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APRIL 1, 1884. infii NEW SERIES-NUMBE- R 23T HUSTON VILLE, LINCOLN COUNT r. organ, to go to IlH new place in Caledonian GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT Hoad, read for tho morrow. 1 ho RlrN ard Lancaster, Our Western delegation, the Mevsrs. I remained for the cloatng meeting, which The Christian Literary Circle will Kld and Le, have betn heard from, all, Many I were a tiatial tlie heat uf af all at the parlors of the Mssonl W.JP. WALTON. believe, having found employment in meet tin Jordan" at the after Kansas, Misi Amanda House. l stepped "aero Drye and brother noon meeting, and at night in the large John got home on Stturday from John Warner, aged 78, died at hia PubUnhrtt Tttcmtav ntul Frlilati'i "Towri Hill," we had a itraod turnout to home in this county Saturday with cancer where they have been visiting bid in farewell. Dear Ezerton beara the thoir sister, Mr Kobinaon. Mr. and Mrs. of the stomach. 83. OO XM3II ANNUJl btunt of the expense arcount giving be il. returned with them and are now at tho The Ober Troupe played three night Wbetipald etrlctly la alTince. K w hire to pond hla ability. lie haa done uoblr and old homestetd Mi Lettie Kochester is laat week at the City Hall. It is a very with hla good, devotrd little wife, Rein a at Mra McAlister's. wait any (lint, 83.30 will t chared. Mr. Lee F. Hufl-ma- u good company and deserve success. glorious bleaalnjr. "He thataowctli bountiMr, Joseph Lewis wis married to Miss came up on Saturday. Dr. Will - AT The Penny ful If ahall nlo reap bountifully" Sarah Stormea lat Thursday. They took (J Huffman took our GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND poor paator got nothing A convenient village and Mr. A. in their nrbit Sunday evening. the evening train for Kansas, t'teir future cold kept him away mom of the time and Hilly Williams is home. threatened with larvngi when became there a. nothing but kIuui, Dr W. P. McKee, of Ml, Vernon, was tis in cjnseijuenceof trying to call til the 102 ShackIjEWKli. Lank, forbidding look and action Poor man! in town yesterday with It. O. McLsau list of long names in his citalrgue cf Dalntom, London, K Mah 11, 18S1. I am ao rorry for him. lie will tight the Mrs E.P.Os!ey,MrJ. W. M. Uogle and Druggists and Booksellers, (Contlnujd from latt Unit) truth, when we are gone, and only injure thar Interior; Our little town shows symptom! of be- your charming better half spent Friday hlmielf. Hut the LOUD haa bleased Ertlh ing W. H. Wherrilt. " Tiiuiiay. Fb. 23 h Tho aain iu the throe of improvement. with Mrs. and Annie Wray, ofMisses Jennie in apite of nil hindrance, ami we live with Richards Stanford, are and "Primitive Mr tliodi.tp" are The quiation of ertctiug a town hall an "feeble folk" iu Erllrt, with typical little bounding gratitude and 107 becauie he aent institution the need of which haa long visiting Misi Hannah Ileazley. Sam Walhouae of worablp, quite large enough for ui hence. Herbert. KJith, Katie, Harry, been fell i now seriously mooted by souse ton has returned from a business visit to their wantaund very nuR rooraa for Hible "Uro. Dick" and the l)iowntuck to ue to of our most enterprising citizens. Such a Covington and New York. Sam is maklidding., uch ia otira, with limited at- - the last, and held tip our hand lrvelr building would be both ornamental and ing arrangements to handle tobacco en a ttndance. Our anal corifteealiona com For which (tod bleea thetu. A nrrcioua uieful and could, no doubt, b made a pay- larger scale thia year. ! fight-"- all forlablr fill the amill ctiapela. About 100 Tictorv for Jeua after a hard ing investment. Let uagel out of our fosBetting is the incident of racing, and alalong the line " and Edward George I he it the eallng capacity of either silized stale, that we may be able to pre- ways will be. While under the control "Ct)Dgregationllt" are .ttonger and have Wood and Charley Cheyae came down to sent attractions to thorn seeking locations of the proper officials, its influence ia not FOR THE a large airy chuicb, .eiting 7 or 8 t.umlred. tho clolng service and acrted ua back to for burines or pleasure. Oor merchants are to be feared in the least, but when it privThia la fairly filled at night, but not crowd- the city, like the faithful "body guard" supplied with goi'd, our mtchsnic skilful ileges yield jockey clubs such enormous they are. ed. The Itipllsla have ft iraall chapel ftl.n, To day we began in their craft, our churches numerous and revenue as to render them dependent up Pt'NDAV, Miroh tind doori to tie, hut declined to open their at the Primitive Methodic chapil in Cale- commodious, our school provisions abun- on it, then it influences their action, stands our firat eervice in Krith, a month or donian KomI, Holloway Parixh. Thli la dant, our hotel accommodations excellent, with a sword drawn to stab every 'attemptmore ago, waa held theie. Something uneaaily reached from our Shacklewell Lane livery stables euperior, the surrounding ed turf reform, and its effect is to be dread-eknown aoured on paitor or pople. Unlike Spirit of the Time. lodging., where we are again auugly domi country highly cultivated; but we need Dartford or Htxley Heath, we have no Carl Schurz writes, declining the prodied. We return every time with the frth a place for assembling lor secular buainesa, gyro na thy from the minlatrra here. Kven Let us have a posed $100,000 testimonial. He sty that . r ,u. r....,o.ilnn.l rSureli. c"Ticuonitiai we nave tne uret n,uginKa or healthful recreation .1. t any town hall. considered while able to labor he would feel embarchT " held. U only In -- v,.,. nl.hi ! In a flying trip through a portion of rassed by being the recipient of such & rate we are "happy a the day ia long" in out of accord with our too plainly, this county and a part of C.vey I was favor. them. Excellent congregation morning M Hut hia deacon and aume prominent memThe paMor, Ilrj. Tnulam, struck with the unprectdented backward, ami and night ber, were taken with the "new goe pel," aremaa good brother, full of zeal, but o tiers of farming opeiatians generally, JASIEN II. McCKEAICY f inflated onoflerinB the church. Thia lack oourae not accuatomed to our way. The Since the cessation of frott the ground has Is a Candidate for Coorew la th Hlglitb Dl.trkt, cooperation on the part of the tnlnlatrra of been too wet for the plough, country roads sutijscl to the will oltb Democracy. Yet the woid hai building ia a nice one, splendidly located are simply terrible, and ia crippling of ootirae. even the turnpikes ami everything but a congregation. The lutwilhalandlng wonderfully "frceoour.e," will nut come to n cjurch regu- are in some places so bad tho gates have : handicap, and la filling many Uvea with a "imHt,.', lar or ill. 'Pilling. "ParaotM" are odiotta to been thrown open. A ir;e crowd attendMILT,WOOI FARM, Mnr. 18, 1S81. joy and peace unknown beW the people at large. Alai! the devil ha. ed the rale at Middlrburg on Friday. As i: between the Furst tfc A vialt to Krith Pariah In a (rial on 1113 farm y Totiik I'l'tiLK I hate rst.Mlthol a new hia victim "atraitly ahut up." Even dear I left before it was concluded I failed to ct luiinei ill the nisrcbantlle Unit. I will CnHHCtly mill Cliuinpioii Sulkoy PIohh, I made the choice of the ut for cur mile walk It it near the Moody only toiichtt the outakirla of the get a reort. So fsr as I noticed, cattle oflr ray entire atockof goods on aut alter tbe lit CJHASIPIO.V, for the bank of the Thame, and on the oulalirla reasniH (hut it i easier handled, better great crowd'. Hia prodigiou congfegi- - sold well other things were not in much dr uf April at au adTtuco of mejutt.ay here, once coiiNtriictcd, ciiIb a cleaner, deeper tmd wider furrow and of the village. tinn arc largely made up nf christian and demand. Tne ctowd was a highly re.ject-b!- e Only 5 Per Cent. Above Cost & Carriage. 2:e noil better. for all. that our work Kt 1.0 manner 0f BEX. SPALDING. one, seeming to be made up mainly of ' ret pectable Mnner. I he "ma-i- ' are liaomelhlng tint bat nerer ben done by any encouragement from the Church of Enintelligent and orderly citizens. Thlt ttor and will certainly attonlib erery body retail not reached by any, to any great extent' substantial, gland. Much a. 1 luonr and even love it, when thry oil and exauiiue my goodt and find The "churche are aluioot iimIuh to ;atliei No distutbance occurred anil no boh-ltout 1117 prlcrt Thlt It no humbug and to pro re there la no reonie (riti thl "mother them. Middleburg is nisi 1 atu in earuoi, please can ana examine my ons conduct wai witnessed lock. :B per c.nUlu caib sired by all who will church" to in or an; i J- - tit'ide her "Tlnreh thacbutcti, certainly happy in the possession of a good patronltt uie. l'lrat remember that I Mil atrlct-l- y Tbrre It tbt My reidcra can well underaland Highest pain. torcnh fttK Inteiuok Jouhsal is pa'd tor all or llo,ulalent. produce. market price community. kind ot country therefore, from ho latjo a proportion rf All x?roin Indebted to ma will pleaw coal forYwu wont w the highly appreciate! s fr as known among , ol! ' ward at one aud pay oS tbelr accounts, as I nsed the community thia cuU in off, except aa Sid ver.ion but true, too trtul Our this teople. One great obstacle iu the way tbe fundi. Thanki for patt fttori, Ktipecttully, wc can reach iaolated individual who take MM miwion at thi point i to latt but reven of its more general circulation there M the If. 31. HO II A rtV.Crab Orchard. th re.Knibllity and trouble of over.tep-pin- daye. Manv of the dear HitigK e people una:countabIe ami detention unnemairy The bounda and ,coailnn to hear were down at night end our good friend of the mail Surtly this thing can be rem l.conaider-V.of- number of lhee to ome place Mr. Dr. Utiry from New Hirnct. A pleaa-an- t edied. Threisno valid justification for l.nl- with the mo't. Il la nuite audi -i nucleii. of ftmihar face to begtu with holding a mail three or four daya in tran...... . . . . .. . .. -- , , ,n u., Clem mil "my rec.or, f sit brtweeii Stanford and Middleburg. The f ' ,JCf theae inform al riir.tn" ill.eoiintenance MONIUV, March 4'h. Every day now blading footsteps of the timber fiend are Erith church, prettily re might be kept as an "anniversary," until gathering.. at pubW. everywhere apparent on the bald and Tbe h.in of the late tb M. Fair will llon hlgbeit LlJJtr, lic auction to stored, of late, at large expense, ia one of V4 hadaauuny "festivalt" a the Komiah barren hill that rtite their gbaitly heads the ancient landmark of thia wondroua or English churcbet combined. This day sbjc the valleys of Oreen Kiver, Carpen Thursday, April 10th, 1884, Harona are aaid to country of relic. The we landed in Oreat Ilrltain an epoch ever ter's Creek, &c. A recilet spirit of dethe Middleburg A. have aaaembled in it for conference after memorable to us all. How ccrowdid with struction seems to have swept over those Hit Karui sear Mt. Kalem.ODptk, TurDsriTllU Hunnymetle and Magua Charts, wreated blessing the year jut past. How good i gigantic and grand old forests and sacrificed Containing About 485 Acres of Land, from the tyrant King John "Our God!" upon the attar of insatiate gretd and im for our usube put up Brit In lour lota. Lot No. I contatna We ran up to London Needing a little "run," George Wood, mediate gain the priceless treasures with To M0 Acrri, 30 Acrti la wheal, 15 In corn latt about with the dear "Working Wom- Charley Chey.e and I went Mo the Tower ISO al service year, nothtDgon It. Lot No. Z contains which nature had crowned these mimic Acrei, all In gran, Including dwelling ofabout 8 noun, en." We have Increasing joy in bringing of London and saw many things we had which alone relieved and two good barm and all necesiar; outbuilding!, mountains and Lot No 3 contain! about 120 Acres, all In grata. the full gospel to these "toilers for a seen before, with some new and before tin-- I beautified their arid desolation. There Lot No. 4 contains about 75 Acres, in graM Said about a appreciative They are the tbe pike. noticed Charley had leave of absence un will be a fearful reckoning, in the not far lot Met onIjlng west aide of tldnot the And tben all plko will b on the east tbe land lltteners a we evrr have always geutle til Monday night, and did not go to meetput up together, and the bid rettlilng the wott distant future, for the needless destruction send-in- g I will accented. A'so IOO or 500 Acreit DEALEtt IN and grateful. Praise the 1.0 !ID fcr ing with us. We left him at 102 with ma- which has raged during the last few years. inoner l.nnitH to Ik told In parcels. of llinbi-roi- t cash, ', In 12 months us thus, to Hi own dear "poor." The ma to be surely "oil"' for G Portland Place The land will be told lor llorae Shoes Groceries, HiKldlcs, 2 yean, tbe Hartlwnre, The internal revenue receipts of the TDit tbe balance In and a lien with interett on one LOUD gave me a new sermon on "Sam- in a "few minutes" or the "governor would retained Thlt Is IVnMn, twulatt pajiufuts Iron, tneciiHtrare, KtiKy lVhipft, count;, livs son' Kiddle." while speaking In Jewin at, make n row." Wliui wc came back Char-- 1 Government for the past eight mouths were oftbebfat Stock l'ariua In Lincoln timber, good ISr7e?y Wheels, Stoves, Cnno 91111s, llnrucss, watered, convenient to well, it well and another on "Christ our Wisdom," at ley was still in tho parlor, with overcoat $78,000,320, n falling off of $18,451,200 roada. railroads, churches, Ac. 1'osseulon Rlren Grates, Spokes, Cider Mills, L.ai Covers, Immedlaleir At Ilia fame ttiue wo will sell all Aldersgate to day, both of which I thank. and ersiinal pmcrt', consisting of 31 head good lti lUiue, donnca two notn am! .1 from the same time iu Corn Shellcrs, Collars, Stouownre, k'o . .. auu .10 my a ou torn mr u inuuwi-3-- liftilM w. I. ...I. " itomug LAiiie; uae iHeii ruiir bel0, ' !n execUtUn of instant long jearllngt, I jokn ofOieu 2 milk Cow., 2 ulf . work making connections, but by llorm..s, ft tat Hos. t So and I'lp. aloiit 80 barrel Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and ,.' n.irtura. It ended in his gelling off at half ofl'orn. 5 ittclsnf liar, I pair of Fairbanks bcitfi, ... IinteiioR adieux sre most anil irutt on the Hajr KakesnJall Hie running Inipleineuta. all muncniiiKuufr.. Cast Fnmps, and tho Celebrated llayfleld Elevator. Tin F.oof-ingatiant 11 . for the" , tbe liousehuldanv Kitchen furniture, about 1.200 train, we kui back to Erith in lime is iiuile "one of the latmh comical. Gu;teriaj will have prompt attention. the MiddlefU of teavined Lumber, U iharra in l,00)ioundi burg A Tiirrcrttlls Turnpike llo;d, r. M. Hible lteadins. Ocod meeting!', all iiw. and always n wtlcjme visitor, with DltUGGIST, of Meat, Ac, The puraonat property will be told 1 l it and not a bit weary. fin teamen Johu tour, 10 ou a credit of 6 ruotillis, with Interest on all turns Jr. his bright fa:e imd cherry ways. orer $10; that aruouut and under, i.vli. Anyixr-to- n 29th A quiet day with . - yj nttendance to night fcr the cm gain any inlormatlon dctired In regard to .. -" ll .... ln0,. unie.,,n. the Lands lir cslling on or addressing ri. U. ll,e blaniuus, ami S. McKinney, McKinney, Ky.. or (I. O. to a severe strain bjr liouaekeeiilnil nml (23(5.td) Fair, Middleburg, Ky. "Will beRsri a fortnight's miion, yesterthe arrival of a number of tbe tlesr llexlejr day, in Fivrnborounb, Kent, and we hope Everything TJsually';Pound in a Pirat-Clas- s Heathers (not heathens, as your typos will he will have a i;rHt b'e in,--, He ipeaks Drug Store. warned) at be sure to print it unless timely of a hopeful becinniPf; and intticited trirtn i the last moment; but she bore tlm strain Drug, .McdlcIniM, Hooks, Stationery, (fsutlnued tint liiue.) most orjoyablj umphantly, ar.il we had the Fancy nnd Toilet Articles, AND There was a gentleman in Warrenton of reunions around her plwant looking for news from Kgypi ,3XKGrcZZ.'P,L.'l 'KK SH'JL, one day last weoV, n resident of Glarcock Toya, Confectionery, Fevetlsh Faints, Oils U'lii-uitm--e ilyna-mit- e county, who is doubtless the worst burnt nnd much excitement over the (LpyiSVILLE &NASHVILLERTfdy Groceries, i"" explosion at Viclorli lMlway Sta- person to be alive on record. He was .in A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, embracing evthe cnnftT tion anil discoveries of infernnl machine burning oil' a new ground on his farm last Garden Seeds iu Bulk aud Papers, Siberything from the Cheapest to the Finest Suites. No fttC'ltarinir. Cross and rrtddlngton Sutlons. vear, And from overheat or some other ley's Garden Seeds at 2Jo per papor. need to o to the large cities to make your purchases, no matter 23a tf Oa.ntous articles iu the mortiiiiR l'acrs, calJHe fej in a fitbj the ide of a burn'inu what quantify or quality you want, as can and will duplicate not nliasint readltiR for an American, by i0J.j,esp. While in this unconscious con- -.1 any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. AL ..i.. ;.... i.x. ii tli'ion one of his legs was entirely burnt tracing me any mesn'j a full assortment of Collins, Caves, (Shrouds aud Robes, embrac l.plf.ur.1 Manasseb. The Krith Tima of. off between the ankle unit kuee, and up to ing all tho New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware rooms vicious little n,uib tbe knee-join- t ovury ptrticlu of the flesh today bad a most The combined Stallion, opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. AMalluli (ileucos, will our work, that showed a bsd was burned away, leaving the bone perfectagainst u and mako tho present season nt my stable. 2 miles temper in the editor, but inflicted no barm ly caked. Tbe leaden of tbe other leg from llustonTlllo on the warworn an weru burnt to a crisp, and between the onus. Full attendance trom llustonrllle and Liberty Turnpike I toad, at Our dear Katie King knee and foot the scarred skin clings tightHexley. well a fidr-Ajoined Uro. Geddes church Usl nigbt, after ly to tho bone. Notwithstanding his mis AVithout Change and with Speed Unrivaled relieved fortune, however, he contrive to make an duo examination, nnd feels quite AND QUICKEST ROUTE SHORTEST Is passed. All I honest living by drawing shingles. War- Money due when tlis mire prorej to be In foal or is now that the awful ordenl rROU LOUISA 1LLK TO 1IIK traded. With only two months' handling he trot-te- d the churches would let young renton (Qa.) Record. eay latitat If IPHARMACISTS a mile In2 13 on a track It) sjejads low, and Mr.llarrs I'm", one of tile driven, aiyi luoulJ convert In as easily a tho Apostles did, V. Ilillentneyer, tho lis w.intel to. lis is a thowu2 3)gneaay linn II. DKALKRt Ii- have I Inrsj and an vs:tr.i brcsler, bit coltt on the day of Pcnlicost, they would of this county, says that ,the No. aaldls being naturally KUeJ and of due alas and atyln. again. The harder tho nurseryman PULLMAN CARS J2&SS. fewer to turn out Books, ilewas tired by Jo Elmo; ho by St. Kino, hs by religion," tho peaches nnd fine cherries are totally killed Alexin ler'a Ablitlah, br llytlyke'i Mainbletoi-Ian- ; Little dock, Montgomery. Atlauta, Sarannab, time one has in "getting inHo bile, and New Orleans. JackionTillt, Jo ICImo'i dnm by Mambrino Moaienger, by I only thia seaton, and tho grapes very badly daui by Willis l) by Mambrltio I'aymiitsri sooner will "backsliding come." lint rbyiyclana' preset lnttona accuratoly compounded straw- Foreigner, ha by Imp. lit (ilencoe. Wllllo D.'a dam proteH In tho way jured, The applee, raspberries and BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Alto utter this brief passing filetioe. berries are uninjured, aud there will bo a Starlight, br t'ueroltei, his dam by Imp, dam by a L'hanga. Cart Without In gocd in I Mtarliiiht'a dam iiyuiii WoolpKkor, 2d JKWELEKN1I of testimony. It will do no Lexington saddle liorw pwlgree unktnwn: 3d dim wai large crop of each of them. EAST known as tha DoubloheaJ and llumrd uuro. thir- That wwalts the "Coming One PreH. ougbbred. I will alt) stand my Mae Jack, "thoroughly Fron LoatiTllla In Palace Cara without change, will with fan In lund"-w- ho Carter's Little Liver Pills are free from Messed meetLargeBt Stock of "Watches, Seeklnc liomeaontlie purge his threshing floor." Concen all crude and irritable matter. LllllUnAri lO line ot thia road will Clocks, Jowclry & Slhcrware and night. receive iptclal low ratea ings afternoon On time tertui for mares; will terve Jtnnets on nnd Will trated medicine only; very small; very prime termt. Me It 13k ban It high, brown Agtnti ot thlt t'on pny fnr ratrt, riittn be U)w'thJ Eier brought to tbti market. Trlcea Jewtlry Kaw Satukday, March lst.-W- lfo 1. A. C. P ATMJHt, G. P. Ac.crwrlle action with mealy Wairhn. Clocka and ih. dinner, with easy to takf ; no pain; no griping; no purg- itrlctlr barduots, uni for tlo, atyle ani himself It Inulrtvlllo, Ky. a to bsat. and baa proren ill palred on abort uotlce and. Warrantau went battle to the city before Hi) Biol brecdjr. E.ti. VI) WELL. and the little ing. our traveling lmpdlmena, nlcrioronrnaI Camp-bellsvlll- e, WALL PAPER I TRIMMED READY TO PUT ON t rHA.rsi3 'mis rjouiv McROBERTS STAGG'S "Wes-lejrina- OPERA MOUSE IfiliOCK, STANFORD ANOTHER VICTORY! -- THE CHAMPION SULKY PLOW. d. nr miiti. ,, gol. Mn' The Furst & Bradley Weighed iu the Bal ances and Found Wanting Tlxe Cassedy a,l$o IPlowedL 1 Read What a Practical Lincoln Go Farmer Says about it SOMETHING NEW. tt-- Under lo-tla- Cii-.rc- ij. llratllej, tnras r GEO. B. "WE AREIVT . Agt., Stanford !El.G JtXj aJrIjIEj ju g s.ii.i: :.. LAND, STOCK, &C. I have received and am still receiving NewGoods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley to-da- W. H. HIGGINS I nd , de-li.- rn Cr,I Peacock ii 1 riuiiA,j" uj ....., lt .,..,,,.,. HUSTONVILLE, KY. jtrti,t, Hock-rrur- s. lid l3fA 1, XD WBSSWL UNDERTAKER. ! Parlor I tea-labl- o y Iealei- in Through Trunk Line j ei''"" ABDALLAHjrLENCOE. 4w StRTlTHlFTbTHE '5sssa 2CsaSaaigtlOToIXSmiE x coir, mmj JL 4WP A If -- S well-know- SOUTH & WEST Drugs, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. bob Mcelroy, i i.t .WC. . i i i V f LARCAHTKB ABUKTIftKltKiiTft. The Senate confirmed Mrs. Kaie TliE long continued inilsdministration Starti-tEtt- tt kin gntcriorloumal of tho law and the defiant attitude of the Cockran aNotarv Pubhe. ii. P. WAirjsjt 1) 13 IV 'J.' 1 WJL. A bill making it a limbic offense to with the apparent hopeltemess I.ANCA8TKK, KY. of speedy remedies, climaxed Friday night sell a bushel ol coal at less than 70 pounds OfBre orrr Cltlttni NMIonil lUuk. OMre hoan April 1, 1884 Btaaford, Ky., from 8 to 12 a. m. tod from to ft r. m. in an uprieal of the people of Cincinnati has passed the House. The railroad fence bill, as it pa.ed who beciged the jail and sought to bitter a. m. nuinarr. l. r, iii'iuiLB. W. P. WALTON. down its doors for the purpose of securing the House, provides only for fencing in IlUDUIiB & BUItDBTT. the 25 murderers and swinging them to approaches to bridges, fills, tunsels, cuts ATTOHN13VH A.T XiA."V, LAKCA8TEU, KY. Rtilrosds complying yoted to build branch convenient lamp posts. The immediate and embankments. The Home has Will nricltre Id ClirriM ind ullnlnlrp rcunllM very properly no doubt, but cause of the outburst waa the finding of with the law are released from responsind Court I Appmli Office lu tot itctltuon block, penitentiary, y rvuin oiat ruDIIC equirr. as jet it hits made no arrangement for the Berner guilty only of manslaughter, when bility of stock injured. A bill has been offered in the Houe, larRO numassisting in he had confessed to aiding and proGtibl employment of tbe ber of coutIcU in excess of thoee who can the murder of his employer, Kirk, for mon at Frankfort, fixing the salaries of the work in the prefect prison. There are now ey, which was evenly divided between hlnfl Judges of the Court of Appeals at $5,000; about 1.100 confictn or some 600 more than and an accomplice. The citizens hvl met Chancellor and Vice Chsncellor at Louisnn tin nrnnerlr used inside iti wall. in Music Hall in (he early part of the ville, euch $3,000; the Chancellor in Camp-be- ll county, $3,O0C; each Judge ol a Cir"Wkat therefore to do with the others be night and had passed strong resolutions of . and the pecu- cuit Court, $3,000; each Judge of a Crimn imiMirt&nt question which the censure against T;iaiiirc nhould decide at once. It is liar methods resorted to by their lawyers inal Court, $2,000; each Common Please estimated that the branch penitentiary will to save them. After the meeting adjourned Judgo, $3,000. Col. Talbott's bill to tax liquor dealcost $760,000 and that it will take six or some one shouted, "Let's go to the jail and outfor the benefit of tbe common schools, ers eichtteard to complete it, since but $15V hang them!" and soon thousands of nnn ' nt)ronriatd by the bill. Another raged people were hammering and batter- ws rejected and instead of it, the House appropriation cannot be made fortwoytars. ing at the doors. They were unable to get passed Mr. Adair's substitute, which pro Formerly with D. II. Cahpe.nter, Catlettsburg, Ky., has opeuod in tho A year will probbly Manse before tbe at the prisoners, however, and being re- vides that tax licenses shall hereafter be by the polled and sheriffs poise, a as follows: On license to keep tavern, otoro ltoom work begins, should the Senate concur in sisted the bill, and then oot ovnr 200 convicts can number were killed and wounded, To $10; if with privilege to retail vinous or IIAVKwork on the building as the appropriation arm themselves, the mob broke jnto gun malt liquors, $50; if with privilege to reOiiTVe stores and armories and completely gutted tail spirituous liquors, $100. cannot gie more than that numbjr JUitoIy Making Extenthem. All day Saturday the mob stood house keepers, merchants and druggists There will therefore be 500 idle convicts sullenly and at ni'uht agtin renewed the must pay for selling vinous or mall liquand it will cost $G0,0G0 or $75,000 a year attack. By this time several reginunta of ors, $50; spirituous liquors, $100 The Main Street, STANFORD, KY., ft New, Elegant nml Deeirnblo lino ol to npportthtm. We learn that the State militia had been ordered to the scene and tax goes into tho,revenue proper and not by contemplated dot not own any of the machinery within of them the mob, estimated at from 15,000 to the school fund as walls eacept the boiler and engines. to 30,000 strong, demanded the murderer Col. Talbott's bill. It is estimated that the This would necesitate an immediate ex- and thoee of the mob who had been cap it will increase the revenue $175 000, the And now havo tho Beit Stock in Cet penditure of about $30,000. Nor does the tured the night before. It waa refuted and city of Louisville aloue paying $38,000. tral Kentucky. They havo Parlor Bute own a suit of convict's clothf s nor a the battle commenced. The court-hoiuand Bed Room Seti, Carpet. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS pair of shoes. This would necessitate an- which is said to have cost millions, was Cane and Penitentiary Small-pois epidemic al Shelbyville, other immediate expenditure of fay $10,-00- fired and its entire contents, with one of Ky. The section of the town infected is Chain, Marble Top, At least $20,000 would be required the finest law libraries in the country, conCentre Stand & Exquarantined. for material before a particle of work taining 15,000 volumes, destroyed, the mob tension Tables, 9 The throueh tiain from the City of could be done. Here would be $60,000 ex- refusing to allow tbe fire companies to go to Woven Wine. Cot arrived, five days Mexico to Chicago has pended at once, and at least $60,000 addition the rescue. A great deal of other proper ten Top and H air Mat from its'departure. idle convicts, or ty was destroyed and the total number of al during the year for the , trenes. Folding Bed Loun-ge- i, It cost within a small fraction of $400-- Receutly purchased in New York, nt prices that aro conceded to bo utterly To this add the appro killed is reported at 45 and the wounded at 20 0COinayear. Beds & Cots, Wardrobes Sunday 000 to run the city of Covington last year. beyond nil competion. No old or shopworn goods, but priation for the branch prison and tbo ap- ab3Utl25on both sides. All dy and Sofas, and Everything Eli Commonwealth. propriation, $300,000, for the proposed tbe militia continued to arrive and by Kept in a First-clas- s Fnrniture Store- killed The House of Representative new capital and the appropriation, $100,-e0O,t- o night the entire available force of the State Bill by the the Whisky Bond Exten-iodangerfJranuliitcMl Nupir the Ohio river sufferers and we have was on hind, their number and their Gattlim: vuns and cannon, surprising vote of 155 to 3 an accumulation of $400,000 on the cur ous-looking Prof. Whipple the tkcuiionist, and rent annual revenue, besides thi existing awing the mob into retirement, and at last Capt. R. A. Johnston, of D II lhldwin C3-- 3FL. debt of $400,000 referred to by the Govern accounts all was quiet. At first the crowd A Co., are dead at Louisyille. on door in his late message. Then add the seemed composed of citizens intent E. P. Dickey of Covington, a lirge We intend making our stay permanent in Stanford, and as wo havo a buyer J120.000 for the Tenitentiary clothingt ing what the law had failed to do, but it stock dealer has lied with $15,000 belongliving in New York, always on the alert hunting u, up drives, we food, eoachinery, &c , and an increase of soon ioolved ittelf into a howling, pluntontifllV, Kr .Clnclnntll, O. idJ IfrlUBipolU, will be able to offer you from timo to limo robbery. ing to Louisville and Covinglcn psrties Ind , JrlffiD Hlfloj A Nwi', IrWr llrca.', 10 cents on the hucdred dollars will be dering mob, intent on murder and Gov. McLane, of Maryland, has ve llilnt', J, A C Klwhrr, Vw A K,y llilA Id A The like of its doings hs never bren witMin to meet the demand. Are the (u'iCollig. t'qunri-- J1eo nessed before in this country, not even in toed the bill recently passed by the Legislaaljb Half,l'prlht ami M lUulilon Pbonlm.r people of Kentucky ready for all tbie? al prltrt ill Urma to toll ture reducing tbe price of marriage licensivin'i git joar ordrri till jiu gt our By the existing lease the convicts can the Solid South and it is only excelled by es from $4 50 to CO cents. jm-troprirra ted Urni. outbreaks' in Paris. It be worked on railroads but at present oper-lion- s the Communistic The Orsipee, announced as tbe finest has been a fearful le'ion to Cincinnati, but on them have virtually ceased. if it teaches its dirpeniers of the Isw that ship in the navy, tried two short trips, run What then is to be done to prevent the aground twice, snd burst a steam condenIncoming a dead weight on the State? crime must be punished, it will net have ser. An investigation is expected. been in vain. We take special prido in asking all to call and examine our goods, and feel The solution seems to be for the Legislature A terrible prairie fire swept Castle-to- n IXNOTIAXCE! confident by strict attention to business and having goods nt tho right Berner, the fellow whose light sento follow the lead of Tennessee, Alabama, Township, Reno county, Kas., during prices, to merits share of your patronage. so amend the tence caused the mob in Cincinnati, wis Georgia and Virginia and enu- Sevcn'First-Olas- s a high wind Thursday, destroying an imAs we are very busy opining and nnanging our stock, havo ouly time to Companies present laws as to permit convicts to work spirited away on a night train, but the mense amount of valuable property. merate n few of ou many bargains: coal mimes. They need not come in news of his coming got wind and at Love-lan- d in 1 In the V. S. Senate Friday, the Coman attempt was made to capture and mitted on Woman' Suffrage reported a conflict with any of the pretent free labor-er- a ItMra J. .Tf. I'll It. It'S, .ltff.,,blnford. in that line, sinrc they could be made lynch him Daring the excitement Bur joint resolution, proposing n woman's suf to open new nines and thus develop onr un- ner got away and the mob taking one of frage amendment to the Constitution. surpassed wealth ol slumbering resources. tho guard for him nearly killed him beThe Lexington .ldierdr has leen Until the branch penitentiary is built some fore they found out their mistake. After bought by Mayor P P. Johnson, who will Towelint-s- , Aci HTAMOItl). KY arrangement mift be made and it strikes us remaining loose all night he was glad to make it a farm and stock journal, under Prints, Muslins, Ginghams, Shirtings, Jeans, Tablo Linens, and most popular brands at extronialy low price. We deof all the best that this is the most advantageous. The get back into the custody of the officer the title of "'17e Bine Gran Stockman and W. P. WALTON, . - Proprietor. sire to call the Ladies' undivided attention to n present lessees, who we understand can can- and when the friendly doors of the Colum Farmer " cel their existing lease in October, might be bus penitentiary closed on him, he was the ai o( bUf,KN. Lliul r Friday was a bad day for murderer. at Mia l rrj Prating farltjr. Including rallwy,bn. MO. happiest man that ever suffered that dis- Five were worked off at Tcmtslone, irdactd to continue with the above ItMXHMldp ratra to tfood altrartX.Ba Addrm m abort. At any rate it is impossible to grace. The train he escaped from wa Sumpter, S. C, another at one at crowd 1,100 men into the present penittn-tiar- y stopped at a dczen stations by men intent Piacerville, Cal , and still another at Sin without endangering their lives un- on taking his worthier and forfeited life. Bernardino, Cal. College. necessarily; so as a matter of mercy as well e houee of the The The Louisville Expedition is now a fix aa of economy, we hope the Legislature ed factand it will throw open its doors Aug. Chemical Works, al Tompson's The acknowledged standard of Furopo and America." Never sold for less icy. will exLmine into the feasibility ofthis 15th for CO days. Each citiun of the Point, N J., exploded, six men being kill than one dollar. At the extravagantly low price of seventy fivo cents suggestion without delay. State should see how much he can con- ed including the president, superintendent each. These goods are all warranted genuine and perfect. With a Full Corps or Teachers, tribute to the succer, instead of, as in and compounder. "We copy the following from the MounThe I. S. steamer Humphreys left tain JTtrald, published at Hinton, W. Va , some towns, threatening to coycou the Tbli Inilllullon will optn lit Thlrlruth Hfaalou St. Louis with one hundred thousand raon the 2d Monday In .ViiuUr wit. where a small portion of our life was pass- city if it is held. Cincinnati holds one piiblinheil eve-- v yeir and we have henrd of no fu-- s tions for sufferers by the fbods on the ed: "The Imehiok Journal, AM, Til K UHANCHKH OK A Lower Miseiesi pi. The steamer General at Stanford, Ky , by Wm. P. Waltou, wa being raised on that account Barnard follows with a similar carco. damaged by fire bet week to the amount Sprcinl attention will bo paid to THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUnSE complete assortment. The Bjattyville Entcrprite favors the in We intend keeping a Cummins, convicted Erasmus of $1,000 the loss being fully covered by in the bill ti exempt all new railroads from Ladies', Mieseu and Children's fine work. Lowest prices will prevail. Ara taught, M well m Bracken county, for an unprovoked muraurance. Mr. Walton, the editor of the Uxation for ten years because tbe increas der, has had his petition for a rehearing MUBIO, THK LANOUAOEH. D1IAW-IN- O paper, was a sucuaslul contractor on the ed value of the lards alone such roads AND PAINTING. refused by the Court of Appeals and it C. 4CR.R duting its construction and would more than makeup for the Iops of n The I.ntemoii Joun-jca- i. taxation S i stvs everyone who wishes to only remains for Gov. Knott to fix thed.y hue. is of execution. ia one of the best papers published in see the resources of the Slate developed. Prince Leopold, Dake of Albany, In Tuition, rrl" rang tram tn to ao in tu Kentucky." We thank you, brother Dr. Oale does not seem to be much youngest son of Qieen Victoria, died sudr.Ktilar Irartu.iita. IViniar;, m, q this line we can eell you goods nearly atyourownprice. Hoys' good wool ISU, I'rriaralojy, 40, and ColWlato, InttrmMllalu concluding remarks. Thorn peon, for your tSO. frightens 1 over the probable result of the in denly at Cannes, of internal hemorrhage. " Hata from ten to fifty cents. Men's from twenty fivo to sixty cents. The estimate of our damage was made the vestigation of the criminal mismanagement For full particular. a to Hoard, Like proportion in finer goods. always been weakly, but not too morning after the fire, when it was suppos- of the Anchorage Asylum He went eff He had aim, h. v. iiirKMiAHT,Ac.aJdrt. .riM-i)- . weak to draw the $120,000 pension that the Manfnrd. Llnroln Co.. Kr. ed one of tbe brick walla of our building tnl got marrivd the other dsv were taxed to give him English people would have to come down, but the insurInstead of fl gging bad boys, the teach- yearly, for no service whatever. adjusters decided to the contrary and ance DANVILLE The Court of Appeals reversed the We ofJer Six Cord Soft Finish Machine Thread, equal in every respect to in some of the schools in Scotland dote only considered the damage $175, which ers them with cantor oil and they don't find decision of the Franklin Circuit Court in O. N. T., and two hundred yard on n spool, warranted, Clark's waa paid. time for mischief or attending school the case of tbe Trustees of the Frankfort at just one half price, two spools fur five cents or is said that betting is the fool's aign-xnen- t, It public schools as well as for all the comeither for the next few hour1. thirty cents per tit zen. back but whn a man Is willing to mon Bchools of the State against the State We are soiry for Cincinnati but she his judgement with his money, there is a Lcr Auditor. Tbe attorneys for the schools certainty that he ia in dead earnest. A brought it on herself. It is time for to stop holding up the Uw will appeal to the Supreme Court of the We invite country merchnnts and peddlers to visit us, as you will surely find republican Congressman, who is a great papers now something you can use to advantage. United Slates. Manufacturer! of friend of Mr. Arthur offers publicly to abiding North against the ignorant and Commissioner Eracs has written a vicioua South. of $10,000 that he will be nominated wager letter In regard to the difficulty in collect-inDoors, .Niihli, ISIIihIn, IVIimIov We thought it would come. The for rieeident. We hardly surmise, howdebts from the implojees of the govs Gazette charges that the ever, that the same individual would be so ernment, their salaries not being attacha.Hold-Iiik- h, and Door of the mob were from Covington and recklecs as to bet the same amount that he ble. He says, while be decs not intend to be elected, if the democrats nominate Newport. will make his office a collection bureau, he We buy and sell strictly for cash and by having a buyer constantly in tho h'croll .S'litr a good man, en a strong tariff reform platCincinnati ha been in the habit of shall regard persistent refusal t? pay honest Eastorn markets, enjoy advantages that nil others do not. form. bragging on her festivals, but she is not debts as sufficient cause to reccommend Work, Turn- No oue, if they consult their own interests, will think of buying AUksl Emmett Logan, who doted on apt to be very proud of her riot festival. dismiitsal. cures, no longer manages the editorifaith The amount of whisky that must be LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Iiik JLiitlio Work, al columns of the Xtui Journal, elee this taken out of bond between now snd the Mr. Rigney presented a bill to inappeared in it: "That would never have March, 2,000,-00- 0 1st of August isis follows: Flooring. Celling, WcaHf rrjuvenated idiocy known as "faith cure" corporate Gravel Switch and Liberty Turngallons; April, 3,000,000 gallons; May, ia making rapid headway in the Esst and pike Road Company, gallons; June, 3,300,000 gallons; erhoanliiig, Dressed LtimlHr The Home ban passed a bill which 3,200,000 ha a bratch" asylum in this city. ONI July, 2,900,000 gallons; total, 14,400,000 maids should leave faith cures alone and provides that all mortgages must be sworn gallons. The aggresate tax to be paid on Until they havo examined our goods or learned prices. An inspection And other- to by the partie to make them valid. stick to paregoric." ia solicited, whether purchaser are intended or not. Five million this total is $12,900,000. Not sitifijl with piying the heirs Clnv ifKftiT has anrointed Col. C. 35 gallons were withdrawn, and the tax paid of Judge Payne 300 for services he never Bowman to fill out the unexpired leim of months of December, January, rendered, tbe Legislature is now about to during tho the late Mrs. Cook, State Librarian, and it appropriate and February, and is now on the market. 12,000 to the widow of Cecil, Alio Doalori In ia understood that be will give the salary A negro named John F. Clarke, claimlate Register of the Land office. truing from the t fGce to her childien. The the Louisville Labor represent There being so many duties connected ing to appointment gives general satisfaction, es inciting the Georgia newith the oflioe cf Librarian, that a woman Union, has been pecially in thin lection, where tbe Colo: el Under St, Asaph Hotel, groes by incendiary speeches to arm themcan not attend to, the House has created selves and demand higher wageB from the ia so well and favorably known. another offico at $G0O a year, to do these people. He has been forming secret socle-tirCall on ui or wrllo for prlct-- i We kien n )ri. The Cincinnati 2fcw Journal wa. not so extra chores, when the assistant Librarian, which many of the negroes have joinlock and will do our bct to jdeaso joii Id julrr hopeful yesteiday. It said that the end who is a man, could have attended to them.' ed. Cltuke has his headquarters at Car- and niiallty ol material. I waa noty et, but if all the militia in Ohio When a woman offers herself for office teraville. Gx.whero he has tnen Jlneu by a number of idle, worthless darkies. A and a detachment of Federal troopi can't she doea so with a knowledge of its duties conflict of races is fea.ed and the msyor N. 13. All goods marked in plain figureHand warranted as represented, or n.txriitt.n i:o bet-tc- r subdue an unorgsn'zed mob, they had and she ought if elected be made to exe- has ordered a supply of ammunition from money cheerfully reiuutiea. . C-cute them. Savannah. call on Kentucky for help. Panillle, Kjr. evll-doeir, GRANT OPENING NXSW 8UUOI30N 1 151-l- CHEAP STORE! ENTERPRISE Grocery. Kentucky, S, L. POWERS, TjuuciiMtcr, GEO. D. BURDETT C3 OO.. UNDER THE ST. ASAPH HOTEL -- been sive Additions Dry Goods, Notions, TV a 11 J?pei-- x 0. Boots, Shoes, Hats, fce.9 n Everything is New, IFresh and. Desirable Cfceat Mmmj Hnm$MaMw Trlco. ,VCrVte:rj3 1. JI. mrunri Jiulriwiii A Co., rli; ld &, con-Ttc- te Me BaEgaiasI i) Fire.LigMning&Tornado LOWEST BATE8 DOMESTICS: OPERA house:, pro-viaio- n. Ara-zon- Jofc Lot of Dr. Warner's brated Corsets, Cele- nitro-glycerin- Stanford Female sTAxrtmi), BOOTS &S HOE S HATS AND GAPS. well-know- TERMS MODERATE. PLANING MILL COMPANY c ring-leader- Our System of Doing Business: No- I'i-jiiiu- Anything in the Dry Goods, tion, Shoe or Hat line 3i -- L, POWERS, - - Building Material FurmiKiK Iiiimbcr! o, STAMFORDp - - i'i..xtsu mill nal In. Stanford, Ky., . April TIME CARD. 1, 1884 a N. LOCAL Mall train going North. Houth Houth ,. 13 SO Eirrrs train" f M Noru 'i S3 A.M. UtMi, 101. y r. u, LOCAL NOTICES. But Paints of Penny -- f A McAliater. LAMDumia garden seeds at McKoberts & Bikk ' . S J . I t LANDiimiH Garden fieetls at Penny A McAliater's. J oh. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A Me A Meter solo agents. Close your account with Penny A McAliater by rash or note. IIhash new slock of every thing in the jewelry line nt Penny & McAHeter's. Horsk, cattle, sheep and poultry pow-de- r for sale ly McHohtrts A Stngte. NKirsliaclta of ready mlied painW for Last Sunday Kev II. Allen Tupper spring trade at McKoberts A KngRV. To HoUStKEr.rEM'. I'olishine ia the In a very short time raised a thousand dol- Is true. He did not wih to have anyWatch m, Clncka and Jewelry repaired beet article known for cleaning and polish And no place lo continue business; and as our stock is principally thing to do with the man who was unwilllars for refitting the linptist church here; and warranted by Penny A McAlIster. ing lo do right, but tvtrj man, rich or tag silver, go'd, glas, tin, Ac, with the frescoing New and full stock of Fiililn Tackle of it, building two rooms on each poor, that he knew to be honest, he e Tery variety juat received at McKoberti A least labor. Fur sale only by T. It Walside of the pulpit and otherwise improving n I was able to discover Si Stages. ton, corner Main and Somerset nt. aud Leiullfying the church. The Ladlea' he did not owe a dollar at his death. He Foil rot'fflu, cold, Ac., use Couipound Pakmier train on the K. C now Aid Society gave $300 towards defraying was a kind and peaceable neighbor. He Syrup White Pine Put up in '21k and 50c bottler. Trial Kirn 10c. McltoberlH A leave Stanford at 015 a M Lancaster the expenses and the Little Workers guTc was on gnod terms with thern all. He Harrodsburg Demo- worked l ii:i8 anil nach Lexington nt 11! GO, $125 for an organ. out in his life Ihe scriptural iny thence to Covington at 5.25 r. M. lteturn-ing- , crat. junction, "As far as lisih in you, live pence-ablPERSONAL. It Is Indeed refreshing to visit Provl We can not afford to hold tliom for re building, but havo deterthey leave Covington at 8 20 A. M and with all men " Dk J. I). Owki.kv in in luisvllle. The superintend dence Sunday-schooreach here at 9l5r-- M. mined to Uf was devoted to his family. He lived Aln V. T. Limia.v, of Lincssler ent, Iiro. Piker, knows exactly how to con- for them. He exercised diecresion, but to the Commercial College, jesler-daKtiiTOii A. A. Lewih, of ihe Somereet duct the exercises lo keep both young ar.il never knew hi child ren lo need what he JlqiuUieun, will have aomething ele to old particularly interested. The singing, could consMtently give, without giving it Mns. Viiuiinia TiiumtCAUT Ik lying krep him awke o'night now besides hi with Miss Susie Yeager or Mrs. Bruce He said to them a diy or two be fore hi quite ill at her s, Dr. M. L. ovgitatiun b lo the best and quickest presiding aa organest, is simply excellent, death: "I have saved something, but it is Bourne. manner of wiping out the democratic pirl v. and makes one feel that "it is good to he not that I wanted to be rich. I hope it Mil. J. A CAiiPBNTrn went to He hi a brandnew girl baby at his house. there." Stanford was quite numerously will do you all same gooJ." vi'terday to leelifv agalnit (he But above all, he wis an humble chrisMauhiaoih The thotigliK of the represented there on Sunday evening. ex preiu robber, Nicholson, locattian, He made no di'play as such, for he LAUD, STOCK AND CROP. Mn Kill I Ann Givens and wife, who young foreigners who Lave recectly Them rather than hold a single item longer than- naturally timid and shrank from the hate been confined to their beds for two ed here etem to turn naturall to lovo and It was 45 cents instead of 25 cents that wa marrlge. We have before chronicled a Warren A Metcalf paid Mr. Estea for po- public. With a tender and trustful heart months, were reirarled worse yesterday. he rerved his God in a quiet way. ITe Mifhej Sali.ih Cook and IteI Drye, widdirg or two among them and now tatoes. I was his pastor, after of SixonyandMU a fascinating pair from the Went Knd, were come Mr. John Kern, Prewitt A Hubble bought of II. S. sometimes, while Wolf, of Ilivaria, who took each Withers, 10 yeirling cattle, 701 lbs aver- hearing me preach on missions, or the duty Ka'linine the gUMtnuf Mrs J P Hillev U-- i wrek of giving, would give me privately $5 or Mim llLTTir. Or Waal, who ha Wen other f r better r wore on the 29 h. Mr age, at 5 cents. $10, telling me tou-- e it as I deemed bet visiting relatives here fur some wombs, Albert Has, of Switzerland, let his love Especial attention is railed to thepedi for the cause of Christ. ofl tn a pretty American girl and We have become reconciled to tbe los3 tbat is bound to reeult iu the closing of gree ol the fine stallion advertised by Mr. hu returned to her home in Uoualoo, Tei tray He had a tender ard forgiving heart. He Mollle, It. H. Crow in this iwue. Sunday he wa married to Mi Mn K. L Powr.n.1 In renud the Ute this stock, but knowing that there is nothing saved by holding, found it hard to foreive an irjury, but he Among the stock sales in Biwling retidrnrcof Dr. Hal ley, on Lancaatrrsiriet, daughter of Win A. Cah. All ihe pvlir we will commence forgive it. I heard him say and with hi mother and intert will keep now lite at Highland. Mr. Iteverly L Green we note 8 head 1G J hind mule could and did and Mies Kebecca J. Stanley, $190; 12 do. 15 J hands at $175; 10 head once to a disaffected member: "Nothing is Johnson bouse. irtlilp tliat, In .,....-.- . ftn tnii-w.- " v. ftmta Mt Iva r.uj.r.v, an sccoropliehed native and to the minner born, werejoined 1 125-lcattle at 6 and two of v.v He wns through life cheerful and hope week. lady, will leave next at Mr Kllidia I'pthegrove's ard capable vourig hogs at 5 15. ful and he hoptd to recover from his last week fir William-burp- , where she will Mr. Mary B. Clay sold in Cincinnati illness, hut said to me and others time and CnuTlT CV,fKT. -- Tlie jury in the Felix open a millinery etorr. Albright head of fat hogs, avercontributed it quota to the last week thirty-onagain: ''lam perftctly rerigned. I want Mkn. H. C. Tuceheaiit, accompanied prevailing belief that it is no barm for a aging 1C5 pounds, at $G 10 To day to carrr out our object. To friends who have made our business a r cwt. Mis the Lord's will dins." by Mii Maltie Yarbrotigh, Mamie Sims white man to kill a negro in this country, Uuni Clay sold 30 ahoats at 5 cents per success so far, and encouraged us with new hope for the present year, we esHewaa good man, and after doing pecially ask not to consider our present location as any inconvenience, but and Lillle Shrllon, returned from Farm-dal- e by acquitting him of any (tTenie whatever. pound. Richmond Hegitter. faithfully through life what God had told yesterday, where they went Friday to We have eeen men ficed repeatedly, lor come thick and fast; say a good word for us and your friend?. "We ned him to do, he went up nt His call to tbe OANHLLE, B0TLE C0UNTT. Col. Allen The goods we offer you are you every every hour. Tiiit the family nf eimply striking acother, even when the higher and nobler service of heaven. w for Ihe law recoggreat, Mrs. C. P Cecil entertained her lady provocation LOCAL UATTERS. J. M. Sallee. nize no right to repel abuee or threat with friends at "High Tea" Thursday evening Cox'sreek. Kv.. March 25. 1884. Bcrixweet potntocr of all kind at War- blow, hut when you kill a man under and on Friday evening gave a hop which ren A Melcair Mich circumstances, thi jur at least, ssys wa largely attended and much enjoyed by AllVe.RNSKME.NTh. M: by it verdict that it Is jut and proper A iiamome line f iiieenw ire jut every one present. Tl c court wag not in esion Ssturday at llright A OirranV agelicl(l, V arris tt Lo., bought on Yesterday a number of old civil cse were Friday from T. C Hourigan, of Marion, 3Lj. (iAnt)EN eed, New York eed jtotatoe and well From the burning building they were taken to a clean store-rcodiK)ed ot and in the afternoon the case of a old blsck coach horse, 1G hands anil union t atT. K. Walton'. cared for. Remember our stock consists of Dudley Tubb' administrator vs. the Cin- high for $200. Di. Nave, the vetinarv Civil Engineer and Surveyor, A TINE line of garden red, of evrry de cinnati Southern f.ir $20 000 damages for surgeon, sold Ust week Ic a Missouri gen HU.LS (..W, MNC0I.N ro, KT. killing Tubbs, was summarily ended by lleuian, his fine black stallion by Regular, roription, at Warn-- A Melrnlf. Judge Owsley giving peremptory instruc- he by Volunteer for $500 Birnev Cros 'Io uav it all Foul' day. Look out or tion to Ihe jury to find for the defendant sort, of Philadelphia, is here looking tip n u the lit. yo'i may iho that yu alter he had tictene.) lo the pUinlillV tesli car load of good coach geldings for hi al Counsel pulled and bloweil, but it stable at home. HE IT KNOWN TO 'IHE iTBI.K' AND TO Pl.YMOTII Uock EiU- - fur hatchirg pur-1- - mony. an.l llie Increase All MLf-lli- IM ijr all the without avail the word hid been sild win Rev. F. D. Hale, of Louisville, preach- ol II lint ui ago to my daughottr luuitt poee,.for rale at McKobert AHtngg'rf U from me to II Hint', at a uil ol and the jury obeyed. All of the Common- ed yesterday morning at the Baptist church ter. Mn. 8. vi Hubble. licr, li held l.y her and run cot t taken for any wealth' case are through with and the and at night at the First Presbyterian drl.t that mar come agalnit lur hiulwrnl, J. II. M lvrry A lo.' et-Wis are handling ! sell her on atofc aud dlipoteol HUH to dav. juries will probably be church to large audiences on each occaiiou. all liet lropr y uy will or Jeed,a ihe eea lit, Warren Gtttuine Northern Hetd'Potatoe. I Iitc Ihe forertr Mr. Hale is the gentleman nho held such uowaodnd her children tht done fjr markbentllt Ilia t ofhfr , A Metcalf. The Drama at Crab Oichard a successful reyival last fall at the Baptist 21MI H. Yin SVOUA3UtnK. The chapel cf the new college building church here. Dr. E O. Guerrant, the celIlitASK new lot of frames and clnomo' t nt Crab Orchard was crowded on lastSatur-ds- ebrated Presbyterian evangelist, will shortat HhafferV Oallery, down cheap to " night, by the best peop'c of the vicini- ly begin a protracted meeting at the First (hipping. a'so from Stan Presbyterian church. ty, with n flight I.N Van AM; tie, Texa, on the 'J3J, Mi Mat'iui will miV'thepNi-eu- t the hearty old melodrsma, ford, to wi M Thli lrottlnj-l.re.Mr. Frank Harris, the cat Sue Smith, dauchter of Morgan Smith lale ttablei in IluitoaTtlle, Lincoln eaiin "D.ck Turpin arid Tom Kin," a pre'ent tie dealer, of Cinciiioati, is I ere agaio count;. Kyat, ui at of tlii county, was married lo Mr. Alfred ed by the DramafcSi ciely of Crab Orch- afier a protracted hbnr.ee. Prof. D. C. Clayton, of (.irajFon county, Texan u Mure uith Foul, ard. One doesn't usually expect much Dudley, of the D. A D Institute, who has QIO to ItiMirc when Ihe lirt l ascertained or th mare partCji.. Tiios W. Vakson old Satunliy, from an amateur erformance, but in this been absent lu North Carolina and Florida Duewith, Waterloo la 'J years old, black, 16 The attention of the ladies is called especially to our new stock of ed 500 cord of tan bark, to be gaihered from (ccseion n pleataoi and genuine rtirprire for a month past, relurr.td en Monday handsblgh, of fine style and action ard ai well I.n-aiany hormln the Ijn.l. Ho l hy Htcht-llxffr the forct belonging to hi on, W. K Var-nowa in store for the audience. In the first much improved in health. Mit Maggie (who won aM'lendld record In many confutfields,) he by Mambrlno Chief; he by Maiobrlno in Whitley county, at .! er cord. place the stae setting of the plsy was ad- Rowland, who has bein lisiting relatives ed he bf .Maml rlnn. he br Imp- Mewn- by Mar, mirable One ecene especially, a moonlit io St. IOiiis, returned on Friday. Messrs. Cf t; lit damheHelenllm, by nHut Mesvnuer; u ,.r. n it I, up. M O. Nevivh, agent for the Phu-iiHariilnus, by Mr xtrelch of river with forest and mountains P. A. Marks and R G Merrell dam Rd H r.i by Cim n Whip; h by ent to Insurance Cjmpany, wa ectlling all the in Imp Whip, he by Itlackburn'a Whip; h ihe background understood to be the dam a dam by lien" tlaim agalnil hi Company yeeterday w rk of Mis Millie llrooks and her art Lancaster on Sunday and returned Monday mare by trap Ulau d3rd May Mrian aroiuhbieu Dr. Merrell, of Carolton, and waioutof a full bloul I Mrssciger m.i uer'i dam evening. and by discount inr ixty withmit the intial pupils -- wa exceedingly striking and beau Hon. A. G. Talbott, of Boyle, a committee Imp. KocUngham a'erW- - dam l.y ltlm'a " "'laxrar, Ji.d tlam tiful. The members of the company, too, of inspection from the Legislature to the Yorkshire, dam by WtUf Mail AnE.si, J A. Adam, gotour i out mare owned by Kotitn,3rd dam then the csmplimtnt of Deaf and Dumb Institute, were here on l.r.j:-Jo Helm, atterwarda be N T I.fe. for the Cinfinnati Southern all paid their auditor reily ... .... .r. n.i.-t- . i .rj. hi And that of the gentlemen to ruht Friday and Mr CAlverl, the tranfer, having so thoroughly mastered their parts Saturnay. -- Baron Francis D'Ealvador msn.beinK on hand, they were oon deliver as to make the promp'ers office a sinecure. acd his son, Ac There were no Inlts nor break, but the M. Hualonrille, cd at Mllledgville, Victor D'Salvador, of Paris, France, peiformat.ee proceeded as smoothly and are spending a few day Thank to both. in Danville .i rapidly to the close as if it had been given Tiik luiville Knight of Honor have byprofissionals. The acting, 'oo, for ama- 11 iron D'Salvador win married in D.mville in 1852, to Mrs. Mcintosh, a Fnch lady arranged with the railroad for a round Annie teurs wa surprisingly good. Mi trip faro from that city to New Orleana to Buchanan made a inont chirmiug and effec- who was the widow of George Mcintosh, minister to France from Texas, while that the meeting of the Supreme Lodne of the " World on theSUJ forSlO. Thl would bea tive "Mary Watson," and Mies Beau Stu- state was in independent power. M. Vic art, a "Iljtty," was as Brch, as sprightly tor is the issue of the marriage referred to cheap rtnd pleasant trip for otne of our as one's eyes and as pretty a eervlng-maiTho above are acknowledged the leading goods of the market and due notice and is here to see where bin mother (now , Knight. cciuld !h to see. J. B. Oilkersou played should bo taken. Si'EAKtNOofthe K. C'h train to Lex- the bold outlaw "Tom King" with genuine dead) once lived and where his parents were married. The old gentleman is about ington, the Ptchmond lltijukr aptly ny: fire and spirit. The "make-up- " cf Meesrs. 05 years old, well preserved and in appaFlek'IIcadacho and relievo all the troubles Inciour determnation to pull through, we aro graie- n biikiia etato of the system, "What doe n live buinea man want to Bronauch and King as ''Squire Watsuii" rent good health. The younger les than dent to Kcuses, Drowelnrse, Distress auch. as Du- Hoping you will appreciate nftcr catinz, llness, fully yours, In the Side, Ac. Wh.lo their most remark-abl- e go to Louisville or Ixington for except to and "Jackey" was excellent and their act thirty, tall nnd handsome and said by old success bos been shown In curing good ing very cleverly done. The former, how citizens to resemble his mother. eee a horee race or get a drink cf wl.lf.kv? If he wants cooda ho would ever, It was remarked by good judges, was Hon. I'hil. Thomiisou inlrodtued n walk to Lexington, take the South unnaturally stiff and cold in his manuer resolution Monday declaring it inexpedient rather llemlaehP.TCtl'Mtcr'autuowrcri'Wsaroennaiiy em and go to C'incintnti. toward his daughter Mary. To give an in for the present Congress to aooiisn on, T6lutUo i, ttmtiipatlon, cr.rlnjr and rrcveutlmr interest of tho3 of our stance, in the ecetie where Mary, bravely distilled spirits. this annoying compla.nt.wru.o they nlaocorrcct It will be to the fill ui forutio mi I'iu viuuiului ruuiuiniu uiu urii na who live in thU section to read the endeavoring to shield her lover, is wound patrr tud riulato tho lowcl?, E en It they only cured A oood storj comes from Madison, advertisement of Mr. &. u. rower, wnicn ed and dies, the equire Instead ol tenderly Wis. A young mnu of tlint city who, appeara in thi iue and call on him nt supporting her in his arms and bestowing through snobbery or laziness, will never hla new store in the St. Aanh building. upon her the endearments which the situa carry a packngo through tho street, inndo Ache tliry wonlil bcalnoe t prlctlrssto those who He commences businew right, by telling tion would seem to require, stood oft gin n rmrehnso of six collars ami a necktie, eulfir from this dktietliic complaint; but fortatboio MtcIythclrBOOunessao"snoii-iianiTe,Bthe people what he ha and whathe in- .gerly and only ventured to pat her on the De-po- t vho odco try them w 111 find tbt e o llttlo till and, ns usual, ordered them to bo tend to do and wo bespeak for him a lib forehead one j with timid forefinger. J" ablola so many vara that they will not be willing at his residence. Soou nftor-war- d toUowltbonUlcm. Jlut after all itclchci waa clearly very inr.ch afraid either of eral ahare of patronage. o froight wagon wna a or of Mrs. Watson who sat Mary Is A card In tlila IwTiie Mr. L P. Uinke, out In herself, niidience and narrowly observed backed up to tho door, nnd tho package the who has recently purclwetd a form and The other gentlemen of laboriously placed on the stops by the Is thelsne of so many lives that hero li whers w to offers his aervice to the pub- - the proct cling. settled here, who inquired Any parties who bought goods from us on credit a week previous was mako our prcat tout. Our pUU euro It whllo the cast, Messrs. Jonis Ihich nnan and J. driver and an lie as engineer and surveyor. He ha day book containing these items Our will nleaso report same. F. A E T. S evenson, Ncqtiitte I themselves whether it sliouhl le left in the hall or Caitcr'9 Latla Ler P.lls ore Tcry small and thn firo nor., hh. had largo experience In lnth branched of part of our sales uut remember Ona cr and wo carried up stairs, As the young man's Tcrycaytotakp. viitaKctwo pills ruakca dose destroyed, In ihelr several rules. with nyicli ceilit and Co not rrliio or 'i'hey aro etr'ctly GEO. H. BRUCE the profession, and thoe who wluli tnelr e rentla action jilenen all who ''VaiaMhkw. rurce, butbytt' HeiKt-eth icts Mi- - Lillie Ljtcr sang Dwecthenit wiw n witness of tho scene it nti for 81. BoW tieathem. la aisutslci-nts- ; lines run accurately nnd well, would coa ecreral h'l d superb y, tu the piano no is likely that hu appreciated Uio full by druja;UtaotTywi.irc, cr etat by mall. SMCAJR-OJE- I nit their interest by eettinir. him to doit. cimpaniments of Miss L'jtianna James, foro cf tho Joke. CAUTR rilDICJXE CO., New York. Urn P. O. address ia Halls Clap, Ky. law-tuit- OBITUARY waa the orchestra for the occanion, and quite a grnd one, too. InIt is known to most of the readers ol the deed the whole entertainment, which waa Journal tint care to know that Mr. Wm. n girl baby Mil. W. F. Mcl'LAiiV had for the benefit of the college, waa highly M. Fair died at his residence on Saturday to arrive nt hit houc Saturday. creditable to all eneagctl in It nnd a the 221 of this month, but doubtless a The penciled and nil the mull fruits are highly enjoyed by the audience. It net- word about his life and character will be ted n hand'ome aum of money, for a mot Interesting to his many ncqualntancea and killed almost without exception. commendable purpcae, and would Tery friends, I knew him lor sixteen years, Ilio spring lot ol Zilgler UrrV. shoes for well bear repetition. married into his family thirteen years ago both sexes just received at & Il.rJhanks'. " and preached lo him as his pastor ten years. m RELIGIOUS, Wk will deliver good anywhere in the I can stv truly he wa a good and a godly Elder O. L Surber will preach atGiv-en- s' man. He was a thoroughly honest man. I cltv limits free of charge. Warren A Church next Sundny at 11 A. M. Metcalf. do not believe there is a man living or 0 Presiding Elder Hand his drawn dead that he intentionally cheated. Aa I Ober Comedy Company will not apThe from a Life Insurance Co, in which he stood by a liltlo while alter liis death, while pear here thir week an announced. This held an endowment policy. his neighbors were preparing him for burneed not cait a gloom over the entire com Eld. J. B. Jones, State Evangelist, will ial, one said: "If every man was such a la 'heir low ia pcrhapa munity, for what preach at the Christian church each night msn as Mr. Fair was, there would be no our gain. this week. His main object is to raise need of courts or laws." He was always Ouftstibicrlhers whose time expired Isst funds to pay oil the debt of the Church, but willing to do right without the compulsion month can save fifty cents by calling Mon- he will attend to that principally in the of law. day, County Court day, and fettling up day time; to no one need fear to attend . He never had a Our term are alrictly Si! cash or $260 church, as he will not be forced to subAnother said: "He wns the friend of scribe, whether willing or unwilling. credit for a year's subcripiion. every man who wanted to do right." That A mo line o( field 'and garden HriKht ACurrnn. nt jtnt Prof, King' band A.rC THIE! m 'h TTT 3SIj Jin T ft i) m ,W JTTSaT famfe ir if 1 THE FIRE Has left us with $5,-00- $8,000 WORTH OF GOODS, SACRIFICE fr Hfew M IH'Hl g I if tin 8$ I l. y. eun-iu-U- Blieji-pardavill- 30 bJ ID.A.Y fe3 EH PRICES -- -.'- lt car-loa- d ce e NOT DAMAGED. :oja.3sri5LS, six-ye- n To the Public pt"-erts n CMliagi Beotei Dry Goods, Trunks, Valises, &c. pn-ven- y IKFateplo!. 1 SHOES, HATS, Gents5 Fumisliing Goods, wtll-know- n u, ltnnrr - PHILADELPHIA Sal-tra- dij. pa-per- t- mi FINE SHOES. ii 'carters J Iiver pills, Buell's Celebrated Boots mm and Shoes. d vUff t tr S1K GEO H, BRUCE GO. HEAD ACHE & At the Old Christian Church, St., Stanford, Ky. tar two-hors- t, 19, '84. a U Stanford. Ky., April J, 1884 'V 'We have mask to reprcfcnt every nationality under the sun. Some of the living persons whoso faces wc keep are the Emperor William, the Pope, Gen. Moltke, Bismarck, Gen. Hancock, Roscoo Conkling, Bin. Butler, Beecher, Talmago, Grant, variety." "And the masks?" al getter Uiaa furnished at ti per month, line mre taken to pretent aeddeuts or escspus, ll'e ;romlj to pay all tetittrom Jjy oaJjuilmenl "Tighu cons'itiitea staple article with Manufacturer and Jotiben of Clothing Philadel but will not be rrtiintlbUebouldanyoeciir phia. Iim all office and latnpte ronmi In Commer- and uill iwt atk Me utualitily (6U) J iy tiff, DKHIttfTlUN AMU I'KDKlRKa - Nuliby Is a Jtt IttMiii. , llH i . Vial. V m," m1J one of the principal dealers in Any builues cial Hotel, Louisville. "Cy Will tohlui or call ou hltu at Ky. black, wlih small staiaud twosliltorevt. lb hsnils It tin there unof this or any other counfroulli Ohio Ittver direct In theatrical Rorula I inch hlgn, tine mane and tali. K od I'Dy leg, All KtlWCHUAUM A CO. til April 15th beatitltu head ami neik, pxellent shnulihr, back try. "The? ore i.ot oul uae in theatre?, nnd lulu In fact faultier In ajimnetry ami will irtl. ntu,li..ailiMltll llaa ..Alllun .. .....&.! f but in show of almost every description. a tetter illiHiltlon, and these qualities li almost CONTKAOTORS, NOTICE! The demand for tights ha incrjued very his progeny Aaa.i e Ideuca I hare rented tho corner Hotel In Crab Orchard, Inrailablr Imparls lo very lual tin tbUcountry within the last few largely in known as t lie Karris House, n fitted ami luinml.!,. on go.nl will prulma fact u.t lionet whrn crowml The fine Imported Nernnu filallloa, will male the maree Is the that some a( lilt eery l'oruleat public auction, ouMONDlY, API.. " ,t)J I'ropoee to run it In flrt-clit) le. git- - apoollrst colli bare nothing but a Hlr Wallace ilam season of IM at ibe st.hle of J M. Wray, at "i'lak yearn." 7, issi.ai suuioru, k; . one roralcr Rork 'j"11 l "1,,u &a'Xirnifni ciniom loni- nine them Ibli of lteell Is coucltiilre Cottage," 1', mllre from Stanford, Criialicr, new and complete. It will cruihcredit wear out "What class of ehovr people .V",'1" ,Vl RooJalendld Mtujili) roonn proof that the speed comes frunt tbe sire Heineof rods ol lock pr dr. Tenua-ntn- etr daa and cciiucnodtiofn tlieculdvit blooilnl In the land bare producwtin o percent Intereet Iroin dl AT 015 the most light?" t"e reporter wkcd. I SEASON, UTlluUMiu Central Kentucky. I will ed lasleolti by him. main AUx Johuaonsats Mr 11. T.J! A 11K1S, "I 332-riders. H' the rotn on the and Ageut for owner alio hate charge of the 1 Were Hlable and will al. liate.handlej more of Nobby'- - culls than aoy man, Attorney "Circua Oa lis to irtsuai a colt. way keep It auppllrd with last horae and 0ne aud thoy are all tail" Mr Wm Itodd uys "no mrnouia. iuii win not Interfere with tur horre'a back that does it. Then there' better roadsters lire" Mr I'urJom hat one with Champa It a dirk gray, handt high, welgbi little banning that Is trotting his tulle In VM, l,K) pounds and li 4 yeanI'eld the Will of May makes it neccawry the perspiration, which And sayi "oo belter clots of lionet cm be found ' nrxt HaM of fins style and action, good In Ibe Furniture and Undertakers Trade, Mr F I). Nuneessys no ruad It 101 long tor any loins, well they LillCOlll to havo tights waihed every time ribbed and large body, with of thrni.atid vrery una a teller." Warren ltutsel'a shoulders, head and ne k wall ael on. He wm used. A bareback circus rider will are Ai I aball co tlnue to keep a full line f tbe bort Nobby made a record ol 2 23 and was anld lo W. C. Imported by (I. W. titubblAild A ld of Illooinlnf. MARCH TERM, Ml. THURSDAY, MAK. 20. Furniture and be ready at a'l tlmra to serve tboae Fair, (lefeland, tihlo, lor $.5,00). lfneowttry ton, III., HeptimberM, IM1. wear out one or two pairs of tights In a could gle numbers o( tettimonlals from the best In the matter of Geo. P. Wearen and Jennlo nenliug my aerricoa In the other capacity. plica our I clving two performances Wearen, hla wile, ec parte. to week when he is horsemen of our J. it. NTKV1I K..S,Ky the fiT.iriblecmil cuinlry commending Nobbygood We will also stand al Ike timeYouDg Jick line 213-Crab Orchard wherelorailuu of all losers ol mi Thli petltlo.i u filed In open Court if the lemon lasts about thirty a dsy, and burses, but wl lot the boe itiftbe l.tamlne upon It wai ordered by the Court that notice be tha horse, aud Ifyuu aredlin-jseUglrit him your Ernrat Whitehead captured n young published for at least ten daya In the HaMMV kik- - I weeks you can judge for yourself of the BOSTON! (utronage I wl guarJMe talue received for your Ueorge 1). Wearen LY IaTXRloa JouaAt, that will make with seal near Anacapa Island, Cal., recently, and Jennie W.aren hl wife hare tilnl their tl o money. Nobby la by (larrsnl Chief, be by havoc a man or woman lKSaPVUaPw- - At 810 for a 1.1 VINO Chief, heby Memhrlno I'aymsster. ha by this Court pra? and took it on board bis slorn. As the linn. In the clerk'a office of use, enjoy, sell an tight " Maiubrlon, he by Imp Meavnger tlarrardChlel's COLT. Iknton it a the Court to emfiower her to nam, uoiil Ifixnu. dj hranE.g iltm by Aratut, vessel started Ibe mother real was noticed eonrey for her on any prorerlf abe may do tights cost?" 'What j. iauniui oiaci, ii' g R iram or Hambletonlan.iL.li. ilnn br lll- ")i culm bandtblfh, watlesl. wear swimming about howling piteously. Tbe own or aciulre, free from theaue anu or debt of her, "Cost? Why,juas much at the ue aucu uirle Nnbbr a dam a tliorodthbrrd mjre rurmrr- fdNot U. UTt.nd nutanii,io mile coniracis. ly owcetl by it. 1 Kobloin, of (larrarl countr. It tj "West Kal." coat an me little captive barked responsively. Afttr slmle woman: lo trade la be.- owu name, and to 226-ler has a mind to pay. Ibey dlspote of ber property by willnrdeod. - ai. lie by I it it. t 'H '.!. I.v It... I...... rt..l.la... Hlt.k. 11Wtrrl.r. nit way from 52 a pilr up to almost any reaching the wharf at Sinta Barbara the A copy. Attest. JTAS. 1'. IIAIIjKY, Clk. E. H. BURNSIDE, math snd Warrior J.ek. amount within reason. I suppose the captive was tied up in a jute sack and left 231-UllA I .fc lr.lKKFlKI.D. Woll - Known This Old average price paid for tights by circus peo- loose on the deck. Soon after coming to ! Maintains its I IMKt.NMOAL Hotol ple is about SO These are plain woven anchor the seal responded to its mother's calls hy casting itself overboard all tied up High I but very strong." fishermen and , Tbli notice forewarns hunters, ii( at. acaDxrr. "There must be agreat vaiiety in tight?" aa it was in the sack. The mother eeized tr.mrannttn tmllUlOD OUT lUd Without Per- j, w. aaiwar. AN There's a the sack, and with her sharp teeth toro mlsdon, as all i Jcboracta are liable to be procecuted UDUDE3TT & DUOWN, "I should say there was. me law. to the rull extent Iti Proprietor it Determined that I7lh, Htanlonl. great variety in material, a great variety it open. She bad fallowed the Bloop eigh- I). McKittrlck,Ky., Match OuaA I&SI. Hlgned A.TrOllM3V'd A.THlls.VNVj W.M. McOorruack, it Shall be Second to no Country ty miles. r MT. VERNON, KY. W. Carpenter, and style, and a still Rrea'er vaA. in colors H.T.llusb, Hotel in the State in its Fare, C. Hlahop, Held, A tramp print F. Cobb, A Combined TRAMr. biy Million foaled 1VF ; lire I by Ch.r'ei Appointment), or Attenriety in fits. First cornea the heavy cotItd It. Utl Hubble, ALEX. ANDEHBON. Iunn. Maitord Ky . tlreJ ly .Vernier Chief F. I). Rhodes, tion to Comfort of Hlftins ton tight", or the cheapest. These we er visited The Boomerang office Monday, II. u. A JKelly, sire i ' Jlti.J Wwi.g-r- , "COM . .'0 Mirtet. A yr W. C. McCormacf, A.TTOItN13YA.'r r.A."V, K.Uoter. their Gtiests. I ? so1,, o'd record 2 .". tint. 11 Lytle. in all colors flesh, white, in search cf work; got none, but received t. 1. Carter M. UANVILLK, KY have to keep nllb belt ou heaty trark, Abvl Atdallah, J. W. Wcaherfjrd, J. Hill, Wlllpractl.-elthe Courts of Hoy U ind adlolnlng unbleached, bhck, chocolate and brown. some money. Later in the day a tramp T. Vanoy, trial 3 JV, M.gg e Hwart, K gait at S.yr-ol- d counties and Win. Burton, C. la tbe Court of Appeals. ana other promising onci. Uaeicaae nlll be roareied to aid from tbe J J. 8. Murphy, O.her colors, can bs turoeJ out to order. watch maker took in the jewelry stores J. A. Harris, free of rharae. Special arenninioitallrri Hut dam !ule lr semluel. refold 2 2tA. aul 1 W. Carter, J. M. Hill. the sire of Von Arnlm, .M1,, soW o ( mmiiD-lor- r lo Commercial Tratelera. The Har will J. B. FISH, Then there's the fine cotton tights, worsted about the city in search of work; got none, Ed. Carter. J. 11. McAllster, Kilteuiilur 110 ooo, Annette, i- -l T A.. 2 2A, alwata aapplled with the cbolreal D. Jonra, J. ... tights, French cotton but receiyed some money. Toward even- T. J. Foster. Young Henllnd, 2 ' Mlgnou, 2 tl tights, Lille-threaVlsindlere, And Muter Lommlsalontr Itockeastle Circuit Court braad. or Llaaor aad Clrara. J. Q Montgooiery, T. M. White, Caroul.15 J29. VKHNON, KY U.K. Marcum. l23Myr) 12Vfull brother I tlrand Orolinel tire of siKenll. W III practiceMT the lUickcaatie tights, epun silk tights, pure silk tights, ing a tramp shoemaker made the round Voljnterr, the bells In Courts. Collec-tloLisle- - on the cobblers in search of work; got none, a spec laity. Offlce la Court-nouBodlne, II1, (Hotter,! IT Alley, 2 Derforated silk tights nnd perforated (I5j Drltef 2 lS, Hunter, 2 Xji, Amy, 2 50, MERW IN'SMPIXl FIC. TrmdeMerk. thread tights. About half the people who but received some money, .ban night a aud a irore more lit th 2 1 ) rl VAIiUAHLEIKB1 y. HUFFMAN, Mv,)nddsin, Kitty litters the ilsm ofllerlle tramp drunk ns he could be occupied 1 ho (Ireat KtigHsh Hcmedy, come into our store come to buy tights." uld 3 oo, dlrl, recird 2 a;, down-tow- n ready-madand the aranilsni nf Msud Mi..n..r ? 3e ht At.. grog-sho8TAKI0IUI, KY. a chair in a It Stanford Town Lots for Sale. "Are they generally sold utb Is a potltlte cure for Weik Memo- - lUlMh, tbe tire ot OoM.uiltb Ma' I, 1 It tide Main MUeet, two doors ibo? and tbe was the printer, the watcrl-mak, tha Myeri Hotel. rr. uom oi iii.iu iui.r or made to measurt?" i ii4, i norn.aie, i 'j, Aiiuoni, Aiiaiisti VureMtrous Ozldt Oas adinlnlsUred when n- Kxbauatlon, Hemlnal Weakn.vt, I Ac, Ac. . Bosmerang "The finer claw of good are nearly all cobbler. qnlred. liuuttncy, and tltnera' Lots of ihlrddtm l.y ire of thdtiu of I ofer fertile prlritely at low price and on 1'uwerol the Oeneratlte Organs Kentucky W like, t 21 and the gran I tin "f ho S, to measure. Of caure, we don't zroir a Ti:y.YJ!AMiK iroj.i.v .s.irA- - Tery riawinable trrus. OVElt FIFTY mvle . n.t all (1I..9.MI f ll.t f.lll.lBT a. Jt u. , l - L .n.l 11 UUU .1.. ..I l.l.tl 1 !........-- .. DK. W M. X'ENNV, TlUfX MHSia the North i ast linnu of the I v ir,l,l ut youthful 1 li hr Comal tie hrrni.i Mnr. have to measure the penon every lime. FIKIi HUH COSSClKSCt . city of Stanford More than half ot them are Utiora llklnir. nurnre yeari. titli llirru Irnc ol gm, I'ontlMt . the alreol erm mi llhiek lltk the tire nt of a mile ol tbe Court l'ouiu., and a tmeaifsot luaiuird model of a great vrlthlna third Ve have the nuke up or l'nlTirjal Uttlliide.Faln in the HTANMltttl, KI.NTCCKY. During tho war n good anil I 'ban Allen and msny othrr trolteri lle.lja.1. of a mile of at nuuebr of tbrni within tire.) be a helf brother to Itlsck Hiwk Mttuti. rreiua. et'adam VJt many acton and aclresse?, and cm turn Itibt S tytle's OrJSce woman went into n Tonui'ssoe city tbe Junction depot, excellently lccsli-- 1 for r tlact, Dlmnrst of many otter dis- - J .reO.d ge aud kaBjyd "enlinelaud AUxsndert Abdallali arelhby froutlolia M anllloSr storeAnenhetlesiur builneea or bate tmphyment at sons ergagod M al eaes thatleid to Insanity r Ion- llTilyk's HambletotUn. the grarlti.e of Maui m nislerni wen mcetitrr. out tights as often ai they are want- to make some purshnsus. Ihu lacu thit point. In them ' 154 it. j 2 It,. M Jullen J II1-J iV4, sumption In all cues of he utle U,. JiJ Thr-- e lots ere tbe Terr best ind roost beautiful ed." act. like a feS FT Ac , and Is the tire of IVxter, t was then in tho jwssoseion of tho FedNellie iM ly and conveniently situated for resldencea that Weaknettthe Seclflc I Orange charm restoring Iom or fidlnr rig- liirl, 2 20 lleurg- - Wllkii. t 21 an I thirty A PRI7P t'M,d r"" ''r lttaae and rerelte oflered "What dii you mean by the 'make-uin .Stanford, eral soldiers. The lady in question had hire eier teen terms are tor sate to plsee It In and or, glrta to the eye a Lrili'ant raftwm. . ibers with recrdt 1 r and .Miit(r and as tbe anu suth lay price '" fH.tly lo at g.ls. which I I tptrtiing ueaii-y- , io of actor and actrestee? ' ni.it, Hreol Iti kanl, will no trouble getting into tho city, but getlower ol any Industrious mtn to secure one of tberosy blooom ofbialth.ineineetc9sjprjae& J nll wat sltwt It Allnari rmrd,2 is lit dim It away helpill, ofeltli.r mi. to im re rueney right than any IblOfelM In thli world KhMuhm Is'. lld Jim. AftirTaklaaa "You dor.', suppese tbwe people have ting out Mas quito a different matter. them forill hojie. upon new streets, which bare lust 6"MerwIn't SpectrH is aj'd by all Drgis! at sitter. In.l l., I io t,en (r..rg. II 1 h iiust, tire of awsiiihe wurktra stw.lut.lr sure A I once ad They front Mrtirnger tire ure IH..IU, Abguitt, Maine Vott ksge, or six ptcksget for I II Alto by of I t Tlioiuat, I .'I by Maiuttrloo by their good made up to fit their true form', 9ho was halted by tho pickets, who de- been opened, tbe btoadest and best In Stanford ewinskl, 2 2 4 Snd dim Mtiubrluo on receipt of price. The aoll Is aa rich at any in Kentucky. Mott of mall, h of them more than Chlel tire nt Ijidy Thorn lit1, Vfir dfcml do you? No arV'ull ptrlicultrt In pJ'Upilet, which will b manded Iter pass. Sho had none, aud the laud lui lerel as torfquirf nograllng and the 2 211 Mtiuhrlno i'atrhen aHd ntb'ia Address ail eery t"st well water can be had al a depth ol Irom mtllel free to eTery appllciut have their tight fitting c!o hes made with- was told to return to Tf rd iltiu by u,p Na,'-n I Ldgl h II in. to the eiie manubu tur r. tho Provost Mar 20 to 40 tret , They will be told to none but white pertons out padding. Of a certain claa of artits .fIVltlt.l 1 31 hlUt E to Mo iter. Ac Is Ureederslullwlloh.ertn lothat AM.tlsh Met. nge- grr, Waul Me limilnr shal's ofllce and provide herself with the uetrh Kau.is i tty. A map of them tan be teen at myomiv. thsptoportion U still lea. Take a preHold In Stanford by Fenny A Mc slitter and all t ). that miI Air ?l sum ami rwl I fur f'.w last lr.ll.Mll.l.F.U.Ky. Druggists everywhere. necessary document. Here she likewise 2M4iuo. fill, they hate taint lr and gran lam blsdtiult 200-lStanford, mier danreute, for example. How would Ixttrr bre-- l than Mnudtd'lu Helta tu'e fxl had trouble. The Marshal asked her ipi n uwr .1 H ir .fc.ir PI. I r.iiii- - n.. sh9.Iook poilng before an audience if her wi t.ii U the Mrau i,f IMI a I Larltt Dunn t East name and, after some concrsation with coatume was not made to give her a soft, ie, it 2S iiitles rro'B laaio-i- l. on Kuh II BJ. IO These people, frjtn the her, detected that sho was a considerarounded form' UllMlt'Old Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. constant use of certain mujclea, get out of ble rebel in hor sentiments and feelings. a Ato will i ind shape and proportion, and it i a part of 3ho was informed that sho could not get The only line running a pass without taking tho oath. This our business to restore them."' 3he vowed sho would not do. Tho olll-co- r PULLMAN NEW 8LBEPIN0 CABS "How can you do lhal?" 7TOI.SI)Hi; J.M.Hall etyi ht bought very promptly told her that she "With padding, of course. We make orue mult In tbe neighborhood wher be mt I a wi ion and they were tol ones anl be bis the padded shirts, padded hips, padded arnn, could take tho oath or remain in tho reputation of being a good breeder -padded instep, padded legs, padded thin js, city. Addreti II' G WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- rjlanford, Ky Sho stood to it for sovoral hours that padded waists in fact, padded everything. raoW I Wba'.'a it made ol? Fine lamb's wool, and sho would not tnko tho oath ; but, as tho we guarantee a perfect fit and an elegant day wore on and sho thought of tho litI.oulHT.slc, Clncln nail ud l.f Hy Messenger Chlel dim br Alcall. tire by Uy lai.2 21',, Enigma, 2 2 Panry Day, So. Ac, Ky., tle ones at homo, she bogan to relent, shape. Wben a large ballet is to be wlil mske the Maton of ISlI al Mr ) 1 f'grr'ij we sometimes have to go into this and said she would tako tho oath if al"Providence Neighborhood, Danville, Kr , at l.1Tu I ii a tire. II. fV, lt. branch of the business pretty extensively. lowed to isit a drug store and get someni-ti always accom- thing to apieaso hor conscience. An elegant form dees nit Tho Connecting In earns dejot with fast trains lor pany a pretty fice. Somi of the prettiest oflicors thought sho meditated suicide, AND DEALERS IN- ! cr bow and n guard wns scut to watch her movegirts will bi slightly knock-knee- d lezged. We straighten them up. Some ments. Sho asked tho druggist for u will be Ucking in other respect. We fit good big do3o of ipecac. It was measmibogony bay bene, foiled June llth, The Direct Boute toLynehburp, Dan Iia dirk 1ft htndt high high ttyle and gofel aUH lsM, full form ured out to tl en out and make ibe Venus-lik- e Yille, Norfolk, her, and, armed with this, points wit tired by the chimplon trolling italllou of the world, the lenowmd siniug er, l I IJ that you see on the stige. We have artitH jho returned to tho Provost Marshal's Klrttdimby Mimbrlno htarllghi ti dam by Olwho mike a peciiltj of tbK In some alike, and stated that for tho iver, he by Wsgner, 31 dim by WaniT, lib dam All Virginia and North Carolina sake of her Helen Keweelt ly Imp. Iraiibt, Mh dim Nell who are Very particular, ciadi i f lad'es Points. children sho was willing to swallow that (iwlnne bv Thornton llattler th dim by Imp imp the or'.iat will uia.e a model of her; tben oath ; uutl, exhibiting her doio of ipeFor tickets aud further information, apply to Jra'a gai, tii cam .teiiieupdamj by nirfra i.j. Imp Janus your nearest ticket office, or addresi gle !tlidaniby Mhark, Utli perfect the model, and after that make up cac, sho added, Thus we hate all tbe detlrrd eltinrntt arombl- guess whun I get out ottlng, pai Its and w. ;. nam, highest I) K-- of when she pu'e them on M'lon of the W. K. AHSIOMM" the goods, so that of this town I will be able to fetch it thoroughbred blood. Therefor Irowi imuygler Advertising Agt , Ticket ami 1'jta Ait , vriil tinNa the beautiful f)tm it a evidently muil pKKluie itvr)j at will ai the 340 W 3lnlllrtl,.lulaville, Ky I off my conseienee."v Sho swallowed tho ot romblnrxl lionet Hit tire could blaheet type perfect model." trot liettrrthan 2 IJ aid paie Utter t liau t ii. O. W. NMITII, oath, and it is said that she sent tho lp II. k. rrt.Miit. auM Minuter, P.sinan jc iimit hut nr Air Clen'l 1'att'r Ag'l How about wi?" I ivixi MaLLI0.it ecac close uftor it with a search-warran- t. fatletl tint Ileal Otiifk The Richmond. Virginia. end to the varied of wigs, "There's no lime ' I ', rtititi irrond bietiliiie, J IT ftet . thli beat, i rt luiett fourth lial 2 If'i f'tt-i- t The cheapest About tho timo sho reaehed th picket both as to stvle and nflh heat, 2 i;1 . He I'est lioldiialili Mild on station on tho outskirts of tho city, hhe TAKE THE- her iiKrlttat Clcvelind. Ohio t onildrtlng thai and commonest are the ordinarv negro or Ibis was a competing lata, deseritely Jovkeyel cent, apiece. received a message from tho ipecac to wench wig" that rell for 75 and fought fioni lfglrinltig Ii eud, won wltti no tho effect that its return might bo looked lavoriilioaii bul eiery advintige takeo to drfvat The tuoU exfeiive are the blonde wigs, smuggler. II t'suJi ntjnd m no triumph ever OHIO & MISSISSIPPI ti. These cost for at any moment. Shortly nftorward won on the trotting turl He ilred the grat Pilmade of Jong human hair. grim that sold lor 13.CoO nleo tke list gelling it arrived, and, when tho returns were r Hie lamliy . from $2) to $40. Artists who appear in llanthorne rocaiiou hi. auother all counted, tho woman was full' Hatis-ile- d made a ptclnir record of J 17U in I driver weighing -INCLUDING TEE- a good nwy chancier have to have a 2 iKiunds 10UU2 Pocibbiitas trottel a tulle in trace that no 2 Ie, a hull In I 01 , are Anotbrrof 'he hre variety of wig. Herestock. some of or nnythiug lingeringfor that of the oath, ly.airiueaway, tiotinl three consecutive EvSi; else, in matter, had That's wigs that are kept in . and 2 IV.. Movlrir the 2 19. 2 17' no other family of hoitet have shown to much an old man's wig; that's an Irish wig, and been left in tho neighborhood which tho and wouderful enduracre ll is life to prewig This one with ipecac had visited. Sho was nlso satis-fle- d sume that such gnat perlormlng ability nevr .this one is a Yankee e without su Inheritance. XjtO-u.lgtT7-3.llwith tho experiment, aud was as the long hair Manding on end ia a flight ! tientlfiucn, eximlna the stud UjVi and you will nnd that CHOYV'd HMltillLEIl traces seven wig Here is a bild wig, and that one bold a littlo robol us she had been tlmra to Imp MeseeDger aud oucc to Cngllih I.tJU'HVIl.LK to ClarhnvlUc Tobacco Leaf. tho tire of Imp Messenger Mnubrino with a pigtail is a Chinaman's wig, of WNHNNAll. tho Kist bttrllghl'a full siller, ljidy Tbi rne, bis a record of and the North. l'arlor Curs to Clnclnnitl are a lot of fine wigs for coune. These '.' 1 hit full brother, oodlake, a record ol : .'7'; and rilacuHleeplngCirs to Clnrtiinail Waihlng-ton- , Tom Thumb' In view of giving all aatlif idlon, I now put thli Ilaltlmori', i'ltlladelphlaand Now Vork.wlth-ocourt ladies and gentlemtn. Among tbe E, Stratton, irii'ead. mother, Mm. Sherwood borae'i sen Ices al the verr low price of 8 lit change. IiiHUroa liirr ill I'Oiil, lii'.mr due when other wig that we keep in stock are the 1.0IJI8VIM.K to tho lact li ascertained or mini parted with. The BucK ten's ArnicaSalve. " Hr.LOLla and tr.eWe.st, Sir Peter Teaz'e wig, the Shylock wig, tbe hone will ttand it my Mahler, miles west of Northwest and greatest medical wonder of the world. Warriuulliweit. with I'alsce Mcenlnc The btauford, Kv.,on the Manlord A bhlby City turn- - tars on night train, P.tul Pry wig and the Dundreary wig. ranted to Loularlllx lo bu IaiuIi. piKc, ipee illy cure Buna, Bruises, Cuts, Ulj.especiiuiiy, r. it tni. SOLE ACENTS FOR We also have wis for the typical phjsi- - cers, Salt Itbcum, refer Pores, Cancers, Piles, i navo me unly colt ot Crow's bimriiler'e Cet liOUISVir.rVE to clan, the lawyer, the monk and the flixen- - Chilblains, Corns, Tettor, Chapped llandi and all Satd colt Is a go dlone out of a pure l,rd trotting JJT. IaOUlS. mare, wit '.wle. Uit May. goes all theciltt Irutt, boy. Beard, whiskers and ikln eruptions, guaranteed to euro In erery Inhaired country laces and racks very tut aud goes the uiuning stance, or money refundrd. A positive cure lor walk to perfection mustaches we have lo keep in just as large riles. 25c per box. Tor rale by Penny A r.i ALiimniir. South-Bon- d bUnfoid, Ky., Keb. 21, 1611 ' ciimmu-nlcatltn Lau-ielc- Tights to Buy and Hire. who wears the glass gems ia not in con. etant dread of thieves, and can dispento with the services of detectives, such as Mrs. Astor, for instanco, has to employ eich time she puts on her $1,000,000 worth of diamonds. I say they show ofl better on the stage. There are a few actresses who prefer the genuine article. Well, I have sometimes sat in a theatre and looked at them with an opera-glasNow and then I would get a vcintilla lion, but that is all. But see a lady come on theetsg) with glass ornaments and you eet a blaze and a dazzle at once without the aid of an opera-glass- . "How do you explain that?" "Why, these glass imitation gems that are set in crowns, coronets, necklaces, belts, collars, bracelets, brooches, etc , have a silver backing which reflects the light like a mirror. The original designs of all this nonsense are made in Paris. We take the originals and imitate them in as large quantities as they are wanted." New York Star HON. 4. o. Its Candidate for ConrriM In this distilct,;sub- -' Ject to the action ol itieocroocracy. taisbott iFire! Fire! Fire! lt.KINN.MKI I NOBBY! siirsnci more iVinry a Kasteru borsis than auy other alal-li- nu In KtniiukT, iiiak" the enu of 161 our miles wp.t of dtanluid, dlrtclly on the Knob I.kk pike, and will be pertulltid to marei at tbeottreiiialy low price uf I JO theaeas,)a or $30 t Insnre I'artlng with the uisre forfetla the In CHAMPO ! a "W. 03R..A.XC3V-WITH , Ab. KivMchbiuim & Co. Koels great anxiety for the ixnpliofHtanfjr.l ami Lincoln county and promises to do the (Air thing for them If the; will insure with him In lbs London .1 J.ancaablre luturauce Co, of Liverpool, whose allots art SJ.M J,OUO, or TOeiloyal, ol I.lverpiol, assets I J9,ViS7,17l, or 0. The Lancashire, ofManihrati.-- , aiseu over and Ilie slrer.f trnttera, roadsters, and firtt-clas- IIMaan eicelleut hrecler and sure HTKV'lllZSH HOUSE -- P9VtHrS?JT9H THE aTnVrir:Tkata n f'"1 lt Circuit Court. wsll-shsp- 3 . p-- MYERS HOTEL, and Still Roputation, I Mem-brln- STANFORD. KY. Propr ui nun. 5' lll. POSTED Abdnllah Messongor! tf lSI-ly- rr , -- Tiar-old, n d AttoriioyAllaiiw, Ju-lin- ,2 nt -- rtt-vi- e, od. Offlc-8o- er 1rtML, two-thir- St. fffff vLA fflBR t', ,, 1 1 1 ' one-fift- ir Maui-brln- -- IK a- -t Kentucky's Houtc l,il'lte,t , 1 1 BRIGHT & CURRAN. T (POOD MUMS JACK mA. A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. MESSENGER PRINCE, pro-duc- -- Crow's Smuggler m-on- :rxr77- Yor3i. "I .u HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE. gies, Wagons, co-it- Farming Implents, Bug- - n 1 -- I ut bo-foi- e. Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and XL S. Buggies and Carriages. and Hamilton & East, West and North H'(-- Maui-brln- r.arIS i r?"S IO Hours Plows, Solo ect." "What do theatrical sworda C03l?" "From SO to $150. The average is Never Give Up. about $23. The highest priced are trick If you are luuerlng with low and deprciso swords, or those made to break in two in plrlts, Ion of appetite, genrral debility, blood, vroalc constitution, headache, or any the middle. The two parts of the blade dl tease of a bilious nature, by all means procure arc held together by a spring." bottle of Electric Bitten. You will be surprised "Speaking of jewelry, is there much real to ice the rapid Improvement that will follow; you will be inspired wltb new life; strength and acjewelry worn on the stage?" much. In fact, the imita- tivity will return; pain and misery will cease, "Not so very and henceforth you will rejoice in the praise of how rff the best and give Electric Bitten. Sold at SO centi a bottle by tion jewela Besides,. the artist .. .i UJJlt ..tiafWInn. . McAllster. ,..-- ... IUB dis-derPen-ny'- tx - All orer the land are going into ecstasy orer Dr. Klng'a New Discovery for Consumption. Their unlookrd for recovery by the timely use of this great remedy causes then to go nearly wild lu Its.pralse. It Is guaranteed to positively ure i erere Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hay l'ever, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, or any aflec-tlo-n of tbo Throat and I.ungi. Trial Bottlei free at Penny A UcAllster's Drug Store. Largo ilxa'l i Excited Thousands Ageiits for Furst Bradloj's Sulky and Turning Plows, LAdOand tho North, with Way Uoachea and ellnlng thalr Cars through without chango. lt. A CJrantl Conibiiiation THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL -- IiOOIC AT THIS ! Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Etoans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow? Also Agents for Walter A. Wood And tbe Louisville Maily) from Louisville liail'alaca Sleeping Can from louiivllle to New ork without chango. arriving ut Wuhlmrtmi o v p.m. next day Weekly Cornier-Journ- al Hours Ahead of All Competitors, little Home-Seekin Machines; liar vesting ALL. AT BED HOCK PRICES. - I Fmlgrinla and via tbeO A hive lhrounh Day Conchci on all tralm. M. t changti. Arrive it ht. Uuli 2 hour. By paying ui S3 you will receive for one year line for making change ol can and teitlng Brit your homo paper with the the choice ofnaia In cars of conuoctlng IluM. reprpaentallve newspaper of the tioutb, democratinanvanwpr otheV llnnt to Indlanaimllt .n.l ic and for a tarltl for revenue only, and the beat, Chicago and the only line giving Us brightest and ablest family weekly In tbe United roni a IZ ride along Mates. Thote who desire to examine a iimple mile llcketi, tbe ihoreaof Ul Mleh ." an. mm... . ratei. time. .. can do so at thli otllco. TlVa copy of tbe Courier-Journapply to ..1' addren iiuniSi, SouthernnM or "" II. g. IlllOWN. """" I'aasetiger Agt., lallio lll'.IT. No pen Lit preparation, 8. K. Cor. Fourth A Milu its?, Loudivl marktied wild any t tun ing any fabric IVjpular W.W. PEA BODY. W. H. 8IIATTUC. Uen'l Manager. Uen'l Paiaeoger Agt ljHir.lt VI, &Itcetil Diploma. Cincinnati. i:tnblisliril30 yvnt-h- . hi, J lit alt Urujrglits.btatioucri&Ncwa'Agt'a. D. HILL, Paaaongor Agent, J. Lebanoa.Ky. One year for only 83 two pipers for more than tho price of one. nomldnlg-Courier-Journal, r ii.,' A.t. Al. ir Utli-ter- n