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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884050201 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 H VOLUME XIII. CRAB ORCHARD, SV. III Intefinf STANFORD, KY.t FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1884. COUNTt. SonttmL NEW SERIES-NUMBER 247. fc Laurel County Democratic Convention. The meeting of the democracy of Laurel M. Howard's headquarters for at London, April 20, was called to order by Civil Engineer and Surveyor, cheap goods. (lo to K. W. Jones' drug store for best the chairman of the democratic county IIAl.LS (lAl', I.IN(0I, CO., Kl. W. P. WALTON. committee, E. H. Hackney, who atated the brands of cigar and tobocco. Two dogs have been killed in our town object of the meeting and explained that a I fuliUaluut Tnetilnv nl Friday, this week, supposed to have had hydropho- vacancy of two mndelt necessary to Gil the VST Lower Thau Erer Before! bia. They had every symptom of the dl same in the county committee. Andrew VPPTU31 83. OO Jackson waa then made chairman of tho ease. I have Jmt received and opened up a complete For the caah you can buy goods of W. convention and John Pearl reeretary. snd destratils tick of Bprlng Uaodi, which I im Whea paid strictly Id advance. If wi have to The following rsonH were selected by selling strictly accord I un to my last proposition, M. Howard for 5 per cent, abivo coat and wait any time, 93.50 will m chsrited. Too lieKlniilng oo the lit dsy of April. Too carriage. He will lake pleasure in allow- the chairman to draw up resolutions: M. Mr Trices nn Woods Surprise ull that T. Craft, Kobert Jackaon, Marion Walker, ing you hia bills. Democratic Contention, Visit My Store, Our Dramatic Society have changed Smith Young, W. It. Jones, Etiaha Ik.w-linAt a meeting, of the democrat of And Tilford Young, John H.Jackson, A. ing their go away perfectly tatliftcl that I am sellgoods at lisrr prlrei than they ever brought county, held nt the cotirt-houa- e in tbeir next play from the "Mock Trial" to L. Keid and It. 1!. Craft, who after retiring Wlore. Mow tn the trade. Ai this business Is oulr Those having too few are especially invited to tho Great Bargain Store, the town of Somerset, Ky., for the pur- the "Kent Diy" and will produce the latter a matter of dollars slid cents, come everybody and one dollar will go as far aa two elsewhere. reported the following rtajlutioiH. shsre s portion ol the grand bargains. We of eelectlng ileleRatea to atteiul the in about three weeks. IT. 31. HOW A tin, WliKHKAS. We recall the bitter exneri- Hsrctfullf, Hiram Hiatt had foui sheep killed by in every particular and warranted as reprusontgiaV 212-- 1 m Crab Orchard, Ky. Our goods are first-cla- sa HlaU C invention to be held at Frankfort encea of past defeats, brought about by inday of May, 1SS 1, the following dogs last Monday night and he givea no decision and wavering measures and beuo matter what you may hear to tho contrary. All we aak is for od the 7ih proceeding were had, nl,er the object of tire that he will hereafter kill, any Jog he lieving that now, of all times, democrats you to come and judge for youaselvea. Our the uieetenc hating bten alaled by O II. finds on his plac without hU owner. We looking to party success and the prosperity of the country, should Ukea decided stand, Waddle on; of the count Executive Coin wish him success; may he take many lie it therefore PROPERTY FOR TAXES. scalps. rutltre: lleuAxtd, the democrats of Laurel Alfred Haley's houe with all of hia ef county in convention assembled, that we ON MONDAY. MAY 5TH, 1884, Judge John H. Kemlriclc was unanlinoiia-lCounty Court day, I will soil at public outcry, fecta, was consumed by fire Sunday night. denounce the present high protective tariff called to the chair and Will C. Curd tur laics, the follow jug property. The house was nearly ready to fall in when as a most odious and flagrant system of tax- Alciander. A. Hecteterv. I81; iu)Ked to promote the interest of a Caldwell, W 1 lot It aires knob land. 70c, lhi For Men and Boys has commenced to como in and it ia certainly elegxai at MllledgeTllle, il OS them barely ation, Whereupjn, the chairman appointed the the family awoke and some of .workmanship and finiah, and the prices aro very low. favored lew, by imposing burdens on the Duncan, Matt, I lotat McKluney, To cents. " following named gentlemen aa a Commit-te- e escaped with their lives. The tire origina- wants and necessities of the laboring poor, Fletcher, A. 8., 8 acres on Orren ItUer, Id's, " MllledgijTille, 1 and assert that all that a government takes (Hlnon, Jackson, 40fres, Mlllcdxenlle, 2 4 I, " ou reaoluiiona: 0. II. Waddle, 0. W. ted from a defectiye flue. 00, " Hen I.,1 lot at out of the pocket of individuals in the way (Irssharu.A 1'urday; lot at lluilonvllle 3 90, " Houston Mrs. II. L. Ktegar wishes to inform the Ilichardnon. II C. Newell, Kjbt. Uibaon of taxes, direct or indirect, for any other Hawkins. Joe, lUacrcs on Neal'sCreeW, 4 15, 'sj.'SS and !' II VicWery, wno retired and alter ladies that she has a well selected line of than its appropriate and legitimate purpos- Inlust, Frank, M acres on tireen Klfer, Jl 80 " In this Department we can beat the world. Another invoice of Gents' Fine Lutuford, Thoj. II acres. MlllwlnevtlSe, I 40. " a ulurt time spent in deliberation, preient. millinery, which all are invited to come es, ii an invasion of Stiff Fur Hpts just opened today. Newer stylos and a great deal better their right to the en- lloblnaoo, 8uan, 10 ai ret, Mason's Gap, I 05 131 ed the fulluwing resolution, ito wn); Viand' 83. and examine before purchasing elsewhere. joyment of the fruits of their own labor. than tho first lot at $1, 81 25, 81 50 and 81 75, worth 82, 82 50, $3mhI. We, the democracy of l'ulaaki count acres, 21. That we favor a "Tariff for Revenue Ilussell, J. It., 30031 acres Mir.eJgeTllle, tl 00. 1S83 83 50 in any regular Houso. We will have Boys' Wool Hats from 10 eta.. ot knob lind. 170, Nath.in. in convention assembled approve of a call Prices reasonable. .She haa in connection only," recognliing the fact that taxes are Vinson. John, CO acre, on Oreen lllTe', 1 'JO, " up and IMen's from 30 cents. Can givo you a saving of at least 100 yr-cent- . a first class dres making department, for burdens to be imposed only for a State C jrventon, to bs held at Frankfor public pur- Wllcher, James W., 100 acres on Green Hirer, for the purpose of which she solicit! patronage. fort, Mar 7th, I on Hats. t U U, ltWt; poses and not as private bounties. I1LACKS. NO. 1. electinj delegates lo the convention to be 3d. That we approve of the call for a Alcorn, Clark, 1 lot at Turncrstille, fl 33. U8I The sale of H.K.Miller, which took held in Chicago, to nominate a democratic . Carter, lot at McKlnney. 2 2S, " was well attend- State Convention to meet in Frankfort on candidate for the Presidency and Vice place here last Saturday, llurton, 1'hllllp, 5 acres at lcKinoey, z ai, nsi the 7lb. day of May. 1884 Everything .iJsnd'M; ed and the bidding lively. Presidency of the United Statea. 1th. That the delegates appointed by Careon, Hesdiy. 1 lot at llootllli), 7.V, '82, 'fg Thoiefore lie it resolved. We now have quite a nice line of several popular brands of brought fair prices. We are indeed sorry this convention to attend the State Con- i ioju, s i ncrei near .iriviuuej, ?i v 1st. That the following gentlemen be ta Rive up so good a citizsn aa Mr. Miller. vention be, and are hereby instructed, In Caldwell, Kph i acres near Muieland. 2 35. 'ai. 'ii for Ladies, Men and Children. The prices speak for themsetTWb lot near MllledeTllte, 1 IA " Dunn, lllchard.l and they are hereby apjmintnl a dele ' t M), 1881 Look at our 81 Shoo for Ladies and also for men. Patent buttons pst.et man and ever ready spare no honorable eflorta tc secure for ialnes, Kdward, 1 lot near gate from this ciunty to Mtend the con- He is a public spirited at itUln's (lap, lions. Samuel J. Tilden and Tho. II- - Hen- tt.och, Henry, 10 acres.ot, MllledseTllIe, 1 --'J. 188 all buttoned Shoes bought of us tree of charge and warranted never ft 1 3(1 ISMS to do his part for the common weal. He McHonnack, Saru'l, vention at Frankfort vii; 8. A Neell, W dricks an unbroken delegation to the NaAI , 1 lot near Milledcille. 1 20 " come off. 15. 1'eltue, J S Kindirick, Until, (iibaon will make Louisville hia home in the fu- tional Democratic Convention, which con- McCormack. 2 9), ii, 83 lot near itouytllle, I'eHwan, Wm. " Klrti, Henry, I lot at HusionTille, 70c Willi; Curd, (i. W. Walt, Ueo. Fitptt ture. venes in the city of Chicago on the 8tb. 5c Iteynnls, Henry. lot at McKlnner, 3VE rick. C W Watson. Ueo M Claunch, ! " A. J.HIgler's invoice of stock amount- day of July next. Whitley, Kdniond, sacres, llonyrille, CV James Dwlin, Dr. Wyatt N J. W. ed to J'J.Tl I, His notes and accounts will 5th. That our delegates be, and are here- Wllhite.Cella 'ii aire. IISDli)pFoik. 7 00 " We can now supply you all with this already popular thread at 30 ceBta 1 70, '3S 'yler. ( I! WadJIe. Jm... T. May, by instructed, tc cat the vote of Liurel WeaihrrfurJ, ll.'s heiis.t In lluilOQtllle. o2 dozen or two spools for 5 cents. Wo have an over stock of bright cotav Win Cnwk, W. C Croxivr. it V lnvKn reach near 30 ,000, $10,000 to $15,000 countv for no man aa a delegate to the llallard, Itryunt. 30 wiiitks on Cedar Creek, f 1 8S acres and are selling it five spools for 10 cents to close. We also warrant thi . be good. Mr. Sigler is of the Chicago Convention who is not pronouncA Ij Wood and all other to fur 'il and ' oh 181 acrt'sof knob land, II 93, for '32, '83 may ileire t.. attend thread equal to any machine thread made. opinion that if he could have gotten sn ex ed in the lariir reform, and we respec-full- y IHail, J. J. " on Fall Uck, 14 85 arter, hlljah, 10fl m '1 I. That the delegtlea hereby iK)inted submit to the State Conventen, as our Klkln. MarKaiet,7 acres on IHx Hirer. 5 7a " tension he could have pa'd out without are instruct! to role a a unit upon all choice for delegates for the State at lanr (UUersoii A llurih, 1 lot. Crab Orcbark, ti 73, '83, A few of Dr. Warner's Celebrated Corsets left, at the uuheard of prico of 7flfc any trouble. He haa the sympathy of the thi names of W. C. P. Ureckinridge, J. Hull Avln, 300 acre neir I'oor House. !l 40 ' ijueatlona c lining before the convention. James M SO Acres uear Coappel's (tap, i That the delegate antiointcd are entire community and we have this to say Stoddard Johnron, Htm M. Hurdelt, and Harris, 40, lb" I and l3;2. it t III inntructesl Ho. vnte of this conn- - for him; there never was in our recollection M F. Hrinklev, and Col. Mike Saulley ckI hliikUlx 2. on tv for Hon T.I. .I"e, n' th city of 11 Smith as delegates for the Hth. Cralc, If, lot acres on 1)1 aHirer, tl X, 1S31; " a cleverer ur more accommodating gentle and W. Hirer, Ml), llardner, Jrrry.3 We have just received an elegant line of samploa of Body Brussels, Tapeetjy-an- d I v .( Newport, M F Jirt, city of Congressional District. " 2 10, (uest, li;sn, 1 lot InHtanf.ird. .... man who ever sold goods in Crab Orchard. i ,,.;.. m. i:.. i ii ...i. .. ..i r 2 00 Wool Carpets, thereby giving you a great deal better variety to select: rtth That we recommend the names "f Hale, dlla, t lot at Halls Gap, " " l.scVey, .(, A a ,iej. We hope to see him come again and J. P. Hlndman, John C. Jackson and It M.Jackson to fill tfWBirvj, llen.l alot at 1'reJcherivliIe, 1 M from, and in a few days after taking your order can deliver you the Ckr- . vauiuiu, iu ai, iw " e;ate for the State at lr,e t the Chicago N. II, Hobbi departed this life on the thvt vacancier that Iiire occurrel in the I WaiUcr. 'cn;, Hot at innforJ. ink Vlrm. pet. Prices of course aro low and satisfaction guaranteed. WALLPAi Convention, if their namea should be JOth inst., after a lingering illneaa of con- county committee. iim, l tutunXt, .tn Wyer, Pi,.. WSisoV H,101 k.... Ll'ult.v PER in great variety. placed the convention for that posi7lh. That It. M. Jackaon, M. T. Craft, iiociic no 3, wmrr. sumption. He wis burieJ in the honors of tion. A. L Heiil, KHioll Jolinon, K. Ii trafi, Adams.JI. S.. ' acres knob laud 70 cenw tor Ml We cordially invite you all to call and see us. We consider it a plcarer 4th That said delegate are instructed the order of tha OJd Fellows in their lot. W. H. Yoiinjr, Klieha HowlinR, W. it. aim in:, show youarounrt, wnetneryou wisn to uuy or not. We are here to vote of this county for O. II. The following resolutions were passed by Jonea, Marion Walker anil all other good Andrew, fctisan, 10c acres knob land SO cents for to cat the 1841 and 1882; e.vy stay and will continually have big bargains for you. Waddle s a delegate to the Chlctgo Con- Crab Orchard Lolge, No. 103 1. 0.0. F., ilemocrata be anil aro hereby appointed llrown, Kryaiit'a htlrs, 25 acres knob laud 30 cents aim for U8lnd IM.'; f vention tir the Uth Congressional upjn his drath Witr.HKAS. It has please J delegate tn the Rtale C invention. instructed Hrw n, Elltstielh. 26 acres Unob UnJ W cents (r 1881 and lW. from our 8th. That the aecretarv le fjlh Tint uid delegates be instructed an Allwise Providence to remove F..2I acres knob land SI 70torlS, to furnish a copy of the proceeding of lllacklushlp,8. 131 acres knob Und 81 03 lor lSsl brother, N II Hnbb, Ktunh, Hallle, the votes of thi county for lion. midst our worthy in the deith of Hrother N thin convention lo the Gmritr Journal, to cit That Kaleman. Alex , lot Klus Mountain fl 4i lor W il Fleming of the citv of Iilisvillr II. lUtti'oi,this I8S3; haa lost a faithfu. Journal and Mountain Echo, with Itryaut, America's heirs, 100 acres knob land $1 9) Ilobbs and Hoc Ssmtiel Hjleo of Olagow as rlec-to- r aame. the request that thev publish the forl-t3- . for the State at large and for Itollin member, the Order a consistent OJd Fel They were ailnpted and a resolution of- Ilsrber, Dr. if. I. . 10 acres knob land Si 03 for 1881; low and hia family a kind husband and Hurt, of Columbia, as District Klector ,M acres knol land it 03 for ISM; MotdkV fered by M. T. Craft protesting against the Cummins, John J. so aires knob land 81 30 for fl'.h. IU$3ltfi, that w endorse the prin- father and the community an upright, honCummins, Ueo. W., est citizen 184J; ciple of the Mornin bill, up the sub formation of a new county out of parta of Delaney, James, 150 acres knob land ft. for 1883, be draped in 21, That the lodge-roojeel of the reduction of tha tariff and war Knox, laurel and Whitley win likewise Delaoey. Jemima, 230 acres knob lind fl 70 for wear the usual adopted. taxes and commend the course pursued in mourning and the 103: JO days, Delaney, Franklin, 2) acres knob land V 90 tor thiabihalf by the Cuntr Journal and of bulge for the space of Andkkw Jackson, Char'n, 1832 and I3HS; be 3d, That a copy of these ila editor the Hon Henry Walterson and John I'icari., 8ec'y. Denner, llallluger, 100 acres knob land il 73 tor spread upon the minutes of tha Lodge, a 1H83; will in common with all irood democrats deceased and Francis. Merldi, M acres knob land il 80 for 1S83; THAT KXVLAISS IT. unite in upholding his hand in the soI copy sent to the family of the be Farrls, Heutieii. 3 acres knob land fl tor ISM; n quested the Intkriok Journal tight he haa so well begun and an ably that Jr.. Kiiardian of CroU Cooch, "J J Tliey were talking about Bob Inger-boI- I, Hooch, JaiutsM land Hi to publish suae. H II. Uronauhh, acres knob inatntaineJ tuts for 1S8 J and ISil. Com. J F Hot ham, aicres kuob when n Galveston parent epoko up, Same i;iianllau tf Waltr tiooch, 7th. that th fierier Journal, Intkhioii land (0ceiittor 188: aDd 1883; J K. W Jo sn, nnd Raid : Journal and Somerset i.Viwer reijueat-e- d Same guardian of Sarah C (iooch, 33 acres knob (PHARMACISTS 1883; land HO cents to publish thee reoolutlons. A DOO DIOUIXO JSTO MS XASTKHS" "I tried ono of Bob Ingerscoll'B ideas Urllllith, James M.jfor70I3.VJ indknob land il 33 for acre J. H. Keniihick, C'har'n. -- DXALXKa W- 1883, UNA W. tho other day. Ho aaya ho leaves his Wat. C Curo. Sec'y. Orill'ilh. DarlJ S , 90 acres knob land 90 cents for in a bureau drawer, and his 1841; Thoraaa nml Frank Bienvillo were lockot-loo- k Statio&X7-an. W ,53 acres kneb Und 32. for 1883. It U Y.l A.I fl.M.l.i, killwlin a rnilroail accident near Mo-lcrl- children nro allowed to help themselves lUiiini, bsiiuiel A , 133acre knob land f2 15 lor Doj-ou funuH, liko boys in olhor Mo. Before their death tho two whenever thoy desiro. I tried that, just Hnup,1883; tdmoi)d,25 acres knoblindfl 13 for ls3 Phjsjclanj' preset Iptlous iccuraUl;compaQde plocw, want ajHiniling monoy, tuul aro brothers owned o largo Newfoundland to see how tho thing would work." Also Hmiim. JoliiiKoii and wife, 818 aires kuoii laud 3( 30 for 188; -it. Thoy dog, to which thoy wero greatly I ofton sorely troubled to obtain aincstes yrVaJvL jl JEWKIiEHcJH "Well, didn't they bankrupt yon?" Hazard. Alien, i6BlrMknbland i 13 for is2 anllMJ; scarcely liko to iwk thoir puronU for After tho iKnlies of tho dead nuked ono of tho crowd Hendrick, Joeph. 100 acres kucbtjnd $'. tor 1883. THK money tn buy articles to jileiwo thoir men had boon buried, tho dog gnvo Not much. You Johtunn Arsloetli.ilii acre knub land .0 cents for Bankrupt mo IMS; Largest Stock of "Watches, fauey. and they lmvo few opportunities of tho iirofotiudott grief by whindon't bllppooo I loft any money in the Ucb, Matthew I 2J acres knob Mndfl W tor 1833; , k,,o, land S8 Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware to work out, for wlion neighboring farm-er- n ing ami howling iu tho most distressing jiooket-boodo you? Bob don't say Mur,.i.rvw.T.iw cr is plenty of wish to hire help thero Ever brouuht to this market. Prices lower tkaa manner. Tito occasional ubHonco of tho that ho left llliy money ill it. fie JU.st Marsli .Wauunir. i airea am inn. i uj ir the Lowent. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry farms whero thoy Iwloug. dog from tho house whero ho had been leavea the empty pookoUbook in the Minia,' wiuiim, i"ncre kocb land f. ; for it2 work i'U tha paired an short notice and Warranted Tin it l."t elmnee to wirn money ap-- h left, nnd tho ovidoneo of digging loft on bureau drawer, and they can help tlieni- - j tf iinVVnis tili, in acres knnb land i is fr Bob .ir. to be iu eultivating sonio crop at hia feet by clay adhering to them, eaused elvert as much us they please. acre knob Und SI 10 for home that require miiiiII enpital to Trlvilt, llerry t'., 12 acres kuob land Sa 10 tor tho family, und it won llill't 110 fiX)l." Glllvcitim New. wmio remark in iu, a Hiimll aiu'iuut of latul for iU concluded that it would bo well townteh " I'll lit, I'.olit. I.., 70 acres knob laid Jt 70 for 1!''-;- .. lU:v. Mn. Or.sui'Liix fell down btairs prixlution, but vlneh prodticert a tho dog. Accordingly, us the dog started . 1'ilvltt. Wllburn, 19 acres Tho Htnnll in Mitu of money. Sunday morning, with u llower-vas- o oir to oxhunio tho doad, ho was followed ..: ,i.n. ot water m tno oin- - Piitriy, Adam, Jr.. M aoies knob land $3 75 lor fruitM are excellent in theso roHpecta. to tho graveyard. ,sij Btl(1 ,u5 When tho dog ouo hand, ft times when tho reached tho cemetery ho howled in tho or, a lamp-globunder his nnn, and n i:oge. (.'rauviii. w acres knob lai.d Si v, for They may bo wt out nt .Tenicy, ) acres knob land il 40 wet to bo of good advantage, most dintrcbsiug manner, and began to china mincer tucked in his coat pocket. blnsleion.'-Mri- . .till ii t e..v ta.i Kfll .,,.1 1441 . . tuul may lw cultivated at odd hours scratch into tho doublo gravo containing Ho was trying to curry all these things Shflly Nt0', io7Bir knoii Und Si SO for l$St: ,. . . i i ..,... uu iiut mirufr, jitn .aa., ij .in. ln..t. mn', Si ,v i.j. ni l4.,.l wL . there is little to do in tho Ho hud reached down htairrt, anil ho Miocooileii. iKith tho dead bodies. sml U.S1: to tho bottom, and tiniih, i;iuautb, 9) acrw kuob laud si 30 for issi Hinoll amount of t:ot them Tliev require but n tho coflln, but hud dono no violence to when ho 10 acres kuob land Si 70 for land, mill produce more money from an it, Tho gravo was refilled, mid tho dog his anxious wife screamed from tho head Tinsiey. Heiiu'ett Central Ken-tuck- y, Tho largest stock ever in Stanford and the beat to be found in u-rof the stairs to know if ho had broken rboJffitoa. i acres knob Und Si than any farm crop. for la; ill bo confined until tho first wild grief 1S33; tfi tl.:.... 1... hrr nn nncmiiif nt utru'l: Tnld. Andreir. 50 acres knab land 81land for cenu manuiiiijuuub, 50 his doad luiwtora ia over. ITi.thoirote. I,aullns.l7i.ucre knob embracing about twenty five different styles from tho leading English physician, atationoil in for An fori SSI; and ciilmly roiwrtod that ho had "brnl Vaiiderpool, Stepheu, S7 acres kaob hnl 81 35 Formosa, says : " Tho Chineso mnke, a vehicle this A CIIKAl' HAMMOCK. en everything but the Sabbath." "The for 1613; facturers in the United SUtos. Persons contemplating buying Ocon the mIioU, very good patients. from only thing," petulantly commented his Weaber, Wm. II., 18S acres kiob land H) for Tnko a pioco of Manila matting 1M4' casionally some of tiiein try our pationc two to threo yards long nnd ft yard nnd a careful and economical wife, "that wo Wheeldiin, Win's, heiis 90 acres knob land SI. for Spring should select tho Eamo or ploco their orders at once; for at this seasoa not a little. Ouo takes a four days' sui-pl- y half wido, bind or horn tho ends firmly, OOHld afford to break." Warren, UcUrea.SS acres knob l.md SI 10forl3.', with orders vehicles are invariably over-ru- u ni.ci;-- i in hook no. .1. all manufacturers of first-clas- s of medicine away with him, the then fasten each end to n piece of tim(50 acres kuob laud 10 for Adaui', uooice, ii four to eigut Mits. Susan J. IIr.MiY, widow of the '81 and'M: recipe bearing ou it ' a spoonful three ber. Theso pieces Bhould bo fivo feot and if tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from rmiicl:.M Henry, last surviving Gab, is;.' una w , CI acres kuob land SI 40 tor tunes daily, after each meal.' Ho cornea long, two inches thick, nnd should havo lato dipt. Patrick dry a first-claAny oftheforexolni; caiue.1 tax piyers can pre- - weeks tD obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finiah and 'jack next morniug for more, thinking holes bored about threo inches opart tho grandson of Patrick Henry, of llovolu.............. l. . .. on .lll, a.. ..... -- . ..t..f.l J iciiiftwmiiii.i,j'iii'nH ny i.iiimi, to Hatter you by stating that ho drank whole length. Tho matting is fastened ttoimry fame, died a fewdaja ago in ,,jiu,. untaxes dutiaoii thecou cf levy andad- . rrrtlilnz J. X. JlKXfih'KK. job ready for shipment, under tho most favorable circumstances. Jli-sHenry inherited Micritl'Llncoin County. Maiifoid, April '21. tho former quantity at one dose. An- by passing heavy twino from matting to Washington. represent them, unlew other has his arm carefully put up in holo, back nnd forth, really sowing tho property which was lost during tho war. All work sold by rae will bo found to be such as I of years sho woh n clerk upliuts, ami ou his next visit ho brings matting to tho wood. For each end of For n number purchaser will bo fully inhis dressings in a separato parcel. fIhoy tho pieces of wood larger holes aro bored, iu tho Treasury Department, and, ot tho have been deceived myself, and in that event the aro great believer, in internal adminis- through which pass ropes to hong tho time of her death, had just received an From Nrrvoua.Cliranle and lllood Plseaies, will do my best to please you tllO Agricultural Denart- - llrulu and llrurl Atrectlom.WeaU demnified. Call and examine my stock and I tration, and, although bo has only a cut hammocji between two trees. This mmnintmnnt ill KersuusUsbllllT, Hroasii imwhvvhii "ii amium ami Weakimss of the If lcta7. Bindlinger, it is diillcult for a Chinaman to mokos a cheap, comfortoblo and aafo uwmU derd Urinary Orfni,uk your Urugxlst for in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from me and at aa modi-:in- u . OX&VAJ9. We have never heard of snch marvelous cures of X-son why ho should not got Bomo W. SOOTT'S s, Being hung from four hammock. WORIO UNOWNED SKCIFIO M0. 13, else and get a guarantee oa cough, in children and adalts aa Paplllon Cough to eat,'" reasonable price aa you can obtain anywhere of rolling out, Cnreproducea. You should have a bottlolnyour there ia no danger at McllobeitsA buying away from home. Rw Backlen's Arnica Sake. and half a dozen childron can swing in house In case of need. For sale them, besides that is worthless to you when Stagg'a. . Journal of Chemlitry. Tlie boat Salvu In lbs worU for Cula, Biuh, it at ploaanro. y ("Wlsli XlaMyao-i- 0 Paplllon Bkln Cure la a delightful lollon to Sjlt Koeutu, Fever Sorea, Tetter, pectfully, Bores, UIcr & NEKVE been ia a draft all Irri- A BLOOD, BltAIN kxpltukblm TONIC. If tou have a cold In your head, all Skin aner shaving or bathing. It will cure toordsrlt If TonrUracalstdoM not Oiunis-- llaodi, ChllbUlm, Corni, and annoying tation and prevent ulcerous formations, or sore- forjou. tl.par botUs. Coea,BeerandIroo and have tberosultof your Imprudence Kriiptloua ami poal'lvaty cures Pllas, or no pay modaro tha Oreatsst Medical your comfort, InsuOltte with a few applications ol ness and chafing. Mliei with cologni It Is de- Is"or purni hist, wltb (nil Dlseorarr otaddrsts llmaa. particulars, liluaraatee.lto give perfest er box. Paplllon Catarrh Cure and you will be relieved at lightful toilet water. For tale by McRoberta A 0HA8. W. OOTT.M.OA Kanaaa Oity, Mo. , reluaJeJ. I'rlce25 ceuti J.ITKH rZLLS. LINCOLN a ia L. DF. SPRING GOODS ALMIGHTY DOLLAR! The Many Have lJ31t Pew and the Pew Kany 1'u-laa- kl - MIIEKIFF'M NAI7E& lj J-- , 1 HATS AND CAPS ! A.IVI "!, Andt-rsoo- 1 BOOTS SHOES? Custom-Matte-Shoe- 1 1 1 A.C33E3:i3Xr3E5 T?I3C3Fl.DE3uI 'll-e- t. pr eup-pose- n. '8-- ri-- s ! 1 CARPETS ! 1 - Dia-tric- h 1 S. L POWERS, Great Bargain Store, Under St. Asaph resol-Jtion- s . P oimy V M A I islfti Drngs, Books, 1 rai'iis Horti-u,eo- y, h Fanoy Articles. i., ovi-den- 1 ' I I ll; .; o ,,,,.,,. Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-reys, Carriages, Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, c. Village Carts, ,s; .... tU-h- ' e '" .' !l, ss - I I SUFFERERS luii; cor-nor- G0GA,BEEFi.R0N V$e ap-pl- I tatlific-tloDoriain- GEO. D. OTEAREMsJMf,f.',sAgt.f. STANFORD. KY. For aalo by' Penny once. For tale' by Mcttoberta i. Stag:, SUgg. Dr. UCOIT3 LEGISLATIVE DOINGS. naI nail. The scalp liw is deader than n door The Senate did it by a Tote of two Stanford, Ky., May to onn W. P. "WALTON. Tiik Jfew York Sun with its usual apt- - atta rajs tbat the bill to create a Bureau of Labor Ststistics, which paa;ed the houte with onl nineteen diwsenting voter, is a coim-gTbX'bo- x: and nearly demolished the the Christian fpecimen of rank deniagogimu in legiala-tibo- .' church. There were a number of narrow There is already a Bureau of Statiescapes. Rain fell in torrents during the stic, with all the official machinery run storm. lion in certain cjntingenciea haa been so , ning and capable of doing the work which . The April collections of internal reve- frequently predicted and the survival in ii proposed to be done by this project. A nue in the in Lexington (Ky.) District spite of these very contingencies Ins been branch of the Agricultural Department is reached $310,100. The taxes on whisky so frequently witnessed thst the bone rnd conitanllv employing in similar work. lit. sold out of bond in the same period sinew of the county haloat faith in these The Senate has passed Hallam's bill, amount to $301, 3S9, representing 333210 The bill substantially creates new officers gloomy forecasts. fito pt rf'tua U the motto politicians. provides for ascertaining the legal gallons. Like which for ibo- advantage ot in the truthfulness nf which our people otier" bureaus which have been created at number of voters in the State at the AuDKALER IN have confidence. This is a fair presentaGARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. "Washington to multiply patronage and to gust election in 18S5 by comparing the tion of the tone of public sentiment here Hurdunrc, Hoi-h- o voting as appearLancaster, GrocMtrles SiiiMIcm. .reward partisans, this scheme starts out voles cast with those not and I will not apologiza for putting it forth. ,ro,, IWhIIh, Henry Evans, Prof. Sam Cheek, Shack tii(eiiHtriirs HtiKKJ' Wlilpn, with a plausible grant of money. But in ing on the poll books, the lists to be taken , 1"KKJ' Wheel. SIovch, JIhi-iickmCitno MIIIm, Smart Weed and Belladonna combined a year or two it would become a costly as the number entitled to vote at an elec- Lee, Wm. Moore and George Allen took SpoliOH, (I or .11 1 11k, GralCM, CI tea with the young ladies visiting Judge with the other ingredients ued in the best Lap I'oruro, irture on the lreasury, with no reason- tion for a constitutional convention. Il,,UM Ntouewiire, Owsley's, Sunday. The Misses Engleuian lorous plasters make Carter's S. W. Si B, Any Corn Miullcrx, Col lam, able prospect of being abolished, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. and Johnson returned to Dtnville Monday, Backache Plasters the best in the market proposition to repeal it would be met Oliver Chilled. Champion Stoel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden and Redmon, the Paris murderer, got only A large number of delegates left Price 25 cent is with the false cry that the laboring interCust Pumpi, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof-inlan- d to attend the republican convent on est alone wan 19 be proscribed, while all nine yearn. Ottering; will have prompt attention. J. M. S. Lake, a merchant, was sanbag-ge- d at Louisville. Indications show that BradYet laother interests were protected. at Auhtand and robbed of $1,800. ley will be elected delegate at large and of thissptcies of legislation bor is (he victim For Sale.! Henry Mason Matthews., died Denny district delegate to the nttional con- Lincoln Oo. for it has to pay for the music-whil- e the . Lewisburg, W. Va., Fri- vention which meets in Chicago in June. at his home at officeholders dance. IoOcTlor rale prtTitfly my firm on wlitrh now g lying on the Mlitdlturg itkr, llirm An efl'jrt will be made by the day, of Erysipela. mill's Iiuui UuMonfille, tuulatnttiK alwui ;il( The State republicans met in conven' citizens of this place to hKve the ArrcMof tnd, known none ininin; ilnl-f,.- ! Isaac Jacobaon deliberately shot and i n tion in Louisville yesterday and organized killed George Bedell at Chicago for the streets of town lighted by coal oil or gaso- kdiI feed fsritu In the county l.i veil 1'ln.ty fl watrr, In n tine Unto of cultutlo, Improve uroti by the selection of Col. Uoodloe temporary line. The trustees will be petitioned to row!, all tietenary outlillllr(i, tw.i Une I arr.t, nonpayment of a dollar. Icnting Id flrt rate onlfr, junity i.i and Commbnoner Walter Evans permaCongressman Tlorr, of Michigan, haa a make an appropriation of $400 or $500 for Uml. About ."W seres aretficvm alxtul 4. m nj' i nent chairman. The prospect was that an twin brother an much alike him as Phil this purpose, which, with it private sub lu imsll gnln ami Imlaore In grsw. liire U)ut Itu Acre of IjiihI Iui i iiiIIm tfumll.ei Atkur delegation uninstructed would le Thompson is like John B. scription, will be ample to illuminate all HuitoDTlllfl A IliaJforJTllle j.lkf; abut! Aire I bulincr In tlmWr. won 1.1 inakss a ksmmI , sent to the National Convention. John D. The Massachusetts democrats voted the stieeta. Let the boom continue. llllle hums'. A Ira 1M) utrenof Hav tlmbrr Ji "White wad there, it is said, for the purpose unanimously to support your Uncle Benj. It. Alio Mine, Bur lot of loctnt llBit-Mr L F. Hubble left Wednesday to Ml.ou ( aosl Acrct tnubrml lud lylB Bill F. Butler for the President. of disposing of Commrsioner Evans. rooil trom Moiling I rk to l.tl rri It l a Uni visit New York City on business. He will the o( tliubtraml the nwsluf It wry wall Iw-tBradley, of course, waa on hand and as uv and drowned be absent two weeks. Another party has blyfor cultlsalluu The alote njnunl tiacucf Twelve men were killed AT- -ual submitting to interviews. It is a on the schooner Paquebot, near St. John's been made up to visit Williamsburg this tlmherMl land all lie In t'a.ry . inly I will aril any or all theilwve lanJi on rrMniiil ltmi,nmighty cold day when he does'nt seduce N. B Monday, by a collision. Among the Ihui tlrtfriu'nrd to tell Atir obe n!ns t pi week on a fishing excursion. chaw won 11 do Wi'l IxUr me a a ' two or three reporters. Fourteen need and alllicted paupers number who left Wednesday night were 'MT-c l)l( 1 ;. h "toEi e Dr. Sam Bumside, A. O. Burnslde, W. 8 The New York democrats have post- were burned to death in the Fnrguson and Robert Kinnaird. poned their Slate Convention till the 21st near Hartford, Mich., "Wednesday. Druggists and Booksellers, of May in order to fee what the republiThe Presbyterian congregation has purThe steamer Falmouth took fire is nom- near Portland, Me., and three persons chased W. M. Kerby's property on Stanford I cans will do at Chicago, If Arthur THE DIt UCJ GIST, inated and Tilden refuses still to be a can- were burned to death. Loso, $175,000. street for a parsonage; price, $2,750 cash. - didate, Cleveland's claims will be pushed Edward Thompson, of Holland, la. Rev. W O. Goodloe will take immediate lor all they are worth, The party that car- after mortally wounding his wife 'with an possession and will be installed pastor on ries 2?ew York will take the presidency ax, threw himself headforemost into a well, the third Sabbath in May. Services will Haijutrclr.l a nut .01 of be conducted on that occasion by Revs. J and it seems to us that if Cleveland is as and died. popular now as when he waa elected goverAn amendment to the constitution L. McKee and J. C Randolph, of Danville, nor, he ought to be either at the head or prohibiting the manufacture or sale of and Rev. Alex Humphrey, of Louisville. Miss Mary Finnell, of Harrodsburg, tail of the ticket. Ills majority two years intoxicating liquors in New York wag de SCIH as was with Miss Lena Irvine. Howard Rice ago waa 192.000. feated G3 to GO. AND James R. Keene, the once famous spec- and Winston Wiseman were in town Hun- - Orangos, LomonB and Bananas, , The card of Judge M. J. Durham, day. Joe Embry and wife, of Silver Creek, hia candidacy for Congress, sub- ulator, failed Wednesday for $14,000, the Iin-iiitin-- c ! ject to the action of the democracy, appears last of a fortune estimated at from $10,000,-00- 0 were with Mrs. Joe Robinron last week. A riirgc Lot of FImIiIiik Tackle, Dr, Dave Logan, the popular and attractto $12,000,000. . in this issue. In this district, where the A 1, lUlll IVIIIInlnlll lunvtr....... .. . '.. ..... u, f iriiiiurr, nuuraciiig v i. Av, PoIfH, 1. 1 Henry W. Cannon, of Minnesota, has ive bachelor, of Boyle, is visiting Col. J. H. Judge's name haa been for vo many yeaaa a sviieniiCMt lo mt; lluiMt Parlor Sullen. AJ.so household word, it is ustlesa for us to add a been appointed Controller of the Currency, Bruce. He haa many warm fiiends in our need lo Ko lo the largu cIIIcn to luaUo purcliiiM-H- , ,IO matter venteace. He made im a good jude, a and James A. Connolly, of Illinois, So- town, who a re always delighted to welcome SAMPLE HOOKS OF WALL IMl'EK. ' what quantity or quality yon wuiil, an I mJ,I .lupllcHte him back to his old home, where he pracfirst-rat? Congressman and if the people licitor of the Treasury. ,aiiy prlct'M you can obtain olMuuhrrc, lreli;l.l mltletl. AImo ticed medicine for many years. Reports from S3Uthern Utah says again honor him with their votes, they are ! ic,(.N Speeches were made by Durham and MilliiierV & DreSS-Maki- ne cattle on the ranges have sure that be ill never prove recreant to over half the J cuStyleH, both olicap anil cxMUMlf. Ware room Iiir all died from starvation and exposeure be McCreary to large crowds at the courtany trust impoeed upon him, opposite St. ANiiph Hotel, StanTonl, AT MK"irsNl3Y: itVeemed as cause of the deep snows during the win- house Monday afternoon and Both houses of the Legislature have ter. though the house was equally divided in ry I bare rtcelteJ a full Hue tt arity of the Name ' Millinery, and Intltean agreed to adjourn tine die on the."'12th. is reported from Lexington that Mr. their preference'!. Those who are posted in MIm Cy m lila Utwii, b it It fii'trl In ttie ... This will take in both the circua and the Chas. S.toll, who has just returned from political matters think that the vote of lueM will awll laf. U0i firit-il- a .mil pr.n lo II I. JIHS. .V. V. T.IK.uii-r- ,Kit. State Convention and'tbe'U&uisville county will be equally divided be- rerr Ml M. Ky Washington, will be appointed colector of this ill intimate that the grave boIodh ar- the Seventh district to succeed Col. A. M. tween the two in the district convention- ranged it BOipuroely. The peesicn will Swope. A strong fiht will be made by both of have been running 132 dayc, 7U over a con for the Garrard county delegation. The jury in the ca?e of Neal, on tri stitutional provision and if there has'been al at Grayson, Ky., for the murder, after Gov. MuCrearv is struggling for a solid leiw ei, , 'Jie I'jrtnertliip Ixri-- i '.re ri.-m- j anything done of a tenth the value of the deliberating thirty-nin- e JACK A DA Ms A fiN wa ilm.'it i.y mi'tia minutes, returned vote. The protracted meeting at the Biptiat ronseut llvlft.l ! the vHllr.swa of .la a Ad$150,000 that it has cost, it does not appear a .verdict of guilty, and fixed the penalty ntes kmw(i. church still cpntftiues. No accessions have am, fir , from the iirui lli All on the record. Itrm. tliemaelrea iixltbtetl to alre uaiueU m.ike at death. In as yet been made. However, the colored either by nolo or aiwuut, are re, ieatel l.j.lne-- j faiuiiuMllateeenleinent, aa Hie parli.ethii The hanging festiyal, which Hi hoped Four robbers killed the cashier and may tie con- luuat ara w(Hinl ills a II. I a. lUluia 'hat urn ik1 wt- wilbegin with the execution of McIIu'gh tally wounded the president of the Medi- isaptists good putting in what in the ha- ils ..( a '(,1. work bv christian?, but very tIM at oiue will I ) sidered lecltir In the luttie the l.uiuenlll be cuu.luc. was preceded Wed- cine V.illey Bank, Kansas. They were in Cincinnati hid for the farmers. They have had alnut I lir Jack Ailaius, Jr.. wl" wi'l ,ic nerr erturt i nesday by a little private all'iir. Allen to maintain tlieMamllnicul theLuiiH- h n driven ofi by the citizens without seeming 75 addition to the church and the same t Ulle wlncll for tlisr thirty Tear, it ual belli one of the fienda who murdered a any booty. He that la, the ciirartsT itore )n Mt number of mourners are pretending to seek haa now mi hanjt a full Moi k ef Nt". Vernon IiwjiIi jtIik whole family and then sold their bodies to a Mark Miller, of Mt. Sterling, Ky., Lord. Under such excitement they lnerery rarletr. which he lll fil to hla old anil the medical college for $15, hung himself with eloped with Belle Shoropehire. new luttomeriat the lowett ptlcet Mark-will neglect their work to seek Jesus and Voun truly. JA VU ,1 It.t Jiy .1- - .SO.V. thereby saving the State expense left a wife behind to praise the Lord for a blanket, JlH-- n Mt Veriiou Ky April 17 is- -l this they do by wandering over hills and and trouble of the neck breiking. ridding her of such a vile, tetal depravity hollow?, through fields and thickets, exlim.KTIsKHKMV Collfctok A 31 Swope, after numer- kind of a fellow. pecting to see Him in reality. Their "exA bill was introduced in the house ous nd sundry resignation and a hard periences" are often fanciful and ludicrous B. F WAIiTJtlt providing that it shall be unlawful to col" time generally with jealous men of his own We liave.nerer witnessed a finer disi iz ! i e i , lect fare on any conveyance throughout LANCASTER, KY. is at last rid of his office, Mr. Charles play of blooJed stsllions than that made parly, the United State where passengers are unOffice orer on our streets county court day. All the from 8 to 12 aCltlteni National Back.m. (iue noun Stoll, of Lexington, having been appointed w. and from to J p able to secure a scat. fine horses from this and adjoining counto 11 it. The Colonel has reflected credit y. IIUIIHLE The trial of ex Senator Kellegg began I. M. r.VBUKlI. l. on his native county of Lincoln in the man ties weie here. Among the most promiUUIJUIiE at Washington Tuesday, with the most BUItDETT. agement of the office, which has always we noticed Bunko, owned by F. F. nent ATTOItNJSYS AT IjVAV. direct evidence against the defendant of LANCAf-TER- , KY Fox; Mesaenjer Caief, owned by W. Curry; rated first- clasa. having accepted money for influencing acWill jirarllcr in (i.irrard and aJ'o.r.ri: coiidiimi Ultimus, the property of Denny A Walker; and There is now no doubt about the final tion on certain star routs. Court ot Appeala (Jttue iu the Rotioaon Mock, US-lT. L. Crow's Smuggler; Robt. Crow's Nob. boutb tilde Public 6uare passage of the Morrison tariff bill by the It is not otten that a mob relents but by; Wm. Dunn's Messenger Chief; Meuibri. House. Since the masterly speeches of one did at Berne, Ind. They took a couple Hurd and others, there haa been heen a of murderers from jail to hang them, but no King, Jr., property of Sam KingjSpence considerable gain from the ranks of the they begged so piteously that they look Hubble'sOn Tims; Peacock's Bolingbroke; Barney Wilkes, owned by Hutching & Randall followers and it is claimed that at them back without hanging them. Pope, and many other honea of less note least nine republicans will vote for the bill. ' Sadie Reigh, the young woman pleadThe only objection one could make to the ing guilty lo having shot' and killed PatThe prompt conviction and sentence to majority of stallions of our country is that death of Neal, the lait of the murderer rick Kingsley, head waiter at the Brings they are as a rule too "mall. All the horsand ravishers ol the Gibbons children at House in Chicago, for defimine her char- es shown were thoroughbreds. Ashland, in a ttial unattended by the mil- acter, was sentenced to a year and a half's " "W . . 1 HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. a"Y1 J a"1 Not itary, will go far towards restoring respect imprisonment in the penitentiary. Prof. Lowber will lecture here Mon for the law, if the Court of Appeal will let much sentimentality about that. In face of the lynching of two ravish day, Tuesday and Wednesday nighto of , justice take its course ers at Lebanon, Ky., two months ago, next week. Uradley has at last found a man he a colored M. E preacher, Mrs. Charlotta A. Green, with daughthinks he can crow over, but if Berkele is Rev. Johnson, JLH.-I.- I outraged the 14 year-old daughter of ter and neice, have taken charge of the the man he look to be he will not stand HAVE the published charge that hia statements Sam Prewitt while she was in the act of household of her brother, G, W. Given, in making his bed. She had gone to clean this place are "absolutely false" without testing the been Making his room. Prewitt got a gun to shoot The rural districts have a healthy apcourage of his accuser, sivo Johnson, but Johnson had skipped. preciation of this week's magnificent weathsucceeded in carrying The Iowa went solidly for Blaine, Vermont er and are improving it with a zeal that To Tluir fcteck ci Louisville for Arthur, but to do so knives, Edmunds, the New Hampshire delegation leave? politics far in the rear. pistol and raiors were brought into requM-lio- is divided between Edmuuds, Blaine The news of the death of Mrs. Dr. R, and Such disgraceful scenes as were en- Arthur and the straightout Virginia reV. Dunlap cast a gloom over the village. i acted were never known before. publicans instructed or Blaine and Lincoln. Horn and educated in this community, rela- And now hayo the Best Stock in Cei The Rev. Dr. Wild, of Toronto, aftera The vote now stands, Blaine 278; Arthur ted to most of the families and endeared to tral Kentucky. They have Parlor Hfe time of research, fixes the date of the .Ml; hdmunds 62; Logan 50; Jno. Sherman all, we feel that in her loss we are under and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, beginning of the milennium at 1035 17; Joseph B. Hawley 12; doubtful, 14. the shallow of a common calamity. Cane and Penitentiary Har-jness That time will suit this generation as well Necewuy to a choice 411. Dr. Brown leaves Friday for WashingChairs, Marble Top, It was announced yesterday that the ton City to attend the meeting of the Naus any other. Centre Stand & Extension Tables, The Mercer Citizen, with West Cardwell Spanish contract for Kentucky tobacco, tional Medical Association, which in to Woven Wine, Gotpublisher and the old war hor4e, Nat. involving 40,000 hogsheads, had been hold its session in thru benighted locality. Nuts,-'Fruits-, ten Top and Hair MatGaither, as editor, will make its initial bow awarded, at about 8 cents a pound, to the It is hoped br the'' more uthuilatio that Marquis De Campos, for whom a tobacco the medico) may be able to make a scientresses, Folding Bed Lount Harrodsburg Saturday, firm in this city act as agents. The value tific diagnosis ol Uncle Sam's hygienic con. ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes Vjc lave no army to brag about but the of tobacco ih fully $5,000,000, and the dition and prescribe the proper remedy. and Sofas, and Everything Else little handful coat a a lot of money, $25,000,-00- 0 price is much higher than the Span- Brown says that bleeding is the only legitKept in a First-clas- s Furnitnre Store. a year. Every other man is4 an officer, ish Government paid two years ago. N. imate treatment in such a case, but points Gruutilufcsi KiiKiir Y.6 UD. will big pay. to the fact th'at politicians have a rine'on I -- The Joint Legislative Committee has agreed to report in favor of appropriating $16,000 for the Stale display at the Southern Exposition. The House was tinkering on the bill to create the county of Knott out of Breathitt and adjoining counties. We like to see Qor. Knott complimented but notnt so great a cost to the State. The Governor has found a flaw in the bill to incorporate the Cincinnati, Green River it Nashville R. K. and a motion haa been made to withdraw it from his hands and rewedy the objection before be vetoes An accommodation train was thrown from the track of the L. A N. read near Kutsellville, by a collision with a cow. Engineer Sam Page, of Louisville was killed. The gross revenue of the Louisville A Nashyille Railway increased $IO,f0 5 in the third week of last month over (he corresponding period in 1S83, the grom amount this year being $24S,0 10. A severe wind-storat Cofl'eville, Kas, unroofed a number of buildings SCiJLtSJie tSSt:, W. H. HIGGINS I Shot, nave received and am still receiv-growe,- 1 tS 1Z Z1: inS Ne.w Goods for Spring and Summer, wealth has a mMon to perform in the COmp rising" tllG best mtllG market, economy of nation, and that it 2 survive' . i until that mis,ion shall have WlllCn Will DC S'Otten UI) 111 StVle and second to none in city or me a trialH. C. Rupley J- national phlebotomy and will not permit the doctors to interfere. There is some plau-lbiliin this idea and U. &. will probahlv be compelled to leave hia circu lation in charge of the political vampires. -v- ery little interest exci.cd here in ty IK.O.ETTFLlErX". 1 -- fr.K f will been sccom-- 1 , ii t TJ 1 Wed-nesd- ny PINE Ex-Go- Farm 1 I 'I, enter-pricin- e, . liw . WALL PAPER f STAGrG'S if r oftt-idj- r TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, r- tf poor-hous- &.F. Peacock' KY., JJ McROBERTS 01KA HUSTONVIXI.E, ! HOIJSi: BLOCK, KTAKFOltl). I r- - FOltEICilY FKVITN, -- B. K. UNDERTAKER, ..,.. WEABEli, jour Iealei- in lie, , .o e H, the. rmhrac J Kj. lniln 1 CW-tnerci- Dissolution Partnership WHEN mi ! l'rl I i ' - l't Of any of the goods named below you should by all means buy them of il . LAM-lMK- sunoJio . T. R. WALTON j Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be FAIRLY 1 t - u y enterpriseTIEATED Grocery. i SQIiELIf: Flourj Bacon, Lard, Sugar, ( 'of Ice Xmneatter. Kenlneky, MolUSSCS, SjTlipS, Apple VillCffar ' XLS,L v'oul Soaps, u' GEO. D.BURDETT; starch, Bluing-- Teas, liopc, Can' -- Lately Exteii Additions office-holde- rs n. 2Ifi; ! Price. Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms.! Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, &c, and all at Very Low ruiCES. Country .Produce Wanted. groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Hakes, Hatchets. Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Qneensware, Glassware, Tinware' UUUU?, tllltl XclllU y n i c f. f, t( at en da wit Inn Hal ope will to 0 il V ' There are KtO cliiircliM in Louisville, and well wtaher of the hnndrome young of wool .IllDOK .11. J. DUlcIM.H Wrights Indian VecetablePills the value of which, including ground, I couple. wanted. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. M iCHiidldale fur TorcrMi In the 6th District rou Titk mljcctto the will of the lemociacy. $2,112,071 me .tiei'iouim nave .u, me An Answer Wanted, liiu Kprlnu lot ol ZiiRier Hroa'.ahoe for Itptit 22, Catholic 18, Prenbyterlan 17, Can n7 one tirlni; uiRCe of Klilory or Urer May 2, 1884 both eexea ut received at S II.BIianka'. Stanford, Ky., JAMLS IS. .ltcCKIMKY Cotuplaiot tli t nittet will not tpeedllr Fpiacopal lr, Chriitlan 1H, Ac. cure? Wc ajr llif y can not, thomandt of cnaea la a Candidate for Congwa In the Klglith M.trlct, ' UocKAWAV, nl taunt a icood an new for And aW B i I iOUS Complaints LAND. STOCK AND CROP. currit aubject to the will ot Hit I)eui(M.rcy. lr'l permanetitlr llltlcm,nml wlioaro dally J It illey, Stanford. t.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. aaleby.MM C J, Hlectrlv will roTe. UrlK'at'a Inc rri.'K'rta All DnnrirlsU. Five thoroughbred yearling bulln for Dltcanc, Dlalitttf, Weak llnck or any urinary com 12 60 r. m. Hallt HID going North. IIO.V. A. G. TALItOTT 1 56 r. x. pen the hatida tine line of dinComb and " " Boulh. " rate. J. K Itruce, Stanford, Ky. plaint quickly cured, t liey purify tin Mood, rrg -1 01 A. M. DANVILLEKtprMitriln" Houth Iia Hotnethinjr (right A new. ner rem. Uu ,,ie ,,owf,, l""1 ct m the ,11'",,l I'r"' Jcct Cnndldatnfor olCongrtaa In thla dlitrlct, tut- . E Idle Jone bought of Daniel Stage, ii Nurli.., to the action the democracy SO tcota a For "le at Ktf rr bottle Kuaratitetd ' Bolar Curran. aorrel filly lor $115. Jr , 2 year-olTho Iioto l calculated OH atatidarvl lliue. lxttU h l'unny h McAIItpr; I am standing a good jack at Mr. Ii. Uinela.iUiitU) minutes faster AN elegant lino of ladfeV and Renin' fine, ! ! O. (iover'a, neir TurnciHville, at fb to In ctiatoui made nhoc, junt received by sr.tr aipvkrtiskmknts. LOCAL NOTICES." IC. t aiiro a colt. It. U. Gover. A Oftnloy. ltn i'AlNTUofPenur & McAHater. Robt. McClelland, of Georgetown, ha and Keeli grrat anxiety for the iooideofStinford alock of 8. II. ShankhIiih received hi Lincoln county and promlct tiido the fair thing LanhetiI8 Krdtn edi at tcIU)berln bought up to lat Sunday, 2,265 lamb', for for them in hey will inaure villi hi m in euner & aim'. aprlng and rummer goods and hia More la The 1indon A Lancaihlre Insurance Co, of Manufacturer! of and July deliyery, at near about & I wlih loirll at nriTtet!le2'2 lipadof Ant-cIamwiktjis Garden Seeds at 'Vniiy A chock full of them. Cull and examine, t June Llverpnol, whoae aaviti are tJ 2),WiO, or pcond-ralMulia. Addrcmnn at Ihanoo, Ky. pound. $ i6,M','H, or cent per Tho IIovhI, ol I,lrerpK)l,Hiel McAlial rV. The IjiDiiihlre, of Manchetir, aweli over (6,- - Doorn, Siish, Itliuilpi, lVimlow 1)on,t fall to eee our new peanut rotMer mvivn The largest honeaale evei known took n;-3- t Joh. iUab Hog Cholera Cure. Penny 000,000. frcah roaated petnu'a.next place near Indon thl week. o!e BRenta. A McAlmter andjet aoiue The lie ;rom i' lojniynUtotiurvtt iliy qfaJjuttment C'mmi your account with l'tniiy A Me.-- Monday, County Clourt day. Warren A ujimIiIijijO) Jayi limt. (uy-bod- y and vill iiot',uk iiikI Door FraincH, M old- were fcl'Jl.MQ. One hore, later 1 y cuali or noti'. Write lohtm or call on him at Lancaitcr, Kj. Metcalf. brought $41,000. I.I KlUN.) new nlock of every thing In the I will deliver ico to regular cuitouteri every mornIhkh, Scroll Siivf The Lexington Race bejin next Jijixik Owai.KV ordered a "prominent jewelry Kneat l'enny A McAlialer'a. ing at There are now 120 racer on the cattle, ahecp ami iKiultry pon- cltliMi," one John T. Howell, to Jill, for College. IIoh.l, ONE CENT POUND. Work, Turn- der for .te ly McKoberta A Stage refusing to tenllfy before the grand jury at ground and fully 200 are expected by the Accoui ti f opening day. The meeting promiae to be a customer duo at the cloteof each month or when NKWaAidi-of ready railed alnt for Botnenev STAMOltD, KY. ii'lt. JK-l- f Jc at McKoberta A HtaggV. aprini? tra 11. K. IlAltltOir. ItiK LnUie Worli, a good one In every particular. TllH hai been a dalighlful week for Watch m, Clock and Jewelry repaired Col. J. G. Morgan, of Clay county, old With a Full Corps of Teachers, Mruilng operation, till yealerday when it and warranted by Penny A McAliater. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Flooring, CclIliiKilVeuth- of cattle to Clark farmer at price it waa hvd to keep 43 hrad Ton Ha. e, a new upright,.!. A C Fincher waa i windy and du-tTbli Itiitltutlon will open Ita Thirteenth' Senlon ranging from I lo 4 J cent a pound 'Squire on the 2d Monday In September next. pinno. Apply at Intkiuok Jouaiul of one'eee open. erbourdlng, DrcHHed Iiiiinlicr John M. IUir.ey eold to Claiborne Lile on fice' Don't forget that we handle Maple and Saturday .'10 head of grade ewe and i!0 The Farmers National Bank Nr.w nn full ftock of Firliliu Tiickle of And ohtr ALL THE BUANCHL8 OF A every variel) just received at McItobertA A fancy groceries; a full line of queenaware, Iamb at$0 per head rVincheter DemoStlKltV THQR0UGHENGU3HC0UBSE mnjJen and tinware, table and pocket cut crat. Ham' Ho In Kt tried y uaed by the Leit Cattle are in fair demand in CincinnaIn the Otnte of Kentucky, at the Cloio of relMora, candies, cigar and tobacco Are taught, aa well a breeder tbroi (hunt the country. A eure tery, Duatnes. Apl. 20 1884. ' ti, 2( to 3 for common to medium; good to Alo Dialers In Penny A .McAllaiiir Warren A Metcalf. cure and pretentive. liUBIC, THE LANaUAQES. DUAW-INextra butcher gradei o to 0; common to Agent. W. H Carrier, IS and MAltiitAUiv.-M- r. r. Erfo v iicns. AND PAINTING. "" alilppera Ij to 0J; tocktr siul feeder ! ..W27.1G5 S9 fcwnand dlKviiuta Mim Kliti Jane Prewitt, 17, were marritd PERSONAL. run-nm- g 5j Hogaareipiiet with pritci 41 lo .. 3'tat 3 -- . 0i i 'lrlli,......."rt... ...., at Mr. Wiibiini Prewltl'H thin week ,. w.oro'oo from l to 5 'JO Sheep are firm at I L'.ft llinda to reetire circulation. We iecp a iirj Call oc ua or write for price MiSai.U cClKr.BN la .viiiticg Mia Cirrtn I.ingefelt and Min- - Mollie Minor .. 23,000 CO In Tuition, rrlcra ranxe from f 25 to f JO In th atock and will do our best to plfaio you In fik to 0; clipped 4 to 5; a few tpring lamb at Oilier ttock, londa and mortgages Mamie lteazlcy, .. 1B.3S0 IC regular Departiaeota. Prluiary.iM. Irtermedlate together by Judge Ilrown on the 7 to 81 were tied Due iumi proT4 rriereaent.,.. , and iiuallty ol material. JM). cent. J H JMixanil wife have been iKUh. . . 10II9S0 130; PreparaUuj, t40, aod Due from other National liinki . Citlle are celling at about the e'ame Itral utale, lurntture and Uxture) .. 6,300 00 Viaittng at Mr. It. iC. Wearen'a. aa to Board, Acaddreia for IAXVlt.I.E PLAX1XG JIILL. CO .. Foil etyle, bsauty ni,d gracefulnee, relative price ai one yer ago. Thl in 1 Hllli of other Ilank 4,M 00 MIIH.full rartlculart, Miw M. D Klmoke ia viitlng hrr ! N. U. TlltlKHKAItr, I'rluelUHl, Manford, Llnccln Co., Ky, excel the elegxnl, new all view of the fict thai hogs are il,7W2 Hraitlocal rar?r eiirrencjr, uitkcU and nothing can -ter, Mr. Jame Mair, in C'ampbelNville DariTllle. Ey. 6 ,", tenQlec .1... t.M.M...M...i...M..........H eturnul wool fabric thu seaaon. They can be cheaper ou;ht to be encouraging lo ca.ttle b(le Mit" Katk DivtiMiAJi ha 8,000 CO and becoming feeder. There U no prorpect of any ex6,000 CO l tenrler notes fr mi Willistyfburg, there hehai opened found In all the fahionable ahadea of color, either in the latent plaida citement in the cattle trade, but the gener Redemption fund with V. S. Tritmirer a millinery. . '.,150 00 clrcula'lon) T (5 W. Harden'. al outlook for a good htalthy trade ieem -- Mil ami Miw. (I so. H. IIhuci: have or oolidii, at J W7.W2 S3 ..., Total Ai.e.nt Fob The rather enoouraging. relumed from a rtolt to Mr. I. G. Hit J. H. Ui.r.v, Caahicr of the Winch &TKH Coukt. From 300 to 1. 1 A II I L I T I K S. at Alum Sprliiit. Firmer National Itink get ahead of the COO.OOO 00 & Mk W M. Hlwm of IUwling, buya with hi rrMirt till wiek, and a good 100 cxttle on the market tnoi--t of which iVjiltil nwt pall la W.CM 82 tat- Siirplm Fund c'langed hand at fair price, 3 year-olAnd the V:chlrry ratcid Uiow, for Iinccln andGanard C untlef.WaalitnK'oii Territory, hai our thank one il in. It ifii't every bank: thai In a eur fi.CRS 90 .. I'ndlrldrd prntita tle brought 4 lo 5 cent per lb ,2 year old N.itloiml Rink Nntat outotatidllig. . ,CO0 00 for late Omaha paper. plu JftO.tWO 8- -', So CeO W of undivdtd prof, We build lheratnou"noXAXZA,TlinEMIF.n f rHhrat.OaH. Flax. Clover. mountain cattle 8 to 4, yearlings from iBdlildual drotlti mbJMl to check ,. lU.aao l O.si: of our oouipoalUr, Mr. George t nnd over $327,000 in loan and liiKStraH Murker. "i:t'lli:u.l" . I6.ST9 M reaaaiidallivasaiiddml!!'. Mniturip.K.MUMM Xr.ei. b, lA"crk)tiveIsCircular Hone o line cthtr Natlur.al IUdVi M 20 to 2.10, calve from ilo to $20, woik T..i: a 7 1'OltTAUl.i: Villuj all ot 4, s. In, 11, ana ii Jne (.' Keller, Jr , i nick and ha gone to hi liaCIIOn l'",aui! 14.622 87 . 1iip to suic IlanVa and llankera Vf UMaia epu nuiicu, nuoinovn a iu., nikiiiiivnu, iiiu, cattle 5S0 to ?1'J0. milch cows from SS0 to Ii ine in HarrriHlrburg. S15T.W2 81 A. T. Nunnklllv now has the most ex-- 1 Qflt ,ot of 50 Aftp fM At $305i fr0U1 Total 1 IUmi:y returnII. Mn. ani Miw. lenairely orumenteU 'bus in the Stat. 4o ,0 M )llJ(t hom(l broKIll 505 la $.75, R sTATL OF KKNTftKY. L. ed to Islington elerday. Giorge Kiu- J ..uiity f LImcmIii The painting was none oy .Mr. i.ewia . frW Kot)l ones rotd at from $IW to 5160, ..:..! ft.M..t r. Jno. 11. Owiliv. C.iihler of the above named vit lht M lnt 0t abiuL i mules on the market which Bank, diisotriuiily .rir that, the ulwve atatfinenl nd in ddlli" " I . VV lln..r.N. ll.o. MrAl- iM.- -L ... ". ....... ,., . mj kwinu ami iii- It true to lie nameatal work, there are seventeen band-- 1 hroun. from 10(, t0 5,175. J.NO. II. OWbLKY, Oahler. Dr. J. V. l'eyton hare . ter, !. TelUm and CSTBead What Some of Our Best Parmcis and Citizens of Lincoln and Garrard Say: some linilicaes. Lwi is aimoai a wonauJ.morii to fure mi- - thl. Iitday gone to the Cumberland at Willlatiiibtirg to DANVILLE, BOTLE COUNTT. W. M. bltlllHT, N. I". - a der in thu art ol fancy painting. ot .May, ljl. e have had olir wheat "We, the undf rained eltlceni of Lincoln and (larrard, do cartlly that fiah Unfilled with llobluaon A Co.'i Sew Hoaatin Urnlii andSeid Thresher and Eoglne, and we (Ire rrcat Mr. F.J. Nichols nd Miss Metie Pow. A MONO the late arrirala at Howling CVrreit attwt lor the work It did for u. It thrmhea f4it, cleans and leparule sskomI credit 3 any we erer had, TittHE never wa. we are told, such S. H runa amootber and with lem noire, cloia not i ratk the Kraln like moit uaclilnea. In conclusion will ell obtained license to marry on the 29ih. lireen la Kmmelt (J. Logan, Jr. Iia piin-cip- il l)lrectnrs. v. aay to those that e peel to buy Machine ol thin kind that they ran not do better than to get the J. another crowd a gathered Wedce'day at Illind Tom, the wonderful nrgro pian J II. reemblance to hia paternal ancestor Williamsburg hy W. H.TKAYLOR. Slanlo-d- . Tbreaberund Knirtne Ky. free him and get rrieia lo see Barrett's circus. Er-erbefore purchaatngcloewlirre Mgned: .1 K Oiraley, II. Hiughman, .1. II. Miller, J. C. Lynn. . J. tin- - , ia raid to lie In the enormoua detelopment it, ii billed for the Opera Housj the 9ih B. Uoon, 8. II. Dudderar Win Goooh, Jordan Putin, James T. Adaiu, Wu. A, brj.J . Owsley, II. kind of looking mtn or woman, travel- inst. HUtt, J. Hurt. of hia pedal eilremlliea. A'e endorse what the farmer tay In regard to the Ronanzi Threaher and Engine, built by Robinson ing io evert conceivable way and all bint Dried Apples ami 1'eaches and Irish A Co., The following are the "faithful," Indiana, ami aild he-- e hy V. H. THAYlOK. their Aitent. IW haTe bought and an on seeing the elephant, it Potatoes will bring highest price at T. R. waa ipienaniiy I S'ouul' nun pa ioi oi imeii larefiieii wiiii tue r.oiiRnii ami . , . .. iiiretner, ,,...,., ii ,ni o:.r., .. uone nice ..... . ..... .. .... .. all olhce holder hut two, who went to the . ,. Th iinniijl meetlnf of the .,.n,ni ir. oi ine . going tiMny miles to see. , ,ncol'MIll. lor the e.ection ,. btanf-iriA Halls Iia i rurnp Uel Walton's. I republioan convention from IxnniTille .) u.nr.1 it iiirectora for the ensu Xr. i'ri.im The Singer Sewing Machine Company To thore whom I hare rold machinery I extend Uianka tor tbilr patronage, and will say to tb(- -e In the Circuit lie rk's offlce ing year will l.err Cp'. (I II McKinuej, Judge J up with buy that 1 will take above named machinery. Mhh Kati Dl'Hhciiak, having secured I tilling up the store roaru owned by the InNtanlMdon the l.M SAT UltllAY IN MA, that exect toeverything Iain perfectRrtat pleaiure in lifting youon band thesupply ol printed rcattoe Will see that a I have worslng 11 O. Alford, John a suitable iooci In William. burg, will open A Lytle, roetiuaater a. UuclutkP. N ....... l'rcldnt. which will be sent to any oiih addressing me atorder. Lincoln County, Kr. Manford, I'mctor heirs, next door to II K Samuel's Istl. ;4M,1 J. E. W. Cientry a millinery store in that place on Monday, ii Yutira very truly, II'. 11. Tit A Xl.OIt. J M. Itoberl. J T O'llair. drug store, and when completed will occu anJ do irte Uii'on. April USib, under tb control of herdaugh it as a repo.llory . ifiin...,..,i.-i.. -- .,. .,.r lu .c in .va ,, ter. .Uiss i Tj)e LOCAL MATTERS. whieh , glmUy Udle. of Dial town sn eleBant '" , M ,t lhe Flft I.rbTtwfinn church. nh ltv. Thehaierifldfr of 'lie Maufonl A Hiislonvllle Ilig-ilinoiU and oorn al W. II. ki.i annual Lo will ln.ld sp,inK and ..immer ...Hl.n.ry, and mvHea ,. ( , u ,. Tumi lie IVm.1 ifailfeslitHOl ihelr lloatd ulmretliiK, ,ne turretM. tnV nnd i. wt . lliem to can anil examine uer ko"'$ Jiiruexsviiie, on inr.m ,!, still centlmin w.th . jmtable - mcreare .'U-tbuggiiw at Hribt 1'n. Ii carriages ami " ASH; 1'rwWent, Din- - of interest on the ptn i.f the larai- conste-- ! . ., i ? .fwrran'a . i wa cooKiom oi her ap- - etlion which hav Usn in tiiendiuce up villw WealnemUr, ' I!kam iiew lot ol Ir.tma at f. V. Kbaf proachlnvj death and akod that a post mor j on h.ith the afternoon and mi;ht semces. JbemiSllfchlinteriorournnI Osb hundred Ihoumnd pound 3 r.h-cU- LIVER COMPANY . Fire Fire Fire "PLANING MILL IUNAim X .tii. ji.spai.ihxg. A 1 ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! PER tf Wed-ne'da- y. Stanford Female a Building Material Farming Xmuihcr Q b't TERMS MODERATE. Colif-Rlal- liV. r, J3L. TRAYLOR, lt-t- BONANZA GRAIN FIELD SEED THRESHER. ".' 1 -- .. 1 t! -d 1 y n -- ax-8o- ld Turnpike Election. l assem-blagmwor- .i.i. ., v-- SU-li- o,rj, ' ,, Turnpike Kleetion. 1 n - iii , I (er'etiillrj. A , Dun lap, on whom of it. llmt mr where the tumor ollice. had become entanuled with an known as ovariotomy was performed l membiane ksr'JJA olic InR rre.iueni auu " Willie Kmhrv baa ten pair of canarr Intestine, sBitttnie oil the jwsisee of itu con- Thnrulav iliinl nn Vw Ineml ir inorpinr.il M , forlnn pun"e firefthe ensuina:a ye.ir ' Hoard of Uirectora of the operation 7()0 caei opera-tw- l y o'clock. Fruui the lime :i3-tCHITON FOtVLKK, ''resident. tents. It is mid that in biid fir eale. on as Mrs. Ddnlap. only three have until Sundiy evening, she iroi;resid satis. All klmla of lumber in the rough at tujr died from the cause iiamel. factorilly, when bid symptoms brcan.which yard. II. K. Wtwiren. ' - "" continued without abatement until the end T..K IMLRIOII JOPKNAI. Job I lll,e Cot , njve of Thuaharcbolderaolihe llan.lm; Fork AI"--Oreen Nice lot of CrackuelH. lA'mon Wafern, ,1 UUer Turnpike lwd (oinpiny will faArl'UI)A a" eek the , .ncoIn an iniere.ti.iK' numUir-oout laT Tea CaVee, &c, at T. It. Walton'a. emnUf harini. been 1)0rn and .lone.' Mure. MeKluuey. on theof e'ecllnc a I ii "Kmiurky lUal E.tate Journal' fnrW.!' rilUw, nwr H;,onT!r, HmUas aloiit 63 in MAY. Ie8tluriliiiiinie r the rustling year. and Hoard of Director I A kRwoiii plainer will be olineJ nut a,,,l pwipriei.ii The ,MMofaKB. Mii:r,.U.H J. W. OtVESS Trcsident. jina sh wis a pood wile, an at rott to teen from earning over. Jlrislil i thu eame x of this sheet and the mother a. d a faithful friend, ,rt'urrn. in tuber, prln tetl wi 4.00Q, which be will , The lmw 0CC(lrfe(1 nt o . and get my pilcea on caniml fruitH crHti.ously.dislribute wherever ihey' w.ll Call Thl.lu,v fri);n(is of Mrs. Mattie Jones A Colleya . ... j 1heitoekhoMenir the Huttonvllle C. Jaiper a ......-- . of .... , , arid vegeVablep. You vrill etve money by do the most Kood. Mr. Miller Is an emr- - .. D Turnpike lload i'o. ill meet at T. t and enierpriini imn and the land will be delighted to learu that she is in a Mill on -- ATI'KIIAY, MAYS I M P.M., for i;etic no doing. S. SM.er Store thuolrcUwuof owners of this section are indebted to him lair way of recovery from her recent Hlarm-i- tor threniuiu 1'rrsideut and Hoard ol Dlrittora year. Ii you want to do the clever thing call ...... Treildent. ' C- for so efleclivcly brinKinu their farms into M Id illness. There wis bill slight hope for in Momliy ami pay your euboriptinn. notice. her during Monday and Tuesday, indeed oti owe it and we need It. A IUt CaB -- After swearing off the on the evening of the ltter day she was 'he Nreel life of hemp, dl-ton- , bench bjlh Juilee Ilrown and Judge Car thought at one time to be dyink'. Messrs Wk A The stocklioMrsof yarn and H.ueiH larpeta ever rhown son, iheexamiiiK'inK tr.alof Sttrk F.sh for S. C. Harlan, A. S. Mills, F. W. landman, Turnpike Head Co Hi- aunl'ird Mlllcdlll ill' X U'ltO r In MAY, In thU tiMrket. K ImUun A: 0eleT. (hooting the colored iimii, James Jones, I. S. Warren and W. P. Speed, after mak-W4- s MrettnallouMiio the lTiAo of a I r.l-deli84. at 2 p M lor ih purp ..t IUr rr the eiiuliiif year. fishing on and Hoard Iuk elabsrate preparations, went ' finally had Wednesday before j rerelved a large new rprtng I have jual J W WEAlLKtOltlJ, 1'rnldeut. JI3.ta warrant hud been Wednesday evening, Tliey all returned lot of dry goode, clotSing, bootn, fhoen, Dati.e sand IlriKht lhe umendod so a to charge a con-- 1 safely, but have been gravely reticent as to fee, nd am lelllng cWper than ever D. previously TURNPIKE ELECTION. ' spiracy between Fi-- h and S J llile and the number offish caught. Mr. J.D Jone, KUm. they were tried tcfether. The proof waa of St. Louis, is here, called by the illness of The stockholders of the Knob LickonTurnplko Mu J. W. CiOTinilEM giving much will meet at .lie Jones, who was driving a his sister, Mrs. -- eel. Mrs. rhil C. Kuiil, lload Compaiiy IN MAY, ISSl. Manfordelection 181 off for t'-all kind" of Mov lhat llles asked ' SATTKIMY HHii rejiurer ol wagon, if he intended to run over him, to of Lexington, is spending a few days with I'reildeut and llard ol Diiodora for tho ensuing He 1U only he here a lew ing maclilnea. Mr. Granville Cecil yeir which he replied: "No, boe " With this Miss Julia UcDtrr, A K DENNY, l'Mildent. ill-Idays longer. If you have work in hi line provocation Hales drew his pistol and snap- will leave Monday for h visit to Lexington ' now in your tlnie. r. and Georgetown. Mr. M. J. Furris, who Fish then rode up and ped ul Jonei Two of the four houxe being built by ''Mine don't do that way," fired his has been in ditlerent arts of the .South for HP Hk W Vi KM lSSBSK M'nlerioii IVyton, Ki., at Stanford Junc- pistol, striking the negro as stated in onr about two months, returned Wednesday , others last. The defense introduced no witnesses. night in a much improved condition of tion, have been completed and the : CNLY TRUE will ha In a abort time, tie naa aireauj Fish was n quired to give a 51.000 ball health. Mrs. Sam Warren, of Somerset, is secured tenant for them. bond and Biles $500 and So() each addi- visiting her sister, Mrs. I. S. Warren, at Il the Clemens Hou'e. to for- tional for carrying concealed weapons. 1 AM paying particular attention The marriage of Miss Nannie Bright, nod tho public is about the worst case of wilful and uneign and dnmcfltlc frtiite, H llright, to find mo supplied with a large provoked shooting that e have have heard daughter of the late John will alwaja South-Ben- d n Mr. Wm. II. Kobinson, of Garrard, was W if the victim Cm v tn iv ra M. stock of frer-- orangea, bananaa, lemonn, of for a long time and I am felling on respectable white man they would solemnized on Tucday at the First Free-- 1 a and grron applen, which B. not have gotten oil so easily. The County byterian church, the Kev. E M. Green, the lowest poerible margin. 8. Myers. Attorney, lor family reasons, did not ap the justor of the church, performing the a large JUST received at J. W. llayden'a nr.r in the case, but W. II. Miller. Jos. H. the ceremony. The bride's dress waa of FACTS T.ECAROIKQ tnmire of ladiea and gentlemen's line Paxlon and M. Peyton did not let the Com j embossed white velvet with court train, Dv. Haitsr'a Iron Tonia shoe, made on all the. dif- - monwealth suffer. It is understood that and diamond ornaments, the Utter the' ctwtom made - rl 'ilheDIOODirspilalo The attendants M- - A T. Viinns-llrwlinsr ilrieer Jones pift of Mr. F.obinsOIl. ferent laete, o he i prepareu io m . :.'.i.n .ml iiniieve.iiiiu iciCHTiiitt. iiiu ..... .1 highest insteps in were Mils Catherine Moore, ot Yincueterj i KaLTuVnltviooHrf ibtiTip ,Iiih iy;o feet fiom the lowest to is paving the attorneys for the prosewas, "marked ' town, all of which have been cution. Injuitlce to the defendants we and Mr. R. II. X. Dobyns. of Danville; t Mau. ic ." ",a,i "i.o. Miss Sophia llright, the bride's sister; anU tfcj.'' l ottom juices at rock will state that there was no proof that Uuy Mr. A. E. Hundley, of Danville; Mi 5!'c1i.rattW."?K behind them. MlLLiNKUvT-M- ra. Kate Dudderar wish- had their "sweethearts" . . . ' the mind und aupi Ilea llrul.i Lelllp llarhealer. of Stanford: and Mr. W that she it receiving Riles had no one and Fish a very old wo- D. Moore, of Danville; Mis Lou Robinson, LALSlEo iieciilinr iiiuivirava win ' es to, inform the ladles v. ..r. iiR.XIAIlTKR18raOHTONiafiei'i- if- - selected man. . T, -uro. ,( mes mieiirnii.nij-iM.y- i ioi "I'l"',,; ...I I.&..1 oi...""V Jiryaniavnie; anu .ir. mc". dally a splendid line of millinery, I llm 'aluo Tho struniL-sMie invite, The usheia were Mesaera, of Danville. ireiinell altcnPta '1 the greatest are, to which with RELIGIOUS. itk Wiseman, Hank II comiu rV iniiiiir "j ' ii ''''l,;:o1!'"',lr, . W. (teo. Evans. fixed Friday and She has 11 inspection. f of Tho General Cunlerence of the Metho- Fox, S. S. Fry, Jr., Lucien Logan and Ity not li.e orlirl u..l rtl ) Uiuer llliloiS al and llltST exporhnenl-ido and 31, for her grand d Baturdiy, May Carter Robinson. Aa the bridal party ladieH dist Episcopal Church met in Philadelthe church the wedding march waa opening daya and hopc that all the .IraniMiiod nwful lul .rmatlon.liee. phia Yesterday. It is the highest artisticalW rendered by Mr. T. I . Curry, i 0n HARTEn.8 )n0N TONIO 18 FOR 8ALE DV AU """" ing body of that orgauizition. will r.i on her. urewnimK msuryiiaTn anj DCALCR9 EVCRVWHIRC well filled with frieiu'.B X The church wru to order. for was a, pieoe . (iuuhornu le, Aip) .it thin tern ... 11.1.1 i.ei.eiu. an.- i nc it... rr.. ...... J:J,..-..- 1 -,. , lr-- SJjIli.. I'.iU. , fli.nlii. ,., iLnf fir ..t T,,. mMl,BB 0, lhn oi.reboKier of lhe the operation Tiiiiieivlil",".McKlnuey A uiflsj 'a MIlbTumpike .ft ''JlilcetlOII. Jfif'' Tlll'Iipike ,,, d d iiURKAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - '" Or ' Turnpike JEleetion. ' ROGERS I AND DEALERS IN- - j thi-w- f Dn( rcl-.id- "w nirav Turnpike Ktaction. liiiMll WARE, QUEENSWARE. n; b'e Turnpike Election. - j m' eiH-iin(- Farming1 Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, -- INCLUDING THE- - j say-ini- JfiTTI Mitcliell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, AIcFarland and XT. S. Jiuggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR had-bee- ifei "rim is i r ,, and Hamilton Plows, Solo Agents for Furst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning Plows, "j t,li ?' ill Mf - ,, Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Ev?ns Corn Planter and Thomas, Harrow; Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Marvcstiii t lacliinos; law-ma- AlaiL AT BED ROCK PRICES. WJU Scmi-fetehl- with much Kratitication tou I atn In rece.pi oi toe handii,it pieieuneoi lish this fact Hint thin colony is meeting May 2, 1884, wlili extraordinary ticceH. Wc were in a SPEINQ AND SUMMER MILLINERY Stanford, Ky., measure instrumental in locating this colo-- n I have ever handled, tu wnlch I invite yourctten-lioHaving taken unusual care In ita selection, nnd it iioen us good to ete that ita auc-ce- a I am sure that an examination will prove mutual. LINCOLN COUNTY. h apaured. Ir advantageous (live m acall. jiisn ltr.t.i.E Stanford, Ky. Mr. Jacob Ottenheinier, of New York, 212-t- f (From W, II. Miller's Fcal Estate Journal the manager of the colony, ia displaying Badly needed tit Stanford a plan-iu- g tact, cood iene and Gne business : mill. It would live long nnd pros Dress-Makin- g ! Kcity, ministerial and executive capacity Per tnd I have associated with me In the Ko county in Kentucky has made generally in the conduct of its affair greater progress in population and the cotuinnv haadone well in entrusting ita limine.-- , Miss K.U Smiley, a very accomplished lady in that line, and bare fitted up rooms In raj wealth since 170 than Lincoln. See huaineM to hia management and control Over 40 famine' have lecateu and pur residence, where I hope all who wlshour services the statistic. wilt call on tu. Satisfaction and perfect tits guarhomes nnd England, Holland, Gormauy and chased Ottenheimer are doing well. owlet-a- anteed. haa a competent Mr. 3111S. UEOIUIK 31YEIIS. Switzerland are represented in the imemployed, whose busineM it ia to amist couuty during migration to Lincoln S M.OWKNS. J. r. iiocKxa. in the purchase of live atock, farming tho last four months. and other supplies, ard to instruct Lincoln county continues in the them in the methods of farming in this ! lead as the lowest taxed county in the country. MeKIXXJBY, KY. State. No county surpasses her in The hrc been well rr ceived this respect and only one, Bourbon, by our people nd ao far as we are informed I hare Juit opened up this Motet, alter being equals her. (and we haye taken some pains to instruct thoroughly re at ted and refurnished throughout with everything new, and county haa 56 miles of ourselves on this point) they are well pleasLincoln of turnpike. ed, contented and happy in their new I Intend to Hun It in First-Clas- s Style railroad and 124 miles hundred bridges span her home. Over one Real Estate Journal. Fxcsllent Mineral Water on the preiulitt and thoe weklng health can not Hnd a water courses. Her internal improverrrt during the eiimtmr special attention will IXTEHMITTEXT FEVER. given to the wants of Comniercltl Men, who will ments cost over 82,000,000. find Urge and This In 1870 the population of Lincoln nguo is tho medical namo for fevor and I shall also nlie arooms todlnilay their samplei. een Llverv nllil..wh..r ; or rather, fevor and ngno u one fast horiM and good turnouts can hi hid at all 10,947; in 1880, 15,080. county was fcJMui hours. S. M. O ll'K.VM. (See census- - reports.) It is now over form of intermittent fever. Tho name a great im- rofors to tho fact that tho paroxysms 17,000. There has been migration to the country from every come and go generally at regular intervals. Thero am threo kinds of inter direction. is no inland town or city in mittent fovors quotidian, in which thoy There Kentucky more eligibly situated and roturu every day; tertian, in which they with more suitable advantages for return overy other day; quartan, in manufacturing industries than Stan- which thero ore two days between their ford. See the maps showing railroad recurrence. A fourth kind, called erS& j! Interior Journal German Colony at Highland, County, Lincoln to pub- TO THE LADIES and mostom- SAM 134-ln, fROKKSSIOSAL It in it. BVKDXTT. 1. W. M6WH, & Notice ! -- BtJHDBTT DROWN, VT TO It NRVfcl AT , 1 Tu A. XV MT. VEIINON, KV. Kir in for tile, situated one mile Kail ot Cralt Orchard, much of the land river twtloiu. For terms apply m (1. V. James H'rab Orchard, Kjr., or to myself at Farmers National A fine Stock WH Hank. 1 liiatir.s, en-eri- DANVILLE, Will practice In the Court of Boyle and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. . A.'r'rOHNliSVlA.T KY., ALEX. ANDEBBON, LiA.1V, 343 1m dress-makin- g And Mailer Commissioner Hockcaslle Circuit Cour, MT. VERNON, KY. Will practice In the Uockcastle Court!. Collection! a specialty. Office I Court-hous- e. (138J A.ttornoy J. B. FIB II. jx.t. JCum. nt 5t Office South side Main Htreet, two doors above the Myers Uoteh Pure Nitrous Ozldt Gas administered whsn ia-qulred. 8UUOEON rx:rvx,i'r, STANKOHD, KY. DU. W. D. LEE F. HUFFMAN. Lonlsvllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Inllanapolls, Ind., dealers In Stelnway A Sons', Decker Bros.', HalueV, J. A C. Fischer, Vose A Sons', llaldwln A Co 'a Cottage, Upright and Square I'lano Forte; aln the Kjley, ribonlnger and Hamilton Organs. Initrumentasuld at prlceaand terms to suit p Don't give your orders till you gel our prlceaand terms. IWwiint I. J! fs m'aj C3r. 3FI- - "7VsEft037ai Through Trunk Line II. Kuldnin & Co., l H1 ja-uui- u J. II. OtfNhRY, Ci. T.U. Itumber. JM'V.TjfTj.i'. LOUISVTLtF TH NASHyiLLE'RTK) CHEAT RKPalCSKMTa J' 1 Wltdout'Change andwltli Speed UnNyalei SHORTEST AND FROM LOUIS.VII.LS TO Coiiiinorcial Hotel new-come- 8TANKOHDKKNTUCKY. Offlee over llohl.rt. Lytls'a store. Office hour from 8 tots a. u.and 1 u3 r. M. Anesthetleaad IS4-- 1 vr. I mlnt.teml wien Toiltlrtt. I'ENNY, Crow's Smuggler! Isadsrk mahegony bsy hore, fotle-- l June Itth, IH.W; full til hinds high; high style and good atall pulnta: waa sire I by the champion trotting stallion of the world, the renowned Hmtiggler. record 2 I3.V Klnt dam bv Mambrtno HUrllshl. Yd dam br OI. Iver, he by Wagner; at dam by Watner; 4th dam Helen Kawcett by Imp. Tranby; 3th dam Nell (Iwlnne bv Thornton Hauler, filh dam by Imp. Trafalgar; 7th dam Netiletop by Imp, Hpreail gle; Rth dam by Shark; 9th dam by Imp. Janus. l"hus we have all the desired elements acomhl nation of the highest lyp-- of v'ut"Dlt. pacing and thoroughbred blood. Therefore Crows Hrauggler evidently must proiluce speoty as well as the highest type ot combined horses Ills sire could QUICKEST Tilt ROUTE nir SOUTH & WEST Without changs to Ns.hvllle. Msmrhli, Mill ItoeW, Mentgomsry Atlanta bar. cash, Jacksonville, Mobile, and iiew Orl.sns. Fire, Lightning ii Tornado IN NUIl ANCE! Seven'First-Olas- s Pill I U1N PARC rULLITiAn UAllO lj. BEST ROUTE T0FL0RIDA In Palace Cars Without ( hang '. 1 rirst-elS- Companies I LOWEST 3RA.TES I9M111 JOE ABDALLAH! J. 31. M'IUl.irs,'Agt.atuitoH MKRWIM'NNI'KCIFIC, T4. Mark. The Great English Remedy, Is a positive cure for Weak Memory. Um of Drain rower. Nervous Weskneaa. hxhaustlon, rmlnal Impolency. and (leneral Ijntn of l'ower nl the lleneratlve Organs; .nil .It ill.!,M thai fnllmr a. . -- a. BlforeliKlnir. nuence ot youthful Imprudence or as I nlversal iJMituJe, rain In the bacK, lllmneu of Vlstoii, 1'rema-lur- e Old Aire and many otter ills-eaes that lesd 10 Intanltv r Consumption. In all cases of K'emsle Weakness the rjpecltlc acta Ilka n chirm, restoring loss or fading vigor, gtvlmr to the eye a brilliant and sparkling beauty, to the cheek connections. NaBhville, the Cincinnati, leans & Texas PaciBc and Hcmember that three great rival railroad companies, the Louisville & New Or- county. Three more are needed and will be built as soon as the money can be spared from the county treasury. If the present progress in internal im provement is conttnuea lor nve years r longer Lincoln county will have a system of roads and bridges than any couuty in Kentucky. bet-te- the Chesa peake it Ohio, compete for the carrying trade of Lincoln county. A uridqe will be built across Dix .River this Summer on the line of the Proachersville turnpike, making four bridges across that stream in Lincoln 179, PnooRE33. Oa January individual deposits in the banks in Stanford were S206.456 03; on January 1, 1884, $399,308 52. Increase in'five years, S192.551 49. Deeds recorded in 1878, 2GG; in 1883, 360; increase, 64. Civil suits instituted in 1878 in Circuit Court, 14U; in 18H.5. 129; decrease 11. Business of all kinds makes as good a showing. It is safe to say that business in every branch of industry ha? increased in Lincoln county not less thau 30 per cent. Nothing proves th"t3 more clearly than the increased amount of individual bank deposits, which shows also an evtraordinary growth ot wealth. nnoTuuit QjitDSRira lime-kil- h The decrease in litigation, notwithCLVll. standing the great growth of business During the past wook tho Committ ., -ana increase oi iwpuiawuu, jon jtcm Harmony has been busy .u uu ana a a reault Broth nign state oi pruspnuv pay- er Oardner was asked to submit the folOur Tobacco Production, lowing maxims to tho club for adoption: Tho fifteen states of Kentucky, "Ad varsity makes heroes; but w Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Ten- doau want any odvarsity." nessee, North Caroliua, Maryland, " Misery Iubs compauy ; but de comWisconsin, Missouri. Connecticut, pany hain't worf 'soshatiu' wid." Indiana, New York, Massachusetts, " Do man obleeged to borry an ax am HHuols, and West Virginia, in the noblwr situated to lend a spade." 1870, order named, still produce, aa in " It's none o' yer bizuess who libs more than ninety nine per cent, of next doah, if ho doan' steal your wood." the tobacco of the United States, " Bread cast upon do water. mny rereported in twenty-twiiioueh it is interest, wid a Oft turn ; but other States and Territories. good iudorser, am mo' like bizness." these fifteen, only ansouri, lttttiois, " Do man who kills your chickens am ludiaua, and Massachusetts produced in 1870. Kentucky produces ready to respect you if you kill his dog." loss thau Brother Oardnor finished the reading, tfiirlysix per cent. ofUie total product of the country Virginia holds tho placed tho paper under a weight, and than aid : second place; Pennsylvania has ' It seems to mo dat abstract maxims from twelfth to the third; and North Carolina, Connecticut, and am like wooleu mittens in July. I have t no doubt dat one could sot down an' New York have each gained one Those cali to mind 500 mottoes, maxims n the rank of tobacco States. an' that have not retrograded its relative sayin'a dat would read off very flue, but Mary-lau- d production are Ma'sachusetU, would bo a useless task. When you Indiana, it and West Virginia, have told a man to bo honest, industriIllinois, Missouri and Tenuessee. ous an' forgiviu', you have got do esLittle Ruck Gazette. sence gf all de maxims eber written, an' you liava given him nil de burden ho kin IRON The Soi'THEKN' l ur up uuaer. Mitiouuced one day lat De work oi de commit- producer m ien- - teo will not be lost, howeber. Wo will that a hading iron iftpft had nuulen contract to funtt iav ,ia marimij aside until nu opportu atS10..r)D nity off(JW to seua (lom tobomu Common S2.OOO.O0O worth of The Pennsylvania CiMU101i ortxlder public lody."--2iiYto S12 50 per ton. irou men wuen interviews on the pri,c pfClltm ahe subiect aflectci to laugh nt tho .... oi-. .. - o.,ll u OVVUPATIOX8 aoxK. irinn 01 irou Daiiii: luutiu m price. As there seems to be no doubt ' Italy is losing ground. A great pora to the correctueii'i of the report, tion of the Italian macaroni Uiod in this tUn amila ot the PennsvlviinLt men country is made in St. Louis. Littlo must be covertod into u caae of dry negro boy in thU city oltuott monopo. firav force iron is quoted at' lize the hand organ. Tho grentor num14 per ton in Chattanooga in open ber of Italian opera niugers aro Amerimarket. The South U able to sell cana, who aro educated abroad and given iron cheap and to make money on queer names to satisfy tho cultured hearSavannah News. it. Louisiana cotton seed oil comes ers. A. P. Maupin, of Mason county, back very aweet in bottles from sunny Woodford Italy. American sculptors chisol most h tobacco raiser, settled in of '80 was 13,500 in Rome. New Orleans Plcaytmc. 1830. Hia crop acres, which ho sold at pounds on I0c; secondferop, spring of '81 dry "Musio hath charms to soothe tho year, 7,519 pounds on 10 acres, price savago breast," aa tho man oaid when lie; third crop, '82, 11,835 pounda he put n brass band around tho neck oi on 10 acres, price, 12 J; fourth crop, hia '83, 12,511 pouuda on 12 acres, price A Lawyer'3 Opinion of Interest to All. 15c. J. A. Taivnsy, Esi,, a lead attorney of Wlnora, Minn,, writes: "After using it for more than thtee G. T. Galnea. of Boone county, has l 'ke great P,ea'uf 1" stating that I regard SO cwea which dropped 73 lambs, 70 of which are living, and aro sold at Ixxit remedy la the world for Coughs and CoJdi, It $4 per head. Estimating each ewea'a bainorerfallel to cure the most severe Colds I fleece this spring at $1.25, will make bare bad and Invariably relieves the pain In the chest " Trial Dottles of this sure cure for all them yield tbeir owner $8 per head Threat and Lung Diseases may 1, Evidences of Pk09peity and the ratic, occurs at irregular intervals. Intermittent fovers are supposod to bo caused by malaria. They mainly prevail in regions where tho soil contains a largo portion of decomposed matter. anLCi2j In this country tho disease has been sta'llan, confined chiefly to tho West and South. The comblueJwill be vr has recovertd from distemper and jutted to serve tusres Now York and Now England havo known At $15 to IiiHitre a Liiing Colt. it almost wholly by report. For the Mares pasturnl at tl per month. For further last few years, however, it has shown particulars, s!l on or adilre itself in Now York and Connecticut. S. 11. llAVt:ityiAX, Mantord, Ky. This last summer it broke out as an extensive epidemic in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, seizing many victims in both of these States. I "111 stacd three It is probable that tho epidemic has a Ja'lsat my stables this season, connection with the great lack of rain, which has left tho bottoms of so many PRINCE ! ponds and marshes bare, thus exposing a large amount of decayed matter. Periods of unwonted dryness are genOLD erally periods of various epidemics. Black Hawk Tho low water in tho wells contains at such times a larger proportion of ROSCOE CONKLINQ! matter, for the water drains All at the same price from a much wider area. Intermittent fovers begin with a se- $10 to lutture a Mnr with Foil vere chill, during which the teeth chat- Or 112 to l.oli a life policy on the colt uulll five ter and tho whole person Bhakes violent- monthiold. If a man wants a msre colt, we give htm special iultahle terms. Prince ly. Tho fever generally lasts several will In let to xU um !u for 1 Jennet colt or a Jennets at lust Jack coll. a living Jack colt. Insured uutll six hours. The remedy is quinine, nour- months old, K1. ishment, rest and, where practicable, Marri pasture.) at $1 SO per month, and Jennets $1 wr month. Marei traJml Utt'ire foaling time removal from the malarial region, forlrlti tliocoti'r.tn lor A.ieaheliun the I will give prompt perwnal atteniton the a.on. Youth's Com2anion. to the acvomrn'rlatloa of all my patron. I. El i II I'll it I.E. 1 24-lf Bv.yBH the excr-n-ot matured years, such Tra.lM.rk, tne ni.y tlooiiu oinraun. ".MerwIn'sJ'peclfle 1 Is sold hy all Druggists at lackage, r six packsges for U. Alwby mall, iwstage free, on receipt of price. erKull pirtlculars In umphlet, which will be rasIleJ free to every applicant. Addretu all communications to the aile manufacture. r After Taklar. 31V It It. i V Three Jacks Urugg'sts everywhere Sold In Stanford by Penny to., JtEliiriXECity, Mo. Kansas A IW-ly- McAllster and all r MYERS HOTEL, E. trot better than ?:ISand pare better than 2 8utiuLKa'a It six) an aualHST that or Atx Otiikr Livmo bTaLLIoNi. The fastest first heal time. 2.ixt, faMesl second hsattlme, i IT. fillet 4. last-emini iirai, ;irr-.- , laiieas Mtirin nrii, i ttfth heat, 1 I.1, He tloldsmlth Maid on her merits at CWvrland. lhlo. Cioslderlng tint this was a comMllng rare. deerately Jockeyed and fought front beginning to end, won with n favors shown but every advantage takeu to defiat (muggier. It stands secund to no triumph ever won on the trotting turl. lie sired the great that sold lor IIJ.O'iO; il.i the last gelding. Hawthorne. I'ocsliori'.ti. another of the lamlly, made a pacing record of 2 7H and driver weighing i Ikjuikis. louag 1'ortiiontas trulte-- l a mile In 2 it; a hall In MM1,. Anotberof I he great family, titrldeaway, trutleil three consecutive heals In 2 IS, 2 and 2 I51,. proving cunrislvely that no olhsr family of boite have shown so miuh and wonderlul emliiratice. It Is safe to presenl sume that such great perlsruilng ability nevw a pears without sn Inheritance. (lenlleraen, eiamlne the tlud books and you will And that CIIO W'd H.Ml (idl.KIt traces seven times to Imp. MeMetige' and ones to Knglltn the sire of Imp. Messenger Maiuhrlao Slsrllght's full sister, !. ly Thome, haa a record nf 25; bis full brother, Wnollake, a record ot 2 K'i. In view of giving all aallilactlon, I now put this horse's srrvires at t lie vers low price of 81ft la Inaiirr it Stnrr Irs t'Onl, money due when the tact la ancertalneii or msre parte( with. The horse will stand at my atsblee, 4 mile west uf .Stanford, Ky.,n the Mantord A 8hlby llty turnpike. Iteepwtfully T. l.i t'ltUW. I bavethi only coll ot Crow's Smigter's get. Hald colt Is a good one out of a purebred trotting msre, was foaled last May, goes all the gslls-trn- ts, aces and racks very fast aud gos the tunning 1). ALnainllT. walk to ritanfoid, Ky , Keli. IS, I'M .. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rrosa Louisville la I'alareCars willioutc.an,e receive aptclai low lal ' IO st Ac.cr write Se Acnli '' of 111, t p rale. ,, , Seeking homes on the line rl (Ms read will ,,t t..r t rat-,l ., i (., (, p iuimi t i r, ,ea I i, Kr, I'll-gri- m '''id cents lor poilage and receive A ? """Iree.acTislly tox of goods, which win uriiaii, ni eitii'r sei to Mure woney right away than anything els In this world fortune V sure, uti await trie workers At onru ad- drcM Tat g A l". Augusta, llsllie, PRI7F lS "MONON IfiOUTJE." Louisville, New Albany & Chicago TIIK a Mini-tirln- o, Railway. UJJK Itl'K.NINd Pullman n.ltY Palace - Carsl ASI SOLI II TltAI.V.- LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO le hritcUL Notick -r- asaestgers Irots the Knot-vllllranch of L. A N It. It. arrive la Louisville In time to take the evening train of the "Mono Route" and go through to a VI STANFORD. KY. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr NOBBY ! The sire of trotters, roadsters, snd more uncr and BrstKlaas Kattsru horses than any other slal- lion id aentucav, win uisse tne sesson or 1MI lour miles weal of:Stsnlold, directly on the Knob Uck pike, and will be parniltled to serve mstes at the extremely low priceof f M I lie Maoin rr ISO to Insure. Carting with the mare forfeits the In surance. Ilulssu excellent breeder aud a sure foal getter, llrais furnlshnl at Ir r tuenth Hue tare Isken to prevent accidents or escapes, but will nut be resnslble should any occur DkJKailTIOXAI.il I'lUHnaKK.-Nul.liT -- (.rccuraxtlr, ranfnlnTllli, Lurnjelte hiiiJ Chlcnifo ultliout cliaiiiri'. TIMKTAHLH tJTAriO.Ns. Hslly I.ve. Irally Mi Arr. Iiulsvllle ... This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND " Ufayetle " Cbtrsgo " Oawfordsvllle. L TfW lixin pQ JUlM a II a Hi iWlw I J a 2 S 4 a u 01 p m 12 pin , tn Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Gucitt. IlagKag. will be eestveyed to aadfronsths 4 free or charge. Kpsclal acroasssedatl .as to CosnmsreUI Travslsrs. The Bar will Shelby City, Kt elwera saasllsd with the ckotrsat braaita or Llqaors aid Claara. Jj " ABDALLAH GLENCOE. KLURATED S J The combined Hlalllon Abdallah Olrnroe, will make the present Hiun at my stable, tulles from lluitonvllle on the llustonvlltn and Liberty iurnpiae noau, ai it $10 To INNVIIE rSFHAejfSArfPaErX if-- " KwBSsBHiVillPPIwMy 83gSiassWseWHBS!issW pc-'n- usu of a notirUliiug ilia unit stimuli ot appetite, unaided. A that will i fleet a removal of tho spcclUc obstacle tu renetreil health anil rigor, that Is a genuine corrective, is the real need It Is the ol this praml requirement which makes llostetter'a Stomach Hitters to effective as nn invigorant. 1'or sale by all Druggists ami Dealers generally. SutTeriuj; tront a Bcnt-ra- l wuit of tone, ami 1U nsu.il or.cjiiiitatits, ilysiit')ia and U actdoiu dcrlvnlile from thv ncrTutttncss, eeenernllon fur Knfeclileil Nyatrma, IffEBS a mite In 2 on x track 10 stcoeds slow, and Mr.Harre I'ope, one of his drivers, says he could show a 2 31 gate any time he wanted to. lis la a Io, 1 saddle horse and an extra breeder, his colts naturally gslte.1 andofrtne sin and style. He was sired by Jo fclmo; he by tit. Klnio, he by Alexander's Abdallah, by Kysclrke's llaiubleton-Is- n Jo Klmo's dam by Msmbrlno Measeoger, by Msmbrlnol'aymaster; 1st dam by Willie I)., by Foreigner, he by Imp. (ilemw. Willie n 'a dam xiarllght. by (.'nerokee, hlsdsm by Imp, tileucoe, (srllght's dam by Old Wixtieclcr, 2d dam by a saddle horse (icdlgree unknown, :M dam was known as the Dotiblehcad and lluzzard mare, thoroughbred. I will also stand my fine Jack, traded. Money due when the mare proves to he In foal or Is A COIsT. With only two months' handling he trot-le- d black, with small stsrand two while feet, 16 hau.li I Inch hlah. fine nisn ami tail, t l leinv Inr. Iiesutltul head and neck, eiellenl tact iii.uieis in ijiiniietry ami loin in gtisranlee there doesn't Uvea stallion a itier iisiaMinon, ani ir.ise iiuslltlea luTaiiauir iniiia tonia pneny as an evilauce i .mm. mi ... fiLiuvr 1 IIUI PC fir,, 1 PVKM on insrra Is Ibe Iscl thst aome of bis very speediest foils hsve nothing tula Mr Wallace dam to recommend them This of llaelt Is ixknclusive proof that the spw. comes from Ibe sire .Hone of the collesllilooiel mates In the land haveprctuc-e.- 1 N.Y. Isit rolls by blm. Mr, Alex Johnaonaajs "I hsve han.llrl mote of Nobby'- - cults thsn any man, The only line running sod they are all last." Mr VVm. (odd tsjs btter rtiadatera live." Mr l'urdom hss one with little handllna that Is troMInt-- his mile In PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAR8 and says "no cIom of burses rsn be found " Mr K Vt. Nunes says no rrnd Is too long lor soy of Ihem.aud every one a seller." Warren llusra Nobby mi. Ir a record ol 2 1$ and was )l. to W C Kalr, Cleveland, Ohio, lor tAOoO. If nrceaasry rouldglse nutulers of leatiuonlals from the best rkOM horsemen of our country commending Nobby to the favorable consideration of all lovers nf go.. I horses, but will let the above suffice. Ksamlne the burse, and If you are disposed to give b mi your liiKten, Ky., patronage wl'l guarantee value rerelveil for your money. Nobby Is by OsrrsrJ Chief, he by Msiu- .uniiniin.i laiuaairr, no ur "ativ iiiici. ,,rMambrliio, be by Imp, Messenger. Oarrard Chiefs dam, Hollie Dlion, by Frank; g, dam by Aralus; Connecting In same depot with fast trains lor g. g dam by llsmlilelonlan, g. , g. .Ism by e, Noddy's clam a thorougnbrnl mare fortutr-l- y ownel by it. K. Koblnson, of Oarrard county . -im Jt. Ml. CHOH'. la a it " The moat route, with only one change of cars, to all taints In Wisconsin, Minnesota. Iowa Nebraska, Ac Kor lurther luformatloa. addreae ML'llltAV KKLLtK, I.. IV A , .lrt Uulsnlle, Ky sliCIESMJIoEIINDBIieRy. Kentucky's ltoutc Washington, Philadelphia gl -- -. East ( 1 I I '! IK A SOLED TEAIN' LenlMTllle,Clucluuttliaud LX' 4 I ,j WASHINGTON CITY. 3NTOXV Din-tnd- Abdallah Messenger! The Direct Route to ville, Ho Yor3i. tit"" San 1 All Virginia and Nortb Carolina tot tickets and turlher Information innla in your nearest ticket office, or a. 1. teas ' w ": W. I). AltNOI.lt, Advertising Agt . Ticket and I'sss Aft am i Mnlii Nl Louisville, Ky w V(' f,nJT" 'M.KH, Manager, tiers') 1'aas'r Ag't. Klchrannd, Virginia. Points. "' " i Coure--Jnurn- al GARTERS ' pig-iro- u oft iv aft m ar'SHisC;, i ;u?j ni a e wm$n stallion, foale.1 llTil, brel by Chsrles On same terms for mares; will rerve Jinnets on Dunn, Ptantiird, Ky ; slrel liy .McaciiKcr t luf of Maud Mesaenger, record 2 20. Marvel. 5--rr pilvatH terms. Mc Is 1M-- J hsnds high, brown sire record with ine.t y nwe ,and lor size, style ana action is old. record, 2 2, (ins, nnd has proven himself a lillh belt on heavy track, Abel Abdallah, trlrtlrlurJlolr-.il21, gait at a. .Ma2,Me Btewarl, J old, trial i good breeder. jr. iii, E. S. l'OWEI.I.. old and other proirl-'ngone- s. Kltst dam Suili) by denilnel, record 2 W, and theslmof Vuli Arnlm, i l'i,, mid to ( ouiiuiHlore Kittson tor llU.txn, Annette, i tV , T. A . t 2 YnuiiKH.-nllnel.2fi; Mlgtion, 2..';',, Vlsatidlere, 2 2B'4, CaKiul, 2.2", (irand 2 2U'4, Sentinel Is full brother t) YolunlMr, the sire of t Ju- 2KStTsw usn.z ii',, tiluster,.' 17, Alley, 2 19, Ikxllne, Driver 3 iK, Hunter, 2 20j, Amy,2 20,l and a scure more in the 2 a1) class. Vennd iliini, Kitty Ittver , the dam tit Ilertle tiirl, rtrord Ii Wt, reoor.l 2 x?, mi I theitrundsm nf Maud Messenger. .' 2', by l . dallsh. th slrHtifOuldsiiilth Msld, 2 II, It'nallnil, 2 31',, ThornJale, 2 22; Almonl, Abilallah I'llot bob Mcelroy, .SaSaal&i..i Vvl4'!---.il- -- -- MAUN Tltl'TII ABOI T TIM 2i' OHIO & MISSISSIPPI B. IV. - RODERICK DHU! Ninth Only The pasaengers Line;r,r,1',,;;i(,V whlth from the line riT In 4 il '&rkiHm -. L- u .i-inn- bull-do- g. ! '""' iiia year. ny A McAlUter'j Drug Store-- Lrgilzefl. U had Ire at Tea- Urd CllfJei. winner of Ihecrfat8t. IJirerHtakea the Dontasltr htakes, ISO, and as a won the Wood cote Slskes. the Chainpane Hlskfs and IheTwo.year-oMijlakesout cl Consequence hy Bay Mlddleton. Itoderlck'a 1st dam, .Mary Craig, by Knight of St George; 2.1 dam Itesult by .Id Carter's Lltth Liver nil aro equally Mulatto; ny dam Troblem hy fcuclld; 4th dam I'a- Cervantes; otu us in Marianne by oliuklo lit l jcst.p ulon, c.rlnp and preventing rensessaGth dam Thnmaslna hy Tlmolhr: this annoying cuinpla nt, whuolh' y nlso correct Violet (Goldenloclc's dam) by Hhsrk; 8th 7th dam dam by alldliortkra of thu n'jtuarh, Bt'mu'nti tho liver Syphon, 9th dam t.ulck'a Charlotte by sod regulate tho bow 'j. Ev.n if tUy only cured dam by Crab: 11 tb dam by Dyer's Itlank; 10th Dimple; 12th dam by Iletbell'a Castaway; 3 h dam by Whynot; llth dam itoyalmare. Mary Craig's first dam was Christmas by Kcilerlrk Dhu; Vd. Imp. Vaneletto by ibe Colonel la Kogland; 8d Voreila by Illsck-loc4th by Pnanlom; Sth Overton, 6th Walnut; Aehc fhey yronld bcalmostjirlclees to those whs "tb ituler; 8th 1'iracantha by Mathen; Othl'roph-etts- s this distressing complain' ; bet f ortu eutfrr f by Itegulus; 10th Jenny bplnner hy Portlier; liately the,r sootlncudoes not end lure, and those llth Oreybounil; 121b Uopbomsba, dam by w.io onco try mem, win nnu tntwi miio inns ymu' Ilsy Itarh; 13th dam D'Arry'a Chestnut ihle la eo many ways that tneytvmnolD' e wllliD Arabian, H'h White dtrint; 18th hi la Montagus to do wlticut them. But after all a:clchtd mare. (7TOIMNUIIK. J. M. Hall says hn bought At the same place we will stand our fine Jack, some in u I'M In the neighborhood where he made a season and they were goml ones aud he has the reputation of being a good breeder. ! Addreas a. IWKJS". Is thobsno of m xnany lives that here Is where ve At $8 to Insure a living colt till weaning time' citanford, Ky, make our (Treat bout. Our pills cure It while Monty due same aa borse. Young llowman Is 5 others do not. years old, IS bands high and waa bntd by Ueorgn r Corter'a Littlo I.I'-cmis are very small and Washington, of Hoyle county. lie was sired by Tery car y to take On or two pills make a dose. Hsrley's Compromise, he by Tippecanoe, he by Hy Mesaenger Chlel; dam bv Alcalde, (sire by s, They are strictly vr;etablo and do not grltw or He nry Clay's Warrior. Young Kowtnan'a dam 3 34J4; Knlgina, 3 3i: fancy Da v, 3 80, Ac, pargrj, but by their jrentla action ploaeo all who was by Andy Klce; g. dam by I'loneer; g. a. dsiu will make the sesson of 1891 at Mr. Lee Yeager'at nsothem. In lUatv'Jcentsi Dv forfl. 8ol4 by Old Wugnsr: g. g. g. dam by a Maltese Jennet. "Providence Neighborhood," Danville, Ky.. at Utrc, ur sen, by mail. by drujjUta 31. T.Jb 31.N. tlllHHKLj, .SiK? ,BUMr' Milledgevllle, Ky. 3I If CAUTER MEDICIXE CO., New York. ob!j success B!ck Ilcadscho and rrl.cvij allt'io trouMcs inc! d .t to r. b.i. Jin Mate of tt. ? avium, ik has )iz Rltjcss, fau a, Drowain n. 1) 'trtss after rating, Palnln thofi'd", Ac. Wta'i the 'r most reaurk. cunt S$OK h:i been s'.iswa incurs J Thlstine stallion will stand the nrosent sessnn at my stables In Milledgevllle at $10 to Insure a Colt till weanlnc time Men retained lor se.iion money, liamsof wluuers lire itodtrltk Dim Is a bright tuahoi;onr bay, with black mane nnd tall, is 0 years old, and lot his training makes lime lie is by Imp. Iluckden, n by Hay itd n, out ol Mary C'rali:. Xuckden waa got by ); r; HEAD ACHE .jy 'li k: rinds inter ttiesv.. h dcit-thnra- u. . oa. 'Vntral l'asenH- - hutloii statement by rival lines that there Is aunmui js transfer In I nit onall, 1Iwmii the llntinuili 8. uthern K'y and Ohio A Mlsalfs'pt.l It's. Ii liberate uilsrsprveeiiiattiin Till"1 l.ilWt "intuit THItui oil clnnall sii.Ht Uulswlihoiit transler f.,ri.eu. Kers and baggage at Inlerintdlate pmula. Iiv anv , mlJu.a'i Thrd dsin by Ited Jafket, (sire of the dam nf uttier route u i Iikiii.ibu y Kcnti cky Wllkw. i 21 and the irrandam ..( so K., rlunge of cars. 2 17' and Ited Wilkes, sire nl I'ltll Tlinmp-on- , Tjiiif ru,,nln tw j record. 2 21) by Ciniat; by Sherman .r ,iJI,,L ''eulug trains to ht Uiils, the aire ul Verm int lllaik Hiwk, the J, o sengers leasing I inrlnnatlnl 7 ptu and urn fru.i thcrjoulh tailing to tonneet with t'ltt i;than Allen iiud many other Irotters. ltd J.n nasslrrd by a bslf brother to illsck Hawk Irs train, can take the second, w hi, h makes con. .Sentinel nn. AlrHnder's Abdallah ar.i l.olli br xtio,uou Itysdyk'a Hauibleliinlan, thn graiidslre of Maud 8.. 3 2 W.l, Ht. Jtillf n, .' ll'x,, ftW,u"a.-,,.1--i Ac., and Is the sire of Dexter, 2 I7'4; Nettle, 2 Id; Orsnge (llrl, 2 20, Oeoriie Wllkea, i 11 and thirty otber. with records of 2 30 and lictter. Meswnger Chief was slmd by All.illali i'llot, slreof I'lclard, Dally Trains Clrclnnall to bt 3 18' ncird,2 !8; 1st dam is K..ur t Ited Jim, U.vear-til- J(teorvn slslcr-lhyery Car In ihcso Trains ituns Tlirousjli. blood to Oen II. Ibmnaa. alr nf Cms are Hun on Day Trains. wuiva j nouns, i u, ny Mamiirlno Messenger ,slre Sleeping Cars on Night Train.. ofl.ewlnskl. 2 ZVf Hecond dam by Msmbrlno No chang.) of Cars lot nny fla Chlvl, alrool lady Thorn. 2 18',; Wocdford o( passengers. 3 2I.; Mambiltin I'atcheu and others. Krerv tstsnugir has n stat in a 'Ihiotigh Car. All Third dam by Imp. Nupuleon "d Kngllsh Hun-te- r, ijseDg.ra are carried on Kxr-eAc llrccders wlltobierre that Abdallah Messenger Is nearly full brother to Maud Moisengcr, vJ,"i!i' .''''"""Tlestand UulekiVt'l.ine nc nnatl in si. i..,iM v . 3 2D, that sold for $1,000 and lor f 1,000 last fall; they have same slrti aud grandam; his dam Is transfer In Cincinnati for passengers' Iron! ClH.lt.H, better bred than Maud's dim. He is a suru loal gellor and a horse offliie stvlo and carriage. He will made tho iwuson of 1881 at Charles Dunn's tulles from Hlanford, on Itush llranch nlke. at 2 B'.Mlll IKrsUKK , i.ivimi. HI. -I. In .0 our.,wr!h h,oufh DTy'.'ml'e Also will stand a Hallway has liirliiiuitl-l.n- No imiltiiiTriiif," of the OlllV !,, Mor-gs- n, Tile Oiilv m ''"'r V. 1 fhffi.rrAsur: Tim Only Line ca;!J'r;K n. l'' 'J Mam-brln- o, rs coir. Sa5IroototoB!w Solid Daily I- Trains WVilr '" 'he - T. Cin-mo- GOOD MUIeTG JAI ;."":. o",'"'1 ,,I. III,. them irn .,i , ,.,r kiFiiiiiipnrH -rubric, not only In these, I..., ,u .t uui oiner matters. slppl i.i.Jlf?.!.V',"n''.c?",.r',r'r vn? mtn .u above arode- - YOUNG BOWMAN Do Not l)e Deceived corr" Hsllw.y gu.rsntee. the llllt tne'J.'of"'!,. !TW MESSENGER PRINCE, Hy-Is- uSS;.,!!1'"''!!" 1'a.seoger Ag't Ohio awsiipj ii. ti I ha !...- - is. i. a. ii, . w.u.n. Uarrodsburi Jty. W. Vf. PEAHODY. W. B, niiA'ITU . a. uu i.sni oiau'gr, Uen'l Rus Agti t'loclnnati, AUjOI, B.llway, ...... Ohio,