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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886043001 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 1886 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. HKJIJBJBBBBHBIHHHHHHPP , t m r,1 (I. Semi HeeWl VOL. XIV. tSfBtfr mteftif amfmi I 35? t !V STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1886. NO. 120. E. P. OWSUB2Y. siFiEiiisrar uisrisroTJisroEavcEsisrT -- J. T. CRAXO. 03F1Kfft- ' OWSLEY CRAIG- - In making this announcement it affords us pleasure to state to our friends and the trade generally that we have in stock a most complete and attractive assortment of Buy CSoo&Sf) one we think that has no superior in Central Kentucky. Our goods have been purchased with much care and with a desire to please our customers, both as to goods and prices, in this Ave think Ave have been successful, believing that with our present stock Ave can please the most fastidious. It is impossible in an ordinary advertisement for us to mention the large number of things to be seen at our store; suffice it to say that it is the most complete stock ever exhibited in Stanford. B($tS &s Shoes In this line Ave haATe a very large and elegant stock, embracing goods made by some of the best manufacturers in the country, (Jug Bt$& of Gents' Furnishing Goods and Hats is very complete. Also a very elegant stock of Carpets, Wall Paper, WindoAV Shades, Lace Curtains, Curtain Poles, &c. OAVSLEY & CRAIG. Simi-SBttM- i! Inicriorlounrcl Tucmtitumnt rrlilav -- i'uhllnUeil Sa 1CU A.NNUM.CAUU. undented If w it credit that 11.50 will toil demndtt. U V. P. WALTON. COUNTT. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN Ktock The rtoclclioUivr of the Himoinllle Fair will hol.i a tueeilni; tomorrow, rreprtoi r to tl'tjr uw annual fxbibl-tlon- . To the City Council of Stanford. The undersigned, br resolution adopted at the regular uicetlug in marsh ISStI, were appointed a committee to atcertaia and report the financial operation of the Council einco June, 18S2, and the present financial statu of the citr of Stanford. They were unaToIdebly delnred in the preparation of tbelr report by reason of the absence of the Citr Te inner, but are now able to snbmlt the following report touching the matter referred to them. Thn monfljs recelred by the city ol Stanford from June, 1SS2 to Apr.l, lSSfl. from all sources, are ne follow: Balance oo band June, Ml, UcceWed from Licences,' lSW,-...I.S- rJ ' " " 14JI, ... " " " UJ.-- .. , . lSSJ,.... Rectlrcd from Taxes ? 105 street has been widened and straightened, and a large, durable, underground brick sewer built across it. All this has been dono outside the usuil expenses of police, street cleaning and repairing, Ac. It is thoutrht that the ordinarr revmues cf the city, incrcised as they are by these Im provement, will be amplv nufSsient with out increase of taxation to defray the or dinary exponas of the city government and to payoff the small indebtedness with in the next 3 or 1 years. Respectfully sub mitted, Jko. J. MoRouerts, 'Com' ttee. W. U. WHICH, DRIPPING SPRINGS. -- A REGULAR- - AVALANCHE OF BARGAIN STORE-ROO- M CROWDED-FLO- OR TO CEILING. Harin; been informed that quite a number were coming here on next Saturday to spend the day, I hereby invite all ii Mr. Wtllmu h wnnl it understood bSM I.5UW uho will conduct themselves In a proper day tin f.irrnl ormini; that ah will ii TIM mmner, to bring their dinners and spend S7V of hr-- stock, bat is ready la welcome all ISM....- the l.t day of May here, and make a reg lilt. ... 713 IB who come. bHTI J.03I75 ular rici.ic of it. lsM,.. gar to Jof And tho Prices named almost take your breath for Cheapness. Our sole ambition is to for rut: All lUl'l The from Flsti ItM Hi,... At night the place will be illuminated, will realise Km Diriii'r bonct'ln bit ,UlTrJ ' lady it tsj m and there will be a jolly, old fashion, counHer Iok led "beWde (he .tlli Water." IMI..... W'Ji try Dance in the new Ball room just com1644... . change o( name will be .lyaidesnt of the 311 SS pleted 61 09 IMC, kiasing plays, country fiddlers, and meltins iillifr.cn of tie btltuy spring. Received from Turnpike Dlrldeuds In the lots of pretty girls are the attractions. Now May no "win'er of discontent" erer chill 79 f.0 ... V.iri 1MI-S- I First-Clas- s who can stay away. During the last two their blli nir the penlal current of Proceeds ol bonJuoVI 1,000 (0 months we have rnd several of these parlies, ie ry howp of age Recited from rrprty owner, for their a ill','' umil ite 260 W and on everr occasion there has been perfect meat, built It city ! shall hate meltrd beneath the frrrid beams M0 00 ordor, and moro fun than you csu imagine. -- .. Roirowrd unct'itiled eHB'. cf an D G. Slacohtek. Our goods are the best and wo only know how to lead in LOW PRICES. We could never learn to follow. We !S,17I 47 Respectfully, -- Wb. Dodd and Al Una. G. M Glt-e- ns Toul IlK.!pU P. 8. Regular season opczs Juno 1st, want to achievo success by deserving it. Wo don't expect to get rich in a day. We almost swap dollars with our and J. W, Hocker ara al lxinjton at Tb tirndlturi for tU.eiui. 4rloJ hart been Grand opening Picnic June 5th. D, G S. customers, wo sell at so small a profit, still wo have no bad debts and find ourselves gaining in strength as a bufines3 leudlnz the home ealn fthlt serersl lioe u follow.: $ 703 00 1J53. House all tho time. of OOtttf, specimens of .lock. Freely Psscock is en- - For Eight Senators. isst, . 405 07 I Tho Calicoes and Cottons wo sell to our customers at 5 cents a yard aro worth that by tho car load, except tho thutititic orer lha laipreMlon made here The terms of eight Senators expire with ' " 18JJ,- -. . 213 00 diecount we get off for cash. br hit hone, HcklrRkiaui. G. M Given' IMS,... . 1C8 03 11,1412 this Congress. They are Hale, of Maine, w iMnlrnn ran sail von Shoes and Cloth nt? at a sav ne of from S3 to S5 over city prices. Our low prices on 183,..- - . I,tt92 baa almott wound up hi work a deputy For K.w atrteU, Edmunds, of Vermont, Dawes, of MassaShoes of every description aro tho marvel of the ago. All the fine Lace Curtains and beautiful Whito Goods that ISSI ' 1.87JS1 Mcmm Bmlth and Green hat. MeeMor will go, call at chusetts. Aldrich. of Rhode Island. Haw- ' 3,499 81 43149 1153,.... sold so low in tho auction will bo closed out cheap. If you pay cash and want to eeo how far a dollar returned from Cincinnati both active and ley of Connecticut, Miller, of New York, CO itii,.. 12 rerlottrtitAcet. cheerful. Dt. Brown will go to St. Lnul 42 tO Sewell of New Jersey, and Mitchell of 18,.. 73 00 ' 1S3I,...- delegate to the Amerlcau next week Pennsylvania. They embrace all the old ' 90 00 " 14J3,... Medical Ax'OclMion free States east of Ohio except New llamp 291 13 74 IS 18. We hie had a eei tiiou or two of late shirs. These eight Senators are all reTor Stretl Cl.tnlng atd the laU of which came off on Fridaj eren-in- g. 222 87 publicans. 1632,...- ratr. OB. W. B. PENNY, " The (tor ai related it about thin. A Do the democrats expect to capture any I8..... 22)82 Dontlst. RY ' 1SJ,.... 211 88 man Mint 75 or SO year, ol ace was in of these prixis next wintei? It is not so GHESAPEAK 8TANFOBDD, KY. i 2COS1 1S35, " Detlrlng to change my retldence, I offer for tale day pretty drunk. Oa bin town on that nm An T.n.tnr atrAt. next door to lHTS 91144 verv Ions aco when all of these States, ex 8 04 ISSfi.. . Kiox Jourmal office. Offlce hours from 8 to 12 A. way home he atnpped at a hcu.e where For new paTementi, croulng. cept Vermont and Massachusetts, were rep My Beautiful Suburban Home, Ken tuck ' poaEtouto East M, and 1 too P. U. Anesthetics administered whs 225 11 .J condemnation!, Ac, 1SJ1 necessary. there were none but women. There he got resented in the Smate by democrats. Add With 10 AcrMof Land attached, 1 mile west or 2J3 4J " " 1ESI,.... are the out; into noun ort of a row with one of the Washington, Philadolphln, and Lancaster. The houie Is good, so Terms epual New Hampshire to the list, thus increasing " IS,.... 1,83018 houses; there Is a good orcbard.de. Now York. girl. The mother runbed in armed with a 42J.47 2.2J2 2I it to nine, and it is but a short time since " 1851, to cash. Address me at Lancaster, Lock Box 30. Tho only line running 103-- lt hoe which the had been uiinK in the gar- FordlSVreoce between L. A N. It. It. It. II. XOEL. five of theso States were among the demoand McAlliLr In price of land at Iltch- den and felled the agreor by a well PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAIW cratic strongholds of the country, 97 50 CONTRACTOR & BUILDER blow nn the okull, after which ther raond Junction for DltUloa purjoits...- AND Do the democrats of to day propose to 88,182 27 abandon this ground to the republicans, proceeded to drub him centrally. It ia Total expenditure. SOLID STANFORD, KY. FROM aid he loU M only ere in the tualce and to announce to bis The editor is The outiLndlng lUbllltl.i of all drjcrlptlon are and allow them to elect the eight benators to the people of 8'anford and wrote 1r. is otherwise pretty badly damaced. m follow.: It would almost Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky., readers that Koin D. Plume, who dead. The Offers hla serrlcesaprlece and careful attention to the next Congreu? Tlclnlly. Long Bourne's tunny adrertlsements, Is to Washington Oity, N.000 00 Bonded Debt (or writing this column guarantee jsllslscilon. Building material of me large monies paid him so As the time draws near lor Connecting to the tame depot with An astrologer foretold the death of a lady Unpaid 6alarlei..M. description furnish! at low rates. 81000 stem brought on soltenlngol tho brain and hs died of of theie Ml 41 adjournment of the Legislatures " paulonalely loved. 8be for Now York. too much ssartneas. Claims General whom Louis XI. Past Trains Is determine!, howerer, to gWeuls Dr. Bourne 223 00 States, the drift of the talk on all sides apThe Direct Boute to customers the benefit of this large salary la pilces . did, in fact, die, and the king imagined Due T. F. Hill, for land taken S3 00 pears to be as to whom the republicans will Lrnchburs, Daarllle, Norfolk and all Virginia imuuc vciiiiug waa W. P. Walton, account for printing that the prediction of the ajtrologer 7 80 NEAR DEPOT. STANFORD, Due Cltr Treaiurer (bal.) send to Washington. Except a few feeble the cau.e of It, He aent for the man, In For tickets and lurther Information, anplr to Medicina, Fancy Article, Toilet Goods, Ju Merchandite, Spettaclei, Instruments, For Meal, Flour, Bacon. Lird. Sugsr. Coffeo. Buthints now and then about the remote poa your nearest ticket office or address w. w. Mon sie 3,910 21 tendine to have him thrown through the Total . Eggs, Canned Goods, Cheese. Bologna, Agent, Lexington, Kf. Jewelry, DolU, Lumps, Fishing lackle. Ra ter, sibllltles of getting democratic Senators in roe, General Molaues. JellT. PiMerres, Apple window aa a puniahment. 'Tell me, thou W.O.WICKIIAM, H. W. FCLXEB. Dtbtl due the city atd tciourcei: tors. Sponges, A'niiya, Paper, Blank Booh, Butrer, Mackerel, P gV Fet, dplce. Pepper, CloTes, Uen'l Paw'r AgH. Connecticut. New York and Now Jersey, 2d Vice Preildent, .Beans, and learned who pretendeit to be to clever Slates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mis Ginger, Tea. Cinnamon, Candles, Hominy,Lemons, flCS 00 Richmond. Virginia. P. Embree, for pavement, note Potatoes, Dried Fruit, Pickles, Oranfi. eight are audaciously claimed 47 01 the whole ed Faints, Brushes, Varnishes what thy fate will br?" The Booth-eaye- J. It. Alford and wife rarement, lien,.... Soap, Starch, a man, RaUlns,Tobceo, Clgsrs, Coal Oil, 4820 by the republicans with scarcely a protest Bluing, Vinegar In fact anything usually kept la lien.......... who luapected the intrigues of the t.lnraluCountr.rir.xent. Drug Store, all of a grocery. Foods d ell rered promptly to all pans ETerythlog kept In a 171 93 from their opponents. rresbyt.rlinchutcb, pavement, lien which Is new, freeh and superior, be has on of town. Country produoa Uken in exchance for prince, and knew hla foible, replied: "8tre, 200 00 hand a tloxeix Ilachelom, and will furnish goods. Giro me a trial and I will treat you air. Opera Home Llcen w Do the democrats, after a quarter of a any good looking lady who deals with htm with I foresee that I ahtll die throe dayi before Turnplke8tock In Stanford A Miuwge- lXMm choice or the lot. Watch this column for list of century's exclusion from power, hope to TUB OMAT 30J 00 your maJMty." Tho king believed tiim.l Till, road namea,orcallat ! resuscitate their party and rebuild It on Turn "Dike 8tock In Huntord .1 Lancaster and was c ireful of the utrologer'i Ufa. TRUNK I Bourne's New Drug and 4 Book Store, . . BVV vv solid and enduring foundations by a pusil- THROUGH U01U TO TUI 1,000 00 Tub Good Old 'Daa's. All the papeis lln.r. lloui. Stock lanimous policy, and by declining to grap400,00 PIANOS AND ORGANS. at rrcssnt ara talking about the deeoUtte Unpaid Taxei for 151 (about) ple with the republicans anywhere, and on 13,152 23 The fact ia the square neck toilet of Total dreai. all occisiont? WITH Meters. 8 B.A L J. Cook are Agents for the ay ii as nothing compnd with former 8 that it appear that the net indebted Hs President Cleveland no conception Pullman Palaoe Sleepers. John Church A Co. PUnoa ant Organs, which em- SBBiliSSSSSSSSMBSSSSSsfliBsHHBMl? brace 'be following most ezcell nt Instruments; fashions. The cossage since 1200 A. D, new of the town i but 5377 03. Tola, bow-ev- er, of the importance of these things to the Knab A Co , ILtxelion Bro , Decker A rioa and Ererelt Plauoi. Also. Cloujo A Warren and the riling and falling. In party j.ii. i.aun. has been periodically upon the aiMimption that the stocks democratic John Church A Co. Orgiai. Ta.e.4 Instruments (k. TTifiBili mntnrv Acnea Sorel is said owned by the city were worth psr, Theee There are millions of capital In this Ynritarll!n are most eacellem In tone, of great durability and to NllNllVillO. All of then, are warranted wedcfycoupetltloo. to hava worn costly gowns with trains K. Peony, point cf fact are of but little country locked up In fear of being boycottMemphis' for fire years. Reference' A. J. U. Moore Mrs. stocks in and E.M.Cirbenter,J. M. Philips, princess in the king more than nominal value. Nor are tbry ed in esse anv business enterprise be em- Atlanta, longer than any James Utiley. H tin for ; Mrs. ,Mag(le Holmes, go into the channels of Montgomery, "and her bosom bare to the likely ever to be sold. Omitting them barked in. It will Crab Orchard: Geo. W. J Landram and MUe Lis-adom, and trade when some assurance' it given that Huflinau, Little Bock, Misses RoteLncutr. Ky Ella Rimsey, assiswaist." It was the cuitom "when Madl-so- n therefore from consideration, the net In- right shall pievall, and that one man shall Richards snd antl New Orleans. tant sgenu. belles to drt--s debtedness of the city, floating and bonded, have as much right as another.-flnd- isn Mobile was President" for the Times. with similar freedom.-Memp- his 8(2,378.21. This is a gratifying exhibit, a polls Journal. floe Imported Norman sta'linn, wit) msko the Only one change to points In ! The seajouoftSS6at the stable of J. M Wray, at of in the past four tub P.P.V. EO. II. THAYER, owe Bourbon, la Mikins Its own wy to ft in view of the fact that miles from Stanrord' at ArbitrsUon "Pink Cottage, ' our Utm mjielf and wife -l.,.t ..I Tk liut Ihlnir Coc years all the permanent improvemenu Indiaxi; "Both I oflr for sslr my Farm ol 100 Acre, situ-au- d CUHE. For aals toBHILOH'fl CONSUMPTION uear Walnut Flat, Lincoln county, oa the Fifteen Dsllars the Season, the cltr Is likely to need for years, at M. L. Bourne's. Stanford A Crab Orchard pike, 4 miles from Stanareas nd the legislators! of th. .states I .a si HfHlalaLAt It d; Kskstn tsvl. ...! to loiurs a Colt. Chsmpo U a dark gray, ford and S miles from Crab Orchard. Tba land is Or ,...,...--.-neediABE YOU MADE mlserabls by Indigestion' do U to keep hands off. No leRUiauon as nTo ueeo bi.uo. condition, so abundance of water, 17K bends high, weighs 1,6 JO pounds and is six Chnrcn street has been Conttlpstlon, Dlzalneis, Lots of AppeUts, YsUow Seeking homes on the line of this road will receiTS in excellent spulous barn and sheds, Implsment. years old the ivth ol May next. Us U of Bne styls fencing good, It can do no good; It Oin not speed dened and psved. house, 4c, s para te, all new, built in ISM and 'S5. and actlcn, good In the loins, well ribbed and epeclal rates. pared: Loan ayenue BklnT Bhtloh's ViUlUsr Is a posltlTS cms. Fo head day wbso labor and capital will alike m.cadamLt.1 snd Company tor rates, routes CotnfoilabU dwelling 80 acres In wheat, 49 acres large body, with well shaped shoulder; W. Stub, sjarsee Agents of thli the aale at M. U Bourne's. well set on. He was Imported by O. graded and macadamlred. in oats and sowtd to timothy ant clorer. 20 acres accept arbitration as the one and only sen- - has bsen opened, WHY WILL YOU cough when 8Mloh'e Cure It. ISSi Terras and price bl field A Co.. "I BIcoralnston, III., t irMORE, O.P.AT.A.. for coroi rmelnder tu eraM. Whitley aenue bss been opened andbeay will gits Immediate rellel? Price 10c, SOc and It LouliTllle, Ky reasonable, (lll-ui- ) h. it. I'ltXOll, Stanford, slble way of adjusting d fl.rtces.-- 8' mde at railroad crossing Etat Main For sals by M. L. Bourse. Kt.ubl!can. . 00 U 65jio0 r You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, Vm See How IKucb We can Sell for a Dollar ! Iry Goods Store, We Keep Everything Pertaiiiiog to a with a Full and Complete Shoe, Hat and Clothing Department Attached -- '!! S. X. Powers j STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Co.'s Great Bargain Store, m r- IX54-iyr- Frank Allison, A TRAIN BOURNE! heart-brok- er-e- ry 83-l- yr Go to W. K. Ventoli, r, L.&N. - flrst-cli- n LINE GHAMPO ! SOUTH & WEST to-d- one-thir- d le Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS FARM FOR SAMS tit $3 lc rt.-n- ten .' w yl W W? Your Crab Orchard correspondent cerThe Lincoln County Cooperation meetdeliver an ing will be held at McCormick's to mor- tainly has never seen the young ladies of addrese at Montgomery, Saturday, on tho Oicaaion of the unveiling of the statue ot row. Service will be held morning and Mt. Vernon, or elso ho would not say what the late Senator Hill, received a perfect afternoon. Dinner will be Berved on tho he did. It is said by those who are compe- April 30, 1880 ovation on his arrival there. Mr. Davis ground. Preaching Sunday morning only by tent judges that this town can make a disStanford, Ky play ol more pretty girla than any town in is one of the greatest men mentally that the Eld. Hopper. the United State, taking into consider.! country has produced, nnd but for bia part W. P. WALTON. LAND. STOCK AND CROP tion tho size of tho town. Have not a word in tie late war, the nation would bavo to say about their flirting, though. recognized it long before now. B. G. Gover bought of G. A. Lackey John B. Fish went to Livingston Sun-da- y "We rode a short distance on the train raising a big row G head of graded hclfera at 3 cents. Joe Blackburn is Conimiesioner, on buiiocm. (?) Ora Myers passed with the Sinking Fund Florida watermelons bavo appeared in about the appointment of Mrs. Thompson Jamca A. McKenz, through on the train a few days since on Secretary cf State, as postmaster of Louisville, which seems a in the New York marketand are selling at his way to Altamont, where he Las a posiGen. Fayette Hewitt, Col. J. NV. Tate and little inconsistent when we remember how $1 50 to $2 each. Coal Co. John L. Attorney General Hardin as they were Bud Cotton bought 10 head of cruti tion with the Altamont hard he tried to retain Capt. Murphy, anWhitehead was in town Tuesday, being from Greenwood to the KenBee Mines other republican in office. averaged 514 lbs. at 31c cattlo that ft Pw5 called hero by the sickness of hi sister. and learned from them that the legislative Richmond Herald. Dr. Mos, a young physician of WUIIams-bur- c. The meeting at Louisville called by a of the cruelties perpetrated on the report Cattle are dull in Loulsvillo at 2J to waa with him. to consult with Dt. frJUmi. at M TT OT an SUSHI WJ 4laH NSI convicts at the former place has noi Deen few politicians to pass resolutions approv ltrr f 5: hoes are firmer at 3 to 4 15; sheen dull On tho ing the educational subsidy bill, was such a Daniels In reference to hia sister's trouble. verified by their examinations. at 3 to 4; lambs activo at 5 to 7. and wifo and A. J. King, the contrary they found the men in good fizzling failure that nothing was done, The 2 days' combination sale of Wood- Joe M. Roberts responding to the ward & Harbison, at Lexington, resulted in of Gum Sulphur, wtra in town this week. condition and a large majjrity testified that less than a half-dozthe popular boot and shoe they were well treated and properly cared call. 102 horsw being knocked off for a total of Dick Chandler, drummer, was in town this week trying to investigation is conducted openfor. The The OJd Fellows at Lsxington handled $35,875. boots and shoes. ly and fairly and witueseea of all clasees a lightning rod agent so roughly, while The sales at Belle Mead stock farm, sell our merchants The subject discussed on the streets daiand feelings are permitted to testify. The they were initiating him, that his arm was Nashville, comprised forty eoven head of CommigMoners are men of known integrity hrfVn hit Mi oVppV remnlrol m hard as colts and fillic, bringing $3S,125, en aver- ly is the incorporation of the town. Some carrel ol puilty. oppose it. Those who oppoeo it say they and are much more capable of doing jus- ever age of $812 per head. trpDtfil WllOlMdlOCOfH. Mora economical have lived here so far without it and can (In. .!. uiu4iib(i I.I..I. lau nu uot U sold lo mu ..in ...1Ih. kiuur. tice to all concerned than the one sided, THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Your Hustonville correspondent retut. ihort not see but that we have about as good or- tomrtlton with thr multitude of low Soldoalr packed committee, which went in hot haste comweight :umor hrLl rowdrn. In prevent the use of ported my horse, Prince Denmark, as Ramsey's bill to RuriLBiKiKd I'owdksCo., der as neighboring towns that are incorpo- cint. testimony, just what to report on ex parte mistake. I The Bucket llo Wall bum, N. Y. merchandise checks in coal mines waa very paratively useless, which is a & Water of it wanted to report. In other word tney properly beaten in the House. Legislating have been breeding him all the time, and rated and that it will kill the business themmany other flimsy reasons. town and were more after making a record for am very hopeful that be wilt not be din the r Ii an loiprotttntot on ny 1'Mn.por on such a point is absurd. wo do not have aa good order aa , IB .u.rM,,.. selves on the convict question than to do ana at- iuii fizured by breaking bis tail. Please cor I say that tending full of witer, circulate lb tr air The House hos adopted h resolution to lr irom bot-- I towns. Sometimes men get drunk the fair thing by anybody. We undertorn to topof clilern c.f well, reuiotlog rect the mistake as it is an Injury to me in in other MT. VEBNON, KY. adjourn May 10, but money can bs won by hallooing and cursing so walef liuxt. nod rendering the whm purs wllw. remoT- stand that the Commisiioneni will express the season of the horse. J. Steele Carpen and boiaterour, Ing ill color, lad line or tuiell. Till, iutnn till afraid to walk on the streets. the betting that it will cot if anybody is fool that ladies are an Imptored rbatr nvHukitoget twlitid: aaeti n This old tnd no opinion in the matter but dump ter. Hotl Is still enough to bet that it will. cup li toldtrrd p nuioeniljr, and why men who have wives and ed a fins repuutlon. whole volume of evidence that they take Cnso ronble. a flit piece ol calTin'cd Won ItInii ted. olDolink, Court Day. About 300 cattle en the I can not see not An act to authorize the citizsna of Lanto tb trarelleg public. daughters oppose it. Most all who oppose 8ffIl attention pur.uaie a pump tiotll jau r Ihli. Legislature and let it decide for on the of low grades, about Vry rtarwttmllr, caster precinct in Garrard county to vote market, principally whisky or are whisky, drink 8vm if the Mason & Foard Company have IV. II. HIGH INN. of which were sold. One lot of it either eell Mt. Vetooo, Ky. prohibiting the sale of liquors in October, one-hatraffic It' useless treated the convicts in such a manner as to twenty 1,100 lb steers brought $50.10; year- in sympathy with the and fixing a penalty for selling li18S6, why we should have the inmake an abrogation of their contract is enling steers brought $25 to $30; good milch to give reasons quors Is said precinct, has been presented Some of the convicts have been But few corporation as every true man knows who cumbent. cows in demand at $35 to $50. by Mr. Anderson. Hope the good men whipped and they no doubt deserved it, mulea offered and none eold. Marcus Bean wants law and order. A bill to establish colonial schools has of the town will have back bone enough composing the but knowing the gentlemen sold to A. J. Tribble fifty hogs, weight 185 been presented. It proposes to establish leasing firm as we do, we do not and can Winchester about them to see that every section of the lbs., at $3 75 per hundred. common schools in the various Ririw and s are enforced. charter and not believe them guilty of the outrages Democrat. German colonies of the State, in which the charged by Berry and hii party. Dealer In a'l klnJiof OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. course of instruction shall be the same at OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. The Louisville lima states with much in other schools, but each of said colonial D. N. Trewitt and John Wood bought Lancaster. gravity that "Col. Tom Monon, of Somerset, school may be conducted through the methia week of Garrard county parlies 11 Mr. Mason M. Pullins and Miss Clyde and Capt. "Vm. flindman, of Lancaster, will dium of language common to its colony, head of grade cattle at 3 cents. be the republican candidates for Judge and and the English language shall be dally and D. Totten, both of Garrard, were licensed Mrs. Geo. Carpenter, formerly Miss to wed Monday. Commonwealth's Attorney in the Eighth duly taught to every pupil. Martin, died Sunday at the home of her A barn belonging to Merrill Hardin district." "We just dare these scoundrels i husband in Perry ville of consumption. The MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. burned Tuesday. Its contents, consisting to run. They wouldn't get ten votee apiece Monday. of funeral occurred on after we show up their miserable records. The residence of the late Isaao Cald- - of 2.000 pounds of hemp, the property -- Gllcher Bros, were fined $20 Wednes Monon is a notorious sheep thief, and wo well in Louisville sold to Dr. Grant for James Layton, 150 barrels of corn and a day for permitting slop water to run into can prove it, while everybody knows that $8,500 Mr. Caldwell once refused $25,000 lot of farming utensils, were totally con- the streets from the rear premises of their sumed. Loss about $1,500; no insurance. Hindman has broken rock on the streets for it. hotel. The case waa holly contested an apSaveral parties in town have received many a day for robbing hen roosts. Oil The levee at Helena, Ark , broke and peal may taken to a higher court. how we will skin 'em if they do announce the cotton districts of the section are entire- anonymous letters this week of a decidedly Gllcher Bros, are cleaning up their hothemselves, the spalpeens. ly inundated. The Iosa can not be com- threatening nature. Very little attention tel fiom cellar to garret preparaory to the ia paid to such mlseives, however, as it is puted. administration. It ia not yet The irrepressible Ben Deering, editor Secretary Bayard will cot recommend pretty generally conceded that the authors change of preacher, temperance lecturer, exhorter the appointment of a Minister to Vienna, of that kind of documents are beneath pub known the exact time when Col. Giltner, late of Kentucky, baa a dose the new landlord, will take possesion. and what-noand all diplomatic relations between the lie notice. Father Ryan, the eminent Catholic of croton oil administered to him in a two Governments will cease. mail An tflort is being made to have a priest and poet, who died a few days ago in of water set for his use at a temperpitcher George Graham, who murdered hia route established between this place and ance meeting, which be was conducting wife by throwing her into a well, was taken Dinville. The trains so often miss connec- Louisville, spent several weeks in Dinville with great success at Benton, Mo. It made from jail atSpringfield Mo., by a mob and tion at Danville Junction that the mails last summer the guest of Rev. A. J. Bra- NVRRETB,dy. He preached two or three times while him deathly sick, but he did not die by a hung aa he should have been. are often two and three days late which is large congrega jugfull. Ben is harder to kill than the verIn the Bourbon Circuit Court Tuesday quite inconvenient tobuiinesa men. Should here and wasgreeted with itable cat with nine lives. It is supposed John Henry Wren received a life sentence thia route be gotten it will not effect the tions irrespective cf sect or rtligious belief. that the saloon keepers had the dose fixed for the murder of W. M. Ross, from a jury present one to Stanford. Daniel Yeiser Jackson, an infant eon up for him and oa the strength of the sus- obtained from Fayette county. prominent and of Mr. C, 8. Jackson, aged about 11 Heary T. Terrill, a arrested. picion, Grain., Wool, Feed, Coal, Lumber, Etc. n At 8t. Louis Wednecday, Wm. E. farmer of the Lower Garrard months, died Monday evening of scarlet Monday there were but twelve Senators Withers, a "scab" switchman, waa attacked vicinity, waa arrested on a writ of lunacy fever. Four other children of Mr. Jackson disease, but at their posts at Frankfort and less than a by three strikers, and drawing a pistol shot Wednteday. He waa adjudged insane by have been filleted with the Mr. Anderson's one of them named Gibbons, killing him the jury and taken to the Eastern Asylum are now convalescent. Mr. Jackron, who the House. quorum in Wednesday by deputy sheriff Henry Bur-det- t. cursed them, also contracted it in a severe bill, if passed and its penalties enforced, instantly. Good. Puck has a cartoon representing the His health Is very poor and it ia form, but is now in a fair way to tecover, but that "F" is a long crooked letter, the Wallace Knox, aged about 17 years, would find it less expen- three vampires threatening the vitality of feared he can not live long. alleged ttatesmen Miss Maggie Randolph, of Danville, waa arraigned yesterday for delivering to a stay and attend to their business Uncle Sam aa the Elucational subsidy sive to Maynord, a poisonous than to be gadding around the country on scheme, the River and Harbor grab and is visiting the family of W. H. Kinnaird. younger boy named substance. It is alleged that Knox put against ob- Pensions demagogy. Miss Deira Baughman, a Boyle county free railroad passes. The law The Senate yesterday passed a bill ap- belle, is the guest of friends in Lower Gar- strychnine on a piece of meat and told taining money under false pretenses ought It tbeone tbatcirrlri tbe ItrgMtaid dog, suggesting that the to be enforced upon those membera who propriating $300,000 for an extension of rard. Miss Carrie Woods ia yisiting rela- him to give it to a him fit. The trial draw their $5 per day for services never the White House. This ought to remove tives at Paint Lick. Mr. James Callahan, dose would make county, waa in of the case was postponed until Friday. the last vestige of doubt as to the Presi Deputy Sheriff of Boone tendered. Wakefield & Hudson, Wm. Rue and Times. town laat week with a view to locating. He to the tkmfederaie cieia, dent's matrimonial intentions. A monument Senator Eenna, of West Virginia, and waa a guest while here of Dr. O'Neal and D. N. HInman went to Lexington Monday base 80 feet high and 35 feet wido at the to attend Woodward & Brasfield'a sale. The Representative Thomas A. Robertson, of L. F. Hubble. and o! a most artistic and beautiful design, on steal held a whole party took with them 70 head of Our fjcllltlei lor btijing and thtdlicounlt pr tbtban (juantlllr we ru; enM.- u, to net better Kentucky, have been chosen Permanent The Renubllcan Committee yesteran) one. was dedicated at Montgomery, Ala., ci Chairman and Secretary of the Joint Con- pow-woMonday eyening and nominated good harness horses. Mr. iontaine rox, Hon. Jefferson Divis and Gen. John day, gressional Democratic Executive Commit- the fellowing candidates for the county off- Jr., shipped to the same sale yesterday, a B. Gordon made speeches, the former a tee. d bay Messenger Chief stallion. County judge, Hon. Wm. Berkele; moat eloquent one, which wsb heartily cheerMr. C. R. Birnhart has been appointed ice: McC. Johnston; circuit Mr. Bamuel Larimer, of this place, has county attorney, W. ed by the thousands of persons present In Superintendent of the Louisville, Cincin Burnside; jailer, Bamuel completed a handsome tombstone lo be delivering hia speech, Mr. Divis stood near nati & Lexington division of the Louisville clerk, R A. sheriff, Jno. A. Saunderr; assessor, placed over the remains of Capt. R. U. the identical spot when 25 years ago, he & Nashville railway. Mr. J. G. Metcalfe Richard Hackle;; coroner, Daniel Miller; Cowan, formerly of Lincoln county. The of the Confedir. has been transferred to the Superintended was inau gurated president school superintendent, B. F. Jennings. It inscription is as followr: Robert II. CowHut e ate States. cy of the Eransville Division. fa thought that only a limited number of an, Capt. Company I, 31 Kentucky CavNear Auburn, Meridy Jones entered The demands of labor organizations that alry, C.S. A. Born Dec. 9, 1833, died Ju-l- y these gentlemen will accept. working men shall hereafter' be paid as the room of a couple of sleeping girls and 4th, 1803. Capt. Cowan was a brave and MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. much for eight hours work as they are now chloroformed them, the better to accomcapable officer, and waa killed in an attack for ten, are especially unreasonable in view plish hia hellish design, but was frightened B. Smith sold this week to S. W. on a stockade on Green river at the time E. of the eener8l depression which prevails oil and being captured by a constable waa Parris 4C0 acres of land on Skagg'a Creek above mentioned. Henry Goodloe, of this Btralght tbrotgheu all gooda handled by u. We biTewiw tb nock eer brought to thia of business. We like to see taken from him by a mob and shot to in all classes city andallweaik tou i to call nod eialDoiir gxJi. county, and Mr. Morgan, a brother of Gen. for $600. the condition of working men ameliorated death. Miss Clara Whitehead was taken sud John H. Morgan, were killed in the aame Got. McCreary has presented Milton in every way possible, but not at the exdenly ill with some brain trouble and is no engagement. pense of every other interest, and it strikes Barlow's petition to Congress to approprl Mise Mattie Williams, in her 21 year belter at thia writing, us that in insisting on unreasonable de- ate a sum of money to test a long range hunting and fuhlng are the aa a pupil of Bell Seminary, left to day for Squirrel mands, they are making a club to knock cannon that he has invented. Mr. Barlow 111., on account claims that his invention will shoot farther favorite sports of the day. Squirrels are her home in Bloomlngton, their own brains out. of disability caused by a sprained ankle. said to be very plentiful. than any gun ever made. He lives at The Dixon High license bill, which pro- Richmond, Ky. C. W. Adams and J. L Joplin are the The accident happened some weeks ago charges for dealWrl) adviposes to larpely incieaie the Representative Breckinridge haa intro boss fishermen. They went to Rimodstone and is so serious that her physician ing in liquor, ought to tocoms a law by all a few days ago abd caught 82 "pumpkin ses complete rest. Her father, Mr. Robert duced a bill to reduce the number of Inter of BloommeanB. It will put more revenue into the nal Revenue officers and to amend the rev- aeed" which measured from two to six E. Williams, a prominent lawyer thero-btreasury, drive out the low groceries, and accompanied her lngton, came here enue law. It abolishes the requirements inches. reducing the temptations of a certain The republicans nominated James I. home. Mr. Williams formerly lived in of the presence of storekeepers, etc., at class which will of course leweu crime, small distilleries those having n capacity White aa their candidate for shriff, Monday. Madieon county, this State. Dr. D. C. DtALKJOlS-- . and is the only practical way of dealing of ten bushels a day and less. Le Roy Honk, republican, would not sub- Tucker is recovering from a long spell of rtMnrto Dnnlo Cflatlnnni-- u 'rTwffr ft 0E lilln . anrl f'rvis jfr. Ill Ai) f uu- -, with the whisky traffic, since prohibition J convention, and remittent fever. Mr. J. R. Carrigan is The Labor Committee by a vote of 10 mit bia name before Ibo seems out of the queition. still qulto ill from the same cause. will run independently. to 3 adopted a substitute for the educationUs prohlbltionieta as a general rule are ni.l-- l - ..r.lnlli,Hi .. itvntulw rn j tinrfk4 Henry Gresham, an old colorod man, signs of the times Mr,Bjck. is al subsidy bill, which proposes to dlstrib From the US fill . i . ftUllltniB f CTWIf'T IVAlio It MIT lwijVMirM" i rioua people, but notwithstanding eerring.his last term aa Senator, and James ute among the States and Territories, waa found dead in bed last Sunday morn- very front; Be- through the Secretary of the Treasury, sev ing. He waa living by himself and suffer- this fact we sometimes condescend to joke, B McCreary is rushing to the tween Beck and McCreary the Jiecord is for enty.five millions to be deriyed from the ed a great deal from cold last winter, which uud never so much aa when we call our Bardstown Record a lo of public lands in sums proportioned destroyed bis health and caused hia tieath. selves "temperance men." Well, we "tern- McCreary every time. The Largest Stock of Watclieo, Olochu, There is nothing in the future that can be to the scholastic population between the He hasbien a Baptist preacher or several perence men" got up a petition and sent it Jewelry aud 3iiverware s p down to the noble Legislature at Frinkfort years. more certiinly foretold than that Gov. Mc- ages of eight and fourteen. "Aunt Pop" Proctor, living in town, and bad a law passed prohibiting the sale ETtr bought to tilts tr.arkft rrleea I.ow.r 'Uttj will land in the 8 in ate. Hia ambi-tie- n Creary Watrbiw, flncki n I Jewelry (imthe RELIGIOUS. who is 80 years old, walked two miles in of liquors in, or within two milea of Dan ruca in that direction aud It will b paired on ihort Rolled and Warranted one day during the week, paid ville. We thought we would feel better to surely ba realized as bo lives, and ought Rav. J. M. Bruce will preach. at ROiT- - the couptry some of her friends a visit and walked back when that had bscn done, and we did, inland Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. prohibJFrr.it a ver heated contcit the Eld. John B, Gibson will preach asp;-cia- l tbeaameday. "Aunt Pop" saya aho can deed We felt so much batter, that we eaid itionists were bsdly'defeated in Richmond, sermon to the children of the Sunday walk further and do more than some of the "Lel'a do it again " So we went to woik (rni$23.50ygeAN riatform Wagon, Va., the majority against them Icing 6,C8l Ssbool of his church next Sunday morning, young ladles can now. totbeFlmrrlco. Woharonn and got up another petition, .'aekluc the RgenU, but for twelve years It is said that the colored troops fought taking ai bta subject "The Prophet Samlin?o dealt Willi tho consumer. The cuiet of tho town was disturbed Legislature to pasa nn.Othet law rrohtb 'ip Wottilp anywhere, with prtrl. Drj" carried in Man nobly for ''wet.' lego of examining; txforo buy. last Friday night by the ringing of belle, iting the "drink traffic" anywhere In the uel and his mother " Inn. Wo par (rJIght chartei the river, by 202, but cheater, fust across Mtth lrftra not ifttltrnrtnrr. Hon, E. S. Gooch writes that the Bip-list- s rattling of pans and bTo'wing6Y."horns. Af- county. Now we don't know whether the the prohibitionists lost in Lynchburg by 1, JJIlOprlCO ter investigation it proved to ba aome of tho Legislature will do an we ask her or cot, have just completed a splendid house Vam law no vote can be taken on 388, Under the wagon at! iwmtts m I efllatftis. FarmWajoniUlO. of worship at Waynetburg and will dedi- boya engaged in an "oldtimo charivarj." for the Legislature his gotten to be a very the'qi&tlou again for two years Top llurvlei at 8IJ0. flno u uiuillynold forHl'Jjr Our axnett was heard two mites from town, Messrs, proper little peraon,, but if she dce it will nruallVo.r 1 Onlcm Jntucr. WngU', S10 tv &3i Ul pago ! . iUetr io J.'M- - cate it the 5th Sunday In May. Sermon by It Mii(itc'i iri-ci, ' R;v. J. M. Coleman. Everybody invited. Miller and Nicholson were tie recipients. be, oh! too nice to talk absut. W. JW'ltATT, Klklmrt, Indiana-burned. Lou $20,000. Mice Jefferson Davis, who to' to ycmi-Mtefeinlnieriorlanr- aal . so-in- g M. 5555 ' 5- Mycf .llJ n POWDER Absolutely Pure. :.wt'S Pirn) IVEWCOSf wtll-ioow- HOTEIi U rt lf lf WEflREN & MENEFEE. 1 Favminglmplements and Machinery, t, LTPB Wim Ssggiest -- a&2?age& Spring Wagons, Buck Boards, Farm Wagons, Seed, -- rjl P two-wer- well-know- THE HOUSE TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BKJT STOOKofGOODS - three-year-ol- Mer-ryma- n; We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, IWEAISI TO CUT PRICKS lrgt METOALF & FOSTJKK. cony & MfAitstw PHARMACISTS, -- u,u0, -- I VS2ffl o srr '3rro: vv JEWELERS. ELKHART CARRIAGES HARNESS M'F'C CO? Sll.W&'SaSJJS $55.1 1 vvA ' y i frif . amnrrj m N Y. Inisu potatoes. T. R. Walton m - Stanford, Ky., E. O. WALTON1. April 30, 1880 - Duplnqaa UnnoKor. l(9r,K, 15 LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ttll uiu ...ail taln guiuf. Kxprosilraln" II II Tnia-ov- Uaatk tivimoMMiMtmiimiH. South.., Boutn M0,J, It I M jl 82 A, M. US X, W, r, w. t li calculated on standard time. Uolir e ti about 20 minute fatter iOC4 NOTICES. I.ANimicrit's Garden Heeds at Mcltoberts LAN.)ntTii'8 Ktrdtn Hied in bulk and packaoH at Penny A McAllster's. Watches and Jewelr repaired on shor oollco and warranted bf Penny A McA.Ua r. Pons German millet eeed at Wenren A ture granting the petition of certain cltUins Menefte'a. to have the Lincoln line changed so aa to Wanted Wanted - 50.000 psunda throw a considerable strip of her land into of Wool at highest market price for cash. Boyle. It seems to ba the general feeling that if these gentlemen wish to go to anoth A. T, Nunnolley. er county they mutt do so without taking Fon Kent. An elegant atore room, 25x this with them. 80 feet, location the beat. For terms apply Notice. I bare purchased of Mr, J. E. 4t to J. C, Hoblrmcn, Linctnler, Ky. Brucellin outfit, including a number of The Kentucky Ccntrnl will receive a good bowe and buggies and will continue now outfit of coach oi on tbo 20th, which to do bmlneia at the attna stand. I intend will be the handsomest the Pullman com running it ru a firtclas livery, feed, breaking and training stable. Will take pany haa ever turned out, all kinds of horse fee J at the highest marIt will bo very pleasant for thore who ket price. 1 will also continue the bueinen can to spend May day at Dripping Sprlnga, at my old stand. First-clasriga can be obespecially on the programmo that Col. tained at either stable. A. T. Nunnelley. Slaughter gires m another coium. A remonstrance was being rapidly otgned here yesterday sgnlnst the Legisla- ' 1 1 1 cream pitcher, M. G N qtui; hand painted tray, Mis Grace Warner; cut glass perfume set and pin cushion, Miss lva Smiley; silver pickle msnJ, Mr. A. L Hah; bed room set, Mr and Mrs. W. P Walton; silver water pi'cher, Attendant-- ; decorated dinner set, Mr. and Mrs. Evan Water; useful article of appnrel. N. Sid Piatt. A new comet has been observed from Phelps, N. Y. It is a faint, large, nebulous object, with a slow, eastward motion. The House Committee on Agriculture will report favorablv a bill imposing a tax of ten cents per pDiind on oleomargarine. The statement that President Garfield's body was not in its coffin is vigorously denied by Charles L Benedict, who embalmed President Onrfield. .1KTT 3 WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER ! WALL Trimmed and Itcmly for Uhc, at PAPER! M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S. A few more m Mls Annie M. Warren, & pretty II. K. TAYI.OR, Beojsmlne Logan deeded to the Justices of young lady of Stanford, and Mr. J. H, Of LOO AN COUNrY.tiaCandfdttofor the office the Lincoln County Court the land upon Moore, of Pulaski, were married at the orauperlntendtDt ot Public Instruction, lubj.ct a'completr stock o( jewelry, latest which it was built. bride's mother's Wednesday by Rey. J. M to th Democratic Htate Contention. style. Rockford watches a specialty. Pen-n- y Prior. T. M. Ha wes added greatly to Bruce. A Weoxtend hearty congratulations to the already enviable reputation that he The stockholders of tht Knob Lick Turnpike had maue bere as an elocutionist at an en brother D. C Lisle, ol the Winchester PERSONAL. mwtt the purpote of tertainment given at the Presbyterian Democrat, who on Wednesday led to the al- RoadInCo. will18S6, for Stanford on the lit Situr-d- ij May, elections D Klaus I in the city buying goods. church a few nights ago. tar, Miss Minnie Winn, of his city. They 1'rMldent and Board of Directors for the eniulns CLIFTON FOWLER, Pres. jcr. (117-tPeyton is in Lexington on Old Pjlnt and are now left at once for Dr. J. F. The Springfield, Mo., Herald contains a business. the delights of that noted reort. A courtship of a number of years A. II. LxFzvn, of Richmond, Ind., half column article upon the reorganization of the Wagon Company of that place standing ended Wednesday in a happy is in town. The annnil lneetlog of the stockholder of the Mn.ANDMn3.8. 8. MEna went to by the increase of Its capital to $82,000 and marriage, when Mr! Joe F. Waters and Stanford A IIilU (Jap Turnpike Co. for the election ola l'rctldent and Hoard of Directors lor the the addition to its directory of Messrs. E. Miss Rhoda E. Hail were made one after eniutng rear will be held in the Circuit Clork'a Millersburg Wednesday. Emrry and ion, Willio B. Harden, H. O. Bright and F. J. Curran, God's holy ordinance, Atl day long the office in HUti ford on the) lit Saturday in Mar, 'St, Mn.8. J. J. K.LYNN, Trea. ttio'olockr. ii. late of this pltce, whom the paper compli heavy rain clouds had obicured the sun, went to Lexington Tuesday. Ms Maooie Ciienault, of Mt. Ster- ments in the highest terms. The institu- until within a few minutes of the time set tion has been a paying one and its pros- for the ceremony, when it burst forth as if ling, is the guest of Miss Lula McKinne. The itockholden A HuitcnTllIe A. Boole have pects are brighter than ever. Rev. and Mm. J. to shed its benign benediction on the event Turnpike Iload Co. of the BUnfoid annual meetwill hold their been on a visit to their ron, W. M. Bogle. and add force to the old adage of "BIcesed ing for the election of a Trealdent and Board of The Herald says that Alfred Fry Haley, is Directorial Baltej'i Store, TurneriTllle, on the Mk. Charms W. Queer has returned the bride upon whom the sun shines." lit Saturday in Hay, 1SS6. at a o'clock p. u. a young man from Garrard, has been ard j. T. CABU, Prcildent. leaving bia wife who the organ as the town clock struck 0, from Elitibtthtown, rested and lodged in j ill at Richmond for Juit will remain sometime. undtr the skilful touch of Mrs. John M. stealing a horse from Mrs. Eltti Parks, who Misses Mattie TzAnL Biiown and Bruce, gave forth a wedding march, which says she authorised him some months ago to was accompanied moat harmoniously by and Leila Marksbury, of Lancaster, added sell the horse The annual meeting of the shareholders of the for her to a certain man for of the little dance at Dr. Lte F. Huffman, with a cornet, and TurneriTllle. Mclinner A CoQiy's Mill Turnpike much to the pleasure Roid Co. will be held at Jones' Store, HcKlnner, $75, but he waa not successful. Since then, the Opera House Tuesday night by their however, he took tbo horse without her the wedding parly entered the church. on the lit Saturday In Mar. 1SS6. it 9 a. m. for purpose of electing a President and Board of The couple was attended, besides by the the pretence. Directors for the ensuing year. knowledge or consent and sold him on the d M. McKINNEY, President. C. C. Carson and E. C. Wal democratic nomushers, Messrs. Hon. J. W. Alcorn, streets in Richmond for $00 and kept the ton, by the following yonng gentlemen: for Circuit Judge in the Eighth disine money. The trial ia set for next Saturday. trict, is in Frankfort attending the Court of J. 8. Hooker, W. B. McRoberts, Masterson Appeals. Col. W. H. Miller and D. R. News corned via Louisville that Alice Peyton, A. O. Huffman, W, M. Bright, The shareholders ot the Hanging Fork A Green D-- . Hugh Rtld, S. M. Wilhite, R G. Hail, Rlter Turnpike Road Co. will meet at Jones' Btore Carpenter, of Stanford, are at Bohr's Bobbitt. the divorced wife of Hon. in jicitinney on tne lit eaturuar in ilar, use, Louisville Times, 27. F. Bobbitt, who has been living a J. T. Craig, T. P. Hill; all of whom were tor the purine ol electing a Preildsnt and Board jjirecio for the eniuln? rear, Mirj Badra Penninoton has returned life of )hame, waa shot and mortally drreeed in the regular dress suits, with of (117-ta ..." w. uivtro, friends, wounded in El Paso, Texas, by another brown kid gloves and white cravats. Arfrom a very charming visit to her e Misses McCann and Withrow, at Lexington scarlet woman, who became jealous of a riving at the altar they foriled in and the prospective bride and groom and Midway. The young gentlemen here prominent busineta man's affections, which The ito kholderiof the UustonrllleA Coffer's will be glad to know that the ladles will were being lavished upon the frail Alice. taking the centre and facing the preacher, Mill Turnpike lload Cj. will meet at T. C. Jasper's in a few weeks. were Store on toe 1st Saturday in May, 1681, at 1 o'clock return Mlts Sabra's visit Two shots were fired, either of which Rey. J. M. Bruce, anJ the audience, r. af. forthepurpoeeot electing a President and Mr and Mrs A. Triable and daugh would have done its deadly work. Mrs. bound together in a very pretty ceremony, Board ol Directors for the ensuing year. d O. a LYON, President ters, of Junction uty, v,nene u. iiau, Bobbitt was in her younger days a remark- the groom creating an audible smile by his Coleman and ably handsome woman, being of the blonde emphatic "Ya, Sir'' to the question proBomerset, Mr. and Mrs. Chap. Miss Octavia Bronaugh, Mercer, Mr. and type ol beauty, tail and very etyllib, pounded to him. The party then march Mrs. Geogre T. Helm, Miseea Nannie ed out at the oppoiite aisle to more mnsio The stockholder! ot theBtinford A UllledgeTille Koad Co. meet at Wood and Bailie and Etta Veager, Bjyle, We had prepared to remedy the heavy and drove at once to the groom's reeidence TurnpikeHouse on the will Saturday McCormack'i Meeting 1st in May, IMC, and Misses Louanna James and Jennie encroachment by the advertisers on our on Lower Main etrett, where the mothers at 2 r. m. for the purpose of electing a President . Board ol Dlrec'orsfor tbr ensuing year. Kennedy, were some of those from a dis- reading space this issue oy sending out a of the couple had prepared a royal feast. and td 117 A. W. CAUPENTEB, President. marriagi. supplement, equal to one page of the paper, The church was crowded to its utmes. by tance at the Waters-Hsi- l but aa it was being conveyed from the stone people who came from all parts of this and LOCAL MATTERS. to the press, the chaie broke and the work adjoining counties, in response to the many hTe of several men for a number of hours waa hundred invitations sent out ana we have lyIinTlte Just returned from the city and I cordial. Garden seeds at T. R. Walton's. you to call and Me my Elegant Line of heaped in a confused mass upon the door. rarely seen a nicer crowd. Fully a hun- Millinery befo e buying, 1 also call attention to my finely selected stock of Ladles' Underwear Frtmi Peaches at Waters A Rtney's. We hsd "pie" enough and to spate for dred of the more intimate friend repaired and Notions. Handkerchiefs, Collars, Cuflj and Corset, of different styles. Ladles' White Emmlllot at Metcalf A Foj- - once, but it wasn't the kind that acntly to the neat, new home of Mr. and Mrs. broidered Dresses, lean be found at my atore tn Pons Girman e. tickles and pleases the pallet, but such a Waters, where they spent a very happy the loom lately rsratedby the ter's. Jilt H. HATH lfVVIiEMCAIt. would evtn make a higher life printer evening in conversation and in the enjoy110 2m Btantord, Ky. See Wearen A Menefte before selling swear, of which number being which we ment of the large, varied and tempting aryour wool. endeavored as was our duty to do tho occa- ray of good things, admirably prepared and beautifully arranseJ by the good old We guarantee the Proctor Knott patent sion justice. women, who more than 40 years ago were Dressed Pine Plooring, Oeiling, Weather (bur. Metcalf A Foster. The comic opera, "Amor," to be given themselves blushing brides. During the Boaids, Finishing Lumber, Green a parA liEAtrrtrOL line of Flower Crocks at at the Opera House here Lumber in the Sough, including evening the Gold A Silver Rand paid its ' Grocery." ty of ladles and gentlemen of Harrodrburg, A. A. Wsrren's "Model compliments In a serenade, wbicn it gave MERCHANT TAILOR. Laths and Shingles. is the very creditable production of a coup with its usual zest and excellence. A SMAL7. storeroom on Lancaster street For theronTenlrnceof our cuitomeri In Stanle ot young men of that town, which is high" The groom Is the youngest son of Mr. ford and Tlcinity we hare arranged with Geo. near Main, for rent. W. P. Walton. I hare rccelred and still recelrlng ly praised by all who have heard it. The li. M'ettrett to keep on hli yards aa cheap aa and Mrs. Evan Waters, of Boyle, and U a of our Lumber, where they can get an assortment We have the most complete line of hard scene Is laid at Shakertown, where a youth- most worthy voung man, morally, socially from us direct. He will also make it for 3Sf estimates any bills not on bands, which wo will fill on short ware in tho city. Special figures to build- ful artist and a maiden, contrary to rules, and religiously. Speaking from an expenotice. Jt ELVIS A) DA VIS. Lily, Kr. ers. Call acd examine. Metcalf A Fos- make love and finally elope and marry. Their rience of over eleven years, during which Comprising the best in the market, which will be billing and cooing is observed by a coup ter. time he has been an attache of the Iktkri Qotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Mono in City or Country. A warm sunshine yesterday succeeding le of old Shakers, who conclude that love or Journal and for the most part a trust Is cot so bad after all and they too fly to a vegedive Mo a Trial. the nice rain Wednesday, ia making ed and reliable foreman, it gives us great The Combined Bullion tation whoop itself and ono can almost see Gretna Green. Tha amusing situations pleasureeetify to his many excellent - C- and climaxes are worked up with admira qualities, no small item of which is his unit grow. by tho company, many of whom ble taste Don't fail to hear "Amor" at the Opera are clever actors as well as charming vocal varying good temper under any and all the FoMed May 8, 1883. Ia a dark -brown with small Jos F. Watkcs. TUOMiS D. IUNKT. trying circumstances connected with life in star; lShandablgh; extra heart- mane and tall, 75 and 50 Admission Home to night. istr. Aside from the merits of the opera a printing office. Infact he never looses symmetrical In form, with superior atrle. both In harness and under saddle, lie was sired by tho under 10, 25 cent outside, cent; chllrdren and the object of its rendition, either of hU temper and U married life be la aa nouie Bumpier uenmirK. ue oy uouaard's Denin of reserves. mark, he by Galea A Cromwell's Denmark, he which should draw a large audience, courby the the race horn Denmark, lie by Imand res- tesy to our neighbors demands that we amiable aa he ha been in bis bualneia con- ported Uedgcfordv lit dam by Miller's Den J. II, Belk, who keeps n hotel nection, hit bride can ne7er regret that ohe murk, ho br tha race keraa Denmark, his dam br taurant at Junction City, has assigned for should tender them a rousing reception, Florlxel, 2d dam gae heraelf Into his keeping. In addition by old Drennon. by Montgomery's (Hirer. 3d dam fireedeii will take notice that which we are confident will be given. Sethe benefit of his creditors. Liabilities PriBce posKMes mora Denmark blood than any to hla position in tbia office, be ii other italiion now In the itud, which all first- assets about the same. cure your tickets at once at McRoberts A for a number of paperr, inrMding class borHmen will acknowledga haa produced 8tagR's. firsUclau saddle and combined stock than Come with the tide to us tor the Gwi'rr Journal and is the fenlor ilem-b- ei morsother known in Kentucky, Has proren him name on a postal any One Cent. Bend your of the firm of Wateis A Bine, which sel' an excellent breeder. Candles, Sugar, Coffee, The other night while Prof. Abner card to Bharpe A Middleton, Loulsyille, Tin isilUJe stallion. Flour, Altai. Oinannas, Aucceaiful. OrangM, Bacon, Lard, Ky., and obtain a copy of the handsomest Rogers was on n visit to his sweetheart, Is deserving!; prosperous an Demons, Butler, Eggs, The bride is a daughter of itc, and Mm ever given eight boys, including some of his scholar?, illustrated Dry Goods Catalogue rlgi, Potatoes, Dates, Raisin a, 4" concleved the very Idiotic idea and carried John M. Hall nnd Is pouesaed of many at Foaled May 1, 1879. Ia a rich mahocony bar, 15 away. Preserves, Syrups, hands bleb, heary mane and tall. Is strictly fine being prettr, of a lorlng disposisteps at Jelly, Molasses, natural and I will have my annual Summer Open- it in to effect, of tearing down the of the traction, accomplished. Decided); domes- and fancy, ia both namore uniformpleasant saddler, Cocoa, brooder of sadCbceee, breeds lancy, and tion and Thursday, Friday and Balurday, the Academy and filling the lock singClorce, Orstpii. ing on dler can sot ba found) bai nerer prod need a pple Butter, building with shot. Thesteps were conveyed tic in her taste, and she will make her liege, le colt but wnat has ahown saddle action natural- Canned Goods, May 13, 11 and 15. A cordial Invitation Pine Apple, ly, girlng tho blue-ti- e colt orery year In the sad to a neighboring pond and thrown in lord a true and IotIdj help meet. She dlo rings from the oldest to the youngest or hit Bplce, iloralny, is given to the ladies to call and examine atyla ou both tides Cinnamon, Beans, lie la high-fa- ll " When the Prof, returned at a late hour he was verj handsomely attired in a peacock olfiprlrji;. feneration. It backed up by thorough-toBesxley. Cakes, Krsut, my stock. Mies Suwads the third Prunes, key to work and had to blue satlu drew, old gold embossed trim- brtdson both, sides, making bim rery actlreaod Bardlncs, could not get his Fruit Pickles, seems especially give up and seek bis quarters through a mings; diamonds and Marechal Neil rotes ftricnnr in eftii. in lorm ana nnisu n pencci moa-of Bakers Chocolate , , Mr. Joarm Euiunks Was sired by Bumpier Denmark, the lire uiuu reacnes. Not long ago he had an op- window, The boys showed their guilt so ornaments, and compliments on her excel- Prlnco ucnuaric, (as circn aoorej. isi uaiu oy Dried Apples, Corned Beef, Crackers, starch, Soap, Soda, Tobacco, t'laam, Lamr. Chimneys. unfortunate. Coal uil, tjucensware, Tinware, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Powder, bbot, Cartridges, Uoes, Hakes. Sir Wallace, holiy Todhunter'iBlr Wallice, he by Pneil Potato in fact, ererrthine In the Grocery line, ana alio plain and fancy Jinrneis, Saddles, eration performed for stona in the bladder strongly next day that they were Canity lent appearance were heard on ever hand, Sir Albert (thoroughbred) 2d dam by Virglolus result-In- c Bridles, Whirs, Wagon Gear, etc, etc., manufactured for us by the popular firm of W. It. Carson A fdnin or vinnnius ut Traoby, thoroiubbrovl) ho and this week another for stricture Mr. and Mrs. Waters left yeaterday to by the celebrated .Mason's Wnip; 8d dam a wnip forced to confess and the xpokesman crea Son. Country 1'roitticc of every description wanted. Remember that we buy anil sell Just as low as any firm possibly can, unless they carry on bnslncu for pleasoro-a- nd that is a fact we de- therelrotn. Dr Payton, assisted by the ted somewhat of a seneatlon In school by visit his parents and other relatives In mare. slro especially to reiterate, emphasise and impreia upon tbo minds of an Intelligent Public We Tb abore botacj.wJ" make tho season of 1SSS at always, and deliver all goods anywhere In or within a few miles of doctors of town, performed the latter arising and apologizing to the Prof, and of Ujyleand Mercer, after which they will m larm.au miles from llustonnlle. near Carpen other (U'araktek entire satisfaction, t ted to scrro mares Stanford or our lubarbin city of ltotclaml. IVATEltS V IIAXEY. ter's station, arid will be very successfully and tho patient, who is a fering to repnlr all the damngen tlwt they return to Stanford and go to house-keepiat 810 the leason or iff SO to insure a llrtng J. NEWTON CRAIG, Jr., Salesman. is do'ng well and had caused. He told thorn that tbo proper- in the cczy little cottage he has prepared colt. Mares committed to my care and breeding very large and stout man, will rrcelre my personal attention Grass furwill eoon be able to leave the Carpenter ty was not his and consequently the dam- for their comfort. Ererybody wishes them nished at reasonable ratre, t bo raid for before ih renioTal ot marts. No responsibility lor aul House for his home at O K. age waa nothing especially to him, He all the jays and successes ot life aud If good tents or eicapcs. Patting with niarci forfeits the T Har- would tbereforo forglye them tnJ havo wishes can accampllsh anything) they will Iniurance. 115Vm J. STKF.LD CJ UVESTEtt, Atiacicino a WoxiAN.-Const- able nothing to do with the legal prosecution be, as thoy deperve to, extremely happy. Ellerntm and 8. D. Oooch delivered to vey C lM taken the tt4 tkt The bridal prejeuU vera many and em Single- against them by the town authorities. They IneM'rs vl lilt Clstl ! the jailer hero Wednesday, Cicero rune tier, ani hl tni aa well as useful tD work nt once and soon had the bracedbstb ornamental slmuti unlrcrul inline youths went To'l'M'TfOP' ton, Bill Corn and Mneon Bingloton, tun. SsWULiriail doi steps in their places, but this did not save articles. Following is a partial list: MirDROSv jfS Ius8iri:ur. u JJVR7HV I'litt, Tool 17 years of age, who had been of 10 and Miss Han tht fitor H Mrdrclrt; lb. a jury them, for they were arrested and marched ror, water eet and flawer bowl, Ik sn tl flhtn I no naVt fined by 'Squire E. B. Caldwell and 9Kzri:j Ciixiul Cj. smcurf the Icl'HuC !J in a body before Jude Carson, who fined nah Fairj castor, Mrs. Kate Dodderat; f i'ie M.uii. Clue for making an Insulting proposal to Mrs A. i.. SM1I1I them each $10. They were ecared nearly fruit bowl, Mrs. M. O. Nevlus; bisque fig. llrsJfrrd, r James Gooch, a highly respectable lady of water eet, Mrs. S.Mty Druggists. Tho out of their wits when the decision wan ure, Mies Annie Hilt; gl neighborhood. llklllbl tho Waynesburg rendered and an order made that they Suatn Cook; silver butter dish, Mr. and $10.-2- 3 amount assessed .against them wiSb but should bo jailed, if it waa not paid within a Mrs. K. E Birrow; pickle castor, Mr. and each, and falling to pay it, they were certain time. It will be a leeaon to them Mr. U. T. Ilelmj salt and pePF" l"id 'CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH.' to j U to woik it out. Cicero Single, all, At their earnest requests we withMw. J. M. Bruce; license, Mr, and Mrs. concealllio Orlirliuit ami Only iciiiiltip. ton was also convicted of carrying wurthl.' tmlwltin. l.'UM. f.lr sn.t whisp broom with embroider urlruin(lt i 10 days in jail and hold their namcB this time on the promise Jobn Blalc; llmitM k. LADIES., ! AUu. JTt.r il.i. u ed weapons and given nrikTl.ir'.Jl "I'lilehrdrr's rr .. : , shall never again have a.! pup. - Mirt Bsttlo Tarton": water let, II. diiup.j t d. I'irti uWm ia l.v.r iv . return mu They are a pretty hard lot, and fross?ht.m that we fined $23. " :,. ,a,1 ,.1 !,.- - tiwl, Mr. Nf:.1EPA',r.vv.','r".,::.-C T'.r I' cccorioh to use them In an unpleasant mich a ouo aa ought to get tho full benefit Ilrurf I'vunjiuj! I'llI mgar dish sn1 Nddlyliujrll- -. ' U ! Hlieris and Mfs. T. K. Wsltoc; -. ... .. . ter's of a whipping post lw, Buy the Haaa Hotf Remedr, jal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAlMcA-liater. ... Stani'jiid record books ADTKIlTIKLJirjTh. just 100 years old. The show that on March 3J, 1770, is MARRIAGES. Turnpike Election. 1 T. SEED IRISH POTATOES Turnpike Election. Which will be sold low, at (117-td- Turnpike Election. T. R 'WALTON 'S. A Splendid Variety of 117-t- Turnpike Election. 117-t- Garden Seed in Bulk and in Papers Turnpike Election. ..... Fc-tal- ne Can be found at serai-circl- TurnpikeJEIection. T.R. WALTON'S. Of best kinds, at 117-t- Turnpike Election.' CAIEDGOODS&OTHEIJ G HEME s - Millinery, post-offic- T. R. WALTON'S, LUMBER! Main & Somerset Sts. H. C. RUPIiXSlT, ew Goods for Spring and Summer, H- 23-C- STALLI0NSP0R 1886. Prince Dcniiinrlr! RTJPLEY. WATERS & RANE7 XYIAirc $1,-00- jirrea-pende- nt STREET, - - STANFORD. l, WALLACE DENMARK. WfidrlirfESClV ISiSwYWn r-- ng Wall Paper, MF Furniture, PENNYROYAL PILLS Oases, Caskets, Robes, !. - -- .' '. Full ana Complete Stock of tho above and Prices, as low as the lowest. B. K. WEAKEN, Stanford. MftM jigr 3 Bucklcris Arnica Salve. out windows in the 21 story into the frothCOUOH8 nhO Ofto J? Uf 1 The bo t Salve ta the world lorCuU. Bruise ing surf that be.ts with perfect regularity a?jL"X"2La03t.'ai Fever Sorts, Chapped night and day upon tho smooth, sandy Sores, Salt Jlbeutu, Coma and all Tetter,Krupttona, 8kln Hands, Chllblatua, beach. The long rollers extend up the and positively curca Plica, or no pay required. I, coast s far aa the eye can reach. It is tho la guaranteol to give perfect satisfaction, or money deep, regular breathing of the ocean, this refunded. Price 23 cents per box. For sale by iwW5siryiiM 'Praise the Lord. God is Lovo and Noth-in- s pulsating roar of falling waters. Atnitfht Penny A McAUater. Interesting Experiences. Else." sea is quite invisible, the mingled when the ! Illram Cameron, Furniture Dealer or Columbui, boom and swash of the restless waters is It Is n medicinal preparation, nnd, at alaBEofijJKtflaBHBr Ga., tella his experience thus: "For three years This line combined stallion will intke thniM. tho samo time, an elegant nn J clenuly toilet son of ISSd very solemn aud impressive. The sound bavo tried every remedy on the market for StomColombo, Ciylon, "Galle Face at my stable, near Shelby Cltr. In f article. Its notion upon tho scalp Ii healthHotel, March, 3J, 18SC. Lincoln county, on the Shelby City and Knob dying along the coast in the distance is ach and Kidney Disorders, but got no relief, unLick turnpike road, at be like the muflisd roar of ye:y distant artil ful. It nourishes tho glands which support (Address Auckland, New Zialand, lo til I uaed Electric Blttera. Took five bottlea and tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to ,l.(t till called for.) $15 the Season or 20 to Insure a Oolt. lery. But who can describe the sea side? am now cured, sod think Electric IBItters the belt thick, soft, and vigorous. It restores Blosd Purifier la the world." Major A. B. Reed, CONTINUED PBOM LAST I330E. Those who hayo never seen it get little of West Liberty, Ky, uicd Elcctrlo Blttera for an tho color of youth Description and IVllgrro:-Secon- d Jowcllaa blood to locks which hao bay, with black mane and tall, IJ bands 3 Inches At leogth wo sighted Colombo seeming idea of its grandeur, and tho;e who have old atandlng Kidney mUctlon and lays: "Noth. becomo faded with age or dhcasc; nnd Ulih. with line style and action, lid is S years old at first sight like Vtn'ce, floating on tie been there know now impossible it is for lug has erer done use so much good aa Electric relieves nnd cures Itching, caused by this Spring, was stred uy twls Cunnihham'a the famous old Washington Blttera." Bold at 50 centa a bottle by Penny A water, and cut off from the main land. A "paper and ink" to put it down. humors of tho scalp. Dr. Georgo Gray, Jewell, be by dam Minnie, by McDo .aid's Den. mark, first ev, 2d dam by Wells' Crusader; 3 dam by a son :sasuun, N. II., writes: "It gives mo curious illusion approiching it from meet moderate, Mc Allater. The Hotel charges are a raluable old as I. of c A Captain's Fortunate Discovery. pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects dieDaar Crockett; 4th dam by Mr. II. C Panin's that I don't jet understand; for when $10 a day for our six is much cheaper than mare, podUrce unknown. produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hnlr Old Minnie, Jam of Second Jewel, was a premium enough it is fc?n to bo mo't tho averane American "tavern" while the Weymouth, plying between Capt. Coleman, tchr. one eels nesr iu an cx).i i lleticu cr, as observed by me In very many elnnnm, iroui a contwenty-fou- ngu mire, and worejewr times has been shown rmbitantially bullion terra Groia and "hlgL accommodations are what one pays $2 50 Atlantic City and X. V., bad been troubled with th WJi. 31 slick tlo twenty two times --defeated only twkt. caaca.' ir wiu. cntT.u.vr.Y itusTOiti: a cough aa that he was unable to aleep, and waa - i and dry" upon the coast Ho made ten snows last asason at Danrllle, diem for at home. Indeed, the Induced to try Dr. Klng'a New Discovery for Con and $3 per Mttk.rMrmmatrMeHkitBatma, . . Ttm II.UK to its onioi.NMz. coi.on. It taiii iiiiuM la lit Hntbtra Sttn, KlrksTllle, Iltchuioad and Lexlugton and is Colombo A most attractive spit moderate hotel charges, in India, where one sumption It no', only giro htm Initant relief, i r ot in rr1n!lpl u,i 1,,M demises the head of dandruff, nml leaves wore ten biuo ribbons. 'ii. Ulih Brm waib. aal nlm 1'asturag will it, or on nearer acquaintance and would naturally look for exorbitancy, are but allayed the extreme eorencss In hla breaat. ii ift hn .7 tnrftlMun.brtblarr9fts4 tho hair soft, glossy, nnd beautiful." I T. rates. Parting bo furnished marrw at reasonable with mam forfeits the lusurance. fi ..tMl lik lt httllai ucl -- I i inspection. It is one of the few places that something quite agreeably surprising to the Ilia children ware elmllarly aflected and a ilngle Sandhelu, 1010 Spruce .at., Philadelphia, Lten retained on aU colts until serrlce charge are .MtlallKimikln rlflkMt eIJi. r, . L..t 1 m Rsaiar dose had the same happy eflVct. Dr. Klng'a New Switt Oiw . Pa., writes: " After unavailing!)- - trying patd. als) stand at ttijsaan stables the floe jack will "besr inspection" quite triumphantly. traveler, who has learced to look upon his Discovery la now the atandard remedy In the iimi son r.nHr fnf Citb. Cfs t I will pu, ai4 m suaiatw, til .T .7 n number of preparations to prevent my most characteristic feature "hotel" aa a standing "horror," of deple- Coleman household and on lxnl the achooncr. The first and M h AUThrt A. TAYLOR. Atlanta. Oa lmlr from falling out, nnd. realizing that I BLA.CK nf ttm nlftce U the crowning feature of a tion, for his puree. tree Trial Bottles of this Standard Remedy at was fat becoming bald, I tried, as n I;i.t At (J.Sto Iniurca Uto colt, money due (.WWtff At CUKpm ...m..u. .!.Tt L? A McAllstet'a Drug Store. .. ....(.. iHimij largo portion of the island, namely: the wiien the The natives hero call us "Master" and Penny t,i,.,i. resort, Hall's Hair Itcncwer. I bavo used coltlafialedor nam parted with, lllark Hawk don't know "Lady" according to gender. In Madras, Positive Cure for Piles. ubiquitous cocoanut pilm I black C only four bottles of tho Iteiicwcr, nnd am Is a coalhigh. Hejearsodtbls Spring, t hands lloth for sale by Dr. M. L. IKJUlt.NK, haefor wa aired by Caldwell's Young lcchei Tothepeoploef tula county we would aay that what "Ceylon" signifies, but it ought "by they familiarly address you as "Papa" and perfectly satisfied that It Is the best props-ratio- n Black Hawk, lit by Velocipede, liobr Robert son's we havo been given tho Agwcyof Dr. March 1st' interpretation" to be "the lace of cocis-nuts.- " "Ma." Samnson, he by Imp. Mammoth. Ills ilaoi was lit the market for checking tho I shall cot forget Marie'u look Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed SAMl flood ShlBgle Mill bjrStlgall's Black Hawk; 3d dam was raised by, Hit This usiful tree, I am credibly in- when riding through the city bazus, she to cure or money refunded Internal, External, falling out of lulr. Invigorating tho lulr Stiles Maxwell and was an Imported Jrk. ,'jolnlrr. aao.horsepover itagiie Mti.t !tJ.lMk (Aim Mill, ileltliif Cuinnli I07-t- f m..t mu.t under favorable circumstances be- told our guide to go down a certain street, Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. promoting n new grow tb." formed, root. V.T.S.iJMtilKiK. ' rflielby (.Ity.Ky. Stanford, Ky. gins to bear its fruit in seven to ten yesrs he responded: "0 yell we go through all For tale by Penny AMcAUatcr. Druggists. It de streets, ma." You should have seen IjBE V HUFFMAN. after planting, and will live a hundred Daughters, Wives and Mothers. bears its fruit all the year It takes nearly her. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlal'a Female Remedy, t cure Female io Tin: two years to ripen a co:oanat, I am told Tho Kjbilla sailed promptly at 4 r M., BTANrOHD, KY. This One stallion will such as Ovarian troubles, lnrhmmatlon and ?J,r.8ou,h ,IJ ,l,n SUl, iw ah,,. But once in bearing it always has nuts on Tueidiy the 21. We could hardly re Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bcirlng mako the season ot 16M at flYSi the Myers Uoteli my p ace, three mtlra Iroui Pure Nitrous Oxide (las sdislntirv,t ripening, while yet the immature ones are press a momentary sadness when we saw down felling, IrreguIarltles.Barrtnness, Change o I n. ,, Stanford on tie Stanlord quired. A DanTllle pike, at "coming on." Nuts, the e:zi of acorns her rounding the breakwater, and putting Llfe.Leuchorrhoca, beside many weaknesses spring commends Itsqlf to all who bavo occasion Bloating, Spito mo n d)o for tho hang beside tnoo that have matured, afler out to sea without us. But it was only log from the above, like Headache, or itiiinbiclie. $15 to Insuro a Mnro Weakness, Sleeplessness, Ncrrou Debility, It will chauire jjray, fltJ. or Miuly -two years of slowly advancing growth. momentary -- Praise the LORD. I wouldn't nal in Toal. Js Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For aale by Drugto a beautiful brown or Mack, And they are everywhere. The variety of be in her, for anything, to day, though ev- gists. Prices Jland 81 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. foaled In Ha Is ns ilcilml. The colors produced are . . .. a liliek.L .. iiii.ii, . n" imam wricn, 17 trees one finds elsewhere, you look in vain ery turn of her propeller bore us nearer tho J B. Marehlai, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. ie,sixiren aanus t.1 .u vj ...in. natural nml lading. It raunot Us washed ltysdykt'i HataUcUnian; 1st dam Kite by Mill's for in Ceylon at least on the coast. Other land we love most. For the LORD is bid- For aalo by Penny A McAllstar. Prurelsti. wrtnoni; zti usm jiiBca owan uj uiin s iorx-shiron", contains no destructive Insredlcnta, by Imp. Yorkshire; M dam Utile Emily by vegetation takes root shyly. The cocoa-nu- t ding us go in another direction, and it SUILOU'd CATARUII REMEDY a U i'hea-- , f convenient to tio, nnd Wagner, by imp. Wagner; lilt dam btnlir Speed E. H. BURNSIDE, by Imp. lTlathao; 5ltidaru by Packolet, Sthdam revels, grows rampantly in is sweeter and better to follow HIM, than cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. flourishes, eiTvotunl. For aale at M. L. Bourne'. by Urandilser, 7th dam br Maryland I'hunlr; this soil and air, so pjrfectly adapted to it even to "go home." We went on board, afSth dam by Hannibal. 9lh dam bj Silky, br fnw ruutuHEii UY This Old Woll - Known (So Kinllr Speed Hook, Vol. B ?. HALL &-- CO., Nashua, N. H., U. 8. A. I, page Ml. Vermont In Itruee's Hlud Is a verr It outrages everything else, and reigns mon ter breakfast, the day she sailed, to say Hotol Still Maintains ita llsuililetonlan with fine style and liens, good action nrch absolute -- wherever it grows Our I 'Vood bve" to our Bcxeeable fellow paswn Sold by nil deahrs In medicines. High Boputation, slrnl William Welch, with nrlsate record ol 33. sandy, front lawn is studded with a gers, We were really sorry to part from pretty, Vermont being a grand son of Ilysdrke's Hainble-IoniaAND the grander! sire living, and tail's Ver. grove like E im "where were 70 palm them, and I think they from us, also. Poor mont comiilned. backel by thorough tfted, ought Xtf ltfP.relSr U Determined thtt boon cer bc&towed upon man la perfect to make a floe stock tics. trees;"and I know how E ia 1 oked, now. Chapman, the sick railway man, whom we J. 15. cJeoond to no Oonntrr a flr.e lack, I will also stsnd at the tamo health, nml tho true way to health sight to eyes aching with look- had taught to trust the LORD for his del-nee- s, A grateful Hotel in tho State in iti Tare, Imp Vlctaw. It to purify your llocl with Aavr's Sar?.v 1C8 tl TJIOS. IWIUXtiOX. Appointment!, or Attening at the buriing sands The curries pe was especially loth to Bee us go. Poor parllla. Mrs. ElU.i A. r:otijli,.ll Ailliic-to- n Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, Bindtion to Comfort of culiarto this isltni are the cacotnut cur-ii- fellow! he wesjust like a child on his "first er! and Reapers, st., Lowell, Ma., wr!:"Eery their Gnosis. by gents are cccoa-nu- t leg'," and wanted us to lean en a little the canes cirried winter ami spring my family, Incliullnif Crub Orchard, Kentucky. palm canes, and the dressing cases ard longer. The night before, a word of bemyself, use several Imttlti of Ajer'i 0aaTagj wlllbeeeareysd to an front he d UMm charts. Hp.elal Kxpertenee baa ottlnc.el mo writing desks hwkei about by the prd-dl- er lieving prayer had secured him a sound to tomrarrclalTrsrelers.aeconmi4atloi liar will that, aa a powerful are cunningly and curiously wrouabt sleep, where he had expected tossing acd 7Sv tv-alwjy sietlled wltk InIt eholersl vez i The .ri Mills. bratdsof l.laors a4 (.liars. pMUhed wood of the eame, while restlessness. "What will I do when you from the a floating lisht in a glas cup, with an inch go?'' he asked forlonly. We told him the Edge Highest alarket Prlco Paid for Wool. of ocianut oil en top of the water takes LORD remained in the 'Rohilla," for bis Fired by HubMs's Denmark, known as On Time. o Wearenawprepsred to illumithe place of candle? as a beni fit especially. "Honsr Him by fruitpurifier, It Is cry much superior to any farmers In the best manner,manufacture wojl for Flraldain Mollis Mount, br CabLUa Lilnirion. is w shall make a 2d dam br Yjung Arn.rlea, be by Taylor' Me nator. . ing Him; and as He has already done so otbeV preparation of Sarsaparllla. All specially of CL'sTOJI WORK this season, we sengtr; 31 Jitu by allller's Denmark, which Elree oiii mike (be reason of aollclt wool to bs made Into illanketa. The Cingalese -- as the ustiyes of the isISKat ray (table, 3 tullrs persons of scrofulout or ruuuinptivc Jeans, Unseys. Stocking Yarn. Flannels, r.o'ls. Dim i IUf etui ef th but taiUit itoel in Me imU: from Crab Orcbird on the long like much for yon, He will surely do more." by Jim Kelt, oteof thebest rirebersea of land are called wear the' hair c Ac. V, e will keep constantly on and eapcclilly delL-atchildren, band a atoek Itbdam Sih dam a nottsl 8dlle luiro lrourhl Crab OrchardA LaocasUr Then he brighUned up. "Yell I will trust bis das. which exchange for turnpike, at the Sikhs of thePucjb, and knotted in a aro sure to bo greatly benetlled by Iti ofgools terms we willbought the wool on fa- from Vlrx'nla. pedigree unknown vorable Wool Him; acd beru'd my hand on it." It was at market price. They will make the aeasoa of lH at J. K Far Prices for manufacturing when wool Is furnish. luh at the back of the head -- woman fash tie." J. W. Starr, Lneoi:la, Iowa, write: cl are as follows: $12.30 to IuMtre a tulle from ritaolord on the iTulon?l gco J to see him with, the new look on his Carding and spinning, 10V; rl', oue " Tor years I was troubled with Scrofu- Card ng and Son. A round comb of tortoise shell gathllTliiir Colt, Spinning, doubling and twistlug, iVej pke. (.lit Wge Is a dark brown, IS bands high, 4 will get well; though lous complaints. I tried several different Carding, spinning anl weaTlng J.teat Jeans, 2Jc years old this Spring and will stand at to face. I feel sure he ers it back from the forehead, and seems Or 110 ItX eson. Mam. tordlng, spinning and wearlug whlt l.lasty,2Jc he was in a bid condition, when he began preparation', which did me little, If ain, $10 to Insure a Living Colt. bs a sort of national badge by which they btlnoKlmr. Je . I. If. h.n.i. ui.u i.. . i.... . n. Sl.lTJISaiiY, J'ro'r. -t good. Two battles of AVer's S:irapti-rlll- a to trutt. old, pe.fec- In fVrm".nd ..." 'Xiilr Dr. IfVVV are distinguished from all others. A sheet SHrcr Kins will be limited to IS mares, at the effected a complete cure. It Is my Our places were more than filled by new " ""' p. same rate. Mill 3 year old this Spring, Is a Mambrlno hloy ' was slre.1 now uo't' ,0 1"0 worn. wrapped loojely around the lower part of by I'aUber opinion tbfi this med'tfine U th; le.t a Uiutiri'l bay, 13 bands 3 Inches hlgn Will also m! riff nJ looking not unlike a petti- passengers from Colombo. Indeed the '. T stand at ram place a fine Jack, the person, and blood Chlr. iHa r!.,n' i.M.. .w.. went away crowded, and I am told York. Uambrino Chief coat, complete) the likeness to the feminine SOlfrura. -- .7. onna raymsster aud he by oil the next four steamers to England are pack.. i . The notrd breeder, wM' portion of humanity; so that, at a little mako the season ol 18!o At $H to Insure colt, money due at weening llrun you ed with engagements made ahead. Not a distance it is difficult to know whether at my stahl 2lj mll.M lie ts a biowu lack wltb white rilut.3 Traia u tl Jliu Allen, 3d dam by Neeo. 1th daui a thorough. In June, IS nands high. He wls slrrd br Alkln's They wear no berth to be had. We got our passage just in Thecolta by this young hors. see a man or a woman. of the day." C. E. Upton. Nashua, X. II., south of HuitoriTlUe. on King William and be by King 1'nllllp; bis first aihi'.'V;V,lc'county can produre. tbeHuatonTlIle and time. The outward bound ships are com turban, nor other head dref; unlike the writes: "For n iwiuUt o. j.u.'j I turrplkc Abla1!! ..stln Jennet slrisl hr Phil iu a bNr-...""opWM'arclde-it,!.- ! when not resp ,. empty, and we shall probably Olenco Is by Jo Elmo. or any. teon forlelttd llpandheby King l'ulllip; his second dam by avas troubled with n Iittmor In my eyes, male is Sikba, who glory in moist elaborate turbans, paratively MoreCasllo Tn More Cmldjick Is a large grey. ?o. also; trial 2 27' rec-- : Sutlej-- 4IT. and unable to obtain relief until I comord 2 10, aud ball brother?! and intricate build; have room and to spare on the sf very complicated f CrabUrchara, Ky J. K . J. 11. F.tHHIS. toD. 100 tons that is to pick us up en the 11th menced Uilug Ayer's Sarsupnrill.t. I bae (D. aC. S. record 2 23.. requiring some gentlemen, of the Beau 8. so d for 19,000,) UstIcw 2 231. I.TCurvus "if the LORD will." The native fishing taken several bottles, am greatly bene- 2 33 and Mark Wakefleld, pacer, trial !W; First Srummel school, among them, to spend asm .Maine a. wr wiuu u. (by Foreigner by ! fited, and believe It to be the best of blood boats that ply by the hundred in these wa Imp. Ulenco.) dim Kettle C. hours every morning at this portion of the purifiers." It. Harris, Creel City, Ramsey Copper Bottnu;2d8d dam JIlnerTabr Cunningham's Duncai by imp. as plentiful as catamarans in Will make the season of 18M at my stable at toilet before their fastidious fancisa can be ters, and are Co., Dakota, avrltf: "I have been an Butaard. JoLImo by Bt. Elmo, Ko. br Alei. Will make the season of a wholly different structure ander'a Abda lah 13, by 88 to Insuro a Living Colt. satisfied. And even the plainest Sikh fir- Madras, are Intense sufferer, avltb Dy.spep.ia, for the No,,0.V'J?.Elino,.ut(1laI'.ysdyV HambletonUn l&SSat my l.liery rjlable hT Mambrino Measeo Long, narrow, just wide enough for cne past three years. Six months ago I began, gr: Wl llle D.'s dam br Starlight, br Cherokee. In Btanford, Ky., and will mer is careful and elaborate about the tur-ia- a Brown Jim was slrnd by Mambrlno King, be by Jn 0a man to sit in, quite high out of the water, wiaiiu 'iiencos col la are lie nermltted to Mrre a ' "" zi to use Mambrlno I'kUhun, be by or "pugree" aa they cill it. kind, fine and large and go d mows, both In Umlud numbirolma eit fhlif ... Paymaster, h. hr eU M.rr,i,.in,. m..anh by ij to prevent their capsizing, at once, harneai and under the saddle. I bare one of bis Cingalese are sharp traders aa Ori- what dam by an Arabian horso, pedigree unknown; 2d The that with very little handling trotted a 4 In 40 815 tho Hchhoii, eteamboat; dam of Mambrlno King a Ned sec. also another that was as promising, but ow. w dam bymare. entals generally are. At first a bargain with the first breath of wind or the first Forest " i tAK.' !r, . iuk yu atcimni uai uerer uen traineJ. Abrough wavt? A curious "out rigger" as Due when wrriceaarercn. C C seems hopsles, so far apart are the seller dallah Olenco, although a natural saddle borse. dered, ftVO to Insure a 'u"J","toJ Jack lU)t (111 AND JC2Jw'' balancing arms to trotted, full mile on .10 sec. alow track In I , m.(....I .l.. whan k fn. I. ........I..-- . .. KbADi, Jr .ttfito Insurea llileg wit, money sod buyer. The peddler asks four prices, it is called spreads Its with alx week on wo months' handllog. Mined $93 to Insure a Using colt, due when the colt Is due when colt la foaled or mare ril with. He Is IIV, bands high and was aired by Bllgall'. Hough the left of the frail craft, with a very corkby H. Pope, of IJoyle county. Mr. I'. says he could oalvd. DaoTlll Wilkes Is a beautiful inahogjny aa a rule, to begin with. As a rule, divide au gait It has effected nn entire cure, ami I nm snow breeding any time. Call and a e my stock bay, standing 15', h.nda blgh.of gr.tt trotting ac- I lack Hawk, heby Maso' UUck Hawk, be by like float, eight or ten feet in length, fastenky 4 remorselessly, whatever your views before elsewhere, and sire money, for be tion and baa trotted hla mil In quarter tn now as well as ever." possesses some ol the best running w trotting 27 with little handllngat 4 years, 2:30; ha already Itoyal Mammoth. Dam of Bough and Heady was ani of the trans- ed to them. When the wind is very high, ' "J by Huperlor Mammilh, he by Itoyal Mammoth may be of the gouging na'ure orni.iu In asr 1st am ma 11," " If. wown, distinguished himself aa . breeder He Is a countwo men iquat out at the end of these long Sold by all Druggists. u brtd by Mr J. Hugb 13J4 blgh (gelding msasure) superior tone terpart of Alcrone. but a larser horse la ererr re. buperfor Mammoth action, in your own favor. Don't be afraid mau, Br. He was 16 lianas hlgn and a very nne and muscle and stands for Ue suisll sum of levers adding their weight to the generapect and his gait and blood Hum also similar aud animal. Price 81 ; Six bottles, $5. your man will sell things below their real U. V. UU'EXS. Is the same reaioT from the great (Jeo. Wilkes safety of the arrangement. $10 the Seaaon or $12- - 50 to Insure, In o- i- Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, that PhllThnmpson 1. HI first and only 2.ycr Market value. At first you will be stag- al old that has been bandied Is rjallle Vagen, named unweightI will also sUndjny flnejsck, Haas., U. S. A. gered by the assumed look of bewilde- r- dinary weather the "out rigger" In honor of oneof the fairest and brightest Jewels ed hi sufficient. I am told they are perol Indiana, tnd Is a worthy nam'sakn ot royal jMBt and disgust with which he will shut MoELROY, bleed, as she baa showed a gait clost t o 2 10, being "virtu fectly safe boats, and an upset is hardly bandied by a colored boy. Like ber sire, she has . Fullbrotber toMaud MesDp bin commodities and walk oflfj At $10 to insure, lie Is 15 bands 3 Inches blgh. lerel bead and a good gait. known. We met them far out to eea as we senger, 2 I64, bay, I3W wltn tine bone aud as much style m . horse, lie us iniiguation" personified. At this point, Dans llle Wilkes Is by Lyle'a (lea. Wilkes, Jr ; hands blgh. Will make Is a s and a came in, and they seem to be able to go breeder and dam ot DanTllle Wilkes by Skedaddle; y who really want to buy, are theseaaouof I8i5 at the will er.Ts Jennets at 120. liaro seen tbiee of his by OUrer; 1st dsmofrlkedaddle by Medoc; 2d atranfcew, dim Chsrles irunn, colt fjUaI Jcnoets that do honor to any jack t'i Trumpeter; 3d dam Aratus; sthdam Imp. Unread 't lauie in fromhtanloid taken in. The fellow is such aconsum-sal- e where they like. w'111 renders the season onSv. n lt7.' I'rt'J traded mares bred lest season due. Kagle; Sthdtm Wild Heir, 0th hcllpst), and can the mile Branch pike, at mum Our first audience, last night, in the Itush ThosfAtho tare actor, that you think you must have are still trace blm further Into tbe thoroughbred fain, remliJied that uy money Is due and expected. chapel, was as much as the house V ora, the dam 825 to Inauro a TJaro teen mistaken and offered him too little. But Car taken to rerent .frM.m. 1,1,1 n.i ...M.. tly If necesaarv. Meadley by Waxy, 2d Danrllle Wilkes, dam ' "''"" ton. old first dam 31 dam l'rank Waxy, rjhel. Money due as soon as the faet Is in Foal, or ""' would hold. The heat intense, for the Bra IS WAHHANTED to euro Fever and albleabouldoniVKCur. "experienced band" will take no notice Teli graph, n the ascertained 113-- tt k. H. POWKLW slroof Medley by llerthume, 1st dam by atooy ",re.PV,oJ w,,b- - 1'asturage at 2 0 r month breeze had just died out, for the night, and Apuc, Intermittent or Chill Fever, -if this yirtuous pantomime. By and by, Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fever, Liable for no accident. Petrel. 2d dam Tom Hal. Dcnjruo (or Brcak-bono- " Oraas furnished at tl per mintb. Due rare Fever), Liver C11AM.RN DVXX. )ht apparently wrathful merchant returns; the atmosphere was stifling, with so many taken to prerent accldenta, but will not bs responComplaint, nnd all diseases arising from a trade on your basis, but lowers people in the same room. But they listenleprecates sible should any occur. Malarial poisons. 110-t- f deA. T. XV.SSEhr.EV, Stanford. is tone and price very considerably. Then ed with an interest that set weather at "Harpers, S. C July 9, 1884. fiancetelling me what I very well knew Vegtns the conflict of chaffering. Aesume 1880 1HHO. "For eighteen, montfis suf-ere- cl viways your first price as the truo one, but before that the message was a novelty to & witfi Chills and Fever, 1. them. And some there were, in whose The we I proran breeisr jive just a little aa an act of grace. Very having Chills every other day. and saddle atalllon, will very faces I could eee, that "the word" was soon an eqiltable arrangement follows, in make tbe eeaon of mn After trying various remedies The direct through line and old established rout William iiuiible'. dividing by four is a not in the attraction of novelty, but in the tV riy which you find that from recommended to cure, used a OnTlme'atwo sons, and very near "market value." "demonstration of the spirit and with powlife rule bottle of dyer's Ague Cure, and Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonit er," because it filled a felt want in the weaand al points in the Weit. . 3iosl likely you will find, by comparing CLEVELAND AND TALHAGE, have never since had a chill. ry hearts. Two (?) Daily Trilns from LotllsTllle to Bt. Loula inesireor trotters, roanster ana aoro nno y and aotea with others, and subsequent purJ2DWIN EARPEH." flrst'Clais Esstern horse than any other stillton Andfour g gospell 0 to preach 0 this Three tJ Dally Train from Cincinnati Jacka at ray own stable. Tbe old Mad In Kentucky, will make tbe season of 1898 four chases of the same article from other pedto 8t. Louis. PREPARED BY ison Jck, old get men and women to mile west of Stanlord, directly on the Knob Lick a lower pries, that you have, even tt everywhere and dlers at Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass. Only 10 hours from Louisville and Cincinnati pike, and will, on account of tho depression orer Illnck Hank, Plill Thompson,. believe it. I don't say "children" for they Joo Black-bur- n .crre ware, ai me civiiuiuyt in j'viiuiiiru then, been moderately cheated, though not tn St, Louts. Sold by all Druggists. extremely tow price 01 and Urlgliim Young, -They are very sharp alwaja do believe it. It is the very "child's Tho Only Lino by whloh you can $15 tliu Season or $20 to Insure. robbed wholesale." gospel, that none but "little children" can ColUof Prince, the bob.talled Jack, all at $10 Bui u xorouRu Biooping Car d know nothing of truth, in trading. In to -- A WEW- fully take in. How glad I am to preach Grass furnished at f 2 per month Due care taken A future roltn pur wy until weaning time. respect very like many "white folks." retained on all colta lor tbe season, From Clnclratl to St. Louis. Ihia to nierent accldenta or escapes, but will not be Deafrlntlorx it in this beautiful, tropical, malarious Ceyrintoliml I. . ,i.n i... t sponsltle should any occur. ''The ep'.cj breez" that "blow soft o'er lon, hlghtTalmagelatSJi hands, beautiful brown Buggy & Implement House. ,Atbe,1!?,7 ivetcripiion anu reaigreo. nouoy la a jet black with fancy marks. running this week. Ever in Jesus, O. taken cum grano. In through from Louisville star in forehead and two white feet, IS bands high, Ofeylon'a Isle," must be Podlgree;-C- all and Clnclnn.tl io8t. Louis, all other rouu, and see tbe horee and Jack and 1 inch blgh, line mane and tail, good, bony OeO.O. BABKE3. bands u leg, beautllul bead and neck, excellent aboulder, see what they cando. made op of. combination of amall feet, any breeze that blows over the Island, road. I will In a few day open a ('"I"1) A. Justice's First CaiBaE. IsKVI JIVnitLE. back and loin In lact, faultless Iu symmetry;. nil He said: ... . . laden with malaria, and fever. The peo ri..m.i. it OT",l" PP' awar run will guarantee there doesn't lire a stallion pos- Bleeping Car on night trains; LuxuriantPalatial "Gentlemen of the jury, charging a jury is Fall Lino of Agricultural Implesessedora better disposition, and those qualities Par. jl here, shut out the deadly "land breui," lor Car on day trains; Elegant Dtr Coach-- e be Invariably Imparl to hi progeny. Nobby It ments, with assiduous care. It is pleasant to bs a new business to me, as this is my first on ail train. the sire ol or Robby, Jr , record 2 20yi, nd told for 13.000. when bandied verr little. On of his nppATieIo.'.lc.0iDnec.t'on,Vra Mfcl'ln UNION but that will not repay for ita cise. You have beard all the evidence as With tbe reliable Walter A. Wovl Harvesting based by it, dlrerglng line by tbeO. 4 M. colli trotted lut season, with little training, In Machines at tho bead Alio a Kallway, tbu aToldlng trobleiome trans- 2 39. another In 2 33 and one In 2 81, and was sold nitmaatln drawbacks. The sea breezs, on well as myself; you have also beard what for 82,300. Ills sucklings wore the ties at the health-givin- g ten by other route. the learned counsel have said. If you beDie contrary, Is delicious and Ilustonrllleend Fnll Lino ot Buggies and Wagons Th Ohio 4 MUtlssIpni Hallway tbe only line ty and twenty-fou- r Danville Fairs over rings of twen. colts. Nobby waslrt! by iar One mar fully expose lieve what the counsel for the plaintiff has between Loulsrille, Cincinnati and 8t. Lout a! At same time. rard Chief, the aire of Basil Dike, 2 23U; Mam. under one management, running all It on hat to It with the confidence that no told yon your verdict will bo for the plain- Alwaya plement d. Ia connection with my Im brloolllppy.2 32.l; lied Crook, 2 83.': liill Arp, Dm person business, I will also carry a .uiuuju Flrst-Cl"" recognlied wiia ana in conseouence 2 31; Qarrart Chief by Mambrlno Chiel, aire of I Route be. Isvkiag poison ia borne commingled with tiff; but If, on tho other hand, you believe Lady Thorn, 3 B; wood tor a iiiamuiino, 2 ili, tween thow Cities. Complete Stock of Lumber, what the defendant's counsel has (old yoo, ana omen in iu au usi. First dam by Frank; ito refreshing coolness. It rises about nine they know all about Mustang Lin2d dam br Aratus: 3d dam br Bysdyk'i Hamble. Apply to ticket oftloek A. M. and blows dolightfnlly till then you will give a verdict for the defend- Both rough and drwio-1- . Prise oa ererytblng as full priliulr a Agents of connecting lines for Ionian; 4th dam hy Moraede. Nobby's dam a iment. Few do. Not to know b to rate, time, map, ,'"vu'"" thoroughbred mare, said to be bs Imp. Tranbr or any dealred Information, or write to aloat (unset. Then the land breeze begins ant. But if you are like me, and don't beParting with mares shall forfeit tbe insurance H any one. not to have. ROBT. H. KOBMAN. lieve what either of them has said, then I'll In all case and a Hen retained oa all colu until nsi the danger to health. Trar. Paa. Ag't O. 4 it. servlco charge Is paid For further information, solicit a .bar of your (utrenage BeipectfaUy, W.M.PEABofiv Is right upon bed d If I know what you will do. Con W.SHA'TTUa7, rrhe "dalle Face liotel" callon or addrve C. I.. VltOlf, Pre, and Oen'i Man'gr, Ocn. Pass. Ag't. Or W. M. McAvk,: stable, take charge of the Jury." I. 31. J1RVCE. bbesea I can toss a pebble, easily , from UIUUIUUHU, U. March, iii, .MiafjrJ, Ky. Stmi-McAInlntcrior $cral ro GEO. O. BARNES. HAITSiBBr RENEWER. be-co- SECOBTD tTEWJEI, t asgS&s IHH.y m&Mi&M - iliir Ik Hal-cor- n; Cal-cutt- a, 1 r TXXj SET e, 33130. HAWK! ' m id Buckingham's Dye WHISKERS Vermont Hamblotonian. UUICGSON I)J3NTIW'r, 4. wlit-ker- s, jjjr .. MYERS HOTEL, -- r, STANFORD. KY, Propr and J HE BEST lii-ti- liold-gato- IfAJRItlK, Atft la-- e; i ui.i.mtoTiii;::. 8tanfordWoolen Blood Gilt .Ssx&Silver "or King btd-roor- iUambriuo lung, Jr., Ik &ZZ2&KP 111-l- m Bo-hill- Purifier Abdallah Glencoe! Mb-cr-j STEVE WALKER, is ''. 1 L 110-t- Danvillo Wilkes 2, T Sarsaparilla ATER'S jfr jr .. ;rri iTu, "" a -. 113-l- Messenger wo-iull- Wed-leya- Ague Cure I AYER'S flrst-clas- bke-ladd- 23JE 11 nt b O. &M. mil Mississippi w On Time, I vr ?ir'9rJ heart-restin- , Th &M ..... r. i..i. 1 Men Think aa Lw 112-l- I kejia "- .L -'