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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886060101 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. A HT.nT "'" " j&etw VOL.- XIV. - mum ntefio 1, 1886. er mtfti NO. 120. l-(121-lu- i) ' t.i i STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE iortrircl herand a little hotter." S fe nies," where "one man is as good as anot- of one of them to let him hold it, now and HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. IT. K. TA1XOK, But at present he then, When he looks down at it, as it lies OHIO OY Our village whs filled on Sunday with Of LOO AN COUNT V, Is a Candidate for the office GHESAPEHKEWD has respect to conventional distinctions, in his arms, the whole man is transformed. a ofSuperlntendent of Public Initructlon, subjtct crowd, native nnd fore'gn, of the African to the Democratic Btate Convention, and thinks it no disgrace to recognize them, His smile is sweet as a womau's and he persuasion. Kentuck)'8 Ilouto East The orculon was the funeral As I say, it quite embarrassed me, with my seems to forget his troubles as he btntn upVitbllnheil TttcmltiUH rtml Erlttatw services of Miiu Armstrong, who died here BANK 8TOCK.- -I will Mil at auction In -- AT American notions of social (quality, but I on the weo bit nf humanity smiling in his June court day, flibarei of stock In the Washington, Philadelphia and some weeks since. Karmrra National Hank of that place. Thomas a. a VEKANNUM, CVf-jII- . found myself afterwards asking tho face. And tho baby wonderful to relate Now York. Tom Itibinson sold his grocery estab- Parsons, Stanford. The only Una running is right in this mattei?'' and is not frightened at all at this grim, grizzly lishment last week to Mr. Tuttle. In the It understood It wa ctodlt tbit 11.50 will I ex the answer I gave myeelf I am not going to face looking down at it. One would PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS peeled and demanded. same transaction lie bought Tuttle's farm, Jjlolnl.r. CdiIdo and a write down just here, for I want to think a think it looked upon somo one -- Angelic the Win. Evans property, lately owned by Corn Mill.Ky.Belting Complete. Mart, tiumi, tanford, little more over the subjsct before ventilat- by the way it coos back Ht his gruff, cares James Allun Have not heard the terms W. P. WALTON. nngel in ing an opinion, At present set me down as ing words. Perhaps it docs sea an r of either tnde. Oinoinnati & Lexington, Ky. "undecided" on the query propounded bv disguise, where we, coarser creature, only -- The strawberry supper Cinie off ac to Washington Oitj, the kind offer of my good British soldier. see the rough, outward envelopment. But cording to programme and was followed by Connecting In the aame depot with "Young of theSaffolks" or our little Jen-su- it is enough to bring tear to the eyes to a dance according to precedent. Post TrainB for Wow York. Bilh en- Cottage Bread and Fresh Oakes, Strawor dcztns of othar I could name see this man nursing a btbr He hardly tertainments The Direct Route to are spoken of aa haying been berries, Ice dream, Batter kept on ice, Lynchburg, Danrllle, Norfolk and all Virginia Praise tho Lord. God is Lovo and Noth- amorg our red coated frlands would have allows any ono else to enter into bis inner very pleasant, but, owing to the short nofresh and nice; Ice to retail; Ice-col- d ,BDd North Carolina Point. He has quarreled with tho old tice, done the same thing, and I felt honored d life. ing Else." neither was graced with many particiOider, Ginger Ale and Lemonade, For ticket! and further Information, apply to of degraded by the proposal. I am Frenchman, because the latter nude some pants from abroad, Don't forget that It Is headquarters for good But- your nearest ticket office or address W. W. Monroe, General Agent, Lexington, Ky . 121-ter. if I didn't show myself disparaging remark about bis lack of cleannbt sure just yet, The notice received hpre of the tragic ITulsIetttr wasonlho way two months tho bjor by declining him the gratification liness. Since which time he obstinately W.C. WICKHAM, H. W. FULLER, 2d Vice President, . Gen'J Paaa'r Ag't. after the one published last ia death of D. Taylor has created quite a senanil came Ulchmoud. Virginia. of showing himself obliging; whrn he declines to sleep below, but "curls up" on sation. He waa n and highly esue which was written a month lad r. KJ J made tho offer in such good faith and tho deck for the night nnd only appear) in teemed in this community. Amiable in P. A 0. 8 H "Sutlfj," Lat. 0, BiT. VERNON, KY. heartily wishful to do mo a the cabin for a wash after we all get seemed dlsosition, social in nature, kind, generous (Equator) .March liih, ISSft, klndners, 1 think I failed to carry out through in the morning. Then he shnts and courteous, he won a host of friends. n Dea liftEiiioit: Aitrlde of tie line Tbla old arid Hotel la atill main. my own preaching, when rpaaking to peo- - us all out and dresses solus. I can't get Many a saddened heart will look upon his UlnlDglts fine reputation Charges reasonable. that dWMw J)ie,plne'into,twQ niukl paTl's, plo upo n "parsons" and says, untimely obatquies, the proper way of receiving a favor near him. He hate but the mother's soul Special attention to tho trarellng public. ia m good a place to bejln to jot down our Louisville & Nashville R. R. JX. JP. SEW CO 31 It, Pro'r, The old from tho dear "Giver of every good gift and "when he sees one he buttons his pocket alone will know the bitterness of bereavean another. Ocean experlenc, Mt. Vernon, Ky. tight." He is one of a large class I am ment. every perfect gift." TUB OBHAr joke of looking through a Ulwcope with a ply-e- J 2 My eecond cabin mate is the tutl de constantly meeting. And it grows apace, I I was astounded last week at the ap hair stretched Inalde, was auccessfullr THROUGH TRUNK fear. For the present I can only treat this pearance of the who is company gathered by the ofl just now upon iotne Rreen navigators ehamlre of my Lord C old human porcupine rustling his quills S. S TO TK- to Sidney, as I seo from the addrers Institute. Never saw as many good by one of the younger ofliaersdhut thotimo I will dellTr Ice to regular cuitomera In Stanford at all mankind, and only softening to the looking people in one assemblage extract on his trunks. A "fine figure of a man," of the honored visit of Neptuneto and Tlctnlty erery uiornlug at bibles in arms with marked courlety and sizj, and learned with very few exceptions "black mail" under penalty of the unfortu- with the conventionally Oue Gent -- mrPonnd. "watch my chance" to ger behind his that tbey were of the native growth. Stannate pMenger'.i face beinx lathcredjwllh a calve, that seem Indlspentable to a London Accountadus at the close of each month, or breastworks. I feel moderately sdro be Is ford Pullman Palace Sleepers. the banner. Long may it wave. whr n ruatoum qulta. hip's mop and scraped wilh a rmr of footman, and the free and easy manner, 122-edclety" be- a "radical" in politic; of the "tribe of Jo- If every representative carried away aa litoplroij fatcal Sf refusal was omitted. born of Moving ia "the n.E.nAKRor. He1 disappearsEoulgrllte U "jfens, where low italrs. at intervals seph" as one parliamentarian wittily calls warm a zsal as did our Mr. Green, the Sunday-a follower of "Joe" Chamberlajn, School , to NithliTllIe, people will eoon find that a new woodbine ttrinetrj." Poor Jack, driven from our locality. "I must go and dress them tb. Mcinplalfj, "Joe" Arch and "Joe" Biggar the trio era hat dawned upon their enterprise. PIANOS ORGANS. ofl br steam with the burly atsse driven my gentleman" as he remarks airily. I Atlanta, id needn't say that this fascinating young that at present, lead poor Mr. Gladstone, Has science any remedy against the and the stalwart reaper and mowers, tt Messrs. 8. B. A L.J. Cook aro Agents for tho MoiifKoiiicry, helplessly, by the noso. I pray for bis remorseless depredations of the insatiate John Church A Co. Pianos an t Organs, which em- Little Rock, jrojui omne. As for the meek Hindustani "Jeames," who flirts with the several ladies speedy brace the following moat exccllint Instruments.dJiverancs, fur if ever tho men, ot potato-bug"lady-killerKnabe Mobile und New Orleans. If so let her speak or forever Everett A Co., Uazelton Brov, ADecker & tioa and Lincers, that hiTfl uptredtd htm, jrpc-tratloia- nnlds on board, and soims quite a Plauo. AUo, Clough Warren and the in his way, knows his place far too the stamp of ruy old radical in tho buuk after hold her peace, If the Legislature John Church A Co. Organs. These Initruincnta dcb rough nsntommic joke are moil excellent In tone, of great durability and Only one change to points In thought Is at well, even to offer to polish my boots for below mr, get tho upper hand in England was in session we might obtain an act, but upon their "better," the we defy competition. All of then, aro warranted any reon. "Tommy Atkins" would do as tbey surely will, if the three "Joes" in the recess of that paiseant body we want fornteycara. References: A. H. Penny, Mra. simple abiurdil. B. M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips, J. M. Moore and have their way then, the deluge will be advice. They aro a woesome and increas- Jamca Utazley, Stan'orij Mrs. Maggie Holmes, We steamed out of Colouib) harbor, as it, became he is not a servant. "JeameV' What upon us, in stern, very deed. My cabin ing pest, (I mean the bugs ) If Motes Crab Orchard; Gen. W. J. Landram and Mlaa o ThuraJay the 11th, would not do it because he is one. the sun went down, last HuU'man, LncaHr, Ky. mates are quite a study, in a way. I won- had been acquainted with tbU Mlawa Iloce Richards and Ella Ramsey, assisvillainous and sooo left bsblnd us tbt familiar land, a world it ia to be sure. tant agents. Seeking homes on the lino of this road will recelra der what they have written if they write insect he could have furnished as a culmimarks'of the beaottful Ialnd, wheru the 3. No. 3, in onr cabin, la an old Frenchapeclal ratea. arerseo Agents of tbii Company lor ratca, route tnimton man, with a prodigious gray moustache a at all; or think, if they dou't write about nation the concentrated esience of all Phadear LOKI) had mado our 11 day Ac, or write ! We watched dealer in fine laces, and a Voltairean scep- No. 0. who has so pleasantly expressed raoh's plagues complete in one volume. No C. P. AIMORE, O.P.AT.A., eo plrasant and profitable. Loulsrille, Kyj we tic, I judge, from his talk. The first sound himself of 1, 2, 3 and 4 herein? doubt ho would have tried it had Pharaoh wilh lovinc eyes, the receding cant n la to announce to hla The "continued next issue possessed a potato patch, If Eogland is readeraalitor Noni D. Plume, who wrote Dr. of his pushed out into the solemn uifjhl, over the I hear In the morning is the that dead. The Ikmrno'i BtnuoKa IM It. The total estimated determined to crush Ireland let her import large monletunny advertisements, la thia column trackless sea. At last even the revolving; razor strop, hanging against the wall ol his paid him for writing ia the city bunk; for he' Is vtry nent In his person "and revenue of the United States for the fifcil a cu-loisollcnlng ol tho brain and he died of of the Colorado "cum" and ehe brought on lighten tho tail c'ockl tower too much aoartneaa. The total of the can defy tho dynamiters. "I pauae for a Dr. Bo urn 9 Is determined, howerer, to gtrehla ceased to lliihout Us intermittent, friendly shave dMly, making elaborate preparayear 1S37 is $315,000,000. MISSISSIPPI customers the benefit of this large aalary In prices. OHIO W glfamV Then we turned away and tions for tii dinrntl crspe. His razor estimated ordinary expenditures, includ- reply." Realdea aelllng often before in heeds a keen edge to reap the heavy stub- ing sinking fund, for the name year is $339,- done sa Senator Ingall was guilty of the mean- McdiciM. Fancy Articles, Ibilit Goods, ilfu-tiThe direct through line and old established route our wandering evangel. "Yet & little ble of beard that tries its temper and sharp 5S9.000. The Secretary of the Treasury ness of formulating the contemptible asMerchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, from while" LOUD Jesm haite the day -- and ne-- s to the utmosU The shaving over, be therefore eatimat? a deficit of $2 1.5S3.OO0 sault of the republican press upon Gen Jewelry, Dolh, Lnmu, Fishing ladle. Raglitter. goes through very extended and noiT ab- for that year. In face of this condition of upon the zors, Sponge Knixcs, Paper, Blank Books, Louisville & Cinoinnati to St. Ionia our onward look ahall Black, Commissioner of Pensions, into a and all points in the West. mates, jimmunaton, iye cxujjs, uiass, JiX' Inj turrets of the New JertiaaWiu and lutions; spluttering tremenlously over his the national finances the pension cranks studied, malicious and insulting arraigned Paints, Bruthes, Varnishes Two (2) Dally Trains from LouIstIIIo to St. Louis. shall merge into the sweet wash b3wl andiia the proem of month" clean and demagogues in Congress are urging earth' journeys ment of that worthy official. Gen. Black, ETerythlng kept In a Three (S) Dally Tralna from Cincinnati Drug Store, all of sing, utiertng such a stattllng succisilon of new pension schemes, which mean in the "ret that rennineth." to 8t, Louis. which la new, fresh and superior, bo baa on but unearthly Burgling and'gulpi, that I was agzregtte an additional annual charge of who was a gallant 'soldier, was terribly band a foPH llachctorn, and will furnish When eTanded in Cbylon'we knew wounded during the war. He was grantanr eood looktnirladr who deals with him with Only JO hours from LouIsvlUo and Cincinnati to Kt. Louts. one person on the Island -- our good friend, a little alarmod, the first time I heard them; from $100,000,000 to 200,000,000, an im- ed a pension of $100 a month upon the cholo of tho lot. Watch this column for Hat of names, or call at .tiW-- j Tho Only Lino by whloh you can Divld Hunter, of GItagow. When we loll until peering over the rim of my bunk, I mediate outlay of from $500,000,000 to theory that he wis permanently disabled. got a ThrouRh Sloopiiig Car our list of acquaintances ws lenstbened discovered whence they came and why $750,000,000, and an ultimate expenditure Because he is able to perform the functiona Bourne's Hew Drug and Book Store. whom we can never billFrom Clnclnatl to3t. Louis. Into hundred, tn.nv of they were. Since then I watch his ma- on this account of from one to three of Pension Commissioner, and because he They should be locked has not surrendered his pension, this repub-- A NEW- forget. Divld 11. has developd into a neuver with a sort of fascinated interest', ions of dollars. l the only line running X Jit) V. ArTVT through from LoularllS JKL. splirfdH elirUUan mt"n, wnoVlelllnu his wondering tlitt getting one's self ready for up, If it cn bo done lawfully I -- K. Y lican Senatorial demagogue pronounces and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes being Buggy & Implement House. made up of a combination of small roads. lliht shlno" in the O.'ient, aa his noble breakfast should be so 'Complicated n pr6-ce- s. Sun. him an impostor. The country will judge brother Ktchard fs doing in Ssotland It had ihodgM It was so very ineunio Mississippi Railway runs Palatial when I Oliver Hughes and Steve Connelton, lads between Ingalls, the politician and repreBleeping Cars on night tralna; Luxuriant Par- wllflbVreniwbsTSidby those who cars) to I wl'l iaafewdajaopena simple. Bat every one has hU own way of of Sparta, Ohio, went squirrel hunting on sentative of the railway corporations in the lor Cars ouday trains; Elegant Day Coach rs on an trains. that Rchird Hunter In. doing thing'. I should think my old Saturday. They happened to get into tho folloour.courss, Senate, and the wounded soldier whom he Full e of Agricultural Imple- Direct and closs connections are made In UNIOb vitefui to Glasgow, and patleatlyjendur-e- d Frenchman a man ot abundant l.isure, same woods, and when they wero about filly has malIgned.-- N. DKI'OTd with diverging lines by tbeO. A M. ments, Y. World. Hallway, thua avoiding troblesome trana- a good deal ol peraecutlSiT tfiere, for judginc from the time it takes him to put yards apart Hughes sat down and began to fers by other routes. Mr. Morrison informed the House the With the reliable Walter A. Wol Karrcstlng ua. Hi vOritlEeV broth-e- r having, bifrleoded on his clothes, aftet getting out of be J. He fan himself with a brown handkerchief. The Ohio A Mississippi Hallway is the only Una Machines at the bead. Alio a between Loniarllle, Cincinnati and Ht. Louie came out to C jylon, eoon after the meet Is a tremendous thsologlan, as I have al Connelton, who had not seen him, saw the other dsy that the estimated revenue for under one management, running aU It ing thire, and 8 I th'nk I haVe previously ready discorered; stumbling especially over flutter of the handkerchief and thought it the current year is $175,000,000, and the full Line ot Buggies and Wagons tralna through solid and in consequence ia recognized First-Cla- ss Bouta be his whereabouts appropriations called for $150,000,000. Always on hard, to connection with my Im- mentioned, wa discovered of a personal devil and thlntc-Inthe doctrine tween those Cities. was a bird. Ha crept up and when within This does not leave enough to pay the inplement business, l win also carry a frliuds the Mtckenttsiof Ful through our Apply to ticket Agenta of connecting lines for with many other deluded people, that gunshot was certain the flutter was made full particulars aa to rates, time, maps, circulars tshgurb, who yltitfd Ceylon last summir, there is no such being, and that "evsry man by two big owls fighting-- . So' he blazed terest on the national debt. The time has Complete Stock of Lumber, or any desired information, or write to BOBT. H. FOBMAN, and nude hla acquaintance. His aid, in is his own devil" & )., &J. Of cdune we away and poppered Hughes1 heltd full ot about arrived for some democrat to pull TraT. Pass. Ae't O. A M. R'y, Somerset. Ky. Both rough and dressed. Prices on ererythlng as instrings. W. M. PEARODY. the mSetinja in Colombo, was simply W. B. 8HATTUC, agree, and the old man regards me bird shot4. Luckily his eyes were' not hit the purse dd not free, and (ian'l M.n'gr, Uen. Pass. Ag t, I.OW as any one. valuable. His friend and fellow clerk in wilh a Phllistinic aversion, I am afraid, be- and the injuries were not serious. Cincinnati, O. eruption of Mount Etna is so ter The a ahare of your patronage. KeaptctfuUy, the great firm of John Wlker A Co., is a cause I venture to believe in his discarded rlfic and this lava Is coursing down the I solicit It U not irae that the State his re- mountain to rapidly that fears of a repeti son of Kit. M. Greyson, whom we know king of darkness. X. Jl. UBCCE. L B. R ceived nothing from banks. The receipts tlon at NlcolisI, of the last day of Pompeii at Mussoorie. These splendid young men 4 We have as a fourth contribution to and hand in ever Rood work year from the tar on banks were $102,-21- 7 are entertained. The stream in some places last are heart this unique ltst of oddly asiorted humani"Blue-Gra- ss Route." 91. Nor Is it true that corporations, is 200 metres broad and very deep. The that turns up in Colombo. We are so ty, a tall, old chap; slightly stooped; with a friendship, and or "monopolies," aa they are termed, pay inhabitants of the section are fleeing for proud to hare their ardent Shortest and Quickest Bonte from Geo allowed to grow' since the asaldu-ou'- s grizzly bsard; tral Kentnoky to1 all Points North, nothtns into the State treasury. List year we their lives. can never cesss to rememb-- r their voyage began, and just now In that unbeat East, West and Southwest. received from railroads alone $127,574 39. attentions. God bless tbeui. able condition of "splklness" that gives its A Sundiy.echool urchin thus informs Fast Line Between The Sutlej Is a new f ereol of enormous If we had more banks and corporations we owner tho appearance of being at war with hii teacher: "One day Billy come home E. H. BURNSIDE, would have a larger income, and a smaller tonnage, and very fleet; but we mias the LEXINGTON & CINCINNATI. holdln' a Utile mole by the tall, which a the whole world; -- a keon, black, restless deficit in the general expenditure fund, wondrous steadiness of the Rohllla. 8he tJchodulo In Effect Oct. 11, 1855. eye, and a capacity for incessant amoking, bad boy had co't and gur blm, and it was ThiB Old Well - Known more work for employes and lest pauperrolls fesrfully and pitches headlong Into through etubby, blaok clay pipe, quite a alive, When my slater see him she raid: Maintains ita Hotel lto.a, IfoTT No.ia- ism in our midst. -- Frankfort Capital. the heavier was, in such a reckless fishlon, All day long, he is manipu'Oh, you craWel, crewel boy, thro' It into High Ropntation, amount of salt marvelous. Ex. Bun. Dally Ex. Sua. as to ahlp a vary unusual Kentucky tain. AMD lating, at intervals, witVa'box of matches, the fire this mlnnlt."' CoTlngton,.,. 8 10 am 8 10 pm 2 00 pa water; making It very wet' fcrWs&i whtn and lighting that old pipe of his, freshly Harrddsburg, July 27, four days. Ita Proprietor ia Determined that Lre. Falmouth 9 M a m DliPD 2 32 pm "Don't be a fool, my dear," remonstrathere Is a rough sea. And already we are charged; with the stiff headwind trying, in CynthUns... 11 02 a tn 10 79pn 4 37 pro it Shall be tSeeoBd to no Country Dinvllle, August 3, four days. 11 ted a husband to hla wife, who was letting Ar. Lexington.... 13 40 am It 00 p tn o ia p m reminded that the pUcld waters of the By Hotel in the State in its Fare, Maysville, August 8, four days. put out the feebly sputtering, sul 17 pm 617 pm Appointments, or Atteneupplanted by something vain to wing loose in the breeze. "I won't her1 jaw s of Bengal are 11 45 a m 11 03 p ml 5 25 p m Lve. Paris. Latonia, Covington, Aug'ott 24 to 28 phurous blue blaze, for the old fellow his to Comfort of tion Anr, Winchester ... 12 SO p m 11 40 p ml 10 p at Mr. Fitts, I won't," she answered; "people in keeping with the conventional more Ltxlngton, August 31, five days. their Guests. the ''knack," so well known to Inveterate " Richmond.. 2 00 pm 7 M pu wouldn't know us apart, if I did." He idsaa of the "sea that can not rest." " Lancaster ...... 13 pm , Falmouth, August 31, five days. of holding- his knuckle " Rowland 6 00 p m ?...... ....., comfortable cabin pipB smokers, went right down town. Bagteas ""l o 0BTeysd to and from the alt Tho Udles have tt varf perfect' angle of prbtec-UoParis, September 7th, five days Lre. Rlchmond.- -. 2 04 p m free of charge. Special aeeommodatlons MW the'msWe. Will and I are' assigned curVeda just the all to A woman will face a frowning world to Caataerelat rtavslers. The Bar will 'Op tn ............. m Lawrenceburg, August 17, four dsya VT' ??r? while the timid flame within the hol" LlTlngstoo. .. 8 00 am.... aappljed with alajrandaofLtgdortand tae ckoleeet berths In separated dormitories, a!rdy loves) through tl e to and cling to the man she Clsarf. low of his hand, is slowly progressing to fully tenanted, as to the other 4 bunk., 5 In To day it costs less to transport a can of most blttet adversity; but the wouldn't wear point where it bursts into the healthful No. 1 Ko.lt No. 3 la the rule if the space is needed; the r.bln New York to Mareaillee, a bonnet that was out of fashion to save wood-blZthat may be safely applied to kerosene from and a sixth shelf can b arranged in case of France, than it does to carry it from New the Kovernaaeat. N. Y. Telegram. 00 am .........., LI?yT,D",toa the waiting tobacco, without risk of choking Berea ,. 10 22 a m York to Philadelphia, and it coats just dire necessity, from plethora of passengers I.. I l t KK HA K Hk I rt ( AH A A 11 48 a tn ......,,, Arr. Richmond u..m.uuo. Mississippi is trying high license acd a .HaM,r,.il nl- - ine soioKer wiin uuwo.uut 1 My 4 cabin mates arc about as much to get a lady's band box LTe. Rowland. ...... 7 15 a ml ArW. who has "bought Then triyrugid'6ld "chum" sits down and carried from Willard's Hotel across the Po likes It. It ia putting money in the treaa. ii Lancaster 8 05 ami........ tUSr of the Iodlan Arr. Richmond It 00 a tn out to sea in tuuuurj .""- - ihhiuh, tomro to Alexandria m it does to send a urr, destroying low doggeries, abridging out" and is going to Australia to try his looas Lve. Richmond tHIaklnJf ber IB Mam the vice of drunkennea and curtailing the obliging an'd sffsftTo be thinking,; Arr. Winchester..- -. 7 03 ami 2 25 amL.H, fortune there. A RVjoblcs exact package ot the same size from Baltimore to seaaons of grand juriea. Arr rrla........ g C8 a m 8 25 a m me one morn-I- n some'Kno'lly life" problem. WaihiogtonPoet. fellow, who quite embarrd Calcutta, in Hindoatan. Lve. Lexington .... 7 15 a m . 49 p m 4 20 pa ly like the leader or ardent follower in 8 20 am SiOptu 620 pm by asking me;io let him black my boots. A cave large enough to accommodate all Lts Paris 11 eome "Trade Union;" who hits pondered the Cynthtana .... 8 83 a m S 5 p m 6 SI pm Retort Carpai: A. PniladelphU BsntU the citlsens of the town is to be dug at Ho was pipeclaying a pair of canvsa shoei " Falmouth....- - 955am 44tlpm fi7pm rich and eome question of why some are Arr. CoTlngton ...... 11 SO a m 6 00 p ux 8 48 pm man, after being ebown about the oily yea Clifton, D, T, It Is designed as a safe of hU own at the time, and he said, "I can qiflUeWbtirfriRf fab life by a citinn of the Hub, sal J to hla guard fiom tornadoes. a mlnule, air; I have poor, till it has Noru. Trains 8 polish you up a bit, In win Hate. chaster, Lexingtonand 4 an ilillr U! trains He tenia? Fftlaoe Steamers, of the "poor,'' of and Corlngton; other wokeTrttatVtfeWlUWrW BbrushHiijntuee;doltme do it for being one bis old pip from hiscourse. at ohaperonr: "Boston ian'l laid out as well To cure ringworm, immerse as old cop axw dally except Sunday. mouth, will take Direct conn, ctlona are in ade at Winchester with "No," replied the lat DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND as Philadelphia." you, ait; it would be a pleasure." I sUm. Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt. Sterling, Ashland, per cent ia vinegar and after it has remain intervals, and cotopreerf HU lips, and clench ter, "but it will be when it ia as dead." as my Huntington, Charleston, W. Va., and Eastern etu mered qui mr thinlk as well M for a day or so, bathe the affected parts lea. hljaw,i.nd nitltUr ebmJthtog, as if he rBoetdn Pot defetf the SVL,.n-wIfr- ."H"1 Mrtfr Vfesk Say Barwasa no T, WlnrttMtaw, with It. were addressing some one; and then back Solid Tralna, with Pullman Bleeping Cars bet wen Bat it was the hearty Britiih ous offer. HETROIT AND CLEVELAND small boy. the son of a gifted clergyA gbfta the old clay, and he will pull away at The last slave sold la Virginia in tbe tttMSaayrM'dttrtasJaAWaJi. Cincinnati and Richmond, Vs., and Wlnehestw and Waahtngtop, D. C. Vpldler, all over. The offer wa? perfectly Stale, wis heard one night ad- spring of 1SG5 for a hundred hed of cab Through tickets and bsagag checked to saw done the It with a suppressed ferocity, qilte re man, in this r"Aw1rmiT8' SjwVf natural to him. He would have destination reached by t railroad. to soolho'tiim a dressing the following petition to his Maker: bag plants. MOUSE, 8. F. W. H. WHrtTLBeBY, service for the chiplain of his mirlfable. Tobacco resms fc Utile Idehlal Faaeenger Agent, TraT. Pass. Agent, fa'6t for Ion. And yet ha has "Ob, God, pieiae bless mamma and please , Lctlr-'tonC. O. VYHITCOMt; 6VI Pits. A'raet, his captain. Wh not fo? me? Hit, though Corlngton, Ky. 'baby bortl fo Ke'af Yo'rai dlulag a regiment or A girl iy We have two babies bless papa; but the lees' you hard to do C. W.SMITIl, U, W. FULLER He a tender heart. & Cleveland Steam N.V. Co, Detroit ,'.or ji uus ueeu nnaod Ujc.ouh ne knew my calling and respected it. terrible fljneral Manager, Uo. Pa: Af is to get the nuwo with Aunt Marie, tho bitter. Amen." DETROIT, MICH. "colo aboard, and hisdelUht will icoo that when he gets out in the tini-$MlB$ttt- Go to J. T. Harris A SOUDTRAIN aoM-Lo- uisville, GEO. O. BARNES. lt well-know- NEWCOMB BCOTEIi ,) L.&N. en-ro- ulo ICE! ICE! ICE! Per tf LINE d SOUTH & WEST rt Pfkpi7ll,,IJrick,' bt - AW ny ," ? Arkansas and Texas; EMIGRANTS Lla-xl- BOURNE hcart-brcke- flip-flo- p O. &M. k I c rit - flrst-cla- ts I-in- 112-l- MYERS HOTEL. and Still STANFORD. KY. Fropr Bocrn-BouB- 15 n, ..... 1......, ...! .,... ...... l. . NoaTH-BocK- 3 . BM good-hearte- irTO Summer Toure. r-ow lUw-STAAtlt- ..,... MACKINAC, lm, -..., tft. a ! TSP' Wt -- s aweaaap'jatetirnr: WJwtjiiuj mtf Anftiliiih JfaiMW OlWWWflHi . Smi-MceM- s i i H -- A CMcJgo firm has cxrcuteiia contract the Democracy of Unceln. of Lincoln county are re- to supply 7,000,000 pounds of canned beef The democrats ocratic Senate made a aad.mlstake when It for the French army. failed to concur in the House resolution to quested to assemble at the CourUIouie The Latonia Races aro progressing to apSaturday, June 12, 1836, at 2 r. M., Superior Court Con- finely and the sport is excellent. The K. JtUie i 100U 0,lr,Mb Stanford, Ky., The republican point delegates to the 17th; 0- offers very low rales. papers and stump speakers have insinuated vention, to be held at Lebanon, June Board i Hatchell shipped four car J. E. Lynn, fphmn. the for some time that rottenness existed in loads of lambs from our depot Tuesday w. P. WALTON. W. P. Walton, Secy. management of our finances and they have the first ol the season, and bought of differled many people ignorautly and otherwise CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. ent parties at 6 cents per pound. They to believe it. When the slander could be s of DEMOCRATIC TICKET. gray nlso shipped at same time two Dan Holman sold a so easily refuted and when a failure to orfor 1,400 distillery fed cattle, for which they For Clreutt Judge J. W. Alcorh. der an investigation looks like fear of the horse to Mr. Johnson, of Knoxville, pald$1.80 per hundred. They were a nice & " Ccinmonwealih'a Attorney-- It. a Warms. result, the blunder was almost criminal $110. Trimmed iiml Ready for Uho, at ITarrods. " County JudgeT. W. Vamoh. lot of thi class as wc ever saw. Green and seasoned lumber of every and will be uted by tho republicans for all Circuit Clerk- -J. P. BULKY. burg Democrat. Dill-oi- n description for sale at bottom prices. it is worthy " County Clerk-- G. B. Cooper. & "t, Kxwlaxd. & Melvlne. " Buerin-T.- D. To the Democracy of the 2d Superior Court Our thoughtful Congressman, Governor County Attorncy-- D. B. CmrKUTBtt. Mr. Wm. Stuart says he has a yariety District of Kentucky, sent us a huge James B. McCreary, has Alienor E. D. KBHXBDr. The following resolutions of the District M. Owxs. volume issued by the census department en- of early corn that mature below the sur' Jl!er-- 8. " Superintendent Common8chools-- J. A. Boole titled, "History and Present Condition of face of the ground nnd the only objection Committee were adopted at Frankfort SurToyor F. B. Howard. . the Newspaper and Periodical Preea he has to it is that tho moles sometimes eat May 17th: Haoiiwl by the democracy of the 2J Supeof the United States," which contains much out the ears and bed in the shucks. a Some weeks ago Judge Durham wrote Jim Hutchinson, of this place, so rior Court District, 1. That a Convention is valuable and interesting information to the letter to one Squire Gill, of BUelbj county, profession and for which he will please ac closely resembles John Menefeethat he was hereby called to meet at the Court House which waspublished in a Shelby ville paper, cept thanks. mistaken for John one day last week while in Lebanon, Ky., at 12 o'clock M. on Thursn. in regard to his position on the governor-h?passing near some young men who were day, the 17th of June, 1SS6, for the puGov. Knott may laugh Judge Durham He declared that he was not a can vonne men out of court, but tho fact reniaina tuat lL nl.if.cti..!in Onnofthe lowered the rple of selecting a democratic candidate didate in the popular acceptation of the for Judge of the Superior Court from the struck a Ten Broeck gait and governors for the list few yean have had term, but would serve the people if they record several seconds. Mr. Hutchinson 2nd District to be voted for at August elecmuch to do with the depleted stato of the to call him to the position, without saw his mistake and humortd the joke to tion, 18S6. methods of those treasury. They have remitted many fines the delight of the witnesses. his resorting to the usual 2 That the democratic voters of the sevoffice, without good reason and by a profligate who have of late ysara sought the Miss Irene Dillion has returned home eral counties and Legislative districts comto use of the pardoning power encouraged provided the President would be willing from Nicholaavllle. Mr. Miller and family, posing said District will meet at their recrime and thereby increased expenses. pree-egive him up. He then "went for" the of Mercer county, are at Dripping Springs. spective county seats on Saturday, the 12th Hon. Thomas J. Scott, of Madison, a Col. Slaughter haa to far had 14 boarders day of June, in mass meeting at 2 o'clock State government, which he charged with a lack of energy, doing little or noth- fine lawyer and a clever gentleman, was this month and says that In a few days 40 r. M. and appoint delegates to said Convening to relieve the wants of the people and nominated for Common 'Pleas Judge over to $0 guests from Louisville will ha up tion on the buds of one yote for every 200 permitting the debt to increase every year. Judge Haielrigg In a primary election held to spend the entire season with him. Dave votes cut inlSSl for Cleveland and Her finan-ci"I think," says he, "yon need a good who Saturday. Hinman, Danville, spent Saturday and dricks and one vote for tyeij fraction over next Governor, one for your TnsKnights of Labor hold their mtet- - Sunday here. John Ballard, Danville, Is 100 votes. knows how to provide & revenue without ings at Cleveland with closed doors. Is visitiog friends here. 3. That the delegates to said Convention oppression to the people, sufficient to carry this because their deeds are evil and th ey Nine young gentlemen of Stanford from Louisville shall be selected on the same played a game of base ball here Saturday day and same hour and at such places as on the legitimate expenses of the Slate." A are ashamed to have them made known? against the Crab Orchard nine, which re- the several Committees of said Legislative copy of this letter coming to the notice of The gauge of 16,000 miles of Southern sulted in a victory for the latter of 51 to 7, districts in Louisville may hereafter deGovernor Knott, he concluded that it was Bat himself railroad was changed Sunday from ita 5 at the end of three Innings each. The meant as a fling at him and he termine. J. Stone Walker, Chm'n. down and proceeded to skin the worthy foot gauge to the standard 4 feet 9 inches. Stanford boys then had another inning and Thos. J, Harris, ") Secretaries. comptroller alive, in an open letter, which, It cost over a million and a half dollars. 8. M. Bcrdett, made five, when the game ended. Morris (ff2wl J J. H. Stuart, satire, ridicule and humor is only equal-le- d Harris was the umpire and was gracefully for NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. speech. He by his famous Duluth cheered by both nines for his correctness. INUEMORIAM. mW) Several inches of snow.fell In Vermont makes fun of the Judge's Dja cngiisn, The Stanford boys made friends here by aflast week. R. Frank Sudduth waa born No 17th, scores him for Mb notorious hankering the gentlemanly, good humored way they May 27th, 1886. The L. & N. has just received 24 new knife office and with a defeat. The same nines meet 1832, died took their ter In sincere love and deep sorrow I write Locomotive again next Saturday at Dripping Bpringsto sees running all euginea from the Patterson the egotism which he of this good man. In him through the Judge's production. It is an works. Col. Slaughter's hospitality and this memorial A railroad from Glasgow Junction to partake of we had the full "assurance of a man." His exceedingly severe tho' good humored fight the battle over again. pure, deep, profound mind was only known winding up with an extract from Mammoth Cave is to be completed within Again I have the painful task of days. to a few. With proper culture he would to Monroe Mitch- ninety the Judge's famous letter readers of another death. W. W. Meachaa, a furniture dealer, writing to your have been an ornament to any station in ell, colored, in which was thia sentence: killed This time it is of Mrs. Bettle Doorea Hol- J. T. Lyle, a druggist, at Fulton, in there waa always my love to your wife and tell Andy Saturday morning. For life. In his very humor "Give dam who died last Instruction, Ha could tell you of every man who a dispute over rent. Higgins howdy." Coming from a very low but was a paMrs. Louis Kiel, widow of the dead weeks she had been Gov-ernimportant event of our country's history holds the high and dignified office of sufferer and had all the attention and tient Kentucky, the "open letter" may rebel, died at her home in St. Vita), Tuea kindness from relatives and loving friends, for the last SO years; of every important of day, after an illnees of two months. Congressional measure, by whom introducbe considered in bad taste, even though the gentleneea and amiaOf the ten Chicago AnarchisU Indicted whose devotion her ed, its principal advocates and opponents. Judge had provocation was great and the Holdam was for murder, eight are in jail and each man bility had won to her. Mrs. Yet in the face of all this, looked upon hulaid himself so "wide open" for the attack. of unusual sweetness of disposition a woman will have to answer for six murders. man greatness as a very little thing; threw n The points made by Gov. Knott are pecuIlka her The name of Jndge M. J. Durham's and nobility of character and away ambition, sat down at his own liarly sharp and incisive, bat with the husband was loved and esteemed reported fiance is Mrs. Msrgaret Carter, nee and hospitable fireside and would Judge's friends the letter will do him no by all who knew her. No more deservedsay: already begin to say that Letcher, formerly of Lexington. harm, as they or A man haa just been convicted in ly popular couple ever dwelt In this "I am a true laborei; 1 owe no man hats; "we aro for him more than ever since the village and all upon whom the loss envy no man happinew; glad of other men's is all very Shelby county of incest with his own other politicians are against him." It daughter and sent to the penitentiary for falls heavily have the sincere heartfelt good; am content with my farm." funny and the letter will produce a broad sympathy. six years. It waa my good fortune to know him for laugh all over the Commonwealth. Six of the Chicago anarchist have been fifty years. I always had a place inside the RELIGIOUS. The Louisville Commercial ol Friday indicted for murder A. Fischer, 8. Field-esanctuary of his pure, honest heart. Beparagraph: "Perhaps contained this choice The General Conference of the South- tween us there always existed a congenialiMichael Schwab, August Spies, Louis you don't know that Col. Bill Welch, of Lingg and George Engel. ern Methodist Church closed last week, af- ty, a oneness not common among men. He shortStanford, who ie big enough and brainy Prof. H. K. Taylor will open his Cam- ter a session of only three weeks, the lived, he died with clean hands; his clear, enough to know better, is honest in his be- paign for Superintendent of est ever held. onen. candid countenance and eye that Public Instruclief that Kentucky would be better off if tion with a speech at Mt. Sterling on June One of the new Bishops, Eugene R. looked you squarely in the face with a geshe did not have a railroad nor a newspa- 5th. Subject, "Kentucky's Problems." Hendrix, is to preside at the session of nial smile was never known to blush or per within her borders." Calling the ColThe people of Kentucky want just the Kentucky Conference, to be held at blanche only in shame and confession for onel's attention to it, we said, "Of course such a man for their next Governor as Milincheater on September 8. others. (Ie conceived what waa right and Job r. Watkbs. eenti-menThomas D. lUxar. you entertain no such extraordinary The new Christian church, which in dared do it all; he could not be false; deton J. Durham. A better man can not be la a credit to Junction ss those." With a smile, he re- found for the place ception he scorned as gentlemen scorn disMaysville Bulletin. else and architecture plied: "I entertain the opinions attributed City, waa dedicated Sunday by Eld. J. 8. honor. He waa the very kindest of husThe date for the dedication of the there to me only when talking to a particularly Statue of Liberty is fixed for Sept. Sweeney, who will continue to preach bands, and while he made absolutely no offensive newspaper or railroad man. In 3d. This is during the week. display of affection, his wife and children the anniverslty of the Treaty other and calmer moments I might be will- of Paris and is a fitting occasion for the A Congregational church at Evans-tow- were roses in his eyes. As a husband he , moral and ing to tolerate a few truly-goodInd., has called for the resignation wai a credit to his wife; a a father a credit dedication. democratic papers, and perhaps one cheap of Its pastor because he smoked cigars in to his cbildrec; and it was a credit to me, a Mason, Shanahan & Co., Mason, Hoge, railroad if It ran from this point to Gooch & Co , the syndicate, which haa con- public and rode a bicycle. Pretty good credit to any man to have him for his , nrrWd. Bv the war I am Bill' -- Come with Iht tide to us lor- tracted to build Huntington's new Mays- grounds we must admit. friend. To his detr stricken ones I will Welch to only a limited number of very ville & Big Sandy road, will put 7,000 men Dr. Withrow, the evolutionist mem- say: Candlri, Buiar, Code, Banannas, particular friends" f f ber of Columbia Theological Seminary of "Oar Htm ars songs, God writM the words, Hour, Meal, to work and complete It by February 1. Orange, Bacon, Lard, is to be dismissed ws Mt them to tnuile at pleature, And Lmom, As SOME uncertainty exista in regard to Huntington has gotten a charter the Presbyterian church, Batter, Eci, rigt, And the lODgi grow g.lad,oriwtttoraad, Superior Court District through Congress giving him the right to for holding those views, the General Awem-bl- y IUUIna, the action of the As its choose to fashion the measure. Mackerel, Vmnitt, having adopted such a resolution. Committee, in reference to the Convention, bridge the Ohio at Cincinnati and build an Jitiir, We must write the music wbaterer the toni, Molauea. abChristian Cocoa, Jfl iiiHHfiBHBBB Wff'lBlaiBlMllrMB The congregation of the we publish by authority the following elevated railroad over the city. The old Che, Whatever Its rhyme or metre, CIotw, Convention gentleman says the bill is worth $10,000,-00- 0 church at Stanford la divided into an orUjiien, Canned Ooodi, stract of the proceedings: The And 11 It li tad we cm mike it glai. Apple Butter, n Pint Apple, n element. The gan and Or If sweet we can make It eweetcr. la called to meet at Lebanon to select a to him. Bplco, Hominy, wing haa aought refuge from the devCinnamon, democratic nominee for Superior Court The remains of James F. Leonard, the Bcana, Farewell fiisnd of my childhood! FareCakes, worshipping in the at first telegraph operator to Krant, Judge, on the 17th day of June, 1886, ITUDM. read by sound, il in the organ, by well friend of my early manhood, friend of Sardines, Km 1 Paris News. 12 noon. Etch county and each LegislaFare-weltickle have been transferred from Columbus Miss., court-housBakera Chocolate my mature years, of my whole lifil l'eacnca. Rev. F. S. Pollitt said to a large and UrAe,l.A.pPlf.,,CornfJB''Crck",'MUhSoP. Boda. Tobacro. Ctuiim, Udm, CnlinneTi. tive district In Louisville, Is entitled to be to Frankfort, Ky., where a fine monument Farewell! Joiin H. MiiXEn. laoieiuuerr, ruwutr, snot. CartrldiM. Mom UiVm !M""u;"Vrt u . repreeented by one delegate for ech 200 will be erected over them by the Telegraph-er- appreciative last Sunday evening: "The This is the way Gov. Knott replies to midnight robber with a fiendish glare In votes, (and fraction over 100) cast for the Association. "hat ' .yeryieSlrtton warn. J." ufu.t buy ind and Bays, 'Your that put of Judge Durham's letter which Cleveland electors, and in the counties the ponibly can, unltu they carry on boilneu for pleaeare-aThe collections of internal revenue his eye present his pistol thatla Ire eepeclally to ; reiterate, eiopbailze and Impre u upon Id wlndi of nd Intelllwnt Vublit W. whisky-selle- r their tells what a governor should do: money or your life.1, The democrats are diweted to rreet at rj In w during the first ten months of the fiical auKaTKB entire satisfaction, always, and dellrtr all goodi .n, nllta Stanford or our tuborban city of Uotclatul. In common with a great many other unCourt Houeei at 2 P. M. June 12th, in mass year ending June 30, 1886, amounted to with a hypocritical smile presents a glass WATBRHAKASBlt informed people, they have all along been money and your life."' to select and Instruct their delemeeting, $95,303,666, being an increase of $3,735,782 and says, "Your gates. The districts In Louisville meet at over the receipt during the corresponding We regret that we were unable to ac- under the impression that it wm the duty such places cept Squire E. B. Caldwell's kind Invita- of the Legislature to provide for raising the Bime time for same purpose at period of the last fiscal year. eervlcea of the public revenue aa well as to direct fo: what vt may be designated by their committee Mrs. Hughes, formerly Miss Mollie tion to attend the dedicatory Double Springa church near Waynes-bur- g, purpose and in what amounts it should be MERCHANT TAILOR. The Clerk of the lato House, Mr. Green Savage, of Lebanon, where she held a prom- new Sunday. Mr. W. H. Miller and wife expended. I labored under the delusion myKeller, who knows a good deal of the inent place in religious circles, is under arB. Maran, attended self, I am ashamed to say, until I read your , having and Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. true Inwardness of the convict agitation rest in Louisville for I hare recited and still recelrlng Mr. Miller we learn letter. I waa lead into the error by super from here and from before that body, promises to tell what he been caught in the act of secreting a pair that Rev. J. M. Coleman preached a very fluous paragraph in our Constitution rrowed, knows in his paper about the demagogues of silk hose in her voluminous bustle. which is I understand, from an old parliaA substitute for the Blair Bill, which excellent sermon; that the church, who tried to get into public favor by enone, was mentary custom in England to the effect spirits of the appropriates $8,000,000 annually for ten a handsome and Comprising the best In the market, which will U couraging the latent devilish the full amount that all bills "for raising revenue shall orig he will do so and there-b- y years, to be distributed among the States dedicated freo from debt, convic's. We hope of the $2,600, which it cost, having been inate in the Uouse of of Representatives," Gotton Up in Stylo and Mako Sooond to Nono in City or Country. add to the great contempt felt by all and Territories according to the ratio of ptid. A nice new organ graces the church and under the mistaken ide that it was Giro Ho ii Trial. honest men for tkoee pusillanimous indi- illiteracy as eatablitbed by the census of and everything connected with the new a proper matter for legislative action, I 1880. This la a bigger raid than the origviduals. . inal. house of worship la a credit to the neigh- have twice been at great pains to lay bePresident's marriage is now no longThe Near Rogersville, Tenn,, John Davis, borhood, which in point of morals and re- fore the General Asnombly an exhaustive er a subject of speculation, ne will lead a boy, aged seven years, was ligious sentiment Is not equalled in the review of our fiical afhirs, with such modthe charming Mies Frankie Folsom to the carried to the middle of Holston river by county. est BUggestions aa I felt authorized to offer altar at the White House tomorrow, with, two companions, Alexander Jones and in relation to certain amendments to our LAND. STOCK AND CROP out peradventure. It will be the first mar-ria- Thomas Esrly, and held beneath the water revenue system which I thought demanded HHauasiBiBaBiBiBiBiBHar V f :JmIbW Grass and Brier Scythe and 8natbs jol any president while holding office until he was dead. The grand jury was In by the best interests of the Commonwealth, novelty will attract great attention. session and they were Indicted for murder at T. R. Walton'a. and the The legislature just closed seems to have A. T. Nunnelley bought of J. E. Lynn been Hurrah for Mr. Cleveland. May he and in the first degreo within two hours' after under a similar imprssion, as tbst of hoga at $3 40. a car-lo- ad hU live long and prosper. body, after great deliberation, recently pars tho murder was committed. Charles Dunn sold to Robert McAlister under the provisions of which, it A dispatch from Greenwood says the HebuMost, tho bloody minded anar. Meetenger D. for $1, ed a bill his fine 3 year-o- ld ia supposed, not only that sufficient revenue New York, has been found guilty Lancaster Guards and the Lexington Gat-li- ng 500. chlst of be remembered gun section had a little racket Friday Cash Tankersley, a well known jockey, will be raised to meet all demand aaainnt of inciting a riot. It will individual, who called on night. Some of the miners, or more proba- was thrown from Brother Ban at Latonia the Treasury as they accrue, but that it will that this brave lead to a reduction of fully 50 per cent, in up, murder and bly aorne of the lawless scoundrels in (hat and killed. the rate of taxation long before your In hie brother assassins to rise Capt. Lynch, of Tennestee, bought cf auguration aa Governor. If I had only rab'tlie peaceful cltiiens, waB captured by section, fired seven ehota at two of the picka ets. The fire wai returned and the Galling George D. Hopper a young gray horee for known that it waa my duly to provide the the police afterwards hid snugly under defraying the expenses of the oHH'famc. gun section, under Mj, Buckner Allen, S140; of Dr. J. F. Peyton, his bay for $135 means for In a honsa woman'a Commonwealth and had understood how will turned ont. No further attack was rasde. and of J. 8, Murphy a 4 year old filly for I could do bo I might have saved the Leg. Tbo 13th Cincinnati Exposition I thu kiUcurH Ucdtiug a hasty retreat. Mature and myself a word of trouble. $05. close October V. begin Beptemler 1 and gntmorgonmri We agree with the Capital l.iifc.! that tho dem- To WALLPAPER! v - WALL PAPER WALL ! car-load- PAPER! M'ROBERTS & STAGrG'S. I have a small lot of de-eir- WAlili Which I UF.AI' will sell at Cost. nt er T. R. WALTON. A Splendid Variety of nvfliiEA keen-hlade- d dis-sec- ts n, In Bulk and iu Papers can be found at T. R. WALTON'S. CAIEDGOODSM T. R. GROCER IES grief-stricke- com-forta- blt Of best kinds, at n, WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. ta Bar-tbol- di WATERS & RANE Y Main Street, Iat, n, GROCERS, HI Stanford. aam""" anti-orga- anti-orga- l! a' !W"l!i"S inl tX?!XlrU ?' Ite',7 H. C. RUPLEY, shop-lifting- -bo- New Goods for Spring and Summer, well-furnis- half-witte- d ge Wall Paper, K - Furniture, Cases, Caskets, Robes. as low as the lowest. t.i Full and Complete Stock of the above and prices KVM " xmm.mmmmmMmmmWa.m '" yefrieyii -- - r mwmm IIP BlSk fr ' "aegwiaaaariiawBaawaeBwwBaaBBBBBfcaaMM Best coUonatls et D. 13 rente M C K W. Pr yard at Dues) CncAi'. per yard. Good Lawns at 3 cents J II SKTf ADTKBTIHESEHTH. D. Klass, Metcalf A Fos- Stanford, Ky., B. O, WALTON, Juno UuslnoaB l; Heht Indigo blue calico 188G TrJ. D. Klass. cents per cents per Wuiti: Mountain nnd Peerless Ice cream freezers nt bottom figures. ter. STRAYED OR STOLEN. A Hlnck iaflvL'E9rSSa JJSJaV Managor. Best checked cotton at yjrtl. D, Klasi. Wondejifui, Hon low 0 I l. AN. Kipm strain" " Thta-xT- a girl itut arrived at Mr. George A D. Hopper's has been named Maggie Hig-gl- little Berkshire Sow tilth 1 Pigs, ns. LOCAL TIME CARD. In price you s Mill train going ti Bouth... it i. Bouth..., North., Horn lUr.y. 1 can get good of D. Klass. tlMHmNWH S3 A.M. i 05 A, If 4 ,a?s ? SK fo T certain bare It hurts, I know, but still tber go I Wbereas,nor) a aboutperronfamily; I circulated aure my know tho Bio lot of extras for tbo Walter A, Wood mean (he Tickets lo the Buggy and Ma- thor!, and I hereby warn all aucli periona to lit from circulating any more neb report!, aa I harvesting tnschloes on hand. I. M. LOCAL NOTICES. intend lo prccecuteall iuch persona to tho full exchine. D. Klsss. tent of the law. Bruce. JOHN MIIWER, 12J.lt lANDiiKTit'e Garden eeeds at Mclloberls Hanging Fork. Gold A Silver Bind will play at The SSmSZ aaftSak Come and fee us if you want to save the closing exercises of Caldwell Institute, tiStr A BiAKRV. VALUABLE LAN.)ntTHB garden eed In bulk and money. We are determined to mako low Dinville, Wednesday eveuini;, next. iiacktRtH at I'ennr & McAlislf r's. prices. Metcalf & Foster. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. and Jewelry repaired on shor Watches Don't forget Rev. Green Clay Smith's Si'KAKtNO Hon. Fontaine F. Bobbltt Prohibition speech to bo delivered at the notice and warranted by Penny & McAlls KESTICKY JAHM. r. will addreM bis fellow citizens at the Court Court-Hous- e next Monday afternoon. the orlgi-a&- i Buy tie Haaa Hog 1HDBSDAY. JUNE 10, '86, at 1P.M. " 7th, and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl- - House County Court day, the The merchants of Catlettsburg have all lit A Beautiful Farm the flncit In Carter Tuy and then try others, and when agreed a floor; on Little 8ndjr Hirer; to close their stores at 7 o'cIock in county; lerel aa from town and railroad. About Aoompi.etk stock of jewelry, latent you me, only half a mile Ret through, sit down and calculate the the evening. Why cin't our merchants do 23J Aerea; snarly batfln itraat; rich aicrnam. a specialty. Pen-o- r style, ttockford watches 2d. Two oiakuu, difference in prices and quality of goods. I llkewiet? A MoAliMe r. SJ. One three-itor- r brick itoreand offices. do not fear the result, D, Klass, 4tb. About twenty choice town lota. Thlat powder nevtr varies. A marvel ol purity, PERSONAL. Notb. The builnen of the owner of the above Samples from Mrs. W. G economical fine property make Impottlble for blm mid Sunday was the most stupid day that strawberry patch show that she is entitled In the State, and theitsale la unavoidable. toIn or- strength and wboteaomeneti.and Morenot be eold can than the ordinary kind!, Mu. E B nAYOEN returned trora the Stanford has endured for many a day. der to prevent dtiappolntment attending compeUton with the multitude of low teat .short to the blue ribbon both in the size of the the sale, no private sale will be to thote all ofl'eri weight alum or phosphate powders. Boldonly In made and West yesterday. UoyalBikino 1'owDEa Co, cane. With no malls, no newspapers and no fruit and Its excellent flavor. are being rrJecUd. Addieia The Bucket Pumb & Water 100 Wall Btreet, New York. Mies Halue Royctoh, of Garrard, trains, It was a hard one to live through. JOIIX a. JIVTfyRJt, Rock Iiland, III. Ot E.JU. 'I'JjLXlOlT.UraYtan. Carter Co. Purifier IsTliltlneMts.T. R Walton. The Cincinnati Southern can never keep 12U-Kentucky. la an Improvement on any Pump or Elevator yet George Burtok, of Plttiburg, has As administrator of T. T. Daviess, de- up with the L. A N. Up to noon yesterday Invented. The cups descending lull of air and ascending full of water, circulate! the air Irom botceased, I will on Monday June 7th (Coun- no through train hud been able to pass over been on a vlrlt to bis bomefolke. tom to top of clitern or well, removing wiriln. PIANOS FOR SALE. water bum, and rendering the pure, reaiovi A. M. Kixo, Will Dails and ty Court day) before the Court House door, the road since the change of gauge. Mewiw. lng all color, bad Uite or smell. Tbii Pump haa se wagon and haine, sell publicly, -- My borte- rn an Improved chain; no links to get twitted: each Al Price, of Danville, were here Sunday. " iii One square Piano, In a good state of preserva cup la soldered permanently, andim-taota Jink, The Sixth annual Hop of the Merry tion, for !7S; on excellent square, price 1100; one Mn. John T. Wilhite and son, John 1 old buggy and harness and a lot of farm a flat piece ol galvanlaed Iron la ned. Do not purchase a pump until you ieo this. M. Wllblle a few ing utensils, Ac. J. B. Paxton, adsar., Bachelors Club will be given at the Opera Upright, nearly new, 1171; one large Square PiT., were up lo see 8sm Very reipectlully, . For Information call at tbli office or " House, Thursday evening, Jane 10th. A ano, f with will annexed. davi. W. II. been sent see Mr. 8. B. Myrri, Blaaford. of large number of invitations have Mna. Dn Wyatt I. Letchem, Jffl-- . . C. TltVF.nEAUT. 12Mt Bate Ball nine, with Ed- oat, Currier's celebrated Cincinnati orchrs'ra A youthful DB. W. B. PBKJJY, Paint Lick, hss been with Mr. and Mrs. die Stallcup captain, played the Crab Or Book for 18S4 ia full and he has been engaged and the event promises to Dontlut, Forestas Held. cbard nine Saturday on the grounds of the eclipee even the former successes of the club. (STANFORD D, KY. Can not Sorvo any moro Marcs J. W. Salute, School Buperln Mr. OOee on Lancaster street, rext door to Iirxa-ho- b latter and were defeatid by a score of 51 to I have returned from tbo city and cordialThan have been promiied. Undent of Wayne, has been Willing rela Joukxal office. Office hours rrom 8 to 12 x. A DurATCR to a Petersburg, Va , paper ly Invite Juit to call and see my LIrgantt Line of you Innings were played. Oar 7. Only four ac.and 1 to 6 p. m. AneitbeUcaadmlnljlered wbes CIlAItTjEH DVXN. tires In this county. neceuary. says in speaking of the shooting of young Millinery befo-- buying. X also call attention to r. boys say that the Crab Orchards put in my finely selected elock of Ladle' Underwear Mr. Joiix L. Bcsley, of th Winches Baker by Arthut Wallin, of this section, and Notloni. Handkerchief!, Collars, CuBs and profeasionals on them. EmCorteU of dlflerenl itylea. Ladlea ter San, ts on a tIH lo his parents, look tbat public sentlmen is now as strong iu broidered Dreates. lean be found at White my store in THOS. METCALF. be sleek and happy. Cumberland Falls. Mr. B. W. Norris bis favor as It was against him. The peo- the room lately vacated by the JOHN B. FOSTER. MIIS. KATE ItVDDKHAB. . Mn. J. Oscar Prewitte, ot Allcaton, hai taken control of this celebrated Hotel ple seem now to be aatlified, after due con110 2m Ky. aunlord, brother of Miss Ida PrewltU, was the as manager, the proprietorship being sideration and additional evidence made guest of Clarence Tate. by Mr. Boo Owens. Mr, Norrls, ac public, that the shooting of Mr. Baker by Mr. Harry V jey, the Islington companled by his family, will leave Har- - Mr. Wallin was in defense of himself and roaFlour man, and his pretty wife, were guests redsburg In a few days to make necessary brother. Wm. Doering & Co.'i Mowers, Bindat the Portman House Snndsy. arrangements for the reception of his guests ers and Reapers, A cam of coal oil exploded, without apMr. C. M. Randall, of London, who for the summer. The season will open - Kentucky. parent cause, at Mr. Will Craig's Saturday Crab Orchard, waa deputy collector for a while, has gone June 15. Democrat. HMm and set fire to the house and but fot the to California in search of gold. The Lawn party on Court Square to be a the timely aid of Mr. Joe Rice, who was Rev Henry Miller, a Prwbjterlan ! Mercer, county Is at given by the ladles of the Baptist Mis- passing, the cocflsgratlon would have been preacher of McAfee, promisea to be complste. He rnsbed into the room at the sionary Society Springs for bis health, offtr for sale my Farm ot 160 Aeren, situI Dripping county, Flat, the Mrs. Harvey Hckt, Misses Kate very pleasant occasion. Strawberries and icea risk of suffocation and succeeded in arrest ated near AWalnutOrchard Lincoln mllei fromonStanStanford Crab nlkel ANDBusb, of will be served and tbeequarelltup with many ing the flames till others arrived and help- ford and 6mlleafrom Crab Orchard. The land Is Cooper, Alice Lyddan and L'ula In excellent condition, an abnndincs ol water, the gueita of Mrs. Robert colored Chinese lamps will present a very in- ed him to put them oat entirely. fencing good, spacious Wn and ibedi, Implement, Winchester, are mi au.new, built In 1831 and '8. house, Ac. viting appearance. Go and patronlzs the 3?l-ice- s LaO-McAllster. Mr. F. J. Campbell, Manager ol Comfortable dwelling, to acres in wheat, 40 acres sowed U timothy and clover, 20 acrea ladies, who have not heretofore asked aid Rock Castle 8prings in oats and Mn. BliIdHT KlRTLEY and children, Hotel, passed down to for corn; remainder in grain. Terms and price Ebble and Hallle, of Greenville, Texas, in this way. The charge for a saucer Louisville yesterday to answer personally reasonable. (114-n-i) V. It. I'ltXOIl, Stanford. and cake are here on a visit to her parents, Mr. and either of strawberries or cream the numerous applications from families will be but 25 cents. Go early and often. for summer quarters at the "Model & Crop. Mrs. Evan Waters. Fami Sale Mr. akd Mm. G. T. Fabri, who Peyton, A. T. Nun- - ly Resort;" also to buy new furniture for I will ofler at public tale to the highest bidder Fair. Messrs. J. F. have been visiting at her father's, T. M. nelley and Robert McAllster have made a late additions and to increase facilities for tmThurmlav, July 15th, 1M tny Farm of W Acres, altuated sear the Danville pike, in AmnMV in Garrard, returned to East nice half mile track on J. E. Farris' farm furnishing Rock Castle mineral water equal Lincoln county, 5 miles Iroji Stanford and on the county road leading irota the Danville io the LanBornstadt yesterday. near Pink Cottage and have been agitating to the growing demand. He reported a caster pike. The land la in a good state of culwho hss been tivation, fencing exoellent, tpacloui barn Mim Ankie Hioow, the question of holding a stock fair here great simoon now assured at the "invalid's thedi. My house burned down recently but and anschool at Mt. Vernon, spent a day this year. It meets witn approval generteaching All of our Sugar waa bought before the advance and can be sold st the tame eld price. Our eureka, the haven of the weary, the child's other pattern la on the ground ready for building. outbuildings are good. The place la well watThe or two with Mr. and Mrs W. H. Higgtna ally and Mr. Nunnclley tells us that the eden and the lover's paradise." ered and there li a splendid orchard. Will also offtr for sale all kind of farming Implements and on her return to her home at Kirksvllle. $1,000 stock necessary to Insure the sucmachinery, horse and cattle, hogs, household and The news of the killing of Mr.CC Parruii, of Virginia, has cess of the enterprise has been fixed so that Killed. of Hustonville, by Lucius C. of kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day (128--it Taylor, tale. jr. X. LAND, Stanford. been here again and we don't blame him. there will be no trouble in raising it. The Owsley, his step-fathat Bradford's vl lie, Bo lovely and fascinating an object u he fair is lo be Grit clsai in all particulars' Is vsry cheap. We bsve recently refitted lf of our store with boxes for that It unsurpassed for beauty and convenience. Our QUEEN8WABE, consisting of Dinner, business Cham-b-ii has is many times worth the thousands of with liberal premiums and especially for reached here Sunday and caused much re Tea gret. It appears that Taylor and Owsley Bet, is excellent. Those goodt are bought from flnt hands and wedelr campetlt'on In necessary. miles of travel piw. m speed stock. The date is not fixed yet, but had bad a difficulty over a threat by Tayonly ask you to call and examiDogooda. Mr. T. J. Boei.tY has applied through the fair Is almott a certainty. e will hold onr annual Fair on the lor to whip Will, the only eon of Owsley Gov. McCreary for the position of mail Mrs. Lucretia Bear, daughter of Mr. by Taylor's mother, and that when Owsley le Branch, lie is a ir.ni rn the Knixvll 2415s very clever and worthy man and bis ap John Hewee, who publishes a warning else- saw Taylor again approaching him, he AT THE polntment would please all his friends anil where In this psper, called to see us a day went into a mill and asked the proprietor or two ago and related how certain indi- to keep Taylor out. Taylor started in, acouaintanrea. Woods Grove, Mrs. William Caswell and Miss viduals of her neighborhood had "scandal- however, and 0rley fired four shots at Where It wm held last year. For which entered his breast and Bettie Branner, of Rnoxvllle, who have ized" her, thrown rocks into her window him, two of for and written insulting and threatening produced instantdeatb. Owsley surrender- A LIST OF PREMIUMS, &C, been viaitin? at Judge Sauller'', left ed and waa lodged in jail at Lebanon. He home this morning. Miss Bettie is very anonymous letters. The latter she showed Write far circulars. vlvaclois and completely turn- us, and of all the dirty, slimy productions claims that Taylor had threatened to kill bright and jr. F. EKBBV, President. Dealers In all kinds of imaginable, it was the worst, showing the him and that he acted entirely In self deed the hed of one of our compositor . 127-t- d J. B. WALKEU, Secretary. writer to be an infamous, cowardly minded fense, There had been considerable troub Miss Mamie Horer, of Louisville, le heretofore between Owsley and his five who has been visiting Miis Sue Rout and brute. In refutation of the charge that Land convention, she never was married to the man she stepsons growing out of his treatment to since the Sunday-schoo- l others wife, Mrs. Beat showed us her their mother. LINCOLN CIUCUIT COURT. went home yesterday, after making many lived with aa Julia Uugbes.dc, vs. Julia Wltbeia, dc. Notice friends here. She is a fins musician and a marriage certificate properly made out and DEATHS. of sale. They Pursuant to Judgment herein at the March t erm most captivating and accomplished young signed by the officiating minister. John 15. Temple, president of the 18W, of thla Court, the underalgned Com'r will, have parted, she says, by mutual agreement Ou Blond&y, Juuo 7, 1SSO, Green A. DemAM.Eeo. ,of Williams and not for the reasons circulated by her Southern Mutual Life Insurance Company, burg, candidate for Congress la the 11th enemies. None bat fiends would pursue a is dead at Louisville. County Court day, between 11 a. k. and 3 r. v., Mr.R. F. Smlduth died at his home and before the court-houdoor In Stanford, Ky., District, was here Friday, returning from a weakly little woman with such vengeance hlghett bidder, so public auction lo observing how the land and it is a pity her aged father is not able near Ooshen, this county, ot typhoid fever tell at of the "Lunceford" tho of 172 Acrea and tour In Farm much 23 Poloa and a Blaht ot Way to the turns on Thursday in hia 55 year. He was a to deal personally with them as they tlaaKsfSk vHaSaalR' .itr lay. He Is much pleased with his pike, lvlce on Dlx Hirer, In Lincoln county, Ky., He will, however, Invoke the pro- highly respected citizen and his death will as will satisfy Wm. Logan's judgmtntfor 81,290, and if his ambition should be realized with 6 percent, thereon from July 23, 1883, until hit constituency will find that they have tection of tbs law if the thing is not stop- be a loss to that vicinity. lie leaves a wife paid, and the casta of thla action. Enough ot that and four children, the latter all down with portion of the farm adjacent to John W. Logan ped, chosen a capable, conscientious and faithand Lee Stone for purpose Indicated will be sold. the same disease. Titans. Credit of 6 and 12 months, equal Inful man to represent them. The great feat of changing the gauge of with Her friends here, of whom she had stallment!. Uonds required tale amigood security, Kentucky ladles alwajs take the the L. A N. from 5 feet to 4 feet 9 inches, bearing interest from oay of having effect judgments. IF. O. 1VKLCJI, and loveliness, more es was accomplished from one end to the oth- many, will learn with deep regret of the of U7-f'cake" for beauty Matter Coin'r Lincoln Circuit Court. peclally If they are from Stanford, We er op Bunday without accident and with death of Mrs. J, Loton Barnes, at her home good woman and observe In a recent laMie of the Knoxvllle hardly a drawback. O.i this division the in Mississippi. She waa a The cause of her death lribune another confirmation of this truism work was done most expeditiously, the va- a deyoutChristian. which says: At the First Pres- rious lection foremen finishing their allot- was cancer, of which she euflered long, -- SUKKEYB,in an Item byterian church festival last Friday night ments in times ranging from 11:02 A, M, to Her remains were brought to Danville for Mica Annie Logan was presented with a su- 7:40 v, M, The former time was made by interment and there they weie laid to rest perb basket of flowers aa tin most boautl-fu- l Mr. W. A. Moberly on the section beyond Saturday afternoon. At lUuo-UrnStock Yards, lady present. DRIPPING SPRIN0S Rowland, and tho latter by a foreman who had some of his hands to quit on him. Tho LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Joeeph Sarlo and his brother Ros Etc. Grain, Weoi, Seeds, Feed, Conl, prize of $20 offered to the foreman first to coe, the leader and harpist of the LexingWaters & Raney'a. Pnicrs about right at complete his job lies betweea Mr. Moberly ton Italian bind, which la to furnish music 3, '80. Goon Calico at 3 .cents per yard. D. and Mr. Nevlll, at Crab Orchard. Mr. W. at Dripping Springs this season, will be Geer, who lives here, began work with 17 over and play for the ball on the 5:h of Commences st 12 o'clock sharp, Klass. men at 4:16 A, M. and by 3:55 r. M. had June. Abont 50 head from tho well-knoIce cream freezers, coolers, refrigerators completed Ihe change of 7 snitches at RowRev. R. R. Noel dedicated the new herds of A. McClintock & Son, Ao , nt W. H.nicglns'. land, 11 road crossings and 3 miles of ball room on Friday last by preaching a Ky., K. KcMiohael and - main track, letting the testing train, with splendid sermon with five additions to the W. R Veatch has eold his stock of groJohn B. Wallace, Lexington, Ky. Road Master F. M, Ansley and II, F, church, This is more remarkable since a Mrles to Metcalf A Foster. We will oQsr a choice selection of highly bred and Baldwin, Supervisor, over by 0 r. M. from protracted meeting was held at Tyrone last animals of the very best butter strains, including None Better. Than the Boots Lebanon. Cipt.V. M. Hill had the honor of summer without a single addition. Moral. a number of tested cows and their ofbpringi " .DlJLLgas IV Among them are representatives from such fam, Shoes to be had at D. Rltss'. being the conductor of the first train over Dripping Springs eavea the soul as well ts lllet as Signal, St. Lnmbertt'Sllr'er Mine, Farm- Drugs, Books, Stationery and (jjfe Headquarters. D. Klass' is headquar. the new gauge. The express due here at the body. ers' (jlory, Rex, Alplica, etc. 1:30 yesterday morning was eeveral hours best qnallty. " 'M TCH. ters for cheap goods of ihe flUl' SA v "SfS:A single hair will support the weight Aruuies. late, owing to hot boxes and orders to run of about four ounces. For catalogues, which will bo ready by May 19 their address' MoRoderts A Staoo have started ouefully, but the other tialns yesterday Phyilclana' prescriptions accurately compounded. .1. JleCLIX'lOCK Jb SOX, It takes 8(Mi fullblown roses to make a ,. ever Alio y Soda Fountain andiis.,as good gatfajaMsaasV "lu""v',,C1' eVSjitV a 1fs traffio on better time and by were Mlllertburg, Ky. tabtetpoonful of perfume. made. Col. 1'.. E. Edmonson, Auctioneer. will be fully resumed on tho road. The There are 574 prisoners. In .the feovern-meXiZJB F, HTjyjfMAN, To the Ladies. A fine lino of chil- quickness with which the change was made calaboose at Fort Leavenworth. D. was most remarkable and reflects great dren's clothing at reduced prices. now in force in tbla country Tho Largest Gtook of Watches, Olooks, There are credit on the officers and men. Tbo L. A Klass. Jewelry and Silverware BTANTOED, . than 225,000 patents for inventions. KY. ' more , . N, best the C. 8.,' which alio, changed, and South tide potato plants at 25 cents per Castor oil rubbed on a wart once a day Ofloo Myers Do tell Main Street, two doors abovs Ever bought to thlt market lMces Lower than Sweet Ke- hid the first train to go over the crossing for elr rao'iths will, It is said, removo them r the ' Uvui Uitia Qaa almtnlilcied when ) the owwt. Watches. Clocks snd Jewelry hundred and lato and enly cabbage plants quired. paired on short notice and Warranted. entirely. at Junction City. NewUnd. for sale. 0. J. ilan-dtro- ti calculated on standard time. Bolar Tun case of Vaughan ts. Robinson appealed from this county, has been affirmed - and buy your clothing or anything else you need, by going to D. Klam' . m Save Money About a month old. two males and two fnssln. A liberal rerard will be paid for any Information tbat will lead to their recovery. ii'Mt, IV. HA U'HOX, Stanford. I. To All Whom It May Concern de-a- r li ibout 90 minutes taater, POWDER HUo;iuwiy ruid 2t BOOK FULiLr. wa-e- r two-hor- Messenger D's HIGGim Millinery. post-offic- e. airrnjJ "' 1134-ly- O. B. HARRIS, Ag't -- tealI & Festofff -- FARM FOR' SATJC ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. w to-ni- M a Specialty. ofLandJttock Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, Hardware, Embracing Everything one-ha- De-wi- ll er, Kirlisvillo Fair ar 23il and of July, METCALF WEAREN & XOJTEJEC MENEFEE, Iiiiniam & CommissionefsSale of Favminglmplements and Machin ery se 15-da- y pros-pect- e. PUBLIC SALE Fin Bugfiies, eaisiages?. JERSEY CATTLE Xicxington, Kentucky, THURSDAY, JUNE Sprlng Wagons, Buck Boards,, Pawn Wagons, wn Mil-lersbur- g. Fw& BP&liator PHARMACISTS, --- V , " nt JEWELERS. mmmaEWMM STJItOEON DENTIST, ' . I' a"' J r "" " uw"- - n rr- - jk..- - T ii niifii T1 f aattiliMM eatas cUK OOUQHU Mrsu WHAT SHALL I UHV.jf UftsV DO? CIRCUS MUSICIANS. THE OF SELECTING BKflCULTIES MUSIC FOR THE PERFORMANCE. "What shall I do lost llfo in sllonoo pan I And if it do, And nover prompt tbo way of noisy brats, What neod'st thou ruWt Remember nyo tho o?can doops aro mute: Tho shallows Worth is tho oeoan famo the bruK Along tho shore, "What shall I do to bo forever known!" Thy duty ovor. "But this full ma'iy did who skep unknown." Nover, no, novar; Thlnk'st thou perchance that tbey mnatn unknown Whom thou know'st not! Dy higher truiii) of boavon their pratso is roar; Time iib4 Thiio Slint Ilo Suitable to the, Character of the Work In the Itlng Men mid Ilnrsct That Citn Not Stand Any .OJintigo, "Onco a man get! Into ths llfo of n circus land,n,seid tho leador, "and accuitomod to its hard work, bs likes It, and very few caro to leave it again for tbo casual and cbanco blown, engagements of unattached musicians. Even Divine their lot if the; vrsre so fortunate oj to got placos in regular theatre orchostrns they would "What shall I do to gain eternal life?" havo tliolr dull season each year, and, when Dischargo aright at work under union rates, would only got Tbo simple dues with which each day is rife, $itOn porfonuance, out of which they would Yoa with thy might baro to pay their personal expenses, so that they would bo no batter off than in a cir- Ero porfoct scheme of uctlon tbou deviso cus. Tkon, there Is no small attraction in Will llfo bo fled, life and va- Whllo bo who ever acts as conscieuoo cries the.travcl, excitement, open-ai- r riety of a circus. Some of our circus band Shall live, though dead. men go on playing until they aro quite -S- chiller. old. ilt is the duty of tbo leader to select and arntngo the music for his band in n circus just the sumo as any other band, but the circus leader bos much tho hardest work to da Id tbo first place bo must have such an lm menso quantity of music, as you will readily conceive. But, still mora dltllcult for bim, if be does not thoroughly understand tbo circus business, is the selection of tho particular alls that will fit to tho various performances in the ring. That would not bo so hard to do if thore was only one ring and ono performance in it at a timo, but when you havo from three to llvo various performances going on simultaneously you don t find it so easy to pick out music that will trutup in or follow suit with them alL "If there are two or three riding acts simultaneously, it will bo comparatively easy to lit thorn, but when you have things upon tbo ground and in on going tbo air at once, you must bo very or you will careful throw your horses or your people out. Then you have to kuow which ono of the lot is most important, to which you will bavo to play, making the othors secondary, but serving them as well as possible at the same time. For Instance, when the stars aro doing their Tcallywonderful tripple trapeze act, though there aro three other acts going at tho same time, I bars to play for the stars and must control tho timo and force of the music to suitthovv. When bo sounds his bell tho band has to play pianissimo, for that is tho signal that bo is about to speak a word of direction or warning to the girls, and his ol.'o must bo heard. And when one of their astounding feats bos been performed, tbo baud mutt break out with a fortissimo crash, blending with the roar of applause from tho audience. 2?o matter wbero tho writer of tho music may have put his diminuendos or croscendos, I havo to play it that way, whether tho pioco lezoinos unrecognizable or not, whether It may suit tho other performers or not, and whether peoplo say 'how badly the band play that air' or not, for it may be a quostion of limb, if not cf llfo, to bare it done in just that way. "One thing that gives necessarily a cor- tain sameness to much circus music is the sompuUory emphasis of notes In regular recurrent order, not demanded at all foriinu-alca- l exproisiou, but very requisite for auarklng tho time for tbo horses in a manege act, or some other riding: If' yoa do not thus sharply accent the time, the best trained bono is liable to bo all broken up and make a failure of his performance. "When I was with Ilengler I many a time lad to go with my violin to the ring at 0 o'clock in the morning to play by the hour near a horse- - that was undergoing training, so "as to familiarize tbo animal with the air to which he would bo required to perform in the ring. Honxler would have a horse in training, in that way, as much as three months btoadlly bofoio trusting him in tho ring, and be was very careful never to allow tho timo to be made slower or moro japid, to suit the hone, but kept regular, until tbo beast fell naturally into the stop 10 it. PHATINO TIIE "SAME OLD TUNE." TDIE AND Ut'SIO TO SUIT. ROYAL PRINCES OF SWEDEN. Dynasty That Owes Much to nn American Dentist Duncer Averted. Thcso princes grow up with pain and griof. Thoy overtaxed their strength, btudy weakened their oyes to a degroo that inado glasses an absolute necessity. When tboy bad measles, scarlatina or otfidr r jmotlc plagdosdf childhood, thoso maladies left "dregs" in their constitutions which were not easy to eliminate. Their teeth havo been from infancy until now perjiotual torments, Tbo court lady, writing from Stock n Prince holm, tells ma that the iocond Oscar, ogod seven and twenty lias been martyrized by" the occentrio growth of his wisdom teeth. Instead of growing right uoor straight down, thoy shoot out sido ways and force their point into the liesh of the cheeks. Owing to tho Wlttolsbach and the Nassau blood which runs in the prince's veins, this deflection from tho order of nature has had consequences which the Stockholm lady says were extremely painful in mora ways than one and cast his royal highness sometimes into tho deepest depths of gloomly appreA. Pronounced an Infallible Cure for Rhtumatitm, The blue grM craxo ad the boiling water remedy for dyopopsia are no succeeded by Ihe elder cure for gout and rheumatism, which, strange to say, U receiving tb'e nc tlon of some of the bH pbjuicUnii In Europe. Cider must In such cssos be drank sweet, and a celebrated chemist give'e the following formula to prepure thin cheap and "Cider should be agreeable bcrcraga. made of good eound applee and then left to ferment in the birrel. When (he has almost cewed it ohould be oil into a smaller birrel by a ciphon racked (. rubber lube) from the bung of the urst bsrrel into that of the eecoud. Id this way your eecond birrel will contain cider almost clear. Let it fettle for two or three day, bottle in champigne battles, cork, wire or fasten the corfc wllh string, and lay tho bottles on their sides. If the cider is battled too bood, or befere fermentation has almot ceaed, it will bunt tho bottles. If this In litclv to happen, stand them up again for almost a month; tben lay them down a;ain. In this way you will keep your cider sweet for more thin a year. It will have plenty of "fizz" In it and makes an excellent drink, psrilciilar-lin summer." The new- euro hsa already muny adherents, add a beautiful resort is about to be opened in Devonshire, onp of tho loveliest counties In Ecgland, where the treatment can be carr Ir d on under the most advantaceous circumstances, as is the case with the celebraud ifrspj cure establishments on the Kblttk and Moeellc. A correspondent in the London Tina clsims that he has been cured of rheumatlim of long standing by the ue of cider, and it would be well to try the exprrlment in the midst of solae'ortur orchards, situated in pictuwque sites, where the Invalids can punue their routine of treatment to the bef advantace. fSfcn Francisco Chronicle Cider y For Instant Use As a reliable remedy, In cacs of t roup, Whooping Cougb, or sudden Colds, arid for the prompt relief aud cure of throat and lung diseases, Aycr's Cherry Pectoral Is Invaluable. Mrs. E. G. Edficrly, Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes : " I cousldcr Aycr's Cherry Pectoral a most Important remedy for homo use. I have tested Its curative power, iu my family, mauy times during the past thirty years, aud have never known It to fall. It will the most serious affections of tho throat aud lungs, whether in children or adults." John II. Stoddard, Petersburg, Vn., writes: "I have never found a med-lcln- o equal to re-llo- -- 4agaJflSflPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBxtBBBBBBBBBBBj-"tflsT! SMb iHiiflHsfissssliiissssssssssssssssssssWOtK - SECOlOjjrEWEI. ! mate Thlt One combined etalllon will my (table, ner Hhelby theiea-tonoflRM- CUr. In tWiV,a county, n the Khetby City and Knob lT turnpike rouJ.at $15 tho Sooson or 20 to Iusure a Oolt. Cherry Peotoral for the prompt relief of throat and lung diseases peculiar to children. I consider it an absolute cure for all such affectlous, and nm never without It Iu tho house." Mrs. L. E. llerman, 1S7 Mcrcor it., Jersey City, writes: "I havo always found Aycr's Cherry Tcctoral useful In my family." 11. T. Johnson, Mt. Savage, Md., writes: "For the speedy euro of sudden Colds, and for tho relief of children afflicted with Crouri, I havo never found anything equal to Aycr's Cherry Pectoral. It is tbo most potent of all the remedies I have ever used." W. II. Stickler, Tcrro Haute, Ind., writes: "Aycr's Cherry Teetoral cured my wife of a severe) lung affection, supposed to be Quick Consumption. 'YVe now regard tho Tcctoral . M. as a household necessity." Ilrainerd, Minn., writes: "I am subject to Bronchitis, aud, wherever I go, am always sure to have a bottle of Itrcck-enridge, AYER'S , DM&rlptlon and l'eitlurec: -- Second Jewel I a blood bay, with black mane aud tall, 15 hand 3 Inches tatjb, with tlnaityla and action, lie 15 rear old till HprlDtf, wa tired uy IjowI t'unnlnham's Jswall, he by tha famous old WaihliiRton Denmark. Flrat dam Minnie, by McDoald'a 3d dam by Well' Crurader; Si dam by a son or l)Tjr Urorketl; 4th dam by a valuable old sJ-di- n , maj-epedlsrc unknowu. Mr. II. C l'arrla'a OM Minnie, dam of Becond Jewel, waia premium anliual, from a colt to an azed mire, tiecond Jewtime and wore ths el ha boon ahown twenty-fou- r only twice. lick tie twenty two H made ten ahow Iaat season at Danrllle, KlrkiTllta, Ktchmondand Lexlniiton and wore ten blue ribbon. Paaturags will be furnlilir.1 mare at reaionable rates. rarllnK with iimrw forfeit tb tumranre. IJn retained oa all cull until iomIco charts are paid I will sis) itinl at tha lam lUblei ths tin j sck Hal-cortliuca-delealnd WP ET & - TJTLeJLi'JElTlSr. r f i i ' . fiU Sl&V Utini -- ajA ! n i N 4t ti-ff- l ut1l tlUtM i ( . f . i BLACK HAWK! Uawk noltlfaledor uaro parle.1 with. Hlark handiS Uacoalblackfl yarsudlhls Hprlnu, 14 At AMtotniuroallTe colt, money duo when tbo ' imsiJriBUitrtttf4lU, t i.t tt. ! KlslDT ItvittOVM h t4 fwiM; fbr C'atbt, Crttfv (i rUt i ftfti m f JisVl, r t i A.krlrfitiiVrlL Ttls VT AtTCTl A. TAT10 R, Oa i . Whn vtntMbM ft Ti !liiira ltffcl tflMlfU lbl ltti ftrir nm)oi rcV tat tfln I ft ffn fkift trf U.. lb , lOAattQ n)tmbrtsj nb ibt ferftlUR ft ertiy u4 Matt 's.at-.- y .. AlUnt. KA CORDUL. f HrCKHirHKT al CtiU;i Tnike. rrilH Hoth Ijr ! bf Dr, M.L. oun lnchMhlgli. HowMilrod by CaUwrll's by Velocipede, ha by lloberl aon'i IUack Hawk, he HamtHon, he by Imp. Mammoth. Ill dam was u ratted by, by yilcaira lllack Hawk. 5d dam btllm Maxwell and wai an Imported Jack. r The noted breeder, wilt V. T. SAMiWtfK. Hhflt.y Cltr.Ky. make tba seaaoa ot II til at my UUa 3)4 iull.ii south of Huitonrltle. on the Uuatoo rill and Liberty turnpike. AbJallah Uleneo I by Jo Klaio, No. a IV); trial 2 37 rec-- f oru i fu, aim nan uminfr-107-t- ttODlLSK, tiuutoti Abdallah Gloncoo! aflr i ui,l bkothi:hs. Jr f v. ? Hfex loD.l.a.rminU A&.Z-J.J- L Ayer's Cherry Pectoral rrlth me. It I without of bronchial aflVclIonj." PREPARED I1Y a rival for the cure cians aud surgoons "lost tboir Latin" when called in to attend tho poor prince They gave fine Groek names to horribly ugly symptoms and prescribed a treatment that worked no cure. As Prlnco, Oscar is of an ago to marry and has for the last year or so wanted badly to go ": mlscres woro a sourco to him of pbysiologlques"' worso than tho distress orbing merely from physical pain. However, all's well that ends well, or a pou pres. To a groat extent (at least so tho court lady informs me who keeps mo acquainted with much that goos forward at ths royal slott In whluh her function forces ber to livo) the root of tho evil has bo:n extracted by Dr. Thomas Kvans, and tho prince will, it is bopod, soon bo able tovooa bride at some foreign court, and win ber, too. The name of the much- desired princess tho lady does not mention. She, in fact, tells mo that no matrimonial engagemet has yet been entered into on of tha prince whoso wisdom teeth havo been giving him so much trouble. Her idea is that, in tbo interest of posterity and to keep as far as possible fromNawau or Wittelsbach blood, ha ought to follow tlio oxample of she forgets what ancestor on tho paternal side, who saw a pretty country girl washing in a brook, made up. to her, became her sweetheart and finally ber bo-ha- lf hension. This is why. It caused terrible glandular disturbances, swellings. Inflammations and their conso.pjoaccs, ana such intenso cerebral suffering that a brnln disease was fearod. Throat and ears woro badly effected and the Eustachian tubes were choked up. Physi- Illinois It that afier peach tree on the firm of James M. Baker, of Palmjri, bad blown is gravely related in an news-psp- er Dr. J. C. down, the broken uuufc wa. Muck in the fire under a soap kettle. Not a blorsoin was on the tie , but when tbe Lest of the ihe trte burt Are penetrated the branch blojni. into full Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass, or sale by all Druggists. Buiken's Arnlia Salve The belt 6We In ths world lor CuU. IlruUts Sore, Salt Hhcuni. Fexer Bores. Tetter, Cbrred Hands, Chilblains, CorntanJ alltikln Eruptions, and poalti'ely cures Piles, or no '"l ulred. I , la gnsrsnteod to gtt e perfect MtlttIon, or money refunded. Price 23 cents jxir box. Pox sale by Penny A. McAlliter. Ague Cure Ague, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Fever, Dumb Ague, Hlllous Fever, Dengue (or "Ilrcnk-bono- " Fever), Liver Complaint, anil all diseases arising from Malarial poisons. AYER'S ibow a 2 30 gait airy tltno. before brea ting eluw here, pone tome ol the BllTerKtoKwlllWllultMtolS mare, at 1 the crowca In ailttrnta. He a Mi hand high (gelding awe rata. Us 1 3 ytara o:d tbl bprlnc, lautirul bar. IS hand 3 Inchp huh Will alio and tuuKleabd tacdfor land at tame place a nne Jck, 's lluturd. Jo Kliuo by Ml Into, No. 275, by Abdallah IS, . JoaKlmo'altt by llyadyk's HamUelealan r. No.lt-dam by Mambrloo Mtuen-tWI Ilia D.'a dam by 8lrl'ht, tr Cherokee, 3d dam by Youni Atairlca, ha by Taylor's by Imp. I'lanaor Abdallab inru'a colt are 31 dam by Miller' Denmark, which slfta In bim a tltub!$ troii f M b4t ioJJU iltnk (n Ik uvrU kind, floe and large and god I morers, both hi harncai and undar Ihe aaddle. hat one of 4lhdam by Jim lUII,oraof the teat rihorrt of that with rerr little handling trottad a J, In 40 hi day; Sth dam a nolel HikUU mare Lrou0t aipromlilnr. butow. we.'. atM another Ihtt w frum Virginia. pedUrra uakuown. log loan accident bat They will make the irswa o( X&H at J K. Ka- dallah Uleneo, although oarer bean trained. Aba natural taddla bor, rri', ono mile from manford on the Huttonvllle trottol a full ulla on a 10 aoc. alow track la I 43, plk. Ollt tl I a dark brown, IS bands high, 4 with six week or two month' lundllog. tlmetl years old tbl Spring and will itaod at by 11 Pope, of lVijrte county. Mr P. aay ha could Alt-andst- Gilt Edge &Silver King tD. C. fl. n'iI fur l.Q00,) Htrlew a JV., Lycurns 2 33aod Mark Waktfltld, pscer, trial 2VC Vint daraMattleH. by Willie D. (by 'orrljt.er by Imp. Ulenro,)2 Him liettlaC by Ci nnlniham' Ui'fr Uoltoni, SddauMlnerta Dunran by Imp. 21'.. Sk. jy Ca r flrtd br Hubble' Dsnmark, known a On Time. Flnldam Melll MounU by Cabbls' fxtnijlon, $10 to Instiro a Llting Colt. Call and a a my tork and lata money, for ba Ut running and trotting a beautllul brown, mvaturr) operlnr bona tkaamallaum of 1 STEVE WALKER, Ai ftM to lntura colt, money due at weanlnc time Hell a blown jack with wbite olnt,S year ud lre--l by A Ik In' Jane. IS band btch. II Hrl Kins William and be by Kln i'lillllp, bl Dill-U- p b dam a lilack utln Jennet, rlnJ ty and be by Kini 1'nllllp; hit leeond dani by larrgrey. Tn MoreCmUj tk Murtl'aatle no-t- r a, :. .o a. f'.t In $10 the Season or S12 50 to Insure. I wlllalniland uy Anejttk, tii MoELRO'S, He li 15 lunli 1 InrliM high, wlto dnnloaatida much atyla aa a horte. lie t It a fltit-Cljtrk and a bretdcr and will erTJeonK at I.X). Ilareeen Ibreo of hi coll from Jcnaeta thai do honor to any jask Mirr parted with render t'-wiwvn due. ThoMi who data lradt mre bred 11 are reminded Ibal uty money la due and excreted. Care taken to pretent aeddrnti, but nt repon-1ibvuld any occur. AtcliMlolniura. pr IS WAIIRANTED to cure Fever and Atil-ela- n. la nm. "Hero there is no such careful training, and wo have to adapt ths time to tbo horses, to a certain degree, but still the marked accent must be kept, and that is enough to mako a very strong family resemblance time; enough to make many people say 'same old tune.' Tbo elephants and tho trained stallions require to havo always the aamo music, or u not exactly the same, then it very near to it that the animals can not iccognlzo any difference. Of course na do Trork in some changes on them, but not abrupt orte4, for the American publio will not stand tbo same thing all the timo, no matter what the proforouces of tbo animals may be. When I was in England, sovon years ago,' llongler's band was playing tho same music for manege and trick acts that they had played for soven years before, and I have xo doubt they are playing- the same pieces aovr. Tba$ would.bi Ukely to breed a riot i this codktry, tthinlC Many trapeie and otbw specialty per. forxnances'havQnunio of thslr own; and hen wo can aocpmmodata(thBi,by playing H waalway', do so. Oeafrally, however, hoir,muVo' it arranged for string bauds to lo used lirtb'wtrer and vartety shows, and wo could Dot, play it without roarrange-zaent- , which would bo too much trouble so long as wo can supply other music qulto as The lady who does a line trapeze act XOOd. and the long slide on the in lined wire, bos joino beautiful Spanish muile, and as it suits very well for the triple trapezo act, which is nt tUsame time, we play it, Now and Uien wo work In a now piece on ber, and she iiverygocd-natureabout it, always saying, 'all right;' bat after two or three days is sure to come and say, 'Please, Mr. lbs Soblnson, let me have my own music a train.' Shtfcan work better with the music to which jho is accustomed. The trapezo performer siso nave meir own musio lor their special work. Mme, Doekrill was very particular about her music, and used always to sing rltb the band, but of course in a tone that the audience could not bear, when riding- in the ring. Sho no doubt got into tho habit ihlle training ber horses in winter, accustoming them to tbo inoasuro of music foi Uieir movements. Jim Robinson, the great tareback rider, had a certain set of quad-nlle- s that he always Insisted upon having flayed for bim, and ha would not ride to anything else. Fish, on tha other band, ihougU be had qulto n fondue u for music and used to uructlce on the violin in hit dressing-rooa good deal, did not seem to are at all what was played for him in the nag. bwclcney and Alel villa ware vary to have each season new gats of quad-'jolle- s and other melodies for their acta. Sew York fjua -d par-Ocul- ar ional hatred in tbo medical world at Stockholm. Tho king having on previous occasions' given him every Swedish decoration that ho can dispose of made him a commander of tha Norwegian Order of tbo Polar Star. Paris Cor. London Truth. Dr. naSuioiid's nie or cua. "tfvery Httla while," Dr. Hammond said a fow days agdi "I pick up a paper in which thero are some allusions to my throne and the piles of SO bills and doublo eagles that lie upon my desk. I am pictured sitting upon a chair of rogal size and finish, glancing sternly at tbo conoring patienti who creep in timidly, placo $,V jupon my desk liko culprits and .humbly, hurry out again. All of which is tho' result of a newspaper story many years old. which still drifts about the public press. 1 live down this street; come with me and I'll show you try) throne, the mousy." Tho "throne" proved to be a high, straight-backe- d woodon chair, such as b familiar in church furniture the world ovor. On one corner of tho desk there was a pile of bills, but there were moro tens than twenties. "All physicians who have special practice," Dr. Hammond said, "adopt this motbod of payment Patient come to me from everywhere and I never know who thoy aro or where they como from when they walk into my oftlca. Tha fee b 20 for tho first and $10 for tho succeeding visit, which b somewhat different from the regular $20 fee I am accused of charging every time a patient calb to soo ma ou my throne." Blakoly Halt spouse. Tbo dental operation was fo happily performed that, according to my fair informant, the celebrated American who carried it out was thu darling of tho court for several days, and tho object, naturally, of profess- Htfiat Can Be Done ? By trying again anl kespfnj up eourago many things weinlngly ituposilbli way be attained. Hundreds of hopeless cases ot Kidney and Liter cured by Klectrle Uittera, Complaint have after CTerjthlng else had ben tried In Tain. 8o don't think there li no cure far yoa, but try Bc-trl- c C.tttri. There Is no niedlolneao safe, sopuro and k perfect a Blood Purlflir. Electric Bitten will cure Dyspcpla, Diabetes and all Dleacs of the Kidneys. Inraliuble la sffectlons of Stomach sod Llrer, and oferoonis all Urinary Dlmcultlea. Urge Bottle only 50 ccnta a bottla at Penny a McAlliter. Excitement in Texas, Great excitement has been earned In the vicini ty of Pari, Texas, by the remarkable recorery of Mr. J. E. Corlty, who wa so belplai lie coukl noi tiirn In betl.or raise hli head; ererjlodv said he waadrlnz of Consumption. Atrial Uttle ot Dr, Elng'iNew Dbeofery wai nthlm. Finding re itef, he bought a large bottla and a box of Dr King's New Life Pllla, and by the lima ho had taken two boxes of Plllt and two boxen ot tha x he was well and had gained In fieth pound. Trial bottles et this Great DltcoT-er- y for Consumption freest Penny A McAltiler'a. bn "Harpers, S. O., July 0, 1SS4. "For eighteen months J sujf-crc-il with Chills and Fever, having Chills evert other day. After' trying various remedies recommended to cure, used a bottlo of Aycr's AQuc Cure, and have never since had a chill. EDWJjX HARPEIt." ISStt. tsna i.mi ;. s. voH'Kr.Tj ! 3iTl7( JSZDjl 1 Danville Wilkes I Pr. J. C. rilErAItED Y Aycr & Co., Lowell, Haas. Sold by all DruggttU. THE BEST boon ever bestowed upon man I perfect health, and the true way to injure health Is to purify your blood with Acer's Mrs. Kllza A. Cloiish, 3i Arlington st., Lowell, Miia., wrlloa: "Kery winter and spring my family, Including myself, uso several bottles of Aer's Kxpcrlcnco hai eonUnccd me that, as a powrful Sara-parllta". thlr-ty-ii- Positive Cure for Piles. To the peopled tht county we would say that Mirchlil'i we hare been glren tho agency of Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50c a box. For lale by Penny & McAlliter, Druggist. lr. Blood purifier, It Is very much superior io any other preparation of Sarsnpsrilla. All persons of scrofulous or coutuuiptlro tendencies, and especially delicate children, are sure to bo greatly benefited by Its use." J. Y. Stnrr, Lnconla, Iowa, wi lU-- : " For years J was troubled with Scrofulous complaints. I tried scvcrnl different preparation, which did me little, If any, good. Two bottles of Ajer's Sitrapa-rlll- a effected n complete cure. It It my opinion tlifl this liicdlclna h tha hot blood Daughters, rrVsi and Mothers. guarantee Dr. Marchlil's Female Bamedy, t euro Female such a Ovarian" trouble, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Diiplaceinest or bearing down felling-- Irregularities, Barrsoneu, Chsnge o t rjfe.Leuchorrhoes, beside many weaknesses iprtng-In- g from the abore, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleepleunas, Nervous Dsblllty, Palpitation ol the Heart, Ac. For aala by Drug-gil- t. PitteiflinJSl 50 per bottla. Bend to Dr. Marcblal, Utlca, N. V., fur pamphlet, free. J For ale bv Penny A UcAIUUtr. Drugtiti. W emphatically DIs-ease- s, Will make tha ann of JSHat tn;- hiabU The lre of trotter. rovWler and more fine y sod lnetanford, Ureryand will ICy., first dais Luturn hortr than aay olbxr milloa ermltted 10 ,rr a In Kentucky, will make tba imtin or US') four llmlud nuuibirolma t mllta wel of dtanlord, directly on the Knob Uck plkt, and will, on accuol of the deprelon otrr tvrrytntne. permMed t arre mare at the extremity low .rlve ol Due ubn serf Ire are r " $17) the Season or $20 to Insnrp. dered, fiilo to luture a mar In fial. due whn the fact la ltcertatnrd.or tha toll la fl'J.I (iriM fumlthat f : p r manlh Due care taken oilM, DabYHU Wllkai I a dua whan uahoginy-bay.ttandlbtautlful accldenti or eoapr, but will not bt to IV, b.udi high. of gratt trolltngac any occur. tlanand haa mlla In V; rjuirl' in Decrlptlon and IVIIgrr- - -- Nobby I a Jet blatk S7 with little trottr.1 hi at 4 yean,iand ha already handllni itarfn forehead and twuwblte feel, IS hand high, ulilltigulahedblmielfaia breeder Ha II a rt band 1 Inch high, fin man and tail, kooJ, bony of Alcyone, but a larger horv In ery reWe. beautllul head and neck, eiretlent (boulder, aped and hie gait and blood Mure alw ilmlUr and back and loin Iu lact, faultlen Iu aymiuatry, and I tbe m re.iioT from tbe great ()o. Wllk wlltruirantee there doeon't live a italllan o HI flrtt and only that rbllThnmptoi I qualttle ftsatdofatMttcr dltpodtlon, and tbeae "Nobby old that bean bandied li tiallh, Vagen, lj tn honor ba ooeofth filreit and brlghleit named helnTarlably Impart lo hi )rony of the lira ot of Nobby, Jr , refold J'tt). and aold ol Indlina, and la a worthy banuiak at Jewel royal for 15.000, when handled very little One of hi Uco.1, a aba ba howrl agalt to 2 49, being coltt trotted lait teaaon, wllh little training, In bandied by a colored boy Like eloa tire, iha ha a ber 31, In U aud 2S. anotbtr Ill 2sockllnt; one In 2tha and wa aold Ural heed and a good gait. ties at the wore fortt.lOO. Danrllle Wilkes I by Lyla'a flea. Wllke. Jr; Huatoatlllaand DinTillaFalrioTer rlngo(twen dam el Danrllle Wllkea by Hkedaddlo) Hkedaddle ty and twsntyfonr colts. Nobby waiilnrl by Gar- brOllrer HI dm of hkedaddle by Medoc, 3d dam rard Chief, tha lira of (bull Dike, 3V)ii Trumpeter; 3d Imp. flpraad 3J4, Hed Crook, 233!,, bill arp. Juule; Sib dam dam Aratut; 4th dam Wild Heir, lh heHpee.aiMl can 2 SI; OarrarlChlfl br Msmtrlnn Cblel. aire of till trace bim further Into tha thoroughbred famLady Tborn, 21S.1,: wood foul Mambilno, 2 2lJi, ily If neceaarv K.ora, tha dam n' Danrllle n.t nthmin thai M Hit. l'lrt dam br Frank; ', IlkH.flntiiam Meadleyby Waxr,2ddam 2d dam bv Aratui; 3d dam by Ilyvlrk'a Ilambla-Ioniaold Telegraph. 3d dam Frank. Waxy, tha tth dam br Dloued. Nobby' dam a aire of Medley by Harthuma, lit dam by Mlooy thorousbbred mare, aald o be hr Iran. Tranby iVtrel,2ddJi.i Tom Ilal. i'riin wlih nine aliall forfeit the Insurance Uraaa furnlihivl at 12 per month Da care In all caMi and a Ilea retlne--l on all colt until taken to prereotaceldenta, but win nbl berrrpon- lertlce charge la pal i. Kor further Inlormallon, ui inouin anr xnir II', C. callenoraddree 110 It A. T. XUSSEl,l,EV, ritanford. Or W. M. McAraafJ Ky. Manfar-IMarch. IM. air: ,i.. aj..u.... jK n-- tolmrt-tallrlugc- pirnt eoun-tirpa- Hhel-ton- n: , . STALLI0NSP0R 1886. Vermont HamUetonian. Ccmblnad The Bullion Foiled Mar 6, 1533. la a dark brown with imall liar; 18 hand high; ettra heary mane and tall, rmmclrical to form, with auperlor titjrln, both In barnrai anil under dd In Ha wi ured by tba $15 to Insure a Marc noble ftOruyli-- r Derm uV. he by noddard'a In loal. be by Uali.it A Cromwell' Danwark, ba by the tbe rare burn Denmark, he br black, foaled In llndgnfotd. lit dam by Mlller'a Den 18S2.llltrn hand high, by William Welch, br mirk, he br the rare bora Denmark, bla dam by Florliel, 2d dam by Montgomery' (Hirer, 3d dam Kylyker'a Hambletonlan; lal dam aTate by dill' v.rmnni! 2.1 dim Rlaek dwan br Hlm'a York by old Dreunen, Ilreedeia will tike tiotlca that shire, by Imp. Yorkthlre; 3d dam Little Eintly br rrincs poaaeuea more uenmark blood thin any Wagner, ny imp. vagnerg iu nam r.iuui ceau otlitr lUMon now In tba atud, which all firt-cla- u by Imp. Leriatban; Sibdau by 1'ackolet, Cthdam horemen will acknolrledg ha produced br tliandilrer. 7lb dim br JlarrUud Phu'olx: mors Hut claa uJdl and combined atock than Hannlhal- Vth dam by 811 It r. br fnw-e- l. any other known In Kentucky. Hi prutcn htm-te- l' 8th dam hr an excellent bretJer, (See Kmllr hpeitl in hrur' Htud book, Vol. I The ladlls atalllon, l,pgo t'Jl Vermont Hambletonlan god a rery action fine atr' aud bon , with aired William Welch, with prlrate mount ol 29. Vermont being a grand son of Kyidyka'i Hambletonlan. tba grander! (Ire llrlpg, and UUI'a Ver. Foal! May 1. IS79. Is a rich mahogony bay, 1JJ moot combined, bickl by thorough bleed, ought band high, heary aana and tall. I itrlctly fine to make a fine atock hor, and fa1 tjrJbqh.S natural and pleaaaol aaJdlar, I wlllalaoitand at tbe aatne placa a fine Jack, breed lancy, and a mora unllorm breeder of sadImp. Vlctaw. dler can not bj found ba norer produced aalng-I- f lW-t- l TiTOV. ItOUMSSOS. lt but wbat ha shown saddle action natural-I- f. glrlng tba blus-tl- a colt arery year la the sad dla ring from tha oldeit to tba youngest of hU olfrprlng. lie I high-ta- ll atyla on both aides to tha third generation, I backed up by thorough-brrdao- n both lde, making him rrrr artlraaod rprlgbtly In gait, In form and Aniab a perfect mod-e- l. Waa aired by Hum pur Denmark, tba aire of Prince Uenmark, (aa gflrelT abore). lit dam by Hlr Wallaw, ha by TodhuoUr'sSIr Wallior, he. by Hlr Albert (thoroughbred).. 2d dam by Virglnlus .HaHilalBBBssssssssssssssssssafe by Tranbr, thoroughbred) ha (daraofVlrgmlu bf the celebrated Maaou'a wnlpj ad dam a whip tnare. Thi abore hoiaoa will make tba aeaion of 1656 at BsrTminfiHMWIsssMSsssssssssssM my larm,3, mile from Uuitonnlla, near Carpsn-ler-'a itatlon, aud will b permitted to lerro marea atHOthoeeanonor (t SO to loure a llrloc colt Marecomiiditea.io my care and breeding wtjlrecelre my perwnal aiteutlon., Uraaa atratKinahiantHi, t ba paid for berate Hie renu' al ot marra. .No raPonlbilltV lo ucU ileuU or eHae. Parting with mare lorflta tba , Iniuranee. Den-mar- k, This fine stallion will make the aeaaon ol U!d at my p'aee, tbramlletrom Dunfurd on tbe eSUnlord A Danrllle pike, at a I&fr -- Prince Denmark ! WHY WILL VOUcoujh when Sbllob'a Cure will glre Immediate ralUr Pries lCc,:0e sndli' For la'e by M. U Bourne. HHILOH'S Purifier of the day." C. E. Upton, Xavhua, X. II., writes: "For a number of years I was troubled with a humor in my and unable to obtain relief until I commenced ulng Ayer's Sarsuparilla. Ihiive token several bottles, am greatly benefited, and believe it to bo tlio bcit of blood purifiers." It. Harris, Creel City, Ramsey Co., Dakota, writer; "I havo been un Intense sufferer, with Dyspepsia, for the past threl years. Sl.v months ngd I begau to use It.)., szSSf Im-ort- CATAItHn JL. IlEUEDV- -a eurefor''ata'rrb, Dlihtlurii For salo at M, Bourne'. poltlTS and Canker Mouth ey, HLEEPLES3 NIUHT8, niado mUerable by that terrible cough. Sbllob'a Curs I the remedy (or you. For isle at Jf. L. Bourne's, bold-gnt- imdifo make woman coanu, oplnlouaMd, I no vor yet mi a' womafe I thought could bo benoOWd by undertaking the performance of any public dsxy. Uut I think there am n&ny public taUfjtbatlraignt be performed' by,womeo Oo the pnullo advafltagA' Wary Clemmer. The rerformuuee of riiblle Duty I nevor favored anything that would m vb GrowtH(of t!rt ilk Manufacttifd. CATARBH , CUBED, health and sweet breath Attbdejofeebf 18TJ there were ojuy 1M secured bv elhllob's Catarrh Itemedy. Price 50c. Arms engaged In tho silk manufacture, in all its branches, in tha country, of which Naial Injoctor free. For lale by M. L. Bourne. thirty wore in New Jersey, sixty-onin New York, twenty-liv- e in Pennsylvania, o twejp In ), Connecticut, .and, the others sc&teH&g Tht total capital iiiteWl in tamp u. me industry was only M,uc,Ui7; U total products were valued at ilO,H'M,H"4, and ths tail flltod dJVoct by t operatives numbered only 10,031. By I(i7?) Tite v si the' figures, given fpr tha .whole, country six VTItbout Lift- years before little more than covered the silk iutarosU of PaUrson alone, which, than lot the Can, had 103 flrirui and corporations oUgSgKT la the Oiling tuba it, employing 12,590 hands, with tiijti',000 sisssssssssKPwRIkbIbbbbbsH' adjusting to invested, and produced tlV,172,Wl worth of suit hot eh til goods tha'tryeor. Chicago Herald. or any Lamp. An Ocean OU Vfctl Dltcovared. This Is th Capt Eden of the British schooner Storm most practical King, bound from Utilla to New Orleans, reports passing-ove- r a submarine mineral FAMILY CAN oil spring, bubbling and rippling all asound ever offered to tha vessel, and extending out ovtr 160 to the public. 200 yards. This was in latitude 2.) degrees H minutes north, longitude b6 degrees 'JO minutes west, ebotit 230 raljes abothaast of tha passes. At 1J a n the'v were over the spring proper;' J3 a JliA) ai m. outside EVERf FAMILY SHOULD HAVE OHE, the circumference of tha oil ciscla. Itb MANU'AOTUSIO supposed that this spring is tha oil cargo of ft a foundered vessel, which, breaking througr. the casks, caused this peculiar marini "VrJjK3itXXTA Q3CZO. a" natural phenomfreak, or that VarVr6ptTtixOll on Uj'eFUpror Table; No enon. Scientific American, Faucet to Leakror get krnotked open to waste ContenUorcuuso ..Explosions., No Corks to The Yale" alumni now have twanty-os- i Lose, Closes Perfectly Air TI71C No Leak-- o NoEvaroratloir-Aolately8ofe- . associations in as many American cities. . e WALteACE DENMARK. itofe gVo iA WJfc: m r r SariSitptflla It has effected an entire cure, and now as well as ever." T Afisfi'S ' CHAHIPO I am GOODlB Sold by ail Dnfgglsts. I'rk-- $1 ; Six bottles, $0. Trepared by D5. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass., U. S. A. fS3Ey fut-nlib- ssssssVfsH' jaKirtalMijar t.W nt.iiiiltcnthla4Hi shat U(ull of ftil tlM hit gnm Inij,! ual,tul tautte tlua, th public and n mmij-tf- i llS-J- J. STEELE CARPESTEtt. FAMILY Oil CAN. H wrd ' ir 1.71a. - MUp.riirtiRosM , ' ftrtf, Tt QfcawM Uit Uto, M ClcqlnpaUjBlHi Zriu CUBialCa.- - Ohlo.J U.cilli JUWm, A. U SMlTft. Urling ruifct MM1 Tbe Ana Imported Normah atalllon, will tasks tha MfOofl88flat tba liable of J, M. Wray, at Pink Cottage," Y, mlleafrim Htsuford' at itktei.. "CHrpHESTER'S P,C4'GLJSH,," Tlio 6rltlnlil anil Onl (Jirmlnr. ,rtkf; tmlm)U;i rtVuHlfujv'K-jlli,'!.p-uM- jrftbar at il '('- - tmrnmms "fliliSo)fri Ern.a tcr', 'i to OtMHS toIutureaColL Cbimpoliadarkgrar, alx 17J band high, weigh 1,110 pound and years old tba 23th ot May next. He of Ana atyla and action, uood In the lolna. wrll ribbed and large bodr, wllh wall iaapl abouldira; head an neck wall aat on. Ha m Imporunl by 0. W. Stub, bl.fleld A Co., ol Hloomingtr.n. lII..eot 14. 1882 1 1 Fiiieeu iKfllatN liio Sctiaou, i Aft Sorts of harts anil rnariy sorts of alls of man arid beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. 113-- tf lrilJtr WAKEFMLD. LADIC8, l tju-.,- rf Tbo Bible is to bo' printed uffid Su ' " . ' ' iltuttrated. la shorthand M'l'l (' O I JtVii lilirl ',a'll .! uiAk )ur D.ajrd-- t o.iochfr,r Ihi 1, For ule In Stanford, Ey., ::- - uianauy thing. " ly UETCALFiS: FOSTER. rrrry whewN ik!.! fcy llruTar'-- t' UmfliJ-- " k'cMDjrorul I'ilU. ItlllNSIiuiU innsl'tiu,,l,4 r ('liMn-i.'ti; .... . Of all kloda for rale aa cbaan a rha reyr,nhiaieat. Pleawglra ma a call b.foreburlngelewiern, 1JI-- HAUtHtft.i UiVE.ii.