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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884052001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. (,'" emi - W VOLUME XIII. Proposed Excursion STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 20, to Texas and Mexico A Large Programme. FiiAXiU'oitT, Ky.May 12, 1881. Hon Jf. T Qirpenttr, 1'ditor Stntimt, ShdbyvilU, Ky. My Dear Sir. Not long since I saw in your paper a suggestion that I should take the I'rrss Aasoeiatittn to Texas or Mextso. I have been considering the proposition, and wanted to talk to you while you were here attending the late convention, but I only saw you on the platform, and other more important matters were engaging us both. I write therefore to ark how something like this would do. Ken dt zvou in Iiouisyillr; thence to til. Louis and by Irjn Mountain railroad to Tent, and by Texas Pacific to Abilene; two day at Abilene fjr rest and entertainment by the citizens, and seeing the adjacent noun-trincluding an antelojie hunt; from Abilene to Kl 1'aso, thence returning by Southern 1' italic, via Han Antonio, Austin yind dalveston, to .St. Louis by the M. K. and y, ill GE0.0. liitefio Aonftuu 1884. NEW SBRIES.-NUMBER- 252. BARNES in ENGLAND. v. r. WALTON. I'ttfidHhril TtiONifdiM im( httlaunt When paid trlctlr In adrancs If we have to wait any lltiin, 93.no will b charred. 102 SiiACKi.KWKt.r. Lane, Dainton, London, K Arn 1881. Dtar Ininior: (Continued from last Issue) Wednksiuy, April 2J. Another soft "May day." We are all very laiy, accord-'dk'- 7 Vernon came in for an early dinner and we had him all the rest of the day. Another conference in loving comparison of thought on the scriptural distinction between "spirit, roul and body," out of which I am sure the dear LORD will give us something gloriously good; but it is too deep for us both, yet. Veroon thinks the ".plril" the uucontaminated part of our wondrous organism and "Soul" the battleground where tlesh and spirit contend for the mastery. He has only thought ut it yet and not thought it out, if indeed he or any one can. Jle goes to work teaching for a fortnight, and we shall eee little of him before his return to Oxford, A blessed meeting at Harking Road tonight. Dr. and Mrs. Uury both down the doctor tearing himself away from practice to get a fresh mouthful of what grows in the dear LORD'S green pastures. Had some difficulty in stowing away when the break started for the station, "Room lor one more" not even the the conductor had the cneek to say and the traditional capicity of the modern 'bus, for oDce, tailed outright. TiunuDAY, April 3d. We had rather a sad gathering of our dear working women in Aldersgate street at noon. A great fire last night in cuntiguous, Pater Nosier Row had thrown out of employment many engaged in the binding departments of the great publishing houses burned out. Sister Fisher seemed quite cast down, through her intense sympathy in their troubles. We dined at the Arcadian with John, and then went to llro. Hone's to tea. He ia one of dear Limbourne's deacons. At his hospitable board we met Mr. Richard Cory, of Cirdill, Wales, who went to the Tnberna-cl- e with us. This gentleman is a very wealthy coal mine proprietor and a friend of every good work. He gives largely to many chanties and bis "praise is in all the churches." Itro. Lambourne has wrought unceasingly to gel us to Oirdifl, since he loll in love with our goipel; and as Mr. Ca-ris a good friend of his, be never rested until ho got him to come and hear for himself. I think the good man was pleased tonight, though it i a wonder lie was, considering I nearly always behave badly "on trial." And geuerally a rich man before me, known to be such, has all the eflect of a red rag tlaunled in a bull's (ace. I am almost sure to disgust him. Hut to night I preached in my usual way and forgot that a millionaire sat on the platform. Praise the LORD for the victory over self, surely it is such. 1 have no right to be rude to a rich man more than to a poor one, The sermon led to a hearty invitation to Cirdill' to preach and sing. And to his house, as of our house, while doing the work. The 2J Sunday in May was mentioned as the best time. And yet the devil brought us to the very verge of an upset again and again, for I am sure he wants to head us off from a Welsh gospel tour. The LORD gave me a plain, bold, yet needlessly offensive sermon on Luke xv, which, while it somewhat startled the good man, did not prevent him from responding with many "Amens" during the delivery. He proposed to Marie to sing "Take mo as I am," at the close of the sermon, mentioning it as a special favorite. Here was a muddle, as we never sing this popular favorite on account of its defective Hut tho dear LORD gave uie a gospel. word tluriug the sermon, which would have made the singing of it so incongruous that I think lie saw it plainly and was much when I gave out irstead, to the same tune, 'O Limb of Ood, I come." And so the devil's iniliciutis plan lo eel us at variance w.h thwarted and good came out of it. Praise the LORD! Then lie proposed that we should have an "inquirers' meeting" after service. Hero was another quanihry. Hut again tho dear LORD gave me a word in the sermon about the Heedlessness of any inquiry, since enly "yes"' or "no" could answer the question involved in the gospel, so that I think be was again relieved, not to press the point of an "after meeting." And thus wo got over the dangerous shoals, by tho dear LORD'S sweet grace. If Satan does not hinder, by souio subsequent trick, we shall get to Wales yet. Fihimy, April 1th. Wo went soon after dinner to Poplar, where Hro. Gillespie met us and escorted us over the Albert docks. These are formed by excavations, deep and wide, for three miles along the river, with entranco and exit at either end. Tho sail- -' lug vessels frequent tho East India and other docks, while the great ocean steamer for the most part find moorings here. We saw some monsters of 5,000 or 0,000 tons burden, loading and discharging cargo. Theso ply prlnciply to India and Australia. Hundreds of lascars in Hutterlng Oriental garb were working on every band. The poor Hindoostani&i looked miserable enough, for the wind was raw and cutting and their baggy trowsers and cotton shirts poorly protected thetn from cold. I addressed several in their mother tonguei which seemed to delight them greatly. They are Bombay Muisulmans principally. After a long and interesting stroll over the docks, we returned to Barking Road and took tea at the chapel with Mm. GIN y and Executions, In nil editorial in (lie April Century, entitled ' Mob or Mfgintrate," the following comparison in mmle between murder and the application of Jtmtice: "0er njcuinst the 1,000 murders of llic last jer, we hire the report of barely 9'A legal execution. Many of these mutt have been case in which the crime has laci committed during I8!2, white muiy of the rrlminala of 1S83 lind not jet been brought to trial. It i not, however, far from the truth to say that, while thirteen or fourteen hundred murder arn committed in this country rrrj year, fewir than a hundred of the murder atifler the extreme penalty of the law, When the willful slajer know that he ha thirteen chance out of fourteen of escaping the full penalty of the law, the deterrent Influence of punishment can not be aaid to be rery powerful: "The email numlur of murderer hanged by the siierifl nnd the greater nuuilor banged by the mul, should be evidence enough that the aduiinitration of our criminal court in many juarler i fatally ilcfrcllTe and needs reforming. The only cIamm of xrion interested in maintaining the present state of thing are the criminal and the criminal Urer nod iti not for their exclusive benefit thn.' society i orgnmzd The con(rat between the swift, firm and pure method of KnglMi ami Continental court in dealing with great criminal and the tardy, feeble and abortive n.rtiiod of our own, should stln our naluiintl pride In ajme energetic measure of n,,nnr. The people iiiul roie therelrr dtu.m. a inure iguroii enforcement of the law and they mutt tee to it tint judge mil prosecuting attorney are choin who have the abllitv and the will to bring evil doer to n th- - bench may justice The judge well it quire whether r pi- mii n of the disproportionate criminal ha not importance in our cm pr redure. If, in our fear let an inntxunl wan should n sulTer, the Itv itself, which i the only of innoctnt mer, becoujt utterly paralyzed, then there i a cull fur a revi-io- n of our methods and our maxim and the infusion of i ne spirit into our law. Krery j idgr who will brti'h aidethe hairsplitting dev.c of the lawyer and init that criminal trial hall be conducted with nior nd ilirrcUiiM of purKee, will desert and Le likely to win the approval of hi fellow citirena." Murder - lespie and Bros. Lmbourno and Towner, added to our party. The latter may be remembered ns pastor of Carpenter Road chapel, where we had such a glorious meet- I am In receipt of the handsomest and most complete line of ing last June. He gives good accounts of SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY the permanency of the work and the faith and zeal of the converts of that meeting, I limecYcr hanlled, to which I Invite jour attenHaving Its who iotned his church. A precious meeting tion. aura thattaken unusual earn Inprove selection,y I am mutual-lan examination will advanlagoii. (lire men call. at night with undiminished power in serMSS Jl Kl. L K va U KS. JI vice. We promised Hro. Towner to give f btanford, Ky. him another week, if we could, to "supply the lack of service" occasioned by our sud den departure for Scotland last summer. Commencement Kver in Jesus, Geo O. Bahnu. or T1IK MARMAGES, TO THE LADIES Civil Engineer and Surveyor, HALLS UXV, LtSCOLX CO., KZ. LAMCASTKK iDTLllTLSKXimx 212-t- n B. F. WALTEJR LANCA8TKK, KY. TJIK Exercises l. imicbm... BORDETT. ATOOUNJBV8 uVX & uuijjjijE fs-rar- s.x.tnnr,. . Dr. J. K. Nell, a widower from Adair !' T. road through the Indian Territory. This trip, giving lime to see the principal cities, could be made in two weeks or sixteen day. It co'jld be varied as follows: Instead of turning back from HI Paso we could go on the City of Mexico, 1,200 mile, to which the railroad i now com plete. Returning, intead of coming back (loni Galveston, we could proceed by rail to New Orleans and thence by Ijuisville and Nashville railroad back home. I am prepared to say that I can carry out the programme of the first route, and believe I could execute the whole if de I propose to furnish a Pullman sired. palace oar and a hotel car, the members of the excursion to be at no expense of transportation; the only cost will be board and hire of cook, porter and servants The wholo will not exceed $'J.oO or $3 per day for each member. If we go to Mexico the time should be November, immediately after the Presidential election, which would enable u to take in the New Orleans exposition returning. If the boys want to go only to Kl Paso, I can take I them tefore the National Convention. would like about forty, but would take more provided they were bona jUU newspa h.t men, and not extemporized correspondent, whose presence in such swarm at Howling (ireen and Nashville broke up our pleasant annual meetings Kind out what the press think of my proKsitlon, which may sound large, but is made in absolute rami at, and if re'ponded to in pror spirit, will be carried out to the letter. Yours truly, county, was married to Miss Orlena V. WILL Thompson of the List End last week. At the residence of the bride's parents Begin on Sunday, June 1st, on the evening of May 15lh, at 8 o'clock, Mr. George H. King and Miss Kitlie E, Higgins were united in marriage by Rev. WITH THK J.G. Livingston. Only a very few inti. mate friends witnessed the happy consum- Annual Sermon, by Rev. P. T. Hale, mation of their vows. Immediately after Of Dantllle. the ceremony the bridal parly and a few invited guests proceeded to the home of the THE ANNUAL CONCERT Will be cUen at the same d see on groom and there partook of a bountiful and excellent supper. The fair bride TUESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 3, never looked lovelier than on the evening At 8 o'clock, and th regular that saw her united to the man of her COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES choice. She wa attired in a handsome OV WKD'SKSIU Y NIOItr. Forrufrlr tlise Kzercltei were held on Wednesbrocaded, drab colored satin suit. The day and Thursday nights, but a change has been IIAVI over-dres- s was made a long coat, lined with made fur conrenlence. satin and trimmed in white Spanbeen ' Extenish lace; she wore Sara Bernhardt gloves to match her dress; an elegint white hat ornamented hrr pretty head, and in her hand ro Their Stock oi she held a lovely white feathered fan, (one s of the bridal presents); diamond and breast-picompleted her costume j The bridal presents were numerous, and And now haye tho Best Stock in C useful as well as ornamental. The young g tral Kentucky. They have Parlor couple will go to immediately. Miss Kittie is one of our most and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, charming young ladies and her amiable Cane and Penitentiary it and sunny disposition lias won for her a Blck. Ileadseho and rcliero all the troubles Chairs, Marble Top, to n bilious state of the s stem, aach as Duhost of friends and the happy groom has llness, Nances, Drowalnres. USstroa after catlmr, Centre Stand & ExWhilo their moat rain in tho truly won a jewel. He is one of our most able successSide, Ac. shewn In curing remarktension Tables, has beta worthy young meo, and possessing a goodWoven Wine, Cot-te- n ly share of this world's goods, they comTop andHair Matmence life's journey with a bright and tresses, Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobe promising future in store. May they live Headne.hr.yct Cartcr'sLIttlo LlrerFillsaro equally aluabla in Constipation, cr.rlng and prcreuticg long and may their star of happiness aland Sofas, and Everything Else thla annoying complaint, vhilo tbey also cornet elldleordirs of tho stomach, stimulate the lhtr ways shine as bright as now, is the earnest and rcgulato tho bowd. Even If tbey only corvd Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture Btorss wich of a true friend. Grnuula(c(l Sugar Prices. C.O.Ky., May ISth. M. E. Stanford Female College .Yri Pr.ac!lc.c LANCASTER, KY. In d and adlolnlnc THE OPERA HOUSE, ENTERPRISE Grocery. Xiiiucastcr, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT ctoOO.. -- lately CARfEtfSl Making sive Additions ear-ring- n flVER PIUS. HWH. FaaeoItiiffS house-keepin- CUBE Incl-do- SICK Rotten Piety. Mr. Hatch, of the firm J. Stodiukii Johnson. Pres't Ky. PreM A as. The Editor and the Burglar. On re upon a time a village editor awoke to find a burglar searching in hi chamber ami drawing hi for hi gold and bond trii-t- ) pistol from beneath hi pillow, he took Mtfuly aim at the nocturnal intruder' head. looking around and becoming painfully aware of hi danger, the burglar pieadiogingly said: ".Spare me, for I have made a luiatake in the hour. I Iiavc found nothing but an old railroid pa. Let me dein iMre.'' part "Not so,' Answered the editor, holding hia aim like a skilled marksman, "for this i a mighty dull week for local." "Hut pause a moment and rttlect," the burghr, "your paper ia not is sued till Friday. Your hated rival, the IJYW.v liunyrtarttr, will go to pre row i Toning and would have at Ieat two cjIuiuii of in r death and the coroner's It would be fullv two day abend you." of "True enough," iid the editor, with n HtL'h, u he lowered hi pistol mid repluud it under hii pillow, "you are too early in tho week (or an item for me, and I, therefore, pue you. You will find the plumber's house, for which you evidently this humble home, next door but Middletow n Trnnpcript. one." e mi-took Kii.i.H) at Last. Jeremiah Campbell who w instantly killed by a locomotive at Decatur jesterday, enlisted and served during the war as a private and First Lieutenant in Company H Thirty-seconIllinois Regiment He was shot through the head at Lookout Mountain, and laid fire days on the field of battle for dead Ltter be was shot through his body. After the war he served as United States detective, and finally served in the regular army as sergeant with Custer, when Major Reno Iot seven companies and Campbell dug a trench with his pocket-knifbehind a log to protect a wounded comrade and himself. bile carrying the wounded soldiers, the latter was shot dead, and Campbell and hi friends were wounded Chicago Inler Ofean. d e of Fisk & Hatch, cue of the largest broker firms in New York, low broken, took a lively interest in mission work and has preached of late in the Cremorne Mission. He was president of the stock exchange. The firm was carrying four millions of gov- Ache thry ronld be almost priceless to taoao who sairVr f rum this illstreelnr; complaint; but f and tboso their Roodnessdoea not end here, nUlavala-bivhoonco try them wiH And thwe little be willing In ao many ways that they vrlllrot to do without them. Jlut after all iicknt! oriu-cate- lr o HEAD ACHE HARPER'S PERIODICALS., Harper's Magazine Weekly Harper's Bazar Warner's Young People FEU YKAll. lUrper's H ,j$ j 0O Off .4 ernment bonds. Mr. George I. Seney, president of the Metropolitan Hank, which suspended for a day, was building a charity Methodist hospital, to which he had already given $250,000. He had also given $100,000 to the Brooklyn Library. The Cbmmerciaf Ouittte says the panic is orly eliminating the rottenness and punishing the stook gamblers and wilt have a good eflect on sound trade. Some of the gam-bleseeiu to be very pious men. rj la theb&ne cf so many Ikes that here Is wher we mako our great boaat. Our pills cure It whale otnersuosoi. Carter's Llttla Liver nils are Tery small and rrry easy to taVc On i or two pills make a dote. Tbey aro strictly rexetable and do not pipe or imrce, but by their Rcntlc action please allwho tisethem. InMalsata3cent: fire forfl. Sold b iliurt-lat-a ivtry whc, or mut by mail. Harper's Franklin Sjuare Library, one Kumbers) Postage Free to all subscribers In dtitesand Canada. P.emltUnces hou!d bo nude by (32 I yer Poat-OflU- t- is .ia OV the United. iiom cnanceaor loast "') wruer or iran,towcopy this Newspaper are not AddrsM CARTER MEDICINE CO.,Xeir York. the xpreu order of Harper A Brother HAKPF.lt & IllCOri., New YorJft. adTerUwmaat-wltboii- t The boundle po'sibilitie of life in this great and glorious republic are strikingly illustrated in the many phrases of (ien. (irant's career. A few decades lurk he wa hauling into St. Loui, and occasionally had himself to be hauled luck to his humble country home. Since then he Ins commanded a million men in the field; been the civil ruler of 50,000,-00people, at su annual calary of ?o0,000; received presents running all the way from hull pups up to $2o0,000; two for been feUd and feasted clear around the etrth, ami tin lly gne down in a magni ficent ruin valued nt SI 0,000,000! -r- imes cord-wood 0 The capital of Louisiana is Baton Rouge. The history is as follows: The colonial capital in 1090 was Biloxi, transferred lo New Orleans in 1723, 1S01 and again when Louisiana was made a Slate in 1812. Transferred to Baton Rouge in IS 17, restored to New Orlean lbOl and 1S0S and finally restored to Baton Rouge in 1SS0. Warren B. Johnson, cf Webster, Mass ( is just now a locil lion for having driven with a horse and wagon, leading a cow and followed by a dog, all the way from California. He started on this overland jourand reached home last ney June 1, Friday night. Tmmj&WJk liiiOT I PHARMACISTS -- 6$B Mf sts SNrtiri5,-i.ttfojj- -' dkalkm la " 'Knr" AN -' Drugs, Books, Stationery Pbjiycisns' prescriptions accuratelyjrompoundsAlso - ji n. ,biT?I? 55XSObS, 7 f 71 ftl IJEWEfiEHSn -- 12, C.M AWK kWomrr' tSfZik -, THK- Largest Stock of "Wntolics, Clocks, Jewelry & SllTenrare palreil ou short notice and Warranted Prices Lower thaa. unit Jewelrr B-- - this market. AT v F.ter brought to Vntphp. rirwV tha tiiKAti. The Society for tho 1'revention of Cru elty of Animals ha decided that the only way to lih that isn't cruel b to watch for thufi'h to raise their heads alore the water and then thrutt chloroform under their noses. Ashville i the town and place where they My pegged shoes were first invented, and it came about because the town shoemaker didn't have room enough to pull the waxed end out to their full length with One of the ltixur.es which Mexico ha in out hitting hi elbows ogiinst a mountain Htore for our epicure', when that country on one side or the other, and so lie inventintercourse, ed peg that he could striko up and down ia thrown open to unroslrlctrd is the lioney ant, a wonderful insect, of perpendicularly and have plenty of room Hill Arp. which specimen have lately been brought family of ants are to New York. Thi A certain hdy having lost her husband, honey-gnerer find celect certain ones to one of her friends called to pay n visit of s for their lionact as buttltt or condolence, and found the widow playing ey. The nuts chosen for that purpose nre on the hnrp The surprised visitor obperfectly round, a large an two peas and served: "Why, I expected to find you of beautiful amber hue. The Mexican plunged in grief. "Ah," said tho other, conider lliem s great delicacies and in n tone of deep feeling, "you should bring them on the table alive and kicking. have seen mo yesterday." A rich Mexican in New York imported a Placed end to end the Presidential canlot of them a few yearn ago to be enten at a ewell banquet which he gave to lib friend. didate would stretch acron the continent. -P- hiladelphia Record. A. three days' festival began on tho lOlU What will euro Hie Whooping Cough 7 Thatla Inst, in I'ompeii to commemorate the an- a question niltil every day. Wo can auawer tint wo hare cient glories of that luxurious city, the It nover toiiml the rcnicJjr In l'ilon Cough Cure. frlliacd can to ndmlulitercd to Roman vo- without danger. It Is perfectly barmlen.Infants fashionable resort of wealthy For luptuaries who indulged there to tho full ale by McltoberUA Stag. in revelry and dissipation, until old VesuIMllln Mood Cure cures nil dlwaju originavius bad hi sense of decency so shocked ting In any Impairment of tho blood, at Fits, Ami'iula.McIc Headache, and Female Weakthat he drowned the whole concern in a river of lava. 1 he festival comprises the nesses. For sale at McHoberti-- Stajrg'i, During the (union for mosquitoes nod other coronation of an Emperor, chariot race, and an inspection of the evacuation, all of tinging Insects, and of poisoned plants, If your akin Is impure, a bite will awell and fester unless vhich are conducted with strict regard to you apply Tapillon Skla Curo. A ilngls applicaLouisville tion will neutrallzo the poison. For tale by costumes at prodigal cost. A dtagg. Post. tl store-homey, Kate Sprague Chas?, once 10 noted in Washington giy society, is giving brilliant weekly receptions at her residence in the mest fashionable quarter of Paris, to the nstouishment of all her countrymen. D. E. Bond shot and badly wounded J.ts. R. Nesrberne, in his brother-in-law- , Louisville, for insulting his mother. Buggies, Phaetons, Surreys, Carriages, Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, Village Carts, c nut! Bucken's Arnica Salve. l'lio best saltu In the world for Cuts, L'rulsn, sores, Ulcors, bait Ittioam, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Fruptlons and poailliely curea Piles, or no pny required. Ials guaranteed to giro perfest satisfaction or money lelunded, l'rlco 21 ceala per box. Kor anlo by Fenny A. Mc .Ulster. A Tho large3t stock ever in Stanford the best to be found in Central Kenstyles from tho leading manu- tucky, embracing about twenty five different facturers in the United States. Persons contemplating buying a vehicle this Remarkable Escape Mis. Mary A. Dalley, of Tuulhanuotk, Fa was mulcted for six jeara with Asthma and Ilrou-chill- s, during which time the beat physlclaua could give no relief. Her Illo was despalicl of, until lu list Oitobcr the procured a Uottlo of Dr. King's Now DUcoTory, when Immediate relief was felt, mid by continuing lu use for a abort time sho wai cumplitely cured, gaining lu llesh 0b lb In a few months. Frio Trial Dottles of this certain cure of all Throat and Lung Dlsase at l'enny A McAllitor Drub fctoro Largo Dottles Sl.vO Spring ehould select the eame or place their orders at once; for at this season Mib order s vehiebs aro invariably over-ruall manufacturers of and if tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from four to eight first-clas- weeks to obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finish and dry a first-cla- ss job ready for shipment, under tho most favorable circumstances. All work sold by me will be found, to bo such as I represent them, unleaa have been deceived myself, and in that ovent the purchaser will bo fully demnified. Call and oxamino my stock and I in- Tbese blood purl tier and jsteni regulator The ever placed within tho roucli ol aulntrlag humanity, truly la Flectrlo Litters. Inactivity of the Liver, lllllouinets, Jaundice, Conitlpatloa, Weak Kidneys, or any dlieaso ol the urinary orgaca or whoever rt'iuliea an appetizer, tonic pr mild stimulant, will uIwhts rind Klectrlc Hitters the let an Solid Facts. I will do my best'to please you in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from me and at m reasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere else and get a guarantee on them, besides that is worthies to you when buying away from home. Respectfully, bed and only certain cure known. Tboy act aurely anuquicmy, eery ooiuo guarantee I to giro en tire satisfaction or money refuuded. bold a) fitly centa a bottle by Fenny A McAIUIer. GEO, D. WEARER, jLYCfg.'s Agt ., STANFORD, KY. i ' i Alexander Coppage of Casey county, III. K. Bourne, of New Castle, is to be vale dictorianj Mr. W. P. Sandige, of Burkt-vill- e, JZ-jail at Lebanon, for counterfeiting. Vnw L sHjutatoriati, nnd Mr. C. K. Crawford, George II. Slymer killed his son at Trenton, Ind., 8unday morning in a family of Pcrryvillc, is to deliver the honorary May 20, 1884 Stanford, Xy oration. The part each Is to lake whs di quarrel. It is estimated that the coU of printing cldcd by lot by the llitec young men. A game of bill played Suurdsy 1T ry TSTp-cr- r the recent tariff debates in the Congres .Qivni-I CStiii-.- -. W. P. "WALTON. o--i .v axa CCXAU. KJ between the Kentucky Military Institute sional Record is more than $10,000. . Herbert Armstrong and Dave Brown Grays, of IVmdale, near Frankfort, and "Wad, Mad, forgive me dear wife, and "l were assassinated In Nelson county, while the Centre Cjllege nine of this place, re-- 1 . i Imetothe boy" These bitter words of DC sultedlpavictory for the hitter by a fCore'WniCll plowing. No clue'to the perpetrator. 111 dopairwere tha Ut written bj Judge dynamite cartridges of 15 to 7 the College nine not completing --ywol-Q Two eight-ounc- e - i- - r-- t ! Qanri-Jticbard Reid (Worn blowinc out hi, own were discovered by a turnkey in a loaf of the last inning they tell a firiin with a pistol shot, and Messrs. Georae II, Hucker bread sent to a prisoner in tho jail at Inditale of agonizing woe that ntir to pity Hankla, sold Friday to Warien anapolis. true heart that read them Attackvrvtj Dudley Morgan, a lad from Louisville, sel, of this plre, their fine horre, Tom R , ed for fancied wrong br ft cowardly brute was run over by a freight train on the Cin- for $700. He is a beiutiful dJrk brown, in his own office, to which he had pine by cinnati Southern Railroad and instantly 15 hands high and a half brother to Nobby, apparently friendly invitation and dazed lie has shown a 2.10 gait, villi only seven killed, at High Bridge. and atunned by blows with a nine from the The Mercer Count' Citisen. W. K. Card- It is claimed that the Missouri Bo- days' handling Mr Leslie Cox, who has. buck, Judge Held submitted without well, proprietor, Nat Gaither, editor and tanical Garden, near St. Louis, have a uteri in uie employ ui itiiimru roicy lor to the loweot iudicnity that can be Simuel Davirs local editor, is out and a complete collection of living specimens of about eight years a c'eik in the grocery, put upon a man a corhidine. Unlike copy is before DKAU It IN gave up his nuutiou li.urrday and will ui. Its appearance is most all the plants mentioned in the Bible. tmme officer that ve have known, he was credittble and with Col. Gaither to furnish Hoi-n- o Tho Grand Duke of Ileaae Darmstadt, probably go to Cincinnati, where his pa- IIunlYfHt-c- , Mhors, UrocerlcN, HiulellcH, not breaking the laws that he had sworn to the mental pabulum, it is bound to be ap- whoso morganatic marriage is creating such rents live. Leslie has uisiiy friends here, Iro,, NiiIIh, tii;ciiMwiirp, WlilM, it defend by carrying a pistol and not being preciated by everybody who enjoys spico KiiKUy Whfi'lH, SlovevM, a pother abroad, rules over a country about who will regret his dtparture ai.d Mho will Ciuio M lilts, llnriiesM, able, perhaps, to reit at the time of inflic- happily commingled with facts. fuwish him all manner ui mates in the ha'f as large as the State of Connecticut. Spoke, JratcM, Chlcr JIMIm, I.ap Corem, tion the disgrace that had been heaped up New York claims to have more than ture. Judge G. F. Lee and wile have reof New Ntouewnrc, Cora Nlioller, Collnns It is said that the giand jury on, him he carried into prac.ice hit religa thousand women who speculate in stocks, lumed irum a yUit to their sou, Mr, George ious and judicial obligations by refraining York will investigate the operations of grain, oil, whisky and everything known to Lee, who lives lu Taylor "uuuty. Mr. and Oliver Chilled, Champion Steol and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden and from going and shooting down in his tracks Grant & Co. in Wall street and call them brokers as a rule re- Mrs. A M. Oriusby and their children, of Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofitfeodirty whelp that so richly deserved a to account for their stupendous dwindle. the sterner sex, but Emuiclifburg, Is , are veiling the lamily custom. ng- and Gtuterintf will have prompt iW'a death. This moral courage and Gen Grant has been for years n stock gam fine their attention. The expedition for the relief of Gen- of .Mrr. Ormsby's parents, Copt, and Mrs, forbearance is not popular in bler and but for his name his sons would II'. It. ffriantmn. christian NfirVwmrii Colin and her equipments for 12,- - A. S McGroriy. Mrs Louis John llrfuhr..li: Kentucky, where even little children are never have succeeded so well in duping the eral Gordon includes 100 shallow children have icturued from u leil to Mrs. 000, forty steam launches, taught to be the aveigera of their own people. bosts, and several thousand ctmels. The Cohn's father, Win. Rtuaw, E-- , at 212 wrung and a large majority of thoe who Mr. C (.. Mounil street, Cincnnati. The colored Methodists in general con- expedition will start about the end of reed of the affair miointerpretted the action ference declared against camp meetings at Mrs U. P. Jacob, Mim Sue C nee-- i Yoiw,, . . . nf Judge lttid and stamped him as a cow--r- d being more productive of fun and frolic The great shooting tournament lor me and Mi L'ugenii Wing left Yedie-cljman. True unworthy of the name of than of religious tendencies. The cram- - champion cup of Ainencv which wa to and will in a lew djys nail lor Europ'.to be there were Borne friends who stood by and urns of our colored brethren aro sometimes have taken place in Louisville June 2, has abieulrtvtfr.il months. Hon. A U. ll-bol- t, congratulated him on so noble and very level, even if tho capillary substance been postponed until June 23, as sufficient who accompanied his daughter, stand, but the were not sufficient on them is disposed to be kinky. birds could not bs procured for the first Cecil, to Puiladelpbia, relumed in numbers to uphold him in his decision date. Friday. Mr. J L. McKee, Jr, hs been Friday was an unusually good day for of right and gored by frequent taunts, either "I attending theohgical Itclute at PrmcMuii, Representative S. S. Cox expremed or implied, his once bright micd the hangman, for in addition to the legal am almost forced to the belief that deMr. working off two murderers, in Ohio, three spite the assertious to the contrary Mr. New Jersey and on Friday leturned J cut it balance and in a moment of AT- J. K. Ake, who has had the management I he look his own life, which had in South Carolina and two at other points, Tilden will yield to the demand from all of the Clemens Houfe for the pist thirteen become a burden to him. Occnpring near- Judge Lynch's man got awy with three in parts of the country and accept the nomimonth, retired Fridsy and wh succeeded ly the highest honor that can be bestowed Arkansas. Let the good work proceed. nation." Cuinl hv Mr J. P Thcrell, late of -e bright The fair in aid of the Home for Disa- Holed. ui a member of his profession, with The Louisville Commercial nominates for of Stepping in a few months to Court of Appeals in the Ml. Sterling dis- bled Confederate Soldiers, at Richmond, prorpects Druggists and Booksellers, the very highest; tvith a lovely home, af- trict, Judge Lynch, of Anywhere. We Va., is a great success, thousand attending VALUAHkM? fectionate wife and promising bay and not second the nomination and move that the nightly and receipts up to Friday night yet reached the meridian of a life that gentleman be elected by acclammation. amounted to nearly $1,000, or more than PROPERTY IN HUSTONViLLE ateiaed destiued to be one of the few that $1,300 a night. FOR SALE1 NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. raa not born to die, the tragedy and it The Kentucky Legislature his adjourn m ruling cause are unparallelled in iiSpeaker Carlisle thinks Congress will ed without enacting a law again', men I ulll c2Vr at ! ubl'i cl of iltnot pruljaelr dlpo on .Hut what of him who has brought all this adjourn by July 1. makine darned fools of themselves. This .sorrow and disgrace upon a once happy Two colored cattle thieves were shot being the case, John Logan baa permission SATrilDAY, MAY Sltli, 1SSI, 4asiiiy and spit upon the judicial dignity of near Lexington, Ky., Sunday morning. to continue being a candidate for the now Thlro(irij' I tiling occupy, tooiUtlDS of toil two. ! oetilalnlnx ilx rvuuia turr Louisville Times. the fitatt? Like the contemptible, vile cur Dun & Co. report a total of '209 fail Ur.hteiDKau xcllnl will In III yard tiJ i water-spou- t fee is, he blanches with irignt at me washed away the track jwl finlm nd iliMe MUrheJ Alio cotieen-!n- t A that ures in the past seven uays. mere were AND with auiplr mom and food iltua-lio- n reasitofhis own work and feeling that 162 in the United States and 27 in Canada. on the Missouri Pacific and Union Pacific for liutlne Tbn ruprlj U all In roo.1 re. wltMng to ifcurns (rood buelneM ".Murderer" U stamped ou his miserable IJ'ni-nitm-- c Bogan Cash, the fugitive murder- roads, south and west of Leavenworth, pair lrKoe do well tu rait mi iim od lh prrra-M- l. ! location would On the former road coaateuance, he flees in hot haste as soon sa er, waa shot and killed by a marshal Kansas, Saturday. Ul.td-fll- ) tttiitt. the terrible news reaches him and in a dis- while resisting arrest near Charleston, S. C. 150 feet was washed away, and seven cars " of rnrnlttiro, cmbrnoliiji cv- I Tl ft-otant State stays for a time the vengeance tlio Arthur's friends are growing mure con- loaded with cattle and the engine and tenAM)!' SSatO Fluent NiiIIim. Km Ordithat ought to be visited upon him. fident every day, and they are almost will- der went into the river, being completely we are outspoken in opposition to ing to bet that their man will bj nominated wrecked. Seventy cattle were killed. The narily anything that smack even of a mob spirit. on the first ballot. track wa coyered in places and in other Eat if there ever was a case which demandplaces the water was from two to five feet The house occupied by Prof. C. A ed the prompt action of Judge Lynch the Leonard of the Central University at Rich- deep. l and Th propf-ri- j liiK Jill (he Xw Sty Ion, both elieap and expciiMlrc. present is that one and we shall long to mond waa destroyed by fire Friday. Loca A New York special summarizes the oppoMlfeNt. .Unpli Hold. Slanfonl, Ky. III Uoori Illumine Oreler. chionide that John Jay Corneilson has recent financial disasters in that city in this to the institution $5,000. I w.mld ! wil'mj I much as his worthless life can for li.eptr and ar.Mtll ai Senator Anthony, who hs just com- way: The list of crooked transactions Tliotr pwd farm ttocV, luch aa Jlule to eichaagi-lo- r feis crime, at the end of a rope swung from is probable that Hotio. Jltlr. Ac. menced his fifth consecutive yiir of ser- are not yet made up, but it g lVr.fis within linngag In the lumlr l We are a A convenient limb vice as Senator oj Rhode Island, will re- Grant & Ward wrongfully converted nf will nod a cowl ijatne dr Pr'r," '"y, but when a person man, and of other people's monoy, Mr. till i ot. Kr it is said. :w-i- f iiunojiii. sign on account of puts himself outside of tbe law and it can Eno 52.500,000, Fisk & Hatch and A. W. Kentucky's new official organ appears ruining a reach his CHe only in a small fine for iits'Ii:- August 2nd It is to be Dimock & Cj., succeeded in a Frankfort then we advocate as the nest best savings bank and compromising a telectlled The Capifaf and will be edited For Sale. thing to the courts, Jndge Lynch's prompt Mr. Seney lost the Preei-denc- y Lincoln Co. by Dr. J. D. Woods and Mr. G. V. Trip-lct- graph company. a and effective remedies Corneilson has for his real of his bank, and turned l loiter lor tale prlTutely jut larm on feiled his neck. Let him pay the penalty. Irtiw rwldr. lTiiijt mi tho Mlildlcburf pike tin-e ever. In the event either Tom Buford or uiIUk from lliiXuueilW, vonlaltitBi; aUnii t Arre-Hiigf.i n Land, Mown a chip awoiwj DANVILLE, BOYLEC'ouFTY. The Louisville lima, which by the way John Corneilison is ejected Governor, the and rvd firm. In the- conn It 1.1 a well, I Irni r of I editor of the Louisville Democrat will he T" water, in a flue lalc of rul'lratlofi is'flourlshin? like a green hiy tree, and Bishop William Gtorse McCloskey, iiuud, all Urecktn feels in a good humor, trie' to appointed Secretiry of Sute. tierefore ictu iuk iii art 'i,rte!;i'7.-Kr.U- i of Louisville was here Friday and adminis lu.l. AUtut M aire, are in ivrn, IS acre I Polk fun at m a follows: "Brother Wil- ridge News. AIm aloul lag Ulani e In era lu miall raln The members of the bar throughout tered the rite of confirmation to twelve .,'tM of Ijtsil nl aUul 6 nillci Ironi llueloiitllli mi ton, of tho Stanford I.ntekiok Jouknai., persons at St. Paul's church. llia.ll.irdillio iitke, al ul M crea asys unkind things about the late Legisla the State are called to meet at the Court (Itan-d- , hjlaiuv lu timber. Wi.uld maVe a aood Trie protracted meeting that has been little liottiH. AIM I 'VI aerof Cue lliutvr tore. Two years from now the people of of Appeals room on Thursday, the 221 day uii.p, liuelot of lifii.t tiuilpr n it. AIm of May to take suitable action upjn (he going on at the Walnut street M. E. tUuit aco Aciea ftaelr IliuUml Inuil ljln near Lincoln county will send the young man to church for about two weeks, c!oed Monday the ri'd IfOi I Kclling I rk lo l.llrrir It In a Hue Frankfort to represent them and he will death of the Hon, Richard Reid. thf in'- -' f it titt wII c nf t were about fifteen additions. At Glcntnary, Tenn., two men named night. There iiamru luri.i.l Irl 'for I itthtivo i lis then probably undergo a change of heart I . 15 G tliutx-rMsj Kobt Anderson, Post ii liin'a rcuiny In1 e' uii ny cr jl; I liealK te land, n rieona lu teriK.aa on the subject of General Anemb!iei. News- respectively Trindell and Kerby, got into A. R., will decorate the graves of the t urn dftciu utd loiell Au? obi- - wi.Ii r e l paper men almost invariably make good an affray over h trivial matter. The formall u .id il w. Ii t 't and Federal dead on the 30.h legislators and Walton would be sure to do er was ehot and the latter's throat wni cut, J J IHt I.', liuit- - nen lint. The ladies of the town and vicinity a.' Like tlje Phariste, we are glad that both men were dying in half an hour. in the The democratic joint caucus at Bton ire. asked to interest themselves we fire not in other men in one particular of collecting flowers for the occ.t iniUer at least. Wu crave no political lienors Kiuge, La., nominated J. B. Eustis for U sinn. would not accept the bet office in the S. Senator to succeed Senator Jonas. Eus nd Miss Sudie Bemiss, of Cannelton.Ind , gift of the good people of L'ncoln, even if tN was nominated on the fifteenth ballot, Miss Mamie Rufcr, of Louisville and Miss - it were tendered unanimously. All we ask receiving 58 votes. Jona received 53 and Sillie Banford, of this county, are the subscription from every man Manning 4. is a piid-uKnduateB of CnliUell College thin jear. The Knights of Honor moveJ their Mis? Kallie Peters, of Soaieroet, Ml hue of them, if they think we ctn give them Hat jjitrexeleed a nle lot of value received and we will continue to tell headquarters from Louisville to St. Louis McDowell and Mis Hattie Marra, of Dan-villthem right along exactly the truth about and elected J. W. Branch, of Missouri, graduate from Bell Feminarjr. the Legislature, or any other man that is treasurer in the place of Judge R J. BreckMewd. M. V. Smith and Kobt Arvine rui as inridge. Gen. Frank D. Sloate, of Cincin- shipped to partiea in Cincinnati, on Saturworth the trouble. of cherry and walnut Oranges, Lomons and Bananas. day, xeven The stock gamblers' panic did not effect nati, waj made Supreme Dictator. George B. Letcher was convicted at lo?, among the lineal ever shipped from ALIO. the country at large very perceptibly. Wall Nicholasville of the murder of Dr. E E this point. Theue gentlemen are constant street was shaken up to the extent of many A Large Lot of FiNlilug Tackle,.. looking for timber of this description millions, but the excitement has subsided Evins and was sentenced to 21 years in the LIuc.h, iVc. and if the result will teach a lesson, the ex- penitentiary. Hib petition for a new trial and those having It for sale would do well was overruled and he was ordered to the to confer with them. ALSO perience will not oven at that be very dearjail at Lexington to await hUappetl. Mr. Irvine Tanzv, a colored gentle SAMPLE BOOKS OF ly bought. How the swindling firm of Judge Richard Reid, of the Kentucky man had a alight misunderstanding wilh Grant & Ward, whose liabilities are stated Superior Court, committed suicide at Ml. his aweethenit Satuaday evening and being , at fifteen millions, could have victimized ! PKIC Sterling by shooting himself through the pretty full of "hug juice" planted his right o Many people, shows that the head with a pistol. It is presumed that he tiat above her left eye, leaving an ornament has too long delayed his lour of thinning nt the ranks of those whose duty it U his committed tho act while temporarily in- there which she says is "only a Tanry sane over the troubles brought upon him blossom." Irvine' bill in the police court -- SD to elay. by Corneilson'a attack. on Monday morning when the case was TCiie Virginia democrats in convention THE INTERIOR JOURNAL The Kentucky Dirby wai easily won adjudicated, footed up $20 and costs. assembled deplored tho higgling now going over nine Btarters at the Jockey Club race Psesbyterian The ladies of the First on over the tariff question and while they course Friday by Cottrell'n Buchanan by FOR 83.BO. church, who cucceed in nearly all their the manifestations at the Biickden did not initruct in 2.10), 1J miley; Loftio 21, undertakings, gave an okgant dinner on "U'illiout scrip or tune, or, The Mjuntain mention of the old ticket showed decidedly The fastest time ever made in Monday in the store-rooon Third street l'vaD'oll.t. (iroiga (. ll.imca. '1 he History of a Life, tl.c lietonl (iflti bllent ThuugliU their feeling on the subject. The delegates this eyent wai at the same course in 1S79, next to the nort office. The proceeds are and a Ilook of Hi 1'uldlc I'tterania " Oclafo, were selected without regard to their tariff when Lord Murphy won it In 2:37. liound In IktI!iI board, and tlutt-cloth with The to be used for the benefit of the church. gilt tiiottij on rorerj 639 r'K"! elwl ensraTlng of views, and are John 8. Birhotir, John T. winners of the (iforH () Ilatn'i ptio!orcliireof Marie; map ot other races were Sudio The amount realized could not be ascer- "tbo Vanlihi-- City," ' pa;c, I In the front and 3 Harris, II. T. Iieirne and Page McCarty. Ferg Kyle and Manatoba. In the hack r leaees ot fc aluillea or exact tained when this report closed. for their The two latter are better known Some three inontha ago the Virginia tin and color ot ink of the Inacrlp-t- l Engleman, of the Farmers Mr. J. II. u made br the Ilr.inKe lit lilmeolf In h la mounxdherenoe to the cole duello, each having Legislature formally preferred tain Jilljlo, Uluitratliii; In a compact form Ills a request National Bank, left Thursday for Bozeman, downed his man on the field of honor. toianleio lil.tory of tho Fnltli Tim 1ka. u to Senator Mahono and Riddleherger to Mop tuna, where his brother, Mr. Matt man The prlratddlent-- - ioo pace. roeeal tho Intuott L.iturcof thi UTDgellit ind aru made pul resign. The request wis communicated Lohan is in luck. He la not Engleman, who has been absent from these He fur tb flnt tlmo In this Uiok. Th Vuith only part proprietor ot a new paper and n to the President of the Senate, Edmunds, pails for many years, resides. Mr. Engle- IIealln;(haiter 61 p.gei glvw the lilatory, the ull nauteen hearlnzon arkun.ent has to be duly presented by him to the Senate, man took with him four fine Cloldduet It in full. and a the llililli.il thould he In every brand new heir, but his father-in-laItli liwiV that home, and aliould certainly M owned , kentuekr 1 1 j " t- presented him wilh a beautiful brown stone but he has failed up to the present time, stallions and nine thoroughbred 11 marei T every tontert of Oeorgf Uarnee. The book tin T,R T B , J--T 1 Uol.talnednowheioelHjfor CHILI leai Hun J.UD. cl Iront residence in Louisville. livery one to notice the communication. Senator which he will dispose of in the Wet. Iifciilarraument with tbn BUthor, who liarltiiJ wy4 host of newspaper and other friends Brown, of Georgia, called attention to the of his Tne honors of the graduating class of rewoeeil to .Nm York. Iiaa largely elthdraTin all I si agrmee. Hie will Jearii'of his good fortune with joy and fact, and regretted that the right of peti- Ccnlre College have been divided between I.sii.Hioitrhalxiok (JJ50, aud olftred tccether foi X JoiaXAL l!'i Bro TT A gocd man is tion had been, denied a sovereign State of the rrlcnof tbn'Mdfe will with one voice exclaim. threo of lis members, the faculty deciding for5W( AddreM of ihruea" alone, tho two -. , W. P. WAltTOS, the Union.' getting his deserts " Mr. J.NTEMQlt Jo' btanford, Kjr ' that all arc equal as to scholarship. On our front psge President Johnton,oj the Kentucky Preen Association, suggests an excursion, which will be approved by every editor in the Btate, whether he has time to go or not. It is much better than taxing any particular town with our entertainment, besides the insight into Mnother section would he of gre.tt benefit to those who never taw beyond tho boundaries of their own Slate. Thievei and other offenders still get their deserta by a public whipping on their bue backs in Delaware, aa they should in Kentucky and elsewhere. Five of such cattle got 39 lishea well laid on at Newcastle Saturday and it is safe to say that the dose will never have to be tepeatcd. The whipping post is a great reformer of morals. Is in be I have received and am still receiv- Cnnrc fnr wvA N-- y. o n COirLpriSmg' . tllC beSt ,. I Will ill the lliarket ' g'Otteil Tip Style aild n .J., i,"Z.try- Give me a trial- H. C. Rupley W. H. HIGGINS, Ilngy IHS Au-B"8'- , law-abidi- e WALL PAPER ! STAGG'S rjt: TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, J l- McROBERTS OVJBRA hoi si; klock, ntaxfojrd. presi-denc- y. B. E, WBSWOL UNDERTAKER, iDealei- in tome Parlor torc-houf- p JU1I.. SaW Mill n d, law-lovin- g m t, t. Farm WHEN NEED et-t- f lln-t-- - t llii.i'-nrlllo- lj - 1 any oJ ,the goods named below you should by all means buy them of nilM-n- i f te ;-- -t ':() iv T. R. WALTON I Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be the iiuicajisr, v.r HUSTONVILLE, KY., p e, FOfltEKttK FKlTITS, -- HATED car-loa- EM & SQUARELY: 1 fool-kille- r Mc-Nair- 1mett Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Codec, 'Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vincirar '""' ''",Xi Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing-- Teas, Hope, Can- Life of Goo. 0. Barnes ncu broods, and lancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Bakes, Hatchets. Axles and some Shell' Hardware, Qucenswarc, Glassware, Tinware' Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms' Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Hnrl ncss and Saddles, Tobaccos and ni.onrs. Spiees, Candies, Nuts, ljii. Pole, -11 l Vlll UltOj Vf B'1-?T'T?Q- ?..j Huwi-Wklk- .11 I. y- I 'T?l'r T ,OW 'OUUUIJLV XlOfllir0 Willi vuuVit( (lllli"' J tJ. Jill 5tmr8BtcWijntmoronrnaI Stanford, Ky., I'KKiti.its ami White Mountain cream fierier at Bright A CnrranV. Onk hundred tlioitaanil pounds Mliy 20, 1884 mMlt&, A. p. Niintu'lley. Htmifurd. LOCAL TIME CARD. young married lady, died at VJIIIainiiiri: lint week from t Hip eflecU of owallowiiiK too much ''Light-ni- g of wool Relief," a patent medicine for neural Ice Mm. lietilah Martin, h A nkiy AiiVKnTiKKMMTs. JUDGE St. ! JT. DII.IIA.1S 6th Dlitrict ' -- DANVILLE- l. iff, Mall tr-J- AN elegant linn of French China Tea . Setit jtMt receiveil l Warren A Metcalfe-J C Jelioious. The Methoditt conference at Philadelphia hni refined to licenre women preacher. omforlnliie dwflliiiu nt Ulehmoml Junction, with about an acre of ground. Far termt cull oil or HJdrn ono-tto- rr JSHE. In at'aoilMatc for Corprm In the utjest to the will oftbe Uemociacj. JAfllKS II. Mt'ICEAKY Is a Candiilat for Conerem In the Klglilh DUtrict, ul.Jrct to the wllloltb-Itmou- cj PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacturers of -. 1 mi-i- r Jxo.jt. vitii.ii:i,Kunfoti. n going Kxpretstratn" " North. Hon Hi U ...t . J ,. 2 S Norh Tlio loT() ti calculated nn standard tine, time Is. t bout 110 mliuitou faster ' " Houlh LOCAL NOTICES. HiiEimr.r, Thursday at the leu Cream a. y. I'arlpin on Lancnnler alreel S. S. My A. n. NiUr ew WlLLtAMSTiUit') to the 7iW ha 1,121 white and 102 colored inhnbt-Unl- r. u. r. m. iujw i Hoi LANmmiB A Stags, '. LANhKCTlll & I'AiNTHof lennr A McAlliter. garden weila at McKobertu Garden Seed-, al IVnny A ' MJwl"iuAsHo:Chole Cure, l'em.y ' McAJiater o!e aKunU. Cmmi your account with Penny & Mc- Aliite r y caah cr notu. Soda water with pure fruit flavor at Mcltoberl A KUkk'. Dran.) new "lock of every thine In the jewelry line at Penny A McAliiter'a. Iloimh, cattle, aheep tirid ixiullry pow der for wile hjr McHobtM A btagf-- , NKwukide of ready mixed paint for prlnj- - traie at Mcltoberta A BlaggV Watuii eh, Clock and Jewelry repaired and vf.irrt.nled by Penny A McAli-te- r. Fou 8a. .K, a new uprighl.J. A C. Fischer piano. Apjdy at Intkiuok Jucakai. office I Tackle of Nkw anu full ftock of every variet Jut received at McKobert A Hwkk' II At- Huit i Remedy used by the bet brccdci" throi ;huut the country. A Mire run and pietenlW. Penny A McAISxIer Fi-hi-' Agent. PERSONAL II. (' ltiiHim returned from Ixuis- Title Saturday. Miw Nanmk FohTKii I the att of Mra.K. P. Stage JollNNlK SMII.KY I very HI sf typhoid pneumonia. l.U). W. A. UiaW)M and wife are the gueita of Mr A. I). Keol. Mim Kannir Krn IiiiTrringgratIy from inlitmmaiory rheumaiim. Mih Jr.NNir Knott, of Lebinon, and Suna gurrt of the Collrge day. Tlilt- Ml1- - PANTIir.A P MlKlNNI.V i Wm. Hoyaton, of GarIds her iler, Mr. rard. retumrd from Mk It. C. Waiihi-Wayne oounty yi terdy, not having been able to tend a aingle min to the cniten liary. Mm. (5 H IUknett, of the Wet Knd, who ha leen UUt Mr. T. I). New land' for reveral wiek with malarial fever, ii improving. Mim Annie llrtowN, whoetirjrtaan amateur have Wen mnt remarkable, left ytM"enIy for I)nville lo take leron from Mita McltoWri", the acromplihed artiat. Mil K W. Hooker wa called by tele gram to return to K'. Joe, Mo, Saturday, owing tc the failure of a bank in llml city Inrreate of buinea in and the -coni-fipieWi-imr- n it.KT For The In reply to a cjuerry from Wodford County, we will Mate that the small BONANZA & amount received aflcr months of patient And the Yscl Wry tarnci U low, for Lincoln andCana-Counties.-waiting for the Barne' Tent Fund, $71, We bulU the Famous "BONANZA" TIIRKSIIER ago. bit wa forwarded to him some lime Wheat.Osts. Flax.aoTer. IVssaudallfctcdsandOralri. SLarkrr! friend in the county the Halts (lap Turnpike. if those numeroti I'UItTABLK i;.lil.M;s cl t, t, IK, lr, ID and : llorie Traction Three months on notes with good lloHer.and iarMillitiJ all Suet Descriptive Circulars tree. Tkrm named, Mill wish to contribute to the cause, -EeliaWe JLeilU WaiW. ROBINSON & CO., Richmond, InJ. besrlng lntere-- t from day of ssle and neI JV 7ZWA- we will take pleasure in forwarding to Mr. gotiable and parable In Hunk, orcsib at option of ExTENHivr. improvement and b.iy prepBarnes any amounts rent u, after making purchaser. JjTr-Jfr-S aration are being made ut old Itockcaatle 2M-II A lilt ISO X It A I I.F.I, F.jrr. due acknowledgment in this paper. Spring, Kentucky, lo render it forty-fourreaeon the moot ucceful in it LAND. STOCK AND CROP. COMMISSIOXEH'.S SAI-- E Hotel now open and decriptivectx-cula- r Two or three milk co for eale Joa GSTBead What Some of Our Best Tanners and Citizens of Lincoln and Garmd Saj: ami analyri ready for distribution Ilallon. "We, the undersigned eltlren. n( Lincoln and Canard, do certlly that we have had our wheat on application lo F J. Conpbell, Manager, Fourteen to 16 J hand mules tell in Stanford Suburban Property. tnrebed with Kohluson A Co.'a New Uoianzt (train aDdSt--,1 Thr.hr and Knglne. aud we give great Kockcatle Spring, Ky. credit lor the work It did for u. It threshes fast. eUans and sepirates as Roott ?. any we bad, Louisville at $1)0 to $2 10 runs smoother and with let noise, oois not iraclc the praiu like most machines. In conclusion will F.ir., Ac , say to lhne that ep-cCourt to buy this kind that they can not do better than to t t lie Bo- II. Mattingly has bought about 4.000 Llneoln Circuit A. l.rtle.Jo MeAllster'a Am. the etiiclc haa bren a ubcril)fil for In -- ts J. iiiilpmrtit A" hprfinKo,ully. March ..... . com nt tt . ii. iii a i i.uh, cianio ii. ivy. eee nim ana sn r rices bimi i.uMtc at the in Ufore purchasing elsewhere anotlicr Fair, at Htitinville anil the date pound, of wool, for which be pid from 17 J B. Owsley, H. baughmsn,.!. II. Miller, J C. Lynn. S.J. term, IrSs. ol this court, the undersigned CommisIs .('w'ey,H. 1J. Boon, 8. It. Dudderar. Win Goooh,Jodan Terklrs, James T. Adams, Wm. A. 6xel for July L'.'i, 'J I an J --TjiL. Ak fine and to 'J'J cent. sion lll, un iliatt.J Hurt. hi. JJ'e enJorse what the farmers say In regard to the Rnnann Thresher and Engine, built by Robinson The llegiilcr reports sale, of reveral with resret that I!ev. J. A aa ticce(iful aa wan the exhibition laat U TUAYlOR, their Agent chuiond. We na-- e 2, 1884. A Co., Itquite a lot Indiina and aiM ht-- e by V.Bouanzi bought and MONDAY, ground of wheat tbrehed with the cattle in Madison at Threoher. and It was splendidly done nice Hogle, who caught a revere rold hereon year, we leirn that it h the intention of the lots of two yuir-ole door In and e'ean-- n-t rut up like we often tee It Mgoel: J. E Farrls, lluflilo Ml Is, Stanf rd. Ky ; .McAlis-te- r County Court day, Itffore the It $50 per he.d anJ yearlings $25. te(H!T A Sallee, Lincoln Mills. ore. i minaKement tbi Tear In creatlr exceed the niclu of the fire, K' the hour of II A. M. and 3 ManiWd. K , To tlic.ee whom 1 hate sold machinery I extend th.nks l.'r their p.tronage, and will sty to :oe II. F. Kobinson, the big dealer in p m . sell to the hlitli t bidder 13 A. I H. 1 'oi'es and i now ijtiite 111 at hia home in Hua-- 1 and when tho cat hnlera put their fctauloid on the Halls that expert to buy that I will take great pla-.ir- e in lining you up with thaaburn named machinery. wile from of Land, I perlcct wnrK.n; order. I ha-- e ou hand a supply ol printed uatlur lambs lia. bought I OIK) in this and (isr-ran- i (IspnlLe, luifa Jer to a wheel it penerally more on whlih I. a couifirtatln rcaldeneHand Wllstelhat which will be Mul to any one Jdrtf.ing te at ntanionl. L'ncoln Cjuot, K all neirasary luiprovciueiita. t sulf liltT, ' countio. for June and July deliverv Mu M O Maihis, of Mitrhelburff, . . Tit I YI.OK. triilv. fjr $1 5M SI. with 8 jxt cent therein from Yri' Pkimuknt J II. Temple, uf theSjuihern Marrh 1". 1TH nd their rots licrrln liile Mr Mntutl Iti'iirMtice Co , write. u that the at 5 Qtnt. ili pot aj;iit here m actiiii; Credit or a nnd it inontna. swuas it Ticaws The Litonin Knees begin on the 30lli. .iiilred wlthappriTid .rciinty, tnysbliTto Com r. J. A. Car tnler tee to Shi-Hi- j ville to help London Krhu U miitakrn in Mymg that Waring fi per cent Irom dsjr of rale anJ naTing rolibrr Nickol', to the Mr. C.tlvin (iray lieal, owinj to auiue irreg- and Ir.nt till June 7ih The programme itljctol Judgments, l.i.n retalmd. eeml th rxne .. embraces a long list of the btst racers for lieriilMitiHrr Ml-3- t Master Coiu'r Lincoln l"ir ult Court ularity, would not get the amount of her large pur". huaband'a policy in that company, and that LOCAL MATTERS The tacori ut the Louisville Jockey o on a the neccary proof of hia death Nnw caniliei" at T. 1!. Wallon'n. Club course Stturday were well attended. t are tiled, ahe will get her money. O. IS., Wnd, 1'ieeland and Maj. Hughes 10 wiiIh jht huiulrel at thi Ol.v paper -- OK Tilt: young gentlemen apeak of Friday csptured the purses. oflice. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- night'ii hop at the Opera Iloue a. a more New York State has neJily twice as Laro and Valuable Stock of Dry Goods, TltK K C. timenijer Irnln leave at O.'.O than usually enjoyable one. A number of many horse-- ) as all New England, the total Olothing, Boots, Slice, Eats, Caps, A, it. ami tuturna at S;o5 v. M. Groceries, Hardware, &c. ptttie-- t glrln honored them with their number beim: islimiited at G2S.S53, valued our ilJlJUa pre-enand milea and the representation, at JG0.0I2 881; average $U5 S Kvriiv laily at oulil haTe one ur more of of an ourtr of sale made In the case In and other piiut. More a. liuclianmi, tin- - wiuuer of the Derby, now execution In the Lincoln County Court In Pot" for aale lf T. K from pending the pretty Flower Mepis chanuiii.- - ai they were gratifying in aire was sired by Jim Hurst's lluckden that which (ieo W Jamrslson inlitHBd A J Walton. ier Is drlemUm, I will AND DEALERS IN- Prof. J J Suuiiel i to be congralulacl c n died last year. Mr. Uuost had great cor.li but what it Kdra It nernr raitia the result of hi. labota on the Ikjh, many deuce in him and his judgment paid him a TIIUIIKIKIY, JOSE 51 Ii, 1SS1, waa no exception to anil yiatenlay'i-etr.ir-t of whom have been trained into graceful cool thoiiMtid or so. the rule. iV tienlry, K S.Cobb sold for Ilergtdancer from wild, unbroken colta. The e In Crab Orchard where the At the church will ilub propose to give n hop June (Jih, to A J. Ford, of this county, one pair of gonj.aio now s'ored. ie)l at public auction the , Tn: lailira ofilu Chri-Ua- n Urge lot ot merchandise, consisting of lr.v (JiKxii-mule, for $500. They are Notions. lUe.ly Made .JotMrg, lto.ua and rls . arve I era ntiil t-- mwherrlee Couiinet'Ct-ine- nl whith will eclipse ntliing ever attempted (tioorle-- It. iiarc, Isrmlng Im Ilataand here. night June lh the finest three year old mules in Ken- piemen!-- , Caps which j, le ul on under the .Ii , t)led rase a the property the Lex. sound lr there hate luen any eprirg chickena The drend alarm of fire wax againThotna. tucky. wheatTranscript. " in this section is looking The The iiieriliaiidlse will lxold In lire lots, and nn t l.l market jet, we Lavri'l etn them. el here Saturday afternoon. Capt the piece, as follow- -, and e.mlst of well and the corn reasonably so. not by Thudtv gools, iMit'n.i a nl show ciss. r..Lliardi' hindi'Otue little reaideuce on the i 1st. late in the .fa roil an it 2nd. Tncie', l made clothing. Somerset piKe, hull n milefroui Main utrtet, Mr. J M Keid tells u. that all the larut-er8d. Tho b ots uiid liOf K are liu prepa. el to furnlrh ice which had caught either from the Hue or a who planted corn raised year before 4th. rhehat.snd np turd wan. aid farming In- Mil. The cream in nnjr iiuanlitj- to funiliea deliver- h ark on the rool, wa. corn a smouldering last have good stands and that corn of last ploments. groicle. S S Myer. Tkiim. Cretit- - if six month. "" ed ut Htiy hour A large crowd gathered to aave tho year was cut short by the drouth and Ins coikI icHiirlty maiM. lioni day of a.ilc. iiier-- . so little germ that it fsiled as seed in al- Thegoodswlll Iwhliown at Cab Orchard to : of houee if pwible, but owing to tho inciilli New atock uf di siring to pur. ha.' L- - t headway of tho most every case, . i"5.-At .VJRM.I 1. 1., Water Seta. Ice Cream Haucejv, Ac, junt ciency of water and the Louisville There have been large llatne, the Httempt wait abandoned and all f MelrallV. received nt Warren -hand turned to removing the furniture. olleringi but a quiet feeling has developed, INCLUDING THE- HkckivkuT. I) NewlHtnl clofcJout the A greater portion of it wit saved, but of and n fall of about lc has occurred in wool. OK artKSOID efl'eclH of Mr. Geo. D Wearen at l.icbmond course in bad condition. The kitchen fur There have been large purcha.es on home ! Katuriljty nt auction. Including private niture waa an entire loit, together with n account, nnd the decline has been accepted ealett the ntuouril nceived waaloutSl,700. by sellers. Kentucky medium has sold at large assortment of canned good, preserve At Sliiuforil, Ky. $21 to 2.1s, combing or clothing free of reported here Saturday and other enable. Tlio low h fully -', It wan currently ror eev-er- burrf; burry at 12 to 115c for Southern and Lincoln Circuit Court: Tho Klrst National IlinU 000, without a cent ol insurance, that a inoh had Mvwijr Corneilton a, liih Black is ofManford ts. ilobt. McAllster and others, lu 15 to 17c for light Kentucky. year-- i Capt. Kieliardu haa been unforas Unman, hut unfortunately it proved to 2S to 31c. "'llr'l'rtus of a Judgment In this ctuse at the quoted at 18c; financially and tbia little home wa. be untrue. The wixh feein to have been tunate Hpeclal April Term, il,nf the Lincoln Circuit all tint wan left of a otice comfortable Court, the underslgacd Commissioner will on tho father of the repott, MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. The Iom therefore is in the na2. 1884, MONDAY, A fl.lOHT chanso in the echedule ol the ture of a calamity to him and his and hi. Kobt. Joplin,son of James L Joplln, II SOLE AGENTS FOR L. N. went into f licet Sunday. The friend., of whom no man haa more, know- accidentally shot himself in tho foot Satur- Kelt's County Court day, between the hours of In door t. saTand 3 f. u.. before the 12:10 ing hi condition, responded liberally to mail train to Louinville now Stanford. Ky . sell as one lot at public auction to wound is not very serious. day. The i. hii.u.i hdlilpr two adlscent lots of land lu r. m. and to Knoxville t 1:50 r. M. The hi. aid and a pure of aomu $700 was aoon John 15. Fish, receiver in the cases of thetowtiofNunloid, ., mljoinlag the deKit of South-Bon- d a uiliTUU' It. at 'J:30 A. M. and "outh raii-ewhich will be largely increased as Alvah Pulllns vs. Warcacut & Shumate the l.oulsllIoA wilts a large u (oiiiaioiug exprefB north lit oles, & Shuat 1:00 A M , atandnrd time. hi Iom in generally known. root) a. and Champ Shumate vs. Wnmacut MILL mate and C Shumate vs. same, sold the NEW BRICK FLOURING Phillip, who FATAU-J- iut ritouAiu.Y DEATHS. stock of goods attached in this action at AND A live on White Oak creek, waa run over Miss Liz-i- e, daiiKhter of Mr. Joel $115. . by the 9 o'clock accommodation train at Uolfzdaw, of 1'reacliersville, died SaturA Largo New Frame "Wlioat LIuvntor Junction City, Saturday nij;ht, and his The Chicago lhugyitt recommends the day of consunipliou. itkull dangerously If not totally fractured. for severe scalds and Slluato thereou. together with all tlulr michlnery Keynolds, of the followins' remedy Ilnyden Mrs. tlxtures, apparatus, Ac , to satisfy plslntlll's Judg-miHo wa on a big drunk and it is not known s "Cover the injured part freely 1 nnn. wlih 0 ixt cent, t be eon from Waynesburtf neifiliborhoorl, died Saturday burns: y to credit o( Ud and beptemberO, I8S3, sulj-exactly ho the accident happened. with soft soap. If the burn be severe, S4.9TO0S, paid January 1. 1881, and for the sum of aged IS from the eiiect of child-birtm with a plentiful lUOUUWIino pir Cflll. inriruu Hum ( citiuni w, soon nfter linseed oil, TiiECu'uiberltnd Fall Hotel will open years, 1881. and their cot h rein expended, The little inf.nt of Mr. and Mrs Will dressing of flour. This cako, and fresh Thealv e property Is eligibly ilnntid on the proprietor, June lot. Mr. Soc Owenf, the a town the 1. .V N, It. KnoTTtllo llrauch Crslg, Pickett Taylor, whore birth was oil and Hour can bo added. When this of 1 ,600 Inhabitantsol In the heart ofn It . Idcountry. lino ttnd told u that bin wb here jeMetday Bkin will have The buildings acd machinery are new and cost , chronicled a week or so mo, died Sunday. covering falls oil a now for the e.ion were very flitter-inp2t,000. The sale Is aline opportunity to i radipror-prtI formed aud no scar left." Tho same jour- cal mill men. South Its nnther still critically ill. ns a large dclesation from the ThsMsoKHAiu A credit of C and 12 months. Mrs El'n IlJtohlnn, wife of Chri.. nal aayo cirron oil is one of the best remepayuuie lloiius required witn approvni-iecuiii- y, for room., Mny Improve-lueiit- s had of to Commissioner, learlng tl percuil Irom day of Hutchisjn and dsuuhler of L. II. Uryant, dies where the skin Is unbroken, care been Hddfd ciuce I.it feasoti i.ien aiso sale ad liaflliz the e'.l ctot jiniguiems have of Mitsourl, died at Crab Orchard yester- course being taken to exclude the air from retained. IT. U'Kf.VH, a'nd the tlelightful reoort will be more deMaster Com r Llucotu Clrtult Couit. the injured part. day mcrninx of puerperal fever. lightful ihicvc" than ever. It. B. Tt'KNiicu. A Co , have filed uit in Iouiaville gaint the Ixindon A Lane ahire Inaurance Co., for ) 000 ami the I)ndo.i, I.iveriHKil A Glob for f2,500, amount of policie held by them on iheir More houe and Mock recently burned at Junction City The Statu Convention of Kentucky ctery morn- Baptixt meets at Olacgow, Ky., next I will deliver Ice lo regular Thuraday. ONE CENT The new biihopH elected by the North -Account-du- n at the clojcol oach month or when ern Methodius are I)r. W X. Ninde, W. a cmlom-- r ntlti. HT. It. Walton wold to J. C. Haya ten 247-It. E. llMlllOW. Mallalieu, J. M. Walden and C. H hurra of Citizen National l!.tnk ntock uf F. Fowler. Lanosater, at $110. Kev. H. Allin Topper, Jr., pator of Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills Comk and ,,e the i.amUome di.ptay of tlio Hrondway l!a)tit church, wai presentrun tiiic tea and dinner eel and funcjr glaMware at ed with n library of 1,500 volume durini t HrightA CurranV. Ii'h recent vixit to hi (atlierV home, Rich !t MA mond, Va. C. J. hitr f...i Iiiii..l ",Ti TheChrititian church atNichoIaaville, And alf Bilious rere clip on the hed, jutcrday, because he Safe to take, tieiiiR puroly vecetable: nogrlp wn by fire, Friday- - having In. 'nrovpt All Dnivulal. applied n vtilcnr epithet to him caught from Mitchel Bro , tobacco factoMiLcki.la IUmkv will order cut ry which whh nlo burned. The cliurch lloer for Cuiiiuieiicemenl and all who wm inaured for ?3,000. vmhIi leave their will bouquet According to the oflicial report to the NEVER BEATEN IX A TEST. order the week Iwfori! l General Conference of the Methodist Fire Hundred Dollar In (lold at the Cincinnati Chutch North, now in ei)ion at I'lpvltlon In l, the lilitlieit award ever Riven Gentlemen hoardHoAiiiirit WANTrii toun Kuitlne' The hlRhMt aard at the Boutliern er can find firt rlar acoommod.ition at Philadelphia, there are 12.053 mininter i:ioiltlon, Kj . In MM, fur the I load Knginp! I'arllct the Ute reatdenre of Dr. Hiiler, on Linear) and 1,7911,593 member connected with that Ttarilon and Sfiirtor and Haw Mllli doirliii; lo will pleaie Knglnea. bur church. addret1IUVU Kit, ter atteet, Stanford, Ky. J. II. ANIli:i(aON. Stanlord, Ky., Or MelhodiM 1219-I- IIOCKKK.V 18C quadrennial Fourteenth Kjr St.. Anutiikk big dettrliiueiit of Swim and Protetant tttiieral Conference met at Bal- arrived Saturday to make their Germantimore, with 198 delegate-- . The church hoiiifa among tu. They came under the ha 4S cunferetmv, 1 109 itinerant and 97S ! HUicrcf Mr J. O.tenheimer. I. .01 preacheri, 1,M3 church building, and TiiEtneftlnt; rf the MorUiftlderN of the l'J6,Ull member. The N'irtliern Melhoditt are about lo Iliglirsl JInrkot Trice Paid Tor Wool. Lincoln Huilding AHociition was potlon-n- l adopt a a part of their book of decipline at'till Wednrday night, when a full to mannficture Wool for W are now prep-reforbidding minister to solemn-i- z larmera In the IimI nunner. Aa we lio'.l make a a for iinpjrlint work. tendant i WORK Hill wb IlBltroft'l'STOM marriage between peraoti divorced for oilclt Woo! tote made Into lllanketa, -- mm, uln-- j, Hlocklnj? Yarn, Mannel. Kll. A A. Waiiukn, the newsdealer, Mil. J ve adultery, whioh in Ac. AC We will keepontanlly on hand a atock any other ciuce will hereafier be ejpplied with the Iotli of RKoda which we will cxitiHliRO for woolon f.ivor alone to be rtcogniz d a lawful. all termi. Wool taught at the market price. ville Kifninif Tmt. which i a full o It is worre and more undermining to I'rlrea lor mnuf.icfiirlDR wlien woil la fun lined i of meat, and will deliver follow a. (rdlDR and new i an egu lar character to rrllle in the name of religion arearand Pplnnlng, lioiibiniR Spinning. anu iwuuug, - c; line them to uboriber and other by 7 a. m. Jeana, "Ov; UiMliil- - rptnningand WeaTlng charity than to bet on a horee-race- . or ling, hpluulng A Wearllig While ' 'na'j, 25c. . MA 'I ll.y .Xr, I'ro'r. Tltr. Someret lxtt, with Jildje Ownley The apparent mnction of the church lead very complimentary many to gamble in this wav who could not Chairman, pm-e- d on Mr (). II. Wa.ldle, who ha have been induced to gamble in any other jut removed to Is)iiiville and frrmed war Thin ede of the wedge i as thin a Sale Of a partnership with O II Harrion for the lo be able to enter where other edge could I will as executor ufthe estate of W. O. Ililley, Dr Elton. not go practice of lw c. wmi jluu in PER POUND. wssis.: hicaim:v, T HO.. A. . TAT-IIOT- oos I ". liiKNt IIIIllllH, IVilKlOW Fi-hiiic- k. c. mid Door HIohN CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Hat moved hla citpenter licp In town and is now readjr mi all tlmea to i!o earrentcrlDif, houe buMd nf, reiarIiK, Ac. Call on him. il9lro I Scroll Saw n tl Work.Tiiru-l- F. M. llll LIVER la-ilyoul-vlll- e. WARE & CO., End! rg Latliu lVorh. Flooring, Ccillue-Wiinlli TJio Zoacllnir IIoiiku of tUc WuhC ThU cuterprltln firm I. now prepared withal full and complete line of eTcr.-thlumally found In a Cr.t-cl- a general luroHhicg eitablishmeul. Hjk'cI.I attention In called to LxdieV llrtt aiidTrlmmliig.of errrjr dccrlpllon I'lotlilng a tpeclaltjKtrrytMnglu the firoct-rilue outfit conipltte, Mr Ware batlrg made two trlHi tn the cllr leccntly and tecuird the - Complaints crboardliif;, lrc8NCI IiiiiuT'cr And other td Peerless Traction Engine. Building Material Alo Dealers In- ple-iH- f lateat Epin-oopa- noTeltli. Buying and Selling1 Strictly for Cash, We are able to - Farminj; Xjiimlicr ' ! H- -t OFFER. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. And deilin lo make our Store Call on u or write for prices W keep a large atock and will do our bnt to plearo you In price ,Dd quality ol material. Hoadqunrtora l.onl-vll'- e, for tho West End. itAXVir.t.K .i-t- VI.ANIXH nanrlll Ky. f Jill. 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MOST PRACTICAL IN INFORMATION MOST COMPLETE IN CHEAPEST IN PRICE. Bank Stock, &c. "BIT. deed . sell at rublic auction to the highest bidder before the Courtlloue door In Stanford, June 2. 188, county court day. 'iO SUA It KM of Stock lu the Farmer- - National Hank of Maaford and 1.1 SUA ItKS In the First National IJank of Stan-lorA ho at ssme time and place It SUA ItKS in the Stanford .1 Lancaster Turnpike and one In H. TRAYLOR, GRAIN FIELD SEED THRESHER, d f- -r A A B I ft It th y. er t Pi.-M-.- tni-b.7- ,J d JUNE Court-Hous- Judi!-me- nt -liu -- Sheriff's Sale A- y 0 lisiAli. -- le E5 - store-hom- three-year-ol- d al-j- v. HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implements, gies, Wagons, Bug- s - ,.,,... (ila-ewa- re corn-i'tinj- 5t cosimssioxKirs sale MILL PROPERTY Tub-washe- Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and XL S. Buggies and Carriages. and Hamilton JUNE court-hous- paeal e auo-gelh- er pa-ae- Plows, Sole n a Agents for Furst & Eradloj's Sulky and Turning Plows, r,.-- ap-pl- ct h, Riding and Walking Cultivators., Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas :"'i Harrow; Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines; iUML. .MU-l- d f. AT BED ROCK PRICES. sj The Latest Tonsorial Ciaze. "Ye;" said a Monroe street bather, as he quickly tossed h blazing gas jet over the off ns May 20. 1884 head of a custom, singeing the hair Stanford. Ky., accurately as it could have been clipped by a pair of scissors, "the latest craze in A Warning. the tonsorial art is the singeing process. novel cae his been dec'd The method usually adopted in large shops A aotne-h- at is to use a movable drop light. The comb el by a Chicago court. maiden ltdy who ha I paueJ beyoml is passed through the hair, and the ends A the period when she coald afford to let an burned off by the flame of gas, which is erring and fickle lover depart In peace, turned down low." When What is the particular benefit claimed to brought auit for breach ot" pronii-e- . young man who had won and trifled be derived from this procen?" the "It is claimed that It prevents the hair with her affections waa called to the b.r in bin own behalf, he from changing color, and restores to its and required to pletd y. v W IV H li IK) 1 ISI-lMT. VEUNON, KY. LLVKJI llank. smile, and thinks he U smart. oh'nIjKV, J. it. T.C. Dumber. 2 ALEX. ANDBBBON, He wondrrs if ever n man hs young and Im LOUjSy7LLC&feHVlCCrfrtR, i:. ArTOItNiaYHAX' XiA-W- , green looking a he is was called "pa" be DANVILLK, KY., THE GREAT fore, and he puts on style, and thinks he is Will practice lo tho Courts or Boyle and adjoining A. counties ami In the Court of Apreali. a thoroughbred. But tnetity jears later, when the aforesaid infant grown to n great THE INTERIOR JOURNAL J. n. FIHII, strapping fellow, big enough to lake his A.t TU'W. And Mailer Com mlitlnner Itockraatlu Circuit Cour And tho Loulirllle "pa" down at a wrestle "quart-hold,- " Ml VKIINON, KY, Will stands before a uiiniler and protuNes to tlonj a practice In the llockcaitle Courts. Oollec- ipeotalty. O'JSce la Court-hou(lis) love, honor anil obey a girl for all that is one year ror only 9.1 two ;eri for little out, and the girl turns and calls the old ME F. HUFFMAN, more tbau the price of one gentleman "pt," then the smarty of twenty HTANFOHI), KY. By paying ui U South ilde years ago begins to think that he ii getting Office Myera Hotel. Main titroet, two doors abort your home piper you will receive for one year with the (jurler-Journathe the old enough to turn out to grav, and he Pur Nitrous Uxtda Gai adialntitered when re- reprcwaiatlva newipaper of the Houth, democratic and for a tariff for revenue only, aud the beat, quired. looks at himself in the mirror and sars: brtghlett nd ablett family weekly In the United Wltfiout Change and wltii Speed Unrivaled Mlatei. Thoio who deilre to examine mple I)U. V. B. PENNY, "Those are gray hairs, sure enough, and n copy of the do iul thli office. DOIltlHt. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE the clearing on that head indicates baldIHHLLLJ 8TANK)llt),'KENTUCKY. raott LouisviLn to the I suppose ness that is not premature." Office nrer I'.o' t f Lytle'e store. Office hour ! from St.) I.' "man who has eighteen or nineteen sons mtntatered a u.and I to 8 p. m. Antitheticl ad 'l.l-lr.wn neeeaatre getting married along at intervals gels ncd Thli notice forewirm liuntcri, fJitiMinrn end to It and does nut notice it so much, but trimpi not i lrpMi)n our lndi without at ill inch acta are lUbleto be prviecutrd I.llll Rock, ilentiom.ry. Atlanta, baTaaoak, my experience is that the first time a man & to the full rtlentof thi- - law Jackionrllli, Mobil, and New Orleans. Htaulord, Ky Match I7lh, ISO. dlcned haa a son msrried it makes him feel about I). McKlllrlck. (liuA W.M.Mcl'urmick. IXSl'HANCK! ninety years old, with his teeth one. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA it T. Iliiib, A. W, Carpfntrr, V Held. C iliihon. In ralaee Cara Without ChaD. Well, the big kid is married, and may God It CoM, HultliU, lctl V. I), Ithwlm, Companies II u.AJ Kelly, Illrxlni bless him and the little girl he has choen. Seven'First-Olas- s SHORT LINE TO THE EAST W. C McCrmac, K.tloTcr. KroM UuliTlllele ralac Can wllboul change, . I M. II l.Tll. aodmay they live happy to see little ones Carter T J. Hill, J. W.Wrailierford, grow up around them to bless them U. Vanoy, Wm. Ilurton, FlYIIRRANTQ SetkinR homeaonth I O line ol thli road will J. r. Murphy, and fool around grand - O, gosh! I IgMJni J. yt. IIIIl.lVS,Aot HUnfonl, J. A llirrK receive pedal low ratta, I W. Carter, J. M. Mill. Se Ateett of Ihla Coipny for latct, renlti Kd Carter, write it. I cm stand it to be called II. McAllater, J. can't Ac. or write C. P. J, I) Jonc, G. P. A T.J Kotr A. "pa" by all the children in the wide world, C3r- - DEL- - X7S7",-t&2?T. M. White, J. Q Mootitouirry "' LnulavJIIe. Ky. aapaaaaaTa H.K. Mircnni, Mn.J. J. MoUify, but "grand," it seems to me, would make V. K. Anion. M.T. Hinwll, nl '"' snd irrelte A PRI7F "lJ me feel like a veterin of IS 12 The little 2'lyr) fc V co,,,7 u"t uf K'"1". " 7. Tear. nlil kid nf the ftmilv wanted to cet t will help all, of either mi. to more money rlfht - Il'l M.rk. MUHHAY'N HI'r.CIKU', .....it. IVT etMnway A rW. KUL1 i.. ii IIU1ii!. LIUIITIIIP. f- - rvillUCIIIUltli away than any tbtorf ! In thi. world orlunre lio.,. Soni', married too, hut he was talked out of it In.l ,dalnln await the workera atwidutelr ure. At once V lTIic (Jroat .v cmjim , iiaiuwia .1 r urnrr, i KnglUh Itemed, liaiora . Tat' a A Co , Augu.ta, Maine. after a while He thought he ought to C s lottiC, L'prUni and Square I'lano Kortre; nu namiiion tirgaiu. a potlllr cure for Weak Memohave as good a show' in the necessaries of ai me t.nej, ldnnomnr and terra to auit at prlcm Instrument! ry. loi of Hraln Power, Nerfoui life as his big brother, hut finally compro toa't jlre your ordcrt till you gri our Kihauillon, tfeinlnal Weakneiw, cltI01VOIV KOUrXJE.'T pricei and tertui. liupotency. and (itneral of mised on having the mumps. Mumps are Power ol the Oeneratlre Organi) Ml. all. ill...... lh.1 (IfllWW ..II.IM a H a. .. . bad enough at home, when one can do his .lrmwrm .( U p DStcra iiKinr, nuence ot youthful ImimiJenre 01 howling at his family; but to have mumps & the niwol niilurl yean, luch Tea.UMark, a. I nlvrrnal Ijiiltude, rain Id the in a great New York hotel, where everyttaca, Dlmneat of Vliloii, Premature OKI Axe. and many other body wonders why you didn't wait till you that lent to Inonltr er got home to have them, is a bad rcheme, la all ca.ea 01 Kemile THE O.XIjV UVV. IIUNNINU Wtakneai the Uneclfic cu like a but the little bo? has promi'ed that it r, charm, reitorini lou or faJIne E. H. BURNSIDE, glfliK to the eye a lirllllant shall not occur again. Cars! Peek Descries the Sensation of Witnessing His Oldest Boj'& Marriage. i When i man i called "pa," by a little one tint lie has n half interest in, he puts his thuinh' In his , mules a ti-vi-et- I'BorKSHitmi. SAM U. BDRDKTT. J, 13 W. DSSWK. Notice ! A fine Stock Win lur aile. tltuitel mis mile Katt ol Cmli Orchard, much of the land rler liotloiii. l'ur lermi apply in (1. W .Umea, K'rah Orchard, Ky., or to i.iyei-l- f at t'armrra National ntriiDBTT a miotvir, .V C V O 11 X VH AT 1 1 Hi A.AV H I Grand Combination Through Trunk Line Attorney Weekly Courier Journal l, original color faded and colorless hair. said: "May it ideate your Honor, I admit I So popular has the singeing process become I loved her, that every is prebarber was engaged to thi lady. I intended marrying her. Bui no one U pared to remove hah either by the scissors more discerning than your Honor, and you or by burning. It is claimed that in singedoubtleaa know how necewary it is for the ing the hair the ends are hermetically affection which marka the honeymoon to sealed, thus preventing the escape of the continue. Without it matrimony ia vital principle, or fluid of the hair at the Juat one month before the day ap- ends, just as the sealing of a thermometer pointed for the ceremony, I called on the by the blow-pip- e prevents the escape of the lady unexpectedly to have a hurried talk mercury, and the action of outside agento her in regard to aome preliminary ar- cies " "Thesecrit of the preservative influence rangement. She appeared, may it please on (he hair ol singeing was discovered in your Honor, in a Mother Hubbtrd dreae! To say I waa disenchanted at a aingle France in a very singular manner. Some glance ia to draw it mildly. Instead of years ago a terrible gas explosion occurred the love I hid cherished, I wag at once in Paris, and amrng the casualties reported filled with horror and disgust. The lady was that of an elderly gentleman who upno longer looked rotund and trim. She on alighting after having been blown into no longer possessed that graceful and at- the air an unknown distance, discovered tractive form that I had fondly embriced that his hair bad been burned off close to with all the ardor and enthusiasm of youth. his head. What was his surprise to find But, air, instead she wai like the world be a few weeks later a luxurant growth of hair fore it had been shaped by the hand of the where before had been scattered' few gray Creator, without form and void or, as and faded tufts of what looked more like Ovid puts it, rutfi'j indigulaque moles, I frost killed bunch grass than healthy leave It to your Honor if I have not acted hair. Acting upon the hint afforded by this well authenticated case as to the effects both wisely and aj a man of sense." of singeing off the hair, the process cf The Court listened patiently and with Finally the Judge singeing was adopted in a few of the ahav beoming dignity. in? parlors of Paris. The process speedisaid: "Forty years ago when this Court was a ly became so popular that it waa genIn Boston this method young man it was spare of limb, though erally adopted. fashion of the time concealed the ex- of treating hair has been in vogue for sevthe ceedingly skinny shape of our body and eral years. So far as I know, however this to the cheek ml rkllng Is the first season of its use in anything legs. We were engaged to a lady in RichANIi 80I.JII TRAINw After Taklar Well - Known toe nwy biwwiu olnrailti. iM dy all Hrujili 000,000,000 miles from here. That is al- This Old Chicago oV'Muriiy .peclfle l at mond, Virginia, and everything went pros- like a general way in Chicago." Hotel Still Maintains most as far as John A Logan to the Presi w .r, tl peirpottage or on piciaget for IS AIJ r LOUISVILLE hi TO CHICAGO mall. perous with us. But a Martha Washing- Times. Ire, receiptor price High Hoputation, Ch'catfo News. dency. werun particular in auipbi whlrh rill ) Alligator Leather. ton party was given, and the gentlemen mailed free to erery applicant. Addreet all com- HracUL Noilca. Paaaajngert from AN Smart Weed and Iielladona combined municallont to the "How many alligators were slaughtered iiianurciuria l'lel,.nchofl.AN It K arrl.eln were required to appear in short breeches, .Wit II A 1 .it r. I) II tS K I 0., with the other ingredients used it the best Its Proprietor it Determined that Kanaat City, Mo. with silk hose, a sharply cut coat and to satisfy the demand lat yeai?" was askItoule" and go through to Bold In Stanford by Pinny A MeAlltter and all til.nterrf make Carter's S W A II. it Shall be Second to no Country powdered wig. The dress did not become ed a New York dealer by a .Sun reporter a prrnii (JrceiiMRtlp, CrimrorilMlllp, Lufiiictie Druggltti ererewbere Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Ilackache Planters the best in the market Aarilta l'KTaa A lo , Wliulrrale Aienlt, and t'hlcngo wltliout chnujfp. the shape of this Court, and the lady jilted few days ago. , Appointment!, or AttenJWlyrl Price 'Jo cnts Uulifille, Ky. TIMB TAIH.B "Not less than a half a million." us. Here," added the Judge, taking from tion to Comfort of eTAIIUNa. "How do you get the skins and where do their Oneiti. luily Kally pocket a lock of hair, securely wraphis ! Millinery & Dress-Makin- g I.e. IxMilirllle, 7 ped and tied with a piece of blue ribbon, they come from?" p w ' a in Arr. (Ir.eina.lle I l m 1 01 pm I'.MKir will he coarejed to aadlromthe de "Mrtt of them from Florida and the " CrawferdtTllle "here," saia ne, as ne wjpeu nis eves, The tire cf IMlW .1 Ot p m roadatert. and mr. (n free ot rharae, Sperlal arrommodatl AT McKIIVIS'JSY: " Ufayette .. 4 12 put and "is a relic of that short, blissful, and at other Gulf States. The alligators are shot to Commercial Trarelera. The liar if III lUtttrn horarttban auy other n " Chicago T a m In Keiiluckr. will make the aeea.a of (applied with the choicest 1I The mottdlrett route, with onlyM one a mi ti m bitter experience. I do not understand with rides and the negroes have almost a I hare rtcflH .1 t !'. luc.f erirr Ttrety of list lour mllei weit nfnlanlord, directly on tbe Knob )raad of Mquort aad Clar. Millinery, Mid ltiTllean tbangeul the l.lik pike, and will t, iermllted to teren Hiatea that there is one law in thi. country for a monopoly of the business. When an alli- Mlta Cynthia I.iiiol, irU lDnot'lon of In theMine.Ij ax expert butWlwttln. .Minnet. Iywa at the eatrrtiiely low price of l.'-- i Ihetraxin orlW cart, to all .Hnlt In further luformatlon nlraala,Ae For gator crawls out on the sand for his after Ineu will aultt me (.of .1 rWt'-- i iai and prlcei addrraa tolntnre I'arllrg with the mare fjrfelit the male lover and another for a female lover Ml'ltlUV KBLLKU.il P A rery low II I.Kit, He la a.t eirellent breeler and a aute JlltS. Jl. I TAKinney, Ky. lau lady jilted us because we adopted the dinner sleep he falls a victim. The negro !. The Ky 2fl.tt roil tenter uraia lurnlihr.l at 1; er muMh Due care taken to pr.rent iceldent. or etciiirt, fashion of ou: revolutionary fathers, as it gets from fifty cents to one dollar apiece but will not be .li.uij any . exposed our shape. The Mother Hubbard for alligators. The hunt is curled on so I'kiii.k(k - .N'uM.y la a Jt ! Tiadi-- Mitli ,r ur hit hnr-- atfoi'e--l June 1th. ! ! lMI .1 fi.n . hull hlxh vt an.l Ami at a II black, wnh iuiiII Maraud two wtilleferl. 16 IiiikIi d reuses are anything but pleasant to the vigorously tnat the reptiles are beginning E wa.tirl Uj the haiuplun trolling atalllon 1 Inch high, flue mane and lal. g tony leg, nf in world, tii(irenoword.Smuicler, record 3. I i, . beautiful heal and neck, etellenl ahould r. bark It. eye. They are slazy and unsentimental, to grow scarce. Lw wilt have to bs enmm oy Mauihrino MirilgiH, i Uain liy Ol- - ami loin lit fact faulll.-- a In ayiuiiwtry and will anxiety f r the .ple of. Stanford and ' Iter, he br slabby and disgusting. For that, if for no acted to protect them during the breeding 'il dam by Warner, lib dam Xiia'antee there daean't il.tlll,..! of Lincoln county and promiw. to do the fair thing Helen hawreit l.y Imp. Iranby.Ath dun Nell a letter illtMllon, antllea .ualltlra ha aluoat thrae East shalj giye judgment for the seison and when young. for them If they will lu other reason, I with liltu in either i.wione Lr TH..rnioo P.attler, fih dam ly Imp. Intailal.lr Imptrtatohli pnyeny At an efldtiice roa The London A I.tmeahlre luturaoce Co., of Triia'jir Till dam Nettletop hy Imp. Spread K. that he w produce ery faat buiaea when cruaaed "All sires fiom two to eighteen feet in Llrerpool, defendant." whoeauarefJ'J').0'jO, or de, illli dam by Shirk, '.'th dam by Imp. Jauui. on gixal marrt ia the lact that or hit fery The case was dismissed. We happen to length are now killed. The choice skin is Tbeltoyal, nl Liverpoi, aiMli .'i .IMiT.lTt, or - f hui e hae all the ililff-- l elemnta a nmibl- - iperdletl colli bite nothing bate hlr Wallacedtm Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. TbeLancathlre, of Mancheetir, afieti orer $ii,- nation of the hlirheat t of trotting, par I eg ami to recommend them Iblaof lla.ll a ronclutlte six feet in length. There is as much dif- OOe.OOO. know of fifteen engagements among the iaorji.hbre.1 bluud. therefore Crow'a rinuglr proyt that the tpenl comet (mm the tire foinaof The only line running We promiitlatxtyaUl veil skin and the uetfr m ttjtcf aliutlmnl eHJently m jat produce horaei atIlli u the theculdett-bloikle- by him. maleJ iu tbe land hatepro.uc-e- d young people of this city that have boen ference between the six-fola it colli hUrjMttjpe ot omMoed Mr Aire Johnaonaayt tire could "I and will noTaii th tiil .' .'00)Jay limt. ,rol hare handled more of Nobby 'a rlta than any man, PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINO OARS ..,M, ,Pe tetter than ..2J. broken off on account of these deformed eighteen foot skin as there is between a Hritetohlmorcallonhlia at Lanciter,Ky. lUcoan aoainnT that or All Wm. aaye "no miwikm sTaLLIciNii; Tbt faileat drat heat and they are all latt " Mr Purdom aaocalfskin and an ox hide. The skin is Louisville Poat. dresses. - . Otiikk Livim, letter roiltlertll'e," Mr hit one with tune .' K:, Mtrett tecond lieattlme. 1 it. little handling that It trotting hit mile In 3 ,V, packed In lime for two months to remove -- ou thlnl heal. i.r. t fanrat fourth heat. 7 I'J1,. fattou aayt iwuer cioat 01 IMrtetcan 1m, found 0 Wad Some Powers the CiitieGie Us. the borny scales. Tho remaining process en rjfih heat. : ' He U'at (ioldamllh Maid on Mr K. II. Ntinet aara no rnad la lw l,,n tnr in. ier meritiat I'leTeUod. tlhlo. t inilderln persons think they are better look- n much like that for any leather. It ihat of Ihrm.andetery one a teller." Warren Kuaael'i All raoat tbit waia cinuwiini( rate, ileier:iiely Jockeyed Nobby made a record ol 3 V and wat .. lo W C ing than they really are. Eren the hand- takes four months to prepare a skin. There ailfjut; troi to end, won with no Fair, Clireland, tihlo, lor t0n. Ifneieaatry IaOltlHVlllcC'lllVlUlinlllUHlLfX' From Nervoue.Cbronle and Illood Dlieatet, ftToritlioW hut vTery adeantaicu taken In defeat could gi'enumbert or teatiuionlalt from the beat somest. Handsome people are bo frequent- U a tannery for alligator skins in BrookBratln and Heart Affectloni.M'raik liiKlon, Ky., am Kandj awoud to no triumph erer hoa men of our ceiintry commending Nobby lo Hertout Drblllly, Ilrobru Mown I,un, won iiitt. it on hetrotttoirturt He aired the great u they are handsome and they lyn." the fiTorablecoiialderatlon of all lorert of good ly told that Weaknettct the UldurTi.lllnd. that toll ur SU.liai. aIo tne taat irelding. horat, but wl let t,( abore iiilflee Kiamlne "Has any ore developed an imitation cf drrak llriunry Orsoue.aak your Urutirltt fur often see unconcealed admiration in the Poountra., another of the lauilly, tbe hurte, and If you are dltpoeed to fire bliu your CIXA8. "W.SPECIFIC NO. 13, SCOOr" r.ude a picinir record of i I'.V, an drlter weighing ixlronage I wl'l guarantee value received for your Connectingalligator leather?" eyes of their friends, to say nothing of the W0I10 RENOWNED In tame derx.1 with f.at tralni lor V0110 Pocihontai Irottnl a mile In money. .M pound Nobby It by tlarrard Chief, he by Mm-- I. . . "The frauds are in using imperfect skins. 1. ...... Inn - i" revelations of their mirror, that at last Atiotbrror the great famiinn in ' ! k 1.. t. riiuirnio rayiiiaaier. ne oy ' ly Mndeawgy, trotted thrw conarcutlre heala In Mambrlnn. he be 'Imn tlm,n.',r riarr.r.l rtil.r. they come to the point of exaggerating No limo will soften the horns that have 2 19, 2 IT', l.1 1 Mit prorlng concUilTely that dim, Dullla DUnn. by Frank, g dim by Aratua; ' no oilier fa.ully ofbaiM-stood the attrition of red-hohnre ihnw n to much g. g damkr HambletonUn, c t, sand for half dam by 111'. their physical beauty. Notwithttanding speed aad wonderful tndiiranre. It it tafe to ineile. Nobby'a dam a thoroughbred mare formerrWitll Xlloaijslioz-ttaa.The Direct Honto to Lynchburg, Dan a century. Those skins do not wear well A BLOOD, UltAIN & SERVE TOXIC. ly owned by II, K lloblnaon. of (iarranl county. that im h ureal Nrlanuln ability nerer that there are people who greatly deprecivillo, Norfolk, inheritance. If joarDraggfatdcet not keep tt k blm loonier It ' withouVan it. 11. noli. foryon. 81, per bottle. Coraa.Ilerr anil Irou ate their nice appearance acd others who between the scales. There are other im (tenllemen, eximlnp the alud booki and you la th(JrAteat Medical Dttooeer of modern ttniea. will and that (KuW'isMl utiLKK tracei tertn actually know and philosophically ccpt perfections in the akins. The demand for All Virginia and Nortb Carolina 'or pamphlet, with toll particular, addrva. and on-to Knicllih timnto Imp. Mu'n-the lact that of their plain face, still it is colored goods helps us out, however, as the CHA3. W. SCOTT M.D., Kansne City, Mo. Points. tbe lire of imp Meener Mambrluo Use Dr. SCOTT 8 XlWU I'iZLH. tleketa and lurther hlarlUlit't ful, iltler, ijidy Thorne, bai a reoord of to your neaeat ticket offl.e. or Information, true that in the depths of every human coloring matter covers a multitude of im2 2ft bit full brother. Wnodlake, a record ol 2 JT'J. addrea. J. Ilxaii, w. i:. AltMU.n, In rlewof siring all atiatjctlon, I now put thia lurks a secret, half unrecognized perfections. When you want an alligator bouI there AdertltlnK Agt Ticket ,m A honet aerw.eaat the Terr low price of 815 tta leather of any kind, choose the uncolored impression that they are not quite I usurp 11 .Ttitri'fii I'Oiil, inaiiey duo when 3.0 Vf 3li.li, MI.ouit.u, Ky goods, pay a fair price and you will get the ' the latt it ato'ertitlned or mare iartef with The w. rii.i.Kii. 11. after all. This inipreion arises N"TJi. holaewill aland at my tint lee, I mile weit of neu'i Manacer, (j,' A '., cheapest as well as the handsomest and Stan fori, Ky..o-- i the tantord A Shelby City turn- Hlchmond, Vlrdnla apparantly from two caufe: First, HetpertlJlly, pike T. ,. ClCIlf. best.1' can not see themselves as others aan rf.t V I hate the i.i.lr rdi oi Crow'a Smirgler'a net U.A1IN Tlll'TII AHOIT Till; Iteil hay ttal Im, foaled 111 lire I Tytlnrle A Qcarrel Advertisement. They are nee them. Second, the inward, ilent, inSail ;i it a go.l cie outi.fa pure I. ml trolling Dunn, Mar I rd Ky tirel fy Mr ui irl hl of individuals h usual- learning how to advertise in Paris. mre .nf,aled 'att May, goei all thegiltt-fro- tt, A visible aire df Maud MenenKcr tf cor I .' J'! Marvel, yr I ui e l I reiki very Utt and goen the iiinnln old, 2 ZH, ttm, & MISSISSIPPI B, IV. 3u'4, rworl M n vrallc to ly more beautiful than their esterior, which curious scene was witnessed the other dav P. I). Auikp.iit. LS U. ui a!p S llltli liril on hery traek, A'iel AI Jallah. i stanfoid, Ky., Ktt. f, Hit. trlaU ii' Maciedtewart, 1 Jo gait at best, feebly expresses thought. People in a fashionable quarter. A fashionable at ami other proirl-'r- g onet. unconciously, unceasingly associate this dressed young man walked into a n Klrtt dam Nulo t,y henilnel, record 1 W4 and Only Lino running eoiiii tra lit tlieilrenf Von Arnlni, .' I't'J, 10I1I lo i.iuinio.liire w III' liataeriiti n frniu tlm 1.1 a,.t i ..'.-,.,- . invisible thought or cafe; then, bavin process of beautiful, managed to .tt .i. Kltleonlor JIOCO, Annette, 2 1"., T. A 11 YouiiKfentlnel,2Vi;. .MlKimn, 2.i;v, VHamllere, "mitliern llitlijaT ha- - ... OiiiiiIIhio Iran,. with some attention, he sauntered up anil rather their best interior soul-ligIII , i..lhrM.l.e-.i.lT (Kiiil, J2-- I, rand n.oMme f'nitl-ne- l i lo',,full .' Tj leKil-lhi,their outward, visible faces. Ey this subtle down the garden, finally seating himself 'a,.,Kr aomni'He It lirnther 1 Volunteer, the alrn ofM. Julian. 2 l4, (Hotter. 2 17; Alley, 1 y, Uodine, - !,!'r.,,..,'.!,".,",,",'" " "" nIR ( association of ideas, they judge of their at a small table. To him came n person , ...,,.,ri It'y I mi iiin in FnCTS iUCAnaiKt. nuiiier, V .('., Amy, 2 20', Himthern in luminal,, .( Miuiu-pp- l iirittri t .in Ohio ioaaiv.ri .avre:eev!cv. n - a ilr- nnd a tiore more in th 2 liilawi tiwn personal appearance br a higher stan who, from his conversation, proved to be lllierate "rcoiidiUm, Kilty lliter-- , lh dam ol llertlp KarUr's I;;n Icaia who a tiilnr. who accused him in warm words dard than tint of oulside ob'ervt-rold riiur.l: (W, t.jer-l- d li.rt record 3 a?, Only n e VS? .' ;," and llH'k'niiidiiiii nf Maud ilaawnifcr, 2 2 hy Ah. nnrlfv tit it meaeure their judgment of it merely by of being ungrateful, stating that he had the LIVER in. and cnrlrh tho an clnnatl and St I.oul. .n., . .,!:,. I KIOHEYS, , dill'li. tlinMreoMloMainlth Maid, 2 Till. II. Itoull'id. , sera ami I ,a ,.,... ., "", -- IIOIMIg, ""I'aa-.n- n .' .) llmriid.110, i 22', i Almoin, Ahdallali I'ilot nllifr iviiiti. l, riii.i (he casual impression given by the physical dressed him on credit for five years. The JtEALUJI nndVIUORrf YOUTH: lo alt o llTir .. illscaaea r"iii,l mn'ti'ii rid (Dlcltn H'.Mi , " Ju" "T . Ac, Ac .: linJn.Klit ii,. i lf m.iol A,icl.l .liidlsit. formation of the body and face. In short, young fellow fired up and declared him- - eiecUllt HUM dull hy Itial Jarltet. (tire of the dam ol "'ll , ,11 It uurku tlon, l,.nk it lit im Krntuiky Wtlkw. 1 21 and the urim lain of feu Ni, 11 1 it 0 individuals, aaide from tho'e whose self lninlteil. A crowd gathered and eag- with liiiinvUalv and vni .ki1.1til uaiillt. IIiiiih, Lino ?Z lr,7i ,'; 'S . w mnv. Lnlivciu WllkM.alre ol l'hlll hftmp.on - Uiult, iM.mg Clli. ,2 1,'jnad iw. inutirlri mil mr 1 I.maii t 7 p and? u jrar-mfalsely qualifier their catiafieil opin- er eira listened to the high words. Final-ly- . tho mind uud supjilii Hum I'onn. rn.iiril. 1 i) liy l'iiu, dy Slieruuil l(ir ""tt,wliliih .uilii.i)i lioiii nil complalntf atan, Ihealreiit Vernnnt lllaik llwk, m,mv air nl I nV:?VAf2',,',.',?'y",.,,,,,,,., 0 . ........,., I .1 . ,,,,, nwmi eo constantly accustomed to tueir J E. O ,ii L. A I"s,1C(t )' nil ir to Hull . x will ilml l.i to convince hi quondam lailor that f ion, are unci mikee run. "tlier trottert. lint Ja Thijiiccata '.on w. atand the preent a(.ion I ',. ,' rt,"'n latCU 'IONIC s ui uiilantly DR. my itahit. iu .M, Irjvllle at JJ lo V '.' f "! M;,,ll1 ,,jr ? ''.'If ,'ro,,,"r ,0 "lact "", k higher tuotiK"t"i and io unaccustomed to another house was cheaper anil letter, the euro,HAKTERS HKlM'a'l' r mil luullht coiuploxliui. s ?ee"J,'L,t,."r,.,,r-.Imih hy Colt till H.nnliiK ilme" lie ',,t.a"t,.'r Tho flr.iiiK: ti iiinim In tho tuluu 01 lilt. lot ,fZ the sight of their reil face, that they are late client pulled out hi bill for the gar- IlAIITI'.ll'l lll"V'lili la Dial freiIM ntalteinpti IiKjiipy. IMuia. it Trim eri'rrr ..retalntal: Itm It r.. III . .l.lfe.uVM.and ,11. n Krauuaire 01 .nauu Th() OlllV LilW '"'"""''I'lctmnti.i liixk-ritu':,i.. ........ci.iuhii, u w. I..II.... -il.l . . . ... nt couuli;rfi li.iit lliviiipujr i.i.h uitdt'd a uriKiu iiiano,-- nT nay, uttii tdack mane am Iu ' .l " """correctly causlni: their own ments he wore. The name, price, address, llyoftlio orlyi it um t. lurm all)10dvtlro IhmIIIi incapable of 1. ,,:,' .,,' .'''...', "; Nettle, 2 l3, which can guarantee a conllnuoiK trip Ii 17 ,"'c ,''0"f lifiyearaold. and lot hit trailing makei ito J N ,,? unioiMAL au hust 00 not ixpoiiiii. ThU ij epecially ect., wera rend aloud, ami the open mouthII- - ia i0' ,"f0r,',,,AW,,7'' 2J ".':' ",lr,Jr llui Iw,,. I'uckden. he hy lliy MH- - ",r,f''e " ' personal appearance. isenil ni'J tjtoiuti'- - tiiirtor siw ix. lleton. out ol Mary tnii Il.ukden V.i ,iot hy r,H' ": BOOK." wTV'a mV'.': ,l,f,tV ' if,Vu" .' I'tur soli. jMlly Trjlna flrr .n to til. Uuis Ht.Iuii. M; Iu. our DIll-- M h ' LV ?,'.!', ? bZ UU V ' "'",' true of these whoie face attraction ed crowd drank it in. The enternririne UtA Hlfden.i wlniiiu ol M. Iluerfttakw hjery far iu ihreoTialni Jtum ThroiiL-h- . lulluf ur rnaJ uirl ijljimallon.Iiee. ', ' T Jl," ' huk-- i, IM1, and a a J1i"" 'l rf01r"'2158the charm of expreion tailor who got up this little drama found On. HArtTEn's ir,o Tomo is foh Sale ar au the Don, depeuds more upon Li '? ,r," """ "" "y won tho Wwxlcote Maku, the Cliaiupame b'takca I1' Sleeping Cars on Night Tralni. 1'alaio V.l'o o," ' M","1,l,r1"0 'r""""' 'lre.of V"? l Tralni. No and the T Chicago Herald, slRkMj; tl,t ol Couse.1.irnco JeV Li !?i?X' i'r rather than upon the contour, complexion lin proOt. tlnnge or t'ara lot any claet ot ,i''',K".lr mhrIiio "kl,M 'l L8,wl"1 '!'" ''' Middletun. 1I1111. Jlarr ?1 ptctig.ra. i:v,.ry paracngcr cfalB.ly Knight of Stitoderlck'e 2d1st K.'.ult I y regularly cut features. There is abjo- or .w'. 1T n m'" ?h,"',V?yi w,oc.lfgr.l .. .............., ,xj aw.,.. 11a aai.-- t;ui haiaaeatliin 'Jhiougli far. All VI dam I'roblem I. "iuclld: till dam I'h- - h'!i ",'l 1liJ,V,,! "b.r,'i? ' ere tarried mi Kxprnea lutefy no face bo unfamiliar to you as your Himself. rnifllili Hun. renimaly C'ervantei. oth dam Marianne liy Sor- - ,r,V,r.'' d,V" h7 '"'I'aroloon "Look here, Mis Toantwo," rr.al!,'! ,il'e'"'H't and UuleUat Jdi.o cerer; l,tb dam Thomailna hy Timothy; 7th dara !" ,1',. '"Vj'f'iT llo.1!,t'"V "'if A Wallah own face, It Is another odd certainty that said V'"C. ""i"' "' '"'"ll ,0 Crimsonbeak to the villiage echool JI(,,"n?. tran.fer Cincinnati far' .aiKi.siWo omnlbm 8th dam by .', .5Aer,',,"'1ril? fuil.,.'E.,b Iroiu fis.i ''. impressionable persons invariably feel the teacher, fa wnlut nyphon, 'Jth dam Hulck'i t'l.arlotte hy lllank 10th jJS lI,al ,,0,J "my boy says you kissed him the dam l.y f rub lllhdam by Dyer'a IHiuple: I2lli .L1 iT t'.T" "i? ,lr.? "'' Kra lain; hl dam Ii Ixllllt and consciousness of appearing to bebetter other ,,an M!." ,'"?1 foal T.,.l5.lSrcctKoiitoSf8iJ; dim y Hethclfa Caitaray; .3 1. dam by AVIi'yno day for naying his leseon. Is that . .'' Weit Mill dam lineal marn. Marv t'ralu'a Hr.t .1. ,,".,.; looking In the presence of some people so?" ". "'" ""'" " "iiu iivia aim carrliKe. lie .l IUVJT( f1, . ""T" Dunn's 2 i unituiii l.; Killer CK Uhu. 2d Vorella Vane tto ,V :" V,"' V". " u."V with other. Many per-soSolid liuurr!,, and much plainer o, at y the ( olonel In England: 8,1 "Yes, air," timidly replied the spinster. f,? , by Illnck- ,n 10 ock tth by I'mnluiu; fllh Otertuii, Cth Walnut; W"li " nt' "i ".".'i'Vll-- ,r.".i,.t'.i!lk .II'T. HJ. ..ui. have the dUagieeable faculty of mak"Well," continued Crimsonbeak, "don't aaaaaaaCaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKntVVHiHiaaaV 1.1 siutt;.; siu j'lraciiiHuii uy Xiamen; vtn 1'roptl- H ing you potently feel your own deficiencies, let that occur again. If there ia alaleiuenti contrary to tho tteai by lteijulna loth Jenny Spinner by I'ortner: Alto will aland a arode-icrat- e any III in ireiir.aontaiinn. .i lltbOreyhoundi 12th .jciihomtba, dam by otherwise, while others physically and ''' them areiinwoVlr hen.n'tu" to be done I'll attend to lnml" Bay Harl 13th dara It'Arcy't Chestnut 1'UU"C' not only In tbeao, but , other matte ." 'iramau, have the opposite quality, making you Yonkera Statesman. Sii?SB'W",JSsii"SiaT5.w ifin mare. n u tine biiiui; istn 1.IU Montaguo -- , ESr " 7 TO I N.HI! 11 K. .I.M.Hall aayi ho bought feel better pleased with yourself In every At tue lame place we will ataud our fino Jack, name muli-- t In the neighborhood where he made a I)o Not Ohio ho Deceived To put a profeaaional politician in charee acaton and they were good onet uud lio hua the conclous homely feeling is Mliel direction. The reputation of being a good breeder. '"i-ino! or Its ot a ia to weaken public confi.:: ',"' atatementa an.l experienced more perceptibly with those Address i. o. ItUX.V. rill out to the letter, "lane tho public, rjtanford, Ky. till Kor lull and reliable who perceive only the external side of dence in the department, for, rightly or The combined italllon, hai recorered from dlatem-t- r At $8 toiniireallr'ni coltYoung weaning Ii S due time ai hone. lormation In regard to llowman and wljj i e i uj:tted l teivemarc reart old, 13 Uandi hlb and waa bred by (leorge things, and who can neither respond to wrongly, the people believe that any man Washington, of Iloyle county. He vrai tired by nor draw forth the best that lies within tbe who makea a business of politics is mean At $15 to Iii8iiro a Lh'liiK Coll. Hirley'a Compromlte, lie by Tlppacanoe, lie by liy MeaMDger Chief; dam by Alcalde, (lire by Hy- enough to steal a letter or anything else Henry Clay'a Warrior. Young Kowuao'a dam wa.a n rancy vtr, '2 SO, Ac-- , 1'aiMDger Ag't Ohio AMlMlMlppfrt.lhv.y. interior soul of nature, Marea pait tired at 92 rat month, Kor further waa br Andy Rice; g, dam by Honrer; g. g. dam ":.. mike theieaaonofloU will ".' at Mr. Lea Yeager'i) which he believes will furthur the purpose particular!, call ca or addrtM by Old Wagner, g. p, g. dam by a Malteio Jennet, Ky rrovldence Neighborhood," Danville, Ky., at "(J irau tone power iu 1 giitie gie uj( w. w. pea hod y. . U AVIS II 31 AS, w. in,,. Arr ul . of his party. Jl. T. iXt Jl, H. HUHHKLIj, fy. aflSToIuanr. New York Herald. To w ourulvM ai ot&tfc mi ui," lt.U.l). 211-SUnforJ, Ky. MllltdgaTllIe, I first-class Cniulrr-Journtlritor-lur- e. HUIIG030N UKNTIHT, POSTED SOUTH & WEST Fire, Lightning Tornado 1 IOWEST EATB3I & J. II. Baldwin -.i .ii 1 Co., K I1M 1 tr T4. ,.'''" rlae " 1 pur-cht- tr. 13:-3- 23 , MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr and its dl-f- Louisville, NewAlbany nicago railway. Pullman Palace -- Iu.."i ' NOBBY! 1 )( flrtt-cla- altl-llo- lliin ' Crow's Smuggler! k e. 1 ' I m Pire Fire Fire KI.VAIItl r.l-j)Ml- .lr '' -I Wif -- iHM-e- Kentucky's Itoute . .j,, e y d SUFFERERS Ciinall-tntlonaai- fa.i fld -- A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. I I'll-gn- Xr. H.iwi-iorn- 1 COCA.GEERIRON T 1 (M.1-,- . -- i.. d a I pre-fa- NewYorli. . " f 21am-brtn- Abdullah MoSaSongor! plain-lookin- g .. Indi-vidua- ls ifpiy," -- soul-worl- d 1!7 J -- well-know- at-tra- 19 BC KOliEUICK DIIU! i GOD.J-CEUlullit-To- m c The hi rii ...& . 1 i'i-,- s h iy 2- lularriirt-eeiitailiin- . . si The - Ii 1 I 11 i . I self-conce- lU-i- l Th 0 ..:' l. '"''T,"' y J "n""r k-- it ..,. 8 -- -'. I 11 .ii.l.. I 1 uiu I ""'".' jri-i- 1 .r Z.rl J"? i'n'.'' - yW.' JOE ABDAIiLAH! 1 o; " ""J'f' ?';' '''T ''" "' a lhl Daily Trains pun-iahme- tin-mon- 'a GUOI MULE JACK ale .." ''"', post-offic- e YOUNG BOWMAN time-Mone- .. .,....:,'''.,l,, -- MESSENGER Z9I-I- PRINCE, lf 283-J-