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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884052301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi H -VOLUME XIII. j$c mi-S31e III COUNTt. PAINT LICA, GARRARD Imfefw lonftuiL 23, 1884. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY CRAB ORCHARD. LINCOLN NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER 253. chin $nle riorjounml COUNTS Call at J. rJhaw ftlinlaton'a: for fresh W. P. WALTON. Vubltnhetl Titcttlaw fftul Jrldnv, ga.oo xoe. a.nivum K wt have to When paid ttrielty In advance. lt nr time. 83.50 will U charwd. t Why the Internal Revenue Har Taxes Should Be Abolished. u , The Internal rereniie houM ba cleaned dollar of It left. Thia tax comM from labor an! t a burden to that About JHO.OOO.OOO are raised amount from whisky; it only put a cent a Rlaaa on the price and has not diminished it) umi It haa built up a tnonstrotta whisky monopoly, atroni? noui(h to enter fongrew and try lo control lrxUUtion WhUky U not luxjrjr, but a ntcewary and without it ecience, the artx rtml many branchet of uiechanliu could not be carried on. It U a uiittakan idea that the tax in only paid by the whlaky maker; he put the tax on the buyer from him and eo on down the Kale, until it reached the ihnnlderi of labor. Tobnccj li not a lixurr, but a neccaaary, if we are to jui!e by the numler who ue it nearly eTery one you meet. Ia there any reaaon why a farmer ahotild not Kfow tobacco with as little reatralnt a corn or He can not under the rerenue potatoe law, for the eye of paid epie are alwaya upio him and heia never trusted. The law I one of the iioiit pernicioua crer made It create' crime, otherwise unknown, and drK thoe charged with the law humlreJi of nillea to a fulled Matt court The machinery of the Internal Iteventie law it an expeii'lve at oppr"lTe, coating the lax ptyera JS.OOO.OOO a year to keep it . "ili up, and creating abore 1 ,'$ (be money ralaed frjui t ie taxpay llraide, er by the barah Uw U not vnM by the out and not canned good. J. Hliaw KJtnlaton keeps constantly on hands fresh Oranges, Lemons, llninas, Ac. Give him a call. It. B. Ward and W. P. Tatem have something we have opened a butcher-shop- ; needed foraome time. You will find E W. Jones' atock of drtiga fresh and pure, and prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours, Geo. W. Evana obtained the contract to furnish beef on foot for the C O Hpringa The company will do their own butchering We are glad to report Mian Birdie Hardin aa improving. Hhe has been very low with typhoid fever and at one time her life waa almcwt dlapaired of. We are aorry indeed to chronicle the death of our Dramatic Society. It is sad Indeed for one to die so young, eaecially when their prospecta for future greatness were so flattering. "Peace to thy ashes." The funeral of Mrs. Chru Hutchison took place at the Christian church last Tuesday morning, after which her remains were Interred in the Odd Fellows' cemetery at this place. Whit Montgomery sold lo an Indiana party 7 short yearling pedigreed cattle for $350. It H. Bronaugh sold to Pence A. Lynn 10 grade calvea for .September delivery for $200. James McAlister sold to the same party for the same delivery 5 calvea for $100 Col. While five colored men were at work on a church at Lowell Tuesday, the scaffold fell and hurt three of them badly, John Hocker was seriously hurt and the doctor saya he will not get over It. The businesa of Mr. It M. Argo ha increased so that he waa forced to get help in order to supply hia customers. He has s emploped Mr. McLaren, a harness maker of Mechaiiicsville, Ohio, and will have a No. 1 saddler next week. Jimmle, a little son of Mr. Ed Ballard, rode Into town horseback and a he was getting oirhii horse he held to the bridle. The horse' head waa pulled to one side and he fell and caught the little fellow under him, but fortunately he fell in a gully nnd the weight of the horse was not on him. One of hi stirrups waa mashed to pieces. For Sale, a drug and grocery store in first-clas- my businec con flicts somewhat with my duties aa railroad agent and it la the desire of the railroad a company that all employees devote exclusively to the service of the company. Consequently I offer my stock of drug and groceries for sale. I have a nice line of goods and a No. 1 stand for the bus iness, A good drug store ia badly needed here and a good druggist can make money. Any one can get a bargain by addressing or calling on me at Paint Lick, Ky. C. B. Eogleman. Mr. Armstead Adams, St., of Mt. Vernon, is visiting his brother, Willie Adams. Mr. Scott Karris left hia race horses long enough to run over and see hia better half Saturday evening. Scott says he has cot two of the best prospects for racer now that he ever handled. Col. A. M. Swope waa at this week. Mr. F. M. Mr. Ed Ihllard' Lute and wife will go to Kansas on a yisit next week. Prof. Damond ia trying to organize a singing school at New Hope Chinch. Mr. W. K. Argo and Mr. Mc- Lain, teacher at the Deaf and Dumb Institute, Danville, were up on a visit to Mr. It. M. Argo Sunday. them-aelve- Paint Lick. I find that John Buchanan is taking in the Louisville races. Mr. John Buchanan, of The Cost of Dogs. An Iowa man figured up the cost of keeping dog in his State and finds that they eat enough annually to feed 100,000 I am In receipt of the bandtomett and mott complete line of workmen, and counting in the damage they do the sheep farmers, the dogs cost the State SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY $11,000,000; while the education of all the I have ever handled, to wblch I Invite youratten-tlon- . unmutl earn in Itt election, Harlnn children in the State is less than half that I am aure thattaken an examination will prore mutually adrantagtou. (Jive tneacall. sum. MHS ItKLltE llVOlIEH, 212-t- f btanford, Ky. A Tennessee man make out a similar condition of affairs in hi State. He finds -TIIEthere are 300,000 worthiest dogs, which consume enough if fed to hogs to make pounds of bacon, which would be Commencement equal to feeding meat to 100,000 - OK TIIK- men a whole year. At ten centa per College pound the bacon would be worth $3,000,-00- 0 and if in silver would load down ninety-fWILL our wagons and make a wagon train more than half a mile long. Again Begin on Sunday, June 1st, the worthlesn whelp prevent farmers from keeping 2,000,000 sheep, the mutton and . wool from which would be worth about o?i3:b with Tint-A- nnual Including the sheep now an$5,000,000. Sermon, by Rev. P. T. Hale, nually killed, the whole expense of keepOf Danrllle. ing the dog of the State amounts to the pretty sum of $0,000,000. Tennessee ex- - THE ANNUAL CONCERT pend $3,000,000 for educating her children Will be glren at the tame place on Three dollars for dogl One dollar for TUESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 3, childrenl At S o'clock, and the regular Another writer, after making careful esCOMMENCEMENT EXERCISES timates of the damagedone by the dogs in ON W ED.IIUDiY NHII1T. the Northern State alone, finds it cost not Formerly the EiercIiM were held on Wednei-da- y le than $33,000,000 annually to support nnd Thnraday nightt, hut a change hat been our dogs, a sum that would buy 105,000 made fur convenience. farm at government price for land, or it would buy 132,000 neighborhood libraCARTER'S ries of "00 volumes each. TO THE LADIES IdLi. "JE. DS A.nNr3BLJS, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, llAM.S UW, M.NCOh.l CO., KI. LAHCASTKIl ADTKBTI8KJIMTSI. P. WALTEB sun 033 on bunvah B- Office over Citltent National Bank, from ItoIJA, m. and from 1 to 5 r. M. LANCA8TEB. KY. Exercises l. v. iiunntK. able-bod-lt- d ATTOHNEY8 HUBBLE & ,. v MMMm; BUBBETT. Stanford Female Will practice In Oarrird and adjolnlnj LANCASTER, KY. AT XaVW, 14--1 j-- ln iHM.T'J'-0fflcf- l Square. Itoblntati UV Hit two-horr- e oer-a- house, ENTERPRISE Grocery. ImncuNter, Kcntuclyy GEO. B. BURDETT cfc OO.. m-s- ivc Lately been Making Extt Additions Stock 01 IV. reasonably light and compressible. To nanuie mm is, tnereiore, a mere song. Any man can do it. In fact, the more ignorant of bees a man in the more easily he Why the Drummer was not Drumming. can handle one. The main difficulty seems Among the ftorie told at the Twenty-fiftto be in quieting the man down afler he l)ilnton l u liorerrment reunion waa the following good one; A full Text ol tho Bill Increasing the has handled a small but frolicsome bee. The Democratic Position on the Tariff. Whisky Tax. One of tho drummers, while the regiment There have been men known to race ' An Act to amend article two of chapter uiorr money nhould he ollecled was on the move, had a lot nnd eventually lose penchant for ninety-tw- o of the General Statute, title around a t than necfary for the want of the their salvation, after handling one bee for foraging on hi own account, and the chick "Jtevcnue and Taxation." economically admlnlterel." en had to root high lo ea:ape hi far Skc 1. lit enacted by the General ltm- the tenth part of a second. The scientific ;.' custom duty v mW h ntipofd on reaching hand. Whenever night over- Wy of the Vommmvcaltn 0 AennucAy: the journal means well, no doubt, hut what the which will any article aboTe ilir -took them this drummer had a good sup- tax on license hereafter shall be a follows, country really needs is an article on how f revenue. yield the !arit'l ann ' per provided for himself. On one occa- viz: On a license to keep a tavern, ten dol- to avcid handling bees. uch rate diacrimu n.... uuj be inaile sion he had raked in a couple of turkeys lars; if with the privilege to retail vinous A youni; and sickly Tariff Bill lay decndinrf in the icale of duties; or lor im and had put them into his drum for con or malt liquor, fifty dollars; if with priviupon a democratic bed. Ita lov reavers, the article may be placid peraiiTe veuience in carrying. When the regiment lege to retail spirituous liquors, or spirit" ing lamer naicning uy 11 ASKeu. in the li't of those free from duty wa ha fled for the night, the colonel Im- uous, vinous, and malt liquor, one hun"My son, shall I prop you up a little?" "The nuximum reeenur duty should be mediately ordered drM parade, and the dred dollars. "l'leaae, pa." imposed on luxuries '' 'J The tax on a licenes to a coffeeSko drummers were expected to beat up. The The father tenderly raised the invalid's ' All Uiiuimumf and all specific dutiei forager made his drum stlcka go, but the house keeper, if with the privilege to retail head and thought he was getting it in a annul! tiabtfliohed, ad valorem dtitieaaub-slilutequick eyed colonel noticed that he was not spirituous liquor, or spirituous, vinous, comfortable position when in their place, care beinu taken to and malt liquors, shall be $100; if with the drumming. Crash! Thud! agatLitt fraudulent inToieee and guard "Adjutant," eild the colonel, "that man privilege to retail vinous or malt liquors, Forty-onslats had slipped out of place, and to aM:e the duly on the Why ain't he drum shall be $50. isn't drumming. and the bed gave way. actual market value." Sko, 3, The tax on a merchant or drugming v The poor little Bill had passed. "Pattea ahould be o imposed a to operThe adjutant stepped up to him, say- - gist to sell vinous or malt liquors shall Yea, verily, over the river of death. an equally a pOMtble throughout the ate be $50; and on a license to sell spirituous, Ing,"Why ain't you drumming?" Chicago News. neithor for nor Union, diwiimlnatine. liquors, shall be $100. drum-me- r, vinous, and malt "Bfcaiife," said the quick-witteagaintany clam or section " Now comes the Hon. Henry Watterson "I have got (wo turkeys in my drum If more than one person is engagid, the sum herein mentioned shall be paid by and appeals to us in a most affecting manMr J. 8. Imogen", the new President of and one of them ia for the colonel." president of the Higera I'p to thia point the conversation hfd the firm: JYon'dVtf, That no license tax ner to know why we have said that the the Ii & N Work, at I'aterMD. N. J., which been carried on eotto voce, but when the shall be nquired of any druggist who tells democratic party cannot carry the country he founded He l a gentleman about 55 adjutant reported, the colonel raited hia liquor for exclusively medical purposes: on the new Kentucky platform. We an yeara of ge, but baa nerer bwn connected voice so that all could hear, "What! Sick And praxiited, ThiH this act shall not be ewer tnat we nave never said any such in an active rapacity with any railroad ex i he' Why didn'hesay so before? Send conatiued lo modify or repeal an act, thing. We have not discussed tho KenHartford Times. entitled: "An act to further regulate the tucky platform. We take no interest in it. cept the Louiaville and Xaahviilf j to the him to hia tent at once." retail tratlio in spirituous, vinous, and malt It is n sham. It is not for free trade; it is directory of which hf waa elected in Oc The Game of Marbles. liquors and nostrums used as a beverage," not for protection. It is gush aud gamHe t an energetic, active toher 1882. I hive often wondered how that favorite mon mixed. It m a jupgle.and a verbore approved May 5, 18S0. huBiii'M man and hia election to the Presiite game of the small boy, marhlea, came merchant or and tcdiout kind of juggle at that no doubt proveutla Skc. 4. Any tavern-keepe- r, N. dency of the road into vogue, but never found out until a late cotl'ee-hous- e keeper or other person, who Y Sun. factory. Ala meeting ol the Board thia visit to Birmingham, where I came aero shall sell spirituous, vinoun.or malt liquors week M. H. Smith, vice president, made A merchant traveler at dinner requested an old antiquary whs enlightened me. He without having obtained a license therefor, the waiter to bring him some rare beef, and an inf.rmsl report, thiwlng the groiw said that a century ago it wa a popular earning' vt the vear to be $14 500,000; net amusement with staid and professional shall, on conviction, pay a fine of $00. when it came it was. rare indeed. "WaitSec 5. All act or part of act in con- er,'' he remarked warningly, as he looked After deducting the earn. ok 1750,000 men, who used to asemh!c in the marble flict herewith are hereby repealed. fixed -- lnrgeH of S4.200.000, thia leaven a at tho nndone dish. "Yes, sah," respond"alIey,"or nlcove connected with the inn Sec. 0 Tni act is in force from its pass- ed the darkey. balanreof 51,500 000 for mocn njuivalent of the lonn, to pas an hour or two in "Take this beef out, age. to 0 per cent. Mr. Baldwin reported that please and kill it." The waiter crawled amueuient. Think of it, boyfl Gry old Plantation Philosophy. certain fiindn of the lompany, had into a napkiu ring and disappeared. men, genuine grandfather, would hang Dar neber wuz a man so smart dat dai Merchant Traveler. invested in the purchase of a itock com-pau- their cocked hat on oaken peg and taking wusn't somebody else smarter. which, when roM, produced a low of from private hook their own particular .Stid a poet to an unfortunate speculator: board declined to recog-nU- e De hes' pusson is made 'o de emilo an1 de 5200 000. The kneecap of stoutly-lineleather, go on tritwtction, and thf amount wa their knees and deep the delight of "al- tear, istinshints an' rain is whut makes de "Don't you think that tho opening lines of the in Tennyson's little poem, 'Break, break, break' cotton. ninde gcod by Mr. Baldwin. ley tos" and "commoneya" and familiar When erole man gits mad he's awful. are plaintive and ad?" "Yes,'' was the cry of "knuckle down." A fe of these al- De ole f.imily lions, when he runs away, melancholy reply. Hut I think 'Broke Thei Mutt Ca. The I'hinme have all the vlce of thi. cove are still in existence in connection t'ars de bugiry 8" ter pieces. broke, broke' is a good deal sadder." De mo' er man thinks 'o hise'f do mo' he country and nome other vice Imported with ancient ho8telrle.--Cincinna- ti Hope deferred does not luake the chronOH think 'o de debel, for in nil ting de debil from ilFote AhI.i upon which no protective r heart sick. It ia he who ic mut Candidnte for the chairmanship of the shows dat he 'eiders hisse'f fust. tarill lna been pid. The Chlnei-of noi-e- a republican convention become more nuDe oU fool is defool whut tricnter'vince makes other people Hick. go! They are guilty of a novelty wlucu Hdinliewng. They re beaatly in merous a June approachee. George Wil- his 'iiuaintanceH dat dar ain' no Ood, fur at Buck fen's Arnica Salve. the favorite among the Ed- de las' he crie wid de loudes' voice an' their lnblln They wer out more Miirtx liam Curtis The beat take In the world for Cuts, Urulaes, in tho mund men of Nuw York; from Massachuwants muesj de iiuickes. Da smart man Sores, Ulwra, halt Hneum, Ferer Sores, Titter, in the wailnng than the owner do wenrim,', and then have the impudence to setts there are Hour and Lonj Harrifon, may teach yer how ter lib, but de Chris Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all sklu Krupttons aud positively cures l'ilei, or no pay redemand the full price of the ohirt In con Indiana, haHapiratiom; Connecticut, Mis ten tell yer how ter die. quired. Is Is Kuaranteed to give perfett Mtlafic-tiouDe man whut tell one truf, aldough it sideration 01 its ruin. Their gentle Rmilen souri, Michigan nnd Minnesota all furnish money rclunded. 1'rlcj 2i cents per box. are fraudulent. Their bland wanner are names and Ohio, of course, ask for the may make de whole curmunity mad, is For tale by Penny .t McAlister. a now hut old e'nay confidence. Their al- honor, not through Keifer, who l not a Rreater den de man who tells a hundred A Remarkable Escape. lies to please do neighborhood. Truth, folleged helplenHiieM a cheat. Their slmplici-t- y delegate, but through McKlnley. Mrs. Mury A. Dalley, of TunUianuock, V.. go! The Chinese iiiuat way, isde foundation oh in duplicity. Ik tho republicans nominate Arthur, and lowed in the right was stlllctod for six years with Asthma and may 'muse and should be clean-eDe liar They are a diaor:ance during which time the bett physicians can keep It. B. Hayes and John Sherman dia world's happiness. out. If they stay ihey will interfere so from taking the etump against him, they de folks, hut nobody wants to ax yer 'pin-Io- n could Rive no relief. Her llle was deipalted of, Arkan-sauntil lu last Octoler alio procured a llottlo of Dr. consarnin' a 'portant matter. much with tho rest of the laundry work will stand a good chance of winning. King's New Discovery, when immediate relief Traveler. that no genuine labor performer will be Louisville Time. w.is felt, uud by continuing its use for a short UN wife make hU living. The nble to have Many, innocent soundinx expressions, says time tho was completely cured, Raining In tlesh What will cure the Whooping Cough? Thatli leproua meddlers in the great socialistic a qucatlon akel every day. We can answer that the London Standard, have a etrong mean- 55 lbs 111 a few mootlis. Free Trial Dottles of movement must go. (.Denver opinion. we have lound the remedy In I'splllou Cough Cure. ing, while on the other hand many strong this certain cure of all Throat snd Lung Diseases It nater tiiAaod can be adralulttered to InlanU Bounding expressions are perfectly irnocent. st Penny A McAlister Drug Storn. Large Dottlts Sl.vO Elder Shome, in hU Sunday' dUcourne, without danger. It li perfectly harmless, For If a little boy said, for Instance, that he referring to the Infamous outrage on tale by Mclloberta & Htagg. iu 7fese are Solid Facts "didn't enre a dam," be would probably The best bloxl system Judge Heed, aaid the Judge was struck dlseatti rill!n Jllood Cure cures allblood, as orlgloa-tin- g get into trouble, yet there is no barm in ever placed within purifier and auflerlng regulator the reach ot In any Impairment of the humani FlU, threo hlovffl with a club something the the phrase, except, of course, that "don't ty, truly la l.lectrle Hitters. Inactivity of the i. Anannli.tilck Headache, and Female sUo of nn ordinary neck yoke. One blow Is a Liver, Dlllousness, Jauudlce, Conatlpatlna, Weak For sale at Mcltoberta A Btagj'i. care" came to a bad end. A "dam" was on the right shoulder, probably paratrifling value; not to Kidneys, or any disease ol the urinary organt, During the season for mosquitoes and other small Indian coin of on the or whoever rejulres an sppctlw, Ionic or mild lysing tliH nrni; the two othsta were dam" is not to care two pence. tinging Insects, and of poUouad plinU, l( your "care a stimulant, will always Hod Electric Hitters the head. Either one waa powerful enough to akin It Impure, a bite will swell and fester unlets beat and only certain cure known. They act tnrely Mind an or. With hi victim thus you apply I'apilloa Skin Cure. A tingle applicaBoston shop keepers designate the Dull- and quickly, every bottle guaranteed hv to giro enness which the fair give (hem the "hen tire satlifictlon or money refunded. Mold a) jiaial.'a'. tho cruel cowhide was merciless- tion will neutrality the pulton. For sale by 1 Stag. fitly cents a bottle by Penny & McAlister. trade." ly used. is ehc-lderh ten-acre Got-eminen-- Vermont, who spent the past winter with relatives here, returned home this week. Miia Mary Hansford ha been quite ill for rereral days. Mirs Belle Livingston has been visiting Misa Beauregard Hliurt for several days past. Mr. Case, of Kansas, Is here prospecting, either with a view of locating or with an eye lo matrimony, public sentiment is divided upon the subject. ro Their A scientific paper announces that in its next Issue will appear an elaborate article entitled ' How to Handle Rees." Now, a bee is not a difficult thing to handle. He is as easily picked up as a strawberry, and Bid; Ileadaeho and relieve all the troubles t a bihous state of the system, such as Kansca. Drowaln ess. Distress after "tins;, . n in ,ip. while their mott remark able success hat been eLow n In curls? Inet-d-- st CURE A-- Viz-im- s, And now have the Best Stock ia Cos tral Kentucky. They have Parlor and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, Cane and Penitentiary Chairs, Marble Top, ihs Centre Stand & Extension Tables, s, .. ii Woven Wine, Cot-te- n Top andHair Mattresses, Folding Bed LonK-geHeadache jet Cart ci'sLlttle Liver Pilleare equally Beds & Cots, Wardrobe Timablo in Constipation, curing and preventing and Sofas, and Everything Else th's annoying complaint, while they alto correct dlaorders of tho stomach, stimulate tho liver First-clas- s Furniture Stortv and regulate the bowels. Even U tiny only carul Kept in a SICK M He-lo- w hori-zontal- ly Aetie they wonld be almost priceless to those who son" HEAD ACHE Granulated Sugar Prlcea. r from this distressing complaint; but fortunately their sjoodneasdoet not end her e,and those who once try them TflU nnd theae little plllt valu. blelnao many ways that they wftl rot be willing to do without them. Dut after ail tide head HARPER'S PERIODICALS, Harper'a Harper's Harper's Harper'a Harper'n (32 PER YKAK. Majaalne Weekly Young People U 4 OO Bar .. 0 e of to It thebane great many Uvea that here is where we boast. Our JU1 core It while make our .. others do not. Carter's Uttfe Liver TOls W'WT very easy to take. OneortwopUlswakeadoao. They are atrictly vegetable and do not gripe or who action please imrse, bat by their ttcntlecents : flya for all 80U . sethenu In vials at 25 mail. by drasglste o try whet c, or tent by ?' I GARTER MEDICIXE CO., Now York. Franklin Square Library, one year Numbers) m o Postage Free to all subscribers In the UaUetl. States and Canada. llemltttncea thould be male by PoMJo. Money Order or Dralt. to avoid chance ot loar. Newspapers are not to copy this adverUaensasfi without the xpreta order of Harper A Urothfs Address HARPER A BltO.S., New Yosts. t38 1 1 M' Ali sie -- CJjWMj JSiMrcw. w&4$. IPHABMAC1STS -- DKALBRS Ilf- - Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Article. Also I Physicians' prescriptions accuratelyHcompoaode JKWKfiEKSI I Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry paired on short notice and Warranted hi-e- v, d Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- reys. Carriages, Jcrsey and Open Spring Wagons, Village Carts, En-1'lf- '- office-seeke- ic. 1 The largest stock ever iu Stanford and the beat to be found in Central Kenrs or tucky, embracing about twenty five different styles from tho leading this in the United States. Persons contemplating buying a vehicle manu-facture- Hron-chitl- s, d this season Spring should eelect the same or place their orders at once; for at with ordera vehicl;3 are invariably over-runil manufacturers of to eight vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from four first-clas- s n and if tho and weeks tD obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finish dry a- - firat-cla-ss w job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. All work sold by me will be found to be such as have been deceived myself, and in that event tho Call and examine my stock and in style, quality and price. I represent them, unlew purchaser will be fully I I will do my best to please you y, Weak-netae- You can get a- - good vehicle from me and tn a guarantee on reasonable pricee as you can obtain any whero else and get from home. Kan-p- ec them, besides that is worthltsa to you when buying away tfully, GEO. 0 WEAKEN, Mfg.'s Alt., STANFORD. KIT. The lawyer of Kentucky met in May 23, 1884 Frank- Stanford, Ky., W. P. WALTON. Tjik Covington Cvmmomceailh thinks JlcCreary ought not to be elected to because he ban announced Gov. Con-gre- himself is dem-ocnit- .jrainrt Federal aid to school. If that to be the test it wi)l be hard to find & win, Ah oi '. i Conpreviuan in this district. Judge paper, a serial giving an arrount of Durham also argues against the measure travels and adventures in Texm, Indian ado convincingly that even the Common' Territory and elsewhere. Jim will "dish"' mcalih would be satirfied of its doubtful it out quite lengthy, niaking it run rotitutiona!itT as well as its decided tenthrough sevenl weeks. dency to a still greater centializition of Armstesd Adanii and wife will go t power at Washington. "We have not heird, Garrard county and make their home with but suppose that Mr. Phil Thotnpoii, who Mrs. Sallie Maret. Mr.lt. II. Crook e, o NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. is also aaid to be a candidate, i opposed to DEALKIl IK Richmond, has been in town lor several Federal aid. The tcheme seems to be conSam Ward, the great Americm wit, days this eek. Mm J. L. Joplin U visit- Iliirtlniirc, Uorou Nlioc, SaiMIe, Groceries trived more to dispose of the surplus in the died in Italy Monday. ing her daughter, Mrs. Helen Brooks, at A'iiIIh, QiicciiHuurc, Hiikio' Whip, and present an excuse for a conIreasurr The Planters' and Mxchanics' Bank, in town Paris, Ky A.J. Mcrshon Ilurcy WhcflM, Ntov.M, Cmiio .Mil In, JIuriiVHM, tinuation of war taxation in time of peace, of Petersburg, Va., has suspended. Monday. Wm. Crooke, of Altniont, visitNpokcN, Cider .11 1Ih, I.up Cotctm, than for the real good of the country. Hon. Jo. E. McDonald is said to be ed friends at this place during this week. Stoneware, Corn MiflUtrx, CoIlttrM, Mrs. M. G. Nevius, of Stanford, visited relbusiness TnneeeV choice for the Presidency. Uk.no e number of New York The legislative, executive and judicial atives iu this countv lat week. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and mta met this week and resolved on the Cast Pumps, and the Celobrated Mayflold Elevator. Tin Hoofjustice and.wisdotu of nominating bill calls for an appropriation of Stani-okd- , Ky., May 20h, 18S4 We rlkor for The Presidency. Many epeeches ing; and Qatterinj will have prompt attention. Hon. Thos. J. Scott is announced at a the undersigned, citizens of Stanlord, re one by candidate for Appellate Judge in Margin' nisde; 'including a red-hquest the editor of our paper to publish j Henry Ward Beacher. Bristow also advo- district. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. the following statement, the same being cated Arthur in a lengthy address. Thin Ilspson Chambers got a life sentence our sentiment and the sentimrriM of the ' business men's meeting is an old dodge of in Louimlle fur the murder of Talbott Lancaster. ,l,tf C0,,n,-- of Llncoli.: the republicans, who with to convey the Mille?an. -- Ham Brown expects to make a million Penpl Th we endoren the actions of Mr. J. idea that the jlid men fear a change of The New York Time U of the opinion brick this summer to be urcd in the van Ottenhtliiier iu bringing a thrifty clai if administration on the ground that it will . that neither Blaine nor Arthur could carry ous buildings contemplated. ; linli in Co . 'TIB . into . our nei.hborhcod, condemn sfinirs of the country. upset the financial - "- -" i .).i:,.k.fl "- . . n. UCJIiniui , , , that State. by a inn asiion ui Buuir pariirs wuu iinvr interTbe'guae is most too ancient tp work on Sunday newspapers do not find favor Bruce'a woods pasture, last Saturday, he and his people gentle- fered with the dweefntag people. with the General Assembly of the Presby- number of the young ladies nnd hve bern irstrumental iu briiigin here men of our town. A Chicago woman tried to commit sui- terian Church. and request them through tlii paper ti The trustees of the Garrard Female cide when her pet dog wai ordered to be loss sustained by the burning of The (rouble them. secured the services of an cese to annoy and killed for biting a child, but unfortunately the cotton warehouse in Liverpool is esti- College have Ktag,r, Bright iV Curran, McKobertx architect to get up plans for a large chapel ho did not succeed, She had written a mated at 300,000 AT- W. H. Higgins. M. D. Elmore, S. i5. Myers, college aeletuking that the poodle be buried with Cyrus II. McCormick left an estate val to be built in connection with the M. C. Portman, 11. H Burnside, Penny V 1 be remodelled. htr in the same coffin and then turning on ued at $10,000,000 His wife and 5 chil- building which to sV.t, A T McAlister, Eluuston ii Dr. Taylor, of Adair county, has lothe gas ehe lay down to be asphyxiated. dren are his sole legatees. Nunoflley, J W Hnyden, Cieo D Wetr-- i It's pity that the poor woman with a husRoland II. Thorn, Lexington, Ky., has cated at Hubble's store in Lincoln countv, tn, B K. Wenen, T. It Wllon, Meichants band and several children had "no one to haibeendisbirred from practice before the four and a half milea from this place. The ' Druggists and Booksellers, is an excellent one and he will of Stanford location love, aene to carest" and had to lavish her Interior Department. doubtless secure a good practice. wealth of affections on a poor poodle dog. John Wolfe, the Georgetown bank Brick laying on the new buildings on clerk, is lissly to get a life term in the There seems to be an awful sorry lot penitentiary for forgery. Danville street was begun Wednesday PROPERTY IN HUSTONViLLE --oatcsling for the Appellate Judgeship in to It istaid that if Blaine fails to receive morning. They will be rapidly pushedpast Hargia' district and the race seems to have FOR SALE! completion and before the summer is the Presidential nomination he will use his Harrowed down to such small tricks that we will haye as convenient a pest office as 1 nominate John Sherman. ln illl.o- - prno.y dltfo will cBrr at ut IK even a constable would feel ashamed to influence to rt of ou Speaker Carlisle now believes that the there is in the Slate. s. It is a pity that such men aspire to Lamp posU have been erected at the defeat of the Morrison tariff bill will reSATURDAY, MAY SSItli, the most important office in the State and principal pointa in town and the lights beneficially to the democratic party. sult The properly I now pccuiiy, corn nc ftf a :Ut one of them is certain to be elected. A negro who attacked two young girls will be turned on Thursday evening. The and r, fraoiviiorllStiK roiitaloluE lix " of Appeals is fast degenerating Court AND aid a wrll at Galveston wa taken by the infuriated gasoline makes a clearer light than gas, goodhTicc an teiluiattarhrdIn Ibr jardcnrrn-irn- t Alio a garden and tlalile fremita onceexalted position. e and is far cheaper. Our town will prewith aui.e rooiu and guol tllua-lio- n citizens from jail and his body riddled with Jm-nitni-- e ! r tuinw Tlil t'roprty Is a!" in cooJ rr. appearance. sent quite a city-lik- e lit order to keep the red shirt unfurled bullet. pair. Iron wlihlnj to ncurwa $uvl LuilnrM prrm-h- i. Frank Weaver and son and Capt A.B. Dunlap, the evangelist, who location would du wrli to rati "ti Geo. W. to the breeze the Mayor of Danville has A Full and complete iiHNortiuciit of Furniture, embracing mt. 'i4VU-i- t JOI.MI. called on Gov. Cameron, of Virginia, to Thompson were killed and several others has been preaching at Independence, Ky., thliiB from the CiienpeNt to tbc Fluent Purler Nulle. ft'a are His .many friends end a regiment there to preserve the seriously injured by an exploding boiler is here on a t. ! ,,eetl lo K lo l,,e IurKC tl,l,H to purelntMCM, no nmtler W Lewitburg, Ark. his old home again. delighted to see him at peace, as an outbreak between whites and near UlmtqiiniilllynrqiiRlllyyoiiMiiitl, hnIcjui nnd Mill duplicate Goy. Knott commuted to imprisonis on his way to the mountaius ol He bkokt is imminent. Some such a dodge is or., i . iiniTNjou etui oitiiiiu eiHeHlierc, TrelKlit belni; mlded. AImo sum-mtiv l.itminri! u tha'ue n etc wiry since the Bignal failure of the ment for life the sentence of Humphrey Kentucky, where he will spend the in lor . Mit-I- my haw M !, In al-- il va ii lull usNorliuent ol C'olllp, CiivCN. SliroudH itud ICoIicm, eiubrae- set forth by llrush irfck, II tarjr tuurtr, K) 1 preaching the gospel as John Sherman investigating committee to Crittenden, colored, who was to have been lWllr VxZl, hnir n lOi iioiii ciieiip and expeiiHhe. Vnro rooum iiikuii tne new Barnes. 3 ake political capital oat of a very small hung at Georgetown, Wednesday. itu l!cltii a urul rt' 'I T- -t opposite Ht. ANiipli Hotel. Stanford, l.y. anl i Good-lopruprtj Prisoners In the jail at Nicholasville aX-i- r. The installation of Kev. W. O. have been transferred, to the jail at as pastor of the Presbyterian church Iu Good ICiiitniiiK Order. 'XUrr two weeks are to elapse before the on account of its insecurity. Tne will tike place on Wednesday evening, TlMlierpleniy and a.(mib!e. I w i'd Irnil'ij republicans present their candidate for been requested to resign. gd June o The public is invited to attecd. lu riihiUi lor Ae. lum Moti.iuch ai M Vi President and the clans are already arriv- jailer has lf..r- -. Cattle, Eighteen boys ate heulock in Mercer Rev. J. C Kandelph will deliver the fvrM.ia wib.n; to togtt la lh- - ljiu.tr ing in Coicago. The preoent outlook indi -- t n t ai.l5l Sunday, mistaking it for wild pars charge to the congregation; Kev. J. L. Mc- - r.a wi. au a 111 (.11 lAHi I V. dales that Blaine or a dark hore will be county h HlIuo 2SMf Two of them are dead, five danger- Kee will deliver the charge to the pa'tor are bill nip, the man, though the ously ill and eight slightly poisoned. Rev. S. Yerkes will preach thesermou. and loomg for Arthur Blaine is the decided VINU- A fire iu Asia Minor destroyed 930 A. J. Lemmons was tried ht LuncaMer choice of this Stale, with republicans who Wm. tlern.Ion. T,in0ln Go. Fai'lU dwellings, 544 warehouse and shops, 11 before U S. Commissioner, -- Of Sale. are not imch for the loaves and fhlica. mo'ques, 15 schools, 9 khans, and 140 otli Tuesday, on the cturge 01 ureamng into nr lrui Louisville & Nashville, stock ojving er bujldings. Several persons perished. John A. Huguely's distillery warehou-- e at ! .:'fr tor !ti )'ill y MMIMIurg m IViwl.ml , ihric (.u the rti'lf, (Baldwin's bad management has lauen to The Auditor will send out to each Bergin, Mercer county, but wai diBchargcd uii. (r iia H jj'oiiilllf i iu I iUi a . i.i :U0 tan I, ctont f :noi tr. ( nruu .Vrrcsf.f frn'7STto 80 irfi few weeksTnotwithstan sheriff uoxl week Qcopy of the act approv for want of evidence sufficient to hold him ..ml hc1 Mrtm In tb (ountr i.l wrll, .mjr "I ing trte earnings of fhe road paid more than ed the 10th imt., Ivying an adJitionil tnx over. There was an abundance of hereby warn, lu alinit-t- r f t i'llvalion tinro.t..iili all nerexwirr oulliutldlnn, two Uts turn 0 per cent, to the stockholders during the of 5 cent on each $100 worth of propc-t- y orJM, i.icntr "l tluiter n leuuuonv, but thut wai excluded by the Mi.iiBX la firot-r- f -a liu.l Alut Vatrva ar. liKuru aNoit last fical year. R&ilroid presidents who in the State. court ud only direct testimony admitted. In ubiiII xraln n.l ImUucc In '- - Awi -- (win IW C mll IjiihI alul lrim II utoK'llIf "II live in Wall street are failure- and the L An Eogliahman and German syndi'Uncle Billy Gray is visiting relatives Arrrn ot pU: aluut V) .ttrt-- i liii.tonvti! &N. directors would do well to return to cate ha? purchased one million acres of in this county. Hs recently returned from clmrt-- l. liaUi 3ilfrJtlllf Wouhl uiakr a now I In timber. afreaof tar t!:uter anH-e HumKentucky for her chief officer. land in Florida, on which it is proposed to Iowa where he passed the winter. Al-i- n I'll MDir, finmut if tofJtt lluilwr is It. A. to iUut .Vhi Air fnrlj linjNrMl larl lylnj iifar his 87th yeitr he is as sprightly and at II rnil II. i.i KililiiK who had di'tinguish-e- settle German emigrants, who will retch Am lrl Ml.lWriy n i. i n? America this summer. of nuwr jii 1 in iuu-- i.ir. t"r veil 1. Not only so but, active as a young man. himsell by killing six men, put a period n ar,K I rtlt Senator Anthony will neither die nor his mind is clear and his memory good. ' ted f r l.i. n.ill ll Ufa j if to his existence at Wahalah, Mim , thii nuiit.. iI jII i lie re in,ii ii in reinirkible man I am ir as reign. Mr. Anthony is not going to do In many respects he i week after killing his wife and gro-i'lin "Of w .i 'mil tiel. A anything that will upset the political tra- and with proper precautions will, in all lljM ltrn1 (I I.ll IrlIMM II. Vj saulting his Hii lant was . . JlMf IHt 1 .. ii uliriT. indeed the best act of his life, though it ditions of his country or fracture its prov- probability live out this century. Louisville Times. -- Missen Alice Hubble and Lillie Mc-.- ) would have been a more fitting euding to a erbs. General Sherman has prepared a letter Clure, of Hamilton College, were visiting worthleM life, had the hangman taken a to be read at the Chicago convention, if Miss Mary Hubble laat week. Virgil Mc-- 1 band in the closing scene. any vote are csst for him for President, UlUie, OI JCJUIHIUIJ, vran .i.....l, iiiiuu. THE TnosK who dance most must pty the vi- declaring that he is not a cannidate, and here Saturday. Col. S. A. Wahon has refinding out to her sor- will not accept the nomination olinist, Cincinnati is if tendered, turned from a busiiiess trip to Cincinnati. row. The last dramatic festival cost just as be has no desire to enter political life. Col. 8. M. Burdett returned from Frankfort $,G97 more than it took in and the guarThe man Fish, of the ex- - to dav. Col. A. M. Swope. of p!nt,. Hat U - ' antors are now called on for 50 percent, ad- Marine Bank, gave each of his three 7th district, is visiting his sister, Mrs. J. N on the stock, It is daughters $50,000 last Christmas. Having ditional ansesment The Colonel is or.e of the Haselden. hoped that the musical festival now in failed since then, the girls will naturally handsomest men in our State and would i .'in i- programs will be more successful. expect at least $100,000 each the coining adorn any office with becoming dignity. Mb, Wayne McVeigui is out in a fierce holidars Agent is here ex- OranRcs, Lemons nnd Bananas. It came out at the coroner's inquest U. S Internal Revenue letter on Arthur, who he charges not on- that W. O. Sweapey amining into the affairs of Landram's assassinated the two . ly drew a prize in the loiter of a(waaina- office here is rated first class in i men in Nelson countv because thev had offic. The or FlNliitiR Tackle, tion, but is indirectly responsible for the Miss Leila Owsley has A TaiirKC Lot brought suit against him for recovery of every leqiect. 1 Poles, lAuuH, Ac. murder of Garfield. There is no doubt gone to Louisville to spend a few days. the land he had fraudulently obtained pos about the first proposition, even if there is is visiting her sister, Miss Minnio Walker session of. some about the latter. W. O. Bradley is 8A3.PLE books op The gross earnings of the Western Mrs. W. O. Rigney. PAPEn. back from Washington, but will return in C. C. Baldwin, of the L. & Union Telegraph Co., for the year jusl endprosecuting the N.,got to upeculsting for his on use with ed were $19,571,470, of which $0,042,513 a few days to assist in I Hubble has returned from L. F. the bonds of the company and at a are net. A dividend of 7 per cent, was city. J. Wesley West has made apmeeting of the directory at New York this paid the stock holders, $420,247 applied N. Y. clerkship in the revenue week, he was bounced. J. 8. Rogers, of the to interest on the bonded debt, $ 10,091 to plication for a beLare and Valuable Stock of Dry Goods, Works, was elected in the rinking fund and still a surplus of office since an increase in the force has Rogers Locomotive Clothing, Boots, Shoer, Hats, Gaps, necessity. Sm. McKee, ot Din-villcame a $577 040 was left. his .lead. Groceries, Hardware, dec. has located here for the summer to Three little Swedes, with placards on will travel no more Tiie medical for a new In eiccjtionof an cnlerof w'e mailp In thr their backs, attracted attention at Castle canvass our county for a time. Their free passes expired now pfDilDc in tue Lincoln lrci.lt Court k; work. which (!eo. v. Jamra Ii pUlntltT anil A. 3. big' as they all read "good till ten days Garden, New York city. The placards ir n ueit)nu.inr, j win on MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. the public that the little Swedes Iter the adjournment of the General Managed by J no, B. Fish. THURSDAY, JCXK St ! , 1S9 'l.-and now not a vestige of their for were Charles, Franz and Frieda Johnson, T" l aged respectively 7, 0 nnd 5 year, and that The proopecU for a good wheat and mer greatnem remains. Sic gloria mundi. e tn Crah Orcliaril where the At the they wished to be delivered safely to their jat crop nerer looked belter than now. gooJaaio no a'ored. acll at jiuLlic auition the Mu. A.J. J6ni, who for 15 years han parents in Iowa. They arrived in the awe lot of inerchaDdIn. conBlatlniiof Drv floolf Hiatt, of color, the small-poJames doneauch good work on the CjIuwbU NotloDf, JUniiy Made UothtDK', lljta and bhutt, ateatnrhip City of Montreal. patient, died one night last week. No new Halt and Cap, (irc.rii', IlHUitrarc annluz Iiu- Spectator, has on account of ill henltn uih I rlenuntp. Ac wijuii wmierieuon uniir wm. Vil II I " l MU CAes so fsr. taebmtnt in tlia abort-itrlof hi half of the paper to Mr. Kollin a,e,,ee,c" iaiR the riKii7 , HterJing, Monday, In which he denounced M C. Williams is opening a drug and cji a. j. oijEirr. who with Mr. J. v Murrell will con Hurl, Th nirrdiandlie will heiold In lirn !ot, and the attack upon the late Judge Kelt! and grocery store at the store house recently cot ly the rlfcr, m tollowj, an I coiniitt of linue il publication lit The arv eoodt. nutlonr. and iiiow rci. spoke unsparingly of the wen who hound occupied by Clark & Biker. Snd. Ton reiuy made cloihlng The IJinkruptc bill, we ae gUd to re- od him to hN death. He accused Judge Sd. Th boott and tboe brigade has invaded Mt The dude 4lli. riishati ami car port, s dono for at this Bewion of Congres Robert Riddle, who ii a candidate for Vernon for the last few days. They came Sth. Tbc troccrlw, burlarr, and farming Im A motion to fix June lO.h for its Judge of the Court of Appsali", of attempt- - from all directions. The "old dude" has I'lcmrutt. t leatt, Tkmmi Orelitt of lx montbr on load with concideratiou was Toted down eo proinpilT DK,lodjefeaJ; Judge Keid in his own coun left in. eod leeiirltr beurinz linirnl (row lar of tale TuegtoJt win le ihown lj J. T. CHadwick at ihattbe advocate ofthel meaiiiroi hava lyfind predicted hUldefeat" eithern the scare has nbout subsid- Crab Ortbsrd to ptrrom ddirlcg to piirrhiue, The small-po- s , . , uomimitin cinventioD or at the polN S52-jiven up all hope, .v. .vr.sr.rr.i:, e t. c ed. Tuo house where the patient died has fort yesterday to adopt leeolulions of regard to Judge Held. If they did not also adopt a resolution to have Cornell- eon disbarred from the practice- - of the law, they had much better let the matter alone. Eeid needs no eulogy the bar does need ti rid iteli of such shysters. Bilia Riuiil.KY Iibh at last got his reward. The government will pay him about $100 a day to make believe that he is prowcutini; the star routers. Billy is a bitger man than old Granl, in his own estimation, and he will leave the impression on the country, if possible, that he is playing hades. Ma von Jacoh called a councilman a liar and ecoundrcl the other day. AVe are surprised. The Mayor is entirely too pretty to use such naughty language -- The New Hampshire democrats declined for tarifl reform. Grant, Ferdinand Ward, of Ward is under arrest on a charge of swindling. A nostoffice has Keen established at Tom, Mercer county, and Win. II, Edwards appointed postmaster, A terrific hail storm at Tallulah, Ga., destroyed the growing crops and stripped the trees of their foliage. Nine dollars to Chicago nnd return, from Louisville, are the rates fixed by the railroads for those who attend the republican National Convention. Henry Hays, a noted desperado, was found dead near Owensboro, with his neck broken and four bullet holes through his head and two through his body. Chief of Police Tsylor, denies in a card that he issued an order forbidding women from appearing on the streets in Ltuisvillein Mother Hubbards. The Kentucky Knights Templar are holding their annual session at Bowling Green this week and the Pharmaceutical Association are swapping notes in Louisville The county court of Montgomery has fixed the levy at 72 cents. This, with the 52 J cents to be paid to the State, makes the of this county dance to the tune of $1.25 on the $100 of taxable property for the year 1884 tax-paye- rs I of the family were kept strictly at home after the case Mas reiwrted and none of them have been taken with the disease. --The democi.its of RockcMlo county are requested to meet In Mt. Vernon on Saturday M.y 21th at 1 o'clock for the t'UIiuruui nricnnifc IH1 Mini ui..... ..c.- g.t.M to 11,0 wici,Mi.p ra.Bter.uon "" J'"'8C ' her.- - l... .I...- - .. .. uiniiuruitruI am. itch .iiuruiiiv .IIIm ..!.. mm. I ltA- mam iui- ic. H.O. R,XJP.IS-T v o-nd o-w- Y Z',ZVn:Zm'u i- - ,l?':-Lli''rn.";;,a- , x - llQTro VQnm"Of1 c " oiua 'unnoi-r-a v lng eW GOO S IOr Spi llg' aM SUQmer ., io;coniprismg' the best m the market, "'j which will be gotten up in style and second to none in city or ib.i try. Give me a trial. H. C Eupley his, of-i'l- l r J-- - -- .. --J- -v .J-- ix -- . . coim-comiun- in W. H. HIGGINS 'ron, '" Urate, T ., ... H- . ' WALL PAPER f t TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON McROBERTS Ol'JEKA JIOIIN. STAGES v.if...iiiii: KIi, KTANVOBD, j21N& Iv ISI, Cfl-l- WEA1EJI, " two-flut- y uii UNDERTAKER, alure-Uoui- h ltr.il. Iealei' in vi-i- Sn II ill FOI Sille r 1. ",t I Jr er c e wul-Do- L;x-ingto- u ' g- pip-sucker- s ! lnn r- - i -. llo I i Of any of the goods named below you should by all means buy them of 1 d . 1 i I iM-- i rc'i'l li.i tfiM-tluitrt- , t T. R. WALTON f Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be FAIRLY A SQUARELY: j Or.F. Peacock II.l';OIST, KY 'I'H HUSTONVILLE, TREED 2uidknt star-router- s. e, Flour, Baeon, Lard, Sugar, ( Wee, MOlaSSCS, feVriipS, A)I)le 112111' i - -wall Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, sxq Bluing, Teas, Kopc, Can- SherifFs Sale ned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Hakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, "IQuecnsware, Glassware, Tinware, itore-liou- iiiiio x I P1 ." "' .l.. .. oLoneware, srooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Har- ncss and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts. Fruits, &c., and all at Very Low PRICES. Country Produce Want ed. "l,,l uuazu 0U -- . '&$$ icnu'S9tthlijnlcrioroumnI Stanford, Ky., While Mountain cream ttenvr at Itrtght & Ctirran'a. I'bkiii.kjvS ml Ice J LAND, STOCK AND CROP. -- Dogs killed all of Eld. Joa. IiallouV Tjik larrieat Hay 23, 1884 broiiirht to tonn TIME CARD. ,...12 40 1 V. I 09 LAN. LOCAL Mill Uln going North-.- .. Bout It Kinre strain" Hotith ., ... IK Nolo The aliore Is tiitculatwl on standard time, Utile U.ibout 30 minutes fmler LOCAL NOTICES. V Hat inoviil hl caienter ihop In town and It now per acre ready t all times lo lu orrtnlcrlnu, honiw build-Inrepsring, Ac. Callunhlm. Heavy have deatioycd the Work, Turn Mil J. N. Mr.SM'KK, who liu nude ua a wheat, A Hmgi', corn and cotton crops In many part la cindidate for re election LxNr.RKTita Quilvu Sccilo ti Penny A capital aherill, of Texas. in liiilhc Work, and will no doubt be idven the office with-ou- t McAliattr'a. Great damage his been done to the deserve ll. Jos. rfAAJIoj; Cholera Cure. Penny opposition, lie growing Pennsylvania tobacco crop by the Flooring, CciliiilVeatli- A McAlialcr bo'.o aueMa. Penny A Mo TJie XiuiKilnur IIoiihu Tills la an odd tjme of the year for the recnt froata (Jue. your apcouui with WuMt caah or note "beairtlfiil.SnqW," hut Itcnnie.lhia week, all Allattr A. D. Root sold to Geo. D. Wearenhis crbonrdinp;, &iituTer Thli enterprlilim linn la now ireplreil withal with mire fruit fiavora at the aame. Tho irrepressible Arch cot back clip of wool at 22 csnli, which seenis to be Houa water or ererytblng usually found ' -full and compute line And other McKobtrta A BukkV In utters I iurnllilr eslahliihiuent. from hia wanderinga in the far Weat. the prevailing price here. l atlention li called to Ladlci' Ureal Uoodi Bkak.) new Mock of erorj tlilnt; in the Mr. J. V. Emhry will sell hia fine herd and Trliumlnitiof everr dracrlnllnn. fTlrrfhlno jewelry Jlneat Penny A McAlleter'a. 1 peclaltr- Mas J it Owens baa purohacd the K'f ryt'iliiR In the fancy Urocery line of short horns, 43 in number, at the Fair I outfit ctiiutdtte. Mr. Ware haTltu made' ultry IiuhH), cattle, elieeii anil Owsley properly at the end of upper Main twotrlNilo the city receutly and aeiured the A Baltimore man has been rentenctd to Grounds, Richmond, June 1 lib. for Hale by McKoberla A Htagjj. latest noTtltlPS street for $2 COO and nlo the property of Any parties having old wheat to sell three month imprisonment and fined $25 Nkw akadea of ready mixed paint for Mrs Mary Logan adjoining for $1,000. Buybg and Selling Strictly for Cash, will find it to their interest to correspond for lying in a horse trade. This it thought apring trJe at McKobcrta A ritigg'. We are able to to portrnd the end cf the world. The jury Watches, Cloclc and Jewelry repaired DlilTTY 811 EMIT Geo. H Cirpenter sold with Krnlth A Anderson, Danville, Ky. and warranted by Penny A McAlIater. 5otwithatanding the lateness of the must have been under the influence of OFFEK SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. Call on us or write for prices We kwp a larga ibe saw mill of J.C. Hprar to T. C Jasper Koii Ha. J, a new upright.J. & 0. Fiachrr and'j.J McKinney for $301.15 under an pring the itock ard will do our beat to pjeaso you In prlc ia unusually luxuripychic force or failed to stick by a lying And dftign to male our Store and piano. Apply at Inteuior JoI'a.nai. of. ol iLBtenal. t. Lexington execution in favor of Moore, ltrcmaker A ant and the field were never more beauti brother in misfortune. fice' Hoadquartora for tho West End. ful. to New bdu full Mock of Pulling Tackle of Co. Ill PrinrrM ran rive eighths of a mile "' Daovlll. Ky. every variet) just received at McKoberta A just completed a. A Bostou woman has Oi'K merchanla enter a protest in anothover the Jockey Club track, Wedne.day.j jo0i000 nian,,on en,ireIr cut cf the pro Blaim'a. of cer- uhmI by the beat er column against the interference llAeS Hiii ia Kemrilr In 1.01, the fastest time on record for the ceeda from the sale of doughnut. Our the country. A aute tiin ptrtle with Mr. Ottenlieimer in hi distance. breeder throt.-ho- ut t langy contributor thinks she must have Penny A MoAliMer landibU to populate the county curt and pietentm C'apt W. F McKinney is standing his Agent, had the kind of customers that "took the with good and thrifty fonign-r- a. fine bull, Capt Hail, at hi stable at $2 cake " OF UNIVEItSAIi KNOWLEDGE. 'personal. Jim Oh end snjs be has sold in the last the season. Refera to John M. Hail a to LATEST, CHEAPEST, AND MOST COMPLETE CYCLOPEDIA PUBLISHED Col . V. U. Weixit ha gone to Louie. ten dav in this, (inrrnrd and Doyla coun hi blocd nnd performances. MiVT ADVKKTl'iEMESTS. C'nnliiliiN oirr nN.uno Topics. .1,000 IIMislrnticniN, IOO Mnn, It unbrncea John M. Hail sold to II. F. Robinson tlos, lTi McCormrck twine binders. lint ville. the wlmlr rlrrlp or liiunnii liiitiwlfrigr, en 1 fjri-i- s ncoiLilcte Rcrcrcu.c Librirr. containing mi ei Homo of nil UHcful Inniriiii-lioii- . very ill at then a tho old Latin used to aay when 10 head 000 pound catlle, to be delivered .Mm. Ukoiiub l'ltuunoi Itlaarondenrati nintolhr'eTr! ireesot the CfliileiiMof all the large and cojtljrKiicyc'nprdlRs, tJvl I li sj!' Ja Vn.t iiiiiuiuit ct .nfwrma-loucMr. John Newland'. were Ufciiel,-l,rcL- ght other 'jcl(.M-illi- . down to the present ume. peaking nf the vMertiona of agent of those June 15th, at 4 cents and a premium; and adapted to the averago houtehold. 63,000 mpIm hoM In two yent-a- . Miw. Ueoikii: IIoonk is very ill of kind of machine", they must be taken cum 450 lamb for July delivery at 5 eta. THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE IN SCOPE. THE MOST THOROUGH 'U SCHOLARSHIP. r bronchial pneumonia. The THE MOST SYSTEMATIC IN ARRANGEMENT. in convention al NEVER I1EATEX IX A TEST. THE MOST PRACTICAL IN INFORMATION (mi no toft THE MOST ATTRACTIVE IN APPEARANCE. Mary V arson baa been very THE MOST COMPLETE IN TOPICS. Mies Chicago resolved that they will not support JcrxiE 11. M. Ht'RiirTT secured Ihsi paa-as- e THE MOST CONVENIENT FOR USE THE CHEAPEST IN PRICE. Fire llundrid Dollar! in (Void at the C Incinnatl ill of inllainmatnry rheumatism. any party or political candidate until it or Kif)llliin in USI, the hihnt award eer Riven of a hill incorporating the Central N0I1I by Milsrrltloii. A few iooil Agent rrnnlctl. 1'or Inrtlrnlnr mMreHS M8.Coi..T. W Mii.i.ei: and Mm. J. Kentucky Telephone Co , and is now pre- he has clearly defined its or hia position in lo an Knclnr' Tne highest .award al the Southern Kxpoiltloii, Ixiul.Tllle. Ky In 1(63, lur the Beit WAIiKER. DODGSON & CO., 5 and 7 West Fourth St., Cincinnati, 0. S. Owaley are in Louisville this week. favor of the wool larill". Traction and Jlosd Knrlne' t'artlra dislring to pared to gobble up all the small line in buy hrKine. fc'rturator and Saw Mill will pleaie H fl. Ai.Miim relurned from a It is said that the apple prospect Is the addreM Mn. The J. Ml. HOVlillt, Slanlord, Ky., thi put of the mnral vineyard. Ir IHICKKK A ANUKKpON, vlait to her f Ur' in Ohio Wednemlav. I ouliillle, Ky I3C Kn Main M thing he should do, however, is to bet for year. A close observer and one 'ZiS-lfirst Juixie M C. SaO'I.ky and Mis Em. employ an electrician whose prosperity depends to k great extmt ma returned frmn Monticello yesterday on thi. fruit, reort the beat outlook aince m Aoent Foa Tlir. Phok. AliNKH ItoOCHH baa gone to ow Owi.nci to the fact that an additional tax Titn. Of Sale BONANZA Cincinnati to allend ihe Musical Festival. of .r cent on the $100 la to be collected & The total sale cf wool in Boalon since SEED of Richuior.il, IhNytitrtnd MuS.J.Ovm:y Dcnn, he further fact that the January 1, 1!S4, are 40,085,100 lba , auainst I will at executor of the fitate of W.O. Bailer, At,dttieMacMn(rjr lamed Ulow, lr L r rlorrf'f.V a d Cf unlUt is down to see her sick aisler, Mrs. Will lioard of Equalization will have In pasaon 45 852340 lb, for the corresponding jriod deed . tell at nuhlis auctloi to the hljlirit LIdder door in SUnlurd, J VY. t, nimMiLertmou.BpxAXZA"TIinEMIEnf rWh.at OaU riax.Clf.Tfr, Crair. the aisersor'i booka before the iherifl can of 1883, a decrease of 5,707,240 1b. Sale before the amat Ull J,U ! ''IfJl'.'ill'.'J'L'.".'1 oil IngSlniH Sl'iirkfrl of fetock rUUTAHLK , -. uii, .j i, 1,. k Mu 11 V. Given, who has been aick proceed to collect, tax pyer will not be of 40.100 pound of Kentucky unwashtd 1M(, cmntx eonrt Atj, V Sit A ItKH and I. Traction & U., atiiikiLuiulart. lrtti liUcr. ttl uit MltlM uf all Xi; In tha KarineM National IlanV nf Stanford Ait .2 wa reported uich worse yre- - called on thi time 'much hrfore August a long lime. combirga were made thla week at 25 to 28 H1IAHKS In Ibe Firtt National BinkofBlan-Ion- ) uma wia rtauito. hobinsqn & CO., Richmond. ln3. S lit h&ws i a A It EH ttrday. Alto at tame time and place .' centa A Moonlioht Fpn will be given at Jamkx IUliM, nf Paint Lick, waa on After a while we hope the sheep rais. i3 the PlanTiird A Umctf r Turnpike and one in by the ladiea thellalltdap TurnpiLe. a vMl thla week 10 hi old friend, Dr. K McKinney, Ky , May 21'lb, era will iii in their might and demand Taaxa Thre montha on notet with good of the Presbyterian church of and friends C. Helm. protection from dogs, in such a manner lairing Intereit frotn daj of ta'e and ne McKinney, for the benefit of the church. from Mr F M Anhlkv returned that the law maker cannot fail to heed. gotiant and pajahle in Bank, or caib at option of i invited. Ample 5TEead What Borne of Gur Best Fanners and Citizens of Lincoln and Garrard Say: Aa , Wednesday, whllber be The public generally Mr. L B. Nunndley, wholost 11 and had purchar. provision will bo made for all who will at 11 11 A MtlbO II A I f.Kl , Kjrr. "We, the undtrttgncd citlzcni of Lincoln and Garrard, do certify that we haye bad our wenl to allend court. nther fine sheep wounded this week, feel threihrd with Hohlnton A Co.'a New Uuaanza (Srala and Seed Thresher and Engine, and we airewheat great Mim Maikiie Harri returned frrni tend and a p'enant anit enjoyable time like the lime baa come now. credit tor the work It did for m. It threthes ft. rlunt and Kpuates ha rockI it an 7 we eTer bad. runi aunother and with Im nolM, rioa not track the gram like u,ost ma hint. In conclusion will ltiisville, Wednesday, bringing with her promised. The May report on the condition t f UT t ihoe that mpoct to buy Machines ol this kind that they can r.rt do letter than tu cet llieBo-nanwa 1"HaaKavMrf ..ukiuc, -tll?..1.. 1. Miss Maggie Mi, lur pretty couain. . ,,,ru,. u., l.'nlHA TllK Merry Bachelors intend that their winter grain, issued by the Department of i 11. n.(.....r. sumo'ii. bee him and Ret prlcet ouiu jiiAii.ur II. le fore purchat n elsewhere Wgned: Jhi Owtley, Jl. txughraan, ,1. II.jy Miller. J. V. Lynn. H J.liiu. Mh Ciia Hkknikin and party from coniiiu- - Hop on June tith shall be in every Agrlcultu re, Owtley, II. B. Boon, 8. It. Duddrar, Win Ooooh. Jotdiin I'tnklra, JataeaT. Adainj. Win. A. .7,J-.rejwrts the general average of iiiatt, J. Hurt. Georgetown paed up to Williamsburg particular a s'jerew. They will either se- wheat on the inst within five er cent, X e ,.ni'01ra "hat the farmert ay in regard to the Binaoi Tbrfther and Etiglne, built by Kobinson yesterday to hve a big fish in the Cum- cure Kichhnrn'a Orchestra of Loniaville, or of the standard A Co., ltlchinond, Indiana, and sold be'e by W.1I TIIAYuOK, We nare bought and tbelr of full condition. It was ground quite a lot of wheat Ihrethed with the Bonatiz i Thresher, and Asent. tplendidlr done nice it nut berland Wolf & Trosi, of Lexington. They are S3 in 1SS3. Should nothing happen to StLort-Horn- s. aadcleaii-unt- eui up like we often aee it. aignel- J E Farrlt. llulUlo Ml Is, Stanfird.fcy.; McAll Lincoln Mllla, ter A Tiioe. J. luHTiu, of Lincoln county, is j h,Tin, ,nnlf e!borate printing done In this mar thia cheerful To thow whom I hare rold machinery I extend tiani: prespict there will be a ib.ir patronage ted wi.i aiy to tbotn relative in Clark. He i a nntire 0,lice an,j nr,. Iravini: nothing undone to winter wheal at the Fa r Orourdi at UlcVuiond, on vtsilinc I will tell ,.l1M.t.,':'rt ol,ur that sI will take grrat iilemute In bttlnn yo i up with the uliore named machinery product cf about $.'550,00 HX) l 1 we that cerythlD-Ito reflect working order i mt ou haad a pp.r oi printed matter of flark and hs a hrtt of triend here- .W(. tvtM T,,e jt ;l win lc bushel, against 2il,000,000 last vear. mo at tan'ord. Lin NATVHU.VY, .1VM3 X ttlt, 1SS1, which will ba ttnt toany one addrf-slnj mntr Kt n Yciif- ery tr ,7 Drmocrai. l". 11. TltA YI.Oll. given during the week cf the Commence- lilOI!(ll.TOy.N CorjlT. 10 cattle on K0rty.three head of lure-hre- d Cnttle. I .1 1..; Mil. II V. liiiKKN write t.) na to immi ki .a uuriuK wiucn Hum mere , tiie market, beet tellim; .it 5J cenle. One rprteiiiaiiTu oi ihp i m mis iu liumiimik.. . llfl IaitT or lf Mini, una. in r i.ruwiuvin V, rhaiii;e liiiivjfter ?Cral yrUrtl lo are usually numeroua touiis ladj viMtorH, bunch, M hea.l ofKwd, common cattle, V..,',n,r M.rL Urn .1llinff.r Mirl IlOV of SllA For liteeil-loheit hu wtl! .ruwain and thia year will tint he an exception. Ceotmlia, Karaaa, . run. l.idt iillaabeth and .liteplitne wci.hl iM0 ..ounda. at 5- 10 tier head. and for milling for t'iar, lor olor, for aouie time. to in thl and one bunch of Jl head at $."; calre at iua!llli-i- , many hfrl Uteonilmalt nonethe the Mate brrd, and RELIGIOUS. In premium am A good Mr ami Mru CJ C Ilc.4.v, t( I are in condition to $17 lo522 2o per head; yearling, $3j to nill I el! al that told Motitireilj, aru iaitinx Mia .Mo ne IV. tell. Nearlv all are old enough to brent, or are Wm (row will preach at the $10; one :. Tear old mule at $1W, AUo breeders, and almct: the imire lot bat been bred Mrr li.ncaii liaitalHxit recoTeiel from her Presbyterian church at 11 a. .v. aold 120 head of Way no oounty fheep, a t inv, many of them ' r thrve and four generahave used Homing but the Ust tion recent et'imua accident. IUIIou will prarh at While mixed lot of ewra E'd. built and mtuy et th;u were fine tbow atd larnb, at $1 t'O S Caki'KXTKR i Jejtuty School-Houbulla. Iiko next Tueeday at Oik Oak per dead, all round, (iood hoisejibroURht WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- 0 Lunch at 12 o'clock v sale l g ct at again anil tlioe w ho hae laid theuirelrra r. M aprlT to p.m. Jorca'ali'v-ugood price. JErtc Rev. H. C. Morriaon and J. H. Miller J. II". K.UlllCY, Hlomonl,idKy. liable to the lave will lake notice ami gov.'M Ivnrrr It i: KliMOMoy, A Galen Jf White haa bought (f Captain attending? the District Confermce at aecortlitic;lr. are ern lliemteltea Wm. Campbell hia farm containinj; 75C Ktehnum! Mil. V. II MlI.l.EH haa been appo'.nt acrea, with 2o. 1 Improvementa, lyii r on -- Hv T. C. Havace will iliacouieon th eil C'oninrn"ioner fnim Jtneoln county lo the Kingston and Berea pike, for $20,OOJ Expo-Mtiot- i anil a better n- - "Origin f Methoiliam" at McKinner the LouttTille cnah, belnjr nearly $31 40 per acre. Th g AND DEALERS IN ilar tnornlni; at 11 A M couhl nut hare been nude. Stanford Suburban Property. farm ia conKiderrd by pood farmer and The i'mbr terian Aaaembly in He.-io- Dlt John M. Fli.anu haa our thank e chetpet place ever limoln I'lrmll Court 3 MfInA'.'ei' Hir , Ac , fjr an irivItaiiiiQ to the Commencement at VtcVaburR has choaen Ilouaton, Tc.ta aa old men to I"i lt f ts .1 A in tho comity to make money fit. Mr. .Varch in itiUiiiftt FxerciKra of the Kuiiital ('jllege of Medi- - thi next place of meeting, Iirtiiit id tlits to. it thelereln .it theCommit-tic- n underlined The Kentucky Conference of the M. While ajld lo Wm. Willi 70J acrea on trn, USI,on lie, wli'ch cccura Mar 2'J mill, cine, Iuiav the llarne Mill pike at $0h per acre and Mil Ai.va I'l'LUSf, ol I'aint Lick, E Churrh, South contenea at Ml. Sterling 2, 1884, a part piyiuent 55 acre on Kame pike MONDAY, took waa liete TucJaT, with t lie following Spteuibcr 10:li, Ilinliup Wilaon jire'iilinp. door In e the at i'2" 50 per acre Richmond Herald. County Court day It' A iireat LaptifinKl event wa wltneaietl v m .mil 3 touni' laJit in charue: Miaaea Salliel , I" hout of The Cincinnati catlle market is (puieV bianford. Ky the. high. lid.terlil . 1 It. I. olea p m tell to l'earl, Ma.'cie Adaun and llrowu nnd at Washington Sunday, when W colored Hiiir are weak and sheep steady. Theinio-tation- s nf Land, lulfa mile ti.m Statitoul on the Ilallf Mra J 'hti l'earl, all en route to Paint t nVrrH hid their ain naalied away in the l.apnILe. on wlili h is oiei utaile resbtncand are as follows: i. Mtlfy plffi Irun liuirovem I'otninic. klliiwr WJ 3. with i.'s rr cr ' 'hereon judgment for f CATTLK. Utled up hia KlCHAliin haa 17, 18TS. and their fi.n"Miln CAI'i The African Methodist Kpincopil Con- Common to medium ti !0Qi 'i March -- Credit nf aod ).' months Bonds r. Tkrmi amoke h'.U'e, adle.l n ahed or two and s ference, now in eeanion at lialtimore, (lo-xS Ufoi li to extra Lutein rn with apprivei ft .rlir lamnv to Com n e a .u naTing da a cimfortililf a before liialo'a MM6.M) bearing 6 per .eiit fr Arthur for I'recidesit. A delegstion Comniiii tuholre tnlppert apptp-uil- r i.'iU The Ciptain U a p'liloaipher and beliere from the rxinferHtice went down to Wash- btocken and Iciders ' JM-Matter Ci.w't L.utoln t .rf ult Coutt. noes. in the old adae "What can't be cured ington nnd told him ho. Nlcteil butchers and heavy shippers.. !S TOitVOO Tne thirty-thirannual convention of Kalr to guod packers tnuil be endured" and uke things ea-S.lOgS 50 S SOOgS.SV the Ohio Christian Miaahinary Society i I'alrtogood light COM.HISMOXEK-- .SALE INCLUDING THE MATTERS. LOCAL Common 4.2iQ)M now in ae.'slon at Akron. Since the organ-izilin- n OP SI'lKStlD aiiKt.1. ' Xkw candiea at T. It. WaltonV. of the aociely 1,010 preacher have Common to fair $1 25Q5 !S ! bien euataliied. 22 '00 members added to Uool to extra I.J55.35 TiiKdiriitian church ia taking on a S.WyS 00 the church, and 111 churche organized. Lavtis Common to choice on it roof and ateeple. coat of At Siimford, Ky. There are at preaent 430 churchea in the DANHLLE, BOXLE COUNTY. AN elegant line of French China Tea Siatt. National Hank The will of Edward Hughea was ad of Lincoln Circuit Court.- The first The Hoard of lliahop of the Africin Seta juat received at Warren ft Metcalfu. Stanford ts. Kobt MfAhiter and othrs. In mitted to record Monday. Hia wkw, Kijiilir. . . . , .. the Methodist Church haye relieved from ,hu Sweet patato and all other l'l.ASTS connection Itev. J. W. Aabury, the Mrs, Mary Hughes, the eole devisee under ppccui April Term, usi.ot tue Lincoln Circuit mrl, the und.r.lgned Commissioner will on kind of planta for nale by O. J. New-lan- colored politician, who accepted the posi- the will, qualified aa executrix. -J- ames Crawford, a negro man about 25 MONDAY, An the tion of guager for the governmsnt. 2. 1884, years old, was taken to the Anchorage Aay-- 1 ,,,, ContT court day. between the houra of 11 SOLE AGENTS FOR Evkiiv lidy ahould haye one or moro of one office pya?l per day and the other e door v M.audJr. that much per month, Mr. Asbury lum Wednesday by aherill' J. M.Meyer and ' Manford.Ky. M..lefor the at public auction In the pretty Flower l'ota for eale hy T. 11. to tell as one lot Loulfl II. Durham. He waa nranounced to .i.. t.ii .t i,i,i,ier two Biliipeni lots of ani In t stick to nieaauriug whiaky. Walton the town of 3lanlord. j . adjoining the depot of South-Ben- d mir.,1- I.. n inn SH.ir,lt-- . l. nf . . , ...." " " j .. th( Loulatllli'A astiul.e Jl. n. containing no and N"kw potatoei", cabb.igea, cucumber A Fatal Distmct The Louisville Thouia E. Wooil and D N. I'rewitt getber lit poles, with a iare freah from the garden. tomatoe J'mifj, in apcaklng of what ia known as haye bought about 2 000 lambs in Lincoln FLOURING MILL S. R. Myew. "Hargi' Appellate) District," gives the and Doyle counties Tliey will begin ship- NEW BRICK Wk are now prepa.ed to furniBh ice following remarkable bit of history: ping to Cincinnati next week. The prices AND A "The district comprise forty countien paid were from 5 to 5 J cent Thomas E. cream in any iituutity tofamilits deliyer-e- d Klevnlor and an area equal to more than at any hour. S. B. Myera. Wood bought Thuinday of John Johnson A Lurt'o New Frame Wheat of the State, and haa been made memora 12 butcher heifers at $.'10 per .situite thereon. t getttr with all their toachlniry , NEv atcck of Olaaaware conitinK of b!a by the contests fixtures, apparatus, A.-- r.to tatitiy jJaintltra judg-meof tho past. Elliott head. percent, t to eon from &c, just for?li,000, 'Hh Water Set. Ice Cream Saticew, cradlta of 0, The cjunty court on Monday levied septemlur paid ISaS. mbjict.to audlor the t!o and t wai murdered, Reid suicided, ITargi I Warrtn & Mctcall'a. sumof rcceivtd at 1HI, January J4.970C, wra slandered and villified by his enemira 7A cent on the ?100 ad valorem tax and lOdWwithC p- -r cent.ithereon Irom February l audtbelr riU h rein eautcdtU, tliaplay of and dragged into a long law suit, H)b-er- t $2 poll tax. The court also subscribed Come and aee the handaome Tho abore property it eligibly ittualtd on the Little, the Chairman of the Oarings-vill- $500 to aid in tbe'eocatruction of the KuoiYllle Branch ot the L AS, K. Hrlna town tea and dinner peia and fancy gla?ware at the heart of a tine country. of I poo t Convention, wm killed by his brother-i- n Bright iS: CurranV. and Cnne Run branch turnpike, The biilldlugaactl machinery are new and cost tjx.ooo The t.ile it a 'ue njportutilty to practl-- i. law; Cleveland, the Chairman of the which intersects the Danville and Pleasant The iron fronta of the new buildings aro .(I mill men '1 nam ok Sale A credit of 6 and 12 months. up and the brick work i leing rapidly Elliott Cm mention, died soon after, nnd Hill pike nt Mock's bridge and the Bonds reiiulted with approved security, pjyuble hiacompeiitir, Colonel Origaby, of Clark, pike at Cave Spring. Tho money toCommlitloner, testing 0 per cnt liom day or by Mr. Wm. King, pushed iudgments. I.len alw It wnnt be uuny days before the gap is ended hia day. in the wild of Colorado un- ia not to be piid until the roul is complet- saleal bailnr theetf clotII. .. Wfl.VIl, ntalne.1. der di'trtceiug circumstances. Ji.i.td Muur Com'r Llncolc Circuit Cvu i ed and out of debt, filled in. of D.viarm ever aheep but one Monday night. stock 11. F Robinson boucht of Hilly Bill a for aale cheap lir lite bunch lot of 250 Ih hogs at 1J cents. " orilfzen. H, 8 Mera A. T Xnnnelley haa bought 25,000 BrKAKiwi. At Ml. Vernon next Mon- pounds of wool at 12 to 22 cents, r. M. day, . I mice M J. Durham and Gov. .1. li. Dr R M. N'unnelley, of Clark, sold a I", u. tho good people of lot of sheep at I to 1 eta. per pound. X. M. McL'reary will addreM i.M. KockcaMlo Jamta II. Oivem' Almont mare dropped Solar Tin: Stanford A l're.tclierville Turnpike a fine colt Tueday by Messenger Chief. Wesley Itout sold to Jos. llallou 75 Co. will npply to the nexl court for an order to cloee the road running from Gsorce acres of land on the Danville pike at $45 Vaughn' gate ' l'reacheraville. hail-atorm- a fin PAtNTd nf IVnnv A Mr.AHnter. f i vi.hii-tii- u un!iii riU kt NfcKoberla Mr. J. O.Ake, formerly of the Clemens House, now nas the management of the Central Hotel, Mr. F. W. Handman left Wednesday, via Cincinnati, for South Western Kanan on a proiprcting tour. He will be absent eeveral week. Mr. and Mia. J. S VanWinkle, Misa Twidwell. Mrs. U. P McGoodwin.Mis.G W.Welsh, Jr, Mr. and Mrr. W. H. Harris, Misa Harris, Mr Jno. Randolph, Mr. T. P. Cur ry and Mrs. J. A. Qjiwenberry attended the muaical festival at Cincinnati thin Mh, H. B Trible bhaa returned week. from a lengthy uisit to friends in Missouri. Mesr. C. N. Hraith, H. G Sandifer, J. J. Yeiser, Morris Yeiser, J. K. Bishop and A. J. Rice are in attendance at the meeting of the Grand Commandery now in session. who has been for Knight, Mrs 8. several months in Danville, returned lo Lexington Wednesday Mr. G. D Fisher and children , of St. Louis; Mrs. Wm, H. Bell and Mia Mattie Bell, ol Shelbyville, are visiting the family of Col. Jaa. A. Fisher. JUDGE Ia a CudMate .11. J. DUJCIIAM ' DANVILLE for Coogresa In Ihe 8th District utiject to the will of the Dciuociacy. JAMKN IS. .MeCKKAItY Is a CamlMate for CongreM In Ihe Klglith DUtrlcl, utiject to the will ol the Deuiotracy. PLANING MILL COMPANY MaDj.riLt tt IIOX. A. O. TALIiOTT li Cnndldatnfor CoDgritt In thla to the action o( the dunocntjr. dlstrlct,'iul-Jf- jura of DoorM, Nasli, ISlhiilR, Wiudow Blold- - Itlt.VDI.KV, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, J49-l- K. C and Door FrmucH, 1uj;k, Stroll Sau F. M. WARE & CO., Jml! of tlo Drccd Qut-clu- Hx-cla- . Building Material Farming dumber! r blue-gras- s Trar-scrip- I l" i.tsviri.E plakixg mill, alit-iup- THE PEOPLE'S CYCLOPEDIA Peerless Traction Engine. ol wool-growe- WT. H. TRAYLOR, FIELD (1 " 1670.-fGlasg- Bank Stock, &c. 0RAIN THRESHER. Court-tiou- K fit m ":" :.!. 11 m 2.M-- PUBLIC sale: .... fl :... lt THE HILLSDALE HERD - J mu ,,, 'r it ' '.'It-li- fm i. j Short-Hor- n ', irtf g, ltt. BRIGHT -- n RRAM J. ! 1 e 1 .... I'uke-toppe- d j e consussioxKir.s saw: GROCERS I bua-ine- fa be-ih- 1 A- - 11 JUNE Court-Hous- e 1 , HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implem'nts5 gies, Wagons, Bug- I l .11 y- . d MILL PROPERTY - paa-(or- ,, Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. .Buggies and Carriages. and Hamilton JUNE court-hout- I n.in.l ,., Plows, Solo and Tul,ning, Plows, one-thir- d e liar-rudsbu- Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Also Agents for Wall1' A. Wood Harvesting Har-rodtbu- Machines; AUJa AT BED ROCK PRICES. Stanford, Ky., May 23, 1884 T? f fML0U I SVI LL A NASHVILlfrmTs 1 Face Horse Literature, y r i ia n ,i u dotaoraliring institution, the LouThat THK OflKAT THE. INTERIOR" JOURNAL isville race, in with tn again. Not only And the Loulttllle are the race demoralizing, but the newn-pipaccounts of them are gradually bringing the human family down to nothOne rear for only 8.1 two ntiiert for little ing. The race might be tolerated, though, more than the price of one, if no reports of them could be put into Hr paylmr m tt rou will recite for one year print. A man and hi family may g'ay the jour home piper with the reprcMOUllve newspaper of the Mouth, democratfrom the race track, but how ia it away ic and for a tariff for rerenue only, and the lieal, possible for him or them to stay away from brightest and ablest family weekly In the United HUtn. Thote. who desire to eiamlne a (ample the newapapm? One of the most deplora.-bl- e ropy of the Courier-JournCan do to ill tbla office. features of theae race reports is the dia- ' Wltlout Change andwltfc Speed position of the race reporter, in the ex Forty years, alas! change the face of all ritemant of the composition, to write of SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE bloom any faat mare that happens to come under ociety. Infant aie growing old, the raou lolisvilu to tiu This notice forewarns huntera, aihermen and his pen as "he" Many a quiet family of youth and beauty have passed away, two tranipa not to trvenawon our land without while active generations have been swept from the gathered around the hearth-ston- e at alt eucn act' are liable to be procrcuted forto the mil extenior the law the father read aloud the reports of the stage of life, names once cherished are Htanlord, Ky Match 17th, ISU, tjlfned for fame II. .MCHIUrlCK. llui.t W. M.McCormack, raced, haa been inexpressibly shocked at gotten, unsuspected candidates A. W. Carpenter, II. T. limb, .'aTinoab, K Held, Jacksanyllle, Meblle, and New Orltani. this description of a favorite mare, and the have started from the exbaustless womb of alllihon, levl Hubble, it Cobb, father haa got right up and declared that nature. I). ..hole., llljrxloi Kelly, BEST ROUTE II. II.. I J K.tioyer, W.C. McCurimci, And in fifty years mature, ripe fifty in the future he should never read aloud M. B. Lylle, Palae Can Without Change. (..I.. Carter race years a half century what tremendous to his fmily the report of any ho T. J. lllll. J. W. Weaherford, Win. Burton, SHORT LINE TO THE e C Vahoy, write her changes occur. How time if it hadn't been written by Gen. J, A. IUrrl, J. is. Murphy, rroaaLoulsslllela ralacaCars wlthentchsogt, .1. M. Hill, wrinkles everywhere, in rock, river, P.W.Carter, Duke. But the fact it, the report of no Kd Carter, J. II, McAlltlrr, Se.alng domtscnth. hoss race should be read aloud in any fam- forests, cities, hamlets, villages, in the naJ. I). Jonra, T.J. Fotter. CiniUrtNII I O line ol this road will T. M. White, J. Q Montgomery Time to Cut Class. rtcelre pedal low raits. ily, whether there are any mares in the tures of man and destinies and aspects of Dress-Makin- g! lr. J. J. Mobeily, l. K. Marcum, aDis oi mis cumpanr rates, routes The report of the analytical chemist of Millinery & W. K. A moil M.T. !tuivll, civilized society. c, or write C. V. AIMORf, for P. 4T.A. entries or not. There U in all hoss-rac- e G. A. I). Newland, H.J. III demoralising reading that Let us pass on to eighty years and what of the Depirtment of Agriculture, sumreports other ) LoulJII. Ky. AT MoKINNKYl must be condemned, and that should be do we desire and see to comfort us in the ming up the results of analysis of nearly A PRI7F ni1 r'n,a '"r txiitage and rrrelte I hare rccelyed variety of shut off from the family circle as complete- world? Our parents have gone, our chil- all the cultivated grasses, says: "I: is ap. .mi ui a erf, anu imia full Use of eyery the aame. TraJeM.rk. WUHKAT'H NFr.CI rIt "' KOJ. hlth an micnon ol will help all, of either set, to mere money right ly as newnpapsr accounts of a bicycle lace. dren have passed away from us into all parent then tbat in most cases the time of MIm Cynthia Gtraon, wholaaH espert In the lm- tTho (Ireitt Kngllsh Itcmcdy, way than anything else In Ihlt world, fortune a inra, win auiti me. itonit and urlcea await the worker absolute) sure. A I once For instance, in the published names of parts of the world to fight the grim and bloom or thereabouts it the fittest for out-tin- g very lo 31 HH. Jf. V. TAlll.Klt. A Co., Augutta, Maine. Memo, cure Is riltl '.Nl.lt in order to obtain tbe most McKlnney, Ky. WYiJ ry.a Lom of Brain for Weak Nrrrous grassM desperate btttle of life. Our old friends Tower, the starters, the motl wicked and hxbaustlon, Seminal Weakneu, for expressions are ud,9uch as "dsm Mot-li- where are the;? We behold a world of nourishment and largest relatively profitaliupotncy. and tleoeral Um of ! ! ! I'ower ol the (leneratlye Organs; Origaby," "dam which we know nothing and to which we ble crops and for the following reasons Morgan," "dam Mr. nJ .11 tl.&.ea that follow u a . Btff liking, nuance ot youthful Imprudrnca oi Florence I.," etc. It is a wonder that, are unknown. We weep for the genera The amount of water has diminished and . II. KIXXAIKD the exreesol matured years, such Tr.J.M.rk. The under these circumstances, any lady is tions long gone by for lovers, for parents, the shrinkage will therefore be Unlyersal Lassitude, Pain In the Keeli jurat auxlety & and as d We weight of the crop will be largest in pro Lincoln county and for the pople of Stanford thing baca, !liiinr of Vision, ever seen at a race. Powibly, a lady who for children, for friends in the grave. promt to do the fair Age.andraiay elfer win miiire wun nim in euner Li so unfortunate as to be wedded to a prosee everything turned upside down by the portion to the nutritive value of its con- wr infra u toey A that lo.l to Insanity r Chicago The London Lancashire Insurance Co., of In all cases of Kemsle fane husband does not mind such language, fickle hand of fortune and the absolute des stituents. The amount of nitrogen cot Liverpool, who- - mvIi are !J,2J,OO0, or WeakneMthe epecl6.c acU Ilk a The IWyal, ol jyerpl,aiet M,M7,t?l, or cbirm. rratoring THK O.VM" LINK Kl'.S.NI.SK but it must be quite shocking to any oth- potism of time. In a word, we behold tbe present as albuminoid will bj at its lowest The Lancashire, of Manchester, aweta over !;. or. gltlnt to theloeaor afading tig. eye brilliant reporter, vaciiy of life, and are quite ready to lay point; fiber will not be so excessive as to 000.0OO. er kind of a woman. The race anl sparkling lirauty. to mecneet IIV promiK t) ply all ttutft ran Jay of a,ljuitmml the may blooomof hralth. Cars! prevent digestion and the nuttitive ratio Aflsr Takleir not satis6ed with the grossest profanity, down the poor burden and be gone. an. ill n VJ.ut thr utwll titty'jM) J.iyl timr. r.Murray'aypeclne Is a.ld by all Urugglsis al AND OI.It THAINS will be more advantageous If cut earlier me ever so many ridiculous expressions, Write to him or call on him at Lancaster,, Ky. It per package, or alt packages for IS. Also by A Kiss by Mistake That Wjn a Husband. mill, lostagefree.on receipt ol price. the shrinkage is larger, although the fiber which he would never write if he could TO arKiill nartlculars lu pamuh at. which will b LOUISVILLE CHICAGO The familiar and kissemphnsized "Good mailed free to eyery applicant. Addreu all comonce know what people think of them. bye, now write as soon as you get then!" is less and albumen is a little larger. The JbtL munications to the ante manufacturers. palatability may be increased, but the total Hrariat.NotliK.-l'aaaenjeis He will tell about a how that has "passed rang out on the morning air (rem the KealuifiT JiVltH.l 1 Jit.lHl ixk to.. at a small staaCanaul'lty, Mo. AN It It a,rlee l Ml.rU . the string" a feat known to be impossible tion, when a gentleman remarked: "Doyou nutriments to the acre will not be so large in lime to take the eretunf Hold In Stanford by I'cnny A McAllsler and all trn f the JIanoit cV LO., Druggists everywhere and the nutritive ratio will be more abnor-- , Itoute" and ao thruuah lo " for any how. A hoa3 may be trained to know I never see any A ami's l'KTaa A Co , Wholesale Areola, one kising gcod bye mal. The d tea J vantages of late cutting are Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, ()., and In liauapollt, OrcrnrnMIr, Crnnfiirdsrillp, Lnrarctte pistol, and even to ue deadly weapfire a Uulsfllle, Ky. Ind .dealers In slleln way A Sons', Dicker Drue.', at a railway station but I think of how I nnd Chicago ultiiniit rhnnge. in increase of fiber, destroying Haines', j. a c Klc her, Voe A Hon', Baldwin A but who ever sswa boss first ons in met my wife." "Now don't tell that the digestibility of the nutriments and the T1.MKTAHLK oVa.! ft.n'ritfeV pissing a string? It might be possible for silly thing again," interrupted his life comerAtlO.NtN. ly.,.' and terms to Instruments xild at HhoastopaM the butter, because a hoas panion, as she blushed a little and sudden lauinguuui me amumen ov conversion chasers. Don't glfe prices orders till ynu suit pur- your get our I.te. IHiliillr 7 It n m into amides. This is not made up by the prices and terms (1924ms ia sometimes stronger than butter, but he The sire of trotters, roalters, anJ more fanrjr Arr. Itreeutattln.. .. I HI a in 2 01 ly became interested in the scenery. But larger m e ". Y. Herald. " CrawfurdsTllle and cropcut hasttrn bortre than sue other stalnever passes a string Sometimes the race the unheeding husband continued: i li. a M J 61 p Ul lion In Kenturkr. will make the oestun of !SI " Jbf ' "It 9IIIM 11 pm surI Irs west of SUDlolil, a lour in reporter will speak of Chiracs illrtellf on the Knob 7 JO a w Patronizi.no a Pxpdler An elder in Mnig was at Indianapolis. Inline Union depot rtulltr. to srrse loaret l.l'k ikr, an4 lll ! prise." Now, what kind of a surprise is a at the ettremelr low prlreof IM the eeaton or 110 one of the churches was last week makine tne uMsiuirtitrohte. will, !; uB, charp.eol one night she was bidding her brother good Insure, cart, to all jwlntt In Wisconsin, .flnnota. Iowa to rsrtln with the mare forfeits the Insurprise that is two yeirs old' No man bye He la in etrellent hreler ami a sure Mlfaka, At surance. er lurlber lufermtKun. addrrea just as he was starting or a long trip up a club of subscriber for a Sundsv foal Ketter (Iran furnished at It per loonlh on earth has ever retained his astonish.MUIUIAI M.U.MUI. I'. A., to the West. He stood on the car steps and scdool paper, in in rounds he called at a I2S. Due rare taken to renl accidents or eca-s- , Uiilirlllt, Ky ment for that length of time, even when his she en the depot platform for but will not 1h reftonilbleshiHild anr the last kiss; house where he found a little ;irl of evtn Jj. H. BURNSIDE -UtUCRlrTIO.') AVII I'KIUilllKII.-Noli- br Is a let landlord has come around and voluntarily but just as he turned and hltik, with small sttrand two hlte feet. IS litnds went into the cir at home. He explained his errand to her I Inch reduced his rent, i'ettbit U the kind of I stepped down to the platform. Immedi- hoping to get her name to the list, an 1 she rt, KnOWD. lieautlfiilhlcti, line miiie and tall, kkk lny Irk This Old Well head and neck, eaellent shoulder. E foolishness appearing in race reports. ately felt a pair of arms and loin la fact In stimetrj and will "i'1"'1- I around my neck Hotel Still Maintains guarantee there dnrtn't life a stallion nf reporter writes of winning When the race "Well I'll ask mother and I'm quite a letter dlsiutltluo, and thise tiislltut he almost and a pair of soft lips rained kimn on my High a stake, he approaches ordinary compre- face and mouth before I had Inrailaldr tmartslohls menj AsaneTldenre sure she'll give me the money, for she says Kouto Enst time to prothat he will prudme terj last hoites when cner.l hensions. The I ace being conducted by a test. You see she had we must patronize the peddlers who come! on Kl uiarrt It Ihe fsrl that sooie of his eerr mistaken me for sponlleat colls hate nuthlnf hut a Mr Wallace dam club, it is natural tbat he should now and her brother, but the result was that I fell along or they will be driven to steal and'I Its Proprietor ii Determined that Iflrronuniend them This ol itaell Is . oncluilte Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. it Shall bo Second to no Coontrr proof that thesee. comet frnni the tire. .Some of refer to a stake; beeides, nearly all in love with her kisses, then and" "I think," rob!" hasn't thecvldeet-hlooilx- l nialra In the land hareproiluc-edlastculThe only line runniBf Hotel in tne state in its .Fare, He gone back to see if th e sue-- 1 hosses have to be lied to something. The interrupted hy him. Mr. Alex Johnson says 'I theMady, "that you and your Appointments, or Attenhare handlnl more of Nohby'a colli than any man, ceeded. Detroit Free Pres. habit race reporters have of sying the friend hid better go into the smoking and they are all last." Mr. tVm. LKidd tayt 'do PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPIN0 CAR8 tion to Comfort of car if howes were running close enough togeth- you want to talk better nublatera lite." Mr Purdom has one with their Oaeits. In London the other day there was ex such nonsense." And so IlllUhandllnatbatls troltlnu bis mile lo IK er to be covered by a blanket, ought to be another little romance of tbe and says "ao Utter cloi ef hones can ts found " hibited a sturgeon, measuriog nineteen rail ended in ilr. y. U. Nnnet tt js no rnsd It too Ion lor any Nobody is goicg to run nut discontinued. smoke. Chicago Herald. feet long and four feet six inches in girth. of them,andarery one a teller." Warren stuttel'i .V.'? animals al. Noliby made a record ol 2 3.1 ami wit sold lo W. C and throw a blanket over Its weight was IU5 pounds. The fish was t Cosasaerrlal Trarslers. Tke Bar will raoM Ktlr, Cleteland, Ohio, lor li.OOO. If necessary Besides the celebrated Major and the ready beated and about to go into further alwya pallet! with tke choicest could Kle DiiuiMrs of testimonials from Ihe best .b.n in the orth Sea, :in the deep sea bfaadsofLlq.orsa.a ciaars. Simon Foster" oaks in Lord Manver's horMinenof our ccuntry conimendlng Nobby lo IteiilNTllle.riiicluunlliititlLex heata. If any person should, however, attrawl net of one of the Grimsby smacks, j Ihe favorable consideration of all Uteri of fool iBxien, jny., tempt to do anything of this sort, the of Parle at Thoresby, Eoglahd, there is the horiuw, hut will let the above tulflre. Ktamlne It is rarely that so fine a specimen is seen the horae. rou are dimmed to f We be seized by any present Shambles Oak, a tiee so named from its ! pttronaitr Iami If irutrtntee talne rrcelteil hlui Tour fender should wl'l fur your There has been nothinz to compare with money. Nobby Is by llairard Chief, he by o n society hollow trunk having been made a butcher's member of the it since 18"y, when a Grimsbr smick in Chief, he lie Membrlno I'aymatter. he by CoBDlln In tame detwl with fait Ualst lor not too much absorbed in tbe running to shop, so to speak, in which were hung up the Mambrlnn. be by Imp. .Metaent;er Otrrardt'hlfl s same way brought in a sturgeon, short lam, Dollie Dlinn, bf Frank; K. dun be Aratut; attend to his own business. The irrever- and dressed the sheep ami deer killed in er in length but bulkier, weight K. ir. dam by Hamblelnolaii; (. k. c. dam by 5:wt. 2qrs the neighboring forests by those who, in ILUJ. Nobby't dam a thoroutbbred mare former, ence running through the average race I ly owned by II. V. Koblnson, of (Isrrard county. ought to be condemned as much as time past, set property rights at defiance. iw-tit. ii. v nun: The Direct Ronte toLynchburp, Ban Judah P Benjimin wa a remarkable, villo, Norfolk, anvtMru that i in them. There is an ex- This, when a "hale green tree" must haye man. Altar having made a comnlele fail -- awt) name ia Hickory James, been one of enormous size, but one half of cellent hon whose ure of politics, he started in the practice of, All Virginia and North Corolinn yet in the reports he constantly appears as it is now gone in abort, it is a mere shell, the law in an entirely new field, and soon Points. Hickory Jim. This must be highly mor- some boys having set it on fire some four For tickets ami further built up a husine-- s that brought iiirn an' yournearett ticket 0ce. or Information, iVJ to address owners, not to mention the or five years ago while burning a trasp's tifying to hi U' " AHWOI.n, annual income of oyer $200,000 AdTerllslEis Agt , Tli k.t and IW Alt.. feelings of tbe hoss Then we have Billy nest in its centre. Another remarkable .11(1 W Jliiln Hi., IxmlstllleVKy Qilmore instead of William Oilmore, and tree is the "Parliament Oak," so named be- Itfcently a special train run from FJge O.n'l Manaer, No cause under its ence spreading branches Hill station, Li verpiol to London, a Bob Pate instead of Robert Pate. den'I I'aat'r Aa-l-. from illstem-I't- r total Tbe comtiineJ stallion, hat Richmond, Vlrnlnla anj will las iriuittfl to serre uiana wonder so many young men lose all their King John, who had a palace not far oft", distance of 11)2 milts in three hours and 51 Any hoss held a Parliament. This is now a com- minutes. This is salaries on certain bosses. -I- .KAIIN Knl TIll'TII AKOIT Till- ;jut GO miles an hour At $15 lo IiiNiire a MviiiK Colt. Piinti. bay italllon, foaleil lsjs, bred ly Charles Htanlord, Ky , tired by Mrfi-nze- r ( hlf whose name ia James or William is liable plete wreck, the few leafy branches of The regular i lime between termini four tire of Maud Metirnusr. 'tcori ,' 10, Marrel, .yr Maria luttiireJ at $2 rr month. furtlicr old. record, a iM, (iut, to stop in the midst of a closely contested which its head consists being supported oo hours ami four record VSD'., OHIO parii' ' .jm, an on or aildrtM minutes MISSISSIPPI , MT, tilth hi'tt on track, Abel Abdallah, N. II. 11, tl'ail. II AX, race when the thought comes over him props. Thee etorm' tossed veterans of an:il-l- f .iitnu'o aiewart, l Hi call at ujii, nim i. Manlord, H y The Detroit Vrtt Prut U not surprised right then be calling cient Sherwood still cover hundreds of that somebody may vi" not. .iiiiri iioiiiiiiui; uiieii Klitl dam builo by Sentinel, recotd 2:2"!l and that (Quaker fn nel Jom indulge in iirofsm-ty- , him Jim or Bill. Numerous other faults acres. IhnilrHof Von Arnlm,2 rij$, told In Oiuiiubdoro Kltltonlor IIO.WO! Annitte, !1I':;T A.TO since the Quaker dam, about whidi that appear in race report might be menVouriirHeiitlnrl,2"Jrt: Mlnnon, 2.'i7'i, Vtvandlcre Tun Gecko's Education. Eddecaahiui there has been eo much aid in New Y " 2'Jfi',. 22S, (Irand N'lillnel ru . ,., tioned in addition to what are denounced Sentl. fer In i iiirliiiidti ' ..., , ,1B , ', haa made de negro discontented an' chang net It lull brother 1 Volunteer, the tiro of fit Ju- - der'l lur (.rand 'Vulral laaVnRe, "ill papers will cost $10,000 000 uio above, but some spice must be left in this l.l.l,,2..".,,'J,0l,'r2.,7i AUr' "i ""llne.2 statementInby rltal line, that in,,.. I. a ed his hull natur'. He has ijuit hard work nl , 19' Irlter2 l!S: Hmiler.a Wt; Amy, 2 20Uv tranifer linclnnttl, paper for telegraphic tuvter and poetrv. the nS,i ,,! .mil a tfore limrw In the 1 .11 1. Smart Weed and lielladona ccUib.nei' Southern Ify and Ohio A N., an' is tryin' to make i libin' ?ome udder Mittlu'r,.! If, Undoubtedly there should he reform in Second dam. Kitty Hirers tho dim ol Ilertle iiticraie niitrriireaei iitatluu. way. He trie to feel his-e- lf ns good as with the other ingredients uned it the i tst record 2 S7, The ".thdKrandim rmiru .1 oo; if it can not be abolished altoreporting, Liiii runri ii if Tlllinri.il nnd of Maud Meenier, 2 20, by Ab. t anybjdy, an' yit de knowledge dat he hain't porous plasters make Carter's S W A P ilallli,thtlreof(ioldiinlth Maid, 2 It; Uotallud. rlnnall ind H t lamia wilbout itA inMiean flu. Iran.ieV fo n gether. The hoss is a noble animal, and 2 21'., ThornJale. 2 T2' .: Alinnnl. Al.l .11.1. nil,,. K"i and W!t at inlerme.llate keeps hi in stirred up. When you take a Backache Plasters the be.t in the market iTTnv ' should never be uei to demoralize the Ac. At "''"" '" cull'd boy an' gin him a fine education, Price "3 cents. mini dam by ltd Jacket, (tiro of thedaii of ?h.rru.IVl"M:.Mrl"fa newspaper readers of Louisville Times Kentucky Wllke., 1 21 I ho vrnn Ism ol what have you dun for him? You have . I.Viind Hed Wilkes, and ol Phil lliomn-on- , to, ho, TJie tire i.cu...ieaY,!,iVL,nnI,VVfn'rnra",.r,,:I. record. 1 21) by Cornel, by .Slirriiun Ladies handkercu.efs this reason in simply eji'ilt a good waiter an made a danIhn sire l Vermint lllatk Htvrk, the sir ol Mnyera tho Souil, tailing o.iViwt'w Vh ,h: Paris match the gown, sj that if your gown gerous criminal. Hecin'tgo into law or train, can take the Wm, which make!. Un Klhan Allen and many other (rollers, lied Ja, k. This fine stallion will ttand ba present tcason ct'silam was tired by a lulf brother lo llltok lluuk ia made of a materia' with design of rose- medicine; you dean' want him in a bank or CELEBRATED at my ttablei In Mllltdgctlllt at 810 to Insure a henlliieland Alxtnder't Alxlallah are both by toll till neanlnir time, Lien retained buds, cr trimmed with rosebud embroidery stoh; if he sots up fur hisself he stands no leaton Hyadyk'i llimbletonlan, the irranddro of money. Dauitol winners Tire. Jtodericklor Dim It H.. 2 lOJi: Jay.ey B.,ee. '.'!(, St. Jullrii, 2 Maud Tiio Lilin H, '"""''DclnnatlA i,,,,IlfUIH(r Ion you should have a habdkercbief with a show. He feels abovo nis own race, an' a rlijnt luahogunr bay, with blatk mane and tall, Ae., ami it thotlreofDoxler, 2 17',; Nettle.2 lli, ' '",?7"-".'"'"wnee,.UMf I, JS; Br yean old, and lor lilt training makea Rod w....KU ..I.., tan guarautce a ('0111111110111 trip. lid ...j wirK" ii act, i ii aim thirty rosebud border. If your gown is brown cin't get to de lebel of de whites. De one tltii" He It by Imp. Iiuckden, he by Ilay otlicri. with records nti .lOuml l.iti.r M....nr..V Fourfold I),y Tralm ( Irclnnall to St jollU tweed your handkerchief should have a claw will hate him an' de odder look upon Hutkilen waa got by Chief wiii tlriM by Abdallah l'llol, ilrcofl'Itkard, Ie,?'i:.?J" "' i,arJ Lcrd tllfdeu, (winner ol thegruattit. ledger Slaket I 18J,: lied Jim a.year-ol- d '1,,n!, "' rrjrd.2 S8; lit dnra la Through brown border, and if your drees is made of him as a curiosity. Nine times outer ten lor (ait me "I',6 on Day Train, tbe Poncamr Sttket, I88J, and ai n to lien (ieorx II lliomat. aire of ra at e won tbe Woo. I co Ih Staket. the Champagne Hlakrt Kcott'a Tlionut, 2 21. by Mambrlno Mtsienger.ilro m, Night Trains. striped material your handkerchief ehouH he will drift to de bad." No change of fart ut nny rlasi ot and the T Stakes), out ol Consequence ofl.pwllnkl. 2 21'i. H..rnn,l ,lim 1., Munh.ln,. .. ixittpiigert. have a border strip to match. The latent Ktcry pattencer iiuuioiuii. jwjiicricKi in nam, .Mary Chlel.slrnol l.ady Thorn. 2 18; Wuolford Main, " Now doth the Chicago delegate in all train, by KnlgbtofSt (itorje; 2d dam by brlno, 2 2lj; Mimbrlno I'alcheuand others. hatai.atlna 'Ihiough far. All S1 .. novelties in men's handkerchiefs have a Mulatto ,.--..- ilsm I'rnlilAfi, K. uHviiu. Jl.Itfiult i a as..ngert are carrlii mi Kxprrai Third dam by Imp. Napoleon and Kncllib Hununit, .' parts of the country prepare to have a pho..k... UI V unll.!. win .1 reuteisa by Cerrantei; fitli dam Marlanno by bor ter, Ac. IlrwHlen wlllobiorro that Abdullah b!ac devils in groborder of little red or nearly full brother to Maud Mniaenger, tograph Uken in his delegate's costume to w'uiii iijt inuoiiiyi no nam Molot ((Joldenlock'a dam) by Hhark; 8th dam by 1 to, that aold fur Jl.000 and tesque attitudes. for ti.WO latl ""ftrlnCMnclnnMlfoniran'K. hand down to his grandchildren with the yj on, 9th dam Hulck'a Charlottoby lllank;10lh fall; they hate aame aire and grindim; hit dam It - yi yv. inn ubiu liy UJKT t 1'lllipie; Ul r,irr urni tiian jiiiura (ism. lie It a turn foal Tho I)lllt nil, A Wormy Time. Lost Friday a memremark: "That'H how vour p rami dither 2? olntt WettI dam by lletbell'i Gutatray; s h dam by Whynot: getter and a horse of Hue ttrle and carriage, He. ' ber of Mr. Beecher' church pplil looked in Ib-Jltb dam Horalmaro. Mary Craln'a Drat dam wis will inuiU tho teuvin of I8S1 at Charles Ii mi n't vlalouliillle. when he 'nominated Presi- C hristlill. In- - Ucilvrletr rilin. M.I Imp. Vnneletto 2K miles from Htanfjrd, on Itiuh llranch idke. at 2 I him to know as to the degree of guilt his uent TrftiiiHfr"" '"" " rnthe rural districts the yjnoioionei in Knglami; Sd Vorella by lllack- - tCi.VlO INNllltK A I.IVIN(J i'OI.T. boy had incurred by appropriating a delegate is a very big man. who ! 1 i. I imuioiu, uui urerion, otn Walnut! t. for the b 1'Ul.' ' sth I'lracantha by Mathen; Uth l'roph- Ik fc STOMACH Alto will aland a chestnut from a barrel tbat stood in front next month will enjoy almost aa much noW ettit by Jtejrulut; 10th Jenny Hplnner by Greyhound; 12lli Si phomsba, dam by t'ln- inn MP tai' sibbii asTaVl V s of a corner grocery. At tbe prayer meet- toriety among his neighbors as if he were Arabian, 14 li White Strint; 16th Kllu Montague ing that night Mr. Beecher said: "If all to be the dark horse. -- Philadelphia WRL 7TOINNUKK. J.M.Hall tayt he bought a the chestnuts that I stole while a boy ofj H HB a At the iim,tii,Mwaiii .i.n.i uui uua jaca, some lunloi lu the neighborhood where he made a Do Not ...Mv r..Vv "w n., .I,., ... .. bo Deceived !ThiJ0h,, Resenerntloa for Eareebled Nyateata, teatou and they were good one and he hat the 13 or M in Boston were up before me on I Several years Siifferlnjf from a (cneral want of tone, ami reputation of being a good breeder. ago a village in the glori- ! IU usual concoraltanU, judgment day, there would be a pretty wor- ous Commonwealth dyapepsla of Kentucky was nenouaneas, la neldom UerUable from and AtJ8 to Inure a Ut ng colt till weaning Stinford, Ky, my time." uae or a noitrUhlng diet and etlmull tbe due same of named for tbe fraudulent President. With hone. Bowman lis appetite, unaided. A medicine that will years old, 15 bandaat high nnd Youngbrod by (leorge A man may be amply qualified for the an adequate, if tardy, senre of thb effect a removal of the auecltlc obstacle to Wathlngton, ofjloyle county. wai eternal lit was renewed health, and vigor, that Is a genuine llarler s Coninromls. he l.r Tlnnii..iui. sired by Jly Metunger Chlei; dam by Alcalde, (lire by Hy- position of President of the United States fitness of things, the people i.. ii of Hayesville corroctlve, U the real need. It U the Henry Clay't Warrior. YoungHowman'a dam "fir lV2 so: fancy dit, a SO, Ac, ranger Ag't Ohio A UlatU.if "hallway, and yet lack many elements necessary of this Brand requirement whieh "'AQdy Kice: a. dam by Pioneer: a. ir. dam will make theteaton of 1881 at Mr. have changed tbe name of the place to Yeagtr't) of a good base ball ummakea Iloatettcr's Ptomiich Iluter. to the make-un by Old Wagner: g. ir. a. dam br a Malteae fennel. "I'rotldence Nelghlwrhood," Danrllle, Ky.. at elTectlve aa nrj Invliforant. For sate by all . Jt. w u itwrwmy w Anderronville, rff. pire. ? . a, $l5ToIniir), UriujKlst anl Ucafera generally. 289 ln I ll MliltdgaTlIle, Ky. re,tana,cr.a,r6hlo.oeu,n'aM't' Changes of Life. Change is the cjmmon feature of society -- all of life. The world ie like a magic lantern, or the shifting scenes of a panorama. Ten years convert the population of schools into men and women, the young into fathers and matrons, make and mar fortunes and bury tbe last generation but one. Twenty years convert infants into lovers, fathers and mothers, decide men's fortunes and distinction, convert active men and women into crawling drivelers and bury all preceding generations. Thirty years raises a generation from norentity, change fascinating beauties into bearable old women, concert lover into grandfathers and bury the active genera-tion- , or reduce them to imbecility and Bil sub-lim- rKOrK.SHl(mii Porpoise Fishing on the Atlantic Coast. The PMit L'ljf states the result of the IAX V. BUKUKTT. 1. W. BISWNc first effort this reason to enirip porpoises nrjiiDBTT & iinoivN, ofi' the coast of North Carolina. It result ed in the capture of To fat porpoise, which AT rOltNiaV.-- f A.TH,A.Wj l4-ly- r MT. VKKNON, KY. were taken to Philadelphia to be "tried ALEX. ANDBHSON, out." The estimated weight of i lie citch ATTOltNEYIIAT X.A.'W, is 45,000 pounds, from which Capt. John DANVILLE, KY., A.Cook, superintendent of the company, Wilt practice to the Court of Boyle and adjoining roughly calculates will be procured 1,000 counlle and In the Court of Appeals. gallons of oil, 3,750 pounds of leather and J. H. FI8H. 15 tons of phosphate. The hide will make Lnw, An J Master vommlulonerltockcastleClrcultCour, a leather pronounced equal to the best MT. VKKNON, KY. 111 French calf skin and the oil is said to be tions a rractic In the ltockraatl Courta. Collectpecialty. Offlce la (1361 superior to sperm oil. Leather from this LEE F. HUFFMAN. source has been made in smill quantities for some years in England and Germany; it BUKGJGON KTiNvnnn vv South tide t. fine and strontr and makes the best shoe I Office Myers Hotel; Main Hlreet, two doort abtovt the FureMtroua Oxtdt Ou administered when re laces quired. The fishing, it is said, will be continued, but as the weather is getting warm it is OB. W. B. PENNY, probable that the next catch will be "tried "OoiltlMt. out" at an establishment on the coast. It STWtllE STANKOIID.'KKNTUCKY. Office nrer ttoht. 8. is intended to fish in Chesapeake ISay, and from S to 12 x. H, and Ljtle'a store. Office hour to S i x. Aneathellca ad lM-lvnilnMr. wnw nerewttrT. about June operations will commence at Cape May and continue during the summer. The net Used is something like what is known as a "fyke" net and is, with the wings, a mile Ionir. The big into which I wlil iletlrtr Ire to regular cuitonirri every morning at the fish are inveigled is 60 feet wide, 21 ONE CENT feet deep and 120 feet long. The 75 fish were caught in two hauls, the first bringing a Account! due at the clot o( each month or when euflomer qvltt. in 39, both hauls being made in one da. n. k. A comfortable, y dwelling at Itlrlimntid Junctlou, with about mi acre of ground Kor terms one-stor- FOR ALB tii-t- ! I r al cull mi t A. j.o. .?. iiiir,iri,HintotA Grand Coiiibiiiutioit ornddrett i Through Trunk Line Attornoy At Weekly Courier Journal Courier-Journal, Courl-houa- e. DKNTIHT, al Mnlti 1 lt r. SOUTH & WEST PMWWBSaa.'.W.'iSR.s; T0L0RIDA ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! n.tunon: '. PER POUND. ETT tr (M3-tyr- !'!. '" f"r,' nrat-claa- e Fire Fire Fire "ftioaroar koutje." le-w- i'rema-tureOl- Louisville, New Albany n. T$M Railway. Pullman Palace c Gr. "Waters - ...... ' JllllWlll MO-ly- r) NOBBY! .,. Mut flrst-cls-- "two-year-o- ld MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Boputatlon, Propr iur fir. Kentucky's la ' ViiVj!' A SOLED TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. JOE ABDALLAH cruelty-preventio- Mtru-brtn- ts NewYorli. m Abdalhih Mossongor! riiaSti' . -- I RODERICK DHU! The Only AqTsT fwl: !...,' J2-.I1- 1 I Only &u j " Mor-Ks- n, K only i t''' slster-ln-bloo- il " I I .! Direct Kouto ''ijW Solid Dailv Bui-Ieti- n, 9I I I I GOOD UrtUIE JACK YOUNG BOWMAN ti time-Mone- y MESSENGER -- PRINCE, a. 'v--