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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884042501 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi "Wtmm jttfeftif mtfn$l4k VOLUME Scini-88lcchln X.-NU- MBER 510. INMEMORIAM, STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1884 toe NEW SERIES-NUMBE- R 244 l The Penitent Old Negro. The proprietors of the I'aplllon Medicine Inform During the overflow, just as the water us that they Jo not lay one tent's worth of drugs Alltn, or cbtmlcalt. I'aplllon, tho bails of all their com- was creeping up into the loft of a cabin, an At K. M. 1., Farmdale, on the morning old negro man, dropped on his knets, clasp- poal tioni, Is made from vegetable matter grown t y nearly vrery runner. For tale by Mcltobcrta A W. V. WALTON. of the 1 I'll lust, as the light cpread over ed hi hands and pryed: bias. valley, little I.ollie Allen hill top and "Oh, Liwd, I'd jes like ter know what I'aplllon fakU Cure will remove Dandruff, euro Jh'rldtiv, opened lif r sweet eye upon an eternal day. I'se ebcr done todeaarbe all dls hear pun- Ilarliera' Itch, Inordinate Itching, &baccous I'ubltuhrit Tuemtav Illotches, Maggot Plmpha, Urog Dloiaoma, The long hour of the iiiht passed away ishment. Lawd, ef yar servant hab eber 0'J.OO X33Il .VIVNXJai and the auflVring child parted with them tuck nolhin' what didn't 'long ter him, an1 Carbuncles and Holla. It nerer falla. Korialeat forget the acenca in he' afraid dat he hab, he's mighty sorry McltoberU A Htagg'a. TThin pld strictly Id advance;. If we hue to forever. I ehll not that death chiiiW, a hour after hour for hit. Water am all right, Lawd, but If your face, neck and handi are aunburned or watt any time, 03.00 will txt chanted. Cure; It them with I'aplllon Too Too s watched and Injrd and prayed. The too much o' a good thing makes a man Inllamed, bathe nflamatlon Inilantly. Skin aile by will allay the I For mother nnil only daughter, tho idol of Blagg. McRoberli.t powerful sick." CRAB ORCHARD, LlHCOLN C0UNT1, father and brother ar.d couiin, the loved Just then Col. Milridge, who owned the For troods at very low jiriceri call at of all lay quietly breathing away her pure plantation, came In a boat, and hearing LANCAHTEH adtkutiskmksts. W. M. Howard. beautiful lif of twelve short veara near the old negro, climbed noielely on to Ihe Those having too few are especially invited to tho Great Bargain Store, where H. P. WAIiTEK Itorn on the lHtli Inst, to tho wife of her the Rtricken mother ministering In roof. ono dollar will go as far as two elsewhere I 33 IN 'X' j. es Kid. J. O. Livingston, a lny. many way that love dictate, speaking of "Lawd, I'se tried ter be hone' LANCAbTER, KY. in every particular and warranted as represented, goods are first-cla- ss (lo to K W. Jones' for tlriijrf, palnla, Jesu and heaven and hunureii 01 luiif. "Didn't you steal Milridge' hogtV" askOffice over CI tlienaNatloual Hank. Office houn Our from 8 to 12 A, M. and from 1 to S r. u. acliool book nnd atatlonary, while lip; the ed the colonel in n deep voice. no matter what you may hoar to tho contrary. All wo ask is for olla, kissing the pale brow and The prwont cool, wet weather haa flher in agony of grief every few moL. V. HUllllLK. S. M. nUBDKTT. "Whut's dat, Lawd?" in tones of agitayou to coino and judge for youaselves. Our nUBllljE At BUKDBTT. greatly retarded corn pUnting in tlii etc ment touching the dear little hand with tion. AT X.A.AV. "You know what I said. Didn't you tion the hope that the precious one would reI.ANCA8TEH, KY. W. M. Howard fll kooI cheaper lor turn to comfort hi heart; kind, sympa steal Milridge's hogr?" Will practkc In Oarrard and adjoining countlea caali than they on be bought at retail in thising friend "Lawd, come ter think er'bout it, bl'ebe and Court nt Appeala. OlSce In the iloblnson block, around, anxlou to aooth 13My tauth Hide Public Square. the city. and help ''Sing some of the sweet song I did sorter take hoh'erone." We are jflad lo retort Mis Mollie that Lollie loved," came from the mothers "Old man, there i no use in lying to For Men and Boys has commenced to come in and it ia certainly elegaat IB-Urooka aa improving after a long and tedl II and 'I-a- d Me Gently" waa sune with me. I have been watching you for a long p, Biyiu, wurKimwBiiiii uuu uuiin, huu iiiu prices are very low. oun illncM. angelic sweetnes that must have delighted time, and I have decided to punish you Mr J. H. Hutching" rul Mis Mattie the heavenly bands, waiting to bear the according lo crime." Kf ana hav return! home after a ple.vant child' pure spirit up. Heaven wa not "Oh, Lawd, ef yer'll jea' let me off dis vinitto relatirea in Danville. In this Department we can beat the world. Another invoice of GenU'Fin far nil and the "Anointed," the Holy One, lime, I neber will do nolhin1 eUe ter 'ierb And' King fold to W K. Dilllon one t he Savior w near. It came to pasa that punishment. I 'knowledge dat I'se de Newer styles and a great 'deal better Stiff Fur Hpte just opened yoke of work cattle for $100. Jatue Chad-wic- "death is swallowed up in victory," for the biggea' thief in de community, an yer ear-vthan tho first lot at 81, $1 23, 81 50 and 81 75, worth 82, 82 50, $3amd eold to J. II. Stephens a youoR bar loving gentle child, the delight ol the home 83 50 in any regular House. We will have Buys' Wool Hats from 10 cte.. crabe pardon."" horae for $100. up and Men's irom 30 cents. Can give you a saving of at least 100 per neM The colonel began to laugh and the old circle, the father' darling, the mother's cent, on Hats. J. F KtnxIeeolJ to J. Otlenheimer hi most prfcinu treamire, the deeply loved of man catching sight of him, said: houae and lot in tnwn for $1,360; poewion "I see yer up dar, colonel. I knowe'd II, wa gently led within the shining jior-Riven May 5th. Mr, Otlenheiiner ha lak -to be fotcver with the God she loyed. it will yerge'f all de time. I never stold no option n land I en good many eixty-daThe aspiration from her i hard. The hog nor rfuflin' else," climbing out on the in thia ricinity and propoeea to bring p ur- - tear- - tlw and the heart I Wo now have quito a nice line of several popular brands of Custom-Mad- e d, hut we know roof. "Hies de Lawd, colonel, yer boat chajiera for aame Immediately. Shoes for Ladies, Meu and Children. Tho prices speak for themselves; am floating erway. Ub, huh. Dat's whut's Lollie i happy, happy forever. that We are exceedinglr aorry to note that Look at our SI Shoe for Ladies and also for men. Patent buttons put on-al-l Out of a lainl In whoM itiwtia yer git fur tryin' ter ack de Lawd." buttoned Shoes bought of us tree of charge and warranted never A. M Kjlxjrt, a papular compounder of I'rrlnli anl hill all the ilorr, Traveler. Arkansaw Out of ttie Unit of tinitf off. pi 1, baa thrown up hi position in the Into the rUlen wbern falrrit Scene a streetcar In a Btiiket-Cadrug store of J. 11 Utile, a be in likely to To Their Stock ot nJ iweetest and rret, Of floweret in Pittsburg, Pa. Enter two young ladies, leave u noon, probably on another proa T. Neer aUall witter who look at one another, out of the window, Mr lti prcting lour to the liltck Hil' We can now supply you all with this already popular thread at 30 cents per Tribute of Afitction. up at the roof and everywhere but where ley in now nited by Mr. Thompson, a dozen or two spooU for 5 cents. We have an over stock of bright colors Wiiihkas it ha nleisel the Good the conductor putientiy stand wailing hi and are selling it five spools ior 10 cento to close. We also warrant thia pharmacist from Cincinnati haye the Best Stock in Cer And now Siepherd to gather a lamb from our fold fare Conductor "Fare, pleaee!" Out thread equal to any machine thread inado. Mr. Thouiaa C. While, an ul.l uunn Kentucky. They have Parlor tral green pastures of Hi own sinle's come two portemonnai from two alligator of thia vicinity, and a man probably aizly, to th't and Bed Boom 8et, Carpet, A few of Dr. Warner's Celebrated Corsets left, at the unheard of price of 75ei lug. 'I've the change." "B've I." waa arrrvted Upon a warrant charging land Cane and Penitentiary That in the death of Lollie let me." "I can't think of it." "Oh, you AWrerf him with aault and attempting to rape Allen, Stanford Female College ha lost one Chairs, Marble Top, real-l- y ! the wife of John Marshall, who livrs upon of ilia mot beloved member endeared to muat " "No, no, I shan't." "Dut you Centre Stand & Exmust." Conductor "Fare, please!" Two Imnd in all by her genllenee and aflectionate naMr. White' place. WIi'k iriv tension Tables, Wo have just received an elegant line of samples of Body Brussels, Tapestry-anbefore ture" Though one of the youngest of the hand are slowly er'endrd toward him, the autn of for in Woven Wine, Cot-te- n Wool Carpets, thereby giving you a great deal better variety to select adorned with when suddenly one come back with a jerk when (he care will circle, he' chare'er wis the police court ' Top andHair Matfrom, and in a lew days after taking your order can deliver you tho Carmany of the gracra of the true woman. and, "I declare, how provoking! Thai' 10 Mr W.iio tmterly denlc be inveotiicated tresses, Folding Bed Loun21 It i with comfort and joy we pet. Prices of course are low and satisfaction guaranteed. WALL PA " Hacked by a queer the cbargr, she had given her youne life ceil with a hole in it that ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes iER in great variety. a to the service ol God, by uniting with Ihe persimmon smile; the other hand drop ils The bill at the .Spring waa quite and Sofas, and Everything Else and two nickel, while il owner will not look aucceM, The parlor wer filled with the church, after cinfeadon of Hi name Furniture Store. Wo cordially invite you all to call and see us. We consider it a pleasure-tKept in a First-clas- s among Hi chil at the other girl for two blocks and vows you nit. the eny nnd the beautiful Mr J A ilesiring lo be numbered show youarounti, wnetneryou wisn 10 Duy or not. We are here to dren. OrtiiiulHtCil KuK'ir Prices. mentally that she i the meanest, nlingiest stay and will continually have big bargains for you. Halilenun and hi acoompliahed wife re 3d. That we offer lo her allticled family ceivrd the company in a gracious and cour our warmeat sympathy in thi oar common trickiest thing that ever lived and she'll PittsE HI. teoua manner, which alone made you feel bereavement and share with them the never, never speak to her again. and glad hope of a rea welcome guent. The muaic and (lancing sweet consolationthe valley ard Ihe shad-ow- n burg 1eader. union "beyond waa all that could be desired. Hpace for or eighty colonel Of the eeventy-fiv- e rrsolulioh be pubtiahed bid k special mention of the ladie and A. That these ISTEKIOR JoiritNAl. and In Kentucky at the beginning of the late in the Stanford their coatutnea. thousand fire hunCentral MdhodUt and a copv forwarded to war only about three Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. hung for the Col Allen and familv, of K M. I , Farm dred remain. MajaTllle Republican. IfTom Uuford had been If Chittenden dile. Ky Teakiikiw am Puriw, murder of Judge Elliott, The only Una running BucKlm's ArnicaSalre. Stanford Female College had been hung for the murder of a negro, Apl. 21. 188 meJIcal wonder ot the worlJ. War- The itreateat PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0AB8 and Phil Thompeon had been hunR f r Where the God of love Who direct in ranlol lo ipeeJIIjr cura Hunt, Brultee, Cuta, Sores, Cancera, l'ilea. Halt Itheum, Few the murder of Waller Davla, life, penon HI wisdom all thing in heaven and on all and property would b much aafer in Ken earth ha taken frcm our siiterhood, the Cbllhlalni, Corni, Tetter, CbapjeU IlaaJa and Inklneruptlunt, guaranteed to cure la etery tucky. It ia the evasion of justice tbat "Gamma Sigma" Society, the youngest of stance, or moncjr refunded. A poalltve cure lor Courta and mir member, in the bloom and ioy of Pile. 2fc pr box. For ale by Penny A Mc- creates a contempt of law. roaf jurie ahould remember thia in making up bright giilhood, and the firal one who has Alliter. Lontovillc, Cincinnati nnd Lex-liiRto- u, verdict and not lcse light of the law. If been called from our tender bond on earth A Run on a Drug Store, IPHARMACISTS Ky., a Judgeof the Court of Appeala wa mur- to that home where "love immortal reigns," Neier waa such a ruh made for any Drug Store -- DKALK1U IN- aa ti Dow at Penny A McAllsler'a for a trial bottle dered, and a Judge of the Superior Court therefore of Dr. Klng'a New DlKorery for Coniumptlon, in their courts, cowhided for decisions JltMolird, lat That we bow in humble Cougbi and Coldi. All persons affected with AsthDrufea, Books, may we not reasonably expect that judgts sorrow to the atlliction which a kind Father ma, llronchllls, Hoarseness, Ser Coughs or any Connecting In same depot with fast trains for of the Circuit Courts, magistrate and even seta fit to rend upon u, recogniiing His affection of the Throat and I.unii, can Ret a trial Physyclana' preacilptlona aocuratelycompoontlaA 3Nre-all of life's vicisAlso jurymen will be personally called to ac- overruling providence in however myste-- r lHtleofthls(;reat remedy free, by calling at tho situde and persuaded that alae, 51. sbove Itrui Store, l'.erftilar for deciaiona.that may dlsplcaie par-liecount IJEWEIiEKMH ou His dealing with the children of men The Direct Route toLynchburg, Dan ol may Ik he nevertheless "doeth all things to suit? A lax administration "."XJIti Piar" illBt?'laavvl A Blessing to All Mankind. ville, Norfolk, TUB In thene tluioa when our newspapera are flooded of law under the guise of sentimental- well" AND e$olit,l, 21 That in losing dear Lollie wit b paltnt medlclDo advertisements, It lsgrat nnd who Largest Stock of Watches, ity oncoragc viciou lawlessness, we hue a friend, tried and true, a face of fylng to Wnow what to procure that will certainly All Virginia and North Carolina Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware can say to what client it may gi?-I.e- x. Points. smiles that gave us constant joy; a heart cure you. II you are bilious, blood out of orde r l...Ht.i tAtkilamarlrat lr1rft IxWAf Tranncript. that hived u and a sister, whose tender liter liiactlTe, or generally ileMlltated, there Is For tickets and further Information, Bpply to the Ixiweat. Watchw, Clocks and Jewelry K kind word and whose nothing lu tho world that will cure you so nulck-l- y your ncat ticket office, or address sopilions, whose paired on abort notice and Warrant! I'rribably the nnullwt and most unique as Kleclrlc Hitters They are a blesslntf ti pledge of unwavering fidelity, will abide W. V.. AKN'l,n,t W. J. Hkso, pxtcllireln the world I a barrel which in our heart and we shall endeavor to all nianUnd. and ran be had for only fifty cents Ticket and Pass. At;t., Advcrllsli B A st , awing from the outermost rock of the Mko them with u iintamUhed when our oltle at Penny A McAIIstc :iio w 91 nt ii M,,LoulTllle,Ky mountain overhanging the Strait of Mag- time shall come to join her in that home II. W. FULI.EII. C. W. SMITH, Uen'l Pasa'r Ait't. Oon'l Manacer, I'very and in that great sisterhood of the angels, ellan, opposite Terra del Fucgo. eaith-lIlichmand, Vtmlnla. ! of which our would be an imperfect passing ship open it to put letter in or tyi KERlCvij to take limy out. Kvery ship undeitake iwowi, 3d. That we extend to the father, mother, relation and Is a dark malioony bay horse, foaled June lltli, in it that i posi arted to forward all letter. CARTER'S 10 hands hlii lle and itood a alt The barrel hang friend an assurance that their Horrow ia 1,M, full as alrisl byhlilii ehaiuplon trotlliuitallioa hie for it to trumit. the fall fO liltits. ' our sorrow, that the blow which by it iron chain, beaten and battered by heavilv on them fall also on us, for we if the world, the renowmd mihubIct, record! Ol Plrst dsm hy Mamhrlno htarlUln, ad dam by cum no looked or loved her loo. by the windind .torm but iver, he by Wanner, St dam by Wajiler, llli dam Noll I more secure. .'..Wia, tth Tint we drape our badge Helen Kawcett by Imp. Iranbvi 5th by Imp, barred pjHtollice on l.uid lilnne 7thThornton Kattlei: nth dam in inniirnimr for ixtv day a an outward Tralalcar: br dam Netllttop "y Jinj'. Spread l.a- The latwt etlmateD place the jiupula" expre"ion of that sadnes which envelop ale: Mil daw by hhark; Uth dam by Imp. Janus, IIOT niliumnnvn" our hearts in eiyinu. "My sister, my inater, rillia V0 tho hlgliMt tyioof vr';',""1 I'nclPRand in Central Ken-tuck- y, tion of the Klobe at 1,W3,SOO,000, Tho largest stock ovor in Stanford nnd tho best to bo found Farewell 'till we nulon of yearn a long, long farewell. bloot. Therefore I row's humbler !iorou,hbre.l a decrease in the liwt three mrpt HRHin oldently must pioduce sieody as well as the manuthongli a a mutter ol ot combine.! horses ol aonie embracing about twenty five different styles irqra tho leading of the world, into Thy arms we hlahost tyi than ?:I5 and pmo hotter Ills sire could Pavior than 2:M. trot better fact there baa been on acluil incrcaie of commit lor jirerloin aoul. SMUiillKtt't ltKCOal) 4IIA1NST THAT OK ALL lirot Persons contemplating buying a vehicle this (Hum Uviso Stallions. -- Th p fmiest firstfastest Thia appirreut di B'cli ricadacho and relieve all tho troubles 1) it facturers in tho United Swtea. .13,000,000. Borne MATTIR YAIUlKOVOir, I.II.T.1K SlIBIrOK, i.M. tivnnd hnat tluiP. .i..,.. t j n bilious atata of tho eveum, auch as by tho fact tbat 2 lit'4j fast-ecred.tney ia accounted for Nausea, ProwalncKS. ll.atrcaa after for at this season Mamii: Kims, Li.u: Watson, Adwf. tlilid heat, J:I' fastest fourth heat, .. He licit lioldsinltii Maid on I'aln lf tho S.de, Ac. A hilo their moat remark, Spring should select tho same or place their orders at once; tho population of China hua heretofore Ifepi.fj, Hkiita Sitnr.VE, May Yak hoi tlflh heat, Cleveland, Ohio. Considering that ablo aucccia hna been ebown la curing merits at with orders iKien largely this was a competing race, desperately Jockejed vehicks are invariably over-ru- u imotToit all manufacturers of first-clas- s nnd foiiRht from bfRlnnlm: to end, won with no Hall, Stanford Female fAvorsshuwn but every niivautaRo taken to dcfiat "CiamnmSimna1' from four to eight The United Stntea census of lSO give College, April 21M, 188 1 rimupuler, It stands setond to uo triumph ever and if tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require wiloonMa won ou the trotting turf. He slrc.1 t ha great buf(5 1,098 clerity men, while tho aro finally Ilrndnehcyct Carter'aLIttlo Liter Pllts a first-that sold lor mow; also tbo fast gcldlnR. weeks being required to make, finish and dry of tho family, aluab!o in Couatlpatlon, curing and tircvintlng number OS.Ilit, backed by 13,071 reUu-ran- t, Hobt. T. Hall, need 1 year, 8 months Hawthorne. Pocahontas, 17anotherdriver welBhtiiR correct weeks ts obtain it; four and this aunoylni; complaint, vlillo they nlaotho Ihcr a pacliiR reiord of J made 3,215 difltillers, 10,278 brewers, and and 17 day?, departed this life on Inst Tuea-d- 283 pouikIs. Young Pocahontas trot ed a mile In oHdlsordira of tho stomach, etlmulito circumstances. , a t .li..- nf inn t, ins fltill. id itftiit in a nit I'liiv.. AiiiiLUL'i- ui ilia ntna I mini- - and regulate tho bowels. Even if they only curud class job ready for shipment, under the most favorable 32,153 hotel keepers, in all 133,511 ditho 15th inat. None knew him but lo i5trldeway, tro'tie.1 three consecutive lirata in Ir. rectly and indirectly interested in tho traf- love him uml he won lain way into the af- a 19, 2 17K aud 2 13, provlnR conclusively that represent them, unless uhhm uo other tamny oi noises nau All work sold by mo will bo found to be such as I wonder that temperance ia fections of both youiiRnnd old who mourn apeeil aud wonderful uidurance. u' la safe to fic. I it any It apRreat erlriulug purchaser will bo fully inwith the bereaved parcntn at hia utimely pears that suchan Inheritance. ability never a haul row? AehhfTTmWbo have been deceived myself, and in that event the without -not mourn for auiu r irom hub ".". thn.. nantlemen. examine the stud books and you Uorax lined in thia country is principally death. Father, mother, do will do my best to pleaso you And that CHOW'S 8MI titiLK It traces seven demnified. Call nnd examine my stock and I Hornx lake, Oil, which, it your Orel born, for you know that God save will to Iran. MewwuRe' and once to I.ngllsh brought from times iv w ays that tney wuinoi o wu. child to the crave and he was sire of Imp. Messeuger. Mambrlno to do vtUoout tacm. Uut after ail sick acau tho ia estimated, contains 200,000,000 pound. hia preciou good vehicles from mo and at as Iuly Thome, has n record of above, SlarllRlifa full sister, Woodlake, a record ol 2:27. in style, quality and price. You can get as his full brother, Tho lake is ono and a half rail a long, with rwirrected to dwell with the saints Robert. lu view of Riving all aatlsfactlon, I now put this elso and get a guarantee on five feet of water in the middle during the then tnko that consolation and meet horse'i aorvlces at the very low price of 81(1 lu reasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere Onk Who Loved Him. I nan ron .Mure lu 1'Onl, money due when wetPeaaon,but during the dry eeaaon U a it,, tact is Mrrialned or mare parted with. The when buying away from home. of to many Uvea thatlicro M where we I miles west of "ako our preafc boaiU Our pUla euro it whilo them, besides that is worthless to you horse will aund at mere bottomleis mud-holLyons Hilk industry in 1883 employed Stanford, Ky.,on tho my stable,bhelby City turnStanford A CCartcdr?Bnltt1o an ilespectfully, receive pike, weaver T. J.. C'JtOW. JJvcr mi. are very .malldoae. Smart Weed nnd Belladonna combined 150,000 persons. The silk Terv easy totako. Ono or two pllla tnakea ueed in the best about 40 cento a day, live poorly and are the only colt ol Crow' SmgRler'a Ret. They a o atrlclly TWiablo and do not o grinaor I have with tho other ingredients alt vrho a good one. out of a pure D- and many of the Hald colt Is foaled last May, goes all thebred trotting usotlfcml by their pentlo action pleas gaits-tro- ts, rnvialaatU5cents;flvofor$I. BoW porous plasters mako Carlot'd S. W. & U. physically inferior, mare; was younger men are exempted from military pacea and racka vtry fast and go the tunning liy druggUta evuywherc, or acnt by malt. Uackache rinBtera the beat iu the market. F. U. Aldiiqiit. walk to perfection. service on account of weakne&s. CARTER 3IEDICIKE CO, Now York. 8tanfrd, Ky., Fab. M, JS34. Trice 25 cnt.i ntcrioronnwl "id a, ALMIGHTY DOLLAR! The Many Have Pew and the Few Many! an" WUllOEON u, ENTERPRISE Grocery. Iaiicn.stcr, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT HATS ANT CAPS I to-da- k nt y BOOT AJXX SHOE? Lately been Making Exten sive Additions 1 k aj &KjA.GJZ3:X3Srtt Ta?I3C3Ft3E3jSLID! lt "o, d li-- 0 to-d- o Kentucky's Route East S. L. POWERS, Great Bargain Store, Uucler St. Asaph Motel Ul-ca- n, A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY, w Wwmmjm WMinMw "srcrrls.. Stationerjr and Fancy Articles. n y Crow's Smuggler broken-he- Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Village Carts- 1 1 Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, &c, indi-catin- .... rtrt ciinE SIOK "'' Incl-dr- st I'll-orl- m v. pre-au- HEAD.a ffK I Mum-l.rin- o. ACHE GEO. WEAREMT, Mfg.'s Agt. STANFORD, KY. Stmt-McehIinlcriorou- rid Uufbrd, Ky., W. P-- April 25, 1884 WALTON. i pub-Jishe- Courier-Journain in ex)l'm to hi fellow cilUens, the which ho d xnotiYeri ami conflicting emotions that one hind to him, the desire on the itmdiUnt and the die-laJKi and murder his of a better nature urging him to a oyer wUnil, ehowa a complete triumph exhibit, a moral courage of brate force and am order erj rare in theae timn, when own avengxocb believe ther munt be their to the law. On the er instead of appeslini: other hand, Cornei!on' statement, puuiHti-ein inatallmenti", after the munner of a ie rial torr, everywhere condemned ah the poorest effort at a apecial pleading ever The whole mitter in a tliough he taken columns to oay it, is that hewade his brutal and cowardly sault on Keid because he did not ue his influence fnvora-ti- e with the Superior Court to secure a Such a crrMuro de decision for him. serves the contempt of all decent lawyers nd he ought to be debarred even on his statement. Keid has made d own g pirt of the the friends amens but we fesr they are not sufficient people, office to in numbers to fleet him to the The nvernce man, the which ho aspires. more's the pity, feels a sort of reverential regard for a bully and n desperado and a consequent contempt for a man who fails to disifRard the laws of God and man. This is an ape of beitlnR records and at the rate we. are RoinR, we shall soon eclipse everythinu'ever attained or imined. It trum--pet- s -- w heralded with ureal flourish of that an L & N. train carrying Mardi reGras excursionists had made the most Cincinnati to New Or- markable run from lean cer dreamed of, and now conns the Cincinnati Southern and so far eclipsed that run as to lay it entirely in the shade. An excursion train with Knights of Pythias ptosengers accomplished the distance 820 aiilfi in 22 hours and 20 minutes, beatins; thul. &N. just six and a quarter hours, notwithstanding two and a half hours were loat in accidents and delays. Then we read that the steamer Oregon made the trip from Queenstown, England, to New York in fix clays, ten hours and thirty minutes rleyeti hours and ten minutes faster than the beat previous time. Horses are every xnoa getting faster and old time is getting Jett everywhere. This is a lively old age, o aure as you are born. l, pos-rrarcno-lifd pro-Jucenut-shel- l, one-sidelaw-lovin- TE speech of Judge IWd, which Weilneeiiay'H il editorial on too rcmlsslun by the Governor of tho fines against Miller, who disregarded the local option law, the Herald says in answer to that portion of it which says "a msjority of our best cilirens, including the lWrd of Trustees, signed a petition asking a remission," "wo have interviewed thirty of "our best citizens" men who have material interests in the city and nro in every respect among the first citizens of tho place, whose names we can furuish if required and we find that only tieo of the number siened tho petition. We find also that the petition was not signed by all of the Trustees, nor all of the other town officers. We might have investigated the matter further, but think this is quite aufficient to substantiate our statement in the previous article." LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. Kri'EimtJn to the Richmond Xqitttr'i The Home very sensibly its action in repealing the fiih law and defeated the original bill. Mr. Talbott has offered a bill to amend the charter of the Danville and Hustonville Turnpike Road Company, Senator Rigney offered a bill to em- power the elders and trustees of the Presbyterian church of Stanford to transfer the hnd of the old Rufftlo Cemetery, by deed or otherwise, to the Buffalo Spring Cemetery Company. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. The Homo failed to concur In the Senate's increase ot six millions in the naval appropriation bill. At Vienna, two men were hung Tues day, who made a pastime of killing servant girls. Over 20 had fallen violims of their hellishnens. Ticket number 815.S00, which drew $15,000 in the Louisiana lottery, was bought by W.T. Rigg. of Mt. Olivet, and disposed of before the drawing took place to Elbert Montgomery for $1. Near Irvine, in KiUH county, in a trial in a magistrate's court Joe Flinn and Bill Hale, notorious characters, were witnesses. There was an old feud between them. The quarrel waa renewed. They drew their revolvers. Fiinn shot Hale through the heart. Before ho fell Hale shot Flinn once in the head and once in the bowels, either of which wounds would have proved fatal. Hale died in a few minutes. Flinn lived for several hours. HUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. Turnpike Election. of ilie atoclclioMjr The annual niM-IInStanford . HalMlap riirnpikoOi lor thee'ectlnn g of n rrwUlent ml Hoard ol IHrrctora for tha eniju-In'"'" ar 111 lo held In !! I Iroitlt t tori in niaiiioM "n me i.--i of ho W. H. TRAYLOR, -- AcKiTloa Tiik- - 1M. at m-t- d 2 o'clock r.M. o.iivii' . BONANZA GRAIN & FIELD SEED THRESHER. And the Machinery . 3.1-- I.YNN.l'roMeiit nawd be' ' w, fur Lincoln and (lairard Countle; Turnpike Fleet ion. Theliarolioldcrcrilie tJtanroul A lluilnntlllo Turnpike llonil Co. will hold ttiolr annual iiiretliiK for the nlrctlon of a I'reilrirnt . and ltonrd of lllrwf-oraon llllp'a Slorr, lurm-tftlllf- t So'clwk r.the lhT 8ATUUUAV In MAY, if. .1. K. CAhll, I'rwMenl. 2H.td at Wei mild the ramou. 1IOVANZ k ntneuer. iMtlie"i:i ,,1,.M , . . h ,., ,, la ...j y. , ,.. Ht.l l'rat anuaiipeiuanimiiiai'i Q Teinllnn M rT"T3 ........ .'... i --.. ti'.l. a all: Suti llrM'iliitlte Ciuulark free JC nfi llObllUII pnniUSnU R.rhmnntl Inil i..w. ttllJUlB AK.8UU ,.,, Illiimu. imm u.-if- ci "T""'A"llrolliijHrii i,.t BdyRoad What Some of Our Best Tanners and Oitiions of Lincoln and Garrard Snji l.leol and (larranl. do rertlly that we hare had our wheat Th annual mwllnuof Ihe ahareholden We. theunderaiiiiHdclllieniol TurncmllliN McKlunry.t Citt'i Mill Turnpike Ihreihrd with Ilohlnton A IJo.'a New lloianil drain an I Seed Threaher and Knglne, and we live reat - any weaver had, ltoad Co. rill I held at Jone' tflorr, McKlnney, creillt lor the work It did fir ua It Ibreahe" fa. clean and aeptratoi aipnl (hn gralu like molt III atA. rumaniiwther and with lea nolne, ito'inotiraik kind thai they ran notma hlnea thanconclmlon will outho lSr.SATUUllAY In MAY, dn H , for tne purpose of eUc Ins a i'rrMtnl and air to Ihwelhat eiiiect to buy Maihliniol WIhia TltAlUMt. Wutilo d.Kr belter him lo get the II and gel price, Hold by tier Kngliie lloird of Hlrectorfr UieeiiMiln year. TrMldent. j, Slgnel J II Owaley. II lliiuliman. J It Mil er. J t I.ynn, H. J. l CUnUS before purchasing elaewhere J S. Owatey.ll, II Ikion, 8. It Pudderar, Win (inooh, Jordan IVtklr. Jamea T. Adama, Win. A. of the Turnpike Flection. ll. 213-ti- Kin-br- Turnpike Fleet ion. Orcrn TIharclioMTirtlthc Hanslng I'ork A,u''d i " Ulvcr ItirDplao llo.vl Compinr on the 1ST SATl'KKA .lonV store. McKlnney. of e'wtlnK a l'rel-drIn MAY. tSSl, forlhe uru and Hoard of Dlreclora lor the ruaiitaKjrar. 2t3-tW. OIVKSS. rrtidtnt. J. nt "We agree with the Sunday Argut that bill fixing a penalty against bicyrunning on any of the public roads of cles the State was inspired by the very worst kind of old fogyism. It is unworthy of this progressive age and on the motion now pending to rtconsider.it ought to be ingloriously tabltd. In some sections these e, not vehicles are coming into general but as a means of transit only for pleasure nd they should cot be shut off by so silly Legislative enactment. the myriad of officers holder with big salaries nnd ia arranged so that the creditor will get little or nothing after the comm'wsioners, Bupervisors and others receive their fee and the bankrupt U allowed additional exemptions, to thoe allowed bv his State, of pfed the Senate bv the big majority be 32 it Gen. Williams, to his credit U15 d, Toted against it. The party in power has with reckless extravagance increased the net ordinary annual expenses nf the Government from about sixty million dollars in 18G0, the lart year of a democratic administration, to near three hundred millions a year, together with a collection from the people of trver a hundred million dollars more than is needed to pay the public expenditures. last going to have a hanging. The Supreme Court, after trying months to pick a fliw in the rulings ot the court below, has failed and McIIugh, the ronng wife murderer, will certainly go up May 2d. Perhaps this may be the begin-nin- c of a hanging festival, fo long needed in that wicked and lawIeM city. Tub Bankruptcy Bill, whirli created a Ciucinnati is at Tins Grand Spectacular Festival, to take place in the Louisville adver-Use- d Expo-sIGo- n building, has been declared oft", the Kiralfva jumping their contract. Gen. Dan Macauley has sued them for $5,000 and attached Beveral car loada of property they had in the city. Iv vto are to have a continuation of re publican misrule, we would rather see Jainefl G. Blaine succeed to the throne than any of the aspirants to the Presidency on his Bide of the houpe. Intellectually he is ahead of any of them and a good man in many respects. Courier Journal Bays the Legislature a dead failure and ought to adjourn sine die. but it foemsto be working awuy just as if it had not been so advised. Yeoman. Just the way of all fools. Vim one ever known to take a piece of good advice? Tjie k Tiik L. &N, is going right along, earning $50,000 a week more han for the corresponding weeks of last year. The roid is well managed and deserven its constantly increasing patronage. Luke P. Blackburn haa been appointed ovenxer of a road, and Thatotherfraud com1$. Hayes has been sppointed a school missioner. Richmond Register. of the entire Commonwealth see to it that no member who voted for the extra reunion of the Legislature is Nelson Record. returned. Let the voter The Columbia Setator, out drew, is as lovely at May party. new as a in a brand sweet-aixteene- er James G. Blaine is a Catholic, of Catholic parentage on the mother's Bide. Gettysburg', Pa., furnished a hanging Tuesday, John Cogle for the murder of a woman. Edmund P. Thomas, for forty years Clerk of the Henry County Court, is dead at Eminence. The Mississippi republican district delegates arc twelve for Arthur, ono for Blaine and one for Logan. The customs will be deminUhcd about S35.000.000 per annum if the Mor rison tariff bill become) a law. It seem that Frank James haa estab lished pretty fair alibi in the Mursel Shoal robbery case at Huntsville. The whisky pcol troubles are over for the present. All difierencea have been settled, and the market is steady at $1 10. The republicans, who wear breechec, are trying to oust Mr,). Roai from the New port, Ky., postoffice alleging mismanage nient The Lewis county (Ky.) democrats instructed their delegates to the States convention to vote for Tilden and Hendricks. Frank Dewalt, the president of the Leadville National Bank, who stole $41,-00looks like a crost between a dude and a hummer. A great earthquake occurred in England. Much damage was done to property in variom places, and some peoplo were injured. President Bennett II. Young officially announces that the Southern Exposition will be opened at Louisville August 1G, and will close October 25. The Civil Service Reform Association, of Chicago, advocates the repeal of the four years' limitation upon the terms of district attorneys, revenue collectors, &c. It is claimed that the longest train ever hauled consisted of 132 empty cars, one loaded car, a dead engine and two cabooe cirs. It was G.200 feet long and was run on the Pennsylvania road between Clark's Ford and Sunbury. The Louisiana election, Tuesday, ted in the success of the entire democratic State ticket by from 25,000 to 30,-0The Legislature is overmsjority. whelmingly democratic. Arrangements have been made in New York far the nomination of General Rut-It- r for President, and Congressman Reagan, of Texas for Vice Pretident. by the party, with an understanding with tho Grecobackers that they are to ratify the nomination. Corneilaon, the cowhider of Judge Reid, waived an examination for assault and battery and was held to the Circuit Court in $200. His bondsmen were R. A. Mitchell, the mayor, Rev, Thos. Munnell, S. S. Gaitskill, and others. The case will be hotly prosecuted in the Circuit Court and as vigorously defended. The Committee on Pensions iias reported favorably on Mr. Wolford's bill increasing the pensions of soldiers who loil, an arm at the shoulder from $21 to $37 per month. This merely equalized the claes of pensioners named with those who lost a limb at the hip, whose pensions were raised to the sum named some time ago. During a performance in a circus at Bucharest, Boumania, the roof of the structure fell in. The lights were extinguished and a terrible panic imued, which wa increased by the outbreak of a fire. Five dead bodies and one hundred wounded have been carried from the ruins and a Urge number of persons are missing. Patcey Delehanty, brakeman on the Falmouth, Ky., accommodation train on the K. U. road, requested Geo. Frank a drunken loafer of Butlor, Kv., to take his e muddy feet off the cushion ladies coach, whereupon Frank draw bin revolver and shot Delehanty twice, "onco in each thigh, producing painful wounds. Frank was lodged in jail at Butler. The Louisville & Nashville, Cheaa-peik- o A Ohio, and Chesapeake, Ohio A Southwestern, have agreed to sell round-tri- p ticketo to delegates to tho Republican State Convention, which meet in Louis-vill- e on May 1, at ono and of the regular fare, which will be four cents per mile. Tickets will be good from April 28 to May 2, the time to he extended if the convention holds over. The same rate will apply to tho Democratic Convention, which meets in Frankfort on . May 7. 0, port-mater- s, re-r- ul ly in-thone-third Accident Insurance Companies had better incrcsse their tariff, since racing sgainft time has become a feature in railroad management. Indications for the upper Hanging Fork valley, prevailing rains, remorseless mud and a marked tendency to a especially in the neighborhood of the salcnns. Corn U rsting here at SI pel bbl , with an upward tendency. Hay is rcjulatpd by the ability of the purchaser and the conscience of the seller, together with the number of davs required to haul a load Oats not to be had on any terms. Mises Nannie Brown and Alice Ctbell give notice to the lovers of elegant npimrel that they are prepared to cut and mike to order, in the best styles, all manntr of ladies dresses, Ac. Orders respectfully so over Peacock' Utug Rooms licited. store. . Business men in all lines report this as one of the dullest weeks on the calendar. Of course farm operation are at a siand. be unusually Planting will of neces-lt- y and lumber industries The stave Ute have met with a temporary check, growing out of the expiration of contract and a weaker demand in the market. The pending presidential election bids fair to be a boisterous in its progress and a barren in its results as any of its predecessors. The practical idea Beems to be that it does not matter what character of man may be set up as a figure had at the prow of the great ship of State, provided he keeps his face set in the direction in which the officers wish to go. In other words the best president is he who will form his cabi-ne- t according to instructions and distribute Victoria is the officers where directed. bet ruler of modern times and she U, gov- ernmeutally, a nonentity. ri-ibir-omet- firmeraaay In regaid lo the ll.inanai Threalier and hnglne, Im It by Itohlnton We We liave bought and Co., ltlchmutid, Indiana, and ild hei by W II I'ltAY ..OK. their ground iiullen lot of wheat threeheil with the llonanai Threher, and tl wi aplendldly Jone-nl- cei c'eii-u- nt rut up like weoften arelt bignel J K Karrli, llutttbi Mill, Sianfird, Ky , MoAII. and ter A Haller, Unroln Mill. IhanV lor Ihilr palromge, and will aay lo thnao To thoae whom 1 hate mid machinery I that expect lobuy that I will take great plrature In ftltinit you up with the abuve mined machinery. Wi ree that everything I In perlrct working order. I hava ou hand a aupply ol printed rnalUw which will lie neiil to any one addreulng me at tiifnl, Lincoln Ount, Your, tery irulr, II". It. Yl.Olt. KIMui A lllatt.J. Hurtwhat the endorse, Anl k'. Till Turnpike Flection. S.T. .lAMKS II. UtritlMHV ThejtocVholdfraof tlie HuftonTllle A Coflej'a la a Candidate for CongreM In the Klghth Hl.lrlct, Mill Turnpike lload Co. will nieetat T. C Democracy. f"r ubject to lb" will ol the More on ATUUiMY, MA lheetrctlonon,rfldcnt and Ikmrd ol Wmtort tor theeniulDi; yar, TA1.HOTT IIOX. A. Jur' Fire.Lightning&Tornado U tj O. C. I. YON, freildrnt. tl. i.NriiA.ci:! Seven'First-CIas- s la a Turnpike Flection. ThflftocVhoMfrdoftheSUiil.ird A MlllnUetllle Turiillke ltoad Co. will meet at MfCurmaek MrellBj Unman the IT ATfltl. Y in UA, I.... .. Vta .. In tUniMMnf nl.llnt Pfe-.det an I Hoard t llrecie far tlie euwliu Jer. 'l J lMS-l- Candidate for Ciinreit In tbla dlatiict, to Iheartlun ol the denim racy ml-Je- ct Companies I LOWEST JJTJP.S J. Jl, I'll! 1,11',. tat., Manhml. i..ii.iiri"'i""' Civil Engineer and Surveyor, AEDALLAH GLENCOE. IMI.I.S (ill', I.IM0I.N tt, Kr. X. OWKM. j r. nwKra The Coiumorcial I lloiol lln Flrst-ClnssStj- ! Fire ! Fire I Fire H. KIAIICI letagrel anilely for the nple I mate the imloivn-- d up Ihta Hotel. allr thtoiifbuul rrflttfrd and rtf iru.-he.- l nliorout.-lilwith rrjtlilnc new. and arel rAlO To I.VSHIii; l.iticoln county and primiHt to do the fair thing will lutnre with him In either fur them if they A I.Micelhlre Inturanee Co, of Monrr ilur whftt Hi I lie Ixirilun fntlnrU liurrrori Ifi wlitMe atJ4l are 1 21),!) or ithriMf two it.tif.thi' hfttxlllhc ht trol r1rl el i ... ir.i ..i iiuir Ibtya', l l.lerpl, f.f. IM7.I7I. nr The r n ...if iin .t .i tin n ... h IV Ilia d .Mw. It In I Inloml to It tin ThM iiiicwilitre, of MancheaU ,atell over tlr IIa.w. 1.. .... ..r I.I..I.I.... 1. OXKi.livO. ahnw;j gate anv time he wanted to lit ! a I aaddle h"rear,d an Watfr on the prnulMi and So Kxcellelit Mlnrr.l breeder. Ma roll lie ;! nil 'mifl from ihyifaJjuttmriit llng naluially gall.d andeiu.lie alt and Mile. health tjn not find a Ultir rt of lime. Ie He waa aired bv Jo Klmn. he by Mt .mt he by sVcUl attention will will an. Kill durini! the summer Write to him ertall oi him at jiictter, Ky Alennuer'a AMlUh, by KyMlvke'e llauiblelon-l.n- . itltrn lo the AOtaof Commrrciil Men, who Jo r.liuo ilnlii ,j Mainlnlbu and briseand nlie toonntodlppUj their ampl. by StatiL.wriere a 9iil-rUerjr Maiuliluo rajmt.ier; lit dam bv Willie l . by I ihall alse eep foreigner, he ly Imp til.r.,r A V and wood turnout! can ! hud at all hor D'.tlam S. M. Oil' KAN. Mardcbl by ( tierekee hU dam by lain (llelrwe. bouia. Matligbl' dam bv Old W M iUw by a ildle UBkliotio, M iltiu waa kanwti Ihe ii.U.hed im1 lluleard rnir. I win alj ated luy Dee Jack STA.N'FOltl). KY. MtKIXXKY, KY. he M ree will present Mvtn t i,iv xable. rulb S ou fnui lluMontllle lh llutli n li lie nil l.itttty lull 14k e Head, at lnr.1 iinl(ilencie,lallion a I.lterl. coir. iln ..... !, th.f-M-kl- nc o(e !;( u."i''!iu) li lit lu Stanford Female College. a Corps of Teachers, h'irae-prdli- nttker. Dissolution of Partnership With Full Tne partaerth p hetft' fjre rzi.tiiifC On aaiue term fur tntiea. will rerve Jinoel on AtAMrt A eON w.. till. rta by mutual prime irrw ile withdrawal of Jick Ad band. hl.b. conMnt.liwlied by the Thl. Inatltutlon will oen tl. Tbtrleenlk He.lon with me r n.e and lur aire atyle ami a elhu.a leu 1. tfr , from the firm All parlie knowing am. outhe'id Monday In cwpteinber atrlclly hard to tnd haa proven blmaell a theuiKUea Indebted to the atofe iiametl firm, good brnU--r are reueted to mske M, either by note or aicount, K.H.rolVKI.i.. builne the parlner-bl- p IrarutJIate eltlement, AM. TIIK BRANCHES OK A mutt l wouna up, and all cltluit that are twit rol- d t at once will be....... V.tt. the hxnda of a ...... plared in i.i aa I II '.inillll t. THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE lecior in .!. iuiiit iuc vm,m' - ... I. -lur uwneryeflort dbrJack Adarui. Jr.. wh.i wi'l to maintain the nanutnc ot m nouie Arauught, a well a cuplea which for the put thirty Tear It bai beM ernon. II that la, the cincarmr More In Mt Spring (jbodt MUHIO. TUB liANOUAOEB. DRAW. now on handi i f ul rlctk cf New INO AND rAINTINO. Innery r,ety. whuh he wlllKento his old and the loweit prloi No fewer than 30.000 women make a liv- - Dew ru.tr.mer. at J. (K A .US A- - SO.. Your. trui- -. l Mt. Vernc-r- . Ky.. April 1. ing in Paris making artifical llowers nnd the majority of thorn are said by an admirer to from (J to Vi In th In Tnliliin. lirlre regular IprtinoU i'rliiirv, lift, lnlerwedUU be real artist, imitating nature almost to Manufacturer of- 3U, I'reparatojy, $10, and Collegiate, 140. JACK 1 BOB MoELROY, lt. Ml-lie- Mr -- "" DANVILLE- h. PLANING MILL COMPANY -- perfection. At present there are mtny of these women out of work, owing in pm to (lowers being ouf of fashion and partly to competition in England, Germany and America. There are twelve manufactories of artificial teeth in the United Stales wh-- h make 10.000.000 of those iiselul article-per annum. They are made of fe'd-pa- r, kaolin, and rock crystal. The higeest postage rate from tho United States is from Patagonia and the I'land of St Heleni 27 cent per half ounce. Three Jacks PRINCE OLD ll TERMS MODERATE. rpe mis. "" I will itard three Ja kani my table Ih.t mwn, ror full particular, aa to Boam, Ac.addre. h. v. TJtl'i:iif.AitT, iTiMciimi, Lincoln Oo,, Ky, .'Unford, " "ri niiHii, Itlliiala. ll'litalov ! unci Oonr F riuiii'H, Scroll .Wolil. KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. B lnj;. liiK Nnv, Black Hawk -- 'JM UruN INnilt?." M'orIi,Tiii'ii IiiIIm lVttrli, aSD- Shortest & (Juiekest Houtcj Central Kentucky to All Points North, Eait.West & Southvfest. Vat I.lne IE.I.C-TON ROSCOE CONKLING! All o.X it the price I'loorlni;, CuIIIiik.WvuIIi- orlionrtliiiK, DrcMMtMl And other to Insure a Marc with llrlnj Jack rolt, loiured untlrslx W per tuonth; and Jennet fualiPK the colt until fle Or Sll to hold 4 lift? policy woDtho'd. If a man wanta a nure roll, we alTe rrlnce dim pe Ul rate upon (.jutlable terim will Iw let to Jennets at !lu for a Jennet colt or a lwin CI.NCIXXATI. t. Dully lx uu I.iunlxr V THE DRUGGIST, l.- moritha old, t.'" -i Tji k a HreclMich0. Ko tin SOUtlt-BlHS- HUSTONVILLE, Has - - KY., tl juit rectlwd a nice lot of FOREIGN FRUITS, 5CC1I AS time the oil tor I will irlTeprmn,!! perioral attenilon theeion. to the aicomiboda'.ioM of all my patron" Lve. Covington..... I.KVI Mil lllll.K. Flisouth -hell) City, hr :t'-lrI yhthlana .. Arr. Tarla Islington... . TII- K-I- CAKN Tl'.lTlI ABOIT Ltd I. x ( A I) 11) Arr Wlmhealer. . ir lunntli. Mare fortelii the i"n'r'i. .i .Marr paHurctat II !. o tradd A lien held ou Dally (XI No W Dally tx un Building Material Alao IelerIn - OHIO Orangoa, Lomons ALSO and Bananas. i MISSISSIPPI H. V. Oiiiiillin TriiiiM. A T.urKC T.ol of FlHliiiii; Tackle, PolCH, LillL'H, tVc. ALSO which paiener Southern Hallway hate No ft-- r Line Ht.' Cincinnati The Only from the line of tho$& In and deiiot-thedr- (,lnrliiiiiitl--lrot- h roadt enter the tame ('entrairM-Dt- t hr Kutlon. by rttal line that tStre la an omnlbu t.teinent tramfer In Cincinnati, btween the Clnilnnatl Pouthern K'y and Ohio A Mlulii'ppl ll'y. I a de- pm 2 p lu f S II pm 1" 0 12 p Hi 8 ' Oi p hi II In a in t 4 pu IU 10 !M p in II 9 a ii 5 ZD p ni 11 li piu 12 P ni r. oo p it S 06 p iu I 00 p ui . fi 51 i ill I M p m Call on ua or write far price Wo keep a IU HI p Ul 2 P l.te. Tarta . atoek and will do our liet to pleaao u in IM 2 M p in II Arr. Wlnrhwter 2 57 P m 7 on pm and quality ol material, l.ve. Wlucneater 4 00 p in ma p in Arr. lllrhmond tl IB p ui Ijincatler Vlj.tMAfJ 31 I, tl t p ni VASVII.I.K Mnultird June ... So. I, ' ."to.ll ft ci. 3, Dally Danville Ky. NOHTH-Ikjl'KDally. Kx Hun Kx bun. INtui il .Fanning Ijiinihcr! liv ))r CO f It. lHy . Lve, SAMPLE BOOKS OF WALL PAPER. liberate mirepreentatlon. clnnatl ra end K.;;:::::::::::::::! Wlnchealir. S : IS li" SIS 'foiOWSVILLE &NASHVILLE THE CREAT AND Only LiiieTiuiSnV'ln'. The and at Ixmla without tranncr fortiaen-o- . other route via chans of can. Imu'j'( .it Intermediate olnN lly any mclunatl you bac a midnight 7 J" Only LiiicS.r.TS.W TheTcatltiK l indnnatl ni nnd'J p m Uiula, iiiakucon-Lrcticn"ki- Arr. l.ve Arr l.ve Arr 1iDO.Il Ixlngtou .. I'arla 2 4A p S 27 p . it frc i the South tailing in connect with the wUli li 1 rat Iran un ,ke 'hflsecr-iid-, all mor ni ou train from bi. LotiU to the Weand Northweal. I'arla I.te I'arla Arr Cynlhlana.. ' rnliiiiiuth . . VMiichealer 2 47 p 31 p Xia p " r 4 00 I 4A p p M ii n m II 0.) a in' . 112 OU a m fi 2 a in i2 M p in 7 2' a in in 1 2 P ui 7 2ft a in in 2 Up III 8 15 a iu R .to a in ml 7 VI a in ni 2 II p in R HI am H lii in Ki 2 SO p in in I Oil p nil ItHa in m 5 J p in'll 30 a in I I ' Vf' AJJtv.JV I)1IU ! ,' 7 The Only in Linclir.1'... lie only line atul cotuuelico la I rrnnnseiiinit which can guarantee a continuous trip. 5 may.svii.m: iikancii. F KOKTII-Ucil'M- Kn.rll, No Through Trunk Line ho i:. ... !!!!!!!!!!!!!!. ILilly bun. l'.x. bun. 2 00 SO ft 20 ft 17 fl 07 7 00 'I 15 Dally p p p p p p M r j ..pepMaatw"ifa)v' e .,. t Ohio & Mississippi R. RVSS R. l.vo ' Cotlugton-.- .. "i "in Uuh Four Solid Daily Tralni Clcclnnatl to St. Parl.vcry Car In thM) Train Hun Through. lor Cat aie Hun on Day Tralni. falate epliii? Car on Night Trilni. No No change cf Can Im any clanol Traim' Arr Mlllcraburg. Carll.ln " Pari " Mayvlll.. BouTii-Iioun- Johnnon a m IS a iii 8 10 a III II 00 n in y t n in 10 HO a ni' t ni III Ul III III HI 111 Without Change and with Speed Unrlvalei SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE FROU LOUISVILLE TO TUB SOOTH & WEST PULLMAN CARS I.lltla Hock, Moutgotnerjr, Atlanta, tutT jacKionwim, jiouur, sua Mew uritani. In Piliee Can Without t'liangt. BW. &". ne to ED1U, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST from Loulitllle Id FalaccCari wltlontcLange. FMinRJlNTQ Seeklnc homes on the ClnlunMll I O line ol this road will receive special low rates. See ApDH ol tlila Cnrnpinr Tor ratti. rootei &.. or write C. P. ATKOItt, G. P. 4 t. A. Louisville. Ky. . cairled 5 4 n in 12 00 in l.vo Mayavllie..... 'Jhchlinrtcat and (jukkrat l.ln r, 10 a in! 12 42 p in 11 .lohiimin hi. I.ouU' No oninlbm iotinrail " from 2S p in 7 21 n in ' Cirllale Irantfir In Cincinnati lor paiKiittr Irom C.H It. 47 p in 7 41 n in ' Mlllerburg. 2 10 p in S 10 it e rtirstaleinentKontrarr to the above nuking Arr r.irla 9 lo a in ' oo p tu " Ixlngtou. .. nilircpnentatIon. and rNma ii ;o in b as ji iii " Civlngton them are unworthy the confidence of tho public, net only In tbeic, but ia other matter. 10, dally. Icnvtvi I'nlmoutli Aeeoniodillmi-N- o. Oiving'nn 4 4 p ml arrltr ratinoiitli fi 10 p in. 0 CO a in; arrive No 9, dally, leave Cevlnglon, No. 30 b'unday only lenvo (Vivlr-K8 n in. flnid llullway guarantee the corrcctnt- - of Ita No. 31, S Ma in; arrive. I'nlnionlti 10 10a ni. tatcuuM and every promlke mado the public, the letter. will be carrlfl out to Hiuiday only, leave I'aliimutli 2 p in, nrrlvo Cov. in , ntxl I'arla No. S2, dally For lull and reliable information Map-- regard lo lligton 4 p in. (luldoj except Hunilay, leave I'ariaK 20a in, arrlvo IsliLand, Ac, in the Wntem Slalff, apcclal rate for Ticket and llounhold ngton o 10 ii in. No. 18. dally except Puniliiy, I've and Ooodi to all point Wcatcallou oriddrri Lexington IflOpiu; nrrlve I'arla Sift p in. C. II. ALtsOl', Nolo to Paiacngcra touth of Wiiuheater Tralni Tuierger Ag't Ohio A Mlulsiippl "fHway, No. 12 an I run via l.cilngtoii and I'arla only; Ilarridabur;, Ky, Nob, 6 and II via either l'arl and Winchester or Vf. B. oil All LC. W. W. I'EAHODY. I'arla and LexlliK'on, Otn'l I'aM. Agt, I'rci'tamKien'lMan'gr, Fait Line No H aril 4 run vln Winchester. C. V. I'AUlb, Central Tan. Ag't, between Kolld trains tvlth I'ulliiiin Bleeping Cn-Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati and Itlchmond, Va , nnd Washington, I). C. Tlirnugli ticket and Iwggaje checked to railroad ltt:ST. No preiinrallon r.lli ulili onyrcuB pen Ii'T iinik-Ir- nny drttlnatlnn reached bv a II. WHITTI.KSKV, XV. LmiI b. V. . MOIttlH, nnvf .1 i.c rpul.irfrUui-atlrun- i Fuaieiigcr Azent. jrav. avcih. rkni linen,.Vline" It edit Covington, Ky. U'lngton. Ky, I)lilolllII. i.'t W. w. Bill III, II. c. ft, Kv'T 'i iilAlljriirw. N. Gtu'l l'ana. Agt. Cieneral Manager. Uiu.'i'Ui ,buttbucri A. Ntvrn Ain't. 1 1 nrede-liteiat111 . ifat In a iiafiirera aie hr Krtrv pau'enger paneiiiffi. Thiougli All Car on HxprfJ No. ft I It'o. 2 Dally Dally Ux. riun. IU. Hun. free Iludcrlck Dim I w It Ii Idark mine ami tall. lot hit tralr.lng make good lime He It liy Imp, Iliickden, lie by Hit- - .MM. dleton. out ol Mary Craig, ItuTUrii w.t got by UrdUlfden.lwlnneroltheKreatHI r btakii the Dpiica.ur flakei, ifCl, and an n "on the Woodioln Mle. the Chaiiip.iiiieoikea and Jim out ol Coimwiuenco by Hay llddieton Itclerlck'a lit dam, Miry "iU.,.l,',Ki"ljl.,'fHl ,i,(,rr. -- 1 dam lUauftbr Mulatto; 1, hiu lid Irli ,.im ,. rcnaewohy rvntei, Sthclam Marianne by hor, a Thli fine stallion will aland the prment aeaicm at my ialilea In JBIIlgevlll at $1(1 to lnure a loll till nennlnif time J.lcti reUlned lor aeaton iiinney laCycaraold.and bright inahogonT bay, I)4iiit of winner iV.8,fB,rite..!Lj's Do Not he Deceived !'. m loit Mjl'l'on, Jlh dam ijulck' t harlotte by Illauk; lOlh lambydal.. Ilthdam by Ilyer'a dam by He hel '. C.i,twy; .3 , ,ialll y Whynot; Mtli 1U111 liciinl umre. Mry Craig's Qnt dam waa ,, ,,, itiiii-riJ.,...-.,,iruu, ait imp. Vannlktlu by IhoCloiiol In hngland, id Vorclla by lllack. hick: 4lli by I'lmtilom, ftlliOveitun, 6th Walnut-Ii iCuler; Htli I'lracai.thn by M.then Olh Fro,. ,.' .!.7V.,jr "Jt?"1",'. ""'' J"""" Hjdnner by l'orli cr: llthClreyhouiid; 12th 8 ipbotiiiba, dim by Clni moii'a liny Harb; utli dam D'Arcy'a Criettuiit Arnblan, II li While btrlnt; 19th l.lla Monlanun tnaro, At tlio lame place wo will itind our lino Jack, 1 YOUNG BOWMAN At $8 ! :. e r. ng colt t 11 eanlug time. .Money duo tamo a liorao. Young n..u..... 1. year old, 15 hand, high and was bred by deorgci Uaahlncjioti, of Hoyla county. Ho wi. ilred by arley Cornpromlie. he by Tlpiacaiioe, by Henry Clay' Warrior. Yotirw nowman'i hodam -wiuy niue; g. nam ny l'loneer; g c. ilarn .i by Old Wagner; j. g. g. dam by a Maliero Jennet. tolnairoallv 1 -- Mlllcdsovlllc, Ky. " ". cualKtyl. lAmericana homeward bound on, Liverpool JLI Stmi-SSlcth- ln $n(erior$ournaI April 25, 1884 Stanford, Ky, W. P. WALTON. Irict delegation nd of the entire State del egalion, even if he should loae the dele- gat for the BlUe at large. Arthur wan not known and Hherman only far enough to euiphaaire hi weakneo. the Covington correa- (Kindrnt of the Son Journal, alabbed a fellow named Keed, who attacked him for a j.uMication that appeared in that paper. It. H. Blaine ha a clew majority of Ohio dia- - I William, The national prohibition convention I held at Pittaburg May 21. The New Orleana Cotton Ktxition will receive an approprirlion of $1 (XX) 000 from the government a a loan. It ii estimated that during the present century 160,000,000 copie- - of the II b'e printed in '.T2IJ different langua- have will la-e- rr,,ulitn County Attorney lo assist ihe in the cuinmonmealth in all for which they are torecelv. Circuit Court, f all the tine "ml forfeiluna. ona prc-ecuti- The Houe ha paed the Reualc' lill 15rcnt Mr. DANilLLE. BOYLE COUNTT Lamb and M!m Ada Lw II. Atkini and Mi Keirill and Mr obtainel license to marry Nannie Kuel n Ihe 21 at inat. old U ly, by A tine black Iwoyear arrived by rll on Wedi-e- . Harney Wilkes, Phe .lay night from Boutli Weal Oeorgia and will I the property of Mr. Km Sailer be trained by Huicbin A Poge. Mer, Tbolore Linrey and Hariwell Terry are titling up the store room on Third street, lately occupied by 'he VViimnr, alock and will in a few day open out a tin. grovrie and confectionariea. of Mintea Ida and Blanche Twidwell, of UuMonrillc, have been vlaiting relative Mr in this ticinlty for several day paat end Mm. Tho. M. Clreen, of Maysville, Wednesd-y- . were registered at GilcherV on H. Hurnhara, Representative Hon. Jaa. l waa at the aame Irom Madlaon county, Caj.L W.C. Cioiicr, the on Thursday. genial landlord ol the hotel at Burnaide, Wednesday. waa at the Clemen House on waa at Col. Joe. Weisegar, of LancnMer, day. Iter. K II. the name hotel the name Hill, of the Broadway M K Church, and Pomer-e- t, hi bride, nee Mia Zena Parker, of Hardis, In are KpendinK few day nt Kailern Kentucky. John K C. It. 0. Evans, on the 2flth int., completed the delivery of 114,000 poundi of hemp to the home of C. C Jacob, of Cincinnati. The price received wan $6.60 jer hundred. On Thursday six prosecution ngainat II W Efn were called in the police cur Four were diniiaed on motion of the town attorney and two were tried by J. B MrKerran, special judge, with a judgment for the defendant. Htlll another case aeaint Mr. Evan wa continued until with an order of arrest for Jamea W, Quthrie. n absent itn Thee are some several time referred to. which of the November, in hae been landing ince which n detective nmed Webb, from Cin cinnti, wa employed lo "calch" the drug-g- it riling liijunr. In the mini' august tribunal, four case adorned the docket, in which (leo. O Beddow wia defendant, wilh the auie wilnea for the persecution No wa trit-i- l before this reort closed, with a judgment of acquittal A welbspparrelled young mail of good addreM, named II I.. Browning, rame lo Oilchr' on the'Jdinat, and registered a from New York. He circulated among Jinr dealer n ihe agent of a new fashion-ei- l bora brush and prnhablv took order for the aame. Gilcher aav that he left thir h'Hi on the nlghl of the H h without paying a hill of $10 50 Wake-fielKarri A (V).. liverv aubte men, that he insinuated himself into their afJVcliuns to the tun of $7 60 for buggy hire, prntniaing lo end horse brushe,whieh never ariived, in liquidation if hi bill. O her minora of a like character are alloat concerning Ihe aame individual, among them ore connecting him with an unpaid hotel bill of $70 due Ihe Capilnl Hotel at II L Frankfort "a mifhty aeet inHn" and claim In have been a eludent, if not a graduate of Yale. Pat-Urd- u, lace went to Point Burnaide, Wrdneaday, John to engage in the lumber bnnine-a- . went M. William and John II. William to London on a viait thia week. 8. W Parria baa returned from Cincinnati. -- Bill ralera for S. II. Barrett A Co' ahow have agnin made their appearance in our midat. More adverliaing i being done by tliia ahow than by any that baa ever been here. Two wagona ataried out front thia place thia morning with bill to be ce lt 1 Mr. d, irt distributed throughout the countv. The Int rail on the K. C. extenaion baa len put down. About one hundred convict are nt work Ixillaating the track II i reK)Med that a paaxengcr train will lw put on thi and road between the 15ih of May. Mr Oeorge "am brook haa been leveling o(T the ground at Living-ato- n A for aide track and round houaea new aet of larger liea will be laid down from the ainka of Itoundalnne to Livingston and two tracka will be laid on these ties, aa the gnage of Ihe two road ia different. Lambert Thnmwon, who atole n lot of clothing from Hart A ., iout thne miintha, ago waa brought to this place by Mr Panders, coroner of Taylor county, and placed in jil. Il will lc remembered llmt alter Limlert had atnlen the gooda and w ah nit to be caught, he placed them in a c (Tee sack and made hi eon Jire carry them nil Joe waa arrested with the Kod in hi possession, had an examining trial and was held over on the charge of receivfather and son ing atolen property are now in jail and will no doubt be aent to the peniteutiary aa the proof it verv atrong agamit them. Joe Thompson rat I ia willing and want to go to Frankfort for one or two years and that his father ought never lo kaye betn turned looae when he wa there a year ago. lt MT. KRlOlOCPiRTMENT. JQ Managed by Jno. B Fish. Mr F L Thompson nov occupies hia new residence on Main atreet. Knin haa leen falling almost without ceasing eince Monday morning. A new posloffice has been established at Mt Guthrie called Merethurg, in honor Mr. B. F. Mutton i the of our Jim AB I) ALL AH! ho-te- Mr C. Mullins, of Livingaton, waa in town thia week. John W Ileid, a popular ils&saL-- Snotion drummer, from IMiiaville, was here m.v3UiWt5 yeaterday Oainea Adams nnd T T Wal- from aiilem-l- r Tlie cninMneJ malllon, tin ami will be riultlel to ivrt mare We have seen no call tor a democratic meeting In thia county yet, upoe there At 91. to IiiNiire a LIvliiK will be none, aa Mr. J. H Johnson ha inonlh. Kor further Marra paaturetl at 12 failed, or refused, to recognize the members particular!, call on or aitJrfM N. II. Mf'f.'1.TI.y, of the committee elected lart year. Mantunl, Ky. JH-I- f fS5 t'H lr I ", , 2'nee con l-- il. -- X -- H-V. CiiAnr.ES Anderson, a brakeman on the Comptroller! Knox haa resigned, to Knoxville Branch, wan crushed to death take t fleet May 1, between two draw-head- s at Bardstown June- Arthur and Edmonds combined ion Wednesday. againit Blaine in the .New York convention Stanford, Ky., Apnl 25, 1884 A neoro iromin was .hot at through and ,hnl him out' Jew Oaon and hia father, of Monroe, the window nf her house at WSlliim.hnrcr. PERSONAL Ga. courted the same cirl. They miarrel. u'-- .i . i.Mi-- .i i L..t.- ' . .ml .T.u. iritis ki. -. k. IJAViii Ki.a. in in the city buy- r.tk. "" ner husnina or paramour was not known ins good. azy Alien county "n'- - AU"n. account. -- Mrs. Gkehham, of Livingston, has farmer, threw two cf his children into the been wixitine here thin week. The Stanford, Lancaster and Danville fire and roanted them alive. Mr. J. W. Guthrie, a sewing machine Telephone line is not half the time in a A. M. Galloway delivered to Hill rejiivenator, is here to do business in that talking condition and often proves a delu- - Barr, eight head of 1,300 pound cattle at ''-Why doe-n- ot President 5J cents and thirty-on- e hog. at Dn.I. 8 Buiu.ETT.of Brodhead. was t it is kept up properly? " the same price.-fBow- ling Green G.tette. here yesterday, lor the first time for -P- rofeB,wr WJugini claims that the re- Months. HKMnY Bk,oht received an invoice of -- Miw Panthea McKinney will goto oleomargarine and sent a sample 'of it to "1 8torlu'""1'l earthquakes aro a fair hia March P'edic'.. , of , llldT Orchard this evening to visit Miss leaving the mia1 Coaaecl republican delegates Annie Huchanan. impression that it was creamery butter. l Lh'KO uninstrnctcd, but they will -- Mb Gilukrt Garrard, of Manches- - Several were delighted with it and said it Joseph K. Hawley for the l'wrt ter, was here yesterday to see his sister WM the lhev ha(1 wen tbi(, winter Presidency. . Miss Emina, who is sick. Mr. A. J.Sioi.KR, leading merchant of Phil Thompson feals proud over bis Dk.IIau-ki.nBrown was the only rep- heje from liustonville, Isst Crab Orchard, we are sony to learn, has success in getting his bill to increase the resentalive night, but he had fun enough for a dozen, foiled. His ases are some $10,000 in ac- - sinking fund of the Pacific K. R. through counts, nmiy of them worthies and a stock the Comtnitee. LOCAL MATTERS. nt about $8,000. His liabilities are stated J. J. Douglas and R. B. Spencer, man- Niw pirssds, fins!, Uce and neck wear at $110,000 Too much and too reckless agers of the Henry College Lottery, are crediting did the business. at Holt 8 Lv tie's. tinder arrest at Covington, charged with using the mails lor lottery purposes. Ramsey has received her Mraa Luki.la Four years ago the position of district Neal is at last on the rack, the jury tljwers. Call and tret first choice. delegate to the nationil convention was fought over. This ln hl" caM l,avipK bwn obtained, and it is sought after and almost ,.....-V J. W. Alcorn, b-- q . . . honed ha will SOOn expiate kl. Crime, like . . I mn nn nn. .umi In vinl lh nna t nn hill illianuburg yesterday. . reti irned from .. his nsrtnprs in onili n .!, seems to ne seneraiiy understood tnat it I )ur 11 le men have been sent it ,, U'uMi nkn ... Hundler's "vfin mr M;n. ui ii k.. .ioan in rvi w. 10 me I'eniienuarr tins weeK, among mem nie D., by old Denmark, dropped a bay K tin water, who laid in jail here so long will makeacspital one Representative Behkeu: is on his horse colt, Lucius L., sired by Messenger Murder was the charge and he gets oil" Chief, on Wednesday night. Mr. Hundley est because the (jsrrard county repuhli- - has with the light eeinenc of four years. already refused $.500 for the colt cans Ignored him in appointing delegates which is a very fine one. New Orlians Minstrels irive one of The t0 the State Convention, because he voted The Virginia coalitionists adopted the the clesne-- t, uio-- t artistic and l.ution.iis for Sel(or Blsckbnrn on the final ballot, following resolution: "Cordially indors performance- - of sny troupe in their line. irB ,. will make it red-hfor Bradlev. he of President Ar- member of the Cmpsny not only ,. hoM) in.tiBation the ncaled.for thrust inR the 9 CODHl'lc0UI,v national and con- looks hm acts the uentlemnn and each made. servative, we give emphatic expression to trits to uiskf ihs exhibition the real sue- News comes from Kansas tlist Tom our preference for his nomination at Chi- cewes that they are. The audence la-- t night, although fair, was not us large as so Proctor and Sam Robinson, both formerly csgo'' Circuit Court is now in session, with meritorious a performance deserved and we of this county, had a shooting scrape last can account for it only on the proposition week. It seems that Robinson, following 291 cases on the docket, of which 40 are that the performance was too devoid nf his old bent, had taken up with a woman Commonwealth, including three for mur- smutty tilings to suit the average lover of and brought her to Mr. Proctor's house, xler Joe Redrnon for killing Win. Secrest, pretending that she was nis wiie. abbooo Henry Mucker for killing Henry Downing, minstrels. fea- - as the deception was learneu.rrocior overtand Caroline Johnson for infanticidn There were a number of excellent The singing was good and the mu- - ed them both oil" for which Robinson Pris News. ures. sic f.irnishfd by th- - gold band could not threatened to kill him on sight. They met be beaten. In their numerous specialties shortly afterwards and some words passed s the G.irnuns are immense and the funny when Robinsou grossly insulted Mrs. and savings cued many a side to tor. Then her husband drew a pistol and Francknm, Stiles, Beck and Dillion communced firing at Robinson, who fell ache. MoKINNEY! also deserve prsise for largely contributing back behind n horse, which was unforlu-t- o I hsve received a full Use of every variety of The nately killed instead of him. Bystanders the evening's entertainuifnt 7 iusecuou 01 line same. manager, Mr Joseph Gorton, is a liberal then disarmed Proctor and it is said that MIm Cynthia Carson, who la expert ln the lmI iuesi will assist me. (looli and prices fired at him afterwards, without very low, aid deserves Robinson and accomplished gentieui MHH. 31. V. TAIil.P.n, 2ll.lt McKlnney, Ky. effect, however. continued succeia. Scmi-SSttthlg 3ntcriorournaI ai-la- ...'." :l. ..i ' -.- "". kt 200-poun- d ful-Cr- cu,,,,,, """' i U. s w....v ' . ,,,..... ..... '...... v.. .n. """ ed, dmi'timi Proc-doing- MILLINERY ! AT lirit-class m. sens knob fn'r I Ii( I I .k.mntpmutof.nll decent lawyer ;,,, tor rhnrch of Sunford to transfer the ""'J'ZiL.Uvrr ""J Wanted to Change. WIN I 1 I i Hiii Somerset Of any of the goods named below yon should by all means buy them of Corner Main and streets, where uu are sure to Ik TREATED FAIRLY sill Ww Jma The cape being urged wa oM Farmer Clnxegrip th. a railroad eompiny fur damage euntained in a collision. The old man' lawyer wa making h piti-fi- ll appeal to the jury "(untleuan nf the jurt," in Mid, "jint l'kic iikii the true, liurifHi. face of 1117 client, and he had been fatally wounded HUppooe think of thecal blow that hut loving wife am) little innocent children hve to receive; but thank Juaven, it wax not m bd a that Unto'' how he mut hate fullered during IIkhc Jong daj of hi ill. how the heart Mricken Pomrinion of lit hi- - life fell when they brought him home, brili-e- d ami mangled. X. w lell me, lull lli" poor old in mi go down to hi grave a manned and iitlplt-Mie m- w .lionta. me aid from the catife of hlHictiim'" During thN delivery Cloxegrip a noticed to be Tery mueh agitated, and rising m the Itwyer Qnodied he pohlied "Judge, once hit break in' in, but I mut lime-beaten -1 ok." h SOUMLY: "1 didn't know it mrm hid a- - it air till w ; ai ' I t ' the ge ileni o tin hi "Oo on;" commanded thf court. I'll I I'll ' Y II n ," hrr-- l.i i.inl a?" a k.il hiHbu.or - Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, ntid jiide MolasSes, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Hope, Canned Goods, and Fancy Grocc ries "Jd generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, "Ho?" Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, hf Axles and some Shelf Hardware, bf Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and OPERA HOUSE, Cigars, Spices, ('an dies, Nuts, Fruits, &c, and all at VERY Low P. WALTON, Proprietor PRICES. Country Produce Want-ed- . 'i0 &. jor a It i neMlle-10 "Jut Mie tbrm lugerx oil the nilioil few dollar mure make it a lh..i.nd o' five hundie'; wont yr, judg.?'' add thai tl,. didn't, "Let' xtM!" he remarked to a dialer 011 Ctiatham Mrret, "httvn't toii a brother in the clothing biixiiit-- n in Cincinnati" .My JJrudder Mwm vha "Oxactly dere." "And how i he doing?" werry ImiI. Moee vha not der uian tu fiee opportunities " "Yhell, ven dot flood came Mourn idiould pten in tier rudder coat and joot pea-iiebut he vha left. Ihrn vhen der riot took blace MtiHtH nhouid peen atockid up luit gun und piuiolK, but he hadn't no ninth a a trigger. Mo. en vhax on bin I e vlua "vha. 10 der iKjorhoui-e- , all Street Newa. -, bTAMOKI). KY W. . - Hire of StKi BU lit ami itte M ef try PeatliiK Wpa<y, Include gallery. MO Keaxonable ratei tu tced ntlmtkuu. A&iitrtt as aboru. yMdBcauiey una ucu n" ; I month. Tbla merely iquallte.1 tbe clau j gg i'WMUlu M j'.IIIlUI VMM VMruu t'M.lLUI . a"r - INTEKIOR JOUENAL, STANFORD, KV., APRIL 25, lSS.-. SUPPLEMENT. Printers' Errors. o( lve A a rlaiw, the manipulator. truthfully be called the beat (and may world, and withwrti boed men in theVlTV frw witnlde out nlliiic"t r Jfill, tlionllt-under of the Hade know ihe eve a faint which h lalnr or nf ihenkdl, oare mid pati nre rreciiuM t a prime A'ailute Milillo approbation, enei.til and bow vr little i done in the way of properly prep. red aaiintanoe "C-pa ifretil deldeialliwi and rarely rec.'ived. That which m ml ed 'fjHl" i often the ruerne. It ihv In? fir to the eye and The Mlron doe yel blind l the If he what he ne-lll know enc'ly an da. uo 'he tif'jert they way b nd He linle intler rv rel ote. b ti.g In h' ot the art lend l" le d him Hi airnf mid il.ma d iuiHwibilitie. inn been trained in the ui'ii" a Jul Ulaller of letiein. He know nothing of "Jiiniificalioir' except that he Mievr he ha it in the lame! nene to (jive tlie print-e"(mrliciilar fit" wnen nil error i found. Why pica and nonpareil ran not in be made to chime like notfn of mu-i- c of bevond hi idea ot eternal fitne nvittei. According to bin viewn to it in the moat cimple of undertaking and work oil" one hundred Met, wiike up , in the moat unron-ablpHRe', "i"re or ehort pace of time. out the vial of thoir Itefnre upon ibe bead of the print-- r, it wrlh am-idmibl le well for men to MUe andSome- r be U to blame. how much readim; we have where in our met with the nlRtement that any old piece of Monaic work oontainine a few humlred piece ia exalted to thekieand pronouncIt required patience, no ed wonderful. doubt, probably tante and etudv, but (carrying out the drift of the article rind) how very little in eoniarion to the ten ami hundred of thniHamh of till more "Uni der and minute ptriicle the printer to make up A paper or 10 handle book. Take a Milld pane of the Cabinet It contain M'tue 27.000 hk an example. "eim," or about Sl.OOO letter. Thi in known. greatly moie than any Mo-a- ic And (hey bad to be placed without any 1 x hi mi.-capti- nec-ir- vt-r- d. r fix-lin- e ' lei-n- y or nandKiperini;, a could le done in the delicate work of table, chair or picture Taklne thin a a banin, calculation in pany aa to the amount of tyie n oomp'vi-to- r I and lew during bin hour of daily labor in di'iribtitinn ami nettim; Kn it in alno to conceive bow much little fragment of meinl will l I p out of place, how a letter or iqwce Hi.iy he dropped, a word 'iwlled incorrectly, a pmt b wronc, b eiMt will creep III despite ot all Care alnl the il public lie otl'rajjfil t the ''icto cnrrl'Hnea' od Mmmlilr of the priiHei!" KrrT- do occur. e mnt admll, but they are ftbuloiiitly uiiontuuiou when coin-mrif iheir lnMni; made, ami in chnc Ik oVk and pni--r are iihjiiiiiiii nl to the Cnrref tneH of the crafl, their evlftne of touch, education ami nevat d er reainK vilinre We write nut thin tor the rrift They pr c icilly anow the 'ru'li of our word It'll we do write (or multitude of rulidrra and with the h- o- I hi I the iaiple we liave uiveti mar open their even to the ureal injttellcp done to lh- ae win, "with their noe jn the iwce kox," uhI ol Ilie way iheir live- - for the Uoiiral' l'rinier' t'atii world at lariie net. Mr. Clarence Wood planted a few bnK eleof arlichoki wim ami nviliinl re tllrin at the Kite of 800 bu'hela per vr- Mr Wwal ayi there in iwUhiik lueferrnl to them bv Ikiisk, nor afiythillK no remarla-bl- y falleninc in ttieir tendenciea He rl fi the ow larne area in artichoke purHee of fattenim: hn awirie Iheie KHI-ronl libit-tration - The OttoteJ Mother. Many a nxir mother in an humble out, with no money or Mitiiin, haa otrilk'Klttl bard to feed and cloilie tier little onen, to train tlirm to be an honor to their ouuutry and t bleMiiic Hi the world. Mot wf our unefiil, prtimineHt men tame from urh Iioiiipm Our rtturchvartU are full of nucb aleepuiK uiHihem. whww hand are folded over their breU. N worldly eye evur ar the reooidn of their !(- tnly Urxl and the angrl': No tail WMinilmrntn and epitaph" mark Iheir What a repnleibillty renU Mjwn tlie inoiluT of tin iMBlr ! Life i loo nhort i lie "ii in eiiiiHiilntiHt the ihai nint wrih. The thine of thi wi-lchildren d not nlay wllh H loni; enout;H to jmrmi ih to U our hour Ih the pur nllil of ami xatetr. 'What we now n iw we iill ep lieretfter !ih giit U all MulheM ft ee MrHh t1 fulfill thotl diiiien Hk,"'t, ihit their indnetire for Hil my lie felt from chit I inn to gener-; d -- xl al ion ' I iIh'i lake anr late yearn, ami ha inleret imi iipnjon lt not likl to weep oyer IhU iipireinn I mired, Ike of in'ormatlon fewer the opinion-.i- t Mr. Hayea the more inkirrat- lion there cih to Ih f.S'ew York (iraph-i- c UeliwU of Iho for the Creaidviesy are tooouni for eminiderahle. '(,,a n ,nll U'ei(nio iiitiiiKency. My we never nee the dav when our politic will divide on a religion fjutMiion, but the powibillty Kr- w-- pre.," t It It Haye. of o ex- The pubHc in t in politic FniHl ap4arahern ex-pr- on. (lleifo -- Time. . - i'rok.Tr". Not a innle Keiituckian oiiglil U atCin tend the Dramatic Kentivai unle ciimati in aonie eiuphaiic and MtMarn-rmanner rwall the lie put out by her newviwiteri, that it wan a Kentucky mob which did the mischief. We ihall onn limit to ailvife and advoonte thin nili oy until full reiwrttioii U made -- Yei man The pople of Warren ooiinty roteil an approprifttion from the ooiimy truanurMif 51,000 par mile for tumpu Thli iiii Iwl to roada built in future. the nrianiwitioB of four ne lurnpiRe coinpiui', ami iti-- erilwl that twenty iniltMof new road-- will be oompleted thin y f i "Mr Jinn.," id little Johnny to that Kfotleiiian, wlm wan making an aJlerncHin call, "oan whlnky talk?" "So, my child, bow can you ever nk nlich a quetiniif ' "Oh, nothing! only ma nnid wliinky wa i rcn lie to tell on vmi H lie-u- he IIai.i, .irnW i Health the womt cold mar h cuml if the HUieiil will, niMiu niter taking it, keei warm in M ami -- at initiiiMi; fur athiy or two I)r. Mix ()" wahl prenerib-- n fmiiiiK for rbeiiuiilUtii. A L'Uinville tirm ell "nurill( wrneln." T.Ik of lociuiitiven ami crolone-- , that Kp the climax ef invention; dinponim,' of -- nu mmr. hired irln nml urting in itn pror nphere at tli name individual moiiipnt. -on V" ...mra-traiwto-rtrn.W-ra-rl'StW-rr Vfl?'1 jStnu-SBtch- hj ntcriorournnl April 25, 1884 LOCAL . . Stanford, Ky., l. UN. Kiprnatriln" . TIME CARD. .. . Mill train (olof North 14 Ua .all II mjiuu Hmith .12 SO p. 1 .i Norh ...... Tbe store la ootruUlot oil lUmUrl time. Solar time li liout 20 minutes fatter LOCAL NOTICES. M r. u 101 a. w a M A. M u Hot Paikth of IVnnr A HtKK". A McAttnter. IiANniunns (iHnlni cTiln m Mcltolwrta Lanuiiktiih Garden McAlinter'n. A McAIInter nolo itKi-ntf- Hred at IVnny A Joh. Haas Hog Cholera Cure. Penny Cume your account with IVniijr A Mo AllMer lj cmIi or note. IlHAND new Mock of cYcry thlni; in tlin jewelry line at I'ennv h McAlintrrV IIoiiHt:, caM'r, xlicfp nl"' I'cultry low. tier for le ljr McHoturt A .Singh. New dlic!f of rrad tniied paint for pring trade at McKobert A HliggV Watch iw, Clocka and Jewolrr repaired and wnrranted by Penny A McAHater. l'ou Bale, a new upright,.!. A C. Kfrcrier piano. Appljr at I.NTf.llloK Jol'ANAL office- Soltlra. Jtagg. Sr.w and full ntoclt of Firliiix Tackle of varirty juat rrcvirrtl at Mcikbert A Irerr concha, mlda, Ac, ua Compound Wliile I'ine. I'm up in 'Jfic and 60c Trial aire l()c Mcl(olerta A WITH SUl'i'liKMENT. PERSONAL Dk. O. If. MiHoitKsm, uf Ltlteitj in visiting lua 'iisuentii. Miw Mattir Dimmum: ia vialting MIm Annie McKinnt-and othr-- friend here , ICrv. W. I) Hnoi.i: and wife, of are the guiwlii of Mr S. i. Mjrero. Mr KngiV i an Kiironp.lian and ireM-lin- l at the Mrlhotlist church last tils lit r r LOCAL UATTERsT 'a I.ylle'a. i A ar.W line A of men for hat at Koht. S. Appljr at lliia (lVi organ ollice. A Nr. !, tore. thia hit uf ahora at the grrat bargain little one, The Iktrkioh Journal haa n iiit. Clothlmi Dajr. Kay at Geo II. Rrace A CVa.' A Co.'a Don't forgrt Ilruce Next Saturday. Clothing All Trdt. kinda of lumber in the rough at mj U. K. Wraten. No profit will le charged on clothing at Ilruce A Co'a , Id morrow. Cahhar and tomato planta now ready and for aale by iUrriaon (iirrna, of kiln dried, boltfxl rue,l juat received at Ilriithl A CurranV. A CAK-LOA- Tick celebrated one dollar O.s'i: hundred tlmiiMixl 'T.nrl .Shirt" col t for ninety centa at llolit. S LytleV kihiia of wanted A T. Nunnellejr. Slanfoid. IIk spring lot ol Itolh kcxm jurl received AlS H. 'Mr llrc''hcra for Shank'. Don't forget th day; lo morrow, we will not charge one rent profit en olothing. (Seo. II. Urnce A Co. ; Don't fail to ee tbe atyliah at ill' liata juat opened at the great bargain atore You can aavefl on each hat. J The cancer doctora did not find thia a cry green field and they lefi tuinua their "apecitnena," umbreilaa and watcher. We hare the Iareit line of hemp, cotton, yarn and Ilruaae la cnrpeta ever ahnwii in thia market. Kdmiaton A Owrley. t Wantrii A reporter at Lanenater. We aiiiK)'o the one we had haa killed himaelf with liia own medicine, aa he hia not boon beard of for two wreka J. C. IIumiirk, on of the late T. C Huinbernf thia county, waa adjudged a lunatic a' Lincaater thl wek hinl ,r dered to the LexniguHi Aylum. m Spfciai.ty data work like a charm. We don't mukeany money hut muat clone t out the atock. Clothing with-ou- profit and don't Ilruce A Co forget it. Geo. II. J mnra meeting of the democracy here will be enlivened by a aj eech bv Judge M J.Diirlium, who will addretH tlio people at tlio Court-houa- e at 'J r. M. There ought to be n big lurnnut. I.AM paying particular attention lo foreign nnd doiiR'xtic fruiti', and the public will (ilwajH find mc aupplied with a large atock of freali orangen, bananaa, lemona, and green apple, which I am felling on the lowest poaaible margin. S.S.Myera. " road-be- d The of tlio Knoxville llrancli of the L. A X. ia now laid with heavy ateel rnlla, the gap having been cloa-e- d thia week. An incrcano of apeed is now in order nnd we learn that the aummer achedule will be ull thu faitet nun wnntr. The entire Just rectdveil at J. W. Hayden's a large invoice of ladiea' and gentlemeu'H line cuatom made ehoea, made on all the different laaU, ro hu in prepared to tit nil feet from the lowcat lo higheat instepa in town, all of which have been marked t at rock bottom pricea Mrs. Kate Duddeiiak, having aecured auitable room in Williamiburg, will open The binglc crar.e ha aluinai driven the gold dollar out of circulation There are Kirn lot of Cracknel. Lemon Wafera, Iraa than four thouaand gold dollar piice A line Stock Farm lor aale. riltistc-uno mile now ., DaU nl ilnlianl, Tea at T It. WaltonV t New 'n the vaulia of the Sub Treasury In liottum. (rali teruia iiitlymuch of llio land rlrrr W Jaino, Crab I'nr l(l, Ycrk. There are rcaerved for the (Irclunl, Ky,, or to iiijiclf t Karoitn National An elegant line of Jitdiea' and genta' fine, lie of Government Paymaalera at foreign Dank. .1. It. OII'MMIV. ciiatom made ahoea, uat received by Kd atation. and within two month, paal len 212 1m I.i. T.C. number. miton A Owaley. thousand bangle Genda made applicatiors Oru but year'a buaiiiea. muat be cloaed for the oln and were aent away disappoint- Dress-Makin- g; ! up. Thoae Indebted lo ua will pleaae take ed. 5 A hundred pair. of arolea have been ennotice. Kdmiaton A Owaley. I bare aaaoclateil with me In the -ATgaged from Fairbanka A Co., by the Kev. limine., MIm Klla Hinlley, a tery arroiiipllihed H II.HiiankhIikh received hia atock of Henry Morg'.n, to be placed in the police Uily in that line, anJ hare fitted up roonu In my apring and aummer gooda and hia atom ia atationa and ward oflicea of the Aaiociaied relilence, n hero I lioo all who wltlitour terrlcea will call on ui. fatlifictlon and perfect llta guar chock full of them. Otll and examine, t Chariliea, Boaton, for Ihe protection of the antecl. Hug-gieJuaTl.v. A big line of Carriagea, 211-poor who buy coal in amall quantities He XHH. (IKOllUK JIY KItS. Hurreyr, Iluckboarda and Kond Carta chargea the public weighera with being tbe Druggists and Booksellers, and nil nt bottom figurea. Iiright A Cur-ran- . toolaof tbe ilealer, and that the middle ! : and poorer claace of Ilnatnn are cheated The Lebanon Standant asy tbe total out of $50,000 every year in their coal hllla. ay Lower Thau Ever Before! coat of probating the Phillip will, Irani", A Hartford man haa jual pntenled a I baro Juat received aud opened up a complete milting an ratale of a little orer $100,000, Uowla, wblth 1 am device by which beautiful and aubatnn and dtilrchl tok of Bjirlng my ellliiK atrlctly accordion to lot propoaltloo, waa nearly $.10,000, tiiil carpet are to be made of piper, and neniiiuina-- on uio im uy ol April. Jt'ixiROn'iLKV ndrertiaei that he will at prlccifiower than the cot of common My Prices on floods Surprise nil that hold a cpfdal term of tbe Lincoln Court matting. The new fabric even recm to ittft mj More, May 0th, for the preparation and trial of have qualities entirelr aupcriur to ordinary And Iber go awa7 perfectly follillcd lb.it I am tell- piilr and criminal care. The inventor claim that it can nil? C'ioui al i'ier prlrx than iny o'er urouKht carpela, ueiore. now m me iraae: at inn uutineai it only a: CVs Hal Dat lat he doctored aoaato rcaiat water, firo and a matter of dolltrt tnd ceutt, come ertrybudr and Urn II. IIhi-ctnarr a portion oi tue grana oarxaina. innecla without losing any of tha aoft Salurday reaulled in the rale of 6.1 hata. ItetHCtfuIlT, IIOWAieit, If. Crab Orchard, Ky 212-m common to fine woolen carpela. Next Saturday, April 20, will be Clothing I)jy and not one nickle profit will lp The moat admit anitiBglera In the world charged. (American homeward bound on Liverpool coun-try- . Foil atyle, beauty ai.d grcefultiefa, alenmohip excepud) are theamugglcra of the St. Golhard Tunnel, who carry tobacco nothing can excel the elegant, new PROPERTY FOR TAXES. hollow loavia of bread, and coflee and fhric thin aeaaon. They can be in jewelry in hollow cabbage, peara, apple, ON MONDAY, MAY 5TH, 1884 found in all the fashionable and brooming ahadea of color, either in the lateat plaida potatoe. whtelbarrow handle and hedlead County (ourt day, I will wll at pulplle outcry, leg The cuatom-lion'rjfiirer do their for laiea the folluwuig propert) T or eolidp, at J W. Ilarden'i. beat, but crnfera that the women uiuggleia Alexander. A. J, "2 nrrea knob land. 70c, W, . I lul at illc, Jin's ".' AtniiKNTAM.v isnoT. Iliram I'rout. by reaaon of tlieir keener wit hiuI more vo- laldwell.llenj , J'acreaon.MIIIilKf Cxiley, Neal'tlreek, I 70, lSo, ,urent MeMnney. fornierl) of tliii county, i ow an engineer on luminous garment are often tco much for HumanII. Matt. lot l on (ircen Ulver, " II . m arre llucn, tl HI, " them. OS, Fletcher, A. H , 8 terra on (Ireen Hirer, the Ij. A N., accidenliilly eliut Una (iill, (IikkI, Nancy, 30 acre-- i al Turnerirllle, 2 IS, " engineer, while ahooting at a tafget A Once Notph Heacty. (illnon, Jaclaon, 10 aires, Mllledgrllle, 1 4, " DEALEK IN Mr. tlnanam. lien I) . lot at Mllledrfrrille, 2 00, " at Ilaxel Patch thia week. The ball enwife of Judge Goldthwaite, a lloiitton A l'unlair. lot al lluttnnTllle A 1)3. Hnrdirnre, Ho rue .Shoos, Groceries, SuddlcN, tered the body junt below the left nipple prominent lawver if the weatern coat, a llawkliit, Jot, luaircaon Neal t Creek, i 15, 'ai.'S3 Iron, Injuai. Frank, Sft acre on (ire,-- lllfer, 81 M " ailn, llxiKy Whips, and paaaed nearly through it. woman who President Hnchanan paid waa Klnx.W II., bah.SV acrea on Hanging Fork, til 18 ISiifncy WheelH, Cnne MIIIh, lor Ij iiki .VI, IlarncMH, only one he evir loved well enough lo Kltla. Janira, 20 acre on Nisil'a Creek, (1 01, 1853 Mll.Ll.NEIiV Mra. Kate Duddarar wiah-e- a the Spoken, Grille, Cliler Mills, Lap Corcru, marry, and the one of whom Alexander II. I.unifurd, Thot, II acret, Millnletllle, 140. to inform the ladiea that al.e i receiving r.oliliifon, HuL, 10 acne, Maaon't (lap, I 05 1SS1 UIuik, Stoneware, Corn Sliellcrn, Collars, 'A3, daily a aplendid line of millinery, aelected Stephena apoke n bung the mot beiiau-fu- l Ituwell,and lt.,.100acret, Mlllrdgollle, J tl 00, 183 and arcompliahed nod thoroughly good bebult, Nathan. 31 acrea ol knob Itnd, I 70, with the grealet cire, to which ahe invitea Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and lllfer, in), " woman he ever knew, and wa "worth her Vlnaoii John 60 acreaon (lr-Iium fixel inMCtion. Friday and She Cast Pamps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin RoofWrUht Miimm 2K acre. Ilustonfllle, 2 8.5, " weight in diamond," ia now living in hum- WlUhrr, Jauiea V , ltw acrea on (Ireen Ulver, Siturdy, May 'Ji and 'M, for her grant! ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. fl 63, lasij IILACKS. MO. I. opening daja and hoei that all the ladiea ble retiiemcni in Leadvillr, Col. She waa lot at Turnertfllle, ft So. 188.1 Alcorn, Clark, naienmcn j John ttrlaht,Jr. will call on her. alao done one of Ihe mot celebrated women of her Anderton Carlr, lot at JIcKlnoov. 2 25, day. Men at faabiunable watering-placHurton, t'hllllp, 5 acres at lcKlnney, 2 3, 1861 I lo order. Bland '83, raved over her beauty and varied 1 S5, 1881 lot at Tmnerarllle, Krown, Htm, MooNKHlNr.it. John Smith and John 3 Kurton, Johu, 10 acrea al lurneravllle, Onte, in 1MW, while the Carwin, lleadly, I lot at HonTilla, 7Se, 40, ' '82, 'c3 V (iorleT.i.f Ptilaakic unty; W. T. Oa. Prince of Wale waa in fit IvOtli, he aw Clojd, Ji.M'pli. 2 arret near Mi Kinney, tit 20 " en, Jack Ware anil Shelliy Thompson, of thia gilied woman and turning to Lord luril, .lohn lVarrea near McKInn y, 5 75, ISS1 '8iand 'M. IVey and Clark lCj'e and Archy Auaiin, Lyon, '82 exclaimed, "In'l he exiiuiaite" Caldell, Cph 4 tcret near Mmeland. J 35.15 " 'S3 liunn, Itichard.l lot near Mllledellle, of Lincoln, were each fined $100 and given " I Her litifhiiid ia a wn of 18SI Slate lialnit, IMwanl,10 lot near :i()dayain the I)iiiille ftr moon- - Senator George Goldthwaite, Alabuna' U. orb, llrnry, acrea at lllaln'a (lap, 21 25, IRS1 30, 18H3 AND lloiker. Anderaon, I lot at ItonyTllle, ahining. Tin lUker, who cUimed lo le moat noted McKlnner, 2 and belnveil aon, and ia the lluffuian, Jerry, I lot near MllUdgmllle. vO,SO'il18H3 'a 1 Ham'l, lot, MrConnack. from Kina Mountain, in thia county, criminal judge nf Like county, Colorado MrCormaik, Al , I lot near Mllledit'Tlllv. I 20 " charged with the aanieotHsnae, waa diar barglot near ilouy?IU, 2 'J I, '82,81 I'e'linan, Vt m Chicago Time. " llitla, Henry, 1 lot at Hustonvllle, 70c ed. lot nt HuitonTllle, 70c " A Full und cmnnloin iiMuorinnt nr ...i lliidd Doble, of Chicago, who ued to b Keld.KllMJ. " Henry, lot al McKlnner, a5c lUynolii, RELIGIOUS " crytliiiig from the Cheapest to the Finest WMtley, IMmon.l, tacie-- , Ilonyrllle, 0c Ihe driver if Dexter and Goldamith Maid, Wood", ('rale. I loi.iiar Mc Kinney. SI Suites. !; fjara. 41 iltJatk 1d1aslali " llaltaTldl nlln.. is iituivsj The meeting at the Preabyterian viiled the Maid recintly at her home, Mr. WIlhlte.Lella i'8 aiiea, HariiiloKFuik, 7 l0 " ,..c miKu niii-r-s af)A ............. h purcuases, no matter Ituitonrille, 1 70, '83 what quantity or quality you want, as ohurch cloed Ut Monday, aa prraaing N. II Smith' place, in Trenton. When Weallierlord, II 'a belit.l lotNO'.' and will duplicate whitm you can ohiiiiii . oallid Dr Gtierrarit elaewhere. llallard Hryant. ; aires on Cedar Crttk, (1 35 any nrlees , rr.irrisr i.ni..o. iiuucii. AINU buinea aiked if the Maid knew him, replied: "Itle uMiif, for 'nl and 's, There were addiiioua to the IUp your KOtil, the ininu'e I entered her atill IU1I J. J. If I acrea of knob Und, Si 9S, for '81, '83 a full assortment of Collins, Shrouds and Holies, euibrnr. . .. ( l.lljali, IHj . rea on tiat church Uat night; Mr and Mii Hen- - the aisa, laav V'.... stj UTO rOOIBS cne up to me nnd rubbed her head, I arter, MarK.arel.7 airesoii Kail I.lck, f45 7o5 " I. iiu sl... .sen 4JS..t,. uuui uusjitp anil expeilSlTC. lain Hirer. ln Orihark,t6 75, " opposite St. Asaph ten, dricka, furmerlr of Stanford. Slor- - againt my arm and face. She Ollkeriuiii A lliinb, lot. Crab Mi. Hotel, Stanford, Ky. neighed Hull Arln. 24.0 acres m--r l'vor House, SI 40 'KJ, " ling Sentinel and frikcd around the atall like a colt lluka Talrand w U .S3 a rea ou Uix Itlver 5. 'a.1. and did evtry thing hut apeak. I ued Kid tl tueeu, SOacretlnob land, 91 20 1831 L AND. S WCAU-J CR0P. 2. aomeiimra lo give her an apple, and I had (ralir, Lee, 1 lot m.A( Ks no. Hirer, on IHk tl 35, 1881. Peache are telling nl 75 centa apiece one thi time. I cut it in quarter, and (aiduer, ix Htsur, inH lot iuM.uif nil, in tbe Nw York market. (fiieal, l.t.au, put the piecei in dinVent pocket, ar.d he Hale, Mia-, 1 lol at Halls (lap, i (n, ' I Lmher l"nderwiHl cold to V. S Pet-I- n " .'Ik lot managed to get them all out. It did my Joiiba, Mana, I lot atataulord,, Wen, " :Vt at rrewcht-rtrlllel.atkey. a oumhintd hore for SlKW). I it at M.nford, heart good ti aee her. You remember fhe l)w,U),Ni 7lc V lthers, Sail), I lot at Mali lor J, Some of our atork r.iiera are refuaing 50c had an linu'iially long tail I nrd to Wallace, Vina, I lot at Manford, " .Vx0 cnl for cattle to be delivered in July. li5130 '61, 'S3 teach her lo lie down so that her tail would l.ynn. 'lliu, 1 loton lMi Hirer, nailer, l ioi on nix Hirer, 183 Thia rainy apt II ia be WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- 1 isook clear of everything aked her to Adjiua, U.S.. SOacrt-- M) 3, vriiine cents lor 1881 throwing the farmer far behind in corn knob laud 70 lie down thi time, and you would have and 1842, and other planting. lot laughed to ere her turn round and round Andrew, and I88J, acres knob land 50 ctnta for 181 At the firatdar of tbe trl annual aale Hwitch her tail kIkmiI until it wa jut Ilrown, lliynnl'a hi Irs. 25 acrea knob laud 50 centa and of Womlard A Ilrvlield.at Lexington, Ky tor lent tixl IM o, and then lie down with it extended on Ilrown, I'.lliaU'Ui. 25 acrea knob land 30 lenta for eightv heul of IxirriM wereaold for a total the cleHii atraw." 8S I and Wil, lllarklnshlp, a F ,21 iieres knoh Iilnl Jl 70lorS-3- ; of S17.0.W, averaging $212. Kauiili, halite. 131 acret knob Und Jl 03 lor l8d, AND DEALERS IN- A aingle cattle rnnchein Texan, at the Uateinan, Alex., I lot Kings Mountain it 4i tor k aim i:nris:)jrTs. head of Ked Kiver, i aaid lo contain nearIlrynnt, Aiuerloa'a heltt, 100 aires knob laud SI 'J J for 18; ly 25,000 ncrea more th.in the entire State llsil.or, Hr. II I. , in acres knjh UudiJ 05 for lfS.1, TURNPIKE ELECTION. of KIkmIu IIand containain territory. Ciiiniiilna, John J. ,50 aces knob land.' Mfurle-u- , Cuiuiiili'a, (iou. U'., SO ariea knob land Jl 5'1 for Craig, liiine A Co, bought of Ar: The alMkboldera uf Hie Knot. I.n k Turnplkn lloid Company will,, mrel al Manford i.n the 1ST )e. JmliiiaS ,61 aires knob Und $2 70 for 184 3 thur Petera, of Paretic county, 12j brrela AI ItlMV IN M.W, lal. f.iri'c lectl.i ofa Dye, 1'iuily C , UJ acres knobl.ml l 41 for ItvVI; of old corn, raied in 1SS2, at $8 per bar- 1'reildrut and Hoard ol inic. lort for i lie tmiilnK Hclaney, Jamiw, 150 acrea knob land 81. for lb8.l; jcir leiuluia,250 acrea knob laul St 70 for rel, at the hoiifc- - Georgetown Timea. U-tl A K M.NKY, I'rttldeut. 1J; Ilelauey, rranklln, 25 at rea kuob land tl 90 lor A cow in Simp'on county haa given 1862 and ISM, birth to three calve in fourteen montha, Dinner, llalllnger, 100 acres knob Uud Jl 75 tor 1888, while amthtr one recently had a cslf which Francis, Merldt, 60 acret knob land Jl 80 for If S3; meaaured eighteen inchea in hight and 1 am In receipt uf the handomet and most Farrla, iteulien, 5s acres knob Uim 1. lor I8S.I; Hooch, JaiuraM Jr.. guardian of Cral Oooch, 31 weighed nineteen pound when born. acret knob Itnd nti ems fr Hit und Ih8t; - The trading aeaon for mulea in Geor-gi- r SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY Same Riiardian of Wltr (limch, S3 inres kuob land Mlcent lur inland 13; i about over. During the aeaon about I hateerer handled, lo wtiiih I inrlteour atten- Banie iiaidl:ih ui Purali C IJ'kh h, 33 acres knob tion. lLtklucukfii utmiual care lull avletllon, 1881; Iand80ceels twentyaeren thouaand were handled, I am tine that .an examination will prove mutual. Orimith, James M for iav2otidkiioti land J2 35 f r , 70 aires It adrautt;eoii-(ile me a call being nold in the .State, the about .w .s ,s it v.i, 1. 1: ii i a ii ks, for (Irltnth. l)iid S , Warns knob land !0 f aunford, Ky. 18e.l, balance being alitppcd to the Carolina, llorli'ii, lira. V , 55 acrra knub land il. for 1S83; Florida and Alibama. Wrights Indian VegetablePills llainui, Sniiiuil A , 13'lacrei kuob laud il 15 lor 18vH, (iEOIUietow.n Coup.T. 200 cattle Houp, hMuiond,25 ncrea knohlindjl 31 for I8S3; -11)11 INCLUDING THE- lllh Hauiui, Johns'. li aud w lfe, 318 acrea knob land 5.1 30 on the market, and aold at 5 to .r) 10 lor sS; kn-land 3J 45 for 1882 head, weight 1,000 pnunda, cold at $51 10 Haggard, Allen, 16 airet 1K9S, per head; 10 head, hOO Ktinda, at $12 60; llendrlck, Joseph, 100 acres kuib Itnd i. lor If 81; Johtitcn, Arslnelh, 26 aire kuob laul :0 ceuta for t $21; III head at 21 wpanlin calvea And all' IbHS; $2125, and 7 head nl $25. Private anlea SaXetn lake in i purely ?;r .'- - nozrlp latch, Matthew I., 2! acrea knob Uud !t 50 lor 18S3; I I l)r Inir All Murph), Wui.T, 100 acrea knob land J:i 15 lor veil la. of mulea at $125 $li5 nnd $1S0 l, Marsh A Fajlkncr, 1 acre land aud mill 31 05 for The wool clip of thia Statu will prob 1883. Minks, William, 177 acrea kuob Uud til 15 for 18S2 ably nmotint lo about 0,000,000 pounda. nnd lis,i; ! The clip of the L'niled Statea laat year waa CELEBRATED Milrln. Klliibetli, 175 acres knob land Jl 15 for 188.', jiounda, anil the import ;I20,000,OUO Noland, 1' Hfurr.l acre knob hnd 52 10 for 188S; amounted to 05,000,000 pounda, of which l'rlrltt, llerry C., 12 ncrea knob land il 10 for 1831; carpet vroala amounted to IS.000,000, clothI'rUItt, Kol.t. I,., 70 acres knob laud 5t 70 for 182; SOLE ACENTS FOR ing 11,600,000 and combing 3,500,000 I'llrltl, WUburn, 19 acrea kuob land S2 30 for I8'2; the ceinuis year 1S80 the pounda. Since Pctrcy, Adam, Jr.. 33 ncrea knob hnd f3 73 lor clip hau increased by 50,000,000 pounda. 1(81,1832 aud 183!, lingers, (Iranvlllc. 20 ucrea knob Uud SI 45 for South-Ben- d Cincinnati. Cattle nre ijuiet at 2J to ISS.f, Singleton, Mis. Jenlcy, 40 acroa kuob land SI 40 5 for common to medium; good to choice for ISM. 1882 and 188. 6 to 0; common to choice aliip-er- i Nel.-on- , butchera 107 acrea knob land Si 80 for 1881; , Shelly. ous .nr, kiaiutw a,, sjuvius a.uuu lanu ?i. iui iQOi Htorkur and feeder 5 to 0 ij to and 1881; if mull, l.lltalHitli, 9) acres knob land 31 30 for 1S82 5S5. Hug are dull and continue to fall, uud 183; prices ranging from I to 5 fcr common to Tlnsley, llcnnett 8., 10 acres knob Und SI 70 for 1883; beat. Sheep are firm at 3 to 0 for Thoniit, l'reaton, 4 acrea knob l.itnl SI 30 for 18S3; 'loJd, Andrew, 50 acres kuib Und Jl 5 for I8sl; to 5 for good clipped A few I'plhoitore, I'aullua,t75,ncrea kuob land 50 cents spring lamtiH have nrrived and they go cfT lor I83C, Vaudcrinal, Stenhen, 37 acres kuob laul tl 8 readily at b to 10 eta. per pound. Khfmii fiah Siturdaja. H Tiiwdari", Thurtdaja 8 Mti-m-. and Notice ! A-- WALL PAPER I TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON (treat-makin- g McROBERTS STAGG'S a, SPRING GOODS Ol'JEKA IIOLISI-- BLOCK, u STAMFOBl. ce 1 .. siii:scii?s saj:s all-wo- ing New Goods 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 Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley I have received and am still receiv- o 1 er 1 Wi Hi HIGGiN Store, QiiuiiHmr, Gold-thwait- 1 1 'i 1 1 1 e accom-plialimrrit- a. 1 B. M, aTk 1 jil 1 VEASfl UNDERTAKER. l.a. 1 1 Iealex- in Frii'iiittire ! 1 1 ...... .. to ...!! Pnaniin.. Parlor jiinr lean flMwlttr. ... ...i.i.t Cacs, 1 1 , 1 l, 1 I RIpUT -- CURRAN j S- - , 1 GROCERS I -- IS-- TO THEJQ.ADIES HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. , vll one-thir- d l3 212-t- Farming; Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, LIVER l .l BiliousComplaints lh-.- I I H ! Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and TJ. S. Buggies and Carriages. and Hamilton a ; uoclip-pedand-- lj fVf &it7ebs 7l.n Plows, Solo Agents for Purst & Bradloj 's Sulky and Turning Plows, n n millinery atoro in that place on Monday, April USlh, under tlm control of her daugh-ler- , It ia not extravagance to piy a good Mifalva Smiley, and will ofier to the Indit-of tlmt town an elegant line of price for a kooi! nrticlt; neither ia it I ........... ...Ill h.I Snttn' a lea price for a poor ppriPR anil Hiiuiuicr imiHin.1 v, nuu mriici economy to p"? I article. X them to call and examine her goods. H Capt. II M Andrewa, a firmer, 01 yearn ofaKe,of Sumter county, 8. U., propoaea to walk from there to ISoaton. Ho will make the putney on a w.tp,er, and i confident of accotupliahiiiK it. Weaber, Wm. II lor lfxsJ, , 133 !....., '.I tt.n t.l.A.l and Hlieu their fuiictloii nie interUreil h tliriiiKi w iiWnia theyiienl Ioiiiiik hi lu'iilthl'ulh iictltu U thu uto 'llu ' itoin.ii-l- i ol Hhoit oi rilii-- i lioni other aottrcea. Thu eiipirh ilniiil.itm tomo nlao jirevcnta and , l...l..... ... ..j Wheeldnn, Wm's. hcl's 18b2; lssl; acres kuob land 90 acres knob laud 2 40 for Warren, HeleeB,8S acres knob lanl'Sl 10 for iilacks in nomcKorp, Adam. George, 60 acres kuob laud (2 40 fur '81 and '83: CI .,. Jl. for Riding and ITValking Cultivators Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; 3ffaeliiiics; .! 1882. 1831, s -- oiiiil l;ilnt,Mr.iHM.ii, i luniiiiiilm nnd oilier It v ith v. a Im ui. I 8 anil Ovaleia 1'.- .ik by all Dimi(.-.-Ih1- :illirl Uv iilnl ilV.ni-- llvir acres kuob land (laics, rriiurUJM , lor 1832 nnd '8K. Any of tho rnreuolnrf named tax ptyers cau Ht.ilooftl.0 property by ealltnt; on uiu anJ pay Ins tho taxta due and thecitt of levy and SI 40 pre-ve- ut Also Agents for Walter A. Wood ifnrvestiiig EOni'i.illy. bt.iuf;iJ, April ,T. 21 X. SlierlU' Lincoln County, JinXKl'KK, AI.I AT BED ROCK PRICES. 4 Stanford. Ky., - April nc 100,1 to, GE 0. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND THA.ISE THIS JLOItlV Dalhton, London, E ArR 102 SlIACKLEWELL LANK, 12, 1SS4. Dtar Interior: ( I thtlili.r.r George, Charley and Edward are eteadfant friends to u, for the Truth' eake, and we 615 SEASON, prize euch ataunch adhetenta to the Weened Or 1.1.3 to imdik a colt. cause, the more as we are grieved from time ChamittJn dark urar, I haodi high, weight to time b the defection of thoie we once l,M0 ounJa and la 4 jrara old ttn yjth of thought true. "And these are they like- nut. tin la of tint trlaaoil action, good In Mar lb lolin. w rltlt. and larg tdT, wild wclUhan. E. H. BURNSIDE, wUe which are town on stony ground; who, rd ilioul.lNf, hrad and nm-ll Mt on He wai lmartrd ,j (, V MubblflrM A U) of llloomln when they have heard the word immediWoll - Known ton. III., HHemlr 11.atMl. aamp place our Una This Old ately receive it with gladntsa and have no We will alto itand the Hotol Still Maintains louug Jak root in themselves and endureth but for a High time; afterwatd, when aflliction and peree-cutio- n liOSTON! ariseth for the Word's sake, imnie-diattlAN they are offended A t till for a I.I VINO Its Proprietor ii Determined that We all went to up to Bromley together, a)l,T lloaton It 1 it Shall be Seoond to no Country beautiful black, II1) meeting Dr. and Mrs. Bury at the Dal-ato- ti Hotel in the State in its Fare, bandihlgb, watloab c 'iiwVnCViKK-QjMsAsMBiBvjvV'fit Wor 10, 1879 ard Appointments, or Attenstation. A glorious meeting, with a Piest. la hi "Well Knd,' tion to Comfort of house full below the galleries and almost he lir Warrior, bk Socikty Advice Here is a piece cf dam by Jim IVirter flmtdain rjhou Fly, Matw their Gneiti. breathlesj attention. The Woods.and Hertuolli and Warrior Jack possible advice for blushing men the best ZM-IV It A ll'AKKFIKf.lh bert came back to supper and we had a and women: IlKKaaf will be roatered tu and froM t be de 1 most enjoyable time. A comical bulletin erlal arrnmniodatlnna free of fharft. Try to forget that you have arms, legs ntllrrSMOXAI. to CoramerrlalTraTelern. The liar wilt by mail from Edith, telling her experiences and feet. If you do not they will multiply alwara aapiillfd with Ike rkolrett at Bexley Heath, while bravely ''holding until, to your consciousness, they aie as hraedaof l.lqinra aid Claara. aaat m. BDaogrr. t. w. Hewn the fort" against all comers. The little numerous as the arms of the octopus and HUHDBTT UKOWN, Mark. WKRWIX'rtNl'EC'iriC, TaJ. girl gels among numerous assailants of the always in imminent danger of tying them- Mastodon Deep Sea ATrOUMSVH doctrine that "God is LOVE and nothing selves in knots and throwing yon down or The (treat Enirllslt Itemedj, ISMyr MT. VKIINON, KY. Museum else," but she is more than a match for making you do some awkward thing. Tiy I a cure for Weak MemoALEX. ANDEHBON, them all. The LORD ha made her "witer to forget yourself in every way. Make ry. 1m of (train rower, Nertoua Largest, moat Complete ami Best Equipped Convocation of Zoo-WrakneM, Kihauillon, rVmlnal A.TTOUNBVIIA.T than all her teacher'," because she has no hasty movement, but after stepping logical, Ornithological, Areuic and general Now Featu rea in tho World. UANVILLK, ICY., luifioleiicr, and (leneral lita of rowirnl the (ieneratlT Organs, Willipractice In the Court or lloyte and adlolnlnil "stuck unto His teritimonies." inside the doorway pause and look around n.4 !! illftralra Ihtt follow u a a count! and In tha Court of Arpeali. Will ExuiihtSunday, March 30th. The dear LORD for the hostess, If you do not at once see Blfora llldnj. iuenr 01 youthful lioprudeon or theeirrMol niaiurrl fr,r,i ,ucn Tr4eMarlt, give us charming weather for the closing her. Go to her directly, receive her greetJ. II. FIHir, ai I nTrral -Ijwltuda, ialn In the "W tuiK, tliiinf- of iiloi, PremaL.itw. day with Bro. Lambourne's people. Three ing and then take another quiet glance And Mailer Coiutuitiloner Itockraul Circuit ()our ture Old AKft.aud uuny other ill. services, full of heavenly blessing, crowned around to see what coure to follow to MT V1.UNUN, KY er ram that lel lo lnanltr --, W III pracllce In the IUckcaatl 5 eCollec-tloCburU In all ratrtol Ke'uile aSL i WL the three weeks' mercies, steadily and con- dispose of yourself pleasantly. Occasiona aivclatty. Offla la Cuurl-bou(IMj Waknf the rwclHc aru like 4 chtri-J- , rtorln loior fa ling vouchsafed. Ddar Bro. tinuously ally persons make the mistake in their emgltliiii lo the ere a hrllllant r. uurruAN, generous and true to the laBt moandafarkllng Ixaulr, lo tuecbr! barrassment of detaining their hostess in thery tlooomof hrallb. HTA.VKOnD, KY. After Taking. ment, and I slipped into the vestry and off conversation when other guests are com' ,l,, ' all DrufgUta at Office South aide Main tttreet, two doon abora PtfWlerwIn'iNH-clfltha Myara IloUI. home, while he was making a closing ad- ing In, obliging hertoak to be excused in ) Alw hj .;r or n aika,(e (vj k,k--f II PureNltroua Oxide (lai aj ml nil tared wkan re- luali, pon irw, in ri'i ui fre dress that might have "exalted me above creetinjr.-Ex-chan- ge. qnlred. ww run piriiriiiaii iw I'auiruiei, wnui wm u ordr to give the latUr mille't frr loeTry applicant. Addrnu all measure," had 1 remained to hear it. There lo the ruanuftftur'r. Dlt W 11 1'EKKV, were about 10 to 17 hundreds present at jit tut 1 1 to . Mont Int. Western doctors say that some of their KanutMljr. Mo. asked all torie who had night and when I HTANKOKP. KK.NTl'tKT ant all CM lnlifjrH lr I'rnny ,Mc..it-greatly in want of Iiruggtiti etrry where definite blessing during the meet- medical colleges are so received OrSte nrer llobl S t.ylU'a tore. 0(1' e bOJr I preliminary innii n 10 14 a h an I to 3 r at Anealbetlra a I of the congre- students that the ing, I think about mlnlilere.1 wn nrorT seems no atfempt examinations are a mere farce. It gation rose promptly. I make last autumn a young man, after payilagf ami to number converts of late, for with the be- that A I "nil n PRI7P '"'"'l ,r,-i- 7 hr of gjU, rreS?a IIK.U rr ing his advance fees to a medical instituwhich ginning of the eighth year, the LORD has The tire of lrottr, roa.Mtri, and more fnrjr win nnpan, 01 eunr aei, to01 more money rtrnt and flrt-t!aattend another college, lnttrn horwa tban anything away changed the programme of operations very tion, desired to To which have been added tlm year more than One Thousand New Features and in Ketitmkr will make theanr other tt- awall than workers elae In Ihli world rurlunee llon aeit.m of H'l the money be returned. atlulelr aure At once tour lallra weitdf !tanlofda dtrectiy 011 the Knob decidedly, which alteration having now requested that his found with no other Show traveling, at a cost exceeding u Half MilTai Ii A to , Auguita, Maine I.lik pike, and will be prruitltrd 10 arrre miira being refused, the youth determined lion Dollars. Tho new additions emhrace tho rarest anitaken definite and delightful shape in all This at the eatrruifljr lor pruenf I JO lh wav.n or f 10 I'arllcg with lh mare forfeit! the display great ignorance at the prelim Id Itmirr mate and inanimate biped and quadruped wonders our meetings, I proceed to decribe: To to llolaaa exrelleut brenlrr and a mre e bo found under the sun. fnal getter (lr better under- insry examination, and out of the twenty-fivinur.lh fumiibrd al 11 to recapitulate a little, for the UrillHTI Idle tare taken to prerrnt accident or etcaprw, questions put to him, answered but n I anr of present methods, it is standing but will not le ur of his rejfetion, The Largest and Only Living White Nile Hippopotimuses Ever DkSCKII'TIU1) AMI I'ktM'.KKK - Nutil y I't tbit when we began we med the three correctly. Certain black, wild amall Maraud two wnilefort, baud lulalle. In (Inclnnall, ().. and Indlaniotli, he called upon the dean next day for his in Captivity! anil tall. Seen Inch high, fine mine lny rt, Ind .dealer Kr ,Hlelnway A Mom', tcker llriav', "front seat" system not as an "anxious beaullltil head and neck eitllent houHr, bark Halura, J AC Hacher. Voe A Hon llaldwln A "mourners' bench," nor "inquir- money. He was informed, however, with seat," nor In Jliiuietrj and The euigma of scientists and the greatest of and loin In fact fault lire a auilloti 'Hwl "III Co ' (ottige, I'prlght and equate I'lat 0 rortre; his examination had Hugo, Shambling River Horses. of alao the haley, guarantee ttieredortn'l chonlnkrr an.1 Hamilton Orgiti. room," but simply as a place of confess- great affability, that ers' tbiu- healuwl Inatrumenta tuld at prlrra and lerma to tulip amphibious animals claimed by many zoographera to l3 the identical Be- a Iwlter dliwlllou, toand progeny illlUanetldeut The college been entirely satisfactory. ImarliblT lmparti hla At ion, where a "bold stand" waa to be made hemoth of Holy Writ, spoken of by Job in Bxk :: iu u manner showing that he will rn. luce err faat hoiwt when croaat trlra and lion't glte your ordera till you get ouf law suit cashed the claim only after a tanna llft:,.,.! ,... la itie leci mat for Jesus. I always had more or less of that even in the early ages of man they were looked upon with awe and on gml mares hare nothing tut a.iiu ni nit ry a sir nallan-iittimlleit colta misgiving about it, as I knew that was threatened. secret torKurnmeiid them Thla of llaoll It ronclutlfe reverence. proof that the tjwvd cornea from the tire romeof "Are you as happy now as you were all the LORD'S ways were "ways of pleas tberoldeat-bloo.lrmatealn the land ha'epmluc-f-- l Highly-Traine- d I antness and all His paths peace;" and I had before you married?" asked Mrs. Crimson- JaiUolta l.y hliu Mr Alex Johntouaai hate bandIM more of 'olby'a c.u than any man , witnessed too much of the "cold sweat" on beak. "Yes, indeed," replied the lady; ... mt iu. inn imjiiniiuii or.se.s ! .7. 1.0 From rfoa "That is 'i1'"'"' ltUrroad.tertlire. Mr Purdom haaoue llh confessors' brows to think that the process "and a great deal happier." little handling that It trull ni; hit mile In In,. Nrnuai lww.ll' Brakta ! coming forward before a whole congrega- strange," suggested the philanthropist's (nn llUr rliMinf tmraa ran Im fjun an. I . iMllaH.,..! n..Lnu.f.h. a..... of OF Mr. K 1). Nuneatiyi no mid t too long lor any I alr at Orvavaa,aak jour Uruggltlfor pleasantness." But wife. "Not at all strange," came from the tion was a "way of uui'ei JDr. OXCafVca. XV. BOO'IT'B Captured during the winter just passed in the Mimosa Foretj of Senengani- - ol iiieiii,aiiilrrerr oneola aeuer. waairren to W. C.t aold Nobby tuaJca record i & aud rtUO ItHWHtl !MflO Mt. I J, I knew not then "a more excellent way" married woman. "You see, before I was bia. An Kalr. Darelanil, Ohio, tor tt.OUO. Ifneceaiary and went with the light I had, striving to married, I used to spend half my time could gl nuiutre of tettlnionlala from tha beat horwinen of our cuntry cotutuecding Not. by i modily the greater orthodox wretchedness worrying about what dress I should wear 2 the ft forablecoiitlderallon of all loirri of good be an inseparable ad- when Daniel called." "But don't you try horeea, but will let the above aufflce. Kiamloe I that was supposed to rwiela 1 1 v l-in America. Elks driven tandem in the the bone, andtf you are dltpoae.1 to glre him jour a mnfll) lllfI'lioaphnrui nvit sinner's salvation, as beat I could, just as hard to look well when your hus An animal never before exhibited junct to a patronag t I wriguartnleo'aluaretelteil lor yourl " " . . u i.e ai -"r. ii'Vai- KeWii. lunll avat klm ,w"'w streets; performing Arabian Dromedaries, Zebras trained to pertorm mo Dy, aonnr r urturrtni inivi, n vj Jitm-- . If raiil I Ira tat- Ara u i 1!: ul.r -- T1 m4s ' bv preaching a joyous and instantaneous band returns home at night?" interrupted i..iluu v iiiri. If I'I JiriWI'llll" .. muuar. a Blllliaiotcia atwr iri I.I-.- I i'i l.lhaflMaU.I .iipukoi l .. feats, performing Five Ton Rhinoceros, Lapland Huriw .(Umia, and immediate Mrs. Yeast. a , Kor pamphlet with lull arwaViwu ui nrrpntance of the Savior "Well, you fee," went on Mambrlno. he by Imp Meuenger tlarraM iniel dle Racing Reindeer, Giraffes drawing Roman Chariots, a Gi ui 111, noma niion. if rani k nam riy a rami. OHAa.w.lcoTT M.D., K nanaOltr. Ms. entrance on everlasting life, by a simple the bride of two summers, "I don't worry g. g ilam r tlimuieiom-- n 'lain njr Vae Jr. tiCOTT 8 LXTJiH ganteau Riding Cyuocephalus, performing Den of Hyenas, SolitiT'a dam a thorougnbrel mare formertaking of the "heavenly gift" without any any about it now, as I have but one dress ly owned br U. K. Ilobloaoa, of Oarrard county. Seals, Den of Performing Tigers, a School of Learned 23o-Yonkers Gazette. thing mote than "a willing mind." The to my name." It. II. VIIO.'. Lions and Leopards. Tho Monster Performing scriptural. The method of preaching was By Telephone. Quite a Marmkd Elephant, taking the gift was, I am now convinced, novel wedding took place in Weather-ford- , needlessly difficult and more than the dear Texas, Isst night, Mr. J. M. Hudson aaaWL LORD required. I made much of "con- and Mrs. Leave, of Dallas, came to be maraaejeejV mouth," as all know, asking ried, and owing to the fact that the clerk fession of the each one who came forward, "Do you take was dead and his successor had not been Who carries upon his hack a 13and of Twenty Musicians with as much eaao as nn ordinary horse hears an empty saddle. The weight of this JeHua ai jour Savior, as best you can?" I appointed, they could not get any licence. gigantic hruto exceeds Ten Tons. did not then Bee that confession with the They telephoned to the clerk of Palo, Pinto m a had no more to do with a sinner's county and had him issue them a license; mouth llnl bay atillton foall II , brel lr Unrlet silvatlon than baptism, or the LORD'S but still they were in a dilemma. The r Jlexna.rr mf alrcl Iiunn. htant'i. I. Kr tire of Man J Mmrti, r rrcarl i !C Martrel, Supper. The practice, therefore, went on, could not get it from there under twenty-fou- r olil recoril 2'i-reeiri dm, Vrrar-s!- J Tlirico tho smallest Elephant ever een. BsairDroves of Elephants in harness flttli In it nil liearr track A' I VI Ij.liti, S Su' and much blessing accompanied this methhours, so they roused up Judge Tay oM, trial .' ZV. .Mac. e Stewart gall at of Performing Elephants; and drovo3 od of getting bouIs into the kingdom, as had lor and were married by telephone, each ol.l arm oilier iruiiiluiK ones. FACTS RECAnDINQ by the gocd LORD holding Klrtt Jam hutle hy sentinel, reorl 2 1k,4ati already been vouchsafed a telephone lo their ear until the Hie alrerif .n .trnliu, ' I M in t iniuiuttore Dr. Hartera Zrcn Tenia with previous unscriptural, solemn words "man and wife" were Y A . 1 M Klttaonlor JIUOiO, Annette, t in connection VnunKHentlnel, 'ilb. MIitikiii, 2.v;, Vhanlere. pnrl Ii tlio IlLOOn. remlaln the- II but honest service by numberless predecess-or- pronounced. Galveston News. ajti'.j (.'huI, J 31, liraml snlttiel .".'V1,. Hentl Hi" trill nnrlfY ami LIVER mil KIDNEYS, nn. UkaTonL 1IIK relit full lirolher Volunteer, I lie tire of St Ju - 1II:aLT1I nral VlOOll. I YOUTH! I it ull tl.r. j in soul saving.tSometimes when coming Han. 114 lilmter, 1 IT A I If j, 1 1j, Ilxllne, Thirty Arabian Camels in muted by native Mohnmcdmie; lii a., a ri'iiililt mi rial u an l ilti It'll I US II . The strawberry bed plionlil be cleared lallv Unix u u. lol .Hnllli inuiir. j. forward to the front seats seemed an impos-aibllitAmy, 2 au', J IU',, Drlier'.' iy,, Hunter, l :m Ha me It mark.1 I Hum, Lid i.l uiii n Kilt, ill i up, the paths boad out, and the tr'a careami a eror more In tli 2 I) i laat because of the lene crowds, I IIiiihi, iliriul lth Ilium .... ..... , rr..,,. t hi,iu!,i ni,iliulo and i im 1, In tv n mill .l.illi..i. Klttr liner iIia .la,., u..n-,,l.ir. fully removed from every position of the inrti.r,.,llr.ilit t'ont i . IJ rei r 1 Ofi J.tmrHil.l rn ir I 2 7 till) iiiind mid aiipjilli a woulu ssk cjiifefsors to rise from their seat of Mainl Meniir. 2 1" r At,. I A lit lied; ind tinier the land in very rich a aurliriiiK f&IKC Pennine toIrom ull comtilaliit inn while I put the usual iiuestloo. But all lallah. tlimlrenf (lulltmlth Mai. I. 2 II lluaali i.l. DL ttJ I C. O lliulrtix lll ilml sprinkling of Botne quick acting fertilizer In their marvelous, curious and wonderful Equestrian, Gytnnic and Acro ; JIVTIiouiimc, 2 22',, Alumni, Atxlallali I'llot DH,A IIAIITKH'H irtON TONIC a f.ili uml ptuly needfulne of "conlea-io- n was based on the euro. It itirn n ilinr nml liiallliy iumplcxlnii. t al....1 Ac. l. lt.l 11M. mever ..!... nru batic l'eats; lroupi of Contortionist, wrestlers, Holler hkaten, Club Swing- Ac, I The tlr.iiuriat l. .iliunn) in tlio ulue nl Kit inii with the mouth," as in same cort a sine fju, r"uu,u " Tli In lam lr Rel Jacket, (aire of tli ilam "1 II I u'-- i liinv 'luMi la Uml Bicyclists, Unicyclista, Tricyclists, i:c., Trape.a Performers, In- Kcnlhiky Wllaea.2 21 anil tlin urnii'Hmo! , .Si ho, at Mir - "mowd from the patha that are suitable ers, ciilinlcrfi Itlnirluiti only uilOnl ii iiciuiuar non to a genuine comini; to Jeu for alvaIt) u( tin orU'iii.il lr Jim i unit atl ilnlni Iu iillu 2 17'a"Htil Ceil WilLet, sire ol l'MI Tlioiui-on,r tranpor ting olioiild If planted at once dian Jugglerfl, Antipodeituista and (ilobestriaus. Jtur Ewers' Australian All-Sta- r tllill'it CXpul lllll i.l Kit till OllllllMAl, A.NU HtlT tli aorrpt rernil. froin M rttjnl. 2 21 l.j f oinM, Ii) Mierniati .,uw linil . XVllaAi bit lllj. Those who grow strawber iu a new bed Jhtn ymr iiiu.mi llwllr llnrter Mexl Co Circus, with many now and strange features peculiar to tho country from I. the aire ol ernnni othr-- k IUwL, tlie t. kol aqhiM.it. mlilreulo iur jieuM XUUIL. ' bouIh do a verj disagreeable .1 making poor than Allen nnl many tritien. lie.) lullul lii. I'jI loljrmntloo, IimJ ries only fu,r their own eating are very which it derives its muno. JJaSrKoyal Japuncho Circus, under tho immediate I't'ailaiu uaaalrol liy ii half lirotlier to niack HjhIc lilies:, after preaching a "way of pleapant Jika-IIron Al'XauJur'a Alulallali are Loth lijr Dn. HAtnr.n'3 Ann Tonio 13 for Qale or au Senlltivl mi to neglect to et h new bed in time supervision tho Mikado and comprising Troupes of Bam- Kvulrli'i llaiutiletunlati, the Kraii'laira ofMnul '"iiooibtw dcaui's rvcnrwHiRr. net"?," I was often staggered by the fact that 2 lti, 8t Jiillcn, 2 It1,, No oxtra churgo for seeing H.. 2 10. boo Bulancers, Sword Walkers aud Equilibrists. nodded th head (which to take the place of the old one. Ac , anil ia tliealrcofllexter, 2 IT',, Nettle, 2 In those who simply all the Circuses. OraiixUlrl,2 20. Oeorue Wtlkr-- i, - 22 ami thirty Gen. Jackson fought a duel in 1800 three out of four did) got along quite a fillnri, with recorilt of 2 30 ami heller MeeaetiKer world-famou- s Among our many brilliant Star Artists aro to bo found tho Chief I'llot, aireof riilar.l. well as those who rmpouded audibly to the with Cbarle Dickinnon. The Litter had names of MADAME DOCKUILL, tho most fearless and dashing Equestri- 2 It'.,:ernt alrwl ,y AMallahrrronl,2 Itiil Jim, J.jrpar-ol- d ?, lit ilam ia & to pome disparaging worda of Mrs. Jack- In Oan. Oeorwa II lliutiui, lire of ' question I put. This .1lear me Um flearcU the . u htiitt'i Thomas, 2 21, hy Mainlirlno Mfticnxfr.slri' enne in the world. MISS EMMA LAKE, tho Queen of tho Sido-Sadd.. ... a men wa- uiuru Hon, wnom uen. jncKfon nau married un scriptures nlresil Bliu i Mr. KOBEIIT STICIvNEY, of l.ewlrnkl, 2 2,1, Second ilam hy Jituiiitirinn Chicago lady whoso namo is synonymous with success. ilfinl clear! taught that "with the he.trt man j,ler the belief that she was divorced, the tho world's acknowledged champion bareback rider, goncnil uthlcto ami tho fhlil.alre nl U-l- Thorn. 2 IS', Wm others Mam brlno, 2 21, Maiiilirlnu I'dtcheuntiil was lor me court of Mercer county, Ky , having dis Napoleon ami Kni;llalt Thlnl i in hy believeth unto righteousness, THK O.XIiY LINK HUNNlNtl universal genius of tho Arena. MISS JENNIE EWERS, n most intrepid ter, Ac. (JIlrenlersImp.lllohierve that Alxliillah Hunn lolved the marriage. Dickinson retractulnner, while "and with the moutiiconiees-ioIs uenrly full hrother to Muii'l Mi'teiik--f r, Mr. CHARLES EWERS, tho celebrated hurdle equestrian horsewoman. ' Cars! 2 20, Hint told 1,000 for M.UOO last is made unto salvation," wa for the ed, but afterward there was a word quar- and marvelous master ot tho horse, with his entire world-renown- ed Austra fall; tuuy ham for airn ami granJam; his dam h ami mhh saved. This rel in which Dickinson charged Jackson AND 80I.ID THAINH liettcr hreil "higher life" of one already lian Circus Celebrities and u host of others, whoso names would fill this entire getter ami n than Mtud'a iltiii. Heist turn loal horse of line style and carriage. Ho1 when I dis- with falsehood and cowardice. It was in page, the whole forming an uuequalled stellar collection. cove me nlmcst much relief as will mud the tea ton of inn at Charles Dunn's LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO was for the the duel consequent 2' mllei from Htanfiird, on Hush llr.ituli pike, nt on this the killing wa. covered that "he that believeth" H.'.l I'll I.N'Sl'Hi:.! I.IVINU t'Ol.T. GRA1-T- D M'Krut, Notick. l'asseiigcra irom the Knox. sinner; "and is baptized" was for the faint. done. . Tllle llrancliof I,, a N. It. 11. arrlre In LouliTill .., "What i:.,,i n( onUUC ,.:it IUU tHBVO already coniesseu ion Also will stand a I have used to "corner" me on that ni.iva (II TTIIi In tluio to tako thee'eultig train of tho "ilouoo Conglutinant Convocation of Nations I GsfirSix Bands of Music, Glorious, Itoute" and xo throuiih to and others with your steak?" asked the waiter of a A is text, which clearly teachea, if allnon for the diner in a restaurant where the condi- 100 Cages of Rare Wild Animals 100; 20 Golden Chariots 20; 10 Open Dens (JrcencaBllp, Cnmfonlrvlllo, Lnrnyotto to of Wild Animals 10; tho wonderful Polyphanoua Polypheniiiia, or Great sinner, that haptism is mineua nml Chicago nltliout change 1 ments were erved with the orders. "If Accordingly, when 67T(IXsriti:. J M Halt taya he houijlit Steam Orchestrion; 100 Cisalpine Choristers and Clavichord Performers 100. some niul"i In the neUhhorliood where In. tuadn a TIMB TAIILK method of I began on a reformed uplifting of the steak is as tough as yesterday', send teaaon and they were good oma and lie has tho HTA'IIONtf. bnni. rnti rinc an Dally. I Dally. i. Scissors, in a couple of circular saws," A Dazzling, Gorgeous, Glittering and Exceedingly Beautiful reputation of beloK a good hretiler. O: Wl'.V.V. other, gave Address IT. Lre. IJultTllle 7 10 p m 8 (G m the hand. This, like the my last report of HUnford, Ky. Arr. (Jreeucaitle I 01 a in 2 01 pm results, as witness It was a characteristic remark of the Sianxl Wo exhibit everything wo bill. We keep overy proraiso wo make. CrawfordaTllle... 2 OS am! 3 01pm annual Ingathering, under method. I feel blunt old Quaker Adorns upon finding a We advertise our day nnd date, and keop it. Ouo ticket admits to ull of our Ifiyi'tte.. 8 III a 4 VI i m American Chicago .,. 7 SO a 8 60 pin I followed myproceeds of the year a woric lady in the deepest grief, six months after United Shows. Two Grands Exhibitions Daily. Excursion tickets at Dy McsaeDger Chief; dam by Alcalde, (lire by Hy-li- t. aure the net 2'i, Enlguia.2 ldSI at Day, 30. Ac, The all direct Iu Wlsconiltt, illnneaota, .itwt.inl hr two. as far the death of her husband: "So, my friend, rates on all roads to seo tho Big Show. Como early and stay Into. will 2mike, the mason of2fl Fancy Mr. Lea2 Veager'i) can, tomott polnu route, with only one thanlow of wouia nave at iu been I see that theo hasn't forgiven God Almigh- Bring your family and invito your neighbors. Room enough for all. "I'rOTldence NelgbborhooJ," Danrllle, Ky.. at Nebraska, Ac. For further lufonnatlonaUdreM ai.commeurable results MUUKAY KKLLKlt, O. P. A., ,V.J,1. tlSToIiiiuro. Will also exhibit at Uampbellsvillo on Friday, May 2d.-X9- fl computed. ty yet; for taking thy husband." EoulMllle, Ky SU'tl (Continued neit Imus.) letter to the iNTrmoK Journal wan written the dear Wood boj ciuie round to tea Satuiiuat, Mrch 29. By the time tny y How She Cot Ahead of the Dentist. An amusing incident occured in Colum bia. The dauuhter of one of these illicit distillers went to a dentist in that city to j hBTo ThcT wcre four eeih extraclcd. and big ones, too, so the denback teeth, tist induced her to take gas. As she hap pened to be an extremely pretty buxom las, the dentist could not resist the temptation to Me.l a kiss for every tooth he extracted, while she was unconscious. It happened, however, that the girl was not a much "under the influence" as he supposed when he kitsed her, and she determined to "get even" in a novel manner. Before she left the office she said she would send the money (?2) around in the afternoon, as she had left her pocket-booat home. That afternoon a griztled moonshiner, who stood six feet in his stockings, and who had a dangerous look in his eve. came into the dentist'ii room and pre with a paper, in sented the tooth-pulle- r which the young woman had charged him SJ for the kisws, and after crediting $2 for the dentist's work, had witten: "Pa will rolled the bilance. $2." The den'ist izd "pa" up very quickly, from the six shooter in his belt to the bowie knife in his Philadelphia bootlee. He paid the bill. The Acknowledged Largest Show now Traveling Hv 1 !' POSTED! CHAMPO R3?'l.yp3BBH. ! BARRETT -- & CO.'S - NEW UNITED MONSTER- RAILROAD SHOWS Tlili notice forewarnt hunters, fiihermcn nuj tramps not to lri"mM(iti our lands without WT AjB. as all mien sets urn llabluto li prueuilid to the full utentor the li Signed Hlanlord, Ky Much 17th, IBJI I). McKiltrick. llm.lW M. McCorwack, II. T limb, a. V Carpenter. K ltel.l, V, intnnp, l(. fobd. Levi Hubble, 1' 1). Hhixlrt, HlFKliii Krllr, II (t A J K mr, W.C MiCortuaci, M II l.ylle. U J. Carlrr .1 lllll, J V. Weal lirt ford, I. Wino), (' Wm. tlurlon, J. A HurrK J H. Murphy, V. Carter, !'. J. M. Hill, Kd Carttr, J, It. McAllitrr, T J KoMtr J. 1) J unit", T, M White, .1. (J .MonttfunierT II. I. Mar. uiii, Mm. J J..Motilr. Trn tine lnirtrd Nornun Mulllnn, will m.iks tha (21: lyn at M. toltaj," IV, uillra from Stanford, Wrar, at "I'lnk MYERS HOTEL, and its Imputation, AT THE STANFORD. KY. Propr tf Aquarium and Circus, Menagerie, of Inventions! World's -- ATLA.Wj X-V-V, Ji-T- ho 1 Lini-bourn- e, , AI MfTHURSDAY, Olff rr T1A TmT f TT AttonmyAt n. 9 ui lee HUIKIUON DHNTIHT, HIT 1ST, 18S4 J I ir Jthnu tt: r 1.'wO-I- HRro two-thir- d . Many Enormous Shows United in One! NOBBY! ' jr Will-know- 1 i(l 1 la 1. II. ltalchviii &., .., ! 1 A Troupe of oughbred If ICcntiivky Thor -l iiu SUFFERERS ii.i, uu... lTi A DROVE MAJESTIC GIRAFFES, I 1 I jaJtolssixaJLctxi Babiroussa COCAJEEFilRON ' - 1 ;'- """." ivtl'.' rll fu-- ,t a 1 I 1 u uin-uie- m :x::e:r,:5s::esi Iens of JLivinj;- AbilalIahJMossoiigor! Lr IRON 1 i TONIC jf Ten s streets! Wild Aimual.s Ojcn in it 1 1 2- I J jii 1 n"u. .. J'inl ..-.-- .- lor-na- n, r 1 itraDL-HUD- y 1 ud tlsliT-ln-lilu- lo, Louisville, New Albany Railway. i Pullman Palace .. ,,.. OUR STREET PAGEANT ce n. GOOD MUIiX: JACK nt """ MESSENGER PRINCE., 111 111 .,..., " "3jV:'