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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884061001 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 1884 $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. jfcmt 'VieeUii Jtitefio VOLUME XIII. A $nimil NEW HSCASTKU ADYkHTUKHEHTA. SERIES.-NUMBER- 257. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE BRILLIANT HOP. by the Merry Ilichelors GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. To the 10, 1884. voters of Lincoln Gounty. The Hop givm W. P. WALTON. 83. OO XEIl ANNUM When paid strictly Id advanc If w have lo wait tor llrufi. 83, BO will txi chanted. A freight cr docan't appear to be a bite 'biny but you hare no idea "hat it will hold" nn til jou come to crowd il oner," remarked a paaatnger an we jiaand a ''boarding cr" for track hand. "I'll (ill jou what I aaw once out in Nebraska. At a station called Button, on the uxteoiion of the liurllnnton road, the wbole town lor a month was one freight car. Ye air, juat one frelj;hi car run out on a couple ol old ralla lj the aide of the track. Itcontainid the freight and telegraph-oilieoffice ticket-offic- e and waitine room.fXjireM-office- , entateolEce, a grocerr with wei kwU real attachment, a alock ol drjr gooda. and the agricultural implement man had hi atoca rcattercd all aruund and hi office in the The railroad nicenlV family Hrd in the car, too, and hla wife took in boarder Nor that ain't all. The laat day I wa. ign on that car, 'Furnisher! there I aaw room to rent," but I afterward learned thti meant a bunk in the tent on then of I wouldn't exaggerate about thU freight cr jtittoi(jutnj in a little j)ke like that. Exchange. r, post-cilice Fkiiuht Car's Uai'auty "A cr What Hr. Was Thinkiwi Or. 'Ye. a man hanged once," remarked paaoenger from the Weat, "and I lever n tuu" want to oec another one It dnadful thing. I had known the p. or I mw h Tictim for MTeral year and had dealing-withim. He wa the alttigiwl man I ever knew, too. When he ci on the scaflold il happened that I aU)ot a little 10 his left, bjl pretty near in f. .nt of him. Well, air, all the time the preaenn wa praying he stood, within a minute of eternity, jual about to launch forth into Hir great unknown, and with the death glilttr on hit eye, gaxmg directly nt me with a shuddtr tierce, atony glare tht una. tothiiday whtn I til k ol n." "What do you think the poor .. ' f" lings were nt such an awful mouieiu ' 'Well, that y, ol coiinr. would be pretty hard to Hut I have always had aa idea that he waa wishing, aa he looked me right in the eye, that the proceeding could be appended long enough to gie him a chance to dun me for i'l I owd him." Hetuembah Unuirrrr.'s Slur-Snoia the onlr show hafing on exthai this htbition the talesman who has gone out of of politica, the Ohio man without an original Garfield man, that we fice and the ifU""1 c" th "forB1" hare bera in wbo ii working the reform act without a ralary and the prifate watchman standing wide awake on duly; we hate here a church harmo-ny- , choir singing and liring in perfect during the last not hating quarreled fifteen minute; here we hare an actress with but one husband; her own and only; Lo will arrive per next steamer, consign ed to this show, an Knglish nobleman who has not proposed to Mary Anderson, the natural (lowers. only living specimen jn the globe, and all Mi Ittie Rochester, white satin, en wondering eye for spread out before your n train; natural (lowers a iiuatovdollar. the small sum of Mis Cornie Cooper, white lace; natural Hawkeye. (lower. li"t of lhe I'"""'"'"1 Following 1" Mis Jennie Cirpcn!er, silver tdlk, velWil millionaire of the I'nlled SiRles. vet; pearls. liaiu II. Vnnderbilt, $200,000,000; Fat, Mi Sue Helm, blue mull, pink satin of California, CO.000,000; Fljod, of bsd'cs, natural (lowers. $o0.000 00; Mckay, of Culifor Mis Jennie Richards, white tarlatan; nia, $50,000,000; Aug isi Helunnt, JM, pearls. 000.000, Senator hlwnn, $15,000,000; SenMish I)jve Cirpeater, blue lUtin, Span ator Joiun, $20,000,000; Astor, of New ih lace; pearls. York, $7.000,000, James G. ifcnnett, ?M, Mis Lettie Helm, while nuu'a veiling, Jay Gould, $75,000 000; S. J. Til lace overdrive; pearls. den, $J5 000.000; SjIoii Humphreys, $15, Mis Miry l.eid, white tarlatan, white Sidney Dilllon, $15 000,000; Kd stlin bndicr; peirl. O00.OUO. ward Clark, $25,000,000; OiktM Anier, Jr., Misi Annie Brown, pink and white Si'j.OOOOOO; Perry H. .Smith, of Chicago, satin; natural (lowers. $15,000,000; Pierre I.o.Mard, $15,000,000 Mis Mny Helm, plaid mull, blue satin, bodice; ilowcix. Cattle Cossumitio.n -- The New York Mis Kaima Snillsy, embroidered tui.jlin, New York, Brooklyn Mttdtt Journal! mtiir.il tliwers, and Jersey City consume, in round miui lUCHMOND. hern, 9,000 beeves, every week, besides Mii Allie Djnn, cardinal mull, lice; sheep and hogs great number of calves, petrl. The supply comes mostly from Illinois KNO.WIM.E, TEXN. ami Kentucky, Chicago betas the distribMis Annie Ljgan, white dotted mull; uting point in the cattle trade of the Weft. diamonds. Few Hute cattle are slaughtered here. The following young gentlemen were Tlieie bceve will nverago in price from present. C. H. Held, J. C. Rmd, J. II. 800 to 1,500 pounds gros, and will gener- Cook, L. M. Reid, II W. Drye, J. G ally net from 01 to OS per cent, of thtir "Weitherford, J. S. Hullmao, G. B. Weath- live weight. erford.G. W.Kyan, W. II. Wealherford, If there be any special class of voteis W. I). Hocker, J. M. Page, II. II. Hocker to whom the republican platform doe not W 8 Drye, J. 11 Hocker, of Hustonville.. hold out some specious promises, never to S. J. Harlan, Win. Lambert, Lucian be fulfilled uprliiR to catch woodcock Logan, Lovu Lillard, Dave Logan, Stanley It U Archibald, Wiu Uriggs, Gill Boyle, Union wo have been unable to gee lliem. to blind the Worthington, W. W. Wiseman, W. B. rchemo a shrewdly-concocteunthinking, mislead the eelfmh nnd per Hill, F W. Simttel, J. W. Guest, G. W. petuatetho era of corruption which has Kvan, Wm. Flble, SjuiI. McKee, Ed. Alkept step to the music of the republican len, F. M WilsDn, L A. Hundley, of Danparty. Summed up in a sentence of means: ville. Get office; honestly if you can, but get Dr. K. E Francis, W. L. Evan, Wm Times. keep McElwee, Sam Duncan, J. K. Faulkner, and T. F. Spink, of LouUville. Positive Cure for Piles W. J. Kinnaird, S. O. Denny, J. E. To the people of this ounty w would say that Storms, Robt. Kinnaird, Jai. Duncan, Wm. been given the agency ol Dr. MarchUl'a we bavo guaranteed Berkele, J, H. Brown, Louis Laudrnm, Italian Plla Olntmett-einphatlcExternal, In curs or moaey refundet-Intcrn- al, Curtis Robinson, Ed. Sweeney, Jim. A. liliud, Weeding or Itching IMlei. I'llce 60 conts West, of Lancaster. a box. No cure, no py. Penny A McAlUter, From Richmond, Robert Dunn. Uur-lingtoa, , hand-painted ally of Stanford at the Ojera House Friday night was decidedly the moat itthctcht. affair in every pirticulir ever wittXH'cd hero The Hall was brilliantly lighted, the lloor wsxed to a nicely and when tl.o scores of beautiful belle and gallant beaux respond-ellotliery fine music furnished by Wolf A Trot's orfhesirj, of Lexington, the scene preei teil was one of ravishing beauty. All the towns In the vicinity were represented and our own girl were out in lurce, making a collection that in point of elegance, grace and lovliuess is rarely ever excelled. The young gentlemen in charge of the affair left nothing undone that would add to the comfort nnd plewure of the guests nnd they have the tutisfjetion of knowing that their labor were most abundantly rewarded, for the general express, ion wa that for genuine enjoyment the occasion will always be remembered as standing the lead. The best of order prevailed, each young gentleman seeming lo be on hi good behavior. Our reporter furnished the following list of thoe who attended and the costumes of hip. the bewitching little beauties who lent L'pon invitation of the board of trusuch a ch.rm to the delight of the even- tees of Garrard Female College, Mr. E. V. ing: Zrflers, of North Middletown College, via DA N VI i.i. n. ited our town last week. The board are Miss I.utie Duke, cream stin, pearls. Mis Pet Hright, pink caihmert; (lowers. in search of a good principal for their Mi Jennie McAlister, white mull, lace; fchool and they have sent circulars to a number of teacher soliciting proposals to diamonds. Our people Mil's Millie Duke, white brocade satin; take charge of the college. were favorably impreed with Mr. Zoller. diamonds Miss Jnie McCtrty, white Swiss, satin His experience in conducting a college assure.! us that he can make a success of our bodice; earU, He started nt North Middle-tow- n Miss Iinn!e Guest, wine velvet, chrystal institution. with a small school and a heavy debt. front; diamonds. he has a first class college with Ml Millie Kvin, cardinal and pink 190 pupil and 05 boarders. Should he Ottoman; diamond. Miss Sillie .MclJiberts.pink nun' veiling come to our town he will bring with htm no Ins than .'W boarders and perhapa 50 Spanish lace; pearls or 00. lll'MTONVIM.K. Miss Lizzie Twidwell, cream satin; diaFrigid facts. monds. A big thing on ice The North Pole. Miss Hessie Drye, India mull, Uc ; diaAn ice man is not always a nice mar. mond. Delaware is a great Slate for freeze Miss Lizzie Dre. while mull, lace overpeach. dress; pearls. A frigid frown i first cousin to an icy Misa Msck Logon, white embroidered smile. muslin, pearls A "chilled" plough is never used InjWin-ter- . Miss lielleCojk, white mull, iaco overdress; diamonds. A game of "freeze out" U sometimes Mis Jesse Cook, nun's veiling, cream warm work. satin; turquoise. Itisn cold day when a chunk of ice MisiStllie Cook, pink and bluo satin; doesn't get left. natural flowers. Few men are "cool aj a cucumber" when MW Cleo Ligan, white muslin, Swiss they get in n pickle. embroidery; diamond. A cold day for defeated candidates LANCASTER makes them red hot for revenge. Mis Mamie Olds, white mull, embroidA Harlem amateur gardener cut hi foot ery; diamonds. with a nign sickle the other day. Mis LelaMarksbury, mull, Sajm em A Gotham youth calls his girl "Ice broider); pearls. Cream" bcaue she is cool and aweet. Mis Nellie Duncan, white embroidered An impecunious youth's blood congeal mull, pearls. when hi girl eyes cream and ask him to Mis Iierlie Collier, white Ratio, mull; treat. fFrigid Tom Chrystal in N. Y. pearls. Journal. Mis Ella Moore, white mull, lice Is the Choir- - During the sermon one CKA)l ORCHARD. of the quartette fell asleep. Mis Jem Uuchan in, cream nun' veil"NowV your chants," said the organist ing, Irish point lace; diamond. to the soprano, "See if you canticle the SrANFOKD. tenor." Mis DU Huriiside, pink mull, lace "You wouldn't dare duet," said the contrimmings, pearls, tralto. " i'ou'11 wake hymn up," lugeited the Mil Mary Urown, white chtnere, Mtin, v. To-da- Lancaster. The concert given at City Hall Friday evening by the pupil of Franklin Institute was largely attended. The exercises consisted of the usual number of recitations, dutti, &c. The young men of this place who attended the hop given in your town Friday evening, were highly delighted with the kind attention shown them and they pronounce the hop the most successful one of the season. MissMallleJ. Smith, of Uryanlsviile, and Miss Lizzie Marksbury, of thi county, are visiting nt Mr Henry Sutton this week. Mi Bertie Collier ha returned from North Middletown College. George Bradley has returned from Kentucky Military institute. Harry Kemper is back from Lebanon, Ohio, where he hai been Normal School. Sam. M. Bur-de- tt ha returned to Lancaster to remain n while, Joe Walton, of Mason county, i visiting Col. 8. A Wallon. Mrs. Martha Siller received a fall Saturday, by which she sustained a very severe injury of her Dietrich the office of County Superintendent of D. P. WALTEK Public School. In October 188? I wa OttEWX'Jl fcJ'JL', elected School Commissioner for two years. LANCA8TKH, KY. JAMES II. McOHEAKT Office, Citlieus National liank. Office hours la a but the last Legislature saw proper to cut from 8 over a, Candidate for Congress In the Eighth Dlatrtetv u. and from 1 to 5 r. af. to 12 subject to th. wlllol the Democracy. oil several month of my term, in justice L. V. IIUBBLK. S. X. BOaDBTT. to me, therefore, I should be glad to be HUBBLE A BDKDETT. It. O. BICADLEY, elected by you on the first Mondsy in Au A.T LAW, gust next. As to whether my educational CARPENTER AND BUILDEH, LANCASTER, KY. Will practice In Garrard and adjoining counties uas moved bis csipcnter ail IU town and tat iMsy qualification fit me for this position, or and Court ol Appeals. Office not, the legally constituted examine will (South Hid Public quare. In the iloblnson block, jrradjr nt all tlmts to do earner ter tog, bouM baild- UMy 2,9-rs" iCFaiii'K, Ht. VBIJUU UIII1. determine in due time and a to my fitness otherwise you are to be the judge. I have made two race for county office in thii county and wm beaten both times and I did I offer for sale my Karm nt Hanging Folk btldjis think I would never run again, but I have on the Stanford A Hustonvllle pike, cootaddtsit s IH'4 Arm-no- t fine Land, 20 Am often heard it said that the third time yerv rich bottom, flood buildings, fencing-- . wt ror siocr, .ic. tor particuljrs, see John W bring the chaam and so I'm before you ley aa premises. If. .ft. JIKWMSt. once more asking for your vote. Respect1 Alllaas. UkfcK fully. Pjiilipu Jno. M. June 0th, 1881 I hereby announce myself a candidate of JUDGE Af. J. DURHAM I aCandldate tor Congre.t In the 8th subject to the will of the Democracy. UTJllOSON ATTOItNEXS WJJ ENTERPRISE Grocery. lioncastcr, Kentucky, For $3ale J illue-Uras- 255-4- No House Bits. There is an invention spoken of which it i thought may abolish the bit. It is called the carrago, or e torture. It ii composed of a steel band placed over the front bone of the horse' nose, and to tbi appliance the rein ire attached. The inventor claims for thi aubstitute for the bit that it gives com plete control to the driver over the horse without indicting the least discomfort or torture on the animal itself. It hag been tried with satisfactory results. anti-hors- DANVILLE GEO. D. BURDETT Lately been Making Extensive Additions To Their 8tock or PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacturer! of Dooi-h- , NitHli, IilindK, IVlnttew and Door Frames, Meld. Iiirh, Scroll Saw A Love or a Bonnet. A model bonnet, fresh from Part, is of d etraw, faced inside with dark green velvet. Around the crown is set a wreath of wood moss, glittering with diamond powder, and gold topped mignonette blossom inter mingled. At the back is placed a spray of crimson roses, overshadowed by two dark gold-colore- Work, Turn- And now haye the Best Stock in Cer liiK Lathe Work, tral Kentucky. They have Parlor and Bed Room Seti, Carpet, Flooring, Celling, Weatb- Cane and Penitentiary Chain, Marble Top, erboarcliuR, Dressed Lumber Centre Stand & ExAnd other tension Tables, Woven Wine. Cot-te- n Top and Hair Mattresses, Folding Bed LounAlso Dealera In ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else I Kept in a Store. re green ostrich tips. The green velvet string nre lined with pale gold satin and edged with gold lace. 1 believe the Lord inttnd the printing press to be the chief means for the world's rescue and evungelizition, and I think (he great last battle of the world will not be Building Material Fanning lamiber kili ohio fought with swords or guns but with type and press a purified Gospel literature triumphing over, nnd trampling doivn and crushing out forever that which is depraved. The only way to fight a bad buok is by printing a good one. Dr. Tal-mag- e. Granulated Sugar Prices. Call on us or write for prices. We keep avlargs stock and will do our best to pleaso you la prfe and quality ol material. rijAstxo Peerless Traction Engine. oasviltjE Danvlll. Ky. NJBYIt BEATEN IX A TEST. Five Hundred Dollars In (iold at the Cincinnati Kipoaltion In lttl, the highest award ever given to an Eugtae! The highest award at theitouth.nl Kxposttlon, LouUvllle, Kr In lfM, for th Best Traction and Koad Knginr! Fartlea desiring to buy KnglDca, Separators and Saw Mills wtll please address J. IIOVHMM, Utanlord, Ky., 128-- ca Gold watch clubs are being formed in some of the towns of the State. The plan is for fifty people to form a club, each to pay in one dollar a week. Every week a watch is purchased and the name of a member drawn from a hat. In this way in the course of a year each member gets a watch Richmond Register. mpm raon ir. East Mr HOCKKK A ANDKHfON, 1 m 1S6 Main il. Kentucky's Route Eut St., Louisville, Ky Washington, Philadelphia K.V. Th. only line runnings TO THE LADIES I Tkeatment ok Earache. that It is ssid by the following simple method al- amln reeelptof th plete line of handsomest and roost com- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAM most instant relief of earache ia afforded: SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY Put five drop of chlotoform on a little I have .ver bandied, to which I Invite your attenHaving its cotton or wool in thi bowl of a clay pipe, tion. aur that taken unusual care Inprove selection, I am an examination will mutualblow the vapor through the stem into ly advantageous (live me k rail. then X1SH BELLE JlVOtlKH. Med. Record. the aching ear. Wanfbrd, Ky. tf A SOLID TRAJJT Lenigvlllc, Cincinnati ttBd Iis iHgteH, Ky TO "In my time, Miss," said a stern aunt "the men looked at the women'i face in stead of their ankles!" "Ah, but my dear, aunt," retorted the young lady, "vou see that the world hat improved and is more civilized than it used to be; it looks now more to the understanding." A courier, of followed agen wjlh a view of for some block availing themselves of the first opportunity to relieve him of his purse. He suddenly turned into a lawyer's office' "What shall wo do now'" asked one. "Wait for the pick-pock- WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting In same depot with WeTy J. Hxan, Advertising Agt., 3.0 W The Sireot Route to Lynchburg,Da ville, Norfolk, Yorli. address VY. fut trains) tm ban. 'I could make a better pun than as sure a my name's Psalm!" remarked the boy who pumped the organ; but he said it eolo that no one quartet. (.Life. that tleman say, "At! you are takirg a collection for foreign missionaries; what are you church folks doing in tucli and such a neighborhood'' Now, I have Ukeu notice that the man who won't give to foreign missions generally won't give to home missions. They are the men who always quote "Charity beings at home," and with them it always stays at home. Henry Ward Beecher, - Ihei- men y lawyer," slid the other. What will cure lhe Whooping Cough? Thit ! erery day. We can answer that a queitlon we bare lound the remedy In Paplllon Cough Cure. It cerer fall) and can be administered to lnlants without daugvr. It is perfectly harmless. For Rick Ilradacho and relieve all the trouble Incident to n bllloua atuta of tha eysUm, such as DU-lineNaasea, Drotvahves, Distress after rating, Tain in tha Side, Ac. Wblla their moat ruaajfc-abl- o euccesi baa btvn shown in curing CURE All Virginia and North Carolina; Points. For ticket, and lurther Information. aply to your neareat ticket office, or Ticket and Pats. Art--. JInlu Nt Loulavllla, Kr O. W. SMITH, U. W, FtlLLER. O.n'l Manager, Oen'l Faas'r Atft. Richmond. Virginia. -L- W. E, ARNOLB. aVl salebj Mcttfllerts AStsgg. I'apllUn Blood Cure cures all distant origina ting in any Impairment of the blood, aa Fits, EpI- lei)', Annmla.slck Headache, and Female Weak nesses. For snlo nt Mcltoberta A tita?g'g. A home for defaulting bank officials is During the season for mo'iultoti and other very thick suggested. It should have walls, none lloor', iron window ban., and a, stinging Insects, and of poisoned plants, It your skin Is Impure, a bite will swell and fester unless nice stone querry or coal mine hard by you apply 1'apillon Skin Cere. A single applica changers could exer- tion n 111 neutralize the poison. For sale by Me- where the cise from fourteen to sixteen hour every Kobcrts A .Stag?. Jlradaehe.yct Carter'eLlttlc Liver nilaaro equally valuahlo In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct alldlsordira of tho stomach, etlmulato tho liver vcn If they only cured and regulate tho bowels. SICK EAUK TRUTH ABOUT T11E & HJ. AchnthfTWonldbcalmostprlcclcfatothoaowho y eiuli r from thla dlstrceelni; complaint; but their goodness dot- - not end hire, and thoso valuvrho onco try them will And these little nlll able) I n ao many w aya that they will not be willing to do without them, JJut after all alclc head fortn-natel- HEAD ACHE which passengers from lhe line of the Cincinnati Southern Hallway have niiilbiisTrnnia frr lit Cliicliiiintl both rosds enter tboaamsi dext the Urand Central Passecgor station. I be statement by rival lines that there is an omnlbu the Cincinnati transfer In Cincinnati, Southern lt'y und Ohio A Mississippi Il'y. ia a deliberate misrepresentation. ctnnatt sndSt. Louis without transter foriMueen-ge- rs and bsggaie nt Interuitdiate points, lly any other route via Cincinnati you have a midnight change, of cars. Tlie Only Lino '$! HUti? & The Only UnoBKialSgS 7 day.-N- .J. Though we seem grieved hi the shortness of life in general, we are wishing every period of it at an end. The minor long to be ofage,then tobeabuine4 man then to make up an estate, then to arrive, Addison. at honors, then to retire. 1831 TJIK I'UI.TIVATOK AND 1884 ! COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Till: I1KSTOFT1IK Is thobano of to many Urea that here Is where we make our great boaaU Our pUla euro It while other doaot. Carter's Llttlo Liver l'Uli aro Tcry ernan ana Tery easy to take. Ona or two tillis Bianco aosc. They aro strictly vcj; tabic and do not plno or purjre. but by their Rcntlo action plcasoallwho nanihem. in vlalsat 21 cents: flvo for 1 1. Bold by drucclata wiry where, or sent by mall. Only IIno,!s,A7ii?K Tlieleasing Cincinnati at p Louis, p mnodO m. ers AHiciii;rciiiui:i;ii:Lii;s Tho Country Gentleman is the leading Journal e. C.UtTEU MLDICISE CO., Ken York. management, and in consequence is the only Una which can guarantee n continuous trip, Four Solid Dally Trains Cincinnati to St. Louis Kvery Car In theteTralna Kuna Through. Tartar Cais are Run on Day Trains. 1'alace Bleeping Cars on Night Trains. No change or Cars loi any class ol has a seat In a Through Car All passengers are carried on Kipress TralnsI The Shortest and Quickest Lln from Cincinnati to St. Louis! Io ouinlbua transfer in Cincinnati lor iwasergers Irom C.8.KH. passengers. Kvery passenger Tho Only Lino from the Niuth tailing to connect with the Ural train, can take the second, which makes connection v. 1th all morning trains from St. Loula to the West and Northwest. ItifttVSai tsi... There is nothing so elastic as the hu- of American Agriculture. In amount and practical (ontents, In extent andatdllty of corrosion-demIn quality olpspcrand st le of publicaman mind. Like imprisoned steam, the believed to tion, It occupies the first rank the more it rises to re- ha io no superior lu either of tho Ills chief divismore it is pre?ed three of sist the pressure. Tho more we are oblig- ions Vroim ami 1'rocenHcn, ed to do the more we are able to accsmplish. Farm IloitlrultiircA'J-'rult-Ofoirliiu- , T, Edwards. I.tvo Stock ami Minh'iilttu; while it Includes nil minor departments of rural Reformer are of three sorts hypocrite interest, such as tho 1'oultry Yard, Entomology, House and Grapery. who inary Henllra, (Irreu Uusstlout and Answers. Veter- , who mean nothing, conservatives Firt-aFarm mem too little, and cranks who mean too ryde Heading, Domestic l'.conomr, and a summaof thi nswa of the weak. Its Market Keports much. It is hard to tell which class is nro unusually complete, and iiiucli attention Is paid to the prospects ol tho crops, as throwing Don Piatt. more fatal to reform. light iion ononfthe most Important of all uuet-tloy Whtnlo Iluij unit When to Sail. It I) Illustrated, and Is Intended to supply, In a Daughters, Wives and Mothers. continually Increasing degree, and in the best Dr. Marchtil'i teusooftbe term, u We emphatically gurant a fenial rerue Jy, to cure Female Diseasliber-erall- SUFFERERS From Nervous, Clirniilo and llluod Diseases, Itrnln und Ilrnrt Affections, Wrstlc I.uiiks, Nrrvous Iarbllltj-- , llrokt-- Down CiiiiiU. lattunaand Weakness of tbeKldnrya, Kind, der & Urlimry Ortratsu,ask your Drucglat lor Dx-- . OKAS. W. SCOIT'es BINOWNiO 13, WORLD SPECIFIC NO. C0CA,BEEFilR0N A BLOOD, BKAIN NEKVE TONIC. If jour Dracutit dos sot ke.plt.ik htm toord.rlt per bottle. C'oea.Ueef and for ron. $1. Is th, Oraatost Medical Discover ol mod.rn times. For pamphlet, with full particulars, addraoa CHAS. W. SCOTT. M.D., Kanaoa City, Mo. Ii-ot- a The Direct KoutoffiSff'WS via Iioutsvllle. 2 8t. tWitla Xlioaj3laoira,) & DrussUH. such at Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling anJ ilUpbcerusnt or bearing ilowa frellng, Irrejalarlttles, Btrrenneis, Change of Life, Leucorrhct'j, teildes many weaknesses springing from the abore, Ilka Headache, llloat-luS ti3.il Weaknesi, Bleepleuoen, Nervous deby bility, Palpitation of tha Hirt, Ac. For drugglttt. Prices !t and Jl 80 per bottle. Send to Dr. Marchlil, Utlci, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. For eale.by Penay A McAlUter, Drufjlita. es, LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, vtt Or. acoTTszirjsu rxzLn. IxjuIs In 10 hours.wiih through Day and Sleeping Cars. AtTstatements contrary to the abovo ar deliberate misrepresentations, and persona making tbem are unworthy the confidence of tho public, not only In these, but la other nutters. 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ALSOI. raaamger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway, W. W.PKABODY. Do Not bo Deceived llhh Pre.', and U.W W. AtC,r AtV O.a'l Paa. ufimimii Arthur telegraphed the New Ycrk W: call the attention of tbe proprietors practice. From Jackann county he waa Ti'mw to the fact that oti delegation "if Maine is nominated on the elected to the Iilinol Legislature, aerving of the Louisville frim 1852 to '57. Ho waa prosecuting at- two occasions during the past week, when next ballot have Dulchrr ask lo make the p' unanimous and thank mr 185G was a presi- everybody was more than usually anxious nomination Juno 10, 1884 torney for a while and in auiifonl Ky., dential elector. Elected to Congrest in to learn the newa from Chicaco, the express friends forme." Heaf.erwirdstdegraphed PHARMACISTS 1859 and in 18G1 an a democrat, he chang- messenger Miled to put their papers oil his congratulations to thn plumed knight. W. P. WALTON. Cienrrn Wni Curtis statea that the ed his politics in 16G2 and resigning his here. The Time is daily growing in favor Diutmn ra feat, entered the army with the rank of in this section, so much so that unless the ticket can not carry New York, and that QLAtfJE AUD LOGAN. TTIrit'f DruBs. Bookn, to Major matter is remedied the messenger will be while he shall not oppose it he can not Colonel, from which he nrosc a tho Ticket Offered by tho Republicans. General. He waa in a number of battles taken off here some of these night and im- give it hi support. Koosevelt state that the ticket can not carry an independent I'lirsyrlsrn' rMcilitlom As inptoated Sn our UrI, the btlle of during the war and in the attack on fort mersed in a frog pond. uritfly;ccniiiinj.d 't,7 y v1'VPa , Alio Conven-Ho- n vote in New Y'ork or in the country. After Donaldson was severely wounded. i he baJlotu began an foot) as the 4 spgKrjjTrtv KentucKy delegation A majority of the - number 1 Ji:wiy.i:icM of Moxlej's bill reducing tinnd on a mil of tho war he was elocted to the 49th and iMcnible'l Friday got left after all. Bradley, who generally Sulci! the firat rcsulleJ: Maine a32j Ar- lint Conereae-- and afterwarda to the Sen- keeps hia weather eye open to the main Customhouse districts put all the Ken-- TDKthur 278; Eluiunil, 93; Logan, C2J; Sher ate in which he Served till 1877. At the chance, flinging to Arthur to the last and tucky revenue district In one, with headt Slock or WatcheB, man, ao; Lincoln, i; Ucn. nnernMn, --'; conclusion of this terui he resumed his Denny, an original Blaine man, changing quarters at Louisville, whrie the Collectritickri, Jcwrlrj Slhcrwaro or's salary will ho $3 000. We sincerely (I M!ry, 13, lo a choice, 411. Jaw practice at Chicago, which he pursued over to Logan just as the tide swept the KTerbrouuhl to thla market. I'rlrea Loww than will become a law. Keiittjcky voted Bairie 5Jj Arlhnr 17; Lo up to hi aecond election to the Senate, in plumed knight to victory. As a prominent hope it tho U..t Wtchn, ClocVa ar.l Jewelry on ahort Dotlpeand Warranted Blaine received news of the nomina "n,2j, The Pfcond ballot read: UUine, 1879 His present term expiree March 3, republican remarked the other day, both 01; 18S5 Arthur, 27C; Edmund?, 85; He i principally known for his will now have to walk the plank from tion while ewinginc in a hammock at his I 819; home in Augusta Hereceiv d ne' rlr a 1,060 John Sherman, IS; Haurley, 13; Lincoln, devotion to Urn nt end a third term, his their line of promotion. congratulatory telegram before night. A J; Gen. Sherman, 2; and the third, Maine, opposition to tboreatoration of Fit John Tub democrat who reaches the per procesion of firethniMtnil people marched 375; Arthur, 271; Edmund, C9; Logui, 53; Porter to the army, hi bloody shirt record, J, hn 8herm.in,25; Hawley, 13; Gen. Slier and the manner in which he murders the simmon at Chicago on the 8th of July, to his hous? to greet him. Ho responded will have to get two thirds of tbe votes of with a short speech. man. 2: Lincoln, b Here the Arthur men, King Enyliah. the convention instead of a majority aa the Befugo Gartnz, a Mexicm murderer, Maine would certainly he nanitinB that The Chicaco lYibune sava the nominanominated if an adJMirnment wag not ef- tion of Jauie G. B'aine ia the triumph of republicans have it. In this county where was executed at San Diego, Texas, for the i:ai mi in fected, moved heaven andearth to that end, public sentiment; the Kansas City Journal majorities are supposed to rule the latter murder of Etifino Dims a year ago. He Ilanhvuro, Ifoi-N- t Nhofs, Uroci'rlc. .SiiiIiIIim. Uitlllinoic, on a diVpalch from Qen. Lo-.- d cs not recollect that there was ever a seems to be the most approved way and confessed to anothci murder in San AntoIron, IVuIIh, tn'iiiMUiir, Itiiu'Ky WlilpH, came to the rercur of Blaine apd the stronger ticket; the St. Lonia Republican the democrats would do well to change nio and to several robberies in Mexico. HiiRBr IVhet'N, Nfovow, 'iuie 11111m, UiiriiCHK, back to their old order of doing the busi- Ed Ell, tho colored murderer of Ellziheth, motion to adjourn was lout. Amid the think that the democrats should be more Spoken, Unites, JIIIIm, Lap C'ovorn, ness. George and Annie Barber, was executed M wildest of excitement the fourth ballet was thau Ratified with the niminations; the Kims NIoiHMvnrf, Torn NlicilcrM, Collar, the nun from Main wax de- Cnicago Time says the candidacy of Blaine who came Clinton, Ln. ordered and It seams that no The republican platfurm i broad Oliver Chilled. clared nominee, having received 514 Totea la a menace of evil to the republican; the into office by the death of his chief can Champion Stcsl and Brinloy C imbinod Plowi, Woodon and Arthur'? ')7; Edmunds 41, Logan 7; New York Jlerald remarks that every man ever be nominated for president. With enouifh for pagan and Christian, Jew and tf Cast Pumpi, nnd tho Celebrated tf'iyfield Elevator. Tin Roof- Hawicyj 15; Lincoln 2 Hals flew in the who Gentile, allopath and homeopath, wholecirca for the purity of publiflife and three precedents against him, Arthur tried inland Hit term? will hava promptattention. a , men unouteu ineuueivea noarg, with the tame old rejult. His party saler and retailer, capital and labor, to air, II. II. the welfare of the country, ami especially it, Nitlmmrn fI Joint Ur'tmi.-fman but Julm If every boomed on the etreeta and men on the all thoe who hone for the redemption of evidently thought that the prize he had stand upon. Itrlfiht.Ji: vutaide went wild with excitement. When the republican puly from the evil ele drawn in the lottery of assassination waa Chinaman can't find something there n to his likirg, he mut be mighty hard to rTderwaa in a measure restored, a motion ments that have already nearly dragged all he deserved. Cincinnati Sun. please. t make the nomination unanimous was it down the depth', inuet poignantly reEx Gov. Blackburn says that the negro carried and again the houie ahook with an gret a nomii.attcn like this; the Chicago Lynch, who presided as temporary chairOld bena should he fattened and killed pUuae. Then at 4.35 P. M the body ad Inter Ocean aiy a no man stands so near the man of the republican convention, has off in the fall. A hen of two year has journed till 8 r. x, party aa blacked his boots many times when he was seen her best day, but a rooster is nane , hearts, of the members of hia After the announcement that Gen Blaine; the New York Sun ia convinced a young man and lived in the South. the worse for being as old as three years. ,i Logan had telegraphed the Illinois delpga- - that with prudent counsels, a good candiTiir. Louisville Time thinks that it had When a horse can he cot out of a burn-- 1 4)i)ii to cast his vote for Maine, it took no date and a judicious and patriotic platform, j Rage to see that it was a bid for the second the democracy may new win a great victo- a hand in selecting the republican ticket, ing stable it no ether way, he will, it i because it called on the convention lo put said, always so out readily if some cnj place and accordingly when the Convention ry for the country, hut we warn them that mti at night, he was immediately put in it wilt be no holiday tak; the New fork a negro on it and Logan the blackest white jumps on ni iuck ami rme rim oui. AT nomination by Senator Plumb, of Kana, Times, Eiening Pott and Commercial Advcr man in the party waa chosen. The township treasurer of Newirk. O . i .I.:-:. f... t. each State in turn aecondug it. No other tuer all oppose the ticket, the Courier Jour .!.... . The able editor of the Breckenridgc i seminations were made and on a call of nal thinks it very weak and the Commercial .iVew, Wallace Gruelle, E q., haa been The authorities are now investigating the Uie States 779 delf galea abowed up in his that the republicans might have done bet elected mayor of Cloverport and woe be un- amount of hi defalcation. Druggists and Booksellers, favor and hi nomination waa made unani- - ter. You paya your money and takes your to him who offends the law in tbe slightest Ministers, Lawyer, Teacher and otlurs .xiioua. New York voted GOfor Logan, 1 for choice of these expressions. particular. whose occupatiau give them but little exand 6 for Ureabam. Aud then, Foraker ercise, should ue Carter's Little Liver A number of democratic newspapers are NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. after being in recaion fuur days and night, Pill for torpid liver and billiousne. One saying that Blaine and Logan are the weakthe pow wow wis declared ended and the William Cassius Goodloe get' Bill began to leave for their homes est pair that could have been selected by Bradley's place on the National Commit- is a doe. "Big Mea" where thev are known at their real worth. the republicans for their standard bearers tee. and that they can be more easily beaten Congressman Woolford claims and ia THE NOMINEES. fion. Jas. Gilleapie Blaine waa born in than any that could have been named. It prepared to prove that Blaine waa born in 'Washington county, Pa., JuIt 31st, 1830 is true that Blaine has enemies in his own Kentucky. We hope he wont do it. The Committee on Civil Service ReIlarlng determine) to chtnge mr builcr, I ad graduated at the early age of 18 in the party, Conking being the chief, and that AND Mill. tltuileJ no ofler lor ulr (prlTitely) uiy Uoiveraity A Pennsylvania. Afterwards the independent vote will not be cast for form has reported unanimously against the Bruih CreeL, tn Ciwy tuuntr. Ky. Th Knliir him, but he has an immeLsa following of bills to repeal tbe Civil Service Act. UsUllonarj; Boilr 40x21; Khr ne lOxM liu-nitiir- e coun-tre-- bo taught echool in Miaon and Scott ! EJgtos Saw uj (irlit Mill and There is some talk that the indeThe rof erty U Kentucky, which waa not a auccesa admirer, not a few being democrats, who will support him. He is a pendent republicans, vexed at the nominaA Tiill financially and be waa forced to borrow Iu Good IttinuiiiK Order. crj (hi. iK and complete iiHsortiiifin or I'lirnlliirc, c in li racing vfrom Hi,- - hcnpcHl (o tin- - r....H. he eettled in much rooie popular man in the States that tion of Blaine, will vote for EJmunds and money to leave In 1853 n..k.u I vll! n? ' .iM .....- nerd lo Titular t.Tnt v anil ....r-- . ArP...'. nrr.llit. ...'. . Lincoln. became editor of the Kennebec count with their electoral votes than ko to I In- - inrK cHIcm to inula, our .ur Iimnch, no matter Maiea and to f iclxnie lor cood farm teck.iudi at Iulstrength waa principly with the Mrs. Long, of Darlington, Wis , who Horux. Cattle. Ac wluil (iimiiflty or quality you unut, ii I ran and "III duplicate Journal. Four yeara afterward he waB thur, whose l'rxDi wlihln tn nae s of the South, from which sec- murdered the son of Whitlemorr, her par- ntsa will finJ a gvod winning In tbe luialr tuilI.t ijItIpb in mi can omnia cinch here, frclirlit ImMiir added. A No iini-c- i elected t the Legislature and served till Mil Git l.OK.tX, 27G votes. It is no amour, has confessed the ciime and been 2M)-a full assortment ol Colli. m. ha waa tent to Congress, In tion came 19G of his 16C2, when HtiitoUMlIf, UJ. NhrotidN and ICoI.ch, uilirac democrats have only child's sentenced for life, Whitlemore is under ItiK "II the Svw Sty Ion, both cheap and expensive. Ware rouum which body he nerved from the 38th to use to siy the play ahead of them. In our opinion the arrest as an accessary. opposite Nt. AHitph Hotel. Slanford. Ky. the 44th eeaion, five year J of, which he t cUd ticket of Maine and Logan ia about as A dispatch from Havana suggests that a.' Speaker. In 1S7C ie vas elected to the as the republicans could make it and U.S. Senate and in 1SS1 was appointed strongdefeat we shall have to labor early the entire sugar crop of Cuba will not Lincoln Co, Farm For Sale. if we it equal the year's taxation. The sugar crop Secretary piSt4te by President Garfisld and late. is estimated at $24,700,000 and the Governand waa with him when the iLtlllet from mit Urn, I winch fal A KST The New York Sun denies that Mr. Da-r- ment expenditure are fixed at $30,000,000. nowoner lor IjidkmiTatelr Mladlrl.urgr on llr thr I TilH his vitals, and they on thv rpl! Guiaau'd pUtol pierced . . mllM irom iiimTii', ruuiainint: alut :iln vnb.. a letter written by Mr. has seen or reid The Cincinnati --Vim Journal has been he ran like e scared' hound instead do ay GRAIIn & the New York State democratic sold for $25,000, to EJgar Johnson, trusSEED of offering to defend his friend from the Tilden to nta water, in convention positively declining the use of tee for the guarantors, but really for Rood, all atioalteol cullittlu, lmpr"" trm I I tl r V r A .l.frjr ram d Ulna, I. I liecnaarr outl.ulMici,'". two l.ir 'I ' ' - a J C iiniira asuarun.', Shortly after Garfield's death ordir; nty ol tlutwr e In Maine resigned and returning to his home hit name for the presidency or .that he has John K. McLean, proprietor of the En laud. tf ni rn arrindrn, l ut I.' ic 'I. I at no, n., nar,t ... . .inoMwi" tiii:i,siii:h ...... 1.... ... . reifon to tliini: such a letter has been writ quirer It will htreifter be known as the In nuall iiraln mid UUnc lo r. a Alao a'nut Id'l I l.aU t I. iri'ii In Maine ha situ devoted himfclf to writ. ii .ni-- v. in .. !rv. ".i. : .- .".' -- ... ' " ..1.'..... Acin o Land alui rt nillvt l . lli.at 'iivill uo Iran on ten, but adds that Mr. Tilden will in no Sun. HiisUiDrllle A Hrudiirdrill plkr ai uiMAiin ing a bdok entitled ."Twenty YeM iu ConNew York will go 75,000 majority for cleared, tailante In luuUr. U'.M.d make a igoo4 fc-' r ii! tttilS fH'Jti. ROBINSON i. CO.. Richmond. InJ. , I7JJ e,- gress, from Lincoln to GarQeld," and work case accept the nomination. The country fI little lioiiir. Alw lau acre of Bov timber adjo be wild to have him made the can- the democratic nominee of the National fine lot of tnctitt llmbr en It. A 19 U.I preeideuthl boom for himself seems to ing up a .fffir? rrr- !nud It!b$ resolution U irrevocable, Convention of July 8 Your correspond atioiit 1,300 AcrM DdcIt thubrrt rty. It li .1 srar fiue tlic rojd trom HoIIIdk Vnrk to Ln Mr Blaine cJtue cf a distinguished family didate, but if his unke- - thM statement ujnn HUthority boil of llrtilr and ttie moat of It iy weJI locawe have a number of other good men in ent and ia a born gentleman. The canal boy The tiiant-m of the leading republicans of the State now ted for cultivation.lie In Cater 1.1 intjr. l I tiarttol &' will timbered landi all iSES I aud the mil splitting our prty that can lead us lo victory. There business of Girlield C-J- . anjr or nil tlieatioTe Uiidion retoonabl lerm,at is no better or purer man in the country in Chicago. a Gar-Relam determined Inioll. Aut ooe lblrj(; tu experienci of Abe Lincoln canvnot thereWhat Som of Our Best Femur, and Oitixem of Lincoln nnd Garrard Saj Gen. James Watson ebb, the veterwould do well to ctre uie a call fore be worked in this canvas. Blaine ia than Hon. Thomas F. Biyard, of Delaware, 217-;. hutmitiii. in: i an journalist, died at New York, aged 83 H,inr imlrrliroilt Minn nl Lincoln and tiartanl. d llir.'-and with him and an available Western had our .l,.,i straight-Iacc- d lhre.t.ed lil, Km. i..i3 .1 Co. . S,w B.,naBj, Drain ,, an aristocrit and a , r VVlttJ ". e.l years. He was identified with many pubrndndr-hw.k 1, .1, Ut It Ure,l, f,,t SiiS" 1 iV.iy -- fl,r "l "l ! ,(l The presidential bee haa man we could sweep the country in NovemPresbyterian. r..firta...!i.erj ,1 will, W imw to . Bot th-- .., .... .i7- iber. ill. lic and political enterprise- during the ,'L '," J '..',.. ,,'. .,..h.e. nat - tol ir M. htlie, ,1 thU Un.l tl,.. tl,.., ,.,, i . G-.F- . buzzed in bis bonnet for many a long year, Ur i 1 .'. in. M.i. rauli.rV.MI TKAUOK nim d Kt htf 1,1m ,lrce The Appellate convention at Winchester first half of the century, and waa United re t Jtat the politicians beat him in 187G and in I' tolller.Jl l.rni.t 1801 to ht.J .1 . llll'l (IM,b. J.imUb IVikira. T A, I.... xf... i came almost in sight of the adjourned Saturday till 4 i it. yesterday, States Minister to Iiraril from 18S0, '.vhen he III. tt. 1803 THE mitrGGI.ST. W e tmi n !. In nward in IL li ,n..... r. . the frme-'aa- r promised land. They tried to do it this after taking 142 ballots without change, the ..i .... . lirtuelit . The Cbmmerciaf Bulletin gives details (.,.!:, h.n.m! i ...,, i ... .i lo.ll.,, ... I .ii . k: . ,.ii- .." iuTi.r ..V mi-i- r .xnrni. we '"'' "7 IK'Oinioii L -. last like the first standing Riddell 03; and "i, T"r: ."'"'"'."." wj.ra time, but tbe people triumphed over them ml..,.l,.ll. Threitiw, anl it of fires in May, showing the aggregate loss- JtlUi3XUI LiuLitj. - . n ittent-eitui I rid, uj, ,.- J ; Karrlf. Ilutlilo Mil.. H(..if.i"I.V, IMlOII' xi.t u. for once. The worst thing that has ever Moore 5G; Kendell 28J; Scott 18. There es to have been $9,200,000. 0( this amount, ' ' ter A talee. I.lnr In Mil,. T tfi"fe wti ...i 1 t,at i. itxmt been charged upon him, and God knows are charges of attempted bribery and other $7,700,000 was burned by 185 fires. .No frrlfiitnI thuAn ,,r ihrir pitrotugr, . n. will . y lo. thoo . . . t., IT I'lU Is Preparing Tor it Lirclj SUIIlIlier "hat . n hn,n,i U2M tTcMl l.uatlil V ,.,"' Wi -- e.li.xt ewTtUr. ,. ,n ,!,.', w ,1 that'a bad enough, was that ho was strong- corrupt means, which disgraceful in any such fire waste has been known in May orilaf "V" ?'"".. ''." Trnde. matter ! whi. .l-. ...",. Jiidi ..'"!" - !..! If .'n .. " Yol" 'I umi'iKi vr.V"". t A t bribery by which the contest are more so in a convention to nom i ly connected with the "ui''i 'fir, :'ll.in since 1875. For the five months of the Ilia line ofKooJi, in trerf Tanetr innalij1 fc.Dd . 11. ri.oit. tt Little Rock & Fort Smith railroad subsidy inate a candidate for the highest judicial precent year the fire losi will be Ib a Houaeof the Mnd, li laige and complete. waa nut throucb Congress. A man named office in the State. , Mulligan claimed to have letters from Senator Koiidins got clear of a debt of Wlnslow A Rogers' shoe factory at Sa- Judicious Alterations in the Interntl Ar- Bug-g-iesrangements Securo Room Comfort Biaine that would substantiate the charge honor the other day by pleading the garn-blin- lem, Mass., burned Sunday morning with and Better Display. and when he was summoned to Washingact and that tco when the amount a lo.- of 5100,000. The fire is believed to Particular attcntlmi ladled to ton to appear before an investigating com- was only $80. He ahould now jjo off and have been incendiadry. The round house mittee Blaine iuvited him to his house. hide himself; tho people do not want hia and repair shop of the Waabash rariiroad A Large and Elegant Addition to the Mulligan refused to go, but Blaine went to atyle of man "avortingin public. Thedeoi-ocrati- c at Demoines. Five engines ane other valStock of Jewelry, nee him text morning an J m he charge tagpartj ought to put another elector uable property, valued at $125,000 wero And article! of Tettu e ged him to let him ece the letters, promisin hi place, uuleaa he destroyed. for the ing on his bono- - to return them forthwith. cau satisfactorily explain the matter. Oregon has held its State election, the Instead he threw them into the grate and The republican jilalforru is full of fair result being in favor of the republicans, the evidence being destroyed he made a The largest stock ever in Stanford ami tho best lo be found in Central Ken made lo be broken, should the op Next come Tenncseee and Al&buma in Aupecb in the Houee declaring the charjjea promises to fulfill them lie offered, and gust; Maine and Vermont follow in Sep malicious and denouccing their authors. portunity tucky, embracing about ttventy fivo different styles irom the leading manu-- 1 and a bid for all claafea of tember; the October States this year are Shortly after this he had hia celebrated contains a bait CIILY TRLiJ Ohio, Georgia and West Virginia, these facturers ia tho Unittxl .Sutos. Persona contomplnting buying a vobiclo this and though sympathy and one fish unablo to He through the ahallow pre- being tho last election-- before the general ia long enough to bo published thing and another the investigation waa tense. It one in November Spring fchouhl select tbe same or placo their (;rdera at once; for at this season but we giro it to our readers in dropped. This will not hurt him, however, as a serial, the mint in a report Tho director ono dose on our fourth page, at the same with hia party, in fsct they would be all all manufacturers of first-clas- s vehichs are invariably overrun with orders paidon for such an infliction. to the secretary of the treasury, estimates the more for him even if his record was time begging the production of the precious metals in ?? and if the vehicle wanted is not on bauds, it will require from four to eight blacker than the devil's There U no deA Chicago paper remarked thai 25 yearn the United States or the calendar year al: (. nying the fact, though, that Blaine is intel- ago the negro delegates to the national weeks id obtain it; four weeks being required to nnke, liuijb nnd dry Gold, S10.000.000j silver coinage, $40,200,-00a firat- lectually a great man, but his ambition to convention would have been worth $200,-000- . a falling off from 1882 of $2,500,000 any cost makes'hirn distinguish himself at clas job ready for fchipraent, under the most favorable circumstances. It failed to eta te their value at pres- in gold, and $000,000 in silver. Gold FACTS REC.RSM a dangerous one and if he does not involve ent', though it is evident tbe republican comes from 19 of the States and Territo All work sold by me will be found to ha such as I represent thorn, unless S?. Kuie?'s Ircn Tca!a the country in a foreign wjr, or do bo me party thinks they are not worth a d n unI ries, and silver from 14 llier thing equally as bid, should he be less it can use them to its own advantage. will purify and cnrlcli llio niOOD.r"ct.fta have been deceived myself, and in that event tho purchaser will be It Elder Thomas I. Dudley was 92 years the LIVER and KIDNEYS, am. I!l;Iuii iiir fully elected, his psst h if lory is no index to his t In all tl om Hon Lincoln wasn't such a favorite after of age on Friday and was the recipient of HEALTH nnd VIOOR of SOUTH leu MMC, dUcaiei ri'ijulrliu a certain and ill,' Call andesamiiio my &tock and I will do my best to pleaso future actions. you many pleasant attentions from his admir (Ipeclallv Djspcintrt.W ulltol IU i.ko la lujiLml . Lack of ilc. rnulll lln.io, Gen. John Alexander Looan wjw all. He only gql(4 votes for the Presidenand friend i He has been an elder nnd with liumo.llntu ami xoiidvriul ' fmci. Ciulveui iu style, quality and price. You can got aa good vehicles from me nnd cy and lost two of theui before the final ers muaclvi and iih lo m at as born in Jackson county, III., Feb, 9, 172G, minuter of the Particular Baptist Church tbo wind nHtl aiipplli-- llriiln t'oni r. ballpt. It is about time that received a common school educa-iothere he as you can obtain anywhero else and get a guaranteo pe tilliirtr tlitii ia w tn fl.iil In reasonable pr:c la A fc3 on busineps was done with and the con- for oyer 00 years, and while he .has been DR. HAJlTER'a IKON TOIIIC a Mile and ipt edy afterward graduating nt the Louisville coi.iplcxlau. nrnn.' vention mado a long step ia accomplishing active it was in good words and works and euro. Bin, n them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from homo. II10 University. He served in the 1st Illinois iron leMPii.Mi) tn Hi" xalu of D.t. 1.1 Ircpivi tatlcm'in that end. may bo truly said of him that he ia a man IIaiituh'4 liiosf T0M1 (,nl u.l.lt-.- l at coma. rMtlnir Iii.i c Ranitnnnt in ll.n Mnlif.Hn HUT. (lUiin lo the popular dtlroliealtlk Virginians are happy over the re without guile. He witnessed and was a ltyortlicoilirlii.il. It )u The from the ranks to the lank uii.i.ijiai, au iilt vhloh he rose uonoi cxperniivni fviiiid ur uarttr siw :o. nmi lour noaratt iqjim"DKKAM IlOOU." 184!) null atoiiicago, principally because it is participant in the battle of the Thames and .! nnnrtnrmaster. ..r i:..i-- .. In Ht. lvul.. Mn.hr oof I allot illicit acu oh(u1 lot rn.ktUD,(iM(., to the dirty Jit New Orlenns. Mr. Dudley enjoys remarkbe was elected Clerk of Jackton County such an effectual Or. HAfrrrn'o Iroh Ten o 19 rorr Sale dv A'.i Paris Kentuckian. ably good health. court, afterward studied law, and began tie repudiator, Mahone. riniKVilSTB AUD UCAlCri3 EVCRtViHCRE. uSfiiT &: and Fanoy Artlolos. I Stationery "ic"t i Xear7 m(JMr- - l.iu-fe'CH- as Wi Hi HIGGINSj :iUr can-ncm- WALL PAPER J HOUNX: -.. ...... McROBERTS A STAGG'S XT JUL TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON. ' tL,0('K, MTANFOBD, I 01KA Saw Mill St For Sale! tr n UNDERTAKER, WEABElf, j a, LOealex- wll-kno- in ..., l- Inrlnr ov - ofb'ce-bolder- ..j j, tr C'hh. TW. I H. TRAYLOR, 1 a AM Idn-lDt FIELD "-- THRESHER ' flM'-rat- e ' -- r ."""'; ZJ&4L , ad "":. i-ri m-- ""JZliy e pur-rh- f5m.diM&. CSsSIP ,rl ' md.. gz-w-, A M & tr d j. j. Feacocls -- , ,r X ,... ,,,, 7 i.u,'irwlT."y,ii.l.V,',fcr'" . i i . wvw. ... Y..l..,:',''","'l'm"nln'tvmn, Sni I I '''..,.. I .!,.. i- -. . ni nt.t I iii.mil .,.-- ri.-- ""r" I V"lx firft-cla- $40,-750,00- 0. rut g - Phaetons, Sur- reys, Carriages, Village Carts, c. State-at-Iarg- Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, sun-strok- e ! JTkTl'E 0, Hk a n, Ll , 11 get-bac- k CrSSO. J3. WEARER, IKEfg.'s STANFORD, KY Agt., 3 cents a line for wanted, even though he w not one of the MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. murderer. After finding wli'i it wa the Managed by J no. B Fish. immediately went lor Dr Hunn, Quahthu.Y (tourl i in iu'ion with 100 marshal Gras h id begun to parch up, but the Cartright and McClurc and they pronouncJuno 10, 1884 caaea on the docket. Stanford, Ky., rain have brought it out again. ed the wound fatal, with a powihility of ia not in a, flourThe Sunday-schoo- l JcK cream ot hll lictint at the parlor on recovery. Carrier given a hi reaon fur ishing condition as it might be. Ltncaattr ulreet. 8. S Mjere-running that be thoiight Marshal Helm t.&li. LOCAL TIME CARD. There wag baptizing nt Jamea' pond hnd a writ for him on the charge jint men 12 r. m. Hall trsln going North ,. Afiooo rain fell b'alurdny and Sundu Sunday evening at 4 o'clock by Eld. J. II . pouin tioned. Considerable excitement prevailrd '1 TO A.M. junt mil i to hi very uinch tieadtd. Limerick, of London. Exnr strain" Mouth for some bourn after the ahooting, the 'i id a.m. Norli The republican are well pleased with Tin: College Rrounda and building look friend of Carrier Kerning deairou? of takThe ahotrc. li (uleululM on itandard time. Solar the nominee of their party, Blaine and like a lunijuet hall dcerled, or words to ing the miller up. The marshal told them llinc .tloul 20 minutes faster Igan; so are the dcmocrits. that elltct. that he had done what he considered hi A great deal of excitement waa make LOCALJWTICES. duty nnd if they wanted to get Into h Utile Comk and fee the Handome over the election for school trustee in this Dinner ahnnting ncrape they had rnly to let it he Itui 1'ainth of 1'ennT A McAHnler. Sett in our . McClure nnd district Siturdar. Geo. department. pjeetiaware Lani!KT1!h k1"'" reed at McltobcrU known and Mart the ball to rolling. Alter llright A Curran. J J. William were elected. A KtuKt'. the invitation they became quiet and the The coal miner of thi county are Vfinny & Lanmikths (Jartlcn Bceda TltK meaale and acarlet fever are epi maroh.il went to Danville early yesterday preparing to have their mines surveyed McAliattr' demical Crab Orchard, having been brought morning and gavn himel' up lie was onat and plotted out, in accordance with the act SODA water with pure fruit flavor tin re by the InjwigrinK ly required to gUe a bond of $200 for hi McHoherta A SUkk'u of the late Legislature. Only three or . appearance at the exnmining trial at Dan- four mines are running iu this, county at I1kax. new Block of every thinic in the Lost, a tiif Opeville to morrow (Tiifsdiy fit 1 r M , when present. jewelry line at I'ennv A McAllater'a. ra Home Tuesday evening, June It. Finder according to the opinion of everyone to There was a elrawbcrry picnic at HoRflh, cattle, ohcep and poiiltrj pow-de- r will plcaee leave at thin oflice. for tale hr Mcltob rln & 8tKK- v. horn I have mentiotcl the ahootinc, the Pleasant Vallej a few day ago, at which NEWdKadea of ready inlied paint for quito h number of llie town folks were presFit Ml I orange, Imon, fruits of nil cae will bedlmled. uprliiK traJe at Mcltobcrta A Stags'. ent. Everything in the way of eatables wa kinds and a beautiful line of French can-di- e MARRIAGES. Watch eh, Clocka and Jewelry repaired taken to the wood and the berries picked junt received at Waircn A Metrnlf'ai. and warrtntod bjr Penny A McAHater. Last Sunday James Fanner, a widow- ofTthcsvineB by the picnicers. Everyone full mock of Flailing Tackle of Nr.v una Tin: fish law wa nut repealed by the er, and Miss Malissa Kelley, a maiden, seemed In enjoy himself immensely. every variety jnl received at Mclloberta A Ivrgirlature a tome people believe. The were united in marriage. Mms Mitlie Williams has returned Btsia'V Tiik heal Hotla Wa'er in the clt at Pen- House voted to repeal it but the Senate The bridal tour of Mr. Henry M. Wins-lo- from Louisville, where she ha been atny V McAliaierV; made with pine rock did not chool for the laat two and MIm Lucy A. Coor er, who were tending Mr Noel' candy oyrupand lUvored with ptiiMj fruit A iloi(i: bclooging to n negro r4n oil married at Shelby ville last wiek, includes yens. She graduated last "Wednesday with jtticrn. -Saturday, wrecking the buggy it was Washington, point alcng the St. Lawrence, high hoinra. Mr. T. W. Koberts attended PERSONAL. hitclitiil to and another one standing on Niagara, Canadian cities and by the lakw the commencement exercises at Stanford. relatives Lancaster street to Chicago Returning the couple will set Mr. J A Dickey, of Pennsylvania, was in -- Mr J. F Watkiw i tic down at the groom's home in Carrllton, towu last week, Mis Jael KcJd, of Crab in Mercer. AKrr.it an exciting race in which the 11, Kinnaiki), of Lancaster, Orchard, his been viiting MIm Ida Adams. Dm. J. large number of 15 vottd, Messrs. Kr. Mis Maggie Adtms has returned from a wan here jeaferday. RELIGIOUS. J. V. Alcorn and M. (', Saufiey were viit to Paint Lick Mini Amelia Gibson, Mien Maouik IIocKr.it Iim gone to trustees Ssturday. The International Sunday school con- of Manchester, is visiting the Misses Kep-per- t. visit relative at Farkavllle. i Mr. Kitty Brigand Mies Anua Mn. J.S Mlsn Kl.t.A Dooiikh, of Crab Orchard, ha lot the building vention will met v Louisville June 11. The Methodist Heville revival Kirtley and Fannie Bragg MarteJ to Savanis the giust of Miss llettie Ferrell. of his residence on the lot adjoining the Mirkm Katk Houi.k and Jude Weath- Christian church to Mr. Henry Ilaughman. meeting resulted in the conversion of sev nah, Mo., on a visit last TuesJay. J. K persons. McClary haa gone to Colorado to be absent er ford, of Hustooville, altendtd the hop. It ts to be a lage and hnndsome brick and enty-seveThe third quarterly meeting for the about two months. Mis Helen Chestnut, Mk.Oko. Ui'ktoN. of the Lturel Coal the work ia to be Legun at once. conference year will be held at the Mvlho-di- of Brodhcsd, has gone on a visit to relatives Company, hai been visiting hi, father' DtmiNO the severe thunder and rain t torm church here next Saturday and Sun in Miouri and Ksnsis. Mr. John Hid- family here. dell, of Eetill county was in town a few 15mm ha returned to last evening lightning w:u conveyed into day. Miss MAomr. Kev. John C. Young, of Danville, will 1juisvllleand Mis K'irt Harris has gone this oflice by the telephone wire and pro- preach in the Methodist church, Stanford, day ago on political business. F. II. Kep' duced such a report that some of theyoung-e- r pert is Hockcastle' only delegate tj the to Islington on a visit printers thought they were dead until on tha 1th Sunday, the .'Ji, at 11 o'clock Winchester cunveDtion. Mr. and Mrs. V. Osraley I)n. Htkki.k IHii.r.v,K. and at night. told they were not Willis, Adams, Jr , of Paint Lick, are visit- and S. 1. Hiagifrach purchfel a fine JerWe observe that the Junction City Mrs, Callie sey at the Lexington ale. The Kentucky Central hat made nnolh-slig- Cjiiiji Meeting will commence July 2d and ing relative at thi place. Smith has ben spending a few days in MATTIK DlNWIII- MliWM MlNNlK ANI change in il schedule from this point continues davs, The Boyle county autLori die and John Dinwiddle, of Huatonville, The penger train leive now at 9 A M , tie ought to suppress it under the law this vicinity. about G o'clock sir persons, Friday are here, the gueu of Miss Lucy Tate. twenty minute sooner, but raturns at the againtt nuisances four white and two colored confined in the Miss Svr. Itoirr haa returned from same time, 8.55 v M There is no chance The ladie of Howling Green have county j ail on various felonious charges liellwood Seminary, grown into a very in the running of the freight trains. ! been piodibited from setting lunches in and ewaltin the action of the next grand handswme young Udy. public for the benefit of churrhe and char- jury, mde a dash for liberty. When the South-BenMr. Thorns Thompaon of Deaths d JuikieJ S Kknurick, of Someraet, itable oljecls unless they pay the regular jailer, who had gone into the jail alone, was with hi daughter, Mra J . W. Alcnn, Blackpool, England, who hid recently lo- license for eating houses. was locking the door of a cell, two priscated at Highland, in this county, died a few dayn Ust wprk. The elegant new Estey Organ did it oners rushed from another cell and threw a u an last week, aged 32 years. He leaves a first work at the Christian church Sunday Miw. J. V. O I' kmt, of Boyle, Her wife and family to mourn his lots. Mr. and the innovation proved quite a card. blanxet over his head and hurling him to ectator at the Hop. interested the floor held him until he wk insensible. daughter, Miss Lonnle, was greatly ad- Itoral Pleasants, aged 81, died at liii bro Its tone is deep but swtet and the volume Then the six started for the hill and freether Hsrvey' Sunday. mired. is equal to a pipo organ. Mr. Dr. Hu(T dom Shout of murder and escape soon Mn HnnntT llovti and fsmlly have An old gentleman here claims that Gen. man presided with her usual correct nes started a band of avenger on their trail. house on lower moved to one of the new John A. Login was born at the Dnrrt and the improvement on the musical part Three of them were aon captured, but Main street and W. M lbgle and wife to houe, a mile from Stanford and that Le is of the worship wat decidedly marked. It the other three made f good their escope. the other. a nephew of the pioneer Logsn, who for- -' is stated that some of the brethren, who Several shot were fired l these parties as who has Mim OromiiA Shumatk, t, uierlr ownetl this entire rectiiin. All other ' n opposed to the introduction of they ran, a long distance off, and none of been visiting the family of Mrs. W. H. give Illinois as his mn"tal music will withdraw from the them look efftct. Ten ahots were fired at however, Hav. returned lat week to Independence, birth place, three year after hi father church, but w. hrpe it i untrue. A large John Bernhardt, colored, and three of them Missouri majority of the worshiper were in favor took eflec;onein the right ahoulder, one came over from Ireland. lelt hip. MtiwSAitRA 1'kski.notok went with of the organ and there is no charity, a vir- in the left writ and one in the Tin: trial of Stmt. M. Holmes will be tue o'pecially recommended in the bible, in Neither of these wound are thought to be King home, where she will Mis Judith dangerou. After Bernhardt wa ehot he riiticte f"r a rek or two, if the "physi- called at Libtrty to morrow for the ilrnnth n few wishing to rule ut the expene of the taid out all night in the rain. About for shooting with intent to kill town-- 1 time cian" dotM not recall her sooner. should conclude that if it is l nVliwV- - Saturday he wa seen to enter the ' -.- Mn J. H McKimnky has moved back marshal, Ed. Davion, at the time Holme manr. They by some of bis a sin to worship God with a concord of stable at Kobt. Furguson'a and he , they l.ave not been rwponsi family. They informed Mr. anF. arrested fsrm and Mr. J. W. Alcorn to the killed ShrriO Napier, sixteen year ago. to hU eet sound-I and Isaac Munday went out '" ill- - The case h out tie State thousands of ).iu. varlil tir him It i Mr. A A on them ble and no blame can re him and brought him to town that evening' tentiut to build a fmi' lioue iu place of llie dollar and it is liGd that tur Common true christian conld not so easily be kept He said he had got cold and wanted to lay wealth's Attorney will require a trial this Numerous one he now has, from worshiping ,tod in hi own proper in the straw nnd dry himself. thro it of lynching the prieotier are being Mu. I. K Oahkahd will return tohis time or strike the case from the docket. saiicuiary. made and it wouIU not surprise me to near home in M encheslor to day, where he will Marshal Helm Sheets a Man. of thir being strung up at any time, Mr. the practice of AND CROP LASD, STOCK hang out hit shiiiKle for Honk rfler 520 reward each lor toe two A specie) reporter sends ut the following. uncaught. law. Dan ii a bright young fellow and if Junction City, June . The probably Jersey sale at Lexing-fata- l who are still At the imported many friend thrie n he ha hehas shooting of "Hood' Carrier here ' ton, lat week, 'J 5 were dispotiUuf at .F.W AHVKRTISEJJKSTS. made here, his succe i H.iturdnv night, by Marshal ii. T. Helm. $l7o to $750each. according t. the statement of sultuitial Coarse Wool i fjuoted in LouisvilleLOCAL MATTERS. ciliren brielly made to me a few muments and dirty 15r; tubwashed 2S to iU medi- Can.s'I'.p good very low at T. K. WalA party of llm 2'J to 23c; black 15 to ltc. ago, happei.ed in this way: ton'. four men tamed Henry Hamner, Henry Col. liownnn reports the condition of Will oulr tlocmioin KrlnJInicomuefUiji, inuta. FiiBgit fijh WdriemUy crentriK. S. S J.iri and Saturdsx" el fitch eek Wade, Kathun Tharp and Mile Cheney, the Kentucky crop aa followr: heat, !; FA IlitlS. '.'38.1 in Mjrers who live only a mile or to from thi place, '.'0; rye, 9."'; birley, acreage 91, condition 1,'htv Timi'MANii full count. i"wel murdered an industrious and peaceable l)2;oa(, acreage and condition V'2; apple, (binplen for sle Itright & Currnn. larmer in Hancock county one nij;ht in condition SI; peache, not more than two Cheney, ha of To tho Farmors and Shippors of j,.r cent, 0f crop tie April. Unit one thi party, Tiik Pe.Ie lie Crunm Kremr Livo Stock: ever been arreted, ami being tried in Han"Kom." foi ml only by HriRht .t Currnn OANHLLE, BOfLE COUNTY. wan ajritenced to 10 jeir cock county he 'ate The latoti umiw harinic nrrlteJ, tmill in this the iithut I am of Hull jnelhoi of IntonolHK The commencement 'I champion combined reapin the Slate prion The ret of the party SrrosP Ii' liiulutM in flmlnnitl, In whlcli I co3iiiilloii and cite them began Monday night with a mtke 8hwp ant Lam'n a Hfclliy, er n I in 'wer iu Rood repair for ale cheap, harp been Mieakinx abjut in thi vicinity I tuve (hI, wnielent personal atttntHti SoireMuMcale." aince that lime, and several time hnvc lleo. I) UVarni the 0tll ami ""C lenrlmem awl would I rum A by mare belonging to Judje Lee arcei'tltaaa faTor to r reiv c inlilliinemi clotj been within the limit of tliie lown. A then hy " vou, either In sh.ep TmkGoi.hkn I'm i nt Flouk ia made eecu e few dv ince the eherifl of Hincork and ran away Saturdiy evening and broke a attention and frniitleillnB to mem and from lh e bert Minnecotn wheat, and laja trade tn lh- - futiirt- a detective came here and Himuiutiini; a rockatay to winch she wib hitched all to jour '. 1 1". .W. VOXXKIt, ('Inrlnnatl f 156-over any Hour you have ured. A trial of 10 wen' to the place of mah. For lo only by me. T. paityof 8 or it ia all I Kv. B J. Pinkertcn, of Mercer counfuciti ve on the knob near It Walton ty, preached the Biccalaureate eermon to to find them thi place, hut their iti'-jrA MAN named Chain wa MVercly beaten proved futile. The titiiem here detlruig the graduating claf of B.dl Seminary LIVK 8TOC1C with ftonra and club nt the Junctiou here that iiOKiich men Khali lire in their midft Sunday night. MERCHANT! COMPISSION lio wore jenlou Saturday niiiht by purlie Jim Carriel: wa umlcrpoing mirtyr-doand al3 taking into cnuideri-tiothe re in the police court, Monday morning, 1 MOV STOCK Y.VItlW. of liia ntteiiiion to h couple of women of ward for their capture, have h.'en diligent . .. mui;i .u: ni9?i, aiii, vu on a charge of violating the peice, when C'lVCUXXATI, !.. . :.. ill repute. No arrent. ...) 111 1110' - " iiirii irii'K lu ..i. thi report clored, and the case of David A hay day aco a. yoiini: In dy here play Saturday niht Judne (ieo. Peyton, WalkHenrv Pelunn, charged with ting.illantly OFFKICK IN SHEEP PKSS. fully (dapped another youiiR lady in the er Fry, Herman Calloway, Scott Milhurn Meiclianta National IUnkofCIn-clnual- l, andwickeily a9aulting a young colored mouth ami her rlnj; com tap in contact with and llie maniiai nun arrangau ) once Tralers National . Bank of CTlngton, or of I!x)ue fount)-- Ky. end arrest them. woman, waa continued until Friday. anv othcer one of her teeth it snapped ofl, leaving a more ro to their houe Mr. B. F. Phillina went to Nicholas-ville- , Citlle Salesmen. HUDDLKSTON. very pretty luouth to b riif figured with a It wai then about 11 o cluck at mpbt and K. Hegfaaleiinan-- H. Saturday evening, to ee hi brother, aa the marchnl wai paninjono of the gold tooth. V. Mkoii bivlesmati X):. G. M. Phillips, of Marshall, Texa, coaches stiuding near the deixit on Judge John M Phimi's announces his the chle track, he hiw a man hidio- - on the who recently atrived on a visit to hi old candiikcy for nchool superintendent in thi College. draw bar of one ot them, and Martini; home. Mr. K. P. Jacob?, Miss Cheek and icniie. He liaarhuffii his competency for others of the Danville puty who sailed for toward the eeeming culprit he took to hi? theotlice by GIIiiik' that of commissioner hceU although the marshal callel to him Europe several week ago, have telejraphed STANFORD, KY. mot acceptably add we do not know that to Mop, alatitiK that he would shoot un- - their iafe arrival at Southampton, England, the people could do better than elect him. Full Corps of Teachers, Uei he did He laid no attention and after there their chip the "Fulda" touched on With a aludent the mardial bad ran him a considerable Sunday; they are to dicembark at Bremen, That Georgetown theololocical will open Its Fifteenth Benlon " Cox haj This Institution Monday Iu Beptomlier next. on the 2d mentioned in lact Tuesday's iMiie liaa dlMaiice, thinking that it was Himner, cne theGsrman feiport. Mr. Lelie with Butterworth A proven hiuinelf n ueulleman by a aatisfac of the murderer just mentioned, he drew a accepted a nituation ALL THK BKAMCHK8 OF A &., wholesale shoe dealer?, Pearl atreet, tory explanation of n anonymoua letter Smith V Weon pistol and at a distance and what might of 50 yard he tired the shot tint may re Cincirnati, and will leave for that cily TH0B0UGHENCU3HC0URSE to tho young man here, T. Keel, of Lancaster, have terminated ferioucly ha been ami- suit fatally. Going up to the man af.er he Thursday. Mr. II. Are tausht, aa wellu has become a citizn of Dinville, having had fallen, the marjhal and friends found cably adjusted of rented the beautiful itiburbtn property on TAUHIO, TnE IaANQUAOEB, DKAW-IN- O Carrier, a well known bad character Si hooi. Cjuimiioner J. M. Philips telU AND l'AINTINO. the the Lexiogton pike recently cccupitd by male nnd 2.2'J'J Danville, instead of the one for whom u that there are '2.170 Mr. Nicholas McDowell. Carrier only a few intended. female while children enroled in this coun- thot win lady on the days ago met h Mr. Campbell, widow of thp renowned ty for the pchcol year ending June 30th, JiinTille end made an Alexander Campbell, i now 72 years of In Tultlou, prlect rvi?e from 815 to 150 tn tb and CCfi female, Perryville pike near ixs5,GS3 colored malia miliar Ptpattinenti Pniaarr, ?i$i Intorraedlato attempt to gratify a hellih peiou, but age, is a woman of remarkable culture, tiff, Prciiratoiy, StO. and Collegiate, 160. inakir.it a total of fi,7G0 children In Linthe tcrej'u o the lidy brought nwlManc and I as ready and intertMing in convercoln of the fchool w. ThU U nn increase For full partlealars, rs to Hoard, Ac., addreia And sation m though he had measured but half over before any damage mj committed. of 181 white and liS oolured children MN. N V, THl'UllfMllT, Vrluclnnl, Stanford, Unooln Co., Ky, hence it will bj semi that it wj not lead that period. Inst year. i WninvarUIly charge 5 cbilunrlfH IBC.C. IRTTIoPILiIE". I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or coun try. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley . 1 BRIGHT -- k CURRAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - OROCERS I -- AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, INCLUDING THE elec1-scho- ol Hi-oiid- ht Mitchell, Orchard City and Win- Chester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR and Hamilton Plows, Sole Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning Plows, instru-accoun- Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; AIho AgentN for Walter A. Wood Ifarvcstiii lac'Iaines; ALL AT BED ROCK PRICES. WHEN NEED d. hd - - ISTUFPAJiO MlliXiS .. Of any of the goods named below yon should by all means buy them of A CARD i T. R. WALTON I Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be exi-rci- e iIe-ucnl- n 0'e . '. "I'"1 ai-- ' . ...-.- J pss-tenn- W. m. CONNER, TREATED FURL! & SQIMDELY: Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, "" Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Hope, Can"Nm...T,, ned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Female Stanford Shovels, Forks, Hakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, i TERMS MODERATE. Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, &c, and all at VERY Low PRICES. Country Produce Want ed. iU ;W b How L John Rjbinson and Sailie Williams . , ji"yL ti .SJi, , t9 lished by law to all the grades of the ser. j., , f foSgsTaiMMsTTn llrt Were Spliced. vice to which it is applicable. The spirit dwelling at It limoad A 'inn )ri..l.l. J. W. DBjWJ. BURDKTT. A queer incident whs caused by the J iiih tlo ', mtii ,ttHil :iu .irre of grouid. ior terms and purpose of the reform should be observBtTUDBTT & UUOWN, ml on r u.l.l'o. cent tornado in Whitley, county, Ky. On I 2U-I- I ed in all executive appointments and all ,IXO. 31. PIUMs"., Manf.r.1 .A. W , June 10, 1884 ATTOIIN 13 V- Vl'll Ij j Stanford, Ky.. laws at variance with the objects of exist- the ede of a little burg there were two old MT. VEllNON, KY. ISMyr ing reform legislation should be repealed, houses, in one of which resided an old maid ALEX. ANDEHHON, mLOUISyiLLtr &NA5HVILIE RR.14I to the end that the dangers to our free in- named Sailie Williams and in the other an THE REPUBLICAN FLAT FORM. ATTOIlNEyil.VT L.A.-V- , power of offi old bachelor named John Rjbinson. The stitutions, which lurk in the THEQRCAT DANVILLE, KY., The republicans of the United State, in cial patronage, may be wisely and effective blizzard came along and blew the two hous- Will practice In the Courts of Hoyln and adjoining THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL es Into a confused cri's cross pile of 1ok. counties aud in the Court of Appeals. National Convention assembled, renew their ly avoided. And the LuiljtKIe nllgiance to the principles upon which heritage of beams and lumber And in the midst, in a The DUblic lauds are a J. It. FI8U. Courier-Journ- al Ihey Ime triumphed in fix successive A.ttornoy A.t fjiiw. the people of the United States and small space, the old maid and old bachelor elections and conKratulate the should be reserved, so far as possible, were inextricably penned up together, tho', And Master Commissioner llockemtle CircultCour, for Utile Z One year for oolr 81-- t" MT VEUNON, KY. more than the pricei'lrs of one. Will practice In the Ilockcastlo Courts. CollecAmerican people on the attainment of so for small holdings by actual settlers. We strange to say, neither one had been injur1C6J tion! a specialty. OiHce U many results in legislation and adtnintstra. are opposed to the acquisition of large ed in the least. They had to stand so close By )liu us ST you will rerMr fir one year LBB F. HUFFMAN, your uoiue pip'r with the ('jurlerJournl, the tioa br which the republican party has, af. tracts of thee lands by corporations of in- together a to touch elbows and as there newipsper of the 8ith, democratBTANFOHD, KY. ic ud for a taritT fur rerenne only, and the but, ter Having the Union, done so much to ren-d- dividuals, especially where such holdings was a neighborhood enmity between tne OOc South side Main Street, two doori above brlfhtett nd utilest family weekly la the fulled equal and benefi-cen- t are its institutions just, aliens and two, the situation can be more easily imagsample in the bauds of Tliov who desire to eismine the Myers HoUl. n copy of the dowat this office. the safeguard of liberty and the we will endeavor to obtain such legislation ined than described. Sailie snitlled and Pare Nitrous Oxide flai administered when thought and highest as will tend to correct this evil. We de trembled violently, while John grew hot Wllloiil Chaw indwIIUpeelJJiiliiIti DIt. V. D. PENNY, purposes of our citizens. The republican mand of Congress the speedy forfeiture of and cold by turns and filially blurted out a ! AND QUICKEST MUTE .SHORTEST Uuntlnl. party has sained ita strength by quick and all land grant) which have lapsed by rea- hearty oath, HTANFOHD, KENTUCKY. r.ou LotmviLIK to th. w tw-nl- a son of non compliance with the acts of in- "That's right, John Robinson, get mad OiBce orr Uobt.8. LytU't store. 0ce hour faithful response 10 idoucuhuui hunters, flsberuien and This native foren-iru- t our lands without pertramps in for the freedom and equality of all men; cor.ioratlon and in all cases where there and swear; do it's just like your impu from i to II A. M.and I too p. M. Anesthetics ad mission, not all trixpuion ore llsbiola be procecuted nun acts si mint!"-- ! wxn to the lu'l I'ltontof the Is for uni'ted nation; assuring the rights of has been no attempt in good faith to per- dence, after tearing my house all to pieces." to Mlant.v-tl.KMarch 17th. mi. Mlgiie! POllMAH CARS 2.MK is, Miss Wiliiam- s"Why.Sallie-lh- at all men; for a united nation; assuring form the condition of euch grants. Um.V I) McKlttrtik M.McConusck, Llllls Itock, Mootf OBisry. Atlanta, Ftia naaa, A. W Carnier, It. T. Hush, the rights of all citizens; for the elevation The grateful thanks of the American peo- I didn't touch your home!" .noun, and sw urisans C. lilshnii, K. Held, "Yes you did, John Robinson. You II. Cobb, i I Kulihle, of labor; for an honest currency; for purity ple are due to the Union soldiers and sail BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA lllKk'Ins account, l. Hhodee, cabin I will dellier Ice to rmtuluratcustotueri emy morn- II.O.AJ Kelly. in legislation and for integrity and orsof the late war and the republican par- came along in your oll tumble-dowW. l ing Uoter, ' Talate Cars Without Chan, M B Lrlle, U. L. Carter all departments of the govern- ty stands pledged to suitable pensions for and knocked my home einphaiN hard on abllitr in JPOUND- - T. J. Hid. W. Wea'lietford, ONE CENT ot lead-i- n all who SHOnTLIHETOTHE EAJIT C. Vanoy, Wn. Burton, ment and it accepts anew the duty were disabled and for the widows house all to pieces, you profane old Troas Loulitlll. a TalaceCars wllhaatckaBis. Accoui.ta due at the close ol each month or wbcu J. A. HarrK J. . Murphy, in the work of progress ond reform. and orphans of those who died in the war. wretcbl" a cmlnmer nrlts. M. Hill. J. r. W.Carter. a.T-t- f .1. II. McAllster, It. K. 11 A it now. Kd Carter. "Why, you cantankerous old woman, I FMIHRANTQ We lament the death of President Gar The republican party also pledges itself to I O line ol T. J. Foster, J. 0. Jones, this road will receive special low rales T M Whll.. J.O Mnutiriiinerr field, who?e sound statesmanship, long con the repeal of the limitation coulained in didn't go to do it I couldn't help it!" Use I M. K. Mshuiu, Mrs. J. J. Mobeily, till. ..mpany .int, nl c. P ANOIII for Hies, routes "Yes, you could! What did you go Hy- Millinery & Dress-Makin- g gave promise of a the arrears aot of 1879, so that all invalid Bpicuous in Congress, W. K. Anion M. T ltii'el. tew win, O.Pil A, a soldiers share alike, and II. J lrst. A I NewUnd " toulelll, K. strong and successful administration their pension be- ing about here with your old cabin knock, S. W.OiTens A.i'NrwlinJ. d AT gin with the date of disability or dis ing folks' houses down foi? if you and (MMyr) promise fully realized during the short of Lii office as President of the United cnarge and not with the date of the applica your cabin had stayed at home my house I hae rrcehed a full Use of erery rsnely of TraJeM.pk. mlllKAYVl tiVf.VlfH', Wrights Indian VegetablePills would not have been hurt. I'll have the Mlllloery. and lnrlteau Imprcllon of the sme I Stales. Hi distinguished success in war lien. who Is aa eipert In the busSvV Die (Irent r.ngllh Itcmedj, Miss Cynthia run Tim The republican party favors a policy law on you, old John Rbinson, as soon as iness will assist me. Uuodi and prlcsi and peace has endeared him to the htarti rerylow. Jllt.V. Jf. I'. TAlll.KH. which shall keep us from entangling alii I get out!" Is a nulllfeeure for Weak Memo McKlnney, Ky. of the American people. Sfl.tl ry Loss of Drain Tower, Nervous "But how the deuce are we to get out? In the administration of President Ar- aoces with foreign nations and which gives i Kihautllon, Pftulnal Weakness, us the right to expect that foreign nations We'll have to stay here two or three nights I.iiolcnr oi Oeueral I.om of And all" Bilious thur we recognize a wise, conservative and ! ! ! rower ot the denrratiTe Organs; mm cut all til. A.M that fiiilnv Bate to take, beliu; purely trretable: nogrlp- patriotic policy, under which the country shall restrain from meddling in American probably, till somebody finds us out." Before liking, qutnc ot youthfil Ituprnlmc Ins-oi affaire. The policy which seeks peace can lrle4la I All tlmirUU. Sailie gave a blood curdling screech and I II. KI.VM1HD years, surh i rati siepK. has been blessed with remarkable prosperitn, ,Cfsiil niilurr-- l cen i APRI7F tree, , a costly lor postage and recelre eminent services are trade with all powers, but especially with burst into tears. This. subdued John at Feels creat anxiety for the people of ilanfcrd and ' Vnlsersal tastiude. I'a'n In itu tjs.. ...... goals, which of ty and we believe his , Dlmnns of Vision, I'remaIII F,I.I. u. ri.ii--- BA m. . ... i.ti,. ,., ,.K... t.lnroln rntintT and rroiules to do the fair thing tack.DM in lunro money rtgbl once. He never could stand a woman's for thrm if lure entitled to and will receive the hearty ap- those of the Western hemisphere. away than anything else In this world Iher will Insure with him in either Of' ravs thitXi. and ininr ,r In Fortune .)nlead to InunltT We demand the restoration of our navy tears, so he set himself to console Sailie. awau me woriers ataululelT suro. At oac. ad- luiuraoce .u., ineuonauu a uncsinire 2fi!ioiio. proval of every citizen. sumpuon in all esses oi 1) drea Tal a. A Co., Augusta, Maine. .ir n...wii to its old Weakness the pctflc The Royal, oILIserpool.asMta IM.WMTI. or chtrnt It is the brat dutv ot a goou government it may in lime strength and c.ueisncy, that Edging up to her, John cooed: mtorlnlo..or fs IIpj t's- The any sea protect the rights of "Now, don't, Mis: Sailie; there's no use ttVi HAD Uncashlre, of ManchMt.r. assets oter M.. I O'i KIlo 111 IBS Wjm H i lllliaui rights and propioto the in to protect the , .. .!. . a,..mrr.. . nd sparkling lauly. to the hre atfsrawSSsR . teresta of its own people. The largest di American citizens and the interest of Amer- crying; someboJy'll bo sure to find us beittpnmiitiopayauioiMujnn ujy v ,b, j tloooui of health. AfttrTaklag. srMurrayep-inis . Id by all Drutils at verity of industry is most productive of ican commerce and we call npon Congress fore many hours and I'll pledge you my an.t irill Hot'.ati lit uivir.iutyliu) .,. Ky. I II per pi. is,-,-, or six packses for 15. Also by & Write to him orcall on him at Lancaster. general pro'perity and of the comfort and to remove the burdens under which Ameri honor that you will be safe while we are I niall, postage - trie, oil receiptof price stkuII parti, ilars in auiptilet. wbli-l-i will 1 independence of the people. We therefore can shipping has been depressed, so that it together" ' Chicago milled free loesery apf.l ut. Address all com-- 1 3FL-Sailie snitlled and snuUlrd and looked ai man jfarlurrs. muntcitlons to the demand that the imposition of duties on may again be true that we have a com.. KirilSKMT'31V It it. I Y 31EIHI1XK merce which leaves no tet unexplored and John with euch a strange sort of look thst e foreign imports shall be made, not "for THK .Vf.l LIKE KUNNINII Ksnsis City, Mo. fo d m!isrf.irl ly l'any .1 McA.isler and all but that in raising the requi- a navj wnicn uses no law irom superior he couldn't tell whether Sailie was pleased Si only," Druniilsis esers where ace Cars! mini force. or disgusted with his proposition. John LoulsTllle, A arm a Pktki A to Wholesale A sect', site revenues for the government such duCincinnati, ()., and Inllanspolls, llaolieJ, That appointments by the pres- was in despair, but he did finally what a Ind., dealersKy., riteinway A Sons', Deiker Bros.', "'w-Iyr- ) Louistille. Ky. AND HOLII) TItAINS in 1 ties shall be so levied as to aflord security ident of ctHcers to serve in the A A Haines', J. A Tsrntories man always does under such circumstances Co Cottage, C. Fischer, Ve A tons', Baldwin Ins, L'prUhl and Square I'lann For 't to our diversified industries and protection should be made from the LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO the bona fide citiand lUmlltoo Orjsu. he "snuck up" closer and closer to Sailie also the Usley, .Ihonliuer and terms to suit pur! to the rights and wages of the laborer to zens and residents of the Instruments suid st prices Territories where and put his our chasers. Don't glse your onlera till juu icet arms around her. HrxciiL Notick. I'MMncsrs Irom the Kaoa-sl'the end that active and intelligent labor, as in they are to serve. IDiMittis prices and terms. llrancbof I. A N. It. It. arris In LouIstIIU The sire of trnttrrs rntdslrrs, anJ more Isncy Sailie shook and shivered, but finally well as capital, my hive it just reward In lime to take the evening train of Ik. "Moooa and l.as'.irn h.irvs thin any other itsl liaolitd, That it is the duty of Congress quieUd down. Then John talked and of 1MI Itoule" and to through to his full shars in the lion In Keniuikr, sill tuaVe the ain and the laboring mn to enact such laws as shall promptly and mI f ntanl-jid- , directly on the Knob ( rccncaHtlp. I lour miles I'nmroriUTlllp, Ijtrajctte talked and Sailie jiwed bick in a cnoir.g II l permitted to ssrse lusr-- si national prosperity. I.uk ke, and nml C'lilrnfro without clianr. the elite ieiy low prlrenffio Hi, wan nr $10 economic system of effectually suppress the system of polyga- sort of way, aud the hours sped along till Againit the Inrnre l'srllng with the nisr, f.rfrlls the my within our Territory and divorce the TIMKTABLI II. !' c l.reel,r atij a sure night came and the night pasted in d zing the democratic party, which would degrade political from the Urata lurnlihr-- at It per month lost vtter oTA I'lUN.H. lulTy. ecleslastical power of and talking till morning came. lslly. W labor to the foreign standard, we en'er .l Due care taken or our the Mormon Church, and that the Lve, Iiulivlil. ... should anynccur ut wllln.it le 7 11 p m "My gracious, John Ribinson, what'll we ourearnest protest The democratic party has laws so Ilt.HUH'noN ami ll pjni-k- . -- hul.br la a jet Arr. llrwnraill, t Ol a an 2 Ol pra enacted should be rigidly enforced do? How people will talk about me stay- E. H. BURNSIDE, I hsiids " CrswftfrdiTllle l.taik, with ,mall sis rand two while 3 04 pta failed completely to relieve the people of " Ufsyrll. by the civil authorities if possible and by inch lilg". Use mane and Mil. g od looy lee. II lllais 54 M pm ing in a lumber pile with you all night! " Chlengo the burden of unnecessary taxation by a 7 M am eieneni stiouM r. Met - Known pm This Old the military if need he. ?$ , ;,; in .jiiimrtrr and win Boohoohoo!" reduction of the surplus. wise The direct X isiaulee there dnn'l llea silll.in imwki of cars, tomat points rout. wtb only one change ol kb a lelter.llsrovltlon, an.1 t MOtoi The people of the United States, in their all D Wisconsin, In sympathy, till Then John Mlnn,aota. Iowa uliti l. almost The republican party pledges Itself to organized High Roputation, hebraaka, Ae For lurlher lulornisllon. aldrM insanal'lr Imparts to his progeny Asau capacity, constitute a nation and finally a bright idea struck him. tariff, and to MUIIKAY KtLLtK, (I. p. a., correct the inequalities of the that h, will produce very fst hoiMs wh,n en-- .! AND not a mere confederacy of States. The nats the lai--t that of his rtry on gfx-- niar-Loulavllla, Xj "Let us get married, Sailie, before we leduce the Burplu, not by the vicious and stvli-- t roll. Iiav nothing t,jt x sir Wall&c ilaui tional government is supreme within the leave this pile." mem ibis of n Proprietor ii Determined that towiBmii rHHil torn, from.isn aire iniiuir, indiscriminate process of horizjntal reducIts proot rvlueof al "lie the sphere of its national duty, but the States Bailie agreed to this. So, when the first UOl.T) be Second to no Country tion, but by such methods as will relieve hecout.i.ioui iuarsm theiasd haseprwiue. 'edlait.-oltst.htm. Mr Ale Jolinwn.. "1 Hotel in the StfttO in Itl Fare, injuring the labor of have reserved right which should be faith- men to pass that way discovered them and without the base ban IIkI mote oi Nobby .(.Alt than any man, ADTJOintmentl, or Atten- fully maintained and each should be guard- proposed to release them, John and Sailie and they are al' last " Mr Wni. l.ld says the great productive interests of the coun "JIIucUrHMH , UOBIOrt 01 tlOn 10 nL,r Mr I'urdomhssou, with Tot,.tet iir ed with jealous care, so that the harmony both objected and asked that a minister be trv. liltleliandltnii tbtls troltiot; bis mile In I 3i, their uUeitl. and says "no better Hot of horses ran be found " & We recognize the importance of sheep of our system of government may be pre- seat for. The discoverers concluded that jjr - n, 'unessys no read Is loo lor lor any United State, the serious served and the Union kept inviolate. The the storm had made them both craar. Nev- Bacarac will be eeaseyed to and frota the d ' "i Ihem.aa I every one a surer barren Kusel a husbandry in the raoM noiitij mane a recori m i a and was ii. to n i . free of ckarat. Special accomaoolatl Hi depression which it is now experiencing perpetuity of our institutions rests upon ertheless, one of them set t ff for a minister, Kair. iiereuni tiiilo, ror it.uoo. ir necessary tn Commtrrlal Traselera. The Har will Central Kentucky to All Points the maintenance of free ballot, an honest who waaaoon on the ground and began to ..juldi;le n i uheis of testimonuia from the alwaya aaialled nltk the cholcssl and the danger threatening its future prosI horsamenof Odr cunlry comraeedlng Nohby In North, East, West dk 8othweil. hraada ofLlgaors aid Clears. count and correct returns. We denounce talk soothingly to them. the the fsTnrable consideration of all lor.rs of gtiod perity, and we therefore iepect borv, but will let the shore. aurftc. Kiamln, the fraud and violence practiced by the Fast Line Hetwen John bade them stop all that and listen of the reprentatives of this importto gtra hlai your the hone, and It you are dispia--patroast I w i taluernelT-- l fur your ant agricultural interest for a readjustment democracv in the Sauthern 8tates, by ts their atory and concluded by asking him o money. Nobby Is brdarrard Chief, h. by V CINCINNATI. Chief, he by Membrloo 1'ayuiaster. he by of duty upon foreign wool, in order that which the will of the voter la defeated, a to marry tbem. Mambrlnn. he by imp. Mesiener Oarrard Chlel a PchrduU In Effect Msy II. IMI, The minister climbed up to the top of euch industry shall have full and adequate dangerous to the preservation of free in.la in iMIlI Dlion. by Fratk i dam by Aratui; stitutions and we solemnly arraign the the pile of debris, so that he could see them lam i.y . X K g dim t.y HjmhfeloBUu t protection. M). 4, 10. t No. li No' by a dam a U"r jgbbred nure formerriocrii-Bof.iDally "any Hob.nj-irecommended the best democratic party as being the guilty recip down at the bottom of the hole, told them U I ly owned cMljrrsrl ciunly. We have always Dally F.. Hun. Ei. Mud, now. it. ii. i join hands and soon had them tied good money known to the civilized world and ient of the fruits of euch fraud and to Lva. Covington 10 p m S w a in 2 no pm We extend to the republicans of and tight. Then the neighbors dug them ... we urge that efforts should be made to Falmouth 8 w d m j s " Cynthlana .... 10 li, p m II 10 a in 3 M pm the South, legardlesa of their former party out of their wedding bole and they came 4 41 pm In the ' unite all commercial nations Arr. Paila, 10 40 II .V, 17 pm " Islington... . II I J pin l 21 a in 8 00 ptr an international standard, affiliat'ons, our cordial sympathy and out smiling and are now living happily topm 5 i. in lutbinent of Lvt jx CAO.Ily . 1J SO p m 8 ai pm aTr7 which shall fix for all the relative value of pledge to them our most earnest efforts to gether. rr Win, better jt7JsTK5RpfSJaiu5 . 3pm 0 20 p m saMBaasaSsaBBBBBBBBBBBBSaBBBBBBBBBaW'SaW. promote the passages of such legislation as 110 l.j p mi 2 18 p I'aiIs Reports from Pnil Thompson's district Hold and silver coinage. 111 21 . m 2 20 p Arr. Winchester., The regulation of commerce with foreign will secure to every citizen, of whatever are agreed that the Congressional race is a oi Wlncbeater ... It SO u m 6 20 pin and betwetn the States is one of the race and color, the full and complete rec between exuoyernor .Mccreary and ex nations Ittcbmoud 12 8) pnil I 10 p 7 1 p in sasssraafy s ognition. possesion and exercise of all civ luncaaler I. &7 k s 32 p m most important perogatives of the general Congressman Durham. The people feel The combined stallion, baa n overt Irom d s'rat Manlurd June L M j. m per and will be permitted I arrre marea Itel-a- y government and the republican parly dis- - al and political rights. sts'i.in, f i!el Ii"4 tr, I 'r thsr'es that "Little Phil" has been too handy with No.S, U6. I, Djnis "o li rl. Ky slnl t y Mfwicr hlf purpose to support it- NOaTII'IlOl'.ND. tiactly announces Dally his little pistol and he hai practically no At 915 to Iurtiire a I,lvi"K Coll. s.re c 5!- - 1 x,e "a r Dally Pretty girl, ."' Marvr Dally. Ki bun Fx. fun. old. record. .' .1 (j a iJ. ri rd 2 3v'.. On the street, Huch legislation as will fully and efficiently political following left save in his onn v be j rack A ',1 At li !sli. fli'b Mans past ire' at e2 ptr u ci'i I rlit old. ti a: . 2 MakgleHiewnt, J 1' iianatS-y- r Lve Stanford June ... Plaid and Jersey, s 9 20 a m carry out tha constitutional power of county, and even there a large faction will nsrUcuhn, nil iu i .UrtM '. Latiiatter 3 48 a in Looks so sweet. oi'i an.i oilier pi- tuiiru i.f S. II. llAl'fiil.llAX, commerce. The prin11 01 1 10 Itlrhmond over interstate r 01 a m oppo-him with all the bitleme-- of avenFlist .lata ', by PimMiiel. reurl J .'V4 and Ky "aaford. Jll. If Killing dude, Winchester .. !.., 12 10 a m, 7 00 a m Arutui, . ibelriol t. sold to l'umedor ciple of the public regulation of railway unfortii gers of ulood. Though a tuo-LDressed so flash, Killsontor !I0 0o; Anneiie, i J.4. T. A.. J W, Arr, C.A o.ny IS p ml R 0.1 a Voungieutlntl, 2'.- Jllinxi., 2.171, Vlvandlere, Lvo Ixlngton .. . 2 13 p cupiration ii a wie and salutary one for Walketh up nate, Phil Thompion is a verv feiisitilt-mam n p m 7 2S a m .1S t. jp .1, : .rau. fentiucl i Vt frentl- -' Arr Pari- 3 27 p m 2 13 p in 8 10 a m clashes of the people, Tomike a mult. ! fiie protection of all and It Is uioit unlikely he will not enrells full tn.thtr t Vo! mteer, the sire of M Ju- Lve Winchester 2A7 p nil 7 20 am lian, 2 IH liloster, 2 IT, Alloy. 1 l, Hodllie.S-- I Papa iea, and we f.ivor legislation that shall prevent .! .1.10 p ml Loiiinville Arr Paris ter so liopeles a content. 8 05 a ID',. Driver: Its', Hunlxr, 2 29,. Amy, 2 20 X SS p Lve Paris But keepetli "mum," and excessive charg2 IS p m 8 10 am I ;in.l a re more In the 2 ,J Ism Tiuus. unjust i Isadark tiialiojuny l.ij horse, f..t'el Inne llth, I 00 p m 2 SO p m1 8 4(1 am Arr Cynthlans Waiting for ettond.ju.. Kilty Bi,r. the dm ot Her lie lbSU, lull 16 IisIkIi l.l.i; but. si) In and atall I 43 p in J 7 p iu u f3 a es for trineportition and that shall seoM 5rd 8 W- 1vwi!i record 2 7, in A Connecticut editor anke: "In waltz The dtido to conic. Hilnts was sire i I.y the champion inn. tig stall!.. u filrl, ihe'graudam re. n 00 p in Cuvlngton p mill 80 a in t Maud Meseeti.er, 2 .'t . br Al.- and the railways alike and . cure to the people he retina young lady, does the young man of the.1world, I M.i.tl.i, ntd Mniieler, f rrcord .':l'!--. it ddllih, lhrlrf.if liol.liiiillh Ma'd, I II; IIimII",!, rrith a A flash a cursa .... .. .'I.IHVIIII .' '..IF l.'hl W.m.t .1.... .. I till 'l.lll 17 I.III..H lMtl nd iqual protection of the the Mr JI.VY.SVII.I.K Mlt.VMllI. A corpse a go around her, or does she go .round the Iver, he by Warner, ll dam by H'aitier; Itli diui FA.l,,, thumLVe ? 221,' Aluiont, AMallaU Pilot "c Helea l'atvlt by Iwp. Tranby; lih dsui l train laws. horsr, i"7To OS young man?" We will simply nay for the liwinne bv riiornton luttier- i.ti, nam i.y imp. dam br Del .la- k,t. (sire of th, datu ol Third Oni.Uudc.csi. Dally Dally We (ii7nr the establishment of a national 21 Kraninm ol bo Kentucky Tralalgir, Ttli by Imp. Ii. 2 17', nml Ile--ilkei .' i, and - tbo Phil Thoiuptn, o, beneSt of this wooden nutmeg that the gle; Stli Jkiu t.ydam Nettlrlupdam by Imp. Ex. Him, Ex. Sun. t Wilt-slitHhark, vih Janua. The horrible death, ut Niagara, of the young man's arm goes around the girl and 1 bus we l.av.1 .ill 1.11 deslreil eleiueuis a rniubl. liureiuuf labor the enforement of the Morjr I. ' 2! I.y ' .it, I y r. Lvo Covington.,,.. 2 00 p in and judicious omoitrcul traveler who ia suppoeed Hlavk Hawk, and a whe Itgand gan, the aire " Ivltigtoii 7 28 a m 4 30 p to the powder from the girl's hair goes all nation of the hlgiiest tpe of vroltltig, s ia muggier I. than Allen nl Veru ct oilier trottirs the sir ol -K11I J an many tboroiiglibred blood, 'therefore r " Paris 8 IS a iu 5 20 p ra ijysteui of eneral education by adequate ap have rolled from the edge of a precipice, over the young man. naisiri-- ty n half 1 rot her to ilhik Hawk evidently must pioJuro as veil as ilir Burlington Free 8 40 a in 8 47 p m lilghiat t)- - ol entlLel and Aliv,indrs Al.lnll.ih arelxith by j Arr Mlllrrsburg... horses Ills lire could " Carlisle V 00 a propriation from the national revenues where he had fallen asleep, upon the reck Press. 8 U7 p trot better than JiH and paie better thm 2 23. Itrsljk'i Itauj,'i'!'.ulin, the rati'l'lre of Maud " Johnsoiu 9 48 a 7 00 p f'Ml'i.'ll.Kn'l ItKCOKI) aiiAINST TIMT nr Al.L H..2 p;4; Jsy.y.se. 2 li'4; St. Jullrn. 2 11. wherever the same is needed. We believe beneath, will perhapa noon be looked at " MsyMille 10 SO n 7 13 pm Buck ten' 3 Arnica Sain. Utiikk 1.1 The f.nlHit drsl heat Ac . and H in, sire of Dexter, j IT',, Nettle, 2 le, (fiat everywhere the protection given to a chie.lv, in that region, an an additional Ut- - The beat Halre In the world far Cuts, Bruises, time, 2.15)vin.i hriLios. heat time, 2 !7; Uitc-s-t Orange (ilrl, 2 20 'iorg- - Wi!ks, 2 22 an thirty ,; fatst ikoHiI No.n3 No. fi(" ; with record 1.1 2 iOnnd Letter. third heat, fastDally citizen of American birth must be secured cination for the curioaitj of touriaU, A Sores, Ulcars, Salt I'.tienu, Fever Horn, Tetter, est Uflh heat, 2.I7 fatlist fourth heat. 2. Mail ...11 other., as slr-- 1 by A'.'lillah Pilot, tlreotMfMrnger Dally . Chlel Piclaul, He lieat (ioidsmltli Ex. bun. Ex. Sun. record, 2 '.K, Istilam Is her to citleeaH of American adoption and we BuUdlo paper recently reported that the Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nDd all Ijklu this merits at ClpM'hnJ. Oliln. ( onslderlng that 2 U1,: Hsxl J'iu, was a (ouiei)rg rai, ilesrer..,i'ly luekeyed IJ. jln.inai, sire of Lve Maysvllic. to inn (.)! . Eruptions and positively euros Piles, or no uy reSllnni 12 03 m favor the rtcttlement of national differences Whirlpool Itapidrt Parte Company had se- quired. tfc.tt's TIioi.ui. 2 21, by MJubrlnoMesiitiger.iIrr won " Johnson HO a nil!24lpm Ii 1) guaranteed to give porfcit satisfac- ami lotisiil irom bigmnln; to end, taken with 110 of 2 2"',. beiotid dam I.y Mambiliiu (.ivors shown but every adtantagu to defeat " Carlisle 1 aap m international arbitration. The republi-ca- cured or endeavored to secure the widow of tion or money rclutided, I'rlce 25 cents per box. "niufglcr, it stands retond 10 no triumph ever Chlel, slri 01 La.ly Thorn, i U1; Wocdford .i .1 by " Mlllersburg. 7 41 a 1 47 pm 2 21 ., Maiubriun Patrheu and others. won on the trotting lurt. He sired the great Arr Purls S in a in 2 10 p party, having its birth in a hatred of Capt. Webb as an attraction for the coming For sale by I'onny A Mc Ulster, in Thiid dam by luip Napoleon and English Hunthat sglJ lor I13.UU0: alw the Ijsi relJlinr. " Lexington.. . n 00 p iu 9 10 a Il.ilvthoriio. Pocabon'ai, another of the tamlly, ter, Ac. Ilreeders w,liol.nrve that Abiallah Meslave labor and a desire that all men may teagou, and it in certain that every addi" Civlngtou .... An Want Answered. 11 ko a in. a as p m senger la nearly lull brother to Man Meisnnger, made a pacing record of 2 17V5 ud driver weighing tional tragedy in that neighborhood will be be truly free and equal, ia unalterably Can any ono bring us a cavs of Kidney or Liver 24.'. pouuda. Young Pscahontai trotted a mile In 2 20, Hut sold for JI.OoO and reso!d for $3,o0 last Falmouth Accommodation No. 10, dally leaves Complaint that Electric Hitters will net speedily 2 18; a lull In 1.014. Another of the great fami- fall; tbey liavu same sire end graudatu; hit dam Is Covington 8 23 p, I arrive Falmouth 7 30 p. to placing our workingmen in turned to financial account. ins ly, btrideaway, trolled three consecutlte boats in Letter brr than, Ma'tdadsm. ilelsu sure loal No. , dally, leave Falmouth, COO a. 111.; arrive cure? We ray they cm not, hi thousands of casca 2 19, 2 He f nvlngtoiiSa. 111. No. 30 h'unday only, leave Covwith any form of servile labor, 17'i mid 2 1'j, proving cf.m Usively that getter and a hore of tine tvie nndcarrlaz A Western editor received a letter from already pernuneutly cured nud who uro dally no other family of hoists have shown so tuin h will mule the sen.n 01 Mil al Charlts Dunn's ington 833 a 111.; arrlvo nt Falmouth 10 40 a. in, whether at home cr abroad. In this spirit an indignant I" sh Ilr.im h pike, at i prore. Ilrlglit's It Is Electric Bitters, lod and Monderlul fin. ,ii, riinuar on ly, leave Falmouth 3 p. m subscriber, who said: '! Disease, Diabetes, Weak Hackwillany urinary com- sume that such great enduranro. nullitysafe to pre- 1 2'Ji..IIi-- from perUrmlu, Biviii inm'ki; ,t j.i vim; coir. neri-- ap-arrive Covington 4 p. m. Lexington aud Fsrl- swe denounco the importation of contrttt or No. t2, dally exceptbunday, leave Paris 8 20 a, abroad. In this don't want your paper any longer." To plaint quickly cured. They purify the blood, reg- pears without an Inheritance. labor, whether at home or 111,, arrive 9 HI am. Nn. M .l.n ... Gentlemen, examine tin stud Looks and you AU) w.ll s'ac a which the editor mildly replied. "That is ulate the bowels and act on the diseased parte. will find cept Sunday, leave Lexington 4 pm; arrive Lex. that CltOW'tf b.ML'dULElt tracts seven npirit we denounce tne tmponauuu u. Ington 4 13 pm, 41 . UrTTTT TB all right, I would not make it any longer Every lottle guaranteed. For sale at 50 cents a times to Imp. Messenger and once to English Muui aritrwh xv.su MiAmt T afi'Kr Train No RS.Kunday only, learo Ixlnglcn 7 a 9 t.rlno, the aire of Imp. Messenger. tract labor, whether from Europe or Asia, if you did, Marubrluo 0:n1FJL because in that case I should bottle by Penny A McAllster. Starlight's full sister, Lady Tborne, has a record of J M 1UII ,.y. laahll aa an offenee against the spirit of American have TTIIICRK.nelghlorhood where he made a lntrton 4 IS p ..Z'i; his fall brollmr, Woodlake, a record ol 2 27U. some to buy a new press. The present he ' ' """ ' rnuhs In the A Lawyer's Opinion of Interest to All. in. In view of giving all satisfaction, I now put this institutions and we pledge ourselves to sus- length suits me he Lai the and they ere id Note to passengera ffotith of Winchester -tha verv low prl.eof 81,1 10 season . and I am glad it suit) you." J. A. Tawuey, Esq., a lead attorney of Winona, horie's reputation of hlng a good restricting Chinese imNo. I run .olid via Lexington. Train No 2Train money due IiiMiiro Jlirn In runs tain the present law II'- O. Ir.VV. m Ya Paris and Winchester direct. It is to be hoped that this "soft answer Minn., writes: "After using It for more than three the tact isnascertained ortOal, parted with. when A JJiess nure The u..m. , ,. migration and to provide euch further leg- turned awa raai 1. ne rsos.aand 4 run via. Winchester. yean, I take great pleasure in slating that I regard horse will stand at my stable-- , 1 lulltu weit of wrath." " tcpmgtars tietween Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption aa the Htaufard, Ky.,on the Ma u lord A bhelby City turnislation an is necessary to carry out its pur- Cincinnati and Itlehmond, Va.( and Washington, Kespectfully, T. I.. VltOW. Tariff reform means ureater liberlv. best remedy la tb world for Cougha and Colds. It pike. D.C. Through tickets and baggage checked I1068' I have tin only- colt ol Crow's Smggler's get. I)y Messenger CbUI; dim by Alcalde, (sire by Hy- - any destination reached by railroad. be- - broader view of sovereignty, greater depen bai never failed to cure the most severe Colds I S. I.,11. MOUSE, Jas, 2 24.j, i.n:gcua, . 1 fancy Dav. 2 30. Ac W. II. WHITTLESEY, Keform of civil service, auspiciously a good oue. out of u pure have bad and Invariably relieves the pain Id the Said colt la foaled last May, goes all thebrrd trotting will make then-awPassenger Agent, of 19 J I at Mr. Us) Yeagcr't) dence on true manhood, and gives to ill mare; was Trav. Pass. Agent. gilts trots, Neighborhood," Diavllle, Ky., at Providence irua under republican administrationchest." Trial Dottles ol this sure cure for nil paces and racks very fast and goes the running c.w.SMiVir-Ks $1(3 To limit ru, may ha had tree at Ten- - walk to perfection. .w.Wt'lB:K" II. (V, F, D. ALIiaiulir. completed by the further exten- an equal opportunity for enjoying the fruits Throat and nliould be Ueneral Manager. . .. KIa-- o 23tt: rjtanford, Ky,, Feb. 23, 1331. oen. Pass. Agt. nrfl.il aim it. . .... Toledo (0.) Bee. UCailllll Ti.,. UJ A it ii.,...o I..-- 5 o! the reformed astem already eetab- of their Iobor. aJoa 5mi-KtceklnntenorIoni rnurcssioKAt, X Grand Combination '' Through Trunk Line Pre-ident- Weekly Court-hous- e. er HUUGBON DKNTIHT, Uiurler-Jouroitc.i- rmmiJ- POSTED . MeCt-rinac- nvrr MM-Iti-- SOUTH & WEST & ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! PER - Seefclna-l.on-esonl- I pe-rio- JleKlNNEY! first-cla- J&3 Fire Fire Fire I I LIVER " Complaints ot-e- r hu,.i,.r. '' ' "IVOIVON KOUTJE." '.-- -- Louisville, New Albany , "W.Ett027S Railway. rev-cnu- D. II. ISaliluiii Co., . Full Fa! NOBBY 1 pr-esrvl-len'- . le I first-iIa- MYERS HOTEL, 1 1 boc-hoo- STANFORD. KY. Propr and Well still maintains I ,ct, 1 ft lUtn INin -- a J' ficKY tar-pay- SmiTi' Shortest Iletile.' Quickest Route JOE ABD ALLAH! Slim-l.rln- I,i;.ICJT) Dlo-niei- le, vio-len- ci -- u, Abdallali Messenger! 111 111 1 1 " C Con-gras- i . i . n t -x 1 1 Crow's Smuggler 111 I 111 111 gi - I eral Nt-l- ""- - KoaTll-llou.il- ). I w 1 111 111 111 111 111 111 . 1 llM-.- Vot'Tll-Ilni'N- )l n Matu-hrln- o, 111 111 I'll-gri- 111 1 com-petitio- n 111 1 . r w 1 -- ijxIl. aVV.WSW go-,.- i- I bree-ler- MESSENGER PRINCE, I. ""'" " - " V .D i