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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884052701 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. VOLUME XIII. Mr. W. H. Miller has addreaaed the Lancaster, Miner Allied. following letter to cacH of the Magistrates Civil Engineer and Surveyor, Mrs. Andrew Adams received a fall JjurnaL SjikM lotto fnUrior I am In receipt of the handsomest and niott comof Lincoln county: w. WALTON. Friday by which she had her arm fractured. IIAM,S OAf, L1SC0LX CO., KT. plete Una of Mt VciiNoy, May 20 -- Ed. Qui mi was Dkak Sin: The Louisville Exposition Mrs Charley Nield will deliver a killed by falling slate in the mines at SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY Ht Friday, has honored me with an appointment aa Livingston, to day. Published TMffv J, IJ. F. temperance lecture at the Christiau church I hare ever handled, to which I Invite your attentASCASTEB ADTKBTmKMKMTfi. Astlttnt Commiiwioner to represent LinFriday averring, tion. Hafing taken unutual care In Its selection, coln county at the Exposition which begins Pjtthiiuko, May 20. The Penn Hank Sa.OU 1M3H ANNUM The members of tho Presbyterian I am aura that an examination will prove mutual. D. P. WALTEK lr adrantageou. Olr a a call. on tbe 10th of August. Mr. Edward F. ha again closed its doors, The second U O 33 ON congregatiou will give a sociable in the to BKI,I.K HUGHES. J1ISS When pall strictly la adrsne. If wt hare Madden, the Superintendent of the Busi- crah ws brought about by the Clearing-Btanford, Ky. f ""uuni.it, Jwir. basement of their church Thursday eveinp. wait anr time, 93.00 will be charged. culM1" National Bank. OMthmm- ness Department, in his letter notifying me house ftJ?J?r.5r a. x. throwing out checks amounting A number of the K. C. 11. K, official and from 1 to 8 r. -- TII3Eof the appointment says: to $205,000. spent the day in town Monday, getting acWhat a contraat la prisented at thlt time He (Mr. President Young) hopes that At 11 o'clock Ifi night, deputy nherifT quainted with their patrons. They took Commencement HUBBLE & DUBDETT between the democratic am republican your county, which is one of the richest Johnson and Constable Ellenon delivered dinner with II. A. B Marksbury. partlei! The democratic leaden who are aturally and otherwise within our whole to LaVW. LANCASTER, rv -- or the jailer here Jim Wilson and Jell" Commonwealth, may manifest it ins- It S Haselden has concluded to build apoken of, whaterer their fitnea or dlfler Will practice In Garrard and its enterprise and it progrrative Wells, who had been held for robbing thf adlolnlnr two story brick store room where hi old en cm on public iueMlnn, Bland before the spirit generally, by taking such notion t Collej BoUnsoal tore kept by Kev. John L McMullins, at house stands, near the Court House. Jr.e m-i- y country unavailable by the opposition aa will secure for it a creditable display In -- WILLO K. Proof seems to be against Wilson, Haselden Inught his brother's place in tbe From addition to inch representation at may b honorable men worthy of trust. assured by the small appropriation made in whose poMfMion the missing goods were corner of Public Square for Maine to California Mr. Tilden beara the by the General Ansemblv, President Young Begin on Sunday, June 1st, found. $3,500 enriable reputation of beln the ablest and and General Manager Wright hope to re The tobacco growers in this county are Brown's Mistake. most aincere reform Statesman now liring. celve your hearty cooperation in this disappointed in not raising enough plants . Dwight Brown, living near Erie, Pa, it t:e3::e: Krery democrat admit hi worth and onljr matter and respectfully suggest that if a o set out the land broken up for that purcounty so rich aa yours will place $200 at poor but very devout WITH THK hi physical condition and pergonal wlabe your disposal, they man. Mr. Brown pose. The seeds sown were inferior, inconbelieve you will proprerent hi titunitnoua nomination and hit cure for it a display of which ha people being in destitute circumstance, knelt sequence of which a email number of plants Annual Sermon, by Rev. P. T. Hale, down with hit wife and the two prayed for awureJ election. Qrn. Hancock ho been will be proud. Of Danrllle. came up. epoken o( by orue. No word ha ever I think the court will concede that no help from on high. Oa the following day Monday was County Court day here. THE ANNUAL CONCERT been uttered against hit reputation by citizen of the county i more devoted to itt a Mi. Brown wa walking along the high- A email crowd was present and very little WHI be given at the same place on friend or fjf. Senator Payne ha warm ad Interrstt and takes greater pleasure in its way, he found a "wallet" containing $200 stock was on the market. Lightning rod In greenbacks. Democrat and republicans con advancement in weilth and every Tocatea. Just ahetd of him was and machine agents ruled the day. Mr. TUESDAY SIGHT, JUNE 3, natural cede hi purity and ability. JuJk Hoad-le- y development than myiclf. I think the John Crnwell, whom tbe must I. M. Dunn sold 30 head of cattle at from At 8 o'clock, and tht regular ha been Uf sealed He ha just been justices will also that I have, both as have known had dropped it, but Brown, 124 to $25 per head. No muleii were on COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES etronj-I- y indorsed by the democrat of hi a private citlxtn and a an official, discoun- believing this to be an answer to the ear ON WaDXMDAY SICJIIT. Hie market Formerly thsa ExercUei were held on Wednesown Slate and all orer the Union hi high tenanced and discouraged extravagance in nest supplications of himself and wife, Geo F Burdett died at tho home of day and Tnunday nlghta, but a change has been character and capacity are conceded. Got-ern- the administration of the financial affairs took the money home and there was great Tom Moore, in this county, Friday, and Made for convenience. Clereland ha pergonal advocate. It of the county and every appropriation rejoicing in the family, followed by full was burried at Fork Church. He is the been n word spoken against hit integrity? Kz which was not calculated to be of subttan-tia- l meals for his wife and children. The next lsl of the old set ol Burdetts who have ICandall, Senator McDonald, benefit. in this county for years. He died in I am glad to know that the day clothing for the half naked family was Uayard, Hewitt, Holman and other have county hat made progreas during the latt purchssed, and Mr. anc" Mrs. Brown ear- his 76th year. To Their 8tock oi ITTLE been aufrge.tteJ fjr the democratic nominafew years, equal to, if not greater than nestly believed they had found the royal Master Commissioner, II. C. Kauflman tion and there it not amonc them a name any county in the State, and I congratulate road to wealth But a little later an officer old publicly, Monday, the Margaret Kenwhich it nut conceded to belong to a man thoae member of the court who have had came with a warrant and arrested the head nedy tract ol land consisting of 180 acres of of honor and honrnty. How it it central of it afltirt during this period, for of the household on a charge of larceny. litnd near Dripping Springs, in this county, And now haye the Boat Stock in Cw with the republicir? They are buaily en I consider that much of this progreu ha At the trial a frank statement of the whole to Seph Conn at $2 90 per acre. On thii tral Kentucky. They have Parlor gaged in exposing the rrcordtand besmirch been due to thi Court' cae wa made by the lawyer who kindly Und is an old salt well opened in 1707 eafe and prudent and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, of their own leading administration of it offered to defend Blown. He recited the winch produces large quantities ing the character of "Crab affairs Attention is Cane and Penitentiary candidate for the nomination! Their pro- now directed to this county from all over ignorance of the prisonor, which was ac- Orchard Salts," and is the only one not un- been the country and also Eltk neadaeho and relievo all tho trouble InciChain, Marble Top, poned Bloody Shirt campaign ha companied with a devout belief that God drr control nf the C. O. Salt G. from many parts of dent to n billons state of tho eratcm, such as Du Centro Stand & Exchanged ta a Dirty Shirt campttgn They Europe oauDg, nau answered uis prayers in ttie manner We were pleased to tee young Mr. llness, Nausea, Drowalnres, Dlsirrss alterremark-abl- o Whilo their most In the ul ' ' tension Tables, described. Some of the moneT had been Kddio Walton upon our etreels Monday Taa a&ccessSide, Ac. shown In curing are waxhing their soiled hitri. A great immigration, cxtraordintry for has been Woven Wine. Cot- furr the eye and under the ollVndcd noet any Kentucky community, Is pouring into spent as described, but the rest had been acting in the capacity of your agent. We ten Top and Hair MatfOile. Look at the of a disgusted it both from other States of the Union and turned over to Crowell, and besides this, wuh him succes. Miss Mollie Johnson tresses, Folding Bed Louna painted by all tbe household effect uf the poor man and Snsck Lee came up Irom Danville of I'retidenl Arthur from foreign countries. Thu good etlect neartaehe.y ct Cart cr'sUttlo Liver Mis are eqnally ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobe Vyne Mac Veegh, of this immigration is already being seen had been put in the hands of the officers to Saturday to spend the evening with the Taluablo lu Constipation, curing and preventing and Sofas, and Everything Hie be sold to make up the deficiencv. The young ladies visiting at Judge Owsleys. this annojrlrc complaint, white they also correc; Thomi I. Jame, in agricultural development, increase of of tho stomach, Btlmulato tho liver all inl the Adm and ruritfatc the bowels, ISrcn IX they only cured Kept in a wealth and trade and the impetus and ac- Judge in pasing sentence, said he under- Miss Kate Brown, of Lsudon, Ky., has acg Time. Kxamuie the lerilficatra tivity which has been given to business stood the prisoner to be a Granulated Sugar Prices. cepted a portion us clerk in the Internal 'he Fitning generally. If it continue, at even its pret-e- man, and that the temptation had coma to Revenue Collector' office at this place. of character given to I' iW and TWt and tu Nriuiur KJmund by rate, for a few years, both the popula him in a peculiar manner. He would err, Cd Land ram has now two young ladies Aehe they vr onld bo almost prlcclces to those who William Walter I'helpi and the lUpubliean tion and wealth of the county will be in. if at all on the side of justice, and so he on hi stan". HARPER'S PERIODICALS, suffer from thi distreaalni? complaint; but their coodness does not end here, and tboeu Tubal- - The eflortof the republican par creased part of our nuburl The North-easterover fifty percent, and perhaps as sentenced Browu to pay a fine of one dolonce try thera will find thoso little pllU.vsjta-bl- e who In o many way that they will not ly in it actional jealouay, it hatred and much at one hundred per cent, and all its lar and to be confined in jail one day. The u composed almost entirely of nejro cabTEH YEAIt. to do without them. Dut after all sick head to be to proTe case is a peculiar one, and excited a good Harper'a Mairailne it greed for fvoilt eeeci which has been designated "Logan Itseg be greatly developed. resource will ins I Uarper'a Weekly 4 that it mo-i- t prominent men are renal and have done all I could according to my deal of interest. Town." This has always been the renderHarper's Bazir . 400 nil it le.vling Presidential aaplrsnt un- ability and the small whose oms of negroes and loose characters Harper's Young People mean at my com-mn- d OBITUARY. ..... 1 worthy of public trutt. Well, perhaps the are very familiar to tbe police au- Is thebane cf eo many live that here la where we Harper'a Franklin Square LIbrarr, one year to brin( about this gratifying condiOn Friday morning, May 23, 18b I, ol nhmes make onr RrcaS boast. Oar pill cure It while N. Y. World. (J2 Numbers) pirty organ are right. 0 tion of afltir and I am comforted with pneumenia, the spirit of Mrs. Patience thorities, and every week a large number at e others donoL an Postage Free to all subscribers In the Uoltea Carter's Little Urcr mia are very emaildoae. tried for disorderly conduct Last Saturday the belief that my Ubort in this direction Owalev Boone tookt It flight for a or two pllla make a The Seventeen Year Locust. verr easy to take. One better or States and Canada. nit-li- t a few drunken negroes got into a fuss They are atrlcUr vegetable and tio not wipe lleiulttances ahouM be made by who Tbii la "tertntef n year locut" aeaioa In have not been barren of good results. and purer world. pnrffe,bnt by their Rtntle action please all Bold Order or Draft, to arold chance ot loss. and daring the disturbnaothem. rnv!alsta3centa:flvefor. I Virginia. According to the Drainc Farmer From my opportunities for knowing of the Newipanersarenottocopy Siater Boone was born October 22, 1828 on "Battle Row," this adTertiataMatt: draggUU everywhere, or sent by mail. without the zpreaa order of Harper A Brothers interest which it being taken in the county and married quite young to Mr. George G. ance some one in the crowd fired four or five by considerable alarm la felt in aonie quarter JfoTf York. Address HARPER A BROS., New Yteac CARTER MEDICINE CO., It i a blewlng to from abroad, I feel safe In asserting that Boone, who still survives her. She became shots with a pistol, two shots of which took nt the announcement. Sam McKee's, col , lee and one in the country that these Toracioua fellow great good can be accomplished for tbe a member of the Christian church early in i rlrct in McPtierson's, col , forehead and one by a proper exhibit of it product life, was earnest in her profession, loving John aie by nature preveuted from making a connty and the making known of it resources and to viit the house of God and engage in grzed another ntgroe's leg. All were flesh raid all orer the country the same year. Reid did The history of thlt ii aect i curioua and capabilities, at the coming Exposition, ar.d worship, often going there when hardly wounds. It is thought that Zeke shooting but none of the wounded will county's very prosperous condition is able to sit up, so poor was The eggt are deoilcd in the interetlng her health the tni inform the authorities, Z;ke skipped out mall hIiU made by tbe female in the patent to every one. greater part of her life. IPHABMACISTS and his whereabout are not known. Under these circumstance I consider it In a abort time the In all the relations of life she was lovely branches of State cotemporaries will no doubt Our SKALKM IK- egg hatch, and the young lame follow not improper for me to act upon the sug- in spirit and action. As a wife and mother favor on an unfortunate class by down the branche to the trunk, down thi gestion of the President of the Exposition she was ever genial, pure and true. In her confer a Books, fact that tbe branch institution to the root, along the root to their tip, and to ask the court to make the small ap- death the orphan and stranger have lost a noting the children will be colored deaf mute by their propriation mentioned. If the county will true friend. None ever went to her for aid f where they fatten thctuselvi Phyayclans' preset Iptlona accuratelycorapoa&&cV op-nat this place next fall. Intelligent beak, through which they draw sustenance, ler-- with this appropriation, or even with without their appeal being responded to. Also children between the ages of ten end thir-t- y a greater one, I havo encouraging assuranBut her work is done we trust well They alao attach themeelve to other sucIJEWEfJEKM!! i ne years will be received and famishHere they remain for nearly ces that citizens of the county will by done. May her mantle not of cickness and culent root and tuition by the State without TUB B!ffailjfy a 1 itT? T mtJtll all T their entire existence of almoat terentecn private contribution lend such aid to the sorrow) fall upon her children: may they ed btiard t patents onlr leing required Largest Stock of Watches, year without other change than a gradual enterprise no will insure for the county imitate her virtues. A genuine feeling of ut.v charce, end traveling expenses, Clocks, Jewelry & SllTerww inrrpaao in six. They come nearer the such a display as will excite the interest sympathy goes out to him whoie compan- to turtiish clotnicg This col-- i. period of transformation and adinirs lion of every visitor to the Ex- ion she was for more than 40 years and who as iu the case of white childKC. eurface m the Erer brought to this market. Prices Lower thaa rod branch will be under the supervia'.m tho Lowest. Watchea, Clocks and Jowy reTfcey make cylindrical hole position, and he the pride of every citizen so keenly feels the irreparable Ion. Dunpproiche paired on short rjotice and. Warranted of tba excellent Superintendent acd Etard cf the county. ring her short illness the intensity of pain aome half an inch in diameter, which they n;ccessfully Commi-iaterwho have sj I Mr object in addressing this letter to wa unabated, but not .t murmur escaped carefully cement and varnioh. o m to be (or white children water. In thi they re- the members of tho court at this time is to her lips always grateful toher friends who managed the institution impervious them to take the matter under ministered to her want'. All that medicsl in our uidit. Of course in their education request main for ceveral day. They finally ianue advisement, as I will when the court as- cience could stigi;ejt was brought to bears and training the Uc racts will be kept from the roun I. crawl up a tree or Mump, prsiy profoiever yeparate. This ii tike o rett and cant their ekin. They sembles in June, appear and ask the court for her relief, but the Master called ar.d vided by law, nnd iu both letter and epirit, by morning to make the appropriation. If it is placed she was taken to His hoaie on high. To cDme out iu the eytning, aod at my disposal, I give the court my as. the stricken hmband, son and daughter we will be carried out by the management of itmect ia ready for llight. They aeem the D.inville Advocate. that not a dollar shall be wasted oiler our holiest sympathies and commit i hi Institution. to prefer the oak to other tree, but will Huratice , hut every cent, judiciously nnd beneficially them to the Lord, whom she loved to serve, Manlim J. Smith, on of D. Howard take up with many other.-- having rather expended. Respectfully, knowing that He alone can comfort and Smith, formerly Swaio Auditor, dropped for the apple tree. They uually n liking W. II.Mn.i.i:n. dnul ut lih hum'e in Louisville. they sustain them. nppeir in the Utter part of May, ami she ii gone, we should not murmur, In a State where a judge of the highest Keep pu'liiuj' 'tl wtr than sltttuj Rude, ix or even week. dinappear in about (iono to wear a crown ot gold-GAud ilghlni and waUhln and waiting tho tide; court can be shot down with impunity beA Sheet Iron Hen. where there l alwaya Summer, Iu lira's oarnwt tattle they only prevail, cause of a decision that was displeasing KenSueltewl In the Savior's fold. Wlto dally march onward and ueieraay fall. An ingeuiom fellow in Ohio hat The largest stock ever in Stanford and the best to be found in Central or a litigant; in a State where another that proume to a heet iron hen Bucklsn's Arnica Salve. Sweet Hand Painted Bonnet, The judge of tho superior court can be degradstyles Irom tho leading manulay htm a golden egg. It i" finished up to ed with the lush and driven TUo LottSalvsla the world for Cuta, Bruises, tucky, embracing about twenty five different to suicide be. The agony of agonies this seagon which and looks eor.J, L'imm, eU P.aeaui, Terer Surae, Tetter, life, full eize, nickle. cluck cause ho would not degrade his high office most attracts the attention of the ladies Chapped Hands, Chllhlalns, Corni, aLd all Skin Persons contemplating buying a vebiclo thii with one eye at a time ho naturally that it to secure a decision from hi.i colleagues bonnet. Houts of Kruptioui aud loiltlvely cura Piloi, or no pay re- facturers in tbe United Sutcs. fair, is the will deceive the oldest hen hawk in the to a client of his law partner, and intense thought and quarts of tbe best quired U Is guaranteed to give porfwt Mtlsfac-tiou- Spring should select the same or placo their orders at once; for at this season money lelundnd. rric2lcaati per box. country. It U co arranged that when a public sentiment refused to pardon him paint are waisted in an endeavor to imi ty,t aalo by I'euny A McAllster. with orders Imwk.'miukor polccit pounces on it the vehicles are invariably over-ruof all manufacturers of first-clas- s because he dldnot stain his soul with the tale the flower of the field or pltimago wing lly up and back spring open and the An End to Bone Scraping. four to eight crimo of murder; in n State where personal birds, with varying success. Once in a and if the vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from force the awailant on to a ravenous bnzi vengennce is Kdward Shepherd, of Iljrrlj'jurg, 111 , saya while a bonnet is painted that ia "perfectly held preferable to legal reruin-utdry a first-claav that nuke 1.700 revolutions per awfully lovely," and then again a bonnet "lUvlu. received so much beue&l Irom Electric weeks to obtain it; four weeks being required to mako, finish and July to let suffering huamu. I fiel minute the stw dress, is It any wonder that crime is ram- is taken from the easel looking very much illtu-raAfter moving half a , nnd the law timid lly know It Hare had a ruaulDg sore on uiy leg ami pant and Htop, the hen clow up, folds it wings as if it had accidentally rolled across the toi eight job ready for shipment, under tho most favorable circumstances. my doctors toll ma that I would Urcckenridge Jiows. and powerless. though it had just laid i,..,ln to cackle amputated, fair artist's palette. We saw one the other huve iu havo the bone scraped or leg tneni, uniena x for Luke Cole fell from a second story win. day that resembled a pan of sour milk l uo'l.iuitsad. three, botllei of Lieotrlc iilttera All work sold by me will bo found to be such as I represent an egg. One winding up will answer deli-cat- o Arnica Halve, aud my leg li now aeren dnw in Lebanon and was killed, will bo fully three massacre, provided tho rather after a thunder storm, in delicate shading. and and lms" Ulfctrlc D liters are sold at 3d B'jund well been deceived myself, and in that event the purchaser If your liresth Is offensive, your nostrils fell J doesn't get clogged up too machinery It is largely a matter of artistic culture teuta a bottle and Uucklla's Arnica rfilre at 23c have anil fllleU with putrid matter anil you are fait bebest to please you much with blood, bones and feathers. He coming conmtnptlTe, uie 1'aplllon Catarrh Cure. whether the bonnet be a success or not. per hox ty I'euuy A McAlliter. Call and osamino my stock and I will do my the mm to You will le purltlcMl and permnnenlljr cured. Kor net a freshly painted one out in A Startling Oiscoter. Tim Vanguard at Chicaoo. "Where good vehicles from mo and at aa aale by Mclloberta A tstag. dry the other day, which attracted the iu style, quality and price. You can get as is the bar?" asked a gentleman hurriedly, Mr. Woi. JoUnioa.of Huron, Di't., writes that fine old cat belonging to a a Pajiillon Cough Cure cured an Infant only a few bis wife had bem troubled with acuta Bronchitis reasonable prices aa you can obtain anywhere elso and get a guarantee oa deal of weelca old, of whooping cough, after a coniultatlon as he registered at a Chicago hotel. doctor vehe had been poking a great for many yeara and that all remallea tried save no 'Just around to the left, air." of phyalclana pronounced It beyond recovery. Ii n bottle of when buying away from home. Resfun at the fool thing. The hen is there, ttopt the wboop "Where is the bar?" asked another gen- permanent relief, until he prooured Coaauuiptlou, them, besides that is worthless to you and allowt tho breath to return. lor Dr. King's Hen Discovery but the cat is hence. tleman at tho same place a moment later. For sale at McKoberts ,(.-- Stagg'e. Coughtacd CoMi, which bad a magical edict and pectfully, ia to "Just around to the left, sir." A. golden rule for a young lady produced a permancut cure. Ii la guaranteed to 1'apllloQ Wood Curs contalna no mineral ot any female friends is the bs- -" "Where convene always with your By jove!" euro all dlaeaaes uf the Tnroat, Luoga or Bronchithe. left, sir. party, ami kind. It rcatorea the blood to a healthy condition, "Just around to ifk;e"tleman were of the h regulating exceaiea, and prevent! dlteaie. For the cierK continued, "the delegates are be- al Tub i. Trial bottles frea at Penny & MoAlie-ter'- s with young men as if your female Drug Store. Large altslt, salt by Mclloberta Jt Philadelphia Call. ginning to come in." were prewut. &nu4ftftccl,(jj $ntcrior$ouriral 9emt WuMn lufefnif unfit Ii4k fiiriE -STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY LATEST NEWS. itf, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 254. The Louisville Exposition. OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. TO THE. LADIES r. It 215-t- BENTAMT, Exercises eelf-prid- e, a.M.u.m:' ATTOnNEYS AT ' '" Stanford Female North-wester- n oei-a- kcoxtse, ENTERPRISE Grocery. Lancaster, Kentucky, pri-on- er GEO. B. BURDETT cfc OCX. or Lately td CARTERS jH PILLS. Making Extorsive Additions IVER pef-ion- Wl cure: SICK rni'nltii? (tor-tra- it liid'i hard-workin- nt HEAD Xorta-catol- T - ACHE ..1 v MA lis J -- r r tie. Drugs, and Fanoy Artioles. Stationery ed ' I s Buggies, Phaetons, Sur-reys. Carriages, Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, dec. Village Carts, -- one ed hand-painte- n e. ss . bold-faced- yr; com-It&nlo- GEO. D. WEAKEN, Iftfg.'s Agt., STANrORD. KY. Stt W pi The heaviest rains on record have Mi- and it danced about as a rnper blownlby the wind. She plr.ced the palm of her hand eure to be nominated for President of these en in Louliiana during the past ten days. A lot of carrier pigeons liberated at on the top of n green hickory stick the size United States as the conyention assembles first choice of Lynchburg on Saturday arrived at their o( a walking cane; several men held the May 27, 1884 at Chicago. That he is the Stanford, Xy the people, there is hardly a doubt. His home Keyport, N. J., 333 miles distant, in lower part of the stick stationary and tho part above their grasp was twilled into qmlificitiensfor the office are unequalled, seven hours. W. P. "WALTON. R. A. Pulliam, of llarrodsburg, was splinters by the circular motion of the ; New York Sun truthfully says, and m the . , the people want him for that and became given ten years in the penitentiary for the hand. There were other tests of a simila he represents and embodied those ideas of killing of Ki Hawkins. There were six character. It has been but a short time Joaquin Milleu nht Grunt up about since MiM Price discovered that chc po-- 1 others sent at the same term. "U 1 right in a recent letter. H is not of thoce reform which they feil to be neceesiry to Friday was another good day for the se.sed this unknown power, she was bom the safety and welfare of the country. who ire blubbering over with ueelew jrn hangman Four murderers were dispatch-e.- l pithy for him. With all his glorious op Thev wunt him because his inauguration in as many points of the U. 8., one of politportunittea and the wealth livisheil upon would Ibcjin a new era in our been away from home until in company whom claimed to be a preacher. TT fl. him, what has this pet of (be world given ical affairs, the restoration of sound princi Mary Jane CalTrey, a pretty little with her father and two neighbors named pies and honest, practical administration in return? 2ot a single sentence woith Irish girl was married at Trenton, N. J. Conyes shd started on the present tour. No repenting, not a single act worthy of emula- in every department of the government. on Saturday, to a New York lawyer who claim is made that the manifestations are y tion, or of remembrance is credited to him With Tilden at the held of the ticket, h sure and a realization of the above had fallen in love with her on the street. ad- those of "spiritualism." The young lady in twenty yeru of indolence and luxury. President Adam Brabender, who and thoe who see her only know that she advan- hopes are aured. "Never on earth had man such an mits that he and the cashier of the Erie posserses this power and do not know what i TitESemi-Weekl- v Maunder, published for half uch a period of time tage, or (Pa )SivingsBnk lost $100,000 in specu- the power is. i He chose to waste it entirely, and finally at Owensboro, by Messrs. C W Hransfoni lation, is in j'mI. The stockholders will Bold hia great nime for money which has and Urey Woodson, is 'he largest and DEAI.hU IN lose from $200,000 to $250,000. lipped through his indolent and incapable handsomest of the kind in the State. It is Mrs. Edmont, of St. Louis, while in IIoi-hHardware, ClroeerleM, JS'adrilcM, Shoes M sympathy is entirely with well edited and its advertising patronage hands. sane, cut the throats of her two babies Iron, Aalln, QiieciiMuarc, IIiikkJ' Whip, those who have been betrayed and defraud- shows thnt It Is in most prosperous condiHsTlng determined to clunge mr tiuilnrti, I killing them instantly, wounded another ofirr lor .ale (privately) uiy M Mill. altuatrd on K"KKJ WlieclM, Sloven, Cane MIIIn, Hiirnews ed by the use of the great name and hon- tion. Weshnll bo.glnd to "swap" with it. slightly, and attempted suicide, and is now Hruih Creek, In Caney county, Ky. The Knglner SpoUeH, GralvM, Cider MIHm, Lap Covern, Is itallooary; Holler 0xJi; hngme lOxiO: Oiun-teor which the noble American people so lying in a very critical condition. EVENTS. Z MOTES OF CUHREH1 Shalt 2 feet. KdRlnR iMw.iml drlit Mill IUium, Ntonevmre, Corn .Shelter, Col tuns ceaeroutlr gave him. As to whether or sod The pn erty li Jubal Early does not approve of the II. B. Ulanchard, coffee merchant, not he knew of what was going on, that is acceptance oft Confederate soldier's home In Good ICtuinliic Order. Oliver Chillod, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden and not important to the verdict which time Richmond, Va., his failed. Liabilities at Richmond from Northern charity. He Timber plenty and arreailblr. I would be willing Cait Pampg, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof-inlan- d nast ultimately cast against him. If he $223,000. Mule-- , Rood Qattering will have prompt attention. entire dehgation from Nehratka thinks that Mahone, like other dogs, has to exchange tor Ac. farm ilock, luch ai The did sot know he should have known. Hi dttle, is the best Hor4, within; torDgag In the lumber bul-oPersona II". It. HrlUtiHnti. depends solely on having put to to the democratic National Convention Is had his day, and that Bayard renown Nalmmen I Joint iirlaltt.Jr. will On J good oinlng or p'l ylng to democratic presidential name. 111 (ill I.Ott.tX, the sword successfully great numbers of for the old ticket. 250-HmtouTllle, Ky. The State Pharmaceutical Aasociaticn James 11. Keene will settle with his fellow creatures. A mwt ordinary man, a creditors by giving notes payable in twelve elected Mr. Jefferson Oxley, of Nicholas saw dust doll, deified in this pastoral land VI IV XC ville President; J. J. Brooks, Richmond, of pence, where the professional soldier and eighteen months. Sale. Mr. Blaine mj: "I do not know that Treasurer and J. T. Cook, of Harrodsburg, Lincoln Co, with bis trade of war should be made to Executive Committee C. L I will be nominated, but I do know that Secretary. stand far down; next, indeed, to the line of I oflfr lor tale nrlvatrlr iniy lrm on wbleh I Diehl, Chairman; E Sheffer and II. brute where he belongs." This is pretty Mr. Arthur will not be" ddlctiura lUe, thre dow rcHlilc, Itihk on the HiittonTlll, containing tkiA imt -;mi mild.a.fromf an. I tnnwn nna Bill English's son Bill won the Indirough on the General, but every word is r.1 Itl idinnif u tutut Muui The negro Benjamine Johnson, who At rV VIfarm. Inauu"iisivuvnmvu well, plenty of tho county. 1 ! and ttri literally true. No one can glance at bis ana consested teat in Congress against of cultlratlon; ItnpruTrmmti watrr, In assisted Ingalls in the murder of the color- good, all a fine stateiutbulU!nK, two Ijrvr barm history and come to any other conclusion Peelo, the sitting member. tieiefury order, plenty of tlmlr on ed family for the purpose of selling their fend dr In Or,t-rtCarrie Best, the young widow of Stew-ar- t than that he is the most arrant of humbugd corn, about 45 acre M acre are bodies, has been convicted of murder in land. About and balance lu ;r&M. Alao stout 160 In l iinall Kraln Best, is in custody at Nicholasville, the world ever produced. Acre of Ijind alKtul (1 tnllea Irom lluttoiitllleon the first degree. Ingalls, it will be re- HuatunTllle.V llradtbrdiTllle pike; about V) Acrri chaiged with poisoning her husbadd. -ATtlinlx-r- . Would make a cood In another column we give a letter which The French brig Senorine went ashore membered, huug himself in jail. The law clttred, balance In ISO ucrcof fine limber adjo little home. Mo Baa been addressed by Mr. W. H. Miller will now perform a like operation for his Alto fame, fine lot of locum timber on It. off the New York coast Friday night and about I, SCO Acres finely lliuberrd land lyln mar to each member of the County Court, ask C3 tuilty partner. passengers and 9 of the crew were lost. the rod Iroot Uolllng Fori, to Lit erty It la a fine tnt honorable body for an appropria The bill introduced in the Senate by bad j of timber and the tuont of It ery wall locaChas. A. Hinckley, piying teller of The alxjre named tiacuof ted for cultltatUn tioa of $200, to aid in making an exhibit of timbered landi all lie In Carey county I will aell the West Side Bsnk, New York, embeuled Hawley, to provide for the payment of any theabufp laudi on retnoKable lermt, u or all .Lincoln County's vast resources and proDruggists and Booksellers, $96,000 of the bnnkV funds and decamptd. female nurses who served during the late lam determ'oed toaell. Any one wlihitu to purductions at the approaching exposition at civil war, provides that all such nurses chase would do w,It to Ktvrnie a call The next meeting of the Knights 247-t- f J. J. Oil !:. U Jitonellle. Louisville. We trust there will be no hesTemplar will be at Frankfort. H. Q, shall be paid such sums of money as will itation in giving the amount. It will be an Sandifer, of Danville, was elected E G. C. bring up the amount of compensation paid investment that will repay many fold in to them to $85 per month for the time General bringing our county, one of the very richTammany Hall has declared for Tilden which they were employed as nurses. est and most prosperous in the State, to the and tariff reform. The New York State The Democratic National Convention THE DIll'GUIST, attention of those desiring homes or inves- Convention has been fixed for June 18th, at will have 13 delegates less than the Repubtment in lands capable of producing in Saratoga. - lican Convention, no representatives from abundance every variety of farm products Cattalia, of Palermo, the Territories being admitted to the formThe steamer suitable to the climate. The Exposition grounded off the coast of Spain and her er. It will need 535 votes to nominate a II t jnit received a Dice lot of will be a grand affair. Let us contribute csro and 70 pacsengers, mostly Coolies, democratic presidential candidate, as the AND our quota to its assured success and at the were drowned two thirds rule prevails in its conventions Xiii-iiitui-- e Mae time benefit ourselves. ! The Mt. Sterling jail was searched en i About 300 of the 802 delegates have now -- ICCll Habois' power is Indeed waning when Saturday by the sheriff and three loaded been elected. A Full atul romploto Hemurltuciit hia bitter enemy, Judge Riddel), can carry revolvers were found in the possession of Furniture, Ben Butler's letter of acceptance for Oranges, Lomona and Bananas. cry IIiIuk from Hie ClirnncMt to theoffIiiphi l'M-i- n- eml.rRol.i- -.-unprisoners. the hia (H'e) county, Nicholas, and get its president of the party ia " . A.I mrjre cm cm lo uinku von- - nur,.itU "Cl" " K The tecretary of the treamry wants an now before the world, in which he says if The victory of qualified instruction. w,mt qniuilllj- r quality you uaiit, iim I van mid Mill un matter Riddell is more apparent when it isknown additional appropriation of $1G0,000 for the rotes of the electors shall intrust me A JLarc Lot or FIkIiIiik Tackle, . ' ,u,3' prlccM you can FoIch, Much, Av. IIma that Hargis has said that he will vote for salaries and expenses in the internal reve- with the executive powers of that high of.. .. .. . .obtain clNuwlicrc. rrrlcht bring added. -- . n ""nrmieiii oi coiiiiim, riin-N-, MiroudM mix! HoImh, cmbrnc district for a republican nue department. and stump the fice, each of them will be fully, justly and Al, Inn all the Xctr .Sly lex, both cheap and of the eneigetically ured to make every measure James D. Fish, if Riddell is nominated by the democracy. Hnr "" BOOKS OF WALL I'A1'EK. opposite HI. Anaph Hotel. Manlord. Ky. There are forty counties in the district and Marine Bank of New York, has been arrest of relief to the people and reform in the at the primaries Saturday, Col. Liban ed for fraud connected with the operations government pointed out by your platform Moore lead for Appellate Judge in the of Grant & Ward. of principles realities of my administration. old daughter ol William The six-yecounties heard from, having carried Mtnon, It is estimated that 0,000,000 bushels as of peaches will be shipped from the Dele-war- e Bayd, Carter, Lawrence, Johnson and uyKe, living near .Miwaaie, Mich, "J.lue-UrnKPike. Riddell was a good second, how- outrased and then murdered, by crushing and Maryland peninsulas this sumItniitc.' ever, and boie the honors off in Montgom- her skull with a stone. mer. In the Delewsre berry rection it is & Tvo express train? collided at Savan- predicted that 1,500,000 quarts will be ery, notwithstanding Col. StoneV charge, nah, N Y.and two coaches were entirely marketed pet day. It is predicted that Fleming, Nicholas and got second instrucraoM tions in several other counties, including demolished. Four men were Killed and 300,000 quarts of strawberries will reach Central Kentucky to All Points Rockcastle, which guve first to Scott. The several hadly wounded. Philadelphia per day from Deleware, North, East.West & Southwest. large tank of oil at but no f esrs of a glutted market are enter Lightning struck a chances are strongly in favor of li.ddell Kail Line llftwwti the Atlantic IXining Co 's works in Penn- tained. as the nominee. sylvania and destroyed oil nml o'her propCINCINNATI. LEXINGTON Under tho new Congrexionil apportionDANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTT. erty to the amount of $200,000. ment the Electoral vote this year will be in EttolMar 11. 19)1. The immediate damage hv the Texas Mr. A. T. Hutchins Saturday, bought as follows: Alabama 10, Arkansas 7, fliods is placed at S2.000.000, and the ulti- of W. E Baughman a bay geldiDg 5 years U No., No. (. 8, Colorado 3, Connecticut C, DelaDally Killr mate loss, including injury to crops, it is for?150. Ex. Pun Ex. buu JJalljr ware 3, Florida 4, Georgia 12, Illinois 22, anticipated, will be $5,M0,OOQ. Col. W. F. Evans in the past month Ltd. CotlL,(tun S 10 p in 8 20 a in 3 fO pia Indiana 12, Iowa 13, Kansas 9, Kentucky " Kaituouth The D.tnville, Va., municipal election has sold twenty town lots at Junction City 9 '.'2 p in 9 SI iu lldimi 13, Louisiana S, Maine 0, Maryland 8. " m In i in II 19 Mayor Johnson was having 50 feet front and running back 124 Arr. C.TntDlana ..'10 40 p m It X a m 5 41 pm pished off quietly. IT a lit p 'U I'a.rla Michigan 13, Minnesota Mus'nchusctts " l'XlnICHfi .... II 15 jiiu 12 T in 6 Oil pir hinged in effijjr at night on account of his feet, at prices ranging from $160 to $200. 12 JO p ui 5 31 p in I.te L' CAO.lly 7, Mississippi 9, Missouri 10, Nebraska 6, recent unnecessary call for troop. 21 p in 6 iO ji iu Arr Hlncholcr He has a good manv more yet for sale. "1 w Jersey Nevada 5, New Hampshire Hon, Phil B. Thompson failed in his I.ve. I'jrla. IW 4i pr iu, 2 iti p iu Mr. John Binta died at his home in Arr. WtnehMttr. . !ll 2 i in P,2s'ew York 35, Notth CavMina 11, Ohio v) i iu effjrt to got up his Pacific Railroad bill to thlsconntv on the Sbakerlown pike, Sat I.tp. Wlncbetter ... 11 to u in AM p m 20 pm 23, .Oregon' 3, Pennsylvania, 30, Khode amend the Thurmond sinking fund act urday night of general debilitv,ged 70years Arr. Klcbmonil U 31 p m 1 ID j w 7 14 pin Island 1, South Carolina 9, Tennessee 12, " Unraslfr .!si2iu The vote stood yeas 70: nats 130. The burial occurred on Monday at 10 a. m., " .unionl June; . .. . .... nfltji m Texaa 13, Vermont 4, Virginia 12, "West Mr. Wm. M Hunter, second assistant at Mt Moriah church in Mercer county. No. 1. bo. 3, Virginia 6, Wisconsin 11, Total 101. .o il Daily secretary of State, has entered on the I'allr Kev. J. G Bruce of the Methodist church Palljr. hx hun Ex. bun. year of his service in that depart- had charge of the religious services. The Frankfort repre'entative of tho fifth 9 20 a in Ltc. BtinfurdJunr Courier Journal, no doubt upon the authoriment. Evidently few die and none resign, Mr. Napoleon T. Gentry, on of Peter " Ltutaslf r 9 40 a iu 11 M 3 in r, o a in " hlctimond . .. At DesMoines Geo. F. Hall obtained a T. Gentry, died at Raleigh, North Carolity of Judge Hargis, whom he does not '12 10 a m 7 00 a m " Wlncbritrr.. I name further than to say that he is "the verdict of 11,800 against the W. U. Tele- na, on Thursday, of typhoid fever. His reIS p m' S (5 a in Arr. Lx C.A O.ltj best informed man in that part of the State," graph Co. for incorrect transmission of n mains were brought home and buried Sun- I.tc Lexington . 2 IS p in 3i p ml 7 25 a m 3 27 p m 2 15 p in S 10 a in Arr I'arli publishes the charge that Judge Iliddell message, whereby he lost that much in an day morning at 10 o'clock. The funeral 2A7 p in I.ve WinclinKr 7 2ii a in and others were concerned with Cornilieon oil deal. S (5 n in 3 3'Jpm services were conducted by Elder S. W. Arr I'arli Col. Wm. Spence, formerly United Ltc Parla :31 p in 2 IS p in 8 10 a in in the disgrace and death of Judge Keid. Crutcher, of the Christian church. 4 00 p hi' 2 in p in 4ii a in Arr Cynthlana.. ' This is a eerious charge, indeed, and Judgs States Marshal, who killed his son in law, nlinnulh . . I H p ui 3 87 p in 9 5t a tit James B. Dunlap, of this place, a " Curlngton Mr fi 00 p rn 5 3 p m 11 30 a m Riddell owes it to himself and his constitu- Col. Wheat, his succepsor, March 19, was sentenced to be hanged on July IS, next at graduate of Centre College, class of 1S70, ency todemaud the author and refute it if M IY.SVII.1.1: IlltANCII. and who has been at the bead of a flourishhe can. It was bad enough to have for Nashville. r rh Tn.8l. m 00 i Timothy Low attempted to outrage two ing 'elect school at Bloomfield, Nelson I Daly .Dally I chief justice of the State, a man who was A CVAC XMMlllO young girls at North Andover, Mum , but county, is now considering an offer that has charged with perjury. It will he worse to failing in hia purpose, he choked the elder been made to him to go to Omaha, Neb., LTe Covinston. elect a man who will succeed to that effice " IxIiikIou :;;! one to death and probably fatally injured and take charge of a similar institution, Paris Tho aided and abetted a murder " 8 40 a in 6 47 pm rN , Arr Mllltriburg. ..1 the other one. where the pay is larger. 1 uariuie..., who let us prey will a Tom TunNEn, The Labor Bureau bill paesed the Sen " Jolmaon .., Cropper and MifB Effie Cropper Mr. r " MaytTlllf. ways iDe an is shown up ate. It is a substitute for the Houee bill, arrived Saturday to spend the greater part T TTl f '1 v -. 1 m m x rI Hi'S'u. 61 No. 52 in u very bad light. In March last he with most of the practicable features elim- of the summer. Mews. J. L, Spears and Dally Dally wrote a letter to a friend in which he inated, n! will be shelved when returned Robt. McDonald returned Saturday from Kx. oun. Ex. cun. abused Judge Reid unsparingly and spoke t the House, as it should be. Whitley county where they have been get Ltc Mayivllic. .. " Johnson of him as "cold, selfish and mean and un- Senator Hill ha completed the report ting out oak bark for the Louisville mar" Carllile ablo to carry hia own county over a decent of the committee on the subject of the pos- ket. They shipped 400 cords before leav" Mlllenburi I Arr Paris republican." At the funeral, however, he tal telegraph. The report discourages the ing for home. Mr. Wilson Dunn, of Gar" IxInKlon. , 9 10 n in 1W1O p m a tk o a iu 5 : p in " CiTlnnton ... 11 occupied the front row of mourners and proposition to cecire the control of the rard county, has moved to town temporariort-.i---rore more crspe on hia arm than anybody. Western No, 10, ilaily leares Kalinoutli Accoinmolatlon Union Telegraph lines. ly with bis trotting stock. His headquar- Cnri net nn A 1 n. in nrrtro Kalninuth 7 SO t. mm i d individual is the most can- A honns-faceThe latent figuring of the Arthur men ters are at Bruce & Harlan's 'table on 4th temptible creature that creeps the earth in regard to the result at Chicago gives the street. lngton 8 55 a in ; arrive nt Falmoutli 10 10 a. iu. ! v J i tnd in this role Mr. Turner iB deserving President 375 votes certain, probable 81, Mattie Lee Price, a young lady about rras-W'fj; the execrations of every man who tcorns grand total 150. The Blaine men must 14 years old, gave an exhibition of some No, 82, dally except Sun.tay. leavo Paris ft 31 a. TY get up a new computation and they ought remarkable and mysterious power she pos- - in j arrlT UilnnK.u 9 10a ui, 4 No.W.dallr (x- an underhanded act. ffiis5,;:K:rteUx,nB,on 3u r at the Opera Houee Saturday night. W. S. Holman, whom the New to be pretty ejuick about it. testes, Jdboe Train No. 55, feunilay only, lere Lexington 7 a. Ferdinand Ward, of the hte firm of Without claimirg any extraordinary musYork Sun so vigorously boomed for the presidency some time ago and then drop Grant & Ward, falling to give the remiired cular power, ehe was enabled to move lnL'ton I 15 n in. -Note to T 4 Jt ped him like a hot potato, was nominated jjuu,WMbaii, was lodged in the Ludlow- - about the stage a chair held by three or No. 1 run- -pJiMngnaVoiithofUrincbeiter No. 2Train I Vvl-iai.oll.l Tin Ixlngtou. Train luni S UIMVV.O) VyCtlltlALO, -- Ll eleventh term in Congress as repre- - j street jail, New York. The roam in which four strong men, who ued all their efforts olid Tia I'arli aniMVlDcbeilrr direct for his la, Wlnclinlir Kaat Line No. a and 4 run WJ n j tentative of the Fourth Indiana District on he is confined is the oie in which Tweed to keep the chair stationary. A man weigh- Polld train with Pullman Sletplns Cars l,etwen T"l (1119.1 died on April 12, V T?T"T T resting his feet on Clnclnniil and Klcliinond, Va , and Waihlntiton. Wsrd's ing 210 pounds, without i:o the first billot. The nomination is equiv. 'i .uiia-r- n in iiiuuiii in aria uu un railroad. silent to an election and Mr. HolmRii will incarceration was hastened by the repre- the floor, sat in a chair; n etrong man took ay (losMnallon raclieI lit i H. XT. d. V. II. JlOHiji:, WHITTLiaKV, Tray, Pan. Aeeni. go back to Washington to tnler his usual sentation of certain counsel to the grand hold of the chair on each ride and tried Agenx. CoTlngton, Ky, Lexington. Ky. I "l In order to 'I object", tb any and every raid upon the jury, (mroesible. make any attempt at 'es- - their utmost to keep it still. Miss Price q. W. SMITH, II. W. t'UI.I.r.P.,' l. cape placed her hands on the bark of the chair Oeceral Maai;er. Gen'l. Paw. Agt. trauory. Yoou Uncle Sitnuel J. Tllden is just I Stmr-85lftMnnftrforour- ( I "tiXt:; I have received and am still receiv- ing New Goods for Spring' and Summer COmpriSlllg tile DeSt llxthe marK6t. wnicn will be gotten up in style and second to none in city or coun- GiVft Hie trifll. D "RnTilftV tl'V. I vie-tor- W. H. HIGGINS ! c Saw Mill For Sale! n n tf Farm For Bat-hean- A WALL PAPER f t N e TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON ig McROBERTS STAGG'S staafokd. Cr.F. Peacock oi'KKv Jiorsi; kloc?k, HUSTONVIIXE, KY., UNDERTAKER, WEA1E1, (.... t. lnplci, cpeimiie. FOKEION FKUITN, A- Iealei- in ..... -- I ..-- ,m' LRJ: H Shortest Quickest Route WIN NEED Sch-dul- Cili-forn- ia SOL'TII-EOC.i- 01 any of the goods named below you should by all means buy them of 1 ' 1 T. R. WALTONI Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be fifty-- NORTll-Floi'x- ' r' i 1 1 . f TREATED FAIRLY f . . i SQUARELY: : KOkTll-IIOlK- n' Flour, Baeon, Lard, Sugar, (Wcc, o b'Ot'TH-IlOU.S- If ::!iii:! Best Coal Oil. rl EEEHiE iEsomrc11' '1ming, Teas, Kope, Can- t iiuu uuuas, ami raiicy vxroeeries Tsifet generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, !8: vB Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets. , i AvIriC! cum oviiLV Vltn 011I rI.,.l a.vxvo kuitril JLUUTl Well e, --m , a I k I iTe rZ.. Mackerel. Sonns' &.V.sa KuV7a?Y '. Glassware, Tinware Glazed Stoneware, Brooms Churns, Jsaskets, ubs, some Harand Saddles, Tobaecos and i lllCPS. i fix-yta- rs -. Pbices. hl'lllK XllLlLO, Vti, Country Produce Want- Tiij ill till tit (.nTlfllPC: r-r- IVllfo llLS liOT'iJ Scmi-?31tchjnttriorour- Stanford, Ky., May 27, TIME CARD. ... . Mall Emm strain" " " ........ ! te a.m. Norh The al ore It calculated on itn Jard time, riolir time li .tbotit 10 niluulct faster Managed Ly Jno. B. Fish. Is a Candidate for Confmi in tbii dlitrlct.'.mb-Je- ct 2VEVEK I1EATEN IN A TEST. County Court today. The magistrates to tbe action of the democracy. meet to receive the sheriff's delinquent list Flte Hundred Dollaia In (lold at tbe ClDrinnatl Kipoiltlon in list, the highest award cirr given and to fix the counly levy. to an Kngln' Th highest awnrd at the iouthern is reported hxltlon. LoiiliTllle. Ky.. In If 63, fur ths ifcit Another cae of small-poSTAMOrtD. KY. Traction and lloid Kngwe! Partlpi drilling to LOCAL NOTICES. this morning. A little negro girl is broken W. P. WALTON, - Eepsratora and Haw i.lmo Propriotor. bur Engines,.J.ll. ItOt'llKMt. Mllli wh) Ky., addreM titanlord, But Paints of Pennr A McAHatcr. out with Ihe disease at the rnme house lr llOCKKK . ANDKUeON, Lan'KETH!4 arnlen feeds at McKoberU ISC KaatMaln St., LouUTillo, Ky 1248.1m Blieof Stfte,t20xSO. fight totopletessts of where Hiattdied. PmtlOK (nptcitr, Iccludltig A Hum'. llerr, MO. Mrs J. L, Jcplin has returned from JUtMnable ratei to god atlrutloDi. Atldrww Lanlkktiis Cordon Feeda at iVnoy A u above DANVILLE Paris Miss Ida Adams is visiting Miss McAllatfrV Jatl Redd at Crab Orchard. Miss Zula Jot. rlAAB Hojr Cholera Cure. Penny Williams is visiting her sister, Mrs. L. S. A McA'iMer aole agent. Jones, in Louisville. Ci.oki. your account with Penny & Mo Quite a respectable number of people Tlio XjCUcMikz- IIouho of Aliater ly cruh or note, tlio AVc-M-t JJnU! to hear the lions. J. B. are here HonA water with pure fruit fiaTora at This enterprising firm Is now rrepircd with a Mcltoberta it Stage''" and M.J. Durham diicuts their reManufacturers of full and complete Ilnenr everything uiuallr found Khan.) new tlock of every thine in the s spective merits for the democratic nomina- In a general furnlshltg eitabllihment. Dooi-h- , Sash, IIlimlH, Wlmlew called to Indies' Dress (ioods jewelry 'Incut Penny A McAHtter'. tion for Congress in this Ihe 8.h Congres- fccl! attention ! every and TjliuruinKsof description. Clot bin a Hoh!) catlie, ehcep ami poultry sional district. Iblh are good men for the specialty. I.verjthlngin the Fancy Hrocery lino, tinners' outfit coiuplttc, Mr. Ware barlER made der for sale hy McKobtrti A StiRg. mul Door Molil- place. two trli to the city recently and secured the Nr.K mKii!im of ready mixed paint for latest norcltl.. I was a little premature in my lad spring trale at McKobcrtaA btagjt'. Iiirh, Scroll Saw teller in saying that a call had been made Buying ncil Selling Strictly for Oash, Watch n, Clocke. and Jewelry repaired by the chairman of the county committee, We ate able lo and warranted by Penny A McAlIster. Work, Turnfor (lie democrats to meet at the courtKou Ka.x, a new pri(ht,J. A C Fischer OFFER SPF.CIAI. INDUCEMENTS, nlano. Apply at Intekior Joi.'anal for the pur house on Saturday all o'clock ing Lathe Work, And t!!D lo uiaVe our Store pose of seircting acd instructing delegates Nr.w ann full Muck of Fulling Tackle of to the Winchester convention to nominate Hoadquaitsrs for tho WobI End. every varlet jtiat received at Mclloberta A Flooring, Celling, H'tiath-erbonrriiii- g, 218- - tf a candidate lor Jndge nf tho Court of Ap KlaggV peals The chairman inlorms me that he Haci' Jlojf i Kviurdy ured by the beat Drowsed Lumber breedera llirotahout the country' A ewe had never been nctified to call any convenSale Of rur- - and pfetentlvr. Penny A McAIWtet And other tion until Friday the 23J inst , when he t ARenle. I will ri etecu'or of the estate of W. 0. Ralley, received a telegntn lo that tfleA, As the deed., sell to PERSONAL. litre was not sufficient to give notice all before the at public auction In the highest bidder Court-llou- e door over the county he cncluded to postpone 1S84, county court day, VO Stanford, JOE -', Also Dealers In returnid Mtsi JrSNIK liVCIIAKAN SUA It EH of Stock the convention un'il next Friday and has In the Farmers National Binlc of MaoforJ and 15 from Lotiiprillr Saturday. Kted notices for a meeting at that time. Mf.tllES in the First National JUinkof Stau-lorM ani Mkh. J. S. Ilt'niijw have ! AIo at same time and p!a?e ;i SUA ItVS As (here was a considerable number of i In the Stanford A. none to Hockcantle fprinR". Turnpike and one In democrats in town, Saturday, some of the the Hills Osp Turnpike. J. I. WjiuniiKAii, the popular drug Call on us or write for price We keep a Ijjm boys proposed that they hold a convention TkkwsThree months on notes with good se- atock and will do our Mt. Vernon, writ here Sunday, to please ycu in price Clot of then, as it would be more convenient than curity, bearing Interest from day of sslo and ne- and quality ol material, V. V. JoiiNbO.v, of Lily, i Mhh to come back next week They organized gotiable and payable in I!nk, or cath at option of vUlting her puenlii, Mr. and Mro. Peler purchaser. ItAWlLhE FLAXiXG Ml LI, CO by elected 0, W. McClure Chairman and ' Slraub tlA Hit ISO V It A ll.m, Ejcr. Danville Ky. E. B Smith, Secretary. A committee on Mr. ash Mrs. W. J. Hoiuh, of llry resolutions was appointed, which reported of Mr. (1. atilnilllr, at rndrd the fun-resolutions, which were the appended (.1. KiXinr. adopted and then the meeting adjourned. WUr, Mit Jam T. L'raici paid hi t The proceedings id Sjnday's ttmrier-Jour-nAoe.nt Fo The Mrn. Lilian), of Lebanon, a tiring viit was not reported by its regular correa Sunday. BONANZA & pondent al this plane Be it Wm 1!niehm.v and J. M. Mctrit By tie democratic party of KrWted. Aid the MicMrry rained I elow, for Lincoln ardGatrird Counties; Urown, ol.Mt. Vernon, are at Mr. W. F Rjckcastle county in mass convention KnnHy'ri. bled: JVe liulM the Famous "BOAMA" TIIItEMIF.R fir Wheat. Oats. Flai. Clover. !si)tl.e;i:Ll(:KA'ltolItijhlruH DEATHS. Mixm C L Ukows and S. F. B. Mow be. 1st, That we a; prove of the call of the I'usamlallbeeilsiiudOrJitis. ruiti.tiiLi; liM.l.MM ,.t t, o, (,, m is, j aIlllMurker! ij no,,. of the democratic district com- - Traction & K. C crticiaW, Here here yttlerday and lunvr.aim naw.viiu r an zttfi. lhurllv circulars frw county, died chairman the seltclion and instruction of " Wm. N. Gentry, of Boyle By the. MoiirmN- - Koute. Poor Arch for time ism WM. ROBINSON & CO., Richmond. Ind. Mi mitlee I I f A went to Lancaster to. meet to meet the XV t Snow is dead and by his own hand. Born in North Carolina, where he was trading in delegates lo the convention which meets in Winchester June 4th, to nominate a delormedand with a temperament that stock, on the 22 1, aged 30 years. Mr Jam T Hackley left at our of of the Court of Ap- Mrs. Patience 0 Boone, wife ctrd date for Judge Boone looked on the dark side of every question, fire last ril'ubt a basket of the fineat ttrtw morn-in- g Sd',' sojourn here of 35 years was full of 0. U. Boone, aged 55, died Friday That W. C. Mullins, Marshall Mul-in- s, berii'a we'eie aw. They are known ai his short S of pneumonia, after a short illncs. U W McClure, Jh. Maret. (if of troubles, by far Ihe greater number imthe Harkley .Seedling and are indeed hard 65fBead What Seme of Onr Best Farmers and Citizens of Lincoln and Ganoid Saj: aginary. Thii led him once before to at She was a patient, earnest christian, a Hiatt, L B. .Carter, T. J. Ballard, Jack to beat Adam. Jr.. ami F. H Reppert are selected "We, the undersigned citizens of Lincoln and Garrard, do certily that we have bad our wheal tempt lo end his davs, but he weakened af faithful wife, a good mother and a kind as delegates to cast the vote of Rockcastle uirriucu win, jwuinsou to.5 ew uoainzi urain anaseel Thresher and Knirina mnt wa bUa hi JuiM.r I'. M IICRiicrr, of Ltncaaicr, credit tor the work It did for us. It threshes fast, cleans and sepuates as good s any we everliail, ter receiving the doe and informed a friend, niighbor.and her loss is deeply deplored by miintT in said convention. wan here Sunday looking after lila telerunt smoother and with lew noise, aos not the grain like most mahlnn. In who hastened for a doctor and got him at all who knew her. Her surviving children 3d, That we recognize in Hen. Thomas ,iy ,0 IP.0 thatcspectt obuy Machines ol trackkind that they can not do better thanconclusion will this i the reason It tu get the phone line IVrhapf that snd Judge Robt. Thresher and Enelne. aWSold by Vf. H. TRAYLOB, Stanto-d- , Ky. See hlra and cet rilwa work before the deadly drug had fully per- are Mrs. A. R. Penny, Mrs. David Scott and Seott, ol Madison co Jnty abil-it- y lforpurchas ug elsewhere. Signed: J B. Owsley, II. Bsughman, J. II. Miller, J.ll. Lynn, tj. J. Em- They tay Sunday labor will not work. talent, It was a close call, Mr H. B. Boone and in their affliction the Riddel), of Elill count, thatwould reflect ?,V. ? ,S""'r7. meated the syMem m (Jooob, Jotdan Teiklrs, JauieaT. Adams, Win. A. 1'oon, ts. is. yudJerar, snd high honor, tbat never pav for hours apparently sympathy of the community goes out to credit upon nnrSta-- if chosen to the high lllatt, J. Hurt. however, as he lay whllne farmers say In regard to the Bonanza Thresher and Engine. Imllt by Robin ton JJe'.n:'Jfe C Iir.siAN nidered a relate Mi.h iVrki as it dead. A few days ago he returned from a Ihf m. Kids. Williams and Livingston con- office of Judge r.f the Court rf Appeals, A Co., ll'ehmond, Indiana, and till hera br W. II. TRAYi.nR. their Aivnt. w n lot threshed with ff u tut it j inie incoming up from Wayne and Winchester ground iialt en cut id wheat we often seo It. the Bonanit E Thresher,IlusMoItMlw.u splendidlyKydone nlcn up like and c'c.in-n- ot long trip out West and had gone into busi- ducted the funeial exercises at her home and that our delegates to the Mgnel: J. Karris, Is, Stanford, , McAlls. nnd now he- - at the Kinl of death at her be unanim msly instructed to ter A bailee, Lincoln Mills. ness for the Wheeler A Wilson Sewing Ma- and Saturday her remains were interred convention 10 trios wnora I have sold machinery I extend thtnkt lor their patronage, and will y to thoae ihe vote of Rockcistle county for moihrrV in thin county Mr Duncan w cist ,0,n'y tn:lt I ":" take great ple.isure in fitting yo-- i up with named machinery. chine Company. Pernios who saw him in Buflilo Cemetery. Hon. Thomas Sr .tt r first cho'ce so long lr.?t,','Kt everything It In perfect working order. I have on hand thes abeve ol printed aatler a ipply fvlesraj led f. r at Winchester tpterday. "' I e that be b'fore said convention, which wPl he tent to any one dJJresiing me at Stanford, Lincoln Cjunty, Kr. here Thurdy, the writer among tho numas his name dull RELIGIOUS. Yours very trily. If. . TltA Yr.OIt. and in the event said Scott is dropped the ber. tLuUkiht he wa us cheerful nnd as LOCAL MATTERS. Cieneral Conference, in vote be cast frr Hon. Roll. Riddell for ever was. The first The Methodist nwh at himself as he Niw candies at T P.. Walton''. cr nventim; a at session lor some time pist at Pnihdelphia, second ch'dce in sid Intimation he gave of his intention S. S. MveM. Fhiii vegetable at about 10 SO Thursday night, when he went adjjiirned Satuday to meet in ISSb in BosNKW AllVLItriSEBOTs. over to D. Klaus' for a shirt and a pair of ton. ami White Mountain Pilulei" Rev. I. S. McElioy, out cf respect to drawers. Leaser Jacob showed him the arcream itttia at HM;ut A CurranV. ticle and the shirt being a little damaged the Commencement Sermon at the Opera ! F rii'i ltdy ahould have one or more of by wetting at the recent fire, he remarked House, will not preach here next Sunday, for the purpose he but at Hustonvilleat 11 A. M. OK A Flower Pot for sale by T. K. that it was good enough tue t The Courier Journal fays: The Baptist wanted it. He then went to his room in Walton. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- and Valuable Stock of Dry Goods, the Myers House, after getting piper to social and spiritual event of the week was Lara l' me nnd see the handsome display of Clothing, Boots, Shoe'. Hats, Caps, write some letters. An hour or so after- the reception by the young people of Ihe tea and dinner sots and fancy glassware at Groceries, Hardware, &o. down and told the night Broadway Baptist church to their young wards he came Iiriht A CurranV Bub Whitley, "ihst he w Anted pastor, Rev. II. Allen Tupper, Jr ,Ust Friwatchman, In execution f an older ofaato made In the cae The Stanford Dancing Club has secured to see Mr. Bjrnide, that he was getting day evening. in the Lincoln Circuit Court In now pendln srhltU iro. W. James is plaintiff and A. J Slg-lthe eervues o( Wolf iV TrosiV Urchtstia for ready to die and wanted to py his hill This day, May 27, has been appointed Isdeleodant. I will on AND DEALERS IN tLfir Hop on the tith of June. Bjb refused to go, supposing that he was by the National W. C. T. l as a day of TIIVKSDAV, .1FXE 3th, 188 lf him hick lo bed Ja.leii NtWLAXii might work some ol drunk and tried to get B 'a room and call- prayer to be observed by christian people Atlhtr-oiithe n ' rsl. Orrtnr.l where throughout the country, that only such" Court Square Finally he went to Mr. treprt"oncrprontblvnn tne KOoJaait now s'ore.l. .11 at public auction the he had taken CO grains of candidates may be chosen for othce as shall larcnlutol uifrchandlse, "onalsttntfof lry UooJs. said that 1 i in a very ugly coaJitin. He might ing him Noilona, Hfmly Made Clothlou, Boots and bhoe., morphine and thai he had but few minutes fivnr the cuse of nationil prohibition. lists and Caps (troreries, Itanlwarc, Jarmln? I tve the ami weed cut, at least. Believing .ir,hi h was levied on undrr tbe Rev. K 0. (iue:aant returned last, left and wanted to pay his bill In the ahote st j ld vt a the property fr.endsof Capt. Tom KicSardsare that he was joking, Mr. Burnside replied night from Campbellsville, Southern KenTitr lots, and Tha blrtohis aid in time of need. rather crossly and told him to go and pay tucky, where he wtnl to dulicate a hand- not by iiierchiiidisewlll besoldln tho piece, as f.il'ows, and consMsof g Roods, eotiors, aud show cises. 1st. The dry Convinced by his actions that some-Hun- some new church last Sunday. He organA re ,ly Tine $1 200 has bwn raised and Bo Ind. Tne teaify made clotlilug. With ter in was wrong, however, he hurried for ized a church at that place on Tuesday Jd. The li'ots and shoes. tJewoKS'iH nobly . 4th. The hats and csi, r '.' d u vtateiday: "I rever Dr. Iteid and by the time he got back wilh with 50 members. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. hii ey 3th. The Rroccrles, btrlwarr, and farming lic- ,,,. pleiuenta. many friend I had till aow." knew tu him Mr. Snow had fallen on the lloor un TKRUs-Croof'ix mnntln on tond LAND. STOCK AND CROP. "iis sltr of mle lecurlly lariui; consciou. He wa taken to his room, Mi.is . il.ickeiii.nt $1.20 per duzin or where Dr P.eid ued every antidote at his TbeKicU will he shou ty J. T. Chadsrlck at Blue km'8 renta nt from $3 75 to $1 Crah Orthard lo peicous dtsllioc lo purchase. ,'i cents ati'ceMtid snaller than a partthUe 252-command, but without avail and at 9 A. M. J. X. .UEXVFF.E, H. L. C. may do fur a Jay Ctould to dine ujon but a Friday the troubled spirit appeared before per acre in Bourbon. Crow eold to Love Lillard a Joe It II. pour nenspiper inn uiiiu continue lo fill its Maker. Ou the table in his room was Hildreath colt for $110. his waste pl.ices with Cincinnati middling. found an empty morphine bottle, which COMMISSIONER'S SALE INCLUDING THE barrels of corn for aale. We know a man who paid t e hove price showed by the paper w ripping lying near or STLK.NDID E. E. WriRht, MllledRerille. Saturday but he has unce assigned for Ihe had beea opened for the first time. A glass J. . Poor sold Isreal Braune, of Cin! of his creditors. bertfit with some dreg of morphine stood by and cinnati, 100 alop cattle at 5 j. Any parties having old wheat to nell The Lindon Echo tris to nnke a moun- the assertion that he had taken CO grains .11 Stanford, Ky. of a mole hill and spreads over was no doubt literally true. Several letters will find it to their interest to correspond tain Tit table, one n (dressed with Smith & Andewon, Danville, Ky. Lincoln Circuit Court; The First National Bank nearly a half column what might have been were also found on the ofetauford vs Robt. Mi Mater and others. In Emma Baker, another to M. L The melon growers of Georgia have said in three linfs. There is hardly the to Miss lij'Tirliie of n JudtrinBHt In this cause at tbe B. Floyd formed a pool for the sale of their products rWial AprllTerm.l'i'l.or the Lincoln Circuit diflerence between tweeJIe duni and twee-di- e Richards an I still another to II. . ..' last was with headquarters at Atlanta. No melons lmri, .i UIlUeiDlKUtUI p..,.ii.ktialAtiAsi will nn i. i vui-ut" lilt dee in our report of the Oraybeal mat- and one without direction. The inquest and was found to be will )e shipped until a market has been ter and the one that appeared in that pa opened at the 2. 1884, MONDAY, find found for them. per. We said that "owing to some irregu- to Mr. Burnside, telling that he would SOLE ACENTS FOR 11 G. V. Perkins, of Northern Pennsyl- Heirs County Court day, botween the hours of In larity " I'rother Dyche had it "owing to C3 and more In his right hand ptntaloons e door p. m.. Irme the a urand 3 If we ac- pocket. Oq a scrap of paper was written: vania, who will no doubt make na a sub- btanfonl. Ky . sell as one lot at public auction to some peculiar circumstances." Ian J IheblgLest bidder "Life to a man with a roul in him is stantial citizen, has bought through the tbotownofKtanlord, twoy a.ljicent lott ofdepot In South-Bon- d or cept your invitation to call on you, old udjotnlag the A.C. S. than ll"tll. IbeLoulsvllloA Nashfillo U. It. containing altofellow, be prepared to have us pound some Bnria BurnBlde telegraph Mit Richards of real estate agency cf W. II. Miller, CO gether Mr. Hi polee, with alarge knowledge into your cranium. my death. Two valises are at mugnertys acres cf land known aa the Robinson place " and uwued by John M. Hail, lying on the NEW BRICK FLOURING MILL Have them given to M. L. K A Work With iou if there ever shop. "STAuroui), Ky.. May 22. Ihe world Crab Orchard pike for $18 per acre, unimAND A was a man who despised to dun his fellow will say that I am mad. but I am not. I proved. hat-ti- e man, that individual is the humble servant am unlmppy. I have tried to fight the Tramo AVlieat Elevator B. G. Pennington bought of S. P. A Largo New I lost the fight and of life, but who now addresses you. It is repugnant (lover 00 fat lamba at 5 cents per pound, Mtuate thereon, lojUbcr llh all their machinery C. Snow." Arch and revolting to his very nature and but life must go with it. from other partita at f !I her fixtunt, apparatus, Ac ,ato aatlsfy pialntia't Judgcent, froui His preparations seem to have been very also J5 head ment fur JU.OOO, with for its being a ground.hog case, ho would head. J. W. Duncan, of Monticello, bought rVnteiuh. r o, lhM. suljwt lo crelltt ol 30 and He dresed himself in the deliberate. I. 1881, and for the turn of In thM unfortunate dilemma never d j s yoke of cattle 84 970 18. rld January thereon Irom February 15, tdOOOwilhR prr cent, he wanted lobe buried in and the of Nimrod Morrow a fine Ht present snii being in urgent nceu oi clothes also other tSbl. and their coitsli rein I'xindid. he left bore no weight 2,800 pounds, at 5 cents, The alovrt property Is eligibly tituatel aon the every cent that idtie him, he aks every-bed- y handwriting on the letters town Hie L 4N,R. ntniiorw-nf nprvfliier.ef c A considerable vokes of cattle nt from 4 to 5 cents per Kiuivtllle HraniU ol In the heart of a It., lucountry. line so indebted to forward the small ,f I (WO Inhabitants Miinil.-Sorn- erel Ilepublican are new and cost Th b'ildlngar.d insibiDfry to have elnpe.l between the nmo ml he owes at once or make it a point time seems opportunity to practl-o- il Tbe of Unwashed fine merino wool is quoted 528,0('i men sale it abut null ., months. !1 ard settle next Monday, which is taking of the pslson tind the apprnsch c TniMSOKlsAtK-- A iredit tf o and i thfsj mm' hive been in Cincinnati at IS to 20c per pound; mediurt day. An honest uinn is the unoonso!'Hi'ni--amHnii'N reiuirel with ap",oll Hurlly, paynble canity c He proba- um delaine and clothing, 22 to 23c; medi- to Commissioner, lsrliig C per tent Irom day or momenta of terrible ludgments. Lien also lit blest wcrk of God, and he only is honest bly el-- e would not hve um combing, 21 lo 22c; coarse combing, 1(1 tale ml basing Ibeftl' cut Al-I- a he recrelted hia ai retained. HU. WKLVU, r ays his debts promptly, when he wh Master Cuu'r Lluioln Circuit Cou UJ-to nUe an alarm by telling of to 18c; quarter blood clothing, 21 tu 22c; oome down can. und'evtrycueCHii if he willjuet try. Kouth , . LAN. LOCAL trlo going North.. " " " Bouth .. Htr.u, I M r. m, 1 W'r. are now prepared to furnish ice it. There was nut much need of an inquest, fleece washed fine merino, 30 to ii'Jc; mediM. cream in any quantity to fmlllcn deliver- but Coroner W.J. Diugherty had been in um clothing 31 to :i2c; combing 28 to 30c; 8,h D1,,r,cl office three years and had sat onlr on one quarter blood and low, 25 to 28c; common ed nt any hour. 8. 8. Myers. case and the chance was to good to be lost, coarse 20 to 25c. Tub washed -- Choice 1884 Some one killed F. J. Curran'i fine point- so he summoned the followingjury: B. Hen 33 to 3Gc; avtrsnc 32 lo 33c; coarse 28 to We do not cry over the ry Iiaughman, H. J.Coffey, (1. W. liobbitt, 303. Pulled Lambs, 25 er last night. U a Candidate for Conprns In the Elguth District, 2Cc lo subject to tha will ol the Ketaocrnty, death of any of hia kind, but we are aorry J. W. Rout, D. Mattingly and V. 11. Wat-so- n MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. forCurran. following ver- JUDGE J. DlHIIA.n R. C. ISKADIJGY, J 3 erw.MXi.cy! JA.ttES CARPENTER AND BUILDER, i MerxtEAItY rrauj M moTfd hla ninti In, rf firing, Ac. iu a;i csiptnter o nr Cation him. carremeriDg, noue hop In town ami is dow I mm-- I C0 A.M. ik. of-fi- and they returned the JiukieM.J. Di'miam will nddresa the dict: "We, a coroner's jury, called to Inquire people of Lincoln at the Court House here at 2 o'clock, nut Monday, dive him a into the cause of the death of A. C. Snow, whore body now lies before ti, find that it big audience, resulted from a large quantity of morphine t Notice! -- This is to certify that the Wal taken with suicidal intent." The body was then turned over to his ter A. Wood Harvesting Machine Co. was. in friends and interred in the old burying not represented in any way in the cut prices of Harvest Machines the day ground at Spears Fisher's beside that of IiIb O. T. mother. An unsuccessful lore affair seems sold. were machlrci the Wallace. Given to me this 20th day of to hiive been the came of the suicide. Sev ers! years ago ha laid scige to the heart of May, 188 J. Peter Hampton. u young ladr in this vicinity, but the put Next Sunday will be a big dy here. him off and it is said discarded him final All the pretty school girls In their snowy ly a few days ago. Mr. Snow was a capadrew of while will be al (he Opera House ble burners man and filled several imporand so will every other girl who happen tant poiitionn during his life, but for sever-a- l to have a new hat or new dress. It will be yeara he has been a confirmed opium n regulnr show day nmong the Indies and eater, which no doubt unsettled his mind every one will wear either the blue or red and brought him to his unnatural end. ribbon and be entitled to it besides. His real name was Chapman, but at the TimiK will be but one full graduate at death of his mother, who was a the College this year, Misi Ellen IMlou, of Mr. Arch O. Snow, that gentleman who would have completed her studies a adopted him and by an act of the Legislatwelve-month- s ago but for sickness. The ture, changed his name to 8now. public need not judge from this, howeven MARRIAGES. that the Commencement exercises will be shorler and less interesting than usual, Invitations have been received to the There are more "distinguished" and "most marriage of Mr. Thomas I). Carson, of this distinguished" young ladies this year than county, to Miss Margaret, daughter of Mr. ever and a rtcitil cf their names always and Mrs. John W. Turner al Dayton, O , proves entcrlnining to them nnd their June 5th. friends. Miss Lucy Cooper,the attractive daughDepity Marshal Killed. News has ter of Hon. John C. Cooper, formerly of reached here that Wat Killion, U.S. Dep-ul- y this place, will be married to Mr. Henry Marshal, who has been operating in M Winslow at the Methodist church, mountains in search of moonshiners, RtShelbTvillc, Wednesday, June lth. the y We failed to note the marriage of Mr. was killed near Lily, Laurel county, who L. D. Cardwell, late of the Harrodsburg niglitby a man named Spears, It Enttrprv, Wednesday last, to Miss Stevia is an alleged illicit whisky vender. seems that he attempted once before to ar Coleman, who Is described as one of the rrst Spears without avail and this time brightest, eweelest and most estimable when he raw him coming Spears shot at him young ladies of Mercer county. at her home in Llnnon, twice through his btr room window, both Badlyounded as he the charming Miss Bessie Fogleand Mr. II. hot taking affect w Killion returnd the fire, when Shers M Allen, of Cincinnati, will be united in opened on him with a pistol and siceeded marriage. Theceremouy will be performin putting three balls into his body, kill- ed in the presence of a few relatives and ing him instantly. At last accounts Spears the couple will leave at once for Cincinnahad not been rreted and if he would eav ti, where they will take rooms at the Gib his neck he had better never show himself, sun House. if the above report is true, as it appears to -step-daughtSit-nrda- HON. A. G. TAIiIIOTT Peerless Traction Engine. x OPERA HOUSE, F. M. WAKE & CO., PLANING MILL - y Mc-Crea- ry COMPANY Frames Brit-dai- BankStock, &c. Building Material Farming l-iuulicr d. - tt W. H. TRATLOR, GRAIN FIELD SEED THRESHER. as-m- iii ra - e i Sheriff's Sale CURP.AN, er e fi- t. HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, Farniing Impleni5nts5 Buggies, Wagons, .llti d MILL PROPERTY Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, AleFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. and Hamilton JUNE court-hous- T Plows, Solo Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning' Plows, jr the-eo- a Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evnns Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Also Agents for Waller A. Wood Hai vesting Machines; AT BED ROCK PRICKS. d Stftiiford. Ky r Chapter on Boa. boy, and all his ed ucation diptuded on his inexperienced pirenls. There were no other bays In the public to teach Cain how to lie, ewoke, drink, fiht, cheat and steal. There were no country relations upon whom little Cain could be inflicted for two or three weake, when his wearied parents wanted a little reit. I don't wonder that Cain turned out bad. I vlways said he would. We all have our owu boy to look after, aa your neighbor hat r. boy you can look after much more closely than his mother can, and much more to your own saliefic-tio- n than to the bjy's comfort. Your boy is like Adam's boy; he arks questions, and if there is any truth in tbe old thtery of transmigration of souls, when a boys die he will raw into an interrogation point. The older he grows the more ques tions he asks. The oldest boy I ever knew n was year old, tmd I went to school to him, and he did oak the longest, hardest, croukedett questions that no boy could answer. And now your boy, ceasing to ask questions, begins to answer them, until you stand amszed at the breadth and depth of his knowledge. He wants to be a missionary or a pirate. So far aa he expresses any preference he would rather be a pirate, where there are more g chances of mukiug money and fewer of devoured. A Cain was the first May 27, 1884 Unprotected Girls. been dlcov-tie- d N ! Another serious defect ha DANVILLE, EY., THB QRCAT THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL 1 Will practice In the Courts of Doyle and adjoining in our tariff. Tlie American girl oounllc and In tho Court of Appeals. An! tho Loi.liTll.e not protected in tlie matrimonial umket pro B. Fisn, from the quite paasaWo hut cheapl J. Courier- A.t Jun-wduced foreign gill, and a numbir of And Muter Commissioner Hockcaatle Circuit Cour. One year for onlr 8:l-tMT. VKKNON, KV. ptjx ra tor Iitlla American industritJ languish with her. mora tbau the price of OD. Will practice In the Kockcaalla Courts. Collections specialty. Office la few days ago a resident of Winchester A IMJ for oa jexr paying uiW you will county, finding himself in need of a wife, l, IT. HUFFMAN, tha LEE jour homo pipiT with th deliberately went down to Castle Garden, reprcaeniatlTa nwipa;iir of tha soulu, democratBU11GEON BTANFORD, KV. ic and for a tariff fur revenue onlr, arid tha bt. to look for an acceptable mate. It did not t OflSe South ltd Main Hunt, two doors abort and ablmt fauillr w.wklr In the Unltd (ample tho Myers HoUl; Hutu. Tbnia who deilre to atamloa happen to he a good day for girla, but his or the uo toal tali ode Fure Nitrous Oxide Oat adinlnlUrd whin re- rupjr quired. ticeesa has since been reported. It wsb to Wlllout Change and with Speed Unrivaled be expected, for mwy maidens who are DR. W. D. PENNY, comely and good enter the United Btate SHORTEST QUICKEST (lOUTE AND TJontlHt. HTANFORD.IKENTUCKY. through Castle Garden, and aiereion to ntosi LovnviLU to tiu This notice forewarns hunters, Ssherman and Office orr Kobt. 8. LytU's itora. Offlce hour matrimony is not among their peculiarifrom 8 to 13 A. M. ind 1 to S r. at. Aneatbetles ad tramp not to trvspass on our lands without Why did the suitor turn his back on as ill such act ir Itauleto be proceeuled ties. ministered wnen necrv. to tha full rxtentof the la his own country, where girls of every vaSHued 1 Hlantord. Kr March 17th. tMI itbeut chanea to D. McKlttrlck. OusA W.M. McCormack, ihillls, lleruphls, riety are as numerous aa politician? We I.!llla lloek, MoDlronmj. AtlAhl&. Kitunih. A, w, cirprnler, II. T. Hush, JacksonvHU, Moalle, and Naw Orlsant C. Hlihop, do not know, but the special advantages of Held, Levi Hubble, K. Cobb, the Ciatle Garden plan are quite evident K. D. llhodra, I will deliver Ire to regular customer every morn- - HltKlns Kelly, BEST R0UTETO FLORIDA 11. li. A J V tlover, W.r Mcforruace, A proposal to a young woman "caught on Without Ihant M II l.jlls, (1. L. Carter - T. arriving one day and intoctlinif POUNDthe fly," ONE CENT J. W, Weaiiierfjrd, J. Hill, Wm. Burton, SHORT LINETO THE EAST VaDoy, C. on the next to take a train to her family Account! due at the close of each month or when J. A. Harrd. Froaa Louistlll la TatacaCars wllloatcLanc. J H. Murphy, a customer oi'lta. J. M. Hill, I. W. Carter, or friends in the Wwt invoUea no prelimt 347-t- f it. k. mi, union'. Fd Carter. J II. McAllster. SeekmK homes on In The "Black Hole" or Calcutta. nary expenses in the nature of bjuquets, tin!, rl ,HI rnm.i ul,l T. J. Foster. J. I). Jones, The reader is familiar with the story of recslve special low rates J. O. VonUomery T. M While, tickets, bujjgy ride, ice bonbons, theatre Dress-Makin- g I l'.K, Marc'iui, Mrs. J. J. Moberfr. ae Ai-o- u ot ili c inpany for rales, ronlet the Black Hole outrage, or can at least Millinery & W. K. Auion ae . or write M.T. ltuik.ll. c. P. AT V.OHf., G. P. L , A. cream and excursion, and the consequent A sad story comes from Chillicothie, Mo. II, J. Dust. A D. Newland look it up in auy comprehensive Eaglish '" cards or Loulasllla, K. wedding does not imply either (XlMyr) 13 Two years ago Kev. K. Williams took aioic revive a very old lay- charge of the Baptist church at Moberly, history. It may be of interest, however, cake. Beaides, to X PRI7P andSrenlslirpostaKaand receive Use of every variety of t hate Trad.M.rW. m!RKA"VM NPECIIIO. ing, the man who marries a Castle Garden Everbody loved and revered him, He was to state that all traces of this tragedy are Millinery,received a full inijieclion or the same. aim lnvnean will hlp all, of either sex. tl mar money rUbt now covered yp, ro that the scene where ails uymnia uaron, woo la aa expert in in uus- away than anythlo al In this work! girl dot not have to hire a Castle Garden quiet, and it is remembered that he never orluue Lvv r 'LTho (Ircftt Ensjlhh Remedy, awsit lb workers absolutatv euro. At Ionce ma. will With all talked of his life before coming to Missou- it was enacted is the heart now of thjs busy Inesa, low. assist S1HN,wonii nrsicuM ana prices wife. girl to take care of his very 3t. Tarn A Co , Aucusu, Mslne. Is a pmlt'va cur for Weak Mmo-ry- . 2 lt.lt McKlunej', Kj. these odds against the American girl, it la ri. Recently the field of his labors has metropolitan city; so complete has been Urn of Ilraln Power, Nervous Kxhausllon, dentinal Weakens,, that the tarifl does not protect her. been "hanged from Moberly to Chillicothie, the triumph of western civilization. The strange uf ItupoUcy and Oeoera' Organs, ! ! ! Power ol the tieneratlv Why should foreign girls be admitted free where he seems to have been rapidly win- postouice is a huge building, surmounted ml tl diseases that follow su w with a splendid dome, and the other Not tJsfijra I iklnf. queries ol jouinui iinprujenc oi of duty? Are they raw material? ning his way to the hearts of hie congregaIt. KINNAIKD tbe rieM0t matured years, such Ti.J.Matk, be urged that the tariff is tion. Oa Monday he received a visit from buildings that mark the site of the old they! It may a t'nlversal Lasatluda, l'aln In tha & fort are lofty and substantial structures. Keels creat anxiety fr the vopl of Stanford and baea. Dimness of Vlslob, I'rama-lur- e for the protection of infant industries, of the deacons of his church, who informed Lincoln county and promise to do the fair tblnf Old Aire, and many otrer disDalhouiie equare opposite, where the for them If they will Insure with blm In either lnsinltyrCn-sumptio- n which tne American girl it not one, hut it him that they had heard that their minisChicago The London A Incasblre Insurance Co., of eases that leid to casof reiasl In all certainly should not be hard to convince ter, having another wife in the Etst, was ravelin once held its horrid, ghostly vic- Liverpool, whose asseta are I J,M 3,00), or WeaVoewth Specific acts Ilka a. The Iloyal, of LlverpMl.atsM IK.MT.lTl, or is now one of the fairest spots in restoring low or fallnevli-orTHK O.V.V LINE tlUNNINU any calm and dispassionate mind that she liable at any moment to be indicted for tims, The Lancashire, of Manchester, asU over tu,- - charm, t clvlne to tha era a Calcutta, where every evening men and 00,000. andsnarkllnt IwsutT. to theihret is a direct product of one, the continuance bigamy. He acknowledged he had been Cars! I IV pnmUe to pay all lam Jmn Jiy aJjuttmtnt tbe rosy Llooom of health. women walk or play lawn tennis upon the After Tlkiaj? of which ia imperatively demanded for pos married, that his wife had deserted him and vill noC,uk thf uiuj,jyi60) Jjyi time. OarMunar sSpeclne It sj'd by a.l Drutiiits at Inter-OceaA.NP ft'Lll) TRAIN' Also by terity's sake. In her fully conipielea con and Le had heard of her death. He beg geen award. II pel pjrk. or six pscxaes f.r I Write to him or call on htm at Lancaster,, Ky. tnall. IMStus fr, ou rece.pi oi prK LOUISVILLE dition say at the age of 20 or Jo years TO CHICAGO ged for time and said th.it he would on the Slow to Lears. "Johnnie," said an Full psrlleuUrs In pamphl, whl.b wllll Adlrras all comrnalle.1 free to every applicant he embodies many times more 'expendinext day make all plain or reien. The Oil City girl to her bashful company, as C3r- munications to tha sole nisnufw lur-i- s. mi-i- t it. i v KKPaHSKHTS ture and e(ljr.t than tne cheup labor prod- deacons left and Mr. Williams went for a they occupied remote ends of the sofa the ixi: to., v HrwjatNoTi 1 A V I! li ... Irom.. the..,uUvlkl la 1'rsiith of .. , Ksrat. Ksntss City. Mo. craJles. The foreign girl walk. He did not return and a eearch was other night, "I see by the papers that a laucts of EurojHun Cold lnMaifvrd by I'sany A M'A.lster ani al! in lime to tske tbe evening train of tha Moo & tVMite' aud au thro igb In Druiulsts errv where should be taken off the frte list. Home in instituted. Towards morning he was found dy in New Jersey, 101 yesra old, boaits f Aanil a I'aria A Co . Wli esi.e Ascu. (Iroeucfstlr, ( ranrunKsrlilc, Lifajette Han-dallLouisville, Ky., Cincinnati, 0., and IndlanapMIs, 200-lLoutsulle, Ky. dustries demand it. Where is Mr. dead in a field with a battle of pruwic acid having been kijed by Washington." Ind., dealers In dlelnway A boas'. Decker Ilros ', anil Chicago iiltltotit cliitnxi'. Haines', J. A C Klscber, Voe X Sons', Ualdwln A "Yes," said Johnnie, "I eaw it too." fNew York Herald. in one hand. He left no statement and his TIMETAWLK Co.'s Collate, I'prlght and Siusre I'iano Forte, "Suppose you were to become a great also the Kstey, 8honlner and Hamilton Organs wife says she knows nothing of any previlally". Speed of Thought, issliy. ! r.nuNa. suld at price and terms to suit purInstrument man like Washington?" ous marriage. chasers. Don't give your orders till you get our Lve. U)i.t.vllle Many people have noticed the remarka S '4 an. (l?.'-6tprice and terms. "Well?" said Johnnie. I 91 a w The sire cf trotters, ros. liter,, ar. I t..iM f, icy Arr. (Invimutte J l pm BtiTER Than tue 'Good Old TiMia." ble quick'nesa of thooght in dreaming, how " n jw funis and tlrst-- i law haitrrn horses than any other 1 01 pin "And I was to live to be 104 years old." " lAljyette vlk. make the sest.ia u' 11 and extend-i- n In Kentuckv. "Ill 4 It pro The train called the congressional, which a long story, with many details ' Cblcuo 7 Warn a su lour tulles west orstantnid, lrstly oi t'ta Knob "Well?" said Johnnie nu LI k pike, and will over a great period of time, will flash leaves Washington at 4 r. M. and in six permitted I) serva rnarei dlrwt I ,a.I extremely low pruaul I.J tbeseasjti .,r It ) a Tb mnst ..,-- a. rU, wnb iltllfe naa haaidd a( couldn't say of you what the old lady at the "I '. V. nOfirti. luw. through the mind in a fear niitatitej, but hours lands the passenger on the New "" to liitnre. rartlcit w(;h the mare forfeits th In. ve-- ( twin vnu ia N said of Washington, could I?" , tic Kor lurther lufurniain. .ljrrs turanee. Ilolisu exrelUiit brreJer and a s.irel they seldom have any me ins of even ap- York side of tbe river, reminds me of the ill'UIUV KLLLMi, V A . furnlshM al li pr jioMh j lull xetter tirau Then he kted her.-- Oil City Derrick. proximately measuring the quicknefs with time before "monopolies," when the same Due car taken to prevent sretdents or escspes, j ta- l'ilsilll, ICy ,r . but will not l rcspounbles'im.id tnj sometimes dream. There is railroad under four ownerships knocked which they Another Mania. The duelling bottle E. H. BURNSIDE, UiutcairTtON aso l'Kllaax.- - Nubly Is a let lilsck, with suisll star and two sihlla feel, IC hau Is now going the rounds of the prew a sUry me around all day, spoiled my clothes, aud craze has been a very fashionable one with ta1', r. o.l I Inch Ix, tine mane Im'siiIKjI hesl and neck, eieilent should ir, Woll - Known and Joinhue, Uct fautliee and svinmelrT Mny Laik purporting to tell the dream of a railway kept a man to wake me up every time I young girls in Washington in the past few This Old E Ry. in Hotol Still Maintains its tuaranlee In doesn't Uvea slaiii'in ' tad will engineer, which, if true, afford a means of duzed, to Be 4 if I had a ticket, threw me months. It is a costly fashion. One belle l of there a unit a better dlspusllloo, and thee iuailllee High measurement and the story itself has every into omnibuses, haltered me like an ox for now has her second bottle precnted with As an evbleuco lnvstisl.lv Inipartatohls pr,eny Houto appearance of being a genuine relation of dinner, and called its ferryboats such names in thee mouths, each of which cost SCO be wl produce vary fsst hoiaes wbeu criwd that AND roa 00 good mare Is tha lac. that soma of his vary experience. The engineer had bien with- as "State's Bighti." "State's Rights" then The first was crushed under her carriage Walls'" dim hint bttt hlr Proprietor it Determined that speediest colls have notThis of llselt Is rocuslve Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. torecommeod them out sleep and on duty for many hours and meant Chancellor Livingston's kind, which wheel in coming from a party one night, Iti Shall be 8econd to no Country prool that tb speed ctxux from tba sire Oouieof it t last fell asleep on hi post. Then he declared the tidal waters of New York state ana its goiu top with tier initials on it tha coldrst.bloolnl male In tha land have produc Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Tha only liaa r jnnink- ed fast colts by blm. U Alex Johnson says "i dreamed quite an elaborate story of an ac- and New Jersey the property f those ttittt alone escaped distruction. Appointments, or Attenhave bandIM mora of Nnbby's colts than any msn, and they ara all last " Mr Wm. U.idd says "no PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS tion to Comfort of Another youig lady carries one at least cident resulting from a confusion of train and then sold them in the legislature to better rMdstcrs live." Mr 1'urdotn has one wltu their Gneiti. AUD We have now a foot in length, and being of very thick ho studied over the words of two or three individuals. little handling that Is troltinj his mile In 2 M, orders; how andaars "no better closi of horses can b found ' dispatch, trying to make out their on one railroad nine daily trains to and cutglaasit is particularly pinderous. A the Mr F. D. Nune ssya no road Is too loos tor any and from tbe Warren Kussei Gath. bottle of this kind, even of moderate size, RavkTao will be eoaveysd toaccommodatUnsda of tbetn.andevery on a seller." was sol 1 to W Ca meaning, and then how his train coming from Washington. free of chars;. Kaeelal Nobby made a record ol 2 23 and he was thrown ta Commercial Traveler. Tbe liar will BOM Harpei'a IJizar. Fair. Qtvelaod, Ohio, lor tJ.OOO. If nemssry Most of our business men can remem- costs $10. into collision with another, always supplied with the choicest rosMglTeauiulwrsol tesltinonlals from tha best araadaof Llqaor aad Clears. into the air and dropped btck into his eat ber when every financial disaster made it borsamenof our ceuntry couiuieedlnj Nobby lo LoulMTlllcniiolniiiitliiitdl.cx. Oscar Turner's declination to submit to tbe favorable consideration of all Users of good liiKton, Ky., in the cab with his hand on the throttle. necessary to scrutinize every bank bill horses, but wi let tha above suffice, r.sam.oe a primary election unless he is permitted TO Ibe horse, anil If you ar dispose.! t give him your in trade, and to keep the run of the to name the day Is characteristic. At that instant consciousness returned and He is patroiuiM wl'l guarantee value reelvel f.ir your wa all a dream, and that discount to be made from tbe issues of o he found tint it money. Nobby Is brOarrard Chief, ha by a cold, selfish, unpatriotic man who never Chief, be by Membrlno raymsster, ha by ConnaetlnK in same depot with fast train Jor although h'u train was traveling at the rate each bank or tection. The Eastern men had the interest Mambrlno. he by imp. Messenger OarrardCbler of the party at heart. If dam, Dollls Dixon, by Frank, g, dam by Aratus, of 45 milea an hour, it had gone enly 250 traveling ia the Wet would get loaded up there were two ctber men in the district g g dam by IlimlleWnUn, g g. g dam by through with Western money and have to go to a feet while the dreim was passing Nobby's dam a thoroughbred raire formr-l- y who were tv dogmatic and stubborn, the owned by II. K. KoMnsoii, of darrard county. Tho Direct Route to L nchburg. Dan his mind, this distance being fixed by the broker nnd charge it into gold at a Iocs district would be represented by a repub. it. II. i HOU: ville, No position of the train with reject to signal of Iroui 20 to 50 per cent, before he could lican. Turner's object in demanding that lights on the Hue. This in tbe interesting buy a ticket home. Debts between dif- the primary be held on August election All Virginia and Nortb Carolina TFsB part of the story, for if then? measurement ferent localities were at sixes and oevenr; day is to give the republicacs and Green . .! iltfLS Pointn. correct, mo uream cccu-pK- l the debtor clifs, of course, had to submit ire approximately For tickets and further Inform. tlnn apply to backers, who hive alvay elected him, a your nnarrat ticket odlre, or I" Led-g- r I le thin four second of time. to ih) Iom from the poorer currency chance to help him out Oivenboro Advertising Agt 1 ,Vet and I'm. Ant., . Springfield Republican. Mewerger. .110 W Mnln M Louisville, S.r Our Poor Relatior. v- - Vt- , &tf&&aZ&?Uz&z . 11. w. 1,1.1:11. The county judge of Fayette gets An old clergyman, a belploit cripple 0 And uow mean it is in us to complain of (tm'l I'au'r Ag't. isni Atanarr Ulchaiood. VirvlnU. aca P00', foraejears ajo lent monev to a a year, the ationnv 5900 aiad the jsil The combined stallion, haa recovered from distematvTTaaV I know he is often a per and will lie tho poorrelation. ruiltteJ lo srve mare a .w r Wc. r ew phyelclan 2')0. I know how he always poor student o' one of the largest -- LlAIlNTI.ini Hore trial o Ke.1 l AHOIT Tlir- .At 8 1."5 lo IiiHiiro nl.irliiKCoK. Dunn, bays'slilanKy foal-- airedU:, Ir ly (..'isres just when yon have .bngland colleges to help turn through his ( Ml Hlantorl, ly Mn happens to tail on you sire of Msul Msi, k r, re r J 2 2 ilarve,,3-y- r courne, takic a nole endorsed br a near Marts pastured at IT uiontb. lor further old, your hands full of a swell dinner party for J, ref r I J ieord, 2 s (jjs, flHIfl & MISSISSIPPI particulars, call cu or adlres relative. The boy died, and fbe relative fillli licit on heavv track A el Al la'la'i, Lrui-o'd- . .s. ii. it.ivau.ir.ix, grander people and are wishing jour relatrla! i i '. iltst e Hlewar". 11' a SH-l- f .' Slaulorl, Ky. refused to pay. lie ia "an eminent Chrisana other promising ones tive at the bottom of the se3. I know how From XerToiia.t'liroiilo and nrst dun .'uile by nont.ne'. re'ord . :J. in.l under the shade trees tian" in his town, and for many years haa II r n In and Heart Affections, Illood Disease s, Only Jib bivouaci h'u team r:"Sr n",1 aVrnli I.m,Ea, sire ol Von Arnltu, .' I"'1., told to foiuuDdore Itlsonlor tlO.O'O; Anr.tte. 2 .'" ,. T. A.. lo ,i Cwitstl. ""' ol l'hM ''"'nnail from gale, I know how he professed entire ssnetification. The clergy- nervous Debility, llruhriililduejs.llliul. before your tutlnuaand Weakness ot tbe ouDtJemlnel,?;, Winon, :.:T' VUaii.ljdre, fee fllllllllHKs '? , i rand rentitie 2 tramps acro3t tho porch and in at the front man writes to the IndeptJi.h for advice dertfc t'rliiury Orifuiis.atk )0ur Druggist lor (jul, '.'.S': i.Volunteer, the sire ol Stnll-ne- l de..i-il- In t liiiJiinall l'a.et.,. , M, 21i'. full ,f ..r,.n. tvutui Is Jubtuther ti Xr. OIIAS. "W.SPECIFIC NO. 13, SCOTT'S the pumpkin as and is told to invoke the law to door, carrying in one hand :i WORLD RENOWNED lian, 2 IIS (.toiler, 2 17; Alley. 2 ly, Dodlne.H- - Uteme1.t.,jr,j,4Uin,,Uil Vt imb'i. .. . 1.T1". .. lliuiler, 2 20J4, Amy, 2 20' trsr.slir In I'lniliinsti. l. t I9'4 Driver 2 I9 laruens the Mississippi valley and Larder endorser of the note to rav the whole I. .....1 mnre In th2 Milan 'I I X ' ueut. "e.,.;. r.r.:ill... 'sin I."..''',"or'T"'"?"!,u.,.,f .::.". rr. 1,1,1 it. tit Kllv Itirup,. ,K- - .1,. pt .l to break thin the ten commandments ore nT'IIU4l r . oldie, or 1 00 n- old 2 H7, "Woman rips up all the carpets, opens all hH full to keep, and in tbe other a pillow .,.?iin!fs,Tl,:LIS" nru iiieerindamoi jiami Jietsen.'tr, 2 J I1, l.y All. fWltli T'liosihorue,) .Uu!l, thilreorUoMtiullh Maid, 2 14; lUnallnd, of the enarlteet, bitterest apples that evei 'be windowu, ml a pail of hot water and a A BLOOD, JIHAIN ic ft'EUVE TOXIC. 2 .1 ., Th..rn!.-le,22',; Almout, AUJalUli l'lkt If jour Druggist does not keepit other rout t, lluc.nnatl yol. (Ave A harbored a colony of worm?, indications oar 01 soap in tne middle cf the llocr ties forroa. III. per bottle. Coca, askhlra tocnlerlt Al tierfund Irou .iiubuui Third dam by Red Jacket, (sire of the dam ol change of rars. up her head in nn old apron and forgets all Is tha Greatest Medical Discovery ot modern limes. that he is going to ulay all week, ii butler ror nio(.blst,wltri full particular, atdress Kentu. ky U likes, i an I the ranl.4Ut't ?o r"r",ni' lKo "r CHAS. W. SCOTT M.D., Kansas City, Mo. ajiiiiy .' 17 jiiad Kcnvilkes.aire ol rhil7honips.n, ', goes up to 95 cents per pound and yet you about cooking the dinner. Louis, ytar-ol- d fintinaatl t 7 record. 2 21) by Comet; I y Sliernm. vi jtr. auuj.J.-- a jjfVJSJt l'ZZLS, Man goes home, eeet the carpeta on the aengera row tho Mull, g l0 i.iBiief t no reason to feel harshly toward him, have the sire ol Venn int Hlatk Hawk, the al. ol lire tha Irani, ran lake the soo.ml, wl.l.l, ,, al tl,,iZ. Ktlnn Allen nnd niiiiy other truiters. tlel.lj, s Ho doean't do it or. purpose. No man in line, doesn't emell any dinner, pets mad was sired by a half brother to ill uk II ink ?W.7 'h,-- J This flue stallion will stand the rreent searon .u-u- i.?J!at my stables In Milledgevllls at UlO to Insure a Aentitielaud Alexander's Aldal.ah nru bolh by this day and generation is poor for fun. I and goes back to the ofiice with an empty Hamhlelnnlan, the cranilslro of Maud Tho loll till nenntnir time Men retained lor teuton I'.ysdyk'a Jayeye-tee- , !ut""-'ntjii- .i narrowly tsctped binj a poor BtOMdCll, money. Dams ol winners Tree, Itoderick Dhu is 3..'.' 1CV myself very i 1W tfl. Julleu, i i, This seems to hi about all there is of a hrlpht tnnhrwnriv l,.v vdli lilqL r,tn a.t .nil Ac , nni It the tire of Dexter, J 17',, Nettle, 2 Is relation, hence I have a fraternal feeling value in - huu.u,n u UIIIIUUOU Hip, Is 6 yearaold, and lor his trait. Ins makes coed Orange (llrl, 2 20, ()eor Wilkes, i 11 mid thirty Hartford Post. WtQLJtirT--'- - CI'LY THUS tlmo He It )y J in p. Ilutkdeu, tie, ly Hay oiuers, wiin records c 2 .v) ami iiettvr Mi'ssemter or hliu. I poMeed in an eminent degree ol Mary C'ralf lluckilen was got by billet a, sire.1 uy ,lM;l!Jn!l I'llot, tlroof I'lcUrd, FMirholId Dally Tisli.s (Irrtm.atl to it I I.auU The democracy can not abandon the '" all the ingredients of a boom for the office Lcrd Cilfden,( winner ol thegreJtHt. Unlgerbtakes 2 IS1 j,- lied Jliu,a.year-ol- J Knot Through I'iar. record, 2 ii, 1st dam It lori'ita aro "i,T.a!nDay Trains, Ui.n on d 10 (fei. (iecr ,110 uuiicasitr nikket, leoi, ana as n lai-II lliimai, aire 01 was elected by an overwhelm- - caueo of reyenue reform if it would and it and I believe Weeping on Nlsbt TMln,. won tho Woodcotft BUkes. the Clumpame Hlaket bcott'a Thomas, 2 21, by Mambrlno MessnngKr.tlrv chatije of Caw j, BUj. ,,,M 0 !uE and tho ofLewlnskl. 2 2', hecoud dam tty Mambrlno e Ua out ol ing majority, but I couldn't qualify; I was would not if it could. It is bound to that sai QU tt. tC BkbV i.turit hy Hay Mlddloton. Hoderlck's 1st dam, Mary Chief, alro ol Lndy Thorn. 2 IS'4 Wocdford Maw- isu'iumi by its platform, by its tradition, by its Robert J. iiurdette, Iiaaafatlna lii.oi.gl, far Au too poor. CralK, by Knight ofSt (leorge; 2d dam lleault by trltio, 2 21,; Mambrlno ratcheuand otbera. Ppnl.tA.., 1. ka.ff.l J.I. .(... ,1. ftil ,1ut Aflllnlfn. wu ...... . .vu,..u mj ..., third dam by Imp npilen and Knglleh Hue-te- r, to the laboring men of the coun..(Itu, 1,1, UltlU rf Tralr,.' ThahborltwtanJ i &e yu.ciw't Ac, Hreeders willobiorvo Hint Alnlsllali MesJi"". try, renicssa uy Lcrvaniei; am uam Marianne by SorInnuirinz child "Pa, from rirclur.jtl to bt. aud by the manhood which can cerer; Gib dam Tliomaslna by Timothy; 7th dam senger Is nearly full brother to Maul Meaeucer, d Iule' No Lle tran.ferli, Cincinnati for pais, fitting up and tutting down?" ence between Violet ((io)denlock's dam) by Hlisrk; 8tli dam by 2 2u, Hut sold for Jl.000 and I'.iW) last cllt a. defeat, but will on no terms submit Syphon, Stli dam Quick's Charlotte by Hlanl; loth fall; they hate tame slrn and grandam; his dam In Pa (with perfect confidence in his ability to the dictation of Ilontn'1!?M'.rjou,,,a"J date bv Crab: 11th dam br Dver'a lllmnl,- - 17,1, better bred than Maud's dun. lie li it sura foal Tlie a treacherous clique. dam Iiy HelbeH'a Castaway; 13 It dauiby Vhynot, getter and a horse of line atrie and carriage. He Wost mr child, when some Brooklyn Kjgle. 14th dam ltoyal mare. Mary Craig's first dam was will tiiad the seai'in of 1SSI at Charles Diiuti's FACTS nEMRBlKC and he seats himself he body ia standing up Cbrlttmat by Itoderlck Dhu; 2d. Imp. Vaneletlo 2V nilloi from htanfird, on Ititth Hrauihplke, at 2 Trains.fro:v,,-,ju- Every child should be taught to pay .. Dr. Ilartsr's Irca Toni& uy me uoiouei in England; Sd voreJIa by Hlack-loc- Sij.vro l.VSL'llllA I.IVIMJ COJ.T. siU down; and when he doesn't go to ma, IC1. I. .. o.,r,w?ib through y'a'Jiecp': 4th by Thantom; Elh Overton, 6th Walnut: all his debts, and to fulfill all his contracts, and Bits down, he alia up." Inquiring It will pnrlfy and enrich tlia BLOOD, rwulito 7th ltuler: 8th I'lrncantha by Mathen; Oth I'roph-etes- s Also wH aland a by ltegulus; 10th Jenny bplnuer by I'ortner; Die LIVER and KIOHEY8.au likhjoiik TUB chilil "But, pa, if he aim how can he ait exactly in manner, completely in value, HEAXT1I and VIOOR of YOUTH! 1st all llioso m w,i,uuiiiiu; jiu oopaomsua, uam uy t'ttlolen 'IUMC, Hay Harb; 18th dam D'Arey'a Chestnut diseases requiring acvrtaliiand without Bitting down; and if ho situ down punctually at the time. Everything he especially D)ticpslu.Vunt of A pict'.tc,ludli-tlon- , Arabian, llili While Htrlnt; 18th Ella Montague Lack uf HlrutiEtli, vie, II use Is how can he ait up?" Pa (with a dawning haa borrowed he should b obliced to re with Immedialo and uonduriul results. marked mare. 87TOINNOItn. J. M. Hall says lie bought Hones, At tho aame place wo will itand our fine Jack, same tnuloi In tbe neighborhood where he made a Do iNot be new force. Lmiveus muscles and nerve rci'-- l ! clear) turn uninjured at the time specified, and tho doubt of his ability to make it quite season and they were good ono and lie has the slprl lUllw.y guarantee. mind aad supplies llrulu I'ovter. U.e correctne if, reputation of being a good breeder. auaurins; iroui an complaint) eee, my child, if he sits down, why everything belonging to others which he "You ! nei'iiiiirtntliclrat'X will rind In Address II'. o. has lost he ehould be required to replace DR. If ARTEa-- IRON TON 10 a sulo and speedy (Stanford, Ky. be I mean if he Bits up go to your ma At $8 to Insure allv'ng colt till weaning time' t.0,',til!,in'1.r.ella.elnfjfn'''lon In Kf,ra, ,10 cure. Jt Klves a cleur and liealtliy complexion, Dwight. uuuey uue tame at uorte. louni Howman It S Ttin stra.iiee.t llliti,inv (,. tli,. v.liirt tt lln. Western Hi,i l.Jr and don't ask me questions when I'm busy." high and was bred by ueorge IIahtkii's llio.v Tonic Is that lreuent attempts yearaold, Kmart Weed and Belladona combined at coupterfullluirliuvtf only udded to the popular Washington, of lloyle county. He waa aired hr polnu West call oa or address fDoeton Gstatte. Harlay'a Comprornlte, lie by Tlnn.e.nne t. l,w Hy Messenger Chief; dam by Alcalde, (sire by II with the other ingredients used ia the best llyofthaorlvlual. If )ou earnestly Uoslro health Hanry Clay' do not exparluiviit net tho Uiikjinal ad II est 2 21!; Enigma, 2 26; Fancy Day, J 30, Ac, Passenger Ag't Ohio A Warrior. Young Howmaa's dam On the Pennsylvania Railway the averyour address taTh. Dr. Hrtr Md Co. V porous plasters make Carter's S, V. & B, Mr. Lea JaM rW.A.nJ'r 1,lci g.g. bT I'loneer; g. R.dam will make tbeaeason of 1SS4 at Danville, Yeager't) W. W. PKA IlODV. Ht. Louis. Mo.,rjr oar "DnEAM VOOU."1 nU8VrAJ4lrU,'i,ft age consumption of the fuel for all paasen Ky., ai by Old iVagner: it, Backache Plasters the best in the market. dam by a Maltese Jennet. Trovldeuce Neighborhood," rnllof .tfSOii.aod Dful Inljrmatlon, ' fin To lunar. It.O.li. On. Irom Tonio 13 ran Sali by AU Price 25 cents. max. trains ia 60 pounds per train mile. 28- 2J4-- tifiy-eeve- Growing fumph'ns With Corn. Pumpkins are valuable for stock in and early winter, or as long as they kept, though the can be conveniently amount of nutriment, in proportion to bulk to be taken care of, and their liability to decay, have led most farmer to discard them and adopt roots or (quashes for succulent food. As a rule, everv crop needs all the ground it occupies and all the air and sunlight available. Corn is a "sun plant" aud to Bhade the soil and lower stalks with the dense foliage of pumpkin vines, must be more or less injurious, even if the latter do not rob the former of any needed nutriment. Oa very fertile, new soils, with short stalked varieties of corn, in localities where frost i not to be feared, it may be allowable to plant pumpkin seed at the second hoeing in every third or fourth hill, in each second or third row. With favorable weather the corn will pro duce about the usual yield and after the early gathering of the corn, the growing pumpkins thus exposed to full sunlight will ripen up those pretty well developed. As a rule, let tbe pumpkins have the whole ground; but still better are harder fleshed squashe.o, which will probably supply more nutriment than field pumpkins, whether for man or beast. American Agriculturist. FHomsiont, saw at. nuRDKiT. JFOTEl. t, w. niewx. A e, one-Mo- rr UUttDBTT ISMjr & BBOtVN, comforta ilwrllln, al RliviU'iU.l Junction, witd atxnii an acre I'l ground. Kor terim call on an-t- SALE jwrMPv, 2 ACTOUNlSVeJ ATHCjAWi Xs-rV- r uraJJrMi .r.vo. .it. ttatifoni. MT. VKKNOS, KV. ATTOKNJBYMAT ALEX. ANDEltaON. A. Grand Combination Journal & LOUISVILLE 'V1 fl & NASHVILLE RTrIHJ Through Trunk Line Attomoy . Weekly lj wo Court-hous- e. 113N'X'IT, Ojurler-Journa- brlt-utei- Uiurler-Jouriialc- .imiLLi UM-lvr- .! SOUTH & WEST 1CE1 ICEH ICE!!! 1- PER Ii'f be-iu- jvt inn v: !) wgi ad-d- re Fire Fire Fire Iii "MONOIV OUTJ.f Louisville, New Albany Railway. bril-lan- Pt.Iliii.iii Palace 1. IR.. "Wekrte?r& II. ISaldwiit Co., jit.im ? yr NOBBY 1 ui slaf-llo- MYERS HOTEL, :iii lllm Ilta STANFORD. KY. Propr and Boputation, lll a "- . pos-ss-- Kentucky's East A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. td JOE ABDALLAH! Mem-brln- 23-t- m Mi jiaaaslsl,-'Tl- Abdallah Messenger! I $1,-50- fes Ju d '' ; , n 1 n.-r- SUFFERERS jr -- ' .yr-ol- d 1 1 4? RODERICK DHUfl? ' The Line ", cpel 2. - 't. "0t 'Ir-JIII,-. ist; n,, COCUEEFilRON ,1 ll-- The Only Line ' S I - -., Vor-Ks- The Only lliia tuAi5pi& ft- Only Line . housy-cleacin- "ht af-foi- tni.Tlir,'Vhr. H a& ioi TONIC ti.y - alttei-ln.liloo- (r t'oute-iusoc- . 1 TUI-ulit- Direct Solid Daily lll" -- 'a GOOI MU3CK TAI LADIES YOUNG BOWMAN I Deceived TW0 ir.x. .T MESSENGER PRINCE, HAR-fm- 'a DmuantMra amo OiALxna EvsnrwMMi. MllledgeTllle, Ky. ..,. P"''"J"5..,"""--i Mlill I