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KINGSHLLE, lit COIN COUNTY fc'iiiire Jihn Huuleton, wno ha been very lo with ll ix ti t fever, I lowly con valelng. Mr. Squire, the cmlractor to arch Idn.; Mountain tunnel with brick rtnil atone, will ccimntete, lh jiH to tmrro. jo lino i) of pi act in lijen cVuwel frjui K ngi M iiintain Fa lion to Kin.fville, to uk tlW. Oil 1 't. William I'Vinak the nun wio "a shot by Walter (Jren lnt wee fir interfering while the l ir ww liriunly whipping KriDsU1 elter inl i!r ' wife, U rrpirifij on th munil Toe 'inn t 'i t'i " iu'iii r n.w trtk'tti the ruht tep A number of I tie ui itre tf'iifi ti p it ! f note in iull frit t'xl .lM' ni re i ii in r.iiin.t fruit Or tn early iiurxi, whicn will piy ihnu tielter than wheit ami corn Fiva y in nun ti I bjf, lr filling theuuelv will brtmlr irotti a dUtH'ery ner King Mumni". wont ami ci ' tl oul Curie Warner tb it 'in.l.Tn .SuntUy everiiiK. A iumi -n- nl "t i vile n eullWuo'r oihr.l Uiiwi Wibb'i wif Veb' aitieicel Wirner. dre in atiil out of f,Hht. lolgsl threi la Went bly. I'M three Ikv, wtioieniniMl will not i'Hlon, t' lt ae no'ititu Iiim niifit re on a fn'i rua more than a inlla 'mui th ee ie of notion. Webb not to the nou i( Siuiul Hiui, heri h n v a ff cmicil T t aim lc.'rct'ul cmiluot thut our piiel lo n ii f r a lone lime w. tiitt of nisht or nun roi, inn of town ani violnlty in a b.olly drunken ilatr. Toe wni up aal djwn ibroiuh town whoipin; an I hlltru ao 1 m ii: Mn UHi uiti uitn j li ny di or nre, wn n ocA'untl j nrrel or HMiicU djwn urnoDj itieuielvei Toe drunken crod w c tuip miI of rulru i ler an I oiir must (iromixnc yoiiii.; tarn Tnee ate wme oi (he eril rtlc;i uf the ile and uultwful tritBc in i i nr on Sindtr Tne jwpl will ha prooltel to mm law i the; dj not et priteeilon irjai the orfi:r thi' bare bea elec eJ lor that purpose. , TjjSihkp Foil Urn. A a mu,i old New Yorku r ceitlf leppil from a ril road train ia Cnca,i, a hiidoaie younij lair ekipp up to him threw her riu rpUltuuiT abcut hi' nrek ad klid hlui rainy tiin, fiyini. "Oi, pipi I aui eo Ud you ba coait'" 1'ne old seutletnati threw b)lh rji arm d tier aid tmld her firoi'r to tit. breit Sxin e'te looked up in'o h face, and hurnr etooi in hr ye. "i)i,ui' j i r nit tnr pa," irini lo free hnrel( from tii emir ic "Ye I a u imhted thi old jt'it'emin. hjldte. mr tightly: "yiu ar in' dui.n'er, and I ui tutu t tti yju riit in mf aroi till I da 1 a ptlicisiti" When the o'.licer cttus and foun i the old k'ent'etu in'' diaaund pin In the ciri' hand, he "aid: '' Taak a new trick here, "Ii i ''" ( ler iel theo'd Kiitleaim ' Well. u' 'etrtl wki old in New York." A fall of thecirn condition fr t'i per cent In July to M 'i per cent In Auuit a interpreted b the l)pinment ol Agricul t ire to uiMn riliiUDM of field to 330 million b nbel la Septewher a further reduction to 7 t A ii reported, and lir the neceai.ry nmlnr of the fu't thi' would qi an a fdrtber lo-' o' 1 II million buihel 1'ne todil rlucliuti frjin the Julr aT.Mto U nhown to be "J I 7 Tli!i depiriuiiiit rallied the Ju'r enndi i' n on the acret(e rrpjrted at 2 000 000 000 buthele. Therefore, if we deduct 'J I 7 per ien' from thnt anioun', or I'.M milliaii', we tet atthe uieanuik; of the deptrtuiem'K I 500 million bii'hil." A I author tx(ilaiiM tne imwui' i a c i ielt an I a tlirt. A cji le'te, he thluke, U a cold, cruel bul7. wh i f men (or the mere ylorj of ciihj te.l, while the llirl U an honeu girl w.io make henelf ai;rdeible with a view to a courtuhip. The prule iayi Nj woei me uiam Ye'j I'll o itn niy i Yji wiei iuean No; b ll la in ilet .in i retiied llirt ey naiilnr N u ir Yei, b.it lciik and MDi'lei HWe'.ly. at ui l ' i a ti ir: ' I'er hip i yo i cm win ray I iva " It I r.uilt -in; to He p'liloi pier' turning their atie i lion to importint aiibiecH. To Cure a Srv. What h termed i my in y and aciuetiwee doe become painful and annoying. It may be remedied by the following application: I'ut a teapoonful of aoda in a xmall bit, pour on it put eiough Inilloj; water lo uiolnten it, then pit it on the otu pretty wtrm, keep it on hll uight and ia the moraing, uirst likely, the ety will be k'onr: if not a eecoad application is aiire tn raoinre it. ReTeral weeki axo a young farmer llvu r in this r.inntr, after haying gatherel a Uin.itr of tomatoc, waaSed hla barn's with eoap and water, and then dampened lila hair with tome of the eame water, when hla hair, the natural color nf which in light brawn, turned a beautiful auburn and at ill remain that color. Frankfort Kounda. bout. In a Pitteburg theatre, the other night a clt zen arose in hi eett nd violently hurled a potato nl a dude who was examining hi (the clt'z'n'e) wie through an opera glw; anil there ipon 300 nr applauded the liuband. A fraud Under the Cover of Law ( To tho Alitor of the Ihtkiiok Joci.iai. ) Acoording to a flit ement publlnhed n month !" and purpnrting tn be rfliciil, of the result ol the voting in 101 of the 11'.' counliea in the HtNte nn the ijne'tlcil of cilling a conetitutiornl rnnvention, ll that tl e whole number of citizen" entitled lo vnte In thoce countiee wa 27S.30S, and that the riiimher of votta caet in favor "i( a cjiivention w 102 557, indicating a niajoritr in fa. or (if (hut movement I 1' !, No retuniH from tho remaining 15 Co ll ii lie' having been made public, I have endeavored in make nn ftfiua'e of the remit in I In; enure Sm'e, imiiiv for lhal UicxinieUitMit (.Imve meiiilu.ed trgelh er whh an olHcial Htntrinenl now before uie uf Hie votiKC't't fur govt i ior in the couutice ol tint Slate. I!y a cilculatioti biel lipnn lhn alimpli'iu that the ratio f the total immlwr of vole cl for to the wholf i uuilier o' legal votera wit the 'Mil-In the 15 unrepirtt'd coiintire - it w.n the 101 reported criintie, and th.it the re Ho ul the number nf vott fur calling n couvenltou to the whole number fntitlinj to vole ae Uie auie in Hie 15 ae in the 101 oouutiei, I Hod the ivhule number of legal vo'ero in the 15 countie to be Ul 100. which added I) 27S 30- mke' WJ, IQi ae the total number nf legal voter in the Suit, and I nud fiat the number of votx gtvtnin the 15 couniie' lor cilling a Ofaiiveiittuii to he IS 1G2 which added to lti'2 557 make lOjlJ a ll i tottl vo v in the State n 'ntor of n convention and in dicate' a m.j rllv Hi it' f vur of 20,015. I'heohiect of t ii communication i, epec iilly, io cill public atlentinu lo the fact that llii' alleged inajority of 2o 015 I up. on s numiitr riO'.f 10m which I am ni'e ie at leal 71,000 le than ihe trUf total of the legal voter in the Kuie and thai in H)inl ol fact, upon a lair c tint, there a on the lt Mond.y in Auu.l li-l in tlii'( commouwraiti, a oonrtilutiunal irtir of nut le-e than 10,000 legal voter agtiti't calling a ounvrntion. I am perfect'y there aru in more than .i0,OOO legal voter I ground thi belief on the L'.H.ceiiMti report for lJ, and on ilo'cUrm o' the ouiity aft3ra for the j ear 15 According to the cmu uLen in year ago -there wete then :7J 27 voter in tlie.Htate, and surely it I not extrniiiHiit or unreasonable to e- timaie iLe incretre ol tho number elnce that time al 1 000, or ebout 570 per annum. The ret u rile) if tho airor for lis5, according to llieaudnor' report for that year, how the total number of lepnl volir to be dsOsiil. I am not unmiu iful uf (he oft repe.iUd, hough gratuitous, chaig' that our ae. a jr hate ratiy i x iggeraird the number of I gal voter for ibeir own prod'. This charge reta upon a mere suspicion, and the Mipicion re'i upon a fa!ehood. The upicinn i that lt.ee officer, though selected bv their fellow cit z ns for their J integrity and time for the position, have been, all of them, base enough to make tlctitiuus and fal.e return of vole fjr the ike of pocketing 15 cenls for each fritido prirticed iu violation nf their official oaths, and the falsehood i that ibey have in thnt war defrauded 'the Slate or ciutd have dune o, the fact biing that they were not entitled to receive and have not received any compensation whatever for listing legil voter A moment' ritlrcliou oughtticoririi.ee anr ra'iinal ma'i that owing to the fieij nn' change of on undi! br msnv voter, si 11 hi unmarried michanirs at.d firm band who are nut housekeeper, it i' next to impo'eU ble ft r an ass( r to obtain an absolutely complete list o' them, however faithfully he uny 'ry, and that const i'ihiiIt his far more likely to shuve dericit thnn a nrplus cf such persons. It may be further rematked in refutation of thi chirge that there is not ii alien ll or ex inthetitate who will not that lie has invariably found n greater number of legtl voters omitted by the assessor than he ha of persons improperly listed ns resident of hi county. Hut the real objection on Ihe put of the revolutionists to having the number of lt gil voter ascrtninel by the assessor wa not (hat they doubted the honeMy of those officer, but they feared thev were too lion eat to answer revolutionary purposes They didn't want an exhibition of tint clean truth ou thats.lbject, nor anything approx imating it. Tne problem wild which lhy were wrestling was bow lo evade a plain re (julremeut of the cinstitiiMou and at the eame time eeeoi to comply with it, And as a result of their cogitations and c meditations we have the extremely cunning stat utory contrivance pised at the lat session for taking the yote on the convention question and ascertaining the number ol iiua i 6el voters a law intentionally shaped so as to render a full return of such qualified voters impossible. This law, we are in formed by 8im Burdett, who makes it a ground of eulogy emanate! from the fer tile brain of the distinguished statesman, who from the speaker' eland on a certain occasion made that famous exclamation, "Oh I'm afraid of that d-n gambling bit 1" It is not surprising that one feeling auch alliectionate solicitude for the right cf gumblors should be eslected to invent a law faihioned and framed, as this one i upon three card.monte principle. They picked the right mn. J. B Lincoln Co, Sept., 1S7. snteftot 3mrfnl VOL. XVI. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER HO, 1887. NO. 268. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. Heavy froil fell here Saturday and Sunday night. Mr. lhwen (lover had a very valuable horse to die thin week Klder J. O. Livingston preached at the poor bouse lasl Friday afternoon. The Lincoln County Teicher' Ar.ci ation convere her to niglrf 'tid to in Trio new piveuient In Irmt of Mr W O iliiislo'd' residence impiore ii up pearancu Mr William Stuart is pulling up an other very Urge ics house, and when it will bold 100 wai.tia load uf ice, There was. n negro minstrel performance at Sugar drove lt Sit unlay night. A crowd from hero intended Miss. Lou James edited the monthly psps' at the Oood Templars lodge lat Tuesday nighi. We have heard ii cuuipliuien'ed a a very creditable ilieet. All the member) of the Iiiptist church areriiUld to be preterit dt the Sihbath echool next Sunday morning, a there is some important businej lo Ik transacted. The College opened last Monday with 20 pupils and the tiumbur increa e daily. Mr. II iwe is assisted by a Mis Thixlen, of LouUyille. The former presides in the chapel, while tho latter has charge of the recitation room and the music department. Your.g Mr. Melvin, a nephew of Mr. J ou Melvin, i very ick al hi boue. Miss Mary Jaum, who live at Kv. J. O. Liv ingsliui', i dangerounly ill with typhi id fever. Mr. John Curtis' little baby i jiiite nick with (he whooping ough at hla lather', Mr Monroe Cutis. The two sermon lhat II-v. Shojse de limed al the 1'iptist church lat Sunday were excellent and much appreciated by all who heard them. ( lite a number have expressed the wish that he might be engaged a pastor for that church during the coining year. He wo muci liked by eve r j body. Mr. II Jgb Logan and bride have been the gursls of his sister, Mrs. Fdnnie EJraia ton. Mr Ligan was very ricently married to Miss Lucy Divis, of Prairie Home, Mo. Iliry will soon go to housekeeping near S.anfnrd at Mr Logan' old home. His bride i slid lo be higt ly educated, nn ex cellent musician nnd in manrers very charming and attractive. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. William and Miss Cleo pis'ed up to Mt Vernon Monday. Ij lite a number of the bride' old friends were at the depot here to see them. Jennie, who by her sweet disposition has twined herself around jo many hearts in her (.irl hood's home, will b) greatly mied both socially and iu the church, wle.'e she is an earnest and devoted worker. She and her husbind are expected back here Friday, lo spend several days with her fm ily. Mrs. Henry Jians, formerly of Din-ville, and Miss Nmnle Gilmore, of Somer set, are the guests of Mrs J. H. Hutching. Mrs, Dr John H. Owsley, of Stanford, is visiting Mrs J. K. Cirson. Mrs. Polly Mtddleton, of D.inville, is with her daughter, Mr Kioda Higgins, at Mr. G. II. King'. Mrs. Jael Cooper ha returned home, accompanied by Misi Amanda Hutchinson as far .is St L)ui, who has gone lo visit relative in that city. Mr. Kb Higgin, of Lincaster, spent several days with the old folks at home. Misses Lura and Lsila Doores have returned from Lancaster. Mrs. Laura Moore has been visiting Mrs J W. Guest, at Dinville. CN.sTMti.tUM3 What is that which has it root upwards and grow downwan " A cow' tail. What is the diflerence between a sailor and a beer drinkei? Oae pnti hi sail up, Ihe other puts his ale down. What part of a fish is like the end of a stort? The tin is (Snis ) When you stole my first I lost my but I hope you will always posses my whole. Heartsease. What fool is thnt which ha no tote? The foot of a bill. What band id that which lamo buckle? A band of eoldierr. New government enve'opes, it is plated, have been issued. '1 he one-cent envelope is blue in color, the two cent green, the four cent carmine, tho five-cent Milori blue, the ten cent chocolate, the thirty-cent Hismark brown and the ninety-cent purple. The ten, thirty and stamps are not to be changed. The dies for the new have been completed. Nor.e of the old designs will be issued after this month, nougli being made from nov on to supply the intervaU Gov. Hchards.iu of South Carolina stopped al Washington on his way home from Philadelphia. He had never visited the capital bn'ore. He speaks highly of the hospitality of Pniladelphia, but saye he was constantly greeted with this question: "What did the Governor of North C.rolina say tojou just now? ' Wherever ho went he was annoyed by this signlGcant in quiry, until in despair he seriously thought of buying chestnut bell. '" "" - - t A conductor on an Austin street car eaid ''fare ' to a negress who whs blacker than the ace of spades and the smile she smole caused her head to appear as if it had been cut oil except a email strip at the back of the neck. -Texas Sifting. MT VERNON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. L lU, h litUe uiugnier cf I. C Miller. ged six, died Tueilay morning of typhoid frVer Mr. Diniel Mullins win hai been sick fur the In'! two week with tvphnid fever, died Suiidiy morning The mil I. room serson has opened and thrxe who are fond of thai dih are enjoying theuiMilvi'S, Dog attacked Mr. Di7e Hendsrson's h'ep Sunday and killed four very fine one Tt'e cinirie population should be reduced O lr r ever shetill. J White, who ha with a partner late'y opened a general etore in nur village, had an ircjuiry a few days since fnr moxj'iito bir. He informed the person that they had none but ho could find them at the drug store Miss Adah Croucher is visiting Lex lugton. 11 A. Welch ha returned from a trip to New Albiny. J. T. Adams, of Garrard, i vi'iliug his children here. Mr. M. C. Williams acd wife have returned from Louisvillu and taken rooms at D. N . William' drnplaint is being uuJa by the citi tbeSinke neighbiraood on account of drunRennesa and disorderly conduct of ome of their neighbors. They can very easily quiet matter by making eflidavits before our county judge, agaimt those whom it i alleged ere engaged in the liquor traffic in that neighborhood as well as inform ngaint who break the peace or disturb their neighbor. The negro Martin Dixon, who was given 110 day on the street for stealing Mrs. Frye' pistol, did not appreciate the good treatment given him by Arnold, who went on a visit Siturday and remained over Sunday. The darkey wa? left in charge of Mr Houk Saturday. Dixon hrokeinto the jiiler's house and stole a pistol therefrom which will likely bs the cause of bis piyitig a year's visit to Frankfort While at Livingston a few months sinco he stole a six shooter. Excitement Oveii Low Prices line of dress goods in town S cents up. Gingham, all styler; calicos 5 to G centr; tlinnel, linseys and bhnketf; hosiery; boots and shoes in large quantltier; men's, boys' and l.idi"' bate; a splendid full line of clolhiiu.; men's suits S3 50 up; boas' suite J;!50to;S A good assortment of bard-ware, stove, tinware, sugar, collie and gro ceries generally; in fact a full house at prices that wilt eurprtre the natives Come iu and see how low you can buy goods. We have the goods and are going to Bell them. Look to your interests and save money. L. B. Adam-, Mt. Vernon. 2t The next invention to be brought out by our friend J. W. Mullins, of London, will probably be. i patent machine of the automaton order, that can be placed in offices, stores and railroad depots and which will be able to answer all queitions propounded by an inquiring public on any subject broached without stowing any ill temper, even if aked anything resembling chestnuts, such as Ii it warm enough for you'' Do you think it will raib? Have you to-Jay's paper handi? What lime is the ten o'clock train due? Are you busy? "There's millions in it," for him if he accomplishes hi undertaking to bring out a machine lhat will 611 an "extended perceivable deure." An unexpected but grand deer chafe wa had last Sunday at 1'iney Branch, a few mile this side of Livingston. Mr. Lee Arnold heard the baying of hounds for some time scro'8 the mountains and thinking to join in a fox chase saddled his horse. He had scarcely mounted his hoiee when a Urge buck came galloping down the road towards him, turned oil and running across tho creek into another mountain. Fresh hounds were put into the chase and after a half hour's run the deer returned over the same track and was shot at and wounded by Bib Payne, a 12-year old boy. The dogs soon came up and caught the deer but could not hold it Mr. Arnold caught it by the horns and after a severe unit danger ous tusel managed to get one prenj of the animal'd horns through the crack of a plank fence, when one of the neighbors cut its throat. Another deer wrs seen with the ono killed a short distance from Mr; Arnold's, which turned back towards Sarg's Creek from whence it is suppcsid they were chased by the dogi. Lt tho)e Kentucky Democrats who favor the Iilair Educational Bill take a view if what is going on in Ohio and Kansas over the race question in public echoole, and then Btoti nnd think a little, l'aes the Illair Bill and we will have the same thinif in Kentucky acd every other Southern State brfore we get our share cf the swat-. I Louisville Time. As an old lady patted our druggist on the back ehe mid: "Ganter's Chicken Cboleta Cure ia all you recommend it to be. It improved my young chickens thfy've never had gapes since I lirat gave it to them and auch a thing as cholera is un known among them " Sold by McRoberts AStegg. Not an editor has been mangled by a railroad smash-up this year. Trains may go tbroujh weak bridges, Into open switch es and over embankment, but so long as the inter-State commerce law remains intact tbe editors will also, Florence Washing Machine, I havo bought the right to sell the Florence Wasblcg Mirrilno ami am now prepared to furnish all who uiiy wlah to site their clothes frjv the nibbing ani tearing incident to Uie old pr wmhlng. Take one anl try It ami lo convinced. I'll not worry you bout buying unless yon are lully tatlitiedaa to Its merits. , .. '. Kt.ICtK, Head inarttrs at c.b. Myers' store. E. H. FOX, I ii0'OGifijLiji:E:ie, I.L.VIIiLE, IvY. Has r"hi ivet bn ut n w v it i lln? r ppo. ilte the pit itj sin t Is tnun ever e J to a" jiu'ii l it tn pu'li rittl nne til ires from I'no:uraphs to Hjtlslactlin guar lewd. Livery, Training, Feed, AND SALE STABLE ! ItaTln rented the stable on Depot atreet, I am prepared to train and break horses on reasouat le terms. County Court day trade solicited. t i.J.l Mi. V.I JfcJ'fl., A MtMif W-Cm. Stanfoid, Ky. PEARSON & CLARK, ,TACK?oTOK.OTOE':WiolesaleGrocerS F . B. RILEY, Proprlotor. TlioroiiKlily ltciioiilril anil lliroiiEliout. rirsLclimn Fare nml runsoiinlito prlrcs. liny mul nlulit laliiHiirc met by iolilc I'orlorNortliN Iiopuliir llftiiHi. 207.0m. WILLIS HOUSE, JItlXST., HICIIJtO.MI.KV , J. B. "WILLIS, Proprietor, i kr or a good Table And cleansed well furnished rooms, this Uolel has no superior. Good fample rooms attache!. MTKatf s li 00 per day. THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, ( Oil. 2.D A JKfn KbOX MS , LOUISVILLE, - - - KY., VAX I I.IOXM, Prop. Stroot Cars paas tho Hotol for all Dopots, The Exposition, Race H Courso, and all placoi of intorost. Special ratos to Merchants and Commercial Mon. ItA.1Ey. SM.OO 1J2U DAY. NOTICE. To tho Citizon of Linooln County:! a 'naRoVer Mill In i the town ot Staufjrd teat Vf8 itl n Mill to, of tljur, Wo tlUa 4 the cltlions ol thecounty should have coUuy pride enough to ratrooue and sustain the uis iVe wish to Inform whom It may concern, that we are In tbe market to buy your wheat and corn and will al- . ways give the highest mirket price lor same. Wo rave added some new machinery to our corn meal department and cin now make meal to suit any person. It cannot be itialed by any other Mill in this vicinity We solUit a trial in our Uiur and meal department. All biting grain In our line lor sale will pieise call at Mill, where our ,rent can be found al all times, who will rUb the diesi ' prices tor same. Branlaid ship stud always In NX;, ., II'. .V. J'Oirs. Suv't. Stanford Usller Mill Co. Notloe of Amoudmont Articles of Incorporation. TheunJerslKnedamsnd tbe articles of of the Stanford Holler Mill Company, adopted Fob 17, I5S7, anl on that day tiled for resord in iheClerl's oifice of Lincoln county, Ey , as follows.- I. The Capital Stock ot said Company shall be forty thousand dollars. II. The corporation shall at no time incur a debt exceeding twenty lx thousand six hundred and fifty dollar,. (243-Im W.H. WELCH, (,. A.I.ACKKV. S. H. SHANKS, H. H. WITHinW, foijejTusheid. r va vi stek I'lircIiasiiifjJAgeiicy ! MI8S SALLIE HARRISON, I Formerlvol fetanford, ha opened a I'urchmlnj Aconcy In Clrclnnatl. acd all ordnri to her at U7 West Mhstrwt, will recelrp personal and prompt attention. She will make a specialty of Dress Goods, but will recede ordrs far Furniture, Carpets and in fact one could wish. The w"c"J' of the Itdles ol this section especially " CENTRAL UNIVERSITY RICHMOND. KY. Ailviiti'.acrs. Full r.irult), l.em IVpirt. !'iil 1 f Mil l llpillhy liriitlon In lliolicirtif llliiollru.. rem ti llnfliicdninl ho.pitablert SIimIcmih tliflti s.'io. Attendanr lt emu .'., fr nn i itcii. l xT.rssiOk oeri rer. ll, lv,: y rfnlliiif .rnntl nund lit.ilo?in, trpiyto L. H. BLANTON, D. D Chancellor. ARBUCKLES' namo on a packago of COFFEE i a guarantoe of oxcollouco ARIOSA COFFEE is kept la all storos from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific. COFFEE is novor Rood when oxposed to tho nlr. Always buy thisbrand in hermetieally soaled ONE POUND PACKAGES. LAKEIGE t I I lil dellrr lo regular cuitomsrs la HUnlord rnd vlilnltr every morning At Two Centra Per Found. Acconntsdue at tho close of each month or when customer quits. if n isa it no tr. lamdatly op'nlng an elegant line of Kprln; and duuiuitr Millinery, Including all The Latest Novelties of the Season. Alo Notions, such as Handkerchlsfs. Collars and Cutts, Uuclilutf, Corsets, Buttles, etc. Yo'i "ll. Hud meat the rooms lauly vacated by Bullet .1 Warren, next door to tho Myeri Houso. ilate iiiiiut.in. Wit, AVRES. J IS. ll. GIVE 13, totary Public AYRES& GIVENS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 3ll Fifth Street LOUISVIIjLiE, - - ICY. Rooms I an I 5, rrorale Bluk LEXINGTON, KY. 12 !te 11 "West IVIaln Street. MT VERNON, KY. This old and well-known Hotel la still main Ulnlog its Qne reputation. Charges reasonable 6rwl8ll,t,onUon tu,h8,raT,llng Pro'r, , 63-Oui Mt. Vernon R S. MABTIM. J NO. !. PKRKIMS. BaooiiEAD, KV., May. 1S7. Albright A Martin beg to Inform their many friends and customers ol he change In firm name to MAUTIX A PEKKIXH. Tne new firm hops not only to sustain the reputation of tbeold, but Intendr to make many Improvements In the manufacture ol tobacco which will be to the Interest ot our custonws. We will devotespeclal attrntlon to our Natural Leaf brands of Kentucky's best leaf Tbanktn you for past favors and asking tor a continuation of your trade, we remain, Respectfully your.. 5 Cm JIAitTIA Aj VEKKIXB. DIM.S.IIUIIDETT, OCULIST. $.y BRODHEAD, KY. lias bad an experience ol over fifteen iyeirs, and his auccessfitlly treated hundrels of cases Special attention Is given to the treatment of all diseases cf the eyes. Name and address ol patients cured given on application tf desired. 220-Gm. G AITTEH' CHICKEN s Cholera Cure ! - T h o u b .i n d s of dollars worth of chti kens die every ear from Choi era. It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively ewes it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A 50-cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens. It is guaranteed. If, after ushv; tv o-thirds of a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and vour money will be refunded. For sale by Mc Roberts A atap,, Stanford. L.&N. I T . i p l Ml Tl Tl Louisville & Nashville it. R. -HIE THROUGH TRUNK LINE to inx SOUTH & WEST TVITH Pullman Palace Sleepers, LottfHville (n NiiNhillle, Aleiiipliii, Atliinta, AIoii(Kiier3, Little Rock, Mobile autt eu OrleauN. Unly one change to points in ' Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS Peeking homes on the line ot this road will receive special rites. -Seo Agents ot thi Company lor rates, routta Ac., or write C. P. ATMOP.E, (. P.AT.A., Louisville, Ky.