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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885050101 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. Semi VOL. XIV. ""T gr Vitf rl flip fllM1rttfi STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1885. NO. 17.. i"i EXTRAORDlNiRT ! OHi CROWDS ill UlXSX 11 wpsHI s OF M N, WOMEN AND CHILDh Throng our Store dully, all AuxloiiH.to Secure some of the GREAT W'c EVERY DEPART y6nrliiiliic.s4 Hitmy now counnenco our second In Munfbril. The past bns been a year oi unprecedented Success, our Sulen linvlng run Far Ilejoiul our Expectations, notwithstanding prcdictcd for iih utter failure; wild a Mlrlclly viimIi bimiiieHH could not be carried ou In Stanford Huccessfully. But we Intend to greatly disappoint all such. Our Business Increase. businots it may seem 6lraugo thnt To one unacquainted with our rt tluro has bwu auythiug in the seniou just past or iu that oi the prosont to warrant the enlargement of our fucilitios with the expectation of any groat inoreas of trade; hut while wo know the general cry during the past season 1 1 Goods for Spring and Summer From 25 to 50 per cent. Lower Wear, than Elsewhere. The greater part of theni at Some of our competitors cry "Auction and shoddy goods." and instead of hurting our trade, as is their intention, merely help to adver- - tohavehcononeM-dmnrad- e J Ile Believing thnt- - 0ne.Half Real Vallie. also made arrangements f f We are Plowing Right Ahead, , with one of the best buyers in the city to out for Bargains. cKeep as Good a Stock as Any one in town. If we have anything that is in any way imperfect, the imperfections will bo shown you before you buy' An' due examination not found as represented, money will be cheerfullv returned. JLU I ei9 Our Original Business.., is the JhLin a Ve will Receive Goods Everv Week during the Season, that will Win ravor, Allll JLVJLAAAO (V7llJL Tfl. iniB oli. kJ li C 1 -- . . CIX Li Whether times bo good or bid. S. L. Towers has just roturnod from New Direct from New York auctions ami Sheriffs' Sales, thereby somothing new, at prices Guaranteed York City, where ho taught a groat many very desirablo always having To one and all. You are invited to call and see how many more goods you can buy for your dollar here than elsewhere. J K3JJlfb c u n ttSJLL WE .AE LEADEKSot FOLLOWERS y i .LM111 Lo L1L0. fine wulo Brown e Good Standard Prints, light or dark, 5i per yard; good yard vnnl. , worth ..,.i....j,u ftnn Ttmurn Hnffnn., nnr ,, i. , ..w.... w. juru; uuui jum-niuBrown 8jc; extra quality fine Brown, 7c, worth 10c; tho very bet Bleached Cottons iu all tho popular brands Cnttnn. sA e. 12 varda for 61: best jn this department we carry au Immense Assortment and guarantee to A new lot jun received and almost given away. We do not confine our-from 5c to .sjc per yard; good Domestic Gingham, 5c per yard; very UUK " UU'ua)i "U1- "" uiusi anywung we save you about one hall; Wool Hats from lUc to 4Uc; (Jcnts Fur Hat6, war Domestic Gingham, S..c, sold overywnere ai iuc; rauoy wins 111 yards for SI. CttU Bei tt,aJ UDUer VRlue anu Bve our customers tne oeneut. per yard, Country mer-- 1 ranted perfect, HOc, worth SI anywhere; Fur Derby Hats from IMc to 81 ,r0. Brocades and Solid Color Dress Goods, Will havo as tho season advances an elegant line of stylish Straw Hats for chants and peddlers, we invito you to look, through our strock. We can give a many drives you will not be able to find iu tho cities, thereby Meu aud Boys at tho same popular low prices. saving you nme ami ireigai ou your gooas. j.o ail tnose who havo never visited us, (if there be any such in the county) wo cordially invite you to call Here wo can aave you many a nicklo. Job lot fino Dress Buttons, 10 cts. and we will take pleasure in showing you around, whether you wish to purper dozen, worth 2"jc; threo papors good pins for 10c; three papers good neo. chase or not. dies for 10c; six papers Hair Pins for .rc; threo cake3 fino Toilet Soap in box, Thero is no placo like ours to buy your Men's aud Boys' Clothing. We 10c; a nice Fancy Bordered Handkerchief, .1c; 31 en's good Linen Collars, Under advantages that no other house has tho Pluck and Audacity to 10e' three for 2oc: Boys' cood Linen Collars, fie, six for 25c; good Noto Pa keep an elegant lino of Tailor Mado Goods. If we can't please you in stock, per, fie per quire; two good Crochet Needles for fie; Men's good Cotton Socks, wjh ordor any kind ofa suit made for you. A good fit aud satisfaction guar-fi- to employ, we claim to place before you a list of prices, per pair; three good Palm Fans for fie; good Corsets, fiOc, worth 7oc; one nnteod. You can savo soveral dollars by ordering a suit from us. Men's lot handsome Leather Hand Bags, 2fic to 75c, worth double; one lot Albums, Suits from S2 fiO to S20. cabinet size. fiOc to 90c; fimbroidorios aud Lacei in endless variety at extraa mr-i'i- t-j we have not spaco to ordinary low prices, and a thousand other little things 'Not quoted by any house, solid or bankrupt, no matter whether cash or credit. mentiou. Lsdiea', Misses and Children's Hats at 50 per cent, below regular prices. We place this advertisement before you and mean it to be Final, Decisive Genuine Ostrich Tips and Plumes for a mere trifle. Flowers, Ribbons, &c, and Crushing in its logic immensity of variety and its unapproachable, solid and stubborn Fact3 and Figures that will not and can not lie. Shoes, 75c; Men's go tho same way. Men's light Calf Boots, 81,25 and 81.75; Men's Plow I . ....... r. vjoiion, oc pei u (i Lacel Shoo. 90c; Ladies', blisses' and Children's Shoes from the cheapest! to tho very best custom made, and at prices a great deal lower than regula r rlnnlAva - rru1 1 i '"" T.oIiao' b firman .Qlinrnta Qfi , , Tn 11 vAJL - Panpv yard-wid- Hats and Caps. An elegant assortment of New Spring Styles with prices, as usual, lower than elsewhere. jo. Olirl Wi nrl nxxr UI1U ff J.AXVIVS1V QH-orlc- i KJUClUCOfc Tinware. ic "'"i.""" J"'" .- -, """" - Notions. 7" Sat Clothing. o v lYllllllier V Boots and Shoes. ' JJepai' tmeilt. An Array of Extreme Bottom Figures i s IlllSIg - THIS GREAT BARGAIN STORES, L- MAIK iSTKBET, . ftSTT. AS9 F&eai ovobs m &OW FBIia AAJPM HOTEL UTDIXJMIVG, - - ., 8TANFORD?, KY - GO mjt B. for a distance of ten to to twenty miles. Remember a emnH bill bought of us saves you ecough to pay your railroad faro bslh ways Snw-WBttMBSnttriorlon- Ky., May 1, 1885 W. P. WALTON. the toil In the market, which will I Lancaster. g W. K. Azbill delivered an Anent Mr. Blain's Card. Gotton Up in Stylo and Mnko Second to Nonti in City or Country. lecture about the Island of Jamaica Oph columns are always open to an hoc at the Christian church Tuesday evening Olvo 5Io a Trial. nan who dealrea to bo heard upon n to a eood sized audience. nap Tho wife of Dr. W. C. Montcomcrr. of qncation of public interest, however KC. Paint Lick, died last Saturday after n short tow or puerile hia views may be. We Illness. Her remains were interred in the therefore publish Mr. Blaine'acnrd "to the cemetery at Paint Lick on Monday. issue, THE NEW GICOOEIIY AM) lIAKUiVAKE HOUSE OF o! Lincoln county" in Totn Col. A. M. Swope, of Lexington, was is to a guest of his sister, Mrs. J. N. Hasclden, rod our only regret about the matter Wednesday. Rev. R. M. Gano, formerly n .find eo clever a gentleman, occupying such resident ot this county, but now living in beaded and illiberal position a wrong Texas was in town this week. a question of general concern. Mr. Jno. Burnnide, a prominent stock The war cloud is gathering thick and intelligent per- 3E5L"!5r. :Doe Mr. Main, or any trader living ntar Hyattstllle, this county heavy in the old world and an outbreak is made an assignment last Monday to John eon, for that matter, really believe that the threatened daily. It must of necessity be V. Poor and Allen Bumside for tho beneonly or tbo chief benefit to this county WotitJ kl. illy ok 7our attrition to U fict that liter hare juit returned from the cltlti with lines ache; fit of his creditors. Liabilities nre estiof the a terrible struggle; many hearts will ti ah and well telerted itotk of fllOlt i: to be derived from the buildirg mated at $30,000 and assets at $25,000. many be killed outright and many will be ChcBapeako and NBhville road a great Deputy Sheriff Henry Burdctt sucwounded to live a life worse than death, ceeded in capturltg James Judion, who trunk line from the south weat to New but the average speculator cares for none of has been at large for seveial months, and "York, Philadelphia, Washington and the these things, they are bound to put money lodged him safely in jail here. Judsou is In endWi variety, dainty In nillty and latlifjctery In prlrt; tbli wo guarantee. Oiralio ihtll be Virginia portaon the Atlantic which would t all times to lupply crery want In our line, wanted for malicious shooting and wound in his pocket. The farmer too will reap a double our wealth and population in five ing with inteut to kill, urand larceny and from rich harvest from the seas of blood that cattle stealiui;. Tears ia the mere tax to be derived road-bed- ? If he does, wil flow. Mr, Peter Aloaeley. Deputy bhor.fl of Conlt of the HtandarJ Ilrandiol Kuror and America. Our Urg line of Cuokieg a county levy on ita rtte Include Jessamine county, broucht hero Tuesday theJuMly celebrated "(lrrl Wotern Lexington would honor herself by and many other UmWy lTorlle. Our Calaa, (IIm then his cheese paring or if it wero true, John Drake, chaigcd with broaking into and Qmenimro itsek eemliuln part of Table, Tea andl'bamW tfela etapWte, Olanware rlrhly cut argument as to the possible expense to the electing John O. Hodges to the Legislature. the reeidenre of Mrs. Boner, who lives and etched. In tho way ofllreadttufli wenamolluckwheat Hour, tho iueenol all trlWea. Our celeobtain it He is a true and capable man with in tinge conntv of $7,000 or $8,000 to near Bueon Vista, this county. 1IU trial brated Patent "(t.M." Klour, urlralled for cake and paitrj.whllo litre and HowlBy.etir own palrl-oti- c is set for Saturday and in Ue interim Mr. might have some relevancy or weight. of the demagogue in ,bim. Hon. James producti, arrayed aafailbful adjunct! All thedelloatlealn Foreign and DowmIIo Confcellom Drake was placed under the tender and are here. Tin, Stone, Woolen and Wlllowware, KleOrlr Laiupt, Stationery. Caaned Meata and Frulti Da he really believe that the court's dic H. Mulliean is a bright and eloquent fel licltous care of our jailer "Big login" and a cotupletellne of Clgara and Tobacco Well, thlt laonlj a bint of whit wo be. Pelleting tum in the Topeka cate has any great or low, but some of his actions in the last Rothwell. that we can male It to your Interest, wo confidently atk an elimination of nurgeodtand your patron-aproposition be- Legislature did not particular impreis us pertinent reference to the Hun, J. 11. Brown now has his law llctpettlully, T.I i I.Olt llllOTIi Kits. office in the couil-housMr. R. II. Tom-lirso- n fore mb, which ie simply whether or not we with the entire abcenco of certain peculiar diswill shortly remove his office to tho traits of the politician. xaa afford to treat with contemptuous . rooms over Wither & Rico's courtesy the projectors of a great public Sun thinks that LamTnE Winchester W. A. Arnold and Wm. Lojd haye bought caterpriee which no one doubts will be of ing a Jackass or an editor, Jumbo, is hardout the vehicles &c , owned by B. F. WalFor Coal or Wood. ter and will continue the livery business Ike crealest public benefit? If he does he er on the distinguished elephant which at tne old stand. should in common coniistency be opposed bears the name, than on the pair of Jes;a- The wills of Mrs. Eliza and Miss AnTh la Rings la Extra llearj- - and la to the taxation of the people of the county mine animals which now claim it. Brother mtdenf Ibv Juolala Charna Burdett and Mrs. Mattie Chaires wero coal Iron. very Wit top MT W?eaH a ' d, for aid to turnpikes and public roads. Yet Bosley is generally pretty probated in the county court Monday. Mr. wnh Untlre Ifat rait Inn and Iront, Wrought ISodj and neither he nor any one else baa ever been but we think he is lacking in discretion in R. S. Salter, of Boyle, was nopoinled execOten. Warming Oten extendi under length ol ltingo. Automatic Hon. W. H. Beckner, of Winchester, utor of Mrs Ciii ires. Mr. A. J. Rice entire hbelf. Sectional Klre Lining .hoard to object to this wise and beneficial making this remark. Jumbo Metcalf is a Otcii qualified as executor of Miss Anna Bur- and Cut Centrn. Nickel mme plate, the public money. "To terrible man when aroused. expenditure of will deliver the Address to the Literary dett and as administrator of Mitchell Bur- knobi and binge plm. AiljuiUtle BaBIHaTW fiftV HUH lay with one hand the power of the Gov societies of the Berea College, in Madisoc dett. J. G. Aldrldge qualified as executor Me ihelf and all modern lupruee-menl- i. The Peak family of the Swits Bell King-ersar- e county, lion Henry atlerson will also of Mm Eliza BurJeti. and eminent on the property of the citizen Can be arranged with Heater Sot having their lives unnecessarily Mr and Mrs J. N. Hasclden enter- hot and cold water. with the other bestow it upon favored deliver an address at the same place, and Water Uox or Heater extra. prolonged, considering the infliction they Col. A. M. to aid private enterprises and on the same occasion. Berea Cillege is a tained Mrs. Htselden's brother, less have visited on the public in the long mixed school, one of the largest in the Swope, at dinner on WedicaJay. A few bnild up private fortunes, is none the "1 intimate ft lends of the Colonel were inrobbery because it is done under the forms years of the past. The senior member of State. H. TITflrrTMR' fOfKfclSWaWsBMBIli vited guets. The dinner was an elegant kaaaaamJHrMl family celebrated his 77th birthday at I or the law and is called taxation." We the repast gicatly enjjycd by all, Col. Swope DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Williamsburg, N. Y., this week and there SPECIAL AOKNT, expects to sail from New York for Europe sroaot lawyer enough to dispute with Mr. Mr. John Canter, who came here from on the 30th cf June next. His tour will St an ford, Ulaineon a question of authority. But are several nearly as old. Itcntticlo'. embrace Europe. E:Tpt and the Eist and ian't he mistaken as to the animus, the V. P. Kimball, who was elected to the about Stanford, reports that on Wednesday may extend through a period of three Motive of this vigorous sentence? It hard- Legislature on a voluntary promise to night his cellar was broken open and about years. The commencement exereies of Gat- ly reads to us like n denunciation of a pub- vote for Gen. Williams and by the aid of his a dozen pieces of bacon stolen. The Board of Trustees of the town of rard Female Cillege will ba held at the lic spirited effort on the part of a local money but who afterwards, bolted and went community to avail itself of a great, a I for Blackburn, is catching such epithets as Danville, per J. A. Cheek, have ordered a City Hall commencing Thursday, June 4th. Garrard Female College was opened damling oppsrtunity such as this road of- - .Uar and .jandfreri from cd, A Wi nsm. thorough cleansing and disinfecting to the 15tb day of last September an 1 at the tne indig- ilton who furnished the money. We hope guard against Cholera and other epidemics. close of the present term will turn out six fera up. It rather sounds like Mr. Eueene Lee's fine mare, Kate Lee, sweet girl graduates. Miss Addie Foster, nant expression of an honest man's opinion there'll bo a fight. who is bv Hero of Thorndale, on Wednes- of r county, will be Valedictorian, of the lariff to protect American indue, of Gov. Knott very sensibly aya that so the elate, while Miss Ei.zt Huiilti, of this - DEILXai IN- iriefl.'which we understand has Mr. Blaine's long as Viley remains a refugee from justice day dropped a fine bay filly with crescent place, will deliver the salutatory address. is by Mambrino Starand snip, the colt hearty approval. The other member of the graduating clau Drugs, Books, Stationery and (c--S he will take no cognizince of any petition an; Miss lierlie lAiliter, ot tnlscili; Him tle. But we do not propoee any extended for his pardon that may be presented to . '"Watch rauuy hi iiuics. ouic" x--A number of young mm about town Emma Lewis, of Vail. llth lomitjj Mis c eminent on what we are forced to regard him. He will take action, however, when Lida lijMen, of Huddle's Mills, lfourbon production. are rehearsing a burlesque on the operetta county as an ill timed and and Mim Emma Browning, of I'hyilclini' prracrlptlom accurately reupounded. Viley places himself inside of the pale of Alo "We merely wish to call attention to two or of "Little Bo Peep." The burlesque will Mason. The commencement sermon will law. Eminently correct is the Gov. vlv ft .Ti be presented ut the Opera House Friday bedelivend at the CuriKtiau church the three poitls which stem to us destructive last Sunday in May, by whom, it his not week. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, to Mr. Blaine's argument even on the narthe Russian Socialist, yet been dtcided. Ihr cit zen cf Lancas- Tbo Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, Blowisnosoff, row basis he chooses to place it on. Tbo Wepler's attorneys present 11 causes ter and Garrard county are justly proud of proposition is to purchaee a right of way exploded a bomb Wednesday night about the abjve institution and point with pride Jewolry and Silverware for a new trial. 101 o'clock that was about as good a one to this, the result of the first year. through the county not exceeding $23 000 England has withdrawn her troopj Mr. Rolls, Ryun ia u ventriloquist, n Erer bought to Ihli market l'rlro Ixjwtr than in coat. Mr. U aine assumes mat it win as has been heard in Danville for five lb Loweat. Watchea, Cloeka and Jewelry Imfrom the Soudan. character actor and n facial ounturtioniit of But the hot con paired on aboit notice and Warranted, cost the full ameunt. some reputatiou. Mr. Ryan oame in on The cholera is prevailing in Calcutta to years. aidered estimates do not. place the cost be-oThe remains of Mi. John Terbune the stage Wednesday evening for the pur an alarming extent. 415.C00. 15 miles of road 75 feet from Woodford county, pese ot exhibiting himself at the City mi The Russians are making a military were brought here actual value wide will take 133 acres, the near Versailles, where he had been living Hall Thursday evening, but seemingly for road from Penjdeh to Herat. Wed-netdof which at a high estimate would be $50 last November, and interred In the getting the date exhibited himself The foreman of the Star-routjury, since He was xtty evemug instead. per acre or $6,050. Add as much more charged with accepting a Cemetery Wednesday. Mr. Terhune wa drunk and went to the Lanctster Hotel to I'X'- bribe, was acquit-c- d lor incidental damage, which when the for many years a citizsn of Danville, mov- engage a room. Mr. W. n. Miller, the at Washington. 'cenety and not a foreign corporation has Mercer, then to Wood- proprietor, assured him there wasn't a Attorney General Garland decide tha ing from here to single room vacant in the hotel, but Mr. the bills to settle is also a liberal estimate Lawton is eligible to the Russian ford. Mission, Ryan was certain there was and prccceded And we have even less than $15,009. Again The organ of the Episcopal church, at once to abuse Mr. Miller in the vilest after he has declined to accept it. stairs several kind of manner. The latter ordered him 3Jr. Elain aeeumea that our bonds could Phil Thompson decs not want what he which was removed down only be floated at Q per cent. The truth months ago, Is to again be put in the gal- out of hia house and on Ryan's refusing to can not get a fat office. He will practice Asihey can easily be floati d at 5 per cent aw ia Washington. lery. The brick pavement In the vestibule leave promptly knocked him down. After Commonwealth. this operation Mr. Ryan's features assumed is to be replaced by a wooden floor; gas Is a shape and at par. The Ohio Legislature has passed a he had never before been able to Again the exact language of the propo- bill requiring saloons in Cincinnati be introduced into the church and other get tbem into. He left the hotel and to re- to walked around the street reluming in a improvements are to be made rtion submitted and of the act of the leg- main closed from midnight until 0 A. jr. employed by few minutes with his hand behind hitu, As Frank Johnson, by virtue of which it is submitted islature ia estimated that the statement of It presumably on a pistol. Mr. Miller saw is that the right of way when acquired is the public debt for the month of April Wakefield & Hudson, was trimming a him coming and covered him with his county, "to the WHH.V IN TOWN horse's fetlock Tuesday morning, the point pistol. It looked for a moment as if someto be diepesed ol by the will show a reduction of about $4,000,000. of the shears struck the rfnimal when he thing was going to drop, but some one railroad company upon such reasonable The President, it is believed, will reand him away. i eras and in tuch manner as to compensa- move very few Internal Revenue Collec- lifted his foot and kicked Johnson on the grabbed Ryanof himtook was shaking The he latest heard tion aa may be agreed upon by said county tors before June 30, the end of the fiscal forehead with great violence, knocking him dust off his feet walking out of town. the through its commissioners and said lail- - year. sen'eless and inflicting an ugly wound. Dr. Mr. Jese Dty relates the following Gen. Grant has cow so far improved J. C. Bojle rendered the necessary surgical singular occurrence. Mr. Djty is reliable toad company," and thtee commissioners can be raised as lo tbo and uo que-tui- n attention. Aits tu be appointed by the county court physically that his mind Is becoming enWakefield & Hudson bought this week correctness of the account: On the farm competed ot all the justices of tbo peace gaged with the blocking out of work upsn of William Hiatt. near Hrattsvlllr, in this his hook. .nd the county judge. from Sam Grundy, of Washington county, county, is a large pond, which woe, n fow Mrs. Ella Shay, a young married lady, a sorrel mare, 15 hands high, years ago, well sleeked with German carp. Yet Mr. Blame, who is clerk of the 5 year-ol- d One day last week Mr. I)jty went over to county court, wrote theee words in his or- died while under the influence of chloro- at $155; from P. H. Idol a der book and copied them again for publl-unio- form, while seated in a dentist's chair in bay gelding at $140; a black gelding this pood to shoot some of the fish, lie took bis station on the east side of tl o , Chicago. Also the Well-Know- n Thomas Harrow and astumes thtt the from Allen Burnside, 7 years old, 10 pond, & Bradseveral very Judge Simrall has issued a perpetual hands high at $150; from a Garrard county ones aa and soon killed the surface to fine which we simply propoee to cell to the they cams to sun ! ley Sulky Plow ciach, gelding at $155 themselves, The weapon used was a dourailroad, is to be given to it outright. Com-me- injunction, restraining the Supreme Lodge, dealer, a 5 year-o- ld ble barreled shot-oAfter some five or candor of such a K. of II., from removing its headquarters The following officers were elected utou the value or or eix Hhots were lired, Mr. Djty noticed from Kentucky. plea ia wholly unnecessary. Thursday night by Ryan Commandery, a singular agltaOon of the water on the C. M. Clay has been nominated by the "We understand that a committee apNo. 17, Knights Templar, to serve the en- west eidoof the pond where thfre Is a slight democrats for the Senate in the Winchester pointed by the railroad meeting and suing year, Sir Knight, John J. Yeiser, drain. This agitation finally crew to be h Thoso Gooda aro For Salo only by us andwill bo sold gttnrrmteed. Can ol quite a number of prudent, district and J. F. Winn for the Legislature C, Morris Yelwr, G., F.M. Shumate, C. terrible commotion, and Mr. Doty hastened rofor you by permission to somo of tho bost farmers to that side to see wha, was the matter. n Clark county. Akacious and public spirited citizsns from G..S.S. Penlz,P.,A. J. Pott, S. W, F. He discovered that a panic, caused no in Lincoln County. Wm Reed, a brakeman on the Kenta 11 parte of the county, will shortly pre., J. H- Thomas, Treas, II. doubt by the shooting, bud eeizoi the fish Gilcher, J. whole matter, fairly and dispas- tucky Central extension, while coupling G. Sandlfer, R , W. E. Grubbs, S. B., Wm. and they were forsaking tho pond in lar;e test the sionately in an address to their neighbors cars at Winchester was chaught between Berkele, S. B , P. Lowrle, W., W. Hopli, P. numbers by way of the drain mentioned, only extended for a The marriage of Miss Eliza Eagteman, Thit drain there tho fishes actuallyshort dis and friends of Lincoln county. When the cars and fatally crushed. tance, and pursued The Ohio Legislature passed a bill clearly understand the purpose sister of Mr J. II. Eigleman.of the Farm- their way screes the pris', tre'r roics our people Wednesday fixing a heavy fine and imprisers' National Bant--, to Mr. Reuben Harrir, s'iick siMigni mwaras me woods, and ecope of the proposal on which they Air. Also, IIIr Slock or lValKiiiK and Walhlua ml Hiding aViiIllYii- onment for offering or receiving money at is announced for this (Thursday) evening D,ty ran mound In front of them and to vote we can not believe that are tcon Ioth, Tnrnhij; IMowh, Donlilo and NIiikIu primary or general elections. after much difficulty sneceed'd in heodlng at 3J o'clock. The ceremony will he there wilt be any serious oppwition to it Shovel FIonn, tVc. them off and driving them back into the The Department reports bridt-'ealighteded and at the ridonce of the This because we live lu an pond Ho Raya thero were no leH than t that the results of Rev. J. L 250 carp, varying in oizfl from one (o three poitsge have mother. Mrs. L. Enttle umn progressive ajje and lx cause our people are more than realized the moat sanguine ex- Allen is to be the oflicU'ine minister. Mr. feet in length that were atlempting to effect an enlightened and progm- .n the main, and Mrs. Harris will Ihhv this evening for their escape Mr. Daly warns all farmers pectation of its warmest advocates. ivtj people. be absent about ten days. Knott has appointed ex Gov. Luke New Orleans to Builder, who hao been a hiving ponds containing carp not to shoot Mr. John In the mean lime and in the most kind- - P. Oo. Old Iliackburn a delegate from Kentucky to cittzsn of this and Garrard counties for into the water, since ho believes It will Wo alfio y spirit, we beg to remind Mr. BMn and Buggios, the twelfth annual Conference of Charities several years past, Is making his arrange-ment- s surely result in tho fiihea abandon! nu their home. He says he was greatly astonished .hose who believe with him of the tragical and to return to ffrantford, Canada, his at the easo and celerity with which these Cirrectlon, which meets at Washington ate of the traditional bull which attempt-,-- d on Jane 1. Mollio Crumbaucb, of fish moved alorg on dry land, old home. Miss He visiting MUsMariaCaldwell, to butt the train i ff the bridge. Kentucky got another little plum in Eddy ville, Is Messrs. Wilson Dunn, Granthis county. vaanbrindle bull ol the true Albany theahareof a Consulship to Kemgawa, ville Cecil, Warren Russel, A. P. Bruce, S. TO THEPUBLIG. iretd with a curly forehead and a sump Japan given to Warren G. Harlan, Wm. M Ruo and other Dan Green, of Louis-villtil, nnd was as brave an a lion, but he wai TI1I3 18 TO CERTIFY that on tho 2litday of Robert E. Wither, of Virginia, ville gentlemen attended Woodard's sale April, 18S 5, my dwelling and furniture. which wero Trices Guaranteed lo be IIOTTOM on Ercrrililiig, bought in the light of subsequent events, goes to Hong Kong, Wednesday. Mr. Geo. R. Scrugham, here- Imurrd In tho Norlhweatern National Iniurunco tofore with W. B. HolmM. erocer, is now Co , of Mllwaukoa, Wlacomln, wero dostrored by thave been lackirg indiscretion. the rebel leader who has been in the employ of the Walter A. Wood (Ire. On Ihe20th day ol April. M Mr, Cornelius Wheeler, Special Agent and Adjuater of Mr. and Company, cime and settled with mo tor my enld Moacv, the renegade .Confederate Gen. making so much trouble at Colon and Pan harvesting Machine Company. C. Crawford and their three paving tbe full amount ol my damage without m, surrendered on condition that he be Mrs. John San Antonls. Texas, are visit quibble, without trying to compromUe. I nm iral fj succaedid at Uoojj Kong by Gin. sell himielf for allowed to leaye the country This will re- children, of with tlie Company ami reenmiunrdlttnaii .Vithera, who did ing Mr, and Mrs. John J. xeiser, oi this rileaitu properly to iniure, navmg 11'?. 11KVH. store order at the Isthmus. wce county. John M. I'iuliim la Agent. Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Crawford (formerly Mis et to-d- ay' and no man ever had truer thin Hon. J. Durham, of the good work he is accomplishing as First Controller of the Treasury. He has made many marked improvements in his department, but none will meet with greater approbation than that made this week. It has been held therefore that the accounting officers of the Treasury had no right to revise the account of Chief Supervisors as to the amount and character of work to be done. The question came before Mr. Durham in tho case of William Muirhead, Chief Su- pervisor of New Jersey, and the decision was that the accounts could ba revised, and all illegal or unnecessary items disallowed. In the case of Mr. Muirhead over $9,000 was disallowed. M. It gives us pleasure to inform his friends -- level-heade- The strike of the Cincinnati shoe makers has been settled by arbitration. Xhe Chicago Board of Trade building, erected at a cost of $200,000 was dedicated Wednesday. The Czar throws off all restraint and pronounces boldly that England must accede to Buacla'i boundary demands. jury in the Powell will case, on in Washington, returned a verdict trial sustaining the will. 8o the Kentucky contestants get left. John Thomas Lake, a eon of Mr. George Lake, died at New Market, of hydrophobia, after a brief attack. He was Lebabitten by a dog about a year ago. non Standard. Gen. Whitthorne is still fighting a duel with Gov. Porter. Though the sender of the challenge, he has also selected the weapon. He is shooting off his dreadful mouth. Porter receives the fire without Louisville Times. returning it in kind. In Richmond, Em. West, Albert Black and Ottaway Stewart wero tried on charges of vagrancy. The first two were sentenced to be sold into servitude for twelve months, and the last named for three months. The sales will occur on county Herald. court day. Shyster Thomas C. Campbell, on; of the attorneys for the defense in the Btrner murder trial, the verdict in which caused riot in Cincinnati, in tho court-houMarch, 1S84, was acquitted of the charge of bribery. He was accused of giving money to one of the jurors. The Fayette county Dimociatic Committee has ordered that the candidates fur Senator be assessed $50 each and the candidates for representative $25 each to defray the expenses of holding the primary, the assessment to be paid btfore the candidate's names shall be put on the B. T. Zlmmermaot Jack," died at Lexiogton.' eon of "Uncle Mary C, Cild-vtll- ) and tho children will probably remain during tho summer. Mr. W hnit returned from a visit K. of inspection to various D. & D. Asylums in tbo Eastern Stales. Mr. B. F. Perkins will next week occupy with his family, the residence on Cemotery street, purchased by mm irom j.h. Jjlnney. Ao H. C. RUPLEY! anj till rectlrlug I hararcctlTcd OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. NEW GOODSSPRING& SUMMER ComrrUIng --Kev. inter-eatin- 'The C. RUPLEY. TAYLOR BROS. HXJJSBI,03Nr,7"IIJlli13. FAMILY GROCERIES e" 4 OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY se g. e. store-rcom- tiiiTlion wrought iron range, "'"JKJ i poll-boo- ks. Itl'IB -- KfcriieCT!!i'.H In W. Ferny ftBFAItetw PHARMACISTS, yr. li-t- -- -- Mjpi,' 4$) JEWELERS- jsflravr: I"!""'. i ay WILL PAY YOU To Examine the Celebrated Evans Corn Planter given up to be the Best on the Market. d n, right-of-way- Furst at n. con-Dial- ing i 0 per-forms Post-ofilc- e two-cen- liandlo tho Mitchell and Hickory Wagona. AIBig Lino of Carriages and Phaotona Always on Hand. n, !, IBXXGOEXrE1 dfe C2TJFLll.J.'lsr. I SI Stmi-S3Itth- lg iU.Aini'UL Jnteriorjimrnitl tot'. Flower PuU at T. R. WaU 50,000 Iba. of wool. Dale A Deunis have purchased about 20,000 pounds of wool at 18 to 20 cents Georgetown Timet, COO SEW ADTKUTlHKJiEKTs.. Stanford, Ky., I t - Winchester Court Day. About DK1LER IH head of cattle on the market, sales Wool) and velvet frames cheap at Shafgood. An extra lot of 1,215-lb- . cattle Farming Implement, Tttinc Binders, Reapers, fer' gallery. LOCAL TIME CARD. Mowers, Dimcttic Setting Machines, iCc, also l. brought $5 70 per cwt ; good yearlings -- DEALUR Jluggies, Carriages, Phaetons and Tennessee PurtuiirHof all kinds and sizes made from $3fi40 per head; tcrubs averaged IN II 49 r.M. Kail train going North- oouin i n r. k, and framed by Shaffer. t from $3 5001 per cwt; trade dull in mules; Farm anil Spring Wagons. 1 IS a.m. .... Kxpmstraln" Bouth.... ... 3 SO A. x. " Norn 50 head of horses sold at from $30(3)G0. Call and examine my stock and get prices belore A cold snap, rather staggering to vegetabaying elsewhere, i win gire you a goou oir- The a bore It calculated on iUd JrJ time. Holir The crowd very large and business more galn. OlHce it W. II. IHgglos Wire tion, has prevailed for several days. line I about 20 ml nutos faster Ilooini on Mitn street. satisfactory than for some time. A THinn more corn will be planted in LOCAL NOTICES. HALLS GAP. LINCOLN COUNTY. ' in thin county thia seaion than over before. Bcy your school books from Penny & I an. Mrs. McAllMcr. It will bo good news to somo people to sumption. Jno. Ball is very low with con- stock ofnow offering at and llow cost tbe general Pomsiune, for clearjlnj: silver, lln, glass learn that Fountain Fox Babbitt, owing to MERCHANDISE! Mott of the lumber for the new church anthlnc in hct-- at T. K. Walton'. sickness, will not cpeak here next Monbuilding is now upon the ground and it Of retry ,V retry it their Iitoitmd on Milnit, Watches nnd Jewelry repaired on abort day. street In Crab Orchard, and will continue to do will soon be under process of construc- to lor tbe next three weeks. notice and warranted br Penny A McAlIa-te- r. 1 Mt. It. miOKA VGII, Anlgnee. The colored people are nlmon unani-luousf- tion. A co.Mri.rm stock of jewelry, latent the railroad proposition and Geo. Jas. ii. iioone is negotiating with a PROF. T.J1L HAWES, style. Itockford watches n specialty, Pen W, Gentry, n leader amonrt them, is going pbotocraphic firm, preparatory to having ny A McMIeter. to make speeches in its fnvor. his plcturo placed in the gallery of "possi-bi- o Tha Accompllihed Htimorom and Dramatic ReFort coualu, cold, Ac, use Comp. Syrup citer, will giro one nl bli Inimitable presidents." at the 1'tKjiiVTKitlA.v Cill'icit, of White Pine, in 25 nnd 50c bottle?, PreNew House. Mr. S. II. Thompson, of There were eight initiations at the good Monday pared by McUobert A 8lKK- Night, May 4th, 1885, Mt. Vernon, has the contract and is now Faumers, Head This. Go to Dr. M. putting up for Mr.j Johnson, a neat frame Templars lodge Thursday nibt, making a For tho beniflt of the Snndiy-Schoo- l. Ad mlis Ion 23 cents. L. Itourno'e drug store and get one package total membership of twenty-fiv- e and an house on the lot formerly belonging to Mr. of Sain A. Clark'e Hot; Itemed jr. If you increase of ten in the short sphce of three MAJ. P. HIGNEY IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. HE KEEPS are not AatisGed after using it your money Peter Straub, in Ihnoville. week. Senwill be refunded. btmiellln the State Miss Dora Cash U at home from Col Iia Candidate to succeed of The reduction of the price of admission ate, suhject to the action th. Democracy. PERSONAL. Hawes' lecture to 25 cents ought lege, but will return in a few days. Mrs. to Prof. HON. A. O. TAIiBOTT abfill the Presbyterian church next Mon- Susan Menefeo is baok again after an Miss Annie MoKinney U stayini at to day night. The entertainment is for the sence of several weeks visiting the family Iia Candidate for Senator In tho District composed of Casey nnd Capl. W. F. McKlnneyV. subject of Mrs. Duncan, of Wayne county. Mr. to tho lioyle, Lincoln,Democratic Clarrtrd, Election action ot tho party. Mis Linns Caiwon in visiting her bent lit of the Sunday school. first Monday In August. S. L. Wore left Wednesday to visit his titter, Mis Cynthia Carbon. Mrs. Moody Hardin lias Gxcd next daughter, Mrs. Kendall, at Junction LEE T. HUFFMAN. Mils J. S. IICNDLEY i spending tho Friday and Saturday, May 1st and 2d, for KON City. BTANFORD, K.Y. week with her parents at Hale's Well. her millinery opening and cordially We were most delightfully entertain- Once South side Milu Street, two doors above tho Myers Hotel; Mn. Henry IUi'oiiman leave for all the ladies of the viciuity to call ed Friday evening last at a social party run Nitrous Oxide Gat idinlnliUred when reHot Springs, today for his rheumatisai. and tee her goods on thoto days. ' given at Mr. Jas. Dudderar't. The ladies quired. Mim Maooie McKobehts is tbe all becomingly attired and could FOR SALE, Millinery. Mrs. M. V. Tabler will werebe very guwt of her uncle, John M.McItoberts. not excelled in vivacity, brilliancy, M.Ansley has returned from haye an opening April 30th and 1st of May beauty and all other requisites necessary to A DESIRABLE DWELLING AND STOF.E-houi- o Mns F. combined, licet dullness location In tba a handsome assortment of summer miln week's visit to her relatives in Alabama. of call forth the admiration of men. We de plsee. A bargain mu !ebid by addressing or linery, paterns, bonnets, bats, &c to which T.J. CIIItlHTF.HSOS,Ky. Miss Kate Whemutt, of Lancaster, aire very much to express our many thanks I Mm McKinney, viis the guest of tier titter, Mrs. W. M. the Invites the iadica of Stanford and and at the same time our appreciation of cinity to examine. 1'oale. tho entertaining qualities of the host and Mrs. Dn.B. O. Hockek hat gone to Mr. C. Reuben Harris and the lovely hostett. May we sometime have a repetiThe stockholders of the Knob Lick Turnpike Kelson county to viiit the family of Rev. Mis Klizi Engleman wer married at the tion. Uoad Co. will meet it Stanford on tbe 1ST SATURDAY la May, 16S5, for the purpose of electing a J M. Bailee. bride's mother's, Mrs. L. K. Engleman, yes1'ieildcnt and Uond of Directors lor tbe ensufng MT. SALEM, LINCOLN COUNTY. (10-tyear. A. K. DENNY, President. Rev. A. S. MorrrrT and Kid. W. M. terday evening, and immediately after-war- Js attending Presbytery nt the Lickey are Mrs. C. L. Holmes, of Louisville, will left for a trip to New Orleans and llurnside church. other Southern cities. We wish them great visit friends here about tbe 5th of May. Died last week, Mr. William Llnthi- - The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Mil. J. E. Urlte, who has been visit-ic- e happiness. Stanford A Hills Uip Turnpike Co for tbe election ber tister, Mrs. J. O. Dunn, left for her cum,aeed about SOyears.Mr. Linthicum had of a President and Board of Directors for the ensuCall, All indebted to us for 18S1 been in a low state of health for sometime. ing year will be held In the Circuit Clerk's office List Richmond home in Stanford Monday, InStiniurdon the 1T SATURDAY In May, 16S5, wiii please call ana settle at once, as we Herald. He was a good citfzn and leaves many si i o ciock r. m. J. E. LYNN, Tresldent Champ CAivrrn, Fj , formerly of this are in urgent need of the money. Alto we friends and relatives to mourn hie loss. pltce bnt now a leading lawyer at Frank will have to ask of our friends who have The writer, in company with W. C. lin, Texts, is visiting the scenes of his bought seeds and oats on credit to please Richards, and the two champion dippers, The stockholders of the Stanford A UustonTllle call and settle, as these are cash goods Co. annual childhood. Sam Leeper and Morg Bastin, was on a Turnpike Roid of a will bold their Boird ofmeeting Directfur the election President and t ors it HaIIct's Store, TurnersTllle, on the 1ST Mita. America Uaii.ey and Mrs. Dr. everywhere. Bright A Curran. fishing expedition below Roy'e mill on last SATURDAY In May, 1S85. it 2 o'clock p. M. Drye, of Huttonville, the mother and titter J V. CASH, President. Our enterprising merchant, Mr. 8. L. Friday night and Satuiday morning and lG.td of J. P. ISiiley, and Miss Lizzie Drye were Powers, scooped in a page of tho caught a large amount of fine fish. ISIMEXSE SIOCK OF- Interior his guests. C. L. Holmes, of Middleburg, has sold Journal too late for us to issue a double -- Mn. Diiioht Feuhei.l, alias Holtz-claw- , sized paper this lime but we will come out out to Messrs. Colllnsworth & Cotton, of The annual meeting of the shareholders of the who has an engagement at Rock Tuesday enlarged to a IS column issue so Boyle county. They are two energetic buei TurnersTllle, McKinney A. Coffey's Mill Turnpike Road Co. will le held at Jones' Store, McKinney, Cistle Springs, reorts everything in readi- that our patrons wilt not low their usual ness men and are likely to make thlncs ob the 2D SATURDAY In Miy, 1SS5, at 10 x. a. lor the purpose olelsctlng a President and board ness lorn. hu season. quota of reading matter. It costs us fully lively around the town. As for C. L. ot Dim tors for tha ensuing year. CLIt-'lOFOWLER. President. $.15 extra to i rint an edition doubled in siz i Holmes he appears to be like a ship withLOCAL MATTEIS. but that is nothing compared with our oon-tri- out a rudder at the mercy of tbe reckless TRIMMED AXD- Frufii Ssh Fatuiday at S. S. Myers'. waves It is possible he inty resume his with our subscribers. Tbesharehcllers of tbo llans;ne Fork A Ciresn grip and take the road again (not as a Hirer Turnpike Hold Co. will meet it Jones' See XunnelltT befors you fell your OUR old friend, Cipt. W. R. Snodgras, highwayman but tn a drummer ) Lou More, McKlmey, on the 1ST SATl RDAY In wool. S", fur the purpose of electing a President May, is so hhtidsome and lovablo that the girls Iish been so long in this section he teems and ltoard of Directors tor tho ensuing year. O J. New-linclaim him for a husband whether or J W.GIVENB, President. All kind of plants far almost as an esiablished institution; his -- ATRuth Miller, of New York, ii now in face will be sadly misted. But we get oral Louisville claiming that she is Snoddy's L.VNIierth's garden seeds in bulk at are asm red that his absence will only be wedded wife but he disclaims as vigorously temporary. The stockholders of the Hiutouvllle A Coffey's Vhcrevr he may go there A Sugg's. Mill it T. ISS3, at that the is not. Her story is that while return- are Isscination about the place which will Stora Turrptke Roil Co will meet May, C. Jasper's2 on the lhT SATURDAY In wed I'oPLaK ami ohr'tBtil shingles, r, w. for tbe purposo of electing a President and ing from the South in bad health, fortune lure the wanderer back again. ALL PRICES AND STYL.ES. William Lipe, a young man aged Hoard of Directors for the ctnuln; year. or sale by W.H. Hinglns. threw her in the company with tho gallant O. C. LYON, President. d about 25 yew, waa taken to the lunatic showed her every asylum from Liberty by his father a few Now Is the time to get the family'd Captain, who not only courtesy on his train but saw to her after days since. While gloomy and despondgo to Sbsfier'a gallery. pictures, her arrival in Louisville. After her return ent be exhibited no violence There apThe stockholder cf the Stanford A MUledgCTllle Rotd For Sale Milk cow and calf and year- to New York she t ays that' she indicted a pears to be a prejudice in the minds of Turnpike House on Co. ii!l meet at McCoriuaik's the 1ST SATURDAY' in May, many and we think with just grounds Meeting ling heifer. Apply to R. E. Harrow. ot electing a Presirem. very thankful missive toSnoddy, who JBjJ, at 2 It Is not true that the Czir of Ruisla sent the Mikado of Japan to bay Or. Bourse's stock of Buna-Ka- n against the manner of treatment in lunatic dent and Board lor thepurpoee the ensulne year. M of Directors for Oil to grease the British lion's Ire. plied in loving terms and an affectionate asylums generally. Cases have been known A. W. CARPENTER, President. Shaiter, tbe Photographer, is making correspondence progressed for several to have been sent there which turned out It Is not true that the Sultan of Turkey ssnt the Khan of Tarlary to buy his supply of spring a specialty of new style Panel Photos. J (( St. Medicines from Bourne. Saw months. He visited tho great metropolis fatally and afterwards was proven to be other diseases, which might have yielded It Is not true that the Czarina and tho Sultana rent tbe Ciirowltz to buy their Cosaetlca fron have etcural the services of a and while there, according to the woman, to skillful nurincr and treatment at home. We AM) UHIIIER TAItn, Bourne. regular correspondent at McKinney, we she yielded to his entreaties to become his From tbe writer's own medictd reading On top of the Knobs, close by J. Carter's Grocery No! neither the old Russia cor Turkey gal can net the tu. Bourne wants them for the Lincoln -i- fe. are glad to say. young Llpe hid many cf the symptoms The Capt. denies the soft impeachStore. county ladles. of hypochondria. We think all parents MayI. A number of our young people-wil- l ment and the woman has instituted legal should pause before tending their ofNpring FOOTE & WHEELER, IVojircf ors. The EnedUe of Egypt, the Sagamore of the filoux, tho Sachem of the Cboctaws, the Vliler of the For all kinds of general Lumber builders and oth- Sultan, the Hospodar of Moldavia, tor the Pasha with his three hoasetallj can buy Bourne's Urge attend the May Day party at Drip- steps to compel him to acknowledge her to such institutions, ana leatltbed thai ers can not find a better market to suit theuiselTcs. right to his name. they are unmanageable and, it Is their in- Our motto Is "Good Material lor Reasonable stock of Medicines, Fancy Articles, Eyehelpets, Mixed Paints, Stationery, Ac, Ac. He wanta them ping Springs for his home trade. Rates." Postoffice address, Halls Gap, Ky. terest to tend them then. "tin RELIGIOUS. He wants thim lor the fair ladles and lallaat gentlemen, tbe sweet chtldnn and dear grandmas Mr. Simp. Martin, on old citizen of the McKINNE). LINCOLN COUNTY. ot our own county. Hall's Gap neighborhood, died yesterday Tho '"boy preacher," Ilarrleon, hat s Drug Store lie wanta them for you, gentle reader, that you may find anything kept in a D. S. Jones leaves to day for an extenalttr a long illness. He was SO years of made a hundred converts at Louisrillo to at M. L. Bourne'i New Dru Store, Stanford, Ky. age. sive "fishing spree." far. sTJSTO. JUL- Rer. C. C. Smith, of Louiaville, will -- Col. R. F. Bibb and J. IT. Walker have We can fully recomend Mr. T. J. R;b preach a Logan' Creek church next Sun STANFORD, KY., opened their new store. ley and his force as competent painters. Represents the Eestaad most Prompt-Payinday at 11 o'clock. Mr. Henry Jones hai just received a They gave us a splendid job, which speaks and bis rates ire very low. Give hlm a Tho American Tract Society, which is complete lined "brooms." call. for itself. ii'. entering upon ita COtb year, iiuue tho D. S. Jones iv Sons shipped tix bogr-hea- d the prim bible in 1 nguagea and d'a'ectt. Mr. 8 L Pw 4 Lv t of tobacco to Louisville ing knife to hi already low prices und our year iia agent visited 165,225 homes of The Old Reliable Religious services will be held at the AND mib'criber are ottered tbe benefit of the p;rona destitute of the holy book and gave tchool house on tbe fourth Sunday in each "Homo of Now York." with Its another column. All his prices are away 55,725,150 page ot the saving truth. month by the Rey. Gibson, of Huttonville. (cash) cut in Capital of 83,000,000, I actual loss Is known surprisingly low. The little girl of Mr. Jas. Allen was Will pay promptly "hen the Pee mo before yon Insure. Rates low. LAND. STOCK AND CROP .' w. pr.EV.VKB. Arent. run over by arockaway a few days ago, Tuesday, Marshal W. T. Suindew de A Full ami complete iiHSortmem of Furniture, embracing Stanford or Turnersutlle, Ky. in Garden and farm toola at T. R. Wal butfottunately etcaped with only a few tiler Newland, n colored youth, llvered to J erytliliit; from tho Chcnpcst to tho Finest Parlor Sultea. Ko ton's IS. 11 Jones, who has been awwsed a fine of bruises. need to go to tho large cities to make your ptircuuseN, no mutter Ad Catron At B. Q. Grover have some The twin baby girl of W. R. Gooch $25 and given tea days in j til for carry irg milk cows for sale. what quantity or quality you want, jib I can and will duplicate has been seriously ill for the past week, but is uuich any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also a deadly wcipon concealed. unusually large crop of peiches ia An we are glad to know that the is now im' a full assortment ot Collins, Cacs, Shrouds and Kobew, embriso .& The more railroads we havo the more predicted in DtlAwaae, proving. lng all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Ware ronnuv At Woodward's hone sale at LexingL. F. Sharp, late of Hustonvllle but turnpikes. We would almost bo willing AHK nCKl'LY opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. now a resident of this place, is remodeling tognsranteothatif Ihe C & N. is built ton, the animals avernged George Bicker sold to Samuel Clav, and improving tho Commercial Hotel, of through this county the Somerset turnpike Sr.. 200 feeding cattle yesterday at $01 which be is owner. will be built to the Pulaski line. Paris News. eiob. A number of farmera near bere have I have tome account of 1881, atill tin Cittlo are quoted in Louisville at 2 been quite unfortunate lately in having Bklair, 0 a., Not. 0, 1631. AND SPECIAL AGENT. paid and also tome of 1835 for clover, tim- to 5J, worse to best; hogs do. 3 to 4 70 their sheep and lambs killed by dogs. K. Qentlemen:- -I have been inlog your wonder- COMMISSION MERCHANT Bradfleld's Feralo Regulator," othy and oats, which should alwaya be cash and sheep at 3 to cents. L. Tanner and Wm. Coffey being the heav- ful remedy, "Dr. a losg time, and I want to say to for as they are handled on a close margin and The Louisville races will open on May iest losers. Two of tbe dogs were identifi- In mv family ones efuiy sex that there never was the suffering we have to pay cash. I never aek my trade 1 1th and continue ten days. There will be ed and killed. anything equal to It. Would to God that every for money un!e I really need it, and I forty two raecj with seven hundred and fif Our little town bus greatly improved aftllcted woman In our land knew of Its wonderful powers as I do. I have uietf ak all whom thin includes to please come teen entries. within tbe last year. It now consists of virtues and curatire since the birth of my list child, and se'.tle. With think for pitrontgo, A. F. Hodkln sold Mr. Cork 20 head two churches, seven stores, Hour mill, to- a greata deal of It a half ago, and I da think had It W. Wagons, Village Carts and Buclc Boards ever Brought to about year and 11. litems. of 1,050 lb. ctttlcat 6 clsj to Fielding bacco barns, two hotels, an undertaker, and not been for this valuable mo llclns, I would have Farm this market, from the Cheapest to the Best, livery stable. Tbe spoke pus-ine- been Tub lectured of E d. C. O Cllne, which Watts 12 head, S50 Iba., at Jo.33; to Asa a first-cla- ss u on a boom here at present and this ara illmlrated with ateremticoti viowa of ilirrow 18 head, 1 230 lb., at 6j centc BED -- HIDDEN FOR Iill'ii I EMBRACING ABOUT FORT5T DIFFERENT' STYLES. Winchester Sjn, Inbranch of business has advanced consideraplaces and people in lln holy land, are But thanks to a kind Provldenc, I was directed The 'lhrce Forks EnleeprUe says that bly within the past month. tensely interesting nnd tho church was to Its me and my lite and health hare been spared Also a Full and Comploto Assortmont of All Kinds ot Farm and Mill me. If my raesns would admit of It 1 would nevcrowded prior to tho demand of an admin. during the rise of Sunday tho IStb, 705 Mnchinory. Wayne's Candidate for the Legislature. Beatty-vill- e er be without It In my house. Blon fee. The charge ia now only 50 rafts containing 00,000 logs lasted To the Editor of Tbe Interior Journal. Ittoanuuibtrofmyfrlends Now Is tho Time to Tlnco your Orders Tor Harrows, Corn Planters, Corn Drills, I bare recommended in two days. There were 2.G00 men cents fjr three ntghta and surely none Monticello, Apl. 27. Allow me to re- and without exes ptlon they have all been wonder Cultivators ami Field Hollers, county met fullv relieved and cured. I giro this endorsement to paving when he geta many in chnrge of them. ii'iould object port that the democrats of our HurSulky The Louisville tobicco market on and freely, f the benefit of times the value of hla money. The crowd In convention acd nominated William L without solicitation, And see My Stock and get Prices before Purchasing. I havo a few my sex. are good, however, but there la no crowding ley is quoted rs follows: Dirk trash $3 I; Hall as their standard bearer in the next the sullerlng ones of Harrows that I am authorized toclose Spring Tooth Mas. Ansa Ita'yr. Very respectfully, out at less than cost. as unler thofres rulo. Mr. Cline'd singing cilory trash $10; common lugs 81.50 legislative contest. Mr. Hall is a young churning fe it lire and moro of it would 5.50; bright colory lugs ?C8; common man of fine attainments, mentally and soon Female Dlieasss, millof com. Send for our Treatise ha They aie Worth tbe Monev.askea for Them for Cultivating one crop be highly acceptable to all. The lectures leal $0 507 50; medium lo good leaf $7,50 cially, and will be quite an acquisition to ed free, address TVEAIVEIV. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., 0 50; medium to gooJ leif colory SO 50 GEO. closa to night. A single admission ia but our next legislative awembly Box 2?, Atlanta. Ga. g.t fcALLEE J, 13;finoleif $1318 25 cents. May 1, Wanted. 1885 Nunneller. A. T. " N.T. HUGHES, THE CHEAP G-EOOB-R it. T. R. m WALTON, BEL0WG0ST! or 10-3- Enter-lilnme- I. And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- BURG DJ3NTI8T, PRIVATELY. -- Turnpike Selection. Turnpike Selection. Tui'nxike Election. and Queensware, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of Other Hardware. Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. A Good Corn Drill For Sale at a Great Bargain. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main and Somerset Sts. Turnpike Election. 16-l- d Turnpike Election. 1 10-t- d -- sl. READY FOB THE WALL! M'EOBEETS & d. no-Mr- ts Turnpikc Election. I6-t- m STAGG'S. Turnpike Election. Ifi-- td Things that are True and Things that are not True. Mary's Mills FIRE INSURANCE. PHILIPS, g Cora-pinl- first-clas- v iiv.tn4 INSURANCE! t'J UNDERTAKER, Iealei' in IJ'iiMiitiii'e 12-- 1 ev An Open Letter! LADIES BEADIT. G. D. WEAREN, The Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, Sur reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, ai I. it I y- WB WH.I. STAND OUR PREACIILRSVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY his own property? If the advantagis to be derived from the riolicy of encouraging Our farmer aro progressing finely, improvements by donations aro really such corn planting. Otts all up and growing My celebrated saddle hors breeder, (In Time, l -- i n , a hi nt my imMri neir the At onr will make thaacasouof 1 tnl Friftuva as the advocates of tho ccheme under con well nod wheat universally a dead leaup. at fiS fMhUxliett 'ItiCNtlau ireiultea I mile luiu rimifr-OH- e Knob LlcL pike, 4 tulle Iroiu fliclbj-- It)--, at ' " i to insure n thing colt eideration claim for it, then the more we Mr. John G. Searcent has sold his ANNUM Hii.OO n. a. ti tlOVKlt. have of that policy the better. It ought to farm on Dix Kiver for $10,000 cash, pos $10 to Insure a Colt till weaning time TUPTLE MOl'MrAIN, to be enlarged and played for all it is worth. station given 1st On Time Is a beautiful hir. Wl hands blah. IFhcn paid itrlctlr in advance. It we hare ful? Arcl rlsuso River Cottntry. of Oct. next. George won proportioned lorm ami muscies. tie wis vim watt any time. O'J.BO will be charged. I1 It would be advisable for the county court Pence is the purchaser. sired by btooewall Jaekson. he by Washington NORTH 1 d Domimil; dam Fancy by Bclshstaar. ji "a IM t I 'cll to impose a regular and liberal annual tax Wet have so far escaped the hammered I will alio itan J at tbe time place the well known Vkf I W. P. WALTON. IU. for the purple of providing a standing brass, skating rink and bae ball craze, hut Jack, The slreof trotters and rovlsters and tnnrrf lanov (li r . OOO Oi'O I r Mi-- . In. horse than any other staland ta lit lie luw )a1, - f s ,i fund out of which to pay a reward to many of our farmers are wrestling with OLD II LACK HAWK, lion In Kentucky, will make the season of I88 ' rour miles west 01 auurord, directly on mo kuou bvxilioitAUIanandlullturtKUlir.iiiaileU his property the tobacco fever and we trut will not And two young Jacks, TO THE POTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY. every citizsn for improving Lick pike, and will be permitted to srrTe mares a t .rlonylrtMl,y(, HWAKKLN, Wl 1WRAgent, s't Paul, Minn and P 1K1 La La and thus increasing,!! taxable value. Mamtiba suffer from It. IICN'DKICKS AXI) PHIL THOMPSON. the extremely low price of It, Sr M.n (IioKciimou or$:tO io Insure. There is another fact that is worth con $20 PerceiviDg, as I d", that the Miss Allle Stuart, one of the most do riill la haiiJp, the !. of llu- nl.l jack, (IraMfurtdslied at $1 per niMith Due rare will Is H hands Ol.l Hlar. Hawk an.t l'htt leprepentallca' beinc undo by the advo- s'dering in connection with this afTiir rervedly popular teachers of tho county, stand at $tO and Hendricks at $t,, on thosauie betaken to preTf nt anldents or wwapea, but will not be respi tistblesheuld any four the railroad aid measure which U By a provision of the charter of the Chesa- is teaching a stib'cripiion chool here. Her terms at the horse. cates of -- Nobt.y Is a let black Deeerlptlou and l'.dlgn TfiiiL o. b" l.lenheldon all colts lor the partnent ot the to bo voled on next month, are calcu'a ei peake & Nashville road its property id to gentle, christian manners make her thrice season Mares traded or remold Ulure lolling with star In loiehead and two while f t, I" hands In. li lilnh, fine iiiDe and tall, good. tuy lctt, time makes tho season due an t n i't ' paid All "illucUruMs Iloule." to deceive and induce men to support it be exempt from all taxes for five yean welcome among us. Kit n.k, tare and attention given to ptomote success and beautloin l alandlaultleM lexcellem alio illtr. trk in symmetry, and will Bhortost and Quickest Routo from Oea Infect. fatae belief that the proponed aid, from tbe date of its completion. Such be not liable far and under a .is well accommodate uty patrons, bu ant As soon as any accidents. I,EVl 11 V II II I, K. guarauteo there doesn't lite a stallion oweod oly tralKentuokyto all Points North, if granted, so far from being a burthen up- ing the case, in the event the debt is cona better disposition, and these qualities he lutsrl-Llthrough we hope our road surveyers will Imparts to bis progeny. As an evidence that East, West and Southwest. blew-n- g tracted by the county as proposed, the call the willing and industrious together on the county will prove an actual on hn will nroJuce rerr last horses when crossed Fast Line Between good mares Is t he fact that some of his very sed-les- t immensely profitable invest-anen- t county would have to pay interest on it for and improve the condition of tbe county and an colts have nothing but a blr Wallace dam to & A.TI to the people, I take the liberty of five years, amounting to $7,500, before it roads, which have been most shamefully riYYinimtml them. This of itself Is conclusUe Scheilule In Effect Oct. IS, 1831. Will make tbe season of 1833 at ruy stable, 3 miles proof that tho speed comes from the sire. Nobby eabmitting to you some suggestions and could drrive anything by taxation from neglected. is the sire of Nobby. Jr., record 271M4, sold to W. from Crab Orchard, on the Crab Orchard r and Laucaiter turnpike, at C Kslr.ofOhlo, for S.t.ooo. Oneor Ins colts trot-tthe road, and it never could derive anyfq s:a E'q. John Anderson says fishing is no f gurea on that subject. last season with very little han.lllDg In 2V. ? iir? ': first suce,etion I have to make is, thing from that sourco with which to pay 'count this spring, and John should know $12.50 folnnure h Lit In;; Coll, No' by w is strf by t larrard t hlef the aire ol Hasll The 3 PP 25 ? M m JlamlirliioIllpty2.liS.. ltl Crook Duke i s Oh 810 Tint Ska 4 V &. 5 3. that the question is not whether we will that interest any more than it could if anybody doe. He is our economical fv. lullvrpi 1, darrsrd ,Clnetl y Maiubiino Mam-brl? itsjlf for money paid on tho court- farmer who carries six bacon hams in Oik MniuWino King, Jr ,1s 1 lii' h h jrtlUuk, t hlei. alreol Li h. Thorn IS1-- Woodford list, 1st jrant the aid and secure the road or refue A , perfcit In tunu .mil "as sired I r l'r 7 J.i j and Tiral others in Ue . JO A ,r j S P trS- o r m the aid and lose the road. It u almost self house debt ten years ago. pair of saddlebigs to market at one trip. Hen's Mambrino Klur.ithe test slmw horse in dam br 1 rank, J.l dam bAritas tddambydam a " r t i te t : o tlh dambr Dloinede. Nobliy's I i i the world). Mambrino King was sired by I I Bat leaving the question of prospective the mere sum of $25,000 evident that J e"i We hear much complaint from people I'atchen. full brother to LadT Thorn. 2. IS. thoroughbred mate, said to be by Iuip Tranby tn !P l'artlna with toarea shall forfeit thelnsurance oe.eie.WM .would not suffice to induce the locating of tdvantages and disadvantages out of con on the river of some one thowing carcasses and l'atchen, by Mauibrluo Chief, (Oi celebrated W C. I.. t'llOlV. all cases. way brougiu iroui stw ioikj. as WaVMs-- U Htanford, Ky. the road through this county. No such sideration, is it right for a majority to com- of dead animals in the stream, which, by horsetliatJ.u MambrlnoChlerwas sired br Mambrino raymas-terao- d YOUNO JACK that also stand a KINK I Imp. Messen- be by Old Mambrino, promise as that has ever been made by pel a minority of the citizens to donate the way, is rn indictable effense and the ger. Mambrino King, Jr s' he bydam by Tiger will willpermitted to eerTe a few good ware, at 110 P 5 B B 3 5 be BU 1st 2d representing the road; but on the con their earning to any body for any purpoe? next grand jury, unlers it ceases, will Whlpp . dam br Jim Allen d dim I y Nero to Insure This Jack will 13 joars old the .th of those was sireu t lisuds I1UI1 ... Ilia , lls Islullr j,h ,1.,,. th..,,iijhl.r.l i,.n A tl I lie . ell for ll.l SV J9 MZZZi i trary we have been repeatedly (old by its The Supreme Court of the Uoittd Slates doubtless be entertained with a report of 1..uiHn.v..nv.... t t the country an I.".ii j. . "" ',,,M " br tin) rouug boise are tbe (1,104 and was taken to California Hn I a half , I proiu.e President that the company would make says not. Io Ihecilebrated Topeka esse the tame. l,U puiidj.k owned by Mr l'ey-to- n n it rrtion lotheroflbe 1 aro tasen 10 prcxeninr. JI5B 1 tBfBB F C - C. Ltubree w Allow us, one and all, all to protest in I slbWorany. fceasou tiMul when iiiarelM art so promises on the subject, but would a cate involving precisely the same princied with. O. II . iilAUp weigh all considerations, such as distance, ple as that under discussion that court the plainest and most positive minner ll-- t Crab Orchard, Ky. ! cost of construction and offered aid, tco said: "To lay tcith one hand the potter of the against the obliging(?) proposal of Mr. I I! there things, Goxernment on the property of the citizen and Hat.'s Gsp to move our voting place from and then, after considering all j SS.-- S, Will tuakethesessonof 1S15 at my stables. 2U co d tfttnwt-n mite south of Hustonvllle, on the Huitonvtlle A select the location thai might seem beit for tcith the other bettotc it upon favored tndtridu-alt- , Walnut Flat to that spreading metropolis. a, v oa w o fine Imparted Norman stallion will make the I.ltiertr road. AMallah (Henro Is br Joe Klmo, to aidpriiOte enterprise and build up the interest of the company. So we are All of this side of the rjver would then The of lS at the stable of J M.Uray, at "link No MO, trial J 2', record 2 W. Jo Klmo Is the season 1 M', , BS EI 3BI2BB ttrei'fli C S wlii'-- ) Kevlew ill. C : 8TaV,il.lkr ini, Asked to grant the aid with the full knowl Unone the let robbery becautr it have to go 7 or s miles while Halls Gap Cotlsge ' l'j tulles Irom t r IVHiS) tliepai nearly or quite as apt to i done under the form ef the law and U ealUd now has to go only 2 to 2 miles. We'll pacer, r-lei.ird .'llaudMark Wak.drld tdce that we are rn AT SIS THE tSIsAHOX, 3 - 5 trial In 2 i Jn Hin l by "t I Imo, 27 (by a 5 I obtain the road if we refii'e it as we will la llifxi a llam-ecejoj later about this little move, my Alex-ndr - - ii o AlU'ti I In h by ltyd y kMambrinol OaJ'5 TOlSSlKS 1 tt J 1. If lau. Oar experience in the matter of railroad dear people. 3 be if we grant it. Tins reducss the propogray, IT1-- hands high, weighs Hvasecgfl, AlnaiMH ..leu-- o I Champo Is a dark hhiu i F sition to a naked one of making a dona taxes io Lincoln county has not been such From the same locality also comes a 1.000 pounds and Is 3 years ild the 28th of May by Willie D, (by Foreigner, y Imp (.leooo) 2d 2I r if dam llettl 11, br Cuoningbam'a Coper Bottom; next. He G tion to the corporation, not beciua e it will as to raise very high hopes of prosperity to breath of gladness on account ot Wm. M. loins, well Is of floe style and action, good in tbe 3d daniMlnervalluncan, by Imp. Ilutranl, (thors W rlbld and larze body, withon. He was oughbred.) Willie D.'s dam Htarllght by CheroO induce it to come here, but as a compli come from that kind of source. The L. & Ball's closing week of his distillery for ed shoulders; bead and ueck well set ) Abdullah (I Unco's colta are i 1.1 A Co., of i kee, i by Imp. l'lanso Imported by O, W. Stubblsfif 2s". company owes to the C3unty its taxes this season. Several chicken-roost- s in lhas ment, as an evidence of our "good will, fine and larva and good movers, both saddle and HI.. September II. ISiJ. M I have on of his colts that trotted 1,200 We w uWWV as some express it a pretty costly com- for 1S"(3 ind 1S77, amounting on an assess- vicinity have been robbed recently and it youngwill also stand at tbe same place our fine hameia. a SOO.yard circle at tbe rat ot z io, limed yards on e. 0 en SS2SS tr xi Jack, ment made by the county conrt of only is generally believed for roasts at that in byO. M Olvens, Hustonvllle, Ky , without any s " pliment, by the way. Srs handling I also Lave another that Is about as KB ISBEI trotting f the llrreHaii-inlilrntiiigood In order to furnish the $23,000, as pr- SS.500 per mile, to $S0G, which it has stub tolerable nuisance. A revival of the eff-i : i i i trjwes tneilsteoie Soiw-- s oi Jei oved, the county will have to issue its in- bornly refused and still refuses to piy, and icacious K. K. K. would be a blessing to At 810 font MaliiK Coll. Boston H a beau and running little training but trotted on Hutch-Ing- s but o SSSIS ZM j hands nigh, black, A Pope's track In Boyle eottnty, Ky., which bonds for that amount in the matter is now and has been for several the people who have to endure the evils tlful1ST?, andIIS by West Lad,wis foaled Norewber terest bearing be by Warrler. his Is te secoudi slow, In 2 H, (six weeks or two Is 10, It has refused and and annouances they are subjected to dur- dsm by Jim I'orter, first dam sboo Ply.by a Mam- months bandllag) Mr. lHips says he showed la PSSBBEiEB SBI other words, the proposition is to borrow years in litigation. si.Ule He Is also a -fI still refuses to pay a part of its taxes ing hi manufacture of the elixir" of death . moth and Warrior Jack rea'nrab WMMM: 525,000 to civo to immencely wealthy capi-istrate, but will 2 10 gait bis clt alinnat Invariably sbiw mdill Pasture furnished at hire nod P. yr.Xg' 59 ! will do wvll not b re ij:hi le fur an tdeuts bf Id any orrur wlahli it to is tlsimel (S1S0) for 1S"52 and 1SS3, on an aeseeement ruoi uliilx and jlrancers at that It We are at some difference on the railbleeding H'sMl .V UAHKVlKItU. to examine mr burse and lolls TVIS t - IT 'I I (dtewbere. He Is a beHllt.l bf.ws, 15 hauls that the debt to bs thus incurred can be ex by tre State Biard cf $12 500 per mile. road election, but believe and hope the IB THK COMBINKD STALLION, high, atiperlor Ume and wuscle. Stands tor the tinguished in a very short tim with tfce It has not paid a csnt of tax for the year proposition now before the people will he l (tfi Mt small sum ot 8tO ihc 'A d to HNlil-fr- l (KXSSSBSi.SX'i'sSClS t.lrinu Volt. I will taxes to be derived from the road after it 1S34, ami owes for that year $542. It iut sustained. A county of such varied re my Jaek, nj-rteii vs thereafter there will be a ly owe the county altogether S1.C1S The sources as ours, should not in her present is built, and that IBCBBB BB IB2B nd C. S. railroad refiifed to pay its taxes for prosperous condition be longer pointed lo fortune for the county m thee taxes This fine combined stallion will make the teuon of stabte near shelt.y lltr.ln I In Xorif Train No. I ruan.lellr IreM KsmTxv iiie Bo' M. is tv, hauls all this without increasing the rate of tax- 'S2 and 3 on an assortment of $30,000 as the greatest laggard in all enterprises. IO lo Iitiiiro. At ' eeer Js coin oeunty, on the hely City A Knob (lot Wlftrberter and Lxlnrtoa to ('atlaiui. i i V iMXeant brown witii ation, tfow let us unite some fi;urcs per mil made by the State BaarJ and by Tell tbe people through the IxTEitioit I v It ( i I Lies Turnpiks lU.il at Train No run via Leilngtou aad Pari an.' it fr u a La ep- l y tli. I i f not via Wibr 'utter an I farle Hi Mi i agreement with tbe county court paid on a JOURNAL :ll the ndv.intai( thai will aure abtut this nutter: 15 tlio Season or $20 (o Insure a Lh-ini- jr I but Train No. Is dally earwpl Sunday between I x f ' u It. ills i r escapes nt lis, I un tea-- r lngl w and Paris, but is dally trviu tlnili.iuil to w ! i I Tee length of the toad within the county valuation of $19,000 per mile, leaving the ly accrue to tbe county through the Colt. rsel n ic . mi Rnoxvllle. . .S, ! II Kl.t.. ' r Uettimatsd to be 15 in'tle. Toe tax valu balance unpaid until the aseHUnt nue- sPeine I Jewel l a risd and mail a cope 1 every lmue U xln. t n and far-X- e. Dewriutioo and PWIrfre JJ, dally rare. Pur " hands Mood bay, wlih t Jav teare Paris IO an; arr Laxlacton l a tu ation of this at $30,000 per mile would b tion shall be decided by the courts That who is not it Hithit.iar, that rhev S luthee blab, withlark mine and tall. 1st strl and action. He Is .o ,iai'y ear.pt imnday, leave Ixlifcuo mi&sBZwL I N I' w, aerlv Paris old tbia "prlii,; ra strrd by Lewis t $150,000 and the tax to be derived from it balsrce is $1,016 and it still owes iis tax may not depend o i the word of mouth I tn. Jenel. tt y tbr faimat ol I Washing ral I J tie -- No- a and I run via Car. annually, at 20 cents per $100 the highot fjr ISs to the amount of $1,430, and owes for facts concerning the ui uter, s SELF-CUR- E Holld Trail a, with in very ton Denmark Hrsl dam Minnie I y RELIABLE ullnaa e)ieg heiwera 3d Jam by t by Wells' aud Klehsaswil, Va , ami Win. be tea rate ever yet impised in this county) would iiiall$2 4S2 So you perceive that tuere truth many t.re oonfusel on the subject, Hakorn, 2d tmCrockett 1thI'ruudar;valuable old A favorit" irrrttlin "f one ft tin aud Hasblngtoe II C. dam a iw of Davy f, ii past due -- to Ltnooln owing to the exaceratinn and mirepreeen- - saddle mare, pedigree unknown Mr. H. (' amount to just $000 The interest on i iu'lly due-lo- ng tickets aad bagae mil uoti t and rili. i r .1 ' i iji!I-- 1 n the I' M J Thruuh reached by rallrnaal cheeked to any (ni'ir.tlri ttrhllltu St nation ld Mtnnlr dam of ond Jwl, was a jrnnioel, -percent would le county from e roads over $4 000 and tition of om- - who oppn.e the measure. I! MilU-JS5.000 per year at .! man. .el iu tkl. I '"' II inkum 1 - .1kkleeri. i r. a tult ii to r 1'aaseager K premium a liual W. H WHITTI.MM s.utilll ll.il. n.l Jewel baa been stoiwn fourteen times and w irr Trat . I'm Agei I Ami. $1,600, which i $000 more than the annual no prospect whatever of its paymen And Address DR. WARD & CO . Leuialana. Me. WILL YOU SUFFEII with Dyspepsia and Ljt-c- r tbe blue twelv times, being defraud only twi. T- islngwii .y O'iV-- "' w. -- Mirir. r i' i deatonstrate that these are the kind of people toward whom c l'isturaue will be furulthei at ii. w. Fi'Lti.it, lax on the roil. This Complaint" frblloh's Vilaliser is guaranteed to Iwrtlng Lien 'leneral Manstwr with mares lofielts tbe Insurant lUf.f'- - A.' instead of extinguishing the debt with tbe we are urged to show "good will" in the cure you. For saleby t'eony A McAllitcr. retalswd oh all salts until service charges are psiJ. tolta at Cuanlngbam sold two I.ouis Jewl railroad tax without increasing the rate, 'orra of twenty five thousand dollar donaDM. W. n. I'ilKNV. CATARRH CURED, health ad sweet breath 600 each and say a that tw would not take Si, out we will lack $600 per year of paying the tions lor otie that he has lelt. DuntlHt. secured by fehlloh'a STANruitl), KKNTUCKV. t T. s.t.vntDfsr, Ky For the reasons herein above tret forth For sale by I'enny A Catarrh Remedy. Price 40c. -interest alone. A little calcu ation will McAUiter. biliir lltv. AND PAPER HANGER. Office on LatiiMter street, text Iu show that in order to raisj money enough and the additional reason that to take the "Rough on Rtti" oleiri ra's aul mice outlk. JolKvaLoflb.'. Once Imuis liuua U l A step propped would bs setting a precedent All x.and t toS r u. Anesthetics administered when "Rough on Corns" for Corns and Bunions. He. fresco Celling Taper Haoglng a .Specialty irsm tax on this roid t) even pay tbe innetemarr il-!y- r , Orders rroinitly Atienut--l to, Thin people, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores W-- tl terest on the debt the rate of tax would out of wiiicr-- as I believe, would grow braxroaD, Kr e health and igor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. tl. TO HAt IHt UYt MUST tt KtPI IN OlMli." I have eooclyded a have to be 33 instead of 20 cents on the much greater harm to the county than the A.'X "Rough on Toothache" gives Instant relief. ISc. toThis tine young idle stillloa mares at the low letserve a limited number ot Hat as taxation must be uniform benefits to acrtie from the road could ever $100 Ladles who would retain freehnessand vivacity, jxice of and equal, if we impose that rate (J3.J?) compensate for, I, for ons, shall vole in don't fall to try "Wells' Health lUnewtr " DlDSITK tot XT'IIOt ill IDOIjXjA.IR.S I "Biichu-palba,- " great lldney and urinary cure. J. Blain upon the railroad we must impose the same the negative. Flies, roaches, ants, The reader will now turn to the second rats, mice cleared Which monev I will exrxndoa his education after DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, lateupon all other property in the county. theeeasoa Is over by placing htm In tbe hands of out by "Rough on Rats." 15c. man, only to Let us take another view cf it: The page and take the antidote to the poison "Rough on Coughs,"troehej, ISc; liquid, 25c. some good saddle bo'se them Diturally.stealy him Meals arstrved at all hou-a- . (lame alwavs on I expect In his galls, for he has r and In Its sasun, oysters fresh fish, and EJ. of the taxaole property in tbe just administered. For children, slowfTrP development, puny and to exhibit him at therein, dllt fcdgt Is 3 tears handdellcaeles served In all style and en short total value bands notice. Look out fjr tbe sign "Woodbine UesUu- old this Spring, dark bay or brown. delicate, use "Wells' liealth Renewer." counly, including railroads, is now in and a perfect model In lorm He was sired "Rough on Dentist" Tooth Towder. Try It. 15c. highone of the noted o'l Denmark family, Levi rant" and call when you are hungry. by round uumbcrs $5,000,000. Add to this CO.. V. W.jrASOMIKIJlKIl Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual Debility nubble's On Time, litdam by ooeot the grandest Uanvllle, Ky, horses, ever known In any country, Cabbie's Ol.l ice value of tbe proponed new road at RAILROAD AID QUESTION. cured by "Wells' Health Renawer." f 1. more premiums Lexington, a $30,000 p;r mile and the amount is Mother Swan's Worm Byrup, for fevcrlshncei, tbsn and got horse that has taken more good horses than any known The Lincoln Njw of this a?srega'e the value 1535, made aa County Court at Its April term, worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c. horse; any horseman will tell you so, thrrefire we order submitting to the qualified Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary should not let the strains ot these two families of tbe new railr tad would be a little bs to en of the county, at an election to be held In rundown. Ills ?d dam was by Faulkner's loung complaints cured by "Buchu-palba.- " 1. America, uncie reier ueutry says ptrt Th s being the several votlcg preclncta of the county, on but- - Night sweats, feTer, chills, malaria, fdyspepsia, breeder that ever stood In BoyU ne was me ness than onj twslfth county. Third Hfr Ullilu i. .r1(1 .jji.iwUMIIujii.rti.i.ii follows that the new railroad company tiritay, JInu 10th, 1835, the following quts- - cured by "Wells' Health Keower." dim by Taylor'a Messenger. it u My huiband (writes a lady) is three times tho E. H. BURNSIDE, cever can by any possible arrangement be "Whether the county of Lincoln shall Issuo bonds man since using "Wells' Health Henewer." fl. made to pay more than one twelfth part of to an amount net exceed Lug twenty-liv- e thousand If you are falling, broken, worn out nerThis fine youn g jock win ajso uiaxe toe season Well Known For dollars on the credit and responsibility of tbe vous, use "Wells' Health Itenewer." II.and the debt prop wed to ba contracted. tide, ono oflSst mr sl pike, at mile from Stanford on This Old Hotel Still Maintains H will be the debt ol the whole ccunty and whole county, to be expended in acquiring title ti Prevalence of Kidney complaint In America; the Hustonvllle or tbe right of way over a strip cl land through the THECNLYTRUH " s a quick, complete cure. SI. High xau't be paid by a tax on the property of I county of Lincoln, beginning at or near Stanford to Inauro a Living Colt. AND ITCH cured In 80 minutes by WolOrJ's Sanl- county, equally and alike. I re- -' or Ilichtaoad Junction and extending thence the whole 11 c. ll. lll I. . and ".,10."1.IA svaIhIs lack Iti Proprietor ii Determined that by or near to Hustonvllle to tbe Caser taryLMion. This never falU- 8.11 by Penny br ' yea that whether tbe debt shall be paid at A McAllster, Druggists, Stanford; also by M. C. men to be one of tbe fintst boned Jacks in fcen-it Shall be Seoond to no Country once, by a single levy, or paid in install-jr.eo- tn county line, ujnn the general width of not more I tucky. Hss actions like a horse, quick and sure D. N. Williams, Mt. Vernon. Hotel in the State in iti Fare, than seventy-fiv- e feet, and auch additional grounds ue-- i ;uu pairuni& ui no u i'iuiuisv uu ii running through a long series of as mar be Appointments, or Attensatf aasfl vou Ion? on the Jack's account needed for that purposo and such land at Positive Cure for Plies. ut tion to Comfort of ii. k. .v nnis. jears, the railroad company can never be Stanford as may be needed for depot buildings, To the people of this county we would say that their Queiti. part of machine ahop, round houses, water supply and we have been given tbe agency ol Dr. Marchlsl'a uade to par more than such other buildings and structures as may be use-lH. Of course I do not mean to deny that Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Ilagicage will be conveyed t and from the de to said railroad, and to penult the county lo free of charge. Special accommodation! the county court c iuld, if it choe to do so, dupoie of said propeny when to acquired to said to cure or mouey refunded Internal, External, to Commercial Traveler. The Bar will appropriate alt of the rax arising from tbe Bal.roil Company upon auch reasonable terms Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles, Price 50 cents FACTS nECAnOINQ always supplied with the choicest a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAllster, braadsof Llqaors and Clrars, aew road to the ptyment of the debt, but and Intuch manner as to compensation as may Druggists. Sailer's boa Icaia beagrerdupon by aald county, through ita Slreof Emma Manloy.Bab Pate, Florentine, Doubt as that would letve all of the other ex Daughters, Whes and Mothers. Ac, Ac, will mtke tbe seaion of 1h?J at my stables said Railroad Company, as permitItwill nnrlrVanil anrlch the Bl Onn.rnni.i. penres and liabilities of tbe county to be ted by an Ait of tho General Assembly near Stanford, Ky., and KIDNEYS, am. t:woiit We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl'a fly. the LIVERnnd VJOOH of YOUTH! In all Till of Ken HEAI.Tlt a female remedy, to cure Female Diseasborne by the residue of tbe taxable prop- tucky, emitted 'An Act to authorize Lincoln dlsonsos roiiulrliixacertiiliiaiiil illlclt-- , iM( DOLLARS. AT TWENTY espectatlr H) ipriil, untor erty of the county the result would be the tounty to raise money to aid tn tho construction es, such aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Lack or HtrciiflU, jto., It use Is markvl with Immcillato and noiuleniil rrtiilts. Ilonei, of a railroad through said county,' approved May Ulceration, Falling and displacemint or bearing St. Martin Is one ol the moit distinguished sons same in eflect as if no such arrangement 1,1831" muscles mid niriisrcii llu tivwronv. Enlhtm Phaeton, winning good races over good down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change oflmp tho lulnil and sunnllrs llraln I'nnvr. horses at all distances, and a few of his colts on were maae. im oei row wouiu sun ne auderlnir Horn all complaints The underlined were appointed a committee br of Life, Leucorrbcea, beside many weaknesses tbe turf In 1881 were all seen at the front HI I peculiar to their part of the lax burdens theCoLrt and directed to have the above from the above, llko Headache, Bloatol the Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Sit. HAIITEIVU riiOH TONIO n it x will tin J in son, Doubt, was one ot tbe best bearing only stated aprlnging lu and iptedy type a thorough ear. bt. Martin Is Hi- - cf u i mr nun la'aiui .A, action ofthe Court published for the Information ing, Spinal Weaknoss, Sleeplessness, Nervous de- ured horse, standingthe highest bandsofhigh, splencutllllll'lioil. of the county, whatever they might be. over Tlio struiiaost tn tho uluu of lln. Tbe only line running bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by didly proportioned, klod lo a Umb aud combines and we IUnTKii'M lwif is ihat freiuntatttuips It is argued that the construction cf the of the voters of the county,tbatduty. have adopted druggists. Frlces 11 and tl SO per bottle. Send the butt blood of England as America. By Imp, ) at counltrfi Itlnir ionic nildcd tu Ihepoiiuljr and this method erformlng Tokay, by Imp. Yorkshire; sec PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS llyortheoiltfliiil. iuIf jmi cunimlyl..ilru liiullli would add about half a million to the to Dr. Marehlsi, Utlca, N. Y for pamphlet, free. Phaeton, first dam road do not ciparlinviil-xettlUIUUIHAL AVO UKST J. Blain, ) ond dam Miss Martin, by Oarrlion'a Zlngsnee, awn Bona your address to Tlio Or. Hatter Md Co. V For aale by Penny A McAllster, Druggist. tsxable property of the county, ard that Trios. W. Vabkojt, (son of Sir Archy); third dam Cabrleila by Sir aio , mr our unium MCXMC " S April 10. J. K. Mknupkk, J Archy; fourth dam Calypso, by Belalr, fifth dam ullof strancsaad nsilul Inl.riuatloa.li.o.' therefore, the giving of $27,000 would '.ba THY XT YOLltbU-Ltj'- , (dam of Contention) by Imp, Dare Devil sixth On. HA.nxr.n's Ifioti Tomo 13 ron Oalc oy au This arguinvestment dau We Want a Lady an excellent The proof of the pudding Is not in rhewlng the dam Lymes' Wlldalr; seventh eighth I'lradllla, br laiinntwra N1 UFALFTI dam (lodol-pblBatl A Macklln'a Keranaught: to try the ar ment could only be good, if good at all, in Of Intelligence to take permanent, cole agency for string, but In having an opport-irdtninth dam by Imp. Hoblnob; tenth dam by our goods used in every family in thin place. ticle jotirsi'lf. Mcltoleits & Stagg, the Druggists, Imp. Jolly Banger; eleventh dam by Imp. Valiant; ease the making of tbe gift would of itsioc;. lumlilHil by us without investment. have a free trial bottle of Dr. Botatika'a fetiglmtid twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It Is seen that bis IiOulHvllIcjCliiciiJiiull and was blond Is enriched from the same self procure the locating ot tbe road here, 'uJlspeosable. J. B. Umno Co., Chicago, Lung Sjrup fur each anj ever) on who is afflicted LPTlngton, the great race horse fountain that of and greatest lIUIUJl, XI)'., which I deny. But let us arsume, for ar Illinois. with Coughs, Cohis, A'thnia, Consumption or any Bins, BU.l vriruuur, iui.imii" nu. . iihciwu lb I have put his sernowntid Iu the turl histories. Lung Affection Xkimtnt's sake, that by giving the money bLULPLEsS NK1H T8 made rulicrablo by that vices at the low tlgutes to oblige my friends and a dlitanie In neighbors and to jusitfvl we will get the road, whereas by refuting terrib.e cough bhlloh'a Cure Is the remedy for cum: nm I'll...,--. sending to blm, and wont l tike a few g.ud mares Connecting iu same deit with fait trains loi it we will less the road. Now, a? templing you i ui me i y a ilea lister, u tense f vulgli' Plies are frequently preccdt-JL- ) ontheaharoi I will also sund at the same place my combined nurse, isr-wo:rl3: tbe proposition in that form would fce THAT HACKI.N'O COUQH can be eo quickly In the back, loins nnd lower part of the abdotni-u- , oan any one say that eucb a policy is ei- cured by Shlloh's Cure. We guarantee It. For earning the patient to suppose he lias seme nnVctlon el th I.I.Iihys or rielzhburlu; organs. At tlm, .'TJ,7L22X3'& sale by Peuuy A. McMliicr. The Direot Honto to Lynchburg, Dan ther eound in principle or just in its opera)mptoius of Indigestion nr as tlatultncj, And my Nurmaa Lurse, Better than She Expected. ville. Norfolk, and effects upon the tax paycr7 tion uneasiness of tho stumadi, A moisture, ULe ' Your letter received. In reply I am happy to lierspiratlon, producing n eryetc. dlsognwlle Itching, TVouId it not bo equally just acd right to aay thatParkor'a Hair Balsam did much mare for All Virginia and North Carolina. In'rr'litpmi InlSU by tax the people of the county for the pui-po- ee me than you said It would or than I expected. after gettln; warm, Is a er common attendant ur aud .'ii, " A pHinl,4, Old Sorea. Pointo. 'i .' Blind, Bleeding aud Itching Pile jklJ at once to tin-,N ' ' 'W'ii. inducing a capitalist to erect a cost- My hair has not only Hopped falling out, 50 TO IX.NUKi:. $12 S' . of For tickets aud further iiiformatlon, apply but tho piillcu tki n uf Dr. Dos.iuko's I'll Itemwl , u lilch acts h '." r '"and tilings and Oraas and feed furnlthed nt reasonable ratn. bu Tour nearest lickat offloe. or ad.lrosa ' owner ot '..' iw .In- b t ly mill or factory in Stanford cr Huston-viiltr- ? bald spots are all covered and all my hair has directly upon the parts afeHteJ, abtorUng lb no reeiionsiblllty for accidents should any occur. W. J. Basil, V. K. AlfVOI.II, it know ipmedy foe; , l aiKt t Ticket and Mi.; Advertls un Aat.. lluli,Hcrnt6uw, I Would it not, in fact, be equally grcivn thicker and more lively than It was before Tumors, allajlng the Intent Itching nm alToetluen or nll,HnniiiH. Corka, l'lltu In tho Kro. sti- -i aiso nave ror sale 17 yearling iluiei ana 10 U'dn I'onrtli Ate,, Loulavllln, Kj my slckneta a year ago" Thank you again and pfrmniietit cure. Prite C otnts. Addrees the Dr. II.W. PUM.Kil. O. W.NlIiril, just and right to pay any clliztn out of n.iln Ev., frn,. l.ll.r. tt f 1 tt. m BosanUo Meillein Co., riqua, Obi SslJ bj Melleb-irt- tUorocchlrcl Calves. 11. It A LO 11 31 AX, ' - S,B 1,ron- - and Jdann. '..li A L Ag't. (Joii'I MatLVUtr. Hen'l fast'r H. " U CliirliisHiil,J, the pablie moaejr a bounty for imprcvlnir W(it 5,a teet( Kcw york lUshmona, Virginia, f Stauford, Ky. btagg-t) ON TIME! f. PElt n-s- UB j. f '3T QHANCE it annei. the devils .ae, jnO i dakotaJI flrtWPft lt i 1 rote-color- 1 1 - lien-tlrlc- rr. nn LULL 13 ff -- rally 1 corn-plantin- g Mambrino King, . Jr. lkxixgto.v msmsx "1 el .' I sr??? Wiitl" iSIjr year-old- n. l . ilam-lirln- M-- e0 in Smti-uilwr- . I ' i IV-- lfi I- - CHAMPO , ! AbdnllaliGloiico iM-rrr-r- ii :' I i tfl Mill i'IImIM Si;' ! 1 . ll well-sha- p trr ir nm -! n Bloom-Inctn- n 1 1 BOSTON! dleii-robaah- al 2j i flrst-cle- s. si M- II I SECOND JEWEL i'in If al.o-tso- Bl.K i iI I K 1 . pro-p-wt-- d i r 1 )r FS?EE! 1 -- lllp r Si l'ar-vln- 'a th-s- Iri-u- s 'jirr sx-ia- T. .f. SMMULKy, HOUSE PAINTER! GI,? TBIT EDGE! dr It-HIO- Ht-I- IH Mi.soul.oiiiicr's Hostnurnnl aim-lia- bed-bug- s, 1 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Reputation, i0!SflT(se Wjdr UMK) r (1-1- k STEVE WALKER! Propr Buchu-palba- west-wa'rd- ly - WlZZV?VV -- A tvw afeV .. .PON h j. fa ul Stallions for 1885. TOLMIC Appet.tL-.liiillirrs-lion- ST, MARTIBT. ll'i Kentucky's Route East AnitrC I an-mil- n; A SOLID TEAIN Iox WASHINGTON CITY. L. '': i. ,... ....... JOE A.mTjTjJkJE9 PHIL HERIDAN, l't. l'.trih"tl, 'iV!,' '""i' .... ' C- 11 - si 421-l- ?"".. all DriiutiUti.tsu i