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A GREAT MASS MEETING OF - IMS -- AND GENTLEMEN OF- LINCOLN AND THE ADJOINING COUNTIES, -- ESPECIALLY PURCHASERS OF- - s DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES I NOTIONS, AC, AC.,- - m HEREWITH CfJkiiikEii -- AT fc H v Ei f TO .AjSlSIEIMIBIjEi KLASS ' A.T THE STOKE OIF1 Opposite i lie Myers Home, STANFORD, KY. The objecct of this called meeting U to argue, take into consideration and pass your vote in favor of D. KLASS following Notions for this general meeting: ,y,,KnnA8 I ntt6 bought a largo stock of Spring Goods, but hive not sold thorn out as quickly as I am generally doing, because the Spring forgot to make its appearance this year, Si' u. niihRus, ii u my custom never to carry Btock over from season to season, and that in order to sell this largo stock of Clothing, Pry uoods, lioota, bhoes, ac, &c, ma short time I must make some sacrifice in prices there- ttetolvtd, And I have resolved that from this day on, or until further notice is giveu, every article in my storo will be offered at an immense reduction and many goods BELOW COST. But I will do ilstill better and m.tr w liberal offer, to wit: It is further resolved that Every Customer Purchasing to the Amount of SIO will Receive a Very Fine, Large Oil Painting, Elegantly Framed, good enough for the Finest Parlor, and free of charge. (Theio tro no common chromoi, but Paintings ) Still bolter yet: And in order to give those a chanco who may not need or not be able to buy 810 worth of coods at once, purchaso to co counted till the whole amount reaches the sum of 810. I want it distinctly understood that each painting given away is worth nearly the amount of your purchase. Grat-clas- s A I will give tho same chances and allow averv email ' k ' The Prices on all My Goods are away Below all Competition, and especially so this season. I MAKE THIS LIBERAL OFFER FOR TWO REASONS: First, to Reduce my Immense Stock, and secondly to show my Appreciation in some way to the people for their kind patronage. Bmi Mij ceaf s was tin 3r X2 Uoois till ye hme Examined aiy Steel aacl Sea G-rea- Every One Should Attend the J&Sr t Mass Meeting at fiest CZB5P"- ID. E KLASS' STORE TR ! XKtfV A Tommy Bill m STANFORD, KENTUCKY: IsTIErWS I ia THE LATEST BILL ZADICKTO TOMMY FIDDLESTICK, (both gentlomen of color.) I goiu dar "I say, ia Hill, where is you goin'?" between you and me and that lamp post yonder, it is not woith while to hook it, Tommy, and besides that ho is now givin' every one that buys of him $10 Tommy I must bo ono of tho masa meeting', too. "All right, Bill, but I say dar ia no use a talking, dat Klaaa cake euro enough." worth of goods, no matter if at one time or in a dozen times, eo you buy the lakes tho Bill "You are right, tho whole bakery you might say; and I tell you ho Tommy ''Bill, wa what'a do mntter dar, I Eeea so many folks iu d amount of S10, he is givin' you and every one a fine, largo oil painting, ele ia doing tho businesa of the town, because ho tells very cheap and ia a liberal store?" dantly framed, for uothin' mind you for nothin'. fellow. Bill "Why, they say it is mass meotin Tommy "For the Lord'a sako, Bill, I must run home and tell that to Tommy "Well, Bill, I'll see you later; goood bye, I ia goin' homo and Tommy "A what, did you eay?" Betsy. She ia now saving up to buy a picture for our parlor, but now sho tell Betay all about that mass meeting at D. KLASS' store, opposite the My-er- a Bill "Can't you understand plain English? a meeting of masa " gita it an oil paiuting for nothin'. House. Tommy "Well, I eeo. What ia it all about, Bill ?" Bill "Yes, dat'a so. You see dar ia Jimmy Browu coming' out now with "I goiug' right dar to Mr. D. Klass' 6tore.;' Bill "Well, thoy say Mr. Klasa ia a Belling hia goods so cheap now that, a new suit of clothes on and a largo painting under hia arm. Well, Tommy, Stmi-MtfMnInfcriorour- naI Staafcrd, Ky- - May 30, 1884 W. P. WALTON. i the uneuphonlouB name maiden of doubtful ace in New York, of a but a be has gained more widespread in the last ten daja than any of her wex in America, simply becaune she has been able to keep a secret and hold her teogue, a feat hitherto supposed to be impossible with persona of the feminine gender. 8he was for many years the trnaled nt of two old people who not only respected her, but confided in her as they did in no one else, and when these two eld people died, remained aa loyal to she Jiad heen faithful to their raemorr them in life. These old people left a will and for the purpose of breaking it they rant Becky to tell some thing that would probably have that effect. But Btcky root and that's an end on it. She has now been in jail for oter a week, charged with contempt of court in failing to answerques tiosa propounded to her. Sickt Jondi nolo-TJol- jr aid-serra- very excellent amendment to the sweeping Mexican Pension bill that no one shall be entitled to such pension unless he absolutely needs it for his support, but when the bill was cilled up this week by Gen. Williams, it Wis laid upon the table two to one. the bill ts sure to oecome a iaw. tna then look out for a similar one pensioning every body who was fifteen minutes in the army of the last war. The Rev. J. W. Anbury, haying been deposed from his church for accepting a position as whisky guager, is it not about time the Rev. R. L. Ewell was being attended to? He measures whisky all the The week and holds forth on Sunday. Christian church should at least be ns strict with its preachers as the colored Methodists are with theirs. The Senate Committee proposed the the parly, who has been convicted and giv en h life sentence in the penitentiary, havIndianapolis, May 20. The green-bicke- ing gene, to Burns' house aid murdered had made no nomination to 3 him while begging for his life, under the o'clock this afternoon . There is a plit in nippodlion that he had in his possession the platform committee on the tariff ques- revt-rs- l hundred dollars in money. The tion. Butler will probibly be the nomi- crime was committed Friday, April 11th nee, ult , and about one week afterwards Wade, Blaine Hamner and Thame made their way to Washington. May 29.-- The men figure that he will get 389 votes on the knot near Junction City, where WIN LATEST NEWS! ! rs the first ballot. Mt. Stekumi, May 29. The entire The r business portion of Sharpsburg was burned to-ih- Lo" $75 The 000. on the ex this morning, which was delayed prrsi till 1 o'clock, with Richard Murray, charged with murder and ordered to the jail sheriff of Hell arrived I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, and Hamner, Henry Hamner's father, lives. which will be gotten up in style since lurking they have make second to none in city or counfteling tolerably secure from capture ing to Hamner's thorough knowledge of try. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley the the country. Marshall Uullington, been eTer ow- H..O. RUPLET. of . II. T. Duncan, editor of the Lexington life. Frets, has been fined $200 for libel. The Just In. The nicest line of freli jumdecision is an outrageous one if we underever brought to this bles and stand the cae properly. market. S S. Myers. s here for safe keeping. He also had George W. Johnson, who wa ct nfinedhere so long when he was taken to the penitentiary for NO TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. John Richmond died in Trimble county, at the age of 112. The oil fires in Philadelphia consumed $000,000 worth of raw material. n John Turner shot and instantly in Madison over an old I. Garrett fued. The wife of Robert J. Burdett. the humorist, is dead after being bed ridden for years. The midgets, General Mito and Millie Edwards, were married yesterday in Washington. contested elecThe Wallace-McKinletion case was decided by the House voting to seat Wallace. The Kanias democrats, declared for rjyenue retorm and Tilden and Hendricks. And so did the Wisconsin democrats. Miss Bettie Boulware wai painfully shot in the face, at Hopkinsville, by Miss Josie Rutherford, who playfully pointed a pistol at her. The vote in the first Judicial District for Appellate Judge stands: Riddell 71, Moore 52, Kendall 21, Scott 21, necessary to a choice 84. A Director of the Penn Bank, of Pitts-burreports overdrafts aggregating $337,-00or $7,000 in excess of the bank's capital and surplus. Mille. Olombier, the author of "Sarah Barncm," has been sentenced to three months' imprisonment and a small fine for writing the book. In Breathitt county Lewis Taulbee, in a fiht with Nathan Combs, fatally stab bed him in the back. Taulbee was shot through the shoulder. A Washington telegram says: "Bating 19 beginning here, and promises to be lively, Tbe gamblers are taking the field against bath Blaine and Arthur." At Lexington thejury in the case of B. J. Treacy, charged with libel of Judge Morton, have just returned a verdict of guilty and assessed a fine of $500, Prentice Tiller, the St. Louis express robber, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to A pretty five years in the penitentiary. light sentence for stealing $75,000. The people of Oik Creek, Wis., are excited beciuee the relatives of Horace Baldwin, deceased, height fix feet seven inches, sawed off his legato nnke thecorpeefit tbe kill-Johy 0, AortK-- T many people hare found their naaandleg in their way when in the tneapany of ladies, and seemed to be at a leas to know what to do with them. Horace Baldwin, of Wisconsin, was probably oae of those unfortunate fellows during lifoforhewia six feet seven inches tall, but in death the matter did not bother his aephews at all. No coffin could be found in the neighborhood long enough totseemmodate the dead giant. So after tryiag in vain to force them into the largest ooooblainable, a handy saw was brought into play and the too loog leg were re dnee to the proper length. The nephews coma near getting a mobbing howevtr for tJrer norel way of disposing of a difficult problem. J. Q. Ward, of Cy nthiana, is the only candidate so far for Superior Judge in Ketd'a district. This does not indicate however that Mr. Ward will be awarded tie prixe in a walk over. There will be a dosea contestants in the field before many aaoosa wax and wane. Later. T. Tur-bthe dry, of Mt. (sterling, has shied his master into the ring. Injhis announcement hmmji: "I might not have been a candidate, bnt for the furious onslaught upon aayaelfand Judge Biddell br the Frankfort correspondent of the Gniritr-Journa- l ad the unscrupulous would be hoss be g The trial of Mrs. Cirrie Beet for her hlisbaud, is creating great at NichoUsville. It is reported that nn injunction suit will be brought to prevent the removal of the Knights of Honor offices from Louis' ville to St. Louis, The czar is being reminded by placards that the nihilist will blow him to smithereens if he don't grant amnesty to political offenders. An effort is being made by the democrats in conarcs to have th internal revenue districts reduced to G7 and the number of officers correspondingly reduced" uncle of David Stone, the Lulu Dyrke, six jenrs old, of Hillsdale, Mich , confessed to having outraged and murdered her. He was taken into court at night, sentenced to prison for life, and hurried in a clore carriage to Jackson, to prevent promised lynching. If Judge Hargis will keephis mouth closed and lift his ermine a little higher when he goes into political mire, he will gratify a great many people, who think he ought to resign if he cannot avoid making the Court of Appeals a political rootrum Louisville Commercial, The Houe Committee nn Elections, by a vote of 0 to 1, has decided to report in favor of eeatiog J, II. Chalmers, in the election case of Chalmers vs. Manning Mississippi. In the cue of Massey vs. Wise, Virginia, the Committee agreed to report in favor of Wise by a vote of 7 to 4 pois-oninhalf-witted party who attempted to make the arrest Wednesday morning, fired on the three fugitives as they were huddled together in knob and made a hollow at the foot of them retreat in such haste that they drop-pu- l two coMs and and n heavily loaded shotgun. The sheriff pusiee afterwards DKAl.KH IK heard that Tbarpe was wounded, hut he Ho rue Nlioe, NuddleH, Groeerle.n, and all the rest escaped and the pursuit Hardware, Iron, 'allH, Qiiceiirwiirc, IliiKcy IV was abandoned for the time. Mils Chan-le- y HsiKjjy lVItcelH, NIovch, alias Marion Coflev, the man already Cane .IIIIIh, HarucHM, Spoken, convicted, is said to be from arrested and Aral en, Cider IIIIIh, Lap Cover, Henry Wade leitiiH, Boyle or Lincoln county. Ntouewnrc, Corn MicUcrx, alias Henry Smith, is from Washington countv and Henry Hamner alia Henry Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Flows, Wooden and Cast Fnmpi, and the Celebrated Mayneld Elevator. Tin RoofMcCJinnis was born and raised in ibis ing and QnUering will have prompt attention. county near where he is now supposed to He killed a negro named be hiding If. MrtiiitHru. Mlfrairt John. llrlftht,Jr. Simon ttiven several years ago, but got off on the plea of self defense. He is quite quite young but has already msde a bad record and his companions are of tbe Mine stripe. W. H. HIGGINS I hip, Collar, Saw ottt-- WALL PAPER J MiilFor Sale! 43, Having df trtinlneJ to change mt ltiMnr, I Mill, tltuilrlon ray r lor ml BrUKh I'rrtlc, in Uwjr cujntT, Ky. TIip Knlnr Khr n IOx."U, tVjuti-I- f It Msllonsry; IlolUr r b(t ; lift Edging M mil Uriit Mill at n nd It tschnl The (nilflji rorl TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON -- III flood Ittiuuliifc t-- Order. AT- -- ilblr. I woulJ be wilting Tlmlxr plfnly sod to fxcluupe tor good Urni atock.iucti as Mulra, Ac. Hour, tll IVrtAiu within loiCfK la the lumUr bull-newill find a gxod ojnlne br prl.f Ire in McROBERTS Ol'JEICA MOUN; & STAGG'S NT AN 2VMf HIGH I. OCAS, Muilomlllr, Ky. Druggists and Booksellers, Lincoln Co, I Farm For Sale, on which I on among - - , Mr. J. R Swearingen and Miss Nan cv Burgin obtained lcense to marry WedA Full and complete iiKHorltuent of Furniture, cinhraoliiK v Committee has reported a proposed amend-taen- t nesday. erjthliiK from the ClieitpcHt to tlie Fluent Parlor (Suite. No to the constitution making the PresiMiss Roberta, daughter of Post Masneed to go to the Ihtko cltlcn to make your ptircliMMCN, no matter dential term of office six years, and the ter John Taylor, of Richmond, was marwhat quantity or quality yon want, uh I incumbent thereafter ineligible to the office and will duplicate ried Wednesday to Mr. J. B Reid, of Covnny prleeH yon can obtain clxewlicre, freight beliiR added. AIho There are many arguments in favor of the 247-ington. J ttlt 1'iV, Huilonvlll. a full ftkNorttucnt of Colli uh. CareH, NhroudH and HoIicm, einlirac-lii- K proposition. The periods of political exMr. Reuban C Eogleman and family, all the ew Stylen, both cheap and expctiMlve. IVare ronina citement would be further removed, the of this place, will on Saturday move to opponlto Nl. ANiipli Hotel. Stanford. Ky. commercial world would not be so often and take charge of the hotel at "Sugar-Loa- f disturbed and the President could serve Wells," neir Stanford. The family of bit country with an eye single only to its THE MtlTGGIST, Mr EJward Hollcud have gono to Orlando, Seed. Now his chief desire is to to cut who went Florida, to join Mr. Holland HTJSTONVILLE, - as evihia cards aa to insure a there last fall. denced by the maneuvers of Mr. Arthur. A( km I o Tub In South Cirolina there U great oppoa tlce lot of Haijuitrecelvtd sition to the nomination of Tilden by the Fish, the bank president, who h in BONANZA & Senator Wade at .New York, for complicity with Ward Democratic Convention. FOltl-itt-- V ArdtheMiclirtry rained leow. fr I noln and(airard Uuntira A Grant in their gigantic swindle, produHampton i. one of those in that State most SCCH -- S bitterly opposed to Tilden. He announced ces a personal letter written byUen. Grant coffin. irfillltheTam XT. Itll i:it f rWWM n . I ,, r wr 1,1 ltl.lt uli.l'N;ia. .Idm,, . . V" Tllltl'.MI t"llrliilihiirkl.u....,.....,' The republican candidate) eeeiu to be positively to a friend that if Tilden was i. himself in answer to an inquiry concerning . . It,.- - II .. ," ,1 . ,1 Oranges, Lomons and Bananas. T.aIiam O r, ,,, the firm, under the date of July Cth, 1SS2, narrowin? down to Blaine and Arthur, nominated he would not support him. ' lim. Azeais w5ie.. Robinsons co. Richmond ind , ALSO Tbe la.lies of tbe Christian church in which he sayfl "that he believes invest-inent- s with Grant and Conkling favoring Blaine a, against Arthur, but not against a dark served refreshment at thestnre-roo.rifcrf)"SJ I X Tueswith that firm are safe and that he l A"i i'.l A L,nrgc Lot of FInIiIiik Tackle, i willing that Mr. Ward should derive horse. day evening and realiz?d $05. Those of 1'oIch, I, hi en, tVc. The majority report of the Sena'e the Walnut Street Methodist church held what profit he can for the firm that the o oae of my name or influence will bring" elections committee on the Danville riot fprth at the came place Wednesday evening shows that he was in the whole spirit declare that it was premeditated and pre and took in $35 for ices alone. The ladies SAMI'IK HOOKS OF WALL PAPER. OaRcad What 8om?. of Onr Best Farmers and Citizens Thin of Lincoln and Garrard Say: of the swindle and that he was working concerted, for the purpose of intimidating of the first named church gtve a regular Me, the uriileralicmdclllirn ol Lincoln an I iiarrard. Ho certllr thai wei hre had -rur wheal the negroes. iiu.-ila name for all that it wai worth. (ir-t- ri win, iiooiuson . to. a dinner. mid N. Threher'ai. Knclne ffri., l,A.r.4STEit iDVkKTlhEMKMS. cre.llllor.he work .i did fr ... It lioviai il.rp.he . "y ru.n. and 'm(t Representative Belford introduced a 5er I Id Thomas Fewell and Mageie Fewell runa.a.r.Hherand win. Ie.s .mUe. ft , not .rack i.m ,., m, ," XTue democrats in Congrers seem to think I, en $500 000 U, t.uv M.rhlnes ol th-Mr to ih- -e thai kind that i"l nr.1 do than th turn about is only fair play and fol- bill in the House, to appropriate disabled hia wife, were b"ju;ht here Tuesdiy from .,iu t,r W II THAI loll i.anio I Kr lilrr l,l, and tI lie 13. F. WALTER for the erection of a home for the and jailed on a charge of Mitchellsburg Ntfiitl J II I),,!.,, lowing tbe example set by the g. o. p. are I .i.u 1 J 'im lt.urhrr.sn .1 II Miller J I J3 IM 'V 1 - i . soldiers of the Confederate army at Fred- forgery. They forced seven orders on J II. eeatinfc their members in every contested H, LASCABTEIt, KY. Ia ericksburg Va,, vj e the farmer, Ghee for .oods to tbe amount of $7.50. in Once over Cltlieni National Hank. Offlco hnure 1 (., rrnltrM . whitIndiana, and aar In regard W th lt.nar.iw Thresher and Knslnr. Im It hy ItoMnicn Wallace, democrat, has tlectionX case. Itichm-mdaild he'o l,y II I II Yi.Oll, their Meat l The fpiiinerV strike at Fall River, Their bonds were fixed at $100 each in from 6 to 12 . m. and from 1 to S p. .. quit- - a lot of when ihrrt bri .plendVny III. the. ILnar... Tl.re.her. and u just been given the seat claimed by and iieau nut cut up like we nflen Mass,, is over. The strikers have lost six default of which they were committed. It 'Kni j l. rarrli, llurtilu Ml U. siaril.rd. Kv McA.li- kr L. V. 8. M. BCanifTT ler A bailee. Lincoln Milla. from one of the Ohio districts, by a weeks' wages and spent from $10,000 To lh( whom 1 have rnld machinery I eilend thanks lor their patronage, and will Logan Poell, a negro man who HUDDLE & DUItDETT, lo thoso majority ol 50. Joe Blackburn voted teen win laie (treat pleaiure In U naine.1 t.i.rlil.i.rv tj $10,000 of their own money and $10,- - work at Wakefield & Farris' stable, was A.'.T'r'OItrV.KYI-- s A.T LAAV, , .. let- - thatlu,,ur nai i it in nerlect working i.r,lr. fitting jou,.n . with the airfiv u. ur everything I I,... ' against and John D. White for Wallace, un . .ui'ii.t KY iirimr.1 mailer LANCASTER to any on addres.lng ma at i4nforil. Lincoln County. Kv 000 more which was contributed. 'JcliIII found in n stall Wednesday night in a Will practice In fta'ra'd and adjoining counties Yours very truly, , Tit I VIM It. '. There wilTba six Presidential ticket1 The National Republican Committee stnpified condition and when ttken out and and Court ol Appeals (linen lutne J'.oblnion hloek, H; in the field this year unless there is a fu- has been polled, and it is claimed that a partially aroused claimed to haye been froutbMde Public party has al- majority of five are in favor of admitting poisoned. A careful examination of the sion. The ready nominated Ben Butler; the greenback-er- a the straight-ou- t delegation from Virginia, case by a physician, however, made it are about to do so at Indianapolis; the which is in favor of BUine or anybody to more than probable that Logan was only republicans nominate next Tuesday at beat Arthur. drunk. The greatest wonder is that he in Chicago, Chicago; the Ex Senator Sharon relates the story of was not killed by the hone tramping on J oae 19; democratic, in Chicago, July 8, his intimacy with Miss Hill as follows: him. . tad prohibition, in Pittsburg, July 22. The commisioners of the Institute He offered her $250 a month to lire with was not enough, for deaf mutes met at the Institute Wed- him. She replied that it n Gov. Knott haa reiterated his to pardon no gambler and if he when he increased the offer to $500r which neadav morning when Mr. J. V. Proctor reelected President. -unanimously was sticks! to his laudable purpoeo the State she silently accepted. beside Mr. Proctor Messrs. M. J, The Philadelphia Tima says that the Present treasury will be the gainer by many thou-aa- d dollars. Gov. Blackburn remitted Arthur business meeting in New York Durham, J. Henry Bruce, S, V. Rowland, The largest stock evor in Stanford nnd tho best to bu found in Central Ken-tuckW. L. Caldwell, O. F. Lee, J. L. Allen during the lat year of his unfortunate seems to have been composed of s s Horace S. Withers and J. II. Thomas. reign 545,000 of such fines and several business men and embracing about twenty five different stylea from tho lending manuA committee was appointed to make arovodred thousand dollars worth during and ward politicans. The however, are the fellows who mean busi- rangements for the reception of colored feu term. facturers in tho United Sutes. Persons contemplating buying a vehicle thia mutes who are to be received on the same .Joixie Haroh owns up that he is the ness.While playing in a flouring-mil- l HAVEat terms as the whites, but are to be quarter Spring should select tho snmo or place their orders nt once; for at this season person referred to in the interview chargElkhart, Ind , Jessie Heflner, aged four ed and taught by different teachers and Exten- nil manufacturers Riddell and others in inciting ing Judge of firat-clas- a vehicba are invariably over-ruteen, was caught in the shafting and hid in other buildio.a separate from the white with ordora Cornelison to hia dastardly.act and eays he his As he was children. is in a flourishing arm torn from the socket. The Institute and if tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from four to eight proposes to show up every secret charge hurled around his feet struck John Bar- condition and altogether free from eick-nesTo Their Slock oi made iiuwriting and scattered over the tholomew on tbe forehead, fricturiog his tve'eks t obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finish tin." mea'Ies of which there were 60 and dry a first-claconntryvjgainst the memory of Judge Rsid skull. esses imving vamoosed. that he can get hold of. job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. The collections of internal reveuue for S II. Mason, sheriff of Hancock counThe republicans will show their band at the ten months of the fiscal year are ty, Moses Btillington, msrshall of Lewis-port- , All work sold by mo will ba found to bo such as I represent them, unless Chicago next Tuesday. The chances seem a decrease of $10,908,027, as d I J. II. Mills, of Cloverport; George And now haye the Best Stock in Cer tral Kentucky. They have Parlor o be in Blaine's fivor, but Arthur has a with the corresponding period of the Hunter, Marshall of Bardstown; O. T. have been deceived myself, and in that event the purchaser will be fully to back previous year. The principal decreaee and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, hundred thousand Helm, marshal!, and O. A. Peyton, police Cane and Penitentiary will make a heap of noise. was on tobicco. There was an increase of judge of Junction City, made an unsuccesslira and they Call and examine my stock nnd I will do my best to pleaso you Chairs, Marble Top, Oo thing seems certrain, Lincoln will hare $12,400,504 from spirits. ful attempt Wednesday morning to capture Centre Stand & Ex- A couple of place on the ticket, it matters not who is in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from mo and Henry Smith, Henry fishermen were Heury Wade alias at as tension Tables, n Dominated. surprised Wednesday on pulling up their Hammer alias Henry McGinnis and reasonable prices ns you can obtain nny where else and get a guaranteo Woven Wine. Cot-te- n on Tharpe charged with the murder and The New York Sun is now engaged in trot line to diicover the body of a man Top and Hair MatIrish-ma-- j, .them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from homo, flea-- I wouiing Henry B. Payne, of Ohio, for the hanging to one of the hooks and tbe7 drop robbery of Loftus Burns, a bachelor , tresses, Folding' Bed Lounwho lived In the edge of Bennetts-villePwidency, but that paper i) losing ita ped it in hot haste. Afterward it wis pectfully, ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes The crime with Hancock county. public confidence and that boom brought sshore and found to he that of trip on and Sofas, and Everything Else Ruff, of Baltimore, who hid which these men are charge 1 is a horrible tike the others it hns endeavored to itirt John P. First-clas- s Furniture Store. orllolman, Flower and others will die thrown himselflnto the river to end his one. they, according to the ronfersion of Kept in a J days. PrleeH, Oraniilatcd Mills Caanley alias Marlon Coffy, one of aborning. nd hind bid;" Bbwator Iogalls from the Judiciary DANHLLE. BOYLE COLNTT. pike, thru-mllf-t containing alout S40 gra'n ht Arret of lnd, known and MU farmi In th county. LI- wtll, plf tl j of ImproTuncnla wlr, In a fin Halt of cultivation, R.oJ, all nuetoary outbuildings, two line b.rna fencing in Crtt-ra- t order; plenty of llrob- -r on land. About J3 acres are in corn, about 41 acre In imail craln and balance In grui AUo about 140 Acteaof Land about rollca Irouj Huslontllloon UuatODvllUA Bradrbrdntill pike; aUul V) Atrej cleared, balance In timber. Would makes good little, homr. Alio I&0 acreaof fine limber adju ame, fine lot of locuit timber on It. Alio about 1, SCO Acrei finely tlmbrrd land lying near tbe road Irora Holllug tork to Liberty It is a fine tbemontof it ery wall locabody of tlml-raTbe abovo named tracts of ted for cultivation I will !! tltuben-lands all He In Cater rounty any or all theabove lindi on resioaable term,a Any lam detertu'ned toiell. give oue wiiblcj tour-chs- e me a call would do well to now ofltr lor ridr. lying on the from liuiumTlllc, al iriatly Mlddlel-uriut larm tt XT lis UNDERTAKER, AND wwsm liii-iiitiii-- e ttI0JK, I OKI. 3alei- - in ! cn tf J Cr.F. Peacock FRUITS, KY., W. H. TRATLOR, GRAIN l jil FIELD SEED THRESHER. -..- .-I... . IIIITftl,!......-r -- zJttJii A i mi .- ft J. l , -- HUItCEON i- !( . "ni--D- lcn ..? f Buggies, Phaetons, ENTERPRISE reys. Carriages, Sup- - deter-jalsatio- Grocery. Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, Lancaster, J(ciitucy, linage uarts, etc. one-tent- h nine-tenth- office-holder- GEO. D. BURDETT -- y, nine-tenth- s, Lately been Making sive Additions n ss com-pare- office-holde- Na-tha- tinar STANFORD. KY, ' ' t Stanford, Ky., for Fkesii this Gch lo gear-on-. morrow evening, the 8. 8. Myers. l. J radHiK-Kin- MARRIAGES. PAINT LICk, GARRARD in Lebanon, COUNTT. foun- JUIXJi: M. J. IHJItHA.1I 8lli District At the home of tho brida in the presence of a C.I! Englemitn will have asoda tain . st his establishment soon. 11m raorrd hit cupenter alicp In town and Is now resdy st all timet lo do carreolerlog, houre IjuIIJ-InThe people will be glad to know that reparlng, Ac. Callonhlm. n ii. M( ( it i; milour mill will be put into operation Mona Candldsts f.,r CVngre In the Klghth District, day. uliject to the will ot the Democracy. & N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Tiir. Lincoln Mills will be dipoed of at Sivera A Book, the renowned cegio 12 49 r. II. public auction Monday, by decree of court. .Mill train going North -negro show minstrels, gave an ..1 f6 r. -HO.. A. . TAIiKOTT " Koulh.. 1 ov -- . u. Se "ad". at the City Hall Thursday night m EatreMraln" South lis. CriDdldstn for ConcriH In thli dlitilct,ut-Je- ct XEVEtt IIEa'tEN IN A TEsJt. 2 tt i.M. " Norh.... " to deletion ol thedernocricy. Mr, Frank Cordier has old his photoTim finest ami bet chewine and amok- Fire Hundred Dollars In Gold at the Cltelnnatl 'I he kIiotb U calculated on stsndard tltnt. Boltr graph Instruments to Henry Lusk and Idk tobaccos in Stanford otn be found at hipoaltlun In 1MI, the highest award erer glren time la .iboutVO minutes faster loan Engine! The highest award at thefouthetn H.H.Myers'. purchased another otitfi'. and will set up at Exposition. Louisville. Ky.. In ltw, for the Jftst LOCAL NOTICES. Traction and Head Knglne' 1'artlei deilrln? to Kirksville. Kr.MF.MUKn thst by bnyinj; your coal buy hnglDca, Sepfralors and Htw Mill, win please &TANFOHD. KY. Mr. Charley Norais had a mare that address livi Paints of Penny A McAHnter. now you can save 50 per cent. Hrifiht A J. il. MiitVHKIt, Stanford, Ky.. Or W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. 12t8-l- HOCKKIl k ANDLllgON, ' was iu the habit of pulling back and breakI.ANjmimi" KRrtUniwdft at Mcltotert Curran , 13C Fast Main St., Louisville, TJy ing the bridle when she was hitched, ne 8UoofbtiRe.'2ni60 Eliht rompletc Mt of ScenDon't fail to call at the Great Uirgain came tn town Wednesday end hitched her Lanmietiis Garden 8ed at 'Vnuy A ery tff.ilnic capicltj, Including gallery. S00. Stain court day. We haTe bargains in itearonablc ratu lo good attraction!. Addrest MrAliatrr' with a strong rope; he began to pull and as above. I am In receipt of the handsomest and iaoet comJon. rlAAH Hor Cholera Cure. Penny every depirnnetit for all, S. L. Powers A fell backward, breaking her skull and killplete Una of Co. A .McA'iRtcr olc ing her Instantly. ii Sale Of SPRING AND 8DMHER MILLINERY ClohI jour account with Penny A who Sunsciiinnns to the Richards fund Mr. R G Ward, a prominent druggist r ly cruh or note. I have ever handled, lo which I Invite yonratWn-llobare not paid will find the paper at McKob-ert- s of East Bernitadt, accompanied by Mif 1 will as Soda water with jiure fruit fiavois at IJavlne takpn iiniim.l executor of ths estate in it. ...luti-A Rtac, where they will please call Alice Ward, of Livingston, and Ellen deed., sell at rubllc auction to of W.O. nailer. I am sure that an examination will prove mutual! Mrltiibrrt AKihk' the hlgbeit bidder ly advantageous Olve ill it RELIGIOUS. rnoacall. Ward, of Crab Orchard, were the guest of bsfore the door In SUnlord, JVSK S, I!ban.) new atock of erery thinu, in the and rettle, Mies 1884, county court dsy. fiO SUA II RS of Stock ii2'lt Messrs Ward and L'Kes, Sunday. Slanford7Ky. IlV far the Urgent and mest complete asjewelry line at Penny A McAliiler'a. Kev. F. S. Pollitt, of Mayrvllle, Ky , In ths Farmers National llaok ifStaafoft! and 15 HohHt, tatl'e, aheep and ixiultry pow-de- r sortment of boots and shoes we have had will preach at ths Methodist church, Sun- Maggie Adsms, a beautiful and accomplishDANVILLE le 'y McHoOtrta A StagR, for ed little brunette, was the guest of Mrs. C. SUWA'SlnibeFInt National BankofSlan-lord- . L. day night. yet. Get our prices before buying. 8. Also st mine time and place .? A ItKS NKwakidea of ready mixed paint for Powers A Co. . Ksv. I, 8. McKlroy will preach to the B Eagleman this week. Tyre Beat left In the fetantord Lancaster Turnpike nnd one In RprinK traJeat Mclloberla A BlagV. the Halls (lap Turnpike. Tuesday for the lone Rtar State. SunSwiss settlers at Cofley's school-home- , V H. MlLLEii sld to J. S. Mocker his Watch eh, Clocks and Jewelry repaired Txuui: Three Diombt on notes with goodie-curite will change harda in a 0.ir Col day at II i'. m lot on Miin strret, adjoining that of and warranted by Penny A McAHater. bearing shcrt time. Mr. F. M. Lutes has lately gotiable and InlereU from day of tile and neKev. II. C. Morri'on will preach at the farable In Bunk, or cub at optloa of I'oit Sa :, a new uprilit,J. A C. Fircher T P. Hill, containing lj aea unimpro-Te- d . t . chool house, at Stanford Junction, next been appointed P. M. and will be inaugu purchaser. p'uio Apply at I.STMUOIlJot.'ANAL cf-for $1,025. Manufacturers of uhttm Ml-republi.i.i. tated soon. I don't know of any HAIirilSOX JIA II.F., Kjcr. Sunday at o'clock. Or the 'J3 prisoners now in the Lincoln Doom, SjihIi, Illlndg, TVnVti, New atui full Mock of Firhlni Tackle of Eld. G. L Surber announces that he can I would rather see get the appointment . n erery variety jtiat receirtd at McHobert A jail 19 are charged with felonies. Only will not fill his appointment at Givens than Mr. Lutes. He is a nice, clever, ac! six of the number live in this county. inn! Door Frames, MoUtihH complished gtntleman and will discharge Hac' Hi le Hetuecly used by the btr-- t the others arc from the mountain counties, church next lord's day. or a re v Ktb The Mt. Sterling Christian church is his duties faithfully nnd honorably. 1 am hreulera triror.itliinil the country. A pure safe keeping. sorry that he will not hold the office after Lare and Valuable Stock of Dry Goods, Iiirh, Scroll .Saw utid pieettie. 1'eriny A McAliKter brought here for ... preparing to publish in pamphlet form, rut' f; f Agents, (Nothing, Boots, Shoe', Hats, Caps, The young gentlemen of Hustonville the life, character, public nnd private ser the November election for then some nice will get the place. clever democrat Work, Turn-lii- K gave an elegant little hop at the Weather vices of the late Judge Reid. PERSONAL. Groceries, Hardware, &C. For Sale, a drug and grocery store in ford House, Wednesday night, which wis Tho Faith Cure at Cincinnati, presided In execution jf an oidcr nftab- - made In (be case Mil J. W. Auoit.N has gone to Som- largely attended by the boys of this p'ace, i. i business con IVork, over by Mieses Willie J. Lillnrd and Stllie Paint Lick. I find that my pT.l"i"V '." Ihc Circuit Curl In erset. i.r. duties as rallrosd which (,eo. Jaiuea Is plaintiff and A. J. who speak of it as a most delightful alTair IIarrion, hss gone the way of the Pink tlicts somewhat with my ler is defendant, 1 will on Mil J A. II AKiilK has returned froai in every respect. agent and it is the derire of the railroad Flooring, CelIIusr,WeaiU-- 1 Cottage. Caue, inability to pay the rent a virit to Richmond. compmy that all employees devote them- TIintSWAY, JUSTE 5tli, 188-1wife and children of Mr. Peter of the institution. The -- Mil ItotiT. T. Mattisoly, of Upton, selves exclusively lo the service of the com Atthestore-'ous- e DrcnHei! I.iiniiier In Crab Orchard where the crboartlliiR, 0 Stiaub has itceived a legacy of about Ky., is here on a visit to his father. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. psny. Consequently I offer my stock of gooJsaie ofnow a'ored, fell at public auction the And other Urge lot merchaodlse. consisting of Dry Uoode. from a relative of his in Switzerland " c Iit'iiM-iuand little Muk. K. II Made Clothing, Uootn Pork has jumped up to 520 in Chicago. drugs and groceries for ssle, I have a nice Millons. Hiady (rocTlef, Hardware, and shoe It Hats and Cap-.Fsnulng ImPrailie B went to Lar cter yesterday on and the money ha already arrived. The I.Alouia races begins at Covington line of goods and a No. I stand fur the bus- plements, Ac, which was levied on undrr the atcomes in a most opportune time aithey had ' a virit tachment In the above styled case a the property iness, A good drug store ia badly needed ol to day. by fire. A.J. Slgler ' Ceil. V. II KwitrTrK returned fiom recently lest everything Also Dealers In The merchandise wlllbe sold In five lota, and Lo- here and a good drnrgist can make money. A. T. unnelley sold to Dr. Davo not by the piece, as follows, and conilsU of New Orleans TftenUy "here he has been " -Superior Cou it has on the applicaThe gin a fine harness mare for $225 He Any one can get a birgain by addressing or ; TJ" dr'r ?ooJ. notions, and show cases. for several months. 2nd. Tne reidy made clothing. tion of Col. G. W. Welch, withdrew their bought two horses for $65 each, J1 calling on me at Paint Lick, Ky. C. B. rd. The tnots and shoes. Lin-cil- n Mil SALt.tr. Vaniievcck, looking opinion euttaicing the decision of the Ilh. Tim hats and caps A. T. Kuncelley has purchased this Engleman flesh -- rul pretty, is hick from Hamilton Circuit Court in the caie of Geor.e eeason about 25,000 pounds of wool at 12J tileinVnUhe KtKcrie hardware, and fanning Im- Call on us or write for prices. We acp a laxm, Mr. Geo. W. Pickett. Jr., and Miri College for the vscatior. W. James vs. Miss Jennie Buchanan and to 22 Trail, Credit, of cents. He is only paying 20c for Americt Ilii'ey, this county, were married good lernrlty Uarlng el months mi Sond with stock and will do our beat topleaec yeu In pr'tc-aln,ertsi from dsy of fale quality ol material. Mies C'oiia SAMiiiKir has returned set the first Monday in October for .argu- beat now. oil it goc.U will by J. nine veir ago. They lived happily to- The Orchard lo ,hown dcs'ilng T. Cbadwlck at Crab Hairodaburg, ment. rons from a two month's virit lo to purchase, DASViLLM PLASIXa W. II. Miller, Real Estate Agent, sold gether until the middle of Isst month, 232-jr. A'. ,?f K.V ...., K t. r, Lwienreburg ami Frankfort. DanTlll. Ky. BtfilN.s'iNO to morrow afternoon, the to Samuel Berger, of Switzerland, the farm when Mrs. Pickett gave birth to a negro Vi I.. AM) MKb TllOH. W. MlLLlTK Kentucky Central will run regularly on of Alex. Moore, near Blain's Gap, 52 acre child. In talking with her butband about left jelerdv to in their Riand-daugl- i stock train di at $!, per acre. Saturdays and Tneedty" the child koon after its birth, she stated ter Will It. Manier, at Nohville Winch ehtek Court. About 300 head that the bad been scared by a negro man rect to Covington, leaving Stanford JuncI'.r.v ViTMoTitKn Cook and wife, ol This will be a preat thing of cattle on the market, principally good which earned the child to be black. The tion at 3 r M Merrer. have bsn visiting his ister, Mis for olds brought 5J huibtnd believed his wife's story, and conour stock men, who will thus be able glide, Bert three-ye. '1'i.le. BeUy Nevius, this wek. They went to $37.50 to $42 per tinued to live with her until last week, lo land their slock at the city in time for cents, i 'PHARMACISTS evenin lo viit their ion-i- the morning markets. Hutonvillelat head, yearling from $25 to $30. A few when bis neighbar informed him that there , -la-IUv. B. F. Taylor, who was reit It was is cold as Cbiiatma veiterday mountain cattle brought from 3 to 3 cents, wis no doubt buithc child was sited by a UHM yV cently oiled to the pistorite of the Baptist morning hut owing to the wind Ihit pre- work oxen $75 to $100, cows $35 to $50. a negro man living in the neighborhood. church st that iNcr Boolrn. 55o-iJ:lil Fifty or sixty plug horses brought from Mr. Pickett told Lis wife what his friends TCH. A -- WSAcrs ft-rl "Po A W Small, Km , or "Old Si" vailed all night, no frost fell, though vegJ :"- -' $35 to $75, h few good ones $100 to $110, had said and she cmfee'cd her guilt. A as he l lei'rr kiion, paid our town a etation has been bndly checked. Latdi: mules at $00 to $130 owing to quality. PhysycIans'prHciIptionsccurately.'compjflSclV, suit for a divorce was filed last Friday, for'ed viitTnsUy, en route to the Green-bicke- This morning the bill" and valleys are s a and it H said thst the nnf .ithful wife has At the Iexinglon ' front and if the gardeners do Citiventirin at Indianapolis, in the white with not have their work to do over, it will be trainer namid William Kimbill had in left the country- .- Columbia Spectator. ,--. -. W a in erst (if lii piper, tlir At'anta Ckmtlilu- IHB wheat i probably unhurt. hand a stallion, Sherman's Hambletonian, .W-- Ji W. V ",i'" VV. vs. ",f r J AW. I.I ii lie chanced rats st Junnion City a wonder. The and whipped him so severely that the horse NEW ADYtltTlSEMEXTS. Largest Slock of Watch 0$ ' -- 5 ro of lighting our streets with from the (.'mcnitiiti Sc ithern and got on Tin: i'irstiun threw the wan, turned on him furiously, i;iocks, .letveiry .wiTerwre y Ir.sload of the gasoline lamps is being agitated and it the 'rmn roming thi and attempted to email him with his knee.. imbjund. Eter brought to thl, market. Trices lcweHlfcaD What ws his los, is hoped that the city council will L);nn'le ? Failing in this mode of torture, the stalthe Lowest. Watches. Clocka and Jeweixv..B- jmw t. however, w our gi'n ss we were glad ol prove the opportunity now offered by an vj tVve' paired on s hort notice and Warranted " " lion began tearing the prostrate trainer f making the scipiain-tai.i'- e acent here. For an outlay of f'JOO, 25 tite opportunity I titer Ur sale iny Farm at Hanging Folk bridge breaking an arm and leg, and genial lamps c.n be obtained that will give a with his teeth, of the dirlinguishrd on the Stanford A lluttonville pike, coataldlng Land, 20 Acres and taking large pieces cf tlesh from Kim- Os;4 ArrrMol fine lilllfi- S Milium liuinoriii. light superior apparently t pa, and these ery rich bottom, litod buildings, fencing, water ball's breat-- t and shouldei. y Fcr particulars, seo John V. for stock, Ac lights can be tminltined at 1 cents per on premises. II'. .:. lir.WI'.S, LOCAL The Cincinnati Cattle market is active MATTERS. Alliance, Ohio lamp etch a night. It is almost impoisi ;35.ll and firm. Hogs arc firm and sheep in fair I'm it venelahles at .S S. Myern ble to feel your way through town in a demand. The quotation1 are: ! very low st T. K. Wal- - dark night and when it can he lighted CATTt. v.ni i with so small an outlay, it should b done Common to medium I 75 52. (Joo.1 to extra butchers by all means, 5.2S(.!5 fcinlvn. from mr linm? on the night of the 27th, Tur only genuine "Ilessell Carpet SweepC.25HA.5Q hlpi'eri WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL- Common torliole three inltea tiMu Hie 'and and a 'luarter Beginning with Moefcsrt ami feeders CommekctnentWeek road alKK I'KKsNLT SOKIIEI, 4."3S.S5 the er" at P'lght A Currat.'s. lC1 h'lids high, lung, MAltE, Ojtarsold, about Sunday i which day, the Hv. P. T. Hale HOOK. slim IkxIv and legt, mull spiv in forehead, very I will have plants of all kinds for sale will preach the Commencement fermon to 8eIeteJ liutehen iml heary ehlpprrr !MWS.70 sliorl f.iretop and icry horl n.ai o behlnl the ears 5 ?0a5 M ami a notable Hill mil under hir wlnd-plp(TOoJ pickeri. here Monday. O. J Newland. the young Isdtrs of S'anf.ud Female Col Klr to nildllowayot her neck s'ioI all around, acir on I M&5 25 Fslr to good light her shoulder on olntot I lade. In addition to the i.()i$t.K reward of S50 which the Htto give, will adds t White gool and embroideries in great lege, at the Opera House, next week will Common m r r.i A concert of liberal one mt self lor her return or lor informabe the gala week of the year variety ai S. L Powers A Co's. t .1. ''. tlOUTOX. Jl O0?x3.75 tion concerning her. AND DEALERS IN unusual interest will be given Tuesday Cotnmen to fslr Kings Mountain Ky. 23J.lt OOJaB.JJ Ui ii Pfiu.lt sle ooutil onurt day of second night, the regular Commencement rxeicis (iocx! lo extra S.OOjj6.75 to choice Li v . i hand Buggies, Spring Wagons and Cirri es on Wednesday night and on Friday 13 m'. I). MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ages, lieo. Au. night the Merry Bichelora will tip iff the :i 4' ii honManaged by J no. B. Fish. Wi will give i every subscriber who week's pleasures with a grand hop in iiivtt to report No new caies of small-poof the visiting ladies. A tery large iiis pnpir Monday a or anil lir oils Highest Market Trice Paid for Wool. time is expected 11 mound. this issue. nice lutle pickige for the children. Mr. J L. Whitehead hss u white We are now pvpir d to manufacture Wool for TllK "Moonlight Fett"at McKinney last manner. Ai( iliiU nuke a farmers In the A i ivi: horre stolen (re in Mr. A. e notwithstanding the extreme cool ground iquirre), stuffed, in his show case specially of lf-HnitK ibis rich', a great deal of attention. T II r n Tuenla pichi, for which i.e wttilt NNiioi 'o te mode Into illankets, of the went! er, wss a most enjoyable which attracts Jiiirt-ys- , . H"ll, ihss c Yarn, Haini) Jiaus, ' 'ii iri ii inr ro'umn. We arc in receipt of an invitation Ac, Ac. We Kill keep iptn'snlly on hand olers a re occasion. The Presbyterian church yard . , i.. ..! i. i. D..i..- of goods which we wl'i i x hii'we lor wcKdon favortf K "wp'le. ith Chinese ,0 a I,0" able terras Wo.,1 lpi nil' a1 "" Wk ulsd ti ixrn from Mr. J. C. Ott, was brilliantly illuminated hi n wo i s fun l,hed Ol l'rlrei tor iiuuuf. ! ;anior(i, on rriuay evening, f Hit- V Meier A- UMsmi Co , that the bus-Inlmterns, nnd presented a picture quite elor i i"l mi mg, iS1,! are fo'lows '.idiu ' Olh, iiul.'lng mid I wisuug, 2.i; din aurl in pleasing to lovers if 'be benuliful. The June a ,1 the late Arch Siow is straight .loaiia, 2icj ai-Carding, Wild strawberries have become n nvy,'2tc heavily laden tables were presided over Carding, ipliiuii A eavUa Wtim- every puiicular , Pro'r. market at 25 lo 30 cents per II. M.t irl-!Ii2)Mt.it by Minne Clara Bibb, Kittie "drug" on the wpl I'Minc 1 see tne next Mon- with ditnilv If Yiv gallon. Such a crop was never known beMcKinney, Mol day, Coiintj Court div, I promise lo give and Annie Wry, Finnie fore. Oji.rcisKinxRns -INCLUDING THE- lie Owens and Mrs Joe Mocker and Mrs C. W. Garland and Miso Mina How you surh fniire rr (Sroceries, Ac, as will l,F srLK.NDID lui- Walker, The amount taken in could not cime up on the pisenger train from Urod- save you moner. Will jnu come? T. It. A tepresenla-tiveo- f nstertiir.ed. be accuratel heul.Tucidsy, gotmarried end returned en WaUnn, rorrer Miin nd Somerset. the iNrr.iiion JouiiSAL, left at the the freight train. It will be observed thai Mr. Klaus his hour of l'J:16 A. M. hut judging from the I am desirous of settling up my At Stnuroril, Ky. aper. We give immease crowd, it must havuheensuflicient nn advertisement in this will call in person in a few days Lincoln Circuit Court: Tho Klrst National Hank a good dent of other reading matter all to repay tha Uiiei of the church for their on those indebted to me for an immedi&te ofUl.nnford vs. llobt. Mc.VIIster and others. In thesimo though, but to compensate our extraordinary pnins taken to make it a sue-ce- settlement. F. L Thompson. t ''liyTirtue of n Judgment tn this cause at tho Stanford was well repreiented, but pitrons for any Iocs we will give them a -- We are reliably informed that tho cars Fpeclal April Term, ix'l.of the Lincoln Circuit not as numerously so as it should have will be running on tho K. C. railroad ex- Court, the underslgaed Cmtnlstloner will on doub'e paper next Friday. been. tension by the lat of July. The E. T. V. MONDAY, 2. 1884, A unAfTlPCi. silk ctarj quilt the handikilling of F. J. Curran's fine setter & CI. road will run over the L. & N., track SOLE AGENTS FOR The of Crab work of Mies L'riie Ciormley, the hours of 11 County be transferred by Peing and 3 r. Court dsy, lotween e door In u.. before tho a. u. Orchard, will be rallied tomorrow, the has occasioned considerable excitement to Livingston and then htanford. Ky . sell as one lot at public auction lo Cincinnati. fifty chnncesat $1 perchance having been among the fanciers of the canine species, the K. C. to i iiMilir inn adlicent lots of land In h i.i) y., adjolnlsg the depot of South-Ben- d have recently bought thetownofMaBlord, slayer Several Ohioana about nil taken. The quilt is now on ex- several of whom thought that the theLoulsvlIleA iSastivuie u. ii. conininiug should have been tried for murder in the frnn In this county. W. L. Henderson pule, with a large hibition at McP.obtrH A Slang's. first degree, instead of only a fincable of- sold his farm to one of them for $1,200, The appraisers, Messrs. U- W. Vnnder-vee- r fense. It was diicovered that Solon Crnig L. M. Hauk sold his farm, for $3,500, NEW BRICK FLOURING MILL ' ; and D B. Edmiston, found that the (don't jump reader, it is not the one you are II. G. Sutton Bold one of his farms but a.vn a Sigl;r'd stock thinking of, but a negro,) had fired the we have been unable to learn the price. Hctu.il value of Mr O W. vc w Frame Wheat Elevator A Large at CmIi Orrhanl was 30.175 03 He has fatal shot and he was accordingly arrested Mr. John W. Fulliam, of Warsaw, some no'les, a lot in Crab Orchard and nnd lodged in j Yesterday before Ky , is visiting at this place. Mr. J. D Situate thereon, tn.elbir with all their machinery Mtlif; pome land in HocU'ile, which will run Judge Carson and a jury he was fined 525 Chandler and Jeff Huflaker, two popular nxturis, apparatus, Ac ,0topercent,plslntltt from vlth J. LI : i half of hi liabilities for cruelty to animals and S5 for shooting boot and shoe drummers, of Louisville, Htmhcr . ikji .ul.Uct to credit) of V)i and hisascts to nhint H.9T0 08, raid January I 1881, and for the sum of which are S2 1 000 en the streets. Mr. Crniir claims that he were in town during tho wtek, W. O I0uu5ithfi pir cent. thereon irom reuruaryis, ttM '! was here Tuesday, 1SI. and their wts b rein expended. i the victim of suborned testimony and Sweeney, of Lsncaeter, Tliealiovoiiropirly Is eligibly slluateil on the A si'Ecial lerm of the County Court in the intcsest of his tobicco trnde. L. & X, It. I! , In a town KnovTllle UiHGili ol the that he is as innocent of killing the dog as . Jii 1 i The magistrates of this countv met of .500 Inhabl ttnts In the heart or a fine country. was held yexierduy, when Mrs. Martha the man in the union, which be could have hist Monday and received the SheniV's de The building not machinery are new toand coat was practiBurns, widow of Hugh Burns, TliHMlc is a flue opportunity nnd 8.",iHi men mill nnd gnnrdiin proved had his witness, Sim Kmhry, not linquent list, (about 500 delinquents) hi" sdminl-trHt' ...... levy at $1.75 per poll and calTikmoi:Sah;-- A credit of 0 and 12 months, ,Ut got into k tirfht 'vith r woman and run oil fixed tho " ' ; ' children. Mi. Burns leaves some rtomli rfi'ilrtHl with apprtivid rccurlty, payable for the the property lax at 25 cents on the him toCoinnussltiiier, i,f ' i ' ioi or rrcnflrom day pension of $0. ier to save his bon lie will pay hit indebt- dreJ dollnrs worth of property. This is 5 sal-- a I having the d cud 0 tmlgmiiits. Lien also prcperly, biside . WKt.Vil, entitled to edness to the (.'mum m wealth by remaining cent? more than it was last year on the retained. i.l month, which hit- children are ,wc MaiUr Coai'r Ltucu'.n Circuit Ooutt, ntMd 30 days on the rok pile. property and 25 cents !cm on the poll. lGytMM "' aKtill thtv teach (Jr.aps icrllie, rnatha, hayfork, May 30, 1884 dles Grain Cradle, Ac, at W. II. . . icnt. few relativca and friends, at 10 A. M , Wednesday, Dr. T. A. Iirncken united in marriage Mr. II, M Allen, a rising young businena man of Cincinnati and Miss Bessie Fogle. The attendants were Mr. William Allen and Mirs Matlie Fogle; Mr. Edward Allen and Miss Kiln McKlroy. An elegant lnnch followed and then the happy pair with the atten dants and Missra Abe VanArsdale and Bessie Adams, Msj J. 8. Cooper and Mr. Barlow took the trein via Junction City to Cincinnati. The bride Is a winning little beauty, as lovely in character ai she is in face and figure, accomplished ami elegant In manners, and hejwho has won her congratulation. They will take rooms at the Gibson House and will through life, we trust, bs happier eren than their imagination has pictured. li a Cacidlilsts tor ('ongre)i In the uhjeettoihe will of the Pctucciacr. K. O. IHCADLEY, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, .ID-Ii- l jamen g, Peerless Traction Engine. OPERA HOUSE, TO THE LADIES H BankStock, &c. n. Court-Ilou- fit PLANING MILL COMPANY ' pest-offic- y, m 1 it SherifFs Sale , . I,nlic !' , $2,-00- n , Building Material Farming J.iunbc dfi'' nd it .?'. -- ar n WmrtY&M'&M iter (vwfeS1-- ) m rSSl T-1U Irues. IK. . .i rs tair-grouml- .IKWEIaEItWr"'1 i -- .! XiEPt is) VK Joi" 5ale Blue-Ora- wXJ 2 Las-le- go-wl- s Reward -- etil -- -- mi o-- T - 1 . m Til W-ar- n, -i i Stanford Woolen Mills! bl M !' x srfl-o- HARDWARE, 0UEENSWARE. gies, Wagons, j- r- iir.. - - e .'' t'-- Farming Implem'uts5 Bugr Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. .Buggies and Carriages. l 1 sale MILL PROPERTY! but!-nepia- s. JUNE court-hous- auo-gelh- er 1 - and Hamilton Plows, Sole Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky T and Turning- Plows, i 41- toe-eo- Riding and Walking Cultivator), Sole ilgents for Evaais nforn Planter and Thomas HaproTTir; I i"i. 1 Also AgcntN tur Walter A. Wood Slarycsting' or Jfaeliincs; I. - AM AT BED ROOSEKIOBS.-,iL,lfl i -- -- THE LIPS THAT TOUCH LIQUOR MUST NEVER TOUCH MINE. Stanford, Ky., The May 30, 18S4 1 ft li A. ALEX. ANDEHBON, Southern Exposition of 1884 A.TTOIHV13VHA.T iiA.V, Will open August 10, 1884, mid close "Farewell," DANVILLE, KY., THE GREAT THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL n Had iiever been soiled br tbe."bevorage of belli" Will practice In the Courts of Boris and adjoining October 25, 1884, making sixty one sign, counties and tn the Court of Appeals. But tbey come to me now with the bacchaual days. Ani the Louisville Aud the lips that touch liquor must never touch Fourth 8treet is the great retail street of J. B FI8II. mine' Courier-Journ- al A.t Hjitiv, Louisville, and in the most iopuUr and And Master Commissioner llockcattle Circuit Cour. the garden alone, Southern I think or that night tntoM me your heart was my MT VKKNUN, KY. fashionable promenade. At the One year far only fjl-tpipers for II t tin When In whispers you Will practice In the Kockcaitto Courts. Collecmore tbau the price ol one. end of the customary promenade, and in tions a specialty. Offl:e In own, 1J6J the midst of the most fashionable residence That your lore tn th futurs should faithfully be By paying us SI you will receive for one year IjKK F. HUFFMAN, Unshared by another, kept only for me. rourhome nantr with lha Cjurler.Journal. the part of the citr, lies Central Park a i-rv rv w reprrwantatlve tiwipjpr of lha South, damocrat-Ican- d sweet to my oul Is the memory atlll, HTANFOHD, KY. for a tarltf for renuonlr, and lh host, of eighteen acre?, uncqualetl Oh,tho lips that met uilno wbeu ther nurmured Office South aide Main Street, two doors abort brlglitcit and ablest Cimlly Of wrkly lu the I'nltrd tho Myers Hotel. bjr any prk in the world for the size and "I will," sample Utes. 1li...i who deaire ti fxamirt.' Pure Nitrous Oxide (las administered when reIncline, uf the I iy do wuit this othc uiigniOccnce of its forest tree?. Central But now to their pressure no more thoy quired. ncrcr touch Park lies between Fourth and Sixth itreets For tbe lips that touch liquor must Without Change and njlh Speed Unrivaled JJIt W. 13 I'ENNY, mine' and is directly ieiche.1 by several lioree DtMlllHt. In your face SHOflTEST AND "QUICKEST "llOUTE I 8TANFOIU), KENTUCKY. car lines. This park constitutes the North- O John! how It crushed mo when first The Christian Advocate, Nashville, says: bad written "dls- IIIOU UjIISMLLCTOTIIC pen of the "Hum Fiend" Offlre IWX 1. ern inclosuro of the Exposition grounds, The grace;" This notice forewarns hunters, fishenurn and "When you give your money to a lazy vag- from tonTer A. H, and 1Lytlg's store. O&ce hour 12 to 5 P. . Aneathetlca J tramia not to trMiiuaon our lands without er- i and the notthtrn front of the main build- Aud turned me In alienee and tears from that abond who can work, bit will not, you rob mlnltr. n.n iiwwnirr. million, m in iucn acta are nauie to ue procecuu-o inn iuii r&iaaioi mi law. ing Is on Its southern line. On the "West breath the Lord's poor ol their just dues and beMtanlonl, Ky March 17th, IMI. rsifntd &. Nashto All pslsoned and foul from the chalice ol death. side of the grounds the Louisrille (lusAW.M.McCormack. " come an abettor of vioe i. jiicKiiirica. trusted to last; I II. T. Bush, a, vv. tariienier, railway station at It scattered the hopes I hadclouded the past; Atlanta, Cava noaa, ville Railroad has a F Held, C. Bishop, It darkened the future and If your bretth Is offensive, your nostrils fetid loon, ana riaw uriaana, which passenger from any part of tbe It abaltered my Idol and ruined the shrine, Uvl Hubble, and filled with putrid milter and you are fast be I will deliver Ice to regular cuatomers every morn- - K. Cobb, Kelly, Hlncins F I). ItholM, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA within two For the lips that touch liquor must nerer touch coming coniuoipttTr, use Pa pi Ion Citarrh Cure. II (l. A J F (lover. . United States may te landed W r M(4irmacr, In Palace Cars Without Chang II L. Carter .M Expo-itio- n You will be purified and permanently cured. For mine. it I vile, inhundred feet of one of the ONE CENT T. J IUII, J W. Wealutford, sale by Mcltoberts A St gf t Vanny, than language can tell, The hotel accommodations ot this I loved you-O- h, Wm llurton, trances. dearer SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Accoin ti duaat the cloeo( vath month or when J. A llarrlv J. H. Murphy, rrtsa Loulsvllltla Palace Cars without change Faplllon Cough Cure cured an Infant ouly few a customer qi'lta city are well known to travelers for their Anl jouaaw It, you proved It, you knew It too I'. J M. lllll. a it iton: Kd W. Carter, viMr it. k. n well! weeks old, of wbooplog cough, after a consultation Carter. will be II. Me A Miter, J. capicity and excellence, and tbey FMIHRANTQ Seeking homeaonth. T J Foatr J. I). Jonra, But the man ol my lore was far other than he of physicians pronounced It beyond recorery. Ii T. M. White. largely increased to meat the want of the Who now Irom he J. Q Montgomery receive areclaf low rate. comes reeling to stops tbe whoop and allows tho brrith to return. " Dress-Makin- g ! I'.K. Marcum, Millinery & Mra.J. J. Mobaily, visitors who will attend the Southern Exrates, me; For sale at Mclloberta A-- Stage's, W K. Anion V. write 0,Jh', Cmpsny for P. 4 t.rent M.T. Itussoll. c.. C.P.ATatORf.G. A. A I). Newland, so noble anl right-I- lls H.J. Darat. position. The Southern Exposition of In manhood and honor III LoulevJII. Kr. A.T MoKINNEYl (23Myr) Faplllon Bloud Cure contains no mineral ol any heart so true and his genius so bright pplendid ar1883 wu distinguished for its ktnd. It restores the blood toa healthy coalition, And his soul was unstained, unpolutcd by wine; I have received a full Use of every variety of A PRIZE rDj 4 "nl,' ,,r Pelage and receive Trade. M.ek. JIl'ltRAY'N NIF.CIFIO, ray of industrial exhibits; for its art gal- But tbe lips that touch liquor must nerer touch regulating excraaes, and prevents dleaie. For itly boa of gJi, which Millinery, nnl Invite an Impecllnn of Hi' same. I T? will he'pall.nr '" jttlM sale by Mctlober a A S'agr. either .re lery and itts music. The admission in " Mix Cynthia Canton, who la an npvtt lu the mine. '"'iTIiPis'rrat KnirlMi Heuu'dr, ""; ' anylnugelsaoi.In in m worldiau.. iuMs ds Ibis will asalst me. ami prlrts i hurlui 188H were 770,043. Slill greater attraction aw.li the workers jl.tolulelv mi Atouceal-drmsTa- i low trusted In Tain Yoa pioiulsedicforui,butl Terr JIU.S.JI, !'. Till I. Kit, Im j(s k A c.i , vi tnrt 'or Weak MemoAuuita, Maine Mikinney.Ky be pieaenteJ in the exhibition of 1S81, Yuiir pledge was but made to te broken tgiln, .'lilt will ry l."" r IVer, N.rvous and more than a million ndnii'slons are Aid the laner so falsa tahli promises now, t shaui' n, rVi' mil lliiot(r y an 1 (ipueral Iim nt VRIGHT S INDIAN VEGETABLE PJLL5 Will not, as a husband, be true to his tow. Vv!jW t'owrr nt the Ueiietativ Orgaua, anticipated. ! ! ! CELEBRATED The word must be spoken that bids you depart-Tho- ugh n,l all ,1l.AA ( I. I f..ll.l roll Tllk b. The Southern exposition of 1834 will respeak It shatter my heart. Diron laamj, qUenc ot youthful liapnwenc oe the effort to KI.WAIKD Eirlier ar- Though In silence, with blighted affection, I pine, peat these great attractions. tba eirpMol matured years, auch Te,l. Mark. Feels grrat anxiety for the people of Stanford and as iniverul MxltuJe. ram in tbe rangements will be be affected with the Yet the lips that touch lUjuor must neTer touch Lincoln county and promises to do the fair thing bacic, DlmncM of Milon, 1'rema-lur- e a Old Agei, and many otter mine milfor thrm If ther will insure with blui In either railroads, and tbe three quarters of a And air Bilious Complaint thai lead to Inunllr r The London A Lancashire Insurance Co., of csaeaof Female lion admissions of last year will doubtless If one epark in your bosjm of Tlrture remitn, In all Liverpool, whose aaaets are !J,?ti,O00, nr J.ViWT.Kt. or Weakneuthe twciac art Ilk a The Itoyal, ot Llvrrpol,ait Go ran It with prayer till It kludle again; swell to over a million this year. The Lancashire, of Manchester, aets over f6,- - cbsriu, restoring louor afadtua v, Resolved, with "Ood helping," In future to be or, giving to tbe eye brilliant ooo.wo. The attention of manufacturers is called aDdparkling Iteauty Intbeiheel, myjffk. From wine and Its tollies unshackled and free' lie i romftt to iy all tintt tmtn ii(i ' a Ijutlment thcruay LKNwmofhfallh exhibiting in the And when you haTc conquered this foe of your to the advantages of After Taklnir, ail uiU not',atk uiu.lt itlty'jt)) il,lyl time. M by all tuglas at ' Southern Exposition. With a ndius of soul, Write tohlm orcall on blut at Ijncister,.Ky. II per package, or all packages for I) Alw by In manhood and honor beyond IU control 300 miles there is a circle around Louis mall, postage free, on receipt of price & TFull psrllculara lu pampblet, which will t This heart will ajaln best reiponu ve to thine, ville as a center, embracing a population mallel free to every applbaut. Address all C3r- - 3FL- And the lips Irec from liquor be welcome to mine Chicago t to tli lie Hluilf t.jte. of 10,083 945, and taking in large section) RKrafcaKXTS .n it i i .nt.nn hi., Paper Noses Peiple sometimes lose of the wheat, corn, tobacco, cotton, coal Kauna t'lly. Mo N)1J luManford by Pinny A McAlnter and all TIM. link uiNNINCi and iron belts with a network of railroads their noses by disease or in fights, and some Drugaista everywhere o- Aarilt a f'KTKa A (o Wlnilersle AaeoU, all directions. No other city in Ameri- have lost them in war. For noselesi in Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, 0 and Inllananolli, Cars! Ind .dealers In tjteluwsy A Sons', Pecker Bros.', Iiulivllle, Ky. ca has such surroundings of population, wen the most appropriate noses are nis.de of Haloes', J AC Fltcher, Vo A sobs', Baldwin A ANI 80LID TKAIN3 Co a Cottage, Upright and ruare Piano Fortes, products, railroads and excursion facilities. wsx, and the best ones cost $175, though a alto the Kstey, oboulner ami llauilltm Organa LOUISVILLE fine one can be got for S7o. A nose of ra TO Most of the other iarae citiei as u center of ! CHICAGO Inatrumenta sold at prices and teruis to aull Don't give your orders till ymi get oik such a circle find, within the circumscribed pier mache may be bought for So. Noses Brffencrollon fur CnOrbled Myalenia, prlcva and terms I'JMaii The aire vf trotters, roadsters, ind wore falser Primal. Nurit k angTa from tbe Kno Suffering from a general want of tone, and territory, vast bodies of water or the sparse- made of this material are enameled and are ijiturn nurr tbai any other Mil- - ; " ""ro aim nrai-tuA.' U It irr.vo m iwwiavi , ! its usual concomitants, dyspepsia ami linn in henturkv. will make the teemo ,( ...".". nnd for a poor wan they answer ly populated tracts of the far West This deceptive, irI nervousness, Is seldom drrhable from thu lour mile west nfatanluM, illrMlly en ilie Knol, ax- use of a nourishing- diet and stimuli u( I.nkplle aul will be prruillt.d (.. i.rte mair excursion territory if Louisville is but a all the purposes that are leqtitrci. appetite, Unaided. A medicine that vtlll ai invcairenieiy low rriceof ;o ihesen r 110 (Jrcrnpimtlr, rrimronlsti, I.arajctttt day's journey from its remotest point to en and paper noes iwe. in esses of dircaccil cUict n removal of the specific obstacle to ami (lilrniro nltJiout rliaiiKC tumiire FanUg with tbe mare forfci lb lu genuine aurance. Ilolisj eirellent breeder and a ,ure the Southern Exposition, but it presents preferable to those that are made by the renewed health and vigor, thatItUIsa the posTIMK TAIILK corrective. Is the real need. foal getter tlrars furulahed at ti r luantb session or this grand requirement which Due care taken to prevent accidents or eacatv, every requirement that is known to the planting of flesh on the diseassd part, for ota nana. Ially. iHlly makes Hosteller 'a Stomach llittera so but will uot - responsible should auy ixcur E. H. BURNSIDE, manufacturer. effective na an Invigoraut. For sale by oil It is this radiating diversi- several cases are known where the transDascKli'TliiN mull t.'uHict - .Vol 'jr I a let I.ve. Iultvlle .. . a i . m 1 p Druggist and Dealers generally. endanblack, with amall Mstainl two white leet, 16 bauds Arr (Jrerunaitln ty of want that made the Exposition of planting of the flesh on the nose has t ei au, 2 01 pm I lucb hlgb, ' Crawferdavlll. 2 os a m 101 pta - Known beautiful headfine wanek and tall, god Iwoy by, " Ufayette Paper World. Thia Old 1883 the best selling exhibition ever known gered men's lives. and lie. eiellenl thouldsr, bark 13 a lu 12 pin aOl lolU In fLt fullUM In iihiiu.i..i,.i .ill " Chicago Hotol Still Maintains to exhibitors. repub 'Mini SMI pin AOEaop the Candidates.-- Of j guaiantetberdorau I ilvea talllon kU of Tbe moat direct rouu. with anl. High Roputation, iji.-- i Justified by the attendence and apprecia- licacs prominently mentioned for the imiiiou, nu tne a qusiitirs n aimrwt W Invailablv linrtttohls prvgeny As u eri.l.nc-tb- at tion accorded its eflorts in the past, the Presidency, Gen. W. T. Sherman is tbe Is a dark mahogony biy horae, foiled June llth, be will prudu. very f4it boeae when AN ' 'uUAM?Ivir,rn-.-AJvi. 1SW; iuarr ii uir iici ioi aom or h very i and goo.1 management of 1834 has resolved to even, oldest, at 04, and his brother John, ranks polnta:lull 16 hind byblcn, high styletrotting auu was sir t stallion Its Proprietor ii Determined that aperdlealculta bav Holding lutahir Wallacedam tbs champion LoulsvllU. Ky them This of ltaell Is conclusive out do its past attempts to offer at Louis- next at 61. Robert T. Lincoln is the of tbe world, ths renowned dmurgler, record IMS1-,- . it 8hall be Second to no Country prool that th Flrat dam by Matnbrlno dtarligbi, t dam by Olronirs from tbeslrt ts,inof thecoldeat-bloodeville an exhibition typical of Kentucky youngeit, 40. All the others are between iver, be by Wagoer, 31 dam by Warner; 4th dam mate In the land havpmluc- Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Helen truiia it mm .ir iea jonnaonaays Nell "I Appointment!, or Attenand the whole South and Southwest. To 50 and GO. Senator Logan is about 05, (IwloneFawcett by Imp. lranby, 5th dam Imp. have handled more of NoM,v'r ,lin,in ,n. br Thornton lUttler, fith dam by tion to Comfort of and tbey are all last Mr IVoi, Dodd saya 'no accomplish the greatest possibilities the Edmunds is 56, Hawley 58, Alliron 55, Trala'gar; Till dam Kettlelop by Imp. Spread Utter roa.I.ttr, live." Sir I'urdom has oue JUi "illue-UrHro- a Shark, 9lh dam by Imp. Janus, their Gueiti. brightest intellect, the mojt varied tastes Harrison aud Qresbam each 51, and Blaine flius wedam by all the desired elements a combiItoiHc." little handling tbat Is trolling his mile In wib have JX, and saya "r.o loiter clui of (iiTses cau l found ' vrottlng, pacing and nation of tbe highest tvpe--of the widest experience will be called into and Arthur each 54 The democratic can- thoroughbred blood. Therefore Crow'a bmuggler Mr F P. Nunes & (Quickest DagKag k ta aad from I k dt ot Ihero.aad everyssys no road la too long lor aay on a taller," Warren Kua requisition. The ideal in art and music, didates are much oldei. Tilden is 72, evidently muat produce pet!y as welt aa ihn free of will charge. Special reomnodatl aaa Nebby made a record ol 2 23 and wiimIiI to W C hlfbtit typ ol combined hone Ilia aire could to Commercial TravIr. Tk Bar will raox the best and most perfect of mechanical Payne 74, Thurman 71, McDonald 65, Hen-dnc- trot better than VMS and pace belter than 2 2J. Kalr, Cleveland, tJblo, lor M,0OO. IfntceMsry alwaya aippllad with tk eholeeal could give number a of tratlwoolala from the beat Smuqo lick's lUcnao aoaltsr that or All ell ecU and appliances, the latest and most kraadaof Lliaora and Cliara. GO, Biyard 56, Gen. Denver 66, Ranhoraamennf our rcuntry commending Nobby to Central Kentucky to All Points OriiKn Living Srir.t.loMi. The fmieat Drat heat the favorable coualderatlun uf all lovrra of (nod wonderful phases of lihl by electricity, dall 55. Flower is the young man in the time. Z.13JV, fattest retnd beat time. 1 IT; fasteat North, East.Weit & Southwe.t. boraa, but will , th above aufflre. Lsamlne third haat, 2.1'4, fasleat 'ourth heal. 2 fast in addition to the grandest display of tbe race at 49 tbe hone, and if you are disposed to give hlu your est fifth heat, 2.17k He beat Uoldamilh Maid on Kaal Lin Ilelween patronage I will guarante value received for your her uierlta at ClcvelaDd, Ublo. Cmslderlng that products and resources of our own and money. . obbr . la hrliarr.nl I'M. ),. br Mem promised to send the this was a competing race, deaperalely Jrckeyel A blsclcwcodsman . : i. . ' - I'armaaler. be sister Southern States will all be fee a red and fought from beginning to end, wnn with no iirinn inier, ne liy stenibrlnn V CIACIWATI. br IaE.I.GTO. minisler fi'ty pounds of insple sugar for favors shown but every advantage taken mdeftat Mambrluo, be b) Im lleuenger (larrsrd Cblel's aud showed in what is designed to be the uailj IMim Dlion, br hrauk.g ilaui br Aralu Smuggler. It atands second to no triumph ever h dulela Effect May ll. marrying htm. Times pissed on, and no won on the trotting turf. He aired lb great g g dam br Hamblelonlan.g g. k dam br Dlo. greatest industrial exposition of tbe age. mtl. Nnfili .7 a . that aold lor fll.uoo; alao tbe tut (elding. maple su jar arrived to sweeten tbe minis. No, K i. uwur-- i , r. 71rdam r. thoroughbred -- .'r former- The consummation of the arrangements Hawthorne. Xo. U of the family, it, nouinsoo, oi Marram county Some mouths later he made a pacing Pocahon'ai. anotherdriver welching ter's household, Dally s"51" uf Dally record of an4 it. ii. i'lton: with Cappa and Gilmore assures tbeSouth-er- n Dally li. bun. ex. sun Young Focihontas trotted a mile in 2U pound saw tbe newly married husband in town, 2 18; a ball In Another of the great famiExposition the repetition of probably m 8 L'''' 11 p and ventured to remind him. "My friend, ly, Strldeaway, trolled three conaAcutlve heata in 9 p ta 9 ralmouth the tuwt charming feature of last year's 2 19, 2 !7'-- i aid 2 IS',, am t y ,, n, conclusively that sugar you ufwiiiri I4U1IIV ui uoisriproving laov n , mucn you did not fnd the maple I1AT0 Arr I arl. exhibition. From August 1(3, to October l M II M a w S 17 ,m speed and wonderful It Is promised." With a subdued countscan-- e, sume tbat such great endurance abilitysafe to preperUrmlng never ap25, thero will thus be given two concerts 35 pm the man looked up and replied, "To tell pears without an Inheritance. I" 0 P m. 5 vn .. a, r HlQcheater"J each day from bauds not excelled by any m nentlemen, examine the stud books anl you you the truth, governor, she ain't worth will And I'arls lu IJ p mi 2 10 p ui . that CHOW'S l.M.KK traces seven In the world. Musical entertainments of Arr Wlncliwter II tlm 'S to I inn Mnaeozee anil onrr lo i'ncllih Mim. jih !H mi... this kind had never been attempted by any it." hrlnn. Ihn .Ipa tt l.n.i ir..,.n,.. u...,i,.i. Winchester ... II M P in S M p m fl 24 p m ' Tbe combined atalllon, hat recovered from dlstem Starllglil's full slater, Thome, has a record-. of The now postal notes ate ol a light Jilac ) p m I IU p hi 7 M Itlcbmsnd exposition until the Southern Exposition of -' , pu 9''il! hts fill l.rntli.r ll'wll.lA .. IIVJI1J ui. I i . per and will be permitted t serve mares Lancaster ... ulw.,a,, a ii p in 1883, and the repetition of tbe engagements color, instead of the old style of yellow. In view of giving all aatiilaction, I now put this hUnlor.l June 8 at p iu horse's services at the vrv lowprlcof 81.T lu At $15 fo IiiHiirc y Living Colt. Dunn. atslllon, foaled ItTS, hred by Clurle. this year will probably make our exhibi- On the left hand side there are four slips, IiiMiiroii Mure In FOisI, moner due when "No. fialrexl NcjT'll Mantord. Ky No. I, by Meaeiirr ( hlf h'oaiii-Hoi'.tmarked from one to four dollars. If tbe tbe tact Is acertRtnel nr niirtf n.rte.T with TI,. Mart pastured at 12 per month. For further aire or Maud Mevsenger record 2 20, Marvel, Dally tion exceptional in this respect. Daily. horse will stand at my taM, 1 miles west of particulars, all on or aditrei n.rer-.:,- l old record. 2 ."i (ti.. nally. l.x. bun Fx. rr ...1 n.i ti 1 Stanford, Ky. The pyrotechnique display of last year, amount li between Oho uinl two dollarf, a p.ke. omlns at,t.il ,v -- nll,y t ity tun- tilth heat II. II It fill. U I.V, y oi , trial 2o deav tried .i I Aldsllali. i.th.! Lve htanfor I Juo Iftepectfuliy, l-tf T. I.. Vltuu; , Maitgebtewarl. I lu gait at 9 24 a m but the one dollar ia taken off, and the Manlorl. K. a' which attracted the admiration and won r.ancaatrr ami other protplsmg ones. ne in mlr Klcbmuml .... Flrat dam feuilti by Menilnel, record IMtianl II Mam 1 0 a in der oi nit who were so fortunate as to see dimes and centw punched in the right hand Bald colt Is a good one out ofa pure brd trotting Winchester ...,', !l2 10 a m 7 tO a m the sire of on Arnlui, sold to Commodore KlttMinlor JlO.Oto, Annr'te, 2 2 '. T A 2 2 ttiem, will bs equalled if not surpassed this column. On tbe old hoted the dollura also mire; wasfp, i1 vay g.tes .11 thesslts-lro- ts, Arr, C.A CI Ity I puree and racla very fait atd gwea the tunning ml M a nt loiiiigrwiitlncl, 22ti, Mignon, 2 271,, Vu an Jure! Lie l.x had to be punched. 2 4. p lu I) p M1 7 'i5 a ui walk t perfection. . 81800. K I ALOaiulir. 2 Sirasn.I fpo t mcf 220W. Hentl-pArr I'aris 3 27 p m 2 IS p m 8 10 """. Stanford, Ky., F b 13 1841 a m Is full brother t Volunteer, An eye toward the omfort and conve. The dearest help ol an i often that theilreofM Lve Wiiichrtilc-2A7 p la 2 (Hosier, 2 17, Allev. 2 1J. llo.lln.-i7 80 a m nience of visitors will be always maintaineArr Paris.. .. ml S.Tl p winch acka least wages, It is poor tcuiie-ii- 4 a4alBkK?t. w, urivrr..... 8 ts a i Amy. 2l , Lve Pari. lliiiiter. 2 . 1 3S p lu re more the 2 .1) i la e d", and in brief, nothing will be left J IS p in h Hi a m y lu keep four men lo do the nirk that I CO p su 2 S p bl tl 4 K , ccinddaiu, hlttyltivHr, the dam ol Iterllt-- Air Cynthiaii . I 41 p m that cm add to the pleasure of the three . if .r old r. nl , Of i.i,h ,,. ,l t - ' "' p w S U t ir mo should putform. Il a man is Covington and theKraiiilani of Maud Meawoger, 2 20, ,j All.' ' p will HO a 1, people and the popularity of the Expo- for da Hill, th- alreofdol.lMiilth M.tld, 2 uiv cause dipdathfied, thesoouer he and lUvwlInd, l, 2 2l'4. lhornJale,2 sition. .',; Almout, Abdallah Pilot JAY.SVIM,t: HltAMill. hi) employer part company the better for Ac, Ac ibirddaiii ly IU.1 Ja. ket, (lre of the dam ol An Arliausaa woman, whoeo huiband boili parliee. rwr "NiifT.. ht nt jiky ilkm. 221 ai.d the grauJam ot Su oo, Dally Dally was recently Bent to the penitentiary, wrote 2 17', and lied H likes, Mre ol Phil 7liomp-nn- , r.x. bun, III. bun. Witnesses tn Juitices Courts will hererecord. 2 21) lj Lmiiel, by Mmrman Mor- the following letter lo her loved one: "I irati, the aire ul Venn mt lllaik Hawk, the Lve Covington..., " after get 50 cents if regularly eubro aed, 2 00 . in tr lenl " LoxliiKion .. . I lianAII n nnd niiny oth.-. ' da a i don't like to shake you now that joti .lie ti.iter .if) , i i ' Pails TMifi' - station wit .lard t e prc.'i a v " ft sd,-!.-, irid bv ,i lialt i rolmr lo lllark llank 16 a m' j) hi ,, , at i y eta1 !, in M Bucklen's Arnica Sain in trouble, but under the circuraHlanceiJ it ' Arr Mllleraburg llm' fill lolimure a ,tiii'iali arelNith bv " 8 49 a ui S 47 p m '." '".'. "' nutr- the irr.mltlrM I oil IU I'Kil llHII'lt'ililiali. till itciuilng thin Lieu Ktairei cri.n-tiCarlUlo. i.rMinl S hO a Tho beet Salvo In the world fur Cuts, Un.lsc-s- , fi tr7 p m in the bMt thing I cm do. The man you mot v " .loliumu I. ', l.i. Datnol wu nirs nee l.i J r' k Di u s , , hi. I, ill. i - p 9 18 a tn 7 0 1. III it l right i.iauovunr tay, with blaik Ma. .Maj.vlllo ard tail, '" "i' l Ve J.e.,liexler, . 17V Netllt .2 Is, 're (it from hai propoeeJ to me nnd Sores, L'lcor?, tail llheum, 1'over ixroo, 'letter, Htoie the hog 10 SO a ir) fjlck ITcarlacho and r. vo a'l th trout ks 4S p m years ,.l nnd lot I.N trail It g ij.HkM li il OrangB dlrl. 2i l.enrg Wllkwi, t is Chapped Maude, Chilblains, Corns, aud " etatoof tho eyati.u,BUth ii ami thirty i time lie Is by Imp. Uuckden, tin by Hay "tl.. 14 T WTTflT with ree-f 2 30 and better M. aenger I have con9ented to marry him I am get- I.'miitlons and tiosltlrcly cures files, or noall ekln Tain ton biliousDron alnoa, Disf n ss af t r as Nanscn, c atmg, tmy reol Mary Daily in tha Side, Ac. Whllu their moat remark-abl- e Lcrd CllfJen, (winnerCraig, lluckden was got by .V'iL1;' lle-- J1'.'."1 hT Ablallah Pilot, sirfloli'kkard. ?.' Dally ting tired of the neighbor throwing it up quired, Is is guaranteed to give )erfet ol thegreatSt. Lcdgerntakea 2 Sj l Jlm.y.vear-ol- d success has bom shown In catiag reraid,2 SU, latdam la llx. bun l.x bun, tbe Doncaattr Stakes, 1661, and aa a d (Jen Oeorga II. Iliomss. aire of money teluuded. Price ii cents per box. or to lo mo that my husband is in the pen. I Lvo Mayavllie.. won tbe Wool cote. Ht.kea. the Champa nehtakes ovun luomas, uy 5 41 a m 12 M III Meaaenger.slro i 8'cniid dam by For sale by Penny A McAllster. " Johnson and out ol Cunsetiuenco fi 50 a in 12 44 p noi going to marry this fellow quietly, an' Mambrlno m " Carlisle by Bay Mlddleton. Ho.lerlck's 1st dam, Alary ol lady Thorn 2 13 Wocdford 21 u in I 28 p 11 when they come around an' say 'your An End to Bono Scraping. in Mlllerkbnr Craig, by Knight of St Ceorge; 2d dam Result by 2 21 Mainbrliio I'atcbenaud other. 41 H 1 47 p m Mulatto; 3d dam Problem by huclld: 4th dam tans Third dam by Imp. Nnpoh-o1. in ncadaehf.yct Cartcr'iLIttlo Liver Pillaaro eonally and Kngllah Hun- iir la the pen,' I can call 'em a liar, an' Edward Shepherd, of Harrlsburg, 111 , says III 2 lOn in r; by Cervantci; 5tli dam Marianne by ter, ilc. valuablo in t'onatlpitlon, wlllobitrve that Abdallah Mes9 10 n in 00 m "Having received so much beuellt from Klcctric this tuinoylng complaint, curing and preventing " Civlngton ... Ctli dam Tbomailna by Timothy; 7th dam sage- la nearly full brother to Maul hare 'em anested forelander." II 30 a tin 6 31pm whilo Ibcy nlao correct Hitters, I feci It my duty to let aullering humanall dlaordt rs of tbo stomach, stimulate tho liver Violet (Ooldenlock's dam) by Hlurk; 8tn dam b' 2 20, that sold for 31,000 and lor 8,000 7m t Falmouth Accommodallon-N- o. 10. il.llv ity Luow It. Havo bad a running tore on my leg and ugulatc tha bowels. Even If tbfj only cuntl Mjlibon, 9th dam Uulck'a Charlotte by Hlauk: lOti fall; they have same slro and grati'lam; his dam Is Tn the history of lauiilica o more redam by Crab; llth dam by Dyer'a Dlmnlp, 12th better bred than Maiul'a Usui He is a sure foal "' rrlvo nY'nK .ally, leaio Falmoiith,Falmouth 1 30 dim by ltetbell a Castaway; 3 Ii dam by Wbyuot, jeltur und a horse ol lino stvle 4U1I cairlage, Ho markable incident seldom ever occurs than lor eight years; my doctors told me that I would COO a. 14th dam llovalmare. Marr Cralir'a dr. I il.nt wu will mad the .eaiin of 18SJ at Charles I.unu'a Covington 8 a. 111. No. 30, have to vin.c'I. the ono that happened in tho family gath- I used, have the bone scraped or leg amputated. Christmas I y llmlerlck Dhu, 2d Imp. V,ineIetto 2', mlUs from Kiaufir-I- 011 Itiisb Ilram b i.lku nt lnglnn gftj. , arrive at r. ffiouih'io instead, three bottles of L'Jcctric Hitters ho,,31, Sunday on ly, uy tue i;oiouei in r.ngian.i; aa voreiia iy lilac - tm i 1 am; it 1; x Robin-bo- d h.?' ' ering at the bedside of Mrs. Jefl T. inu coir. and seven boxes Arnica Salve, and my leg Is now arrive Covington 4 p.',, Lrxlniton Ache they wonld bcolmcst prleclcr s to those who iock; 4tii ny rnamom; otu uvermn, eiu valnut; at her death. Mrs. Robinson was the sound aud well." Oectrlo Dlttera are aold at 80 eutilr from this dlstrcsalu complaint ; but fortu- 7th ituler: Sth I'lracantha by Malhen, 'Jth ProphAlso will stand a etess by Itegulus; 10th Jenny Wploner br hcre.and mother of twelve children and losing one cents a bottle and liitcklln'a Arnica Salve at 2Sc nately their coodncss does not end little pills thosa llth Greyhound, )2th S- phomsba. dam Portlier:by Clnwho onco try them will find these per box by Penny A McAllster. In so many ways that they will not be willing; motra nay tiaru, lutn nam i.rcy'a ciiestnut ia its infancy, the only death that has ocTrain No. 45, Sunday Arabian, Uih White Strlnt; 19th Klla Montague . to do without them. Hut after all sick head learn x. el Startling Discover, curred in the family in forty years, and mare. 7TOIN.S!ltr J.M.Hall Uys ho bought m arrive; Mayavllie in am'' Train N '"J ' At the same place we will stand our lino Jack, some mttl'is lu tbe neighborhood where he made a .1 lyonly.Icavo Mayavllie I Ifi 1, '. . ",Ui ' never before have the surviving children Mr. Win. Johnson, of Huron, Dak., wrllei tbat uton I IS m. Ui. season and they wero good ones and ho has the repuiaiiouoi ueiugagoou lirrciter. at any one time, met together or been pres- bis wife had basn troubled with acute Ilronchltls ! -- Train Addres II'. G. MU1.V. No. 2 runs u ent with their parents until the above oc- for many years and that all remedies tried gave no Is thobano of to many lives that hero Is where we At $8 to ins roallvng colt til weaning Stanford, Ky. soiFastvia pari and Wlnrh;(.. j. LIon-N- os. ' permanent relief, until he procured a bottle of mako our ercat boast. Our pills cure It whilo due same as horse. Young llowman is 3 Mt. Sterling Sentinal. casion. Solid train, with PuiKli Bri" .I'ii. Winchester. Others do sot. Dr. King's New Discovery tor Consumption, years old, IS hands high and was brel by (Jcorge Cincinnati and llleli.Y:r 'v"""ltA r Carter's Little Tills are very small and Washington, of lloyle He was alrud by aahlngton. A Baptist lady in Texas gives to the Coughs and Colds, which had a magical etJect and Terjr easy to take, Liver or two pills makua dose. Harley'a Compromise, county, Tlppacauoe, D .C. Ono he by he by By Messenger Chief; dam by Alcalde, (sire by jydeallnatl5nre"cuo.li...ri1Pf cb':lteJ to a permanent cure. It is guaranteed to produced They are strictly Ta'itablo and do cot gripe or He nry Clay's Warrior. Young bowman's dam 2Kj Knlg.ua. 2 church all the eggs laid by her bens on the euro Day, 30. Ac, S. F. II, MOUSE. purge, but by their gentle action please all who was by Andy Ktcc; g. dam by Pioneer; g g, dam will make tbesuasouof 23; Fancy Mr, Loe Yeager's) all diseases of tbo Throat, Lungs or BronchiloSI at 1 1 I'aaaenger Agent. oaothem, In vials at X3 cents; five for tl. Sold by Old Wagner: g.g. g. dam by a Maltese fennel. "Providence Neighborhood," Danville, Ky.. at Bibbtth. Out does this excuse the Lent? Tr.. ,. "'aK1i al Tubes. Trial bottles fres at Penny A McAlli-ter'- s by druggists everywhere, or sent by null. Jt, T.JbJI.ti. ItUSHIlljI,, J. Philadelphia Call. Drug Store. Large Ua tl. 2JI-I- I w-iaiineugeriiie, Ky. CAItTER MEDICINE CO.,iYorf York. aenersiM'aae,. exhi-bitio- nr okobuk vf. youxo. You are coming to woo me, but not nof yore, Wbeu I baatened lo welcome you ring at theiloorj Fori trusted that bo who itooJ walling tue than, Was tbe brlghteat, the truest, the nohleit of men. Your lira on mjr own own whoa they piloted d The Chicago lltrall hits the nail rquare-l- y on the head in this brief paragraph: "Of one thing the men in the democratic party who are afraid to raise the tartT- reform issue in the coming campaign may rest assuret'; if they do not shout tariff the republicans will. The question can not be put down If ttiey attempt to ignore it the ridiculous fiasco of 1SS0 will be re peated. Th republicans are not afraid lo defend their position on that irsue, and whether the democrats defend theirs or not will make no difference with the former. Republic ttiistn will attack tariff reform any way. The democrats can defend it and carry the war into the protectionists' camp, or they can run, na they did four years ago, with the whole jelping pack of of monopoly loving ora'ors nt their heels. Which will they dt? They cu force the I issue or the iastie will force them " rKomsioMAtj I SAM J V II. UCRDBTT J. & W. D19WN. DUKDHl'T BltOWN, A.T ISt-l- rOltN 13 Vrt AT KV. J Xu A. XV . y couirori.il!.', dwelling at Illcbmon.l Junction, wltli aliout an acre of ground. For terms callou uradilrntt ni-'- f Stanford. .I.YO. .It. A toiwiwfwii i r w ii nsjiti m m r aanmayy one-stor- I'lMl'V, MT. VKHSON, Grand Combination Through Trunk Line Weekly wo Court-hous- sunaEON o i t, POSTED! ! MM-tv- r. 4 S0UTH& WEST IMMCARSi'K'te ICE ICE" ICE!!! ""' I PER POUND. "Tap-room- ?' bus-lu- nrst-ilM- " V fjX Fire Fire Fire it. :.j l.)'ii u. Ueln. m fM LIVER Railway. tt Murray-sbpeclOel- 'Wft27S Louisville, New Albany 1. IE. ISuliliviu rn A Co., ik , Pullman o.,v Palace olTTEBs NOBBY MYERS HOTEL, " u,.h ..i'.. Crow's Smuggler! STANFORD. KY. Propr and Well its ju d ,. nd rl, J ha-gl- e; LfiJ cav;4 Shortest Koute !., JOE ABD ALLAH! I'll-gri- m . SOUTII-lioCS- Abdullah Messenger! ' " ' BV" . , -- 1- Ilel-tia- J-- c .. ii RODERICK 3- DIIU! 1'- 1 1 2,c.-i- n, 1 1 . tin-dju- ICAKrtrtS - y- : . ,'l, . I NottTH-Hof.N- 11 CURE r lte-I.I- I l'fr a- 111 1 . ' i 111 -- , I Inc!-de- G 1 lj-ilnca- , nl HoiTII-IIoi-.N- aatUf-ic-tlo- I SICK y ear-ol- alater-lti-blo- ): 2- i, Chli-l,alr- Mam-brln- 111 Hrtx-der- 11 HEAD P- 5 l,.. . k- li Z -? alu-ab- GOOD MUXE JTAI ACHE YOUNG BOWMAN time-Mone- MESSENGER PRINCE, Vol'lK 11 Hy-'ss.- ,8 w?te': al! SS"