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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1885 sem1885051201 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. mtm Hertli ftiteftof onfn & VOL. XIV. Stmi-MccHuinicriorou- nm H4! NO. 20l STANFORD, ICY., TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1885. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Queen Emm, of the Sandwich Wand, died at Ilonolilla April 2V,h. An Entertaining1 and Instructive So rubltulnul TucMtlav riitif rrttlitVH Snow to the depth of nearly three rial Story, inches fell at Chardon, Oalo, Saturday. a.O() X331l ANNUM -Patrick Jlsrlner, n ha When paid strictly In adranco. 11 w hare to' been sentenced to bo hanged at Cinslnnati, Written Expressly for tho Interior Jourwait anT time. SJ.no will In chsuoJ. nal. September !. Gen. Jaa. V. Usblson, at n meeting of W. P. WALTON. BY MISS MILDRED LEWIS. Director of the Kentucky Hiring Arao-- i oiation, wiia unanimously re elected Presi-Iden- t. "Far frott the tuvJlenlDg crowd's Iguoble strife." TO THE DEMOCRACY OF LINCOLN. The Senatorial District Committee hav ing fixed Saturday, May 10tht between the hours of 2 and 1 r M , for the holding of precinct meetings to ascertain the choice of the people between tho oindidaten for the Senate, I hereby call your attention to the matter and state tho manner of pro- cedure. The precinct meeting shall be called to order and presided over by the County Canioiilteemsu of that precinct, if present, if not, the uuetlng shall orginiie by electing iu own chairman and secretary. Then the supporters of each candidate present shall be counted and the mndldale rtcelr- .mi lli ....,..., aVi.11 h. Antttljul trt ilia Jtn - - w v..u ,uv nifttrtvllv ..- -.. " ..M tire vote of the precinct. .Delegates shall tbn be appointed and the Secretary shall certify their names to the convention, which meets in Rianford May I'M at 1 o'clock. Eich precinct shall be entitled to one vote for each CO votes cast ttcrein for Got. Knott at the August election 1S83 and one for every fraction over 25. Pro tided, that in any cueevry precinct shall be entitled to at least one vote, if such precinct cist as many as 5 votes. Under tbis arrange ment Crab Orchard shall be eutitled to 1 vote; Walnut Flat to 2; Stanford to 11; Highland to 1; Waynes-burto 3; Turnenville to 3 and Huston-vilt- e to 5. It Is further suggested that in the selection of the chairman and secretary that a supporter of each candidate be chosen. Urging that there bs a general turning out kuon out of the jurty and t hat nu democrats b, counted, I am rspse (fully, J. E. Lynn, Com. By W. P. W.lton.Secy. .g THE BROTHERS. In tho outskirts of Harrodsburg, j wimniAiiii rroirMom. pike leading to Dinvllle, there mod to For all kin Jso'f general Lumber, c, builders and others can not 9nd a better tuaiket to stand a frame house, with hUh, small lull tbcniselrcs. Our motto Is "Mool Material windows and low pDrcb; a yard inclosed by lor llrainnable Rates." FoitoiSce addrcis. Halle Oap, Ky. a pailing, an orchard stretching bick, not a pietty place by any means; although floweis bloomed abundantly in the front DKALKB IX yard and vines climbed about the pornh. Farming Implement, Twine Binder, Reapert, The house sadly needed paint and repair; Moveri, Dmietiie Sevrinj Machine, Ae ,alto the fences were dropping down; the Buggia, Carriages Phaeton and Tennewe shabby di'gracr; everywere a Farm and Spring Wagon. thing seemed to need looking after. Strangers passing, said a lazy man lived Call and examine my stock and get prices before buying sliewhere. I "III giro you a good barthere, nnd a woman of uncommonly fine gain. Office at W. II. IIURlns' Ware Rooms on Main street. taste. Bjt friends of the family, looked at it sadly and said, "What a pity that such a " - """ " " Minister Resident and Consul General to man should be consigned to poverty, when Harti, is a colored man, a native of Brook- his talents would adorn wealth and make UXEKCISEs him the center of distinguished circles." lyn and a graduate of Ysle. So they would, and in his present condiCollege. Thcju.-yi- n the Tom Crittenden case for killing a negro in cold blood were dis- - tion, without a profession, or any other Commoncomont Sormon, Sunday, charged, standing 10 for aoiuitlal and 2 for suitable means of support, that was all for May 31st, which Ustaco Graham was fitted. Puthlm CHAPTER II. the penitentiary. It is generally thought AT HOME. among friends, let him lose his habitual At II x. M. at Opera Home ought to be hung. he "Dear Brutus It Is not in our stars, Tho special election for State Senator reserve, and Dr. Johnson was not more MY REV. S. MoELUOX. Bat In oarietTes." Shakespeare. winning in conversation or more thoroughIn the Thirty-fourtIllinois district, to fill It was a pretty little cottage to which ly versed in the varioui departments of T"?,C7 "I""1 bjr J"!h .re'U'led l a learning. Xj Bush or Sheridan, Garrich, the widow and her two bays went, about Annual Concert, Monday Night, June urpuuucan victory, inn gives iogan iim half a mile from the city and in view of 1st, S P. M. or Boswell hung on his words, but the elito votes enough to elect him. the steeples and spires. of the neighborhood recognized his talents At Harrodsburg, the jury sentenced The house was entirely modern, of a Harry McAfee to eight years iu the peni- and paid him the most respectful deference buff color with red roof and gabled win- Regular Commencement Exercises, tentiary for killing John Claybourn last and attention. Tuesday, June 2d, a r. id. dows. A small, clean yard, full of shade Straugers solicited his acquaintance. Ostorber. The grand jury also indicted trees, everything in the best order. SALLIE C. TRUEHEART, Principal. Policeman Joo train for murder in killing His plain room, which would have been Henry felt that he must take his place as shabby, but for the hand that trains! tho Jake Donahue Inst week. the head of the family. Elward was not The President has Appointed Geo. V. flowers and left its impreu there, was often able to give him much assistance, but was filled with men who came for the privilege N. Lotbrop, of Michigan, to succeed Minexceedingly anxious to help hia brother in of hearing bim talk. ister Taft at the Court of S'. Petersburg. Thoroughly at home with the Academi- every way, Mr. Lothrop is GO years of aze. and has Never did neathun lcok on his stone E. H. BURNSIDE, ", cian or Peripatetic philosophers and in been prominently identified with the legal gods with more worshipful of affection every field of hcIcdcj and letters, he was a profession. His residence is at Dstrott. HORSEMEN AND HORSES. than Elward on his elder and stronger This Old Woll - Known has just been made public that Mum helplet: bibe on a farm. Riiscd In wealth brother. In his eyes Henry couldn't do It Hotol Still Maintains ito Bra Fancier. n Sillie Keber, a opera singer, and indolence, without a profession, his wrong. Everything belonging to him was High E khorn, 1 J yrsol.l y Australian, dam who died near Jersey City in February, had youth spent iu study and travel, middle as if set apart and sanctified. He followed AND -- iIJ at Crab E.khorna, by Lsiingvou. been the mistress of Jas. D. Fish, the de- age found him poor, an invalid frjm spi- him everywhere he went and seemed alProprietor is Determined that Iti Orchard, III., for $1,000. faulting President of the Marine Bank, and nal utlectlon, with worrying creditors and ways to think of him before himself. it Shall be Second to no Country Wonderment, Ten Haker, Pearl Jen- that in giving birth to a child she lost who almired and pitied Hotel in the State in its Faro, her a host of friends He was like a little girl about the house nings and Favor were the winuers of the own life. Appointments, or Attenbut did not help. helping bis mother in all of her duties; tion to Comfort of -- In the year of 1777 Lexington races Saturday. He was singularly beloved, unlike the considerable inter- . , boyish way which their Guests, 111 . iquj, i.ainiion,Koiu i wet-nearly resembled, lie comforting her in his e()l wa jjnn manifested in an announcement brilliant man he so was a very gentle way too doing the ooessdJlegeldiag for $582; one combined six stores had been completed iu wis gentle and modest. He was never nlllbe eonreyed to and from the de choies and miking himself generally use Baisrafe chars;. Special accommodations free or for $ 100; one for $.100 and one for .delphia. The annual product of the stove known to tell man "you don't see your to Commercial Traielers. The Bar irlll ful, bjt eo quiet. always sap pi ted with the choicest j foundries in that city is now valued at $1,- -'way through the question," or "you don't brands of Liquors and Clears. There was always an atmosphere of qui Harry Glllmore, of Versailles, sold to 000,000, and the Industry supports about know what you're Hiking about, sir," but etness about Elwird. His face with the Mr Withers, Hopklnsville, a yearling by 000 people. in his dispoiltioti more resembled the brooding, introspective eyes seemed never Simmons, dam by Flying Hialoga, for HI. The resignation of Mr. B. K.Bruce, teacher of the Athenian youth. rutTled, the voice so soft and low, the light Mrs. Graham was a brave, sensible the colored Register of the Treaiury, wis step; he carried that quiet air with him R. C. Pate's tleet gelding, Ascender, not unexpected. Mr. Bruce has that woman, devoted to her husband and chilEast everywhere. by Imp. Buckdon, dam Ascension. !r Aus- dreadful malady, Bright' disease of the dren. She never frettel when rerarses FOB .ou are apt to overlook very quiet peotralian, has broksn down at Nashville, kidneys, and will end his days in Switzer- cime, but as much as was puiible took undisturbed in corners, or Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. which destroys his chances for the Lulls, land. He has made an efficient official, Into her own hands the minigement of ple, leave them wedge them of! the Beat. People are usuIV cook broke aod is an honor to his r.e. Mr. Bruce affiirs, trusting that when her two dots vile Mircbinti makes The. only line running ally so naif assertive that it's quite refreshdown alsr and wis oM Tir $200 . will most likely be succeeded br ex C n- - grew up times would be better. ba imposed PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0AR8 At tti nle Orinrllle Cctl. of grejunian Dox, of Alabama. fifteen, ing to meet with one who can Henry, the eldest, was Nectir, I years old, by Nutwood, with impunity. Diarllle, biujht The democrats in Virginia scored n and gave promise of a nobla and useful on dim dilates, fir ISO, sal Niuturs, 2 years old, Bat people never seemed to feel In this victory Saturday in the decision of the Su- minhood. A handsome boy, his mother tar IWV V. K. by Na! wt..l vn Sari way towards Elward. Little Miss Panks, FB0M bought Oreuadlne. 3 preme Court of Appeals affirming the contranslated in the masculine gender; dark, a loriter UsarlllUn, yetrioll, by t'rlnssn, diiu Flsrsnts, 1310, aud stitutionality of the ideation law pissed at spirkliug eyes that held yours like a mag- a neighbor, expressed it when she said, "I Louisville, Cincinnati nnd liOx-lugtoKy., lljirhaund, '2 ysirs M, IMJ. Lucat DcoJhenl, the last session of the Legislature. This net and made you feel that they saw more can always feel Elward Graham's presence thscouifxletilsn I tlurougtily gsnt einsnlj scent places the if I'de never seca him, I'de know it all the control of the entire election than other eyes; not pleasant eyes in anger al Woodburn, bought lljlletro, 2 yesrs old, by same; he seems like a put of ono'd self lMtKsM, iIjw IWIe.forJUJ. i'.is UlU tt prle d machinery of tho State in tho hands of the or Bcorn, but spirkling inmirth and mild yojogtter wss rrojrut, by I'snoist, who brought democrats, and has been resisted bv the te enough when tire wind didn't "set east;" a that one doesn't see often, and yet likes to Connecting in same depot with fast tralni !o eahlbt. paMc,nsi on tho ground that it was con-ii- broad forehead with dark hair, a thiu, firm, be reminded of and toll it' at hone revly D.f)-- i Upiuuite K. i,on. mils trot In i a;4, lit iaarter, ( Jl'-i- . tlon ol . , , ,. to be entertained." .lqairterO.l. Sir. iMriey declUed in offer uf tini; iu iuc iuuv.iJii:a ui inu government but pleasant mouth, a finely proportioned hlsdsys were one ince- eAs f jr to Lynchburg, D&a SlOOvfor htm. WIUIbs, l.r (iso. Wilkes, dsm Judro Milton .1. Dirham, Kentucky's fisure. vou have him. a very liandsoma sint roun I of toil, his nuhta were divided The Direct Routo Norfolk, There ville. I.ty rstchsH, srtd for f.'.WO. Tho slock Mid First Controller of the Treasury, is a mar and very winsome boy. not an angel, but between aiuly an I alaip. A bo)k always gMs to mtny illliirmt State. He ttlso good enough and with a dash of eome-thin- went with him l tho fild and when he All Virginia and North Ccvrolint. The running at LxihUhi Ins beea so remsiks- - vel to the Washington officials y Irrvgulir that a ullnfictury twiicluslon Is truly astonished tlu hotel olerka Points. He is up most which doesn't sivor cf arph wings stopped to rttt in the shade of some tree , Tor tickets and limber Information, apply oirj IONIIH. i uiu a mucin i:u-iiinr- - uir rnings oet ro .: six o clock, takes ids your nearest ticket office, or addrei titnu leiding. In time the father and mother saw the he spent the stD.mlloaadiiasrter.Ze, wbtcli as much Mie W. J. Ueso, W. K. AltNOLI). Thti hope of a classical oducitiou could lest lrlariusnei) of the two. llut then the track brrakfMtandnends ofT his private corre- - promise of future greatness. "He will Adiertlstng Agt., Ticket and Pats. Act. Hool.tr gate Illersan a bst- - ip)ndence before eight, and gels in an v .11 (sit Tben Tn 225 Fourth Ave, LoutsTllio, K bring back tho glory which our families no longer b indulge I. He mu6t acquire O. VF. SMITH, II. W. FlILLKII. Id .it the saruM dlstines ia I'lO'.j track heary. hour'a work at the Treasury beforo the have lost, wife." said tho invalid, "he has as much learning s porslble without a Uon'l Fau'r Ag'i Uon'l Manager, Joo Cotton, tulle In 1.12; taken all Id all was a clerks nrrive. Btchtuond. VirslsU. He likes to clear out the the intellect of tha Grahams and spirit and teacber, then take up a profession. But Lnrai kk lliatt atlllaAv sil lliak aJn 11 ""'"wood whilo it is quiet and before e Uooker's, and ciual to thai; uud Te'n Hookr's will of the Thorntons, ho will bo the atay the regret which his inability to employ begins, lie naa of our declining yenrs and shed luetre on masters earned him can only be rcaliz d by OHIO & MISSISSIPPI f). W. and eighth In liiJ was gooJ, but ho only tie and ruih of visitor carried 91 ioiid1i and he Is a great hors, If alter already nhakeii up hit department from an Icsplring mind, which hts fritted utdir our white hairs. ' wiu tuecen(re to circumference and there is rumdngthetworateisoresentlyhecin no The Direct F.oute to boy make such progress like restraint?. , "I never saw a Derby. Of the foregoing wo like Joe Cotton's ,oner n an off It is his in his studies. He has the power ot rapid Often in his boyish visions the rafters of S" with Freeman for 3d. llut of the chant, beit. honn that hate been beaten t muit be true that purpose to dispense with all unnecesiary lr Braining, nnd mastering a eubject, of his little room which were so near his bead, aoaie were not iutto up to thtlr lorm and sro dan- -, force, and he haa already recommended a adapting forms and methoJs, which I bavo expanded into a magnificent ra'acc; he saw Northwest and Southwest by the way of g roui, while ot tlioie that huro ipt started, pooi reduction wheic parties vere put in to never seen in one of his age, no fear for uplifted faces aud heard the plsu lits of aa reports arc plentiful, but nothing can be positive- please political influences and have really him; he will succeed, but Edward" LOUIS VILI.TE or CINCINNATI. admiring crowd. ly kuown. S taken all together wo think Joe be what I wish?" he and Freeman will be the placid nothing to do. A lady clerk brought a Cotton, Irish Pat "Why should I not He sighed involuntarily na he glanced at Lcarlns Chattanooga tor honeilu the order named, with Olerson, Ten member of Congress to him a few days ago, his younger aon, at that moment lying on questioned himself as he tried to still the MtT1nn;nn lSTllle and Clnclnnail make i onnection at those points with the Light direct Uookerand Doubt dote up, Tho latter, If he and proudly presented him as her backer the porch floor, leaning on his elbow, ono beating of his tumultuous heart. "The nlng Cxpross on the Ohio & Mississippi for tit comes up to his form, we llko at well as any horn. or "influence." The Judge aaid to her po- hand supporting his flaxen curly head, an- highest places In life have been honored Louts and all points West. It Llnle Dwyer keepi her form the Oaks ts at her from Loulsrllle "If your work ia other holding an open book, his blue eja by men handicapped on eyery side by op- IA TTMiT.n Onlyto St. Louis, beingor Clncln-Imercy, and the same may be said of Modesty, In litely, but pointedly: two hours HUIUo natt quicker than any other linn, givlug our passengers well deno you need no other influence with ths Merchants. position. I will euccecc! I will! I will!" lime lor meais ana nrst cnoico oi soais in trains on the distant sky. me. That will show for itself." All "A second edition of myself, wife, a The lips set themselves in a tense line. going West. The Boston Globe Bays: "President Cleve To Omaha and be- who have visited Washington of keep me downl poverty, 12 Hours Quicker than by any land was elected by nearly five millions of late speak ot J udge Durnatn'ri kmdnees and dreamer. This world isn't a good place "Nothing shall Ino going by way uf Chicago. maliceoroppialtloi!'' democrats, and we firmly believe that he polite attention to them. The distinguish- for dreamers." to de continued in our next "Let him dream, now," said the mother, understands and appreciate that fact. ed compliment paid him by the Administration baa not spoiled him in the slight- "action cornea later, our duty is to see that SF.NTIMENT. "And They expect him to give the country a est. TOO SLEEPY FOR Always makes He's he's prepared for It when it cornea. clean and honest administration, and he now bs I am about to press my good night Making it Easy For His Employer too delicate to be pushed like Henry, there Timo Con evidently means to do just that, nothing kisa on your aweet lips, I went to tell you A merchant went to his head clerk and is time enough." more, nothing lwa. The democratic party that this is the happiest moment of my With all Lines at "You're partial to hliu," slid the hua desired him to move slowly in the mattrr said: "John, I owe about $10,000, and all life," guishlngly reumked the Le Avela $1,002, which is locked up in band with a amile, for he knew that 'twas St. Louis and Intermediate Points. of changes, ai they have had no wieh for a I pessess nue dud, as he stood in Judy's doorway revolution or violent shocks which would the safe. I am thinking that this is the tbereiemblance to bimeelf which caused holding fiat the hands of Mi-- Lulu at two No NoOiiinlltusTruuey disttul) and alarm tho busine&i men of the right time to make an usaigninent.but what it, "but as you siy, there's time enough o'clock lh:a morning. ferH! country. Consequently the party has been plausible pretext I can give my creditors I with n mother like you to look after him, "And mme too," murmured Lulu, as she Connections mado In Union Depot, HI. TjmiIji. patient and willing to allow time for a know not. You hav plen'y of brains direct his cour-i- and encourage him. If suppressed yan with tralmof lines going Weit, Northwest and think tho matter over and Ul me know I bad had such a mother I would not have Houthwett thorough exsminalion of details and a "Your words till nu with deligh'; 'tis II you are KOlng West to any volnt, call on or mastery of all tho iirsti"iJtj affecting the your decision in the morning" The cletk led such a useless life." your trusting loe tnat promp's you to ut- wruu iu uio uouitraiguea. took tho promised to do so. O i cntern g tl o office For full aud reliable information In regard to At tho age of fifteen Henry Administration." ter them, is it not, darlini?'' Land, Ao., In the Western Htatrs, Isp. UulJei next morning the merchant found the safe management of the place into hia own and lowest special rates tor Tickets and Household that." "No, not Uoois to all points Wost call on or address Itcsn not b denied that a whipping open, the $1,000 gone, and in their plico hands. Under his care things assumed a "What ia it iheu, sweet, that makes this . H. AIOP, - training favor with tha people. a letter which rend as follows; "I bavo more tbrlftful aspect, the creditors were I'aiteojer Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Kathray, post law tho happiest moment of your lift?" Harrodibitnc, Ky "The fact thut yon are goin and I cau It i' L'loii law, ar.d petly thieves and taken the $1,000 and gene to Canada. It is encouraged to wait a little longer, hope beW. W. PEABODY, W. B. 8IIATTUC, lyn PreVt nnd Oen'l Man'gr, Oen'l Pau. Agt, wife beaters are none loo good !o feel the the best exctiee you can give your credit- gan to dawn in the heart of bn mother go to bed. I'm awful C. W. l'AUIS, Central rasieoger Agent, Times. ors." Cleveland Sentinel. forco of jt fGla-goTuna. Cincinnati, Ohio. and father. . E. O. Q raven, Assistant Treasurer of tho United Slates, ha been appointed Chief of tho Jlureou of Engraving and Printing. Albert Jones, a noted nero deiparado WM 'enl t0 tllH penitentiary from Komprnet (at "hooting Hill Miller, of tor lwo .Danville -isou vuuoujjo, me two rcueia who started the firo which btirnel Colon, were hsng-- d atnldst the ruins of that city Wednesday. Postmaster Qenrr.il Vilas has notified members of Congress that they must determine the postmasters of the fourth clan for their respective districts. . . , ' -- Oray. on the ?" iimui ,,,,, fi-- out-hous- ... ' As the Invalid's chair wan wheeled out of doors tha,t he might have the benefit cf the air and sunshine, tho pile, thin face which leaned against its cushions and walched the boy as he went bravely about his duties would cloud over with regret. "I should have done as he is doing, Mary, instead of dreaming away the hours over my books, Thing's would have been better for you. my dear, if I had." "People were not all made to fill one place, L'stace. You were not made for manual labor, hut to instruct; each has hia raiotted sphere and does no good outside of it. God has given your boyd as a blessing. Vhy not take it as an omin that He is pleased with you? Dan't fret over what ia gows and can't be helped." "Well, Mary, I have neverseen you tret. A woman like you ought to have good and brave sons," said the invalid smiling and patting the hand on his arm. Twss a happy family in spite of the incongruities. But changes come to all. One morning Mr. Graham was found dead in his chair. The wife was a widow with tho chances of her share of a widow's treatment in the world, the two boys orphans. The creditors closed in, for people must have their money;- - the little farm and stock were sold; the bereaved family bade their friends adieu and moved to a cottage near Danville. ICE! ICE! la-t- Is a Candidate to succeed hlmiMf In tho Pl.t. H.n I will deliver In to regular cuitoiuers In Stanford ato, subject to the anion of tb.- nomocracy. and rlclnltf ercry morjltg at - ICES! aiAJ. F. I. KIG9H3Y ONE CENT PER POUND Accounts duo at tbo dole of each montb,or when customer nulls. f no.V. A. Q. TALBOT ji. E. Jt.Uiitniv. fnrSnntnr In tim ru.ii. edof ltoyle.Ltncaln.CaiejaiM Orrartl, M.. sulject "v.ivu ui inn uuiuocrauj pjrir. mecuoa urn . onuay la Augmt. Is fi r CflniiMniA ci St. Mary's Saw Mills" AMI I,r.MIli:it YARD, SURGEON DENTIST. Offlce-8o- uth LEE F. HUFFMAN, On top of the Knobs, close by room the Myers J Carter's Orccery Pure Nitronsnote); Gsi Oxide adiatnlilercd whan store. Hiurbu. aide Main Street, two doors aharr- re- - rontiflt, 8TAHFOP.D, KENTUCKT. uccejesrr. UM-lyr- DB. W. U. PEUKT, N.T. HUGHES, Office on Lancaster atreit, rext door to Istje-niu- ti JouitNAt. office. OlHta bouia trota 8 toll A. M.aod I to 5 r. m. Anesthetics tdmlntsterod when, .J JFOR SALE, A PRIVATELY. DESIRABLE DWr.LI.INO AND BTOBE-bou- to com M mil, IJest bUfloisi location In ths. place. A birgaln cn behtd by addrrolng oe applying atonce to CHMHTKKHtHt, McKlnney, ify. T.J. Masonlieimcr's Restaurant OrrosiTK CooaT'lIousic A.rr COMMENCEMENT DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY, Meals are strred at all hou s. Game always on hand and In Its season, oysters fresh tlnh, and simand on short ilar delicacies sorred In all styl notlcu. Lookout fir tho algn "Woodbine Restau- Stanford Female rant" and call when you are hungry. F. 11 JIAHOXIIEIJtEtt &CO., Danville, Ky. I. 5 h ' in that are suitable cltUia Oovernrosnt I. in '.i pi'ri nsrr btforc-clir f rr,l 'd t ik mr bJl, no.r pcud.m; u Congrciw -- eU 8T ON'iknc-TURTLE MO"MAIN, E IS a taV litiu IN THE DEVSLS v.AKE, Alt P-- And Nlouso River Country. MnDTU ffmiPf Tributary a L Ti L ' Lana La ds in Slmne-soi- a at d itpwuds- - tver 2,000,000 Acres of R. R. at the Ijw price of S.I00 per r sjctiiiai:Iaiaill.uipart- - iui im-i?- MYERS HOTEL, and Reputation, Vre to any suMrcs by L H W ARKE.N , Oen'l Pass. Agent, fat. Pa .1. Minn in 1 Manitoba R. R., fcT. l'ALL, M.V Ktfc a STANFORD. KY. Fropr ISi&Wal - well-know- Are you falling, try Wells' nEiLxn Ra- - 1 Pnil-geldin- j Lucri TONIC, Headache, Ferer, Acto, Chills, Nlco to Urn-Slat- Kor Brain, Verves. Ptnmsoli. IJrcr Kidneys, Cures AnCnciualcdlnYisorant. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. and Night TORPID.. LIVER Won, kness, Sweats, Nervous Hcxual Decline. Mnfar Tut,,Leanness, n. 0 forS3.00,nt Sl.iiJ nor E. 8. wius, Jersey uty, ft. j., u. a. a. tike, true merit, uncqualcd for Kentucky's Route j al.-ea- ly L, Mc-At- A SOLnTTRAIN WASHINGTON CITY, u, Buchu-Paib- a Kctnarkalilo Cures ofCatarrh ot the lJladder, Intlammntlon,Irritationof Kidneys an I liladder. Stonf or tirrvid Diseases of tho Trostato Gland. Proiwtcal o Swelllnea, Kerwila Diseases, Incoi.tin-encof Urino, nil Diseases of th. Organs In cither sex. Tor Unuse healthy or Vnnatural eh tl. "Chapln's InjecMon net also (7enlto-Urtnnry Pia-har- jPiiJ; P ll. ( tl . co-tor SIl'lilLls it ii n il or htivilttary mint, ma ll.apin s I'nsrt tn-- ti m Hitter Hyn'P, ft Wjkt bottI, ar.A CMniilti'fl S philltle 1111s, t'lM, and Cha-- I ft). 0 bottles pki's SvDhilltlo balv. y up. '2 of I11K 1 8lcv. k- - on rvc'iptnf ?iom). cratTiri?-??.- . K . Vru.. Jon-e- r Citv. N. J.. lT S A. 1 p-eg t ZZSIBSBM riJu , i IF YOU WANT TO FILL YOUR GAME BAG, AND MAKE & BBC bus-mil- SCORES, USE PjlB St. Louis & tho West MIN6T0N ifles-- h: SHOT Improvomcnts. GUNS. Afl tho Latost i FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS, ADDRESS Lamberson, Furman&Co., Ken-tuckia- E.Remington&Sons; 281 & 283 Broadway, WESTERN OFFICE, Sporting Arms and Ammunition, SOLE AGENTS FOR O. & M. nootions NEW YORK. Fast and Suro D. H. LAMBERSON ARMORY, - - - 73 State Street, Chicago, IU. WON, N. Y. t CO., Fi'rrle! REMINGTON SCOOPS, SPADES. MADE IN SHOVELS, BEST OUR THE MANNER, GOODS BY SKILLED ARE ALWAYS YiOHEKK. RELIABLE. REMEMBER THAT Ono Ploco of Solid Stool. NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN THE BLADE. 8END FOR CtnCULARS. REMINGTON AGMCflWUIlAL CO., HtreaU . flleepy.-rBrook- I1.ION, X. T. New York Offlcc, 11H Chamber ("WW" K. tf over I eafely estimate that the couBty reyeaue (At I the present rate of taxation will by the county in tlx years out of its resources building of this road, be permanently in To Secure Another Railroad for Lin derived from its present rates. If it should creased to the extent of $2,000 per annum. May 12, 1885 fcftMfcrd, y., coin County. requiro as much as $25,000 to pay for the The immediate good results will be an exright-of-wa&c the Indebtedness of the penditure in tho county for labor, material to Say to tho county will be $30,000 and experience has and provisions of over $300,000, to be im W. P. WALTON. What tho Advocates Haro proven that this can bs paid under present mediately followed by the employment at People good wages, of more than a hundred able- rate of taxation within six rears. DrecusexNO the action of a trustee in If the county should continue to aid and bodied men to operate and keep the road pleading usury on money borrowed bjr one In Eohalf of tho Groat Entorpriso. promote the building of turnpikes and in repair. Already there is expended by ex. t Hww, the Mt. S erlinjj bridges, which is not improbablo and to tho other roads for these purposes, accordexactly: "A man AN ADDBESS TO THE TOTERS A presets our sentiments which it is by its past conduct committed, ing to the beet estimates to be obtained, bcmld pay what he agrees to pay whether thousand the amount to be paid within tho next six near one hundred axd twenty-fiv- e lor sooner or wheat. Mr. Shaw would not You have already been officially advised bushel and that on the IGth of this month you will be years will of course be greater than $30,- dollars. At least fifty thousand dollars we tkiek of buying wheat at $1 per 000. But in any event the county can give think will be added to this sum by the paying for it at the rate of 00 cents; and it given an opportunity to decide whether or necessary aid to turnpike and bridge building of the proposed road, all of which OONJIBTIM) Or-isBoao the lew dishondst to take a man's not Lincoln county shall become one of all building and pay this debt within ten years will be for the benefit of the laboring C per tsaoaey at 8 per crnt. and pay him, but the projectors in the building of a line of at the pfesent rato of taxation, which is classes. cent. True the law says G is legal, but the railroad from Stanford to Nashville, Tenn., lighter than in any other county iu tho It will make the county a great railroad law is arbitary and not moral, and it is The substance of the question to be voted State. The supposed increase of taxation cintre and a centre of interest for enteradJnst as dishonest and immoral to take on is whether or not this county will ac- is the only serious objections urged agftinst prise tnd investment and tend to attract vantage of this law as it is to sell liquors quire the depot and shop the proposition. To those urging these we hither capital, population, enterprise and without license. Of course Mr. 8baw is grounds in this county, the cost of all, in to consider the foregoing statement intelligence. Wagons, n ot responsible for the action of his trustee no event to be more than $25,000, and appeal It will give an impetus to business of which is fully sustained by the records of asd we make no reflection upon him. The when so acquired to sell and assign the Ac. every kind and with all its advantages will county court. point is (hat the man who loans money is same to the Chesapeake & Nashville Rail- the The other objection that no aid should not bring us one single evil or misfortune. entitled to just the same consideration aa road Company at such price and on such be given out of the public purse to corpo- It will increase the population of our tie man who borrows. The remedy is terms as may be agreed upon between this rations we consider altogether sentimental, towns, thereby giving us better and more Ian pie and plain if you object to paying Company and the county's Commissioners. and is whollv at variance with tho past extensive markets at home. Hustonvllle don't agree to TuuricuR interest The advocates of this proposition believ- policy of this county consistently followed will bo built up by being made the center pay it. Borrow tho money at G per cent, ing that the building of this road will be Strictly First-Clas- s, greatly to public benefit, for uiorothan fifty of trado for a large and rich agricultural These Goods are from the Best if you can. If not do without it or pay of the greatest concievable advantage and years and a number of thoso now opposing community, and perhaps with its natural Manufactories, what you promise." interest to Lincoln county and knowing this railroad enterprise have been among advantages a flourishing manufacturing making much that tho carrying of the proposition at the its most active advccitts and its direct town. Crab Orchard in like manner and The republican papers are by being made with this opportunity one tdo over the fact that the money in the coming election is absolutely necessary to beneficiaries. National treasury counted to within two ensure its location and building through During the period mentioned the county of the most attractive summer resorts in JNI seats cf the amount claimed to be in it. Lincoln county, have requested us in.their court has, with almost the unanimous ap- the Slate. Stanford by being the capiwould be behalf to present this address in its favor probation and demands of the tax payers tal of a county rich in natural resources No one ever doubted the result l otherwise, though they claim that it is a for the consideration of the voters and tax of the county, expended through the in- and advantages and being the connecting payers of the county. enspHte reputation of the charge of stealstrumentality of corporations about seventy point of three great railroad systems, numIts intention is not only to show what thousand dollars in building turnpikes and berless advantages might accrue which ing against the party which has been in av:ox-it- , are conceived to be the beneficial results to bridges. It has been a judicious expendipewer for the last 24 year. The stupenwould be directly attributable to the comWITH A GUAUANTEK. dous swindling and stealing have appeared be derived from the carrying out of this ture as has been fully proven by results; pletion of this enterprise, which would great enterprise, but likewise to correct nevertheless persons who best know and cost us nothing, but actually bring money Freed-aaan- 'd ia the Bets Shepherd frauds, the Bureau swindle, the Robeson naval false and misleading impressions and state- have profited most by these results are now to tbe private and public purse. fraad the Sanborn contracts, the Indian ments which have been and are now being opposing this policy to aid a great enterBut, say our opponents, it is against actively circulated in regard thereto by prise which if carried out to completion, principle. Tola we deny. e and Pension Bureau frauds, the It is purely a Wc liny for CANII and to ourCuftteuierHlho Ilea- ajid Uowgate frauds, the Burnside robbery the opponents of the measure for the pur- will in the estimation of all who have con- proposition and matter of business, in eflt of our DIrcoiiuIm. bust pose of influencing the voice of the people sidered it with unprejudiced reason, do which is only involved the question of tfee 8aim swindles and the Keifer seas, whereby hundreds of millions have at the coming election. These statements more to advance the wealth and proipenly whether we shall invest a sum not exceedbeen put into the pockets of party favor- are not believed to be intentionally false of the county than any public improve ing $25,000, with every reasonable prospect by any one opposing the proposition in of speedy magnificent returns in profits and ite and contractors. ment everundertaken within its limits. good faitb, but made through a mistake of It has been suggested that the road savings, or stand with full pecketa and "Will Guarantee to Save yon from 10 to 25 Per Cent, on every Vehicle. OiTB "We 5ive in this issue an addreu to the facto. us a Call. when completed will become a part of empiy, iaie uancujana see a golden opporvoters of Lincoln county on the subject of It is represented that the proposed road HuntingtonV great system. This is not tunity glide beyond our grasp. But let us which is to be is part of one of the greatest railroad corrailroad aid question, improbable and it to be desired. In such admit that it may be ajainit principle for submitted next Saturday, 16tb, signed by porations in the United States and that an event it would be part of a great trunk the sake of argument. The opportunity is av rumber of our most influential men and the county in acquiring the interest men- line under one management and direction a grand and exceptional one, such as is not esljtax-payerquesexplaining the bekvi tioned and disposing of it to the Chesa extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific. oflered oftener than once in one generation tion and proving beyond a shadow of a peake & Nashville Railroad Co , will only would give the county three great trunk and it is the office of principle to courtesy doubt that it is to be the interest of every be making a donation to the great and rich It lines traversing its very heart and the to such an opportunity, for the principle a in the county to secure the great thor railroad corporation which is the "power great rival railroad corporations of will live permanently and the opportuniough-farthrough it. The facts and fig- behind the throne" and that the latter will three and will be lost. the South would be competitors for our ty is short-live- d ures are given and they can not be refuted. not be in the least influenced in the locaThe signers of this address have no purcarrying trade. It would give the county We do not see how any reasonable man is tion and building of the proposed road by railroad advantages and facilities equal to pose in view further than to promote the not convi need that it is purely a matter of a meagre donation which can in no event if not greater than any county with of the interests of tbe whole county in common business with the profit on our side. be more than a fractional part of $25,000. Ohio river. The competition in freight with their owr. They believe their own Hon. Boyd Winchester, having de- This argument is untrue, misleading and trafic alone, which it would inevitably pro- interest will be promoted by the buildlngr I hie rtrtlrrd anj Mill rrfrltlug clined the Nice consulate, the President unfair to the utmost extent towards the voke, would result in a saving to the farm of the road and their own interests are iden Chesapeake & Nashville which is a young era alone, annually, more than the whole tical with those of of the other people of baa given him something more in keeping with his deserts. He will co as Minister company struggling to get upon its feet. amount asked by this proposition to ac- the county. After careful investigation Resident and Consul General toSwilzerland Ita paid up capital is small, inadequate by quire a for the Chesapeake & they are convinced that a rare opportuniCerrWUc the lett la Ike Mirfcft.vklcti will U avxnuch more important and lucrative po- far for the construction of the long line of Nashville. We are justified in this predic- ty is presented to the people ot this county sition, worth $3,500 more than tie other. road from Stanford to Nashville and not tion by the experience of the last ten years. of promoting their intereits almost hyond Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Uono in City or Country. Henry Watterion has just been to Wash- sufficient to float its bonds at par upon the The following table shows approximately reckoning and this without costing them Give Sic n Trial. ington. Sieerecan put the two notes in money market unless the peopls owning the shipment of wbeit end product of onecent when the balance is struck, and . JE31- the territory which it traverses shall give wheat for the years mentioned, in bushels: before voting to throw away this opportu-oilR.XJXi3-rbis pipe and smoke them. it encouragement and aid by grants of we ask them in behalf of those who mi. io. 1851 The mest di'gusting business we have rights &z , upon the most easy and Stanford A r.IchmtndJunc.09,080, 6e,00, M.000 are to lire in the future, to paue and beard of for many a day is that of Eld. liberal terms. It is vitally important to Crab Orchard-...- -. THE XE1V GItOCEltY AXI IXAUDWAItE HOUSE 15,000. 12,000, 13,000 make inquiry and be advised and Sweeney, of Paris, ripping around trying this company's success that such encour- Halls Oip 4,000 5,000, act deliberately, impartially and without 50,(00, 15,100, 18,000 Shelby City to get signatures (o a petition for a pardon agement and aid shall be secured and it is Moreland IS,000, 12,000, 13,000 prejudice in deciding what we consider the for Hooker Stivers, who murdered Burt driven to the necessity of going where ....29,(00, 20.0C0, 20,000 most important question that can ever inMcKtnner... Scully and got off with the light sentence 10.(00, 8,(00, 10.0CO fluence the welfare end business future of t hey csn be procured, and the oft repeated Gilberts Creek- of two years. Sweeney should give up boast by the opponents of this proposition Tout... . 115,000, 12J,040, lM.OCO the county. ipremching and become an out and out adthat it is bound to come to Stanford for W. M. Doonrg, J. P. RlFFE, Previous to the construction of the vocate of murder. Would kl.illyaik jourtttrttlon lo the fact that thy hire Juat rftumtd froai lbs elites with alar; one of its terminal points is untrue. The Cincinnati Southern Railroad our lowest J.vo. M. Hail, F. XI. Yoweix, fr ih tnJ well itlectrJ stock of ( IIOK K The Bourbon News makes a good point company is bound to go where it can ob- rate of freight on grain to Cincinnati was J.vo O Neal, H. 8. Wnnenj, when it says. ''Gov. Knott is in New York tain assistance, and if the false idea that it W.P.GntMEs, J. S. Xltntrny, 2G cents per bun Ired. After the opening aegotiating for the sale of $500,000 worth is bound to come to Stanford is acted upon D. W. Vandeveeh. of that road it was reduced the first season of State bonds to pay for prosecuting May 11, '85 by our people so as to defeat this proposiIn enJIcii Ttrlety, dainty In quality an.! Mllifjelory to print; Ibli we guarantr. Ouratui ball I to IS cents and has been maintained at the he has turned loose, and Lieu- tion at the coming election, a great opporat all timet lo supply ef erjr want in our Hoe. ever since until the opening of latter rate AMD CROP LAND. STOCK tenant Governor Hindman it now being tunity will be lost and the road, which is the Kentucky Central railroad to Rich-man- d CUT-LERfceeleced on all hands to turn others loose. sure to be built somewhere through this Xlissouri wheat stands at 57 p:r cent Junction, since which tho rate from This business should put the common peo- section of the State, will not ba built Coniliti of the standard HnnJiol Europe sod Amrrlra. Our lirco line of Cook'Dg Moth Iccludo that station to Cincinnati has been as low of an average crop. Ihejuitlr celebrated "(Jrttt Wtittrn Iterre" and tnsnj other fumllj- lirorltrs. Our Chios, (JUm ple to thinking." through Lincoln county. It is not denied as 12 cents, but from all other stations the At Owensboro, 180 head ol 900 lb. cat and Queeniwsro stock conititstn'part of Table, Tea and Cbttabrr Sell romplite, OUnwara richly rut that the road may ultinately become a part old rate of 18 cents has been maintained tle eold at A to 5 cents and etchtd. In tbe way of HreidituCi we nam Buckwheat Flour, the (j uteri ol all trtti. Our rel. There was no notoriety to be gotten On three farms in Dakota there are bratcd Patent -- (I. M." Flour, urtralled forrskaind paitry, while Klce and Hominy, our own patl-otl- o oat of the Mose Caton case so Acting Gov. of a great railroad system the greatest in with only one or two variations. Comproducts, arraji-- as faithful adjunct All tliedrllcaclrtln Foulgti and Domestic Confrclloca Hiadmsn let him hang at Morganfield, the South or upon the continent. It is parison will show therefore that the con 03,000 acres sown in whent. are here. Tin, Stone, Wooden and Willowware, lHeclrlc Stationery. Canned Meata and Frulte hoped that it may and the reasons therefor struction of the Cincinnati Southern saved The Arkansas fruit' crop, havinn and a complete line of Clgsre and Tobaccoa. Well, tbla Friday. Catoo's crime was not half so terlionlr a bint of what we bare Hellerlng will be further mentioned. braved all the danger of frost, is now well thatwecan makelt lo your Intereat, we confidently ak an elimination of our rood and rible at tint committed by Neal, even if ho the farmers of Lincoln county in wheat yourpalron- It seems to us that the argument by our alone: In 1882, SG 0G0: in 1883, $5 870; in it poured and is more promising than for ago. Httpcctioiir, did torture hi wife to death. That was r.i i t.nn imnriiKrm. umply murder. Neil was guilty of arsoo, opponents that the burden of taxation in 18S1, ?G,52S; in the three years, S19.3G4, TCUS. McClintick's sale ol Jerseys, Fores-tu- s At the county will be greatly increased by and to farmers in the neignborhood of pa and murder. Held bought one lor SHOO, Dr, Steele carrying out the proposition is being most Stanford and Richmond Junction in 1SS3 Da John D Wooitt pya a touching unfairly used, and incidentally in connec- and 1884, on wheat alone, the difference Bailey one for $200 and J. K. Caron one iribute to the memory of his mother, who tion therewith for $160 For Coal or Wood. statements are being hai jost died in Mississippi at tho advanced which are net authorized by facts andmade between the rates prevailing previous to Illinois crop correspondents say nearly cir the construction of the C. S. railroad, 0 Thli IUni;u la Kxtra age of 80 years. Few of us have the cons of the area of wheat in the south- made of the rery beat Hear? and la cumstances nor justified by the experience Junla'a Lhar-coDifference in rates since the opening solation of a lovin? mother as long as Dr. of county affairs. It is asserted that the of the K. C. railroad on wheat shipped ern division of that State is reported winter-- with Iron. Hm rait top and trout, L'nllro Wrought Iron ikdy ami "Woods and ew knew how well to appreciOten. WmiiiIiu Oreo, extend under friends of the enterprise are industriously from Stanford and Ricamond Junction is a killed. ate theKMt test of all treasures. lenntli ot Ilango. Automatic Msj. B. J. Thomn' sn'e of yearlings entire Shelf. National 1'lrc Unir laboring among the poorer classes, these saving to the farmers in 1883 and 1884 Oien tookplaso at Lexlnaton, Siturday. Nine ami Cut Onlcra. NIclil mine The United States Army has one who pay oaly a poll tax, to influence them knol.i and lilnge pine. Adjuitatilo of $3,900. and to vote for tho proposition and thereby general, tbres teen colti brought 510,405 an average of lido alielf and all modern improvim This advantage to the farmer in the in active service pose against the property holders a burdenEleven fillies hroucht $5,115-- an ement. bo nrrangid lth Heater fjr $.51763 ix brigadier-genera- ls Can neighborhood of Stnnford and Richmond hot asd colli water. average of $105 Each head of tho staff department! Is also a some ad valorem tax. This statement, the Water llox or Hunter extra. Junction grows out of the competition in UTrfJtMiW C 3falJ "aj-l"- 4j m Two generals, fivo brigadier-seiier- al. At the annual Bale of rcziolered Jersey friends of the projoiition are informed, In rates since the completion of the Kentucky brigadier-o- nr and twenty-foucattle, from McClintock & Bonn "Featham" being industriously circulated among tho Central. . HIGGINS, crals aro on the retired lisf. We have not had time nor opportunity herd, Lexington, G2 females brouzht $12,-70- 0, property holders to influence them adversemtnrji j Ltv-rJ- i ' Jamil averaging $205. Only one male was to obtain the statistics on all fraicht, hut fi Blacicdukn is not to bo Collector ly. On tho other hand it is, as we are inJtjr RTj aruciAi. AtiKKT, our investigation has Lean sufficient to in- sold, for $1 10. Tho hisheat price was paid formed, being industriously So look out for anoth circulated after all, it is said. - Konliicliy. 005, fjr CaroIIa .Stanford, er prediction from Joe about the probabil- among those who own no taxable property form us that there has been a corresponding by Rjbert XlcXIIchacl, to claim that Unn,1 Ififtk" reduction on all and it issnfe ity of the result of the next Kentucky elec that the cost oi thu proposal right Birdstown Creiuiery in now cjtnp'etu tioo. He will no doubt raiso the republi- &o , is to bs paid wholly bv the inipos'tion In freights alone since the completion of of a poll, Roh are ab!ute) untrue and Vo Cincinnati Southern to nil tho people in every particular. Wagons were tent out to 100.000. can msjoritv now in excess if to gtther cream Tuasday and butter mak-ia- g Linooln county t saving or of Fate seenw to b againut tho cotnlni; of those making both or till doitij; tlite sUtt-men- ta of will ominence to day. It is the moot d the same Duiotf are not justified in eo cither in $25,000 per annum ibeSwbi Minister to this county. List ever started in the valuo of jrperty an ahowu by Important m.tnufactorr year a railroad accident in which he was fact or in reason, as ne will show. To acquire the intereit demanded by the the tax book hat iri:rassd more than Bardstown, and makes a now era in its hurt prevented him and now we learn by a o( dollar and if we add financial history. The progreM m&y Lo ft million Washington dispatch tint he is in Wash- proposition at the maximum cost of $25,-00- 0 half the value of the itidf more than a alow, hut before many years Ihrdstown will would not Increase the present rate of ington too sick with the malarial fever to BKALXBS IH million, whilst tho population has increas- be the centre of a large tr.ido in the butter taxation. oome at present - " This wo will make so p'nin and manifest ed more than 20 i tr cent. Oiwervalion buslnun, Record. Drugs, Books, Stationery and (- -2fe The President has appointed Dr Thomp- that it can no. he controverted. teachci us that like good results follow in ouictfj OWlTI-,Fancy Articles. son, a colored win to tho Haytian Mission, The present bonded indebtedness of the he pathwiy of all such enterprises and we Same people nre brn cheeky, some : making three colored mn appointed to county is $7,000 Five yearn ago it was can most confidently expot ai much, r.aj achieve cheek, and noma have cheek thrust Pbyilel anit' prdcrlpt lorn at curat I J compounds!. " v ..... t. lS r important and lucrative positions so far. $22 000. Out of this year (18S5) Alio A NV mis' 'lT" if at the more, from the construction of the Cnosa-pea- ke upon them, but when you comn to a whole Chia doei not look like that race U to b same rate an the last few years, 20 centH ad Iw property in tho face, It is found in the fellqw who will & Nashville. returned to slnvoiy valorem and $1 per ciplu, this bonded in- county after five years will be Rmtmed for let hiii girl go to a roller rink alone, pay us Atrial t'1 a "Tl r"rnet Score another for First Comptroller debtedness will be reduced to $" 000 This taxation at not Im than $500,000 During her own admission and the rental fornkates Tho Largest Stock of "Watolios, Oloclto, Durham, He relu'ci to approve the ac-- U a period of six yer in which the conn this neriod we believe it will he directly and a half hour Inter he inme up, Jewelry and Silvorwara xo'untaof the Marshal of the Northern ty has discharged a bonded debt of $18,000, instrumental in iiiBroi'inj: the taxinle vul skatcfl all tho evtnlcg with her, and then Ever bought to thli market l'rlrea Lower than District of New York n they are notgright. With the preient rato of taxation. During ue of the property in thu oounty as much takes her home and wan'.n her to Hm him tho Lowwt. Watcboi, Cloak and Jewelry ' Sivcrjl thousand dollars are involve. KimlM the same period it will have piid in aid of more. Sj at the end of fwe yean we may at the gate. oo ihoit notice and Warranted. Sbw-fflBttUnlnteriorlonwiI OUR CHANCE turnpike and bridge construction $15,000, making in all $33,000 paid by the BUGGIES, BUGGIES, BUGGIES! Sentintl-Democra- OUR STOCK XS BTOOT COMPLETE, -- i right-of-wa- Carriages, Barouches, Phaetons, Buggies, Surreys, Jaguar Buck Boards, Itond Carts, all - ' 9lo Sold on. Tlaoir l'rojmo A Star-Rout- Gio tis BRIGHT H. C. e CURRAN. e RUPLEY! NEW GOODS SPRING & SUMMER C. right-of-wa- y y con-eid- er ,?, TAYLOR BROS. :Tr3,iBisr,-7,i,i- ;. or -.- ' crimi-saafawhi- FAMILY GROCERIES Y - OUR HARDWARE AND "POCKET -- THE LION WROUGHT IRON RANGE, al I $0,-24- two-third- lieu-tena- -, insjor-goaeral- s major-g- enerals W. H. M1 y, fr pf-rlo- Ftouy & JEWELERS. M'-Ib- tar nil PHARMACISTS, i r nk riiAV1 j r Gife. Itofbrd, Ky., . 4 N. LOCAL preparing to give an elegant supper on the Plants of all kinds for tale. 0. J. Now night of the commencement. May 12, 1885 land. Dn. I'jiEWirr.of Boyle, father of Miss Ida Prewitt, who is attending College here. Wanted, M),000 lbs. of wool. A. T, lost hia residence hy fire Saturday. TIME CARD. " Nunnellty. ....... i. BEAuriPUL Fiower Pots. T. R ton. Wal- The ladies of the Christian church are A large fnhlnj psrty week from thta vicinity. -- lilted Ores II waa a highly Htm lait rcapset-abl- e tUil train going Hotth V Houth " Keen strain" Bouth.M f i ,fc t - i- - r Died near Mitcbelisburg, Boyle county, DEALER IN a car load of Guano, for May 6, Miss Fannie Goode, daughter of Bright A Curran. ti ii Worn. ) SOS 4.W. sMs Mr. William G. Goode and Mrs. Bailie Seven thousand feet of white oak fenc- Goode. Funeral was preached by Eld. The sjoy Ii calculated on standard Urn. Hoist ing lumber for sale by IJ. K. Weuen. lmtl Uut 20 mlnutss fiaUr John Ball Gibson, of Stanford. 0MZ. NOTICES. Miss Ella Ramsey has receired a large The Clay Center, Ks , First National lot of flowers and invites the ladies to call Bank, of which Mr. J. P. Campbell, form Boy your school boolci from Fenny A and see them. erly of this place, ia publishMcAllster. Watches and Jewelry repaired on short The Kings Mountain correspondent of es a statement which shows that it paid notice and warranted bf Penny & McAlis during the the Adiocate put in some telling licks for the 12 per cent, to its Ur. year ending May 1st flock of jewelry, latent railroad In the last lame. . A complete rtjle. Hock ford watcliea ft ajxcialty. PenWe have no use for dogs, especially In my absence my son, Will, will con those ny & McAllster. that kill sheep, but some of our rendFon coughs, cold, Ac, use Com p. Syrup tract with any one wishing brick or any ers think almost as much of their dogs as of While Pin-- , In 25 and 50c bottle?, Pre- thin); eleo in my line. Henry Baugh their wives and it is for them that we give pared by Mcltoberti & Singe. man. - .. .... the article on our fourth pige. We liko to Faiimeiui, Head This. Go to Dr. M. B. C. FcintuM is the first Lincoln county please all classss of our readers. L. HourneV ilruir store and get one packago of Him A. Clark'a Hog llemedy. If you democrat to be given office under the presThe frost of Sit unlay night and Sunday are not satisfied after using it your money ent Administration. He was made post night played havoc with the tender vegetawill be refunded. master at Bee Lick Saturday. bles and left their impress to some extent IN ADDITION TO GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, HE KEEPS PERSONAL. The Monticello Circuit Court commenc on the corn. Moy gardens will have to Col. W. G. Welch and Mr. W. II. ed yesterday with 117 cases on the docket be replanted. The weather in the North by Commonwealth. Prosecutor R. 0. War west was very cold, ice and snow prevailing Miller are quite ill. Mn. Fiiank J. Wayman, of Eagland, ren and Judge M. C. Sicllty started thence at many points, ut noon Bunday. was in to s o us ycatrrday. In this issue we begin the publication of Hon M. J. DmtttAM, First Controller M it. H. T. Harris is receiving the en a serial story, written for the Interior of the Treasury, arrived at Dantllld yes dorsement of our citizens for Special Exam Journal by the talented and accomplished, terdar. iner in the Pension Department. He haa Miss Mildred whose Cait. W. H.HriuULiN, Chief Engineer done much work in the matter of pensions writings have Lewis, of this place, already created considerable of the Chesapeake A Nashville K. R. is and is well acquainted with the lawj. attention. She always managea to impress with us. While running his feed cutter by horse some particular idea either original or Miss Mattie Bnow.v, of Lincsstcr, GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. otherwise on the reader and in this producpaid a short visit to her sister, Mrs. Geo. power Saturday, a wheel flew off, and striking Mr. Smith Baughman on the tion she labored especially to that end Lancaster. II. Bruce. Mother Hubbard bonnets are "all the ragt" Mr. with fine eflect. The scene being laid in Wji. Mauahall, of Parkavllle, head, produced a severe wourd. Mm. our neighboring counties of Mercer and atthla place just now. is with her niece, Mils Mildred fowls at Baughman waa in town, however, Tester Being to get back, the workmen will day, to show that he was not going to die Boyle will give it a local interest and a be delayed unable days on Col. HIIIV. several Miller's new buildings. charm not experienced in reading of the Deputy Sheriff Scott, ol Jetasmlne, captured It Is reported that Mr. George Fields, just yet. Mike Hurt Wednesday evening last and lodged of Moouiingtoo, III., and Miss Annie Liu Lithotomy. This dangerous operation usual sea side or mountain crag scene. No entertainment yet given at the Opera LIm In Jail here Thursday. Hurt la wanted for rie Htney, of this place, arc to be married was performed on Kav. Smith, Saturday malicious shooting In this county. this week. by Dr. Peyton, assisted by lit. Held, in a House here has elicited such entire satis-- Royce's Swiss Bell Blngera delighted a good Mima. W.T. Bumdett, J. K. Faulk very successful manner. The substance faction as that of the Ryca Swiss Bell alzed audience at the City Halt Saturday evening. anl If Mr. Iloyce cer, Jr , J. L. West and E. W. Morrow, was as large as a guinea's egg. Mr. Smith Ringers A Specialty Cimpaoy, last Friday Tbeptrioruuncjwas and those who staid away because there returns here in the near future, at be promises to of Lancaster, came over to the city to en. had recovered from the shock yeiterday do, he will be certain ol a large audience. was no bras band and donkey businesi feel jay tbclr Sunday. and was doing well. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vantls, who remored badly left. The programme was chuckfullof frsm this place to Independence, Ky last tall, Mm A, C. Sine, lata of Kings Moun. Thieves entered the smoke house of the sweetest music, both vocal and instru- had their bouse and all Ita contents burned at the tain, haa engaged with Mr. J. Oltenheimer Mr. J. R. Warren Saturday night and got mental and mirth which kept the audience latter place Friday night last. Among other valHe tells us that the people of bis section away uables two flue ptanot were with 1 hams and 4 middlings valued either laughing or tpplauding through- ofthefireis unknowj. Theirburned. The origin will vote for lbs railroad. many frlenda In at $20. There are strong suspicions and Mifuis Beiitie SunrvE, Mattie Mc the rascals will no doubt be yet made to out. The gentlemanly manager, Mr. Ray thlscounly will regret to learn this. The German Dancing Club gaTe an ImprompL. Royce, is a genuine comedian and his Aliiter, Etta and Birtie Yeager, spent Sun' suffer for their crime. A whipping-pos- t specialty business was a show in itself. Web tu bop at OJ J Fellows Hall last Friday evening. day with their parents, the first at Lebanon would fit Baughrnan'a Orchestra furnished the music. their case meat beautifully, if in The and lha two last at Danville. Mist L'uie deed a scoundrel who would steal from an Lansing, whois equil to a whole brass band, participants were: Misses Jessie Hemphill and playing as he does on seven instruments Mary Wllinorc, Nlchslasrille, Mtmlc Olds, Nellie Farris also went to Danville. old man of SI does not deserve the gallows. at oner, also did some clever character act- Duncan, Ella Watson, Bjrtle Collier. Mattie -A Gekman journal deToted esclu IMMENSE SI OOK OF- and Messrs. E. K. Hlgglnt, Loula The City Council are engaged in the ing, while Misses Lizzie Royce and Nellie elvelr to diseases of the nose and throat W. A. Berkele, Victor and high authority on them criticizes very foolish task of trying to widen Main street Hoskins favored the audience with several Owaley, J. L. West, Lancaster, Wherrttt, W. O. and Jno. Faulkportion occupied by residences. vocal solos and duets, which wer: loudly ner, Jr., of Louisville. favorably the article read by Dr. P. W. in the They are wide enough there for every use applauded. The other members were more Miss Mary Splllinan, of lower Oarrar d, was a Lstjsri at the meeting of the Ilhlnological Association at Hi. Lams a year or more ard it is only in the business portion of the than ordinary in their respective parts. guest of Miss Kate Wherritl, Thursday. Miss Mary Annie Wllmore, ol NIcholasTlllr, is vlsltlngl we never ago. The msny friends of the Dr. here- - street that it is too narrow. The engineer As proprietor of the hall Miss Mmle Olds. Mr. aid Mrs. H. T. Noel, ol was sticking pegs yesterday but we learn had dealings with ntcer ladies and gentle- Dantllle, were visiting tbouts will be glad to hear of this and his re'atlvea hero Saturday. TRINSIED AND- the owners of property spoiled by the wid- men acd it gives us pleasure to recommend Itev. W. I. Fowls left Monday lor a two weeks L'teat success at hooxvllle in the treat ening will resist the matter to the bitterest Mr. Royce and his company to the amuse- atay at White Sulphur Spring, his old home. ment of thoe special diseases. Itev. T. M. Yaughan returns y from Augusta, end. ment loving people. Oa., where he has been atteodlng the Southern LOCA L MATTERS. Creamery. A practical TheStani-orBaptist Convention. Miss Addle Folger hai reRELIGIOUS. ATturned from s protracted visit In Klrksrllle. Sam demonstration of the capability of this imHtsT canned goois. 1'. II. Walton. The Iby Preacher Harrison, has had Walton went to Cincinnati, Monday, on bualeeas. portant inhtitution which is located near Goto Elmiston A Oirsley for Carpets, Col. Hall Anderson Is vlslttng In Lexington. the RufJalo Mills, was made Saturday af- 300 alleged cinverti during his meeting in Mistes Alueand Lull llobinou,of Uuena Vista, . Mattings and Wall P. per. Louisville. ternoon in the presence of the directors were gu sta of Mrs. R. H.TomtinMin last week. cheaps-iPlants of all kinds, nhesp as the The cintract for building tho new M, most of the stockholders and n hot of t. Alsli PRICES AXD STYL.ES. Pltatc give roea call. W. II. Giv others and wai most satisfactory in every K. Church 8juth, was let out this week to XEW ens. particular. In the abiencc of the gentle- Vaughn, Smith A Crow at $3,2SS Journal. Fnrsii beef, poik, mutton and sausage man who ia to do the butter making, Mr. no The College of Bishops of the Sonthcrn always on hand nt the Stephens Bros' Graves, Mr. J. M. Brent, the proprietor, of the Chicago Creamery Association and Methodist Epitcopil Church have formuButcher Shop. Call and see them. From my premises at McKInney, alout a week builder of the creamery, though rarely lated a plan of Episcopal visitation for since, a Sorrel Home, with Tery heary mane The boy stood on the burning deck, best cultivator ou the We handle the ever attempting the business himself, 1885 which ssdgns Bishop Wihcn to this and tail not ao heary, left hind foot white and two Determination In his eye market. We have bought too many and showed the workings of the establishment district, ne will preside at the Kentucky little white apoit on right Jaw. Any Information "For Bourne's Drug Store lam bound, I'm for the little Doc or die!" for the next 30 days will close them out at from the time the cream is put into the Conference to be held September 0 at Ver- concerning him will be reasonably compensated-Addres- s me at McKlnoiy, Ky. " cost. Bright A Curran. Twinkle, twinkle, little star,. sailles and at the Louisville Conference in vat till it is taken out of the churn and t JIILTOX Jii:r.OLDS. My friend, tho cheapest goods, by far, The Queen Coffee pot la on exhibition at redy to lis prepared by the huge butter that city September 1G. At Bourne's Drug Store you will find Senator Joe Brown offered a resolu V. H. Hlggins' store, by the Patentee worker. The inability to obtain a suffiThe purest, best, ol every kind. Come everybody and drink this delicious cient amount of cream waa somewhat a tion before the Southern Biptist ConvenMsry had a little lamb, coffee free and see the Simple Pot. draw lack to a successful exhibition, but tion at Augusta, Ga, to prohibit Baptist (KorBarnumaheahould quickly send); expectations of the preachers from marrying devorced persons, But Bourns baa the nicest lot The uan who expects political advance even with that the TINTO- - H&- Of Drugs and sings, breastpins and things, ment by opposing the railroad will go to most sanguine weie realized. The churn unless the divorce was obtained solely for Of spectacles and soaps, perfumes and envelops, 31 minutes, and while adultery, the only New Testament recogni STANFORD, KY., these election nights Wishing ing occupied just bed some of Tatent medicines of all kinda, butter can be made in less than 5 minutes, tion oi divorce. The resolution was at Repretenta the Best and most Prompt-Payin- g Com Globe mixed paints, cordials and wines that be had not bern quite so officious. panics and hia ratea are Tery low. Glre him a 10 is the average time taken to give It first overwhelmingly adopted but at the And every thing else, the cheapest and beat, The schedule, which went into eflect that hardness and compactness which night session following waa reconsidered call. At The New Drug Btore. (to rhyme, put In "Bo le ever more.' Sunday on the Kentucky Central, makes makes creamery butter so much more and tabled. The Ye lira till death, M. L. BOURNE, at the Kew Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. next mectlne of the Con no change here save that the evening valuable than the ordinary kind. Btsides vention will ba held at Montgomery, Ala Instead of 5:25 as train arrive now at The Md Reliable A Motto Fon the Parlor Wall. the J of an acre of land and a building formerly. "Homo of Now York." with Ita 2?50 feet with three air chambers around Flirtation is damnation. When I see nt Capital of 83,000,000, (cash) Ook Dinville Utter filled to orr'r-agti- u ii, Mr. Brent hid furnished and placed in the evening hour on Broadway, New York, Will pay promptly when the actual loss la known, tnit w are rure it Is not Mr. Aiulet portion a six horse engine and eight horse or Fulton street, Brooklyn, as gentlemen reltatea lu tmnie before yon Insure. .11. U.i;.XKIt, AKcnt. nan, fnuit lor in correspondence extend- - boiler, 3 cream vats of 200 gallons each, 2 turn from bueines, a group of yomg woetaufu-or Turnersullle. Ky. over uveral year be has not failed us churns of 200 gallons etch and all the nec- men with a conspicuous manner, and gigins AND more than twice. essary utenils for handling, weihinj, trygling, that is intended to attract attention of ! Three county bondd of $600 each wtre ing and preparing the butter for market. the maculine pwaerby, a horror strikes coppersmith by trade aud pild ciTand destroyed by Treasurer D. B. The water u pumptd from tho never f til- through my sou', and I say I wonder if I am a my arua (being bare when during a series at work) hate of years Edm.ston Saturday, who .expects to psy ing Buffalo Spring and pipes convey it hot the parents of these young people areawaie absorbed u wonderful amount ol metal poison A JL'ttil ami complelc assortment of Furniture, ciubrncluft evcounty's or cold to all pirti of tho working room, of this. The most of those who make ever- Having a "Crufulous tendency from my youth, the erything from the OlienpeRt to the Finest Parlor Suites. Na oil threu more soon, leaving the partleles of coppera'id brats would get futo whic'i hna elevated and eloping Hoots, so lasting shipwreck carry that samo kind of small orf tine' by thla process the poison was the bonded indebtedness but 57,000. ncc'I to go to the large cities to make your purchase), no matter Into icy blood till my wlioli system become every part cin us washed out in n sail. The pirates of death attack that stylo that luplfciw I was treated with the old remedies of what quantity or quality you want, as I can autl will lulsctrd. Titr. SupervlHtM of thotax list were ut Salivation follow-o- l, any There ara an office, refrigerator of craft. I wish I had a voice loud enough mercury and lodido prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being milled. AIuo books yesterday, minute woik oa the assessor' my teeth aro all loose in my heal, my d gest-Iv- o to be hear from tho Penobscot to the Rio room, ico hone, coal room and other organs deranged and I liavo betm helpless In a full assortment ol CoflliiH. Cacn, Shrouds aud Uobes, emhrne' MeMM.JohnO.Nsal and W. P. Grimes, b d for oxer a year with mercurial rheumati m for convenience and cleanliness. Grande, aud I would repsat flirtition 18 My Ware menu Joints wero all swollen and I lost tho uso of my lug all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. Mr. Jtue Green, the other member, was Tho vcntillation is perfect and everything damnation. Dr. TalniBge. arms and legs and becamo helpless as an Infant. opposite St. Awiph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. for actus reason unable to attend. My eutrerlngs becameso Interne that it was Imin construction. The capacity is possible for mc to rest. ThsdoctoisadTlsed nieto HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Mass is go to the city hoepltal for treatment. This I could Titnnn will be a Sunday-schoo- l 1,500 pound of butter per day and n,t b ar. A friend, who hit pruvod a friend Meeting nt the Christian church on thu there is no oort ol doubt that the establish Prod Hals r, a well known cltlxsa of Casey d mo tJ try Swift's Specific, belloTlcg that It would cure me. Others discouraged me, afternoon of the 1th Sunday In May. The ment will pay a big dividond, if the neces died on Tim iiday, aged 01 years. nnd have naw taken two but Iiecured Tho railroad controrcisy Is waging warm In desjn bottles. a few bottles Sunday-schoo- l Tho firUetl'ect of tho medicine was Iim grown to such an extent sary amount of cream cati be obtained. thla region. Tho rot) will probably bo pretty to bring tho polion to thesurlacaud I broke out COMMISSION MERCHANT AND SPECIAL AGENT. that the largo Men's Bible Class had to re Wagons are now traversing every route in generally tailed out. Ercry body secuis Intense- all over In running sjrei. Thess sjon disappeared cleared oil. My knee, wblth had and ray skin cito lait Sunday in the gallery. the section and so noon as the farmvrn are ly Interested one way or tho other. Ixnuio twlco their natural slz, Ihtj resumed I understand tint tho prpoiad enterprise of their usual site acd are supls aa of yore. My arms early hour Sat sUitfied that they cm make more money Anotiikh Fire. At an Sur- o( learning at CumlerUn.l Falls and hands aro all right sgainand I can us them an InMltutloii unlay, the residence of Capt.E.T. Rschea bellina cream at 20 cents a giiage, which is has been lnltUtsl,'and that najlnol Is now in without pslu. The entire disease has ltt all parla my wrists, which of thebiJy, sae two ulcers on tliore. Thedsslga la to mtki It a strictly aro heating rartuir. I am woik i om ionu ter, in the wejtern sulurbi, was discovered shout 50 oenM per gallon, and get the pay lint I hum tho use ol all hit limbs This Institution, and It Ia undcislood that the so far progreeed in money instead of trade, there will be no to he oj fire, which had medicine Is bringing me onto! the. greatest trial of trouble about the croaw in this fine stock means will not be wanting fjr the cirrylnt; out of life and i can not find words sufficient lo exproai Farm Ungoun, Village Carts and Iluclc Boards ever Brought la nrre-- t it or stvo much of tho furnl tint ti this purpose. my appreciation of it ' rtu. and the gratltud I this market, from the Cheapest to the J5eM, turc, was an ImpcB'ibllity, and it was Boon a country The property haa been formally Marcus Aurellus Jaruian Is lu de ail earnest on reel that I eter heard tf It. ri:Tna !;. Love, Augusta, Go Jan. . 18M. firo caught tnrriod over to the company by Mr. Brent, thesubjectof his tandldacy. Let not bis friends smoldering mass of ashes. The EMBRACING ABOUT FORTY DIFFERENT STALES. from tho kitchen aa ia euppoeed from a who not only received tho full amount of thcrcfuro staud back trom tho polls oa tho supposition that he Is net there No Romtn of them whioh was dropped by the cook in his contract prici', but waa highly oompli all coal deeply than he. tho obligation to Oeoigla last iprlng Also n Full nnd Comploto Asaortmontof All Kinds ol Farm nnd ttill carrying a ahovcMul to her cabin. For- menled by the directors for the cxosllence obey the otent ro.'oo of tho sovereign psoplo Tho drouth In compelled use aul wo Maohinory. frr sakoof the dried uu tliu wills creek on weie plantation. toThe tunately tho building and furniture wens ond cjinplatenesi of hia work. Those who nnd Immolate himself In th" water Irom the , in the Loudon, Liver who hive had dcalIujB with him speak of publtogood. result waa that all wers troubled with the (hills insured for 53,300 Corn EIatirs,Coni Drills, Ourcardens' Ourgi rieas! Three tltuei the and fiver. I carried aswith we 1 eemal I Uttl.jof Xow Is tlio Time lo riaco your Onl rs for Harrows, ' two! A Globe, Mrs. Rochester having been him at a fair nnd honest man and it gives killing ton; as took It had per-- f ami Field Hollers, frost has breathed upon them nnd the loa- Swift's Spejlfl", a and Cultivators 1 cthoilth. A scouts 1 ceased laklcg It I Ilka 'driven tt the tep by a eiuiiUr b by her in pleasure to add our person commenda- der recitation has yleUol to the miglc. of Ita pow thereat waa atillct'd with chill Whsul resumed Sulky a few months sgo. It had just been tion of him as a man and gentleman. The er, foldsd Its petals in sidnes and retired from tho Hi mi I was ail riaht eeain. We have used It In And see My Stock and get Prices beforo Purchasing. I have a few fur malsiH polrou Isr two family as Spring ToothJEIarrows that I am authorized to close 'anovatcd ly tin oarpenter and tho piint-.- r C.camery Co , have betn fortunalu in re unequal alrtte. Itaaspeot - reeulla tho plilut la- our thr:o rearssntldote never known It to fall In n and have lor W. C. I uiilow. sing e Instanes. out at less than cost. the furniture curing the eervicca of Mr. I. Mac Bruce m ser! lie on the baby's tomb.acd waa value at "SInetj ao early I was done for, duwpCo,Ua., Sept. ll.USl faintly Mansgerandof Mr. W. E. Graves, an exut $1,500. Cap I Rochester ond his hat I was li;uti for." I wonder Thoy aro Worth the Money asked for Them for Cultivating one crap of coin, Jm anl pert, highly recommcndeJ aa a butter "ilek traaslt glorU ou Monday" or something ' will live for the proseutpirt ittUol. Welch' TUB cWIFT vPHCIrlC OJ . 0330. B. WEAItlSff. Drawers Att.nta,Ga. .tf maker. that sounds tint way . alllou. G A. Lackey's. ur.tl the ... lit) r.u. 161 r.u. J in M. 1 Just receded fertilizing. t, stock-holde- rs n m and rspretentatlTebody, elect In Ita peraonel and complete In Ita equipment!. Such names taken at random from Sta mutter roll m J. p. Goode, B.C. Drje, J. H. Taylor, Ids Auatln, U. K. Peacock, John 8. (oode,T. L. Carpenter and Wm. 8tgz llluitrate both siatrtlons. r port great autcean, but wrsoglsa to the Hie ol the largeat oah taken, varying In tnelr estimates lfrom 7 to 13 pound. Aa they forgot to bring Iris specimen, and admit that they have no more accurate a teat for aictrtalnlng either wolght or number than a aplrlt leval, tbelr reprt .nay be Ukn with aoma allowance. I bad an opportunity lait week ol Impeding the herd of Jeraey cattte belonging to J. E. Canon A. Bro., near Crab Orchard. They have some 40 bead, ail young, and some ol them perfect a of bOTlne beauty. Mr. Caraon ii an entbu-auito- n tbeaubject of Jeraera. snd i nerer hsn pier than when handling hit mlU-cye- d protegees. Ilia syatemoi training la admirable, snd ho bin Buccoedod In demonstrating that this strain of cattle, which generally btara the reputation of vlcloumeaj, may with proper handling be rendered harmless nnd kindly m klticm. In fact few families In the land hav their children carefully taught and at thoroughly trained aa Caraon baa his Jetey I. According ton Hlfe, Eld. WcQarrey entcr-talnour people on the CTcnlnga of Friday snd Baturday with lit Intereitlng lecturs on Mr. McO. las clot eobterrer and tclla hia alory Inaiaost attracllvs alyle. He atudlcd hia aubjectaa a chriitlan philosopher, and abeda great light on that ancient, lnlereatlng, hlatoilc snd prophetic land. The alcroaptlcon Tlowa by noma ofwhlcbheilltitlrales hl theinia, aro atrtklngly natural, and Impart a reality to the varloui prta ol the lecture which could not be obtained from the moat Tlvlddewrlptloa. On Sunday Mr. McO. reviewed the return of tho Jewish race Iroui captivity, giving abeautlfjtdsa rlptlon of the and typical Jordan, the significant Incidents and confllcta olthe wanderera, the minions of Moici and Joshua aid the eventful history of that itraoge people. aped-ifcpmya-terlo- ut THE GJEZCEIJLJP QROOEH, V Ml T. R. "WALTON, o o w And Almost Any Other Article in the Grocery Line You May Call For. Tin-- , Glass- - flnt-cls- n 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. Ii Lan-dra- WiU FAffll I -- d READY FOR M'EOBEETS WALL! & STAGO-'S- Nich-ofatvil- lo "The Bourne from which Traveler Returns Sick." i m 19-- FIRE INSURANCE. PHILIPS, INSURANCE! 5;-1- 13-l- d UNDERTAKER, METAL JPOISON. Dealer in U'xii'iiittii'e pota-tltu- nee-oj'arl- rs firat-clai- G. D. WEAREN, Tho Largest Stock of Buggies, Carriages, reys, Phaetons, Spring Wagons, first-cla- feela-mor- SlTnlarial Poison. ier rt 9 NEW YORK DOG SHOW. Stanford, Ky.,- - Nay 12, 1885 NINE HUNDRED AND FIFTY HOWL--' ING DOGS IN MADISON SQUARE. GENUINE FOETRY, I'lctmes NttwithstanJing the Poet is Without Educa tion or Culture, Some Western Geniuses. if AViiinrn'it l'ols iinil Hfuii'a l)c- frnilcM ltuiichiB I'roni I.loii-llUo Stiistln to Toy Terriers. 'Olnu's licit rrlciiil.' Corrvspoiidence.l New XonK n" 7. The Wort minster Kennel club have been holding their ninth nnnual bench show in Now York. Why o dog show U cnllcvl n Iwuch show is something your corrwpomlent has never yet Ixvn able to And out. We might lw told that it is the log tiro Lvpt in cngt'i that arc mostly rnugwl upon benches. Hut so nre cabbages nnd squashes at n country fair. Nobody ever calls n display of squashes a Lene'i show. I glvo it up. Thero wero UuO dogs ou exhibition this year nt the old Mrulioii Square garden. Thoy nre (Spoctal le-cna- o honor of bis taking tho prize. Kobo is tuo years old. For tho llrsi iar of his life ho lived only on rico and n certain gratod Qsli lmportoil from Jniviu. lie lias n soft, pretty cont that hks like a Japanese carv. tng in Ivory. This U tho king of tho pel dogs. Ho is already known to fame, liavlng appeared w itli his master la the ojwras of "Olivot" and "Btllee Taylor." Moreover. J K. Emmet, tho actor, wnutod to buy him. and olTeixl $1,500, hlch his mistress refusod Fancy it. xi Waoos Mound. Mora. Co , Nbw Mixtco, May, Te the Editor of "iniiunim iiit,i ''ifufiiimiiffiiiiiiiii ISSo Fur a seat far Mm hick o' the throne And I'll bet iny whole stack that the bo'll bshava II jer angels jlst let htm alone. There's nothing bad 'biut htm unless he gets riled The boya'll all bsck me In that But If any one treads on his corns then you bet He'll fight at the dron of the hit JUtdju'tlet tho angels run over him, Lord, Nor shut off all to once on his drink; KmiU htm la kla ler gsntle and mild on the start An' hi'll tuiie yoa no trouble, I think. An 'ciuldn't you give him a pick of old cards to a .uuse hlmie'.f ones In a while But I wirn you right here net to bet on h'.s gains, Or ho'II get right away wl h yer rile " Measts. Hay.--, Har'te aod Miller will have lho Interior Journal. Oaetf the character.) indigenous in tie Crawforii, western country i Cait. or as ho is generally called "Captain Jack," and whoce friendship I have formed since my arrlvul heri over n year ago. He is a poet, scout, actor, miner, ranchman nnd now past trader and postmaster at Fort Craig and abou the last specimtn of ihe kind that the world will ever see, a tto occasion for their production has happily paased; no Indian wars, no fifteen hundred mSlM from civ lization. ccc. At me nrsi glance his lens hair and Byionic collar would cause a feeling of contempt, but his clear, blue eye, and open handed acticn, disarms you of drel impression vir; quickly. He was the noble Castei's favorite ecout and who found his remains afier the massacre by the terrible Apache Indians. He has written some vety pretty vewea aid I feel convinced that you will appreciate his original but nrrque staczw entitled "Kittlloc JoeV Prayer" upjn tue death of his friend Monte Bill, at Cinboo. Rattli.no Joe'h Prayer. "IUtllng Joe was the next ol the i pakers An' Joj was a frlenl of the dead , The aalt water stool In tils peepers An' then are the worJs that he said: Mist give tlm a corner gool Lord nut oa stocks, Kur I aint uch a durned fool as that To ax je for anything worldly fur Bill Kasoye'dput ms up then fora flat. I'inUiton taerulesofyoiirgini9.bat I'll ax Jci beautiful creatures, except the bull and pug dogs. These look as if thoy had been hit n "bat" In tho noo resjioctlvely, whilo they wcro young and Fofr, nnd their nots had been punckccl in nnd got dry that way, nnd had remained fo ever since. IIowoTer, there oro those who consider tho pug a model of doggkh leauty, and bus onl klw nnd cnddlo htm ns if ho wasnbaby. Yousco how it is In the picture. MOURTIII.no TO U3VE. hatred. Tho immenso value set upon those blooded canine Is another point that will Impress itself. Thoy sell fur as much ns a likely slavt would hnvo done in the old timex. From $500 to $1,000 Is no unusual price at all to be paid for ouo of them. Finally it is surprising, glanoing ovor the catalogue, to Unci how many of flue dogs aro owned by women. Next to woman, man loves a horse, but next to a mail uomau loves a dog. Is it not so.' and second prize in this claw ncro taken by dogs lolonj(iug to women. On entering tho ganlen you were apt to imagine you were in pandemonium. Hucli n At our I remises mllo fi ua Tutuersvllle at UN houllng, yelping, barking and wailing as to Insure living colt thero wnsl It was absolutely iudexrlbablo. uormt. ii. a. X- Amid tho din ono could distinguish a deep baying that had n sort or fearful sound. It camo from tiio mnsUlT kennel at tho north side. Tho martin U tho must lion-llk- o dog of all. His face, with Its watchful eyes and Iti The line Imported Norman stallion will mako the deep, hanging Jaws, Is full of expression, both season of IMt nt UiesUOle uf J. M.Wray, at "I'lnk of Herceueis nnd majesty. Tlw mattllTs are Cottage," l'i miles from Stanford, tremendous insiio. They weigh sometimes AT $15 TUB SISANOX, as high as 350 wunils as much as two small Oa 16 to Imsirh x Colt, men. They aro of n dun color with black around their Jaws and fncos, and are smooth Champo 1' a ilark gray, tT'ihands hUh, wolgfes WE WILL 8TAND OUK ypXlSTJH 3"j&.GJE2L1 1 ji-s- m j. f. The Mirror is no flatterer. Would you make it tell a sweeter talc? Magnolia Halm is the charmer that almost ohunts the looking-glass. CHAMPO ! and Is 5 years tHd the 3tHh nf May He Is of tlee style and action, boi In the loins, well rlblod and Urge body, wllfe f nt boulders: lieodand neck well set on. He was Co., of Uleosa-lniiloImpnrteil by I). W. Stubblefleld 111., Scpleinlwr II, ISSi. We will alto stsnd at the Mine plsee our fine young Jack, 1,600 pounds next W u th) This Is the poodle, tho sweet little doggy AVith Ids silken velvet tho ladles love. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. cushion bo is n ivgular dude of a dog in fact, only khvuu! to tho real ilude in tlu Managed by no. B. Fish. alTectloiu of tho ladles. Ills cushion is crimWe bare had thr.'o bltlBg frosts In suceenlon. son, yellow or blue, to suit hLs comitloxion, Alex Poteet was rItsq three tuontlu In tbe and Is trimmed with ribbons to match. Ho has silken hangings about his gilt cage. Ho couuty Jail for petty larceny. eats the choicest cake and tho most exiMiislvo Krery one Is rejoiced at tbe action of the I'ro-Mcchocolates, anil lias nothing to do but look in rluln to appoint James IllacUmrn beautiful and bo petted. in tho Lexington district Very nice, uo doubt. But somehow thero ST We bad Hi ptetiure ofnitlMit a very utee din!s a pervenx) kink In my soul. Whenever I ner yesterday by W, J. Neweomb In httior co a pet dog taken up Fifth avenue lu n car- of his ISth birth dar riage for an airing I lamnit admire him as I Mis. Dr. W. I MeKee. ot t'lttman, Klarlda, aught to for thinking of the human babief passed through town Friday on her way to Lon that aro beaten aud starved and strangled don. She will visit friends at this plaee this iiul drowned every day in this Lou ling, wetk. Mrs. 8. W. Pails went to Land n Saturday wicked city of New York. I'm not a very CTenlni;. Willis Adtins, Jr., of Paint Lick, la In jood sort of person, either, but it nlwayi town r. Mr. Jael Cooper, of Lebmou, visit leems to me that a rich woman who will love ed Irlenda as this place last week. ind pet and pamper a dumb dog, lntoad of 3ne of the-- outcast babies, will have a kind Df sin to answer for, somehow. RAILROAD J nt sln s P n AJDQUESTION. BABT MINE. SO pugs in hit kennel at Long Branch. Thero are tyma 40 varieties of the dog family represented in the show. Hero is the poodle, who is all hair, and tho little Mexican dog has no hair at all Hero is the mastiff, who is all Jaw an ironjaw, too, it looks like; th Newfoundland, who Is all brain, tho pointer and hounds, who rue all uojc, aud tho finll pup, The Llucoiu Couuty Court at Its April term, 193, made an order submitting to the qualified voters of the county, at an election to be held In tbe several voting precincts of tbe ciunty, on Kill' tinlitu, Jiau Of i, 185, the following quts-tlo- Iloston Is a beau is I.UIiik tlful black, KVi hands nlib, was I.Mled November 1I20 flie SciiNon or to IiiHiiro. West Eml, be bv Warrior, Ms 10. IST9, aud Is by Orsss furnished at U r month. Due csrn will h dam by Jim l'orter, first dam Hhoo Fly.by a be tsken to present accidents or iicapos, but will and Warrior Jaek. rates, but will not Is) retpvusthle should any ocrur. Pastuie furnished at and 1'idlgree -- Nubby Is a Jet black not I repunslble for anldeiits sho Id any occur. 18 MiMl'.V' WAKKFilil'ii. with star In lotehead aud two whlto feet. iwnyhands aHi 1 Inch hlgk, tine nuue and tall, leg, gool, bosullful h,adad uuk, cxcollcnt shoulder, bark and loin In fsct, faultless In symmetry, and will guarantee Ibcredoein't Use a stallion miiisJ ot a lietter dlsosltlon, and these iualltles he As an evldeneo thai to bis progeny. lie will crosied on Mycelebratrd salJle horss breeder, On Time, goo.1 produe very list herses when very speed-limsresls tbe fact that some of his will make the seawtn of IMS at my stables nest the cojts have nolhtnc but a tslr Wallace dam to 4 uillosfrotu Shelby City, at Knob Lick pike, rcwminend tbem. This ol Itself Is conclusive tliespsvdc $10 to Insure a Colt till weaning time proof that or.Nitliliy Jrms from J the slrn. Nobby Is tbeslie rerorl 7J'4, sold ts W. C. tMr. of iiIjIo fir tiKOO. Onsof Ins colls trot-le- ,l bands high, biy, OnTlniele a last ressvn with very little handling In '236. with well nromvrtloiwd lorm arxl niutclei Ha was Ncl.br sired by iisrrsrd Chief Bsslt sired by blonewali Jaekson be by Washington Duke Msiulnlno llll'l'r 2 3ri. lied Crook IVnmaik, dam Fancy by llelshnair. (jarrard blsfby .Mambrlnu 111',, Hill .Up J I will also stand at tbe same place the well known Chief, sire of ldy Thorn. Z IS'-i- , Wtlford Mam- Jack, biinoi'ii.ana ssversiotners in tbe 2 89 list, 1st dstn br Kunk.iddsm l.y Autas 3tdsmby .VC'K HAWK, OLI tth damby fiouielr. Nobbv's dsiu a tberougbhred msie, salJtotM) by Imp Tranby. , And two young Jacks, 1'arttPg with msrrsshsllferfrlt thelnsurance la V. I.. VIIOW, IIEMilUCKS AMI PHIIsTIIOSirSOX. all caws. Slsnf.ir.l.Ky. I wltlaifcistaod a PISE YOUNK JACK ihst Phil Is 1 harxls, thesis of the old Jsck. t hands. Old UlacV Hawk and l'hll will be teriullled toserve a mares at 110 slaixl at 9 1 0 ant Iteadrlcks at (i 13, on the same tolMwre. This Jack will be a years old the 7th nl ilepWwlier, Isrully IS hsads bWh. He vas slrel terms as tbe horse. Lion held on all colts lor the payment ol the by tkejstk that was sold by W. L. Caldoell for season. Mares traded or removed Utere losllng tf.lW and was taken to California. He is a bait time wakes the reason due and must ls pskl All brothrrotlbe l,lu0ound Jack owned by Mr. PeyC. L. C. rare and attention given to promote success and ton Embree llaUlo for accommodate uiypattoas, buiata anyacclJents. LEVI M'Hilt.R. At 810 for BOSTON! foil. The slreoftr llers and rosJsters and hwt l.incv n Eastern hurses tliau any other and tl In Kent'iikr, will tnski the season of JSW four tulles we- - u' Hl.im J, til re. Ily on the Ktiob Lick pike, and will he permitted to serve mares at theextremely low price of stal-linm mi s Msm-nioi- "ON TIME! 1 lutsrl-blyitiiar- ts st . li',. i, III 1 hn-drlcks- ls fwgl 4 ii (l-l- f) Mr. Jolm Hoey has about flU'.V Ti. j. . i. Lti't I n 1 1 to paM when tney read tbe praver. Hi recite very feelingly, anU nts lot none ot its charms when he pealed it for me. $pgQ t". f ST. BER.NARD. jua-tar- " re- "Custau." There's aispot lu tbe woodland My SeWt lODgs to eee, Where ftreamlets are dancjnz With laDgbterlandglee; 3Sm tgPftk Where the swTe'airodlH And t!je dallies are seoa And the deer loves to sport On Its mantel of greeu." The singular part to me is that Captain Crawford never attended school a day in his life and ye', his bok of poems has Whi'e prosy many beautiful gems itnit oaKelves, we think weXsie an exquisite sentiment in hie lice'. "Is there no poetic beauty In these simple sangs of mine? Must a man be born In collrge, Ere he dares to torm a rhyme? Though his toul dictates the tnuilc, Yet his words uncouth and plain Must not find a friendly we'eome From tbe learned men of brain." By the way, same of tbe Mexicans even rcscuo lelated and freeiing travelers in the snow tornii on tho Altsf Very 'oll; here you seo ono of tho same family. Thoy and the Newfoundland aud th.i mastitts are thj uiot magnificent specimen of the cnn'iu tribe. Observe, tho St. Bernanl is so trill that the top of his head reaches ntwvo the man's wait. Tlie color of th1 St. Bernard is tawny, like a Hon, with whlto sjwte. Sometimes tho tawny tint Is so dtcp a to be brown, aud there Is occasionally one brindled and spotted with black. There are two kinds, tlw rough and smooth-coatid- . The one in tlw ORETIIOUND AND HULL 1)00 HEADS. illustration belongs to the rcugb-ooatowho has n at all, seeiniuly, but Just 8 family. wickel-l(X)kiii- g muuth and teeth, bat reIn the next picture U a good specimtu of a mind one of an Irishman in Nast's cartoons. cruootb coatoci St. Beruani. The prizo bull puj in the collection is "Satan,' who looks enough like his name to b it, ex ccpt that lio is white instead of black, th orthodox color for such n.s he. He Ls 11 months old and valued at t.V0, which li He looks the very bost cheap, cousidoriiig. of wickedness, does Satan, as if saint or sin uer would hnvo a tough time in his clutehe Here noxt you see the You remember the brave dogs that ud U " Whether the county of Lincoln shall Issue bonds thousand to an amount not exceeding twcnty-Bv- e dollars on tbe credit and responsibility of tbe whole county, to be expended In acquiring title t or tho right of way over a strip ol land through the county ot Lincoln, beginning at or near Stanford or Rlcbiuend Junction end extending tbrnee westward!? by or near to Hiulonvllle to tbe Casey county line, upon the general width of not ware feet, and such additional grounds than seventy-fiv- e as may be needed for that purpose and such land at dtpol bulldtegi, Stanford as may be needed machine shops, round bouses water supply and such other buildings and structures as way be useful tosald railroad, end te permit the eaunly to dispose of sakl proper y when so aequlivd to said Ualiroad Company upon such reasonable terms and Insueh imnner as to compensation aa way be atfrerd upon by sakl eounty, through Its sold Itsllroad Coupaay, as permit trd by an Act of the Orncral Awesably of Ken This naeyouag saddle stslllua I bsve concluded to letterre a limited smaibsrot saares at the low prlre of GILT J1DGE! TIBIST IDOXili-A-KS ui.f; "iMuo.QranH Itoulo." Shortest and Quickest Route from Oeti tral Kentucky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Line ntween I fr ivv iio-m- t d tueky, entitled 'An Act to amherUs Uneoln (ounty to raise meney to rid la the eannriscUea of a rallrasid through sM cestHty, apprsmd May This flneyowng ajark will also make Ihe sosion 1, ISM" one mile fresa ksosiford of IMS at sir The undersigned were appolateil acowwltteeby I be KustonviilepUe, at tohat the above statel theCurtddtM-et68 to Insuro a Living Colt. action of the Court published ter the lasermstlan of tbe voters f the eounty, and we have adopted dol. Hlve Wslker Is a hrewu wills while gou.1 IS mmI aid by tbls method of rerfurmlng thatduty. Jack l bsnds high, I veri of tho Btt'St boned Jarki In weu sol one ") J. Blais. IUs sctloSM like a bocse. u,ukL and sviie. Tuos. W. Varnox. VCotosiiltti. us w wt! ptroilwi uottoaMaln II jou J April 10. J. N. MxRKriK. you long ua tne Jack's secouat II. FMIUIH. V. A' II i CATAUltll CUHKI). health aad sweet breath secured by Hhtloh's Cstarrh Itesurdy. 1'rlee 50c Kar sale by I'enny A ilcAllilor. eve: known in any coualry, Cabkse's OM Lrxtngtea.a horse tbat has ukssi Mere peessituius thsn and got wore gotM borss tbsn any ksown horse; any horenaB will Ml yosi so, therefore we i sstouM Bui lei me strains i m lundoou. HIsMdam was by I'aulkstor's .! says be was Anerlra. L'tle l'eier snlrr brw-le- r lb ever sukxI lu Boy le county, iniru dsui by Tayloi's Mossgrhorse n .m.Ki lorrbr nis.lnc bliu la the beads of lewf good saddle bono hub, eolr to stvsdy blm In Hlscsus, tor tie oat m uiuinj . i in Pihll.lt hlraat tbelalrs. (.Ill K4e U l sears iM this gnrlnz. dark Ur or brown. lW hands hlih sda period iulel in tetw He was sired by one ol lis oid obi Iosssrk hwlly, Lvi Hubbies Ou Tltue. Iitdssa by ooeol tbearsadest Which mosey I wU expend oa his eduetllM after t.t IsEXIXUTOX A CICIX.'V1?I ricbrdule la " EtTecl Oct. IS, ttSI ." "" sr tr j , i "FT "S"n ie.'i v L' ""S r is iifi:;i!fS fj.! i ' 2 i , . i I. . i i I ' ? I i - STEVE WALKER' l, J. vssvii iFiisai II i ! ! f I : i ! I ! ,'iii4-s!!as- ar j ! J -- tWM iiii iesii sie 0liM ! S3 MM I I , si s ? , u '& ;;k s n i ol-- y. 'ii ,: I : i If' ill I iSlM If sir,-- . o)$ tt -- 4SS J. ttxss.sl I3SZS3B 1 astM j : 5IB- - j ! VX.SS!sSiS EE " " I V. EE'EIBIE so yet plow with the top, around the horns of the oxen instead of using the yoke. The plow is all wood and cat from n forked tree. The women do the plastering amongst the low claw if Mexican and they make the wll and floors of the nboda houses smooth and nice, but it. is not only an odd, bat cruel sight to me. We witne'e i a finrtl procwion in Sjcorro that "is not h nccirUuce with the Km rru cui ui. Tnwciid was in plain .i iB t vi i put in i expren w.)ii and be the side t the drrnr eit a nun playing t lirely air oa the violin, whi two men sat in the rear of tbe acon with ttioir leg danjling d wn, cbnttini: and laughing ae if going to a iKcce. Ah, well, it Abetter to laujjn than be sizhing. A your section is largely interested in the cattle busioes, wilt write soon giving fulf information on this important point. A. G Stalnakek Truly yours, 1 DACIIHIIUXD. It Is a favorite German breed of dogs "Dachshund" is n word meaning much tin same as "hou.sn dog," but it is applied to i particular species. Die animal is a brains, dog, with forelegs that look liku u twir o stove legs. Dog breeding is becoming a more and mon favorite and protitnliJo occ ujKition in tin eastern states Siicclmens from many differ ont kennels are nt tho exhibition. The prin cipal ones uro the Westminster, Ajhmout Neversmk Ixlge, Cranmoor, Honiiltase am Winlnwn kouuels. From Massaehusett' comes tho Kilmarnock collio kennel. Tli collio is tho famous Scotch shepherd dog. Man. A Louisville girl who was visitinc here a iiort tin e aao scored a nig-n-h youog society uiumph iv. r man of i niacin. They ere sitting on a sjU toother hdiI the coovtr'ation he nlloed hi trnj to gradually wsis , fail down uutii I e hd it armnd She arose very it dinant and te ninde He followinc explanation aud spolrgy: of I bote you will not ihmk All the his It is jut a way I h.ve Memphis boys set the fame way, and ynu will hve to get ured to it I hope you will not take any cfTence at it as it's just my way " Sheleft the room lut tame bsck in a few minutes with a married friend and Bat down on the eofa aain. Soon ehe began to yawn and give any ostensible proof of being thoroughly bared. Finally he aald: "I'm dreadfufly sleepy and I hope you'll offeme at go home. You mustn't take any girls act the eanie this. All the Louisville way. You are oxceediDgly tiresome and you had better go homo at once. Don't be oflended at this. It Is simply a way I -rI1"-gren- d r The Louisville Maiden and Mem-rut- 9 mj in f" f4 &: j3g; COLLIE. vAJv Mrti KA T..ijbm PJL - thani all together. At night the faithfu croaturo brought them home, unaided nm alone, to tho shecpfold. Then tke hurried a fast as she could to her own babies, fron which the had lxHn wparnted all day. Sb did not even stop to oat her supper first Thero wan bomethlug so very' human ubou tho thing. Thi.. is a very jraul illustration of tho typo Thoy aro now largely employed on our owi western plains by the great sheep herders On cue immen.o ranch I know of a braveoh femalo collio that was accustomed tobetukei out with tho Hock in the morning, leuviuj Iter litter of puppies at homo. Hho watches tho sheep oil day, gave tho frisky young ono a nip when they tried to stray, and kep ing. -- Memphis Sunday TimeH. lie stood net upon the order of his go W. W. Cole, the prince of modern showmen, estimates his adff rtleirjr expenses for ska mmid of 1835. at the enormous sum of $1130.000. List year, upward of $100,000 wasthu epent, resulting in a season's profit of nearly half a million dollars. Mr. Cole THATHACK-INGCOUObelieves in tbe eflicicy of printer' ink cured br Hbll. h H A "cuuiilng" llttlo creature around whic) a great crowd gathered was "Kobe," a Jap nnebo spaniel, and tho prize dog in his class Ho belongs to Mrs. Eugono Clarke, wife o the tenor. He isn llttlo black and whiti follow, with tho well known crescent mark upon his nose. Ho took lira prize nt a sliaw of mnuteur don, to to speak Now ho is entered as a regular piofesslonal Kobe sloop Jn n silken draped and cushfono: cage. Below him hangs a baket of flower fccutby Marion Booth, ulecoof Kdwiii Booth blue-llood- applied. s eile by I'cuay & MeAllster. turn. cin be so quickly We Kuarantee It, For . bLEF.PLBSJ NIOHTi luide Miserable by that terrible cough, tthllob's Cure Is the resuedy for at isr slahles.Jk Will snake the season of l you. Kor sale by I'enny .1 Mc Ulster. miles south of Husioavllle. on th llutlonrille A IJbertv rosd. AMstlsh Dteneo Is by Joe Klsno, Better than She Expected. No. S0, tnsl JJT, record ? W. Jo 1!1mo Is the sold , record ' Your letter received. In ruidy I aui happy to sire of D. C. 8 winter.) 2 Hl, lll.CSSsJVJ: lur Kvlw rcorJ 2 pot say that Parker's Ilslr Italsam did much mjre for IJ.ooO the record XUasdMsrk Wakefield, paeer, we than you said It would or thsu 1 ixpeiled. trial la 2 30. Jo Unto Is by H EIm, n.S; (by Alexander's AbdalUh. IS) holy KysdjkVa 31 y hair hss not only stopped falling out, lut tke 10. Jo Elmo's Isidaiu by Msnibrlno bsld spots are all covered and all ray hair has Messonger, No. (ilearo's 1st dsui Msttle H. grown thicker and more lively thsn It was before by Willie D., br Korelgusr, br Inip Olejwn) 1 " Thank yoc again and dam Betlle C . by Cmnisghsiu's Cpir Boltofu; my sickness year sgo ii by Imp. Buiaard, IMPERTl.NEXCE AMD DIQ.NITY. again." Extract from letters of Mr. It. W. T. SddsinMlnervsDuoeno. dim btsrIUbt br Chero- Willis It.'s Notice the niyal indirTerosiee of the great West Md street, New York. ken,(byluip Ptssso AWsllaUOIeoeo's rolu are St. Bernanl to tho yapping little terrier. fine and lar and good meverj, both siddle and A dog circus and dog procutsloii in tho ring harness. Ihaveoneuf bis colls that trotted l.JW Positive Cure for Piles. circle at tbe raw ol 2 10. timed ysrdson a in tho evening was one of the attractive featTo the people of this county we would ssy that Hustoavtlle, Ky., without any ures of tho show. The iiorfartning dogs w ere wnhave been given the agency ol Dr. Marehlsl's IiyU. M. (livens. l.ave another Is about si handling; I also troitln remarkable When tho grcAt mastitis aud Itallaa Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed good, llerelsacomblnatleu of the ANIstlah GlenInextstenie St. Benianls and Newfoundlands uud tall to cure or mouey refunded Internal, External, and ninulugcroe training but trotted on Huteh-lag- s co lis hat but little hound were brought out trottel nromid Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Prlco 50 ceats Boyle county, ky , which Topes tha ring by tholr chains It somehow made atox. No cure, no pay, I'enny A MeAllster, Is tenA sccon Is trsck iu t IV (six weeks or two slow, la you tliln'i of stories ot tho old Ilomau amphi- Druggists. months handling ) Mr Pop says be showed a siddlo He Is also a 2 V) gait rmiueiuly. theatre. horw aad bis colts almost Invariably shiw saddle Daughters, Wives and Mothers. qualities. 1'etsoos wishing to brevl will do well We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marehlsl's to examine mr none and com iiewre riyum He Is a Iwoutlful Mowo. LIS bands ebewfceto. a female remedy, to cure Female Diseashigh, superior 'Kin and uiustle. Stands lor in es, such aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and small sum ol or Slt.Ztt tlir SfamoitI will aim stand Ulceration, Falling and dlsplaccmsnt or bearing to inmn-f- tfO Ui'tltU down feeling, Irregtlarltllos, Barrenness, Change my Jack, of Life, LeueorrhoM, besides many weaknsw sprlnglug from the above, like Itcedicbe, Bloat-ludpinal Weaknjes, ttlecplessneta, Nervous de- At tin lii Insure. Bob Mi Is I'.', hsnds Mswu-N". dot bility, Palpitation of the Heart, .to. For sale by brown wlib iueir mn aaJ lie Kol.lusms Liuim I'iBipl.sll isk,he by the druggists. Trices SI and II Ml per bottle. S.cU em, ly lil. Mauiuioiti. Imp, but or to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. Y., fur pamphlet, freo. Not for isit with me will I well carol for ou rea- by IVnny A. MeAllster, Druiulsts. Tor sale iiuiii terms sobable 'f ll l'..J'm' K. "1IANO IIA.fn II His Loss was Her Gain. This liandsDiiM fellow is aillwl "Hang Bins' said a faiblonsble phyiielan to 'Well, ma iMcaiiie he Is a bird He in one of tin n wealthy lady itttirul. If you don't like luy prefamous xiuters of the country, IiiixjrUc scription, perhaps you had lisittrr try l'arkst's from England, Ho is four years o'd, hai Tonic or some oilier ijuaok stutT" "You don't won a number of puppy prizes iu England mean it, Doctor," she nnworel. but your advice Belgium nnd Germany, and two b.g ilrt maybeg'Od for alt that. Sometimes what j ou prizes slnco he got his growth. In tho uaxl call 'quack stull' la the U'lt and most scientific Dount Manley.Bib I'ate, cage to him snooze "Seti'atloii," an ok medicine, after all." She got a bottle oi Parker's 6lreof Emma make the seiion ui Florentine. stai Us will it my pointer of 11 years, who has taken hovot Tonic and It cured her if neuralgia arising from Ac, Ac. near ijisnlord, Ky., prizes 11 in England nud IB in ths Unitec disordered stomach and nerves, hhe I old her States. "Soe tho nose of him," said nu en AT T.VKXTTf IIOIsLAHM. nnd now they all keep a doctor at home In tliuslatlc horUman of "Sensation." r3un friends of Parker's Tonic. the form Kt Martin Is one ol the most distinguished sons enough, it is a no3 for ueus, deciiledly. lunng gool racss over good of Imp I'lioetou. Following is tho picture of an animal whicl hiis.atalldistsi)ces, and n few ol his olts on KllKK U1STUII1UTIO.V. lh front will bo now to most readers, probably. It ii thetuifln " What caiik-- the great rush nt Mcrioberts & son, Doubt, tsal were all seen at year olds ol Ills the wasuneol the btst i. tho Jtagg's Drug Store" Tho frco distribution of tmuple hi. M..tin ii the liljlint tviMbf a thoroiiiL- high, $f ef- - . 16 hands bottles of Dr. Bosanko's Cough und Lung b) nip, tlio broil horse, standing over and combines ss a most popular Vcmcdy for Coughs, Colls, Corisuiiiptlen dldly proiiorliopivl, kind and Ismb America. By Imp. the best blocd ot Eoglaud and Bronchitis uow on tho ;uatU-t- . Ilcgulsr site CO I'haeton, BrstdaiuTokiy ly imp. loiasiure; seccents and 1.00. ond dam Miss Martin, by Garrison's Zlngsnee, (sonof Sir Archil, third dsui (abrle!la by Hlr Archyj fourth dam Calypso, ny iieiair; mm uaui as aoou. (dam of Contention) by Imp. Dare Devi : si xtli dam l'icadllls, br Many unscrupulous dealers mny tell you they have dam Byrnes' Wilrialr; sevsuth eighth dam (lodol-phtBall A Macklln's IVranauglitt remedies fur Coughs and Colds equal In merit and In ninth dam by Imp. Hobluob; leulh dam by every respect Just ns good us tbo old reliable Dr. Imp. Jolly Banger; eleventh dam by Imp. allant; Is seen bis Bosanko Cough and Lung 8yrup, unless you Insist twelfth dam by Tryall. Thus It fountain that was that blood Is enriched from the suae upon this remedy and will tako no other, you aro Lexington, tbe great race horse and greatest of liable to bo greatly drccltod. Trices, 03 cents und sires, and Olencoe, Yorkshire and Phaeton renowned In tho turl histories. I havo put hit ser11 00. Sold by Mellobcrts & Etsgg. vices at the loir tlgurra to oblige my friends and neighbors and to Justify breeders nt a distance In sending to blm, and would take a few goud uuree CUltK FOR 1'i.L.Kh. I will also stand at the same placji on tho shares oj'Ji&Sal ltei-SSniea aro frequently preceded by n seiiw of mvIkIi my combined horv. In the back, loins and luwcr part of tho abdomvn, canting tho patient to siippoto haliss somenrTrctlon DEERIIOUrtI). of tho kidneys or neighboring orgnns. At times, It is tho lai'Reit ot tho tribe, except tin symptoms of Indigestion aro present, as tUtiilmry, And my Normau horse, bloodhouinls. It has a very long, sharp nose. imeatluess of tho stomiuh, etc. A moisture, lll.e In color it In usually a brindlo gray, ni.il it ii ptrsplrallon, proiluclnga ery dlsngiteublo lulling, much more Miay than tho other hounds. aftir gi'ttlng warm, Is n very common ntteud.iiit. It has n very sparkling, enthusiastic oye. Blind, lIl.XMlIng mid Itching I'ilt-- yli Id at once to the $12.50 TO IXttVKE. Tho tlcerhounJ is almost as tall as tho UL. Grass and (eel furnished at reasonable rates, bu Beruani or tho tnastilf. Largo as hols, ho It application of Dr. Bosauko's Tile Jleuicdy, which acts any occur.. a creat favorite with ladles. Both tho first directly upon tbo parts affveted, absoilhig the no rivponslblllty for accldsnts should Tumors, allaying tbo Intento Itching and alTsctiiign rl also have for s.ile 17 j earllng Mutes and If) examine the label on which your name permanent cure. Trlco 5C cents. Address tho Dr. tbaroi tjhbretl CalviM Is printed nud remit us the amount you owe if Bosanko Medicine Co., I'lqua, Ohlr Sold by Meltob-srt- s N. II. UA VG1I3IA X. Ktaufjnl, K.y. (U-t- f you are lu arrears. & fctag n. tthor-....Ki,d Abdallali Glenco ! ir-- sr s s r e s4B rT T tt ;;3ax; B B S B l.il l1' tAMUH I : I I xn i ' '"I'i'ij'il M MI ? iSSSS 5 3 3 B I at ? J 3 B E 3 i . H s , lililii ?h ,PEE32S;SJ UIIU M a a' L i tbt lst rlrst-cls- it S '!'! I M ? 'S ,3339' ..SMM TT'SS-S-J srj "J 'BE UU rjM V3 al ;? Uu.i..a:t s 9 si iiii'; in (a j 'i Ml P g E33B3S.EB b3be:bes?bs sscscss b'sstj n n n I f as. a g, . 1 .. f.Ji. dr. '.,' Stallions for 1885. ST, not via Wlnchestar anJ l'arls Trsln No n Is dally exiept Sunday bet wn Jngta and Parts, but Is dally from laclunall to n.HUATIIsT Uxlnxton and Paris- -- No. SJ. dally txeept leave Paris s 20 am; arr Loxlngtou 9 10 a m. No , uauy siri-inunuay, leava Xxlngloo ao I'.asi; srrlse 1'aris i IS p in. I Fssi Line Nn. S and t run via Winchester. Solid Trslns, with I ulliusn nleoplog Curs hetwet vi.niiiuau aon iiicnmona, a, ami Wlncheitet arl Washlngl. D. C. Through Uriels and baggaga checked to any distlnatlon reachol by s rsllioad. a. F.,11. MOUSE, W. II. WHITTLE8BY, rwKr, rni irav.i sh Ageui, Corllik'Iim kf. Islington, Kr C. W.SMITlf, 11. W.HLfEu; Mennrai Msns;er im. Ia Ar - ...8TL,c'""T",nNo,SrHn,Jllr lra" Knexvllle, iMnchester and Lexington to CovlasHoo. Trsln No. I ruf-- via Ixlngton urnl l'arls, ami s Ix. Hun-da- y, f XTCARTIIff, - !' s r& ALLEWS OENUIKS ORIGINAI. 5e WEIIVE , BONK ii just i n: !. ni,m ure and 'I'iri .11, '' ii;.;."'",',"rh sc.i'.i ir.p,N, t.iutKin,til4 bores. " ,. xjir,i, MR s.llnsanil M.ier liii,y i. i, i nri lers nnd owners tl H'h i iiine'i.1 l. t ! ' o lr V. li'ttlli-- . !M , ii. A ,i jti ISM by I I lnrj lulls, "'.... Ui'iriirn , I'IIAh. II, nr i o k rn si,i,ii,ti.rHtriuii.( HnrHHis. My( "l ' ".VL.' .'J"'' I'nr inlr ,,,! nil?'llriiuulln.uu kid eN.hcratchea, (,rks Kllm in Ihe Kye. JhiIIiiUvii. I'rnp, r. ,Ki,e RiiilMnnn. N Hi..fiitpiiiniiii,o, '.'"' Iji r kiiimn II, rrin-nl- y tor mlWr lV a .Ssrv TOI2 abiailiam:, All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. PHIL SHERIDAN, s