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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884071501 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. emt Weelli Imtifwf -VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY "What does littfual NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER 15, 1884. it coit 267. Bf. W. 1 WALTON. Buf 9t tjB PitbUihed Tuta&ava and FrUlny; 83.00 XEIt ANNUM When pattl atrlctlr wlt nr In aJeince. II we bare to time, 83.SO will be chimed. t. The Otadf "While good temperance people are decrying liquor," mid one of the leadlnK plif alclaneof the city, "ther aeldom itop to think how much hum it being done by the abuo of a beTenge to which txianj of them are deTOted. Ijuit came from attend labe log the cm of a who la ruined for life bj Ita parenti induli. Tea-Pod Cor Cleveland. K-s- Coy, Hendricks. inn it la lea I'rlnklnj. The child became rerj nerroue and dyspeptic and they ent for me. 1'aiked them how much tea the child drank. 'About two cups at each waa the meal and eereral between meal eland t replj. You ee, ther let the on the atore all day. Thue the tannic acid ia extracted, which erte to luroi the lining of the atomach into leather and brlnga on dapep'ia and kindred dlteaae. Tou will find hundred of women, young and aged women, and occasionally a man, who ha?e completely ruined their nerroue erateiu by the exceaaire u of common tea. It will be a ble'ilnj to mankind when a timprnce cruaada can epare wind enough from iU attack on alcohol to awall tea." Waterbury iConn American. tea-po- Y, A Feature ok nck System. The debate orer the the Internal Kevc expen-e of the internal rerenue artem tliU year have brought out tome curlou facti, one of which waa narrated by Mr. Thompson, of Kentucky "I recollect eing once a tab'e, prepar-i- d tin by the Department, of the derthiaayalem in the uppr ml of Kn-tuck- y from some of the di.inct- - tUrr, a part of which now in my diatricl. That table ahowed that we paid a man over $1,100 to ait aitraddle a ten gallon keg of whi'ley at a three bushel diatlllery and watch it for a whole year Mr Thompson iur ier .'Witr.texl that by the end of the mm n, "itte aiore keep, rS.r" may haTe er and the fellow that dry aa a combined to drink lb keg powder-horn- , and report that it had all leaked out." When the internal rerenue lyitem ahall bare been awept away, a good many queer atorie may be told of iU work-i- n ine 1 ''. g , f NewYorkSun As exchange remarked on the difference of men in the two convention, thu: The number of dmtinguiihed men among the delegate to the democratic contention ia aa notable a, wai the number of in the republican convention. Among the eminent delegates now at Chicago ar Thurman and Ward, of Ohio; Hendricks and Voerbiees, of Indiana; Morrison and Palmer, of Illinois; Butler and Prince, of Mawichuiett; Hewitt and Del. moot, of New York; McPberson, Abbett and Stockton, of New Jersey; Hampton, of South Caroline; Vili and Doolittle, of Wisconsin, and u tuny mora, not to men tion Ltmar, Carlisle, Harris, and most of the other leading tuen of the parly who are preenl, though not delegate. Fay Sewell has gone to the bad in tit. Louis and ha thereby confirmed the opin ion formed of her at the time of her discov ery on Liftyette street. After remaining in two or three days at a boarding-houetil. LouU she sought the direction of a gilded palace of iniquity and immediate upon the discoTery of the information, betook Lcrvelf to it. She wmdelermintd to enter upon the ruinous count and all the eiiorta of the good people who interposed in her Louisville Post. behali were of no nrail Ur.N. BabM'M, not eati.fied with Mr Ttlden's letter declining the nomination for President, telegraphed him from Chicanomigo "Will you accept n unanluiou The old from the Convtn'ioo?'' nation SiMemin'it reply was; "Your inquiry wa explicitly answered in the negative by my letter of June 10 to Mr. Manning" It is Strang that people cin not understand iuiii who in a direct declination from convinced that it is the will of God thnt hit political outer is forever cloed. Jjr liquor bill in the United Siate for A celebrated IjHtyea: was 3900,000,000. divine fuid; 'In place of this enormous mini we have losiof labor, loss of capital, lent of rtkill, loss of production, loss of power, burglaries, iosi of time, loss of arson, suicide, murder, poverty, pauper-ism- , 0 insanity and heavy taxation worth of low!" To speak of the thread of an argument would imply that the whole thing ia a e corn-deuc$900,-000,00- "yarn." Dyspepsia in it worst form will yield to the uie of Carter' Little Nervo Pills nided by Carter's Little Liver Pills. They not only relieve present distress, but strengthen the stomach and digestive apparatus. Jew Discovery. Mr. Wui. Thomas, ofNewton, Iowa, says, "Mjr lr has been surlou.ly sllcted with a cough for years, and tbli Spring uioro than erer before, bbe had ued many remedies without being urged to trr Dr. King's New Discovery, did so, with moit gratifying remits, The flrit bottle retired her very much and tho second loHljhaibolutly cured her. She has not had .ofcojd health for thirty years." Trial bottles A twen-ty-f- freorttrenny Ue ft. l lUAllter's Drug Store Largo Qrover Cleveland was born in Caldwell midnight finds him there at work. He ia county, N J , March, 1S37. When a vigorous, robust man, weighing 220, of a he was quite young his parents moved to nervous temperament, light complexion, Fayelte, Onondaga county, N. Y. At the thin brown hair, rapidly tending lo baldbacheage of 15 he was sent to the academy at ness, and is a prepossessing-lookinClinton, Oneida county, but his studies lor. Tore is no need of a "barl" to eecure were of short duration. When he waa 10 hia election, which we regard aa almost ceryears old he was obliged to accept a posi- tain, but If there was he could not furnish tion as clerk in a country store, but soon it, for his entire worldly fiosiessions are $5,000. Unlike his repub-licaafter was offered and accepted a poaition a, assessed opponent he has not used his official teschrr in the New York Asylum for the positions for pecuniary giin and the people Wind, where he remained for one While thu employed he was persuaded by in November will gire their unqualified a young companion to atari for Cleveland, eodorsement of his course. O , to seek his fortune. Stopping at Bulla-l- o Thomas Andrew Hendricks waa born in on the way to visit an uncle, don. Lewla Muskingum county, Ohio, September?, F. Allan, he waa dissuaded from proceeding 1319. His father moved to Shelby county, further and aoon after began the study of Indiana, when youog Thomas waa only law. He was admitted to practice in 1839, three years of age. Mr. Hendricks, growand in IbG'J was appointed Assistant Dis- ing up from childhood with the younger trict Attorney for Krie county, in which Commonwealth, became identified with all position, although but 25 year old, he dis- its interest its prosperity and its prejuplayed great ability. In 1805 he wai nom- dices. No man in that State is moie geninated by the democrats for District Attor- erally loved and certainly no one is less ney, but waa defeated by the republican haled. Mr. Hendricks' youth was not a nominee by a email majority. He then re season ol hardship, and he received a liber atimed his private practice of law, being a al education, graduating at Hanover Colmember of the firm of Lining, Cleveland lege in 1511. He then studied law at & Pol torn In the fall of H70 he was Chamberaburg, Pi , and waa admitted to elected aheritl' of that county, nd held the the bar of that place iq HI J. He returned In 1871 he was to Indiana immediately after and entered office for three year. elected Mayor of Huflald. receiving hun-- ! upon the of br, matm0Um m n dredscf republics votes, although he wa ,uccw, WM pid anJ bu rei,ulaljoa wei me uemocratic canuiuate as .Mayor ne earned In 1S4S Mr Hendricks' active political confirmed the good opinion entertained for life began. In that year be waa elected a Kxer-ciainhim by honest men of all parties. the veto power unsparingly, be waa member of of the Indiana State Legislature the meana of defeating many .corrupt mu- and in 1S50 he served in the State Constinicipal jobs originating in hia own as well tutional Convention. During the next fire years he represented the Indianopoli disas the republican party. When a successor was to ! selected for trict in Congress and for four years alter Gov. A. I). Cornell, Mr. Cleveland was only wsa Commissioner of the General Land Cornell Office, lc the memorable campaign o mentioned a a possible candidate bitter hat of his former lsGO h ran for Governor against Henry S, had Incurred the friend and patrons of the Stalwart wing of Lane and waa defeated. Lane was chosen the partr by abandoning theta during the Untied Slate Senator immediately after first fw month of the Garfield administra- hia election and Oliver P. Morton was tion, and they determined to crush him. elected to the Governorship. In the elecIn this they had no doubt the support of tion of 1SG2 theie was a political revulsion president Arthur. Secretary Folger wa and Indiana elected a democratic Legislaselected as the Stalwart Candidate. Hie ture. Mr. Hendricks wai then chosen Sen nomination was secured by a most disrepu- ator for the term ending in March, 18G9. table use of the machine and forged prox- He served on the Committee on Claim, ies in the nominating convention. When Public Building and Ground and on the the public fully understood the matter Judiciary, Public Land and Naval Affairs. In the memnriablepieode of the PresiTwa of the the indignation waa great. nominees for State offices on the aame dent's impeachment he played an import ticket with Folger withdrew, refusing to ant part and added greatly to his reputaaccept nominations which they had reason tion aa an able lawyer. It ia sufficient to believe were inspired by fraud. The proof of the ability and success of Mr. Hendemocrat nominated Grover Cleveland dricks in the Feuate that toward the clo.'e and hip election over Mr. Folger was one of of a single term he had placed himaelf the most remarkable events in American among the foremost men of the parly and politic. lie carried the State by a majori became a prominent can Jidata for the Prea- He carried almost every i idency. In the convention of 1863 he was ty of 192.51S county In the Stale. The vote was light brought forward and received the bo lid comparatively, showing that thousands of vote ot New York and the Northwest, lie republicans remained away from the polls. was defeated, however, by the persistent It is probable that many democrats, feeling . determined efforts cf the State of his birth, confident of the election of their candidate Ohio, to keep the office from a We'lern also failed lu vote. That the character and man. After his retirement from the Sen record of Grover Cleveland had something ate in !$!$, Mr. Hendricks resumed the touo wnra tno coiiap-- e oi me party in me practice of Ins profession in lti(lianopoll-- . Slate there can be no doubt. His manly In 1S72 tho fusion between the liberal rebearing, the failure of his enemies to find a publican and the democrats a 2 a in postponsingle vulnerable point in his record and the ed Mr. Hendricks' chances for a place on fact many staunch republican newspapers the national ticket, but he came home and were enthusiastic in his support, gave him was nominated and elected Governor of thu increased strength daily. His partisanship Slate over Gn. Thomas Browne by the wai not of the brutal unthinking kind, cloe msjority of 1,1 IS. and that made him more acceptable to fair In lS7o Gov. Hendricks was nominated men driven temporarily from their own by the Democratic Convention for Vice party. In the exercise of his veto power, President on the ticket with Mr. Tilden. Governor Cleveland has made tome ene- At the election in the November following mies, the mo't prominent of whom is the he was elected to the office, but through the Tammnny Chieftain, John Kelly. He machinations of the famous Electoral Corn- give no thought to the popular side of a mis'ion was never intugurated cr permit-men-lirbeing guided only by whether it ted to take his seat. After this he retired His to private life and resumed the pnetice cf ii constitutional, right and proper. On veto of the the five cent elevated railway Jaw at his home in Indiauapolis, fare bill, although he was backed by the questions of State policy Mr. Hendricks law, created much feeling against him has shown masterly knowledge; but there with the working class and a certain faction is one matter upon which he has ever been in his own city of Iiuflalo turned against especially solicitous, namely, the school ays- him. The same care of the public led him tern of Indiana. to veto a bill which removed many of the Gov. Hendricks is a man of medium present restrictions and allowed the trus- height and symmetrical form. He is erect, tees In savings banks to invest in wildcat active and vigorous. His face is minly securities. The holders of such seciritie-'- , and handsome. Hia complexion is florid are yet unof couree, were the advocates of the meas-ure- . and his hair and His veto of the Prison Commission touched with gray. He looks like one who Bill was because he thought the Commis- I,n- - ...v..I v. l.annr lift., encountered no nun lion. n - I'lV sion ought to report lis results earlier than great forrows and yielded to no great vices. the 1st of January, 1SS5. He has steadily Though he has for years been taught to re put bis foot on all measures to exempt gard the presidency aa within his grasp from taxation any particular towns, corpo- his ambition has been rather a sort of ra rations, or individuals, His disapproval of tional longing for the honor than an loaa Urge number of bills that were sent to dable thirst for power. His disposition is him by a Legislature that adjourned in as sunny as his complexion and in social haste waa for reasons that he eel forth at life he h a great favorite. Mr. Hendricks is an Episcopalian in relength. His disapproval of three of the ligion. His wife is woman of .treat culture New York city reform bills was on the and force of character one formed to be a ground that they were eo loosely drawn. man's comrade in the path of honor, rath Uov. Cleveland Is n lrruen(Ious worker, er than a source of temptation. They have He reiches his dike at 8;;10 and frequently , no children. g at-fcn jtt ... of a Lt ad Pencil. L15C1STEB iDTEuTISEJIESTB. to make a lead pencil?" queried a reporter of the New York B. V. WALTEH Sun "First let me tell you how we make 33 3va'x-'x- ', a pencil," said the manufacturer. "See LANCASTER, KY. Office this fine black powder' That's graphite. from orr CI (Item National Hank. Office hoars 8 to 12 a. m. and from 1 to S r. u. 25 csnls a pound, This while subIt coals L. V. UOBBtK. s. u. BOaOBTT. stance is Germany clay. It comes across HUDDLE & DTJRDETT, the ocean as ballast In sailing vessels and A.T IjA."W, all it costs us Is freight. We mix this clay ATTOHNEY8 LANCASTER, KY. Will practice in Oarrard and adjoining counties and this powder together and grind them mil fAMrt nt Ann la CVA. l at., tr.wi.... vi. in a mill, allowing moisture to be added feouth SUe Public fquare. 1M-during the procexs, until the two are thoroughly asslmiUted and are reduced to a paste about tbe consistency of putty. This pale wu press into these dies, each one of which is the Bize of a pencil lead, except in length There are lour leads in one of these. After they are pressed we cut them into the proper length nnd bake them in an ovtn kept at very high heat. There we have the lead made. Its hardness i regulated by the greater or less amount of clay we mix with the graphite the more clay we put In the harder the lead. The cedar we use comes principally from the swamps of Florida and obtained entirely from the fallen trees that lie there. -- HAVE The wood Is delivered to us in blocks sawed to cocil lengths, some thick, to receive Making Extenthe lead and others thin for the piece that is glued over the lead, The hlocas are To Their Stock oi sawed for four pencils each. They are grooved by a saw, the groove being the place where the lead Is to lie. The leads are ktpt In hot glue and are placed In the grooves as the blocks are And now hare the Best Stock in Ceo ready. When that is done the thin block tral Kentucky. They have Parlor is glued fast to the thick one. When dry, and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, the blocks are run through a machine that Cane and Penitentiary cuts the pencils apart, then they are run Chairs, Marble Top, through a machine that shapes and burCentre Stand & Exnishes tbem and they are ready to be tied tension Tables, in bunches, boxed and put out. Woven Wine, Cot-te- n The different grades in value are made Top and Hair Matby finer manipulation of the graphite. tresses, Folding Bed LounHere is a pencil that Is about the average ges, Beds & Cots, Wararobes quality ued in every-dabusiness. It and Sofas, and Everything Else costs a little more than a quarter of a cent Kept in a Store, to get it ready fur market. We sell it to Granulated Sugar Prices. dealers at one hundred per cent, profit and the dealer makes much more than that. Of this grade an operator and the machinery will easily make 2.500 a day." The Cost JUDGE it a Candidate -- J. DURHAM District eunoEON uvjvb. m for Congress In the Sth ,ud win ui tu, isemocracy. JAMES 1J. McCItEAKV Ii Candidate for Congreu la the Eighth District. subject to the will ol the Democracy; a LIVE STOCK COMMISSION UXIO 1t MERCHANT! TAnns. STOCK ENTERPRISE Grocery. CIXOIXXATI, - - - - OHI. OFFFICE INI3UEEP TENS. clnnatl, Traders National Bank of CoTlnrtoo. or anr officer of Boone county, Kr. Cattle Salesmen. Hog Salesman-- B. K. OREENE. Imnca.ster, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT cfc DlWo. T Sheep Salesman W. M. COHWKK. SPECIAL NOTICE ! T7.n 8ALE-- A X1 JK mllei nice farm of 115 acre, loete4 Southeast of Nlcholasrlir. on. the sulphur Well pike 1 mile from Sulpfcur Well, lt Ii In a high state of eultlTitlon, well fencrd. excellent water. Will sell the rrowrrw crop of SO acres or corn and S acres ol tobacco. Bw a new cottage with 4 rooms, reranda and natry-- , good clitern, orchard, large new barn, GO In. clorer. Price low. Pouesilon glrenatonca. JIOOVElt A 31 ETCA LIT, 26J-- t. Real Estate Agents. Nlcbolasrin, Kr. rn OO.. Lately been sive Additions HALE'SWELI. oo E dr- 1 er meal .. Cottage of 2 rooms and cook room, per week. 19 09 1 room " ' " " 7 00 Single room, per week 0 09 families who rurnlih their own rooms and boird at the Hotel, per week 5 00 No two families csn occupy the same cotiss. without first making a special contract. Special, rates to clubs. No persons allowed to take water ott in Jugi unless he ii or bat been a boarder. Stable and accommodation for honea. Accomnod-tlom furnished from tbe train at all times. 261-- tf V. JEXOLEXAX. flaring teased this desirable resort and t&a- ougniy renoralol It, I am now prepared to I modate tbe public at the following rates: Hoard and lodging, per week.... 4 T 00 i It. y -- DANVILLE- re PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacturers of CHRISTIANCOLLEGE. g Djwn in Missouri they have introduced School will be In the Christian College building, at hugging societies to swell church treasuries, and a Missouri paper gives the followHl'STOXVILLE, -KY., ing cale)of prices. "Hugging parties for On the first Monday In September next. For parat the benefit of the churches are all the rage ticulars, adJreu jr; Burglu or Iluitonrllle, 263 u. It L'ltUiy. Principal. in some of the counties in this State. The puces range aa follows, for increasing the ! Millinery & Dress-Makin- g churcli fund: girl under sixteen, twenty-fiv- e cents for each hug of two minutes; A.T MoKINNEYJ fiom sixteen to twenty years of age, fifty seventy-fiv- e ..?." rec1:?1 a full line of srery rarlety of cent; from twenty to twenty-fivMillinery, and tnrlte an Inspection of the same. cents; another man's wife, one dollar; MIm Cynthia Carton, who Is a expert in the will awlit ma. Goods and prices widows, according to looks, from ten cents J7 ,owJitia. jcr. v, tabIiEH, 2it.lt McKlnnsy. JCy. to two dollars; old maids, three cent apiece or two for a nickel, and not any limit of time. Ministers are not charged. EdDBALKB IN- itors pay in advertisements, but are not allowed to participate until everybody else is e, first-cla- Doors, Sash, Blinds, WlHttew aud Door Frames, Work, Turn- liiK Meld-lug- s, Scroll Saw Lathe Work, but-0M- 9, Floorlng, CelllnK,Wettlh- erboardliig, Dressed IiHmImt And ther W. C. BAIIiEY -- throUKh." Dry Goods & Family Groceries Building Mat rial -- Alio I I "Did yon eyer try roller skating?" Inquired a young lady of a sickly looking slim. "Heth, only on'th." he lliped, "Why did you give it up7" "Beciuth I tried to stop mythelf on my heelh." "Poob! that never prevented me from learning " "Yeth, I know, but don'cher know that you we.ir a I mean thet you tlat ith er, don'cher know'"' and finding that he was over his hetd, the slim floated away A brort'd and weatber beaten min stocd lu the lox of tbe Yorkvilte police ccurt yesterday. "What is your nitin'" asked "Paddy Murph"." an Justice Welde swered the man. "Where weie you ttm?' ''Italia'' "Wliv do you give an Iri'h N. gel a no show' nsni'?" Y Sun "It-dUu- TUHNEItSVILLE, Tho Leading Houso Goods, for Cheap Dealers In Fanning Lumber! Call on ua or writ lor prices. We keep !rg itock and will do aur best to plsaae you in ptia and quality ol material. And bsllsrlng In the old adage that "Short settlement! make long frlenJi," and adopting the general rule of mercantile men of collecting twice a year, I notify all who owe me, by note or account, to call and Mttle atonce. Thanking all for past farors and soliciting a continuance of same, I remain youri truly, DANVILLE PL&NISG Danrlll, Ky. 31 ILL C II. C. IMAILEY. STATE Fall term begins COLLEGE of KENTUCKY Fiftoon Profossors and Instructors. Nornal and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, School and Commercial Course of Study. Addrcu COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. For Cntnloguc and other Information Sept. XOtll, 1884. JAMES K. PATTEKHOX, 1'li.P., JUcxingtoti. Kentucky. Ct'ltK I'lW-nr- TOU IM1.K-.- . o Initio link, loins ami lower part of tliu nbdmui'ii, cuu. tiij? the p.tlHit to iiiiom1i linorun(fiitlon nl lli 1.11 Hi' vi it mix organ. At linn, friiitlv prv.l d !, n"ii cfv ,ht COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY, LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND, KV. Next 8e.lon will open Wedneadar. September 3d, 18S4. A KILL FAULTY of ablonml experienced Intiructnrs. Comprehensive .VV.i:TA!K.N. ........ti itw,.n.iii.ii i 'iiMiiii..,. inn! umunuliH. f f httiiiiiiiL". A....-.- . ... .....i .1. .Soi-lnIiIIii-ii'-.-1l.ix-iiilo- CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, - ..' I'lcMiit, n tlat ilm . in tnnii of ImliiiiMloii iiidskIiii-- s of tin1 Mnlil.U'li, etc. A moi.tiuv, liLo dligreeib!o it, lilog, I i rpn .I t Ion , ruixlueinia my .....I.. tit l community Udiitlnsiilsluil for ttsrvllnrd rnlturunud hospitality, and lly. fumlUe"! ot Saloon lu llic luorethiiil jounisiiieii HIM h Hiitilli IhH llr-Itlrhinomt H at uu cltntiouuf ' feet above tbe of Ohio iimt. aiiil tnt' fnun all innliirlnl tutliu-ncf- i - Itit'limiiiiil W tin KfoBMpIilcul cptitn- ol tbo State, In the heart of tlio Blne .t'rc.iiiliii3.- - 'tl In iin.li rull.nt luiavlllP.llrcliiiiaH.LiioxvHlBBiHiehuttaiiooKm. an Hifii it ii ii v KU3 u 1.1. .i.,.r.iiniiU v.. 11. i.nn.ji ii.it.vcptwaibliiK. aim iicaipu ii v aieani an ''"Jbi'sv tainlllea b,ii- - t .Tlluiit 'III ,'). ,ii.iie-II- U .1 lll'ir liiii'iumf 1 1. Tl IX CMS! twmu,. IIIPUIIIi.'Niiin, r Ul'l.. 'lul t Ir uu Jrnr'k I 'iit.' ' e, common nttenliut i gilllni; M.irm, is s wr llllnd, ISIwllngnn.l Idlilus rilw Mi at "Otl. ni'iilliiitloiiuf IT Holik.o' I'llo I!eiiicdy,luclm t illrwtly ii") th it. affected, iborllns tbo Tiriinif, alh.xlng th Inleiik Itching mul a!T,,tinga in riiirtiuut cine. nic b) cuiti. AJJrmi tin) Ir. ld Ly 3I Bub-Ilf uilio MMIciu To , l'i'iiu, Ohio. nil . nrf t - 'J t t 1 h. RLANTON. D. D., Chancellor. 1884. CULMINATION OF THE SERIES. TWELFTH. , Is A M.igK. Positive Cure for Piles To thcioplflofthli ouuty we would say that wu have lem Kl'tm tbe agancy ol Dr. Marchlal's Italian I'lle OlntiueM emphatically guaranteed to euro or money refundei Internal, External, Ullud, Uleeding or Itching Piles, l'rlco 99 cents a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAliiter, Druggists. .gciNKaay INDUSTRIAL TWELFTH. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We eiuplmtically guirantea Dr. Marchlil'i a female remedy, to cure Kemals es, such as Ovarian troubles, Intlatunutluo and Ulceration, Falling and dltpUceiuint or bearing down freltnj, IrrtjaUrlltles, Utrrenues, Chant; ef Life, Leitcorrhdt'i, beild- -t many weaknesses tprlngltij froui tho abort-- , like Headache, Uloat-In- ?, Spinal Weakness, Kerrous debility, ralptutloo of thu Heart, Ac, For sale by druggist. Prices 11 and 11 SO per bottle. Send to Dr. Marcblil, Ullci, N. Y., for pamphlet, freo. For sale by Penny A McAliiter, Druggists. Ilcu. ! -- .. DBI OPENS SEPT. ILva:a.-u.acti3.ro3 3ri. a woNoaari'L nurtAV or CLOSES OST. 4th. OPEN TO THE COMPETITION 0r THE WORLD. JtcUOIJEIlTfi ii. STAG!., tin ftrugirltt, who are nlwaji louklag alter the rem-inl- y liiterrat of tbelr cuatomeri, hixre now cured the ial of Dr. Doaanko'a Cough and Luug Syrup, that uetcr fill to cure Cold, 1'altu In tin l lnnt, tin I all Lun AflW'tloiu. For proof Cough, try ii fri) sample bottle. Kejubr tize 'J) cent anJSUW zaazozr as cisT'Z'O.- the E.hibiton from every State inpowerUnion and ForeienCountrlei Special arranseroents made for tramportatlon or ex or iteim ibit,andv?torVPKor full particular., addrcu, J . F. WALTON, Soo'y. 1834. The Independent republicans Stmi-SlltfhIiInifnorouriml receive George BUaferd, Ky., July 151884 W. P. WALTON. CLEVELAND AND HENDRICKS. A gentleman recently from Cumbershowed your corresponden land Fall Monday a rare specimen of "Pentremites pyriformia" picked upon the bank of the Cumberland near tbe falls. It is a radiate, district. DKALEIt IN belongs to the In our last issue we gave a telegraphic Senator Attilla Cox, of Oirenton, will a specimen of crinold and Radiates of the Hardware, Horno .Nliors ttroeericM, synopsis of the platform adopted at Chicago. represent Kentucky on the committee to subcarboniferoua period. NwIiIIoh, QueciiMWBrc, lUiKKy Wtilpa, ?,,liM, The entire document will be found in this formally notify the nominees of the Chica- Trenton period, notably the "Araphtis lliiRBr Wheclt, Movcm, hare been found in tbe same locality. CancMIIlN, and while it is pretty lengthy our patrons go convention of their selection. UuriiM, Your correspondent was a little too UrillVN, wilt find it mighty good reading and we l'I!Cr Mill. 1 .11.. fin- -. W. II. Beale and a man named Bowie ItlniM, Nloncwnre, commend it to their careful perusal, It retired to a room at Dallas, Tex , to set- previous when he announced in last TuesCorn .NliclIcrH, Collars, day's paper that Mr. Walker Fry had been ground. tle a difficulty. is well written and covers all the Both were found dead, nominated by the republicans as their can- Oliver Chilled. Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plowi, Wcoien and Its expression on ttotarif must meet, the shot through the heart and head. Cast Pnmps, and the Celebrated M&yfleld Elsvator. Tin Roof-ing-afor sheriff of Bjyle county, but he approval cf every democrat riot an absolute Senator Bayard telegraphed to Cleve- didate correct in saying now that the gentleman Otuterins will have prompt attention. fiee trade. The war tariff must be reduced land: "Accept my best wishes for your ii to a revenue standard and no more taxes triumphant election and assurance of my referred to was so nominated last Saturday . 3(CJ)0C111 WHH shall be collected than is absolutely neces- thorough and steadfast support in the can- evening. Tbe nomination for town mar-- . m Xanlall shal was given to Mr. H. S, Mills. Mr. sary to defray the expenses of the govern- vas.." Thnrman 43 ment economically administered. is a son of Gen. S. S. Fry. mak-inHendricks In Buchanan was a bachelor, and we Fry Wh.le the battle at Chicago was yet The nomination was then at 1:10 r. t. the reduction, however, care will be elected him; Tilden is a bachelor and we made unanimous, when the dtl'sates and taken to fix the greater tix on luxuries and elected him; Cleveland is a bachelor and undetermined, Mr. Joseph William Caldaudience arose to their feet, the band struck the sjstem so arranged a: to fester a? far we will elect him. It's a cold day when a well, of Garrard county, was in Danville, expressing in his quiet, undemonstrative We democratic bachelor gets left. up a national air, cannons boomed, banners as practical domestic industries. Time. his favorite lor the were waved and yell after yell rent the air, could not have suited ourselves better bad Eight shares of stock in the Mercer way his preference for When it Is told a scene of interne enthusiasm as we drawn the plank ourselves, nor could National Bank, sold at public sale on Mon- nomination for President. he wore pinned to hi vest just over octhe committee have improved it had they day last for $115.75 per share. Five shar- that ai never before witnersed on such an casion. The convention took a recess till 5 labored for month. It reunites the de- es were sold privately tbe Saturday pre his heart a wooden teaspoon, it is not neceschoice I .-ac when nominations for Vice President mocracy on the greatest issue of the day. Harrodsburg Demo- sary to add that Joseph William's vious at $120 each. ATUncle Benjamin Franklin was for your wee in order. California presented Rose- Phil. Tno.Mrsox began his convans by crat. crane and Illinois Hon. John C. Black. says Butler. A dupatch from Harrodtburg We speaking at Shelbyville1 yesterday. Among the new arrivals at LinnetM Gv. Glick, of Kansas, wa also nominated call his attentton to the fact that if headvo that State Senator L. D. Moore is a candi Snrlnes last week were Dr. and Mrs. Ssv- aaal then Wallace, of Pennsylvania, in a Druggists and Booksellers, cates federal aid to common schools he will date for Congress in tbe Eighth Congressbeautiful and handsome tribute named have to do S3 in opposition to the platform ional district against Little Phil Thompson, age, Covington; Rev. II. W. Bailey, wife and child; Mr. L.D. Parker and Miss Cor Sea. Thomas A. Hendricks. A tremen- - of the party which ayi: We are opposed M. J. Durham and J. B. Parker, of Somerset; Mr. Ja. n. 8wope, of doaM outburst of applauie followed this. A to all propositions which upon any pretext A. Stevens, Morrow irked of Hendricks protested that he would would convert the General Government Four brothers via. Allen, John, George Lexington; Prof. 8. Ohio; Miss Parl Potter and lister. Bowling fee a candidate, but this only added fuel set into a machine for collecting taxes to be and Mike Mounts, federal soldiers in the to the spreading flime. A motion dtclar- - distributed among the States or the citizens war, parted at Corinth, Miss., in the year Greea. Rev. J. P. McMillan, president of mLAj tbe female college at Burksville. was In ma Ht. HendrickB nominated byacclama thereof. 1662, met again (or the first time at Mika and Mrs. 0'Batty, Jim-was made, but the chair declared it this county on town Saturday. Mr. Mounts, BLAINE says it Is a weak ticket, lit is Saturday In the upper end of we four meet Miss Boyle and Mr. B. G Boyle are to Then Boiecrans wat withatoT order. last. When shall leave Tuesday for Atlantic City and other drawn and so were Ulick and Black, and just whistling to keep his courage up and again. Monticello Signal. seaside resort. Col. John Cowan and Mr. of States was completed will.be forced to change the tune before wken the roll-caSpeaking of the Associated Press, I am AND found that the Indianian had receiv-- d many days. If Blaine ever gets to the told that the number of words in which J. R. Downs, of Chattanooga, are here on to old home. Judge R. J. every vote of the convention and the White IToure two dollar bills will have that institution yesterday tent the record to a visit to their ! nomination was ratified with another out- cover the earth as the waters do the great she country of the convention was 27,000, Breckenridge, of Louisville, was in town Monday on his way to tbe mountains. A Full and complete HHHertgieiit of I burst of intensest enthusiasm. Mr. Hen- deep.' and that its work was done before 10 o'cl'k. .. uriilltiro, . emhraoliiar ot-e- n ... . .. . was urged to accept swearing that he I presume this to be the mod worldly feat Tbe numerous Danville friends of Iter Gov. Knott while thine fVntti dricks being present John A. Bogle wilt be more than gratified j iirh,,I.nM nomination, which he did in a graceful would never ccnent has consented to res- - in the annals of telegraphy. to go to the- tke Chicago cIUch to make your should he succeed in his content for tbe wkat quaintly or quality yon and patriotic speech, which was received pite the fire fines against a Louisville gam- Special. Hunt, hm I n Hnl will duplicate school commiisionershipof Lincoln county n bler. Wo suppose he knows what he is any prlcea miUi the heartiest cheers and then the can obtain clMswlicrr, If rlKlat beliiR nddeil. AXuo Col. Thomas Z. Morrow has been electadjourned, having done its work about, but if there is any excuse for gam- ed permanent chairman of the Republican Madison. A military company known a full HKMortmcnt ol Collin, CaCM, Shroud and KoIjch cmlimo bling, we would like tocnow what it is. harmoniously and well, sine die State Central Committee and II. G. Trim- as the Irvine Rifles, has been organized lug all the Xcir Style, ltodi cheap and cxpemUe. Ware rooma TUETJCKET. Mr. Tilden thinks Cleveland's is a ble secretary. The following executive at Richmond with J. Speed Smith captain, oppoHlteNl. Ahitph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Taking everything into consideration the good nomination and has no doubt that committee were appointed to take charge and C. M. Riddell and 8. B. White, ticket of Cleveland & Hendricks could tbe ticket ,wiit carry nis Mate, lie is of tbe coming campaign: John W. Fin-ne- ll Jake Bronston, a brother of the hardly have been improved upon. Personal- aomewhat surprised at Hendricks' action C. Commonwealth's Attorney, was shot in the and J. D. Hearne, Covington, ly, aa our readers know, we were originally but thinks that with hearty work all Goodloe and R. P. Stoll, of Lexington; Jno. side either accidentally or intentionally by for Bayard and McDonald, but we are eat- - around our succete is certain. 'An,r T' a Tiik W. Yerkes and Logan McKee, Danville Dr. A. W. Smith, at whom he threw an y wtud now that for arailibility and The egg to spoil his new suit. and Rollins B'irnam, Richmond. BONANZA Bex Bcttle sayi he ehall await tbe & the convention did the ' vtry best SEED committee was authorized to elect its own ter died Saturday. A fire could not be Tilden, in letters of acceptance of Cleveland' 'and it could, since il own headquar; building adjoining the farmers .National lb Mwblnrrr rm..t !l. w, ffcI L,i,,,n ..rai.mrirJ (... .ml,i Atl chairmsn and to select in presenting, our party's standard bearers. Blaine before deciding whether he will ters. Bank, Saturday night, consuming it and r- r ' ' Ft ii. of the Labor GreenTlllii:siir.itit... wr. (.,.. z . r,,r,r , u, a. I in a. ft .. f.f In his administration of affairs as Governor accept the nomination 9.i... 4U4,r .t. The Lexington Pre dropped into poe- partially damaging the bank building. 1. " ? alleged parties. fM,,n "';,:; of 2few York, Cleveland has, shown himself back and belonged to Thos. Bronston iiactiaii P , try as follows in its head line: "Cleveland The house iwr..nu.Niif wnKi'iHti .....i" ,; KiUM AEISIJ neU!. ROBINSON & CO Kihn.u.J foj of firinnef', independence and to be a man George Dittoe, of the Newport Jcurnuf, and Hendricks, He has a good blade to and was valued at $2,C0O and the stock of n . ,. ability. Like that grand old statesman, wns the tint man to suggest Cleveland as a wield, hs will vanquish the field, will confectioneries, Ac, to Coleman t WalTilden, he has reformed many abuses in Presidential nominee and if he ii elected Cleveland 'the Ajas with Helmet and lace who lose $100 beyond insurance. Tbe 5 Hew York and has of csume made enemies, Gorge will want to go to minister to the shield.' He will carry tbe banner in the damage to the bank is about $1,000 and suitably the Tammany faction, but his capacity ol a Berlin Brewery. gallantest manner, will Hendricks the yoe the total loss less than $1,000. course has been straightforward and his oTRead What Some of Our Best Tanners and Citizens of Lincoln and Gairanl The second ballot is tbe charm with the man from brave Indiana. So, democrats 8ov have not been governed by the ques. . all. ycu have heard the loud call, show (tT at- ..a tion, "Is it popular?'' but by the constitu- democratic candidate. Tilden, Hancock, your faith bv vour works in the election tion, right and justice. His administration and Cleveland each got thtre'on the second next fall. If you've money go bet it it call, Tr.e first ballot is nearly always com .has been marked by a simplicity and a will win if you'll let it, for they can't beat All rrs ins Imlfl.trJ to inn bj note or nrtotml , ostentation and demagegery plimentaryj uiuit cow loiue lorwarJ Rtnl ettle tbe freedom from our men and 'don't you forget it'." meat once, ai I endeated him. to all lovers of NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. which has The democratic platform, like the Intend to Close Up My Business nure (government. Honest in bis convic There were 99 deaths from cholera at committee and sub committee that made it, Ami frou this date I w:l! sell tions, be atudies his duty and does it at Toulon France, Saturday. It is "fearis a marvelous piece of mosaic. whatever cost to himself. He is in thorfarrl., lluiuiii U (,, rtianfjrd. Kj- MeAlla-wonderfully made." It can GroccrlcH, Ilacon, Hardware, terAt.allee, Lincoln Mill.. "U"",M,, a K"" Five men were hung at various points fully and To the ough sympathy with the party on all mat- in the United States Friday for macblnery I ealeLd tor thMr l4troDwe. aal AC.,FO mean anything or it can mean nothing. It T In thfuo rauider. tbat expect obuy I will t.k. Kreat i.lea.uielu etl:n nine machinery. to . ji. with ters of reform, both in government and upWlllttfltba Paul Morphy, the greatest chessplayer is on both sides of the tarifl question and STHICTLY CASH or PRODUCE, which will Le eerThlnK I. In reflect work. n order I ha nn hand .'rrroT ' inieii urn tor atnt to a., one addrewlog u at Maiif..r.. l.lflft.lQ Cwnty, iKr taxation, and upon him on the question of in the world, died Saturday at New Or- on neither side. Probably the worst that And If any tccounti tre made It mutt be ntth tbe Vl.(m Ycuia. ery truly, . Tit I Yl.OIl. ii' t paid the whole party will thoroughly unite. His leans. can be said of it is that it is as bad a strad- dlitlnct undemanding that oiythey are tofor tbelr when railed tor. Thanking ciutouien was as nearly Tilden as it could It is estimated that 120,000 people hare dle as the republican platform. It satisfies literal patronage In tbe Iait. hore for a continu .nomination solid the have been and the selection of the Hon. left Marseilles, France, on account of the Converse, it satisfies Watternou and the on ance of from tame on a moreknow to bails, CAHH, which, It greatly to experience, I Thom&B A. Hendricks for the second place cholera. tbeadTuntagPoiboth buyer and iellr. ly comprehensible incomprehensibility in UuitonTllle July I, 'b. Kentucky voted on the last ballot for J. .?. COOK. siakea the ticket enough of the old one to it is that it did not eatfcfy Ben Butler, It inspire enthusiasm everywhere. AVe have Thurman, 1; Cleveland S; Bayard, 4; is all extremes without any jniddle. 15, had a little spite against the latter gentleLouisville Times. Halstead, Haines & Co., dry goods man ever since he refused to accept the sec RELIGIOUS. ond place in 16S0, but we have never for merchants of New York, have failed tor my bt; an instant doubted his statesmanship or bis $2,000,000. my aw Mill, MtuatcHlon tale Tbe Chicago sajs there is ofler lor reek, (pilrately)county, Ky. Tbe Enitlne The Freeident hts recognized 'J. In Csitey his own State as Hnuh t deserved popularity in 130,500,070 Catholics, liititlonnrv. Holler 40c2l; hnrlne lui'JO; Coun as Consul of the Swiss Confed in the world well as all over the country. Presenting to Greek ter bhatt 2 feet. Edglue haw and (Jriit Mill 84,020.015 Protestants, and Tbe property Ii tbe people an admirable ticket and a capi- eration, at Louisville, Ky, Mohamedans. is reported that F.unell Sage will Churchiteaand 103.o00.000 It The largest stock ever in Stnnford and the best to be found in Central tal platform, the democratic party enters In Good ItiiiuiiiiK Order. This is the centennial year of Method Ken. the fight with victory almost aeeured before retire from active business on Wall street. ism in the United States, Its membership Timber plenty and accessible. I woulJ be willing good band an.d we as conddeatially look to the His loetes for tbe past six months are of M.9S0, in 178-J- haa increased to 3,093,-82- to exchange for Ac. farm ttock, inch as Mulrs, tucky, embracing about twenty five different styles irom the lending nianu-factureItorrea, Cattle, n election of Cleveland and Hendricks and thought to be at least 5,000,000. I'eraoni wlihlnj to rnijace Id tbe lumber and its ministers from 73 to 25,839 in the United Stttea. Persons contemplating will find a good opening by applying to Pleasant E. Phillips has been com buying a vehicle this their inauguration in March next as that Ml Hi II i.UU.lt itinerants and 34,714 loci! preachers. 2W-HiiitouTllle, Ky. Spring should Fclect the same or place thoir orders at once; for day shall arrive. Three cheers for Cleve- missioned postmaster at Monticello, James young Elder Geo. F. Adams, a at this eeaflon N . Fox at KenBee in Whitley county and land and Hendricks and reform. and one of the most eloquent and all manufacturers of first-clae- s J. K. Burnett at Tuttle, in Laurel. vehichs are invariably over-ru- n with orders successful Evancelists of the Christian Mr. atterson says: "The The New York Herald saya of Cleveticket and if tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will mmi fmm r...... , with a horrible death near land and Hecdrickt: "AVe will support and platform meet my heartiest approval, church, met The platform dees not make and they will have my earnest and cor Blondensville, III. While hunting, he weeks to obtain it; four weeks being required to make, tho ticket. finuh and dry a firat-claa log, hia gun waa disTHE DIC CO GIST, the tarifl the main isfue, and in this it is dial support. I repeat that I believe that stumbled against charged and the content blew his brains being hontsty and the ticket will be elected." job ready for shipment, under the most favorable circumstances. rfebt. Tbe real issue HTJSTONVIXLE, - fraud and corruption." - decency against John R. McLean, of the Cincinnati out. His little boy was by hia side when All work sold by me will be found to bo such as I represent thorn, Is Preparing for a Lively Summer Enquirer, is to erect on the site of the the accident occurred. unlesa Tbe New York World eajs: The conven-doTrade. d Rev. P. T. Hale, of Danville, will has Fieh property, recently bought by him have been deceived myself, and in that event tho purchnser baa done its work well. It will bo fully of the IIll line of goolt, In every Tarlety usually found a sound candidate on a found in Washington, a hotel which shall be preach the dedication eermon a Home of the kind, is in a City on the 4th Sunday Call ant! examine my stock and I will do ray best church at Junction large and cvinplete. platform and with them victory ought not eight stories high and contain 400 rooms. to please you Mr. George Joces, proprietor of the in this month. For a lack of means, the doubtful. We expect Tammany to tobc in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles . from me and at as S'ew York Timu, aid to the Courier- - church has never been completed, but will Judicious Alterations in the Internal Ar new come io l...l.rJl..iinnnFl reasonable price? as you can obtain anywhere else and get rangements Scoure Room Comfort Journal correspondent at London: "When be by the time above mentioned, the necesa guarantee on and Better Display, ,JoiiK Kelly says be does not know yet I heard of the nomination of Gov. Cleve-lan- d sary amount having been raited. The them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away Tammany will rupport the ticket at Providence subscribed $100 for whether Particular attention Is called to from home. yesterday I said 'Thank God.' , I church or'Taot. We hope not, however. believe Mr. Cleveland's election to the hat purpose laBt Sunday, A Large and Elegant Addition to the receiv-- d Presidency is certain. The New" York platform "Mary Jane, have you changed the wa-tStock of Jowelry, The ticket and thepress and is reople all Tima shall support him. I have cabled to in the fish globe?" "So, ma'am, hain't eathusically by the And articles o vertu. the Timet to do so." drank up what I cave 'em yesterday." avtx the country. ar Hen-dricks, gi-g- Most of on readers know before this that Gov. Grover Cleveland, of New 1 ork, and Hon. Thomas A. Hendnck, of Indi-anwere nominated by the democracy for of the Unj-te- d Tretldent and wa noeurpriee, for it Blate. The firt was apparent from the the opening of the r conrention that New York's reform would be nominated, but it had never teen intimated that Hendricks would be offered the second place. Cleveland's nom ination was accomplibed on the second ballot. The names of Randall, McDonald and Carlisle were in turn withdrawn and a Iremendous effort was made by the Tarn-mand other delegates to rush in but Cleveland's backlog was too solid. He continued to make pains to his ranks and before the ballot was completed it was evident that he had more tnan a Majority. Then 8tate after State changed ik vote to hfm and the result of the second tallotshowedlhatbebad ISO more than The majority. the necessary ballot was as follow: 6$) Qtreland "i yitytru . a, Vlce-PreoideGov-creotwo-third- s the nomination with enthusiasm. There was a fire in the direction of J. William Curtis s.ijs it is the best and wisest that the democracy could have made; Z. Spoonamore's about 10 last night but Carl Schurz is pleased with the ticket and we could not learn the particulars. I.OCJSVILLE, July 14 Tho Louisville thinks it will receive the support general-I- v of the independenti; H. . Demming Hotel sold at auction today to J. J. IIll- chaitman cf the Independent Republican Hard for 5140,750, supposed to be purchas- Executive Committee regards Cleyeland's I ed for the company. nomination as a triumph for the better Owensboro. Julr 14. A mob attacked element of the democracy aid a tribute the county jail here this morning and being to independent sentiment throughout the resisted by the jailer, W.J.Lucas, shot country in both parties. He bad no doubt him to death. Then they took Richard Cleveland would be able to carry New May, a negro, out and hanged him for at York State, as he would undoubtedly receive tempted rape on an invalid daughter of the support of the independent voters of Sod Kelley. the republican party, and his popularity The receipts of the Cincinnati Southern among the young men waj a well establish ed fact. Tbe opposition of Tammany R. R. for June were $3.335 59 less than to Cleveland be did not regard as an in for the same month a year ago. Wash Flitcher, colored, was given the jury to hi prospect, but rather as a bene for fit to him; Henry Ward Btecher says, death sentence, at Paducah, Saturday, the murder of Amanda Jackson colored. "The nomination of Governor Cleveland is It is reported from Columbus that Senone of the brst, that could have been made, the DemoCleve-fo- r ator Thurman will be offered and I propose to vote for Governor cratic Congressional nomination in, that the Presidency. LATESTNEWS. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTL Extensive and substantial improvements are at once to be commenced on the interior of the lecond Presbyterian church. Tho remains of Charlie, a little son of Rev. Robert Kinnaird, who died at the home of his parents in Midway, were brought htre for burial Saturday. Catalogue have been issued for the sixth anual exhibition of the Central Ken tucky Fair Association, beginning August 5th. The premiums are all to be paid in cash and amount to about $2,000. Mr. Mark Chiles, who has charge of the hotel office at Cumberland tails, was here on a flying visit Sunday and Monday. He reperts the guests, who represent eleven different States, ai having a delightful time fishing, boiling and wandering through the romantio glens in the vicinity of the falls. jrt?igu y ik W Uistof it H) ,.- - JL TMM -- HAnmibiD i d Z- dMfr32 ())bcvvcv:?t t. 'Oa puifc: fA r xrsaWw xvrr.z.r Vl!VUi7 DKALESS IK v'rStf a r - ' , Hvt tch Drugs, Books, Stfttionory I'bJjrclMii' prciIf.llon i and Fancy Artlole. JKWKirffilSTT" -- TUB Jccyratflf.toiBpoundsd Largest Slock of Wntchc, i iockh, Jewelry Silverware trer trcusht tolhimnsrkpt Trim Iwr thiD theLowtft. Wslchf, t locks ml .Hwnlry 11. 'in-- (in iiort notice ind Wmud'mJ a W. H. HIGGINS Ir"' r.ln.t:, nd ......(.. g -- WALL PAPER J -- TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON d -r- WcROBERTS IIOrE STAGES ex-Go- y. OPJBRA BLOCK, KTANFOICD. -- B -- ll WEAlllf, UNDERTAKER, in XTiwiiituve lrK. it-w- JOealeijou ueal (!. r'i.n..r.. L'Z s. W. H. TRAYLOR, GRAIN , practi-.cabilit- I .'..&! FIELD THRESHER. - rz 'no.iZl' i ,,""V , ir,r; ' A NOTICES I ! .... iJ .'. 'l - , tb-n- Jlen-drick- s, Saw Mill For Sale! ! n Inter-Octa- n Jersey and Open Spring Wagons. Village Carts. c rs Buggies, Phaetons, Snr- reys, Carriages, 101,-001,0- , 0; but!-ne- tf Ken-tuckia- CF. Peaoocli KY first-clae- :ut ss n nom-tBte- vieuw .rr'" Res-pectfull- er GEO. B. WEAREW, JTCfgs Agt STANFORD, KY, mmaatimiiniwit Tin rets rerjr cheap at T. K. Walton's, Ice cream ot k11 LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Stanford, Ky July 15, 1884 l. iff. " LOCAL TIME CARD. . Mall train going North Houth KiDtutlraln" Kotilh . ., ' " Norh mm. 2 3C At M Ttic abote ii calculated oo standard time, tfolir time I .thuut 20 u.lnutea Utter LOCAL 1 56 r. ii. ......... ... 10 A.M. 12 it r.u. S07ICES. Ltn PAijrrs of Penny LvnnicATiNO & McAliiterV. A McAlister. oils of all kinds at Penny Bran.i new ilock of titty thing in the Jewelry line at Penny A MoAlltter'i. XKWAhadeR of ready mixed paints for tjtlnf( tra-i- at McRoberta A Stags'. Vatch v, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted br Penny A McAlUter. Pi'iin winter rtralned lard oil and all kind of machinery oil at McltobeMi A Sibcic'h. fc 'Tirr bcl candy yrup and lltrored with purett fruit juices PERSONAL, otU "Water In the cit at Pen-nMcAIUierV; made with pure rock y Mil. T. M. Joil.sbToN, of Lebanon, ws here yesterday Mls Hhoda Hail is visiting Miss Sue Ycagcr, in Ihjlt. Mt'sHAimA Hays has gone to visit relatives at I rab Orchard. Mil and Mils. C. S Xmi), of Alu niont, were here yesterday. Mn. X. A. KiuiAitifO.v, of is at the Myers Hoore. Mies Williams-hvr- g, J. E. Bruce sold to W. II. Prewett 77 liottra at the parlors on lambs averaging 70 lbs. at C cents. Lancaster street. S. S. Myers A Co. Warren Rogers, of Bourbon county, r embroidery in New stock of rold 300 Iambi of his own raising that avyokrs and sleeves nt Kobt. 8. Ltle's. pounds. eraged ninety-siGolden Patent Fiotm Is giTing splenThe prevailing price of wheat in Faydid satisfaction, Ure it if you want the ette county is 75 cents. The crop is unuslest bread. Sold only by T. It. Walton. ually line. Many fields yielded 10 bushels and mora to the acre. Notice. All accounts due Jan. 1st and New wheat brought seventy-fivcents not paid by July If), will be put in the a bushel in Mayaville, yesterday. Hunhands of an ollicer for collection. Lriglit dreds of acres in this couutv will produce A Curran. aa much aa forty bushels to the acre. Mayaville Bulletin. Mn. William Lanihiak, 37 and a three times, obtained licence yesterday John McMullen, of Rockastle rold to marry Mrs. Joanna Thompson, 30 and to John M. Hail this county, nt 6 cents, 10 head of lambs that averaged 104, one a widow, on tb 20th. pulling the beam at 137, This has'nt Maiikiaoe. On the 10th at Eld. Jasper been beat by anybody this season. Livingston's, Mr. Granville Prewitt nnd A well preserved man, Uncle Jimmie Miss Julia A. Ellerson, both of tbia counWarien, now in his 80th year, last Friday ty, were made one flesh. put up two large stacks of heavy wheati Please don't forget your account was besides making one of two hands in hauldue July 1st. If tou havn'l the money ing up the wheat. Think of this young come and give us your note; we are anx- man while you are sitting In tbe shade. ious to settle up our old books, Bright & The following is slid to be the correct weights for the articles named: Blue grass Curran. Jim Emiiky's wife is still alive, though 14 pounds; orchard grass 14; red top 14; he has eaten nothing since last Wednesday. clover 00; timotby 15; German millet' 60; It is now thought that her condition was Hungarian grass CO; buckwheat 50; birley caused by being beat over the bead by her 47; barley malt 4; flax seed 50; white beans CO; peas GO; wheal CO; rye 60; corn husband. ii shelled 60; corn in ear 70; oats 82; onions Maumial W. T. Saunders delivered 57: potatoes, Irish, GO; potatoes, sweet, 65; Joe Whitley to the jailer yesterday. The turnips GO; bran 20; corn meal 50; dried examining court at Crab Orchard had held apples 24; dried peaches 30; salt 60; Sec him in $250 bail lor seriously shooting salt 52. William Curtis, another negro. -, ' all-ovex e wid-owcr i almoft ruined by tho recent rains having washed dirt and grit over tbe grss; otherwise tho ciop of hay will be very good, a little better than usual. Out of 20 persons who were examined to tench school, only 15 received certificates. Thla la a very bad howlng for the county. Our teachers should prepare themselves a litlje letter. The next examination will be held en the 10th inst. Mra, Nancy Langford ditd on Monday morning at fi o'c'ock. She was tbe mother of Mr. M. N. Langford, and a very estimable, christian lady. Her death was caused by a general giving away cf the system. The funeral will be held Tuesday. Messrs. T. T. Wallace, Jas. Adams and Harry Miller returned from a fishing trip yesterday, They report very good success. They caught an eel about 3 feet in length. Min CW Williams, started Saturday to vMt friend at Crab Orchard, Lancaster and Louisville, she will be ab?4r. John L. sent about two uy,n!bn. Whitehead, of Wiiliamsb.ug is at this place on a visit. Mr. J. D. Chandler of Louisville, and Mr. Elina J. Lowry, of Lynchburg Vs., two very popuhr drummers spct Sunday here. LIVINGSTON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. H.O. RUPLe-y-- . I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market', which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley BRIGHT -- & CURRAN 7 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - AND DEALER8 IN Jennie Johnston, of Garrard, has been veiling Miss Kllen Wearen. Mim Doha Stiiavb has gone on a vis-i- t to her sister, Mrs. Johnson, at Lily. CinMn. 0 II Lt i a?, a cinnati merchant, was here yeoterday. Miis Hakhiet Cammiell, of Waco, Texss, is visiting friends in this section. Dk. W. It. Pennv has gone to Llberjy to practice his profession for a few weeks, Mimes J t' i.i A Cecil and Aba Vanars-dal- e, of Harrodburg, are visiting Miss Sue wide-awake DRI0II7. LINCOLN COUNTY ol our young ladies and Every one took in the Junction City others will go on the $12 excursion to Old meeting, Sunday. Point Comfort, on the sea shore, chaperonCiayte Smw threshed an delivered ed by a gentleman and his wife, the former last week to Potts A Proctor, of Danville, of whom is thorougly acquainted with the the first wheat of the season for this neighroute. borhood, 770 bushels, an average of 22 n A statement of the affairs of the bushels per acre, at SO cents. Telephone Co., is given in another Miss Georgia Moore, one of Garrard's column. The line cost $469 63 and in a loveliest young ladies, spent several days 'Ji'ite a crowd 1 Lin-chol- Itout. Mns. Sallic Sloan and Mits Maud Sloan, of Somerset, are jumU of Mrs. J, M. Hall. Mils. L. G, Eozlin returned with Mrs. Brnce from Alum Strings nd is now her guest. Dn. O. H. McKoherth had to harry back to Liberty, yesterday, to tee the circus. Mis Ella Doorek, of Crab Orchard is with Miss Hettie Ferrell at tbe Commercial Hotel. Mikh Kate Sclvidoe, of Garrard, came over on the K. C last night to visit Mi( Daisy Hurnside. Mlw. Maiiv A. Lewih, who baa been visiting in Iloyle, returned to Dr. T. M. year and six monthk has taken in for $13S 15. Itepairs have cost considerably though aa is iaevitable running as the line doer. Pretty good order was observed at tbe Circiia at Crab Orchard Saturday. We heard of bit one fight and that was brought on by tbe notorious Pal Itogers, of Madison, who severely beat "Jennie's John" Roberts, of Rockcastle. Rogers was jailed but subsequently released on bond to appear for trial yesterday. mes-sagei m liar-rodsbu- Lwis yrsteiday. -l- ttv B. A.'Dawlh and Will H. Wear-e- The editor of the Midway CTtryxr, Mr. F. L. Spoltswood has bought out the Dtmocrat and will take charge at once. Mr. 8. is an enterprising man and the owners of the paper have done well in disposing of it to one so competent to ran it. We hope our old friend, John Pulliam will be retained en it. The Bruce brothers seem to be passing under the rod at present. Tip has the sciatica so badly that his thigh had to be cut open, J. L. is sutlering severely with a felon, It. D. had his head hort by a thresher running over him and J. M. i down with malarial hitt. How the other brother, II. C, in Missouri is thriving we art? unable to learn. n have bern the gursts of Messrs. Geo. D. and It. K Wesren evertl days. Mk.x. 1. S. MiKluoy was called to Ltbinon yesterday to attend tbe bedside ot her si(er, MNs Mary Mcl'lroy, who Las the typhoid fever Mh llonthr BoM, one of the train dispatchers fur the Kcoxrillr Branch, sat up two ho irs bayciid his uual hours which close at 12, Thursday night to get U the dispatcbts from Chicigo. We shall not nor that of Meters on firrt his klndm-sT i "i .nk n,J J. Carpenter. Mr Kru!K C Walton, our traveling representative, ielt yeterii.y, to give the s i One ol the worst features of the Chicgo Convention ws the severe said to havo been given Jack Chinn br a Tammany brave. One of them iniimatcd in o many words that the Cjl. was a d n GARRARD C0UNTT DEPARTMENT. liar, whereupon he knocked him down, but people ot Wilinui-- r urg,E. BernKtitdt, Pitts-l-uanother Tammanrite ctuie to the 'scene aud Lancaster Lyndon, LlyiHs.on, Ml. Vernon and beat the gallant Col. so ha had to go to btd. An cntertiinment was civen at the other tonus a chance to take the best aud This is another reason that the Tammany Presbyteriau church by the W. C T. U. Receive chcapot paper fn the country. crowd should be snowed under. society on Sur.diy afternoon. him kindly and 4 nil him back laden with The democrats here aie pinned with lucre. TiiK nomina'bn of Cleveland and Henthe Chicjpo nomination and the tepubli-can- s Col. W.G. Welch, II C. W arren ami dricks was received here with great enthuarc rsjoicing that Tilden wa sincere (i. A. Ltckey tre bick from Chicigo. The siasm. The Valley Cornet Band was out Col. being a irong Hsysrd man has not in five minutes after the reception of the in his declination. Whether or not whiskv will I e voted gotten over his difapjtointnunt yet and is news and hundreds instantantly fell into out of the LanctMer precinct in August not therefore mt enthusiastic as he might be the line of march and ihreecheen for the over the ticket, but he will have to agree ticket were repeated rver and over again. remains to be een. The lecnl option seem to be in earnest nnd will in a 'wdiy mat it is the very best that There was aWo a considerable pyrotechnic CDiild l.7- - Wn UMile. display an J the streets for several bourn make a desperate cfTort to vote the whisky and out The young men cf the dancing club were illuminated with kyrocket LOCAL MATTERS. Varnon re gave an elegant German at tbe City Hall, other explosives. Mr. W. E Jrt-- received, a cix load of fresh bolted sponded to the call for a speech and got in Wednesday evening, in which Miss Etta meal Bright A Curran. sot)? cheering words for the ticket. Everett and John Storm led. A large f Ne siix-The Intekiok Jouknal a usual had a crowd was in attendance and the entertainf 'J an J plain India linens received at Kobt. S. Lylle's. fuller as well as later report of the Chicago ment proved highly enjoyable, not only to the participants, but also to the spectators. Convention than any ptper published outIt i ettlmg time now and I would be side of the large cities and we intend in The favors were in good taste and hand cIiIikuJ to all indebted to me for clothing this presidential year of our Lord, especial somely prepared. They will give another to call at once and pay up. H. C. ly, that it shall alwayr contain the latest one in a short while. Kupley. Misse Virgie and Lizzie Taylor, of news to the hour of going to press, which a pleasure during the hot has been fixtd at any time after one o'clock Greensburg, Ky., are vititing at W. B. NoCook is--a weather. S L Powers is agent for the of the mornings of Tuesdays and Friday. el's on Water street. Misses Myrtle Judy let oil stove uinds. Call aud see it in op- Lat Friday our edition contained matters and Mary Brown are the guwts of Mrs. " The charming, Miss eration at the store. occurring up to 2 that morning at Chicago. Geo. D. Burdelt. The telegraphic news was transcribed, set Lillie Goodloe is vUiting Miss Jennie The old hou;e in which Mesrs. Geo. T. many friends are delighted and John M. Mcltoberts were born aud up and printed before 7, when the paper Lackey. Her to have her return. Miss Lizzio Wilmore, which was built just a hundred years ago was delivered to our town subscribers and Henderthia year, caught fire Sunday nnd burned to by 0:30 it was in Lancaster, McKinney aud of Kirksville, is visiting at John Mary Annie Wilmore, of Miss the ground. It was the property of Mr. J. Hustonville, having been forwarded to the son's. Mamie E. Bruce and was occupied by Mr, Adams, two latter places by hand. On (be days of Nicholasville, is the guest of Mia we shall make the paper equal in Olds. Mits Fannie Gray, of Frankfort, h irsue, who saved all hi property. -.- ....IMII II the visiting her cousin Katie Wherritt. point of news, in a condensed Sunday's doings at the Junction City dally papers. Our subscribersform, to Co.'s Circus gave two percan thereWallace Camp meeting were, if possible, even more fore always rely on getting the very latest formances here last Friday. The largest di'graceful than inual. Men, women and and the biggest return for the money in- crowd ever teen in Lancaster was present girls were drunS and the antics cut were vested then by taking any paper we know and everything passed oil in no orderly of. It is strange to us auyway, why any Every com worthy only of heathens. sane man will take a lumbering old weekly manner. There was no disturbance of any nnniliuent of the ten wna broken and tho paper, wiitcn gives tne news nner u gets so kind, nnd only one or two men were been seventh more frequently, probably, than old that it is not entitled to the name, when upon the streets intoxicated. On such ocany of the ieet. Tee thing ought to be for the same money he can get a wideday of the old casions the community anticipate? a great suppressed by law and the church which awake as a vehicle ofThe weekly news is past, just deal of drunkenness and as a consequence, recognizes such gatherings ought to be like the old stage coach, and the people disorderly conduct. Ojr citizjns are gratiwho do not get daily papers, want to hear fied to know that euch large crowds can tabooed. who is nominated for President, for inHustonville and itu circus furnished stance, h less time than a week. Cleve- assemble here without any danger of from roughs. two more to our army of jsil birds yester- land was nominated at 1 o'clock last Friday. Joseph Holt for disorderly conduct day nnd Hendricks nt 0:45 the same day, MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. only tell about waj fined S5, which being unable to pay, but the Friday weeklies enn it seven days later, while to day's Semi- Managed by Jno, B. Fish. he was ordered to jail to work out. He WEEKLY INTERIOR JOCRNAL sends It OUt steers, told at One yoke of was so drunk when he arrived that he had with the best pictures of the candidates lock-up- . larger than the sale of Wesley Lear, deo'd. last Satur Napoleon we havo seen. Our paper is to be carried into the paper in the State and we day, for S135. Everything sold propotiou- any Carpenter, a colored individual, same give more reading matter than any paper ately high. was fined S10 and held in $100 bond and fresh at that, for onlr $2 for 104 is- The mowing seison ia now on hand. to Circuit Cjurt for carrying concealed Buee. Subscribe now and get all the camSime of the meadows in tbia vicinity are paign news, weapons. ., of last week with Mrs. Sim Eogleman. Mr. and Mrs. B. F Eubnk are at HaleV Well, seeking health and rest. L, G. Hubble & Cj, will shortly enlarge our town by the addition of a new store. We ought to have a daily mail, the business of this community requiring more convenience and regularity than we now have. Mr. Greenberry Bright, Mrs. John Shearen and Mr. Miller Boles are m1 on tbe sick list this week, but are convalescing. Mr. Bright had quite a severe attack of inftamation of the stomach and bowels. There seems to be an epidemic of cholera morbus, nearly every one having had an attack. Half-ripapples are probably responsible for it. If that Stanford dude, mentioned by the Willow Grove correspondent, vho mistook a Methodist preacher for me, (ice n't dry up, I will tell how a Stanford lawyer, the night of the supper, monopolized the time and attention of a certain young lady, toward whom "the youthful faucv" of the aforesaid dude has turned, but not "lightly." If dudes do not like it when advertised in the Bright correspondence, in the Isngun;e of Gov. Hampton, "My addrers is Columbia, S. C " That's all right, Frank, but that Stanford lawyer obtained my permission to be entertained by that intelligent young lady only during the time thai 1 was engaged in the Valley Cornet Band mufic that night. J. o.E. e The saw mill firm of Hume A Wilson has mide an alignment to Samuel Ward. It is rumored that we are to have a new postmaster after November election. Miss Moliie Stumbaugh gave a musical entertainment at the church Saturday night and had a good crowd. A colored man named John Ramey go! his right hand bidly w .tinted while agisting ingetfiiig a Urge pi!r of trucks out of the way of piftnger train No. 23, Saturday evening. Saturday was pty-diat Rockcastle quarry, tbe pay rolls for tbe month of June smounted to over $0,000 It seems that this Income shculd tip to increase our financial stmding greatly. We have been having some very warm weather for the last few days. A great deal of sickness among the hborcrs in Rickcartlc quarry. Thf physicians attribute it to the warm weather and bad water. Mr. Jas. T. Rolerts has removed to hi nw residence J js. completed. He has a rtty desirable l.ttle residence. If we g men in our had a few more aa town they would surely help the appear acce of it. Two of our y curg Tien went calling on one of our young tdies a few nights ago and were reminded of what n yojng lady's mother said to her one night when the South-Ben- d mother was walking acros the back yard. Her daughter asked that she wanted, (he replied that she wax looking for the morning paper. 1 ectu-prisin1 HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE. Farming Implem'nts, Buggies, Wagons, -- INCLUDING THE- - Mitchell, Orchard City and Win- Chester Wagons, McFaiiand and U. S. Buggies and Carriages. SOLE AGENTS FOR and Hamilton Plows, Solo Agents for Furst & Bradlej's Sulky and Turning Plows, BUpfi'i Drng Ptorr )" Tbf frr riUtrlliiitlon of ramfle Uittlnol Dr. IIonko' Cough find Lung fjrui'.tho mot iopuUr rrmJy IVr Cc upln. t olJi, ( neumtien j nil Ilronililtln uo en tbe ior'tt. Regular tlzeKO "Whst rioini FREE niSTIUIJUTION. tlin prut ruth t McRbterti k finl .n. Jl 00. SETT iHYtimsEMt-MS- . Riding and Walking Cultivators, Sole Agents for Evans Corn Planter and Thomas Harrow; AXjX 1H SanviZle Fair Tbe n'rul Kmii i.i Auniia! iti A 1. 1H8-1- . Also Agents for Walter A. Wood Harvesting lat.'u h r at Panr.l'e will bo!J en lair at bed rock prices. Machines; August 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. C i 1 it lauloxum, J L. cu )f ii Ac , npt i I ltRrcr, See i II. J. l.YLi:, jrlJtit-- Ktctt' r IniltfJ. inarjr. rmitlect r. NOTICE OP ELECTION. I A oo mi ivcpln - i nyjJTV M EUAL TtlV. JfLYfi, if-ilte- tciniirsrllr tUd by the Adim,Dq.it li onlmUlr tliAl'nurl tint thi I'nrotf r (.f Lil.li Ii. COlintT. Vi . Dauahterty. (tie Steilfi belcpn itrdldate) be J. anl !io ti liervby . uiuntUHt to ciuo an flection to le hn'.l ia mtUlTil dIM.lct on the I'lrM tbe Mnmlii.v In AiibukI, ItlN. lor Juitlcel& otflecJ'rare to fill tberi' ai. r In tuiil crib e to bold tion to le lit Id t' tbe ofnersr'r nted tbe trfiilir election and mall reiect conducted and lutlisMico lumnrr at the rrc.ul.ir (lire led toglteioucc of tbe unie thoCrroner e doir by adTerilieuent instcd at tbe lilstrlct and by and .it the place or tM ip IiuMIcMIcd lutbi (NTkHiou lornXAi nfwmaner. JOHN CLAIN,Clt.L.C.C. A tCv. All t'e-tlo1 eVi.r'-HoJt- by Knj., Milch Is now ol L. It tmudi t tmlcti tur.el Ii f tr Pe"- ir "Til PMrlct No If, raiiFttl tbi Jeilb KM. of Jus-tie- s 5 In I.tDroln of M. b. Pejton, cornT. Of any of the goods named below you should by all means buy them of lnld T. R. WALTON, Corner Main and Somerset streets, where you are sure to be Annual Fair -- TII3 FOURTH Cf TiiE- - 9IAIISOSr COUNTY TAIR ASSOCIATION, laikr the lc a srujeitcnt will begin on Semi-Wcekl- 8119 Coat ol constructing tine W. F. Waltou'i acct. for pilutlnf . 11 1 ' ' W. K. Wllllami, sect, for .. 3 V. M. Ww'a " " " W. C. lialley'a T. J. Carlterou'a coatuliiScm ou Total e, n up. $18 07 Balance In Treasury Jt should be rotlred that tbe cot of construct tlo:i was JJV) VS. ni eteis "nlr JttO stock was paid IG7.lt Flour, Bacon, Lard, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Syrups, Apple Vinegar, iiest Coal Oil, Mackerel, Soaps, Starch, Bluing, Teas, Rope, CaniJ"end JOliy It. tK:g ned Goods, and Fancy Groceries generally; Nails, Hoes, Picks, Telephone Company. Shovels, Forks, Rakes, Hatchets, Basinet Axles and some Shelf Hardware, Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Ohio Glazed Stoneware, Brooms, lliitontlle. j CU Churns, Baskets, Tubs, some Harness and Saddles, Tobaccos and n'Ir rer' .1 Cigars, Spices, Candies, Nuts, Fruits, &c, ancrall at Very Low jld PEICES. Country Produce Wanttrulna daily dining the Fair, nt xciinion ratei. Trains north and bouth will arrlte m thcnorn-ami dfrart in tbeftfiikt: Fatten jers will be lauded wltlilnn atone's threw cfthe Uronndi, Competition la tolLlUd (rem every tectlon anl b warm welcome will te ex te tiled to all. fircatalt'BSo. IIAICJIXS, PreiWent, C. D. If (be dflrnnlra uu ef 'he lcuLtgcri lo make this nne of Ite moat attsitn anil arerableFaln etrtieM In Kentucky Ka'.lroad wt!l run iptcul The Kentucky Centra) 1 K TUESDAY, AUGUST Anil Continues Dnys, TR EATED 12, HIT & SQUARELY: Chkwailt. atcy. LINCOLN COUNTY Statement of tbe and PinaccSal Condition from Orracizattoc. Jan. 1 , 1883, to July 1, 1884. Fnrtr.rbtir iharca itoek tuUcrlltd and paid I WO CO lu at NO Uiih iVohi W. 1. Walton, collttted on wea- - 49 0) una nt Ktanforil clfice M 00 CjjIi Irota W. K. Williaxa, nt Ironi J. J lormertou, ai jiiaiuuTj... i3 03 -- W'8 " 25 10 CO umt.iget collected Standard tlectrical Cumtuny's&o couut far wire, Ac ouaatno Krtlght 4 6 OO &0 1500 53 (SEW. 1. H.l ifJb'.V, iTasrer. ed. W ; A rROFKSSIO.UL rrRlMtHta revise the tariff in a spirit of fairness to all closed. The democratic party insists that A nstts to proAtu.i ( interests. But in making a reduction in it is the duty of the Government 1, W. D16TTN. Sail M. BCROXTT. taxes, it is not proposed to injure any do- - tect with equal fidelity and vigilance the UrjHDETT & BROWN, July 15, 1884 mestic industries, but rather to promote rights of its citizens, natives and natural A.TTOIlNJ2Vd AT XaA.W, Of Stanford. Ky., Kentucky Vnlvrrsltr, Lexington, ICr. their healthy growth. From the founda- ized, at home aud abroad, and to the end StuJfiiH tn b(l lJI-ty- r n, ,a Htj In IU jnr $ MT. VERNON, KV. Tint U Mmplfla Ibt li;ill DlpUrat Mill.M CoarM it, I this naturalization be assured United tion of the government taxes collected at that PLA TFQRM. ' InaM Tui ot. ikiiiiM Tuiu.o, fbter ri 1M1I III THE DEMOCRATIC rtmllr in. Trihj nrt LMIst rrlrfS. fi.1") u4,Nl ALEX. ANDEUBON. have been the chief source States papers of naturalization, issued by the custom-housortr . 41 rrtra nf A.TTOIIIV33V AT 3L.A.W, rrt. U.I mi from IS u InJIiUjillr m tTftWtin Mlilx N fnm I. The democratic yirtj- of the Union, thro' of Federal revenue. Such they must con- courts of competent jurisdiction, must be trMttMlt rrwtk.'.lr ml lirrit h; loi.vh.r,. DANVILLE, KY., THE GREAT llil p,wtl rutim tt Tali hrtnUNI Uairw.Hr representative! in national convention tinue. Moreover, many industries have respected by courts of the executive and Will prsttlce to the Courts of Doris anl adjoining Ilf4m ewirwi rrUlu crklaiwi Rului, M.a rllr ii its rtiii muiLruiDMitni "rwiirI rul I, on I'tllnc Riltraa.li, jtisembletl, reounius that as the nation come to rely upon legislation for successful legislative departments of our Government, countlei anil In the Court of Arfa!i. MMninlN ir'l till; ruwdnnmnril aunumiTiiuim M 1L.1IUU M.H1UTII. lUalMky, time continuance, so that any change of law and by all foreign powers, jjrowa older, new luej are born of J. B. FIHir. It Is an imperative duty of this Govern- And Muter Commtlonr IUxkcaiile Circuit Cour, and pronreM and old issues perish. But must be every step regardful of the labor At .Liiw, fundamental principles of democracy, and capital thus involved, The process of ment to efficiently protect all the rights of MT. VEHNON, KV. the CollecWill practice In approved br the united voice cf the people, reform must be subject in the execution to persons and property of every American tions a pccUlly. the llockcutl Courts. I3 Oflc la as the best plain dictates of justice. citizen in foreign lands, and demand and remain, and will ever remain, THE INTEmOif JOURNAL IiBK HUFFMAN. and onl security for the contiuuance of All taxation shall ha limited to the re- enforce full reparation fcr any Invasion And tlie LoutiTllla BTANFOB.D, KY. free government. The preiervatiou of per- quirements of an economical government. thereof. An American citizen ia only reOfflc 8outh ltd Main titrwt, two doors abov sonal rlchU of the States and the suprem- The necessary reductiou in taxation can sponsible to his own Government for any ths Myers Ilotali acy of the Federal Government within the and must be effected without depriving act done in his own country or under her PureMtroui Oxide Oas administered whsn required. One jMt for onlr 93 two piixrs for little Without Change and wjthSpced Unrivaled limits of the Constitution, will ever form American labor of the ability to compete flag, and can only be tried therefore on her more tiun the price or one. DR. W. B. 1'ENNx. the true basis of our liberties and can never successfully with foreign labor and without own soil and according to her laws, and no SHORTEST Duiltlrit. AND QUICKEST ROUTE Ily paying ui 11 will for one year be eurrenderel without destroying that imposing lower rates of duty than will be power exists in this Government to exparnTTTD STANFORD, KENTUCKY. your home paper with the mow tonsiiLtiTOTiit the rights and powers which enables ample to cover the increased cost of pro triate an American citizen to be tried in of the Hiulh, denncratbalance cf Offlce nrer Robt.S. LrtU'i itore. Office liour ll. Itn.l fn ..r . U VI,, HUM .u. .UI (...111 .U. Aan.lA n.t. , HI. I.I ,K " ,.... WUlf from 8 la U a. k, and I to 3 p. M. Anesthetics ad the continent to be developed in peace and ducing which may exist in consequence of any foreign land for any such act. tirUht-- it and ablrat family weekly lu the United nilnl.torivl wnn nw,rr, e TbuM who to examine by Methods the high rates of wages prevailing in this aample de"tale. This country has never had a well social order, to be maintained ropy of the can do to at this offlra. to But it indbpensa-b'- e country. fined and executed foreign policy, save of local self government. niphle, LiiJI" ,HjrV, Montromirj. At.a&ta Sin nnab, the practical application and ento pay all the expenses under democratic administration that poli for Sufficient revenue JarVio-jfillaMobile, and Saw Urliani f forcement of these fundamental principles of the Federal government economically cy has ever been, In regard to foreign na- I to regular customers ercry morn will dellrsr Ice BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA that the government should not always be administered, including pensions and the tions, so long as they do not act detrimenIn ralacejL'ajr Without l hanj This notice forewarns hunters, flahennen and Frequent interest and principal of the public debt, tal to the to the interests of the country or ONE CENT a political party. controlled by tram I not to iMfujim our lands without as alt inch acts are liable to tie SHORT LINE TO THE EAST of admistration is as necessary as can be got under our present system of tax- hurtful to our citizens to let them alone. changes Accounts due at the close ol each month or when to the full eitentof the law Fro Louli.UralaCarswItbutchanre Htanto-Ky Mn.b 17th, IJM. constant recurrence to the popular will. ation from the custom-housSigned taxes on fewer That as the result of this policy we recall a cutlomer qultl. ji;-t- r . e. D. McKlltrlck OuiA W.M.McCuruiaci. government imported articles, bearing heaviest on arti- the acquisition of Louisiana, Florida, CaliOtherwise abuses grow and the A, H.T. Iluib, carpenter, I O line ol tnu road will C. HI i hon, r lieM, receive epcclal law ratea instead of being carried oa for the general cles of luxury and baanog lightest on arti- fornia and of the adjacent Mexican territoCARPENTER & CAMNITZ, K. Cobb, Kelly, Iat! Hubble, Se Arnti ol IMi t .impiny fjr ratu, routes ry by purchase alcne, and contrast these V. V. Rhodes, welfare, becomes an inrtrumentahty for cles of necessity. a- -, or write lllfltlni C. P AU0R, Q. P 4 A, W.U. McCormacx, Rii.AJ F.tiorer, imposing heavy burdens on the many who '" UNDERTAKERS, Wt therefore denounce the abuses of the grand acquisitions of demscraticstatesman-shi- p Loulaillle, K. (i. L. Carter M. II Lytle, J. Hill, J. W. Weathrrlord, with the purchase of Alaska, the sole MoKINNEY are governed for the benefit of the'few who existing tariff and subject to the preceding 3CY., T. Vanoy, Wm. Rurton, C of Public servants thui become ar- limitations. We demand that Federal tax- fruit of a republican administration A llarrR govern. J J. IS. Murphy, Are prepared to lurnlib Wood and Metsllc BurUI V. IV. Carter, J. t. Hill. bitrary rulers. ation shall be exclusively for public pur- nearly a quarter of a century. Ed. Carter. J. II. McAllilrr, Cain, Hetraeand Iturtal Kobe of all ktudi, T.J Foiter. J. D. Jonr, The Federal Government should care This is now the condition of the country. poses and shall not exceed the needs of gov2.S94M T. M. While, J. l .Montirury KVEK HEATlix IX .1 TliSl II. II. Mareuni, Mm. J. J.Mobeily, Hence a change is demanded, The repub- ernment, economically administered. The for and improve the Mississippi river and M T ItiiMell. W. II Anion party, so far as principle is concerned, system of direct taxation, known as the other great waterways of the Republic, so lican A P. New'and, I'Ue HunJrfd Do.iara In (told at tbe t im.,nnat II. J. Dint. H. W OlTcns. Lipoaltlon In ISSl.tbe hlheat awarl eter rue A.O Newland is a reminiscence. In practice it i an or- "Internal Rsvenue," is a war tax, and so as to secure for the interior States easy r) lp an Lumne 1 he hljheit award at tbe tfoaibern It. KIWAIHD ganization for enrichiug those who control long as the war continues the money deriv- and cheap transportation to tidewater. Kxpoltjn. IjuUtllle. Ky .to ISJJ for th Heat Tiaction and ttoid hiitine Keels great anxiety and Parllei to Under a long period of democratic rule Lincoln county and for the people of Stanford thing Tee-d- Mark. Ml'KRAT'N IHI'KCiriC, machinery. The frauds and jobbery ed therefrom should be sacreJly devoted to its tmr Lnlna, Keiiraloraand Haw ;inli drartni promtaes to do the fair win i ifl win Ky . which have been brought to light jn every the relief of the people from the remaining and policy our merchant marine was fast or luem irtney A iniure with blin in either of KlVlanfcrd, The London Lancashire Iuiuraoce Co., tTlic (treat English Hcinedy, Or I10( Kfcll . ANDLlWii.V, department of the government are sufficient burdens of the war, and be made a fund overtaking and on the point of outstripping Liverpool, whow aeti are f J.MO.CO), or M gait: Main M., Lot n lie, Ky The Koyat.ol Liverpool, aiaeta lis WT.1TI, or fiapoilH'enire for Weak Memoto have called for reform within the repub to defray the expenses of the care and com that of Great Britain. Under twenty years The Lancaihlre, of Manchestsr, auela orer 10,- rrcelre ry. Lou of liraln IMwer, Nerfoua A PRIZF 'ree.si yet those in authority, maue fort of worthy soldiers disabled in the line of republican rule and policy our commerce OOO.OiM. lican party, V'1" Kxbauillon, rVmlnat Wettnmi, win bflpa.i, of allhir oll.' box of RJi, h,h aai, .L- It prvmiit to pay all Uniti trim Jjji Ufa Ijuilmrnt Inipoteney, and General Lnaa of .WWlk.MALl.l.... to mar ..iuour rubt reckless by the long pcsse'sion of power, have of duty in the wars of the Republic and for has been left to British bottoms, and al anj iiu i"" iu ion wori'i rortua Tower f "- Orgim, uill n.V,i.t uiujfylrrytW) ifuyi limt. wuraera aijiuii lure At on e al' axSk nit ill ol the Oeueratlre ... .a-Ih.l r.,M.lr uccumed to its corrupting influence and the payment of such pensions as Congress most has the American flag been swept off Write to him or call on him at LancaiterKy irMiii .t r A .i.il,.M!o Bsfore. Taking, .juatu-- oi yjuthul lmpiudeicor have placed in nomination a ticket against may, from time to time, grant to such sol- the high seas. Instead of the republican the excemol malunl yeara, , h Tr.J. Marlt. i at . -In tbe i niTrraal I of which the independent portion of the psr-t- diers; a like fund for the sailors having party's British policy we demand for the C5r. JtrC. I Dlnioras Milon, 1'ieuia- i lure uu Aa aoj many oirer nil- are in open revolt. Therefore, a chance been already provided and any surplus people of the Uoited States an American Stt Riraux-sfAtM that lead to Inuulty r I jn- policy. Under democratic rule and policy - . . . i amoptlcn In all rates or Keiiile is demanded. Such a chnnje was alike should be paid into the Treasury. o. v I 4X, tJOe. ' WMkuentb- - Sci8. a.ti Ilk. a lfcV h necessary in 1ST0, but the will cf the peo Wr favor an Amencau continental poli- our merchants and sailors Hying the stars ' cbarm, reatonsclouor afadlni Ti. UTRaW i the ese ple was then defeited by a fraud which can cy baed upon more intimat: commercial and stripes in every port successfully search- Iiiltilll. Kt.. Cincinnati. ().. and Indlinaiiaili. or. Elrlni to beauty, to tirlfjint tbe. boil Ind .dealeriln Strlnway A .ont', Decker Droa ', and iptrklinj wnicago never be forgotten or condoned. Again, in and political relations with the fifteen sister ed out a market for the varied products of Halnei'. J.AC Fischer, Vo A Hou Baldwin A ' Ibe riy l,looom orhtaltb. After Takiar, ' .;....... na -, -- urrar i.pniuc Is nld l.r ,!lhiiiiu,.i by the people republics of North, Central and South American industry. a quarter of a Ca - I 'altlffft., l.'tirlilht anil fNluire Plana Purti. .. ' Under 1SS0, the change demanded aiM ine i.ney, sooninjer ami uamnion wrfini. 11 perpackiiie. or ilx uckak'i (or $i, Alio by Tnr OXLY LINE El'SMMi mall, pottage fri-- on reeelptu(i.r was defeated by the lavish use of money America, but entangling alliances with century of republican rule and policy, de- Initruments iod at price and terms to suit Don't gtre your orders till you iret our particulars lu luiupblet, which will be Cars! spite our manifest advantage over all other prlcei and terms, l'oit-ot- li contributed by unscrupulous contractors none. e, DanTlllc. Ky mailed free U eiery applicant. Addrfai all AND SOLID TIUIN-- l lVMf tu.iiii to the l annnfif i We believe in honest money, the gold nations in high paid labor, favorable cliand nameless jobber, who lu.l bargained JtCltHA 1 JIMtiiiXK t o., LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO for unlawful profits or for high office. and silver coinage of the Constitution and mates and teeming soils; despite the free Kinuallty Mo. Sold Inbtanford hy Pmny A McAIUler and alt republican party during its legal, its . circulating medium convertible into such dom of trade among all these United States; The Drugglata everywhere despite their population by the foremost Aamia J'uraa A t j Wboloeale AcenU, stolen and its bought tenure of power has money without loss. "-yl Loulifllle, Ky Asserting the equality of all men before races of the men and the annual immigrasteadily decayed in moral character and lUiut and o tbruuiU t.i political capacity. Its platform promises the law, we hold that it is the duty of the tion of the young, thrifty and adventurous (Jreetica.tl.', I'rawrnnNtillp, Larujettt aud t'hlcaico without rli.irijfc. are now a list of its past failures. It de- government in dealings with the people to of all nation; despite our freedom here E E. H. BTJRNSIDE, TIMK TAHLi; mands the restoration ol our navy; it has mete out equal and exact justice to all citi- from the inherited burdens of life and In the old world monarchies, their squandered hundreds of millions to create zens of whatever nativity, race, color or I'atty ir.wtu.. Woll - Known costly war navies, their vast taxconsuming, This Old Lie. liouieTllle a navy that does not exist. It calls upon pursuasion, religious or political. .. 7 t pm A a la Maintains its Hotol Arr. Orreoraitle- - . 1 01 a ui standing armie;',despite 20 3 01 pm We believe in a free ballot and a fair Congren to remjve the burdens under " Crawf.trdifttie ( a lu S 01 p ui High East ' Lafayette iUa which American shipping has been de- count and we recall the memory of the peo- years of peace, republican rule and policy in I 12 pa . roa " Chicago AND and has continued those ple to the noble strugjle of the democrats have managed to surrender to Great Brit INiu V) nm pressed; it impjied Tbe tin.. ain, along with our commerce, the contiol It Proprietor ii Determined that Washington, Philadelphia-- . N.Y. rar.. Inwoatdlrn.1 roale, Ith nnlw "Mw . I. . Conoi and Forty-sixt.11 bardeni. It professes the policy of reserv-in- g in the Fortv-fifl- h ! I wa Nebraaka, Jt .f turther lubncallan. ad lr the public lands for small holdings by gresses, by which a reluctant repulican op- of the markets of the world. Instead of it Shall be Second to no Co an try The only lice runniEg Ii 1 A uuiwtAI Hotel in the State in iti Fare, tli- position was compelled to assent to legisla- the republican party's British policy, we actual sattlers; it has given away the peoKr PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING 0AES Appointment, or Attention making everywhere illegal the pres- demand, in behalf of the American demples heritage till now a few railroads and tion to Comfort of aliens iadividail and corpa-ratence of troops at the polls as the conclusive ocracy, an American policy. their Oueiti. Instead of the republican party's disKENTUCKY GENTDJIL pouess a larger area thin that of all proof that a demorcatlc administration will Ii credited scheme and false pretense of our farms bstweea the two seas. It propreserve liberty with order. be coarayad to aad from t he 4 will Ka raoai Milltie-UrHInstitutions; it frta of charge. (Special aerammodatl fesses a prefsraace for The selection of Federal officers for the Headship for American labor, expressed LenlaTllIe,ClncInuntl Htid Lvx to CeaiaisrclatTrarrl.ri. The liar will onanlzalaod triel O leja'.izs aoatrol of Territories should be restricted to citizens by imposing taxes, we demand in behalf of alwaya aapplled with the choicest liiRtou, Ky., & brands or Llqiori and Clears. the democracy, freedom for American lapreviously resident therein. Stats eleotioai bf Federil troops. It proelsvaVe lab r; it his subbor by reducing the taxes to the endj;that . We oppose sumptuary laws which vex fesses adesirs to raow jected American workingmsn to the ompi-titionthe citizens and interfere with individual these United States may compete with unto All Pointi Connecting la tame depot with fiat tralnj tor Central Kentucky College. ciqtIc. nnl Impnlel ontrict hindered powers for the primacy among North, Eait,Weit 4 Southwest. liberty. Itprofaswigratituds to all who ware We favor honest civil service reform and nations in all the arts of peace and fruits Fait Line Betvteo STANFORD, KY. disabled or diel in ths war, leavinj widaws the compensation of all United States offi- of liberty. The Direct Route to Lynchbunr. Dan LEXI.VGTO.V A CI.VCIX.VATI. With profound regret we have been apand orphans; it left ti a democratic Hsuse cers by fixed salaries, the separation of Hchrdule In Effect Juaej ville. Norfolk, With a Full Corps of Teachers, of Representative! the fir', effort to equal-h- i Church and State and the diffusion of free prised by the venerable statesman, through I pinsioos Ii pr jITim education by common schools, so that every whose person was struck that blow at the This Institution w open tti Fifteenth Session All Virginia and North No. i." bjth bounties in K.- -f Carolina tiociu.Poi.WD. I.ally on the 2d Monday In tieptember next. ths irreru'.ar.tUs of oir child in the land may be taught the rights vital principle of republicanism (acquiesapleJ-jtoorrec: Pointa. Dally lx. sun Ex uo. For ticket and further Information, apply cence in the will of the majority), that he f Lre. Corlngton tariff; it created an 1 hi ciatinusl tSetn. and duties of citizenship. your neareet ticket offlce, or addreai 10 p m s m ALL THE BRANCHES OF A " Faluoutb . . J dt v m J .o a m 3 00 pm U.J. ilcan, W. K. AllNOM), . While we favor all legislation which can not permit us again to place in his Its own Tariff C)ai3iisiioa confess I the ii i s 4im Ail Vtf In' in " Oynthlana TI.L.i - tl 10 1" P ui II 00 a m 4 4 p m -- ) PJf "at. ralu::ua; bands the leadership of the democratic will tend to the equitable distribution of need of mire th ii Arr. Parli ,p ui ii iv a u ! Ixlngion.. Ojuirsss gave a rslictios ofless ihxa 4 property to the prevention of monopoly hosts, for the reason that the achievement THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE..MI its Oen'l Manager, (Jen'l 1'aaa'r Ab1. Are taught, ai well aa Arr Hlocliealer .. .. t riar cant. It orofesies the protectim of and to the strict enforcement ofindiyidual of reform in the administration of the Blcbtuond. Virginia e" his subjected rights against corporate abuses, we hold federal Government is au undertaking to MUBIC, THE LA.NODAOE8. DKAW-IN'lu 'J I' wi i i p Anmlcanminufacturesj it V ,..r" .) m Arr. Hliiclnxier- - 111 i u w 'i w p 8 W tu AND PAINTINO. -L- EARN' Tltl'TU them to an lncren,nr find of minufav.ur-e- J that th a welfare of society depends upon a heavy for his age aud failing strength. I ABOIT TIII- 7Lte. WJucneeter HNpm i 0 p iu .' pta Arr l'.lctiiKitid goods and a hopsleis cimpstition with scrupulous regard for the right of property Rejoicing that his life has been prolonged ' i 10 p UI 7 II p ui I.iiK-air . . iniim ' n iu ffpnrl tliftiMiiint nf nnr ffllnw . Xa XL JA ij until lh manufacturing na'.otn, no' oaa of waio'i as defined by law. ItiwUnd 'i. m i OHIO & MISSISSIPPI 0. It profasses to pro is united in the wish that We believe that labor is best rewarded countrymen taxes raw initer.il. In Tuition, prlcei range from f 25 to tiO In tb No li regular Dei artuienti Primary, JJ I, tact all Amsricin iniustrie; it has iuipsv-ensru- d when it is freest and most enlightened It that wrong were righted in his person for 830 I'reparatojy, HO, and Collrglite, Intermedial' 150. Pally. Li bun ExI'alir many to subsidize a few It pro- should, therefore, be fostered and cherished. the democracy of the Uoited States, we Lve. Itowlaud .'0.,i'.1.,:al,D' Only i NJ a u For full particulars, aa to Board, dc.ojlrou fasias the protection of American labor; it We favor the repeal cf all laws restricting offer ;o hiui in his withdrawal from pub " Ijucaitfr 'i il i.i , N. V. TKrKlll'AllT, Frliucllial,! wh' h P'engen fr m 'lie line of the Cincinnati " I'libui.iml 'a p ui jo a m returns of American ag- the frea action of labor and the enactment lic life not only our respectful sympathy nun. has depleted the 0 a u Nnitliern Hallway liare,. " Manford. Lincoln Co., Ky. Oiiiiilbim Traim. li H p in ll a iu ,t, rmili riculture, an industry folloffel by half our of laws by which labor organizations may and esteem, but also that best homage of flrt In the liirliiniill PanwnKer enter Ibe aama Arr. Li C.A O Ity nei-o12 (.rand Ontral p iu istatlon. I lie CO p u, atatement hy rlral IUim that tbore la an omnibui Lve Islington . people. If. professes the equality of all our be incorporated and of all such legislation freemen, the pledge of our devotion to the 3j p , " . ui . I1 tranafer In Cincinnati, the Clnrlnnatl Arr Parli r ii, Sl'J4 IU b afore fie law, attempting to fix the as will tend to enlighten, the people as to principles tied the cau-- e new inseparable in mm Hnutbern I'.'y and Ohio A Mlnlu'pid Ify. , a Lve Wine lieMer - p UI, i n p in " ' a u of its th true relations between capital and r. the history of this republic from the laiiilvr presentation. sfatusof obral citizans; the Arr Paris. S p HI 2 04 p i, THIlOUUH Lv. Paris 4 TIlP lilllV Jr'1,lCTUAl.S:St,ttweentin. Arr Cytitlilaua... 8 Irt p ia 2 i' p til 1 "atia a Cjnjren were overset by the decisions oi bors and the name of Samuel J. Tilden. i? p ui r a iu P in We bolievo that the public lands ought, Uula wi'hout trauiler for paneu. Knlmoutli its court, h accepts anew ths duty of i t p m I 7 ti in I'MJU With this statement of the hopes, princud baMii at Intermediate poluta. Ity any Cuvlngtoii C fM ii m P in 11 M a tu other route via CRtiunatl y.,u lave a leading m taa work of progress an 1 reform; a far as possible, f be kept as homesteads ciples and purposes of the democratic parchange of can. foriarUual eettlerr, that all unearned lands ty, the great .mav.svii.i.i: ititA.vcir. itsoaurV criminals are permitted to esissue of reform and a change " granted to rail- - in the administration, u fubmitted to the cape though cin'.rived delnyn or Actual heretofore improvident! go i Louli, leaving t tin lnnati at 7 ii m and 'J n ui Paa-Sunday "ngers rr m fie -- oi"li lailiiiK lo muiiect wlih tie Pally oonnivanci in the prosecution, honeycomb. roidcorporations by the action of the re- - people in the calm uunfiJence that the pop only. L"x ei'i llrat irur.iau mkn the iw nd, which makiaoon- Oatbrei-cin- j eJ with expis publicm pirty should be restored to the ular voice will pronounce in favor of new !'iec,.l.." wltl1. a!' "'"rnltii trjiua from fit. Louli lo Lve Corlngioii. Witaud Northwevt 2 0u p m " tires no longer shock its ruorii euse. Its public domain and that no uiorcgriut". of men and new and more favorable condi I Clueliiiull a fPlw a'tvili- - T 5 .wv " n a m s it, a u 1 i'l p in uiembars, its independent journals, land shall be made to corporations or be al- - tions for the giowlli of industry, the exten J.aau. JUiJ UlWUKt Uula nuder one Arr Puis honest I 10 a Jllflfraliiir. ui ia a in IT p Hi B.'clt Ilcadacho and rdlvo all tho trojMc lrcl-d- t raanageiuint. and lu eoriieiuence Ii the only lino " Carlisle ., ) a iu1 9 00 a 1,1 fi i ii in no longer maintain a euccasslul coutest lowea to fall into tee., ownership of alien sion of trade, the employment aud due re which can guarantee a contluuoue trip. r.t to a buiuua eUttu of tho eeti.m, audi as w IM III 10 ""mm, -, r, !. .IU UI, ... VI II, J Kauaea, Drowalnni, I). Hum nftcr catln, " M.mi)R rur Solid Daily Tralm Clrclnnatl to JiJ Loula " Julins'iii for authority in its councils, or t. veto upon absentees. fit. ward of labor and of capital, and the gen .10 OJ a in wan. fi I'ainlntlioSlde, Ac. WtnlAtlit , most remark-ablhyery Car m ibeeeTralpa Ituna Through. Par. We are opposad to all propositions which eral welfare of the whole country. bad nominations. eucccsj bai U n eh. wu iu curing ui i.uij uia j,uu on nay iraini. t'nlaio No M No. Jo .14" Bleeping C'ara on Nlahl Trains. eoUTl.I)0UD. No Bunday Dally That a chinjje I necssary is proven bv upon any, pretext would convert the Gentr-a- l Ually change of Can lot any clana ol only. Ex. buu I x riun A est jumped recently from llie top of Government Into a machine for collectpanengera. Lrerr panenger an existing surplus of more than 5100,000,-00Lve Mayavllie. baa a beat in a Tbrouch Car All "Washington Monument, a clintance of ISO ' '" i III 12 r p w " .Inlinmiu which has yearly been collected from a ing taxes to be distributed among the passengers are carried on Express I P m Stain u lip in " Cirllslo.. feci, and landed on the ground without in- - neadaehcyct Carter'a Little Liver MM aro cnnar.y Tralm' TbeHborteat and Quickest Line people. Unnecessary taxation is the States or the citizens thereof. sufleriug Y I" : 21 a m 1 .s p a..I t nliialiln in nnuir.nln ciirinir and prevcutma I " Mllleraburg u imuauiu In from Cltirlnnatl to St. Louli! P in 7 Ham I v pm In reaffirming the declaration of the jurr. thU annoying conplamt,wl..,o thry nlaocorptt truniferlu Cincinnati for piutngera No omntbui r- unjust taxation. We denounce the repub. 30 p mi mo a iu Irom Cd.H.P.. Arr Paris all dlaordtrs of tho stomach, itfm'.lato tho liver " Lexington. .'i as i l pml 9 10 am ti 00 i,,,, to relieve the democratic platform of 1830, that "the lican p irty for having failed Bucken's Arnica Salve. i 0) and regulate tho bovrcla. " Civlngton rin if thiy only curvd I'M II S0aiu s M , J Tbe Lett Salve lu tbe world fir Cuts, Srulicc, people from crushing war taxes, which have liberal principles embodied by Jtfleroon in I l'liiioulh Acn,iuiuodatlonNn in .iTii. i via the Declaration of Independence and sanc- 6ore, Ulean, Salt i'.heuin, Kerer Sorei, Tetter, paralyzed business, crippled industry and Chapped C'hllblalni, Corni, and all Stln 2 deprived labor of employment and of just tioned in the Constitution, which made Eruption! IiauJ, ve and positively curei 1'ilw, or no pay re7 ours the land of liberty and the asvluui quired. Ii la guaranteed to girt perfeit aatlifjc- - Acho thry wonld be almost prloi '.pjs to thoso who Ht. Louis lu 10 houn.wltb through Uayand Bleepreward. ing Can. eulfir from tlila dlBtrcaalui; complaint; but fortuNo .SI .Sunday on ly, loaTH iu contrary to the above The democracy pledges itself to purify of the oppressed of every nation, have Honor money relunded. Price 25 centi per box, nately their Roodncaa doca nor tad hero, and tboia nilirepreientatlona, and peraoua making o who nnco try them will find tbeao littlo nllla the administrattou from corruption, to re- ever been the cardinal principles in the For eale by Penny A McAlliter. them are unworthv theconddenco of tbo public? In o many w aya that they wlllr.ot be wIUloj ui., niiii ixiugton y III a iii u ii Vi not only in theie, but la other mutters. to do without them, liut after all elclf bud store economy, to revive respect for law Democratic faith," we nevertheless do not Never Give Up, and to reduce taxation to the lowest limit sanction the importation of foreign labor If you are autlerlng with low and dcprened ijdr-ItDo Not he loss of appetite, general debility, dlrordeird consistent with due regard to the preserva- or the admission of servile races, unfited nlppl Hallway guarautees the eorrectne-- a of lu o blood, weak conatltutlou, headache, or any atatemenU and vory promise made the public, tion of the faith of the nation to its credit- by habits, learning, religion or kindred for will be carried out to the letter, J thebano of f o many Uvea that hero M where w ol a bllloui niture, by all ineana procure a ... .... . 3 ami a .., For full and reliable information In regard to . Fast Llne-N- oa. ciako our crcat boftat. Our pll!a euro It whllo ors and pensioners. Kuowing full well, absorption into the great body of our peo- Lottie of Electric Bitten. You will be aurpriitd Land, Ac, In the Wealern Htatea, Map, Uuidei Others do not. however, that legislation afiecting the oc- ple, or for the cltizeuship which our laws toaee the rapid Improvement thai will follow; tarter'd Llttla Liver Wis aro very email and and lowest ipecial rates for Tltkeu and Household Teryiarytotake, Onoor two liillswaUoa doao. Cioola to all pointa Went call on or address NT' you will be Iniplred with new life; itreugth and cupations of the people should be cautious confer. Tbey are strictly veritable ana do not grinu or II. ALSOP, will return, piln and mliery will c eaie pnre, but by their pcntlo action plcaioallwho Paiienger Ag'tOhlo A Mlsilulppl luihray. American civilization demands that activity and oonservativo in method, not in advance . r B. MOltsi;, and henceforth you will rejoice In tbe pralso o mo them, Irnlalsutx'Sccnta; flvo forl. Bold (yii witiTTlFmrv ... Jiarrouauurg, nj of public op!nbi, but responsive to its de- against the immigration or the importation Electric Bitten, fold at to . n'l a battle by l'i by Crj.ets cerywhi.rt, crtott 1 uji I. W. ... . H..,.yV ,, 'llOUAIlUll AL party is pledged to of Mongolians to these shores our gates be ny A McAlliter. i'lf I atd Uen'l Man'gr.Ohio. Oen'l Paaa. CAltTCii iILDICJN C0.,lS'r York, mands, the democratic tlmlniiati, vmcffttfi; cMw e -- pui-ll- Through Trunk Line Attonioy X Grand Coinhiuatiou Courl-boui- r. exjitcnaorv DKNTiaT, Weekly Courier Journnl Ojurl-r-Journ- il, , . m I .l de-Ir- SOUTH & WEST Courier-Journ- al ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! it,tnnon POST JGD d, PER POUND. e 1 Peerless Traction Engine. Fire! Fire! Fire! e """ tt 13 , ''" 'Vl"li-,u'lrp.ita,a- A ... m "i i' .f.' iX!17J3 " J 1. !t "MOKOX KOUTE." railway. 11. lSiaIaIU I Louisville, New Albany! e, ii Pullman iooi-tuun- li Palace ir-- ri. MYERS HOTEL, -i2- STANFORD. KY. Propr and Still Kentucky's Reputation, I!. l" (5 Route , h ,l -- l."7.l. e, Bon-residi- ha nf A SOLIDTEAIN WASHINGTON CITY. H I I)(c.', . Shortest Quickest Koute of Ii-b- Stanford Female jor7vr Yorli. a ' f - O MODERATE. ',' ," NOBTU-IklUN- The Line 1 Wliii-nHHi-- I . 'iliu -- 1 . la-bj- ,,..., s . , j The Only Lino SWAM NoaTll-Hoi'N- cor.-up.b- n CURE I . -- . o 0, SICK " HEA0 The IJIrect Route Solid Daily Trninsfe ffi1 n arede-libera- te valu-abl- s, dlt-eaa- ACHE Deceived !P . . T,frouytof' 'tKuer&i anntvaa li- nn.n.. 'jn lien, fai. Agt. 1 a. xi