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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885041701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Stmt 0 VetUn itifeftif Imtfttal VOL. XIV. now-n-day- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL the 17, 1885. IMMENSE SIOCK OF NO. 1. JtMfhecf Tunmtnv ana Friday a ta.OO PEIt ANNUM When paid strictly la advance. II we bar well an v Ume, ta.OO will be chanted. to Tlir rrr.lilrnt' line or tVurOil, Tho church which tho prwldcnt ntU-m- l has always lieon n nuhjoct of Intonnt to the public, us is uvldeiuvil by tho fiut that tho jwws which Diut irililonU Imvo omipUxl mo being xiiiitol out to tho stranjrrr from year and so will xw 1W lu Dr. Hundi to gnztd at land's church, Kcnerntiom bencv, with curiosity by tho vlnitor to U'bIiIukIou. Prom tho tlmo tho prtMldont rcnrhral Washington theru wan a rlrnlryiunoujt thernrioul churvhwi there as to which would secure him, but tho lattxr, with his chuructorlitle individuality, stdrctol a church from which no Invitation had been, sent him. 1 in a criminal cao To itnpe Je the of justice, to create sympathy for a deprived and devilish criminal, to the popular judgment, and confuse the public senfe of Juslice to do thee things Bticcewfuliy bni until recently been deemed an Infilllblo method of securing dis Unction at the bar. The sort of distinction achieved in this way, however, has ceased to be regarded as enviable. Proba bly the most successful practitioner of thee acts in the West is T. C. Campbell, of Cincinnati, and, yet, we doubt if there is a jsck leg lawyer in Kentucky that coyets the reputation which that notorious personage "enjoys" as a practitioner at the hsr. piuportion as a lawyer resorts to disreputable practice? to carry professional end, In ihe same proportion be sacrifices his own claims to popular conGdence and esteem, and imparts to his own character a distintly criminal taint. No really great lawyer ever attempted or desired to corrupt the administration of the law. bo-fo- g The Law and the Lawyer. Falcon in discussing the Washington The Press and Cleiiov. Mr. One of our chief obstacles s to City newspaper reporters, in the Louisville Phillips Brooks is a very popular preacher Ihe administration of exact justice In crim- Timu, says: Every day he is in the galler- In Boston and elsewhere, but in instituting inal cases ia the ambition which impels ies of the Capitol, and looks down into the a comparison between the press and the email lawyers to seek the conspicuity that witches' caldron, seething and boiling bepulpit he shows that he is prejudiced in Is the ori'Inary reward of a successful low him, where greed and pretense and favor of his own profession. In his Palm de-fe- nre thinly vailed fraud are constituent elements of the broth; He soon sees that this honorable member's declaration that the public domain must not be granted to corporations, but reserved for actual settler, mesns that he is giving notice to some railroad magnate that he must be bought off. He understands that the eloquent gentleman who declaims so passionately against any revision of the tariff and demands that the Interests of the laboring man must be protected, merely means in his heart of hearts that some enterprise in which he is interciled must be shielded from competition, so that his dividends shall be larger and less uncertain. The littleness, the the insincerity of all about him creeps at last like a cold miat into his own nature, and before he knows of any change his moral faculties are benumbed. s, Sunday sermon he is reported to have said that if a millionaire should die the papers would extol him as a benefactor, whether he had gained bis wealth by fair means or foul. He is, however, strategically silent as to what the ministers would say. We venture the peihspa rather rash assertion that in the matter of truth lelliog about dead folk the press takes precedence of the clergy. We have read a great many funeral orations delivered over the remains of millionaires, and we have always received from them the imprersion that, whatever may happen to poor men hereafter, the rich, especially the very rich, always go to heaven.-- N. Y. Herald. They are not going to turn the republi-can- s out at Washington, but they will do what amounts to the same thing work them to death. Think of the barbarous cruelty ot the Cabinet In irsuing an order, which goes into effect Ibis week, that when a clerk is not through with his work at 4 o'clock r st he must remain until 5! Ws it for this that the rebellion was put down, gentle readet? Chicago Herald. At Columbus, Ga , under proceedings on an inquisition of idiocy, "Blind Tom,' the blind pianist, was placed under a guar-dia- n. wlyL p ypeu i - TRIMMED AND- - BEADY FOR THE - AT - WAII! M'EOBEETS Dentist. aiWliLU STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office on Lancaster street, rozt door to I.vtk-rio- r Journal office. Office hours from 8 tola x. x.and 1 to 5 P. u. Anesthetics administered when & STAGG'S. AI.Ii PRICES AND STVJL.ES. DB. W. B. PENNY, SH?' BURGEON HUFFMAN DENTIST. Office-So- uth Pare Nitrous Oxide side Main Street, tiro doors the Myert Hotel: Qss administered wh quired. re- necetsarr. Itst-ly- r. Ked pErrEii and 4JP3 lUlnl HOT THE vrw YOUK AVBCfK CIIVRCtl. the managing editor, kindly but firmly, tq the young man who has Just come to do the fires and and assume general chargo of the entire paper; "you must be a little more careful in your grammar and spelling; You make too much trouble for the compositor and proof resder. You say in this article 'he had went' and 'we have never saw.' Then your spell 'separate with two pa and four e, and you sav 'we have come to the 'that we arc horrafied at the bear ideea.' Now you must be careful, nd"-"- Aw, well, look here, Shorty," cried the new young man, "give a fellow a chance. You got to remember I've been in college for eight years and havn't had a chance to learn anything." The managing editor forgave him, and promoted him to rnwnvTxiUA? the carrier department. dog-fight- s, "See here," said A Massachusetts correipondent calls our attention to the publication, abouf thirty year ago, of a very successful cholera cure, introduced in this way: The captain of Salt for Choleiu. Valuable Timber Land a:l.x; : I will sell at public auction to tbe highest bidder, In the own of Liberty, Ky., FOR SALE, PMVATELT. DWELLINO AND STtMK-hou- se combined. Rett location In U aonce uargain csn i nal j adIremlna;ort) plying at to T. CllUIHTKUSHlS, ,Mm McKlhD.y, k . for A DESIRABLE J. an emigrant ship, coming from Europe, had lot many of his passengers by cholera, although freely dosing all who were sick with the remedies then usual. At last be made up a prescription of his own one teaspoenful of red pepper and a tablespoon-fu- l of salt to a half pint of boiling water; BLEEPLES3 NIOHT3 made alterable by that this to be given as hot as possible, to every terrible cough. Shlloh'a Cure Is the remedy for you. For tile by Penny A McAllstsr. patient when first taken. It is said that this simple remedy acted as a charm, curBuckltn's Arnica Salie. Tho best Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, ing all the cases on board that ship, and atSores, Ulctn, Salt Rtieum, Fever Soret, Tetter, tained considerable general popularity dur- Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Cornt, snd all Skin ing the time of that cholera visitation. Eruptions and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It it gusrsnteed to give perfest Scientific American. A female dentist in Oregon is said tn have resorted to a novel device to obtain a husband. She had as a patient a handsome man, and one day gave him a dose of ether that confused, but did not make him insensible. Then she sent for a clergyman, and while the subject was under the influence of the drug, the two were declared man and wife. When the man recovered his senses he expressed surprise and some disgust at what had occurred, owing to the fact, not before known to the fair dentist, that be already possessed a wife. Ou Holiday, April 37, 1SS3, It being County Court day In Casey. 400 Acree tf Knob Land, lying In said county on the waters of At Rowland Statloa (Richmond Junction) Carpenter's Creek and bordering on the Huston-vlll- e May 1st. next. A good garden. Ao., attaebasfj?, A Liberty turnpike road, about 0 miles from For particulars address me at SUnlord. XbJsslefii the former. There are some improvements on this the only bar at that point. It nd snd a good site for a ssw mill, near the house Mm THOMAS and but a short distance from the pike. one who msy wish to examine this properAny ty Is referred to K. Kayzee living on the premises, who trill show It to them. Hotel and Bar-Boo- m For Rt FEHHBI. 41-t- d JOHN J7. JtEKD. FIRE INSURANCE. J3STO- OVC. Great Reductions in China Glass, Qutonsware, &c. STANFORD, KY., "Reprerents the Best and most Prompt-Paylngpanics and his rates are very low. C PHILIPS, Give hi t A reporter of the Pittsburg limtt, while churrlM-- s lr talking to a number of was Washington. It l n m untWilvimhlo j art told by a puddlerof a man who has two has u of the town, and out :.or, the IU) Uyroi trains cf rolls and who makes without any of tM yonrs. Tho Hundrrland, prvnchM In t'il rhurih before trouble from $15 to $20 a day. A roller with tho war, lYcldont Itcrcst u d h's wifo linj" rvgular attendant ia thocc Unym. Tim grvatci a small guide mill train can earn from $S nrtlou of tho coutrrremlion thou werw south to $10 a day. There art rollers in Pittsuriwrs, who altatatal thetnsohoi from il burg now earning from $3G to $r0 a day. owing to tho doddnl Uuloa vlnvti which There is a steel roller in a South Underneath the approach to the Eiit Side steel their utor nuilnUlnM. Dr Hundrland luu River Bridge, on the New York side, there Uvu thaplalnot tho sonata for nino year, works Uken from his work about 2 o'clock but since lrJ) das retired from pubUo notkv. in the afternoon in his barouche, driven by is a court or yard in which day and night To tho artist who won seeking lnonuatlot his colored servant. are literally reversed. The bridge supports IWore making too sketch from which out shut out the sunlight, while the electric engravings uro modi Dr, Bunderland wrote A MassacbusitU paper mill has adopted "Hitherto we hare brcn a very retiring a safety psper which will make it extreme- light burning on the bridge at night make the court nearly as light as day. Tb peoprop, not at all known to fame nor sought after by the rrpmwuUUres of tho prow. ly difficulty for any one to tamper with ple residing there ,being,of course, jfoor, are This suddVn notoriety Is quite as inexplicabU bank note or checks printed upon it. The unable for gai or oil in order to see and somewhat auuoytng to a coloring matter of the piper is eo prepared to work when other people do, so they sen people, who neither not court corn plcalty." If some churches aroborr that the application of aoy chemical to re- sibly do their sleeping then and their work . move the ink permanently change Ihe colpronperou . and others in time achieve at night by the electric light, which coats Dr junderUnd's church Ii an exompl or of the paper, and an Ingenious device is them nothing. , of ono tliat has prtxperlty thrown upon it added which betrays at once any attempt to Tho very anticipation of the pmtldent wor If indications count for any thing, it ii shipping at this church packed It to suffoca- mike an eiaiure. Bet em the two the enterwill tion the first Kunday aftor be was inaugu- prising forger will ba sue to come to grief. almost certain that the whipping-po- st be made the corrective remedy against one rated. -- Boston Transcript. growing Kentucky evil. Wife beating is Many person find speedy relief for nerbecoming entirely too common, and The vous headschs by washing the head thor- while and black scoundrels who gratify oughly in weak soda water. We have their cowardly Ticiousness by beating helpknown cases almoit wholly cured in ten less wives should be made to take some of minute by this simple remedy. A friend their own medicine. For wife beating the Cods it the greatest relief in case of "rose whipping-pos- t ia a meat admirable remedy I chunh fahinnntl of The which ho cho tho I'nbTtfrinn the msl l'ii rcruui Price SJ cents per box. WHOLESALE AND Kr sale t- - Penny . McAlltter. We have an immense variety of Wares and have reluced prices to tbe lowiatcash prices: A Hew Discovery. Mr. Wtu. Thotnu, of Newton, lows, says, "My Goblets, 40 Ceata par Dozen; has been terlouslr sffcted with a cough for twenty-rTumblers, 30 Ceata per Dozen' ive years, and this Spring uore thin evsr be- Cat Glass Goblets, 85c; Jfc Water fore. She had utcd mtny remedies without re- Tla Sets-Fo- ot Bath. Slop lief, snd bclDf urged to try Dr. King's New DisCarrlera for 91.00: covery, did so, with inot gratifying reiults. The Decorated Sianer Sets, 130 Pieces for 912.&0: first bottle relived her very much and the second bottlehas absolutely cured her. She hss not had Decrated Tea Seta, 56 Pleoei, 93.50; togood health for thirty years." Trlsl bottles Decorated Chamber Sate ,10 piece, 93 free at Penny A McAliiter's Drug Store. Large Plated Ksi-res- i Forks aad Spooai, sirs SI. "Lights. Faacy lamps, RETAIL. " SPRING MtUINEBYl Liaaaf I have just Jr Opened a Handsome Millinery, To which I invite the attention of the Ladles of Btanford and vicinity. Miss Cynthia Carson, a very skillful Jady. is tn chsrge and would be glad to see ber friends. 10TABcnm- JlltS. 31. -t r. A.T Hall Merer Give Up, If you are suffering with low and depressed spirits, loss of appetite, general debility, disordered blood, weak constitution, beadsche, or any disease ot a bilious niture. by all means procures bottle of Electric Bitters. You will be surprised to see the rsptd Improvement thst will follow; you will be Inspired with new life; strength and scttvlty will return, psln and misery will cease ndhtneeforth you will rejoice In the praise of Electric Bitters. Add at 50 cents a bottle by Penny A McAlltter. Positive Cure for Piles. To the people of this county we would ssy that wehsve been given the agency ol Dr. Marchlsi's Masonlieimer's Restaurant OrrosiTB CotiaT-HousB the Low Prices on The Peerless or Tbe White Mountain Freezers: Three Quarts, 92; One Gallon, 92.50; IK Gallons, 93; 2 Gallons, 94. Special Discounts to Merchants. DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKK. Meals are served at all houtt. Game always; eo hand and In lta season, oysters freeb fish, aodsiuto-Ua- r delicacies served In all styles and on abort notice. Loos: out for the sign "Woodbine Buitiu rant" and call when you are hungry. JP. M McCAXN 10-t A UIGGIXS, LEXINGTON, KY. MASOXnEMMEil & DanvUIavatr. Cff., to-pa- slinnle-tnlrule- enct Things that are True and Things that are notTrcr. prat-parity- i riiKsmnxT cu:tei.a.vd at cituncn. was not until Mvornl Sundrtjit nfter bU Inauguratlnu that the prutldcnt vMttvl church l with npiiorent fur tho first tlnio. II attention to tl o rather miunionplacn. yornion of tho jwutor, thu text Mug: "Thou slmlt koop him in jiorfect incu tthoit mind 11 stayed uioii Thiv, lxciiw he" tniMh in i TJmw." Tho artiit wus not Miiv-fu- l bfcurltig u likenoviof Mi- - Cleveland, who hat with lwr brothor,owlug to tho embarrassment of tho situation aud to tho studied on her jart to prevent tho publication of her ortrait in the nawspa;xr pre. It lUN-uo- Alt the State. (Philadelphia Unlfer Tho organized militia force of all tho men, while tho unttatos aggregates Ul.'-V-d organized militia numbers t),&SO,5ro men. The stntu having tho largest is New York, Tho Mltltln ir second, with S.IISO Tho other state-- bavin; over 2,000 organ'2d and !300,oau tmorganlZKl are: Ohio, 5,b3 and HO.OW; Illluols, J.S07 on 1 440,000; 'J.U13 and 03,045; MHsouri, and yi(i,000, JlasacliUMitU, 4,'Jl'J and (11,531: and 250,000; NowJewey, illphlgnn, 2,Q C,3rJ3 and 2SJ.014; Toxa-- s and Iowa, lVim-ylvanla i -'- with ll.tly) and ilC.'.-lb- rosp-ictivel- and aud M,63i cold," the cold symptoms entirely leaving Frankfort Capital. the eyes after one thorough washing of the How to make a paste or mucilace to fast hair. The head should be thoroughly Destroy that Sigh. dried afterward and avoid drafts of air for a en labels on tin: Soften good glue in wa One may feel that he Is getting old, but he natter, then boil it with strong vlnegsrT, and little whtlf. Health and Home. thicken the liquid, during boiling, with urally dltllkevtbst anything about his appearA bottle, to which a lsrce bunch of ance should advieotneri of the (act. Yet nolh-ic- g fine wheat llour, so that a paste resultr; or does this to effectually ts thin and falling has grown, was fished up recently by starch paste, with which a little Venice hair. No womtn wants to marry a man and busia Baltimore oysterman. Inside the bottle turpentine hss been incorporated while it ness drmi hesitate to employ a man who shows ws a fish too large to gel out of its mouth. was this ratal sign. Parker's Hslr Balsam It worth to warm. Scientific American. you. In this regard, more tban its weight In diaIt is supposed that the fish went into the bottle, and cither liked its quarters ro well Telegraph wires have to be renewed ev- monds. Use It snd have plentiful and glossy hair. every Many have removed that it tarried too long, or before it could ery five or seven years. The Western TJn and oald badcovered trace ot grey new bottle. by using a single spits find its way out had grown so large as to ion Telegraph Co. exchange about one What You Want to Know. nesrly fill the bottlr. The bottled fiib thousand tons of old wire for new every Everybody wants sn honest answer to this simwill be rent to the Smithsonian Instituyear. The new wire costs from seven cents ple question. What ts the best medicine to regution. to eight cents per pound, and for the old late the bow Is, cure costlvenesa and biliousness, of a cent a pound is allowAn IrisbnAn who was sleeping all night about help thedlestlon and give strength to the whole tystem People ask ut this every day. We anwith a negro, had his fsce blacked by n ed. practical joker. Starting oil' in a hurry in An excellent and simple disinfectant for swer. Parker's Tonic. It It pleasant to the taste. All the children like It. Mothers praise It. It tho morning, he caught sight of himself in sinks and waste pipes is made by mixing will save a thousand times Its cost In every a mirror. Puzzled, he stopped and gazed, one large tablerpoonful of coppered with Western Argus. end finally exclaimed: "'Ba jabers, they've one quart of boiling water. This solution "T.ough on Ilats" clears rats and mlce'cut IV. woke the wrong manl'' is oderlesa and deodorizes inatantly. The "Rough on Corns" for Corns and Bunions. Ifc. Thin reople, "Wells' Health Renewer" Huntixoton's Two 8tiieaks ok Steki.. cipperasmay bo bought at any druggist' health and vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. Si. restores for eight or ten cents a pound. It is not generally known that C. P "Rough on Toothache" gives Instant relief. 15c. Huntington can enter n car at Newport. Gen, Grant, it is said, is to receive from Ladles who would retain freshness snd vivacity, News, on the Atlantic cost, and can ride the publishers of his autobiography, Char. don't fall to try "Wells' Health Renewer." "Buchu-palbs,- " great kidney and urinary cure. all the way toSau Francisco, on the Pacfic, L Webster & Co, $200,000, which sum Is rats, mice cleared Files, roaches, ants, over his own rail. New York Letter in to be invested as the General's legacy to his out by "Rough on Rats." 15c. the Baliinnre Run. "Rough on Coughs," troches, 15c; liquid, 25c, family. The amount will be propeily seIn development, Socials In cured in such a form as to leave not the For children, slow Health Renewer." puny and PntPARiNa ion Neck-Ti- e delicate, use "Wells' view of the tidal wave of tardy justice that slightest risk. "Rough on Dentist'' Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c. seems on its way back to Kentucky, it will Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility We Want a Lady bo well enough for our farmers to put some Of Intelligence to tnke permanent, sole agency for cured by "Wells' Health Reniwer." SI. Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for fevcrlthntss, Frankfort Op our goods used In every family in this place. tobacco ground in hemp one-eight- h or bed-hug- s, Pile Olntme-emphatically guaranteed It Is not true that the Czar of Russia sent the Mikado of Japan to buy Dr. Bourne's stock of ( to cur or money refunded Internal, External, itsn Oil to grease the British lion's ire. Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50 cents It Is not true thst the Sultan ol Turkey sent the Eban of Tartary to buy his supply of sjjUsjss. a box. No cure, no pay. Peony A McAlltter, Medicines from Bourne. Druggists. It is not true that tbe Ciarlna and the Sultana sent the Cssrowltx to buy their Cosmetieat- - mtssk. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Bouine. We emphstlcslly guarantee Dr. Marchlsi's Nol neither the old Russia nor Turkey gal can get thim. Bourne wants them for the a female remedy, to cure Female Diseases, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and county ladles. Ulceration, Falling atid displacement or bearing The Kctdlve of Egypt, tbe Sagamore of the flloux, tbe Sachem of the Choctaws, tho Visit of down feeling, IrregaUrittlet, Barrenness, Chang Sultan, the Hospodar of Moldavia, nor the Pasha with his three hoasetalls can buy Boursea-I- i ttock of Medicines, Fancy Articles, Eyebelpeis, Mixed Paints, Stationery, Ac, Ac He waste of Life, Leucorrhces, besides many weaknesses springing from the above, like Headache, Bloat- for hit home trade. ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous deHe wanta thim tor the fair ladle and tallant gentleaen, the sweet chlldnn and, dear bility, Palpitation of the Heart, 4c For sale by ot our own county. druggists. Prices SI snd SI 50 per bottle. Send Drug He want them for you, gentle reader, that you may find anything kept In a to Dr. Marchttl, Ctlca, N, Y for pamphlet, free. at M. L. Bourne'aNsw Drugstore, Stanford, Ky. For tale by Penny A VcAlttter. Druggist. first-class lulls m W UNDERTAKER. AND- - wmmwi, JETnx-ixitvu'- A Full and cenanloto RHsertHieiu of Furniture, embracing) erytuiug from tho Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. If need to ro to the large cities to liiake your purchases, no maMtsr what quantity or quality you want, as I can and will dupllcato Dealer in e ! opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, a full assortment of Collins, Cases, Shrouds nud Robes, ca lug all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware Ky. any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added, G. D. WEAREN, AGENT- - COMMISSION MERCHANT AND SPECIAL The Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, Smv reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, Village Carts and Buck Boards ever BroiiRkt t this market, from Ihe Cheapest to the Itcst, EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STYLES. Kill itsl. A carpet five years old was lately found It bad been in uso nt to be worth $2,500, the San Francitco Mint, and when It was taken up, was carefully burned, and yieldtd Stock furnished by us without investment. References indlipensible. J. D. Huutio Co., Chlcigc, worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. 2,553 nud 'J09.22S. heap coals of that amount of gold dust. "I firo on my enemyU head, dumlnle," said ( WILL YOU SUFFER with DjM'fl"!" snJ LivFanner Furrow to hit p.itor. Shlloli's Vltallztr Is cuarsnteel to er CompUInt? "Ami, pray, what would you do, thoni'' A "O, I'd throw nsliei over the fencj cute you. For salohy Peony McAlliler. onto bU aspnragui bo 1. Ttat would makt JUST AS GOOD. him mad enough," (tinny tintcrupuloui d aim ma)' tell ) on they line ri'ui"Jki for Coughs ami Cold euid In merit nud in llumorou Aiilmul l'ulntliitf. old rtllbl Dr. A varui h compiuy is said to havo ro mry mprct Jittt us scud si tba animal aintot Uonanko Cough and Lung Syrup, iinlns you Iniltt cently a you sro 47,000 for a picture of a coach load of mon- upon this remedy sod will Uko no other, llaldt to bo greatly, deceived. Friers, M cents sad ttsm of keys driving a 1 00. Bold ly McltoUrts A Stsgg. INew York Journal. wouldn't be so moan as to That Would Ho Sttfflclont. jut p-- l-l well-know- n four-ln-ban- rab-.bit- s. Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary (I. complaints cured by "Ducbu-palba.- " Illinois. Night sweats, fever, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, CU11K FOlt l'lLhlN. cured by "Wells' Health Ronewer." Also a Full and Comploto Assortment of All Kinds ot Form and Piles r frequently preceded by a setua of elsli. My husband (writes a lady) Is three limes the Maohinory. Initio back, loins and lower part of tlio abdomen, man since using "Wells' Health Renewer." SI. If you are failing, broken, worn out and nercaiiilng the patient to supjoo lio has some nnYctliin Xow Is the Time to Tlnco your Orders for Harrows, Com Planters, Corn Drilfe, vous, use1 'Wells' Health Renewer." St. ol the kidneys or mlgliburlns organs. At tlnu-aPrevalence of Kidney complaint In America; jniptonn of Indigestion nre present, as flntulenc), Cultivators and Field Rollers, s a quick, complete cure. St. " of tho stomach, etc, A moisture, IIUo perspiration, produilng try disagreeable Itching, McKOIlKKTS A. STAGQ, And see My Stock and got Prices before Purchasing. I have a few Sulkj after Getting warm, Ii n very common attendant, Spring Tooth Harrows that I am authorized to close Dlind, Bleeding mid Itching Tiles yield at once to the the Druggists, who are nln.i)s looking alter the application of Dr. Ilosauko's Tile Ketuedy, which sets Interi'it of their customers, have now secured the oat at less than cost. directly upon tho parts affected, absorbing the tslo of Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup, a remTumors, allaying the Interne itching and snectlnga edy that never falls to euro Colds, Paint In th They are 'Worth the Money asked for Them for Oultirating one crop of com. permanent cure. Trice 50 eenti. Address the Dr, Chest, and all Lung Affections. For proof Coughs, Regular tlie 50 cents try a free sample bottl Ucwanko Medietas Co., Piius, Ohlf Sold by Mcltob-srtsA sad $1.00. 6tagg , Buchu-palbaft OEO. I. WE ItElf. I K t There is a "Pound Party" at the Col. There was quite lege (Thursday) for the bjneflt of Georgia, Tuesday, coner two mules 15 hands high for $276; came. April 17, 1885 Stanford, Ky., There are 110 lodges, with 0,000 Kighta I hate received auj still receiving to Wm. King n plain driving hone for J. H. Stephens closed out his houseof Honor in the State. $120. Wake field, Hudson & Rue sold Ben hold plunder last Saturday, preparatory Mary Moore, of La Crescent, Minn , Kindig, of York, Pn., 1 eastern horse at to his departure for the West. There was W. P. WALTON. has just died after a fast of sixty-fou- r $190; to Dolman, of New York, a fine a gooil crowd in attendenco, and his propdays. Comprising the best In ttia tnarktt, which will t v.... . sons it... r i.. -erty brought fair price. "oirc B "" "" " -Ez-- Mayor B. F. Pullen.of Paris, Ky., The precinct conyentiona to name deleDolman, au extra fine coach celuing for The Odd Fellows will let out tho con- Gotton Up in Stylo rind Mnko Second to Nono gates to the District Convention to nomi- destroyed his life nt Lexington by taking $500. in City or Country. R. M. Fisher's ruarr, Virginia B tract to build a wire fence around their ' nate a candidate for the State Senate, are laudanum. Give Mo a Trial. by Buckden, dam by Bay Dick, a few cemetery hero next Saturday evening nt 3 Gov. 'McCreary is in Washington, to be held in Boyle, Casey, Garrard and .. days ago dropped a fine hore colt by Har o'clock r. M. It will be an improvement :e.Tj-:PLE-5rrLincoln, between the houiB of 2 and 4 pushing the claims of Mr. Bronston for the ry O'Fallen. 'in the right direction and one that has been o'clock r. M., Saturday, May 16th, instead Collectorship. The Central Kentucky Medical Asso- badly needed for sometime. John Burke, a negro, was hung by a of September, which got into the published THE NEW GiltOOEIlY AND HA1CIMV AUi; MOUSE OF ciation met at tho Clemens House WednesStewart Carson returned from Williamsproceedings of the commiteo by some un mob at Iwka, Miss. He had assaulted an day at 11 o'clock A. M. President, Wm. burg yesterday; the grand jury had not old white lady. ccountable manner. The District C. Webb, of Bryantsville, in the chair. will he at Stanford, Saturday, May J. L. Sbotwell, a brakem an, was run After the reading of minutes, Dr. J. S. found a true Mil against him up to that time, but II they find one he will return and was and will be called to order at 1 P. M. 23d He over and killed at Winchester. Bailey, of Stanford, read a paper on stand his trial at the present court. Boston, Ky. Tg-y- . There is no excuse for a man not keep-In- s fromBarney McAuler, the actor, has wound "Cholera" which was well received. The Mlsa Ella Doores, a former correspond rea- hid nrocertr insured and for that next meet! ng of the society will take place ent of the Interior Joi'rkal from this up a humiliating spree in Cleveland by sen we failed to honor the draft of the at Nicholasvllle on the third Wednesday place, Is very low of consumption and no WouMkl dly.sk your allcttlon to ti.efcct that they have getting in the work-hous- e for thirty days Just returned from the cities with a Urge Treasurer of tho Kentucky Prew Associa In July, when Dr. Welsh will read the hopes are entertained of her recovery. It is fr ih anJ well seleeted stoek of CHOICK The Cincinnati cigar makers, who have tien for the benefit of the Eminence newsopening papsr, his subject being "Differ- sad indeed for one in the very bloom and been on a strike for about a year, have paper man, who was recently burned out. ent Diagnosis of Diseases of the Liver." beauty of maidenhood to be so suddenly gone to work on the best terms obtainaBesides we do not know thn editor, have At the same meeting Dr. Geo. Cowan, of cut off by the fell distrover. ble. In endleM variety, dainty In quality and utlsfsctory In prices; this e gusraotce. Our alia shill U BBTer exchanged with him and feel that this place, will report progress his invest! The "margy cur' has again been at all tluirs t supply erery want In our Hue. At Unton City, Tenn., Monday night, a fully as calls nearer home for charity are gations in "Anatomy, Surgery andSurgical upon the war path and the flocks of both mob lynched Bud Farris (white) and Free-man- d gmt aa we can meet. Pathology." Dr. Alcorn, of Hustonville, M. J. Harris and R. II. Bronaugh sufferWard (a negro). They belongod to will report at the October meeting on ed from their depredations. Harris hav- Conil.ts of tho Standard nrandiolEuropa and Amtrtca. Our largt of Appeals is an unfortunate a band of burglars. line of Cooking Etores Include The Court "Midwifery atd Gynecology." Dr. F. ing six lambs killed and Bronaugh nine. theJuitljrcelebratM ''Off.t Wwtsrn Itwrro" and many other faiolly tarorltss. Our China, Ol.u body, tb fates seeming to combine to pre The Loyalists and the Nationalists had and (Mwniwsro stotk consist In part of r.llc, Tts and Cbiiul.r Dunlap was appointed to report on "Mate- Why is it that a Ky. Legislature has not bu compUi. Glassware richly cut a bloody fight at Cork, Ireland, during rent them from performing the services andetched. In the way of BrwdsluBs we name Buckwheat Flour, month ago Judge which the Prince of Wales was rotton- - ria Medlca, Hygiene and Medical Chemis- the manhood to pass a law to protect the hratcJ Patent CLM." l'lour urUalleJ for take and pastry, while the queen ol all trIUs Our of them. A ltlct) and Hominy, our' own falrl-otl- e try" at the next June meeting. Dr. A. D. sheep interest of the Slate? If it was done products, arrajed aa faithful adjuncts. All thedellraclbsla Foreign and Domestic Tiyor sprained his ankle, which has since egged by tho howling mob. Confection Harrodsburg, was appointed to Ky. is destined to be the greatest are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Wlllowware, Kleclrlc Lamps, Stationery. Canned Meat and laid him up at bis home in New Castle and The war in Panama is over and the Price, of Fruits and a complete line of Clgara and Tobaccos. Well, this Is only a hint of what wa hate, llellerlng State in the Union, and if it is not a day or two ago, Judge Lewis met with a marines who were recently tent from New report on "Practical Medicine, Poyseology that we can make It to your Interest, we confidently ask an eiamtnatlou of our goods and your patroo- done the shetp must go. kaila accident, in consequence of which York will leave Aspinwall on their return and Medical Pathology." The society neipectfully, TA 1 I.OH It HOT It Kits. on this subject from Dr. Last Monday night Bailey Collins and tbe Court is not in session, nor not likely to home within the next two weeks. The trouble in Central America has Price at this meetin g, but he was unable to two of the young Thompsons, all of whom BQ COO u terminated. The opposition of Mexico con be present on account of sickness in his are section hands, came to town about night Tho Louisville 2stvc Argus says with a vinced the Guatemalan Government that family. Drs. Hawkins Brown, of Huston- - and proceeded to fill their hides with whisgood deal of point that in the opinion of a For Coal or Wood. JJunlap, ol tbis place, were ky. After the task had been accomplished, there could be no forced union of the five ville,and let of old, drunken political hacks a knowl- - republics. appointed delegates to the meeting of the there was heard upon the stillness of the This lUnja la Extra Ileaiy and Is f any branch of science in a Goverment Near St. Joe, Mo., William Clark American Medical Association which con- night an occasional yell, or a report from a maJenftbe rery best Juniata ChareSciai is worse than ridiculous, io be a coal Iron. Has cast top and Iront, New Orleans the 24th of the pres "pop." One of thesa reports was heard in wiih Entire Wrought Irou liody shot Mies Annie Hardin, aged sixteen venes at and neceaaful and highly competent statesman BBLfPaBBsafvAVaaVBYsixY uBBBBBBBY Warming Oten extends under years, her brother, aged fourteen years, and ent month. front of Marshal W. T. Saunders, who had Oten. length aBMaaaaTdHt',4aw all sWsIbbbb1 one mnst be vmd public official nowa-dny- s entire ol lUng. Automatic forty-twOARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. her mother, a widow of retired for the night. Saunders being Oten Shelf. OectlonaT Fire Linings and then liquor soaked bloat, with an aptitude for blew his own worthless brains TeVSJSjmnS'ajBlsafBBfaB1 m aSBBal Nickel name plate, Centers. aroused by the report, came out with his and Cutand binge pins. Adjustable out. knobs Lancaster. tedlirjg smutty stories after dinner. The Italian Government objects to.the shot gun in hand, and saw a man on the side ahclf and all modern Ituprote-tnenl- s. Rev. G. C. Green, of Louisville, will Democratic and other papers are scor presence of Mr.Keiley as American Minis- preach at the Baptist church this (Friday) pavement in front of his door, and demandCan I arranged with Heater fjr siaiaiaiaiaiaH iiHkiMMsBisBsVif 7MsasftstaaaaVeT' ed of him to know who fired the shot and on hot and cold water. iae it into Minister Phelps. They say he ter to Rome, because of a speech in which evening. aiisH Water llox or Heater extra. kin no 6cnE0 a representative Americin, he denounced the movement of Victor A mass meeting of all the Christaln going up to the man he proved to be Bs.i- ad that his connection with the Emma Emanuel for the unification of Italy. ohurches in Garrard county will beheld at ley Collins. Some words passed between H. HIGGINS, W'lMsmsssmBtWMVtsBssm'r" Joseph Hanna publicly advertises that Antiocb, Saturday, May 2d, for missionary Collins and Saunders when Saunders mine swindle, whereby English people lodt igjAVs2ltasasasasasassMMI $5,000,090 prove him to be a dishonest man. for $50 he will substitute for any man sen- - purposes. knocked Collins down with his gun and SPECIAL AGENT, B sibibibbfSd XSHswnNSih It begins to look as if Cleveland had better lencca to oe nanceu. Joseph lives at a A well posted farmer Informed us the then ordered him to leave town immediateilfrfify--tTfKentucky. feave left Mr. Phelps in the obscurity of place in Ohio called Chagrin Falls, and other day that only Vth of the usual ly or be would put him in jail. Collins Stanford, Ida Vermont home. that's what's the matter with Hanna. boys crop of wheat would be raised In this coun- started but overtook the Thompson Ground has been broken at Norwich, ty this year. at the corner of Main and Elm streets, O'Donovan Ross dirty dead-beaThe Ct., for the new State Memorial Ha.ll, Mr. T. T. Pollard, who has been for where they opened a promiscuous fire with bad two bail writs, one for $320 and the which isto coet $100,000, and is the gift two months attltcted with ictummatory their pistols. Saunders summoned two or other for $00, sserved on him while in of the only son of the late J. F. Slater, rheumatism, was able to be up town Tues- three men and started in pursuit. When His lecture did not meet expenses, who gave a million to the Freed man. In speaking distance Saunders ordered the day, we are glad to say. la lie credit of the Irish of the city be it The Louisville Aryus has a two colTwenty-fiv- e colored divines are attend men to halt and surrender, but their reply Mid, and but for curiosity of those who umn article in relation to the Bath county ing a meeting of the Baptist Ministers and was a volley from which was wanted to )ee what manner of man be was baby. It says Col. Van Young, who adopt Deacons Association. Yellow legged chick returned by the Marshal and party. The would have had to talk to empty bench be DKXLias m ed the child, has discovered the ftther, at ens have taken to the wooks. section hands retreated but were soon overes. Washington, in a distinguished Senator Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Joseph have re taken by Siunder and party when a hand Drugs, Books, Stationery and Alfred Little, the Breathitt county and the mother in the daughter of an emi- turned from a visit to Cincinnati and Eaton to hand fight ensued, in which Collins and Fancy Articles. detperado, who shot Judge Burnett and nent judge. It says further that both parOhio. Mr. Jas. N. Dtnuj left Wednesday his party came out second best. One of the who is charged with a half dozu murders, ties have confessed in writing, and that the to join his wife who is visiting relatives in Thompsons was knocked down soveral rhyslclant prtscrlptlons aicurately compounded. is in jail at Mt. Sterling, having been child has an annuity of $500. Col. Young Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. A. S. Moffett, of times by Saunders before he would surren SjjsflsjjffjjesP, SJiHM Jjs,Tfl jB, by U. S. detectives, charged with says he will hold the money aa a trust Chattanooga, Tenn., is visiting her sister, der, Collins was shot through the arm the forging vouchers for pensions. He will fund for the child, and will rear and eduMre.R.R. West. Mr. Ben Letcher, of bill entering the ride, but struck a rib and likely get the justice that the 8tate Courts cate it at his own expense. New York City, was visiting relatives here bounced out. The Thompson boys were The Largest Btock of Watches, Clocks, have been unable to mete cut to him. With a 1,000 miles between him and Wednesday. Mr. R R Weit has re- lodged in jail and Collins taken to a hotel Jewelry and Silverware people of Charlottesville, Vs., close Khey Boyd, young Turner writes; "The moved to his new residence on Lexington and a doctor summoned to dress bis wounds Eter bought to this market The Price Lower than by which town is Monticello, where the re- statements which he makis in this inter- street. Mr. E. T. Young and family of which was found not to be dangerous. The the Lowest. Watches, Clock aod Jewelry lle- palrtd on ahoit notice and Warranted. mould-ena- g view I denounce as infamous lies, and the mains of the illustrious Jefferson lie Lincoln county, are.at Capt. F. J. White's. parties were taken before Judge Car tato clay, celebrated the anniversary author as a drunken, blustering coward, Mr. Tom Johnston, of Lebanon, will prob- son and released upon bond until Collins of hk birth Monday, in becoming style. who seems to be envious of the notoriety ably go into business with Messrs. Leavel should be able to stand a trial. Tfae fouoder of democracy would have been of a street rowdy rather than desire the & Palmer, of tbis city. WAYNES3UR0. LINCOLN COUNTY. 141 years old had he thought to live some satisfaction one gentleman may require of Mr. J. C Thompson has in his possesGooch Bros, have returned from the ITanother, and which he can get at any time. sion a rare and curious piece of money 78 years longer. city, where thej have been to bu their Boyd knows well where I am to be found, wflich he values very much and would The report that Secretary Manning was and as I put my name to the articles I pubstock of spring gosds. L. O. Gooch Is erect not part with for any reasonable sum. It about to retire from the Cabinet and be ap- lish, I am personally responsible which he Intends for them." la a $50 bill of the Continental Currency ing a large store-roopelated Collector at New York, to be suc- Turner is trying is make a reputation for and was printed by Hall & Sellers In 1776. to fill with a large and well selected stock ceeded as Secretary by Randall or of drugs. Reynolds & Denng are bravery by meana of printer's ink, but all It is signed by W. Gardner and James Wil- and shipping a good deal of lumbercutting is denied, at Washington. There reports show that he from acted the coward son and states that "this bill entitles the te good deal more honcr in his present waea Jtfoyd confronted him and repealed bearer to receive 50 Spanish milled dollars this place. The spring term of school be efieebut much more pay In the Collecto- r- what he had said to his father. Mottday at'this place, whith 8. D. or the value thereol in gold or silver cur. Ran last Gooch as teacher. Charles Hmlth gave the rency, according to a resolution pasted by . 4 0ANHU.E, BOYLE COUNTY. The Knights of Honor met in Grand Congress at Philadelphia, Sept.2flth, 1778 " young folks a sham pa,rty In the form of a : Lodge at Louisville this week and elected "V" Jo Haas has sold his stock of skunk, It Is remarkably well preferred, the signa- singing a feW nights since. The Sunday W.1L Yost, of Greenville, Grand Dictator. mink, coon and other skins to Jno. White, tures being quite clear and distinct, and is, school, Wayeesburg's best boor, is progress, WHEN IN TOWN Desolations censuring Jndge Breckinridge of Louisville, for $700. Mr. Ha&s says in attendance last Sunday, no doubt, an interesting and valuable relic. ing finely; 218 Harding for the muddle recently wsi the supply of such commodities has. been The following were re elected as leaders WHITLEY COUNTY. WILLIAMSBURG, were presented. The Judge made larger this year than for the past 15 years. . B Caldwell, Superintenfor this year: a explanation and demanded a trial. While Annie Ray, a convened here Monday dent; J. T. Curtis, Assistant; E. S. Gooch, Circuit Court is telegraphed from Washington that daughter of N. Y. Ray, was playing near morning with Judge Fioly on the ebench Secretary and Treasurer. There was no Blackburn is now pufhing Phil Thompson the fire yesterday, her clothing became Ig. and about 1.300 casts on the docket, 900. change in the selection of teacher. The far the Chinese Mission. Great Jehosiphatl nlted. causing such Injuries that she died of which are for criminal offenses. About male teachers are L. G. Gooch, C. O, Cald Oas't these people take a hint? Or will the last night. The home of Mr. Ray is at 500 have been disposed of up to this writ- -' well, Charles Smith, 8. II. Gooch and J. T. President have to take a club and beat it Eagtemaa'a mil), in Lincoln county, near log. Judge Finley.aa usual, has bern mak Curtis. The female teachers are Mrs. V. the Boyle line. The body passed through ing inroads upon the "Blind Tigers." He Ellison, Miss Susie Newport, Mrs J. A. isto their heads that when he wants Mr. here on the way to Maysville. where the is determined that they shall be brought to Curtie, Misses Alice Reynolds and Sarah Thompson he will call for him? funeral will take place. jaeticr. Lee Thomas was arrested and Gooch. Organists, Miss Lou Howard and Also the Well-Know- n Thomas Harrow and Theke has been bo declaration of war The Trustees and Board of Directors broughtinto court on complaint of being Miss Lelia Goocb. & Brad TIIKbetween England and Russia, bat both ard of the Theological Bemlnary met here engaged in violating the , local option law ley Sulky Flow I making every preparation for the inevita- Wednesday In annual session. No business and was required to execute bond in the RAILROAD AIDQUESTI0N. ble event. Meanwhile our produce quota. of publie Interest was transacted. It was of $750 to answer any indictment that ties) are climbing away up and the farm resolved as heretofore, to continue one nro. turn be returned against him by the Grand The Lincoln County Court at It April term, miy er's facets becoming less elongated. fessor in charge of the Seminary the con- Jury and $750 to keep the peace, which 1685, made an order submitting to the qualified county, at an held Hurrah for Judge Durham! As Comp- ditions of the endowment being such that latter bond was, after a suggention or two Toters of thetoting precincts election to be on In ThoBO Goods nro For Balo only by us and will bo sold gunrantood. of the county, the MTeral Can troller of the Treasury, has decided not to unlers something of this sort is done tee from him, raised to $1,000. Tnomss, a to somo of tho bost farmers -. rofor you by Stav tOth, lti5, the following fund will go into other channels. brother of his, was held in similar bonds. pay those of Lot Wright's Deputy U. 8. in Lincoln County. Your correspondent Is the recipient of Sam Williamson and H. C. BHIingsly were "Whether Ibe county of Lincoln shall Issue bond Marshals who were not residents ol the disa peculiar looking book called "Love In- held in $1,000 each, John Wilson in $500 to an amount not exceeding twenty-fir- e thousand trict In which they served. vestigated." It is printed on brown paper and other tigers whose names I do not dollar on the credit and responsibility of the whole county, to be expended In acquiring title U IT la earn tnai me nowan county row and fastened together with a know, were also held to bond. In default or the right of way orer a strip of land through the is eoly sleeping, preparatory to an out- it tells ol a "carved ivory umbrella hanof the bonds all of the above parlies were county of Lincoln, Winning at or near Stanford burst that will eclipse all former efforts of dle" and is a good take off on that excel- committed to the custody of the jailer and or Richmond Junction and extending thence Also, HlK Slock or Walking nud WuIUIuk and Illtllng Culliva- by or ner to Uuslonrllle to the Casey that miserable and lawless people. lent specimen of concentrated Idiocy by he waB directed to put them in jtll. The torH, Turning IMetrn, Double hikI Single county line, upon the general width of not moro Fish of the Marine Douglass Sherley known as "Love Perpetu- narties were informed by me court that than (eTenty-fir- e Snorcl PIohh, tV(. feet, and such additional grounds Bank, of New York, was found guilty on ated." Dieting and Curry, of Louisville uniees the bonds required of ttiem be ex- as may be needed for that purpose and such land at tencounta of the indictment, in which are the publishers ecuted, that they would be sent to a foreign Stanford a may b3 needed for depot building, and Mr A. 8 Miller, of Louisville, Grand jail, to a jailer who would obey the order of machine bopr, round house, water supply usewith embezzling the funds of ho is charged such other buildings and structure a may be she bank. The prisoner Is liable to a sen. Chancellor for Kentucky of the Knight of court and put them in jail. It having ful toiald railroad, and to permit the county to tence of trom five to ten yearn' imprison Pythi is, met with Utopia Lodge No. 33, of been charged upon the j tiler that he did dispose ofsald properly when to acquired to said "Wo Old Railroad Company upon such reasonable terms this place, Tuesday evening when he demeat on each count. cot confine prisoners as directed by the and In such msnner as to compensation as may AEBig The Bensation now agitsting Ss. Liuls, livered an address full of valuable and coart, or according to the judgment of the be agrerd upon by said county, through It Comon information to those connected court, his honor had the grand jury missioners, and tald Railroad Company, a permit in the discovery of a man in a zinc trunk with the order. Mr. and Mra. George brought iu and reinstructed them and di- ted by an Act of the General Assembly of Ken U the Soathern Hotel, which is supposed o be that of C. A. Feller, who was murder- - Welch, Jr., and children have returned rected them to indict the jailer In every tucky, entitled 'An Act to authorize Lincoln tounly to raise meney to aid In the construction d by one Dr. Mix well for his money. troraN-wOrleBoyle Stone, of Lib. case where persons had not been confined. of n railroad through said county approved May erty, was her Wednesday. They both occupied the same room and Beside the resident attorneys we have John 1, 1884." Prices Guarnntcetl o be BOTTOM on Everything. Wakefield & Hudson sold reeterdav to Dishman, J. H. Tinsley, G. M. Adams, 8. T lie undersigned were appointed a commltteo by after Maxwell had been gone several day. Hudi-on- , the Court and directed to haTe the above stated 9coggan & Co., Louisville, 3 car-air- y B he stench from the trunk csuiel it to be Dishman, J. '. Brafford, T, J. Culton the of the horsrs for $350, 1 gray saddle hone and W. H. Braflord, of Barbourville, B. action voters Court published for we Information peaed, when then the ghastly sight wos f the county, and have adopted ofthe . A card upon which was writ $145, 1 sorrel driving horse invented. W. M. Bjyd, Judge Pearl, W. II. Rsmsey, JJudge this method of performing that duty ea ''flo perish all traitors to the great Koe sold to same firm a brown saddle Brown, of London, and John D White, of J. Blxin. Committee. Tiios. W. Varnox. horse for $250. , Wakefield & Hudeon sold Manchester, attending court. .:uso" was pinned to the body. April 10. J J. N. MEMKFXE, Snu-SBteU- c nttriorouriraI NOTES OF CURRENT Saturday evening five 16 hand mulis to Gentry Bros,, at $175 each; to John Harris frost in Northern one same clats mule at $160; to . P.Faul EVENTS. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. H. C. RUPLEY! NEW GOODSSPBING& SUMMER H- ..!: """' T a. Con-TBBt- ion TAYLOR BROS. ECXJST7Q3J'VI31j,Ije;. FAMILY GROCERIES OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY cl. wool-growi- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, r, t ' BaP9KljfaBMsjsd9 aSVxiMIllEiknV .jHatlisbatteiTGEaH jHaaxMr'sSs5iV5i - W. iHfljajtM one-ten- t, Lou-tsrill- e. Vtorajr & rs PHARMACISTS, S JJLfirtM Iff Ny.o VV J JEWELERS. -- m, d "WILL PAY YOU four-year-o- ld 3t To Examine the Celebrated Evans Gorn Planter given up to be the 'Best on the Market. a, Furst -- Nat-unUtque-tUn- poi-missio- shoe-etrin- e. west-wtnl- ly also handle tho Mitoholl and Hickory Wagons. Lino of Bnggios, Carriages and Phaetons Always Hand. ma -- $1-10- I BRIOHT cfc OXJ3FtR.JgL3jr. M pmanamia Htaiii carpets and stair rods for Edmiston AOsrsley. sale by f Br a fancier. Uncle Wila. Tisdale, one of the best New etock of clothing just recelred by A U.S. Deiuty Marshal served a Stanford, Ky., April 17, 1885 EJmUton AOwnler. summon on John C. Horton, of this coun- trainers of his time when younger, ha ty, yesterday, to appear beforo Court at spent this winter sg usual with Kenner A Nicn stock of Rent's collars, cilffo nnd Frankfort to answer John Francis' suit for Farri, at Crab Orchard, Ey. He rode Old 1,4 N. LOCAL TIME C4RD. ties at KJmlston A Owsley's. Pet, by Comet, in her training and races $3,700, balance due on hla land. train going North. ...II 45 r. at. in and trained Denmark, the Inrlncib'e r. A nice stock of groceries at n most de .. " " " oouin .....i on r.u. A new telephone line between Danville .. 115a,u. ...- -. Kirresstraln" Mouth HI stories and anecdotes of men sirable stand In Stanford, or sale. Apply ' m Norn 2Wa.m. and Junction (Jity Is to be built at once and horses of those days nre wonderful nnd nt this cflice. Theahore Is calculated on lUndard time, ttolar ahd Messrs. Miller A Matthews eay that interesting. The two famous brothers, lmel atrtUt 'iO minutes faster Received Monday, 1 car of white Bhell-e- d they will hare the line operating from Josh and Jim Bell were, particular favorites corn, 1 oar of white seed oats in quanti- here to Richmond and Lexington inside of of hla and he yet think few better horse LOCAL NOTICES. CO days. ty to suit purchasers. Bright A Cur ran. have since been produced, nnd he has trainBuy your school books from Penny A ed some great horses. DEATHS. Srnisoihawls, jerseys, collars, cufls, veil, McAlister. The Ivy. Derby promises to be more in- embroidery, kid gloves and Landrctii's Garden Ssed, fresh and gen- legs, Mrs. Green, mother of Mr. Frank lerKBiiDg una year man ever oeiore, aa ho A McAlIster's. uine at 1'enny velvets just opened at EJmiston A Ow. Green and Mrs, M. J. Cosby, died Tuesday many entered therein proved extra good Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on short ley's. of pneumonia, aged 78, and was burled in in their notice and warranted by Penny & Mc A litform last year. The frost and ice of Tuesday morning the Danville Cemetery. She was n good tler. Favor is made solely from his A complete slock of jewelry, latest was succeeded by a warm, damp spell that christian woman and won the crown she career. But msny m good nt 2 rears have style. Kockford watches n specialty. hai had a big effect on vegitntion nnd the will wear by a life of devotion to the Sav failed to get there noticeably, Hinjyar was McAlister. Gelds are putting on their iour. the blue-grabut in the Derby Foil couiths, colds, he, use Comn. Syrup Judge Lytle received a telegram Wed a sensational 2 year-olsummer clothes nmszingly fast. was ecllp'ed by the splendor of Mr. Nich- oi White Pine, In 25 and 50c bottles, Prenesday announcing the death of Miss Sue pared by McKoberti A Stags;, The largest stack of ginghams, dress Davis, nt the home of her brother, Mr. J. las' Day Star. Blue Eyes could have won, FAitMniw, Kkad Ting. Go to Dr. M. goods, white goods, calicos, lawns, cottons, N, Djvis, near Medicine Lidge, Kansas, had he then been up to the form he nttaln-eL. Bourne's druir store and tret one Dsckauo a little later. of Earn A. Clark's Hog Remedy. If you Hamburg, Swiss embroidery, everlasting and informing him that the remains would A biographical sketch of Gen. Harding, are not satisfied after usini: it your money trimmings, linen edgings, hosiery, corsets, be sent here for burial They will probi-bl- y will be refunded. handkerchiefs, Ac , Ac., are to be found nt arrive this afternoon nnd be consigned proprietor of Belle Meade in XiVe Stod EJmiston A Owsley's, to the earth, dote to where she was born Etcord, of April lib, la worthy of the editor PERSONAL - " hM and where the most of her life was spent. as well as of the veteran hero. Our thanks are hereby tendered Mrs. L. M. Lajley received an order yesterMu. II. C. Bniour went to Louisville pneumonia, with which James Dudderar for a largo plate of butter Herdiseise wai day from Demtng, New Mexico, for a thorouWednesday. sho suffered but a few dare. Miss Sue had horse. Mn. L. M. Lasley returned from from her wonderful cow, which recently many friends here, who will grieve to hear gh-bred beat all the records in her yield of that Joe Cotton, a horse well backed in Ky. Winchester yesterday. of her sudden death. Mrs. Dudderar understands the art Mn. W. W. Joxre, a prominent lawyer William Clymer, as honest and as clev- Dirhy, was lamed at New Orleans. Little Mies Price, eleyen day old, ha of Columbia, with his handsome bride, of preparing it as her gift abundantly er a man as ever lived, died suddenly at his proves. are fcUfsta at Dr. I). P. Kites. Wednesday night, been sold for $1,050. home near Highland, Algath, King Mltus, and a pacer, recentIn a Ht" nnv. Licenie was granted aged 70 years. Mr. Clymer was a native Mhs. Dn. Wa muck, of Toledo, Ohio, Wednesday to U.K. Frailer, widower of of Pennsylvania, afterwards a resident of ly eold in Kentucky for $3,000, $5,000 and wai the guest of Mrs. Dettie Caldwell this 43 to marry Mrs. Delila Griffin, aged 28. Ohio and for the last sixteen years a citi- $2,500, were on a train wrecked near Covweek. She left yesterday for Florida. Miss Ada Oliveji, who has been vis- Mrs. Griffin is the divorced wife of A. J. zen of this county, there he made many ington, and sustained such injuries as is iting Miss Lillie McClary for several Griffin, who secured a divorce from her friends. He waa a Jackson democrat; vot thought will retire them from further track during the present term of tho court, on ed for old Hickory and for every democrat use. months, returned to Indiana Wednesday. Robt. Bonner baa sent Musette and Mary Mim IIelle Tvhee, an accomplished the ground of abandonment and the ink ic nominee for the Presidency eince. He muiician, desires to give instructions to a oi toe decree is hardly dry before she was greatly rejoiced at the election of Gere-lan- d Murcbant to Ky. J. E, A J. R. Farris, owing to tbe low limited number of pupils in that art. Ap- for a second time assumes the name of and seemed proud that he had lived price of mules, have reduced the season wife. ply to her for terms, Ac. to see another democrat inaugurated Presi of their fine jack, Steve Walker, to $8. Mn. George W. Pexce, formerly of man tJHOT.-.Mar- ehal W. T. Saunders dent. He served his party almost to the this county, but now of Vernon county, shot Biiley Collins in tho arm while at- very last for he was judge at the lat priHUSTONVILLE. LINCOLN C0UNTT. Mo, obtained licenie yesterday to marry tempting to arrest him, Tuesday night; the mary election and bul a few days ago Mrs. M. T. Williams, of this place, MIm Fannie T., daughter of Mr. W. M. ball ranging from the elbow up and into climbed up the 'talrs to our officejto return to the ladies that she is now reBall, of this county. poll books. The old gentleman was a the breast. It seems that Collins, who had the NoTiciKn Judge Varnon's nomination a grudge against Saunders, came to Crab Mason and will be buried with the honors ceiving a large and well assorted line of tbs Pah's Kvilutktan says: "Here in Bour- Orchard with two men named Thompson, of the order at Mt. Moriah church to dar spring and summer millinery consisting of every new and attractive novelty the marsurbon, the Judge's native county, we rejoice and when in front of Saundera house they at 1 o'clock. A wife and one child kets contain. in the clever widower's good luck. His fired oil their pistols. Saundera 4t. vive him. tt went out sweetheart here is especially pleased. with a gun and succeeded in knocking ColSO minutes by WolforJ'i Sinl. ITCH curnlln RELIGIOUS. Utj latlon. This never falls- - gold by VtDDj Kiv. J. D. Redd and L.C. Alcorn, of lins down, but he got away and began Rev. T. M. Vaughan will preach at A McAIIiter, Drugglits, 8UnforJj tlto by D. C. London, came down to see R. S. Lytle ani shooting his pistol again up town. Sun-der- s Sunday morn- X M. C. WillUtni, Mt. Vcinon. went to arrest him, but tho man took the Btptist church here next J. B. Paxton ride the goat for the first time ing and night. In the OJd Fellows' Hall, and it is said to his heels and only stopped when a bul-lSETT ADTKBTIHEMESTh. There are now eighteen Chinese Sunday-made him bite the dust. that the sight was well worth the trip. The wound schools Brooklyn in New York, ten in "Wink" is a bright Mason as well as an is said to be serious. nnd one in Jeney City. They have about OJd Fel'ow aid ta'tes great intereit in both When the case against George McAlls-te- r seven hundred member. orders. The Old ltlUble were called Tuesday, he plead guilty A college for young ladles I to be esand was fined $10 In each case making tho tablished at May field, under the auspices "Homo of Now York," with Its LOCAL MATTERS. whole amount with tbe costs $70 capital or 83,000,000, There of the Christian church. The building No. 1 salmon, at S. S. Myers, was no proof against Dile Wolford and are estimated to cost SIS.OOO. The Rev. J. Will promptly vben tbe actual Ion li known. Jtatrslow. Beenieb(oreyon Iniure. Fi'LL stock of spring goods at S. II. the caes agairst him were dismissed In B Brlney I to have charge of the institu-lio31. FIjEXXEII, Agent. (Stanford or TurncnuUlr.Ky. this connection we would say to the youog Shanks'. The meeting at the Frankfort Bip'.iit men of town, most of whom are as duration La.ndkhtii's icarden feeds in bulk atMc Saw and as gentlemanly as any in the church cloied after a five week's Kibe ris A Sugg's. world, that we would much rather say with 121 additions. A debt of $3,600 AND I.TJMHF.R YARD, the church The "Pearl Shin' is the best. big pleasant things about them than to publish which has been hanging over On top of tbe Eoobi, cloaa by J. Carter's Grocery for sometime was liquidated, and the their misdeed, and when in the discharge stock at Edmiston A Owsley's. Store. working is stronger and in better cf our duty as a conservator of the petce roOTE A irilEECEIl, l'roirlctorn. X T Huoiics Is agent for the Tennessee in a measure, we have to mortify their coudition than ever before. For all kin Ji of Rcnpral Lumber bnlldrri and othwagon, the best in the market. Eld. J. W. McGarvey's lecture prom-Isc- a ers can not find a better market to lull theiuaelTcs. friends by a publication, it is with sincere Our motto It "Uood Material lor Beunnable to draw a good audience nt the Christ- llatca." For sale, at a bargain, two Racine Road regret, coupled with tbe hope that the cerlong ago he made tainty of a public notice will deter them ian church to night. Not Oarts, beet made. Bright A Curran. a thorough tour of Palestine, where he obof Two thouetnd feet of nice poplar lum- from a repetition of offenses. tained a fund of interesting information of ber for sale. J. S. Bledsoe, Stanford. Jcdoe Owsley granted Bill Carson a the scenes of most of the events recorded in .Lincoln Circuit Court. . For Sale. Milk cow and calf and year new trial on tbe grounds that be erred in in the bible, and this he will give to his xne utiaer mu. Co., rifij., ")y Notice of Hale. a. not admitting Carson statement when he In Equity. ling heifer. Apply to R. E. Barrow. Akin ABUhopi, Dtfts. his audience together with stereoptlcon surrendered himself after the killing and views of many of the places in tbe Holy I'urauanttoajoJgroentolMle rendered In the The handsomest line of fancy glass- because of the alleged discovery of new abo tyled Courtmd action at tbe Land. It will be both entertaining and ISM, tbe underlined Com'r will on March term ware ever brought to Stanford, at Bright A evidence InTiIefavoj. A.IJ the jurori everybody should attend. swore tmnrovint-anCarrao'a. MONDAY, MAY 4, 1885, that while they had copies of the, Interior Admission 25 cent. WINDOW shades, lace curtains, curtain Journal, which contained a short account (County Court day) tbe Coutt-IIoudoor la Stanford, Ky,, sell at public auction to tbe LAND. STOCK AND CROP rods, curtain loops, Ac, at Edmiston A of the case, after it had btta submitted to highest and belt bidder Traction Engine and mem. iney did not read the artkle, and O manufacture. J. L. Diwson "baa sold his lambs to be Separator of tie QeUtr Rtnarator 1198. Tbe engine It numbered tbe Tbe object the judge vuy promptly ruled that that delivered in June to Robinioa A Ware at the sale Ja toH; eallifvplfiV. debt agalnit defti. for Da. Owsley jis making some big tbe sunn olUt"; f iSC.50 and 1497. with 6 per cent cut no figure In bfs dlecision granting 6 cent. interest on all of said tuma from July 7,1881,1111 meats on the Farmers National Bank new trial. The attorneva for Carson will Wheat jumped up fire cents a bushel paid, inltbelr com herein. mads on a credit of 3 Ballditg. TBtf-T- he sale IU be move tbe court for a changa of at Chicago Wednesdey, but fell back to and 6 months, in equal installments. Bonds with Store-roo- m good security for the purchase price, bearing 6 on Depot street, 60 yards venue to Pulaski, aa they allege that it 91 for June delivery. per cent, intereit from day of sale till paid, having from the station, for rent. Apply to 8. P. is not posibe for him o get a and payable to fair trial A Chicago farmer' paper put the ineiorceana ecect oi juaeotents purcbater. Tbe the Com'r, will be required of tbe Btagg, Stanford. here. Mr. Warren offered to retry tho yield of the wheat thla year at 70 purchaser will be entitled to the property upon complying with the tenm of tbe aale. The accomplished elocutionist, Prof. T. case at once her with n jury obtained from cent, of that of last season. lt IF. O. WELCH, M. C. L. C. C. M Hawes, will glre an entertainment wool for at a neighboring county, bul that did not Wanted 50,000 pounds of the Prbyfrlan church, on the night of suit their idea. A change of venue accord- which I will pay the higheit market price. MA J. F. D. IUGXEY May r, fur lue txnefit of the Sunday ing to the usual rule means a continuance A. T. Nuunelley, Stanford. Is a Candidate to succeed hlmrel' In the Plate at tbe call of the cue; an application for school. aubject to tbe anion of tit Democracy. N. T. Hughes is authorUed to engage . and a reduction in bail which will be given the new clip of wool at highest market Barrett's circus sends ua a lengthy ad- and then the case HON. A. O. TALBOTr will be tried it ever at price. See him before seling. vertisement but as the rate offered is so the pleasure of the defense. la The cattle market is quiet-I- t Louisville ed a Candidate lor Senator In the District composfar below our figures, we had to decline of Boyle, Lincoln, Caiey and Garrard, tubject making a circus bill of this paper. But a at 2 to 5 40 for very common grade to ex- to tbe action ol tbe Democratic party. Election Nor Infanticide A poor, e fint Monday In Auguit. tbe show Is only appearing in imall towns eyed sptcimenof humanity, Nannie tra shipping; hogs are easy at 3J to 4 90; 2 to 4. afthis season, we don't suppose it can sheep Walker, a colored girl, was arrested Wed Sales of common ewes at $i.du per ford to pay city pilcea for newpaper no- nesday on a charge of murdering her in tice. fant, six weeks old. On being accused of head and 12 hogsheads of tobacco at $G to hundred are reported in the A Treacher and another young man the crime, she said that tbe child had died $13.25 per Memphis, Tenn,, Not. 11, 1SS1. Winchester Democrat here were informed by 'mail a few days ago when she was going along the road with It I hare tried BndfieM'i Female Regulator, and A gentleman who has taken the pains eearch of work and that she had laid it that each of them had been honored with a in find It iplendld, and all you claim for it. eaye that the average and to inform himself Mattie a. Lowe. Iteirect fully, namesake near Crab Orchard, and they by a branch near Robt. McAlister' In this county will not exwere contemplating presents, Ac, when they covered it up with a rock. She was taken yield of wheat Due Wit. S. C., Nor. 17, 16SI. amount of seed sown last fall. I hare used one bottle of your Femaie Regular received intelligence next day that their thence by the coroner and the body found ceed the L. Caldwell, and can recommend It to the public as being a ipe. W.C, Roger sold to W. namesakes were in the shape of two mule as she had described. A largo stone lay upon It and several other stone were piled Jr., of Borle, to go to Coralton, Iowa, 10 clfic for the dlseaie of women. colts, on the Preachtrsville pike. Youri truly, Ueitki Smith. around. There was no evidence of vio- head of high grade Jersey heifers, at $00 grade Piesby-tsria- n We hope the gocd ladies of the Emltbland, Texai, Not, H, 1SSI. lence on its person and an autopsy was per head; to Mr. 0. Ames, Lebanon, a banon Stan- - I bare been taking your Female Regulator ani church, who really deserve the high- ordered. This revealed that the stomach Jersey milk cow, for $S0. think It a great medicine. Uare rcconiuieuded it est commendation for their efforts in raising nnd bowels were entirely devoid of food of to icreral ol my friends, whs have usel It with Court. About 400 head moit happy reiulti. Lexisgton money for church purposes, will cot take any kind and the surgeons testified before Yours truly, the playful allusion to them in our last is- the coroner's jury that death had resulted ofcattleofallgradrson the market. The F. M. IViutley. sue as a slur. We did not so intend it and from starvation, A verdict in accordance best feeder from b to 5J cents, good yearWesterrllle, Texai, Not. 11, 1S31. UarlngureJ yourremale Regulator with great had we haa thought how it would look in with that fact and charging tho mother lings $3t- - to 40. About 50 mule were CheapaiJe at price ranging from mcceii, and alio tho Mother's Frleud with the ptint, it should not have appeared. with crimlntlly failing to provide for the sold on you my tbanki and belt wlib. $100 to $150 with a few extra ones at $175, tame result, I tend ei. I think ercry female should know of thla The Big Barefoot Minstrels, which will child was returned and the woman remand plug horses old at usual prices. boon to woman, namely: Kradfield'i Female Regu give an entertainment here, April 25th, ed tojul. Yesterday an examining trial The bright sunshine of the past week la'or and the Mother's Friend. was held before Judge Carson and no eviare composed oi the following d Reipecllully, Mn. Javrs Tiionrsox. to have wrought a marvellous dence apppearing to show that she had la said Artists," so to speak: A. T. change in the wheat project in the Shen Linton, Ga Not. 10, 1S8I, D. R. Carpenter, C. C. Carrot), murdered the child he very promptly dis- I hare been uilng yourFemale Regulator for lomo nndoah Valiev, Virginia. Fields that were The poor thing was . "Shorty," Mr. Blackman, P. L. Baker, J enargeu me gin. been turned over for corn are now time with tho belt of remits, and tlndlt to be Juit to have E. Porlman.8. M. Wilhlte, J. T. Carson,, half starved herielf, had no one to help bat you claim for It woman'a best friend. The yield will be at least one Mrs, W. L. Reatej. Retpectiully, her in ber troubles and was not capable of green. E 0. Walton, G.C. Keller, W. B. Walton, thought possible quarter more than wis Joe F. Waters, A, A. Warrep, T. 1). Riney , work, could she hnve obtained it. P. M. N. Y. Son. two week ago. We are constantly lecelrlng lueb Toluntary tesLtwis H, Ramsey and R. G. Hail the McRoberts, who was appointed to defend timony. anniversi-tber, made a centible and ' Send lor our Treatise on the Dtieaiei of Women, whole under the management of that exTuesday night was the 20th ' pert enced old manager from Awayback, Dr plea for the unfortunate creature, which of tbe aKssinatlon of President Lin- milled Irco. Address BaAtruLO Uegudato Co.. Atlanta, Ga. use appreciated by all who heard it. Huflman. coln. Ltr F fuur-milcall-ovPen-,ny.d ar-tid- e. at CAnrns, rugs, oil cloth and mattings at Edmiston A Owsley's. HORSEMEN AND HORSES. Xaadies' and Children's SPRI8 GSH0E The fact that we have sold more Ladies' and Children's fine Shoes since January 1st than ever before for the same period is convincing that Bennett & Barnard and Williams & Hoyt made a line of goods in style, fit and fineness second to none in the market. We Have Received Our Spring Goods In French Cnracoa and Kangaroo Kids in the New that is now the Shoe in the world i Tort, tjome wmie plete. i -- Flexible Sole most popular m a for solid com- sizes are com- INSURANCE! t BBTJCE & M'ROBERTa Seed rr n. 12-l- d "St. Mary's Mills" Sweet Potatoes, Seed MM il ... , Sale Threshing Machine. Irish Potatoes, Onion Sets re ie !'. im-pro- rt and Garden Seeds of the Best yarieties, pr 13-- Sec-al- e, Living Witnesses Testify. at T. R. Walton's f JrV ,,w - Corner Main and Somerset a- - -- "World-Renowne- Nun-nelle- well-delive- red y Streets. Y 1 WE WILL STAND OUR tO HAYI HIAUH thi UVIR MUST might havo aMreml tho summons, accordmanngemeut of myofflco, tnduoeathe request M KPT IN OHKir; My rommNsIon from the president ruiN fpi ing to the tnniper of tho rebel. Tha rcvoluti.iu.sts gained tholr point, howfour years, my pro.ut term not ending untl ever The dominion settled land upon tbm, April 10, 1SS0. I havo performed nil tho duAt our t remise I mile from Turnerivllle at $H peace. Tho sceno of Mi, there ties of with THE KIEL REBELLION. and troublewastho Saskatchewan country- -pres- torosts my cilice to tnyan eye slnglo to the In to liieuru n living colt. ent contldod tho charge. Conscious ol it u3ui cause tho same. Tho district runs nlmost n. a. .& nus, mo not wish co resign, ana 1 know o: not'Eit. GRAPHIC SKETCH OF THE LEADER 1,000 mile along tho river of tho same name. no reason why I should take action that mJgh Tin halfbrcM' lands nro divided into Ions, seem to bo voluntary, when In reality I OF THE REVOLT. My celebrated ddlehore breeder, On Time, would bo taken under protest. Very respect narrow strips, eztendinganunmensedbUnco will nuke theaeasonoftsiS at hit ilatiUi near the back from tho Saskatchewan. This la to fully, your obedient servant, Knob Lick pike, 4 miles from Shelby City, at Thli lino young saddle italllon I have concluded JIisUry of tlio Enrly Uprising nnd tti give each settler a river frontage, a privilege "Ada C. 8weet, to letierre a limited number ol raaret at the low which they are ready to fight for. Tberw are $10 to Insure a Colt till weaning time prlco ol ''United States Pension AgenL" Trcuciit Troubles In tlio Saskutcliii. about 31,000 Indians scattered through tho A newspaper wit sums up the spirit of tb wan Country from a Writer OaTlmoU a beautiful biy, 1S14 hand high, northwest, whom Riel hoped to win over to matter In some doggerel that is not bad: I TIEUST 3DOXiIi-A-3- S ll) .....- wuu wen proportioned lorm ana muscm. tie, was In tlio Northwest. bis cause. My dearest Miss Sweet, tired by Utonewall Jackson- ho by Washington Which money I wilt expend on hli education after J5l".iiiittff.,rl.ca.tipii, imiumfm., Denniaik; dam Fancy by Iktihaiiar. The map herewith of that portion of British I think it but meat ! II J I will also aland at the same place the well known the leason liorer by placing him In the handiof i.i..Ti!vr"??i,..,!!l,'l. ! Ir.ntiti.iit lh r.fu!l.. ...,.n (Spccl.il CorresponJcnco.l Ainorini north of Montana, Dakota oik! You should forward mo your resignation; good saddle bono man, only to steady him tome Jack, wiwirrraViL5irr",".i...7"vTt.iioon. -- in hliealti. for he hai them naturally. I expect tlunv tlio Saskatchewan country in So please don't delay, St. Paul, Minn., Atrll 11. Louis Rial, tlii wui uuru ill rfpuuiiob I to exhibit hlra at thoKaln. (UltEdeli S inn OLD BLACK DAWK, tailor of the prpeiit revolt which Is giving the notthwest corner. From tbo Canadian Let it coino right away, old tbli spring, dark bay or brown, 15i handi tl Canadian authorities so much trouble Pacific railway at S if t Current n trail b inAnd reliovo me, for my situation ' hi lib aHila perlect model In lorm. He w.n ilred And two young Jackt, by one of thtt noted old Denmark ftuilly, LeM native of Manitoba, having bosn borr dicate by a dotted line to Prince Altx-rt- . ls indifd very fad, IIENHKICKS AM) riUL THOMPSON. liuhble'a On Time; Utdam by one of the Krando.it CHESIPEUE AND OHIO RY. Uwro 41 yean ago, under thu old Hulot; This Is th" tvuto the Canadian troop are ex. hones erer known In any country, Cabble'i Old With friends swearing mad. Bay regime. Ho is of French onccjtry, bul pected to take, tho illstanco being about Yfl. riillUU handi, the tire of the old jack, Lexlrgton.a boras more prrinlumi IShandi. Old Hlack Hawk and Phil than ami got more that hai taken his soino Indian blood in bis veltu. H mues. Unttlpfonl, Carltou and Prince good honei any known land at StO and Ilendrlcki at ft MS, on the aauie hone; auy honeinau will tell youthan therefore we ao, well educated, bold and insinuating Albert aiv situated on tho north Saskatchek My dear Mr. Black, termiai the horse. hotild cot let the atralna of these two fauiillei la ii a manners, ana just tbo man tc wan river, aud here tho have Lien held on all colta tor the payment ol 'he lumlown. Ills 2d dam wai by Kaulkner'i Young I fear there's a crack rot Iwd tbo Whoa tbo Hudjoc settled, their fnrms extending In long narrow In the thing called a head on your shoulder season. Maree traded or rruioTcd before foallcj; America. Uncle l'oter (lentrr larihe wai tbebett time tnnkca the season due and must In pild Ail breeder that erer ilood In Iloyle county. Third Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Jlay company sold tho greater part of their strip back from tho river on both sides, the bo htrangu you appeal, care and atteutlon given to proiuoto success and dam by Taylor'a Mcwenger. lands to tho Canadian government in 1800, houses !eing in a lino along the river I cannot but feel accommodate toy patrons, but am not liable lor only lint tunning Kiel commanded tho d imurrectlon bank. The government has resurrey! the You'vo been butting tho same 'gainst i any accidents. LEVI MlVllllLE. against the now authorities, ami held Fort country, laying it out into sections one boulder. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0AX3 Garry, near Winnipeg, for 12 months. He quarter of a mile square, and Insist on the Thli fine young Jack will sIm make the teaton . AMD s oflM5at uir itable, one mllo from Stanford on I really don't see established a provisional government, wized giving up their old homes and the Huitonrllleplke, at U the property at tbo fort, and ha and narrow strip. of land for square unimHow wo can agree, So diverse are your Interests and mlno; lis associates In tho movement pos proved so tioaa, this Riel and his followers Will make the eeaion ofl5!3at mritaMe, 3 uillti 88 to Insuro a Living Colt. wssod of hundreds of thousands of dollars refusotodo; hence tho revolt Rut this I will say, from Crab Orchard, on the Crab Orchard The first fight was at Duck Lake, 13 milts and Lancuter turnpike, at vorth of property. A number of loyal 'Twill bo a long day Store Walter It a brown with white point, 13 r0M handi high, 4 yrara old and laid by good Jick Before I'll bo coaxed to resign. attempted to reaLst Riel, bu they were east of Carlton. It was with tho mounted one of the Unfit toned Jarki tn 912.50 to IiiBiiro Living Colt, men lobeHii actlont like a bone, quick and Ken- KieniflTllICtOliicIuimtlHUdlsex-lugtou- , jiutdowu, aud oua Thomas Scott was shot. and loyal citizens. Soldiers were tucky. lure Ky., Or tlO tiik Skaiox. Prominent In YVnhlncton Society. jWhcti Col. Woboloy, now Gen. Lord Wolse-fcy-, forwanli'J by tho Canadian Pacific railway If you patronize ui we will prcmlie not to detain and the Canadian militia, to the number tjQu'Appelle Mamlirlno King, Jr., U IG handi hi jh, jet black, you long on the Jack'i account. At that point tboyloft the II t 7 yean old, perfect In lorm and wn ilred by Dr. of about 1,000, appeared in front of Fort rauway ami ruarcued overland northir.rtst. J. I!. A) J. it. llen'a Matubriuo Klnr, (the reit ihow hone In Harry. Riel iled and tho provisional govern- Auoth-- r body of troops under Gen. Middle-to- n Connecting tn tame depot with fast Ualm lai the world). Mamlirlno King wai ulred by Mamment was dissolved. At that timo some left the railway at Swift Current and lirlno Palchen, full brother to Lady Thorn, ions were mado to tho half breeds of Man took th' westerly route north. From Qu'Ap-pll- e and 1'atchen, by Mambrino Cater, (the celebrated bone that J. D. Clay brought from New York). to Princo Albert tbo dlstanco is 2oC itoba, each of them getting 240 aerw of land Mambrino Chief wai ilrrd by Maiubrino Payiuai-teran- d trotters and roadsters and more lancv This satisfied tho that pmvliuv H!e. Edward MacQuek. he by Old Mambrino, be by Imp. Meea-ge- r. The slriof any other italEastern horsee Tho present outbreak Is owing to thy fact Mambrino King, Jr.'i tit dam by Tiger and tn Kentucky, will make than season of 1815 The Direct Route to Lynchburtr, D&n llon the Whlpp; Id dam by Jim Allen, 3J uaui by aero; four miles west of Htauford, directly on tbe Knob ville. Norfolk. that tho halfbreods of thu remaining pel X Plucky Woman. 4th daia a thoroughbred mire, Ac..Ar. The colli UCK tiom of the northwest were not .similarly pise, ana win ix ermiiiea io terre mares a i by thlf young bone are the flneit the cuuntry can Our readers will bo pleased to see a pioturo the extremely low price or trcateJ. What Riel now want is o get for produce. All Virginia and North Carolina nsion Jhe other Care taken to preTentaccIdenti. but cot responwhat the Insurrection of of Miss Ada C. Sweet, tho Chicago 930 IhoHcHHou orUO teluNiirc. Points. who claims her right, under thech-i- l forany. Beatou forfeited when uure ti partagjnt sible 3800 got for the jieople of Fort For and will II per month. Due ed with, o. Crab Orchard, Ky. beOraM furnished at acrldenti or tscaes, care will your ticket ticket furtheror Information, apply ir. service law, to hold her office until ttH twm office, but taken to preveut aJdresa Mrel ll-- t W.J. tixso, not be responsible should any occur. W. i:. AHUOLD, regularly expires. Sho is a good looking Nobby It a Jet black Adrertlslng Agt , Description and P.dlgrM Tlckt and Pas. Ael young woman. Anybody can svo that nith with ttar In forehead and two white feet, li: bandt t'ourlti Ate., Ij1stIU. K, half an oye. Sho Is a tall, slender blonde, gout, l.iny leg, v, 1 Inch high, fine mine and tall, aa, v, rtil.l,a.M Oen'l Man erect and graceful. She has re beautiful luad and Deck, 'excellent shoulder, back tlsn'l Pau'r A4. hair, and loin chmond. Virginia. faultier In tyinmetry, and will of the fash: inablo tinge, and a clear Wua yo. The fine Imported Gorman italllon will make the guarantee In ftct.doesn't lire a italllon posresseJ o there She is a rofined intellectual woman, who puts icaaon of ISM at the itabie of J. M.w'ray, at I'ln' a better disposition, and these Ualllles he lurari- Cottage," I1 to I lei from Stanford, on no airs because sdie is a woman and a My impart io nit progeny. .s an eTiuence inai he will produce Tery last bonea wheu crossed on agent. Sho gets the largtt pay of NEASOX, good mares Is the fact that aome of hit Tery speedAT 813 THE in official life la tbo United lay 0. W. iest rolls hare nothlnt but a blr Wallace dam to OHIO & MISSISSIPPI MRS. THOMAS A. nENDIUCKS. Oa J. 3 to Iku-ra Colt States. Her salary is $4,000. She drcss.M recommend them. Tbli of Itself Is tonctuilte 1Xs&t wff 51ns. Hendricks, the wife of tho vico presihandsomely and fashionably, bub plainly. It the ipeol comet from the tire. Nobby Champo U a dark gray, 175 handi high, weight firoof that of Nobby. Jr., record 2 73',, ,M to W The Direct P.oute ta dent, Is at present an Interesting figure Ir. sire is agreeable to record that there Is no noa-wiLSOOpoundiand li 4 years i"ld the tsih of May ai'slr.ofObto, for 13,000. On of hts colts Washington society. Though of lather next. Ueli of Qoeityleand action, good In the alwut her. Her office Ls ono of the best handling In IK season with Tery little lolm, well ribbed administered agencies in tho country. Miss small stature, iho has a commanding will, it ed aboulderi; bea.1and large body, with welNihap Kot.br was ilre.1 by (larnrd Chief the sire ol Uaill and neck well let on. He wai is saiu, wuicn is ine principal guWe of net Imported Sweet has a striking, clear cut face and th - Duke.2 2S'.: Mambrino lllnt'T 1 SHa. lied Crook br O. W. tJtubblefield husband through the mazes of politics. Shi iogtpn, III., September 14, 1MJ. A Co.. of Dloom- 2 S3',. Dill Arii 2 31, liarrard Chletby Mambrino Northwest and .Southwest by tbe way of firm, quiet air of ono who understands herChUi, slreof Udy Thorn.2 18',. WxMftrI Main, We will alioitani at the aame place our tine brlno JJI'-,,toself and her business. She has always sata Is decidedly a woman of affairs, watching seie rsl others In tbe 200 list: lit closely tho course of evente, on wnleh sh young Jack, LOUISVILLE or OINOINXATI. dam br Kisuk; Jd dam by Arstas, 3d dam by that she asked no odds for herself as a woman, does not hesitate to express In convcratlot 4th dauiby Dlomedr. Nobby'i dam a but stood on her record as an official If tho to U by Imp Tranby. thoroughbred mate, said her Individual opinion with a tact and grace, nTttnsnn Leaslnj Chattanooga lor Lou-ii- ll management of her agency did not comparo, Parting with tnare shall forfeit tbelnsurance In All 1 raiDS ISM!! and Onrlnnail make man for man. with that of any other agency of which sho ls unmistakably tnlstres. At 810 for n Lltlnff Colt. Botton li a beau all cases. t". .. dlrectionncctlon at those points with the Light- Htanrord.Cy In tha country, then she would step down Sho was Miss Eliza C. Morgan before shi tlful blact, 14k. handi nljb; wai foaled Norrmber niog s.xpreson me "oio a Misiissippi tor al I will also stand a KIVE YOUNti JACK that Louis and all point West. married Mr. Hendricks in 1S43. Her grand 10, 1V0. and li by Weit Knd, he by Warrior, hli and out any day. wlllbM twrmltlMl toserel a few food mares at 810 dam by Jim Porter, first dam Shoo Fly.by a MamClncto-1Only from Loulssllle This plucky woman ha held fathw, Dr. Stephen Wood, was ons of th moth and Warrior Jack, to Insure. This Jack will be 3 r oars old th Tlhof IA TTnsswn natl to St. LouD, being or two hour nOUro her place 11 years. The Chicago tension office earliest settlers of Hamilton county, Ohio l'aituie furnlihed at reatonabl ralei. but win Septsuilwr, Is fully 13 lianas nun. it wai urea luicarr msu any otner line, gltlng our aMngr . u. iaiuu tor Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks havo had but oni not be reiponilble far accident! iho Id any occur. ny inejart: tnsi waa sou ny nine mr ruraii ana nrst cnoice or satt in trains aois tue Heaviest uu?lncs of any in Uw coun 11,100 and waa taken to California. He Is a half going Wit A Y Aj J!'. I liEFIKIjit. West. try outsidd of ewYork and Philadelphia. child, a son, who diod when three years old brother of tbe 1,100 pound Jack owned by Mr PeySho has for many years devoted much of hei C L. C. ton Embree. TUE COMBINED 8TALLIOK, 12 Hours Quicker TdOuaha and any time to charitablo matters, bWng prexideni than by LOUIS MEL. Ine going by way f Chicago. of the board of trustws of the Indiana lasti Rlel'a fatlier before hlra was a rebel. He tution for tho reformation of girls for foul led an outbreak against tho Hudson Bay years, and while her husband was governoi tompany before that association sold its on of UM at tar liable, IK she inspected closely the affairs of the variou; Thli fine combined italllon will make the mimo Will make the lauds to tho Canadian government. ThL miles south of HustonTllle, on the lluitontllls .( Alwaya makes of 1m) at my itable near Shelby utr, in un- penal Institutions of Indiana. In 1377 sb Jittlo private Insurrection enriched the elder Liberty road ANIallah (llenco Is br Joe hlmo, colu county, on tbe Mieltiy City a ivuoi nmdo with her husband a tour of Eurojsi Riel and mode him ono of the small great No. S410, trial 2:27, record 2 10. Jo Lliuo Is the Con Lick Turnpike Ilea J, at O. C. 6 sld lor which added considerable valuable iuforma slreof I). C. li.. record 2:23'. men of his locality. Tho spirit of revolt Ls, d tlon to her already mind. $lo the Season or $20 to Insure a Liv- tt.OoO the put winter.) IleTlew ricord 2 WV,parr, therefore, in the blood of LouL Riel. His record 2 33 aud Mark WakrCtlJ With all Ltntt at ing' Colt. The fact that President Cleveland Is i fathor was ambitious to mako his son a trial In 2 20. Jo Klmo Is by St l.lmo, 2TJ. (by IS) he by ltydyke's bachelor makes Mrs. Hendricks In politico gentleman and to school him in all the ways Description and Pedigree. Second Jee. Is a Alexander's AMallab.1. lino's 1st dam by Mambrino St. Louii and Intermediate Fointi. No 10. Jo social life the "first lady in the land." Then blood lsy, with Mark mane and til1. IS handi of tha whito man's culture. Tha youth was dam MtltleH. Is some question among theorists whether ii llncbea high, with line style and action, lie la Meeengtr, AMaltah tllenro' 1stImp a strong, bold, black eyed boy, with tha r tlleoeoi 3d Willie D., tby Koralgner, by 4 yeara old thli a republic thero can bo such a position a ningham's Jewel,spring, wai tired by Lcwli Cun- dim Itetlle C . br Cunnlnjhsiil's LViiiwr Ilottnm: Xo FcrriCfs! NaOninlbnnTraus-fen- ! mlxod barbaric and French natures stirring Washinghe by tbefamouiold Imp. Iluturd. (thorthat of "ilrst lady." There Is no nuwtiou a ton Denmark. Klrit dam Minnie, by M tMnal t's 34 dim Miners Uunran. by Ktarllgbt by in his lawless, roitless soul. He wai sent to y dim am i.r oughbred.) Willi D.'aAltlallah Olenco't colta are Connection mad Id Colon Depot, rjt. Lou la. all about it, however, In Washington society llalrorn Zil dam by wells' crusader. a Canadian college. Ho learned carily tho Imp. Planso) a ton of Ditt Crockett; 4th dam a rslusl V old Next to tho president's wife, tho vicc-prgood motets, bolts aaddl and with trains of liues going West, North est and lessons set nun. uut tno tllscipunoof tho good fine and large and 's Mr. 11. C mare, pedljree dent's wife takes precedence. During tin saddle Old Minnie, damunknown. fathers who were his teachers made no imof Second Jwl, waa a harness. I hare one of his colli that trotted l.ieo nouinwMi. going West II you are to any point, call oa or yardton alOO.jard circle at the rat ol 2 19, timed past two administrations tho pression on him. His untamo.1 uaturo burst premium animal frum a colt up to tgf-- mare Ky without Jewel has been ihown fourteen times and wore byO. M Olrent, HustonTllle, that , li about any wilio to th undentgned. havo had no wives. Mrn. Hendricks wil all restraints. He repelled the advances of u Kor lull and reliable Information In reganl to handling; I also bare another tbe blue twelre lluei, belog defeated only twiti therefore fill an Important social position. bis schoolmates and shrank from human Pasturage will be furnished at rnonabla rates. good. Hera Is a combination of the best trotting Und, Ac, Io the Western ritates, Maps, oujM 8ho is very ambitious for her husband ow Parting with mirea lorletli the Insurance. Llea and rnnnlng croes In existence AMallab Olen-c- o and lowest special rate for Tickets and Household companionship, like a wild creature on has little training takes a keen interest in politics. In this re retained on all colu until terries charges are pilt. ings A haa bul track In Hoyle but trottedKy Hatch- Oood to all point West call on or addrra of the woods. At length by some county, which Pope' O. II. lLSOP, Louis Cunningham sold two trcond Jswel tolls at spoct she resembles the brilliant women o chance a fellow student of refined, studious it ten tecondi slow, la 2 IV (tlx week or two Piusenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway. 1400 each and aayt be would not ti.e fl,0CO France, those in whoso salons mighty event for one that he hai that disjiositlon was thrown with Louis Riel somemonth handling.) Mr. Pop aay be howd a Harrodsburg, Jty lelt. saddle 2 30 gilt frequently. 11 I also a firtt-claW. W.PKABODr, have been planned. Mrs. Hondricks is i W.B.HIUTTUC. C. T. HAXDIWiF. what. Ho at onco gained a marvelous lattu-euc- o horse and bis coll slinoat Inrarlably show saddl Pres't and Oen'l Mao'gr, Oen'l Pas. Act, HhelbrCtr. Cy. woman oX great force of character. The lit over tho youth. Louis formed qualltlM. Persons wishing to brel will do well C. W. PAKl. CenUal Paacgr Agent. tie of her husband's success In political life I n Ktrange and strong attachmont to the gentle to examine tny hona sad coll before breeding ClnrloruU.Obta. i hioJs He t a beautiful brown, ADA C. 8WEIT. elsewhere. said to be owing-tcomrado of white blood. Ho began to change, her. Her mind Is highlj high, superior lone and muscle. Standi lor tbe to hoed his tasks and the admonitions of his She Is a daughter of Gen. B. J. Sweet, a sal- - cultivated and she is an easy and readj amalliumol tlio fm nrrmoisI or also bit.oh TH. x.sk. XrMKAT'S Hl'ECiriC, Undoubtedly she will wear th. ttftcliun. His manners grew milder, ho be laut officer during the war. His daughter's talker. stand nature t Urlng Celt. will apmtment to her high position was an honors of her high position gracefully. Th Thli high bred stallion will tUnd the sean of ISSJ to Jack, my gan 10 do courteous and less resorved to tho at my itable near McKtnnty, Ky., an 1 will; JssVU Tbo Great Euglbk Remedj, around him. The wild d son of R:el accident, apparently, and yet it came about lady has bright black eyes and a seneralh be permitted to aerre tut res at tbo rebel gave promise of becoming a gentle- - exactly in consequence of her splendid ability ditttngui appearance. She dresses ricblj la a potltlT cur for Weak Memoto fill the post During her father's adminis- and wears eyeglass. ry, Lom of Brain Power, Nerroue Att&U. 8S the Season or $10 to Insure a Llriiig At IIO to IiiNtsre, BobMc. It 15 hands ' Lxhaustfon, Seminal Waakoca. In a week's tlnw all was charged. The tration of the office this girl did not spend brown with mealy Boa and a No. 1 breeder. Oot Celt. Imputtney, and Otneral Lot of by the Eil. Campbell Jack, h be Robinson's Laap-sorriililent of tha Franca CoqhcIL gentlo whlto schoolraate fell 111 ono day. The her rUno eating candy and doing up her hair Power of th Oen.rtJlr Orgtns; Description and Pedigree: Tbli beautiful bone by Imp. Mammoth. ,. muy . t.WIIUW 4 ailment develojied into smallpox, and ho wai in curl papers. Not sho. While other girls ATZgr72P j . liartdsorrel, 10W hinds high and noaseame at Not mponilqla for accldeots or escapee, but b.i.i i.nng. quence utvi'a.rs Ilia, luprudroc Mot youlbrul lay abl mornings and read novels, and or removed to hospital. Youa; Riel much atyle at any bone tn America. He hat made mtreeleltwltbmewlllbe well cared for on rea th xceol mature-- l year, uch Tr..Mrb. it lnl on the track. Hit tire was John Morgan: sonable terms. refused to romnm at bt lessons. He made crazy quilts, Miss Sweet was uc RH.POITKLI. a l nivertal usjultua. Pain la the he by Imp. boTerelgn. Vint dam Hallle Lewis, by back. DlnineM of Vision, Prem. and worked all day in her ran away from collego and followoJ the bright and ea-l- y .! 1. I1I . U.Mn llj .MJ,' ll..Afn... f..... UlIUlUTl .'J .I.,.. llj V.W..V, I., linn ..l.'.VW. ..Ml. nfniwu. tureOld Agt, and rainy otrerdlt-esu-e schoolmnte to his hospital e,t-lwHe father's office. Sho kept regular hoow, like w uam iuy lotupnins. oy Amenun rxnpse; uu that Ie4 lo Insanity or watched his friend with dog-lik- a dim Katie Ann by Ogle's Otfar; 8th dam Young devotion, a a man who meant business. She never once In all casoaof Mild of the Oaks, bt Imp. Expedition: 6th dam dovotion, alas! tlwt wnn all in vain. The said that she wanted to work "wheu I foal Weaknees the Specific ids like a I&& Ifiskx !&&$ Old Maid of the Oaks, by Imp tfnread Ctrle; 7th lllce it chirm, restoring loss or fading Tig- She never stayed away from her oung man died of the plaguo. dam Annetta, by shirk; 8th dam by Itelson'a or, giTinz io lb J a brilliant From the day of hid death Loufa Riel wx desk beTa'ij she had 'a headache, or cried llocklngbam; 9th dam by True Whig, 10th dam and sparkling beauty, to tb cheek! AND PAPER HANGEB. br ISaTlor'a Oallaot! 11th dam br Burrell' Imp. littlo siwn in towns and cities. Ho fled te wlmu she got a scolding. In regularity. me ruy biooom of health. AftarTaklar Begulous; 12th dam by Imp. Dlomrde, ton of his wrxxls, up in tho great Manitoba rountry. and business-lik- e behavior rMurray't Spec lie ! sold by til DrugcliUat Hautboy. Norton Ilambletonlan's 1st dam Mary, Freico Celling Taper Hanging a Specialty. All All tho wildiieKS In him broke out again. she was a little bit better than thj bet man fl per package, or tlx package for fj. Also by br Norton, by Old Lexington, i whose reputation urarra rromitiy AtienuM to of them all. Consequently the force of malo on From that time on ho dwolt among ls 2d dim by Hambletonlan, tbe lire ""Ji. If pirtlcutari receipt of orlce. 400-Sravroao, Kr, Full In pampfiut, which will U ofa bmtot tucctsful trottert. and 'Indians, the boldest, strongest, clerks about her never said theydidu't like mailed free to every applicant. Add re all comI win alio ttand at tbe tarce time ao 1 place to work in the same office with a cruelest barbarian cf them all. When munications to th sole manufacturer. i pky next heard his name it was ai the woman, booauw sho made so much bother. A ISO. 1 JACK ! JtVitit.l V MEDICISF. CO., College. Miss Sweat was not that kind of a ikln leader ol tbo Sold In Stanford by Penny A MeAlltter'a'n At Sfi to Insure. Orasi furnished at reasonaMe woman. Jsll STANFORD. KY. Druggists erery where, OUTBHKAK OF 1V.. rate, buttl-- no responsibility for escapes or acciThere was dents. A word on that will serve to explain the brother? and a large family of children, her r.'IU,u' PT,, Co" Wholesale Asea ti. J. llMLIiEIt OIVESS. sisters. Her father taught ter Uulivflles gy. present one. The Hudson Biy company had all tho With a Full Corps of Teachers, routine of his bulnesa She was at had po-d-s ia thu reglou inquf; length promoted to bo his chief cleric Ut lion for a century prior to 1;:. They had This Institution will open its fifteenth gstilon was afterwards nppointed deputy Jim'ion on th lit Monday tn September n.xt. largo Wu.;n they trail fcnxl their lands and property to the JommUvonerat Washington. VhtlnoMiag ELJK.tE nEJfltl BlltSSO.V. rREUABLE SELF-CUR- E 'um fMiuuu ub ihou suuueiiiy. itowasotM ALL THE BBANCHLS OF A Canadian government, the region was The chants of ministry ia Franco occui sf thoe who had not growu rich in efflce, A f&rorlte tirrHniin ... by a numerous papulation oi so often thst the formation ofa mJnttry J" muaL natiVi anrl nirw'..fMl ..lil'i.. ."" Freinh and Scotch halMiroeds. Without ind his large family was left unprovided for. M. Briwu as prwiJont wotilil Kcarroly with Slreof Emma Manley,Bob Pate, Fbrentlce, Dsubt THOBOUGH ENGLISH COURSE (nowmrredTfoMbocuVe7fSrV,V,rVl? at- do, Ac, will make the tenon of Hi, at lay itablet What was to becomo of them At tils r,oit coiiiultin? them, the dominion sent survey tract on this sliloof tlm in plain vopek.,. Urui,!,rcVn mTl. ia. Grant, then president, appointed thw tlwt itattention tha defeat of Julo nFerry nnU nearatauioru, &y., Are taught, aa well as ra and pan-llioff their Li?.d In tnarlu and .juy.... w. nnnu a uu., LOulSltni. in o.ui r s aauguier to tue Chicago gncy 'Jillfio" foreign nollev Whl-- h ha Inrtltntw! A5U8IO, TUB IiAKOUAOEQ, DHAW. AT TWEXTY DOLL A HS. This wai Apri: 10, 1874. Sho was i then 23 INO AND PAINTING. rears old. The brave girl pension agent has Tr Krtnch people aro at heart conservative St. Martin It one ot tbe most distinguished sons Inclhied to mhid their own lwlnejn. Th of Imp Sold her oil! e ever since, through tbo adminPhaeton, winning good races orer good istrations or Hayes aud Arthur. Gen. John Trar with China was distasteful to thom, bul horses at all distance, and a Tew of hit colts on as long as thoir troopi wero succoasful thev theturfln 1SSI were all aeen at tbe front ills A. Loguu has her firm friend through-ju- t. ol tbe permitted it. Wlien the Urst news of reverse ton, Doubt, was one ol the beat typeofa thorough- Her mother, nn Invalid, was struck h Io Tuition, urlrea rarure from tli to iiO In tb sear. St. Martin It tbe highest passing railway tialn in Chicago some years came, they repudiated the w hole foreign imlic urei nore. standing orer ib; nanat nign, apien. regular Departments. Primary, 921; Intermediate TH:0!.LYTRU2 and coasequently tho Ferry miuUtry wa'i dldly proporiloroil, kind as a Umb aud toninlnci tXO; Preparatoty, l". and Collegiate, 150. jgo, and killed. Miss Sweet has therefore tbe Lett blood of England and America. Ky Imp. ojectod. jeen father and mother both to U.r youujr Imp. Yorkshire; secPhaeton, 3f. BrlKsoii is lint 60 veari of For full particular!, aa to Hoard, Ac, address rn. ond dam nrst dara Tokaybyby Garrltnn'a Zlnnnoe, arothors and sisters. She lias suppoitod and Miss Martin, H. U. TUlir.IIKAIlT. 1'rlnolrinl, .ilucated them with tho money sho imwIvmI fatlier was a pronouueed Itepublicnn, aud (son of Sir Arch)), third dam (i3brlc!la by blr mifl. Stanford, Uncoln Co., Ky, Arcny; ii.e o:i, oven a a youtu in,tlio law school, pul (dam rnuriu uam i.aiypso, uy iteisir una unm is pension agent. of Contention) by Imp. Dnro Derll slxlli Ids Ilopulilicau cuntiiuouti oa record in the 1'he in which Aa was asked Wlldalr; seTenth dam PlcaJllli, br form of n Republican paper which h datuSymcs' Ilatl A Macklln's Feranaugbt: eighth dam (Iciol- to res!ga and refuses Is rather racy rimdin" startol, called L'Avenlr. This at a tim Fhln; ninth dam by Imp. Hoblnobi tenth dam by This is the Jolly Ranger; eleventh dam by Imp. Valiant, whou it wai danxerom t) oven hint at a ReIs teen KKQVKST FOIl RESfOXATIOX. his Thus twelfth publican form of government ihovri tht blood It dam by Tryall. the tameIt fountain that wji enriched from that "WAsm.voTo.v, April 4. "IVill you wnd to couragwui fpirit ot Lexington, the great race hone and greatest of Brkson. When 24 E8utiiAk,iOwX vloig1 thli oillco your rojignation to take effect on Uiroat trtwUln prevented him fiom courta tires, and Olencoe, Yorkihlr and Phaeton ' I E. H. BURNSIDE, June ao. You will readily appreciate tho pleading, m ho adopted jountaliim. In the ttirl histories. I bare nut Ills ser FACTS RECAROINQ X-SIIOWIXQ TJ1K SASKATCHEWAN COUNTRY In H7 vices at tbe low figures to oblige my friend nnd fact, which I gladly state, that tlwru h no h entvrod tint French a. embly Tlio lands were wanted to bo ojiened up for reaion ai a delegat neighbors and to Justify breeders at a distance In DPiHarbrtlMnTciiii "Well - Known iwrsonal sending to him, and would take a few good mares This Old icttlemeijt by the white man, and tho Indian agemunt of yourto yourself or to your man. and in 18SI suctxiedel Gumtmtta as preiM-- nl . on the shares 1 will alio stand at tbe suae place office which induce this .Itwllli titirtiV Knii onpl1i lin 9I frr of tho chamber of deputies. i M. Hotel Still Maintains must go. The (.ettlera resolvod not to sub- I arn, very respectably yours, seven yeans tenn as president of Fran, ..t. my combined horse. MKALTUandVIOOKof Y&UTHI 111 a.l iiIom ul IUel High t thoir head uisiMii-"John c. Black. Commissioner." acertaliiaml 'IONIC plroa in January next and It was expects k. Garry. A5)Ut li)M-nla- . C'l'ei; AMD Apiiot'.to.liKltes. 3IL" Swot at once telegraphed buck a disbarrier was crectl, UrUfon would l one of tho candidate! lion. I.u.-- ui- htr..i.ii. alitor ii. .!,.. i. which an array of grim and gleaming patch, uot to t: rt o.iilcntl Commissioner Mock, but And my Norman hone, Iti Proprietor ii Determined that with liuitiu'llatu andrccdiu new usulli. Enlnuni Ilunoi wcoeedhhn. Tliotigh it nowdoiend.i aib bayonets stood guard. Tho dominion sent muscles force. TO THE PRESIDJCXT. it Shall bo Second to no Country tbo mindand nerves llruln P,m,r. gether on how he manage his prejont poand supplies Iroopn toquell the Insurrection. r Their "The commissioner of pensions telerrauha sition. Liko our ovn president, he keeps a complaints Hotel in the State in its Fare, .uiicrinK hli demaudcl tho surrender of tho peculiar toinini their L08 mo to scnd Um y realjrnatloa Apgointmonti, or Attent3 DR. HAHTER'3 own council And this reticence of dispoTONXOi tilo aud invedr A swollfch'' young Eligllshman of tho fort. euro. It Klvcs a and liesllliy conipJoxloii. Unld,5ltuhM l003'0" igt-nt- , to talw sirect sition W in his favor, as his opinions com. tion to Comfort of fctaff strole il,iliix.n,t,.i b.i.. .. $13.50 TO INSURE. 30, 188.1. At the their Quests. barrier, put his glass to his oyo, and gazed June nn IMaillll l.innnal nmo Umo ho declares manii protounu nwpect wuen he dooa ox . ...Grast and feed furnished at reasonable rater, bu ML'lUDIlk A "" llmf. wv. a Ml COUniLrilIIIIltr bilii r.nli ...t,l...l'... .i.aLliniiiiiu -!. or vo my jsreau them. ''..:i'' ...vimi iu luyseii, no responsibility for accideut should any occur. fcwlwitly at tho detormino.1 faces iirorthobrrii:i:"irV.:.vi"i:i,."",HPS1." behind, BsRRSge wlllbe eaBveved to sad from t he de do not prTu..iii -- wTiTio oKtsiSAL axd'bk nil drawled out: i also bate for sile 17 yearling Mule and 10 CATARBU CORED, health aad sweet breath aJlrl free of chare;. Sseelal acconmodatloai THAT HACKINQ COUOII can be so quickly tborocghbred Calves. "lU'iurJivi that blaw3tod fonce." A voUoy to Commercial Travilir. Th Bar will by roll ot straon and nulul in, ,I.iTrtr. af musketry or a roar of laughter, either one secured by Shlloa's Catarrh Remedy. Price 80c. cured by Shlloh'a Cure. We guarantee It. For B. II. DAVaitSlAK, Inaj aappIUd with th cholttll For sale Penny 4 McAlltter. 42i-ale by Penny A McAllitcr. On. HAnrgR's iron Tonio is for Salc by Stanford, Ey. kraadaof LUuonand Clgart. ali riDlliVUOTa .un nm... Stmr?3Icekliinffnoroumal J jJt a sSkd!v5 mmwmwi a ON TIME! - j. r. GILTJiDGE! mhfm Routo Mln-neot- a ia 1 li half-broe- Kentucky's s d East half-breed- s. - bnlf-bree- STEVE WALKER! half-breed- Mambrino King, a Jr. boi-am- A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY. civ-Sla- r.tiiitis. -- tn . half-bro-ds- of first-cla- half-bree- kiso, ; JtSS iSS no-jia- u $W GHAIHPO ! k n.nniiu trot-teI!- ut St. Louis & tho West rfft half-breed half-bree- d ('H, clear-heade- d, U I'J-t- D SECOND JEWEL Abdallah Glonco! O. & M. neotions Fast Time aud Sure well-storo- x: Cbero-kei,(b- eI Par-Tin- l ec-e- st 'S ebw; Norton Hamiltonian. !3-- :eot lifi'ESliroy n. :u I T. J. BOSUTEY, HOUSE PAINTER! esswosw SOM tl mm half-breed- s world-wide- ;) ': f. civili-xatloi- Stanford Female fur-tradi- Stallions for 1885. ST. MARTI2MT. zm FREE! ... Hl tr "' s, Ix-e- n TERMS MODEKATE. corift-iwiiileiic- o MYERS HOTEL, Gro-A-'- .wt n,el' JOE ABDILLAM, PHIL HERIDAN, STANFORD. KY. Propr and its Reputation, IRON TONIC .. s t com-aiaiido- LAnlPK - ..-.v.- .. -- c&KrTtf'5S:t!wp.o!' ... 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