln 3 3 2 2 2 47 2U 51 8 00 p 135p 12 19 p ft 10 25 m 7 27 in 7 00 m fi 27 m t J 47 m 5 32 ui 5 20 m m in m m1 a m' 6 40 a a in 4 10 a a ui. 3 43 a am .123a am a la 2 33 a a m 2 23 a r, ? -- ! WE SHALL KNOW BY AND BY. 1 H IB Conditions of .Society. Tho womnn borrower nourishes in nearly all stations nnd conditions of life, and fow neighborhoods are froofrom hor. She Wo wonder why our F.ithcr hides. corns to llvo with tho Idea that nnv one's And "111 not Ictus see nndovory ono's possessions nro legitimateroyal twit 2 w lleyond tho curtain that divide) cold. ly hors, for a timo at least, and borrows Time from otornlty. Tho landlord saw us soatod, and having promiscuously from all. It does not mat-to- r placed boforo Dan a dish of potntoos, two to hor, truthfully obsorves tho Boston Hon manv friends have passed away, slices of broad, a roally generous s.lco of Muihjtt, what tho article is, or of what Away wo know not w hero. s veal, with a small dish of grnvy, ho wns vnluo lt may bo to tho owner, if she thinks nt the dawn of day As upon the point of turning, whon tho sho ought to havo It sho genorally sucForsake tho Illy fair. hungry mm askod if ho couldn't havo ceeds in obtaining it. If told that tho Or like bright, silken sunklssod sails something warm to drink. Ho didn't article wnntod Is a roilc, of which Home liy tho summer breeze caro particularly whether it was tea or you thluk a grout dcnl, owing to IJeyond tho lino whore vision fails coffee. being n gift or n reminder of somo old as To str.ingo and unknown seas. "Wo don't furnish hot drink with din nor sociation, nnd you do not Uko to lend it to wo knew, would that we ItnsT, Would that unless ordored," said Loftus, any ono, sho will smooth it all over with, Wo sigh and sigh and sigh n?aln; rather hu filly. "I'll bo so careful of lt; I won't luirm it In Where float tho sails one lost to view "Wall, ole lnss! Jos' you consider thot tho least." Sho overcomes nil your little Upon the trackless main! I hev ordored cofleo of yo've excuses with her promlsos of carefulgot it untidy. Kf yo haven't, lot'r bo ness, nnd goes uw.iv happy in the posWo shall not know while hero, but soon toa." Wo'll greet thoso whlto sills flown. session of tho nrticle, whllo you aro In a A girl who was In waiting continual worrv until its roturn. If And oh. how swoet In Heaven's high LJ ..siiMt nAU V jA V ;?i To know us wo are known. at tho side board was directed to call for bronght back safely, you aro vory thank- m. the coffee-pot- ; 0. If. Crofts, in .,?and shortly after, as ful, for lt was hardly what you expected, though fonringthatho might como to high but if any thing happens to it, there is words with tho fellow if ho remained, tho nothing to be dono but to neeopt her apo.-ogy"MUCH OR LITTLE." fat host took himself out of tho way, tho mishap. Sho tolls you slu is leaving A Greedy I.iindlnrir Ituln Which W.i upon Susan to wait upon the tublo atid sincoroly sorry that any thing should have the guests. Sl.nle t Work llotli W.iys. hnpponol to it, and if tho artie.o was some Susan Mason, tho damsel of the red thing thnt It wns necessary fur h r to Ye.irs ngo Stephen Loftus was the landlord of our village inn. Hiysicully, Lof-tu-s head, was a farmer's daughter, whose have you excuse her willingly; but usualThlil rasrrl olrurltj, nrtr Trle. neighbors to ly this is not the case; for It is something itrciirfttipowder wliolesomeneM. A Mare xonoinlri was one of tho lnr?ost mon in tha parents were noxt-doo- r nud weighing considerably ovor two Abnor. anl they wero friends. Shedis-lik?- that she does not nee I, unless for orna- than tho ordinary kinds, sn ran nut l mo town, Loftus: nd whon Abner h id given mentation, nnd you ean't help thinking rohipptllon with tho multitude of low trst .thon Montnlly nntl morally, hundred pi unds. powers So J o n y In wcitit no was ouo of tho sm.illost. Ho was a her to understand tho game in hand she that sho mlht have done without it. An rani. uluui or jituphat. Uovil Hikinu I'owDKa caught at it eagerly. ICT, Wall Street. New Vork skinflint on n small scale. Ho never made accident of this k nd would deter most And then began a scono of tho drain a womon from borrowing from thi snmo largo votituros. Tho turning of on lion-oI never saw approached by any othor penny gave him no particular joy; that person ugnin, but not so with the womea hut if ho could got the better of a noiRli-bo- r, man. Dan's plate was cleared in a twink- borrower; she Is ready to barrw the TTBTEiiRXSKT, ling. or of a travolor, lu tho way of a vory noxt tiny from the same person pro"Sooz'n' A leetle peice more o' thnt viding AMJ trade, ho was happy. On tho other hand she nnv has thing him ba overreached ia the way of a ere weal, 'f 'u please." that sho may want. Mio never ! SALE 'isryzz-w- It came a genorous slico; and Dan thinks trade, or In tho way of any kind of may people that not rniiieJ another potato. Jbusinoss, and ho was in agony. wish to loan some things, yet will often HaTinj rntfd "Sio'n' Will yo h' me hev a bit moro do so, really against their judgment, rroi'ared to train thsUMnnli IVt outrst, I am Ono day Doacou Hibbard a good old and lrmU mtwiialle "farmer, from tho uppar part of town, bread!" rather than refuse, thinking n refusal tcriui. Couuty I'ourl dsy iraJe tollrlud She brought him half a loaf anl moro might hurt her feelings She is always n. c.i iti'r.s rr.it, In at tho tavorn, and as iced Loftus callod Mintoid, Ky one of the d 4f ho could givo hlra "a bito of something butter poople nmong "Sitfz'n: I declnrl That ero weal is your ncquuintnncos, and is really sincere ito oat." llo lmprossod it upon Stovo Lof-tu- s' mind that ho didn't want a regular dreil 1 good. Will ye le' me hev Jos' a wncn she says, " ou are welcome to anything I have, I am sure," but sne seldom Health I Pis:ssrj Rssirt al Aha Spring 'dinner. A cup of weak tea, a crust of leetle bit morji" Susan enjoyed It. Sh had henrd hor has anything you want. stnlo bread, with a littlo butter. That father speak of D.iu Buutam's outing cavns all. Borrowiug Is all vory well when listing I ullt unl (. inniri.li in houso at And that was all Loftus gavo him. He pacity; but she hail never he ird a half of It U necessary, and fiequeiillv tho Alum yptioui, .i new n llorlr uclj 1 wuiojTn lt tu tbr ilrank tho tea, ate the butter on about half tho truth. II j finished tho venl, and then host of housekeepers to public cu hus tho brea I, then aroso nud went out into wont at the beef; and by tho time ho had borrow from her ueihlurs She the and askod what was to pav. done all that was left of either was bono has forgotton to order some nrticle bone ' "Thlrty-llv- o cents, Doacon, is the prico that sho can not get along without, the TfcU Uonr ol lh most "Sooz'n Hev' ye got a leetle bit o' store may be nt n distance, or sho can not iatfi.! md tor dinner." (Hipular lutnimr rrsurls In Am-i i t, ow mo gooa old uoacon was Dy no pudd'n, or any thing o' that kind, oh!" go, nnd hus uo one to do the erriiud for lilDtlt ulMll.,ll l!.".i i. tx p,r I ( irstird She told him they had no pudding; but hor, so the best she can dc Is to borrow jwwerj luriiri 4fgifir i.rai tc , J.lrci moans a penurious man, nor was he in . ny way grasping; out lie was a poor they had plenty of pios mince, npple " from a neighbor. SUo goes to the woman OII lltl), a Kr "O, so.t Mlnco pie tor tho borrower, ami that person romnrks: -- I man, and obliged to look after tho penwns just going over to your house for that nies if ho would make both ends met at world! Them's urn! Lat's hovonel" And she brought him a whole minco same thing." The neighbor says: "Oa. .the and of t'.. vear. "But Mr. j. ''"is," fairly gasped tho pie, toother with a gonrrous hlico of never mind, III get it of Mrs ," and deacon, "you uu t call that a dinner cneesj. she ean't he p thinking, "Djos she have He we-- .t at it with n relish, actually any thing!" .vhloh you served m ' ' f rV w "Sartin 1 do, Deacon. It's the reg'lar Sttiacung his lips! And the pie disapThere is one thing that tho woman bordinner tint1, and I gave you all you want- peared. And that was not the end. rower never borrows, mid for which she ' "Sci.z'i. Didn't 1 hoar ye jy castanl should be commended. She never bor ed. You mout'r had all you'd asked for. W 111 nlsnijH lni on Intuit u liiruc anil Hi'liTl ilu.s of I'nrill-.li- y Le'mo toll yor I've got jest one reg'lar pie!" rows troubl b'i u'llr makes it a littlo nrU'CH ultl In; us loir an Mich "Yes, sir." lur ami liuliTliilscr's (ooiN. A dlnnor's a dinner, tnie or little, rule easier for her neighbors to borrow that "Wal, I rayther guess as haow't I'll top commodity. Kixtils can Im l)iiii;lif In tu I'llU'M. and I've got ray prii e thirty-liv- e iih a trial ami 3011 conts. EEN. tlll l rout liu'eil ilutt 1 hi1I Inner tliuii lli Ioim-n(- . Jf you'd been a mind to, you mout'ave oat off on one o' them ere critturi ' THE FATAL-TmRTShe brought it, and he was devouring Ion times as much, an 'twouldn't a been the last morsel of it when the landlord ipaly adlnnor." 1 m. Timitoi iiiuti:ii "Supposo a man should como along that came in. We learnod afterward that he A Singular Incident fur tlio t iu deration if the SiilVrslHlniM. uuu wca uuunnuu oui oi iioors uy a man could eat a whole ox f" suggested the deaThore are lots of people in the world who had been talking of trading horses, con. " 'Twould bo jest tho same. As I told but it had come to nothing. H ho rami) who attribute n gcol deal of imporlanco HOLSTEINFRIESIANBULL to a mortal dread of 3rou afore, much or little, much or little, a in feeling sore. He thought h- - had lost a thodreams; who have supposed fatal m.mbcr thirteen good trade through the disposition of tho dinner's a dlnnor." togother at a table, and who think horseman to wrong nuddefrnud him. Tho deacon took out his well-worStephen Loftus was an old landlord. that nn onterpnse urdertakeu on Friday purso, and paid tho sum; but he did it rel HjII will r w t. j Ibi- - i This 8 sure to luctantly, 'and with a heavy heart. It was Ho ctsr la I in his mind tho situatlm ns ho Is If such moet with d.s istrous failure y inrn.t s! 'roiu itaxloon ill LaDuitn I'lk t people would stop to consider s so much tho money, as he told mo had left .t not of an hour Mai'Aud iutl II.' iw .. f tn mile IsS MO cw un and now he took in tho existing tho phenomon.i of dreams; to computothe iranon, wi'h lb flln al tor ditirf lb aftorward; but tho thought of tho wrong actual mortuary probabilities of thirteen Wojj Ju .i . u til tnrMW wmejluiail. s.tuatlin at a glnnco. II j saw tho skelejiut upon him. ii first I bar. urcurrd Hi ifMlwt of a n't-tl- s d a beef-bonKow it so happened that my friend tons on the . and ndult persons In thocoureof u yonr; and Ilrrbcri. I,n u Mi.uliul A.lflln' IlUIU(ld p and proow to .Wbnor Jackson and myself wcro sitting in a "ection of the booes of a veal loin; ho sotting nsido tho fact that Friday is al In tbo hUhet rit turn out work dm Art. onlr .jlLi 1 j. Aullo ud Cut of lb. TciifoiUI Mr most universally nan?man siiny. compare hop broad-plut'I? iho nt tho time. Also, thoro saw tho empy tho empty its record to li nrit i .umoc i re with the other six d'ays of tho A itenrte': I am rrrparr.1 t dnor the Wrarra'a ' mince-piuaui, a irnur jiirUi ' htait pinto; and a custard plo just dx wero a numbor of others all friends I liujwrird Uuil Tv)iu-.i depirted. He had lookod first in detail. week, much of tho superstitious nonsonso of roting ladlri In a iiiinnor trulr nt Icln. Ad ft. For further trilcuUri lujpotli-- l i'y1.3r 11 A SPECIFIC TOR Efluioklng and chatting sociably. 10 prdutr call from Iwtft tbolalln au i of hlau-lorwould bo How mnny 11. Tonorllftoon minutes boforo the den- - He now gave one gonoral survey of the havo been dispeled. how many mirrors and the public itfncra'lr ' vrr r"pfiillr K. II. broken, Tliliti a T?rj Ba jouni; Mull fro'u a c n ri'-r- d II- - t con camo out of tho dining-rooU'tl.l, IilSC. Abner Held, and mado two efforts bofoto ho suc- thlrtcon nt n tablo have occurredparties of aolldted Umllj .t wllkri Inrluiltn the w I ho Ihf without .and I had seon Dan Bantam pass with a ceeded In speiiklncr. grratrit uf Itir dir, lirr owurr btiti r'jH'l I. . "Susan' whore whoro Is that meat!" fatal results within the year, are not fur load of wood; and wo know he was haultaken into account, but an occasional CCH 13 "It's eat all up, sir." caltl bite liVra tl. The llolit'tn-Fidiiaing It to Dr. Daniols'. Uoro was nn event of tho kind suggests l has been reDH. W. D. PENNY, lrad at the Ut fcir lb Uiullr, aud a (tui witb T "Who oat it!" tfN uniircaitil to givo Loftus a Koland for his I Pnlnful garded by raauy as sufficient to tlx the tho Bliorlh' ro jrolurtia tiit One an al, JW DKNIIST, "Ho did, sir Mr. Bantam." KJvr.ntjr .nil ,M, rrtfruLr "Ollvor. Bantam had worked for mo onco; will buy all tb lusl- - ialti4 trvttvQ br tbli rule, rather than the exception. Thoro is H IC011 1 it ole y Bull at tf d 11 ii dtlntrci al wmrm, iluif. "And a mlnco pio a wholo one!" tainoi'il. and had once eatoa at my table; but never a sort of reasoning from effect to cause, or sir." again. iv n. u 1 1. 1. it rathor than from cause to effect, that ii IVi-- t' vuiu a wnoio cusiurd pie! ' IIo stocd six foet in his stcc tings; and i.i.tJ Ky resorted to In order to establish the theo"Yes, sir," I was as lean and lank as a fenco rail. lie By this time Dan had drunk tho last of ry. If taVn dnr nc th CIIANOK OF I IFF. crrat could catmoro than any other man I ever Tho Lewlston, (Me ,) Journal Is led to nfferiiicsiil l..nki'r ill wiroldrd the coffeo, and wns on his feet. Loftus know. book ' MtMiui T'i Wuntv" null.! free I followed Doncon Hibbard to the door, turned upon him, almost whlto. Ho shook thus cogitnto by n reient ovout: llKiliriLLU Heuclatuii Co , Atlanta, Oa. It will bo remombered thnt immediately nud asked him to go back and wait a l.ke n hugu j jlly bag from head to foot. " nfter last year's Lowiston city govern"Wei1. sir! But Am you while, at the snun time whispering to ment wns organize!, Councilman Adams him that ho should have an opportunity uaion ir.e wnoio oi in you all alone I" "Sartin. I hev. An' I could eat moro 'f of South Lowiston Invited ull itsmombeis to give tho landlord a slight return for I had it. I alnt jes' 'xactly full ylt. But, down to his houso to partako of his hia dln-ie- r charge. OX10 on I.anci.ter fit from 3 J and havo an opportunity to got kior Jock."aL, oitco. itriu", hou'f dour to toIhtm DItico Wo found Dan with his wood off. readv 1 swau. them ore pios wns good. I won't bettor ncquntntod with each other. 1 to 8 r w. AnpitbetlciJiuln!ttitrrd wbri u.and for a start homeward. Wo asked him if complain. I guess wo'll call it a dlnnor, '151-lIt Is but proper to say that the worthy nwctArr. and thlrty-tiv- o conts Is your price for a lie was hungry. object of tho councilmnn was accomLouisville & Nashville R. R, "Hungry! ' ho ropeated, regarding tu dinner, I take it, 'Square." plished, and a first-rat- e good tlma was "Thirty.five-M'i- K .' Let mo toll you, with slmplo wonder. 'Giul dern it: had. tilK cirict- when ain't I hungry! I'd like ter git I Mr. Bintnm, you'll pay mo just two dol- city Two tables wero surrounded by tho y., fathers, who indulged m bits of rept up jost oncj I'll be snaked if I i lars fi.- - that dinner; and that won'tmako Jitlod 1 'V artee, mingled with graver matters of TMHOUUH muke me whole not by a long shot." LINK wouldn't!" Sum, while the stoamlng bivnlvos ivro Wo then told him If he would coma to ioouuon't say sol" TO THk- "But I do say sol And I'll tell you ono fli.d.ng their way to the festal board the tavorn, and order dinner and eat It, Mayor Cowan occupied head ivo would pay the bill. Dan vn s.ubody's thing more if you don't pay it I'll put an of the tables. Chancing the run of o " to his eye fool. On tho way wo gave him an ink ing attachment oa your oxan. You won't of what wo re illy wtnted. II s dull gray tnkn 'ora out of my yard till tho bill is down cither side, he remarked pleas antly: ITITII re3 fairly shoiu. It nnrwarod that paid, uo you mind that I" "(Jontlemon, if I was disposod to b. s . "Frimd Liftus," suid thoold deacon, at hud otico cheated him In paying Jftus pcrstitlous I should tefraln from sift ug Pullman Palace Sleepers. "Tor a load of wood had glvon him a j this point, "you now havo un opportunity 5 itti this table, there are tliirtcou of us fir -&ctel.uli2 1 counterfoil Half do'Iar, an X would not or witnessing t.io truth of tho old saying, at k'U. tT ). utHiI(e tako It back. Poor Dan could not afford that 'It n..ik s all tho difference in tho here!" discovery Ilia excited a littlo B (o to risk a suit at law; so ho ha 1 been ob- world whoso ox is gored.' You did not I I liged to pockot tho loss. By this time wo hesitate to charge me full diunor price soon put comment, hut tho s.svory bivalve .fli'iiipliln, nil thoughts of thi mnttor out of iad gone half the distanco to the tavern, for a poor crust nnd a cup of ten." Allllll(l), "Oho! Sol )ui. have sont this rami tho minds of those prosent. 4io was thoroughly instructed, and us 3IoiitKoni(rj, Of i agcr for tho fray as a man could be. nore to oat mo out of houso and home ' cancecourse thoro was tono especial signifiliilllo UocU. to In attached this incident, but Thon wo slipped on nl.aal, anl left hlra to si apped the host at tho doacon. OXTXI.3IS3 :tlil!v ami vt OrlvuiiH. "Nuy, friend, I did nothing of tho kind. yet it is n little singular that, just about como after. Scratches, Sciatica, Contracted ono yonr later, the othor portnii thou J Yi't have I enjoyed to so him oat. Wo found tha company in tho Sprains. Lumbago, Mniclos, presont should bo called upon toattcil thy rule, Loftus Jkc'i or tittle (lily oue clnnc to polnti It. us wo had left It. Tho doacju had sat much Eruptions, Strains, Rheamatitmi r 'til:' And ono othor thing you tho obsequies of Mayor Cownn. srtown and picked up au old paper. Tha : Bnrni, Stitches, Hoof All, You assured mo that landlord was tumbling about, now here, may rememb-'rCORSICAN ASSASSINS. Scalds, Scrow StlffJoinU, conts a man at now there, watching for a customer. By for Stings, Worms, Backache, your tnble might oat a wholo Why Tlipy Aro Xnt KipiMfil Hy HioXpws-P'lper- s and by Dan Bantam drove his ox team Swinnoy, Oalli, THE FOUTHall irttit flirt atflllln fitf1 attril- 'lmifii i klntt ox, if he could. So, ray doar sir, should HOUSE 2ARSER SHOP' Bites, nl tlm laliiiid, BrnLses, Saddle Galls, Sores, Tho vondotta still pruvulli in Corsica, of hay boforo tho beasts hom a bag in his ?'ou Jhl"f lt wcl1 10 ""empt any force at fiUr,; lioiufs on the llneol tbli roal w"i rerT lllW MRU VAll hOt'rt mrt in .Innl -- Files. Bnnions, Spavin -! pecal rater. , uuui and, according to tho corrospondonco of car i, anu men camo into tue rse Ai,euti ot Ibi Cou;any lor talis, routli with. Corns, shall cast my crust with Friend tho Paris Temp, ono slnglo foud of tho Cracks. JK!sE J,TIIOll,.SO, lltOI"lt Ho wnntod somo.dinnor. Ac, tir orlte ono, ole hossl" i Uantam s ropast, nnd sharo with him tho kind in that Island has recently furnlshod "And I want u bang-uc. '. AraionE, tt. i'. a r a , THIS COOD OLD STAND-BWork dono la tbe latest btji, with uratneat sovon inon killed, four wounded, ono LoultTlll, Ky "Loftus lookod him ovor tho man had chances of a suit." and dispatch, I.aJIft' and Cblldrcn'a work In- nccomrillihcs forrTcrybody cxactlynhM liclalmcd Loftus saw that ho was worsted; and o and sovoral threatonod. novor eaten at tho Inn table lookod at ' In I for It. One ottboresions for lbs grcnt popularity of ho probably believed that oltltor Abnor vited. twonty-fou- r persons huvo boon liim from head to foot, thinking, perhaps, or I ono tlio Militant: Liniment I found In Its universal fti ) ally ifniiunj iithf itmi that a man so lean and lank could not bo but ho didor both hail dono this thing; obliged to abandon their farms and tako rrurll to ui I i ijaunh.rtf applicability. r.vorybodyiKyilnucli a medicine. not venturo to say so. Ho did to tho woods for safety. Tho farms aro groat outor. Ho didn't ask the guost not a anl r.ictt, W TO t DAYaV The I.umbermnn nfcI It In caie ot accident. nfford to Wihlve loll conilttr. JVuiirftottl Dti u what ho would like for dlnuor, but simply withthink ho could Impossible "lock horns" allowed to run wild. Nobody would dnro The Ilouacst Uo need It for gencralfamlly use. mKm sMSIrl0iurt. " a If, in I In rvrry ta i: us. It was for him to to work thorn at any prico. Tho undor-tnkinbit given tilUfi tl a. Informed him that it would bo roady in u The (.'aniiler needs It for hl teams and I1I1 men. would bring tho workman undor fow minutes; and thon waddled away. retire gracefully. Ho sworo sevoral adAlestt A I.UL, Tho .llcchnnlc needs It alnaya on hlj w irk flZrici Chixl:sl Ca. bencb. Dan was hungry; his mouth watered. Tho ditional oaths swearing thnt ho would flro. Tho cattle, for want of caro, havo IUIi n.H. Y bo oven with 'om yet. Whom ho meant nlsobecomo wild, nnd ovor ClDelnoatl.iHpB The niluerncedaltlncoaaof eruerencr. two hundred day was Saturday, and tho cooks had by '"em," ho did not say. Sol J I y Ixffi tw aiangnltliout It. I hogs Tho Ploneernecdatt can't Ret aro roaming nbout In mado provisions for tho morrow, and tho rii. 11 int. The 1'iiriiirr needi It In Ids home, his stablo, of tho wore still at work, us was ovident from ' toThat was yoars ago; and Loftus lived neighborhood town. TJ rop- keop his inn a goodly numbor of them; Tho and hliatookjard. authorities aro poworloss and E. H. BURNSIDE, tho odors that were ovor and auon waft-- 1 and to tho vory lost a guest would occa- tho press silent. Tnoro nro abont twonty The Htcnmbnnl mnn or tho II111111111111 nec.li j od in from tho kitchen. It In liberal supply afloat and asliure. him nowspapors published in tho island, In In tho courso of livo to ton minutos tho sionally fret old by usking If ho still noeda It- -It li tali bett to Tho Ilorao-fnncle- r landlord put his rubicund visage la at tho ner, mw his Htll rule of, "A dtnutrU a din- which not n single traco of this stato of This Old and Woll frland and aafcat reliance. or "Sg'vwtu Ceil. Jr., in uffairs can bo found, At AJaccio an editor Still Maintaino nloor and uunouucod that dinner was needs It- -It will svo htm Tho Mnck-urosrX. Y. lMjor. told tho 7Vuim correspondent that Iho ready. High I tbouiandi ot dollars and n w orld of trouble. iwi.1, in: l'.ui) 101: sllonco of tho Corslo.in pross was duo to Abner and I askod him If he could servo AND The Itullrond mnn needs It and will need It an l'srklm C111110 Doivn. patriotism. Tho editor did not wish to ns with u lunch ut tho snmo time. Cer-- , lonu as Ida life It a round of accidents and danger'. ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, A chap who roglstoreit nt a hotol ns th-i- t tainly; wo could huvo what we wanted. Gould, and domundod tho beat room Jay exposo any thing that might bring dis- Iti Proprietor ii Determined The lliicksvnnilaninii needs It. Theru Is nothtlio grace upon tho island; and besides, thoy Shall be deoond to no Country ing like It as an antldoto for tlio dancers to life, J turned to tho doacou and nsked him if he houso nitordod, wns prosontod with a bill ofteu rccolvo letters like tho following: 1 Hotel in tbe State in iti Fare, Premium, S1.000.00 limb and comfort which surround tho plouecr. would go In with us. Said I: dotlai-of twenty-tivfor a nlght'i lodi?-inAtten2 Promlumsi Appointments, or 3900.00 each Tlio iMriclmiit needs It aliout Ids storo anion "Sir: You havo doubtless just learnod of "Wo can finish our business just as well "What gltrantlc swindlo is thlsi" ho tho misfortune that has como upon our happen, and when hla employees. Accidents will 6 Pramlumi, tion to Comfort of S290.00 11 whlio Mr. Jackson and I mounting as at exclaimed, as ho looked at tho ilgures. 11 Mustang Liniment '.in anted mono-- . these como tlio their Gumt.s 25 Premiums, family, and wo horo that you will not 8100.00 11 .any tlnio." "Thill's our usual charge when 11 big gun add to our Keep 11 llottlc In tlio House. TU tho Luatot 1 called for a piece of pie, 100 Promlums, S50.00 11 troubles by publishing tho dewith cheese, conns along, Mr. Oould." "Oh, it isl economy. tails." Tho Cors.cnn editors understand liaufcki: nlllbf fouiejt'i tu and friru ti. 200 Premiums, 520.00 11 and a cup of milk. Abner culled for tho U'oll, I'm only u l, anil ray namo perfectly tho true Keep n Untile In the I'nctorr. IlilinuiLvllaK 1 frfoof rbarif. Ipoelal acrommo'latl oi lug of all such 1,000 Premiums, $10,00 sum. is IV'rMns. How much Is tho bill nowl" In case of accident saves pain and lull of waei to Cnuirairclanrafelori. The liar ulli Uto pollto uommunli'itlo is, nnd thoy rosiu- Ihn Hldoboard wns n hroad pire table, "Two Jolljtr4 Mr. rcrltin," Km1 full jmrtlimlHN nnd directions) sen Clrcu--- . 11 Hottlo Alsvuylti the ijinble Tor lwari iifl-liewith tn ehole Ii.nr:i a-. j v b ..iih.y utooiUius, bo .(; KMiust tiio wall on tha back side, X .1 ARnrcKUM' Vorrr. -- ...... ..-- ' i. .- .- How oft we snr wo wish we knew, That all might come to lliiht, "With o en the future brought to view And faith transformed to sight. with Ivh end ngalnst tho partition of tho kitchens and ovor that oud was nn aperture communicating with tho cull nary department. On this board I saw a loin cf veal roast with only a fow sllcos gono. It would furnish cold moat for supper, with plenty loft for tho help. Also, a part of a roast sirloin of boof. That, likcwlso, was intended for suppor THE WOMAN A I'cmnlo Nnlsiinro Who BORROWER. riourlshps In All WALL PAPER WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, Mh$ dew-drop- M'KOBERTS& STAGG'S Wall Paper, 171 a d 0J Furniture, Absolutely Pure. I Cases, Caskets, Robes. Stanford. d t, I st FulFancl Completo Stock of tho above and prions as low as tho lowest. Livery, Training, s reed. B. K. lt STABLE -- joiix FURN1TUIIK STORE bost-nnture- MACK "IIVFJ'MSAN, Propriolor. -- bar-roo- )i.).iy, jvsi: - i:irn, isst. t i I ,t' nflrVi?Ti ! ilfv ADFIELD'S s.t-tin- g n three-quaitor- YOUK ATTJGNTION MCITKI). e ata-.'- side-bonr- bar-he- r, lr-- Female re&ulATUII bar-roo- e Uu WOMAN'S fllSEASES hi-r- n 1 "A-ye-- r MENSTRUATION IVNtllt L. & N. TlH'Mi i jrt or I ! -- BEAST! ! ! good-nature- 1 iWf rW li Ira mm ,"!si fis " r.$r Mexican Mustang Liniment J .SOUTH & WEST axiUI(, -- bar-roo- X Arkansas arid Texas EMIGRANTS .... ! I I I oar-roo- -- I p Y ox-ilo- d I'orto-Verchl- tj I g MYERS HOTEL. STANFORD. Ky Know it' Reputation, .f m1 I d Hotel $25,000.00 IN GOLD! o ?. hoss-pisto- m-4- U-)- M-- t,.