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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884071101 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. i Semi HI VOLUME XIII. Semi-SSIcchl- rKKr Kill COUNTY. iitefio 11, 1884. STANFORD, KY, FRIDAY, JULY PAINT LICIl, GARRARD WILLOW GROVE. BOYLE COUNTY. NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER 266. fi t i 4 .4 t Our town ha been rather quiet thta Mrs. Maggie Sewell, of Louisville, one Marjadt.IiUs for Coai;res In the th DUtrlet subject to the will of too Democracy. week, nobody hot alnce Sunday. of the handsomest ladies that has erer vis W-."- l WALTON. MIm Jonnio Todd, of Richmond, ! ited tbi aeclion, and Mrs. Miller, a lively the gueat of Mn. D. 0. Slaughter this and wealthy widow of Ilardstown, have I a CanJUits for Coagreia lo the Eighth District. been visiting Mrs. Lie Yeager. Mr. Thos. JFrlitnyt, week. rubUaheit Tuemlau aubjxttothewlllottheDemocrai'r. r M.Johnston, of Lebanon, is advertised to Hon. M.J. Durham and J. B. Sa.OO wilt apeak: here Saturday, July 10, appear at Providence next Sunday, There AIWUM. IVT. is aUo talk of wedding tickets on which at 2 o'clock Whoa pall strictly In advance. If wa lur to Farmer here don't ream to like the his name will appear. Mrs. E. O. Milton, STOCK wilt nr time, 83.00 will b charged. prospect of (he wheat market. Some of of Memphis, is up on a visit to her mother, COMMISSION MERCHANT! them ny they will tnck their wheat and Mr. Rev. V. E. Kirtley. Prohibition in Rockcastle Count. In his letter of Tuenday'e Interior hold for a better market. O.YIOI STOCK TARDS, Riiltr IrJrti.tr Journal: Mr. II U. liiUon will ko to Dakota Journal from Bright, Ky., Mr. Frank -. CINCINNATI, Having had an opportunity to obeerye to Territory next week on a visit to hi broth- Enzteuiao very kindly advertised twn OHIO. aoute extent the operation of the new li- er. Mlfn Maggie Adams hu Stanford dudes; and they say that as he is OFFFICE IllfSUEEP PES3. unnt to quor law in thia county, I beg leave to prea real good bor he can go unmolested. on a Walt to her brother Willi BitPBuaKCRa. Merchant National Bankof sent through your excellent journal a few Natlouil Bank of Corlnjton, or The 4th of July picnic at Kirksrille One of them state that Frank's "youthful aor officer of Boone county. Kr. thought A lo the working of Raid law. wa a ucceH in erery pirticuUr. home fancy lightly turned to thought! of love" Cattto8.Ie.-- w. ffSoDlfeHTO. Toconvioco any itenaible and Gtb hundred pron were present, a much at the aupper and moonlight picnic at Hog 8iIesmau-- B F. GREENE. man in thia county of thu neceMity larger crowd than hneep Salesman W. M. CON NEB. wat expected, but there Bright, for it can be proven by a Methoof itome auch atepit in the direction of pro- waa enough to eat far erery one dist pteacher that he (Frank; monopolized hibiting the almoit wbotwale driuking of A. The Interior Journal win doubly the company of one of the loveliest apirituoun li(Uora within our community. appreciated thin week an it contained an young ladies in Lincoln that evening, I neel only to intimate concerning the interesting communication from llrieht, and an interesting portion of his lengthy THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL of the county during the Ut few year. our old stamping ground. We were glad conversation wa overheard, but if he will And the LoulitllU The county has become no famoua, ur rath- to dm that the 4th of July aupper at the not say anything more about "the accominfamous, abroad for it lawletaneiM that chool-hou, er but then it plished dudes' I will not tell for what win a aucce-Courier-Journ- al the name of Hockcaatle baa raot pawed could ml hare been otherwise when under purpose he had all the curtains on that bug Oa year (j: only 91 two pipera fir little into a aynooym for that of the lower re the auperviaion of the iadlea named. gy "while the harvest moon waa at ita more tuan tbe pries of one. giona. Fuithermoto, it wan faat becoming Hright m on the boom, we are g'ad to eee, brightest." By p.yicj ui SI you will metre for one year in the it ha a doctor, an auctioneer and a gifted a rmort from juatice for One day's experience of a gentleman The Orange Tree. The orange tree is l, yo'ir home paper with the tbe 1 Their Slock oi adjoining countiea. It wai only Iaal winter C3rreondent, alto Tim Eogleman bai the of this neighborhood verified the truthful- the longest-livereprneouttre newapiper of the South, democratfruit tree known. It is ic acl for a tariff for rereaue only, and tbs beet. during court in Laurel county, that the title of Captain, now. ness of the old saying that "misfortune brUbteatand abUut family weekly la the United reputed to have attained the sge of 300 Htates. Tbov who desire to examine a sample population of Liringatoa and Pine Hill Another negro ahot Sunday, butit wa never come singly." He had occasion to years and it has been known to have flourcopy of tbe Courier-Journcan do so at thta offlce. wm almoat double 1 by Ira anient Tailor from accidental thin time. A. little negro boy cros that usuallr placid stream, the Hang- ished and bourne fruit for more than 100 that Co. and Ihia Co., while the grand jury about air yeari old was playing with n ing Fork, and when in the middle of the years. No fruit tree will grow and produce And now haye the Best Stock in Ceo wm Inneuhn, would, to ue a rtrong ex cartridge, and in itome way it exploded, the stream hia horse lost its foothold on a slip- fruit to well under rough treatment. It tral Kentucky. They have Parlor almost depopulated of It ball entering the head near the left eye and pery rock, be waa thrown from the sad- commences to bear the third or fourth predion, and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, Thii notice fjrewirm huntera, fijheroiea ami male inhabitant. It waa perfectly ei-de- a piece of the hull going into one of his dle, acd being unable to swim, he barely Cane and Penitentiary year after budding and by tbe fifth year it tr.uiparjotto trtpuion our landa without m all auch acts are liable to be procecut! that there was nj alfiaity between hamla It i thought that he u not eri drowning. Reaching the shore in will produce an abundaotcrop, but its yield Chain, Marble Top, to the full extentof the law many of our citizini and the jury. One oualy wounded. On the name e7ning two safety, however, he had hardly recovered will inctease gradually under favorable cirhUntord, Ky March 171b, 1351. signed. Centre 8tand& ExD. McKlttrlclc. uui w. m. Mcuormacxr, Hecuied to b charged with poaitUe and the ) little ,0T(li ar0ut ten or twelre year old, hi position in the saddle, when the light cumstances and as the years tension Tables, H. T. Buab, pats on it will A. W. Carpenter, C. Ulahop, F. Held, other with negative electricity, which have one colored and the other white, got into a ning struck a tree in tco clce proximity to become a very productive tree. The early "Woven Wine, Cot-te- n R. Cobb, Lerl Hubble, the property of repelling each other. F. D. Rhodes, Top andHair Mattight. The colored boy struck the white be the least bit comfortable. As the storm, growth of the orange is quite rapid and by Ulrica Kelly, A J. F. Uorer, W C. McCormaca, B O. I think that the good people of this boy on the htad with tresses, Folding Bed Lounrock and it is which had just come up, was raging, he the tenth year it will have increased more 11. B. Lytle. U. L.Carter T. J. lllll, J. W. Weatherford, county can stand it no longer O ir cup of thought that hie skull is broken and he is sought shelter under a tree near by, the than in the next fifty years, o far as its & Cots, Warorobes ges, Beds C. Vanoy, Wm. Burton, We have be- said to be in a critical condition iniquity seems lo have filled J. 9. Murpby, top of which blew off and he narrowly t and Sofas, and Everything Else J. A. Harris breadth and hight are concerned, but its P. W. Carter, J. M. Hllf. help 'I. -in held, with no power to arrested caped being crushed beneath its branches. age multiplies its fruit stems greatly and Eept in a Store Ed. Carter, The Best boys haye nit J. II. McAlliter, T J Foatfr. J. D. Jones, pernicious truffle of this dradi yet and it seems that our Hi r ire not Starting hurriedly home his horse became an old tree will sometimes bear several Sugar Prices. M. White, T. J. Q MonUOTier age. We have teen it demoralize our making much effort to fin.l H. E. Marcuui, Mra. J. J, Mobtrfy, ttie. The frightened at something by the rcadside thousand orange. W. E. Anion M. T Busm, young men and dispel ail bapp.noss from constablaot thU precinct had the writ for and threw him down au embankment oi A D. Newland, U.J. Daot. What He Made. I have made a thou3. W QUens. We have ""en it gerer-at- e them an i he was taken wr.h a heat A. C KewUnl. our home. several feet. "Slightly disfigured but still sand dollars during the last three months," lrri and fuller a corrupt, public senti of thu lung an 1 of a urK he i t able to in the ring," he caught the loose animal STANFORD. KY. boastfully, to a crowd until hunt for them. We undets'and that he and a solitary horseman was once more said n saloon keeper, ment even among e'- r w W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. of hi townsmen. ot j.wtrlem to ha sent the writ lo the sheriff, o we don't journeying homeward, and when he came the Oood News ha "You have made more than that,"quietly ruin Thee are know bow it will terminate now. Wo are in sight of his residence be discovered check tbe onward rue'' BlaeofStaite.OxSO. Elht ootnalate nis of 8cn-er- y lis ilavlue leased thia deilrthh renrt and thorBeatln; capacity, Including gallery, S30. "ill feitify to loll that three prominent lawyers from smoke issuing from the building, indicating remarked a eaer. Tlit ft not essgvration oughly renovated it, I am n.iiv prepare-- to accona Reaaonable rate to gntod attraction!, Addret "What is that?" was the quick response. modate tbe public at the following rates: aa abore. tlm truthfulneas of Ihwo Utementa. Lancaster, Bradley, Dency and Kauffman, that it was about to be enveloped in dames. "You have made wretched homes-wo- men Board and lodging, per eeV 7 00 There can be no (firstidn as to thtt plrit htld a consultation with tbe by one day On arriving, however, he found that it was Pel day I 09 and children poor and sick and Millinery & Dress-Maki- n? ! Per meal aa of the Uw being a ifxxl one. The law is laat week ami they agreed to defend them only a false alarm. He was shocked Cottag4 of 2 room i and coik Toom, pr week. 10 0 life. You have made my two weary of 1 room ' " " " " 7 08 intended to prohibit the sale of any intoxibeyond endurance when he learned satisfac-moil but tber couldn't make gtngt room, mr week sons drunkards," continued the speaker, AT MoKINNEY! S 0 cating beverage, including ale and beer, bury arrangement about tbe money. It is j'ust then that while the waherwonun wai Faiulllea who furnish their own rooms and with trembling earnestness; "you made the board at the Hotel, per week . ............ .... 5 00 I hare received a full line of erery rarlety of within the bonier of the county To reported that they sent tbe constable word at work a sudden rise of the small creek No two families can occupy the aime cottago younger of the two so drunk that he fell Millinery, and Inrlte an Inspection of the same. avoid conllict with tbe privili-g- e of the d!s tocitch them if he could, and then skipped in front of the house had caused every Mlaa Cynthia Orson, who la .a expert in the without first making a special contract. SpeciaL. and injured himself for life. You have will assist me. Uooli Hrat-cland prices ratra toclubi. No persons allowed to take water tiller, the new law allow htm to sell any out. down made their mother a broken hearted woman. Terr low. j garment of the family to go floating ofTlnjugi unless he isor has been a boarder. StaJtKS. St. V. TABLKU. McKlnney, Ky. ble aud accommodation for horses. Accommoda2tl.lt amount of his liquor above '20 gallons, protbe stream; that tbe rain bad drowned 1U3 O yes, you have made much more than I tions furnished from tbe train at all times. Reproduction. vided it is taken oil hi premises. The 261-H, V. ESGLKHAN. out of a flock of 150 chickens and the can reckon up, but you'll get full account NOTICE ! The reproductive power of nature is wind psnalty for violation is a fine from $25 to down his fields of oats and had blown day, you'll get it some time." some marvelous to contemplate. You plant an $100. nice farm wheat entire. Not poveenn; the patience JTIOUSALE-- A Southeast of 1ISH acre, located of Nicbolaarllle, on -The Presidential Vote of I860. Beside the officer of the countr, whoae ear of corn and it produce ten thousand and forbearance of Job of old, it wm not DANVILLEsulphur Well pike 1 mile from Sulphur the duly especially it is to enforce this law, any fold; you set out a cutting from an apple with a light heart that he crawled into The total vote for President electors in Well. It la In a high atate of cultivation, well fenced, excellent aell the growing private citizen may prosecute a violator; tre and it produces ten thousand fold. bed while his wife hid bis only remaining New York in 13S0 was 1,104,G05. Of this crop of 39 acre of water.and Will ol tobacco. Has com 5 acrea cottage with 4 reranda and pantry, should assist in A blade of grass in time spreads all over undergarment wasted and made white. Garfield had 555.554 -- a majority of 3,242. a newcistern, orchard,rooms, new man every good barn, Gt) acre in larR the I.iwn. Through ail the Tast range of The chair on which it was drying turned Supposing the oppostion to he consolidated, clorer. Price low. Poueailon given at once. making the law effective. HOO t'KK - 31 ETCA t.r, The law, aa slated in subitance abive, nature the law of multiplication ii the over and threw the shirt into the merciless a change of les than 1,700 votes would I. Ileal Estate Agents. Nlcbotaarllle, Ky. rule. From inanimate life al least we tli we, and with the gentleman in the pre have carried the State into the Democratic went into operation some two month ago The mult has been a a happy one. Drunk- call it such the multiplying law can be dicament mentioned, the curtain falls. If column. The oppisition, however, was . applied to animate life. Everything in anybody cm beat that day's record he de- divided. Hancock received 534,511 votes en men ha7o born few in number and Manufacturer, of less than Garfield. Of the -- DXALK universe U trying to reproduce itself. sires that it be put before the public. 21,033 IX- between. I have heard old men say that the , 2,177 were returned aa scattering, It is au instinct, a passion with all things Dooi-hthey have never seen it thus in o short a Saah, BUnds, 1Vlato Mr. Blaine, the republican nominee while General Weaver, the Greenback Dry Goods & Family Groceries time before, no, not in Rockcastle. Of that have an existence. You have noticed for President, was an active, prominent, candidate, polled 12,273. Greenback foi. course an absolute and immediate check the crowds that Hock to photographic Frames, Meld-and TURNERSVILLE, you may say it is and even violent member of tbe secret or- rtune were at very nearly their lowest ebb, If can not be expected. He yet the managers even then almost held the Tho Loading Houso for Choap der of "Know Nothings," in 1S53 There are several reason for believing human vanity takes them there.. It is not Iurr, Hcroll Saw had been a member of tbe Catholic church, balance of power. U i stronger pow Goods, that it will take tiuu for tbe full operation altogether w, but largely They go to reproduce theme!ves, but ne abandoned that denomination, iden- er. Work,TurH- of the Uw to come into effect. Public There U a rumor that one of the recen And bettering - In lh Id lne that "abort ' and ad'Ptlng the ui4kIon; eren in shadows The intioct is the same tified himelf with the CingregationaliMs, Vassar graduates tlirteJ for a month with a mut bn regenerated. This can ongeneral rulenf men of collecting twice became a member of the "Know Nothing ' year. 1 notify ll tIhi o ni, liy linear aclug Lathe Werk, scarecrow before she discovered tho misly be done by the filth and support of all it is reproduction all the time in one way' all Ut re'etuble the blade organizition, and as editor of the Augusta take This show4 how little a Vassar edu- count, lucall xnd M'ltlrtatoace TfwnkKu same, I citinns being pledged to the or .mother. The man past fetors jnds'iluitlng a cootlnuancj of ani(Maine) Journal, exhibited the fiercest Flooring, Celling, Wealli help of th" officers in executing the law. of corn, !he family reiemb'.ia the apple. cation really amniini to IN. Y. Graphic. remain )oura truly, 261-- u ir. r. iMJiEi The edict to increase and multiply was mosity toward Cttholica and tbe populaEanh oujht to understand that he has an Wheeler ha a new poem, entitled E!U Tlieie writ- tion of Irish and German birth. of our law, written in niture before it wa erbuurdiuK, intlueuce in the "Any News From Bibyland?" A Ella has It i t.A violent in a fact can not be truthfully denied. Argus. been" unified onlr a month or two, her in in books. ten I. that the liw i wif.i il uf tbi And other .Senator Logan does not dispute that quiry ha an air of previouuiesa about it. To ill'Ulri'H ih onditiun of af- uotjto or an osion us it is on a poet Louisville Timii for- - hi From Ncrs oii.,ClirouIc and Illooil Diseases, Put the two record is one of the tough pli.o'opler. I will .or fair in ihi c ii'ity on ih AiTcctlons, Weill Liang., llrnla and a ait in tbe countrr. but eavs that l.e thinks CL'llK VOH 1'1I.K. Don si ,lllnd-dcIleblllty, henouaanil llrnrt UrokestKidney.Const- r mention two l'is'..mws: A fv jeaM incj merin .t cill.ir and the two latter in Weakness ofthe itution, Also Dealers In Pile, are frequently preceded b) .i sciik1 f ..lit k sL'rlnnry Oniaua,iik j our Drugg'Sl tor a siivriu oi lue couuir miiumuuc a citizen pirlor, and all will sprout or spaut alike it "pretty hard to persecute a man alter in tin lurk, lolm an I lower part of tho nbdomui, e SCOTT'S OIZAS. "W.SPECIFIC NO. 13, Itw of repraduc- - joining the church for sins committed arresting a violator of the law. nadir the toaM-iin WOSID KN8WNC0 to suppose bo has some nnVctiui fore he was converted." This would be cv.ungllt.ptlet m'lglikulii,? orpaus. At tlnns, ! ciiizn alnol Hot7 rfued and did not.1 lion. ..! tin kldmys or .. i, ll.A .Anllh ..H A h aA 1C(I ' .iti ! nM ' 'ration of tun T. ;, , l. V,, naJ i,i- - ,!. ruit 'ins of lmliijt! n are prowiit, n. flattili m . mi. S ac t'ii -- cnurcn. ljut it is cot a cliurcii; and wutn iinaiiiis of tlw tom,lCl, etc. A moisture, liko i"" Call on us or write lor prices We keep a Urj. fWitli i uieara ii ii itlcn, piodiiciiiR ft er) Ulmgreejlla Itcbins, ' to A LLOOD, UUAIN Ss KUY eel Id cUo, comBBOCeiu,; I pal !c ..fen0UCietheJ ,ieviI anJ a ',,;, forks." al ' i i ttin an.., Is a very common nttei.dant. A jourDragsfstdoei not keeplt.slcblm TONIC.It stock anl will do .ur best to please you In prlo. h" occurred of u to order If and quality ol material. per bottle. loctlMfandlroa ll'iii I, Iliiodln.iud Itching l'llos jlcldat oiue to the for 70u. New York Herald. On the contrary. UtheClreoteit Medical Discover of modem time. I)r. Ioanko's I'll. Kenwly, which acts VASVIlifsE VLASISG MILL CO npl 'i. itloiinf jco ami aft and " h poy erri of the .j, j, For pamphlet, with full particulars, .ddre at theui, tlie fielinsiof The N. Y. lTtrald rays of the work dh t'y upon the parts afjeeted, absorbing tho CHA8. W. SCOTT.M.D., Kansas City, Ho. lurne.i tttej Danvillo Ky. HhniiiH of public wntiuient thej ensemJer, and tbe j,rije Vie Vr. SCOTT S LIWR V2Z.X.S. Tunw r, alb) In; th intense Itching ninl afltlngn fni'u him and want tra'ir way. WiiAt are petljr jealou'ie' whicii tlwy cteit, aio of CongreH that its record ia Hhamefully peim.i'ieut cure. I'liie TO cents. Addrvss the lr. of important and much needed leg- ft Let c.tch hi a Iiw lbin whiCl4ahyuld hire wc lodo in aiuh ctse-- ? .sinko Mcllcllie 'o., l'l pn, Ohio. Sold by Mcllob-ert- s io our barru islation, for which the Houso is most A Stagr. unlo himwll? Ii it "ot hiSh time that. miiUCeduoition- .-' mof The World etji: "The demo- Positive Cure for Piles. VflUU uivi&?(l nuuura 'v " makes cratic House foolishly fritted away its time u 1B uuau.awiuici Hubecr hei Ihvth nn. ..I n m!ilM il To the people of this county we would say that tt-w havs been clven the agency oi Dr. Marchlil'a in kindergarten when it had serious businame thereto; and that he U .i H.ervant of about one hundred perceat., miiisi; emphatically guaranteed a gro. and ness to perform. It might have given val- Itallaa Pile OIntnie-n 'ncll a tislit.-t-m ud cm t punched the CamuiooTTMllb Internil, External, or moaey ihm; e..tng uable aid to the democratic parly in thia to care Bleedlnj or refunded Pllei. Price 50 cents Ut - the retailer malm .i .oJ Itching for refujlnj lo aid in peacemikini:? Blind, spiece, vear's Presidential campaign. It did its a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAlliter, few of thin cU. of Uw oondemners suner tuei at a cent 1884. Drugjlsts. Closes October will yield to beat to impair iu chances of success." Opens August 16th. Drpep!a in Its wow, farm exomphry punishment. Ioctead ol trying The Prince of Wales has been forbid erttabli-thelaw; lei the uw of Carter' Little Ii'trve PilU aided Mothers. Daughters, Wires and to defeat the object of IB ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. I . They not den hv his mother to attend the theatres. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchial'a uarenpecttheUw if hid and lend a help - j by UarlerV Little Liver Pill-I V.v a female renudy, to cure Female Dlscas-e- i. h.t!nntnc fnrlv vpftrj iir-- to control inghand in nupport of it if Rood. Thus 0nly relieve prenvn: di'tre". hat strengthen auch as Ovarian troubles, Inanimation and Albert Edward she might have accomplishworld. and only thiiH will petce and prosperity the Htomaci. and dijeetive i araius. Ulceration, Falling and dlplacemsnt or bearing By Cappa'a and Gllmore's, the most famous bands of the ed something, but as it is we fear that she lawn upon u. and we shall hecauift a Qcd down feeling, Irregalarittle, Barrenness, Change MOTION ever witnessed anywhr. What will rure the WuMpinj Cough? Th.itli see him made of Life, Leueortboja, besides many weaknesses Uroest and Finest Display of Machinery In iesrinx people. Tho signs of the times are a 1 Jitl in a'.e.l every diy. We can anjwer that will not live long enough to STATE. LOWEST RAILWAY RATES EVER GIVEN IU THE springing from the above, Mice Headache, BloatWe w h jve lound the remeily In Paplllon Coutfi Cure. a good boy. propitiouH for our beloved country. 7 ing, Spinal WenxneM, Sleeplesinesa, Nerroua dealiall subdue her enemies and sia bUiII be It nerer fjlla aud on be aJmlalsUircd tu latants An exchange says: A mias in Gatllea-ton- , bility, Palpitation of lb. Heart, Ac. For sale by hirtnleu. For prc"crr--a rar a reproach no more and riKhleouaneaa nhali without daoier. It la perfectly has hair that sweeps the floor. drugjlJts. Prices 81 and 31 CO pel bottle. Send uleby MclbbrtaA8ta. i sta Last sMMsiMa Attinn E BtfOtxittv?. exalt our nation could to Dr. Marchlsl, Uilca, N.Y., for pamphlet, freo. sculptor, joei tf..a ... miss had hair that Ten works or Kentucky's sreat . I'anlllun 111). I Cure curei all dlaaisti origina Now, if this I For sale by Penny A MsAlliter, Druggists. eah.bits, displaying One hundred eountU.ln Kentucky will.mak. cook, wash and iron, and milk the cows, ting in auy Impairment of the blood, aa Flla, WEST . THIS IDEA OP GOING IT YOUUSaCLK, TRY Aua)nila,bt:lc Headache, and Fenialu what a bonanza she would be w a wife. to Colorado or New Mexico, for puro air lo relieve Tins proof of tin pudding U not In chewing the For site at McKoberU A SUgg'J. Brooklyn Time. reasonable man STOCK EXHIBITIONS Consumption, la all a mistake. Any to try tho $nic riorjournal Mc-Crea- XEll hU-tor- y u The Tragedy of Woman's Life. L15CA8TEB ADVERTMEHESIS. The wive and mothers carry the world on their shoulders. They must not only be B. T. WALTEB their own keepers in matters of health and 33 ON LANCASTER, KY. virtue, but they have been made in a Oflce over Cltltena large measure responsible for that of their from 8 to 12 x. u. and National Book.u. Oflca noun from 1 to 3 P. husbands and sons. If a woman cannot L. r, lll'BBLK. S. M. BOaDITT. control three or four destinies she thinks HUBBLE BURDETT. she is a failure, and her shoulders begin to ATTOUNEY8 A.T DLiA.W. stoop, the line) begin to show on her foreLANCASTER, KY. Wilt practice In Garrard and adjoining couctiei head and the silver begins to streak her and Court ot Appeal.. Office In tbe Robinson block, y hair; the blue has faded out of her sky and South Side Public Square. the clouds rarely lift again. Then if she adds to other disasters the sin of being poor, the tragedy of life seems to be complete in her. In the circle in which she moves the poor encouragement of a sham praise is not given often; she was never verr sure that even her simple usefulness was appreciated, though she mustered self confidence enough now and then to make it her own warrant for staying amongst us. But that was when she was younger. She is eld now and even that excuse for living is taken from her. If she could be pitched into the Ganges as a propition for her children's sins, she might comfort herself with the thought that she still had a value. HAVE But we have pissed that age of the world, and that system of utilizing old women, Extenand we have not reached a better for her. JUDGE M. J. DURHAM SU HO DENTIST, james b. Mccreary W. LIVE CONNER, --- 114-l- ENTERPRISE Grocery. XmiicaHter, Kentucky, f GEO. D. BURDETT cfc Grand Conibiuntioa OO., Weekly Lately been Making sive Additions Courier-Journa- FOsfalinsS al nt '.br bu re Oranul(el je u.-h&- OPERA HOUSE. - uile, - HALE'S WELL. 1 bus-Ines-a, SPECIAL tf g PLANING MILL COMPANY K- 26J-4S- fr IV. BAIL.EY gal-leiie- short-sighte- loer 4-- 5 sen-time- frl-ti- law-abldi- l SUFFERERS Or. Dreed luuiher Building Material Fariuin"; ILuuilicr be-Th- si I 1 nr I "' u,.8lrt "" lril .'... ..,.. COCOEEFilRON Xio.plioru.,l f,e ,,1 f, , ij' o ., h. j loau-peec- I ' Ex:posixio:isr LOUISVILLE, 25th, rewp.Trr?wfi. sxce SOTTTHERU TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY7 0., ART BTJIXi3D3:rC3-SAani&aw.A ciioict ..., ""-""""- EpI-lepi- Weak-nesae- a. and other for uiofiultoo During tho would uie Dr. BosanUo's Cough and Lung Pjriip for The cure for cholera which General atlnglcBlasMts, and of polioaed plaati, If your roii'iimptlon In all Its first atages. It m'UT fall a'.ln and fester unless Jordan, of the Mining Record, declares to be li Impure, a blta will to flu-- relief In all cases of Coughs, Colds, Hronyou apply rapilloa SUn Cer j. A single applicainfallible, is a tablespoonful of chloroform chills, Pains In the Chest and all affections Hint aro poison. For "Vila by Mc- to Conaumplion.Vf Ice, CUceaU tion will neutrallta tbe considered primary in about four times as iriuch water. I'Robe'rfa'A'alagg, and'll.00. Sold t'7 Mcltoberta 4 Stags." string, but In having an opportunity yourself. Mclloberts A-- Stagg.tho Druggists, Coiighand hre ft free trial bsttloof Dr. Bosauko'e is afflicted Lun? S) rup for each and every onlio with Coughs, Cold, Asthma, Consumption or any Lung Affection. &AN IMMENSE LIVE Pre.ent.ng a, on. time U tlta. ,or MOMJ) PrH,it. nested, and a aight that can not be duplicated m ths world. I. M. WRWHT, , 1EKNETT H. Y0UH6, jlitli ierl JKvT ".,; ManBr: V John Kelly never fails to ratee a row Chicago, July 10. ThoniRB E. Powell, execute that purpose in the selection of a He is at President in the coming fall. He believed of Ohio, has jmt put Hcadly in uominatlcc, in the democratic convention. Pennsylvania, is his rid game at Chicigo but ha so far that the nominee of this convention would and Win. A. Wallace, of Kelbecome the chosen President of the United now nominatinr Randall. Gov. Abbett been most gloriouly sit down upon. July H. 1884 State, the first inaugurated democratic seconded last nomination. A number of ly's democracy is cf the most doubtful ftarford, Xy ,PHABMACIST$ President in 25 years. He ppoke of the of- speeches are being made seconding the oth- kind and the sooner the party give him the cold shouldet entirely the better it will ficial corruption of the republican party er nominations. w. P. WALTON. DKiLKRS IN be. He evidently wants to rule tbe party THE VERY LATDST. and referred to Secretary Chandler' recent Books, Chicago, July 10, 8.2G r. m. Conven-tio- n and being unable to do so is willing to testimony before a Senate committee, in just wreck and ruin It. just called to order. Butler ba which he said that the defalcations in one Phyiyclan' preiljitlon ofhisbjreaus wonld not exceed $03,000, entered amid great cheering. Call of State tfi.rtely:tajriuda Il only required two ballots to nominate and yet forty years ago an administration ordered for members of National Commit- the democratic candidate for President in Ways had gone down becuise of a defalcation of tee and committee to notify candidate of 1S7G and in 1SS0. We hope Cleveland aLong that two will Ahead. $00,000, and that the only one. The ques- their nomination. -- T11Bdo the business this time. 0.0S. Resolutions that Chairman of tion of tariff reform was of paramount imLargest Stock of AVntchcn, MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Xevenuo Reform Platform Adopted portance and this convention must speak in National Committee be selected from out ESS3 Clocks, Jewelry A: SIlverTtttro After a Prolonged Discussion, He was side of Committee, carried. Resolution to no doubtful terms on tbii issue. The registration book of Louisville Erer brought to thli murker. ' Lowrr than Unanimously. listened to with greit attention throughout abrogate h rule laid on table after point clo.'fd with 19.S41. thr Lnwrtt, U'ttrhn, Co.li it) J Jcwdrr li. palrnl on nbort notice ir.il WsiribtMj and when he named McDonald there was of order made that it can not be effected Hon. Lucien S Luttrell, a prominent' ' Cleveland and McDonald Likely to Be much cheerins. Mr. Hendricks read bis till next Convention . citizen of Mason county, is dead. tlic Ticket. 9:22 Morrison has taken platform to speech from man.:cript and it wa the gen F. L. Pbtlo'.t, the hixband of Mme. eral impression that it was his endeavor to present report of committee on resolutions, Jantiischek, the traced. enuc, died at E Fourteen thousand people had crowded get in three words for himself and one for great oheoring. Piatform arraigns partv ion Mjnday of heart disesase. into the convention hall at Chicago when the man he pretended to nominate in power anil pledges to revise tariff in Seven perewn were killed by the at 12:40 Tuclay Chairman Bainuni called The nomination of McDonald was sec- spent of fairncfs to all interest In making of tbe steam tug II. C Culeman, at for order. He made a hort speech con. onded by Gov. John C. Black, of Illinois, reduction in taxes it is not proposed to in- Elliott's Landing, Missouri river. .granulating the delegates on the harmoni- in a very strong speech. John W. Breck- jure any democratic industries; all taxation StinleyV health is so affected, he I DKALKK IN ous aspect of affairs and presented the inridge, eon of the late John C, eloquently shall be limited to requirements of eco- compelled to abandon his explorations in Hoi-hI In r el ware, NIiocm, Clreiccrlex, HhiIiIIoh, name of Oor. Hubbard, of Texas, for tern, presented Hon. A, G. Thunnan and Hon. nomical government. Favors the appeal of Unci. He has sailed for England The popular vole in lb7o was Tilden i Iron, A'hIIh, QueciiMwaro, IIiikkj- - Whip, He was unanimously porarr chairman. J. A. McKenste, in one of his ablest effort", laws restricting free action of lubor, that all i 2S5.992, Hayes J.033.7CS. In 1S0 Har. "HKKy Wheel, .Sloven, Cnno SIIIIh, HanicM elected and on taking the chair thanked nominated Speaker John G. Cirlisle. Ben public lands be kept as homesteads for act- cock's vote was ,W SSS, Garfield 4,437.3 IS SpokcN, GratcH, Clilcr MIIIn, Cover, A die pstch from Flemingsburg sijej the convention, not so much as a tribute to Butler was not put in nomination. ual settlers, that instead of republican parItliUH, HtonuKarc, Corn .Midler, Collara, that Hon. W. H. Holt's chances for Appel-- f bus, but as :i compliment to the great There was great excitement when Nw ty's British poller demanded in behnlf of late Judge arc good. Many good demo State he represented. He recommended York was called and D. M. Lockwood, of American policies. cratu are openly woriing for him, and a Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brintey Combined Plowi, Wooden and that the platform be as in the past, that it Buffilo, arore to nominate Cleveland. He change of six votes in each county will 9.23 r M. Butler's minority report Cast Pumpi, and tho Celebrated STayfleld ElevAtor. Tin Roof speak in no double tongues on important paid a high tribate to the Governor and insure hi election. lL.it custom duller tuut-- t be carefully ' ing: aud umtunng: will have prompt attention. The Eipooition Military Committee questions and hoped that the action would closed by saying: Mr. Cleveland's candi- adjusted to promote American enterprises TfrKfiiliru, Nttlemiicn (I IP. II. Il'ltllit,.lr. be such as to attract the independent and dacy before this convention i offered upon and industries and fciter American labor, ha decided to offer three priie, of $3,000, H $1,IK)0 and $500 for coiatwiiton in the (tee-Idisaffected republican voters. When he the grounds of his honor, his integrity, hi all drill. Officers of the Louisville favors labor tribunals to settle controver mentioned the name of that glorious old wudom ani his democracy, f Cheers sies between capital and !s'.or. Favors Legion will visit the variou cities in tbe Inte.est of the enterprise statesman, Samuel J. Tilden, the delegates Upon that ground we k it, believing that Federal support to schools, opposes sales or Ttie Commissioner of Internal Reveand audience arose and sent up prolonged if ratified by this contention he cin be grants of public lands to corporation or nue iued an order dispensing with fifteen disand hearty cheers. A resolution to elected and take his eat at Waihincton as foreigner, opposes civil service reform, fa Ccl'ectors of Internal Revenue, a re ,u!red card the unit rule adopted by some of the a democratic President of the Uuited vors taw to regulate interest ol commerce lv the new law, reducing the nuraWr fruiii thirty five to twenty. This is in obedi States created quite a discussion, but it was States. Carter Harrison seconded the nomand regulate freight and passengers, en- rnce to the law which went into ellectl Beally beaten, 322 ye is, 445 nays John Kel- ination. dorses issue of legal tender aud opposes July 1. ly tatule an earnest appeal in favor of the Grady, of New York, commenced hi any interference with William McLaughlin, a distiller cf it. resolution, but without avail. A call of speech to second the nomination of Bayard 9.5S. Morrison said discussion on reso Pittebunt, 14., mkde a desperate attempt the States for the naming of the various by saying he would like to second the lutions would be confined to an hour or be at suicide bv jumpinj: from a sixty foot bridge into tbe Monnncabela river and af-- 1 committees was then had and the conven- nomination of Cleveland, il he could carry ATwould move previous question and Butler terwards plunginc a knife into hit breast adjourned till 11 A. M. Wednesday. his State, but he could not. Tbe tion has taken stand under a '10 minutes ar- Grief over bis emplvcr's death is tbe "Die organization of the Kentucky delegathe, Citbolic, the Irish, the Uer-me- n rangement. He raid he was tbe represen- Alleged cauee tion was effected very harmoniously by the and many Americans were against tative of 15.OCO.000 men and their rights HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTS election of Capt. Sherley as chairman, Cleveland. Cheers and hisses followed and Druggists and Booksellers, and interests should be consulted. It took Henry "Watterson as committee on a delegate called Grady to order. Tbe Hbb. Presidential probabilities will form majority 36 hours to find out whvtit waut-e- d resolutions, Hunter Wood on organization, chairman said he would have tosustain the topic of conversation for a time. There and then men could not understand it. the JZK.OCTC, J.D. White on credentials, Tnomaa L. point of order unless the gentleman was He wanted them to read tarifl plank and is no excitement here on tbe question, and we have the prospect of a quiet seanon poW. L. Crab1 for about to come to the name of his candidate. Joce for tell him what it meant. Morrison was litically. No candidate for the magistracy v Mutant secretary and Hon. Henry D. Then there was great confusion and tbn too honest to present it. Result of election in this district baa offered, but it is prob- sergeant-at-armfor member of the National Comwas called upon to pre was appointed depends on this plank. It is tbe same now able that L B. Adamn, who M. H. Peyton, ad inttrim on the death of saiUee. A decided victory all around for serve order. Grady was finally allowed to as when it broke the back of the brave will be elected for the unexpired term. Col. Welch made the proceed and at the conclusion of bis speech Mr. Watterson. soldiers four years igo. He denounced The iroict for an abundant corn crop is fipeech putting him in nomination. an effort to adjourn failed. Cockrane, of now flattering, the late rains having come Wednesday the convention was called Kew York, took the platform to speak, but civil service reform and said that under it very opportunely. Some injury wis causWashington could not have pawed for a ed in diflerent localities br the windy acto order at 11:29, when the committee on objections were made from various parts of AND- $1,200 clerkship. He recommended that companiment of last week's storm but as resolutions reported that they will not be the hall and the chairman decided that he the tarifl be amended no as to not only pro- very little corn teem to have been broken e The iTm-iiitin-- e ble to report before could not proceed unless to prcent a can! inte.-- et of it is rapidly recovering. The promise of reported in favor of didate. He replied that he was there for tect but foster and cherish on credentials au interesting fair it good and we look for working men and women in this country. A Fnll find complete HKMortmcnt of Ftirnlfnrc, embracing allowing each Territory and the District of that purpose and was allowed to prcceed. many visitors and lively competition. 11 r. M Convene, of Ohio, followed and The manager evince a disporition to y. ..,... .. ..... . . Columbia two votes. Randolph, of New Cleveland was too good a friend of bis to '" " from lln fMioimout in i.n " endorsed part of Butler' platform. He adopt a liberal policy and wake exten-iv- e C Jersey, opposed it, but his motion wa lost. want to see him suffer defeat. Tburuan, said K lo IarK t,l,e" piirclliiMf n, no matter "N1"' Uf course Stanford will be "?e all members of sub committee were preparation. The committee's report was then adopted. of Ohio, could lead the party to victory. agreed quantity or quality you want, hm I can and it III duplicate represented at the sbw; we have neter w on minority platform except Wade Hampton offered a resolution that There were doubts about Cleveland. Why a respeciaoie aeiegsuon io can oniain flMCWlicre. frclirlit IipIiil- - mlit...! aiu. prices, of Kentucky, who will next take laiteutosenu We -- re able your place on like occasions. the National Committee be allowed to go take the chances with him, when all could aKMirluieut ol Colli tin, CUT. Nlirondx HoI.cm . ciubrao floor. A great thing was determined too, to oiler free admisiinn to our for a chairman; unite on the old Komac? The speech was tbe outaide of its numl-e- r cheap and cxpcnilre. Hare roeiua ' l, ew in platform to reform all the evils of pres- g.rden hch is not down on the pro , Barns, of Pennsylvania, that in case well received. Apgar, of New York, ni. .awnpn uoiei, nianiortl, Ity. sjppleiuent to ent government, covering labor and all grain u.e Brown ha-- asa the nomination of Cleveland in a of the death of the nominee for President his farm coillection of 25 canaries, l'i white . that the convention be fine speech and then at 0:20 on a call of questions rabbits and innumerable game chickens or Watterson has inst closed amid recenllr added an Alderny calf an 1 a most reconvened and Miller, of Ohio, that the States the motion to adjourn till 10:.i0 next The latter great applause. He said tl at revenue inte'ligent koking ground-heg- . presidential term be extended to six years. day was carried. . i drsigued for use rather than ornament plank was formed after long and free t A These were referred to the committee on There was trouble in organizirg the Io Titr has censed, Tice is in more, the and it was cne on which all could Yennor Service Is a high tarifl institution, resolutions and motion adopted that nil committee on resolutions. The tariff reSiena! ws cot o help r if ma- and the weither is running riot for want of ' BONANZA & SEED Mich resolutions be referred to that com- formers wanted to ina'te Morrison, of Illi- stand. If Butler jority reports is adopted intimated, wou!d contra.; hence the reinstatement t f the old mittee without reading. The committee nois, chairman end the protectionists A: J t!,e M iciluctj- rir. (! U ( r Nj viiitor have L'trvlr njfir,it. li. reliable gr'ind-hog- . to on permanent organization presented the of Ohio. The fir", ballot stood IS to hive depend ou liftd. arn&ynced diring the week except a . It j "IIOVIVZ V Tiiiir.siii:n r hv-- . . ,.. i ., r r.. 11:11. Bntler moved to sullitute jwrt been name of Hon. W. V. Vilas, of Wisconsin, IS and the second and third showed no verv vming ladv at J P iood' who ar' ' Sltiik,,-- .. I'liii-rtiof hi report, that relatict: to the tarifl, for rive! MHirdar nieM I. I.Nf.l.'M'S i I. i . Ii 4 for permanent chairman and a list of chance. I: wae plain that no 'election Traction Ef.liii.J LiiiS rVciL-J- . ROBINSONS, C0..Ri:hmcnJ and secretaries, one for each could be male and i: wag finally agreed majority report. ..1 -11:22. -- Cill of States ircgreeinp amid -State. The report was unanimously adopt- that the secretary should act as chairman Tr v ' ed and Mr. Vilas was escorted to the chair. Several delegates, whof bat been elected as much tcnftiMOn. States cttertlly voting in s J tbe negative. Butler's motion lost, 93 icisS compli--raeHo thanked the convention for the tariff reformers, ippcrted Converse and I " e rf..;tnit 'r e arVlni "o!!j;r (hI ullJlDf. ft W5u&v. Butler then moved that resi -l -bestowed on the yoing that is why the rote did not pan out his election 3 2i to democracy of the Northwest; arraigned the 15, as the reformer had rhimed. After due of hi report be added to majority re lEl'STOXVIXLE, KY Oa?Reid What Some of Our Beit Farmers and Oitireaa of Lincoln nod Ganard Bay republican party for its sins of commission an all night session an arrangement 'was port. Lost and meionty report adopted On the first Mod4t In tpteioir neat. I or j'r- most unanimously. lay aside per- effected by which Morrison would be elect"tr,ta'ilrrsli!neileltltrninf Mnroln in.t riarrsM. do tfrtiu thir wr ftiTt hiKl air wV.mI I' ire n "r II aad begged the convention to tliulirs. i!Jri 11.51. Motion to prcceed to balloting jmi. nine;.iiffivl... tpi - ' .Lu, ?- ,?" -- "f K1T, Mlrat in is. pho 'r'7. ""D"i vrior.rtn -i Thr.t,fr n.i i.KJ.,. sonal preferences for the interests of the ed by 21 to 17. Tcere was no attempt at ' "r rjBuniootlieraii.t .lth IfM "uolw. ii lai.inn isii.thegr.ln n.i mm WMfitaT.. Ii Mtutun i,.i for candidates carried. Motion to adjourn, not rck Hie wi party, counseled moderation in their ac- writing a piaixorm ana ci course the com lost. The ballotinc ifctn nrccteded by tios and predicted a glorious victory in mittee had to ask for time when the conStates, the first resulting as fellows: November. vention assembled. ." 1' :ddr. lu. '.oeoh, Jor-It- JVikln. Jiu T. A.!r.i.;.. Ww A J Hurt n . w All iri tii ir'lebtpl to.rv.ir I --Ttii iotn or .i.e i liutte eii.l.rw whit the ? was then decided to proceed to the call P 55 a. m. Chicago, Jaly 10, It r t ih IIwmdm Weither nTOiEd In J come : L iet.e ui.it Eas.r, 1. :t I t K , .Ugl Bayard 170 R. tbelr A'o..K'tam')i.I.In;llw,nd mM li x,T W. II TKA VI...Thrlir Aoi. niuett (.:; f . I u t nr.' of States for the presentation of candidates. clear and pleasant. It is now thought that MOOLIilJ M .. t0 lib t Uoc.dm 1 brnher. eJ n w, ,,i,udlolr jvd.w. uiro roinJ4ultlotorwUttlirhl 1S!vw York was voted in the affirmative, a ballot will be reached by the afternoon Kandall JS ;s Intend to Close Up My Business ' .. ' ' "'" ""B,:o Mllh' e"r"I. y Mc Allx tei A.to '7r I iDcolu Mill, 8 though earnestly opposed by Tammany. A and a final adjournment today. ......... i To thr. whom I hve loid tn&.LIr.rr . . v.ii.l ih.nl. i.. ,.. Tbe Tbarraan And from thli date I will ie.1 mTlH$. 27 HHin)iMlmmin.iiinniiiiinw with k,; n;,u uM1t,",,t !',ur '.f:1 1,w.,n u)ie r,,,, resolution that no billot b taken for canTribune says that friends of Judge Field ." "int ro .on !. hand tt;tjpflj ol i t?Dtrd Sinw e tlitettrjtblrlRl.lD..rlNt-.oxilllodJly s Groceries. Ilacou, iitur Hardware whwh will teseut to tiy ontr t.ldrmlnj ue ttorder. I hT. Cuiiy. iUr -didates till after the report of the commit are hard at work and he stands well R3 a UecUrktt tAtiford, Lincoln I UX'iul Your,( T,r' ,ruT. C ,fO A Vl.OIt. was adopted and several dark horse. Hewitt's name j'h also often Tilv'eti ir. II. Tit tee on resolutions, i CASH or PRODUCE, motions to adjourn till stated times were mentioned. Said that n number of Indi- Glower t STBICTLY 1 A. M. Motion to adjourn til) 10 a. m And if any tcount tre tmde It tutist te 1th thp lost. The call proceeded and when Dela- ana and Wisconsin delegates faver bring-iquLdrritaDdlotc thtt they are to d New York diitloct ware wa reached Hon. George Gray out Hendricka after fiwt ballot. It in and call of date ordered. when rtlifl fo- - Tbinlln my .! uieit tor tlie'.r (. liut(rf.r ttontii. fceennde motion and at 1.15 adjourned till llnrsl jmtr' nuge In the the name of Hon. Thomas F. the general impression that the situation id bii:i. tue miue on a ij) r which. r"inepi!rlrnte, 1 krow to re grettlytj the most vociferous cheers: Tne and that Cleveland will get the 10.30 to morrow. Uith tiujrer acu tl.e iMuiit-fPdemocracy called for a candidate who had nomination. .11. CtHW. HuttoGv,. e July I, 'CI Butler has withdrawn from When IJIaine m ruminated Mural and never found the contest and willaupiort Biyard. been tried in the balance lli'stexd lelrgrripled him, "It wss bound wanting. The democracy demanded a 10:50 Convention fa now aswmb'ing ltwiiHiriihn hir find sunshine." statesman, whose wisdom and experience and crowd is immense. The committee eti toe in. TnlsemH to be il.e sitnaiion in regard to were known. It demanded a leader, whose resolutions is reidy to report. Tho reCleveland. It Iish hem I tic tin'd against IIhtIdK drtrrmlned to chance mr I uilanr, I chivalric courage would never filter and formers secured the election of Mcrrison otler l)r ale (iitlruteij) my b'sw Mill, Mtuatwt ou him from tl e s ait, but bin ftrmgth is so Hrush Crn-k- In Catey Loantjr, Kjr. The Kninc who could and would bring to the dust the aj chairman of the committee and a tarifl 41x24, Knine lOx.'U: be rarriin every point. UaUtiiiiiar; liollnrl(lu Saw and Orltt Mill atPlained Kcight of fale pretence and of reform plank was adopted. It declares pronotir.ced that t' l.wt The largest stock ever in Stanford and tho beat fo be found in Uentrr.I Ken aad is strongly I'Ppoctd by the Tammany tached. Ibo prorrtf la He dishonor. It demanded a man that all taxation shall be exclusively personal fer crowd and tbe huo nnd cry lis been raised In Good Illumine Order. tucky, embracing about twenty five different etyles irora tbe leading manuwith a private character that would defy public purposes and that ao more taxes that he is the rub nianV candidate, but we malicious tongue of slander. It apcrHble. I would I ehall be collected than will sjpport the tie why he should Tlmlier plenty and farm atcck,tucb aa wlllInK facturers in the United Sutes. to eiclinngo lor ood Mule, Persons contemplating buying a vehicle this a man who would be in hW public government economically administered. have eetn no potent re.rcn id not oo nominated, unlua it became John Horsr.i, C'iIIIk, Ac. to rnftK In the lumber rrraons wishing arwl private character the very antithesis Henry Watterson is enthusiastic Spring should select the same or place their orders at once; for at this season over the Kelly and others doii't wunt him and will hnJ a cood 0Ltiiln2 liv aDidyllic to aad opponent of the nominee of the repub- result and says: "It is Milan i good as the tariff therefore say be can not carry New York. Hmtouilllf, hy, all manufacturers of first-clae- s vehicles are invariably over-tulican party. The man who was all thU plank of 1S7C and 18S0. I can platd on it with orders This same men Kelly foii,;ht Tilden a, name was now leap-ta- g and fuht on it." and more, and whose and if the vehicle wanted is not on bands, it will require from four to eight 187C and notwithstanding from-theihearts to their mouths, was Chicago, Jaly 10, 3.30 r. m. Cleveland vigorously iu his claim that the eld sage could not carry Mr. Bayard, as a weekB ta obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finish and dry n first-clasthough farm the leal in far from being TfaomaH F, Bayard. s his own State, he did carry it and by more would makd no mistake. His name 'boss" under the ml". Oppo- than 30,000 majority. THE IRUOC3INT, I.i 1830 Kelly job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. wonld etill the voice of faction; he would sition is growing in volume and intensity - promised the State of New York to Hancarry every doubtful State and would make against him and will encompass his defeat All work sold by me will be found to be such a I represent them, unless I cock if the convention would nominate ome republican States doubtful. Enthu-ias- from present outlook. Thurman receives Preparing for n Lively Summer him. Hancock was nominated, but Gar- Is Trade have been deceived myself, and in that event tho purchaser will le fully would take the place of apathy and the most spontaneous applause and but for field walked off with tbe electoral voto of would grow and still grow, as the leaves the fac that he is handicapped by the lib line ofgvh, In eti-r- Tarlety usually found the Empire State. Because Kelly wanta or House of the kind, la Call and examine my stock and I will do my beet to jdease you In h were falling, until the dreary November Hoadly faction would unify nil opposition largo and coni'ilete. to Cleveland. Bayard, in consequence ol don't want a particular candidate should swaa made ripe and glorious by the p:cana of quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from me ncd at a j in style, this fact, is conceded to be the most avil- - not count one way or tbe other with the democratic victory. democratic party. We preferred Biyard, Judicious Alterations in the Internal Ar- reasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere else and get a guarnntoo on Snn. Thomas A. Hendricks arose when able man with which to defeat him. The rangements Beoure Boom Oomfort otherwise we was called and he wasgreeted with commmee on rBoi3tioiBiBin trouble and but if the fates have declared and Better Display. them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from hotcc. Boa-- j can take Cleveland with the greatest grace. cbeertywaving of handkerchiefs and throw- asked further time. has there-far- e Particular attention Is tailed to adjourned until 8 r. .m., as by a resoluing up of hats. He said that the people Tueiie are too many editors in the Napectfully, demanded a nchani;e in the management of tion adopted no ballot can be taken till tional Covcntion. It is to their interest to A Large and Elegant Addition to the Stook of Jewelry, keep tbe body in Hession as long as pcssible Federal affairs and if the convention would after report cf that committee. so as to maintain tbe demand for their pa- O. Wakreh. give them half an opportunity they would R. ,. And articles o vertu. i pers. - " ino, SW-ttthIjIntfrforoun- Vmea ft mmisleii Drugs, ONE BALLOT, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. Witli mt srrw&r I. W. H. HIGGINS o I Iip n Jt a-- WALL PAPER, -- TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, McROBBRTS OPERA IIOUNE & STiLGG'S .STANFORD. -- t, Mc-Eear- s -- -- mm VEjaiii, UNDERTAKER, 3Dealei- in f" 3"r joii .. com--mitte- '.l ..t ",,v" "r,"r """ ". er-crvthl- ne Wat-terBo- n, ru rjolocicel,,, I "j rec-ond- ed lpnue Vice-Preside- . W. H. TRAYLOR, l-- GRAIN - FIELD THRESHER. A Chi-vers- e, . '.!! I '. r . , ' nt CHRISTIANJOLLEGE. ' ft t ... .ri'i T!!5i Sm rfoV ". tj. 49 l LTrt'.Y: ,d KfOTICE Dt-, a ,t n-,- 1 - T . g pre-ente- id A-- .. Buggies, Phaetons, Snr- reys- Carriages, Village Carts, c. Saw Mill For Sale! , C.'jii-tfrHn Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, busl-nn- u mX, n can-didat- e, Gr.F. Peacocli KY y two-thir- SUSTONVILLE, firat-cla- In,J. CSJSO. D. W33ARENT, Mfg.?s Agi,. STANFORD, KY, - i Stanford, Ky., I White tt e veMe Hreit at JOcenU worth tr.'ftin tt(o!f. another bb innkiriK five within $1 10, At CATTLE. July 11, 1884 Jauien LOCAL-TIM- E Tnxrr lilltd tor Mr. Crow, three week thelant Common to titrt (IikkI to txtru butchar Coiinuon to i hole afltpperl fetocktra aud ttttlera 1100". ml , 32 30 "6 S.OOft.'S I J.5flJ'?,5 4.?30$.SO .? elcctrJ tiutchtra and t.&7. CARD. Hill trtin coins Noith.. PflutU.., t tiiimitilti" KftBlh " Norli.. ' f hsitioTB l rnlciihted I on time abvui .0 wtnulti butir ituJrJ lMr 0 ... .. 2 IS i mi 1 i: id r, A u H. M. Men's, boy' find obildrenV utraw bain Fair to good padrn KalrtoRood light at one third rrpuhr price at the Great CouiinoD . aiiGer. Batgain Store. mi n to fair Good to extra Com LiMiia-Camtson hnry ihlrpen. m 5.0(35.70 S.OOiftG.3 4 00Q'i.23 4.WWJI.M Kvci.Yiioijy uuember that our acconnti tltue. BoIr are due Jnly 1 and pleftte don't forpel it. Ejtnittou ft Owtiey. J3 003.1.75 4.00Q4.75 to choice , - OJQG 36 DANNLLE, BOYLE COUNTS LOCALJtOTICES. Liinnu'ATiXH i&McAiUler. tvt Paints of Pennr A McAlie.t r. oil rf ill! klcJ t Penny new dock of tlie ht-K- II. C. Farria, dry gooda merchant, haa Goiii)B"pA,iBNTFj.ouj: ii siring den-di- d aold out to Meaara. A. I) Itsbertaon and ifttI(iDiion. Ue it If you4want tile Jaa. Kinnaird, who will carry on buaineaa t bread. Sold only b T. I Walton. The cotnmittte at the fame location. ofevtr? thine in jewelry Jiaeat Penny it McAHflerV t?Etrpkfti2e IIiuk.i " I t THE Hocker and warranted It Penny & McAliiter. J.S.&R. W, s In the at Chicago Clevenight. I'unn winter drained lard oil and all made a lucky alrike when the; invented in I'araengera leaving Ihia point for Junc- land sold for $100 and the field brought kind of macliinerr oil at Mcl'.oberlo A the coj.itnl Mock of the fc'axton Natioi ai hfarj;i. City, with the intention of taking the $00, Etr.k at St. Joreph, Mo. Trie Itank began tion Ben Lusbie, known all over tbe United TiiBLmt hod a Water in th citr at Pen. Louinville & Xaahville road, are unable to 1 SS.'t in and they got the States as a lightning circus ticket seller, dj i McAliitler't; iude with pure rock bu'ine'H Itn April, railroad people here to cluck their par value. They have juat get the enndj yrupiind iliTored with parent fruit atock Hi biggage aa far or to any point beyond the died at Columbus, O. juiced told out at f'ICO per rhare, retllzicg about ia trj inconvenient for near John Simpson a wealthy farmer living j dear in it at time The cipital Junction. This Xicholaaville, committed suicide, PERSONAL. ladiea traveling alone, or with little chilainck of the Ihnk ia only f 100,000, yet it Monday by taking chloral and laudanum. dren, Mis, Mahy Vaknoji line cone lo a ha $1,202 Jtfl 02 in depoaita, nearly Judge T. J. Murrell, of Owsley county, Bettie Scott waa "found" $3 Thursday on a Tinll. of a million in loasa and diacojnta 79 years of age, has taken to himself a morning for permitting hoga to run at Miut Fi.oiirj.TC Lackey, of Mkdieop, and a rurplua of over 331,000 large within the town limits. A charge blushing bride of sixteen lovely summers. fa TWting Mm. Lillie McC'tory. The Jladrwl G :ttle record of acciCiiAiiori) With Pojo.ninm His Wirr. agaicat .Sherman Cheatham and Bob HutchMm Uii.rr TYrr In v'iMtinj: her cln dents for the month of May shows a total , waa Jim Embry, a colored deacon of the Meth ison for bill practice on the ter, Mr. Jno. m Lsnrtler -- Mil AMllMjUF.il. II. ilAJX hit) tMU rdiat Ctiurcb, who haa arrved a term In continued until Friday. The latter ollVnse of 70, in which 32 persons were killled and the prnitentiary for bigamy, ia r.ow in jil ia one which haa become an unmitigated 150 hurt. In; Mieir mother M-- - Catherine H's it. Philip Himil'oa cLfdatPo'ghk epsle, chargetl with jol'tnmg hia wife. Yealer-d- y nuirance and ihould he uppreieed. Mm Dit LieF. Ilvroux and Ann -- Mr. It (J Merrill, Mai and little X Y., aged 82. Iwisthe yomgsst sen Dr Eaileywia rent for to allend the ( onk havr sttieiv Crab OThard tr 'frJUiC woman acu ut atrong MxuJ left Thursday on a visit of aeveral of Gen. Alexander Hamilton, killed in a Ltr a Itw wck. aimptotca of poiaoning. On bin giving weeka to frienda in Sumner county and duel with Aaron Burr. Tjior cWut gentlemen, Muhk Kohl. Young Mumford, the ion of W. B Hjjd and T. J' cpink, bare jmt on under thia information Embry waa lodged in jail ' other pointa In Middle Tenneee. Mra S. We Tivitd'bim tbre lat evening but he h. Logan, who haa acver&l Mumford, who 'vas l.ting by Ben Butler in very ill tor rerewe! LhHgatlfina. New Orleans in 2SC2, swears he will kill Miw Noiia Muni'HY, who baa letn vigorously proteatcd hia innoctnetand eaid weeka past, is now improving. Mra. Louis bia wife bad become overheated by ironing Cobn and her little daughter Renin are vis- Butler if he runs for President. attending tttt; Couuierdal College at Lez Frank Blunt, while sitting in a winnear a hot atove and that her (ickecaa waa iting friends in Cincinmtl. Miss Resale legion, baa returnrd. the reault of that. There are however Stodghill haa returned from a visit to her dow in Nicholas county, talking to Frank Mn. J. S. II renin la back from Kock-otatl- e Suelling's wife, was fatally shot by Suell-inSpring and tell ua that fJityGte rum ore that he baa been very abuiive to sister, Mrs. T. W. Murrell, of Jackaon, A double-barreleshot gun loaded her, for the lart week more especially, and Tenn. The ladies of the Baptiat church permm are pleatntly domiciled there. with slugs was the weapon used. Mnji. Utorj; II Ekite and MIm that yeaterday he hit her over the head, gave a mti'icale at the reddence of Mr.'. The asignee of the firm of Grant Kate njrlia orur up from Alain Hprlnca cauaioc tbe Mood la flaw, when he gavel Martha McAIister WeJnetday night, realher eomithing a h claimed to atop it. It izing twtnty-nvdollars, which waa appro- ft Ward has at last filed an inventory of Tueaday and returrtil Weloiiday, taking in said tnat the woman cannot live. Embry priated for the benefit of the church. Mr. the firm's business He finds the liabiliMim yllie Penny with thetu will be held and an examination bad aa S S. Rczfl, of Lexington, la here with a ties to be 5 lC,7I2.C17j the nominal assets l.v epeakmg of the Sxton Uink the and the actusl assets $1G,I41. Ht. Joreph (.ius'ttt I'tjt a high Ooujjdioient aocn na tie raae manifeat itaelf decidedly view of opening a rspoitory on a large $27,137,099, A company in Connecticut manufac scale for the New Home sewing machine. lo the superior management of Caahitr J cue way or the other. Up to the present he baa not obtained a tures nearly all tbe licorice used In this V. McAlialer. late of Stanford. RELIGIOUS. country 17,000,000 pounds a year, consuitable room. Wcareaorrj to aee that Mr. P. M. fectionary and medicine take up about Itev. K. C. Ravage aaka ua to announce McKoberU Ichm bi politico aa Inapector Mere Shooting Other Local Matters. 1,500,000 pounds and tbe remainder geca that n baakrl meeting will be held in Mr. of Pit lii!rm4 b the retirement of Colonel Livingston, Ky., July 10. Monday into tobacco. LandV woods, near Moreland, Saturday Swops Col. Neale takra hie pltce. J. It. South-Ben- d morning G. C Thompson and Fred Parker Mis Jtsaie Billou charges James JltiUman i relainad with the new adminia ard Sunday next. Let everybody come got on freight train No 32, John Harris Cockburn, of Logansport, Ind., with being and bring their baskets. tratiou aa Planirrbeputy. Harris stopped and informed the father of ber unborn child. Cockburn Rev. E O. Querrant rptnt the past conductor. The Lxirton iVrat, comtnentinf; on them they could not ride upon his train as is Superintendent of tbe Baptist Sunday-schothe fact that Col A M. Bwope'a book a bal wrek preaching at Olive Hill, and had 34 be was not allowed to carry passengers and Miss Ballou a prominent and anced to a tent, notw.lhflacdinR he bad additiona to the church. Thia ia the point without a special permit from Maatrr of beautiful society lady. Dr. Guerrant went two years ago. handled f 10,P.M.4(M.H5 of the government wbtre trains or some otter authorized official. Of all things that roam tbe earth fund "Col. h'wope leaeea the office Then there waa no church house nor inem-btr- a After thry had gotten cf! a quarrel took Wallace A Co.'s circus ia tbe least attractNow they have finished a nice house with a '!rrconf nr.ee and with the cood place between Thompson and Parker and ive. Spavined horses, padded women, Sentinel-Democrawill of all thrf'litrna of Ivexinclcn." The and have JO0 intrabvra Harris and crew, then some ehots were men, saw filing music, a clown 7'ru.'in. of him in the hicheat fired by Thompson and Parker nnd one of who perpetrates jokes as old as Eenl The correr stone of the Presbyterian termi nf p;aif r.J ray L.e wanagtuieLt Harris' brakemen. One of the shola fired From all such may angels and ministers cf church in Mayrville waa placed in porof the oflitT haa bren per'cet by the brakeman itrnclc Thompson's grace hereafter world without end, defend tion Tuesday last. containing A glat splitting the ball, and one piece took us, amen. Midway Clipper. LOCAL MATTERS a handsome bible "is deposited in A above tbe wrist in Thompson's place in the atone made to receive it, and efhet just Tin re' viry cheap at T. It Walton'. arm, but scarcely drew blood. Three The Peerless Traction Engine and Ceiser hermtlieally aealrd. The cate bore tbe richt Separator. of tbe hote from Thompon and Parker's Anotheji daoce at tbr Opm lloau-- , following is?rriplicn. ' On thia rock I will Shelby City, Ky, July O.h, 18S4 Wed need y n.gljt. bji.d my church," at.d on the bible the pi'toU slrusk tbe rear end of ihe caboose, Will R. Williams, Hustonville, Ky. through, but fortunately hurt no one Sin. It gives us great pleasure to state Pretbytcrian going The Southern followisci CAriT.vHai.laiarJ eei.M. r.t Tan divit Church; corner slone laid July 1M, lirl. Tnompeon and Parker were arrested by that the Peerless Traction Engine and Gei-s- r Separator, mntiufsc'nred by the Geiser deputy Sheriff, Jis. I. White, yesterday Ilarrtia c'ore.' Ppwtra A yk. Co , of aynesbjrro, IVnnn Picr, Rer. J. HendricV." y of the Manufacturing evening and taken before justice and bought from you. we have j 1st started Ice rretiu ;t k! bcu-- x: .i.i park 1 Ml, peace, rite, anu nem over unuer iwo Hun- on the farm of I.S. Tevis, near here, and H 0. STOCK AND CROP. Lancaster HreeX Uf? MyeraACfl. dred dollira bond for their appearance at are fullv convinced with the day's work J 0 Fx bonjht of Janus A. HarH CV'TTox an 1 lieea pint way under ret'i-la- r Mt. Vernon Friday. It is rumored that a just completed that it will do all and evn Srona ..I Lead of 1 " tb cattle at 0: is prkCK at tie for the brakcmin more than you claim for it. Our engine rhrtfn Store. Mvnt,;uiry ha IgO aerea writ has been 'worn out The particular very easily fired; easily managed, runs KW.J. shooting. light and pulls all you can hitch to it up (iKHTVdiiMer, cool ijiality, at ?1 ard cf corn in env nv!d, said So be the iintst in who did the are not fully known. or down hill. The separator does better worth dc. able, at the Grat Bargain the county. Toe county of Rxkc.vtle seems to be work than anv vibrator made does not f ' Hlre. of-- ' Tjjejfnit wbe.-f- in the Wlacheeler mar-ke- '. perfectly making a very strong effjrt to suppress the crack the wheit and cleius it We have was ttrtabrd and soll by Henry F. Jj-dwithout the use cf a sisele stive. Two thousand pound well curtd sile ofintexicating liquors at this place, threshed three bushels per minute as a to V. W. Bash & Sn on yesterday for tiy ham for sale at 16 ir pound Ftveral psrsona have been summonod be- start and expect to tb better One man Sun Stb. 7$c Btlsht A Curran, fore Judge L;ir to indict pirties who are haa handled the straw all Wv with the asTbe Cincinnati Ssuthern is takicg an B, K Weakem'h clegnnt nsw hearse has selling here now. It is not known how it signee of the Little Giant Straw Stacker, interest in Kentucky fairs. It hai crltred made by Moore fi Ball and baucht of you, arrived. It Is the handsomest vehiole of 100 premium for tbe fastest gentleman's will terminate. Mrs. Luis Nield, of Alta-mon- t, which does it work e ,ual'y as perfect aa gave 1 temperance lecture here last the balance of ouroitut. Akin .v IJisbop. tbe kind eTer b iifM u tVi ciKn. " r riltrat the Lexington fiir. Wednesday oieht Her di?cmire was very E 1 Gaines, feeder The first file of wheat tbie season in It e".Ho time niw and I nculd be Travelers Rft, July 9 Messrs and she sho il 1 le congratulated upon oblige! t" al! lndb tc m for olothing tois stCtion wj made ytsterday, Tom Rob- able The Gei& Hcucrr. Gfnt seem Williams The la.lie of this place to ti'l a! usee ard pay up. H. C. inPD d:jyncg(r 11 crop of aliotit 1,700 Lersucce". ser Threshing Oatm Murht of you by to he flly determined to make the Wo- Aikin ft Bihop etar'ed tj day S)0 bush-anRnpley. bushels to i.ieo. 1. Wtarea at 75 ctnts. after watchiug thsm threh on m farm man's Caristian Temperance Union a sucLilly J , a troting mare with recod CVlOKINfl a plftsure during the hot did els this afternoon nun confer cess done. weather S L Powers ia aeent fnr lie 0' 2 2")J and valjtd at 37,000, was burned and Alice Ward the best work I ever saw or hid every Miasea Rerta Sbrtve an! in is rapid. bet oil s'ovi irs'l' Call and see it in op 10 death in a stable at the Columbia 0 , paid Mt. Vernon a flying visit yesterday Their work satiffar'orv. cVincMi'idir iheou 1 narticular Fair Grounds. eration at the store. bjt we notice they were back in time to fit and its work all th-.- t ! n io mid agents At a Hale of Jersey cattle made at "Peerless" 1 rarnestly a ia oflered for A JiAi.Eopportnnitv put in their appernce at the temperance claim for it, viz fri-your out tn Lebanon on Monday last, for Kimberlain ak all my farmeram wishirig a fine blue grata farm adlecture. fit a trial, 'or I '.'l fonvinned that A Wide, of Danville. 27 head were Uncle George Sambrook has the finest succe mirably adapted for diry purpose with ind satisfacwill attend :s of fcr SlJO 2j, making the average Resp. to, I. S. garden we have noticed this reason. He tion given itp pitr.n the famoua Butlalo Sprit ga situated on it. prxe of 347 Us laid per htad. The high- pitch also that is very Tevis . has .1 water-meloa 11 of sale of LopanV Port Siti advertit-nnin. w. Willis, ?ftr t pr.ee pM was lv Mrj.si.8. Williams & Hocicrn Gents. tine, but no one knows where it is. firm nn ihn 15th The Little Giant S'rnw Stacker you sold The next hightut waa 5S8, paid by J. J, !' The Kentucky Central is progressing iken & Bishop an 1 manuVtured by A YfiUMi nun nameil W. C Richard, Grove l'bsi.on Standard. npidly preparing its yards to commence Moore & Ball, of Xhcrnlown. Ind , was who gave MrK nnty hh bin linnif, wm up Th.nr two million bushel of plump business. used in thre'hing niv crot rf wheat and thn rilv ro'irt nf Lnulavtlln thia woit in Ohio thii year, against twenty-fivcave entire satisfaction. It is so easily and AY. VERNON DEPARTMENT. wetk fi r cnrrTinir n c ncflibd weapon. He million of tucir ipinluy last year, is the quickly taken down and re set and depos wan its W) per cent , ai leas;, cs me ciii; u wit filed $2 ) hit thn j idum-n- t by Jno. B, Fish. Biard rf Agriculture. thnhinn Managed One man handled the centre of stack. d n Out tMimw v nfn riliz n that the In a Idition o.ta, lurley, p itstosu tsd li.ty F. L. Thompon bought a horse from straw from 800 bnbels threshed this P.M. fifty v"od ctiarHCti-young man aol aro prtty cluso on to full crow, while corn F. P. Kirhy for one hundred and It is the "Boss" as well as Giant. Resp m a very dollar?. The horse is all right but he can't I S. Tevis. YrsrEiuiw J M. Lynch win hil en- promis.'H woll. 'IhiHis Os Farm or I S Tevjh July 0th. 'SI ood otiilouk for the btinh & of the Slate. keen his lips together. gaged to g'i to iv irk fur tin L A N. to Dear Sir. Having called t see tho work Pahii Court. -- Only ubout 100 head Business of all kinds is very dull in of your Geiser Threshing outfit, I say frankday, enmu down nn 'ho freight and w hc.i it drew nonr the Junc'lnn hrn, jumped uf citlloof nil KrjdB on ihn market and this part of the State. A man could buy ly, I am better pleased with its work than oil" and filling broke h'n arm. Dr. Hugh very few Bjdea nude. O d work oxfii almost any piece of property up here at any I ever siw done by any machine. I want the Geiser to ib my thresl.in? in tbe Reid wsactllol and ot tho bine, and the brotighi 5J ceuln par lb No other emtio his own price; of course there are some future. II. M. Johnon. aold. Only a few inulc- offered and t.ono who would not sell. patient ie doinu well. were ol.l. Ab.piu 20 pliij; ti mea colli nt Champ Mallics and J. M Nunnelley SEW ADTEniJSnJILSTR. The contract to carry the uhIIh between pricciiangin from $10 to $80. Only a wtre tried yesterday far eelliag beer and Lancaster waa awarded to Hinall crowd in attendance and a very dull the 1 roof being insufficient to convict they thia point and ILsa Dillion at J205 per annum. Home of court. Several indictments were were acquitted. the bida were more than double this and Hiivesting ia abjut over and the fjund against J. B. Clark & Co., of it inhard to see how tbe contractor can get farmer nf Mudiaon hie much pleased with for telling beer and liquor. Their 1 Will 1 auction at his money ta-k- . The service will commerce tho wheal crop. Too iiutlity of tbe grain triatwill come up n.'xt week. on tbe lOtb. It gives our P. M. much more U excellent and the j icld, in many casep, Egbert Fish Ss keeping the town sup- ON TUESDAY, JULY 15, 1884, to do but he :h willinc to oblige. larger than for seyiral years. We under- plied with tarly apples. We have been Beginning at 10 oMcit, at tbe retlJence, tbo Mr. Jno P. White haa SO acres having for tbe last few days some very nice Aiie W1THFR8, a likely young colored stand that of Roasting ears which will mako 40 bushels to the acre weather for' man n year ago, died Tumlay night of Old haa GO acre that will home growth have legun to" make their tbe A. M. Maj C. P. Bantam He waa a membir cf In Ihe luburlstf Ftarfcr.t.L'ctcIn County, average 30 bushels, and Mr. W. O. Field appearance. Oar merchants are having a C. and some of the members are much Ky , row containing 40 acres from which he exptcts an average great deal cf difficulty in keeping a sup-pl- y because the pastor refused to adof 40 bn.dielf- .-f Herald. of coin meal this summer. It is scarc- S,1 A. .1 R. and 7 Polen of Land, minister the sacrnment to him just before In Cincinnati cattle are quiet, hogs er than ever before. The reitasnce, eutln MIcrs Ac. FaV positively Withers requesled 'it, but the be died. to tbe bightit V.iitt. Termi without res are in luir demand and sheep ond lambd MIm Fannie Belle Hutthcraft, of wde known rte. endsy of le. preacher Ftdd be would cut hia right arm S65-in improved demand. Quotations arc: If. G. TrXCJ, Agent. jlVri0, Ky , hs uturced to Ler heme after off before le would doit. Wed-ne(UIVf-ther- , pool-room?h,-IOLei-ingtthree-fourthaide-walk-o-- r.d rpnntr tra le at iictiottv otiggv. Watch , Clcl.4 nnd Jen-tuspared r rti mixed imisti for has awarded lie oiling Petty thievea are getting in their work ml nf three tidea of the Court-houwith nettneia and dirpatgh about Danville. and the They atole a quantity of honey, butter and to Mr T J. Iloaley for f work ia fircgteifing. other ti'eful if not valuable commodities from the cellar of Mr Robert Hann y a visit of about two weeka to Miss Ida Adam, of this place M ss Brinley, of Louinville, is vlitiog rerNter, Mra. Kate Stewart. Miss Zula Williams has returned home from a two months' vial t to the city. Misses Anna Higgles, of Kirksville, Ky., and Eila Simpson, of Clay's visiting at Mr. S. W. Paris'. Joplin is spending a few weeks with her sister at Paris, Ky. Mr. Jas. K. Adams and family, of Garrard county, are at Mr. M. J. Miller's. Mrs. W. F. Ramsey, who has been visiting relatives in this vicinity, returned home yesterday. Misses Alice Ward and Bertie Shreve, of Livingston, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Dr. Lovell, at this place. Mis Maggie Smith, of Paint Lick, ie visiting by Mies Mattie Newcomb. J. Frank Walton, of Dinville, has, we understand, been employed to teach tbe fall school at tiiis place. F'Lao" I have received and am still receiv- ing New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising ine oesz in tne market, which will be gotten tip in style and make second to none in City or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley BRIGHT -- mm, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - GROCERS I -- AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, -- bn INCLUDING THE- - g. d e Mitchell, Orchard City and Wiu: Chester Wagons, McFarland and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. -- SOLE ACENTS FOR and Hamilton Plows, Sol Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning Plows, ol ars t. ink bow-legge- d Hiding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents fox Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; AX! Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting at bed rock pricks. Machines; a WhPn Of any of the goods named below you should by all means buy them of itrf $I, t 00(111-cen'- c - T. R. WALTON, Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be TREATED FAIRLY d mil ny t- per-aon- jiv diB-joe- d 'fo-Jr'n- i; t - n a e 1 r n, Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coftee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, Best Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Rope, Canned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Farm at Public Auction. Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and Spices, Candies, Nuts, Logan's Fort Farm, Cigars, Fruits, &c, and. all at VERY Low PRICES. Country Produce Want-ed- . 1 Ic :t t SDUARELY: y THK QRKAT tered letters to Morgan's Son, bankers, of and tnonef of the Tal New inxduncKtha "bridal1 -- won. Go early, ue of 530,000, shortly .f... mailing ao to be in time, ascend to ab jut the third they heard by telegraph of the failure of lbor and take up jour poit of ob.ervatitn the house the letters were directed to. The in some convenient embrasure pay at the writers immediately telegraphed to Mor end or the hall. The half hour will hardly gan's Sons and to Tcetmaater Pearson of hive struck, wbea door after door will open Xw York.ilemandinir that the letters be in quick succession and groom after groom delivered to their New York agents, LTei- will emerge aneskingly from lU closing pordelbach.Ickelheimer&Co, but the Post- tal, give a quick glance over shoulder and muter promptly replied that he had no M then walk leisurely up and down with a authority to deliver the letter Wlfftoot Change and wllli Speed Unrlyafed .to any one expression on his sbn'Kire-a-daraativbut the person or persons they were adSHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE fact that 11 indescribably ludicrous. One dressed to. Morgan's Sins replied also rao4LouiaiiUTOTiii moment be simpers shamefacedly at his alignment, that, as they had made an fallow sufferers who pass him in their to their as glarei savagely as if their valuable letters must zo much and another signees. Suit was then brought against spoiling for a fight. But all the time he is CJRS both the Postmaster and Morgan's Sons to I fiTH I T.nT?lti tff a w eiava I Jooking anxiously at his watch, until a ... ....- - di ii u ai IP IlOCk?. Jll stnt iuiuiti yrt, aura Hi , ai I nlrerttl UMllud,I'iiB In the TrJ,Vtk, vAJ i Iks Court of ComA Good Bargain. "Toem pants is too recover the letters, bat jisnfiirssi;bir.",::vw::"n",.!i?v"Brt half hour haa passed Blowly away, when he bac, Dlmnna of Vliluo, 1'rtiua Pleas ordered that the letters be de short," said a huckster, who was bargaining I will dsllrer Ice to back to his door, knocks and mon reiuhr cuiWuiers srerr oiara-fo- u n.rnuiu AKe, aua mtajr otrrrll(-r- i Bleili hastily BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA that loJit to Iaunllr er at livered to th assignee of Morgan's Sons. for a pair of trowsers." la all (iwiol Keuil In Ptl.ee t'aiw Without Change enters, where necessity compels us to leave MorWeakBMithe Speciac acu Ilk a "But dey vill stretch, my frient, dej vill ONE CENT Hut as the remittances were sent to charm, rettorlnelowt or ftllnr t,(. him. Toe explanation is simple he has SHORT LINE TO THE EAiT gan's Sons, as agents, to be disbursed for a stretch. Yust hang vo'ghts on do legs nnd Aceoiiutadiinut tlie cioieu'eaih uwulti or wha or. IId to th eye a brilliant r - Lowlseiiui. been snt out while the young and inexpe nJtp.rkllDjI-.utj- r. r.!.c.C.r.wllh.ut "a,.. lo thecbrek, specific purpose, the court ordered that stretch dem efery night; dot keeps de pigs a cuMoiuer qvlta. il'-l- l Ml. Ji. Ml. I J III) IV. madam disrobes herself. He if ' ",l"' liecwJ AftsrTak.sg. i these remittances, together with copies of oud of de knew." l,'.rvr,J!'c!!lcl, V"bTforait Drun.i-- it ashamed to go down stair, bo he watches $1 or packj jti "They are too dark'ontiuued the cus the letters, be given to the agents of the CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, mail. ioaUKfre-.,o- n receipt of prlc.. IS. Alw by I out the vigil in the hall tomer. "" '.4"1,:ul" Irs IMoaptut. wfteh will b.! writers. .?.i -- . . . u. r. Ot I. A, Oa one joyful and ne'er ill "Dark," taid the dealer, "vot matter ish UNDERTAKERS. munlcitlona to the loulaJII, Ky. the first of the many times that History, Central dot? De color ish not fast, und dey vill The Museum of Natural occasion JtUHHA V Jtf.OIVlXK fO.j - - ICY.. loICINIS'EV, I have Bought to console myeelf for the Park, has been offered an egg that, if sold fade dree shades in two days." T.'n 1 SoMUManhnl br P.nny A all sight by the dczen would bring $3,600, the indiwoHof bachelordom by this pitiable 'They are too wide in the legs," objected Areprrpired to lurnlih WkxI ind Miti.i DurUl Drulala etrf whereA ABTiica rxraa Co , Wholeiale .UtaU. assist at the reunion vidual one being valued ai $300. Its size the huckster, and the accommodating deal- Oun, tlMraeand llurlal Itobes of all i.uli. It.M-lyr- J I was called in to Loulirl., 2VEVEK UEATE2V I. after the half hour had elapsed. A groom, is a little over a foot in length, its holding er in accommodating garments said: TF.H1 bigger anl madder than the avenge, had capacity two gallons and in round num"Veil, veu vou stretch dem de long vay ! ! ! ',un'f'l Dollara In loi.l at the Clnrlnnat chamber bers it equals 150 hen's eggs; its lineal don't dey get schmaller sidevayn? De more tipoeltloo Ii IMI. lhe hl.hett liardly reentered his nuptial alf. when he reappeared with direst alarm and measurement ii double that of the ostrich you vears dem de petter dey fits you." I SfP0'" Ji. Loulailll,., ify , In iLi depicted upon bia counten- egg and its cubic bulk eight times greater. for theiieopleofStaafard consternation anJ "Look t that big greae spot," said the JeeltjtrtalaniUty I f,r'L,B0,n.n"4Je,,,. TJE0MLTTRU3 Lincoln couutr and prouilm to do thn U.r '"l.gi ..",f,VIJ.W,.,.or ,nJ aw "" "HI In the The monster egg comes from Madagascar a.l ance HU room was the end one forthpm If they will Inaurw wltu hiiu In e. particular buyer. r Tb Londna ICKSII Lancashire loturauc ' Oh, dot's nothing," said the dealer, "you Ltrerpool, whomA aueta are U.'.'dO.OOO, or (u, of. hill and my face the first one to meet his and the museum now possesses an admira 1 !; Kaat Main n., Loulattlle, Ky showing its diuiensiois. The first vill haf dem all ofer vagon grease in less as The Royal, ot Urenrnl.aiMt IJilM?,ri, ir face. ble cast, ;oniil fl Tbe Uinciiblrc, of .MaochMtir, iiwU o I A V "Are you one of the hotel men?" he discovery of these interesting relics of a von veek. I draw off ten cents for dot spot. 000,009. of wl boaI""1"' whlta oi timer ai, t,. mot. monr rirht M'tpnmUf to pay allium fnm J.iyJj'i.i c J( past time was made bv the captain of a You take dem for a tollar vorty." Syragupsd ruriunee ' and tcill no4',,ut rV luujidy'W) iiiy once ad lam, sir," I replied, with that inate merchant vessel, who stopped at a port on cuse Herald. Write tnbliu orctll oa h.ui at Liaaate- - Kj characterized the descend the aouthern part of the island to trade truthfulness that very peculiar in their hab Pigeons are with the natives. During his stay there entB of George Washington. characteristic being that they lake sir, and I'll the curions vases that the natives used to its, one "We'd, n'tr, my wife has gone, up with strange pigeons and will fly away aaraasaiiTS FACTS RECAROINC have her, ir, if I search every rojui in carry water and food in attracted his at- one or two nt the time with the stranger old shanty." Dr. Elite; j L-tention and upon investigation he found until the whole flock has moved to new Isali jour cursed & . In vain I sought to console the agitated that they were egss cut in halves and upon quarters and new masters. Another pe- LonlaTllte, Ky , Cincinnati (., aad lu IUnap-3.l- i th III flftn. . and LIVER ii. i vinuivn Chicago .i u.rv ... -- ... a Ind .deiileratn Di-- r Dm.'. youth and to check the current of of pro- being questioned the natives informed him culiarity is that the male bird will sit on llai3M'. J AC ntelnwir A ,., Klacber, VmAndi', Ba lw a A HEALTH luidVIOOHef YOUTH lu. f ' IV.lt " n rrII iiirliiicrrlliiand tnifUn TOMl . IT..AK. an. I k....... I.. ... . C.. coursed with Niagara's own that the v obtained them from the Breat fanity that I f lU.Wantol Apjiet le Intiu..,. lhe Mme M lhe ftmai9 ind tag alto tbi Ktter. HhunlLirrr au I Ham'ltoa Ornnt. ' t .. Iij the THE O.V.V LINK 111'NNtNO I i, 4 vtti . IU ii.e It s eome distance away in the up- imh and roar from his trembling lips. In -........ u. .a. - ...or me lotu ior ine jouujj. imp. h mmr ui rtturt nurU J ii i.j. j.ui nisnes nan was not custom-ar- v country. An offer to purchase vain I assured him that it some soon common pigeon is undoubtedly what was I prlene and ternn Cars! liemin I anO mppii, itraiii fotter Uanrllle. Ky, ' I AND SOflD TRAINS with wives to ran away so early in the resulted in the discovery of others that known auilrriui iriini .11 complilmi f to the ancients, and :, the biblical pe nil rio Hit "-- " L 1uJ; J?i HARTKH-- IMO.V TONIOairi I DR. LOUISVILLE marital life and that mere wis noi a case fell, into the hands of the naturalist, Isidore dove which was sent out from the ark and TO a.lcau.l r CHICAGO J ITUIIiyiCXlOa. I . rp ox un. on Tecard of one's quitting her bed and G. St. Hilaire, who succeeded in finding returned with the olive branch. An inter"Mmuny in iuo taiuv I t J,Lo', ''"''S Vi'liaVpIa'piirar board before the expiration of the honejr-noo- n the bones ot the birds, which he named esting fact concerning pigeons is that they O.VJ. noa- J. AJAVM AJ. W 1 Pi I 1. I f..V!u", m 14I Ii rii(ii) ilnirrl ..m trllle Jo not ripeniiiviii It wa.s useless, ke would not be Epinoris, or tail-birSince then (1850) drink like cattle with long continuous ti tlio umiuinal aad Hair Moaoa comforted, till finally, purely out of phil- - the remains of thrie or four distinct species DRXAri5 BOOK 1 . ff1uU ol Mo " or-f .1 iDi.rm.llja. iK" io HrcriirMlle, CrawfordsTllle, rfiijcltfl drauzhu wiibout raising their head An od XI Mthrophy o5 an unselfish heart, I suggest- of these monsters have been unearthed In and Chicago without change. On. HAtrrtn's Inos ToNro ia ron 8ui or su other thicg is, they feed their young with s ed that he let rue riaut him in examining the of the southern portion of the white curd lite contents, of the crcp, E. H. BURNSIDE, TIME TABLE. his room for traces of the missing bride. the island, a akull, part of the vertebno, a the male being even bitter supplied with aTAfiy.v-""r. Illy. This Old Well - Known '' CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO IT. Lt. LoulaTi.le.. Jleatoace assented and threw open the tibia 04 centimeters long, being the princi- this tender food than the female. 7 41 p m 8 M Arr Utrnfntl. Hotel iu Maintains ita ' door. I 01 a iu J 01 p pal find quite enough to establish its cola CrawfonlaTllle Thomas Chancy, of Hawkinsville, lias High ICllB 3 01 pa I entered with noiselew reverence. No ossal nature Ur.retw a II a in i II pu Chicago ... gone into the 'possum husiueM on an ex . 7 M a u 8 M pn knman being but ourselves was visible. In AND An InoKorj3 Woman. "My wife is the na liiuiiuiin.1 Ea9t! iwtoMiial ii.u.1 rauiaL TaTlln Akle 00. thin.--, of the coiner piled upon a chair were the or- most ingenious woman who ever lived," tensive scale aad propoiei to raise those all polot. In tvlacvnaln. Mln ear;, -- roaIowa much sought varmints for that market. Ita Proprietor ia Determined thcti lAehraaka. Ar U. ..:...., ".' dinary articles of a woman's apparel, the said JorjtH. it snail be Second to no Country MlRUAV His ranch is about a mile from town and and more mysterious garments hidWashinaton. PhlladelohlaiN.V.: . imaller Hotel in the State in iti Fare, "I .believe you,"jiaId Smith, politely. Loulafllle. Kr is enclosed with wire fencing. This wh Appointments, or Attenden under the larger. In the bed waa a "But you don't know why you believe only Hoe ruoouif The composed of a pillow and flan tion to Comfort of .tr front, done in order to keep Calvin Brown from me," intimated Jones. their Oneiti. trailing them off Into the swamps with his PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINO CARS nel akirt, which tne wrath of the alarmed "To tell the truth I don't," frankly reH. pack of hounds. He baa commenced with had ruthlessly and immodestly ktuband plied Smith, looking bored. nlll be coBTFjed t aa4 foot t situation at a glatace. it ten, but will greatly increase the number I took in the "illue-Oraafree of charge. Kperlal aeromno-Ut- l "Well, I'll tell you. We've been mar-rie- d eat bed that ia to CannerelalTrarelera. The Bar will during the year. As the average piney There waa nothing under the twelve years and lived in the same alwaja aappllea with the eholeeet ratoar for it came & woods 'possum finds ready sale at 40 cents nothing of any constquecce braadaof Llaaora an 4 Clear. house all the time and thii morning she 'poasum would apiece, a fioe, fat, stall-feCiucliumtl Had Lt x near the floor. There were no closets found a new place to hide my slippers." too vaoM- lugieu, jiy., of courte bring double that amount and in the room, no other doors, and nothing uentrai Kentucky to All PoinU Acd Smijh was psralyzsd with admira-tio' five hundred at eighty cents apieas amounts behind which one could uiue. mere was, College. North, Eait.Weit & SoHthweit. Denver Opinion. to $100. ISt. Charles Na vs. what the French call a buffet, however, ' Piaai linn ia Kaat Line Between vonnecung la aauie Jepot with faet tralae for Treatment of the Canada Thistle. with shelves at the top and folding door at STANFOBD. KT. ''The development at the back of the keep about 200 sheep and whenever I I LEXI.YGTOX A CI.GI.1VATI. the bottom. head my friend, indicates paternal affecSchMuIe In EffKt Junes. UU. I gaugwi the thing in my mind's eye and discover a patch of thistles I salt the sheep tion," explained the phrenologist. "Now, With a Full Corps of Teachers, The Direct Eoute to Lynchbure, Dan concluded there wasjust room enoujh for there, putting a handful of salt in each you will obterve," he went on, feeling. of Thla Inalltutlon will oprn It. Kir,3th Salea ville, Norfolk, a flexible little woman without much cloth- thistle at the root. Besides the action of the boy's held, "that this bump is abnor ontheZJ MocJajr in atpUiulwr next. uHr F. Hun E. N.Tn in there. All this was but the salt, which tends to destroy them, the ing to stiueez) mal In size, thus indicating that he loves All Virginia and North Carolina Lt Coflcton., JlOpm SJOatu 2 of an instant's observation and thistles are eaten by the sheep close to ALL THE MUNCHES OF A the work Kalioouth., his papenU to an unusual deKpu 9 US t a nOpn Pointa. the ground and after one or two sittings the and revere: 0 lupn II 00 a m iJIpn For ticket, auj lurther lafunaatlon. apply to Arr Cjnthlana, then I spoke with my mouth sharply 4 41 pn I'arla.. gree. Is this not so my Ud? ' 10 40 your peafMt ticket oiflcf , or a.Mre in II .1 . ... 8 THOROUGHEWGLISHGOURSE : ialngion. ! " pm "Youni man, you have made a fool of grass among tne misiies, as wen as every"Nw." '. E. ARNOLD, Le Lu CAO.Ity .. is j, U1 ,2 ...j i," 6WP . AJrertiilD Aft , the sideboard and lick thing else that hides from view, has been Tlckn an.l Pan Aix., lovq your Are tauuht, aa well u "What's thai? You do not ,,T52E?i yourself. Goto MOYt Mnln St., IularllleKj Arr Wlncheater w (iw eaten off so that each thistle is easy to be parents?" I.e. Harla-Arlier." w. NMiTir, .10 II i iu 2 16 i) " 11. w. rri.LKK. MUSIC. THE LANODAOE8. DHAW-INWlncheiler. p ml iOOp w 8 'ii rm to hide my seen and to receive its handful of salt. AfOeo'l Macaner. M Uen'l Paaa'r At. think we'l enough ol mi," the boy Without waiting for me Wim AND PAINTINO. Lre. Winchi-ater..j.ibuuiooii, virioia. 30 p p Arr ItlcbtuonJ .... ii 39 a m 3 M p ru blushes behind the door, he opened the ter 'his treatment it is seldom that any replied, '"but I ain't very fond of de old ui 10 m 714pw I.aoraitpr ... thistles are seen the second year. riiT,-- t with a biund and there neUld amid Ex. man. lhetiump you re leeliu' ol ue gif -- LEAKS' TUfTlI ABOIT TH- Ei 31 j, a IlowUml 55p m flsecy white, was the prettiest me last night with a base ball club." acloadof Forty of the republican and Indepen KoTJ," In Tuition, io:ir o7" rejular little rosebud of a face that ever gleamed dent papers that have bolted Blaine have a MISSISSIPPI B. III. Hilly A novel church entertiirinmnt occurojo Fr.; ilojy Baflalo Corres Dally. Ex tii E. 1I3, out of lace and linen, circulation of 1,720.000. Thh is a pretty red in Georgia A prin'e.i bill widely ilh Itowlaml Lt. Iiicaiu-l 00 a ni pondence large audience, but allowing three readers tributed in Dinen amUmed ihe-lines: For ful. pirtleulare, ae to Eowi. " . il Irju Liiioj;BNV.ei.,.'il-iW- ! r MentiioDil producing oil well in to every copy circulated certainly a mod- "He will hau on June 20 There ivl'l be nu-.- . r. v, rilltlll'Vlir, I'rlucltual, wl,i a Only lf Tnere s re 20,000 I' He iV .. ; JM fi 0 a W j ' raaiengrreiroiu meiinpof the Cloclnaatl k z j;ro Jir. lnrh.f ...1 j.j, K hernia war llaTe..l i "oOini iini.Trm.. Pennsylvania, yielding at present 60,000 erate estimate it will be seen that these a grand excursion from Dirieu to Units ' ,a 12 It p in frr in t Jnrlutifiil Paamhihat enter tusZ, ?ll' K?. uepDi-t- be birrelsoiladay. It requires 5,000 miles papers reach over five million people who wick Go and see a onilr tht litis not HtMti..n iiratid IVniral i h. ?' :r.,uiuu r-JAam JJJ!'"' i n m C7 10 ..i .,.... J1. jf. if.it !,'nra1 lin-V nilui. ' iiae iric Dm 111 of Pine line and 1,000 iron tanks of an have been in the habit of attaching much taken phce in Glyna ciioty lisfure in I'jiisur in nclnnati. Lve tlntluaitl A tt UlCl.nIrr XM p mi l is p , CARTER'S Ibe-K y ai,d 0:uo A Mississippi lfy. JMlH Turla. average ciptt.ty of 25,000 barrels each to weight to their opinions la a de- 3 Wpu J 00 p m H It must be ad- - twenty yean T.ieri will ! a hi s'lfper W a 10 !. !rve wlrrtreaeiitilon I'arla . 3 10 p iu, a n ., w nu urpius muted that theae journals addressing their and hep at the hall, ft mod trio 011I7 $1. am store tne on l' a ia Cynthlana . transim". 4 07 p a Only ITTLE !W,,W lil n ni Kalinoutli H6 000,000 arguments, ably as ... stocks Time are row nearly iu Jl 07 n in i thev do, to such a vast Children not excepted Ilstueuiber, a u'o.il jCoTlanton w'luout tuniter " w p in ! m 11 m a m -region in tanks. constituency, must prjve no insignificant j band of music will attend 5w??lFiiL 'i .!.1:1 i.uunIniprinHlate points.foriiiiec-- s cigaat Ily any aH barrels of oil stored in the Come one jer route v j 1 it you hate mldnlzht .M.lV.SVII.I.i: IIH.lM'u, This oil would mike i lake more thin one power in tne campaign, despite the auected come all, and jo with us " Thii t.is sign j nn,( 01 cais, i.r.natt ruDr,,D a,,t0 D,ll- TllG , Oiilv aJlHC evening tralui to at Noarn-BofM- i. "iS5-J- T" nilo miuiuo and ton feet deep. The mon sneers uf the Blaineites. fC-J- . ed by the pastor and trustees, and what hund.y LcMs. "ailnit inolnnatl at r n m inii Dally '.Dally r ... r. ey uctuslly invested in petroleum producthey proposed was an excurioa to .ee the only. Ex. tfun. Ex. sfm The Cincinnati Cmmeretal GaxUe takes irt Ui the .'ouih rallies to connect with tr.e- Lve ISoj h animated to be more . ittra r.can take the ecci.l, whUh tion nine hin?im of a rolnrpil min. Rnrie lVvlon. ... -- . ......- nnkticonCovinrlon ,..9 j jueocuers to tasK ior ujnig tneir old ser .e tinn w,t., 1,1 iornn trains from fct. Louts to UtinVton ". 1V..1 than $42j 000,000, of which $200,000,000 mons over again, and thinks TooTnl'TiVanl'iSlIIS audhoithweil that practice Bucken's Arnica Salvo. a in R o,i :. . .... ,..,.n.,, flllxi 1 s a s. T !.. Irlwwn rinrlnnill .u .in iimi.'''i"''"'' "' j! Mm kr. aiiirraini rr a wan capital from New York city. Since explains why churcbei n ' ... "V. are not better atTho lea. Salve In the worM fur Cuts, Brulus, V. ,.-- . in " Kick nvndaeho mi n'.oTo n.l .. ,...i., .UIIU bt. Louis under one " CarlliU i iA a in' ? CO a ni i8 17 'it r, 1880 more than $12,000,000 has been ued a in i ,,1,e oaiJ .":: 0 17 Johnson tended; and then it says that preachers who Sores, Ulc're, Salt Itheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, dt .ttaft b. jus e Ftoof'thee t m . rfias i jrllniiif c trip. au t im !. ... ??:;. ffi t?n.lU4rBtM Con"ro" '' iron tanks, and nearly as much 5lne.,Kaoeea, DronalnoM. in building -yTto;":.ionn:i,sa;;;; do so are guilty of obtaining money under ChappM Ilandu, Chilblains, Coras, and all Skin 1'ain In tho Side, 4c. pm alia their moat ruii:2. r'J r J DtiiT Trains Cincinnati to St. Louis Eruptions anl curoi PJles, or no pny hvery Car In thee Trains Huns Through, l'ar- tlluBucccs h .J t in pipe lines all by one corporation. The jalso pretenses. r .a rij Borrn-IlowIt speaks of a practice luf ais are Hun on Day Trains, falaie Is la guarinteed to glre porfret eatlifc-HonA SundaVlJS average $3,000 each. tanks cojt on ac Sleeiilog tars on Night Trains. among preachers of taking a vacatiou with No closer re trn 1J r.-- cs 25 coots per lior bun.Ex. sun. ua' . change of Cars im any elm ol tank is 00 feet in diame30,000,000-barre- l a continuation of salary, and then going Kor sale by Penny A McAlliter. panaengers. livery pasaenge: a seat in a Through Car 23 feet high. There is a lateral off to his ter and I All "' 5 other placei and getting pay for An End to Bone Scraping. " 'srlls!o " 2 Hpni .. J, PJisengers ro carrlel on Express nradaohc.rctCartcrLlttloI.lTerrillaar9iaiI.7 prewue of 0,000 pounds on each square preaching their old " MlllerahurJ J Xi ' w i "ln '" -' P m valaablo In CDnsflpaflon, curing acd Trains' The Shortest aud (Julckwt Line EilwarJ dbeplierJ, of H.trrtnl.urt;, 111 , sayj sermons, while the ! !", Z ?' " lu ' thla annoying complaint, vvluiolbeyol.occrr .5 Arr Pari P from C nelnnatl to St. Iuls' No omnibus size whenfull of m inch of a tank of thla preacher whese place they take is doing "IlaTlng recelTeil aa much benefit from Elcttrlc all disorder of tho stomach, sMmu'ato the r transfer Id Cincinnati ior passengers irom C.S.It.B. 100 tons of iron used in con. and regulate tho bowels. Even if th only car A my duty to let suffering liuuian-It- y Bitten, I feel It oil. There is the same thing. Till i.tr," wv T?mifnToSt.LouisanJ know lt Ifare bad 1 running ore on luy leg etrncting one. points -- . 7 It is belieued that the Waabibeton mon tor eight ytars; my doctors toll me ; that I would has 2 V WniTtLiNO Yankee. A. Yanicee TlTlinorfom111..Lou amputated. ument will be completed is 1885. It Is hare to hare the bone acrapid or JT . " ". uTinaTon Hn. m. v in e,. titb I used, Instead, three bottlei of Electric Bltteia Aeho the would be almost priceless to tbosa who ni, . . .ic iu uours, wim turoufu Day andmv nj lugton from a single pine now 340 iauii Sleep- cut lth a Jack-kniffeet high and when finished will and seven boxes Arnica lat Cara. my leg Ii now and euinrfr-jtills dlstrcsjjsc impla'nti bmfor'a-natelgroup of figures a large, self-lik- e block C.4atements contrary to the above are de, rdv7 Vv n haye a hight of 500 feet of atone and 55 sound aod well.", Electric Bitten arosold at SO .? thelrgoodneas doea not end hero, sod tbos.t . uueraie misreprrsentaiionii, inn person who onco try them wilt And theso little nlils vita-bia span of honea attached to a car- feet of thus making it the highest cent) a bottle and Bucklln's Arnica Sal to at 25c iluo, la ao many ways that they wlllnot he wlllui ia the not onlyin these, hut ia other ualters. riage, in which are two men. It to do without them. DatoftcralU:cU ttai atructur ever erected b the hand of man. per box by 1'enoyA McAlliter. !& A Startling Discovery. rWnf lin llnnnlirnii t The Ohio and is true to life. He has been at Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Dat., writes tlia alppl Hallway guarantee the correctness of Iu only. Trains No..VrdlTUw7nh;h'!j,r"Dl! !"" me' "H3 fee,l bla wife had been troubled with acute Bronchitis lairiuenuaini every promise or Paris 'T 0'"0'" to1 niontba on it. Eren the "pokes of the" and the highest pyramid of the Nile, 400 for many years and that all remedies tried gave no Is thebsno 0 f to many lire that here Is where wtj will bt carried out tn the fctler. luaJe the public, and Lexington 3 Line-- No. and the wheels rerolre wh'eeU are perfect and 4 run via. win.i...... For lull and reliable Information in rrgard to permanent relief, until he procured a bottle of snaka our great LojuU Our pUU euro It wh--n teei. Land, Ac, In the Western Siatee, Map., Guide Solid trains wth Putlm.n Others do not. on their axlea freely. The harness ia com vi 'ufcva" between' Dr. King's New Discovery and lowest special rates lor Ticket and Household Cincinnati and BIchmon ior Consumption, Carter's Llttlo Mews, About theeasieU thing in the world is to Coughs and Colds, which bad a magical eflect and Tery easy to take. liver mis nro very unal! sni Uools to all point West call on or addre plete in ever detail and can be moved on nlllsiaakoa dw. Onoor two CI. H. ALSOP, months more will be let nlip a hasty word; about the hardest, to produced a permanent cure. It Is guaranteed to They ore strictly reitetabk) and do not gripe or Paaaenfer Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway, the horses. Several purge, but by their gcntla action pleaso all who 8 cure all diseases Fi.,rl8Afcg.n. W usothem. lavlalsBtaicents; flvu SoU jeqiilred to perfect the group in minor de take it back and say we are sorry it ever al Tubes. Trial of the Throat, Lunge or BronchiW. W, PKABODV. W. bottles free at Venny A McAlls-ier- 'i by dxugjbts everywhere, or sent b caX , Prst t and Uen'l Mln'gr, U viewed b.v manr rereons dalljr. went from us. U. Pai. Ant. Drug Storr. Large size SI. CAUTK? MEDICLE CO.,Xo,y York, Cincinnati, Ohio. aaT "' J't-'- The Ownership of Letters. It teu that, as a rule ot Inw, a letter belongs to once dropped in a July 11. 1884 the person it h addressed to, and the perKy., Stanford, L son who wrote it has no right to reclaim it. A case involving this was brought in New A Modest Bride. York a few days ago. I. Allnrd A Sons, the most amusing spectacle at a bankers, of Europe, mailed in thrca regis Niagara Falls hotel may be wituwed In post-office, Phsp .,,...'.. e mOFE.SS10.NAL, A New Intoxicant. r A p.ila, FlimtUn The newet aldition t our already pretAtl lk 1. W. BS9WH ty long list of intoxicating dtiuka is melon SIM M BORDKTT. BUHDBTT & BROW1N, brandy. M. Levat, a French chemist, is VZCtMZ ur Kriiturkj UiilTnrallr, Loxlimton, ' I(r. said to have succeeded in causing the wa, , .1. in. UMyr MT. VZRN'OK, KY. J ilmu rn l(B,ki,T pilir ,nJliilf-- r Tim. U mjkt ib tery fruit to yield n potent spirit, He took uii ii I'nru ixi i T"t In lilllm Tallinn IfT"! ,Arfr Tii1 nli r. Irjl0tn.llj.l. T.I.Mh;.i Oil, U.rfrC. tat ALEX. ANDERSON, the juice of six pounds of watermelon ATTOUNEV A.Y XiA.W, f.i.ili Ix. I t,r tram I) i. u ft t n a. , ( i, palp, and, having added a certain quanti r lmpv!l t loi-t- , h , DANVILLE, KY., UI Hu.lVM I'lfm rf T$iM ty of free sulphuric acid, he warmed tho Will praitlre in the Court of Doyle and al'olnlog ai pilnn. vitMlalllfllUltnt tnlTM,lllMit Ift.imit I fj,1'' It n rlrtf, rvli mixture, upon which the sugar became eotinttM end in the Co-- rt of Appeals. (.UrtuiulWlnt Il.HfJlJ.HMITII.UiU,i,..l.,. transformed mto a mixture of glucose and n jrrsn. J. levnlose. This product, which ferment And M!terComnilMlon-rUflccntl- 9 Circuit Cour. directly, yielded ten quarts of perfecty norMT VEUl?0 KY. Will practice In tho Kockixsti-- i Courts, Collecmal alcohol. A rainy summer renders this tions a specialty. Office ANIMAL SAFE GUARD. lu I Ml so watsry, as to leave large quantities hlialM(fiirir Ab,olaieciif.forallbrfibya'iflc IiBB F. HUFFMAN. of it unsold on the hands of the melon- J lv tp .. nnlaL. Ii. in.kUn.dil I. !.!.. .I..i. .)immilii unu tuiigurt growers in the moist and fertle valleys of 8TAKF0UD. KY. lump a rttn.elieti thla lamMmock .Seuil )nn Dollar Office South aid Main Strett, two abors Ut lull Jmirucilon France and it is by no means improbable th Mrtrt Hotsl. C. F. DR0SEKE, Juitlcs ot the Psact. Falmouth. K... that they may be able to turn M. Luvat's PureMtroui Olid Ou adulelitered wasa tf.j. M.rw. JtuiutAV'N Nii:riric. discovery to practical account. The numDB W B PESV, ber of potent and seductive liquids of an The (Jroat English Kcmedy, Ooiltlnt. intoxicating character which are capable STANruKD, KENTCCKY. It a oflllT cure for U'k Memoof being extracted from fruits and vegetary, Low or llraln lowtr, Nirroj OlS-- e Offlcs nfer llobl H t ji'it't t.jr bo bles seem endless; while no one seems able from S In 12 A. H. and 1 to s v. u. AnM'.brt! i a i Iiiiiotpnfjr. nd lltnrral 'm-lrrof to hit upon a temperance drink that is in1nttrl wn numiurf. ins iifnrratlTa Orfini . m . hmu hi. ..uraif timi luuuir At m f even palatable. X "V,"'"J' '1"ik oi joutnmi impruJfaet or I '; uirm wt? ' yS'PTEWASHViLtE wiTfO . Ma rr iiH w(''mkw IB Ss'9'Vl'ilnyflBflMBHpiKj 11 w.(i-jr jti im 1 '''''nl Throh Trunk Lino AttornoyAtLnw. Court-houao. SUI1013ON XJaiS'TIT, dri I FOUND AT LAST. I I'srai-riKbta- i.,iiiri 4 wM ,l L-- SOUTH & WEST a,ffi' 't'k--t T'I'P' i-V- '""""i" . n. PER POUND. .II; a ... ..,-v- M.Ur Peerless Traction Engine. Fire Fire Fire n. KiAini If' "Waters; o., i- IRON TONIC sa . ''' rlf;. J'no Pl' 'r gli. r.le 3H-1-- r. ...,., "...". "MOIVOIV KOUTE." 1. H. 15lhviii A "-Posl-offlc- e, Louisville, New Albany Railway. sand-bank- w n,u niCC Mrt-nirl- Fiillmnii Palace d. !' t- - .pt-eJ- . 11 1 STANFORD. KY. and Still Reputation, o- ii. sand-bank- I I Kentucky's Houte K:s .."": rr. Dee-tcaa-- A SOLID LenUTll, Mim TRAIN Mt EEITIIL I Shortest Iteute' Quickest Itouto d n. Stanford Female Washington city. 11 r. 'I O 1 1 . 1 1 TERMS MODEKATE, ., !,3iFaa:01 4 The . n 1 NOKrU-BOf.N- 11 r rd. i "" .,,,, 111 ai n. 1 ?"". I I PIUS. VER im The - LinefflS;;:' , 1 , . J I CURE 1 .iei lliil.. w fn v" w 1 1 . " '. I SICK j o I ' I 1 I " e, "r l "t HEAD SftlidHnilv r. Dfrnnt y o .'. """au wmmmmw ,,.,., i. ACHE fo-4- !. lln ff'" OvneralWr. inu7Z0CV' Vj ""M BTTV' feriffffl