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VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1887. NO. 233.
VuUllnht'il TuemlitUH ittul VrttUtu
5'J I131l ANNUM. CAWH.
usaM.too.Uf wecrodll lhtll.W '
W. P. WALTON-
AIL SALEU, LINCOLN COUNTt
KxcemWf rltn latelr 1ihh
route corn n.i m pw vr'J "
Mi IMIy J l; trunk-., from imr
Slnnford, in on i vi.lt to her brother, .Mil
font Bubtnkn.of tbi ticinlly. MIm Hellr
Kill, of Htiotonvillf, U on virlt to Mw
ISoiiiiett McUoruuck In lnuib o ox-
tendfely nn the bruin cow tht lit- on'i
tikp time to isWe n tiewon nrwr item Up
lo thin de lie hi HjrchMI 1.100 nnl ie
rhlppinc them ae fiut tioeslule
tr Iitilea Cox, of Hiiniphrty, Ky
hs Ulely proecuteJ to rucclut termination
tbe fullowinn cUiata for Cwmy c:ti
ienr: Increase of pension, Shell Hime,
l.;h Kentucky, miel froiu to 1 1; John
Kile, 1M Ky. clry, i to $10;
ration), Bholl Hinie, $75; Frank
Kntmeri'Wt, lit Ivy. cavalry, horee claim
Tbooi;b ne i eotnewbal dull, till
erction i inftwtwl with eommercinl travel
era fit the liferent time. The beautiful
lureiof" C. L. Haltnw adorned the princi.
pal of tbi plow
on Thu rod y Mr Iloluiei i" now retire-
ninths; the t iiml tinwue Iioiim of
Urinklef " Grubbe, Lwidville. Mr.
Holmwwn ccampnled by Mr. Jeplbt
Hurhker, tntmber ol the firm c.f 'luun,
Hnffkr A Ci, who Afip.rl to b n
There wa u uj yob.e crui let pirty
hI Mr. UhbhV en PrliUy evening Abuiiir
the flrinile nnd ehtTdlroti youm: Kentle
men in MlcmUnee uiUht be mentionel the
following: MiP Jennie Ctrl enter, 1MI
and Naomi Jonw, Floreuc II clmrd. nnd
MMfrrf.CilvinCupun'er, A nd W. T
I'.icbnrd. Ambro and Uoo Hunn, Mari n
K and Jobu Kinfc, of Lbinui. Whilst
c joU 'jinjc a done by the whole party,
Etet pMiie i awardel Mii RH Jnw a
an expert ihe ltini: com out victorious
in every in.lAttce.
M.I. llicbard, who U welt pted on
thn rubied, kItm ii the Inforuutior. that
I the ouly rtation in the timbered
region within Iho cirole of hi knowledge,
whoe citiun don't burn for fuel
tan bark, tatei, Ac, which nr rttcked for
rhippioi: Vayntbur i a bright excip
lion and dererve the thank and pnine of
old hippsr In ttc he i a model plice
of morality a wtll honety and thi i
the more 'rikinj cinlderin the Wayne-burg
of the olden day. There are aome
pliCM whor the profn.e manner in which
they me other pflople' properly for fuel I
disgraceful nnd disuitini;nnd ought to Le
lookwl into and eupprtNed
Madon Items Tbe farm of Dr. Wil
liam JenniiiK. known 1 the Waller
of 22ti acre, rold to Vqulre
Hckt at J&O A Gtrmin Cirp weljhin
17J pound, wia ottuht from Itrulit J.
Claj'r jwod -Mr. Ann Kide, ha tiled
rilit In the Cimtuofi l'loa Cjttrt tie,aitit
Mr. Willi Oldw for daniaea in the rum
of ;t.000 Si let forth in her pition that
Ihe defendant Old propowd to marrv her
and thttrh acceptett r.lyiK uioo hi
cooi intention- tin ! uht h wedding uiit
tit, nd ioformo.1 her friend of tb
mirri.iau Mill about the and
diy of Mv tb deWant Olde mirried
MIm H IW Smith, htti.oo tra pltiatiff
that by "dtoeptt'in end hoartlwa
coudiid" he ha been fnbjectod to "grtnt
exwuand niortlficutou '.-The bin picnic
to be uiveti by tbe Old Fellow ill be
nn the 2'2J inted of the lo.h a at finl an
lu 175 Fort Worth, lx', wa h vilr
lane of 1,000 inhabitant and without a
uilroad. Now it i a city of 30.000, with
seven roid and thirteen outlet ;lty rail.
Ili-the mo't ambitinni, pmhini;, d
cious town in the Ejiplra State of the
riouth, and no men rival of KAnra Cily,
u. I nnd N'uw Orleaui. all of whhh
areelrivinc for the Texna jobbing trade.
Able lawyer who contemplato removrt
to New York becaue there i no other city
in thi country Urjoenoush to
their c'tont intellects, should
that there ara aire uly 1,723 ab'e
in that plice, and thatlall of them Rie
not accumulating wealth rapidly. Not
every New York 'lawyer' fhinRlo ffl
t;old that ulilter. oither.
'Mr. Juikin,"aald Mr. J., "that new
beau of Myy'A lnt a proper youni: man.
You re bar father, nnd it i your duty to
(.it on him at once." "Why, utamma," in
terrupted tha little Judklm
"lhav'i what Mry doe everv nlcht and it
don't hurt him :i bit."Hiilway Advocate.
The i'reidenl ha appointed E.
Henry Ltcombe, of Njw Yjrk, to be ad
diton.il Circuit Judne in the Scond Judi
c'nl C rcuit iu that S'ate.
Ml VERNON, ROCKCASUE COUNTY.
Don't forget our place F. Ij Thomp.
The I J. now arrive rectiUrly by the
John Uroirn i siticfie 1 he ha discovered
a silver tninn on hi land.
Fur bargain in Krocirie". hnrdware,
cheap clothiuir, Ac, call on C W. I'ini;. 'Jt
Mcirlsi nnd luiimpi havo disappeared
am! tvphold lever now running it cuiire
White A Dtvi am ptvini; the aide-walk
in front of their prorty. O.heie
mtRht follow their eximple and make onr
Ilwa reported that Willinui Hl.ttt
w drowned in MullinV That
Eentleman came to town yteterdiy to
If the propoiwt new branch of the I..
A N., to ko E'rtt it to rtart ell thi ride of
Htckcadle K why ctn't Ml. Vernon
net a how to have the j motion?
Wt'lrh A 1'flinler, two young bninee
men, have recuied the contract fur furnish-Inn
the railroid oompiny with all
billn.t that will bit taken out betwetu
llrodhead and Sink
Frank Kirby Ml of the cbnm ion
eater, John Fredrick. Frank rayr a few
cly fincfl at Dive iiithuram', John ate
'!" lare country bifcultr, '1 prin chicken,
n (tone of corn bread, 7 cup of cofiee and 5
Ur-e onion for dinner.
l'.jckciHile ha 11,570 chihlren within
the ectiool .ie. 1,780 male and 1700 fe
in tie. The one colored dUtrict hr.d i2 pupil,
31 tu tie and 31 female, llrodhead
dl.trict bar the laret ntimbei of pupil,
I'i2, Mt Verrun follow with lli). In the
I.iylnR.ton diriric'. the ex are evenly di
vided, lieinc ')7 of each.
Mi Jennie Kennedy, of Crab Ocbard,
and Mr Jam) It-own, of Otrrard, ptid
thi place a vilt Friday li't. Mi May
Adam ha returned home from
College fjr the vrctlion. Jjhn H. Wit-limn,
oJ thi place, who hi been In Virginia
for the pat two year in the bwk
ai;ercy b.iine, ha been appointed to an
eiprw meeiijer run on a Virginia road.
W. I.. IIenderou hi returned from
The race for rchotil tiprin!endent ha
narrowed donn to two, both republican,
Dr. Dm and Andrew Htker. Th firmer
ay he will not rnhuilt hi claim to a primary
or to a convention until hi opponent
rrceirera certificite of ijualiricition for the
office A it I generally euppoied that there
will be. no democrat to make the race, both
candidate are quite willing to receive democratic
role" iu cae they both make the
rice. It i to be hoped llat both will hold
out to the i ml and both gel beiiitifully
Mr. Hibert Hrown, the cleyer and ac
cimtuodatiui anUtant poitunter, (ell u
that in the future the Sunday mail will bs
opened at 10 o'clock a. M, and cfiice will
remain open until 11 o'olock a. m. Mall
for ni:ht train cloe at 7 i'. M, A'ler
for the accommodation of the pub
lie in the way of niijht uni and Sunday
hour at the p tlU ), t) think it due the
IKi'tmaiter that all miil nutter rltould he
pWred a the otlh Initeid of nt the irtin
a come itre in the hibit o! doin.
We heir but litll ttlk of the eohool
tnntee" election, which tike place within
a few da)e. loatmnch a we hive no other
school, except for female', It would roem
thm more interest ahould Iu miuifeted in
the election of trutee who l.avm the
teacher. II r the way, we hav
nuteen any notioe pxted of thu electnn,
an I a it rrnjiirw ten daye' by poier
btfore an election can be held, we ruppote
none will be held Hi neok, We ruppore
tlin ohmruiHH In overlooketl the K'tiiu
la oi the Ml. Vernon Select
Female Hiihool Friday under the
of Mr. Kilinl Neit'iit, pr'xw
were awarded a fjllnw.: Mip drawinu,
Mir'et Kitie Ilutner and l.illie Honk,
Krodheat'; remllnc, Min M.tttie Miy Adam,
Uryantavillc; writing. Mi- Lucy A
H.tker, Mt. Vernon. Tne attendance ot
thi school ha Iwon ciod and the eucce
wi'h which she ha met in establihiut: i.
sclriol of this kind is very uratifyinij to
the originator. Mr. Neshitt, a well at to
the patron. The music el ha also been
vsiv '.irjely pition . nl, with very
lor. re" i
A cutiin nflny look place Sunday
eveulnj: nt .Sruile' eiw tnill on SltBKg'
Creek, in which John Saiiiey wa
cut in the left eho'ilder and brcal by
a pocket knife in the hand of Willi
Hunsell had been at work for Smiley,
but for rome cause wa di"harKed a few
days f go, Oa the day the cutting took
place tbe parlie had been drinking together
during the day and it ia supposed the
dHchargluu affair came up in their conversation,
when they came to blows, and re
sultinic in the dangerou cnttiuu an above
Ollicera have one to arret I5usell
Some miscreant for reason known only
to himself, threw a pircel of bone dust
fertilizer into Urn sleeping room of the pro
prUtor of the Newcomb Hotel, alio into
the dintne room, Saturday nisht. A everyone
know the fume emitted from that
compound are. not nt all asreeable they cm
form Borue idea of the wrath engendered;
and the proprietor now keep hi uun be
hind the door for any future visit of Mich
outlaw and tramp, nnd should they be
catiRht in the act they would regret that
thev ever heard of bone dut much les
bavine made u of It for purpose other
than for which it U made.
LONDON, LAUREL G0UNTY.
The vineyard with which our Swie
Mattlcment abound are in rplendid condition
and crops are promised
A f'utlc sot-to wni hal at Eut
n few day j;t between Henry
Thntnwnn and Conductor Duke, of a freight
tia'n. Th captain ctmo out tcond best.
Ejv. W. II li lean, who went to his fa
ther'ii home in the northern pirt of the
State several wenk g) on acoiunl of Ill-health,
hi returned not much improved.
A convention of tho Amrion Sunday
School Union wk iu ion hre di'.rini ;
the tirU of lt wk, Kjv. F h. Jenkine
iu the chair and It. I) Hill, secretary, both
of Williunubur. A large oonoourje of
viaittng brethren were in attendance.
There wa a grind labor celebralinn nt
Williamsburg I t Stlurdty under the au-spicier
of the Knights of labor, it being
the Crt anniversary of their permanent
Trie Inndon brai bind furnished
the music, which I to my the
Some people were disposed to boot at
our boom when reil esUte wa selling al of
10 a foot, but now we know we've got 'em
foul. Tbe republican tenatorial convention
meet with us on tho 15:h of June,
prox , and you can't gainsay our prosperity
Six of the London nine, with three
picked up. played the Williamsburg, n
finely drilled nine, 0 inning 8turday,
thescoio standing 'M to IS in favor of
Williamsburg. We'll wager our tinkiug
fund that with a full nine London would
mop up the earth with Williamsburg and
we dare Wuiib. to try i''
Your ecnbe'a health failed him at
Marshal, Missouri, and be returned home
last Saturday. Mr. R. U. Craft lefl'WeJ
morning to complete tho unfinished
work. C.iarle R. ISrock, of the S.nte
College, Lexington, is here visiting friend
and atleu ling court W. M. R'oe, who lit
been here with hi wife aud niece, returned
to Lexington Tuesday.
Few attorney who practice at thi bar
have in o a.iort a time wan for theui'el ve
inch an onviable reputation a an able practitioner
a ha Jude J. W Alcorn, of Stanford.
Having been attending our court for
a little more than a year he has picked
up a practice excelled by none of the local
xtinrnrvs. and iu no ce hive we hesrl of
. . I
dim:if iction. A wrfct and pjlinneu
uontletntn and an ablejlawrer, hi uuccese .
i little to ba wondered at.
-Stanford', excellent dentNt, Dr. Lee
F. Huflann, i building up a Cie practice
here and 1 giving entire ,mlifaciion. D;.
N M Scab and Muter Henry took in
Corbin during the week. John Eberlien,
night operator at thi plac, is nfl to Howe
Cive on a visit to hi father, ilal Bowman
of Lebanon, ie filling hi place. Mr.
J A Craft and Muter Hubert are in Will
ianuburg with relative!. Willis
Adam, of CHrrard, ia hi daugh
ter, Mr. Judge Pearl, thi city.
Cmiderabl limine' hi bjen di-wed
of at the preent term of the Lturel
Circuit Coun, which ha been in eeion
ince Monday, the 9.h. For year the
ha been crowdeJ with criminal cae,
m xiirli 1111 extent, that our court have
been virtually chved to civil litigition;
and wnen the Court opened thi term eevon
murder ewe frowned down tipjn a "liberty
loving people." The CrJt week, John
Hurley, for the murder of Kac Hyde, wa
and found Rtiilty of manslaughter
and aaweed five yotr in the pen. Charle
Luker wa tried tho following week for
murder, the victim being Iaac XeUon,
and given een year for "recklely, wantonly
and carsdoMly firiu.' hi piutol at a
charivari." Wedneedty morning of thi
week the jury iu the cane of Thouta Disney,
charged with tho murder of Constable
rudjr at Lily a year ago thh month,
brought iu a verdict for murder with a life
penalty. Tnia i the firt conviction for
murder ever had in this county, ho we are
informed, and it will go to tho Court of
Appeal (for revenul!) Hon. II. C.
Judge Q. W. McClure and Jttnes
Cook, of ttickcwtl.' county, werej appoint
ed by the Court to defend fir Dizney. The
jury in the case of Oejrge Thompson for
tho killing 01 WHKH i,awion, ui r,ii
which at the last term of the Court
w referred, with that of m brother
Jame Thompson, to the grand jury for a
new indictment, after remaining.'.out for
twenty-four hutir, reported SunJay even
ing tho utter imporaibility of their ever
agreeing aud were discharged. Hon. II.
C. Krero!e wa the Judge in tho case,
Judge Hyd having been employed by the
prosecution before the election. The
in this esse wa n presented bv
Judge H. Royd and J. A. Craft in addition
to her very able attorney, Col. Clark, while
the defense had bucIi legal light a Col
It L. Kwell, Judge W.L Hrown, Col. J
J. W. Jones. L A. Hyron and County At
torney Catching managing its cae. All (
these gentlemen argued tbe csee ueiore tne
jury and with much credit to themselves,
the whole ofStturday being conumed in
There is oue more week
remaining after thi, footing up two
month' court out ot the twelva and ilia
hoped Borne civil huaine may I'e reached,
although aIde from tbe three other murder
cate there aie several felcny caees to be
HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY.
Mr RjyoS. Ileazley Mid Mb Mnttle
(lairisou were married at Mjitland nt tie To
residence of the bridti' father, Saturday
evening .he Inst. to
Had the pleasure of greeting Mr. and
Mrs. AIU, Huflunn at thu Station on Friday.
I'loise remember, old shopmate, all
the good advice (ind govl eiqmpl') I haye
betowed o-i you in tne ha'cyon days of our
boyhood, lie as iru in love k you have
over bseo in friend-hip and I predict for
t beneith erur brightening
.hies -illumined by beam of euniiy hope,
ii1 coeered by heaven's ewtolcet melody.
The ptt week km one of peculiar
plenantne to the writer. Hy epeclal invitation
from your former totrnsman, J. E
Hullinan, and under the wing of the enthusiastic
J II Green, ho attended on Tues
day and Wednesday a rousing
conveniion, held at thi neighboring
of Liberty. Tne attendance was large,
cjnstant, mpreruely orderly and,
interested. Desides thoe already nam
ed, ami nearly the entire population of Lib
erly, lay and clerical, we had Rev. Hitner,
Somerset, Dr. Wesley and Revs Oliver
and Jolly, ot Middleburg, and n Urge
from the eurroundin.r ciuntry.
John Whipp prsidel with dignity and
ability. Huffjian waa iu his highest alii
ludes, and Miai Julia Hradley did the music.
Tne hospitality of tbe people was be
yond all praise, When I siy that hotels
and private residence wero thrown gencr
ously open, all who ever had the good fortune
to partake of Liberty hospitality wi 1
understand how bountifully nnd elegantly
we were entertained The people nre wide
awake on the Sunday-school que'tion and
their real, if kept up, will soon eecure for
them an enviable position in the army of
iuitructor. Friday and
Saturday we erent at Wayneebun;, partly to
attend the cluing exerciffj of Pro'. Nilts'
school and ptrtly to hold a session of ex
aminntion of applicint for teichers' cr
(incite for that portion of the
who viaited Waynesburg 30 or 10
years two would bj surprise I to sei the
change time hi wrojght. The "old town '
with it habitations and habit and
hi :tlmoU entirely puied away. The
new town, loctted on the riilroai, has
sprung up on a diflerent model and i ll ur
ishing under a more beilthful rejime. The
dwelling are all new, modern nnd com mo
J0U(. the people have built one of the beet
in tho county and are arrang
ing to furninh it in complete style. The
village boet ol one of the handtomeit
county churches in the State; tbe liquor
traffic, once the bine of Waynesburg, ha
been laid to ret. The place ii noted now
for order, morality, a spirit of education,
andofc3ure a growiug intelligence. A
mere live month school in the year ha
been decided to mean simply intellectual
Htarvation; and the Way neebu mere have accordingly,
with commendable wisdom, re
solved to secure a regular ten unnths' sea
sion The present teacher, Prof. Nile, i
thoroughly equipped, -and seem to be emi
nently qualified for hi arduou work and
thereuiltof hi labir ttim fr illustrate
at one hi canb litv and hUfilelilv. It
iflbittjit to nay that we (myelf and
daughter) came away doliehtel with our
visit and the kindly renptiou accorded us,
and enpecially uratifiil in our taemoriea cf
the genial and hi etinuble wife,
with whom we thrrnac!ed.
The of fie long lost Charlie
Its ha pl.t received ii.f irnntion teal the
boy is serving out sentence in a C
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
We make a specialty ol llio manulatturo tf fine
Boots aud Hhos and ;uarauteo our work In every
respect. Two workmen uro nlriady
eiuploycl and others w It In engird If necessary,
llrpalrln d.ine iiMtly andat shor. nottie. Ulvo
us a call mid wn will servo ou right
VKXX1XO IOX A? .IOIIXSO. ,
In l.iueatter bin it.
3IA1XST, IIICHMO.M). KY.
J. B. WILLIS, Propriotor.
For a gooJ Tuble
And clean and well furnished hmiih, this Hotel
lui no (Jool nmplu roums attached,
JJ W per dy.
m PORTMAN HOUSE BARBSR SHOP,
Woikuonolu the UteU Stjte, with niainus
and dispatch. I.udlt' J Children's wotk
tho Tax Payers of Lincoln Ooanty. i ,
The Tai HooVi trenow rsilr and I am reaJy
recite the Taxes Lntr tin now llorcnus I
Uw thuHlicrlir li coaipMlcil to settlo with ttio '
Slste fire raonthn earllor than ticretotoro. So j
i'ini".' iiiiiii tat ;imj ii tu ' it
aim T. it. .Y;il'ft.WJ,3. I.. C.
PEARSON & CLARK,
I'J M 1 1 VoHt Iulii atrijot.
T .B. RILEY, Proprlotor.
Tliorouglily IIfiioiiiIciI ami
tliroiiRlioiil. I'll re
mill roimomililo irlroH. liny ami iilglit
talus arc met liy pottle 1'ortorH of Hits
POPLAR LOGS WANTED !
I want to contract fjr R0 car-loads of Tojilar
Logs for Immediate ablpment I.031 to ba strictly
No, 1, Yellow Poplar, tree ot shake. dte, Itrga or
unsound knoti, to be cut 0 ftit long, IS to 30
Inches diameter and loaded on cars. I 111
bids tor 6 or more car-loads at a place to
le meaiurod and paid for Wticu loaded. In
idds p'caso sar bow toon Ioki con Ire tlItTcrcl.
I will ntrlre lo-s et any station o KnoxTllle
liraQCliofl.. A H. Address,
A. V. SIXE, Stanford. Ky.
ICE! IGE! IGE!!
I will deliver to regular customers In Stanford
r:;d aiclulty LTtrr irorulcg nt
One Cent Per Pound.
Acconnts duo at tho dote of each month or
irhen customer quits.
c tr 11 ;. 11 Mi it on:
Livery, Tmining, Feed,
SALE STABLE !
Havln f rtntfd the stable on Depot street, I am
prepared tu train and hrnak horses on reasonable
terms. County Court dj trade follclttd,
JOIIXJI. VAJt VKXTF.lt,
n. S. UAUTIN. J NO M. l'KRKI.IS.
HnODiiuil), Kr., May, 1S7.
AllirlilitA Martin h?i to Inform their luauy
friends aul customers ol ho change in firm name
3IA11TIX aV Pi:itKIy.
Tho new firm hops, not ouly to sustain the reputation
of theold, but Intends to make many Improvements
In the manufacture ot tobaccj which,
will be to the Interest ol our customer. We will
devote special attention to our Natural l.eaf brands
of Kentucky's best leaf Thanking you fjr past
favors and asking lor a continuation of your trnJc,
wo remain, Kwpictfuily sour,
Jl.Ut'UX .V VKItlCIXS,
Bonds Fop Sale!
Bids will be rcceirid .by the Commissioners
of tho (iarra d Cjunty hlnkluj
untllJuno 15th, l-, fur the 1lowlug Bonds,
S50.000 6 PER CSKT. fiJkRRARD GO- BOKSS
$5,000 payable c ach yrar for in jtara ironi July
1, I -.--7. Intern t payable at the
National Bank of I ancnter. Uairard comity
bonds maturlDjr July J, 1S37, wl'l bo taken io
taliove. 'Ihe dfnomluallon ol U.e
bonds ltl be Jt.OCO. The I'oiiinilsilonirs reiervc
the right to KJcct any or nil bids.
JOHN 8. (.11.1.. )
J S. HUllIN'DN, ) ( iu sit.
WM.II. KINNAIRt) J
Lancaster, Ky , May jl, l;-7
JL M JLJL sax.
WM ARM. JAS.n OIVKXS,
ATTORN23YS AT LAW,
811 Fifth Street,
XjOTjiwvxjuji:, . . icy.
Kooin3nna 5, Cromle Block.
ImJllyopenlng an elegant line of Sprle.' and
euuiiucr Mlllliierr, Incluillo all
T. -. w .f .. t. Ca
-. ..,.U ..V.vk.b9 Ul lilO UWJUU.
AlV) NullbDf. flUL'll ail Hftnll:rfMfV t)Urm
Dd Culli, UuoMo(, Corsets, Biutlti, etc. You
will Hud me t tho rooms lately vacated 0 Bint-le
A tVarrtn, next dour to tbe Myers House.
ii-Jm JM7B ltllHHUt.lK.
This old and well-known Hotel Is still maintaining
Its tins reputation. Charges reasonable.
Special attention to the trarellng public.
31. V. XEWtXiJM, I'ro'r,
JCtn Mt. Vernon, Ky.
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! surpassed, and cutomers are at .all times granted
any reasorablo mommodatloEs they teo proper
to a!c. Wo beg to otter our services to the
ol neighboring counties, without Hanking
facilities, and assure them that any business sent
us shall at all times havo prompt and faithful attention.
J. M. HKJUINBOTHAM,
LKWId V. I.KAVIILL, JOEL J. WALKER,
J. S. JOIINsON, J. W. L07AN,
L. F. HUSULC, T. Jl. AltNOLU,
iOi. StMP;OS, B. O. JtULLINS.
J. M. HIGOINBOrUAJf.rP.EST.
LEWIS V. LEAYELL,
J. l. 3ANDIFER, CASHIER,
B. F. HUD30X, TELLER.
DR. W. B. PENNY,
.2 " W
. sfcrVvw 5 KfV' .vfi v Tftv
i'XHlv on Laucistor strest, rext door to
Jotrsal orUce. Dflitp hours trom 8 to 12 A.
v and 1 ton r. u. Aurnthctics administered when
JL uajf mlmL&
Dealer in Binderg, Koarors, Mowers, Asricultural Im-
plomeuts Geuoraliyv5nKiies, Wnsons, Lnm
box, &;c Give Jttim a call.
1 haie recelvl and still receiving
New Goods for Spring and Summer
Lomprlstus ttt beu tu the market, which will he
Gotten Up 111 Ktylo and Mako Socond to JNono in City or Country
lilyu .He a Trial.
WALSH, THE TAILOR,
a:2 roi'iuii avkxuk,
IOTJIS VIJL,iC. - - KY.
P. GOODS EXCLUSIVELY.