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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887071201 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. mmt Heeill litftnof luminal VOL. XVI. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1887. LONDON, LAUREL NO. 245. ni(STA!.UMtiK.lliniT10. Ol I ! W. A. Morrow is billed to eiieak here Soaie thief entered the house of Jell Co. W. 2C. Potts, the Manager of ths Stanford Holler Weilii.-ed'iyJohnson, just out of town, while (he familit h. Mil j Company, will purcbajo Wheat. Parlies wishing to Mil or exchange whoat will call and ly were away, and stole fliO, which had J seph Sotvder died Friday of conrtiblliiHeil Tuemtauminil Frlilau ASSOCIATION,see blm at the Mill. jn-t- t -- AT been hid awsy under a pillow. It i sup- sumption of the bowels. HTANFOltl) KOLLEP. MILLS COMPANY. To be Hell On Rsv. J .'. Cirmiclinel preacbei here posed the thief went down the chimuef and A.1N1SUM, CAHII. THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JOIY 2S & 29, '37. b'a unlay night nd Sunday it is thought ho ought t be hum! Wtii, Pease, who was badly mil a few This is tho day (Mondny) set spirt for understood If ws credit that 11.50 will be MJAItsrANFOBD, KY. and demanded. the speaking, but my latter goe before tho dajrt -- ince, is walkiog aruiind. lauJallv opening an elegant linn of Spring and Rev. Csrmiuhsel will probably hold hour arrives. Gen. Hardiu is here and will Summer Millinery, Including all "wake the echoes" and do the democratic meetings here during the balance cf the W. P. WALTON Tho Latest Novelties of the Season. PaMtnET-- S. II. UAUUHMAN. soul proud, while Morrow and Evans are .vtek. Miller (livens, W.J. llivps ha two boy quite sick. expected to try to console tho republic; Abo Notions, inch ss Handkerchiefs. Collars Iiiah Lylc, Bo;le;Cilt JJavli, UojJe; Joo Embree, Mal- and ruffs, iluchlng, Cornets, Bustles, etc. You uarrioes. but there cm be little comolalinn, fur the Dr. Brown reports a grtat deal of sicknts ison; Wll iatn He!ey. OarrarJ; J. V. F. Parker, will Cnd mo at tbo rooms lately vacated by Bull-- ! ley A Warren, next Jw to the Myers Home. damned (politioslh: ''Little Matt" Mill in the county. Pulaski; John W. Whip, Caioy. p Mis Mollie (laififlil, li h 11 tTr. . llljrifnt.i lS2.?rii flam tors, C. I'.. Ilarrlf, John O. Lyon, I. M. but for the uitiiil'ed L V. D xiije speaks here on the 11th, nothsheie and JStanlry Brown, Kiij: i obe mariifd lo G. WeatherlorJ. Porter WK. AYRKS. JA3. O. 01VK VS, ability of Gen. Hardin as a stumper, many He expects to ca'ch li the democrats away Bruce, ForresUs IUIJ,I. faiher's private fvscf"ry. ymilJ:, Sam M. Onrecs, Thoims I'.oblnsoc. Notary Public. A of our people would feel disppjinled. at the big hatbecur. of Greoola, Kss, was -- Wui.H. Hill, tVlll James. AYREScS: i nil is enthu-iHsit telegram frum Hrrodburg announc Humn; the democrats G. II. Mc Ki.v.nly, h'ec'y; J. II. Baii.iimak, uisrrird July o.l li Mw Kjiuki Altwrt, of a in! confusion among tho republican im the death bj li ix of Katie, one of the Treaiiirer. that plare. Tbe uroDin formerly livwl nere LAW, Ciiikv Marshal T. I). NcwlanJ. William L'pps, of Holt county, tftiu daughters of J. S Cbrismau, of Dannr. l..s unny friendx aud relatives miiJ 311 Fifth Street, Joh'j H. Fikld is visiting hie o'd haunls here, after ville. hearty c ncratiilalloo. Engleman, John 8. Hays, IXok Farmer. LOUWVIL.Lli:, - - ICY (l.S sciool umi-imau absence of .'- 1- years. His is nccompauied There are tsachers in tliij l'lie followim: description of the Rooms 3 ,md 5, Crotnlo Block. (lOiMy.) ptrial cojnty, clssed as follows: first class 19( XjISO? !v bis wife, son mil daughter, will intettU the friends tf tho younj and wife, second 3S third 11 Taere are ol echool Petition Examiner W. L. she is m much Itiy In this nation where I'IKST DAY, TUUP.SDA Y, C3. PEARSON & CLARK, of R'cLnnnd, Ky .are M the Kiley. Mr. districts. be'.uve', Ills from a Kansas C.ty paper 1. Vest Bull under I year old 5 13.00 and Mm. Henry Moses, and his mother, of Rockoastle will send a good eiz;J deleKxbeMer ! I'M received. Mim 2 years 1C.00 Best Kuoxville, Tennessee, are with Mr. Cburles gation to the Lancaster barbecue headtd 2. Bes t Bull under 2 old and OTcr ri.J.Mr. Jiuim K. (iudi:H, of hilepend 3. 10.00 year Cow H. Mo'rc, Pittsburg, and Judge W. P. by .that sterling young democrat, F. L. t. Best Cow 2 years and over 10 CO en , were married at the residence of the LEXINGTON, KY. JKaSKV CATILIi: Ihker, of this place. Alex W. Francis, for Thompson. I riU' parents, G'jlocsd and Mr. C H. i!b XI West Main Struct. 12 5. Best Cow under 2 years, special premimerly agent anil operator at this place, vra All the tencner, about a dcz n in ''J l i Hamster, last Thurodav l 203.6 m um by Owaley A Craig, dialers In Dry with us Sunday. J. I) Smith aod family number, who applied for certificates SaturLowry. The front hnll ami Uev J O'B. UooJi, Notions, Ac ! K.Ob have returned from New York, where they day, i btained them sfer a close aud rijid 6. Best Cow 2 ycariold and over f!l(00 ni ' meat" of the residence we re profusely 7. Best Herd, 1 Bull and 3 Cows or Ileifers have bsen 'summering." Mr. R G.Ward, examination. tie rated with fern, palmettos and bloom Special premium by A. A. Warren, Paint Lick, hat joined his wife here and is Some parties on Skaggs Creek SaturThe New P.eTenun Law adds six per cent. t Ire pint-- , bAel of tbnere huiu I'euJaut dealer In Groceries, Fancy Water Beta, , all Taxes unpaid by the first day of September Mr. day evening, wound up a difficulty in the with the family of his uf cut tbwers were everywhere and vs ti .00, and 10 added by the Association n 00 acd I will have to collect It. So please come forJacob Hackuey Mr and Mrs. John Magte old time fftshioD, with fists, and all went ward and sett'e I'he bridal parly entered br Horses for Harness Purpose:: distributed. T. n. SEn'IAn,S. L.C. S 1J.00 and Mr and Mrs. W. H. Thompson, Em home in a good humor. S. Host Stallion unJer.l rear old second jtuior; the a s. Is entrance Into the 0. Best Stallion or Gelding I and under Rerustadt, were hereSmday. Mr. J E Vowels, while superintend Lutie Dake and Mr.O. 1. attentate, Miss .?. JO. years Rev. W. ii, Rtgao, of tint place, and ins work around the furniture factory a Bryan', i Independencs; Mm Harriotts 10 10. Best Stallion 2 and under 3 years Gud-Ht- V its xcth'ra deliverance. It is general-l- y Rsv. Mr. Morton, Louie7ilU, who were ap- few days since stepped into a hot witer vat 11. 10. Camp, of Georgia, and Mr. Wallace Beit Stalllou 3 aud under 4 years Is herebv given that the partnership, heretofore esteemed &n honorable and courteous ad- pointed by the general conference of the and had one foot badly scalded. exlattog'betweeu theunieraigoed unler the name 10. 12. Beat Stallion 1 years and over pvsed by couples through an arch o' of Penny A McAliiter, is this day dissolved by 1.1. Fancy Maro or Gilding IS. To get a large stock of new goods trill mutual consent. A. It. Penny takes all tne asevtrreens and under a I' nal umbrella with versary, but was so unallinl a few dije Methodist Episcopal Church, South, to sets and assumes all of tbe liabilities of the firm $'2,000 among the mountain counrequire money. Tfcoe indebted to me will 11 . Best Walking Stallion, Mare or Geldrich extic bluotn and Ii3ii ot ince as to ridicule and belittle a woman, over and will continue the firm la his own name. ing, Special Premium by J. E. and J. Mifa K iber-t- a who dared to hold an opinion adveire to ties for the purpose of building churches, plcspe come in and pty a part of their acA. H. J'KX.VY, Trun ci me little whl'e rve K. I'arrli, Breeder of Fancy SalJle GEO. JIcAIjISTEB. ... have just returned from a trip through count if not in full. Goods (till sold at 1.1 .L. !. mt .liMla.n. Homes Iu. 'IJIHJMIW liVm, i M precsdinc the bride and fl... Milium I..HA.I KUUl IUC IMIl .M.. Jupiter-tonans- . Horses for Saddle Purrosts, St;!e, -- t Bell, Hirlan, Litcher, Perry, Leslie and low prices. L II Adams. yr u elect, iTewnirf rbwers in their path- of this Tbe retiring partner hereby tenders his thanks Form and Action comlderol: for the patronage heretofore extended to the firm beother counties. TheF report that owing to Harry Miller is off on a trip to Cincinway till they stood withio the arch and A few evenings since Princeton witnes'ed and hopes and riqoeots that It may be continued 15. Ust Mareor(icldln;2and 10. under ofiici-atethe extreme drouth in this section last year nati acd the north. Mr. Meahack Gentry, 16. Best Mare or Gelding 3 and under I 3... 10. GEU. McALlsTKB. to the successor. neath the Moral canopy. Dr Ljwry a novel scene that as (juile amusing. The many of the poorer families are actually the cive guide, conducted a select crowd 17. Best Mare 1 years aud over ring service The with the betuttful )o. ending pirties were diaries Lander, a Trotting It ace on Track : trlJe wore cram mt ire combiued with young merchant, and Miss O.ie Tyler, a destitute of bread anl are suQsring. This through the caves nor the big fill Sunday. IS. 3 Minute class belt 2 in 3 Mile Heat . ..510-- ' the front was cjrouosrU of beautiful brunette, the daughter cf Mjor state of Btlairs should not be allowed long R R. Smith, our section foreman, and fami fai'le $75 to the first, Hi to tho second. to remain unchanged, and it is to be hoped ly are visiting friends at E town. J. W humid MT. VERNON, KY. pjtld moiri, the Ion fan train win 19, Tyler. Doth are society people and sUnd Beat Kockawir Mare or GeldlDi with heavy cVe cord finished with a VI cf high in the community. Mr. Lander made all christians and gcoJ people generally PjlUrd is filling his place. Special premium by A. T. Nunnelley, n Hotel Is still mainThis old and 10. That vest pocket of Dr. Davis is larger Liveryman lace, the Curtate " as V cut, decollete, elab an engagement with Miss Tyler to take her will go to the relief of thoe unfortunates Tuorough-bro- d ,. taining Its fine reputation. Charges reasonable. Horses: witli temporal as well as spiritual food. was expected and so far as the repub fell than crate with irnh point lace; a tulle eil tut riding, at the sime time mtkiug a waSpecial attention to tbe traveling public. 10. Considerable war like demonstrations lican nomination was concerned it was 20. Best Stallion under 2 years the lectin of the elegant costume and was ger that she would be afraid to ride the JI. P. XE1VCOUB, Pro', 21. Best Stallion 2 and over 10. Mt. Vernon, Ky. he.J ir. place br pedrl pint, cream undress-- e animal through the town. The wager was were eeen at Eist Hsrnstadt oo Saturday amply lare to hold six out of the seven 21. Best Mare under 2 years 13. morning. Three parties 'rom CVy county votes cast by the district chairmen for nom 1. Best Mare 2 and over If. kidr JiiUiOnd ornament. The bride, accepted. At the appointed hour he msde nsrued Corrctt, Crawford and Powtll took ination of a candida'e for fchool superin 21. Special Premium by i. II. Baughman, ti J0- - " TERKIMS. B. S. MJkbllX. ..Iwsysbnutifiil, was her own rival in hi sp.ieirioce In front of her father's resiBaociiEiD, Ky., May, lts37. dealer In thorough-bred- i and jick porsessiun of the depot platform, which tendent. Biker received one vote. A the bridal parn tbi occasion. dence, wearing an old store pipe hat, ragAlbright A Martin beg to Inform their many stock, suckling colt of cither sex the get rare genius and enterpri-- e conDjring tne month of June this piaco friends and customers of i he change in firm name ty en'sred, music from "Lohengrin" chanu ged duster, long buck gloves, seated on an they with of any stallion, the season of 1SS3, to 2). Congrrgan el to oft notes from "II Trotorr." which old donker, with bark bridle and rope reius verted into a "open" saloon, offrom nbich received shipments of flour as follows: 3IAUTIN a PKKKINS. "red eye." From Lebanon 13,000 poundr; Richmond 2S. Best combined Mam or Gelding, palrot ciuliuutd through the cremony Mu-i- c and leading a poor, old, broken down mule. they retailed large quantities Horses or Mares regardless of sex, color Not content with this bold dttiance of law 3 000 pounds Louisville 3,000 pounds, Tns new firm hopes, not only to sustain the repac ompanled the feMlTtllt-- the entire eten-iMiss Tyler was expecting a liery horse, but 10. utation of tbeold, but intends to make many Imor ownership provements la the manufacture ot tobacco which deptrtrd After the wss not to be outwitted; in a few minutes and order, they filled up with the juice Elizibethtowo 1,000 pounds, making a total C'j. Best Uoidstcr Gelding tilt the Ut cueat 2t. will be to tbe Interest of our cuitomsrs. We will and brandishing weapons, defied of 20,000 pounds for one month which is ceremony ewneit conRntulitions weic of- tnide her appearance in o old, faded dress, themselves devote special attention to our Natural Leafbraods the entire wi-- e comirarus to arrest them. about an average per month in the con taof Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you for past DAY, JULY 20. SECOND fered and nupper wa anuounced. The and a hat that ruu-- t have been ferried favors and asking lor a continuation of your trade, J. II. Pearl and Constable John sumption of this etaS of life iu this viJick Stock. Bespectfully yours. ws rcmslu, ble! wrrc iecorated artnticlly with fruiti-an- acro's in the ark. Tne piclurerue couple, Sheriu , 50m I 10 27. Best Jack uu.ler 2 years. Jl.lil'1'l.V A PEltKIXS. Howard accepted the challenge and in the cinity. '.Often. The lark one held in i'.accn without a smile on their face, rode through 15 2 name of the law demauded their surrender Patten Harris, the young man arrested 23. Bs t Jack, years and over . 10 29. Host Jennet under 2 years tre a immature lake with mo1 and flower the principal streets amid the laughing and by a simultaThis demand was aniwered by the oonnty officers last week charged 30. Best Jincet, 2 years and over 10 ! fringed btnk, and bearinis a pyramid ol shouting people. Never in the history of neous effort on the put of the three rufiians with telling whisky, did not profit by his Mu'ei. tlowers. The pre iropicil fruitn aud cut the town has a scene created so much S 10 to cover the rtlicers with pistols. In this experience but went to Pittsburg last week 31. Best Horte Mule under 2 years entH were beautiful tokona cf auction and Te colored Captlit church of Stanford will psy 10 i'.n'j reward for the arrest and conviction of ths they wtte foiled; the cfHcers being too qiick to the bis picnic given by the Knights of S2, Best Horse Mule 2 years aud over , 10 33. Best Mare Mule under 2 years respect and and were eleant and miuur-uperson bo fired Into the church nud wounded People who criticize Govr rnor McCresry 's for tin m, brought two if them to bay, Labor, loaded down with the "joyful." He Kev. UejrgeW Billing oa the nlrht of the 22d 10 31. Best Mare Mule 2 yean aud ovor Mr. Col. C, H Kichreler worean el ooure iiiie,)lyir;c to Hradloy on Mor-dahile ihe third playfully brought h.s a taken in by a U S. marshal after sell10 3S. Best Pair Mules shown In Harmsi CRil'u Jackmak. Auk Shanks. Di1 Va jtAhs-pal- k, ci;ant coitume of b'ack eilk combined with are ungenerous McCreary wss present at 10 into loottug petition aod in an in ing a few bottles and lodged in the London 3"). Best Mare and Mule Colt either sax auklartkhand Alex. Smith. Te;ewilkiti. length; naruiture of thread the speaking, as maur other cil'seus, and it i slant more would hxvs sent Sherill Peail jail to await an examination before the 37. Best Mire and Horse Colt either sex .... 10 I ce hi neck and Hleee; cat jit oriitmentu Horses for fcaJilo Purposes. wa only efler a terrible onslaught on the to his long hum , being prereuted by the commissioner. 33. Best Stallion or Guiding 2 years and white tlowtr- - Mr, li. A. C. Kocheoicr, demrcratic party and its record in the nerve aud p'ompl aciion of Tbonms Fair, DILLS. IIUIIDETT, ... t 10 under 3 LANO. STOCX AND CROP creim alblroH with side pmele tf criam Stale cf which record McCreary's admin- in wrenching the piitol from the murJer-er'- s 10 3), Best Stallion, 3 years and undar. t OCULIST. eitin ribbon loopi-- , draperr of rare cream istration a Governor was a purl that he 10 A. T. Nunnelley shipped two car loads 40. Best Stallion 4 years and over hand. The pirties were now iu the KarBRODHEAD. KY. Wee, oroaje Hjuara cut and leTeli 1' nd were immediately of fat hot;? to Cincinnati and received front 11. Best Saddle Mare any aje- made reply. What else could he have hands of the law IS 42. Beit Saddle Stallion any age ri lure of point lace, cream undreel kid; ure Has had an experience of over fifteen years, and to 5 10 for tlieic. done but defend himself and his party, par- brought on to Lindori, wnere tbev Model P.lug. Mm. Percy Hochea speMas aucceumny treateii numireis oi cases d aur ndorrimenti. The Messrs. Crczier sold to Oliver 41. Best Stallion, Jtsre or Gelding, Special ticularly when th democrats of the countj tried and given 10 days ind tlO eici .vitti cial attention is glvtin to tbe treatment of all disc.eam muah, with ooraaaedcol!ete and demanded thai lie should sprnk, nii in fuel ter, eases of tho eyes. Name and address ot patients Premium by Hocker A Bright, Dealers the working statute applied. A great ilel Burns, of New Orleans, 100 head of mules cured giveu ou application if desired. garn.tureof rich her; natural tlorreM and forced him to the stand? Ii wan his duty, of annoyance has been helped upon ihe of $175- .- Dardstown Record. 10 In Groceries, Hardware, Ac . and Mrs. Oud-K- ll Mr. Trolling Race. diamond orriament.-The 32 Southdown sheep eold by Gen. Aluiuu.t and he disihsrged it toMv. He did nol goud peop e of left iwt Friday evauiui; for S . Paul. seek a omtroversy, but bsiuc in it, he so and other in rung towns all along the, rail Cly, of Madison, to be ithipped to South 4 1. :. 10 (law on the track, best 2 In 3, mile ?ICO heats. First $73; recond, S25 They make a lour of the lakco, from tlier.ee coodticted himself as to make his enemy be Americt will cost $100 n head to get them 45. Spiclal Premium by Thomas ltoblnson, roid br thee Nw breaktrs aril it Weil, re! Par, throng the to Ye.bw-lon- e Richmond Krister. Breeder of Trotters Best Colt ol any Lewsie nt him hopjd this Utile episode will eerv to check ttifrp. of C H. Wood bought 301 age, the get ol his stallion for the season turning in September. Trie hridt' tre'-ia- i awhilt; in other depredation fir 2 Experience in a number cf well contest-.(- I their of 1S33 county, shipped them to c Uuuie t of tcne uray ladr'n cloth, prohibition will prohibit -- after lambs in 0en contests in our State has tnught words, that politic! hh relf hade hrtit; Cincinnati, uot the money nnd e'dipped with 45. Special Premium by Metcalf A Foster lor mvde, irimmed ti Kuabo, tho faiuojs Deck. Th' 'shiners are jailed. Groceries. Hardware, Cutlery, sr A Son. thn pfp.ilar and reliable Hverstt. The us that there is nothing that cun take the nil the $5 000 or $0,000 . hat en t'lhe Gentlemen's Saddle Horse, dash teMirated Clouu A Warran, aai the John place I local orgauizttion hy precincts. If -- Ben Cloud has bought in the last few It in a trills eiigilur how ready lome 25 Church A Co 'a half mile Tee tlrmccratlc puty ol Kentucky i expects to maintain its majority business firms always aio to r.deriis in a dsys 13 aed mules from 13 to 1GJ hands the ptrty Harness Stock Continued. Yet it piy lo at the Au.'int election this work cannot be fair dialogue, hotel register, oi map, or year Mare Colt ! 1' , ax a foe to education hih at prices ranuinR from $115 to$lS7.50. 47. Best Mare Colt, under tand under 2 1 year e 10 13, Best Any one desiring an elegant and durable wu- longer delayed, We nave had a good del any new deviie brought lo their notice by - Winchester Democrat. the echnol' annually 'J- - psr cent of in 10 40. Best Mare Colt, 2 jears and under 3 slcul Instrument will do well to examine our In of "bli tVk" from the Cintrtl Comiuitwo, thtx wan $l,100,i05 sT In bv prices bslore nu'chailng strangers and at the same time unore the Stanhope Brothers, of South Elkhorn, lit). Best Marc Colt, 3 years and under 1 . ... 10 Wears agents for ths Join Church A Co., and will warsd.lition f all thii", a much more U raided barbecues have been beld and others are to very best advertl-urmedium in ibe world made the best crop ol wheat that we have 51. Best Mare Colt, 4 years and over 10 rant our Pianos lor saven yean, and our Organs Far-rfor rive years Tne Everett Piano aud the Clough br Ircai taxation. Tbe blame ter illiteracy folios.-- : but w.tat we want to see is wurk by the loctl newspsper. An adveriiement heard of this year. They cot 'WJ bushels 32. Special Premium bv J. E. A J. It. A Warren Drgm are the best and most reliable Host Suckling Colt, either sex, the with tbe nemo-crati- the county committees looking to h thorough in a catalogue among hundreds of others, is to the acre- .- Levinzton Gazette. in Kentucky t'oen nat rest Our instruments instruments manuiacturei. 10 get of Silver King the season of 1833 can be seen at the postofiice In Stanford, where party. Tne remedy doe not Hu with and systematic organization that will reult seui hastily but once or twice, and while, it V. M. Ztnone has a hen that lays Kia- - 53. Best Fancy Mare or Gelding In Harneis 15 Miss Bos P.lchards will state prices, etc. in may be of use to that extent, in nothing Persons who nave purchased thess Instruments any party. Enough revenue ha been pro- in breaking tha apitliy tbat prevail Sweepstake. ter eggs already colored for the market. wilt testify to their durability and elegsnt finish. J 15 ...! ......... vided to meet the people's want. The overr iuarter. Tnis is far more dangerous cnnipued to the column of your home pa. He showed us one the other day that was 51. Be it Harness Stallion any age .. a ... w. K.Nt ..j ...... ,ua n..l.ll ll'i ltl 1.. ..I.J ... out ,u ..... j'uu.,1, au4 guaiau. 13 tee satisfaction. trouble ia that the people do not want more. to ui than tae onslaught of Mr. Bradley per, wnir'i is iued 101 limes a year, is as pretty a red ns the most expert painter (5. Best Harnesi Mare any age Vf. L. Williams, of Hustonvlllo, alio rep Elder on the republican tick-et- , ran fully renil In the entire community could make it. resents the John Church A Co., and will be picas. A popular feeling in favor of educitiou can and his I ed to serve his friends. family, uo Danville Advocate. greater aivlier.ee than not be uiaJe to permeate every Ten thousand acres of crorvin? crops and renclie n S. It. & L. J. COOK, Agents. ,.n.., hnw miii'ti wm micht iesinlate. The BKi'KItK.NCKS: t .SO any other deyire csn do. -- Ex. have been destroyed in the vicinity of Pen-haFootman a "My friend," said a clergyman in a John D, Carpenter, Huitouvllle; J M. Elmore, 50 cultivation of a love of knowledge cannot Minnesota, by a plaue of locusts. Hone and KIder Stanford. James Beailey, Stanford; J. M. Pnlllps, town which id enjoying a bsom, as he Drunkenness or the Liquor Habit Positively 50 Stanford; Tfce Vehicle and Driver A. It. Pennr. rttanforj; Mrs. Fannie be forced, though it can be encouraged. The peata have even stripped the bark and Cured by administering Sr. Haines' - .25 Farra, Lancaster; Oen v. J. Landram, Lancaster; Persons 10 years old and under 15 Kentucky Wt in a as he arce in the pulpit, "we will dispense Golden Specific. remedy for illiteracy in Charles Saudldge. Juortlon City; W. M. Payne, leaves from young tree-- . Persons under 10 free with the services this morning and give our Mrs. n si, carpenter, stanroru; It can lie gl en In a cup of cofleeor tea with. 5.00 rreacnersviiie; Rradual awakeninR of the people to a Bene attention to a work of greater importance. Since the 1st of this year Gen. Vi T. 4'Uorse Omnibus per day Mrl Msggls Holmes, Crab Orchard; O. T. Wal- out the knimleiiijeol the person taking It t la 3. CO niKiiiuKiv iiuriiiless unit will eiTect a nerina- for their prweot condition and to Omnibus or Hack aie. i.aui.sier. of ahame im lyr Withers, of Leiinuton, has sold at private 2'Uorse As vou all are nrubablv aware, a lurlv of neut ami jpeeilv cure, whether the patient Is a UtrSend for Catalogue, contanlng rules and wreck. an appreciation of the Immeasurable power sale at Firlawn,23 bead of highly bred moderate drinker or an capitalists arrived in the citv last Thousands of drunkards havealcoholic Eistero been made tem mag-te- r.is gulatlocs and other Information. that follow in the wake of the echool trotters, averaging $1,000. Since June 1st uoiuen oiwcino DR. W. B. PENNY, night with a view of investing in real estate perate men wiioiie ianen knowledge, and In their coffee without their Meaaenger. Owenaboro haa sold 4 head for $3,100. DENTIST, y and we will now consider ourselves dismissbellee they milt drinking of their own he IContuolcy erltiiiitorct. free will. IT Nl'VKK KA1I.H. The system Whkat. We are prepared lo buy the ed and go down to the hotel and work once Impregnated wltli the Specific It becomes Th deadly car etove is to be banished br new crop at the Highest market price, deto n mterlin possibility for the llmior appetite We want to husile right along, too, exist. For (till particulars, address tiuijiir.; Uw from the railroads of New York Blate. them. livered at Stanford, Rowland or any station I will deliver to regular cuatomsrs In Suatotd before some of those revivalists from Plug SPECIFIC CO., 185 Itoee at.. Cincinnati, O, and vicinity ererr morning at The Oovernor signed the bill one day last in Lincoln county. J. B. Green will buy take ellect until town get hold of them and shove off some week, but the act dow not Weren & Men-efeOne Cent Per Pound. for us at Ilustonville lands onto them." "Dakota next May. The law Imposes a fine of of their swamp Accounts duo at tho close of each sioath or Bell. $1,000 on any rsllrosd company whose line -- T. F. Alexander eold Tuesday to W when customer quits. When Baby was sick, wa gave herCaatorla, it E. .w.ik now. If the Prohibition psople would turn of fat hoc at $5. exceeds 50 miles in lenntb, which shall S Brewer 2 Urease and proper When she wa a Child, ah 8 cried for Castoria, on other than mixed their attention to high heat Its passenKsr cars Aga Jewell and Gentry Bros, bought severTn Grand Army nnses nave added guards against selling liquor to minors and When she. became Miss, she clang to Castoria, Office on Lancaster street, next door to trains by any stove or furnace kopt inside confirmed inebriates they wiuld rrjbtbly Wheu (he had ('hlldreu, the gars them CastorU al aged mulea at Tomlinson & O kings' sta larcely to tho Jec hh of Ame'ictcs who At, office. Office hours from S to 12 a. a furlhei ptniliv of 5100 a be able to accomplish a good work- - Take u.aod 1 to 6 r. u. Anesthetics administered whio cf tre easmies aocoaaary, thecir.and love toe I'.eoi! ut bles at from $110 to be imdav for each day such vioUtiou of the law the Dow Law of Ohio it cannot h tins male -- L uisyi'Ie Time'. Democrat Louisville Republican. proved upon. sbull continue COUNT. Ml. VERNON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. !J lI3Il w - cc The members of the Fair Arsociation, liSfiriK conferreJ on the (Uslion, have decided not to have an exhibition on their Brounds hern this year. Klanford therefore has a clear field and her enterprise will be cordially bscked by t li a people of the West End. bicycle njuad who are on the march to astonish Canada reached Louisville Friday evening and left on .Stturdaj morniru on their ndyenturoun pilgrimage They probsbly usincd a recruit in the city, an there were It ro in lino when they left The Ptiterprife i solely fur lory, bat i t issomesrhat of the adventure of Kim Patch, who irent over the Falls in order ti mton U the native, li.it didn't not bick In time to be oot cratulated. Circiimstanow beyond my oonlrol make it necessary to postpone the Teicbem' until the 20:h inst, just one week later than wis intended. Trusters acJ teachers ill please note this and act accordingly. All who held certificate arc required lo attend, whether actively mitred or not. Tho lime will be placed to the credit of those who attend before their schools open The pty this eir will he computed st f 1 '.0 per head. l)j not permit the ill ualured snarllnp. of tho Courur-Jovinto lead you to be Ileve that the meetiiiK of the Teachers' A'soclaiion wan a failure I entertain a hlh opinion of the wisdom and patency of ti at piper, but do not b any taeani regard it as infallible. It is kind and to all who ftithfully tv.nl k by it dictation, but woe to him, or her, who ventures lo utter an opinion at variance with The al , The Lincoln Stock Pair! WHEAT WANTED MIMsINEttY. juuvfniiti,, ' ui GIVENS, Mis-sou- r', ATTORNEYS AT MAasiiAU-CharlleMoItol- rts, j l ii.-oo-: OP PEBMITJMS: Wholesale Grocers TAXES! TAXES! father-in-law- STATICS I il f.. d (240-41- Frr.ci; 9TW09IIS MOTET.. 1 love-hne- a n d mer-r.mr- nt. $100 KEWABD ver 1 ! 220-G- Et t, car-load- s imnniiis d Ac-Fa- stest lev-tnu- OiEtCnXTsS. n !, o I I fr GATE FEES: Dt-kot- ICE! ICE! ICE! e. car-loa- irrvrnra ui $120.-Harrod- burg 154-ly- Ssmi-SSt- ct W terioroumai July 12, 1887 Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. K K Ootkinor-SIMO- Dn. E. D. STANDtronn, the public splr-i'o- il millionaire, baa presented the city ol Louisville with 111 aurei of 'mil lying juet outside of its extern limits ntid niluilrnblj adapted for park p upases. We do not know how long he hss contemplated raak ing the gift, but are euro that the happy feelings produced by the posjosion of r. beautiful young wife hotonod it bestowal. N BOLIVAlt BUCK. NEK, ot Hurt County. LlEUTKNAKT GOVKBSOR OK.NKr.iL-- P. JAMES W. BUYAN, V of Kenton county, Attobskv Mercer county. AconoR-KAYET- TE IIAKDIN, of ol The school per capita for 1S37-- S sbowB an increase of 25 cents over the former lull re, being $1 90. Considering the large increase in the number of children, this is very gratifying, but will no dnubt sitjbidly on the in'ards of Mr. O'Bradley. HEWITT, ES llardln COBBETT.of McCracken county. LsoiSLAiuiK-D- r. J. D. PETTUS, county. A WOMAN in Philadelphia has been indicted for eavesdropping and retailing the county. scandalous inf irmation she received there6orKI.NTKNDKT OF PUBLIC IKSTSUCTIO. JOSEPH DE8UA PICKETT, of Kyelt county. by. It is a pity the crime is not included KkoutkhoftiieLand Oitick THOMAS H. in the list of cipital offense. count-. TEKiSlBKU-JAM- W. TATE, ot WooJfori Lincoln NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The President has withdrawn his accept, ance of the invitation to attend the meeting of the Grand Army of the Republic at St. Louis in September and in a dignified and patriotic letter slates his reasons therefor Warned by the ravings of such cattle as Tattle, Faircbild and others of like ilk, he does not propose to place himself in a posi-sioto be insulted by fools and fanatics, be cause he owes it io the people to protect the, honor and dignity of the poverninent represented in his person. Tno letter is so manly in tone and straightforward in expression that it has completely turned the tables on the Grand Army asses, who haye brayed so ince'samly at him since he vetoed the pauper pension steal, and made him more solid with the masses than ever. The the bounty-jump-ersutlers, the and the deserters, who have enaked which their way into an organization ought to command the respect of the country, will find that it is not ready to bs turn-eover to them as a simple machine fcr the colltciiou ol taxes to pay pensions to men who do not deserve them, and that the grind o'd man in the White IIjusj cannot be swayed from his honeity of purpose by and nnxiotts blatherskites threatening raiders upon the public treasury. ccflee-coolera a Dr. B M. Parmer, the eminent Pree byterian divine of New preached at the First Presbyterian church Sunday. The much needed rains continue to fall in Boyle county in spots. Oo Monday and Tuesday of last week there were heavy rains in some place?, while in ottirrs there was none at all. About 1G0 colored people came from Louisville Sunday to hear Rsv. Iiaac Slaughter, of the Colored Bipti't Cnurch, was from preach. Rsv. Slaughter's the 1st chapter of LiUKe anU Ins sermon a The Louisville people went very nbloone borne on the midnight train John 0eley, u crippled colored boy fell in with some colored excursionists from Louisville Sunday and succeeded in getting so drunk that he became a little noisy in TuEiir is one grand army post at Ieat the vicinity of the depot. He was arre'ted that is not diepoed to make an ass of itseif, this mornicg bj Deputy Soenfl Biiley and Landes, of Lynn, Mass. Ei the Gen-r- al fined 55 by County Judge Lee. turning from a yieit to the Virginia bittle 5 Mrs. James S. Cnrisman went to fields it called on the President in a body him. Sunday to vi-her sisler, last A young man named Gimmon, who and he received them in the elegant Eist Mrs. Roberts. Several days ago her little House. On assembling had circulated eome bad reports about the Koom of the White twin girls, Katie and Mattie, were taken , the commander of the post, General Walk- daughter of William Brook-- wai shot and by the latter, near Dixon's Springs, violently ill with tl.ix. At S.30 o'clock this er, proposed "tbres cheers for Grover killed (Monday) morning Mr. Chrisman dispatchCleveland, president of the United State" Tenn. ed to his uncle, Mr. W. W. Tomkins: "Ka Mr John D Van Gordon, liying at and the lusty voices sent up a shout that tie died last nighl; Mattie almost gone." Bhook the grand old building. Tne presi Dingaan's Ferry, Pike county, Virginia, The banquet given Thursday night by was stung on the wrist by a bre and died dent then shook hands with each member Utopia Lodge, Knights of Pythias, to Baying that the yisit was peculiarly grati- from the effects of the injury a few minutes Grand Chancellor Rudy was a very pleas fying to him, that he respected and loved afterward. thousand Hungarian strikers, arm- ant afhir. In the first place, Thorell, the Oae the brave men who bared their bosoms in -the host of the Clemens House, prepared a defence of their country in the hour of its ed to the teeth, are camping on one of the would have tickled the palate lUKUECOE NOTES. need and that the insane ravings of a few hillsides of Pennsylvania, threatening to supper that of old Epicure himself and after that Mr. Now let the band begin to play. cranks in the organization of the Grand annihilate all who take their places at the Logan McKee welcomed the guests in an There nill be 100 carcasses roasted. Army of the Republic could not and would valley below. appropriate speech; Chancellor Rudy reA mob took a negro from j ail at PeAn ample police force will be on ban to not f fleet his feelings of admiration for the plied and then Messrs. J. H. Letcher, W. keep order. thousands of others who are as magnani- tersburg, Virginia, took him to the scene of B Nichols and A. E.Gibbocs re'jonded to The big kettles Lr the burgoo are exmous in peace as tbey were brave in war. his rape and had placed a rope around his wnen tne sneritt arrived with a poeee toasts. Altogether the evening was t,reea- pected to arrive to day. The meeting was thoroughly enjoyed by neck, bly spent and it was a big occasion for the A B.ickner club will bs organized here as and the president and and rescued him. both the flourishing order by whom the entertain- soon s Adam Freeman, colored, who died in the barbecue is over they left him with higher feelings of rement was given. Gilcher Bros., of Danville, get the spect for the head of the government than the Alabama penitentiary, confessed just Capt. D. A. Murphy, who now edits before death that be set fire to a house on to furnish 2,000 pounds of bread. , they had ever experienced. and publishes the Finley, Oaio, 'Jnlune, Sand Mountain, in August, ISsl, for which There will be two speakers stands. Er in town nnd reports all sort' of businens erybody shall have enough speaking. The republican papers are reproducing three men were hanged. a proclamation issued by President Jtflir William Holman, who was to have enterprises flourishing in that city. There Don't forget the place of entranae, near eon Davis in December 18G2, which declares been hanged at Dalton, Ga,, Friday, was has been an increase of 3,000 in the popuCipt. Elkiu's recidence. Flag will be used Benjamin F. Butler, a felon deserving cip given a life sentence by Gordon and order- lation since he went there a few months lo mark it ital punishment, to be treated as a public ed to the Rising Fawn coal mine'. In Dal-to- ago. Capt, W. E, Grubbs is in town this How many of our cit'zms are going to -- A-T enemy of the Confederate Slates and order morning. He is engaged in superintendthe Governor was burned In effigy decorate their places of btiBinesr? Let ev ing the officer in command in event of his Hon. Frank Wolford has been inyited ing the erection of a $25,000 hotel at erybody do it. instead of one to cost $1,500 as a cipture to cause him to be immediately ex- to reply tq Hon. Frank Finley here on the Train i will run from Lancaster to tte ecuted by hanging. His commissioned of IS h. As Wolford observed when be was mistaken newspaper person telegraphed grounds every 30 minutes Tickets for the ficers were also to be considered robbats attacked by Morgan during the war, "Boys, from Nicholasville to the Courier Journal. round trip 15 cents. and criminals and to be reserved for exe- there's going to be h I!'' Glasgow News Dr C B H. Martin of the 2i Presbyterian A notable feature of the occasion will be We don't cution whenever captured. Dr. Cullium, committed micide in church is spending a month's vacation with M. D. Hughes on horseback. Ho rides like know so much about the latter part of th e New Orleans by cutting his throat and dy- friends in Indiana. Deputy U S. Marshal one of the Eoglish Guards. order, but we believe the country generally ing while the guests were assembling to W. O. Osrsley, of Lancaster, wos in town The democracy of Garrard will not for will regret that so far as the Old Beast is witne-- s his marriage to a young lady of to day on business. Mr. Owsley makes an gat Capt. E.kin. I nominate him for the concerned, he bad not been captured and that city. He was affiicted with an incura- efficient officer and is popular with all "a " legislature two years hence. Who'll sec a rr-- r TT dealt with as the proclamation directs. classes because of the gentlemanly manner ond the nomlnatlot,? ble disease. i-When the vault of the Perry countv, in which he discharges his duties. The ladles are expected to turn out in Le&J than three weeks remain tilt the Prior to last spring Abe Singleton had full force. There were 3.000 of item at election between wnich time and now some Indiana, treasurer's office was opened with been keeping company with Georgianne Cynthlana the keys returned by the absconding treasNothing adds so much to an good local work of organizition mast be .A.T Abe wenttoSomer occasion of this kind as pretty women. effected Barbecues and such blow outs urer, Miller, it contained only a pair of sub Hoskins At that time having obtained employment there, Don't fail us ladies. are good enough in their places, but the penders and three 2 cent stamps. Miller's set, Georgianne remained here, but visited Abe real work must be done by local commit- defalcation amounts to $50,000. There is no more nliiltatton between temThe Superintendent of Public Instruc- occasionally and wrote him aflectiocate tees. We suggest to the chairman of this which she addressed him as "My perance and politics than between religion and other counties to call meetings at once tion announces that the common school per letters in signed herself "Your and politics. The former is too pure, too aadappoint speakers and workers who can capita for the next year will be $1 00. The dear husband," and self-i- n Georgianne Singleton." She good to become associated without bedependad on to pull off their coats and census shows 549,592 white children of the loving wife, lury. Pouring temperance, like religion, wife, but she subwas not exactly Abe's eee that the full vote is brought out. If school age, an increase of 10 G37, and 107,-14- 4 into politics Is like pouring pure water into colored children, an increase of 4 390. scribed herself that way anyhow. During majority is one less than Knott's Backner's ink. It only increases the quantity of the Oscar J. Harvey, of Pennsylvania, the last week In June Abe came from Somwas Bradley will claim it as a victory, latter, and the bright, sparkling, enobling chief of the Law Division of the Second erset in response to one of Georgia's invi A DisrATCU states that there is talk in Controller's office, is under arreat for for- tation, but when he arrived here he found qualities of the former are totally destroyed. Politics, by a union, can be of no c Wtbbinzloa of a move to have all the gery. He forged 200 horse cUims for $200 her sadly chaaged and enjoying the society to the temperance cause. Temper foldiera withdrawn from the Grand each, and is known to haye collected SIT$9,200, of another fellow. Abe remonstrated and Army of the Republic, which has become which amount represents not one quarter reminded her of the presents he had given ance must secure her supporters, her friends, from among the members of the different nothing less than an auxiliary of the re of the claims forged. her, when she took from a trunk a hat, a parties without asking that tbey alienate publican party. Alter the recent partisan If the political soldiers keep the Preii- - dress, a skirt and other articles of clothing, action of the body and its despicable treat dent away from the encampment very many threw them at Abe and told him never to themselves from their party and she must ment of tne bravest and best man who veterans of both political parties will sever come near her again. Abe took her at her conform ber mode of operations so that Grayhas held the office of President of the Uni- their connection with an order which will word, but wben he had departed with the tbey may consistently assist her. son Gazette. since Jackson, it is hard to see ted Stales then have b?en shown to be political in its goods she tried to take them from him. how any self respecting democrat can re- character and management. An English fashion in hair cutting is b Gen. Drake, Abe left them with Pete Mitchell and told main in it. JOE F.WATEBB. JOHN P. DAVIB. him to give them back to Georgie next day, ing taken up by the anxious young men, U. 8. Grant Post 93, G, A. R. Register is disposed to be severe on but that female still on the war path had though there are only a few barbers in New Tne Misiouri Supreme Court, in the The OJr friend, Billy Bradley. It Bays that case of Brook, alias Maxwell, condemned Abe arrested at 8 jmeret for robbery and York who can do it properly. It is lo have Young the hair singed. It is first cut as usual, but since be became a renegade from the demo for the murder of C. Arthur Preller, over- brought hick for trial. Jud-cratic party he seems to have made it a ruled the motion for a rehearing, A re tried the case on Siturday and promptly not very close. Then a long taper is light ed, a comb is rapidly run over the head Dcrtlors In Btudy never to tell the truth when a lie prieve wa granted the defendant until acquitted the defendant. with the taper above it until the end of will answer the purpose, and that he made August 2G The defense will take an apOne of our lawyers being askei a fow a perfect a of himself during his exhibi peal to the United States Supremo Court days slnca what a contingent fee wa, said : each hair has bean touched by the fl lines. e, of an inch of Not more than Simuel Scott, working in bis father's bitlon in Richmond. "If I bring a suit for you and lose the cue The city council of Nicholasville are a field near Guntersvllle, Ala., went to a I get nothing; if I win the euit yon get any hair is burned wben the work is done by the aklllful operator. Singeing is While nothing". d set. They re- spring and lay down to drink. narrow-minde- - - - Hudson Republican. to prevent baldneia and to give the allow Elitor Kerr to put an engine drinking a rattlesnake that was coiled there fuse to With microbes in the drinking water hair a natty appoarance. In Eigland the face and clung there unin his printing office for fear it might burst struck him in the in ice cream, malaria in water singeing costs extra and the barbers here and the editor til the boy tore it away and stamped it to tvrotoxicon and set the town efire again, melons, Bright's disease in beer and paralyOur stock is comprehensive and brnnd. new and prices suit oven the closest to leave the poky old death. Then he ran home and died in 8 sis in iced tea, wherewithal may the thirsty are doubtful whether to rank it as an extra very wisely decides of close buyers. Come to ise us early and often. of all effort to save bis life. soul refreih itself in nummer tfme? hair cut or a shampoo. New York Sun. hours in spite place. The books show 'JO 265 voters registered in Louisville. Henry Watterson has gone to Block Island for the summer, owing to ill health. Henry Morgan, h Knoxville drummer, was murdered in Harlan county by n man named Martin. Ojcar Kelley, who killed his wife, was taken from the jail at Portland, Oregon, and hung by a mob. The Cynthiana barbecue was attended by G 000 people and there was the utmost enthusiasm and good order. At Somerset an oil and gas company has been organized with a $250,000 capital. Operations will begin at once. W T. Jones, democratic nominee for representative from Jessamine countv, has withdrawn from the ticket in the interest of party harmony. The June fire record shows a total loss of $10,1S2,100, a million more than June lt36 and four million more than any other June for ten years. The experimental tea farm of the Xa lionul Agricultural Department, in South Carolina, has been abandoned, having proven n complete failure. Nine workmen employed, on a anew railroad in Caeeter county, Siuth Cirolina, were blown to piece by a premature discharge of blasting powder. Abe Johnson, the negro who killed William Grudgell two months ago nt was arrested at Nicholaavllle. The goyernor hod oflered $150 reward for s Four thousand bushels of fold in Bourbon it 50 cents. Eight Italians wore victims of the mine disaster at Sturgeon River, Mich. Yellow fever record at Ksy West To tal cases, SJ; death 2 ; sick at prevent, .; dirchnrged cured, 23. A number of binlnsss homes in S', Louis haye withdrawn their subscriptions to the Grand Army fund since by its pusil lanlmous action the President has been forced to withdraw his acceptance of the in vitation to attend. Another attempt was made to shoot J. B Spears, foreman of the Jessamine Journal office. This is the third time lis ha es caped a bullet within two year. The shot fired Friday at him by nn unknown hand played close to a lock of his hair. AtTarboro, North Carolina, AiWin Hart, a negro, was recently lynched for brutal assault on a young white woman. The negroes of (he nalghborhood say there was insufficient evidence against Hart, and threaten to get even by lynching the young lady on whom the assault w.as committed. Seventeen variety performers were burned to death in the Alcaztr Tneitre, nt Hurley, Wisconsin, Siturdav night. The actors were bemmud in by the tl imes, which spread rapidly, and only two of the company got out alive. The fire extended to other buildings and half the town was de stroyed. The property loss is placed at $500,000. blue-gras- GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. ce 1 Lancaster. Yeiler.lay was quarterly court in Wheat Is VOTWjZEKEHMEE1 JMiBgamjJiJJHlBM11uMJWUllB5gM Lat-cislc- r. still dull at 05 cents. Most few farmers are selling Very of it is stacked. The Citizens National bank declared no July dividend, but carried the earnings of the past six months to the surplus fund increasing it to SS.000. Robert and Hiram Collier, two of our prominent farmers, mule an alignment Saturday, the former to W. H. Kinnaird, the latter to J. C. Thompson. I do not know the ssets or liabilities. Copious rains have fallen since my list report and If ws don't have a good corn crop there's nothing In the ol 1 adage, "A dry June for a good corn ciop, Ao " C. Terrell sold to Mr. Caruthers, of Lexington, two mules for $225, one of them an aged mule He also sold to E II. Wal ker 4 head of cattle for $135 A mortgage on the roadbed and roll log stock of the K. C. railroad for $7,000, 000 to the Metropolis Trust Co, N Y., WAA rpmrttpfl in mtr rnnnlv Mark'., nflir-- OR PITCHERS wVulitcr LininuMil is (ho most Avomlorful J'ain-Curi- T tlu woiitl jzjXstz: lists ior known. I... 1. I DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Har-rodsbu- rg it Much reiret is felt by our cllizns that the Hon, Henry Watterson will not bs able to attend the barbecue. There isn't a more popular man in the State, with Garrard county democrats, than Mr. Watterson and everybody waa anxious to see him. Wo all hope he may soon be well again Contrary to our expectations there has been no rush on the part of our customers to pay their accounts, which were due July 1 at. This is not as it should be We sell gro Is at jut the same prices as the cish stores and in common justice we are entitled to our money when it is due. This is iniended for you if you owe us anything and we hope you will o consider it. Rpt. G D. Burdett ACo. Joshua Html sit, an employe at Miller' Hotel, left Sunday for Louisville, where he of ere i as a delegate to the Grand Ia OJd Fsllotfs. Mr. Jo litselden, one of our ciiizsns, his removed lo DanviI.e to live. He has rented his store rcoui and residence to a Richmond man who will run a osKery anil confectionery here. Willie Watson, ot Atlanta, is en a virit lo his mother, Mrs Judge Pherigo, of thi city Mr. John Brewer has returned from a six weeks buinss trip. Hrrnard Ashley and Max Scott left yesterday for Kansss City, where the former has a position as tele graph operator. Mrs. R. R. West and children, of Washington City, are visiting John R. West, Eq W. O. Sweeney and father have returned from Cincinnati. C L. Brown, the jovial Cienl. Freight Agent of the K. C, lies been up to ste Superintendent Bsttis. Mis Mattie Smith has returned from the Boston Conservatory of Music, a graduate. An elegant party was given by the Misses Marksbury on Friday evening, in honor of Miss Dodd, of Nashville, who is visiting them. JULY 1ST, 1887 Your Accounts arc due and ready PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. P3 le Unpaid Accounts of J88()iiot Settled at once will be Collected by an O dicer. EU3S & 9eE0il&B$S IFiETTIT vTIRS jA.T 1 - T. R. WALTON'S. out-tra- ct iF'iR.'criT oA:isrs n Nich-olasvill- e, 1 WAHFOflre-1 , iUI rnT n ri t lJHLJl.C)SLi)lNAl -- Ta T. R. WALTON'S dem-o:ratt- BACON WANTED T. R WALTON. si STANFORD, KY. e WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. STREET, th d, hide-boun- sup-pose- d MAIN ! ?. A UJWWHWIUWiWWWiWIllWUMW nai l"MWWUi C'oitN !n nNHMnwifiiTMmnm'jt for pbIp nt MWimwmiMMMmwii the far or ahelleJ, HfiifliiV. it ckr& Stanford, Ky July I'AJiTilo haviiiL' account with uiu will 12, 1887 plea.c rail ami settle nml ureatly oMIep. A. A Warren. E. O. WALTON, - UUHtnoBH Manager. L.AN. Mall train coin LOCAL TIME CARD. aweet aiui'int,', male mock-in- f which I will sell cheap. Mr. A. binla H AldridRf, Kowland A NKv I) ink lit Simerxft I a fixed fact, OfTcer will be elected on the 10th and it will he in operation by October 1. I Have four North.. Noih .. xpr exiuto trfclii" riouiu rajof li &li4luut " - - .til 1 XJ 31 I .... t W r. m. P.M. 45.m Holai calcuUu-- on iO mluuti'i lilr UnJrd tlui. i.n Fiptfen to twenty dollara paid midline in K. C. LOCAL TIME CARD. exchange for now one monthly payment. P. Hampton. for old on ' Ir the correjpondent at Crab Orchard bad pinned hit name to hi letter we might hiive tifen it apace, but we can't put tbe LOCAL NOTICES. woid of an anonymoii acribbltr against The bet ready mixed palnla are to be the combined teatimony of a dozen Kood bad at A. K. lVonj'a. men. AnKjuiir grocer or tbe CtnciuuHii Hi Ac we predicted the Inteiuoh Journals kini! Co.'o cracker and cakt. did the Lkiica.tera up. It wan a bad came V atciikh and Jenelrj required on bor all around, howeyrr, the acore atandin 30 utico and warranted or A. It. rttunv. r A complete Mock ol Jewelry, latent to I!fi. O ir nameaakei will co orer to a ex'ialty. Friday and belt the biy on next tyle. Kockfurd wntciiua A. ii I'enny. their own ground. TllK firm ol I'enny & McAliater having I have old out my buainea at Junction uiriulveul the account are resdy (or ieltl ment. Come at once and aeltle. Yon way City and ark those indebted to me to please mre coct. crime forward and aeltle. An eaily eettle-uiewill aave both of u (rouble and PERSONAL. in a I will l.nve to put my account Miwi Litv Tatk ia rinitini: friend at the hand of an r dicer if tiny are not paid WincheMer and Ml. H.eilltur in a Hhirt while. J W. Vanuadall. Mil. Mahk IImiiiin h KpendiiiK the suit agaiual Mm'. Taiuunt will week with Ma houiefolkaat Monllcello. for willful and mali-ito- ua Miic.CiiAiit.uW. Knr.MKit, of Xew the (Wier-Journlibel, which cornlxt in the etitement Albany, Iod., la TiiiliiiK the Miwe Helm nf .Mn J. II. t5TrriiEN, of Ureen'lmr,;. that ahe i over TO year k?, nnd any Kanra, i ihccnmt of Mia H. K. Wearen. jurr who look iiH)ti the handsome Tounc Ilr.v a.viiMik Moiuiti Kvanm wcm widow will award her any amount of dam r.tertxtid recintiit at tbe calinliniic age cbe way claim. The bel lawyer in the Stath will take (he cine on a contingent bow fe. Miu F J. Axtiionv and Clarence, ol Ll)tnit, are ridling her Mrn'a, Mr. and 'J'ltC euleriainmeiit iveil br tha Liucaa Mr. T S. JrMn. Ur Calia'henic Club came fully up (o ex MltH .M ATTIC 1'AXTO.V will rtflt I'rtjf ptotatian Tlieyounc Uilim are J. I'ulliim In (he Ml ml Female were drillril and their erolution neit m io1'. crirtifiil and pretty a could be. Mr Mtaaii I.n.Lir. Mitawt'K, of D.tnrllle, ftille Hiunide fiirniched tbe itiatrumintal and Miry Hodge, of urn cuetta wii'ic in a very excellent manner and thu f Mra J. II Ilocker. prf rmer kept tint to it with the rci-io- n M ijir II trry A. Ezao JriK.E M. C. fcUcKi.HY biM rod lo of clock work A'aKitrnry, K iua, on a praMotint; tonr, la general m in ti;(r ol the club nd he lit with h vie in lociiin. reh'on 'o b prouJ of i'4 profi;inry. The Mtw Mahv My kkii, of ih Miller i Ilia' it onie re.-r'- ! pi'ron tt not faculty, it tmr vialting her iatd, r .oeidarin (he good cUa it wa fur irir. Lille I rotler, Mr. S. K Mytir are cillel on lo aid in auch Hat i'i.-opMii Annie ami Nri.uk Koybton, tuatWr a often that they can hardly be I (larrard, nnd Eltnl Tjer, of I.ib.tnon. cenaurd fjr The entire Howard llrucr. are proceed weie le than $?0. El.17.1 ' MlVf II FN III ETTA AND fjr the (Irand Am. the preparation I'AKNiy, ( f CmI Orchirtl, havp been (he Dmocralic Kllr and Hxrbecue are com f Mlc P. )iio Uirne. k. imIn and Col. W. S. Miller, chairman of (he Mli" Aha KiN', of Moreland, and pleie committee on arrangement, aaya be will be Mim Alice Hint;, of I'arkrrille, are the prepared to aet a dinner for 15.000 people if la of the MIen Blraub. and giva them the belt burgoo baa:dea they Miw Mattik LoiAHand Mr. Ophe erer awallowed. All the advertised apeik Ha H)hrr!f, ol Milchellobiuc, bate been ere will be on hand, aave Mr. Watteraon, iheKUe! ol Mr. J. A. Capenter. -- Mils'. W. 0. Wtu.it and Mr. E. II. who ia ill; the State Central Committee will be there In a body; ao ale) the BlackJIayden lelt on the excursion to O d Point burn Club, of Lixin;ton, bjaides prominent Comfort, wbtr (hey will runvin evcral men from all parta of the irtate. It i go week in,; to be a day to be remembjred and we Mas. J. ('. Coldweu. and her beiuti-- ' hope ivery man in thi aeclion will make :l I tile clr' iNiihter, who hare been it a point to attend. The ladie are aho here, returned to Elinbelhtown Sm eajiecially rcp;ielcd (o grace the occxion jrday. Itjmember the day with their preieaci Mil and Mrs W. A. Moimow pa.cd ia rhiirday,the 14 ii, and tbe place Cipl. up Frldar to lltrbaurvillp, where Mr MorTom E kin'a woxlland, juat over the Oar row went lo make a aptech for hi uncle, rrd and Lincoln lire. William O'ttradler, Miw W C WiiKuiuri wai cillod to In i jk it. The eximioing trial of W by tbe eudden deith II Pollock, the L A N. brakenun, charged eraillea Sttnrday c' lit r infnt riier whom olio It ft well a witli breaking into anJ robbing a cir at day r two before. Cholera infantum rst Libanon Junction of a bx of b)a:, the Ibe cauctt fif detth. property of D W. Vindeveer,of ihie plice, occurred atSieppirdiville, TauraJay, and UiiECKiNiittxiK Jones left Ho. Decatur, AIbImuu, reeterday, where he has theproaf of hi. guilt binj onctuiive In recently inreatid ome of his aurplua, wit), haahelJ for farther tr.il in the uqi of rro'pcla cf doubling it with the advance $200, which he could no, give and wai returned to jiil, It sesaii thai he hi boan of that promiiinc town. U.S. Ma iisit.M A J.Onossbrcushthla at the businei. fjr Mae tiaie and from wife up8turday to rifit Mra. A. M. Fe-li- mi thoe who attended we letrn that a antli and reunined with her till yeaterday cient number of cues have ben developed when he went lo Taylor county to collect against him to keep him in the Stale pristhat railrovl tax, petcably if he can, forci- on 10 year. A naro worn in. who ia also aaid to haye been his tuislre, acted an Ii'm bly if he uiupt. The Louisville lima attempted to agent at Labtnon Junc.ion anl said ths cite a picture of Mra S. F. II. Tarrant, who stolen articlei. A search of her buna reattended tbe Slate Teachera' meeting, but vealed much of the remit of hi thefts it failed to do that handsome lady justice. Friday his home at Riwland wia eearched In fact the cut would pan for any person and more stolen goods found. Pollock U a native of this county and a man that might aa well a far Mra T. Mns Maiiv Vitiieh8 Howman enler-tain- have done well but for a natural tendency nl lea Friday nicht, Miasea Mae to devilment. Adam. Annie and Ella Shame, Lucy Tate The entertainment given by Misaes Leila and Hhnda Porlman and Men). J. S. and Altie Markehary, of Lancaster, in hon Mocker, P. M McKiberla, W. M. UriRhU or of their guest, Miaa Katie Dodd.of N'aah Maitrraon Peyton and J. 0, Paxton. The ville, on Friday evening last, was one of the cupper waa delightful and all report a jol- most brilliant as well aa thoroughly enjoy ly Rood tlmej able affair that it ha ever been the good fortune of our Iiusinesa Manager to attend. LOCAL MATTERS. At b 30 the large crowd was well nigh asPlenty C. sugar now. T. It. Walton. " sembled and until 2 A. M, the handsomely parlors waa the scene of hnppi-ne- aa Meal in ijuantity at Hocker A Bright'. decorated supreme. The reception committee P'ine line of Candle jnat recelyed at A. was coinpoeed of Mies Katie Dadd, who was attired in in a decollette costume of A. Wnrrn'a. Louia Schlegel, wi.1 white mull with pink trimming?; diamond;; The photographer, lace be here next Tueaday again lo take pic- Mia Nannie Wood, blue satin, diamond; and Meaars. C. C. Carson ture. and E. C . alton, Stanford. Misses Leila The Jennie Holnian Troupe, said to lx and Altie Markabury. in costumes of cream firat claw In every particular and cirrying mull, crimson satin; diamond and cream a fine brae bind and orchestra, bavo enmull, lace; diamond, reapectively, did gaged to occupy the boards at Walton's (he entertaining hi the moetelegantstylennd Opera Houfe during Mt WBk- the gue! are under laiting obligations for filed the uulimited atteution shown them. There Bio MoHTdAOE. -- There hag been were a large number of ladies from the surfor record in the Lincoln co. clerk'a office rounding towns present, besides the full a mortgage from the Kentucky Cjnlral corp of Lancaster's loveliest, and youthRailroad to tha Metropolitan Trust Compaful beauty, arrayed In finest dress, was sufny, of New York, for $7,000,000 1 per cent, iwued by the railroad company. ficient to captivate the eye and Inspire the gold bonds of the most callous beholder, The The whole line of the railroad and ita heart refreshments, served at 11, were ia keeping branche", together with all Its franchisee, with the rest of the delightful programme, prlyileceo, rolling slock, etc , la covered by and were discussed and enjoyed with a mortgage. Mr. W. L. llildwin ia the it to the clerks all along tbe line. hearty relieb, rraim Itiic lUlanl it S ami 7.20 a. Ik'lutnluj, airtie at Oaud 8:Ur.v, m, Lan-'fliileex-peto al thjr-oujhly Ar-ale- wy bttr c Tin-itin- s fr We learn from Mr. IF. K. Matt ttiat hi To day in (he same church he will weep brnthvr Jim wen wnrre jriterday nml oyer her dead body Then all wa hope ihoiikjht to be in a iljing condition. and happ now all is darkiies ind dispair. The merry marriage bells give KTocicttoLHEita in (ho Lincoln County way to the solemn funeral dirge and bright Slock Association are retj leitedtopay their eyes on the former occasion are now auf- subscription j to J. II Uiughnian, treasurer, fuaed with tear. But mich is the uncer. imuieliately. tainly of life, and frffjuent are the warnThe fair booth and feed privilege, etc., ings to the living to prepare lo meet their will bo rented in Stanford on Wedneiday, OodI The dear young girl of whuin we July -- 31, up lo which time bid will be re write had made that preparation and death found her ready and willing to go to tie celved therefor. Father She was a love'y Christian, Joyed Staniohi) Lowie No. 150 I. O O. F. by all and especially by the church, which a full allendancu of the members she was ever realy to serve and her death s this evening. The committee on will cause a ping of sorrow in the breas s of a will make their report at this meeting, legion of friend After her marriage she The rain though intin"icient in quantity went to live at Zinesville, Onio, but fallba greatly revived vegetation. Out on ing ill ot a brain trouble her IhelrirmsofK Cobb and othera a water-spo- brought her bick to the parental roof where occurred Siturday that did consider everything was done for her, alas in vainl The dissolution came at 5;30 yesterday damage. able morning and the oarthly bride became the The Fair is a dead sure thing now. as bride of the Limb Today at 3 o'clock will be seen by the list of premiums given the same minister, Elder Juhn Bill Qibson, herewith. The directory concluded that who officiated at the marriage, will deliver two days would be autHcient for the first the funeral discourse and the attendants on exhibition and it will coniHilently b? held the formerocciaion will actas pill bearer on July '2", h andUD.h. thi. Then the rema'ns Wjll be laid iwa Tiiit.VtH entered the Mure of W. 8. Hil- in Biiflalo Springs Csmetery. If Byrupaiiiv ton, at Junction City, Friday night, and avail anything, then will tbe burden o' took from the safe which they picked open, grief ba lifted from the heart of husband, about 190 in cash A lot of cilicoi anil parents, brothers anil sittcrj in this, the worsted goods are mied, the exact amount hour of their Borrow, for (here ie not a per not Known. Sherifi Newland searched (he son in Stanford to day who does not grieve houae of one of (he atiapected partie, a with them on their irreparable loa. reaident of Lincoln, on Saturday night, but RELIGIOUS. notuing wa found to prove him (he guilty The letter announcing the excommunione. cation of Father McG ynn was not read in Thiiee negroe in convirt clothes went the Catholic churche of New York Sun to Mr, Hull' biirdin hou at Rowland day. Rev. Father Francis Dint, cinvie'ed o' Friday evening and deininded supper, which wai given them by the proprietress, criminal libel on a brolher priest, bi Little who was scired nearly out of her wits, Valley, New York, was sentenced to teveu knowing that there wa no man in the monthi' impriaonmenl in (be Erie county hoii'eand fearing they would do her hirm. penitentiary. The BaptM church hi presented Rev. Inteid of her feara tiding reilixid, they thanked her very kindly and departed Or.e P. O E'lotn with leavn of absence for a of the negrof i a very large man and month, during which lima he will vi-- it walk with a limp. Five convicwere Virginia The vacation is given U take efeeeu together near Rowland a few day prior fect afier July IS h. Not long ago the fine 520.000 Melhc-l- i( to (hi. church of Jameatown, Onin, wa deTiliwi: who have never UteJ that stroyed by a cyclone. I' wa rebuilt aid prepiritinn known u ''riurgocj" Siturday it wa struck bv lightning ami have a treat in atore next ThurjJay at the burned lo the ground. Providence i eviDistrict Ilirbeo'ie in Cipi E kin'a wo !. dently oppised to it loca'.icn. (he only man Otis Jiibsri,of T e L ncoln ciunty Sundty School who knowi how lo unke it to per'eciion, Convmiion was slimly attended, but lhoe will bather.) with bi-- two kettle, one hold present accomplished much good. Mr. R. ing 700 and the other 500 gallon, and will E, Barrow occuried the chair in the absence see that none goej awty without partaking of S. E. Owsley, permanent chairm.an. The of it. He will alo superintend the cook- opening exercises were he'd by Eld. John ing of the t of the big bill neciary for Bell Gibcn and the other preicher took Lst everybody attend. 15,000 paople. part in the programme. Elder Green Lee Surber preached his A special traiu for the Barbecue Ground farewell sermon here laat Sunday and when will leave Louisville at 5 A M. next Tnure-dathe good byes were said to him and wife, passing Lebanon at 7: 15 o'clock, Junction City at 0 and arriving at its des- all eyes were dimmed with tears and all tination about 9 15. Rilurning leave the hearts united in prayer for blessings to atgrounds at about 5 r. M. It will atop at all tend them. Under Eider Surber's minis stations from New Iliyen this way and try of (wo and a half years, 133 persons through at one fare for tbe have united with the church, and he leave take it with a united and happy membership round trip. The train will run Stanford and tbe ground ai many times of 531, The official board gaye him a let during the day a may be neceasuy. There tcr bearing testimony to his ability, faith will be a sufficient number of coaches at fulnea and piety a a pastor and teacher tachtd to take all comfortably who may His address for a few weeks will be Snelby wish to come and imjoy the. grandest thing Ci(y, Ky.- - Mt. Sterling Sentinel A very large crowd was present at the of the kind ever attempted in Kentucky, Kentucky Central will also run a sps dedication services at Bright' Sunday. Dr. The Morton, secretary of the Chuich Extension cial train from Lexington the aaine day. Boird, preached the dedicatory aermon at riiEillirt to establish a Building Associ- 11 and preached again at 3.30 Between ation upon the charter granted by the last the two cervices an basket Legislature ia meeting with very gratifying dinner was served, excellent in quality and ucces, -- GO ehnre of the 300 needed being apporantlf inlitnited in qiantity. The alrenly subscribed. We are gla i to observe church i a hanJsome one, built on the that many railroad men are interesting meat moJern p'nn, with tall spire, and is a themselves in it and have taken stock. real monument to tho generosity of the peo Such institutions not only pay the stock- pie who built it. Its total cost was 12,000 holder handsomely but he'p (o build up a and but $1,000 of tbe amount bad been (own by aiding thoe who wiah to provide raised prior to the dedication, when 5850 homes, for tbemselvea, cheaply and easily. additional was subscribed Dr. G. A. Tray-lc- r Those wishing to subscribe can call on doubled his subscription of $100; G. R Capt. Frank Harris or W. H. Miller, Eiq. Bright added $100 to his and many others Later Krery share has been subscribed were almost as liberal. aud we are asked to call a meeting of the stockholders for organization at the Court-Houa- e .1EW ADVEBTIKEMl'.TK. Saturday night next at 7:30. J iu, FLORENCE WMH.NQ MACHINE. hu-bu- ut The motrcrfe'"t .la hlnn ever Inrenteil. Wotiilordil aanng of labor atd eaallr operated. Uead tho following testimonial from ladles of HoitonTi'le and ilclmty Tbli ! to certify that we rc mlng the Fbrencs Wash, ng Marhioe and think t the only Machine we erer w that will dt all Itclalini. It ism clotbln? and nbor and is well worth Ibepllce paid for It Mrs. J. M. 0)k, Mrs. D. W HUg?. Mrs. S. F. Cown, Mn. Pam IVId, Sirs. J. P. Utile. Mra. T. J. Koblnson.Mra. Heorge W. Rifle, Mrs. J. T. Hose, Mn. (l.C. Lyon, Mrs. S. O. Drye, Mrs. Mag Dunn, Mrs.Jotepb Coffey, Mrs J. K. llaughmaa. Now Is your chance to tecuro tbe best Machine of the age. Wo also bate testimonials from the following Stanford Ladles: Mesdamcs Sam Owtnf, T. 8. Kale Haji, S. S. M jers, (1. O. Wine and Mary Straub. FUHIESVK n'AHUIXG .11.1 CtllXK CO., B. T. Mc.U.I.IbTEK, EuilneuMansger. Headquarters at Br, Bourne's, Stanford. Doo-le- y, WALSH, THE TAILOE, 2H2 FOUU1H AVUXtlE, IOUIS VILiTE, P. DH, S. G. S.-ri- NE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. HOCKEn. HOCKER & BRIGHT, SVCUKSSIMtS TO W. II. II1GOIXS.) We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most Dopular and RANGES in the Market. Full line of HARDWARE, WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, CEMENT, FLUE TILING, &c. In FARMING IMPLEMENTS wa will still place tho OLIVER CHILL FLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly deservoa to be. Ask your neighbor in reference to i's superiority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine ths BRINLEY COMBINATION PLOW & HiRROW, In the PUMPS line we know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. .All we ask is to give it a careful examination and trial and you will not have any other. ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. COOK STOVES - W. 15. HeKLWKY, Satoxiiiitti. t MU1CCIIA3T TAILOR, -- re-i- I hate rrcelred and still recelTlDg New Goods for Spring and Summer I'ouiprlslug tbr best Id the market, which y, wi b. Gotton Up in Btylo and Make Second to Wono in City or Countrr Give M; ix Trial. mmiU k MENEFEE ii 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 Sash-Blind- s, eil Dismissed. Judge Hansford atd W. T. Stephenson were brought here Friday on a warrant charg ing them with allowing a prisoner to es cape and were tried before Judge Carson, but were discharged because of the iufor mality in which he wn put in their charge. It will be remembered that Ueorge Ste pbenson, chsrged with murder, was turned over to them at the suggestion of the cotitt, and that thvy failed to (urn him over to the court agiln at tbe time his trial was fixed for. Judge Varnon allowed his heart to gel oil with his bead in the matter, up on representations of sicknes;, inisnity and perhaps death in tbo family of the accused, and got picked up for it. It is safe to predict, however, that be will be more particular In the future as we learn that be feels very badly over (he way his confiience and (ender heartedneas were abused. Serious Charge hides is larger and more complete thanf ever; be- G. A. BENEDICT & CO., STANFORD, KEXTCCKT. Well Drillers and Famp Adjusteri, at lactory prices. W Wells fore, from the cheapest to the best. All of work guaranteed as represented. Prices to suit the times. We can sell you as good vehicles as any dealer or manufacturer and for as little money. Come and see our line assortment before PillleJ to order and puairs furmliht-- J 213-- t f PROPOSALS tbt Will ! J. II.GKEEIV. ArI.. HuHtoiiYllle, WEAKEN & MENEFEE. Ky. it is broken. 1 rwelioJ for the lettlot oftheMaionrr for bridge across Dlx Hirer ob tbe Una ot the Htanfonl, Dlx River, Garrard County A White Oik Turnpike, near DudJerar'i Mill, on SATURDAY, JULY ?r. A. 1G, IS ST. n-t- Route. Queen and Crescent nailway.) and Toxas Paclflo (Cincinnati New Orleans Apply to tbo Secretary for rrfclflcitlom. A I.EX. THA X'LOB, Prei., TltinitLH.Hec'r. Shortest and Quickest Lino to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. KK.II DUWN. TIlAlNSbOUrih Dallr Dally, .Ex. aun. Mo.l. I THE GREAT HORSE FAIR OFTHE8TATE. ! It HAD UI TlUINdNOKTll. So, 7. No.3. liu. 5. oyer-drea- DEATHS. aTATIOKd. L'Te...''lnclnnail ' AO. .'. Dally. Dally. Dally. Ex, Sua, Dally. No. 4. DallT. No. 0. No. 8. Dilly Donald, the infant son of W. D. New-landied Sunday of cholera infantum. I). W. Haydon, known to his friends as "Bud," died at Harrodburg Saturday of typhoid fever, aged 22 Gen. Walter C. Whittaker, a prominent Louisville lawyer, died Saturday night At his country residence, after a lingering illness. He wao C4 years old. Chandler Eight months ago to day the pleasant lask of writing tbe marriage notice of a bright and happy young girl to the man of her choice devolved upon us. Now the painful duty of recording her untimely death is ours. In the Christian church, on the 10:h of last November, Miss Ella Ramsey was led to the marriage altar by Mr. J. L. D. Chandler, a lovely bride. SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBTION OP TUB ! 7 55 a mi 4 03 p m 9 00pm ., 10 SO a in 7 05 pm. II 33 pm ., 1125am. 7 35 pm II Sip hi ., MADISON COUNTY FAIR lH7am' 8(rJpm't2 2lam 1221 am' 8 43 pm1 12 33 a m 8 59 p m 9 10 p m 1 1 1 ASSOCIATION, TO UK 1IKLD AT 05 a m 15 a m - ., RICHMOND, TUESDAY, AUUUST i), And continue Four Dayi. 2 45 p mi !!!!!!!!!..'! TVJ'a'm !' 6 55 a m ., ft 25 i in 8 45 aw v .i j p m ' 8 50 pui ., 3 S3 a m 8 00 p id . 8(K)a m ... 11 00 a m,. 00 p m 10 ' 0 15am . 510pm Wpm m 10 25 id C 40 am OeorRpiowii mi 7 2? a m 4 10 a m m 7 00 am! 3 48 a m !. alogton m Nlcholajvllle m 8 27 ain't:! 23a m 5 47am ... .liarrodshurK Junction.. 5 32 a mi 2 38 a m UanTiiiH 5 20 a in 2 28 a in Junction City . ... 135p 12 49 p ...Kings Mountain .. 10 a m II 85 a 3irnirrct 40 p m 8 10 a Oakdale 30 p m 5 00 a Chattinooda 40 a m 10 35p Birmingham 6 42p 8 47p 3 20p 2 51 p 2 8p 2 .'rr 0p New Orleans .Ku'aw..,.. ..Meridian 7 4 00p 30p 9 00 20 am 45 a m 85 p m TROTTING AND RUNNING RACES Upon tho Track each Day. ,11 ,. 8 00 it m .. C 5.5 p m ... ., 7 10 p ui... 15pm'. ....Mfildian ......tSbreTeport. .... , , T. P Junction C;55 p m 8,C0 a m 7 50am 300 a m K.C.U. U. Troit'i celebrated Band will lurnUb tho Muiic. All LadlM Free on tho first Day. T. T. (JOVINOTON, J. P. HKIINDON, Awlitant Secretary tecrUrr; K. B. TEltaiLL. l'reildeot. Parlt, Cyntblant, Wlncbeater, Lnxlngton, Danrllle, dtanford. Lan. cuter, Lltlogiton and all point reached by (be Special tralni to and from 9leTeOakJaleaillyeicptaunaay. ai6l5 a. m., Arrltlnu at Chatttnoii learet Chattanooga at 4.30 p.m., arrtrln; at Ualcdaleat 7.15 v, it. No. JOHN C. GAULT, (len'l Maniger, It. CARllOLU Cie.Vl riupt. . at .t0. No. 10 Mann lkiudolr Buflet b'iwpiui Cari on all through trains, H. rOLLBKAN, Gei'l Frt. A Tat'. Act., It. X. HYAN, Aut. Geu'l Frt. A Fasi. Agftat. m w. w. wul.l, Qecvral OlCcei, St. Paul HjIUIdi;, euperinientieni, somenet, Ky. Wot Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ot'o. afcKs-r- & st l :.t r- - y r&x. ncr.vwrK H Stttti-ffi- ff teHBlnttrior lonrnal So Hcs the Ark That at the next general election for to the Qeneral Asieuibly, It (hall be the duty of the several hcrltli and other offlccra ASSOCIATION, ol election to open a poll for ani make a return to To be Held In Ilurnham'a Wools, near theaecretary of riute, brthe tlmi being, ol tbe names of all citizens entitled to Tote tor represenMADISON COUNTY, SV. KIRKSVILLE, tative who ' art voted at the atld election for lor the purpose of ONamending orclunglnz the Constitution. FIUDAY bATUltUAY. JL'LV'Ji! - 23 t 1. Tlut any sheriff or othir returning offlccr falling to ptrform theduty Iiuporci by first of this act shall l subject to a fine ol six hundred dollars ((uW), to be rccorerod br I'RUtDKNT-- C. C. CIUtlSMAN. DttaLMs id- -la any court hiring Juris- 11. WALKIUl. BEtRXTAiu-JA- S. dlcttoi thtrrof, and shall, upaconrlctlon of tucb 11. SIMMONS. AaSlTANTSKCRKTARV-- 1) Drugs, Books, falluic, le remored from olhce by the court In B KMH11Y. TRKiSUKKR-- J. such conviction Is had which 9 IltM. Mamiul-A- . B. KLOUA, AMOS ELLt.-O.-V ouit- - 'j mi 3. That for the purpote of aicerlalnlng tbo r u i number ol citizens entltbd to rote for Ueprcssnta-tire- s u va I'RICKJOI ADMISSION. Phrilclans' riesctlptloof arcuralelv rompjiinai within thh Huto In the year 1S37, there Also Lich psrson twelve yoars old and uver Wets i. Best cheeie special premi shall be furnished, a trelnafibr prorided, to the Children between "and IS years old . . .. 28 els TwTafiTS: um by John O.Taylor, wholesale and shfriflj an other ouuerii of the il c !oa lu Vu- iJjllXs.i Children under acven years old no charge. -"tut " asS "r JlM3 j. ' " ii 5 !.00 " offiretail grocer, l'.lchmond, Ky gust, ISJT, a rejlstratlon book, la whlca the No charge lor vehicles, 2. Bestoll hatu eprclalpreiuluui by Col. cers oftbo election shall recird tha tames of all etrricketefursaloat J B. Walker's nod Wll- - The Largest Stock of Watches, Olocks D. W. Irvine, Utchmond, Ky., M0 more and Cotton's Stores In Klrlsvllle. for representative to roto citizens entitle Tickets 3. Bt st plate of beat biscuit special preJewelry and 8ilverware nlthln thlsritateat the slid oleclloa Tue must be produced no money at the gate. mium by Covington A Arnold, whole of tho eleclhn aHall be tm?kio otB:ers of Ki collect Stabliuj lor all horses within sight of tv.,r tought oo le tbla market l'rtit sale and retail grocers, ItlchmonJ, Ky.. and shall hare said registration books tbe grounds tha Ixwrat. Watches, Clocks i i. Host loal of light bread (sa't rlslug), to ll open for the record of laid nimes between the ratred on ahoit nolle aud correspondence dire. 'M to J. II. Walk, bemidool "J. KM" tiour special hours ot o'clock a m. and T o'clock p. u, n the er, Klrksville.or J 11 Kiubry, stiver Creek will premium by Karris A Burton, g rwer- day of the August 1337, election at all the rotlng be promptly attends.! to .CO les and drugs, SIlTer Creek places In th'i Commonwealth. And It shall ba the Best two bottles wine speduty of all cltiaans of this Commonwealth who cial premiums 1st by J. S. Colli nr, are entitled t vote lor ltepresentatlrcs, on the Furniture, Fine Carpels, tti Handday of the next general e eclion In August, 1S37, 1 some steel Engraving, worth to go botoretbesheritli and other returning A Calf Converted Into foot Gear Hithin 24 2nd, by J. J. Brooks, Druggist, It' ch. election In the rotlng prKinct In Hours. 2 V mond ...- which they are aererally entitled to rote, and k Trie celebrated Uuicagj musgo unthine cause themselres to be registered oa the Best three pounds ot butter-spoc- lal premium by J V llerndeti, dealer In has been eclipsed la thia macuir.e tbe pi;, as quallrW voters of this Commonwealth, and the disDrugs, Paints, Oil, Ae , lllchraond 0t living In cf any it will be recollected, i mud to enter at oje mineskcown toand all clt'zens be entitled tbo vote oo to said othcera to Best gallon of lie cream trict whiak cf a handle to enurge end and on the J OC best gallon of fcberbjt for BepresentatlTe, or male known to them by Best Black Cake-- lst premium iy it. J. in sauasase. The Vienna p.peta are mik- eridence on that dav, shall bs registered as not rothtrrng, wholesale and retail dealer la ing merry over a bet wade by a celtbraied lng, And In the jear IS37, no other orUcer shall be Dry Oood. clothing, BmU, ?bos, Ac., tomakoany list or return ot the qualishoemaker in that city He undertook authorize! of this Commonwealth, nor shall any ltlchmond fied voters a pitr of from a given calf to manufacture 3.00 nd premium by Asioelation return thereofexcept the registration books and . . S00 booU within 21 houra of the nimsl death. certificate prorided fjr by th.s aci be mdp, and 10. B?stSonge Cake The conditions were made and a commune all laws reiuIrlnllstor returns of such qualified 11. Best i bushel of new Wheat- - special Benanit premium by K. lorminX rotera are hreby repealed, jo far ai the year 1S37 waB appsinte I to see that they were duly I ! embrace 10 00 Mills, ltlchmond therein. The total number of rotes elukea were put into so register sbill be the true number of cl'lzjna carried out. Ltr:e HitXK'S llORJKS. the hsuda of ait iuiprttal stakeholder entitled to role lor Uepresentatlre wlttia this 12. Best Stillioa liur years old and ever I P "u Euly in the mornu g ut tr.e appsicte Uay, btate, lor the parpoie o' asvortainini waetb-- r en-a IS. Best stallion tbriM yetrsold and nnUr four najorlty of all tne cltiz ni ol this state, 10'' a calf waa killed in tne pretence of cuuier-ciititled to Tote for Rpreseaatlre r te f jr l tlllag a II. Best Million two years oil and under at the tan convention for the purpose ol Tne akin w itnease amend!0 three 15. Best Stalllo n, mate or gtldlng, one year nery at noor; it waa properly tanned and ing or changing the Constitution 10 ih old and under two t t. Tbe said registration books shall be appro turned over to one of the woel skillful 10 00 that very prlately rulid and heided, so that they mvf, and 16. Best stallion under one year old . . handa of the spirited ehoeaiaker It Is hereby enacud th t the simeahill, be the poll 17. Best thorough-bremite and colt und-evening and uext morning it reappeared in books for recording the rotes for ant agalist(tbe one year old spiclal premium by Million A Foi, Livery and Sale Stable, the shape of a pair cf boots, which were calling of the constitutional cunrcntiou, and for 2vCO . Klcbmood W jrn by the mau who owned tbe calf that ascertaining tbe number ot rltlzms entitled to brood mire anl horse or mare colt the day before. So rote for Keprsfntatlre w tbla i he State. It shall IS. hid curried the skin uader oue year old -s- pecial premium by ol election to proThlst powder nevsr varies. A icarrol ol purlt), be thedtity of the said ofi-r- s many orders hive flacked in as a result cf pound to erery voter tho qttes Iia' ''Do you rote strcugth and wholraoui loss. Morn economical J. M. Cotton, dealer In Dry Goods, Nothan the oidlnarv kinds and can not t sole 10 to tions, Boots Shoes, Ac, Klrksrille . the wide publibily given to thia event, for calling a constitutional conreutl n or not?'' It companion with tbe mu.tltudeof low teat .short welgbt a uu or phosphate owdra. Soldonly la siDiLi. iioasna. auch Toter shall answer In the affirmative, his which veritably marks an epoch in tie l'.OYlLlUKIMI I'OVTDKa C, Cans. as Totln; I r sail conrca-tlo- n ID. Best Stallion fcur yars oil and over of the boot and shoe trade, that the came ahall bs recorded I W V, all Street. New York special premium bv Messrs. June A If such voter shall aniwjr In the negatlre, worthy manufacturer contemplatea erecting his S2J00 John B. Walker, P.ichuiond shall be record el as rotlng sgslnst said raine 0. Best Stallion three years oil and under imlauRh'.er house on the premises, together conreLtloa. ml I'such voter mikes no answer, . lour ieclal premium by Jack FreeHe deer7e every bla name shall be recordel or reg ttsrjl as not with a small And It aballbe tbe duty man, Groceries. Boo'.s and Shoe', UtchTotlugonsaldques'.lsn. Mall Gazitte. f:iccc69.-P- U 10CV mond cf the officers holding tbo election at each rotlng ALEX.S. 1'AXTON, I'ltES. place In the State to certify the total number ol 21. Best Stallion two years old and under Mother. premium by W. B. registered, and the number Toting for callthree Next setsion will on Lord McCauley pays the following beau, rotera ing a constitutional convention, and to make out Wnlte. Fine Clothing and Gent's t'tful tribute to hia mother: 10.C) Goods, ltlchmond a duplicate certificate showing said facta. Tbe 1st "Caildren, look in thoee ejtr, listen to registration book aball be by tbem Immediately 2!. Best Stallion. Mare or Gelding one year old and udder two special premium by feeling of even sent, at the expense ol the Commonwealth, by Instruction thorough, anJ discipline kind, but that dear voici; notice the firm. Graduate on tour dWereni courses arrangSecretary of State at Frankfort, KenW. W. Plgg, and Livery stable, Iiarj:u nl twi) nIi it vo on luintl Ilu 1'uriiJ a single touch that is beatowed upon you mall, to tbe ed to capacities of girls. OfTars 10.00 specialault the tastes aud Richmond riulurtaUajr'N i.'otul-tucky, and the duplicate certificate attached to prlvt'M will hu hn loti jim attractions In the Deuirtxenls ol Art and Cure by that handl Make much of it while yet tbe tbe for the election of Mate oScers, 23. Best Stallion uoder one year olJ speKomlH Music, fiend for catalogue. Jfo.-t- f In Uic Hllen. mo you have that moat precious of all good and return therewith as now directed by law. cial premium by Cobb A Whltiock, Hill be comliu'tMl , tliu Iomcmi. Drugs, Groceries and Hardware, Kirks-vlll- e gifty, a loving mother Rad the unfathS, The Secretary of State In o.Uce at tin conLOUIS SCIIIiKfa'CIi, 10.00 omable love of thoae eyes; the kind anxie- vening ot the General Assembly next after the BOOCAWaY SIM. Tbs Best election In August, 1337, shall, Immediately upon ty of that touch and look, however slight the organizitlonoleame, transmit to each Uouse a 2 Best Mare or Gelding -- spectil premium have atatement, prepared by blm from the aald Waterproof your pain. In after life you miy by Stockton A Willis. Drugiistr, Paints n ltlCII)IJM. KMTICKI .. .. Oils, etc, ltlchmond J15.C0 friendn, but never will you have again the showing how many rotes and Coat, SADDLK r.I.IH' Photographi in all styles and sizos. " . inexpressible love and gentleness lay Yaed were at the said elect'on cast In liror of said con -- . . . "4 .T. fiii ruii'ifi nrn k. 25. Fastcet and best pacer or raeker special . J 1 lb5nl-- slorni. T Ii p,, MM( :.(.tHKIK , . r . I. i upon you which none but a imther bestow. vention, and the totl cumber cf roters register...U I ill UM Til.1 CvYV' Inrtnl-- s Pictures in India Ink. Crayon and n .J. I 1 w ,1 3. 1J,V AShl UU a11 premium by J. C. Lyter. Gent's Furrotlng tor or against or not at I, O lracni t struggles with the ed, whether shall ba tnide up by counties. all. Often do I sigh in the Water Colors. nishing Goods and Merchant Tailoring, He The report P.lchn'ond ... 810.00 hard, uncaring world for the sweet, deep aball retain tbe registration books for the use of, New ds in la 1 riai.ii a it Mil, ,at rerjr low KaSCV TCBNOl'T. security I felt wheD, of an evening, nest examination and Inspection ol the uext General Prlcei. liOI-l'.'C Fanciest Turnout special premium by ling in ber boiom I listened to some quiet Asembly. CrookeASon Dry Goods and Merchant be tbe duty of tha whoso I G. UI. si , llirilMUMl Kt tale, suitable to my age, read in her untir- duty ItIt shalllaw to compare and ce otlhors tlO.OG Tailoring, ltlchmond is by tlfy tho rotes Beat horse for General Utllltr, regarding voice Never can I forget her sweet lor state oScera, to mako out Irom the certificates AND less ol sex special premium by J. W, a ns glai.ee) caat upon me when I appeared returned with the State election , F r a Table Wllmore, Druis, Hardware and Gro! peace at night. above provided, and at tha time they certify tho of tisleep; never her t II Anucieauar. i wtii Mrnli it10 CO ceries, Klrkarllle rotes for State officers, a certificate by rotlng bainasuperi , (. miiiii rr.m a Yeara have paaed awsy uince we laid tur ii Best boy rider under It yours old Having rcnUxl tho stable on Depot street, I am dij- t.' "" showing tho total number if rotes registerplaces, prepared to train and break horses on reasonable beside my father in tbe old churchyard; ed aud the number rating ttr calling a constiturremluni by G. W. Picked, dealer terms. County Court day trade solicited, InSaldlis, Hirness etc., ltlchmond, a yet still her voice whi'pera from the grav. tional convention, and to senl the certificate to JOIIX II. f.VI lll'KSTEIl, toy's sallle, worth ... 10.00 SE btanlotd. Kt. and her eyes watch over me, aa I viit the Secretary ol State; and If tbe reglitra'.ltn book 15, tUR.vms rcivr,; spota long since hallowed to the memory of provided lor above shall, aa to any voting place, Z'J I'astest LO f UOfV, ICY. SUllloti, Mire or OoMlog one be lost, destroyed or not returned, thin tbe Heore-tar- y my mother. rear old and under two, to be led or . U. UILKY, Proprietor ol State, In Miking the report to ths Oener-a- i driven five tlnns aroun 1 tbe ring, apoAssembly, shall uso the Information In tbe cer ! The Pr.oni.EM or Falling Ik Love dal premium by B. II. I'eale, I'.lct- sb& mill Tluirnnlil.v It is difficult to say what it is thatenchauts tificate as to any auc'i district or preclact, and he HTUT A MJrt 20 00 LicnJ rirm.,i TOT1ll aball, moreover, use tliac.'rlflcate to show that he As Trustee under deed of Trust exicutel tome niniir.1 a young man's fancy, what particular atby J A MooreAf'j 30, Eest Mare or Gelding aoy WW f Kings Mountain blatlon, anil ri"si)in,ll. prlri- - litis ini.l aslaclsf has or hai not the registration hoik lor each votV In trust lor tho bcnehtol their creditor, I will traction, what "touch of tbe hand, turn of ing place In each county nkmjl in sail certltl- pe- Itj nilli I'tirliTi of llil-- . HBHEnsSBelaTHBsBHBMMHB epeed and durability coniMered liilnmtri' BITCH AS clal premium by Wllkle ioitilitr llouoi. Sleet, Live the hoad," bscauae tne observer H aiwiva cote. OX WKDXCSDAr, 18T11, 1SS7, .Stock Coinm'stlon Men, Cincinnati, O , 5)10 I 7. It iL.V.l bo the duty of tha Secretary of Qfiiiipreaacil lesa surprised that such feeble more or rrcRiilar At Ibe business houso of J. A Mire A Co., at tOciwUyaml State, after adjiurnoient ol this General AssemKings Mountain Station, Clnc'nnatl charms should effect such large outl e n It, bly, to make out the form of a registration book It., nr,r at public auction to thj nlghait bidler One would say that it cannot be invariably and certificates to be made and used as herein Sll'tKSbeauty that decides, if beauty had not 2s provided, and to lurnish tbe same to the I'ubllc 1st, The stock of Merchandise and years oil orer yrJBBs Ik- - sf laiiiHiiiiiOy Fritter forthwith, and It shall be tho duty of said SI. lUtl Horse Mule two year old and un- 110.00 Drugs, which was conyeyed to mo tnsnv definitions at religion or love, or and 32: Uest Horse Mule one ii imrn iinrmB tne iua.m.k or I.irn. creat Public Pi Inter to make up and bind In the usual aafferlnc and dnnr n ill be aolcln ty-Hby J. A. Mooro & Co. by the deed of f. e there would be no lovely spinster; it can form one 10.00 der two boolCJlEsaauE to Womx," mailed free registration book,wlth a certificate there10.10 trnst. not ba intellect, or we sbou'd meet no on for each voting place In tbe State; also tho dupli- 33. Beat Horse Mule undor one ) ear old ltaat-UTolluADnriu Co., Atlanta, Oa. 2nd, Abont 77 acres of land, with inane married women; it camot bj alwaja cate certificate and the county certificate, and 31, Mare Mule twj fairs oil anl orer ..r.. 10.00 35. Best Mare Muleone year and under two 10. 00 amiability, or we would see no vixen pre send tho same to the aereral ahciiiTs, who shall 36. Beat Mare Mule under one year old moderate improvements, lying in 10.00 aiding over household; nor social position, aee that they are dollrerod and used at the variPnlaski County, 2 2 miles east of SADDLK 1IJR1K3; ous voting placeaas herein nxjulred. 37. Best aaddle Mare or gelding four yoara or there would bs no misalliance; nor mon Science Hill, on the Cincinnati I 8. That any otllcer falling to do or perform STANFOR-Oold aud over special premium by IV). i Southern H. R. ej, or all the penniless young maidens any of tbe acta or duties enjoined upon blm by gan A Brewer, Fancy Dry OooJa, Boots, would bo left to single blessedneaa. A young tbe tbird, fourth, filth, alxth and seventh secTEKMS.-T- he personalty will be aold lu bulk-- en 520.00 Unites, Hats and Clothing, Lancaster E. U. a credit of 30 day with good aeturlty. The fancy, to be sure, like everybody's, tions ol this act, shall bs subject to a fine ol five 33. Beat Saddle Mara or (ieidlng three realeatate will be sold for ball cash aid balaace hundred dollars (J 500), to be recovered by indictpreyeara old and under lour special In 30 days, note with good security. ii much itfluenced by propiLqultj; it is Deed will ment of any grandjury in any court having Juris be made when terms are complied with. mium by K. W. Llllard, "Lancaster the woman of whom he sees the most, with diction thereof, ana aball, upon conviction thereAddreae all communications to me at Huston-villftluuiCci,! ii. Druggist," Taints, Chemicals, etc., Lincoln County, Kt. whom he is intimate enough to diicover of, be removed from office by tbe court In which 10.00 Lancaster HiRh J KIHVAM AI.COHX, 211. t d 'the attractions that are often overlooked aald conviction la had. 39; Beat Saddle Mare or Qeldlng two yeira Trustee for J. A. Moore A Co. AND I 9. That It aball be tbe duty ol tbe Hetretary old and under three special premium 4 other friends, who appeals to him; but IN Its Proprietor it Dcteraaioec 4 of Btaie to have tbla act advertised In one weekly by Oreen A Farrls, dealers In Boots, Shall be tiecond o rfmooJfS nUmber with whom he is equally newspaper In each county of tbla Commonwealth, Hhoes, Hats, Caps, and Gent's FurnishI have secured the servlii-r, if a Hotel in thefltat w Km. aud prxi iu turn out nine done up only 10.00 intimate, how doea it happen that he selects wherein there la auch paper published, for four ing Goods, ltlchmond Appointmrmtr, ur in tbo hhrbest Htsle of the TnliS'iilal Art. it .t' especially and finds in her all the poe-tr- weeks, and In one of the daily papers of the tlty 17. Best Saddle Mare or Oeldlnj one year ! one shop la ciutrails Ihi-I- , ilmir to w,rn's tion to of Louisville lor thirty daya Immediately proceedold and under two special premium by A Mencfro's f im prepu'e-- l I tli the ' banis'1 aud music of bis life? -- Harper's B- - ing the election, and In erery county aald Secrethlit iQMI MILL UK l'AID FOB ol youuK ladlIn r mauiw lull; enticing. A Livery Stable C. Hunley, Sale and call from Ixjili m Indies and uilviiien uf d tary ahall tause to ba posted at tbe e 10.00 ltlchmond and th public xnii'rHlly very reipectfully Ila), ( at -, , r ARBUCKLES' COFFEE WRAPPERS, g form, 41. Best Saddle Mara under one year oil The mother' love is the first and abaorb-in- door a copy of this act, prlntel In band-bifre of pi- - i aoiicueu. ii lil.MJ. r n1 , for at least lour consecutive weeks betora auch In f'lnnierrlnl ) suoclal premium by J. B, Walker A Bro. II, delight, blunting all other sensibilities; f(l -- ' election. snpf-.e- ' Premium, Sl.000.00 Dry Goods, Orocerlee, Drugs, Farming w w tutlr Mmai-n- J it is an expansion of the animal existence; 10. It shall bo tbo duty ol the Public Printer 2 Promiums, S500.00 oach yogrt. tili.l-- .. itmttt Harness, Saddles, etc., Implemeuta, known lousf ii;jnnnhra 6 Premiums, S250.00 " it enlarges the Imagined range for self to to print ten thousand copies of this act upon a 10.00 Klrkavllio anl c,li. Weluro toll rami I, r. - I ' If pit lo v years it cin only con- separate aheet of paper and deliver them to tbe 41 Best Brood Mare and 25 Premiums, 3100.00 " JJVbiiuanliM pre move in; but In after ' '. atlf.snlln twy .lu V sauMfllruur. Secretary of State, who aball forward tho aame to 100 Premiums, l.aglvtn fctl,r..lLn. inium by J, B. Carter, dealer in Lumbe joy on the same terms is other tinue to ii Km MrjsDibttis tbe county clerks ol the various counties in this S 20.00 200 Premiums, Alcatt .L I.t.W, D.C0 ber and General Merchardlse N, by much sup love-t- hat long-livCatai:tlCs. State in auch numbers as to provide at least two 4). Best Walking Mare or Oel Hog any age 1,000 Premiums, S10.00 it 'IU lluJun.N. Y oa power of llvinz in the coplea thereof for each otln precinct; raid clerka u preeeion of self, and special premium (in uoldl.by Cltleeos sou C'lrcu-U- t For full pxirtlctilaMnu I SUJhsT'rvjgUtw ball Je.lvtrtSf lac e to the aberltli or other ther -f- Oeorge FJiot. 20,00 In National Bans, LaLcaster douihI rf ArtnucxLEs' 'farm experience f a i.oo. riu 1. a Bjstou clergy, the "old fnahioned way of making love ha pMed away with our Utbeis." In behalf of the youne peop'e of this generf tlon, we return thanks for thi ble'ain. The old fashioned way of making love, aa w underhand It, taunt hate been a dreary affair. A nun bepan, If we ctch the rat, by waking love to his fatner in law, whom Ian, whom he be hited, and hi mother-ifeared. He culled bis sweetheart greatly "Respected mi," and ouce in a while be got a chance to touch her finger tips icily in a dance a be teetered paat her like a in such manner of joint-c- a etork en atill', grace and frosty merriment, children, did your urandeirea tUnce (pronounced Horace dawnca.) Andfjrll tnU-w- hat Greely would call "Arctic circle of frigidity" tny 0n, your prandfslber loved your grandmother doft and fragrant be the "old fashioned rosea" that blcom above her no bMtr. I wot, thin you do the girl and corn you leed on indigestible ic cream, while yen fill her earn eUich vritrt the mo-- t idiotic chatter ihii ei-- r drove a I'eucible mm mad, Oj I Out with you! OjI of my nieh'. and luarin,! By Venua' tfiove, if ever ag'iin I hear you U k to a girl a I uveiheird you isik to Kilty limnigiit, I'll brain you with armethin; eoft, if I know where to h.tyou. Afttr a'l way il tut be that our fathere neie cot tuch half baked foola i their on. I will read over a lew ol my own old love letters and eee -- TBurdelt in Brooklyn Eile "Aiaj," mournfully exclnluja flcera acting In the place thereol; and It ahalt be tho duty ol auch aherlfl or otheroftlccr to post ono 41. -- LV ACT for taking the sane of the good pco copy of laid act at each voting place and another )lc of (Mi Commonwealth as to the necessity copy at aomo other aultabio public place In eaid precinct four weeks prior to tbe election. Any 15. and expediency of calling a Co'iientlon to offlcer falling to dlschalge the duties prescribed in amend the Constitution, and to proiide for this aeotlon ol this act ehall be fined for each and ascertaining the number of cilitens entitled to every failure twenty dollars, to ba recovered In id. CHAPTER 12 Vbtefor Representative within this State; has pointed out tbo of amending the Couitltutloa and the expediency of calling a convention lor that purpose; therefore, Be U tnaeiti by the General AutiiMy of the Wiikrius, Experience any court having Jurisdiction thereof. 2 It. This act aball take efiect and be In force front and alter lta passage. Approved swmrsTawKS saddlk kimh: Beat Saddle Stallion any ago apeclal premium (In Gold) by Flrat National Bank, ltlchmond j:ooo Best Saddle Mare or Gelding any age special premium by W. M. tiulley. Agent for Plant A Mark, Cincinnati, O: 2S.0O Beat Harneea Maro or Gelding four years old and ovcr-sp- lal premium by "WALL AT PAPER, .X 'A WALL PAPER, January 13, 1SS6. EIGHTH EXHIBITION OF e Kentucky The KIRKSVILLE PAIR fr -- aec-tls- n OFFICBES: 8 ipjRisa? e jdjtt. Klnnaird Brothers, General Insurance Agents, Lancaster, Accident, Tornado, Life and Fire Insurance They represent eight fire cooipiutea with total assets of sevonty-fiv- a million dollars. Lightning clausta attached to firo policies without additional charge. All honest losses settled promptly aud without discount 20.00 17. Best Harness Mare or Gelding throe years old and under four special pre- VI mlumby Wiggins A llrcck, Hardware, and Farming lmplemonta, lllehmond 1S.00 13. Best harness Mare or Gelding two years old and under three special premium by Shackelford, Gentry A Co., Hardware and Farming Implements, etc, ltlchmond 10.00 i). Best Harness Mare under one year old 10.00 SO. Best Combined Saddle aud Harness Mare or Gelding any age SO.W) M. Best Harness Stallion of any speed, durability consldxrel special premium by Green A Ilmbry, Live Stock Commission Men, Cincinnati.. .. .. 50.00 age-st- yle, WALL PAPER, M'ROBEKTS& STAGG'S A SL WBOSIt -- PHARMACIST, -- Stationery and rauuv uuica. j" 1S.1' . fr -- home-nud- 1 JEWELER. ','V Vr,a. ;w'' , 3WiMff x 1 olU-ca- etJ-A- m8&B&m& m a-- home-mad- e Wall Paper, poll-boo- Furniture. i Cases, Caskets, Robes, Stanford. S, 1 6 tip Full.'and Comploto Stock of tho above and prices as low as tho lowest. W B. K. WEAKEN, -- 1 a AKIN nNnEsTv- r POWDE FURNITURE STOKE MACK MrFJFJIAN, Vropriefoi. B-- Absolutely Pure. in-na- ls cow-shed- Stanford Female College. 1B0ffm ami ly fan Io bought lt5 (hat I hI1 louor lliaii a St iBB. g Thursday, the of September vUI anil . poll-boo- k or ltcl hhU a irlal anil ion lJIOTOGKAlIIEK, regie-tratlo- poll-bati- pli il -- SLICKER.. ...., ld,l ,. -l WILLIS HOUSE. Livery, Training, Feed, J. B. WILLIS, Proprietor. es iYn ADFIELDS Hfttr i kn SALE STABLE sl 0-- TABCSOV O VH Itt-fu- mllATOR a specific roit luijiiuJjiJ X or PUBEavIC iiALE r HFI ltcii'ntril u.r...svit.i age-st- yle, ir. Ill UlUiill I Otjfl i Jl'U mull. Painful I SECOND TUY. - f MENSTRUATION n 1-- MYERS HOTKL . BORNiUD.'. "ropr .u a, YOUR ATTENTION HOLICITEI). tirst-claHar-be- This Old aud Woli Hotol Still it vu.ia,. ei PI i 'M Rop:r?i.tiu y $25,000.00 IN GOLD 1 noo'in' i- o xr. - court-housll rtlan-for- ll.l, rt - Colt-spe- cial 1 1 ed I3lmj f'l 'I dln-ctlo- ol-- 1 iw ... $ M is Ii CZr J- -l tytmUm "w.-- ti ; att. Jrj'vJi a.