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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884042201 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. Semi "9 Mi imlefiif mtfiraL VOLUME X.-NUM- BER 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. APRIL 22,1884. Kate Casteton On "Mashed" Admirers. box, do you?" referring to a crimson plush casket which I stood on the table, packed with Frehrh bonbons. "That came from one of my adNothing mirers, whom I know not. stange about it, I get fans, gloves, flowers, NEW SERIES-NUMBE- R 24a A Cure For Cancer A correspondent writes as follows to the Columbus (Miss) Independent: j I send you herewith a remedy for that , V. P. WALTON. horrible disease, cancer, which l believe is a certain cure. A friend of mine in Louisinl fubUnheit Tuvmlau ana has been cured by the use of this remsus. The dear LOUD gave me liberty in ribbons, toilet articles and inexpensive jew- edy and a gentlemam in South Mississippi X33It pointing out that the scripture that debar- elry till I can't rest. Yes, 1 take every- to whom he gave the receipt has also been When paid trlctlr In advanre. II we have to red a drunkard from blessing was in refe- thing I can get. I like pretty things am cured. Please publish it lor the benefit of wait kdt tltue, 82.30 will lx charxed. rence to the kingdom honort, and that while delighted to be remembered, and never re- suffering humanity. Use the extract of sheep sorrel prepared the LOHDconld and did save drunkards as fuse a gift. They are moit acceptable apwhen sent anonymously, but 1 don't take as lollows: He could not GEO. BARNES in ENGL AND well as any other sinneis,governmental trust any favors conditionally. You know ac Gather the sheep sorrel when Breeri point them to places of 1 In Ills kingdom, unless they learned down tresses are always pursued by a horde of place it In a mortar, heat it up very fine '11 galoot, express the juice, strain it in order to get rid here to govern themselves And the scrip dudes, mashers and lOt! 8iiACKi.KWKi,i. Lank, 1 us that "no murderer hath with more money tlmii brains. These fel- of the lint and trash. Place the juice in a DAUmiN, Lonhon, 12 M a it 29, 1 SSI j ture that esaures Mir ncrtireternal life abiding in him," turns entirely lows write notes, ask you to supper, or deep plate and set it in the sun until it KUNA, March !Mc Wonderful weftth-e- r on the word abiding. I s'lowed him from want permission to call and drink wine evaporates to the consistency of mofor (he lime of year nml to day wt had John xv that men who were clean through with you. One chap on the South aide lasses or honey. Spread the stive thus at fine a Htiecioien of It m we have nen the word spoken, had need to abide In Je- asked me to take supper with him three produced on a niece of kid, or on a linen since tbla exceptional xpell begin, with the sus before bringing forth much fruit. It days ago, but I declined. I have had a cloth, and apply to the affected part, remonth. Londoner etti lianlly credit their whs not a question of life to "abide," but score of telegrams from him, and last night newing it two or three times a day. This It Ima been dry under loot for .'5 of useful life So the eternal life of 1 John he said he would heve a carriage waiting application in two or three days will consecutive wel aotiiethini; unexampled is the saints' eternal life. I think he ap- for me at the corner North of the theater. cause the ulcerous part to slough off, after nlmoU prehended the dlatinction clearly, aftei a He said I would recognlz; It, because the which apply a simple ointment to heal the We had three aerrice today one of little talk. A precious meeting at night, door would be open and one of the lamps sore The remedy is sure and causes considerYou sec it Hut I didn't bite. theni at .'I v it. for the children. All mnat praise the LOItD'! dSrk. able nain. but it is otherwise harmless. If I in the Fid iA v. March 2Sth. An easterly wind doesn't pay to make yourself cheap. I can 'Power of the Spirit "'. At the patient has the nerve to stand the pain the crowded night meeting our dear Urn has given nil London cold and catarrh In buy all the food and all the wine I care for, it produces it will ellect a radicsl cure. Luaihournein the coure of n few cloning innumerable forms is prevailing, seizing ita which, I assure you ia very little, uut as from Premier for sitting up all night, ruining mv health Chicago has a larger Hebrew popularemark, had the inerou courage to victims indiscriminately! a what he acknowledged wan new truth Gladstone and SirStaflbrd Northcote.down. and spoiling my looks for a supper nixeyl tion than any other city of equal numtilitui "hut," mid he, "rather than relin. There two leaders of the great political I believe In keeping the fellow off; dis- bers in the world. There are 13 in the city, with 20,000 members. quWh It, I cheerfully part with the teach-iitK- " parlies in Kngland are at present too hoarse tance lends enchantment. If you want n of lifetime " S'urelv he i "one in n to engage In a war of words and are resting man to go hrazy and stay crazy over you, Tt proprietors of Ihel'aplllon Medicines Inform you must be mysterious, and as uncatch- - ua that they lo not buy one cent's worth of drugs thoimnd" anions 'l'he LOKD 1Im fur fresh conflicts in the future. by the suil-de- n able as a rat. If they meet you and see orcfaauilcals. I'apilloH, the hull of all their comhim for the way he has received u The country shocked It i Is made from Tfgetable matter crown I nlunut umtui our experience in the death of the good Queen's youngest you in private, they won't pay $1 50 every positions, nearly vrery farmer. For sale by McRoherlatl Jlroiiiley Tabernacle, and e hardly know son. the Duke of Albany the Prince night to see you on the slae. That's yet what to unkeof it. One lliim; we All sympathy is with her. She Is where I want my admiration in the theaI'aplllon bkla Cure will reiuqte DanJrjfi' ej bv her sub- tre. I believe In waiting for big fool. narbers' Itch, Inordinate Ilculs;, fceLaceoui ao good and greatly beloved I' i thuroiiijhly Hijuyahle. Watches, Mafriot I'luiples, Grog Itlotscius, Momiu, Much 2Uh. We received a jects, that her sorrow touchm the national The diamond fellows are the brand." t'aibunclrs ami Ilolls. It never fills. For sale at deeply. draf for $71, from a many friend in heart very The Ilankruptcy Hill, the Lowell model, McUoborts.t Stags'!. I went over to hear Uro. Pentecost at America, to help with the tent. We hare with sundry variations, is again occupyneck and hands are sunburned or If your now V') and feel confident of netting what llvgent Square with Marie and had the jny ing the attention of the Senate. Thia bill, Inflamed, bathe them w'th Paplllon bkln Cure; it . and Ilro. we need Irani the I.OKD, if (lie plan ia from of shaking hinds with him adopts a false will allay the lutUmatlon Instantly. For aile by J I in Thev look vcrr well. Keadinc was like all Its predecessors, If n jl. we don't want it. Ttie Mc Roberts A Slagftand if it becomes a law it will pro- ,("-- r LOKD blriM the ileir KivtT ..f ?7 most inatructive and the solo perfectly theory, biblydiHapietr at last under a storm of all it ia not every Kir fwlluw mtu I.- -. 71 thrilling. LAM'ASTKU ADVKRTlMiJIEMS. public execration. It is unfortunately long to be remembermeeting friend at tuee. A B. F. WALTEK not the experience of this country, or, Ojr Ilro (ireeu back from Newcastle and ed for mightv blessing. ICver in Jesus, 1 33 IV 1 fct 'X'. of any other so far as we are advised, GKO O liAUNEA with ua to night. He kvu handsomely to LANCASTER, KY. realized by that the ends of justice are the Tabernacle when it waa in proceea of Office orer Citizens National Hank. Olice hours AN MP0RTAN1 ANNOUNCEMENT. introducing new complications in the ju- from S to 12 a. si. and from 1 to 9 r. x. election and really wa Hie iri'frninenl in Comina of S. H Barrett S Co.'s New dicial machinery and by foIstiDg a new B. M. BCaDKTT. L K. HUBBLE Vetting u to Ilromle A b r xx meelini: The horde of legal parasites upon a departUnited Monster Railroad Shows. HUBBLE & BUBDETT, , Mr. Urattan (i ilmit-Mat t, the doa-AV- . w Next to the Presidential election, the ment ol judicial business. The business wh'j ahook our ,, i A African ciliw LANCASTER, KY. greatest occurrence among the people of interests certainly need more certainly I ,.11 .. ... . ... .ABa.l .1 n.Knlnln. .Alinll.. thirty year ko with iim tuiKhty Koapel, " II I1'"' II1 I" IIIIU iiuu nujuu.iuft vuuvi.. Of lHUtu-- 1 ,nd Court ot Appeals Office Intbe Hoblnson block, of anil uniformity in method wa present. I had never aoen him before, this suction this year will he the advent lSMy eiusre can he Letter eecured hy njuib we though knowing him well by reputation S. H. HarrelUfc Co.'s Great Show, which tion, hut this Vernon, Ky., Thursday. other mean than k bankrupt law, either lie ha a face of great Mlrac'lreneee, full ol will exhibit at Ml Kngliah, or American pattern. tho Jfihtful grace and one that would attract May lat This monaler organization, the of the Xearly all the rectiona of the country fame of which extends over two attention anywhere, with thouaamla around comes to us with the highest enco-niu- will regard Any new ezperimenta with an Ti'ttUUY, March li'ith We went up to favorably given from all quarters. areraion hiaed on bitter experiencea. ilijCliKite, to eee our dear frienda, the IUrt-let. Vernon h buck from Oxljid and we We can safely say ourselves that the man Commodore Vanderhilt'a recipe for mak hid a mot delinhtlul time. Our dear boy or woman who misses this opportunity of is a lull of queries "a an egg of Meat" and seeing the greatest show in the world (that injr millions with certainly and celerity waa hrouKht out by incisive iiueationa a lot of is what it is) will not have our aympsthy never to aign a note; William E. Dodge if the miss was intentional, because sympa-thwould not hold any pecuniary intereat in thin it" that I had not before, clearly teenwill be needed and much vain regret an enterprise that waa at nil active on had not clearly formulated. One point er Sunday, and he firmly believed that his I will take a note of- The mint in Matt. will be in order after the show has gone wealth was a reward for conscientiously yii '.M 27 haje a Rood ituperatruclure, on by thoae who did not see it. cfc3 A few of the important features of the observing the Sabbath day; the first John rotten foundation, the "wood, bay and "tub. ble" taint in lat Cor 111:12 have a rotten many hundred new ones added thia year jscco Aator'a voudoo charm lay in inveat- IUVEnuprtructure on a Rood foundation; juat are worth recspitulaliDK Jleaari. S. H, ;nK n0ihing asiue ironi his regular busi- the too forma of modern, defective Ilarrett fcCo. brinr this year, In connec- nees except the real elate; and Alexander tion with the wonders of last season, a mon- T. Stewart would have anticipated mis Matt. viit agree with "tlutiKh I beatow all my good to faed the poor and ster manatee, or rea cow, captured by an fortune if he had broken only the smallest To Their Stock oi have not charity," while lat Cor. iii corree-"rpoii- d explorinRand fishing party ofTthe coast of personal engagement. Florida, in American waters. Thia strange with Jamee II all tlwough. "Faith Polled Anocs Cattle. It is said by without worka" ia aa rotten aaworka with- member of the amphibia is the only one those who know the cbaracler of stock, out charity, or I.OVK Hut both are very living in captivity in the world to day, and, that the rolled Angus breed makes the best Stock in Cet common in current chriatianity and anionic in fact, the second one ever captured, the beef, feeds more kindly and is altogether And now have the Best tral Kentucky. They have Parlor first having died while on exhibition in more valuable than any other breed of "lowor life" saint. 1'raiae the LOUD for and Bed Room Sets, Carpet. Philadelphia at the International Exposi- raiae up "chosen vearcls" through whom Ills mighty power to rencne will he manifested. Wu tnok ten with dear Ilro, Lambourne'n family, at l'lnistow, mid "bad it out" on several misty points. He has In en u little stumbled on my assertion that God could and did save murderers who trusted in Je- "Ah, you admire that WALL -- ArcKt) AT- 83.00 ANNUM TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, 0. IUA.IHI3 - U)UI)" IVTcROBERTS 01EK1 HOUSE STAGG'S bald-heade- d Druggists and Booksellers, JBI.OCK, STAWFOBB. blee en-ilir- syne-gogu- es I have received and am still receiving NewGoods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley '' j Leo-Hil- tt. Wi Hi HIGG1NS9 DEALEtt IN fe, Hardware, Iron, BiiKKy HnrHC .Shoes, IS'allH, Groceries, Sadillcts, feteh-hina- i - Nnokcfl, Wheel, HtorcH, 1 Itluis, Cane Mills, Harness, Grates, Cider Mills, Lap Covers, (Stoneware, Corn Shcllern, Collars, aad fcueenHware, ItiiKRy Wliipa, d, HCHOEON 'i' Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roofing and Guttering will have prompt attention. Salesmen John ji,.(ai,t, Jr. nlht evan-Relia- . A'r'roiiivxs" ssv w. B. iv. UNDERTAKER, AND hemi-sphere- ENTERPRISE Grocery. Ijaiic'Ji.Ntcr, r C.-J- Kentucky, y - GEO. D. BURDETT OO.. A Full and complete nsHorttucm or Fnrnltnre, embracing everything from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. Jf need to go to the large cltlets to make your purchases, no matter f hat quantity or quality you want, as I can and will duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Aim a full assortment of Collins, Caes, Hhronds ami Robes, embnte- lmr till the New styles, uoui cucnp aim expensive, uure roei opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Iealei.' in IJ'iii-iiitiir- e ! -- Lately been Making Extensive Additions Penny & g'JJJMeg PHARMACISTS 2SW&r3Z' VVV" -- n jIO s WATCH. -- i OUIC-f-- IT, V5" "jO 'ISlm, JJrno-s- . --ri- and anoy Articles. .. - Hooks. Stntionnpsr m . y DKALBRS IN- - rbysyclana' prescriptions accurately .com pound a i i every xleaiu of light on the meaning of cattle. They arc hardy, gentle and with Cane and Penitentiary show has the acripturc And Vernon bright mind ia tion in 1S71 Thia grest the same feed or pasturage will gain '20 per Chairs, Marble Top, like eteel on ll.tit in bringing tiling", cut Inrgeat living elephsnt in the world, Xerx cent more than any other stock. For Centre Standee ExLargest Slock of "Watches, e, n very mountain of flesh. It brings n Texas nnd the plains they are in great dethat lie laUut until amilten out. tension Tables, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware 100 dens nnd oages of wild Another glorious meeting at tho Tnber-me- lt Menagerie of Lex. Gazette. mand. "Woven Wine. Cot-te- n Lower Its rintr performsnce, with an Ever brought to tbls market. Trices Jewelry than A lull tide of unhindered blowing. animals. imTop and Hair Matthe Lowest. Watches, Clocka ani Tlie great trouble is that we are too much r list of 150 of tho greatest mimes What n j r to ?e the happy face ! paired on short notice and Warranted Folding Bed LounIts Deep Sea afraid of Kngland This country with its tresses. Wkdnkhuav, March 2tJih. Thia morn- known to ths profession ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes is filled with monsters of the vast and varied resources is dretii cd to ing wo wtie emphaaixifii: thi "daily bread" Aiiuarium and Sofas, and Everything Else It Museum has wonders lead the world commercially. It is a petition, an wo have occasion to do now gray old occs.n. Furniture Store sneaking feeling which keeps us be- Kept in a First-clas- s from all puts of the world, too numerous and then when our hank account begina to he lifted; and in a word it hind huge harrier of protection, when by OraiiulattMl Sii'iir (urn into a "ninkiug fund" and no were nnd.stiT(;e to greatest show in the Ukinir advantage of our opportunities we iiardlv oil our knee before the pOHlmau is all siy it is the might make many a successful sortie and drought an unexpected letter from my dxar, world, CARTER'S Clerk There is a beautiful piece establish ourselves in the enemy's country. Slurp old, faithful friend lime Kiitix, of New Detroit Times. 1' W'H mk l,l Ter7 ITTLE York, enclosing a check for $30, Didn't of CQli". 1i,'(, Mrs Carlisle's social exactions are said we "Prsiae the LOUD" with a freh joj? hand lame, and, I am sure, will become to be more onerous than the duties of th "Fur lie in good and Ilia mercy endurtth you or your eister. :M P9LLS. Speaker himself. She has returned already Why-.lioPurchaser (blushing) JsH " I.dy Hi forever 750 calls this season and ha several hunI think I can trust to ho it Is. Yes. Mama and the Llmmera mother and found in Central Ken-tuck- y, dred more to pay. Besides, she has tho The largest stock ever in Stanford and the best to be daughter aent up to ISethahan, Dr. Hoard-ma- your judgment. Suppose you can cut me housekeeping and marketing to attend to, leading manu-facturefaith cure, tbU nfiernoou and came oil twinty yards. embracing about twenty five different styles from tho As They Were Leaving the Store Why, while her husband has only the House to hack with wonderful nccountn of henllnea vehicle thia Incl-tiby the Kreat Physician. 1'rawetlio LOKD! mama, why didn't you tell him I was keep in order. BIck nrirtneho and relieve all tho troubles in the United Stttea. Persons contemplating buying a to n b 'win etato of the ivet tn, audi as BucKlen's ArnicaSalie. Nausea, I)rowalncs, Dlstnas nf.iria.tmp, At niRht another grand meeting, with your for at this season LadvHush. Do bo atill. Maud. You Tlio greatest medical wornler ol the world. Warn Irx tho Side. Ac. Whllo their moat runark-abl- e Spring ehould select tho same or place their orders at once; the LOKD'y power to nave no manifest. aucceae s bin shown Iu curing continually. ranted to speedily euro Horns, firulsca, Cuts, Utwith orders Dr. nml Mrc. Uury gave uu Xo going homo chatter ho vehicles are invariably over-ruall manufacturers of first-clas- s Sharp Clerk to Man at Lace Counter-- Did ters, Salt ltlicum, 1'cvcr Sorea, Cancers, Tiles, in aiuwer to the morning'n prayer, no our Clilllilalus, Corns, Tetter, Champed Hands and nil from four to eight you neo mo work hci? Twenty per and if Iho vehicle wanted ia not on hands, it will require skin eruptions, guaranteed to curolnerery Inpurwo is full again, praiee HIM ! cent, on that; it's tlutstufi' left over from stance, or money rclunded. A poslllrc euro lor Haclachc.yctCurtcr'aUttlo Liver Mlsarocqutlir finiah and dry a first-TitriwtiAY, March 27th. Will is charmChronicle-Telegrapit; four weeks being required to make, tamaoio in Lonbimiiwu iiiuk mi Tiles. 25c per lox. For rale by Tenny A last spring.-tl'ittsb- urg annoying complaint, wlulo they also correct tveeksta obtain thia ed with llro. i'entecost and goea to hear U ilisorihra of tho etomacti. Btlmiilftio ino liver r. ti. -- ... , K en if they only cured him whenever he can. He is holding birea(jy for shipment, Utlder tllO ni03l Ittvorauiu A Run on a Drug Store. The grain boom of 18S1 in Chicago was . I ,aaV aVlartl ble readings in Dr. Hamilton' old church V repress. " AO d -Xercr was audi a rush made for any Drug Store All work sold by me will be fouud to be suclt aa i in Kegcnt Square, where I heard the won- - engineered chielly by a Cincinnati specula as Is now at Tenny A Mc.Mlster's lor a trial bottle droiifl man, now gone to rent, in 1801. Ilro. tor named Untidy. Hy mgacity or luck, ofI)r. Klng'a Now Dlscowy for Consumption, purchaser will bo fully bullhave been deceived myself, and in that event the Couglia and Colds. All persons allected with Asth1'entecodt liaa large congregations and is be- ha early took an advanced position in ing wheat, Bnd ho played his theory of ma, llroncbttls, Hoarsoutsi, Sovuro Couha ur any do my best to please you ginning a grand work, I hope, Call and examine my stock and I will waa worth. nllVctlon of tho Throat and Luugi, can get a tilal A meeting of unusual intercat at Aiders-gat- e drouth and scarcity for all it cleared Nulla of this groat remedy ret, by calling at the good vehicles from mo and at a, Htreet today, with the working wo- It was stated thai he and his clique Urug Store. Itegular size, SI. in style, quality and price. You can get as Yesterday above a profit of about S'J.000,000. men. John treated me at the Arcadian to else and get a guarantee on. A Blessing to All Mankind. cowreasonablo price as you can obtain anywhere our usual vegetarian dinner and afterwards this same Handy was chastised with a newspapers are flooded In theso times when our brother-in-law- , who denounced buying away from home. told in n most wonderful case of demoniac hide hy hi h patent nudlclno adTortlsementa, it Isgrat them, besides that is worthless to you when him as an abandoned not, utterly pennilesa wit to Vnon what to procure that will certaluly disposseAflion in Germany, that he had just fylng and &dr Wtth, L!-- cr Pin. recall Mad-rim- e and entirely unprincipled iu hla petty cure you. II you are bilious, blood out of orde heard from his good mother-in-law- , schemes of borrowing nnd begging. There llrcr inactive, or generally deMlltatod, tliero Is Tery easy to tavc, TCKitablo .. Hv or un","" It read like a chapter from are not many gambler who know when They are atrictly nothing in tho world that will cure you ao qalck-l- y Burire. bat by their pentlo action pljoi an vf no sou S cents fi yo for ! uue til i nc gospels. I do nut doubt that m then they have enough, nnd indeed it ia them- - la as Electrlo Hitters. They are a blessing to It drucfilst cvuy here, or ant by cull. the LOKD'S coming draws nigh and de- not often that gambling profit temaln all mankind, and can be bad for only fifty cents CAKTEB MEDICINE CO., Nott York. ottU at IVioq j A McAllstet'a. moniac fury culminates, the LORD will long where they alight. all-stacow-nrdly, jkwkijehh; Also Price. I Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Village Carts, m 8VER I Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, c. m n' CUBE h-- rs nt e. SICK unv, n . HEAD ACHE J-- ...... unm"- iu, 1 1 tj 1 Ree-pectfull- y, tTl 1 GEO. D OTEAREW, Mfg.s Agt., STANFORD, KY. rf i ?1 f! LAND, STOCK AND CHOP. Von Martels, police court sist everybody who wishet to keep from judge of Cincinnati, is dead. John Iiriirlit bought of John M. Hail Seventy-fiv- e thousand barrels of whis- 100 weathers at $3. AiiKwt I'oa Tn paying his honest debts. Resides other ob- -- E. B. Iieszley sold to II. D Ilaughman in that line its last ky are to bo exported from Kentucky. April 22, 1884 jeetionablc measures SUaford, Ky., yearling thoroughbred red hull for $.10 &, BONANZA Wise and Riddleberger have deserted a exploit is to psa an aci to exeuipi irum J. F. Strode sold to J OUetilieinier Blaine his house and lot In Crab Orchard for 0 all debts, demands, claims, attachment, Mahone, nnd are enrolled under the And the Machinery named telow, for Lincoln ami (laiiard Counties.w. P. WALTON. garnishment or other legal process the sala banner. 3Ve IxilM tt rmmi ' IlONANZA " TIIHr.Slir.il f ir Wheat. Oala. Flat. ClflTer. J Collins Gentry ,U1 to Mr. Sutton I'laiuiitlallSecUiaudOralni. The National House of Representatives ry of the Judge of the Taducah City 105 iutahi.i: i:ji.m:s it , o, k, id, i. is and ji lions fi Tin cowhiding cf Judge Reid continues Court. A judge who would want such an Saturday passed the hill providing for a pike,scieaof lsnd on the Rush Branch turn- Trarflnn u ii"rr, aim mit.i iii'i hiniu ixtwripuve Ulrcuiart Iree liuwiivu 5 miles from Stanford, at $45 A- to be a fruitful aourcc of comment and while act nassnl lias missed his calling in life Bureau on Labor Statistic. EeiiaNe Atents Waited. Robinson &co., Richmond, inu. . . Joe P. Eu.bry e .1.1 to Cil. W. M Bald & rfcSV--: W there ii nothing but condemnation for .jKViCli The Oregon Democintic Convention win, of Mavxvillr, 14 he ml o(2)esr-ol- d and ought to be made to seek it; whilo a -. belMtfcuv.-wanton deed, the prevailing iteutiier. Legislature that would pass such an act instructed for Tilden and Hendricks for mules at $155 rer head Smith A Merrill's sain of thor'High-hre- d lief is that Reid ahowed himself the most deserves the execration of every man who Preldent and Vice President. realized $37,305. horses at consummate coward that ever I rod ah oe believed in the sacrednehs of an honest ob Important gold discoveries are report There were 145 head and the average vra farther. The man who would, without re- ligation. ed in the vicinity of tho renowned Pike'ri $257 89. -- Lehman bought in Fayette, Friday, 91 DaTRead What Some of Our Boat Farmers and Citizens of Lincoln and Garrard Sayi sistance, even if his antagonist were turned, Peak, in Colorado. People are flocking to The New York Herald of Sunday had disgrace and then flr for a head of ctttle for July delivery at f) cents ubmit to such a "We, the undersigned rlllfensnf Lincoln and Oarrard, Jo eertlly that wo havei hJ our wheat the scene. mid A J Ford bought 45 heal), averaging threshed with llobluaon A Co.'a New lU.aansi drain and Seed Thr.br nJ Engine, and we (Its errat qnarewith thcla'h falling heavy and fast a table which shows that notwithstanding Hail and snow havo damigcd the 1,000 lb, present delivery at $5 1 50 credit tor the work It did for in. It turtihes Un, rlrani and aeniratn aiRo) si o; we eer had, claims of Blaine's amoother and with Ipm uolx,ania Ihe grain like nioit In ob his back aa he went, is not worthy of the loud mouthed Arthur's chances for crops in Texas. A gale accompinied by J J Hodiikln has bought -- f Eldred rumtinwthalarct to buy Maclilneanot tradekind that they can notmachine. than roorlualon will ol tola mt do teller to Bet Ihe feel the righteouanet's friends and others, ergoM tir W It THAYI.OII, tJtanlo il, Ky He him and Tnijlue the Dame or he must F. Sadler & Co., 53 head of snow prevailed at Chicago and in the Lake Bean rlcea J II. Oaralrr, II. Haufhrnan. J It. Miller, J C Lynn, KlJ. 8. Fully Corneilson's a renomination are highly flattering. The region Sunday. cattle at C cents, delivered July 20th. Wforrimrcua. ngeUewhjre hlgnnlriiuJderar, faia punishment. of ",lejr. H.M. lkwn.B. n. lloooli, Jordan Petklra, JaineaT. Adann, Wm. A. ui. These cattle weighed 1420 Ha,, when turn I llliat equal physically, he could have at least figures added show that at Chicago, he The democrats of the First Appellate ed to grass. repaid to the farmer; t erulorr. whatInd ana. and aay dInhere W. the Ilonama Threader and Knglne, Imlll by Itoblnio Clark nnd then will havo 217 delegates; Blaine 91; Logan district will hold n convention IV made an eflort to defend himself Itichinond, II. TIlAYi.mt. ih.ip w. ...... i..,., br ai at WingroiHlo,illtelotofwhMt IhreaheJ wllh the llonauu Threaher, and It waa aplendldly dooe nit if .he hd gotten the worat of it, there could 46; Edmunds 15; Sherman 5; Greshman 6; chester June 4th, to select a candidate for HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. andceati-notc- ut up like wealten aN tu sned, J. K Karrla, ilufiilu Mllla.aianf.ird, Ky , McAlli ler A bailee, Lincoln Mllli. have been no question aa to his manhood. Ac. On the other hand it ia ntated that Judge of the Court of Appeals. To thfe whom I hate aold machlnary 1 extend thanki lor thrlr Having opemd a shop in Hutonville y to thoa ttronai;e, and will There are two thlnga in Reid'a favor, how- Arthur's strength is unreliable, his prinIn seducRev. A. F. Vedder, who after wllh !f,1rHoluy thai I will take working order. fltiloit you,,nup h.n.i th .,..,.. p..named machinery propose to carry on blacksmithing in all WM e that ererrlh uc la la twrleclRrrat fleaiure . ahore ., I lnr ......i i that ho was not breaking the cipal support being the U. S. officers, who ever; one ing a young girl, produced an abortion its branches. ritanfurd, Horse shoeing a npec'a'ty. whichn will to nut to any one addreMlof me at Youia. Lincoln Count, h'r "l-4tlaws he had sworn to uphold by carrying will change in the twinkling of an eye, if on her, was sentenced to the penitentiary, irery truly, ', It. TllA YI.OIl. Work in my line executed on short notice lightning strikconcealed a deadly weapon, and the other there.ie a possibility of the for three years at Albany New York, last and in best style R. D. Kidd. r, Alt Y thai he does not now, after the sudden heat ing somebody else. JAMKS II. .in week. tlierry, plum and pear trees are putThe postmaster at Harrodsburg, having and passion is over, go and dehberntely Hon. Benj. H. Bristow, in an inter- ting forth an unusually heavy bloom la a Candidal tar CViduitm In Ihe Eighth Mitrict, ludjrcl to the will ol the Iemocracy. murder hia assailant. Were this affair a with the assistance of his colored brothers, view, earnestly indorsed the administration Strawberries are alo making largn promise IXNIJIIANCE! matter only between Corneilson and Reid, adopted a set of cut and dried resolutions, of President Arthur, and credits him with of a crop, provided winter will conduct IIO.V. A. . T.1MIOTT not many people would care who whipped endorsing and instructing for Arthur, a doing more to forward civil service reform hiuifelf with :i discretion worthy of his Ii a C'amllJale for Cviirtta In Dili dlitilct, aub- - Sovon'First-Olas- s Companies or got whipped, but when a Judge of one large number of white republicans of the than any other man in the country. Ject to t lie, action ol Ihe democracy age. be county signed a call in the Democrat for an of our highest courts is thus assaulted Tobe Turner, a Georgia murderer, I liCTWIEST The "M and E Club" is looking for tMuae he did not decide or prevnil on the indignation meeting to be held May 5th, to couldn't bear the thought of having a ward to a pleasant merlitie at Doc Helm'' l..'-i- a J.Jl.l'JUhll'St.tut,, Mantori. court to decide a case to suit a party to it, properly express their opinion of tho p. m. a sheriffchoke him to death. So ho did on Friday night next. Thia is a new feathe whole State U assailed and insulted, and his methods and to show the real senti- the job for himself with n silk handler ture in our social life The membership Civil Engineer and Surveyor, I courts are brought into disrespect and law- ment of the county on political aflaiw. chief a few hours before he was to be hung GLENCOE. increasing and the interest seems to grow IUI.IA (ill', I,IMOI,. CO., KI. lessness given a fresh impulse. It is for Like the Georgia republicans they evidentlast Friday. steadily from week towiek. this reason that we would sec the most con- ly believe that this is a white man's counThe comMncl Klalllon We made a mistake in the name. It Mrs.'R D. Kidd propose to give lesAUIalUh (ilen.vr, will dign punishment under the law visited up- try and white men must rule it. make the irreiil Kruon is the Washirgton Ltadcr, that Mr. W. T. sons on piano, organ, guitar, violin, Ac at wr liable ! ! ! ', mile on Corneilson. He should not be let of 'rem lluMontlllc en Ibe A VEiiDicr that will give general satis- Ewing has started at Sjirincfield, and a Hiving hu 12 ytars micccsful prictice as with the usual fine for nssault and battery, and Liberty lluitcntllle faction to all who know anything of the very creditable sheet it is. Mr. Ewing is instructress she feel fully competent for Turrpikr Head, at It. int be forever disbarred from practicing case was rendered at Vercailles, Saturday. froai Harrodsburg where he practiced law the work. Reference given if required le of lanfird i it. I leelo treat anilely fr the law in any court and any other penalty to $10 To IX.NUIti: I.ieKiln "unl and I'romiHM ludu the fair tlilnc Barrett' circus train was wrecked en Hooojs opiiosite Weatherford Hotel. Dr. Walker T. Davis was sentenced to the for them If I her will Ititare wllh him In either which he is ameniable shoulJ be assessed Virginia fi Georgia Your Lincasler correspondent was at A penitentiary for life for murder, on an in the Eist Tennesfte, Ijnmblre Imuran Co., ef Mnner due when the ware pfotca to I la foal nr la The against him. Had Tom Buford been hung are f J Kl.WO. r W llh only two inontha' handlirjir traded he Iret- dictment charging him and Mrs. Lowry Railroad. The elephant, several earned Junction City last Wednoday on his way "I.Tprl. whw The liayal. ol Ueril.aeta f jr.,tMT.1T, er for murdering Judge Elliott for a similar mi iwiwmin on a track lOit.wtrf. ,,) G- ,The Ijm.i'hlre, f MancheMa:, aweta urer Munday of poisoning her husband to se- nnd a number of other animals we in to Somerset. D.m't kno what was up, but Mr llirre I'npe, one of hia dilr.ra. aay a h fancied grievance, this fellow would never itww a 1X1 8ale any Dm hewanli.l to. II ttMa containing Dr. Jim wa envelopid in a tine new mil 9WJ.W.O. la The cages cure the $27,000 insurance he had on his jured seriously. ,Aiy ft)it1mnt .. lH ( i M.iuie iire ami an extra brie-ler lie hi colli have attempted his wanton assault and his WB naturally galled and of One il,. and alyle. if he was out to kill not at4 wM ( life. An analysis of the dead man's stom- the lions and tigers were overturned, but and looked unt.'iMtHt) Ji4 lint. lie waa aired l.r Ja r.li.iu. he by M Lima he by punishment should be such as hereafter to Write to h'n crcall oi him at Lancaster, Ky. ach showed that that the drug used was the animals were secured by the bravery "trictly ttfumlum urttm, but in a figurative Aleiander'aAMalUh. by Kjtjtk.'i .m.l,i4 deter bullies from trying to bully Judges, - r.imoa uatu uy MamMUo '"Dr. by of their keepers. The accident will not sense. Hop hia nxt communication will morphia. MaMtrllmraymatier; lit dam be Willie t , by who are supposed to decide cases according ' 1 orelKoer, h by . from filling its engage Uiir ihe mystery plain, Imp Willi D'adau bill to copyright news matter died prevent the show The . to law and the testimony, without regard College. .MMhSh.ttr-'w'vr.'TdTments in this section as advertised. ismine in this region conlinuts rereto the feelings of friend or foe. The state-aae- an ignominious death, the committee jaddle unknown, W dam waa New Jersey sends an uninstruc'.ed del- markably dull. Mom of our trade grows ,,V",'l''h"l i" '! ltuard ware, lltor- of the case in which the complained-o- f porting unanimously that it ought not to uT . Conoujhbred "T will alw aland my one Jack, I II B. out of the wants and fancies of the farmer, for it, aa if might have egation to the National Repnblican was made shows Corneilson pass. We are sorry decision inand the tmpropiiioua weather has- - made who live vention. Arthur' Administration was in a very bid light, as a trickster and shy taken the occupation from those dorsed. The Tennessee republicans nomi- him so cross that it i perilous even for the With a Full Corps of Teachers. On aame termi fnr inarra; w ,rrt Jinnela on ster. No honorable lawyer would resort t V stealing ana puousning, aimosi simuiia- nated Judge Reid for Governor, indorsed loved one at home to approach him on the prlfaie termi Me I, , haiwli hlh, brawn neouslr. matter wnicn nas coai me reat Thli Initltutlon will open Ita Thirteenth fceaaloa ".'! ..m,'r ."" the methods therein set forth, yet some of J ,or ,,"i ,,J ,D action la but did not in- subject of supplies. Old garments, old Arthur's Administration, en Ibe id Monday In beptetnber Deal. trlctly turd to and haa pii.ieo hltuwU the dispatches from Mt. Sterling report owners hundreds of dollars to obtain. grd breclcr. Ual. Indiana also did not instruct, gear, old furniture and old vehicles must struct. K.K. l'UVKI.i..4t Hon. Henry Watterson has declined that he is equal in standing with Judge A ALL TIIK BlUNCHKW OK neither did Delaware, but it delegates are hold on a little longer. hia district or State in Reid in every respect. We do not know to represent either Our venerable little town begins to understood to be for Blaine. -Corneilson personally, but we have had the National Democratic Convention. We DANVILLE The Louisville Press Club organized showrymtoma of rejuvenation. Paint and roae knowledge of a brother of his, who regret his determination and would like to by electing the following officers: Presi-den- t, putty are likely lo be called into action Are Uuiht, u weJlaa wm indicted in this county for breaking see him given the latter position anyway. Robert M. Kelley; 1st Vice President and it is hoped our dingy old tabernacles MUBIC, THE LANQUAOEB. DBAW-IN- Q opes, a car of the L. & N. R. R. and steal-inj- r AND PA1NTINO. One of Sella Brothers' clowns dropped Daniel E. CVSiiUi van; 21 Vice President, will be made to asaume a more cheerful apits contents. The case hung fire for a grounds in Dayton, O , a W. M Hull; Secretary, Hawthorne Hill; pearance. Wc have always been a moral dead on the show Ions time, although the witnesses at the just retribution for persistency in inflicting Financial Secretary, W. M. Finley; Treas- people, but if the aphorism "cleanlinos is examining court were pretty strong in joke on a urer, Henry S Kohn; Directors, Young E next to godlinem" be true, our piety might old and worn-ou- t In Tuition, pilcr iiik from IIS to IN) In th their testimony against him and was final regular IVpart-ae- r Allison, E Polk Johnson, Ben IJ. Ridgley, he materially improved by a little judicious HO; l'ru'aratujy, I :JO. and Collrlite, Inlernedlal hu manity. Manofatlurtra of 10. ly at the July term, 1S78, dismissed beThe touching up of our habitationa and buaioern John Duncan, Emmet O. Login. LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. cause of informality of the indictment, ' hnliaea ror full rvartlculuf. il to Huard. Acaddreaa membership embraces ixty names. The same man is on record as one of the TIUi:il KAIIT. HrluclnHl, Doorx, Snsli, IIIIiuIm, Wlnilow " -- D Tavlor bought A tine brown huree The Senate Committee killed the scalp Uanford, Lincoln Co., ky. noted Bridgewater gang, but he afterwards law. Good. eek (roui J. t Wrieht for i'lW JUve las: MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. and Dotir rranuH, Mold heard of vt ry few salen of stuck, none, in proved that he went with him for the purThe Houie votedyea, 21; nays 24 Managed by Jno. B. Fish. fact, in whicti the pries were pose of getting positive proof of his guilt to lay the Military Bill on the table. The W. V. Telecraph Cimpsny are remoreil tliat J.J. Urje thinks ol liiKH, Scroll CENTRAL fl. II Niih He wa in th wagon with Bridgewater The House Journal up to April 12th erecting n new lot of jole through thia bis larm and removing from the co when he was shot. O! course Mr. Corneil- numbered 1,178 printed pages, nearly all thi I so it will doubtlrsi appear in the county to put up two more wire. "itliH'-UriuIContc." lVorl(,Turit pipers. We also have the reKirt that J. son is not responsible for the act of his local bills'. The beet locition in thf L. A IS'. 11. R l!:r!e Read will probably di'iMue of hu all these things will come out brother, but & House bill to authorize the county of for a distillery or factory, roil sale. It ia Boyle county purchase and return l LinliiK J.iUlio lVorli, in the discussion of his character. He Was Lincoln to aid in the construction of rail- aupplied by four apring-tAddre J. L. coln. burned in effigy at Mt. Sterling Friday roads was passed by the Senate. Miss Mollie Harmon is home Irom T Whitehead, Mt. Vernon, Ky. FloorliiK, Clllii(c,lVoiilli. (iarrr.inl and somcarhat imliapore'l Mirsts Central Kentucky to All Points night and on Saturday the citizens held an The Senate, 19 to 9, voted to establish N. M. Snumate, Alvih Pullin and Lizzie Twidnell, from Danville, sud indignation meeting, condemning his acNorth, East, West & Southwest. the county of Knott out of Laurel, Knox, Samuel Warnacut, of Paint Lick, are in Blanche, from Diuuhlers Cillf, nre hue 'orlioiirdliiK, Ir'CHCMl I.tiinler tion and praising Judge Reid for declining V. L Joiie,of William'-buri- :, on a visit to their Kr.mdmothi-- r MN NanI'aal Line Between Ac, and then refused to reconsider. town thia week. to avenge his wrongs after the commission .Stirad-li- n nie Brown, who spent the winter in Louis- W. II The IIouBe reconsidered and passed was in town Sunday. of the assault, which they characterize ns vtlle, ha returned. Col. Jameson, from LK.YIXUTON A C1SVIXSATI. a bill making an appropriation for an asyhaa returnwl to Tennessee. J. D Coan-dlethe highest exhibition of moral courge. pent Sunday with Lebanon, has been amont; old friends here of Louisville, chIiii is L fleet March St, 1JU. lum for deaf and dumb colored children, Miss Mattie Crow cm for several days friend at thia place. Ciaper Williama h The report of the Conference CommithpnuSiturdar night from Ohio, where she JonN D White made a spectacle of Hu, U Ko. t h'o , returned to Louisville to ntlend commence- hns been attending school for the last two Kally ocril-Boi'- ., tHlIy himself, as usual, Friday. He was ripping tee to adjourn May 3d to meet Dec. 31, in ment exerciee. un Ex tau. I x Pally A lo Drileriln a diagrace to our rears adjourned session was rejected by tho and snorting because Gov. Murray had Iliia hame and 3(1 ui hi 2 i Lra. CoTititMi . . J ( ' ui Sundav-achoo- l be no to community for the been acquitted of the chargei he brought House. " Kalioouth Vlipn V S hi 41 p iu VALIAHLE A bill has been offered in the house to better pntrotiiwd than it if. 1 here ar an " CnthUiu.. 10 (. in II Ma Hi i - pin against him, and alleging that he had been M a m S VO p m m 10 38 Arr I'urli.. excellent corp of tacher, well qualified, " I.eilnii-n..- . . II IS p m I J VJ ui 6 W ptr whitewashed, the committee refusing to make it a penitentiary offense to steal a dog but they attend n better thin their pupilc PROPERTY IN HUSTONViLLE I. xC A il II) lOOpm aopu Le sammon two of the witnesses that he had of the value of $5; under that amount, a Out of a pofeihle 75 pupils, nnly lo were I M pjn fi a I p m Arr Wtrchnler Call on ui or writ for prleea FOIl SALE! Wt keen a tarn present .Sunday and of the 9 teacher onlv named, when Speaker Carlisle told him he misdemeanor. in A I p mi 2 ! p in,.. Lre. itoek and will do our loit to pleaM you In prlra im 2 Hi p w' . The Haggard bill to equalize exemp two were present. Surelv this state of af-- i Arr. Wlucheoter II ' must speak on the subject then pending. I will offer at J'j.l. uTe Knot j'retiODtly Uitjor-ct- l fairs could he improved upon. 1 17 p ra1 7 CO p in and quality ol material. l.Tc. Wliichealer of i on This offended him and he charged that the tion passed the House, another scheme to Arr. lllcLmend Mr. J. L. Whitehead ia putting up his JL(Wp mi U8 0.1 pin dishonest men in their efforts to keep " Ijnemter la m and NATOKDAY, Speaker invariably ruled against him and help property for sale. He oflera the MAY 21tli, 1SSI. " Manlord .lull" J 4S 1' m ItAXVII.I.K l'L.tXIXfi 3iJi.lt nrL-L most desirable location for a distillery The in favor of whisky monopolies. Disgusted from paying their just debts. " f4 .Sli. X No. I." rroP'rly I now iciipy. conilitlng of a two. lonp the whole line of the Louisville A atory frame dwelling (onulntru A bill providing for the encourageDaily at this wanton charge a member asked that all rouma and rol Dsavlll Ky. Dally The property is that lar, liarlniJ an excellent wtll In the yard a Dkliy. ill sun Ex. language be taken down, but ment of railroad building, and exemption Nashville Railroad. Mr. White's old tanjard iisei' to be situa- lltoodgarJen and ilalile attaelied. Alio a ouren-len- t in which the e tf . with ampin room and kckhI rllu.v Lie. ttanfurd June . s m Mr. Carlisle said with quiet dignity: "I from taxation for a period of five years ted, in the lower edge of town. As our liulncn. This " Ijioraitrr SM III from the beginning of construction, has people arc not able to support a preacher tloa furreMim within; to roperty Ii all In pood rehope that no such attention be paid him." pair " lllchuiiiod II Oil a in, S ?A a in trcariia i;i'od builtiewi call on the prim-i12 00 a m 0 23 a in " WiDGbealrr .. '., prhap they can keep up a distillery. Mr. location would do well toJtHIX me on ItKIIi. ' T" . He was applauded by both sides of the passed the Kentucky Senate. II . M p nil 7'Ji. a m ,1 Arr. lx C.A O.Uy House by an almost unanimous Whitehead's "a.l" appears in this is?ue. The House and White finally sat down, appa2 4 p in 'IS p ml 7 Hi in Lto 1exlnKtou .. withdrawal of Jack Adams, Sr. The 3 27 p in '1 II p in 8 II a in I'arlr rently disgusted with himself and every- vote passed an amendment to the charter from the firm of Jack Adams & Son was t. HO a in of the Cincinnati Southern R. R , requir2 7 p Mi e U'inchealer friends at body else. not a very creat surprise to his 7 JO h hi H3'lpia Arr I'arli ing it to haul coal in cars of other compa- this place, as he hud made his intentions 2 M ISlp ic '.' A0 i m1 H U, in HH Lie I'arb DO p u investigation of the charges of brib- nies at from 1 to 15 miles, 1 J cents per 100 known some time ago. In his more than 4 The p m THE IHtUftUIST, a m Air Cy nt III ana . 15 p m 1 p lo m hnliuoutli ll ery in the late Senatorial election in Frank- pounds; carried from 15 a merchant in thi () w S i1) p mill ap n m Corlnnlon .to 30 miles, 2J 30 yeua' service ai many friends, who will - fort will prove a Bham. The alleged work cents per 100 pounds; carried from 30 to town, he has made Mr. Adams in be sorry to see him retire. mavsvii.m: itit.iNcu. ia being done with closed doors, as if fear CO miles, 2J cents per 100 pouiu's. Col. hi) career haa accumulated sufficient propI S'o. fl, Io Jl ful that something will turn up to show, Talbott stated that the C. S. charged more erty to enable him to retire cracefully to Dally lUlly Has joit reeUfd a nice lot o- fwhat nearly everybody believes, that tho for hauling coal from Junction Citv to private life. Jack Adams, Jr, will conKx. Sun. Kx. Sun. This Hue stallion will Hand the nrcient icaion in the future. See "ad" most corrupt of methods prevailed in the Danville than the L. & N. did for 200 duct the business '," Mlllwlgevllla at IU to 2 00 p in Lto Covlnclon . toll till Meaning time Lien rttalned lor icaion elsewhere. Lexington ... .1 7 2 a m I 80 p in struggle. Mr. Mooreman, miles. money, llama of winners free. Hudcrlck Dhu la 8 H n in !i "O p iu IMrii Pursuant to a call of Chairman J. J. a bright mabogonv bay, with black inane and one of the committee, very properly asked The cowhiding of Judge Reid has Williams, of the republican county com- 8 10 a in S 47 p in tail. Arr Mlllenburg SL'CII AS .! U 00 a in i u7 l m Is 6 years bid, ami lot his training makes KtKiJ " Carlisle the nouse to excuse him from serving after caused Representative Stone to introduce a mittee, a goodly number of the "faithful" 11 Johnson ""caiien, op. ny nay f, (. J ii IH n in 7 00 p in ""I Iralg. lluckden was gol by .110 All a in 7 45 p m dleton.put ol Mary " MsyiTllle, it was decided to hold sessions, but bill which provides that if any person as- met in Mt. Vernon last Saturday and en- Orangos, Lomons and Bananas. Ixrd Cllfdcu,! winner ol thcgreai St Udgerbtakea dorsed the adminstration of President Arthe Dpncailir Hl.kea, 1881, and as a No. fit No. it refused to grant his request, saults any judge of this Commonwealth, won the H'oodcole Stakes, the Chainpiiie. Hlakea Dally Dally thur, since the untimely death of Garfield ALSO the Hlake.1 out ol )neiuencB lit. bun. V.x. bun. and Hay T The Indiana Democratic Association at either with or without deadly weapons, for and inatrunted fnr W O. Ilradlev and Jno. by Mlddlelon. Ilclerkk's 1st dam, Mary any act done upon the bench, or in his ju- D While for delesales from this State at A Large Lot of FlHlilng TatiUIe, 3 41 a m vi w in iiraK,.,'3P,K.n.,8ht:rP.1. l""r'' :'' dMU l!,,u" ' Washington has virtually nominated "Old Lre MayiTllle.. dam I'roblem bv fcuclld; llh dam 0 30 n ni l:' ii p m Mulatto; to the national convention at Cbica-ro- ; " Johnson 1'oIuh, I, in cm, &v. Saddle-bags- " for President. A resolution dicial capacity, he shall be punished, upon larfie lions. R Boyd ami Genriro Denny for by Cervanlw . Btls dam Marianne by '.' 7 '.'1 .1 in v in " Cirllale I 47 p m conviction, by confinement in the peniten7 41am !', ' i'f'nT'iV""!"".''? Timothy; 7th dam " MlllersbnrK ALSO adopted by it declares that in their jude-medelegates; M. J.Cook, J. W. dim) by Shark,- - 8th dam r in a in 2 10 p in Arr IMrla tiary for not less that one, nor more than the district Afnro ft P. Clark. Adam . l,jrl,,n-- 1. r:n. T ' 9 10 a m ', 00 p in Sriihon. 0th dam Oulcli'a nn..i " IxlnKton. "the nomination of Hon, Joseph E. dambyCrab; llthdam by Dyrr'a illiuplc; 12 111 HO a m S U p in three years; and if the assailant be a mem" CiTlnKt'iii O Ci Unllins. R. A. Swineford. S. SAMPLE HOOKS Of WALL I'Al'UIt. McDonald, of Indiana, for the Presidency, dam by llcthctl'a Ustawav: 3 h (lain br Wl rnni- appointed delecates to 10, dally, leavon I llh .lam llora mar... Mary Crajg'a first dam was by the Democratic National Convention, ber of the bar, he shall be forever hereafter L. Whitehead, were Kalmouth AMinodatloti-.N'- o. J, IlllP. .Viinoli.lv. debarred from practice ib any court of the Louisyille convention on May 1, 'bl. Covlne'on 4 45 p in; arrho I'alino'Jth C'M pin, viiiiniuiaiui iitAiriiCK iiriii117 lUAuuioupi in uujEitnil would establish- - harmony in the party of 3d Vorull Ity 00 a in; arrive No 9, dally, leare CtfTlnglon.-.rl. Hip tr Jlfi KM. k... I'fiaii f.i.ii uiiiiifrinu, dim Call for Mass Meeting. '""Mini, HHlniif Sam. No, 30. Sunday only leave throughout the country and result in the this Commonwealth. h itulert 8th 1'Jracanlba by arrive raliooulh 10 40a m. No. si, etcM by Itegiilm; 10th Jenny Msthcn, Wli IW .' coll of the Democratic Pursuant to a Spinner by I'orti "uccena of democratic principles at the apTho partoerahiu lieretofjrx exlitlng lrtwecn only, leive Falmouth 2 p iu; arrive CovNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. 12th S plfomsba. dam by Stale Central Committee, it is hereby 'a JACK ADAMd A bOS wai this Oar by tuuttial ington 4 p in. Lexington and I'arln No. S2, dally Ilay Ilarb: 13th dam D'Arcy's Chrsln I proaching Presidential election." R 20 a tn; Paris the democrats consent tliisohej by arrive Sunday, that It ia catimated that of 79 delegates to of Lincoln ama8 meeting of at the Court-Hous- e ams, Hr., from the the withdrawal of Jack Ad- except 0 10 a in. leave 63, daily except Sunday, I've Arabian, II. 1, w,Hb Slrlnt; Uth iSh firm, All parties knowing No. county be held A New Yoiuc fool, who did not know it the State convention from New York City, thcuiielrcs indebted to the alio named firm, Lexlnttton 4 30 p in; arrive I'arli.1 1.1 p m, At the same place wo will stand our fine Jack, in Stanford on Saturday, April 20, either by note or account, are reuueitid to make Note to TarienKcr" Miitlt of Wlnchwlir Trolns vaa loaded, pointed a pistol at a friend and Gl are for Arthur. Noi. 12 anl inn via Lexington and I'arla only; M . to select delegates liiitncdlato settlement, as the partnership-builnf- i 1SS4, nt 2 o'clock r. setbe wouti4 and nil claims that It via either l'aris and Winchisteror YOUNG ! railed the trigger. The friend seemed to Ten indictmenta have heen found to the Slate Convention to he held at mustat onco willup; placed in the handsare not col- Nos, Card Lextng'oii. of-tled be I'aris ami run via Wlnctester. At $8 to ins.ro u llvn? colt tMl weaning limn. think it was loaded for he immediately on against Mason, ths dihoneat Iouiaville to- Frankfort May 7, for the purpose of select- lector. In the futLre tho buslnera will be conduct-i- d Fait Line Nos. 3 aril by Jack Adnmi, Jr., who will use every ertort Solid trains with I'tilli-iaSleej'lng Taa, between ing delegates to theNational Convention to its discharge laid over and died and now bacco warehouse man. main n In the standing of tho house he now Cincinnati and lilchinimd, Va , and Washington, years old, 15 hands high and was lired by Oerg be held nt Chicaco July 8, and also to elect to which for the past thirty Tuara It liar held n. ('. TliroiiL-l- i tickeis and (Miaaze checked to Washington, of iloylototinijr joker has been sentenced to the lie was Sired by the funny The lost California Gold Cink has electors for the State. The county is entithat is, the ciiKAri.sritoro In ill, Vernon, lie aay dettluatlnn reclie--t hr a railroad I,V,7 rM!nI'w""',e','eJ''r Tlppacanoe, lio by penitentiary for manslaughter, just as all gone out of existence. The Fir.t National tled to ono deleeate for each 200 votes cast has now on hands a lull Hock utXevr SprlDtf floods W.II.WIIITTLBSEV, F. II. MOItMf, b. Lir.lAtnV.,vnWarrlor; ilau y In CTery variety, which be will sell to his old and g. dam Trav Pm. Agent. raMeok'r Acent, g dam idiots should be, who are guilty of point-in- s of Petsluma, changed Friday to a currency for Gov. Knott at the last State election. new customers at tho lowest prlc.-a- . (Vivlnaliin, Ky. lxlni(ln. Ky. hf Old Wagntrj k. g. g ,l.m 'byl'ipnmj Aniiet. Maltese J E. Lynn, Vtura truly, J.t VIC A HA . V' SOX. II. W. Fl'l.LLK, CWMITII, any kind f firearms at people. bank, n-t- i 269'2m Mt. Vernon, Ky., April 17, l!l. (un'l l'nw, Agt, Ucucral Munag' r Chairman Dem.Co. Com'tee. MillcdsevllU, Ky. The Legislature seenn determined to as- Judge Stmi-Iccbliilntcriorloii- VST. H. TRAYLOR, - GRAIN FIELD SEED THRESHER. $1,-30- -- -- i O V isrP' rfea4 m lzw sv.y frJ. Km-V,r- ,'J ,.i ..i.i ch Pire,Lightning&Tornado RATES ABDALLAH Fire Fire Fire KI.AIItI ldn m-e- ta a coir. !., riief;ali (Ib-rn- Stanford Female vi.Oim horae-ir.ll.- ree bob Mcelroy, j (, thoroughengushcqubse! PLANING MILL COMPANY TERMS MODERATE. i ii&iKITIICI,! K Shortest Quickest Jtoutc . r, Building Material Fa ruling iiihImt! . . . .. - I'-- rli J bt ' ' dt 1 . 1 NoaTH-Hoi'N- i atore-hout- , . . RODERICK n. J, DHU! I G.F.Peacocki KY., 1 HUSTONVILLE, (1 till NoaTK-IlOl'.S- FORaGIC4IV FICUITS, Ii,r, . . .'.'. . 1 -'. nt -- r- ! Dissolution Partnership - C Cot-lnpt- CovJnK-tonHAn- ii -- 1 BOWMAN I Ll' -- r 9 Scmi-M wklu Ky., JiUcriorJonrnal April 22, 1884 A nkw line of menV haln at Jtobt. . LylleV. Um apring lot of Zilgler Hro'. shoes for both wxea just received ntS. H. Shanks'. K1V AnVKRTJNEMEXTN. Turnpike Election. ! d - Stanford, Buy A oooi) orgim for cite, office. Apply at thin Don't forget LOCAL NOTICES. Uruce A Co.'. Day I'aikth of IVnnr A McAUater. IiANOUirrilH garden seeda at Mcitoberta Garden 8eeda at Penny A & BlcKB'. LANDftETUB McAIIater'a, Jon. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny & McAllster aole agenta. Clohk your account with Penny A by cash or note. liiiAND new slock oferery thing iu the jewelry line nt Penny A MoAlinter'n. HohK; cattle, ahcrp and poultry powder for sale ly Multobrrla A Hlagg. New shades of ready mixed paints for cpring trade nt McKnberta A SlaggV. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllster. I'on Kale, n new tiprlght,J. A C Fischer piano, Apply at Intehioh Jouanal ofMc-Alist- fice1 Nt.w nnd full Hock of Kislifn? Tackle of every variety just received at McKoberta A StaggV. Kok ooi'Rhi", colds, Geo. II. IIkuce A Co.'s Hat Dir lait A l,L kind of lumber in the rough nt my Saturday resulted in the rale of 63 hats. Next Saturday, April 20, will be Clothing yards. II. K. Wtaren. I)jy and not cine nlrkle profit will Ic Tinware for everybody nt one half charged. . . r " pricea at a. u. rowerr, Foil style, beauty and gracefulness, Oaiidkn seed, New York seed potatoes nothing can excel the elegant, new fabrica thin reason. They can be and onion seta at T. It. Walton's, found in all the fashionable and becoming A car-loaof kiln dried, boiled meal nhadea of color, either in the latest plaids just received at Ilripiit A Curran's. T or solids, at J W. Harden. Mn M. D Ki.mouk ha purchased of Millinery. Mra. Kate Duddrar wiah-c- a Mr. K. It. Chenoull, the old Hughes house to inform the indie that ahe is receiving nod lot of 5 acre, fir $:i,000 cash. daily a splendid line of millinery, selected A cold east wind yesterday gave a back-re- t with the grcateat care, to which the invites She ha fixed Friday and to the budding tree and plants, which inspection. Haturday, May 2d and 3d, for her grand were beginning lo put forth rapidly. opening daya and hopes that all the ladlea We have the lirxest Hue of, hemp, cot- will call on her. Dres. making al?o done ton, yarn and Ilriissels carpet ever shown to order. t Kdtnlston A OwsW. t in thin market. m-uni- Next Saturday. will otaerve the call of the county Chairman for n mass nieeling next Clothing Saturday "at theIIIcourt house,. !! Democrats ....... all-wo- d The stockholders of the Hustonville .tCoftei'i A fine Stock Mill Turnpike I'.o.ul Co. will meet at T. C Jaiera Dress-Makinlor sal, situated one alia Htorcon hATUHHAY, MAY 3. IFS. jUSp.m'. for List ol crab Orchard, much of the land river the election of 1'rMident and Itoard ol Director! botwm. teron apply to O. W. James. ICrsb Orchard, Kr.,oro injielr at Farmers National I have associated with mi in ths drrav making lor thocmulntf ytar. 2'3-tDank, O.C.LYON, President. business, Miss Klla Smiley , a very accomplished J. It. OtrfiT.EV, lady in that line, anl have fitted up roomi In my 2121m l.x. T.C. iluuilxr. rmldence, where I hope all who whhour services will call on ui. Satisfaction and perfect flU guaranteed, The stockholders of tho Stanlord A MlllcdgoTllle 2l3-.11 HN. GEOItfiE HIYEIIS. Tiirnplko Itoad Co. will meet at MrCnmack'a I am in receipt of lbe handsoiueit and Meeting Ilousa on the IbT BATL'llDA Y In MAY, 1881, at 2 - M. (or the purpooof electing a PresiH AIjE COJI.UISS dent and lionnl ol Director , for tho cnsulne year. SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY d J W. WtiATL-IllOItDPresident. I hare ever handled, to wnlch I inviu jour alien-tloHariri - taken unusual earn In its eplpctltn. I am sure tbnt an examination will prove mutusl. ly adTantsgeou. (ilvn tnc acall, IG Ji IBS MtKM. I. E MlStauford,EH, Tbe annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln Circuit Court. Jos. McAllitcr's Kztx., 212-(Stanford A Halls lap Turn pike Co lor the election Kf. Ac , ti J. A. Lj tie, Ac. In lulty. President and Boird ol Pursuant to a judgment herein at the March of a year will be held In theDirectors for the ensuing Circuit Clerk's office term, IKS., ol this court, the undersigned Commit-donIn Stanlord on the 1ST HATUKDAY IN MAY, will ! 1811. at 2 o'clock p. w, "3-t- d J. L LYNN, President. ON MONDAY, MAY 5, 1884, g Notice ! Turnpike XHcctlon. 213-t- TO 5t TEE SADIES mostccm-plitellne- of IO.i:ilN Stanford Suburban Property, Turnpike XHection. n. tf it er SPRING GOODS Cr Lower Than Ever Before! Ac, use Compound Byrup While Pine. Put up in 2fc and 60c bottles. Trial size 10c. McRobcrta A PERSONAL. The New Orleans Minatrela make the bot miificof any troupe that visit this eclion Their quartette is alrntdv unan proachable, - J. W. Alcorn, Key , ia attending Whitley Circuit Court. Mux. P J. Mattinhi.v, was here Saturday. f Klonn New. -- Mr. W. 11 MrltoBEKTrt, ha gon lo Bourbon. There apjuar to be a woman in the case Mil. AM) Mm. K P. Owsley have moved lu their home in the Went end of town. Dr. Wilson ha gone to llie house. Mtw K1.1.A Smii.ey, a handome lady from D.mville, ha gone in the Dre. Making bHKiscM here with Mr. George Plenty of machine thread once more at the great hsrgain etore. Itcmembtr I goinl as ClsrkV, and 'J apooh for fie. of Stanlord, it the K. L. Pcwera. J e County Court day, before the door In .Stanford. Ky lietween the hours of 11 . u. and 3r. 11.. till lo Ih highest didder III A. 1 II. 17 1'nle ot Land, half mile from Stanford on tbelltllt TUeshareholderaofthe Stanford A Huitonvllle (lap pike, on which Is a comfortable retldence and Turnpike Itoad Co. will hold their annual meeting all necessary Irnprorcmtnla, to rallify plalntlO'a Judgment for 11,523 31, with 8 cent, thereon for the olcctlon or President and Hoard of s,0,j 'lurLeravllle, on the 1ST from March 17, lS7t).and their cosla herein. Tkrms. Credit of C and 12 months. lionds re- SATURDAY In MAY, !hK4. atZo'clock r. M. J. K. CA81I, President. quired with approved security, payabl to Com. inlMloner, bearing A per cent from from day of RELIGIOUS. ale, and navies effect ol Judgment. Lien retainIf. U. WVsl.Vlt, Itey. II. C. Morrison i asisting the ed. Master Co m 'r Lincoln Circuit Court. Itev, II. U. Cockerill in a meeting at HighThe anuual meeting of the sharboldtr of the TurneriTllle. McKlnner A Collej's Mill Turnpike land. lload C. will I at Jnnck' ttore, McKlnuer, A couple of Christain churches in onthelSTSATUKIMY in MAY, ISSI, for tno purpure ui ciec iDga rretuieni ana Board of Di Louisville have slopped uing fermentrectors ur tue entulnir rtar. or 243-t- d ed wine for sucrimunUl servire. CLIrTON KOWLEn, President. Court-Hous- Turnpike Election. lr I bavoJuM received and opened up a comr.hto an I desirable itolt of bprlog Uoo.l, which 1 am selling strictly according to nijr last proposition, beginning on thulstdir of April. My Prices on (londs Surprise nil that Visit j Store, 3t Turnpike Election. Il MICEItlFF'sS . And the go nwa7 perfectly satisfied that Iani selling goods at lower prices than they ever brought belore. Now to tho trade: Aa this business li only a matter of dollars find cents, como everybody ami (hire a lortiou ol the grand bargains. Ilespectfullr, II'. Jf. HOW A WAIVES 2Mio a. m. CrabOrchaid.Ky. IIP, onnna. J. r. iiocKaa. r AM piying particular attention lo for eign and domestic 0lev will Blwyallnd me mpplied with a large atock of fnvh orange, banana, lemon, and pr en apple, which I am felling on fruit, and the public the lowet powible tua ruin. S.S.Myers. A Ci.m-I.vsat- pajver publinhea adiptch from Souieret to to the ellect that Editor Osren and Dr. Scott are about to fight a duel becaii-- e the former published aome Mrer. evere restriction on the Daclor'a bad boy, Mis"r Ilmin Fahiu ann Jennie who haafrfiiuentlr been before the court. MeAli'ler, of Dtnville.nnd Mattie Kvnn. Mils. Kate Dciidekak, having f ecu red of Crab Orchard, ate the guct of Mr. J. K. Farri. a suitable room in Williamsburg, will oen MlM I.r.TTIE I.EE KociinTfii ha a millinery store in that place 011 Monday, Danville, where hc to he bride April '.'Mb, under th control of her daugh gniie mid in m Uw day at the Itobinwu ter. Mi Iva Smiley, and will oiler to the Ilright marriage. ladle of that town in elegant line of Mis ItA AltAMP, the pretliett and spring and summer millinery, and invite moM chaiming yourr lady of the whole of them to call and urinific her goodr. KflckoMtle county. Ky.. i vWIting Mn. A NUMKEii of fine fheep belonging to George Itobaid -- Harrodburg Democrat. A TEi.rutAM from Pea body, Knaii Mr. A P. van de Water were killed or announcr the aerious illnee of Dr. A. (1 wounded a night or two ago by doga. Ilnflman, who i in hi 70th year. HI Such ravages are now of almost nightly ion, Maok HufToian, atarted Ic hie bedaide occurrence and yet our awinine Legislature is hammering away on a bill to make the yesterday. Mr.H.-i- i' Ja ANiSAMBt7RNsinr,Ham stealing of a dog a penitentiary oUtnre of not lesa than one nor moreuban three Miller. John Duncan nnd George D. returned Sundav from year. of the ('umlcrland, at Wlllitmbuu bringDit. Steele Haii.ey, President of the ing with thim 150 pounds of fine ba, Hoard of Health for Lincoln county, ha in a ouple of day' port. appointed the following gentlemen on the Mik Hctsy Pknshnutosc wa in de Ibard. For Hustonville. Dr. Ed Alcorn jund alSomrreet latt weak. She "wailnl and F. M YoweP; McKim.ey, Dr. Moore on" two ouple eniering the matrimonial and Daviit Shannon Jone; Crab Orchard, me day: Itev. K. B. Hill, of Drs. Dojrt-- and Stephenson; Turnersville, Mate the na I). Parker, and Dr. T. U. Uwls. Stanford. Dr. Pev ton. Cant. Dinville, to MIm Lawyer Jame IMH011 10 .mis Anna viog-- ; Tfm, n,ciarJ. Judge W. It. Cf.rron and Kin. J. V. Alcorn. i 1 Ilur-delte, Southern lUptist Convention annual meeting in Baltimore, Md , beginning Wednesday, May 7, and continuing until My 12. In hi sermon Sunday Dr. Guerrant said he had taken the pains lo find out how many time, the words "rejoicing" appear in the bible and had ascertained that it occur 30S times, and the word "weeping" but US times. The Presbytery adjourned Friday morning to meet at New Providence, in Mercer county, Sept. 2 J next. Itev. I. S MeElroy and Col. J. II. Moore were delegate to (he Geiieral Assembly which meet in Vicksburg in Mar, The preachera may say it i ncne of our business and perhaps it ia not, but in behalf of sleepy women and children, we ark that the night meeting at the Presbyterian churcli commence at 7:30 instead of S The service Sunday night did not cloe till about 10 o'clock. Nearly four thousand of the $7,000 necessary lo begin the building of the new Epicoptl church in thi city baa been rub aoribrd by the communicant of thechurch. Subscription lists are in circulation, and the whole amount will be raised in a short lime. Richmond Register. Dr E O Guerrant i preaching twice a day at the Presbyterian church with much power and eUipience and has already awakened a deep interest. It is very unfoitunate that he can remain but a few days a he could accomplish great good here. Pressing engagement however prevent. hold it The PROPERTY FOR TAXES. un munuiii, axtvi. uj.ii, ioo 'JPui'iipike XHeetion. nt Commercial I haTe lust opened Hotel Firfit-CJng8St)- Ie ! McKIXXEY, KY. up this Hotel, alter Mea; thoroughly retitted and refurnished throughcul with everything new, and Comity Court day. I ill fell at public outcry, The shareholders ot tho Hanging Fotk A (Jreen Illrerliirnplke Ito.vl Company will be held at for'laies the fallowing property. Jones' More. McKlnney. on the 1ST PATUHIlAY Alexander. A. J , ' acres knob land, 70c, 1SS3; Caldwell. W, 1 lot at Mlllrdgsville, SI 05 IRS2; In MAY. 1861, furltio purpo-- e of electing a l'rttl-deand iioard of Directors tor the eniulng year. Cooley, IteDj., 21 acreson Neal's Creek, tl 70, I8S3; d CLIFTON OWLEIl, l'r.aideut. Huncan, Matt.Ilolat McKlnney. "Jtcnts, " Dunn, II. II.. 125 acres on Urren Itiver, tl g;, " Fletcher, A. ti., 8 acres on (ireen Klter, 1 U5, " (iood, Nancy, SO acres at Turners rllle. 2 15, " (litnon, Jacison, 40 acres, MtlledgeTllle, 1 i, Urcihatu, lieu !., I lot at Mllledgeville, ZOO, " W. V. WALTON, Jtnnnger. llotiiton A Purdny, 1 lot ai Ilimtnnvllle. S 00, ' Hawkins, Jos, lOacrcs on Neat's Creek, 4 IS, '82.'83 i THi'itsnAY Injusl. Krink, M acres on Gre n lllfcr. 31 00 " i;vi:mm;! s Kiiik'.W, II., bal.,?J acres on Hanging Kork, 21 IS 213-t1 I intend to Itun It In OiHU'uMoiisctaiiforfl 01. 1833 Kills. Jameg,20acrei on Seal's Creei, Lumfaid, Tboi, II acres, Milleilgerllle, 140. " Josuru Gorton, Manager. Iloblnson, 8iian, 10 acrir, Mjwd'i (tap, 1 03 1881 'si aud '83; llussell.J It., 300 acres, Milledgetllle, tl 00, 18S3 THK MASTKU THOUl'E OF MODEItN 70, fchult, Nathan, 31 acres ot knob land, TIMES I Vinson, John 00 screaon wrecn Itiver, '.'0, " Wright, SusiM.2S acres, Iluitouvllle. 2 as, " GORTON'S ORIGINAL Wllcher, James W., 100 acres on (Ireen Itiver, 1 1 lor '$t and 'M; iS.C"a kSs Excellent Mineral Water on the premises ard tbote seeking health can nol And a better rcsstt during tho fumuicr. fpecbl attention will Ut given to the wants of Commercial Men, who wttl und Urge and nice rooms todliplay their samples. IsbnllaUi rep a flrt-cl- a Livery JJtabU.whe.ru last horfes and good turnouts ran be had at all hours. 39.uij W ONE MGHT ONLViTSu s. .11, OWEXS. Three Tacls Ja kaat I will itand three) my stabli this jp lsoii, ti Ci, 188); Alcorn, Clark, 1 lot ai TumerariUe, tl SS. 1883 Audenon. Carter, lot at McKlnney. 2 25, " Huiton, I'hllllp, S acrei at McKlnney, 2 3, 1881 '82 and 'S3; lot at Tuinersville, 1 53, 1883 Ilrown, Mim, ! Hurt n, John, 10 acres at Turnersrllle, 3 40, lot at lionyvllle. 75c, '82, '83 Enlarged and Ileorganlred. Positively Eclipsing HeJdly, Canon, Cloyd, Jovph,2acres umt McKioney, Jl 20. " all past ellctti. 1'osttlve engage(lord, John 10 acres ntar McKinn y, 3 75, 1881 ment of the '82 and '81; Caldwell, Kpb 4 acres bear Moreland. 2 3f. '82, '83 GORMAN BROTHERS' Uunn, Kictiard.l lot near Mllltdevlll:, 1 IS " 1 N, 1881 " lUltice, blward, I lot near (I och, lltnry, 10 acres at IlLiln'a Cap, 2 25, 1882 ROYAL PANTOMIME TROUPE Docker, Anderson, I lot at lionyvllle, 1 30, 1883 Grand Spectacular MlllUry Drill! llurjman, Jerry, I lot near McKlnney, 2 uO, '82 '83 McCormack, Saiu'l, I ot, Mllledgevflle, 1 M 1883 McCormack, AI , I lot near Mllledctvllli-- , 1 20 " ! l'eluian. Win 1 lot mar Ilonyville. 2 0), '82,81 " little, Henry, 1 lot at Huitonvllle, 70c " lot at Huttonville, 70c lleld, KlluJ. MAMMOTH SONG AND DANCE! " IteynoHs, Henry. 1 lol at McKlnney, 85c Kdiuond, i acre', Ilonyville, cc " lly a solid phalanx of Veteran I'rofos ionalj only Whitley, Admlislon5)and75 cents. No extra charge Woods, Craig. I Ivi dear McKlnney. W 1i " for ?curlng tickets in edvance at the laltu Wilhlte.Olla 38 acres HanglngFoik, 7 CO " Wealherlord, il.'a faelis.l lot HiiXonville, 1 70, '83 frlce at Mcltobrtv A Ktagg's. 1 1 IIL4CK. NO. 1 New Orleans Minstrels! CSrOlcaL PRINCE OLD ! 33.,13. 1 d Black Hawk HOSCOE CONKLING! All at the same price $10 to Insure a .llurc Hlth Foal Or S12 to hold a life poller on the colt unlll five uoathiold. Ifa mau wants a mare colt, we give him special rates upon equitable terms. Prince will holetto Jennets attlufor a Jennet colt or a lost Jack colt; n living Jack colt, Insured until six months old, 125. Mare pastured at tl 50 per month; and Jennets SI per month. Marts traded beloro foaling time forfeits the contract. A lien held on thn colt lor theseon. I will gire prompt personal attcntloa io i ue accimmotiaiioa or an my patrons Gladiator Combat Clog 1 Ilallard. Hryant..V for Wk have ben sluiw'i a threatening let and ter addressed to Mr A. Cimenisch, which orders him "and all the damn Dutch" to Saturdays. S S. Myers. leave the county under pain of instant It will be obervrl that Shsritt" Mcne-fe- e death. The scoundrel who wt.uld write has a fasni or a fr ale. Mtirh a letter ought to I Hi burned at the Lemon Wafer, stake and if such a Ihinj; were attempted Niok lot of Cracknel. : our cittern would rise up and do it for him. Tea Cake. At., at T. It. Walton'. The gentlemen need not he uneasy. They The celebrated one dollar "Ptarl Shirt" shall he protected in their every right in for ninety cent at Kobt. S. LylleV. this country. m ii. planter at bargain to cloe out Hi nor seeing our dtsperalion Tocorn at beiiu ytock before the season oloe. Or. D. inahle to froctire any butter tit to be call'Wearen, Ag't. ed by the name, several ladies have kindly of ladies and gent' fine, proved that they can and do make a good AN elegant line article "fit by sending uh liberal sample cualom made shoe, just received by Mrs, Klla II. of their own manufacture. J A Owsley lialley is the last to favor ua and we SatI'kday wa',lbe bsa day for gardening pronounce her an adept in tbe and fishing nnd moit of our citiztna engagart, if her regtilnr make is half so good as ed in ono or the oilier the sample of beautiful yellow butter which OfK last yetir' busineiw must be closed now adorns our table. Tbe doctor should up. Those indebted to us will pleaie take be proud of such a wife. Owsley. notice. Edinistnn When tho Court of Appeals affirmed the for derl'ion of the lower conrt, which sustainA mo lot of custom made ahoe t ed the last of the two pipers in the celelidies men and children jut received S.L.Power. the great bir.in brated Philips will case, it also said that first will lawyers should have a reasonS. II Siianus has received hi stock of the The question was hi store ia able compensation. apring and summer good and submitted to Col. T. W. Varnon as Call and examine. J chock full of them. and after much deliberation he Mil". WooniE IIalk has nearly comple- fixed the amount at $13010 His award ted two neat cotttges adjoining her resi- was appealed from and Friday it was dence, which adds much to the East End. brought before Judge Owsley, who virtualFrUMi LOCAL HATTERS. fih Tulay, Thursdays m unties-itatinel- I big line of Carriages, Hug-gie- s, Uuckbaard and ltoad Cart Surreys, and all at bottom figures. Ilright & Cur ran. a A Irom Nashville aaya the and enthusiastic there held a large meeting nnd inorensed their auhcription to the Cincinnati, Green Itiver and .Nashville Railroad to 5100,000. AVo are again aaaured that tho rood will certainly be built. Jf6T received at J. V. Hayden'a a large invoice of ladies' iind gentlemen's line custom made ahoes, mode on all the different lael, so he is prepared to fit all feet from the lowcat to highest instep in town, nil of which have been marked at rock bottom pricey O. W. Huntley, TiiEMiNSTitELS.-- Dr. the enterprisinijnnd j;eiiial Renernl agciit of the New Orleans Minstrels was here over Sunday and found that tho trains ran ao that ho would have to show here on Thursday night next, Instead ol Friday The Company an stated In IbbI issue. consists of 11 line looking men, and when they appear on parade handsomely uniformed and with their Gold Hand and Drum Corp, they take n town by etorni. They have added many anperior attractions Dau't fail to seo them. JrnlN. A cit-iieo- ly decided as tho Colonel had done, there being less than $100 between them. There Just b raid lo have been some tall swearing as Spring here Distillery," of J. II. Hugely where to the value of a lawyer's services in such they have it born every instant, and some cases. There were seven lawyers and one an much aa three and u nail years oiu firm alone claimed $S,000. It ia raid that It is the latter variety they alwayo open tho winning lawyers together only got $!(. when your scribe yiaita them, aa he did on Friday, a bran'l equal in every respeci io 000. that referred to in the followinR conversaNew Orleans Minstkels. Of thh ex- tion that once took plare between Father cellent Company which appenra here next Tom and the Pope: " Ton my conscience, acres of knob land, tl 95, for '82, '83 Hill. J. J. " Carter, blijah, K arrta on Kail Lick, H 85 " I'.lkln. Margaret,7 acreson Illz Itiver, S 7j DANHLLE. BOTLE COUNTT. Ollkerton A Ilurcb, 1 lot. Crab Oichark, tC 75, '83, 2.0 acre, near l'uor Home, ti 40 " Wakefield, Farris A Gilmore sold on Hun Alo. Itiver llirk" Tavbirand w.fe. :.3 u res on Monday to Walter Htndy of Jessamine tl 95 '88; Kldd dreeii. 3:acrcakn'ib !and, t 20. If S3. two l year old mules 15 hands high, for tio. 2. b'ame firm sold to Judge J. K. iralg, Ue. $300. lot on lix Itiver. Si aa, 1880; Smnrall two mules sitnie age and hight, (larduer, Jtrry, 3 acreson 1M Uivtr, 1 SO, " " 2 IP, (itiist, l.i'gau, 1 lot InMaofnd, but unbrnke, for $3U0. 1 lot Hate, at 1UIU Uap, 2 IV " II H. Crow's stallion, Nobbv.C. I. 1'it- - Joiili",nllar, " '0c Matla, I lot at stanlord, l Kimball, ropes Lackey, Hen, 1lot at 1'reathiriTllle, 1 U " iiuictiins nuiiK " 70c Nelly, lot at M ntord, ltirney Wilke, Win. Owens' Mambrino " 50c Wllhirv, !IIJ, 1 lot at Manlord, l'rince, Willie Dunn's Mesenger Prince, Wallace, Vina, lot at Slanford, " Mc 13 $0 'S2, '83 .Smith Powell's Abdallah Ulencoe, W. J. Lynn. 11m, lot on Dlx Itiver, lot Dlx Itiver, tl 35, J8S3 Ljle's Tip liruce, 11. I'. Mock's Kienzi and Uckey, Walter,HOOK on 3, WIIITK Messenger Chief, Willie Dunu'n AbdalUh Adaun. It. S., 50 acres !0 knob land 70 cents lor I8S1 Messenger, eru among the thoroughbreds and 142; Andrew, fc'usan, 10b acreiknob laud 50 cents for on exhibition here on Saturday. lj.il aud 1SS2, Col. C. K. Ilowinan, of Frankfort. K. Brown, llryanl's In Irs, 2 acres Lnob laud 50 cents for 1(81 ml If"'; and Gabe Irvine, of Lebanon, Col. W. Lyle hlualieth, L. Thomas, of Lexington. Dr. A. M. Brown, Ilrown,1881 and lfS2:'.'5 acres knob laud 50 cents for I'arksville, H. T. Latham, Ilarrodsburgi IllMktmhlp.S K., 21 acrei knob lind St 70lorl8'3; Waller Hsndy, Nicholasville, Dr. Samuel Kaugti, hallie. 1HI arn knob land l 05 lor 1883; Ayers, Louisville, Fr&nK Shiptnan, Junc- Kateman, Alex , i lol Kliigi Mountain f 2 4i lor Ibil; tion City. G. I) Weatherford, Hustonville, Kryant, AmerKa's hilrs, 100a. res knob land SI 90 L'. S. Army, G. W.(Jow-ling- , rorlb8; Gen. It. Saxton, nib Itarlier, Hr. II. Lexington, were in town Monday. Cuiuiulus, JohnL. 10 acres knob UndS2 0,'. for If 83; laud 5 CA for 188.1; J., 50 acei Mrs. f. G3"'haw and Mis Carrie God-sha- Cummins, (ieo U'., SO nrrea knob land jl 5i for 1KV); ot louisville, are visiting their 70 S., CI acres knob Und daughter and iter, .Mrs. Fred Laz:iru, at Dye, JiMhua C,'J2acres knob land S2 41 for I8t Emily ti for 188.1; Df, James, 150 acres knob land the Clemens House. Helsnef, tl. for 188.1; Lew and Mack McHoberts and Hill I)elauey. Iemlma,250 acres kcob land Si 70 for lisl; Tribble were fined $10 each about a month Delsney, Franklin, 25 acres knob land S2 90 lor ago for gambling at Juuotion City and 1832 and I8M. promising to walk up to tbe Captain's Denney, Ilalllnger, loo acr?s knob land tl 75 lor 1W3; office in a few daya and settle, they were Merlds, CI seres I no. for 1SS3; The fines being still unpaid on Francis.Reuben. JS acres kuuli land II 80 for 1883; lanJ tl. Karris, Saturday, Marshal Helm arrested them Uoicb, JaiuesM. Jr.. Kuardisn of Craig Uooch, 3i acres kuobland S".ent far 1882 and ibit; and started with them to this place to put guardian of V!tr (ioocli, 33 each of them still Same laud fOccnt. tor 8S2 and 1833; ncrea knob them in the work-housclaiming to have no money. They hadn't Same guardian of Sarah C Uooch, 33 acres knob land 80 cent for IM'2aud 188H: before proeeeded very far (irimitli. James M ; 70 wvs kn'ib land J.' 33 f.r they recollected having about enough cash 1883: to settle their accounts and producing it (irlllHIi. Uatld ti , M acies knob laud 'JO Cell's for 1883; paid up and were released. . W., 5J sens knob land S2. for 1883; Horten, One of the delightful drive leading Uamm, Samuel A , lViacrn kuob land !2 15 lor is that out thn Heasant 1883; frnm Danville acrr it 31 fur 18A.1; Hill turnnlke. with this peculiarity tint Houii. Edmoud.25and wile,knob land knob laud 84 SO ilainin. J oil n sMi 3l8acies the farther one drives the pleiuanter the for 18S8; surroundings become until the junction Haggard. Allen, IC acres xn b Iji.d S) 13 for 18S2 andlSSI; of the Cane Kun, Pleaant Hill, Danville Hendrick, Joeph. 10) acres kmb hod tl. for 1883; and Harrodsburg road is reached. Johnson Anlnctb, 26 acres knob lani 10 cents for 18j3; Where If there Han Klysyum on earth, Lull, Maiihew L, 23 acros knob land tl 50 lor 18S3; It is this, it is this." Murphy, Wm T.100 aerj knob land S3 15 lor ia situated the great "Double 'it 181 and '; wiiitks so2 acres on Cedar Creek, tl 35 " ., ,, ' m MIUXTI.KV, General Agent. 23S.m LEVI MIUIIBCE, Shelby City, Ky. Iii 1 hlik CURRAN, -- a 1 ().jy. 1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - 1 1 -- AND DEALERS IN- - V 1 HARBWARE NSWARE. Farming Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, -- INCLUDING THE- - Manh lt3;e'aulkntr, A 1 acre land and mill '. tl 03 for Minks. William, 177 acrei kuobland ISforl8S2 and 1883; Melvln, Elizabeth, 175 'acres knob land St 15 for NolanJ, 1'. Hcnrr, 188.1: i I82 rrewlt Uerry C, Prcwltt, Hobt. L 1 12 aero knob land 2 10 for 1893; 10 for aires knob land tl Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and XL S. Buggies and Carriages. -- TbnrxJay night, 21th, the Cumberland (Md ) Daily ycustayn A good sized audience attended the performance given by Gorton's Original New Orleans Minstrels at the Academy last evening. The show abounded in novelties, cue of tho best being the changu of end men in the firt part, who surprised the audience with a duet and jig. The euphonium solo of Geo. Franckum, supported by Gorton's superb gold band, received a deserved encore. Hi triple tongueing was wonderful. In the second part, Walter Wentworth astonished the audience with his great contortion feats. Next came the champion military clog, concluding with a realistic broadsword combat clog. These features were very fine, especially the millitary drill and marches. The sketches nnd other spechltie were very jrncd, and the even ing concluded with n novelty In shape of a comic pantomime The street psrade was a fine sffilr. aud the p'ojine of the band was splendid. then."s3Ys the Pope, "it'n very sorry I am, Misther MaRuire," aaja he, "that it isn't in my power to please yon, for I'm mire an' ccrtnint that there's) not ai much whisky in Konie this blessed minitsa 'ml blind the eye of a midge." "Well, in troth, yourho-Hneas,- " sav a Father Tom, "I knew there wnann use'inaxinp, only I didn't know Imw else In exnueee the liberty I tuck," pays he. "uv brincinc a raall taate." says Ko. "mr the rale attiff." saya he. hatilinc out an hnperi'l quart bottle from hia coat pock-c- t, "that nlver see the face ofapuager," setting it down on the tabic forntnst the Pope, "and if you jlst thry the full uv a thimble uv it and if it doesn't rife the cockles of your IlolineeV heart why then mv name." ays he, "in't Tom Maeuire," and with that he onta wid the cork." Gil. O II. and Dick Dnlyns, Mpsts. I K Wal-leJ. II. HtiRelr, I). F. Phllllns and your scribe were thero and two tnlnslrelx caroe and flagelet and they by witR played "Up with the Uonnets of Ilonn'e Dundee" and then refreshed, then "Charlie Over the Water" more refreshmenta more music more refreshments, Ac, Ac. bag-pipe IVewItt, Wllburn, Tetrey, Adam, Jr., 1888; sk: 70 acres 13 knob Und St 70 for SO 18:2; acres knob land J2 for SOLE AGENTS FOR- - 3.1 .terra knob Und S3 75 lor ItJSt. 1SS2 and 1881, (Iranvllle. !0 aeres knob land $1 45 for Uogcrs. South-Bon- d Singleton, Mrs. Jcnlcy, Shelly, Nelion, Sowder, nnu IBM; 40 acres knob for ISM, 18S2nud 1S83. land SI 40 and Hamilton Plows, Sole 107 acres knob laud (2 80 fur 1883; JameT., 4J acre) knob land SJ. lor 1884 and 1881; Smith, i:iliabetb, 9) arret knob laud SI 80 for 16S2 Agents for Furst & Bradlo's Sulky , and Turning Plows, Tlnilcy. llcuuctt A, 4J acres knob land Si 70 for Tbomss, I'restoa. 4 acres knob land SI 30 (or 1883: ToJd, Andrew, 50 acre knblnd tl U) for 1833; I'ptLetrove l'ulina.7w,acrei kcob land 5U cents Kir ity.; Vaudcrpool. Stephen fur ltsS3; Wraber, Wm. II I8bl: 37 acres knob lani SI 85 40 for RSdmg and "Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn IMJ; Wbeeldon, Win's, hcl t Warren, lletecca, GVcs, l'rniifl;M 18-- 138 acres knob land P0 acres knob ti 10 Planter and Thomas Harrows ,, laud II. for 63 acres knob land SI for 183:. for 1831. SI 40 lor r, Adam. Oeo'ge, CJ acres kuobland '81 and '8.1; 2 IIL4CKS IN llOdK.NO. 3. , ti 11 CI and 'S8. Any of the foregoing earned tax inyers can pre- u me and vent a sain of the property by ullln uuo ami tnecost oi levy ana ad Iiai lug ertl.llii. X. JIKSEifKK. iUt.f id, April 21. clierltr Llorola Couuty. ine-taxe- atrcs knob land Also Agents for Wnlter A. Wood Harvesting ' J, Jlachincs; Alala AT B33B ROCK Mk PRICES. Zx Stanford. Ky., ? April 22, 1884 FIRST LOVE OF A WARRIOR I Held, U. 11I11I0P, It. Cobb, Levi Hubble. The Beautiful Girl Who Captured General II Iggln. Kelly, They met one day, the self same way, r. ). Hhodra, Hancock's Htart. II (J. A J K.Uorer. W. C. MiCoriuais, When ten swift years had Mown; t I. Carter M. II I.jrtle The name of the gallant eoldier, General He said, I've nothing but my heart, T. .1. Hill, J. W. Wfuilifil.rd, WinGelii Scott Hancock, is familiar to mil-lio- n Hut that is yours alone. C Vanoj, Win. Ilurlon, J, A Harris, J. M. Murphy, And wout you take my heart" he said, of AmeticiDP. But few know of the r W Carter, J. M Hill, NEW UNITED MONSTER- And called her by her name, Kd I irter, J II McAlisler many great hardships which he labored She blushed and said, "No, thank you, Tom," T J Foster. J. D .loneo, before attaining hi present honoraunJer T M White, J tj Montgomery Hut took It all the sime. II I Mariutu, Mrs. J J. Moberly flnelniinrtol Normsn Malllon, will make tha ble position. He wa born in Montijomery And twenty, thirty, forty years in: lrl iThe of I ill at the sUI lerf .1 M, Wray, at "Pink 14, lS'Ji His oounty, Penn , I', miles from Stanford. Hare brought tbcui care and Joy, farm father wa the owner of a She has the little peg top top still, S15 SEASON, lie gato her when a boy. there. Unlike most farmers, Mr. Hancock OnlMro ixsi'aaf a colt "1're had no wealth, sweet wife." said he, made up hii mind to give his non all the "Pre Deter brought you fame." gray, hands high, weigh, benefits of a good education. At the age She whispered, "No, no, thank you, Tom, l.fiOO pounds snd Is i yeara old the 2!)lh of ar of six year he wa- - petit lo an academy for You're lored me all the samel" peal He Is of fins style and action, guol In the loins, we rlbbeil and large lly, with welUhap- E. H. BURNSIDE, young gentlemen in the neighborhood. He .. M tllA,ll.ll. ha., I "-.! " m.V w.ll .. . tie -: 'e Take it All Back. "r lniporu.1 by (I T'4 Ilubblfleld hi "Ti tiu llloomlng. W. remained there until he was 16 years of age. Just now some of our esteemed contemWoll - Known ton, III., rVpteraberU, atISSi. strut plsre our Ana This Old Hia pircnta wished then to place him at We will alto stand tie poraries are making a great deal of noise work in a large wholesale dry goods house Hotol Still Maintains its uung Jaik because of Gov. Knotty frequent exercise High Boputation, He bad different views in Philadelphia. BOSTON! for hiwelf, however, and asked that he of the pardoning prerogative, when in all AND iuiijht go to West Point to study for the probability the Governor is doinn juot what 'AlSIOforaMVINU his censurera would do if they were in his Iti Proprietor ii Determined that array. Ctll.T Ikuiuiu Is a it Shall be Second to no Country Mr. Hancock placed no obstacles in the place. Gov. Knott has issued compara black, l' Hotel in tho State in iti Fare, hsDdsbUb, wasJoil. way of his son. He wa admitted lo "Weat tively lew pardons, and an investigation id tiar ID, and AttenAppointment!, or It ny "Wetl End, Point in 1840. He devoted himself entire- would douhtlea show that in every case tion to Comfort of lit 1,V l r.l... I., a ly to hia books and was thus enabled to where executive clemency has been shown their Gueiti. dam' r Jim Porter first i lam Mini Ply, a h end Warrior Jsck graduate after four Tears with a Lieuten- by him the grounds were amply sufficient ,t-i n. ant' commission. He returned to his to justify his action. Among others we noIlsticats wlllbe coatejed to and from t he if free of rharsjs. Special acromiuoJitl father home, but he was of a too active tice that our able and esteemed contempo rillll'shMlMAI. to Commercial Trarfler. The llarnlll atnajt (applied with the choicest temperament to remain long inactive. With rary, the iNTEiuon Journal, taking the brands or Llqaors and CUar. AM U. OaDKTT. 1. w IS9ITN a party of armed men he xtarted out to ex cue of Letcher Miller (colored), of this BUHDBTT & HUOWN, plore the great West. Their first Mopping city, as a text, delivers a severe criticism Trade M.sk. HKHWI.V.SNl'KCl l'H Deep Sea ATX'OUNl3VH X.-place was St. Louis, where they remained upon the Governor. Now if theJouitNAL Mastodon iTIie (Jrrnt English Remedy, ! MT. VCKNUN, KV. Museum Oen. Hancock at the time made it a had been acquainted with all the facts in W Is a txHtlfe cure for Weak Memopractice to take a ride on horseback every this cae, we feel confident that no such ALEX, ANDEltUON. ayTlio Largest, moat Complete nntl Heat Equipped Convocation of Zoory. LofM of Hraln l'oer, Nrrrous --VTTO UIV 13 Y morning. A.T" L.A. W, Wrsknrw, Kibaustlon, rWtnltul criticism would have appeured in its coland general New Features in the World. logical, Ornithological, Arenic liuoteiicy anJ (icnrral loss nf UANVILLK, KV., While taking his usual daily constituumns. At the last September term of the l'owrrol the (ienrtatlie Orirans; Will practice In the Courts of IloyU sod adjolnlni a n.l all i!lftftM that f.tlUtar tional through the streets of St. Louis ear- Madison Circuit court, Letcher Miller was oouotles and In tho Court of Apprals, Will Exhmiit Bsfo'S IsVlng. ijufnco ot youthful Imprudroc oi ly one morning, hi attention was attracted fined $25 each in twenty caesfor violating ot maliirrtl years, such TtsJrMsrlf. the eicru as I nlTrrsal ljmltude, Pain lo the J. ii by the sight of a handsome young lady the local option laws of Richmond. Mild bacK, Plianns of Vlsluti, haw. Co jr. And Msiifr lore niliii)iir II. 4W KsKV and many otter standing in the window of one of the most ler is a poor man with a large family de Ae. Circuit thit Ictd to Inwultr r Con(cm. (st.sWSt D Wl.l practlr In the ltnrkrMtl Courts fashionable houses in the city. Up to this pendent upon him for support. He had no Z. sumption In all casraoi rVmaltt Co!.. l acta like a Wtainr the nuu.msisiiT I'tare la jlij notwithlime he had remained heart-wholmoney to pay his fines, and to have used rtisrm rMtorln Iom or fsdinj six-o- r, ciTliiar to the elf a hrllliant standing that numerous young society the other alternative and put him in jail, LEE K. UUPFMAN. , to Iheibrck and spirklintf'ln-autjrt were only too eager to become Mrs. would have been a losing business to the the nsy wouotu or urann. After Taking. e. i ni Main MtTMerwIn's'-peilB- c 1J I'T all Ir iitists at ' OB( fouth side ..r.iiiii, Htrret. tva dsnr. .)... Htncock. But the lovely countentnee at Commonwealth, and would have left his or til parkaiet fr kS Alu Lr i the Miers Hotel. II ier Mikse. . the window gave him his first 1'ureMtrous Oilde Oas adwtntstereJ wheti family in a destitute and helpless condi- wail, postage free, on reieipl nfpriie quire--i. srhull pirtlculsrs isi twimphlet. which will N Almost involuntary he stopped his charger tion. Recognizing these facts, a great mi- led free to eiery applicant. AddreM all in si atlosis to the l uitnufac lurt. and deffid his hat. The young lady blushed jority of our beet citizens, including the Ull. W II PENNY. JlVltll.l V JthlHl'IXKt Itjr, Mo. in , Im( . ilivinely, waved one tair hand toward him Board of Trustees and other town officers, Kansas HTANHiKD. KV KM In Marl.rd t.f Peony A M'AIiiIiT sih nil in token of farewell and then let the win- while not excusing or countenancing his r, (19 nrr K ,'! I.ril 't ti ore Dm e j,ir 71 Druists errybere dow curtains fall. He rode toward his ho- crime, signed his petition to the Governor from MolU u an t to 5 p m AHesthetiit si , minisierol w ien nnetsur IM tel blushing like a school boy thrilled with for a temission of the penalty. This i!ti i a new and sweet, sensation. After return- tion was placed in the hands of Senator fjrnlt e and re e o A PRI7P ing to his hotel he became so abstracted John Bennett, who, together with Repreiiit.i lwi of ruttstrrs Thlrof tmlttr h.irsn than in I more fsorjrn - i,i iirii an, ui rimer puj, t) nitre t,f,t whl ,t ael tutBv tn I strn as to excite the attention of his comrades. sentative James R Burnaui, interceded To which have beeu ridded this year more than One Thousand New Features nl rt-- t sny oltirr than anything Im in this world 1 n ' In Krtit ukr will imlr Hip awtil the workers alxwlutelf sure At , a The vision of a fair young girl standing at with the Governor in Miller's behalf. At tour mllrs wnI ofHtsnlulil. illrsrtljr on the Knob dresTat found with no other Show traveling, at n cost exceeding a Half Mili,lto, Augusts, Maine l.kk ('tic unit will I iruilltrl .. trrsc iuiih th window kept continually in his mind. first Governor Knott positively refused to lion Dollars. The uew additions embrace the rarest aniit thr ilrriiifljr low prictof f.'o lliirssin sir ISO He could not resist the temptation to go interfere, and it was not until Miller made tnlnsiir? I'srllni! with Itip aisrr farfvlis lb WmcHT s Indian Vecetable Pills mate uud inanimate biped and quadrupetl wonders t l.rcr-lr- r nJ Ilolss.i uir again and take a look at the house where a personal appeal to him and urged his povto bo found under the sun. foil itrllcr ,. t,rtts (urslshnl i 12 fr wor.th run Tim Hiif mr tkrn to irsrni rIJfDt or twir. hi divinity live J. As he reached the place erty and the destitute condition of his wife nv rfrr Iiul wl'l nut l rMmlMrshiiiili she was just leaving the house on the arm and children in case he were taken away The Largest and Only Living White Nile Hippopotimuses Ever Ilkx ami 1's.lio.MkK - Nl.l.tiJ Is Jt Mick, with nl til stsr sUil tw j H, ftvi, 6 kswls of a tall, handsome, gentle- from them, as reasons why mercy should Seen in Captivity! Inch high, hnr Misno sail (ill. g xl baj bmulHul tiA ml nrrk, rirllnl thoulilsr, bsck And alf Bilious Complaints man. The young lady apparently recog-niie- d be shown, that the Governor finally consn,l loin sn.l ft .lllr In Tho euigma of scientists and the greatest of KUStsnlrt-tlir- r In (sitilorsn't llsr s sjiuttirtrjr mwm "III Bale to Ukr him, for many blushes chased one sented to remit GO per cent, or the State's Huge, Shambling River Horses. of stailton In AU llrnirltt.. a Intttrr llsHMlllen soil (UnlltUs h sIihosI j amphibious animals claimed by many zoographers to he the identical another in rapid succession over her fair part of f the fines. The fines in InTsrlal.lr luipsrts tohli prmj As snrfl.Uur ! :: in a manner showing thst be will ,nlucs vitj (tti liuiws whrn I C3rof Holy Writ, spoken of by Job in - DFt- - "X7Wt-tGl?- & countenance. With her companion she en the twenty cases amount to 500; costs, Is th Isrt of his rry that even in the early agea of man they w ere looked uj.jn with awe uud on ! tusrrs hsm nolhln(tint w WsllsmUm I tered a handsome carriage standing in front $111, making a total of $041. Sixty per ErtJiisn sixTllMt Kills lut Mr torrrommrm! tlirni This of ilMll It loncluslt reverence. of the house and was rapidly driven away. cent, of f the fines is $150, which th sml mnirt Irom thr sir, noiurof I'tool thst ttiPMililMt-Mooiir- J tnatra In thtltn.l hirt rrilur-p- l The brilliant young officer determined at ueaucteu irom trie total amount ot noes Highly-Traine- d I Ivjulsrlllr, Kr .Cincinnati, 0, and Indlantillt (tit rolls I. jr hlni Mr AIpx Johnson ssjs all hazards not to let thi-- opportunity of and costs leaves a balance of $491, besides htndlfj inoirof Nolij'oiluthsn snjr man. Ind .dealers In Htelnwtf A foni, Detker llrot." hffr tbi-are all last ' Mr Wm. IXlil sass "no Ilalnea', J. A ( Mather, Vine A Sons'. lit 1,1 In A ami ! finding out who she was pass. He hailed interest, to be paid by Miller. Of this Coltue, I'lano ltlfr rot lslrs llir." Mr runloni has oo with Co tthe Kutr.IprUht ami and llamlluin l)mn. ml nhonlneer a cab and giving the driver a handsome amount Miller paid $333, and has yet to IlltlrlianJIIna tbstlt trottlnx hit inlk In i Instruments suld at prlcx and leruit to suit p and HJt "noltttr closiof li.irjftctn I foutxl OF A "up," directed him to keep the carriage in pay $158 with interest; so it appears after Mr K. I Sunf ssjs no rot I is too Ion lor tnr chasers. Don't jour ordeis till ou (el our f ibmi.iii'lrYrry oo tllrr " Warrrn Ituswl's I'flmt in sight. Who cm describe his feelinga all that his punisnment is made but little Captured during the winter just passed in the Mimosa Forests of Senengam- - Nol.tij- mailc a rroonl ola 7 Itt ami was mM to W C piirr.tuai.rmi bia. An when after an hour's ride he saw the car- lighter by the Governor' Kalr, Clrlaml, Ohio, lor l.Cs3. If nfcAMtri-coulremission. We luuuilrs of tmtlruonlals from the brat riage containing his charmer draw up at think the reasons for Governor Knott's aclion iiipii of our f unlry comnii:,llnir Nolibjr to 2 the fiTurable consultation of all losrrt of K1 the door of one of his old army comrades. tion in Miller's caie are good and sufficient Ktamlna hortrt. hut will let the tlniso tulllr In a moment his mind was made up. He and are perfectly well known to the poople An animal never before exhibited in America. Elks driven tandem in the tbe horse, and If jrou arllsne) toglrr hint your pstronije I wl'l ifutrtntr s aluererrlsp,! fur your . dismissed the cab and walked slowly in the of Richmond. streets; performing Arabian Dromedaries. Zebras traiued to pertorm ino Register. Nolibjr It brOsrranl Chief, lie Ly lUODfj-Chief. bilir Meinhrlno rajmttter. he bf Rhinoceros. Lapland Hur direction of the house. He knocked for credible feats. pBriorming rive-ToMsrubrlno, ha by Imp Mewrner. (larrard Chiefs Wanted to be Kicked admission and was at once ushered in by dle Racing Reindeer, Giraffes drawing Roman Chariots, n Gi- dtiii, iKillia I'lion, It frank K ilam I j Aratut, TlOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R CT, I f h' e d.mi Vif lltniMewnUn "Yas, yas," smiled the old countryman, . t . X ilant by " " his friend in person. gantean Riding Cyuocpphalus, performing Den of Hyenas, 1' . It. Nobbr'a dam a thoroiiib',rr,l nure foriutr-l- r THKCRCAT ownnl by (l. V Uoblnson, of (iarrard count r, a School of Learned Seals, Den of Performing Tigers, With many blushes and hesitancy he as he stood talking to a city chap, who m-trt. it. i iioti: Lions and Leopards. The Mouster Performing made known the whole affair to him and ssemed to know him, "thar's a heap o' Elephant, begged to be introduced to the young lady. tricks played on the kentrymen; they gits Abdallah'-SIossoiisforHis friend laughingly complied with his sucked in lots 'o times. But I kinder filler ! thet the sharper what tries to draw wool request and lead him into the parlor, where Skover my erea'll sit lef purty bid." the lady and gentleman were alieidy "I'll het you are a good one," arswered He iutioduced Miss Mary Russell and jsWwwaaas M H the stranger, patronizingly. can tell a Who carried upon hii back & Band of Twentv Musicians with as much ease the gentleman with her as one as an ordinary horse bears an empty saddle. Tho weight of this when he's green." of the merchant princes of St. Louis, lit man gigantic brute exceeds Ten Tons. The rustic punched him in the side and leaving the house tbttalternoon he ha J ,fore pulling down bis eye, laughed: received a cordial invitation from Mr. Kus; Itt-! btf sttliliin, foile. IS 4, I rr I l,y ( lisrlcs "D'ye see any green there?" Ilunn, Hlantnrd, Ky , t.rrl ly n.ir I iif . sill to visit his house. He availed himslrecf.Mar.d Mmvns; r. 'corl . 20, Marrel, Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled "Not a hit of it," merrily replied the othold, ritord, J rerjrl Ous, self of the invitation and tbeieef.er became "'t the smallest Elephant ever seen, JtaJT'Droves of Elephants in harness Dim liett on neaTv trA"K ,MipI At'lallah. i yearer; then in an advising tone he continued: Ttirice a constant caller SHORTEST AH0 QUICKEST ROUTE old, trial i W and droves of Performing Elephants; MazCorllerart i: fait a' sun other promising one. R')M I H HLKT 'Tile young lady Appeared to ,'I've seen more of the world than you have The Hweet-face- d KlrMiUm visie by rtenilnel. re ord 2 ami would lue to pay that tie most importhe sin of oji Arnliii. .' I ' . to), I to ( mini l ,re be as deeply in love with the young sol- aid 01 'JLcn ti Klllwmlor IIu.Om), Annette, 2JI', I A . ;, her; and six months af- tant action is concealing the money." dier as he was with YnunitKrlitinel, V'W. Mlitnon, J.J7V,, Vlralidlere, ! ' Oil, I've got that down fine," broke in ('t)ul, 2 ?s, (Irand sentinel 1 ivxt; rd'iitl-ni ',,full ter their romantic acquaintance was formt Voluiitw-r- , it brother tbntlreofM PlillM'.N CURS S,l III i ,M Chan h.i Mrij.t ed they wete happily nidrried. The lady the countryman, pointing to his left sleeve, .' II', (ilMler, 2 17, Alloy, t In, Upline, Thirty Arabian Camels nuunted by native Mohameduns; I I'l . H n,, Mnfit k n e fci.-- i lb V .'(rj, ' d'ye cee that 'ar little hump? Well, lhar's UrlTer'J 19, Hunter. Amy, 2 20 J ' I N.U Itir in HO f. ll't'lis has proved hernelf a devoted wiff. They and a srore more In IU 2 .1') tints KoridiUin. Kltly ItifHr , Ihn dam ol llertlo hai iffu c. il'lren, a boy ami girl The boy, tiecish, inside 'a the Hniii' and nobody r BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA old n ird I On, reistrl i 7. tak.) it out 'thout me knowin' it." now a luiu '6.i years old, in a planter in can tlieuriin Uui or Maud Mettvnuer. 1 i". hr A)i. In ,ir w iti ui i i i ,( ilallih, thHtlrnurOulilsinlth Maid, 2 II, ltrmlqil, A few moments after they parted, the MieMmippi, but toe fondly-lovedaughter marvelous, curious aud wonderful Equestrian, Gymnic and Acro- i 2I'4, rhorninlc, 2 !K' Alniout, Abdallali I'llut In their S II ORT UK E TO THE EAST died in 1S75, in this city, at the age of 20 countryunn going into a clothing store to batic Feats; Troups of Contortionists, Wrestlers, Rjller Skaters, Club Swing-era- , Ac, Ac t ii I. ,.iii ille in 1'iUi' sr- - ,il ii ft. do some buying. He had made his Ihlrililam by lied (lre of tblam ol e N Y. Journal. years n Unicyclists, Tricyclista, Ac, Trapeze Performers, Kontirky H'IIIm,.1 21 and the Kraulamnl mSi, -- Eriul Bicyclists, Hit and was waiting for the hill, when 1 K'jR'id ltel Wilkes. tln nl I'lillllioiup.nii. . .' iv, Jugglers, Autipodeanista aud Globestriuns. JCsrEwerb' Australian All-Sta- r yiar-olAfter all Mr. Wttterron is right. If the one of record . I 21) b) Comet, by Shernuii the salesmen approached him and l lllai the tire Circus, with many new and strange feature! peculiar to the country from Kthin Allen ol Vrm nt otherk Hik, the J s nl democracy is not pledged l tarill' reform it so": nnd many Irotteri. Ito.1 , f. which it derives its name. OarRoyal Jupancso Circus, under tho immediate el'silaiii uastirHl I,) ,i liilf brother to lllack Hjh k is pledged to nothing; if it rqiuiJUtM a "Cin't I sell you a nice coal?' Air and comprising Troupes of Bim-bo- o Sentinel and Alander' thn l.illali are both byI tho Mikado only it repudiafs its own "Not me," aimwered the farmer; "I've supervision Itfadyk'a Ilsiiiblelonlan, Krandilro of Man 3 lo;4, Hi Jnllen, 2 II',, Balancers, Sword Walkers nud Equilibrists. No extra clmrgo for seeing H 2 10', utterance and i left without a platform got a plenty of them fixins'." r Ac , and Is the sire nfDciler, t 17',. Nettle, 2 18, "But I eee the sleeve of the one you have all tbe Circuses. Oranite Olrl. 2 20. (leonrn Wilkm. t 22 and thirty and without a gre.it principle diatinctive others, with records of 2 lOnnd better. Messenirer has been torn or cut, and, if you wish, Amonc our mauy brilliant Star Artists aro to bo found the world-famou- s from rcpublicini'ui, Low tariff h4 heen on cniei was tirwi ny AMallali Pilot, slreiif i'lilanl. T ...' !T f one of the ladies will mend it for you " names of MADAME DOCJJRILL, the most fearless and dashing Equestri-enu- e ' It', Hl Jim, a year-ol- d record, 2 S, 1st. limit JjOUlS VlliB. N 6aT hfl.t1 V tV. reiterated in a cirdinal tenet iterated and Wiih a ghastly look the farmer jerked (.eorus 11. Tlimuss. tire of o, MISS EMMA LA"Ks tho Queen of the n fccott Tliomis, 2 Jl, by M.iinbrlrio Mesienuer.slro in the world. of democracy until it is no regarded by the ofHii? coit and viewed the wrecked aleeve. . ,'1, aim Mr. ROBERT STrUJgNEV, of Lcwinskl, 2 2l'i Hecoiil dam by Mambrlnu Then turning to the olerk he said, sor- lady whose name is synonymous with success. people. To call a halt now is hazardous. 2 13',, Wocilfonl Clilel.alre ol Lady Thorn. tho world's acknowledged champion bareback ritler, general athlete mid tho 2 21!,,, Maiiibrinu I'atcheu aud others, To retreat is ruinous. Mr. Vfatteison may rowfully; Third dam by Imp N.ipolron ami Knllsli Hun"Miiter, kin yet tell me whar I kin git a universal genius of the Arena. MISS JENNIE EWERS, a most intrepid THE O.VyV LINE ItUNNINd ter, Ac. llreiilers wlllobiurro that AUIallah heen a little previous in his merciless rale sto'it man to havo kick a dinged fool out'n horsewoman. Is nearly full brother to Maud Meisenuor, Mr. CHARLES EWERS, tho celebrated hurdle equestrian Cars! castration of Mr. JJindall, hut his position town?" Atlanta Constitution 2 20, that sold for f J.000 Austra- fall; they have for (1,000 and Kran lam; bis damfast and marvelous master of the horse, with his entire world-renown- ed same slro and Is is nevertheless the correct one. If RanAND BOMD THAINH A pension hill designed to piovide for lian Circus Celebrities and u host of others, whoso names would fill this entiro better bred than Maud's dsm He Is a sure foal dall aud bis crowd are not for us they are every man Ho Hotter and a horse of fine stylo and carriage, who nerved in tho Union army page, the whole forming an unequalled stellar collection. ttlll Mads the season of 1831 at Charles Dunn's LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO against ub and their actions conclusively durinj tbe 'IV, miles from Htnnford, on I'usli llranch pike, at late war, a pension of $8 a demonstrate them cot in accord with the month, is 82.V1U IXSI'ltt: A 1,1 VIMJ 11)1,1 PAGS-EAMTopposed by a maioritv of thn ners ifiPfUlJ,0Jclt::! 11. II. from the great mas.s of the democracy. Glasgow New England of J., A N. arrlra In Loulsrllls posts, Grand Armv of the Alt') will stand a In time to take the evening train of tho "Monon Glorious, Conglutinaut Convocation of Nations ! RaTSix Bands of Music, Times. A Konte" and go through to Republic, and justly. Good foldiers OrcencaBtlp, CrawfoidBTllle, I.arnyette A funny incident occurred in a house of everywhere will oppose tho bill. This 1UU Cages ot ltare wiiu Animais iuu; uuoiuen s,nanou zv; w upen uens of Wild Animals 10; the wonderful Polyphanoua Polyphcmnia, or Great nnd Chicago without change. worship in Nehraska City the other Sunday. putting a price of dollars and cents J. M Hall says lis bouzht on Steam Orchestrion; 100 Cisalpino Choristers and Clavichord Performers 100. $7TOINNUItK.neighborhood where he made a TIME TAIII.E A zealous pillar of the church was leading some mill"! In the would bs a disgrace to our better season nnd tney were onei and no has the STATIONS. Dally. I Dally" the singing, and in an effort to catch a very natures, and to the country. Mayaville A Dazzling, Gorgeous, Glittering and Exceedingly Beautiful repiilatlou of beln i a gA breler. .. high note with proper eiTect his false teetb (Ky.) Republican. WA Address a. ImiI.bIIU II'. O. IH'.XX. i si p ui1 B oo am "'" Htanford, Ky. Arr. ( reencastle.. flew out of his mouth. Of course there i oi . , a 01 pm SiqiitI We exhibit everything wo bill. We keep every promise wo make. 2 05 am 3 04 pm rwfo.;il"ll' was a general titter on the part of the I Smart Weed and Belladonna combined We advertise our day and duto. aud keep it. Ono ticket admits to all of our s "' I'" rnd the minister, unable to con- with the " Chicago 7 80 ni 8 W p m other ingredients used in the best United Shows. Two Grands Exhibitions Daily. Excursion tickets at re- lly Metsengor Chief; dam by Alcalde, (sire by Ily-latrol his risibilities, said: "Well, let's all 21; KoUuia,2 ISil at Uar, 30, Ac, The all direct In Wisconsin, Mlnneaota. Iowa laugh." And they did. They roared. porous plasters make Carter's S. W. & B. duced rates on all roads to boo tho Big 8how. Como early and stay lato. will 2mako the season of2: Fancy Mr. LeeU Vesper's) cars, tomost point; route, with only one thangeof Room enough for all. LinBickscbe Plasters the best in the market. Bring your family and invito your neighbors. And then they finished the hymn, "Prorldcnco Neighborhood," Danville, Ky., at Nebraska, Ac- - for further lufonuatlon. addreaa MUHHAY KELLEIt, U. P. A $10 To IiiMiiro. '. (J, It. coln (Neb ) Democrat. Price 25 cent a ,2- Will also exhibit at Campbellsvillo on Friday, May 2d, -- J . 2it-t- l LoulsTilla, Kj No, Thank You, Tom. They met when thejr were gfrt nnd boy, Going lo school one day And "Won't you tale my lf tei, dear?" Was nit that he could lay. She bit her little plus fore, Close to his side the came, Sho whispered "No, no, thsnk you, Tom," Hut took It all t ho same. The Acknowedged Largest Show now Traveling ! GHAMPO This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and lo trripaston our lands without Ion, os all audi scu aro llablo to I prot rotted to the full rxlentof the law. rtlanlonl. Kr Much 17th. . 181 .. Hluned 1' ... v. .: I). McKlttrlck. mcioriuacK, mis a v. i. i. A. W Carpenter, It. T. llusb, trams not I iii BARRETT -- & CO.'S F39W9vHH(jlHr THE 1 well-payin- g RAILROAD SHOWS MYERS HOTEL, AT STANFORD. KY. Propr and -'- iU,.f iain-mot- ir,i ivakki'iki Aquarium and Circus, Menagerie, of Inventions World's IWI ',iW 134-I- IA.V mnt BHF EBW'ftW X' I'rema-t.irrOl- pw nan. AttornyAt sJourt-ilosts- e. ON THURSDAY, ,. heart-flutter- MAY 1ST, 884. r- ) ram-luun- ii ,JOO-ly- $s& Illt 1 Many Enormous Shows United in One! NOBBY! ! i. rirt-IUn- lr r stsl-lio- ll atr slrenit r4, bii-IIi- gray-whisker- 1 I. LIVER -- h It-i- s one-hal- lok rrul I one-hal- s A Troupe of oughbred IFor.se.s Kcntuvky Thor- 1. II. ISaldwiu jlr A Co., DROVE MAJESTIC GIRAFFES, !, J r- -I - Batoiroussa Mriu-hrin- n " - m Through Trunk Line s2S JOLJ .Jrxr - JZLj K3 I her-fathe- 'I MITE Mi-s- rr -- JJeiis juivmg wnu ..!) if a is iPpeit m -- '. the Streets SOUTH & WEST l''rf '. j V.1 el 1 1 Ju-lia- ISO BsilHaut tonic Staxst S In-dia- li-a- i i Ja'-ket- , pur-cha- d Mor-iih- LfPi.WWTS.'r "'in T k- - "HmNOTS KOUTJB. Sido-Saddl- ' Mam-brln- o, p fllris wiaiuau iivaiivvy. Pulucc .'ll Al Mes-sng- e' Pullman OUR GRAMD STREET T 31 MUIjIB iji JACK """". as I I n, MESSENGER PRINCE, ht'j'' " s,