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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886050401 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. llfttt fweUn VOL. XIV. SnJ-Seckl8lrbrm- nal mteflM lintfnitL NO. 121. A REGULAR- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1886. e native luzir, you yard a coil of black looking rops, a If cut oil tbe end of a two Inch hawser, with one extremity Ignited and smouldering away. This made of course of cocoanut fibre -- U for lighting cigars, and correspond to tho little alcohol and taper arrangement eeen in every tobacconist' shop at home. The vendors of the weed being many, one is running upon thise smoking coll at every turn. The Cingalese do not smoke the the hookah, as in India, but cigarr; and do not recm as much addicted to smoking habits as the "Wild Hindoo" I am impresied, moro nnd more, with the airy elegance and perfect convenience carriages that ply of the Ceylon btck and forth continually. It holds four with abundance of leg room: tbe panaengtr pirtlon being over the bwk wl.ee'a and balanced on the reir axle. The driver perched high In front not interfering with the view; and the lop, h light awning, eup ported by "graceful Iron uprights, in pretty ptttern. It Is a nmyellout improvement on tbe Indian "garrie." The "full drrts" at dinner Is a white roundabout, black trousers and pumps. It Is a curious thing all over tba, world, that "full drew" approximate so nearly to the coilume of a hotel waiter. I don't understand the apparent fatality of the thing. It U the very "irony of fatb" In fashion. It It so good In the LOUD to make thete Ceylon service a useful and successful as Oar audience are crowded. they are. Djoje and window filled with an eager throng, and quite a congregation on the outiide gathering as far as tbe words of sfctker and singer can be heard. It is parting like a "kiss of Ills lip"-t- hl of the India work for II I M. Prulse HI dear name for all, and forever. We have, recelyed an invitation to Kandy 71 mile up the island, nnd "up hill" '2.000 feet, It will be an acceptable change from this tremendous heit "If the LOUD will;' w go up. on Monday the 8th, bold service Monday and Tuesday nljjht and return to Colombo Wednesday. O.ir steamsr leaves Thursday for Auslnlia. It U p:rfectiv wonderful how the doar LORD hai opened door here, comlnz as we did, unknown, unheralded and meeting a community torpid on rolljlom eubtrct "to Now all I u chingeJ! Every a destree." oaeis remarking hw C)lomb)scemi to bj atlrrel. In all of which how plainly the loving heart ctn read HIS care, that take interest in every foo'lep of Hi wtndering children, and their "work of labjr and Ever in LOVE." Oeo. 0. lUns'ia one-hors- o J",.'; GARRARD COUNTf DEPARTMENT, I'libltHhctt TiivmlaUH -- AT miC Frtilnu U ex. S3 X13U VNNUM, OAWH. understood If we credit that 31.50 will peeled and dmnnJcd. W. P. WALTON. GEO. 0. BARNES. 'Pralio the Lord. God is Love and ing Else." Noth- Colombo, CcvLrr "Oai.u: Fact. I Hotkl, Marcn, 5 h, 18S0 Auckland", Nsw ZaUml, to lie (AiMrs lett till caUed fir) I have Dtait Inteuioji. -- Since mr the In rambled n litilo sbou' Colombo, lent heal has ptrmltttd, and I she you a lew mOMJitllPC'r"m the fstc of "plcy lt breeus" f; Uncommon ami cheaper method ol lo First-Clas- s comollon, by vehicle, ii a small coerd dlmlnuilvB or carl, on aprinx1. dn'n h met the funnlet Hill uiicblon I ! with. The bread ot oxn In lie island is sprightly little undtniud, but trey are Our goods ore tho beat and wo onty know how to lead in LOW PRICES. We could never learn to follow. We want to achievo success by deserving it. We don't expect to get rich in a day. Wo almost swap dollars with our bruit, and drlte In shafts cr under yoke with fq'ial docilily. A curious cm-torcustomers, wo sell at so Bmall a profit, utill wc have no bad debts and find ourselves gaining in strength as a bueinesa House all tho timo. obtains of lattooloi; the creature -eTho Calicoes and Cottons wo sell to our customers at 5 cents a yard are worth that by tho oar-loaexcept the ldM and haunch -- with all aorta of de discount wo get off for cash. Man. A mwk ol ownership, pcrhapj, We think wo can sell you Shoes and Clothing at a saving of from $3 to $5 over city prices. Our low prices on originally, and .till -- uoh. B it the fashions, Shoes of every description are the marvol of the ago. All tho fine Laco Curtains and beautiful Whito Goods that run Into Jirlde t( outdoing, others, anu now of sold so low in the auction will be closed out cheap. If you pay cash and want to see how far a dollar will go, call at oris mee'a at ew turn, the little betsts The Wit of Women, claberiUl cord with designs, burden, If strnmers are named the Asia, tho Rub-si- a G-rea- f Keamelr'cnl and smb jltcal, in In'rlcale and and the Scotia, why not call one the of aflmoihing curious psttcru, Nausea? -- Louisa Alcott, . aI MAnlai A rait if t mote Inatl mrre i'wukj ui cujinr.v.u.r A friend said to the bister of President The anluial mutt s,flr, uo litt'e, for Cleveland as she was leaving Buffalo for but. time, in this procn of ornamentation; Washington: "I hope you will hail from H. IT. TATCOR, perhapi, loarne to be proud, afur a while, Buffalo." 'Oh, you expect mo to hail from Of LOO AN COUNTY. Is a CandMte for tho office GHESAPEAKEJSHD OHIO BY because he hai a few more tattoo marks on of8uprintndnt ot PuMIc Initructloa, subj.ct Buffalo and reign in Washington." to the Democratic btato Contention. him than h U humtW mlbbot. I shottidn'l Bind-erran- d' Wm. Doering & Co.'s Mowers, If the Venu de Medici could be animabin master wonder, if, la tills tie imitate Kentucky's Konlo East Reapers; ted into life, women would only remark that roa man, who is, In his turn.. in the habit ol Ouida. her waist is large Kciiiuolcy. Washington, Philadelphia and Crab Orchard, actually pluming Minself upon what ire Il4-4Wc shall be pnfeclly virtuous when Now York. often onlr tne defll'n tattoo rouks of own there is no longer any flesh on our bone. . The only line running inonjionor,"(ilesure.of -- eiuh crfhlp i Marguerite de Valols. Out little PULL3IAX NEW SLEEPING! CARS ! ," aui'.yUchllike. sin for a Oae love to talk of one' eolf so much AMD ballot, In CfyUftf,- - art of thu Orhudox with a that one never tire of Desiring to change inr reslJencf, I offer for rale Hindoo pattern, with the hump i0 familiar, SOLID lover for year. This is the reason why a FBOIX Tho that My Beautiful Suburban Home, ly kni-- n, In Orfvntal p'curea devoteo likes to be with her confessor. It l'arls-jo- kcd toIt U a medicinal preparation, anil, at With 10 Acres of Land attached, 1 mllo west of Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ey., draw tb Urg? ctria In to Washington City, h for the pleasure of talking of one's eelf time, an elegant on J cleanly toilet Lanuuter. The house Is good, so are the out tho gether xte often larjf r and apparently of Connecting la tho same depot with houtvs, thcra Is a good orchard, Ac. Terms epul eren though speaking evil. fMme. de article. Its action upon the scalp U healthharlotr this singularity, to cash. Addresi mo at Lancaster, Lock Cos SO, a peculiar breed, Fast Trains for Now York. Sevigne. ful. It nourishes tho gland whlchsupport 103-- lt It. It, .OKL. that their lonFarJarp horn He, almoat (Ut The Direct Boute to When you wish to affirm anything, you tho hair, and causes thin, dry hair to np fhoulderj-RlviLynchburg) DaoTllls, Norfolk and all Virginia back unoo neck and always call God to witness because he nevthick, soft, ami vigorous. It restores and North Carolina Points. thec rather a roijulsh appearance, in of a tho color of jouth to locks which havo For tickets and further Information, applr to er contradict you, fQacen of Koumauia, Tkiiit Lacinu to Be Fasiuowaiilk. your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Monears nut hick and ready lo honewllh hi becomo faded with airo or dUcaje; and Her neck and arms were a naked as if roe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky. n "I It true," was asked one of our relieves ami cures Itchlnp, caused by do mischief. W.C.WICKUAM, II. W. POLLER, had never eaten of the tree of knowlof thii very light lacing is com- she George Gray, modistes, "that 2d Vice President, humors of tho scalp. Dr. Uen'l Psis'r Ag t. Tne Eiropian quu'ew, edge of good and ovil. Jane Carlyle. . Blehmonl. Virginia. "IJIne-Grnfl- g Nashua, X. II., writes: "It gives nio Ronlc." much ecaMer.dC'jI.mb., I filled up with ing Into fashion again?' Judge no one by hi relations, whatever pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects it is true. You ae it is fashionpretty vlllat, with ornamental ground pritlrtn tft ni. mt) Ms r"p1rl ? Shortest and Quickest Boute from den by Hull's Vegctablo Sicilian Hair b broad ahoulJetid uad plm able for ladiet to arouDd, nnd the Inevitable coc tral Kentueky to all Points North, rnnny In Thh quarter i small watittd, and customers of mine, Kilallons, like features, are thrust upon us; Iteuewor, as observed by rue very formtn the Chief feature. East, West and Southwest. cases.'" It wicl cektaixly ncsTonn companions, like clothes, are moro or less till oiled the ' Cinnamon Gardens" Cli-pyinj whose clothes I used to make from twenty-thr- ee our own selection. TIJi: HAIH TO ITS ORIGINAL COI.OIt. It Fast Line Betwee- nKalo Field. to thirty sjTcn inches, waist measure, the pt, where during I) itch occu cleanses tho head of dandruff, and leaves Marryin'amnn ain't like settin' along a a uunop-ol- y, now have them fully five inches smaller. LEXINGTO.Y & CIWCIWXATI Louisville & Nashville E. R. tho hair oft, glossy, and beautiful.'' P. T. pancy, this tree was cultlvaied Tnere are still Only a year ago a natural waist, measur- side of him night and hearing him talk Schedule In Effect Oct. 11, 1S85. Sandhelu, 1010 Spruce St., Philadelphia, for export purpoe. pretty; that' the fust prayer. There' lots TUB OEKAI l'a., writes : " After unavalllngly trying cinnamon tree Rrowlnit everywhere ing aiy from twenty five to twenty-sevelotaof 1 No. 6, No. 4 FbTIT THROUGH a number of preparations to prevent my occupied by nu inches, was considered graceful and pretty, an' lots of meettn' after that. Rise Terry Sooth-Bousin the are; bit it l now Cooke. hair from falling out, jud, realizing that I Ex. Bun. Dally Ex. Sun. TO T1IK numerous bunlow, and It former usea which It really Is, but now it is not fashNol I ain't one to s;e the cat walking inwai fHt becoming bald, I tried, as a last Ltb. CoTlnjton 8 10 a m S 10 pm 2 00 pm dlssppeweJ. -- hlle yet the ionable lo measure more than from eight-tee- n have Iook since report, Hall's Hair Ilencwcr. I havo used " Fl mouth...... 9 53 a m 9 34 pd 2 52 pm to the dairy and wonder what she's come to twenty three. Of course the lacing " CmthUna... 11 02 am 10 V9DIK 4S7pm name of tho locality clings lo It Cinna only four bottles of tho Ilcncwcr, and am tVITU 0 am 11 00 pm 5 15 pm 11 ait. Pris article of trade, Is done by means of the corset, but eome after. George Eliot, satisfied that It Is tho best prepawon fljunuhe mill a an " Lexington .112 .7 pui fl 17 pm "What would you do in time of war if perfectly the market for checking the Pullman Palace Sleepers. in and the tree crow most limes I nearly break my fingers trying to ration Lye. I'rls in private hand ill 43amll03pm525pm ' Arr. Winchester... 12 SO pm.U 40 pm 610 pm fulllmj out of hair, Invigorating tho hair fit and close barques that are so tight they you had the auflragt? asked Horace Greeluxuriantly on the Mind Richmond...... 2 00 pra ......... . 7 23 prr roots, mid promoting n new growth." While ley of Mrs. Stanton. "Just what you have will not meet without an effort. " Lancaster Louisville 5 13 pm In this quarter there is a handsome " Bowland 6 00 p m , to Nashville, of Sir William Ores-ory- 's everything must be very tight in the waist, done, Mr. Greeley; stay at home and urge -i- wother token niciuplils hit. Uicttmond.. 2 05 pm the other to go and fight," replied the and useful Governowhlp. A breadth and fullness about the shoulder 3 30 p Arr. Berea actle. Atiauta, HCx 4 crstk i sA wvf lady. " Llrlngiton.. 6 00am bronn iatue of tho worthy knight adorn and butt are sttiven after as they serve by iX.Vslf7sVS44SUB J i Mdlle. Man, a favorite of tho Theater ion tiu: lilllle Bock; the lawn In front of tho building. Mot contrast to intensify the eeemlng smallness Noam-Bon- n No. 11 d. No. 3 No.l Francals, had offended the Garde du Corps, Mobile and Now Orleans. curlouele the collection of beutu, bird of the waist. Do I ute paddinrf Ob, yes; and they went to tho theatre to hiss her Lto. LlTlncston. S 00 am and rnitil- - pertalnlnu to Ceylon, hero col- lot of it. The hollow between the should- down. She came to the edge of the stage " Berea Only one change to points In 10 22 a m kln of er and under the arms are filled out with commends Itself lo nil who havo occasion lected under one roof. Tbe stuffed Arr. Kichmond ........... 11 45 a ml caught threa or four It, and in some cases one whole shoulder and, referring to the fact that they never to iuo n ilyo for tho beard or imiitackc. a tremendous ehark Lto. Bowland,.... 7 13 ami. 11 larg-M- t Lancaster ..... Is made with it, notably where one shout-e- r went to war, said: "What has Mars to do 8 03 am lt will change gray, faded, or saudy year no off tho coast, i pirhap the 11 00 am, wliNkers, to a beautiful brown or black, Arr. Blcbmond..... is higher than the other. Everything with the Girdes du Corpt?" epeclmen of th kind In the world. Lto. BIchmond ..... a 03 a m 1 25 pml a desired. Tho colors produced nre "Pray," said an army officer, who had Arr. Winchester,,., 7 05 ami 2 25 am Lan,lh 23 feet, cirlh around th; thoulder must fit akin light tbeso days, and If one natural and Ixiting. It cannot bo walked Arr Paris.... 8 03 am) 3 13 am, Bceklng homes on tbe line of this road will receWe been on guard duty in Washington seven1 horrible monster, and if the ha not a good figure it must be made good 13 felspecial ratea. off, contains no destructive Ingredients, 7 23 am 2 40 p m 4 20ptn Lto. Lexington , teen years, to Mis Cleveland, "what do laot ihli Company for rates, routes .. 8 20 a ta 5 30 p in 5 20 put Ac1, srSee Agents Lts Pari !j rlran, p.ife, convenient to me, and (las eye aw a reproduction of the orlijl A favorite method of procedure la to fit dies find to or write " Cynthlana. think about besides dresses and 8 53 a m 3 63 p m 5 51pm C. P. ArMOBE, O. P. AT. A effectual. nal optio, m they are generally dielcned to first on the figure a linlnir, on which tho " Falmouth n 9 55 a m 4 48 p m 6 57 rim LoulaTille, Ky, "expression" never figure is built out with cotton wh'erever partlet?'' "The heroic deeds of our mod Arr. CoTlng'.on .. 111 80 a m 6 00 p m 8 43 pm rilKPAREO BY be, w more villainous army officerj," replied Miss Cleveland. needed. Over this is fitted a second lin- ern B. P. HALL & CO., Nashua, K. H., U. S. A. disfigured a fish. They nre simply diabolMATSVII.X.B BRANCH. A lady once told me nhe could always Tne sfa ing and then come the dres material." Sotd by nil dealers In medicines. in cunning and ferooity. ical know when she hid taken too much wine In those warm latiBaltimore Sun. warm with shark No. 81, TToTsST at dinner her husband's jokes began to Dally Dallr tude?, miking sea bathing almost a certain Interesting Figures. Ex. 8uq. Ex. 8un. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W seem funny. of life. Btnce our arrival at tbe Galle. risk The New York Nation gives some inter Lre OoTlngton...... 2 00 pm lately?" a la "Hive you seen Mr. eryanta ventured out lo eiting figures showing the age at 11 of the Face-o- ne Lexington 7 23 a m 4 20 pm which ' Paris who did all the talking. "No. I had 8 20 a m 5 23 pbi bathe, after dark, juit under our windows, men of real ability are likely to manifest dy Tho direct through line and old utabllshed route Arr MUtersburg.,., 8 47 a m 3 43 p m from tried for " Carlisle 9 03 a in 6 io pm and never turned up again. It U aupposed their force. When the civil war broke out to give up her acquaintance. I " Johoson 10 OS a m 7 07 pm Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Lonia "undertwo year to tell her something particular." " MaysTllIe that tbe shark or the dangerou 10 60 a m 7 60 p ra in 1SB1, Lincoln, Hamlin and Andrew and all points in the Weit. tow" took him. Johnson were each 62 year old, Fremont No. "TJoToT IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and All men nnd women can not become Two (2) Dally Trains from LouUrllle to St. Louts. Dallr Dally Aguo, Intermittent or Chill Fover, ReOae'e Hindustani Jf almost uselew here. and Diugla were each 4S, Seward wa Three (3) Dally Trains from Cincinnati Ex. Bud. Ex. Hun Knights of Labor. Bat are ire to under, mittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Bilious Fover, to Bt. Louis. U epoken, out wo to u.e uu CO, Cnase 63, Cameron 62, Stanton 46. Uree-leDengue (or uBrnk.bono" Fever), Liver SilTm 2' 43 pm Only Lto MststIIis... stand that all thoiewbo hare to work for Complaint, and all diseases arising from lucky traveler who 61 a coachman, ignofrom Loulsrille and Cincinnati " Jonnsan..,.,, and Sumner each 60, W iison 40, Feeen IO hours 6 27 a m lupet their Urine, except the Knights of Labor, Malarial poisons. to KU Louis. One Carllsl 7 26 a m 4 25pm rant of everything but the vernacular. 11 den 65, Trumbull 48, Wd 6i, "Thad" Mlllersburg 7 43 a m 4 47 pm to de driven out of employment end Tho Only Line by whioh you oan "Itarpers, S, C, July 0, 1&84. Arr nns,. ....,. ... . helplew, unTesifrYe to quicken dull Stephens CO, Bank 45, Hendricks 42, Cur-t- in are 8 ISs.m 5 15 p ta Is quite got a ThrouRh Stooping Car 9 10 a m fi 10 p m forced to bsg upon the street for a subsii Sitae "For eighteen montJis suf-ere- d " Lexington ...... " GiTlng ton 44, John Sherman, Morten and Colfax, wlte by using one's cane vigorouily. II 30a m 8 4Vpm From Clnclnatl to St. Louis. wonderfully, but we .each 33, Grant 30, Tecutnseh Sherman 41, tenci? This smack's loo much of despot Chills and Fever, .. .inn In tbii way ivith ism. If matters are pushed to such a having Chills cvtry other day. wd prch, affd' McCle!Uu3t, Hancock 37, Sheridan trytofcrMUcMVae Notk. Trains 3 sod 4 are dally between Wrn TViA Ti JtftUT Istbeonlr Uneninnla 30, A J OCill. through from LoulsrUU point, it Is Inevitable that antagonistic .ufferajpaintlyMVb: We artid Seymour 51, Tllden 47, Hayes 38, Garfield sociations, either o the worklngmen oras-of After trying various remedies chwter, Lexington and CoVlngton; other tralnr and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being aru dally except Sunday, how they recpnimended to cure, 1 used a conn. ctions are made at Winchester with made up of a combination of small roads. In Fnttehsurh Direct Here are thirty- an X.DKII.U .ni.tt.r i r 29, Lsfjnn 35, Lamar 33. Ohio for Sterling, AsblaM, and our Indus, bollti of Ayer's ApWCure, and9 Chesapeake 4Charleston, Ml. Vs., and Eastern cit- Tbe Ohio A Mlsslss ppl Hallway runs Palatial to oet along with th aalvee three men, then prominent in politic or capitalists, will be formed, Huntington, W. Sleeping Cars on night trains: Luxuriant Par- ies. will bs distorted by contenhave never since' had a chill. . UttU of the language, ai ''Tom- destined to prominence ia the field, of trial rotations lor Cars on dty'trelus: Elegaot Day Coach Fast Line: No. 8 and run via Winchester es on au trains. jEDWM JTARPSE." Bolld Trains, with Pullman 4Bleeping Cars betweea between them, to the detriment of answered He tions myAtkln'generallTjl whom a full third had completed their Cincinnati and Richmond, Vs., and Winchester Direct and close connections ira made tn UNION Boston Herald. everybody. very n cety elr. FRErAKED BY and Washington, D, C. DEPOTS with dlTergtng lines by thaO. A U. fiftieth year. Een culling dowu the figquite cheerfully! "dht Through tickets and baggage checked to any Bailway, Ihusarolillng troblesome transplain Dr. J. G. Ayer & Co? Lowell, Mas. destination reached by railroad. ures by introduction in the list of the few An Illinois editor defines a philanthroWe Just give them atl order in fers by other routes, 8. F. B. MOftSE, W. H.,WbtTTLESEY, Sold by all Druggists. Mississippi Bailway Is the only lias) then If they don't do it -- we lay younger men who did not become promi- pist as a rialoui person bent on doing the The Ohio PaKawWAgefli, Agent, Pas. botween Louterllle, Cincinnati and Ht Louis Thl. iat word mean nent at once, the average is about 46 year. Greatest possible good to tbe greatest poesl Cytlngton,Ky. Lexington, Ry oa the lackreo." under one management, running all it c.w.aMrnT, h. w.pulleb! we ay In trains through solid and In coowquenoe O lui Uke lh "tlmhet" a J atick-- or In America from fory-s.i- x to, say, sixty .s.x, ble number with the greatest pofslble P '4iwral Uauaxer, At M Boute beIs recognised thtlc of ni h&ctu;w lht clrM with his Invincible is the time when most men make their rec- amount of other ptople' money, rtmetlie. tween those Clttae. r. ftitlMfct wtlwul um TO DAT. ord. If we lived better it would be from F HUraTMAW, VVRPIIV BROS m Aooir to ticket Agents of connecting lines for m auiaur lo our forty-sito eighty. (Boston Tranrcript. The "Maine law" is still supposed to be Yitt. To kew,'cAWltllM-i.peIliD- Bt full particulars as to rates, Urns, maps, circulars (JKiofi lh uot M H NMaalrbrlt reFancy a in force in Maine, yet of 1.733 arrest 0 any desire . EoRfUh'Tashlori1 orlnoepienlfy. On a card in a Philadelphia street car Is mm tlseW:.. : arnrmrf U) vt9f I4tt' by the city marshal of ported for M Olfice South slde.JalatB Htmt; two doors abnv Trar. Pate. Ag't O.'atAL B'y. Booerset, Ky. noor:HlBtTiWtinifHllriea,a order in olaTu a great truth thus succlnctlv stated: L,Ci!Uuipiu.3j7rT tu. A.i .. . lifom. IIIH tkeMreranoUll-,W. M PEAHOur. v w.ji.oiiA'rruu, II 4 M Cfc it a great deal like making love Portland, "1,329 were for crimes' directly .Heinatlv.l "ScyUa ' i'as. tki't,. ' in wtd r -- If on' h nTrrilone " Cincinnati, O ' reeultlne from liquor." sulred. he n Lancaster. Mr. James 0. Hudgings, of Bell county, and Mies Susan A Carlisle, of Otrrant, obtained marriage licenie Saturday. Prof. T. M. Hawe delighted n cood siiiid audience at the Opera Hoih Friday evening. Hi entertainment wa. thoro'inh-l- y pleasing lo all. Lt. W. J. Klnnaird returned Sunday from Greenwood, haying been granted a furlough by Gov. Knott for a few days. that tinlen the L3'ialAturo tnkes some action in regard to remoring the convicts shortly there will ba trouble of a serious nature. Mr. Sam Harris and Mrs. O. II. Irvine, of Louisville, were called hero by the death of Mr. Lem Harris. Kobt. Elkin has gone to visit relatlrcs in Atlanta, Ga. Miss Burdette Letcher, the guest of Mrs W B. Mason for the put few weeks, leaves thin morning for Kichmond. Messrs. II. A. and O A. Burnside returned Sunday from a ten day moonehine raid in Jackson, Hallo, Wolf and other mountain counties. With the assiatance of gentlemen from Kichmond and Nicholas-vill- e they destroyed eeven stills and emptied many gallons of beer and brandy- Mr. Elemuel Harris, aged 76 years, died suddenly of heart disease at the home of his eon, Air. E. W. Harris, in this city, Friday morning last. HI remains were laid to rest Saturday morning in the cemetery at this place. He was the father of Mr. Sam B Harrhofthe Louisville post-offiand a highly respected cititiD whose loss will be keenly felt. ka ce, AVALANCHE OF BARGAINS! STORE-ROO- M CROWDED-FLO- OR TO CEILING. You are Bewildered with the Sight of so much that is Desirable and Attractive, And tho Pricca named almost take your breath for Cheapness. Our sole ambition is to See How Much We can Sell for a Dollar ! Wc Keep Everything Pertaining to a with a rail ami Complete Shoe, If at and Clothing department Attached JLry Goods Store, tit Pk .l S. Is. Powers stanforJTkentucky. G. IS. Co.'s Bargain Store, IIAimiS, Ag't USE m tete-a-tet- HALLbrlAIR RENEWER. A TRAIN Ji., belt-know- LRJ "s, -cC- L.&N. d. TflUNK LINE SOUTH & WEST ran-Mu- Buckingham's Dye WHISKERS 111 h Arkansas and Texas. EMIGRANTS - O. &M. NOSTII-BOCM- Ague Care I AVER'S 0. BODTU-BOPH- Mnch-EnglU- h y lie Lt .n.. nir.u Tr, Kentuckr-andanEnKUahjo- ldler, jWI !oB. l4 tn. Flrst-Cl&- x writoEQW,. BtAsl-OBD,-KT- .jaNTrH'j' "Ad-vertisl- Tr i "Y.ToSuan. uu d- C- ,M"reiitH'"' r i H CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN) COUNTY, Tho President, hearing tho report of Tub Louisville limes, the brightest and beit newspaper in the State, take it all in the serioua illness of his predecessor, Qen. --The Live Stock Record has donned a all, celebrated its second anniversary Sit Arthur, sent him a basket of flowers, with spring suit of Improved cut and sewed in - a sympathetio noto accompanying them. . u; uuuuiiuk i.gaii iu ot j urn fashion which is a great improvement over Stanford, Ky may , tmttn in(. JtIf n exceiience. In charae of one ioou In the case of James Harris, for the the old style. of tho very ablest journalists in the State murder of Steve Richardson, colored, near Old January hat been fooling around and with mechanical facilities unsurpassed, Shawhan, April 1, the jury rctuned a ver- the lap of May rgain, judging from tho W. P. WALTON. the rapid rise of this youngster is not a dict for ton years in the penitentiary, when chill of her cloudy brow whoa sho looked , mattr nf surprise as difficult as the estab- it ought to have inflicted the death pen on us from the retiring steps of April. We O.N the 18th of February, 1S01, Jefferson lishment of a is. Its circula- alty. had sunshine, rain and bail on the 1st. Davis stood upon tho steps of tbo State tion is 18,000 copies which we are assured Judgo Moberly, a lawyer, formerly of The Mt. Vernon correspondent ia after House at Montgomery, Ah., and delivered is nearly double the regular edition of the Ilarrodaburg, is claiming $100,000 Indem mo for writing an incontestable truth. Now, hid inaugural addrcsj as president of the Eccning Pw, nearly triplo the regular edi- nity from the Mexican government in beho had better keep to hia cabbage stories, Southern Confederacy. Then he satd' "I tion of the morning Commercial twice that half of tho family of Cipt. Crawford, whciein be struck the bent of his genius. enter upon the duties of the office to which of any afternoon paper now, or ever before, of the United States Army, murdered in He is better posted on cabbago growing I hare been chosen, with the hope that the published in Louisville or anywhere south Mexico. than on feminine beauty If his witness did beginning of our career as a Confederacy of Madison and Dixon's line, with a singlo While the circuit court at Paris Is bus weaken on him. may not be obitructed by hostile opposi- exception. ily engaged in trying murder and man Will Hansford, Jr , hca discovered a tion to our enjoyment of the separate exis slaughter cases Gov. Knott takes advan- man who fishes in a novel and successful There were labor demonstrations at vari tence and independence wo hare asserted, tage of the occasion to pardon a man juat ous points in the United States May 1, to deway, by which he keeps his geese out of of Providence and sontenced to and which, with the bin-sinmand the curtailment of tho working day convicted in that court mischief: lis t'ei short lines with baited Thursday last, on we intend to maintain." the penitentiary for malicious cutting. to eight hours, with the same pay as now. hooks to their feet and drives them into s HitBTimrTi ?'ri? j kern J$Tyrn ifn ma lit, f jsflsaBaTTT tho occasion of layiog the corner stone of Four murderers had their necks broSomo firms that could afford it yielded to the water and they become frightened when the monument to commemorate the Con ken by the law in as many parts of the the unreasonable demand, but the great tbe fishes jerk the lines and run nut onto federate dead in the same city, he delivered United States Friday and one poor fellow mojorily can't and won't and a general the bank with the fishe, faster than two "ln'?7'n! tho hravrv of the a who was to have bsen hung June ltb, got men can take them off and bait the hooks. strike is threatened. Labor unions have Southern soldiers and justifying their no- magnified did the job for i4.lL..... rranomlcil In an interview with Mr. Bobbitt re- itlYDgttl ami whnlraomeortf. More If I r . t i their importance andnad it mag- so impatient that he ho UcjM7tj -ble efforts for the cause they believed to be with a blanket strip. .... . ... I II an in n.iiinaw nified for them till they think they have himself in his sell cently he denied that ho was opposed to couipettton with th uultlluJ of loir jnst. Among many other things he said: bo,t Theieare now 627,050 Odd Fellows foreign immigration snd further said weight alum or jhurb.l. powdsn. BoM oolr In the country in a sling, but we fear they "I am standing now very nearly on the will find that they have made a serious and last year they gave their sick and suf- - only thing ho ever said that conld le the tins. UAKintf 4 UI1VKI I. Ota " so 110 Wall Btrnt, N.Y. The Bucket Pumb & Water spot where I stood when I took the oath of fering members over $5,700 per day. The construed as opposition was in rsgard mistake. to office in 1SG1. Your demonstration now total relief was $2,111,920.84. The total tbe two foreigners tried for hog stealing: There is an exceedingly unjust statute revenue averaged over $14,600 per day. It an lmnrouiht on aoy 'jianor Heritor exceeds that which welcomed me then. Tt ''I hope there will come no more such as This shows that the spirit of Southern lib- in force in Kentucky which permits a man Total revenue for the year ,Vl.t.MlV ?u'rlnuhttttb sir Irotu n they are." Mr. Bobbitt appreciates the top MT. VERNON, KY. rlitrrn or well. riooTln wli d erty is not dead. Then you were full of who claims to be libelled to bring suit in At Henderson Judge Caswell Bennett vast expenditures Mr. Ottenheimer has Ing I1 color t.J title or until. Tbl. Pump joyous hopes, you bad every prospect of any county in the State where the newspa- was nominated as the democratic candidate bat n made hero and the great benefit this end of TMi old DJ an lmprot chile; do llnkato gtt Hotel It itlll g ach achieving all you desired, and now you per publishing the alleged libel circulates, for Judge of the Court of Appeals from the lu flB( rtruutlon. chirgw rt.sonabU. cup liaoMrrrd pnuaoenllr, and Ina twliudi link, rad ol the county has realized therefrom, and is a flat plr ol galTaoUfd roa It i Do not are wrapped in the mantle of regret." Mr. and to remedy it Mr. Tevia of Madison, Fourth Appellate district, and Hon. James .i.cmion io me trarellng public. purtbate a pump until jou n thli. ,fd. enthusiastic for immigration, bnt opposed has introduced a bill to amend the act so Davis is no doubt mistaken in the latter Vtrr if'PMIliillr, H. Bowden for Judge of the Superior to sending for emigrants at an expense to Ml. YnnonTtVy. IV. II. IIIGGHVN. assertion and takes his own feelings as the as to require that all prosecutions against Court from the First Superior Court disthe Commonwealth to bring them to the persona publishing a newspaper for anyindex of that of the people. There is no trict. wide open door. regret now at the result of the war, how- thing contained therein shall ba had in the Mr. Waters, of Stanford, married Miss. Will Martin, Thoe. B. Carton, D. B. ever much those who engaged in it might county where it is printed and issued. Hail, of Boyle county, on Wednesday. The Edmliton, Jas. Brooks, all of Cincinnati, raoMregret the circumstances which brought it bureau failed to forewarn Ohio, were here last week. Miss Bailie inE Atlanta votutautum states a very sinnal-jervi- ce N. Sc CO.. about. The Southern people accept those apparent fact when it says that though the the public of this meteorological phenomeBONANZA MILLS, . MCIIMOND, KY. r tsn, wno is teacmng near Lancaster, was results in a manly and cheerful spirit and rulesof the House have been changed, and non. We suppose It had no honey-moohome on Sunday last. J, W. Guest, of the efforts of the radical press to make Mr. Randall put on a back seat, the busi- to hang out. From the Richmond Regis- Danville, spent Saturday and Sunday Si? 3 here, P'lW". TV U,,,ou' in tbla fi. capital out of Mr. Davis' remarks and to ness of Congress is further behind than it ter's "Thin Column." for I hem . M.ATK DVnOKRAR, .. 110 2m and compromised with J. Will James the vigorously wave the bloody shirt are insti- has ever been. ouniow, Kj. tad many nrw ono. At Williamstown, Wm. W. Wainicott, contract Mr. Guest's father had made with (IWMm) gated more by the desire to do so than Turner Holbroak and Clay Wilson met in him list fall for the old home farm hers, The Lebanon lawyers are a fighting set. from any occasion for it. We believe Mr. the County Clerk's office, where Wainscott which Will had bought for $J.SS0, thus one to engage in a scrimmage was Davis is possessed of the material that ibe last came to give replevin bond for his horse, avoiding a law suit and the farm remains H. W. Rives, who tackled the sheriff and would have made him the grandest man of which Wilson, as constable, had taken for Mr. Guest's. Capt out with a wound in the temple from T. G. Moore is at home his time, had victory instead of defeat came a debt of Holbroak's. Hot words were for a few dajs' rest, having brought from a pistol, though the lattefoays the shot was crowned his acts, and wo do not blame the passed, when Wainscott was killed. Hol California a stable of Mr. Haggln's horses Southern people for their hearty ovation accidental. broak is seriously and Wilson slightly to participate in Kentucky races again this has been nominated for wounded. Peter Nodler to him now that his life's sands are nearly season. Joe Coffsy and wife, of Danville, jrun, It is bat natural for them to feel postmaster at Covington, as a compromise Dnltit in ail klmlio' were up on a visit to friends here. Mesir. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. kindly toward him who served and suffer- man. Mr. L. . Casey, of the Common Duncan and Cattenon, legal lights of Loued with them, and any effort to dietort their tccalth, should have been given the office The young ladies social club was isville, were here last Wedneeday taking both ts a matter of right and justice. action into disloyalty and treason is the handsomely entertained Thursday evening depositions in tbe rtoyiton-Uar- k suit for a instigation of malice born of the most devTHE GENERAL ASSEMBLY. by Miss Allie Dunn. race none. J. h. Carson has returned ilish impulses and inspired by a hatred of Mrs. Anna R, Bruce, wife of J. G. from Kansas, where be disposed of all the Mr. Rigney passed a bill to Incorporthe South that longs for opportunities for Bruce, of this county, died Saturday morn Jerseys he took out but eight, and is seriexpression. The Chicago JJcrald states the ate the Danville Cornet Company, in Casey ing aftsr a long illness. The funeral will ously pleissd with the country ha visited. true facts in the matter when it says: county. (Monday.) take place y Mr. Williams wants Taylor county 'With the people the Confederacy is a bitSomerset Reporter. The total number A very enjoyable hop was given at the ter memory. With Mr. Davis it is a fond added to this judicial district and has ofof converts at Camp Ground under tbe Clemens House Friday night by tbe Danregret. He would have things different fered a bill to that effect. f99fmmtmmmWMmMmmSMmWm ville Hop rlub. The dancing was coutin-e- d preaching of Mr. Shearin was 57. W. 8. The Senate pased the House bill givThey would not change them now if they hour. Excellent music was Taylor baptized 10 converts in Fishing until a late could. He has stood still for twenty five ing a reward of $5 for the recovery of the Creek Sunday. A young man named furnished by Baughman'a Orchestra. yean, while all about him has sprung up a bodies of drowned persons. George McCarty, was found dead sear his I Mtas Marr McRoberts has completed a vC"V A bill to punish lobbying with a fine generation which has new aims and aspirashot-guwo found handsome portrait in wster colors of a lit- home this morning. A tions. In his old ago he touches their sen- of $500 and to make the person convicted V Wl tle daughter of Mr. Forestus Reid.of Stan- on his bed. Mr. William Conley, aged timentality, their local pride, their humani- of the offense infamous, has been presented. ford. Two other new and beautiful pic- about 80 years, living near Mill 8prlngs, Mr. Bobbitt has introduced a bill to ty; but he does not shake the conviction tures by the same lady are ".Enid" and committed suicide last Friday morning by that long since seized every rational mind declare Marion F. Lawrance, a minor of cutting hia throat with a razor. We learn Si f.-u'riage"Maidenhood." at the South, that secession was a blunder this county, a man in the eyes of the law Knox, the youth charged with that Mr. Conley was a man of wealth, and Wallace akin to crime, and that its success would and another to provide flood gates in mill furnishing another boy named Maynord no cause is assigned for the act of suicide. entailed conetquencea infinitely worse dams in the waters of Fishing and Buck have SUIlREYr?,with a poisonous substance, was on Satur"I'm hungry," said one of the striking than iti failure. creeks, in Lincoln and Pulaski. fined $100. Knox gave Maynord a drivers on tbe Third-aven- ue day railroad on Mr. Brother Walton thinks that Mr. ed an actAnderson, of Garrard, has present- niece of meat with strychnine on it, which Tuesday. "Why don't you go to work, authorizing personal representaand Rucker to ought repent in.sack-clot- h Maynord gave to a dog. then?" be was asked. "I'd like to," replied tives to erect memorial tablets at the graves of the ashes, and bow down nnoer tbe lash The Danville Literary club was enter- the striker, "but they won't let me." The of deceased persons, to be paid for as funerLincoln county bosses for presuming to tained Friday night by Prof. W. K. Argo, uncomplaining endurance of the pangs of al expenses. This is a good idea, if It is GrAln, Wool, Need, Feed, C'oul, Lumber, Etc. complain or criticise their way of managof the D. & D. Institute. Tbe subject dis- hunger would be noble in a good cause, ar, necessary for the deceased's burial place to I ing party aflairs. Somerset Reporter. cussed was "the Revenue Bill" and the for instance, in a strike of workingmen to be marked. It is often very hard to get the You state the case wrongly, old fellow. speakers were Messrs. J. W. Proctor, J. W. sesure fair wages or to assert and maintain heirs to contribute to such an end; We do not ask you to do any but the fair Yerkes and J. L. Allen. rights against a harsh and oppressive emArticle 2 of the revenue bill as amend -thing. There are no Lincoln county bosses HOUSE- Mr. J. M. Wallace, of the Boyle ployer. But a man who gives up a good ed and adopted by the Senate, provides for of. If you refer to Mr. Lynn, that we know Bank, has returned from a three place, in which he is earning $2 a day, to tax of 70 cents on each $100 of capital the Chairman of tho District Committee, week's visit to Kansas City, Lexington and wander about the streets pennllees and hunstock of banks and other corporations, and we can say to you that there ia less of the Pleasant Hill, Mo. Col. John Cowan, of gry merely becanse he has been ordered to on all surplus over 20 per cent, and strikes boss in his make up than in any man's we Chattanooga, is visiting his brother, Dr. do so by a few reckltsi and headstrong out the inquisitorial feature as provided in know of. He is an honest, square, fair- Geo. Cowan. Misrei Anna KInnaird and men, who are paid a high rate of wages Sec. 1, authorizing the Auditor to investiminded and incorruptible gentleman, who Hallle Young have returned to their homes during a continuance of a strike, is not a gate the books of banks and other corporcould not bo influenced by fear, favor or It tbe one that carries the lantnt and in Louisyllle after a pleasant visit to Dan- bsro. lie is a slave.-N- ew York Times. by any other consideration from doing his ations. ville friends. Mr, W. J. Owslsy, a law A Wisconsin lumberman waa caught by VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, plain duty in political as well as in every student in the office of Durham & Jacobs, trolling log the other day and held so other matter, and we have hopes yet, brothHenry Watterson saila for Europe went to Georgetown Friday to deliver the fast that he was nnable to get away. He er Rucker, that even you will acknowledge annual address before the literary pocitties yelled in vain for help. While Ijlng there it and confess your error. of the College of that place. Capt. J. W. The decrease In the public debt dur Jacobs, of the regular army, and Mrs. Ja a big bear came up to him, He drew his Owixa to the short notice and the fact ing April amounted to about $11,600,000. revolver and fired six shots, killing the Our ficllltlei lor bujlng and tbdIi:ountion tbo great quantltlei we buj cnaMri ui to giro lxtter The President refused to appoint a cobs will he in town this week on a visit to bear, and these shota were heard by a lum-m- an prlcei than tn on. that Henderson is rather hard to reach relatives. Rsv. Robert Grattan Noland, from many portions of the State, the edito- Mugwump postmaster at Brooklyn, but who went to see what waa going on, the new rector of Trinity church, will be rial convention was not largely attended. nominated J. C. Hendrix instead. and released the prisoner. on Thursday. Dr. L. 8. McMurtry They haye had a hail-atorin Texas, here Col. J. Stoddard Johnston, who has served A labor saving Yankee of Chaplnville, to went St. Louis this morning to attend the the association faithfully and well for six- and the accounts say that the meeting of the American Medical Associ- Conn., bas rigged a crank attachment to a teen years, asked to be relieved of further went through shingled roofs like bullets. last of the week. wheel of bis wagon connecting It with a -8- cion Kimball, who killed Littleton ation, He will return tbe ervice, and Mr. J. W. Hopper was accord Judge Murat Masterson, of Deming, New chum that he places in tbe wagon; and ingly elected in his stead. The other offi Stewart in Fayette, was released on his His wife is a .daugh- when the cream is all ready he dumps It cere chosen were Vice President, C. M examining trial Friday in bonds of $1,000. Mexico, is in town. Hut wa- ter of the late Jones L. Adams, of Garrard into tbe churn, hitches up hia horse and Urey Woodson; Treaa The senate has passed the House bill to Meacham; Secretary, county. Judge Masterson is a leading law- takra a ride, returning homo in due time urer, Ban Harrison; Orator, John Rust; Po- encourage perjury, by permitting defendants and thinks New Mexico with anice mess of butter that haa indeed et, C. M. Meacham. An adjourned meet- to testify in their own behalf in criminal yer of his section is a great and growing country. "come" very easily. ing was fixed for the 11th of June at Lou cases. The nomination of Mr. Charles R. Pol Sunday-SchoMeeting. isville and the next annual meeting for the "When I came to this country," said Pefirst Thursday in Jone, 1887. Several im- lard, of Iadiana, to be Judge of the meeting, consist- ter McGeoch, "a bushel of wheat was a etraiaUt throufh onalt goodibandlrd by in. Wa barennv thn largttt t'nek icr bronchi to tblt A called Sunday-schoo- l city and all wo ilk jouli tocall and ejtamlniourgoodi. portant matters were discussed and a com- Supreme Ciurt of Montana, was rejected ing of tbe several churches in Stanford, was daj'dwork. Men now want $2 a day for draft a new constitu- unanimously by the Senate. mittee appointed to held at the Presbyterian church May 2d, wages, and it takes three bushels of wheat At Green Bay, Wis , three brothers 18S0. The object of the meeting was to to make that. There is something out of tion and by laws. named Delande quarreled and fought over take some action in reference to the S. S. joint, x aon'i Know wnai it is, out to my ArrER the poor pjople have lost from property interests, ono of them being killed Institute to be held here May 25, 20 and mind the farmer is In a worse plight than 15 to 20ceata on each trade dollar and the and a second probably fatally injured. 27. Elder J. B. Gibson was elected any other man jn the country." Chicago money sharks have gathered them all in, The ceremonies attending the unyail-in- chairman and F. S. Pollltte secretary. On Special. on Coinage has reported a the Committee of the statue of tbo late Ben Hill were motion it was ordeied that the superintendbill which provides for the retirement of "I don't know what you mean by not in town and W. witnessed by 30,000 people in Atlanta Sat ents of the Sunday-schoolsuch dollars by receiving them at their committee of ar being an Irishman," said a gentleman who urday. Jefferson Davis made a short II. Iliggtns be made the face value for six months in payment of hiring a boy, "but you were speech. rangements forlthe Iastitute. R. E. Bar"-ro- was about all public dues or exchanging them for born in Ireland.' "Ocbf your honor, If Tho Senate Committee on Commerce was elected chairman and J. W. R)itt standard dollars. Then they are to be , syirelary of this committee. Tbe duties of that'.) all," (aid tbo boy, "small blame io unanimously decided to report adverse-If at all, his to into standard dollars. pgarjtas 1 ly the nomination of Mr. Warren this commlttee,Uas,explatned by Bro. that. Suppose your cat wao to have kitbeen done beforn the this should have tens lu the oven, would they be loaves of Green, of Louisville, to be Consul at Kana-gawWishard, State visitor, are to arrange for bread?"-PittsbDrugs, Books, Stationery ant) heavy loss to those that can hast aflord it. urg Chronicle. Japan; the entertainment of delegates, and the use Fancy Articles. The whisky men and the prohibition-ist- s Herr Most, the Anarchist lender, has of a church forjthe Institute. A motion car If tbe strikers have rot always 8Ucombined to defeat t'ae Dixon nigh been in prison in Prussia, Austria and Eng ried that the ssccetarr of tbisjComwittea be ceeded in raising the rate of wage?, they Pbytlclans' preicilptloni accurately compounded, Also Ifoan-- e hill and bv verv disgraceful lobbr land, and was recently indicted . u r .M Chicago. instructed to invite all the ..churchej of tho have now raised the price of sugar, ' I beef Jng succeeded ia their object. The whis It will be better for working men when I countr to oo operate with ui in the 8. 8. and coal. They are like tho sportsman ky men will no doubt have cause to regret is sent up for life. Institute. The projratame is to be preparwbo set his trap for a rabbit and caught a A dispatch from Somerset sirs the ed by tho State Cjmmiitee. their coalition for it is said that the next The ajcretlry ikunk; what ho missed in the way of pot-pi- e Tbo Largest Stook of Watob.es, Clocks, move of the prohibitionists will be to ee young man, Geo. McCarty, suspected of of the maetlnz wai directed to request trie was made up to him iu perfnme. Jewelry trad Silverware cure the pauage of a bill to submit the tho murder of hia uncle, Presley McCarty, publication of these minutes in the Intmu? queition of whisky or no whisky at the who was found dead in hh yard lait on JourtJUL. jBJehoptiiill?y on filmed 230 condl-datc- a Ercr bought to tblt market Prices Lower than J. B. Ginna, chmajf f the Lowett. Wattbte, Clocks and Jewelry Ito- during .Viwi. Thursday, hai left the country. sec'ty. aezt August election. palrul on ihoit uottco and Warranto!. F.8 Polmtte, Scmi-MechIjnimoronnial in sm. mOM Km new-pap- er POWDER Absolutely Pure. fc . wrai a pnS tt. MmjmmM. esimmasmskmm $5,27-1,307.89- . NEWC03IB IIOTIOI, main-UlnlD- lot-tor- 0.. "m Millinery. Buy Your Flour -- W. POTTS n ly,t,.h,r wearen & mam. Farminglmplements mid Mnehin- eiy. La'Ia to-da- n fiWS)$ cj 7&Vi &m 'J v a iies. -- Spring Wagons, Buck Boards. Farm Wagons, THE Na-tion- TO GET THE BEST BARGAINS BEST STOOKofGOODS i hail-ston- es, We do not aim to sell at same price as any other merchant, MEABJ TO CUT PRICXSS & FOSTJER. ol METCALF g s IO) Alitor MJ PHARMACISTS, H a, C- JEWELERS. m N Y. Intan potatoes. T. K. 'Walton McRonERTB Bod a 1'unE German millet seed at Wearen ft made. ii Menefee's, iiiai We have the moat complete lino of hardMay 4, 1886 Stanford, Ky The nights of Bitarday and Sunday were ware in the city. Special figures to buildquita chilly, but we hare hoard of so frost ers. Call and examine. Metcalf ft Foa- ,E."G. WALTON, - DuslnoBB Mannfror. in this section. tor 8ut ft Btaoo hare started their Fountain and is as good as ever ritory Mr. H. C. Wood, the excellent comepounds VKVf aDVEBTISEMKIITH. for cash. dian of the "Amor" troupe, brought down the house when he rang of Stanford's lamp Mall tr sin gotog North flTOCK.- -I will Booth posts, that you havo to take n lantern to BANK Juno court day, itll at auction InId the .ii ! it r 1 12 Ai M. Ostium or stock bipiUIUUU" (VUlUMtNHiHMi ATlluena Vista, James B Iioblnaon baa find. The posts have been standing two or National Uink of that place. Thomas a. it Vif A. M . ii imHMMitlHttHHIMWI (121-lbeen a)ointcd F.oyd threes weeks, but never a lamp had been l'Aitsoxi, Staulord. postmaster and U calculated oa standard time, Bolar Ths Burks at Berlin. placed upon them, until Saturday, but they nets about 30 minutes faster! aro for the moat part done are up now and the gag would not work Farmer LOCAL NOTICES. planting corn and is coming up well The worth a cent. One square Piano, In a good stale ol preserva J ii liAKimicrit's Garden Heeds at Mclloberta acreago la fully tip to the armge In tbo county court yeelerday J, G tion, for 575; oee excellent Square, price 5100; one Upright, naly new, 8175, one large Square PiWe will havo our regular Summer open Weatherford was granted license to keep ano, ! . For Information call at this office or IlANjn&Tii's Harden need in bulk and Miss see Mr. S. 8. Myers, Stanford. ing of millinery and dress making on Fri a tavern in Hustonvlllo. The wills of package at 1'entiT & McAllster's. Cooper, Geor.o Myers and T. T 121-- lt 3lrn. S. fi TRVKIIRART. day and Saturday, May 7 and 8. Beadre Naomi WATonra and Jewelry repaired on shor DAvieai were admitted to probate. Mr. ootico and warranted br Penny & MoAlis and come. Misses Smiley ft Warren. Dr Myers named his wife as executrix. Sl G. Mr. G J Hemming, will deliver a ae Alcorn is made executor of Miss Cooper's Buy the Haw Ho liemcJy, the origi-- WILL 01 VK- nal and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- - ries ol free lectures on phrenology at the will and Mr. Divlesi requested that Mr later. House next Tuesday, 11th, al7.!0, H. S. Withers or James Paxton carry out Prlvalo Phrenological Court Examinations A cOJJPLrxB atock of Jewelry, latent and continuing three nieht. Kv.mtnittrn -- ' ' Mwt of um piojiuiiy is For a few days, at 'the rorlman Houst, Stanford, . 'LI Rock-forwatches a specialty. PenI tylt. free aa also is bia exhlbiticn of life e'zrd left to his wife, after proyiding $500 for his commencing Mar 12tn. Hours of attendance from ny A MoAIUter. 10 to 12 and 2 to 5, Terms lor private consults-tlo- n, portraits of eminent men. 1 60 cents. brother Joe and $2.M) each for his nelcts, PERSONAL. Mies Iva Smiley and Annie Lee Raney. Rev. G. W. Yancev, a fluent speaker, de now Mrs. Fields STRAYED OR of Danville, NicKEiiaoH, E. I. N. LOCAL TIME CURD. Wanted I Wanted 1 1 - 50.000 -- . ' flowers are gron In Wyoming Terfor fnol The stalks when dry are as hard aa mapio-vooand make n hot fire, and seed heads with the seeds in aie said tn bnrn bettr than the bist hard coal. An aero of sunflowers will furnish fuel for one stove for a year. WALL PAPER ! V WALL PAPER I WALL Trimmed nntl Ready for Use, at of Wool at highest market price A. T. Nunnelley. !... PAPER! . avs PLAN0S FOR SALE. M'ROBERTS fc STAGG-'S- ll J. HEM MM A few more N. 121-2- was in to tee us yeaterday, Mn. KonEUTNEWTON.repreoentlng Jh STOLEN. livered a strong address on temperance at MARRIAGES. yeaterday afternoon, which the A Gray Saddle Home, the waa listened to by a large audience in Mr. James Lunaford and Miss Eliza Sixteen hands high. A llbersl reward will be McCormack harvesting machines, la in which were a number of ladles. There are Hunt haye no superstitions about the given for Information leading to his whereabouts. town. many prohibitionists in this county and of Friday, for they chose that A. II'. JlOXTGOJIEItY, of the the rentiment is growing. J. P. ZiMMenuiN. local editor Crab Orchard, Ky. day for their nuptials, which occurred on DanTllle Advocate, represented that paper the 80th at James DishonV, near Milledge nnn hale:- - Good 6bloglMt!l with Notice. I hare purchased of Mr. J. E. power Kngine anil here yesterday. J" Jointer, a Tllle. Belting Complete. Mast. Bumf, Corn Mill ago Bruce his outfit, including a number of Juwje J. A. Lytlk left a fow days of Stanford, Ky The father of Mies Anna Buckles, good hones and buggies and will continue tojoinhla family at Harper, Kansas. He to do buiiness at the same stand. I intend Paducah, locked her up to prevent her will, howerer, return. Woolen Mills. runniog it as a first-clullvsry, feed, marriage with a Mr. Smith, whereupon the The Meows. J. J. Walkiu, James latter got out a writ of habeas corpus and were breaking and training, stable. Will take while the lawyers and the old man were and J. W. Hmltb, cf Garrard, Hlglicst Market Trice Paid for Wool. all kinds of bono feed at the highest marhere at court yeaterday. lady ket price. I will also continue the business wrangling over the case, the young We are Mim Minnie VanAksdall, of third-storwindow and farmers Innow prepared to manufacture wool fora tbe bstt manner. As we shall make at my old stand. First class rigs can be ob- climbed out of a y who acquitted herself moat flew with him to a Gret- specialty of CUSTOM WOBK this season, we sJWr joining her lover, solicit wool to 1 made Into Blankets, remained in Stanford tained at either stable. A. T. Nunnelley. in "Amor," na Green. Jeans, Llnteis, Stocking Yarn, Flannels, Bolls, Ac. Ac We will keen conitantlr on hand a stock and I the guest of Miss Sue Kout. A. A, Warren, reporter of Hope Lodge, of roods which we will exchanze for wool on fa-DEATHS. Dit. Turner and wife, of Lexington, No. 19, Knight of Honor tells that at the Torable terms Wool bought at tbe market price. ui wool la for manufacturing William Armstrong, an old citizen of edPrices aa followi.- - Cardingwhen spinning,furnishKy., are at Dripping Bprtngs for their age of 60, T, T. Daviess joined the order and are lGc; is a sister of Mr. J. who formerly lived in this Carding and Spinning, doubling and twisting, Jc; health. Mrs. Turner January 12, 1870 Since then he has paid Lexington, Jeans, 25c Carding, spinning and wearing by being rid- Carding, spinning and wearing whit) Llnsey, 25c W. Hopper, of the Ltbanon Standard. in fees, dues and assessments $401 30 and county, was killed last week . lll-lI)r J. H. Bamxju left yesterday to at received in benefits $22 i, leaving the coata den over by a negro boy, D. XATTIXGLV, Medical AssociaCol. Hugh A. Moran, a prominent tend the meeting of the of his Insurance for ten years on $2,000 tion at Bt Louia aa delegate, and from there but $180.30. Had Mr. Daviess been under farmer and Shorthorn breeder of Madison, lll m.ke a tour of the West with a view 45 at tbe time he joined the order the cost died Friday, aged 30, leaving a wife and bad health of locating. to him would have been just half of the three children. He had been in One of the many pleasing features of above. Mr. Warren thinks that thrse fig- for long time and had just returned from a 00HTRAGT0R& BUILDER the production of "Amor" was that it cauied ure ought to induce people to seek the ben- trip to Texas, whither he went to regain STANFORD, KY. hand-som- o his strength. ua to become acquainted with the efits of so cheap and so safe an imursneo. of the Harroda-burOffers his serrlct to the people of 8 anford and Of Inflammation of the bladder, after and talented editor vicinity. Long xnerleice and careful attention "AMon." A large audience of our best years of intense suffering, which confined nimntu iitliiictiun Bjll.llnz material ot ev Democrat, F. D. Bpotawood. and his at low rates. able lieutenant, T. M Farnsworth, both of people ant tabled at the Opera Home Fri- him to his room for tbe last alx months and ery description furnish witness the rendition of for the most to hla bed, Mr. Thomas T. day evening to whom took parts in the opera. "Amor," the production of a couple of Har- - Daviess breathed his last peacefully and reLOCAL MATTER. rodsburg gentlemen, by a troop of NEAR DEPOT, STANFORD, signedly at 1145 r. M tbe 30tb, aged CO artiste. Reports of its excellence years and 4 months. He was born in Boyle For Meal, Flour, Bacon. Lnrd, Sugar, Coffee. ButGarhin seeds at T. R. Walton's. Cheese. Bologna, had preceded It from that little city, where county, but moved to this place many years ter, Epgs, Canned Goods, Jelly, Preserves, Macca-ron- l, Apple Crackers, Molaaaei. it had only been given before being pre- ago, where he married Miss Matilda Fields, Butrer, Mackerel, P gs' Feet, Spice. Pepper, Clores, "Cream" Flour at Waters ft Raney'. Cinnamon, Candles, Hominy, Beans, sented here, but ss considerable allowance who survives him. He served through the (linger, Tea. Fruit, Pickles, Oranges. Lemons, Fos-tsi'PoUtoes, Dried Pure Carman millet at Metcalf ft Tobacco, Cigars, Coal Oil, Boap, Starch, was made for local pride and favoritism, we Mexican war, receiving a lanco wcund in Ilalilns. vin-rliit,.ir, fart anrthlnr usually kept In were hardly prepared to receive an opera the ntck, and in many other ways during his a grocery. Foods dell rered promptly to all parts in exchange for Country produce Bee Wearen A Menefee before selling so meritorious in its composition, both in a long life proved himself a true and valua- of town, Qlre me a trial and Itaken treat you fair. will KOOdS. l(KMm your wool. literary and musical eense, or to it new so ble citizen, who will be missed In the ! Wr guarantee the Proctor Knott patent charming and so artiatic a rendition. To circle in which he lived and moved. For - name a fsw would be unjutl to the many( a number of years, he wai engaged in the flour. Metcalf A Foster. mr Firm fil iflf) A CffH. at tit- but we must at the risk of injustice mtn-lio- n coal trade, and by a very strict attention ated near Walnut Flat, Lincoln county, on the A liEAtrrirCL line of Flower Crocks at the excellent acting and singing of the to business amassed a fair estate, which m.fh.,1 . rv.i. Drrhir.t nlke. 4 miles from Stan Tbe land la ford and 6 A. A. Warren's "Mods! Grocery." pretty little Miss Gibba, who took the lead-in- g with the insurance of $2,000, which she In excellentmiles from Crab Orchard. condition, an abundanca of water, laiiucuicu.. part of "Anita," and Mr. L. C. Walter, will get from the Knights of Honor, leaves fencing ecoJ. spaiioua oarn ana lueui,18$ and '85. on Lancaster street A smalt, store-rooall new, built In house, Ac , the author of the music of the opera, who his widow in comfortable circumstances. Couifoitable dwelling JO acres In wheat, 0 acres W. T. Walton. near Main, for rent. clover, 20 acres la poMeased of a fine voice, well cultivated, Tbe funeral sermon was preached at the in oata and sowed to timothy and for corn: remainder tn crass. Terms and prlco Hats al is an actor of much ability and rendered A rnw Men's tannine Manilla Methodist church Sunday afternoon by ressonable. (lH-m- ) f,. II. PRliOtt, Stanford. $1.60. worth $3 at The Great Bargain Store. the character of "Waller Wood" admira-- A KEW- Rsv. F. S. Pollitte, after which tbe remains bly. Mr. II. C. Wood, who wrote the li- were interred in Buffalo Cemetery with the 8. L. Powers A Cj. " bretto, and who assumed the parts of the rites of Odd Fellowship, of which order he Buggy & Implement House. Mu. John Blain baa contracted with MERCHANT TAILOR. "Seedy Arliat" and "Klder John Apple- - waa an honorable and devoted member, asRaney ft Wright to build a neat llttlo cottoll-ga- te on John," proved himself a splendid comedi sisted by the Knights of Honor. I will In a few days open a tage on his lot ust beyond tbe an and created much merriment and hearty I hare received and still receiving the Danville pike. RELIGIOUS. Pull Lino of Agricultural Implelaughter. Miss Alexander's "Martha" waa ments, One Ctnt. Bend your name on a postal decidedly pleasing while Miss Stevenson Rev. W. P. Harvey dedicated a new A. Wovl card to Sharpe A Mlddleton, Loulayllle, won much praise as a superior vocalist, Baptlat church at Salvias, Mercer county, With tbe reliable Walter head. Alio Harvesting a STaiblces at the Comprising tbe best In the market, which will be and obtain a copy of tbe handsomest and for the charming nnuner in which she Sunday. Ky., illustrated Dry Goods Cit&logue ever given acted the part of the Bhaker Ridress who closed Full Lice ol Buggies and Wagons Qotton Up in atylo and Make Sooond to None in City or Country. A glorious revival meatlng was " wickedly fell in love and flew from the at Pittsburg Sunday night, by Revs. Gif-for- Alwavs on ha d. In connection with my Imaway. Giro Me a Trial. place to tho arms of her lover, the inimiplement business, I will also carry a Haipenny and Chllders, of the MethI vriu. have my annual Summer Opentable Applejohn. Miss Minnie Dinwiddle odist churcb, resulting in 35 additions. Complete Stock or Lumber, ing on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, surprised and gratified her many London Leader. Mav 13.11 and 16. A cordial Invitation bolh Both rough and drceed. Prices on ererythlng as friends here by the very superior manner Tbe auccess of Sankey as a singing ar- Job F. Watxks. is given to the ladlea to call and examine Thomas 1). Rimet. in which she acquitted herself. She bae a sietant to Moody has prompted Revivalist Low as any one. my stock. Miss Buwade Boatley. yery sweet voice and sang "I'm Sixty-twSam Jones to enlist the services of a spirit solicit a ihare of your patronage Kesixctfully, Kisos Mountain held an election for To day" so splendidly that she was encored ual sonctiter who rejoices in the name of ns-u- r . niiccE. town officers 8aturday, when J. II. Watts, again and again. Miss Djllie Williams E. O. Excell and Is expected to excel SanRoy furnished tbe instrumental music and did J. 8. Pennybacker, G.S. Jones, Jamea key. ! and J. M. Baker were elected trustees; G. it with her usual grace and perfection. The citizens of tbe Bright School judge; William Bullock, Worthy of special mention also ate Messrs. M. Lane, police House neighborhood are endeavoring to marshal and Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, clerk. L D. Cardwell, F. D. Spotswosd, Farns- raise sufficient means to build a comfortaCome with the tide to us for advertisements. Is dead, ine Bourna'a worth, Moore, Cooke and others, but space pild for writing Haley, tho young man jailed at Rich- it limited and we must desist. The fre- ble church, to be controlled by tbe Meth- brought on softeninghim the brain andthis column Candles, WM be died of Sugar, CoSee, ol odists, who will extend its use to other de Flour, Meal, w ... Banannas, mond foi stealing a horse from Mrs. EHra BB ' to give and hearty outbreaks of applause nominations. Dr. G. A. Traylor waa so- too much sirsrtness. Oranges, Bacon, Lard, quent Dr. Bourne Is determined, howerer. Parks, of Garrard, and selling ll, was ac- showed bow heartily tbe entire perforLemons, Butter, Eggs, btntfl'.of tnls !vge salary in pilcca. customers the Potatoes, liciting subscriptions yesterday and up to Besides selling Dates, rig. decldine that the esse quitted, the Court Balalns, Mstkercl, mance waa enjoyed and spoke its praises date has secured about $700. Preserves, syrups, Artielta Toitit Goods, Ma- only a breach of trust. It takes a hair MirInf Faneu was Jelly, NAU the voices were iU lanes. be- - most elcquentiy. A mass meeting of the Sunday Schools Htxtlada, Jnsmimews, aie JlercAmidue Cocof, splitter though to tell the difference aeese, good, some unusually so, and if the young was held at the Precbyterian church Sunjeictlry, Dolls. Lamps, FMng lacUt. Clores, ft'Aw I not Oysteis, u " JBvMriri -- . twen the two. A jplellutter, Goods, - HKtK-M- n, lidies and gentlemen aro a fair sample of day afternoon, which was conducted by the Jk.iTIf, Sumgtt Knitts. Mper, Blank Booh, Canned Apple, Pino Slates, Ammunition Dye Stuffi, Glass, Mix Spice, liomtny, A new schedule went into effect on tbe the beauty and intelligence of Harroda State vialtor, Mr, S. F. Wlshard, who ma Je Cinnamon, Beans, ed ruints, Brushes, Varnishu it dees not effect this burg, tbe town is b I weed with more than a very interesting address, in which he L. A. N. Sunday, but Cakes, Kraut, s Drug Prunes. kept Sardlcca, in the running of the local Its full quota, and should be and doubtless stated the object and alms of the Sunday Everything new, In a and superior, Htore.allof division save m7mwwjmmmimmiimMmMaumr ho has on . Ireah Fruls Pickles, which Is Bakers Chocolate' a tlaten uaenvtarm, uu w . . u . . freight, which pajses here at 7 65 A. M. Is proud of so excellent a party to repre- School Union. The musio was especially reacnea. bnnd uinu with Cluam, Lamps, Chimneys. anr good looking lady who deala with bltnlist of nrl.it Atinl.. iVirn.il TtMf. Prickers. Htarch. Soap. Soda, Tobacco, Shot, Cartridges, will be handy sent It. The nicest of behavior and cor good, his solos and those of Miss Daisy now, Instead of 0.18, This Hoes, naaee, Coal Oil, (Jooensware, Tinware, Pocket and lable Cutlery, Powder, choice of the lot. Watch this column for Burneiue being mucn enjoyed, ine uoun Seed Potatoes In fact, everything In the Grocery line, and also plain and fancy llarneis, name, or call at for those who wish to go South on the rectnees of decorum were observed by the ty Convention, set for next week, is postWagon Gear, etc., etc.. manufactured for us by tho popu'ar firm of W. It. Carson A. Bridles. Whirs. and Book Store. of every description wanted. Remember that we buy and sell just Son. Cotlllf 11 Southern road as It reduces the lay over troupe aa well as by the large crowd which poned till the District Convention, which Boutuo's New Drug as low as any Ann possibly can, unless they carry on business for pleasure and that Is a fact we came with them and the entire pirty won will bo held Mav 25. 20 and 27. at the Junction nearly two hours. to reiterate, empbaslxa and lupreis upon the minds of an Intelligent public. Wn especially vnTHATSHlUT Guakasiteb cctlre satisfaction, always, and deliver all goods anywhero Inor within a few mile of Its way into our admiration and esteem. Btanford or our suburbin city of Jfotrfaiuf. LAND. STOCK ANDCR0I WATKItS Jb RAXEY. of our prettiest girls went to We but echo tho sentiments of the com A dozen J. NEWTON CRAIG, Jr.i Salesman. the opera the other night without escorts munity when we wish that another occa In the the three days' sale of horses by and looked as Independent as wood sawynrr; sion mar be prerented for a repetition of Woodard & Brasefield at Lexington 212 When aaked where wero their beaux thoy their visit, Tho troupe numbered 20 and were disposed of an avcrngo of $239 50. replied: ' Ob, tho boys are mighty nice to their names are as follows: Mrs. L. C. Tbe Louisville races begin to day. The take us walking and to places where tbero Walter, Mlecs Hannah Gibba, Hattle Ste- probablo starters out of tbe 107 entries for ua is no admUslon charged, but they forget venson, Minnie Dinwiddie, Russell, Nan- tbe Kentucky Derby are 18 In number. as these." Fie upon you, on such occasion nie and Mamie Alexander, Sue Corn, Bettle A number of horsemen and gamblers you. boys. We nra ashamed of and Minnie VdnArsdale, Maude Myles, aro trying to establish a new race courte , who imagined sbe Dollie William, M&y Pettibone and Meesrr. in Louiswllle, to be known aa the KenMn3. M. A. DAW-OHL. O. Walter, U, C. Wood, F. D. Spots tucky Horse Atssciation. was the "good old.lady" reierrcu io hi Some dcren or more fine stallions wete bad fallen In Paw-son'- s wood, L. M. Rue, John Caelf, Wallace articlo saying that one PLATT, LOCISVIIXE. denies in pretty pointed Rue, David Haydon, James T. Cooke, L. exhibited here yesterday that were unable mill pond, Cardwell, L. D. Brewer, T. M. Farm to show off last court day and their perthe truth of it. Of course as e D. lanCuae do noth-lo- g worth, Judge John Hughes, Jack Moore, formances were witnessed by an admiring called no names and would say or lady for the world, we W. T, Curry and Jim Splllman. Other crowd. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." to injuro tho old ladies and gentlemen from Harrodeburg Tlio Orlsrlnnl nntttr.Only tannine. Yesterday was an exceedingly dull give her the tenfit of her statement. rw hf t..rttii . iUt. gladly nf t ilk'naui R( I f i lullM LADIES. Al. r ,M llri.I:i. had It were Mrs. L. D. Cardwell, Mrs. Lucas and court day. Tho crowd was small and Capt. t reporter who gave us the Item The aiiifh t.tr'llclll,, Eye-lin- e , Bush says that only 150 cattle were offered. , good authority and daughter, Misses. Ella Merriman and I,. ,r. from what ho thought NME PAB" Pearl, Dr. Glbb, Mack 8!tr and Thy wero inferlot and sold at 2 j to 3 cents. br WlSi-'HS- l, i was not animated in the untter i . h John J imtj. mulos sold at $70 per head. 11 yearling at bII. Dr. J. I SEED IRISH POTATOES court-hours- e Which will be sold low, at 121-l- m ch aDG-ln- T. R. WALTON 'S. A Splendid Variety of y e Stanford Har-rcdibu- y cred-itabl- Bark M in Bulk and in Papers Can be found at m J'l-o'r- Frank Allison, g SS-l- yr T. R. WALTON'S. GAIEDGOODS&OTHER GROCERIES Go to W. K. Veatcli, liar-rodabu- rg n Of best kinds, at FAKi!tt Ir.. f.ili FOB SAMS T. R. WALTON'S, RUPLEY, Main & Somerset Sts. T H C. New Goods for Spring and Summer, d, n. c. mxjex.E",sr. o i WATERS & RANEY GBOOBRS, BrlAIKT STREET, - . STANFORD. Pk,. Katrw ' BOTJENE Iia-zor- t, Vjr -- flrst-clai- ,. : lrMlc de-sl- ro Wall Paper, .u. Furniture, ENNYR0YAI PILLS I 4 Oases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest ''" Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices B, K. Stanford. i- r jmwJEd M4 Jfcmi-ffiBttHflSnt- 5T. JsLT m Jf I ' Matthow Arnold. lovera only 6tand. Ho a tall, stately man, They sleep in theltored rest uBt tinged with grey, and aho a Like helpless birds in the warm nost, his hair boon ever bestowed upon man Is perfect DEMOOBATIO TICKET. On the castle's southern side, lovely blonde, jast budding Into woman health, and tho true way to Insure health feebly comes tho mournful roar Is to purify your blood with Ayer's hood, Hit arm was around her waist, anu WhereOf buffeting win I and surging tide For Circuit Judge J. W. Atcoiuf. Mrs. Eliza A. Clqugh, 31 Arling" Commonwealth's Attorney-- B. C. Winx. her head rested on his broad chest as if she Through many a room and corridor. ton St., Lowell, Mass., writes; "Every County Judge-- T. W. Varjjon. the moon's ray know the waim heart that beat beneath it Full on tholr window bright as day; Makos their chamber Circuit Clerk- -J. P. Baiwy. winter and spring my family, Including would ever ehie'd btr from care or unhap-pines- s It shines upon the blank white walls. myself, uso several bottles of Ayer's " County Clerk-- Q. B.CoorK. And on the snowy pillow falls. He spoke: " Expcrhuco lint comlncod me And on two angel heads doth play ; "Myrtle, do yon realize that in a few Twined to oach other tho eyes closed, " County Attorney-- D. B, CaarESTEn. that, ns a powerful " Assestor E. D. Kksmkdy. short days you will be mine -- mine to cher- Tbo lashei on tbo o hooks reposei. Hound oach brow tbo cap oloio-sa- t " Jsller B. M. Owkns. forevei?" ' Hardlv lets poop tbo goldon hair; Superintendent Common Hchools-- J. A. Bocae ish and protect d Through "Yea, Henrique," murmured ohe, as she Searcoly moves the covorlot. lips the air " Surveyor-- F. B, Uoward. tbo nestled cloeer to him. One littlo wandering arm is thrown purlllor, It Is very much superior to any At random on the counterpane, "And do you feel, darling, that you are other preparation of Snrsnpniilln. All In haste HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. with mo for better And often the Qngeri cl03i willing to cast your lot baby nwnors chatod persons of scrofulous or cotiMimptlvo ten, dear that I am much As if their buttorfltos again. Tho or worse? Remembe-dencies, nnd especially dcllcnto children, A report carno in on Saturday that a are sure to bo grcHtly benefited by Its older than you." Wantod to Sco Vanderbllt's Mansion. occurred on Lann Branch, near dispute ' Oh, Henrique, your age only makes me use." J. W. Starr, I.nconla, Iowa, wiltes: ns.meil Griffin Tho lato William II. Vondorbilt was a most this place between two men " For years I was troubled with Scrofuyour knowl- urbano man. I only met him once. I was resulted in the latter reepect you the more. With and Grnbba, which lous complaints. I tried different edge of the world you can better guide me, In Now York, nnd nnturnlly wanted to sco being severely stabbed in three place. prenrslloii, which did tne little, If nuv, his house, It having just been completed. better show me a true wlfo's duty. Oh, dar When I called ho was out, anil tho servants gootl. Two battles of Ayer's SanapA-rlll- a Have not heard thedrctor'a report. Loulsyllle, Sb ling, I would no", have you a day younger. refused mc permission to enter. As I was goeffected n complete cute. It I1 my MlssBmleV king." ing away, feeling very much dLsapiointed, a M opinion thpt this meillctno h the visiu Mr. Abram Leel You are my Idol, my Kpraonn flrinc o up, and I immecarringo "But, Myrtle," said he, after a moment's diately recognized drovoVondcrbilt from tho blood Mrs. Mattie Lilian, of Boyle county, and Mr. pause, "suppose that through the care of portraits in some ot tbo comic pajxtrs. Wonhave been spending r. wrc here. Mrs. away from you and you derful how thoso caricaturists strike a likebueidessl was kept Won I. Moore and daughter, Mrs. Nelson, that you ness I Well, I stepped up, told him who I church hereon Sun- grew to doubt me. Suppose of DAntllleTaUBodoi to sco was deemed my lore growing cold; would yon his a western architect who wiuitXl refused of the day." C. E. Upton, NVhua, N. II., new mansion, but who hml lx.rn day. Harry HocUer, of Dinville, repoit-c- d present? admission, llo was ns civil run man could writes: "For n number of jean I Saturday even-in- cling to me as in tho golden to the otd folks at hormi was troubled with n humor iu my eyes, bo, nnd promptly and most cordially took me Would you trust me?" Messrs. Djdd and Bjtns returned and unable to obtain relief until I com"Oh Henrique" she cried in a buwt of In nnd showed mo through the whole place. menced using Ayer's SarHparlIn. I ime from the Lexington hone sale retwtirj; n Tho manner iu which tho littlo kindness was anguish, "how can you conjure up such a shown was eveu mora pleasant than tho act sal-s- . taken several bottles, am prcatly benelively market and raminentlye fited, and bcllcvo It to be the best of blood your readers picturs. This, this and this shall be your itself. Ho was what I should call a w ItruUyou will furnish pleasant gentleman. Cor. Qlobo- ralslug her golden head ehe purifiers." It. Hurrls, Creel City, ltanm-of the sd death of Wm. answer," and with an, account Democrat. Co., Dakota, writes: "I hnc been nu kttsed bis lipe impulsively. Aimstrong a former cltlxn of this county Interne sufferer, with Dyspepsia, for the A Qoad Cement for Iron. Bat assflhe cesied, what a change came be a matter' of at Lexington. It will past three years. Six months ago I began sob) for A correspondent of Tho English Mechanic many a heart in tbir over him. She heard his choking mniiyiful interest to says thai ho used tho following recipe to use an Instant, and then, pushing ber aay, tho greatest succww for the cementing of with iron and Boyle county, in bah of which he was without an embrace, without one kiss, with railing tops, iron gratings to stovw, etc., nnd widely known and highly esteemed a an industrious, en- out even one word of farewell, he hurried with such effect as to re&Ut the blows ot a upricht and useful citizen, sledge hammer: Tako equal parts of sulphur away in the gloom. terprising and prosperous. He was makand white lead, with about a sixth of borax; en WlthoJt one word Myrtle fell, a hnrp Incorporate the three so ns to form ono homoing arrangement to retire from active All geneous mass. 'When going to apply it, wet senseless form on the cold hall fbor and e care a quiet home in which to It has effected an entire cure, and I am amtd the scenes night they watched her as she lay almost it with strong sulphuric acid and placo a thin now as wull m ever." spend his declining year layer of it between tho two plucvs of iron, lifeless, and ere morning came, between her which should then bo pressed together. In and msmorie of his boyhood When I Sold by all Druggists. sobs ohe had told her story. five days It will bo perfoctly dry, all trnces of he unfolded to me h'n plans siw bitn l'rico $1; Six bottles, $5. And in the gray dawn her aujry father tho cement having vanished, and tho iron and was lookiog,fjrward with earnest hope will have tho appcuranco of having l)een Frepared by Dr.J.C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, of rest. It came un sought Henrique, who was pacing the fber welded together. Boston Budget, fulness to the season Muss., U. S. A of his room after a sleepiest night. expictcdlyina fora unforeseen -- but not Cloven 3rdo or Itabblt's 1'ur. And he also found that with her last im unprovided for Capt. Tom Gregory, of Winchester, Tenu., on pulsive kiM Myrtle had knocked Henriqut's has a unique pair of gloves. They were VU. W. B. X'ENNX, .Your reporter i in ebutitive waicr two false frout teeth down his throat. Peamade by n young lady who snared, n lot of Dontlnt. account ot two recer.t hors ilems kiWVLU1 STAKFOBUD, KT. cock complains that his hne, "htch died at Stutter ', mbbittj, carded nnd spun their fur as if it which haa just xt doot to Jirrn-MOOflce on tontastar etrt, were wool, and from tho yarn knit tho gloves. 12 a in the aristocratic name, 0 Bolltv-broleft the flock while still a gosling, and re She decorated tho back of each glove with tbo Jockal oflc. OAre hours from $ to wb(r u. tnd lUSr.H. Aneetbstlcs adraralsUred -, n is put down under the plain rabbit. solved to have nothing more to do with lis ar of a oeresury, I touch my beaver companion geese, but to try a new way of Hrckirghsra Positive Cure for Piles. o Bilnhrnke and plead life for itself.. So it boldly marched Into apologetic. To the peopled this county wr would ny that mv brain the birracks'of a Uhl in regiment one day we nnsiified that "Freely" hjdf hT8 been glren tho Agency of Dr. Marcblsl's with a deluce rf iqiinu eenealo'szy runnirg and stationed itself next to the sentry b'ax Italian Pile Ointment umpballoilly guaranteed Alexander' Bu Tne Uhlans were touched by the coo-- e to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Dressed Pino Flooring, Ceiling, We&thei back in unbroken-lineNBoards, Tiuithing Lumber, Qreen Weeding or Itching Pl!i. Prlco Mc a box. cephalus and the fauioue wooden hnnB of choosing to itlly itself with their corp, Blind by Ptony For sale AMcAlliW. Drugristi. Lumber iu the Eougb, inoluding recording him and built a Hhed for it to live It. For r Troy that I came verv Laths and Shingles. Daughters, Wives and Uothers. ne OV tr dee twenty three yerueihtr threats or peras Chrononhotontholi-coWo emphatically guarantee Dr. MarthUl's For thsronrrntenceof our customers In d lithe indignant plaint of J S C. in which suasion were able- - to separate this b'sJ a Female ltemcdy, t cure Female Disand Tldnlty wo hare arrangH he claims that I fsl'ified the record and from its adopted regiment Wben ti 0 eases, iiicbu OrarUn troubles, Iudiuimatlon and If. lVeurcn to keep on his yards anwith Geo. assortment of our Lumber, where ther ran get It ascbrapas damaged the re puiaiicn of hi kortff Den Corps changed quirter the gocse went wHli Ulceration, Falling and Dlipltrerueot or from us direct, lie will make estlnatm tor Irrrgularltlcs.'UarrenneM, Change 0 any bills not on bands, slao wo setiou to bv them, and wben the Ualands went to fiht down Mllng, it g tin him-el- f mark, which will all oa short LtfoLcucborrbtxa, boildrs mny wcaknersessprlDg-lo- g notice. MRLV1X X V.i VIS, de tailing an imaginary curtailment which. for tbeir country tt e dedilate creaturo took 23-from tneaboTe, like lleidicbe, Bloitlcg, Spiuiy, Kr. if true, would infolvs th- - necessity of hv up lor a while with a battalion of infanlri; nal Weak nt si, Sleeplessness, Nerrouj Debility, s. ing the hone re tailed. Now I submit that but no aoonea did the first Ublans enter Palpitation ot the Heart, Ac. For sate by Dr. 50 Prices !1 and I said nothing abjut J. 8. C didn't give the town than the gooee marched out to J B. Marcblsl, Utlci,31 X. per bottle. Send to free. V., for pamphlet, the name of anv particular horse didn't meet them and went with them to her old For sale hv Penny A MeAllster. PrurelsU. The noted lreeler, will know that J. S had a hore, but eympa quarters. Since her death she has been WILL YOU SUFFER with Dysrejw.a and Lit- make the seasgn oi ISM thized with Calvin C. (whom I know 10 be stuffed, and It is to be teen in a glass cie er Complaint? Shlloh's Vlullm Is guarantied to at my stable I'; mll.u south of UustonTllle, oa a bone fancier inii' owner of fine stock) on the gate of the barracks of Stuttgart. cure you. For sals by M. L. Bourne. IbellustonTlll and Libdistinctly that THAT HACKINO COUGH can be so quickly erty turnpike. AbdslUh over a statement made totme They Should Fail Into Innocuous Desuetude cured by Shlloh'a Cure. We guiraatee It. M. L. Kienco is uy jo uuio, tT; his boras had met with a serious accident No. S150; trial 227- nr.1 'i jn an. I half l...r' tT" Ti,, ,rr07.r;4l pugilist with aptitude of Bourne. ?--,iaI congratulate "j .rie.i.i Ciwui ou 1 CATAllHH CURED, health and sweet breath to O.C. 8.. record 2 21,. ""' tongue, with a supreme expansion and secured by Shlloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50c. ( I). C- - 8. so d for I9.0O0.I ntrlew 2 2S '., Lycurgus fact that I has mistaken. 2 31 and Mark Wakald, pacer, tiUl 2 20; First development of lung. Kiial Injector free. For tale by M. L. Bourse. damJUttleB. t.y Willie D. (by Foreigner by Iuip.G!enco.)tddm Kettle C. by Cuunlohin' the loud, officious demagogue who And Skoulil ltquieuiber tliu Difference. Copper Bottom; 3d damMlnerta Duccai by Imp. "No," said Fogg, "I'm tired of going out shouts him black and blue, and loves Busxard. Jo Elmo by Bt. Klmo, No. 213, by AlexPIANOS AND ORGANS. visiting; If I call on Brown he's sure, to ander's Atdilltb IS, bylsdyk's UstnblrtonUn the darling people for the sike of revNo. 10: Joo Elmo's 1st dam by Mambrlno Mewen-ge- r; bore 1110 to death with his everlasting 'brag enue, Wi 111 O.'s dain by Starlight, by Cherokee, Messrs. 8. B. A L. J. Cook are Agents for the about hU dog; Vt I go to Black's, he'll talk by Imp. Flansor. Abdillah "lenco'i colls are A Co. Pianos an t Organs, which emThe chronic politician who was born to John Church of nothing but that confounded horse of his; brace ibe following most exculWnt Instruments.' kind, fine and large end sod morcrs, both In save the State, and all economic evils and at White's I shall bear of nothing but Knabe A Co., Uatelton Bros., Decker A So a and harness and under tha saddle. I bare one of his Everett I'iai.oi. Also. Clough A Warren and the that with rery little handling trotted a Kin 0 bis hens. Therefore I prefer to stay at purge and rehabilitate. John Church A Co. Organs. These Instruments sec.; also another thttwss as promising, but ow. homo and enjoy myself." "But, my dear," who thinks piety a are most excellent In tone, of nest durability and Inetoan accident has nesef Oen trained. Abinterposed Mrs. F., "tho conversation will Tne theologic skeptic we defy competition. All of then, ara warranted dallah Ulenco, although a natural ssddle borse, fraud and cab regulate the universe ru for five years. Reference A. K. Penny, Mrs. trotted a full tulle on a 10 sec slow track In 2 13, hardly bo more improving if, as usual, you E. M. CirbenUr, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and with six weeks or two months' handling, tlmnl dilate 011 pipes and tobacco." ''Yes, my perior to God. by II of James Stau'ur; Mrs. Msgile Holmes,s show aPojie, giltlloyle county. Mr. P. says he could love," replied Fogg, ''but you should remem-bo- r 2 30 any time. Call and s e toy stock (Jen. W. edentary loafer, the confidential kind, CrabOrchirJ; LaocutT, J. Laodraui and Miss before breellng elsewhere, and sate money, for he the dilTerencc. I do tho talking." Bos- The Huffman, Kr. poistssrs some ol the but running sod trotting Misses Roie Richards and Ella Bamsoy, assiswho with sapttofic gossip will talk a ton Transcript. Crowes In existence. He Is a besutllul brown, tant agents, fellow blind. 13U hands high (gelding msature) superior bone to Henri Umleritnndlngly, How and muscle and stands fur the small sum of And the Socialistic ehouler who can't learn Private) Dalzell has entered the lists $10 tho Season or $12 60 to Insure. what he is worth, who would renovate against Lubbock, Ituskln, Collins, et al. He I will also stand uy flnoJicL, scciety and reconstruct the earth, claims that la order to read understandingly the works recomtnondod by those great Lynn Saturday Union, authorities it is nececuory to havo mastered THE INTERIOR JOURNAL At flO to Insuro. Hols 13 hinds 3 Inches high, WhHa a female base ball club clad in at the very loast tho Latin grammar, the wtn Hoe bone and as much style as a horse. He Latin rcadqr, the Qrook grammar, tho Greek jerseys, knee breeches, colored stockings, -- And the Loulstllle- Is a and a branltr and reader, arithmetic, algebra, geometry, me- and red caps were playing bill in JSew Or will err Jennets at 170. Hirescen three or his chanics, surveying, botany, zoology, astroncolts from Jennets that do honor to any Jack Courier-Journ- al omy, tho classical dictionary, Webster's dic- leans on Sundiy, a young man darted out Mires parted with renders the season due. Thoi who hare traded msrn bred list season are tionary, geography (general), and unlveral of the. crowd, andeeiz'ng one of the young One year for only 83 two' pperi for little reminded that my money is due and exarcltd. history. Exchr.nga more tban the price of one. lire taken to preTentac:ldtnts, but not retpon-s- i women by the back of the neck started to ble should any occur. rushhe'roffof the field. "Pollc!' shout-eTho Slilpt To Jlo Painted Gray. By paying us 13 you will receive for one year l, the Tho now British admiral has given orders "Arrest that man " your home paper with the the manager. reprcaeotatlTenawspaper of the South, democratto tko coinmaudors in tho Chuicso station to 'Not much," said the young man; "this ic and for a tariff for revenue only, and the best, havo thuir ships painted gray instoad of girl is my sister, and I'm going to family weekly In brightest and tae her Btates. Those ableat desire to examinethe United white. Various colors havo been tried in r sample who Courier-Journhe did. can do so at this efflce. copy of the past years black, yollow and white having home," and The Combined Stallion all boon oxporlmtmtod with. Gray is said Baltimore has sufleted a 5000,000 fire. to ba tho most enduring and least conspicu--fcia, ous color; it i this color that most of the Bucklen's Arnica Sahe r Chine ore pointed. Foaled May 8, IPSO. Is a dark brown with small TbebestSalTe In the world lor Cuts. Bruliu tar; 16 bands high; extra heary mane 'and tall, Soret, Bait Rheum, Fever Soros, Tetter, Chapped symmetrical In form, with superior style, bote Iu Characterlttlcs of Putt Walking. Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, birncsa ind under stddlo. He was sited by the Tbo characteristics of fast walking and an Hands, noble Humoter DenuMrk. he by GnldirJ! nn. and positively cures Piles, or no pay req nlrsd. I, '0) toUltVlltt MWAlBimCHICCOfiTf(tF mark, he by Oaloas A Cromwell's Denmark, be imttvaJvo gait were illustrated by the mansatisfaction, or money by tho the race horss Denmark, be by Imner in which an English champion, lately Is guaranteed to give perfectper box. For sale by ported UedgeCord. Frice 23 cents Dtn deceased, onco walked. lie had "a grand refunded. Through Coaohes and Pullman mark, he by the race 1st dam by Miller'sdam by horse Denmark, his way qf go ng," with perfectly erect body, Penny A UcAUiter. Florlxet. 2ddaru by Montgomery's Other, 8d dam Sloeplng Cars. by old Drannsn. lireedeia will tske notice that regular arm work, and powerful swing ot Mat Can Be Done ? Prince potaesees more Denmark blood than any tbo hips. When ho walked fast some of From, By trylnj again and keeping up courage many other stallion now In the stud, which all bis strides wereovor soven feet from too to horsemen will acanqtrJedga has produced things seemingly luponlbls may be attained. Louisville to Chicago, s hoel Exchange. saddle and combined stock tban mors Hundreds of hopeless cases of Kidney and liver any other known tn Kentucky. Uas'proren him-e- l to Chicago, Cluclonuti Complaint bare been cured by Electric Bitten, an excellent breeder. In the Autumn of Ills Life, saddle stallion, after eraryUiiag.else had been tried in vain. So In. tho autumn of his career Walt WhitIndlAuapplit) to Chicago The man has ' fonakbu tho swlf ferry don't think therq is no cure for you, but try Elso- omnibus as means trlo Bitters. There Is no medlolne so safe, so pure boat and THBOtTQH TABLE Foaled May 1, 13"J, la a rich mahogony bay, 13J-- : of dally pleasure travel, and turns toward and so perfect a Blood Purifier. Eleotrlo Bitters Diseases of hands high, heaiy mane and tall, is strictly fine tha old Itmiilonflnld turnnlkn with thA Iiaha will cure Dyipeptla, Diabetes and.alf ViLouUvlilef and fancy, fs lio'.h a natural and pleasant saddler, and fcuggy hii kind friends have given him. the Kidneys. Invaluable'ln affections of qtomaili, breeds tancy, and a. more uniform breeder of sad ,.,..,, I wT'OAcj vnd Llrsr, and oreroome all Urinary Difficulties. LTe. UulsTUle,v. 7,40p m, Chicago Time nas never produced aslui can 20 -) wast has shown saddle action Is c.Jt J4ntn 8 00 ara dlers butnot berouoa; ..... .... I. natura Large Bottles only SO cents a bottla at Penny A. Arr, LafyeUfl...,M. a id ly, gluing the blue-ti- o " Cbleago.., .,....,.,...4. i 9.80 pal Largest Ilotol la the South. colt the aad McAlUtsr. uie rings worn iqeomsii 10 me youogeat or nu St. Augustine, Flfi., is to have the largest offsprlor. II Is high-ta- ll itylo on tioth sldea to Via Clocfna(tU Excitement in Texas. bote; la eUe' aoutti, OOd by, 400 feet, and the third generation, Is baoked up by thorough- pni brtdaon both sides, making him very actlreand costing, .000,000. ,..,jT7;aaBiJt It will be built in Great txclUBMOt has been caiued In the vklnl- - Lva. dsoisnati .... snrlthtlr Id ifalt. In form and finish a nttttet moil. stripUf Moorish architecture, of coqttlaa ty of Psts, TesM, by the remarkable recoTery ef II TjulMpftUs.M eh Was sired by Bumpier Denmark, tha sirs of ...,- IMptal , V"rTij-rr. CKlseje.. . 411 .l J rnvwnil -- .. Hilrd.1 n..H nAmA( inH .......... llli un mu l. Mr j, Sf uority,- wno was so Ineipiess ne coiua .. ooi b. rrmce uenmaric, lis Kiren aDorei. 1st uani by Lally except Sunday. ready for next winter's btufnejA-E- xDally 8lc Wsilaoe, he by Todhunter'sBlr Wallsre, he by turn In bsd, or raise his headj everybody ald Sarsa-parllla. 8hria-T.D.NwtAND. soft-opono- Icraal Where Did the Lost Onts Do, They etood at tho door of tbc'mnnitonis 4B5 CHILDREN ASLEEP. f Oft COUGMC misu Orto.Jt Ulk) THE BEST S SEcojsrjinBWjaii Lick turnpike road, at i Thli fine combined stallion will make the season of ISM at my stable, near Mhelby City, In Lincoln couuly, on tha eJhutby City and Knob Blood $15 the Season or $20 to Insuro a (Jolt. Jewel Is a blood Description and Pedlgreer-'Vcon- d bay, with black mans and tall, 13 hands S Inches and action, lints 5 years old high, with fine style Cunnlnghim'a this Spring, as sired uy Jewell, ho by tbo famous old Washington Den. unra Aiiuuir, iit tnarK. rirsi corn; 3d dam by Wells' Crusader; 3d dam y a son of Davy Crockett; 4th dam by a valuable old tvl. die mare, pedigree unknown. Mr. 1I.C. Parvln's Old Minnie, dam orsecond Jewel, wasa premium animal, frou a colt to an agml tntre. Second Jewtimes and wore the el has been shown tweut only twice. slick tlo twenty-twlast season at Danville, Hounds ten shows Klrkivllle, lllchmoudsud Lexington and voro ten blue ribbons. will be furnished marei atrtmablo rstra. Parting with tuirns forfeit the lusurance. Lttn retained on ad colts until aervles charge are Mid. I will als stand at ths same sublet the One Jack iii r -- rdi ai tlmts-detfat- e.1 o, 1V . r . . t ii . ZL TJ tiXihnrt E3 1 3NT. tan t trttf iiiuiim ?& n, iMtaiti. ?i7 .t . me ,m,ll Ulllf r . ono-hors- Purifier BLACK HAWK! ..,. Is a coal unca inouiuby Di"i", ' i.u Caldwell's "joung Incheshlgh. Ho w.s sired AtflNtolnsureallve. colt, money due when the . . . III.pV ..... IfAMrlr 1 an ...1. 1.1 hi ar .iiiid .......I n.... ... laiini H .1 k.n.l. t u tf J - Wn in iiwla (U Iks fcrtlltt tna."iHll rntoi, rhii,i r'otf UiIIBUi. fr a - Cai kn.n rm.y Cika. tt stitfOti, taf tt4 M ik . .mhU.. iMifliifcr u CrL A.i mi Ttui ' WAI TKK A. TAYLOVt, vi.Mki if- tf 1 1. fran a Us la ike Hvtltfri Stt niiilpK Iktl loAWU - tt ih ttriy nctttlnt Mik, ttl ttlmq-if- ff"'r.nntnitiriatit riMy-it- l ,... 1 1 J j. . ,1. i m.. . . .,,.., Atlanta. Oa '. iti ctiuitn nrfataBsaav loaniau re r.t.tusi Blick Hawk, he by Velocipede, he br liobsrt son's by Btlgali's HUck Hawk; 2d dint was raised by, allies Maxwell ana wss in imponoa jsca, T,H.iMHHGE.Ky. 107-Bhelby tltr, Doth for sale by Dr, M. L. HOUKNiv, Httnfori MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. holo-soulc- Vermont Hamblotonian, tv, 1. &n ililllnn will make the season of 1810 st tar p'aoo, three tulles from u..rr.i nn iLb Btanford bu-la- Sarsaparilla AYER'S A Danville pike, at w 1R tnTnsnro - & Mara v; in loai. r--- v.'. jffj Propr E. H. BURNSIDE, This Old and Woll Known Hotel Still Maintains lt High Roputation, AND i aic.s IMj'slxteen hands blah, by William Welch, by UtVlvke's Hamblelonljn, 1st dam Ka a by tHlPs Irs Proprietor li Iti Shtill rJecond Determined that no Country It to be Hotel in the State in iti Fare. Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quest. shire, br'lmp Yorkshire; Sd dsra Little Emily br by Imp. Uvlithin; Sthdam by Parkolet; ethdym I'ow-e- l. Sth dim by Hannibal, 'Jih dau by Silky, by (See Kmlly Bpe' I" Ifnte-- 'a Btud Dook, ol. tld-Hns. lt aired the grandwt sire living, and Otll s mont coiullned, tockel by thurwugh btcl. ought SiV Vermont being a grand son of Uysdrke "Ih One style aud lni, good acttou William Welch, with P'tvale reeord ol 23. 1 HitnUe-tonla- Biskm wlllbt eeavty.d to aad from the 4 free of thargs. Nptrlal aeeaninodatl ont to Conmrrrlal Travelers. Ths nsr will alwaja aappltsd with las ekolrtil braadiof LlQiort aad Clstrs. er. UlliO sin I will also stand at the same place a fico Jwk. es "I.t'r' Titos. ironiOTOX Mambrino King, Wilt tasks the season of IS56 at my ttable, 3 miles from Crab Orchard on the Crab Urcbird A Laheuler turnpike, at Jr., othi:ic8. -- appel-l-ilive- lM-lyr- .J f LUIMBER! Gilt Edge & Silver King Hlnl br Iltitddi's Denmark, known at On Time. rtntdira Mollle Mount by Cabbie's Lexington, he by Taylor's by t dam SJ Young Anmlca,Denmark, whlrh (Ives tn by Miller's In U,4 uvtU, Mm a diuUe crone tU Utt soJUir 4thdsm by Jim list I, ore of the brtt r'lebnrset of his iy; th dim a noted Had He mire brought from Vlrcinla. txvllgrte unknown They will make the n of 1M at J I: Far-rl- ', ooomlle from Btanford ou the Huttonvllla pike. (Hit H.l;e Is a dirk brtwn, It bauds high, I jearsold Ibis Spring and will ttiRd it 1 Met-iDgr- , SS J " T T " $12.00 to IiiHtiro a lliliiL' I'nlf. Or 810 ifnl the season. Maui s 1 HUn-for- tlt sea-o- 1 en-ta- ll Drug-gilt- $10 to Insuro a Mrlng Colt. Bllver King will Ulimlttd to 13 marss, at the sitae rate, lie Is 3 years old this Bprlng, Is a taautlfulbay, IS hinds 3 Inches high Will alto stand at lame place a fiae Jtck, Abdallah Glencoo! -- brlnoUIng, Jr.ilt is binds high. Jet blsrk R yetrt old, perfect In furaiand wis Airrt by Dr ifrrr s show hore 10 the world, Miwbrlno King, the l Mambrlno King was ilir-- 1 by Miintrlno 1'alchen full bmtber to Lady Thorn, 2 it. and l'atthen, by Mtnilirlno Chief, the (tltbtited hcrte tint J. II. (iiy brought from New York, Uiwhitno Chief was tired by Min.brlno Par rustler be by oiJ MtiubrlBo, he by Imp. Maiuwlbo 1 111 uini iiy nger ivnip, -- a uiui iy wing, jr. Jim Alleti. Sd dim br Nero, 4tb dim a thorough- Lrvi mare, At . At. Thecoltt t.y thli juung norse ar the flnttt theeoutity ean pmlure, Caie takeu to prevent accident, but not retpsn-slid- e for anr. hoason furlettid when tusie is itrt. rd with. ti. II'. IllXfl, Ky OibOrcliiru, aVsSSs iti Mi.rr 'i HS-S- STEVE WALKER, At He wis tlrrU by Alkln'a King William and be by Ktog Phillip; his first " " r " llpandbeby King PnlUlp; his second dam by More Castle The More Cuilejick Is a large grey. 110-11. EAMltH. E. A' In June, 13 bands blah. Messenger D. Full brother to Maud Mes high. 2 1CV), ttc-f&- ijfc. fts to Insure colt, money due at weaning time. senger, He It a biowu Jack wltb wuiie polnU. 3 yesri o d lundt if Will make MM at the liable cl Charles Dunn.. w r, .... U,,l .1 tbe Kuih llranch pike, at bar, j;, theteatonof ikx . y V -- rj Mjm - t. & f lf J. J. 635 to 1IJ.II Insuro a Maro in Foal, CU.lill.EH MtVXX. Danvillo Wilkes! Umludnuuibirotma eist Will make the seison of ISSSit my Livery tltable luSUntord, Ky., and will lie penulttl 10 larva a Mousy due at toon as the fict Is ateerlilued rr mare parted wltb. 1'tsturage at tl M tr month. uaiiie lur no icciucnis. v .1 " On Time, Tv.t. t nfAt.n t..A. saddle ttalllan. wilt iinTimai VM I etn sinrisi w Lis-si- A Grand Combination Mcelroy, Arst-cla- ts Weekly d Courier-Journa- STALLI0NSF0R 1886. al TriitcG Denmark! eF5 Due when tervltca are rn- - .2 dered. tfiO to Insure a mam in roai, cue wuen iae u-- i is ascsriaiurn.or aitS to lnsu-- o a living colt, dui when the colt Is oaled. Dinviltt Wllkss Is a beautiful mihogjny bty, stindlng 1H hudihlgh.i)f aret trottlogae-tlo- n bis mile In 2.30: quarters tn and bat trotu-27 wltb little handlltuat 4 years, anJ has alrrady dlttlcgulshedblmiclfisa br coder Uels a counterpart of Alcyone, but a latger horse la every respect and hit gilt and blood lines also similar and is the time remove from the great Ueo. Wilkes that PhllThotupwils. Ills flnt and only old that has been handled It Bailie Vsgtn, named in honor of one of tbi fairest and brightest Jewola of Indlim, and It a worthy nitn'take ot royal bleed, at the bat showed a gilt clots to 2 fJ, being handlod by a colored boy. Like her sire, she has a level head and a good gilt. Danville Wilkes Is by Lylo'i Qea Wilkes, Jr; dam of Danvillo Wllkei by Skedaddle; Bkedaddle by Ollvtt; 1st daiaot hkediddle by Mcdoc; Zddiin Trnmpeter; M dim Aritus; sth dim Imp. Bpread Eagle; Sth dim Wild Heir, 0th Kelipss.and ran tin tnco blm furtbrr Into the thoroughbred family If ncceairv. Kora, the dam o Dauvllte W IlkM, lint dam Meidley by Waxy, 2d daui Bbel-toVVaxy. the old Teh graph, "51 data Fiasb slreof Medley by llerthume, 1st dim by Stony Pctret,2d dim Tom Hal. (Irs.u furnlthed at tl per tntotb. Due taken to prevent accldtatt.liut will not bsrtton-sibl- e should any occur. 110-l- f I. T. XVXSE h .El', Stanford. n' ftl5 the Neiison. snd nitka tbe season of ISM at Wllllsm Ilubble's. VtAjFJ) J& .rr.. j- - tvi.., jzrmzr CLEVELAND AND TALMAGE, Anlfour Jickist my own itiMe. The old Mad- lion Jicr, 014 Itlack Hawk, lMill Thompson, Joo lllnck- liuru and Urlgliam Touiifr, Jsck, all at (tlO ColUof Prloce, to liiHiire colt our way until weaulng time. th10T)--tanv- I A Usn rttalced on all rolls lor the season. Det'rlptlon; Cleveland It a deep bay lA hindt high; Taluitgola IJJ. bandi, a beautiful brown wltb ftucy - mtrki, Pedbrree- mvt wbat they can do. Call and tee tho horret and licks and (iiz-itn- ) i.r.i 1 11 1 Jiiiijt.. CHAMPO ! men-of-wa- tHHO. 1HHO HeMy, I ratters, roadsters and more fine and flnt-claEsitern horses tban any other attlllon In Kentucky, will maks tbs aeason of 1830 four miles west ofBtsnford, directly on the Knob Ltck pike, and will, on account of the depression over everything, be poriniitcd U serve mares at the extremely low price 01 i,Bafc i'JC' 4 j .tJBBm.? SSkto'BBBlSHBSruMBBDBtwU Theslreof flrst-ala- sa first-clas- The fine Imported Norain stallion, will make tha seatoioflgeAat the liable of J. M Wray, at "Pink Cottage," 1JJ miles Mm Btsnford' at 1 '"rikti WALLACE DENMARK. chftuKa v. I -- - IHia V gia since bis return front the Polar regiete, and, as a remedy, had the nerves at the base of tho spine severe! and the ttaalf aad mufts'paratod..-L-Chicag- o Tribune,' A Sufferer from Neumlgtm. Lieut. Oreeljr, thi Artio explorer, hi beena constant sufferer from acute neural- wimdTlnu of Consumption. A.trUl bottle ot Dr. King's Hew Discovery was sent hiai. Finding re lief, hs.bouebU Urge bottle and 3 box of Dr Klng'sNsw Lit Pills, and by the time he had taken two bexsaof Pills and two boxes ot the Dlx corery he waswsll and hsd gained in flesh thirty-powwU. TrUI bottles ol this GreatDUcov six ery tor cWww'ly'freet Penny 4 Mc'A'Hs tor's. BLEEPJJSBJKT8; mad mlienble by that Over 22,000,000 lobsters were captured ant Cure U the remsdy tor canned on Prince Edward Ulani laid tmlble you. Fur sale at JL' b. Sourus's. yar. eesWi,a 1'ij' Sir Albert (thoroughbred) 2d dim by Virginias (dam ofVlrglnlus by Trauby, thorouihbred) he St snre jonr ticket reads Tla the by tb celebrated Mason's Whip; Sddsnt a Whip mare. Thi above horses will make the season of 1846 at my Uxm.tl-- i miles from Uuslonrille, near Carpenter's station, and will be permitted to serve mares (U Sf. A. A C. K'y) aa It Is iht nolckeat. the bast at S 10 thfaaason or $19 SO to Insuro a'llrlcg and most direct line to Chicago and polnta coll Maces comuilttud ui my cars and brredlcg ta tM MorthwaA. wllliBclie toy personal attention (Iran fur Tickets via the lionoa ,BuuU oa aala at all prin ntshed sVeasonaplf rstss, t b paid for befms cipal ticket oess. For rates, maps ana iuu in inflrsmovaj 01 maris, no responsibility tor or tscapts. Parting with mireJ (orfolts the WM.''tfcULDWU(.O.P.ACbloaSo. 'ipJl'O'B'nriTiY.O.'" A.. I.oulstllln (ntance. rrw:i..f.:.-.7,r.;rr- . MOKON ROUTE, atct-dnii- ta Or JJ to Iusurss Colt. Chtmm UadarlcgraT, Grass furnished at tl per month Due care taken 174 bandi high, weight 1,639 pounds and Is sfx years old the 29th nl Msy next. He Is of fine style to prevent accidents or escspts, but will not be and action, good In tbe loins, well ribbed and ihoutd snr occur. DMerlntlon and t'edliree. Nobbr li a let black largs body. wlh well shipod ihouldert; hold well set 00. He wit Imported by O. W. Blub. star In forehead and (wo white feet, Ifi binds high, handl J inch olgn, one mane ami tan, good, cony bl.tleldACo., nl Illoomlnston, III.,Hept II. 1881 f and neck, excellent shoulder, leg. beaulllul head IMAVIb IVAKKFitiD. In tact, faultless In aytnuitry;anii backandlold will guiranlitAtnersaocen'i live a suuiou possessed ora better disposition, and these qualities he Invariably imparts to hli progeny Nobby Is theatre ot of NobbyiJr, recoid 221, and told for 15,000, when handled vory little. One of his colli trotted last season, with little training, In s 2 19, another In 2 33 and one In 2 31, ard was told for 12,100., Jilt suckling wora tile ttet at the nuttonvllJe and Danville, Fairs oyer rlngt of twend ty lid twentytfour ooltsj Nobby wasslrefby ; Chief, ths tire of Daitli Dike,. 8 2MKt' Math'. 1IH Arp. hrlnal!lfSpy,2 8Zi; ifpok. oy juaisunuo Ullli tin si i 81! tttrrari lOiei is indothWtin Ibe'iWlUt. Itrst dam by Prauk; Sd i dam be Aratdl: by dam brHVtdvk'i Uatubla- a Dlomede, Nobbyjs din Ionian! Hu dim thordti'thbred litre, said td be bV Iniri. Tranby is on Parting wlfh tuaios shall forfint the1, 1ntu,rano !n all catei'antt a Ilea retained 'pa all .cots until Balm. tervlcacbiTM lipall. For further iBlormatl6n,' C. I.. VltOH, callon or address : an-ne118-l- $15 the Season or 9- -0 to Insure. iFirtoen IiellarH the Heiweu, Many a Lady-i- Oar-rsr- ltJ ?3j beautiful, all but her skin and nobody has ever told to put her how easy it beauty on the skin. Beauty Magnolia the skin Mtrth, Or W. M. MoAt-KB,- It&S. aUufurd, Ky. rrEtTsrrTTr- - " '" "TFi .rs-- . " n IIUfitTtC !JT''' JJj'm&&MMtt&m:. izr;