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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884070401 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. jfcmi 'weekli! VOLUME XIII. Stoii-S8ttthlB ntefio 4, 1884. LINCOLN COUNTt- onfn NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., EEIDAY, JULY MT, VERNON DEPARTMENT. 264. $ntcrior$ounwl W. P. WALTON. PAINT UCk, GARRARD COUNTY. CRAB ORCHARD. ltnblihnl Tuemlnvn niif FW.frit, 83.00 XEIl ANNUM Whin paid itrtcttr In alvance If wj have to were fined wait anr time, S3.de will b ehanwd. Mr. F. M. Luies and wife returned Managed by Jno, B, Fish. home from Kansas Friday. They are very There is a great deal of excitement in thin count, over the working of ths new much pleased with the country. Flies and rats are about to lako this whUk law. Tbe 'VpecUl grand jury" is in teflon put of the country. Everybody ts huntat this place every day. It is principally ing Uy psper and "Rough on RaU." The Kest boys at this writing are still composed of the bounty attorney. Bal Chumley ard John Chumbley at large. Everybody in the county is sym- $'!' and cou each for retailing beer at Pine Hill without license. A crippled and deformed man named JUDGE M. J.DUXUAH Durham attempted to commit ''Suicide at a a Candidate for Conjrou In tba 1th Dlitrlct LWingaton the other day by .hooting him tubjtct to tbe will of the Democracy. elf. He did not huccmiI. Mm. Kate Robarda and d luhler, of JAMES II. McGItEAKV lltrrodsburg, are visiting friends and rela-livIt t Candidate for Conjrua la tbe Klf hth District, at this place. Cipt. V. II, Bpradlin, subject to lbs will o tb Democracy, of Gallatin, Tenn., ia Waiting in tliM cum-munit- y. W. XVI. LiIVK STOCK U.1KH HIOCK CONNER, MERCHANT! TIRUS. COMMISSION CINCINNATI OKFK.CK IM-illKE- OHIO. Pfc"S. The hardest rain of the reason fell Ilinkof Kkpbwki. Merchants NationalCovington, or National B.ok of Turnday evening. Kocks weighing 15 to anro8..rof Uuone county. Kr. U0 ounds washed down the streets almost CttU W-o- .n, fiJKL'WTOH. tbe same as straws. A great deal of hill Hogtialeeman-- B. F. UKEBNE. M. CONKER. side land that had been freshly plowed was Bhwp Salsaman-- W. washed clear off. The town branch got higher than it had been before in several -- Persona who are iodebted to me by lore account or otherwise are hereby re- and aettle same with cash cheated to or by note. My accounts will be placed in the hands of an ofUcer for collection on the lat of August, 1891 On that date I will cloce my books and do nothing but a strtcS ly cah business F. L Thompon, cll DANVILLE- year. The water ran over tbe bridge at tbe lower end of town. Married. On Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, Mr. X. M. Sbumite, of Paint Lick, and Miss Maggie Adams, of ibis place, were married at the residence of the bride' father, Mr. G. V. Adams, by Elder M. It. Moore, In hii usual, beautiful and ituprt. Manufacturm of- Only a few particular sivs manner. Deerx, i 8tuk, IIllBdH, H'ladew friends were present; there were no invitat tion. The attendants were Miss Mollle MeltsV Had Tatutn, of Crab Orchard,.ind John B. Fib; Mra.MollieaLovell and Jatue Maretjfof this, place Everything went iff loyelyf u 4 . . ' a marriage bell, birring tie Uct that we A Si t k Werk,THrH- failed logetlo klM tbe briue. A tew or the email boys assisted by lonie ot the WerWV larger enrs and a few neroM made t.iut Iuk hideous with thtir cow. hell', tin horai. . . FIoorlHif, CrlUuK.Wealfc- - . pans, tic. The most pernicious law ever pissed by LHsalier any Legislature, is the one wbiqb allows an crboardlnR, Incompetent magistrate to call before him AnJ other any person that he thinks proper and swear him to answer general!? any questions he may be asked, therebr usurping AIm Dealer In the power and authority of the grand juries. I have heard, but don't kaow it to ! be true, though I have good grounds for believing it, that Bal. Chumbly was taken CaU oa ut or wrlu for price. We kMp a large into sn office in this town, where he was lock aoJ will do our beat to pleaae you la price prooiited his liberty if he would make afand quality ol malarial. fidavits agaioit certain parties at Pine DAXVILLK rijAMXH MILL CO Hill and Livingston. Affidavits were pre pired and Chumbly was sworn to them. ddtiii. Kr- Chumbly wssnot liberated but was put to LASCABTEft ABTKRTMKKXNTn. He work on the streets to pay his fine. will not make any more affidavits. The proper authorities ought to have sense and H. V. WALTEK judgement, enough to not turn their prose LANCAdTXR, Kr. cutions into persecutions. Offlceo-- .r Cltlieni National Bank. OAt hen ' from S to 11 a. m. and (rout lutr.n, The strongest and bravest document PLANING MILL COMPANY -- ler Frame, Itlie pathizing with their distressed mother. One of our young men left Tuesday night on the 7:58 train on his way to Mt. Vernon to take unto himself a better half. Rev. J. Q. Pmjd. of Kirksville, will commence a protracted meeting at Walnut-l- a College on tbe fourth Sunday in this month. Harvest is abiut over and farmers say that tbe wheat is not thick on the ground, but tbe heads are good and the yield will be fair. Harry Cistleman, the giant baby, wjs hereon exhibition this week. He is tbe largest baby of his age in the world. He is six years old and tips tbe beam at 160 pounds, Why is it that our candidate) don't come around and give us a little chin music'' We can hear of them speaking at hll the little towns, but they give us the go-bThere are several voters in thin vicinity who are not fully determined which wav they will go. If Durham and McCreary will come up and give us some of their views, perhaps they cm convert some of the almost persuaded ones. Mrs. Willis Adam, 8r, has been losing a good man7 chickens. She found one morning 17 killed with their legs only eaten off and body not touched. She thought it strange and resolved to look out for the intruder. Mr. Adams heani a disturbance among the chickens one night and went out and found his dog in the coop, having a picnic on chicken legf. He caught tbe dog by tbe bind legj and brought him an over hand lick against the ground a time or two and put his lamp out. The Boston Herald says. "The voters who refuse to support Blaine and Logan do not pretend to be any better than tbeir The Methodist brethren are holding a protracted meeting at the Christian church, No additions as yet. We had another splendid rain laet Tuesday evening. Corn is growing rapidly and the prospect is now very flattering for an abundant crop. Brother Bogle was on our streets a lew days ago renewing old acquaintances and making some new ones. He will run a "pretty good hickory" in this end. Metcalf, the man we spoke of in last Friday's issue as being stabbed to the hollow by unknown parties on Fall Lick, ,'s able to walk around and it likely to recover entirely Everybody is preparing for the coming show. Crowds of small boys and the color ed population may be seen almost every Although the weather is hot and oppressive, our trade is continually o hour in the day gazing with admiration at the show papers and asking the increase. A great many predicted for us a short stay in Stanford, boto-theach other many times, "Do you reckon contrary we wi&h to inform the people of Lincoln county that we are- - psw they will iho wall there is on the paper.?" manently located here and intend to continue to Miea Hattle Friibie and the children ot D. B. Edmiiton have been spending some days with the family of John Edmiston. Th'otaw B. Carson and his pretty young bride are visiting relatives here' Scott Firris ii putting the race course in running We don't have to give chromoa to inorder atid is repairing and remodeling the such aa can be found nowhere else. stables. Scott has the energy and if he had duce people to buy of us. Our success is solely attributed to the wonderthe money would make it second to none fully low prices we mark on our goods. Not a day passes but what wee-ar- e in the State. J. T.Lnsley, a former citizen r a9ked how we can aflord to sell goods at such prices. Wo answer of this place, now a popular Cincinnati buyer in New York is always on the alert hunting up bargains aad w drummer, is taking a vacation among the give our customers the full advantage of them. Just friends of his youth. THE 3WFLE8.AJT BAKBAIN STORE Low Prices Make Business Easy. open-mouthe- d e OFFER EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS. tha-t-ou- Dr'Ml Building Ittaterial Fh ruling; IiUitiber HUHOON DENTlW'ii u r. HLBBta. a. XTToit'lBV'5 Abraham Lincoln ever penned was a brief message which he ured upon Congress not jjujlW, only the honesty, but the duty of the GovLANCASTF.R, KY. ernment (laying the loyal citizens of MaryWill practice In Harvard and adjoining etmaUn and Court ol Appeale. OrBee In Ike RoMotoa block, land, Virginia and Kentucky the value of l4-l- y South Side Public Square. the slave property of which they were deprived by the emancipation proclamation. In 1S70, lion. Garrett Davis offered a resolution in the Federal Senile dirfcirg a specified committee to report an act in with Mr. Lincoln's suggestion, in suppoitof which Mr. IJiy.rd delivered an excellent and able speech. Tnis speed: is now raked up against him by the Washington correspondent of the Owner Juumal in B:e:kinridge. the interest of McDonald. n, nuaDBTT. UUDDLE A UUKDBTT. - ENTERPRISE Grocery. Kentucky, XmncaMtcr, News, GEO. D. BURDETT cb OO-- . HAVE Lately been Making Extensive Additions To Their Stock ei my revolver cu And now haye the Best Stock ia C ei "I had au old cartridge in times without which I had snapped twen'.y tral Kentuoky. They have Parlor exploding it. I slid to myself, 'I bet if I and Bed Room Seta, Carpet, point this revolver at my finger this binnCane and Penitentiary , ed cartridge will go off' I tried it .ind it Chain, Marble Top, did explode. That Is how it happened." Centre Stand & Extension Tables, The most successful counterfeit of the Woven Wine, Cot-te- n dime Is said to be made of glass mixed with Top and Hair Matsome base metal by n process unknown to tresses, Folding Bed Lounordinary workers in metal and glass. The ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes counterfeit looks exactly like the genu. and Sofas, and Everything Else piece, but on being struck with ine Store. a hammer is crushed to pieces. Kept in a ten-ceFirst-clasilFurnitu- re Ife sites We all remember the story of Peter tin! Great, of Russia, who, when in LonJon, seeing the gentlemen of the green bag in great crowds attending the courts and inquiring who they were and whtt they did, upon being tedd that they were tho-.- e who frequented the courts and lived upon tie gene rocity of their fellow mm, replied that in all theboundery of his territories there were but two, and he would hurry home, and have them arrested, tried and shot. Judge Birnsm A Marylander explained t the do: tor: GranulRte! Hngnr Price j. S fS7T I rot x iuiIimi FSMtin ) ville this week and is likely to die on acreaitdy, to cure Femala Dlaeas- a ale count of it. The same old serpent seems Ifjou hare a cot J In your heat, boon In a drill ea, tueh as Ovarian troubles, ionammation ana ant have th remit of your Iraprulenca annoying , ujcrttoo, Falling and dliplacemint or bearing to continue to hanker after the female your comfort. Insufflate with a few applications of down feeling, Irregilarttttee, Barrenneas, Chang of Mother Eve. Of Kentucky University, Lexington, Ky. Papllloo Cttarrh Cure am you win ua reiierea si of Life, Lo.corrhni, betides uiaoy weaisnassea ij la lb JW Wl Tl'Hl.m. HIiKtrtU aar fcfi Tim. la Mmpl'i. tb. fall Plpbma nulutM Count aiwui 10 once. For ule by Mcltoberts A SUgg. aprlnglng from the above, like Headache, Dyspepsia in its worst form will yield to .at lor viwki atrr.nT.ul C., iMltkllof Tultlm, Weakness, BleepUaane-- a, Kervoua ftvwt laaruailt.fM. T.lfir.phx a il.llr. Uutut Cur, Wo have never beard of aucb niarveloua cures of 500 use of Carter's Little Nerve Pills aided Ovr tbe frw. I.1M rorire1. B,at Palpltatloa of tbs Heart, Ac. Kor aala by ttuplli Ut .r fr.ra l& u t tf .r f mi, from n Sut.t. la- - by children and adulti aa Paplllon Cough Carter's Little Liver Pills. They not Coujtu la r 80 per bottle. 8od ttriirl ml '. im'NiuiriKiwvi ut i.w wr II nd You ihould have a bottle la your druggliu.. li-M.a. . DaltrnllT MimI.1 M.m foc.f raenari aaJ auln .. Prices. ,.n. 1 ft K, ram.Kt.fr ..,, V 1 otily re.leveprtJonl distress, but strengthen Cure produces. IrlnUmi i'W.im liu trHinn,' Tali twaailrurclir It r.M,..., fra' sale at McBoberta'A 10 ut. aiarcn.li For '' houaerln'e'nwo. hulikM.aii 1.4 &i.k4..i ill 1. ..a lo.tln. D.llp.11.. ! .For sale by Penny A McAUiter, Druggists. Ml SttHm 9ri " r.rrirealu.strirtJarUtfarfe tHeltomach and digestive apparatus M tail's. fe-- fjr rsl that a city girl geU her It ankle bit by a snake, but one did in Louisis not often neighbors. Tncy simply asaert their right that of independent judgment and whatever others m7 do. they must stand bv tbeir nrincinles and be true to their con victions. They hold that a nomination unfit to be made is not fit to be supported, The fact that a mjj.ity has decreed nucli nomination does not atiect them Prefer-- 1 Bro. aooLE. Mr. J. u. l'uiuam, now ences may give way to superior numbers, one of the editors of the Harrodtburg but principles caa not. Mr. Blaine as an Democrat, says in that paper: "From tbe individual is agreeable rather than otherIktekior Journal we see that quite a wise to tbe moat o' thoe who find him ob flittering call has been made on Rev. J. A. noxious and dangerous as a political lead l)M'a f,t tTr..tnnllta In llA A randlflftt. - .... . . . a AJVKIC U. l.Mniuuilni. " " . . a er. Uutit is as a political ieauei, anu to a , nf P political office, the reiwt in dignity and mon Schools of Lincoln county, and that influence in the gift of the people, that they he has accepted. We have no doubt he are asked to accept and elevate him. With will make a most excellent officer for the their views of proper methods iu politics writer knows him well and the worse and the true ends of government, ther are thing the reverend gentleman ever did If a was to lend in his well written correapon unable to support such a cisdidste man is to be called a 'Pharisee' for adher- dence to the Interior Journal just as ing to bis conscientious view?, rightfully the; were almost ready to go to press held, what shall be said ol those who stifle Bearing this exception be hardly has a their convictions and pock it their princi- peer in his county. We forgive this now party maples at the beck of a and hope his path may be strewed with jority? It is wearisome to be obliged to re flowers, for he is a gentleman and schola r peat that parties exist as means, not as and ought to be elected. ends as instruments to work with, not an Whit i Muslin This Summer. the final result. With the professional paris a pleasing feature of exhibits of succeeds is It ty follower, everything that With the citixen whoae only in- Hummer costumes, particularly of white success. terest in parties is to secure decent politic- suits, to see that the old style plain white al and good government, much that sue muslin dres is revived among others mere His interest or les ornate with lace and embroidery. ceeds is worse thnn a failure is to secure a reduction of Ready made white lawn dresses have not a in ptrly eucce-burdensome and unnecessary taxes upon particle of embroidery thereon, trimmed addithe necessities of the people; to estend and only with tucks and rutlles, with the reform ia tie evil service; to tion cf a pretty sash and a large corsage perfect the maintain an hjnest and stable currency and bouquet of roer; these make lovely sumto con'icue the site, traditional policy of mer ilresns for afternoons on the piazzas at and ivuin,! watering pieces, or at country cottages on min ling tU?.r own the seaside in the months of July and or amcloua either entangling nliUuceJ Then what can be prettier or in the aa'rs of other nation. A'igut. Neither Butne nor Logan represent!? the nicer to wear at home in the cities, by viewsand wish? of a large body of repub- there who will stay and share the toils and plain licans and independent 7oteri upon these sacrifices of their husbands, than a Why white muslin drte dontsed afur the doquealioua. and other important nhrmld anv inaa rote the wav he doss not mestic iltftie-- j of the day are over, and bread-winnthe think ti a better alternative is offered him? worn to jive the weary pleasure of resting his eyes on something n Jt an hones, man'a vote represent Should a priocipil rather than a prejudice isml .cool and fresh in his own home when he conviction rather than cowardice? In ad - comes in tired and limbed with the heat ditioa to these public considerations, it re ! and dust cf the office or store? muns to be said that Mr. Blaine's course j If ihe young women at the summer re while in the House creited an Impression sorts will be content with such an approach decideJly unfavorable to his personal in to bareness as can be obtained from very tegri.y and that his brief administration in thin white dresses, they will not only be the foreign office proved him to be an in wiser than if they lower the line of covertrigulng and thoroughly unsafe official, ing altogether, but be fir more effective in with a natural affinity for the worst ele- driving male observers distracted. There ments of his party. His appointments wera is nothing more charming to men's eyes than the delicacy and softneea which white many of them discreditable, and his 'forolgu policy' a compound of blus- lliifliuess imparts. ter and reckless adventure. If it be 'phar-isalca- l' Pait'vs Cure for Piles, to resist the election of such a mischiTo the n.p of this county we woall siy that ef-maker and demagogue to the presi- wo bare been alvaa tbe sgencj ol Dr. Marchlal'a guaranteed dency, the sect of the Pharasses will be Italian Pile to have increased wonderfully before to euro or vumj refuoJei Internal, External, found Plies. Price M centa Bliud, BleedlDiorltcblo.; next November." abox. No care, no py. Penny A McAUiter, If your face, neck and bscils ara auntiurue-- l or Druggists. Inflamed, bathe them with Paplllon Bkla Cure; Daughters, Wins and Mothers. lutlaniautlon luitjutlr. For Bale init Lancaster. Maggie Palmer, infant daughter of J. T. Palmer, died on yesterday at 11 o'clock a. m. R. H. Tomlinson sold to L F. Hubble 4 chares of etock in the Citizens National Bank at $110 per share. There are in the county 2,737 white children in school age, classified as follows: 1,363 males against 1,301 females. Rev. W. O. Goodloe was installed as pastor of the Presbyterian church of Lancaster on Wednesday evening. Dr. Stephen Yerkes preached the fermon, Dr. McKee delivered the charge to the pistcr and Rev. J. C. Randolph to the congregation. The National Bink declared 4 per cent, dividend for the lat six month;. This bank has a surplus of $85,000 and 517,896 17 in undivided boy profit. Dr. N. Mays his a ' at his hou-George R. Hardin will be mail messenger from Richmond Junction News. i to Paris. nine-poune i A few days ago we received Six Cases Ladies' and Children's Hats, -- And as it wag a little late in the season, are ilwn serial! Bega They are going fast, too, '' , Iu the last few weeks we have sold twelve dozen Dr. Warner's 1 Corsets at the extremely low price of 75c each, Which is less than wholesale prices. Are about out of them now. but wiU shortly have others at as great a bargain. ...... ,,.,, I BOOTS & SHOES In this department our trade has been immense. All the reason we ca give is because we save you from 25c to $1 per pair on same class of goeti-Bold elsewhere. loud-lune- d HATS AND CAPS. From the amount we have Bold one would suppose that every man and boy-i-n the county had one of oar hats; but the trade in this line does not seem-tfall off any. Our men's fine Straw Hats at 50 centa are a big bargain. Tbejr are fully worth double the money; men's Still Hats at $1, $1 50 and 91 75, worth from 82 50 to $3. Another lot of men's soft Fur Hats at $1 25 eack. Boys' Wool Hats 10, 15 and 25 cents. o OLOVESS & HOSIERY. 75 cents; 300 A job lot of Ladies' Silk Gloves, assorted colors, at 45 centd to close; wortk. pair Ladies' White Cotton Hose, slightly soiled, at the heard of price of 5 cents per pair; worth 20 cents. Other goods in propr tino. u. ClaOTIIIMG. Boys' Wool Knee Pants 25 cents per pair; Boys' Good Wool mixed Suit 81 50, 81 75, S2, 82 50 and 83, running from four to eight years old; 25 Child's kilt Suits, from a Now York eherifl's sale, slightly soiled, at 81 50 and 82; worth double; sizes from 2 to 6 years. Don't fail to see them. all-wo- Over 8,Q00 Spools of Our Machine Thread Distributed through the County. Bnish, 6 cord, 200 yards on a spool, Warranted to work on any chine and we sell two spools for 5 cents. You can get it nowhere else. As we receive goods almost every day It i3 sofc ma- You will Always Flue! soBuethiasg 1 Hievr at Our Store. )) It will allay the at McKabirta A SUgg'i. Wo einphstlcilly guiraute) Dr. Marchlat's After you have looked all over town, come here and note the diflerence u prices. You will find our goods all marked in plain figures and if not aa represented, your money will be cheerfully returned. We especially ask. can to come in during the week and not wait until Saturday,, as we.&r-erushed then that wo can't give you the attention we would like to. Follow the crowd and you will be sure to find the place. tho-tba- t o n. itjeft-iif- ul OrigiMtera and Promoters of Low the St Asaph Hotel, S. Ii. POWERS all fc CO., Prices for People. a&"Uni the , - r ni-- noe-1.- uti,aii.ii 'MAsnroot-V- t KENTUCKY, a4Jr IU rrwUeot, W UM VH H. SXi r H, MIlMt.S Tjie opposition to Cleveland continues nal fcferd, Ky., July 4, 1884 W. P. WALTON. VnEH not trying to boom McDonald the Cornier-Journput In iU odd moment in getting up a boom for Phil Thompson. Any little bill that he has had before Cjngresa has been magnified into great iraportaace and one it almost left to imag iee that Philip is a leader among Tuesday's paper contains an inter new with' lm in which he says In reply to a qaeation as to his intention of being a candidate for re election: "Oh, yes; every- :.-.- . i v. n... oaay i now. .l-- . uij ,Da j and as I have only represented the return district, as at present formed, one term; if my record here is satisfactory I suppose the newcomers will give me the usual indorsement. However this may be, I will be in the ring as sosn as mv duties here will let me off." He declares himself in larerof the bill giving Federal aid to edu cation and upon this issue between his democratic opponents he evidently expects towia. There is no disguising the fact, Thompson has made an active and creditable member in Congress and deserves much praise, but we think that if there were aothing else against him, the fact that he htm already had three terms will operate to his disadvantage. Philip ie neither a Carlisle nor a Blackburn, that the people of thd Eighth District should continue him, at Washington indefinitely. ) It-wi- dr Nine hundred starving Indians are killing range cattle in Eiateiu Montana and the stock men threaten to make armed resistance. Senators B?ck, Voorhees, Harris, Garland, Hampton and others leave Washington Saturday for the democratic national convention. Z Gov. Knott has tendered to Hon. E. D. A conr.EsrosDENT aks whv is Blaine Standiford, of Louisville, tho appointment called the Plumed Knight? What is there as Commissioner of the Central Lunatic that savors of dauntless deed about that Asylum, at Anchorage. man? He was of suitable age to be a solTho Illinois delegates are nearly unandier in the war for the Union, but he pre- imous for Tilden. After him the mrjoiity ferred to keep out of danger's reach. After favor Cleveland. McDonald and Biyard the war none was so bitter as he against have followers in the delegation, the men whom the courage of others over At a meeting of Western distillers at came, fighting brayely as tbey did, "in fair Chicago, s. basis for a new pool was decided field." Was his brilliant capture of the on, which provides that distilleries shall be Mulligan letters the deed ol daring which run at 28 per cent, of their capacity. crowned him "Plumed Knight?'' Perhaps At the latest dates the visible supply hie knightly conduct toward unfortunate of sugar in all countries was 1,021,05.1 Chill when he was Secretary of State enti tons against S 15,212 tons in 1SS1 and 754,-41- 7 tles him to the character, or bis conduct at tons io 1882 at the corresponding date. the Garfield assassination, when, without A teacher in Hardin county recsived either the courage or presence of mind of a the following excuse fcr the absence ol a man, he fled with blanched cheeks and scholar: "Tommieetadc home cuz he had shaking knees, thinking only of saving his no cloee and that's excuzenuff god nose." own bacon, We give it up. Ask Bob InIt is estlmited that the acreage of toTiir.iu: seems to be scarcely a doubt that gersoll. bacco planted in Woodford this season will 1C Southern States, with 153 electoral the approximate to 4,600 acres. The total MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. votes, will go other than democratic, and acreage five yeari ago did not exceed 40 there are 17 Northern and Western States, Allan Pinkerton, the famous detective, acres. with 174 votes, that are as confidently U dead at Chicago. There are 2C9 known varieties cf cher to the republicans. The doubtful The wife of R. H. Koucdtree, Esq., of ries, 60 of apricots, 239 of peacbw, 1,087 of Slates are California, Connecticut, Indiana, Lebanon, is dead of an affection of the pears and 277 of plums. Ttii at the openHtm Jersey and New York, with 74 votes, brain. ing of the fruit season will be of interest to ATOstof tbeee the republicans have to get 27 The Chancery Examiner reports the he small bov. to give their candidate the necessary 201 deficit of Churchill, of Arkan Lizzie Bradley, of White Cloud, Km., c electoral votes, while the democrats will sas, at $89,000. r ni indtMcx! to tne by note or anoint All e who commenced her suicidal fast mention--t4fO- s must now iiu :o'wr,rd and eltlr the Should the Stales first The decrease in the public bebt doling slays ago, died Monday, after rigidly adMiiirat ccce, hi 1 Druggists and Booksellers, it is conceded, the democrats will June was. $9,1:16,250; decrease since June hering to her determination neither to eat Intend to Close Up My Business fare to carry New York and one or more SO, 1883, $101,940,971. or fepeak again. ellbe doubtful States to make their Ami from thli ditr ! will Krtl The River and Harbor Bill passed the Justices of the peace are now made li they do it? Senate yeitsrday after a lengthy debate. election sure. Can able to a fine of not less than $20 cor more Groceries, Khcob, HnrdwHre, -Wkfa New York 192,854 democratic at the It appropriates $13,584,700. C, soa than $100 for failing to keep a full and fair 4a4 gubernatorial election, Indiana 10,924 Collector Swope took in $254,509.57 in record of the proceedings before tbem in a STRICTLY CASH or PRODUCE, is the last State election, California 23,519, Internal Revenue last month and over book to be provided by them. And if aor mount rr wide it tnjit be with thr !Ntw Jersey 6,809 and Connecticut 4,161, UDdcnUndlDi; that thX air to I paid during the year closing with June. The Boston Star is authority for the dlttloct ben cll?d for TbaDalri mr ruitomrra for mm A democratic prospect is bright and prom-asiqThe Democratic Congressional Con- following: "To hpeat, riot for a in llceral -1 with Blaicc" is the iDceof ratrcn(a on tbemore solid bull con 11 du a CASJH, the same vention of the ninth district fans been call- Logan is accused of wblch, from siperifoce, I kcow to t greatly to remark that General There ia no pretence anywhere that any d to meet at Catlettsburg. Thursday, Au- - making two years ago. Now why in thun m aafanur oi roiu oarer ana trutr. IluttoDillIc July I, 'SI. AND- J. IU. COOK. t affecting Mr. Blaine's character ia RUa. 41. 1 with Blaine? ' An explosion in Wellington colliery, der did he want to go to "h the outcome of political feeling, of cam--?F'lii-nitiii-- e The Toledo Commercial Telegram will ! excitement, or of partisan malice. Nanimo, British Columbia, Monday night publish an interview with Frank Hurd tokilled twenty-fou- r and injured a number Mr. Blaine goes before the country squareA Full attd complete Hfvtorlment of day. He says the New York delegation Furnllnre, embracing ly oo his record. There is no concealment of others. rroin the ChenpeMt to the FlueM 1'arlor Nulies. Kb will unite on Gen. Rlocum, and he will be llnTir.tr dttfi'taiCfd Io rbacKt wr luilttw, I John L. Sullivan has been removed -Mi. I siivialcd oo tor tale iim.t-lj- ) iiijr aovatiqn about it whatever. It is as bad the democratic nominee for Piesident. ofirr purchas-eM- , In Cair ruaiitT, K. Tlie l.ngiQr uee! to go to the large cIIIch to make llr.ih as it can be, and his supporters admit it from New York to Boston, and is threaten- Also the platform of 1876 and 18S0 will 11 itil.oo.rj, IHiilrr 40xj, LoRirir IPx.ti (V what quantity r quality you want, hh I eau ami will ho matter ed with delirium tremens, the result of a duplicate Edging Paw dJ drill Mill atfebu: left. without reserve. He is dishonest; he has any prices you can obtain cine where, freight being added. Abie and be repeated. tached Tbs rrcij'frtr la long debauch. hiaaself, on the floor of the House, read It is no secret in Washington that the Nhreiid and Kobe, embrac The Louisiana House passed a bill In Good Ilunnliie Order. n full nHHorlmcHt of Coffin, aloud the written proofs of his dishonesty. ing mi me .irw niyiew, ueiu cheap and cxpeiiMlve. lVare roenia prohibiting public business on Sunday, but Ewjuitcr will support Blaice for President Timl r pDtr tod arrarrltilr. I would I Iltlnc It is his boast that he has aUaya been if its editor does not get bis man at the .Mul.i, oppoNitc hf. ANiiph Hotel. Staurord, Ky. Mibange lur :aru tCvi,uU freak and open upon the subject. On this refused to pass one prohibiting prize fight July convention. He has sent one of his lo Cattle, Ac llorico. a i'erMDi wnbloj to irpice in tbe lurutxr basis the republican partv has accepted ing in the State. ljiri: to will find a god (iMng br notorious republican correspondents to Mrs. Eliza Blackney received a verdict .T.. He is the proper exponent of its him. I.Mfr Jll tilljfoninl', ky New York to give all the aid and comfort 20-i- f II sBoralitr, and with the completest and at Cincinnati of f 5,000 against Chris Green, he can to the republicans. saloon-keepewho sold her husband lifullest knowledge of him it proposes a A m Tillquor after being notified not to do so. MARRACES. to put him at the head of the nation. Chairman Johnston has called a meetBONANZA Sun. & Yelrt!ay at Mr JoLdL McMulIec's. ing of the Democratic State Central ComGes. MAKAOEr.D0.vii am. of the L k Mr. Urutcfield Lodj; act! Mim Jtstine Asdllie MacMmry tamed t low, f,r Lincoln aoddairird C. ., mittee at Frankfort, July 16, to map out THE DISTGGIST, Is., hai resigned and Mr. J. T. Htrahar, an Chandler were made one tl??h. W" 'ill lit - Tarn n a prozramme for the presidential campaign. r r . i imV a X 1 .b. c, employee of the. road since 1SC5, has been l.a.ali.l a.' tUulUi'al . i,., lir Tiiiit:.iii:it "'"'I'li'lfKlrntir Murker, Mr. Jamee ilngbes and Mis Kittie J. II. die worked himself into the ...... O ""T.tlll.l .Vilu ...K-- . t t.p ii T.,IIa a i. .i, , promoted to the position. Starting a - u jij. iiawiiHii 7 I ... ai 4 Mv ..ill i',' Cir .ilar Itri goid graces of the Bowling Greeners by FrfftiiaD, sped 10, were united in matrimoWiSW. ROBINSON J. CO., Richmond. Intl. ,Mr. Harrahan .became conductor, ny it Mr. Elinbetb C'jindtii'n on tbeSJ. a . Ti lliiSHi .t professing religion and joining the church. tbeoroid-maaler- , then, divjgion tuperin-teadenMr. John L. Williame, of Hamilton Is Prciurinir for a Lively .Summer He was arrested Monday for burglarizing a then general superintendent and Trade. c"UDly, O , wax married on tbe 1st to Mi house in the county. sow General Manager. He has worked Wider, a aeet rixleen-jesr-olcifgprvJs, ia aiery Tanetjr jtiiallr tuunl H:t .lie At Citlettsbur,;, F.obt. Sselton, for- lura himself up from the ranks and deserves the lb a brit'data llnuMof tae kind, la merly baggage master on the Chesapeake daughter of Mr. Silas Wider of tbiuoountj large tud cvMij'.'t-tposition he has won by indomnable energv OS-Re- ad What Seme of Onr Best Farmers and Citizens of Lincoln and Garrard Boy and Ohio Railroad, was canvicted of throwRELIGIOUS. aad devotion to the interests of the roid. ing Judicious Alterations in the Internal Ar... stones at a moving train and eentesoid . " M t. Ih iiful.r.lifri.il plflh. ..f I li.,l .. I ii I The management of the L. & N. is showing to one year in the Elder C. P. Vjllinmion closed his rangements Secure Eoom Comfort penitentiary. ere.ll' lor - work It did for u. t Ihreahe. fail, elean. aod ,,Hi,a. wisdom in giving its faithful men a chance , iu we eier 11 . ,, Law- ana ue;;er AMpiuj. a uoise, o'.hi net ira. Tne republicans of Fayette county, nesting with the Christian Church at riiM itBwther an will. tl.a Kraln like moat i..aeh,n to succeed to the highest offices, instead of have rtneehurg oa Sanday nipht. There fere " V;8" ' ",rf' " fc'17 Marhlnt ol thl. klr,. that ll.ey eim...t de et tl. t LrWrtn.lo e wll nl " Frl lar a'teL'K.D n a!Ird to a purr lialo,-l'whr-jud fcr.Klae MK'ne. Jbe W 11. Tit AY LOU. Stante .1 i.rt,.r reld ()iler. . ere .hfc. d hiring an outsider, who cares nothing for The nominated Mr. R. P. Stoll for Sheriff. 25 additions). rfr two factions of the demccratic party llaUKhm.n. J II .lllr J C I it.n 7f J km the road beyond the salary it pays him. Elder J. S Sweecty h exchansinc ROr A Large and Elegant Addition to the ii iht j Hurt. have each a candidate, and the repabl.-can- e We en.bie what the f.nn-- r. pel thunii-iwith Mr. Dilzler, at Blanco, Stock of Jewelry, .r In regard lo the llonanu Tbre.he r ar I Edi t KoMokm hope to elect their man. The Senate has passed a most outrageous .i...K.hiaml.lt.dl.i.t and aoldlie'e ur W. J I. TltAVLdlt. tbelr Aj!j.l. re 4 n l.ei.cje-rj- ad Texan. Thia is about the fourth time tlin-Kr.Jiilf,il.al.tofwheatlbre.hed-llhlhBoiian- i, A dog broke into Mr. Isaac Congl. bill. It removes the charge of desertion Tlire.hrr, and It wa. ...UrXily And artideao ttrtu. lre aad grants to such soldiers an honorable ton s chicken coop one night lately and gentlemtn have met in debate. Paria Trt lk,.. rhom News. They bad better be triicg to save i fxttnd inanaiior thftr purook-- f acd w,n ur to tboae discharge, with back pay and pensions, if killed sixty-sichickens. He ate the '... u!f,,i"'tTt 0,,ur '.Jf1 l.w " lak. n.t '""" I" fl'"n yo-- i ap with the aiH ita.i.fd rLicalbrr NOTICE I rou!h instead of creating dissentioo. w''M"1,';V"e7j1'lr'':1,ln Pr'lrciwoiVliiK order. I ha, in band a . ii.i ly ol ' airy, to which that discharge would ordina- hsads and feet eff all cf them and entirely natu anjr one addremlnr. meat StanfoH, Uucoln Count r, Kr mil . tj,tmA C rily entitle them. Under the present law they devoured six or eight. l 1? Beattyville EnterJt,m ry truly. Vou". v wi IT. II. Tit 4 YI.OIl. i'wii &ntsn 1 r.ifik faerr) nf M f iii'i inani LINCOLN C0UNTT. utir HUSTONVILLE. ie:ls Kritu,ait or .Minoimtinr, on are now deprived of all rights of citizenship, prise. tr.j fe'ili'h ir Well l ke 1 nilli from 8u!pbur Thomas Lewis, of Lsuisville, has been Yen, our town is juctorial with circus Wtl). It i u .tbicb t'a'e hi cultUatlbii. well which are thus regained; but the applicaftccnl. n'MIeot water. Will w thr kiowIiii tion must be made within five yearsor tbey appointed a member of the Republican bilJe. lla acrtaot Tbe din of preparation foi the Fail is (ropnfMi a r uf Iirn and Tirntula ard pjr.'rT. a unr io:'. 'ii ic.-ibarred. Adjutant General StateCentral Committee, to --uccetd Col Si are irrevocably r. i a re . - i .i pc.(.d t lk'rrii. ir in oocatantly IncreBfic);. lew imfi, The committee will Dram estimates that 278,844 deserted dur- las Miller, (JOTtr. I'lueiuw I k.kIou gin n ut once. There in one objection to tbe circus IIOO I'EIt A' MBTCA l.V. ing the war, outside of the bounty jumpers, meet at the Gait House, in that city, July manifested: It no whtre rlaiuis to repre- :s3.rt it.,) Enite AfMti NitfcolaiTil e, Ky Ia his communication to Congresg he says: 10th Bradford Dunham, late General Man- sent a "great moral enterlninmeiit" MA to the probable expenditure involved A negro ir.nn in the em loy (f J. B ager of theLouisvilfe and Nishville road, in the bill, I can only state, approximately, has been elected Firt Vice President of Green fell in tee stable on Wednesday will take from $30,000,000 that it to $50,- the B & O. and will be confidential ad. morning overcome by tbe heat. Mr. Smith, 000,000." iliTlLjt Jemd this de:ral Ie teaort aad thorto vieer of President Robt. Garrett with who saw him fall, drew him from among oughly renoTRtnl It, I am now ireareJ -; CAKT.cn Harrison, mayor of Chicago, the feet of the hone ahd summoned a doc- Hoard tLe publl at the IoIIowiok rales:headquarters at Baltimore. S 7 (0 acd lodrlcp, itr wetk who will be remembered principly for 1 00 Per day Tho largest Btock ever in Stanford and the best to be found in Uenlinl Ken-tuckThe House at Washington yesterday tor, who restored him to conscious new. 0 a very silly speech at a meeting I'er local J. I'. Ihiley and Johu BJain, of Stan Cott&fc'e ol 2 rooms acd cook rootn, per week 10 W passjd a bill providing for the payment of of the Iroquois Club a few years ago, was 7 OH 1 jooiii " " embracing about twenty five different styles from the lending manu-facturethe claims of Rosa Vertner Jeffrey, of ford, were here on Tuesday. It is rumored Eloitlo rooia,er wstk . . .. S 0) nominated for Governor of Illinois WediTial they were in search of old manuscripts Fanilllta who lurulrh tbtlr own rooma aod Lexington, Ky. The claim aggregates & CO nesday. The convention declared for tariff toftrd attbelIotl,per wtek in the United Sutes. Persons contemplating buying a vehicle this about $400,QfJ0 and is based upon the de of P. Henry, alleged to be pomewbere in No two fataiiira cm occupy tbe aiuie cottage reform, but referred the question to the nastruction of 820 bales of cotton during the this region. Harry Htcker has gone to St. without drat aiakltg a tiectal contract Special Spring should select the same or place their orders at once; for at this season to take tional convention for settlement. ratss to clutu. Louis to remain. L. B. Adams has taken or! In Jugs, unletsJJo latrtdn allowed a boarder water e war of the rebellion. be or baa letn and arcoiniuodatlon for bono. Arcoinmoda-tlon- a all manufacturers of first-clas- s vehicles are invariably over-ruwith ordora Bob Lincoln is the power behind the The trouble with John A. Logan Is a position in the house of X. II. Smith. F. 'urmsbed from tbe ttaln at all timet. 261-throne sure enough. He read the law to that in whatever political association he M. Yowell has commenced nnd Is pressing It, V. EM1I.KMAS. and if the vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will requiro from four to eight Arthur in the Fits John Porter cut and happens to drop he Herod." forward bis new building ntar tbe Masonic .".OaCO feet was ye He was the mest violent ol anti-wa- r weeks to obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finiih and dry a first-claThe Chester danced to time. The bill men, Hall. His foundation h toed, but the House passed It, notwithstand- and the meanest of the bioody-shir- t how! lower story is to be fitted up for mercantile job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. ' ing 168 to 78. Chet ought to and no doubt ers. The great trouble with him is that no occupancy. Messrs). Collins A Myers are TLii r.ollff fortwirrit humeri, fishermen acd person can tell what side be will espouse (he builderr. Dr. Brown is studying close- tramrinot to trespaaaon our landa without deea feel ashamed of himself now, All work sold by mo will be found to bo such as I represent tbem, unleHa I he procnultd ct are at all tomorrow. His pretended .enllmeniH are ly tbe illuminated circus billa with refer to the fj'.l extentof tbe law llt!to "Flower must indeed be a sanguine man Signed Ky March I7tb, 1661. btanlord, have been deceived myself, and in that event the purchaser will be fully mere mouthinge.-Frank- fort ence to a forthcoming Iscture on high art D. McKittiltk. Yeoman. OuaAW.M.McCorinack, orie has gTeat confidence in his bar'l. He A tv. uariienier. II. T.Buib, It is said there is a movement on foot in its various phases. . baa already establishel h's headquarters at C Biaboii. jwia, Call and examine ray itock and I will do my best to please you in the Kentucky de'egation to defeat Mr. Terrified by tbe threats of thi editor, H. Cobb, Letl lliilitiie. Cfaeago, while for months past his library . K. D. Hlgglni Kelly, Watterson for member of the (ommittee en tbe correspondents in convention assembled B. in Btyle, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from we and W. ('. MiCorirmcr, U.A J. r. doTtr. ixsmuia New York his been manufactur- resolutions at aa M. 11 LtU, at Chicago. The delegates who took the following action: WiiEJtEis the (i. L. Carter ing communications br tha yard. T. J. Hill, J.W. Weaiherford, reasonable price as you can obtain anywhere else and get n guarantee on are in the scheme are understood to be Egyptian rultra have been denounced dur- C Vonor, Win. Furton, J.c. Murpby, Axotjieji attempt was made Wednesday afraid of Mr. Wa'iterson's aggressiveness on ing some four or five thousand years, less J. A. Hani. them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from home. I?es -P. W. Carter, J. M. Hill. io (et at the consideration of the bill to re- tariff matters. They tbmk th'e democrats or more, fcr requiring tbeir bondsmen to Ed. Carter, J. H, McAlliter, J, D. Jones, duce the tax on fruit brandy, but the mo have a good show to elect the text Presi make bricks without straw, and Whereas T. J. Foater, pectfully, T. M. White, J. Q. MontKoroerr lira. J. J. Moberly, lion to take it up was defeated 130 to 80. dent and they do not want "any more mon the task of a reporter trying to gather news U.K. MtrcutD. W. E. Ainon M. T. Ilawell. ll Bowbeja!lowed to rest the remain. key busmert' jr the platform io defeat in localities where nothing ever happens, A. D. Krwland, II. J. Ilant. B. W.OlTtCi. A. 0 NwliDd. ' .of the terert Lou!ev!Je(3ominercial. them. acd to describe sensational events from lo Ijr) -- th'weion .:.. ,r., ... to grow in the Eirt and his boom is weak eningriailr. New York seems a bad State to draw democratic Presidential nominees from anyway, as the five last have failed to carry it. Biyaid and McDonald, it is claimed, can carry it and one or the other The will be nominated it now appears. New York Sun aajss: We record our con- viction that Bayard would be a far strong er candidate than Clevaland in New York as well as eliewhere. Cleveland is a weak candidate because he has followed his own selfish purpose by undertaking to rule without regard to the party which made him Governor, and nil the republican kicker's in the world would sot make up for the democratic vote! he might Joce. Jf quality is what we look for, "Bayard is infinitely preferable, and if availability be the test, there , ,ak u Bayard The hospital at Toulon coutalcs 115 cholera patients.' The Barren county democrats have declared for Bayard and McDonald. The 'New TTork Time wfll support Cleveland if he teceives the nomination. Oicar Scott, a Michigan murderer, killed himself when charged with the crime. A big whale captured by a New Lon don vessel brought in the following returns: From whalebone $12 230, oil $8,490, total $15,720. w ,,, - con--ced- calitie where the atmosphere is somnific and the population more lomnolant than that of the historic Sleepy Hollow, is infinitely more onerous than was that of the Hebrew .artisans; but, Whereas the editor ! PHARMACISTS of these latter days is more potent than any ancient Oriental potentate and his wrath -- i . v DKALXM IX- f l tq v) more terrific than that of all the Pharoahs ---Books, that ever bobbed for crocodiles along the isfytoirm i rz L. ' "ijc Rnoy siiujj uaudp oi me siuggmn ..Mir; wereiorr, j - ' 2P-3D- r' rrrKilrtlon JWiriteJiJecmpooudKi Jiwwf, That the time has cotne for Also prompt, judicious and energetic action, MHHC.;tl-am sVYV JiVsomr, That our work shall tie done even though we have not a single htraw to indiTilt cate the direction of the wind; that where Largest Slock of Matched, facts exist we will present them in all their KEJ nocks, Jewelry A-- MlTcrvf nro native stubbornness with fidelity and fear lirutight to hit nurk-- t Lowtr than It lenesj that where facts are absent we thfUiwci, Witcht-r- , I! ki (Lit 'twflrj li. on bort ootireiud Wimur-- J 1'i.lrtil will do our best to make fancies sup ly the deficiency that where authentic history fail we will resort to fable: tha where the ill draw t.j jn the present is htrren we part and when thi btll have hetn exhausted we will asnme the prophet's role and join the host of those who predict with such sublime confidence and such astonishing inaccuracy that which will be hereaf DEALEU IN ter. JltvJud, further (by wy of Hoi-h- c Hurt I ware, .Shoe, firocerlen, Kh (idlest. that we unite in petitioning the Iron, NhIIn, Qui't'iiMKure, Kurkj- - IVltlpst, to be hanty in condemnation. editor not HiiKsXy WIiccIm, Stove, CHtio.MillN, Utiriit'HM, "Who knows," says the poet, "how the! NimhcH, driilCH, Cider MUIk, 1m Covens, fashions may alter? Tlut which 'o dav i KI'HS Stoneware, Corn Collnrsi, loyalty true may bring us a halter.'' By parity of reasoning that which Oliver Chilled. Champion Steel and Brinley Combiuad Plowi, Wooden and may be regarded as political heresy, Cast Pnmpi, and the Celebrated May-fielElevator. Tin Roofor phiicsophlctl chtrUlnncy, may be re j ing and On.tering; will have prompt attention. with acclamation is I reived the vuice nf inspiration; first is true the soundest theories ever prom'jlira'ed, the grandest inventions ever produced the1 rue- -', valuable contributions to h man progress ever made were at Grst scout ed as the aimless vagaries of inarity J.V ' ', xinslly. that we repecf ask the editor to keep a careful file of his paper, in I order that ihonld the present generation fail to appreciate our work) posterity may do u justice. & M AU 8i -V9i , r I OUlCZZSli&r f li. -- . Drugs, ua Stationery Articles. Er 1 W. H. HIGGINS I Shelter, d y 3j WALL PAPER f -- -- notice: . TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON i fifty-thre- McROBERTS STAGES KTAN)FOIU. call-rssg-n- Ol'EKA IfrUN: BLOCK, g. ft UNDERTAKER, WlAllli, nff & Saw Mill For Sale! Xealei in la un-t- jour n Chc, buti-cei- TV. r, H. TRAYLOR, -.K.-f- T . ' G.F. Peacock GRAIN FIELD SEED THRESHER. V yard-mute- r, HUSTONVILLE, KY., r- - ., -- : i lim ', t, d f. t- ... h- " e 1 Ic Ito-i- .r e SI 1 , ) e x SPECIAL A '""'". '"'".ii"'J -- . '.', a 1 1 aa i 1 'olc. I , Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- reys. Carriages, Village Carts, c. HALES AVELL. Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, aotom-moda- te . ra Sla-M- n tf "out-Hero- ss Itho-lM- GEO. D. WEAREIU, Rrfg.'s Agt., STANFORD, KY, $ entrSSl l, celt h$itf trior$ounral July 4, 1884 New oabbtigef, at iUtots Stanford, Ky., AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. 12 41 r. u Kail train jolng North.. .1 t.0 V. u South.. Ernies strain" routh... 10 A.M. . 2 K A.M. Norh .. Trie above l ealcntatnl on standard tliun. H.ilor time about 10 tuluutes festsr 1 LOCAL NOTICES. hui Paint? of Tennr A McAHoter. Jewelry Jiaeat Penty Luiihicati.nk oil? of nil kinds at J'euny McAllnterV. Bium.) new Mock of titty thine in tli & MrAiirttrV. s mixed )inu Xcwkider. of tstsgc'r rrrititf traJe at McKobtrt arr.-nt- for Watch w, Clock a had Jewelry rejitireii 1t Penny A McAlirWr ami iinilaf filape'a. Puns winter 'trained lard machinery oil in the oil and all at McKobfrt A joic. A McAlialer's; made with pure rock candy yrupand fUvoml with purest fruit PERSONAL. KATr Hail has cone to lhylt en a TiU to friend?. Mn S. L. Powrns har pone to Cincinnati to bur wore i;oo Mil". M L llornxn and Mir telle The liet Soda Water oltr at Pen-rj- Mts !. west to Xtcholaarille TofMi. Mif Svue Gastiseau, of Pulnnki, i tLe (.viffl of Mr Jo. eTerencn. -- ! Srir Mv ma.va.v. of the Fa'. fllio(f Mi- - Lurlla isw and daughter, Mr Jri.iA Fnnnie, are rialtlng Mm. Ii. S.Lytle Mm. HorT Finttl went o Cincinnati yef ttrday to rUh hi mother and ilvr. MihSam.ie Enhleman, of Danville, In tMiIdi; at Capt. E.T. KochwterV Mr. J. It. I'ock and rlMer, M ! Itrlle and Kate, of Hualonville, are here. Mrs. S. 0 Tr.rcuKAitT ha returned from a pleasant flail to frlenda in the Hr-K- Kt Sath Mn Itegle, J. IS. WALlUtiC has been M aenl at Kowland, fire W. rtfsntd. t f 9,611 09 . Workmen are engaged Florence Ete. The Firnt National Hank at Eliiabeth-tow1,74 51 M, Stout's Mr. Joe S. (irimee, caabicr, tenda out new front in Wm. Mil J 8 Moore, of the Danvillo 1678,270 79 Tnul 7Wn.- Mr. Will Oul, of Ibyle, a creditable etatemtnt. It hu nten organ-lie- d occupied by T. P. Curry as a drug store. and KKNTl'CKY,),, Hen. Phil Thomson fats telegraphed STATi: OF of Lincoln, County lew than nine montba, but it declared were here J" canditht Atliocate to announce him as I. MflloUrt. Cashier of Mr. C M Jo-- m and Miea Matlie a dividend of 3 per cent., after c frying date for the democratic nomination a for Con- lank J no J. ftoleiunljr ewrar that alore naiiieil do the ahive of mv knon le.lge and South-BoneUt iui nt U true to the and Laura Jont hafeRonr to Wettertllle, over amounta to aurplua, undivided profits d iKllif. JNO J McItOlfcnTsf. Cannier. gress to succeed himself in this district. 0 to fisit the Nuiilr of Mr. Jo Mc Jamea and pieiiiumn. sworn to me this Sd dar Mr. II T. Noel sold Tuesday lo M. C. W. M. IIKIGHT.N. f. L. C DISTRICT IJCLIOATC W. (1. WELCH, An imprompti tiop gotten up in honor Thurman a graded Holstein calf, C months ol July, 1WI. Correct ArrKrr eoorted by It. V. Warren, Kn , and Hon. of the Danville Kaoe Hall Club wai given J. K baa a fine herd of Q. A. Lacker, will Wate for the Chicago by the young men at the Opera Houae old for $00. Mr. Noel D. Vi'. Yandkvker, Directors. these cattle at his place near town on tbe W. I'. Tatk, Convention b'undiy, via the L A M., and Wednesday night and proved a very deLexington pike. L,N. A.AC. It. JIV. lightful event. Our own pretty girl were REPORT OF THE CONDITION The Board of Commisjioners of the r, W. 0 Sweenev and bride, ot Lineal-U- re enforced by a numbrr of viiiting beau-tie- e Icetitute for Deaf Mutes met in annual 07 are TiMtiui; in the city. tema! and from ii 't. II 1, the fun was unabated. sevlon in the institute building 'WednesLouisTille piptM Thi must It a mMikr, A oolortd orrhteira from Danville furnish-th- e day morning at 0 o'clcck. A full board The Farmers National Bank We aw Mr Sweeney Toeday and he gave music was in attendance including the resident no riga tl.at t.e (Specitd to socn to txootue Lot'lKVtLLE maintains 20C coal oil lamp- members, C?ov. Wm. Johnson of Birds-town- ; a Ilentdicl posts similar to the one recently exhibited Mr. H. S. Wither-1- , of Lincoln. Prof. In the State of Kentucky, at the Close of Business, June 20, 1884. hire, nt JIT r0 each jeryear. They cive D.C.Dudley was superintendent, LOCAL MATTERS. about as good a light and cost $7C0 less all Ihe old teachers were retained and Miss eipr at T. It tL.io gaa lamp r year. Our city coun- I Hlack, of New York, given tbe position of RESO UKCKS. The n.t 1312,739 25 Loan and dlnwinu WaltonV. cil should by all means strain a po'nt and Articulate teacher, a new chair, a new 5,851 82 0erdrails lo tent V. H AHLti..x't 100,000 (0 numUvt put up cere. Louiaville mute teacher vra also added to the faculty, V. 8 Bonds lo secure circulation. K 6. Lylle. 25,000 00 Possession July likes them s) well that she haa just order Miss Beard of Spencer county. J. W. Other stocks, iKtnds and Mortgages 1,120 91 Due froia arproTH reserve agents Proctor was re elected Preident of the Due frota other Natlonsl Hanks ... S 719 03 Ice cr0Ki rt U Ucum at the pailorx on hI 100aildiional pit up. i Vice President, Keal (state, furniture sad hxKirei Boar1. M. J. Durham, 6,300 00 4 'Lnater Mrtet --'. c M'rf A Co. "To whtt bae ift may we come at Ian" 5,CO75 S V. Rowland, Secrel'remluun paid !n the old Chrittlan J. L. Allen, Auditor, fntly 2,1:0 00 i the ctnMow t :Vi and tLotc are a it Hills of other lUnks Ta tary and J II. Tnoinas, Treasurer. churth building. Ar,.er beins; abandoned Fractional paper currency, ntiiels and dcaan punicalc ae Many sei.'e of liti for several Rumors have been 1 62 for wo;hipping pirf3e-- , it.wai uifd an a rtnolea :i.50O 00 ...M.. Valley Cbrret Bind Will furnUrt ( iriiage .vi en lor r, :sv i a ,wodl and grain days lh.it a number of twine binders j?pwtc The C.COd 00 throughout the country have been literally Legal tender notes Miiaie at the nfper at Hrtsht'c kIk I warekc me, anon n clothing etore and Redemption fund with U. 5. Traurer broken to pieces at night by unknown houfe i slit. now Its owner, Squire J. S. Murphy, is () r cent of circiiU'lon) ............... :,2!0 00 After investigating the matter about to transform it into a tenement house WJ.CC9 31 Wiccreaainp The crof d at Crsb your correspondent can hear of but one Total of acroinrfWidvicc two families. and there are now our 100 c.ueiiK ctptble rapidly M AI1ILITIES. that has bjen injured and that one, an S?00,KH f0 The band will arrive to morrow. The hst xiock irtiu on the K C ran binder belonging to Mr. 11. D. Coy- - Capital stetk rH 'n ,W0 82 VuimI intu'.Le lotiil freight at Iteniuks, throwing ner, who lives three miles out on the Lex- - Surplus Cndivldrl profits 9.0 00l That "a new Lrom wtep clean," in two ! se frrtm the track. ir.Rtan road ,000 eari nnd a The "Butter Board" was National Ilaiik Nous cult tan.llnp true, bnt so old triid atiitnal xhould not H1.CI7 T3 lD.l!Tiinal deposits mV'JKt to Mr. Jar. (lilleii, .tgel " yetrs, of llerea. wienched off and the platform and elevatfrtt-kose I. be fora);n for 7,533 21 Madison county, waa instantly killed, and ing ctnvas cut to piecs. The full expense Due to othf r National Hanks 13 oil 91 Due to stJle I'aoks and Haakon .. . i rainv LaTe fallen all aro :rd Li granddaughter, Mrs. Samuel It. Hst-irg- , of repairing was U5 Mr. Cojner does i:9GC9 31 Stanford, but ibeie ba'nt linn euojgb 'f letiuglon, fa'allv injured They not know who did him the iniury, but Total STATE OF KKSTl'CKV, 1 ' here to sprinkle a xut.I MeiLoditt eonmi- - Iljarded the 'raiu it Herea, anJ were strongly suspects several idle negroes, ) Countr of Lincoln. fell Juf A T u'ce lil,. gstlor Mm. Hastings has fcr L:inctii Tuesday morning County Clerk NichI, Jno. II. Owsley. Ch1r of the above named Flunk, rtliat th aWove statement ufter tbi wsp. paiifd Uft tvtnini;. been marrie only :lire weeks, and is ols was waked up at four and a half o'clock is true doto tlie of hit knowletlce and lllef. Cashier. J NO. II. 0VLI-.Vjust venteen years of age She wns Miss by Geo. Pnillips, who stated that Mim Me TliEpir!t o' iiiiji otemttt cow prevail' Ma f Wfft Limb. W me tills 5d day lisna Vaught and his brother John SulKrilied andfKorn to liefore mg here m actually lecrtraled Mtre'n W M. tltlUHT, N. I". L. C. ol July, . The types of tbe Lancaster Arm made Phillip wanted licenss to marry. After t- -. A ng dowu ibur Hill A .i'e inr CuneU attest: had gotten out of bis head a mtrerktilr old Urn, called by iourtey an of an exasperating blunder when the very su- the clerk W. 4L(UkS. Direitors. perior at Stanford appeared as notion that it was Sunday instead of Tuesfire prei arttjry to remodtlling it generally M. Haa, day morning he came to his office, swore the "Inferior Journal We hope all who owt- if in thm vicinity I I'M Id. It wss a blunder, dear Newlon, the parties, issued the licence, called In Dr. REPORT OF THE CONDITION and will call at the Intemor Journal dKce sure enouch, but it W. the Methodist hs made on (lurpose. aaw F. Taylor, ofmarried. Afterchurch cerer tiik the next Mor.lay, Cmn'.y Cuurl dny, nnd The edi'or inttni'el it fur wit and it is them safely untie. l.t.'t w.n tt h pertonally dunned breikfasted at fnuuy, even if it is not origi- mony tbe bridal pirty Bank of Hustonville. but come up like a mau, pay your dee nal and is old ecougb to be Gilcher's and then left town. About ten National uml gtt a pankaee for iheobildrtn Some .tna.'inary f.nny man jot that off on o'clock the clerk received the following Ia tbe State of Kentucky, at the oloao of m.mmij buaiceaa June 20, 18S4. Cepb t'Hmpbll when he etarled the paper dispatch from Junction City: "Issue no BClEORfiE Crave.nh, eltier drunk, cmy or license for John Pnillir to marry my thirtem years ato houpe of Mr. John ii fool, entered tht Vaught." Jacob la MeItESOUnCES. Tufdy, and loot ibuefrom 52.50 Notice Hright t Lurmn would now daughter. Jacob it will be seen that he Ixans and llout)te 571,171 15 lissa's father, but that wrh Jy inp with tnnoucce lo whom it inny concern that 2.C62 00 in moce, leaving hours too late in interposing Orudrafls to was several 25,000 0) U.S. Ilonds occtire Circulation it. lie wa arretted, tried and fined $10 they want every parly who is owing them, his objections. 5,940 80 Iue from approved riterTe n?ents to be worktd out on the rock pile at $1 ter especially tboHellmt have run over from 3,89 C6 Mr. George Fisher and family, who Due from other National Hanks day. lact year to tettle tbe let of July, either 59 have been viriling relatives here, left for Ileal Estate, Furniture and fixtures 1U3 SO Fome time atfo lb Lsnciwttr Yro boant-e- d pay ciub or male HKtibfactory notts. We Current expenses acd taxes paid home In St. Louie Thursday. Prof. ITftnlutns paid their 1,081 23 there wia empty and a uk-le- do not given longer time than six months that the 870 00 Dudley, of the Deaf and Dumb Institute, Hills of other IMnks It Urikes and want rettlement at that time. Also institution to the county. 3,154 72 has gone to Colorado for his health, to be Specie 2,t00 00 notes Ufl that it could be put lo good oervice now want every man they owe to bting in his gone several month. He waa accompa- r.edetuptlon fund with l1. S. Treasurer by having the two Beet boy, Humphrey or tlieir account by that time. They would 1,123 00 nied by Mr. Argo, one of the teachers. Mr. i5 per cent, tf circulation) uml William, incarcerated therein until like a few days' notice when itemized acIllchard Foley, who haa been sick for rev-trS121.0C2 0 Total they are taken out to .ir.dergo the punish counts are wanted. weeks, was a little better Thursday at A 1U LI TIES. LI ment they po richly deserve, if the reportu J30.000 00 The Stanford bcyn tinted at their victo- noon. Miss Lelia McKee left Thursday CnpStal Moik paid In of their wanton murder are. half trne. 2.382 70 ry over 'he Lancaster club, challenged the morning for . visit to friends inPxford, O. Surolua fund The offi:ere of ihe county ebould pee that . 3.0S2 Wednesday Undivided profita Danville niqe to play them here Wednes- Mr. W. A. Markwell returned 22,500 00 National Bank noUs outstaodln; they are Apprehended at ocre. absence in Hay and Individual iHposlts s.iljcet to cbwk day and the cccftquence was that their from a 39,342 44 hi 4,205 01 Arj(iut?T4'h, 1881. -- Ab I leave here for vicd bap wai considerably punctured, tbe Clay counties, Mo. These are the counties Due tootbtr National Banks SI21.S02 SC Indiana on the &b)ve date to attend the Danvillea beating them 21 to 12 It must wherethe Merars. James used to hold Total picnics and they have, Mr. STATE OF KENTUCKY, 1 Fair Circuit, all pewn wanting pictunn be said in defense of tbe Stanfords that J Cxiunty oi uncoiu, will le my lwt they were a picked up nine and had never Markwell soys, many friends there now. will take notice. Thi month in Stanford. Family groupa, en- practiced together The Danville club: The Misses Llqri;' of Louisville, who have W. Hockrr, Cfbler of the above naraeil I, J. statement swear that the Itank. larging old plcturea and baby pictures a was compoted u the following young been visiting Mrs. J. S. Chriaman, went la true dosoleuiDlr of my knowledge above belief. and to the best J. Vi'. HOCKEIt, Cashier. Lave also men: Quest, Whitley, 8. G Boyle, Stodg-ill- , home Tuesday. Mr. E. W. C. Humphrey, I rpeolalty for the month. changed pricea to eome advantage. Now Tunis, Nickols, Davie, Gill Boyle and of Louisville, was here Thunday. M!s Budstriled and isrorn toUfore me this lit day U. J. rtAUJtK, . r. come and have your work done while you Worthincton, and tbe Stanford: Metcalf, LIzzIe'Payne, who has been visiting Miss" of July, 1884, Cerr.ct Attesl: home In Eliza- you can do o at home Wood work guar- Dunn, Dr. Penny, McPbnts. Hail, Bright, Zoe Welib, returned to her T, J.r.oiIO!, ) Mr. bethtown Monday, accorrpanled by Miss anteed In all kind tf weathtr. O, W. Hirdin. ueoige rtnoy and Careen LDWikD amiWi V Directors. I T ii. Jatiaa, F, J Cnrrnn acted as umpire. Welch. Shaffer. n, store-room- Ml"!' SAI.LIC PrNNY ha from a fislt to .MUm Haona returni-- In Nichols? county 75 cents is the prevailing price for wheat. BOOTH It butt I know, bat Kill they go, I mean Foxhall, the great race horce, has my Chromon. I). Klapf. been purchased by Lird iloseberry for !, OX iii SATllItDAY, JULY 12, '81, fcji'iriE I'onTMAKlri beautifylni; the St. 600. Booth and other prlrll.Kftof the Huitonvllle Ths with nn application of paint. The first Delaware wheat sold in Fair Association will be told at auction at 11 at 2 o'ckik r. u. Monday at $1 10. It was rated Tm. WM End Club i preiwrinj; for b nit.t. it. iviIjCiams, No. 2. MUt Secretary. praud Hop during the H'untonriHe Fair. A. Schobert shipped from Woodford Chamiion Mower and Iteiper repairs county to Cincinnati 13 head of liecf catnale .at Warren A Met. tle for which he paid 0 cents. and Kcoiiona DEALKK IN- call'. S. 0. Hackley, of Anderson county, The r.iactnenl of Linceln (onnlyV sold to Les Collins, of Franklin, a Dry Goods & Family Groceries tbrte bnnke cbow tlitm to be in a fldiiriab of fat hogs nt $5.30 per cwt. Sam F, Moore, of Clark, sold 31 fat lag condition. TUKXEKSVILLE, weatherti to J. J. Hodgkin at cents per dimntiriied with my pound and ten fat 1,400 pound cattle at 5 Tho Loading Houbo for Cboap No ONE ban Goods, prices on picture. liith are cood and cents. John Mcllvaine and Luther Lair have euit the people. I) KUfi, And liellevlng In the eld adage that "Short each old 2 000 bushels of wheat to Mr to.ike long friend',' and adopllUK Hie Itoth the L A N and K C. it. K'.will Neweutu, of Shawhsn, at 85 cents perbush-el- . KenerAl rule of Mercantile men of colltclliig iwlie year. 1 not If all wbu owe mc, by cote or acy pell Kniiid trip liefcete lo any pjinta'count, to call acd ttie at once Tlunklng all for Paris News. pat farorunl eollriting a corttlnuiince of same, I at one fare for the round trip. M. D. Hume sold to W. B. Kidd, for remain youra tr jly, 2MI H'.ll.ItAITtET. ' Boston market, 102 head of cms bred sheep II. K Wr.A ha elegant new ber J Jc per pound, and sold his wool to Gararrired. It ie the handcouieU Teliicle of at REPORT OF THE CONDITION ner A Bro., from 312 head of the same the kind ever broucbt to tbln of the: He says that ihey grade of sheep for HyriiViiODV i intitrd to attend the were never fed hay or grain and were raisuoptnp to be held at the PrrHbyterian NATIONAL BANK ed entirely on blue grass and clover paschurch text Sunday afternoon at S o'clock. turage. WincheMer Sun. OF hTANFOKO. Not lessi than 30 twine binders have pcttllnp liiflt dot and I would be It At Stanford, in tho State of Kentucky, oblige! to all imltbtt-- lo me for clothing been constantly at work for the last week at Close of Business, June 20, 1884. lo cill nt once and pay up. II. C. cutting the immense wheat crop of Clark RKsoUliCEi. county. Farmers are reporting large yields Kopley. !325,9M "S Uni ami Dlscoent in many localities. Tbe local market here Overdraft 3,007 S8 TiiKPlmt uprinkler a worktd eo far i 200,000 00 has not yet opened up, but from prerent I'. S. Ilonili to secure circulation not only a bumbnj; bat a iiiirancr. It 'iOO 00 indications it appears that the ruling price V.B. Bonds on hind 23,100 00 Other vtofVs, lionds, and inorf ifac cine 1'iwr c'jr.:.-i- an accident to a couple will ke in the neighborhood of SO cents 4,137 01 Due from approved reecrre agents of laduc a day or two ago. I) te fr.in other Na: 3 10,339 at the c.ir. Dmocrat. Wi 47 no 'Hj tlcieta from the K. C. In Cincinnati cattle are firm, hogs Due from State I(n)n and haukera Ik 8,900 00 and fixture Ileal IXatp, furnlt-.Junction lo Stanford. Take a free ride to steady, demand for sheep fair and Iambs Current etpenses cud taxes raid 2,381 89 21,123 4!) rretnluiiK paid the St. Amp1 or lo "fJ Prt of the city light at the'e figure: 1,300 31 . CATTLE. ChHkiaud other cash 'tenia fcr tea cnt. M C i'orlmau. 277 00 .. Common to medium 12.50$! TS Hills of other banks 4.7S5M Kractlon.il paper currsner, nklcels and Ouk rurnl friends will keep their weath-e- r (load to extra butchers 17 88 pennlee Common to choice snippers t.WQt.'S eye open for awindlern with Wallace A 8,803 70 Htoclcri anil lteJtr..... 4.22&S.i0 Co.' clrutiB. The b joko ateerrra with it got Legal tender nite- ,7o5 00 lioo . in their work pretty extensively at Cynthi-an- a tfUtteJ butchers and Lmtjt iblpptrs ?J.taa5.J0 Itedemiitlon fui d wltn I'. S. Trwiiurer -(S cent, of lii.tlstlon) 7,000 00 Fair to good fsckrr 4.&0$5.2 Wednesday. .. 9fiU 64 Kslr to good )lht. .. 4 TJigi.M Merohaciie.... I hon't hav to !! two cheap apcoli of Common ......'. 4.00Q4.85 C28,2;0 79 Total SIIKKr thread for five rente lo draw trade a I LI A BILlTIEri. Common to fair. .liCOji3."5 Capital htock paid In f2f0,000 (O keep none but ClarkV btvt and one apool (tood to extra 4.'OJ5.00 tjurplut Fund ... 4,000 00 ii worth four of tbiwc chep thing-- , but to choice l.UO.W National Bank Nolo out landing. 19,000 00 I will UnUl-ida...- -. 13,10) 90 you eix for twenty-fiv- e profita. centc. - H. H. Myers- - A Co ', and cucumhera LAND, STOCK AND CROP. .1KW AHVKRT1KKME5TK. PHIVILEGES! KC.O. Ar-np- Phil-adelph- i ir W. C. KA.IXEX car-loa- d I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market', which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or coun-try- . ' Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley RITPLEY. 1 ln 1 RIGHT -- k mm, ,J WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - FIRST CKROOIEIRiS I -- AND DEALER8 IN 1 c 1 HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implements, Buggies, Wagons, -- r ..- M lr INCLUDING THE- - M LAHM-Coui- Fair atd D. Kla-- a. i'l ..... nl DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Ind.tidual Depolte euhject tn check in putting a Due to other National iUnka Due to State Ilanka and , 17J 8 A 27 Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR Wdrdy. t d and Hamilton Plows, Sole Agents for Furst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning Plows, HK-KK- -- at hta.:foi?.i). Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting Itfnclmae.s; two-for-fi- lt. l.ea AL.I. AT BED ROCK FRIGES. . itt WHEN IN NEED Of any of the goods named below you should by all means buy them of pir-partir- to-s- e Ka. ctu-e'-- . Sea'-onabl- ii)r T. R. WALTON, Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to oe TREATED FAIRLY & 1 W-- , femi-weekl- y - S0IUY: bald-beade- m Mer-Hbo- jil Legal-tend- al s m ol Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, Best Coal Oil,' Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Eope, Canned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, llakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, &c., andjall at VERY Low PRICES. Country Produce Want- - ed. 16 u The House That Jack Built. 1. This is the domiciliary edifice erected Stanford. K7.. July tritlcean byne 4. 1834 deposited in the domiciliary edifice erected 2. This is the fermented by by John. John. 3. This is the sorictnian roucni oi preua-tory About Lovely Women GaorgU man compola hi daughter to A .ii lOr.if fully. nlirht for supper and at ll it household m sleepbs peace- . . nu OffsritJK cutdy to an elephant is like old mal J. She may offer of marriage to an accepts it all the turn up her nose, but sho the same father It should be aiid, in justice to theceuten-ariaNew Jowe of his cjuntrj, that the to whom Oeorge Washington is said kiiwed, did not look then as she does n old maul spectacles and clipping out adjusting her ,,8eIed Pr0 that part of a PP" hcstled for you to take to the posila," it i time Young man, when you see an " hire r now. . . re- Ciution. A lady ninety years old whose aue wm mirked to M. de Fonlenelle, "Diath hiti forgotten us." eighty-five- : said M. de Fontcnelle, putting his "Hushl" fingers to his lips. some An Amirican poet has written "An Angel in the House." Terse entitled, him No doubt he thinks so now, but . let don't wait three or four yean and see if he make a maolal misiua of that poem. Agenllemin who was about to marry a plain girt said tr. kla friend: "It is not for her exterior but her inward beauty that I marry her." "Then, for goodness Baked," out," replied the friend, "turn her inside should have hi life Erery amried man ininsurei. In caie of death, fighting the company for the money would ocsurance cupy the widow's mind and keep her from brooding over her misfortune. Miss Annie linkup is one oi the players is in the Salem ladies' polo team. She the the captain "rusher" of the club and when calls out, "Now, Huggup," it completely paralyzjsthe young men in the opposing woods. team. In Armenia girls are married at twwy nnti1f-- j them to Pro- rtiS cure threw or four divorce, before they or ' ... ' hotels The wile of a boarder at one of the head with a belted her utwband over tho washbowl the other day. When his friends mutters, ask him what ails his head, he and adroit"Inflammatory another ly guides the conversation into channeh That lady iB handsome, but she looa own," reif he had a temper of her us to another on the marked ona drummer You iread train the other day. "You betl correctly," was the reply. "Why, character with ,ou speak aa if you were acquainted am slightly. I married herl" "Well, I and have been her soma ten years ago tudving her ever since." "Who are that lady and gentleman Chentnut VeroM the waj?" asked a lady on morning. "Mr. and Mm. B street this Ther are Dan't you know them?" "No. suppose?" 'Ob, no. bride and groom, I years or Tney have ben married a dozen " "I l possible?" exclaimed the lamore he lifted hia dy in great eurpriee. "Why, hat when he met herl" room-mate-isti- Old enOUgU 10 gO on luc prepare them to come to America, star engagement the first year. ijitk rj & instincts, who greedily devoured the fermented triticean byne deposited in the domiciliary edifice erected by John. J. Thin Is the muricidal dlglUgrade and feline animal who successfully obliterated h ortrMntan rodent of uredatorr instinct, who greedily devoured the fermented tritlcean byno deposited in the domiciliary edi fice erected by John. a Thl is the remorseless hound oi Waa.ini? nronenstties who ruthlessly dis turbed the equanimity of the muricidal dlgitigrade and feline animal, who successfully obliterated the sorictnian rodent of predatory instincts who greedily devoured the fermented triticean Dyne ueposueu in the domiciliary edifice erected by John. 0. This is the cavlcornic ruminant with frontal appendage of osse ous excretion, who forcibly transfened to the further side of the fivnicularian granary the remorseless hound of harrassing propensities, who ruthlessly disturbed the equanimity of the muncidal utguigraue and feline animal, who successfully obliterated the soricintan rodent of predatory instincts, who greedily devoured the fermented triticean byne deposited in the domiciliary edifice erected by John. 7. This is the juvenile and accomplished female whose prevailing idiosyncracy was depression, who daily dispoiled of the lacteal fluid the cavicornlc ruminant with the corrugated frontal appendage of osseous execrctlon, who forcibly transferred to the further side of the freoiculanan granary the. remorseless hound of harrassing pro pensities, who ruthlessly disturbed the equanimity of the muricidal digitigrade and feline animal, who successfully obliterated the soricinian rodent of predatory instincts, who greedily devoured the fermented triticean byne deposited in the domiciliary edifice erected by John. 10. This is the ubiquitous chanticleer 14mja nt?imntF0i-niimatutinal rural nil iurbed.tne reverend and tonsured function ary who formerly united in the bonds of holvmatrimony the impecuniouo tndivulu . . I !lf L. jik no at in tne uceratea naniuaienis, . . . . i siderably oecuiaieu me juvenile anu ac complished female ;whoe prevailing idio syecrasy was depression, who daily de spoiled of the lacteal fluid the cavicornlc ruminant with the corrugated frontal appendage of osseous excretion, who forcibly transferred to the further side of th'e granary the remorseless hound of harrassing propensities who ruthlessly disturbed the muricidal digitigrade and feline animal, who successfully obliterated the soricinian rodent of predatory instincts, who greedily devoured the fermented triticean byne deposited in the domiciliary Phil. Call. edifice erected by John. thx-nrrtiffite- d a Blaine's Probosis. Rvi-rhodv hRR noticed that Mr. Blaine's nose is very Urge at the end. Thereby hangs a tale. When he was a mere lad in Western Pennslvania he had a nose like other hnv. It waa meaty but not wolen. All the other urchins in the Indian Hill dls- but it was young trlct had Jim's boaBt that no one could ever get a handle of that kind on 1 1m. The boys made many efforts to catch him on old jokes, that might affjrd a foundation for noma pnithet. but he was pretty near as He wouldn't bite. fly then as he is now After a while a cow boy. son of a democrat, came to live in the vicinity, and it was he who downed the future candidate. Ho was a reader of character, audj sizing Jimmy up nrettv well, he laid his plans. One day during reews at school the new boy took Jim off and said to him. "Bill Smith is in the woodshed putting up a job on you. If you want to find out all about it go around and peek through the crack that you'll find there." Jimmy sailed away with fire in his eyes, found the crack and was peering around the empty shed when Bill Smith stole up behind him and pulled out the wedge which held the ctack in the board open. Aetheiaws of the split closed Jimmy's nose, which had been thrust far into the silt was caught, and his howls of anguish soon brought all the boys to the rescue. tie whipped Bill Smith for that trick, but he was known forever after as "Noey" Blaine, and the swelling which speedily ap. peared on the end of his proboscis never was dissipated. f nick-name- rROFKHAlONAt, Skit u. BUBDarr, . Millinery w. aaeww CA-1 & Dress-Makin- p" ! Peerless Traction Engine. NKVCK IlleATJ&t; IX A TEST. 1 1 UrjllDETT BttOWW", A.T MoKINTMjaVI A.TT'OllNJaVS 184-l- A.T MT. VEKNOS, KV. Will nrictlM In lh. Courti of BotIs D1 adjolatDI ecunllex and la the Court of Appeals ATTOBNEY A.T DANVILLE, KY., j. n. AIiEX. ANDEBBON, XjA.AV, xf Tarletr of Fire ii J Iu lmd nJ lunt u Iu..iKuju ol iu unit. Ctpjiltlon jinnd DolUu hUbest at the Cincinnati IKHl, lbs eirard errr iltea Mlu Cynthia Cirsou, who li in expert In tlm prlcon lit an KiikIdp! 1 be blglieu ewitd at h ouiuern itrit-clt- u sad wllUiilil iue. tiools KiiKwltlnn, IuliTllle, Ky . In mi, fir the Det Terr loir. JtUti. St. I'. TAMjRH, Tiailloa aul Hoj.I Kngldt 1'artlei drilrlni to JUKtllilor. Kt ill.lt burl.'unlnee Heturiloia and fiair illlli will plrai adilreje ll. MIOVU Kit, Slanlord, i tu. Millinery, elre! n I . . Uh of liut-Ine- FOUND AT LAST. )r HOCKh.ll 2IIMm J. A pian. Circuit Cour. CoIlc- J Court-house. IHE lump lor And Mailer Cotutululoner ilMkcutl Will rrtf tlm In th Kockdutia Courts. Uoos a specialty. Offlc In ejs l Sluipl- - end af appliance, eluij to Injure utovk no Toke.noptflmiM-1 ratfitappluJfar Abtolutemre fir all brf achy Mock Uud iiI(ik, No animal v ill (nice when (hit la use Sad Oiih Dollar IlL lull IMiiiitMaln.Ht ANDKKiii.N, loulirllle, Ky " M GUARD. fod lrin'ilae an I l box of noodi, which will help all, ofeltliir ae. to more money rliht awny than anythln,? etie in thli worll Fortuute ".""J.1"' ""'ksra abulutelT euro. At once ad. drwaTai a: A Co . Aumuta, Maine A PRI7P "'" ,,","rw'."c""J' U It G J3 O rv T.tr.v. v. IIIIVPMAN. UlJNTIST, abOTS rt- - C.F GR0SEKE, luiltuitlm .illmt Juitlceol the Peace, Falmoulh.hr Offlc8out!i (Ids Main Street, two doon .l. t - tr.a.i FuMNItrom quiwd. p Uxldi Om tttutlnUUrad whtQ aTTmH; froin S nnniiur. BTAKFOnt), KENTUCKY. n DR. V. B. PENNY, mlnlrternl toll a. orecBjbt. 8 LrtU'i M.ind 1 ioS r. nerw-tr- r. tor. Office hour n. An hetlc. d im-ivr.i ICE! ICEl! ICE!!! I will dellrer Ice to rtxular cusloine n erery morn-lo- g ONE CENT a.u...jMr.,8.U. PER POUND. Hm at Accounts due t the clow ol each month or when k. ilAKItOW. CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, UNDERTAKERS, MuKINNEY, - - - Are prepared to 2J9-3- ICY.. lurnlib Oat, Heine aud Wood end Metsllc HutUI HurUI Kobes of ell kinds. '..'. ... ..... The growth of snobbery is nowhere bet! ! ! ter attested than in the reported movements of those in prominent positions. It. KINNAIIU The telegraph informs us, with particulari- Keels arret eniletT for the ople of dUnfprd and lodo the fair tnlog ty, that Mr. Blaine attended divine worship Lincoln countr end proiuleiwith fclm In .Ithpr ..,.- .. intra n iuj lll Im.ir. -- ....-. have lorri. in.inn a" t..mihlr Imurence Co . oi list Sunday. Where else should he Llrefpoot, who iwU ere U.MJ.OOO. or . or .1 been? If he is the pure, good man that Theltorsl. olUTerpl,asU-, litt.tXS, orer1, 16,- "U The his friends claim he is, there is no place 000,000. Lancaihlre, of Mincheitso fitted for him as the church; if he is Jy if aJjiulmnt 11V pnnU la payaU Uin'lfnm the bad man that most men believe he is, amtvlttn3r,(uktheiir,tiHil('M) day! "'. Write to him ore ill oa him nt Lencaiter, Ky the church is the place be should seek, and there endeavor to learn les devious paths than thoe he has trod. But the preai 3RL. agents need not mention it unless news is airatic.iTS- Time. specially dull. ..- Fire Fire Fire -- Gc. IK -- 7VxtG2?a fc iur MM , n ' news of To all wearers of false teeth the eet by a Chicago society the recent fashion This lady will be extremely welcome. upper teeth, laly haa an entire set of false ls and she neither conceals the fact nor they are preferable to real teeth. that and weaiB suspend She is also northwest suintnU of ed to a hook on the which her drew a pair of neat on whenever she wishes to look at ihe puts anything. 'Sometime ago it occurred to of common her that it would be the part her teeth only when she de- ,ense to ube now sired to talk or eat. Accordingly sne suspended by a cord around carries them a friend she her Beck. When she meets and looks at pute on her fir.t and indulghim, and thn puts in her teeth Similarly, when she es in conversation. teeth as soon coes to dinner, she puts in her soup baa disappeared and the fish is as the btought on. Being a leader of Chicago by fashion, bur example has b2en followed ladite, and at a Chicao opera quite other ladies of the a large proportion of the teeth gracefully suspendweir their ed from the neck Tub Death Rate Among Negroes l; The death rate among the negroes iiihou cities is hardly short of appalling. A cm comparison of the ttitica in regird t mortality during the month of May shows that in Washington the annual death rate among white was but 12.8 per 1,000, whik among the blacks it was '21 3; in Chirtes- 7 and ton the figures were respectively 18 3 In Atlanta, l" and 10 4; and in Rich 39 uiond 19.7 and 60.3 If the death rate among the blacks in the rural distric's reached anything like Buch proportions as these, the race would appear doomed, but there is no rea- the last census shows that that the mortality among eon to suppose South generally is thein throughout the off in droves in the alarming. They die huddled to- cities because they are there quarters where they fall an aether In close vice, as well as easy prey to idleness and disease. friend in- ClIICUEN CllOLKRA CUBE.- -A Venitian Red, forms us that he has found cure for chicken the cheap paint, certain cholera. He mixeu mo arjtVv with water, making a u Venitian Bedthis he gate each diseased thick mush. Of The fowl a teaspoonlul three times a day. to be held and the medicine chicken dm He haa forced into the mouth and throat. poultry with thui net only cured his own remedy, but his neighbors' have uied it pre-tennear-sightes, lth great success, Court (to prosecutor) "Then you recogSTANFORD. KY. nize this handkerchief as the ore which was stolen from you?" With a Full Corps of Teachers, Prosecutor "Yes, your honor." Court "And yet it isn't the only hand- Thlalnitltulloa will open Ite Fifteenth Sowlon on the 2d Monday in September next. kerchief of the sort in the world. See, one 1 have in my pockety 1 exactly like It." ALL THK BRAHCHE8 OF A Prosecutor "Very likely, your honor, I had two stolen " THOHOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE A man during a life time of fifty years, Are Uuiht, as veil u according to a paper recently read before BCUBIC. THE LANOUAOEB, DBAW. Lady at intelligence office to candidate the Academy of Sciences, Paris, sleeps INO AND PAINTING. aggregate of 0,000 days, works for employment "What are your terms, away an away the same period, eats away 2,000 days Bridget?" walks away 800 days, is ill during 500 days "Meterrums?" 121 to V-- In ta Ic Tuition, price and amuses himself with the remainder of regular Departments. ran from 11; IntermellaU "Yes, your terms." I'rimerr, tt&j Preparatojy, IW, nl ColleglaV), 150. "They're aisy, mum. Twinty dollars a his half century on earth. wages; Sundays to meself, three month For full partlcutera, ai to EoaM. dead J reel When a life insurance aaent comes in ayenins' a week iorttiddy company; tickets and tells us tint only last week a wan in- - MHN. H. C. TKDKllK.tllT, I'rlurinal, fltaafori. Lincoln Co.. Ky. to the theayter wanst a month; a silk dreB aured with hitn (or $20,000 aid paid one av a Christmas; white sugar at males an' premium and to daj he U deul, and hi' ' an'. " familr has the tnonej, it doeeii't make us "And what else, Bridget?" it may any more anxious to insure, thouub "An lave of ahsince on Chusedaya or he a convinciog argument in favor of the Winne'daye to Ioor after me securities in beauties of the system. Wall street." Hens mar be a little btckward on eggs' Lady faints and Bridget retires with dig' but they never fail to come to the scratch nity. tlower beds are concerned. A Cincinnati young man fell in love where , Buck I en's Amica Sclo. with his washerwoman, a woung woman of The best Salre in the worll fir Cuta, Uruliea, color, and married her. His parents kickSorea, Tetter, ed at a furious rate, refused to see him or Sorea, Ulwn, Salt rtbeum, Ferer Rick lTradscha and rcllcre alt tho troubles Incl-- d Chapped Ilanda, Chllbblnt, Corna, and all Hkto speak to him under any circumstances. Eruptions and pojltlrely cures Pilw, or no pay ren bd.ous auto of the eyattm, it toNant'.-a- , DrowaiaMi. Ulitrna au-- li at after ratlnir, This was kept up for reirly two years. quired, la li guaranteed to glre perfeat satisfacTain In tho Side, Ac. While other day his' mother sent for him, tion or money relunded. Prlce2Jcenta por box. alio auccess his bttn shown In curtag The A and as he did not return to his dusky wife For sale by Penny McAlliter. A Remarkable Escape and twin babies, an investigation waa had xt.. far a niii.v. at Tiinli h jnuoclc. Pa and he waa found iu an asylum for dementwith Aathma ani urou. H'iAVhP,yrtCartcT'iLItttoI.lTerril!iariieinaUy ax ed people, where he had been placed by his waa .MLi.tdr .It years ta,albo t.on,tlpalton coring and prevmtl chltla, during which time tho bsst pbyalciani this annoying complaint, wlUIo they alao correct parents. deipaliet of, alld'iordtrs or tho etomacn, atlmultn t I u could islre no relict. Her lile wai I and regulate tho dowcis. isre-- ir lory oaiy cured Dr. a The Chicago Current, at the conclusion until In laat Oitober she procured Bottle of Naw Dlacotery, when Immediate relier. of its first aix months, boasts that it has King's wai felt, and by continuing lis u fur a short published 175 poems by 94 poets. If the time aha was completely cured, Knlcg In Utah Current wishes to completely commend SO lbs. in a few months. Free Trial Dottlss of Aehathcy wonldboa!mot priceless to thoaewhj this dlatreaatoz complaint; bnl iforti. all itself to a suffering public, it will round thla certain cure of.... Throat and Lung Dlseaiei ' suffer fromySS?!Kt?AWiB.d.?.?" rtrh iUCUl WllkaUOU wUV9U ItielU I)I4 VUIU- Rtor. Inre Bottle.- ...(,...-- . QQOQCOUV ICUU; uwvaa.i.i out its first year more satisfactorily by anlatoxxianywaTitnAiinejwiiinOwDcwiiatc J1.00 nouncing that it has killed and tucked unto do without thwu. But after all alclcliud Solid Facts These are der the daises some hundreds of latter-da- y Tho beat blood purifier and system regulator poets. The people know a good thing erer placed within the reach ot mifsrlng humanl. when they see it and appreciate any jour- ty, truly Is Klectrlc DItters. Inactlrlty ol the Ja thelane of to many Urea that here U where we nal which lessens their cares and ministers Llrer, Blllousneii, Jaundice, Conatlpatloa, WeaV snake our great boast. Oar pills coxa It ol the urinary organs, Others da not. Kidneys, or any dtieaae to their desires. -- Louisville Times. nro Terysniillan Carter's Little or whoerer requlrei an appellor, tonic or mild Terycaartotake. liter MU OnaortwopllUsnakeadoso, population of the United States in- atlmulant, will always find Electric Bitters the They are atrlctly TcgeUblo and do not jrrlpo or The certain cure known. They act surely puree, bat by their centle action pleaualtwho per cent. beet and only ereey bottle guaraoteod to giro encreases at the rate of thirty-tw- o - w UIU IUCU1 e4 lsaa m and quickly, every ten yeara. At this rate there will be tire aatlibctlou or meney refunled. Isold aj t Ciuj&lxl wery w2.ui) r ent by null ' CARTEL MEDICINE CO., Jfevr Yorlav 88 000,000 inhabitants in 1900. fitly cents a Uttla by' Penny A Mc a IU I r. rice-wat- Scckers and Seeiuuckeks An interesting peculiarity about seersuckers, says the Philadelphia 2'i'mw, is that they are the only dress material for men not bought by the yard and almost the only one that has to be taken by the importer exclusively This curious material, of "on faith." which a whole suit only weighs about 19 ounces, is made in Calcutta out of silk and Sea Island cotton. When ordered from the manufacturers it has to be paid for a year in advance and it is never known what patterns or how much is coming. It is bought by the box and each box con tains fifty pieces and the pieces may be small or they may be large. They may be blue stripes or buff stripes, or even red stripes. It is all chance and whatever comes has to be kept. There is no way of sending it back. Sometimes in dressing it the material becomes dis, with colored and should that be the case it has to be taken iuat the same. There is no re dress. It's a cool heathen garment from a hot heathen land. A Washington lawyer ha unearthed an old law still in force in the District of Columbia, which provides that any man who blasphemes the name of the Almighty Opd by using profane language shatl be branded on the tongue with a hot iron. The law was created about 1S02. It has never been rerealed. "If U wsre enforced" 8Md the lawyer, "the. branding iron would be kept in constant ne " The packing at Chicago since the cloe of the winter season is about 50,000 bogs more than the returns ol last season to date. The packing at Cedar Rapids is reporter at 107,181 hog against 35,841 in 1SS3 The packing of Milwaukee since the close of the winter season is reported at 79.521, against 47,999 same time lat year. The pork corner is the main cause for this activity in hot weather. 0 The Alps contain two peaks above feet, six or seven above 14,000 feet and iu all about thirty which are tailed first- class peaks. The Himalayas, on the other hand or rather the limited part of them with which we are familiar, contain peaks More than from 20,000 feet downward. been measured exceeding 20,- 1,100 have 000 feet, and it is computed that at least 2,000 exceed this height. 15,-00- LoulirlUe, Ky., Cincinnati, O., end lndlen.po Son', Decker Uroe., Ind,drlenlnStlnwer Voe A Soni1. BiUwln A lltlnw'. J. A I' Klcher,end PUdo Jortee; Co 't CotUe, Upright also the Eiey, dhoalnjer aud Uemllton Oricant. ant termi to InlrumentiU at price ordere till you mlt pour k Don't lre jo .r prtcei end termi. l'-"- II. Bnlflwiu Co., MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains na High Reputation, AND June champion trotttn .tallica '.T1 hT of Hi. world, renowned record 3 U4. la a pjlt're cure for Wealc MemoJam by O.l ry, Uoaa of Urala Power. Nerroue Ire l ;J", Wwar, 1 dam by Waaner, 4th ,1am Kxbauatlon, rVuilnal Weaknoei, Imp. Tranby llh dam Nell Ueoenit Loae of iiwin. '.wc'iJ. )inp.itfncy, and 1'uwrrol the Ooaorttire Orient, - 2i? fr.-- 7".' J,,m Nettletop by Imp. Spread 1 1. bii.I all dieaiM that f lllow aa a TlUnj. qunca ol youthful Imprudeuoo or Btfr niHonTir .iTr. "." ,h dt,M the eicAuot iualurel reara, euih TrJ..MirU. "U,D' Pclnard aa I nlterul I.iulliide,raln In the ' '.""'7" MO- -' UltnopM of Vlelua, Therefote Crow a Hmuler baca, Mi.Un.1. .'.U,t, P'",ul P",r aa well a, ihi Mil, At. and many ottunln-paae- e 0l horaee could that lead to Inaanltr er ""' tltiLlit WMBlntapare better Illi air.2J. than a In all caaeaof Kenil , V .,b.",1? I5 anJ VV5.V. 'lltt'0aD KialNtT THAT OF Alt, V.kuM the HueclOa acu like a, Othkw chirm, neatorinf loan cr fadlajTU-or? "TatttONS -- The fatleat flr.t beat L1"', .. hrllilait . f"'"t second heat time, it I", fj.teet glflun to the eyo andtDirklin tteautr. to the ubeek. the roay tloooui of health. After Takiag, l Wlaod. ithio Cmildenn that ld by a" Urumlila nt vl rfiirray'aHpclfle l JMperaHly .loekeye-- t St per package, or aU packara fjr 3. Alxi by In!l fTu.hi f?n,p,,B, LU b'lnn"'if ti end, won ? mil. 1 wllh no tuall, i)Jtar free, on receipt prlM but erery adraulae taken to defeat arVull particulars la ImpbUl, which will U BMUHh.r.ltetanleeetwOil to no trlunipli efer mailed free to erery appltraut Addrwa all cum- ?2."i"h.?.?.,lBil,,rt- the 4Veat I'll. tuunUillona to IheeolA ninufidufrJ. lliwihV K" l,'M 1"'"l" last geldln v i ., another of the lamlly, ...Tl.."'' ICanatilMy, Mo. 7WanJ drlter weUhlni Bold In dUP'ord by Tenny . McAltator and all i .?,i,ii""irftJrJoN a?J S'.ii lD ?l,oc.thonu ,0,",1 a tulle .5 Druggla' eterywhere Another of the treat fam. 4,!i Acnnta, aaTIH'a I'KTBB A O) , Wholr-al- e i. 4 .".wl.lD),,r, ,hrM' wnaecutlte heala la V.'b lAJulirllle, Ky cmciuilrely ii other fiuiily ofhoiaea Pfo'l" ahow'n to that hare pel and wocderf ul endurance It li tafe tominh presume tbateucb great perlarmlng ability netr appears wlibout au inheritance. fleatlemen. eiaiulci the ituj booki and yoa will And that The aire cf I rotten, roadtters, and more lancy tlntrt to Imp CROW a SMUtltlLEIl trace, aeren Mneenie'snd ouce to Kogllin Mam n and firat'claaa lUtUrn hortce than any otber In Kentuikr, will make the eaaon of last brlno, the aire of finp MetaenKer Mambrina Thorne, bat a record of on Ihe Knob Si?.'"? " rYU "Ur our milea writ ufalaulufd, dirKlly Ilia full brother, ju.,ake, Llikpike aad lll U piruiltte'l to arra mtr-a- t IISTlewoflTiiif all aallifactlon, a Itecoidol 1 . tli'a In now put tbeeitremelr low price of 1:3 theavaaon or 110 horaeaacrrKeaat the rere low rbeof a).1 lie talntnre I'arllog with the pure fiifella the Ineiirou Unrein roial, m.mey d .e whej lie I an excellent breeder and a euro the lart ; mare trted with. The Oraaa furnliU-- d at li wr uioutli foal Ketter horte will Due care taken to pruwit accident! or ew.e, n Unfiird, .und at luy .Ul tea. t mllet weal of Kr..on the Ntaolvrd A .Shelby CIIt i but wit) not te revpoualUle ahuuld any occur Heapectfully jet DKacairrioN awn I'kdiusiij -- N'ob'jy la black, with tmall itatanl two while feat, 10 bauda j hate tin unlr clt ol Crow a SaittUft get. I Inch hilt), fine maue atij tall, lny lew, one beautiful hei'l and neck, exe.lent abouldtr, lack Held coll la a aiy laat o.l of a pire l.re I trutUEg wat lotM and loin la fact faultiest la ayuiuietry -- and will martr, and ra ka eery May,g.et all thecalti-lro- ta, paiea fail and xoe the lunniDj guarantee there iloean t lire a alahhin psmm1! of walk to I) ALuaNHT a better dlipoeitiun, and thew quailttee be almoat Hlantorl, Ky Feb II. 1541 Aa anerldenm InrailablT luiparta tohlaproitrny that he will produce rery fj; hnie when eruel on xdol raarea U the lart thai aiuie of bit rery Uallatedaiu aperdleel rolta bate nothlnt torrrommeod tbrm Thli of itaell la rouclualre proof that the speed couie fruul tUe a.re rtemeof thecuMeat-MsMiilemales In the land hare prod I taatcoltaby hlni Mr Alet Johneon aayt i lta thic any nun, handirit mote of rioM-ltae Ibey ate tail ' all lr IVa D.ld aya "no and lietler roidtlerallre." Mr furJum aa sue wllU mite In I'M little bandllnx that la trottni( l and aayt ' an better rtaMof li.rtcan be feuod " THK UVK Ul'.V.VI.Ni, Iib tar anr K I Nuneaaayi no roid t Mr Wairen llui""' a of tbrin ileTry una imIK w m wld to VT I . Nobby made a record ol . X aul IVCWC If Fair. Clerelaod, )blo, AND bOLID TRAlN-could gle n iiubereo' text tuomait from the betl J 'it to LOUISVILLE horae men of our ccunlry TO CHICAGO thefaToriUuaaldrtraiioa uf eli Iots ol gewl borM, but will let the abcre ti.fflre, Kianiine the hxiae, anJ If you are dupoaed to fire hiti your HrxcutNoTt. trom Ihe Knot-elit- e lutrunaj I will guarantee talue rwt'el fir your llranchofl. ,t K K, R arrlre In Nnbby la by (larrarl riief l.e b money la time ti lake the arealBg train of theUuttille "Monoa l'ayiaaalr, he by Route" ik1 go taro uh tn Chief he by Menb-in- , Mambrlno, be by Imp MMuener Uarrard vbiel a dam. iMULlHion. be I in .k 1 dim br Aratut. (.rt'cncastlo, CranfordsTllle, TfoJeM.rk. MIRRAT'.I M'KCIFIC, 'Ilrllllrlr The (Ircat En?lLslt Rt'iiifdy, mo. I ill I Crow' s 111 eMIlllflr!glor ! "" fc. l)lAinn !..- i i .Si ."..."' if Til' ''' ... e a .... in in;,Wn,b"?',n'.i '' ''' e- l""'nl.-Ueombl-- 1'reiua-tureU- ru.bi'i Ml' th 1 1. ' jtvnn.i in an isk "",r', "!'?". 4' lLn' IWO-ly- r) NOBBY! aul-Ho- J-- VHU. rn-'l- k. Kl f lutalr "MOIYOaf Chicago OUXJK." d Louisville, New Albany & Railway. i !, lr neciy Pullman 0.LY Palace Cars! coHi-rdi- Meiu-brln- o g dam by UaaiMet li Nobby a dam a tho ly owneil uy u. r itooin" 2W-ti- i It reldam byfirmer mare .nV II ' I anu Luicajro ttiiiioui cnanKC TIME TABLE HfA Ifajette Di,.y S u nrair iii'nn toil: II. i c II' I.N.I. Daily T 4) I HI I I , I.to. IxiulaTllle. Arr. Urerncattle. " Crawfordarille Lafajette 1 p m .ilco 1 01 am 1 7 10 a ui am M Uani impto I 12 pm 1 01 am pm 'O p m Iti Proprietor i Determined that Second to no Country it Shall be Hotel in the State in iu Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of I I care, 12- The - their Oneats. IgyiRON atH FA3T3 RECARDI'tG ttehraaka, Ac cne ihneof mt direct rouu. w)U c,alMlaaeaola, Iowa lo al, lnta In Wienitn, For further .ufonuation, .! lrtM aiUHKAY I' A, &tl.l.ll,'t Iioulitllle Kf LRJ "illue-OrHiw- aid from the Baccate will be coarejed toaernrnmodaUaaide free of charge. Special to CommercJel trkielera. The tier will elwmra aipllel with the chelreit rdeorLlgeona4 Cleere. TONIC Shortest lii-gee-lio- n, Souru-UouM- s ltouie.M 4. & Quickest Route raou Stanford Female College. Central Kentacky to All Point! North, Eat. West & Southwest. Fait Line Between .. .a. a .. I,.. Al aSn m..w. .la. ,BE the LIVkRand KIDNEYS. "nTuyr alt run VIOCKc f HEALTH and TtlNll llieaereiulrliiiicrrtali'i'il.-mclei- l ei e .any Iljtiirpsu.Va w Alve'.te.md ne la marked ilrhtriiiirii it' ! mul'l IIjiio. wllh Inime'llatH and oi muicleiand ncrvea re In- iwrore EnliTena lower tliemlnl aalsuppllea a.iiwiii a' .nrnp'tlnti SLIT. a d noru.lii i t iciratx wi'litmllii pity DR. UARTERU 1MON TONIC a a. I . I...- nn-. ..... It ...,..-turn la ftn rat Hiirai- .e.l .i f 111 t falllltl.l-- II tillm. IJ mi i' ' TJiu- ttfin)U iirontri.si llAHTKit h lmy Tohi ihit irviiQpnl I n if iji Nl li MC"UiiterM...t,iMMtv Jl oritieo .Kliul Uoiitar tiii iteUrtflifitm tift- - oi 'mwl and lifter doiiotcxperiuicn- ta LEXIOTON A CISC'IN'XATI. Hchiduteln Effect Junes 1IJI. ho. ' 1, FToTg Ko. rtlPO LAUICO ...... u Dally 8 Dally D.lljr Ex. nun Ex Sua. 'J 11 u 1 s V iii-'i.- - Lre. CoTlcgton ' Falmouth Arr Lre Arr l.re. Arr l.re. Arr t lip Cjnthlane.. w w A.uf' '? r'r HtelxwU, Mo.Mi ourSKAM iur-- lxliuion U1.1.U) i a, Dr. niwwitTw -I- HARTtn's Ihoii hm w i mmr ' no Oatia Tosc u a - JI'J.V'.'B BCCK , . ". eviBTWtnt T soa 8au oy E- au TERMS MODERATE, .EAUN TIILTU ABui TU- ' I 00 p m a in 3 31pm ru pm I'arla 10 10 p m It 30 a tu 5 I pm 11 11 put 11 20 pm 6 vOpcr Uf , It SO p m WlBtlieet-- r 1 p tn IU IJ p ra 2 ifi'p I'arli 1 i'5 pai Wluchntrr III H p n J Q p ui 6 00pm Wlueheetar It SO om 3 OT p ru Klcbmood II 30 am I 10 p ui 10 ''Spa StOaiu ' In p ra Coa 10pm tl li " . It.iwlau.1 u S SSupn 7Mpm 3. f) m M p m OHIO & MISSlSSIPPi li. - I. NOBTll-Bot-N- Dally No. 1, i 11 Dally Dal.y ,Ex Una Ex. b a 1 1.1 Houthern lliliway ile,'-t- Line The Only from wbli i piteiii;ara t,'.;r:i,'-,;"ba- ; Ltd. Itowluiid " Lsnraa er CARTER'S houthern H'y and Olilu A Mlat.M ,)pl R y. is a cmkail -- lot i ..U eater tlisaioie I,t IxIokWd t rj I I enlra' Pav-i.-- r 8t.i h by rlral iltiea thai l bore la an ouintltua Arr i'arli atktcmtnt - ' ib Itt'JAll Ia Win cheater triiifer In ttncl nail, 'i'wm m fer In Cincinnati (ir bareo u n ''t!.- (.u.cUnaU Diiinlbnt Trmit. " Win heeler I Arr. Ixx.C . O tty . " lHihui.iuil Hlini 55 IMpnlMliiuui - p m II H a i 12 .1 f ft) p iu M 11 m t : I t IS it Oi a ui 0 a u l p m p m i in a ra 'J .' am k m a 1. 1 IVER alN trmnfc firiui-Ssiilst Juli Ily my on I btKi?e at Intermediate jtotnU otturrjuta ru uiuinuaii ynu Lire a ui.anijui rhiogi The Only Llneiiiia, witbiiii' TJie Only 1 mlarepreeenlail S'!!! te T Arr DaiU. Lre I'arla Arr Cyiithljnt. rnliHiulh .itiugteo P to 3 13 p m H' 1 of 'J'4 CURE j s, SICK I HEAD ACHE sen M n. . o- aunday Dally Dally Louli, iHjTlugClnilDnati iu 7 p manii J pin Pa ocly 'Ex Sun Ex fc -' t w.lh asnietafn m ihehyuth Uilnu '" drat train, ran lakr Hit rl rnKh intkee eon. Lre Corlujloul 2 &0 I a nectlou with allmnrnlUK IrjiLifrdU nt. Lonuiu " Loxlutilou 17 00 a iu 7 2' a m i 30 p m thrt Wfit an No- -' " I'.ulj 7 13 a iu S 16 a hi 1 2i) p m S 10 a m 8 19 a Arr Jlillfrati .rj u " Cirll.lrf it 39 a ni 9 0 4 in (i i " p ai " .1 ilitiu snd In fonMq"uce It the oily Hbi (VI .. n. 3 17 a m 4 14 1 IJ msnns'nuni. " MaytTlllff which can guarautee a coutiauuj trip, test . 11 00 a m1 10 XI am 7 43 n m FcurtHilid Dally Tralna (Irrtruatl to at. Louis No V5 No S2 So. 3 Erery Car In thwe Trains P.uni Throuiib I trSunday Wifljr i'.Uu) Dally ior Can are Itun on Day g'y Ex. Sun Ex. hi n No rileeplng Care on Kllit. Trains - cbJiigo of Cam lot any claw ol Lto Mayarllie I 11 p tu 3 41 a m 12 01 p ui paaaouKJia. E'orT paaaener " Jobntou I 37 p m 6 30a m I.' 41 pm Car All haaaseattna Tlirn'iali au Expruaa " Carlialo ... m a m 1 .tp m J paiaengere aro cirri " Mlllersburg 3 0J p m ii a in t 47 p ui Tralm! Tliebhorte und tj I'Usat Ltno ? Arr Pari 3 SO p in S 10 a in . 10 pm from Cincinnati to ht UuiV No omnibus " IrfxiD;lon 4 13 ii m 9 10 a iu li 00 p in tranaferln Cintinnatlorpieuirjlroai CS.a.a. " CiTlnu'on ' fl 01 p milt 30 a m 3 33 pm K ISnSS. l'Hlinoutli No. lO.daily, Ieare7 la Louttrllle, CorliiRtoii fi 23 p, m.: arrlre Falmouth 7 JO n, m, - No.a, ilallr, ralmoutli, .te Nn sn. B,,t,,l-- i 00 a. tu., arrlre 2 ,.: ..' Corlnirlnn Ha. in. ingtim 8 aa a m , arrlre at Kalmouth 10 40 a. m Ht. Louli In 10 huura.wlta through Day aad No. 31, Sunday on ly, leave Kalmouth 3 p. m , utTotatements contrary to the bIwa are de"V"'"""!',' "I uexiaton antrarii-- o. 2, dally excepkiuml ay, liberate mUrvprrtaentatlon aul person maklog 8 . theiuart) unworthy thvconAI-n- ri o'the public, in., arriri. IxilnirMn 'I in leave Parla .,, 0 " V. reptHundsy, Iive Lexington t'sopm, arrive Par-I- s not only In these, but la oilier milters. n 15 p in. Not., to Paaienners South of Wnchiter:-Trat- ns and U run via Wlncheiler snd l'arlr 1,7,,:,',r' alppt Hallway guarantees the correc'ne'3 of IU nru "" atatementa and erery prouilw madu tho public, ind' Lexington will be carrleil out In the Uiw. 51.?-t?..1,b-and reliable, lufjrmatloa In regarl to fWdfttJ. For lull ,: oiwung tara oeiween Land, Ac, In the Wvttern duUs, Map', Uuiiei Va" Newport, and loweat apcclal rales lor Tlckeu an I Household Old Point V""J ?lcbni?.?d'. i ngton, D.C. New., and Waa . . T Thmtiah IkI.(. ...I Oooda to all points West call on or address w any U. H, ALSOP, destination rracuad by railroad. cnecuea Ohio A Mlaalitlppl Uallwsy, Taaaenger Ag't Uarrodaburg, Ky Taaaenger Agent. Ttst. Tau. Agent. W. li. 8HATTUC, W. W. PKAJIOPY, Oen'l Pass. Agt, and Uen'l aian'gr, Frea't Cln'rlnnstl, Ouio , r Jeueraliarjuiager.fa. unTVti. Agt. s- -f I UeUZ' 'r 7ral. t p m 30 1 'IM ji.ivnvilm; iikam'ii. a, n Ko : rvo ?i KoaTH.Dout.D 1 til 33 p u n in p a ; II 00 p hi . :V)pw ST n m u t ij ianj ... i 4 1 i 1 1 i i The Only !. Liiie5r:YiTiS ll'ini I SOLTII-COUN- Mlf ui I The Direct Route Solid Daily Trains a1?,- HIwp-lngCar-s. nl, "" DoNotbeDeceiYctl! "' Wn..!Wrtter. "" u"s