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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1887 sem1887071901 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. mmi Heelli imtefiaf until ii4k C A.V .. .x .afafi. & VOL. XVI. CURREN1 On Gen. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JULY COMMENT A LONDON, LAUREL COUNTY. 19, 1887. rillST ia.MAIi KXIIIIIITIOX OF NO. 247. HU5T0NVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. I'nbllnheil Turxfriu nntt Frtitav -- AT eVJ I'i:UANNUM,CA.HH. 11.50 will be and demanded. - unlerstooJU w.crMIt that W. P. WALTONTraitors There ore, it appius, a n hhJ many Tral-toIn tl.e country niter nil 1'uliiii.lnin and editor, 'or in.tanco, who nt jp At m ex reuiM of viMintion anil foil llnst;le to iinni Hie ijovernuiet't under which ttit live i'llu ontsmpt, ami to in , hate and c.le the.r ciuulrr to (laWns-foiiby mch a course they etrife, aiuiply bectue think that they can advance the inters!, ol a p.ultt il ir )lmctl puiy, are undeniably r. Trailer' Member, of a military ortiinti&n, or ofatsv other oraniition, who, bectme the Kjvernuient in not cinducted aolelv in their i'ilere, pllt their luuc in their howl for the Luul of the President, are Traltore. Thli wh le crowd N breithin and uric II they ing Tiriton and aMa.swatiou exciting otae hair.brain. hould succeed in ed fantlic to do their murderim work for them tht-- w.iuld very one of them be a. (tuilly .indcr the law a. npplied to the wm, and I tile; tntrchi.tn, si Ouit-a- ti should b hung on the mn kibbet tbil Cotirier- .trr'cfced hi infamous nrct. v Jjjrul Don't Drink in Hot Weather. why do people drink beer on In the third or fourth course a hoi J.) of btth. you know, when your re a open tint one c.n look Inside pore and fee your concunce at work, the attend. n band you a jtlnaa of oold water, sod as.juickly ai you aw.llow it it run B.'ht'by. rrkih your .kin The ame with as run .wallow it It run. out your underthirl, and the latter and delude If end jI that man U worethan the fi.-one wanla to keep cool and to keep Irom being thir'ty the only course I 10 drink Siick a lemon, chew a colUr nothing button, bile at a teething ring, but don't Fnat i why o many women are drink .oojI an hot day It 1. provokmir. when degree, in lhehde, the temper stnre i. to taik to a woman who i a. cool acd fr"th a. an ice che.l while you are vainly trying to item the tide of erpIrallon that ebb and rtow on your ooce white roll r Don't drink and you won't perspire out tbro'ikli beer 'l el lhe annual consumption of feather in thi. country for bedding purpose, amount pound, or 175 csr loads. To to ov0 furni.h this .1,000,000 healthy in a year. mint gWe up their feathers Tnee geee f nnlhlog Ibexs downy pillow, and of eae, are to U found mainly in bed. .outhern Illlnoii, MiMOUrl, Arkan.a., Ten neee and Kentucky. The climate la cold enough to cause the feather to be tiae and ofl, and n)t too cold to make their care a matter of unprcthab'e labor to the f.rtner. Hiljw thii territory the feather nre (jullly and free from don Aboye, the cold win ter make geee farming unprofitable, for when the gooe can't thid food for herelf because of fret sn land and water, ahe ha to be led, and .he'll eat a. much corn a a iheep. Harper, who wrecked trie Kidaltly bmk haahidn history full of adTenture and crime. Oje ot bit first act. after growing up m to kill a man. Afterward he a gambler under an assumed name. He then went to Cincinnati and "on by hi crookod wa theatreet." Some ho he gained the con. filence of the director of the Fidelity bank. He -- em pufectly hardened and sleep, iu peace eyery ntt;hl in i.m coll, while hi Oimpanlon In mlery pacei the thor in misery. e republicanism. who i lo When "Colonel" fettle the diput? 'Colonel" Bradley eat" "Jim J jna" is aU'hority for hi charge that (lovernor Knott wrote General Buckner' epsech and Col. Jone sav Brad lev alone i reponible Honet people, and tpscially thoe whj read, know Col Jonestate truly and will administer the proper rebuke to Col. Bradley Mr. Pearl and Master Willis are visit ing at Junction City. Mi Mamie Con ger, Eit Berustadt. wa vMting Mi Lou la Northcott, this city Mr. aud Mr. J. A. Craft and Ma.ter Kobert are at Crab Or chard Spring. Dave Jackson, Louivilie, wa. here Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mr. K. (J. Ward and Ma.ter Karle have returned lo their home at Paint Lick. W. II illiam, who ha been in Louivil!e for aome time, has returned home. Prof, The Story of Three Ingenious toung Ladies. and Mr Ciagett nnd M later Argo are In We have ju.t heard, eay an exchange, a Cincinnati. Mr. Joh Weat, Lancaster, i tory cf three very ingeniou young ladle visiting in thi county Thegrtat an i onthat i out of the ordinary. Thee young ly Ei Oreen, of Louivill, i here. ladira are all about the ame age and air., The President and the Toughs. and, by a singular coincidence, were all lo President Cleveland pulveriz. Tuttle A be married about the ame time. They Co. In his letter lo the authorities of the were all ambitlou lo have .well wedding and .tunning outfit, but their pjre were St. Louis F.ir. It will never be in older for the northnot long enough for b)lh, and to pove the latter even wis a financial puzne which ern paper to denounce the South a intolgave them many a .leeplees night Finally erant and narrow minded after this epithey put their head together and hit upon sode. President Cleveland did hh duty in veloiag the a plan. To avoid any uoplea.ant poaalp hi clear, imperative duty among their mutual frienda and inevitable late peinion steal. For doing thi, he is companlnn, which i alway. odiju, they openly told he will be insulted and that hi decided to give up the bi wedding, but life will be In danger if he appears in the they would have the hangup outfit by city of St. Louis In pursuance of an invitaHis reply to the tough pooling their money. Xo. 1, who w to tion he accepted. be married tirt. wa to make a bargain who made these threat is calm, dignified with the dre maker to make any altera and unanswerable When President Hayc visited the South, lion deired iu the trouMeau after the wedding wm over, and tbe three were to go to- in 1S7S, be never heard an iuult from gether to select it, which they c id, and the Southern lip. He was received with deep dre was mide up in the very pink of and earnest courtesy everywhere. Thi too fuluoi, with point lace enough to exhaust in epile of the fact that tie Southern peo the .lock of a Worth, and bride No 1 wis pie knew that Mr. Hayes was not the rightmarried. The ceremony over, tbe trous-aea- u ful President of the United State, but wt mi lurnei over to No. - and she took fraudulently seated and that three Southern Slates had been the forced instruments it to the dre maker for .Iteration according lo contract, and in it .he ws married, of the fraud We can hardly conceive of circumstaoces after which the econd refitting wa done, nd again the brilliant outfit Mood before under which the blackguardism of Tuttle the uitiriaje altar aud a third bride was and bis Iowa associates would be tolerated the envy cf the few guest preent because in the South. It certainly could never of the goigeou bridal decoration How stand for one da; againt lhe President of wa the dre paid foi ' No. 1 paid half of this republic, no matter what bills he had signed or lef: unsigned Tuttle A Co area the bill becaii'e she had the firt wear, No bid for their sur;i shared lhe other half. No. 3 waa hard lot and it look - and willing to share as much a No. 'J, because, rounding that they were not 14 lelched though (he did not have tbe privilege of by cwifier and lighter method than the the .econd wear, she by mutual consent crushing blow dealt by Grover Cleveland' fearles hatid tht morning Atlanta kept lbs dre. of Cn-.titnllo- Buckners Refusal to Recognize Bradlty as a Gentleman. "Jim Jonea told me ao" will be fatal to Hradley'a political hope forerer -"- Owen, boro MriHenger. Such conduct, e ay, i unbecoming a gentleman, whether he he office or not, and Gen. iiuckner U right in refilling to hare anything to do with (be peron guilty of it. If Uradley want to play the role of a common blackguard, let him play it alone. . LouUrillo Time. Although we beliere that Hradley'a campaign method are not the mint agreeable in lhe world ami that he doo not alwny. derolc .ullhient time townrd acertaining the truth of the aerlion, wp do nut think that Cier. Iiuckner ha been etitliciently pro Toked to demand auch extreme measure. LouUville l'ott. We do not believe that any candidate in the Sin'e erer put himelf in a more humil ialirg pi.ilion Mr Bradiey admit that he ha given currency lo a mot erioil accusation against hi opponent, an accii'a-lio- n for which he w unwilling to Hume the reponsibility, which he did not dare openly to repudiate, yet for which he did to apologiie. not hare the manline Courier Journal. The refual of (ten. Huckner to meet Mr. Bradley in j int dicual(in, ahow thai lhe hero i on hi mettle. He ha treated Mr. Ilradley with duttnguinhed courte.y, acd he ha the rirfht to expict it in return. It will be regretteJ that it it wa not accord etl him; and all fair minded people willju lify him in the coure he ha puraued in re fuing a jalnt canta with Mr. Bradley. TDanTille Advocate. .et-kin- little child ot Mr. Lharlea Duber dltd of mealt a day or two ago. The wialher I almo.t as hot as Iiuckner and Jim Jone are making it for Brad ley. There ! not a democrat In Laurel county who even thinking of voting for Bill Bradley. CV'ar had hi Brutu, Blaine hi Bradley ha. hh Jim Jonea and other republican candidate might profit by their example Wd are badly in need of a little of the rain that thinned the burgio :imi drenched the burgoober. in Captain Kktu' beautiful 1 Bir-rhard, Thurd.y. L. V. Didge, the alleged "white" B.'rea 'colored" chool, a enwd of 'Ji by actntl count at tbe court houo here Frld iv, in the intereH -I- 'rof profenor in four mile toad, had his dwelling and moke-houburned last Wednesday, Furniture generally aved. Mr- -. Sam Miller, who u in delicate health, i apending hodi. time with her brother, Mr. Join Good Mis Ella Peyton is visiting relative here. Harry Hock-e- n Bubj Is spending ni summer vacation pleasantly at hi utd horae in this place. )je f the known of our citizsne ha returned from a viit to Miouri, pretty thoroughly diegu' ed with that State. I refer lo Archie Biiley, of color. Arch is b; no mean an ordinarr character. His virtue ure not iMich h would generally be considered ornamental or ueful to a cbris-tiar- ; but tbpu hi few vice are decidedly of a gentlemanly 'tamp. Wine, women and "old elw!(e"re the rock on which he has usually split nra protracted life voyage. Like all the B tile v family, he is possessed of considerable legal acumen, and a large share of .idminirtralive ability, which le illustrated in tho manner in which he secured hi return Fortune does not eeem to have smiled propitiously on him during his exile, and the problem for Arch to eolve w.s how should he win 'hi way back to Kentucky. Getting together the judge, clerk, alDrney and eherifl he said: "Gentle men, I am a stranger in a strange laud. My sands of life are running low and my financial sand have all run oul. I have a strong desire lo lay my bitiered body to rest amid familiar scene. Have you sympathy for the aged stranget .' Bjt, n this is a nltili-tariaage, take another view. Oje or the other of two tbingi tati't be done. Either furnish 'und to pay my way back to my waiting friends, or make immediate provis" ion for me in your county It is unnecessary lo add that the wisdom of the court grapsd the question The needed fund wa raised, tho ticket purchased and the aoerill courteously saw Arch safe aboard the train, and watched until it was fairly under way. Arch is not certain whether this la't attention was an evidence of kindly sympathy, or a suspicion that he might at the last moment decide to remain-i- n Missouri. e 11 Mr. Winter Wright, some from thi place on the L'bertr The Lincoln Co. Stock ASSOCIATION, To bo Hell On Fair WHEAT WANTED m.' JII.I j ! r S. Pott'' the Company, e aim & STANFORD ROLLER MILLS COMP ANY. '?.'!" ?.r"ch,n'e "heat Mill. will Roll Mnar of tha Sianlord Pa purchase WbMt. rtle. will call aad 211. at TKORSDAYi F.IDAY, JUIV 23 NEA It STANFORD, KY. 29, '37. MJXMNEUY. I.ui Jally oponiDg an eleuintllneof Sprlni Summer Millinery, Including nil bt Latest Novelties of the Season. Vick I'HKSiD!:.NT-Ueo- r;e Miller OUeii", W.J. Lyle, Boyle; Crlt DjtIs, lioyle; Joe Kmbree, MilAlso Notions, such ss Hsodkercblefj. Collars lion, WU l.i m lleazley, GarrarJ; J. W. F. Parier, ' i'u.t1'' lluc,1,D2' Corsm, Bustles, etc. Yo-- i wiiiflriilmeat the rooms lately vacated bv Pulaski; John W. Whip, Casey. nextiloorto the Myers House. I'uec tor-- i C. 1'.. limit, John . Lynn, I. if. TE I) VltliEH.l It. Bruce, Furreitus IteM, I. (I. We atberlorJ, Porter SanJl gf, Sam M. Oy.os, Thomas Hohlason. VJ', ARk. JAS. 1. OIVB SS, Will James. Norarr Piihllr O. II. MiKinnkv, tiec'j--; J. II. Bau.iiMA, Trtaiurer. Ciiiek Marshal T. D. Nevland. McRobsrti, Jobs H. Fikld Massii 341 Fifth Street, Kngleuiin, Jonn H. Hays, Dink Farmer. The I rauslDf.NT-- oixiciims. II. BAUOHMAN. S. sal IU AYRES& GIVENS, - AU-Ctu- rlie ATTORNEYS AT LAW, IjISO? OP IFiEaEiiyEITJILirS: 2S. 10.00 10.00 '. 00 10 00 LOUISVIITE, l'.jrm 3 atil . icy. (1 i, Crotnle Block i.;.y ) FIRST DAY, THURSDAY, n 1. Beat Bull under! years old ? 2. Best Bull 2 years old and over 3. lies t Cow under 2 years 4. Best Cow 2 Tears and over JKEStV cat ilk: 5. Best Cow under 2 jears, special premium bjOwslej- - A Craig, dealers lo Drr 5 Ooodi, Notions, Ac 0. Best Cow 2 Tears old and over 7. Beat Herd, 1 Bull and 3 Cows or Heifers Special premium by A. A. Warren dealer Id Orocerlos, F.ncr Wator 8ets, JS.O0, and Jlo added by the Association Horses for Uaruess Purposee: S S. Heat Bullion under 1 yearold V. BestSUUloa or OeMlng 1 and under z years 10. Best Stallion 2 and under 3 years 11. Beit Stallion 3 and under I years 12. Best Stallion t yoars and oror 13. Fancy -- iddle Mare or U.ldln; PEARSON & CLARK, Wholesale Grocers LEXINGTON, KY. IU &. 10.00 10 CO lt West Main Street. 203.m ! TAXES IS 00 10. CO 10. TAXES ! The New Revenue Law adds six per cent, to all Taxes unpsld by tbe first day of September and I will bare to collect It. So pleaso come forward and sett'e. T. V. SEW CASH, S. h. C 10. 10, 10. 13. NEWiOMB MOTET, MT, VERNON, KY. n This old and Hotel is still mala-Ulnlng its fine reputation. Charge, reasonable Special attention to the traveling public. 83I poor-houe.- 11. Best Walking Stallion, Mare or Gelding, Special Premium by J. . and J. It. Karris, Breeders of Fancy Saddle Horses, j. Horses for Saddle Puriosea, Style, Form and Action conaldered: Utst Mare or GeMIng 2 and under 3.... 510., -Bast Mare or Ueldlnj 3 and under I 10. Best Mare I years and over ) 110. Trotting Race on Track : 3 Minute class beat 2 In 3 Mile Heat . . JICo Vi to the first, J 23 to the second. Best Rockaw.T Msre or Geldlni Special premium by A. T. Nunnelley, d - ui Mt. Vernon, Ky. JMO. M. PE8KCCS. 13. 10. IT. IS. 19. B S MAS.T1N. BaODllEiD, Kv., May, 1J.37. Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many friends and customers ol be change in firm nam 10 MAKTIN at: PEKKIXS. The Hiate acre largtl apple orchard i. ciuuty, Kinaa. In lhe lTolted claimed by Fairmounl, in Laen-wjrt- h It contain 137 and U composed of 30,000 tree of the following varieties 70 acre of Winesap, J 10 acre, of Bca Dath, 70 acres of Miou ri I'ippin, 40 acrea of Genneta, S acre of CjoperN early and S acres of Malden'a Uluan. ThU year'a crop U eattmated at 4),00O buiheU. Mr. Fred Wellhouse U its Cllj Indicaowner and author.-Ka- nm tor. "Yoaug man, I aay to you, looking back to the fire where I lay ecorcbing, looking back at the past, and etanding aa I do now under the rch of tho bow, ono end of which end la dtrknea, and the other on the aunny elope of paradiae, I aay to you, bewara' Touch nut the accureed drink! and Ood forbid that you ehould erer aufler aa I have suffered, or be be called to fight aa I hare fought for body and for eoul." John C. Oough. Aa a middle aged lady waa descending a (light of etaira in a Wall street building he slipped and fell, A nice old gentleman who waa juit entering tSe hallwaji rushed to her a8iatance, and as he aaaiated her to her feet politely remarked: "Did you fall, Madam?" "Fall? Of coure I fell, yea old fool. You doa't euppoae I'd ait down here He didn't to roat, do you?'' ahe anapped. M. Depew. luppoied. aay wpv. he ht It is nol probable that prohibition will receive "00 vote in this county at the August election. The numbar I much more likely to fall be'ow than exceed thi. In prohibition will uf the fit.ito the ciu-eo- f la his race agaimt Tate, fer still more. He will Fox received about ;IO,000 vote be lucky if he get half that unmber for governor republican and denncr.a' alike refu.e to .urrendsr their aiH iaiioa for a principle which, however worthy in itself, la yet, as a political fact ir, impracticable and vialonary. Whenever the question of submitted to the voters of prohibition Barren c unly, regardle of politic, the issue and il reaull are entirely diflerent. There is no doubt that a majority of votera in Barren county favor prohibition, but they do not regard It a paramount to party Whateyer prohibition doe, it allegiance must do apart from politic. By local legislation, town, precinct and county vote, it ran accomp lah all the good claimed for it. Whenever it stand up in oppoailion (o ex isling political parties, it will be knocked Olaagow News. down and run over ! Every Editor Feels the Same Hay. A prominent newspaper publisher in thi city, who ha gained fame alo in tbe literary world, once told me that he considered it an atlrnnt for any one to say to him: "Now, don'l print tlii in your paper," in the course of any conversation held in his presence. I feel like echoing the eame opinion. Certain new is entirely legitimate, no matter where Heard or obtainedi but a newspaper m:it resp.viU private af- fair and personal feeling j 1st a much a any one else, if he i a mm of principle. To be thought dillerently of always remind me of tbe story of tbe musician and an eminent surgeon who met one evening at a so cial entertainment. Tne, surgenn said to the tnu'ical genius: "Of course you iiave brought your violin." "N , I have not," said the musician "B it are vou not going to play cr do something to add lo the entertainment of Mra Blank's guesti?" asked the surgeon. ''I have no thotwht of it," aald the violini', "but if you will cut off my leg I will play something " That musician wa a wte man, I i"i ti might omer-- ; il Ninety-eigyear ago lo day the Baa el an example to a go d man go id deal an would save ome petti wa destroyed after it had atood a montile Max E ioi n t! ion Herald ument to royal tyranny for centuries, Ila noyance. fall waa the beginning of a tidal wave of A scientist is repuiblt for the stale revolution that swept over Southern and uient that hair round the mouth impairs Central Europe, ingulfing the institution Hit say all great ora the mental f.cullie of age, and whose efiecti, benificent and tor, statesman, minister and lawyers wear destructive, will shape the destin!eof peo- a em oth face. Louisville ple for year yet to come. Drunkenneis or the Liquor Habit Foiltively Times, 1 1 h Cared by administering Dr. Balnea' Golden Specific. back-upoa life of nearly 50 Looking It rnu be nUenlu ncupof cofleeor tea withthe person year, I remember thoe who started with out the kimnlt'iluc ot ami will taking It la absolutely harmless effect a permame. All of those who were sober and in nent and speedy cure, whether tbe patient la a moderate drinker or nn alcoholic wreck. dustrlou and saved their money now own Tliotmnds ot drunkards bave been made tem(iolilen Speclllo their own household, but every one of perate men who bao taken Utiow ledge, Intbelrcoifee without their and those who drank is dead. If there Is one belluve they nult drinking of their own free will. IT NKVKIt KAILS. The system place In the world where drinking can not once Impregnated It la the Hpeclrtc It become Chauncey nn utter Impossibility for the liquor appetite to be permitted it is on a railway, exist. For full particulars, address (iOI.DKN' n 1 y New York servantgalism has taken a sur ;o. Liveryman pri-in- g turn. Some of that species, in adThorough-breHorses: vertising for situation, wind up their ap 20. Best Stallion under 2 years J10. peals with the information that they want 21. Best Stallion 2 and oter 10, 22. Best Mare under 2 years places in "adult families only." This, tak 13. . j., en in connection with the established prej 2 1. Best Mare 2 and over 21. Special Premium by S. 11. Baughtnan, udice entertained by landlords for families dealer In tborough-bred- s and Jack with children, lead the Herald lo remark, stock, suckling colt of either sox the get of any stallion, tbe season of 1635, to with great truth, that "it appears as if the Congregan . . man who attempt to rear sons and daugh25. Best combined Mare or Gelding 1 for tbe republic is being put under ban. ter IS. Best pair ol Horses or Marea regardless As a penalty for his ofiecse be may not find of sex, color or ownership 20, a roof to cover him nor a servant to prepare 27. Best Roadster Gelding 2J. his food. He and hi wife must accept SECOND DAY, JULY some ob'cure shelter, rejected by the honor Jack Stock. ed bachelor or the proud, childless couple, 23. Best Jack under 2 years t 10 and there, abhorred of landlords and boy 29. Best Jack, 2 years and orer ,.. 13 1Q co'.ted by 'help,' surreptitiously bring up 30. Beat Jeiinet utder 2 years 13 unhappy offspring" their Nashville 31. Best Jttinot, 2 years anl over Mu'es.' American 32. Best Uortv Mule under 2 years. $ 10 10 Perhaps the only instance on record S3, Best Hone Mule 2 years aud over 10 where a suit was ever filed against tbe Sa- 31. Beat Mire Mule under 2 years Best Mare Mule 2 years and of er to vior of the world occurred in Kansas. Be 30. Best Pair Mules shown in Harntst 10 tore the present city of St. John was eyer 37. Best Mare and Mule Colt either six 14 thought of, a small settlement of Mormons 33. Best Msre aud Horse Colt either mi.. ... 10 Horses for Saddlo Purposes. was made on its ile. The place waa called 3?. Best Stallion or Gelding 2 year, aad Z'.on'e valley. One Jacob Bitler built a under 3 .. J 10 Mormon church, which was deeded to to. Best Stallion, 3 years ami under 4 10 Jesus Corist. A lien was retained for the 41. Best Stallion 4 years and oter 10 42. Best Saddle Mare any age. 13 cost of construction, with the understand 13 ing that the member of the church would 43. Beat Saddle Slalllon any age Model Ring. This wa not done and the 41. Best Stallion, Mare or Gelding, Special il cf! piy grantor brought suit against the grantee, Premium by Hooker A Bright, Dealers In Groceries, Hardware, Ac obtained judgment nd eold the church for S!0 Trotting Race. tbe debt, all of which appeared on record. 13. 2:10 C:.iss on the track, best 2 In 3, mile 81W heats. First $73; second, 325 The Kev. Small, partner of Sam Jones, waa once called by the irreverent Henry 43. Sptclal Premium by Thsmas Robinson, Breeder of Trotters Beat Colt ot any Wateron, "a crank and the possessor of a age, tbe get ot his stallion for theseasin stomach with a thousand strings," In 25 of 1S33 Henry county the other day the Kev. 47, bpecial Premium by Metcalf A Foster Groceries. Hardware, Cillery, Ac Small paid there might be a thoueand or Fastest Gentlemen'sSaddle Horse, dash more string in his Hlomach, but he would 10 half mile stomach, rather have it than Henry' Harness Stock CoutlmieJ. J 10 "which, if it could be removed from the 13. But Mare Colt under 1 year 10 walls of hell, would cause the buzzard's of 4C1. test Mate, 1 year and under 2 A0. Best Mare, 2 years and under 3 to damnation to hold their noe, tlap their 31. Pest Mare, 3 years and under 4 10 wing and lly away." There are no tiles in 51, Best Mare, 4 years and over lo Brother Small, nor is there a string tied to 33. Special Premium br J. F. A J, It. Far- ris, Best Suckllug Colt, either sex, tbe Henry Watterson's stomach. 10 get of Sliver King the season of 1333 Ilinu Life In Daiccta. Among the 51. Best Fancy Mare or Gelding la Harness 13 Sweepstake. presents received by the young people were 55. Best Harneaa Stallion any age J 15. the following: 13 56, Beat U.rnesi Mare say age From groom to bride, one bull pup, one yaller dog, pair of water spaniels and a pure Toe new firm hopes, not only to sustain the reputation of theold, but intends to make many improvements in the manufacture ot tobacco whlca will be to tbe interest ol our customers. We will devote special attention to oar Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky, best leaf Thanking you for past favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, we remain, Respectfully your. S MAltTiS 4) 1'ERKISS. ssBBBsaVals lm.I.S.BL'HDETT, OCULIST. BRODHEAD, KY. Has had an experience ol over fifteen has successfully treated hundreis of cial attention is given to tbe treatment of tbe eye. Name and address cured given on application If desired. cases Speof all dis-easol patients 220-6- .years, 'and d Th Knaba, the famous Decker A bon, tbe popular and reliable Kreratt. Tha celebrated Clouga A Warren, anl the John Church A Co.'e f9?HS Any one desiring an elegant and durablo Instruments manuf.cturwl. Our ! sical Instrument will do well to examine our prices before purchasing. Wears agent, for tin n Joan Church A Cj., aud will warrant our Pianos for seven years, and our Organs '.or.5Te rea?' Tl18 Everett Piano and tbe Clough A Warren Orgtn are tbe best and most rellablu mu- cjnba.een at the postotllce In Stinfard, whers Miss Ilosn Richards will state prices, etc. Persons who have purchased thess instruments .1U "m."' l? l.lleIr durability and elegant finish. o will til Klrd to servo the public, and zuaran te satisfaction. Elder W. L Williams, of Hustonvllle. also represents the John Church A Co., and will be pleai-eto serve his friends. instrument, N.It.Jb L.J. COOK, Agents. BKFKBK.NCKS: John D. Carpenter, Hustonvllle; J. M. Elnnre, Stanlord. James Beailey, Sianlord; J. M. Philips, Stanford; A. It. Pennv, Stanforr; Mrs. FannU larra, Lancaster; Gen W.J. Lanlram, Lancaster; Lharlestandldge, Junction City; W. M. Payne, PreachersTllle: Mrs E M. Carpsntcr, Stanford: Mrs. M.ggls Holmee, CraO Orchard, O. T. Wal lace. I.anc4ster. 133 lyr L.&N. Louisville & Nashville E. R. TUB QBXAT meerschaum pipe with tobacco. From bride to groom, one good shot-gun- , one bowie-knifrill a and three dogs. From parents of bridegroom, one fiddle, one banjo, spotted pup and six pound of to PEEG: 15 THROUGH TRUNK LINE TO Footman Horse and Rider Vehicle and Driver Persons 10 years old and under Persona under 10 free MB-Se- I .50 TIIH . .50 - .50 25 SOUTH & WEST TTITU 3.00 Omnibus per day bacco. 3.00 From the Shotgun Club, of which lhe 2. Horse Omnibus or Hack for Catalogue, contanlng rule, and young couple were member, one English regulations and other information. mastiff and a pair of pi silver-mounted Pullman Palace Sleepers, Louisville AllllIltH, to NHDhvllle, tols. seldom that a young couple start out in life so well equipped for perfect hap pines, and Jack and Jule bave tbe best wishes of the office. Dakota Sunflower. 1 It DB. W. B. PENNY, JHeiupliltj, Stnniord, DENTIST, - - Kontuolcy a: Moiifgoiuery, Mobile aud New Orleans. Only one change to laJUIe Kotk. lBBBBBBBBBBBBK,kit5rVr-- ittafsppSv point. In Tfh.n IHby wu sick, we (are berCMtorta, When b u a Child, she cried for Castorl. When she became Miss, she clanj to CistorU, Whm she had Children, she are them Castori Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Seeking home, on the Una of this road will receivi special rates. Mrdee Agent, of thi Company lor rates, routus Ac, or write C. P. ATUORE, O. P. AT. A.. Louisville, Kr, SPECIFIC CO., 185 Race St., Cincinnati, O, oaceuary. Offke on Lancasur street, neat door to lata juok Journal omce. Office hours from 3 to 13 a. it, and 1 to 5 p. k. Anesthetics administered van -- - f-- -- r U&u iaILVwii r to loose a gooil horse one day last week. William Glenn, lending grocer of He had been hitched with a long rope is dead. which wound around his legs and finally Marion Miller, an aged and wealthy Jaly 10, 1887 Stanford, Ky., threw him, breaking his thigh. citizen of Jersaminr, is dead. Cap'. T. D. English sold at auc Jobn Thomas, rape, j ill, mob of 200, tion 5 shares of Boyle National Bank stock P. WALTON. W. dead negro, L'nion City, Tenn. to Vm. Yeager at $125; two shares of same Frederick Krupp, the great German to O. R Anderson at $187; five shares of steel gun manufacturer, is dead. Citizens National Bank stock to J. C. Kales DEMOCRATIC TICKET. M. E. Rogers was found dead in bed at at $170; five of same to J. G, Weisegar at Midway, having died of apoplexy. BOMVAll BUCK-NEF x GovKiNOR-SIM$170.10. E ghteen Iowa prohibitionists met at cl Hart County. Two colored woman, Georgianne Allen W. BIIYAN, Dei Moines and nominated a State ticket. Likctknant Oovmhor-JAM- KS and Georgianne Hoskins were before the of Kenton count y. Flux prevails at Harrodsburg almost police oourt on Saturday charged with usAttoinky OB.NKR1L P. V. HARDIN, ot in an epidemic form and is especially fatal Uemr county. ing violent and abusive langusge toward Acpiior-FAYET- TE HEWITT, of Hardin amorg children. each other. The court dismissed both decounty. decided Judge Koonan, of St. Louis, fendants upon payment of costs. Taausuasn-JAM- ES W. TATE, ot Woodford that playing baseball wan not a violation "Is it hoi enough for you?" Thee county. of the Sunday law. 8CrKMNTKKDKNT OF PUBLIC iNSTaUCTIO!. words were u'lered this morning by a A bursting iron mold, at the Union JOSEPH DE3HA PICKETT, of l"ylte county. young man named M. Chiles to Col, Matt A3 H. Steel Works, Cnicago, burned nine men Keoistkb or the Laxd Office-THO- M Smith, a bid man from Mercer county. county. weeks ago. COBBETT.ofMcCracken and three of them died. LKOtsLiTtiK-D- r. J. V. PETTUS, Utmln The jury in tbe contest of old Abe They bad scarcely passed his lips when the Judge R. E Cowan, Supreme Keeper unty. Colonel ele him and bulled bim at his of Records and Seals of the Knights of R;nulck's will at Winchester hung 10 to 2 expanse. The coroner' jury thought Pythias, died at his home in St. Louis from for the will and were discharged. Ocer on To FALL back on n friend and an innothe provocation justified the homicide and is involved, there were 120 wit$350,000 tumor. cent one at that, when caught In a fake accordingly acquitted the Colonel, A Wisconsin man who murdered his nesses examined and 30 lawyers eng'-zed- , hood, add; cowardice to the other crime wife 14 years ago, has just had it proved on including Blackburn, Carlisle, Liud'ay, Bettie C'ldwell was before County and drives the one guilty of tuch action hiin and he has been sentenced to life im- Bronston and other able advocites. Thore Judge Lee on Saturday, on a charge of from the pale of decent consideration. prisonment. Waiving who wish to break the will claim that his keeping n houe of Bach in Bradley' predicament, lie plainA young man in Marshall county was concubine had undue influence over the an examination, her bond was fixed at ly charged in hia speech here before he $100. Before she bad an opportunity to fined $50 for hugging his sweetheart (or testator. bad teen Jim Jones, that Gen. Buckner'a three minute without previously gaining give the bond, and her ability to do so was Ml. VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Lexington speech was written by Got. ber consent. very doubtful, the court, upon a suggestion Knott and grew very funny, he imagined, Prof. L. V. Dode spoke here on the from the county attorney, Increased tbe The Sons of Temperance, in convention in his rt feience to the ear marks, ''Procrus- at Boston, voted unanimously in favor of 14th to an audience of less than a dczen. bond, making it $150 The defendant has tean and Itburiel'a Spear" which left no a prohibition amendment to the Conetitu Mrs. Isaac Coffey is very low with not given the bond and is now in Jul. doubt in his mind of ils authorship. He lion of the United States. Miss Mary Duke has returned to her consumption and is expected to live but a home in D.tnvitle, after an nbenr had not seen or even heard from Jones ol short time. A lot of brutes took Mrs Anna Rogers then and his effort to ring that gentleman from ber home near Dunlapsville, Ind., T. T. Wallace, under the beguiling in about three years in Missouri. Rev. W. F into the disreputable business has miscar- stripped her of every stitch of clothing and fluence of the lightning rod man, has taken Taylor, of Covington, former pastor here, is on a visit to hi friends. ried by bis denial in a card over his eigna then tarred and feathered her. Squire W. H. to the road in that line of business. tare of being the author of the slander. Jop Thompson, the last man to leave Prewitt has returned from Cincinnati, A church in Trounedale county, Tenn , When Bradley entered the race for the was struck by lightning and the entire con Elkin's Woods, arrived here Sunday even- where he has been for three week waiting -governorship and hie party honored tim gregation worshiping at the time was pros- ing tired and footsore, with wool in his on his son, D. L Prewitt, who has been very ill of typhoid fever. Squire Prewitt with the nomination, his friends of the teeth and war in bis eye. trated, one woman being killed. political party sccordtd him the A little daughter of George Painter left him convalescent, but very weak. Rev. Fire broKe out in the St. Joseph Orcourtesies that are due to one occupying phan Asylum, New York, Friday night, was thrown from a horse and considerably David Fennessy, President cf St Mary's his position, but his canvass of doublo but the 200 sleeping children were rescued bruted up at Purcell school house, Sunday, College, is the tuest of Rjv, A. J. Brady. GAHRARO COUNTYiOEPARTMENT. dealing, chicanery and slander have dis- alive by Almost superhuman efforte. after the closing of the S S. Convention. gusted even his warmest supporters and Jim Dick Chandler and one of cur Lancaster. dutch-maG. H, Easel, the jolly Somerset driven awaj the respect entertained for The public school, taught by Prof. Eo who has been in business there for merchants have entered into an agreement him by his political enemies. The con- many years, has assigned, with liabilities of under a forfeit of a $35 suit of clothes Higgins, will begin on next Monday, Ju.y temptuous manner with which the grand 20,000, egainst estimated assets of $1,500. chargabie to the one who first "drinks and 23 th. old hero treated him at Grayson hut ex Terr Cotta made his friends feel good Billy West, the famous negro minstrel, bes merry." presses the ftelings of all unbiased men has married Miss Morris, of Camden, New N. 11. Tyree, agent at Paris, was here again Saturday, by winning the Finality tnd leaves Mr. Bradley in the most unen- Jersey, daughter of a late United States Saturday and Sunday. Mr. T. L. Med-calf- stakes at Chicago. T viable position b man was ever placed in. minister to Turkey, and an heiress in her acting agent at Pine Hill, naj called Commodore Grainger give parly to- ZF-ZRtTIthe canvass as an apparently own right. lie entered home to Parksville Thursday on account of night in honor of his visitors, Messrs. decent man; he will retire from it with his E H. Gaither bought Harrodsburg the sickness of bis wife. Miss Mattie May Faulkner and Drake, of Lexington. real character revealed and his true in- Springs, the government properly, which Adams and sister have returned from Now that the big barbecue is over, our wardness "diiclosed. people are talking about the heat and they sold at auction Friday for $19,001 cash. It Miss Cleo Williams has returned from have a right to do so, for it i as hot as it Tjie Monticello Signal is a newspaper, is reported that the purchase was for a Miss Katie Butner, of can well be just no. Crab we trust you will not allow it to eecupe Louisville syndicate. and Judge Pherigo resigned the office of Brodhead, is visiting this place. Mrs, W. Jim Lynch, the cowardly fiend who your memory. Its issue of the 14th conT. Brooks, of Paris, is visiting her parents police judge Saturday night and Col. M. tains a notice of the death of Senator Lo- called W. R. May to his door in Grayson Mississippi-D. Hughes was appointed by the city coun gan, which occurred last Christmas, along county and killed him with a heavy charge here. W. B. Crenshaw retured to Saturday. Mrs. M. C.Bragg is in cil in his stead. So It Is now Judge Hughes, with a picture of the deceased. It is a lit- of buckshot, has been brought to Louisville I thank youl Garrard. tle late, of course, to make the announce- to prevent his lynching. W. C. Wherritt and wife and Mrs. Sol The S. S. Convention held in a grove a negro, shot Will Wilson, Gid Cowan, ment, but as it has not had time and epsce being desirous of a, white boy, at Somerset, putting eight at Purcell on the 16th and 17th was large Leztnsky, Louisville, were at W. II. Wber-ritl'- s to do so before now, and Friday. . Mrs. J. P. Barbee and daugh publishing all the news, the effort should be buckshot into his body. They had had a ly attended and the exercises were entertaining and instructive. Tbe rain on Sun ter, of Dsnver, and Judge Sandifer and warmly appreciated. Which leads ui to re quarrel, and the negro got a gun and deday interferred with the proceedings at half wife, Ruwellville, are visiting the family of mark that you will pleaee never give that liberately laid for him. P. Sindifer, Eq, Judge Walker and Col. Reynolds, a prominent South Car- put eleven and not having sufficient shelter J. paper out. It may not give the news the Capt. M.Salter went to Richmond Saturfor the congregation they adjourned. same year it happens, but it will get there olinian, has just died, leaving his estate of Some of the citizsns in tbe western day. Major Erans and wife, of tne Col$000,000 to his colored concubine, by whom all the same, and don't you forget it. lege, went to Harrodsburg Saturday. he had a number of children, and the will part of tbe county say that electioneering JLT-- White, J. Henderson Brown, Major for Fox is being carried on In soms of the speaker has so far honor- has created quite a sensation. No democratic Sunday-school- s by both men and women Joe Tarkinirton and Cipt Henry Hnnkla, ed Lincoln with his presence, but we have Tbe General Council of Louisville JtmesI Hamilton, an abiding faith that the old county will adopted a resolution inviting the President speakers, and request us to say that in their were at tbe btrbacue do her duty en election day and giva our to visit that city October 4, on the occasion visit to a school a week since, had they John Johnion, Stmuel Joseph and others ticket the usual majority. She will if those of the session of the Industrial and Com known a political speech was to have ben went from here to the camp meeting at who have heretofore acted with the demo- mercial Conference to be held there at that delivered, they would have brought spak High Bridge Sjnday. Did Cowan was in the city Saturday. Mr. Osren Ellii hat ac era along for Bradley and Buckner. crats will stick to the party and not allow time cepted a position as clerk at tbe Gilcher Tbe British Com mission appointed to Married, in Ztnesville, O., at the Kir themselves to be led off on a moral idea, which has no place in politics. But few investigate Pasteur's method of protection Hotel, on Thursday, July 7lh, Mr. Harry louse, Dinville. Prof J. M. Harbinson for his homein Bjyle, yesterday. He republicans will be caught with such chaff. against rabies report that his discovery is M. Miller to Miso Anna Evans. Mr Mil oomparable with that protection which ler is a son of M. J. Miller, the oldest rns here to open his school September Let the democratic birds be equally as vaccination afford against infection from merchant of this place, and his wife a 5th. wise. small pox. RELIGIOUS. daughter of Cnpt. A. If. Evans, formerly of Senator John D, Harris, who has conJacob Sharp, the man who bribed the Ohio, now a citizsn of this county. The ducted himself in an admirable manner New York Tne High Bridge Camp .Meeting is in aldermen to obtain street-c- ar young people met with no objection from full since his defeat fortbe gubernatorial nomiblast and the Cincinnati Southern will franchises of great value, has been sentenc- either family as far as we can learn, but IB "ST- nation, introduced Gen. Buckner at Rich- ed to four years in Sing Sing and to pay a meant, aftes having the csremony perform- take you there atone fare for the round-tr- ip mond Saturday in a way that filled the old fine of $5,000 He is 70 years old and in ed during a visit of the young lady to hero with gratitude. As Senator Blackburn feeble Fire in tin plate department of Hamhealth. Zineaville, to keep it a secret for a short remarked at the Garrard barbecue, every, mond & Sons' iron works at Pittsburg Sun The democrats of Fayette county will time, but the matter leaked out, as such body will be for Harris for governor four give a barbecue at Brier Hill, near the things often will within a day. Tne couple day evening destroyed properly valued at years from now. $150,000. Bryant's Station Fort, four and a half will return to this place next month. An interesting letter from Mr. Barnes Carlisle, which has had local option miles from Lexington, next Wednesday. Gilbert Coffey, the man who was shot was r'ceived too late for this issue He is Messrs. Carlisle, Beck, Blackburn and is to vote again on the quesfor two years, last week, Is still living and may probibly at Rugby, Tenn , and will likely go from tion in August. Editor Keller says that Breckinridge will be the speakers. pull through. Saturday morning the doc JOE F. WATEB8 JOHN P DAVIS there to Cumberland Falls. Oharles Growe, a wealthy citizsn of there has been a decided improvement In tor shaved him up and probed the wound Eld. J. G. Livingston has been down the morals of tbe town since whisky was Cincinnati, hanged himself with the eleva. and found that tbe ball bad entered the voted out and that he is for letting the tor rope in a furniture factory owned by loner put of his chin, ranging upward, with a fever for seyeral weeks, which aclaw eland as it is for another two years at himself. While worth $30,000, be had an knocked out two teeth and passed out counts for his failure to meet his appointidea that he would become poverty strick- through bis upper lip. Tbe bullet wound ments. He is convalescing now and ex least. peels to be able to work in about three en and it is thought this hallucination un- is not so bad ai his other injuries. Cjfley weeks. The poor women who are afllicted with balanced his mind. Doalora In says that after he wis shot he raa about 33 only one baby this torrid weather can conSam Jones made a flat failuie at New The envelope manufacturers of New yards and fell, when two more shots were note themselves with tbe thought that it York and New England have entered into Gred at him by the Wards and they jumped Castle He seems to have about run ont e, might be worse. Look for instance at the his day of grotesque pulpit buffoonery, a combination, called tbe Standard Envelupon him with their heavy bjota and Indiana woman, Mrs. James Kinney. She ope Company, to raise the price of their stamped, kicked and pounded him until Ho said to tbe people of Henry county, at has just given birth to four and is "doing least to the few who came to hear him, products, which they claim have been so they thought he was iletd. Cjffey has as well aa could be expected, thank you." "The people here have disappointed me, low for several years that there was little great bruises on his sides and breast and and I intend to tell you thtt, as far as any Flanioan, whose famous inquiry at the profit in tbe business. the back part of bis head was pounded al- good the Lord is likely to receive, you are A New York paper says that the at the Chicago republican convention, most to a jelly. The pallet of his mouth "What ate we here for if not for t be offi Knights of Labor have lost 400,000 mem- was found to b) down and after performing not worth bell room." Louisville Demo- Our stock is comprehensive and brand new and prices suit even the closest of close buyers. Come to see us early and often. crat. cet?" is stumping Texas for prohibition, ev bers during tbe past 14 mcnlbs and that an operation on it the doctor says there is - tbe diasolution idently imagining that the road to tbe covof the order Is eminent. The President and Mrs. Cleveland are a chance of his recoyery. The Wards have The American Federation of Labor now not been apprehended. tttad offices lies in that direction, expected to be in St, Louis October 2. numbers oyer 500,000 men, or as After meeting Gen. Buckner After numerous efforts to get a candi- tbe knights and ! rapidly growing.many as OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT T. has conclude! that it wasn't as date or tbe legislature, tbe Lexington pro An excursion train on the Grand No marriage license has been iesned by much fun s he thought. fOveniboro Iniiibitionists have secured Willian Van Pelt, Trunk Railway ran into a freight train of the county clerk since the 221 day of May, quirer. it lepublicin, who has agreed to stay with oil care on tbe Michigan Central, at a crossTerra Cotta beat Hindoo Rose at Chicatill the last day io the afternoon then Fred Douglass recently said in Paris. "I ing at St. Thomas, Oat. The oil took fire go Saturday evening. Time 2:41 J The nave iraveioa mrougn most 01 the conn-trie- s DUALM in- Intense heat prevails all over the coun- and enveloped one of the cars of the pas- Stake was worth $2,700. Only thee two of Ejrope, and whenever I am in tbe try and people are dying from sunstroke by senger train. At 9;30 Friday evening, nine horses ran. lP'.VvT- - -i cars, in the theaters, in the ball-rooanyVLL?Jli?Of2 Drugs, Books, Stationery and the hundredi Nine died in Louisville bodies, burned to a crisp, had been taken Mr. W. 8. Holman, of Athene, Ga., is where in fact, I find that I am treated ai qui-- r aui;y i uoioo. nd 15 in Cincinnati Sunday, and the rec- from tbe wreck. town. He is a prominent stock dealer iu wats with courtesy, and not rarely with A London special says that Mrs. Frank and this time is looking for enough good ord in other cities is more alarming. distinguished consideration, As far as I fhvilcisnt' pTfuciiptlona accurately compounded Leslie has declined an offer of marriage a carload, jiii The teltgraph bring the rad intelligence from Pxicce Eriitoff, and the Prince has mules to make court thh morning the can see a man is judged over here without In the county wife of the President is havany regard to the color of hie hair, his eves that the pretty left London without challenging the Mar will of the late Judge F. T. Fox was ador his skin." ing her beauty spoiled for tbe time with a quis deLeuville, who attacked him with a mitted to record. Everything is left to bis ty on her eye. Whatapitj! The chance of drawing a prize in a poli- Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Olocks, whip while he was riding with Mrs. Leslie. wife, Mrs. Eliza J. Fox. Jewelry and Silverware county it to have a big barbecue Tbe Prince's neglect to fight a duel i said S. Hoskins and Mr. W. cy shop is one in 70,000. Yet people vioOwen Mr. John on the 27 th, to vblch Hon. Evan Settle in- to bo in deference to the earnest request of Hopliare very ill with kidney disease. late laws and common sense and decency to KTf r bought te tbU market Frlce lower than Lewtat. vites all the democrats of this section. It's Mre. Leslie that he avoid any further trou- Boo Ho.kins. tbe blind son of tbe first patronlzs those swindles. Tbey walk into lit pslied D Watcbw, Clocki and Jewelry B- iboil nolle and Warrant!. ble. tbe trap with their eyes opsn. with consumption. a roarer. named, is also very ill CoiBf to be i, 5u4Elf ehltr $nierior$ouniaI NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. - ON In Nsw York thh hot wetber 12,000,-00- 0 glistes ot lager beer are consumed daily. John Thoma, negro, wis lvnched by farmers at Union City, Ind., from a tree in yard The crinu was the Court-housraps. Henry Whttham and C F. Liwton were instantly killed in a collision on Greenwood Lake railway, New Jersey. Engineer's watch 12 minuter) slow, the cause. The last of the brothers, G. & C. Mer-riapublishers of Webster's Dictionary, died at Springfiild, Mis, last week, aged SI, Ttiey have been publishing the dictionary ever since Noah Webiter's death. Miss Frances Marion Lisle, daughter of the turfman, Rifus Lisle, died at the home of her father, near Lexington, from the effects of injuries received by being thrown from a surrev about two e m, well-know- n -- Capl. H. T. C'mI.! Ind the miiforlurc r JULY 1ST, 1887 y Your Accounts are due and ready PLEASE PAY PROMPTLY. Unpaid Accounts of 1886 not Settled at once will be Collected by an Officer. s "ill-shap- f! FTZTJTT CTA.:R,i3 14 t g LT T. R. WALTON'S. it e, OVISTS lle. -- A.T- 1, 1, WJftffOK'g SCYTHES & SN AT 1 ItO T. R. WALTON'S. Col-Nic- k BACON WANTED " T. R. WALTON' WATERS & DAVIS, Groceries, Hardware, Queens-warGlassware, Etc. STREET, MAIN STANFORD, KY. Ji 11 r j PHARMACIST, ( v- m$ S JEWELER- u a I SS?"w : ' M 3 xjrimntwliwMwmOTwMrrwTCTVT Fi.sr-Sni-98cckli!ntenoroH- T California Fruite line of h( T. It Wal fur the Fair. lon'e Stanford, Ky., 13. July 10, - UUHlnoBB Fnril 1887 O ! pint piUerini k C:iic. O. WALTON, Mnnniior. W. L Davom sod W. II. Simpson caught a cat fnh in D'x rifer tbst washed HJ pound. LAN. cLM train going LOCAL TIME CARD. . Norths buuio South Worli... .. . .11 3J I 81 1 15 1 now thought thitt the nejjro Ligan the rime raosl who entered the room of MImm Mifuie and Jenote llockrr several . ..i LAND. STOCK AND CHOP a:, c. local time card. week ago, bat wm frightened away by The collision on the K. C, near Robintheir acrearoa and Uncle Ilarriton'n pietol son's Station, laut week, killed Engineer Foil Sale -- 25 nice stock hog. A T. Trains If tie Rowland at 5 tnJ 7.20 a. m. " Paul and wounded several others more or Nunnelley. The attention of tbeatockholdera of the Returning, airlveat 6and 8.53 I'. M. -- A. T. Nunnelley bought of Will Mur less badly. The deitractfon of property Lincoln Fair Awoclation ! oiled to the phy 51 fat hoy at 4 local notices. fact that their eubocription muat be paid at wat likewise considerable. Cipt. Farmer .Sixty-fir- e being offered here cents The beat ready tntxeu paint are to be our, fill on J. II. IIiUKhtaan, treasurer, wat on one cf the trains but escaped tin for wheat yesterday were hurt. The caue ot the collision was the K. Penny'. had at A. at ,h, pifmtM National H,nlc and Kettle. J. 8. Barley sold hi crop of wheU in failure of Paul to obey order Ack your Krocer for the Cincinnati I! Danville at 00 cent. Oo.V cracker and cnke, Woiik. Iteportsr A A. War ring iJCKK Dii Graham made a pot unr en exBrown Bros., nurserymen of PiilnrM. W ATCUU and Jewelry repaired on ehor rcn rrctirrd a check from the Knights of amination of James Hialt'n wound assisted have not assigned asrtated. cotico and warranted by A. It. Penny. Honor yesterday for J2.000 due on the A couri.LTK ftock of jewelry, lateot death of A. Miller, who departed this life by Drs. Ojtnloney, Carpenter and Helm, -- Given & Carter batight 22 li'id of A, tyle. Itockfurd watchw a peciailv, June2C:h. Mr. Warren tells tit that the but was unable to find the ball, owing to butcher cattle at 2 to 3 cents, it. Penny. the aofteniog of the tl:b. The deceased Lidge paid out $1,127 Dite Spoonamore sold to C. It. Harr'e The 6rui of Penny k McAlitter hating got backhere 000 in death 50 lift year and was a very handsome young fellow, about a 2 year-ol- d gelding for 102.50. $1 bentflts. f dissolved, the accounts are ready for fettle 21, and perfectly round or he ciuld not The tobcco crop in Mercer will not went. Come at once and fettle. You may Freight train Si. 21, M. F. have gone through so much. K:m.e! A year or be 2j per cent, of that last year. (ate cod. Unlet engineer, ran over and killed a man two ago bo was struck by lightning which Uncle Jerry Maxwell sold to J. E PERSONAL. ntar Williaoicbur,; ou Friday latt. He singed considerable hair off hie bead and Lynn and Dtve Prewitt 520 Teni:feeee d n drinking at Mt han't and it is last winter a Dutchman named Elwards sheep for $1,100 Mrs. M. K Piir.wirr ha gone on a was that he fell on the track and was too shot him in the bowels, making a wound Tlfh to lljyle. Central Ken'ticky Fair AssociaHe lived at Williamt-bur- g that would have killed any ordinary man. tion will give an exhibition on the grounds Mim Cynthia Causo:? i on a ?iit to drunk to move. and hie name was Jenkins Thtn he liyed two weeks after the fearful near Danville, beginning Tue'day, Aug 2, Ler friend" h.r. shot through Li, kidney, showing hi won- a d continuing four dis .Mlw Mi.nva I'iielim, of Madiaon, i The gooJ newt comet from Garrird, the Tailing Mim Mary MeKinney. -- W. C. Fmrcesold to Dr. McMilan. of home, of Mr. Bradley, thtl it will gir n derful vitality. Mr." V.(. Di'.v.v and little datmbtir majority for !ea Huckntr and Paric, the bar rUlIion Kineington, by KenTin: tune r. heti ''the earth shall celt the entire arr Tinning relatiTeain Monticello. democratic ticket There are no belter nor with fervent heat" reentk upon u. Dry as tucky prince, dam Riretta by RydykV -- Mis J I) Oath, of Monticello. i tin more hnnorabte tnn thtn these of Garrard a bone, the rcorching rays of the run psur Hambletonian, for $2,000 .ling hit daughter, Mr. J. K Divic Two Jersey heifer, one and 5vo yearr down upon it through the Ion? day, creatcounty, and they will be pleaded at the Mi Luri.LA llitinHT, of Btanford, i( old, oldest giving milk, will tell low; alto - at the polls their opining a teuipiruture which the night reduces to expretCourier Journal. hi the Alexander. ion of the into who, to itifr hit ambition but little, and leaves (Treating, sweltering one Jerey wagon with top gocd as new, P.r.V P (.1. Kt,"OM and wife left for a for place, h linderel ati honorable ad humanity to ptrbjil and dimmer in vexa- For further pr'ieular? apply at tlii ereral wreW rlit in Virginia Teterday. Ternary and attempted to place tipan a tion of spirit and agmy rf toul. Sinday We tre prqnred to buy the -- Mm. Ueoiki!: II. IIkltk and Howard friend fi fiUe statements born cf his or. "fislha l:o!te'. day ever experienced in new Wheat crcp at the highest m.uket prire, t' lrned yrterdy from a riit to Alum iraigiriau n. Courier-Journtlec parts and yesterday was .u a par tit Stanford, Rowland or any fWtion spring. with it. The murcury ran up to 101 in li trie Jennie Holman troupe, tshich in Lincoln county. J. B. Gren will buy Iasv and Anme (1 ileum, tf Mits the shade and staid there, tiearly all day. Weoren & Men for us at Hutonl!'e Ixlns'on, are the gueat of Mid Joaie plays here next week, the Lexington pa Several peiions were pritrated by the pert have nothing but praise. The fallowefee. !Jolry. heat, County Clerk G. B. Cooper be ( Yesterday wis Lhrtvillc court and i Mh. and Mk. Bowman Smith, of ing it a Muple notice: In all their stav ing the worse ttlscted by it. He as badly herethU company has so Ml it twelttring hot oti it wir. A small rrovd M'Kinner, hire hi en th guet of Mr. Sim two Miitlitrtick, but wai fjrr.eclinl improved Sed our people both aa profisiionalt and in attended and bnvtnet wit. untitially Jti ! 'rcn' (aiuily. yesterday. c ur:eous department of its manager?, the No crfitlf wrflf ilrred, ihere leing no deMiw J. K HfNliLW and little daush a The stockholders of the Lincoln County mand There were about oQ on the market of them hat not er, of Spnnitifld, are at Mr. Keti that one Irtrse criticism been herl by the writer ot the-- e ' en Eigleaiin' line. Building Association m;t according to no- though No horrr or mules were sold While their play have been instructive tice at the Court houe and proceeded to Kemember thp K'rkrville Fair, which r Mi.ti Annik Hiianim went to by the election of Cap. Frank will be held Ffidn Btd Stituday of this yetterday to be the gueet of her and moral t'ng, they have been very funny business witbojt in one single imtacce dropping Harris Chairman aud E C. Walton Secre- week, Theoffijfr. aud director alweyi-mak'lend, Mitt Ktgland. tary. On motion the lengthy charter pava it pleasant for all who attend and big Miwr.t Lizzie Stouitek and Laura from high standard of dramatic chastity, ed by the last legislature was read by the basket dinners are the order of the. day. rranscrip'. of Liuitflllf, are Tailing their Johnston, bjforc Mr I.Cbria (Sentry retired secretary and then the election of a board Special railroad rates from all stations en aunt, Mr. J. I (Jorer. of directors wat proceeded with A large ibt Kentucky Central. Mil John M Hah. went to Somerset j ""onday nighlja big, burley nrgr.) itopped number of persons were voted for, but the MaJisin io the Fairest county in the - j M ner uoor anil atxeU (or aomething to ext hndy to attend the meeting of the prefollowing nine having received the highest Stale. One at Kirkuyille, July 221; one at She had nothing cooked and told him to pored bank at that place. number of votes cast were declared elected: Be re a August 3d; and one at Richmond Mn. J. E FAltlilswaa called to Crab go on. Mr. Gentry was down town at the Captain Frank Harris, J A. Carpenter, Angutt 9:b. Forman A Son bought 2,000 Orchard Htturday by the continued arrioua time, bat the negro made no eflort to enO. Welch, Smith Irwin, H.J. Darst, M.F. bushels of wheat at 05 cents. John Che force his demand. Daring the night Mrs. oault lost 350 bushel by fire and his sepillnraa cf little Jennie Kran. Hulet, J. N. Menefee, E. II. Burnside and arator was also badly damaged. RegisMill ClIAIILES W KliEMEliwaa call- Gentry awakened her buibind and told htm somebody wat trying to get ia the W.P.Walton. For the sake of harmony ter ed luck to New Albany by the perhaps Bramblett A Gihion, tobacco dealers of Mr. W. H. Miller, who was proposed as a window. He paid but little attention to it illneet of her fathcrir.-law- . director, withdrew from the asociation, this county, made tbe bicgeat tobacco deil thojgh he finally went to the door. Seeing ! V. L SreriiENSOM, Esi., aa old last Friday ever made in this section of the but said that he would do all in bit power S'ate, and their purchase of 1.3S0 000 lbs. drnt of Stanford, but now of Kanaa, U nothing be returned to bad. Yesterday to aid and foster it. The directors were to that day gives them now ovor 3 000,000 morning, upon examination, he found that I ack on a Yiul to frienda here. meet last night when it was understood pounds Tnev bought 1 000,000 pound of , the shutter had been broken and the winMit and Mih. John Mltiad-of Col. Welch would be choren president. Walter Sharpe at 12 cents and 380,000 dow pirtly raiaeJ, the sraoip no doubt that Ntcbo!aTtlle, ciuie orer to ee Mra. pounds from Mr. Beet, cf Mason, at 12 ct. being frightened away by Mrs. Gentry's A Carlisle Mercury. GENUINE HERQINE. -- Mrs. Burkett who appear to be ainking. Miw Soweli. Givenb, Mlaaia 15rta timely alarm. This is the third attempt at Thwarts the Purpose of a Negro Fiend by Wa regret to learn of the death of Mr. Irena and Fornythe, and E'dir nnd Mr. bjrg.'ary and pcrhsp woree in this vicini- Putting a Shot Mo H.s Vitals .About 1 Hugh Baruett, of CVoy, a3 true and honest ty in a few week and a few more o'clock Siturday morning, Mrs. Jane Bjr-ket- l, a man at ever lived. A Maon and a chrisreen Lre Kurber are at Hale'e Well. pistols and the nerre of a Mrs. Burkett who with two other ladict, one P0 Fishek Uainex, who hat been liring tian, he filled his rphere in life as a man in Florida for the past year or two, It with to work the a, tems to b: the demand of yeais of age, are the sole occupants of a should, and he goer to his eternal reward the hour. house a little off the Crab Orchard pike, with the plaudit, 'Weil done, thou good hi parent, Mr. and Mra. IJ. W. Gaine. I)n IJiiONAi'iiil, who haa bren down two mile) from Stanford, was aroueed from and faithful servant. ' Con- cmion or the Brain. KinJrick, her slumbers by a noise io the room. two week, ia out again and io it II J, Mc the little ton of Mr. and Mrs. J. . Alcorn, lobert, who hae been ill for aeieral daye. fell from a gate Ipost Saturday afternoon Thinking it was her aunt, she called to her, AKVf AUVLBTHEBK.ITv Mk. and Miw It C. Woorw, ofQar-rard- , and although he showed but little signs of but a rough voice instead answered, "Open have been viaiting their daughter, being badly hurt at the time he began to your mouth again and I'll blow your d -- n Instead of screaming or HANK STOCK FOIl HALi: ! Mra. J. C. Hay Mr. Haya continue in hiccough after being taken to the houte and brains out." swooning dead away, as most women bail health. get drowsy. His sistersfeMiases Annie and of First Nat I wlih to tell Korty-fir- e Iim gone to attend Mary, thinking a drive would restore him, would have done, Mr. Burkett quietly tonal Bank stock ot Stanford, if not ioM private' J A. Cahi-entkIt will tell publicly Couoty Court Day. the Station Agents' ConTention at Minne took him in the pi. eton, but be continued reached over to a chair in which lay a d II. T. IlVSIt, revolver and commenced to fire at apolia and Tom Guthrie is filling his plice to grow woree and by the time the lower ! at the dej ot. end of town was reached bis eyes appeared the brute. Four sho's were eent after him MieaEs Lu.lie and Annie Bakne?, of set and his body, became rigid. They drove before he got out of the room aud another Btanford A Crab The Carrollton, Mias, apent Sunday here on npidly back to Penny's drug store where as he escaped from the window. How true OrchardDirectors of the Danville,tbe Flrat Matlcn-a- l Turnpike will meet at Band, Stanford, next Saturday afternoin lor their way to Flint Lick, where they will water was thrownin his face and other re her aim was did not disclose until next tbe transaction of Important builnea. Wait relatire. rtorativee applied, with but little effect. morning, when Mr. J, T. O'Hair, a 24T-J. H. ItOSItRV, President. JcfdtUA 6TONE,of Kentucky, has been Dr. Peyton, Bailey and Iteid were rent for neighbor, came over, and seeing blood on appointed to a $900 position in the Bureau and after doing all in their power they the ground, followed the trail for several G. A. BENEDICT & CO., Csurier-Journ- al Wash of Nayigation. pronounced the case a very rerious one and hundred yards and found a negro man up. STAXiOltn, KENTUCKY. inlon diipatcb, had his parents who were at Dripping on the ground. It proved to be the noto Misses Mattie and MaooihOwslev, Springs dispatched for. They came at riously bad Bib Logan, aud an examination Well Drillers and Fump Adjusters. two of Stanford' moat attractive and ac- once, but found him somewhat improved of his person revealed that he wat shot IT Welle Drilled to order and pump furmlibed 2tt-- t I complished younz ladie. are tislllng their and he it still improving, Mr. Alcorn, al- twice in his left arm and once in the body, at lictory price. friend and school mate, Miss Mamie Porter. though ill, stood the shock better than the ball entering near the heart and lodgGlasgow Times. Mrs. Alcorn, who was completely prostra- ing in his bowels. When asked what it Eld H.T. Wilson, the inventor of ted by It and baa been cocfheJ to her bed meant he said a white maa had asked him to go with him to where they could have a I will deliver to regular customers In Stanford the Florence Washing Machine, which has ever since. and vicinity everv morning at little fun; tint he went after much begging b come such a favorite here, paid Stanford Dead. James Hiatt, the young man and that somebody had shot at the min and One Cent Per Ponutl. a visit last week. Besides being an inventor Elder Wilson it pastor of the ilarrods-bur- who was shot by the sheriff's posse while hit him. A bucxet of butter and other arAcconnU due at tbe dote of each month or Christian church, by which he Is held attempting to escape after he had been ar- ticles appirently stolen were found near wben customer quite, It. JC- - BAItBOir. rested on a charge of rape, died in great ag- htm and his brother Sim, who was seen in high esteem. 1 Hon. William Beiikele, the ex rep ony Saturday afternoon, the 1th day after with him at a late hour, was arrested and the shot. The circumstances of the shoot- lodged in jail. Bob is the same rascal who reeentative of Garrard, took in the Barbe HORSE ing were given in these columns at the was recently tried for raping a little negro cue and looked as much at home as the time. After the death Hiram Hiatt, a girl and discharged bciue of insufficient beat democrat. Mr. Berkele is a whole-couleOF THE STATE. of the deceased, swore out a warproof, though there was bat little doubt of jovial man, who is always at home brother Sam M. Owens, W.G. Itiney, his guilt. He is one of the meanest negroes with gentlemen, whether tbey be of his pol- rant charging John A. Allen and O. J. Newland, of the in the country and ought to have been SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBTION ! not. itical faith or OF THE Dan E. 0'Sum.ivan, managing editor posse, with malicious murder and it was hung long ago. Mra. Bjrkett, who has herself by her heroic action, is of the Louisville Commercial, and his friend, placed in the hands of Marshal Saunders MADISON COUNTY Meniweatber, pasted up to Rock Castlo for execution. He came down that night the widow of the man who was killed with and arrested the quartet, who were at ooce a rock by the negro. West Hansford, ChristSprings yesterday, Only the millionaire ASSOCIATION, city editors can afford the luxury of springs taken bsfore Judge Varnon. He fixed the mas eve, 18S5, who is now serving a term TO HE UhLD AT and placed in the penitentiary for it. That it was the going. We country devils have to work trial for 10 o'clock the men under guard until that time. Ac purpose of the brute to ravish and perhaps RICHMOND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, andctus the terrible best. cording to their report tbey could have murder her if necessary, is not doubted, And continue Four Days. done nothing else than shoot or let the and her praises are upon every Up for LOCAL MATTERS. man escape. In juaticj to young Hiatt it thwarting his purpose so bravely and effec- TROTTING AND RUNNINGS ACES Great Godfrey how hot it i.I may be stated that the indictment charg- tively. Like brave Jennie Bowman, her Upon tbe Track each Day. for supper is 0.30. Those de- ing him with rape is said to have been obname deserves to be handed down to future Ocn hour Bpeclal train to and from Paris, Cynthlana, siring supper will please let mo know at tained by a dissolute woman out of revenge generations, written in letters of gold and Wlucbwter, Lexington, Danville, Stanford, lau. cuter, Livingston anl all points reached by tbe least an nour before that time. This notice and that there was really nothing in it. Be character of silver. A homeipun drees K. O.K. K. Troit's celebrated Bind will furnish the Music. It meant for those who come out late In the this true or not the officer had no discre- may cover her body and poverty may stare All LaUlM Froe on tt-- e Flrat Day. T. T. COVINGTON, afternoon. A. L. Spoonamore, proprietor tion in the matter and his posse are satUfied her in the face, but she ha demonstrated J. I. UEItNDON, Assistant Secretary Socratarv; that they only did their duty. Hale'- - Well. 211. her ability to take care of herself and served ' it. B. TERBILL, President. ' ' " fhf jot li calculated on atandard arls 4bout 10 uilnutd. latter . M Liprrss train" a., W A. r. r. of the new hotel at V. wm award I to Cipt. u. Orubbs, of Sjolbjr City, at $17,000 x. at The bjililing Nich-olasfill- e E. Hint, Holar It i In Dr. and Mr, Hugh P.eid have herconntr nobly by riddtnk' it of one of hhiiuic I parental dignity nnd "pappy" i i , woist nemier the blggent man in towr Tre heir arrived MARRIAGES. yesterday morning and weighs 10 pounds. E. F. Young and Mis Sarah Smith It has been named J jtiu 0rsley, in honor wcr) married latt week of both its grandpas. John Bade'.t and Mi a Suan Sndifr Niaoaiia Falm Cheap P'i'cursion. were married on tho 17th. The Q leen and Crescent Kiute (Cincinnati -Harrison Muiin, a ycung widoweri Southern railway) will on August 23J run and Mias Nancy Offent, a buxom m'.idei.' an excursion to Niagara Falls at extraorwere united on Saturday, dinary low rates from Junction City, LexSunday, Mr. Alfred Biugh, a widower ington and stations as far north ns Walton, of 13 and Mrs E zi M. Youn, a widow Ky. Tickets good returning to include of the rime at;e, were msde one fleh August 27th. UlitTlf. WALSH, THE TAILOR, :b Form ii avenue. X.OITIS VIL, t,K, P. S.-F- INE GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. FLORENCE WASHING MACHINE. AaasiBiHBiLV'uaka..'X sup-poe- Tbe most perftct Mai bine !uentel. Wundcrful saring of libir and tanir ojxrattd. Head th following testimonial from iadios of HustonTllle and Tlclnltj t This Is to ctrtlfi-lbawe are ji.ng tbe Florence Washing Marblne and think It the only Machine weereraw that will do a'. It da :r,i. It tamdctblng rnd 'ator and la well worth tbopllrepald for It Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mrs. D. W et,g Mm. ". F. Cowan, Mrs. Pam Held, Mrs. J. P. Klfle. Mrs. T. J. Kobinson.Mrs. Oeorxe W Rifla, Mrs. J. T Hose, Mrs. (. C. Ljons, Mn. i Drje, Mra. Mag Dunn, Mr. Joseph Cotly, Mrs ). K. Ba Now Is your chanca to eecuro tbe best Machine ol the aje. We also haTe testimonials from the following Stanford Ladlec Metlatsd s'am Owen, T. H. Kale Hays, S. 8. Myers, O. O. Wine and Mary Straub. FI.OIIEXCE IT AMI ISO 31 A VII K CM., B. T McALLHTEK, Uesd quarters at Dr. Bourne', Stanford. r Doo-le- y, IS Buslne-sMaoagt- DH, S. G. HOCKER. JOHN BRIGHT, JR. HOCKER & BRIGHT, MJCCES.SOKS TO XV. II. IIIGGIXN., We will continue to handle the justly celebrated and most uopnlar line of HARDWARE, CEKENT, FLUE TIL- of-f- i:e COOK STOVES and RANGES in the Market. Pnll WAGON MATERIAL, GROCERIES, SALT, LIME, ING, &c. al. in-te- wt-e- In FARMING IMPLEMENTS ws will still place the OLIVER CHILL PLOW in the lead of all others, where it justly dctervos to be. Ask your neighbor in reference to its supsriority. No steel plow in the market equal to the IMPERIAL Examine the BRINLE? COMBINATION PLOW & HARROW. In the PUMPS' line wc know the BUCKET PUMP ELEVATOR has no equal. AIL we ask is to give it a caraful examination and trial and you will not have any other. ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE BOXES. XV. II. MeKIXTi'EY, Sale-min- i. vi-it- ia Win-aette- H. G. RUPLEY, MKKIHAXT TULOIC -- e I Jir nut reled and still r6iTlng New Goods for Spring and Summer Oomr ntirp Gotten Up in Style and ii. o. tte market, which w(t Meko Sooond to None m City or Countr? Otvo 31 o Trial. tbe test In , :rtt:p:l.e-5- 2 'al WEAREN & MENEFEE Car-pen'- TX A. exfY self-actin- g 217-t- TURNPIKE MEETING hides is larger and more complete thanf ever; before, from the cheapest to tne best. Dealer in Fine Buggies, Carriages, Surreys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Road Carts, Farming Implements, Engines, Mills, s, Grain, Feed, Seeds, Coal, Lumber, Doors, Picket Fencing, &c. Our Stock of Ve Sash-Blind- All of ivork 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 it is broken. J. B.GREEK. WEAKEN & MENEFEE. ARt.. HnHteiiYllle, Ky. ICES! ICE! ICE! Route. Queen and Crescent Railway.) Pacific Orloana (Cincinnati New and Toxai g Shortest and Quickest Line to New Orleans, Florida, South East, Texas, Cuba, South West. CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 22, '87. READ DOWN. Xo.l. Pally. 7 THE GREAT FAIR! HEAD UP. TKAINSNOKTH. Ho. 7. STATIONS. L'Te ..Cincinnati ..A'rv Georgetown ' THAINB SOUTH. Mo. 5. No.3. Er. Dallr fo. i. Dally. I ' No. 4, Kx. Buu, Dallr. Daily. Dailr. No.. Dally. No. 8. Dally FAIR 85 a in 03pm 9 00 p in 10 Ma in1 7 0S p m II S3 pin It 25 a m . 7 M p m 11 61 p in 1147 a m' 8 W puii 12 21 am1 12 21 a m o 43 p in 12 33 a iu 8(9 piu 1 05 a in 1215 a ml 9 10 pin 1 15 ami., 5 55 am,. 8 45 anil. 8 60 p . 8 00 p io . 11 00 a ml. lOVOp mfHt ........... 6 15am ., m... 5I0p in r, 53p m 245 p in 1 ... TiTainll u 3 SI a m 8 00 a Ill JSOp in 25 p m m 10 25 a m 6 40 am 3s7p mi 7 27 a ml 4 10a hi 320 p iu 7 00 a m 3 48 a ui ...Islington 51 p mi C 27 a m NIcbolasTllle t23a m .Harrodsburt Junction.. 2 8p m,t5 47 a in, 2C8p in 5 32a m1 2 38 am, Danrille m 5 20 a ml 2 28 a Junction City 12 4'J p m Klnits Mountain 1 10 am .. ,1155 a m . .....Bomrraet 8 10 a tn 9 10 p m ..Oaktlale 6 30 p m Cbatttnooga... ... 5 00 a m 10 40 am 10 35p m Uiruilngtiaui 7 C0p in. 620 am ..Euiaw... 4 30p ml 345am ..Meridian 835 pm 9 00 a m .New Orleans 6p Imp n. 800 am 6.65 pm .Vicksturt;.... 8.C0 a m .. 8 55 d in 760am 7 10pm .....T. P Junction.. -...i Anliing at Chattano)?a at 9.80. No. I No. 9 leayeaOakdale dally aicapt Sunday, atO 15 a. m leatea Chattanooga at 4.30 P. M.,arrllE at Oatinle at 7.4i r. M. Mann Boudoir Bullet Sle.plng Cars en all through trains. H. roLLBRAN, Gen'l Frt. A Pasr. Agt., JOHN C. OAULT, Gen'l Manager, It. X, RYAN, Asst. Oen'l Frt. A Pass. AjwL It. CARROLL, Oen'l BupL, UI5pm 800am . ..Meridian .. .HhrcTepurt. W. W. WKLLS, Huperlntondect, 6omeriet, Ky. General Office, et. Paul Kulldlcc, Wrot Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Otr'o. 1 J A 4 CRAZY PEGGY'S CAREER. Tlic ltoniautlc T.lfo .Story of a Ilrrolnn PROTECTED BY HIS DOG. 0 y Two (Irriit Wurs. A .r.vtit .Iimt atntf r.iMnf,e frt fl.rt 'r. .r.,ti. Thoro died In nu humblo aparlmont la , 0at(tu from Edinburgh. A shonliord who this city tho otbarday, says tho worIi.had beiJa linbu,i rntnor rr0oly sank Jfall nt Exprt, a woman with a remark down in a drunken stupor upon tho south abio history, If lior statomonts aro trim-worth- pavement Just by tho gnrdon railing In Kvonhor neighbors did not know Princess street. As ho foil his coat sleeve tier real namo, and it Is from a friend of caught on one of tho lower spikes of tho tho woman, who had henrd hor story fre- railing, and he hung throby in a very quently, that tho story comes. Sho was uncomfortable position. Several people tho daughter of an Kngllsh Lord and wont to nssist him, but woro nt onco he I rem to a modorato citato. On tho warnod oft by tho shophcrd's collie, cstato lived anothor Lord, to which snarled and barked and threatened whoso son sho was betrothed. AVhon tho to bite nnv that ventured within roach. cf Kentucky Crimean war broko out tho lover enlist- A crowd soi'J colloctod nnd formed I 1. That at the neit general election for ed. For a fow months aftor hU de- In a e to the General Aiiemblr, It ihall be round tho coutral parture lotters were rccelvod with reg- group, others climbed upon tho gar- the duty of tbeecreral iheiltli and other otfitcrt ularity from him, and ho socmed to bo in den railings to got n better view. One or of election to open a poll for and make a return to good health and spirits. Suddenly all two gentlemen, who nppanred fresh on for the time being, oi the correspondence coasoil. His namo did not tho scene, oxprossod surprlso that nono the Secretary of State, llepresen-tatlr- e xH (ff ROYAL tVXXl W appoar in tho doath lists which were pub- in the crowd hnd holpod tho man, nnd names of all citizens entitled to totefor for who tare Toted at the aild election lished in tho London panors; it was evi- pushed boldly forward to do so, butild a convention for the purpose of dent that ho was either sick or a prisoner. Immediately boforo tho nttack of tho In an agony of foar and nnxioty sho could faithful collie. Thoro was certainly amending or changing the Constitution. t 2. Tint any sherltl or nthtr returning officer stand tho suspense no longer, and something ludicrous in the sight of tho go quest littlo brUk collie keoping the wlnlo falling to perform the duty imposed by nrst secIn to dotonnlnod of however, crowd nt bay. Thoro it sat, however, by tion of this act shall ueiuhject to a tine ot six Hor parents, him. forbade it, nud hoi frlomU dissuaded her tho sldo of its drunken master, ready tj hundred dollars (!fl00), to he recovered by But tho continued defend him against nil comers. for n short timo. tho grandjury In any court having ... . J slloneo proved unbearable, and she finalv J thereof, and shall, upon conviction of such h rrTZl7-Tho keopor of tho gardens approached .'r IV w ' ly stolo from homo one night and se- from behind tho railing and endeavored failure, bo removed from otlke hy the cuirt ia cured nn appointment as nurso, and ; to relievo the but the collio which inch conviction is ha hor rolutlvos had obtained a clue to flew at tl-- railing, and he beat n retreat. j 3. That for tho purpnie of aicerlainiog the hor wlioronbouls was on her way to tho A couple of policemen pushed their way number ol citizens entitled to vote for Representa Reaching tho llosphorus sho was through the crowd. They were front. year iss., mere cautious placed in one of tho hospitals nt n smnll men, nowevor, anil took ovldeno' from tives wlthlu this Ktato In the provided, to the shall U furnished, a rercluftcr town near tho border, blio scanned with around eagarnuss tho faces of tho sick and dy.ng, those an I the Infore meddling with tho ahenllJ and other otticers of the else ion li 'i- man collie. The policemen agreed gust, JS37, a registration booW, in which the c hut found no sign of him sho sought. way protho to tnat the raiucs of all ccrs ot the election shall that ho might bo in tho same ceed Ja the best mnttor was ti so. cltUens entltlod to vote for Reprnenutlve condltloivas wore tho poor soldiers around her, she ontorod Into tho work of minis- cure the dog from behind the shelter of within this State at the slid election. Tue otti 'erscf r of the election snail tration with nil hor heart. Her effort the garden rail, und, umhl laughter, thoy and shall have sild.reslstraltou woro rewarded in an uuoxpectod way, for disappeared to get n rope. By nnd by ono of thein returned and from the garden open for the record of said names txtween the ono day, in talking with one of the wounded mon, sho ascertained that ho had been bank attempted to throw tho ropo ovor hours of 6 o'clock Jt m. and 7 o'clock r. u. on the dig In tho sumo rogimont with her lover, and the day ofthe August 1JT, oil tlon at all the voting The time that the latter was a cnptlvo in tho pretty crowd by thi whero had pressed places in this Commonwealth. And It shall be the Thlst powder never var.ne. A r. arveiu ciosjly up to tho man lay, hands of tho Huslans. who strength and wholeaom uei. 'More From that and whtlo the policeman with his roo duty of all cltUens of this Commonwealth than the ordinary ktnJt, anl can not conmoment, nlthough quietly are entitled t vote for Representatives, on the the multltuJeof low teat .short tinuing hor bent and ono or two of tho onlookors with day of the next (onerat election In August, 1SS7, competlton with phosphate powjnrs. BolJonly In she nursing, weight alum or stick detracted tho attention of tho dog, nil to hor facilities cans. planning the shepherd was Rural. IUkinn rotvoica Ce, riturnlng raised by other ton togobelorethesherlltiand other IW Wall Street. New York somo schemo by which slio might gain ol said? election in the votlnz precinct In access to hor lover's piaco of conllne-mon- slttlngpasture, nnd wns ablo to say something to tho dog which qulotod tho ani- which tbey are severally entitled to vote, and Sho finally concluded to nssumo k mal's four. A few more policeman thon cause themselves to be registered on the tho rolo of a spy, and requested pormls-doCommonwealth, an 1 the College. ; from tho commanding officer to act in appeared and took tho man to tho pollco as qualltW voters of this disliving In that capacity. Ho at first refused, but station, and the collie, sec.ng that his names tf any and all ctt'aens be entitled tae vote to was not. being harmed, trotted trict kcown to said othcers to i upon her pleading onruestly he gave hor master ALEX. .S. IMXTO.V, I'RES. them t.y , Th ronsontand supplied hor with ths paper contentolly bemud. nud, do; followed for Representative, or male known to as hi master into a cell curling iNolf evidence on that ilay.shall l registered not votnecessary for passing the Kngllsh linos. Next s.fsioi i, vgm ..a hU foit, re u in 3d hi watch over ing. And In the year I J5T.no other officer stall t.e Sho disguised horself und pretended s,he him make any list or return ol the iuall was and by that means got authorized to Thursday, the 1st of September within tho Hussian territory. So artfully fled voters of this Commonwealth, nor shall any RUNNING THE BLOCKADE. did sho piny her part that sho became return thereof except the registration looks and Instruction thorough, and dls Ipline kind, but be mide. and firm. Graduates oukiur .I.J. real tourst arrangqulto a favorite Willi the soldiers, who Ilnn-Vroirli "iillor Cnrrh'd o.Tii C.irjo of rertlhcates provide.! for by this an such .piaHtied ed to suit the taatet au I , apaiit'ei of girls. :fM styled hor "Crazy 1'eg.jy," and allowed all laws riulrln listor returnsof Cotton I'uilor Dilllrultlci. special attrac Ions in t'le DiDirtxeot ol Art and hor to do as !,:.! pleased. It was many itj.-t- f The following story is told by CJ.iwVri' voters are hereby repealed, so fr as the year 1M7 Musli. Seed for catalrgjj weeks boforo slu learned tho town in of votes hiw Captain Wilson, whi ran Is embracoi therein. The totil number cltizjus which hor betrothed wis n prisoner. By Jcrml of le ?vo'iteen times during tho so registered shall be the true number of a neat strutogom sho induced tho keeper tlie bloeka I.Ol'ISSf HI.E(JKI., oninl.,1 1, riita I ir Urinreseutatlve within th'a saved u valuable of tho prison to give hor access to tho war, bloo.tadiug vessel; cargo from a Foil, lor tho purpow ot ascertaining whethsr a eral State, cells. Tho Jailor thought her a harmless He wus in command of a large blockndo najorlty of all the cltlzins of this State, encreature, nr.d permitted her at will vitefjr t illiag a W altriiyH lmv on liiuii! a luruo and Nlerl Iluu oV Furiil to chat with tho English captive. Sho ruuticr which had safely entered ono of titled to vote for Representative uic!1MJp KiTliiCY amenl-in- ? tnro ami I inlcrtitker' UootlK. My iirlvH will soon disclosed hor Uontity to her lover, the Southern ports. He attempted to es- convention for the purpose of a loir anMich fog or changing the Constitution Photographs in all styles and sizos. Ko!h tun Uv IiouhIh In the cUIcm. CJive mo a trial iintl you and togothor they plnunc 1 an escape. O n a cape during alifted, in the evening Tno y fog suddenly and he found he had -, i I. The said registration bks shall be . , dark, stormy night sho actoJ moro in- nothing but a , .. wuiiiircu iinii i mimi lower inaii uie loufHi. swift pair of heels to rely rultd and healed, so that they may, and rtciures ia inaia xntc. urayon ana sanely than ovor, and in ono of her fits upon, for a Federal cruiser was within It is hereby enaoUd that the same shall, be the poll Water Color. snatched tho koys from tho belt of tho ra nge of warden. Uunning down tho stairs, sho hi a bows, him.thoTho Federal tired aeros books for recording the votes for aal agslnst (.the New lengti la Krines anl very lo but Cartnin took no not unlockod sovoral of tho doors, Including calling of the constitutional convention, and fir Prices. tho ono behind which her betrothed was be rend puttine a little extra weight on ascertaining the number ol citizens entitled to confined. In nn instant ho was out, and, the safety valve. His decks werj piled vote for Represntatlve withla the State. It shall with cotton, which formed hidden in a dark corner, ho donned a high to ort era ol Feed, protection excellent against be the duty of the saidthe question- electionyou vote Hussian uniform furnished by the faith- an "Io to every voter AND- small-artire Tho Federal now girl. Tho jailer gavo chaso to "Crazy ful for calling a constitutional convention or not?" It Peggy" and regained tho keys, but not opened tho ball In good earnest, such voter shall answer in ths affirmative, hli . and sho aftor sholl cliurnod tho boforo her lover had walked up tho stairs wator Ino foam around, but not ono name shall be recorded as voting lit said Having rented the stable on Depot streot, I am and out into tho open air. "Peggy" folvoter shall aniwsr lu the negative, prepared to train and broa' horv on reasonable lowed him and they Hod through tho struck hor. Just as sho was gottlng out of range, however, a shell penetrated tha hia tame shall be recorded as voting against said terms. County Court day trale solicited. darkness until they reachod tho picket lodged in the boiler, and the ves- convention, and If such voter mikes no answer, JOI.V Ml. C. Ill'KXTKIt. lino. Hero tho password, which had been side and OWbi. Ky sel wus helpless, Sho had considerable his name shall be reordsl or reg'.sHred as not UiscovorcJ by "Peggy," onablod them to wav on hor, so, though striking, sho wns voting on said question An lit shall be the duty pain tho opon spaco botween tho rival ofthe officers holding the election at each voting armies. An Kngllsh coat concealed bo. healed for shore. A SPECIFIC FOR The Federal ceased firing, and watched place In the State to certify the total number of rioath her clothos, was put on, and tho thodnablod veel until at last she was voters registered, and the nuiu er voting for callMllST, 1IICIIM0D KV Hussian uniform discarded. In safety beached, half full of wator. Captain Wil-so- n tho linos were passed, and tho officer ing a constitutional convention, and to make out and his .tpw tied to shore, and saw a duplicate certificate showing sa'.d facts. The B. to his command. So well oxocut-e- d had boon all of Peggy's plans, and so the Federal eid off a boat to inspect their registration book atmll be by tbem Immediately lforagl Table anxious was her betrothed to continue In capture SiMsfled that tho vessel wn sent, at the expense oi the Commonwealth, by And clean and well furnished rooms, this Hotel uiiretse! complete'y disabled, tho Federal stcamod has no suporlor. Good umple rims attachoi. of State, at rrankDrt, tervice. thntthoy both remained in the off to her Kjfrautx and JL station In tho assured hopo that mall, to the Secretary 2ul-t- y avriutesK.OOperdsy army, sho as a spy, and he as an oftlcor, and the duplicate certificate attached to she had sattlod Captain Wilson this timo. Thoy were married by a chaplain, howENSTRUATION or for the election of State officers, The misfortune, however, did not daunt the the ever, boforo ontering again into acttvo OUTHLY SICKNESS. him. Ho made hi way to a neighboring and return therewith as now directed by law. duty. the Just b3foro the conclusion of tho war plantation, obtained tho assistance of I 5. The Secretary of State In office at after the LONDON, KY. taken during the CHANfiK OK I.IFK, cr--at if of a number tho hand, and General Assembly next satTrii ngaiiil lanru ,i iwav Idi.l tho husband died. Nearly hoart-broko- n rTruafjf F.B.RILEY, Proprietor. a book 'Jltxim t W 'Mlx,"m3llrJ fr.. captor soon a tho was out election in August, IS57, shall, Immediately upon I'Pggy accompanied tho remains to d liKAUrilLD ltlOtHTOIl Co A'an.v Ga to find that hor parents woro dead of sight and tho tldo had receded, unloadtheorgsnlzitlon of tame, transmit toeaoh House a Thoroughly Itrnotittril am! Itpfur-iiIn1iund that thoro was nothing left for her ed tho bulk of tho cotton. With tho atatement, prepared by nira from the said regisl'lrt-cliH- 4 S'arn Ihroiiicliont. of a blacksmith ho repaned tho tration and Ecratcbci. Contrac'.eJ viiUca, showlug how many votes except a neat little estate. Tho associaMnsc'es, Spraini. tions of tho place woro so pninful that hull by nvoting iron plates inside and were at the said dtct'on cast In favor tf said con mill rantonnbp prlcot. Irnr isml n lets t H t w &ZmlJM-- J fc ws n K Lumbago, , tnlimnrc met by ollr 1'ortrmnf till Rheumatism. Ctraloi, sho dotoi-nin- ed Ernptiom, to corao to America. Sho outside the shot hole and filling the intervention, anJ the total number cf voters register-edpopulnr IIoue. Stitches, Barns, did so tin I settled In ono of tho Carolinas, space with tar and cotton. The water in Hoof Ail, whether voting for or against or not at all. whero sho taught tho slave several the boiler I'ad put out the fuse of tho Thereport shall bs mil up by counties. Be Scrtw StitfJoinU, Icaidt, shell; so, "x'racting his iron visitor, ho times a weok, with tho permission of the Backache, Worat. the use of, nov plate over tho hole and shall retain the registration boaksfornext General rive'ed owners. B.tM, Swlaney, Calif, examination and Inspection ot the Ne,-p- :rt The civil war broko out soon aftor, and mud , with tho asilstanco of his engineer, A'Bcmbly. Nowj & Mississippi Valloy C: Braises, Saddle Ox. t. Sorci, tho old war fovor coursed through a strong if not vory prosentab'.o ropalr. Bunions, Spavin Filei. 0. Itshall betneduty of the otfi;srs whose The cotton wa reshipped, and in tho "Peggy's" vein. She onllsted as a BY DAYLIGHT Cracks. urtis, certify ths votes NtwAnaari CHicato Rt 'ta-"- 1 nurso In tho Confedorato army. But her early grav of the morning ns tho Federal duty It Is by law to compare and the certificates fhrouoh the CANONS ol NEW RIVER in3 tn THIS GOOD OLD STAND-Bability as n spy reached tho o'ars of ono Captain nppeared In tho oftlng to tako pos- lor State offlceis, to make out Irom UlEOHANIES and tht BLUE RIDOE. pasting WHITE a as session of h;-- , prii) ho behold hor stoam-ln- g returned with tho State election ti I'llsbcsforrirrytrtHly exactly what Uilam SULPHUR SPRINGS and other Summer Ratorti ol ef tho oflicors, nud she ugreed to underaway to K'lgliirul as if nothing had abovo provided, and at the time they certify the ' rr one nftlie reasons for the preat ipnlarltv Alleghany Mounlalm In Virginia. take tho dangjrous busiuo. Sho ' happoneJ, while a salute from Captain votes for State officers, a csrtlnctte by voting Is herself, and as a half-wlttwomLEAN IS'- CTIII- rilJZST S7KUSS CLIJIA7E T.I AME2i:A thi Jt'.utanic Mnlnicnt found In Its unlvri-'i- l Wilson' single gun gava him a forplblo places, showing the total number f votes register-- t iiplilicubllllr, Kvcrybodyneedtaui'hnmeJk an, wont at will through the Confederate .n,i id number votloir for calling a constitu Thr l.nmbrriiinn needs It lucavenf acctUeu LOUINVIIaLE k C1XCI.V.V 1TI and Union armies. Twice sho was held idea of tho resourco of n "cannv Sot" in Obieriatlon Cars Irom Kanawha Falls to Charlotte. Tim lliiii.rvvlfr nerds It forgeneralfamUy . on suspicion, and once was plncod under a comer. tional convention, and to send the certificate to 'le Breillat! to Supper) Irom April tit lo Otcem Dally, sr jres to travelers Tlic Ciinnlrr neJs It for tils teams u i UUn. jruard until nn examination cnnM hi hi. I icr Itt the Secretary ot State; and If the registration bk Tlio .Mi'chuulc needs It alnaja uu hu vr . BUZZARD WISDOM. In somo way sho managed to destroy the ' provlJed lor above shall, as to any voting place. ONLY SOLID TRAINS with PULLMAN CAftS papers sho had on hor person and was ro-- j I destroyed or not returned, then the Secrelost, - ra Tlir Tllnrrnrilslt In casoof emerrfeney. ,n ,iiirriii llinl Which Is I.'ntltlr.l to tary ot State, In making the reijrt to the Gener- THE MOST MPID SERVICE njubeu. a ion- - evening later sho was -- j.isTllio, Cl:bnatJ, and I lie Chrome, t: The l'loiirrr nced.lt cnti'tt,'tnloowltair ' for Inccniiltv-- . attacked by a drunken pi kot and reIn ths al Assembly, shall ute the Information Tlir 1'iiruirr needs It In lit. Iuum, hk tta' Whuo a party was out ilshing at Loch-looKver attempted lietwen the great cimmerclal solved wounds that scarred her faco ai i his stock yard as to any auch district or precinct, and he u short timo since a largo theUbls itl ver and llilnitli'i and hence badly for tho rest of hor life. In fact, :t The Mcnimbont innn nrilnt llniKiiinii n - is time most i xufjrlalile trains va shot, which sank to tho bottom stall, moreover, use the' enlflcate to show that heg the laslettpoints arid the.S'nf7i, or to the UVwf ' i" wus largely bociuse of her repulsive liberal auilyariiiatculiubore. all In and remilned there until It died. When has or has uot thjres'stMtlon bwk fjr each oounteuanco that during tho last twenty aAXartlir?nt rhocountcpart of this train lieols ll- -ll Is hti i Tlir llorsr-fiinrliplace in cich county nwue-- In said certifithe carcass camo to tho surface tho buzon all trunk line Is denominated The IJtnit-vt- l frl'-nyears she has kopt In absolute retirement, aiul aafct reliance. zards ooa discovered It, says the I'ulutka cate. JXcitrenn. The supirurollin stock wu emnor favorito commandor was Gonoral it Tlii Moclt.grovrrr need wld sate i ploy glvea pttrous Ciillniltrtl Comfort, Iscjf ihllaraandrt worl tofirouble. I 7. It shall be the duty of the Secretary of It. Hobort K. Lee, and ho regarded hor with fFla.i Xf"y and thov swarmed nhout in rAtall Coupon Ticket Office In the South Tho breeze kepi the luko State, after adjournment of this Geuaral Assemlargo number Till' ICallrond nuiu iiriHlstt ami wlilMred It you will find our time tables and tickets, ray .? market! lospoct. Peggy said that once. book ngashlall(elsaruiidira'ldinfaudi!.iuijt" voiiii and have a Jotioti, atOonoral Leo's poronnl request, she iu such a ripple, howovor, that thoy could bly, to make out the form of a registration herein llfili, getto save moneyand stick to pleasant Jour-if you want Connects In tamo depot In Wathlngton TUi llncUtriiiiiUiiiiin nee.lt It. Theru li n 'i. not ueop foothold on tho body of tho and certificates to be made and used as got as far us Washington and secured K.O.MrCOitMICK, I 'gator, as it turned and tloated with provlJed, and to furnish the same to the Tubllc ney. i like It as an nntMotn for the lnn?T to l.fi somo important information. General Passenger Agent. Chicago. BALTIMORE, Beforo sho every wave Tho Florida buzzard is :i l.nili aiul comfort which eiimmml u. loimf. City Ticket Agents and Officers: PHILADELPHIA, oould got back within tho Confederate Trliiter forthwith, and It shall be the duty of said The .llrrcbunt needs 4th Ave., Ky. shrowd bird, and his reasoning powers Public Pilnter to make up and bind lathe usual K. A. Buckmkr, NEW YORK.' h.i eniployiTS. Aivlili'UK llnlnt bl. atoream .n lines, uowovor, sho was thut up In an will li.i.Hn. ai.l lri aro much groater than ho lias ever form one registration book.wlth a certificate there- I. M: Toaa.Nric, 12J Vine St., Cincinnati, O Direct route to asylum. She escaped, but too lato gained these cin the Mculang Mnliin'ii; tt vrauu-i- l nt im - v crodit for. Bafiled by tho wind on for each voting place In the State; also the duplito rondor tho nows of any practical use. LYNCHBURG, ICnrpa llulllr lutliu lluu.i', 'Til the but iC w f irl ally rerummcnj When sho first camo from England she and wavo, and hungry from fruitless cate certificate and the county certificate, and DANVILLE, yourSWlthb-- .t r.mcttr offorts to anchor tho 'gator, tho birds held known tout! fuoaortlwca And all points In Invested most of hurestato In land and Krrpn Ilullli'ln llin I'nrtorv. ttslmniMlin nd the same to the Mveral sheilfls, who shall rr.tla tn1 lil.tt. rl TO S IiaT.l aroporty la tho South. Tho war almost a consultation. As tho result, two of seo that they are delivered and used at the variW hsve sol t contlJtr. VIRCINIAand NORTH CAROLINA.! unmcaeorcciiieiuaveipjtunmti.worwiM.. f0..rulM4 s.i 11 thom tlow at tho 'srator, and fastening sbl, nlln t.tr est it Krsip n Ilottln AlwiiT's In thi) Btublo I'.C SKMBiruuri impoverished hor, but sho managed to ous voting placet as herein roqulred, batgltenumrtctl'.n. "- -" save enough to keep hor in nn humblo their talons on the body thoy gproad their -E- XCURSION Vrdoalbylls TICKETS IN SEASO- N- ' Ale. It it Ll.t, wings and piloted tho carI 8, That any officer falling to do or perform was over since. JnaiCitmlal. cass to tho shore of tho lake, whore tho any ofthe acts or dutlea enjoined upon him by IluJun. it. Y. Soon after tho war sho camo North, and tlock ClolanatI,l No. 4 IN KFJKCT JU.SK t, 'ST, made n honrty meal. The buzzard is the third, fourth, fifth, sixth aad seventh ObJo. lived at various times in Pittsburgh, PhilDaily, SotfbyDrugzlitt. to a fine ol five not a pretty bird, nor is ho known in song this act, shall be subject adelphia and Boston. Thon, for soma rk. I.OO. reason, sho went to Newark, N. J., whero and story Iikoupthe American caglo, His hundred dollara (JiOO), to be recovered by indictI.ve Loulivllle 7 81 p ,n r. W i ni name brings suggestions of bad odors, ment of any grandjury In any court having Juristho resided until sovoral years ugo, whoa and ho t nover mado a pot of or shown II IK) piu 11 V) am Arr Islington thereof, and shall, upon conviction therediction " White Sulph'irbnrliirfs. I'a 00 n'o 3 10 a ui sho camo to this city and took two plain KY KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. that CharlottsvlllefV M Jiuitl) 3 10 pro It Warn rooms Sho was culturod, and morn kindnoss or consideration accorded of, be removed from office by the court In which 4 favorod birds, but whon It comes aald conviction It had. ' Bichiuoud i 10 p iu ft 50 p tq E. H. BURN8IDE, ii uiuloratood to have corresponded with down to good, hard mule sense, and prac10 44 p IU " Newport News 33 p ni a numbor of eminent mon hero and in En9. That it shall be the duty ol the Becretary 11 00 p in 7 00 p ni " Old Point Comfort MBIne-GriU,., y ut Honte." Norfolk gland undor an assumed name. (Joneral tical und calculating ingenuity, he can of State to have thlt act advertise! in one weekly U SO p in 3 2.1 n m This Old ' Washlngtou and Woll Known Leo wroto to her up to the time ot bis discount all his kin, notwithstanding his newspaper in each county of this Common wealth, II reputation for dullness and in II 23 p m Baltlmor doath. "Poggy" refused to dlscloio hor stupidity. Tho Florida buzzard is Still Maintains .1 DO a wherein there It such paper published, for four Shortest and Qaiokast Boate from Oeo ' Philadelphia 00 a m il fi W a rn 0 W n n. real namo to hor few friends, but she evi" New York weeks, and In oneof the dally papers of the city High tral Kentuoky to all Points North, to tho chromo. dently had distinguished relatives in Enof Louisville lor thirty days Immediately preceed. East, West and Southwest. AND For Tickets, Kates Infirmatlon, etc., apply at gland. Sho admitted close relationship ing the election, and In every county said SecreCioorga Wahlii;toir Cofllu-l'littFast Lint Between Ticket olllte or address Its Proprietor is Determined to Mrs. Oladstono und tho Duchess of e tary shall cause to be posted at the A fow days ago a W.tl. WM'KIIAtl. II. H. KIJM.KH, it Shall be tfeoond to no Ooantrr Cumberland. Her knowledge of tho En- Ington bought an oldgentleman of Wash door a copy of this act, printed Inhaid-bll- l form, LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI (isn't Past'r Ag' 2d Vice I'lealJenl. trunkat anauctlon Hotel in the State in iti Fare, glish stage and its lights was also extenweeks belora such Louisville, ly. Richmond, a. at least lour consecutlva cents. filled sive, und sho said sito had known nil tin sale for twonty.tlvo the buyor It wasit homo for Appointments, or Attenwith rubbish, and election. sent loading actors and actresses of it quarter LifOfJ F HUlTrUAA, tion to Comfort of Through tlckota aud baggig checked to any intending to havo it doancd out. Thi' I 10. It shall be the duty ol the Public l'rlnter of a contury ago in Loudon. Unknown wa dono a fow days ago, nnd tho reached by railroad, their Onests KON trunk to print ten thousand copies of Ibis act upon a destinationparticulars, acall on any agent of the HU lt For full "Poggy" was not quite titty years old, was found to contain a solid silver shield, separate sheet of paper and deliver tbem to the company, or dTAFOKL, KY. and had ovldontly boon handsome in her which appears to havo Oagsage will be eoiveytd to aad front the Is 6. MOIWE, to tho youngordays. Sho once admitted In con- - of Ueorge Washington. boon on plato coffin Becretary of State, who shall forward the samethlf a F.Oon.t'aM. Agnut, D. A.KEELET, frte of eharaje, Hpeclal aeeommodatl oa Omoe-do- utj fci.i r . j lids Trav. Pass. Tho frofn the county clerks of the various counties In lo Commercial Traveltra. The Bar will Covington, Ky lldoiico that hor husband's nam" was Kd- ' the caV.fot hu been the Myers ovor slncu State In such nmuberi as to provide at least two U. E. HUNriKOTON' Reiver,Lextugton, K.T o Pure Mimui ttotei aai mllng tlwajt upplltd with tat choltut , uxiuj ward Low, but no-- or icvjal'i 'term ;! hraaOs uf Lliiaurt aad Cliars, r Um l the rtiJiutai in 13J7. :u? JUourn .) a! lSiics, Covin jwa.lty. eiu-cy.n Ifj.r.olMr e:ci riul d. rtclnc'i wW cVki UU10, y. tt Btory of : I.oyal Cur Wlilrh rnltlifultj unrileil Hi Drunken Muster. shall deliver the same to the sherltls or other acting In the place therol, and Itshall be the duty ol such ihertt! or otherolhcer to post one taking the scum of the gofxl ieo copy of said act at each voting place and another LV ACTfor pie of this Commoiweatth cm to the ntccsiti copy at somo other suitable public place In said and expediency of calling a Contention to precinct four weeks prior to the election. Any officer falling to dlschalge the duties prescribed in amend the Constitution, and to provide for thlt seotlonol this act shall be fined for each and ascertaining the number of citizens entitled to every failure twenty dollars, to bi recovered In any court having Jurisdiction thertof. lotefor Repmcntatiie within thi) State: I It. This act shall take effect and be In force WHKRE1S, Experience hai pointed out th from and after Its paitago. of amending the Constitution nnd the ex Approved January 13, 1S3S. pedlency of calling a convention for that purpoi; therefore. tht by the GtntiMl .IwmWy Jit it CHAPTER 12 ai'-utt- WALL PAPER, WALL PAPER, AT WALL PAPER, M half-circl- M'KOBEKTS& STAGG'S 'V ci'.l-lo- g 2 i Wall Paper, "FPnvnif.nvA Indict-ment- jurlo-dictl- -- s HJr! i be-fo- ro coat-sleeve- 1 I , AK m Cases, Caskets, Robes, It. WEAREiV, Stanford. nNriis Fulljand Complete Stock of tho above and prices as low as the lowest. rs u tks POWD B. Absolutely Pure. SSiFUKNlTU RE w STOKE otti-ce- rs HACK JIVFFMA1 Xroprlolor. t. poll-boo- n Stanford Female uat a linlf-witto- MLSJJ flMiafsKKT lo I- - ., vjCTsBMIafWfassS lJIOTOGllAlI.L12K, , appro-priatel- ! a Mi't iOl-l- T - Livery, Trainiuz. RADFIELDS 1 SALE STABLE convei-tlon;lfsu- WILLIS HOUSE, J. WILLIS, Proprietor. BEAST! Woman's Diseases vra9MBlBjwi'S Jf hB?5roi TcH ae-O- rebDLATuII Ken-tuck- Painful f4 poll-boo- k .TACKKON HOUSE, M En-glan- Mexican Mustang Liniment oxjxiaao pI s, 307-C- ? Y dlt-guls- NEW FAST MAIL -- i M te a L5l.t:. r't-Ive- r.t-ri'ii-VJLtt- ulll-gat- i vot-(n- T I I ll-- , 1 I "' ijMYERS HOTEL, I i ;.i I STANFORD. . Propr It M well-know- n on-tltl- f M Hotel Refutation, court-bous- th: ( DENTIeJl, . Ag-jo- - ..w, vo-l-- n M