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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884062401 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. euit VOLUME XIII. Sfcnti-Sttfchl- -- lieftil lntefio STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JUNE Mosquitoes Under the Microscope. We have long held the opinion that the mosquito is an unmitigated scoundrel, who could give our own livtly flea six stones and n beating over a lotg course, but we are now convinced, A gentleman has examined Mr. Mosquito under a microscope, and his description is to say the least startling. It appears that in the "bill" of the little beast alone there are no fewer than five distinct surgical instruments. These are described as a lance, two meat raws, a suction pump and a small Corliss steam engine. It appears that when a "skeeter" settles down to his work upon a nice, tender portion of the human frame the lance is first pushed into the flesh, then the two saws, placed back to back, begin to wort up and down to enlarge the hole, then the pump is inserted, and the victim's blood is syphoned up to the reservoirs carried behind, and finally, to complete the cruelty of the performance, the wretch drops a quantity of poison into the wound to keep it irritated. Then the diminutive fiend lakes a fly round just to digest your gore, and make trscks for a fresh victim, and if the first one has been of unusual good quality, he returns to the tame happy hunting ground. The mosquito's marvelous energy, combined with his portable operating chest make him at once a terror and a pest. Our Koglish skin graiers are doves in comparison with them. fLundon Sportsman. onfnal NEW SERIES-NUMB- 24, 1884. ER 261. i! nf crior$ournaI PAINT LICA, GARRARD COUNTT. Horn to the wife of K. II. Ratson, on the 20th .inst., a sweet little girl baby. Mr. Joe ilaker has sold his farm of 210 acres to Mr. Jarvis for $Jo per acre. Wheal harvest is at hand and most of the com in this vicinity is in the weeds. JUDGE M. J. DUISIIAM siaCsodldate for Coeress In the 8th District subject to tho will of tho Democracy. W. P. WALTON. fitbUnheit Tucmtitv JAMES IJ. aicOREAItY the C3v-:r.:e3.a- .t. inr Jh'rlilnu, Is a Candidate for Conzress la the EiiUth District, subject to the will of the Dsmoira y. 83. OO 12211 ANNUM Whan paid slrlctlf lo adTanc If wo Iit lt ar tltui, 93,90 will tx cbsrd. A JUBT TlllllUTK TO Til lo DEMOCRATIC y I are Intrusted with IhcRiluiJnlMralionol three fifth of the whole number of Bute. For the rcconil time aince the war tlifjr are in a majority oflhe tullonl House of Representative?. The deoiocratio poller Uon both recessions when tliej have Ixen in power in the Home Iim been one of corner-ratiir- a and economy. During the iwriod of financial issuw, the democratic pirly nuQereJ to a cretter extent than the republican from the Western crate for repudiation and ictUtion, but upon nearly all the great Onnociil mcaiurra the beat men of both pi. ties were compelled to unite to rave them, tilnce tliee iwii were aettlcd br the resumption of peclc payment, the dewecratic party ha laid itself open to criticism more by it timidity and conerraUta than by the exhibition of any other quality, In the greatest teat of patriotism to which the democratic party hiii been subjected aince the war that of peaceable aubtnia'ion to the injustice of the electoral count of 1877 the conduct of the party leader will receive and the highest praise of liintorr. Springfield Hepublican. mess-tirabl- I'akty. The democrat y Senator Ciyard' speech, delivereil at Del., in IhOl, ought not lo materially injure hi strength a a candidate and probably would not in the Hint. Tlievorot tentiraent in hi speech, from the Union Direr, Severtl of our farmers are building large barns to store away their growing crops of tobacco. (ieorge Kinnaird while palnlinir a house fell from a scaOold and was pretty severely bruised up. Our agent here received a nice ps,ir of boots from a brother agent at Argents. The present was highly appreciated. Misses Ella Ward and Jennie Kennedy, two of Crab Orchard's little beauties, are visiting friend and relatives here. The young folks of Kirkavllle will give a basket picnic on the 4lh of July, If the weather continues to grow warmer it will be a rather hot time for dancing. Mr. J C Kucker got one of his hands badly burnt while putting in a man head to hii boiler a few days ago. It rendered him unable lo run his mill for a few days. Two of our young men had a little diiliculty at the postofh'ce Friday night Pistols and scythe blades were drawn, but friends interfered and there vaa no blood spilled. As Mr. Bake Walker waa coming to the depot Friday after some goods his horse became frightened, ran off and tore his wagon to pieces, leaving Iiike a wagon minus three wheels. Mr. Champ Shumate has a Alderney heifer that his never had a calf, but is giving three gallons of milk a day. A calf that was running with her began to suck her is the reaon why sbe came to her milk. Some of the people are a little superstitious as she was dropped the same day that Austin was hanged. The fiicest ana Most Comfortable Kind of Hanging The elrtrifl of Windrow ounty, is one of the Kentlcst hangmen Several wek ago, John in the State. gentleman, was Wbeexmore, a hanged in Windrow ounty Mr. Wheel-mor- e and the sheriff had long besn friends, and when the death sentence was paed by the court, the sheriff beian to busy himself in making arrangements tending well-know- n jTC. I J XVI. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION I'MOV .STOCK TAIIDS. BARGAIN STORE CONNER, MERCHANT ! i CINCINNATI, ..-- - OHIO. OKFFICE IN 8HEEF TEN'S. RaraasKciu. Merchants National Bank of Cincinnati, Tralcri Nations! Btak of Corlnton, or any officer of Boone county, Ky, E. Iiofjlf. Cittts aaiMtuen, T HUDDLEflTON Hog Salestuan-- B. V. OKEENE. M CONNER, Shwp Salesman-- W. LA3CAHTKB ADVKttTISKMKSTA.. Low Prices Make Business Easy. Although the weather ia hot and oppressive, our trade ia continuallj increase. A great many predicted for us a short stay in Stanford, but oa the contrary we wibh to inform the people of Lincoln county that we are pa manently located here and intend to continue to oa-th- 8UHOEON I LANCASTER, Office B. F. WALTEB 13 IV KY. J. ' from 8 to 12 over Citizens National Bank. Offica hoars a. m. and from 1 to S p. m. a. w. BoaDrrr. & ATTOKNEYS A.T LAW, LANCASTER, KY. Will practice In Uarrard and adjoining counties and Courtot Appeals. Office In the Uoblnson block. 134-l- y South Side Public Square, t. r. nonntK. HUBBLE EXTRAORDINARY B BUHDETT. N S, Language of the Lunch Counter. "Three up, coff!" called the waiter. The reporter looked curiously to see ENTERPRISE Grocery. liiuicasler, jKciitucky, GEO. D. BURDETT such as can be found nowhere else. We don't have to give chromos to induce people to buy of us. Our success is solely attributed to the wonder-full- y low prices we mark on our goods. Not a day passes but what we are asked how we can aflord to sell goods at Buch prices. We answer that our buyer in New York ia always on the alert hunting up bargains and ww give our customers the full advantago of them. Just standpoint, wai one which expressed by many good citizens, that it mi nit wiie to enter upon a war of mi rclnn. I waa wrong, m Horace (Irtely wa, and an "Wtnfield Scott m; but how many would havcfavortMl the war in 1831 had they foreseen ita codf There wai nothing in the epeech in favor of eeceion, or indicating that the South hid - d r i n secede. It brexthed the hopj that u would gain return to the I'nion Tf..t ,, twenty-thre- e yeara ago. Mr liijaiU has leen lo hit long public service honest, and patriotic Men who were original and violent cecesslonials are now hih in the coudaiii of the government vVhy ahould a severer standard be applied to Mr. lhyirJ than to these? Is ther any danger that, if elected President, he would prove to In an enemy to hi country7-Ilxt- nn Herald. ihigh-miod-- the comfor. of bis friend. He secured the best ropt to be found in market, and so great was hl desire not to tnconven-enc- e his old aociate, (hat he lined the noone with silk. A large crowd assembled to witness The sheriff explained the performance. he had been and how earnhow solicitous estly he leired Mr. Whetrmore's part in the programme to piss eff harmonious. t "John," said he ''no one ever pulled a better rope than this. It cost two and a called at the Manilon one evening and Mrs. half cents iwr pound tcore than the rope niggeStephenson asked him if he had attended snatched last week by that Ouinea any church since his arrival in the city r-Mr. Wheeiaiore preesed in silent grati'0b, jv; midam," aaid he, "I've been tude the philanthropic hand of his friend. 'round to the " Mrs. H. waa an "This eilk rop," the sbe rid continued, Episcopalian and understood exactly what fie meint, because at that lime Ascension "you will Gnd to be as comfortable as a Many poor man, roughly church hid just received a f that velvetcollar. been painte and it was glistening jrked from life and the bosom of an aphad not in the sun. Go she aaked him how he preciative csmmuntty, would have drop-pe- J the great glistening teir of joy at the liked the service and he replied: "I rii sight of euch a loop, remember that the Frank-for- t and fell with 'em evrry time." fortunei of this life ahould not make ui Yeoman. proud and forgetful of those who are not Anuria A I. HAin. The fine fibre oh so highly favored, Ab," arrsnging the lalned from the inner lining of the palmet- noose around the condemned man'd neck to bud ii now manufaclmed Into a "Did you ever take anything more comso closely resembling human hair fortable? No matter how tight you wear that it is employed as a substitute for the the calk collar it won't hurt you " genuine article The fibre uny be obtain"But," whispered the victim, "will I ed at Any length and is capable of taking run the risk of taking cold when this warm any color. This being true, ladies may nick-geis removed?" now indulge, according to fancy, in black, ' Oh, no. You will never take cold any brown, flaxen or auburn tr's!H, without more." with regard nny feeling of fqiienraishnes "Ssy," with a sudden sene of peril, to the origin of the falst locks which aisist "won't all this tine businp-- s kill me just their natural charm. Savannah News the same as though it were au ordinary rope?" S A. Htndell, of Santa Kon, California, "Oh, yes, John, but hang it, look baa without doubt the largest rose tree in how much more comfortable you will feel " the world. It is 113 feet in bight and the "Cin'l you esse me down? 1 don't want crown of the trie id 10 feet through. It in ground to tho first branch the reporters to get in their 'dull thud' 11 feet from the and the trunk is l'J inches in circumference work." "Kieing you down would make no difor 1 I inches in diameter. Tho variety is of ference, for the reporters would day that the white La Miniue and durinj? most Kesdy?" the yenr the trie is full of roes and i tru vou thudded. "Yej." The tree is supposed n tiling of beauty. ly "So long " to be -- 9 jtmih old it present. "Zip!" so perfect had been the arrangeAt this season of the rear a lemon is ments that Mr. Whetzuiore expressed no worth untold gold as a health prestrver. dissatisfaction, but swung ty and fro as The way to got the better of a bilious though it were every day business. Yes eystem without blue pills or quinine, i to the shcrifl in Windrow county U the gentake tho juice of two or three lemons in tlest man in Arkans3w. Arkamaw Travenough water lo innko it pleaiant todrlnk eler. without Biigar, before going to bed. In the Positive Cure for Piles repeat the doce, morning before breakfast To the people of this county wa would say that Kecord. Medical liao been given the agency of Dr. Marchlil'a Some of Tllden's strong supporters Italian I'lla Olntoioit emphatically guaranteed to euro or inooey rofuudsd Internal, External, think Cleveland will be nominated at Gov Slephensin. A member of the Ironi one of the mountain counties Leg-iilttu- re tin-toptin-roosub-stanc- e ar Chi-cngo. It happened during the adminiatratioa of what the unusual order meant. The waiter brought the customer three small cakes and a cup of cote. "One brown buck," cried another waiter. In a few minutes he brought the customer a plate of buckwheat cakes done brown. "ISeef and" and "ham and" were heard, and the orders were filled with beef and beans, and ham and eggs. "Give me a plate of beans," he said to cfc3 the waiter. plate of Iioston strawberries" yell"One HAVEed that functionary. The old gentlemnn was startled, but soon Making Extenreceived his favoiite dish at a cost of ten cents, while New York s'rawberries would have cost him fifty cents. fo Their Stock ot- "Cincinnati quail, have it fat," was the next order. The cook cut of a large piece of pork and put it on the range. 'All waiters," said the proprietor, who And now haye the Best Stock in Cec tral Kentucky. They have Parlor sat at the door to see that no man escaped and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, without payiog his bill, "have system of Cane and Penitentiary of abbreviation and a peculiar nomenclatChairs, Marble Top, of our customers know ure for food. Some CentreStand& Exthis technical form of ordering so well that tension Tables, they use it themselves." Woven Wine. Cot-te- n dre-neA well man here entered, and, Top and Hair Mattaking bis seat at the table, ordering the tresses. Folding. Bed Lounwaiter to bring him two 6hbalU. ges, Beds & Cots, "Wardrobes cried the waiter, "One and Sofas, and Everything Else while the cook softly repeated, "sleeve Store. Eept in a buttons."-- y. Y. Dial. A few days ago we received Six Cases Ladies' and Children's Hats, And as it was a little late in the season, are OO., -- Latcly been sive Additions ft Itosltafs ' They are going fast, too. 111 dozen Dr. Warner's $1 Corsets at the extremely low price of 75c each, the last few weeks we have sold twelve d Which is less than wholesale prices. Are about out of them now. but will shortly have others at as great a bargain. sleeve-buttons- ," re BOOTS & SHOES In this department our trado has been immense. All the reason we give is because we save you from 25c to $1 per pair on same class of goJr sold ejsewbere. Prices. Granulate! The last Legislature did what the Almighty never has done made an infant I of non-aga man of full age. We refer to Millinery & Dress-Maki- ng the local act for the benefit of D N, Cog ar, A.T McKINNEV! the fourteen-year-ol- d son of Mr. Jesse Cogar, who is made a man in so far as his I have reolve.1 a full line of every variety of rights to contract and be contracted with Millinery, sdj lofitsaa inspection or tae ease. illsa Cyothla Oirsop, who la as expert In the business, will assist me. Goals are concerned. and prices Mercer Citizen. Tsrylow. Jt. V. TA11LKK,Ky. Sll-l- t McKlnney, It is upon this vital issue of tariff reform that the democracy has gathered its Wrights Indian VecetablePills strength; it is by its outspoken determinaKOH TIIK tion to stand or fall upon the isjue that it has won the confidence of honest men. To fail to make other issues subordinate and secondary would be not only suicide, but And aU b- purnly suicide with dishonor. Brooklyn Eagle. Sale to nke.I'rli'Kr MrM YMc'ablc. no grtp-I- n AU llniuulst. e Sugar HATS AND CAPS. From the amount we havo sold one would suppose that every man and 007 in the county had one of oar bats; but tho trade in this line does not seem ta fall off any. Our men's fine Straw Hats at 50 cents are a big bargain. Thty are fully worth double the money; men's Stiff Hats at $1, 81 50 and SI 75, worth from 32 50 to $3. Another lot of men's soft Fur Hats at $1 25 each. Boys' Wool Hats 10, 15 and 25 cents. Jf. Brtt-cla- , LIVER llf-nr- BiliousComplaints According to the Pharmactutieal J'cord, a New York patent medicine manufacturer, being about to die, was asked by his friends how he would like to be buried. "Insert me," he said faintly, "at top of column, next to reading matter, fifty-twtimes, electro by mail." Then he quietly expired. Pay your subscription, o SUFFERERS From !roii,CIiriilc an J lllootl Diseases, rak Lungs, llralu anil t .Affections, DohuCoh.iI. N'crou Ifllllty, llrultvii Hlduryn.Illncl-drriflutloua and Weakness ol the your Druggist for Crlunry WrKnui,ask c A j jb lot of Ladies' Silk Gloves, assorted colors, at 45 cents to close; wortli. pair Ladies' White Cotton ILwe, slightly soiled, at the unheard of price of 5 cents per pair; worth 20 cents. Other goods in propor-tin75 cents; 300 o. lv:e: all-wo- & HOSIERY Hr. OIJC-V- J. WORLD (UNOWNED W. BOOTT'S 13, SPECIFIC NO. Dyppepsia in its norst form will yield te the we of Carter' Little "erve Pills aided by Carter'-LittlLiver Pills. They not only relieve present distress, but etrengthen the stomach and digeMire apparatus. COGUEEFilRON A IJL001), UltAIX & SERVE TOXIC. If jour Drnretst do not p It lf him tooMrtt lorxoa. SI. per bottle. Cocsi.llcrf mid Iron It the GrtAtri t Medical UUcoTvrj of modern times. i urticuUra, ttJdlt or pmibll, wila(j CHAS. W. SCOTT. M.D., Kansas City, Mo. Utti Dr. SCOTT S LlVElt VZLLS. 1 CLOTHIItfG. Boys' Wool SI 50, $1 75, Child's SI 50 and S2; (Willi I71opliorii,) Knee Pants 25 cents per pair; Boys' Good Wool mixed Suite S2, S2 50 and S3, running from four to eight years old; 25 kilt Suits, from aXew York sherifl's sale, slightly soiled, at worth double; sizes from 2 to G years. Don't fail to see therm 1884. CULMINATION OF THE SERIES. TWELFTH. TWELFTH. Over 8,000 Spools of Our Machine Trhead Distributed througb the County. sofc finish, 6 cord, 200 yards on a spool, Warrauted to work on any chiuo and we sell two spools for 5 cents. You can get it nowhere else. 13 CINiY&ipjINDUSTRIAL OPENS SEPT. 3rd. A It ma. - As wo receive goods almost every day Vou will Always Find something: Nc.v at Our Store. K llllnd, Bleeding or Itchlug Piles. Price 50 cents No cure, no pay. I'enny A McAlUter, Druggiata. If your lirestttU oflenilTe, your nostrils fetid and rilled with putrid matter and you are fast Daughters, Wires and Mothers. use rsplllon Catarrh Cure, Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's Vnn will lis nurlflpcl and permanently cured. For a feraalo remedy, to cure Female Diseassale by McltouertiAStig? es, such as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and few l'splllon Cough Cute cured nn Infant only a Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacemmt or bearing weeks old, of whooping cough, artcr a consultation down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Change of physicians pronounced It lyond recovery. Ii of Life, Leucorrhcea, besides many weaknesses stops the whbop and allows tho brent Ii to return. springing from tho above, like itadache, Bloating, Bplnal Weakness, Sleepleasneaj, Nervous deTor sale at Mcllouerti A BU)'s. bility, Palpitation of thn Heart, Ac. For sale by 1'nplllon lllood Cure contains no mineral of any druggists. Prices SI and St SO per bottle. Send the Moot to a healthy condition, klnl. It restores to Dr. Marcbljl, Utlca, N. V for pamphlet, free. regalsllnc exceiics, and rreroals disease For For sale by Fenny A McAllster, Dru&tsts. ea'.e by McRoVerls A Stsgg. a box. CLOSES OCT. WONDSRffL .A-- rt 4th. Otjr LAV u rod-ticta-. :Lva.:n.vufat-nre- a X.V3n.tio2a.3 3 -- After you have looked all over town, come hero and note the diQerenco ia prices. You will find our goods all marked in plain figures and if not aa repWe especially ask thaeo resented, your money will be cheerfully returned. to come in during the week and not wait until Saturday, as we are that can so rushed then that we can't give you tho attention we would like to. Follow the crowd and will be sure to find tho place. OPEN TO THE COMPETITION Op THE WORLD, Special arrangements No charge for spare or steam power J full particulars, address, hibit anJ M.itJr rLin. -. ...... Cmk .3h:3s:o:t l?r!in t In fjn.s! lr Frnin fnnri t ri made 7a.- F. WALTON, f r tranjpertatijn of Sac'y. Originators and Promoters of Low Prices Asaph Hotel, sfc S. Is. POWERS tho CO., for All People, under the St. 1884. STANFOKD, - - - KENTUCKY. rw 1 ' -- J. W. Morrin, who killed Pattick CinCACio, June 23 J. G. Kershaw A Co., and in consequence Scanlon in Newport was given ten years in traders, failed there Is R sharp decline In wheat. the penitentiary. WAbiiiKOTOM, June 24. Both Houses John Cotman, a laborer, was found - June 24, 1884 Stanford, Ky., Wad in Clark county. It ia supposed he are arranging to adjourn on the 4th. The ..'PHARMACISTS torrid ntmosphero here i too much for the died from sunstroke. On his retirement from the Com t of "W. P. WALTON. OBALIIM IX- The decretal sale of the property of the Appeals, Judge Hargis' brother judges pre&lH-- ( lco&))2-'.- ..--i. -- ! it w en.cb- DrugB, Books, Newoomb Iliichanan Co., to satiify judgsented him wjth a silver tet. ' Dhcussiko the atatement that a mnjori euLcfP- - tw l N "HrCH Prof. 8. P. Lucy. Principal of the Ken- ments for $02,023 07, realized $102,737.97 unci tN--r tj of the New York delegation are or tucky Female Orphan School, nt Midway, Louisville, June 24. The Masons are rhrsyil.tV irrili,tun, i.curiteljIon.H.ut.lH Cleveland the Sun Mjt: A ctreful exampreparing to celebrate St. Jhn' day toAlto died last week of typhoid fever. ination of the lit pf delegates cats doubt It was reported Saturday that C. P. morrow on a ciand sotie. ' There will be rfcrr- - n RHftsaum upon the truth of the proportion. Same m n n:v Huntington was getting shaky financially, Knight Templar drills, tire works, music gentlemen who are let down by Mr. of the and other attractions discredited the report. but he soon ClereUnd's friend a anxioua for his ttrjregt Stock or Wntclics, The New York stock market is in LINCOLN COUNTT. while HUSTONVILLE. ClocJiH, Joivi'lry Jt JjilTcmare are certainly opposed to hiru; a very serious condition, and it Ih believed l- - r.r-- i that n rnnonicnouB and o able a Em brcutilit loiuUmsrkH. rrl.e-- Lowsr tku Dullness, unmitigated dullness pre U is at hand. another financial crisis y-- sieDff, l'lo tl ml Jewilij 11. public man ai Mr. Dorehcimer was rfjected o-I. P. Gray expected Iu vails at present. p'lrol cu ihorl DotinnJ Wsrunt as a delfgateatlarce to Chicago becaurc it It is on the enrds that C. K. Crow will receive the Indiana democratic nominawesbcliered he had been selected to mahc introduce in a few days at hi 'nther'o, a tion for Governor on the first ballot. the epeech profO'iDg Mr. Cleveland an the The i)wder mill at Pontremolle, blnf mine Southern bride candidate, and the other fact that Mr The wire fence is Readily duing its Italy, exploded Sunday. Thirty persons Biffell, of Bufil, the law partner of the ghastly work. Several hsail of valuable were killed and seventeen injnred. Tnr. Louisville Commercial pokes iun at Governor, who?e appointment ai a The republicans of Indiana are dissat stock have- - been seriously injured. The last the Kentucky Court of Appeals in this wise Cleveland especially isfied with the selection of John C. New as casually occurred on Friday in the killing A man who playfully pointed a pistol at a web not able to attain that distincchairman of the Indiana central committee. of n horse valued nt $200, the propertv of HCAiril IN afford significant evi- friend's head in Philadelphia was rent to tion, would peein to Duncan McMillian, an employe of the Urnh Dunn. the work-hous- e for three months for his Hardware, llorxe Shoes the Governor i not very popu dence that Uroverlai, Suilillos, The ladies of the Christian church pro- idiotic humor, had happened in Ken- (."., N. O & T. P. lUilroad, was run over by Iron, NiiHn, QueuiiNMiiro, IliiKKJ' Whip, larcr very influential among the demo- tucky the Court li it Appeal) would train at Ludlow, Ky., and instantly killed. poe holding an auction sale on Saturday of lure HUKKJWlieelM, Moves crats of the State. If Mr. Cleveland were Cano Mills beginning at 3 v. M The HunicHM, Many Plumed Knights clubs have the 28th inst., Npolus ro.ll thp choice of the Saratoca Conven reversed the dicision on the ground that been orcanized in Iowa. The members lending attraction is a silk quilt of the cra.11111m, CI. Urates I.up Cover, the "pointing" a piBtol was not sufficient ,c,m tion, and if the delecates to Chicago had Stoneware, Corn Shellcrs Collars, wear black hati with ftatherx stuck in the zy ersuaion, a perfect jin in its way, ly explicit, the law requiring that the been instructed to support him there, his Ssveral other fancy articles will he offered binds. Oliver Chilled. Champion Steel and Bnnley Combined Plows, Wooden have been probable. pistol should have been aimed at the comnomination would acd P.ev. Georce T. Gould, President of The proceeds of the ra'o will be nppliel to plainant muzzle first, in a manner to jeopCHt Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof- as the cate now stands, an interestBut, churc'i decorations. ardize the complainant's life. Merely the Millersburg Female College, has made improvements in the ing uncertainty still prevails upon the submfirana ututenn? will havo prompt attention. an assigument. Assets, $13,000; liabilities Send up a few enthusiastic bidders. ject, and if Mr. Cleveland is finally nomi-note- d pointing might indicate that it was point- unknown. .7cf!'lW. i'rm-- i tinrwi iiriwnr, rr, P. C. Butt and daughter and Mr. Mr. ed butt it will not be because the Kew York might first and an accidental discharge Excelsior made the Coney took the tram lor Wanas ;e The steamship have really Injured the accused democracy irant him, but because, on the Mrs. Soc 0en left yslerdsv f. r Besides, it does not appear that the weapon fastest run on recrrd from New York to whole, they think they can not do belter. G. P. .'- - tr New Orleans five days, fourteen and a the r.ll of Cumberland. was loaded or that the Judge of the lower TheSm is no! pleased with Cleveland's Mifstw li;. returned from Virginia has had sneezad at the proper juncture half hours. methods since he has been governor and court Lee Price, the "magnetic girl." zV nd Blanche Tw id well are home dr Mattie during the trial. Therefore wo remand the is opposed to him as a presidential candihas sued the manager of a Cincinnati the summer. M. Pefton and Miss M.rv case for a new trial. date. museum for $10,000 damages for defama- Brown were here on Sunday. F M. Yo- The tariff reformers came out more than tion of caracter. ell is negotiating with b.itlders for addi OCR good friend, Col. Uaither, of the Mercer Citizen,! eiorcieed became we sug- rocquerers in the Tennessee convention. Phil Thompson' bill, amending and tions t his dwelling. l.UJfr Allen I' 't church en gested that the recent decieions of the Court After considerable bluff on the part of the strengthening the Thurman act in retard officiated at the incidental protectionists, or those favoring to the Pacific R R passed the Ilouwe by a Sunday. of Appeals were hastening the The lammis "ynller" horse. olassiEcd alternative of Lynch law or no law the Ohio platform, the following was adopt- decided mjority. AT- at all. We do not see how this can be dis- ed by a vote of 1,283 to 40: We denounce Sidney, alia Howard Fields, a negro by Eld. Jno. S. Sweeney as an Alderiir, torted into an advocacy of mob law. Noth-la- the present tariff as a masterpiece of injus- preacher of Frinkfort, is under arrest at educated by E'd. W. L. Williams, .ud was further from our intention at any tice, inequality and false pretences. It pro- Lexington, charged with outraging hi lit transferred to Dr. Drye, ran awny ard smasLed the rockawny a few day since, rate. But we do say that mob law is better motes frauds, fosters smuggling, enriches tie Druggists and Booksellers, tfaan no law at all and when the courts dishonest officials and bankrupte honest Mim Lillie Smith, of Cincinnati, while nobody hurt. Joe Pair, Jr. was thrown how by their actions and decisions that merchants. It accumulates a corruption out on Sand Mountain, near Chattanocga, from his bupgy Sunday and hail his f ce they have been prostituted into fostering fund in the vaults of the government to with a picnic party, fell over a blufl nnd considerably diefsced wild hors. Hoi. Jones' mule took a tantrum on the street Ksd protecting vile murderers and thieves, poison official action and debauch the pub- wag, perhaps, Cat ally injured. will Sunday and ran away with the buggy but instead of punishing them for the good of lic conscience. We favor a reduction of The Kentucky Bar the tariff and demand that no more revenue hold its annual meting in Louisville next was tranquilized without damage except a the public morals, the people have no for their protection but to take be raised than is required to defray the Thursday. The meetioc will adjauru with c:niderable scare Io the wife and babies. t-fo one expenses of the government economically a banquet at the Gait House. tie matter into their own hands. SoMERHirr. Pulaski has 1.6S0 whi'e affilrtt more administered and revenue raised for any would deplore such a state of The Indiana republicans nominated and coloiexl yottre; 7,073 white and 2S0 Ikan we, who have always stood up for the other purpose, whether by custom-housWm. II. Calkins, of Laporte county, lor colored children. The total taxable propjsajetly of the law and no one would be fur-U- r taxation or otherwise, is unauthorized by Governor and Eugene JSundy, of Henry erty in the county amount to 52C'.'0,C4". AND from advocating a reeortto Lynch law, the constitution. county, Lieutenant Governor. Hy an oyeraisht we failed to mention the except in the contingency named and as a The Illinois prohibitionists declared sudden death of Judge J E Carson in our ! The committee of one representative in State convention "That the sale of dire necessity. from each State and Territory, to whom Iat iue, of neuraleia of the heart He A Full and eoiuplf'tc iiKMtrluiciit or Furniture, embracing The Mulligan letters, which Mr Blaine was entrusted the duty of breaking to Mr. liquor is a crime and not a vice and should had filled with credit the office cfj.idpt- from the CIkmijm-h- i to the Fluent Parlor circil't clerk and r . irly pledge of his Blaine the news of his nomination, arrived be overthrown by police nower-- " Xo is said to have obtained on a Ilir-roneed to Ko Co (he Itir;e elf Jc to mitke your pureluiMN, no nuttier Centre College has made Gov. Knott Jamca K McKinney n'd Mis- - S E. The chairman word of honor that he would give them in Augusta, Me., Saturday. wre married on the l'nh irs: at tie whiitritiautily ireiuiilltyyoti uiiut, iih I vim and immediately back, but instead threw them of the Chicago convention, M. Henderson, an L. L. D. The city of Louisville hat duplleAte rf the bridt'rf father, M J. Nat- any price on can obtain elHuwhcre. frclKht belncnlll into the grate, were fifteen in number and read from manuscript a prosy notification voted the judges of the Court of Appeal ronadded. Aim) D-- D Louisville Commercial. a full awKortnient ol Coillim, 'hcm, .ShrouilH ami HoIifm. embrat were written to Mr. Warren Fisher, Jr., and then Mr. Blaine drew out his little Hallet Kilbourn is to be paid from the Iiir all the Xew Mj len, both cheap and expeiiMlre. IVare roonm urging that he be le,t into the Little Eock manuscript and returned thanks for the honoppo-iteS- t. public treasury the jadjment recovered iKiiph Hotel, Stanford. Ky. t Smith railroad enterprise and re- or beitowed upon him and pledged himself as Speaker of the to support the platform to the letter. The HgainU John O. Thomson for arrest and counting his services llsriiig dttermiiml to cUtifce hit Ii .tf I ' $20,-00oiler lor Mle (nlTtely my Niw Mill. iiuitr.l nt' House in preenting the forfeiture of the scene was very affecting and we doubt if imprisonment, by order of the House, Uruili ('Hf k, In Cm-j- - loouty, Ky. Tlie lu ,. c ' r I .land grant to that road. In thene letters, there was a dry eye in all the mighty Uiil; tK'n llxiThe national prohibitioniiU convention it rLtiuoarr: lloiU--Uditlw; mw and Url'i Jlili ' u r fba't M copies of which are extant, Mr.Bluine shown thronz. S. C. Pomeroy, of Kan-sisoil nominated Senator tftttinl The rorljr a nt r Tin that he was not above begging, in fact he Judge Bush wants the newspapers in for President of the United States and III Good Ituiininu Order. absolutely suggested that his services de- dicted for dnring to criticise the Court of J. A. Conant, cf Cjumoticut, for BONANZA & I m i Us wll..i g Titular plrnty aad ' manded recognition at the hands of the Appeals and the Louisville Pott sajs: "It tirixiliing Inr n.d 'STUi rlbrk, I'.cta M.l. A ill'iV I jr .railroad officials. How these letters came is evident that these judges imagine there K"i''ii t .It. in t David Hughe", n prominent oitixeu of Hern-- , Cjltle. e. I n witUfu to hkr io tb ' in.t.r I h ,1 t,r f into the possesion of Mr. Mulligan is not no . a diviciity that doth hedge them. If Nashvillf, north $100,000, wa convicttd will uJ nr.cjtl (iiimi? tr ipp'y'" to i" Tiiiti:snric nt.. , i .. ,, , ., Mini,,.,., dated, but that he had them U beyond the they do uot want their decisions criticised in Caeatham county Friday of ahduation III (ill l.tHJ.tXt roKTWII.I '.'J."A,J.i i4 i ji i . n .. S.0-i.x.im:s U.nlotiti'l. Kr Traction fi ' shadow cf a doubt. they should devot,e a trifle more time to the and seduc'io-- i snJ sentenced to ton reus ! iS'tu'Vllifi T'.ROBINSON 'CO.'. Richmond, 'ink -i ,4,T an lender better,' one. in the penitentiary. r'irvas -OOR old friend, the Eev. R L.EeIl tUulf of JkP): - i. v c m iaTadmitted on eVervjjjhatid that we ffave w: t i r.-- f kj f v A Sre at uhatfield & Wood's wholepoke bia little piece tola colord audience, J1 For Sale, Lincoln Co. sale piper houe, Cincinnati early Sunday Jlarroisburc last week and the Democrat at mTp 1 cot only called him a worthless demagogue, the recollection of the oldest inhabitant." morning, ctmeu a loss to untitling, siock nowoflrr lor Ijiiir uriTKlelr iutr arm on wbleh I uu tbt. and machinery of about $50,000 The in- miles rttiile, HuiIootIIIc, tniilalniUR inkv, ttirre whose economy of truth wa hi principal MO fioin The Legislature of the State of New York-ha-s r.ru SHeftd WLa: Soras of Our Beit Fainien nnd Citizens of Lincoln and Garrard Saj IjiijJ, konmiMunt niimin is over $100,000 characteristic, bat actually gave a picture passed a bill which is only awaiting surance noil ihhiI hrnis In thn eruntr. Li "til. I'lntj - atMtt' nf ttilliTiitli.n, liaprutrcmrnu . i The Illinois Prohibition Convention vattr, in fi r.tlir inamUTHfl (ItlJCOK M I.lMrlH fl (..rrj.l Ia iktlllu a. Tulrawn from life of the litte red hog, which the signature of the Governor to become a laivr bro all noiruttry declared in favor of enfranchising women, R'khI, Hi; Id tlrc-im- i ciubiilliliiR', two nl HuiW ud IdWEwell was accused of appropriating to law making it n misdemeanor to sell, i.rdti; t"OUtr fenc 5 kctt r his own use. We protest against this thing give, show or offer for sale "to any minor and rejects with disdain the proposition to laij.l Alout Vixre 't'niitr In im, aUi it ' it .( A mid III ruinil ill educite children wiih money derived from Ariw (if I Jit. J lb ii. 0 IlliiM tw H.l-t- i l.til.v nc Preacher child, any book, pamphlet, magazine, lliill gentlemen of the Democrat. UIj M. .rtiiwittgM-iiVnews. II H ijhiii.n I II Mlllit J r I tt i . I1.. lltiilnr.rill it HrmJIor.Wville f.IKi, al .il'ii Atr 'nmi I rt Ewell is our meat as much as the little red j paper or other printed matter devoted to the site or manufacture of liquor. gtwl ( lort-d- , Ik I. liiutir. U'n i'd umltn Gov. Knott'n admiiiisirHtion will pars httV boiai- - Alwil'') atrt.rf (jlo tiiulor ndi U t'DtlurM w'.t pig wan hi after its appropriation and wc the publication, or pnnciply made up of, . ... r ... to nif. b..f lot il Iwiil tiuilwt va it, A!mi A .'.. !t . hm ,D,I l the fru)t"t7 in ri.1 v tht H.nMj Tl lu.l.r.r i..i a T:vr'..i."TTr " I mUri-laud lyiDi; utir ,k . V .:." aot propose that anybody else shall get criminal news, police reports, or accounts into history as that one in which the fewest about l,iu .Krta r ,t. . :i. t r aimit ii.ui,..l .hk ik. n -. vt. '."'"". ;""' "! "V.? ili.n nB . toUliriy. It la tm troimlu tbe nmd liuui l.vllInK , l. .ii.ratici, pun 11 111 .,', ..i .i ui ii.,' . uuD Mf U. " Jllt--J " bite, unless we are consulted. We have of criminal deeds of. pictures and stories of pardons were granted. The Court of Ap- bwlroftlmUr aol tbrrrk of It very w!l Iw a mtiat "!. Limtiiti Karrla, IIuHjIu Mill., Stanford, Ky , M A ter A .l Mi.:. Tho loie ubim! i. peals is devoting itself to that branch of ted for cultlralloo .. i .. .. .. Tn tltf4 vtirin I l.ur u.!.! n..K - .up f not "chawed" enough of him yet ourselves. bloodshed, lust or crime." timbered miiJa ull lie iu t'tttj coutity U. ', "it:;:... ": "."L',,M.r iiatronagr. ami. .,i ,T IO Ibt. X1 timt ,.!..,. i ;:,.,., juriprudence anil relieving the Governor any or all tbxalwTe Uiidi en nuhalilv im W. Cassics Goodloe is a sanguine speci-me- n lam dctrriiiiOHl tncfll. Any cot' wlatitug ti Louisville Times. The Insurance commissioner reports that wb'.h w.ii iftfEt 'lunMfirli'wi d:iikii -- tarf.iri i.i,.i r ....... "W mailer would ilo will to I'lii' uir.i ch!1 ' of the genus coon, but we opine knows durinsr the fiscal year the various compa'1''1 Yo ir. rrrlrilr 247-is now reported that the republiifr. t . j ... . ........ It J. J. IHC YE, liuntouTille. II, I I djoh about arraying himself in the beet man- nies received in Kentucky premiums to the can have cairied the Senate of Oregon by ner to show off his personal pulchritude thin amount of 51,894,809.38 and paid out on two majority and the HouBe by ten, makbe dots about the state of the public mind, fire losses $914,911 90, a clear gain of about ing twelve republican majority on joint whtnheeays: "We propose because Blaine :i minion uouars io me insurance men. billot. The Legit-laturwill chooe a me VUG I NT, is on the ticket to carry three or four of the Stanford pays less than any of the towns of United State Senator to eucceed Mr. James States of the South. Kentucky will give it sfz, its premiums amounting to but rl. Slater, democrat. - to Blaine 120.000." The Colonel should $5,071, while Lancaster pays $0,551; DanHon. J, A. McKenziehas been in cor-- , not allow the exuberance of hi feelingi to ville $12,397; Richmond $11,807 and respondence with the Kentucky delegates jet away with nirt calmer judgment in this $15,421. to the Chicago Convention, and his esti- is Preparing for n Lhclj SiimitKT Trade. manner, or souebody'Jl be saying: "He is mate is that eighteen out of the twenty-simighty pretty man. It's a pity he . A MAN arrested in Chicago for gambling In their opposition to Ilia Hub ori;oKl", In tierj vnrl ty ukiibIIt louod are pronounced gave his name as O. U. Sucker. The ap in Ciet-- i Ikb Uii'.ituol tb Eltid, U drinks." Louisville Post. pellation could be more appropriately ap- McDonald. is just two weeks belore the democrats Senator elect Tayne, of Ohio, it is anTbolargeet etuckever in Stanford and tho best to bo found in Central Ken- plied to his victims than to himself, we meet in convention at Chicago and the nounced has withdrawn from the Presi Judicious Alterations in the Internal Arimagine. should rangements Secure Boom Comfort iucikj, embracing niout twenty rive ditlerent styles irom tho leading question as iu me nominee is about as dential contest in favor of Grover Cleve a and Better Display. Bayard and .McDonald comprise a tick land for first place and Governor Hoadly, doubtful as it was twelve months since ijj the United Sutes. Persons contemplating buying a vehicle this -- I'artlrulnr The republican papers fear Bayard more ettbat the democracy from one end of of Ohio, for second, on the condition that ntlentiou lacnllrd to to the other would delight to hon- in the event a democratic President is electhan any one else, as their abuse of him Spring ehould select the same or place their orders at once; for at this season indicates, but we trust the democrats will or. Lit ns have them for our standard ted, he is to be made Secretary of the A Largo nnd Elegant Addition to tbe Stock of Jewelry, all manufacturers of first-clas- s vehicles are invariably over-runot nllow their senselen attacks to cause bearers. lressury. with orderu them to Ignore the very best man In the The New York Herald recapitulates And mlklrao eitu- .and if tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from four to MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. eight party. If the dem jcrats permit the repubthe votes of the New York district deleThe Tennessee democrats renominated gates to the Chicago Convention as follows: weeks tD obtain it; four week? being licans to name their ticket, it deserves the to make, finish and dry a firtt. Bate for Governor. defeat it is sure to receive in November. The calculation i said to be made from ch$i job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. The city chek in Louisville has been interviews with the 72 delegates: Outliuolim, Gabiruxn and The Covington Commmxualth is hboring moved up to sun time. Ttili notion forewarn spoken for Cleveland, 28; known to be for trini a not to trtiison our Innda without All tyork sold by me will bo found to be such as I represent them, both in English and Dutch to convince the as all audi acta nro l(al It'll l jrotwuttd Lieut. Gov. John F. Lewis was thrown Cleveland, 7; unless I 10; views not to the full eitBntof tho law. people that the Piei Bridge proposition is from a sulky near Harrisonburg, Va , and known or obtained, 13; for Bayard, 5; for Hlantord, Ky Muirb I7tb, ienwl. havo been deceived myeelf, and in that event the purchaser will be fraud and a scheme, "for private efnolu-men- t, fatally injured. I), McKlttrkk (ImAW.M.AltCoimatk. fully in. A. W. Cariieuit-r- , II. T. Hut b, Flower, 4; Hancock. 1. by which the fortunes of one class of ('. P'abop, K. Held, Mac Stilt, of Paris, was cut in the knee demnified. Call and examine my stock and I will do my best to The independent republican commit- II. Cobb. pleaso you Hubble, persons are to be enhanced at the expense by a friend; blood poisoning set in, result- tee elected George AVilliam Curtis chair- HlKglns Ktdly, !'. I). Itbodw-- , in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles of another." W. C. MtCormacc, H.U.AJ F.UoTer, ing in his death. from me and at &o M. H LtiIo. man and approved h document, to be sent ().!. Carter T. J. Hill, J. W. Wembeiloid, Commodore Garrison has failed for bill to repeal the tax on fruit bran reasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere eleo nnd got a The throughout the country for signatures, pro- u. vanoy, Wni. liurtcn, guarantee on dy and tobacco, advocated by Mr. Randall over $5,000,000 In New York, which creates testing agiinst the nomination of Blaine J. A. UurrK J. H. Mtirrdiy, .1. U. lllll. tbetn, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from P. W. Carter, nnd his republican allie, was defeated In murh excitement. home. Re .1. II. McAllittr, and Logan and indorsing a general confer Ed. Carter. .1. I). Jones, A Blaine organ in Massachusetts tbfl House Saturday, by its refusal to con- pectfully, immediately after the demo- T. J. Potter, ence, to meet T. M. Wbllc, J. O Monlcomerr 7 Mnt, .1. .1. Moboily, Mrr. 119 to 75. The tarifl reformers are msKes tins thrilling apnea : "Every U.i;. nt. cratic convention, to take such action aa M.T. Marcum, H . a AUitU Ilusell, ud to have grown very hilarious over the offko in this State will be in the hands of thedemocratic nomination may render ad- A, I). Newland, II. I IH'M. ' J democrats next A. ; ItewtiUd, 0. W.QItcu.. eummet if we falter now." visable. uxqH, nom-inttion The gamblers may expect no immunity during Gov. Knott's administration and any other calculation than that they will have to pay the Ones assessed against them is but hugging a fond delusion to their souls. One Jack Taylor, formerly of Lebanon, and an old acquaintance of the Governor, was fined for running a gambling houso in Louisville and he at once hied away to Frank furt, sure that his former relations with Mr. Knott would insure a remission. Not so, however, for after an examination of the facts the Governor wrote him that he ew no more merit in his case than in many others tiled of the same nature and that while he would be glad to render him a personal favor which did not conflict with his duty, he was forced te adhere to his re solve to remit none of such fines unless there were imperative reasons for doing so. i tie school tuml will uj increased many thousand dollar by this admirable resolution. to-da- y Fhht . ittAi -1 43 T,r Mf-i- 7-' Fanoy Article. Stntionory .'".'w. ro"wuLi, doj&S7:,T ft iarir. de-ire- W i Hi HIGGINS) !t "." y. WALL PAPER J STAGG'S much-deplore- d TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON g McROBEETS JIa OPERA IIOlSE BLOCK, KTAXFOKD. WjM ttl '21 e UNDERTAKER, WBAM3L uc Iealei- in Fiii'iiituye j Ilepre-seutali'- e, n Suite. cs Saw Mill For Sale! if-- : J 0. lL VST. ! H. TRAYLOR, .lim 'riililiitu -i i i t. i GRAIN FIELD SEED THRESHER. lf -- Farm j$h l 4 El 'jy.$ I ,rr"of ilit-U- iui 1 D- I r n I i.h. J . t. '?'" '"' ! In-Ui- !. hlt, 1 i.. t'.: .''n"t" tf ,,(, Peacock Buggies, Phaetons, Sur the reys Carriages, KY., HUSTONVILLE, Cr.F. "Village Har-rodsbu- Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, Carts. c. manu-fucturer- - x It req-iire- Il . (23: Ur) GEO. D. WEARER STANFORD, KY, Mfgs Agt., WmjJSMJLIlMMUAJI mI Tub bet Uroiur-Gv- cigar nl T. It. Stanford, Ky Jane 24, 1884 Lancftaleralreet. LOCAL TIME CARD. , , Ice cream nt i.H houri nt tho parlnra on H. S. Myer. Lit. Mill Iriln going North Koutu 12 1 F C'UMiicuLANti Fali.". Mr, Sic Owen write that there nre n dozen or o rinitor nt hi chirmicc reort now, with flattering LOCAL NOTICES. pirnpfctH fitr"tiimlin); room onlY,'' hi the V.1W I'ltVTU nf P.nm A f 1 1tl. ncaori ail ranee. Lanhiiktii garden tttin M McIlotarU We Take it Hack It waa not the fuult of the exprea meneiicer that the I.VUiiiCATl.Sd oil of all kind nt I'cnnj Timet waa not promptly delivered ft McAli-ierJWus.) new mock of rveiy thini; in tl.e lat Friday, but that of the boy who intel jewelry Jinc at I'tnny ft .McAlisttrV. the train. Hoit, entile, flierp fiml itoultrj pow-dSatuiiiiav anJ Sunday nnd yeeleiday for file jr McHobtrti A Slngx, were rcorcher nd put I lit mercury on the NuwuKiden of ready uiixe! ainta for rampage. It waa in the hade Jut t -0 rrliK Ira Je at McKotierU A rjttggV. WATfn d, Clocki an J Jewelry repaired hhap the lowet point of lat winter, when it win il- - below xern and nam tiled by 1'entiy ft McAlutir. The liet Sjd Water in the clt at Pen-nQuit undertaker, Mr II. K. Wearen, ha V McAliaierV, toiade with pure rock purchased the hatidromeit hearrc erer candy tyrupand llivorcd with j.ureM frjit brniuht to thin ectitn and na an irrever j u it en ent fellow rernirked, "It ia nlmoit worth PERSONAL. dying to ct-- l to ride in it." Mn. Jons MiLixn CitAto la beck A Sunday tcnooL and temperance pic frato Centre Cilince. nic will le given in the Highland neigh Mk J. T (itTiiniE, awiilant depot Itorhood on the Ith ol July. A number of Kent hi gone home eick peaker will be on hand aa will aho the Vir A us Kit !(ixiei b cone In Valley Csrnet Iltcil, which never fail to HarrodslitirK for the vacation. draw a crowd. Mi l'o'iisr Ckimm r.m rrttiriifil The contract for Berrying the mail from from a tirlt o frumU in fhnville day Mi Hahhi-- i ha ccne to here to Linoa' r, to connect with the Uiie X, lu been adverthed tram of the I. Lu ii! to Tlt Muf Mij;ie illUn. Mm J V Au-oiii hack from ui-n- e to let, bid to cloHt next Monday. Alford and Col. Andenmn will ni- TiDiii to Frankfort and L?xiij;!on. ply tho wifhing to prnpfwe with blank. Pk LkcF. HvrriMH left on a loi. A (looti many eubncnberB oend uapoatage new trip ymterday to be cone several dayo Mkh.J. II. Oitr.E.v, of JIuHtonTllle, la atamp in payment of their eubecription vltitirc her brother, C'our.ty Ciiry John nd ome go to the cxpenie of regiaterinc thern. W ay again thnt timp are ntt a illaiD. Mm C C. Cjlhc.xil, of Richmond, legal lender ami we will not accept tbem epftit Kunday and )eoierdy with Mr. II except to make amall change. Pleaae remember Ihi. O. Alford. Mi KleeueCwk and Miry Hob-in-jFlu an .no PhiL!'Cit who 11 ilearribtd a pair of little Oirratd braiitieo, are a a pretty bid fellow gener.illy, waa arreit-- d with Mia Lain MuKii.ne.T. at Etet Hern-taand brought here un.Mm T. It Walton left on tic ex. der guard of Win. McGuite, Ed Pitman preia til morninK fer IyicUville. where and John Itowman, all well aimed with be. cor to incrraje hi wtock. hot-cuon u warrant charging him with , Mltarj .Matiie of Lebaoon, obtaining gord to the amount of $30 and and Abe Vntrdale, of HarrodbiirJr, ent over from Mr. Iaac Hamilton under falee Bjndiy with Mi- - tiwit Itoul. pretenne'. The naee not being ready for S D It'iTllw ILL, of Lincittir, brought trial, Mr Philp-i- t wa conducted ts the Editor M D 11'ijtht oter here Katurdty inner court of the inetitution for auch The charge u not made known to the cie made and provided and he ia there to I jblir. IM day. Mk. I' M. McI'.oiiEKTH, of the InterPjiemiiem Hlnnett II. Young write nal r.jTiiiue Serrice, waa home Kunday. that "We are meeting with great ucc He ' an original Illaine tuin ami ia throughout Kcutucky and I think the tbtrtfjrr correpondinsly happy. State Exhibit at the Exposition will Mjm Jenmie Caiii'enteii'h achool priue: will rate low, but our mot ranguine expectation," A are fearful that nd at nieht ehe trcnled her cloed Knl it i not likely they will go below 85 cent, UrgK number of cuntiea nre making prepocholar and other to an elegant rupper many crop in Bourbon and aration to dieplay their rwourcea and we at which Hind Tee Valley a on hand and other cottntie hare been engaged. intend that Lincoln rhall be repreented fjrni'hrd tn!olf for the occiicn. and in a mamer that will rdUct the aim-pi- e danhllT. BonTcou.vTr. K. Kva.nv, of I bin place, Mil A. credit due her ac one of the Uealihieet an addrtt at the (U'inc exerci'e P. F. Philip bought from a gentleaad lwt in tlm Slate. We therefore call cf the Andcrjn Sjuiinary on "The Easa fall brother to ciiiz-of the county to end in man in Jesmice counlv, ing Linc'ae," ol which the Xnn nyt: jipvn vxtrj the s'allioo that Dr. Nave pedigreed a 'by contribution of tboir product anil wo will Toe dtliterr and ft ir nf rich thought Ilegulu and out of my old mare, and don't c thnt they are properly credited and bjiind up in well turned prriod showed a " ted. Soch an opportunity to advertise you forget it Two colord ladies and one cr.Ioied ma;ry f .h: I'y.ct wldph m our varied re outers doei not often occur gentleman were fined two dollar each in trulv wotnlirful. Mr. Kfana itirliinly hax and wc mul not let it pus neglected. the poiice court Monday niornirg .'ur percreai powir and tandm front uf a bricht rtrc-Wt wih b'tn erery U',." in he lodged in IjiI mitting hog to run at large within the Eld. ForT undertakmi; in life, a ad extend to him Bin hire Saiorday r.ignt to rcrve a term of ten town limit. (liar hl ri-- it to fir cimmiiM'.v dy aoJ piy a flci of ?2o for carrying a Moar. M. Wakefield, Morris Farris H.h mtelluent in.i appreciative auditor deadly "eapn roticMlod. Tlai- i one of and J. O Evan have bought the btlcher-in- c biifince recently carried on by Ja. A. uianifete I tbjir de!cht by many exprt-"n- i th wifit cae t f punilimer.t an rtcsrJ. of praise ard approral." It bi 'occaeioually Johnscn on .U Hreet. They took charge Uiat Yfciinp, eui goeds preache fjr the Pulatkian, pael along Siturday acd will keep first-ch- f LOCAL MATTERS. the road at Squirj M. S. lUtin', ncr FitriT Jais at T. U. WillonV. Highlittid, with no pitoI riib!e. A little Mr. Thorell, the new landlord of the jtr- - of all kind cheap at Warren 'urti'r on he drew hi little pop anil open- Clemens Houee, is ccnvirticg the vacant FnriT it between that inn and the court-houe- e ed up a futilade on the public highway. c MeioIfY . into a flower garden, after having enclfed Toe "iiuiie had hint irnytol and in le (5 W SitAt'l'EK, Uif photocrapber, ia than twenty minute-- a j iry of byaiander it with a neat wire fer.es tf cew and im hies and reidr for b',iiiie. teen lumcconid, I'tojuiitled tnd proved design. hail J. ii. Hocker wiitt from Xcseell-villa verdict rendered sa above. This occur Oil Fun Sili.-- O itite ak tola-a'ir- k that T. A. Peal; i cutting hi wheat ten mile in the country nnd en hour Seie-crd J E Vbh.fc Son, e JIsll. and a half later, preacher Young had ei:hatwine binder drawn by a Peerlef mid repair i lUMl'tnx M t we41d ike of jail bird here to Ti action Engine very euccefsfnlly. He acJ ec'ion for m1 at Varrtn ft Mel --V.. 1( all uiu-tHere punieiied : swiftly hIfo say thbt the crop i generally fcetttr cal' .. a tin, there would be no need of jiil in than expecttd in that pection. The congregation of the Baptist church That wnM reniiHl rinort Hale' Will thiferti' 11. ! now ue tic cornet in connection with the i nu"fen to the public See rate AitjOtrrEli S0.00 time during the organ in their devotional exercise. Mr. "- where ii. thi montti of May, Thnma Jackroo ahot anil player and Mips W. C. Price i the Jfsr AiutiVLi - Fiftien bunche of the killed Hugh Cildwell, aiuitber negro, both Nannie Stcdghill cornet organiet. The two the finest binsn ever offerrd in tbi market, railro&d hands, under the following circum-tnninstrument were Grst intrdouced Sunday which ne are eliincKt bottom price by the Jackon went to the boardmc-ci- r night -- S Myer '. Co bunch or doaen and ticked CilJwell, the 000 k, for come A muficale for the beceGt of the 2d The directoM of the Lincoln Telephone bread, when he wax told to get out and Preabyterian church is to be given by the Co , will pie e meet at the office of ihe wail till roaiehoilr brought it to him. In yoanc ladies theroof at the residence of Mr. I.NTEiuoii Jouknal at 10 o'clock JuIt Mead of doing to Jnckncn at down on C. V G. W. Welsh, Jr., Tuesday night, when a t'junty Court dy. W. 1 Waitcn, Prwl-den- t. bed. when be waa again ordered out, Cald- ireneral coed time is anticipated. An ad well applying 1 vile ipithet to inm ar.d mission fee of 23c is to be charged. making demoni'tratiocM with n pitol. The freight tiain No. 13 on the C. S. The Golden Patent Floum is mode armed himeelf nnd when he from the beet Minnesota whe.it, and lay b returned it i aaid Caldwell Gred at him, railroad ran cfT the track some time after over any Hour you have uied. A trial of when he returned it with fatal efl'ect. Jack-ao- n midnight Sunday, owing to a broken rail. car loaded with flour in pack wete it ia all I ak. For ale only by me. T. then iled, hut a brother of tho dead Fire thrown off, but neither the car nor their K. Walton. man followed him and hail him arretted in content were mu:h injured. It is thought TllEHtreet aprinklins job has been let Covington, where he hea been in jail aerer-a- l was broken by the parage of the Tho cafe waa tried ct Kings the rail weeka to Mr. A. T. Xunnelley ut J;i!) per month preceeding train, No. 5 -- a pawengcr. to run from Sommen-e- t atreet to the Chria-tia- n Mountain Friday, D. It. Cirnenter Mr. Mark Chiles left Monday to take Hnd A. F. Evana defending, aud church and he will commence work charge of tha hotel office at Cumberland in an acquittal ofJackaon. It waa as aoon as he can cet hi wacon ready. Mr. Richard Foley, who has been in raid he Fall. 'SqI'ikeM C. Pohtman haa put on a Mr. E7an' maiden effort and it dangerously ill for eeveral day's past, wa hitDfelf handsomely. nice little hack to run between the Jute-tio- n acquittid (Monthought to hea Utile belter Depot and hi hotel. Hie customer MARRIAGES. day) at noon. Mr. S. W. Isaacs, representwill be traneferred l" and from free, or he publishing house, of ing P. F. Collier' JamcB Rjuleu wa married lat Sunwill hnve it call for pmoca living in town New York, is here taking subscriptions for JameB Gooch, and carry them and their bBCEHce for ten day nt the residence of Mr. standard works. handomely-bounJennie Gooch, variouB the bride' lather, to Mi cents. He comes highly recommended aa as a fair aged 15. Eld. W. A. Gibon performed the citizens of Notice Jlricht i Cur ran would now ceremony ncd George Huston and Mies and reliable man announce to whom it may concern thut Maggie Ilouten, John Pryeand MiwSallie the towns he ha visited. Mr. L. F Strove and family have returned from a yfrit of they want wit prty who 1b owinc them, acted aa attendants. teveral weeka to friends in Harrison couneptclally thoet that have run over from RELIGIOUS. ty. Mr. Wo, Scbrugham, a very worthy of July, either laxt yenr to eettle the Tho Owner JwTnasnja nil the young man, who was raided here and who pay cadi or mnke eatiafactory notea. We in Kentucky nre lo hare paves to the i now with the wholesale liquor houre of give a longer t'1119 than fix month do not Stoll, Clay A Co., Lexington, was here and want cettletnent at that time. Alao Exposition. The Preabyterian church has one hun- vMting his mother's family. Col. C. E. want every man they owe lo biing in hi in Mexico, several Bowmau, of Frankfort, who haa been hero or their accojnt by that time. They would dred ciuigrcgiticTH few day' notice when itemized an Hchoola ami teu r atlve prmebers, and four among old friends about a week, went home like a more ready for ordinutlon. Mtnday. nUd counts nre -Lou-laviler t . y n toll-gate Einretilraln" Hon lb to " Noih 2ta.u. The to li calculated on standard time. Holnr tltor I .ibout 30 mlDutci filter ?c MeAm.1. 8 L. I'owems i Co, ianuo an addreta to tho people nf thin vicinity, r. u which if heeded trill avo them much r. m money. Ilend it on our firnt a.m. pK. t I'&nt-uiaat- I dt ex-c.e- Southern Biplltn now numbfr U IS, MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 000 white ai d S'. "i0 colored. Managed by Jno. B. Fish, Eider Japer Livincton will preach at Farmer have begun to harvest their Halls (lap church next Saturday afternoon wheat. The grain U very fine. at 3 o'clock and Sunday mornincat 11. The laat four or five day have been Hev. JolinC. Young did not preach very hot. The thermometer reached 05 litre Sunday ne expected. A telegram Sunday evening about 2 o'clock. itatinc that bin wife waa very !ck wan Miea Lizzie Hopper, of Lancaster, do-e- d read and the calheriiig CDnciecMion waa a five rnonthn' term of school at thla diemiened, place laet Friday. Every one ia pleaaed The old Garfield Memorial Church, at with her teaching. Waxhinalon, ha been cold for $P2. The -M- -. J. W. Miller aa "Skint," in hi centre pewn old for 18. This ia the frame life and travel in the far West ia almost church in which Garfield waa accustomed equal to Geo. W. Peck. People are to worship and would hare been cold for' writing very highly. Jl ,000 and moved, hut the cointaiesioners Thomaaitow, who waa adjudged a ludecided that it could not be moved thro natic a abort time ago, waa returned to hi the ftrt'et. It will ha tortj down. home, having been pronounced by the Su perintent to be harmless and incurable. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. To day ia county court day; not much E.ghteen firt cl.i'n steers buinee. Our county court aro ahnoet a for aa.'e H. M Ilallo.t. blank. There U no Hock to sell on the A car-Ioof new Tex 11 wheat wat rtreet, or any thing of any kind; in fact, old in St Lmi-- for ?1 21 nothing hut a few road order to make. Toui Ilobini'on bsught of Wtu. HubThe Intemiom Journal for thi ol ble n pair of mare mule for 1300 . Gee did not reach thi point until Saturday I). F. Itolinon bought of Meer. evening. Who; fault waa it? They Guthrie ft Pro , 100 fheep at 2 cent per were put in the P. O. and pent lo the train. lb For Sale -- 200 wither about half fat Therefore it umt be tl.e rgem'rf. Ed Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford, pa!d and 3 oow and calve. J. F h P. G. u a vmt Siturday Int. J. D. Chandler Govor. Mi s Fannie Bell I). N. Prewitt bought c( Dive King i in town this week. Hutchcraft, Pari, Ky., is viaiting at Capt. one yoke of oxen for $0 and from other Jack Adam. Mr. and Mr. F. L Thompparti a few yearling at A cent. I have a thoroughbred Short-horbull son are viaiiiog in Louisville thi week. which I will eland at my place near the Elder and Mm. T. B. Cook were at Mr. S. W. ParnY laat week. Eugene Snodgrat, Dt n ville at V-- the eeaeon. J. M ol Lexington, ia pending hi vacation at 4J McKobtrt, Jr. Jatne P.. Nttnntiley l.a? returned from thi place. The aepeeaoi'j book for 1834, shows np thiojgh Bell, Harlan, Perry, Leslie, ireperty in RockCOO the amount of taxable l'!ay and Jackeon, where he bjugut castle county es follow?: Land, acre, pound r f geneing at ?1 25 per pound. SJJ2; town lot, 71),' IA N. Prewitt bajght of Judge 108 :t05, value, value S35.360; horaea, l.Mfi, value, $100, Stephen Uurch, 32 laml averaging 02 lb.; of Logan D&wron, 75 averaging 72; of A 0G1; mules, 361, value, 521.393; sheep, vnlue, $0,939; hog, 5,935, value, $13, M Feland, 1 averaging 102 and of Mra. P. II. King, averaging t8, all at 5 cent. 029; cattle, 4,423, v.lue, $33,202, stores, 49 Col. J. Stone Walker, a trustee for value, $9,515. Total value of property Samuel Shearer, Sr, old publicly 1,132 $797,114. No. of legal voter, 1,971. A family by the name of Lair, living acre of land in thi co'inty, aituated on the absut 0 mile from town in the direction of Kenline of the K (' railroad near the tucky river, at an avernge of 531,22 per Lancaster, were very bully poisoned by eating a strawberry pie One of the family Richmond Itegil'r. acre. Mnud S. yeterday made the faateet ha died and everal more of them are mile that ha ever been trotted over the down ick and will probably dip. The pie unoki-houold Fleetwood trick, going to the quarter had been made and placed in the to cool before dinner. There bad in Jlj, reaching the hlf in Y0i, and finiehing in beautiful atylo in 2:13. The been ome "Itough on Rat" put in the truck i cgncedid to be about two eecond emoke bnue to kill rat, and it is supposed alower than the Kocheeter, Buffalo, or that the rat carried the poison to the pie, o that when it whs eaten there wiaeoouzh Hartford track.-N- ew YoikSun of 21. poifon lo make all who partook f it very South-Ben- d Wheat harreet i now progrewing in earcet and a Gee return i rewarding the eick and the mother of the family to die, as farmer' labor. The crop ia fully up to, if above tated. Thi happened several days Judging ago and it is rumored in town thi morning not greater than the average. from the fact that no buyer ha appeared that three of the children have died, but this report i not generally accredited. in thi aection thi peaeon, ome farmer 0. 1 ,.r se ZE3I.O. ZEtTTIRIliIE-S- -. I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring- and Summer, comprising' the best in the market', which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or coun-trGive me a trial. H. C. Rupley - 3 y. RIGHT -- k CURRAN. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - GROCERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, INCLUDING THE Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR and Hamilton Plows, Solo Agents for Furst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning Plows, IKVf inVKRTiSEi:.TN. KUFFAJLiO irXIMiS Will only do cuilom frimllDKooTuetxlajp.Thuri-djand of eucb iek. fv-'uF.. FAHIllH. i i J. Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; facilities; ALiL, n 1IALE:SWELL. JlaTlriK leMil tlili JeJirMe resort ami thoroughly retioentrd It. I am now rt pared lo accommodate the public at the following rate: I 7 (0 lto.rland IcdglDg, per ireek 1 00 t'ei lar 20 imm! lVr Colli,; of J rooiui ami 10 k r."ai, per week . 10 10 " 0i roou S 00 tfmlc room, per wrek 1 Also Agents tor Walter A. Wood Harvest! m; ix-hi- ft AT BED ROCK PRICES. 'CJMMHMHnMiMI Yu8 fr who I'tirnUh tlelr own rooms and 5 CO t the Itoul, per week No two fomtliei can occupy the imo rottase contract Social without flrt uiakiui! a rilM iocIuIh. No pcrc.ns allowed to lake water Ma-M- s od in jugi unless lie l or lias been a bomler and areonimodat'on for horc. Arcointuoda-llon- ii ll time. futulibed from iho train fnmiliti twirl rei! V. WHEN Of any of the goods named below you should by all means buy them of 201-- tf It. EXGl.EJIAX. TO Klil m. 3 CONTRACTORS ! 1 m ii i received t the otlicf rroixHuU mill t of Juitpe K. w. ItrnwD. Etinlonl. unit t th office II. H. Ilronaucb, Crib Orchtrd, until of Juitlre r. e, SATURDAY, JUNE28,'84 forth Near I'mti 1..M Dot POOR-HOUSE, 8 H00MS AT THE --r iti-lU- - cifkatlon Orchard. I atu and chii tifteu at either of itio alwvo dihiikI cilices. l to furnU'i a.l ihe material and complete the work hi Oil. M IK)'. Moner will I'rtTlleijf to rejirt a'.l . I paid a work H'tvam to le olHBe.1 at the oflilda recred. froio-al- i fice of Judge Brown. P. It ('AM'KKTRR, iik". v liKKinr, h. W. Known, fuiuiiilttce It U. llsilNAVflll, T. R. WALTON, Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to oe TREATED FAIRLY & SQIIIUIELYt 8S-- c: DANVILLE pinn-cu-tin- PLANING MILL Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, COMPANY Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Rope, CanDoorn, Nash, lMtud, lVlmlow ned Goods, and Fancy Groceries iiud Door FrnincH, HoltV generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Iukh, Scroll Saw Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Vorlc,Tnrn- Manufacturers of liiK Work, cllliip,Wentli- I)rctHed IiUiuber And other Floorlug, t'rbourtlliirj, d Building IVIateri&l Alto Dialers In lt min-Jeter- n Funning D.i.XVXLLR JLiiiiaber ! Call en us or writ for prices. We keep alaxjs tck and will do our best to please juu in prlc acd qutlitj ot material. J'LASi.Xtl DauTllR Kjr. SllLL CO ed. Fruits, &c., andJalJ at Very Low Peices. Country Produce Want- 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, y. I'UOrtSSlOSAL Bill io Abolish Newspaper Fostage. The Moon Inhabited. Representative A bill Introduced by At the astronomical observatory of BerSAM U. aURDBTT. A towfjrtn'ilc, ( J. W. BI8ITN. dwelling al It chiuond lin, says a translation from Nya Pressen Henley to encourage education in the Junction, ni.h about nn sere of ground I or terms DCJKDETT & DROWN, ration or address discovery has lately been States and Territories, provides that nil Helsinafor. a l-lt .7. Vltlt.IVS.Ult' ford Jane 24. 1884 made which without doubt, will cause the newspapers hereafter published in the sev- ATrOUNBV'iH ATIICVW. Stanford, Ky., ISMyr MT. VEtlNON, KY. greatest sensation, not only among the eral Slates and Territories, fn any language ALEX. ANDKItaON, fSuiSmLFAWASHVIUErmTJ adepts In science, but even among the most whatsoever, shall be carried free of postage, 7Xe Brown Shne Quarries of Connecticut. 3L.A.AV, learned. Professor Blendmann, in that through the mails, within the limits of the I am In receipt of the hsnds.iiuesl and mot com ' Probably the tuoM oxtermive quarrie of DANVILLE, KY., plete. Hue or cltr. ha finnil. bevond a doubt, that our United 8tatcs and the Territories. Will practice In the Courts of Boyl and adjoining nil free stone or "brown Atone" in the I publishers need and counties and In the Court of Appeals- old friend, the moon, is not a mere lantern What newspaper SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY rorld are on the Connecticut river at Mid- which kindly furnishes light fur the loving what they want i not no much free mailI baie ever handled, to wnirh I Invite jour attenJ. n. FI8H. dleton and Portland, on opposite eide of tion. Hariri taken unmuil tare In Iti se!e Hon, youth and gas companies of our planet, but ing, but ellicienl and proper hnndllng of A.t Juuw. b river, fifteen tuilea below Hartford, the I am sure, that an xatulnttlon will prove mutual-lAnd Master Commissioner Kockcastle Circuit Cour, their papers. MT. VKIINON, KY. ndvaulageoiH. Olvp mo ncall capital of the State. The Portland quarried the abode of living, intelligent being, for Will .HISS llltl.l.E liiailES. The'fact is, tint newspapers are not tions a practice In the Kockcaslto Courti. CollecipecUlty. Office In (13J 2IMf side of the river have been most which lie is prepared to furnish proofs most nuntor.1, Ky. on the east handled as carefully and expeditiously in extensively worked and the place givei a convincing. IiEB P. HUFFMAN, TfaJ Mart. Ml'ltlt AT'.N . KOI I'll', By accident Dr. Blendmann found that the mails as they should be, and we feel we local name to the stone as "Portland Atone." are safe in saying that at least one paper in HTANFOKD, KY. Hartford Daily the observations of the moon give but very I lie (rent English llemedj, A recent article in the aide every twenty does not reach its destination Office MHouthHotel; Main Street, two doors abort the Ten array of facts concerning unsatisfactory results, owing to the intensi --TiVi gtvei an Is a p.iltlT rure for Wrtk Memoty the light power of the moon's atmos- and the unfortunate publisher who has Pure Nitrous Oxide Oai administered when rery, Uim of Drain Puwer. Nrrrous hiese celebrated quarries, some of which quired. hxhausllon, Sfuiltut Weaknns. done his ben to t)t bis paper to all his sub phere, which is so strong that it effects the Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled are quoted in this article. It appear) from ImH)tcncy. and (lenrral Lom of Dn. W. B. FENNY, scribers promptly, is daily in receipt of rowrr ol the (lnratlr Organs, historical evidence that thee correctness of the observations in a very undoubted ... n.l all .II.A.au .!( r..ll - . I) on tint. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE a ,, n p lull lunu- ua pv high degree. He then conceived the idea communications beginning with: "I haven't STANFORD, KENTUCKY. uiior lining, qurnre ol youthful linprud-n- c or quarries were worked in 1C15, 239 years rami Lot ;ivtLL to tiii years, such Tr4Marc, the matter," thi to make the object-glas- s of the refractor received my paper," "What's Office over Kotit. 8. Ly tie's itore. Office hour as rxreMnl matured ago, as there is an ordinance alluding to universal etc , and then ho must go to work and from 8 to VI A. w, and t to 3 p. M. Aneilbe tlci ad lack, rlmn-- Uwlttida, l'aln la the of Vision, brown less sensitive to the rays of light, and for .l ministered in nfMrr. Ibexu at that time. The deposit of Old AKe.andmsnr otter dls. that purpose he darkened it with the smoke miil his pap.r to those partio over again, aand stone at Portland covers an area of 200 ea.tliatlAlt Insanity or Consumption InallctsMof This loss 'OILMAN CARS tire percent, in mining paIt of camphor. It took months of experi- pers, and ofpayment of postage on the acres and is practically inexhaustible. Wcaknrwsthe Hpeclnc acts like a Mill Keek, MoDtfomsry. Atlanta. tUveaaah. the chtrm, rrtorln loMor fading viz menting before he succeeded in finding his Jackionvllla, Mobile, and New Urlvana. lira in horizontal strata, usually with each or, glvlnt to the nya a brilliant right degree of obicuritr of the glass, and missing and on duplicate copies, tho pubami sparkling twauty, lo the cheek, tratutn in the upper levels varying a trifle I will deliver Ice to regular cuitouieri every mornBEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA in rosy Uooom of health. lisher would greatly pro for to pay to tho AftarTaklaa-- , ing at from the other in fineness of (he sand. Oc- when finally lound he then, with the refrac' srMurray'aHpeclnels aiM by all Druggists al In Palaje liars Without Chang tor took a very accurate photo of the Post Office Department, in addition to what ONE CENT pack.--- , or six psckan for IJ. AU by fl ivir casionally there is found an intermixture mall, pootKfro, on receipt of prlca is already paid, if it would, in the employ SHORT LINE TO THE Accounts due at the cloteol each month or when offine pebbles. Generally speaking, the moon surface. This he placed in a sun Kull particulars In pamphlet, which will b. rrosa Louisville la PataoeCara without change, ment of a larger force, do awav with the a customer quits. mailed free to evary appllcaut. Addreas all com- deposit is not unlike that of silt upon a microscope, which gave the picture a diziT-t- r niuaicauons io in me manuractur-r- s. it. k. it Ait loss and annoyances referred to. FMIfiRlsNTC tin ol homes on th iSeach. In one of the three quarries now ameter of 651 feet. The revelation was co., Jtunii.t v jthtm-ixIO LllllUlinil ,gw .3'lne this road will All mail matter should be handled with Ksnsisnty, Mo. most startling. It perfectly overturned all pctiHi raies. worked, several acres have been quarried Stanford by Ptnny A McAllster and all CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, S A.-ol Ihli t mp-for rates, routes scrupulous care, and a newspaper should Druggists everywhere Ac or writ, c. P. AIMOflf. 0, P. L t, A, toa depth of 200 feet below the surface. hitherto entertained ideal of the moon's Auriioa Pxraa A f., WboleiaU A tents. surface. Those level plains which were receive as prompt attention as a letter. Let ' UNDERTAKERS, CoulaWllo. Ky. As an experiment, come jearj ago, to de Louisville, Ky. a law for ICY-- . cide for business reasons theprobibledeptb formerly held to be oceans of water proved us, therelore, instead of having MoKINNEY, - - - would necol the eand stone, a diamond drill was start to be verdant fields, and what formerly was free newspaper delivery, which Are prepared to furnish Wool and MeUllc Burial essarily swell the mails from new mush Cases, t cd downward from the level. It considered to ba mountains, turned out as Urine and Hurlal Uobea of all kinds, resulting in even more The sire tt trotters, rosdilers, and more liner -was driven 312 feet, making 512 feet io all, deserts of sand and oceans of water. Towns room enterprises, EVEK IIEATK1V IX A TEST. and llnNf liy Kut.m hnM have the n. .t.- - ... and without reaching the bottom of the de- and habitations of all Linda were plainly careless handling than at present, Hon In Kentuckv. will imk the uu.r, nr mi ' Agents' Her! ! ! lour miles weet of rltentoid, illreclly on the Knob Fiv llundre.1 Dollars lu Gold at Ihe Cincinnati posit. A core that was taken out showed discernible, at well as signs of industry and reform referred to above Kipoeltion In IMI lb iilgheat award u I'l.r, nu swiii u penumeii lo Serve mar ald. glveu at the eitremely low nrlreof NO th -- a)n or 110 to an hiigtri Th highest avard al th ever itnern o material change in the character or traffic. The learned professor' study and Po IC. KINWAIKD a insure, i ariiDg wun me mar forfelis the In- Jutpo-'tloobservations of old Luna will be repeated ILisvnle. Ky in lsju, Lx Ihe but A candidate for reelection to the office quality of the rock. Feels erat anxlsty for the people of Stanford and surance. He Is an excellent breeder and a sure Traelloa and Itoed Kngln.' Partle desiring lo plrctei month. The sand stone," says Prof. Rice, of every full mo3n when the sky is clear, and of coronor said: "My fellow citizens, point Lincoln county and promises to do the fair thing foal getter. (Irasa furnished at t. pr swear. bur Lnglu4. Hensralora and Haw Hills " i'"vui arciuenia or .. mrm u iner win insure wttn aim in ' ' ' . ... ..u Or 110CKKR i ANDKKJON, ' - - HlMrtt .tj aa.w.a.lk.1. nuuij Jliddletown,"waa deposited in a long, nar- we venture to predict that the time is not out the time when I have failed to cheer lorThe London A Lancashire Insuranceelinr r of Kilt l.V".la ii.Nnuir .. (I eny occur Co., .M-l.nu I'amoaaa.-Nuli- br Is a leit Pi tut Main hi Lc ,wi;i, Ky row estuary, extending from New Haven fir off when we shall know more about the fully sit on a corpse. You can't do it. Llrerpool, whose avwts are tJ.269,000, or The Royal, ol LWcrpl,atsla I.'S.WT.ITI, or black, with small starand two white feet. 14 hands 1 Inch high, floe man in the mom than we do about En- When I shot the county judge didn't I tell ' r Hsug and rrreive" nisne and tall. a"sl lxor lej. A PRI7F xearly to the northern boundary of Maes&-dwellorer fS,- Th Lancashire, of Manchester, utlful bead and netk, .... aov'r box of kOods. wblch shoulder, bsrk OOO.OuO.. glish politics. how he came to his death without summonana loin la act raultleu In avmni.i-- r -- n, i,i uvip an, oi eiiar MX. trt lufir. mnn.v I,r1.t No fossils have been tound H't ynmtit to jxty all lotiei from rfjy qaJjmlmnl guarantee there doesn't llv a stallion anything lu In this world Fortune iMMe.l of "V.'"."1 won-- T ing a jury and thereby stretching the inThe Bluegrass Country Not Bine, trunks of trees and tracks. The latter - iu- a better dlsnosltlon, and thevi qualltle he almost nxf vltl not;iik te uiuoi(r(y(60) ifayi Hm. aiM.iiui.lv sur At one al- Invariable Imparts to his priyeny Asanevldsuc of the count? Was not this drrTaf AC) Augu, Maine The term Bluegrass region of Kentucky debtedness are probibly not tracks of birds, but of rep Write to blm or call on him at Lancaster, Ky. that be will produce very list hour, when crowed I ask you, fathers and broth-er- a on good mare Is th lact that sou of his very tiles and amphibia." The latter opinion is quite extensive in its application, but in speediest colls bav nothing but a Hlr Wallace dsm yeomen of a stubborn soil wasn't this will be noted is directly contrary lo tho its popuUr sense it applies only to the re it to recommend them This of Itsell Is conclusive I have been proof that the speed couiMfrum tbe sir. Coins of 3opular belief in tho "bird tracks," for markable body of land in the center of the an act of financial patriotism? the lin.l ha.. - .,. ursMims alt.,lull.l..l.l male. In Ihe jonnMfl nm.l.i- mm, which Ihe Portland quarries are widely State, which comprises six or eight coun so careful not to be of expense to the coun ir Ai.x .imvi,.i'j inuit ui pouuj ... I nSU jg-- Sl i.a.c ujuuirj rolls & Idowd. The eand stone lies in horizontal ties surrounding Lexington The favored ty that, on one occasion, when I saw a man and they are all last ' Mr Wm. tKId Mr I'untnm Ixller roaditers nn. iii. usually, and every few feet there is district, which scientific authority has styl- floating down the river I let him float on Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, Illtiahandlinc live." trotting strata, that Is Xi ' his mil down and land in the next county. Was Ind .dealers In Stelnway A Soos'. Decker linn.', and stys "no better closs of horses esn b In I ' i a. well defined horizontal crack. On lifting ed "the heart of the United Stales," is unfouD.I Haines', J. A C Klscber. Vote A bom', Baldwin A jir. r u. .une ssys no rosl l. to long lor any not this devotion to the poople? I want Co. 'a Cottage, Upright and (Square Piano Fortes; of them.aad every on a aeller." Warren Rusmi's a. ilil section of stone, the tracks are found derlaid by a disconiposable limestone.which THK O.V.1 LINE P.t'.V.S'I.Vi and Hamilton Organs. on the surface o( the Ptone beneath, with imparts to the soil an unsurpassed fertility this office again, fellow citizens, not be- also the Csley, ldtjbonln,er and terms tu suit pur Fair. at prices Instruments CleveHnd. Ohio, f.,r H.ons) If I'lllaCG but be- chasers. Ion't give your orders till you get ot could irlvenuuber.nf lll...nn,.l. trn... nereesary ' A II 1 1 corresponding projections of the upper and gives to our grass, known to botanist as cause it is particularly hilarious, ,h. anO terms. AND SOLID TRAINS horsamenof our rcuntry commecdlog Nobby lo is considerable quaint humor prices ttone fitting into them. Professor Dana, in Pot Prettntis, a rich and permanent luxu cause there Ihe fivorsble consideration of alt lovers of go.t I I DIIIClll I C RHIHARn horses, but wi UUIO V ILLC TO t th above sulllre. Lsamlne that model text book, "The Geological riance which it attains nowhere else. Hence and dry fun in the position. Gentlemen, I the horse, and If you ardlsp,ed to give him your I Btory Briefly Told," coincides with Profess-o- r the term "The Bluegrssi region," a syno- would rather sit on a corpse than in an uppatronage I wiiguarsntewvalu. received far your, t Kc. I money Nobby Is by Garrard Chief, he by Mem- - Lim'.11, KnT, VrVfT" '" Rice that the tracks are those of reptiles nym for the acme of fertility of a district holstered chiir I am devoted to the cause by Membrlno Psymasler. he by "' "''". Zl . h evening tram of ,0In.Loolsvlll. La ll.r-.r- .l Munaa bvlmn. and there m not a man within hearing of and amphibia. TLe late Edward Hitch- which also bears the proud distinction, 'the tarujf h to dam, Itolll. IHxon. by Krank'g dim by Ar.lus, I ""t- - al g, g daruWy Hsmblelonlan.f I (.reeriCil'tlf. cock, father of the present State Geologist, garden spot of the world' But why is our my voice, no matter how much opposed he . g, dsm by Cranrnril.rllU I mele, a thoroughbred mar former-- d of New Hampshire, and a famous writer on grass called ''blue" when it never is blue, is mav be to me, whoe bsdy I would not ait and C'hlciiro nlthont chaniri?. ly by 11. K Itoblosoo, of Usrrard eunle. iWMm TIME TABLE. geological topics, was the first to assign to one of the unsolved problems. It is al- on with the greatest pleasure and child- E. H. BURNSIDE, it. II. VIIOW. Val-it- j ways green, like forgiveness of past differences. I will arAllONa. these fossil tracks in the Connecticut lally. Dally. except when in blooni.when the Well - Known sand stones their true significance in ge- beads have a browish purple tint. Perhaps make a broaJer assertion, I would cheer- This Old Lv. IUlsVlll4. .. 1 i I p a 14 a m AND OHIO Hotol Maintains its Arr lireeorasUa. III I Ui . 01 pus ology. His views were received with in however, the term "bluegrafw" is meant for fully, yea, mirthfully, sit on the corpe of Crawfonlsvllle High Kills 4 1. pin exciting race. It is Lf.y.lt... credulity at first, but have since been an abbreviation of the limestone soil. Prop- my opponent in this 1 M am 7 99b lBU AND adopted by the eclentific world. agated without cultivation it comes up unnecessary for me to remark that I am no Th.moetdirettrout A. With till If nm lhinj.r.1 Easti . to all point. In Witintn. Mma-.il- .. Traveler. The stone is removed by blasting and by thick and juicy early in the spring, ripens summer coon " Arkan-xIti Proprietor it Determined that -- roa ebrask,Ac Kor lurthnr luforuation. addrvM drilling and splitting. The blwt is gener- in June, renews its growth in autumn, and it Shall be 8econd to no Country "Forever and Ever." MUailAV KELLE!t.u P Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. la ally of powder in a single hole from Hotel in the State in iti Fare, to retaining it verdure in epite of snow ard Uulsvllla. Ky Words that may be spoken by a child , Appointment-- or AttenfO pounds of powder in a nine-inc- h bole, ice, furnishes abundant' and unequaled .but the full import of which can be underThe only line runcing tion to Comfort of 35 or 20 feet deep. The object of this is to uaeturage during the entire winter. It is stood by neither men nor angels. Could their Oneiti. l PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING- CAE8 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. shatter the rock, so that it may be easily believed to be indigenous. we stand upon the seashore, and count its Woken into rubble for foundations. When sands, and number the drops of the ocean, ItagKage will b conveyed to and from t he si A Dog That Does a Cute Trick. "illtieUrasm Kloute.M free of charge. Special acroasasodatl aas Barga and regular blocks are required, a Passengers on the afternoon "scoot" train we ahould fail to number the years of to Commercial Travelers. The liar will duseled cut is made oce or two inches .always & piled with th choicest rioai irom Hpringueld may daily witness in eternity. Millions of ages crowding on braadaorLlqiorsaad Clean. wide and of varying depth, into which would be aa a brief day Wcstfield an instance of canine intelligence millions of ages LenlHTillcCInclnnHtl and Lei-lugts- a, raavs wedges are driven with sledges and the Ky., that is worthy to go on record. Soon after compared with "forever and ever." Mocks elide oS at the interception of a hor-intCentral Kentncky to All Pointa You are on your way lo eternity. Are the train passes the trap-rec- k quarry on North, Ea.t.We.t & Southwest. College. team. Flood, the California mil- the outaide how will of the track, used by eastward you prepared for ii? Where lionaire, hss given the Middlesex Quarry bound Connecting In same depot with fait trains lor Past Lin. IMween you be Raved, and fortrains, a dog can be seen racing you spend it? Will STANFORD. KY. Company an order for the stone for a giand ever in heaven; or lost and miserable foralong with the cars until a paper is thrown . mansion he is going to erect in Sen Fran-ti- l oil by the baggage master. The dog in- ever and ever in hell? Schedule la Effect June? With a Full Corps of Teachers, Jl. to. It calls for 40,000 cubic feet of beat stantly seizes it and You, perhaps, hope to go to heaven; but after giving a bark of The Direct Lvnchburff Dan for monuments. quality, such as is "VTT TSo. U 1. confidence arise? There This Institution will open Us Flf.eenth geaslon acknowledgement, trots down an embank-binkme- whence does your ville, Nor; .Dally Dally This will make 25 schooner leads It is ontheJd Monday In Heptember next. Daily ,x. aun Ei bun. . AND to the house of its owner not far is only one way of securing a blessed etershipped to Newark, N J , there dressed, away. " Pardon, peace, All Virginia and North Carolina Lve, Covington a p d Ml a m 2 00pm I be sagacious animal h apparently nity. "ChriBt died for us " Palmouth ALL THE BEANCHE8 OP A SS p m 9 At e m taxed and sent to New York, lo be ship- of Newfoundland and St. Pointa. .. . . " Cyntblana. 10 in pm II Cfia ru 5 3 pin Barnard breed and eternal life come through him alone. ror ncaets anJ lurtber Information, apply to Arr. Paris.". 4 44 pm ped for a four months' voyage around Cape and for , 40 p m . a m A 17 pm nn him nil nil not nerlah. three or four years has acted as "TT thiil holia-rwl" Ieiiagia THOBOUGHENGLISHCOUaSE TAIIP nMa tlik.i tl 16 pm 12 pm fc in pir bkso, w. t;. Horn. The freight is $7 per ton and Mr. news Lve Lex. CAU Ky, AdvtrllslBg Agt . carrier in the way described. Every but shall have everlasting life." HHpm Ticket snd Pis-- . Am., Art taught, as walla I ii p m' Jlood pays therefore $28,000 extra over day, except Sunday, summer and 340 W Hnlss Nt Uulsvllle.Ky Arr Winchester If you look to Jesus Christ in faith, rewinter, Lve, Paris ' K"1'". ;10 l) p m 2 i p m, i . pm w. rvLi.r.u, the cost of putting up a similar building in he goes to his post on the yielding to him MUBIC. THE LANODAOE8. DBAW. Arr. Winchester 111 H v m 2 aa p m o Oen'l Msnager, track at about penting of your sins and (len'l Pau'r Ag'l. 00 pm 3Jew York. It is estimated that the bill Lve, Winchester INO AND PAINTING. nicnmnnii, Virginia 11 SO DM 3 On p the time the train is due and there await the service of your life, you shall spend n tu Arr. P.lchtuoad lor stone, when set in the walN of the resi- the li M in 10 P w iConu, 7 It ii ui throwing of the paper. It is slid that happy eternity; if you live and die without -I- .CAUN TItUTH ABOIT TH- Etr., m dence, will amount to $200,000, but this is aiwUnl he not only knows the hour when the train him, you tnuU he lot forever and ever. 8M, 01 a aiaall amount for the mere ahell of the should TbT "So ii In Tuition, prices come alonj-- , but that on one day in Miss EIU Pratt, a highly accomplished, regular Departments. range from 925 to 1J0 In th & MISSISSIPPI B. IV. Koiru-Bu- i xe home as the total cost will be nearly Primary, tii; Intermediate Dally l..ijiy FxDili) seven there is no need of his services. ApEx Sun kij. talented and elitical young lady, Madison 30; Preparatojy, 0, and Collegiate, 140. parently the dog has also Ieirned to know ville's most beiuliful, bswifhing, enterLve. itowUn.i a no a m ror V K s in, The Man and Brother Only Li!ie0UB.T.Ml,WlbB; " Linrasler the whistle of his train from that of any taining, fascinating, lovely Hnd charming MIIN.full p.rtlculars, as to Board. Ac., address " Klchuoad A l rt H. V. TlttlKllllAHT, P M Ii a 0 I'rlMdpnl. wnicn rrom the line or the flnclnnstl The negro in Kentucky, notwithstanding other, for if in the road or yard when the " Wlnehesier 1 pm u tl a m 7 ()0 a Msnford. Lincoln Co., Ky. a Southern P.allway hava . belle, is honoring our cltv with ber angelic 4) tins I Inns Trail . fs--r the slavery clause in the constitution, has wLiKtle is sounded a half a mile down the u.lty In Ciiirliniiitl-l-.- tb 1. H p ii rosds enter the same Arr. presence, visiting her friead, Miss Lulu Lve IIIOgtOB tiepot-t- lie 00 p lu i M p m 7 . a Urand rvnt.al (.1 huilou. I he so reason to complain of the status a fix-e- n track, he rushei for his station. ' p m 2 I' statement by rival lines that there Is an omnibus Arr Paris Boston Baker. We welcome her mot heartily I'm is I" a in transfer In Cine utiatl, Iwtween tho Cincinnati Lve by the laws and constitution of the Slate. Journal. In Chester CARTER'S M iu a Hlf ml II 0J p ui 1 a in and trust her etay with us miy ba pleasant. Houlhern Ify and Ohio A IPy. Is a Arr Paris.. I" p n p Thete is no longer any distinction us to "1 m misrepri'senlatlun. I.VH Where Did Life Begin? Paris. .110 p m1 1 1.1 it n H Dawson Kipplings. In Tiip.uuoii Arr Cynttuaua.. Tli( me or color in the common echool laws, In a recent letter, Dr. P. II Carpenter, Iiinol.u"Dln IWpu W p ui 4U aa ni 1J,,,l'TP.AI.VSt.tween Cin Falmouth 1 l P ID J V ,1 , 'What is a wink?" asked the teacher. "It , cinnati an Jilt. Louis without transler furpssien-Kir- s Mcept that separate fchools must be main- of Eton College, mentioned the case .rtnjlon 0 p m ,1 J p I" II W a of is the thing you season your Hoda water iii ml baggi.- at Intermediate lulnts Ilr any tained. Thin year the colore 1 people will Greenland as an illustration of the oiuer rouie via Cincinnati you have a midnight manner with," replied the new boy, who was as .M A Y.N VI I.I. E Dlt.V.M II, rhana of cars. he allowed to elect district trustee-- ) of their in which the earth's history is read from Dally n running 'I'lin . Ilii lir T.i ii i, eveulug trains to K. No Ai own number. The h K.i It Legislature made fossils, those remains of bygone life which smart as he wan annoying. But the teacher . . . NoaTII-Doitfsi. .? J it Sunday D.IIy n i ,i .. .,. n. leavinz i ni inniii i 7 n Dally not uiis. marked him away down and pretendii provisions fur the Hccooimudjiioo of blind in the middle ages were regarded eengers fniu the oi,ili tailing ii. i.imied with the Ex. r ai Vports to hear him. tlrst trim, ran i ki Uidmc ni.vtbuh nuatecon-jiectloand deaf and dumb negroei, tijuil to that of nature." with all miming trains from Hi. Louis to Lve CuTluglua.. 0U " Ixlugtoa ' ' a in' 7 SS- , in 2 3o ip m a the est and Northwest 4 furnished to unfartunite white people. Fossils of four climate., all warmer than Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ' Paris in 7 4 a tu " ' I in IH Till. OlIsV JjIIUJgt. Uula uuder one Arr Millerslur; .. . . S IU a hi b 441 a iu . 47 m Tho belt Salve In the world for Cuts, Brulics, With the right to vote, hold ofHces.serve as the present icy one, are found in that coun-trBIck ricadaeho and rcllcre all tho tronblci InciVflllJ Inr.llin 'efeeiiCliitlnnsll.t " Tarllsln. Telter, management, and i SO a ni a, oo a m H U7 p in a bilioua etato of tho eyatcm, audi as the only jurors, manage their own fchools and to be " Remain of the oak and maple tell 8ore, Ulcsrs, Halt Rheum, Ferer Borea, all Skin dent to Isan-ei a 17 i m' ... a.. a,,a,mu,cv consequence I isTip. .laaj Hue " Johnson m Drowjlnrss, Dlstrtss after ratine. 00 p ni Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Coma, and I'UU Ul UOU I May.vlll 1 01 a m io lo u in Pnln In tho Side, Ac. Wbllo their most rcinark-bi- o Four Solid Dally Trains Clrclnnall to t. admitted to all the'public charitable instl. us that the climate was cne very similar Eruption and poiltlrely euros Tllea, or no pay reJJJIUI Louis success baa been shown la caring ar in i.ji-rKuns Thiougb. Park'o .1J tntlons, tho colored man and brother in to that of England and Ihe coal quired. Is Is guaranteed to give perfeit lutliCic-tlo- n lor Cau urn mwiuim Trains. 1'alaie Itun on Day undsy 'Dally or uoney relundnl. I'rlc? 25 cents per bor. Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. Kentucky has all the encouragement whirl) found lower down shows that something No ooly. Ex dun Bs change of Cars lot any data ol For sale by lVnoy A McAlUler. the State cau give him (o become a useful approaching tropical heat prevailed at an Lve Msysvllie passengers. livery passenger 13 p tu 3 41a m.12 0 pm " Johnson basasoallna Through Car All I S7 p ni C 30a Thousands Say So. and prosperous citizen. It may bo added earlier period up,,, nfadlir;jrtCartcr'BLIttloLlTcrrUUroeanally " Carlisle pissengers are carried on Kipresi i 4) p m I a ml2 .Sp,u in, t Jfr.T. W. Atltins, (llrard, Kansas, wrltea, "I valuablo In Constipation, curing snd preventing; Tralus' ThoMhortest and Quickest Line The fossils ol certain sea creatures apthat no whero in the State will the white Mlltersburg 3 01 p ui 41 a m, l 17 pm complaint, your Electric Hit ten this 3 V p to e 10 ii idri.. r..:"''. also correct from Cincinnati to bt. Louis' No omnibus III a 10 II IN i my moiaacn, jopulation be found to interfere with hi) pear on the land, and prove that Green- never hesitate to rocoinmenientiro satisfaction and .ii .ii..-.,:- :. llvir " Lexington. to uiy customers, they giro ua rigulato tho bowels, Eriniiimuiaio inacartd. transfer In Cincinnati lor passengers Irom CS.it. R. P w 9 10 a in fi 00 p ui J If they only " Cirlngton Louisville Com land once lay beneath the sea and that its are rapid sellers. K'wtrlc Hitters are the purest 08 p m 111 SOa Li 3 33 eflbrh in this direction. ii m Wr-- ct mercial. t water was temperate, rv.?!m.oulll 'Voiimodatlon-N- o. lO.daTlT. ..... white the coral oh- - and best medicine known and will poiltlrely cure sw 111 A rural debating society recently discus - lamed atill lower down must have grown Kidney and Llrer Complaints, purify tho blood Vo '8nf Iii V r' WlV ?rrlTe Ktutn 7 W 2 JSolirt Trniiisfci?,.1 and regulate the bowels. No family can afford to Acho td the question, "What is (he greatest wlien the waters were still warmer. they ironld to thoae who St. Ixiuls In 10 hours.wltb throJgh Day and Slecn-In- g w a,rrlv.e ' 'nrou?hr 0 40 be without them, Tboy will sare hundreds of BuiKrXrom this distressing; complaint; l?"n ars. a m' No, SI, Sunday mystery in the world?" We euspect the .. A new postal note has been iesued by the dollars In doctors' bills ercry year. Sold at 50 cU. ,'r'i'1eIneD,, contrary to the above are de- arrive Cnvlngfon on3 ly, r.ilearn Falmouth p. Lexington who onco try them will find thcae little pills valuliberate misrepresentations, and persons making No. 3.'. conclusion reached was "Hash;" but all the Pui 7' dal yexoent-lunday- , unice iJepartment at Washington, to a bottle by I'ennyA McAllster. able In eo many way tbatthcy tvlllnot be wUllas them are unworthy the confidence of tbe publlo; m., arr vt- - Lexina iosi "..J' i t,i '.V. not only In theso, but la other nutters. to do without them. OJut after all sick head ame the greatest mystery in the world is take the place of the one first issued. A Walking Skeleton. '"'VpV.VrTvVar. It C.eS,,!Upnmar ,MM why a poor man with six small children differs from the old Mr. E. Bprluger, of Mechanlcsburg, Pa,, writes, one in that there are Nole to Pasiengeri South orU'lncheiUr- Do Not be DeceiYf.fl will keep three dogs. t,.i coupons and stripes on the left for the dol "I was afflicted with lung forer and abscess on slppl Hallway guarantees the correctnes of It. statements and every promise made the public. ana "We are told that Hon. W. II. Holt, of law, the dime and cent column remaining lungs, and reduced to a walking tktttton. Got a lxlnitun J the tana of eo many llye that here Is her we will ba carried out to tbe letter. free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dlscorery for Fast Llne-N- os. .1 anil J run - tl.i i make our great bout. Our pUbs euro It whilo For lull and reliable infgrmatlon In regard to Alt. Sterling, will not make the race against as formerly. The face of the note is some-whConsumption, which did me eo much good that I Others do Hot. Land, Ac, In tbe Western Males, JIapi, Guides Judge Rtddell. He baa been defeated once different and instead of making fig bought a dollar bottle After using three bottles I carter's Llttlo Xlvcr Puis are rcry email and and lowest special rate for Ticket and Household Yery Ono or for Appellate Judge ani he does not care urea for them, dollars and cents are now tound myself once more a man, completely restored Theyeasy to take, vcectablotwo pills make a doan Goods to all points West call on or address are strictly and to health, with a hearty appetite and again In purge, but by their gintlo action tlo sot grips or destination reache.1 b, , ,, ??,?f7 euecltw w nr please all who Paaaenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Hallway, lor a second bout with a certainty of defeat written out in full. On the lower right fltsh 48 pounds." Call at Penny A McAllster'a usothem. 8.I-- 0. MOIWE, W. If, WHITTt fhpv of in Vials at US cents) tWoorfl. Sold in the face. waring him by crugsUts everywhere, or sent by mall. Flemmingsburg hand corner is a star, which is nimrho.! Drug Store and get a Iree trial bottle of this cerW. W. PEABODY. W. I.U8IIATrtjl, Pres't and Oen'l Man'gr, Oen'J Pass. Agt, CAHTJ.il MEDICINE C0.,Ncir York. J when, the note iapiid. W. SMITH tain cure for all Lung Diseases. Large bottles 91 if ,.. J?1V.n'JJ. Ky. Clnrlnuatl, Ohio. -l- IF'CXFL Q.A.XVE5! J0. TO THE LADIES I Through Trunk Line Attorney y Court-hous- e. HUKGEON UHNTIHT, nJmE- -PU..-iiii- Ht. M 1114-trr- 1CE1 ICE!! ICE!!! K-- mm SOUTH & WEST '...;,' PER POUND. nun. f -lyr EilT a... -.- ot -W- 200-foo- NOBBY! m Peerless Traction Engine. U3-3- Fire Fire Fire atu n. v- -- -- , ei-llt- nt rd ex-ct- pt -- "W.vt:rs "XOIVOIV KOUTJE.' coldest-bloode- d I. II. Baldwin A Co., (I3.'-6ui- sJ Louisville, New Albany vnicago wauway. l. ""'" (llM! MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. 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