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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884070801 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. Semi - H 111 Intef VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY. JULY BRIGHT, LINCOLN COUNTY. lonftial NEW J. SERIES.-NUMB- ER 8, 1884. 265. Mr. Dana's Little Mint. JUDGE M. DURHAM I learn that Mr. Dana's income from hia I iiaCiu(lMt tor Coogroi In the 8th DJalrlct paper i. not only orincely, but that it h subject to the will of the Deiuociacj. W. 1 WALTON. yesterday evening a difficulty occurred be- - exceeded only bv Having leaaed this dealrable reaort and tbor- that of Af,. twren Joh McDaniel nnd Elhanuon , When Mr. Dana took hold of Ul aow P"Pare4 to the Sun he modate Xn0T"hl? at t.mfollowing ratea- :- accomJAMKS II. McOREAItY public the Phillpot. It seem that Phillpot was in made a VubUahcrt Tticadav ami frlilav; Board and lodging, per week contract with the trustees to edit la a Candidate fur CongreM ttm In the Eighth Dlitrict, toxicated to some extent and abused Mc- the paper at a salary ... I o '; of $10,000 a year. subject to the will ol the Iemx.rcy. 8U.OO ANNUM Daniel unmercifully and at the same time He had then Cottage or 2 roomi tnd cook room, per week. 10 00 some 20 nhare in the paper. ., " . room i. drew a large knife and attempted to cut When paid atrlctlr Id aJrance. If we hate to Sld he: "Now if the profits of the paper BOOTH Singly room, per week i McDaniel but outside parties interferred, are large, famlllea who furnlnh tbelr wait tar time, 83.00 will l chanced. beet daya. I think I ought to have an interboard at the Hotel, per week....."!..!.!! 6 0 Mia Miry Kay's delect school cloaed wnen ne inaue me second attempt to cut est in them outside of my salary, and I ON SATURDAY, JULY 12, '81, ffhnl.UjSil,,!i,'!icn 0CCUP'r. the ,,m " him. While in this attempt McDcniel propose lDg ,pec.'.' contract. Speciit To thoae dearly belored that all dividends above 25 per ournallitlc Thursday wih recitation and awarding of ralritoclulM. the HnatoDvllle oft In Jug, unless No persons allowed to take water prizes, Ml Lula Owsley and Master drew a 38 calibre derringer pistol and cent, ahall be divided, and that I have The Booih and other privileges atofauction at brethren of The TimtM who eee the rpecler he I, or has been a boarder 8 Fair Association will be soM Me and accommodation for fired, the ball taking effect in hi left horse.. AccomiaodB-tlo- t,, at 2 o'clock r. v. w half." of democratic defeat lurking behind Mr. Oaraley Dunn reciting particularly well. The stockholder to whom a divi- mrnlahed from the train .t all times. HMLi, It. WII.t.lAJlS, bone, breaking it to pieces, theu ranging it.n.l , -- w Ihjard'a Dover ajwch, we commend the Mia Kay leaves to visit friends near it or. .. . v.. -.- , ,,et uciu. acemeu not Secretary. only very until Saptember following ultcrences of (Jen. John A. Lo hen her school downward and lodging in his neck, inflict- large, but yery improbable, said: "Why, XYX. ing a very seriow and prabably a fatal of course if we declare any dividend over Kn, delivered in Ihe Congress of the Uni will open again. DANVILLE wound. McDaniel is section foreman for 25 per MiaaSallie Yrauer and Miaa Maltie ted Bute, Feb 6, 1801: IjIV33 STOCK cent, you shall have one half." the L, A X. rnilroad compiny at thi place "Will "No man. fir, who i verted in ihe pol- Harlan have returned from a visit to you make a contract to that effect COMMISSION MERCHANT! Stanford, Miaaes Annie and Dettie Harris ami is a very sober and highly respected for tenyear?"gaid Mr. Dina. itical hintorr of thin country having a The stock-holdcitizen and no doubt was forced to commit UJflOT STOCK YARDS. regard for truth, will for a moment con- are vialting their sister, Mr. G. P. Ilright. agreed and the contracla were tend that there it any other cauae for the Misne Hhoda and Katie Hail, Mis Suie the act in self defence. Phllpott is an made. CINCINNATI, - - - - OHIO. on the L.& N. and is consider- dfflcultlM under which we labor than the lluchanan, Ellen Wearen and Mr. Robt. Within two Tears the nsn.r ri.i eJ a pretty rough fellow generally OFFFICE INrsiIEEP FF.SS. miserable agitation of the alaverjr qtiention. Hall returned home Sunday after a few "e j 50 per cent, and for a number of years haa Manufacturer of IUrKSKKrKi. We are told, however, that the act of re dajV visit to Miss Sallie Yeager. Mr. bad been confined in the Stanford jail un not paiu less than 80. The Merchanti National Bank of Cinconcinnati, Traderi National Bank of Corlngton, or I). Oldham, of the L., N.A.AC. til only a few days previous to this diffi- tract expired a year or two ago CM.'lon beingunconMitutional, it is the duty Will Doors, Sash, Blinds, Wladstw and it was any officer of Boone county, Kr. of the Federal Government to call into railway will spend the summer with Cipt. culty for obtaining goods of Mr. Isaac renewed with this change, that Mr. Dana Cattle tsalcataen, T HODDLEHTON. Tim Eoglemau. Ho Saleiraan Thoie accomplished Hamilton, of Richmond Junction, under getsone-halfo- f y B. F. GKKF.N'K. rtqulition the army, the navy and the and Doer Frames, Irleltt all the dividends ovrr 40 Sheep 8aleman-- W. falee pietences and has been in several M. CONNER. percent. I hear, on the best authority, of the State, and vrilh dudes, Messrs.. Joe F. Water and Grover them Invade the revolting Bate, and en Curran, of Stanford, paid a flying visit other similar difficulties McDamel baa that Mr. Dana' share laat year, including Ingg, Scroll Saw LA5C1STEB ADVKRTISKBKSTS. his salary, was $207,000. force the laws. If thin method be reported Sunday to Providence. They are looking not been arrested. The Kentucky Central ran their first to on the part of the Government, with a Hail as usual. Work, Tnrn Only a New8m run. The cit editorof engine over the double track from Round-aton- e The supper given by the ladle of the B. F. WALTEB view of coercing .State, it will he on our ujeiropoiiian journal waa off duty the to Livingston Saturday evening. part an act of war, and we will be forced Sunday school at Itright's School House luK Lathe Work, other night and attended a ashioncble par-tLANCA8TER, KY. in iucIi a conflict to recognize and observe on the night of the Uh proved quite an They are now laying the track in the yard Office Struck by his erudition, a young ladr from 8 over CI tl tens National Bank. Office boura to 12 A. X, and from 1 to 5 r. if . all the law of war. Sir, are our heart enjoyable aflair under the efficient manage preparatory to commence running regular Flooring:, Celling, Weatk-remarked: efficiently ateeled against our erring ment of Mrs. S. E. Owsley, Mm. Sam trains, which will be but a few days, if the L. V. 1IUBBLK. . M. BOaDSTT. "Excuse me Mr. Ulank but may I ask brethren to witneM all the horrible acenes Spoonamorr, Mrs. Jennie Bright and Miasea weather continue favorable: The force at you erboardluK, Dressed LimbsMr HUBBLE BUB.DBTT. a leading question?" Rockcastle Quarry has been increased from ATTOItNJEVH AT LAW, of such an unnatural strife? For one, air, Lou Ilright, who with their corps of aweel And other "Certainly, Mis Inquisitive," suavely reLANCA8TF.lt, KY. my heart ilckena at the very thought. girl waiters, a follows, Mime lilackerhy. 100 to 200 men in the laat two weeks. The plied. Will practice In Oarrard and adjoining counties They are notour eneuii, with whom we Swinebrcad, Smith, Welter, Eogleman, Livingston Coal Co. are preparing to in- and Court ot Appeals. Office in the Robinson block, "Are you a lawyer?" South Side Public Square. ISt-l- y ahould be willing to mriaure iworda, but Gentry, White, dealer, Dunn, Swope, and crease their capiclty of cars this fall. We ' Oh, no; I'm a newspaper a have thiee now in operation and man," said he Also Dealers In Kobinaon, taw that erery one was bountia part ot our eople. They are our with pardonable pride. s and ihoulJ be dealt with kindly fully supplied. The Valley Cornel Band all seem to be doing a good business. "I it possible?" she exclaimed. "Which to be on the incline. A greater inTheir return from their wandering iuy was present discoursing some of their I crease is anticipited aa noon as the K. C. particular paper do you sell most of?" be looked for at future dr, if our sweetest music, and as the harvett moon lie immediately changed the subject to gets to mattinc connection. Call on us or write tor prices. We keep a kg action ahall be tempered with forbearance moon was at its brightest "youthful fancy We are to have a temperance lecture one more gu'lble to her mental calibre br stock and will do our bast to please you In prfe lightly turned to thoughts of lore.'' The and moderation; but if yon Mt l'p !' dog. and quality ol material. Wednesday nijrht at the Livineiton church "lnK her opinion of poodles. New York aucceai of the a up per was most gratifying, of war never! naverl Gin it b by Mrs. Lula Xield, of Eist Uernetadt, and Journal. OASVILLE PLAN IX G JHILL Cs that any of the friend of Mr. Ltnooln will realizing aome fifty dallar. we will no doubt be handsomely entertain- The Churitr Journal is honinir lor thP Danvlll. Ky. attempt a policy that will bring upon thii, The Bo an the Bag eu. ine yonnjc men of tins place will at scalp of the Judge of the Court of Appeals country nil the dimler of civil war THE CULTIVATOR Thera are few sighta suggestive of tend and be greatly benefited. IggX 83 riiitc meir lanure to consiru ih ! tn it. when he himrtlf to coucienllotn about hopeful pitience than thwt of n b.y fitting Mrs. Clsra Singleton, of Crab Orchaid, fancv. As the Courier Journal waa enthusi-i- s the ppilling of blood fist l. opposed his on a big of wheat that haa fallen from hia COUNTRY GENTLEMAN I viaiUn8Mr.C Mulllns at this place. Mra jaaticilly bent ou preenting Phil Thomp-W- . own Government a'.ei engi.td in war howe. He starts to mill joyously. The S. Love has been very sick for the past son with a chromo for TUn BEsjrOFTUE killing bis man its with Meiico,an eiiruir, and on foreign great event in the life of a young country week, but we are KIad to aay she is improv- - idea-o- f what constitutes law are possibly oil1 Sir, thia non-cwar policy boy ia iif ...i t AGItICI,TUItALWEEKLIE dSs to be entrusted with a milling expeof gentlemen ia not a proper nor a practi- dition. He sleep -- Mary Koss died Saturday night with me''h)a.1 cru- - At any rate its very little the night beThe Country Gentleman Is the leidlng Journal law abidinKnea is a source of infinite balm Uux. cal remedy." of American Agriculture -- HAVl In amount and practifore the journey, ao active is his mind con cal content, In extent aod ability of corrwpou-denc- e. ,U dtciP'-q'- gO'r Times. In quality ol paper and style of publicaA HunJred fears Ago, An enterprising Vankee has applied for cerning the prospective trip His father It first Making Exten- tion, no occuplen the eitherrank It is believed to Oce of the saddest sights of circus day A inembei of Conjjro in a recent speech helps blm on the hore aod he sit on the etlen patent for the manufatureof plumes. have superior in of the tbreschlerdlvia-ions- of made tlie following citation from one of bag as proud of position ai a kin la of his ,le Pro,c"l, his plumes from was a woman driving a horse in a buggy, m"" farm Cropn ana JProceamw, tbedebatea in the Federal Convention of throne. Kvery object along the lonely j W00T fibre nnJ other tlutTjr materials and w''h one child on her knee, and another on To Their Stock oi- Horticulture! frutt'Groitltut, Bl,le to produce a plume 20 inches in 'he Beat beside her and her dead drunk hus- 17S7: road interest him. He plucks the blooms t0 JJre Stock ami Dairui9i while It Includes all mlinr derartmenla of rural "Though wo may aet out in the beginning irom tne uogwoou ami almost falls "nuip anu nieiess as a ofTr""1 '""' "' "v tu,u ,or ulv cenia. xnu butchered cr interest, such as the Poultry Yard, fntomology-- , hog being hauled to the market, with moderate talarie, we abill find that when the horse reaches around to bite him- - " hiXMr important if true. In the cam- Ureen Houe and Grapery. Veterinary Kepllcs. ftrni Questions and Answers, Fireauch will not be of long continuance self. He rides into the creek to let the 1'1'" now opening every Blaine man will The pitiful face of that woman m she met side Heading, Domestic Economy, tnl a summaKrason will never le wanting for propoaed horse drink and spits at the minnows that want P,umi ,lie fluffier the better. A 'he 1 appy parties on her way would hardly And now hive the Best Stock in Gee ry of tb.t news of the week. Iu Market Beportt are unusually complete, and tun h attention- - 1st tral Kentucky. They have Parlor augmentationa. The more the people are swim around. After he goes up the bank tatooed plume would be a neat and appro- - compenste for that hour. paid to the prospects ol the crops, as throwing Ionia (Mich j light upon one nfthe moat Important of all os and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, ditconted with the oppression of tain the on the oppoaile side of the stream, and pur- prlte device to wer outside the bat. Where national. When tt Hay ami ll'Aen to St 11. It Is llbeo Cane and Penitentiary erally llluitrsted.and la Intended to supolr, lass greater need the prince haa of money to sues his courre along the road he notices a brick or other solid chunk of ballast in continually Increasing decree, and la the beat 'Wherein the world have you been?" Chairs, Marble Top, dialribute among hla partisans anil troops with alarm that the big ia slipping to one worn inside, the plumes might have a tensense of the term,, a demanded a wife of her husband. It's ExCentreStand& that are to aupprritall reaiatance nnd en- side. He sit still further over to make dency to turn the wrong way, but it would nearly 3 o'clock in the morning."' LIVE AORICULTUBAL PAPEK, tension Tables, able him to plunder at pleasure. There la the bag balance, but yet be is not satisfied be kept steady on the head. Black Jack "I know (hie) it is, my dear. But I can Woven Wine. Cot-te- n Although Country Gentleman haa been greata king in a hundred who would not for it keeps on sliding to one side and at will also want some distinguishing badge acarre not tell a lie, I've been working at (hie) ly enlarged by Increasing Its alie from 1C to 2ft Top and Hair Matif he could follow the example of l'haroih laat falls off. He can not restrain his tears. or boomaladdle. This Yankee manufacturpages weekly, the terms continue aa heretofbsvt office." tresses, Folding-Be-d when psld strictly In advance: One copy, one Loun get firat all the people' money, then all and though he knows that he can not lift er might fix up a cheap and serviceable year, 3.10; tour eupler, 910, and an addltlooiO. "Well, I can tell alio "she replied. sharn- ges, Beds & Cots, Wararobes copy for the year free to the sender of club; tan. few tcalps to go with the their land, and then make them and their one end, yet he tugs at the bag. The old tomahawk or a ly, "the moment I hear it, and " 8.0, and and Sofas, and Everything Else cuples, the senderan additional copy lor the year children cervanu forever. It will be ttaid horse snorts, nibbles the gras and lashes plume. If misfortune overtakes the repubfree to ol the cluh Then the fur flew. New York Sun. Specimen copies free. Address Kept in a Store that we do not propose to establish kinga. I the boy across the eye with his tall. lican ticket the plumes would serve to LVTllEH TUCKER Jb HON, Publish era, Misi Mary A. Kelley, a spinster keeping know it; ut there ia an inclination in manNew York Granulated Sugar "Whoa, you old fool!" and the disconsolate ornament a party hearae. Albanv, N. r. a small dry .oods store in Baltimore, failMorning Journal, kind to kingly government. It sometime little fellow weeps afresh. He can not relieves them from aristocratic domination leivelhehag, fearful that some one will An old tract says: "The jury of twelve ed in business and became melancholy. She They had rather have one tyrant than steal it. He must wait the tardy coming was adopted because the prophets were filled a washtub full of scalding water, then five hundred. It girei iibru of the uiuali-t- y of a piwer-by- . He hears the sound of twelve, the ano'lles numbered twelve-- , thrro saturated her clothing with coil oil and Flftoon Professors and Instructors.among cilizjns, and that they like. I hoofs nnd he listens intently, while the were twelve Jewish judges, twelve pillars 'lmnR0" the etl&e of the tub, set fire to Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Norma! When overcome by the flames she am apprehensive, therefore, perhaps too swelling buds of hi hope buret into full of the temple, twelve patriarchs, twelve j scnooi ana commercial course of study. apprehensive, that the Government of theae b'ooui. He is doomed to disappointment, tribes ol Israel, twelve stonei in Aaron's Ml into the hot water- - JIer hodywas -C- OUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. States may in future time end in n mon- for the horse has no rider. Thunder rum-bit- s Pall term begins Sept. zotli, X884. plate, twelve gtes of Jerusalem, c"lljr cooked through when discovered, For Catalogue and other Information Address JAMES K. IMTTEKSOX, Til. P., Lexington, Kentucky. archy. Hut Ihia catastrophe, I think, ma in the distance and he will get wet. twelve months in the year and twelve, ISS.'i thr Unto June 30.' h. -- S.I.I . . . . .. . ....V !,.. l.l-- t It be long delayed, if in our propoud aratem ai iaa l ne fees sn out negro coming along. Hlgns tn tlio zoUUc. ....hen juries were hret UL'0.000,000 acres of public land disposed we do not HiV the feed of contention, lac It's he.ut bsats high with hope. The old established, the judge took the jurors about of under nil laws. To fill hind grants to tion and tumult by miking our post of nej,ro steps aide and takes a with him in a cart until thev agreed. If railroads abut 10!) 000 OOf) amJ. , honor place of prjfit " The bay shouts. The old negro does they didn't agree, they were fined and mi- - neceaeary. while about SO.000.000 COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY, LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND.k; are The author of t lave remark was no lens not htnr him. Another hour, that tl i0 t)i private land claims. Eveln.i Next Session will open Wednesday, September 3d, 1881. a ptrjnne thin lnjunin Franklin. seems an age draws i If elf along. ADVANTAGES. A Tl'LI. FACULTY of able He Among the increases of pensions recent- - of Alaska, the Government has (M1,2S4,-l- y courot utiidyuiid tliorutiKli Instruction. I'ompk'U-nes.-i and experienced Instructors. Comprehensive . of bultdlnirs ami apparatus. Social InMiK'nri-- . The community ItillttliuuUhtHt (or lUreiiriHl culture and hospitality, amL There was a time not long ago, when the hears a wagon. He is almost wild with granted by Congress is one in the case of 27"G acres to dispoe of, which is more than Mint home In the llhnT InmlllM. t is Niilmni lit I lie city. j'omiirnieii Ili'iiltliriiliio r Locution, Hlchmond li lit elt.itlon ot mo-- than S00 feet above uio legant belle alepi with greaaed hand in Joy. The driver, though a surly fellow, Sally, widow of Mallory, who is henceforth twenty-lwtimes Pennsylvaria'sarea. ' Ohio rlwr.aml tree (mm all iimlurliil Influences. lifts the bag up, and the boy, happy and to leceivc $'M0 a year. Inasmuch as the nicliinoMil itin ccntro old glovea, and hy day kepi them carefulthe State, In the heart AT'IMIIl.11 ulthlti ufi'WIsliuurx,eioi:nipilcalLouisville,otCincinnati, Knoi vllle andof tho Blessr Chattanooga. ly rall.ot The Brooklyn bridge has the largest Jrn ri'elon.uiiil llm.Yrie Memorial Jl.ill, littlittd livens anil heated by steam sm ly hidden from tho aim, uh it fashion writer thankful, Is rocued just at a time when he old lady is now over 90 years of nge, lUurct .iloilcriilc s span and is considered the largest bridge oli'Kiuit, ('miidiriulil.' Iiiiriit Slln per iiiinuiii tor i'Vitjr IIiIiik except naHhlnir, und in tlio best (lUnlllei puts it, "like uiu.MiroouiB growing white in does not think tint ho could stand it a motrum a In flptr fik, Tnt.1l inn var t xiciii tint ten muiillii, (runUlJO to :w. grudge her the desired in- - In could not the norld. But the Tay bridge, over 1 or full informatl n mil t it .h c, .pr 'v Arkansaw Traveler. L. H. BLANTON, D. D., ChanCOltar h cellar, to that they might look nnd feel us ment longer. crease; but the bill conferring it, in describ- Frith of Forth, in Scotland, to rejdace though they had never come in contact ing Mallory as "late a soldier in the RevoOne of the most brainless of unaccountathat which fell down under a railvay lutionary war," doubtless employs the j ia ble customs is that of with anything rougher than rutin." It opening political contrain, will have two spans, each of wholly different now. Athletic ap-r- t are ventions with prayer If there N any place world late in a relative sense as if that which is as long as the Brooklyn bridge. ie high approval. The daughter of wealth from which suiclilied emotions are utterly stiuggle were compared, for instance, with j This will be the grentest bridge ever degraaps ours, tenuis bit, bridle reins, and excluded, nnd in which his Satanic majes- King Philip', war, or the War of the Ros- signed. tricyclu handle law, all without glove; ty assumes visible shape, it is nt political es. CULMINATION OF SERGES A poet sings of a "charming nia?d with and alio id proud of the callous palms gatherings. The Lord has very little to do "We have," says the Brooklyn Eagk, which ensti?, and the red rosiness of the with conventions nnd the less his anoint "about four hundred and fifty alleged cob eyes of liquid blue." If this ''charming TWELFTH. TWELFTH. knucklM thai mod to bo tho huo of the cd servants fsmiliarizs themselves with-the- lews and unlvraities. more than all thn I mM" coxM " Persuaded to shed a few together.1 te3M Jn U,e lub on wh-dayBwould work Hlty. Her liking for outdoor eserde line even in official robes, tho higher is remainder of the world put of blueing. not yet tnken her into tho bmo bill field their esteem among the masked. But most of these are little better than a Krcat Blvi"K in lho matt Glasgow Mndisonville Times. where her fingers might get permanently Times. high schools, and some are not so good. diafigurfd by breakage, and ao tho hands given Dyspepsia in its worst form will yield to Fifty millions of dollars ara yearly Positive Cure for Piles. are not becoming distorted, though they in support of these institutions, and yet the use of Carter's Little Nerve Pills aided To tlio people of this county wo would say that will never again be (juito as soft nnd email there is reason to beliero that there is not by Carter's Little Liver Pills. They not wnhaveheen given the agency of Dr. Marililil's us they were. Italian rile01ntmeit-emplnll(- .ly guaranteed a seat of learning in the country where an only relieve presunt distress, but strengthen A Vasaar girl writea home: "I haven't to cure or mouey refunded Internal, External, investigator in pure science may find at the the stomach and diueativA anmnliii. Blind, Meeting or Itching Piles. Price 60 cents same time a laboratory and a We a box. No cure, no pay. Fenny X Been u man in a month of Sundava. What will cure the Whooping Cough; That is McAhster, ready purse at his disposal." We can answer that j a question asked every day. were out taking n 'conBtitutionul' Satur Druggists. CLOSES OCT. 4th. OPENS SEPT. 3rd. day, and came across a scarecrow in n cornAn Irishman, who seemed to b'e in great we hare lound tho remedy In Paplllon Cough Cure. It now fills nnd can be administered to Infanta Daughters, Wives and Mothers. -- A field. All tlra girls ran for it at once, and OMEKUL DISrtVV OF distress, was asked the cause of his trou- without danger. It la perfectly harmless. For We emphatically guirantee Dr. Marehlil'a ble. I only managed to secure a part of the Invo3a.tlon.3-Iroca.i.c- ts. sale by McRoberta A Stagg. -- A.rt a female remedy, to cure Female Diseas"Mo son rs kilt," he replied, skirts of his cost. Still, it was something." es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inilammatlon and raplllen Blood Cure curea all dlseaxs origina"A sad misfortune." OPEN TO THE COMPETITION 0F WE WORLD. ting In auy Impairment of the blood, as Flta, EpU "I have alius noticed," observed Aunt Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacemsnt or bearing P "Ah. n' Oa wnra nn me ann thin it lepty, Anxmla, Sick Headache, and Female Weakdown feeling, Irregalarltties, Barrenness, Change Tabiths, "that the boy who lets his mother of Life, Leucorrliuia, besides many weaknesses isonmeself. Gist to think, he was lyin' nesses. For aale at Mcltoberta A tJUpg'a. -s bring the kindlln' wood and build the springing from tho above, like Headache, BloatExhibitors from ev.rv Snienn the Union and Forelcn Countries. Durlug the aeaion for mosquitoes and other on the railroad and track drunk; as! ape. The No charge for apace or steam power. Special arrangements made for transportation of e kitchen fire is the mourner that belters the ing, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous de- train come along an' killed him wis ana Vinson, ror full particulars, auurcss, before he ltlngtug Insects, and of jolsoned planta, II your J. WALTON, SeO'l bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For aale by skin Is impure, n bite will swell and fester unless funeral." And then Bhe loudest at her J druggists. Trices St and 31 SO per bottle. Send knew he was dead.' An', miether, it Is bad you apply Paplllon Skin Cere. A single applica"Mehbe as not It is thoughtfully: to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlci, N.Y., for pamphlet, free. to be slipped upon' In that way." Ark. tion will neutrallre the poison. For sale by Mche miesea her the most." Mis by Tenoy A IfcAlliter, Drugglsti. Traveler. Roberta A Stagg. j , lEll The Daniel Ibone Club had their annual encampment and fish fry at the Cool Spring on Mr. Tim Knifeman's farm on the 3d and 1th. Dr. G, A. Taylor adds to his other accomplishment that of auctioneering. Ilia diapoaal of residue of the supper would have done honor to Tom English in his Man Shot; k. C. Extension Ac. iSfcelaUoite interior Journal L.VINOSTO.V July 7th -- About 2 o'clock HALE'S WELL. n.nn riUVIHEGES! 1 ' y 261-2- 1 W. COttHHER. er PLANING MILL COMPANY ... ten-ye- mil-itar- n aUROEON DENT1HT, y. Building IVTateil Farming Lumber saw-mill- kin-me- Rusi-fcem- ENTERPRISE Grocery. pio.r Xmncaster, Kentucky, m-ir- e f new-bor- n GEO. D. BURDETT OO-- , sive Additions Lately been I - ii que-tlo- re Price. 0 CTATE COLLEGEof KENTUCKY - .. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY 1111 n .'' j j o Cun-grts- i:pii'. 111 pas-scng- er 1884. I THE I well-stock- EiffCINWafo INDUSTRIAL Xpdsitio15 3 D5wasi.-va.factMro- ASinoaiaiT csso. t. ad-lo- jo Ir 1884. into worldly hands an J is rapidly sinking tho level of a mere money making ma Mr. G. W. Spaulding and Miss Louisa to chine, manipulated by speculators, railWllcher obtained license to marry on tho road corporations and other operators less 4 th inst. July Stanford, Ky., reputable and more demoralizing still Several new cases of flux are reported PHAHMACISTS Leading members of the very respectable this, Monday, morning. Mr. Richard Fodenomination, which has mainly ftvored W. P. WALTON. ley is still very low with tho same disease. " . -- -N nAtM IM .(?(! the camp meeting enterprirc are bejinnlt-Rue & Minor are preparing an extra ; t"C2 Lrr-nA- .','. ' . to ce the true condition of things and are .T7,., string of horses for the coming airs, headthe mseinbled. wiedoro of --8J V At noon losing faith in the efficiency of this partiu dele; ed by the well known stallion, ''Old Tral- CiuoAoo, July 7. The Kentucky the democratic patty will be called to or ular mode of evancelizatlou. It is not b;.rrW prW,P.on.c.i,.l, :JIn,K.un,d der aidiicARO, when it will proceed to gation has organized by the seleclion of lor. likely llieiefore that the Church will foster p Wakefield & Farris bought Thursday I President of the Unittd Capt. Tom Sherley, chairman. Over COO nominate tbe next this institution much longer JKWKMMIwf-HJjn(STri,rfiiail'ffi,;- t . State?. It feeniB to be generally conceded unarmed Kentuckians are here. The Na- of Scrogcin, Hudson & Co., a pair of mare "Ty-Had a pleasant visit to Wayne"burg Till tli it if New York can concentrate on par- tional Committee will present the name of mules between 4 and 5 years old, 15 hands on Saturday, lhe appointment al Hie ticular candidate and prtacnt him unani- Gov. Hubbard, of Texas, for temporary 4 inches high for $325. Congressional candidates called out the citrJMSC L nrgest Stock of Watches, jS'HK' Smith & Anderson bought Saturday of izens from all JK"SS 77 W J- mously to the contention, he will receive chairman of the convention. Cleveland D. kicks, jcvrclry x Silverware I the country round. A great U JTwtfV.lil .. is various Boyle county farmers 10,000 bushihnnminnttnn. at leiet that la the way n badges are the most numerous, but he Km trough! lolblt market frltn Lower that) improvement has been mado in the order tboKowMt Watcbrs, Clocks ami Jawslrr 1U majority of the delegate feel, especially being fought with great activity. There is els of wheat at 75 cents to be delivered of this place in late ye.us. Up till the lime atirl on ibort butlreaiul Warranto) within the next twenty days. SjuiIi. As it in not likely no telling who will be nominated. thnne frcm the I left 3 v. m. there was no eign of disorFry has been nominated Mr. Walker Ru&jem.vii.i.e. Ky., July 7, A mob of lint hiruony will exist in the delegation der. A more quiet, sober, well behaved, referred to. Cleveland helm; atrotiEiy oppo -- Hiity nrrued aud masked nun, mounted on for Sheriff by the Boyle county republi- popular assembly iv.iild not have been td by many, it i hard to form any iilei as horsebick, came from Todd county to this cans and will make the race agaiust R. S. found within the limits of the State. Did to who the nominee will hi Butler ii the placo last night, look Dick Henderson, col- Salter, the democratic nominee. not hear the candidate and am unsble to Boyle Lodge No. 383, Knights of only avowed canJidate on the scene and hia ored, from the jail aud lynched him. He give the features of the word tournament henchmen are making loud boasts that he wai charged with cutting the throat of Honor recognize as the head of the order I trust, however, it was less tempestuous will be nominated, but a foolish aa the psr young Adams, a white boy, at Pinchcm, the Supreme Grand Lodge with headquar- than my journoy hcuienaid. IN ters at St. Louis. Thisy have no sympathy ty unmetiniea act it will hardly do a ihinj; in Todd county, last April, The Picnic at Pleasant Point proved with the getters up of the liouisville mud a very nleo affair. The crowd was veiy Ilnrchvuro, Horsu Mioih, Groceries so nuicidal. A good deil of strength has NhiIiIIc, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. dle. large and exceedingly well behaved, the en- A'hIIm,, bren manifeefel by the old Koui&n.of Oliio, QucciiMwarc, ISiiKgy Whip, Green Owens was tried by a jury Sat- tertninment. both intellectual and physic In a difficulty at ilickmen, Ky., Win. liiifflU' HlivelN, Sliiu's, Senator Thurmau, but he is not likely to CititcMillH, well cot up and well received and the urday and ordered to the Lunatic Asylum al, win tbe nomination. It will in all proba Oakly was killed by W. E. Perry, Jr. uriiiCH, Ciller .IIIIIh. whole aflair went off withoui a jsr '.. It was In a conversation with a day ot genuine, quiet enjiytnent, s'.range-- 1 ItllllM, Hopkinsville is the latest town to dis- at Lexington Mc bility be either Cleveland, Biyard or Nloucuarc, Com Collar, Green while tbe jury was ceinidering his ly contrasting with the rude.bolsterous and D maid, but which. God Almighty alone card standard and adopt old Sol's time. Oliver Chilled. Champion Steol and Briuloy Combined Plowi, A convict in the Ohio penitentiary case, he assured your correspondent that reckle-- s mode of celebr.ilinc "tho consecraknows at this time. The platform will not Wooden and ted day" formerly in vogue in the same lo Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated Mayflold Elavator. Tin fioof- contain the old phrase, n "tariff for revenue cut off two of his lingers to keep from one of his legs was dead and that he had entity. Here followed a detiilcd nco'itil been conjured by a woman. f gbIt," but will bs explicit in its term for a work. One ! nuranii similar to that in our local columns will have prompt attention, s Seventeen of New York -- De Taylor, of Hustonville, was here pasrase in Mrs Rnhin'on'. aildros, in Sutritmrii f iy.lt noKlmtrv, reduction of the war tariff XI tittt "' democracy went to Chicago to work for Monday regaling his friends with some ac which she paid a beautiful tribute to an The New York Sun, which want the Cleveland. earnest, faithful and efficient man, llev W e count of a dance he attended in the tar ff question ignoicd and the fight for the Tyiee, was peculiarly touching Such A storm at Rich Hill, Mo., demolished Valley" on the 4th. The gentleman T. presidency made by the democrats on a the Prtabyterian church and several other praise coming from the hearts of the figure have been a pie is a prouder monument to the memory who called the must cry ol "Turn the rascals out," says: ''If buildings. particularly interesting character with his of the minister than the coMlion shaft ever no phtform Mr Tildcn were the candidate, Twelve men were killed and as many "Obedience to your partners. Don't forget chiselled from the puret niAh!e My would be necesmy; but with any other wounded in tbe bridge disaster near Cunadopted children, lie Valley I' rrst II i d. your corner! Form a style!" &c. acquitted themselves most admirably and nan who may be nominated, there must ningham, Mo. There is some sort of trouble between a feeling of alnot only be a platform, but its nature is The Democratic Convention Hall at tbe Linley Wire Fence Company and the excited of the writer. paternal pride in the bosom and it may be quite as Chicago will have a force of GO doorkeepers most as important Combination Wire Fence Companr both of decisive s the quality of the cmdidate GO usher and 30 piges. which have been doing considerable work hinrelf. No glittering generalities of qulv-or- il The Senate failed to pass the Fitz in this county, Mr. L. W. Linley repre COLLEGE. meaning like the resolutions of the re John Porter bill over the President's veto. -ATsents the first and Mr. A. H. Norris the crnt democratic convention of Kentucky, or The vote stood 27 to 27. School will bs Id tin CbrMian Collet? latter. Your correepjndent has not talked uuiIMirg, a' thoas of the convention of Indiana held Daniel Manning, chairman of the New Linley, but Mr. Norris thinks last week, will avail anything. If the plat- York committee, claims that Cleveland with Mr. KY., when one company imagines the other is form is British even by implication, it will will get 48 of New York's 72 vote. Druggists and Booksellert, infringing on its patent that the courts On tha Brit Monday In eptialr nut. Kur parbe fatal. It must be distinctly and plainly ticular!, aJJrru at linrgln or lluitonvtllr. The Texas delegation i put down as should be promptly resorted to. MS JM. lU'llUIX. Prlntlpal. American, or Blaine wins The phraseolo-Xjr- , voting as a unit for whatever candidate III-jOCKMr. Wm. Dugan, pf the West End, the precipe form of words, is of little New York unanimously present. hat succeeded Mr. E. S. Lee as clerk in importance; but the principle of eo adjust-mj- j The Western Union Telegraph Co., National Bank, Mr. Lee havduties on imports as to put the Ameri- secured a big victory in the defeat of the the Farmers ing obtained a situation in a bank at Cov- Allrravia lndplitf-- to in by note or arto'iDt i can laborer and producer lully in a situa- Postal Telegraph Bill in the Senate Friunit now roiue lorwurd and cllie Ibr Miss Maggie Rowland and Mr, ington. tion to compete with the foreign laborer day. unie it once, Ha I J.C. Fleece. Miss Bertie Boyle and Mr. One year of the three cent postage and producer must be clearly and indispuMiss Mattie Thompson Intend to Close Up My Business tably set forth, or the game is up at the brought the government (43,000,000 and Andrew Whitley, And from thlt date I will ill nearly $41,000, and Mr. Wm. FibIe,Miss Jennie McAlister beginning and playing it out will only be one year of ' and Mr. George Metcalf, Miss Rowland, of GroccrlcH, Itacon, Ilnrdsriirc, a matter of ceremony." The Sun represents 000 AND ac, rot The Newark, O , Agricultural Words St. Louis, and Mr. Mat Weisegar, Mies one extreme and the Courier Journal the were burned Saturday. Tbe loss is $350,-00- 0 Lonnie Guest and Mr. B. G. Boyle, Miss STRICTLY CASn or PRODUCE, K'ni-iiitm-- e other. The tariff question can not be ig ! and 300 men are thrown out of employ- Iiura Shackelford and Mr. W. W. Wise-maAnd If any actounti are made II muit t with thf sored and if the democrat fail to declare M!m Sallie McRoberts and Mr. Geo. illilloct undrratandlnt: that thy are to banald ment. A I nil anil complete. iiKsorlmciit or their purpose of reducing it to a revenue A Lexington woman ate three pints of Evans, Miss Mattie Duke and Mr. Jas. W. wbrn railed for. Thanklnj my uatomrra for Inrire Fit nil I lire, eiiabracliiir literal patronage In the t;, hore fur amnllnn-artbiiiV, they deserve to be beaten. CltcnpoM to (lie I Incut I IMI cf llienmeon a imtr nlU cherries and several cucumbers nt one sit- G. Guest, Jr., made up a pleasant picnic NuIIch. N in John A. Logan, who now claims to love ting and she next day laid over and died party who spent the Fourth nar Burden's which, from eiperlenre, I know nelb le yteatly t need (o Ko to the lurcv cities to imiko imrelntNCN, no iimtter the advantage of hntb buyer aud HuilonTllle July I, 'si. so dearly the colored man and brother, was with the cholera morbus. J. .11. VOOU. wliitfqiiiiiilllynrqiiiilllj yonuiiiit, an I can nml Mill duplicate Mills on Dix river. Mrs. Wm. Crutcber, formerly Lis bitterest enemy. In fact he onuuu ciHewncrc, Irclnlit being itdded. AImo Joe Blackburn is quoted as raying of Madison county, is visiting the family do greatly hated the very looks of a negro that Cleveland can not be nominated and of her son, Elder S. W. Crutcher. SalofiIlft,,l,,"'orllll'M,0,Conl,l'''c'u,fCM'NI,rort,ii" Mrs. ". that be did not want him even to place his that the fiht lies between Biyard and Mc- Fannie Talbott, of Sharwburg, is visiting Nt. Anllpll Hotel. .Mltllford. Ky. foot on the sacred soil of Illinois, and while Donald, in favor of the former. I mr Hannr determined the family of her father Col. Thomas Bar-be- oner lor mid (pritneirito rhanie .miii. bo.lne...on my raw miaiei in the Legislature of that Slate before the Gen. Chalmers, now a Creek, in Ca.er munly. Kr The Fnitln. Mis Kate Winston, who has been Hruih war he originated and pawed a bill making loyal Republican, thinks he will be re- teaching school in Carlisle, is here spend- isautlooar;; Holler 10x11, hugine loxJO' Coun- ter PhaltW leet. Ed! niS mw and dri.r Mill atn it a high misdemeanor, punishable by sale elected to Congress in Mississippi and pre- ing vacation: Mrs. J. II. Thomas left Urbe! The projertj- - la aud at public auction, for any negro or mulato, dicts that Blaine will carry that State. Monday on a visit to her mother, Mrs. III Good KtiimliiK Order. ' loa TlIC Twenty-on- e bond or free, to come into the State and Democrats, returning E. C. Lane at Elizibolhtown. Mr. W. B. I rem tin ten days villi the evident intent of from a political meeting near Mobile, Ala., Haldeman, of Louisville pswd through Timber plenty and acceMlble. .rV. w. ;i!J la willing to enhance tor pood farm l. Mil I. ! BONANZA & Hotter, ( title. Ac. residing in same. This is the kind of man were fired iutn by negroes. Ooe man wao town Monday on his way to Crab Orchard. I'eront vnUtix to fnxane i.i il.e li.mber bin.-neAndlbeMicMnfry rii..l 'w. f, , p the negroes are aked to support, but if killed outright and six more severely in- Mm. , III fin a geod ntn .r a r lylittf I ,rd(.iratd founi.ra Lizzie D. Newcomhc' of Natchez, Jit (ill I. Oil I.V, tbey ara poscised of an iota of sense they jured. XVe I, Hiim.nHlle, Ky. JW.tf is spending the summer with Mrs. Miss., I lhe River and Harbor Bill has at last will refute to do so D. S. Maxwell, this county. Mrs. EugeJ.. . icf nn H C ii... I.V''L,,.;V,I,'1 V ' pasted poth houses. It appropriates A onKATclip.nge liss come over the spir been visiting njak 7 hum The fills of the Ohio at Louis- - nia Dtinlnp Potts who has w. it of the dreams of Mr. Watterson. Four Saturday for Lanville gets 5300,000 and the Kentucky river Mrs. R. R. Jones, left . . years ago his paper among other mean caster, at which place and at Lexington THE DltrGGIST, things about him declared that Thomas A. $250,000. she will spend some time with friends be-l A hurricane pused over Columbus, i ei3S-- i V." A TVS Hendricks was a "fool and a conspirator." - 8k VaM)r--- i Ky., Saturday evening, doing great dam- fore returning to her hooie in Brooklyn, Sunday Mr. Watterson telegraphed as fol New York. Gen. S. S. Fry who has been war neaa Wiiai Iowa from Chicago: "The Indiana demo- age in tho country, destroying growing in Washington City for several weeks, Is m of Our flei rarinera and Citizens of Lincoln and I'reimriinr for n Lively Smnnicr Garrard Say e. have come to four national conven- crops, and several houses demolished and came home Saturday. crats Trad Father Thomas iJ".,.n:1"fy.rl-j'8- . three persons killed in Columbus. whn tions and urged that a candidate be taken uilly orooH. " K."t ZV: iwaitinaiiKnuq George Oliver, who murdered William White of Campbellsville, is spending a few Ilia linein a firit-rla- u In etery Tarlety kind i foond credit Kr the work It lid for ..." -Ft .... , Y"7 ",'"" Ti ".!""" "1 .'"" " m t.L llouwof tbe from thejr State. For some reason that I w,,f In"ncl;on hml, irW-.Tb:r- J Urge nud Allen, at Ciuclnnati, on November 2, 1883, days with Rev. A. J. Brady, of St. Paul's (I.... III.I ...... ti i . r. --.""bT ""-ii. iuaVT. i IIIHV PHI. RAl .1.. Idll.. .V"" ... V" .."!. ".'II. been could never understand this has never "XI' i.. .. V.,..."."M". '"" Ki'rire. has been sentenced to hang on the 7th of church, before starting on a trip to Eutire, etrs.M IK w ,. T -. elore pun hating elw ..,i..l M..... ii . done. Although a better man, a more honalcy.H. II. Bm.i "l .,TJ,r. tt '.uXFaZiZ ... i" t V.l. V W": .i. tui' Judicious Alterations in tho Internal A: brj. J. J.l the same month, this year. This makes rope. . an miii., i.,j f.. Hurt. il.uti. est or able man than Thomas A. Henrangements Secure Koom uoinfort the fourth man under sentence of death in Wt endorw what the farmer, tir In recard o lhe Hoiiinza Tkr.lir ini i',,i.. LINCOLN COUNTY. HUSTONVILLE. Iniill l.y llol.ln.on dricks does not reide in America, they that city. aim cellar uispiay. lute tiouitht and read nll e lot f wheat lhr..e.l w Uh the JUn.n," V I have thrown him aside four timed and have Saturday afternoon and night gave tin nlca Particular attention Ii called to The President has appointed John A, s,gB'i j ,: Alia- nominated an Eistern man, only to suffer Kaason, of Iowa, Minister to Germany; rain In rich nbundance. the Jo lhe whnm I iMvei.dd niichinery I eilend thanks lor their defeat at tha pollrf." The almoat continuous blaze of light- A Large'and Elegant Addition to the Taft, of Ohio, Minister to Russia: Stock of Jewelry, ' when will be sent to any one addrelng me at Stanford, I.ln.ln County The Glasgow 2Yme is the lateet victim John M. Francis, ol New York, Minister to ning after the late ntorm prexented a rcene I Voum. very truly. """ And artlcleio verlu, of tbe "Ulster county Gazelle, ( the date of Austria Hungary; Lewis Richmond, of indfrcribably grand and Burpaeaingly beau-tifuIf. II. Tlt.i YI.Oll, 1800," which it describes at length. We Rhode Island, Minister to Portugal. ReporlH ftom Mt. Salem, tome five thought every newspaper office in the UniArrangements have been perfected by ! ted Stated had been fully supplied with Mr. Watterson and the Cbiogo Time milen southeast of uh, indicate that a severe copies of this old fraud before this. Ours Company, by which a Courier Jonrnal page hail storui visited that region Saturday Ta ilft Is iiinliAiinnp l.owf tinna f.ttA.I Tuna Ilk nt least has three or four and every once in of the Ttmcs will be printed daily. The evening. 1SSO, full M ImuM hlklli; hl.li atyln nl cxxl Mill MesHTB. Ryan & Cooper, the new dry polnta: ra alrexl by the clumplon trotting while a man comes in with one wrapped psge will contain tho views of the Courier' atalilon a of the world, SiuurKlcr, retard J op carefully for us to examine and men- Journal correspondents upon the situa gooda firm, have been very busy invoicing, Klrat dam by the rrnowntd Mauitirlno Blarlluhi; '! tlar.i by Olby Wajtner; tion. The original edition of tho paper tion and editorials in favor of revenue re preparatory to an active campaign, it ia iver, heKawcctt by HI dam by Wazner; Uh dam Helen Jinn. Tranby, Sth dam Nrll rumored that they will occupy Yowell'a (iwlnua br Thornlou Hauler, (th dam by Imp. form. e waaperhspj less than a thousand and a Tralalcar; "Hi dam Nettletop by Imp. Spread Ku. Haverhill, Mass., was the most seri- new building. This ought to he popular Rle; copy of it is exceedingly rare, but a 8tli dam by Shark, 9th dam by Imp. Jan in. being ur- I'liui we liato all tbedealrc'l elementa arombl-natlo- n fac simile of it both in printing and the ous loaf r by the Fourth of July this year. concern. The partner, beside of the .toHlag, pacing nrd set ablaze some lumber in an bane and pleasant gentlemen, are both thoruughbreI highest lypo--of blood. Therefore Crow'a fiinuirglcr mustmess of its looks was gotten up and extensive yard, and before the flames could young, both handsome and only one of erldenily mint piolute apeedy ai well aj the sold at the Philadelphia Centennial at 23c hlgheat type Tho largest stock ever in Stanford nntl tho best to bo found in combined bortea ba extinguished they had spread over half them married. Ladies note these threefold iroi oeiiertnanol v:ia ana pare iciter Ilia tire could Uentrnl Ken- than 2:25. a copy and about a million of people bit ItlXORD 01NST THAT (Y ALL an acre of buildings, burning some valuable excellencies. Onikli I.ivitio bTALl.lo The fa.leat first beat tucky, embracing about twenty five different styles Irom tho readily at the bait. leading manu-factureaetond beat blocks and causing u loss of about $75,-00in President Jarman, the distinguished time, '.'.15'4; fattestfaiteat fourth time, 2 17; fastest third heat, heat, fastSenate sustained Arthur in his veto The The Fourth, in the way it is cele- pioneer of the colored people's stock fair, est fifth beat, 2.17V.. He beat Uoldsmlth Maid on in tho United Sutes. Tersons contemplating buying a vehiclo thia of.the Fitz John Porter bill and that her merits at Cleveland. Ohio. Considering thtt brated, comes high, but we must have it. claims with justice that had it not been for this wnsn compnllni; race, dierately Jockeyed officer will have to wait for vindiSpring should select tho eonio or placo their orders nt once; for" nt this won The first senaion of the Forty-eight- h his peculiar and enlightened zeal and the and fought from beglnnlnz to end, taken with no season favors shown but every advantage to defeat cation under a democratic administration. Congress adjourned yesterday. The session success with which he demonstrated the Smuggler, It stands second to no triumph erer all manufacturers of first-clas- s vehicles aro invariably over-ru- n Grant and a number of other Generals, who extended over seven months. In won on the trotting turf. He sired tho great with ordora that time practicability of such an enterprise, Lincoln that sold lor ?13,0uO; also tbe fast gelding, baye examined into the merits of the case, there havo been introduced in the Senate woujd never have occupied the proud posi- llairlhorne. Pocahontas, si.otberof the family, and if tho vehiclo wanted is not on hands, it will requiro from four to eight made a pacing rord nf 2 I7H and driver weighing agreed that tho chargeB against Porter were o fir.7 1.111. .n.i 07 .,., !.,.:..,. i i Muv ....in mju v. jutuv iccuiiiiuun mm ill tion she holds aa a leading member among .uo jiuuim. iruiiea a mile 111 he ought to be restored the Houss 7.C07 bills . is; a nan iniuuuk i uuiiuilliis or the great fami- weeks to obtain it; four weeks being reqtiirod to make, finish and drv a firat- groundless and that rui;.;. Another and 281 resolutions; agricultural and counties. ly, Htrldeaway, trotted three conaocutlve beat) In to his position in ihearmy, but because he G8 Senate bills and 10 Senato resolutions 2 couciuslvely The camp meeting at Junction City is 2 19, 2 I7J.j and of 13J, rovlDg show n so that class job ready for shipment, trader tho most favorable circumstances. no other family hoisca have happens to be a democrat Arthur and bis have passed both Houses and become much laws the great attraction of the day. People are speed and wonderful endurance. Jt Is safe to party are too mean to afford him simple by executive approval and G2 House bills tliatsuch great performing ability never apAll work sold by mo will bo found to bo such as I represent them, unless I collecting from all directions and there is a pears without an Inheritance. lutice. and 32 Houbo resolutions have become laws prospect for a larger attendance. There is i. (lentlemen, examine the stud hooks and rou havo been deceived myself, nnd in that event tho purchaser will bo fully They seem to be fixing for another scrub in the same manner. will And that CUOW'S SMUCIULEll traces seven The annual revision of polofiices shows a probability, however, that the institution times to Imp. Mctaenger and once to Cngllsh raee in the 4th district, which was former- the sire of Call and examine my stock and I will do my best to that the total number of presidential r.fllrc will not survive much longer. There was Htarllght's full sister, imp. Messenger. Mambrlno Iidy Tliorne, bta n record of ploaso you Jyjrepreeented so ably by Proctor Knott. is 2,323 and 72 were dropped from third to a time when strong reasons could bo urged 2;25; his full brother, Woodlake, a record ol 2i27'r, ' Already a number of men of mediocre In vlewof Elvliie all satisfaction. I nnv nut ii.f. in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from m n,i fourth class by the present revision. The in favor of this mode of religious service. horse's services at the very low price w mmU Mb CM) entered the ring and it is likely the aggregate salaries of of 815 (o 2,323 presidential money duo But in this day of multiplied and commo- I ii mi rou Mure InurFOml, paneti wun. whcnJ reasonable prices as you can obtain any whero else and get n lemtn of the last Ellr&bethtown convention postmasters July 1, 1884, amounted to ... jai. in icrtiiiiivu iiriro The guarantco on will, be repeated even on a larger scale. dious church buildings and of regular slat- horse will sund at ruy stables, 4 miles west or and the aggregate salaries of 2,103 oinmuru, n.T.,on me nianioru a. Duemy flly turn them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away Duiuno the convention at Chicago the presiueniai nosimnBiers uciober 1883. was ed preaching, the necessity no longer ex- IUe. from homo. jr. Itespcotfullyj CHOW. Imtekioii Jouiinal will keep its patrons $3,707,000, The increase of postoflice since ists. Furthermore that which was oriel- - I have tho only colt ol Crow's Smgaler'a get. posted as events occur by bulletin and the October readjustment is 128. The cam con is a good one. out of a pure s postmasters October nally designed as a bleeslng to the people mare; was foalod last May, goes all thebred trotting of 800 extiuu AVe hope to give the gaits trotsi s and racks niiceeaand their pedigreed in full by 1, 1883, was $285,G00 and tho present re- and to be judiciously managed by wise and paces to perfection.Try fast and goes the tunning walk f. D. Aldrjciiit. pious ofOcern hai to a large extent fallen adjustment gives them $284,000. Ktustue, btanford, Kjr., l'eb. 23, ISSf. Scmr-S(lccilnntcriorourim Co.nohes? wan in reason all Saturday night and Sunday and Sunday night and with tho hall looked more like a a lot of drunken loafer lying around than 8, 1884 During it did like the eat of the time lteod, of Maine, and Sunset Cox got into a big war of words, but no blood was ahed. The body pawed into history yesterday at noon. bir-roo- PANHLLE. BOYLE COUNT)', Feanv& Mfflmin for- -m to-Ja- y S,, .ij Stoi,.rr """"oy Article. n-- m?5agfr XTT-jrX""- -. iWSv: tWK' ' t-t- i Mmrz vr. W. H. HIGGINS I Ir""' ',i""""i , I ' !.. Midler, Harney -- un-tenn- carl-load- "Yo-Semit- I WALL PAPER f STAGG'S KTAOTORD. , CHRISTIAN TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, iivstoxvixi.i:, McROBERTS TT NOTICE ! 1 OI'JEltA HOltSE 11 two-perce- WEAllffl, UNDERTAKER, ji,r Parlor Iealei- in j, tan rji. Saw Mill For j ,...i euiro. e. PNlle W. H. TRAYLOR, t , GRAIN FIELD SEED THRESHER. 1 0. HUSTONVILLE, KY., CStfSSr T,&A TlS . . vjsut ccrdSS3 f-- trf. CLJU, km MBihoNitrsS . NS !: w $$? .r I .hZb'edtvv'Vr.'S' i "'". v. cjtirftfi-fl.utfMo.- i 1 J..0 ,M,, "..'. -- d j IKirln'pwVralnVor,- - rAtimluX:w:T -- l. Crow's Sinugglor 1 Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- reys Carriages, ', Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, Village Carts, &c. Bi rs '". 4 gen-nin- Fire-cracke- rs 0. raunh-misus- I'll-gri- :!. stock-raisin- g pro-su- . t Mam-brln- o, abil-tyba- I per-hsjb- aal-ori- first-clas- GEO. 0. WEARElff, Mfg.J-- STANFORD, KY. Agt., "M $ LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Theiie will be a picnic at Halfi'a Well next Saturday, to which everybody is InMeal U now sold here at $1 per bushel. vited. . . FoitKto.v ansi domoilic fruit of every On J V, Burges haa sold the Lexington Two thousand pounds well cured coun- Stockyarda to B 8. Gentry & Bro. for $22,-60- 0 July 8, 1884 variety at 8. 8. Myers & Co'. Stanford, Ky., try hatna for aale at ID centa per pound. Kvkryiiody remember lliat our accounts Blight A Curran. The wind, whi:h accompanied Saturare duo July 1 and please don't forget it. I l.AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. hag preeenttd the Val day night' rain, blew a great deal of corn Gov. McCrkaiiY ,. IS r. m. EdtniMon A O wider. Mill trsln going Notlti ...... ley Cornet Band of Stanford with a $20 down, which will make it very hard to do 1 60 r. m, Houtb (Soi.nrN Patent Flour !h tIrlnir splen- drum of wnlch tbey are very proud. any further work on it. 10 A. U, Expre. strain" rtouth... . a ta a.u, i " Norli 'i The Bowling Green GnwWereporla sales did Haliafactiun. Ue it if you want the For aale at a birgtin, 2,000 2 bushel of 050 mixed sheep nt $2.25 per head, a The abort Is ctcullcd on standard time, Solar bent bread. Sold only by T. II Walton. Come quick betimet about 20 minutes hater 'grain sack, second-hand- . of 1,000 lb cattle at S4.H5 per cwt. 1t1 sottlinir time now and I would be fore they are all sold. Bright A Curran. and 2 cars of hogs at $4.50. LOCAL NOTICES. obligeJ to all indebted to tne for clothing I Lo-r- , Gen W. T. Wither' celebrated horse A pair of ateel spectaclea and to call at once and pay up. II. C. Birr Paintb of Penny ft McAWster. 'caecn Main street, Stanford, Monday. Almont, the grett sire of trotter died FriLimikicAtiko oils of all kinds nt Penny Hupley. Finder will be rewarded by leaving at thia day. Fifty thousand dollars haa bai been h McAUatvrV IIuy no Mlus ticket from the K. C. office. offered and refused for him. IIiun.) new Block of every thing in tlio Benedict Spaulding sold lo be deliver-t- d Junction to Stanford. Take a free ride to A McAlintcr'n. jewelry lino at Penny Dri'OT agent Carpenter sold 77 ticketa to city to M Goldsmith next week 42 hea'd of NKwakadea of ready mixed paint, for the St. Aiiph or to any put of the the camp meeting at Junctign City Sunday. for ten cent. M. C. Pnrltnan, 1,550 lb cattle at 6c. Dr. K. D Lrgan iprlnu trade at McllobcrU A Stags'. The rate I one fare for the found trip for aversold to same party 32 bead 1,050-lb- . Watch M, Clockn and Jewelry repaired A VEiiY heavy hallalorm visited a porthe present. and warranted by IVnny & McAliater. age at CI. Stturday afternoon, 1'UHK winter strained lard oil and nil tion of the ounty It ii a fact worthy of mention that in the Geo. V Bettia haa an 8 month old the MoKinney neighborhood, doing Bapliat Sunday school at Danville Sunday kind of machinery oils at McltoburUi ft j, R;v,nif reguIar, Jeitfy M(fr cllU wh-cKtagjc'i. great damage to the corn The stonci in mornine was a little boy eveu veaie old ly half a gallon of milk a day. It ia about Tiik lira! Soda Water in the citr at Pen- dome caeca wi re m large aa a lien's egg. who had never before bean' that there wag iheamalltst milker in the business, as it ny & McAliater'; made with pure rock weighs only 365 pounds. candy syrup and llarored with purest fruit Ditori'Kii Dkaii Thonim Manfield, a God. juice. County Court Day. A rather small druminer for UHtnberger, H'oom A C'7 ,and SiiEiurr Mk.mfek supplied the county " well known here, dropped dead in Sootlf-vlllwith sacka yesterday at a very cheap rate. crowd, a poor offering of cattle and a drag- PERSONAL. Friday. Ilia wife wa a patient at He dispofed of at auction under execution gy day generally make up the record of 3ov. Jamkh I). McCnr.AHY pent Sun the Pink Cottage Faith Cure lor a while 7,500 belonging to the Lincoln Mills at yeaterdiy. It was a tine day but farmers day and yesterday with u. bad more business at heme and very prop during Ita exiMenc. lo 7 cents each, when tbey cot about 25 Mis Okoiuha Lewis, of Boyle, ii erly staid there and attended to it. Capt. Winr.K up the roau the other day, Mr. A nearly new safe sold for S37. the KUratnf Mi Annie Alcorn. representative of Yfatkrday a lot of roujhs got drunk II T. Bash reports about 100 fcrtib cattle Mim Kl.izi IIooa.n, of HryanUvllle, ia J. T. Wilhile, the clever Wm.tllenn A Sons, aold to the Altamont on C'apt. Karri' freight train at Living- on the market and but few sold, those vititinir at Mr. Ilenrv I) lituhtunn'a. 4 to 4J cents. Very few buyers Coal Co , In one order, 2S.O00 Ibi , of gro- ston and when he put them ott they Bred bringing Mlh.tSAU.ir. and Hki.kn Tiiuiimonii were on hand. No horses or mules were It into the caboose, but fortunately hurt no. aggregating in value Jl.isOO. are visiting in Lebnnun and Hradfordilli'. ceries offered. iin't every drummer that cm take an order j The offense is a penitentiary one Miims Liua McC'ann, ol Lexington, The Jersey is fast becoming the populike that. , and the scamp deserve lo 20 there. on a viril lo Mia Sibra Pennington, lar butltr animal. Col. Hoe sold Eurotsa Tin: Lincoln County Telephone director yesterday. County Court. Beide the uaual rou tificen years ago for 5300. Her produce MihsSai.uk Mc!toiiEitT, of Danville, met yesterday and ordered a lull statement tine of buiness, tin county oourt yesterday sit ce is valued at $75,000 and $15,000 have ia viMting Mi Daisy lluruside at the of the business of the company to dato tit appointed J X Menefee administrator of bet n refund for her. It is estimated that Mycr Hoiiae. published in the INTERIOR Joi RNAI. of the A. G. Spratl: admitted the will of K. V . there are now in tbe United Statis of thia Hon. Kmu.iMi Ouimhk, of Cuero, 1 tth. The managing directors and operaFarri to prolnte and granted tayern li- breed 20,000 ferns lea, of an average value of Texaa, and Collier Joe K. (Irime, of tor have had the free use of the line he teto-fir- cense each to J. S. Pennybiker and W. L. $100 each and 5.200 malea of $300, aggre- are on a viiit lo their twirenta. gating nealy $10,000,1100 in value, a growth but that order was recinded and ever McCarty, Kirgs Mountain. of less than twenty years. Females are Sam Wiliiite, aon of Mr J. T. Wll-hil- bjdy hereaflcr will pay or get no service. as liigh as $20,000 each and are held in ciid to be a No. 1 book. keeper, S It. Hatjno" who was so severewho Mr?. a bull. has been paid almost The Glorious Fourth wa a remarkably ly injured in the collision on the K. C, This aa muchhowever, great for it seems, ia now filling that tuition for Ilright & as number, quiet day in town. The lUnks and all the last week, died .Saturday, shortly after her t;TW 0 Curran. nverage of one Jersey to each Mil Martin DlLI-Oand wife, and (torts, with rne or two exceptions, were leg wa amputated She had never regain- - 300 formers in the country. Mii Klla Lukenbil, a pretty young lidy closed, tho clerks went iiicnicing and the eJ conciouries from the time of accident t i 1 tr Tt.u i. !L. .........:.: from Iotii'Tille, are guest of Mr. J. H, proprietor lolled around like they were I unl, jMh a bride of only a few week ' the revenue office in the Lexington district Hlgsina. lost. Two or three drunken n"n w're run I Bmj but IS year of age, the tragedy is a was Saturday transferred from A.M.Swope Mil WekuT Looan, who baa been in, but they were not boislcrou aod after to Charlei Stoll, tbe new collector. The t)ecui:iT Mj one attending the Commercial College, at Lou . only cnange si iar mnue isine api'uiuiujcui whisky oil in jail, were alleeplng their Kemoved. .Mr. C u uoimunu, wno of James Stoll a cashier. A few other isville, hat accepted a lucrative joilion in lowed to depart after paying the uual changes will be made, but all old officers haa been runninc aa mail meisenger for that city. lie I at present On a vieii to hia 6nes. willbesiven some position. J.he tranilrr some trou was delayed some day till the appoint numbf r of years, has gotten into relative and here Saturday. AM. who went from here to the supper ble about registered letter and haa been re I ment of the Solicitor of the lreaaury. Mr. Mu. Ciua V. MrrrAU', the stalwart at Bright' School House were delighted moved from office One or more such let- Hale i charmed with the way accounts editor of the NicholMville Journal Oourir, with the kind treatment they received and who during South-Ben- d ter have been misled a'ter being traced to have len kept under Swope. waa over to see hia brother Tom Sunday, ills ttrm since April 10, 1877, collected the excellence, variety and abundance of Hefeema to be luge enough to maintain the bill of fare. For the small sum of hi charge. It is also said that a few wecka nsarly $10,500,000 without the discrepency hi reolution to apologUe under no circ- 23cnilthey gave a man everything he ago the wife of a section bos found the en- of one cent at any time. velope of a registered letter, which was umstance Our readers will notice that our masthead wanted lo eat and as much of it as he Mk Jame H Marii, of the Danville wanted, which would of course been a Ion thrown from Colmis nil' car when he, the iligof Arthur and Lincoln hag been taken baggage and express messenger were the down. We are sorry for this; but, as it Atlmcfitf, who ha been UO year in editorial been Ing buInes had not all the eatable only persons on it. The amount contain- - wa compelled by the force of circumof knowharneea and has the satisfaction donated by the ladies of the neighborhood. ,1 ili.iriinr lotturd- MI it tll II M Pit fmill ' stances, no one need giegleat our mistake. ' '"- 1 in ilia ing that he ha alwnya gotten out one of ""T r Chester A Arthur was our first choice for Another Lincoln Man. Mr. J. II. Mr. Colmisnir wages and no prosecution P.j,ien, Th. jrnn Thomas F. Bayard the bet newspaper in Kentucky, waa here In both these men we hate yesterday interviewinc hia old mbcriber. Miller furnishes us with '.be following: will follow, thouch he owe it to himself lot ;. nnr Xonc of his all confidence. When nt Chicago the H P Ciituirnand J. H. Clug-et- t, Gen. Kiijah Gates, democratic nominee demand an investigation. Prom packed henchmen 01 ir.e country cnose 10 a couple of capable and aroompliahed for Treasurer of Mlsnouri, wa raised in friend believe him guilty of stealing own l'resiilent Arthur we weni uown Breakwater Light. teacher, were here Suturday en route to (hi county on Dix river near Dtulderar' ALso Titr C, G. It A X -- Cipt. Spradlin, al- - with him.-Pelelltrltotirxville, where tbey will lake charge mill, In the identical house now occupied u a u Mia niliiimjtirt liwltArMf in llip rprlAin 1- .l In iuv uar EVf AnVEKTISEaESTS. of Union College the next region. The UJ iilCA T..vi.i tajiui. an lliu v V lV.l Al I li tv of the building of tbe road to Nashville, community I t be congrtated on accur-in- g war he commanded a regiment in Gen whs here Sunday feeling in high feather over Sterling Price' army. After being trans- ' their erfire. tbe project. The folhwing clipping from ! & Dress-Makin- P" Mit 1. II. Oiven, of thi' county, will ferred this side of the Miaiippi r.ver he gvre us, certainly Millinery t Tr. ion II. I.'. the .4wenffln, which he .,.,:.:,. I... inn it ne for Ihlizr, IlritUh Honduras, commanue.1 a nngaue. leave ..,,.. - j !:.,,, " 'lite iunu.io AT MoKINNEV! Central Ameriot. where be gora with a orm at the battle of Franklin, Tena., undtr we hope to hear the sounl ft the nick and Hood, wai captured and in thia condition line of eTcry xtrletjr of view of entering luiainena, should the pro I lure hammer before many day. "A telegram Millinery,recelre.l a full Ini)ectlon of the tame. , nJlnlten la expert in the It take nerve for a mtile hi ivoape, itnd took the miall-poxpect prove invillng was received last eveuing, from Mr. Her- Mite Crmlila Ciirion, "ho lirt-clnJ prlcei will Mitit me. Oof-younc man tn elrikt out that far from but haa enough of hiuutlf left morally nud man Justi, who is in New York ai a verv low. JlltS. 31. V. TAJU.KK, phjr'icnllj t0 tnoe hia adopted ftate a McKlnner, Ky. home, but Mr Given ia fully eupplied of the citiren of Nashville, to jjj.lt Ho him Treasurer under admirable fatality and will no good official. with that confer with Mr. Huntington relative to the NOTICE I the (lovernor preceding Crittcndtn and hi Green River Road. Mr. Justi staled that doubt nrceed in hia new I oral ion. yre inclined to piny Inui foul, but bankurn V he had conferred with Mr. Huntington and L0CAL MATTERS. nOU SALK-- A nice farm of 1I5J leree, lecated he "piirMiaded" them not lo do it. He in Xew York who H ol ..iii. riniiihMit of McbolasTllle. on found capitalist had from Sulnblir will ho readily remembered by many oiii-reWell p kf 1 mil Fly Fani at V. H.JUggin r it .:.!..,.. would take the additional sdOO.OOO of toe sulphurit id a liun iwie oi- cuiiiTiiiou. wen Will. It left here about thirty of Lincoln. He Wilt ne'lthe growing - fen oil excellent wter. bonds, provided Nashville subscribed $400,Ick cream ot hit hour at the parlor on crop of SO cre of corn mt 5 ncrt ol lolcco. UM yearn old tear ko and i about fifty-ni- x 000. It will he good news to the citizen of " niw cottiu'e with 4 rofiuu. Teraiida ml pntry. Lancaster slnet. S. S. Myers tfc Co. . .. t.sn CA nsa in Hkiiilanii The 1th of July picnic mid NVhvilleto hear that tho Green Kiver R '"TS'ZwV .mtton clxen .'t once. I larrodaburg Social Dittoing Club The fiunday-schoo- l and temperance entertain-- 1 Head, in which they are fo llOOVEH A: 31 ETC.. LF, will give a hop at Cbenoweth Hall, next 2C3-Ileal n.tnte ApcnU. NicholasTille, Ky. ment drew a tremcudoua crowd. At loj now au aured fct." Tuesday evening, 15ih. o'clcck Kct. J. M. Cook called for order DEATHS. H K Weaken'. elegant new hearse has and after a beautifully worded and approarrived. It is the hndomet rollick of priate prayer by Hev. II. C. Morrison, Dr. Uivkns. After a lonu illneM of a kidthe kind ever hrnuvM to this section. (Vlliniion dftlivered an oration on "The ney alieclion, Mr. Iwtbelht I'azton, wife I will tell at puhllc auction showed of Mr. Richard V. tiivenn, breathed her for being day e celebrate." Hia remark John Hoivi.a.vd, of L'herty, TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1884, drunk and exposing hia person, was let of that he waa well up in both ancient and lat on the evening of the 3d, aged 03 ON been a with a fine of $5. He should have been modern history. After nnnie by the Val- yeare. For 50 of them she bad Beginning at 10 o'i lock, at the residence, tho faithful member of the Presbyterian made to labor on the streets a month or so ley Uornet Hand, Her. V. K. Davidson the audience on the utibjtct of "Sun-di- y church, whose li;ht ehone on all around A lib or July cxcinsionist on tiio C. A cong, her and won for her a reputation of earnest echooli"." A ood In the mburlnof Stanford, Lincoln County, O. wa fool enough to jump after hi hat Kt-- i now containing "The kinirdom is coming," was then cung piety, mingled with the other good graces when it blew of! near Morehead. The train various school in a ol the true christian, that ie seldom attain- SIJ A. 3 It. ami 7 PoIch ot Iiiuul, of the waa runningat lull speed and he not only by the scholar refreshing. Uy tpecial re- - ed. Besides an aged husband, who ia left Sale positively The rctUlence, outbuildings, Ac bMder. Teru-did not get hi hat, but broke h is neck be wanner unite to tbe highest ueot of the committee Hev. II. U. Morn- - to mourn her lose, three children, Jas O. without res rve,day of sale. sides. Qivens waJe t known on rm nintlommie atmrotiriate rcmaks and the (livens, of Louisville. William i j65-II . il. II El.Vll) Agent. Tin: August elections occur in a month. of appreciation and Misa Nora Givens, of this county, sur manifestation, fmiueut In this county a school commisioiier, allowed that what he aaid juct fit the occa- vive her, and in their allliction the sympa. hII the constable and magistrates, shcrilT, sion and the crowd exactly. Mr. A. J. thy of the community is with them. The where there are vacancies will be choen. -- PEALXn in- s speech funeral discourse was preached at her late Kmt, of Danville, in a Only one magiHtria! vacancy exists and that on "Temperance" hit the boya about right. residence Saturday evening by Dr. Green, Dry Goods & Family Groceries in the Hustonville precinct; canted by the Kev. J. M. Coleman, of McKinney, also of Danville, and the remains interred in Squire Peyton. death of interesting remarks on the samo the family burying ground. cnu-831 c ekhjl nteriorgoiral Tiik bent cigar at T. K. Walton'-- . JZj U JET I I H l X I 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 counH. C. Rupley try. Give me a trial. a BRIGHT -- CURRAN h WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - e, -- AND DEALERS IN SI Bug- ar-riv- ljy. HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implements, gies, Wagons, INCLUDING THE e, e, J Mitchell, Orchard City and Winchester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR and Hamilton Plows, Sole Agents for Furst & Bradlej 's Sulky and Turning Plows, - ni-i- 1 Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; ware I Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting facilities; AXL. AT BED ROCK PRICSS. 1 1 y ,.! U repre-tentativ- e WIENI NEED SPECIAL ni I uitt-reile- 1 Of any of the goods named below you should by all means buy them of Farm at Public Auction. T. R. WALTON l Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be TREATED oia Losnn's Fort Farm, a half-hour'- mado some Mr. Jamea Kincella, of Cincinnati, and Miss Sallio S. Baker, of spent tho happieet 1th of July they ever experienced. They came to town and procuring license sent for Rev. II. C. Morrison; and were made husband and wife in time to start life together with the 109th 'year of American independence. Mauuied. who can spare tho lime nud take the C. & O. excursion to $12 should Fortrtas Monroe and Old Point Comfort on the 21st. It is ono of tlio grandest trips for pleasure and profit that could bo gotten up. The ecenery along the Kanawha, New nud Greenbrier river ia surpassed no where, while along the route in Virginia there aro hundreds of place made famous botli in the Ilevolutibnary and the Civil war. From Richmond down the peninsula to the Cliesnpeake Bay, Jamestown, where the York-towfirst colony ever landed in ViiginU, Wlllianuburg and Hampton, aro immediately on or near tho road. Fortreea Monroe, the largest of tho kind in the world, i alono worth the trip to see. Decide at once about p,o!nj: and pco 4W. B. McRoberts about your ticket. Everybody n, subject, Mrs. M. D. Kobincon occupied RELIGIOUS. minutes anil tho stand for about twenty-uvSunday-tchoo- l chilwork The in her remarks on the Sunday.pchool waa what might be termed dren gave $200,000 for bmevolence showed that eho the true christian. Mrs. Wm. lloylan read LouisTille, A. Rev. an Miay on ''Temperance." Tho feature of sumtruck while preaching in Now was the day wao a pptech made by a little hut ia recovering. boy, Jiuimie C.Jackson, his gub-je- York, old The Southern Methodists of Nicholas. being, "I must bo a great man." He vllle will build n new church and have was callod to the speaker's stand the second advertised for bids for its construction to or third timo and said what he had to say 22. close in h manner that would lay In the shade June- The circus now holding forth . tho average co ege uoy. Jie ibbh nuupieu ' under the name of ion City child of Dr. Jackson, from the Orphans' Wallace's K B, "'KB" n... . r.,t!llP. nnd is trulv a wonder. much cheaper to attend. " The:e waa and an Capt. Richards' Hand played nome splendid and the most the day and was immense crowd there Sunday music at intervals duiing ever assembled, so the motley one equal to a circus to tho majority in attend - ; k. n a T anil ln devil got in his work most encouragingly t'l uu nnce. miss riorence ivouiui-j' his satanio mother won the lasting good wishes of tho to We call attention to advertisement in Hind boys bv their kind treatment and good attention about dinner time. In the another column of the State College of has Lexington. language of Capt. Richard", "There's chick-en- s Kentucky, located at Highland" and unequalled advantages to offer those in going to a picnic Send for a collegiato education. Stanford representative.! will he on hand there on ovsry Bimilar occasion in the fu- their free catalogue giving complete information. ' ture. o nix-year sr l-- Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, VIIjIiB, TURNERS Starch, Bluing, Teas, Hope, CanTho Loading Houso for Cheap Goods, rreabyterian ned Goods, and Fancy Groceries lt generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Eroadduof John lr Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, ! POSTED Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, July at CunpMcrt Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, ,,,, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harjiiiuih,'', that ness and Saddles, Tobaccos and majttty. Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, J. J. J. J. Fruits, &c, andjall at VERT Low J. It at J, I. J. PRICES. Country Produce WantJ. J. ed. ljr) And bellerlng In the old adase that "sl!?rt V.1" tleuent uiake lonj frlen.li and adoptingtwice cencrnlruloofraeKantlloiiienof collecting or u W. I5AIM3Y Fill Sugar, Coffee, Flour, Bacon, Lard, & SQUARELY: 'ote year, I notify all who owe we, to call and settle atonco. Thanking all for soliciting a coutinuanceof same, I rastfaroraucdtruly, rcnnlii yours 2i5j.t II . C. IlAMIjMt.1. and This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen pertraniM not to trespmon our lands without mission, as all such acts are liable lo bo procecuted to the full extentof the law. Sianioru, ivy JlctoriuacV, OusA W. D. McKlttrlck, A. W. Carpenter, 11. T. null), C. b shop. F. Held, Uvl JIulble, It. Cobb, F. D. llhodai, . IIIkkIiis Kelly. W. C. McCorinscx, F.liorer, U.O.A J. IS. T. h. Carter Hill, M.B. Lrtle. J. C. Vanoy, T.J.Foster, A. Harris, 1'. W. Carter, Ed. Carter, T. M. White, H, V Maroum, A, D. Nowland, 8. W.Olrcns. M.T. ltiuscll, W. E. Q. Montfjomery Mrs. J. MoUlfy, A mou Wm. Kurton, 8. Murnby, M. Hill. II. McAlliter, Jones, Darst. W. Weatherford, A. t;. Newlmd. 11. T nal TUB ClZESrt.JWAllD. My lltt! love, do yon remember, Ere its were grown so eadly wise, Tboee evenings In the blek December, Curtained warm from the snowy wcathel When you and I played chese together Checkmated by each othsr'e ayea? Ah, etlll I fee your toft, white hand Hovering warm o'er Quern and Knight BriTe pawna in vaJUnt battle stand, Tho double cutlet guard the trlrurs) The Bishops bent on distant things, Move, filling through the right; Our fingers touch our glances meet And (alter; (alia your golden hair Against my checks; dosra the field Tour Queen Hides Blow, her toldlory all between, And check me unaware. Ahmet the little batlle'e done, Dlsperatle all Ita chivalry ; Fall many a more, ainoe then, hare vn Slid life's perplexing cbtokera mad And many a gamo with fortune played, What la It we have nowt Tblj,thla at least If thin a'one; That nt er, net er, never more, Aa lc thou old aUll night of J on) (Ere we were grown eo eadly wtw), Can you and I (hut out the akle, fchut out the world and wintry weather, And, eyee exchanging warmth with eye, I lay cheap, aa then we played together 1 Stanford, Ky., July 1884 THE THVTir AnOUT THE BASTILK. nistory has now rovealed ita secrets, toys tho London Times, aud tho taking f tho Bastilo, which long fitrurcd na a patriotic legend to partisans nud an im- rHOr'tSSlO.IAL SAM X. BURUKTT. W. IWBWS. 7J k?&2rj7fM T - n.Wf'i-ftitr- , T.oxluRtnn, Ky, n k lit lo U i artT mplft tbt lull IriplAtnt Ritlni Cmr Mut M rVx.Hl ol wftki AtrranTnUiri tnclu4loTultlrtD TflCTtpHr '("cUlt PefJ Iq k fatallj, Mtrrr Cflurn tVJ fr l.1t rtriffsj ftiMt uor?hil rr'1uatM from 8 rut ft la puplli Utt rrra l4trt44trMf tfiMifcH) U rtkkllr al to ImpirlM bj htithci.tr Mn T'Mbrri tnl Buttft I not 1 lMp4m jHTtntl UlU r ThU I ftnllhil for Ha htKtifalBii tot ftkDruvU. ittr ot I m . i t r.u iw rriti9n t r "f &tewsmmtaaw.Mi r it t I .r - r i i.i ISMyr Trourri3Vrf at MT. VKKNON, KY. nOHOBTT ft BllOWN, oi.a."W. Of KnitucUjVtulrma OLE BULL'S VIOLIX. Caspar da Snlo, tho only violin makor who can bo called tho equal of Joseph Qatulerius, lived aud worked at tho commencement of tho sixteenth century. Ho made a violin with bo much care, and was himself bo well satisfied with his work, that ho desired Benvcnuto Cellini to carve tho neck. Tho head of tho instrument is formed by a lovely cherub's face, which is supported by a smaller hoad and bust of a maiden, tho features Tho being of exquisite workmanship. neck is most beautifully cut rest of tho aud gilded, and tho colors oro clear and bright, though they aro now over 300 years old, as tho instrument was made in 1532. Tho wood from which Oaspar da Salo choso his material grew on tho mountains botweon Brescia and Vorona, whero it was so finely doveloped by tho even temperature prevailing thero that tho voins of tho wood aro oxactly an oven distance apart. Tho mountains of Brescia aro entirely denuded of trees. It is impossiblo to find such wood elsewhere, and tho instruments of this muster aro unique in this respect, and cannot bo imitated. Cardinal Andebrandini bought Gasper da Salo's and Benvenuto Cellini's violin for 3,000 ducats, and presented it to tho Treasury of Innspruck, from which it got its name of the "Treasury violin," which it has Binco retained. When Innspruck was invaded by tho French in 1803 it camo into tho possession of a soldier, who gavo it over to Rliaczek for tho insignificant sum of 400 gulden. In 1839 Olo Bull visited Ithaczek, saw tho violin, and bid all ho possessed for tho instrument, offering, as well, tho pro. ceods of tho concerts ho was then giving in Vienna. " Give mo tho fourth of Vienna, and then wo will see," was Rhac-zck'- s reply. But ho promised tho artist if ho ever parted with it ho should have tho preference. Two years later, in Leipsic, Liszt and Moudolssohn were dining with Olo Bull, and while they woro sitting at a table tho servant brought in an envelope bearing n great seal, which tho host put one sido. "Opou your letter," cried Liszt, " it has a largo seal, aud may bo important" It proved to be from tho son of Bhaczek, and imparted tho news of his father's death, and that " a clause of his will directed that the Treasury violin should bo sent to Olo Bull." The delighted artist told the good news to his friends. " What a wonderful violin it must le to cost ao much money," said "Wo must play tho Mendelssohn. " Kreutzer Sonata" together tho first time you uso it in public." When tho instrument came it was found that there was no bar in it, and it had, therefore, never been played upon. As soon as possible it was put in order, and, as Mendelssohn had suggested, it was consecrated to art by tho playing of Beethoven's Sonata. Mw TUB York World. VOUJISE OF A FLASH. LiaiiTxrxa Prof. Tait, of Edinburgh, insists that when people think they see a lightning flash go upward or downward they must bo mistaken. Tho duration of a lightning flash is less than tho millionoth part of a Becond, and tho eyo cannot possibly follow movements of such extraordinary rapidity. The origin of tho mistako seems, ho says, to bo a subjective one, viz., that the central parts of tho retina uro more sensitive, by practice, than the rest, and, therefore, that the portion of tho flash which is seen directly affects the brain sooner than tho rest. Heuco a spectator looking toward cither end of o dash very naturally fancies that cud to bo its starting point. A Nashua man left a cannon ball on the grass in front of his house, and six teen boys, nino middle-agemen, aud and two chaps that were one woman who had pretty stockings on, ; and the men mistook it for n foot-ba- ll hopped around aud made up faces and swore profusoly, and tho woman tried tc TooU as though sho merely pushed it to hcu what u was, as sho limped nway. d bald-heade- penetrable mystery to outsidors,now apALEX. ANDEHBON, pears in no heroio light to those who aro ATXOUNBY AT DANVILLE, KY., t tho pains to ascertain tho facts. If In the Courts tho truth must bo told, it was tho work Will practice in tho Court ofof Bojl and aJJolnlni Apptali. counties and of n rabble, clumsy, tumultuary and J. B. and tneir victory was ferocious, A.t AttorneyPI8U.JUuw. Couri Circuit achieved, not by their own prowess or And Maitcr C'ommlMlmierUockc-aillMT VKKNON, KY. skill, but by tho unrequited humanity Will practice In the ltockcaitlo Courts. Collec130J nud forbearance of tho defenders of tho tions a Piclaltr. Office lu fortress. A few hundred men hastily IiBB P. nurpMAN, irmed by pillage, their leaders filled HUIIGKON STANKtmD, KY. with random thoughts of improvised Oflce eouth aide Main Street, two doors above the Mrtrs Hotel. catapults and impossible Greek fire, Pure Nitrous Oxide Gat adinlnlstsrsd hsu rs- quired. blundered against a fortress that could DB, W. B. PENNY. have laughed at their most formidable Don tint. attack. Its Governor, Do Launnr, could 8TANFOKP, KENTUCKY. in an instant and burhave blown it up Office over Hsbt.S. I.ytls'a store. Offlce hour ied Paris in ilM ruins, or ho could havo from 8 toll A. M.and to 5 p. it. Anesthetics aJ swept its assnilnuU from their ground uilnUtiwI wion nwrv. with a few rounds of his artillery. But his own humanity and tho express commands of his superiors restrained him. -- W. UtmUth. every morn- Tito assailants were surrounded by an I will deliver Ice to renular customers idle and curious crowd, nctresses and FLAXTIXO HIMSELF TO GROW. POUND- ONE CENT people of fashion who left their carDear, little brlght-e- ) ed W Mle, Account due at the closed each mouth or when Alwaya ao full of glee, nages to see tho sport, and dwellers in a cuilomer atlls2iT.tr it. K. ii Ail lion. JJwaya so very mischievous. the adjacent quarters who were attracted The pride of our home la he. to tho spot by tho tumult Pn these CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, One bright aummer tay we found fcla DoLounay dared not tiro, and his Cloee by the garden wall. UNDERTAKERS. garrison identified tho vast Standing ao grave and dignified Bealda a eunflowar tall. crowd of bystanderj with tho real assail- MoICINrfiaV, - - - - - ICY.. ants of tho Btronghold. In tho end a Bis tiny feet he had covered Are prepared to lurnlih Wood and Metillc Burial With the moist and cooling sand? capitulation was arranged on tonus of Ce, Hearse and llurhl llobes of all kinds. The atalk of the great, tall aunfiower Bafoty for tho garrison. But tho crowd He gruped with his chubby hand. rushed in, firing on friend and foo ; offi"Then be aaw ua Standing near him. ! ! ! cers and men were slaughtered, and Oaring ao wonderingly with a himself was put to death it hi babyablp, be greeted na It. KIN.AIIU With a merry about of glee. erocity and contumely happily rare Keels great anOety for the people of Jlsnford and We asked our darling what p'eased hlm- oven in tho sanguinary records of tho Lincoln county and promises to do tbt fair thing them if they will insure with him In either lie replied with a f aoo aglow, terroi itself. Thus, as Elio, ono of tho furThe London A Laneaihlre Insurance Co., of "Minima, I'm going to be a man; aweta are U.Hia.WW, or assailants, said, tho Bastilo was not taken Liverpool, who)Liverpjol, assets IM.tti.Mi or The Itoyal.of rtf piantrd tnyuf to ffrtne." Lancashire, of Maneheitar, assets over was surrendered, and that The by forco ; it I loforo it was oveu seriously nttackod. rom(e la ;y all luittnn .ay o4Jiitmtnl 1'LEA This is tho truo account of tho matter, and tetU nof.vh M umatyUySO) Jayi time. "Look to tho cross," Baid a barrister if tho facts alono bo taken into tho reckWrite to him or call on him at Laaoaiter, Ky. to a client who couldn't write. oning. r A young lady resembles ammunition G-- . DFL. HOSlETUtXa .V A XA3IE. tho powder is needed before tho lecauso .staraESBSTS- The following circular has Ik'oii preball. pared by tho First Assistant Postmaster ISulflsVlii & Accohdino to Richard Grant White, General in addressing Postmasters Ky .Cincinnati, O., and Inllanspollj, Iiulstllle, " hug " is a word that embraces a great to changing tho names of a number Ind., dealers AIn til.lnwsy A Sons', Detker Bros.'. Haines', J. C Klvhef, Voe A Sons', llaldwln A deal Kortee; of iiostoffices throughout the country, Co 'a Cottse, L'prlaht and Njuare Piano Organs. au.l Hamilton Thet woro twins. The parents chris- tho titles of which aro too long or simi- alto the Lstry, tlhoninjer and terms to suit purInstruments sold at pries tened ono Kate and tho other Dupli-Kat- lar to others in States whero tho name, chasers. Don't give jour ordera till you iei ou prices and terms. when abbreviated, Ls liablo to bo conIt looks suspicions to see a man al- founded, such as Go., Ia., Lit., Pa. and ways tako a clovo beforo answering tho Vo.: telephone. Sir : A great deal of confusion in the of tho mails U canned by uimcxnaiily frogs?" "Mike, did you ever catch STANFORD. KY. long names for paotofllce ; artlciiHrlv ls tun " Yes, sor." " What did you bait withf' the caso whero tho prurixea of Kat, Center, " Wid a shtick, nor." Now, North, South or West otc, utc, or audi E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr havo additions a BurgU, Center, Citr, Cornem, Thk Maryland Greenbackers put up J. H. W. Onion for Congress. CrcekH, CroM noad, Depot, Hill, Hotel, Hol- This Old and Woll - Known low, Junction, Mill. Mound, Teak, l'laitm, Point, Hotol Still Maintains ita Onion is a strong nomination, lienor Port, Prairie, Rode, IUver, Kim, JUdgo, Store, High Reputation, these tears. Station, Spring, Town, Vale, Valley or Village, AND Col. Inoehsoll to thoLiberal League : etc., etc., etc., are mod. Tho department pro"You can go to no, confound it ! poses to change the naruo of your oftlce, but Its Proprietor ii Determined that How- boJoro doing no reasonable timo will t given come to think, there is none. it Shall be Second to no Country ever, you can go, anyhow." Petroleum on to stato tho wishes of tho patrons regardHotel in the State in iti Fare, ing such change. It you cannot auggtst a Appointment!, or AttenWorld. ihcrt namo nioru suitable, duo consideration tion to Comfort of Teey were on their wedding tour, and and attention nill boghcu to your Miggestion. their Gueiti. she said, " Darling, why did you chooso It is behoved that tho names of at e me?" "I saw you sweeping tho library least 5,000 postofficos will be altered, will be eoiveys4 to aid from the ds frss of charge. Special acronmodatl eaa ono day." Then you chose me because but tho changes will bo mado gradually, to Coraaaerclal Tratelsra. The Bar will ainare aipplle4 with the cholrsal I did not disdain tho broom?" "No, to as not to cause much embarrassment kraitdtorLUsort aai) Claars. but because you could not handle it in the mail service. Court-hou- Tll BAR ilu fr jfr t. PUI er yr f). fcUrt.iUirrwifJ.ttt UtLIItJUU.HMtTII.U Hlf n 0rf r ilrJlir lalrri lufl lltaftr ftrfinrni pri Nl'KCIl'lC, f$tLOUISVILLr.& 1 NASHVILLE m I m , R.R.1? eiM si.i a... ;s .ay af W. Through Trunk Line HI UNEAT Trade MerL. MUHIUY'N The 0 rent Kngllsli Itcmedjr, ry, Los of Hralu Power, Nervous hxhaustlon, Hemlnal Ueakness, lnioteucy, and (leneral of Tower ol the (leneratlve Drgans; inil all ill&. Ih. I r.ltiir m. a aa Without Change and with Speed Unrlvalei SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE Is a positive cure for Weak Memo- UKNTIHT, 1 'IM-lvr- .l ICE! ICE!! - ICE!!! PER Before Taking, quence ol youthful Imprudence or the eirrs in matured rears, surli Tra.lr.MarU. as Liuverui ijmituiie, rain in me baca, Dimness of Vlsioii, Prema-- t ire Old Af and manv otberdls-eate- s that lesd to Iiisaullr er Consumption In all cum of Keuile Wrakness the Secine acts like a charm, retlorlnt loss or fi llni vr. or, clvlni; to the eye a lirllllant and sparkling Wauty, to the cheek the roy Llooom of health. After Taking. VMiirray'arpeclBe Is sold by all Druggists at SI per package, or six packages for S3. Also by mail, potage free, on receipt of price smtViiII particulars In ampulet, which will be mslled free to every applicant. Address all communications to the nle manufacturer. .UCHltA 1 .UhltJIiy K t O , rCans.ii City, Mo. Sold In Stanford bv Pinny A McAllster and all Druggists evvrvwhere Aaillfa I'urxa A Co , Wholesale Aaents, faM rnou LouisriLLt to tiii SOUTH & WEST PUILMAN-CAR- S Lltilt ltKk, Montgonsry, Atlanta, a?snnab1 Jacksonville, Jlotlls, and Nsw Urlsans. JUS!. 'ZSS&. BEST ROUTE TO FrORlDA In Palsei Cars Without Chance SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Floss Loulstllls la Palace Cars without chanfe Seeklnc FMIRRSNTQ line of homes on the I O this road will receive special low ratta 8e Ae'Dti ol Ihls Company for ralss, roulsi 4c. or write C. P ATstORt, 0. P. L T. A. Loulevillo, K. '" .00-l- Uulssllle.Ky. panic-stricke- n NOBBY! 2M-t- m Do-Laun- Fire Fire Fire saxthies. 11V "W,t&-- rein-tiv- o 1. JI. Co., e. Il9.-n- ii tram-minio- n MYERS HOTEL; The sire of trotters roaJiters. and more unev and first-cla- n Eastern horses thsn any other stallion In Keiitu. kv. till make the season of 1MI miles west of alauloid, dlrsclly on the Knob lour f.lk lilk. mil Iwlll 1 li.nullla.1 tn ...m .n.r. II at the extremely low price of 1.0 Iheix-an- n or 110 A to Ininre l'stllni with the msre forfeits the In. ' sursnee llelsa.i eirelleiit hrsejer and a sure fosl Kttler Orass furnished at 11 per month, lte llundre.1 Dollars In Hold at the Cincinnati Due care taken to prsvent arcldsnU or ecspes, t.ilKMllloa In H). the blshest award eter elten to an i.iiki.t The ui.nnt award at the Couibern but will not he resoDilble thouM any occur Is a Jet r.xpolllun, Uultvlllr, Ky , In IMS, for the Vest DkMKirttu.i aku I'kdiiirkk.-Nob- by black, with small stsrand two white feet 14 hands Tractlirti and IUmI l.nrfne' Partlra detlrlnf to 1 Inch hut), line msne ami tall, gxM bony lei, buy bnxlnes. 8epsrators and Haw Mills will please leautlful nesd and neck, rxellsnt shouldir, bark aildriaa II. lUH'HKlt, Mtaulord, Ky , and loin In fact faultlei In ajmmetry -- and will Or IIOCKhlt A ANDtlWO.N, guaranle there doesn't lite a stallion Mwissrd of 12IJ-IIIK att Main Si , Loulsrllle, Ky a tetter disposition and ttese iiualltles he almost l?nJ lntsrlsl.lv Imparts to his progeny As anetldance l",Jit "d recelte of iio.li, which that he wtll prod tee very fut boises wbtn rotted on good mares is the Isrt thst some of his very will helpall, ofrlthsr mi, tt mnie money rlfht tpeedltst rolls hate nothing but a Mr Wallaredsm away thau an) thlu else In Ihls world Fortunes r. await the workers artulelv sure At once to recommend them This of ttsell Is conclusive Tai k A Co , Aliusla, Main. proof that the speed comes from the sire, roineof the coVdctt-btoolmain In the land have produced fait colts by him Mr Ales Johnson sais bate handled moie of Nobby evils than any man, and tber are all last." Mr Wm. todd sats "no Mr Puidoui basons with better rusd'ters lite. little hsnlllnc that Is trotting his mile In 5 ' ! T VI Mwmm A and f ays "no beller elos, of horses can be found D2.HV I .kwiMjr Ok say mo r. 1 is t..i Uus lor any , Mr I 1 srren Hostel s j of thfiu a I every one a toiler AVAliWrt-y- . Nolihviiia.il arioird.il 1 ar.d w at sold to Vf . C rair, iieteiani, wino, wr sa.wv u . couM glte numbers of lestiuionlala from the but. oi.tiy l THK OSI.Y LtKK ItUNNINU horse men or our - untry niuuirc-nu,- ' of all lotrrs of gwxl the fituraWeiontlderatlon horses, I ut will let tl.e abote tultlre KiamU. the horse, and tf tun ate dltpotd to give btm your AND SOLID TKAINH patronsgs 1 w guarantee value rerrlted for Tour Nobby It be liarrard Chief, he by Mens-brln- o money TO CHICAGO Chief, he by Mrm.rlD- - Paymstter, he by LOUISVILLE Msmbrliin, he y Imp. Mnenger liarrardl'hlel t dim, IVIli IMion, Aratut I rank dun frucistNoTUi -I- Vwngers Irom the Knox- liaiutileloQtaii g g. c dam 1" S e dim r vl le Uranoh of L. A N. It IL arrlte In Louisville Nob v s itstu a th. ruugbbred lua'e former , In time lo tske the etenlng train of the ' Monea Ii. I ltoluntuo, of (iarrard ly oened Route" and go Ihrouih to KW-li- u Peerless Traction Engine. VEvn I1EATC I. TEST. J. APRJ7F ca" clly lt '' 'I "3IONON KOUTJE." nhttanA WiiicVU .. ,,,,,n.,11 LlOulSVllie. J Usilmsn W Al 9 rulliiiiiii Pftlnce Cars! lr It. II. l.fiH'. I Urecnraittlp. CranforddTllle, Ijifajette unu vimuKu nuiioui cuane. TIMK TAULi: . 7 uNESnPEIInE AND 01 flY. East . nTAllONt, Lte. l.mlt till. ... Arr. (Irrncaslle. " Ufay.tU " Chicago Dally. Dally. " Crawferilttllle . . Kentucky's & .s.. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. . . .. Route 41 p in I 81 m 2 VI J CS a m 3 Ot 1 IS a tiii Ii 7 30 aw ,'o IKiu pm pro put rm .. .......'""" IM- , The rooit direct route, with only ob. ihangeol cart, to all point! In MlnnMni. ..-low. . .' iUt , , OOIJ 11DQ runuiDg- - ... .' '"? JJr"' "Ma" kVlS lulttlll.. Kf Wlac-omlt- Y, PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS lUga-eg- A SOLID TKAIN rOM 4i)lticUriiMH ltoule.M & raoM LO LoiiiHTllIc,rliiclniin(l and Lex Shortest ItiRfou, Ky., Quickest Route welL " Thehe is a girl with a flno figure," said Leonardo Topplotop to his friend Frederick Von Weisenicht, as tho ungainly Miss Dromedarius stalked by. " Do you call hors a fine figure ?" was tho astonished query. do; sho has 8100,000 in her own name." A Gat.veston gentleman was telling Gilhooly how he, tho party of tho first port, ought to travel for his health, but ho did not havo tho money or tho inclination, "I'll tell you what to do,' said Gilhooly, "steal $10,000, and then vou will havo both the inclination and tho means to travel." A sionr in ono of tho juvenilo papers tolls of a young lad who disobeyed his mother by running off to a base-bamatch ; a storm camo up and tho wicked little boy was struck by lightning, etc That boy should' havo gono niound with attachment. Sparo tho a lightning-ro- d rod and spoil tho child. Philadelphia Bulletin. A little colored boy fell off n wharf. He kicked around in tho water, but did not call for holp. Finally old Moso fished him out, and, landing him on tho wharf, said: "You little fool niggah, if you had sung out I would havo pulled yer out at fust." "now could I sing out with my mouth full ? " " Tull or what?' " Worms for bait, of course. What do jiemedy ron A LOCKJA1T. "I ll tn tame depot with fast trains lor correspondout of tho Scientific Kast Line Rrtween American says: "Lot any ono who STANFORD. KY. el-- CIXCI..ATI. I,K.ICJ has an attack of lockjaw tako n sniull ElfKt June 3. 1SH. quantity of turpentino, warm it and With a Full Corps of Teachers, The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan VrTH Kb NoTTT ville. Norfolk. pour it on the wound, no matter Dtlly This Institution will open Its Fifteenth Session Dally E. bun. ExHir Sun. where tho wound is, and relief will folon the 2d Monday In September next. All Virginia and North Carolina Lte. Cotlngton ..... 9 10 p m 8 V0 a low in less than a minute. Nothing betin JMnm Points. " Palmouth .... J Ti p m J St a in niinn for tickets and further Information, apply to ALL THE BRANCHES OK A tor can bo applied to a severe cut or " Cyntblana.... 10 In p iu II 00 a m 4 41 pin your neaest ticket offlce, or address Arr. l'arlt. .. 10 40 p m II M a m a 17 p ai bruiso than cold turpentine ; it, will give V. J Mian. W. II. .ftNUM, " Islington II 15 p hi II 11 p m fi 00 puTHOROUGH ENGLISHCOURSE Adtrrllilng Agt Ticket and Pan. Agt., Lte Lea. C A O lly certain relief almost instantly. Tur.110 W Mnlii St., Ixiulsvllle, Ky Arr Winchester. 15 p ui ... .. I JO p m . Are taught, as well as pentine is also a sovereign remedy for 11. W. NJIITII. II. W. ri'M.KH. I.ve. I'r 10 It p hi 2 p in jt ,u Oen'l Manager, llen'l Passr Ag'l. 11 Arr. Winchester. i m 2 to p. mi croup. Saturate a pioco of finiiuol with MOBIC, THE IiANGUAOEB, DUAW-IN00pm Klchmond. Virginia. Lte. Winchester ... II U pm 3 M p m 20 p m it and placo the flannel on tho thro.it AND 1'AINTINO. Arr. Illchmond. ... Ii 0 a w' 4 10 it in' 7 14 p m and chest, and in every severe enso -- LEARN TP.fTII ABOIT TH- Ei"pm llowland ni three or four drops on a lump of uiig.ir Jiu7j, So I, o.ll may bo taken inwardly. Every family Dally Dally In Tuition, price, range from J25 to J50 In th MISSISSIPPI Dally. i;i &un V.x. Min. reguur Dtpirtments. I'rlmair, ti& Interuxxllal. should have a bottle on hand. 10, Preparatojy, HO, and Collegiate, S50. Connecting Stanford Female College. WASHINGTON CITY, Central Kentucky to All Points North, Eait.Weit & Southweit. T) Sootll-Bot'U- -- . . - . . O 1 TERMS MODERATE, ItS. ti. V. '.'. 01 k 1 I 1 1 ."' (H Noam-Iloi-.-i- The Oologno Cathedral is finishel, nineteen 3CKOU. ! geneiatious after woik on in it 31 Till K1IKAHT. I'rliicll.iil, Kj. Stanford. UncolnCo.. j .xoutnern depot Tllc Only Lino JW" tilllFS which pst.engns from tho line of the Cincinnati luuway nave,. imiiiiiiiii Lte, Itowland ' Lsiietulrr Arr. 9 ' iSTcniaJUT ivllieraOers of bard, the daughter of an Connecticut, who ran away with aud married her father's coachman. She is now workiug away at the dressmaking business at Hartford, aud lives happily with her husbaud, who drives a coach, although papa has not forgiven her. A vani MAN jN'cilitS flub- - Northilold, Ct, with suicidal intent, waded into a pond until tho water touched his chin ; no one mado any frantic efforts to bavo him, but, on tho contrary, somebody told him whero ho could find deeper water. After considering the matter and taking a drink from a bottl which ho had witli him, he concluded to come ashore, nud his huicuIq until aorue1 Ma" A man CARTER'S Arr I'arls stiiemeut by rival Hues that there Is au omnibus transfer In llncinnatl, lietween the I'lnrlnnatl J.tc Wlncbesier Southern t'.'y an 1 Olilo A Mlsilss'ppl it y. It a de- Arr I'arls I.ve I'arls liberate mitrrprcsoiitatlon ,,nlriit Tintoi'OH Arr Cynthlana , ('liiclniinll frr In the Orand tVutralloth rosds enter the mm Lte i.x Passenger Mullon he ranx. " Itlchnioiid... " Winchester . 1 v C'.AO.ity K .... 2 3J a in p ni 10 49 a in p lit II 0)i m 3 oo p m 1 p in 1 I M p roj 1 Ti4Tj"iii i HI H 4 in m T" "77. M p in 7 as a m H p in 8 10 a m a iHis ; 00 a fi llW (iiilv JjlUCTUAlNsilietwvenCla. dnua'l siid i)t Iouls niilioiii transter forixsien and " ) S 10 4 sggag at Internieillat. points, fly any other route via Cincinnati you havo a inldulght of ears. rharsi " Cotlnioii . fl p (7 p 5 p OS p p in m m m in 2 00 p ui 2 H p in 2 SO p m m7 8 JO OS " V S V f in ji,n h W a m . a 9 in SO a til a m 10 n in in MAY.SVII.I.K f.ro 6 Illt.lVfll. I Only Theleasing Louis, i poit-pone- d has beon found in Pemwvl. "As far as tho ovidonco who voted for T' " Jeffei-u- a goes, it seems you struck this man with,.. ( 41. n Mi.1 v....t,.i,....:..i provocation. What 4 ivniuL-Uilll- l I'lt'C- - out the slightest IlllliU, "v tion, which was tho first contorted na- have you to say for yourself, Mr. Giltional election. Ho is 108 years old. and hooly?" Gilhooly "Your Honor, he must have boon bom in 1772, and have didn't know I was behind him. IIo wuh been a voter in 1793. Ho is four years I talking about me, and I heard him say, ' ' that fellow, Gilhooly, is tho biggest,' older than tho nation. and beforo ho could finish I just hit A leading New York saving bank him a wipe. I know ho meant to say has given formal notico that after next Gilhooly is tho biggest fool on Gulves-to- n January it will only charge 5 per cent, island.' " " But suppoo ho did not interest for money that it lends on real-eeta- mean to say you weio a fool ? " " Then security. Other banks will swing let him swear lio didn't and tho lick into line aro in lino, indeed, but have shan't count" not yot advertised their policy. Joennt cams homo from school very The Empress of Germany is a very much excited. "What do you think, charitablo lady. Sho supports a school pa, Joe Stoward, one of tho big boys, .uuf hospital in Berlin out of her private had an argument with tho teachor about purse, a question in grammar?" "What posi" His last position The merchant who truats ia the mer-0t- tion did Joo tako ?" wad across ft chair, with his face down," who',,buU." yers'pose?" Recorder nn I Buckten's Arnica Salve. Tho best Salve In the world fur Cuts, Bruiser, Sores, Ulean, Salt Kheuui, Fever faorei, Telter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, aDd all irlcln rnmflnni mill unltlvelr euros Piles, or no par re quired. Is ls guaranteed to ijlvs perfst satlifac-tlo- n or money relunded Prie 3J cants per box For sale by Penny A McAllster. An End to Bone Kick Jlcadacho and relievo all tho troubles Incident ton bilUMis elate cf tho avstt in, such as N'ansen, Drowslnots, Distress after eating. iuio iiit-- .r most tvuuwi. in 1 10 B IOC ". cMo tucciti had been eli jvrn In curing CUHE Scraping. te nivard Shenherd. of Harrlsburif, III . sari Having recelvod s much benefit from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to let suturing nirnan-- u knov It Have bal i running sore on my leg lor eight years; my doctors loll mo that I would have to bare the bone icraped or Ifg aiupuia.eu. T.,.0.1. initM,!. three bottlei of Electric Bitters and soven boxes Arnica Salve, and ray leg l now sound and well" Electric Bitter are sow at ou renti n Wile and Bucklln's Arnica Salve at 25c per box by PennyA McAllster. A Ilcaddehc.yct Carter's Littlo Liver nils are enaally valuiblo in Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, whllo they also correct allrtleorclersof tho alomach, stlmulato tho liver tho bowels. Bvcn If they only cured aud SICK Acho lliev vronldbcalmoatprlcclcsa to thotnxvho fortn-jiatel- y enirtr 1 rom tills dlstretsinir complaint; but here, and those their coodnesa does not whonnco try them willflndtheeollttlurmuvalti. blelneomanywayathatthcywllriot be willing Uut after all lclc nead HEAD ACHE o The Direct Houtc 5? W.UVS! via LoulsllK, 2 Solid Daily Trains ftiYrt Day and hoiirs,wlib bt. Ixiiils in 10 thro-jQ- oaTllIOlND. Cincinnati at T p m and t i m u i the lailir,r to c umect will, the in-- ! Lte Cejilnglou ni in I V the jer i I. will-- niskts ' Uxlnglon wuii ull iiioriilnj trains from it. Louis to .. the West ind North wrtt V?.',1.- 1Arr Mlllersbiirg . . -- . farllslo managruunt, and In consequence Is the, only Hue J;,lin"0"- " Mastlll which can guarantee a continuous trip, if- I v 1'i.ur Nld Dally Train Clrelnnati to M. Iuls l.ve-rCur in th's Iritlns Runs Tbrouch. PareoiTII-1'oi't.lor Cm aio 11 im on Day Tralna, i'll.ice No Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. change of Cars lor any clau ol Lve Mayivllic.. patenjeii. l.tirr poi'ecger 'ol',Df All has a seat In a Througli Car ! ?m'.I,Ib passengers are carried on I'xprcss Mlllersburg. Trains' The Shortest and Quickest Lino Arr I'arls from ("lurlnnatl to St Louli' No omnibus ' Lex ngton transfer In Cincinnati lor pasengcrs Irom CS.lt. It. " Citlnglon Pas-ei- Liuo.retra.t1. biinday only. 7 So S. Dally i:x 7 2 Dally Ev fcun. 2 00 p ni IDi p m ao P ni 47 p m So 5 The Only Lino l?,TS?.n -, 7 s " 8 10 u 8 :w n 0 17 a in no a 00 a m a in I 8 "'! s 1S m 8 10 a in fl ml 9 00 n in fl m. a 18 a in 7 tii'lO SO a tn' 7 07 W nm 4' iu m !iindB)- - n'. Sa ouly. ,V.x. No. si ,' So. si" Dally Dally oun ,i:. I I ' bleep- Startling Discover. m Mr. Win. Johnson, or Huron, Pat., writes tba bis wire bad ben troubled with acute Bronchitis for many yean and that all remedies tried gave no permanent rellel, until he procured a bottle of lor Consumption, Dr. King' New Discovery Coughs and Colds, which had a magical eflect and produced a permanent cure. Iv Is guarantied to euro all diseases of the Throat, Luogs or Bronchis al Tubes. Trial bottlei free .at Peuny A McAlls-fet'- IathaTjanocf eo many llvri that hero mako our Rrcat UoasU Our plUa euro It whllo Others do not. . . Carter's Littlo tlvcr 1'Uis aro vcrrBrawinua very easy to take ono or two pine min.-and ilo not grlno or They aro strictly rnrRe,butbythJlrftentlo action plcasoallitho fn vlUtiSronta! flVO orl. Sold Tiv cvLrvwhcro. orient by mill. Is wliere we ,,.. uw rimr-Mat- a Drug Stow, Large slio 81. CAltTE? KE1)ICI'E CO.,'orYork. contrary to the above are deliberate misrepresentations, and persons making S2, dally cxceptHunday, leave rirls 8 20 a, them are unworthy the confidence of tho public, m.i arrive Lexington 3 10 am. No. '3 daily except Sunday, leave Lexington 4 80pm: arrlte Par-ti- n not only In these, but lu other matters. 15 pm. Note South Winchester: !M,b,!2 Nos.s, tol'anengers run via ofWlnrbetter andTrains 4, 11 and 12 alppl Hallway guarantees the of Its only. Tralna Nos. C and 1 via Winchester or I'arli Paris statements and .very promlio made the public, and Lexington will be carried out tn the letter. 8 and 4 run via. Wlnchftter. Katt Line-N- ot. For full and reliable Information In regard to Solid trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars between Land, Ac , In the Western Matrs, Map", Ouldea F,liniCo?!l"! V,cnu?'? ' Nowjmrt News, and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Household and Washington, D.C. Through tickets and bsegage checked to any GooJs to all points West call on or address U. II. ALSOT. detllnatlon reached by a railroad. Paneoger Ag't Ohio A. Mlssliilppl Hallway. 8. F. D. MOIWE, W. II. WHITTLE9EY, Ky Ilarrodtburg, Passenger Agent, Trav. Pass. Agent. Vf, B. 8IIATTUC, W. VT. PEABODV, cS,mni!,0'pi y Lexington, Ky. C. W. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. Agt, Prcs't aud Oen'l Man'gr, H.-FULLKU Cincinnati, Ohio, 'Jeneral Manager. on. Pss. Agt. ing Cars, in in Palinnnth Aommmrul.llMi Ma in .lallw lA- -.. Covliiglon5 23p. ni.: arrive Falmouth 7 30 p. iu. No 9, dally, leavo ralniniith, r, oo a. CovlugtbiiSn. m. No. SO, rtiitidaynnly, mi unite lentaCot. Ingtnii85a in ; arrive nt Falmouth 10 10 n. in. No. SI, Sunday em ly, leato Falmouth .1 p. m ; arrlte Covington 5 p. in. Lexington and Paris-N- o. ' m 5 4 a m 30 n " -- ' " ' tit 7 11a a so p mi in a 4 15 p mi 9 0 a o 0' p m'U o a 1 . . I S7 p 2 4' P 3 0' p m in m i2"op"m 41 p m 'J.Sp m 47 p m a 10 p m a 00 pm 5 SS p m mll2 ui Do Not bo Deceived corri-ctuet-