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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884041801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I" Semi Wukm ntefta lottftral. VOLUME Stmt-SitcthlX.-NUM- BER 510. CRAB ORCHARD, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL UfiCOLN COUNTY, 18, 1881 NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 242 n $ntmor$ourmtl W. P. WALTON. Tucattay ana JFrtitvt GEO. O.BARNES in ENGLAND lMtA.rH-1102 Dai-hton- J F I'Mmiaton ha removed his atock of good to hia old aUtnl near the depot, much to the regret of hia customer in town. Til 13 K Siiaoki.kwku, Lane, London, , Mail 29, 1881. J . S3.00 X331l ANNUM In advance. Wktapald itrlellr wait anv time, A If wa hire to 3.0O will bt chsraad. Tribute ef Lore. How much wa have alwava admired the UnsaiK of that beautiful old aortic "What it home without mother," hut never unDruggists and Booksellers, til our own home u rsladt rleaolate by the ways gives. lota of that dear parent, could we enter in-t- o At Aldersgate street, as usual, doing its touching aen time nt. How lonely what we can for the careworn working wothe honra now teem to )ta, an. I how uiuch men and afterwards to dine wilh our good wa BtfM her from the family circle; how lira. John at the Arcadian. We met there tear unbidden itart an we look at the a Miss Smith, from Virginia, who recogarm chair, and especially as we look nized our "lingo" and introduced herself. upon the old, familiar family Ihhle with She u one of the many broken up by the claarv. and ila time tarnished iU civil alruggle of twenty years ngo and has we Men her counle-anc- e $100 bo oftn VWi The young ladiet had heller be a little been in London since the family circle was radiant with joy while perilling it" particular how they taken buggyridn with shattered by the war. We were as gUd.to of Clod' acred leave, and meet one who spoke the language of our love to nun, not only in the gift of a certain young gent of this town, aa the Southern Canaan as she was to meet ua. lant one that rode with him lot her brace111 Hon, but alao in the jrcioua promtae The wind was so strong in Dakota tba We had a glorious meeting at the other day that it stopped a train. An auca.ivn in Hit word which ahr ao often tald let', earrings and hair pin. Any person Tabernacle. was on board, got off, and talked wm an "a lamp to her feet and a light to rinding such property will be liberally reFill WAY, March 21at. A quiet morning tioneer, her pathway?" Hut the lip from which warded by leaving same at a particular at home, writing a diary letter to the Inte-uio- k back at the wind; and in less than three the law of klndneM, and which gave drugstore in Crab Orchard. all to broken Journal. It was almost a task, minutethehe hadwent on. it Chronicle-Heral-pieces. Dogs killed ten sheep and one calf for ao much good counsel, not only to her chiltrain Then which is quite a new sensation. The tent ' farm lat dren, hut to all with whom the waa a.eoci-ai- l, Mrs. Holmes on the ia the barnacle on the old ship "Correspondhare crated to ejeak. The boaom Monday night. Oh, ye Kentucky Legis ence's" side. I The new Banana mnskmelon ia said to think I ahould not feel the upon which waa pillowed our Infant head lator why not listen to the cry of the feet in matter so Keenly but for the fact that the grow from eighteen inches to two length and to be rery prolific. When ripe and which beat in unison with every good "granger?1 His wrath will one day recoil Interior now circulates among my friends it is said to resemble a gigantic banana in VV are reliably informno mors; and the upon your head. word arid work, throl woits rich flavor, It is externally of a straw ed that there is a negro I. ring in the neigh-- b in Itritain end so my countrymen and hand that led us attadily and quietly Cleveland Leader. men are shamed before them. The cloud color without netting. irhuod of the that ha seveu path of girlhood, and through the ulippery will pass, but just nww it shades the land-scs- e No remedy hi Catarrh baa met with inch inc.- e cur deg and py no taxes on any. guided um to the mora thoughtful and DEALER IN- of life a little hit and I can't get over ce ai I'apllloQ Catarrh Curt; It nerer falls and It inquire of the neighbors of such year of womanhood, now reta from thing. doei III doty thoroughly not by rslltvlDg tem Hardware, it at once. Love is not a Groceries, SaddleM, Herae Shoes, not it labor. And now that ahe U gone out cattle about their dogs. There uiuet be reciprocity, or the chariot porarily, but by curing ptrmtntntly. It does NallH, Quecnuwnre, Buggy Whlpe, Iron, McKoberU A Btagg. from among ue, and we are compelled by TRr.ATwn.vT or WiiooiMNo-Couan- . Dr. wheels of life "drive heavily." Only God imart or Irritate. Kormieby Buggy Wheel, Stoves, Cane Mills, Harness, all our ourrounding to acknoUdi;c "that J. Cooperider, of Tajloraville, Ind , writes and thoee who walk clotesl with Him can If your breath la oOTeDilTe, jour Dottrila fetid Grates, Cider M Ills, Bpokc, mother i dead," it aeeraa to u Kimrlimee ui that he has tied the tin id extract of do all the loving. "We love Him because and filled with putrid matter and ou are rapidly KiuiH, Corn Snellen, Cellars, Stoneware, becoming comumpttre, um Paplllon Catarrh Care; ", w" aaif tho gloom am' darknr" with He first loved us," is the best the LOHI) you will t purified and permanently cured. or chestnut leaves for whooping-cough- , accumulated and Milled around our great success Heaayr: expects from ut, until we roach empyrean tale at McKoberti A Btag't. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Woodea a4-Cas- t baarU, and it U only by looking to Jwu-thThedose'employed it from fifteen to six- highlit, not reached by any hut the boldest Pampi, and the Celebrated Hayneld Elevator. Tin RoofWhat will cure Whooping Conahr That li a wo can ace light glimmering in the ty drops, according to age If the child is climbers. Is General Gordon's maxim that quittloa liked erery day. We can anewer that wt ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. distance, and hear the earns gentle voice large enough, I give It In hot water as an I read the other day sound or sonr? "The bite found the remedy In I'uplllon Ough Cure. nerer falli and coo be administered to inlantt apeak to tia that dpake in tirh tender, infusion, sweetened; to a vmall child, in HaleamrtH Jmhn Bright, Jr. older I get," he aya, "the more I look on It wlthont danger. It U perfectly harmless. For touching tone to lh erief rirken and simpU eyrop of elixir. wy fellows as so many inanimate creatures, ealeliy MrRoUrU A Ktagg. arrowing titters of J5 iiMny, n I v to ue, It not only relisvet or lighteni the par-o- to whom I am to do all the good I can and to them: "Th' mother shall riae as it jams, but will actually cure in four or exect nothing, not eventhanka,in return.'' LA5CAHTEK ABTKKTIMKMK5TX. -- mrrwlin and the again, fori aa the r five days. And again it ia written by some one, me though he life, he that btlieveth on B. I. WALTEB I give four to six doe day, accord-enrdtn- g "Ulntsed is be that execta nothing for he wer dead, yet hall bo lire again" We fJTJUOISON to the severity of the case. shall not be disappointed." So we moral- LANCAHTKR, KT. ahallmaol again "meet beyond the river," If good fresh leaves can be procured, I iie to the end of the chapter and then feel, Office orer CHIwn Nalltnal Bank. Offlc houri of the dark the aurging, turbulent blllowa make the infusion as a tea, aay two just as keenly, the slights or thrnitt from from to 11 A. u. and fruu rirer. Then our greeting wilt be awett drachma of the leaves to half a pint of a. M. Buanrrr. friada or enemies, as if we had not beea ur. bcbulm. when we meet at our Redeemer' feel, and billing water and give two ounce- a a dose HUDBLI A BUBDETT. clothed in the triple armor of our ownttoic-a- l better dwell in the unfading gloriei of the A.T sweetened with white sugar. Popular manufacture. On tbu whole, I would ATa'OHNJBVS LAMCABTKU, KT. A tad brighter world, where partinga are and complete afMerttaent Furniture, embraeiiHr ScJtbte News. rather feel it all than not. I decline turnWill practice In Garrard and adjoining eonntle Lat the aephyr aweep gently awd Saltes. and Coart ol Appralt.'Otfict in the Koblnaon block, erytlilng frem the Cheapest te the Finest g ing into an oyster or a terrapin and antwer-in- bourn Otoe mute tqiure. lW-l- y A dudiab young Cincinnati huhand reaeatter the golden tinted autumn ltave need te te the large cities te mnke yeur BHrchases, ne by closing my shell, after every attack what quantity or quality yon want, as ean and will dnptlwiftr OTr her graft. Oflea ahall we linger by turned to his once pleasant home early the safe withdrawal of my head. and watch the yellow tun-a- t ooe evening recently, and as he entered any prices yon can obtain elsewhere, frelRht being added. AIM that lotttl tpot, Another good meeting at night. Preach aa it glancea in iuivering flaahet through the door waa nearly struck dumb at the a full assortment et Cofflns, Ca$cs, Sbreuds and l&ebes, among eight which met hia gaie. He saw a lit- ed on the I.ORD'd second coming wilh full the "city of the dead," and whisper lntc all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware blessing to many. freedom of utterance and the waving branehea of tbeerergreen "not tle love scene going on between his fair eppeslte St. Asaph Hotel, Ntanferd, Ky. Saturday, March 22J. Herbert and wife and another dudish young man. Ki. teat, bat gone before." due to the With spent the' night with ut. We look Whether their boldoes w The Elephant's Tail and the Buddhist Prnst. fact that the husband was a craven cow- forward with delight to the weekly vitlts of Two young ladie , were gaiing at the ard or not, ia not stated, but at any rate ourlSexley Heath children. They are so white elephant aa it atood enthroned in all the affectionate pair continued to embrace bright and happy in 'heir religious life that it aacred aplendor and turrounded by the each other. The huband wanted re- it it an increasing joy to have them with myalic eniblemt of u holy character and venge In some way, but he didn't consider us. Edith left at 11 this morning, with a 1PHABMAC.STS the adoring priftta who were kneeling de- it prudent to attack his jival in the usual grimace of reluctance, but "steadfastly-minded- " voutly on ertry aide. DkULKRa IX- to stick to home duties and her Seeing the viiitorV silk umbrella way. "How curioua it i," remarked one. "that in the hat-racYeaterday be seixed it spitefully, and, Sunday classes at the Heath. Books, any race of people ahould be ao deluded aa at he broke it acn his knee, he exclaim- afternoon the girls went to Bro. Moody's to worahip an elephant!" ed: "Tnere, now; I hope it will rain real Tabernacle, as Edith had nerer heard him. Physyclana' prracilptlona accurately,'compound Exten"lliaindeed," replied the other, aadly. hard They had a discourse from the good man Also I look upon this worshipping "When on "Prayer" and heard Mr. Stebbins sing, JKWFIiEKS! A llUROLAii'd Advice. My advice is. BrVTeBHvH&I throng of ignorant, auperstitiou creature flar UHMHatrvi who, with Mr. Penteccl, has been in EngTo Their Stock oi and aincerc they don't put nothin' perfeiwioiml into yer clo's. land for a week. Mr. S.iukey had sore TUB and realize how earnest but feel that there ahould be Hrass knuckles is a giy' away, cert, crerj throat and wa not present Dear Moody are, I can aol Largest Stock of Watches, So is sand-bag- s Hnd billies. What Clocks, Jewelry & SilTerrTare no rent until the mioaionary meaaage in time. h bringing up hia "reserves," like the skillI strongly recommends is a foot or sixteen bourne to the last one of thene benighted Lo' ful General lie ia, to storm London mort Ever brought to this market. Prices Jewelry ? now havo the Best Stock in CeD inches uv lead pipe. Let a chap make the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and healhrn." effectually. Three pair of the best evan- And on short notice and Warranted They have Parlor tral Kentucky. 'True," averted the firnt speaker, "it in a himxrlf up for a plumber, stick a section gelists on earth are now working in concert " nnd Bed Room Sets, Carpet, uv pi pi' into liis trowners an' there he i grand and eolemn duty dny and night and Moody in this city by He can flatten the end uv Cane and Penitentiary tho animal flicked safe mid armed JiMt at thin juncture and Sankcy, Whittle and McUranahan and Chairs, Marble Top, one of the liiiddhial the pipe an' pry a window open wid it; he Pentecost and Stebbens form an "army hia tall and atrucs widout wakin' the dead, Centre Stand & Ex can pound alockolT priecUin the mouth. corps" hard to beat. May they save untension Tables, exclaimed, interrupt- for loul don't rinf ; lie can slug a man like "Howly Mowe!" he " a peeler wid a club, an' make no bloomin' counted thousands in this great city. A Woven Wine, Cot-te- n "ye luthen haute ing hia devotion, full attendance nt the liromley Tabernacle Top andHair Matand then the young ladiei alrolled on to noise about it. Oh, give me a lead pipe and a meeting full of blessinrt- tresses, Folding Bed LounChicago Herald. for hard biznes. Call. the monkoyh' cege -P- hiladelphia (continue! next lwno) ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes Suoak. An exchange havp: Sugar in Amon? the tutny privations, incident to and Sofas, and Everything Else The colored people of the Soutli'liave c- Storo nearly 1,000,000 children in achool, publlah untiKtmlly cheap, with prcnpecU of a fur- war, which tho people of Alabama sufler-e- Kept in a 10,000 ther decline, aa the stock in eight are waa the want of slt. It wai obtained oyer 80 newnpapera, furnwh nearly Prices. draiuilatcd heavy. The ttugur trade of the by digging up the earth under the smoke-houp- e bo found in Central Ken-tuck- y, teachere, have 15,000 atudent in colleges and leaching it until the water was Tho largest stock evor in Stanford and tho best to high achoola and about 2.000,000 United Slates ia something enoruiou. clear. When this waa boiled down very and leading manuThe nation haa a aweet tooth, and is a good table salt waa produced. membera in Methodiat and Haptirt church-eembracing about twenty five different styles irom tho We last vear of land in great consumer of mreetn, own over 1,800,000 ftcrea BucKlen's ArmcaSalve. buying a vehicle this Georgia mid 5,000,000 in the entire South imported .a.uov.uij uauonH ot inoiamea facturers in tho United SUtes. Persons contemplating THE ONLY TRUE The ureateat rucillc.tl wonder of tho world. Warr, 1,700 pound of nvrup and freed-men'and 1,900,05 and had deported in the fraudulent ranted to speedily cureBu'ii, ltruleca, Cuts, UI- for at this season valued at $'J1,40G,7!.S, on which Colored men Spring should eelect tho same or place their orders at once; Hank $.10,000,000. ten, Silt Hheutu, Fever 8ore, Cancere, Tllca, WRapnid in tnrifl dutitn. The peo- Ch'.Iblalni, Corni, Tetter, Charped Hands and all with orders hnye nearly completed it railroad in North vohiclss aro invariably over-ru- n all manufacturers of first-clas- s eruptions, guaranteed to cure In every Inand are annexed over $91,000,000 ple of the United Slated are the purchaser akin or money refunded. A positive cure lor Carolina stance, from four to eight and if tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require of taxable properly. The increae In the of two third of the nugar crop of Cuba, Plies. 25e per box. For rala by Penny A production of cotton alnce emancipation at time buring aa much aa 100,000 tons finish and dry a first-cla- ss weeks t obtain it; four weeks being required to make, and 1,000,000 to 6,000,000 galloni of 1,000,000 bale a year. haa been re Rewarded. circumstances. A liberal reward will be paid to any party who of lands in the Southern job ready for shipment, under tho most favorable ti,. ..In bus! new in Balti- wlllproJuctfBcaie ot LIrer, Kidney or Stomach The oyster-packin- g the States aggregate bnt 20 per cent of complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily represent them, unle FACTS RECARDIHQ more, Md., emptors about 03 firms. The All work sold by mo will bo found to be such as I cure. Bring them along; It will cost you nothing land value in the Union, but the annual largest raw houae in the city opens 11,000 or th medicine If It falls tocure, nnd you will be Dr. Hultrt Iron Teak purchaser will bo fully products of Southern noil rank at 30 per bushels per day, The aggregate product well rewarded lor your trouble besides. All Blood havo been deceived myself, and in that event the It Willi nnrlfy and enrich tlio BLOOD, regulato of the whole. In other wordn, one cent of all the packers ia SI 1,000,000 a year. dI.WLi, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipation and o do my best to please yoo: fifth In money value of the land lying in ...-- . I ..rflfl .H.TflMIT. " "". Call and oxamino my stock and I will general debility aro quickly cured. Satisfaction Appellte.inaiBres-floftTathird of the pro- From 20,000 to 125,000 men and women are c,tir.irt.-.-l or moner refunded. Price only 40 OUiH.ti requiring accr I)ysieil,Wntor lis use. la n.arked the South produces one r etc.. . employed in shucking, and the women are cenu per bottle. For stle by Penny A McAl liter good vehicles from mo and at ....I tw mill Mill rriUlll. JtUIICIt ductive values of the entire country. in stylo, quality and price. You can get as relv0"uew-frcEnllYens Z "" ISrSS ',::? said to be expert ihuckera and to earn . elso and got a guarantees Druggists. tuorulnd and supplies llralii I'owrr. complaints from $2 to $3 per day. suffer H)r lrom all reasonable prices aa you can obtain anywhere A foot in China variea with diflerent pecullur to thclrsux will DnO In MeMrs. Tenny A McAlliter aro always allre to DhTiIARTKR'B IBON TOMIO a fo and speedy and trade. At Ningoo it U only buying away from home. R clear and "I hef taken der ethore, mine dear," s&id belr business, and spare no pains to secure the cuTet It atlTTs a testimony healthy ""'P.1",1?',: them, besides that is worthlese to you when to tho inchM, while at Hbanghal it ia alxteen article In their line. They hare seTho slrouaest ten Jacob to his wife "dat athore by der cor- beat oftrery JUl,TlCK-lKTtMIC !la .lha frenuent altewpU cured the agency for the celebrated Dr. Klng'a inchea. The standard foot of the Imperial pectfully, and already I got mine goods piled in New Dlscorery tor Consumption. The only cer- Ity of the orlalual. ''y"" J"IJ'1," If you and a half Inchea. ner; AKDBMT ekln Utwelve exparlmcnt-mtl- hu Hoar and insured so heavy I can; Ab,efryding tain cure for Consumption, Coughs. Colds, noarse-nr- as, do not n4 jour More w "Ui.,rj;.jS5r3 B i IaiJ. Xln f.r onr r.oot measure, dated A. P. M, Asthma, llay Ferer, Bronchitis, or any affecvas Bo handy; dere vas eflen a match factouaeiui uwrp..iw, and is nine and a half inch tion of the Throat and Lungs. Sold on a positive Ofl. rullof itraotfanaTOMIO IS TO BAW BV Mi .till preserved, HAHTM'a IROM ry by der next door." Trial Bottles' frto."BguUr al,' ft. guiraott. rMumrs AMa Dtvutit Evmtwhbh. m in length. ll fa-ca- well-wor- n be fjx-ikin- Another member of Mr. Samuel Hardin's family la down with fever Mies Birdie but it It reported by thephyaiciins aa only malarial. Mr. John A. llaldeuian and lady are at the Springs and will give a ball to which, Mr. Editor, you and your wife are etpicially invited and expected. Thomas Fiah, con ofJ.S. Fiah, who of W. F. haa len firing at the saw-miDillion, accidentally cut oil three or four toea and otherwise injured hii foot, and at laxt aoconnta, when medical aid was sent for, was bleeding profuaely. 8. A. Middletun sold to C. C. McClare. of (Urrard county, one lot of cruh sheep for $2.50 per head. P. T. Pollard bought o( Dan Holinan, of Kockcaatle, a bay mare S A. MidaMuton bought of J. F. for $100 Kdmiaton a nice little combined mare for t, ZMr nlertor: We had a treat y at a sermon from our dear Dr. Parker. He wat helpful, as usual, and that is the highest word of praise I can bestow. Eloquent he i; learned he if; but I should not go near him for either consideration. After fifty one does not run about seeking such things as eloquent or learned dircounes, if anything of the true end of lite Is known, tlut a helpful word is one "In reason," and that our good doctor al- March 20th. 12 o'clock won-drrf'- tl A Miserable failure. There is no hope for this Legislature It is a dead failure, and the sooner this fact becomes patent perhaps the better. It is doubtful if even an adjourned session can redeem it. Tho sooner it adjourns siitc dit the better will it be for the State and for the Assembly itself. Gov. Meriwether told me the other day that if he lived to get home, and any man should say he was a member of thia Legislature, he intended to tell him he was n prevaricator. He never intended to confess that he was a member. The Chairman of one of the most im portant committees of the Hous said to me this morning in language more expres sive than polite, "This is the d dest Legislature that ever assembled in Frankfort. If it etays here a hundred years it will never accomplish any good." And so it is. With a brilliant promise at the beginning the Legislature his turned out bad. It shirks questions of importance. It lashes itself into a fury over the most trivial matters. It has, in short, written itself down a failure, and it reCourier-Jonrna- l. fuses to efface the inscription. WALL PAPER; TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, -- AT- McROBERTS STAGG'8 OPE1U MOUSE BLOCK, STANFORD. flj! d. 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. Bupley pDor-hou- poar-liri'js- ma-tar- As-seo- ra W. H. HICGINS I -- one-aide- LapCeven, n at ir DENX1WX, lltlr.a. -- A WlABlli. UNDERTAKER, 9 ef - XAV, Dealer in ITririiiture Parlsr I n. Fall ENTERPRISE Grocery. linncnnter, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT eanj & M Al isi ;r -- k, c3 0O Lately been Making Brags, Station and Fancy Articles. I sive Additions Jte-pal- Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-reys, Carriages, Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, Village Carts, d, re Knur a, at. rt su-na- Sit',-712:17- !) s. IRON TONIC I ll'SKV.SIbTHTIS'.r.A. LADIES ci Wide-Awak- e ii. 1 c ...j GEO. D. WEAKEN, Mfg.'s Agt.r STANFORD, . h the present at th'e Central Hotel. Mr. Merrill lm been here a jfar or more in The Pennsylvania Republican Slate cutter in the fashionable merchant tailorConvention, instructed for Blaine and ing homo cf P. A. Maiks. Mrs. L. C. April Staaford, Ky Reed, late candidate for State Librarian, Lincoln. There arc fears of a popular uprising who ha been here quite ill for some time, W. P. WALTON. in Breathitt county, Ky., on account of the returned to her home in Louisville on Wednesday. lynching of Kilburn and Strong. of unsound mind himself. Cincinnati in perhaps the craziest citr M. C. Thurman, agent for lending bugThe Western Congressmen and Pacific on (becircumfeiencoof the globe. la the Thk ''Big Injun democrats" didn't talk slope politicians who called on Mr. Tilden gy manufacturers of Cincinnati and the the matter of rpectaclea and shows it much about tariff reform at tho Iroquois Monday are satisfied that he is not and Kwtern cities, has now a new supply of all Having beaten nil meeting in Chicago.- - At least reports of the will monopoly. claims styles of pleasure vehicles on hand, at his not be a candidate for President. the inland districts in the matter of a flood meeting do not show that that topio pre Mr. A. P. Wilson, of the Central ! warehouse on the corner of Hromlwav snd baying plucked the pluoiea of Parnlemo-slu- dominated. The cowardly set ought to be the Danville Planing i Second streets, near House, has fitted up a very neat store-rooin the way of a riot having annihi- read out of the democratic party by ' in the West end of the hotel building and Mills. During the last live yeHrs he has lated the Noachic record in the exhibitions filled it with a choice stock of queensware, sold over four hundred vehicles in Boyle of the "Zoo" having changed religion into Senator Vanck spoke of the Danville tropical fruits and family groceries. and adjoining counties and in each care his politic, and politics into a farce haTing investigating Wednesday as the "whole Of the Republican State Conventions endeavored to give fntisfaction to his inaugurated a dramatic festival and crowd" and he is pretty well ac- held to date to select delegates to the Nh- He is very thankful to the jiuhlic Bad Boy having instituted a quainted with the force of language. tional, 87 delegates are either instructed j' for the patronage he hss received and ho's hotr for the collection of every cur of for or favor Arthur as first choice for the by fair dealing to merit continuance of LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. high and low degree in tha land and decoPresidency, 71 are for BUine and 51 for the same. Those in need ol anything in costly rated the winners with gorgeous and The Highland Land & Lumber Co., is Logan. this line nr invited to call and examine prettiums haying gone wild over the now a coiporate institution. While Julia A. Hunt was enacting j the stock on hand, it bing no trouble to bfMiiea and merits of a congeries of caterBy a vote of 32 to 24 the House repeal- Fanchon last week at Madisonville, Ky., "how goods. Mr. Frank McOinnis, a prac- wauling felines having established a ed the fish law. Col. Talbott voted for it. the chicken she uses in the first act laid an deal buggy manufacturer, J associated (still for prizes) of babies and Judge Hill's name does not appear. egg in full view of the audience. Miss with Mr. Thurman in the business above babies' mothers, it has culminated in a ring Mr. Cook had leave to present a bill to Hunt has preserved the egg as a souvenir. referred to. All work sold warranted to wooly-headeto the exhibition of ' be as represented empower the county court of Laurel counand defects afterwards Paris News. plckanin-mttpug-noeI ty to issue bonds to build a new courtTho Fair is a certainty. The contract discovered made good at D.nville Imagination falters in the attempt house. for putting up the amphitheater and band HUSTON VILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. todivine what will be the next phase of Judge T. P Hill, Jr., was appointed stand has been let to Baker A Stone, of moon-etruc- k madness. The mania one of the committee to investigate the this Mrs. George M. Uivens died on MonThe charges of bribery at the late Senatorial Burksville, for $ l,i50. The bids of our day night. She was one of the excellent of htm been alarmingly progressive. earlier svmptoms were comparatively mild election. The committee consists of nine home mechanics ranged from $2,600 to 53,- - earth. Four small children, the youngest Columbia Spectator. ad we could bear them, but we do not members and Williams men predominate. 000. born ouly a few hours before its mother's A chimney sweep, an individual who hectUite the to pronounce is no credit to the House that it was thought to be badly obselele, has been death, survive her. She was buried at the It cleg show an outrage and are prepared catfailed to pass a bill to establish an institu- in town for about a week and has swept cemeUry, where a Urge and sad assembly egorically to prove the cat show a rebelattested the high estimation in which her tion for the education of the colored deaf lion against good taste and a suicide of and dumb children, said institution to be out many chimneys. While at work he memory is h ld. ings like a lark, his songs being chiefly of As to premiums on eber judgment. j Some of thoso whose business a qui res connected with the one for white children a serious or sacred character. babies the thing is ridiculous. The stale at the keeping up of large tenuis, ate shipping Danville, but the two schools to be kept The committee on appropriations lias corn in the ear from Indiana as argument is pointless here. This is an tl more separate and apart. reported the Appropriation Bill to the Senwhich will take care of itself and thrn paying the enormous prices de- ate. As amended it provides for a total . NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. mediao legislative stimulus, no protect-iv- e mandtdhere. In ftct Kentucky will be d propriation of $49,725,-100- , which is $5,235,-88- 0 tariff. "Let us have peace." to increase the acreage of corn, or The Louisville street bonds were sold in excess of the amount appropriated diminish the arei of distilleries. Kentucky Eetresfntative McElroy has present- in New York at 97 centn. Ijut year and $3,499,500 in excess of the votle, cm not Wadsworth, Nev., was completely de- amount called lor by the bill as it left the horse, cattle, hugs, even ed bill for the relief of the penitentiary, thrive on a whisky diet exclusively. They w,hich is soon to.be crowded with tbo con- stroyed by fire Tuesday. House. i need something mere eutwmntial and lers The paper mill of Ienberg Bros. w victs now working on railroads, operations . ., The Court of Appeals overruled the t . 111 a nunc. t.HHfiaiuiK".. Loss $20,000 oa them having nearly ceased. The plan burned at Louisville. petition for , . . in the case of Hew. m minim, nuu wi reuirn- it. There are 285 volumes of deed books ill, Auditor, vs, Tiustees of the Frankfort to authorize the commissioners of the sinking fund to hire out ths convicts to be missing from the county recorder's office in Common Schools. This is the utrr.oit ed from Cincinnati, where the latier has been laying iu a slock of goods. J. B. need on tho construction of railroads, Cincinnati. reach of the suit in the courts of the Slate, waterways, levees and mining. We The Senate has already taken up sev- and decides finally that the $270,000 sought Green has repainted his rtore house, which Irave urged such a plan before and now enty sections of the bankruptcy bill and its to be turned to the credit of the common Iooks as Ireoh mid bljomitig as a flower ' garden. I'riati Ddim relumed from Lex that it is before the Legislature we trust early passage is assured. schools must remain in the Treasury to the ington reK)riltig a full market and n unualready credit will see the importance The Senate pawed the bill that the members of the general expenditure fund. sually large supply of the historic Kentill the branch penitentiar is built at least passed by the House, giving certain book s tucky huine oa the ground. Cnarley f adopting this measure of relief to the to the Cincinnati Law Library. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. told his fine sorrel gelding to Mr. crowded prison. Tbe President has nominated Chas. E. It is said the present John Engleman, son of Reuben En- Buckuer, of Covington, lor $300 Charley Jeeetm, who are responsible and humane Coon, of New York, Assistant Secretary of gleman, is happy over the birth of a fine looks cast down and was last seen driving Btat will continue to hire the convicts if the Treasury, to succeed John C. New, re filly colt out of a thoroughbred Glencoe plug at a a gtil i.u. a the bill named is passed and thus prevent signed. mare by Metropolitan. mile in two hours and forty minutes. to person thera from breeding disease in prison and Terrible destruction, injury Fred Maonbeimer, of the Woodbine Green's chromo, representing the personel becoming an entire dead weight on the and loss of life was caused by a cyclone in restaurant, has added to his already attract- of the "Lime Kiln Club," lu colors, is at Stale, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama and adjacent ive establishment a fine Italian marble tracting such crowds as to obstruct the The Moirison horizontal tariff reduction territory. sods fount, manufactured by Charles Lepp- Arch Bailey, our oldest colored The unveiling of Judge Elliott's monbill was only saved by the skin of its teeth, Philadelphia uthe vote to consider it stood 140 to 138. ument will take place at Frankfort Apt. encott & Co.,ilartigan, who wa arrested j citizen, poirta to it with gratitude as show- Dennis in jnK U()W civilization h elvvnted his race Jto analysis shows that the affirmative vote 24. Hon. Isaac Caldwell will be orator of a demented condition on Sunday evening . tbe occasion. waa cast by 135 democrats and 5 republiMr. Thornton, ol lbmion.hss recentThe Governor has appointed Dr. Hen- and committed to it'll for safe keeping,! ly refused 51,1 IK for .i cans and the negative by 09 votes and 39 mare , democrats. Mr. Morrison made a strong ry R. Pusey, of Louisville, Medical Super- seemed to have recovered entirely on Thure-- sired by R II Crow's 'Nobby " Another peech in favor of the bill and gave the intendent of Anchorage Asylum, vice Dr day morning and was accordingly relnued of his colls is trotting, with little training, from custody. He says he started from aaoat potent reasons why a war tariff should K. H. Gale, resigned. a 2:1ft gait and it now seems that he will Judge Charles E. Kincaid, Private Louisville for Nashville, hut after he reach-e- d become a second M md S We understand sot prevail in time of peace. He said that Lebanon Junction he renumber noth-- ' lint w nf ttnht'm't .rlt.i liMtf.. Ibiuii the bill wai not near all that he and other Secretary to the Governor, is down with wished, but it was a step in the meiales and the Frankfort fair ones ing, until his mind returned l him while i ed, but they all sh ,w a remurkahie burst i f tariff reformers in J til. sjeed. the right direction and would .ultimately refuse to be comforted. Mr. Elward Hughes, an old and reresult in the much desired relief. It is The republicans of the Knoxville eaid that the measure will gain strength a (Tenn ) district renominated Congressman spected citiaen of Boyle county, fell dead it is discussed and that there is now no Houk by acclamation and appointed two Ironi apoplexy on Wednesday morning doubt of its ultimite passage by the IIou'c. Arthur delegate to the Chicago conven while superintending tbe plowing of his THK garden. The deceased was about 74 years tion. TnKNew Jersey republicans put the new criminnl court old and had been in good health for a man The creation of a - proper tstimate on Johnnie Wise, the man district brings the case of Wm. Neal, the of his age up to the moment the summon who rode into Congress on the votes of ne last of the Ashland fiends, to trial at Graycame Mrs. Anne Vanardall, widow of groes, whom he claims are only fit to be re- son this week. He was tuken thither Iham Vanarrdall. died Monday and was Hm jutt rueW'J a Diie lot of ceived in his kitchen and by advocating Tuesday. interred here on Tuesday. the repudiation of Virginia's honest debt. A negro who killed a white lady near It is announced that to day the olice An officious fellows invited him to address Brenham, Texas, because she refused to court of Danville will again open its batfCiilV a republican meeting at Trenton, but when allow him a seat with her at the tab'e, was teries on A S McGrorty, II. K Samuel v ii as it it as learned by the members, they captured by tbe citizens and burned to Mnd 11. W. Evans for selling a small bottle with more emphasis than elegance. death at a otake, of whisky to one Webb, of Cincinnati, last Oranges, Lomons and Bananas. "Wo don't want any d n readjuster to A dispatch from Zicttecas, Mexico, re- November. It should be remembered that come hero and address us." Which inform- ports an uprising against tbe American these prosecutions were instituted and are ation being conveyed to Johnnie, ho Jaid A mob attacked the Mexican Cenkept olive strictly in the interest of Mon- - A Liircc Lot of I'InIiIiik Turkic, down his grip sack and stayed at home. lolCN, 1. 1 111!, 4.VC. tral Railroad and burned bridges and tore AI.ITY. up the track for miles. The meeting at the 2d Presbyterian iUO Iris now stated in Washington with con Joseph Casey was hanged at Tucson, church, at which the services have been siderable show of trutbfulneii that Arthur SAMPLE BOOKS OF WALL PAPER. has thrown up the sponge in the presidential A. T., Tuesday, for the murder of Jailer conducted by Dr. Wishard the evangelist, Holbrook last April, while attempting to is still in nrosress. Services are held in owe teat, It is known that he will not per-aJ. V. IIOOCKI, I. M. OWKHS. his name to go before the convention ii break jail. Casey refused to revesl his the evening and at night to full congreja- ! New York show a msprity of her delega- right name or his history, tiont. Over $23,500,000 in gold has been Mr. L F. Slruve and family are now tion against him, which now seems inevitaJWcKINSKY, KY. this year, which is about 50 per occupying the properly on 4th street ble. It Li believed by everybody in Washcent, more than in 1883. The net gold recently purchased from W. G. Proctor. I h(Te juit 0neJ up this Unlet, alter being ington that he will only figure at Chicago thoroughly refitted ami refimiltliu'l throughout in the attitude of a Nemesis, with scalping reserve In the treasury now is $141,000,000, Mrs. Mollie J. Spears and her two chil- with every tiling new, and lower than for a long time. knife and tomahawk in hand.. Elmund dren, from Cincinnati, nre here, probadly Flrst-Clns- s Style Mist Emma Lippenstead, of Christians, for the summer. They have rooms at the I Intend t o Hun It In ad Blaine seem now to possess more sub. staatial booms than any of the aspirants in Norway, who has been sent by her govern- Clemens House. Capt. J. K. Bishop, who Kxcellrnt Mlaeral Water on the pmnlin aoj thoi d the g. o. p. ment to examine tne institu- returned from New York last week, is duringKcekimj health ran not And a heller remrt tue summer special attention will lx tions of this country, is at Frankfort. She somewhat indisposed from rheumatism. plren to Ihn want! of Coinmerrlal Men, who will The Evening 2W, of Cincinnati, with tlnd Urge and clue room, toUlsplsjr their samplea. I shall also keep a I.lvrry dtahla.whrrn commendable liberality gave 800newaboya a speaks very highly of the manner in which The family of Mr. R. G. Merrill have hortrV and pool turnouts can he lud at alt theatre party at Havlin's Tuesday evening, tbe Kentucky institution Is conducted. from Louisville and have rooms for lit 'us-lin- j heirs. S. .11. O IIM.WN. The Iroquois Club, of Chicago, gave in appreciation of their work in selling 60,000 FmU s day during the riots in that its annual dinner Tuesday night. Many city. The boys were marched through the prominent democrats from all parts of tbe principal streets preceded by a brass band country attended. Letters were read from AciE.sr Foa Thk and made a very commendable appearance. Samuel J. Tilden and others. Mr. Pendleton spoke on civil service reform in an able The Tbtt claims, no doubt truthfully, that & it la the second piper In Ohio in point of manner. The Adjutant General of Ohio basis-sueAnd the Machinery natucd he'ow, for Lincoln and Gatrard Countlei.- circulation. It is a lively little sheet and an order directing the Colonel of the WehulM lheFamou"noXAZA" TIIItF.MIKTl t r Whrat.Dati. FlJX.C!nvr, deserves tho success it is securing. Veteran Guard of Cincinnati to turn over 1'iaauuil all Seeds ami (Jrulti. iniilir"t:i ItKUA." Mrim Murker. i 1'oiiTAiiLi; i:.ii.m-..- ol 4, i, h Ihkii, is unit '.j lliri-Tile sensation of yesterday was the all ordnance and Stores to the Slate arsenal Traction & I'uHrr.unil sjic Mill. jt till Sues Ih ireo EtliaDle Agents WaitCJ. ROBINSON & CO., Richmond, Intl. of Judge Richard Reid, of the Su- because of the refusal of the regiment to s SSY.W V S '1 I perior Court, by J. J. Corneileon, a Mt. respond to the order of the sheriff to proSterling,'! a wyer, who charged that Reid had tect the murderers during the late riot. played him false. If Reid had been in Two frightful wrecks occurred on the Franktort attending to his business, instead Western and Atlantic Riilroad near Big of running around electioneering for anoth- Shanty, Georgia, to a freight and a paesen-ger 8Qf Bead What Some of Our Best Farmers and Citizens of Lincoln and Garrard Sayi er office, he would not have gotten this train, causing three instant deaths, "We, ths undersigned cltlztm of Lincoln and (iarrard, do mtiijr that va linre had our nheat whipping, and some people will not bo sor fatally wounding three others, and wound- - threshed with Koblnson A Co.'a New Uooanzi drain anlaead Tnmlisr nod i;n(jlno, and we glte great ry Jor htm ing twslve passengers and five freight cremt lor me worn ii urn tor ui. It rureiuei rait, eieaoi and aeptralea at rood ss any we eicr unut runa smoother and wild leu noise, cota not track tlie Kraltt like molt maihlnes. In conclusion rill to uuy Macnineioi mis kind that they can not do better than tu get the The Kentucky House has showed Ita hands. Washouts caused the accidents. sjy to llioxt that 8old hy W. H. TItAYLOU, tilanlo'd. Kr. ee him and get prices Thresher und Eorlne. aininity more than once but never more Mr. Turner, of Kentucky, hai intro- lforpurchilnselwhpre signed: J H. Owily, H. iliughican, J. It. Sillier. . I. (' I.ynn, ri. J. Km- orj, j n, uwsier, u. . uuuu, . it, uuuuemr, nw uuoun, jomuq reiki jamea i. AUirai, win. A. so than in voting to repeal the fish law. duced a resolution in tbe House, with a Hlatt, J. Hurt. W e endorse what the farmer say In regard to the Itonanra Tbo Senate surely hss too much wisdom to preamble reciting that bondholders and Thresher and Enginn hu'lt hr Koblnaon ACo, Htchmond, Indiana, and aoliho'e by V. II. TKAVl.OU, their Aiieni W' navo bought and take this miserable step backwards. millionaires had piid no taxes for the latt ground quit on lot of wheat threshed with the liouauzs Thresber, and tt wjs splendidly done nice e like We are in receipt of Senator Jaa. A. twenty years and that the taxation flhould andAe'ean not cut upMills.we often It. tilgnei: J. K Karris: lluiiilo Mills, Staufjrd, Ky t McAlls-le- r Hallee, Lincoln Tu those whom I hare sold machinery I extend thinks tor their patroiage, and will siy to those Beck's masterly speech in opposition to the be equal; therefore that there shall be lev- that exptct tohdr that I will lake great pleasure In lilting yon ud with th ahniM nstiml msrhlnervi anconititutional educational bill pawed by ied a tax on incomes over $5,000 of 3 per Wl I see that everything lain perlect working order. I hare on hand a aunnl ol nrlntl miliar .which will be sent to any one aJdrnilng me at Ntanfor I, Lincoln County, K'r. the Senate. cent, and of 5 per cent, on all over $10,000. Yours, my truly, , THAYl.OIl, "''""' ' IT. Stmi-83U- f his Intcriorloimral Col. 8wope's resignation wai to take effect March 31t, he is still in possesion nf the collector's oflicc and we will 18, 1884 wager two to one that the sme can be said to the end of Arthur's administration. Swope knows how to cut his cards to win, and the man who takes him for an idiot is Although The West Virginia Democrats Instruct- ed for Tilden. & r-- iim, m Wat-terso- n. drama-tiaedTeck- 'fl st cus-tome- hell-fire- d I com-ftetili- ' ' ' long-ieek- d, s I 11 j bow-legge- d L n -- ; I ly icon-ounc- cum-jelle- , . w i ca-oa- n 2 a c : a h rrl fcan-dldg- leu-doll- ar two-fort- y side-wal- ,.. n F. Peacock Ij:i'IST, KY tn i ft E9 o M HUSTONVILLE, FOItE FJCUITN, He" Q 2 td 0 22 h 3 V o ' it I Commercial Hotel l m Eh feeble-minde- C ffl d firm-cla- HIT. H. TRAYLOR, JI-ih crli.titi-Circular BONANZA GRAIN FIELD SEES THRESHER. d 1 1 , cow-hidi- .W Jhm,- eci Ho-n- i, m V H J--J r i 1. I I i I ' I (Jam: Chilled Pinw ond Cum Drill at lilth, 1883 Chriatian, Kepreaentatlve, of medium cattle brought b cents per lb. Senator, Judge, Citizen, all of which Igni Mulea brought from $100 to $100. Burreal bargain.. T, K Wallon. he filled with fidelity and honor," gee A Gentry cold 1!S at $121 publicly and Tiik celebraled one dollnr "Pearl Shirt" tion The other I inacribed "In God'a Care," 30 privately at $1125 to $200. April IS, 1884 for ninety cent nt Itobt. S. Lytle'a Stanford, Ky., I have two nice, medium sje I, good with the date of birth nnd death of DaAn elegant line of ladies' nnd Reiit.' fine, vid II. ilowman and their little daughter, Jackri to apare, of good Mock and quality, One ia 3, tho other 6 year old, both well ciiatom made alioo, jimt received by I'd Joaephitiu W. Bowman. l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. TiiUEHKAKT. Alter a atubborn and proven. Will have them at Danville on t 12 no r. m. miston A Owsley. Mill train going North. ..t M r. m, ' Houlh .. .. 1 01 A.M. Ol'lt lnl year'n bmineiM must be closed painful illnca of aeveral week, Mr. Vir- court day, 21at, and if I don't aell them, Kiprrastraln" Bouth ... 2 !M A.M. pt them out (or the reason. Levi Hub" Norn ... up. TIioho indebttd to ua will please lake ginia Trueheart ptaaed to her reward Tues- will The abore li calculated on standard time. Molar It day morning at J o'clock, in the Goth year ble, Shelby City, Ky. notice. Kdniiaton A Owsley. time It nlmut 'i0 minutes faster In Cincinnati the general range of of her age. She waa a daughter of Dr H II. Kiunkh Imi received hi alock of Wm. Crump, Miniater to Chili tinder Preai-d- c price for cattle are for common to meJium LOCAL NOTICES. epring and cummer (.wmIi and hiaatore ia nt Taylor and waa born at "Let Lone," 2 to 4 83; good to extra butcher 5 to G; chock full of them. Cull and examine. Buy Painth of Penny A McAHater. Powiiatan county. Va, In 1843 ahe waa common to beat shipper 6 40 to tij; stackaji.... IjANDIietiih garden seeda at Mcltobert JtiaT In. A big line of Carriage, Hug. married lo Mr. Chaa.H. Trueheart, grand-ao- ers and feeder 4 to 5 85. Hogs are dull A Htagg', of Gov. Charles Scott, of Kentucky, and lower and pricei ran from 4.70 to 5 35 gieri, Kurreyi, Ituckbuarda and Itoad Carta Landketiiu Garden Seed at I'miny A nnd all at bottom ligurra ISright A Cur who preceded her to the grave n nnmber of for common to 5 to CJ for beat shippers McAlisterV. year. When her aon, the late Kev. Wm. and butcher. Sheep are suady at 3j to ran. Jon. Haas Hog Cholera. Cure. Penny 4 Whitley county Trueheart, removed to thia place ahe came 5; clipped to 4 J. A McAllster no!e agents. Jauku Rainwatkk, the with him and with the exception of your account with Penny A Mc murderer, who haa been jail here for more MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Aliatrr by cash or noli. than a year, waa taken to Williamsburg for abort interval when ahe viaited her other Managed by Jno. B, Fish. IIka.NI) new slock of every thing in the children, the ban made Stanford her home, trial thia week. Mr. W. K. Singleton i here preparing jewelry Hue at Penny A McAlisterV. and boat of friend have been gathered to shadows" on show-daIit'CK TntllUNK waa tried at Huaton-vill- e HonAK, cattle, sheep anil ioultry (vow. her, who aincerely armpathiie with the to "catch der for sale by McHobrrta A Slagg. Mir Mollie Brown haa bought the for aaaaulling a boy who aaked him atricken family in their hour of grief. Nr.iraliadea of ready uiixrsl paints for for ten centa that lie owed him and fined Mra. Trueheart wan a mort accomplished, millinery establishment from Mr. Bragg A StiRj.'. apring trade at Mcllobert $14 and oola. Alight aentence coniider chriatian woman and reared and will run lliht busines in the store Watciik, Clocka and Jewelry repaired ing the oflene a family of childreu who are honoring room under Mra. Brook' dwelling. and warranted by Penny A McAlister. We acknowledge the receipt cf an in Fur Hai.k, a new uprFjjlit.J. A G Fischer Till ha been a moat disagreeable week, their respective atation in life. Thoee who piano. Apply at Intkhiok Jowanal of with either ita eaaler or dogwood winter, aurrive her are Mra. Lelia Potter, of Acco-- vitation to a "little dance" to be given at the Spring Hotel on the evening of the 18th fice-- l ac, Va.. Mr. Wallace Taylor, of Huntbut we boH) old ltjrea will give tl a reat Nkw and full stock of I'Vlnru TncUe of now. Yenterday wai a decided improve- ington, W. Va., Mr. Julian Trueheart, of by Mr J A. Ha'deman snd other. every variety juat received at McltoberU A ment on it prrdece"ortt. The member of the Christian church Texaa; Dr. P. P. Truaheart, of Kansaaj Ktagg'a. at thia place are making an effort to secuie A Town Foil coi'Rhs, rolds, Ac, use Cotnouiid C'm.rN. A young man, Mr. Virginia S Bourne and Mixa Florence the cervices of Kev. J. L. Allen, of Dan 25c and 60c whom wo peraonally know hadn't taken a Trueheart, of Stanford, moat of whom Syrup White Pine. Put up in the remainder of this year. bottle. Trial size. 10c. Mcltobert A drop for a week, clipped and fell head fore-mo- were denied the mournlul conaolation of ville, Kt for ia all ablaze with the blight The town Stage being with her in her Uat hour. lie v. I y down a attirway ilfi feet high, flaming, gaudy pictures of 8. II. Barrett A S. McKlroy, of the Preabyterian church, of PERSONAL mid got up unhurt. show. The small boy ia in his hap-piewhich ahe waa for many year a faithful Co'., mood, and the coloreJ folks are not Mhfl. J II. JIiKKKii lua returned from pa Hkvkkai. truck of the aouth-lounniernbtr, conducted the funeral aervicea at a viait to Lexington. ainger Irani on tl e K C Wednrmhy night the reaidence of Dr. M. L. Iburne Wed at all di'pleared. Walker Newcomb, our moat substanKi.o. V II. Ct.ovi has rtlurnwl from weie thrown (rem the track by running nesday afternoon and then a long cortege) North Middletown over route cattle belonging to John li liar-ri- of aorrowing friend followed the remain tial colored citizen, has purchaaed n brand hand-orgaHe his it sitting in the Mim Oi.uk Butnkii, of Ilrodhoid, is but no damage waa done. A delay of to their laal resting place in Buffalo ceme- new .siting Miss I.illle McClary. centre of his grocery and is grinding out an hour and a half reaulled. tery. There i no loaa on earth greater music all the time. A bold scheme to Mux. Sai.mii Wkmii, of Niehohi-vill, than the death of a mother and while nearPotmahtkk W C Pitman, at Manchea-terU viaiting Mra. Porter Slagg draw custom. write under dle of April 14th that ly all of the beieavcd have formed other re We are accused of not wiiting enough ia Mis Jrrrr.Ko.v I)ah Kok-i:i- .i. neither iaiue of the Intkhiok Jol'KNAi. of lation in life, they can never have a truer, for Jhis department. We only have to say the curat ol her aistrr, Mr'. I'ph .Smith. more diinterted and uraelfiah love than that we are doing the beat we can. We Mk. Wu.t, U. Mammc, of Nhville, lat week haa to died that office. If the i now denied them forever. fault U no: with the mail metatngeii, which that which haa joined hi wife at Hon. John 8 () try to keep potted about tstry thing that They will not rea'iteit, however, like that transpires around town and if any perron we doubt, thrr.9 muat be miserable manley' youngeat daughter, on whom the blow fill who know anything of importance in the Miw. JrixiK J H. KENtutiiK, ol agement on the mountain atar route. with ditr;eirig aeveritv, for ahe wa her country will inform u he or she will South-Ben- d Homeraet, ia the guot of heraUp daughter, Ji'iKii: Oanli-- held a apeoial term of bin all in all. May the knowledge that mother oblige us very much, us we are not supposed Mra J. Alcorn. in the realenlay and waa kept ex ia atfe now in the kingdom of heaven, to know everything that tranrpire Mn rnnnlrt lir mtlittlnn. IVrhana Mr. W.ll. Vaii.a':Tayik, of Hunting-ton- , court hereblur nil ceedingly A number of where she can one day join her, conajle and, ton would aay we utilize too much of bis W. Va., aiilved loo late even to aee were de poed of and William Dyehouae comfort her in the dark hours of grief. apace, . her mother' rrmsim. W Mim Ida Auams is visiting in a youth of 17, from Garrard county, waa I) It, Campkntkh haa connected hla of RELIGIOUS. thi week. Mita Lou Jacksoo, of given two year in the Penitentiary for fice with hi residence by telephone, a dis London, ia vinitine Miss Lou McKee at itealing a hote from J F. Miller. He The Preby:enaa meeting at Richmond thi place. Miss Tilitha Greaham, of Liva mile. tance of confrw-r- d and threw himself on the mercy cloeed with nine addition, only one being ingston, ia spending a faw days with friends Mil I C KamLY, n popular lueichant of the jury, which gave him the ahorteat by canfevion. in town, lhn week. Mr. J W. Slavina, of Montlcello, waa here thia wek predict- term Rev. I. S McElroy will preach at Hut who haa been satiating Jaa. Maret in the ing with a vie of removing and permaInst night for Texas to take a Lynch k.d MI'i" Koe Hicharda, who ia tonville at 11 a. M Siturday and at the depot, left position in that Stite. "Aunt" lucrative .Stanford, nently locating for bmintw. same hour Sunday next. Polly Proctor and D. C. Poynton will start like the alage coach, can always nuke room teaching muaic at Jickaon, lireatbitt counIt has been noted that Brother Barnes' to Missouri next week. ty, wtite that Henderaon Kilburn, white, for on wore and all seem to preer and Jack Adams, Jr., has rented , Mrs. have been failing in interest for grow fat We will do our beet for him if and Hen Strong, colored, were taken from letter Bragg' house and commenced housekeep some weeks. He givaa the reason in one ing the jail there and hung to the portico of W. M. Weber has rented his house he decide to oome. court-bolidfor uiurder The mob waa we publish thia issue. and lot. recently purchased from J. T. W II MlM.ru, a prominent the Cait The West Islington Presbytery, in Claik. to Mr Smith, auperviior ol the L lawjerand real etate agent of Stanford, very order It in their proceediuga and lelt a to Jell note pinned to the clothing of the men that session at Midway, pissed an order uquir A N Riilroad from Gum Sulphur and Maj Kinc, of the Kstgllsh army, were co .Mr. win iane possession me Hiurderri in the future may expect to share ing every minister within ita bounds lo va- latof Maynmlin W. P MrKee and famiDr. M.i)or King Mill in ton lat StturtUr. a cate his pulpit two wtika i.'uring the rum- ly wlllalart to Florida next Monday night. return to Knglsml in n abort time, but ex. the me fate. the doctor, but as we We re orry t Tumi: is some cood butter made in this mer and fall and give (hat time to evan- cannot ke;p himloe our mi 1st, we jo'n the Pfcta to return next fall and purchase a in gelistic work in the mountains of the f Winchester 'section, we are glad In chronicle. We larni in the blnera's region whole community in wishing him a pleis-n. Major Here huii Hun We are clal to add that th a aamnle made by State. journey and "health and prosivenlv in Rev. J M Kvan returned to My- ll e future wherever he may be. Mr. F L Is pleased with this pill ( the i the nrcfimplUhed wife nf Judge M. II O ville fsom Southern K.utuckr on Wednes Thompson will heir in housekeeping in the blue grans regie n and m) that Lincoln lev, f Lint-alr- r, which tnko the blue day. He held two iiieetinj, one at Hop house o be vacated by Dr. McKee. eopte have won their wav b ,n over anything we have reen in many a v and ii kinsville the other at Henderson. There beautiful gulden oolor, well work-tha- t were l'.Hi day into hi iiilerr-- U and aileeliuu ro alron-flMY Al)VKKriSr)1XTh. conleiioiis in Hie two meeting; he prefer a li. lue here to any plac- - Ijf vd aud sailed to a nicely, it waa a model for 1 10 addition to the Presbyierian church. haa eten in the blHlc. Mrj King, br hla any lioufkeeer and would bring the bluab The two churches gave $1,100 for evangelgentlemanly deporiiuenl and genial di?Kj to timnv of the fare of those who o! one istic work Pari (Ky ) Citizen. sition ha made the feeling reciprocal and of the lust article of consumption. The Southern Branch of the Transyl-vani- a le. iltuitel on ratio A flue Slock Farm tor Mr.-- nnu lin I. I- I- tnul tilm will I (.Isil It. I .... mm. ..... . . .. miii .!. tnritiii niiu ...... . sst ol Ccb Orcliar.l. much of the Und rlyrr Preibytery met here on Wednesday vjiai ii.h ruiu p!r loU. tt Jaiiim, tCrab Kor terras ImiUoiu. welcome him luck to beennm cue of u. Ntlonl lar conductor, ('apt W. W. Sweeney, a few night and afier a sermon by the retiring Orchard, Ky., or to uiyiolf l ,UUk . OUSLF.V, day ago, tie tout u LOCAL MATTERS. mat lie nail Deli! hi Moderator, Rev. W. Y. Devi, of Pieissnt T.C Huuitr. 212 Ini present oition almrat without interrup Grove, Rev. J. C. Coldwell was elected Hand corn planter and corn drills at tion Rev. J J Chisholm, 27 real. H commenced when Moderator and W. II. HigginsV The following preachers and elder the L V X. wa hut 30 mile long and has Clerk Kkihtkkx diztn Pearl Shirts opened at een it crawl ulcug till now it embrace are preceni: Rev. W Y, Divis, Pletraut I am in receipt of the liindtouiNt and most comItobt. K. LyileV plete line of thousand of miles anil m one ol the moat Grove; J.C. Coldwell, New Providence; T A. Bracken, I) 1). Lebanon; Wm. Crow, in the country AND SUMMER MILLINERY of lumber In the rough at my itnort.iut corporaiion SPRING Au kind lli experience in railrondinH' during the war Richmond; Harvey Glass, Richmond; K. t .... .r dandled, lo wnlch I inrlte Tour -- tten yards. B. K Wenren. ' iavery interesting, embracirgmany danger Fornian, 1). I)., Richmond; H M Green, tlon Hat lus InVr-- unniu-- l tare ill IU filfCllon, win itoto iuui-- .i TllK largist alock ol new good in town ous and trying episode. The old gentleman I 1 am mre thnt su J. Chisholm, Ilarrod-bur,l sdvsuUHfuU. Olx iiirncsll at Edmiston A Owsley's. S. McElroy, Stanford; J. K. Triplet., Mc i now in hi GOth year and hla hair and Ky. 2i2.f E E Ervin, Paint Lick, J. S. LyGakden seed, New York seed potatoe whiskers have grown gray in the service of Kinnev; Ruling elder pres! the company. Few men remain conductors ons, Liwrenceburg. and onion sets at T. K. Walton's. Har-risoas lung a he, tho popular impression being ent: E S. Mays, Springfield; O. B. A kink line of garden seeds, of every 21 church Iebanon; A. R Denny, that they get rich early and retire. Not Bar Lower Thau Ever Before! at Wan en A MetctlfV. money has ever Paint Lick; Col. C. II. Breck, Richmond; one cent of the company' t up complete I hTe just iceel ted and 1 Judge George F. Lee, 1st church Danville; or fprlng Uiols. AcAni.oMl Mm dried, boiled meal atuck to hi hand, except that which he J. Adams, 1st church Harrodsbore; J. M. tnddrirbltKLordli.u lu my last which iu proposition, elllUK strictly honestly earn and no man haa a fairer recot April. on lb lit dsy juat received at Briitht A Curran's. Silver Creel trflnnln II II ord than he. In fact, it i a joke among Wray, Stanford; J. W. Mr Prlcr.H on (foods Surprise nil that Bio apring lot ot .dgler Broa'. ahoea for the boy that a man had just a well buy a Chapel; T. R Brown, Pleasant Grove; Jos. VNIt My Store, both sexes juat received ntS II. Shank'. ticket as to give hi money to Cipt. Swee- Forsythe, New Providence; S. D. Murphy, tell- Pulaski; R Bibb, McKinney; S. A. Newell, And ihBT irouwny rrrfrctlr tatlifiisl that I anl they eer Two new potoHice have been establish-i- n ney. The company will get it all the same. liioodsllor prlirsttwu this businessbrought is only Pisgab; J. B. McKinney, Hanging Fork; belore. Nuvr to the tr.d -- A come Liurel countv Crawford and Linghan He is a great temperance man and advouialtcr of dollars and cents,bargains ererybody and Msck-villthe Rrand cate the Htrnngent of prohibition laws. J. M. Wilsou. Salvias; J. B. Lltsey, hareKeipectfull., II'. 31. HOWARD, Am, perron having chances in jinz-- J gun Long may hi familiar face be seen and his The usual routine work and que trab Orchard, Ky. 212-- 1 m tiona of the church interest's occupied have then money refunded by celling voice heard, "Ticket, please 1" cin most of the time of the Preabylery yeeter-- j on Bright A Curran. DEATHS day. At it request Harmony church Wk have the largest line of hemp, cotMr. and Mrs A. M. Feland lost their waa desolved and Its membership cf three OK ton, yarn and Brussels carpets ever shown little babe, Tuesday, aged only a few days. transferred to Danville. Foreign missions market. Kdmiston A Oweley. t in this STOCK, CROP, &C. Two old citizens of Richmond, says were discuesed last night, Rev. E. Erwin LAND, New Orleani Min- the llcralil, died this week; Mrs. Jesse leading oft. Reports from missionaries in Tiik manager of the Knot sold pilrstely before, I will oiler lor tale on strels writes that hi troupe will certainly Carver, aged 81 and Mis. Mary A. Hall, foreign lands were read and a number of '81, WEDNESDAY, interesting speeches made. lis hero on Friday, Apl. 2Mb. Since its a;ed S I. in this section will be Mailaon county, 9 inlln South of My KAUM In Their friends last appearance it haa doubled in number lfi.lminn.l. rnntlnlnir rYSir AnrAi. known as LAND. STOCK AND CROP. pained to learn that Robert, the eldest and greatly improved in every way. or ltlrllie Knrm.TylrK on tho waters of ib. Tlouring Mills child of H. II. and Bettie W. Hall, died at Capt. Kldd sold 01 thorouRhbred horn-- c MlvcrCreek,- near tho fine lor crazlne of John and craln Is Thwv.il- When Kate Dennis' trial forcuttingand Knoxville on the 15th, aged 5 rears. of nn.l ..tnli .if It nnulil L'rnw tolmLCYJ well. It ! at Lexinslon for 13,500. an ttverago Milendldly fenced and In a high state of cultlra atabbing Policennn O'Conor, her paramour, Lollic Allen, the lovable daughter of $222 (Ion About 79 Acres are in torn, iu or jut jy'" was called at Lexington .Monday ahe failed Col C. Hrlsht traded Smith lJaURhman nt tiiiiIht. alioui iuu .cres lor orn, p iowim iruui R D.Allen, of the Kentucky Military mxI last the halnute hai been in grass for forto appear and her bond waa declared Institute, died there on tho 14th, aged 12 out of liiri bucuy lorve and then oold htm years 'llie dwelling Is ul brick, new and modern all tm conTenlencea and Improvements i said that she has left the .kImsIiIi feited. It year. Fntil recently she had been a pu- for $176. In Ule architecture, llii outbul'dlugs are new State. in Wm. Spencer has rented fifteen acre and ntbitantlal Ssteral tenant houses at on here, where pil of Mrs. Trueheart'-Colleg- e farm. It Is located localities on Foil tiie Pen. C. N. Scoville, sherifl of she won her way into the affection, of both of land near Ml Sterling, Kyto go in to plket and within IS the of adepj.t on tne Iew miles Kentucky Central Itallroad I Kxlcnsonoflhe Laurel county, passed down Tuesday with teacherd and scholars, who mourn with the bacco, nt $50 per acre. will cirerlliH linn In tracts and then as a whole. John Higgin. white, 1 year, and Daniel bereaved parents at her untimely death. Sprinu chicken), too young to At tin ihiii tltuH atd place I will olfer Jackson .ind Iraac Pearl, colored, the for- During her slay here she had professed re- their mother, bring $ 1 25 per don in the Ten or fifleen head of thoroughbred Cows and Hilfers, nglsiered In A. H. B. and Indlridually mer for 4 and the lnlivr for 18 months, all ligion and was fully prepared to take her Pari market. None of Hny kind hw been good, seTtiralyokeofOxen.SO or 25 other for grand lircenr. ofl'ered here. place with the angels. 50 Hogs, some Horse block, Farming UtenJo. II Kiten bouht lat week 350 head sils, 4 or S Wagons, J Csrti, 1 Buggy, SCO or 560 Mrs. Cath Bailey and Mrs. Mary BowEvrENBtVK impiov'euieDts and busy barrels of Corn, a lot ol Hay, etc. are being made ut old Rockcastle man havo recently marked the resting-place- s of bona, averajjo 1 10 pounds, of J. B. Biles, 1 Invite purchasers to Inipect the land, ai I am frty-fourt- h Kockland, Tenn,, at J 185 per hundred, In Btifl'alo Cemeof their hustunds Springs, Kentucky, to render its of th preiuUes j .itlslled Ihut u close .nTcsiig-iit- u successful in iu his- tery, with massive and handsome inoiiu-menl- gross; of W. 15. Dunbar, Adair counly, 01 will liKre-i- e my cbsncis to sell. eeaeon the most Lteb. 'It rim t made kuown-- . on day ol sale bale to cora- of granite, that of Judge Bailey bo head, average 105 pounds at ?5.25. XI tory. Hotel now open and descriptive ciriiiaii... -- 10 fVnlock j ui The crops on tho pisc win ij piauieu oj culars and analysis ready for distribution ing surmounted by a life size marble statue. non Standard. issle If lh weather poriulta, Addresuwu at Kings Lexington Court was largely attend ,i wunty. Ky. thi monument ia "W. G. . on application to F. J. Campbell, Manager, On one side of ,nr tu were uhlt FiftT bead I 'iJJ-J iJ-Biiley, Born March 10th, 1S03, Died April Rockcnjtle Springs, Ky. .. n Ci-oke high-mindem Wtd-neadaat d a, n. e, y d-T- Jad. BRIGHT -- & CURRAN. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - SI -- AND DEALERS IN- - HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, INCLUDING THE Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland ' and XL S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE ACENTS FOR ce I I a and Hamilton Plows, Sole Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning Plows, liar-rod'bu- one-thi- Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting -- e, Vlacliines; ALX, AT BED ROCK PRICES. nt rib-cou- nt y WIN T. R. WALTON I Cornei Main and Somerset streets, where yon are sure to be TREATED FAIRLY I if'... 1 fr Of any of the goods named below yon should by all means .. buy them of TO THE LADIES Notice ! -; BU-fu- ra. n, SPEING GOODS opr-nu- 4 SPELT: e. Public Sale Aritll. 2, . m "II. . nt Cat-ti- e, ptep-aralio- -- B Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, feoaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Hope, Canned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Quecnsware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, &c, and all at VERY L04W PRICES. Country Produce Wanted. l..,iila -- 1 JAMES II. McCREAKY Woman in The Blue Grass Region. As to women, says Petroleum V. Nasby, Is a Candidate for Congress la 111 Right h District, the Kentuckian carries his devotion to a subject to the will ol ihe Democracy. 18, 1884 L . v - Keels areat anxiety for thepeopluof Stanford and point that is delightful, if it is absurd. He Lincoln county and promises to do the fair tiling April Stanford. Ky., II OX. A. G. TAIsllOTT loves a fine woman with ft love that is half for them If they will Injure with him In either ct The London .1 Lancashire Insurance Co., of as the lion It Cnndldatefor ofCongress In this dlstrlct,',iab-Jereverence. He does not love her E. H. BURNBIDE, to tbetctlon the democracy. Liverpool, whoM ameta are IJ.'i'iO.uoo, or Theltoyal, ol Liverpool, aiaeta ;c,o7,l71, nr her, but with an acAgo. Forty Years does the lamb, to eat The Lancashire, of Manchester, vets over M, 000,000. Collins were very plain and burial ck-e- t knowledgement that she is the superior be Woll - Known Old Wtjmnlie to pdy all hi in rem uy tf aAjuitmtnl ing, that she was created to be loved and were unknown. Maintains Hotol ami wilt rvVjiut th' uiujJf IryJlfiO) ifoy time. Tombjtones hail larger epitaphs and cherished and all that sort of thiug, and to Civil Engineer and Surveyor, High Write to him or call on him at Lancaster, Ky. love and cherish Is not only a pleasure, but more verbosity engraved upon them. AND HALLS (I A I', LtMCOLX CO., KT. Ergs were a shilling n dozen and butter the highest duly. This comes from the style of women to fact lht Kentucky has a Iti Proprietor it Determined that couriered high at eighteen cents per lb, it Shall be Second to no Country CpJ, levies be found nowhere else. Physically splen! Much of the silver currency Hotel in the State in iti Fare, I will atacd thrre The fine limnrlH Norinsn rllalllon, wilt make ww of Mexican and Spanish did, they are exceedingly well endowed tmi. dollar Jacks at my ittblm th Appointment!, or Attenfeeling of the 30,000 to 00,000 Ft. or I.nuibcr thltactMjn, mentally, and the peculiar tion to Comfort of coiniRO. 0tl.e, IS mllea from Stanford. Wray.af'PInk their Gneiti. The countrv retail trade wa much bet- - Kentucky gentlemen for them makes them For Building purposes, to be delivered on my farm ! 315 the cod of HI. W. Alford's) nftr McKlnnsy. SEASON, ter, as people could not so caaily run to the better than they would otherwise be. They May. rtrsons willing to lake thebrhill In hind 0 IUto iniuii a ixtT. reciprocate the feeling. They strive to be will please Inqnlre lor particular ami state their lUtcaie will be coareyed to aid from t he de by rail. city UrmtT free or (Barge. Special acrommoJall ie A. CAMRSIfCH, to CoumereUI Trareler. The liar will McKinney, ky. IluetneM letters were more voluminous worthy the adoration bestowed on them 23!Mt OLD always anpplled with the ehelteet and formil and were written in a precipe, They quite uunderstand that no man will st"pWsWsjtsjsLf'i traari or Llqaor aid Clean. w Black Hawk long worship sham, eves in petticoat, hand. round ed ahouMeis; head and neck waft et on lit VZ Trade Nuk. MF.RVVI.VNr.rr.CiriC, There wai York currency, eiiht shillings and so they do what is in them to be woith, tn. ill., September II, UU BOSCOE CONKLING1 currency, individually, the consideration the Kento the dollar, and New England tie will alto stand at the situ place our floe The (J rent English llctncdy. IiVSWlAftCE! tuckian feels bound to accord them collec All at the same price firohiliing to the dollar. Young Jack I a positive cure for Weak MemoThe diet ws more auboharjrel with tively. Each woman strives to be actually Seven'First-Olas- s ry. Lou of llrtln Power. Nervous to InHuro a Marc with Foal Companies $10 hibaustlon, Hemlual Weaknea. grease, the winter breakfast usually being what every man in Kentucky holds it as a liOSTON! luipoleney, and (leneral Lom of Or tit to hold a life policy on the colt until fie point of honor to consider a woman to be. salted bam and hot cakes. fwaaaaaaVaiVttPWlL 1 made of Power ol the (lenerative. Organs; month, old. if a rata wan ta a mare colt, we kIt .nrl all ila.M that falllar .. a u. OforaUVIrtO bin special rate, upon equitable terms. Prince Dinner was simply a hasty lunch at noon The moral of this is that, if men want woCOLT. Iloaton la a Dtiore ol youthful Imprvidenm will be let to SIO Jennet colt lMn J. 3t. rilIlII'N,'A9t:ISUahrt. hut Jack coll; Jennet atJack for a Injured until or a the eace-t-uklnj. quenca yesr. aurh Tr.i. M.rV,or raW mJr V eaullful black. IIU matured allvinj colt, xnd little Imparlance was attached to the men to rise to the hight of their notions.the six a rnlvenal Ijwltude.l'aln In the CW, hand high, waaloal. months old, 123. aecsMity of good diction or a period of first step to make them so Is to so consider 10. ami Marva pastured at f I .10 per month; and Jennets barn, nimneM of Vision, Trema - flf edNov."lVr.1IB?KnJ." I. by lure them. Put the standard where you will, C3r- - 3FL- - It. . . K. ft per month. Maree trdd belore foallnj time eaee Old ledand maar otrerdlsrest after eitlng. to Insanity r that " im. forltlts the contract. A lien held on the colt tor h all raM of aaraMKHTS r. New Orleans and Muscovado molase?, they will make a desperate struggle to molh and Warrior Jack d" theswuon. I will rIt prompt personal attention Wrakneatth In Hpecllc acu r'e'tisle liken to Ihe aciommojattoi of all my patrons. WHA Tery black and thin, was the common reach it. WAKKFtKl.n. t.Ki'i hvnnt.K, JCt. cbrm. restoringtheIom or ahdlug vlg. eye r, giving to brilliant u sweetening for buckwheat cakes. Refined helby Uty, The rinest Office Building In the World. beauty, to the cheek and iparkllng Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., and IndlanapoUa, rUUriiMIOItAL the ruy blooom ofneaJth. mala ties was almost unknown. Aftsr Taklag. Perhaps the finest office- building in the Ind., dealer in Htalnwsy A Sons', Decker Bros.'. WJIerwIn'itipeclfle I old by all Druggists at A Maine.'. J.AC, Fischer, Vow A Sons', Baldwin The bank bills were of State banks and world is now being erected at Nassau and Co.'s Cottage, Upright and 8qnrvi I'lano Forte; package for package, or GLENCOE. tl per lai.lage Iree, onixreceipt of price. IV Alw by AM H. b v v ail, . vr. ui.ll. aaewis. the further west their locality the shakier Liberty street, New York Citv. It is a also the Eatey, dhonlnger and Hamilton Organ. erKuU particular In iosphlet, which w be price and terms to suit at BUnDETT A DUOIVN, Illinois and Indiana bills would mats about 180 feet square and thirteen Instruments utdgive your orders till you get our they ere. The combined Bullion, malle.1 free to every appllont Ad tree all comDon't (192-6Abdallah tilencoe, will munication to the Me manufacturer, AT.iriA.Wj barely pan in New York. stories high. It contains nearly 200 offices prices and term. make the prrtent arawn JtL'ltU.l Y 3MIUVIXK lit., MTYKUNON, Kf. 'rr Coffee was of from 'one to a halt down rooms, and KanusClty, Mo. Bread was home made. at my table, ', mile rJold In hlanfyrd by Penny .V MiMlater and all from Ilu.tontllW on the freshly ground every morning and the the tenants will be favoied mortals. The 200-I' ALEX. AKDEBBON, IluilonTllle and Liberty Druggists everywhere College. Turnpike Itoad, at grinding of the family coffee mill was a elevators take but one minute to rise to A'XTOUNISYIIAT JL.AAV. DANVILLE, KT.. familiar eonnd hours before the children the thirteenth story, and their movement STANFORD. KT. $10 To INSURE -" row. countle and In thCourlof Appial. can not be felt when your eyes are closed. A COLT. minstrelry was just cropping out From the six or seven floors the whole of With a Full Corps of Teachers, Money due when the mare pree to be in foal or I N?ro The sire of trotters, road.ter, and more fanry traded. With only two month' handling be trot-le- d and a tUjtern horse any other stalin the traveling circus, There were gener- New York and both rivers are in view. a mile In 2 U on a track 10 tcood slow, and lion In Kenturkr, will makethan season of the lilt This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Beeelon Mr Hirr Tope, one or hl driver, uy h oauld mur mile weat if SttnloH, directly on the Knob AndMt.,C,la.lon,,.c,,cn,Cour. ally but two performers, who nssumed male Every office is heated by steam, lighted by bow a 2 M Kate any time he wanted to. It I a on the 2d Monday In September next. Lick pike, and will ! p.rmltlf-- I to aerve mare I sa Idle The popular melo-d- y incandescent electric lights, and furnished No and female chsracters. lure ami an extra breeder, bis colt :o Ibeseawn or SIO theeitrviuely ..w un.-c- f ""'r.'"r."V?,n UQcwllockcaslUCuurls, Coll-- . ?? a irclaly. being rlurally palled and of line Ue and style. at la (url-bouWlnsnre Parting with the msre forfeit Ihe In wis "Jump Jim Crow." He wts sired by Jo hliuo: he by .HL Kliuo. be by surance, ALL TUR BRANCHES OY A with hot and cold water. The top floor is a sure lii'lsau eicell.nl lirreUer anil AUxsnder't Abdaltah, br Kywftke'a Hambletoo-UHr People did not live as long as they do fitted up as a complete hotel, containing fuel getter furntshrd at ft wr month Jn Klmo's dim by Mtmbrluo Mr.enger, by Due rare taken to prevent accident, or evcape. Mamtirlnoriyniiiler, now, nor was the average health as good as a large restaurant, where many of the 1,000 THOHOUGHENGUSHCOURSE lit dam by Willi D , by but will not le rr.ponslbl' ah. ruid nit iiir J Foreigner, he by Imp, Olencoe. Willie IJ.'a dam MTAN't. kv. HtM a Jet i!li I'aiHiiaik- - Nobby at prciant. They ate more meat, more inhabitants of the building will take their Marllght. br Coerokee. his dam by Imp. (lleiiCO. black, with small sUrand two while feet, Is baud Are taojht, aa well a It Starlight' dm by Old W not! pecker. 2d dttn by a I lord blgh, tine mane and tall, god beny leg, grease, more hot bread and more hot dishes meals, a reading and writing rooms, a comprdtgree unknown; Jd dam wa 34UBIC. THE L.AUOUAOEB. DHAW-IN- O xddle hor 'ld bark head and neik, wh. r- Slrd'0" lU known the Doublehead and iluiaard uure, Ihor- - beeulilul In fact rsullleu exelleot .houl.l.r, will and drank more at meals. with librarian, telegraph and loin In symmetry and plete library, AND PAINTING. sugosrra. i win luoiuna my no jact, there dortn't live a stallion ;nvw.1 of cried with the office, telephone exchange, and a large At funeral the undertaker D1L V. II. I'ENNY. a Utter dtsputlllou and the.eiualltlrs bo almo.1 mourners, the flow of tears being propor- number of As an evidence lnvarliblv Impaits toblspmgeuy s for men detained I).'lltle.t. that he will produce very ft.t hour, when croaanl HTANFOni), KKNTL'CKr. tionate ta the expenses of the funeral. down town all night the first building in On same term mares; "111 erte Jennet on on gond maree Is the ltd that toiua of his rtif price range from IIS to 160 In th private terms, for In Tuition, Mc is 15', hands high, speediest cults have nothing but a Sir Wallaeedaui Young ouple3 considered it a privilege to ,he cJty n whieh th:g conTenjence has regular Department. Primary, 123; Intermediate with meiy no and lor sle, style and action Is torecemmeud them Th a of llll Is i mduilte a corpse Deiore ounai. been offered. A busy man conld live for HO; rreparatojy, f 40, and CoUfKtaU, ISO. ana naj proven Miuir a proof tbat tb speed come. Irein th sir, home of mini. tared wnen neonnarr. sit up all night wttli incur niru 10 iliMyr.) good breeder. iilS) th ooldet-bloodK. S. VOWF.Lt.. male In tblnd hTpnIuc-edlastrollsN, Y. Sun. months in it without going outside. He him Mr Alet Johnwmsays "I For foil particulars, aa to Board, At., address have haudied mote t Nobby . roll than any man, MUM. N. V. TRUKHKAHT. frtaelpitl. A Leominster firmer recently broke his would have his choice of banks, of insurand Ihey ar all last ' Mr Wm Il.l aays "no lanmra, unoom uo., Ay, ! Iwlter roadsters live." Mr f urdom ou with horse of a "balky" freak in a Tery quiet and ance compinies, of business, of restaurants, little handling that I troltljg his tulle In 2 M. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO By. s right there under that h claims, not in a cruel mtnner. His and of and uys no better clos of horses tan be found ' Mr K. I). NoaMaaya no rtad I lo- - long lor any I a dark mahognny bay horae, fo!ed Jan borne ia in excellent flesh and shows no one roof. Ulh, of Ikem.aad vry one a teller " VS'trren Uu.mI' ISSO, full l( ktndi high, high style snd god atail Nebby road a rreOrd ul 2 .1 and waa .V. to W. C. signs of neglect on the part of his master. American Newspapers in 1884. by the champion trotting rulnt. wu This notice forewarn hunter, fishermen and of the world, ilrwl teoowned Smuggler, record stallion Fair, Cleveland, Cblo, tor li.OO). If neiewisry n the to a him attached to could gle numbers of tealleioolalt from the Eaot lie drove From the edition of Messrs. Geo. lk. trstup not tn tripaaon our ecuIed 21.. horuennf eur rvinlry l all are 'wiL'",'.' , ui- - the favorabtecdosldsra'.'j" commmding Nobbygout wood lot for a small load of wood. The an- Rowell & Co.'s American Newspaper Di- to th full extentof the law. of of ,,;,,r'.b.. bI. ..l,!r'I?1.1m '.Alrt bore. but l'l et tb t)'e j'i lnvr Kiamln Imp. Traubv. 3th dam Nail surTice imal would not pull a pound. He did not rectory, now in press, it appears that the D. HUntord, Ky Much 17th: IMI. Ulrocl 1 ih dam McKittrlck uus.t w. x, Hccormack, (iwlnne be Thornton italtlrroy imp. by Imp. the hor.4, I nd If vu are d.sp.i.e-- to glvn him your Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. iraiaigar, .in asm t jutunU-- t value received for your club, but tied him to a tree newspapers and periodicals of all kinds at It. T. Hush, sprril j. palrouagt wl beat him with a A. W. Carpenter, gl; Sth dam by Shark, Oth dam by Imp. Jauu. cj.o.y h'ubby Is by Oarrard I blf. he by o K Held, ij. ounop, Tke only line running and "let him atand." He went to the lot present issued in the United States and K. Cobb, i'hu. we have all the deilred elrmeata aeembl-ratio- n Chief, be by Meuibrln-- i Piymttter. he by Urt Hubble. of the hlghenl type of rottlng, pacing and Mambhno, be by Imp- - Mevnger DarrardChi!' II Igxla. Kelly, K. D. Hhodea, at Runset and asked him to draw, but he Canada reach a grand total of 13,102. This R.(l.aJ. r.tiover, tboruugbbre.1 blood. Therefore Crow a Smuggler dam IVjlll IMiou. bf hrauk g dam by Aralu-- , PULLMAN NEW W. C. McCormaet, 8LEKPINO CARS evldasily mast piwduce speedy a wll aa tb g. $ dans by Hamblwlu g g g dm by 1)1 v. would not straighten a tug. "I made up Ls a net gain of precisely 1,600 daring the O. L. Carter M. B. Lvll. hlgbeat type ol ivmblned hortea. 1IU air could rutl Nobby sdaui a IKorousbbrrl mare formerJ. HU1. J. W.Weatherford, said the farmer, "when that last twelve months and exhibits an increase T. Tanoy, HTmtnd," trot better thtn 2:l and pare betur tban2 . ly nwei by U. V Kibliun, of Oarrard conatr. Wm. Burton, C SMtooLKa's KiroaD juaIxtt tiut nr All U II. i'itOfr. J. 8. Murphy, borne went to the barn he would take that of5,Gl8 over the total number published J. X. Harrl.. Otikx Uvii Stallions.-T- h flnt heat P. W. Carter, J. M. Hill. time. MJ1-,- . fatel aeoosd heal time, 2.1. DuUat load of wood. Ihe night waa not cold, but just tea years since. The increase, in 1874 Ed. Carter, " J. II. Me A Utter, third 2:lt.. He foarlb heat, lITi., faaa. J, D. Jonee, eat fifth heat, 2 IJ I went to the barn, got blankets and coTer-e- d over the total for 1S73 was 493. During T. J. Foat.r. Ooldsratlh Maid on T. U. White, J. Q Montgomerr herraerlUat Oeveland. Ohio. Considering that the horse warm and he stood till morn- the past year the dailies have increased II. K. Mareum, (IMlyr)Mr. J. J. Moberiy. this waa a competing rate, deaperately Jockeyed .auUiTl!lcsc;inclBBatlHBdLz and fought from beginning to end, won with no ing. Then he refused to draw. At noon I from 1,133 to 1,254; the weeklies) from 2 lUKtaa, HyM titers shown but every advantage taken le defrat Smuggler, it stands Mcond to no triumph ever went down and he waa probably hungry to 10,023 and the monthlies from 1,091 won on the trotting turl. He sired th grrat and he drew the load of to 1,409. The greatest increase is in the and lonesome, thai sold lor 1 13,000; aththa lat gelding. Hawthorne. Pocahontas, another of the (snillv. wood the first time 1 asked him. I returnWestern States. Illinois, for instance, now mad a pacing record or 2. 1"H nd driver weighing 2 CoBoectlB. In seme 4s pot with lut train for pound. Youoz Porahonu trotted a mile in ed and got another load before I fed him. shows 1,009 papers in the place of last 2 IS; a hall In Another of ib grett fami mrm af f " I then awarded him with a good dfnner, year's total of 904, while Missouri issues ly, Siriaeaway, trotle.1 three ceneeeutlv baU In Ited bay sUlllen, to"i lt?H, bre. by Chsrles 2 19, 2 17', and 2 3J.it provlrg conclusively that which he eagerly devoured. I hare drawn C04 instead of the 523 reported in 1883. Dunn, Mnwrnjer neeioer rimiiy oi noiee nave snow a o much tire of fitaaiord, Ky , sired by M; Mrvel,5-y-Chi f atjBICaW peed and wonderlul endurance. It la saf ta nr- Mud Hmmrnftr, reeord i several loads atnee. Once he refused to Other leading Western States also exhibit a r ume that auch great performing ability never ap oiu, rnra, -- i. uui, record 2 30',, The Direct Konto to Lynchburg, Bab draw, but as soon as he aaw me start for the great percentage of increase. The total flllh best no heavy track, Ale Allllab, pear wunoui n innariiance. Tiue, aorfolk, om, iriai z a',, Margie oiewart, I V sll at 3yr-ol- d house, he started after me with the load. number of papers in New York State is ittniiemen. examine the stuJ dooka and you ana other promising- one. will find that CKOWdSMCOOLEK tnces seven horse become restless and discontented against 1,399 in 18S3. Canada has Flnt dam usl by Pentlnrl. record ? 'i and A time to Imp Meaeenger and once to Knglisb All Virginia and North Carolina th tire of linn. Mewenrer. Mimbrlno th tire of Von Arnlm, V IV,, oM to rominodor when left alone as much as a person, and shared in the general increase. 2 Mlteon lor Ilo.OfO; T. A.. 2 IS, SUrllght't full sitter, Itdy Thome, hai n record of YounHentlnel, 2J4, A e, Points. .Mlgnon, 3.2?l,, Vlvtndlere, is, if rightly used, tut I claim this method run HtViLVlaBl ira; nts of urotner, woolake, a record ol 1 Z7K. 2 26',- - rul. 1.T t.rnd riitlnel i?V,. rWntl-nelf kLwaHeaaBBBBBHslaaEaflsfe. VRP Profits on Seal Skin Sacques. For ticket and farther Information apply to In view giving all satisfaction, I now put this cruel for both horse and man than to full brother Is Volunteer, the sire nl Hi. Juless year neareel ticket office, or address horse's eqrviceset the varv low price of AI3 lei 17: Alley. The woman who raised heaven and ll Bo.llne.2-1money Inenrnn Misreln FOnl, parte.! due when lian. 2Driver liloater, 'JHunter, 2 2 19.Amy, 2 beat the animal wilh a club." 2 19V,, W. J. )st, seal-skiIs aacertalnrd or msre the Isct arth trutil she got her sacque, with. The W. r.. ARNOLnjei a score mare lu th 2 50 i Im Advertising A(t., horvt will atand at my stable, 4 miles west of Ticket and Pas. A Dance of Fat Womes. The most as well as the woman who knows no peace ewnd Jain. Kilty Itiver., the dam ofHertle 341) W Stanford, Kr.,on tneMaotord A Shelby (ity turn LoulsrlUe, Ky old record .t 00; t.year-ol- d lilrl, record 2 S7, Iteepeclfally, pike. interesting feature of the fat ladies' ball through not having one, may bs interested T. VltUW. and theursnjini of Maud Mrvni;r, 2 in. by Ab. O. W. ' NMITII. W. KITM.KH. II. I have the onlr colt ol Crow' tiniggler' held at Schlegel'a Orchestrion hall was the in knowing the original cost of the fur. Uen'l Mnar, get. dillth, thealreofUoMsmlth Mill, 2 It. Itoullnd, Oen'l l'aas'r Atl. PJIot tiald colt is a good one. out of a pure bred trotting 2 2t(Tborniale, : '.'i1,; Almonl, Ulcbmoad. VlrflnU. "No ladies Natives of Alaska, the only place where following announcement: Ac, Ac. STOKACXI teV msre; wa. foaled last May.goe alltliegslts-tro- ts, Third dsin l.y vlre of thedani of pace and racka very fiat and goes the tunning weighing Ura than 200 pounds will be ' fur bearing sells are now found, recsive Kentftcky Wilkes, 2 21 arid the vraniam of IS) Si, walk ti perfection F. D. Atliilcilir. I Wllkes.slre promensde." The order was forty cents apieii for the skins from the ' -- 17', xl He. lowed in the ol I'lill ,Ilioinps)n. Stanford, Ky., Feb. 21, 1831. -I- .KAHN TUL'TH ABOLT Tlll-irecord. 2 U by Comet, by Sherman strictly enforced by the committees, and dealers. These dealers, who compose a the aire ol Vermtnt llluk llswk. the aire ol kiilm-- f iitirifi(.r4 .r i. Ma,.i Tho Mhaii Allen and many other iMtters llelluik-el'iiUart ..rf when thf orchestra began the march fully single company, which has a monopoly -an I when their fimctloiii are mteifcrtil lrr.l by n half brother to lllark Hawk DANVILLE& seventy five couples formed into line, all of the busiue's, get S21 each for the skins Alexander's AMallali are both by with IhrouKli Wfiikms. tlicv iummI Ioiiiuk R. W. Jluln'COMie licltliliillv iictlie I'.rtdyk's Haiiihletonlan, the arati.LIre of Maud lr Ihe tle weighing from 200 to 2 a pounds in London. The original cost, with price the Udies oi 8.. 2 101, .' M. Jnllen. i ll' .tinil ch llllU'ra.wiirnlalllnir r't Ac . and '.s theOre oriiexier, l IT', .Nettle,.' is ithort ol" ri'lief fluiu other source. Tin" Wheu tho dancing was fairly under way the of transportation, etc., is not over two dol-- 1 Orange ilri,S 20. (ieork'e Wllke. t 21 end thirty eiiit-rlftiiniilatliiK Iodic nliio iirrvcnta unit 5 S-,nrri-e- l others, w'lh records of I ..Ojnl tiler .Veneni;er ibornbook from the unusual amount of lars, in addition to which two dollars per anil imue, roii.tiputlnn, liver iSWAT't?; C'hlefwm ilr.-- l by Alidjllah Pilot, tireof i'lrlard, which pasjenm-r- from the roiiiiilniiil.ilreiiviitlj.ihriimittiam and other and it seemed tor- skin is paid to the United States Governline of the Cincinnati avoirdupois upon them, nilmi-ii2 13' y. Jtl Jim, IV-- it with lcpulnrit). record, 2 VS. 1st dam I Hallway have fin OniulltilNTmiiN. d to lien (teorm II lluiinu. sire of Fur aale by all Uiuggimt and DcnlvM ture for the fat ladies to whirl around the ment. As the linker of the cloak must hivtt's Thomas, 2 Jl. l.y Mamtir.no Metienxer.slrn .leKt-l- he geuci'.illt drand (Vulral I'aaseniter Hlatlon, he hall. Tho waltz was the most amusing make a profit as well as the merchant ori.wlnikl,2 ',. S.vtid dam by Minibrlnu statement by rival line that thero la an omnibus fhlel.alreol Udy Thorn. 2 is', VVmdfurl transfer In Cincinnati, selecting their who imports it from England, a woman Manufacturer of- the Cincinnati dance. The fit ladies in 2 2I,, Mainbrlno ratchenaud ntheis Southern Ify and Ohio A Mlsls'pi U'y. la a ale Third dam by lni Nj)l)U and Knjlltli Hunliterate inlrrreenlalion. oartners would enaisge the smallest men of a mathematical turn of mind can easi ter. Av. Ilreeders illolxtirve thtt AImImIIaIi THIIOIUII Doors, SiihIi, IIIIikIh, AVlutloit Is uearly full brother to Mm I MrKfiinr, Tllft OlllV IilllO r"nn," they could find. In fact, they were w ly figure out that somebody makes a heap .J'tX fil,lt'TnAI.NdMwtN.nCln. 2 '.'0, that sold far SI.OOO and fur f.t.OOOlast clnnallandat. imposaible to ee of without transfer for paasen- email tluUl was . of the buiiiea?. fall; Ihey have sunn sire and randani-- his dam Is Rer and lajracial fntlianapo tuonef oat polult fir anv letter trnl than Mails,lsm 1.. I, a s ire fnal h.r,"nr,e..r:i,-"'C,"U"-,, Intermedial 1"" and Door Fnuui!H, Molt!- them aa tauy gpun arounu to ine musiu oi j jounia, IJnlbl liet ter aud a liurseol tine slrie and carriage. He ; theorpheHlra. The prosrammfe, consi.iting will mils the season of ISSi at I'lmrlci bunn's riinnlnn two Iallr In the Southern World '." o. I!1, mile from Mjnfjrd, on Hush llranrli iitke, at avniil.i.s IIHIHB jij rjli . . dancts, waa not exhausted,1 . Iiikm, Scroll Suw . .TT of twenty-fou- r t "vtsiait ..!... ' -- . TO l.NNI'JtKA aouia, leavniK i inrinnall nl 7 p m anil u p ni. Pas. 1.IVI.VCJ t'Ol.T. "at it m a mnUalen idea that no fruit until a very late hour. nK to connect with the tender, from the South Hhould be eaten at breakfast. In the morn train, can lake Hie eecond, which Work, Turn- Also wlllstind a ',ilS".r,iL,,1 "J1 "'""" ll"rom ht. l",l, to A Piiose Poem. "What u that, mother ing there is an acrid state of the secretions, ...-- . mc.i.uii tiuruivni, that curiouK thing, ambling tho street and nothing is ao well calculated to corA Line!it,,"1.c'l""lt'ono Iiir Lathe "Work, ; with a apike tail coat rect it with acuiiouj flwioj,-ai peaches, apples, &;. The email Blek ITcndaeho and relieve all tho troubles InciM,niKo.n'n,,",1,1.lncon,f,"u,,nro' "' onlylluo Kuaranlee a continuous trip. Tho 7TOINStTIH- - J M. Hall says he bought -dand- seeded fruits, such as figs, blackberries, dent to a billuua statu of tho system, such aa and aRorgious Ten and an , tome nilll.x III the leull iirho,)! where he msde a Floorltifir, Celling, Wcntli after ratio?. brewt; with dog akin gloves raspberries, and strawberries, may be class. I'aln In Nanst-a- Drowsinr, Dlntrcesmoat rciimrt. ling on his teaton nod they wero if. ones and ho bat the tha Side. Ac. Wlilla their Ohio & reputation of telu a g.nl breeler. hat and such poor, thin ed among the best fruits and medicines. ablo Bucctss li.j been ibown Jn curln j and a .uiress if. Sttiifurd, Ky, crboartliiiK, DreHMOd Iiiimlscr legs and a Btomach flat? Eerie and weird The sugar in them is nutritious, the acid Itl'MS We it looks to me. 0, mother what cm the purifying, and the seeds laxative. And other "Jl?0'' ,,rTrsln, Cincinnati, lo St. Um, should look more to our garden for our creature be?" theso Trains ItunaTbroiiKh. s, lly Messenger Chlelj dam by Alcalde, slre by finally l)rCaia re llun no goblinit tuedicinei, and less to our drug storea. Day Trains. r ,c" valiublo in Constipation, curing and preventing 2 21Vj, Knljni,2 ; Fancy "Oh, hush, child, hush, 'tis Da, 2 HO, Ac, this annoying complaint, whilo they mo correct J rains, wo ' ." will uiakn the season of 1831 at Mr Lee Yeagtr's) o chaiiuo of 'HiHin any class cl Cara loi rude, 'tis only a harmless little dude." all disorders of tlu itomach, stlmulato tho liver "I'rovldeuce NeUhborliojJ, Daurllle, Ky.. at Headlines from the Evansville pHMeimets. Kvery paasenL-e- r (Ind.) and regulate tha bowels. vm If they only cured , !' iimuro, is a dude, oh, mother dear? sio iu II. "But what ha n teat In a Thiotmh Car All Courier. Hallelujah! I ! Brother Hsr. AUo Dealers In patsenxers are carried on l.'iprrat How did they make a thing so queer? Did Traln.l ThnHhcrlestand (iilrkesi l.lns risonOeUHete in Fine Feather, for the from Cine nnall In 8t. Ixiuls! No it grow while we were fast asleep, like the Fray-Sa- tan oninlbut transfer In Cincinnati lor passrngert Irom c7B.lt K. Trying to Find a Hole in the and the pretty Bheep? Do grass, tho geese wonld bo almost priceless to tboflo who ! Ground That He Can Crawl Into and Pull Acho they to the slovo are.le. eulfcr from thle dljtreeslng complaint; but fortuyou think that Birnum drew the plan, to in n'raVem'"u ton'rtry and perrons misrepresentations, in After Him-B- utH nately thcJr goodness doe not end here, and those Will Not Be them are unworthy the confidence of tho maklnit havo eomethinj? new for hia caravan? It e public ' From Ne3Tou,Cti route anil Blood Diseases, not only In who nnco try them will find theeo little pills these, but la other matters to Get Away with an Unabreviated In so many ways tbattbey will not be wOUng Hraln uuJ Heart Atrectlons,Wc?aar Luass, walks like a chicken, can it fly? Will you Call on us or write for prices. We keep a larga UowsaCon!!hrrvoui Ueblllty, Ilrokcnaildneye.lllMl- -tick head Tail Beehebub to Be Laid Out Too to do without tacm. Cut after all stock and will do our beat to please you In price e tatloaaand Weakness odlie tell me about it by and by?" ! der Urluary Orsaa,uk your Druvlst for Bo Dead to Skin In No Time The Racket to and quality ol material. "Thero is little to tell, my child, 'tis cnauvra. vir. . WiJ,,r',i 8u'rn," ,"6 wrrectneVs of u .very proalao msde the publ e Begin at once. spccjfio NO. 13, wsRLOMrwitia Dkin 'tia the form of a man with a mon- will be carried out to the letter. VASVITjIjE PLAfitSO MILL CO For lull and reliable Information of ta key'n brain Printing and publishing offices are pe- Is thebane great many lives that here It where we Map..K(JuWes Und. Ac., In the Western boast. Our pills euro It while make our ,or Tkketisnd'llousehofd ,Inii07Mt,pwUI Others do noL Carter's Little Liver Pills are free from culiarly subject to deatruction by fire Danville. Ey. points West csll on or s.ldress Carter's LlttM ZJrer Pills are very email ant! fWlth I?iloplinrtui,l as the tovery easy to take. Ons or two pills make dote all crude and irritable matter. Concen; Ths census of 18S0 gives A BLOOD. 11BAIN & NEKVK TONIC. centa 1'saeeoger Ag't Ohio AMlMltspAaijvray. They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or A DDI7C fond 6 costly for poataireand receive Ijox of goods, which If roar Iraulst doe not kp It k blm tonrd.rlt """Iree.s, tratod medicine only; very email; very tal number in existence, and during the parget but by their gentle action please all who forroa. tl. per bottle. and Irosa will help all, of either to more money right MMllcal modrn tlms. lsthOrtMt with full Dlaconrr ofadilr easy to take; no pain; no griping; no pur. nine years fiom 1875 to 1833 not lesa than ntethem, In vials nl Hi cents five for tl. Bold away than anything elmi,in this world. Fortunes piis Fret't snd ilan'Br. by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail. For paraphltl, rartlcnUrt, ' " " r. i;031 of fhwa Burnt ao'wrV. " iiwaii ine At oace ad- - OHAw. WiSOOTT M.D.', KansaaClty, Mo. C. W.rAKIS.C.'uVr.l vHuJ'-'- f Act g. CARTE MEDICI5E C0.5err York. drees Tiva A Co., AujutU, Main. BGOTTH JtXYMM JLZJ5X. ClBflonsll.Ohlo. 7 Fire ! Fire ! Firo ! MYERS HOTEL, It. KI.NAIH1 Tim and its Still Imputation, GHA1VPO .XyV: ! STANFORD. KY. Propr 3s SEZZJ "Wj&JSfJCttTZ Three Jacks PRINCE AT THE Fire,Lightning& Tornado stra V- 1k ol LOWEST Waters pur-chas- .. n, ma 1 D. II. Baldwin & Co., "'If 234-l- - AEDALLAH ATroilNKVeJ -- -- Stanford Female yr NOBBY! nrst-rla- AllnriuiyAtLnw. u, (J . Mi-It- o -- " 4-- gua-ant- bed-room- TERMS MODERATE. bob Mcelroy, di, brn d by -- Crow's Smuggler bed-room- rack-wago- liable-beV- " lt Kentucky's Kouto 1 Mera-brln- bt, rtet ftet 2M-4- Abdallah Mossongor! A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. 9,-0- KOSHTEiij flataBBBBBBBBBBBBBSaftaV Ill-gri- m 'J "njir -- 3, - Mam-brln- o. no-ti- a, ls n .i. 9, 20V-a- sNt., 4 i Mor-ea- n, - Jaj-eje- i r PLANING MILL COMPANY -- l, The Only Iiino s elsler-ln-l.loo- Mam-brln- o, CARTERS al-n- ' Wattle pills, lmm i-fSi s, e- The Only Line w s 'u CUBE JOOI MUIili JACK f. The Only eye-cla- s a SICK j..v. Mississippi R, R. .. MESSENGER -2.11-tl PRINCE, Hy-la- Building Material Farming Tiimber HEAD ACHE SUFFERERS Xr. -- vain-abl- boott's Not be Deceived Wb.. ""' COCA, BEEFH RON t'ot-a.Be- worer-tjiuii-va- J: