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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884070101 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. Hem! ffetkhi littefio VOLUME XIII. e mt-SSltc- lonftmL NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY What We Are Coming To? 1, 1884. 263. The people nre urowlnz restive. They are tired of olnj to the trouble and petite ol trying find confiding elone only W. P. WALTON. ')iave thetn turned loose ''on a technical iij." . Thtr are beKinnins lu feel somewhat 1'ubllnheil TiichiIiivh itil I'rliluu, (fclinlcul themselves, and one can hear all from the lip ol nobar, MhhI rilacieet, re ( 83. l131t ANIVX'M. uponible citizens word commendatory of a When paid trlctly In alsance. II we hase to rcort to the technicality couipoaeil of ron wilt any time, S3, no will I chawd. jolninK a strong liiub, a atout cord and a Judge Lynch's decisions I worthier neck. JUDGE M. J. DURHAM larenerer rererved. IIU jurors do their laCaaJIJals for )tijrM In the tth District work too wsll for unraveling. When he auhjact to the wilt of lb. Ptmocucy. han d!rHved of a cut it ii eafe to nwert that the defendant will never ot!Vml aeain. Merit , llii law embracefi but one utatute: "Who Ii a CenOliUte for C tnreM In iho hightti Di.trlet, . aocTe r iihtddelh manV bliKid by mm shall ,,, a ublect to lb will ol the Democracy, bar- hi blood he ahed." confer ring the abruptnts of 1 1 JceedioKS, and i?KIL.l.N the abornce of euch formalities aa warrants, writ, ptntU.aheriO'K, tipstafls, etc., there it Will only Io cnetniu nrlnJInroii TutwIijf.Tban k data and Haturdara of nch aotnethicg fascinating about the proceed 2Mlni J. ;. VAKMN. inja in hU court, while the celerity and certiinty with which it decree are ezecu ted are calculated to inapire the people HTOOK I with confidence. It will not do for thoae COMMISSION MERCHANT! in HUtbority to longer Ignore the fact that Judge Ljrjch and LU reliable method are twins,-- rapidly grossing in the popular favor, and OHIO, j but very few more deciaiona like that CINCINNATI, - - hich turned Cope Soapp loose and MTed OKFFICK IN11IIEKP PKN." Crittenden from the penitentiary l young ... livvBttzifriMVrrrhanta National Hank nf Cln. I w11 National Ben of Ooslnitoo, or P" O'O t0P Much a we tlnnatl. TMiri deprecate mob violeuce much a we deinr ot&crrof Ikmne muntr. Kr Utile H.leeinen, plore lynch law yet, unless there ia a ,f u,Ml,;ro.v K (lltKKNl lIcvMalnrean-- H radical change pretty soon in the method M. CONNER. bp Halcmaii-- W of the Court of Appiali, we, in commcn with the great rum of citizen who are of laSCAHTtH ADTkHTISEHi.MR. our way of thinking, will be forced to invite and welcome Judge Lynch a a deB. WALTKH liverer from the murderers and assassin IN 'V 1 S X J3 L't that find in the appellate court .1 camp of LANCAHTKll, KY. f Urrckeoridce Offlroover CHlatna National Bank. Offlcahouri refuue and a citv of Mfetv. .. from g to 13 a. m. and frvm I to 5 r. u. Nawi I j How Circus LemonaJois Made. A Kiss in Couit. Signalling that it waa all right, the cirWhen John McElwee a sentimental youth cus man lifted up the thp of the tent for of twenty summers, was arrangned on a the reporter to enter, and quickly followed chance of striking his sweetheart Maggie him inidc. Andrews u pert and pretty miss of nineteen, "This," he said, "is where the circus he wiped his moist eyes with his coat as lemonade ii made, arid," glancing nt his he said: "You see, Judge, me and Maggie watch, "if you wait a few moments you has been keeping company for bo mo time, will see it done." and I'm so fond of her that I don't like In the center of the tent stood a large to see her at all free with other young box, and on one side two barrel shaped fellows. Last Saturday we took a walk tanks each with a spigote were placed on on Grand street, and Maggie giggled and strong rests somewhat similar to a flirted so with every fellow we passed that I In u short time three men entered, couldn't stand it. The more I growled and one of them proceeded to unlock the about it, the more she laughed at me, and box, the side of which at once fell apart, at last t got excited and just hit her on the disclosing a very compact and solid look- face with my open hand, She fell otT tbe ing engine, the steam for which was con chair somehow, and her head came in ducted through a pipe leading to one of contact with a chair rung somehow. the boilers in the cooking tent, while the That's how it happened, and I'm awful other two brought a large tub, which they sorry, sir, and I don't think Maggie will Although the weather ia hot and oppressive, our trade is continually oe. laid on the ground and nearly filled with press the charge against me." the increase. A great many predioted for m a short stay in Stanford, bfcHsv "Yes, 1 will, n said Maggie, whow pretfiltered water, drawn, from one of tbe tho contrary ne wiih to inform the people of Lincoln county that we arpe-manent- ly A steel lemon tqueezrr waa then ty blue eyes were also filled with tears, tanks. located here and intend to continue to attacneu to two iron amis 01 tbe engine, while an ugly bandage half hid her gold"I'm ready to forgive you, en tresses. and a very worn and dilapidated-lookinhalf of a lemon pltced in it, the tqueezer Johnnie, at the proper time, but I don't then being lowered into the tub. Steam think lean quite forgive you till I know waa turned on and the squeezer began its you've had something done to you for the work, the lemon emitting ihe most harrow- way vou treated me. I want to see some ing groans of agony from under the water thing done to him, Judge." such as can be found nowhere else. We don't have to give chromos to u "Very well then," said the obliging Mag as the pretsuro became more and more duce people to buy of us. Our success is solely attributed to the wowk--full- y severe. Gradually these doleful sounds istrate. "John, the offense you have comlow prices we mark on our goods. Not a day passes but what we-ar- e ceased, and the liquid assumed an amber mitted is a most unmanly and brutal one. asked how we can afford to sell goods at such prices. We answer fcbat-ou- r like hue, while a faint odorof lemons filled We send husbands who beat their wires to tbe penitentiary for three or six months, the air of the tent. buyer in New York is always on the alert hunting up bargains asd w "That'll do; take it out," said the engin- but I don't know what sentence could be give our customers the full advantage of them. Just eer, abutting off steam, and the dripping to severe for a young man who thrashes squeezer was withdrawn from the tub, the his sweetheart. She should feel thankful unhappy half lemon bring carefully dried that she found you out in time, and should in a clean cloth and placed in a small Iron while she was still free, sentence you to safe which was then locked. The liquid in banishment from her society forever, in the tub va then stirred vigorously with an nrilpr that the niiirht be in no future dan- hermetically sealed glasi bulb fastened to oar nt a rpnotitinn nf an cnwardlv an assaui the end of a stick and the bulb being filled upon her. The sentence of this court is -. . .'S""' a. M. BUtOITT. with the best white sugar. The man who that you be Imprisoned in the county jail r. utaal.it. Ju HUDUIiBA HUKDBTT, We draw all our President from two And as it waa a little late in the season, are-- days." """il stirred the mixture stopped at Intervals to for a term of twenty-nin- e lawyer and aoldiert. clacfe The ATra'ourvisvM Young McKlwee cast a despairing glance taate it, and, after remarking, "there, I LANCA8TKH, KY. i generally three lawrera to one gtiesi It's sweet enough, let's gel it out, at Miss Andrews, who for her part, looked Will practice In Oarrard and a lj "' i. old if r. In thi country, ti' with able anJ Court ol AVtal OlSee'lntti h iiiwi 01. .a Bill," with the help of his companions as though she wihed she bad not insisted Ill-l- y jlhBl.le ruhllotiuatr. burice men. we never think of making, a carried the tub uway. upon pressing the charge against her pugil farmer, a merchant,' a banker, or a railway "This machine is the only one in the istic lover. The youth blubbered aloud, king .1 1'reidentiil c.indidtte There i a world," said tbe engineer proudly, as he and tears fell very freely from the blue tradition that PreiidtntUl Tear are had patted the engine in a loving way, "and ejesofthe pretty maiden. They looked ' Imaioeea year, but the very reverse i the its aecret couldn't be bought for $50,000 at each other for a moment, and then the truth. 15') wa a very prceperom year; Why, with this here machine I can make youth ran with outstrecbed arms to where ISTtJ wa better thin the year .which pre-- ! They are going fast, too. more lemonade with one lemon than any the girl stood, and in a second they were ceded or followed it; '72 and '03 were alo other circus man can wlih 500 bushels of locked iu a farewell embrace, while their proaperou year, and all the aigna go to 'em. The pressure on that squeezer can lips met In a kiss whose resounding smack ' ehow that the cb-- e of thin year will make XillIlCnNter, could be beard in everv corner of the -.1 1. uu.ro - be graduated from oce pound to 'J50.000 ...1 !.. I' iiiid eiinui utt mo mu pounds to the squire inch, and one lemon court room. The young man was hurried ioeroui preceding year. Ei. will make lemonade for six months at the of! by the unfeeling officer to his dungeon cell, and the girl Blood looking sadly af'n. r.Me of 100 gallon a day." A Wall ntreet broker aya in the ter him until the laughter of the courtTelegram"Ten yeara ago I aw a man A 3ig Blatt. crow3 aroused heri 'She started" up, who had fl 1;000,(XK) and'eeveri children. Which is less than wholesale prices. Are about out of them now. but will The Salt Like 7Vi6urte gives the follow-in- g room laughed a little, blushed deeply and ran One day I aaked htm why he did not reaccount of a tremendous blast recently shortly have others at as great a bargain. Brcoklyn tire, ill anawer wm: I have S11.000,-00- 0 set on at Salt Lake City, Utah. About from the room to the street UAVK I want juat $12,000,000, becauae I 100 persons assembled at the limeetone Union. Exten- have aevea children. My wish ia to give quarry, North of Warm Springs, to witness The situation which the democratic each a million and keep $5,000,000 for the discbarge of a big blast. Stone had ty is called upin to face is unlike anything tuyaelf That man died in a tenement been quarried out so ai to leave a paling that has been known in the political history Tu Tbelr Hlock 01 home, and hi children are working for SI 100 feet wide and over 100 feet high. of our country. For the first time the nomIn this department our trade has been immense. All the reason we dubia day." Th's face was nearly perpendicular, but ination of a man whose reputation is tbe attention of the give is because we save you from 25c to 81 per pair on same class of goeif In the good old day of monarchy in had a bench or step extending up from ous has concentrated upon the character of the candi- sold elsewhere. France there waa an excellent law, which the ba--e forty feet. From this point a country And now haye the Beat Stock in Cei rin aa followi: "Whowever, by means of tunnel waa run iu on the dip of the ledge date and upon the political methods that trtl Kentucky. They have Parlor red or white paint, perfume, e'eoe, arti- forty-threfeet, and at the lower end a he represents and will doubtless employ. and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, forty-threfeet long was made. The platform on which he stands, though ficial teeth, falee hair, cotton, wool, iron crcsicut and demagogic, rePenitentiary Cane and coreta, hoop, hoe with high heel, or At each end of this crosscut a well was absurd, contradictory Chain, Marble Top, ceives comparatively little attention befulie hipa, ehall wek to entice into the sunk nice leet deep, bringing the bottom verbose fashFrom the amount we have sold one would suppose that every man and bay-i- n Centre Stand & Exbondi of marriage any male eubject of hi, about on a level with the iloor of the quar- cause it merely presents in a tension Tablet, the county had one of oar hats; but the trade in this line does not ifeav-tt)-fal- l ry. In one of these wells 100 kegs of pow- ion thecoafused anl shallow ideas and the Majeaty, shall be prosecuted for witch of the candidate Woven Wine, Cot-te- n off any. Our men's fine Straw Hats at 50 cents are a big bargain. Tbejr craft and declared incapable of matrimo- der was placed, and in the other 1'25 kegs. insecure and tricky spirit i, Top and Hair This powder was placed in bulk, and wires himself. Any one who took tbe trouble to are fully worth double the money; men's Stiff Hats at $1, 81 50 and 81 75, ny." Folding Bed Lonn-ge- t, two maet to read Mr. Blaine's speech to the committee Among the lice ami net covered paraole so arranged as to enable the nomination must worth from $2 50 to 83. Another lot of men'9 soft Fur Hats at 81 25 eack. Bedi & Coti, "Wararobei be fired at the same time by electricity. that notified him of his a new ahape called dome ia the novelty, and Rnf and CvMrvthinD Tllas have smiled at his remark that he had Boys' Wool Hats 10, 15 and 25 cents. the material being full end drawn down The powder a.d the wires once in poi - pi... ,i Na amount of "studied" the plattorm nii-uiaUCUk wax filled up with lamping. uiuuiu. word in imitation 0 t the ordinary appear- - tion, the wells were . the tunnel crosscut sludy that he could give to it would discovin which uraBKiHiett KURHr , ince of .1 dome Tbe Japanese and the T..e Mincer er in it anything but a medley of empiy '.nj.l hapea are alio popular. Cream, and well were stringed made it eay to campaign cries, with one intelligible reso, ecru and black spotted Sw'ih mu'lin is to confine the exclusive force of the powder A job lot of Ladies' Silk Glove3, assorted colors, at 45 cents to close; worth. Wires were lution regarding civil service reform, which lieu'ed. and liter on, flowered mu.din, so a to be more effective. nomination 75 cents; 300 pair Ladies' White Cotton Hose, slightly soiled, at the ua by the ' stretched up the hill about 700 feet to a is pMCtically nullifisd profiiely trimmed with lace. Prom ?frrvoii,tlirnnl anil Rlood Dliraira, heard of price of 5 cents per pair; worth 20 cents. Other goods in propor- Ilrnlu an. I llrart .vntcllom.'VVruk I.uuca, sife place, and a portable battery was car- -- f New York Times. UonnOiti.il rroua Irbllll7, llrokrnUliliir;.,lllnd. Can you give me ten centa for a drink?" ried to tbe spot. The crowd of spectator's eakueiaolllin According to the Electoral Count Bill tino. lulluuaaud iter A Urluar Oifjiaiia.aak jrour UruiKlaliur naked a g chap or a reporter. viewed the quarry and such features as which is about to become a law, when the W.UteiFIQ NO. 13, SCOTT'S '"Certainlv." CIIAB. WORLD RINOwHtD replied the reporter, "bring on were visible, and then retired (0 the two Housts of Congress meet in joint you drink." to count ther votes for President and valley halow, 1,000 feet away, whero Vice President, the session shall be contin-uou- s they had good chance to witness the Dfsipep'in in its wort form will yield to Boys' Wool Kuee Pants 25 cents por pair; Boys' Good Wool mixed Suits until the count shall be completed. Mrs Frank Pascoe touched ctl' Willi the e of CarlerV Little Nerve Till aided 1IKAIK & HEttYL TONIC. A IILOOD, powder just at 4 o'clock by merely A recess may be taken for a period not 81 50, 81 75, S2, 82 50 aud 83, running from four to eight years old; 25 If josr Drumt.t ilo not kplt atAblm (ooM.rll by Carier Little Liver I'illf. They not the .vnd at once longer than twenly-fou- r kilt Suits, from a New York sheriff's sale, slightly soiled, at hours; but aftor Child's forma. $1. p.r bottle. l'or,BrfaBilIroB modern llhHratMlMMlleall)lcorr olailitre l.iu.a. only relieve present dUtreM, but t treegthen pressing a key of the machine, I or pHiui'lil.t, il!i full rrllcula. tin. whole fuce of the uuarry was raised the first Saturday covered in the count no SI 50 and 82; worth double; sizes from 2 to 0 years. Don't fail to see them. " CHAS. W. 80OTT M.D., Knnsoa City, Mo. he Htomach nnd digetttve .tnparatut. Pan Xr. flCOTTS LZVXR VZZLS. and tell in an immense mass of broken recess shall be allowed. When objections rock, from the size of an egg up to that are raised to the returns of a State, or when neirlyot a houe. Mr. Pascoe estimates contesting returns are presented, the two that the blhrt brought down and 'loosened Houses shall ettlo tbe dispute in joint con up betwen J3,000 aud 4,000 tons of reck. vention, and the vote shall be taken after a waa not heavy debate limited to three hours. CULMINATION OF The report of the explo-io- n in fact, les) than is often made by a This hot weather dampens the linen of TWELFTH. stick of giant but the tumbling of the the stirchiet dude on the street and makes It is soft finish, 6 cord, 200 yards on a spool, Warranted to work on any ma-chiTWELFTH. rocks made the earth tremble for quite a him uncomfortable in mind and body; but and wo sell two spools for 5 cents. You can get it nowhere else. distance. '.The amount of smoke which bleaj us, how it does make the corn growl As wo receive goods almost every day wo have plenty of it, rose in an immense cloud gave some idea Out of the corn, if dudes and more starch. of powder used, and for a m:tv be made newRecord, as to the amount Philadelphia time obscuted the view, Positive Cure for Piles. "In the State prison at Trenton, N. J., To tho people of this county we would say that are two bank presidents, two receiving tell- vs bTc been Rlrva the agency ol Dr. Marchlsl'a guaranteed ers, four bank cashiers, a county treasurer ItallAu Pile After you have looked all over town, come here and note the difference ia for to cure or iaoloy refunded Internal, External, ami a city auditor serving sentences You will find our goods all marked in plain figures and if not aa replllliid, Bleeding or Itching Plies. Prke io centa prices. stealings amounting to $5,070,000." nbox. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAHster, resented, your money will be cheerfully returned. We especially ask those Drurvlsti. CLOSES S3T. 4th. If jour face, neck and liacJs are iiwburntrf or OPEKS C2PT. 3rd. to come in during the week and not wait until Saturday, as we am that can Daughters, Wires and Mothers. IniliuieJ, batba tbm with Paplllon Skin Cure; we would like to. FolWVUERr i. MiPtA or We emphatically gmrantee Dr. Marchtal'a Ca so rushed then that we can't give you the attention It will allay the iodautnutloa lnitsntlr. For sale $nterior$ournaI THE 3all3rl."37 BARGAIN STORE Low Prices Make Business Easy. saw-hors- e. jamen u. i:icy BUFFALO ' W. IK. COItfXtfEsR, LIVE g OFFER EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS, '" ... ... UHODON i A few days ago Ave received Six Cases Ladies' and Children's Hats, osi3i Tlieiii Out at ihmm BuBkmM Sena at l.a.v, ' pro-porti- !! 1 hM ENTERPRISE Grocery. KeiltUCky, ' .- GEO. D. BURDETT cfc III the last few weeks we have sold twelve dozen Dr. Warner's Si Corsets at the extremely low price of 75c each, - OO.. Lately been Making pr sive Additions BOOTS & SHOES eat e e HATS AND CAPS. & Mat-treaie- v:- ..... ... GLOTES HOSIERY. SUFFERERS Sr. -- enedy-Iookin- GOGA.BEEFHRON Ilarlaomn,) GlaOTHIZiTG. u. u-- all-wo- 1884. THE SERIES. Over 8,000 Spools of Our Machine Thread Distributed through the County. .13 INDUSTRIAL zuw&t: , -f- You will Always Find .something Xew ai Our Store. y :M:oj3.-.faet-a.ro- t-rt slax-ontlsa- Z?zzS.mz.cts. OPEN TO THE COMPETITION A.232-irccrcM ir 0e THE WORLD. No cturRe-lo- r liauu Mmuri !nl(in nnil ipace or ateam power Special f ....... C... In ik. ror 11111 C arranementi mxi: for tnnporutlnn of t ..r v.., wuu j ariicuiati huuis.., ,- rilr.in Cltintriit CiTS. 1884. at McKoborU & Sti'J. If you have a cold In your heal, been In a draft and bare ths retult of your Imprudence annoying your comfort, lnut3.ite with a few applications of Paplllon Catarrh Curs and you will bs rellered at once. For sale by Mcllobjrts A 8Wg. We bT never beui of audi mirreloua curci of Coughi In children and adulta ai Paplllon Cough your Cure produces. You should hare a bottle In A houis incus of nwd. For wle at McRoberti Btafg's. thollcan, a female remedy, to cure Female Dl.cst-c- s, low the crowd and you will be sure such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and displacement or bearing down feeling, Irregtlarlttles, Barrenness, Changs of Life, Lsucorrbaia, besides many weaVneases springing from the shore, like Haadache, Bloating, Sl'lnal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous de- Originator! and Promoters of the St. bility, Palpitation of tbs Ueart, Ac. For sale by druggists. Trices St and It 60 per bottla. Send STAN-FOBID- , toDr.Marchlsl, Utlcs.N.Y., for pamphlet, free. For sala by Psnny A UcAUsler, Druggists. to find the place. S. I.. POWERS & CO., for all the low Prices People. Asaph Hotel, - - - KENTUCKY. . tef hots were fired, Bailey dropped the pistol that he had in his left hand and i school teacher for $1,000 because ho banded tie one in his right hand to Broad-uped his son. and pnt his hands up to the back of Louisville has raised a McDonald Club July I, 1884 Itaslbrd, Ky., to go to Chicago in the interest of "Old his head and run about fifteen yards and PHARMACISTS fell dead. Will Best had a knife in his Saddlebag-.- " A Muncle, Ind., man sold five tons of hand anil said, "I have cut one damn negro W. P. WALTON. " DKALKtt IM- . joii t i turkey feathers to a New York firm for the to the hollow and I will cut another" nrv VWTrTA ' nS&WJ M Bally was stabbed to the heart on tbe left Books, manufacture of Blaine plumes, If the democrat make a pocd nouiina-lioMr. B. F. Jones, a hitherto unknown side and shot in (he back of the htad. 3 . next for President and vi c.'t,' reriljitlo- - iteiiratrly'rvmngnj character, has been selected chairman of The doctor says either one would have i Alto week and adopt a sensible platform, there killed him. A jury was summoned and the National Republican Committee. I is nothing in the ign of the limes if thty JHWtiMUtNt n inquest held this evening over the body ' The conyention to nominate a successre not elected by n triumphant majority or to Judge Reid, us Superior Judge, has of Green Bailevaed a verdict rendered that in3?oTember. The better class of republibeen fixed for July 17th at Maysville. his death was caused at the hands of the "" xjr Large: Slock or Mutohe, cans will not Huppart Blaine with his tat-to' Ncal, the Ashland murderer, will not Best boys. Hocks, Jewelry A; Silverware ''$2 record; and are disgusted with the bang on the 18th, the Court of Appeals WILLOW GROVE, BOYLeJoUNTY The sit 'jW' Kvft lnuualil to thl market VtUe lower tbit. "SohJrb of the parly leader generally. having issued a supersedeas in his case. Wat hr, ( ' k ar I Jewelry It. fSeJecrata hare decidedly the' vantage Mr. WillSwope sold some dtvs ago to I mttiort r.tl satul Warranto! i J It is stated that not less than 31,000 his brother Jim his farm of jroandiind the wind and tide eecni eel in acaes Lr -0 perrons have been converted under tho la$0,000. Mr. Swnpe has purchased a farm, their faTor. Ther not only have the Houej bors of Mr. .Moody in London and vicinity. hr at' near Lexington, but will nut take pu?fess of Kepre.enttivesin Conere Gen. S P. Hughes is the democratic The Senate which, han a republican mam.prity, but have control of the inn till the 1st of January next. jority ha increased the Legislatiye, Execu- nominee for Governor of Arkansaw. He Jargialatiirea of 2"! out of .the 33 States, Mrs. Ltwis, wife of Mr. A A, Lewis, of tive and Judicial bill by jtit $1,037,423. stands on a platform which declares for a while democratic governor preaiJe over the Somerset HtpuUiean, has been sperilin The bill now appropriate S21.G 17,260. or tarifl' for revenue. the week wilh the family of Dr.T. M. Lew- -' the affair of 25 overelj;n State'. At the Two sleepers on a Virginia Midland - about a million and a quarter more than is. Mrs. T. E. Kirtley and children, Kbbie ! tat general election 23 Sjate ahowed dem- the corresponding bill jiasaad by the DFAI.ltt IN- n train went through a bridge into James . ...., o and llallie, of Greenville, Texas, are visit-ocraiic mrjonuei'i mi some forty, Were CoogreiH of two years ago. It has river. The Hani ware, Hornc Shot's .Saddle. v ote in November an at thefe, 253 electoral in? her parents in this neighborhood. also increased the Hpue' River and Har- rescued unharmed. 1'ro,, XiiIIm, ltii'ctiHMur, Humcy vote are assured lor the democratic ticket, is the universal opinion of the farm- - j It & Duenmey's distillery bor bill by 1,333000 The bill now Fairbanks BMRRT lVlieeK .MotrN, C'hiio Hills, II union, 52 more than a majnitv. We are hardly ers that the pnsent is the best wheat crop 512.027,200, or a million and a was burned at Tcrre Haute, Ind. Fifteen SpoluvM, UruU'N, enough to expect this large ma Cldtr.lIillH, I.up Covers, rrguine that has been raised in '20 years. I heard . thousand gallons of highwines were destroy MM Stoneware, Corn ,ority, but with a candidate of national half more than any other River and Haran old farmer say that the crop in this. Collars bor bill that ever paced Cod grew, with ed. Loss $100,000; Insurace $05,000. reputation, one who will call forth the county would probably average at least SO been The striped convict suits have of the party anil command the the single exception of the great steal bushels per acre. From a close observer Oliver Chilled. Champioa Steel and Brtnley Combined Plows, Wooden nd Ohio penitentiary and the Cast Pampi, and the Celebrated tfayfield Elevator. Tin RooT-iug;aof all good citizen, we do not nee which upet the republican majority in the discarded in the who has just passed through Missouri, Inrerrxct prisoners have been furnished with clothGu.torink; will have prompt attention. how we are to be defeated, unless, bj the Forty seventh Congress. diana, Kansas and Texas I learn that the .WW lllliru, during the cam J IiEsmrs turning out a number of so- - ing the same as worn by honest people. A'if.ui-i- i t' " mast egregious blunders wheat in those States is also looking re- -' John llrlfthr, Hon. Perry Belmont, of New York, w. markablv well and the corn crop in the first MICH. a,1UIUIIiniC iJlaiu, called Electro Magnetic girls, Georgia has says that Cleveland will not be sble to con any other equally an good man and' the just developed a young woman who is des thiee States named is just beginntoi; to State. He lcae of power, wh'ch for twenty yeara has tined to go up high in the world If she trol the delegation from that will be ul- come up, while in the list nauie-- s:ate State been disgraced by rottenne?a in high places gets her deserts. We refer to the amiable thinks that the vote of the they were already enjoying the luxurv of an official corruption never before ex- Miss Lela Burge, of Franklin county, that timately cast for Bayard, roastinK-earard raisnd in lie corn fields Joseph Palmer, the accomplice of Ber- end. State, who look an axe and 'chopped off hibited, will come to the Owin; to too much rain the Texts cottcn ner in the murder of Kirk, Is sentenced to the TK Knights of Honor, a an organiza- her father's head, because he differed with be hanged October 10th, 18S4. Bemer, it crop will fall short this ofyear, fields weeds the while distruction. It waa her in h discussion about a dre she was to will be remembered, was let of! with only having taken po?esion tion, aeems certain of the sround was too wet for tbe farmer to at the meeting of the Suprome wear to Sunday school. The young patri- twenty years in the penitentiary. decided work. Lodge in Chicago that the headquarters of cide is but 17 years of age. Lucian Evans shot and mortally The accidental shooting and killing of Louis 1fee order should be removed from It wa reported a few days since that wounded Mr. VaMers, a hotel keeper in Mrs. Cox by her son William, mentioned vilie to 8t. Louis nd the new officers pro- Secretary Lincoln, IT- had threatened that if Henry county, because he was unable to by Squire Anderson, of Danville, in the ceeded to carry out the design. But when Arthur signed the hill reinstating Fits give him a rocm on account of being Intemok Joi'KNAi., wss the foorth ;nn j the attempt was made they were enjoined John Porter, he would take up his hat and crowded, and then made his escape. cent person that has been killed on account d an order prohibiting the leave the bj the court at Owing to the fact that the charter cabinet It was also said that the, Druggists and Booksellers, IVople'a Bank of Louisville ,froin paying President remarked that Mr. Lincoln could under which the Cincinnati Southern was of the outlaws and fugilires, Henry Ham otct any money except for death benefits go to tbe devil, or words to that effect. built specifies that 5 feet shall be the ner, Henry Wade and Tharp, and it is entered. This has stirred up the Knights But he baa not signed it yet, all the same, guage, the change to 4 feet 8J inches can high time that the shenll of Boyle was at nil oer the country and it was decided to and the news now comes that he has decid- not be made without Legislative action two least miking an tffort to briii them to jus tice. They have been within a few tulles j cat fooee from the Kentucky charter, which ed to veto it. He is evidently afraid of years hence. of Junction City ever iin:e they murdered I obtained feats .been done and a similar one Bobby. The Senate Commerce Committee cut old man Burns in Hancock county in ia tbe State of Mitaouri. We have always According to a Mr. Trentworth, of New down the $300,000 appropriation to the April. Tbe Parksville correspondent of bees of the opinion that the deixise of the Louisville harbor to $50,000 and reduced erlerwM but a quettion of time, but we ex- - York, who hud a vision or a nightmare' that for the Kentucky river from $250,000 the Danville Adiwatt says that Governor nccted it wou Id ba by the defalcation of which is just as bad, we are to have but to $125,000. Mr. Willis is consequently Knott should send the militia and hunt libs of July, the them down, but the sheriff has first louse 3ta&dal officers and not by the manner two more of tbe 5th of for early on the inconsolable. morning July, 1885, all means in his power, and he can summons otaeetae to be going. AND A conference of colored domocrata of every man in world will come to an abrupt end. Mr. tbe county to help him, be-- 1 The democratic committee in the First Ttentworth should take a dose of calomel diflerent States was held in New York Fri fore it is the duty of the Governor to inter-- 1 J-! day night, and a delegation appointed to atDistrict has fixed August 30th for a prima-rjktioleft off preaching about po tend the National Convention to press rec fere. It is to be hoped that immediate Talmaoe to nominate a candidate for A Full and complete step will be taken by Saerifi Mfer to cap of Furniture, embracing Cjajrwi, but a? usual O.'car Turner refuses litical bosses and other sensational subjects ognition of the claims of the race for rep ture thestj fugitives and it can le aid of from the Cheapen! to the Fluent Parlor Nulte. Ne held oi for one Sundayand actually got in a ser- resentation. to go into it, because he wanted it him that it is not for a lack of course ihat need (o o to Hie large eltle lo make iiureliHMUM, no matter 11. M. Willis, the Evaogaliet, who the sane day of the August election. The mon on "Christ" last LordV dayt a subject the attempt has nver been made by bim niwaiflimuiiij firqtiiiiuj you uanl, n I citti and "III duplicate very unfamiliar to him. converted over 400 souls at the M. E. old outlaw prefets to mn indepentently any prlcex can ohtalu pNcmIutc, freight being added. AUo and Temperance Entertainanyway, as by that means he can be electThe Cincinnati Enquirer comes out in church, Tiffin, O, last winter, Is charged A Sabbath-Schoo- l a full assortment ol Collins. Ciimh. NhrnudH and Hohen, embrac ment votes. It would be much double leads for Hoadlcy for Penident, with undue familiarity with a servant girl. ed y republican both cheap and expensive. U'ure room repub-Jica- n by Will be held at Pleasant Point Church, in ln all the Xew Stj better for the parly if a straight-ou- t tviiaii anus nnoiner reason to me large Mrs. Willis is completely prostrated opposite Nt. Asaph Hotel. .Stanford, -i Lincoln county, on the 4'h of July, should be given the office and every number already existing, that he should tbe affair and lies in a critical condition. A stone thrown through the window of Krerybody is invited to come and partici-ipate- . democrat who has the good of his party at not be nominated. Orations on Sunday. fcbool" sod Capt. Stone and perhapi feels this train on the I., B. & W. R. R. ieart Tnn Coutie- Journal continues to boom a Judge Grace will leave their claims to tbe McDonald, who is while the train was approaching Moreland, temperance by itev. J. M. Coleman, W 1; undoubtedly a' good Ind , struck an infant of Mrs. Brown, lying Davidson and others Music by the Valley primary, but we fear that the eatne old re- man, but he'll have to -- A a 1 .i take the tail eend sult will be given in November, in its mother's arms, killing it almost in- Cornet Hind, of Stanford, esayn, recitation' this time. Bayard is the coming man. Sunday-clm- jl tchjlars BONANZA stantly. Mrs. Brown was injured by the and uniting by the & Is his address before the Bar Association in the grove, will be the order uf the day. broken glass. NOTES Of CUPHENT EVEHTS. Judge Curtis F. Uurnain ahowed that he At (If V i I Mlu aaddairaiJ CrnlmLeading Democratic citizens of Chica Dinner will bo served in the oburch. ijr did not entertain tbe prevailing "belief A postcfiire was recently established at , go, Court Juiiges and oineis, nave iirwaru which tickets will hi sold at 2jz, The pro.. IIO.VMt' Tllllt'.Mir.U i ,, . among lawyers that the Court of Appeals ia Mi. Sinai, Palestine. . "i.i -ill it ir...i. i.... i ...... turrr. ,..-.--.ed a communication to Daniel Manning, ceeds will be appropriated exclusively ij iiiiTtin:. :,.. . ' Traction infallible, bjit very candidly admitted that "n!.bL.-- f Fire at New Orleans destroyed properi i.; Chairman of the New York Democratic furnishing the ouurcn above named. There K'.!L.e Agta'iS ROBttJSON I CO.. RKhmwJ teJ. in point'of ability it bad seriously degener- - ty valued at $300,000. ' .' nomination of will be a free table for the Suudttv-tthoo- l calling for the -- tTlrT, '"hit- - 1 There- were never. Ein Tennessee maible is sejling 100 Committee, KJ" ith. loaf .vv--- .. iiV Cleveland for President, as the majority scholars under 12 years of a$e. All such al other papers read during the meeting, percent higher than the Italiar. are specially invited. The friends of the of the Illinois detiiocaats, bat none has commanded the attention Vermonj echool teachers are prohibit- sentiment The present company operating the oil cause have spared no pains to mike it a Burnam's, which was practi- ed by law from tho use of tobacco given Judge well on Oiter Creek are moving along rap- day of social pleasure to all. Kiercues ' ,. cal and poinlel throughout. The next .. T. .:. . . California instructs: J "Tihlen first, waa; neau TTT1 . com o: uar iieit iaiiters ai.d Citizens of Lincoln and Qarrard Sar idly. The company intends to go 1,500 win commence at ru.ju a. m. rrocrammes meeting will be at Crab Orchard Springs Tburman second, and Field naver." .... I .. .... , v :n i.. below the surface. The old well was ""'w .1:.. .a.,. u" ,i,u ,nii.J. inf iQiirun l tlt.o ' .aaul f.trraM .., rrtil) Umt hsro tbe last Wednesday in next June. Judge our Tne President has reappointed Gener- feel hMl is a notable Itn.lan K V.. Faulkner. . Wm. I)..raev. Wui '!"',h?'' ".'' IUWhwi.nil..; ..New H. ,,... vat- ,:::r.v',rn:,n",n'-'"'- ' h! .. not deeper than 000 feet. It i Lindsey was elected President, al Eli H.Murray Governor of Utah. rutkirth. k'.i William o r..i,...M.t,r,,n wl.l, i. .- .1 .V.'; fact that the quality oil that is found on Hiker, committee on arrangement John W. Finnell first and Judge R. P. jrtulfeutbal.MMcttl.iir Ms. Mr-.0.. (Ms I I Jt ii... r 1L "h iIT... .k".?"ril.',..V" Thos. Mc,Naniara,ao old rtsldent and Otter Creek is superior to any other lunt .4 Tlirchcr iuil I nglDr Jacobs second vice President. Hon. A. (J. Thiitmap, it is said, "ill l"fof retired merchant, of Lexington, is dead . bricator and we have confidence to believe be permanent chairman of the drmjcmiic I.r..l imrrhailtu slw,P. hr i "V"V'--u..l II lu... .. i. ...... w V i." I. jyi.UII- I'nl ., 'Juo,, 'T .J,,.,, uJ ,Hu. nw Vanderbilt has offered the Diike of is made that Blaine's ll... ...."' The announcement ..I.., jt jiuri. that by the time the depth of 1,500 feet is national convention. I to th . r manager have proposed to one L Z Li-le- r Marlboro $2,200,000 for his picture galli-rv- . al Kniiln IhiII Ik ltnlilnnn . K . hiuoO'l, Iri'iis'is reached, or before, we will have allowing n I oil I, rai VV II fUWi-i- Thrli r mt Misa remberlon, a school-teache- r lr,t .f hct ihrw.hr-- with Hi. R,.i,iin;i Threader heir Anl. tliUiulL.lf v Hii;lit mi. I drop well toi tul .(uit he ehall be made Secretary of Stale Nrt.1 III WJI that Signal, HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. .!.... ii v in Wayne county. ,. 'w-r . ;. -' "".... u i cifsii ui.i c jl ui US or ul.ru are.: ped dead from heart diseate at Sandersville. Farrll, iiuuiia ail. ,, mini M, S) ; McAlli- '.icl ee. I.lniiilii Ml , ur A provided he will plank down a million for The Pension Arrears amendment To thue whom I hare mill machinorr I mi..,,! Senator Cbaflee has been elected ChairThe third year of my select "choul tiisnktt.r Itiiir rlMoa'. anl will tlio T tbe campaign fut.d. Mr. Leiler.is an amwhich the Senate has just defeated was a :n ...,! .. !?.' tit .' ' T'.!'?' I "' i: thill ii, lrp mi ter jintnc it in rfl ol a fellow, but if he is sensible man of the Republican Executive Com- braz;n scheme to vote two hundred and niumfiii.i.iui. vjiicih in workltu ..r,lrr bitious sort Iutb oh li.r,,! irntl to auj i.ne .,UrM lr ... "ri,f r.l. Muoitu Gouulf, K .ul,; on iIip first Mnnilav in Snt. l.SM mittee. All vhA.ti wl ' a he will not have it said of him, a fool anl yf .r Tcry tiuiy, IT. II. Tlt,t YI.OIl. The underground syetem of telegraphy fifty million dollars of the people's money pupils who desire can have 'first clas in The investment : his money is scon parted. at Washington is pronounced a complete to parly use'. This monstrous project was structions in painting, drawing and mmir. would never materializt, for it is written introduced in its present form after tbe success. Kugenia V. Petton. that some other man than Blaine will nom-inat- e platform of the republican convention at Fifty sir young doctors were turned cabinet officers ttfter nextMirch. exloose by the Kentucky School of Medicine Chicago had taken ground in favor of travagances; and having first been adopted "We are pleased to know that there is a at Louisville. a ! in the republican caucus, it was offered in Zeno F. i'oung will rfi-vrcTen of Blaine's relatives and eighteen probability that Elitor recover from the effects of his recent fall of Logan's are already enjoying profitable the Senate by Mr. Ingalls as an amendchange hit Ilarlng determined ment to a wholly different measure, the oiler tor Mle tirlvstely tomy hi Mill, huilneir, I from a third story window. The distance Government offices. ltuj!cl tn Uruili Creek, In Cirey county Ky. Tre KniBc Sun. i that he was Mexican Pension bill. was 3 feet anl the wonder A colored preacher at Ml. Sterling la ilallnnary; Holler 40x21; Kuglne IOxJCI, CViUD- ter Khutt anil drill Mill at- -' not instantly killeJ. As it was, both jaw has been fined $25 and given 40 days work leet. MKlni; taclieil. The jiroperly la PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. ami If on the streets for whipping his wife. bonea, three ribs and a leg were broken. Sunday ninht about G o'clock Green III Good ItiiiiniiiB Order. le should pull through, which Heaven mebenate has authorized the Attor -- grant, he will hereafter be known as the ney general to pay Chae. II. Reed not more Bailey, of color, was killed by the Ileal Tlmlier plenty ami acceuible. I wouM Le willing I The largest stock ever in Stanford nntl the be3t to ho found in Central Ken- good toughest citizjn in Southern Kentucky. than 3,000 for his cervices as Guiieau's boys. Humphrey llest was here about five to exchange lor Ac. farm itock, audi aa Mule, . . llorie, Cattle. rerwp. wiitiin to rngaw in the lumier tui.- - tucky, eujhracmg nbout twenty five diflerent fctyles o'clock under the intluence of liquor. He a change counsel. from luo lemliiK' imiuu- Oku. Castleman lias ordered neaa will finJ a giiod onliK hy applying to The New York will was mukinK a great deal of noise, had his of uniforms for the State guards. We hope It limit facturers in tho United Sute?. Persons contemplating buying n vehiclo 2M).f liuitoDTlile, Ky send 100 men to the Chicago convention to pistol out cursing Paint Lick and everythis he will remember the snap his predecessor work for Benjamin F. Butler for the Presi body in it, but by constant pleadings of Spring ehould select the earae or place their orders at once; for got into while having uniforms made and at thia season dential nomination. Bud Uroadus, who was in company with get ugly old maids to do the work. Pretty first-clas- s j all manufacturers Fish in Kentucky strenms have been him, persuaded him to leave town. They of vehicles are invariably over-ruwith ordors young married women wont do to fool with, killed by persons-usindynamite. The They hadn't gone far before they met Will ynckols found out to his sorrow. Geo. and if the vehicle wanted U not on hands, it will require from four to Government has employed detectives to lieat and all then went to the sulphmr well eight THE DItUCJGIST, The Monticello Signal, published by look the matter up. tVPPKS tinlitnln .., fniir tpanlra lminrr riu,n!.n.l in .,.!. fi .!.!. n .- - -.... it at Lowell. They had not been there long ..vv.j wv.ub tb.juiicu in iuu&u, uijiaa unu (irf ft urat l Jm. A. Phillips A Co , has made its initialGov. Cleveland, in denying that he until Iiailey and two girls came up to the graceful manin the nublio in a very class job ready for shipment, under the mo3t favorable circumstauces. ever belonged to the order of know noth- - well. Humphrey helped one of them up:. r,n v. news, neatly printed and - UCI, t. aiioiuii nf - - will bo blind to ings, says; "I cast my first vote in 1858 on the platform and put his arm around A1! WOrk soI(1 ' me wil1 be found t0 be suoh aa l roPre3ent them, unlwa I the Wayne county people for the democratic ticket and have never her neck and said to Uailey, "How do you Ih Preparing for n Lively Sitmiiier interests if they do not give u a liber- voted for any other." their Trade. j have been deceived myself, and in that event tho ike that?'' and Bailey replied that he did purchaser will bo fully in- al enppoitj In regard to the tarifl North Carolina not care, Bailey was fanning himself and Illiltne ofgnoJa, Inerery Tarlety tuually found a House of ttie kltil, ii In a Call and exaruino my stock nnd I will do my best to pleaso you Few of tbe widows of the soldiers of the democrats declare that "duiits should be Humphrey told bim to stop. He replied j demnified. large and complete. war of 1812 die and none of tbem resign, it levied for revenue, and discriminations that he was hot and kept on. Humphrey in style, quality ami price. You can get as good vehicles from me and at aa ems. Although it has been 72 years since should pise? the highest rates on luxuries then said "G-d- 'dn you, I sty quit fan- Judicious Alterations in the Internal Arreasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere else and get a guarnnteo on that unpleasantness ihere are 21,000 widows and the lowest rates on necccatarira " rangements Secure Room Clomfor: ning," and drew his pistol and presented it ' As ws expected the Senate struck out and Better Display, of tbe o!d heroea now on the pension, listi. at Bailey. 'a11 be",ea tbat i9 worthless to you when buying away from homo. Res- Will Best then drew his; Bailey caught The statement that the lists of subtcib. of tho Legislative and Executive Appropri. Particular attention Ii called to p'ectfully, one in each hand. They then era to Blaine's book are forwarded to that ation bill Phil Thompson's clause won in their pir-to-l the House, providing for the consolidation got into a tcufll-- j and fell off of the plat- - A Large and Elegant Addition to the gentleman will cams nuny an oHise-holingordeiiring republlcin to pon7 up, who of the'Internal Revenue and customs col- iorm About that timo Bud Uroadus came -.lection districts. I And article! o rertu. up and tried eo separate them; at that in 1 Koaia.not think otherwise of doing so. The escapade of M1b Fay Sewell, the A Frankfort man has sued a common slant whip- two -- Vice-Preside- et beautiful youni; girl who rati away from an Eminence chool and went to Louisville, where ahe waa driven either at her own instigation or by the meanness of the hack driver, to a noted houe of ill fame, from which she wa rescued by the police and turned over to the keeper of the Houce of Hefnge, continues to be the equation with tbe Louisville paper.', which have written up tbe case in every aspect. When her brother was telegraphed to come for her he replied, "Let her go, I can do nothing with her," which shown either that he ia a brute or that she is Incorrigible. Tbe last phae t the arrest of the hack driver and bailing him over to the circuit court. The young woman scorns to enjsy the unenviable notoriety the has gained anil the most charitable construction of her actions is that he is insane. s, mw,,, W, nr jrl JC J'lJliT iT JUtete - n ", i- -N -- sr y Drugs. Stationery and Tanoy Article?. t&bZH&A j?M' &.& v - r 1- ' rl over-whelmi- -- W. H. HIGGINS I (Jnici'rk, Whip, Slieller, nd ... Kobe-sonia- 1 pas-enge- i " .v-."u.- i, Jf s long-deaire- d WALL PAPER f STAGG'S TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, 01EUA UOlSi: KLOCK, KTANFOK1), rra s E. wmmssL UNDERTAKER, m n Healei in eut nit tire ov-Tilli- ng jour jou le, lij. - pas-eng- rr W. H. TRAYLOR, 1 GRAIN . . FIELD SEED THRESHER, , , ' .lor-til- e - in.'r W. .:'. JK ' !" i""i' (,""" "' ..... !.. A. ), 1 - Wnljf-wbatth-fruir.Mij'- .. VkVJJV:';''...'''.'-''-'- !. '' I ' r.. ji.i-iiiiiii- c h..,.:h. "r "e .'il-ir- utti 4 ! Saw Mill For Sale n ' Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, Village Carts, c. Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- vj Carriages, f.ll'l.t, . G.F. Peacock KY ' ... i.i. HUSTONVILLE, firit-clai- d GE.. B. WEARiSW, rafg.fs,Agt., STANFORD, KY. 0 t - The het Walton'. V. II e cigar at T. It. dwelling to rent R. 8. Lytle. on pick through the One miner drove bjwel of another at I'lllaliurt; yeeterday. OANHLLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Workmen are enwng'd in erecting a ANIiEHON's Stanford Ky., LAN. LOCAL -- July J, 1884 Poeion J u It lt. Id: cream nt hll hour at the pulor Lsncaler atreet. IMS IJertuji earthenware for cooking uten-el- l etory over the ell of the at S. H. Hictjln. Something new. They are talking alo Thk Danville nine will play the Stanford moke-Mac- Advocate building' of putting up a to carrv of? the amoke of the .o. 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 country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley TIME CARD. S. H Myera&C'o. ly-i- n .12 4$ r. m, Mill train glng North., Mn, Joit.v M McIUdkiith, Sn, ha eold " Buuth. ' ...I P. M. ,. 10 A.M. Express lrlii'' Houtb. to Mr. E 11. Ilurnicle Kt acre of land ., 2 IG A.M. Norh.., back of Mr. V. I. Tate' at $125 per TUe boo li bilcuUUxl mi staudard time, Holar acre. time about 20 DiluulM futor Buy no 'Itun ticket from the K C. LOCAL NOTICES. Junction to Stanford. Take a free ride to theSt. Aiph or to any put of the city hut Paints of Penny h MoAUxter. " LANimrriia ijardcneeed at Mcltobcrt for ten cent. M. C. Portnian. a 1 afnine a watch same of ball at 3 o'clock on ihe srounda here. ternoon m Mr. Reuben Mr. T. T. Daviesh nld William yesterday hi entire coal buiine', cnle, Ac , for $600 and gave noeMion at once. Twonn of Ebentier Reft, who in life time got away with seven men, are lowing in hi illuMriou foo'.-Me- hi & 6tKd'. Luiihiuatino oil of all kinds at Penny & McAliMerV. liltAN.) nen albck of crery thinic in the jewelry Hue at Penny & McAliMerV lions, cattle, ehcep and iwtiltry powder for ale '7 MrHobtrl & Hlagg. "NnrSyiidei) of ready mixed painU for MoRoheruA StaggV Watch re, Clocks and Jewelry repaired and wnrrrnled by Penny & McAliiter. Tur bent Soda Water in the cit at Penny iV McAliMerV; made with pure rock candy tyrupami flivored with purest fruit juice pprii5-trJ- t PERSONAL. Min Hettie Paxton viiitlng Mr II. Hutching at Crab Orchard. J. Mil". Dk (' A. Cox and ton, Clitrley returned from Monticello Siturdar. J T. WlMUTU, and J. A. Hafltker. men of the road are here two Mih Lu.i.ir. LiNurvneiinRR, of Bhel la cler i byrllle, ley. vlitlnii Mim Iniiie Halley. am Mm Will K. Manicii, o' Xaelmlle, are giie! of Hon. John S. Ow- Mh. Maimik Mvi.rs and Mary of Hiurudhurg, are with Mr. W. 1. Walton. Mm J. It Ht'KKMAK and family, of Ltxiugton are vinitiug the family of Mr. Jamea I'axton. Mivta Mattie Haiilan and Sallie Yeager, of llotle, are the guet of Mie Rhod ami Kate Hall. Mn Hi mi o.s H. Moiimm.y, of Iexing-ton- , who ha been on a vllt to hi paranU at Crib Orjhard, returned reelerday. of WillUmaburg, Mk. J. T. Fiur-MAN- , wa up to allend the meeting of the directory of the Flrat National Ilink yesterday. Mkh T K. KtiiTLEYand children, of Greenville, Texaa, are on a vilt to theii relative in thia aectlon after eeveral yeara' Po-tee- Mik RELIGIOUS. Indiana on the ab)ve dale to attend the Rev. II C Morrison's meeting at wanting pictures Fair Circuit, all peraon will take notice. Thi will be my last Macksville closed with 10 additions and he month in Stanford. Famllr group, en- returned to Stanlord Saturday. Rev. J. Lipley McKee will tsiisi larging old picture and baby picture a I have alo Rev I S. McElroy in a imeling at the fpecially for the month changed price to eotne advantage. Now Hustonville Presbyterian church, which come and have your work done while you ' begin en the 2d Sunday. Bishop fcimpsin slated same year ap, you can do o at home Good work guaranteed in all kind of weather. Ct. W. both in public and private, that the tem WttUy, says Mr. Curtis, in Harper' perance question would never be settled in Shaffer. Cleveland will have the solid vote of New ' country except by the ballot in the York in the Chicago Convention, under Tows Mahsiial Newland arrested Con hwti of a omen. the unit rule. He enter a mild protest stable To). Martin, Friday, on a warrant abence. -- The eminent Baptist divine, Rev. against the latter, but ninifestly he is disorderly conduct; with South-Ben- d Mk. Fkank Hahiiii, wife of tb charging him In Ch-fSpurgeon, wa fifty years old on for anything to nominate Cleveland. I consi-te- d encouraging nmt little Chief Train DUpatcher of the Knoxville which k,,.. i ,ni.i..k... v ., i!,m ir.i. Manin , J"ne i" auoui nve ttiousanu people at. m uurinM'i SRW ADVKRTINEHK.STK. Hrinoh. ha tune to vlell her rclativea at rMjn in Holboro waived a trial and claiming that be had tended the jubilee service Chillicothe, O wrongful intent, Tabernacle. Mr. Spurgeon was presented not done anything with - Miw. F J. ANTHONY, of Lcbiaon, and Judge Carson let him ofla with a eunll fine a check for over 22,000 whicn be eays he NOTICE ! Mi HeilU I'M3r.a, who ha been teaching An officer should conduct himielf with will devote to charity and religion. aohool in Jeffcraon county, are on a vUil to Bishop Alfred Lee, ol Delaware, sue- - ITIOK SALK-- A nice farm of WM acres, located decorum on all occaicm and,wt trust tha their father' family. I' 21. wiles BuMtt of NlchoUTtlle, on thin little lesson will be ry prjhjt ,to th ceede the R'ght Rev. Benjamin Bowith the Nilpbur Well p.fca 1 tnlle from Sulphur Mauy I'hkett. Annie and Mlw V11. it it in abliiU lAiu of cuituxtlou. well mlth s nrptiilinc- - Miiilmn nf the FnUrnn! r.n-.constable, who is sworn lo preferve ctoirlnit Will m'ltli TiitBni w,ipr i Ella 8hnk under the care of Meiara. younc Church iu the United Stutes Bishop Ll e i rop of SO acre of corn sod 5 cre ot lolitcco. Has anil rintry, 4 rooms, F. Hpink attended ordr, not to intiga'e breaches of the i veranda with Frank Hni and T. 77 years os age. He wa elected to tne a mwrulUue orP,arj, l,ri!new lro,00 In (.!,( peace. the hop at Crib Orchard, Friday night rosKHitiu fUtenst once. bishopric of Delaware in 141 and of the i lover l'llcclow IlOO VEIt A' M ETVA lit, MimSit. Waiib IIcA.t.r.v, of Loui . on,Kra,t,l during the pnsent j take too much for i; ji;. The Louisville Ileal KttB AgtiAr. KleliolatvU'e, Ky. vllle, a pretty I'ltl blomU who removed granted. Because Col. W G. Welch wa to C(,ntry j,e , 0LT nt e!shtli. who has lived fpnni thiK iilatf a few Tear ago, in back on reond t a toast at the meeting of the 10 j,e ,j,e ,fnjor Ui,hop. Slu-ai- t. a viit In her grandmother, Mia. fc'ue ; Bar Association, they notonly chronicled hi LAND. STOCK ANU CROP. airanging for a appearance in the body, bui vent on to tell Dr. F.n A toons, after and thor- delMlle t .. ItaTiue Icsittl haw eb quently he poke en ' uiusl Augut wheat was selling at . J cents ' ouehly leuurated tliltI am now prepare! to accomit, dividend in UU HiMlnnvllle bank, waa here following rate: laugh while others weep; thus runs the modate tbe piib.lc t tbe ' Telordy, helping the Farmer Rink di- world away." The fact is Col. Welch ha jn Chicago Saturday. J 1 to and lodging, per wecV jof A- - col)er bought in AnJerson Ib.mlj.T .... - too fjr Hie Ul i x iVl rectory figure up the prtfi: . home not been tilteen feel from hi ivr ince county w lambs to delivered by the rett wealof 2 rooms and coeU roona, 'r wrek . ,n'ijt 10 W wotitbi'. the healed term set in and if he sum up loth of thu month at ' cents. 1 room i0" (' K Chow arrival from Atlan.v 5 Mr courage to go to Chicago next week it will Not a single wheat buyer l:a shown Vsmiiie wboiurm-- h thtr owii riuu.i acd ta, Oi , yeierJi J, bringine with htm hi - w ... -- arJaiih. iuui. i be an elTjrt and a victory over a born-tirehim-el- f in thi county yet, although a num-- 1 prolly Ibilde, me Mwa Hattie Rode', to Nolwo faiullles can oceupv Hie s.me eottaee i that wlll'be worthy f honora- .her of orep have wiihont nnt aaktos a elsl lomrait tpecIM whoM he ti married in that city iant dioitiun & ble mention. -- Tbe .irinateadand Dudley farm, ni.r "bl" ';,;UN-:rorh,,ThnreJav. A commoda. Cinrin-nM- i, Lexington, was sold Fllturday to John T. Meaud acmnimctalliiii fir h.rr of the Cait. V H ,.i a.l 'ie circular to the C itinty ComisMen-- , Is its furnlelifd from lb tru'n A per acre. There are 234 ! lions n. . K.(;l.E.U.i.. w,.f Oreen River and Nnhville R R., er the Southern lipoition name the fol- Shelby acres. Sundty and ex preyed himelf lowing Hrticle for countv exhibit Ce- wai here The farmers are greatlr pleased with very hopefully o' the early conimencement real', grass-- , native wnoil', tninersls, build- their wheat crcp. Mr. John ti. Smith says, of the grading of that much talked of ing stone, ooal, clays, manufscuited gnod', "If the yield ever reaches a 1(X iu this road. fruiis, vecelabljs, tobaccos and wool. counly, ii has done so thi vear, and more.'' This nolUe forewarns humors, tiUermen and i ' l.iti.la without A stated amount of each isre'pired, which LOCAL MATTERS. h act the old jayioj; that a dry June is the tranirsnot all lreis'n are liaMe to be irKeuted as Ir la farmer and other can ascertain by calling sign for a bijr corn crop, we will have it to Hi full evtemof the h . ISlKiieJ I)0N'r mrgel to pty your accounts to day. stanliml Ky ttr. liin H-- M.McC'urtuack, on the commissioners. We sincerely hope this year. Indications iMint to that result, n. McKlttrhk ii it v.. v Ilisiiln-- . W. II . A rnenier, that each farmer will feel enough interest f r the crop i especially premising in this II. T. Iltub, C Kitbop, ltel.l, Leu Hulihle. ndveriislng the resources of the county county. H. Cotl, cabbage, putatce a tut cucumbers! Nk 1' p. nhmlix. H If Kins Ksllv, U (" Mi.Ciiiicz, C .', to aid u in matin; r display at the expo'"ouie of t tie little boys who have been Ii. O. A J I'. iover. at S. t- Myer M R I.j lie. (i. sition which shall he excelled by none turned loose from school are making from T. I,. Carter J. W. .1. Hill, white oak tobrcoo Foil SAi.K.-(i.- od Wm. Ilurloii, ask i the sampic, we will 75 cents to cue dollar per dav uatherlnc C. Vnnojr, there All we J. S. Jltiriiby, J. A. HarrK stick J K Wehb Sons, Science Hill." i J. M Hill, they are transferred to Louisville ' blue-gra- " eed. This much better thnn V. W. Carter, see that J. II. McAllster, Ed. Carter. nd properly displayed without a cent's Time Mower and Keaper Cn ami-ioJ, I). Join-- , T.J. Fosur. .1. y Montcnmerr l Mr. Alex. C. Koblnson has delivered T. M. White, at Warren & Met- cot to the contributors. and I'" f" Mr. .1 .1. Molieily, U.K. Marcuiu, V E Auion at this office the first specimens for the M.T. Kiissell. call's. II. J I.il Aimorni! the people of Llnciln county Liuisville Exposition, two bundles of blue-cras- A. I. NewlanJ, A. ' Nevrlind S. W.Olrens. It - settling tune now and I would be by a rotiMderalm- - majority are anything Irrl which measure more than five feet to all indebted to me for clothing but proud ol Cil. A. M. Swope's political obliuel in length. Farmers will please keep the to oll at once and pay up. II. C. proclivitie. tht-- cn but be proud of the ball in motion. DANVILLE satisfactory and creditable Hupley. maimer in Official statistic cive the number cf ullice of col which he has conducted the It horses now in the United States at 11,169,- TllKciiru jjivia us the which he Orchard the 12th and at lector of the Seventh District, Crab GS3 head, against 10.S3S.111 head last year, ( over to his successor to day. The Hustonville the 11. We don't know but hands an increase of 331 ,"7 head. The number of the cflice has been large and for husin suppose Stanford is to lsr;e a place of mules in the country ia now estimated millions of dollars have pased through it. at 1,1414.120 head. his hands, hut not a whisper of any irreguElsie Bethtice, administratrix of John Tub lluslonville N'alioiml Umk did larity has ever been made against him. It deU. Uethune, of New York, hag brought handsomely th lat Hix months. Manufacturer! of His books lave bahnced to a cent and suit against the well known turfman, Tho. clared a dividend of II per cent, tarried out cf office bearing the higheet lilintlH, Window he eoh J. Nichols, of Bourbon county, for fo'O,-00- Door, Sithh, JIt.OdO to its surplus fund nnd reduced its testimonial of his superior officers and Cashier J. W. Hocker the value of a number of race horses, premiums SM entitled to the warmest appreciation of the and also 53,000 damages for their unlawful and Door FrmtiCP, Mold- and the hoard of directors are to be conman, a seemiuly rure public as an honest detention. gratulated on their able management. character in these days of official crookedIhkh, Scroll Saw The "Luke Voorhees" cattle ranch, lu Tkaiiieiw ehould hear in mind that At ness and rascality. Wyoming, ia an immenre eetate. It com- torney Geieral Hardin lias decided that all Work, Turn- CitAii Onciuni) Srni.vas. A visit to prices 1,000,000 acres of land, 40,000 of heretofore issued lo teachers of this little parsdise convinced u that it was which are inclosed by one barbed wire common schools are null and void, accord never in better condition than at pres fence. It ha alo a water frontage of 30 liiK Lathe Worlf, passed by the last ;n. in tho school law . ent for the comfort and enjoyment of ite mne8 ftna wm eaally accommodate 75,000 TDt.Utnre. According to thia deciion guesta A number of improvements have nfg(I Flooring, CclllnR,V'n(U- or 2,260,000 worth of cattle. Thefe of certificates will not be entitled been added, notably a large building, the holders immen,e cuttle interests of the West have i....ufir m limw aov money irom me ground Ibor of which is to he used as a grown up principally within the last ten crboarding, Dressed Lumber State without beinir And other children's dining room, and the painter and j years. " r have been busily engaged. now Ci.ncin.vat, Juue 30. It ia reported Notice -- UriKht & Curran would supervision of President j ,hat Duncan KoH( lhe athlete, was killed announce to whom It may concern that Under the general party who ia owing them, W. T. Grant, who, we are glad lo Bay, i here they want every Alio Dealers la from'hls recent severe ac- Lexington, June 30. There Is another especially thoo Unit have run over irom fast recovering management of hitcll Jn the tran,f 0( theCollector's office last yer to settle the 1st of July, either cident, and the capable satisfactory notes. We Maj O. F. Miller, who is in chartte of the an,j gwope wij probiblv continue to col- payemhor umVe hotel, those who patronise the place this lect. do not give a Ioniser time than bix months Wayne ii decidedly n white man 'a Call on ui or write for rrlcw. Wo kcop a largt season are assured of a warm welcome and io nnd want settlement at that tune. leaso jou In price are aome county, there being 2.22S white and but stock and will do aur best lo i want every min they owe to bring in hii every attention pos'lble. There and quality ot material. The total value oi 40 or 50 Kuests already there and judging 137 colored voters. or their account by that time. They would PluiXISIS MILL CO by the daily arrivals the rooms will be full taxable property in the county is $1,739,- - HAXV1LI.E few days' notice when itemized aclike a PanvIUe, Ky, ' by the middle of July. 170. count! ore v anted. . j ! -- Ot'R corrrH)iidentfl are very negligent recently of the addition to the of late. Firt thing they know we will disdenlroved by fire, to Sim Thompcon for charge the U't one of theiu and hire them $1,819 60, hh beinj the lowest of fix bide. over at better wage. So look out. The work i to be completed by Oj'ober 1. Dni for curying the mail' by pike beA YoUNO fellow name! Anderaon fired tween here and L'ncater cloed yestera pfatol on the atreet Saturday night in a day and the service will commence on the fewifeet of the marshal and took to hi lOlli The competition wax pretty strong. luela. A warrant ha been lMied for him A number of fruitless effort at raining and he will be made tojtony up pretty lively or go to jail a aoon a he i caught. have been made in the lat few dajs, hut . ,n the earth is about as dry an ever. With TitcFirat National Rink continue to the harvest about completed a soaking grow and prosper. At a meeting of the di now. rain would be a God-senrectory yeaterday a dividend of S per cent. wm declared anil $1,100 carried to the ur TiiEdirectoi of the Farmer Natioual phi fund. The grow earning of the Rink Rank met, yesterday and after carrying were $14,600; the net $10,i7f; undivided Sl.fXM over to the surplus fund, dechred profit were increieed $1 170 a dividend of 4 per cent. The gro earuings were $!1,&2:J 2e, an admiraTun ladieaoftha Bright' Sdiool-Hoti'- e ble showing. congregation will give a mipper at that The store of Mr. W. S. Hilton was burnplace next Friday night, the Hi, the proM'untiin one night lat weeK, ceed of which are to go toward paying for ed at Kin an organ for religiou wurahip. The price it is supponed by incendiaries after they is fully S4 000 ha been fixed at 26c and the flipper will had robbed it. The include the eiihitantial a well a the del with but $2 ooo insurance, the (tolicy for CmfMering the low an additional i0'" having expired but a icacie of the eaon charge and the object of the entertainment, few days before. This item should have appeared in Friday's issue but was overit will no doubt he liberally pitionized. looked. Al'otvr 4th, 18M. -- A I leave here for I'oor-Hotire- The committee awarded the rebuilding , Paint Lick letter. m I semi-annu- J! furnace. Camp meeting will berfn at Linnetta Spring?, nenr Junction City, Wednesday, Jd lnt. The grounds have been beautified , 0therwie improved; good order will be maintained and ample accommodation will be furnished to all visitors. Mr. E S Lee, of the Farmer. Nation al Ihnk, has accepted a position in the Northern Bank of Kentucky, at Covington, nnd will leave for that city to day. Mr. R. M. Stout, who graduated last week at Centre College, has been given a clerkship in the First National Bank. The ludies of the Walnut street M E. Church South Monday night presented to Mrs Taylor, wife of- Rev. W. F. Taylor, a very handsome Japanese crazy quill (docks or iquares, of thirty-fivwith the uame of the lady making each square embroidered thereon. On the central mtistp, embroidered in golden letters of the Old English alphabet wan the in- scription, "From the ladles of the church Danville, Ky , 1884 " The pieces of which the quilt ia made are of satin, silk and velvet, tastefully arranged so as to display great harmony of color. Mr. and Mrs Taylor were the recipients of various other testimonial of regard, of an ornamental and useful character, the occasion bring the loth anniversary of their marriage Mr. Chis II. Lucas, of Cincinrati, a former citizan of Danville was welcomed by many old friends he.'c Monday. Hon A. O Tslbott left Mouday for Philadelphia to oin Iiis daughter, Mrs. Cecil, who has been visiting friends in that city. From Philadelphia they will go to Atlantic city to spend the heated term. Rev. I S. of Stanford, was in town Monday. Mr. I S. Warren relumed to Somerset Saturday evening J. B. Welsh and family of Kansas City are here on a visit to visit relatives Mr. D T. Fackler, former-- i Iv of the AditfiiU, is now in the loan and real elate husinets a! 01 Washington street, Pirtland, Oregon. Mr. D. S. Hamner is viiting his children in Washington, Ohio. Mrs. J R Marrs and daughter are visiting Mr. Jno Msrr at Lexington. con-siMfe Mc-Liro- y, BRIGH T -- & CURRAN WHOLESALE AND RETAIL - -- AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, INCLUDING THE Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFaiiand and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR .... .and Hamilton Plows, Sol Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning Plows, SPECIAL i ,u' pi ptr -- Riding and Walking Cultivators Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; I 26t-fi- 1 . HALE'S . WELL. Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting: JIa.eliiues; AII at bed rock pricks. j 1 o., d ..I.I WHEN IN NEE Of any of the goods named below yon should by all means buy them of ..... POSTED! ' ii. 1 -. T. R. WALTON I Corner Main and Somerset streets, where yon are sure to be TREATED FAIRLY & SQUARELY: eir loafinsr.-rGooraet- own ri-t- (jo-b- 0, PLANING MILL Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee,, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, COMPANY Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Hope, Canned Goods, and Fancy Groceries ' paper-hange- generally; Nails Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Tubs, some HarBuilding Material Churns, Baskets, Tobaccos ness and Saddles, and Candies, Nuts, Farming Xaimber! Cigars, Spices, Fruits, &c, andjall at Very Low PRICES. Country Produce Want- jed. H-gemi-ctMBlnteriorlour- Stanford, Ky., - RIuk Book. W L 1884 government The .econd' Toluoie of the offi-cotherwise known m the "Blue Book," which renter of tbe United Slut, containg a full Hit of the officer and Postoffice Department and ntwUt gerric, hasjuit nude its appearthe compiled every ance. Thi blue bjok is furnl.h to eecond year, the idebeini to Congress a complete Hit of the each new ,-. officer and employe! 01 me Pid and branches, with the vrhtch employed, etc. The thVstaTe from eotne first volume- made iU appearance eesaton. It months Bince, early in the in the emvarious departments except these ploy of the second ofthePoitoflice Department. The Post-offinames of the Tolume, containing the employes, is the one referred to above .,-- a, iuat out. It " volume u. the names of .tmnuin. besides !l-t:-. .mi molove of the Depart Washington, the names nf all meat in and the mail contra:tors, pojtoffice clerks railroad, all of those agents of the various employed in the mall messenger service and e and railway mil ssrvics, all all postmasters. clerks in all postoffices and interThe lift of postmasters disclose some There are in round numbtri esting facts. United about 60,000 poitmasiers is the from $3,000-pe- r run States,' waose'e-alariIndivida-a- l annum down to nine-- cents. The receiving the latest salary in thie is the postmaster at New York, whose salary is $3.000 -t- he same as the Postmaster General hinuelf. The smallest alary paid appears to be that paid to postmaster at Redallia, Pitt county, N. C, whose salary according to thU register was 9 cents. Postmasters understood, a certain grade, it will be are paid according to the number of stamps offices. Formerly they .1..1 .f according to the number of were paid stampj sold, bat this system was noi iuuuu posto be veiy satlsfctory, some of the business of selling stamps masters making a Now in order to get their percentages. they are paid by the number of stamp! cancelled, receiving the full value up to the first $50 and a certain proportion after reaching that sum. Oat of the 50.000 in the United States there are 2,000 according to this register whose salaries are is not to IeM thin $10 each'. Of course it understood that these persons devote be their entire time or attention to the duties the of postmaster for this sum. These are postoffices are located in counplaces where try stores or at private house and are kept neigheither as an accommodation to the the idea that their keep-inborhood, or with brings eome additional trade to the proprietor of the store or other establishIn Ohio ments where they are kept. offices where the salary is Iws there are 26 than $10 per annum, in Pennsylvania 55, in in West Virginia 111, in Wisconsin 50, 46, in Illinois there are 25, Mlf. Minnesota aouri 91, Florida 20, Tennessee 221, Iowa 42, Kentucky 133, Alabama 160, Georgia 149, North Carolina 310. There are among the 2,000 persons whose salaries are below $10 no less than 34 whose salaries did not amount last year to the sum of $1 each for the entire year. Of these postmasters whoso salaries were less than Pennsylvania $1, Mississippi, Louisiana and Virginia, Tennwee, have only one each; Alabama, Wisconsin, Kentucky acd have two each, while North Caroli na has no less than a drren postmasters who get less than $1 a yeir for services in this line. There were fifieen whose ahr is were leu than fifty cents for the entire ttu .r alt - ..cv letter-cirrier- ty be-lo- w i,r Rural The love affilr between the rural Atkanis almost saw boy and the girl of his choice pathetic. The young lady has no "parlur" where she can receive the young man nu where, safe from intrusion, make him feel the power of her smile. The "old folks" stay in the room and between the inquiries made by the old man concerning the condition of the crop! and the solicitude of theoU lady with regard to matters of poultry and household economy, there is very little left for the girl to say. Sometimes, by studied arrangement, she manages to place her chair near the young man. Then they occasionally turn and regard each other with looks of deepest affection. Sometimes the girl catches up a etringand wave Ucoquettiihly at the young "man. lie grabs at it and rays: "You'd better quit that, ur he, he." "No I won't," she replies, "an' you kaln't make me." "Don't you fool yerself, ur he, he." "Have yer run around yer corn yll?" the old man asks, who, although his early experience was very much like that of the young man, seems not to understand the situation. "Sided it one way," replies the young man. pretty bad?" Only tolerable." Then the young lady looks up and asks: 'Did yer mother's last eettin' of goose egga hatch?" "I don't know." "I 'lowed that the bid weather mout've had suthin' ter do with their not hatchin'. thing not ter A goose iasich ft plague-takeaet when yer want 'em ter an' aich letched things to set when yer don't want 'em ter, that yer kaln't put no confidence in 'em." The girl looks at the young fellow and giggles. "What are you laughin' at?" he asks. "What do. you reckin?" and at this brilliant repartee they both laugh. In the meantime she takes up the string again and. waves it at him. I'll take it away from you if you don't Love-Makin- g. "Cut-worms Chewing the Cud. ' ' I'llUFKHSIO.UIi 3FU3DFI. SLA-JLE.ne-to- fr it ! quit." "You kain't." post-miste- rs g Min-nwo- ta yeir.-Cincin- nati Times-Sta- r. incontinently iu jiatowo Herald. A Waihwghn Belle Unwittingly Marries an Old Man and is Still ignorant of It. An attache of a wlgmaker's establishment tells the following story: "There was a fashionable wedding in Washington not long ago where a beautiful young girl married an old man and did not know it. And what is more, she lives with him now and has not found him out. The groom was a handsome man, and was looked upon as a youcg man in focietr, in which he figured quite Fromiccntl7- - He had a ycuthlul face, was quick anl ereel, aud by coloring his hair, which was snow white, he easily pasjed with the youngest, ii-tiui. .n.i,i minnpr and callnlrv. h won the heart of the young girl he niarritd from a number of other suitors, many of them youog and handsome. The bride rnimx on. -I a orAt liellt. v Iraq P" o "Just before the wedding took place the man came to Washington aod bad hi own hair cut ofl and a wig made. Dying his lilir had worked very well while he was courtiny, but when it came to getting married he knew he could not uie dye without his wife finding it out, so be adopted a wig to get out cf the difficulty. The idea of hia young wife finding out that be was an old man nearly Bet him wild, and when he had gotten well settled under his wig he was the happiest man ever seen. Oa hia wedding day he was as frisky as a boy, and no one suspected hia secret. This happened eome months ago, and the bride is an old has not yet found out that he will proba-bl- r man and wears a wig, and she never find it out until old age aaserta longer iuelf so atrongly that it can be no now, They live in Washington concealed. to none and the secret is known probably hairdresser." aave the groom and hia freaks, Nature ia guilty of aome queer 10 cent dog, that baa for instance, throw a the river and he will BOver asen water, into when a $o0 awim immediately ashore; but education U whose -. ""- -. art has oeen ,m.-rN- ori. "Keep on a foolin' an' I'll show you." She "keeps on a foolin' " and he catches the string, says "thar now" aud puts it in his pocket. "What're you going to do with that old itrln,?1 "Goin' ter keep it as long as I live," he says, in an undertone of care, lest the old folks should hear him. Sunday, when they attend church, he conducts her to the door and then joins the collection of young men who have deposited themselves outside on shawls. When the "hime" Is begun he saunters In and during the sermon, should he remain inside, casts glances at the girl. Meeting her eyes he blushes and for eome time he has not the courage to look at her again. They take dinner at a neighboring house, where quite a number of young men and women congregate and at night he accompanies the young lady to church Should a "revival" be in progress, the girl begins to look longingly at him when the preacher calls for mourners and after awhile when the performance begins to glow with fervor, she goes to him and begs him to kneel at the bench. He hesitates, but finally goes and kneels. This action tells the congregation that they are in love with each other. After services, as they ride along, he says: "I wmh I had your pictur." "What do you want with it?" "I want it to keep. I am going to have my pictur tulc.in a few days." It is his hope that ahe will aak him for one, but as that on her part would be too decided a concession of love, she says nothing except to speak to her hone and complain of his stumbling, regardless how sure footed he may be. "I ain't goin' to have but mighty few tuk," he fays, endeavoring to catch a glimpse of her face, when they ride from the shadow of a great tree into the moonlight. "Why?" ahe asks. "Cause I ain't." "'Cause ain't no reason for a man." "It is for me," he replies with a sigh. "Nobody don't want one of my picturs." "How do you know?" "Cause I just know?" "Somebody might want one." "I don't know who." "Who do you reckon?" she replies, with a little laugh. "I don't know who wants it, but I know who I wish did want it." dwelling t Itlelinionil Every child living in the count. y hss sau u. A t m rta. . w. meww. Junction, wl.li tbuiit an acr of ground. Kor lornu stood and watched this curious operation & unovvw, call u or uddrn nuiiDETT j'Mi .It. I'lff MTV, Stanford and wondered what the lump wss which he .VTCO U IV IS V- -l A.T -. .V W i utnii,i. ni in ilia nnw'a thrjat and MT. VEf.NOK, KY. ! then go down strain after ahe had chewed it Milliuery & Dress-Makin- g ALEX. ANDEBBOW, for a certain length of lime. And perhaps IjA-AV- , A-'ATTOHNEV KY., A-MoKirvTVaSY! he may have seen the anxiety and turmoil DANVILLE, produced on a farm by the report that Will practice In the Courti of BotIj an J sJJolnln. I liar retelrM n full Hue of Terr Tarlety of ud In ih Court of Appeal. Mllltnerr. and Invite n tiisit"n of the suns. acow had "lost her cud" and as the reeul" couutlfi Mln Cxnlhla C.ron, who li as e.pert In the hui-lnof this excitement he may have seen the nnd prlcee will unlit ii. Homli J. H. FI8K. Jtttfi. 3t. 1". TAfll.KK, absurd attempt to "make a new cud," in And MaiterCommlitloner ilockcutle Circuit Caur. TrrIow. MtKlnner. Kr .11.11 MT VERNON, KY. the hope that the cow would by such means Will practlcs In th KotkcMtl Court, tollecI here is in tlooi a ipoclalty. OfHca In Court-houUJ Trd. M.rk. HVRRAT'fl 'Nl'EClI'IU, be restored to good condition. proportion of the readthe minds of a large theorem EnglUlt Kemcilv, ' LEE F.r HUFFMAN, ers of the Srientijte Amti i(vi (which simply H tj i: ? U a h)iUIt cure for Weak MemouTvrmit. ICY. Power, Nervoua means the community) fo littl correct un- OOct South slJe MIn Street, two door above ry, Lou of Weakneat, Exbaititlon, Seminal of "chewing derstanding of the true nnture the Myri Hotel luipotcncy. and (leneral Lom of Oxide. Osi administered when reTower o! the Oeuerallva Organs, tew word concerning it Pur Nitrous the cud," that a quired. n,l all .HteiiM that follow as a m-may not ba amiss. Bsfcre Taking, querns ot youthful mprudencnor DK. W. ii. PENNY. . l :.nihltil TflTt, lUCh TraJnMark. of which .k A verv laree triba of nnlmls, DoiltlHt. .r""": 7. . i . n.,"' - il.." aa " ai univemi STANFORD, KENTUCKY. sheep and cows are only familiar examples, bacit, DImnrM tf Uton, Jeuia. , , ..-- rainy otrar MM hnlir turaOld Am.and are called In works of natural history Jul lnnltr jr M.antlioSP.M. Ane,h.lal In all cue of reiuils minantia because they all ruminate, they fromStoi:.. wi "wiir, mlnufrftt because their chew the cud. Ther do .k.... ...tnrinr Ia or ialln2 vis- nr. iilxu to the y a brilliant of digeition require it; they Deculiar orusns !!! an,l.i.rklln,jlHautr. to the cheek, ! AfterTakUg. thoroiy blooouiofhealtB. cm eet their nourishment in no olhar way. rMurray'afpeclflel wld by all DrujuliU at They have, it is said in the books, four every morn-tuptckauei for 15. Al by alx II pur pakfcje, or on I will deliver Ice to regular cu.tooier. welpt of price at niall.poita free, stomachs, but the statement i.t not strictly aurV'ull pirtlcjlart lu utnphli, whloh will U every applicant. Addrew all entire digestion is d6ne In a ONE CENT nulled free to correct, for the to lh aolo mnufeturr. when single one, that which is olled the fourth, MF.DMI MXKI Account du at the clossot eath uionlh or JtUHItA Kantu City, Mo. cujtomer i"lt. the other three being only place! for prep a ;i7-i- f it. k. mia it now. Hold In ;iUtford by Penny A McAlliter and all food 1 swallowed aratory work. Their Drulitaeverv where A O) , Vi holeaala Aeenl ATlll PKTa Loulavllle, Wy. without bsing chewed; the chewing is to CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, i.lJ-lyr- J come later. When this unchewed tootl if UNDERTAKERS. swallowed it Pmbs directly into the first - - - - KY. term; but the MoKINNEV, stomach, to use the common animal takes goes straight drink which the Arepreparel ouru.fh Vood and !.Vlc Builil ( The aire cf IMbti, ro l.ert, and more latern Lutera bonea tbn any other and past the entrance of the first into the Cae, Heuv ind Birlal lwbe of all Viol In Keiini'kv. win make th wtm of IMI soak and softsecond. These two serve to lour mllea vnt of SUtitol.l. directly on the Knob jt Lick pike, and wlll ie permitted to rv mar--JO en the coarse food. When the first has theextreiiiflr low price of 120 the aeawn or J to Ininre. Parting with the warn forfelta tht done what it can, the food passes out of it Ilolaaa excellent brveler aud a ut. llra fjrnltheil at n per month. foal getter the second and then the cow or sheep into KIN.V1IKD It. Due ire taken to prsveot acclJenlt or aMapM, is ready to "chew the cud." will not lereponlbleiho .Id any occur Keel erat anxiety for th people, of dun'prd .and but o I'anmaia. Nobby I a Jet DkscmrTtos tnin The second stomach, while busily engag- Lincoln county and promlae to dp th 10 Uh bl . blk, witbtmall ttarand Iwowhltefwt. bonyhaudi iniart le, ed at work in soaking the food,, keeps it fir them If ther A Lancashire Iniuraoce Co., or I Inch hlh, flne mane and tall, lod The London e itlfut head and neck, exellent ehouldar, back are I J 'i J.0,. "' Liverpool, whow in motion and gradually rolls It into massevnimetry -- and will lolu-- ia f.ct fa.ltleu in Tnellofal.otLlvMinol.aneta IM.IH7.ri. or and guarantee there doran't 'lv aatalllon xwieaied of over es, so that in the small, upper put there is The LaiKi'li.M, of llanclintar, a better dlipoiltlon; and thee qualltlea lie almoat ny. an evldvacw hi formed an oblong Bolid lump of the sue when H promltr l fuy aU tutu nn ,tijr '";""n' lnvarlablr Impart to very pro hoiaeaAaof hiacrawed fitt that he will produce we recognixe as the "cud." This the very aome that on iod mare li the tact that uniOy: J".' '""' eM mXluk ipeedieet c it have nothing buta blr Willaedam animal throws up into the mouth and Write tohliu or . ill oa btin at Lin titer. Ky torecomtneod tbeoi ThlaofltMlt U roncluilve satisfsc-tio- n proof that the tpeed comea from the aire, tfomeof chews with evidently as much mile In the land have producthe ct of masticUion as the same Jlr Alex Jo!in9Uiiya. "I ed laUeoile t r Miu more of Nobby ' colt than any nun, delicate G-- . have handle.1 gives us when we put the most aaya "no anl lh.r are all favt " Mr Wra. Dmtd one with . Rxranasrs Mr Purdom ha 'tve betler ru morsels between our teeth. When it is suffiottmu bu mile In Its, l,:tlbai.lllatl.atl clo--i of ficiently chewed, the mass is swallowed and . hora can be found ' and iy "no Ivtter any lon roil I Mr place taaen by another, which had been Loulvllle. Kt , Claclnaall. O , and In lliQ.pollf, ' ..f K D. Nunea iy iw .eller " 1m arren lor its lUtiti the m.aH d every one a Upm. , A $oat. Decker to W. L. Ind, dealer In dteinway Voe A Sona BjI twin A Nobby made a recent of 2 23 and wai Mnecemry rolled up in the meantimr. llalnes'. J. A I' KlKher, Fair, Cleveland, Oblo. lor H.vXi if "But the "cud" thus masticited doe not Co 'a Cottage. Upri.ht anl Aiuare IMano Fort.;; riu'..UtvrD.iulr( tetluioolalt from the beat Eatey. eihonlnwr and Hamilton Oran. horeuieno'o.r intry rommer.dlna Nobby to return to the second stomach, from which In.tr.iuient.'datri.anl teruii to .lt p iNratlon taU loten ff good thbvoraid t . J, " ifflce Examine DontjlveyrorJer ?,ur horaea.but wl'l let the above it bad come. It pawes smoothly into the price and termr the Iwrae, an.1 If you are dUpoeed to give him your your third, a place for additional lubrication I wt i jjarantee value rr eived palroai.' o Nol by la by (Sarrord Chief he by I money and then into the fourth, where the true y Mem .iibj I'.ymaater. be bjr Cli e'. he Mambr io, b ' imp Muier OarrardChlel digestion begins and ends. laui Dot, i Dlxoa by Krat.k i. lam by Aratui; This is in brief the whole stnry and we C B dam fcy Uiiu'.letonun i ii. . dau byfarmer- nure chewing comes in; it Nntiy a dam a nee how naturally the v owne-- l ij U. K Uotdnn. of liarrard count. as in our own case, only tnai it ( It. II. fttOW. is the same . is at a different stage of the food's progrt-BURNSIDE, And we see also what "losing the cud" E. H. cow or sheep is suffering j really is. The E Old and Woll - Known .-. This irom inuigesuoD; mo nc.u.m Hotel Still Maintains its failed to roll up the little masses suitable High is nothing which the for chewing and there Route East AND brin up Of course, there- poor beast cn fore, the one thing required is to reitore; Iti Proprietor it Determined that,' Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. the tone and power of the Btoinach; not to it Shall be Second toinno Country its Fare, The only line running Hotel in the State buiden it with an "artificial cud," which Appointmenti, or Attenwould only increase the difficulty, instead PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINQ CASS tion to Comfort of of relieving it. their Oneitt. There is much joy in a Uugh, but there is no luxury to the soul equal to a tear BaiKan wlllbeeonveyed to idrronthe de I rree of char.. Hpeelal accommodatl ana raoM free from sadness. , to Commercial Traveler. The Bar will deal about exercising elwaye tapplied with the cbolctit LeniaTllIe.ClnclBBHtl and Lex Men talk a great . brand of Llqaora and Ctcar. li.Kieu, H. J., judgments, when it is their prejudices their they exercise the most. College. Solitude would bs a good plscc for a beConnecting la ame depot with faat train tot man to go to, if he could leve himself STAXFOBD, KY. hind, and ta'e only hi virtue along with ' 1- JX. 131-l- jr a' , fj"' ''"' , , ; - - ....... . d THE CRKAT Through Trunk Line o. AttoriioyA.tliiny, tlrit-eU- it ok) o N'ris H.-J- Without Change and wlih'Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST raokt louisvilui to tiii ROUTE i" -- I mm SOUTH & WEST change to .mphie, Atlanta, Davaaoab, Jackaonvlll., Mobile, and New Orliaas. Without Pill lUilV uAno N..hin., ruLLmftn P1DC Mill. Itock, Meotcora.ry, b- ICE ICEH ICE t! BEST R0UTETO FLORIDA In Palaee Cars Without Chaage. PER POUND. r SHORT LIME TO THE EAST rroM Louisville U PalxeCar wltheulehenie. Seeking homes on the LUIIUIlHrl I O line of this road will receive special low rates. See Acats ol this Cnmpsny for rales, rootae le.. or write C. P. ATHURt 0. P. & T. A. LouImIIU, K. PMlnniUTC NOBBY! Peerless Traction Engine. MEVKK I1EATEN IX A TEST. Five Hundred Dollars In (lold at the Cincinnati Kioeltlon In 11, the blfbeat award ever clven to an nlae' Tb. blbel award al Ibe fouih.rn Ktpo'ltloo. UullTllle. Ky III US, for the Heel Traction and Uoad Knsinet Iartlea desiring to buv Knelnea. (tensralora and Maw alllli will nlM. .d.lrew jr. . IIOI'K KH, Stsnlord, Ky , Or UtK'KKK A A.NDKKtO.N, JlS-l1M rU.l Mala HI., Loiilivlll., Ky Bd cents p.Kl and receive nf goods, which -- itik.i.il .f.i.k.. '..-..- . ,,, w, wi.mv, w ... uv, v. aim. luvurr riQl a. away than anythlnt In tkls world Fortunee await tb worker. ablutlv sure. At once Co., Anuiia, Maine. flrat-tla- ital-lio- 5W-3- u Fixe! Pire! Fire! at al APRI7P ,(ru,t. lr it e. al n.- 7Vcitor coMeot-bloode- d MOiVOiV Chicago ROUTE." Railway. - II. Bulclwiu d: Co., Louisville, New Albany & THE OXMsY LIHK RUfTNIM V Pullman LOUISVILLE Hrm-tA- L Palace TO Cars! j AND SOLID TRAIN! r CHICAGO Mem-brin- MYERS HOTEL, e. STANFORD. KY. Propr( Reputation, tbo-ouh- Notick -r- asvenjere Irom the Knot-vl'l- e Branch of I. A N. It. K. arrive In Lowlsvllle In time to take the evening train of the Mono Route" and go through to j,a UreencAHtlr, L'raniurtisTUlr, Irayette and Chlcatfo wltlioat cknce. TIME TABLE. nTATIONa. Dally. 1 fit. Inlly. Lve. Arr, I Kentucky's " Crawfurdsvllle " Ijl.jett... .. " Chlrago. IoulilJle.. OrMorntle. Ul 'JCtaia 1 IJ lu IJOira KK1.I.KH. (I lpni a tu lot sis li IU a lUia pm 01 IMpn The most direct rout., with only one chang.ol cars, to all points la Wi.con.io, MlnaeMta. lewa Nebraska, Ac For lurlher tuloruallon. aldreae t- - MURRAY Uuliflll. Kr f ,., KENTUCKY "JlIuo-UrM- H CENTRAL 1. A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. 1 Heme.'1 raox Shortest & Quickest Itoute Central Kentucky to All Fointi North, Emt,Wf it & Soathweit. Fait Line Iletween Stanford Female him. Don't be afraid to strike for your rights. With a Full Corps of Teachers. The world will give you only what you 8Mlon will open Ita ! th reach for and it will keep shoving that a Thl InitltutlonMonday In Hepterutwr next on the 3d little further off all the time turbed bv the fact thnt his sentence has been pronounced and a new trial denied Are taught, a well u him. He expects an acquittal through an The re- - MUBIC, THE liANOOAOEB. DHAW-IK- O appeal to the Court cf Appeals. AND PAINTING. r.nt record of lint court has been such as make this expectation a not unreasonable to Louisville Cimmcrciai. one. la tb In Tuitlot, prices r.nife from J.J to Ailronomers tell in in their own simple, reiular Department, i'rlmarr, tiv InrmeJIate lengthen, j 130; TrepHratoiy, tM and Cc.eglaU, ISO. intelligible way tlmt the Krithnl insoftheilay-- i - tltis to the, "tibliquity cf Kor full particulars, ai toBoaM. Ao.,adlren the ecliptic of the terrestrial horizon." Thin If UN. N. C. T:i:i:ilKAIlT, Prluelpnl. v.tnf'trd. Ucscln Co., Ky. ought to eet at rest the foolish idea that the earthet-uie dayntre longer bcaue Telecrapb Pi lier and Beta later The murderer ol Martin Cody is not disALL THE BBANCHEd OF A LEXIf.TO. A C'1.JI.V.ATI. ecbnlule In Effect June 3. IS4I. Sooiu-Boi'X- The Direct Eonte to Lynchburg, San ville, Norfolk, HoT7 Dally S o. All Virginia and North Carolina Pointa. hi. J'ally D.ll j bun Ka fun. W a ui 1 00 pro 3 34 4 . No. ij Lve. Covington...... Ithoboughengushcoubse For ticket, acd turtber Information, apply to your nearnt ticket office, or addrett VV. K. ARNObD, W. J. rlxao Advertltlni; At , Tkket atxl I'aM. Ajt., Sf nit NC, Loulavllle, Ky 340 W II. W. rilLLER C.W.Nrimi, " " Arr. " Falmouth Cynthlana.... 10 p m O.n'l Mana.-er- OenM . KlcbmoniJ. Virginia. aboi--t raaa'r A't. TERMS MODEKATE,; lj -- LE.vr.:; tkitii the- - c All lly 12 60 pu Arr Winchester. I pin Lve. l'arla 10 40 p in J 16 p m Arr. Winchester. 111 H v in 2 SO p iu Lve. Winchester . II 0 p IU 3 Un p in Arr. Richmond .. li SO ami I 10 p in Lve Lei. I'arls. Ialngloii 10 In p to ID 0 p ru 11 pm 3t s iu II 00a m 1 1 pm pm IS pin M a iu 4 IT pm IJ VI p iu 5 W pa VI pm OOpro B " " I Rowland jncailer .... T 20 p in I 8 Si p in a 55 ji m pm 11 0HI0 1 r MISSISSIPPI 'heleo! HJ. 'lrn. HOBT1I-1JOIM- fn. J, Dally. Lve. IUinlanl Dally Ki dun Ex. him. 9 IW a in 24 a in, a iu 1 1 l a ra 'J 10 No. I, Dally o ' "Who?" I to laugh. tur," she "Who do you reckon?" and he attempts know somebody that wants Bays. your pic- '' w- "Who?" ,;-"- iu '" ; "j - "Sue Joyner, the mi'chiefl" she repeats "What does that great, contemptuously. strapping ugly thing want with anybody's pictut? I reckon you want hers." "No, I don't." "Yes, you do and you know it." "Please don't treat me that way," saya he, in an imploring voice. "Never mind, sir. I'll tell her that you want her to have your picture and when you give it to she almost breaks down, but finally aaya "when you marry her here ahe breaks down. Their horses stop in the road. Leaning over, he catches her hand and swears that he will never marry anybody but her. They kisd each other and with hearts from which the dark shadows have crept, and into which the moonlight is shining, they ride on, purer in soul and with more unselfish devotion than all your glittering engagements where the diamond flashes under the ArLansaw Traveler. oleander boughs. "IeitSueJoyner?" 'She ain't very fur frcm here." "flowfui?" "Never you mind; he ain't fur." "I'd like to know " "Kain't you guesrt" T might make a mistake." "No, you wouldn't. Just try it and tee." At Geneva Like, Win., Andrew J. O'Dell attempted to outrage a young fiirl vUIting his father, who came to her rescue, when his Bon struck him with an catiin,' hia death. The son had been in the penitentiary for an outrage Bucklen's Arnica SaVe. ICARTER'S Wl.TTLE Southern Hauway have .No OiiiiiIImih fi-- r In 'hirlnniill - i roads i titer the same ,.K)t the ran 1 Central FaiDer Station. I he an omnibus s'atiiueut liy rival ilnei that there traiuter n fiuilrnatl, tefveen the Cincinnati I', y .... 1 Ohio A Mlituslppl K'y. Is ade- em 1'l.e .'e I. t 'iHnti:c.t 1 iVi,W Line The Only frcm I5W Cincinnati the whb a .ivecj-- Lancaster .. hlrhtnuiid.. Wlncheatir .. . M ii lit 2 is i m 1 ,) Arr. Lve Arr I'arls Lve Wlncliesier Arr I'nrli Arr Cynthlana Knliiioulb Covington . Islington l'aili O.lly .. s oo p in 3 M p iu li i 1 2 15 15 Oi a iu 00 a iu p iu, av p in1 7 I? a m i in in in iu 8 7 H e, illVER 1 110 rs r'.jiiailSt .d LllIieTliAI.S'.SbeiwfenClL. UlllJLnuli w iti. 'it transler forrdssen-iH- a: Intenucd'ate yow THHornn fly any Lv h o'l.erroi'e via ' .u.inuj'.i ibace of car. have a nitdnljhl Noaiil-lloi.t- Klnt. p 2 00 p 3 40 p iu 2 15 p 4 17 p m 2 SO p I 5ft p m 3 57 p , . fi 05 p iu 5 1M p in' S3') p m' j0 , ' a n M in am K. a in in tu 'I 5 in ,n in n n, 20 a til MAV.SVIM.r. IIKA.NCII, D , Only The leaving Lr i i,-. ill. r fr M- l!m .I rtt ra.. ,(Jb le Vej her" I" or money relunded. Trice 25 cents per tor. For sale by Tenny A McAlUter. A Remarkable Escape. Mrs. Mary A. Dailey. of Tunkbaiinock, Ia wa atlllcted for Ix years with Aatbtua and Bron. cbltls, durlnij which time tho bet phyilclans could give no relief. Her life wa doipahod of, until la last October she procured a Kottlo or Dr. Klng'a New Discovery, when Immediate reller-w- a felt, and by continuing lis me for a abort time he was completely cured, galnln, In eh 60 lbs, lu a few months. Vtte Trial Bottle of this certain cure of all Throat and Lung Disease at Tenny A McAlUter Drug Stern. Large Bottles 51.00 Tim IimI Salve In the world fer Cuts, JJru!e, Sores, Uloors, Salt Itheuui, l'ever Sure, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain, Corn, and all Skfn Eruptions and positively cure file, or no jwy required. J I guaranteed to give perfeit atlifac-tlo- n t cu lt!i ao I ableeucceis roaV.e (r.r:-of tuue.st ai.ai. '.mli.-tlnes- , , D tri's aftrr Drowsin n?, Tn'a In tha Side, A, Via 'a tin i mo; lizxiti.. K'.r'A .ttuab... .ma'at' Naneea, nearfaehe and rcli'Tn nil tx" iTradaehr.yctCartcr'aLlttloLlTcrniUarixqaatly Talsablo In Constipation, curing and pruveat.n,? corr ci tLIa finnoy:ns compla nt, vhilo th y oil dlaordira of tuo atomach, Btlmulat i thu liv;r and nuttlatc the bowe's. rin If th-- only csrvd SICK y h.ab neiowalac .r'aj n'i Th i,Mt ever placed within the reach of suffering humanity, truly la Klectrle Bitter. Inactivity of the 7fete are Solid Facts. blaod rurlfler and sytem regulator Actio they rcmldbolmotprIcc!ef j tothitewha aullir from till dlstreaainif complaint; bnt their coodnendoea not t'ndhTe, and tbiiii who once try them will find thcaa litttu nil! valuable In o many ways that they will not be willing to do wlUiou. taem. But after all ililc bud forta-nate- HEAD ACHE - 3IEDICI.E l; St. Lout in 10 hunri.wltb through Day an J Sleeping Cars. Bf.Mstemenls contrary to the above are deanl permus making liberate them are unworthy the confldei.ee of the public, not only la those, but la other matter. uUsrepr-'ieutattou- The Direct KoiitoSffeftVS via Let tivllle. 2 Solid Daily Trains,W?,' Line61;r.,i.n1rrr"loln,e Arr Mlllcrsburg. " Carlisle rnanjienuut. and In cc:i'iieuce Is the only line " Johnson .... which ac guarantee a cont!nuou trip. (i " Ma)vllle . Four 'olid Dally Trains CU.Ilitiall to fet. Iouls Tnr- F.very Car in Trains Buns Tl.toiuh. liri'at are Bin en Da Trains, t'alate i rs on NUhl Train. Ha tUaue. of Cars toi auy clan ol Lve Maysvllie Kverr ptseuger n has a seat In a Tiiroujli Cur All ('aril. la paiseciers are carrlei ou Express " Mlllersburj.. Trains' The Shortest and Quickest Line Arr I'arls from Clarlnn'l t' at. Louis' No omnibus " Lexington transfer lu Cincinnati tor pasienjers Irom C.8.K.B. " Covington The Only j.! Northwii ') p ui m. n I'h fii'n to mriiect with the e tue n.d. whlrh makes eon-t- . lii'.rt'. ii traits from St. I.ouli to mnaM at Line;Ss,,,T.M and Tv T Sunday only. tvoJT Ko":, n a a a Dallv I'.x. . a ' Ko . Dally V.x Si t. fin. Lve Covington " Lexington lH . . 7 00 a in 7 25 ... 8 15 7 JK 8 lu a in HO .S ) a ui 9 OH 0 17 n in id m a m 10 ) a 2 00 p m in 4 SO p u in 5 20 p m in A 17 p m iii 0 U7 p m in 7 0 pin in 7 nm tbe No. 80" tfOHll-IiOl'S- Sunday only. 1 1 .1 , 32 No. 51 Dally Daily Kx. Mill. Lx. Nin. S .N'o. pjin-iueiii- i p 111 3 05 p in si C 5 p U 57 p iu 8 no 7 21 Us a m 1 '.M p 7 II a in 1 47 p 80 p in f in a iii 2 10 p 15 p iu 9 10 n in n W i 05 p m tl 30 a in 5 35 p m )2 ni 12 npin llpm m m in in m ralmouth Anouiuiodatloii-N- o. 10,lally, leaves Covlnntoii 5 25p. , . Kaliiioutl 7 m No. , dally, Icavo Kalinoutb.fi 00 a m arrive .T.!!r.,,.08",m' N'V 3.S'""Iayonly.leiveCov. .rr. 3l,Hundayonly, leave Falmouth 3 v,MCiti,in"l8l,Sn;,n-- . lnton and Arff- No. Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constlpatloa, Weak Kidneys, or any dleae ol the urinary organa, or whoever ruiree an appetizer, Ionic or mild stimulant, will always fled Electric Diners me best and only certain cure known. They act aurely and quickly, every bottle guaranteed to giro satlfctlon or wncy refuuacd. Sold a) fllty cenU a Utile by Tinny A McAlliter. It the lane of eo tnanr lives that here !s where w make our great boaat. Our pilb curt) It wiiue othtradoaot. C'&rter'a Little JJvcr TJ1 arevcryamilland verycasy to take. Ononr two pijiamanoa aoa.... and do not gr 'pi or They aru strictly v;i.-tablminjf. dui nv ineir Btnua bciiuu mm j wa' ofotbem, IaviaUati'Jcenta; rlva foril. HuU vvtrywbere, or seat by mail. by CARTEV- en-ti- ro C0.,'e.T York. '" No. M dally exl 4 SOpmj arrive Par- 1.5 15 Note to PiiMemtera South of Wlnchfster: ll'-r- " alppl Ba'lway gmrantee the correctness of Ilk Snir3,T;. .' "v1 T' W,Dcb"' of Pari. statement and .very pronilM made the public, will be carried out to the letter. For full and reliable information In regard to Land, Ac, In the Western Slatrs, Iup, Uulde C nclnnatl and Richmond, V... Vew? und lowest special rate lor Ticket and Household ' P""t Comfort and Waa'hlng on, TO. (ioolt to all points Weit call on or addreai Throuuh tickets and tiagxaiiii (J. II. ALSOT, destination reache.1 by a railroad. lnfCKea to ny Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway. a. F. D. SIOR3E, w. h, WHITTLE8EY, Uarrodsburg, Ky A tint. PM!S!r.r.T?nt. Tr.r. W. B. BHATTUC, W. W. PEABODV, nT Uen'l Tut. AgV Pies't aal Gen'l Uaa'gr, 1' &T' 11. Ctadnsatt, Ohio. Manager. Pmi.' Agt. il,alf,'?ln'U).,,9,I,) Do Not he Deceived .Kit pin' L"J"n SSMnX ,V"V,'.W,"" ''" cM'smi'tir' U-- ar W.r 0..