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EXTRA 0 RD fW IM Km 1 H Y! 1 m JLJu&r JLJLJL II WsdBt&amt CROWDS OF MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN -- Throng our Store daily, nil AuxIouh to Secure mouio ol the- - GREAT BMGAINS IN EVERY DEPART IVe now commence our hccoiuI year' predicted Tor in Klanforil. The paut htiH been a yenr ol unprecedented .Succuhh, our Sulen linvliig run Fur Bcjoinl our Expectations, notwithstanding umhu utter failure; said a ntrlctly eiihh hiihlnesH could not be carried on lu Stanford successfully. But we Intend to greatly disappoint nil such. iMmtncs auiBy Our Business Increase. To ouc unacquaiutcd with our sort of busiuoM it inuy scorn strange thnt thoro hai bwn anything in tho season just past or in that of the present to warrant the enlargement of our facilities with the expectation of any great increase of trftdo; hut while we know the goneral ery during the past season to have been one o "dull uadc," Goods for Spring and Summer From 25 to 50 per cent. Lower Wear, than Elsewhere. The greater part of them at We are Plowing Right Ahead, Believing that Less than One-Ha- lf Real Value. Some of our competitors cry ''Auction and shoddy goods," and instead of hurting our trade, a3 is their intention, merely help to advertise us. We do not deny buying Auction Goods and plenty of them, but wo claim to Ho also made arrangements with one of the best buyers in the city to look out for Bargains. Keep as Good a Stock as Any one in town. If we have anything that is in any way imperfect, the imperfections will be shown you before you buy. Any goods after duo examination not found a3 represented, money will be cheerfully returned. Our Original Business is the Kind Wc will Receive Goods Every Week during the Season, that will Win Favor, Our Terms are Strictly Spot Cash Whether times ho good or had. S. L. Powers has just returned from New Direct from New York auctions and Sheriffs' Sales, thereby always having To one and all. You are invited to call and see how many more can buy 'for your dollar here than elsewhere. something new, nt prices Guaranteed York City, where he bought n great many very deairnhlo goods, yom WE jIFtlB XjE.IDEKiS3not FOLLOWERS and Children's Shoes from the cheapest best custom mado, and at prices a great deal lower than regular to tho very dealers. Ladies' good houso Slippers, 20c. An elegant assortment of New Spring Styles with prices, as usual, lower-thaGood .Standard Prints, light or dark, 5c per yard; good yard wido Brown elsewhere. fine Brown Cotton, Oc per yard, worth Cotton, 5c per yard; good Brown Me; extra quality fine Brown, 7c, worth 10c; the very best popular brands Cotton, Jc, 12 yard for 81; Bleached Cottons in nil tho A new lot ju;t received and almost given away. We do not cmtine ourfrom 5c to fcjc per yard; good Domestic Giughani, 5c per yard; very best In this department wo carry an Immense Assortment aud guarantee to selves strictly to one branch of business, but buy most anything we Domestic Gingham, SJc, sold everywhere at 10c; Fancy Dross Ginghams, snvo you about ono hall; Wool Hats from 10c to 10c; Gents' Fur Hats, war Brocades and Solid Color Dress Goods, Uc per yard, IK yards for SI. ranted perfect, 50c, worth SI anywhere; Fur Derby Hats from 25c to SI 50. can get away under value and give our customers tho benefit. Country mer Will havo ns tho season ndvances an elegant lino of stylish Straw Hats for chants and peddlers, we invite you to look through our strock. Wo can give you a great many drives you will not be able to find in tho cities, thereby Meu and Boys at the samo popular low prices. Eaving you time and freight on your goods. To all those who havo never we can save you many a nickle. Job lot fine Dress Buttons, 10 cts. j visited us, (if there bo any such in the county) wo cordially invite you to call Here good pins for 10c; threo papers good nee per dozen, worth 2oc; threo papors and we will take pleasure in showing you arouud, whether you wish to purdies for 10c; six papers Hair Pins for 5c; threo cakes fino Toilet Soap in box, chase or not. Thero is no place- like ours to buy your Men's and Boys' Clothing. We" 10c, a nice Fancy Bordered Handkerchief, 5c; Men's good Linen Collars, Under advantages that no other house has tho Pluck and Audacity id 10c, three for 25c; Boys' good Linen Collars, .rc, six for 25c; good Note Pa- keep an elegant lino of Tailor Mado Goods. If we can't please you in stock, 5c per quire; two good Crochet Needles for 5c; Men's good Cotton Socks, will order any kind of a suit mado for you. A good fit aud satisfaction guar to employ, we claim to place beforo you a list of prices, per, 5c per pair; three good Palm Fans for 5c; good Corsets, 50c, worth 75c; ono anteed, You can savo several dollars by ordering a suit from us. Men's lot haudsomo Leather Hand Bags, 25c to 75c, worth double; one lot Albums, Suits from S2 50 to S20. cabinet size, 50c to 90c; Embroideries and Laces in endless variety at extra ordinary low prices, and a thousand other little things wo have not space to Not quoted by any house, solid or bankrupt, no matter whether cash or.credit mention. Lsdies', Misses and Children's Hats at 50 per cent, below regular prices. We place this advertisement before you aud mean it to be Final, Decisive Genuine Oatrich Tips and Plume3 for a mero trifle. Flowers, Ribbons, &c, and Crushing in its logic immensity of variety and its unapproachable, solid and stubborn Facts and Figures that will not and can not lie. Men's light Cilf Boots, 81.25 and 81.75; Men's Plow Shoes, 75c; Meu's go tho samo way. Domestics. yard-wide finn Laced Shoo. 90c; Ladies', Misso3' Wall Paper and Window Shades. Tinware. n yard-wid- Hats and Caps. Notions. Clothing. Millinery Department. An Array of Extreme Bottom Figures Boots and Shoes. THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE, P'- - ST MAIN Is', J3. jimH. . FPQ JH iHRft MVH ffPlr VIh MM IMA3XBEBM MMB aST3REiB2irr,9 rjB AAJPI-- X S-IOnT- VB09IOVSB8 m &OW VBIG; inJIXJDINGr. STANFORD, r&L Y. a? , llemember a emnll bill bought of us saves you enough to pay your railroad fare both ways for a distanco of ten to to twenty miles. n& mm e'ii ww i wr" The republic ins of Ohio will meet in csiving the job with the $2,700 attachment. TilE charge that the railroads in Lincoln county paid no taxes for the year 1S70 and Springfield, June 11, to nominate candi- Neither tho U.S. Mall nor tho Adams Ex. 1877 is the reverse of true. They did pay dates for Governor and other State officers press Co., have brought his commission up to this writing, but it is suspected that the the next October election. May 8, 1885 taxes for those years, greatly more than at duifonl, Xy., A Washington telegram says Gen. appointment is walking through from tho was paid on any other property in Lincoln county of equal value. They paid into the Simon Bolivar Buckner, of Kentucky, will Capital city. In the meantime the erst public troasury a tax of $90 per mite, The in June wed Miss Claiborne, the celebrated while enthusiastic citizen grows leas enthuW. P. "WALTON. siastic day by day and if something doesn't auditor's reports show this. There was no belle and beauty of Virginia. The fellow, who fired three times into come to relieve htm shortly it is believed assessment by the county assessor ot railJin. Wattekson gives in hia paper of road property in Lincoln county for either President Cleveland's car on his return he will leave the ranks of the proud old Txmdar. Pn picture of the President af of those years, but the property was cer from the Gettysburg battle field, says he democratic party. ter having a pleasant interview with him. tainly of no greater value in those years meant it only as a salute. Ho is a crank. It was with deep regret we heard the He is thoroughly convinced of hia denioc-rac- than it was in the year 1578. For that The Ohio Legislature has enacted a determination of Prof. E V. Zillars to regards him as a eriou, candid, year the 27 tnllcj of the L. & N. railroad law prohibiting all dealings in "margins" abandon the presidency of Garrard Female lard-workinand conscientious man, of in this county was asscs'ed for tixation or "futures," and persons concerned in College, for aside from his peculiar fitness character and geniue, fully able to conduct at $224,000 in round numbers. Assuming such transactions are pronounced guilty of and perfect competency to fill tho position the public business both fidelity and eff- that this was the value for the years 1S70 gambling, and subject to heavy fines Bnd he was greatly liked and has inspired the COM5I9TIN(t OK- iciency and discharge every obligation to citlzsns with tho confirmed belief thatthoir and 1877 we 2nd that the L. & N. railroad imprisonment as gamblers. i the rarty and to the people. Saya Mr. A meeting of New Orleans merchants enterprise was a success. After learning company on 27 miles of railroad worth "The President Is a lets reserved and a $224,000, by paying the tax of $90 per unanimously resolved in favor of continu- Prof. Zillara' conclusion our people manin in ore likable man than I had been in the mile paid a tax of to while other prop- ing the Erpjsltion next winter, provided fested canslderable npprehomion la bit of thinking. He is at once exact and erty in Lincoln county of the value of the Government would leave its exhibit whether n suitable person ould be found to Buroiiclics, exacting, but there is beneath his unmis- $224,000 paid a tax of 03 cents p3r $100, there. It wai stated tht $275,000 would take his place and we are glad to say that and exterior takable business liko purpose Wagons, IJond or $1,430 in the aggregate. In other words be necemry to cirry it over until next Sep all fears on that subject are now allayed by a. ooghtinesa of spirit and an engaging the trustees being fortunate enough to sethe railroad company paid $974 more tax- tember. can dor which ccme out strong for very lit es in cither of those years than was paid On account of failing vision and a de cure Prof. A. S Dabney as president. He tle provocation, and which save his man- on any otber property of equal value. sire to retire from the nowspiper business, is a native Kentuckiau, born and raised in ners from severity." As to his Having paid this tax the railroads were the proprietor of the Haweaville Democrat Cnristian county, a graduate of Bethany he adds: "For my part, I have called upon five years afterwards to pay offers his office for Bale at a greit bargain. College, W. Va., a man of broad intellect never doubted this in the least. If I had sn additional tax ol 20 cents on the $100 The Democrat U the only paper published and wide experience in female schools. een given the making of it, I could not and this they have refused to do. Of the in Hancock county, Ry, and to an enter- He was Prof. Zollars' first assistant at These Goods are all Strictly First-Clas- s, better have suited myself. Indeed, I have propriety of this refusal we leave our prising man a splendid businesi opportuni- Nortn Middletown for sciii9 year, and from the Best so well pleased that I have been con- readers to judge. been the same position hero during the pat ty is presented. Manufactories, tented to stay at home and play at philosG II. Maron, claiming to be from year. Prof. Dabney is comparatively a It is true that they have refused to pay y at patronage, ophy, leaving others to play young man, and like every young man taxes on the assessed valuation of their Xow York, was caught in the act of quite satisfied that the President and the property for the years 1SS2, 'S3 and 'S4. at the Maxwell House, Nashville, with a fixed purposo and determination, ineminent and accomplished men with whom having fully concluded to make of teachBat in this they are not alone. They be- Tuesday morning, lie was arrested, ixo he has surrounded himself might be trust- lieve their property has been valued too dicted, tried, committed and in the peniten- ing a lifo work, throws liis whole soul into capable nnd ed to give us a civil service high. They have paid taxes on what they tiary for five years before dinner. This is every effort, watching with a sturdy eye dean." But if Mr. Watterson is pleased consider a fair valuation for each of those the kind of justice that will deter law- - tho grand possibilities awaiting him, is with Mr. Cleveland he is delighted with years and have appealed to the courts to breakers from their crimes. sure to claim success as his own. Prof. hia water, Miss Cleveland, of "whope rapid protect them against the excessive valuaGov. J. Proctor Knott left yesterday Dabney V wife is a daughter of C. L. Loos, advancement and elevation to the highest tion. The records of our county court for New York. He will return to Wash- president of Kentucky University, snd a WITH A (Sl'AUAHTtflt. racial honors and duties have no wise dis- show many instances of similar action by ington in two or three days. It is rumored more beautiful, accomplished Intelligent concerted her, and who will add one name tax payers of undoubted integrity who that he is hereabouts to secure a marsh lady we know no where, truly a type of to the very shortlist of ladies who have thought their property was assessed too mallow of some sort for his beautiful and womanhood well fitted for the position she signalized and adorned the mistresahip of high and have appealed to the courts to accomplished Secretary of State, Jimniie will occupy. Wo could conscientiously the Executive mansion." With Mr. point to none more worthy to be imitated ,l'c McKenzie, the Peruvian Bark hero. correct the supposed error. II U3' Tor CASH mid Propone In (Jive our GtiMoiuri-- tin; Hen- and Col. Sneers supporting the by young ladies than she. We are inclinWashington Dispatch in Lou Times. clll oT our Discount. Seen praise as this is worth many times the country ought to be able ed that all tho young lady boarders will GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. to struggle along for the next four years the extra cost and trouble of a double isreturn next fall with tinny more; thus the sue. The Louisville Times bjb: The Is- vbA we believe it will. Garrardi Female College is resting upon a Lancaster. tebior Journal of May 5 was a double The Rayce Swiss Bell Ringers are ad- permanent, substantial and successful ba"We have tad news to communicate to number, forty-eigcolumn paper, with an vertised to appear at the City Hall Satur- sis, and we predict for it a prosperous fu WillGuaranteo to Save you from 10 to 25 Per Cent, outvery Vehicle. Oivo these who have been wont to beguile the admirable selection of news matter, and a ture. us a Call. hot immer days at that famous resort, gratifying advertising patronage. It was day evening, May 9th. District Conference The Methodist Crb Orchard Springs. Col. Will S. IIays, as good a paper ts we recall having seen May 25th and continues who, by the way, should no longer have is3ued from any interior town, and is a no- convenes here on 4 days. ignomin-ousl- y the handle to his name, since he tice to all newspaper men that something The Commencement Hop with Eich- - Is tho Humes Troupe In Siunmis Him resigned his commission as Colonel like Mr. Walton's energy is necessary if horn's famous orchestra on the bill of fare, nlaya Moutiuns, on Blackburn's staff, the moment the Ash- they would succeed. will be given at the City Hill Thursday land war was declared, is to be manager of evening, June 4'.h. The hanging of Moses Catron, at After Spreading the Goepl More than the resort aforesaid, and wee to the inno The farmers were too busy and the U fixed for ay but as Knott cent dudee, women and children who peek Half Round tho World. town men too lazy to go out and hear the pleasure and health there. Although the is in New York and Hindman "running TuesJay candidates for the State Senate resignation leferrcd to wculd indicate that the government," we can't say that the sena. i Hia in consequence there wai no speaking. Bob Acres oozs tence of the law will be carried out. We and courage like the l.'s Cat. Sam. A. Walton want to be a Mussoorik, Himalaya Mountain, 1 out at the ends of hia fingers at an unfortu- sincerely wish Gov. Knott would remain consul and with the cotnult stand. If be 'March .'list, 13S5. nate time, he is a terrible man when arous- at Frankfort about the times of our very few Deah Intcuiou: Our long journey is at it will not be because he doesn't get there I biT rrcl?l tut illtl rrefltUc ed, an hia piratical and demoniacal mous- hangings. No an end, for the presen', and we are all of hia unfitness or unpopularity. to a beginner tache etrcngly indicates even The Columbia Spectator, whose editor, handsomer, braver or more talented young heartily glad of it, delightful as it has in phrenology or any other ology. Until Mr. Robin Hurt, is certain to be one of our been, all along. Kentucklan can be found than Mr. Wal3dx."Y. K. Haldeman laid this terrible next legislators, his come over to the adI write this from our summer porch in and here's hoping he will be appointed ton, ConprUlD lbs tet In the MtrkH.wUlrh will U and in his plan to torture the public, ex Col. Hays vocates of the whipping-pos- t the great mountain range, whose name is and not spare moments, when he last issue publishes a ood article in its baa devoted the Gotten Up in Stylo and Mnko Second to Nono in City or Country. On last Tuesday night some scoundrel so familiar to all. We scrambled up yes wib not exhibiting himself on the streets favor. Let the ball continue to roll. unknown broke into terday evening, by the aid of three 'Jhau-pau,- " or scoundrels, who are Giro Ma a Trial. for the admiration of the girls, for he is a two "danditb" and one pony the oa the Senator Eustis' abuse of President the Pleasant Grove a:haot-hous- e writing the masher from Awayback, to Cleveland only bringa him before the peo Danville pike near this place and demol- latter bestridden by Will. Tne other mysriver column in the CourUvJournal and in ple, who had never heard of his existence, ished the furniture generally, turning over terious conveyances I shall have occasion inventing some Mollie Darling music, both as an ass of the first degree. But some desks, tearing up baaks, &:. Tney let an todes:riba when I have a little more leisTHE NEW UKOCKIIV AXI) IIAKinVARK JIOl'Si: OF of which a man could get away from if he Buchassea prefer even an unenviable nounsigned note dn the table stating that if ure. We spent the nii;ht with our dear old was disinclined to the torture, but will toriety to an honest obscurity. the things were not left in their damaged friend, T. Biiley, heaven tell us how hois to escape the indiKi , retired manager of condition the house would bj burned to one of the branches of the Agra Hank, in Active operations have ceased in the vidual if his heart inclines him to Crab the ground. No idea as to who the perpe- whose house at Lahore, singular to relate, Orchard Spri ngt? We beg you, Mr. Halde- Sudin, but the British troops remaining . Ttrators were has been formed, but tho in- we found a home, our first in India, in 3E3CXJSTOISr-V-Ill-3L.3E;DSL-Sman, to cogitato over these sayings, with- are having a warm time there. The list dignant citizens of that community will 1S55. Just 30 years ago, almost to a day, draw' your appointment, get Qrover to week in April the thermometer daily regendeavor to find the guilty ones and have we took upjour abode with him, while our end Ilara as minister to the Cannibal istered an average to 105 degree 3 inside of Weuld ki. Jly ik year sllettloo to the fact tbit tby hire Juit return! tr the cltki with 'r.' them punished i they deserve. ' own house was being built. He lives here, Islands or to the devil, but spare ua his the army tents. fr ih id-- I wll if lwtr.1 stock of ('HOICK Died at tbe Hamilton Hotel, on Wed presence at your charming resort. All Hon. J. B. MoCreary continues to lay nesday morning, of typhoid fever, Mr. now, with two unmarried daughters at the advanced age of 80, but still wonderfully this do we ask and more in the' name of a us under obligation for courtesies. Until Fred J. Miller, in the 19:h year of his life. preserved, waiting quietly and joyfully the people who can not stand to haye their nis election a puouc document was a rare His remains were interred in our cemetery change for the better, that ctnnot now be In rcJlni variety, dainty Id quality tl Mtlrfjelorj In prlcmf tbli we guiriDttr. Our ilia tlull t Ttbort momenta of pleasure dispelled by the visitor to this office unless from a Senator it ill tlwt to inpi'ly every wint In our Hue. Wednesday afternsan. Mr. Miller' home far olf; whether he "depirta to be" with tnotJBter you would have reign over them. Again it is said Russia and Eagland are was at Greensburg, Va., where his parents Jesus, or Jesus "comes again to receive him Latzb: After consultation with some of now reside. At an early age he left the betto Himself." our friends who are quick on the trigger, bound to lock horns. The sooner the Comliti ef the Standard Hrinils ol Kurotwiod America. Our largs line ef Cwik'nj Merit Include who have wheat to sell. parental roof and followed painting as a for those What a hailstone of "talk" wo had yes thejuitly celebrated "flrrat Weitern ItewrYe" and wsny other finally Utorlto. Our Chine, OIim we withdraw the request and together we ter then, profession. He came to this place about two terday evening, bringing up a quarter of a and stock conilits In pert of Itl.le, Tea nj ClumWr fct complttr, 'lUnwjre richly cut think we can send Mr. Hays to assist hie NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, months since with the skating rink manager, century's arrears, you cm imtgine; it was andctclicd. In tho wy of IlreadttuRe we nataelluckwbwit Flour, inn ijueenol all trIWe. Our ttle. natanic majesty in keeping another popubrated Patent -- O. SI." Flour. urlTalled for rake and paltry, while lttce and Hominy, our awn iatr. Dr. J. J. Speed, of Louisville, is dead, C. G. Cox. He was tiken with fever a perfectly delicious. lar resort before the coming season is over. otlo product!, arrayed at faithful adjunct! All thedellcacleiln Forslcn and DowmiIc Confrctlott a few days after he arrived hers and the at the age of 63. But I have only time to announce our ato here. Tin, 8lone, Woodtn and Wlllowware , l.leclrlc Lamr, Stationery. Canued Meati and Frulti TiiEhightof absurdity is the announced A house in Brooklyn tumbled down best of medical skill f tiled to save him. safe arrival and leavo further details to a andncoiapletollneofClgariandTolmcoi Well, thU It only a hint of whit wo bare Itellctlcg , wedding of Gen. Mite, one of tue smallest and catching fire ctused the deaths of 30 His father, who U a prosperous mechanic we confidently aik an elimination of our koo.Ii and your patron-ag- e that wo can make It to your Intert-ttfuture communication. Iteepectlully, TA I f.Oft MtOTllKttS. male atoms of humanity to Mirs Lucia persons. at Greenshurg, was telegraphed fjr nnd Musaoorie and Lsndour are twin Sanitathe smallest woman in the world, Msj. John D. Harris received the was ptesent during the lat hours of bis ria, 8,000 feet elevation, lying on adjoining weight hut 4J pounds Her clothing nomination for State Senator at Richmond, son'd life. spurs ot the s ime mountain. Will and I Miss Jessie Hemphill, of Nicholas-villa- , infant, it tak Wednesday. would hardly fit a new-borMamie Old', on are off in a few minutes to hunt up a house guest of Mi is a ng but one yard of cloth to make her a The evidence in the case of Tom Chrit We shall, most likely, lent in Lindour, at For Coal or Wood. cxtume. Standing on tne centre marble tenden, for murder, is all in and the argu Danville street. Mr. Thos. C. Bush, who jpi. a point higher up. Krer in Jesus, left Lancaster a year ago to accept a lucra able in the parlor, she receives hergueito, ment began yesterday. It F.xtra Itcafy and lit Thli Ilatie Gko. O. Harnes. Juniata Chariccepting their tribute of fbwera with made of tho cry Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers tive position in St. Loii, i' here vMting coal Iron, Ilai rait tup and lront. WE KNEW HE WOULD. is but 20 inch-ts;h- r Plenipotentiary receive the salary next to his father, Dr. W. N. Bum. Mr. O gracious eaio Her height wiih entire wrue,hl iron iwiy nu Jones Sa'ter and finally have removed An Honest Man Always Confesses His Mis- Oten. WariultiK Orcn extend uuder cheU measures 15 inche; wniat that of the Preoident-$17,5- 00. entire length ot Un. Automatic takes and Tries to Repair Them. Fire UiiliiKi Uren hhelf. 14J inchet; arm 8 inches in length; middle Too loss by fire in the United States from Independence, Ky., to this place, , and Cut Centcri. Nlikll nuin ldat.-finger! inches and little finger : of rn and Canada in April was $7,750,000, and their former hom?, and are occupring the Mug pins. AdJuiUMo knoht and The Bfootf Chasm Britgod For Ayo. aide thclf and all modern lwprue-meat- i. mch. The little thing is known as the for the four months of this year $33,250,-00- rooms annexed to the Misan Hatel on To tho Hdltor of Tho Interior Journal Miss Email Liwis reStanford street. human doll and has not, bo far as we could Can 1m arranged with Heater fr Clinic's Office, My 5th. Your pub- list and cold water. Gen, Grant has an income of about turned from a visit to frionds in Lexington, discover, as much intelligence as a monkey. W aler Vox or Heater extra. wound my 4 There ought to bs a law against museum $3(1,000 per year. He has a salary as Tuesday, Jas. Himilton isseriomly ill of lic dieownul of onf inteotlon to . mijmr'm s ihi nuriiiiiiivia- xnanagcra enriching theaioelves by such General, and ho ha) the interest on $250- ,- typhoid fever. Mrs. Mirh L. Grander, feelings it cordully accepted by me and I now assure you from my heirt, that to he who Ins been attending the World's Expa-sitionmcis. 000. has return? 1 an! is thua convinced that my idea that you had New Orleins, The contract for grading the railroad BrJBBCRirriONd to date to the Exposition SPECIAL AQENT, endeavored to ridicule me personally ho-- f fund amount to $93 000, leaving only about line between Versailles and Midway has at Mrs. Judge Ovihj'A. II. E. Huntington, ne the public as well hh to brinr, in ques- Stanford, - KeiilucUy. ic.OOOto be obtained to reach the reqnir-tdmi- m been awarded to a firm at Jefleraonville, Supt. K. C. Rillraid, and C L Brown, General Freight Agent, were in town Wed tion my sincerity and candor was erronof $110,000, myH the Louidville Ind. with their eous, U a relief and a ciuse of genuine Ojgood A Co , the James R. n nesdav on business connected 'limes Of citine there will ba no difficulaccepted a j gratifisatloa to me. publisher.) of Duton, have fail railroad. Mr. Jonei S titer h ty in raising tint snail bilnnce, if there is Jt l trua, m you rounrc, thtt yu diu - Kinor N'unery thiny appreciation by the inorchsntaanu" otb-r- a ol. Liabilities, $150,000; asssts nominally position m agent for ' give to m privately the name afwurance of our Metropolitan City, of the beno-tit- largo. 'Don't for goidme ake iy we told that you have now publically given in The President appointed a number of derived from such an undertaking. Wo una unpleasant auur, out my wjxito hear noon that the lat cent hm postmasters yesterday, among them S. vou." but a nice little. Binrv came to our reierenceto is blood wan too not then to eee it nu i now Carning Judd, at Chicsgo, vice F. W. auricul.ir appendages the other day that , wen Bubacribsd. you know, there is a too good to keep unleai it was canned and do, and besides, aa is to have Palmer, suspended. UBALKES Another Kentucky murderer Proposals for furnishing Indian sup- for fear if it were cinned it would "leak very material difference between a private hia neck Btretched, praise the Lord. Floyd etso to and public diftdatnw under such circumnxiine nnnlc Rfntlnnnrv and fob- - SrTi5! plies of food and clothing were opened In out" we will give It to wino one Ul WyO, WUlMtu, w.w...w... j Williams, who kille 1 his man in Wolfe Co., Vsi New York yejterday. An enthusiastic citizen of stance. Uncle Sam care take charge of. 1883, will attone for his bloody deed just Fancy Ariicios. We havo been, an you eay, good friendu wo years after if the Court of Appeals do for 200.000 Bans of Mr. Lo. this nlaco recently wrote to a friend in J wil1 flJd thal the ,emr iot come to hi rescue. Phjilclana' rrttcrlptloiuaicurately compounded. been J fortunate ' in the Pa,t ai Tbe monumnt to Elzar Allen Poe Waahln-rlon- . who hvl Alio Interruption of our pleasant relations ? ii,u.!.. . , rary 1 in . . the Metropalitan Musjtim enough tobeetruckby p)lltl3l T. C. Belt,. Esq . of Harrodsburg. saya was unvaile i woa .vtMntu v Anil 0n nMl ir tiifn'nl Irt tolanot dead nor yet sleeping; that bo of Art, N. Y., Monday. Edwin Bioth and who had an cflice with some very nice, ' recipient cf ho t me because I had been the going to be district attorney and join the wide the presentation speech. til patronage ttiched, that he would allow many K,naBee. loble army of those who never resign unit The State of GiorgU ha disposed of Bald friend to baitoir on him an office worth of Watches, Clocks, at seldom die jlton, and with it Tho Largest Stock hand, So here'.) $3,455,000 of her bjnds. They bear 4 J not Iethnu $2,700 per annum. He made B Jewelry and Silvorwara IllejBB of Mendahlp nnd good BeDluno The Haweaville Dimocrat very sensibly per cit. interest and run for thirty years. the offer with all candor thinking It but wjh( e, ,he n,Kiirojd qucition ami II remarks that a newpaper and a newnpipor Kver bought to thli market frit! Lower than 1(5 per cent, -above natural thai hi-- worth would be reoognixsd other (pieetions go a they may. Your the I owt t. Wntthen. Clockt and Jewelry Ile- ditor that people den't talKaboutand some The price paid was 5 palrtd on tbort nottco and Warranted. J. Ulain. andnoheeitaocy would result in bis re- -' truly, rar limo abtue are rather poor concern. jfcw-ffltttUiiSnteforlon- BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES! y; OUR STOCK IS IffOW COMPLETE, g S2.-13- Cnrringcs, Jngnnr Phaetons, Duggics, Surreys, Uuck Hoards, Carls, Sc. dem-ocrac- y, rob-bsr- jGli?g Sold on Tlioir nVEox'its, "Wat-lers- on RESTING BRIGHT H. C. & CURRAN. Mor-ganfiel- d, to-d- 'I'll 'ruin xoni)" cx-Co- RUPLEY! NEW GOODS' "SPRING & SUMMER TAYLOR BROS. FAMILY GROCERIES a-- OUR HARDWARE AND POCKET CUTLERY Quec-tiiwsr-e n THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, gsisflS lt PH lOSTiS -- n 0. W. H. HI0OINS.8I! 13li&:.i well-know- i,m, gijaf'fe fflf Alfetei PHARMACISTS, 1 ,' itZol "" .,'. ,. 1 .--. JEWELERS. i Nutinollty, Stanford, Ky., . May 8, 1885 J N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Houlh Houlh. ,., .. KU Inln Then " Kiprrtslrsln" " " ' ? tolng North- - - 1189 1 81 p. u. Noih..... ....2 182 a.m. 03 r. m, a.m. ttnet About 30 li cskulstcd on standard time, inlnutts fsster LOCAL NOTICES. do) it Buy your achool booki from Penny A McAIIaler. Watches and Jewelry repaired on nhort nottco and warranted bf Penny & McAlia-tr- . A complete Mock of jewelry, Intent ityle. Rockford watched n fpecialty. Penny & McAIIaler. Foil couch, colih, &c, tine Comn, Syrup of White Pine, in 25 and 60c bottle, Pre " pared by Mcltobeits A 8tKl?' Faiimeim, Krai This. Go to Dr. SI. L. Iburne'o ilrtiir More and cot ono iwickHge of b'am A. Clark' IIok Kerned t. If you are not mtiMled after uilnr It your money will be refunded. PERSONAL. Vn. wetic. J. IJ. Owsley la In LouUville thin C'oi.. J. SI. Brent, of the Creamery Co. I" hore to ice the start Saturday. Oliver UtMii and Colby Oonkrlght, of Clark county, hare been vialtlnt; Mr. P.. K. Birrow. Miis. E P. Owsley ani Sllra Do1y BurnsiJo returned laU night from n abort fiiit to Lancaster. The new Superintendent of the K. C, Mr. II. Huntington and. Col. C. L. Brown, General Freight Agent, were here Wednesday, The great and only Will R. William) ba been here all the week talking twine bindtra for the oat crop, as there ii hardly enough wheat in the county to buy one machine. Sin. Cuab W. Kuejier, Jn , and his pretty bride, nee Hurls, of New Albiny, Ind , accompanied by Siira Btrile Harrh, who has been Tltitlnp them, arrived at Mr. II. T. HarrU Tueaday. Col. E. Fhev, the SwIm Minister at Washington, will be with Sir. J. Otten heimerthi week and look Into the condition of the Colony In this county. The citixins ought to tender him same mark of s We regret to learn from the Interior the death of Mr John Hughes, e keeper of the on the Dinvillo Jubt received n car load of Guano, for pike. An humble nnd obscure man, but fertilizing. Bright A Curroo. honest and upright in heart, we hayo Seven thousand feet of white oak fenc- known him since memory dawned and have ing lumber for sale by B. K. Wcaren. watched hia lowly but honorable course Miss Ella Ramsey has received a largo through many vicissitudes and always lot of (lowers and Invites the ladies to call found him right. God never made a more honest man. We extend to his bereaved and ete them. sisters and relatives a tender sympathy. In my abjence my son, Will, will con- John L. Bosler In Wincboiter Sun. tract with any ono wishing brick or anyRELIGIOUS. thing else in my line. Henry Baugh-maEld. Joseph Ballou will preach a Mt. ! The ratlrcad pay taxes through every Xenia the third Sunday in this menth at little corporate town through which it runr, 11 o'clock. Rev. A. S. Sloffett will preach at Crab and that tax atone amounli to several hun Orchard next Sabbath, and each night next dreds of dollars in thia county. week. Dr. E. O. Guerrant expects to bo From all we can learn the show pres:nt after Wednesday. will bo in every particular and Rjv. J. E Triplett will preach at the meat modest cn alloiul without of next Sibbath at 11 o'clock A. 21 , having her sensibilities chocked. and a', 7.30 r M., and at Smiths tchool-hous- o m " at 'i o'clock i. m. I HAVE a stock of groceries that I am de Tho photographs of Rjv. George O. sirous of selling, and any one wishing to engage in the btnlnew would do well to Barnes and of him in a group with his family are ready for delivery, price 25 exaiilre my stock. H. H Slycrs. cents to old and new subscribers. The creamery building Is now completAt a State Home Slisaion meeting of ed nnd the first trial churning will be made the Baptist church in Louisville, it was It was steamed up for the first tinia ytHtorday and worked like a charm. elated there are 35 county towns without tingle Baptist church in this great BapWith proper management it Sj bound to a tist State. In 7 counties thero it not a as well as its papar the single Baptist church. In each of S countrons. ties there is only one Baptist church. Four Months This represents the At his Presbytery last week, Rev. Dr time that Georgo Salter, a promising Guerrant reported the organization of a ng thief, will have to work on the rock pile church at Jackson, Breathitt county, for stealing $IS, $10 of which wcro counnow of a hundred and fifteen memterfeit, from another negro George acknowl- bers, four ciders and four deacons. The edged the corn or he might have had to la- church hat received an order to be enrollbor a much longer time. ed. There Is no church building in the Til E Commencement exercises of the Stan- county of 7,000 indabltanta. Wani-kd- . f0,000 lb, of wool. A. T. Journal toll-gat- in -- $145. E W. Jores sold a half interest 'n his drug storo to Iltnry Fulber, of Wiscon-aiWhit Montgomery's grey saddle horse was luii'itog from a rack in town Wednesday night and has not been found to this writing; was probably ridden off by some tramp and turned loone; as a party would hardly eteat so noted a hone. n. THE OSIE.13 a-K;OaEK- y. T. R. WALTON, deali:r in r SI ' n. II III firat-clns- Mc-Kin- etock-holder- a V T. R. Walton bought a young horee of .SEVT ADYniTISEME.ITH. friends here. Monday night following the John Pennington for $115, James Roblson bought of J. R. Slount annual concert will be given and Tuesday 21 head 1,003 lb cattle at b, night the reading of estays, annual report At Veech A SlcFarran's sale 27 and conferring of degree will take place. I wllldcllTcr Ici to regular customers In Stanford averaged SS12 45 and 24 at $405.S3. bdJ Ticlnltj tTerr uiomIb; at Killed nr a House. This item sent Sir. John SIcDonild, of Woodford, from Piirkivtlle by our good friend, G. II. county, had 21 sheep killed by dogs in a II , waj intended for last sesut: Ieham single AceoucUdue at the dote of each montb,or night. when customer quid. Montgomery, a paor but industrious man, is-A Farris lost by death a valuaFarris about 10 yosra old, living one mile west of ble colt, by Smupgler, this week. They valParksville, was kicked by a horse Sunday ued it at $250. He afternoon, instantly killing him. Cirter Sloore, of Fcotl, fold to Thorn Sin. A. II. LeFevre, of Richmond, Irate a wife and revcral amtll children in son's Mill, .'00 bushels of old wheat ono Ind , one of the many who delight in hear- destitute circumstance.m Weighing from 50 to 73 pounds rch. The Sows m dollar per buthe). anil uoe Boar re nearly back and two Boars are ing from Sir. Dimes, called In yesterday A Colored Richmond. President Mar ml color, with tome all ine menmonu creamery will com- of a lighttnisthe yright ear. Hare spots, aadonly inarkcil mining for aometbing fresh, and took along hie cus Hardin Jarman Wilson came in yesIMMENSE SIOCK OF- mence operation next week and its pro- afewdaT). Anr ln.'ortuaticiu of them will Ik FcglMi book and the photographs of the terday and asked us to announce him a tbantfullr revived. It HOW, It. ;. IS. I siaoforJ, ty. moters are encouraged by the outlook. Siv-'"Trjupe KTangeliitic" candidate for the legislature on the inde Tbe Owensboro Mtuenr eayB butcher ixmltnt ticket. The president is Iho origi- cattle command 50 to 75 cents per hundred LOCAL MATTERS. ! nator of eolored fairs and a m.innjer of higher price in that market than in ti A Niw invoice of Fancy U.'nuware at them has won great renown, as he says him From inr rrtmlis at McKlnnev. atout a yseiV or LouUville. Bright A Cirrn' self that he is known all over tho world. In Louisville cattle are quoted at 2 since, a Suvrel Hove, with very heavy wane TRIMMED XS(Jo TO Elmiaton A Uley for Cupel, He tells us that ho was born in Stadion for reij common to 5, an advance over and tai' not- o luavv, left hind fo't nhiteandto on right jiw. Any Information in 1807, but hiving livrd in this county .'Ml lat qiio'atiot ; hog are dull at 32 to 4X; little whit sjots Matting and Wall ooiKcrntnu him wiil I reasonably conn'cusated-Addrerears U rather of tin1 opinion that he sheep 2 to 1 rents Ky. me at MtHim-eycbsjsp-t- " Pj.asts of all kiad, rbcap ni the i9-knows her wants He is emphatically the rtim. it 1'arn had loss than 200 cattle on her V. U. Qiv Plane give uea oall granger's candidate as his wonderful lec- market Slonday, with but few sales in comAT- tures on agriculture prove to all who have mon stock. Same yearlings sold at 5 to N T. llciuiGd is buying wool at higbtst heard them. 5J. George Becker sold 125 cattle at 5 to STAG-G'S- . market price oaib. Se liiui bfore you rxEncisns We learn with almost Indiicrihablc regret 5J cent. We give this for what it is worth nnd ntll. that Sirs. Siiiie C. Trtirheart, for twelve College. ALL PKICEH AND .STYLES. thia data I will mil exclusively jeJM or more the principal of the Stanford generally it is very little: Returns from f r persons having ao Female College, ha tendered her resigna- 73 counties to tho State Agricultural Buoxeeptlng to tion to the trustee in such a manner that reau relative to tho crop put the coudition c unts against me. S.S. SIvcra. Sick.M no they could but accept it. She han been of whoat at 39 per cent.; corn, SI; rvo, 00; Commonconiont Sormon, Sunday, May 31st, Wf, pork, mutton and MiMage ifTered the principalship of Slillersburg barley 45: oats 55 The report indicate! alwava on hand at the Stephens Bros' College, At 11 a. it. at Orera House which is a denominational reboot, that fruit will be plenty. " The boy stcod on tho burning deck, Butcher Shop. Call and aee them. The Louisville tobacco market on Bur-lekept up by the Methodist church South, J1Y 8. Determination In his eye is quoted as follows: Dark trash $3 to where she will get a large salary and have To the Pen. Sheriff Lester, of Whit"ForHourct's Drug Stcte Iaui biund, none of the cares which now beet her. 51; colory trash $1(2 G; common lugs $150 I'm for the little Doc or die!" ley ccunty, took 8 persons to the peniten5 50; bright colory lugs $G(?S; common Aunnnl Concert, Monday NIst, Jiuic tiary Tuesday, whose terms ranged from - She has been a blessing in every way to Twinkle, twinkle, little star, 91. 1st, S My friend, tha chtapest goo Is, by lar, this place, ha built up a school second to leaf $G 50(J 75; medium to good leaf $7.50 Tears to a lifetime. At Bourne's Drug store you will find none of its kind in the State and her influ- (T?,9 50; medium to good leaf, colory, $0 50 The purest, best, ot every kind. The Royce Swiss Bell Ilingtu Concert ence has had a decided effect on the mor- (243.50; fine leaf $13 50()18.25 Regular Commencement Exorcises, and Specialty Company will appear at the als of the town. We had hoped she would Msry had a little hub, Sir. Geo. D. Bildrick had a fine DurTuesday, June 2d, 8 P. M. (For liarnum she should quickly rend); Otera House to night. Scats may be e remain here, but as she has fully deter- - ham cow pjiioned last week by eating a But Boum has tho nicest lot SAU.IE C. TRIEHEART, Principal. cjred at McRoberts A SlaggV. of mined on hirc3urse we can but wish her small quantity ol the leaves and twigs Of Drugs and rings, breast pins and thlattt, an oleander. This is a very poisonous Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes aad eiiTclorn, is on exhibition at success and happiness. The Queen Ccffte pot ptant and Bhould be kept out of the reach Fatent medicines of all kinds, Saw W. II. Higgles' store, by the Patentee, alA DAY or two ago, a man whom we had Globe mixed paintr, cardials and irlcts of stock. Children should also bo warned t' .me everybody and drink this delieloca ways had reason to believe was a friend.apoko not to chew the leaves. Lepanon StanASM I.CJIIIEU TAItD, And every thing else, the cheapest and TbCit, At The New Drug Store, (to rhyme, put In 'Bourne ever wore " cflee free and see the Simple Pot. to us as follows: "I want to nsk you a dard. Grcctry Ou top of the Knots, close by J Cartel's Y urs till death, M. L. BOURSE, at the New Dr Jg Storj, Stanford, Ky. Store. and will do so if you promise not I AM very anxloua to cloee out my buei-r.e- n question CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN CUONTt. FOOTS tO WHEEI.Vll, rvoprlctora. to get mad." We replied if he disavowed ichts--tho- ie and need money to pay my For all kinds of general Lumber. Shingle, .c, any intention of cil'ense we would not, Most of our farmers have secured good builders and others cn not And abetter market to persona indebted to me will asist me whereupon, he said, "It is reported that aland in their corn cropi though iotno suit llicmsehf s. Our uiotto l "Gool Mater'al vry much by calling and piyirg off tbolr lor reasonable Kates." I'ostotBco aadrcs, Halls Uap, Ky. ' t ii are paid by the railroad company to complain of cut worms in sod land. tc ctii1'. S. S. Mwf, advocate the tax and I want to know if is Maj. F. O. Kidney and Hon. A. G. of Menra. Penny A Sic ho. ' we almost wiatieu men inai we nau Talbott, catiil.'ites for tbe Stato Senato The iitore-rooAli'ter W being fres:oed and otherwise not made thu pnmiso but wo simply told addressed tho "good people" here today AND BKILKK IS iuiprjvod and with in fins French plate him "Xo" accompanied by tho only ap- (Thursday.) 1'ninc Jlindtrt, Eipcr&, window reaching nearly to the ceiling will propriate epithet duo the knavo that could Mrs. II. L. Steger invites the ladies to Farming ImpU mtnt. jrovert, l)jd(Mk Semny MucUim, Aeuho toon be anioog the handsomest start such n story. Tiicre are men whono call and examine her stock of spring mil lluggiu, Cwriagci, Phatlvtu ami Tmnmte in town. puny and illiberal minds can not concelvo llnery, jusi received irom tho cities, before A mid complete n&aortuiciit of Fiirnlttirc, ciiibrnclnjt Fum and Spring Wagon. be as earnoila we are in purchasing ehewheie. She also calla their erydiins from the OhenpeBt to tho Finest ZurJor Jiuitsje. 7n Mk. Blain aut in to say why tic hoiv a man can advocating tho question unlets for money, attention to her mantuamaking depart- Call acd exauitne my stock and get prices before need to ro to the Iurj;o citicH to uinke your ptirolmsor, no iM rad ad7ucatcs nk for $25,000 if 515,-0- 0 b'.iylna tlsewher. 1 will gWe yon a good barthey arc few and what they think dcei ment. mul will lupI2eftt t will gain. Otaee at W. II. Hlgglns1 Ware whatqiiHiitity or qut&llty 3ou want, piy the bill. S.niply to hi on thu but ltooins on Mala strwt. J. L. Slavln sold hi3 grocery store to a any prices you can olitaln elsewhere, freight be! in; tiiliiiui. AIbg It coH no more than $10,000, not in the least affect u?. They Hre worthy m'eetde If inassortment ot CoIIIhr, Cacs, Shrouils anil Holies, emhirw-In- s n that amount will be asked only of the oottc-t- of tho lowest epithet that can he applied to German for cost and carriage, but after MAJ. F. I). KIGXEY a man and which we would not print in voicing the German backed out because tho voters may be e ure. all tho "Hew KtylcH, hotli cheap ami expensive. Wars rmnws this strictly pious paper. Wo acknowlege Mr. Slavln refused to take .05 per cent, Is a Cndld4te to succeed blmcclf In the Elate Sen- opposite St. ANapli Hotel, Stanford. Iiy. 1 1' did not read tbe offer in our last that our adveency of the road in not unmixed discount foretell, which w.ii not tho con- ate, subject to tho notion of tho Democracy. tou i'auu to send thU paper twice a week and with eelfiih motives, for wo are awre that tract aud onlr supposed to ba n "Djtch HOX. A. G. TALBOTT a good Farmer'a paper, both a year and n what little of this world's gaodi) wo have dodge." Slavin can still he found at his Is a Candidate for Senator in tho District composJ0 page cook book, do so and accept ono accumulated will bj greatly enhanced in ed of iloylr, Lincoln, Casey and Garrard, subject old stand on Stanford street. to tho action ol tbe DemocratU party. Election of the generous oflera named. Both paper value and a largo territory will bo opened Mrs. E'.iztboth Hiatt, wifa of A. M. tint Monday In August. COMMISSION MERCHANT AND SPECIAL AGENT. exhibition at this toils for patronage. And thia enhanceand cook book are on lliatt, died at their residenco near town on office. ment of values will affect nearly everythe Gth imt., of Consumption. Sho was a ts daughter of E q. Hhaui Robert.1, deceattd, Tuosk who put the propesad aid to tbe body in the county, fir even Sir. Blain SurThe annual meeting cf tin- - shareholder of the in his circular that Isnda have gone formerly a prominent citizen of the Eist TurnersTille, McKlnney & Collcr's Mill Turnpike railroad on tho narrow buid that It will Mi Kinney, ltoad Co. will 1 held at Jooea' per cent, aince the Cincinnati South-ern'r- f End. Tho funeral sermon was preached oa tlioSDSATUHDAYlnMer, Store, at 10 A. M. cost the county $7,000 to Hecuro from one up ISM, electing a President aud Board right-of-nawna We by Eld. J. G Livingston at tho Chrittian or the purpewjot obtained. end f it to tho othur a trunk lina railroad, ot Directors Tortus ensulnttycar. CLII'KiN rOWLKH, rresldent. Farm Wagon, Village Carts ami IJncK Boards ever Hroiifsht t eecond in importance to none in tho South, think we know n good thing when wo eeo church and the rtmtica laid to rest in the JhlH market, from tho Cheapest to I he KeM, of 120 centi on it und wiun we can get it by so small an Odd Fellowd cemetery at this place forget that b.yond the levy t J outlay, we can', n aon I o v anybody can opMrs. W. A. Ciron ia quite ill of ma goes to tho county, theStOO which STYLES. Mooro ard larial fever. Mn. Cipt.T. G. EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT cents goea to the school fund and 30 cents pose the measure. :ve- Mis? Jennie Buchanan lave returned from ti pay the exptne of criminal trials, tho DEATHS. a visit to the N. O. Exposition. Mii LizSTANFORD, ICY., Court of Appeals, tho State government Also a Full and Comploto Asaortmont of All Kinds oi Farm and Mil! Mr, Matt Woodcon received a moMage zie Gormley hai returned home after a IteprNcnts the Bret and most Prompt.Paylnz Machinory. A? The road will bring $150,0008 worth or taxable property to Lincoln county, at Wednesday fltntlnt; that Kugeno Waldeck pleasant viit ol n month to friends in call; and bn rates are very low. Ulve him a Xoiv Is iho Time to Placo your Orders for Marrows, Corn rinntew.Corn Drills, t Cincinnati. Mn, Dr. Bronaugh, of Stanleas', which give het better alttndlng lu had just died at Uplonvllle, Ky,, of Cultivators niul Field Kollcrs, Though physically deformed ford, is visiting the family of her eon, It the State and pats $1,000 in round num. The contract to build a And seo My Stock and get Prices before Purchasing. I ha7e a few Sulky hers more to the credit of thef fchosl fund, aad suffering from an Inrunhlo disease, II. Bronaugh. The Old Kollabb Mr. Waldeck wan alrcayH a cuur.'eouj nnd wire fenco around tho cemetery grounds Spring Tooth Harrows that I am authorized to close rc ti good rrePrinat0 l'arl ' "Homo of Now York," with ItB out at less than cost. teacherJ and pleasant gentleman and made many friends was awarded to Buchanan k Ltir for $05. l lrtis to us, for thubeneStof Capital of $3,000,000, (cash) M. W. Jonei sol I a work horso to a Will pay promptly wh$n the actual loss It knows. cuildren. Bjt the advantage to be de- during hia erjourn here ue agent nt Kow- They ara V?oith the Money asked for Thorn for (foHivarlng one crop of nates n)r See so bclor yon lasure. V. F. Kennrdy rold rived from such ro'id would fill this piper land, who dwply regret to have him cut off German for ;S0 '. .11. FiiKXXr.lt, Agent. 40. QJEO. WEAREN. Stanford or Turauiulne, Ky. IMm . in tho Llsom of curly youth. a No. 1 family hoe to another for tj itcite them. tf ford College begin this year on the last Hun-da- y in Slay by a sermon to be delivered by Rev. I. H. SIcElroy, who hai so many LAND. STOCK AND CROP rerc. and Queensware, Tobacco and Cigars, Fruits and Confections, Notions, Ammunition and Spices, Nails and a Good Deal of and Other Hardware. it thoe Canned Goods from the Best Canneries of the Country. IGE! XG2! ICE! A Good Corn Drill For Sale at a hones Great Bargain. ONE CENT PER POUND it. e. nxniiow. For Bargains, There Is No Place Like the Corner of Main rive Sliontft, lioui-- A 2 Soars, and Somerset Sts. at at Opera House Bell Rlngera surpassed the expectations of the audience at Slapes' Hall last evening. The entertainment was Waller II. the perpetrator of the St. Louis trunk murier, has been arrested at Auckland, Xew Z 'aland. He will tight against extradition. A train recently went over the Hannibal A St. Joeeph Railway which was composed of two cars of gold bullion, three cars of silver, eight cars of silk, and f jur cars of tea. Sloecs Catron, the murderer condemned to be lung at Slorganfield to day has avowed his intention to commit suicide and cheat the gallows. When the death watch was put on him a lare knife wan found on his person. After a service of 10 years as manager of the Louisville Hotel, Sir. Phil Judge retired Wednesday and gave way to the new manager, Cap!. Loyd Withrow, who has been cnhier of the hotel company for the past six months. Lennox-Maxwel- l, o M I O - IIM - &LM& ' And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. IN ADDITION TO OliOCEItlES AND I'SOVIsIOSS, HE KEEP3 Tin-- , Glass- - The Royce con-aiiti- refined, amusing and instructive. Sir. Royce in hi character impersonations we have never seen excelled and coupled with his elastic countenance and studied acting he hm n rich, pleasant voice which always addn so much to that character. L?rzic Royce Nellie Hoskins have pleasant, voices, calculated to entertain the lover of concert mueic. Taken as a whole, is an excellent company, far above traveling in the West. "Tribune, New Hampton, Iowa. well-trained ln i: Cin-cina- STRAY3SS3D . Will - Ppr. tr. jiiiiox i:xo COMMENCEMENT M'EOBEETS & Stanford Female ih, "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns y ItEV. I. MoELKOy. r. "St. Mary's Mills" N.T. HUGHES, UNDERT1KER, store-room- s aull ' nilcnu mttr y, fU G. D. WEAREN, Turnpike Election. lg-t- d nd-mt- Tho Largest Stock of Baggies, Carriages, reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, c FIRE INSURANCE. J3STO. philips, Com-ratil- INSURANCE! w-'- c'1 i. on S8r5S583g?&r: . i. . wtmin Mhj0n V HORSEMEN AND HORSES. By a tancier. James Hler, H. I, ha purchased St. ;loI. Frlilnv Cloud, tec. 2 21, for $1,500. Publtehril TMcaifrtto Thl Hue roniMuf'l ttslllon will wlc the ioiiojV XiMB UU1B1TMAN. las) nt my near Shelby City, In Liu. JillVTIHT, oftoiii couuiy,sialdeins annoy i.iir Knob HU11G130N l KY. Win. Hays sold bis combined mare, Dal oi HTANKOim. aa.oo PJElt ANNUM Llrk Tiirnplk. HmJ, at Offlco South tide Mstn UtrMt, two doori abovt to C. L Crow for S200. ay, tno nybn noien If we hare to Wtstnpald atrictlr In John T. Hughes, Lexington, has sold his VureMtruu. UllJe Oti ndulnlitertil whin rs $15 llio Si'nsiiu or $20 lo Insure n l,r. vtdt uiit tluip. 83.80 will be charged. Ins Colt. qutrfnl. by Crouched Denmark and matched pair, Description anJ IJUrw:-e- ml DXl. W. U. I'ENNY, Jecl h King William, for $2. 100. WALTON. W. P. Moo.1 mj, with Murk mane , l(, UuntlHt. hUh, with 0.M trl anil action hni, IlmluOrer one hundred thousand dollars wcro lie . STANJOHl), KENTUCKY. rears oM thli lrlntf, sat ,r LcW t t. last waek tossed into the lap of Kentucky nltigbam'i J ci. ue by I He irrJ old Wmhit.. rainoui door to DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNT t. OlSre onLaoctiter ttrret, toxt 8 to II A. ton kiiMark. HritiUm.Mlr.nl. by M. Donabf for blooded horeea at public and private RioKJoiRNit. office. Offlcs houri 2.1 lam by Well,' CrHlM; s,i cm l r m. still 1 toS r. w. AnMlhetlciiJiulnllrI whrn lUlrurn begun at the "pgging" Tha a ami il Daty Crnrkett; 4tli .Inn nut,,, alee, and more than twice na much will bo ili-lj- r. IliirMtr. m, i,ii innra, iKvnn-unknuwn. Mr. trottioi; track this week. i thrown into the aime sieve this week end n .mi jiinmi- nam i.r m- ,,n, .Wwt-- i a term pf the public fchocl uext. Yet people do uot seem to realizs priniluiu a Imal frt'iu a n.li n ton. I uiar-- ' vi Trie prea-SALE, niul Jewr I has Ixmi tharn lourlrrii Hmrs ai,l w ro Wednesday. here will cW nxt the blue Hiflnj IIwm. MH),(,iw,t-- l on' tni r that Ky. ia to Americ.i what England is to A nWII.IINU AN1 8TO!H-l.oiihv yet liing Abraham, tlu eller, ratturaiiawlllbe furtilhJ at mju, Rst. Father Miner, of St. RaV, Europe; nnd a man who builds a hcnhouee is now IW.t l.n Imlt im.iib in tilJ I'artliu with mar btrlrlli llm Insiirm, i'rj, past HI years old. For &0 yews s I ' li'l I'X plin A iiksln WahinRtjn county, l,at been on a visit lo an 1 white washes it, gets more notice than rvlalnnl )n all colla until Mrriraelltrfx .ni. lieen nu iron manufacturer in I'i'tUburjr. VUltiNViCltMOX, iilTinKatviuto T. , CuBiiliigliaw aula twe ,ltiat M.KIminy. Ky. n Brady, of this place. wcJ Father A. J. one who labors to advance this interest in riiero will hardly bo found nnyw hero clo SAOOpacliamlMirilbat he woiiM not tak JI.WO lor one that he bat lelt. i family all of whoa membors were so mar- An immense crowd is expected at the his community. A.T velously siiccwsful, and all of whom lived to C. T. H.i.XDtDOV, TJio I'ublNlicr of Tlio Nnw Yorlt Sun. night to see the Ojura House Hhtlby CltT. Kr Fount F. Fox, Jr., an exceeding clever mcU n good old age. Tho commodore's sou, of Little Bj, young gentleman burlesque on the operetta OrrosiTK of Garrard county, aeema it will bo remembered, was killed in 1SSJ on peep. tbe Long Branch railroad, in the samj aeel DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, The Danville Hop Club was reori?s.n to be in tbe role of ill fortune. Last fall lent In which Oen. Grant received n shock ! jied Tueeday evenim by the election of W. Bunko, a fine trotter, died in hia possession, ind a sbnkin up. Previous to that time MMlsarrmrretUt all lion's. Oamn always on tho commodorn ald tbeio had not been a and now he has lost the promising young r hand an I In Hi mwuiii, orlcrs fresh 0hi and "NV. Wiseman President and Joseph Moore MrtMratt al.ll httra hroa4M-- . On Time, tlvltcai Irs sorvxlln all iItIm ami to thort will inak tbetpawnof horse, Messenger Prince, by Meseencer death fu Lis family for 72 year. nt aubli-Sioretary. "Wiwilblne llnuu-run- t' Kliob 1J, k ,lk, l uillea fruiu tuj nollii Ikont f.irthetljn btlbjr fur, a' an I nil wbru yinnr ImiiKry. large Chief; dam by Alcalde. He will finish Hor are permitted to run at '. IV..11, ISO Ml Kill Kit .V'fr., $10 to Insure n Colt till woaninij time within the town limits very much to the out the icason with Kentucky Sprague, by ltauTllle, Ky. Gov. Spragm; dam Madam Davis, (dam On Time l a Wautl'id biy, - IimiJs hlgj, annoyance of citizens who don't "admire with well proixirtloofd form anl tuunlet. Ha wn of Lady Divis) by Gill's Vermont. to have their gardens rooted up. lrr.l by Stonewall Jatkwn: he by Waihlajtoo The zenial Jas W. Guest haa "atruck it Drniuait: Jaw Jancyby lleltbaxur. Phil. Mason fji Interfering with an of. lwllla''oitaoJatthoiiweilicethewillkoLWD big." His fine old rare, Crescent, by Imp. Jaek, was fined $25 ir the Police Court ficer KTT. brought him a colt by Leon OLD IILACIC HAWK, Tuesday, Joe Roe for same ottene, sme Australian.bas that is in length, strength, a'zs and line, Lirkin Briscoe for ctrryinc concealed atu, At, two J ii ,( Ji 1, BURNSIDK, E. H. shape, a prodigy. He should call him VV V ffcv weapons, was fined $30, Joe Gaitc, fcrstll. t 11111. TIIOMl'SON. IHEMIUICKS 1 Leccrates. Jim u anxious to close him in TMb Old Woll - Known riillla II bB.li,the n of lb nil jack hir icr whisky, is to be tried trtdiy at 2 all Books on the Derby of 'SS. A cross of OM Klerk Hawk 15 o'clock. Hotol Still Maintains its drlcka la elOhaaJi UinJrtckt al(tf i, en anl Pal tti, lanJat theaau Mr. Gabriel 8. Coldwell, a member of the Leamington and Pinion blood producHigh Roputation, trrmiai tbe.bon. l.lo heM on all colli tar th turiu-n- t ol th the county court and an old and much re- ed Leonatus, and if he lives he will prove AND iaon. Marri traJnl or rruiotrd betore Milmj spected citizen of this county, has been as great a sire as he was a race horse. time rsakrt tne Hiton due paid A., Iti Proprietor ii Determined that car ainl attrntlun jItjo toand ruuit Inmereaeaol As we predicted sometime ago in this promote hi home near Parks, be Second to no Gonntrr dangerously ill at it Shall accommnjate iur jtiuoDi, but aw nal liable ft Hotel in tho State in iti Fare, any fcl.lmli. N villa for sever! days. He suffers from an column, Irish Pjt has grown eo in public i.KYl IIVIIIll.F. Appointments, or Attenaffection of t'ie heart, which alio involve favor that the odds against him for the Der w rr.jtxt. thk iTn iftAAr tion to Comfort of Tlte dmUi of Mr. Is- - V. Kuidaod f.n tbe brain. This mprnlns (Thursday be by have already been reduced from 12 to 1, thoir GueiU. many ,nrs tbe pulili-.lu- r to to 1. Doubt has been reduced to 10 to .f Th N,w better. was somewhat Sun. i. iimvcM hk' of tbe luu.tcr uiiitiU in th.l CORNEUUS KE.VSI.VGTO.V OAnMSO.V. Your correspondent havioz learned 1 Favor, whose public form by no means formation, of tho Km,t J. urnals .f tlw me llHHnee will be tauttj J to aad frJin t h it frr of char. Kperlal acromuioJatl otu Will maie theteawnuf 1 at mr stai lei . , Oarrifoa'a mother had him educated forau trowli. Tlie sagacity of the founders ol to ComnerdalTrarfleri. Th liar will that an impression prevail that it was Mr. justifies it, is still the favorite at 21 to 1. inllee uth of lluitonrllle. on the ljuitonrllle A Liberty road. AMallah lllenco li br loe Kim . alnari lapplleil with th halcil Lincoln caunty, who There are eeveral horses In the Derby that architect and builder. He uie4 hU know-ledg- o Tho Sun, of whom Air. England wns a partBoyle Reid, late of breads of Ltaiori aid Claari. No. SI50. trlil 2 ::, iord 111. Jo Klmo Is th in building steamboat). He waa cap- ner, Is evidenced by tho fact that while The sir of f C. t)., reconl 3H-tD. C S rf fall dead last Sunday, one week ago, at hi can run OTer him in any part of the race. tain of tbe Convoy on the Mlsiislppl many Sun has maintained Its price, siw and style ;,OoO the att winter. i lterlew rreord 2 IS1, Ly And although a great deal of money haa years ago. An enraged passenger unchanged since It came under tho managehome in thia county, it may be well enough curgui' record 7 Usui Mirk Wakefield pare oiice flml trial In 3.JO. Jo Klmo Is by St. Lluw, JTJ, ,'y to say again that it was Mr. L. G. Reed, been placed on him, we feel confident that a pistol at him. It refusod to tr j on". iVnr. ment, in 1MJ7, of .Mossw, Dana, England and Alexander's AIMallab, It, he by llysdyke'e Onrriion coolly opjned a drawer in his desk, Cummlug-.- , Its contemporaries hnv.i tr. who is no mare, and that he will not atari In the race. Joe Cotton and No 10 Jo l.lmo's daat by Mambrl' late of GarrarJ, quently mado experimental chaiigt-- in tln-ihanded the fullow soma fresh AMlallah dam Mettle-ilesco's ! Jlfwnr I)., i t'y Korelgoer. lity1stImp t,,enro .1i first named gentleman ia alive and in is entitled to much respsct, having demon:aps, prices ami charges for adveninin the I by Willie In the announcement of hlsilmih TlmRim strated ability to go the distance with the llettta C, by CiiDBlruhstu s ("- -r tlott j dim "Jry somo new caps, said he, "your's good health. Sd data .MluerraUuBcan, by Imp. llusaard, fcaid: "In his death we lose the friend ol This IriTaluabl prerM Willie D.'i dam eTtarllgbt l,y t her Senator D. L. Moore wis in town weight up in respectable time and com- don't seem hi bo good." The Incident made the angry man bis almost a lifetime, n man of unnuiquernble ,ts aro kee,,by Imp. I'taBeo AHallah Dleuce'a Thursday and reparta that he ha a car- pany. But tbe shadow of the Derby "win friend for life. The naiiio iron nervo char. integrity, tnie nnd faithful in all things. No Horo Terror Aaeatfl lame and good wore!, lad I anl potts that (retted I,. 1 ner will probably be cast at Lexington thia icterlzed the commodore through life, nnd During ) years that we have leen contln Inrfllnnble I'meAt wai harness. I hare on uf his load of calves at his dNtillery in Mercer evtr Iwtlowcd vn tbe yardion a sw.rtrd dnleat the rat ol I id, t ually oiatod with him, lYh aa a Journalaxi fortune nttenrial h s undertakings l,T . M lilteoi. Iluit.mrille, Kr , wltho ,' a " county ready for xhipment to his ranch in week. Then esxh ctndidatea' chances ist and a man of busineM, he lias never Un No More Pain! Krom the very tlrst bo nuu-v- ) t money. haBdllna; I also Lare another that Is i to etsrt will be carefully weighed for our readers. Colorado but that he heitt8 AVbeu gold was discovered in t'nlifornla be wanting in his duty toward his piiiteliiles eni th time of lalwr arxl cowl llerelsaromUnatlan of the beet t,,'Hni The Lexington races began Tuesday htabli.hed a tanking house lrum the Intenelly si aixl runnlBg cre-- In extsteBce Aklallah i,ert Ills frleiwls. o. tlie community In which he account of the quarantine in Col them on at Ianama, but but than ail eu lltt'e lralnlo NnMnrorinnnnr ItKfiMtly ill minlsher, the rubaihal but Iraik In I'orle l,Jt lratle-- i Ky ,Hu , : ;ave y . f f !.,Oi a livexl. Jfoni in Kuglawl, lie camo to tl law IIIUI UfUlltyVI Inge .1 Topr s wb, county, orado, a;ainst all eastern catt'e, which with a i mile dssh for all ages, with seven year it uj) on Iwing otrt-rw-l as San Kraucitco umuaKer of the Unitl Stntei at an early aire, and no iutiv starters, when Pearl Jennings, the favorite, lancer la life uf l.S Is ten imxhjJi slow, la 1 It, (lit weeks or -- TOseems very icoli'hly tD include Kentucky. and child, and Bsonlht handling i Mr. lop- - says he ibowed a land tvas ever more ttKroit:hlv nn mother Nicaragua Kteamshlp line He had not of this csroe s s i loares the Mother In a J Mgalt fre.uently. He Is aUo a Hj is now ruonine his 'cold water" distil- Oaks in ahead, t,ord Clifton 2J and Derby oeeu in San Francisco more than ix months American Ilk heart was warm, hw intelll-gtdRi ondlllon highly fatora. Unit and hli rolls ilmul lurarlalily tliiw sa 3J, time 1.15. The Distillers' Stake, till, with his Usual good strong, his devotion j lus cou MotherSChild. ble lo luck, be was oleetod fill a contract he haa with western rrcorery, qualltle. lVrsoos within; tu breol will d ir j kuhis obllgaUoiw lery lo wonh $1,050 to the winner wss tbe evjnt of mayor of tho city. A famous mayor lie and liable to to eiamlne mr horse and colli rd faf ireImmotable To lose parties for 400 barrels of his very fine the day The Dr4 o- frlavllnt, conruliBi and eltewhere. II It a beautiful biueo, M'a ha '(I and was taken by Modesty over S wa, putting down with an iron hand gumb-lin- c such a man from among the Ihing mhiiu aa otheralarMina eymplouis high, t iplor iin ud m.if'e. UiJi i, i I rhi'kv. irreiwrabJ tnlafortune, and we bid him fuit-we- il houses and Sunday tlwatn-s- , urganiiing In, ,ili.l ti llDgrrlB' and tisll mm ,.t tilt) thr ,Si'ikii or M r Meser. Granville Cecil and J. If. starters, Murphy 2J, Trombadour 3d; dis puouc k;Huo1.s, muiuiiig school uoohs ami with aorrow 4lHfiil :l.ir. and ttarucst." ,i. Iu tin to iiNHi-- ii l.4llnu lull. I wit. Si:'u, ly woswlerlul etfioju-In my Jack, sale rf tance 2 miles, time 2.0$$. The third race aiding benuvoleut plans, Tle PriK-aattended McFfrran'Williams TranaMi ltd to this vntltlvt the 1 miles, was won by Malaria, time 1.5G IKiiut with pride t him to tuU day. MOIIIBMI i'KJlNI) to l trotting bred colts at Louisville. Messrs. RAILROAD AID QUESTION. At the age of 51 be returned to New York, raul.J it oa d the life The dash of a mile was taken by Freeman W. J. Bailee and Geo. Bonta went fishin? at given At (10 tit liiitirr, ilwl. Mr is srliiK millionaire. From that time on n 1 .101 J J- -. Tl. tituuu uaj iofgun Willi a already aiu that city till bis sudden death Th Lincoln I'euoty Court at In April term, j ur ... tolhr wi.rM y the ,ll- - brown will, lues, r r,xe an I a No. l Kree irrh.r'i ( Baker's mill Wednesday when Mr. Bsnta he lived l tnotun Ml i iverle by the Ki. t'iaap'-e'- l i k.be hr 1UiIbvhi s I ay: AM caught cat fish 32 inches lone, which dash of 1 1 1G miles, and was won by Van- from paialy.sU of tho.beart, May 1. Ho was 1S1. mad an orilr ubilttlB to the qualified Be sua. by Imp. Mtiuuiutti in ituimdu Knu tbe nature ot the Not railway, To'en of the eouHty, at an flection to t held la ,'e f.,r Iderti or eicapes t " weighed 1G J 11 o. Messrs. L B Fields. J. guard over the favorite, Jae PMlips, in engaged m msir-ileIt will with i u amsijip ana oilier eniei prife. Ulice Coin. the eeveral vollug prrrluctaof tbe ouoty.cn ! raw. r,u,l oi court ran enoii-i- ll IT,,,. loe w II .;. hikI fur . n re 152 The Rbin-o- n rv. wr for strike that i'di . W. Gutat and W. S Donion attended 'he minlore Vandrbil towed him wveml million rotri:t.i. Jlnu lOtli, 1?A thlu!)olBgiMe- n.i' )iil,b erllA,-- t a check for the principal tiOE i crwului tbUKMWN.r races at Lexington Tuesday. D. F. Dun olds, half mile, was won by Virgil D., Vic dollars. He wwandlBg the without " Whether I he rouoty of I.tarcla ehall Isiuc boudt Tbe purso was worth without the inUTest. A few days later Gar lap and his sifter, Miss Mary, have return- 2J in 50 minutes wrttor. rUon walkel into Vanderbilt'i oillce and to an amount dot eiteollof; twestyfire tbuuaaad SAFETY AND hunlrls ed from New Orleans. Mr. J. W. Yerkes $1,700 The third race was or the Pi oaix asked for the interest due. dollars on the crllt ami responsibility of the of turh teslloMwUls on -T- Owill be at home Friday from Hot Spring, Hotel Stakes, $2,275 net, 1 miles for 3 Bl, and n Mo'h r who "What will you do If you don't get itr whole touDly, to la acquiring title t It wilier hat one asked old Cornelius, with a griu. Oarrlton or the right of way nreraitriot land tbroiifh tbe SiiiTorliii; Wniiiaii ! eracalMb without It In The tire of trotters aul r. liters and tnnr was taken by Bierun, E. J. Isickerson tas returned year-oldn Ark. Dr. Favor and first, lati l.tttern than ay otlitr at once ch sej the door nu J Iwk'd It county oi Lincoln, beslnnlBj at sr neir Stanford her tlmeuf trouble 2 J, Troubid'iur 3, time 2:0Si. the foutb. from Hon In Kentucky, ,,! tuk tbe Tbe o: how you whet I'll do." he an or Klcbrnoed JutMtlon and rxtendtnj thence wm. "I'll Mile wrt of .Mtanf.irJ, dtre tly on th K A prominent phytlclau la'ely remarked to th handicap for all agea was won by Monocrat swered. Publish All Pardons and Official Acts of All winily by or near to lluitoiiTllle to the Casey mar, j at reprletor that Iflt were admntllileto mis a pub Llrk pike, and win I,, pwoitted to Officials. in 1:50, Slipiway 2J. But what be did do no mortal knows. county line, upon the general width of not more lie tbelpttoM we the Mothers Kileud Ibeextrciuely low price ol State and County would outsell anything on tbe mirkel. Neither of the two men would ever tell, but thaneeTenty-A- r gl'JO (licSeiiNint orliO (oltiNiire. feet, and mchaidltloaal groun-The next Legislature should psss a law PREACHLRSVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. at the end of ten minuted Garrison walked ai mar le ncclel for that purjteee a ad tuc h land at I mettearnfritly entreat rry fesnile eiteetlng firsts furatshrd at !t per month. Due car.- - w. wtll authorizs the Governor to pubthat out of the office with n chock for the full Stanford aa may ') needed for depot bulMlngi, to btconaned to use Mother's Krlend. Coupled taken to prertnt actidents or icspes, b it w. More of Katie Did's chhtter. b, i.'.l ny it, ,,r rot I rrn-'iwith iliUenlretty I wtll add that during a lon amcunt. lish hU petiiiocs and names of petitiocera machine bnt. round hujaei water nmn'r and olistetrical prxtU- - iforty-f-itt- r MerIn Stanford since our last to your pa Pfwuplli ii and I'., litre -- NnMiy Is a let i'i yeir) hare He married for liUwoondwife Miu Ran- auch other bnlkliBKa and atruiturea as uiay be uee er , ,, j, ., for pardons, at.d the pardons prantcd in tbe and two uue , known ll to fall W produce a uf and llrk with t'.ir In tMehi-sper we learned that we have hearty symni. dall, when he was 05 years old ami site U3. tut I hu h high, fine mst.e and tali, gaol, . li J. IIOLMKS. M li . toaaid ratlroa.1, and to permit the county In delltery, State piper at Frankfort, acd m the county thy Ho bettled fcWO.OOO on her. It is needless to baulirul k. .l Mh.1 n.lt. mrMllfrxi ikoiiU.. j .. i. Atiaau, in. in our indignation against tbe "bridge dljoie of nlil properly when w acquired M laid and IsIh lii fict. faultless la symmetry; and w. papers from which the petition comes, for at say thnt thoy lived very happily. Ilabroad Company upon such rononaVle ternti toll" on the part of citizens here who gener Send lor Trestlte oa "Health and llapplneu of gusrante thered'tn't lire asisllloa puteiitl ol Finally, Commodore Garrion could not and Id such manner a better dltputltlon, and these 'lualltlei b least one month prior to cranting tte same. Wotutn," malted lice. lara- ai to couipesiition at tatty cu-'- y made liberal donations bly Imparts lo bis progeny. man who As an erldeee thsr a red llBAttriKLD ItKartAToa Co., Attasta , Oa. It will prevent fraudulent names, cow, eo the ame, with the explicit to complete abldo a his hair m woremiddle. cravat or who be agrerd upeu by aald county, through Hi lie will produrs tery lut horses when croited i the understandine parted good mares Is the fact that aomcof his very speedsaid IUUroad Company, at permitosamonon petitions, and give the law and WE WILL STAND OUlt that it was to be a 'ree bridge. Also that iest rolls bar notblnt hut a Mr Waller dsm to ted by an Ait of the lierural Aieeubly (f Kn order claaes an oroirtimity to protect the recommend them. This nl Itself Is roaclmlr Tho Clilcago Uoar.l of Trade. the county court made the appropriation tucky, entitled 'An Act to authorial Ltscotn nrbol that thetpeetl comes from th sire. NoUr innocent and puuish tha guilty. Oa all Is Ihe sire of Nobby, Jr., record 27tL, told lo W county to raise uieney to rid In the comtructlon of $2,000 and granted the privilege of the Governor Lould give grantt-C Filr.ofUhlo.for tJ.000. Onnof bit colts trotpardons of n railroad through slid county,' approrcd May tl J$L mortgaeiPB the road for more to complete At our remises 1 mil from Turnersrllle at (tHl ted last aoasciii with very little hsndllcg In 2 1, 1S34" bis rniisoos in full for ttie renfi. of the waitirelbytlarrardlhlef the sire ol Hull to Insure a llvicg colt. n Now people who subscribed want to Tbe undrril jnel were appointed a committee by I Jj-- i; public good. And fcll Stte i ffi sm! h,JUi' j aoi'Kit. I'ukf.i hill',, MiiHbrino nippyCblelby iimi irook it. a. A' '), ArpI $; Uarrard Mawbrico the Court and directed lo hare the abort elate! a l,cr o( the bat-in- e- know if masonry was done on contract for Chin, tlreof lady Thorn. Woodford Man. b ri'iril t0 I"l'''u action of the Court published far th Information 1 200 and the bridge brlQo2'.l,aBd sereral others In the IN Hit, 1st put up for $1 COO on if their oKce every quarter in the of the voter. f tho comity, and we lure adopted dim by r'iaiik,id dam byAralas, 3d dim by contrac, what becime of the individual It h damby Iiiounle, Nobby's dam a Inn method of rcrfsrrulnf that duty. State paptr. All county judgea should be thArouglibred mate, said tub by Imp Tranly. subscriptions of eeveral hundred dollart? I'artlUK with mares shall forfeit llieliiitirsof J. Dliin, required to publi-- h in some paper in his The fine Imported Norman stallion will make the ) in W. P.Griirei subscribed $150 and various Tiios. W. Varkow, IContoilttte. season or V. J.. f'KOir, nt the staiil or .1. .M. wrty, at, "rink ll cases. county the order and proceedings of his April 10. COttago," I '.miles from Staufjrd, J. N. J Hlantord.Ky I will alto stand a FINE YOUNti JAClw that mnnihlr. The Court of Ciatms of other various amounts Csn notour rmm will I periultte.1 toserreafwgood mares at f. ' l 8t,"aeT mnt the mailer up lie Want a Lady AT f?15 THE Hi;ASO, and p aca a to Insure. 'I his Jack will US years old th Tiber ech county ahoutd be required to publish Of intelligence to take permanent, sole "sl-for on the a ibjtet before the Seplrmber, Isfully I. bsndi high. He was sired OatJiTO I.si' nKi Colt, nroceedings at each sitting, all State I ''de.r by thejsck thit wai told by V. l Caldwell ftr .. our ood used In crery family la this place. '' vuciucoi r .. t. in. .i,l. t'hampo Is a dark gray, 17' i hands high, weighs f 1, 100 ami was taken lo California. He Is a half w.isnueeiion. at lent. by State ctucial to be pain oy the Mot i: lurnlibeJ by in without InrestineBt. Kef I.6D0 Hounds mi'ters Is 6 rears i Id the --"Jill of Mar brother ol the 1,109 piund Jack owned by Mr. I'ey. and desires all the light ttm cm be brought lo erencrs indltpentiblo. J. D. Ui'Lltro Co., Culogo, next. He Is of fine style and artlon, good In tbo too Embree. ilMf) C. L. C. S'.ti, U county reports to be paid by the bear. HWmMUIffllVB lelns, woll ribbed and largo with well.thap. Illinois. --i cauaiy. ed shoulders; head and nwk well set on. He wss Grant's Cancer and Clover Tea lmorted by (I. W. blubbl'deld A Co., of Better than She Expected. THE OLD BCILDI.VO. Tnn Bu'ldlne ami Loan Asoociatioa of III.. 6ptemlier II, ISSi V"ben after Wn lire the ehamlwr ot com ' Your letter recetrsd. In reply I am happy to The cure of Gen. Grant ie attributed hv r We will also stsnd at the simo place our fine the rupervlaion of Ctpf. Kichmond, Senator Stanford to the use of clover ten morco of the old building of tbe board ot say that Parker's Hair Datum did much more for young Jack, irnuo oi t. iiiougo was imut . did not Beem me than you said It would rr than t expected. J. Spe'dSuith has vramplishfd a won- which he has beeii taking for the past tl ree poHlbl tbat tb niiiilroments of biiIuf-,-s My hair has not only stopped falling out, but tbe derful ucceis oircs its orginizttion, a lit- or four weeks. Among the numerou. let- would for gi neiutloiis outgrow Its capacity. bald spots aro all corered and all tuy hair has over one year ago. It has accumulated At 810 for is tle foil. Boston Is a beau ters received by Mrs Grant suggesting va- As on- - hit nUug sbows it Is a biilidlnircred grtwn thicker and more lively than It was before tlful black, 14? I.lvlntrnigh; was foaled November hands ital lo t tl city an I equalled in Mzo bv but my slckneisa year ego " Tbaok you again and 10, 1879, and Is by West End, he br Warrior, bis Slreof Emma Manley.Bob Pate, Florentine, Dou t a fund of over $10,000, the greater part of rious remedies, clover tea waa urged bv the fuw ot tbe uxi'liangen ot the Ac, Ac, will make tneseaionof ISiial my stabltt whirl, haa been contributed by men of world, yet It bn.s again." Extract from letters of Mr. It. W. T. dam by Jim Porter, first dam Shoo My, by a near rjtanlord, Ky., Warrior Jack. clerke, laborers and others majority 0f writers, and this so influenced long hIiku baen but craiii)xsl quartern for the West Sid street, New York. I at rea'onable email mean?, rates, but will Pasture furnish" her that he ficallv insisted on giving it a business of the Chicago exchange. oot lio responsible for accidents sbo Id any occur. AT TWENTY DOLLARS. who wiH to Have out of their limited acPositive Cure for Piles. ,11'& lVAICKKlKKI). trial at one. The doctors f aid they had St. Martin It ooe ol the moit distinguished sons quirement. Ml this sum is loaned out at no objection, To the people of this county we would say that of Imp Phaeton, winning good rarts orer go)i althouah they had no faith weharetcoaglren tho agency ol Dr. Marchlst'n a good rale of Interest and is protee'ed by in it horses at all distances, and a few of bis colts on whatever. However, they gave it a Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed the turf In 1391 were all seen at tba front. Hit first clasa eecurittei". In connection with aon, Doubt, was one ol tbe best ol to cure or mouey refunded Internal, External, inai mr ooe weeK or ten days and then HI -Martin I. Ik. M.i.r.i ijniui a luoroilgc- " hi. k... I hare concluded this the association has in course of con dropped it. Mrs Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price JJ cents to Tbls fins young saddlo ttslllon innri-- i Ktlinlnw bred hcrse. slundlDg orer 16' bands high, splen- Grant and the family, lslterre a limited uumberul ceirly a dozen buildings in tbe struction, a box, No cure, no pay. Tenny A McAllster, price of as n lllilli and combine uiuii ,iuiuih,m,ii, aiou nowever, continued to give it lo the G.n Druggists. the best blood of Eqaland and America. Br city. It haa proved o( inestimable bene eral Phaeton, first dam Tokay, by Imp. Yorkshire:Imr. without the knowledge of the doctors second dam Mist Martin, by Harrison's Zlnginer, Daughters, Wires and Mothers. the town, and we trust will continue and have fit to kept it up ever eince. His iu. Which money I will expend nn his education after (son of Hlr Arch)), third dam (iabrleila by Hlr Herald. Stanford Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl'a Richmond to prosper. the teuton Isorer by placing Mm In the liaudtof Archr: fiiurlb dam Cslrnin. I,r IUI.i. nm, .1... provenient was noticeable from the day he a female remedy, to cure Fenial Diseassome good tsddlo borso mati, only to steady lilm (iiaiil oi lontenllinl hr linn Ilur- - li.n. .i..h got a charter for auch an inititution and began to es, such as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and In hit gaits, for he has them naturally. I expect damSymcs' Wlldali; sereiuli dam I'lcadillr, br take it. Senator Stanford had a Macklln'a Feranaughtj eighth dam (Udof-nhlto let the matter drop entirely before effect friend named Bishop, Ulceration, Falling and dliplacemint or bearing oldexhibit lilra at tbe Fairs, till! Edge Is 3 rears Ball A ninth dam by Imp. who some years ago this Spring, dark bay or brown. Hoblnob; hands dam by down feeling, Irrrgalarlttles, Barrenness, Change ing anorgin'zillon. Imp. Jolly Hanger; eleventh dam by tsnth Valiant; igu bhu a periect mouni in lorin. lie was tired Imp. had cancer break out in threo different by one of tho noted old Denmark f.unllr. Lerl twelfth dam by Tryoll. Thin It Is seen that his i asked to U ue bonds far of Life, Leucorrhuca, besides many weaknesses Tbe count j nibble's On Time: 111 dam br una nl thn urnm lest tilond Is enriched from ttiosaina fountain that was places on his fsce and ceck. The best springing from tho above, like Headache, Illout-inhorse, crerknonuln nuy tountry, Cabbie's Old Lexington, the groat raro horse and greatest of $100,030 to beu 5 par cent, interest, payaSpinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous de- Lexington, n horto that has taken morn premium aires, and Oiencoe. Yorkshlr mid I'liaeton re- in the country treated him but fail (o us the Kv. to fvcure ble bility, ralpltatlon of tba Heart, Ac. For sale by than and got morn good horses than any known inuiiu in mo uiri nittories. i imro put Ins ei to do him any good. Finally an old horse, at the low rlgurits to oblige my filemls trn Union Riilw.y, and eome people say "it doctcr druggist. Prices 31 and 81 SO per bottle. Seed should any horseman will lellrous.i. t'lrr-fiir- n neighbors and lo justify brooders nt h distancearil of Jersey City remembered clover l tbetn two famlllee but lit the slruin li to Dr. Manblsl, Utlca, N. Y., for paiupbiet, free. the poor " Many who ue will opprea Young Bondlug lo him, and would taken Tew good luures tunuonii. Ills il dam was by tea as a purifier of the Hood and possible on tho shares I will also stand at the tame nl 9 I'orsalo by Penny A McAllster, Drujglns. America. Undo 1'oiir tlcutrr ursbe was tbe this argument aa a plea for oppoelcg tbe breeder that ercntoid In Boylo county. Third toy combined lior.e, rerreJy for dam by Taylor's Messenger. His Loss was Her Cain. tx, have money to loan at SJper cent, in tried it and caccerous diseases. Bishop eoon became a cured man "Will, UiCu'Hu," said a fuiblonsl Ie physician to terett psyable quarterly injadvance. Such Stanford eays that Gen. Grant told him r wealthy lady patient, if ycu doa't like my make the barroweru poor, 'jut the favon And my Norman horse, This fino young Jack will nlo make the season perhaps you had better try Parkei's Kenluckian. that at three dlfftrent times ho would have lender "can't ate It aris stable, ono Tonic or somo other quack stud'." "You don't bflSMnt my llle plko, at mile from Stanford on died had not the doctors been preeent o re Iho Huston. mean It, Doctor," she answered, but your adrlce The averace maple "tigat crop of er- - vive him with stimulants. Stanford him tftt-rJTr- l"may bsg od fur all that, iometlm what you $3 to Inauro a Llvins Colt. mont.ia in tbe ne'ghborhood of twelve mil pelf vas prtsrnt at one time when Grant .e ijj.I.J.50 TO IXSUKE. call Suack stuff Is (be best and nost tclentldc Etero Walker It a brown with while points, 16 lian,pb"und8, but thia year it will exceed was unconscious for five minute, and at TTIB VUH OIIICAOO DOAKJ OF TllADH I1VII.D- - lucdftlne, cficrnll." .She pit a lottleot Parker's uauus mdu, i years uiu aim said uy g'xxi jack that' amount. The Green Mountain State another time when he nearly strangled to orlslng Tonle and cured one of the tlni-sboned Jacks in death. "He certainly has made some very THE REV.UbU, U.TIIAYCU, of Bourbon. Ind disardtrtd it stomaoit her i f neuralgiaShe lold from men tobeHas actloat like n horse, quick and i. en. sure. nnd nerros. btr tucky, of tbe miple sug- oIcBjcalli," said produces about says.- - "Both mrself and wife owe our Htm to KM. you pairotil as we will prowls not to ilutalu thCffl!b?edaKlf",,,," yMr"US Smator Slanftrd If thoy all keep u dtcler at home in you long on the ,lck' nocouut. loh'a Contutnptlou Cure.'1 Foraale by Penny A friend and sow with Seuator Stanford. . ii. ii.inaiui.tx, ar otthe country. tbo form of Pmker's Tonle. .ULAIIIIir. k. a it. m'tl ttauftrd.Ky. Jne. ''on n. Tlio Lnto Commodore Gnrrlson. With thetlMtli of the man Viliote poitrnit a givon nbove, n famous and eventful llfo He was ouo of New York city's lwt tuown citizens, ono of the old typo of business men wbo gavo her llnanclal niul commercial renown. Ho was fcoiuew hat such n jhnrncter ns old Coiuiuodoro Vnudorbilt, nud .(uuuiuh. uis weaiiu in similar marine and Ivor enterprises. He wa, howevor, n man it more genial, kindly nature than tha othor Cornelius. Commodore Qnrrwon was of gouuino old Knickerbocker blood. Ho was bora nenr West Point, March 1, ISC.). Thoro were five orothers in tho fnmlly, one older and three younger than Cornelius, All portwaieil alike splendid physical frame and at l one, clear trains It Is that all become nllllimnln". Tbe other four brotliera Ik-u- Tho new building which was but recent I v dedlrnted is undoubtettly the fineat ruiunir cial excliang. in tho coiintrv. It was built nlmost entirely of granite and iii.n nt a of Jl.fttW.tWU. Th. height of tlio tower is feet nU)ve tho street. It is tlpiwd witlir weather vano In tho sbajw of a c choonor 9 foct long. Tho inniu hall In tin interior, llko tho exterior of tho building, i decepHvo as reganls size, owing to tho iiw Blvcneas of its proportloasj this hnll is 105 h) 1 13 feet nnd 80 feet high. Across tbe 1ml' a tho south end Is n public gallery that w 11 nccotumodnte 300 ipectators. It would U Imposdble, In n llmitod nrtlcle, to give nnj ndpsjuato idea of tho grandeur of tho strut' ture itnelf, nor can nny judgment lie forme fnui a flrt siKht of tlie UUkling. Like tin Brooklyn bridge, Its imiinr.!-itgrows ti you nt each repented tsit. And tU-- then lias grown around the cite occupfed lv tbi iKKinl of trade building a group p of tlmt pre etit ouo formlii g lA rontritst any conception of the vastiiert o" tho center bulldlnc. ct Aim YOU MADIt MISEtlABbi: by InJIgei lion, CunttljMUoi, M'.ilnm, Io of ApptlU Yellow Mklo.' Hhlloli' YltalUr li n 'xxltlr ere. Igrmleliy Penny A M'.IMr . THE COMI11.VKD STALLION, SECONDJEWEL :' i full-riggo- - ltn a . v n rOIt il-li- PRIVATELY! - ton-sto- "sky-scrniwr- i .. .." j-- Masonlieiincr's Rcstnurnut CouaT-HouJK ilia-lia- ''ot AL ON TIME l.t s ni ti MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD, and Propr 1 A-- ' SX CxN X ' Abdalluli Glenco! 4 ld -- MOTHER'S s r FRIEND i--in. n. " 1 "iiXWXtfUt. M.r': iur i"l ! -- i t) i flrtt-rlts- 1 1 t-- le-t- - il-- p Motlicrhood , - .ui.j. HOPE rct y I HoTd 1 M'EJlroy n, t. cou-tant- ly ,... Airf-tiritit- JOY s, ul HOjBBX i t rr tQ it 1 s I ! 1 1 d .4a j. CXXAIHPO IS-- Zl; ! uw MK-itrx- iW ..... -- y ..I 1 3B&- bo-l- Uloom-lm:to- n, Stallions for 1885. BOSTON! ST, MARTIWT- t GILTEDGE! lii ...'..."'.. n; phy-alcia- hemi-annuall- jkCSWtA g, sir-ric- l.t aMiH T Mt STEVE WALKER! PHIL SHERIDAN, t nJrns'lllyarty one-tblr- nt j, j, r.itiiis. (- -.