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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1886 sem1886060801 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. rii Semi VOL. XIV. & III Owing tfUtf Imtfn lit NO. 131. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1886. CASH to the depression in trade and our heavy buying, v 1 WE HAVE TOO MANY GOODS ON HA iD For this season of the year, so for We offer our entire stock, consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Carpets, Wall Paper, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Clothing at PRIME COST for the CASH only. Please remember that when we say Cost we do not simply mean a reduction in prices, but what the goods actually cost us in the markets. Respectfully, Now is yo.ur chance to buy. WMWW & ti&M. shllliogs an hour we thought not exorbit- craglng 1 J pound, for 3 1 (C;) Tne white i will not want for drerl. Toin coat of II. K. TAYX.OK, ! ant, with ad libitum perniiion to drive grape they call the "sweet water" here, j ing was a great nrprie to ua We had Of LOGAN COUNIT. Is a Candfdstofor the office. whererer we wished. Our drirer did his Themanonth huoch Tarlety (black and thought it would bo much dearer than we to announce to bis ofSuperlniendent of Public Instruction, sublet The editor la Praiici tha Lord. God is Love and Noth beet to make our tlolt agreeable and in red) are called Black Prince and Iltd found It Excellent board and lodging may readera that Horn D. Plume, wno wrote Dr. mi iuo xseraucrauc oibio iOUTeuuon. ikmrne'f lunny advertisements, Is dead. Tbo trucllTo and hi strong Australian grata Prince r.ctiTelT. You will not, per . be obl.Vned for 1 per week, (5), though Urge monlo paid him (or writing thla colnmn ing Hie." brought on aollenlngol the lirala and he died of were willing and (Wet. We cam an near napt, n wiuin 10 creait it impuciuy j of course the crack hotel are not doing too much auartneas. Or. Iieurna la determined, bowerer, to glre his driving ever where aa we could in three wnen l leu you mat in vtcstcrn Australia business at any such figure I A 0. 8 8. "StrrLrj," MT. VEENON, KY. customers tha benefit or thla Urge salary in prices. tha latter varieties nttain to 7 and 8 poundi hour. Tbe market are euperexrelleat. The Bealdca selling On'C.e Howe, April 1, 1SS0 n Thla old and Hotel Is still A wonderful city, malting all Allowance' and a prize bunch reached 11 pounds 2 oz house on a magnificent Dear Interior. The l!7lh of March was and anything iltdieina. Fancy Article, Toilet Goods, Mt' Its fine reputation Charges reasonable. of E'chol. you can find in London, some vegetables day of enchantment to (he happy troupe. lor ttie exaggerated riot engendered by a Here ara the veritable grape tie Merchandise, Spectacles, Instruments, Special attention to the traveling public. Jcvxlry, Dolls, Lamps, Fitting ladle. HaFindlni; that the agent, though willing to lotii; aea Yoyaiff, when anything on terra When Joihua and Caleb (the two bearing excepted, you Cud there, generally cheaper .7. P. XEWCOStn, l'ro'r, san, Sponges, Khircs, Paper, Jllank Books, ML Vernon, Ky. give u a atop cfl at Adelaide, could not firma Income n joy. Yw, I can pronounce a cluster on a itafT between them, as I be- and many thing better. We were astound-eSlates, Ammunition, Dye Stuffs, Glass, Mil guarantee a parage) b llit) fallowing .learn- it "wonderful" in aobsr earnest. For thin lieve), found grapea like theae, they were at every turn. cd Paints, Brushes, Varnishes er In tho iroenl congeatrd condition of place of auperb public and private build obliged to awing the specimen clutter, aa Cb, trains and oninlbnes abound. The KTerjthlng kept In a s Drug Store, all of PIANOS AND ORGANS. ed which Is sew, fresh and superior, be has on travel to and fro, and seeing the high prob- lugs, of broad, atreei, of 80,000 the bible describe it. No one man could Melbjurne hansomcab is the moat luxurious Messrs. 8. It. A L.J. Cook are AgonU for the hand a dozen Jlachclorn, and will furnish ability of Inihfinlte detention before n par- enterprising inhabitant, la Iks than CO carry without cxhauition one or these hug 0nt, timl. jfj ,uch jn London nor in any good looking lady who deala with him with John Church A Co. Pianos nn I Organs, which emchoice of tho lot. Watch this column for list of brace the following most exccll' ut Instruments.- for a dsj ty of all could be again accommodated on yrara old and lie not m Chicago did, with Australian "prize" bunches, P.ri. did I nee. Fare reasonable and Knabc A Co., Ilaxelton Bros., Dicker A tioa and names, or call at Everett PUno. Also, Clougn A Warren and tho How skepticism has laughed to min AfCfoAr n . .nn,r;, . n P. A O. steamer, at that .lage of its out- - In eaay reach of eyerything and everybody, ,:- These Instrument Bourne's New Druir and Book Store. John Church A Co. Orgaua. great durability and. ith thouaanda of scern theo "apochryhal" grapea of Echol brethren in tbe West journey, we concluded to go on but at tho antipodes, are most excellent in tone, of we defy competition. All of then, are warranted, to 8vi'ner and begin work there. The dear mileaof ocean between civilization nnd its Ilut our Ood will ever be found true, the I have not seen equalor in either Ade-ltl- de for five years, inferences' -- A NEW- A. K. Penny, Mrs. E. M. Carbenter, J. M. Philips, J, M. Moore and LOKD made It very plain what wo ought lunelinees. Tbe very colony of which it is more we know, thoutrh "every man a liar," or Melbourne. Doubtles it exists, Jaruea Btazley, Stun op'; Mrs. Magjlo Uolmee, to do and we have been laaped by no the capital will not be CO years old until should be the outcome on the other side. but it does not elbow you on the public Buggy & Implement House. Crab Orchard; Oeo. W. J. Landram. and Mlta Lizzie Huffman, Lancaster, Ky, A delightful ride of 3S hour, ovw a thoroughfares m with double alnce aa to the right or wrong of the the 23d of December, thia year. Oae muat Misses lime Richards and E1U Ramsey, assisub, nor ara you relen heavenly fky, minded, aa tant agents. faultier aea and under decision we made. He knows perfectly remember this to get the benefit of the at home, at every turn, "th. I will in a lew days orn a well that we have no other wiab than to do gitimate surprise that ia due these young brooght ua to Melbourne, tbe capital of poor ye have always with you." Tnere is gianta of the Orient. Of couree there is an- Victoria. If you will take a look at tbe an unmistakably Full Lino of Agricultural Implo-mont- s, Hi adorable will, juat aa far aa we can well-fe- d the look about at Ade- other side of the qieation, in making com- map you will see a deep indentation in It. Bo we all went nearly everybody. This is a laide, with unencumtmed consciences, and parisons, where tho advantage was all ou southern coaat railed Port Philip Bay, with sutface Ieaon, that he "who runs may With the reliable Walter A. Wood Harvesting Machines at the head. Also a enjoyed the day moat rarely, Aa we drop the aide of the colouial cities. They could a very contracted entrance, but immediateread." It strikes a stranger, coming from led anchor in the pretty roadstead, the plan and lay out before building aa London, ly expanding into a gulf of considerable the poverty-strickemae at hoooe, at fall Line ot Buggies and Wagons teainor Home, one ol the stateliest boata o' Pari and New York could not do. And slzi. In fact it is GO miles from the Head, once. Alwaya on hard. In connection with my Im- thla grand line, wm getting up steam for theae men of "great expectations" did plan a they are called, to Melbourne. Thla ArRiL2J. We steamed out from our piement nuaineos, i win aiso carry a We had on a magnificent scale, and projected cities entrance looks quite like the Narrows at Melbourne pier at 12, her homeward bound journey. noon, Wednesdav. Complete Stock of Lumber, time to get our lettera on board before be such as they hoped their own would grow New Yoik, and of courw Is defended by This it Friday noon and we are nearly op Doth rough and drew J. Prices on everything aa to be. Some have filled the bill. Others batteries of heavy gun. It ia lets than two poaite Sydney, atarted, to our great delight. New South Wales, and the Adelaide li seven milei btck from Gulf remain in a mottled condition of incom- milcni between thcee gate posts that guard terminus of our long, but very delightLow us any one. 8t. Vincent, which la the name of one of the pleteness, that testifies to the grand concep- tbe front lawn of the most wonderful city in ful journey, Wednesday eight we came I solicit a share of your patronage. Respectfully, indentations of thla southern coait. Its tions of their founders, rather than their the world. For such Is Melbourne. Chlca through Bias Strait, Victoria and UMrr I. Jf. IUICCE. go onoe occupied that potlllon, but Melport and bathing reort ia the handsome realizations. Tasmania, nnd were Into a new ocean the Adelaide ha not yet finite grown up to bourne beats even her, all things consider Pacific -f- or of Olenelir, that prettily lioci the town the firat time. Praise the dear coaat, eff which ehlpa the lofty ideal of lt projector; it muat bo a ed. Hor population numbers 315,000 by LORD! All well and very happy. Erer crecnt-ahap- d BY "hniinil for Adelaide" caat anchor. The little nearer London dimensions far thai, ihe laat ceniua and she is fairly tearing in Jesus, Geo O. Birxks. of thla little ISrighton of a place but it has made such "seven league" strides ahead, with a prospect of filling up the limelegance The object of thoae who provide doves Kentucky's Route Eaat prepared ua somewhat for the grandeur of towards It aa to fill one with a hopeful wish its of even the imperial plan, that mutt Foa be won in due time. Aa have aiemed the madneaa of sanguine and for shooting matches is to produce birds the capital. Two ma.alve towers at ihe that the goal may atreet crown it la, when the etranger drlvea up her cen- unreasonable expectation, when firat pro- which will rise rapidly frVim the trap, fly Washington, Philadelphia and head of the principal, central Now York. erratictlly and make a struggle to get out a pair of Goe stone structures and stand tral street, 130 feet wide, between rowa of mulgated by her founders. We remained The only line running -. B of the bound', eveu if hit. In England the Wedbrown stone that Parte or Vienna would be at Melbourne from Monday noon till like aentinels guarding the entrance '.CARS Aualralia. Right and left these are flank- proud of, and London knows not, in any nesday ditto. The P. A O. pier is 0 miles plan ued to be to pull a few feathers out of PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING AMD buildings that make an continuous stretch, save perhaps on Qucn frou tho city. A cheap and excell.nt rai- the bird's tail and apply tar to the spot or ed by handsome to run n pin in the flesh. These practices trailing ofl in the sub Victoria atreet; as you go up one atreet and lwaycars again, tbe home pattern SOLID nt Imposing rOM half were stopped by the authorities and now a gives transfer to and fro every urbaand beyond Into detached villas, where down another in almoat endless succession, Louisville, Cincinnati & Lexington, Ky. Adelalde&ns come during the the narroweat of which would be an avenue hour, for 6 pence each way, or 9 pence 'ret- new method is in use. The only water the wealthy to Washington City, . given to the bird for twelve to twenty-fou- r at home, aa youatroll overoneof theloveli-ee- t urn." That is cheap enough for the summer heatj to enjoy bathing and; bre.z-sConnecting In the same depot with best-keLours before the tournament is salt water. of botanical garden, and and While we were roaming about, I The railway to Adelaide runs right down FaBt Traina for Now York. The Bucket Pumfi & The Direct Route to to the jelty, and tracks are laid upon it to in tt"other quarter a very complete zoolog- slumbled across a dear friend from East Th's almost maddens them and when they Norfolk and all Jetty stretch-e- i ical collection; as you drive through an London, who was a bleued helper at the rite from the trap they fulfill all require- Lynchburg, DaavllU, Carolina Points, Virginia la an improvement Purifier or Elevator yet the very end. This well-bui- lt on any Pump ,and North d ments park; then cross and ro crow the Merely Hall meetings and who had The cups lull ufatrand Into the water for about 200 yards out For tickets and further Information, apply to Invented.full of water,dtwondlng the air Irom botcirculaiea your ticket seon after we were fliere. "Cousin in Its ca roe, nearest Agent, office or address W. W. Mon- tom to top of cistern or well, removing wiggles, The Baltimore American h and Is the favorite etroll of tho people ol river Torrcna, meandering through the Lexington, Ky. General water bugs, and rendering the wa r pure removGlenelg A charming spot it 1. I never hoart of the city; by the time you have Judle" also stumbled across n nephew from reer of 113 years been defendant in fifty- - W.C.WIOKIIAM. II. W. FUIXKB, ing all color, bad taste or smell hl Pump has Qan'l Fasa'x Aft. td Vice President, Kraland. These episodes in our Mel- five libel suits, and in only one has it ever N an Improved chain; no links to get twlttfd: each crystal clear, nor a beach so done three hours of this, as wo did, you eaw water so Richmond. Virginia. cup Is aoldored permanently, and Ins pad ol a link, are ready for lunch and prepared to en- bourne experience were very delightful. suffered the verdict for damage), and in dazxlingly white and clean aa that off O. Iron la ted. Do not a list piece A galvanised purchase a pump until you see this The city reminded me of Cbicago at that one case tbe damages were trifling. For 100 yards the gradually deepening wa- joy it all the more, that every nook and Very respecltuily, W. II. IIKJGINN. ter softly ripples (or did when I saw cranny of your system ia lied with admira- every step. The public buliutngs are au it. I dare say It can lash and roar when tion, except that department presided over perb and numerous. Eipecially Banks, (OU CUu'-'-,j je U8 iiu !b lodganaered), over the spotleea sand undefined by gaatrio energy. This void, a good and which fairly swarm; and every one OHIO & MISSISSIPPI A. W be a profita with even a sprig o( sea weed. Then for very cheap dinner, three couraea for a ed in a palace. Banking muat We visited the of the bottom U shilling, (America can't beat that) quite bie bfliinsM in Australia. anolhet 100 the white The direct through line and old established route laws for the from splotched with great beds of It, the two fills, in turn, and then there is nothing left elegant apartments where ef- - to do but go back to the ship. Colony are made. They are very Which we Victoria Louisville & Cincinnati to St. Louii contending for the mastery, wlile the IS WARRANTED to euro Fever and jCH.'&Xi "?KE3Laax NVx did, after one of the moat dellcloualy enjoy handsome rooms, but only temporary. The Ague, Intermittent or Chill fever. Bo and all point in the West. fecui of light and shade through tue trna mlttent Fovcr, Dumb Ague, Bilious raver, to 8t. Louts. is something wonderully able days we ever spent. The new of Aua model of the new Parliament House stands parent element Dengue (or "Break-bone- " Fever), Liver Two (2) Dally Traina from Leulevllte Three (3) Dally Traina from Cincinnati i... tWnl to the beholder. After that tbe tralia was not at all worn off. Now we are in the vestibule, and if they carry it out in Complaint, and all dltcaios arising from to St. Louis. MaUriil poisons. beginning to Teal very much aa II we had the real building it will be a rival la our Only 10 hours from Louisville and Cincinnati eet weed conquers and only here and thsre to St, Louis. Washington. They are at "Harpers, S. C, July 9, 1884, the snowy sand asserts Itself in bright rpoU been born and reared at the antipoder; but crand capitol at Only Lino by whioh you resplendent 30 feet below the when at Adelaide) all was fresh and novel. mrtr nn it. but the plan sterna to be too "For eighteen montju suf-ere- d Thogot a Through stooping car can that gleam the colosal expectancy ivith Chills and Fever, surface. Our ship draws 21 feet and we What an added charm that gives to every magnificent for even From Clnclnatl to8t. LouVs. thing! I will ask you to remember what I of Melbourne, and I heard on every band won-de- r leaving Chills every otiier day. saw theaa whito apota under us with were eo aeon as wo OMt myself as constantly forgetting that we forebodings that It was too costly a job to trying various remedies JL 116 C Xr IVT U tbe only line running After as to what they OG ML. through from Louisville are just entering the Australian nutumn. finish. But when the preaent temporary recommended to cure, used a and Cincinnati to St. Louis, all other routes belag anchor. is past and trade rebottle ofAycr's Ague Cure, and made up of a combination of small roada. Tbe familiar American railway carmge, Midsummer here is midwinter with you depression in business Tha Ohio A Mississippi Bailway runa PalalU) eeaU holding two, Ootober there is about April here. Conse vives, they will be sure to carry it through have never since had a chill. with centre alale and Bleeplnc Cars on night trains; Luxuriant ParEDWIJf XARPSB." at home. For eix pence queatly the apple crop is now ripening. and langh at the cost. lor Cars on day trains; Elegsnt Day Coachmade ue feel quite es on all traina. a gem of a place MIEPARED BY Melbourne Is not such rldo up to Adelaide, 2dclaM. That The grapes and ptsohei are just going out, one oan and close connections ara made in UNIOB think tke dear though still plentiful. Plums, pears nnd as Adelaide, but for business I It bests Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mam Direct DHPOTd with diverging lines by the O. AM. is the media tuiiuima ibis we Hallway, thus avoiding troblesome transfig's are also in. Astounding regions for them all. Everybody talks politics freely. Sold by all Druggists. LORD would have us walk In; litclasi ii fers by other routes. dn. a. (Mtoml rr.m tre f 11. tin. "protectloniu" believe tha fruit are thee Australian Statei. The pro Oar cabman was a great lk. .itll ilnul U tk. ft.ulh.ra attMat Ul Tfce Ohio A Mississippi Bailway la the only Una c too high; 31 claw too low. I n unuWUM it0rQt prUalpl. ibl lo . between Louisville, Cincinnati and Bt. LouU th. ttrtxmfoloseeutbj& sUo it iw -and lei ua into a lot of political secrets that . Maater want us to be neither prelei-,tnn- faiion and variety increases as you go fl lb. SkIm one management, running ail tu dear under larpua it . i'ltV vni trfli: m.mrirui. k.kllas a rlU U e juai Tasmania and New Zjaland. The I am afraid to write about till I know traina through solid and In consequence nor nenurious. And I I h. mll?lll rUnl.fU. oil 8tlU,fr i'l I. beFirst-ClaIlonU Is recognised I of MelHixibr or Swim Ovm us k Wo are pice ef grapea is going up now, but we got noM. 1 think the beef and mutton - Hiiim tween those Cities. , Ona i .,.,. .v fur C eaeeU our unpretendlng;mlnlatry. will deliver Ice to regular customers In Stanford - kntta C itN' Apply to ticket Agent of connecting Una for i "oimrUt tal ptUttoU. kaj acvery delicious ones, very like the "Mar. bourne will quite iqual Liadou'a very beet I and vicinity every merning at with the comfort of Ak v.trSri.tLi for It. rrloa. Urns, maps, circulars impreeeed ,ii,l,.'Mti.nt.,i A. TAYL0E.AtUnU.Osv lull partltulara aa to rates, t n'tl WALTER thai" I used to raise at tho Fiuk Cottage WiL and the price is half. One shilling or any desired information, or write to Cine Cent commodations In Australia already. Pound. t ROBT. n. FOUSIAN, '.lh Ii.uairrj tii'lHIvaHUKKUY CORDI1I. M t'.a CbUkoa TulM. r.rMtelt .'Hi ,. conatrucllon, like a for 2d a pound (4c) 'and choice pinkish will get you a generous platefull of either, Ag'tO. A U. U'y.BOaiaraat. Ky. Trav. Pass. Accounladus at the clowcf laoh month, or A "trap" of peculiar W.B.SHATTUC. aa wbaaeuatemirqulU. ' W.M.PEABODY. the ones, about the color, of Catawbas, and with bread, butter and delicious cotiee, Uan. I'aes. Ag't, razeed bni, holding four in and two on Pres. and Oen'l Mn'gr, Both far sals by Dr. M.L. BOUBHB, Bta n.E.nA.nnow. Cincinnati, O. svrest, in magnificent bunches nv- - libiten, which when you have finished, you eeat, juat fitted our eix. Four driver's I THE HTJEJSn? TZEaHiRXTZ" ID.A.YS m. GEO. O. BARNES. '. BOUENE heart-brok- NEWCOMB HOTEL main-Ulnl- tca ng ui d first-clas- well-pav- 1 ... cab-marc- h. ward-boun- d dia-cov- well-dreese- n btwn sea-fro- A TRAIN die-tanc- t. Water emi-trato- 1 O. & M. Ague Cure I AYER'S oko fi !&et Vt7f9 I J. ao At 2d-cla- ICE! ICE! ICE! Per mN-Ipi ti.i-- i sa ii- - i. n- f V f Mr. 7, T Caraon, of Louisville, tptnt a few days with relatives and friends here. Mr.E. W. Baker and wife and Mr. J. A. Baker, of Garrard, hnve been visiting friends here. Miss Lsna Carter, of Row. June Stanford, Ky land, is gladdening friends In this yiclnltr with a visit among them. James U. Stevens writes from Greens W. P. WALTON. burg, Kansas, to your correspondent In market, stringency of the fine celebrated by the cltlz:is of quiring after old friends and giving, a to their demands. The" fulmina- - birthday was description of his present locality, but eaye again" stylo riuay. wi nn Gov. Knott has "cut and come lions of the recent assembly of the Knights Taylorsville in grand ages just now they are suffering from drouth letter to "Mr added to 9 children, 7 were present, ranging in and a tecond orn of Labor at Cleveland have not and oats will be a falluro. All success to 31 living to has Judge" Is tho resnlt. It Is more devoted Trim mod and Itciuly for KJsc, at the popular sympathy for the body, and the from 59 to 77. 8he 15 you Jim; write again, old friend. and adminis55 acts and figure showing that his fact that their most able and conservative BRODHEAD, ROCKCASTE COUNTY, tration i not re'psnatbto for tho "miserable leader, Powderly, has been practically rulAfter aimlessly wandering around in thing has been running in for ed out and a lot of s elevated to rut that the Born On the 2nd int , to J. L. Jar- 20 vears. with a feel- years," but on the contrary atMrs of Slate executive positions, will detract from its th w..i or th last rett and wife, a daughter. exbibl- Inc. that hn was beinc constantly pursued, have greitly improved, than to an nower and influence. Mr. Powderly want Died On the 3rd Inst., Mrs. Nancy untice ana Damme nuic- - ed to permit the order to grow up with the Sam Arnett has returned to urani coun l7i lioa of his ciustio Cummins, wife of Steven Cummins . ikru - wpannns - pretty country; inose rhnffen to overrule him this State, and confessed to the murder ... r- uc uiefiuouBul l given by the The ,. . ag ., M the historical bull, that made him a relugee. He is now in Brodhead strawberry O supper was a success effectually in tho closing pwsgraphs of tho Lodge I. G. T., , I . . i r iuo uituge. epistle, tt. claim thai during me year WOO irieu. .lO OUll lUO cugtua uu iL. k...lna jail and will be tried at ence. in every respect. Galveston Is threatened with a water ififist, remitted but a little over $10,000 The Hamlltonlan 8oclety will give an A test question is to be made as to the famine unleao rain shall soon fall. Fresh do with any in fine-- ; that he had nothing to entertainment at the Baptist church on to send her convicts to la- State 50a per barrel .n..,t (rami in hia nomination: tnat sucn richt of the mines and other places outside water sells on tho streets at scarcely be ob- next Friday evening. The programme will thousands of bor In coal and tendaya from now will . of the walls of ft,, nflntlrntiftrT.i nn ft tainable at double that price. The last consist of reclUtion, ong, muMo snd the democrats in the State, who repelled writ of habeas corpus sued out br two con rain fell April 21, prior to which time there following plays: "Don't marry a drunkratifring it with tk. hum Indinn&tion br ard to reform him," "Never say die," victs from Louisville. It will be tried be- had been no rain for two months. majority of over 45,000. He compares the and fore Judge Jackson, a very Indemnity bill passed the 'Thirty minutes' for refreshments," --The Chinese character of Hon. Iiaac Caldwell, who "The widows mistake." and competent jurist. Good lawyers' tell Senate by a voto of 30 to 10. Tho bill presided in thai contention, with his Miss Mam( Martin, who haa spent the undoubtedly the right tho President to ascertain the actu pity on a man who us that the Stale has and calls God's to so diipoao of hr convicts it she sees al lnA imatiined bv the Cainamen by tne winter with relatives in Virginia, returned by inuendo would revive au unwarranted home last Saturday morning. Miss Alice n proper. riot at Rock Springs, Wyoming, in Septem-Kimputation against his fair name. He takes past few iRjtf and to nav such losses. The Dinson, of Bee Lick, has for the The democrats of this Superior Court another laugh at the Judge's style of compurpose It daya been visiting friendt in this vicinity. position and says it plainly shows that it district are earnestly r quested to meet at amount appropriated for that Misa Wilson, of Mlddleburg, is this week e next Satur $150,000. was not stolen from anybody, nor does it their resnectiva the guest of Mrs. J. H. Albright. Messrs. The, Court of Appeals decides that stand the least chance of being plagariied day to appoint delegates to Lebanon and Abe Chestnut and Bird Weit, of Mstlisoo Inntrnct them for Banflsv. Besure also to where the finder of lost goods knows, or by any human being. Closing hesaysf knowing, who county, were in our midst on Sunday last. enioyed your letter extremely, and have the proceedings of your meeting sign has the immediate means of have secretary so that is the owner, and, instead of returning the Elder Liringtton'a Great Work at London. take my leave of you with the same kindly ed br both chairman and . nonvArtu them to his own use, such "Dear Interioii." Elder Llvlngtton bosom of Un- there can be no trouble with the commit feelings which animated the blue-bottl- e closed last night a week's meeting here tee on credentials. The hour of meeting conversions will constitute larceny, and cle Toby, when he said to the winttext Saturday is 2 o'clock. denial of the possession of the goods Is, in fraught with the most abundant success, 30 he opened the casement of hia fly, as in Jesus. a conversion. dow: "Go, poor devil, the world is wido It is telegraphed that the President ha contemplation of law,bondholders in Eng- souls beingofmade to rejoice attended to The at 9 baptism was ordinance Judge Durham expressed himtelf delighted with his visit The Confederate enough for thee and mel" them, o'clock this morning. Eld. Livingston is make no response. He Beea that to Deer Park. With a bride, who has just land are trying to have Congress pay will likely States should not one of the most effective preachers we have the country has enough of the thing and is budded into charming womanhood to keep claiming that the United people of ... - mmnmr. with the fat of the land at have allowed one part of its citizens (the had here for a number of years and such an willing te leave it all with the him that the Fed- awakening in Zion haa rarely ever been the State of which he is "always so proud." his call and with the loveliest of scenery South) to sell bonds abroad; the Southern known at this place. The church has seof mountain air to Invigorate eral Constitution forbids The committee to declare the nominee for and coolest debts, and that cured the services of Bro. Livingston for the him.f he would be unappreciative indeed States from paying these . . commonB pleas judge in the Richmond United 8late, therefore should assume present year and much good will result the who failed to be delizhted with his aur district metat Winchester Saturday, but from his preaching, if the meeting just responsibility for them. rounding. doafter much wrangling, without Chicago la a great town. The device closed can be taken as an index. He has Maxwell, the bloody Englishman who woing bo, until the 11th. According to the rethe fall confidence of the church and of the of stopping railroad trains by massing Hasslrigg has 501 majority, but evi- murdered his companion for a few paltry turns men and children in front of the locomo- peoplo and the cause of Christ will be dence of fraud in Montgomery is so plain dollars, and after stripplne the body of its tive is new and original, and it was succes- made to flourish under his ministering care. that unless there is a purging of the polls a clothing, packed it away in a trunk, where sful yesterday. The engineers don't want M. T. C. London, Ky., June 7th. split is inevitable. That county gave Hsz the odor of its decomposition caused its dis to run over women, and the police don't Bully for June 1 June has long been elrlgg 2,779 and Thomas J. Scott only 52, covery, has just been convicted after several want to club them, and so the feminine obthe favorite month for lovers and it divides weeks' trial at St. Louis of murder in tho making Hazelrlgg's vote more than three is a serious one. There are wotot) struction with May the choice of the lovers who wed. times that cast for Knott and twice that Aral decree and the law can not be genius in Chicago. men of tendered June the month of all the year beat suited Taulbee for Congress. Scott's vote quickly brought to bear against hia wort h cast for Hoa. Daniel Manning has to the pure enjoyment of living. It fa the Tress-urin Madison was 2 290 and his opponent's less life. his resignation as Secretary of the month of roses, of strawberries, of butter as much aa 95, but both together are not MOTES OF CURRENT EVENT. The President ha not accepted it, cup, of daisies and clover blossoms. PoeGov. McCreary received in that county suggests in its stead that the Secretary try, In May $7,000,000 worth of property but prose and art have fallen short of the when he was elected to Congress. take a leave of absence until October 1, beatific actualities of the period when trywent up in smoke withdraw the resignation. The In his cottage at Deer Park, Md., the Tho next reunion of the Orphan Brig and then ing to describe the glories of June. fBjs-to- n suggestion was accepted so far as concerns President and his bride are guarded by a ade will be held in Cynthiana Aug. IS Herald. Secretary absence, at least, and dozen detectives, who have orders to perAn engine exploded on the Baltimore the leave of Judge W. L. Jackson thinks that the accompanied by Inmit no one to fss their picket posts. This & Ohio, killing two engineers and one fire Manning and family, and new law allowing defendants to testify in ternal Revenue Commissioner Miller looks a little like snobbery, but we are as- man. their own behalf in criminal cases will aid have gone to Hot Springs, Va. way that the least family, A negro near Coffey villo, Kansas, kill sured that it is the only many men in escaping just punishment. A privacy can be obtained. All the leading ed five Dersons with an axe before he was To the Democracy of Lincoln. smooth rascal will often tell a false tale repapers have correspondents on the ground secured. The democrats of Lincoln county are and convince the jury that it is true. Still Court-HomThe Kentucky distilleries are shutting and every little movement of the couple is to assemble at the be thinks the law is right, as one shouldn't country, It down. The output for the year was 16, quested chronicled and wired over the Saturday, June 12, 1838, at 2 r. m., to ap- be deprived of the means of defense and an Conis all very disgusting to thoughtful people, 000.000 of Bourbon point delegates to the Superior Court innocent man has often been cenvicted, beTho House passed br a vote of 177 to but they are in the minority it seems, as to be held at Lebanon, June 17th: cause he was not allowed to testify. vention, the papers would not furnish such matter 101 the bill imposing a tax of five cents a J. E. Lynn, Chmn. Amanda Reginald, I underatand you for it. pound on oleomargarine. unless there was a demand W. P. Walton, Secy. Joa F. WiTKa. have been circulating the report that we Davia Hutchcraft, a young lawyer of rTERM8 GASH. Tuoma D. RiNi-r- . Evehytiiinq points to a famous victory Paris. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY are engaged around town. Kr.. went sailing in a small boat at for Judge Mike Saufley at Lebanon on the Reginald And bo we axe, my dear. Chicago and was drowned. Green and seasoned lumber of every 17th and if he is not nominated on the first Amanda Yes, I know, but it seems as number of Knights of Labor description for sale at bottom prices. Dill A laree ballot the best of signs go for nothing. Mr. though a man who cared for my future have been arrested at Milwaukee charged oin&Melvine. 4t eot not visited this portion of the Barbour has with riot and boycotting conspiracies bought at the Jersey sale happiness ought not to say anything that J. E. Carson district, wisely inferring that his opponent Frank Bourne, a noted horse thief, at Lexington the cow, Potiu, No 26.557, will prevent me marrying some good man. would carry everything with a whoop. It BijS; -lmurderer and outlaw, committed suicide lu the flower of the sale. is a long time since a Lincoln county man Jessamine county by cutting his throat. honey bee can John Raskin confesses that he would Jim Hatchings says a has held a State office and the people here The House has passed 741 private and back np with more force than a y ear-olrather please the girls than do any other Come wltb the tide to ui lor- are enthusiastic over tho fact that modest 191 of the public bills of the 9,125 in- mule. Jim tried one. "My primary thought," he Canillei. one thing. merit is at last to be recognized. Sugar, Con, troduced in that body since the session beFlour, Mm), M. O. W. James is quite sick.of "Un avows, "is how to serve them and make ISantnnas, Orangtv, Bacon, Lard, posts them happy; and if they could use me for New York law Booms to be no respecter gan. Lttuoof, cle" Sammy Jones fell from a load Jluttcr, Eggi, DatM, rig,, Frank Field, a Louisville ticket scalpof persons, as it is in Kentucky. A rich a plank bridge over a stream or set me up rotato, of road ana eusiaineu lUlifnt, on a rough piece Mttkml, named Buddensick has just been er, has been sentenced to the penitentiary builder VitKtita, for a post to tie a swing to, or any thing of of the collar-bonfracture 7,rupf, reJJaFfeAtF" -'- " J.lly, HaMcS ' lodged in Sing Sing for ten years for erect- two years for forging tickets on the Louisttolaaam. frequently of late the sort not requiring me to talk, I should MWiTheMaPJWITIl'ffl PJ Cocoa, lBaKlai9BC Bowen Gover is here CbMW, ClnvM its walls ville & Nashville. vc?rM.HraW3aCafaW PfflrtEV ing a building so carelessly that OyiUll, In Bearch of atock (?) Think he has an be quite happy in euch a promotion. Canned Uoodi, Apple Jlutttr, Mias Gertrude Martin, of Fort Valley, .. i one or two persons. In the Bt ..KJkVTSV VK Mw fell and killed li,kh.? K BKKL rine Ajpie, anBMarr some of Abraham's flock. Lute eye on as. v uire, Spice, Judge M. H. Owsley, of Garrard county, Hominy, same institution are Alderman Jaehne, Ga,, while picking strawberries near Atlan- King, John Magee, A. V.King and Elihu Cinnamon. m lltana, will retire from politics and devote him. was bitten by a rattlesnake and died in CakM. Ward, tho Napoleon of Wall street, Fish, ta, next for Virginia. Kraut, Wells leave Tuesday Prunes, self to the practice of law at the close of his Sirdlnoa, and many great sgony five hours later. his dupe, Most, the amrchist aaaaaHlaaaaaHaaliaaaaH9aKftBaK Dock Dillion, when he heard that prrtent term as Circuit Judge. Owsley has llBiVatvai rtiaal.l. The democrats of Maine have nominaThe law is supreme apparently in UllKl TMCbM, othewiHon. A. G. Talbott and the President mar- been 24 years in official life. He made a Dried ApplM.CornfdBMl.Cr'ckers. HUrah.Boan. Hofla. Tnhna. nnn Coil( ted Col. Edwards for governor and a full and Tsble Cutltrx. I'owdtr. Shot, Carirldfa.lio.. lUkil.' Tlnwy.. the Empire State. 1 l'otatooa ried on the same day, proposed to bet on a good run for Governor in 1883, and as he In fact. In tha nmnm lie. .n,l alw ..i.in ...,i H.rna.i 'Ka.ldi. Slate ticket. Resolutions endorsing Clove-land- 's L. U7kiH. P1l.Jv.... tr. , dUrar, etc., "ic.inanuiactorcu joruiny the popularfancy of W. U. Caraon A Al. which was promptly taken by is now only a little more than fifty years una HnA A mail carrier has been indicted in Iftn n.n..Mlj. administration were adopted by the aw!. nfrtf. u 4 uiinix niMTarv unuijiuwi w.n,A.I neiurmir ..... we. buy and aell uiiw, North Carolina for throwing congressional convention. Jndge Higgins, who saya Grover's reputa of age, he may be expected to " pol,'T. "7 on Da,lnMI or pleuure-a- nd that la a I act wsda-Ir- a especially to 'reiterate, rau' J? eiapbailza ,nT Imprew upon the in nd. or an Intelligent rubllc. We into the river. Ho claimed is too good for a loser. documents Quarahtkb entire Mtl.f.ctlon.alway.. and deilrar all goodi Louisville Times. itics after a brief rest. Samuel Scott, one of the oldest citizens tion of Btanfordorouriubnrbancltyof HotrtatHl. irATfiHa&hAXEr. they were so heavy they interfered with of Glasgow, fell dead at his home, aged 82 The supper given by the ladles of the A California farmer sent $5 to a man in Friday night was a A jury of editors would church last quick delivery. years. He wai the father of Hon. John Christian acquit the fellow and give him a chromo. Scott, late Chief Justice of the Supreme gratifying success as well as a most pleas- the Eist in exchange for six gourd seeds ladies warranted to produce gourds of a capacity About half of tho congressional documents Court of Indiana. ant and enjoyable affair. The young good a purpose at the botwere the drawing of forty gallons, After waiting long for the u ttfl nn the tables would serve as Information cornea from the Fourth tom of n river and there is more room there Congressional district of Indiana that the cards. Wallace Varnon knows how well it seeds to sprout, ne Investigated and found MERCHANT TA1XOK. that tbey were artistically carved out of than in a crowded newspaper office. Hon. Wo. S. Holman will be nominated was dons. r. r Rnhtnion. Lovd Robinson's baw wood. Tue worst carrlcature of the defenseless on the first ballot to serve his twelfth term I bars reoelred and iUII reoetTlng report Archbishop Feehan, of Chicago, father, requests me to contradict the dead that was ever perpetrated appears in as representative. the rite of confirmation on 117 conhis wife and child d Maj. Botts, a candidate for Congress in that Loyd had killed the Courier Journal of Sunday, which killed by a mob. ne la in victs in the Joliet (III.) penitentiary Sunto give the likeness of tho seventeen the 11th district, has ''reniged" on the and was himself from Loyd and hia wife day. He was assisted by a large number Comprising tbe beit la the market, which will U ladles who have ruled the White House. Blair educational subsidy bill and now op- receipt of letters foundation whatev- - of priests from Chicago, St. Louis and Jonot show that these good wo- poses it with as much vehemence as he for- and the report had no History does t. I. . nt tat Btme persons can find liet. Among those confirmed were some Qotton Up in Qtylo and Mako Sooond to Hono in Olty or Country. men were guilty of crimes so henious as to merly advocated it. no' better employment than unadulterated of the worst criminals in the West. GIto No a Trial. At Morcantown, W. Va., a son of Gro merit such terrible punishment after death, The Methodist General Conference should institute suits wer Trippett, aged nine years, jumped into lying". -- I,,,,,.!, were and their descendants t k" fcu.- - tinner YIBllOrB adopted tho following: "No person engagthe river. Knowing he could not swim, xjfor libel. n. rwnenter. Stanford; Mr, Stark ed in the sale or manufacture of intoxicatresvi.t! .1 -- tf BtTantsville: Thomas H. Tiie outlook for the anarchists is not his sister, aged nineteen, jumped in to ing liquora for tho purpose of their use aa O'- Most, the rabid New cue him. Both wero drowned. promising. Herr Saunders, Orlando, Florida Miss Mary beverages can be received in the church. A California woman while splitting Bryan,Bdstown!U. u. weBi anu ji. . 'York leader, has bien doomed to work In We recognize the license system as a Bin blacksmith shop of the State priton for wood hit her tonguoin two lengthwise. Tho Chestnut, Kingston; Mr. M. T. Craft, Ljn- - against society." the fact that sho now discharges both barrels at don; Miss Maggie McKonens, uinvn.ej R, H. Arkenburgh delivered to George one year, while the Chicago fiends are unclose to feeling the baiter her husband makes him regret that he ever Mn. Bryant, Campbellsvllle, and others Becker, of Cincinnati, 75 cattle at' $3 87J; comfortably flag delegated the kindling recreation to her. whone names we coma noi aicermio. draw. It U a bad year for the red 7 cattle at $2.85; 187 hogs at $3.25; 17 hoga II. Maishall Buford, of Fayetle, was rv,i KlmiDhter'a plcnlo and bill on at $3. movement to be sure. Owenaboro Mefsenger. nominated br primary election Saturdar. Saturday last waB the succesi of the season The Jones Small revival meetings bewill TnE Kentucky Press Association for common pleas judge in the district com in every way; his well miea iao.e Kruneu gan at Indianapolis Sundsy, Mr. Small dois posed of Fayette, Woodford, Franklin, meet in Louisville next Friday, when it thn weleht ot CllOlCS vmnu. priar- - ing the preaching to an audience of 3,000 fide hoped a large representation of bona Scott, Jessamine and Grant counties by a -- i ii. ii,.niinia taate" and wero reward- CU III 1 14V imwv to 4,000. newspaper men will bo present. With the majority of 2.150. and deli. George I. Pickering, a leading mcr ed with hearty patronage; the new it will bo a opera festival in full blast, Crocker becomes leader of ghtfully-ventilated Richard bill room was filled chant of Augustu, Ga, killed himself be- city and the "boys" Tammany now that its greatest Sachem, uood time to visit the craceful forms of caue he could not live happily with his t.k me.. mm m.v imiiriH and tako advantage of it. will Do doubt John Kelly, is gone. He is a strong, clear lovely young ladles. Many were there from. wife. devoted to his friends, Ceecher headed, honest-man- , The report that Henry Ward perhaps and possessing fine capacity for making Lancaster, among whom was that rare- A bmall store-rooon Lancaster . street into bs untrur, beauty, MIm MB?ie Currcy-Buperwas deadVproved near Main, for rent. W. P. Walton, enemies ot bad men. comparable lovenntm. more's the pity. nuI r; -- Grasshoppers are getting in their etrikeo, which were for a time and which in many portions of Texas. so general and so energetio Hone, who robbed the Mer frightened the timid into the belief that a Bank, of Peoria, III., of $160,000 terrible financial panic would ensue, have chants' compro-mis- e 8, 1886 practically tome to an end, with failure and departed for Canada, offers to 510.000 of the stolen by returning nearly all alorg the line, The principal bo funds, and it is probable his offer trill reasons are that most of them were bank will resume business. and the time inoportune, owing to the accepted. The Ant TVUr McKv's an lor money The Ubor work rMr WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER WALL ! PAPER! grauu-childre- hot-head- M'ROpRTS & SjTAqjGt'S. i..i .. ..-.u-- ci ,... I have a small lot of .i Ld WACO w wmmml Which I avUI level-Heade- d tra-ducc- sell at Cost. Conrt-HouBe- T. R. WALTON. A Splendid Variety of I B ijiiDiie SEEDS be In Bulk and in Papers can found at T. R. WALTON'S. CAiEDGOODS&OTe Of best kinds, at y. GROCERIES e T. R. WALTON'S, Main & Somerset Sts. WATERS & RANE Y Main Street, A id GROCERS, SStanfox-d-. 4-- d e. mimm--Em- ny'rom - v..,.., ' ... ' H. C. RUPInZSir, -- t con-ferr- ed pur-porte- New Goods for Spring1 and. Summer, - "ri Wall Paper, i Furniture, in.h Oases, Caskets, Robes,. Stanford. Pull and Complete Stock of the above and prices as low as the lowest. b.in B. K. OTESARKKTy -Saddmsiiy prime cost. nd IIiunt Tjir fttookhoMern of tho Stanford Fair pjgitNcJ;r M " MelcslfA Foiter. Association will meet at tbe next Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A. A. Warren for repairs for court-hour- e siij,saajgiLajsaiiwii KKW AimBTIHEHKSIh. &j Stanford, Ky., E. O. WALTON. . Go TO Juno 8, 188G Champion Reapers and Mowers. BUBlnoaa Maunitor, TIME CARD. ,.. 1 t. AN. ' LOCAL A mo supper for the benefit of the Gold Silver Rand, which yet owes a balance on A few penonala of an interesting nature the instruments, will be given next Thursto those mentioned appear on our fourth day night, tbe same of the Hop. , & THOMAS Z, MORROW, Of Pulaski county, la tbe Republican for Judge In tbe 8th Judicial District. y t I "n la candidate .SeNiRS t ; -- WILLIAM HERNDON, Ol Lancaster, Is tbe Republican candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney In tbe 8th Judicial Dis trict, wectlon August 2d. Bhlngle Mill with pOIt ; Jointer, a 30. hone power Knglno and h Corn Mill. Belting Complete Mast. Buitu, tanford, Ky. Mall train going Norih Kxpreastraln" Houth mimiw( 1 Si Ai M. ii it ii 09 A If liof Xhaave Ii calculated on standard. Urn. Bolar M ! About 30 minutes lasts r, " ...... Boulh.......... J2 is r. M r.M. m. DMtM L0CALN0TICES. Stasn's. Lan.)UKTii'8 garden sewl In bulk and package at Penny & McAllstcr's. Watchka and Jewelrjr repnirod on ehor notice and warranted by Fenny A McAlls r. Bov the llaaa Uok Kemcdf, the original and only genuine, from Penny AMcAl-late- r. iSi Landhbtu's Garden dfde al Jlcttobcrts stock of jewelry, latent stjrle. llockford watches a specialty. Penny A McAllster. A courr.KTE PERSONAL. Mil. A. K. Pehhy went to Cincinnati Saturday. Mus. J. T. O'IIeiin hai returned from a vlelt lo Louisville. Mnsa Eliza Fox, of Ml. Sterling, Is visiting MIm Annie Alcorn. Mim Makv Ciiank, of Junction City, has been visiting Mrs. Capt. Myers. Muses Gracb Waiuek aid Iva Smi- ley are visiting relatives In Garrard. Miss Lou Hocker, of Hustonvllle, hu been the guest of Miss Lutie Ballsy. Mr Bettik C. McKiwkst and MIm Lula are spending the week In Richmond. Misi B tie Parsons, of Lowenthal Academy, has returned home for the vacation, Mrs. William Koyston and daughters have been on a visit to her parents here. Local opttontsta of Lincoln county will Bio lot of extra for the Walter A. Wood barreling machine on hand. I. M. meet Monday morning at 10 o'cleck at the court-hous14th of June for the pur Bruce. pose of more thorough organlzitlon. Rfmemdcr the picnic nt llale'n Well A DISPATCH was received yesterday annext Saturday. Come and enjoy yourself nouncing the death of Mr. James Brown and get n good a dinner. the bachelor brother of Dr. W. A. Brown, The Merry Bachelors anticipate the most at Parksvillc. Eld. Joseph Bnllou went successful of the six annual bopsjthat they down to preach tbe funeral. hare held, next Thursday night. Currier's The colored Methodist preacher, Rev. splendid orchestra from Cincinnati will furEllerson, baptized 35 persons In Portman'a nish the music and It goes without saying pond Sunday, One big fellow, whom he that it will be first-cla- n. HP Slll failed to get fully under on the first trial, The six shares of the Farmers National was given a second ducking and but clear Bank stock advertised by Mr. Thos. 8. Par out of sight. sons sold to Mr. John D. Carpenter yesterA Snake Story.-Wi- llie While, of this day al $150.60, which includes the coming county, was working in tbe garden last eeml snnuil dividend Cniidcring the Saturday evening and hearing a setting tiires, this slock holds up splendidly. turkey hen fluttering In a barrel he apTub closing exercises of Stanford Female proached a few steps and saw the turCollege will occur en the night of the lOlb key with huge a snake coiled around her at the Opera Houe and will consist of neck and hla fangs fastened to her throat. recitations, conferring of diplomas After many tumbles, over a space of 25 or and degrees, music and an exhibition by 30 fset, she relested herself, but showing Mies Tapscott's class In calisthenics. No considerable exhaustion. His father and admission wilt be charged, but no one will neighbor succeeded in killing the snake, be admitted who has not been furnished which moasured 6 feet. with a ticket by President A. H. Paiton. e M.II--llllll s, is?3r;: OBSMng irr S 3 5 3 " P wiijjj.jtJ.inea m ti zJ 7 Pll2 Wifiw 3- ! I g km V l J 8ALE--Ooo- HrSsTPRS A a.lff-lnc- H2 05WH ( . Jl'Se-- a . I will sell my bouse, etaWo and barn, together wllb J teres of land, suitable fjr fruit growing, for the above amount. It Is located at Highland, vu wm twutiKi rgaut Appir 10 1 30-- or $25Q. . . -- ft iOiO THOfl. r. "2 n?glam33g JOHN B. 1 t M. VA 11)1 Ell. Highland, Lincoln county, r. METCALF. FOSTEB. FAIEMEBS HOME G. H. BTOOKHOFF A RRO., Owners and Proprietor!. 416 K. I inetatJf Xow I?-ice- & -- Vaster, Market Street, bitween Preston and JsckKates, 11 per day. - LOUISVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY. IOC. . B. HAKItIN, Ag't Mowers, Bind ALWAYS IN THE MARKET. AND- Wm. Doering & Co,' ers and Reapers, s Crab Orchard, 114-4- - . Keuinchy. a Specialty. The Creamery was knocked down to Col. MARRIAGES. Welch ywUrday for $1,600. He already has about the sama amount of stock In it, which will make it cost him some $3,000. The amount of the sale hardly pays the in debtedness, so the other stoccholders In the $4 600 Institution are left out in the cold. It has been a huge swinlle from first to last. Go to J. T. roa Harris A attempted to Albert Gallatin Talbott Smith, 'run"fresh young salesman recently come another clerk who had a business trip to Esq , has returned from In from the Woodford. Misses Jcdith amd Mollis Kiko, of Crab Orchard, have been visiting Mrs. John W. Pennington. John Ham Owsley, Jr has returned from Lebanon, Tcnn., whers he has been attending rchool. Mrs. RBL'ncN William. and son, Robert White, returned Friday from a vis- it to n:i . of Junction City, was the only vUiUnj newspaper man in town yesterday, Col. Looan McKee and other republicans were here yesterday to see how the boys would getofl. Misses Daisy DurtNstDE and Mary Reid went oyer to attend (be commence-min- t at Mlllcrsburg College. Mr. R. T. Wade, former clerk of St. Asaph Hotel, his accepted a position as salesman with 8. L, Powers & Co. Mimes Jean and Maggie Buchanan and Addie OUenbeimer, of Crab Orchard, were the guwts of Mrs. A. A. McKinney. JuixiE J. M. Barnett, of Pulankl, was here yesterday renewing old acquaintanceships and looking alruo.t as young as be used to be. Mr. J. C. Leach, who has been a subscriber ever since we took charge of this paper, came in and paid his 12th yearly subscription yesterday. Miis Lkttie Lee Rochester, of Kansas City, grown even more beautifnl than when she left hire to make hsr home in the West, is gladdening her friends again with her presence. She Is Ihe guest of MIts Mary Browu. Messrs. II. C. Davis and M. A. Hope, a couple of fine young gentlemen from Virginia, who have here eeveral days looking after tbe health of a number of our prettiest girls, returned home yesterday, We hope and believe that they will repeat tbe visit at an early day. LOCAL MATTERS. Harrodibarg. Mr. W. B. HAXeroRD, rural districts, Friday night, but instead of running when the f. y. c. fell pierced by a dozin ballets, tbe countryman let loose on him with a cow-hiand pro ceeded to wear him out, till he yelled and begged for mercy. Considering the sad re sults of the last two attempts to work the running game, it is more than likely that the old chestnut will soon fall into innocu ous desuetude here. de Lucius p Owsley, who DeWitt Taylor, was at tbe examining trial held before Judge Barbour at Ltbtnon on Saturday. Judge M. II. Owsley, who with Fogle, Edelin, Kussell, and Thomas defended him, lells us that they offered no testimony whatever, but submitted the case on the evidence of the Commonwealth's witnesses, which showed It to ba a plain one of self defense. The State was represented by County Attorney 8palding, the Averitts, McCord and Harrison, who left nothing undone to present the case in its worst Acquitted. step-so- killed his n, light. Mr. Wm, Siler, a widower of 54, and Mrs. Hulda Owens, a widow eight years his junior, were married on the 4th. Miss Fannie Dudley, daughter of Bish op Dudley, was married last week in Louisville to Mr. Harry Woodward, of New Albany. President Cleveland's glfl to his bride was an elegant diamond necklace, the stones being set In gold and extending all around the neck. Cleveland is 40 yean old, Mrs. Cleve land Is 22. There is 27 years difference in their ages; still there is not much mora diiTerence than there wan in the ages of President Madison and his wife, and Mrs. Madison made one of the beet mistresses that the White Houie ever had. She was just aa old as Mrs, Cleveland is now when she married Msdison. It turns out that Albert L. Simpson, of Pulaski, who ran off with Miss Nancy otogsdlll over JO years ago and were mar ried aa everybody supposed, were not united in legal form at all, though they have since lived happily together as husband and wife, children and grandchildren resulting from their union. Tbe Eantur says: For somo time a consciousness of a great wrong to both mother and children has been annoying Mr. Simpson, and to make amends and right whatever may have been amiss in years past, he came to town yesterday, procured licence and married the faithful but illegal companion of a lifetime, a noble act upon the part of Mr. Simp- Cottage Bread and Fresh Dikes,, Str Ioe Oieam. Bnttez kent on Ice. fresh and nice; Ice to retail; Ice-col- d Oider, Ginger Ale and Lemonade, Don't forget that It la headquarters for good But- lr- 12Mt Our Grocery Line has always been Complete, All ofeur Sugar wa. bought before the advance and can be sold at the same old price. Our JFARM FOB SAXE lonVrforsaltmy Fsroiol 10O Arc,tQ-atenear ! d Hardware, Embracing Everything lavteycAcep. We have recently refitted of our store-nmurpassed tir beauty and convenience. OarQUEENtfWAKE b Set. Is txrellent. These goods are only ukyoo to call and examine goods. "ul"umB"1 ""usand one-ha- lf Walnut Flat, Lincoln county, on tin Btanford A Crab Orchard rilke, 4 miles from HUtt-for- il and 6 miles from Crab Orchard. The land is In excellent condition, an abundance ol water, fencing good, spacious barn and sheds, implement, housy, Ac. a'Parate, all new, built in ISSi and 'U. Comfortable dwelling SO anrca In wheat, 40 acres In oats and sowed to timothy and clorer.20 aerei for corn; remainder in grass. Terms and price reasonable. (114-.. H. 1'JtYOMl, Bunford. nsi.t??ni .fmI!!.D.?.,,,r " competition in prices. We . T.ea l:",ln"-.J- t '"", i METCALF WEflREN fc FOTJBJEg, PLAN0S FOR SALE. One square Tlano, in a good atate of preeerTa-tlo- n, for ITS; one excellent Square, price 1100; one ano, t . For Information call at thlsoflcoor see Mr. 8. S. Myers, Stanford. UWt Jlrti. H. C. TIlVEIlEAItT. & MEIFeT Dealers in all kinds of- - Upright, nearly new, 1173; one large Square Pi- Sale ofLand.Jttock & Crop. I Prices satisfactory at Waters & Rtney 's.B all kinds at A. A War. ren'e "Model Grocery." Eefruikhators, Coolers and Ice cream freezers low down. Matcalf & Foster. " Fruit Jars of Proctor Knott who have tried It. is the best, ask those Metcalf & Foster. aa McRoderts Soda Fountain made. - & Staoo have started their and is as good ' ever " The College Association of Kentucky will hold its next meeting at Crab Orchard Springs, beginning June 20. In Garrard county, John Padgett shot and killed Joshua Lamb in a quarrel over the ownership of a brass kettle. farm owned by the late Leo Haynen will be sold at public auction by E B. Hayden, agent, on the 2 1th inat. The republican candidates, Col. Morrow and Capt, Herndon, will speak at Crab Orchard on the 11th and Highland on tbe 12 at 1 o'clock. The democratic candidates are invited to be present. The fine blue-gras- s . year, for that matter, Klass will sell you any goods in hi store at prices that no houso in Stanford dare to undersell Paste thia notice In your hat. D, Klaea. Too much stock for too dull times has caused Owsley & Craig to commence unloading at a sacrlfico and they are selling goods at prime coat in the wholesale markets. Now is your time to visit them. A "For Thirty Days." Yes, for a whole special train will ad- Court Convention, 17lh, lo return after tbatfinlght, Mr. Frank Harris, lournmcnt Chief Train Dispatcher, having promised it for a certain number. The hour of its departure from Stanford and other panic ulars will begien in Friday's issue. Lebmononthe be run from bcra to morning of tbe Superior with son. Judge Varnon and the following justices RELIGIOUS. presenl: W. M. Oarnstt, G. P. Bright, New York has 489 places of worship. John Ellis, John Anderson, Monroo Curtis, Tbe ground for the new church at J. II Wright, C. Brown, E. B Caldwell, Jr. DriKiit'. will be broken today. II. Carton, J P. Land, John Bailey, and A Sunday School exclusively for ChiCounty Attorney CarW. 8. Newell. penter preernted a statement showing that namen was organized in Louisville Sunif the levy were placed at the same figures day. Eld J. Q. Montgomery will preich a as last year, the revenue of this year would not only pay the current indebtedness, but temperance sermon at lirfght's School-hous- e Saturday night at 8 o'clock. cancel the entire bonded debt, $3,000, beKid. Joseph Bsllou reports a glorious sides. It was therefore ordered that a levy of 20 cents on the $100 b made and tbe meeting of two weeks duration near Paris, polljtax fixed at $1. Bonds to the amount which resulted in 32 additions and a genervl $3,000, which had been paid by the al revival of the church. Rev. . O. Gnerrant, of Mt. Sterling, treasurer, were produce! in court and by order the attorney applied a match to them has accepted a call to the chnrches at Troy and they were soon in sshte. With the and Wilmore, and installation servico will county free from debt, it is proposed that tako place third Sabbalh In June. The Sunday school convention of the thereafter claims against it shall be paid the same year they ara made. J. N, Meno Cumberland IMyer Association will be held fee gave bond for the collection of the rev at Double Springs church, August 31, at enue of 1830, with 8. F. Cowan and Craig which lime tho County Union will also bo Lynn as surities. A number of petiona un held. Squire G. B. Caldwell, Jr., is already able to support themselves were ordered to preptring for a grand time. other unimportant business the poor-houLAND. STOCK A NO CROP was transacted and the court adourned in Grass and Brier Scythes and Snaths time to attend the speaking. at T. R. Walton's. Tusnn were speeches and speeches yes Wheat baa not been as low, It is said, terday, their delivery occupying the whole in 60 years as is now. it afternoon. First Rev. Green Clay Smith E E. Wright & Bon M to Hudson, of led off in one of his most powerful arguDanville, a pair of 1G hand ments for prohibition. Then Hon. Fon- mules for $305 taine F. Bobbitt followed and after show-C- ommissioner W. G. Welch sold 124 ing to his own satisfaction that he could acres of land on Buck Creek yesterday to have the Commonwealth's Attorneyship J. Ottenbeimer for $1,100.35. presented to him on a silver salver, declined The Jerseys belonging to McCiintock, to make the race, which he claimed be Wallace & McMicheal, 47 in number, sold could win hands down. He cut his speech at Lexington, Thursday, for $7,710. short lo give the others a chance and prom Over 1,218 bushels of strawberries Ited to come again in July, Col. Thomas have already been shipped out of this counZ. Morrow, then announced his candidacy ty, besides the local traffic. The crop is for Circuit Judge and in an hour's speech estimated at 2,000 bushels. Somerset covered nearly all the ground usually Ink Banner. en in a republican campaign speech. He J. B Paxton sb administrator, sold the claimed that the democratic administration personal effects of T. T. Davlesa yesterday, had so far failed to redeem any of its prom including a cow for $21.60. He also sold ises, that there were still more republicans a mare and colt belonging to the late David In office than democrats, that the financial Paxton for $57. condition of Kentucky was steadily grow George llolylann, of toxic, Md., wsa ing worse under democratic management shearing sheep the other day, when the an and soon, Mr. J. W. Aloorn, democratic imal kicked and drove one of the blades of candidate for Circuit Judge, was the next the sharp shears into George's abdomen, speaker, but ho occupied only a few min inflicting a wound from which he soon utes, saying that it was useless for' him to died. speak here where ho was no well known, be H.C.Williams & Co. bought 4,000 sides he wanted to give Capt. Hcrndon end bushels of old wheat at 85 to 00c. Borne R.C.Warren a chance. The Capt., like of is two years old and the owners bad reit Col. Morrow, went off on the State finances fused $1.25 for it. Bo far this season 32-5- 00 and soon showed we were on the verge of pounds of wool have been handled here bankruptcy and unless tho republican parFlirrodsburg Democrat. at 14 to 21c ty was glyen power we would soon go to very large crowd attended Court A The crowd was the demnltion worried out by the time he was done, so yesterday, but it ssemed bent more on polMr. Warren contented himself with poking itics than business, consequently not much a little lun at me iapi., wnom ne enueav was done. Capt II. T. Bush reports 200 ored without success to get to meet him scrub cattle on the market; all sold, Prices single handed In delnte and not to tie on to ranging from 2 to 3J. Horses brought from $55 to $210. No mulcdsold. tbe tali of Col. Morrow. se, bow-wo- The Court I will oCer at public sale to the highest bidder onThurmfau, Jttlv ISth, 1SS6, my Fan of 6 Acres, situated near tbe Danfllle pike, In Lincoln county, 8 miles (ro.n fltanfbnl and on the county road leading from the Danville lo the Lancaster pike. The land la In a good state of lecclne excellent, iniciom t.m n.i sheds. My house burned down recently but an- o.uir j.i.ciu ii on mo grouna rcaay lor building, The outbuildings are good. The place la well wat ered and there la a splendid orchard. Will alto outr wriui ail zinasoi rirmlng Implements and machinery, horse and cattle, bogs, household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day (i;g-4- t) of sale. T. LAX Stanford. Favminglmpleinents and Maehin ery, R7rlHSaWas7W?'HssBslE.sn of Levy met yesterday, J. J, Kirksville Fair H e will hold our annual Fair on the ! 2SM anil 24th of July, --T THE Ma i BgS!i5 -- OoBsiageB SURREYS,- Biirnnm Woods Grove, Where it was held list year. For A LIST OF PREMIUMS, AC, Write for circulate. WALKKK. Secretary. Spring Wagons, BucXx Boards. Farm Wagons, Grain, Wool, Seeds, Feed, Coal, JLnmber, Etc. JK. I., J. B. J. X. ES3BRV, 1'tCHliJetxt. 127-t- d -- VALUABLE- REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. KENTUCKY FABM. THDBSDAY, JUNEH), '86, at 1P.M. Frasy Wm&Mm PHARMACISTS, Drugs, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Dsatuss ta 1st A Beautiful Farm-- th dnest In Carter county; lerel aa a floor; on Little Handy Hirer; only half a mile from town and railroad. About Books, 23S Acres; aearly naif In grass; rich aa cream. 3d, Two residences In Grayson. 3d. One three-stor- y brick store and offices. 4th. About twenty choice town lata. Notk. Tho business ol tbe owner of tbe above Physicians' prescriptions accurately compounded. Also fine property makes It Impossible fot him to reside in tbe State, and the sale is unavoidable. In or- uer toprcTeni disappointment to those attending the sale, no private sale will be made and all offers are being rfjected. Address JOMIX JlirrfjEIt, Rock Island, 111. Or E. II. WIIjUOIT, Urayson. Carter Co. The Largest Stock of Watches, Olooks, t Kentucky. and Silverware first-cla- a. JEWELERS- JW-2- Jewelry PUBLIC SALE Fine Lincoln County Farm. The heirs of Leo Hayden, deceased, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, without re. serve, at the residence on the premists, on Evoc ths bought to this market Prirc Lowor than Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Be-palred on short notice and Warranted. KENTUCKY "Bine-Gran- s CENTRAL Tlmrsdny, Juno 21, At 2 o'clock p. m. 1SSO, I Itontc." No. 4 R NoaTU-BoDN- MATSTI11E DKANCH. Tfo. Lvo Covington. Daily Dally Ex. Sua. Ex. Bun. 8 15 a m 8 9 01 a m 9 48 a m 61, -- RoTEr 00 25 the Farm on which the late Leo Harden resided. This Is a fertile and finely watered body of jjinu, z muee norm oi oianiora ana i mile from Ilowland, on tbe L. A N. Itallroad. The residence Is a splendid brick house, containing eight rooms and there are the usual outbuildings, orchard, Ac, Tbe placo will first be offered in three parcel-- , and then as a whole, and that bid accepted which I reduces the most money. The three parcels are, 1st. About 43 Acres east of the railroad. 2d. Fifty Acrea ofl of the 8. W. corner of the Farm, adjoining Barrow and fronting 240 yards on the Lancaster pike. 3d. The balance of the Farm, about 2J0 Acres, embracing the buildings. Tkriis. The Land will be sold by tbe acre and surveyed to purchasers; one. fourth cash, balanco In three equal Installments at S, 12 and 18 months, with 6 percent, from day of sale, foeseulon of house, gardeu, stable lots and outbuildings given at once; of the balance of the farm In tbe autumn Id time lor seeding. 13l-t- d Agent. E. E. II A Shortest and Quiokest Bonte from Oar tral Zentueky to all Points North, East, West and Southwest. Fast Lino Between LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI Bchedule In Effect May IS, IMC. " Lexington " Parla ArrMlllersburg..,, " Carlisle " Johnson " Maysvllle Bocm-BonH- 725 2 m 4 5 10am 5 20 10 3D a m 749 Bra 44 6 04 6 S6 pra pm pm pm pm ptu Dally Dally Ex. Bun. Ex. Bun 5 55 a m 12 55 p m No. SJ No. 6, Bon-Boun- No. 12 Ex. Sun. Lve. Oovlngton...., 11 Valmouth " Cynthlsna.., Arr. Paris. 11 Dally Ex. Sun Lexington...., 8 3 10 11 12 10 am 8 10 40 a in 9 24 45 a m 10 13 25 am 10 40 10 pm It 17 10 41 11 20 pm pm pin pm pm pm n 113 WES, DB. W. D. PENNY, STANFOEDD, KT. Kobth-BocrOffice on Lancaster street, r.oxt door to iMta- OQce lours from 8 to 12 a. aion Journal office. u, and 1 to S r. u. Anesthetics administered when Lve. Livingston . 154lyr. ' Berea Decenary. ffflHBSj IontIat. 11 SO Lve. Parla. in A it. Winchester . 12 20 p m Richmond.... 1 00 pm " Lancaster .... S 07 pm G 00 pm a Win lord Lve. Blcbmond...., 2 oopm 3 20 pin Arr. Berea " Livingston.... 5 45am I e 87 1 in 1 Johnson pm " Carlisl 7 25 a m 2 28 pm 11 7 43 am 250pm MUlersburg, 2 00 pm 8 10a m 8 15 pm 3 33 pm Arr Pari' " Lexington 9 05 a ui 6 10pm 4 SSp m 1) 80a in 6 03 pm " Covlniiton .... 5 15 pm 6 10 pm Note. Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Win6 22 pm chester, Lexington and Cincinnati; other trains 8 05 7 15 Lve Maysvllle..... " p m am dally except Huuday. par lJlroct conn, ctlons are made at Winchester with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt, 8ter)lng, Ashland, Huntington, Charleston, W. Ya and Eastern cities. No. 3 i Ko. 11 No I Arr. IUehmond . 8 00 am 10 25 am 11 45 a m 7 20 8 11 11 1 S jEBfCurtt ta sHPi to a dayZHpGairftitrd ni ctn Sirictun- ntiMUVtnlhe Itfcl the im cC tint elm emtiici, tint hll gl.-- l lmiit unlvttxl tiuite l W TO - ""iiurtniv A ta It r Jenly 17 till Stia: iCbtslaJC;. Clnelnnatt.- S- cl&otofthtoHdon. A. hit won the fivot 4 th puLlIc ni now amontf th letdlitg Mfcil iiKosa Will. Tit nitl v3k OM. ,fW w U SMITH. m 50M by DiuuiKi, IlrtJferd. n IMirSIOU. Lve. Rowland.., " Lancaster .. Arr. IUehmond., Lve. IUehmond Arr. Winchester.... Arr Paris Lve. Lexington . Lve Paris " Cynthlana Talruoutli ... Arr. Covington .., 00 10 ami...., am am pm! am 7 25 a in 8 20 a ta 8 53 a in 10 00 a in II 80 a m 8 05 7 00 8 CO s company, or D. A .FEEI.EY, 8. F. ft. MORSE, Hen. Para. Ageut, Trav. Pass. Agent, Covington. Kt. Lexington, Ky H. E. UUNT1NOTON' BecMver. Qeneral Offices, Covington, Ky. Fait Line.- - Nos. S and 4 run via Winchester. Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Jllchmond, Va., aud Winchester and Washington, 1). O. ThrouKh tickets and bargage checked to any destination reached by railroad. For full artlculars, call on any agent of tbo pm pm p m pm 3 69 p in 1 17 p ui 6 00 p 111 2 10 20 a 45 8 30 ami am .. 2 i5pm 3 40 pm 4 IiEB F HTJB'PMA.n, 17pm Office South aide Main Street, two"doorifxboii tho Myars Hotel) u. Pure Nitrous Oxide Qaa edialnlstered wb'so rt " ' . quired. :ki."x:xht, exirtcsEoiv id KYv; BTANFOBD, ' 'VP 9 18 pm 0 45 pm . E3 K r aid. The oran blower In the London church recently fell aslrep (luting the eervlco, of whioh fact the audience eocn befanio con1 and Frltlaya scious by h'a vigorous blowing ef his own Vuhllshett Tncaaauti -- AT organ. Rev. Arthur Hall, the preacher, &NNUM, CASH. after bearing it for a while, slopped and reS3 marked: "I do not object to a quiet nap will be It understood If we credit that on a hot day, and am flittered at being able demanded. and to contribute to anybody's reps. Bit, while proud at being able to glvo the be. W. P. WALTON. loved sleep. I wish it to be distinctly that I draw the lino at snorars. There is a men enoriog in the congregaD AS V I LLC. BOYLE COUNT t. tion, and I shall be obliged if somebody Mr. Starling Penderraft and M'bs will awaken him " The offender was quick Drooks obtained licsnee to mrry Sat- ly roused. urday mominc There is such a thing as being smotherM T. 8allee, of B:yl, heads the list for ed in honey. A Kan-- a man recently drow large lanibj. He has sold his buncbj 15 of a big pr z. in a lottery, and U tame day whioh averaged 91 lba. his wife had twins both boyn -- his mother-i- n A Musioale will In ..iven at the chapel law was struck by lightnlag while ia under the pf Bell. Seminary transit to pay him a viU, and a man wao Prof. Glinme, the teacher of mu had owed him nine dollars for ten vaara Paris Newj. sent him along the money. Lasley , L. M Laaley.J. W 2 0 7 20 810.., GO Moore,J.r,8J0and rER Moore, D. II.. 825 and 83... McCormack, S. It., col'd.. Martin, Wm. R McGarr, Pat 31 s 3(0 n 5 Martin, Martha..... Manuel, Thomas Moore, J. J Morann, Joseph McAllster, J . 0 Mulllns, Dr. R. B : 2 60 - - 2 60 0 103 Martin, Alex MeKltrlck, D Moore, David..... Meneleo, J. N McKoberts, G.T Miller, W. H 6 1 . -- .. Mi-netj- Martin, A. C McCIary.W. F tc-al- ght auper-Ti'elon.- of McUoberta. C .... McUoberts, P. M.... .'..... Miller, J. H Meguffey, Jcsss......m......m.............. ........... . Nance, Jesse.... Sams Newland, O. P., 83 and 83 CO a 2 50 87 30 5 65 80 10 2 2 2 7 30 8 10 60 1 50 753 93 7 20 2 5 10 42 60 2 4 SO IS POWDE Absolutely Pure. l SECONJEW3Et. ! MACKINAC. This fine combined stallion will make thesa. euofl&MSat my stnlile, nesr Shelby City, In Lincoln county, on the Shelby City and Knob Lick turnpike road, at tafiaTO Summer Tours. Palaoe Stoamora. Tour Trtre psr Wesk Bstwecn t $10 tlio Season or $20 to Insure a Colt, IH'Scrll'tlon aud lVllurea-Heoon- d Jewel la a blood bay, with black luaneaud tall, 15 bands 3 Inches hfgb, with fine stylo and action this Spring, was slrnl uy Iewls Cunnlnjliam's Jewell, lie by the famous old Washington Denmark. First dam Minnie, by McDo laU's 2d dam by Wells' Crusader; 3d dam by a son Hal-ecr- u; Low Rates. City. DETROIT, MACKINAC ISLAND 0t.Ignace. Cheboygan, Alpena. TlanisvUJs. Oeoda, 8nd Uewih, rort lturon, Ot. ciatr, Osklantt Uoute, Marino BpMlal Oundny Trips dortfla July and DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Auut. iLLUSTnATCO PAMPHLETS Mid EiMrlan Ttsksts srlll b rnrnialMxl by yourTlokst Kvsit Week Day Stiwetn ..... die mnre, pedlgrco unknown. Mr. It. P. 1'arvln'a Old Minnie, dam of Second Jewel, wasa premium animal, from a colt to an aged mare. Hecond Jewel ha txwn shown twenty-fou- r times and wore the times detested only twice, slick tie twenty-twlit made ten shows last season at Uanvllle, llus-toavllwore ten blue ribbons. Fasturaga will be furnished marca at reasonable rates. Parting with marcs forfeits the Insurance. ttenreUtued on all colts until service charge are OUR St C. D. WHITCOMD, Detroit ani, oraddxtM Osn'l Pass. Agent, MICH. & Cleveland DETROIT, Steam Nav. Co. Klrkivllle, Jtlchmond and Lexington and CjI J. W Guest went to St. Louis on FrWay, where his horse '"Terra Catta" was to run Saturday for the carpenter's and bullder'fl stake. Payable out oriho County Levy or Lincoln orisso. The ssnior clnsa of Caldwell College and a number of their friends were 4 00 . -- t Adams, L. B entertained by President John Ashlock, George 2 60 ...... MantRomery and wl'e on Thursday night. Alcorn, Mary, colored..... - 1 33 80 Mr. Henry W. Evans Bold his drug Alcorn, Dsvld 9 r Friday to Messrs. Walter Eiatland Adanis, Polly store on 8 . Abrigbt A Filth and Rjuben Gentry, Jr. Possession siren Amon, W. H 7 N July 1st or sooner if Mr. Evans desires it. Atlimi, J. W 10 M . 10 00 Adanis, Joel H Mr. Evans expects to go to Kansas City. 10 OO Mr. W. S. Downton ha rented M. C Adams, Wilson, 10 01 Ttitirman'a stable oo the corner of First Adams, U. A f9 M Alcorn, Dr. EJ, It 60 and y3. and Broadway streets and has opened a Anderson, John, (3 and tS 10 M 11 S livery stable there. He has telephonic Banks, L. p., 7 so tod ft SO 2 SO connection with "up town" acd with the Bronaugh, It. H., 2 and SOc...... 6 00 Bright, John II., outeide world. !H Washington City, Bush, H.T Mr. E, B. Thtel, of 1 eo Brorn, C. junaeeds Mr. B. G. Merrill as cutter in P. Same StC ( 00 8mo..... A. Marks' merchant tailoring establish9 80 50 ment. Mr. Merrill talks of opening busi- Bailey, J. Wesley, 17 St and .- ........;..9 OS Bailey, John, $5 and -. ness here on his own account. Mr. Thiel Buster, John.... . .. a ?a ..m..mm.....m... arrived Sunday nigbt. 7 93 Bailey, J. P -. 2 00 .....-- . An elegant entertainment given by Ballard, John........ ............ 57 S3 Mm. Theresa Worthington Friday night to Bright 4 Currao 10 90 ....... Bailey, C F........ .m. MLja Annie Cecil, cf Georgetown, and Mrs. ' Bronaugh, Dr. Q. W ... 100 ee Wbrthington'a daughter, Mies Mary, recent- Bogle, John A - CM 00 3 SO ... ly graduated from the femalet college at Baugbman, Smith I M largely attended by the Baagbmin, Ilenry Stanton, V., wis S Of Bishop, Columbus society people of Danville and vicinity, as Bruce, J. E.. S SB M..........H. well as a number of ladies and gentlemen Blaln. John..... -- . Ul fi SO ........ M.... lro.it other places. Tne company was re- Burton, J. D.... c 00 Bruce, I. M.. . by Mi' Theresa and Mary Wor;b ceived Barrow, It. E., t 00 ingoD, Annie Cecil and Mr. Chas. Worth-lotioBurton, Wm 1 00 Baugb-mt- n'i Music was furnished by 8 10 Brown, J. T., ti 20 and 55 . . 4 60 Orchestra and a splendid supper BajiId, M. 3 Baugh, John G........ 5 U ..... served between 11 and 12 o'clock. W iM is Burin, O. MWs My Hodijea, of Lexington, Bishop, Josiah 2 00 Mrs. Mary Cish, Wm., (S 73 and $ 3 viailmg Mia? Lily Meesick. 11 23 1 00 ...- -. Hughes and her grand daughter, Minsea Carson, A 2 59 3Iay Hammocd and Lettie Shackleford, Cowan, S. F 8 23 Carter, James, (TurnersrllU) tl 25 and S3 have returned from New Orleans, where Cobb, Richard S CO .. Ihey have been since last fall. They have Coder, J. M 2 5A 2 30 .- ...- taken rooms at Giltner's Hotel. Misa Lulie Carter, Peter S 00 Scott, of Springfield, III., is visiting Miss Collier, J. H . 30 Z, Morrow, of Curtis, W. H Kajinie Barbee. Hon T. Cook, J. M, (Huatonrllle) - 2 50 Somerset, and Capt. Wm. Herndon, of Lan- Carpenter, Dr. J. G., (93 50 and 8U....... 120 50 SG 00 caster, were in town Monday. Mr. Cohn's Chiles, Wmcol'd ... C 50 . ion, David, has taken Spted S. Fry, Jr.'s Curtis. F. P 2 60 plaee in his father' store, Mr. Fry having Cone, N. J Cook, Sarah ............. It 00 to Kansas City. Mr. Logan Pender goqe 3 73 . Carter, lid grajt and Misj Mary Susan Neevea obtain Carpenter, A. W 2 S3 7 50 ., Carter, Geo. L ed license to marry Saturday eyening. liXJST OF CliAJDttS Nunnelley, A. T Newland, T. D Napier, P. II If ance, C W.. .. Owsley, John 8 Owsley, James, col'd Owsley A Craig...- - ......... - palJ. I wilt alsi stand at tbs same stables the tins J ack MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Thio Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains ita High Eoputation, AND hand-nome- ly - ' O'Halr, J. T rowell, J. W 1 ryor, 1, it. ........ ...... .......................... Peak, Amanda Perkins, Wm, E Penny backer, J. S 814 and 82 - -- .. Powell, John, col'd PorUnan, M. C.. Perkins, Wm 0 2 60 Thtst powder nevfr varies. A ruarvtl of purity, strength and whotcMincneas. Moro cconomlcAl than the ordinary kinds, and can not ba sold coinpetlton with tbe multitude of low tret .short weigni aium or nnuepnaie powders. Holdonly in caus. 1WVAL UlKltKI rotVDRR O, 100 Wall Street, New York. BLACK HAWK! At (IN to Insure a live colt, raonoy due when tho colt Is foaled or usre parted with, lllack Hawk Is a coal Mack fi yearsodthls Spring, 14 biuJi3 Inches high. He was sired by Caldwell's Young nr veiccirMHie, no uy lilscK uawK. wai Sainoion, he by Imp. Maiumotb. Ills dam wai by Htlgali'a lllack Hawk; 21 dam was raised by, Utllra Maxwell and was an Imported Jack. 11 iw(i 20 16 12 60 36 107-- tf V. T. 6 Happiness rrtult from that true contentment which Indicates jicrfect health of body and tnlnd. You may jkmscss It, If you will purify and Invlporato your blood with Ayer's Sana-imrillK. M. Howanl, Newport, K. II., writes : " I suffered for years with Scrof-ulut- u humors. After using two bottles of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, I a. N.iMHlWK. Shelby City, Ky. Plvinmer, L Penny A McAllster Pollard, P. T xvTUXXstU -.- FVIils IUIOT1IEH8. Iti ..-.. 10 168 03 4 2 81 50 6 7 5 60 60 6 Js A. M Peyton. Dr. J. F Reynolds, J. H Held, Samuel, (Uustoavlllo) 83 and Raines, Slui. Redd, Charles... realn, 3S5ts Gilt Edge . R....... .... Silver King lt ,sx Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be tieoond to no Oountrr Hotel in the State in ita Fare. Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Gneiti. atrommodatl oas to tomraerclal Travelers. The liar will alnajs aatplled with tke choicest krsa 'sorLlvnors aad Cigars. and from naKantllkcoarvtd to tree or charge. Htstlal the ds (a Richardson, Ben, col'd... H-..- C Robinson, A. C, 83 and 86 -- .. 3 72 Bald, Samuel, (Highland) 81 and 82 72 . 1 23 Rabbins, Wm.... .. z 00 ueuu, s. a..... ....... .... .... .... ........ ........ 150 . Raid, Dr Hugh 23 SO Reynolds, M. T .... 2 Kose, J. x...... ... ..... ...... Found preat relief. It has entirely restored mo to health." James French, AtchUon, Kant., writes: "To all persons suffering from Liver Complaint, I would strongly recommend Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I was aflllctcd with a disease of the liver for nearly two years, when a friend advised mo to tuko this medicine. It gave prompt relief, and has curod me." Mrs. II. M. Kidder, 41 Dwlght st., Iloiton, Mass., writes: " For rcveral years I have used Ayer's Sarsaparllla In my family. I never feel safe, even Roblnscn, T. J ............. . 2 Mmpeon, Alfred, col'd Bcboepfler, C ..... 4 50 1 2 2 2 etoue, John Blogtstea, Stephen Hmlth, Robt Simpson, U. D. BlboU, 30 . - - ...,............... John M eieglston, Nathan Scott, David H4Wf, (.nariea...... 2 Stephens, Andrew 23 (thanks. S. It..-- .. .. 4 Hsgloton, John A....... 4 . Scargent, llugb... ........ 2 Tucker, R, 8... 5 Totten, J. L....... ................. 2 Trajrlor, John 2 ..- -.. Thompson, W. N ;.... 91 Tucker, Heorge, col'd 16 . Torrr, W. H.. 2 . Taleiu, W. P 10 . Vandereer, Ulchard.. Tandeveer. A. B..... ...v. 12 95 Vaniereer, D. W . 75) VcrnoD, Thos. W .... 2 Wlthera, C. C 5 Wlllman, Joseph 5 Woods, Cratg. col'd ..... 21 White, W. T. B., 817 83 and ! 72, .... 5 m liners o Xis ...................... 60 60 60 7 60 20 1 59 as 50 S3 At Home without It. Ai a liver medicine and general purifier of the blood, It has no equal." Mrs. A. H. Allen, 'WIntorpock, Va., writes: "My youngest child, two years of age, was taken with Bowel Complaint, which we cou'l not cure. Wo tried many remedies, but he continued to grow worc, and finally became so reduced In flush that wo could only inovo him upon a pillow. It was suggested by one of tho doctors that Scrofula might bo tho causo of the trouble. Vo procured a bottlo of 50 50 60 20 at uy utile 2. mlUi south of llnstonvllle. on the Hustonvllle and Lib. Jim) erty turnpike. AMallah Mlenro li br Jo Klnm. $10 to Ini-nra Living Colt. No. SlJOj trial 2 27: rec-,u, sua ball brother Silver King will delimited to IS mares, at tbe ora 1 same rat. He Is J years old this Spring, Is a (D.C 8. sod for 19,000,1 llevlew 2 a . i.ycurgus beautiful bay, IS hands S Inches hlih Will also Wakefield, pacer, tiUi U0; First 1MW Mark by 1 Soe Jsck, stand at same Jam Jlatlle8. Willie D. tby Fsrelgner by Imp. jlroco.)?a tl.mltrftloC. br Cuunlngbam's Copper Hottom, 3d dsmMlnrrva Dunrai by Imp. Uuturd. Jo Umo by tit. Klmo, No. .;J. by Alex. Al AM to Insure colt, money due at weaning time. apder'a AWallah 1, by Hysdyk'a llamblrtenlsn He Is a blown Jack wltb white points, ft years old No. 10; Joe l.lroo'a 1st dam by Mambrlno lnjune.lt bands high. IU was sired by Alkln'a Wl Ille D.'sdam by Starlight, ly Chrokee, King William and be by King Phillip; his first by Imp. riansor Abdallah Olenco'a colts are dsm a lllack mtt'n lennet, she slrrd by l'MI-ft- p kind, line and large, and ro.d movers, both la and he by Ktru I'ullllp; his second dam by harness and under the saddle. I have one et his MoreCastt. Trie More Castle J ick Is a large grey. that with very Utile handling trolled a t( In to 1 ec.i also H. A' It. FA nillH. tngtoan another tbal was as promising, bulow. accldeul has never been trained. Al.. daltab Ulroro, althoush a natural sadJIe horsr, trotted a full utile on alOsrc. slow track In 2 43, -L JSSO tHStl. with six weeks or two months' handling, tlm! by II Iope, of lloyle county. Mr. I'. says he could show a230 call any time, Call and a. amy stork tforebreetIngrlsewiere, and aava money, far h poMrure some ot the ruunlng and trotting crows In eXlitrnr-- . He Is a iMrautllMt brown, 15'- -, hands high (gelding suxriar bete and muKleacd stands for tie small sum of Plred by II utile's Denmark, known as On Time. Klritdata Mollle Mounts by Cabbie's Islington, 2d dam by Young Am. rlca, be by Taylor's Mrs. sengrr; .11 dam by Mlller'a Denmark, wblrh gives htm a JuAU errui ot (As bat idlJU ttxK (11 uerlJ; 4th dam by Jim IleU, oreof thn best rce horses 01 hlsdav; aihdam auotrl fadJIe mare brought from lrglnla, pedlgroe unknown. Tbey will make tbe waaon of ISM at J. G. Far-rl- ', one mile from Stanford on the Hustonvllle pike, (tilt IMge Is a dark brown. 16 bands high, i years old this Spring and will stand at Abdallah Gloncoo ! Tlio noted breeder, will make the season ot IS! Vjill '. J' ple ' STEVE WALKER, 110-1- J. J. s- . 80 CO .... 60 . 62 Waddle, W. W 7 60 Sarsaparilla and commenced giving It to him. It Mirely worked wonders, for, lit a short titm h was completely cured." Sold bv all DruggMs. AYER'S Here's a hearty eentiniental welcome to the "sweet girl graduate" The barbed paragraphs of the Philistines will not prevail against her. Sho will be here, numerously and invitingly, as the June sun- jhin.e comes. She will come in on a foamy tea of cool white furbelows trimmed with Jrills and filagrees and crinkling whatnots, and she will glide out on an ocean of smiles What doea it matand,, beautiful flowers, ter that she will steal down to the footlights in'the old ehy wiy, with a bundle of hide ribbo.ed manuscript in her handa and a lopk of suppressed emotion in her pretty Jaa What difference doea it make if she tagtcs ber essay, as every sweet girl graduate has done since the world began, with "To you, loved classmates, and to our beloved alma mater we bid a fond farewell " "Wnuso afhir is it if she thinks more of how her drea" is setting than she does of the tcbqol life jusl cloaad. Why should any of the petty faults and egoisms enumerated Militate against het? She is the same dear, delightful and demoralizing creature that het sisters before her have been and that thuds who come after her will be and the world would be less happy without her. I kwlsvillo Commercial. APOLOGIZING FOB .. .i . Cnuimlngs, Henry G Carpenter, D. K Drye, Dr. W 8., J2 80 and SIC Dudderar, James, 7 5 and V 50..., Doolln, W. J., 81 25 and 52 50 . Dudderar, M. E .... Davis, Dr. J. W., 811,17 50, 83, 815 73... Delanoy, Jostab Darst, II. J Daugberty, W. J Dre, John., Dawson, William., Dunn, Harry DeBorde, O. W .., Drye, James J Dudderar, Joan..... Daniel. J. P . EdmUton, J. F Elkln, FenneJy Edmlston & Owsley Elmore, M. D Edmlston, D. B Eaion, James H Flenner, F. M., 85 and 87 60 Ferguson, J. C Green, Liberty Good, W. B Glrens, S., col'd ... . J. E Cowan, A. G Ccffuy, T. C-.- .. Carrier, S. II Canon, - 2 2 2 2 4 585 18 60 Wheeler, J. It Vrhltt, Calrln Warren, J. R , 82 60 and 82 60 WaJton, T. R. ............. 89 Walton, W. P CO Wloeu O. G.... .. 00 WaJU, It 00 White, W. P 00 YotbII, F. M., 81 50 and 86 Young, J. S Young, H. P 60 10 I 50 7 30 50 30 4 .... t 2 8 80 8 2 l'rleo 91 ; Six bottles, $0. Prepared by Dr. J. Aytr .t Co., Ijwell, C Mass., U. S. A. 13 00 3 73 10 80 83 25 25 00 1 35 Total amount Atruollst. Att: . BLAIN, Clk. L. 85.4C7 23 C. C. Bucklen's Arnica Satire. The best Salre In the world tor Cuts. Braise 12 00 Sores, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, Totter, Chapped 3 75 Hands, Chtlblalna, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, 3 80 and positively curei Piles, or no pay req ulred. I, 2 80 Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money 2 0,0 refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by 4 00 Fenny A. McAllster. 00 2 00 4 HALLOS It Is a medicinal preparation, and, at tlio same time, an elegant and cleanly toilet article. Its action upou the scalp Is healthful. It nourishes the glandd which support tho hair, ami causes thin, dry hair to become thick, soft, and vlgoroui. It restores tho color of youth to lock? which havo become faded with age or dl.icasc; and relievos and cures itching, caused by humors of tho scalp. Dr. George liny, Nashua, X. II., writes: "It gives mo pleasure to testify to tho wonderful effects produced by Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ilencwcr, as observed by me In very many cases.'" It will chrtaixly restore Tltn HAIR TO ITS ORIOIXAL COLOR. It cleanses tho head of dandruff, ntul leave the hair toft, glossy, and beautiful." F. T. Sandhcln, 1010 Spruco it., Philadelphia, l'a., writes : " After unavailing! trying n number of preparations to prevent my lialr from falling out, and, realizing that I was fait becoming bald, I tiled, us a last re.iort, Hall's Ilalr Ilencwer. I have used only four bottles of tho Ifrncwer, and am perfectly satisfied that It Is tho bwt preparation In the market for checking tho falling out of hair, invigorating tho hrt.tr roots, and promoting rt new growth." EENEWEE. Gibson. Sherrod Gann, Clay Goier, B. G Good, Wonderful Cures. and retail Drug- W. D. Uoyt 50 2 50 gills ot Rome, Ga., aay: "Wo have been selling 182 18 Dr. King's Mew Discovery, Electric Bitten and two years. Have niv- 632 0) Bucklen's Arnica Salve for sell as well, or give such 2 00 or handled goods that universal satisfaction. There have been some 2 00 wMiderlul cures effected by these medicine In this 12 60 Consumption Several cases of pronounced 2 00 city, ontlroly cured by the usoof a lev bot5 00 have been New Discovery, taken In connec2 80 tles of Dr. King's Electric Bitters. We guarantee them 7 30 tion with always. Bold by Penny A McAUster. (1) 5 09 & Co., wholesale 1 25 7 80 5 00 2 80 80 139 50 THE OLD MAN. A Goocb, D. 0 Dakpta judge, in the course of his charge to Goocu Bro's..... uood, ueo. a.........(,..,.mm...m................m..m the jury recently, touched on an important uoocn, ,, m.. .......... ..mm. ....m.. ........ ........... point. He said: "Although the prosecu- Greabam, Wm. B , 8J and 85........ ....... ,... tion has established the fact that the de- Gooch.S. H m fendant's father was once a member of the Garnett A Stephens Garnett, ,W. M Legislature, this should have no influence Glrens, S. W., Jr M...M with you in bringing in your verdict. The Goocb, 8. D ,...,.... 2 00 ., 4 po anfortunate affair in the life of hia father u:od, w. h...... .... 5 00 might, of coore, make us lopk with suspi- uoocn, James il .... ....t.M...t.tMM A 3 CO the family, but at the same time it ulais, ...(. J. II., 810,8155 cion, on Uutcblogs, and 81 (0 47 31 jeally pro red nothing against the defendant, Hunn, Ed, col'd , 5 no 2 60 M he may as deeply deplore the conduct of Harris, J. A.... Eitel-lin- e Hill, J. M .... 2 60 paternal relative a any of us." Hubble, Larl, 8750 and 812 19 50 (Dak) Bell. Howard, F. B,82 asd 82 4 00 , 75 0JJ . Fair Applicant I desire, sir, an absolute Hlatt, T. Jeff Holmes, T.Mc 10 00 M .separation from my husband. Hunt, Marlon , 10 op Attorney Upon what ground, madam, Holtxc'aw, Frank j q do Vn base your plea? Holmes, Mr. Sue, 120 acd 81 4 4tv 1,126 41 "We are uot suited to each other. He Hill, Thomas D, 3 78 20S doeinot appreciate the finer rensibilitiea Huffman, J. U .,. . Hubble, J. JI 2 0 f my more delicately organized nature, Henry, A. ., 4 QO J perhaps that is sufficient?" Uamon, John,.,....., 2 CO madam, in the abieoce of more naaiy, u. ........ .....,....m....... ...... 8 00 "I 16.) substantial cause for complaint, an action Johnson, John M, 8) 60, 81 and 86 40, Janus, Geo. W . 203 07 would "not lie." Jones, Robert 04 "Not litl It I you, sir, I engage for that Jonei, Murray W... 200 Bits. Jamea, J. W 3 15 lurRtre."-T- .d 3 75 between Klrkpa trick, DtTld... An Irishman eaya the difference King, Jennie 2 tO St.' letter and l?owderJy ia that "one has Klng,Jamis Q...-- .. 4 Lackey, L. F., it haae of the kay of heaven and the othfr Loxao, Hugh co.'d. 6 Chronicle. the K. of Lackey, if. D 300 35 The bushel of corn which the distiller Lackey, 8amuel E, Llrlcgston, J. O... ! 10 iuys arcm the farmer for thirty cents ia Lytle, J. A.,. 4 Lynn, John G ... for $40.50. aoU to the drinker UocJ, J, h I. D ., An Enterprising, Reliable House. Peony A McAIIstir can always be relied upon not only to carry tn stock the best of everything but to secure the Agency forsnch articles as have merit, and are popular with the people, thereby sustaining tbe reputation of being al 5 00 waj enterprising and ever reliable. Having se63 cured the Agency for the celebrated Dr. Elng'i 10 00 Tjitf Discovery for Consumption, will sell It on a 4 5Q positive guarantoe. It will surely cure any and 4$ fa ertry affection ot the Throat, Lungs and Chest, 28 00 and to show our confidence, we Invite you to call 25 00 and get a Trial Bottle Free. (1) wall-kno- ... Positive Cure for Piles. Tothepeopleol this county we would say that va have been gtvon the Agency of Dr. Marchlsl's Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Blind. Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 80c a box. For aale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's i, Female Remedy, t cure Female such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and Displacement or bearing down felling, IrregalarltleVBarrenneai, Change of LI k.Leuchorrbooa, besides many weaknesses rp ringing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, 8pl-p- il Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous Debility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. Tor sale by Druggists. Price 81 and 81 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. J. B. Marchlii, Utlca, N, Y for pamphlst, free. For sate hv fenny a uoauaier, uruggisu. Dls-aase- Buckingham's Dye KOU TUB WHISKERS commends Itself to all who Inivo occasion to use a dye for tho bard or mustache. It will change gray, faded, or sandy whltkers, to a beautiful brown or black, .11 desired. The colors produced are li'Uural and lusting. It cannot bo washed off, contains no destructive Ingredients, is rhr.tp, safe, convenient to use, and effectual. FUEPARED BY The sire of trotters, roa.lsten and more fine y and I will also stand my flnejcxk, flntcUu tUstern hortM than any otar stttllon of ISM four In Kentucky, will make the mi Irs weal of Stanford, directly on tbe Knob Uck plko.and wlll.on tbe depression over Is ban,!, a everything, be permtitcsl t) serve mares at tbe At 8lO to Insure. asHe IS style as lnrh. high. wliu fine bono and much a horse. He extremely low trie ot a nrat.claujack acl a la l,rr,.lrr and wlllservejenuets at CO. Havesorn three of Us $lo tho Season or 8-- 0 to Insure. colls from Jennets that do honor to any Jack Mart parted with renders thr. w.nm due. Tbo who aave traded marra bred last season are Grass furnished at II per month Duecaretaken reminded that my money Is due and rrp-clrto ptevent accidents or escapes, but will uot be Care taken to prevent acetdrnls, bnt no4 responshould any occur. Deterlpllim and I'Mlgree Nobby U a Jet black sible should any occur. F.. S. l'O star In forehead and two whit fot, Id bauds high, bands 1 Inrh high, fine mane and tall, goo I, bony Irg. beautiful head and neck, excellent shoulder, In symmetry i and back and loin tn tact will gusrantre there doefn't live n ttailton SMtadofa better disposition, and these qualltw he Invariably Impart to his progeny. Nobby Is the lire of ol Nobby, Jr , recoid IM'j, and sold Will make the season of r,i4frkA mIia.. haff.JlA.1 wv tlll tnm nt kla IMS at my Uvery Stable colts trotted last rtmsun, wltb Utile training, In In Stanford, Ky., and will permttte.1 to serve a 2 SC. another tn 2 3J and one In 2 31, and was sold t for 2,309. ills sucklings wore the ties at tbe llmlud number ol maitiat Hustonvllle and Danville Fairs over rings of twenty and twentyfour colls. Nobby waitlrn' by Oar- - 815 tlio NcitHun. Mara, rard Chief, the sire of liull Dike, 2 Xff s.t lied Crook, 2SSi; bill Arp, Due when service are brlno Hippy, 2 ii 2 31; (iarrartCblm by Mambrlno Chief, sirs of dered, t to Insure a Ijkdy Thorn, 2 16V; Woodford Mambrlno, 2 21 K, . when nndothrraiu the 2 JO list. First dam by Frank: mare In foal, due living the fact Is iamrialn-.l- coll or ?VM to Insure a the 2d dam by Aralus; M dam by Ilysdyk's llsuible- - oaled. Danville Wllkeicoll,a due when mahogony-ba- Is Is beautiful .br's dam a tonlan: Ith dam by Dlomede. sUndlng 15", bauds blgb.of srt.t trotting ac tborounhbrnl mare, raid to le bjr Imp. Tranby Hon and has 39; I'artlmr with mates shall forfeit the Insurance 27 with little trotted hia mile in 2 and nuarte-- s in handling at 4 has already In allcawiand a lien retained on all colts until distinguished himself as a years, breeder srrvtcochsrgw tspill. For further information, terpart of Alcyone, but a larxer horseHe Is a counIn every reV. I,. CHOIV, callon or address spect and his gait and blood lines also similar and Vt W. M. McAs-ac,- ; Is the aam rr.uoTo from the great Ueo. Wllkee Manford. Ky. March, 1&C that I'hIIThompson la. Hlsfirstand onlyj.yenr old that has bcon bandied iiMilll In honor of one of the fairest and brightest Jewels JInatn,l ' worthy namesake of royal ?! -ran "'"J,' bv a colored l.ov.a f.l close to J 40, beingI bandied !.. .h. 1, .. level brad and a good gait. This fin stalllnn will Danville Wllkea la by Lyle'aOeo. Wilkes. Jr ; make thr staton ol I Mil at ilamolDaovlll Wllkrsbv Hkedaddle; Hkudaddle my n'ace. tbrvn mllia from by Oliver; 1st dam of tikcdaddle by Medoc:2ddsm Htsnford on tbe HUoioM Trumpeter: 3d dam Aratus; 4lh dam Imp. Hpread A Danville pike, at luglc; Slh dam Wild Heir, nth kcllpae, and can l'i trace him further Info tbe thorough.br.-- l $15 to Insure a Mare Mrv. Fora, the dam if Danville I kee, first dam Meadley by Waxy, 2d dam Hbel. in Foal. tpn'i old Teligraph, aj dam Frank. Waxy, the He Is a black. foaW In f aire of Medley by Uerthutue, 1st dam by Htony 188J.slxlnin bauds high, by William Welch, by FetrelVddamTomllal. Hyadykd'eHamblctonuo; 1st dam Kate by Hill's wr.11 iiirnisuea ai si per month. Due care Vermont; 2d dam lllack Han by IMm'a York taken to prevent accidents, but will not be rtwpon. ahlre, by Imp. Yorkshire; 3J dam Little Kintly by slble should any occur, Waaoer, by Imp. Waaner; 4th dtm tiullv Speed 110U A. T. XUNXKbLEY. .Stanford. by Imp. Lnviatban; Aihdam by Packolrt; ttbdam 7tb dun b by (Irandrlvrr; Maryland Hhirnlx; 8th dam by llanntbal: lh dam by Silky, by How. el. (See Fmllv tipeod In Mrurn's Hiud Book, Vol. I, page 'Jl Vermrmt Usinbletonlan Is a very with fine style aud bon, good action sired William. Welck, wltb private record ol 23. The Combined Blallloa Harobla-toulaVermont being a grant sou of tbe grandert eire living, and Gill's Ver. ! luont oomblnrd, backed by thorough bioed, ought to make a tine stork horea. Foal.l May 8, 188D, Is a dark blown wltb small I will also stand at the same place a lino Jack, star? Ibandahlgb; extra heavy mahe and tall, Imp. Vlctaw. In form, with los-t- i In noniKHos. symmetrical under saddle. auperlor atyle, both the harness and He was aired by nobloSumpter Denmark, he by Doddsfd's Denmark, he by Qalru A Cromwell's be by the tho race hora Denmark, ha by Im. 1st dam by Mlller'a Deji Iorted Hndgeford. horM Denmark, his dam by l?.,rk' ! b7.tne Horliel, 2d dam by Montgomery's Oliver. 8d dam hy old Drennon. lireodeis will tsks notice that Ttrr'wTlaKeMksVatIHHssasaW. -. 1'rluca tioasCMce mora Denmark hlnn.1 .n. other stallion now In the atud, which all first' class horsemen will acknotrledgs has prolueel s mors saddle and comblne.1 .i-h. any other known In Kentucky. Has proven htm-aean excellent breeder. The saddle stallion, sSS' ran $10 tlio Season or $12 50 to Insure. Mcelroy, tlnt-clau d. "" ni:i.i, fultls Danyillo Wilkes! 3', 2i, fc ren-'V- y, Vermont Hambletonian. v.n n,,,i ".'"' .'N h. irK 2jf STALLI0NP0R 1886. lKld-(roli- n, Prince Dcimiark :rnos. CHAHIPO ! l nn !.- first-clas- lr 15BEisaMHssVV-Kssam?HeBs- WAIXACE DENMARK. t hr, The fine Imported Herman stalllnn, will make the aeasoioflSMat the stable of J. M Wray, at "Fink Cottage," 1 miles irora Stanfotd' at WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspefela and Liv K. P. .HALL to CO,, Nashua, X. IL, V. S. A. er Complaint? Shlloh's Vitamer la guaranteed to Sold by all dealers in medicines. ojue you. For sals by M. L. Bonrne. COUGH ean be so quickly THAT HACKING cured by Shlloh's Cure. We guarantee It. M. L. Bourne, (i i ?HE REV. GEO. II. THAYER, of Bourbon Iod.,sajs.- - 'Both myself and wife owe our fires "CHICHESTER'S EKULISH." toSUILOH'd CONSUMPTION CURE. For aale The Orlutuiil nnrl Only it '11111110. MullWljl RrlM! Bfniuurl.ni.r - hulliltui. at M. ! Bourne's. ! liu:iiiMtl u lADIES. A.k Indigestion AIM: YOU MADE miserable by C1SiUlitcr' KKltflirAdJ Ukt iiHtt.r ll.udl.t ci 1m1on rr, iu mr frEn.ni4r. in iyi. Constipation, Dlzxlneas, Loss ot Appetite, Yellow liunnf h PAPER... C'hlchtafr .rft.m...(. m,J NAME 1x11,1 uninriKiii- SklnT Shlloh's Vltallier Is a positive eurje. For Hold or Irncirl"l 'rrrrnhrte. .k r it L'i sale at M. L. Bourne's. hr1, I'lll- -. iu. t j m U Colt. Champo la a dark gray, 174 bands high, weighs 1,610 pounds and is mi years old the 29tk tUiUf next. He ta of fine style afid acltas), liwal In rue lolrm, well ribbed aad large body, wltb well shaped shoulders; head an-sewell set on. He was Imported by O, W. Stub, Co., ol WrMl-..l"- 0. III.. Heat 14. 13S. bl field Or 118-- tf Firti DnlinrH tiltZ to lusurea llit).StiHMOD, WUA I A irAKKFMLD. Of all kinds for saVws hM a the very cheapest. Ple.i'f give me a call before buying elsewhere, Foaled May 1, 1879. Ia a rich mahogony bay, 13 hands high, heavy uauo aud tail, Is strictly tirK and fancy, is both a natural and pleaaant saddler, breeds taney, and a more uniform breeder of saddlers can not bo found; has never produced a slog, leodt but what basahowu saddle action naturally, giving the blue-ti- e colt very year in the aad die rings from the oldest to the youngest of hi, ! ts high-ta- ll oftpiing. stylo on both aides 10 the third generation, la backed up by thorough-lin-l- s on loth sides, making him very active and sprightly In gait In form and finish a perfect mod. el. Was aired by Bumpier Denmark, the sire of Prince lenmark, (as given above). 1st dam by Br Wallace, he by ToJbunter'atilr Wallrci, be by Sir Albert (thoroughbred) 2d item by Vlrslolii fdamoryirg.nlus by Tranbv, tburourhbr-.)- ) be by the celebrated Miaou's Whip; 3d dam a Whin mare. lh above borsos will make tho season of 183 at my larui.S'f mlltafroiu lluslonv He, nrarCaraoo-ter'- s station, and will Im rwrmlttnl m ...... VZI. to lusura a living colt Marea committed 10 my care and breeding will receive my personal attention (Iraas at retsonable rate, ti be paid for before) no lor ... ti or e.atiea. Parting wlih ,. atiOtboao.noriAJa l.Mi JHiltlSt, Cl'K.trV. I. 113.2m ,, " '.... H...V. JV4IV.M VU9 J. STEELU CAHI'KSTKU. u,ir. ...,...,.. acct-'Ifh- l(,i sr