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"Qju never heard Korbea tell about the sneak thief caught up hero Mealing an '80 man' watch, did you?" asked the man who bad addressed the Durlingtonian visitor. "They caught him trying to hide the. watch under a 'cad.' In a minute a dozen had him disrobed, bound and fellow stretched out on a table. Hi qualities a a subject for direction were llngerlngly dis cuased and the culprit wa told to prepare himself for the other world. The opportunity, they said, of proving certain que tions only to be solved by vivisection wa one not to be neglected. The prisoner writhed and shrieked with horror. He thought hi last hour had co-j- s. The (el low looked awfully in eirnrst, you know, and he believed they actually intended lo carve him up. He swore and bellowed and once when he touched an arm 6"n the table by his side he nearly went into con vulsions. One man suggested that tho tub. ject te kept alive a long a possible and thtt to insure a succeesful study of the veins, hi skin should be removed from the entire body, beginning at the feet. "Th line of the first incisions were marked with a pencil and the chosen operators took their positions, the knives in their hand The rest gathered around with interested face. The badly frightened thief had become quiet from exhaustion." The narrator paused a moment s he skillfully Mired a cordon of muscles and separated them one by one from the ligaHow ill The Luxurr jmfefiif mtftmL 5m 9, 1884. OUR PATTERN. A NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 249. -- $nicrior$ounml W. V. of Rapid York. Transit in New WALTON. unit II be. fubltthrit Tuvtdav Friday, w 03.00 XEIt ANNUJ1 Whan paid ttrlctlr la advance.. wilt anv tlm, t3.no will LEAP YEAR. hire (a ch tried. tl'or llir Inrsatoii Joua.vAL. The following account of an affair in a dinlant town will no doubt caur our young gentlemen to with they "had been there too." We had hoped that one of our fair eacorta, to whom we are indebted for the pleiiurs of attending our firel le ip year party, would favor the public with a notion of the occasion, but at the e'eventh hour, we are told, no tich communication had been received, We aru unwilling ouch an event ihould be thui ignored and hence it devolve on u at leant to Attempt a description of that en chantlni- - evening. Kail in the week we inferred from a certain uijHlrriou. --.utuaioii of all the clan to a rendrzroun at the room of the clariu-ini- c Mlci T , that something ol a pleasing nature wm under ditctiMion. We were noon made slid by the announcement, "A Year Party." Hut atmirancs wa not "doubly auro" until d.intv little roe-colo- r cd notea, suggestive of TioleU and mignonette were lliltlng about in all direction, aking "the plemnre of escorting you to the ociable IhU evening " From my heart of hearts I Tmpatlnxe wilh the Individual who i ix) unfortunate us never to have re ceived such an invitation. Then, think of liaving her call for you at S r M and offer you over minting ering her arm to planki and ditlicult place; imagine her liking the ouuide of the pavetnnt to ward oil' impending danger, or making a tlsnk ' ' vn'i movement, lest the lellcat No 'J boot ohould lt moili.e.j b .. !iul offending mud Think, oh, think of a bevy aruiing around and of beautiful girli1, aking for the "honor of a promenade," or a few moment' cnnveratlon, when you are u nr. trrlming in at leaaure," or wl ! the depth, of a diviu- - r ikliuniuir, there, ur-elf "houri" at your aide, plclore i ' anticiptting your evei --- 'i Tnititbsp-pin- e enough; but better thin all, who can deoenbe the delight of being eaourtetl to the dining room and enthrone! in a limine-chai- lap ment. "And what then?" atked an anxious listener. "What then?" Why, the boys thought that was enough of one kind of (un, so they took him, naked as he was, and doused him in the pickle tub. Then, after directing him to attire himtelf in his shirt, they led him down to the back street and let him loose. What became of him is a mystery. ait I'hilsdelphia Time. of Mexico consists of a vas plain elevated from 0,000 to 8,000 feet above the sea level, enclosed on the East and on the West by lofty ranges of mountain. The soil of most of this immense plateau would be fertile, no doubt, if there was an abundance of water, but scarcity of water is it most impressive feature. The mountain on cither side arrest and exclude the natural moisture from the two oceans. The streams are few and small, and except during a brief rainy reason of two month is only poibIc in summer, agriculture through the aid of artilicial Irrigation. The amount of water available for this purpose Is rxce4ingly limited, much inferior, indeed lo the supply empUyed for the same purtwe in Colurndo and New Mexico. Thus during the dry season a very large portion of the Mexican plateau has the appearance of a dcert. From HI Pao to the Rio Grande on the North down to Ztcatecas, a distance of 7o0 miles, the whole land at this time ot the year is wa terles, verdurelei-s- , an expanse mainly com posed of sand and dry dust, relieved only by a scattered growth of cactus and men-qubushes. The mountains aland grim and bare in the attenuated atmosphere, without a tree and almost without a shrub upon their broad and tawny sides. Here and there, at great distance, the course of a stream mcy draw a ribbon of grcennaM across the arid landscape, or a hacienda, with id group of farm buildings enclosed in a massive stone wall like a fortress, suggest the fsctof human habitation; or a herd of ctttle or a Hock of sheep may diversify the scene, but the prevailing eflect is that of a fruitless waste. Nice-tenths it The City of New York is provided with thirty-thre- e mile of double railway tracks, built on iron potn iron bridges, in fact which occupy some of the finest itreet and avenue. On these tracks the steam passenger trains roar and whiz along at intervals of a minute in each direction; the moke and cinder are poured into the window of the adjacent dwellings, in many case only two feel from the railway; awning are set on lire by sparks; passengrr and workmen are frequently knocked off from the station platforms, and fall twenty feet to the pavemnnt, to be picked up detd; tools, hot water, fire, and lumpi nl coal drop upon the heads of luckiest pedestrians or car men below; and, finally, light iron shavings, cut from tha wheels of the car by the brakes, tloat down through tho air and lodge in the eye of the passer by These are a few of the nuisance which New Yorker endure for the sake of enjoying the luxury of rapid transit. One of the car driver on Sixth Avenue horre car line, the track runlng directly under the steam railway, recovered in court not long ago $3,000 damage for injury to eyes ironi a binning coal that fell upon him The iron shaving trouble i quite serioat. When the brake are put on the pressure on the ihoet, as they call the iron that is thrown against and checks the wheels, ia very great, becaute they have to make such short and quick stoni. This tear off minute particle of iron, so small that the eye cannot perceive them, yet they are jagged and produce irritation. ' Some of the city oculist have apecial microscopes made to detect them, so fre quent are the complaints, and these instruments require very powerful leote and strong lights to detect them. Car driver on the Third and Sixth Avenue roads are large sufferer from thi trouble, so the professor at the Eye and Eir Hospital report. weaier ait oniliy at hit lo)U, Among tliecolort bright, With the pattern for hit cop -- Ids Ltunglalrand plain la iljlit. Out the weaver's thought! wasilerln; Away on a distant track, At be threw the shuttle in hli band, w-- rs TO THE LADIES I am In L. I3- - oja.2nt:kljs&v Civil HALLS WAI', Lt.XCOLS CO., KT. LA5CA.STKH ADTKBTISKJIEHTB. receipt of the handiomeat and mott plete line af com- Engineer and Surveyor, SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY bareerer handled, to wnlch I Inrlli! jour attention. Harlng taken unututl care In Its telectlon, I am ture that an examination will prore mutual Ir adrantageou. Olre rte a call. 31ISH HEIjIjK JIVGHKH, btantord, Kv. 2l2.tr I Weill!? forward aul Lick, And hsturaed lilt dim And tearj (til on tha For hltt houghtt, ilai' Nor the wife biaenth eyes lo the ground, roof; were not oa hit borne 8UIIOEON BENTAWX, LANCASTER, KY. Office orerCltlrent National Hank. from S to 12 a. m. and from B. P. WALTEB llotr.H. OOeahe-ar-a. thiroif. When her roleo recallel blu suddenly To hi a Ml f, when iheitdly tilJ, "Ah, woe It me' for your work It spoiled, And what shall we do for Lrt ad?" And then the wearer looked, an I saw Thtt bit work iai.it be undone; For tht threi It ware wrong an 1 the colon Dress-Makin- g ! t. y. iiuunLK. I hare aiswtated with me In the dreas-mtkln- g b'ittnt, MIm Ella Smiley, a rery accomplished lady in that Hoe, and bare fitted up rooms In my where I hope all who wlthtourterrlces 1. will call iu ui, Batltlactlon and perfect (Its .VrTOlllVJEYS HUDDLE & BURDETT, a. jr. Boanarrr. rrltnc, SlVSt Will practice In Garrard and adjoining cooU.-12',.tu.r"LAf.P1'- - Offlco In the Bobinson btoelr. Hide Public bquare. l-lr LANCA8TER, KY. A.T IJtVW J dimmed, J' bitttr teart had run. A lick, alack " tId the wearer, "And thli had been all right, If I hiln'tljoked at my work, but ktpt The pattern In uir tight." Where hit JtHH. flKOKfJK SfYEltS. ENTERPRISE ! SPRING GOODS ?& Lower Thau Ever Before! I hare juat retelred and opened Grocery. Imiicaster, Kentucky, GEO. D. BTJRDETT dS3 Ah' lit It wat for the wearer, Andaal furhltluckleia wire; And tad It will be for ut, If we At the dote of a weary life y , anl dnirjhle ttok of Spring (Joodt, which I am telling ttrlctly according t my laat proposition, bednnlng on the lit dty of April. My up a complete "The colon that we had to weare, Were bright in our arly yetn, But we wore the tlttuet wroog, and aUlned The wool with bitter teart. 'We wore a web of doubt anl fear-- Not filth and hope and lore Becaute we looked at our work, and not At our patttrn from shore.' Prices on floods Surprise all that Visit My Storo, And the goawa7rfct!y sttliflrl that I am telling gooda at lo ter prices than they erer brought belore. Now to the trade. At thli business is only a matter of dollars and centa, come ererybodf and share a portion ol the grand bargain!. IV. Jf. HOW A 11D. 212-Ir- u Crab Orchard, Ky. OO.. HAVE Their Stock or Alice Ca air Lately been Making Extensive Additions l"o T'ond"J." -- -i- r, while) atubrj.ia, nectar, ealtili.caLei, cardial and pickle are nerved by an attend ingdivinit'I Tnk of envying Jupiter hin thunderbolt, or Neptune hi trident, we are content with a Hebe or a Venn. We were orry when the "wre mm' houri" came to remind our fair etcort of the de manda of the morrow. Hut we allowed ourselves to be "hatted and ahawled" and conaoled ouraslvet with the thought of a walk home thro' the moonlight. We only with the privilege of leap year would con-tin- u e three year out of fowr and if the la die are willing thut to prolong the delight ful period, so are wr You pool benighted deniteni of neighboring country or town, who have never known the blearing, of leap year privilege, we are sorry for you; we pity you. We can only any, " Vtio mnjrate, iwm " in other word, oh, unfortunate, come to " b' Kven the recollection of that evening it o delightful we scarcely know where to clooe thin article. A we intimated abave, (hit in a duty in the execution of which we feel asm delicacy. We would like to give some inlerenling details we wonld like lo describe the tuileU of various gentlemen, winch were proniunced mperb Wecould tell, too, who carried ell the honor, as the belle of the evening. tlltit the Is-- I our modesty forbid ) We must be allowed to of the occasion, cxprt1- - our appreciation however, and the wish for "many happy rc'iiriH," while wcawure the fair lailieo tint we nUall be found constantly at our of fice -- tho happy recipient of note, lion-i- i leu, &3 , and in Met alway willing and K.i'rr-TaU. reidy 'or m tnyiymtnt Tne KOjd p'jple of former days had a queer ide.of what omtituted a sinful pov mre. Tne New Haven colony in 1M0 pissed n Htiitute iah the following clause: "Whomever ishutl inveigle or draw the af cifcciiou of liny uuido or luaido servant, without tiret gainther to hlimclfor others, ing the consent of her puents, shall pay to shiltho plantation fur the first oilence 10 third he nhall lings; the Hecond I, for the bo imprisoned or corporeouMy punched.'' Under thi law, at a court held in May, 10M, Jacobeth Murtlne and Sarah Tutlle down on a were prosecuted "for netting his arms around her waiste chestle together, and her armi upon hii shoulder or about posi lii neck, and continued in that sinful he turo about half an hour, in which time nhekymed him, or they kysKil ber and oneanother, as ye witnesses teatified." At the time when no "J" appeared in the alphabet, and it was used interchangeably with the ' I," there was sufficient ex cuse for writing these capitals alike. Now, however, there is no such reason for so doing. It would be a desirable rule, in printing offices, when setting type, that when the letter appea.a in copy written en tirely above the line it should be invaria hly tBken as an "I," and where it drops below the line it should be recognized as a Soi.vimjthe Difficulty. "Will you "J " This rule will also be found to hold give me 10 cent for a drink? asked a good with printers when ordering sorts of tramp. these characters from the is so refrothing," re"Your frankne There is some talk of another race beplied the gentlennn, "that I would be glad to accomodate you, but, unfortunately, I tween the Louitviile & Nashville and the Cincinnati Southern to finally decide wh ch have nothing less than a quarter." "I I'm, that it rather embarrassing. You road can make the distance between Cin wouldn't care to give me the qunrter, I cinnati and New Orleans quickest. The mail contrict wilt be the occasion of the suppose" "Hardly. In fact, I have only a quar- race. The Cincinnati Southern people beter in my pocket, and I shall probably lieve they can mike the run in 19 hour., which will bring the time down to 50 onled want a drink myself before dinner." see," replied the tramp; "the situa- an hour, 'I A white tquall caught a party of tuurnts tion Is decidedly complicated. Allow me to think for a moment. Ah, I have it moving acre a lake in Scotland and threatJutt give me the quarter, and we will take ened to capsize the boat. When it seemed a little nip together at my expense." that the crisis was really come the larsest and physically strongest of the party, in a Philadelphia Call state of intense fear, said: "Let ut pray." A DlSTIKCTlOS WtTU A DirrEItENCE. "Do you drink anything, Migge?" atked a "No, no, my man," shouted the bluff boat man, "let that little man pray; you take an merchant of hia oar. "So sir," came the prompt answer. type-founde- r. book-keepe- CARTER'S Tiver PIUS. ; RI-- Mm " nAdehe and tellers all tha troubles Inci dent to a bJJooj aUto of the trttcin, auch t jruca, DrowalnMS. Dlitress after eatlni, Iain In tho Side, dtc. While their moat remark-abl-j eucceaa hat been thown In curing CURE And now have the Best Stock in Cm tral Kentucky. They have Parlor and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, Carle and Penitentiary Chairs, Marble Top, Centre Stand & Ex tension Tables, Hat-tresse- s, JIvUrhAyct Carter'eLittlo Liver Pills are conally Taluxble In Constipation, cnrlng and preventing thit annoying complaint, whlto they nlao correct ell disorders of the stomach, stimulate tho llvrr and rtgulate the bowels. Even If they only curtd SICK Woven Wine, Cotton Top and Hair Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture Store. A'V they would be almost priceless to those who dWrenln complaint; butlorta eutl. m this hire, catelv their coodnessdo not end little, and thotaa plllt who craca try them will find the) la so many way thatthcy wIllTiot be wUUm Hut after all alclc bead tl) thcra. to .aln-blWi'-ao-ut r fr HEA0 ACHE Titc-tab- le Granulated Sugar Price. SUFFERERS From rTOua,Cliron!c and IUocmI lirttln and Heart Affections, Vcalt Pltcasev Ntrtuu, lability, llroken UonnCauU. lutlotu and Weakness ol the Kldtsey.Wn-l- . tier A Criusu-- Ortrtna,uk your Druficlst Hoar y Xr. OKAS. W. SOOTTTS W0ILO 13, REKOWNtO SPECIFIC NO. la the oano of so many llvra that here Is where we tnalca our great bout. Our puU euro it whila Others do not, Carter's Llttla TJrer TOla are Tery small and Terr city to take. Ona or two pills makea dose. and do not gripe or They " etrictly purge, but by their Rcntla action pIjtM all who niathem. In vials at S cents: firo for . Bold by druggist! every where, or sent by mall. COCUEEFilRON , I The merchant relapsed into silence, but presently spoke again: "I'm sorry to doubt your word, Migge;, bnt I'll swear I saw you drunk yesterday." "I have no boubt but what you did, sir." "But didn't you say jutt now that you did not drink anything?'' "I did, sir." "Then how came you diunk?" "You will observe," answered the bookkeeper, "that you naked me if I drank anything; to that question I answer emphatically, no; for if I drank anything I would soon be poisoned; I am quite choice with my drinks and kill nothing but pure rye Atlanta Constitution. . whisky." Faiim LAiionEiw' Wages. From a recent report by the Statistician of the National Agricultural Department, it appears that the wages of the farm laborer, including boarJ, now range from $13 66 per month in the Stitea where agriculture occuper cent, of the laboring pies seventy-sevepopulation, to S 111 per month in the Stale where only eighteen per cent, of alf laborer) are engaged in agricultural pursuits. The average for the whole United States irSlSoS per month, an increase of nearly forty per cent. How to Ru.v a Society Column. Our daughter, I.alia Hert, U visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Ilrush. Our wife acknowledges calls from Ladies Leach, Ocheltree, Cornish and others. From a letter we learn that our mother, Bayat Stewart, la., has been quite sick. ard (Iowa) News. "DeShanghigh chicken 'minds me oh certain men dat I' peed. He crows mighty loud, an' braga aroun' 'niong de hens an' young chicken; but when a game roo6ter comes roun', he'n got business on de udder side oh de fence.' Smart Weed and Belladoca combined with the other ingredients used in the best porous plasters make Carter's S. W. & B. Backache Plasters the best in the market. Price 115 cents. n In one of the Philippine islands it it customary, when a young fellow atk the old folks for their daughter, to send ber into the woods at sunrise, and if the lover finds her before sunset she is his. If not, he forfeits all claim. The girl U given ore This gives her a fair hour the start. chance, and she can use her own judgment about hiding after she gels in the woods. Whitewash. The following is a good way to mix whitewash so it will not rub off: Mix up half pailful of lime sr.J wa ter, ready to put on the wall; then take CARTER MEDICOE CO., Now York. A BLOOD. BRAIN & NERVE TOHIC If roar Drasaitt docs aot keep It ,k him toontartt. forroa. SI. Mr bottle. Coeis.Bcgr nnd !- is in ureal,' jimici uiKcrrrr or nmitalla For pmpHit, with fait CHAS. W.SCOTT M.D., Kansas City, I Vie Dr. SCOTT S LITJEli PZZZ3. rWIlh Xlioapliorua, Penny A MMisf er IPHABMACISTS -- DKJ.LKJU IM- - Drugs, Books, St&tioaery and Fancy Articles. Alto I Pbrirclaai' pretcj iptlons accurtUelr'coinponBdsiI one-quart- er pint of flour, mix it up with water, sutlkient quantity to thicken it; pour it while hot into the whitewash, stir altogether and it is ready for use. tiw iw'iji'"' V?V -- UrV a 1T JEWKfiEllS! "I Beg Your Pardon." civil word is the cheapest thing in the world and yet it h a thing which the young aad happy rarely give to their inferior Sje tho eflect of civility on a rough little street boy! The other evening a young la dy abrubtly turned the corner and ran agalntt a boy who was small and ragged and freckled. Stopping in soon n ehe could, she turned to him and said, "I bog your pardon, indeed, I am very sorry." Tho small, rigged, freckled boy looked up in blank amazement for an instant, then taking off alnut three-fourtoi a cap, ho bowed very low, smiled until his face be came loit in the smile nnd answered, "Yen can her my pardon and welcome, miss, md yer may run agin me and knock me cleau down, and I wont say a word " After the young Udy pawed on he turned lo a comrade and said, half apologetically, "I never ha! any one to ask me my parding, and it kind o' took mo off my feet." A h 1 Ldy Montigue jt: "It goes far toward reconciling me t j being a wowan wlun 1 retlect that I am in no dnnger of marrying one " Now that U singular, lhe very thing which fhe feared is just what recoBurncile the rest of tit to being men,. lington Hawkeye. There are 000,000 habitual drunkards in the United States. If the political campaign of the preent year ihould not come up to expectation, it will be because the whisky ha all been watered. Times. An uuibrelU carried over a woman, the man getting nothing hut the drippings of the rain, signifies ouruhip. When the man has the umbrella and the woman the drippings it indicates marriage. Bucken's Arnica Salre. The belt 8.ilrc In the world tor Cuts, Cruise), Sor, Ulors, Salt Kheum, I'erer fewret, Tetter, Chapped Hand, Chllhl.ilnt, Corns, and all illu Kruptiont and 'oiltlvily cures Piles, or no pay required. Is It guarantee! to give perfwt wtlif.ic-lio- n or money reluuded. Trie J inti per box. For tale by IVnny A McAlltter. -- y&$kr Largest Stock of "Watcbcs, Clocks, Jewelry & SilYenran? Erer brought to this market. Tricea Lower than tho Lowest. Watchet, ClocVa and Jewelry on short Dotlce and Warranted cJ Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- reys. Carriages, Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, Village Carts, c. twenty-five The largest stock ever in Stanford and the best to be found in Central Kentucky, embracing about different styles trom tho leading manu- facturers in the United Sutes. Persons contemplating buying a vehicle this Tun holf. Akt or Wii.stli.no- .- . all. lhe performances of the locomotive whistle, we are told, havo btcn eystemat tized on a Western railroad. Seven whia ties, are to indicate "down brakes;" thirty- two whistles, "up brakes;" forty-tw- o whistles and two snorts, n "back-up.- " The instruction add: "Iu rase of doubt, whistle like tho il I;" at street crofsings'whia tlo considerably." Again: "Always whie tie before dinner. Itequire the fireman to kysd keep the whistle-valv- e open during dinner. "Veil, 1 don't mooch English sprechen, After dinner, whistle and squirt water, mynelf onderstandt. I but I try of mike by vn dot galoot then back up.Then go ahead with a whistle, vas stand wo on der table Rehoboth Sunday she vas sit asquirt and a ring." he come in ouid, tint mine frau Easter colered eggs Herald. her on der bIovo makin' omethtnga A western zephyr carried a cow a quarund dot fellow he make say vero 1 got me dot bayvindow of ter of a mile through the air, and set her aboutd down in a milkman' yard. He wsa so peer full, " l J llm out mid two Bau' neck, und mine faru ahe scared that he stopped grinding chalk, eagea offer der egg in mout out. Dot va and ran four miles for a rifle to shoot the Krem a hot boii curious-lookincreature with. Great Weat. Fu8tj7"-Deu- ver -- l'dptllon Skin Cure t a specific euro for all tkin dtscatet-S- alt Klieum, Erytlpelat, Hash, , Insect IHtet, Inordinate Itching, Ulcer-Cuts, Wounds, Hums orSctldt, and all 6crofulout Kruptloni. For sale by Me Robert a A Stagg. Inllam-matlo- n, could not turn orer in bed alone, fcbe used two bottks of Electric lilt, ten and it to much Imprortil that the la now able to do ber own work." Electric Bitten will do all that Is claimed for thim. UusJrediot testlmont alt attest their great curative powert Only fifty cents a bottle nt Penny & Mi .Ulster's. Spring should select tho same or place their orders at once; for at this season with orders s vehich3 nro invariably over-ruall manufacturers of Very Remarkable Discover. and if tho vehicle wanted is not ou hands, it will require from four to eight Mn. Geo. V, Willing, of Manchester, Mich , writes: "My vife hat been alinoit helpless fcr are week3 to obtain it; four week? being required to make, finish and dry a first-clafirst-clasn ss yejrt, to belpit's tin', the job ready for shipment, uuder the most favorable circumstances. All work sold by mo will ba found to be such as I represent them, unless will bo fully have been deceived myself, and in that event tho purchaser I We take pleature In Informing the publlo of tho euro and Chronic Catarrh, Cold In the Head, Kote-col- d, for Hay Kerer no remedy It at eflectlre. It ha cured hundred! of caset. For tale by McRobertsA Stagg. , TapUIon Cough Cure doet not contain any drugt or chemlcali; It la purely vegetable. It curea Wbooplng Cough, Bronchial Cough, or Tickling In he Throat, and Winter Cough to prevalent la old er people. For sale by Mclloberti A Stagg. merlttof Paplllon Catarrh Cure. It will An Editor's Tribute, Call and osamino my stock and I will do my best to please you Thcron 1 Keator, editor of the Fort Wayne (Indiana) GaxtK, writes: "For (he put tire years in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from mo and at aa hare always used Dr. King's New DUcorery, for coughs of the mottterere character, at well at lor reasonable nrice as vou can obtain any whero elso and get a guarantee on those of a milder type. It nerer fills to effect a Kei- speedy cure. My Irlondt to whom I have reoom them, besides that is worthless to you when buyiug away from homo. mended 1 1 tpeak ot It In the tame high Wruit. cured by It of every cough that I hare pectfully, hadfurflTe yean, I consider It the only reliable and eure cure for Coughi,' Colds, etc." Call TeuayA McAltt'er't Drug iter aal get iFrw Trlalumle. Ltrge sUe (1. liar-'ngbe- &EO. iO. WEAKEN. Mfg.'s Agt., ' STANFORD, KY. Scmt-- i Stanford, Ky., nor May 9, 1884 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Noiay and Domonstrativo but Good Humored Withal. Watterson CAHLISU: nntl n Tariff for Hevcnuo Only. KECOMMKSIIKU VOM VKEIDET. Fhankfort, May Slh. unruly net of men than that which compos-e- d the democratic convention would be hard to imagine and the wonder is how o bappr twult could have been reached, much order could have come out of that bo A more noicy or chaos and confuoion. Good humor however prevailed and nobody wag hurt, even if time wis mercileeely slaughtered. There are men who aeek the chance of a conven lion to air themselves nnd as usual that data ot in its work, if not nobly, with a good deal of vim. Preliminary to the work of the conven lion, the various district delegates met at their Jl A. M. Wednesday and decided onselect8th organized by the plans. The ion of Judge K. T. Jacobs as chairman and J.K.Mrre,ofthe Danville Advocate and B. J.Newlon.ol the Richmond Herald secretaries. Col. W. G. Welch was unanimously chosen as one of the district delegates and in a vote between Judge McKee, of Anderson, and Ed Gaither. of Mercer, the former was elected the other Mr. Gaither was then made alternate and so waa Mr. R II. Tomlin?on, of Garrard. district delegate from the 11th and Mr. Hon. G. If. Robinson, of Shelby, was chos- Gilbert Garrard, of Clay, from the 0th. en eJccCor and N. D. Mile, of Jessamine, We found out one thing at Frankfort alternate. For the committee on organiza- that Tom Hill is one of the mist popular tion Hon. J. C. Beckham, of Shelbv, was men with all classes, in the Legislature. ckown; Hon, J. R Burnam, of Shelby, on The old ticket was largely in the maresolutions, L. D. Baldwin, of Jessamine, jority and every time Tilden's name was on credentials and Dr. Jennings Price, of mentioned the members sent up yell after t. Garrard, for yell. By 12 o'clock the laige, new Opera House Col. J. Stoddard Johnsttn had somewas crowded with a handsome looking what of & Jordan to travel, but he tribody of, for the most part, younj: men and umphed finally and will remain Chairman m few moments later Gd. J. Stoddard Johnof the Central Committee. Judge C E Kincaid was on hand and as ston, chairman of the State Central Committee, rapped for order and after an ap usual playing the agreeable to his host of firopriate speech, suggested that nomina- friends. The Convention made him elector tions for permanent chairman were in or- in one of the Louisville districts. The name of Judge M. C. Saufiey was der. Speaker Charles Offutt, who, it was claimed, represented the "Waterscn faction, very neatly put on nomination for State (if each it could be called) and Hon. W.J. Elector by Mr. Reid, of Madison, but at Stwe, the Johnston, were put in nomi-natio- n the instance of his home friends, who and after cotsiderable difcustdon knew bis wishes, it was withdrawn before a asd much disorder, it was decided to take yote was taken Dr. John D.Woods, tbe noble old Roman the vote between th'm by countitsand the tedious work commenced. The result was who was recently elected Public Printer, first blood for Watterson, as Mr. Offutt was pnt us under renewed obligation?. If there He accepted the is a man on earth with a clearer head, a elected by some faoaor in a handsome speech and was warmlarger heart or more lovable in every rely applauded. Hon. T. P. Carothers and spect weliave not found him. We regret to say that Col. Sam M. Bur Hon. E. Polk Johnson were elected temporary secretaries, but the latter declined dett was defeated for State delegate, but be injustice to his work in the Legislature to received a most flattering vote and came serve. within a scratch of being elected. He acThe next tug of war came as to whether cepted tbe result io a speech the chair should appoint the members of and created a "till better feeling in hi-- be' the usual committees from the State nt half It was right and proper that the uic.r.1 large or choose them" by a vote of counearnest and most lggreieive exponent of ties. The same factions were again supthe principles embodied in the platform posed to conflict and alter perfect of an hour it was decided on the should have been named at one of the Conlatter course. Six or seven gentlemen delegates for the State at large and the having vention 'did itself proud in electing Henwere placed in nomination and it W. P. W. been settled that the two receiving the ry Watterson. highest number of votes be declared the The Morrison tariff reducticn bill wa members of the committee on permanent killed, the vole lo strike out the leading organization, tie reult showed Gen. Basil clause standing 15'J yean to 155 mt;s. Dake and Hon. W. J. Stone theclioice. Af- Forty-fou- r so called democrat vpted yea ter this, which was scored aa a victory for and five republicans nay. Of the result Jokseton, it was agreed that the chair the Courier Journal sayi! A serious dinaa-eshould appoint the other members and has overtaken the democratic party, in Hon. Henry Watterson and Judge Btck-ne- r full fce of the enemy, acting under strict were placed on the committte on reso- and uonitatskable orders from the peopie; a lutions and Hon. E Polk Johnson and few democrats deserted their colors, nnd in General Buckner on credentials. The dis- conjunctionwith the united forces of the retrict delejations then reported and alter publican) brought upon the party a stingdoing in lour hours wnat should have been ing andmost disgraceful defeat. The vote on done in cne, an adjournment till 7 v. it tbe Morrison Bill was close, but the bill was bad. wai beaten, and by the votes of renegade After convening the interval before the democrats, It was a compromise measure coMBiitteea reported was filled in by speech-e- s offered in good faith to those who keep from various men called on. Watterson no faith. A small guerrilla band within waa largely the favorite and he was on all the linea of the party has, since the openoccasions greeted with thunders of ap ing of tbe season, acted under orders from pUue. He prefaced the reading of the the republican leaders. It is a coalition as resolutions with a hearty speech on tariff disgraceful as any in our political history. reform and when the motion was made to The party has been betrayed betrayed adopt them the hall fairly shook with the by those whom it has delighted to henot. tremendous aye thu went up. They are There is in the mind of no candid man as follows: any shadow of doubt what is the will of 1. We pledge ourselves anew to the constitutional doctrines and traditions of the the majority of democratic voters. In democratic party, as illustrated by the every way open to them they have frankly teachings and examples of a Jong line ol and enuarelr expres'ed themselves. Even democratic statesmen and patriots, as em- the democrats of Ohio are committed by bodied in the platform of the National their platform to some measure of tax reDemocratic Conventions of 1870 and 1SS0. We do especially renew our declara- duction, yet in tbe face of these unmistaka2. tions of hostility to centralisation as that ble declarations, a bill proposing the most dangerous spirit of encroachment which insignificant and unsatisfactory reductions, te&di to consolidate the powers of the Gov a bill drawn for tbe purpose of uniting the ernment, and thus to create, whatever the form, real despotism, and to all subsides party on some measure of reform, a bill to corporations and grants, without conid-rtio- thai disturbs no interests and does no harm of the public property; and we is rejected in obedience to orders from tbe again express our conviction of the urgent t republican manager, who are determined oeceseity of a general and thorough relorm to put a stop to the tariff agitation. It is of the civil service; and deny 3 We do especiallysurrendertheitsright of, only as a democratic newspaper that we taxing deploie the late action of the House the Government to power to corporations or individuals, which The cause hiH received no serious shock, is the result of both the theory and prac-- 1 A loud trumpet has been sounded, ticeofthe republican party, and we de-- 1 The never rail retreat. nounce the present tariff, which burthens that will the people with excessive war taxtu in issue is joined now before the people. The time of peace, as a master piece of injus- Morrison Bill is the least of the comproe tice, imquality, and false pretense. arraign the republican parly ts the creiv mise meaiures, as the iniquitous Commistor and defender of a system which has- sion Bill W88 the first. The day for all The democratic impoverished many industries lo mbsi- compromises has ceased. Placed by an dize a few; which has prohibited imports! pirty today is in disgrace. that might purchase the products of Amer- overwhelming popular vote in control of ican labor, and degraded American com- the House of Representative, it has acmerce from the first to an Interior rank on j complished nothing. To attempt to turn the high seai; which his cut down Ihe it aside from tarifl agitation was folly; to sales of American manufactureH at home suppose that the party itself will for a mo. i f i .i...i....i i .i. and BUIuau, nun uri'icicu iuc iciuilo ui ment submit to.the dictation and control American agriculture, an industry follow-a- d of a handful of Bafhi Bizouks is sheer fey half our people. It costs the tax- - idiocy. 40-ods pands-xnonniutn r I) t...l-!....! Cixuta-- a rl Klnlw as unmistakable in of tho late confederacy, i dead at London. Treasury It promotes fraud, fosters smug- throughout the State, is By a collision of the Florida with the gling, coirtipts ollicials, euriche the lew its preference for Mr. Tilden as the demomid ocean 135 persons perished. by forcing bounties from the many, and cratic nominee for 1'iesident. The sentiPonema favors dishonest, to bankrupt honest, mer ment doesn't prevail so much among the Lsstjear there were 1,517 murders in chants. We assert the d ctrine of the ConUnited Slates, 93 legal executions, and stitution, that all taxation shll be exclu- politicians as among the masses. It is the the sively fur revenue, rind demand that no sentiment of the yoemanry who have never IIS men were Ivuched. -mi more revenue shall be collected than is re- abandoncl their great leader, but who, me .Marine National Bank of New" expenses nnd obligations quired to meet the since 1870, as now, have constantly cherish-a- d York city i.a, failed. The capital of the ol the Government, economically adminisa determination to vindicate and secure tered. ht tit) tn the Presidential office. The believing lint no Itesolrcd, That, line should exist in this country people care but little for Mr. Hendricks. $130,030; undivided proms $02,345 Prof.Samnel D. Gross, the eminent as a te-- t of eligibility to any office in the There is, in fact, no Hendricks sentiment gift of the whole people, but that the stand- in the country. In a three months' canvass surgeon, died in Philadelphia yesterday, ard of honesty, competency, fidelity and men the Ho was born in Northamton county, Pa., constitutional citizenship alone should pre; of this matter among nil classes of to the democ- editor of this paper has not heard a single July 8, 1S05. In 1840 he removed to Lou-vail. Kentucky recommends racy of the Vnion, for thePre!d?rcy of the expression of care as to whether Gov. Hen- isyille, having been elected professor of city. United Slates, him whose elevation to the dricks were again put on the ticket or not. surgery in the university of third office in the Nation was the firs, step n The New York Daily Commercial in a to the obliteration ot the seam left by the The nonsense occasionally expressed reports tho fire loss in the United ' first to lead his newspaper, here and there, to the effect late civil war; who wa the party back to its own National platform of that the nomiuation of Tilden for Presi- States and Canada, for April, $10 300,000, steady approach toward the rumoval of dent must be followed by the nomination ngainst a usual aveng for April for nine HE A IKK IN to trs.de; th foremost exponent of doesn't years past of $7,500,000. Since January all the livinu democratic principles of to- of Hendricks for Vice President, Nlioi'M, $600,-00- 0 NikMIom, day Hon. John G. Carlise, deserve a moment's consideration, coming, the Iom has been $37,550,000 about XuIIm, UiU'eiiMiritn, ItiiKUy more than for the same four months was as it usually does, from Mr. McDonald's The name of Hon. Boyd Winchester HiiKRy WhcelN, N(oven, HariiCMM, C'mio JIIIIn, reported for permanent chairman and after ingenious advocates. There are half a in 1893. NpokoH, MIIIn, Grittcx, CoTcns There are already four candidates for some opposition by the supporters of Sen- dozen 'good men in the West, any one of KIuin, Co II urn, Corn ator Robbins, he was permitted to take the whom will do to put on the ticket with Congress in the Second Kentucky discrict, chair, but the convention would hear to no Mr. Tilden. For instance, there ate Ly- now represented ably by Hon. James F speech from him. A big row was raised man; Trumbud and ex Gov. Palmer, of Ill- Clay, who is one of them, a candidate for Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowa, Wooden and Hon. James Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elovator. Tin RoofThe others over the selection of delegates to Chicago inois and Henry B. Payne and Allen G. ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. A. McKenzie, of Christian, who jvill have took two Thurman, of Ohio. Any one of theseemi-nenfrom the Stite at large and it calls of counties to settle theelection, Hon. make the ticket all excellent chances of success; Hon. James ' democrats would 1 Henry Watterson, who led the votes, Hone. that the emergency requires, and it would A. Mundav, ol D.iviess, present Slate Sen-- a J. A. McKenzie, T. L. Jones and J. Stod- sweep the country as victoriously as did tor, who has no chance, and tbe last is tbe dard Johnston were choien and some young Andrew Jackson in 1S2S But there Is Hon. Polk Liflonn, of Hopkins. fellows were made alternates. The elec apparent no reasonable objection to the GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT tors for the State at large choien were Sen nomination of Hendricks. The "old tick-et,- " Lancaster. ator Robbins, of Oldham, and W. B Elem- complete will awaken enthusiasm and A large number of delegate from this ining, of Louisville, and then at 2 A M. the insure harmony in every State in the attending the democratic State convention adjourned tine die. Union. It will put New York, New Jer- place are convention at Frankfort. NOTES sey and Connecticut in the li't of certain Thp rnllpption at the Intern il Reven Judge Mike Owsley nominated Mr. Wat- democratic states, and carry Indiana by this place, for tho month e f terson and did it handsomely. ten thousand majority. Nothing else will. ue office, at April were 4122 9SG 40. The number of Wednesday Hon. T. J. Oattr, of Wayne, was chosen piyer live time more than itjields to the Demochatic sentiment in this city, L t. I h !- SiSta I have received and am still receiving' New Goods for Surma and Summer binkomprismR tlie best in tlie market, in style and jmake second to none in city or conn- try. GlVC me a trial. H. C. RUpley I 1 JJuf-leti- tht W. H. HIGGINS I Iron, Home Ilimlwnrc, Groceries Whip, Nloiteuare, Ciller Midler, I,up w. t ..,.. ;:." uzRWA' WAUPaPER, -- The Frankfort Convention, of spirits produced in the district next, representing democratic sentiment, gallons The nnd during the same month 131.400. should distinctly cry aloud for Tilden number of barrels exported, 1155, most of Sunday Argus. Louisuille Relorm. which was ent to Bermuda and Gerinsnv Most of the speakers who figured in the Miss L'nie Brigh't, of your lon, is of ora- visiting friends here halcyon and vociferous love-feas- t Misses Laura Baker tory which distinguished the State Repub- and Leila Owsley who are visiting at Judge lican Convention paid high compliments to Owsley's, are confined to their rooms with "the grand old party" for its financial the measles. Wm Owsley, of Burktville, Candor compels us to admit that was in town Monday. Mrs. Maria L. these exploits are indeed remarkable. For Granger is expected home Friday from instance, the cost of tbe late war to the San Antonio, Texas, where she has spent a United States Government was very plrasnt winter. Hsr many friends war are delighted to learn that her health has h the cost of the to Russia, from 1870 to 1SS1, was greatly improved during her slay in the and the cost of the Franco Puis-sia- n South. war to France was $1,757,600,000. Improvements in town are steadily the latter including the fine of $1,000,-000,00- 0 progressing. H. A. B. Markabury is activeextorted by Germany as an in ly engaged in erecting a Urge, three-storThe war expenditure proper granery where the old one recently burned. demnity. injhe two greatest wars of modern times This will be more eommodioua and convethe cost nient than the old one. Jas. A. Anderson was. therefore, about of our late unpleasantness to the conquer U building a tobacco warehouse (40x75 ft. This means that the on Paulding street, between Danville and ing belligerent. crand old pirty divided among speculators, Water streets. J. W. West is extending contractors and corruptionists aboat two- - the plank walk beyond his premises on thirJs of the average tax of 51 'JOO.000,000 Richmond street. Excavation fur ihe new collected annually during the war to put po'trfiic building was begun Monday. do vn.the rebellion. Probably no war in ancient or modern history ever did ai much to enrich enterprising patriots, or For Sale. ever converted a tenth as many gallant Lincoln Co. into millionaires, enriching them paupers n wh.ch I , I ollrr Inr alo priutfly tnv larin not with the spoils of the conquered bel- now ri"l-- . Ijms I'll 'he illilvllel nrrf lr. .rit . r !1I0 HuUitill, onllBl ligerent, but with the proceeds of home intln ft (ii Uml, knovrussoBOSiuonj itir W' k' 1. Arret fsrnn In tlie county. LI well. I I'Ht ' One stroke of science was to aril wrt taxation. ncr ol.r, in liiie iImIko! eulmattou, linpr.ivf nrr 3, ouihutlillom, two lint endure the paper currency with the legal-tend- jimkI, all , ( j ordt-ritwitjr In function, and then depress it to lautl AUut M iri arelnrorn, aliuul fnilfr i actu a suppliment ol this In iB3ll raln and IwUik In itraaa I alw liate 40 cents to the dollar; miles Iroia Hie about ISO Acin ol Ijiml alwut was to sell the Government I'onds for this HtiMoUf III A HiuJl.irdvtlle IW, al ut VI Acru Woukl make a nooil rliared, Iwltnee in tlmtK-r- . depreciated currency; and still another little bom. Also 1M acres of fine timler Jj-- j o It. Alto fine lot of locust titular wa to lift the bonds after the sale and about 3W1 Acre of finely Umbered land lylntf near a figure which doubled ihe the road Iroui KoIIIuk fork lol.tleny. It la one afier the war to body of Umber and the moat of It very wall locaCourier-Journa- l. capital invested in then. ted for tiiltltaU mi Tlie alioia named tiaclaol I will ll timbered lands .ill lie In 'ey county terms, aa any or all tbeabure laudi on reitonaiM wishing s. $0,013,-Gl'O.OORusso-Turkis$:67,-800,000, one-fourt- h TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, AT- HIcROEERTS Ol-EIS- A STAGG'S Druggists and Booksellers, 1HHNE KI.iKK, KTAXFOIll. B. K , A WEABlif, UNDERTAKER. AND Iealei in t l:Tiiiaiiitriie ! Full nucl complete iiNNorlment of ruriillure, fiiiltriieliiR v Clienpt-Mto the FlncHt I'nrlor SuKch. ncctl to ko to the Inn;' cltlen to iniike jour ptirchiiNt', no mutter whut quantity or quality 3011 mint, hm I run nnd ulll duplicate any priceM you can ohfiiln elsewhere, freight hclng added. AImo a full iihNorlmeut ol CoIIIiih, fa cm, Miroudis and Itolien, embracing; all the Xcir Slylcn, hoth cheap and expeiiNlre. Ware rooiHH opposite Nt. AHiiph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. crj thing from the Farm , er nen-war- ttr-rl- e WHEN I Of any of tho goods named below you should by all means buy them of LEGISLATIVE DOINGS? 1 The school bill passed the House 32. 53 to to j'Ur-chaam determinol to sell. Any one woiili do w.ll to glreuie call l'iS.', Iiuituutille. 21M! J. J. The House in the contested election case from Vriginia of O'Ferrell vs. Paul, decided by a vote of 110 to fel that O'Ferrell was entitled to the seat. A bill has passed to appropriate $5,000 to improve the Tomkins property, now owned by ihe State, at D.tnville, for the use THE DKl'GGIST, HUSTONVILLE, llu juit re"ltd - - KY., - Ti Ri WALTON1 Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be TREATED and education of colored deaf mutes. The Senate pased Smith's bill, which proposes to turn over the duties of the Railroad Commission to the Sinking Fund Gimmision. Now let the House do like wise. SI,-00- a nice lot of- FOREIGN FRUITS, , SVC II AS Oranges, Lomons and Bananas. 0 AL9J The Legislature has appropriated for the removal of the remains of Dr. A litirKC lAtt or FIhIiIiik TncKlc, John L. Cook and his wife, Mrs. Anna B Iiliiex, Ve. The bill Cook, to the city of Frankfort. ALSO provides for the funeral and the erection of a monument. SAMI'Li: HOOKS OF WALL PAI'EB. Foln, FILY & S PELT NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ( Ballard & Ballard, miller, Louisville, or will I hTe two ffod work mules fir failed for SI 50,000. have trade fur work Cattlo Also one Inney buiriijr Mure, The United States Treasurer is preWallir A Wood Hue keye Dratf twain Drill and . II'. lif.V.V, Mtaleiu. silver coin in lllndi-- r pared to forward fractional sums of $500 or its multiple at the expense of the government. On account of a plot to assassinate the bead or flrit'cltti I xish to sell at rrlrale iile Mcond-ralMulct. Adilreasmoat Lebanon, Ky. Cztr, the proposed birthday festivities at 31vh. HMVIVMt .V. Moscow, in honor of the Czarowitch, have been transferred to St. Petersburg. A laborer named Keating beat his wife to death in New York and when the police went to arrest the brute they found him drunk, lying acrom the head of his dead wife. Charles Ford, who participated in the murder of Jesse James, shot himself dead at Richmond, Mo. No doubt of remorse over his cowardly act. His action is to be commended. Thi United States troops are moving r.T.?yri'3jaVBMaMBMBTaBliaBiTpXt.SaM3ii the Oklahoma boomers out of the Indian Territory very much faster than they wen in. Nearly all the boomers are in a destiThe combined stallion, hit recorere--l from illstem-- r tute condition. and will bo permitted tu terve mares represented, By consent of all parties 11 Judge Peck, of Cincinnati, appointed month, lor farther Maria paiturcd at 12 M. Steele, the present Business Cbas. rartlcjUri, callon or aJiirt" . ., Manager of the yeuS'Joumal, Receiver, hlanlorJ, Ky. 2lMf and fixes bis bond at $200,000. 1 1 e 247-3- Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, C 'off fee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, FOK SALE, PICIVATEEY. ne, Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, .Soaps, Starch, Bluing', Teas, Hope, Can ned Goods, and Jhancy Groceries ti Nails, Hoes, Picks, Si'A i.lUSfi. generally; Shovels, Forks, Bakes, Hatchets, JOE ABDALLAH! Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, &c, and all at Very Low LhiiiK Colt. PRICES. At 815 to IiiHiiro Country Produce Wantr" .... ed. Stanford, Ky., Mall nprflraln" ' sin going North,. . emum Houth .. . ' ' Norh l. if. LOCAL A. T, Nunnelley bought a mare of M. C. Siulloy, for $125, and one of A. D. CatNew Mock of clollilriK just rcceired bj ron for $120. Ilerr, Harria A McFerran sold 50 im1 May 0, 1884 Kdminlon A Owalejr. .... ,. . ported Jerseya at Louisville Tuesday for . 7t ttz JloiiN, to the wile of Mr. Will Urals, a an average of $341 40 10 lb .j;lrl, on WedrieMiajr. C Aft D. TIME John M. McKoberta, Sr., bought for , U BO p. ti. . Ice John A. McKoberta, of J. J. Wilrnot, a and White Mountain Kobt H. Scmukk Silk nt 03 centa per jard at LylleV . . I M .... l ot r. xt. . XI. I'r.iir) 1 S3 A.M. cream ftmtrn at .right & Currnn'a. t gilding for $122 Tlie bore is calculated on standard time, time li .(lout 10 minutes faster LOCAL NOTICES. Solar One hundred thoutand pounda of wool t wanted. A. T. Nunnelley, Hlanford. lioi Paints of Penny AKtapi'. LANhittmi1 Come and ree the handaome dlaplny of A McAllaler. tea and dinner rela and fancy fjlaaawaro at LA.v.'itLTHs ijardcn eenla at MoRoberta Iiriht A CurranV. t Garden Seed at 'Vnny A McAlKtir'x. A Mi A'iMer eo'.e amenta. I Jo .Iaab Hog Cholera Cure. Penny & Mc- Nt'.ss veilinR in pink, crinipon and blue, and a veay hnndaome line of aatleena juet t opened at F.dminton A Uwaley'e. ha4 returned from DanAllaler y rah or nolc. ville and will remain here for one week reHon water with pure fruit fiavora at pairing all alylea of rewing machine. He McKuberia Sr Hukk'h can be found at the Commercial Hotel. Bha.v.) new atock of eeery thing In the Leave your order and he will call nt your line at Penny A McAliater'e. t'l.rm your account with Penny J. "W. Gi'TititiE jewelry Hoi.hk, cattle, aheeji and Kultry pow. der fcr c e ly McKobtrt A StagR, Nr.iv kKmIch of ready mixed paints for print; traie at McKoberta & Stigg'a. Watch d, Cloclca and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny & McAliater. Pen a. n, a new upright,.1. A C. Fiicher piano. Apply at Imkiuor Jot'ANAL of- honfe. A fifteen liRhln'nK rod agenta were here thia week, for the purpoae of paiity of canvairing thia and adjoining countiee. This Institution will optn Its Thirteenth Session They were unable to aecure hotel Flooring, Culling, Wentlt- od the 2d Monday In September next. and went to Lancaaier. Ihe AM. TUB BRANCHES OK A fact that our four large hotela are alwaya crbonrdliig, DrosNcd Iiiiuhcr fice crowded tell the progrea that our city ia And other THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Ni.u ami full flock of Fiflilnz Tackle of making in buiineoa intereate. every variet) juat received at McKoberta 5s Are tau.bt, si well as The Commencement exerciaea of the beat MUSIC. THE LANGUAGES, DRAW-INIIa"' Ho ia Remedy ucd by the Also Dealers In jliotil the country. A aure Stanford Female College will beginon Sun AND PAINTING. breeder -t with the at the Opera Houee riir tml pietenlWe. Penny A McAliater day June annual aermon, which will be delivered by Agent. I " the Kev. P. T. Hale( of Danville. The PERSONAL. In Tuition, prices rinice from 5 to U0 In tb place Concert will be given at the aame !Sulr Apartment. Primary, 25; Intermediate Call on us or write for prices We keep a law ed. Mus (t A Kaniiy went to Somerset Tutaday night, the Ud mat., at 8 o'clock 30; Preparatojy, J0. and Colfeclste, 850. throughstock and will do our best to plertso you in price Kev. James Scott, jelatlvee. yeolf t tar to viait and the regular touimcncement exerciaea and quality of material. out Bovle and the adjiining countiea ai For full particulars, as to Board, Ac., address Mi-- An.nii: McKi.n.ney J Tieittrg Wdlnrtday night. Formerly lhee exer-cie- a the "wild Irishmin," died i! pneumonia 1MH8. N. C. TItUKIIKAHT. FrlPJCIpnl, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. Monday night at the reider.ceof Grt Wm. relative In the Weat Knit. were held on Wednesday and Thura-da- y Dantllls. Ky. F. Evans near town. He wa a native of -- Mm. T. C'AHfON ha returned nlghta, but a change haa been made Ireland and a very eccentric it not insane from a Southern buxinera trip. for convenience. Keligion waa hi hobby, but be wa man Mim Kctii DePaimv, of Koyle county never known to ( xpres a favorable opinion a II AVtf (i been dirappoinled in lec.rlng He claimed has litfii vinlllni; Mr. A. A. Warren. of any sect or denciulnatisn, home in Winchcaler, I will for the preaen' to know more of the scripture and of what -- Mr. A. A McKin.nev went up to A(iKT Foa TllK Stanford. My atar will only U happens after death than all the real of the I'rab Orchard on visit yeaterday after- remain in world. He rode through the country until I can make the neceaaary arrange noon & SEED on lur'chick, never sleeping twice BONANZA CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. to move. Now i the time to secure Mi. A P. Mil!j, the clever repreren ment same place unlea in auccewiun at the And the Machinery I amed below, for Lincoln and Gana-Counties your picture. Cjme any kind of weather W. M. Howard retail good at whole-Bal- e bv sickness or something else quite tative of the ISreuiaker-Moor- e Paper, la in anil remember 1 guarantee latiaftctiop. build the Famont "noXAXZA" TimKMint fir Kb. price. a irnnerative. He re'ued to go and live I'eas and all Seeds and ton II. jfifii A1 fir. !.., MioUir"t:vHt:u.A"lleioUiaiHlnirt.inrtiJr. and have Urinp along the bid picture Call at the drug store of E W. Jone with a sifter who came here from Allegha-n- v C i;ui(TAUi.r. MuijsiM or i, t, f. 1, u, i and sj Hon oi W. (J. Welch and A. M. Kelaod Traction & l"ower, and itirMiIlt tj all Sue: Descriptive Circulars free Large for ire cold toda water. county, IVnn , several year ago, sayiDg them enlarged and nicely were among the delecafa to the State Male AelS Wauled. ROBINSON & CO., Richmond, Ind. .. that he had been directed by heaven tn lot of new frami and picture fixture of A full line of paint, ciis, varnishe. V labor here. He alwas rode a good hrrse klndajuat received, cheaper than waa brushes, toilet articles, Ac , at E W and wore comfortab'e c'ntbing, but waa not Minx Nannie Wood and brother John all market. Family group Jones'. in known to have anv source of revenue, He cf Danville, waa ihe uet of Mira Alma everofTrred tnia eyening by picture In from one to y a rpccially. Work ou the new building t the wasdscentU buried Tuesday Haya llii wiek. -for paal favor. Springs is progressing fintlv. They hoe Col. Ean ii our remetery. Thank three aecond. -- .li W P. Walton haa returned ad OS-BeCall aud get new price. 0. W. Shafler. What Some of Our Best Farmers and Citizens of Lincoln and Garrard Saj: to have it completed by the 1st of June. from a viait (o Miin Mallie and Heeie SEW ADTERTJREltHT. You can buy of W M Howard a betFogle, of Lebanon. and (larrard, do ctrtlly that we havn had our wheal .u"Wu,ih'.Uull'rj''!Dtllclt,I'n,r.' The dancing clara, which la composed of luir.uru -- .nu iwuiusou v.s .if- - nosanzi iirain ana seei ioresher and tnglne, and we glT JriKii: W K Caw-oyoung men, gave tbeir friend a ter suit of men's and boy' clothing than went to luli-vill- e twenty-fivcredit lor the work it did for us. Itthreshes fst. cleans aod sepsratra ascood ;s any we eve crrat h.il i i It. O. BRADLET, not imrk ih er.ln lib. .,,n., runt smoother and with Im nolsr. in mi..i,..i Tuesday, to buy an iron front for Mri. ben-fi- t Wednesday evening. Mot of the can be found elsewhere for the same monssy to lhoiw that eipect to buy Machines ol this kind tbat they can notniiiin.. than to cet tU Bodo ey. Thresher and EoglBe. sWSoldbyW. PortmanV new house. CARPENTER AND BUILDER, nanza 'purchas nKelewbfre MgneJ: J B II. TRAYLOB. slanlo-U- . Ky. better hlaj and eet rrlcea See rcbolara brought a youag lady and the W. M. Howard ia making a fine disOwsly, Mr-M- is J. P. and K. W. UocKEn floor ol the Opera Hou.e had the apperance play of hi new goods which will continue Ha moTiit hla fiiptnter ihcp tn towu anj It now- tjefor J. t. Owsley. II. It. IklOn. 6. It. Duddfmr. Win. H Banghman, J. II. Miller. J.C. Lynn.tf.J. Km. br,, rSlwv.li.lnr.t.n t'.rlrlr.. J.I...;. U. a 'lo rarTenterltg, hoiiw buildll lllatt. J. Ujrt. have irnne to Knoxvllle to visit their aiater, rather of a drer ball than of a dancing unlit Saturday. Everybody I invited to rraJr larlnr,times to Ac Callouhlm. e emlorie what the farmers say In regard to the Bonanza Tbreshnr and Engine, built by In?, ter Robinson A Co.. !t:tbmond, Indiana, and a.ild be-- e uy W. II. TItAYLOR, Mra. Dr 1. W. Logan. tbelr Ai;ent. We nave boacht icbocl The boy feel under obligation to examine them. ground quite a lot of wheat threshed with the Bonanzs Thresher, and It was splendidly done-n- ice and -- Mr ani Mw. J W. AttOR.f have the jour-- ladie for their encouragement and clean-- not cnt up like we often see It. Signed: J. E Farrls, BuUilo Mills, Staufjrd, Ky.: McAlis-te- r The ladit will find it to their advanA allee. Unmln Milla. ! returned from a viit to her father, Judge and are grateful accordingly. The orche-t- r tage to & Dress-Makin- g 11 L. Steger for their Milliuery To thrse whom I have sold machinery I extend thanks lor thir pitronaRe, and will say to thoee ctll on Mr. w"1 tske great Pleasure In fitting you up with the above nameJ machlneiy. Krndrick. at Somerset w occaaionally lelieved by the pinno, tnillinerv good, '.r.f.1.'11 ,0,JT tn1 1 is perlect working Also remember her order. I have on band a supply ot printed matter ' everything is J !' N Y! I)ii Lee V Jlrri'MA.v ht gone to which under the rkillful touch of Mis A which will be sent to any one aJdrosalng meat bunford. Lincoln County, Kv, " dressmaking department. i ours, very truly, II II. TItA YLOll, Lfiuisicn lo attend Ihe meeting of the Mary ISrown, inalilltd additional enthuai-aE. W Jone' new soda fount has ara full lluecf eviry variety of I We 8 iithern fental AMocialion. and Invito an Imptcilou or tne same. into the dancera and rendered the finest in the Millinery, rived and it ii no doubt the Mlsa Cynthia Orson, who ts an expert in the Till" edilnr ha been abient ainte irtat and prlcta f more inlereating. Tlie Club ex- - country, having cot $060. Mr. Jonea i will assist me Uocds JIK1. .TI. P. TUll.KH, .lie. whuh explain the excellence of ihia pica tci give a hep in June which will far an enterpri'iug young uitn and deervia vervl.w. ' K oner. Ky jil.it nuuilur I tlie iSTLKIOK Jot'llVAI. t i.jr' of the Merry ltach-elo- r aiicce. ellipse tlie Mr J M IIorion, rcpiexMitini; that of Stanford. Mi llirdie Hardin i vry low of ty of H ,'ieni .'iinal, the Ioui'ville Cummt rutl The AMPor' Ixwka for 1SS1 in Lincoln phoid fever; hfrrenvery ir very doubtful Irien. il ititi"t-- t. Our people cnulil county how the atnounl and value of tax Misea Itimwn Jatne and Lillie r ex J be ween r" The i.irf.ership NrcMir t it"riti-ta rwiier mwaer. attended the entprtaiuiiiHit of the liter- JACK ADAMS A mi.S wi !t.i dav y mutual follow : liiS.'JMi able property In be ai consent itiisolieil by the wlthdiawal of Jack AdWHOLESALE AND RETAIL- LOCAL MATTERS. acre of land valueil at 5.730.0Sl; 20. ary society at Georgetown College on the am, sr , Trom the firm. All parties IhowIijk Indebtnl lo tho atove named flriu, lheinslvs town lot, $:t0.i:tJ; l.2:i hor'ra and mare, 2d inst. . LylleV. cither by note or si count, are rciuestnl to make stkavn Hit at One of our bet citizen concluded to iumitilUte wtlfment, s the parlntrililp bulnis ..-- jlP.Hl; 1.77'J mule, $101,502; S3 jack .l In- - wounl up, and all claims that are not A Owa- - and ienneK.JT.SlSil.S'Tll Ma' kimk cord at K Itni-to- n heep, $32,205; try hi marksmanship and with hi Smith must at ..in r will b pli.el in the of a conductbusineis will dog and then In the futtre tbe A WeMon tooK two pop at a le''11 533 hog, $32,1 It); 11,792 cattle, $152,616; ed t.r Jack Adam, Jr.. wb wl'l uevery eflort Value under the found to his dismay that he had shot in to maintain th stacdic; of Ihe ho ise he now i Kiiula of plant!" for aale by O. J. J I Mote, $11:5,145. which lor Hie past thirty Tears It list held ctjualix ition law, $ IMS 203; value of buggie, tbe town limit. Marshal Saunder march Newland. AND DEALERS IN that Is, the rilKrr sti.re In Mt. Vernon, lie a tull stink t New has now carriage, c , $2S,0U; gold and ailverware ed him U'fore Judge Petlus and he was In evtry on hinds will. h be llttllio prm(joods blsol.land variety, n elrgant imeof Cilatiware at Warren We new customers at the lowest prices. and piano, $33,001). Total value of taxa- promptly fire $5 far eich shot. ! Uf Youra truly. AMeiiallV. t M CK I SO. withhold name a we will vouch for hi ..Hill ti ble properly in county for 1SSI, $1,210,111; Mt. Vernon. Ky.. AprlMT. Ul. (ot.W K. Carbon A Son'a for iddlea total value fur lb-- $1,007,527; gain in not doing the like again. While seinin. in D.x river Ust Sunan haruew. There are valuation over 13, $1126SI 11. day, a difficulty arose between C. Lear, a 3(51 legal voter, i. kind of lumber iii the ro igh at my 3 ,IS7 poll lax payer, 3 Kockcastle man, and Davv Jie Kigeby a obildreu between 0 and 20 yeata of age; yard, U K. Wearen. LcHillim' IIolJ'-- o of old; two gent from Fall L'c, in which Kig'v wa Th v.---t 1230 hog over fix month onion, lettuce, Nr cibbagi', in the hip, after which the one white and one colored, that shut by Lear firm is now prepind with a This radiabea, .laparagu, at S. S. Myera'. in full andenterprisingline of everything usually fouDd complete are blind, and ten peraon, all white, deaf crowd present allowed Ltar to depart tcer.il I irn'blr ntabllsbiueat. in a neace. Dr. Stevenson wa. rent for to at Special 1 attention Iscaitnl tu Ladie' Dress (,oods i: lady f hoit lil huve one or mare of nrid dumb, are returned by the aaseeeor. wa unable to andTrliuiulnKof everv diacrlptlon Clothing a wounded man, but the preily Flower Pote for KterytM. i in the Fancy ,;rery line t by T. K Only 17 taxable dog, belonging to white tend the ball. It ia thought, however, it specialty. ...f. ,l :. Mr .... I jilrc t Wal'-- n laiiurn uuiuiwui'r irecentlyWirv kecurej made ptrxoii, are retried and yet 3S2 sheep trace the . the -- tid valued at $1,017. Of lodged near the spinal column and may twotrltn the illy killed In !Sh3. latest novelties Tiik I irciln Milla r oflered for f!e wie the farm product the following comprise prove a very dangerous wound. and Selling Strictly for Oasb, by C'imii.i ur W ti Welch. Adver-tUeniHiram Hiatt bought of Whit Mont- Buying theliat: b7,347 pounda of tobacco, 1,737 We are aide to ehewhere. of corn and gomery 45 grade ewe and ab9Ut twenty ton of hay, 627,020 buhel C. C. lamba for $133, and aold same to OFFER SPECIAL. INDUCEMENTS, 1 lfi 053 bushel of wheat. r f.r.et w hnve a big lot of walkl Garrard county next day for $1S3. of And duljn to make our Mure that have lo ing and riding cultivator RELIGIOUS. J. OUenhelmcr bought of J. H Owaley Cur- be yId in uext ten dava. Bright -Hoadquurtors for tho West End. INCLUDING THE- the Humber farm about two mile from UlMf nu. Kev I. S. McKlroy haa cone lo Vicks-bur... road for $3,".00. Hi on the Mt. Verncn Mi., to attend the Southern Gener- townunderstand that he will put moat of the Fans. paraola, kid glovea, silk glove, We C0.1I!HIS-IO.i:ila.- S SALE handkerchief, ecurial luce, beaded lace, al Assembly of the Presbyterian Church. farm In barley, and expect to establish a 01" TLENDin Kev Waller Lackey, colored, inform beaded dre front and a large atock of brewery at thin place. Mr. Ottenheimer in while goid and SwIm embroiderita junt u that hi mteting at Lancaster resulted alea bought of Mra. Susan Smith her lit51 addition to the church, 40 of whom A Owaley. rtc ivtd ''V tle place on Mt. Vernon road 1J iniWs will be bapttzsd uext Sunday morning at from town for $1.200. At Slanfortl, Kj. have compro- 10 o'clock. L. V asi Matt Piuurs DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. mised with 1. S PhiliM tlie matters in The District Conference of the M. E, Lincoln Circuit t'ourt; Thi First National Hank ..f.sunf.ird va. Hobt. McAllster and others. In controversy' between them. This wna a Church for Danville District will be held The. County Clerk Iwued license on lly (irtueornJudguieHt lu tbls cuise at the dispute Involving $2,600 or $3,000 worth in Kichtnond, Ky , commencing Tuesday the 5th Inst , for the marriage of Mr. J. V. Special April Tim, 184, of the Lincoln Circuit Lancaster nnd Lincoln night, Mbv 20th. Kev. W. T. Itowland of property in Court, tbe undersigned Commissioner will on Hoard and Mws Nannie W. Whitehoute. SOLE AGENTS FOR caunty. will prench the opening aermon. S. Wairen performed on Mr MONDAY, Drt I. 2. 1884, of the Mt. Sterling Chris- George Ktsthara, on'Fridny, n surgical opThe Elder TiiritE i etrong talk of the reproduction Ilelrg County Court day, between the hours of 11 door In South-Bon- d tian church have made out a list of . of the Lincoln County Stock Fair Associa eration, for "Fistula in nno." The pa- A.M.andir. xi.. tad.' tbe to Cornelson, to which embrace an tient is doing well and will be out in a few bunford. Ky . sell as one lot at public auction to we hope thru action will he taken tion and tbe blLet bidder to adjieent Iota of lauJ In ttietownof tanloul, y , a IJolnlcg thn deKt ol to make it a certainty. There id no reason apology lo Judge Heid, the church and days. Physicians report about 00 cases of tbe LoulsvlllnA Niuhville It. It. contalolng should not furnish na the public. Cornelison furnished a writ- 111 palee, nitb a large why Lincoln county since the breaking out of good exhibition as any in tne State, for ten reidy. He nk for time to conider measles in town if forced to an the disease, most of them of a my mild NEW BRICK FLOURING MILL she i' sufficiently supplied with the stock. the iiopoitiont, but saya .MP y no to all. would type. A number of grown persons Late no-he wer ll we need ia a little enterprise. f been among the Billeted. Wow Frame Wheat Klcvnlor A Lnrjre LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Till- - from a little girl of six, written in a A match game of base ball will be ' I Mtuate thereon n;ctber itb all r mschlnery remarkable very even and plain hand, satisfy apparatus, Ac -- C I Pitman aold to T. C. Coffer 25 played here Saturday between the Central hxturra, SIJ.03U, with ,f. topercent,pIslntltTs Irom tbe eon fur for one of her age. We would like to fee College nine and the "First nine" of Rich-mon- heptemlwr ti, ISS3, sulj.ct to aedlts o( W and acres of land at 9- -0 per acre, any little girl cn heat It: Mr. IF. J paid January 1. 1881, and for tbe sum of if Ladieo are admitted to the S4.i;uC5. r, Sam Owens aold to W. O. Bradley thia jCOOOsrith per cent, tbtreon Itom I'ebruary 15, Ww'n -- Ianialittln girl sir yeata old. grounds free, and the lords of creation are anil tbelr ro ttb rein expiuJe). week a fine coach horse for $225. I have a i Roberta A. Bright. Thealoveproierty la eligibly sltuattd on the My name cents. a town It. Fire thoroughbred yearling bulla for to bs charged the small sum of 1hdrugpifts, KnoMille Hranih ot the L. A N, of a It . Incountry. fine of 500 inhabitants lu the litan litter Maggie. She goes to school. They ale. J. E. IJrtice, Stanford, Ky. Mr. T. P. Curry, one of our The I'liifllDCiacil inaiblnery are new and cost will not let me go for they think I am too f.,0(0. The J. Ottenheimer has purchased the Lin- - nllowed his government permit to sell cal mill men. sale is a fiue o;jortunlty to practiemail, hat I think anybody who In sweet inst., anil has TIa credit of 6 and 1! months. 1 KHXia ok S..K-- A eenfelter farm of 220 acret for $3,100. liquor to expire on the and nturity, payable rovt quired ulth that if he is hearts i large enough to go to school, At Orenetead's a.ilo of thoroughbred not yet renewed it. He says now pending Bwi'isu riiiislcncr, Isricg 0 per tnt. Irom day of y Corn mar-to fined in the prosecutions I have several, hut I do not Intend to ial ad haTlng tbeitl'.ct ft iudutuents. Lien also horses, at Lexington, 21 head averaged against him he will tot remain in Din-villletalned. II. (i. WELCH, nntji I get my education, Koiieuta A. $024 5D. , .I'Md Muter Cem'r Lincoln Circuit Court. acooiu-modaiio- t Ja. In the paat month the price of hemp-aee- d haa advanced frriii $4 60 to $7 60 per bushel and ia in demand. 8. II. Ilaughman bought at the late sale of J. N- Grinalead the well known rarer, St. Ac, for $380. Martin, by Imp. Phn-'on- , Dried apple and peachea, Irish pota toes Bnd country bacon wanted by T. It. Walton, corner Main and Somerset at. J. M. Hull fold to John Spoonarnore a yoke of smooth oxen,l rear old, for $115, aud to Iteuhen Williams, a fat cow for $45, and 4 small heifer for $76. Commiaioner W. O. Welch sold to M. C. Saufley 80 acre of land on Dix Kiver belonging to J.J. Kill and other for $760 He also aold the tavern lot of M. T. Kuell in Milledgeville for $400. It. II. Crow received a telegram from Covington notifying him that there wonld he shipped on Katurday 10th inat, acme trolting mare of "the first water," to be bred to hi stallion, "Nobby." It seem that thia horse' reputation ia spreading all over the Innd. 11 W. Couchman sold to J. W. Splion Monday 11 fat heifer, weight 1150 lbs., at 5J cents. Jas. Origgs sold last week to Conkright A Green 60 head of 3 and 4cattle of a common grade at $37 year-olper head. Limb are going oil lively at 5 to 6J centa for June delivery for good one. The crop is much smaller in Clark than usual. Ho ftr a heard from, and we have interviewed ijuite a number of farm-erthe tobacco bed are doing splendidlt; Many bed contain plant large enough for setting. One gentleman informed u that he would commence setting thia week. The outlook (or the present crop ia exceedingly encouraging. Clark County Dem. a, The Senior rlss of Centre College M. DURHAM stood it final examination Thursday and It n CacilKtate for Corgmi In the 8th District will uraduale at the June commencement. iitjett to th will bf tbp Dtinociacjr. W P. Sandidge, of Lincoln county, will probably be vnledictorinn. There are 17 JAMES II. McCICEAKY young men in the cl oh The weeiine which haa been going on Is a Candidate for Conzrus In the Eighth Dlntrkt, at theFira PresbvlerUn church for several aubject to the will ot the Deuictratr, week past cloted Wednesday night. There were twenty-fivadditiona lo the church IIO.Y. A. . during the tueeliug. Kev. E O Guerrant, ItaCnridldMnfor Congrin In this diitrlctiob-J- t the preacher left on Thursday for frank-for- t to tbe action ol thdeuioracy. JlIMJi: J, Peerless Traction Engine. SEVER IIEATEX IS A TEST. Htb Ilnndrrd Uollin In Oold at the Cincinnati I.xpoiltlon In 1881, the highest award rtrr fMreii to nn i:ncln' The hlghm award at the Southern Kiposliloo, Louisville. Ky.. lu 1SS3, for tho Httt Tiactlon and Itoud Kngin' Parties dctlrjne lo buy Knglnes. Kepiralors nd Paw Mills will pirate address f. Stanford, Ky., , (2lB-lr- TALliOTT ! Or HOCKtiK A ANIlKit-ONIM Kntt Main n. lloviiRIl, t., LouIsTllle, Ky by City, recently convicted In the United State Court of dealing in counterfeit mon ey, are trying to obtain a pardon for him, with a reasonable chance ot success. .Mr. Coppage haa many Irienda in ibis vicinity who would be glad to tte him a free man, and who think crocked mean were used to secure hi conviction. Mr. J Wesley D.rhain, Evnrniner, on Tuesday and Wdnedny to ik for the defendant, at the office of Durham A Jacnh. the depoaitiona of various persona in be read aa evidence in tbe horse poisoning case of L. T. Hemphill vs. J. C Miller In the laat trial of th'n case there waa a mi trial, tbe jury being eleven for Miller to on- - for Hemphill. Mr, Thou M Green, of the Mayaville Eaglt, wa in U.wn Thursday. Mr. K F. Phillip wa in L'uivillc from Monday until ThursJay at noon. Mr. Henry Kin-diof York, Pa., is here buying horsea He will go to HustunviHe to dav, ThursMrs. Sam day, on the same hiitine. Warren and Mrs. Dt. I S. Warren are visiting Ihilr grandmother, Mra. Mary B. Messrs K, P. JaDuke, at Georgetown. cob, J. It MarraandW E Grnbbg were the delegate from this county who attend0:hers were ed the Frankfort Convention appointed h'lt they did not go. Mr. John M. IIorion, reprinting Ihe Louisville Cimiiida, was, hi (iilcherV Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. L. W. Caldwell, of the.l'fioairV, who .i beea abent a week or more in Washington concty, has returng, well-know- The friend of Stephin Oppage. Shel- Fire Fire Fire ! ! IE. DANVILLE KIMVAIIIO anxiety for the p!e of Stanford ami Lincoln county aud promise to do the fair thing for the in If they will Insure with him In either The Indon A Ijiccsshlre Insurance Co., of LlTerp'iol, iviiose aels art t),W),W0, or TbeK.iyal, cf Urerp!,Meis f JC.9S7.17t, or Thel.ac-isnl'-eofMancturttr, aiseta over tC- , PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacturers of 1't Jircmtti to myall tMMirem day n ailjuitmtnl ami vtltnol',aik the usml,tulyllG0) dayt time. Write to him or oill on nlui at Lancaster, Ky. , Doors', Niir.li, IlliiulH, Ttiiulow . mitl Door FranicH, Mold- Ihrh, Scroll Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, .Sur Work, Turn- lug Lathe Work, Building Material ITn.'iimig XiUiuber G TERMS MODERATE. TrV. H. TRA7LOR, FIELD d con-stant- lv GRAIN THRESHER. Gun-venli- AH c 4Ti- n ii I,..T l.'-l- g T Jloltl E -'- ', rKt-lTH- e tms-Ine- w first-cls- a-- i Dissolution Partnership CURPiAN. Ly-te- o -- set-il- ha-.I- s cr SI -- 1 F. WAKE & CO., intl! HARDWARE, tle QUEENSWARE. - first-ila- . ' Farming Xmplem'ntsa Buggies, Wagons, fr Mc-Clu- MILL Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland PROPERTY! and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. JUNE cuurt-hoiue er Plows, Solo Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning Flows, and Hamilton tb-l- Judg-mer- it -l l.-.- Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents fop Evans Corn Planter and ..Thomas Harrow; Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting chines; 1 lt 1 AM, AT BED ROCK PRICES. EllIdUT. ak' rather liked. beyond Ler depth May 9, 1884 But this love was evidently 0 ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! PER POUND. iiinon: PKOKKNSIOIUL SAII M. llURDKTT. After awhile, when I was sure she was I wilt del.vcr Ice to regular ciut niers every mornA flue Stock Farm tr ule, Ituitsl une mile DUUDBTT & BIlOtVN, ing at steeping and dreaming, I went on i:n ot ('ml. Orchard, much of th land river Stanford, Ky., bottom. .VCrOUNIiSVH A.'Tr..iV.Wi Orchard, For term apply too, V Jiium, 'I'rtli linti o to Albert's room, Mi door waa un- - ONE CENT Ky., or 10 uiyndf at Fariutr National ISI-lMT. VKUNON, KY. l" j locked, so I went straight to him and put lliulc. Accout Isduoat lbs close of each month or when J.ll.on'NLEY, ALEX. ANDE11HON, 312 1m my arms about his neck. He looked at me acuitomer quits. THE COQUETTE Kt.T.C. llumber. 2t7-it. k. it, JbA.'W, A.TTOIVN13VHA.T IsmjJII , see x U,l,.jaeaa.liliii., ii g jw 1 f ,asj creature quietly enough; but I couldn't bear to DANVILLE, KY., Kile Linden waa the prettied THE GREAT hia face-- so C3r- - 3FL- white, so stony calm, eo terri Will practice In the Courti of BoyU and adjolnlnj in tho world. CENTRAL B. II counties and In the Court of Appeals. bly diapairing I hate women I hate KENTUCKY RKrKESKNTS- On evening I IntroduceJ my brother to beauty I hate Oh! my brain is on fire K. FIBU, bandeouie boy J. her a young, fresh hearted, "illiioUriiHM Itoutc." when I think of the ruin she made of that A.1 And Matter Commissioner Kockcaatl Circuit Cour, nod without dciay he proceeded to fall LouIkIII, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., and Indlanapolla, dear, simple boy. I tried to comfort him, MT. VKUNON, KY. Ind.,lealrnln Slelmray A Mom', pMker llroi.', & in lovo with her. She danced with him but my words seemed mockery. Will practice In th lUckcastle Courti. CollecMaine', J. A C Flacber, Voae A Horn', Baldwin A (134) tions a specially, OrBc U Court-hout'o.'a Cotlmi., Upright and Suare i'lano Forte; twice and gave him hern on! bouque' to non-Ce- ntral alaothe Katey, rthonlDgrr aud Hamilton Organs. "Dear Albert," I said, "I know it all. I hold half the evening Initrumentasiild at prices and terms to suit purLBB T. HUFFMAN, wai a witnets of the scene in the garden." Kentucky to All Points chasers. Don't glie your orders till you get ou Poor Albert! How pleaded he looked! Ui-fiprlcre and termi. STANFORD. KY. "Were yon?" North, East, West & Southwest. Office South ltd Main Htrett, two doon abov I win pleased, too. In.te.d of warning Quiet, passionless tone. ineatjeri lioui. Fait Line Between him against the indulgence jf dangerous FnroNltroui Oxtdt ()u adtnlntittrtd when r "And dear, dear Albert precious broth! quired. hia wild fancier, . I encouraeed er I have come to try to ask oh, my LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI. Wlthouf Change and with Speed Unrivaled was I to know it wis a Circc'u cup How DK. W. B. PENNY, brother, my brother, love me again, and Thla notice forewarn hunters, rlihenuen aad tch.dul In Effect Marcti Jl), 1B)1. "DmitlHt. ebft held to his lips-SHORTEST AND tramps not to trespass on our landa without QUICKEST ROUTE let that heartless creature go!'' HTANFOKU.'KENTUCKY. nail aucn acts are liable to be procecuted riU)U LOCUVILLS TJ TUX At the end of a week he wan as far gone Ho. It "Ho7?7 No. ti He kissed my cheek and smoothed my atore. Office hour to tilt full eitsntof the law. Dally Office nrer Robl. S. LytU'a Dally Mtiolord. as it was possible for a young man to be. hair. He said; "Don't cry, Jane, dear. Dally E, Hun. 'Ex bun, from S to 13 A, M, and I to 5 r. M. Aneithetlci ad D. McRlltrlck.Kt March 17th. 1341. filmed OuaA W.M.Mcl'oni 'IS4-lrmlnlilrr wlun She could make him bluoh, eigh, pale, It's not worth while. All there ia of life H.T. Ituab, A. W Carpenter, 8 00 p nj 8 SO a m a 00 pm Lie. CoTington C, lllahop, r iiii, voice or the 9 Vi pru' 9 51 I ui 3 41pm tremble at the round of her " Falmouth to ia nothingness to those who live long It. Cobb, Uvl lluhble, 11 10 Id in a pw vnts. Hlgglns Kelly, F, D. abodes, lightest wave of her hand. At the end of nough to find it out. You are ten years Arr. CynthUna.... 10 30 p ni.tl Uitu 8 VO p m pmlll omsry, Parl. & nnab, It, u.AJ F. (lever, W. C. McCormaca, 11 19 Jacksonrllls, Jloblle, end Nsw Urtsani, 2 pm 0 00 " Lexington two weeks he had reached the point when M. II. I.yUe, (I.L.Carter 1 OS pm oldethn I, tie it, bin I've found it out Lre L'l CAO.Ky. ' , UU12 00 p m 6 81 pir T. J. Hill, J. W. Weatherford, 1 M pin it is said of youngster in lave, "abe can first. Good night, sister; go to bed." 6 pm An Wlechrster. BEST ROUTE TO "FLORIDA C. Vanoy, Wm. Burton, INNCRANCE! 110 31 p ml 3 In p ni,. Lre, I'rla J. A. Il.rrl'. wind him round her little finger," and at J. .H. Murphy, In Palace tars Without Chan t f P n P P t t Arr, Wloclnnter V. W. Carter, U u ,1 m; 1 SI p m1 M. Hill, J. ol the third week there must the c!o Seven'First-Olas- s J. 11. McAllster, Breakfast was over, and no Albert, I Lre. Winchester . Companies T a J carter, 7 00 p 3 57 p SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Foster. J, D. Jones, hive been a scene. 4 00 p ui i 03 p la Froa. Linnvlll. In l'alaw Car without cbaug. was barely civil to Katie. She remarked Arr. Klchmond T. M. White, J. Q .Vontgomery 9 IS p ni " Lancaster I hall I met Kute, a Tasking through the HA.T0E3S I'. K, Marcum, ' Mn.J. J. Sloberly. 3 4S p ni " Stuotord Jun-on his abience, nd wondered if anything W. K. Aaion. FMinRANTC Seeking homes on the M.T. ltusaell, little flushed, and looking, I thought, a was the nutter, to which I made no reply. UllllinHIl I O Una of tnta road will (gMyr) lj.'.6m No I. t II ho. J, J. 31. 1'llII.WSt'Aot.t.mtntoTi recilve special low rates D.lly Dally little exultant. She nodded gayly and See ot this I 'mp.ny for rsles, routil As the morning advanced and he was Dally. 'Ea bun Fa. Sun. . or write C. P ATwilRf. C. P A t. A. ran up stairs toward her room. Two min- still absent, I thought I would go up to his it) MKRWIN'.SSPKCIKH', Trade Mrk Loulavllle. Ky. 9 IS a m Lta. Stanford June uted later Albert came out of the library, room. Perhaps his mood had chunked, J 38 a m " Lancaster . IU m 5 25 " hlchuood II 00 a cold, detd expression on his white and he would be glad to see me now. I with (Irent English Hcniedy, I will atand three A PRIZE ronJ 6 "nl' "r an I receive KikE rv. The " Wlncbeatcr ...!..- .li 00 a m OUin Jaeks at my itabln -- mV'r-.w of a',c,l. ""I'h face. He passed me without seeming to knocked gently at his ... .,. .1., ui.,rf?L,"lx,,l'b,x la a poeltlve cure for Weak Memodoor, but got no an- Arr. 1 C.A O.Kj to more money rlahl thla season, IJ S3 p ni 7 2', a m niu.r xi, away thin anything else Hi thl woi! ry. Losn of Drain Power, Nervous ru see me, aud left the houe. p lu 7 Murium , 4S swer. I tried whether it was locked, it was Lto Iexlogton . 2 '.; pi m S 21 p tu 8 23 a in Weakness, wu mi worsen a ).fti!iitt .,,., ., .. Exhaustion, Seminal IS a I a II Arr Parla u ! Tai a A Co , Autusta, Maine. Imiotency. and (leneral Loss of nor, and I entered noueleialy. How quiet Lts WluctirtKT I 6 30 am .'67 p mi Power ol the (irneratlve Organa; 7 20 a ru 3 3'J p m -- .. Djya passed, and I never saw Albert ex- everyshing wr! How still Albert lay! He Arr Tarla n,l all ,1lu.ftiea that follow AA A 8 10 ... ' 3 3i p m 2 14 p a S 46 am Blfora lakiac nuence ot vouthful Imprudence ol Lt Paris. cept at rueil times. But I could see how was asleep, thee; nml I advanced toward the Arr Cynthlana 4 00 p m 2 M p m a ra the excess ol matured years, such Tr.J,Mrk. " almouth. . 4 48 p m, 1 00 p ui 9 &S a ru as Universal Lassitude, Pain In the chnnged he wa?. OLD bed on tiptoe, lest I might wake him. The " CoTington ... 6 00 p m, B i p m II 30 a m back, Dlmuees of Vision, Proiua-lur- e Hi fluently rode oyer of an evening worst4mut have passed, I thought, since Black Hawk Old Age. and many otrer diseases that lead to Insanity er ConMAYMVII.L.E BKANUII. to call on my pretty friend, and I observed he now slept so soundly. He was turned a & sumption. In all cases of Female rKnTaf; i NiTST Weakness the Hieclfic acu Ilk a it was always in returning from thece little from me, so I bent oyer him and lookthat ItOSCOE CONKLINOl I) illy Dally NoaTU-Boi'Schsrm. reitorliK loss or fading viz Chicago visit that his eyea burned so strangely and ed down at him. Ei. Hun. Ex. Sun. or, glvlna-- to the eye a brilliant All at the same prices and aparkllng beauty, to the cheek his face wa so hotly flushed. un, Heaven! What 1 saw then will nev Lre Corlnttou- 2 00 p m tberosy Wooom of bcaUh. AfttrTakUg. TIIK OXi,y LINK llf.NNINu 10 to Insure a Mure with Foal " Lexington One nijht he remained out very late and er leave my eyes. Hasten oh, hasten, in 7Mam 4 30 p m OtTMerwIn'a Specific Is sild by all Drugglita at 8 IS a iu 3 20 p m It per parkage, or six packages for tS, Also by Paris Or $1J to hold a life policy on tb colt until Are began to get alarmed. At I had been pity's name, to paint in fewest words that Arr MUltrsbuw . I 8 10 iu 3 47 p in mill, imetsgc free, on receiptor price. ..-. Cars I If a 9 00 a in B 07 p iu colt, " Carlisle. atPult pirtlculara lu pamphlet, which will be montht old. rstes,man wants a mare terms we give hia self constituted guardian since we were horrcr! him apeclsl upon i.jultable AND BOI.ID TltAI.Vi 3 48 a in 7 00 Prince ui mailed free to every applicant. Address all com" Johason ..... There he lay white, cold, dead! a single will lm let to Jennets at Jlu for a Jennst coll or a 10 30 a m 7 43 i m " Maynllle left orphan, I remained up for him, Hour munications to the aile manufacturer. lost Jack coll; a living Jack colt, Insured until six v A31 v it LOUISVILLE I to.. TO CHICAGO No. 82 No. SI months old, I 5. I folliwed hour, wetrily! E tried to beguile deep gash in the side of his throat Karma City, Mo. Dally Dlly Marr paiturrd at II SO per rasnth; and Jennet Sold tn Stanford by Penny A MeAllstcr and all the time with a book, but it waa dresry lbertmy brother, tny pe'! Ei. bun Ex bua. Drugglata everywhere. II Mr Hi, mill. Stares traded bebire foaling time 200-lI knew, without an instant for reflection, foilelta thewniran A Hen hsld on the cult lor work. m 3 4 a ml2 Mayssllie Le Jobnson. . .. . .. the season. I will five prompt persona! attention ,,?",B,.r,a,"ke At last about fvo o'clock in the morning that he had died so for the love of the girl ! 30 a mill 42 p lit " hveBa tra.n e' ma Monoa to Hie accomuiodalloa of all my patrons. u no 7 21 a ui " Carlisle lock. He down stairs in the breakfat room I don't I heard a click of the front-doo- r i.kvi itvmit.K. Kv Orcencajttlp,lUuih to 7 41am 147pm Mlllerabur 2i-lShelby City, ranfitilMlll., Ijjfajclle s 10 a iu 2 10p ni was letting himself in with his latch key. "know how, but there I was confronting her Arr Mail and ChlraeTt) wlllioiit clianjrc. .... 9 10 a ui 6 Hpui " Lexington glaring at her with wide, mad eye, but hurried down into the hall and turned i'O a in 3 23 pm I II " Civlngloa TIMK TABJ.K I sprang toward speaking quletlj. on the gas full b'.az. ."fAriuN-- . No. 10. daily learea IXIIy Falmouth A'commclatlon Hal y "Katie, Albjrt'a Falmouth G 50 p. mi CoTington l 4 p. in arrl him, bat he staggered away from me, and Lve. tnulv,!e T No. 9, dally, leare ralmoutli, 6 00 a. iu ; arrr p m i nam Ii "Murdered! Are you mad, Jane""' The sire of trotters radlrri, and mere fancy Arr ItreeBTMlle said, huskily: "Go away, Liz2ie, I'm not CoTlngtonSs m. No. 3J, Sul.yonly. leave Cor E. H. BURNSIDE, lot jm id pm and 0rstH Ism I aatsrn horses thsn any other stal" fet; because what I tell you in true. Ington 8 SS a tit arrive at Falmouth 10 11 a. iu CravferditslU pm 'fit cDmpsny for you'.'' iNiai It ol pm lion In Kentuctr, will make tbe of lsdl lafayette. . 2 t No. 31, Hunday on ly, Jeare in llJiui l nfotanlAiil, dlrxtly Chicago Come and eee him he killed himtelf for arrlvi) CoTlnRton 4 p. tn. Lexington the Knob b,1 t'arii-N- o. Thia Old . .. 7 ) AIM 1 "Great heaven! he was drunk! Albert Woll - Known tnur miles west will be iiermllled toonerve main 'Jinn Llik pike, and 42, dally exiept bunday, leave Pari S ii a. The l.'O or dlrKt Hotol Still Maintains its at tbeeitremely low nrlieof mare llin.cavmthe HO ears, tomot lulnts roulo. wlih M,r one i h.anfeof my brother whom I bad thought an angel you!" - her 9 10 a iu m ; dallr ei-1 aaturn pale and tremble. There cept arrive LrxloKtonLexington 4 No.St, tn.; arrivei tolninie I'anlug with the forfelli all In IV ma.li , Mineesuia, los SO p. Sunday. leave High among men! Tne sight before me Albert tic Is au eirellent breeder and a sine I Nehr ISp ....,' 'ur.thf UhrwalUMi. a.1 trew muit have been comethini? frightful in my ParUS to n.. foal getter (rajs furnished at t: r luoulh Note j.mnt;ers South of Winchester Tralni iuy brother flushed, stsgerinx, maudlin, Due care taken to prevent accidents or escape, J U5 AND tscf, for I Htf in her aa much fear and No.12an-- run u. Lxiui;t')n and Paris imly, LniltvllJe, Ky but will net trspontlt4e should any occur and smelling of alcahol wm so repelUnt dread as Nos. 6 and 11 via either Paris aci Winchester or DkvC HI Ml OK iVIl l'iniir it was capable of expressing. - Nnhkr ,.l Iti Proprietor is Determined that blati, with amall staiatid lwuwhllfet. I. hauds Parla and Lev ngtoit. sickened with disgust. that I Come and see him Katie, come!'' Fait Llnr Nui 3 und 4 run via. Winchester it Shall be Second to no Country I Inch higb, hue mane and tall, g od lny Irt. Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cats tlwen He observed that I recoiled from him, Hotel in tho Stato in its Fare, Waiitlful head and nik. eiellent should tr, hsk CHESLMPEUKE AUD "Heaven forbid! I wouldn't fee him for Cincinnati aid Richmond. Vu , aud Waslilm;ton, OHIO HI. and loin tn fact fi .ltlr In etimnstry -- aBd will drunk though he wat, and with an hysteric- all the world!" Appointments, or Atten- D. C. Through tlrketa and lneiUi clucked to Ktiarantee there doesn't live a iiilllnn i,iAi.t ,.r any destination r jched lir i rsilrmd. tion to Comfort of I said: "Ob, jit; I'm a beast, I a letter illsiotlllon. and this al laugh he uallt!es he auixt Ob, how 1 hated her then! I felt aa if d. F. II. MOUSE. W. H WHITTLE jEY, Invailablv fmpsrti to his pnrny As anevidei.ee; their Guests. Triv. Pass, Agnl, Passenjr Aisnt, Huppoie. I feel like one. You see, I can't it would bs a luxury to rend htr alt in UoiUe Kust tbst be will produce very faet lioisrs when crow-- 1 j lexlDKton. Ky. Oviurftou, Ky on i;o.i msrrs n ine isci inai some or bis vary I keep away from her, Jane, though she don't pieces, as a just sacrifice to my misery. II. W FULLER. roa CVr.BMITir, spenllest colls have nothing but a Mr YVallarodara (ien'l. Pass. Act. llsdcaae will bs conveyed tu aad from tks d General Miuifer love me, anil try to hate her. 80 when torccouimeiid them This of itsell I. .oucIu.Iva' WaSH i 1101011, n, I caught her arm my gracp mutt have free or chance. Special acrommodatl ana uolplllO, II. Y , proof tbAt the pr,l comes from lb sire to Commercial Travelers. The liar will I feel so miserable I have no been like ateel and drew her along toward I leave her, the male In the land haveprvlue alnaya aapplled with the rholrest Thoo!y ho runnm,! ed tastcolla by him Mr Alex Johnson aayi. 'I resource but to drown myself in the flow the front door. I pushed her out and lock nraaoaorLlqaora anil cirar. have hiaJlol more or nobhy'a rolls than any man, aod they are all last '' Mr Wm. Dodd says "no PULLMAN NEW ing bowl. Oh ed and bolted the door. Another moment SL2EPIN0 CARS belter roa, liters lire." Mr I'urdom bss one with "The tout b dear woman ." I wa up in her room, hurling down out of laadark tnahojosy bay horse, foi'cl June Itth, little handling that la trotting hia mile In 2 34, That very morning I spoke to bim. I the window of foil I 1880; full lii hindi bUS; hUh style and )! stall GLENCOE. and says "oo better cIom roadhorsest canlool lor Dany' everything that was hers. Mr K. D. Nunes ssya no Is potnta: was ilrol by the chsmplon trotting stallion entreated him to overcome hia passion for of them.and every on a aeller " Warren Kuv ', I didn't look out. I never saw her since, of the world, the renowned Horn ; ler, rrcord 2.I3. Nobby male a record ol 2 JS and was sold lo VV. C Knte, if it was bopelew. He listened to Flratdam by Mambrlno Htarllshl, si dam by OlThe combined Hlalllnn "Albert-- my own Albert!" Fair, Cleveland, Ohio, lor IJ.toO. If necsasary raox iver, he by Warner, .11 dim by Watnr; 4th dam Alxlallah (llencoe, will could give me stonily, till I ceawsd Hpeaking, then numWrs of testlmonlali from tb Imt make the present seavm The shriek that bore ihoae fretzied Helea Fawtett by Imp. Tranby, Sib dam Nell my stable, 1', mllea horse men of our rruotry commesdlDf Nobby to I.oniMTllle,ClticluimlluuULx Owlnne br Thornton Ilattler; fith dam by Imp. dry lau,?h. "I can at answered with a short, words from my lips brought all the ser- Trafalgar; 71b dam Neltlotcp by Imp. Spread Esfrom llustonvllle on the In favorabla consideration of all lovrs of gftud IriKlon, Ky., will let tb abov iutSr. Kianilns sie: 8th dam hr 8uxrk: 9tb dam by Imn. Janus. never cease to love that woman I am not vant to find me thrown Hustonville and Liberty horses, butand the hors, across the dead Thus we have all the desired elements a. combiif youara dlspoawl lo (lve hliu your Turnpike Hoad. at one of that sort. She either makes a man body of my brother, palrouage I w't guarantee value recelve.1 for your wildly kirting his nation of the highest type-- of violting, paclrgand Nohby Ii thoroughbred blood. Therefore Crow's Mmuygltr of me or ruins me utterly. I will ask her palid brow and $10 To I.VN IJKi; money Chief, be by by (iarrard Chief, he by lie byo Connecting In lame depot wub Membrluo raymaater, cheeks, shuddering and evidently must produce speedy as well as the f4i trilD, ,or Mambrlno, he by Imp Messenger. OarrardCblel'a she means to do." highest type ol combined horses Ills aire could once again which A COIaT. dam, Dolll Dixon, by Krank, g, dam by Aralui, hhk i"i norror wuen i loowed on trot better than 2:13 and psce better than 2:21. Money due when the mare prove to foal or Ii R, K damkr Ilambletonlan g g, g, dam by Dlo "What does she say to you at present on that fearful wound. It waa for ciuaing tln HuuiiDLKa'a ItxcoaD aoaiKST tiut or All irsaeu. unoniy handlinxhe mr.1. Othkk I.iviff) Stallioxs; The fastest firat heat ted a mil In I J on two monthi' iicoods .low,trot, ly ownedNooby'a dam a thoroughbred mar former thesubjici?" a track 10 and by U.V. Koblnsoo, of (Jarrard county. that scene that misery, that crime that time. 2.15),. fastest second best time, fastest Mr.Harve Pope, one of his driven, layaherauld 2M-sThe Direct Route toLynchbnnr, Dan . a. citoir. "Simply thu ehecm't love me. Ask no my love and third hest, 2.1ft, now admiration for Kate Linden est fifth heat, 2 IT',fastest fourth heat. 2. 19;; fast- Ne. 1 a 2 30 gate any time he wanted to. IU la a He teat Goldsmith Maid on villa, Norfolk, aaddle horse anil an extra brevier, hia colta " more ner merits at Cleveiioi, tinio rms!derln that Mng naturally galled and of fine changed to bate and loatbinz. style. 1 I sjr 11 l this wsia cow pot I rir race, desperately Jockeyed lie waa sired by Jo Klmo; hebyHl. alio and he by "Simply that she cin't love him!'' I Elmo, fTAVT All Virginia and Nortb Carolina and fought from b;innln to end, won with no Alexander! AWallah, by A New Discovery in Printing. J.IA.Ua.'JUII O a Hambleton. And yet I have aeen her becd thought favors shown but every advantage Ukeu todrftat lan; Johlmo'adam by Mambrlno Mrswnger.br Jfointn. The printing world is much disturbed by Smuggler, It stands con,i lo no triumph ever Mamhrlno l'avmailer: lt Ham l. U'llli. n ur tickets and lurther upon him aa bore a far different such look turl. Kerelgner, he by Imp. (llencoe. AVIllle D.'adaml joir nej.est ticket otat. or lnfiraiatlon ' app'y to the discovery of a new process which ena- won on the trottingtti.Dun, He llred the great address ' W J Hmo that sold lor alfotic last gelding. btarllght. by Cnerokee, til dam by Imp. UlcLcoe. interpretation than the assurance contained . K. A It VOI, J), bles uny number of copies to bs taken cf Hawthorne Pora' r,nas. another nt the tanilly, oiaiiiiu a nam iiriiui )Vnxlrl.cr, 2d da br a Advert.tia Agt I Alt., iiriei in, l made a paclnz record of 2 I7 atiJ drner welching aadille hone iiedlitree nnVnnwnin theie word'. I knew her to be a .1.1 .(., Wl 310 W Mlllu M.. UalTll!e. Kr UA1U Youas trotted known as and full of conquea; but I could the oldest book without atttin a lice of 25pouuda In I 0(.Pocibouus tl" b h tulle in oughbred. the Doubiebend and lluizard mare, thor 2 18: a hall I wl ilv) ataDd my fine Jack, mother crest f.tul-lI type, A compound has bten discovered, Uta'l Manager, Strideaway, trotiwl ibre (imutive lieata In (n'l I'aaa'r Ag't not believe her so heartiest aa to lead that itlchmond, VlrgluU 2 KLd tfTfiiat4wfrTal , 0 ..YirjW ,Vi which may be spread upon a page without 2 19, tier17(.iiullr 2 1.8;,, pinvlrg tj iiislvely tll.ll l,oythe brother of the friend whom she in noo of iioisvi hare show n so much lied bay atililon, fjali--l l';i I n I I y Charlei the slightest way injuring the paper. It Ieed and wouderlul tLdmotte. It I aife to prealrol by Meeii,"rr ( I. If LrAii:; Titi th aik tin same terms for mares; will icrve Jennets on Dunn. Hianlonl, Ky professed to love iio dearly on to worshipsume that thi. trreit f erlstiuiug I'dllty nevr '. .Marvel, (J.yr aire ci jiau I ,Meter cr, e""rJ cm be easily removed to a stone and there peara nithou' in inlier'tjoc private terms, aic Is ISH ing her as he did, from the mere thirst for with iiira'v noo and lor size,' atvle and action la "'! : "":' 2 .1 ,,u'- .. . mm 11,11 s nti a'j lriil" tint becomes the matrix for steroty pe, or can be flenttenien, examine tbn alu I bkt and you, strictly a...... and Il. ' ,.A.n t.l in sal f i wii " yictimf! ii ri MISSISSIPPI (1 will find bat ri:oWaMl'"t'JLER 'ra, s irven good bretdr , ,"., lrul ! ri' Mangle lUC) s. i'tt iv hi. i.. oti ami other prmpH'og Stewart tlmea to Imp. Mwaetus' acd vuri to Eulisii Mam ones Her viit had lasted about a week. It used for printing at once. brlno, the a, re i.f nap Meiienger MJinbritio i ,i, umiii ounv nj riaiiiinei. rerora J ..",30,1 You hind your best heloved Aldine to Starlight's ful' ai r, Ijvly Thune, has a reoord of was evident to my watchful eyei that AllliealreofVoiiArnlm, I .' sold to (ommulore rill,n ...l.e , l Irotitxr, his Kltt.,iiior 110000; Aim.tte, !jl',,T,.i,."M,l JjlllO , mi - so' I ,r. ,' ccjn afi; her what she meant to the inventor of this new procc.i and he In vlewotf g'viejii" Wmtluk-e- co.a Itwu lot." .7',. bert would t now put ilila h Ma.c 2.VT', VMaudlere. atila ol Vl,, i ,'? will return it to you without a stain or bone's iitw i 41 biv prP (,f H,l o way hare V i2vls do with him. l.-- r nell brother tJ VoJuuleer. the aire oi t. let tue. In liiriiiiuiil . .n T" nil, iisTrii ,"; mark, uninjured and only cleited and he aiiHiu-fi- i Is 'liiifln 5 O.il, i. -r dii- w,,u ,t tbe lact One nh;ht they were together, walking iineil or iinr.' pa'tr'f wiin The ll.n. 2 I ',; (Hosier. 2 17. Alley, i IV. ISodlne, ' depn . . ra. J, rand will give you alonB with it an esact horse wlli ett j i u: iuy tali, t Hunter, 2 I"'.: Drivers Amy, 1 j n4 mile Tielt ., ' ,n,u't tt rival t out in thu garden. I could eee her in the ( 'Ma.r..remoreiitba80rla.s transler i ( , .ucli.ii.it. letter lor letter, and broken top fcr Stanford, Ky on lb" ... t It '3lhr It y I lte..pt, t' f end dam. Kilt j Hirer-- . Hie dam oilier!!,., UiM',, ,, in, j, lU II y and On ., I. wliitu moon.itjn'. saiilin up into hi face f. . J .U.1- (alrl '.'.t U3r.nl,) ra. nr.1 1 flfi It .... .... tin n brjktn Mtop, of the volume which he hts I ei tatu.n nml tligraiilam of Maud MaCenger. .' have tin cciy ,,); c Or,w'd SiujkUi's cct aud leaning on his arm. The wiodow br Ab. had in hit poi-- f e8 lion tor only a few days. Said colt ii a kaxI tne out of .i pure l,rnl trotting Only Liiie?i,iBA,2",',." dailab till" rlrnol (loldtuillh Maid, 11. Hosallod opeuing on the girden whj raised, and I (uaiv, c, Almonl, Alxlallah I'ilol uniiall.ndat Iiuls ulibout truster lorpasvu-- I uiltj Iroti, i IV. Thorndalc.2 The antiquarian will thirst for the blood of pacos ai i i i jjiwi ia.i iay. Pi, all Hie il Ac, Ac. r lu. ers and b.sgeat Intermrdlate points. the shadow of the curtains n.nrlurf was Hitting in 11 ALURIOIII. this too clever inventor; but practical prin- walk tope i:" LWU '- - ' "" a '""- riiinlilam by He.1 J.uket, (sire of the dam ol So occi'ionally n tht-- passed and repass Btanfuid, Kj., HI. '8Si kentui ky Wilkes. 2 21 and the grnndam ol Ho .,, c0K0of'c.rV." ters are air ndy moving to see whether -- IT', and lied Wilkes, aire nt ' l'lill Tliomp.oii, ,. ed, I could hear low, whispered words. LinerX7,r.;,.,r,',:,lT yiar-ol- d recorl. 1 21) by t'.int; by Klierman MoIxt.li, leaving rin, tnna.l at : p m ami "',", 1'.: they slopped right under the they can i.ot save the coat of metting o'd rion, the ilrool Vernnmt IIU, k Hiwk, the t r seogenfnui ihe.'-outAllen and many other trottirs. Lilian latlln 10 connect iih 11,.. ifcerUin pncticil difficulties I didn't move, thought I knew 1I llak window. . et'.dain v.asind by a lialfbroiher to lllick Ji 4. lirai train, can t ,ke f.e .... ml, hl,h7 are got over we shall e a change tint only ThliflBPitnlllon willatnnd tho huhchi r..r.n .vniinei aim liectlon .... .'" Alxinner'i AbJallah are both by tllll U'ntwllh all ni.irulnv ,..,.,. ""'" I could hoar every word that parsed. I "HO at my stables tn Mllledi;evlll at 10 lo Insure ft Kyilrk's Hambletoiilan, lh ...' .r V W9K ..M..,v,.M in the production of fac dimiles of.old buk, KranMr of.Miud v on un weaning tune j.ten retained lor aeason r.. i lO'iiJay-eve-ire- , considered I had a right to hear. 2 10?, ftt J11II1I1. 2 II',, illlO OlllV ,JJlI,L 81. trrn ClmlumU(inA money Dims ol winners fite. Kwlerick Mm h ac , lid is the aire of Dealer, i Vt. Nellie. 1 l. f'M I rnnH.iience Uuls .ind..r line a bright icahogonv bay, with black mauo and tall, Orange "Kate, there must be an end to this," but in the production of modern bocks 2 20; floors Wllkivi, Is the only jJond thirty "";KMni. III! year old, and lor his training makes ko'J oilier. 1, with records It will no loDger he necc-'sarto keep ittii guarantee a eoutinuoui tilp. of 2 SO ? J heard him lime He ii by Imp. Duckdcn, he by liar .Ml. Chief js atred by Alid.ilaband Niter. I'ilol. ilreof i'lclard. type standing. A proof will he as gocd as dlelon.out olMnry C'ralk'. Iluckdrii was got by 2 IS'.,: n J it, 'An end to whai?" she returned. record, 2 ?8, 1st dam Is I i.ur .'ol.d Dnl.y lralu. Cic.li,i,all to M lH Ixrd CllfJen, (winner ol tbeprcatbt. Ledgerlitakri iliter-ln- . blood to Urn. (tporge II. Ihumas, sire ot Ivt" (ar 1,, Huns Through. ' uie 1'oucastir innocence, Katie You are a stereotyped plate. No book will ever be "Don't aflect iTrTfl ""Kv f 'VTiisn oiseos, iMji,-araro ltun on Day Trains, rala'o ni a 'r Scott's TIioiiiih, won the Woodcole Htakes, the Chauipajno fatalfi ofl.ewlnskl, 2 2 '.'I, by MatnliilnoMeaiciiK-er.iIrso long as a copy of it ie- Biwpltig Lara on Night Train.. Don't pretend "out of print" maddening enough now. Ko 2S. Second dam by Mambrlno and tho T blakes), out ol Conroouenco Chlel, aire ot Lady Thorn. 3 18' in mains. It will be nearly aa cheap to re4, Wotdford "Jw oi Lurv any claw ol by liar Mlddloton. lloderld'a lit ,lu, t.r ormo, i 21 jj .Mamlirlno l'alchenand others. Mam- lawengets. not to understand me. You know I love pawuker Cralu, by Knight cfBt (.crej 2d dam ltrttilt by produce a volume aa to print an entire copy Third haiaseatina Thiourli Car. .Ml and Enifllih Mulatto; 3d dam I'mMem by huclld: lib dam I'a. ter, Ac. dam by Imp. Nnpoleon that Alnlillah Hunyou. Are you still indifferent to me? "1,rr,e'' Tr1ZVDg?rri' nt0 Knederi nrlllobterro " of a volume passing through the printing M'ia reuieisa by Ccrvatilet; Sih dam Marlaune by bor- la nearly full brother to Maud Metsenger, goriest and quickest ....",. Line Will you still tell me with that divine ,. , i.,..i.. v. uy iimouiy; from (lnclnnail ;in, uiuuim . ouiuuiiiiu by Hhark; 8th ,tii iiam a VU, that sold for 81,000 and for 81,000 last machine. Certainly we are progre-finlolut (Holdrnlock'f dam; dam by fall; tbey have lame ilro and Krandam; his dam ii tran.lerln Cincinnati lor'HeDicrs'lrou CM; K mnile with those low, sweet tones, Albert, Kill dam (Julck'a Charlotte by lllanl, lOtli ypbnu, Already water-colo- r better bred drawing can be so well aure loal can never, never love you.'" dam by Crab; 11th dam by Dyer's Dliuple; 12th getter and a than Maud'adam. He ia my friend, t. Ulllln',1 horse of fine stvle and carrlaire. He dam by Ilctbell'a Caitaway; 13 h dam by Whynoli will madO lithographed as to deceive the all I'oiuti exy ardon't be a goose. the seaiou ol lsil at Charles Dunn's via Loul.Hlla. 0it "My dear boy, llth ,lt l(n..linrn II... f"..ldl. A 1 . tists, The tints is uot far now that a hook Chrl.1ma.b7l ode kk Dhu'j Vd.' "imp? Van" to, o " uourse, I can never love youl" 2 - '"." I!-"- !anf' M '""" COI.T. A Voiclla by lJl.ck- VJNtJ by tba Colonel In Kngland; a. T" may he -- eprinted from itself. We may lock: 4th by Phantom; SthOverlon, 6th Walnut: "Good!" He laughed bitterly. "Any-thin- g Par Keel" fni ilr!.' ,0 t,u,r',",h i th Kulej; olh Hrncantba by Jlathen; llth I'ropb- your impa-tienc- e reasonably hope to find a method whereby Alao will atand a for a change. I think him Ureybound; luui dcniij opuiner ny uf ik'kuiuf, 1,1. "r..'. '"'n,s5?n.'ry ta the above atede oil colors may be multiplied from their lltb 12tb gephomaba, dam by "inrrprrieniaiioiu, and better than your pitying tenderness. tiietiiare uuwon br n, .,.;,i.i.!. ' .'."..J" lua, klBrf il.y Ilarb: 13tb dam 1' A rev's Chestnut ,,uw,c' not only In tbeDe, but la olber ..,,tte:V He looked at her for a second or two own canvasses. Scientific Exchange. Arabian, Hih White tilrlnt; 15th 1.11a Montague Africa every year exports an ayerege J.M.Hill with an expression I wouldn't like to call 7TOINimi:.nelghliorhnod .ay. ho bought At the same place we will atand our tine Jack, aotnemuKMin the Ohio where be undo a Do Not ho out on any man's face. HeJ turned away of $3,500,000 worth of ivory. It ia eati. aHcireiierAllou to Eufecbled ojsoii nod they were gool ones and ho Lai the MImIs- Ippl Ilillway guarantees llie ,, ii. wonder-ingl- y being a good breeder. corrrHMniu. reputation of SufferlnK from a general want of tone, and ! mated that in the western portion of the and left her standing there looking .i.ieiueinsauu every promise made the nubile. Address lta usual concomitants, ilyapepam and 7. 1IVXS. will be carried out to thu letter. continent over 51,000 elephants are alaugh- nervousness, la seldom ilcrlvablo from I bo At S8 to Insure allying colt till weaning after him. titatiford, Ky, use of a nourishing diet anil stimuli of due same a bone. Young Bowman Is 5 r.Vi " . u""'I"e information In rccard tn She waa puzzled. She knew he loved her tereu annually; and, though the trade appetite, unaided. A medicine that will yean old, IS hands high and was bred by (Jeorge aahlngton, of lloyle county, He waa ilred by effect a removal of tbo specific obstacle to Such dread despair she this ia due to the eagerneaa with to madness. irauiai renewed health and vigor, that is a genuine Harley'a Compromise, he by Tlppacanoe, he by By Messenger Chlel; dam by Alcalde, (lire by Henry Clay's Warrior. Young t'ownian'a dam corrective, is the real need. It Is the poswasn't used to that sort of thing. People which the natives are following the policy 3 21; Enigma, 2 26; Fancy Day, 2 .10, Ac-- , Pafaeager Ag't Ohio A Mlilssll Aaitway. session of this grand requirement which r,,Vfr.A,ndjr It,ce'" dam 'T I'loneer; g. g. dam will mike the reason of 1831 at Mr. Lee Ycazer'i usually upbraided, tore their hair, called of destroying the "goose that lays the makes Hosteller's Stomach Hitters so by Old tt nner; g, K. g- - dam by a Maltese Jennet. "I'rovldenco Neighborhood," Danville, Ky.. at W. V7, PEAIIODY. w. b'shattijI' T' effective as an Invleorant. .For sale br all . 31. H. It VMS Kl,It, forth. All that she golden egg." . . nnii an ... i....Annaii iiiiuiiirii, UC4 VVMUWll.J tt.U.Il. DruggUM sua Dealer generally, 231-MHIedgeTille, Ky. fio J. W. BBSWK. Notice ! qiicly ir I I km Attorney r. 1. II. Kiildwiii A 0., '7VrVt:E'S Through Trunk Line Shortest Quickest Koute HUIIOJ30N DJ3NTIHT, .lrr-ams- POSTED I SOCTU-BOUR- nnrr .l 0--1 Pire.Lightning Tornado SOUTH & WEST PfflrlCARSsrffi'to I T . 111 111 LOWEST NoatH-IkiC.N- -- w Tbree Jacks PRINCE Al-sq- i I 1 , jt W32 --- 1 B MOXOX KOUTJ!:." Railway. IFB Louisville, New Albany -.- Pullman Paliu'e BouTU-nocs- in Jtt.imixt: yr ) lim MYERS HOTEL, and Roputation, dead-murd- red!, STANFORD, KY. Propr NOBBY! , 1 1 Kentucky's aa;t Crow's Smuggler! d ABDALLAH A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY, Meu-brln- 3r7r Yorli. I m , Al)(lnllnll -- . I'll-erl- 111 I jmaKfn ' ui y, bob Mcelroy, i I-:- f ii.-1- , t ! I nt m Hs;0HI0 '".'' J. . statr-meu- J. -- th-v- RODERICK DRVl JoungK-iUlnel.'i- Ml.-not- i. ,f'."'l,,V!'-!i''',,'.rV""'fl"""1 n'MH.lr sf n- e, 1 L.tio lure-pik- e. !,, t, l.c.l.l "i , il; Tho fi,r (ilni-.usau- llOSTETT Flfr The Only h I I -'- J.. Tl( 1 km I iri e- d J 11 - ' I'l. The Direct Koute Solid Daily Trains, 8jttebs I ""& Cln-rno- 1 G!OOI ItlVIiX. JACK """" t Hjitt, YOUNG BOWMAN Deceived time-Mone- MESSENGER tl PRINCE, Hy-la- s. 283-J- "