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Stankobd, K, Junk 1! V. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Kor Pre.idcnt, G ROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. for Vict- President, ALLEN G. TIIURMAN, fir Ohio For Judge of the Court of Appeals JUDGE W. S. PRYOR, Gov. Buokxkii, after months of careful examination of the testimony in the cum; of Win. Patterson condemned to be hung for the murder of Jennie Uowman, has announced that he is unable to find any reason why he should interfere with the judgment of the court, so Patterson must die next Friday. He protests his innocence with great vchomeney, but murderers have done so on the with the rope around their necks, consequent ly that is not convincing. Many people are honestly of the opinion, however, that there is sullicient doubt about the prisoner's guilt to warrant a commutation of the sentence, but the governor could tind none and that is pretty good evidence that there is none. A.v exchange Vails attention to the fact that omitting renominationsandthe first nomination of Gen. Grunt, made necessary by the war, the republican party has but once in its history nominated for the presidency the candidate who came to the convention a "favorite." The exception was in 1884, when Mr. Maine was chosen. Tliu three great historic defeats of "favorites" were that of Mr. Seward, of Chicago, in IStJO, that of! Mr. Blaine, at Cincinnati, in 1870, and that of Gen. Grant, at Chicago, in 1880. The dead-lock in the latter memorable struggle lasted through HI ballots and ran the convention over a Sunday and into the middle of tho second week. Pattkiisos, whose neck is to be stretched next Friday for the murder of Jennie owes bis death at the rope's end to an oversight of the judge, as well as to his own inate deviltry. He had twice before been sentenced to the penitentiary and according to the law his third sentence would have carried with it life imprisonment, but the fact was not ascertained in time. But for this Patterson might now be doing the State service and brave Jennie Bowman might have leon spared a cruel deatl succeeded to the throne. It is said that Tin' nmiililiiim nliil fnriii can he rcail Is mi interview 3Ir. Thurmnn says hu tloos not know1 vliy tlio title of Old Ro man iHtipplietl to him, except that it tie This necessitated the use of bandanas and he was probably sinjjlod out by some newspaper men, who nave it a start and have since I iKinilana is likely, however, to out a I it i.. .1 ....i.:.. .....:.... llllli' in mi' i'JM will mil; ..1111111111. Tin: editor of the Central City Republican, who espoused the whisky cause in the prohibition campaign in Muhlenberg county, has been run out of town. The Courier-Journal says, "A delegation of citizens waited on him, and in a cold, unfeeling, business manner gave him his choice, cither to keep his mouth closed or to be escorted through the streets on a harsh and unsympathetic rail. In a burst of disgust, despair and rage he spurned their offer, and determined to return to his native heath." Mr. choe wisely. It is far better to run away than live to ride an unsaddled mil another day. It is said that eleven candidates will be formally put in nomination before the Chicago Convention, while the woods are crowded with dark horses. Sher man's friends claim that he will have within o0 votes of enough to nominate on the first ballot and that he will get there Kli on the :M. The latter is not at all likely, but we would not be surprised if he were finally nominated with Hawley for second place. The California delegation insists on naming Blaine and he may go through like a dose of salts. olares himself as favoring the nomination ' of llaiiisun. I Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine, the first , vice-president elected by the republicans, is fighting tooth ami toe-nail for I Uen. Alger. ! The Kentucky Flour Co., at Louis ville, has failetl for SSO.OOO. Cause, ,-ar-i rying a large stock for three years on a Fkaiuxo that he might get oil some' falling market. Burchard business in his prayer, tlie re-! "''" Louisville Southern is now publican national committee- has sending out two trains daily South, --willed to lulmit to seats in tho Chicago It hefore the meeting of the convention. will declare out for iirotuctiun. I ittm inn iiuuura, uiu ucit howl about the failure of honest elections in tho South and give (i rover h ail Columbia for vetoing the pension steals, great ami small. Tiik poor, down-trodden printer can take hope. Tho young rooster, who now rules over Germany, spent two years in learning to set typo and one in catching on to the mysteries of a press. Tin: Montieollo Signal does us the honor to use some of our editorials, which we appreciate, even if the credit is omitted. Preachers' sons don't always turn out badly. Cleveland and Tliiiriiiau are both sons of ihiuisters of the gospel. ' A frviiilit train on the C. A-O. & S. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. V. railroad broke the lireon nmUl,liakt7wiur A rattleH nn.l a river and the onulne and bovon of ... Wil(i .... . . ,. ,. ,,,. Fiank and Kdjnir board wore acquit ted of the murder of Squire Clem bv the Minion circuit court s'attir ' killed and it was said that jealously of him had something to do with the ac tion of one of the Beards. 1 """", v v-v,. ....... -.. ;u,kMl l,i,n1from l,is, VlV'ltf V""?!" I ,U W0"1 i"., l, r,wr' ,,r,wn,,,K !). 1888 j f mont in tho lint Kri.lav. ; Allen, who used to he railed by it. He one brakeman, l.uui t oleman. . amj jIn (i w,,,.,.,, ., ittsu prote.sfen i",iioi.niee 01 toe reiiwin i ..im. uie the lundana in associated with his or, who married a youth nearly '() years name, but it probably jjrow out of the I her junior last September, has further faet that when ho went to Congress in i startled the New Albany natives by bo i l!t:t!, it was the prevailing habit to take i coming the mother of u kid of the snuir, and after a while he fell into it. ; online pursuasion. ml ilruii, of Somerset, are visiting Danville friends, Thomas I". Uarbco, of L'anoll, I Iowa, is with his father's family. Ibirinj a row near the pis works on Saturday night .Mik1 Harris was seveie ly out by a razor, ho says, by Nathan 1 Stone. Stone is under arrest, but denies the cutting. It is said the trouble grew tf 111 t tit 11 irMliu nf iniltki I tr.t ll kept it rolling. The ! day. 15.iwiii.gs was to have eloped with ....... ....,.,,.., ..-,.,., ..... big i .MNs Cordelia Coppage the day he was i-,,,-! ............. t ...... .i....- - .--.-.-- .. ,. .. ....... r ago among a lot of vet end boys, the financial soundness of Sheriff... P. III. till, il. till. I. til nhti ltt.1i. flilluvi Mo who it will bo re- Photon , kl, ,, K ,, ,u, ,.,.. Mr memberod re used to deliver sum, .... ! m m Iviiv (rf mm f(f ,k nw Chester rifles he had captu.od while ". lllllw.iIIRtMSl.(;,l ,,,,.,,. , ,Vrrv. iiowaii, on iiemaiid 01 uiv sueriu, was ..in (, n lined SiO and ordered to return the won pons by tho circuit court Friday. He moved for a new trial and wiw refused, whereupon he prayed an appeal to the Superior Court. A mob composed of colored men, took John Bowuns, a negro brute, from jail at r.iion Bridge, Md., and strung him up to a tree. While hanging he George Stephenson met Win. Hud son on lM street Sat unlay night and the latter says without euiise slashed him fearfully with a knife. Stephenson is under nnvst. It is said that Stephenson was under the influence of intoxicating liquors. Both of African descent. Judge T. Z. Morrow held a railed term of the Ci.cuit Court jui Friday, mououeti uiui lie muiiivii iu spcitK, .urn . . , . . ... f , . ... lowered and the loosened. I was rope .,mwi ., tu, ,lHnl.r of .,,, Lum, Bowans took advantage of the nt fm JI1K.8 CoP,,ge, charged ui.h n.ty, ami, slipping the rope from his , HU,nlri ,,., h,M bo1, xw, U .Jh neck dashed into the woods am. escaped, j ft)r ,liv(m.,. ni,n. ,.IlU.ri.), in the cases of Harvev Dishuian vs. Millie BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. ( ij8111w ,l Sue k Talbott vs. X. Kverything is quiet here now since I Tullrott. In the latter cae the plaiutitl sehojl closed. w,w restored to lior maiden name of Sue The Good Templars of this place, J Doram. Coppage gave bond and has will have a call meetiiiL' on next Fridav i "oen released. howvy has not yet evening. Itev. J. A 1 visiting here last Minday. JainesOwens Bronson chopped his wifu..s '. -Hii-Hy n.w occupy their new nw hoadoirandc.it his own throat near ,l" -Ma, ' ,!,un,H'Art from Waterburv, Ct. "1t7'V this place attended the S . at Mart-.s- -There a.e H5.000 miles of niiiro:l(I in the P. .. now, on which 1,3)0,000 iiicn l,,r ,,,lst ,MlsS, ,,0,,,.. ,h,r dette who made a lengthy visit to are emploved. ,.., . ". , , . -.... ... . .... I frii'tiils in Lilsi'v entintv. is now at home. S hours has been lost. The men will tion. Kngincor 11. I I'ivi'M ImimiI. "awvers, of Umdon, ill I - "0 annual reception given by Prof. deliver a tempemnce lecture here on the I Poatty, President of College, on evening of the Llttli inst. Don't forget to I Friday night was held at the residence 'come. of his son-in-law, Mr. J. A. (juisinberv. The little ew Jersey dude, A.lhe 0 Satunlav evening, the -.':M inst., Those present won Miss Lillian .Iwii, Walter l helps in perhaps be most id.- . r ,;, ,n tho hM , Mr. . K ,fclWil,t Mw, KjlU. Smitl)( Mfi one looK.ng imiivmuai wi.o ever iin.io( ; 0. B. Miss l.ucile t,K, Aiwk,mv at lN ,)IiUVf Ilfu.r Caldwell, Caldell, lliu iiuillil 11 m nil- tial nomination, if the newspaper cuts do him the least justice. This Nation with a big X. will never consent to be ruled over by a man who wears bangs even if he were otherwise qualified for the position. NEWS CONDENSED. which ices and other refreshments will Mr. N. C. Cureton, Miss I.ucy Honegby, be served in the lower, the pmooeds to Mr. .1. (J. Denny, MN nnie Leathers, be appropriated to the new Christian i Mr. K. I- liauii, Miss Bessie Mooic, Mr. church. All persons who love the n- i D. Noel, Miss KHie Bruce, Mr. W. M. ligioits cause and are willing to aid us, Stodghill, Miss Annie Fry, Miss Marx are conlially invited to attend. Doors Vanarsdall, Mi. G. B. Mis open at 0 o'clock, exercises begin at 7. 1 1 Bonta, Mr. J. M. Walton, Miss Mary -A fi.w .lavs si,,,-,. J. .V. was Kilinaird, Mr. J. M. Givens, Miss Nellie ..oIIimI I'litwlmn l.w lirntlior's 'v " t " WI reell, .Miss Allllle t ,Msb"rK to v.... Iih hrot.tr s -The College Commencement .,U,,wl,to (Jrnblw Miss Minni,. bauv, . l ., and meltetl il(K),lM)0 worth' , , . ..... , .. , Miss. (ViitrliiT Mr If Ml . ' ' ' I Inn. 1 iitwl l,wi..li llnr.lill llf S u.,.r. "' " ' r, AIT. t . U. V Mlk, Alss Anna Spears, Mr. Kd XeNtm, Miss Stella Wo.,.1, Mr. S. U. (.'hook, Messis. Bruce, H. Hudson. Mrs. Ilopli, who keeps the toll gate nearest Danville on the Hiakcrtown pike, has a widowed daughter, Mrs. Ward. Mrs. Ward has a little sun and the little i ne nncKiayers sinwe ai umaiia ior " " . ' " . . . .,-,... ..-..- ,. .!,... i. u....it t ... ; .Mrs. . I. G. Carter, wlio lias lor several '; . '' "'i'" "- months been suiter in from cancer. me me oi i iviirK ii i ii in rs :i 11:1 v mr :-.. mi. i ' i.ri i...i.-it .. ---" . ""-..- -" , ' 'Ul " " with no bnne ''" : aim on iriuay nen llie lieavv Tun intense suflering of Frederick III, -o Presi.lont has decided to attend V' rZnZl ,,i"1 to11'"' tl'" -"..... which run; '"r ' '" ' ' ' n "'' ' who recentlv succeeded to the throne of the exercises at the t'n.versity of '. 't: by the hoiis,., .,e Us.k the .log in her Germain-oil the death of his father, ! ''. t Charlottesville, on June J "- "l "tt ii-" .".- of "" fowl Mr- I 'i '""'' ' u H' "' - William i; is ended and he too has gonej - tickets Iro.ii Cincinnati m.H'll V'W.I spans the stream, to drown it. the way of all th sh. His son, who will to Chicago ami return will be sold at SI I ' f ' , Tht. itlh. ,,oy M.,.inu. 1)U KniI1.IIWl.r I... ,u Willinni tl im,n,.H:ll,.Iv ! during till) BelMlbllcail .National ,'"! ")' . ' , . ,., tuvw.nl tin. uit..ritl. tl... .1,... iKMivant. who iius iieen an inviiiiu itn " ' "" A. Tattle got a verdict some time past, is able to b at her post 'nd suspecting u hat was up, ran aft. lie favors a warlike policy, nut not mucli , f s -)()0 t., .,... . s Colirt ... .,,.: :.. ..... iS.orv Imu., to ,u. change in (iennan aflairs is anticipated j fort .l(rlint t1L. Ct 4-. ,) f()r tR. .., , , ,;,, ()f K.r ,:U1V Ivldie Melvin as Bismarck will continue to bo the pow- hand. iuft aM Sumlav f.,r l.ilv, where he ill j or behind tlie throne. The deatl j -Mrs. James Xewley, who attemjited , xiIii.li1 wjth ,,: flUlir ,, ,,rolR.,.s It ior was 07 and the new one is 20. to kill heielf by shooting several weeks ; u.( . .... , , ..... in sentember. I '- ...... i. ..-...,..,. ago, iinaiiy goi over oriiiay oyuie her to protect his pmiiurtv. Justus he reached the edge of the bridge where the old lady was standing she cast the into the raging torrent. The little boy ran against her and Mrs. Ilonli. .-... i ...i. .. .,.i: t i .... v..i Ileail foremost Inlliiucil llu. ,lii. Tl... .. I -. til "V- Ti.lllil . II, ll'l. .tllllll llllll in; I llVllllla r - - - - . i iik groat pow-wow oi repu.u cans as- 011 route. , . (. ' , , L, k ( , , ; , ,.ter was swift and Is ,. Mrs. Hopli's sembles at Chicago at noon to-day, am ,,ml ml;;las ,ho ,,,,,. M, flw. - ,'K" ,, ; .lepth a,,, although she bul.ete,. uith the prospect is that the proceedings w.l,y,.lail1LMl for s,u.rilinl. ,,,.,,. ,, ' ,,, ! tlio waves heioieallv she as ,et,in. he long ami tiresome, unless iiiaiue is nominated by acclamation. Xo other candidate lias huliieiont following to claim such a result, though Sherman is next to the Plumed Knight in strength. If there are nominations by our next issue our readers m.iy defend on it that wc will have it, together with how it was done, ' i. .... .is..' ill. ii... .... ... ..1........1.I . r - -' - r -- --, ... . . Jones, of Pine Hill, ami Messrs. (ieorge '.....i ,... ...... .... ........ t ..i i i. iifit.m 1.1111 . I VI. -, . ..v.vi ...vv., attended the closing exercises of l!rod. head Academy on the Mil inst. LANCASTER, GARRARD COUNTY. . I I). M. is still confined to his ! room. He is, however, inipioving. j The Louisville Southern engineers , a iv expected in Lancaster next week. I It. II. Young, of the Louisville I ... it :........-.... ..... !.. ........ quested the preaoher, who is to open the j I connections at Ve. champ over the I r.. k - I -. national convention with prayer, to sub-, Queen it Crescent mit nconv of his netition to the Throne ! Kentucky Holiness Association will -. of (.race to it for revision and expnrga tion. This is decidedly a new wrinkle nnd it is likely that such a prayer will have less weight with the Almighty than the nominating be held July '.M-'JO at Perryvillo. All who desire to attend will address Mr. W. II. H. Ditzler, Perryvillo. tiov. McCreary offered a resolution of sympathy to the German nation in the loss of its Kinperor, which Pat Fiiuii, editor of the Irish World at i tu,i unanimoiiHlv bv the Houst New York, sees nothing but defeat for) Itolt. Harris, a brakeman on the republican party, unless Blaine is nominated and in the event that he Ls not nominated he. will roinain independent of either party during the campaign. This is pretty bad, but we suppose the country can scullleon without Mr. Ford's assistance. the Cincinnati Southern, fell from a freight, while passing over Cumberland river bridge ami was dashed to pieces. Mayor Nicklin, of Chattanooga, Teiin., was arrested and fined under the gambling act of that State. He was caught throwing dice for the cigars. The Republican National Committee Theie has been quite a stir in the cattle market here. Prices have advanced anil the traders have been hustling. Fine rains have fallen in the eastern part of the county, but in Ijincaster and vicinity everything is burning up, to her parents at Holenwood, Tenn Democrat Attention: The demo- " Pecineis os. .1 mi from Virginia, headed hy',1 MallOllO ' l"Wll preCMlCl.S, lire iu una ui, are that John .-. j the con. in Ijiuouster, on next Thurston, of Nebraska, will be ntim,,,y afternoon, for the purjiose of ry cliairinan ami Warner Miller, of New organizing a democratic club. Ken-York, permanent chairman of the Chi- tm!k-' wus ,lhcttl ,u.t ' "f"". ' m'r cago convention. 'JL'arl in tl,c J,i-L, f(,r the Gen. Hewitt has appointed Fox Mr. and Mrs. Sim Anderson of Maysville, to the clerkship ' tallied a few of their young friends in the Auditor's of Hoe, made vacant by very pleasantly at their residence near Col. Crittenden's death. He will have town Friday evening. An elegant sup-charge of the accoiint of clerks ami I lor followed by games, Ac, went to trustees of the jury fund. ' make the evening enjoyable to the Kd Stokes, who murdered Jim Fish. ! lowini: ladies anil gentlemen: Misses F --,--..-... w a number of years ago over Josie Mans Held, pulled llroker Trowbridge's noseat Now York Friday anil has been sued for S10,(K)0daiiiaiigijs. much the worst of the contest when Mrs. Ward ran to the bridge and jumped in to save her mother. The old lady and .Mrs. Ward clinched and both would probably have climbed the golden stair together had not several gentlemen who weie passing fished them out. While Mrs. Ilopli and Mrs. Ward wore in the water the dog swam ashore ami the little boy packed him to the house, leaving i his maternal ancestors to get out of their i trouble the best way they could. The closing exercises of the preparatory department of Centre College were concluded on Friday, greatly to the satisfaction of the principal, Jas. B. Walton, and of his assistant, Air. Piilliam, and of the patrons of the school, who had been specially invited to witness the examinations. During the ton years Prof. Wal- 'lhe many friends 01 Mr. uceru (o ,.lH m ,.),., w ,t( tlis M.10() jt ,)S Price will regret to loam that he con-, Mttjiiiii;il a of excellence haidlv templates removing to Lexington to live. , caIm.,i f0r it before, though alwavs No one will hate to see ('is go more than landing high among the large iiiiinb'er yoiirconespondeiit. ' of preparatory schools throughout the -Gen. W.J. Stephen Mans, country. Mr. Walton is devoted to his G. S. Greenleaf, W. G. Diuilap and J. profession and when a bov finishes with W. West left yesterday for Chicago. ,,:, it H10U,i ),0 Well understood that Gen. It. M. Gano preached at the Chris- hH, jH thoroughly prepared to enter church here on Sunday. Mrs. II. IW. Mr. l'lilliam has given entire sat- Hiirnain rnco ielt yestertiay ior a 1s11 i,sfmtiin in liis departiiient ami will be Sara, Lulu nnd Lida Anderson, Dove Harris, Porta Collier and Mae and Messrs. Gibbs, PeaJoy, Denny,; ! Kinnaird and Hurdett. retained for the coming year. I'ollow ing is the result of the recent examinations: 1st prize, class Centre College scholarship and .() in gold, Kenneth Postal, Shelby City, Ky.; L'd prize, $." in gold, Win. Price Danville; lid prize, ..-() in gold. S. W. Wil-son, Louisville. Spelling, 1st grade, 1st prize, Homer Paiighmaii, ilovlo county: I'd prize, Collins Holmes. For the fid prize Herbert Price, Granville Cecil, Pojic, Arthur Van Winkle and Nelson received the same marks and the matter being decided by lot. Herbert Price was the foitunate one. Ll giade, spelling, 1st prize Robert ''! prize, Ward Goodloe. In .ir. Pulliaii h division Win. Sallee received 1st prize in '-M grade Kngllsh uraiinuar. anil George Jean 'M prize in tho 4th grade. Prof. Walton informs your correspondent that a second assistant will be necessary hen his school opens in ! I.KK If. HUFJOtAK, SUKRKON nr.NTIST, - - Khntuckv. Office .outh ililc Main, tv. odour, above Depot St, To the Farmers of Lincoln and Garrard Counties The Stanford. Roller Mill, lumnanv v.aiil vour whole wheat crop wf S8, anil will pay in ra.li the i lugheM ni.ol.ct price for n Do mil .ell without i tir.t.ccing Superintendent Putt. .11 llie Mill or men uierMRiieii 11 itisii.il, , .11 l're Stanford If fuller Mill I i TAXES I TAXES I To The Voters of Lincoln County: The ' II' V. .ire nnw rr.nly for if H8 jihI I ifurrai') ti niiHf ihr tai l.er)lnily will pica. enme forward and y early 30-lf T l ( AND.S I. I WOOD WALLACE, THE GEUTS' FURNISHER, 513 4th St., Louisville. The fatluont of the day in the (ent I nrnlth. inj; line Hill aly he found in my note. I am agent lor the ln4ianapoh Sleam l.aundry, the t.et f.aiuidry in the world. w. b. psanrz", DENTIST, Sfeffc irOfl'Kr on Lancattcr toppo JLlXjXL ilc court hnuie All ork Euaratneed to site en tire atifaition H. A. EVANS, A. R, A.M. Analytical Chemist, LANCASTER, - - KENTUCKY. Male. mineraliin, for a circular a t.iccialty of coal, mineral water and alyi Anal) Heal work of any kind Stml U NEWCOMB HOTEL. MT. VERNON, KY. Thi old and well-known Hotel i a till maintain-ins it fine reputation. Charet rcawtnable. Special attention to the traveling puhlie. l. I. NKWCOMII. Prop, Sj-'l Mi Vernon, Ky. ICE, ICE, XCEt I will Oeliver ! regular . iitincr in St.mf. ril and tii mil) cverv murning At One Cent Per Pound J ixunl mu.l be iail at the i line ofea. h month or when i n.mcr ijii t 9 K I llKKOV C. A. BENE0ICT.& CO., Well Drillers & Pump Adjusters, STNH)KI, k Well, drilled to factory price. rder and I'mitp at t w. urii alt j i,A1, METOALF i: HAYS, ATTYS. AT LAW & REAL ESTATE ACTS. IIAKllllKVII.IKand I'lM Vll.l.l ,KV Will practice in any court in Ha.ttrn Keumcky Kaminalifl. f land litlcv wade a .penalty Any Uc tract, of limber, inal and mineral land for .ale. Information lurni.hed on any point and ic.juiiuenvc Mwcucn, Jfll'llj EDWARD H. FOX, ARTIST & PHOTOGRAPHER, UAXVII.I.K, ICV. Ma. movid to lu elecam new Innl'linc opp .ite the Miatiifli. e and . better lhan ever prepare, j in aiiommtidalc the pul.li, with fine picture- fmp pii'itograph W hfe M.e. Sal. fa. Ik.ii guarantee,!. Mile kli. .tl STANFORD . i i PLHKIRG UILL COMPANY annf,iiiiirer4 ! Flooring, Weathorbotirdlnff, Cellini?, FlnlHhiiiff Lumber. Mouldlnifa, SiihIi, Etc. SaBh. Doors and Blinds nlwtiyn In stock. JACKSON HOUSE. LONDON, KENTUCKY, CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR. Thoroughly Kenovated and Kcfiirnihed, Kirt cla. I'arc and Kcaun.iule Price. Day and night Train, arc met by I'olile I'nrtcrt of thi. I'opular Home, NEW BUTCHER SHOP.: I luivr npeiipd 11 l.iiuhcr .hop at Knw'nnd in the Firnll Store houiind I. in picp.irol to furni.li th pub ict with an kind, id m.uu, fi.h und n-HT in llieir wawjii 4s heri'tidntu I hI I niiimiii: my hhkhii de'lvrniig meat ti my III Mai.ford and lb mil) a'.lf I IF I.I.KIN. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS Crnb Orcltnrd, Ky. OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND. Fine llr.i. and String Cam! in Atlcndaiicu from July it lo Scptcmhcr int. K.Ue greatly reduced, H per day 11 ml Jioptr wi'kaiiil upward. TIID.M VSN'KWMAN, Manager; JAS C KIN'tJ, llcldentSiiit ; I Ml ! II I IIMISTON, fieri.. ivery, $ecd and .Sale Stable, firJw W. H. JACKSON & CO., PRO'RS. LONDON, KV, (innd lurtiotit. and .addle lior.ru alviayi. for lure on catonable term.. London is lhe most convenient point on the railroad lo rtacli places in the in the mountain of the Slate. to iwlfBflfis Ilttfantliirnltiiru, hari rumrt and VMitkintn mj Tuiitntial Arllot Kihiiik t.io (orinii).t In thii part of the State ll.ilr cu'doif. liapiK iiml tluiiipiioini; ilunr In the late.t und ;imt in,prned.t)le. My ipitliil attention will Im'kIvck In lillt and children J ISM. J TIIOMI'.sON. Stanford. Ky H. MANTIS jmi II, IMI.IM IUodhf.aii, K Ia, tilr. Albright .V Martin beu t inform their miny fricmU and cutoniert of the chance in firm tiami to MARTIN & PERKINS, The new firm hope, not only to tiiiialn the reputation of Ihc old, but Intend to make man) im. protcinentiin the manufacture of tobaci.ii m Inch will be Inlhe Intcint of our cu.tunitri. We Mill devote .iiecial atlciitinn to our Natural l.eat brand, of Kentucky' bett leaf. 'I hanking jou forpa.t favor and a.kinu for a rnniinuatiui or your irade, v.e remain Krapectfully our 3m MAKTIN.V I'f ftKIS 1ST0TICE ! TO THE CITIZENS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. Having recently equipped a fine Knllcr Mil Im the town of : Stanford that we defy any Mi to eiiial in iiiatilyif (Imir, we think the cilllen ol the ciHiuly .hnuld hive count- pride cnoiiith I patranue nnd mialn the ame H'c i.h m i,,. form whom it may cnucern that e are l 11 market to buy your wheal and orn and wi I a. )' K' the liiglicit markut price fur itmc We have added .ome new nitchiucry to uur torn meal deurtinent and can now make meal to aiut any pcron It cannot b emialled b) any other mill inthi vuinii) We ornii a trial In our floi r and meal department All having grain in our line for -ale will plea. e .all at the Mill, where our agent ivlll be found at all time, who will give the bctl prue. for ame. Ilrau and thlpituiT a ). in ttxk w. v '()T IS. Ullf Supt , Si. in Turd Holler Mul Co NOTICE OF INCORPORATION. I hr undn.uMied, llarvc) H)l. I S (, K Ma,..r I Ke.nold., I. I, t,,h. W II Miller. K II ( aldvell, Jr , and J s nuue, have ltd tii.ither to heroine Incorporated a a tHk icinpain under the xirpurale nai ie of the lliehbmd h Way luriipile KmK '1 hi l.u.incs. i. be conducted i the tm,,,!,, e inaintaiiiiiii; ami KinductinK of a Mi Ad.i" cd ttimpikt iimiI friim the ptnent trmiiiu , e Si.inlufd ,nd Hill, t.ap lurnpikr ill t.imuln . H I) Ihroucb llial.land and WamburK pre urns tti the I'ula.ki (..iiniv line, tr ni f llt, named turapike 'Itiepnncipalplnie of h.HunrM -hall be Hi.h lan.l, I i. coin chinIv, Ky l lie .oipurainn .llall en tltc nt day if June, iSIT. and te.mii.att in tbr t sill di ol June n,i The authiiri(d capital lc k .. in Ii,. c tr tlMMiand d..llr, s Im Ii .hall bo Mtd at ..icb . and in uili jmimni. ami upon .uch Urnii a- ire lloarii n I lirril.tr. .bill prrwrtW Ihrallairxil Ihu lorpamtion arc tnbe ma aied l.y a Ixuid .,f li.e Hutit.ir., one f wli.nn .h.u prr.idriu I.) the houid; and ui d, irctiirxltafl be ii ihr fir.t Sjtnr.li. in Junruf rath )ar andtkall .ere fu am jeai nel cii.uiiik their ele. il.m SihI board .lull a,o , ;c. t a clerk aHd lli'u.uler I he hiKkn.t amount of imleblrnlnr.. to , Ii hm at ail) time .ubiect .hall mxei.nd one ihuuuind i9r, lhepnaie prurt) tj the .tackholdet. -ha I be exempt Ii.m tk lorporatr dt ..' J ,MJ'..V .7 K,r"'S I! s (. k, llar...y ll.i.d, W II Miller. K II i Mw- ,Jr. J S IMM- ' Manlord June i, iMt KentuckyCentralR. R. "I II-l ' 10 C.'KAMS ItOl'TK. THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE i i, CENTRAL KENTUCKY I ,n I',., it, UQ.ZTIJ, (EAST, WST$D FAST MHE IIETWEEN LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. MLiintL'i.r. im 1 h 11 Smith Hound l.ve Conncton . I.ve I almniith. ... I.vc Cynlhtaiia . Arr I'arn . . . Arr l.cMiiKtoii l.e I'ari. . . .. Arr Winihc.ter. Arr Uichmond. Arr I.anra.icr.. . Arr Stanford l.ve Kichniond . Arr llerca Arr I.e.iiiKinn. l.ve Living. ton... l.ve llerca Arr Richmond I.vc .Stanford l.ve I.aticMer ... Arr Kuhniond,. l.ve Kirftmutid... Arr Wiii.'lic.icr. Arr I '.in I. vi l.ctiugtiiu l.ve I'.irn l.ve Cjntliian.i ... l.ve r.ilmoolli... Arr f nviugtoii. I I.. No V. 10 Ol sun I jo 'a m M . No 4 ll.il) 11 nt a in 10 p m 11 a m 10 50 j. in 1 J vi in II jo p in ulo 11 in 10 55 p in it 35 l i 11 J c p in V en ji ml I r 10 p in 0 o p nt! - 05 p in ' j o p in i 15 I' '" N. j. b o) .1 in 10 a 111 u45 u in 7 o a in 8 in a 111 11 in n in 1 jo p III 1 S P I" 3 ' 5 P i 3 p 111 J o V i 4 cA p 111 I l P 111 6 01 p 111 No. J 15 a v 6 50 8 jo 9 u6 10 01 ' 35 a 111 a 111 a 111 a 111 a ill a 111 a 111 a 111, N. la S.i i. ! i 10 no p ) J P III J ,t p No. 5. in in 4 iipni 5 lo p 111 6 10 p 111 5 lo p in 6 0 p m 7 io,p m 8 iS 'p in 8 40 p m 3 no p 111 3 50 P " 4 in p 111 J -5 P m 6 50 p m On the May. ville llranch. No. 9 leave. laru at B jo, a 111 and No. 11. at 5 ao, p 111, arilinijj at Ma il cat 111 jo, am, anil .40, p m No 10 lea.cn .May, .ilk. m 6 oo, a 111, airiiing at I'.iri. at Sio.am No w ,ac Ma).ville at lot an) arrive, at Pari, hi 3 '. p in The.c tram, are daily except Simda) Nil jalcait'i. Conngtoii at 8 30 ft m, arrive, at Inlmoiitn 111103.U a in; .Sunday out. .N , ,, leave. I aliunmhui 4 jo pin, arrive at '(.oviii.'ton .It 6 10 11 ni; SnniLlf mill- v.. . 1 1 .?.. " j ..' i imi'. i.evins tfin 7 15 p m, arrive. I'ari. 7 55 p m. No. 8 Uaie. t ovlngton 5iopiii,rrne. ilmniiih 7.. pm ." 7 leave lalnioiiiliat 3na.u1, arrive, at Cov MILIUM at 7 en a 111. ,,A. ." SITNIIAV. v.,., I. I ram, j and 4 are daily hctween Win- he.ter, I.e.iiigti.n and Cincinnati; other other train, are daily except Sunday. Ilirectcnniieciioni. made nt WinchcMer with Chiipeale & Ohio for Mi. Sterling, Avliland lli...tincio,.. harle.ian, W' V., d Ca.tern cities ''HI', '" N" taiiila ri.n via W'inche. tcr Solid Irani, unh Pullman Sleeping Car., he. tween Cincinnati and Uiclimoiid, V11., and and Wa.hhiKtnii. iiii.niKiiiici.eik ami liaggage ..heeled 10 MYi,ini,ii ny a railroad. any ror 1 111 1 ii.irtiiMti.irk ,,.... .. n... r .1 ... '., I .IIAtON S. I. II. M0RS.K. I ravelin.' I'a.Og'r Act., t.tVI Pa.Vs'r Aitt., I.eMngtnn, Ky. Coiington, Ky, II. K IIO.NTINUTO.V, (ieneral.ManaKer. QonOinooa, Covlnsrton, Kentucky.