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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884061701 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. jletii WttUn Mnmtwt onftial -VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY. JUNE GEO. 0. BARNES in ENGLAND. IMIA.IH12 Til 13 XjOItla" CaiikTod 20 FKNCiil'ift'ii Dtnt Inlirtnr' Continued fium Ultra ft Co. Kt London, K. C. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. Vow Sho 17, 1884. NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER 259. 31. rv W. P. WALTON. IubHM?tetl Tiircdava j and hrliUtii, 83. OO lElt An ANNUM When paid atrletly In advance. K we hare to wilt anr time, (3.00 will ta charged. IdI. The tun wu retting in the Meat. If anjboir erer heard of it mrttinjr any place elxe, ho will pleine rfort the fad I this ollice and take the ninnej. A Riorioua maiden, jual budding into beautiful womanhood, atood Uxn the lawn PUrroundinj her father' inanition, and hown a radiant aa a tiring rub upon an emerald throne. lioeidt-- here wan Harold DeCuurcr, a bonny lad who loved her well, hut whoxe youth and fortune were agalnal him. He waa eighteen and Kelllojt aix dollar a week. He affirm! aa be Ksird in rapt emotion Upon the lorelr face and figure and wish-e- d that he bad 25 and wnt a million rrar old. You ret he was distracted with love or he would hare wiahed that he had a mil ku a lion dollar and 25 rear old. It WMerer thua. .She fundi met hla fervid ;aie and ere looked lore to ere that apake again. Thla it not original. (She drew nearer to him, and pltoing her oft hand upon hi maul ahouldrr ehe turned her lovely hazel ejrea upon hla face and final! the retted with almnot pain ful concentration upon hi lip. "Twa hut an intant, then peraphic atiille plaed angel uiuxic on her countenance and he murmured xwretl, et in atartled tone: "On, Harold?" "What It darling! Tell u, ll.ro hal therel "trance to on in hi fact?" "Why, Harold yolir-yo- ur-" "Go on, angel mine. Hare no fear that your Harold will chide." "Why, Harold your mustache i Ro'ting real hair, ain't it?' That wa all. Wasn't ituflicient Om. Lee Declining to Sell his fame. (Jen. Le at the cloee of the wnr, innumberable oiler to engige in commercial enterprise. Insurance com panic, railroad, and many large corora-tioat the South were amicus to pay him an ralary he might demand tolely for the ue of hi namr, without any labor on hi part, or the incurring of any responsibility whatever. A committee of Englishmen, with the Duke of Hulher land and Mr. llerefoid Hope at the head, offered him in fee a splendid etate iu cne of the midland countie of England, coup led with a guarantee of an income of X5, 000 a year aa long a he lived. He gratefully declined all of theee oiler, and ac cepted the Presidency of Washington and l.te Unlrerity at a ralary of $3,000 a year. Here he earned hi Wring a the hardrt worker in a hard working faculty in training the youth of the country up to the very hour of the paralytic atroke which immediately preceded hi death. Grn Lee left three on. They, too, re ceired many ofler of n similar kind, and likcrriaa declined them. Two of there ton are now proeperoua planters in Vir ginia. The third auccceded hn father in the l'reaidency of the Washington aud Lee I'niveraily, and ha filled the with credit for the laat thirteen chi-tio- n The true American xpirit ahineit in (irr, Lee' example, the npirit which prompted Washington nnd III General v. hen they retired from the public service enriched only with the recollection of their great Achievement, and xcorning to make merchandise of their fume. Cut Hay Early. Too lunch can not be Mid of the urgency of cutting the liny euly, before it nllaiim that degree of rlpenein when it uleum woody and hard on curing. A correspondent during the ptot winter wrote that he had been feeding a lot of cow on year. e fairly cured clover hay and that they consumed of it eleven pound, night and morning, in addition to brun and grain, eating it all up clean and needing no more. Having occasion to feed out fonio other clover hay which had been nllowed to tit ami too long, to get too ripe before it vim cut, the feed wa increased to twelve poundn and that of thi amount they could only be induced to eat xeven pound, leiying the other fire to Hut thin probably did not repbe wasted. resent the full waste, aa the Boven pound conRUincd were not (iiial to the rame weight of hay and an additional ration of grain win required to keep the "things up to mark." Thi in paying dearly for the neglect to cut in proper time, and of course no prudent farmer will place himself and stock at Mich disadvantage. Of course the los would bo lean in proportion if more More cattle were being fed; but it doea not pay to force these by hunger to coiiHiime innutritions food when that of bbtter qualBreeders.' Gazette ity can be provided. Mlniatcrn, Lawyers, Teacher, nnd others whose occupation gives them but little Little Liver should use Carter' torpid liver and billiousness. One Tills for Thuiuiiay, Apl. 17th. chango in the wetther and winter back upon us at a bound. The day signalized by a visit from Vernon and Janie, who met u at and came home with uh after dinner al the "Veg." Vernon goe back to Oxford Saturday. Jitnie' engagement expire in July, as her pupil go oil' from Inline then; and they lip from her gentle sway to meet the tinknosn risk of n public school. These fine bo hare both been brought to the LOIM) through her prarer and instruction. Itro. Luubotirna heltxd at night with hi presence and praer. Kit IDA Y, April 13th. Vernon and Janle left u about nocn. The reluctance in parting a dead balance on both side. Pear children in the LOUD! What a joy to see them growing, a they do, in'the knowledge ottheTruihl I went into the city proper afterward for a little run, which I enjojed murh, a I alwajado. The eenmtion of being at the pivotal "huh" of the planet is one that doe not wearout. I shall be sorry, a the hot of "e tiMtlonal travelers" will be, If the contemplated Parliamentary reform shall sweep away the Lord Mayor's gilded coach and four; the cocked hat and great truncheon; the tlunkey in gold lace and gray wig; the Mansion House and Guildhall, ai at present constituted, with , their if mos covered ami sometime aburd surrounding. Strange, that a republican strangrr nearly always turn conservative at soon a he reacbe Hut my heart London turn most sympathetically toward the poorfellasheen of the Nile vtlNy downtrodden for more than 1,000 years; who see now just one gleam of light ahead, but which threaten to go rut in darkness, if Gordon' mi'sion in the Soudan fails. Hut the LOUD has heard the smothered cry uf relchdoes, aa in the day of old, when another race of oppressed one groaned undrr cruel on the same ground and weie de livrred by a strong arm Sj, I am pi r siitded, Ethiopia will soon out her hands to God" aud no code of political tactic can long delay the bleated consummation. I wouldn't touch politic for a good deal; but I can see clearly that if Eng land doe not give the gospel to Central Africa, no other nation will. Israel is bound to be the misionny of the nation That I her destiny. Kphrkim and Manas-e- n are almost monopolizing that depart ment now and will increasingly in the future It i written in the book. Will you think me raring if I sty that the time i oflv hen America will be proud to not allegiance aud be return to hrr cast-ti- l come an integral part of the "company of snations," whose central authority will be the sovereign of the Hrit ish nation. These confederated nations, owning this one ruler of the tribe of Judih (from whom it must need be the crown and repttr shall coaiet, shall constitute the invincible power that shall give law to all the earth. Onre let these nations know their Israelirish origin, "the hrarls of the children will be turned to the fathers," and the bloodies revolution n'ull be eflected, which shall "fill the fare of the earth with fruit." Seeing what I do, it is no strain upon me to be a loyal subject of 1 leen Victoria, while yet I am an American to the backbone. Yes, just because I am an American, I am true to sovereign of us all. I the believe in thejtire ifi'iuioof English royalty, none other. 1 eland upon the scripture and "lire by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of Hod." A glorious meeting at linking iload to nliiht, the dear LORD unfolding the "first day of creation" to ih in a fuller intelligence than erer before. Sati'iiday, April l'J'.h. (Julte cold aud wintensli yet, though slightly moderated from yesterday: Another blessing from the LORD at Harking Kind. Dear Gillespie see "through nnd through" the precious gospel I preach and is bold in it to others. Those noble voung preacher. Lamhoiirne and Gillespie will not let the truth die out in the east oi London, for lack of bravely tpeitking it out "Laborer in the harvest" I surely count them in the best sense. Sr.vi.AY, April SOili. Three crowded tervice crowned and closed thi memora-b'- o Four fifth of the densely iiiiesion. crowded congregation rcso a one man when a call for those whom the LOUD had blesied during the three weeks wai made How feehl) does the pen write what no mere Arittcn word can put down the enthusiasm and joy of the hundreds of enfranchised bouU "brought into a large place" by the guiding Spirit of God or.d nent on their way rejoicing by the simple truth as it is in Jesus made free by the Son; yes, "free indeed." S3 ended, iu one House only, this memor able meeting in Ihrking Hoad, which with the one at Uromley, we count the very beit Praise the dear yet held in London. LOUD! Ever In Jesus, Geo. 0. Barnes. tk-master- tut Issue ) A udden fr he addressed his hungry and thirsty cavalry from the hurricane deck of a steamboat which they had brought in the middle of a Tennessee stream. "Boys," said he, 'Tfind nothing on board that we want except tho contenla of the demijohn, and as there is but little left of that I prcceed to drink it for you." There was silence on shore while he went through the motions of taking a long, refreshing drink, but when he turned it up to take another A Cold Si'mmek An old lady who haB after rubbing his portly stomach with agsnent her days, and nights, too, in New Jer- gravating signs of satisfaction, the boys on sey for three ecore years nnd more, re- rhore rent a volley over his head, and the members the time fifty yers ago when General suddenly concluded not to prolong the milk frczsin the pails while milking the exhibition. and the young leaves on the trees changed A Monument to Moiimonism. The "olor a though burned with fire. Small great building at Salt Lake, which the fruits were destroyed and a very unusual saints have been twenty-eigh- t years in conphenomenon occurred, the fruit of a pear structing, is approaching completion. It tree being entirely seedles, something is built of grstite, which is hauled from which had not occurred before and did not the mountains back of Salt Lake on great again happen. Years have been knoftn in wagons or trucks, with wheels twelve feet which there wa frost every month of the high. The walls are ten feet in thickness ago there wa eighty five feet in bight year arid about fjrtv It has cost up to frost on the Fourth of July and there is this lime $1 ."iOO.OOO, which has been collectone memory that extends to the time when ed by the tithing tax. It will require six a man went to Elizabeth from Newark in a years more to finish the work. Probably snow that was four fet deep. no church building in the United States As for New York, the democrat can car- has been constructed in a way to secure ry it by putting up a rtrong candidate, but such durability as is possible in this he ought to be the strongest man in the Some of thoe who predict the early ruin opinion of the democrats, not uf the disaf- of the Mormon hierarchy are wondering fected republican. The democracy can what u e they can make of this temple. carry New York and the election by namA Hiciiily Elevated Railkoad. The ing worthy candidate, establishing a wise Pike's Peak Railway, which will be in and honet platform, and doing good, hard operation next year, will be the most notawork. They can elect a democratic Presi- ble piece of track in the world. It will dent, and, of coute, they will be glad to mount 2,000 feet higher than the Lima A get all the republican votes they can, but Oroya Railway, in Peru. It is now in opit will be a fatal mistake to rely too much eration to a point over 12,000 feet above upon republican support. They must de- the sea level. The entire thirty miles of N. Y. Sun. pend upon themselves. its length will be succession of compliIf, by the irony of chance and the pro- cated curves and grades, with no piece of verbial tendency of our party to make straight track longer than .100 feet. The mistakes, Roswelt P. Flower should be maximum grade will bo 31G feet to the nominated for IVesident, we want to move mile, and the average, grade 270 feet. The in advance to make Vick's Ftorai Guide line will abound in curves from 500 to the organ of the party, and that the plat-for- 1,000 feet long, in which the radius changes every chaiiK shall be: "AH taat'i iwt shall faJe away Dinner-TahlDainties in Eab..y The (wreteit, itlll tli deetot." June. Among the very new delicacies in Bro. Stoddard Johnston will please rise in market are watermelons from Virginia, Louivrille Time. and sing. which strange to say, are e ripe and swett In order to obtain in marriage the hand as they will be in July and August. The first shipment of Delaware green of a Hillsdale (N. Y.) farmer's daughter, n e young man has contracted to work seven pens has just come to hand, and are as as a bady's first smile. year for her father. This is a pretty good Georgia rent to market forty crates of arrangement for the young man. Seven years steady employment, a courtship ex- well developed, ripened peaches. Whortleberries put in an appearance on tending over the same period and the old New York Morning Jourman will have to continue buyiug his Wednerdny. nal. Norristown Herald. daughter's clothes y yt-ar e del-icct- Lancaster. H. M. Burdelt and K. 11. Tomlinson were appointed as a committee by the Trustees of the Kemale College to visit North Middlelown, Ky., to investigate the character, record, Ac , of E V. Zollars, who is an applicant for their hcIiooI. Upon their report he will either be accepted or rejected. The community seems to favor the election of Mr. Collars, who hss conducted a college at North Middlelown. Charley Held returned from Georgetown Kricay, where he ha been attending college. Hichard Heezley end Berj Mul-lin- t attended the Hamilton A William sale at Lexington lat week. Col. J. II. Uruce, Robinson, Jos. Spilman and several others took in the sale of J. V. Embry at Richmond. Misses Bessie Cohen and Celia Groesbeck left Thursday for Lexington. Miss Groesbrck will spend a few days with MIm Cohen and from there will go to her home in Independence, Mo. Both have many friends in our midst,who would be delighted to have them return next session. Miss Fleecie Cooke is spending the week in Danville with Dr. Bosley. Miss Mary Robinson will leave to attend the commencement exercises of Centre College. W. O. Bradley and son left for Washington City Wednesday. Jack Adams and wife, (no Miw Lizzie Doty; formerly of this county, and natives, are here from Texas on a visit. We are glad to learn that Ciptain has been very successful in business, Eb. Higgins has returned from the State Normal School at Lebanon, Ohio. sue-cefsf- ul Jj. Put Her Foot in it and Dot it Out. LA5CASTEH ADVKHTI8KMKSIS. Women are skillful. "Who is that horrid whisky bloat?" asked a lady of D. P. WALTEB an acquaintance, while they stood view- eXJItOOQOIV ing the guests at a fashionable recepLANCASTER, KY. Office orer Cltltens National Bank. Office hoars tion. from 8 to 12 a. m. and from 1 to S r. M. "Which one?" a. M. BUaDXTT. "That one with the red mustache and awl. v. huddle. HUBBLE & BUKDETT. ful nose. Don't you tee him?" A.T X.A.W, "He is my husband." LANCASTER, KY. "Oh," laughed the lady, "I see that you Will practice In Garrard and adjoining countUi are not eensltive," although she ssw ven- and Court ol Appeals. Office In the Boblnsonllt-l-block, y South Side Pubflc Equare. geance in the eyes of the insulted lady "Several nights ago a friend made a slmi-lia- r remark about my husband and I e very angry. I declared It would anger any woman, but my friend said you, having the beet husband in the world, would not care, nnd I wagered a pair of gloves that you would, but you see I have lost. I hear that your hunband is spoken of as an available candidate for Governor. How clever he must be." Arkansaw Traveler. JUDGE ts a Candidate J. UUIUlABf District 1)ENT1T, for Coogren In the 8th subject to the will of the Democracy. JAMES B. McCItEAKY la a Candidate for Congress In the Eighth DUtriet. subject to the will o the Democracy ATTOBNEVe It. . O. BRADLEY, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Has moved his carpenter shop In town ami ! now :..., , .,, iiiun in uucarpeniering, ooiim ktXI log, reparlng, Ac Cation hi in. 249-l- a ENTERPRISE Millinery MoKINNEY! A.T & Dress-Making I Grocery. iJniicnNter, Kentucky, Ml Hooof erery variety-of fnllT'' '"''J?1 lllnery, arid Invite an inspection of the same. Corson, who la an expert In ttxbna Ineos, will assist me. Ooods s and prfeaa Te,7',w- McKlDMy, My. M Mls Cynthia first-clas- r. DANVILLE A Jolly Genehal. Gen. Abe Buford, whose sad death by suicide is announced, was in his younger days a big, brave, jolly and generous man. Once during the war GEO. D. BURDETT cfcs -- OCX, HAVl PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacturer of Lately been Making Extensive Additions To Their Stock ot Doors, SiibIi, lillndf, !ViBtlw and Door Frames, Sfeltf Iiirh, Scroll Saw Work, Turn. And now hayo the Best Stock in Cer tral Kentucky. Thoy have Parlor lug I,nthe Work, and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, Cane and Penitentiary Flooring, Celling, Weatfe Chain, Marble Top, Centre Stand & Exerbonrdliifr, Dressed Lumber tension Tables, And other Woven Wine, Cot-te- n Top tresses, Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, "Wardrobes and Sofas, and Everything Else Kept in a Store. re andHair Mat- Building Material Also Dealers In dranulaieti Sugar Priced. dwelling at Richmond A comfortable, Junction, with about an acre of ground. For terms nne-sto- rr Fanning; Lumber iiANVll,l.E I'IjAXIXG Danrlllo, Ky. ! FOR Ml-t- S-r3Ll.E- S! Call on us or write for prices. We keep a larg. stock and will do our best to please you in price and quality ot material. call ou oradilroM l 31ILI. CO JXO. St. l'il I r.ll'S, aunford. -L- TO THE LADIES I am In receipt of the handsomest plete line of EAHN TltUTH ABOUT TH- E- and most com- & SPRING AND 8UMMER MILLINERY I R. W. hare erer handled, to wnlch I Invite jour attenHaving taken unusual care In Ha selection, which passengers from the Una of the Cincinnati sura that an examination will prove mutualSouthern Hallway have IV OnstilbiliiTrauiaw ly adraotsgeou-- . tilve mo acall. frr Cliirlnnntl Passenger JtltiS ItEIsLK llVflHF.H, depotIn the Grand Ontralboth rosds enter tbsxm 242-8utlon. Trie. Stanford, Kj. statement by rival lines that there Is an omnibus tion. I aui lf The Only LineSfiViff CARTER'S transfer In Cincinnati, between the Cincinnati Southern H'y andOblo A. Mississippi R'j, la a misrepresentation. clnnallandSt. The Only Iinc aBSiDASS2?SS 7 Blck Tlradaeho and icllcre all tha tronblra Incident to a billons sUto of the arsUm, inch as Nans, Drowsinr, Distress after ratine, Tain la the Side, Ac. While their moat remarkable success has bwn shown In curing J PIUS, CUBE SICK Only LlneS!Sftf,1la, dB Theleaving Cincinnati at p in and 9 pm. Louis, The Only In consequence Line SllT?B,i.cl32? management, change of cars. Louis without transler brusna-ger- s r nnd bsggag at Intermediate points. By route via Cincinnati you have a mldnljkt any-othe- -- sengera from the South tailing to connect with rise tint train, csn take the second, which nitkt connection with all morning trains from St. Loulta the West and Northwest. and is the only lia which can guarantee a continuous trip. . ti raluabla in Constipation, curing and preventing thla annoying complaint, whllo thoy also correct all dirardtra of the atomach, stimulate tho llvrr aud rigulatc tha bowels, Kvcn If they only cured lleadaehr.jct Cartor'eLIttlc Llrer Fills aro finally Four Solid Dally Trains Cincinnati to St. Loote Every Car in these Trains Runs Through. Parlor Cats are Itun on Day Trains. False Sleeping Cars on Night Trains, tfo change of Cars lot any clasa ol Kvery pasenger passengers. has a seat In a Through Car All passengers are carried on Hipresa Trains' The Shortest and Quickest Una from Cincinnati to SI. Louis! No omnibus? transfer In Cincinnati for passengers lroiu C.S.B.B. To prevent htvstacks firing, scttter a few handful of common -- alt between each layer. The salt, by absorbing the humidity of the hay, not only prevents it fermentation and consequent heating, but it also adds a salty tate to this forage, which nil cittle like: heide, it stimulates the appetite and asist their digestion, and so preserves them from many disease.. is a mamThe New York Clearing-housmoth institution. It consists of sixty-thre- e National and State Banks, representing a capital of $100,000,000. Since its organizition in 1S5;! it has transacted business amounting to the huge sum of $175,000,-000,00requiring the actual handling of r gold and notes of for the settlement of the snme, the sum of $29,000,-000,00As much as fifteen and a half tons The End Ominu. The most conserva- of gold coin have been paid in for balances tive observers believe the nomination of in the course of a single day. BlAine murks the dis'olution of the n pubA young man sent 50 cents to n New lican partv, which will have its most critiYork ndvertiser to learn "How to make London Eng. cal battle to fijht this year. money fast," and was advised in reply to Time. glue a $5 greenback to the bottom of hia A poet sent an editor a contribution en- trunk. Having neither greenback nor titled, "Why do I live?" and the editor trunk, he is still unable to mkke money answered: "Because you send your con- fast. Norriitown Herald. tributions by mail instead of bringing them The meanest thing we have ever heard of in person. Col. Wolford'H being guilty of, is his tryirg The Kentucky and Icdisna delegates to make tho public believe that Blaine was in Congress are a unit for McDonald. born in Kentucky instead of Pennsylvania. Kentucky has enough to answer for, with Positive Cure for Piles. To tlie people of tUljoua'.y w vouUl say tUat out having to bear Pennsylvania's respontroliavebetn.ilren the aseacy ot Dr. Marculil's sibilities. South Kentuckian. allr e 0, legal-tende0. Achnthry wonM be almost prlcclcea to those who cutrt r from this dlstreeln g complaint ; but fortunately their goodness dore not end here, and thosa vhoonco try them will find theeo little pills todOTflUuinlthcm, llut after nil alck scad HEAD ACHE St. i te DiTatHtements contrary to the stove misrepresentation, and persons makinr are unworthy Ihe confidence of tho public, them not only In these, but ia other matters. are!-Itbera- ing Cars. The Direct Route via Louisville, 2 Solid Daily Trains l?,. through Day and Louis in 10 aSW Sleep- hours, with la tho banc of others donor. Cartcr'a Llttlo uver i'llis are very email nnn very tasy to take, Onocr twoniinmaKonaoec. They ara atrictly vcRitablo nnd do not gripe or imrge, but by their pcntlo action plcaeo allwho flvo forSl. Sold IfllSBf.'S iiantlimn. ty drumistaIm where, cents! by mall. or ent tvtiy o many Urea that hero Is wher ve tnaUo our threat boast. Our pUla cure It whllo rlppl Hallway guarantees the rorrectnets of IU statements and wery promise made the public, will I) carried out to the letter. For Itlll and reliable Information In regard to Land, Ac , In the Western States, Mapi, Guide and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Household (ioois to all points Weit call on or address O. II. ALSOI', Fassenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway, Harrodsburg. Ky W. W. W PEADODY, Fres't and tlen'l Man'gr, Do Not he Deceived 1T&P..& BBIIATTUC, CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. Cincinnati, Ohio. Uen'l Pass. Agt, 1884. CULMINATION OF THE SERIES. TWELFTH. xiaciNjfrj INDUSTRIAL CLOSES OCT. A WONDERFUL TWELFTH. to cure or major refund! Interna!. External, Bllud, Bleeding or Itealnj riles. Trice W cents No care, no ur- - lVmuy A McAlliter, a box. Italian Pile OlntuirU-empuatlc- guaranteed Prufglit). Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically gmrintini Dr. Marchlsl'a a female remedy, to cure I'emale Dlea-es, l'.i)IHon Skin Cure Is a delightful lotion to apply after sharing or bathing, It will euro all Irritation and prorcnt ulcerous formations, or soreMixed with cologno It Is a ness and chafing. delightful toilet water. For a lie by Mcltoberta A Stagg. Many members of the iliy Fcrer association ot Ne England, used Paplllon Catarrh Cure tor ser-seasons, and take pleasure In recommeudlug It a.'l the simplest and most certain prerentlre and cure, For talo by Mcltoberta A Htagg, Iu using Paplllon Skin Cure for diseases of the skin aud cutaneous system, you do not require Internal medicines; tae cure Is made by withdrawing the diseased matter from the btdy. For sale by McKoberts A. Stag;. OPENS SEPT. 3rd. 4th. VEartis.i'actMroa urt lavsjatloa- aS CEXTTa.- - DHH.AV Or E'roea.-ccta- . It a dose. The survey of the Jordon Valley has established the fact that the English canal project ia impracticable. It was found that cuttings would have to be made for fifty miles through a plateau from GOO to S00 feet above the Mediterranean and no one, unless perhaps Do Lessens, would think of undertaking such a thing. such ai Ovarian troublw, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and dliplacemiat or bearing down feeling, IrrejatarlttiiM, Barrennesi, Change of Life, Leucorrboea, besides many weaknesses springing from tho above, like Headache, Hloat-inSpinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous debility, Palpitation of tha Heart, 4c. For tale by drugjlsts. TrlcM ft and Jl 50 per bottle. Send to Dr. Marchlsi, I'ttci, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. For sale.by Pouny A McAUsttr, DrujjlitJ. s, OPEN TO THE COMPETITION OF THE WORLD. il A.T3SXOCZ02T Exhibitors from every State In the Union and Foreign Countries No chirire for .race or stesm power Special arrangements made for transportation of ex J, F. WALTON, Soo'y- hibits and visitors. For full particulars, address, 1884. 1 1 t I ' I ought (o have been shot on general princi The Court of Appeal?, that never-failin'!& m M ples, if not for the crime of making a pubresort for blooJy murderers and dirty BonDEAUX, June 1(3. George W. ltoo-eve- lt. lic exhibition of such h wonderful amount thieve?, seems to have outdone iUclf SatU. S. Contul, was shot by a French of cheek. 1884 urday in its efforts in their behalf. The soldier during a balloon ascecslon June 17, atjiaford, Ky., Eight or ten spurious brick store roonn caw of Tom Crittenden, tcnlenced to eight PHARMACISTS Washington, Juno 10. A bill was pre- are being erected on the silo of those deyears in the penitentiary for the foul muray granting 100 stroyed by the fire, on Main slieet, and a W. P. WALTON. sented in Congnsi der of n colored man; that of Hooker . .. ?w tf F Wvi DIMLKKS in- honor-ab- ly rc- -handsome. brick Hvery stable i about com- rrt irr in.-r- ' Stivers for the nolesi unprovoked taking of acres of the public domain to every - f ti HMJ.yivi, ' discharged soldiel or sailor of the pleted. Three or four cjinuiodiotis brick Books, We have all along regarded the alleged the life of Burt Scully at Paris, for which TC late war. residences are in course of erection and (he Flower bootu a a joke and yet there are he had been given ten yean in the State Louisville, June 1C Judge Sumrall people here eem to be wide rtwale ard full rimrcUii?1 irwil.tlorn tciirtfl;;cruiKjuuJJ prionj and Cope J. Snapp's sentence to I he tiiMiHj who stew to be taking the matter Alto nrnnprra r i, TJk 4 friends claim that out of the penitentiary for stealing thousands of dol- has enjoined the removal of the Knights ot business jHTjjfyTTfyfc lib of Honor head quarters from Louisville. i.iKWEi.KHrirn In answer to a telegram from Hev. II. were each 1118 .lelegaten elected outside of New York lars from the city of Louisville, Mrs. Nannie Witiirow, nte Huston, Allen Tupptr, Sr , secretur of the Bosid of arrr... .1 Krooklju to the Saratoga convention, reversed on technicalities, that appear most iiu burdied at Ludlow, yesterday and will be Foreign Mi"ions, lonttitl at llirhmond, 104 favor hii nomination for President and flimsy to the ordinary observer. In the I'ftigcsl Stuck of Watches, ied at Hustonville this morning. Rev Strother M. Ojok, Jr., who had Va., . first cafe especially we had bulldetl strong tlUUIIUIUIl is uidb-c- u MT "Wn OlOUUIWU ' l0CK Jcwciry .v MircrTturc xr Tevv-? 111 a I Jri rf Iiia1 fsntii lliu QnH tlint n T?lttll in rig his warmest upvnrler8. If there i hopes of the mnjestr of the law. when the Jacub Ubclhor, of Louisville, wanting Theological V.irr liruiight to thli mirlirt I'rlroi !ower thin Seminary al Louisville, eft Hiiyihing that can be said lor Mr. Roswcll scion of a distinguished family could be to go out of the world as he came in it, Wiuticii. tlvxVi sn-- l Jfwelrr U. ilnl.m.l hort tiotlCDinii I'tilre-- t ou Wirruttl I Fmwer other limn that he is possewed of punished even with a short term of penal stripped himself naked and rut his throat. here yesterday for Richmond to confer with the Board, preparatory to poing as a mis a hii'J, we have failed to see or hear of it. servitude, notwithstanding he richly The statement of the East Tennessee, sionary lo Africa. He is a voting man em- -' to forfeit his neck, but those hopes Brn his utrongcit friends ds not claimVirginia and Georgia Railroad for the ine-il- y qualified (' 'lie ork, but hi? ate swept away by the Court of Appeals n statesman, nor cau the.v adumi he is year ending June 30, May and June estifriends wili give biui up rtluc-tanllthmcu a ving'e item from his meagre public !nd we can fee no other alternative for mated, shows net earnings o'Sl, 173,131. as a men who wish to have crime punished and ntcnrd that entitle- him to so much The House parsed the river and hntbor Happening to go into that establ-s'si- i etit Munrtit'ti consideration in connection with property nnd other rights protected, but to appropriation bill, which amounts to over highest office in the land. To be sure ignore the courts, which seem to have twelve millions of dollars, br a vote of I found that with his characteristic dignity l the and eae Mr. John G. l'tilliaiu, well and DKAU R IN be mtv1 one term in Congress, but there formed a collusion to aid instead of to pre- 167 to 104 Turner and White of y favorably known in Stanford, is superin of his brief so- vent crime, and try each offender before no distirguieing feature Hardware, voted nay. Horsic Slitu'", UrorerlCM, NiultllcM, tending the printing lUpirtment of the journ in Washington, save that he could Judge Lynch'a swift and certain tribunal. Iron, NallM, The Texas democrats resolved that Harrodsburg Democrat Taking luooiiHHare, HiiRcy IVIilprt, age into about as fine a dinner for his coterie It is coming to this ard the Court of Ap- "while we favor the education of the masses 11IIKK5' H'lioi-lH- , Ntovt'H, Ohio Mlllw, HarncHM, of friends as the next man. Bjyond the peals U fist hastening the much to be de- by every legitimate means, yet we regard consideration, he is one ol the lie t oted NpokcM, (J rat is, I'lilprMlllH. Lap OovcrN, politicians of this enlightened day Jihui UvBcficiaries of his lioepitahty this little plored consummation. the educational bill now pending in Con- ia a young man Corn MiollcrN, Collarft, Nloiiovar, wide-rjir- d of bin capab'e in every way In a scathing article on the Court of Ap- gress as unconstitutional and dangerous to mailer can hardly produce a very at the head of a daily julirusl in some creat appreciation of his merits and it h peals, the Louisville Commercial has the the encroachment of the rights of Slates citv and of him Harrodsburg is justly Oliver Chilled. Champloa Stool and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden and roi likely that the democratic party will following: "As it now stands and has been and is another grea( step toward the Cast Pumpg, and thf Celebrated ftlayfleld ElevAtor. Tin Roof- proud. J. F. W. inguinale a man without a record or the for years, the Court of Appeals is a failure of ali power in the Federal govtnpand Oa terinj,' will have prompt attention. ability to make one. Flower's little boom, and a clog to justice. It does not assist the ernment and the destruction of the repubHUSTONVILLE, ncntintfu, LINCOLN C0UNTT Sttlrxntrii ', itriui,t,jr. if hr really hss one, was gotten up entirely administration of law. Its decisions form lic." We seem to be in for the itnt.tul June by himself and if thei'e iu anjbody halloo no reliable basis for proceedings. It allows HARRODSBURG LETTER. frehrl. Wfeds ire reversing the prcverb ing 'or mm, tinier lie W! given mm uause itself to be made the machinery of the felon t Harkodsuuro, June 14. -- At the solid- - ami .ire making hay while the ui to, either with his money or by an appeal for the betrayal of justice and the overthrowdoes not Heck the ing of law. There has scarcely been a cry Latian of a lover of thoroughbred horses, I shine. to liia stomach, hi name Cirpenter & Catnnilz, nnderJakers, Mr- fee of the political hoteHCOte If the ing case of crime in this State which the drove out vefterday afternoon to 'Cane t, tUiuucricy expects to win the coming people have not had to push to punishment hurst," the noted stock farm of Col. J. P. Kinney, Ky , ore prepared to furni-- h w ii will have to put forward its best and over pettifogging delays in that court until Chinn, about three miles from town on the and metalic burial civ', hear? and burial trtuvt inen and give no attention to the it command! no respect. Dragged into the Lizington pik, behind a pair of horses of robes of all kinds Tilden's letter of declinature fe'l hei-jJaium of aapir.inls whose cheek h onlv ex- filthy mire of politics, its utterances are Mr. B. F. Coleman. On arriving I found ily upon (he spirits St cur people. Few can that the Col. lives in truly royal style. The celled by their lack of every capacity for suspected and its decisions give no " ith about be found to say they exacted it. In cue palatial residence is a brick J twenty five rooms, including a magnificent Kiint tl'ey are unanimous, i. e.,in rrgnnl- AT- Tiif-HEarthree individuals upon whose In his poem entitled "Pxla Xaieitur non ing it as one of die ablest productions of erected at a cost of S'JG.OOO and itupp rt BUine cin not for a moment de- jit," Djuiel E. O'SulIivan not only proves age. or r) any ate. correctly infer the proposition, but shows conclusively furnished regardless of expense A beauti- the pend; in fact he can pretty A Mngnlar freak of nature has jist ap j front door, fed by ful fountain near the int they will be unanimous in striving to that the muses took no part as his own ac means of a hydraulic ram conveying water are! at Juhn S Good's in the shape rf a Druggists and Booksellers, iwe hnw much they can do in an opposite coucheuse. Dan is a great man, a good fiom a spring 200 yards distant, makes one colt foaled blind. The eyes are only ud'- direction. Mr. Conkling heads the trio man ana we may auu a Deauinui ana acmental, re'f tabling in sir? and color lipe nnd his grievance is that Blaine once spoke complished man, but he missed his mark feel he is admiring tbe one on Fountain cherik--. In all other respects it is uncom-monl- y in the "Queen City of the West." of him in an addms as a "strutting turkey when he assayed to write poetry. It may Square fine and being carefully bred fn m Col. Chinn took us to his training stable, gobbler." Then there are Senator? Dawes be said, however, in extenuation of bis Norman stock, would have been valusbU and Hoar, of Massachusetts, whone pride eiion tnai once in me me ot every man, which covers nearly an acre of ground, Soc Owens is at home from th- - Falls vr.uetung by the cruel remark of Blaine, like the measles and the whooping cough, where I found the famous stallion, "LeonA UC rc.rvil IIA'' vcc. Illtin iai iniuri luv when he was being congratulated upon get there comes a moment when he thinks he atus," whose record as a racer stands pre eminently in the front, having in his 2 year damp for wa(ering places, bu( pru'pecls ting away with them in a debate v"Ob, it's is a poet, and Mr. O'Snllivan may now be winning nine, good. Misms Anne Couk and Lucy Bogle passing through that trying period. Then old form started in ten races, ao credit to get the better of two old the stakes amounting to over $21,000. The have got home; tbe latter from tisrrard The trio ii pouting yet and Blaine do not judge him tio hastily, dear friends. sum of $40,000 was refused for this hore county, the former from Murphrrtsboro, AND cava never say or do anvlhing that will Frank Rankin, whoe trial at Louis-vill- e on the race course at Long Branch. An Tenn. G. B Cooper is taking a reces fot wirwout the calling insults. Perhap it liii-iiitni-- e ith Mr created so much interest last week, imported stallion, "Dilna Cirdach," is also recuperation before embarking ! was the two old women who inductd the was found guilty cf (be murder of Martin at this stable and is one of tbe finest bred Geo. Ryan iti tnerchardi'ing. Mrs. Car Manachusetts republicans to resolve that A Full ami complete iiHMorliiH'iit or Furniture, embracing ev Cidy and sentenced to imprisonment for horses in the world. This animal was penter is still an invalid, without percej t for the first time in the history of the life, although he richly deserved death. purchased in England sometime since by ble change J. J. Drye has returned from vr tlilnj; from flic licapoHt to I lie FliK'Mf Parlor NiiHcm. So party a man has been nominated ' The people were so much wrought up over Mr. M W. Kitts, of St. Paul. In all there his estern xcurioM looklec nnuullv nwil lo go lo the largo '!ll"s lo make purcIiaxi'N, 110 matter who i believed, when in office, to have uliatiuan(lij-irjuulllyjotbe trial that had it resulted otherwise than are fifty head of thoroughbred racers, nota- well uanl, a I oan ami Mill duplicate his office for personal emolument. We were a little urpried by the Jm any prices j on can ohlalu olxculierc, freight it did, a mob would have attempted to ad- bly among them "Gilly Flower," the dam IioIiir uiMoil. AIno "Kino Tiiebav, of Burniah, has been minister justice to the culpiit. A military fir a rennion in (bat city i f the h full assorl lueiU ol Collins, ('a on. Shromls ami Kobe.s, embrac-Mirvivors- of of the celebrated horse, "Fatinilzi," and Louise-al- l ' from again. The last time we chron- company was therefore ordered to be in "Emily Peyton," a once famous race mare, the Mexican wir from loth lug nil fho Sli Ivh. both olieiitt unit ic! d anything about his brutish highness readiness for any outbreak. ide', and the tatement that Mexlcm an opposite St. AHiipli Hotel, .Stanford, Kj. now 24 years old. In the above large numwe told of his building a palace with mor-li- e jtue Ate ill Senator Beck says be was for a West ber of horses there is not one but what can thontie' favored the fcheme. mixed up with the blood of young and be pronounced unexceptionally good. Such natured enough to hint thst it is lo result in ern man till the republicans went East for tender maidens, Mmghtered for the pur-jo- e f their candidate, but now he is constrained a collection is leldom set n and they show the annexation or uliuKtinn as having poisNow we hear of him good hand." ! The more charitable opine thit it is rotten to think it is our bounden duty to get an that the Col. always "holds a and mar-rx- d oned his wife and mother A ksi I us Tim Seated in his elegant pirlarsenjoyiug his up in order lo give the people of the U.ii Eastern man to run against .Blaine, who hia decerned wife's sister. With all has strong opposition in his own party in unbounded hospitality, I thought I would ted S.ntes an apportunily V) piovc to the & ii i bmlirth instincts the old racal shows a that section. He belie ve that Bayard or touch lightly on the subject of politics, and n the r BONANZA Altec that r" al of human nature and in the utter in- knowing that Col, Chinn was one of audacity in deftndinfc their territory frt-iand A til II r Mil M it Cleveland could eaily beat him. i. , I in n j iriunl ili.ai nrj ( n tir . ce be only did what a great many mar- and '47, 4ud that we t 0 Phil Thompson's warmest supporters and invM 'i in ,. r .. ... .. , w,,iiiiir'n-- "monaa.v" iintiisinit NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. air.ifiiea woiuj iikc to uo, nine inoiner-i- n ie l..KiU;!.Vl most ardent admirers, I asked if what had miguanimo'ily il!iiit: to let by koi ui f'l.l iil.lt 1" Ht'XiltlllL-Mla- Slllll.rr. ' m.r. i..m.im:s.h 1. ,... . n liw w dissyrecable and the siter-inforgo! 'en. raclion P ( ; r v." The Dupont Powder Company pays lieen said about that gentleman's candidaJa f pn t . .S iflktS WL..K. ROBINSON CO., Hichn.omJ InJ. to Concres was true. He t the Vu'cin C'jmpaay $75,CO0 to suspend u cy for A San Fr3iiHCo man ha patent stdve & 7 1 Time after investigation year Thk said that although Little Phil hsd never burning a mixture f petroleum ard wati r jZj.i r L -15 ndi ilwt Senator XT J f 'tirL'SS&b. K I.obbins did not plead Fred Finz r, of the firm of "Fi re Broth- - advertised as a candidate, he was in the wbi it in two minutes and a half cm ' ow "jr .v .n Y xkJ Isipav-the riili trgaft to keeep from the payment erV' Louisvil e, died suddenly of Bright' field all the same, and the Col. stated that a btkmg tv -' 1YK7 Wi. -of M tn c. V-i ett ii&.1 jaffii VK7-ii- 2 of S3), but simply denied that he owed the disease at Hot Springs no night could hi too dark and no country V amount, of which the plaintiff presented Pay-fieGeorge Dawson stabbed and instantly too far off for him to go at a moment's What Some of Our Bait Fatmeri nnd Gitiiem of Lincoln and Garrard 8ay bo proof-- We are glad for the sake of Mr. killed Owen Nuckols, near Louisville. wirning and perform any favor for his dear . thr i.iiiUriUunlcltliMiinr ,) Uarrnnl. .In irrtllr tlut Lincoln r h.tf .m our wheat Bobbins, who had always borne the charac- Whisky caused the difficulty. Pnil. Inexpressive language he signified !hrl.f. with lint Ifiwa t !'(,. New i.l we .rlu 4ml nn.l r IuiiIbs-- .. J crM.i ter the wnrk ll li,l for us It Ihrnliw Tm . Imn..SJ ltir.h-- f ami Infill,., ny wr rlrn cirst 10 Hatlrg ilttrrulDfl ter of an honorable and high minded man his willingness to sink every dollar in his KimatKiipr,! rrrr liml. The National Republican Cjmmitto tamoth.r nil will, m nol. n not truck th. r,H like wit wnohlwc iifiir l.ir .i!f irlvitrlr u.r .w "I.. uat1 no r ir. .. r.,iltu.loii will and for the good of the democratic party, will meet in New York po'session to secure Thompson's election llr i!i r(k. ii iv Kusino tri,Mihti iitM-- l t,,h'iT Xji'Miim ol tM. II i I H,.i n.y ehn ,,t ,0 t . I the K' T "' arJune 20th and ihnnlu II THAI Will, mmim .1 K Boiler Ihrt.ra-- i l.iiilic t.'i. L n Ri; n. t fn- him which he is to represent in the apjirnach-injr- . range for an active He also slid that if Durham was made the Is .1 .'1'iu.irj,l?t. EOt rs-- .isr .m.l 'f.-- t MiwOitln. I .s campaign. ter J rt H.lr. II ll.u(hiu.H. .1 II Miller, J l.yiin.M .1 VOssJi-jr.l- l : B Muun.ri. K Hiiil.lniir. Wiu (Immli. Ju.d.n IVikin, Jsmr. T A.lsnn, Wm u ci Presidential contest, that the first Tbe r eny democratic nominee, Judge John Kyle, of A Gen. John Rodman, the Reporter cf charge ha been refuted. IlHrrodshurg, would be the republican C m- tseenao-r- whl t'.e farmer. In refill In th.- - H.tjnu Threrher ami Ki.kln. It l,r It.,1 I. n the Court of Appeals, was In Good Kiiiiuiiir Order. A ' . I. tlimnil lDil.ini ami 1I1I l,e-- e lir W II Til .Wi lilt th.ir !...,, u .. n.. to that .1 gressional standard bearer in this district; PE8II)E.nt M. II Smith telegraphs position for a terra of two years. ml '.'"' 1"t' Jot up llku ufi..t, will, siunnj j. k Tlml'tr I'ltutjr n4 a.fM.ine I w. .ill t wl'iioi t"l "esii-it- ul a n.t iifuHnl Hirwhed,,M n. the H.n.ne, Threther.llultih, ll wj. fi.Iw.ili llr done- - nice Mi.1,-- . MHU, HUnfoM, K j , McAlli-t- r and that if McCreary was the man, Bennett lo Krrt, nock, iuh t.r coud fsrui A waterspout destroyed tbe house of A that it is (he intention of the present I.tnvoln Mill.. llortM, Clttl, AC. To thoe whom I hi lohl itMChliierr I eileml Ih.nki tur their ptronij(f, ami will mjt to tbota I'erxmt wltbiD to (Brie In 'he ljmber I tl- Board of Director to place the finaneiil Francis Moore near Williamsburg and would be the candidate of the republicans, ,fUX yon up wlUi th- - Uie niiitl imchlnrrr "Jr ,nV l.wl" '.nf1.'1'1?1 "nr.fvlli ne will flu J s iljlr4 to l'lurelTi and he seemed to speak authoritatively. otBiBK tiT i I b-- Out .: n.laln narl I ..(..Lin. ....I.. latlnic IHI tlinil'l H lUillllT O I'Mulii! itiilter " ' management of the company's affairs with drowned his wife and five children. ' " II I fill I.OtiAX. l''n.i. wm.iu.iiiiri, , tllRTe As we were leaving, Col. Chinn showed ttaitonrlUr, Kj. Gov. St. John, of Kansas, will not vote the officers at Louisville as soon as practiVirnri verytrulr. 'l,h' II'. Tll.tYI.OIl. s pastures a ctlf cable The Louisville and Nashville will for Blaine because tbe republican convec- me in one of his peculiarly interesting to look upon. Its jpjyii. tion ignored the temparance question. not hereafter he clased among the Wall The total valuation of taxable proper- legs are so short that it has to stand upon Lincoln Co. atrcet companies." Under that state of afFor Sale. faire the stock of the road is bound to go ty owned by white person3 in Fayette coun- its hind feet to reach up to the cow's tea'. up and he who buys it nt i's present low ty is SI 1.097,180; by colored persons $103,-52- Otherwise it is perfectly formed nnd well I t. vD tbe inr uitt. l.fce. thue developed. It is only about 27 inches in nowuflrr l.ir Irn-,- ' Jir.r.itrly Midillel'iuy eti wUuhJ ' prlco will tealizs handsomely. rutitle. Seven men were executed at Jerez, height. ;tlO uilln lr mi Huiiourilie. ico'.uo.bi; f tjinJ. known si cue jjonc th lmt zr. n UKN.UREEjt Clay Ssmitii Hitys he"ctn Spain for the Black Hand socialist outrage. A field of wheat on Col. Chinn's farm .trri-Mocauaxy. 1.1' well, jileut - cl not support Blaine and the party who nom- Five others were committed to prison for proves that he understands farming as well and teiil fsnui Id thf,ir ..er .tiotiwater, in aoue unit m.i m ; u t ' iiiiIidki. ivourjc i irti Kowi, all BtiH'trr inates such a candidate deserves lo be beat- life. as lie does how to handle cards, G5 acres of on in ci Tue republican Senators held a chucub which will, it is said, average about 35 land. Atiout 5 air cnlir; t.jrt, atni! tlmtor 15 aret en. Neither his manners nor his methods arc Ii I i.lai. - in in imall giD at.il r.,.i. Alio al;it 1; ( commend him to the honest, patriotic citi at which it was decided to press the Mexi- - bushels to the acre. t ' n.l! Acre of Land Irom Hum miille uri IttiitnnTllle A Urnd ford ri lie nlte- iNuiM Acret zens of the republic end I will support any can pension bill its it was received from Jmt across the road from the above farm clrartd, talame In tiiuter. U'oiiJ nuke a ijood respectable ticket the democrats may nomi the House, The Inrgest stock over in Stanford nml tho host to ho found in Central Kon- rci..i One tluiner adi" n- little is the training stable of Abe Coleman, Ekj., iti; homn. AiK'loo Kime, flee lot of letuit timber en it. Alio The President has signed the bill proo hope the General will not fortiate." Hi J I tt lLfll f hfli.U tit l....l Un,t l(n nt i ' 1iil in which are now quite a number of extra fiae get bia latter assertion and go off with some viding that newpapers weighing less than fast horses, among them the famous '"Mag- ihewJuomiii.:iiiipi.,rktoLtirty. it j. aloca- - tucky, euibracttig iiljoiit twenty five tlitTerent 6tyles Irom the leadint? manu. .w....i.,b body of tlmWr and tiit' iuc.it of it very well four ounces shall be sent through the mails gie," that won the prize at the St. Louis td for cultivation The ort cainrl trarttef . impossible prohibition candidate. tlmbereU Jandi villein (aicy co.intv. J win fell liictlirers 111 tho United SUtns. lVraoun nonfniiinlnJintr Ihhm,.,. ., ,.ol.:U i.:. for one cent. .ui.iu ima b a Fair last year in a ring full of horses from any or all the above iuJf on revotinW termini TiiK Danville Advocate, an original BayDan Rice, ex showman, went to Chatis warmer lor him than ever. hVw,,dr"'vV2,T..,Ii,hl,,,f t0,mr" Spring should select the same or place their orders nt once; for at this eeaaon United States. all over the ard paper, tanooga as a religious exhorter and "sucnr-t- f Huitonvii:. Mr. Crlt Davis' training stable near the We nro heart nnd soul with it now, but i all mantifncttirers of first-clas- a vohiclss aro invariablj overrun with ordors cumbed to good fellowship" which means Htrrod-bur- g race track is also full of horsfouryeirs ago when it advocated his claims he got ditink. Tilden, the greatest .RD(1 Jf t5ie vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will we were for Samuel J. es of considerable reputation, three or four require from four to eight Fish, of the Marine Na of them the property of the great horseman, mat this generation has produced. Biy-ar- d tional Bink, New York, has been indicted weens noijtftin nj tour woes? oeing rcqinroil to mako, fiuijli ami dry a first-clas- s stands next to him and at the front Mr. Bonner, of New York. by the grand jury for violation of the THE IMCCGGIST, Mercer county farmes teem to have come with Tilden out of the way. job ready for shipment, under the moat favorable circumstances. banking law?. to the conclusion that there are millions in - Ruds Butler, as gallant and as Col. J. The jury disagreed at Cincinnat Saturis said that at least ii worn sum uy me win o xounu 10 do sucii as l represent thorn, unless I true a Holdier as served the confederacy day in the case of T. C. Campbell, the at raiaing tobacco, and it 3,000 acres of this crop has been planted in Is Preparing tor a Llrely .Summer! ad as genuine a gentleman a ever lived, torney who was charged with attempting have been deceived myeelf, nnd in that event the purchaser will bo fully in- this county. Kev. W. P. Harvey is among is dead at Louisville after n long illness. to bribe a witness. and judging from the tremen- IIU Call anil examino my stock and I will do my best to pleaso you He was Colonel of the First Kentncky An accommodadon and an excursion the number, lice ofpixili, In erery tarlety mtiaiiy ouud demnified. iici'jrr oi trie nicti, in in n btii-u.idous tobacco barn that he has about comOaralry and the surviving members of that train collided on the Camden railroad near nnd romiiletr. . rrot na r.nf.,1 r 'in sfvlf rmnlitv nntl tir?rf. Vnn .-.. pleted, an abundant crop is expected. bw ,w umi vviiiuiu-- i irum me anu at aa i" j gallant command will grievo to know that Ashland, Saturday. Eight persons been misrepre- Judicious Alterations in the Internal Harrodsburg has surely tie is no more. were killed and a number fatally injured. reasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere else and get a guarantee on Becure Room Oomfor: been here several days " and Better Display, David A. Wells says that In cao elih. sented, for I have The Frankfort Yoman of tho 12ih was a them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from home. Resand have not witnessed the killing of a mammoth edition. It gave the tide of all er Bayard or Cleveland is selected and the single man, though from the reputation of P.trik lar attention Ii cailwt te pectfully, tbe acla paued by the Legislature, together revenue plank calls for reform, there will the town I was partially anticipating an full text of many of the more im bianeudto uny independent nomination, entertainment of that unpleasant charac A Large and Elegant Addition to the with a G-EIO- . Stock of Jewelry, On bills aod 74 ami the republican revenue reformers will portant. There were 1,0-lter. That drummer who came into town a support the democratic ticket, short time since waiving a lUg cf truce AlJ crtldeecf rerta ietat resolutions passed. g LATEST NEWS. i to-d- ay. Bv m wmn.f 'Tr 6Tj '- k mm&mmg Drugs. Stationery and Fancy Articles. TUIrD 1.) tc-d- V i i' n?" -- J ri SsJ? j 'MfAe rUrt - Wi Hi HIGGINS9 lMi Ken-tuck- n "." o( :' , con-twi- WALL PAPER J STAGES NTAIWOIKD. v ' ratia-faction.- TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON e ball-roo- McROBERTS OI'ISIM JIOIS: ISLiOCK, B '" U1IDERTAKEIR? WE&lllf. jour Ieiilei- in .o ul ht-er- itnnyi.. vl.. ..... M-x- if. in-la- W. H. TRAYLOR, GRAIN , -- 1 FIELD SEED THRESHER. . - ''. tlu, c -- I drfs &3& ff 1 Saw Mill For Sale! nd !. hf iSi y i & r4 f 1 M . "' hbJI-oo- . le u" .... I. So-- tf blue-gras- Farm BllffSpieS, o. Phaetons. Snr- reys, Carriages, Village Carts, c. j- fint-rat- e Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, a!-- ' . 1 j. .. nitrv. Cr !3PSCOCl HUSTONVILLE, KY., ia-g-ti li j' ... ..l.:t, W3EARKI1T. STANFORD, KY. Itffg.'s Agt., Liberty, Case Co. TltK JonM Hrother at I'uluakl have ohl Carpenter A Camnilz, undertaker, ntnro huu'eaud utoc- - of goods to Hig-glKy., or? prepued to furnish wood A Wool for SI S00 and will ehortly the Tin: IVeileM IccCieaiu Pieuer coino to Lincoln rith a view of purchasing and metalic burial case, hearse and burial JUnO 17, 1884 Stanford, Ky., i.u0fi fo, Ke niy ,r I)r)Kht A Curran. a farm. robe of nil kind. Keimsh hand nliuimiioii combined reaiiRELIGIOUS. Some of Jay Gotild'a psper went to l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. protest Saturday and rumors of hi failure tr and mower In wd ropair for iwle cheap-UiTlie Reformed Preshytcriau Synol re-- 1 " 12 14 r. u. P. Wcareu. were rife. Mall train going North ports as their total membership 10,027. . .1 M r. m Houth The train dispatchers of Louisville, . IWl, u. AS Ii A X. train killed four Rood lioraea Kid. W P. Harvey, of Harrodsburg, EinreaHralii"' Houth .. 3 K . M. i Kuril a call for a national convention to be belonging to Mr. Jiuiim Crow at on time, reports that he has organized 3l.r Sunday-school- s Tliealioie It calculated on atamlartl time, Solar held In that city Aucuit 20th. within a year. h few nixhtH ago. timet Uul20mlnutea fatter Senator Williams enys that If the bill Sinkey, the evangelist, In on li in way Thk (ioi.hkn Patint Flour U made back to thin country. Private business and to pension Mexican soldiers pasaec, the LOCAL NOTICES. from the bet Miiiiifolii whet, and ly number pensioned, including widows, will a desire for rest call him. over any Hour you have tied. A trial of livi I'AiNTaof Pennr A McAHater. Kev Alexander J. Ilalrd, D. I) . of not exceed 800. LANiUtKTita garden teed nt MoKoUrti it i .ill I pk. For eale only by inc. T. Thomas Kucker of Camphellivllle.was Xaahvllle, died suddenly in Xew York A KtHK'd'. K Walton. almost Instantly killed by an accidental wi Sunday. He was en route to (ho meeting LunniCATiMt oiU of nil kinds at Penny .Sithhbk Dbatii. Mr Ss.S. .Mjera receiv- of the Pieshyteiian Alliance ot Ilclfasl. diechnrge of his shotgun. His last words AMoAliaterV. JiitAN.) new ntock of ercry thiin; In the ed a telegram jeUrday Mating tat Mr. S. ISishop ( W Peterken wai married nt were, "Hell Is my doom." P White, the father of Mln Madie White, Richmond, Xotlnng indicate more cleuly the jewelry line at Penny A McAliater'a. . W, to Miss Marian Stuart, and poultry pow-de- r who ha Un attending tlio Culluje here, daughter of John Stu.ir:. one of the weal- desperate character of the republican situaIlohXh, cattle, ulu-efor tale by McKoberl A. Stage. died middtnlr Sunday night in Jillerion thiest hiiJ ranat priminent citizens of the tion than the statement made that Mr. KKWikxdca of ready mixed paints for c utty, a . - . I'laine will take the stump. Old Dominion. rtl ir trade at McKobcrU A fjtaggV Cnglm M. Clay, of Kentucky, la negok in to giousurviriM yeslorday There were it Jri'dB M H. Owxi.kv Watched, Clocka and Jewelry repaired city. An average ol tiating with the Harpers, for the publicato run for Superintendent to tliVKedetinns at lai places in this nnd warranted by Penny & McAlieter. tion of his memoirs, which are to be very Til is bent Hod Water In the clt at Pen- ol Common School that he will he at 400 would make the entire attcndince 52 , of 1P0, which fs n large perefntageof thecitv's complete and will fill two volumes. o-,ooc?,- s ny & McAiiater't; made with pure rock Inct'terall next week for the purpose One of Gen. Grant's Arabian horses candy iynii and lltvotcd with puret fruit examining them, ai it U made hi duty by population- .- Courier Journal. ago juice The. Methodist Kpicnpil Church Ex- kicked over a milkman's carl not long ihe new liw to do. and last week a Xew Ycrk jury gave the PERSONAL. Hoard haa in Its twenty yearh' hisThe Superior Court reversed the ArcU tension tory received $2 600,000, with which it haa milkman a verdict for $5,000 damages. Miw. J. S. Munriiv ha gone to irn of tin Unroln Circuit Couit in the tnx John Kelley ears: "I believe Senator built l,C00 houses of worfhip, with 1,000,-00Springs, caen agairt the L A X , ao far na the fine Hsyard stands better in the light of public fittings, that are now worth $3,000, and triple tax were concerned, hut held that Mu. A. II. Li: Fi.vnn, of Uich-ion- i', opinion than any other man I might name. 000. it muet pit t!.e taira of 1870 and 1877, Ohio, is here, The ordain of Informed JudaUm are He is more popular with the democracy amounting to $a07 'JO. Min Pahv liuiiNMiiK la visiting Mi advocating the observance of Sunday as a than Thuiman, McDonald or Carlisle. Fannie West In Lancaater. The management of the Cincinnati! become a diy for religious service in the synagogues A CAtL on Ittv. J A Ilojle to -- Mn. John W. Wmrr, cf Liberty, of Public in addition to tho usual Sabbath or Satur- Xew OrleatiB A Texas Pacific Railroad have for Superintendent candidate U. ..,!.. ...,1 M.al.r.l.W l.u-o one day cervices to which Heurewn are raid decided to reduce the gauge from 6 feet, in Ibis isue. l-rri.it i. .... - llAl.lilf. 1 .11 IPl growing ir.iliflV rent the present standard, to 1 feet 8 Inches, doubts his Mpieity fur the psitiu and in to Kate IMelin at Alum Springe. Ml the Xorthem standard. The work will te would appro-ciat- e his present oondiiion no ote LAND. STOCK ANU CRqP. MimH'F. Davm returned with Mr. commenced in GO days. its bestowal more thin he. Short-horo- a sule t 1 Hamilton' Xannia llrewtr to Dnrille Sunday. In the Second District the demccratic and II. It. amounted to $", 10, an avtage of $340 committee called n convention to meet at Mr-'i- :. Mu J. K KAIllHs ami Jliot ivzzie Aiam Camniix liave foriLwl a pjrtneiship for a per head went to Danville on n visit yesterday. Sabree City, Sept. 11, to nominate a candi0 The Henry countv wool pool sold haa returned gtneral undertaking hulnws at McKinney Mk. J. F. McCl-AKdate lo succeed Congreieman Clay, and in pounds of wool to a Ltiiviilc firm at )'! nd ami will keep an assortment of from n viit to relatives in hockcastle. the Third the convention will be held at Miis Ci.aka Wklcii, of Louievllle, metalic burial nes aUays on hand. They lo to 23 cents Howling Green, July 24. J uff wheat sold in Chicago SiturJay who haa been visiting relatives here, re- have a nice hearee and are prqimd to F. deGissac.of this precinct, haa reJuly corn wait on their nutomers neatly and prompt' at S2Jc and August at 89Jc. turned Saturday ceived from Frauce his father' old gold brought V': Miw. John T. (Iano, cf Dillas, Texas, watch which is worth about $10 for old "SijuireJ S Murphy bought Minnie and Mis- - Florence Jruimus, of St. j(lHS Vieki.n, of the Waynisburj? gold. The tarifl charges on the same were W. Kmbry'a relatives here. Mo., are w $5.15. tried lefore Judge 12th, a fine Joephine, at J. $21.70, and the express charge sale Saturdar. Lr.AVi:Li.,of(tairarJ.ho jr(,ri yt.r,iay 0 Mux. Jami charge of sUaling Yet theie are persons in this country who The Adair Fair will begin August 19 has been sick at Dr. Carpenter s, has recov. J(W cro(, ,jt(l fotu ,,e Cincinnati S iiithern ay that our iofant industries should be and ror.ticue four dajs. Tlie management ered autricienlly to return home. Bn,l held iu $35 for rtil hrceoy. jtjim,j Pari Xews. protected. will accept thanks for complimentary. Th Central L'ulversity conferred the Mr. U. (iooch appeared as bond'innn At Lebinon Judge Scott Mayes was bull I have a thoroughbred Short-hor- n re- degree of A. M. on our worthy joung ,! vrioni wlo had been in jail, w rudely acsaulted by Doug Brown, a bs.se which I will atand at mv place near the leased. townsman, Joepb Kfifgs Paxlon Brown Btruck the Judge in ball pitcher Danville toll gate at J2 the season. J M -- Mies Mahy XewI.a.M, who bs bern his fis'; the Judge made a l.rirl.- - w.irl- - nt thf nn lilifldinca baa tLe face with 1 ur U , McUoberts, Jr. attending the Intern Kentucky Xormal .. amJ tlip n)(fll ut rrsilr for motion as if to draw a pistol, when the pa-aold to Woodcock V Lickey . A Cstleitsburg, hss returned home. the tinner was caui-i- d South-Ben- d School at The trouble With their iron fronts and averaged ties were separated. lambs diaoi-derCait If. K. Fahmkh and wife, Mrs. heavj cornice they are de3 ded ornament Helm Saturday 75 and I which by the Judge fining Brown $-- for V. (Jentry aold K A June and F. K Farmer, of Cincin- and a man cn hnrdly look at them and 70 pounds, at 5$ Brown went off on an outconduct. of 09 pounds average at bc. nati, came over on the K. C and sjent keep from being gld that the 6re did get them a lot Tnprecedented rains for June are re- going train. Sunday at the Mvers Houee. Congressman Ermentrou. of 1 ennsyl- in its woik. ported from California. Crops have been Min A. S. Oukau, of Lexington, was vania, dees not accept Tilden's letter as KiLLrn nv Liohtniso Squire George damaged ten per cent within the past two Tisiting Mi'n Maggie and Jennie Hock-e- r conclusive. He says: "Oh, we'll nominate to b; especially unfortuweeks es, I She is now the guest P. Uright seems n few days an The letter 7 -- S Dunbir, Of Kiwena, bought of DX Tilden. of course. nate with hi cittle A few years ago he of that ? Tilden talks of of Mrs 15. D. Ilruc, near Providenre. lead it, but what all he bid with a wvaUriou- - diease Prewitt, the obi John Fugleman farm, Mu W 11 Mtu.r.it has gone to MiiS- - lot God; the voice of the people Is containing 107 acres for $10,000 about $00 the voice of n;gbt three 8ne S.ioM-borand Ftiday in the intrrest nl Ins laml agency, lie the voice of God, ard he can not refuse to given Oct. 1st ' fr killed ' ligbtnlnir Thev were per acre IWe-io- n carried n mink full of the w en lerful voice of the people, which At Senvur John S. Williiux' and A respond to the all lying under a hickory tree ami were growth atlainrd hr vegrtib'es and wilt nominate him and put him in the killed bv the sime liolt He had recently W. ll million's Siort horn stle 17 cowsav-eragw- l " in the gardfii spot of the world. ; 5 bulls averaged $113. The White Houe paid lXi foronr of them LOCAL UATTERS. r. m aggregate of the sale a $20,550, a general Hi. uk Jaik Di'MfH iT.-c- ipt .NEW ADVKr:TlSK)lKTS. 1 H. Walton's. Utf dur-- i average of $81)5 Flit' it Jak at Tivlor, who ae on Urn AX--X Dasim.kCoukt. Sinaflfr crowd. 1 Ing the wir Mil who n nw Utioneil hire Cattle It r cream ot nil hoiiM at the pirler 00 lew sleek than tistisl jrslerdai. 3III-I.- S O a ficial eximiner of tb Pension Itjritu, LincHster siret. S. S Myers. were rather dull and s ld at li to h cents. sent his consratulatioiis to bis i Id c'i vrarlir-Rebii-ifho" t rtn.llnRonTui8'aya,Tl!ur8. brought S3 1 10 rer Will only ' lime till b.m rf tit () . . Swki.t Potato Plant with jwtat" at- 'and e.t the a I r . ... I... v.. a piiij tn.i I., um.i " i ...it. All J UCIMIIU.J.v. n .....i minw c.u hi '... J. i. 1'AltltlS. Jiad I y on of mr old ch.i lis tbrl Illl. i. ten ll'iir tache-0 cent (ter bundred. 0 J. New- - lai-u nl jiricts he was born in the old Moil' boii' ne r an,l. CARPENTER &. CAMNITZ, (ienw.il replied: 'lVenhi The D4fllLL. tOTLE COUNTY. Coxt: knd see Ihe Handsome D. noer Stanford I w lioti- -. must lw a mistake TJNDEKTAKERS, In ihe (limit v c url Monday a settle'ift m our ciueawari department. stent b)rn inJsrfcon C. HI" lien. Woifor'-it.ir- r ment ul t Tibbs, ' .f ICY.. Bright A furrai'. iL.it Llinu-- wai bom in Ktniuckv - KiiudiKii (.1 KiiuiA Tomkins, waxfiltdand JIoKINNEV . ,,1Jlir.k. i Ii.irr.aui Omchahii.-Jui- Ik AieprarartJtoliirni.h Wood anJ Metalic Burial if ..... K.... llB, ,. ,.,5 d until in xl term for exceptions. McCreary will speak at Crab Or-- , jnlS,i efMlllAt, Cirlisle v ill .t- - to he contu ii Cas, Hear-ii- 'l tUirlat ltobrs of all llJ and l! iv. Tut- Dmvillt IWse It'll A'sociation has ' 8ni chard nexi Saturday, -- 1st, nt - A. M. ti,- - ,ltmc- Jinl 0) ,,,. ,nJ llf l(lrt 0.,i,er Lf been i t'ii 'r.'d by the election of Dr. A. W. ! lick1 Johiiftuno and Mersr". 1 t?. Lee, S. G. Tiik Louisvilles got aw,y with the In-- ' cr,,lc vlllee.yesterdsy afiernoon by a sue of IP Tlir L ni'iel't Time iiiohh u Iiicor Ikole, It M. 'Durham and George Allen, oleJ rroroisl. will l rrrflTed at tlie otfice will try it again this alter- - recti. The lat trial .f Sam ilolmrs was directors. ofJudceE W. llrown.Slanlord.andaltli olBce toC They It H BronauBh.Crab Orchard, until upon The ladies of the Protestant Episcopal ofr Ju.Mce not for damages in the sum of m 3 ncon of$160 w.soblaiiipd, but chnrch gave a Japanere Tea Monday evenTT'against MadiMin which a judgment Tin. amount of , LrsU.!tIngitU Intent to kill Marhal ing. A J.ipiue tup and siticer were giv. ,.o, ,.c.,,n,rti ... . (or tlie tin illngol couniy..r..s...-.v.- , f, n.vlson bad en to eacn cmtomer nd a variety of Jap-acc- e DiTisfin, 15 SlKW :M. The Count) J ii J. e $ti,0s jjoodti fold. Tne proceeds were for 8 ROOMS AT THE POOR-HOUSa verdict in the Lincoln obtaim-already nn J i be Attorney IKX). Plan- - ai.d ipcclficatlona Cirrui (,'jiir: for J'Umm) djnaies Mictiined the benefit of the church. Crab Orclur.1. - named ofllces. ii lo eeu melihtr of uie hUitiMr. V M. Hje by ressun of the al.ot, b it the Or? court, The annual jaity j;ivin to the graduaHisiNtsCiu.MiK is to furnish all Ihe material arid Money wi been of CeiiUe Collece by President complete the work h Oct. M ting cUm acnt for the - t N t the Junction, nill to which .1 chance of venue had and Mrs. Bally Friday night, from S to blda reset Ted. l'lujo-aon an inriktuvnt charjsius to be opened at llio resi.n this week ami enter into the firucery ith Mr.S S tver, of l om U jt.i intent to kill, mlered a comproini'o 12, was attended by neirly all the young p u r.pK8(TIIli busier" It 11. llKnN.UIlll, in hi store The verdict of $110 nfier the jury hung, stand piople of the city, all of whom speak en. nun hoiinhi I" II iiu i 1' lUllillV, l.l-nj no ten for acquittal and thusiastically f tl,e fine time they had. & IloIe. lenrn ing as h. W. HanM K. firm will be Myers Couimlttifl o,5, A herd of Holstein cattle owned by two for 5100 fine. John Owkm n drunk atnl disorderly A t I W. Mr Henry T. Noel, ho htely moved here IUAK1 ANU .M' lOSAl here Situnlay niKbt, but when Marshal adOT- take part in aajict: who from Garrard citinty, bave been much (i WMihwil Is'cwlanil went to arrest him he took to his The cows, of this stock aro uid to hall le the deinoentic notniaee for Presi- mired. LIVK HTOCK heels. lie wa- - lifter of foot tlun "Brothand dent, hi T.eJ are of interei-- t t the public equal the Alderneya as to the a,u.lily er," who in a fhurt time .ve up the chae produced and to curpisj COMMISSION MERCHANT! we cive the u a he sve tlem to in in quantity of butter and sent a bullet seedSn after the ilepirt-in- g and quality of milk. reply to our in:rri:tort: ' Mv Srt choice them as to the VIO STOCK YVltlls.-- tiest Col.C. E Bowman, of Frankfort, is in U Biyard, whiun 1 reeard athepurtet and -- OHIO. Mr. Peter For, of Louisville, wae CIXCIXSATI, KTK.Nfivr. iiiiprovements and busy prep- nblesl statesman of tie times lis would town Hockcastle Moore, of AlMrn. Archie arations am bcinn made ut old make an i.!eil i'red lent and his adminis- here Monday. orrncE in siicep i'Kss. FprinRs, Kentuckj, to render its forty tration waild be the iiMnd. tlnce J tier- - bany, Sh.ickleford county, Texas, is here Mcrehanta National Hint of Cinr.CFF.RKhCKii. on a viit to old friends, after an absence cf cinnati, Tralen Natluiul Buk of CoTlngtou, or fourth season the most successful in it his son s ..ici'inini wpum v a jhuje nt-uuany olhcer of lioone cyu?.t',,.h(Y,p tory. Hotel now open and descriptive cir-- 1 and the t would be one of great ten or eleven yeare. Dr. W. N. Turner, nuDtii.'ESTON. Ottle Salenncn, ready fcr distribution strength. 1 am however wedded to no par- assistant physician of the Western Lunatic culars and analysis K. HogS.ite.niaii-1- 1. Shtep Salesman W. M. CONLIS. on application to F. J. Campbell, Manager, ticular ticket. If it is found that a Wes- Asylum, at Lexington, was here Monday. I. S. Warrcu is visiting her Muter, llockciistle Sprint:', Ky. tern man is more available for its head Mc Mn. Dr. here, Dinald would be my choice anJ anv good Mr. Sam Warren, nt Somerset. Mr. Robt. ArrBii lyiiiK two inunttiH m College. county, Ind , is here, Extern man. Gen. Slocum for instance;! in Jenniugs, of Johnson J udje Brown has at last succeeded in fior an abenco of 43 ytara. He was born Lear iu the Lexington Lunatic Asy- fact nnybjdy almost but Cleveland or STANFORD, KY. on Dry Branch, betwien thia place and lum. He is a rrtvint; maniac at times nnd Flower" Perryvllle and emigrated to Indiana 15 very dangerous, but as neither of the apy- Somerset. Uncle Lewi Patterson, fath- yean ago Ho sees very few persons on With a Full Corps of Teachers, died lait lums. would tike him, alleging their er of Mrs Will Newell, of our streets thU he eve f aw before Mr. Fifteenth Bewlon crowded condition m the reason, he has Saturday mornin. apeil h0 yeaw. John II. JJasil Guest, of Chicago, is here en a vUit. Thtilnitltutlonwillorealta on the 2d Monday in SepUuiticr next. been forced to lie in jiH. wife, of Lancaster, wtre Woodcock and Call an Rov.J. A. Bogle. rhc republi-cu- . Mr. A. C Sine, down to attend, the faneral. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A A Usrri'i. Invention Kev. J. A. UmhEVcar SinX numBlaine and rttifieil the nomination of yesterday ft of Kings. Mountain, allowed ua Stanford friends, recognizing THOBOUGHENGUSHCOURSE at the court- - ber of your with a bit; blow-ou- t recent intention of his for meisuring and Locan t your ability and eminent fitnesi f.ir the po day. Mm.- LncintU Thurman hnntrt Are tau.ht, aa irell u retjisteriiiK lumber, which stetm to till a of County Superintendent of Common week. Dr. L B. Cook, a promi silion want in that line. The Bimplici-t- y died last . outs-fethis method of calling upon MTJBIC, THE LAKaUAOEB. DRAW-IN- Q take drupK-V'and physician at Burnside, Schools, AND PAINTING. and correctness ol the machine ia bound nent you to become . candidate. Pledging our bin (lrnts store In N. I. Siitsll. we BHk for an it to thofe who handle much hs cold to commend support in caie you accede, s in At the examiimtion on Friday for certiu Manv VoTnns. lumber mid hh there tire 25,708 who oirly responso cates tw of the Bppllcantii couldn't tell the United Statte and nn avenpe of not In Tut'.tcu, prlcw raog from J23 to (50 In th McKinney, Lincoln Co. Intermodlate to each mill, it the governor of Kentucky is. The Ktortei remit r Dipartuient . PrtPiary, Jom than ten retail deaL-rundertaken, Carpenter & CamniU, IS; rreparatoir, tiO. awl Collegiate, tfftO. suvs the pike vhich th fwn trustees re.uhly en tint Mr. Sine has a can ho Ky., nte prepared to furnish wood b'ult wiii bar. to imve gwitcbos particulars, in to Boar t. Ac.aiJre" He lusporlectel a number of useFor ba'y oirrhget even to nnd metalic burial cao, heiwe und burial JIUS.full . C. TKVr.HEAHT. VrlMcltinl, bnilt to it to ctabk ful inventions and still has others under itanford. Unooln Co., Kj. robes of all kind. att each other, consideration. ' Fifty thousand full count, Uriiflit ha wed chinplM for mle Cur run their ut y, .EEE.O. - ing New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising tlie best in the market, which will be gotten up in' style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley I have received and am still RTJPLET. receiv- MooaMBsMMvMHaMiMnaBMnKaaMaaMM II BRIGHT k CURRAN, a rl WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I AND DEALERS IN Koc-raat- le 0 -- ,!... 1 i.,ls'1" , HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implements, Buggies, Wagons, INCLUDING THE ('AHr-KKTK- 23,-00- " I Mitchell, Orchard City aucl Winchester Wagons, McFarlancl and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR li ly and Hamilton Plows, Sole A gents for Fnrst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning' Plows, H-vans n li-a-n f.r4 Riding and Walking CultiTratovs, Corn Sole Agents fox Planter and Thomas Harrow; Also Agents I $3-!0- ... ... ir Walter A. Wood Harvesting facilities; fi. KUJFFAl-j- -i AT BED ROCK PRIGSS. f - d WHEN Of any of the goods named below yon should by all means buy them of eHM-wiin- i- At-Cha- - TO CONTRACTORS J - ' . tiL-- ... SATURDAY, JUNE2884 E, d Sr T. R. WALTON I Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be l w-- W. CONNER, TREftTED FAIRLY & S QIUUIELY. lir-ke- jn get-tin- - ll saw-mill- n y, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Hope, Canned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Female Stanford Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware. Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, TERMS MODERATE. Fruits, &c, and all at VERY Low PRICES. Country Produce Want5; i A ed. -- u fc nal Stanford. Ky., June 17, 18S4 t , I 'I II) fW ' YLllLL"F&NArHmgRRrqg The nomination ol Mr. Blaine does not THE CHKAT change the view of its inexpediency thnt . Harpers Weekly we have freely expressed-ha? naltl nothing upon this subject without careful eonsidemtion, and the fact of the nomination does not change its conviction many of Grant, but of late years since he that the republican campaign with the has become broken, he won't have any candidacr ol Mr. Blaine must be a prolong- taken. He doesn't like to advertise the The cam the stamp of old age; eo people, judging ed explanation and defenee. paiga of Ibis year will be one in which the simply from his pictures, will always look personality of candidates will be more upon him as a young man. vigorously scrutinized than ever, becatife "Justice Gray is very peculiar in the there is no great supreme issue of national matter of photos. He won't let any one Wifilout Change and with Speed Unrl.aled peril or national policy which will engross loucn mm or go near Dim. lie assumes SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE the attention of the people, and this ecrutl-n- y his own position, and you have to take ROM LOCIJVILia TO Till him just bo. Blaine has always been very invite defeat. Under such circumstances, when a ptrly gracious, and old Gen. Sherman was appeal to the country for a vote of confiready, and has given as much as dence, it will naturally hi judged by the an hour and a half at a timo for sittings." representative whom it deliberately selects. "Whose pictures is there the greatest To him the country will turn to see what demand for?" ' There is a big demand for the Presithe party honcn, and what qualifications BEST ROUTE TO "FLORIDA In Palace Cars Without Chang. it holds to be essential for the highest dent'.". SpesKer Carlisle comes next. We trust. It would, we think, have been pos sell a sreat many pictures of all those men SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rosa Loulsslll.u Bible to name a candidate whose nominawho are spoken of prominently in connecP.Uc.C.r.wllbenlchanr. tion, with the present feeling of the coun tion with the Presidency. There is a try, would bare been equivalent to an elec- great many of Gresham sold jost at presS tion, a candidate who would hare aroused ent, and those of Lincoln, Logan, Haw- Aj.pti ol this Company for rales, ie.or.rli. C. P ATMOHf, G. P. 4 t rent A. all the old republican enthusiasm by ap- ley, Edmunds, Sabin, and Bayard sell LouUUiu, Kr. of pure and progrta-aiv- e very well. In army circles no picture pealing to the politics, which was tbe animating sells like that of Gen. Phil Sheridan. principle of the other republican camLogan i about the only woman them If either rMtorlnt Iniure with paigns. Originally the republican party who.e picture is in demand," he added, I n km Tbe London A !.anca.hlre Imuiance Co., of nr, glTliu to tbe y a brilliant A Book Review koh Looan. "Here is Llferpool, whow and .JflllDl( beauty, Li t'l" cheek, ralKeTJ9&. I XI-aYare I J.'ii. ),(A0, nr was a reform party, and having achieved pointing to that lady's picture, the only It lIKATfiiv IX A TE8T. The IUyal.nl LlrerpMl.Mieta one of tbe funniest books I ever saw," said The Laocaihlre, of Manchester, fM.MT.KI, or therviy blvuotu of health. AfttrTakmg, wt over the greatest of reforms in emancipation one among all the statesmen. "Murray's HpeUnel ald by ail Drulst at "EveryUse Hundred Dollar (lold at the Cincinnati Mary, handing a small pamphlet to her 51 wi parkae, or sU ps ka; for Alio by I ilwllluti In 1(M, the In and in an amended constitution, freed of body buys one, particularly the ladies, hlihesl award erer ill sen I yrtmlittopayaUliuHifnm Jjyif aljuitmrtl mill. ttsire free, on rev rtpt of pri.v i' husband. all taint of slavery, it is strongest when ita though it is seldom that ladies buy pictures l .fT.u" P"Hcular In IM'upblet. whkb w.U U hillt.on. Uul.tlll,. Ky In IMS. tbeN)uthrn unmr,ililji(60) iliyi timt. for tbe IVsl "What is it about, Mar;?" asked the and will nolliik or call on htm at Lancaster, Ky. mslle--l free to rry spplb-su- t Addreas a.l com- - Tia.ti,,o and lioad young and ardent worker; the real "work- of one another." Koitliiel I'arlles drslrlni to Write to blui Washington Star. niuairauons to in )i nianuraetur-r- s. iMiy Senator. Saw Mill, will please ers" of a party, feel that it is still essentialk i o.. htanlwd, "It's a little book on the English lan Kansu City. Mo. A Congressman's Story. Or A A.NDr.KPON,' Pold InstanfoH by I'.nny A McAllster and all ly a progressive and aggresnve reform orISC Last Main 4I I tulst llle, Ky lIH.lml guage, written by a Portuguese student. It Drufttlits erer where Congressman Blackburn, of Kentucky, 3FL- ganization, and when they know that it is . ,..T".1'" t''T A 0 , Wholesale A.eota, A PRIZE "d fen" r p.ta. and rerelse tells the following story of his experience is j'ust full of laughable errors." MKraKJKSTJ Louissille, ky. V 'i!' t: e"rrL- - co,"y w led in a Presidential year by a candidate I1ICI1 vi w SUB. "What's the name of the book?" will belpall. ofelthraei. to mure in the Confederate army: "Four days berl.K, cfc who is in character and career a true and awar than anjthitM els In thi. worldninne. i.:.i... "The title is as funny an error as any fore I went to the front with my regiment await the worker abtoluulr sure fitting representative of political progress Loulifllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Inllinapolli, dreTaik.t to Atifusu, Maine. At one. adwe had a little girl baby. She is now the rest of it. It is 'English as She is Ind , dealer In Htelnway A tfona', Iecker llroa.', and reform. The fact that a candidate is Halnea', J. A C FlKber, Vose A Son-- ', llaldwln A grown, and you always see her with me at Spoke.'" The sire rf (rotten rws Men, and ninr laucr Co selected who is not such a representative Cottaite, Sjuire I'lauo Fortea, "Ha, ha," laughed the Senator, "what also'athe tjtey,I'prUht aud aud Hamilton Organi. and fir, Ism J b"rcs than any other stal- any social gathering. Well, in our army shonlujer properly alarms them and shake their uhi iu iventnis ini mile the n f ls Instrument, mid at price and term, to ullpir-chaserthe furloughs came very rarely. When we fools them foreigners is! I sunpo'e the your order till you i(t out to ir ulle west f Msnloi I, direct!) ., the Knob T lon't gle faith in the party. U.k pike, ami wjll J permit!, t., rfe mar- - LOUlSVlllG Nf5tf7 Al a got into line there was no great chance for idiot meant to say 'English as her is spoke. prices aud Irrius UCVUV Ok attheeitremelT lowprlte.f Wib..a,a rlSU It is true that the republican party is a ' Parting with the t.tlninre mn to get home. It was about three But a Portuguese never knowed anything, rt 1 - urine eireiieni ware forfeits the sure alwaya strong in the weakness of the demoium.a ureeaier nohow." Chicago News. v.uca.g'o tt fcil i.r. lirui.li, 1 at i and ruot.lb I cratic i'ppoiilior; but that is a negative years anerwaru mat a lew ol us were one night going down the Mississippi on a riv' .f 1 J, il tUf 'Ut Wl,l I) I - r The hotels are no longer dependent upstrength. The democratic party really TIIK OM.y I.IKK Itr.SNIMll llLjWltkTI(l .. .......... f lL n'ir.aa k... 1VUTIIer steamer. I had been sick and was re on the ice man. They have their larders -a i.l 1( Hlands for nothing but opposition and a reb!c. with... UratuI ftimhiM.Uliibtli I II 1 1 111 It II turning to my command, but pretty well and store rooms so arranged Cars I that the air pulsive traditijn. The endeavor to identibeautiful bead aud netk, et el lent bnuMr bsck AND SOLID TltAlNi broken up, even then. As for money, we is frozen by means of and lolu In fa. t fa.ltl.M In yni,,etry -- and will ammonia, and they fy it with any definite policy except that jutanteeture.toin-- t lire i , n , ,,W,H, E. H. BURNSIDE, did not have, and the night was hot, as I have no difficulty at all in keeping TO .CHICAGO ri LOUISVILLE up a a iTi.i--r which is known as "general cuwednesa" an.i tnrs iiialttiM l, alutust y laid down on the deck, my throat almost frigidity of fiom twenty to ;intUtlTWprUlohl.p-.-eoA.,.i.leiK thirty degrees fails; but that is not an argument which l1"1 'f erx Woll KnOWll on zoiri "'I' I"l me far, Ifi b.. tit when . true.l .iM-- it Ul"7 l ckA -P-.Nassenjer. Iroin the Kno parched with thirst. Pretty soon a little below zero. At tLe Continental Hotel Thia Old uare ,s K lli.l ,. ..f . .... can elect a President. The nomination of Loul.Ttl ". t r. Its bse iiothlBi ''Ui a Mr VI edaui ' !? ",u l0 ' Hotol Still Maintains girl came along with a big glass of lemon- even the ice water i similarly eiilng.B.ii.vi.i lo train of ih Mono prepared. Mr. Blaine although it is doubtless agreelureriiniMeeu I lieu, mis of llsell I. ...n. l,,.i.. i lloute anlau tbrou.h to High ade I tell you it looked good to me. Bottles with a little water in them are proui ibjt in speed comes from thttre 'riiwr.it-.l-.H- l vrnteof (.'rct'Iirnvtlp able to tho majority of the party, as "hown put lh.c.:d..M..le, matMlB thelsisd barehfwla.. She saw me eying it, stopped a minute, into frozen brine, and in a very little while AN ledlastcoilsushim Mr .tin JgbiKaouii uld ' OlCllBO ltltllOIlt clianire. at Chicago, because a large part of the apI ' t'ae bandied more of .VoM.j-lultlooked doubtfully at me and finally came the water be'Mme a lump of ice inside TIMKTIHIP parent opposition, as in the Indiana and Iti Proprietor ii Determined that aa-- l tkej are .it.t ; Mr Hm. . thsnaej. man . . T Dalijr. up to my side. 'You look as if you wanted the bottle. When ice water i to b servel Alln.Na. oier rua.i.ien, 're Mr it Shall be Second to no Conntry llltle handling that I troitln h ...it. .n- h. i. Dallj Illinois and even in the Ohio delegation, samething to drink,' she said, and oflered ed one of there bottles is iu iao oiaio in us x are, aot- -t er il., uf li,,rm . m l fua i Lre. Uustle was friendly to his nomination ought to filled up ArH ( a in ' Mr I" II Nunea ssrs ni Appointment, or Attenim .k-- lor ear ' A,rI l a ui 1 01 pia r tli,ui,au,le'rr ociea seller ' Warren alarm honest republicans as phoning how me the glass. It wasn't quite the siiuare tesian well water it used entirely, because Crawfardsfllle IUe.'s tion to Comfort of IIWiu a 01 p in Nol ij ma K a r,ord ol 2 3 and mi In W f IS dangerously far the republican standard thin? to do, but I took it and handed it it is purer than the city supply. Philaiu I IZ pra their Oneiti. Fair, Cleselaoil. ulilo. lor f.(MO 7 JO a i.i 9 M i back to her empty. It was like nectar to delphia Times. U IVUM fle nuftllM.fso' ImiIi -- auiiA fnim il. has fallen. The nominations at Chicago, . ..... Tt. ,., riMite. with oalr one thanr.ol boreiu. or our ix i.atrr tir.iiea.liua; i. ,,hr l.i me. then I thanked the little creature ....manured " W Iwon.ln, Mln made against the most friendly republican l b roattjed to aid from t he d l",BU thefaTor.,ble.w.rtiuo of all loiers f met '?' "Well, dear" remarked Mrs. Smith as BatKaae will ne,ta, Iowa and sunt her away. Soon after, just like Ac Iioiwi, l.t wi'I let tbe l r siiTJ-Kor furtbsr lli.n ..,.1.- free of char;, tperlal arrnmnodatlaa r.taitiitie IU11-. remonstrance, have forced upon republiMill... ...... ...--"her husband started out for a day's fullm nesse, and ir j ti are .IKp.m.1 t.i gtre blui tu-- ' tn CoDiaerclal Traveler. The Har will "inilAI KM. I. Ml, I, t ,M palroua,- - I w'i alwaj sDpplled with the choicest cans the conviction that the great objects every child, she came back, leading her ing, "I hope yea will be successful and ani,revrlfel for jour Uulstllle, Ky mooey. Nolihr Is br braadsof Llaeonaad Cltir. fhlef, b. 1, :lfm. mother to see the poor soldier. By Jupi- FiHru- - fVSIr li. ., If ...a.. ' n vy if p i 1 n if if of the republican party honest and ecobring home a nice basket of trout." eiiniinrinw mair, m was my wife, and the girl was the II r lannrtoo, lie br 'Imp nomical administration, peaceful and hon- ter, it "Never fear" responded Smith, "if there ura. twine iiiion, trhrauk baby whomjl had last seen aa a baby just UtRIUJIL (1. H . wr iain,ei43HU K orable foreign relations, the progressive are any trout to be caught I am the boy m,le. 0bbT'stau a til r i.bbreil tuan.' -- n,.r. I. ' purification of the public service at home, born. You can imagine the reunion. to catch 'em. It's a cold day in tbe Iy nwne-- l by II. . lUbiaui. of O man! couair "illlifUniKM Itniifc." They were with my brother's family, and If. tl. sf'J4-I- I' o.iu wise reduction of the levenue, and that spring time when a trout gets away from happened to be going down river. That TUECHLYTRUS (Quickest me." tense of general security which springs TIIK "'t'LTI iTOK was the only time during the four years' 1831 is, indeed," his wife said; "and, by "It from the moral elevation of tbe adminis IOOf OM I saw my wife lying trationare not to be expected from re- fighting thatcircumstances and baby, and the way, here is your pocket-boounder these COUNTRY GENTLEMAN I C"tra Kentucky to All Point. what man would on the table, i ou musn't forget that. publican eucce". To this statement it is ever forget it." norm, --.ait.weit & SoHthweit. You can't catch trout without bait, you no reply that less is to be expected from THE irOF7i!K Fait Lin Iltwen Occasionally, and it ii gratifying to be know."-PhiladeCall. tbe democrats. Those who have aroused deep and general protest of the repub. able to eay only occaiomlly, some one tbe IsE.YIXGTO.V A .mutual U0NCKSHI0N8. A young genThe Couotrjr Oentleaisn the name of Gov. Hoadley, of Ohio, tbe letiin J.urui: lican conscience must bear the responsi ' or American Agriculture i. atnount tleman from Higbee, while calling on his ch,duleln Effect J inert. In and practical contents, In eitent and ability of (orrespon. bility of the result. Fidelity to republican for a poMtion on the democratic ticket. If girl heie, atked for her hand and heart, o V, ler e. Iniusllty of paperaut iylrt of Ko. 0 "Ko. TT BoozH-Botnprinciple tequireis indifference to present the party wishes to commit suicide, Hoad- - and was accepted. He told her that he FACTS RfCABniHIJ It oce',lr,iM th.rtrJ, rant it I bellere-- l Illy r.x. oun Ex sun. 'up"'or ,0 t""",or;u tUre i,"ef'1'1" republican succerfl, and Harpers Weekly, ley i it man. His spinal column in the had something on hir mind for a long lion D?, -- Te. CorD(lon ., 8 10pm SO a ui 2 CO which more than once Las not hesitated in preence of danger becomes a mass of quiv time, but was afraid she would get " Kalmeuth . mad. " ." "''" """ 'rwKvrH. 9 ;: p in 9 St a In a aa put It will pnrlfy and enrich Uie Bt OOD.reftilaf, when the shadow of defeat falls the interest ol public morality and of ering 10 tbe LIVER and KIDNEYS, aMi, ihjtiihk tiik II llartlcult hit .f- - J'ruit.flroirlnu. ' . tynthlana 111 lit p ru 11 la a in t 11 p m pro She wanted to know what it was then, and 1IKALTH andVIOOKcr YOUTH' III all ll.o.o Paris .. .... . .. . ri-- .. 40 pin across his pathway he shrinks and cowers M a in A I" pta party purification to oppose other republi. , I.eillijlun dlsea MllHrultlU! , , . he made her promise not to get mnd. Says epetflallv l))spep,la. untol Apptl.le 1HMC, ii IU )i III i yj ' u, B IK) p tr uur ii mi meaaii minor ter irt.usnts of r indliit. I.I C A I) Hy ,j M A M p ut can nomination, can not sustain the sig- under cover, lacking even the traditional he: "I have two brothers in the penitentiinterest, ui n a the I'oullry lion, i.a k i r ftirt' utii, lie . n u,e is market ar.l. I ntomol.v.r. 1r."M.I!iijuML-' l P'a A '.'0 p ui wltli Imiucillule and nnmlcr HI rttulli Hones, lireen HouMi.nl tlrapery nificant one against which it has so ear. forethought to whistle and keep up his ary." "That is nothing," replied she. , lie niw fnric. tullwiii luuicln Iteplle . Karin ti iWloosan I Aqsm. I to i) i ijii 2 H !.?," V "I tboiulnd mid iiitm rt llrulii Pimrr. e BHd suppllis mnrnener II Zf p iu - M p iu Leading. IktmestK- - Kr motiiy. a, I a siimma-- r neatly protested, and which U a practical courage. Gov, Hoadley is respectable so- have two brothers in utTt rliitr Irnm all complaint the Arkansas Legl.re. Winchester IUAII CIO ro "II it tntliclrsi winrlnJln oftb.new.ofth wV lie Mark, t lleiort Arr. KIcbuKxiJ ..,. II JO p in 31 (10 p 1,1 " 20 ,, , abdication of republicin character and cially and in legal attainments, but he is a islature." DR. HARTEira IKON TONIC a sale jnd pt uly areuiiusially rotuplele, aud i.u n atuintluo Boonville Topic. IS i paid lotfceprospHctsol the irjpi. a, Uiroxliiw- Pi, - p 11, !7H.m cure. It Kl)i-rlcnr anillicalthy roiiipli'Xlon. The sad and kindly face of political coward, with no more capacity for purpose. Si III ... Tbe troutrr(t tistiniony tn the snlue of 1)11. vnr . i iur iuu.1 lU IIISIII Ibiwland all 'Ue. t tee roueli-nnd- . : fight that is before us ropes," remarked a Il.wtTLiiN litov 1 ink ,n tlmt ''Genuine attar of tumble ... s. r, i. it. lions When t,Hu an I HMjmi Lincoln, whose portrait hung in the hall, H connttTfi llln .1 ,. m.l) uilili-t- In Hi v iiiur erally ill iitrtsd.aad Is ll' luienled t., aupiily in a No. I. 2o a, Ity ortlioorivln.il Ii oii iunnllyiJe,lru lii'alth continually Increaslnj degree u II maidens New York chemist, "which is made in In seemed to watch the proceedincs of the than one of the twenty love-sicJoth-IIo- i jj. aal Iu the best Dally uuiiut expcniutiii Dally ti mo uiuuiial. Anifin, lasi sense of the lertu, Dally. Hi. bun Convention with an air of earnest solicitude who adored Lunthorne. The republicans dia and Australia, cost $100 an ounce at jiur ooattssio ins it lunar mii St Ijn in Mo . fur our "DIIKAM HOOK " IIohIsihJ and apprehension; and it had disappeared Ian week cut out eome work for the demo-crat- s the place of distillation. It takes 50,000 suitor trnoije .iau usriul laljrmation, Iietk ! IU in LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, I.ve. Ina,ler " this summer which will require rose bloomt to yield an ounce of atlar. Or. HAitTiH's Iron Tonio is tor Gale or AU W a in irora it place before the nomination was " MlchHKHI.1 .. pratrnq CucnvwHERE. r"uno.Ta n 10 ? a m Oi a m Alton' ta (ountr OenCetujn lias Ineo strong heart and willing hands to do, No They are the common rises and grow in " Wlnchwler ... Weekly. Harper' m 7 00 a in made. en.arsed by n reavltur Its U from H to 10 1!1'I1"" Arr. I.x CaTFIij candidate eullering with periodical aud , great profusion in California, where the (r ,'UUe heretolore, ! wbeu weekly, ti j, term, fjL,, Oo 101.7, - I.ve IklNiioii Sawdust in Plastering. t.tld slrl.tly ia '2 i"H ("J i" " anu attacks of political malaria need distillation of attar could be made a very g p ih g Sli j, i j...., ....,, ,iir runiee, Jiu, auit .in a.lilii Ion a I Arr Paris iu a in Two Western inventors have recently . apply. j'wsrirswio tnLouisville Timer-ii 57 Ii in! profits b'c industry. f tn Arr Wlnchnirr in nil., au niiiiiiiuosi- Modern' iluh, yar I.v. Paris i .iTT.T". y obtained piteo'i lv tbe ue of sawdust v.". tualiocon-lntn fuatel Ill dark 16 hind lilk'h, horse, style andtune nth. ireH to tne inlrnl tbe cluh rotiy I.ve Pails good stall ... Cucumbers for pickle should be plant- ISM, lull blli The Pnoi-Eof sand ir. p!a'ering composition.', Time Had Come. "My U' P HI 1 mi . in s ,,i . ., srnmMi.pls fr A blrow Arr tyiithlaiw points was sire I by the champion trottliu , , 00 M dear madam," said Widower Jones to the ed from the middle of June to the middle of tbe world, the renowned Miiu?Kler, rwordstallion ' LVTIII'.i: anu tins, it ih c incetveJ, mav be a matter 1 l'.I.IHh.r, Ill by MarabrlnobHtrliglii, i dam by 01- -, -Hrst Albany,:,' V. Draw furrows five feet apart, Iver, damby Wagner, of considerable importance to the owners Murine, blooming widow "'. , who had i. t?i' "'i II SO n m f of July. h dam by Warner, Uh dam llelfii .11 Y.S VI I. I.i; IIUANtll. Bawmilld m tne principal lumbering ceay buried her elderly better half, "I al- - manure well; drill the sped so i to have a (iwlnnelawcett by Imp. Tranby; 5th dam N i bv Thornton ltaltler Uth dam by Jmn towns One ot me patents is for tbe Use waT "louitht that h young woman like plenty of plant?. When safe from infects Tralaluar: 7th dam Nettletfp by Imp, fpnad I ,1 ' .S7," No Si trie; Sthdatu by 6hrk, aih ilnm by Imp. i. Janus E Dally BT. of nearly equal pirw of placer of Paris you, left alone iu the world, withnoincum thin out with the lire n foot apart. Des- - 1'liils we liar nil tin dislrnl eleinenia .,,... .1.1' Dally r.x. bin. t'.x. bun. cr cement and oavnia-t- , wiih tbe ordinary brance, would seek the solace of another troy the pickle worm with pyrethram or nation of the hlgbrsl type of trotting, jiaelDBand i Lie Corinjlini. ,vi i.iiuir-- uiuuii. iiitreiurp ro fimuglor 2 00 p evidently must pirnlure spefly as nell " lktnion ..I J'"" amount of plas!er,ns Lair and water; the hubacd immediate!) ; it is the usual way, white hellebore. ih 4 I -I a til A SO p nipni type ol com HUM Ii " Ills the could you know." "I could not think of it 20 ) m in other calls f?r the use of ubout 4 J pounds J Buck ten's Arnica Salve. lietterthan pace belter than i 2J, East Arr Mlllil,ur.r... irui :s and 8 10 n in A it :. ... .Tilli,HLI.R 1 IJLCOBI) " I'arllsln replied the lovely vision in beTllaT nv Air foaeach of idaked lime aud awduet to 1 Tholest Salro In Hie world Ut Cuts, IlruliM, Oiiikh I.IVI.Mi braLLKiMfc arialNST fntiiat dr., I. M II m fi u7 , m . a " Juliiitnn The ...I.A. " " tj i.i pound of platter of PirN, a quarter of a coming black and white, "that would be loo Bores, Ulcort, Salt Rticuiu, Kerer Sores, Tetter, !!:r,?,' waamngton, Philadelphia N.Y. JI)SIIB.. 10 Ml n in Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, ami nil fekln ' I' m pound ofKlue, ad a eisttenth of a pound ooo. I have madu up my mind to await nrtiptlou and positively cures Hnh heat, 2 17' He l'llei, or no pay re- ;st merit at Cleveland. Ohio. Ooldsmltli Maid on Tuc ot.iy iilo runni her Ki, ,he I'rorer time .ind then" The cards Considering that o...ifcK.w. of ifljceriiie, with plasterer'd hair. Wheih-- ' quired. Is Is guaraiitetnl to giro porfest s.itltfjc-tlo- n m ui ,1 luuipiMiut; rate, uepera'ely Jockeyed r.x. sun 1:. bun. iWe uUU or money relunded. 1'rlce 25 cents per box. and foueht from brirlnnln ti nml wm. not either cf thee described pla?-- ! !!. A PTITiT.MA'W . UPro CTroun-- n 1 favors shown but eti-rnd vantage taken to defeat 5 1' it m 1! 0.5 in -- ANDwould ba cheaper than thoe made in! No Blaine in His. "I hear that Blaine Foraalo by Penny A Me Mister tera b"muggler, it stands (eiond to 110 triumph ever .lohnwn. 0 SO a iu 12 1 p m " t'arllsle .... won on the trotting titrt. He sired the great I'll- Very Remarkable Discovery. I asp m , ' . .. the ordinirr way, tbey would certainly be will get eome of the Irish vote. How is (TPlt.l thai iil.l.l na ail lll.A. t. " Mlllirsburj Mini iu.1 .am mi ju.vvu, mno too last geiJinz. II It IU 47 p m Mrs. Geo. V Willing-- , of Manchester. .Mich., Ilatrthornc Arr Paris Pocahontas, another of the family i io a in a to lighter and il is believed that they would that, Paddy?" pin made a pacing of 2.17$ and I.rxlototi. .. welching 9 10 a m fl (w p m "He'll niver git moine. IM niver vote write: "My wife lias been almost helpless fcr firo JSSpoutids. record Pocahontas driver a mile and not be bo liable adhere to the wall, 011ag svlniiloii . 1KJtrolled in years, no belp,csi that the could not turn orer In " 0 a in ft IM p i ...., 18: a half In 1.01'-.',- . to chip, scalu and crack, Sifted eawtlnet j for man that wint back on a Mulligan." bed alone, fcho used two bottle of Klectrlc Hit ly, btrldeaway, trotinl Aiinthi.rnC I aliiiouth AectmimiHlatloti-Nthree consecutive heal in T'OiilNilUcCiiicIiiiiiUliiuilLt'-lO.TiaiTT ln.T. o. : "Are rcu a republican or a democrat?" o much Improved that she I now able ?,'', . a xu' !'i,'a2r!,'i' l,r?Tlrl coocUilve)y that ters and has before been used to some extent by exiiiKloii, family have so "I'm an Oirishman, an' tho Mulligans to do her own work." Hlectrlc Dlttets will do all Ieil nnd wonderful endurance. shown ab tomuch perienced workmen for mixing with mor-la- r It Is aunt. ' ap- Illnn ....c..,, nrn, rriiiiiiiug auiuiy never t,r. -- ...v ....l...,,!.. .1 i.i... walls, exposed is me mayternal cuz.ens on me faytber'u that Is claimed for them. Hundreds ol 'testimoni pears Dial "WASHINGTON for plastering external without u Inheritance, als attest their great curative lowers. Only llfly Brooklyn Eagle. Oentlemeri, examine tho stud books and you Concectlof In sauie djpt wpu ftst tiatut tot to the alternate action of water and frost, side." cents a lottlo at l'CDiiy A McAlliter's. will find that CltOW'd BMUUOLElt traces aeven as a proventive of scaling. Certainly the One of the largest apple trees in Ken- times to Imtl. Me,senif-- nml nnr tn rnr.11.1. s,n... An Editor's Tribute. NToT7vir hflnn'i?.ae,l,i,.0.f J'.0,,.' e,,cnBef' Mambrlno rnirimpnt of introducing BaWUUSt 10 tUckv is to be fnnml- nn !, . sister, Thorne, has record Train V .. i? . .. unnu1 iu uiut- - X, n..M ..tn .- - '. . Allen. ""- m "" D, r t.- -. Ol Tberon P. Keator, editor of the Tort Wayne (In 2.23; hi full brother, Woodlake, it recordaol of ... fi w" .ti, -Place 01 aijir. John m.. diana) Gaittte, write: "ior tho past fire years ... .itm oi Kiiiugaii aaiiiiacnon, I now put Iforin many places sharp Band suitable for gow near Price,d s,ation By ,he actua haro always used Dr. King's New Discovery, for horse's services at the verv low price of (tl.t this to .Tlitrolu money due tbe purpose is difficult to obtain. measurement of Mr. J. "V. Read, this tree coughs of the mottserere character, as well as lor Itiiiiroii ascertained orKOul, parted with. when the lad is Kir',Wfflr.7,S.1J.'rWneb The All Virginia those of a milder type. It never falls to effect a horse will stand at my mire and Worth Carolina stable, rati. undW,, Mohair is a product of Asia.- Bald- - wa found to be eleven feet, seven inches peady cure. My friends to whom I have recom- bunford, ky.,on the Sianlord A s miles west of "Jiec"' Ji I.lne Ncs. 3 andeh. ,,, .'' Points. 4 mended It speak ol It In tbe same high terms. HavFor tickets and further tnforniatton. apply u l.esnectfuujrj Wlnchetier. T. tt'HOU1. headed men and .entlemen contemplating be" " your neare.t ticket otnee, or address cured by Cincinnati and Jl'c"'iond, v,p m, l?.? ,lwcen that lo their one UUDjre,1( or over Tear8 ,, ,. ing beenfive years, It of every Itcough only 1 hare ?ihRTw!"9 good colt ' Crow's Smggler's ret. tho addition of mother-in-law- s Mi Jt I consider had for the reliable Bald Is a ""'f one. out of n pure Advertislnij Agt . r .'le.T i,r.i,"!h ,,ck,", i.."1' kamii, .v . Ticket and Pasi. Ant.. familv circles would act wisely in filing probably the largest apple tree in South. and sure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc." Call at marc;colt foaled last May, goes all thebred trotting was galts-lrid. n.i-.ija.O IV -- lulu, SI., Louisville, Kt Jioitsh, w. II, WillITTLK8EY, Glasgow ern Kentucky, if not in the State. Penny A McAlIster's Drug store and get a Free !?.fi?.Dd rrck? r"T u" "a ?oos '" ninnlng 0i Passenger Agenl; this away for future reference. perfection. TV. '.tss. Asent. .W.rri.l.EH, . 1, Jj, Albbioiit fTtmes. V w Gen'l Manager. Trial Bottle. Largeslitil. Times. HtanfoiJ, Ky., Feb. 23, 1SSI. dea'l piM-' Ky, C. W "MITlf, The Republican Nomination. Photographs of Fublie Men, ".Same men won't have their pictures r. taken at nil, said a Washington ''We were never able to get one of Conkling; he seemed to be afraid of compromising his dignity. Mahone is somewhat the slme. Nor have we been able to get photographs of Don Cameron, Bowen, Getvge of Mississippi, or Piatt, who followed the lead of Conkling. Edmunds is a hard man to get, and Arthur's hard, We used to get a great photo-craphe- Cloroforming During Sleep. rRUFKSSIO.lAL de-dr- Mrs-Senat- The possibility if cloroforming a perJ. W, BSSWM. ron in sleep, without waking him having SIM U. IIURDKTT T.iNt'OKD. KY. --tUHDETT & BROWN, been disputed in n recent murder trial, a. riii-nvw- -., W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor. Dr. J. V. (Juiiuby, of Jeruey City, was led MT. VEHNON, KY. to test the question experimentally. Dr. -- IwofStage.tiOxM. Eight coini-let- e acts of Been Quimby made arrangements with a gen ALEX. ANDEHBON, err Seating capacity, IncIiKllns gallery, S30. Negotiable rates to good attractions. Addrc tleman to enter his room when he was u abore. asleep, and apply chloroform to him. Will practice InDANVILLE, KY., the Courts of Bovl and adjoining This he did with entire succcs, transfer- countln tiil In tbe Court of Appeals. ! ring the person from natural to artificial J. H. FI8H, sleep without arousing him. He used A,t Cuw. Thl uotlie forewarn and about three drams of Squibb'n cloroform, And Master Commissioner Kockcsstle Circuit Cour, trantpttiut to trvspasifin huntor. fishermen perMT VEHNON, KY. our laud without Will practice la the Kockoutlo Courts. Collec- - mission, ai all aucti arts urn liable to be procecuted and occupied about seven minutes in the tloDi a specialty. Office la to tin full extenlof the lav IM operation. HtantonI, Ky Match 17th, ISsl. (Signed I). McKlttrlck OusA W. Jt. McCutmick. The second case was a boy of thirteen, IiBB F. HUFFMAN. II. T. limb, A. W Carpenter, V Held, C. Hlihot.. who had refused to take ether for a minSrANFOUD, KY. Offlce South tide Main Street, two doors abort H, Cobb, 11 Hubble. or operation. Dr. Quimby advised the V. I). ICbod, Iltirtln Kelly, rs uoii. W. r McOunaci, ll.tl.AJ K. mother to give the boy a light supper and PureNltroui Oatde Oaa administered when re- (I. L. Carter (lover. M. II I.Tll. T. J. Mill. put him to bed. She did so, and Dr. quired. J. W. WeaiherrerJ, Vanoy. Will. Ilurtau. l DR. W. U. PENNY, Quimby, calling when the boy was asleep, J. A. Harris J. M. Murphy, 1'. W. Carter, DoiltlHl, J. M. Hill. administered the clorofjrm and performed Fil J. II. McAlliler, lAmiLU STANFOllD, KENTUCKY. T.J, Carter. Koster. the operation without awakening the by J. I). June, Offlce over Hobt. 8 Lytle'a atore. Offlce hour T. M. White, J. Q Moutnomerr The third case was n boy of ten years, suf from S to 12 a. scant to A r. M. Anesthetic ad H. K. Marcum, Mn.J. J. Mobitly, 'IV4.tvr. M.T. Itiiwll, W. II Auion ' ferlng from an abscess, and the same ministered A. 1. Newland, II. J. Darnt. a. w. linens course was pursued with equal success. A.: Newlsnl. 21 lyn Two important inference"! may be drawn from these cies, Dr. Quimby said. MinTraJ. M.rU. MURKA T'lH NI'KCIMC, or surgical operation may be done with I will deliver Ice to regular customers et ery morn- j7fAMS t I ho KtiglMi Remedy, perfect safely, and much more pleasantly ONE CENT than in tbe ordinary way; and. secondly, Ii a poil tire cure for Weik MemoAccount ry. Lu of llrala Tower, Nervous a person somewhat skilled in the use of customer due at tbe dote ol each month or when Exhaustion, (Seminal Weakness, ii.lt. l.uioteacy, and tieneral Loss of viT.tr it. k. n. now. chloroform may enter a sleeping apartt'owerol the (ienerative Orgsni am.t II fila.a ,liat ,.1Um -. ment and administer cholroform with evil Blfori TlLIniT. ntitfiira nt rntithful Itui.. ...v ... intentions while a person is asleep. Hence matured yeM, u h TraJeMark. tnerXTMol t f i at iniTrrtal LKMlluile, raio lu the TT5t - mm the use of this drug in the han 1 of a criml'CK, iMuiD). ol Vltlou, rrriua inal may become an effective instrument ireOld A aud tinny otrerdia- ! II. KIXIVAIIID to in the accomplishment of his nefarious de Keel) jtrtat anxiety fir the people nf Stanford and ravs that lead all iitesof ar IMosumption. In reutie Lincoln county and promIe to do the fair tbltix Weaknrai the Miecldc acta like a signs. Medical Advance. cbsrtii Io,or fading t'ij. for they will him In OPERA (HOUSE. jgf yMm"fT E Tin II ,!- - - ii in- - .vrrott.visvH 134-t- ia."v, Attorney POSTED Through Trunk Line jy&fo&& Court-hous- e. 1 HUItOBON me-iye- UI3NTIWT, 1 nr-Mr- r. SOUTH & WEST 1CE! ICE!! ICE!!! iil;ofetadNuonr,.:;2::""b' PER POUND. in h'lVin - (It-ea- -- ' f4"if ao-e- ta 1 Si Peerless Traction Engine. I " '"UiMiimit W"vt:r.s Jiiun.i r jtt.in, i FnKllies,r-ei.sral,irssn- vi." "W" '' (WO-ly- I. II. Baldwin Co., at NOBBYf" -- "MOIVOIV H017TJE.." s. (IV.'-6m- MYERS HOTEL, .. Iu-- 1 "!' ' Jl jvauway. k sake- -. i STANFORD. KY. Fropr and its Roputation, -- Palace , I I ' sier-lles- i,.n... 1- i I'-- rit I, e ,,. j-- oi.t an-ls- r'l - le. !l'fw t i irM,,' (.a-ra- J IT 7;wi"tnilMI ". ... t "" -'- t 1 . nrilTh , Niortest& Kouto k lphia sug-gei- ts IRON TONIC I CI.CI..ATI. W te ,,, '.I it . i """. . "'Ii. .! rr 1 eter-IpaIr.-'d- 11 111 niCO .. Iri'iui-nlatttinpl . - t Crow's Smuggler nl'n (5 ,", !w',.." 11 l4 Tl(IH:ilAso, 1 11 s'm H re-o- 1 1 a-- NoatH-IIOfMl- 111 111 Kentucky's a lioutc -- j 1 11 iAlZituif lt AS 111 11 ' I ,, ..,.., ' rs1 A SOLID TEAIN, -- ih...i f 1 liy hi, CITY. r ... -- 1 i. - "Wft- TTorl.. r a-,- t&onTo gafed? sssss '"' seaeral Manager. 'aMvf'lrii,?.: ots, JUchnioad, Vlrgtnla. " II. W. PL'I.I.Ku; Uen. I'aii. Agt.