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JUNE A GREAT- - MASS MEETIR6 OF LID1ES AND OF- - 6ENTLHEH LINCOLN AND THE ADJOINING COUNTIES 9 -- ESPECIALLY PURCHASERS OP-- DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES I NOTIONS, &C &C., ISs - PUL!?i 1 i Mill ' foro bo Tho objecct of this callod meeting is to argue, take into consideration and pass your vote in favor nf D. KLASS' following Notions for this general meeting: 1st. Wukkimb, I have bought a large stock of Spring Goods, but hpvo not sold them out a9 quickly as I am generally doing, because the Spring forgot to make its appearance this year, and 2d. Whereas, It m my custom never to cirry stock over from season to season, and that in order to sell this large stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, &c, &c, in a short time I must make some sacrifice in Oppoiiio iLo Myers Houee, STANFORD, KY. it price, tbw- - Haolvcd, And I have rwolved that from this day on, or until further notice is given, every article in my store will be offered at an immense reduction and many goods BELOW COST. iberal oiler, to wit: It is further resolved that But I will do still better and mike Urn 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. (Thcio aro no common chromoi, but Paintings ) Still better yet: And in order to give those a chance who may not need or not be able to buy 810 worth of goods at once, purchase to co counted till the whole amount reaches tho sum of S10. I want it distinctly understood that each painting given away 13 worth nearly the amount of your purchase. first-clas- s 4 I will give the same chances, and allow every smtli. 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 peo" pie for their kind patronage. IKmt ftuy 3? oats woxf& f teeis; till jqvl hme WmmmM my Stmil a&I Seas ! Every One Should Attend the Great Mass Meeting at IX A ZKZL.ik.SiS3 STORE STANFO IsTE"W"S I m& KENTUCKY: SCENE ON MAIN STREET j THE LATEST --" w- BILL ZA.DICK TO TOMMY FIDDLESTICK, (both gentlemen of color.) between you and mo and that lamp post yonder, it is not woith while to hook I U goin' dar- -I must be one of the mass meeting', too. Tommy-"- All right, Bill, but I jay dar is no use a talking, dat Kbu Tommy "I say, Bill, where 13 you goin'?" it, Tommy, and besides that ho ia now givin' every one that buy? of him 310 Bill "I is going' right dar to Mr. D. Klasa' store." worth of goods, no matter if at one time or in a dozen times, so you buy the lakes the cake sure enough." 1.l .1 tr are ngoi, wa wnoie oauery you m.Kh j,. .,,1 T 1.11 yuu. .u wu Jlill-"- iou Tommy "Bill, wa what'a tie matter dar, I eeea so many folks in d flmm.ntnf810.im'aDivln'vOuan.laVerronea fine. Iarce oil naintine. ele w O 4 is doing tho business of the town, because he sella very cheap and is a liberal store?" dantly framed, for nothin' mind you for nothin'. fellow. Bill "Why, they aay it 13 mas3 meotin' today," Tommy "For the Lord's sake, Bill, I must run home and tell that to Tommy "Well, Bill, I'll see you later; goood bye, I is goin' home aa& Tommy 'f A what, did you say?" Betsy. Sho ii now saving up to buy a picture for our parlor, but now she tell Betsy all about that mass meeting at D. KLASS' store, opposito the MyBill "Can't you understand plain English? a meeting ot mass" gita it an oil painting for nothin'. House. ' Tommy "Well, I see. "What ia it all about, Bill ?" Bill "Yea, dat'a so. You see dar ia Jimmy Brown coming' out now with ers I ... 1 1 1 -- 1 Bill Well, they say Mr. Klasa ia a selling his goods so cheap now that, a new suit of cloth w on and a large painting under his arm. Well, Tommy, Stanford, Ky., - June 3, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Nearly all the leaihug republicans are in Chicago this week to take a band in run nine t man for the democrats to beat in .November. The race seems to be narrow. ed down to Blaine and Arthur, with the chances somewhat in faror of the latter, who haa worked the patronage of his office for all that it was worth. The fellows to whom he has given pp are lusty in their advocacy of his claims, knowing that upon his Buccea alone depends their salvation from going to work and uiakirg an honest living. lie wins first blood in the decisiou of the national committee in favor of the Mahnne delegation from Virginia, all of ,whotii are for him, though its decision li not final. A committee on credentials fr voruble to Blaine might reverse the a at ler and recognizs only the atraight-ou- t delegation. A strong partisan feeling is weging in Chicago and well in formed parties assert that it is bo bitter that unlera one of them is nominated on the first or Kecond ballot, neither will receive the numination, but that a dark hone now browsing peacefully in the wcods will step up to the string and have the blue ribbon tied to him. The convention meets at nwn to day, but a nomination even under the inoat favorable circuinclanccB in not as the whole day belore will be consumed in the preliminary wcrk of the body. Latek. Yesterday's papers report that owing to treachery in the Ar thur camp, Mr. Blaine has the bjlge and that unless the tide was turned during the day Arthur's name would not be presented to the convention. Let in pray that the tide keep in the direction it is running. The Kentucky delegation, which was thought to be solid for Arthur, turns out to be 8 against him. orial management of which ia in the wain marked by sterling good sense, should oppose Federal aid to schools" and bits that the centralizing influence of a law for that ;nirpo'e i mere gabble and that if it is a scheme to dispose of the surplus in the t'caaury it is the best way of dtiog so. The Commonwealth is evidently for the lean s and fhhes, regardless of the comtitutionalf ity of the law and would for the sake of a doubtful blessing, assist the republicans in their effDrta to devise plans for a continuation of an onerous war tarifl in timea of peace. When such men as Senator Bc!c, of thi State, Senator Coke, of Texas, and Senator Bayard, of Delaware, as able and as leirned lawyer a there are in the United State, give it as their unbiased opinion that such a law would be in violation of the constl tution and make strong appeals again t it passage for that and other reasons, we are fully convinced that it ought not to pits. Should it do so, however, there would be a myriad of new offi ces created and an additional lease given the party in power to continue so. We commend the perusal of Senator Coke's able argument in opposition to the law to our esteemed contemporary. of the Nicholasvillo Journal-Courisays hereafter he will not apologize foranvthing. and he savs it in italics too. It' a bsd resolve young man. You will rind that a giod apology is much better than a bsd threshing. The Cjvington Commonuxalth ia surpris ed that the "Isterioii Journal, the edit- LATESTNEWS: Chicago, June 2. Maine' frienda continue lo claim everything with their usual confidence, but the race ia not always to the noisy. He has by no means a dead cer tainty. Arthur, Blaine, Ldmunds, Sherman, Logan and Hawley will be put in nomination and perhaps Grcsham and others. Washington, Juno 2. Mr. Illscock'a motion to take up the bill to repeal the tax on tobtccofwas lost by & motion to adjourn, 07 to 90. Mr. Willis asked for an appropriation of $'J5,000 for the Louisville Exposition. The S.'td of June has been proposed for the adjournment of Congress. Harrodsburg, D. C. Terhune, of bought of Geo. Kinder 2 mule colta for $170 from J, II I'ruitt one mule colt for $85 50 from Joe Napier one mule colt for 90-- one from C. B Reid for $77 50 and 3 from J. W. Powell at $S0 50 John Baughnuin bought of John Rout one mule colt for $00. V. F. Carpenter bought of Sylvia Givens one mule colt for $75. BC.O. RTJPL.ET". I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. O. Rupley The first of the B A O. Red Books for the is out, and if it is to be taken as a fair indication of what other editions are to be a million won't supply tho delimit!. In the Red Book of the Republican National Convention that being ila title about everything is given which can be considered of interest in connection with conven tion matters, and the clear and exceedingly concise form must commend it most George Ward Nichols haa baen apheartily. The compilation is out tf the pointed receiver of the Cincinnati Stm usual order in paliiiral text books. There removed. , Journal in place of Steele, arc yery few figures, niid the aids notes in The banking house of D. W. Middle-to- n bold type lead to ready reference to an exA Co., Washington, has just gone under tensive combination of valuable data, It on account of the Wall street flurry. cannot but be a very desirable little book The valuation of taxable property in as the campaign progresses and a two Lexington ia ascertained to be $7,000,372 cent stamp inclosed to C. K. Lord, Baltian increase of about 10 per cent, in three more, will se'ure a copy. months. year W. H. HIGGINS I DKALI.lt IN Iliiriliriirc, Iron, Horwe Nlioi'M, XiiIIh, lltiKW M'Ul'Hn, Movoh, .SpokcM, (J nicer lew, " ClniloM, ShiIiIIck, ttU'OMiHuiirs HiiRKy tVhlpR, Ciuie .MIIIh, HanicwK, Nloiieware, Chirr MIIIm. I.np C'ovorw, CornMiellcrH, Collars, The editor er NO TE5 OF CURRENT EVENTS. .'1 Tbe Kentucky State Medical Society meets in Bowling Green Mrs. Gen. Roger Hanson, assumed the office of State Librarian yesterday. It is estimated the reduction in the LINCOLN COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE, Hating determined to change hit l.uiinrts, I public debt by May will reach $5,000,000. oBr lor ) iy S,T Mill. Mualnl ou n old Shaker, Runyon, The AT- Through the hiatus occasioned by the Hrmli Crrek, In (mj rourily, Ky. Th Engine It ttntlnoary: Bol!r 40x11. hti(jin lOi.M, (candied lait week at Sbakertown, aged eighty longsicknesa of ycur correspondent, 2 fret. Edging Mviod irlt Mlllnt-Uchrter Shalt sad Th j.m rtjr li years. ha almost dropped out of current Garfield Memorial Hospital was dedi- history. While Rip Van Winkle slept the In Good Itiiuiiiiig Order. cated with imposing ceremonies at Wash- world wagged on. So this historic West Timber plenty nd ac)nlt.lf. I would t willing !.. km !.. rtAA.1 am B,AJ.k mrh H. Mlll Eod, although there wns none to chronicle .a Druggists and Booksellers, The greenbackera nominated Ben Butler ington. ' Ar Vanderbilt haa transferred to its acts and doings, has continued to act Itnr.i. wuhlcf lo Wm. II. for President and he is now the candidate i'frxitii In ttr Ijintr bun-nrtnftf will Sni pvod cirnliiit I r ppl inn In parties, the otoer being W. K. Vanderbilt 52,000,000 aore United and do, and as the long dormant historian of two Ol-EIE- A JHOlt t.OGAX, IluitouTlllr, Ky 2WMf Gen A. W. Veat, cf States bonds gradually shakes oil his slumber, he is asthe Nellia Borden, a farmer buinessjman tonished to note the changes a few weeks Miaeifsippl, was made the candidate for FINJ3 Vrce President and a string of resolution! of Louisville, Ky., was shot and killed in space has produced. But these are pat. aa long as the moral law waa adopted. North Carolina. teeming present and the prophetic Lincoln Go. Farm The Sale. Ferdinand Ward's individual liabili- future are now the fruitful themts of specAmong other things they demand the sub ny tarm .ale I atilution of greenbacks for National bank ties foot up $659,000; his actual assets are ulation. The reverse of capitalists, the nowofler lor lyinj r'l'ately Mlddleburi; on w hick I on the plkr, thr ruldf, railroads lets than $3,500. financial agents, ml If. from HuitoaTlllr, containing atom 340 criminality of truated notes; denounce the land grant to of Uud, known oct.moni; the l4l gram Arret. Mr. John B. Gibon, one of the pro the crashing fall of great moneyed institu- and and demand that the neceesary steps be tl f.rmt In tbe countr. LI- - well, rt'nty of ImpruTrmrnu wittr, taken to restore said lands to the people to prietors of the Gibson House, Cincinnati, tions, the loss of confidence in the custo good, In a fine itate of cultivationIwolatvr AND all crrrraarr wutlulldtci;., lrn Congress died Sunday night. whom they belong; demand that order, plenty of tltnUt on dians of public funds and the gloomy fore- fencing In S3 acre, aralocorn, alo.it 4 arm Jaraeo Tucker, colored, was hanged at bodings of utter and ruinous panic in all laud. About and bulanc lo grata. Alo auut ICO shall correct the poeling, dtock watering ! In iinall grain Irom about and discrimination in railroad rates by the Pans, Ark., for the murder of Aaron Bak-e- r, the marts of trade afford food for anxious Acre of Land Bradford. mile. Plk llu.tontlllt on Acrr. A llle Hu.totiTllle A Full mill complete iiKMorfiucnt of Furniture, ciiibrncJiig construction of National railroads and deRd Bsnch Mountain. solicitude among all classes of society. el.arrd, balance In timber, wo ild make a good djo B. Carson has been appointed Again tbe countrv is just entering into the little home. AImIM) acre, of floe timberIt. AUo crjthliit; from Hie ClienpeNl lo the Fluent Tartar IS'iiIIck. Ne mand a government postal telegraph sysJohn name, fine lot of locust titular oo about l.ftOO Acrei finely timbered land lying near need to go to the large clllew to niiike tem, a graduated income lax, an ameliora General Manager of the Louisville, New throes of the great quadrennial spasm pnreluiNeH, no matter the roid Item Kolllng lurk lol.lt rriy It I. a fine lion of the condition of labor, the abolition Albany A Chicago Ra the 1'iesidential election and the public I1t nrtimtr and tne met of it Terr sail loca what quantity r quality yon want, as. I can and Mill duplicate The awne named tiact.of any prkcM you for cultliatlon of the convict system, the reduction of the can obtain elM-uhcrfreight IieliiR added. Abie The store of John SlesMnger, at Som- mind is almost crazed over tbe question ted fluttered Ian 1. all lie in 1'awy county 1 will t.i j bourn of labor, and laws for the prevention erset, was broken into Thursday night and what political faction ahall hold in its hand anr or all theaUne laud, on reNinbI t.rrat, a. a inn utworiineui oi ioiiiiim. MiroudM and ItohcM, cmlirao I am detemi'ned to. ell. Auy oo wi.hict; to of imported pauper laborers. They want $000 to $S0O worth of goods stolen. the destiny the very existence of ou in- chaiu wonld do well to cite me a rail Ins all the Xeu .Nlylcn, both cheap and H'uro rottniN 2IMf J. IHt .'. lu.ton.IIV opposite St. AMiiph Hotel. Stanford, Iiy. the Senatorial term of office reduced, the Nine persons were killed and fifty stitutions during the uext four yean? alKilition of the Committee system in Con-gre- irjured by the caving in of Cooke's tunnel, Removed, as our people are, from the the tariff revised so that the reve- on tbe South Pennylvania railroad. great centres of political machinery, free nue) shall be raised on the luxuries instead Dr.Thos. J. Griffiths, a well known to a great extent from the ambitions of poTHE of the necessities of life, a vote taken on an physician of Louisville, died at his home litical partisans and the aspirations of poamendment to the constitution in favor of yeiterday morning. He waa born in ales litical schemers, our quiet community will A a Tug - allowing women to vote and also on the in 1820 probably pursue the even tenor of their Hubject of the liquor traffic. Of course all BONANZA Prftty Mrs. Cirrie Best was acquitted way unrutlled by tbo tempest that will & this ia loye'e labor lost. The greenbackera at Nicholasville, of poisoning her husband. soon sweep over the land with desolating Haa ,uil rtlvd a nue lot of- Ard tieM(tnntry ian.d it w (. r t nrcln nl ,.rrl c, ought to be waked up and inlormed that Men cheered ard women fainted they were fury, voting intelligently when the time M the I aim. , 1 JVelu .. ,, thoy have been dead a number of jeirs. . so overcome with joy. for voting comes, accepting gracefully the . I It. 11 I'll t l l. .U. 'S,i- - 4I,.().ItOMN. t, Til It I'SIIt" !..... I .. .-- ... .11. , , '(.111 tlll.i: I.X.IM s II ; -J- udge Raid's will bequeaths $1,000 to decision of the ballot box, and resolved '.lll .n Mr. Phil Thompson's excellent bill to Traction & J ' t i V.i ' t' " i ,i, I u . .... . I ,A n . W.h.ln.tl?Ui. '.! DnDiuicn ' reduce the internal revenue and customs his step em, Reid Rogers. The remainder whatever be the result to make the most of i.. M..i, nj.iu niiii.w. uvuinsiu.i tr n mi.ni onj inj ley-Bananas. JJ ,'amounting to about $50,-00- the situation and manfully discharge the OrangOB, LcmonB and riff; diitricta has been adopted by the Commit- of hi property ia left to his widow, AIM higher dutie i to home and family and race tee of the Whole and will pars the House The Governor pardoned H. T. Duncan, which God and nature have laid upon A easily. By the bill the Custom Houe TiOi of FImIiIiir TacKle, districts will be reduced from 141 U 09 am) of the Lexington iVw, who was fined $200 them We have learned by long experi JilncH, cVe. s 1,200 useless ordered duwn for libel, but he intends to test the merits ence that there is a vitality in the nation fefi-Re- ad ALSO What Some of Our Best Tanners and Citizen! of Lincoln and Garrard Say: and out. Of the districts as at present con of bis case in a higher couit. that will survive even a convulsion so terriOF WALL PAPKK. l.lnrotn and iiarranl !. ..rtilr fiat we There are 130.000 Knights of Honor ble as a temporary change of rulers, and SAMPLE HOOKS tilituted, 64 cost more than they collect and had nr .& I... at 21 of them never a dollar has been col- and the Order haa paid out in the few years history has shown that the central idea in run. .miKHhrr and will, w , , , flMk lh ... , u ..Trlutu -In lected in ten years. If the bill becomes a of its existence S11.210.S15, nearly a third all these conflicts is not whether or how LiXCtSTKU AllVHm.KMK.MV ... law, which we doubt, since a republican of which was paid last year. ee h'w and mi the best interests of tbe whole people thall i .:"?"' aimi n r.y Im lure rl,.. , .. in hailos ii - m"f ."., j if iiw.ii'V. ii uiiri,M.i. .. ... iim l.'un. t J. Kui- The Mt. Storling Sentinel Democrat, be promoted, but whether and how the inSenate has to paea upon it, a million and Wm ""'. icni -- dderar. .;.' U.h. j'da I'eikl... Il?l.j llu't. l Ail.tu., Wis A. B. P WALTEH a half will be saved in the customs collect- which tried the experiment of being a cumbents of well paid offices shall hold In w what the farmer. ey.l.lhe-el- r to the (tonal i Thrwher and Eri: '. bu.lt be I1..I m..., l,. A fi.l huiiiHl. ludlana Hi W II TKlYiOR and .L. I.ANCASTKK, KY. ed per annum. At present there are 64 daily, has suspended after an existence of their positions, or others be permitted to iWr Ahbi H.Ieni .,. tr...iil.u,ie.ll of whe,tlll,e.l w,tl. Ih Iloh.i... Tl A'"' and waa ,r Office orer Citizen collectors of internal revenue, Mr. Thomp-Hon'- a 145 days. It deserved a better fate. take their turn in plundering the public from to 12 A. u. and National Itat,k.u. Ott boiri from I i r. g Taylor, a convict in the Jai. bill reduces them to 43, allows no exchequer. Hence, aa a people, we will bom I have told letteud .:';."::. t..r ',if'r --' hV. :.;:: . r to it, S. U. IIIHUHIT. L. P. UlIIIJLi:. that to. prison, Pennsylvania, killed a probably weather tbe storm without unstore keeper of a distillery that does not V ori WUa.Mbalrmytl.li.,;.. in u m."i..rl.. h.tV ,' l' a .. Tit XTr'L "l ""W HUBBLE & BUKDETT. , y w hlrh will t , any one ildrelng ie at ' , maah ten bushels per day and reduces to $2 keeper nsmtd Doran. The due excitement or harrassing perturbation. K. ATTOUM3YH AT L.AAV, . Tft.i YI.OIl. '""" t,rrf ' II'. per day the pay of store Keepers at distil convict is known to have stabbed seventeen LANfA-TC- l: The euckholder of the Stock Fair KY d . and r no r ing Will prj tli n Saiuaday elected (i. M. lerien mashing 25 buebels or lew. Oyer persons Henry Ward Beecher put on rubber Association, on Koblnaon block. and Court ol Appeal Oihce suckers and political bummers President of the association ixmtb Hide I'ublic tijunre iuthe 1,000 pap 134--lj clothes the other night and immersed se- Givens make an excellent officer. will go out and a million dollars be aved veral young men at Plymouth church. He Georce will yearly. The country demands that the Farmers are getting a little uneasy as Biys that he does not believe in it, but law. Tom P. Nail dry season; but bill shall become a wants to please everybody so far aa he to the cold who is regarded as second only to the Four years ago Garfield') vote was 4,- - can. predicts that the crops this John Wolf, son of the circuit court ground-hog- , 449,053 lo Hancock's 4, 142,035 a majority deof but 7,018. Tte natural ii creaae of dem- clerk of Scott county, Ky., has been sen- season will equal any during the past tenced to 12 yeirs in the penitentiary for cade, except perhaps, that of year before ocrats tiuce then has been suih'iient to change the result many times over, besides forgery on the Georgetown bank. Fifteen ,Mt' Among the matters of local and mi not a few republicinB have seen the error indictments for similar oflenees are pending nor importance we may note that on Satur nf their way and fled from the wrath to against him. smoke-housof Mr. Pendle Thos. J. Watson, the Pittsburg oil day night the come into the fold of tbe democracy. With ton Jenkins was plundered to the amount The largest stock ever in Stanford and the best to be found in Tilden or any other man nearly so good we broker, who was arrested charged with conCentral Ken- of ten hams and the same number of sides and will elect our man in November, spiracy to defraud ihe Penn Bank, was can tucky, embracing nbout tweuty five different styles He baa no clew aa to of superior bacon. trom.tho lending manu- no matter whom tbe republicans nominate taken from New York to Pittsburg under &3 arrest. He gave bail in the sum of $55,-00- 0 the marauders. Goode showed me at Mr. this week in Chicago. fncttirers in tho Uuited Sute.s. Persons contemplating buying a Miss Hettie vehicle this and waa released. Williams.' Millinery store, a magnificent On and after the 10th ir.stant, those who HAVE The Court of Inquiry appointed to inSpring ehould select the same or place their orders nt once; for at this specimen of the crazy quilt genus of her have been accustomed to while away their season vestigate the conduct of the officers of the Making Exten- uu . .... . . n i own get up. it is really rich anu Deauu-fu- l time looking at the suggestive pictures and muuumciurers oi ursi-ciae- s vehiclss are invariably overrun with ordora Four'h regiment during the Cincinnati and shows what wondera tho needle, reading the immoral stuff dished up by Additions? riot, has reported serious charges of deserand if the vehiclo wanted is not on hands, it will require from when guided by taste and skill, can persuch publications aB the J'otice Guutlc. four to eight To Their Mocfc c: tion and drunkenness against the leading JWwc Xnn, Ac , will have to go outetde of form. The article will probably be sent to weeks tiobtnin it; four weeks being require.! to mike, finish and officers, and recommends tbe disbanding ot Lexington. dry a first-clas- s Kentucky to continue that kind of mental the regiment. In the general improvements the as on that day it will be unlaw-fu- l pabulum, job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. Becky Jones, the New York woman churches are taking a position. The Bapfor those papers to circulate in this who is in jail because she refused to testidenominations have tist and Christian All work sold by rao will be found to be such as I represent them, Commonwealth fy in the Hamersley will case has received both secured ministers settled in this place. And now have tbe Best Stock in Cei unless I tral Kentuoky. They have Parlor The Cincinnati Commercial Gazelle's head from Ben Butler a letter with a check and TheCristianand Presbyterian houses are havo been deceived myeelf, nnd in that event the purchaser will bo and Bed Room Sets, Carpet. fully in. ' level as to Virginia when it iajf : ' A Russell Sage has inclotd her a check for both undergoing extensive repairs and the Virginia $500. Brides she has Cane and Penitentiary hero ia no reasonable hope that ofwe will soon begin our demnifled. Call and examine roy Hock nnd I will do my best lo received several prospect is that please you Chairs, Marble Top, can be carried for the republican nominee fers of marrisge prestige as a village of churches. Centre Stand & Exfor the Presidency, no matter who i nomiin style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from A game of Dr. George S. Savage, the Compelled to Revoke. me and at as tension Tables, nated, tbe Chicago convention should not bible agent, was severely, and perhaps cards was played in a lot in town Siturday ronsoDabio price? as you can obtain ariywhere else and get Woven Wine, Cot-te- n to go in pieces over the ques- dangeromly injured by an unruly horse allow itself a guarantee on night between Pete Huston and Joe Lee, Top and Hair Mattion of admitting the Mahne or Dtzen-dor- f fti ujvmgton. iie was in the act o f get- - both eoloreJ, in which the latter was win- them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from home. tresses, Folding Bed Loundelegation). Onei, peihapi, as good ting in a bugjj.v when the horse backing ner. Pete insisttil on a return ot me ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes ea the other." threw him under tbe front wheels, and stakes, and aa Joe obstinately refined to and Sofas, and Everything Else has ret red from the tramping upon him, cut his face very see it a fight resulted in which Joe waa Col. A. U. Taluott Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture Store. Congressional race, owing to reasons given verely, than stepped upon his body injur- badly beaten and gave up the money. Pete I'rioep. Sunday evening. letter. Craiiuluteil internally. ing him la our Danville waa under arrest on Ferdinand Ward says: "The responsibility of General Grant and John D. Fish in the firm of Grant A Ward was the same amy own." Ed. Sharp, to whom waa attributed the disastrous Great Sharpsburg, last Wednes day has been sent to the Insane Asylum at Lexington. On the night of the 30th snow fell in New York and at eome points the thermometer waa down to 25 freezing fruits and vegetable. The grape crop was fully half destroyed. The froat did much damage in the New England States andMn Massachusetts ruined the strawberry crop. A correspondent asks us what wcahoulJ Oliver Chilled, Champion 8teel and Brinlcy Combined Plows, Wooden and do if the republicans should nominate Cait Pumps, and the Celebrated KTayfleld Elevator. Tin RoofBlaine and the democrats Butler. "My ing and Gu.tering will have prompt attention. bredren," said a colored preacher, "dar ar' nairmncn j two roads in dis worl; one leads to perdiJtHuhtJr tion an' de oder to damnation." "In dat case," said one of his hearers, 'Mis niggah Boston Herald will take to de woods." toJ A lady living at MDrrillton, Ark , is the The lively widow of eleven hushtnds. eligible bachelors of that town think seriously nf fleeing to Ihe North. WALL PAPER Saw MillEor Salo! TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON d. n well-know- trilt'lj Hus-tonvil- le McROBERTS STA&G'S NXMXFOIID. (lll. d JJOIJNi; ISL.OCK, For m , K, BltfDERTAKER, WEABE B. ct jour fint-rmt- e Iealei- in aU-ut- ore, J cpculrc. 6.F. Peacock IItrGIST, FKIITS, HUSTONVILLE, KY., W. K. TRAYLOR, I'll GRAIN . i FIELD SEED THRESHER. JFOKKIOIV w 0, - I s office-holder- Lare Pole, SLsF. ""."" M. .,-.- . ',,,." j '- 1 yUUOEON I)KT1- IS t- ..ii J.;. , ,ef Moya-mensin- blood-thirst- ,,! n i.it;.: .".-iw- ;. il -liii ,"!. da-rar- rout-Ile- Buggies, Phaetons, SurENTERPRISE reys, Carriages, Grocery. BURDETT OCX. liuiicaster, XCeiitucky, GEO. D. Jersey and Open Spring Wagons. vzxiage uarts, eec. e Lately been sive ... ... WwewMwstM well-know- ai Kuur KEO. D. WEARBM, Mfgl?s Agi., STANFORD, KY 7 Stanford, Ky., Juno 3, 1884 LOCAL l. if. Mall TIME CARD. 12 4 Eanienlraln" Houth Norli " ' Tlie l3te li calculated time if.ibout 20 " trln golnj North" " Houth - ...1 M . 1 09 r. r. u. vi. A. M. .. 2 JO A. M. on standard tlror. mluutM fuUr Coltt LOCAL NOTICES. But Paints of Penny LANim-ETH- i A McAHsttr. garden seeds at McUoherts A '. ScjtKE Daniels tells ua the Southern Including gallerr. MO Mutual Insurance C,., hat piid Mrt. Gray- heal in full the $1,000 policy held by her DANVILLE Jhihie Ben BuitiiETr telephsrei "tfc&t husband. The only trouble about the Sunday work on the inttrumentt it not to matter in the first place was the refusal of much the cause of their failure to operate the attending physician to give a certificate at the absence of Monday's attention in .,I..',crJ.0',IJn,' V"m at "angjng coStaldlntf "'"tonville of death until his lee whs tecum!. thit office." You are another, ycu old JihvV.."""0" line Land. 20 The last Legislature passed lawa making vervrlehhottom. Good building" fencing, wj Wt it illegal to tell spirituous, vinous or malt The County Court yesterday voled $500 couterer, you Manufacture liquors within two miles of McKinney; ler mile lo the Carpenter's Station and of The tittert of the Chrittian Church will Alliance, Ohio fice length 3 within the tame distance of school district Moreland turnpike, miles give an ice cream supper in the Hall of Door, Nusli, lVJiiiIow Nkw anu full nock of Fithine Tackle of No 15; wlthinl miles of Morelnnd, in thit Mtftrt. J O McAllster and N. J. Cone Dr. Owtley's building next Wednesday every variety just received at Mclloberlt A ! subLoumade able speeches in favor of the county. In the litt published in the night. They will alto have the more subnml Door FramcH, Mold- Stagg's. -- or a The stockholders in the road stantial necessaries of life, all of which IIacm' Hog it Itetnrdy uied by tho beat isville Twim there i. no reference to the scription breeder throtjhnut the country-- - A cure bill taid to have been pasted in regard to are requested to meet at Moreland Station have been put down to n low figure. Lare and Valnable Stock of Drj Goods, Iiirs, Scroll Saw cur anil preventive. I'enny A McAlitter Crab Orchard. Friday. June (iih. at 2:30 f M Everybody who attends the commencement (Nothing, Boots, Shoe?, Hats, Oaps, I Agenlt, Work, Turn- Tin: City Council met nnd unanimously Groceries, HaTrlware, &o. Salf or Bank Stock. -- Hon Harruou thnt night should call around and patronPERSONAL greed to buy a number of gasoline lamps, Ilailey, at executor of Judge Btiley,sold ize the ladies. Doors open at G r, M. iiiK loathe lVork, ii a Mf Tannik I.mvim, of I'rbtna, III., but when the Treasurer was called on to yesterday to Dr. S G Hocker five aharet The uncomfortable experience of the .."j &r?ffi state the amount of funds on hand, it wn of First National of Staoford at $12$; A ptst few days th uld be sufficient to con- U?,,.bdeJ;DUaVni.JTw!,,,,oPnU,nl,'r nd ' Uudderar. if vimting Mm Flooring, Ceiling, Weatli- Mrs Mary Kvans, of Danville, U found that they were less than enough lo D Newland tin aharet in same bank at vince our citizjnt, the merchants especially, pay current demands. With a law forbid $120.60; Win. Givens five sharea of Farm- of having tho busmen pcrllon of Main street THFItSDAY, JUNE 5lli, 1SS1, visiting her brother Andrew p. Kvana. tn Crab Orchard where the crboardlnp, DrcNHCd Lutnlicr Mm Allie Hrniit.r, of the Wett ding taxation to exceed 25 centi on the ers National at $152; John M. Hail fire tpiinkled The duet his been worse lhan At theatore-hous- e the of property, the shares at $151 60 and M. C. Miller five we ever taw it and the damage done goods hundred dollart worth . I uclfon vA.l . Knd, visiting Mi'm Stltie Vandeveer. And other "fl" v va lUIILUnUllltr. rim IftT I li n Tresiury will always be empty. is ten timet greater Hale and Caps Mtn Lr.NA Kivkhm Wiu.ia.vs of in every houte in town shares at $153 50 and Gve shares nt $154 (.roreriee, Hardware, Fanning Ac .which wa leTled on under i vlttting MIm Alice Hamton. than theturuit would take to keep the atrte. An old inhabitant writes the Churtrr lacoiueni In the Two more murder are added to Laurel tjled case ai the property Ki.v. J. A Booi.r., after a long illnrM, in comfortable condition and for a small ol A.J.bfgler. Journal that 60 years ago to the very day county 'e growing list. In a general row a Also Dealers In ine merchandise lllbeaold In fire lots, and wa hereyeiierday, looking very frehlc. monthly subcription by the merchants, no,t he Ple, followa, and conslata of thnt It came this year, a frot killed all the Pittsburg, Saturday, a man named James I1 The dry Mis.i Kati: Winrr. ia spending iht jtcoda, notions, and show cas. and othert, thi cmld be done. hotels applet and peaches between Mayaville and Riley shot and instantly killed John Lloyd. u. . nr irwT wauft rlAtfilnt-week with Mrs Truthrarl at the College. I d. The bsota and shos, Islington, Kr., and that he htt teen both Kileyaod hit partner, Jackson, then beat DEATHS . sue nataand caps MimmSau.ie ami I!r.i.LC COok, wrre frost and ice on June 0th, in thia State. two 5th. The groccrfes, hardware, and farming lui- other men teverely with clubs and made Call on us or writ for prlcm. We keep the gursta of Mrs. Dr. Ilullman, Saturday Richard, twin ron of Divid and Mr. plement. alar., TKRMt. Credit cfsli monih. So it will be teen that it it not worth while good their escae. At the name place later .t lib atockand will do our best to please you In prl.,. MlN-SaLLII: AM) MATTIE Df.NNY, Sallie Scott, died Sondav, aged 10 montbt If" and quality ol material. JEYJi'iTi ""'L0 before. in the day Neal Beatty, a negro boy, thot taying there never wat tuch weather T- - Ch.Swick at SrlV??.';:'1.1., J"!?- -" ,b . of Carrard.are vititing Mm. W. M. Lack- It had alwayt been weaUly. . ........ jtifuui aceiring lo purchss'. There has alwaya been worse if the ttory and probably fatally wounded George DAXJ'lLt.B FLANiXO HILL V 232-ev. Mr J. II. Vagen, Jr., died on the J, .v. JlEXXfKK, 8. I.. C. Dan rl Hi. Ky. Mimes Zca and Jex.mi: Bauoiiuan, of the antiquated inhabitant it worthy of Delph, a coal bank bitt, who etruck him 23th nil. at hit retidence ic Indianapolit. credence. over the head. of IVoyle, are visiting Mrt. 6. H. Iliugh He had quite a number (f relatives in thit man. Mahkiaue In the presence of a gaping In tLe County Court yesterday Clerk county and Boyle and was widely known 'aTk-lWiirr Mn. Jamb Dkkto.v and wife, of Som- crowd Judge lirown united the dettiniea of IJUine reported the arsesor't books ex- for hit many good traitt of character. Mar amined, corrected and approved and an erset, are gunit of Mr. and Mrs. T M. Mr Joseph Hawkins and Mitt Docia Mrt. Liuie I'herigo, wife of Georjre R Saturday afternoon., order wat given on the auditor for the Pherigo, died at the home of Mr. O. J. Pennington. tin nt the court-housMiw. Mahtiia McAusTEnanddungh-ters- , Mr. Hawkins, alto known aa Parmer, ia a payment of the work, A further tubtcrip-tioNewland, Saturday, after a thott illneta of IPHARMACISTS of $2 000 to aid in building a bridge consumption, need ?bout -- C year. She Mi we Jtnnie and Mattie, nre visiting widower with teven children and hityonng 17 viar of age, it a titbride, who it only over Dix Kiver, on the Stanford and km a member of the Eiptial Church nnd -- DKALSM relative here. IM- In this connection Preachertville turnpike half to be paid out an excellent, worthy chrittian womtn Mk. (ironnr II. Hitvcr ha gone out ter to hit first wife. Books, the capable and for a week or two in the interest of Buell't Jot. Cain withet ut to tay that the report of thia year's levy nnd half out of 1S85 that he ran oil with Mist Dccia it false; For the Carpenters Btntion nnd Moreland did her part well and her three little chil boot and tho. Phytyclans' prescilptlone accurately; compound. Mih Kmza llAUnio, looking unuual that when she did leave however he did all turnpike $500 per mile was voted Sheriff dren, all Eirlt, will aadly mitt her minis-terin- tj Also in his power to make her return. He Menefee gave hit check for $548 99 the aaaiVtsjHna7' "'"M"""" iVja . if ly well, i up from Iouitville, on a vitit to care and love. Mty tho Gad of the JEWEriEHSlT" tayt he would not leave hit wife for any amount found to be due the county by fatherless watch over and protect them. btr fathtr't lamily. earth. one on Attorney CNrpenter. Mr. Menefee renewed The funeral tervicee were held at the Rap-ti-- Mim A.sxir Lai'Ha IUnky returned hit bond Hstherill with S. P. Cowan and church Sunday afternoon by Itev. J veterdav item Midway, win re the hat Largest Slock of Matches, to the Concert to be given by Craig Lynn at tecurities Seven county M. Bruce, after which the remains were inbem attending rollege. Clocks, Jewelry & SIlTcnvarf ladies of the Female College tothe young Mis-ijSai.uk a m Macioii: McKon night tut been reduced to 25 cents. The bonds of $500 each having been paid they terred in Buffilo Cemetery. Eter brought tnthh market. Prices Lower tbL the Lowest. Watcher, Clocks and Jewelry E. of the court. ektu, of I'onville, luve ben vititine their programme contittt of a number of fine vo-c- tl weredeetreyed in the s RELIGIOUS. ralrcd on short notice and Warranted it reourcet the county't MMle, Mr John C McKnherlt. a Fes- Counting out and instrumental telectiont and Rsv J M. Bruce will preach at Ml. Ml.a Hisik Dhye, of Ututouville, tival of the Seatont, in which "the young debt it now only $7,000 The toll tax wat fixed at $1 per poll and the property tax Xenta tchool-hoot- e next Sunday at 3:30 took the K. C.Stturday, for North Uiiit'j will apear in appropriate costumes at 20 cents on the $100. Mestr. . W. v m. n, where cho wnt to attend a hop. The Commencement exercises Wednesday Dr. Brjaminll3iworth Smith, pretid- Ml I.U'ha K:i.u:u,of Ifarrodtburg, night include a salutatory address by Mist Brown, K H.Bronaugh, D. It. Carpenter the pretlr titter of Mr. (Iro. C. Keller, Jr, Annie Alcorn; esys by Mi'tes Belle Tyree, and (i P. Briuht were aiqointed a com- ing bithop of the I'rotettant Epitcoral v'0 yesrt. He mi of this iffice, is visiting Mrs. Porter Stage. Jennie Crane, Li I lie Shelton and Mary mittee lo have (he house, recently burned Church, it dead, Bpel at one time Superintendent of Inttruction rebuilt. Resolution on Littu: Hubert Huche, a ptintrr in Gully and the valedictory by Mies Ellen at the the death of Squire Peyton were ordered in thit State. the otHee of hii father, Kditor M. I). Billou, the only full gradutte. During the pretenl rentury 150,0('0,-00- 0 to be spread upon the records and published Hughes, at LinciMer, was in to tee us yrt WHOLESALE AND HETAIL- Jury Hale was tried before Judge in the Intejiiou JornNAL and the. court copiei of the Bible have bfen printed terday. We have now in 220 different language? Mn. Wallace P. Vaiino.n it back Brawn, Saturday, for the cowardly offense adjiurned. of shooting a borte belonging to Peter 5,750 minion Matinnt in heathen landt, from h'edalii, Mo., on n brief visit to hit JunOE M J DemiAM tpake here yetter-da- y 3-T,CDC2tt'EZ- j& with 0G00 erdained raunnariis. Thit friends. He it beginning to be very much Gill. I; teetnt that both men claimed a to a very targe and attentire audience. pjtiure and that Hale had attempted to n tenfold increase in e'ghty years. in love h1i the Wett. He begun by replying lo Gov. McCreary'a drive Oill'i stock our, but he prevented Thirty-twyeart ago the State Btptht Col T. W. Vahno.v won the craxy argument that Madison hadn't had a ConAND DEALERS IN Aftociaticn held il lr.'t meeting among by Mits L'rxic tlormley, of whereupon Hale fired on the horet, filling gressman for 35 quilt made yeais. That there wtre eth- tbe people of Glatgow Alinoet an aveiage hit hide with ahot, though not tenoutly Crib Orchard, xnd he carriet himtelf with damiging Jhim. Under the law the, er counties that hud never had a Congress- lifetime patd aay before it met with ut ttill greater dignity than ever. maiming h borte it man and he believed that Lincoln county RKain. Onlv a few of the minitters who Dk. John M Peh.nii U up from charge of injuring and punishable with a fine of not let than $10 wn entithd to it this time and he had told attended that atnociation were wiih ut last Loui-vilHo has been few diy. for only aspiiaat from Lincoln that if he $1,000, or imprisonment in the week. Eldert W. W Gardner and 8. L given charge i.f the fre tlifpentnry of the or more than would make the rice he (Judge D ) would the county jail not Im that one nor more Helm are the only rrtu ho now tuggest college and will return to attend to it cfnl-wahave til, with a few than 12 months or both, and Hale was held not run. Gov. M. had accused him themtelven. The during the reulIor. running for office, but the Governor joined tl e treat t!lent majority to answer under bond of $100 He put up exceptiont, -- Mfmi" 15 M llCHUCTT, W.O Proctor with the trustee of the had made two races to hit one. It had beyond the river How tntnr ef u will be of iho ipf..rd, I.nnc.e er t..e amount in cash and U V. 'tt. been argued that btciute the Governor had here when the Smie Rt)tit Artociation jury fund and wai released. A Dinville rVi .u..o Co , were here ytt money he was the person to nominate. He again meett in Glito' f.mei. get the Lincoln Telephone terday, trying to For the first time in yeart we are enn didn't have much money, but he had never Co , to ri'ii'didate with them under the hits) to chronicle that n Commencement b- eti defeated yet LAND. STOCK ANU CHOP He believed in the name of the Central Kentucky Telephone Sundy patted without the usual wetting strict construction of the constitution, the A. T. Nunudlev ! nuht of J. M. HidCo. of the pretty garments thai are alwar onlr preservation of State rights. There den 300 theep Ht at 2 each. Hanx.v Paik nnd Pannie brought out on that day. Bright, clear and are no implied powers granted by constituMice J. M. Hnil told to Tom Wood 39 McKinney, of M'. Salem, Misses Susie ple.vnnt it was a lovely SumUr for the oc- tion, never during hit term of office, had he -wethert, theared.at 3ctntt, and n cow for INCLUDING THE- Yeager, Nannie Wood, Mattie Harlan and casion and people for miles around einbrac voted to give railroads the public landt, exMore-lan- d S.illie Yeager. of Danville, Misses Judith ed the opportunity to attend and hear the cept the right-c- f way, and never voted for Hutching & Krsnt 3ld to Wm. and Mollie King, of Crab Orchard, and Kv. P. T. Hale, of Danville, preach a cap- a subsidy. Congress hn no right to lend for J. D Embry oC head 1.25G pound MIs! Stella Marktberry, of Iiuicater, nre ital sermon to the young Indict of.Stanford the public money. He voted against lend- tlop cattle at f 5 35 the guests of Misses Khoda and Kathleen Female College. The Opera Houte was ing money to the Philadelphia Centennial, U. A. Swinebrod has juit returnsd from Cjiirier Journal. of Hull lilted from stage to gallery and a hand-am- for which lie was criticised, but if he had Tennettee where he bought a about 3 cents per pound. er, belter dretted crowd it seldom teen. been in Congress would have voted against feeding cattle at LOCAL MATTERS. B. G. Fennin;ton bought of Jno. GenThe teachers and rcholart reached their lending money to the New Orleans ExpoFjiksii vegetables at S. S. Myers. horte mules about 11 and thortly sition. Pmlteribly opposed to Federal try, of Rockcartle, 0 2 year-olplacet on the ttage CO lambs In Sam Owens - afterwards a hainn sung by the school aid to public school'; it it but a dodge of at $00, and told Canned goods very low at T. It. Walopened the eervicet. Rev. Mr. Pollitt, of the protectionists to keep up the high tariff at 51 cents, loth June delivery. ton's. A shortage cf a einjle crop is excuie Mayaville, led in prayer and then after an- tix; wanted tix kept on whisky and manu SOLE AGENTS FOR The only genuine "Betsell Carpet Sweep- other hymn Mr Hale announced that he factured tobacco till public debt ia paid and enough for the average farmer to refute to er" nt Bright A CurranV. had selected Mark 1 1.8 at the batit of hit then if practicable raise the banner of free nav anvthinc when it comet due. Such The finest and best chewing and smok- remarks: ''She hath done what the could." trade; was against a bjnkrupt law of any nn attitude toward creditors inany other South-Bon- d ing tobaccos in Stanford can be found at He eloquently spoke of the great good that kyid; the insolvent laws of the different line of business would be denounced in S.S.Mvor-.'- . could be accomplished in the world by true States are sufficient; favored the bill intro- the most emphatic terms. Now that a duced by McPberton to ullow the banks to large number of the frmera of the North-wet- t women and of the influence of evil a heart-leGkass tcythet, enath, hayforks, tad frivolity exert issue dollar for dollar instead of 90c to the nre in independent circumstanctt, woman of fathion and diet Grain Cradles, Ac, at W. II. dollar and in favor of unlimited coinage of would it not be well for tbem to apply the ed. Woman'n sphere waB not at the ballot-bothe lawyer's detk nor the preacher's silver and the ure of silver certificates to ordinary rules of butinefs to their vocation? at the Opera Houte the annu- stand, bjt hcr't wat n nobler and higher take the place of the $200,000,000 of bonds Northwestern Lumberman. al concert and to morrow night the regular mission. She could by a holy, chrittian that mature in five year-- ; favored a tariff Yesterday was about an average conrt n commencement exercise and another life do more for tho improvement and ad- for revenue only; the Morrisjn bill was a day both in sales of stock and in other of the Stanford Ferualo College will vancement of the world than by any of step in the right .direction; the Chicago trantactions. The auctioneers report from be numbered with the patt. thete. It wat in the power of every wo- convention rhould put tuch a plank in tit 200 to 300 common cattle on the market something to that end and he platform. He dUcussed the tariff at tome Gpt. II. T. Bush tsaya that beet told at ArTEi: our forma were printed, washed man to do 1 cents. hoped that of each of tboe he addressed length nnd very ably; believed the "Old 1 to 5 cents and inferior at 3 to and pirtly distributed lttt Friday, it wa was livelier and fj'iicker than for might he finally atd, "She hath done Ticket" would sweep the couutry like wild Trade found tint our edition wna short about it . . , , courts. Ni mules or hortes. Capt. other matter what the could." The addreit lasted near- fire and thought it would be nominated. tevcral 100, to we had to tnbtlitute ly nn hour nnd wn littened to with oloteet Tne ipeeoh wan well received and several of Jake Higgint sold a lot of milk cows at and put the paper to prea again, Thit ; &Xj.Tji attention by the hOO people who tat or the audieiiae complimented the Judge on $t!S to $05; 11 yearling at ;23 and one pair will account for the unusual make up of mules, only ones otl'ered,for 5200. tt'.ood within the Hjund of his voice. its being the best of hit life. toiae cf the pipers ent out. LANkKtmis Garden Seeds at Venny A McAllMtrV Jos. iIaah Hog Cholera Cure. Penny A McAlitter role agent. Clou your account with Penny A ly rath or note. Soka water with piuo fruit flavors at Mcltoberts A Slagg's. Bkan.) new atock of every thing in Hit jewelry line at Penny A McAllattr't, Hohxt, cattle, theep and poultry. pow der for tale hy McKobtrlt A Btagg. Nrwakidee of ready mixed palnta for spring traie at McHoberta A Bttgg't. Watch ca, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlitter. Kon 8a. k, a new upright.J. A C. Pitcher piano. Apply at Interior Jopanal of er Oun Lancaster reporter sent tit n letter Kiiakkek, the photornplicr, has con. for thin issue hy hand, but the thoughtless eluded to remain with na for a time yet. . fellow took it back to him Instead of leav-ir- s Lots of frames at Shaffer's gallery. it here. m Brine the family along nnd don't foigel The Lincoln Mills propertTi which rot the hahy. over $25,000 and which Siiafff.h will make a specialty of copy- $16,000, sold yesterday to wat appraised at the First Nation ing work nnd family Koupt while he real Hank, thp principal creditor for $10,000. mains here. The May Festival given by Misses Ma-r- y Ilitixu your old pictures nnd have them Kny and Lydia Lwis in the woodland enlarged while you can do no at home. of Mr, Geo. P Bright at the close of their Shafler warrants nil hit work. school last Friday, ia spoken of in high Sl'AHic, the man charged with killing terms by those who nltendcd. We regret deputy marshal Killion, and Graves, nn that wo were unable to accept the kind inaccetory, were arrested and at their trial, vitation to be present Saturday, in London, were held in $500 We are glad to know that the assigneach to ainwcr before the Circuit Court ment of J. O. Dunn A Co., at Richmond, If feme of the Mateuienta are true, Killion win not on account of embaratument of tne is not as much deaervlng of sympathy 3a firm, but simply lo close out a butine'H in was at first alleged. which the partners could not agree. Mr. Dunn ttill continued hi large indivfdual A Tlti:oi.O(UCAL student at Georgetown, tewing machine trade who is ptrticuiarly f nd of writing to . now you can cave 50 IJememiiek that by burinc your coal per'cent. Bright & Currnn agents. Sr.T ADYEItTISEUESTH. R. C. UltADLEY, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Has nioTtil his nipentrr iliop Id town ami Is doit An election of one Truttee in each dis- liiaCt(.ilMate for resdy st all tltnes hi do rarnwilerlng, house build-la- f, Corners tn Hie 8th Dlilrlct iO-li- n rearlnp, Ac. (allot! blin. trict will occur next Saturday. While ut.Jecttothe will of the Ileuiociacy. voters vote only for white Truttees and JAMKS It. McCICKAKY colore! only for one of their race. It a Candidate for Concrws In the Klehtli '",,c,, The frost of Friday morning does not lut.ject to the will ol the Uemwricr. NEVER ItEATEN 12V A TEST. teem to have injured anything worth t peak ing of. A very ftw of the tenderer vegeII OX. A. O. TAIaBOTT Fire Hundrrd Dollar In r.nl.l at iv, Kipoaitioniti itsi.ihe highest award errr given tables werotlightly nippwl b'lt no damage iIi?.CA?uIJl',f0'r fon" lu this '"i'Kbfet lo 1S3, for tothftctlon ol the democracy. u"",gl",UD" hxKsltlon, LoulaTllle, Ky..award at tbefomhtrn whatever wat done the wheat. tbe Traction and Koail EiiRinf Parties dt Hiring tat to buj Knglnea.gepuatoraandSaw Mm. will Tilden it emphatlcilly the phoice of '' ' J- - "- - HOrUFIt, Stanford, tr" ' Or UOCKbK & ASimi&UX, the people of this county. There are a 0 no Kail Mtln St. LoulMille, Ky few for McDonald and one for Randall 2"-,but the large majority nre for the Sage K.FAIllllH. of Grammercy Park, first last and all the I am In receipt of (he handsomest and mcit comtime. JUDGE M. J. DUJCHAiH Peerless Traction Engine. n..i..n J Mil. W. II. Milleii did not prets the $200 appropriation for the Exposition dis- OPERA HOUSE, STANFORD. TO THE LADIES plete line of KY young ladles, hnt just been roped in by a young man here, who has been corretpond Ing with him over the tignatnre of "Lizzie D ," and he now feels, no doubt, that he ought to have been reading his bible instead of yielding to the vanities of the flesh. play, yesterday, ti the justice thought they had no authority to to make It. Besides there wat contiderable opposition on the outside. W. P. WALTON, - . Proprietor. 8 SPEING AND SDMMEE MILLINERY I haveeer bandied, to wnlch I Intlte your attention. I am sure wr'8!!?!?;?'0, Prtl.wnPlrt.aelaof capacity, Having taken unusual care in ila selection. that an xamination will prove mutual-l- y advantageous dle reeacall. 1TH.U Ttwrr.r in trwr 2t2.t fetanford, Ky. For Sale? PLANING MILL COMPANY Blind, 'J" Sheriff's Sale m p.r tr ln?' sw 1ST & r.Vir.J"eJu:.",.P"l': Hut-tonvill- Building Material Farming JLumber !t Mi n VAtt step I Drugs, Stationery and Fanoy Artiolea. tt Mid-dlrlo- BRIGHT -- CURRAN, oor-hous- e, I o le HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implements, gies, Wagons, Bug- - car-loa- d d Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies anc Carriages. and Hamilton Plows, Sole et Hig-Bln- Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning- Plows, x, To-nici- ht see-tio- Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Ewns Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; AT BED ROCK PRICES. Also Assents for Walici' A. Wood Harvesting 3(aeliiue.s; N Mr. Henry A Small Locomotive lies just completed O.l City, The downfall of Grant & Wnril, of New Case, of S4U l(. York, rec.il lit to miuie old citizens of vigo-r- the smallast locomotive ever uuide, it bememories the collapse f Grant & ing but eight inches lout; and weighing but Haw Grant A Boggs Old Basinets. rnuFKSSlOKAL UCRDKTT. !., 3F"03Ft J, TV. SSOWlf. u DUIIDBTT & BIIOWN, .ITL'OUNISVS A.X J I H. VV , Biggs, of St. Louis. The latter business a pound and a half Three roars have MT. VKHNON, KV. I There eitastropbo came after the failure in fann been devoted to its construction. A. ALEX. ANDERSON, LOUIS VI LLgfrrMSHVlUE K.H.J are 5S5 screws in the engine. The steam ing DANrlLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. A.TTOlUVEVIIA.'r IaA.V, W'JU aijWJp Grant, after throwing up his commission guage is but one fourth of an inch in di- WU"f IT "WHftl i UillJr"! "pedal judge, on DANVILLE, KY., THK GREAT Mr. J. V. Yerk, in the army, while serving in Oregon, came ametur, the check valves in the pump are Will prsctlceln the Courla of Boyle and adjoining THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL Moodif tuormoB decided the forcible de on to 8t. Louis, and there was an under- one sixteenth ol au inch in diameter, the counties tad in tbe Court of Appeals, And the LjuliTllle tilnor cvw of Robert Wood vs. J S. Moore s'anding between his father and bis wife's headlight is only half au inch in width, J. n. FIB1I. In fivor of the defendant. father that he waa to ret up na a farmer. seven eighths of an inch high and three Courier-Journ- al .Vt iliiw. And Maitr Comralailoner Kockcittls Circuit Cour, Jno. P. Warren aold on Friday to J. C, Dent njjreed to furnish the farm and old eighths of an inch long The fire is kinMT. VKUNON, KV. One year for ontjr 81 two pip" for little heifere at o cento Johnson 15 2 J ear-olWilt more ttuu iu price of one. Mr. Grant was to stock it. Liter on dled by using a gill of alcohol, which tion! a prsctle la the Kockcutl Courti. Collecn specialty. Office la IMJ Bime dealer sold to "Pappy" Gray 10 year-liGrant found himself settled in a runs the engine for half an hour. Hr paring u M you will receive fur one year caWei at $28.25 each. IiBE HUFFMAN. your home paper with the CourUrJournl, the lo? house on the Gravois road. The stock, woman named Floyd fires on record iu The most destructive rrprroeniatlre ntwipaper of the riouth, democratA young calored consisting of a lot of potatoes, came along HTANFOKD. KY. a Urllf for rereuue only, and th for occurred iu 1S71 Office South tide Main Btreet, two doora abort ic and for and ablett faiu'ly weekly in the I uiled cime to town and enterml it complaint brlgbleit later in the season. They were unloaded, the history of the world thoMTors Hotel. Pel inn n Htatpx. Thoe who doilrf to examine a Mtnple ugalrut Jauua Chicago, loss SU2.0dO.OOO, and at Paris, VureMtroui Oxide criminal On administered wbsn re- ropy oi me left on the levee, and Crone. This was the at uo ) ai iui omev quired. loss $2(50,000,000. The loss at Moscow The Ce i set for trial to day. start in life Grant got as a farmer. Without Change andwithSpeed Unrlyaled 1312 was $160,000,000 The Biston tire in Mi Sallie Danford, one of the graduUK. V. D. PENNY. Left to his own development of agricultuenter! 1872 cost $75,000,000, and hal is known SHORTEST DoullMl. AND QUICKEST ROUTE ate! of Caldwell College, thia year, ral tastes, he took to hauling in wood and STANFOKIVKENTITKY. rOU Ut.'SVILLCTJTIIC tained her aister graduate, those of Bell sailing it. It was when the farming experi aa the Great London fire of 1GGG coit $53,- Office nrer Itobt.S. This notice forewirm Seminary and a few other friends, Friday ment bad proved a failure and Grant had 652,500. The losses at Babylon, Nineveh, from 8 toll a.m. and 1I.rtts'i itoro. Office hourl tramp not lo trpm on htinteri, nihermen and to 5 r. u. Antithetic our lands without .l ralnlHoml whn Carthage, Ac , can only be conjectured. night from 8 to 11 o'clock. at all such acU are liable to be prucecutrd surveyor, to the full eiteatof the Uw. of the been refused the appointment of A'Tea"giTen by the ladies HUntord, Ky March 17th, 1MI. 8l(ned PIINM1M WHO Wilhoat ch.Dgs to for which he made application to the counGambling dos-- not pty. The two most r,H,Ly"M. PinC Ksthv MsmphU. Ous IcCormsck. P. MJKIltrlrk. Sicond Prwbyterian church at the resi- ty court, that be moved to the city and important elements Kock, Moatfousry, Atlanta, Sarsaoab, A. W. Carpenter, II. T. Hush, of gambling are rcoun-drelisJatkssnvllls, Mobile, and Msw Urlssas. C. Hlshon. Mr. and Mr. J. J. Craig Friday went into r. iuid, dence of the real estate and brokerage snd duplicitv. Gambler are eiK. Cobb, llubhls, evening waj well attended. Tne proceeds business to regular cuitomen every morn- - lllntns Kelly, K D. Rhodes, BEST ROUTE T0FL0RIDA rascals or simpletons. In gambling I will itellrer Ice ther W C. McCormaea, II. u. A J y Oovrr. the beneBt of nmounted to $13 and ate for In Palace Cars Without CI sng The no one win except the prinre of darkners The firm was Grant A Boggs. M li l.ytle. u I Carter CENT II. J. W. VVeaiherford, T. I the church. junior partner was a re'atlve of Gov, Money changes hands, and the man who SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Win. Iturtoti, C. Vmioy, Accouiitidueat the elxe ol eac h mouth or hen J. A. IlsrrK Mr. ElCorrigin, of Kinw City, the Boggs and also connected with the Dent Frosa LculsUMe In I'alacelars withont change J !i. Murphy, alwajs wins at gambling will finally wiu a a cuilomer quit. V. W. Carter, M. Hill. was here J. owner of Freeland and Modeaiy, u. k. it. tit no u: r"d. Carter, 2i7.ir family. They opened an office on Pine necktie and a free exit from this world. J. II. McAlIster, Stsklne homes Iht EMIGRANTS tin of this roaJon will J, D.Jones, 8unJay looking at a fine filly In charge of street, just above Second, and some propT. J. Foeter. Rev. T. Parry. Montgomery M. White, apeciai iow ralea J,q T. Heady. The filly 1 out of Cati-n- a erty wis put into their hands. Cpt. Dress-Makin- g! He Maailton Ag.au of this l.impsny ror rates, routes V. K. Msrcum, Mrs.J.J. Mon-rl- y. Millinery & Ac., or write Vi. H Amon M. T. Kuwell. C. P. ATJrOrtf , G. P. L . A. The celebrated race horse "Oath," fsll by Ten Broek. He left Monday mornFrank McFarrahan and other old real es II. J, Dsrst A U. Newlsnd, "' Loulivllla. K. tm-lyr- ) A.T MoKINNEYl ing for Lrttonia. tate men remember the firm from attempts and broke his neck while running on the Washington. Now if the celebratMr. A. P. Bruce, of the .firm of Bruce at transactions with them, and from the track at A PRIZE fni '"".' ,9t P0'1 and rrrelva I hsva received a full Use of every vsrlttyof Traa.M.rk. MVRKAY'.H Nl'KCll'IC', box of ds, ,,,t'ree,asx.ty fo Mute jimeywhich & Harlan, ucinfiard to hi room at the utter lack of ides on business matters ed liar of the same title could bo induced Millinery, end Invite en Inspection of the some will he p, oreiiUerses right jmhla Canon, i tl is w,.r I lurtuns to make a rapid tun on a slippery track Ml9 l will mslit me who Is lirst expert lis the lTIic (Jrcnt KnglUli Itctiteilv, awit t it amrvtbii CIesa.HH lIoue with rheunntUni. Capt. which Grant showed. ilj(loots ji I pn w .rkert alt ....... RU .i aSi i, .. VU. til.r. II l.l'.ll. L II Uiliton, for the pat: five years a JIHS.Jl. . T IKuiney, Ky ureal many very low sts ii. ,. Phil Fercuon, who was then publishing with the same good f r'.tne. It a polllve i' r for WesV Meuio dress T KACo.A M .'Il.lt rr, lx. of llraln 1'iwer Nervous eltiziii of Jeflifj n ciuaty, Colorado, ar a paper, tells of Koingto pe Grant about infidels would strive mighty hard to believe .'(uiln'l V,Viie., Vance-bur- g rived Monday and wat warmly welcomed the purchasing of a job ofSce which hid that prayers are cftiaiw answered lniotency. i nd deneral of Wrights Indian Veoetable Pills ! I ! l'owerol the Ueberstivr. Urisns, Courier. rou tii by many otd friends. Capt. Rilaton waa been put in the firms hands to sell. He tbillnw a a i ftnl all iIIm..im Ihst Bsfr lJusr. uuenc ol voulhful Imprudeoc oi for a ourabjr Jof yesra the he id of the found the senior ptrtner not at the office, Some one aaks the liotton Transcript on II. KINNAIHD lb. eiceoa ol matured years, such TraJ.M.rk. prlaiiry ileptrtmint oflCentre College and but after a search, and when he did so it what exxuion the ezpreneion, "Bjr the Feels great anxiety for the pe'pl of Stanford and as Universal lassitude. Pain In ths taca, DimneM of Vlslou, 1'rems. Lincoln county and promises lo do the fair thing for a time eJit-o- of the Kentucky Tribune. wts with no satisfaction Although they Eternal," waa ueed by General Jackaon for lure Old Are, snd many otrerdls-ease- s And al. Bilious them If they will Insure with him In either that lead to Insanity er Aa Miu Maggie Rowland and two had the property and it waa for sale, It in anawered that this waa the General' The London A Lancashire Insurance Co , of In all cue. of Ketuiln Liverpool, whose assets ire U.2M,0O0, or othsr young ladies were taking a horse- Grant was unable to present the terms or favorite oath, and that he used it on every Weakness the HpecISc acu Ilka a 171, or The Royal, ot Liverpool, aisots fading shof Manchester, aete over f,- - chsrm, restoring loss or The back ride Saturday etrenirj(?,''Mia .Row- the condition of the stuff, so tLat the print- important cccsnion. when swearing aeemed ot, giving to the eyo a brilliant 000,000, and spsrkllng beauty, lo the cheek land' horoe turned the corner of Main er could form any conclusion as to what be to necefMrr, during tbe whole active fl'e jiromiit lo ;ay all toJta from ifiiy ('ot,uiMeii the My UlcKwia of health. After Takia IS', and Fourth street too suddenly throwing he was trying to buy or what he waa ex- part of hi lif. ulll (.i, Ime, Murray's Specific Is sold hj sll DruaU'sts at Write to him or call on him at Lancastsr.JKy. II per package, or six packages for 13, Also by her with such violeno to the ground as to pected to pay for it. & If your face, neck and hards are sunburned or mail, pottage free, on receipt of price arVull particulars In pamphlet, which will t came spectator to fear ahe might be In short the senior partner was without loflaniel, bsthe them with Paplllon Hkla Cure, mslletl frM to every sppllcauu Address a.i com. Chicago injuied. Such waa not the cue business sense. In a few weeks the real It will allay tbe Inflitunut' linttinMr Foriale uuolcatlnns to the le tusnufictur-t- i. RKraaaicKTS however and afier a few minute ahe and estate and brokerage firm of Grant A Boggs at McRoberts A Slaji'a .until a y Mf.im im: vo Ms. KsnitsCllr. T.'fK OAJM LIr. KvNNINu her companion) resumed their ride. Fold InManford by 1'rnny A McAlnter and all If you bare a cold In yourbeaj, boon in a draft wss classed with tbe past and the senior cV Drurx'sls evervwher. Hon. A. G. Talbolt informed your went to Galena to join his father in the and bare the remit of your Imprudence annoying Cars! AaTlila I'KTia A Co , Wholesale Atenls, your comfort, Intuttlate with a few applications of Louisville, K., Cincinnati, 0 and Indianapolis, Louisville, Ky. correspondent Monday morning that owing tannery. A Sons'. I.ker llros ', ANII iiilW TRAI.N1 Paplllon Catarrh Curo and you wilt be relieved at Ind .dealenlnStetnwsy Vose A oni', llsldwln A Haines', J.AC Fischer, to tits ill heilth of hli daugh'er, Mr?. Co ' t'otts- -, I'prUht an 1 tqusre I'tano Kortei, Training Tomato Vise?. The fo'KvT once For sale by Me Roberts A stajjg. Hamilton LOUISVILLE Cecil, who in absent from hom and whom alotlie Lttey, shonlner and terms to Orxins TO CHICAGO ing plan has been recommended and ?x Wo have n rer lie ir X of such suit p cures of Instruments suld at prices and he expect to visit frequently during the tensively tried: Set in even rows -- time Coughs In chlldif acdsdultsai nwvelous Cough twn'l give your orders till you get our Papl'lon, ii The sire cf (rollers, roadtleri, and more fnrr summer, that he his determined to with- feet apart. As soon as large enouch, hill Cure produc-- s Vou should have a bottle in yoar prices and terms. Ijiitun horses than sny mber stal- In and house In caviof need. For sale at Su'cPb r's A tlwe to Ui. tb, ef..ing ira u .f the AtoHM draw from the content for the democratic . n of I lion In Kenturkv. will make the well, and close to each plant drive a f irkd tbr .gd i n lie KnoS IWuU- aid lour milts west of Slanloid, dirsi ti nominatiou for Cjngreu in this district. I li k pile, snd will perulttct t nnr u.aies Cririir.itlc, Iranfor.lMill, stick, leaving about three feet above Ltraiello at Iheexlrtiuely hiw price ofl. I'lesra. a ur !' In withdrawing he returns iris thanks to ground. On the forks tie long pjlfs firmanil ChlfAKti nltliout rlmuvc. tolninre l'srllr.g with the uisre f .rfers ili in friends throughout the district for their ly. To these train tbe vines, tying with -surance. Hols en (icellent brerler an J a sure TIMUTABLK.. fuel cetler tlrws furnished st li par month cordial pledge of support. BTaHOM, Dili Due care tsken to prevent sctldents or eaciprt, strings, and nip off the shoots that grew any rur but will not I Jas. Crawford, who was sent to the too far above them. By this means evtry 'rom Nrrvons.Clironlr sod Rlocx! Diseases, E. H. BURNSIDE, Lva. fvil.TllI I'KPK.XKK -.- SullllT Is ? II n tsij MUm IltOCKInlOl AMI lei Brsslss sod Heart Affections, rait Asylum ten days ago came home Thursday .. I 91 am blsck, with smsll stsiand two bite feel. It hands Arr 1 01 piu fruit will be fine, free from mud, even Ifervems) Debility, Broken lIXssvts Lisar. " Crawfunititif. I Inch high, : U i m J M pin lef. Weakness ol the Klttsseye.Ulnil. saying the Anchorage authorities paid no when heavy rains fall, and the vines keep " '.a'ayett 1 II Well - Known beautiful headfine man. and tail. gx --Iwnr Mrlt " Chicago sod nevk. exeheul sliou'dsr, Thia Old derWk rjrlsstu-- O nrau.uk yourilruKKlsl for sni I It pin and loin attention to his cae and had in fact done in bearing till late in the autumn, Tl a "Mam I M em Hotol Still Maintaina its guarantee In fsrt fsultleis Ina sytametry snd will Tfc. . Xr. CTTVH. XV.tMCIFlO K0. 13, SCOTT'S . therodoeent live stallion of WOrUJItNBWNtO nothing since be had been there except to plants are more prolific, and but little a llter dlsislllon, and this, quslltles he almu.1 High I" Isci.nsln. M noeits. Iowa As an evld.ur. invailalilv Imparls lonis progeny A- turn him into a big enclosure with a lot of fruit is lost, aa it is often the case when the ror Jirtr-e- luS.rm.u .MrwM that be will produce, vsry fil twisrs w Sen erosl AN w..., ai,i,but,lt, ',A, on kokI tnsrrs is the Iscl Ihsl soms of his verr lunatics. When Jim returned he obtained vines rest on tbe ground. In case of early 2. Ky spenlleat rolls have uolhlng but a Kir Wsllacwdsm Its Proprietor ii Determined that lo recommend thatu Thlsofits.il Is conclusive a small sum of money with which he frjsts double sheets of newspapers hung A BLOOD, BRAIN & NERVE tfOMC. prool tbat the seed comes it Shall be Second to no Conn try thscoldrst.bloodetl mate, infrom tha sire rtuuieof bought a puiot ana oegan practicing at a over the trellises will protect the toma If I our DractUt does ooi ksepllMkhln toordarll th.laad bav.prcaluc-e- t Hotel in the State in its Fare, forroa. SI. per bottle. Ceea.Beeraiidlroa target. He was arrested and put in all toes till all are gathered. fast cot Is by hi to Mr Alex Johnson says "I Is ths UreaUst Medloal Dleovf7 of modem loses. Appointment!, or Attenhave hsndled more of Nobby', t Its than soy tusn, Tot paapbles.wtth fall pvtlcalafi. wldms until the aayium officials send for him. and they are all last ' Mr U'ra. IWI says "no tion to Comfort of OHAS.W. SCOTT M.B., KnnaClty, Mo. i)Ine-tJreU- H An Ooikrvation Cab. TbeCbeaapeake better rosditers lira." Mr l'urdom has ou. with their Oneits. Vt Br. SCOTTSZirXU PLLLH. Ilouie.M the Federal and Con fed The groves of little handling that Is trotting his mile In 2 M, and Ohio baa been making extensive prep ' snd says "no better cIom of horses can b4 found crate dead in the cemetery were decorated & Mr y. U. Nunes rosd lor any arations to care for iU immense summer aadfrowtbe da of lbetu,audeveryisys no seller Is loo long KusmI's Datxafs wlllseivjd toacfommodatl " Warren on by Major Robert Anderson, Post No. 15 G. rn Nobby uisdc a record ota 1 IS sndAAA .old to W .C. free of chares. Kaaelal was travel; and in order that touriata may realraoM to CosansrelalTravslsra. Tas Har will A. R.Friday evening. There was aa open-in- z V.I. L.THini, ..I.I. ,.ik ..i,wv II Vlk ..iiiif, r.ir. . alwaja aipplisd with tha rholeasi , . cvuld give numbers of tesllnionlsls from the best rnfra? .- by Cipt.S. M. Boone, of Som ize to the fullleat extent the msjeitic beauaddress sit kraads of Liquors aad Clears. uvuiuiaj iu an romt3 honamen of our rcuntry commending Nobby lo New TJEOlItYTBK tha favorable consideration of all lovers of cool eret, muiio an 1 thesjag "My Country i ty of the scenery in the canyons of North, Eajt.Weit & Southwest. horses, but will 1st tb abov sutSc. Kisinlne the pictureaqueneaof the Greenbriar, of Thee," then an address by Col. R. L. river, the horse, and If you an dlipose.1 loglr hint your Fast Lin ilelwr.ii patronage I wl'l guaraute valurecelve. for your then music and an ad- and the grandeur of the passage of tbe tiwell, of Laurel; o money. Nobby Is bvUarrard Chlsf, ha by Allezhenies, an observation car has been Chief, he by Memhrlno raymaster, ha by LK.YINGTO.V A dress by Col. Stmuel F Spencer, of Greens-barconstructed, which will fiord an unob- ) Mambrlno. he by Imp Mcwenger Usrrard Chlel s The graves wera then decorated, afS:hduUln EffKtMay II ISji dam, IXilll lilion, by I rank, i dim by Aratus, structed view of the glorious scenery for g damhy Ilsnibletonlan, g g, e. dim by Dln- ter which there was more music and the which the route is famous. The car will nini.. diidt suam a inurougoorei mar formero. 4, No. 6 Th'oTTT benediction by Rev. H. J. Berry. ly owne.1 by if. V ltobtoson, of Usrrard county d Dslly w-be attached to the Washington Expreas it. it. vitou: liaily nun ftisiir The claw of 1831 of Cantre College Hun. at Kanawha Falls at breakfast, and run to 9 id p u II !u Lv. Covington . Ime fued upon June 18th for a reunion of to Clifton Forge, where u 2 CO p m dinner is taken. Falmouth llpta l,io 3 M pm tha clan Tts place of meeting will be Cynthlana 10 1" pW 11 FACTS aECASDIHS III , 4 4 p ui The appointment of the car are complete Arr T'r'j 4 10 Hotel and the programme a grand iu II w, i, u a 17 p m Gilcher's Leslngion 11 IS 12 it pm in every respect, and it is veritably an ob Dr. HuUr'3 Iron 7onl& Lv. -r ifA O Jty banquet, toast., music, &c. A reception ".LI i M J. ml CWpirm M K ?, oervation car." It will go into line June Arr H incheeler i wilt pnrlry and enrich the BLOOD, rcralsta It M tu complimentary to Mi' Bull, of Frankfort, the LIVER and KIDNEYS, saii HL4TOIIK THE 16. 1'ara 10 Dp m, 2 10 p m Courier Journal. aaSMVvaVaVaVaVMeaVBaV9V; ;77 HEALTH and VIGOR of YCUTHI In nil rinse was jiven by Mr?. J. S. Van Winkle and A" Winchester. 11 p In .' ho ji Li l"'n r Ml diseases reonlrli KJter'a.na' J AppvLUAsaajBasVAtlsBaMP. i The "Bridge of Sighs" was the name especially llspeisla. mituf Il use Is ! I Miss Bettie Dillon at their home on Winchester ju n hi ,i m p iu 120pm I.jt.V of btrenutli, tic. aurWI Hicbmond .. 1.' 3) p m, 4 10 p m 7 The combined stallion, has recoverel from dlstem 14pm avenue Friday evening, Ladiei popularly Given to a covered way from the with liniuedlale and HoiKlerinl results lloupi, Bf Jr Lancaster SlB. aI per aod will bo rMllted to serve mares new Mrt.e. Eliliveui muscles and nerves lett-liiI m .Stan lord June H M p only ware invited. At night there was a Dogt'o Palace to the priton in Venice, the tha mind and supplies llrutii ni y s suHerlnx Ironi all complilnti foaled H?,i, bred by Charley stslllon; rlt $15 to IiiHuro a lilvliit; Colt. Dunn, Htantord, Ky ; sirel by MesMtigtr C NT. 3. continuation of the stme affair which was prisioners passed over to death. Byron LAUICO pcciilltrtollictrsexwllimidl i No. 1, No II hlf TONIC a suk JiiJ specUy .Dally Dally largely attended by bath ladies and gentle- speaks of it in Cbilde Harold: ' I stood in DR. IIARTERS IRONnr.'l hoaiili, cuiii;).txlon. Mirra pastured at 2 ier month. I'or urtber sire of Maud Messenger, record i 20, Marvel, cure. HgltL-sui-l Dally Ex Sun Ex (Mill ir old, record, 2 'ii (ins, jl .e of 1) reorl 2Jn', Ttio slDiijct i i, li i i , tl, particulars nil un or ml I rem Venice on the Bridge of Sigh-- , a pal ace Atd Haiitcii's In v'l flltli I est on hear) trark A I.Uhl h l.vr ' men mostly young people. t .i t l Jll' i tail - -- ta il.irj is Lvs. ji. V 2J a k. i.v, Jli old, trlsl 2 2I' Mag; e Stewart, 1 1, gait at j.jr-ol- d tliopopii.jr al countum Illnirliavt mil) iiudtd Stl-l- f ytinlor.l, K.y ..I 9 4 a tu Linc.iler Col. and Mrs. James A. Fisher cele- a prion on each hand," and Hood adopttd ltyoftlic original. Ji ion I'inicstI) toiltslro lifJltli ana other promising ones, lilcbmiind. . not experiment gal Hie Uiuui.t Al. am UL1T do tl OS a ul C 0 a m First dsm fruile by Sentinel, record I V'i and brated tbeir golden wedding at their home tie sigufficant title for Iih poem. Winchester i.. neoijour afJiniioinjur nirtnr Mmi do J12 10 a to1 7 00 a iu the sire of Von Arnlm, '.' I')S sold lo Commodore Ht. lxj. Wo , for our "CUEASI BOOK " Arr, L"i C.A O Ity on JJroaUav inuruy evening, iney Kittson lor HIO.OCO, Annette, 2 2V, T A.. 2 2 I p ni 'Mum lull of ntrEcn5j ni'tu lal.rraaUJC.Iioc, Tbe orc,an of the bachelor. is worried to VoungHentlml,V2(. Mlgnnn, '.' ."., Vlandiere, Lve lxl n,-- on . li p in p u " ii p tu 8 li in Dr. HAimi j Iron Ton a o tor sale oy au were married May 29th, 1834, the ceremo 2 2B'4, Caimul, 2.JS, (Irand Sentinel Arr rarls Bentl-rell- s 27 p tn 15 Gnd out why a woman will spend six weeks 10 a m nnumnTSAMD DiA'.tnj EvcnvWMgai. full brother t Volunteer, the sire of Si JuI r" by the late President putting scallop on ny being performed r Lve Winchester 2 .17 p ml her drem that nobody 7 in a tu lian. 11; (Hosier, 2 17; Alley, 2 19, IMIrie. . Arr .110 p m iM a in John C. Young, of this place, assisted by out lien-eDriver 2 l',, llunttr, 2 Ji4, Amy 2 20'. I.ve Paris will ever gtt n Iwip'c of, ai.d .. i'i p Ml 2 II p ui Parti and it score more In tha 2 14 clsus then tun ibout the it ui'orh.od in an Rev Dr Arr Cynthiana Bj.lock, the present h I on p hi 2 P I.. "4 Mciiiiddaui. Klltr Ktver . tli dim ol Iu.nl, ' ruluinuth t p m a ' P n .' IM a u !d dirty wrppr without oi y belt and irl. .'.ji'in rldrcmrd". f"1 in 2 "" Otvin tj rtceu & ben tie vlngton 00 p ru inil thegrnlsm of Maud "' II .li a in every other button burst ofl. J by All. aa family afflictions the celebration was ata;' Br9UIWP!VBalr laV TTLE "WP;J i of (loldsmlth Maid, 2 II, Koullml, ilsllili, tli" lire 2 2Hi,'lborndale,2 22(; Almont, Abdallah I'llot .MAY.SVII.I.K IlltAM'll. Minister, Lawyer, Teachers and others tended only by near relative?, Among Ac. Ac. vho3e occupation gives them but little exThird ilsm It Itel Jnrket. flre nf the.Um nf h !iTT Ko i them were Mr ami Mm George Fieher, oi Ndstii-H- o Kentucky ttllkn.2 21 and thn grnndaniol bo so, ii.su. Dally St. Louis; Mr. Jerrv Fisher of the same ercise, should ufe drier's Little Liver 2 17S, and Ilct Wilkes. aire ot I'hll Thoinp on, Kx. I hin. OTLiKaaMaM J record. 2 21) by I'oniM; by .Sherman as city; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell and family, Pills for torpid liver and billiomness. One the sire ol Vermont Illack Ilswk, the sir ot Lve Covltijton..., . 2 00 p m " Islington I 'ban Allrn and tn me 4 an !. ... !1 i other tritttr Ked .' i oi aaemyvuie, am mum Maine tiwvr. U a done. " I'arU Tu sl'ne stallion will stand the rrefnt sei in a IS a iu 5 Hi, iv in wnmlrcd by half brothir to ills k ll.iuk The presents were uany and valuable iind Buck Ion's Arpica Salve 19 a ni S l? ,, w at my stab.es in :ill!(('gc II at ?ll) tu Insur n Nntliielanl Al ximler's Abdallali are tmfi li Arr IMlilersburg. ' arllalo W) a in 6 07 p ilynlrk's HotiiMetonlali the gran.l.'re of Maul toll till neatilng t litis- J..c ii utair 'or ., ,c . --' tu were excluslvtjy ff,m rlndred In the world for Cuts, Bruises, The best ' Joboaou ... monHy W'i, 9 i a tu ; tu, p m llamsot winners lire Itjdinck llhu is el Julieti, i IU,, .'!(,', ' MsytvllU... Sores, Ulcorf, fcolt l'.lieuro, Fever ooree, Tetter , a right ii)iiliok .nv bay, wltu black nuno and tall. Ac . mid Is the she of Dextr. 2 IT1. Xenix" ii " ui 7 IJ ii m Blclt IIcadachT and. r . n'.l r iM i A whole thius is a thin: without a ho'o Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nt.d all Akin iso years oid, ami lot is iraii 'ng makr, vihi Urunt;eUlrl,2 20, (,iori Wilkes, - 22n I thirty dent to n b.liuxi tut j of the as li. others, with rucudsof 1 30und butter. Mesaeuger if0,."2 time lie is by Imp. liuckden, lie by Hay tlnoea, Nansoa, Crowalnrss, DUtria after catln, SOUTII.IInUMD. In tbe mane, a horse is a superior ani- Eruptions and yotlthely cures Pllei, or no pay reDally out ol Mary Craig. Huckden was got by Chief was aired by AMallah I'Ilioi, slreof I'lckard, Dan. J'alnlfl lhnSlrip. .tr. Whlla tlilpmit r..m. 2 I8';: Ited Jlm,3.yearK)ld record. 2 18: 1st dam is ihx. Sun. Kx Sun. Saunj?e and well pro- quired, la Is guaranteed to give perfest satisfacLcrd ClIMcu, (winner ol thegreatbt. IdgerMtakes mal to tbe mule. ablo a access bad bixn ehown In curtajj slster.ln-bloolo Oen. George II. Thouisj, sire of Lve Maysvlliii me voncasttr Buses, ibU3, anil as a '..year-oltion or money relunded. Price 21 cents per box. , 3 H a m II ni portioned women are made from tbe For sale by Penny A McAlIster won the Woodcotp Stakes, the ChsmpatneStakea scons inomss, i u, hf 3iaiuunnoMeuenger,slr " Johnson .. 6 SO a mll2 41 p and the Stakes), out of Consequence oriwInskl,2 21f Svcond dsm by Mambrluo ni " Carlisle ground up. We might avenge Bismarck' . 7 21 a m by Bay Mlddloton. Itoderlck'a 1st dam, Mary Chlel.slreol Lady Thorn. 2 18 Wocdford MamNever Give Up. " Mlilenburg Craig, by Knight of St (Jeorgr; 2d dam Itesult by brlno, 2 21,; Mambrlno I'alcheu and otbera. 47 .nam 2 Oinp m m affiront to the American hog bj refusing to Ptris . 10 a IU If you are surteilog with low and depreiaed iplr-UTblrd dam by Imp. Napoleon and English Hun- Arr Lexington., 10 p in Mulatto; 3d dam i'roblem bf Kuclld; 4th dam neadiehe.yetCarter'aLIttle Liver miaaroenaany " Parents should 9 10 a m C 00 ii iu plant German millet. ter, Ac. Brooders willoburve that Abdallah Mesby Cervantes; filh dam Marianne by Sorloss of appetite, general debility, dlrofdeied jaJuabio In Xoustlpatlon, cnrlnir and prevrntlnz unington it :n S .13 Ii in lh,l,,!um?!rll'2eolnPIaint "Ullolhcy nleo correct cerer; 6th dam Tbomaslna by Timothy; 7tn dam senger is nearly full brother to Maud Meiaenger, never fornake their children. The worse bipod, weak constitution, hradache, or any disfjr (1,000 last all dlsordira of tbo atomach, atlmnlita tha llvtr Violet (Goldenlock'a dam) by Shark; 8th dam b 2 20, that sold for 31,000 and raltnoutli Accommodation-N- o. ease ol a bilious nature, by all means procure a 10. dsilr leasr. and regulate ths bowel. Even if they only curml Syphon, 9th dam Quick's Charlotte by Illank; 10th fall; they have same aire and grandam; his dam Is they are the more the should stick-t- o dam by Crab; llth dam by Dyer's Dimple; 12th butter bred than Maud'adam, lie Is a sure foal bottle of EWtrlc Bitters. You will be surprised them. GImzow Times. dam by llethell'a Castaway; IS li dam by U'faynot; getter and a horse of line style and carriage, lie Covington 8 a, to see the rapid Improvement tbat will follow: m. No. Hth. dam itovalinare. Marr Craln's Mrs! dam- was will made the season of Ull at Charlea Dunn'a Ingtnn A 5 a. iu irrir3J,n, v.J..:i.'ii leave LOT .. ...- - .. . -s. day last you will be Inspired with new life; strength and nrisinir.s ny uolcrlcK kiiu; Zd. imp. Vannletti 2K miles from Stanford, on Itush lira nch pike, at w.i. ni n..n.i.. T..'.. ,1 . " Wouldn't be KissED.One !"" in .Au a. UI. '. by tbe Colonel In England; nd Vorella by Illack tflioTO IrsNUKK X LlVI.Mi COLT. ln raimouti 8 Parish activity will (w.l,n.R,0n week a young man who reeidea in the count- and henceforthreturn, piln and nilwry will ceaie, Aeho they rronld bedmoatprlcclres to thoao who lock; 4lh vr Pnantom; Stli Overton, 6th Vo"1'. L'.ln""i "id No. !2, ivainut. you will rejoice excptSunday, leave Pari, the praise . nlTer i.ti ituicr, oiu j irncamiiu uj .nameo; yin i'ropu y- invited a young lady of Bardstown to Jiieciric miters. Bold at SO cent in bottl by Ten-n-of TiAtsly from thl distressing complaint ; but fortu eteas ni.: arriri. fiTlnoinn n in i ... Also will aland a y a by ltegulus; 10th Jenny Spinner by Portuer; their fioodnea doea not end here, and thos i A McAIhter. e take a buggy ride with him. When several who onco try them wilt find these lltt'u pill 's llth Ureyhound; 12tb baphoiusba, dam by Hay Ilarb; 13th dam D'Arcy'a Chestnut In ao many waya that they tvlllnot be willing; tnilea from town be attempted to kiaa her, A Hew Discovery, to do without them. l)at after all elckbvad Arabian, llth White Strlnt; 13th hlla Montague (7TOINNVKK. J. M. Hall aaya he bought mare. and ahe resented by slapping him on the Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Stanford Ky., Juno 3, 1884 Mt-t- A couirjruljlo, ilw!llu. At Klcltruond Jtinctluu, win, nloiit an acre of ground tor Irnui call on oraddroa r 1,1 1'S, Stanford JXO. .11. ine-ilorr SALE fill ! I 184-l- Grand Combination e Through Trunk Line Weekly d Ccurt-Uou- 8UHGKON DKNTIWT, r. lx-- t, ault - lourier-Journaici- in fiH15$ POSTED Il nrirr. IISi-lTr- SOUTIf & WEST s ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! ONE PER POUND. 1 1 1 i-- iT ' Ims-lne- f lM JLX j. , Fire Fire Fire ,;, Is r K LIVER Complaints Railway. al -- eri-oui- ly Louisville, New Albany PuUiiuui m7WEftGjr& Co., I. II. lSiilduiii Palace Globe-Democra- t. NOBBY! . 1 l9.-4iu- flrst-tls- MYERS HOTEL, - . SUFFERERS I'onsll-tatlODSsn- il STANFORD. KY. Propr and Reputation, l.revo-MMl.- .. iud 00CA.BEEFIIR0N N'"a. mm mum 7tn.k. Shortest Quickest Route -.. I. --. .... Doutii-Bovh- g. IRON TONIC - JOE ABDALLAHf Mem-brin- ri.CI.VATI. t'. i 1 Abdallah Mossengor! aaaaaaHBasV 1 I- liar-rodsbu- rg rfts-tlo- n, 1 I niCC rrr. Ited-ba- NOkTll-llOUN- 3-- ii.iraini , i RODERICK DHU! Jo-ep- CARTERS' I I 4 ,SfcmMmmmn r '.miVrf&wtk 2t,. i, t ti,u .5 u'l IVER PIUS, Su-i.- N(or-to- n, .i I f CORE "-o - 1 '; 1 n, iTT 1 1 s, SICK d d Two-year-o- - HEAD ... '' vala-abl- GOOJO UUI.K JACK side of the face. The blow knocked off hie hat and it fell to the ground. When be alighted to get it he whipped up tbe horse and drove home without him. He sneaked through the wooda to town and about 12 o'clock that night recovered his horse. He tried to kisu the wrong girl. Bardstowri Record. Newton, Iowa, aaya, "My has been seriously afftcted with a cough for twenty-years, and thia Spring more than ever before. She had used many remedies without relief, and being urod to try Dr, King's New Discovery, did so, with most gratifying results. The first bottle relived her very much and the aecond bottle has absolutely cured her. She baa not had ao good health for thirty years." Trial bottle free at Penny A McAlIster' Drug Store. Large slw Jl. live U li thebanoef o many live thatheraeurowhers we snake our great bout, Our pUIa whila ACHE At tbe aame place we will atand our fine Jack, others do not. Carter'. Llttla Liver TUU are Tcry a mail ana Tery easy to take. Onoor two pill makoadosi. Thfrf are itrlctly vctcublo and do not grlno or pnrs, but by tbeir sentle action please all who eaethem. luvlalsainicents; flvoforSl. Soil by dxagglaU urcry wbexe, or acnt by malL It CAHTEII MEDICIKB CO.,ITeTf York Addrea If. G. liVKM. Stanford, Ky. colt till weaning time' due ssto a horae. Young Howiusn i 5 yeara old, IS bands high and was bred by George Washington, of Uoyle county. He was sired by Harlty'a Compromise, be by Tlppacanoe, he by Dy Measenger Chid;; dam by Alcalde, (sire by Henry Clay's Warrior. Young Bowmsn's dam laa, i asy,; enigma, 3 26: Fancy Day, 't SO, Ac, was by Andy Rice; g. dam by Pioneer; g. g, dam will make the season of lid! at Mr. Lee Yeager'ai by Old Wagner; g. g. g. dam by a Maltese fennel. "Providence Neighborhood," Danville, Ky.. at 3t, T. Jb X. B. HVHHKUSj, liaTo Iuauro. 231-Wb MIlMgarlli., Ky. YOUNG BOWMAN ! same mules In the nelghliorhood where be made a season and they were gcod one and be has the reputation of being a good breeder. NoN,,?uvp:o!tdnVl;ulxwl,T,.rn'0lT",n 88 tolnsureallv'ng Money At MESSENGER PRINCE, n.a.o, Pne'an. irsraai W' U' WH1TTI.EBEY. TT' Vtu- - AKant. tl ...a !.... BS.4FJCr ' ten. Twi, Agt,