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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884072201 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. jfcntt 'Wet kin VOLUME XIII. raI IfnkfiBi 22, 1884. lonfiraL. NEW SERIES.--N UMBER 269. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY SJ7U PRAISING THE TICKET. A GuoJ Retort. A Beautifnt Legend, LASCASTEU it)VKKTISKJlKMS. JUDGi: M. J. DUICHAM There is a charming tradition connected There is no doubt that Gov. Cleveland, si a Candidate for Corires In the 8th District with the site on which Ike Temple of Solosubject to tbe will of the Demociacy. in personal character and cleanliness of B. F. WALTER w. WALTON. mon was erected. It is said to have been record, waa the most unistallable candidate owned in common by two brothers, one of LANCA8TEK, KY. JAMES IJ. MeCIKEAKY that the democracy Could have oflered. OfSce over Citizens National Dank. Office hours whom had a family, the other had none. Is a Candidate for Congress In the Eighth District. pubHahetl Tttemlav- - unit Vrtfiav, Ilia career as Governor has ahonn hint to 8 lo 12 a. u. and from 1 to 6 p. if. from ubject to the wll ol tne Democracy; On the spot was eowu a field of wheat. be a practical reformer, and superior to the L. V. 1IUHULE. 8. it, BCaOBTT. On the evening succeeding the harvest, the 93. OO X331t ANNU31 temptations of using public office for the HUBBLE & BURDETT, wheat having been gathered in separate I'illi-bur- g A-VTbenpaM atrlctljr la advance. I( we hato to sustenance of a political machine. I,A."W, ATTOUNEY shocks, the elder brother said unto his LANCASTEH, KY. Dispatch (Hep) wait any time, 83.00 will be chanted. STOCK Will practice In Qarrard and adjoining counties wife: "My younger brother is unable to The democratic Presidential Convention and Court ot Appeals. Office In the Koblnion block, bear the burden and heat of the day; I will bouth Hide Public Square. COMMISSION MERCHANT!' lSl-has completed it perfect work. The nomAn Adams to the Democracy of Kentucky, arise, take my shocks and place them with ination of Grovcr Cleveland for the distinUXIOT STOCK TARDS. The Democratic Bute Central Commit his, without his knowledge." The younger guished oflice of President waa fitly fol tee bga to address the democrats of Ken CIXCIMVATI, - - OHIO. brother, being actuated by the same beHentucky a few word of cheer ami hoe. In lowed by the selection of Ihos. A. nevolent motives, said within himself: dricks for Vice President. The two comOFFFICE INT3HEEP TEN'S. the hare fact of nearly twenty. four year of "My elder brother has a family, and I have n ticket that goe beyond the RKFKa!CKi.-Merch- anti National Bsnk of republican maladministration of the polit- bine to form none; I will contribute to their support; Traders National Bsnk Covington, or of criticism, and will challenge the any officer of Boone county. Ky. of ical aflkinj of our xreal republic cotisista reach I will arise, take of my shocks, and place admiration of democrat us well as indeCattte Salesmen. the Mronyest nrjjuuienl to individual dem"dl'mtoH. them with his, without his knowledge." pendent voters in every State In the Union Hog Salesman B. F. OREENK. ocrats to leaTe no honMt cfljrt untried to Judge to their mutual astonishment, when, Sheep Salesman W. M. CONNER. Harrlsburg Patriot. necure a change of partr'n domination, anil on the following morning they found the As a rule the dullness of the Kagli'h thereby n charge of policy an J of method. shocks undiminished. This course xf press on the democratic nominations are Millinery & Dress-Makinp- -! Our party in national contention assembled events transpired for several nights, when judicious, moderate and etiible and they at Chicago latt week, after four diyn aptint each resolved in his mind, to stand guard AT all recognize the fact tlutGrover Cleveland n interchange of opinion by the delegate, and solve the mystery. They did so; when esrepresent the desire of the country to iconaiatfng of many of the ablmi veteran Ttt,l7 ? ful "ne of every variety of on the following night, they met each othJHlllnery, and lnvltfl an Inspection of the am. from ring rule and political corrupdemocrats of the country, and wiineaseil by cape ilUs Cynthia Carson, wuo Is an expert In the Duler half way between their respective shocks tion. -- New York World. lness, will assist ine. Uoods and prlrra the Iarest assemblage of people etcr with arms full. Upon ground hallowed Gov. Cleveland began hi public career H. I. TAIIfjUIt, aembled at a con rent ion on ibis continent, McKlnney, Ky. with such associations as these waa the as sheritl of this county, and in the poverty presented to the country a platform of prinTemple of Solomon erected so spacious of other bid things to say, rome of hia poMaking Extenciple, upon which every honest patriot ran and magnificent, the admiration and wonlitical enemies refer to him as "hangman " stand, and named a ila candidate for 1'rea-ideder of the world, Alas! In theee days This will not change any vote, howeeer a gentleman of transcendent ability how many would eooner steal their brothTo Their Stock ot School will be All who expect to be hanged some day In the Christian CoUeee and well Approved ofllcial and personal inbuilding, at er's whole shock than add to it e. single have already made up their minds lo vote tegrity, the record of whose whole paat life sheaf. for Maine. Boston Post. nUSTOXVILLE, -- -- KY., aflorda the strongest guaranty of hi adheThere may be factions in the democratic On tbe first Monday In September next. For parA ca-- e illustrative of the Irish custom of sion to the principle and practice of admin.... ticular. Aillr. o, lln..l if .... "UBiuilTllie, -marrying and giving in marriage in the ru- And now hare the Best Stock in Cor 203 r JUjiiiiMiV, Principal. istrative reform, while the econd place on party in Indiana, but if so, every member '"! of each turn with the utmost faith to ral districts was htard in a Limerick court the ticket waa iven to an illustrious citi-xe- n tral Kentucky. They have Parlor Tho?. A. Hendricks. He has had the uniJohn Hayes, with two other men, went to of the republic who ha once heretoand Bed Room Sets, Carpet, lips. NOTICE ! form support of his State in a greater defore been elected to the high cilice of Vice Cane and Penitentiary "But. I think I am sure." said the Col Mrs. Kyan's house, and an agreement President, but who wan fraudulently de- gree than anv American poliiicnn in any onel, hardly able to control his indignant ws4 entered inlo that Hayes should marry located Chairs, Marble Top, FSinADlfSrarmoI Nlcnolajville. nrj ,. :. nr. ouinnur ... e.l pike" 1 of 1a from ia prived of hi seat by the republican mem-ber- a psrty, and there is no reason for the Centre Stand & Exwie m pride, "you do not understand, you do not Mrs. Kyan's daughter. He was to get a M.iinh... Well. It I. In A l.lr... AtfltA nf rit1,lvatlAn - ..ll that he will not have it now of a packed court, incited thereto and tension Tables, fenced, excellent water. Will sell th appreciate, mi, the honor that has been marriage portion, Sl,7oO, and the marriage : Philadelphia Time wa to take place on the following Sunday. wuit ui ou acres oi corn and 5 acres ol tobacco. Ida protected therein by the mailed hand of Woven Wine. Cot- conferred upon you, that you so lightly dewim We fancy that few ui.cistern, orchard,rooms, new veranda and mntrv. person. In the interim defendant obtained $2o0 to military power. As hundred of whig in' Rood ten Top and Hair Matcline. I am a Huguenot, of South Carolilargs barn, 60 acre In clover. Trice low. Possession given at once. could be found in this State, were search na!" cover the expenses, but when the guests Kentucky voted for Andre Jackson in tresses, Folding Bed LounHOOVER JtfJtETCALF, ges, Beds & Cots, Wararobes H2S, because of their pme of 'iir madelodsy, who have any reasonable "Ah, Colonel, it iyou who forget," said were assembled for the wedding breakfast, Real Eitate Agents. NIcholajTlllo, Ky. doubts that Gov. Cleveland will, if he live', Miss he quarrelled tbout tbe money, broke oil' play and their resentment mat he'w.m not and Sofas, and Everything Else , with her mo't roguish smile. be the next President of the L'niied Stales declared by the House of Representative "You do not appreciate the honor to which the match, and quitted the house. A few Kept in a 8tore DANVILLE- entitled to the i'reiidency, to which they Whatever he may le, inteltee ually or po you aspire. I am a Liyhlteaod Knot, of days later he married another girl with a Sugar Prices. litically, or may not be of either, h is the Sttrlh Otrolinn'.'' Granulated Itrger p.rtion. He returned part of the felt he had been elected in 1'JI, so will the Harper's Magazine money loaned, and as a set of' to the claim pendulum of public justice awing to Mr. man of detiny to preside for the coming The Philadelphia Tltgia)h (Blaine Hep.) put in a bill for an entertainment which he 188-1- . Presidential term over thu great cuumrr. 188-1- . Hendricks; thousand ! h i independsays: "The democrats have nouiinated a gave for Mrs. Ryan. The items included other-wisThedemocricy could not have done ent votea in 1 884 i.u hi,., nmly in the than nominate him '.he people will very strong ticket potsibly the strongest nhisky, port, and sherry. The last item I .ei,d office to which he w in lS7tj and be impelled by an irresistible, pervading ticket that was ortsible for them lo nomiwas S20 put down to "clergyman for intendfrom which he will nit l oii-iby tho nate; and if it is to be beaten it will be ed mariiai;e." Judgment for the full The Central Kentucky Fair Aiioclation will bold Utica Press. impulse to elect him. decree of another re publican court, which, is sixtn .unuai ratr at Danville on is such a man thtt Gov Cleveland of necessary for the tepublicans lo give some amount wai given. It Manufacturers of instead of registering an award of justice, tho party as a party August 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. Dooi-h- , entered the mandate of n parly caucus. Ne York has shown himself to be He is positive assurance that of Blaine and LoThe aggregated years Sanh, ISMiuIh, Window the ctlorU of lime eervera and Republics may be sometimes ungrateful, strong, not became of liH party, but de- and dcpite 11while tbe aggregated years of Competition open to alt. Kverybody Invited. tricksters to use it for improper personal gan are -, For CataloRuea, Ac , apply to tbe Secretary. spite of it. The immense majoritv that but Beyer deliberately unjust, nnd Door Meld and grossly unpatriotic ends, intends that Cleveland and Hendricks are also 112. ."' J-- 1'VLE, President. J. L. Hri'ck, Sec'y. In behalf of honest taxation; In behalf of mide him Governor Wis not a democratic Blaine was born in 1830 and Logan in majority. It was a protest again! vicious the very betof its past shall indicate with 1820 administrative reform and honest, scrupuAdd the two dates and you hare IUR8, Scroll rJHvT TIXE FOURTH and fsuduient political method'. It gwe unmistakable clearness its future. It is lous political melho Js, we beg of you to Hendricks waa born in 1S19 and sheer folly to underrate the merit of the yourselvta at once to the task of or him at once a power of independent action, two dates added Work, Turndeliverauces of the democratic convention Cleveland in lb37. The ganiiing Cleveland and Hendricks Cluba which no mere party majority could have make 3,656. Hendricks is just seven years or to attempt to mi. interpret their plain in your respective counties, precinct and conferred, and of which he ha made noble older than L"gn, while Ulaine is just Being Latke Work. It gave him a unique distinction meaning, or the plain peril which they repuse. neighborhoods; invite a comparison of can-diCleveland vel years older than Cleveland. conspicuous men in the country resent. For the first time since the demoa lei and a discussion of platform prin- among alt and Hendricks will get there, while Blaine Flooring, Celling, Weathcratic parly went ut of power in 1S01, it ciple with the enemy; lay aside all mere it this time. As the force of the argument Logan will get left. before the country with iu batcr and comes personal and minor diligences, and, with for ItM nomination drawn from probable erboard lug, Dressed IutaUer elements forced into the background, if not Diniel Dougherty, the Irish orator of hearty good will and entire harmony of independent support is undeniable, his opAnd other FAin ASSOCIATION, in hi own parly seek to weaken into subjection, with men of clean, strong Philadelphia, who nominated Hancock in purpose, unite and put forth your beat ef- ponents talk-e- d Under the new management will begin on it by decrying the independent support and patriotic records as its candidates and 1SS0, called to pay his respects. He fort in August and November and a gloriwith a challenge to thinking and patriotic with the Governor half an hour. To a ous victory awslta you. Signed by the that he would receive a comporatively in 12, "Perfectly delighted men lo regard what is good in it, instead of reporter he eaid: In reply to thir assertion, significant. State Central Committee. Also Dealers In O Shjih, feaAmi Continue obtruding upon them the unsavory with Cleveland. This is the first time we which i made by democrats who for variHistory Which Will Rtpiat Hull. history and iLe most evil of its met. ne is unostentatious in manner and I Is the determination of the managers to make ous reasons oppoec bis nomination, the ac- tures of its one In 1871 when Samuel J. Tilden waa a shows a great deal of sound political states- this heldofIntbe most attactlva and tgreeable Falra tual and long existing political indifference de'ires." ever Kentucky, candidate for Governor of New York, John CleveThe Kentucky Central Railroad will run among many republicans must be couriAn Wkll In digging the manlike judgment in conversation. He fills trains dally during the Fair, a' txcursion ipeclal Call on us or write lor prices. We keep bug rates. Kelly and his henchmen were hi avowed Trains north and South will arrive In thetinrn-In- g ered, the amazing character of the repub- well to supply the railroad tanks at Palouie land is an excellent candidate. and depart supporter. Bui in 1670, because they tlieevcnlng. I'auengers will be stock an 1 will do our boat to please you in prloe the landed within aInstone's candidate to lican nomination in the present condition Junction W. T and quality ot material. the workmen paised my idea of a presidential thrw the Grounds. r, could not use Samuel J. Tilden while Competition Is rollclted fromtf every section and letter." of public feeling and the fact that the open through strata of alkali, clay, and n a wsrm welcome will be extended to all DASV1T4T.E and because he was too much man I' LAX IS Ci MILL CO BO'Send fer catalogue. and positive republican protest is unpar To prevent haj stacks from firing, eca'-thasilt rock, to a depth of lSli fret, to bow to the will of Tammany, he was bitDanville, Ky. ."MA it. JiMftttv, President, alleled and implies a discontent which in where water of great purity nod Utilities' C. D Ciucmai'it. Src'y a few handfuls of common salt between G7 31 terly opposed by Tammany in the national ureal part, as is always the ca.e, Mill not iiuanlity was found. The water in the ev:h layer. The salt, bv absorbing the democratic convention held in St Louis, cure to anuour.ee tinelf except by voting at I well is live feet deep, and n steam pump humidity of the hav, not only prevents its Mo All the bitter invections and falsethe prlls. The number and character of actively worked, makes little iuipressim fermentation and const iiuent heating, but hood of which Tauimnnr is cinahie wert thoi-e- . for instance, who .n Uostun, New en the piility. Tne iiiont curious thiiu it also adds a mlty taste to ibis forage, Fiftoon Professors and Instructors.' brought lo bear agnnst Tilden, the grKtent Haven, New York and elsewhere have pub about the well is the fact tint in dipgini; which all cattle lik; besides, it stimulates Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal etatesmau of the age Inn epcech be'ore licly declared themselves opposed to tl.e the last tifty feet the workmen in tbe well the appetite end their digestion, School and Commercial Course of Study. tho convention Kelly Lugged that Tilden election of Mr. Ulaine, show-- how large mid had to weiir heavy clothing and wrap their and so prierves mem trom many be not nominated, Haying that he would COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. influential the actual and unreported de feet aud legs in gunny bags to keep from I'or CntnlOKUC nnd other information Tall term bcglni Hcpt. lotlt, I88.J. lose New York to democracy by an overfectiou mutt be a defection which in dote freezing, while tho men in the open nir Address JAMES K. lATTEItSOf, IMl.I., IcxltlKton, Kentucky . -. whelming majority. Tanimanr waa disre ci'itK mm Pii.jcstates like Massachtett, Connecticut and worked in their shirt sleeves. Water left IMIra nro frwjiwutlj prectiliM by n wnio of u garded, Tilden wh nominated, carried New New York may be decisive. It is n defec lower of Mm "ork by 52,00 uiaj irity and was elected lion, moreover, which does not ruin re in the bucket over night would freeze. The III the Link, patientand Hippos part lias tbe nlxloimii, sonieafTretn-lie to water in the well doe-- i not freeze, hecaiue President of the frilled State. Ju lssu elaborate organization to adhere to it- pur- it tlnvs too fast. The new well at Ultopiu id tho MJm-y- or nolghborlnj; organs. At tlmos, COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY, LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND, KV. a Htiiliu.i, Tammany again opposed the nomination iu'tm i.f indigtluii are t, There wj i seventy-liv- e pose and make it cfl'ective. Next Seiilon will open Wcdnejday, September 3d, 1891. feet deep, nearly all the dis- iuiiMiiit-etc A mot it lire, liUo of tit. Muia-uhof Tilden. "Give u llancrck, give us any perleiicnl Instructors. DVl'TlfiCT.-- A Kill. l'Adl.TYof nble nud t tuuildlmn utiil apparatus. Comprehensive very little organization of discontent in tance being through chy. prodm-lna r)' iliagrtabl Itching, The Cnt lTi!rntioii, oae except Tilden and we will sweep New 1S&2 jii'liil liilliii'ii".". lli" ".imiiutiltvHilisiliiauc.il .If r lUrilimil culturuatid hospltnllty.nnd t n M'ly common attendant, warm, except in Brooklyn. The republican twelve feet nro through folid white alkali. aft. i a York." The convention feet aboVO ti ave Tammany tho Itching ltlliid, voter understood the situation and whethPortland Oregonian. Hancock and ho wad overwhelmiugly deHppiii alluii of l)r llomnho's I'll Itemed)', which ni ts ,eln the heart of tho nin. of the 0h"i.V.ri.liiir"' 'itSIVllMi'd'Yu'-t'lSuc,er they voted or staid at home, they electUli y iij n tl' psrts affected, nbsoiblng; the Waiting rott His Dinneu. "I eay," feated, losing New York by 21,000 ilieA-ic"l.l.-;it- tl . Ii.l lull J fc.isund lieati-i- l by tenm-- an arlii.urn ed their purpose. Under the circiim-Un-ceItching mid affecting a oi,.i,t,. unit ..l.l.-hmi fr n.r,n iik exnpl uusiiliiK. nnd In l he best fuuilllra mi llMiM-exhausted looking gentleman enid to the luni'.rf, allii)lng the Interne cents. Addrtti the Kelly and hi Tammany InlHS2John . mil .rri.iiiSlMtoV.10 s rj . 11 .r lui .. T t Uii-cure. Price GO I'r. Iruiu3t when opinion is ripe upon it certain pnnmient ' D. D., Chancollor. supported Cleveland for the governship of head waller of h Coney Island hotel, "will lliaul.i Medicine Lo,, l'liun,0hlo. Sold by JIcKob-er- : lir full inf..riinii n . ii it subject, ns it was upon the meaning ol the .1 stugg ou he kind enough to ascertain what lies the entire State Ho w:h elected and befraudulent proxy in New York, and as it U cause he was too pine it Ktnteunu and too become of the waiter from whom 1 ordered Positive Cure for Piles. upon the significance of the republicm excellent a gentleman to yield to tho will my dinner?" To the people of tuljcouuty wo would soy that nominations at Chicago, it will express itof Tammany, he waa a bitteily "Certainly, sir, what lime did you order wn have teeu given the agency ol Dr. Marclilil'a opponed If such opinlrn i not self ndiciuately by that organization in tho Uhcjjjo con ltalla Tile Ointment emphatically guaranteed your dinner?" ripe, noorganizition can vitajize it But "Yesterday afternoon about four o'clcck." tn cure or money refunded Internal, External, vention an Tilden wa in the St. Lanin c inis no doubt of its fiiJrmnturiiy nw. llllnd, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SO cents vention. Cleveland wart nominated, will be there "I see," said the head waiter, consulting a box. No cure, no pay. Penny & McAlister, thio time, therefore, a democratic uoiui-nitioelected President and will carry New York At hM watch. "It is now half pat three. Drtig?lsti. Closes October 25th, 1884. which should be in itself an earnest Opens August 16th. by 0,000 majority. This bit of history Very well, sir, 1 will do wlnt I can to bur-n- y Daughters, Wives and Mothers, of sober, upright, clean administration, of 10 ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. clearly demonstrates thnt all corrupt organhim up." We emphatically gmranteti Dr. Marclilil'a respect for tho reformed civil service, of ization and disreputing inlluencea, ouch as a female, remedy, to euro Female Diseasona egg have been Three hundred aud freedom from any kind of atHociatiou with ' nnd OrarlBti Tammany ban proven itself to be, should produced by a tingle Leghorn hen iu a es, such ai Falling troubles, Inll.imnntlon the vast frauds and venal combination Ulceration, and dlsplacemsnt or bearing LexBy Cappa'a and Gllmore'e, tho most famous bands of the world. he "sat down on" to eecure victory. a Legwhich hnvo long preyed upon the public year. A ltttlo boy had given him down feeling, Irregtlarittles, llgrrenneos, Change ington Presa. leg was set cf Life, I.eiuonha'1, betides many weaknesses Largest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. Treasury, of honetv and tranquility at horn with Its leg broken. Tho nnd after it ,,'ot well the hen commenced to springing from the above, like Headache, Illcat-- I LOWEST RAILWAY KATES EVER G1VE.V IN THE STATE. Governor Cleveland has a brother living home, of peace with honor abroad, would ni,Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessuess, Nervous deS who U n Presbyterian minister near Utica, be the strongest possible nomination, lay, tnakiug its nest iu the cat's basket unof the Heart, Ac. For sale by daya bility, Palpitation (land Jt oO per bottle, tend He haa five sisters, One of them lives on der the kitchen table, laying fifty-nin- e druggliti. Prices would receive the independent vote, s'ictrTrssEC xst the old homestead at Holland Patent, ia except that part of it which would not be iuMictetsion; this was the largest number to Dr. Marchlil, L'tlct. .N. V., for pimplilet, free. Ten works of Kentucky's great sculptor. Joel Hart, the best possible collection. unmnrrrVd, and is a strong advocate of cast for either party. Harper's Weekly. without a rest. The hen was a pet and For sale by Penny A McAllilrr, Druggists. One hundred countieiln Kentucky will make exhibits, displaying product! which will demonitratt ' a woman's rights. Another is the wife of came to the kitchen for its share of the thiiState'.trem I)r. 1IOSANKO. I JUST AS coon. This name lias become no familiar with the mont meals of the day. an architect In Toledo, Ohio, and a third Many unscrupulous dcalcn may tell jou they havo of projilo throughout the United Statu that It Is is the wlft of a missionary in India. IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS Dyspepsia in ita worst form will yield to ieiiiidlj for toughs and Colds C'liml lu merit aud In harJI) mi"n..ir) toklnto it In' U thuuiigluator ul the old Tillable Dr. Preienting at 'one time in line over Sl.000.000 worth or horses, comprising all the air ei' "Siam is the place where there are nei tho grwtt Dr. l)o.tnko' Cough mid I.utij; tijrup, the use of Carter's Little Nerve Tills aided miry retpect Juit ns good unlets jou insist Kentucky famous. The exhibit will surpass in extent the Royal Stock Show in London, and preser. Known, for by Carter's Little Liver Pills. They not llOMtuko Cotijh and Lung Sjrup, magnificent Stock exhibit the world has ever w Jews nor swine," asld a person to a thu pplo's f.iorlU reuiody, iinoii thli remedy aud will take no other, you are to the visitor thacrandeit, eompletest.and most ol Coughs, Cold, Comnniptlau and .ill nOVction present distress, but strengthen liiblo to tx greatly decehed. Trices, CO ccnti amT- ned, and a sight that can not be duplicated la the world. Jijlt Hchild once. "Indeed," wiu the reply. th Tuioat and Lungs. Tried 0 rout and SI. 00, only relieve J. H. WRIGHT, General Manajjer. DENNETT H, YOUNO,' President Sold by Jlcllgbtrti A Stag,. f the ftomach nud digestive nrparatus. Let us go and exhibit oureelve there." ?M by JlcKoborts A. SUKK. r. a. The following bit of wit upon the part of a North Carolina girl comes to u from the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs, the fashionable Virginia watering-place- : Among the regular hubituta is Col. B , a handsomo old beau, of uncertain sge. His society record is brilliant and though he haa raised many hopes, yet seaon after season m ended and the Colonel has yielded his liberty to none. His special strength is pride of family, iioasting as ho does, in reason and out of season, not only of the bluest South Carolina blood, but the most direct Huguenot descent. During the summer there appeared, flitting about the broail piazzas end through the long drawing room, a bright, dasbirg girl from the ''Land of the Sky." The Colonel, as usual, began the scheme of monopoly and the ambitious young belle seemed nothing loath to accord to him the cov eted portion as chief of stafl'. It began to be whispered about that the Colonel was really in earnest for once in his life. Those who knew him best and watched him closest were sure that he was on the eve of a victory. His gait was more martial, bin manner more lofty than ever before and the poor ancestral Huguenots were dragged to the front without mercy. Unfortunately a bit of evejJropping in seclusion of what the the dim, Colonel thought to be a deserted corner of the plszza told the story of such woful discomfiture that he fled the place within hours afterward. He had evidently proposed in his most pompon and condescending manner, and had heard with amazement a quiet negative from the young d 2-- HUltOEON J)ENT1T, 1 w. iyi. LIVE corny ER, lj ENTERPRISE Grocery. ll, Xiiincasler, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT Lately been MoKINNByi first-ch- Hi,,' ". sive Additions CHRISTIANCOLLESE. la-Jy- 's SPECIAL "JX. o.!. d 263-6- L re ji e nl Han ville Fair PLANING MILL COMPANY Frame, tj. ad-dre- Annual Fair TUESDAY, AUGUST d MADISON COUNTY Building Material Farming Lnmber! Ice-Watc- h Got-orno- finely-broke- er I asi-ist- s W 5 TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY li s CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, . pre-eu- .,. rahan . i i ahton. n EXPOSITION LOUISVILLE, SOTJTHBRU TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY -, .A.DRT ZBTTILIDlILSra-aiseisica. tud cukcecs " $Aljf (' vhrtr .. - 1 I i M The war record of the candidates for Caroline Hamilton, said to bo 110 bright', on Koundslone. Mrs. May Hack-nr- y President ure similar In that tbey both Bent years ol age, died at Wheeling, W. V., last is visiting relatives lh London. Mr. JMm. I?m b substitutes to annihilate the d m rebels. week. Eddie C. Walton, an active attache of the Hut Kentucky paid to the general Govern- Interior Joru.val, was in town Friday, July 22, 1884 wentCleveland baa this advantage his man Stafford, Ky., to the war and rerved as a rood sol ment in Internal Revenue during the last One negro cut another very seriously dier and whatever amount he charged for fiscal Tear$17,0S3,524 with a knife at Livingston Saturday night. iPHARMACISTS W. P. WALTON. bis services came out of the pocket of Joe Stultx shot and killed John Nagel, Dr. Lovell sewed up five of tho cashes. He him who font htm. Blaine' man was con a nacK driver, in Louisvillo Sunday night. will . probably die. The one who did the DIULEIl! IK victed of tome penal offense a abort time tie claims it was accidental. cutting is at large. 71 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. -- after euterinR nrd sent to the penitentiary Henry Burke, who outraged a little ...... ..... -- & -- N v WA TCH DruRs. Hooks, ti, mcmueiB .,.,.. .iuccisiie nemo- i ' '"o t,... " before he had fired a shot. Though the girl at Tuscaloosa, Ala., was mobbed FOK PRESIDENT, y . and cratic county committee are requested to u.iti rhyrjoans'prMulitlon. arruritely gallant substitute did the service ten times hanged to a tree in the street. M T)A eemtnadul meet in Mt. Vernon Wednesday, July 23J, fit' '? r GKOVER CLEVELAND, . ' ..kSRHPeran-.ftmore harm than good, Blaine had an act Fire broke out in Iltir bridge A Bros ' for the purpose of selecting n chairman. OrifEW York. pissed by the Legislature of Maine, indent tore in Hopkinsville Friday and destroyed UN. Williams, Sec FOR nifving him for the amount he paid for the whole of a very shabby block. THK- We only have candidates for two offi him and then got a like amount from the THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Four murderers felt the halter draw ces in this county nt the August election Larjrest Stork of Wntchcs, Or Isduma. ciUieis.' protection fund, raised by those with poor opinion of the law at as many They are sheriff and ClockH, Jcuf Iry & Mlrcrnarc county superintendent. who did not care to trust their cowardly places in the United States Friday. H. II. Baker, rep , is the only candidate for KLECTOES TOM STATE XT LAtOK, Erer brought to tlili market. Ytkri Uvrr than carcasses at the front. Tho republicans BEN a 110HHINS, ror the twenty-hour- s thj Walclies, t'looki nJ ending last even- sheriff and John W. Brown, Livingston, Is I'alted on itiort nntlmud Wirrtou-- Jewrlrr ' W.D. FLEMING. should therefore lay low on the war rec- ing there were 10 cholera deaths in Toulon. the only candidate for superintendent. ords. For the same time Marseilles reports fifty. They have no opposition and will probably DISTRICT XLIXTORS, First Ilhta Boyd, of MiCrjclen.County. It is generally believed by leading dem- seven deaths. be elected. James Vfier will be a candif ord Cromwell. I Julr, of ITalon County. ocrats that Daniel Manning, the chairman Over 2,000 s in Cincinna date for constable in this district. Thlnl Johns. ltbea, 01 Lrnn County. of the New York State democratic commit ti have failed to comply with the Scott Kourth Sim B. Berry, ot Marion County. DANHLLE, BOTLE COUNTT. tee, will be selected as chairman ot the na lw, wmen nxei tne price of a license at -- J. P. Bullitt, Fifth Jr., of Jefferson County. tional democratic committee. Tho demo from $100 to $300. Sixth A moonlight mite was given by the T. rrlcgate, of Pendleton Co. ferenth Ira Julian, of Tranklln County. cratic convention gave the national Henry U. Lswls, a Government Store- young ladies of the Walnut street M. E Klguth-- Q. N. Rotinton, of shclby County. dealij: in the right to go outside of its mem- keeper, was shot and perioualy wounded bv church. South, at the residence of A. J. Nlnth-- S. S. SaTjgo. of B yd County. Hnnhrnre, bership for a chairman. The prime pur- Samuel and J. M. Montgomery, brothers. Potts, Thureday night. Homo Shops Tnth-Jo- Ln ttrofprlu-- . P. alyei, of Morgan County. .Sml.ll,... XjiIIm. pose of thoe who worked for this was to over an old feud at Greensburg, Ky. -- Miss Lilla D. Marrisini, of Louisville, fiWenth -I- tollln Hurt, nf Ailalr County. (liieousinir, HiiKjjy Whips HRRy WheelM, .stove. dispose of Mr Barnum, who for some rea- It is thought that President Arthur is expeccii here again in a few dajs, when C'ailO Mill. ir.irun HON, A dispatch in our last issue told of the sin is not IiRed by Southern democrats has fully decided to decapitate Gen. Long-stree- t she will complete her arrangements for Qniiwi, ChlcrJIIIlN, I,m Cot-em- , rerru-o- f and fill his place as Marshal of Geor opening a select school about the 1st of the six survivors of the Oreely po- especially so bv Southern democratic Senaiv4ri.e corn Collar lar region explorers by the Bear and Thetis tors There is also some talk of Villas as gia with the notorious John E. Bryant. September. Oliver Chilled' Champion Steel and Mr. Thoiias Faulconer, formerly of It is claimed that if Bsn Butler reatnt lo their relief. Their number was chairman. Brinley Combined Plow. Wooden and Cast Pump., and the Celebrated mains in the field as a Presidential candi this county, died at Doneveil, between Lextwenty live when they set sail from St. Bayfield EUvator Tin R00r-Joits Jarkett, whom the President rec John's in July, 1881, in the Protens, but ommended and the Senate confirmed as date, he will draw more labor votes from ington and Georgetown, Friday morning r m w,u navo Prompt attent ion. , ,7 r 11 they encountered indescribable sufferings chief of the new ann" worthless Bureau of the republicans than from the democratic His funeral occurred Saturday evening. mh j, niiu.Ji . and the wonder is that a soul of them re- Libor Statistics, finds to his sorrow ranks. He had not been very well for some days that he mained to tell the tale, which is simplv has been doing too much talking with his Prof. E. E. Barnard, astronomer at and on hriilny was taken with a congestive heartrending. Oae survivor tells how tber mouth. In a speech at Pittsburg recently Vandcrbilt University, has discovered a chill, which terminated fatally. He was in burned the hair off of their seal skin Bools he is siid to have made some vsrr .li.ntr. large and bright comet in the Constillation the mercantile business at Baneveil and dj., Lapsus. This is the first comet discovered ing well at the time of his lie.ttli. and cotu., cut them into alrlfw, boiled them j aging remarks about Mr. Arthur, who has Judge C. A. Hitrdin and his brother, into a stew and ate voraciously of it till now signified his intention of witholdine this year. Thirteen-hundreineir stomachs rebt lied and nauseau and his coramUison until the charge is disprovexcursionists nar- Attorney General P. W. Hardin, were in I rowly escaped being wetness ensued. Ia.evcrjl ctses nature ed or explained. If a renubliean Cal. C. Bowman, uf1 offi. by the sinking of the drowned at Boston, town Thursday.here. Mrs. E. K " jve r.o call for twelve fifteen and even seeker has any honest sentiments, J. steamer Lnpire State, Frankfort, is S'umrall ' it will be and daughter, Mrs. M E. Moire, and her eighteen days, and then bloody hemorrhage seen by this that he had better keep them wnicn went down jmt after the list one had landed. grandaughters, Misses May and Imogene and consequent weakness ensued, prostra-tin- e to himself. The Maysville ftrpublican edited by a Holmes and Miss Bell Moore, of Louis- the victims for several days The dif- .VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. couple of cousins of Hon. Jss. G. Blaine, ville, went to Crab Orchard Springs Satur-- 1 ....... v v., ct(iiui; ue.ii in tne oooy was very great. The rule of the camp was ts Boston independents have chosen 52 has gone up the flume, just as St might day. Mrs. J. H. Thomas has returned permit no one to sleep longer than two delegates to the national independent con- have been aMe to do the Plumed Knight from a visit lo friends at Eliribtthtown. j Mrs. Sarah Munford, Mr. Thomas' sister. some good. hours. He was awakened roughly and ference at New York Druggists and Booksellers, The connection of the Kentucky Cen- whose home is in Munfordsville, accompa- -' called upon to shake himself, beat his The latest news from Chins is to the i hand and pound bis feet and restore the me win pay tne in- tral and the East Tennessee, Virginia A nied her. Several young men belonging to 5u" circulation. This was found absolutely demnity demanded by France and thus Georgia railroads is completed and the first the Dinville Bse Ball Association, left train passed over the road from Lexington Monday morning for a tour, taking in necraiary to prevent tcrpor and possibly avoid war. death, the usual accompaniment of intense Georgetown, Frankfort Eminence Harrison's bank at Indianapolis is still to Richmond yesterday. cold. Ellison, who died socn after hid res- - closed and in charee of the sheriff. A Ohio democrats in Washington say and Cynthiana. They expect to return cue, had lost both hands and feet, while the scheme is on foot to reorganize the Fletcher that now all the official machinery of that with victory perching on their banners. State being in the hands of democrats, the Mr. Charles Thompson, his sister, Miss other Hurvlvors were mere bundles of bone, A Sbarpe bank. covered with a tawny integument, broken There is a good deal of roesin in chances are even for the demociacy carry Mattie, and Mr. J. D. Strathan returntd from an excursion to Mammoth Cve Sat- in places by the terrible frost bites. They Washington in regard to the lukewarmness ing the State in October and November. looked wild and haggard, the sunken eyes, of the President and his Cabinet toward It looks rather odd to see the names of urday. AND Cleveland and Hendricks at tha head of Preston Sexton, an old man about OS gleaming with the fire of as the Republican ticket. the New York Herald's editorial columns. years old and a veteran of the Mexican they pleaded with weak and p?pin voices Thnrman declines to beK'ni-nitur- e ! for solid food. An unnatuial laugh of joy come a cindidate for Congress in the Col It is the first time since that paper waa war, was shot and wounded at a house just started that it ever thus printed the names outside of Junction City Saturday night at their deliverance was followed by tears umbus district, now represented by Geo. L. A Full and coiiinlrin jikvnrfiMi.Mt r w. ot Presidential candidates. about 9 o'clock under the following circumdrawn by recollections of the agony endurwho also refuses to run. The earnings of the L. A N., for the stances. He was In the house with a loote ed an I the sufferings of their 17 comrades Arnold, Constable A Co , of New York. , ..... . ....nvi-- , iur uinuer now forever at reat. Thus another is added Rre ,ne victims of wholesale stealing fiscal year ending June 30, were $1,15(3.109 ituuijh nsratu .tiH. 1.3m wiien ome one "H1 (inantllv tii- - .n..n... knocked at the door. The woman on to the brilliant but melancholy history of oy uisnonest employes. It is said their and the expenses $631,133, leaving a net .,.. " I " ". plicate , Va" i""1 " l oten. miy price von i. of $471,075. The increase in earn ing it saw two men near with pistol and a full a.V ,re,K,U bvuK added. Auto Artie explorations and it differs not mate-riall- losses run up into hundred of thousands. J of ",,M ",HI from the many that huvepreceededit .TV The national anti monopoly, green ings were nearly $100,000 more than last four not far off. Afler some conversation ' I lie all Iho .Vir n u. mlirao " iV. "i1 Cipci,h,,'c' year and the expenses about $50,000. in which the men threatened Sextcn ami It ta the same story of tl.e useless sacrifice back, labor and national union parties met rouma onnoHlleNl. Aw...l. 11.- -. ' ; ",,,,"r,, A polar expedition, composed of Ben the woman the two latter left in the d.W . of unman life and of uoble endeavor wast in joint State convention at San Francisco, ed, the same record of suffering and of hero- Cal., and unanimously decided to support Butler, John Kelly, Dennis Kearney. tion of the depot, Mrs. Kos saying she ex- .. Mr u uynatnite itoiwa and a crew of like kid ' peeled her son on an incoming train and ' ic endurance and of final capitulation to Butler. A special from New York says: It ner' cou,(i not P3lhly roult in disaster, asked Mr. Sexton to go with her and meet unendurable misery and the sitae ending in absolute disaster and futility. Let us may be set down as about settled now that ana would have at least two chances of re- - hlra- - After going but a short distance A I. K.N T I f) Ti I. they were asaulld by the men and evere- lao)c that these repeated lessons are not John Kelly hai made up his mind to fight suiting in great good. Louisville Times, n excursion train bearinir 1,000 nic It beaten. The six men then left them but BONANZA thrown away, that the folly and useleness tue ueveland ticket, though without any & SEED ! 1. rtlflAo rnm wuiuu, j , was ueraueu two had gone but a short distance when one of polar research are row understood and open ayowal to that effect. .......wo ..u,u rnA or Aidl.,MKlln.ryrBJW..wll.f I... ,u,Ul,.tj t.uml that no more lives will be wasted at leist Sim Gibson, colored, of West Point, miles from that place, nice cars being more of them turned and fired on Sexton i rT under the costly auspices of our Govern Ga., who is charged with grossly assaulting thrown into three or four feet of water. and the woman, one ball striking Sexton i I Jl tinJ 1 1 ii'li: tXXi&k . ment. !:' ' "i V", v;- - MmiI.it. ins own UaugUter, was hot dead in the iiil Many persons were injured, some fatsllr. in tne right siue and coming out near the i faction 5 II t by lynchers night before last, but not before and it it believed a large number of dead nival. Since being wounded he ha made It'MH mii i'HOBINSOfJi Wtitimtnd ' The letter of acceptance of James G -hJ V are beneath Ihe wreck a sworn statement saying that he believes .b Blaine is not very enthtisisstically received he hHd cut six of them severely. r. J. 7. Moore, of Owensboro, has been Jno. Stndifer, Anderson Duncan, Scott The democratic conveotion to nomi. It is so excessively long that nobody will the rcau it, uuiess at a matter of businets and nate a candidate for Superior Court Judge. nominated to Congress in mi second di. Milhurn and Ja. Milburn to have been w ....v t. me ........ 1.1!- the subject matter is so prosy and eo unlike met in .Maysville and gave Hon. John (J. Iin u; ll. .ir. .loore wa? iuurij nis asananti anu that he did not a Confederate soldier during the late war, recognui the other two. At 11 o'clock Ward, of Cvnthiao, a unanimous nominaMr. Blaine's usual style as almost to CTRevJ What Some of Onr Beit Far men aLd Citizens he did not write it. Since it tion bifore the convention was thoroughly but seeing an office in sight went oyer to Monday he whs resting comfortably. War of Lincoln and Garrard Say "WV.Ihe ' II WllL'tllil lllaa. l the enemy at the close of hostilities. He ............ fc l.oon u.tia.l f ., .1. Hiry.i. r Mill. Iinra w vm would occupr a whole page of our paper organizjd. . .1.ui ins ..Ktvit rwi uanir Ha ... fi th ... l.. ......... . . r! The Harrodsburg Democrat denies the ran in 1870 a lively Congressional race with the parties named and placed in the hind, we know our readers will thank us fot spar-in- g of Mr. Helm, marshal of Junction City. report that Senator Moore is a candinate Hon. Jas. A. McKeczie. them an inilictlon of the entire prodac-tioWf The New York Herald disposes of it ior congress in this district and says Mr. PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. This is the age of statistic. " It has been J "j li ' " "'-"T KY,Ml:J,i0,, I'S'T' thus c.irtly: "We print, as a historital cu- - Moore is not a candidate and will not be. ... . v vnvkc KiiiP pat it. -- Mr Jl. it. Uatson is closincr un !.! wsuiri a .iiiinti i .. a "iw uMiii ntMity, but can not conscientiously rec- He is now on his way to Colorado, where :00 pancakes every morning. This is equal X Lor sail Erniliu 1im.Ii ,r business here with a view of going to V 1 ne will erend the sumtier on his ranch. ? f . iini... .. a ommend anybody except Mr. Hewitt and . ..TiT to 2 8 39,000 pancakes a year, which, with " ? ', in the fall. .T' ,hThH't",u s,'", ' h , . V ! 'xl Armi. HV nf, Muh. .... Tne total number of Germans who It V.l .t.I.n.ll.ll. .1,.... other sufferers from insomnia, to attempt to V. ,W'tr'fH 17. .". " lullAto Mill.. Sl.nf,..l V. There is some talk of another saddle an average d ianieleroffive inches, would ' .":..... ".'"".. read the whole of it at a single sitting, a emigrated, monly to America, in the first extend 302 miles in a straight line: or thrv s T...!.. .;7.v.n.. U an ) I . H a rt n a -- n rl uBiucBja mup !..!. ,Ci:T"! i'h"!k: !" '""r jn!.ro,DK"fvr"I,,i" five months of the current year was i y t th uemg niarieu nere soon, monstrously long winded letter dated at 80,104 could hi built into a single column nearly r rs.,; ..,' h.'., ": r. "ra Notwithstanding the dry weather. Antju-t.", Me., last fiueday and signed, or 4vv less tnan in the corresponding peri- tag iu at .. inr rl I.ln.,ii. ;.,,.. . .-'' "' 1'""'" mslter ""' " ""' tue eight miles high. You can do anything ...-.I" .VMM.. n . li.iire eiy Iih.t, 'With great respect, your obedient servant, ou 01 i8d. in the same period of 1SS2 crops teem to be flourishing near the little with figures if-. Tit A Vl.Olt. Cincinnati Enquirer. James: G. Blaine.' A very large part of the number was 102,324 and of 1881, 102.. city of Bright, especially in the birth list. 519 Miss Maggie Smith returned home thin BlainePhelpsElkins .Smilh-R?etone A well which was being dug at Dur- Saturday from a severe! weeks visit to of shape, more elegantly and concisely of ham, N. C, caved in, burvinc seven men. London, Miss Mattie Newcomb, one of this Augusta 'Symposium' is applied to a TfirAA VA.A ..I! l.l'.n um oiuc, one 01 mem Mt. Vernon's little beauties, accompanied difcutfhion of the subject of protection and oacuy wounded. remain in the well her home. Mr. Tyre lleU arrived hum. iiHTing uetcnnlQM to change my liuilnor, I free trade, which is debated in a manner dead. One my fcar of the latter was heard to beg Saturday from the Lone Star Slate. He is ofler lor M8 (r.riTately)county, Mill. ltuoll on Ky. The Knglne that surpluses the finest passages of Col Sel- for i..U. ..ireek,'!,1 taey stationary: Holler 10x21, Kasine lOx.'O, Coun-te- r succor, saying the water was rising to much pleased with Texas but he likes old lers on the eame subject." nhalt Z leeu IJlgln Siw aol Orl.t Mill bis neck, Kentucky better. The j.roperly U ami Mr. George C. Cochran, formerly Tub State Superintendent of Public In e There was a verj good crowd at the In Good Illuming; Order. editor of the Courier Journal, but who speaking Saturday. Everything struction has at last announce1 that the passed off Timber plenty anJ accsMlble. I would l.o wlJIIncn per capita for each school child in the has been editing the Chicago Current for n quietly. Gov.Mc. Creary Jed ofl with .. . a In frrlmiina tr. .An.l ... ...i. W. ilor.e.,C-,ttle.Ac- r State, white and colored, will be $1 55, an 7ear has "signed his position and returned Bpeech of an hour, giving hiV views and Tho largest stock ever in Stanford and 1'erMua wl.liln to fDRage in the lumber bukl- tho best to bo found in Central Ken-tuckmcrcasa of 10 cents over last year. Had Louisville, the climate ou the lak e nrnv. promising what he would do when he gets . ii una b goou ojnninK iiy aprilylni; to the Legislature failed to equalize the ing an insuperable objection to a residence into Congress. Bsfore he got through he 20-l- f iAHi,iy, embracing about twenty five different styles Uuilontillf, Ky. from tho whites and blacks, the per capita of the there. . read Little Wrttl ntlf nt" tUn .Iam a.. -P- rof. Pickett, Superintendent of Pub- - party. latter would be but 1G cents, while the for- facturers in ho United Sutc. Person, Judge Durham then took the contemplating buying a vehicle this nf nunc w "merVoiild have a per capita of S3 04 We IlC Instruction,i renortn thn vbuwu va u.1.:.. stand and in his usual winning way made j Spring should relect tho same or place their orders echool childreu for the year ending June a good commended at the time and still commend nt once; for at this season impression on his hearers and bethe action of our in the mat- 18S4, gives 514,083; colored school children fore he got tbrought he read McCreary out all manufacturer of first-clas- s vehicle are invariable nM,. r.,. ter, since the negro to make him a useful for the same period, 07,708, or a total num. j muj uruers party anu put mm in and ,f tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it ber of 011,791. The white children over the .'o ucuiuuraiic THE DKUGGIST, citiztu, requires all the encouragement and same bed with Little Phil. will require from four to eight last year have increafed 13,259. and the aid that can be given him. weeks b obtain it; four weeks being required MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. colored children, 5,238, making a total into make, finiah and dry a first-claAccoiiDiKQ to the estimate of the Phila- crease of 18,497. Managed by Jno. B. Fish. job ready for shipment, under tho most delphia Timti, there are more than one favorable circumstances. Mr. Blaine's letter of acceptance has A good rain is needed very badly up million "thoroughly independent voters" . All tunrlr anl1 tr mn t.11 !. r i "een Biven to the press. It opens with a here. """ "J "'" "'" uo 'oun(I l0 " 3"ch ns I repreeent them, unleRs Is Preparing1 for n Lively Sn tinner in the country, who vote to auit their own Born, to the wife of J. W. Brown, July y..u u. luc umerences oetween the reTrade. notions and are not subject to strict pirty have been deceived myself, and in that event the purchaser will be fully publican and democratic patties on the tar-if- f 15th, a son. discipline. If these are for horesty and reIlls lino of gooili, In erery Tarlety umally found question and the importance of protect-inti In a Home vt the kind, ii Blackberries are scarce this season; Call and examine my stock and I will do form, thea Cleveland is sure of their suplarge and complete. my best to please you American labor. This takes up one- - only a few are being brought in, They port. find . in style, quality and price. You can get as half Of ih fHr TH.. ...Lt.... -- t . good vehicles' from mo ' ready sale. Chairman J. Stone Walker has called can commerce ami oiii and at as Judicious Alterations in the Internal Ar i Last Saturday was another day for exprices as von Mn nliini'n nn.oi.- reasonable rangements aeonre noom Uoinfort i. nu get a guarantee on JDemberr cotnposinj the tendon. The policy of a friendly union be' amination of teachers 10 out of the 15 ana uetter uisplay. Eighth District ConBrewcml Committee iwcen the States of them, besides that is worthless to you when buying North and South Amer. who were examined received certificates. away from homo. He Particular attention Ii called to to convene at Nicholauille next Thursday ica ia defended aa the policy of peace and Mia? Luella Ramsey, of Stanford, is pectfully, at 3jv m., to fix the time and msniur of humanity. The style of the letter is plain, visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mies A Large and Elegant Addition to the nominaticg a democratic candidate for simple and direct; It contains about 6,- - Eld Tipton, of Mt. Sterling, is spending a Stock of Jewelry, t Congress. uvu wonts. few days with her brother at W. N. Al-- I And articles o wln.- Sni-?SlahIijnffriorourjiI WMJ ' XL 2MP MtVMiiH rJ, m mmmm and Fauoy Artiolos. fSsftrTsP!(())fe: i" - ?.rf!fe' o' I lsalsMa. if? ", '4. Stationery in. igssggapgg? Ut saloon-keeper- tlle Wi Hi H1GGINS9 jm. .p Itlms com-mitt- ""i; Midlers d WML PAPER, STAGG'S NVAXFO. TRSME0&0YT0P0T0N, ' WcEOBERTS XT "' OPEKA lror.VE KMK'K. Lex-ingto- n, 'B. WEAB1M, '..'" UNDERTAKER, semi-insanit- y Xealei- in ,atl . in-co- v nwrlniiit Jtttt2zz dm.. - !....'." "' "V "' "" I "J. ""..' "' W. H. TRiSLYZaOR, GRAIN FIELD THRESHER. i i ' sug-geaitl- ?. rKt r n. ...,..., -- "r WT W'W Ir.. W& tlpfiZfiSt I, ri-.- -.l -. "'r Km -- .... Da-kot- -- ''" '" "rV'i!,, w.i.7'r.'. r7. ; ..j" "ot1!" ". r : ., -.- .o."lv ""-er- T d ""'" ... Saw MilIFor Sale! n asso-ciat- Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, Village Carts, &c l,,iiw buggies, Phaetons, Sur veys, Carriages, ." mint y, ,... law-make- rs G.I Peace! "'"" ., HUSTONVILLE, KY., ss "" it g flrit-cla- ...: '"""" GEO. O. WEAREW, Mfg.s AKt., STANFORD. KY. . r Stanford, Ky.( Fnrsii lino of at H. MisaMattie Evans. I have male W. M. Jonea New and elegant de'Itrrn In Gold Hand The McKinney people were lo have had the personal department of thi editor of colnmn and Mom lloie China Tea Pets at Warren a picnic in Mr. Bibb' wood Friday, but l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD, and ii anyone is slighted lay the blamo A MeteaW. the threatening weather caured it to be 12 4 r. u. Hall train coin North- at the right door. 1 88 r. II. Ho nth a failure. August 5th I leve here. Take notice m n ........ 10 a.m. Eiprnitriln" Houth Married, in the parlor of the Harris ' Norn 2Z0a.ii. and come in time if you want we to make Call at Warren A MettMlf' for anything House by Rev. J. M. Bruce, Wm. Lan- The abovn It calculated on standard tine, Solar your picture. O. W. 8hafler. in China, Gla and Qtieenaware; Staple and graph to Mis Thompson, both native of timet about 20 mluutes fiter Fancy Grocerie, Tinware, Conficiinn, Ci Switzrland. Attendant, Morri J. Har Kf.MK.miieh that Shaffer, thearliat, leave LOCAL NOTICES. gar and Tobacco i. ris, E. W. Jone. John W. rlolmei, of dab here AukudI 5th. Next county court day will be hi last working day here. Cooicino a p!eiuri during the hot Orchard, Clem Johnson, of Louisville llui Paints of Pennv A McAUeter. We extend our congratulation (0 the hap Li'imicATixo oils of all kind At Penny Golden Patent Flouti i ci'lng len- - weather. S L Power i ngent for the AMcAllsterV. made. Call and ree it in op py couple and wih them much happineai oil did Katiafaction, Ue it if you want tlin bet BnAN.i new Block of every thine in the and prosperity. " oration at the tore. bet bread. Sold only by T. It. Walton. I inter's. Jewelry lino at Penny A McA A shooting affray occurred at the 1'i.rahc don't forget your ncoount wa houso of and NOTicn, All account due Jan. XEwahadca of ready mixed paint for one Lewis Dishon at the foot of acring traie at Mcltobcrt A HtaggV, not pid by July 15, will 'lie put in the due July 11. If vou Imvn't the money the knob", near Chapptl'a Gip, on the Watchm, Clock and Jewelry repaired hand of an ollicer for collection. Hrfcbt come and pi7c ti your nnt; we ate anx night of the lOih. Wc were unable to get and warranted by I'cnny A McAllater. Bright A Sous to Kttle up our old book. " & Corran. the particulars, but understand that one I'l'nn winter drained lard oil and all Curran. and prolubly two men by the name of Go To SaafTer'a gallery and get your kind of tnacblner oils at Mcltobcrta A A cxit'i'LE of yoiiiu Btvarlitn. u landHarris from off the knobs were badly in work done In the next two week. Hriug 8ttBK. Thr beat Soda Water in the clt at Pen- the old picture you want copied a eaily ed, were married by Judge Brown Friday; iured, writ having been ieucd for Lewi ny A McAIUlcrV; tuade with pure rock Annie Bret Dishon aod Sam Biker, charging them Genrge LeitenMorfer to Mi a pofible. candy syrup and flavored with purest fruit lenscher. They could not undtrMand a with the shooting and wounding. It is juicea The Kentucky Central wa opened to word at English, An inn rpreler had lo te likely the whole mailer will be brought to Livingston yeelerday,nhen the first regular PERSONAL. light during the examining trial. peat the ceremony after the Judge. Per train wa dispatched lo Cincinnati. On Saturday tbe 10;h int , a mass -- Mit Tim W. Hkioikh arrived yeeler-da- y the preent there will be but one train each Siiebiff Menifie howed a bemti-fu- l meeting of the democracy of Crab Orchard fniu Annialoa, Ala. epecimen cf a warrant that lid been way daily. Thi give Cincinnati a direct Mini LiL.L!ETuTTE.v,of Garrard, i the connection with Knoxville and oilier sent him from a mountain county to erve and vicinity wa held for the purpose of gurit of MIm Maggie Hrigbt. Southern citie. ilh organizing a Cleveland & Hendricks Club. In it the pervtti wanted I chirked Piior B. 8. PHii.tr!, of the Middleburg "cjuimit'ed the fifrue of Frlte) The meeting wu called to order by Judge The trouble of the L. A N. teem never having J F. lliggioB and Dr. J D. Petttia was Aradcuiy, wa in town yesterday. 1)7 mistreating" a certo came elnly. Thurday night there By Fault-- prelect Mm Nannie Wood, of Bayle, U the n induced to unaniuidiitdy elected president of the club, were two accident on the Knoxville tain young woman, who E. W Jones, A. B Foly, W. F. Kennedy, guet of Mi;e Hhoda and Kate Hail. Branch; one at Penick, ciused by an open run awa7 with the man on a mouii'e (f W01. Stuart, Mf- -i Hehoca SrrwAUT, of Crab OrJ. II. Hutching, Jno. W. matriage. The name are witheld till the Hidmsa anil W. T Siucder were elected chard, liaa bren viriting Mir Maggie New-lan- switch and the other at Brodhead, caued by the burtting of a wheel. Several cm heriucan get a chanoe. Vice President; W. O. Hansford, Secy., C. & N. It It Mr. K Zimuiirmin, oi and J. Will Jamrs, Trea. On motion, D. Mas. Mahy A. Hoi'hton, of the Wet were mashed up in the former nnd a or more in the latter. Wm. Murphy the Cheaprke Nashville K !., pset! C Pa'ne, Thoa. H'dman ami E W. Jone End, I vMtlng her brother, Ja. M. Wmy, and Fry Hayley, brakeman, were hurt in up to Cr,ib Orchard Sprirc Satiudav, and were appointed & Cuiiuiuttt-- to solicit memat Pink Cottage. in a few minutes' talk at the train lie as- bership. On motion it wa agreed to raise Mif Kmma 1). Jaknett, of Madieon, the latter accident, but not eriouly. who hai been vititing Mia Klla King, reIn n ehooting match between the I. and sured u that the aflkir of the cmpny i Cleveland and Herdrick flig 10x20 feet turned home yesterday. ter and Stanford Gun Club on the latter' were in splendid shape and that so soon us in Crjb Orchard Siturfjy July 20th at P. M Mt'HoHEiiTS has returned home. ground Friday afternoon, the score wa a the small psrtrm 01 nglit ol way remain 1 o'clock V M. D C. Pay re, Thos. Hoi- Collector Sloll olfarrd him a gooJ position, tie, riDtii getting 11M out of a joible 1H0 ing unsettled wa secured, lhat work woud man jiu! W M II .ward were appointed a hooting begin at ouce. lyit but he declined to accept. bird and bill. The individual hope tin tit will ai d committee to purchase a flig with the wa a follow, each being entitled to '60 do all in our power to have Stanford nnd name of Cleveland ard Hendrickn inscribMtviEHHATTtnAxnSoriiiEFiMin.tcK Miller 1!'; HurmideS ', Lincoln csunty secure .1 plnc on the grset ed uikiii it. W. T. Saunders, W. F. Ken- and little brother, of Danville, are the shot: Lincter e gutntnof Mr. M. U. Nevlu. nedr, John Marshal and G.orge W. Kinnalrd 25; Sandifer 21; Woodcock 23; prospective thoroughfare. Mit. Tiich. Ju.Nr, of Ilarrodiburg, Dunlap 15. The Stanford -- Owsley 23; were appointed a committee to preForty Two. On hi trip to the Moun ha been the guet ol hi cousin, Mr. 11 Held 20; Bright 22; Porlman 10; Craig 21 pare and erect pole. Judge J. F. Higgins, tains last wick our youthful business J McBobert, several day. nnd Curran 24 Tt.o Holtnan, A. B. Foly, W. M. Jones, ('. Walton, Ktured 12 - manager, Eddie Cajt. and Mb. II. C. Farmer and Tno Lasly, S J Harris, It i eaid that Billy Bradley will not new cash subscriber beoide settling with M Hardin, Joliu Baily, and W. P. Tatem, Mr It. A. Jone. of Cincinnati, ipent D. Jus. Stephen proecute the itar router, owing to ome many old ones. He wa rvrj favorahly reday at the Myers House. committee on seat and platform. It. H. disagreement with tbe AttOrny General. ceived by good people and J. M. WitAV and Mi Georgie It i aenib1e conclusion for William to especially thehe, a well a everwherelasting Bronangh, W. O Har.rfrd, W. M. Jones, i we, under ilarnf Wray have gone to Bloomington, arrive at, anvway, if he wishee to maintain T. Higgins and A J bigler, committee obligation to CjI. C. Crsokf, of ths Alu- - J. III, to ee Mr. Wry' mother, who l what reputation he may have attaintd in E. W. Jone, D. C. Payne, on invitation mont Coal C'omptny and hi worthy assivery ill. and Thoi. Holeman were appointed to hi profession. He i much too light a stant, Mr. L. I ('j!eu.in and G. W. Col -C- 01..T. P. HiLi. and wife, Miss Milraise fund to defray expense of tbe Club. weight for uch heavy buine. As pro- - bext. who tendered him such plehdid a dred I.ewU and Mi Fannie and Bailey Mntnr nf and ntlirr ihlrrp nf eistance. Etch of tbce genllouieu can The fjlbiting distinguished speakers are wtrmlnn Hill are recuperating at the Dripping ,hit chll ,cterf he wouj( a a diMinguihtd draw on thi oflue for any favor it m able invited and expected to be present. Dan Spring. Voorheej and Joe McDonald, of Indiana; lawyer remarked, be at home, but ibolute to grant. Mb J L. Abnox.ii, ol Garrard, wa ly Senitor Thurman and Gov. Hoadley, of lot In ncli an undertaking a that of I) AND I Three brakemf n, Jniin Mil-lehere Stturday to meet hi daughter, Mr. Ohk;JiiB Beck, J. C. S Blackburn, T. trying to convict mm whom he ani hi G. T Farri, of I'ist llernstadt, who came Butley Cwk and John McGlenn. L Jones, Gor. J. Proctor Kuott, W. C. P. party evidently do not want to have conwere arre!ed at the Junction Saturday BrtckinriJge, Cha S Bronton, Ja. Mc-to viit him. victed. MtwiEH J KAN and Maggie liuchanan afternoon by Marshal Newland, who expe Kir.rie, T. P. Hill, M C Saulley, Col. W. The Stanford correspondent of the rienrwl considerable difficulty in doing so. G. Welch, JuJgo M. II Owsley. J. G. Car- and Addie Ottenbeimer came down from had the following in Sun-da- ;' They were very drunk and had opnrd up I'tde, ol Kentucky, also the democratic Crab Orchard Saturday and took Mr. A Covrnr-Jourm"A Louisville drummer cte a Inmbardmetit ol T. L Shelion'H holt I. candidate for A McKinney bck with them. Confrcf are efpecially in atrd quite a tcnutiun at a hotel here the window ol which were entirely deinrl- - viled and expected. Come one, come exMb i C. Goiibv, of Csy, wa all Thurrday niglit br ruhing frantically out itbed. One of the men, McGlenn, resisted r am, ntd by Judge Owley at Liricaiter and let us bare a regular old fashioned atfactorily to all partie and will the door and making known the fact lhat so strongly that n jo'fe had to be called drmocratic lore feast. run for Superintendent of Public School he had lot a brilliant diamond of intrin- which overpowered an-- l tied him. Not beTi.e ' srk Vtiksbnrg, Irora Quebec, for sic value. In an excited manner be ex- ing roidy for trial the men ere tent to cf iid countT. was wrecked Pentland Skerries claimed that he would not have lost it for j til till yesterday, when Malley wit lined MbkAi.1CI1Mili.er left on Sunday morning in company with Mr. I. N. Shep-er- a kingdom and in the same breath he made 10for breach of the peare and S10 tor and nire livi lout. for her mother' damage to SheliotiV hotei; Conk and Mo home in Lincoln the exceedingly liberal oirVr of twenty-fivaiitkrtim:xi'ts. c. inly Mr. Miller' health ha not im cent U the porter if he would lind it. Glenn each $10 for b;ech of the peace ami STmpilhiz'ng among them 525 each for brealing up Ihe ab.,ve men Muuticellu Signal. proved much. I) it. I. It. YATrs enda u a copy 0f everl drummer, kindly proposed to take tioaed property. Neither of the tbre be the large premium list of the ISth Annunl him acro the strttt and prepent him with teg bio to pony up the iriuiile miUiit, Brown CountT Fair to be held at Hiawatha, a likenes of the lost treasure, but his tear thev were remandod to j il . September I'l to 10. The people rl ttutJon still " In ills omlntie tiutlnesi at this HctIik RELIGIOUS. 1 orhr f that section evidently take great inter-1s- t The ?ged Capt. Jame Eubank,who lives in the Uuiud 311' STOKE AT 1M1M' LICK tu agricultural and other Industrial in win couniy near iviiii iutiacn cuurcn, Tne Pwedsntwrgian aflair. S.ate are .uid to number i7 chuiche", !2 On d y lernn. TLn lucailon ts t.IccMJ, the trade seems to have followed closely the ml mtf, the Hook it nuall anj In k1 thr Mit. G. A C. ItocmvTKit, of Kana given to Noah and hi three son 10 minister and 000 member uudeit ami It liju-- t itic llio tor .1 iuu wiiU C itv, Mo , surprised his frUtul 1 he iolnl receipt for June of the Hi capital. here Satur- "bs fiithful and multiply and replenish Ky., anal t Uillonornddrewiuie day afternoon hy suddenly appearing in the earth '' He s'ated to an Isteiiioh bleSxiety were $17,231.17. Volume ol em mn rontlnce you that Palot Lick, their midst. He a on hi return from Joi'itNAL irpresenta'irp that he raised the scripture iunl, ll!oa21. of the above Claims aro True to the Atlanta, Ga , whither he had been to at- fourteen children ami w hen asked for the -- ThcGentral AsrocMion of Kentucky Each Latter. tend the marriage of hi friend, Mij. W. A number of grandchildrwt he smiled and Baptist had or.lf 125 delegate from i3 roaa w.L.nAnsss. Towers, of hi city, to Mis Fannie Hillyer, said that it would be a diflh'ilt a matter churches of "U rwocution", leaving 23 asof the latter city. He wa here onlr a few to enumerate them a il would he to find sociations of 1,100 churches with 1.0 dele hours, the more' the pity. a needle in a haystack. He l.a fiftv odd gate. DEALER IS The editor df thi paper threw aside The absence of Kev. George O Barnes' and uuite a number of hi labvir yeilerdty, and with hi wife The captain letter from our column for a month or t)nk the more delightful task of chaperon i now 01 years of age and i a lively and more miy be accounted fur in the fact that Dry Goods & Family Groceries Ing the following parly on an excursion m.uve a the average man at forty five or he wa exploring Switzerland at Faal re TURXr.USVILLE, via the C. A- O , in Wbiie Sulphur Spring, fifty. He wn a gallant soldier in the war counts, whither he had gone with a friend Kichuixiid, Old Point Comfort, Washing- of IS 12. For a long time he resided near who a kind enough to give hitu the Tho Loading Houbo for Choap Goods, ton Mil Baltimore: Medamc John Bliin, Waynesburg and Somerset, Ky. In thi pleasure of the tour S J. Ejihry, George II. Bruce and P. connection it it stated that there i a lady 11 liw tlint -- Short Anil l.elielri,' In th LAND. STOCK ANU CROP oHle loon fr.miW, ' unit adrpliog tho and Mi'c lthoda Luulord, Sallie froui Memphi Ihiley visiting in thi county, general rule of intromits men of ecl.'iMlui iwlca Vandeveer, Maltie Paxton.Sabra Penning- whose hi s'lAiid' father raited a family of vpar. I totlfr all who owe me, by role or Capt. Gentry bought 0" line breeding to call noil ettle ntonce Thanking all Tor ton, Lizzie Porlman, Daiy Burnside, twenty-oncittlein Mercsr at about 5 cent per lb. children neir Somerset, and p!.tfrorncUBollellirga continuance of lame, I ,.. Annio Brown. W. M. Bright when the tigur , Ho.nkv. About 1,400 pound nice ex- remain jour truly, of thi paragraph are Lieutenant nf the expedition. for male by W. II. Bartlefon, Stanh taken into ocmidira ion, it i an emy mat- tracted ter to airive at the c.ncluMon that the ford. LOCAL MATTERS. G. D. Iloppn sold hla lot of lamb?, atmosphere in that vicinity is tomewhat NOTICE which averaged 7b pound, to B. F. Kjb New Fancy Candie at T. It. Walton'. favorable. inson at 6 cent. LINCOLN tOl NTY COURT. lions, to the wife of Mr. Geo. Moore, on Tin: colored population are much iccen- fcrKCUL TtaM. Jvlv 5, I8S1. Mr. V.. R. Gentry ha left at thi of-Sunday night, a 12 pound boy. eI with Jim Embry, the wife murderer, tice for the Exposition a bundle of orchard A TAcaocT InvlDgrccurirl In the olfico of Justice of tbe l'eacoln civil District No. 5 lo Lincoln and if they had half a chance they would coiiuty, cauf.d hy the death of M. B. Peyton, Patent and straight Hour, meal, bacon, drop him from a convenient limb. They gra eix feet long. The new wheal that ia coming to mar- tiolntmentor L. H. Aduu, r..i..H U ordered ly and lard can always bs found at S, S. Mj-e- n say that the reason he killed the woman ket Sb of excellent quality and pells readily. tliet'ourt that the Coroner nf Lincoln county, . & Co V. Dauahterty. (the ShetllThtinKa candidate) be wa uecaue ene uivuigen tue lact 01 in There i no over eupply cf wheat that J. he ll heroby commaDded to cauw an elecatd tion to be held In FaldihildUtllct on tho 1'iriit Mv customer would confer a great favor participation in the innrder of the colcr.'d weigh nixty-thnpounds to tho bushel. Mo 11 (1. J 111 AUKllfct, whtol Jasl!51,0,,tbo by filling and settling their accounts. It man, John Carr, in Boneyville, near here Commercial. I'enco to fill tho vacancy In aldfflce. frnla election Ii to be held by tbe offloorn annotated t? hold in July now and I need the money. Mr. two year or more ago. It will be remeui In Wasted. To buy a Btnall, well produc- the regular election and the all rejects conducted regular election; and bered that he wa shot dead one night a he ing farm with good improvement', worth In th f.iino manner a Kate Dudderar. Coroner Is directed to give notlco of the "tne tbe door A little child of Mr. Burn, who live eat with hi family in hi house and altho about 51,000 1 nleo want to buy 100 shoal br advertisement posted al tbe uu 1 at tbe nlace of voting in raid Dlitrlct and by at Stanford Junction, died Sunday of chol Jim and several other negroes were eu weighing about 100 pound. W. II. Birt-Ieo- nublicaiion In the I.iTKitioa JovaxAi newraner. Aiv. Atl J01INBLAlN,Clk.L.C.C. Stanford. eia infantum and wa buried in Buffalo pectcd of the foul deed, it wa not proved on them. Carr was an especially henest aold hie new Cemetery yesterday. V. J. Kendrick, Sr., and upright man and objected strcnoutdy to wheat crop to Janica McKcchnie & Siua at Thkouciii a mistake the Stanford Fe Embry and the other penitentiary birds SOc per bushel. J. AV. Dune in bought five male College i advertised to open on the taking leading parts in the management of head of 3 year-old- , flaviigleued thlsdutlrAl.le rewrt and 6001b. cattle, at 3J and 2d Monday In Sept. It will open on the rnoT.itei! It, 1 am now prepared to accomthe church in which he was steward. Thi 4c. of John Bell. Monticello Sigual. modate tbe public at the lolloflnp rates: 1st Monday in Sept, which is the 1st day of and Ihtymurdered incensed the I 7 CO Danville Coukt. Small crowd About Iloirdacd lodging, per wkL that month. - 100 Per dtj Embry' wife Mated that Jim 150 cattle on market, elling Ht 3 to 5 cts, a Per meal him. 60 00 The Uattering promise of rain, which haded the gun, Perry Morriton knocked in fall of about I cent since court day. Cottage of - rooms kud cook room, per week. 10 OU ' " 1 rodin " " " 7 S CO Friday morning disclosed wan not realized the window to attract hie attention and Jim Some inulea on market, pelting at from $75 Single room, per week Ir own rooms and who and the scorching eun continue to dry up Ingram fired the fatal shot. Beside a to $150, offing to mm and quality. Pin;: Fsnilllf" at theitimUh (if week S 00 Hotel, per loird whatlittlo moisture there wag left in the term in the penitentiary for bigamy, Jim hoiee eold from 50 to $S0. No two families ran occupy the time cottage without first making a tprcl.il contract. Special earth, The fields have become sere and ha been in many bad scrapes.but if he get to clubs. No ponons allowed to taka water Gil Zoeler, aged 11, and Elmer Krei-de- r, 11K in jgs unltvi be lor has been a boarder, yellow and the corn i pinched and stunted out of thi kh eaiily a he has out of former Accotnnindatluu for horses. Accommodaaged 10, were drowned in Louieville, tions farnlihid from the train at all time. almost beyond reclaim. Let us all pray ones, it will be a surprise. A hemp-pullinf A'. . EXGLEHAS, Sun-Jawhile bathing. seem a very sure thing this time. for a refreshing rain. m al-m- July 22, 1884 grade flour. Bright CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTY. fancy candle, cake, etc., Pink Cottaue Honey foreale by T. II. Walton. CV. Mis Nannie Uilmore, of Pulaikl, and Jl'ST rectivcil, a cir load of freh bolted the Mistea Iarri, of Danville are vislliDgl Koneale cheap -2- 5,000 pound of low S. Myeri A - j ILiaJL. V A Cnrran. manl ftptntit XrfTllrrnn. I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley ij 'H 3 """ f !...I7 " aJL a lt Dmuni x yuniiMi. -- I Dl N H I B I1 3r E H IIII IB k B,'l WHOLESALE AND HETAIL- - 11 31 -- AND m JIM! ERS DF -- FLOUR ID MEAL d, half-doze- t WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- - e WAGONS, BUGGIES AtfD CARRIAGES, 11 Da-bird- tv-er- And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- r-- ALSO THE- - IHtost Complete Xaixie Hard ware and Queens-war- e -- y, IN THE CITY.- - il We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, Patronage. yes-terda- And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your - L-it- n-- ar et BRIO-H- T & CURRAN. STORE FOR SALE. Kna, com-mun- 1 ll I II KlIIAIf&ll OEx$.? Car JE&Q W. C. BAIIEY ALWAYS OX XIAXD FUJLIi STOCK OF - J. e Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-- ' ware, Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- 0PELECTI0N. VERY- LOW prices eraFO R CASH, Short-timo And to Prompt Payiug goods sold on long timo. -- Customers, No e 1 USE, Coi.rt-lIo.is- o CriCMlM ff&EIHSraP Hade from the bent Minnesota IV It en I. n, For sale oul j by T. K. WALTON. HALE'S WELL. thor-onah- iy -- TBY- ht Ne Pis Ultra Coffee, BEST KOASTED RIO, rts 201-t- A.s Good, cis .rtoxLOlsLles. T. R. WALTOX. g For Hale only by r ! "fat. riioFKssio.i it "Don't," A Burtrv K4itton Don't give your photograph to rden, nq'r "I vhai treated in a shameful manner, A.tal SAX U. BUftDKTT. t. W. BtWK. he began yesterday, na he halted a police- rask for theirs. BUHDHTT A UltOWN, Don't accept any presents from men unJuly 22, 1884 man on Gratiot street. Stanford, Ky., A.T J A. W , (If Kt'iitticlty rnUcrallr, I.liitnn, Ky. less they be lbwers, candle or inexpensive "Have the boys been after you again?" Ur In lh ...r S i JtuV'ti!. tut MT. VEKSON, KV. Tlnn le wroivUu tt,, 'n .k l,,lmi, nu.lo'.l fnurw sImkiI III "No, der poys vhas all right. It vhas a books. The Deadhead, , """"'" i"in" liwiiwias Tulllan ANDEHBON, RoiMlnarimll;,!,,,. Tflrphr .il.llr ltir Hoekiaat ALBX. Don't allow yourself to he under an ob I Mr. LOUIsVlLLrT cJrNASHVILlrlfcftrffj Morn-int- j, young man who makes a fool of me. He I Ulna rKirlint m an. r..)iil M 0-. ,t v) The Creitoa Jowa) Every Sunday A-'JLiA."V, ATTOUN13V rm IJI..l.rr,.tr r.itn Nui- ,,,, I "" "I 1 rafts a ljjI J IMJlM tfu ll"l irill.liliuMi lmpi"1 s.H,, of editor, anyf! "Ye, comes into my place two or three weeks ligation to any man. in ("peaking DANVILLE, KY., rr.l.llrl a THE ORKAT i i Don't flirt for the sake of flirting and Will Practice In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining :,J Inm l ' rHitl"'I.H. :: .,rIn.. l. iiii.inf.i m n ii. mi ..... ago mid says Lc vims n society reporter mit Thi. hMuiih.1 .. .. ''. k.i.i-.- '' : :.-kind friend the newspapers reporter in a .H. I a baper. Dot vim nil right. If anypody don't encourage any man's attentions un- counties, and In the Court of Arrests "'."'' """".'''r " " r MilMill Rllr. 't fill .;'"."'.' 'V'"'-!- ' ILllLIt l(.KMTII.UiUtti,,kt. deadhead, and eo is the editor too. TLc """""'' less you feel very certain that his company likes my society I doan' bounce him oudt." editor Is particularly deadhead, if he ii J. H. FIBU, may not become disagreeable, AttornuyA.1 "What did he want?" proprietor of the paper he (jives his time And Matter Commissioner Hwkcanle Circuit Ueur, Don't use slang, noi, in common par he says to me: 'Mis "Vbell: MT VKItNUN, KV. and attention to between mealp. Yes, he 'a Will ter Oaderdunker, how you like me to say lance, try to be smart by saying curt things tions a practice in th Itockoastle Courts. Collecspecialty. Office In llTSj a deadhead. He has an annual pais on the your daughter Katie gif a and doing odd ones. THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL J. I. M. Crow road that he has not used in in der baper dotund eaferytings vhas love LEE P. UUPPMAN, Don't hope to entertain gentlemen with rr TJ four year?, while he is flooded barty last week three or G J2 O N Aud ttitt Iii.Unlie ly like Boston style?1 Vbell, I feela tick- ice cream, angel's food and grapes. They bTAKFOKD, KY. with requests for local space in which the Office 8outh side Main Street, two doors abort coffee and a sandthe Myers Hotel. excuniona, land led dot my Katie vhas to be in der baper don't like it. A cup of company advertises its Courier- Pure Nitrous Oxide Uas administered when rewich will be more relishing. nnd I set oop der peer." quired. sales, etc. Probably S200 worth of adverOne year for onlr wi piwrs for llttto Don't think it necesary to have refreshWljfiont Change and with Speed Unrivaled "I didn't eee the item." more tliau tbo irU of one. tising is Rived thi road in the course of a DR. W. D. PENNY, "Nopody sees it. After a while der re ments every time you have company. You favorSH&jflTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE yeir. Yes, the editor is peculiarly DontlMf. Hy piylrmmJlyoii porter comes around und tells me dot it should put a higher estimate on your so ttWLLU STANFORD, KENTUCKY. your b.ime Um with wil, rclre fr one year FROM tr,tlSLLS TO Til ed psraonage. A show comes to town, the t'junrr-Jiiuriiathe vhas growded out. He feels very sorry cial and intellectual attainments. rriris.'n.nilrrt navipiperuf tliehiutli, dtuioorat-l- c e hour OOce nrer llobt H. LytVs store 0 and he gets a reserved seat the company e anil fur u tarltf for only, ami the Wst, S to 12 a.m. aod 1 to 3 r. M. Anesthetics al Don't associate with girls who have the from ho says but he can't help it, und fAmiiy n UM.lTr.l I'tlguleit ami alilm ilpslte weekly m tho I'dIIwI mlnlsloml want him there that he may be all the Mrr. tu mailne a sample "tutei. Trcne who obligations (7) 'Mr. Onderdunktr, how you like me to say reputation of being loud in their taste copy of the I'ourlpr-J.mrican do so at this oac. better qualified and under der baper dot your vhife vhas in Toledo or coarse in their manner. Such associaHe give the outfit in to puff the thing. on a visit mit friends? Vhell, I like dot. tions will injure you iu the estimation of nulls, Mobile, aud New Orltans. $23 worth of advertising, gels two or three ! world My vhife vhas home mit der kitchen, but right minded people. dollars in ruoney, may be and the regular customers erery morn-tri- g BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Don't take an introduction, or allow any I will ilfllr Ice to it looks vhell In der baper dot she goes oil at calls him a deadhead. He goes to church In Palace Cars Without Chant This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and man to be presented save through your on a visit." POUND- - trsnis not l" our Unds with'it ONE CENT festival and they give him three cents as all s.irli acts are lUMetu lie prKevutJ brother or father, unless he first sends a re"And you set up the beei?" ?rol9RTHHETOTHE EAST worth of oysters broth for twenty five cents, Accounts due at the close ol eti.li month or when to the full nlentof the Ijt Isi -. .. Cr. wllbeut claor I. Ut...l...l !i "Yes. I like him to make a fine notice, quest and not even then, unless you are a customer iii'lts. .1. i for tie kind menin, 4011. 'Tinnetj t oi.iii"'Ui and forget to thank him n?-t- f now. I McKttlrlck. (IiiiA W.M Moruack. it. k. n.iit certain that his acquaintance will be desirSeeklnc rcmei on th TC line It. T IliuU, a. W Csrunter. tion made in his paper for this benefit cir but it dean come oudt in de baper. He I O ol this road will K. Held, V. HI shop, able. eir raiea cus. Oh, yc, the editor is n deadhead. comes aroundt in a few days und says it Hul.hle, See A,nts of til, c CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, K. Otdi. Klly, for Don't salute any man on the street who V I). 11 hoi m, Illgl The people leave the city and return, or vhas gnowded ondt, but he vhas sorry und C.tAlvW,G.fMlIts, routes LI. A. It. (i. A J V (lorn. W. O. Mciferssaca, does not remove his cigar from his muuth UNDERTAKERS, Louletllle. r. (I. L. Carter new sidewalk, and if the deadhead can't help it. I vhaa tnadt, but M. II I.Tlle. build a r. .1 Hill. J. W. Weathertord, ICY ('. Vatwiy, editor don't happen to find it out and speak he says: 'Mr. Onderdunker, how you like at your approach, nor carry on any converroicirs'is'asv Wm. Ilurten, me to say dot you gif a coffee mit your sation indoors until his head is uncovered. J. A Harris J. r. Murphy, in glowing terms of them or it he is Are prepared to furnish Wood and Metillc Uurlil r. W. tarter, J. M. mil. Don't wear much jewelry and don't overBd. Carter. for his lack of enterprise in not palatial residence, und dot it vhas der most J. II McAllster, Cat, Hvirseaud RurMl Uobes of all kind T J Foster. J. D Jenrs, news. About every oth- rechercho affair of der season?' Vhell, I dress yourself. Any girl can be fashionagetting the latest T M White. J. Q MnalMwery I. A V I. Mart'iuu, Mrs. J. J. Moberfy, er person on earth bores the editor for com always havs sone coffee for preakfast, und bly dressed, but it takes refinement and M.T lliisell. V. R A HIM if der vhas eotne reclieicbe around here I judgment to select tateful styles and be A. I. It. J. Hint. plimentary tickets, and he accsmmodates l.iposltlon In 8. W.Hlteni. i, the huhrst aw.rJ Mcr A NnllJ them whenever he can, but the recipients like some in my family. I bays taxes und coming colors. tyr r"i"si.u'?,iB? 1 "',!,",l!' IK. KINAAIBO .,..,,,"J t the h ufh.m Don't boast that you never read newspa i.,j, Ut ,ktl of this hospitality are not deadheads only vhas as good as anypody. I tells him to Ku,il" and Keels great anxiety for the people of desiiin t) I .1. ."" " ""1 tlt'ltlt.lVN M'M'irir, editors are that infamous style of putridity. go aheadt mit his item, und he fills oop pers. Intelligence is more than half of Lincoln count j and proiulws to do the fair thing TrJcM., wills iilp.ras 1. i I. Ky , beauty. But while it is by no means inipera for them If they will Insure with htm In either ' Editors are awful deadheads they receive mit peer und goes off." (M Iriicdrcat KnglMi Itcincdy, Df IIIMKKU Ais,,AN'llt.K.llv M., t.o.iistilie, Ky The London A Lancashire Insurance Co., of "And it didn't come out?" tive to read to the verge of blue stocking-ism- , Liverpool, whose assets are f.i,Ml,MM. .ir Main of wedding cake with the "coma handful The lloyal, ot Liverpool, aitet JW.W 171, or fur Weak MemoIsa "Not an oudt! He yhas a shwindler. I every free born American woman Ue an.t receive pliments of the bride and groom." If the The Lancashire, of Manchester, aiU orer ry. Is of Drain Power, Ntv'is A PRIZE r"'1 '" lr found oudt he vhas a house painter. You should know something about the current rin.u.viou, cemmsi iirltum, l man of ink and paste and shears, fails to ln mtl. luiK)ten. t, n,l (irnrrsl Iiss i!I 11V iinewtlie to jMy all Imhi front day aaJNtmr-i"' '"is worM I Jfiunea wax eloquent over the multifarous virtues eee how you can fool a man vhen you tick- news. l'o.rrnl the - (leneiatlre tlrans ...'.i i.'." :uh!D aisj tetll v;iit the uiujr.iitty'W) tUfi tin' At 1i( ,... all .1. o..- ,.,a, ,..... u. . .V , . ,..l(V. h. ol uula& !.( Iniprn of the "happy couple." he is promptly vot- les htm elms', right." Ky A Good Time Coming. Write to him or all oa hlui at When the usisre i.nrj, qunue youthful leuc oil ! tne ,.N.ii atuie-- l Irars, siith Ir..!.. Mark. "Well, he's so much ahead." ed a heistly brute " Of course, the editor gauge of the Southern railroads conforms as tnlvrr-a- l lassitude. Pain In the Trr "Maype he vhae, but in a day or two he to that of the other railroads of the pays his printers in weidingctke. It also la k, Diinnex of isloi,, I'rcujs-IrrOcountry C3r- - 3EL- t and lusoy 'ltrri.s-eav-way towards softening the pa- vhill come pack for some more peer. Den the last vestige of provincialism in that goes along HKralSK.ITS that leid to loantv I shall fix an item like di: 'Oar fellow great section will be swept away. The r. lnalliiiid ts Heinle, per fiends who supply the editor raw tVMkes lh -- iccl9. 4& lit. & Awful deadhead is the editor. He townsman, Mr. Onderdunker, who vhas in Ohio river may be a barrier, but the bridges ibirns, retturln Iom or f.'lliu i,'. Louisville, Ky , Cincinnati, ).. and In llaaspolls, or. kivIik to the fe a lirilllaut samp poli- Detroit ten ten years und bay his taxes, at Cincinnati and those soon to hi compleblows like a steam thresher for Chicago tirautr to (hw heel Ind .dealers I.) M.lnwar A Sns. Pecker Ilros '. anl can mop somepody all oafer der floor und ted at Henderson and Cairo, will and when he humbly Halne. i A t Klsiher. Vose A Sons'. IlilJwtn 1 mer.y ..ioern.ltU. tical pale-caAfter Takia. I Co 's Collate, Upright and centre 1'iauo lories, rMiirraysv,-rl- S is sjl.l l,j- - all I)ral.l. t , THK O.Vi.J'MKi: Hl'.V.Si:,(i the successful man that he had preak his bones, und black his eyes, und overcome the obstacle und rail- alwt'ic tstcy, shoninier aud Hjiullton Organs Jl p. kie, or Ml pi.kaveaf.r H U4y' . Instruments sul I at pn.-- a and terms to suit p mail iu(i-- , nil re rtptif prUe greatly assisted in getting into office, he step on him in such recherche styles as road trains will be run solid from one tnd Vull puiicMlar 1st psw bui, which will t Ion"i utv jour orderr til. yuu art our Cars! Iiuvl!,e. Ky prices and term' has to shout through a deaf ear, and gets beats Boston all to pieces in der middle of of the country to the other. maiieo iri loev.ry appn ut. jjreM a, I com. AND SOLID TP.AINs . f ujuBiraii.His in in. mjnuucturf. Detroit Free Press. his trouble for pains quite likely. Edit- - last vbeed!" When the South his more cotton mills .u fit it. i v LOUISVILLE m., TO CHICAGO Kitim Cltr Ma .ors are all wolves. Tbey live on the fat of and foundries, when the coal and iron She TooK the Lot. J'iiM IB M.nforJ Lv i'.unv . Ml,i.r . ill " I the land when they pay for it I'ruiuista evvrrwhrtr rrariat Snrirr .:"""r" "osn "Do your women customers bother yon is utilized by steel rail mills and iron ....... n P.n.u. ..L. , ",, -Jv... irriT. in ine KB r. .......A........ , ii.i, -. r . ljul..il,. lilt A Touching Story. works, when the forests are being turned Ky. much?" aked a citizen who was talking to l.0UllTlllr, Softly the tender touch of the June a Woodward avenue grocer the other morn- into articles cf export, implements and UrrcnraisllF, fratrfonUt llle, ijirurptte tools, when the great suar districts are all breeus fell upan the face of the dyiog ing ullliout clianro. brought under therouh cultivation, when E. H. BURNSIDE, youth and stirred the beautiful brown hair "Well, the seldom want to pay the pricee. tabi.k in csreleas curls upon his pure white fore- It seems natural for them to want to beat corn and wheat are alternated with cotton Il.llr Dally head. In a golden cage by the window, down the figures. There comes one now and clover restores the tired soil, when This Old Well - Known I.re. Itulsvllle .. . ? p IU h til a la low sweet notes, and by the who probably wants strawberries. Here new railroad lines are made necessary to a bird sang its Maintains its Arr (.rnriteasti. Hotel s hi 2 0 p m 2 M bedside stood those who loved htm. The are some fresh ones at 15 cents per quart accommodate the increased volume of trafHigh Roputation, hi 3 01 p u Koute East " lfsyrtte U 'Mam so p " ChUago glorious sunlight flooded house and street and yet if I should ask her only 11 cents fic, when gardens and vineyards deck the 0 AN 'Mam i o in blue of beaver. she'd want 'em for 10c." plain and ornament the valley, when the and park and lightened the rs, to all pvlKIs la W iwumm, Proprietor ii Determined that Washington, Philadelphia. N.Y. ehraska, Ac MluBe.u. lam, It whs such a morning as brings life to the Say, try it on, just for a joke. If she pastures of the Blue Kidge are dotted with Its Shall bo Second to no Country (urther luffmM.on it The only line n.nu.i herds and Hocks and when new cities spring world, not death, and the joyous face of asks the price put it at II." 1H Hotel in the State in in Pare, UuluilJe. K- . . nature was in strange contrast with the sadThe grocer agreed and presently the wo- into existence in the Southeast, then will Appointments, or AttenPULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAE8 who stood waiting man came up, counted the 1G boxes of ber- the world understand what a glorious prosto Comfort of dened hearts ef thoe tion their Guest. the coming of the invisible angels. The ries under her no'e, and, of course, in7uir-cd:- " perity and wealth is the heritage of the CENTfiSL 0. 1 Railway Register. South. blue eyes, fast fading, opened feebly, and raox aad from t be de DietiaaewlllbseoBTsredto bent over tho the silver haired minister "Have you any strawberries thta morn The Good of a Timely Shower "I free of charge. Special acroratnolatl ns I.oiilHvllIcC'liiclniiiuiaudLcx. "illucUrnisH IIunlo.M to Commercial Travelers. The liar nlll youth and with quivering voice spoke to ing?' was mighty thankful for that rain we got alvraja sipplled filth the choicest ItiKton, Ky., & him. 'Yea'm." breads of Llqiori end Utters, yesterday." ''Da you know me, Frank?" "Fresh ones?" "Yes, it did the corn a world of good. rsoM"Yes, sir," was the low response, "and "Yes'm," How many acres have you got planted in to All Points Connecting In same depu with fait trains lor Central Kentucky all the others, who ire wltb you. it is "In quart boxee?" College. North, East, West 4 Southwest. corn?" eo kind of them to be near me as the shad "Yes'm." "I've got no corn planted this year at all. Fast Line Ketween owe darken, and the mists of the valley .STANFORD, KY. "How much?" I wasn't thinking about the crops." thicken and chill me with their dampness." The DireotBoute to Lynchburg, Dan "Only 11 cents per box, madam." A V1XV1SSATI. "Well, how, then, C3n the rain benefit m "Are you quite ready to die, dear boy?" ville. Norfolk, Schiduleln Effect June i. Uil. With a Full Corps of Teachers, "I'll take the whole lot," she quietly ob- you?" awo "Yes, sir; oh, ye?, quite ready, you know served, as she banded out a $5 bill; and u. I, "You see, I don't often get a decent din- This Institution will open Its Kif.e.-ntlio, u Sorru-HoiSever since the first robin ol spring sang in tske 'em she did, Kesslon All Virginia and Nortb Carolina ..Jslly liahy on the 1st Monday In rirptenit.r neat. ner at home, ai my wife says she can't cook Points. Dally r.i. bun. Kx un the trees, there" h8 been a man right nest For tickets anj lunher Inf'irrualloc. apply to The citizen disappeared that moment and in hot weather, but yesterday there was to yoiiriiMft ticket office or. a.Mresi door learning to play on the cornet." the grocer somehow believes that it was a hare been a church picnic and she fixed ALL THE BKANCHEa OF A u-W.J II ei ii, SL? 98l?; Is7-.- r. II. AltMII.I), A cloud pasted over the sun; the bird in put-uAdvertising At Ticket ami Paas All., job between the two. Vffl".'."';;.: J ',' E S S 2 J Ii Detroit up a lunch basket for the preacher's table, ."HO H Mill ii m Uuiavllle, Ky THOROUGH ENGLISHCOURSE its golden cage stopped its song; the blue Free Press. ' w but it rained so that the picnic could not M.lT"' ''"iiiwt. eyes, closed wearily the invisible nnscl enl Msnauer, (len'l Paw'r Atft. n m Are taught, as well u ArrWlni hestvr.. It is atid that the elder James Gordon come off". To keep the preacher's lunch I it i. IU KlchmnnJ, Virginia had came. Merchant Traveler. w Bennett once sat down on his chief editor from spoiling we had it for dinner and it MUBIC. THE IiANOUAOEa. DllAW. aT .V'L...... '?-Tiip- m, m ,, Ji: A'of ths Girls Qnly, M s o),, i -- LKAIlJf TIIL'TH ABim-The occasicu win something like this: The was the best dinner I've bad since we were IHO AND PAIKTINO. TH- EI.vr. Wlnchevlxr ... n au ..":.r . . " " dispel an illusion," said a deal- editor came to ' m "Let me Arr Itlehmi i ii 1 ' T ?Z ' ' ' Bennett and ghid that a married. There was no end of chicken and " ' 4V er in gum. "It is not boarding-schoo- l " KuwUud .... .'"' new man named Smith had brought in jellies and that sort of alleviations l'! Don't i n OHIO and eeminaries ih&t consume all the cum many ''big points." The editor was MISSISSIPPI H. W, half I tell me that rain yesterday didn't do any Iu Tuition, prlii range from 35 to fM la U .Su. 6, ho. I, ;'ourn-IK)iM- i "i ii .made. It is not alone fair girlhood to in favor of employing Smith on the regular Departuients. I'rinaty, tn; Dilly It was the most refreshing shower Kb; Prcparatojy, 840. and Colfejlate, Interuindlate Dally. r.x bull Kx H ii IJ0. which its reductive nature appeals. Men Jar fltsff, but, said he, "Mr. Bennett, the we have hnd for year." TfXis Siftines. Lre. Itowland cliew a sooil deal. I can't undertake t Only Lino .TfJ.T.v.'-.rhi a w For full particulars, is to Boara, Ac.. aiMrosi " latcMler ... ion can't write grammar." The man whli lj pasriin"rs " Mrlinii.B.1 ... I A p M 10 10 a hi .f, aay how much cum is sold annutlly, but was Bent for. In 1SI9 Capt. P. I Ihilard, of this city, Hits. k. v. rnvr.HKAtir, ivwicIiimI, Hmt'ierii Hailwaj from ihn line i.f l!ie Cincinnati a iu o a m lie came into the avful " Wlnclnelfr.. Ii.ivb,. 'lanfonl, Lincoln Co.. Kr. OiiiiiIIiim liaim. P m II Hsu 7 dO a m no doubt, the figures, if could be got at, are pretence. 1st III riiiilmiiill- - l,ili rmils mer the same Arr. Lx c.A d.iii" Mr. Bennett iiueationed him. and Judge Emory Whlttaker, of Mty. .1 emit .... the itraihl- I Vmral PiftcAt.dr i.,.....,. .ur . t Itirni ...T...... appalling. Only think of the vjst wsFt The young man knew every politician, ville, separated at Meriwether' Hotel m I.re IhjIuioii oo p I., i at p m 7 aiaieiiirni ill r.vil linn tlint ijtir is i.iihii. i.iuDlbui .ia i) SM p m ,, lu of muscular power in chewing it. I have banker, merchant and public man in the (ImiiioKtl Arr Jrii ii.n.snr inIt ynut mi, i a Frankfort, and never ww each other aa n ii the ji.iHnii.iA Mtssisa piit It'y. Is a Us I.e IVlHeheeter 1 M p hi in had far.tiutic dreams over it If it could city. Ho knew every uteamship, lilT,ite imripieserilaii . Arr Pari every until last Fridsy. when ther met on ilie llllpi) mi ii iu t: (.o n , p a I.se Paris .. .. a to p ii, only he utilized, the power of these thousands exchange and every public office. Ben-ne- very identical ppot on which they trok ni jj I' in Sill .lll,y liJIll' am Arr CyntliUua . tt 1 1: m ji a .n in .ml il lins nlihnut trensler loriaMeti- " Prtlmoiith munching tiway and thousands of jiw leave of each other mere than thirty-livJ5 p iu ,., .,, Afier questioning J p in ; ft i win inipreneed. " Corlnitton ?, iiiirriuciiiaM I noli. Hr anv M i in I . II .10 a i j hours scd Lours why. what results it the yotine man for ll. ' r r. ..Iu vu liiitiiiiaii mil ii ip a ml.) . .. " 'KM awhile, he told the years ago. Though both have changed ill ", t.ii. would tiled ia mechanic! pomewhnt in appearance during the long .MAV.SVII.I.i: IIK,im; editor to employ him. "And hid ru"DlnK ,wo Ial,Jr " 'Tin1 Oniv j:' Oh, yn. men chew gum lots of them trains to 61. naitl the editor. Iph Iiik I In lniitti rl 7emiin Then Uennpt interval, the recognition was mutual, and lii.ls, u.HiTSiilr'Sc, ,i iu aud J i w. !' iMSSr Koatii.lloiNi), . ilo. Ii'a a batiit that j'Ow on one. Ita showed his greatness. "Damn outli connect rih e'ntrs Ir. in ili- -Ink" Iliolulling towui, Ii grammar the meeting was a very pleasant one indeed. only. r.x. hu.,.1:, Hist train, chi lid. i.. il . ...n. i.n ficinaiioT U bttrajed imwidi-titel- Give us fact!" x fcirful Richmond Register. iiecilnn wuli all uinriiliiK tr.HMlrotu at, I.iult to Lto Covington f$& Hie U.a ei il urlll vest pnticeuinttn hto yielded f'J h' n 7 00 a I'll 7 XI ixinntou a , j 3o ,, ASunnE.v Cuangf. "Doyou remember Pails. JK n .. n Olilv I illlfl '" ' nrifiiinall.l Bucken's Arnica Salvo. to. There i a young fellow ihat buy of i ' ii in Joe Grime.-?- " tisked Filzgoober, at dinner. niniiiiir in. ut .mil lininitiiince i I lie only lite .!" 9 I? p Tho best Salve In the worlil for Cuts, Drutsct, t)k Hcartec'io ar.-- l rdlcvo r.U t;,nm,trouMfs we steadily who is victim of the habit -- . .. i,i uu a in fi t n which can guarantee tuiittnuous trip. .1 b oiwiii juaet-to- cf tlijfc.Bt u Buc Uas "Who, that old i monkey who Sores, Ulcon, Salt Klieum, Fever bores, Tetter, He compUini and often fay he tufI.cj he .aunn, Drowalnrss, Diatnea afti-- (iitinir. KuiirNillil Dally Trains (.Irclnnall to fct. Limit ." Misrule ;O0 ( u Oil n in 10 Rl) ft , used to hang around you so much?" aiked Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corn, aril all hkln r- I rery 1 p iu i v r mist renin., m ihM' T.nliis Uurs llin i.b. Par$ ,i it. I3ut lie's the only man could overcome I'rnptlons anil posltnely cures I'ilea, or no pay relor Cam am Jt u u ui, Day Iraina, lnlno ablotucctte h- tt iira v. ulucur.t'j Mr. Fiiz. JslivpUiK Cars on NUht Trains. HotTll.Iioin. quired. Is Is guaranteed to give perfest MtUfac-tlo- n No customer that comp'.ctinr. I ho ton like tntii( or cm ..i any ilaaa ol "Yes, the same man," replied Fitz, "he ouly. I.x. bun. x m,,. or money reluu'lml. I'r.ce 21 cents per box. it. You see, there are a good many who has cisiiKtoi, i;fy jiaiK.nger For sale by Fenny A McAllster. I.re MsysTilie., returned to the city to stay." beta sent In n Through Car All ! IV.' m find the habit beneficial speaking, for $ w'2"o"pi.i J Oil 11011. piMctiijers aro can led on P.xpreae "The hateful wretch. I wish he could Heartftcho.y Tijlin' IlieMiurlMt aud ijuli !.ejt l.lne Liver f art rrVLItthCi.r ng rillearcdically frrnn a number of trade men Quite -: An Want Answered, -P- aluablo in tciiMJi tlon, Mmersturghave stayed away. He has an old wart on ami pr vuit .la'J tj:!!! : tlii'lunall In M. trills .No oiunllmt Can anv one lirlnz lis a nasi, of Klilnpv Ar T.lvpr th's ar.noylnc tnpla nt, wli.io th. y also corri-c- t transfer iu Cincinnati lor pattenger irom C.d.K.It, chew it. It help keep their voices in shape his jaw that has alwayH made me sick to Complaint tint Klectrlc Bitters will not spcoillly nil cllorili rs of tho etomach, nttmuht" tlio liver for the weir and tear they nre ubect to in look a j t. ut. You Bay he's come btck to live?" cure? We .ay tlicy can Dot, as thousands of lasts cad ululate tho bowels. K en If tiny only curul I rm. t jj & iJiitlon;jOj ,, ,,,,, H0 Chicago Tribune. their bueincn. l aiiiioiiiii icxinitnoi ailon Nn in.iTii- - i ''Yes, he went West, you remember, and already permanently cured und irhoare dally recJouxxY on Dof.a. The Drg ia a great has made $500,000. He has bought the ommending' i:iectrli UliliTi, will prore. Iirlght's 2 Disease, Diabetes, Weak Hack or any urinary coui- Bourne of national wealth hut the Bufla-low- s finest mansion in the ' city and lonoure.niin inns in 1'ayanJ !tep. Acho lliry would t. . ""it plaint quickly cured. They purify the blocd, U uarly extincted. He ia knockter-ni- l No. 31. Hnn5.v w trcfsinscjuipluint; bat form- - w mlli r f rum this "Oh, Fitz' broke in the lady, "do bring ....... "JiVi1" ' .. . ii ' 'rJV.' i'elmoulh n i, the bowels aud net on the diseased parts, -- .' aadoesnotuidlHro.aiidthoja I ... "T iiilarepr'seiiMllons. tu Iih&'oi aiedo- - or,.. nately their ejnir an pers-in- malln? in his habite but he don't equeel likes him to tea with you this evening. I will Kvery bottlo suarnnteed For tale at SO tents a whonncotrytnem w.llflndthieolittlotilllavalr.. lliem ure imvurlliy the t iuti lenre ol the public, M; nrrlT l.ixlngion a bio In eo many v, aya t hnt they i not be twilled - 'rl'.s..-- i the .Mules & pig. u id V. A be so delighted to see him again." not ouly lu tliesii, bu' pi olher mutters. x Atlan bottle by Penny McAllster. to uo wuQVUi mem. uui aucr an eicu ucau. fIJtHdaytleBieJ.cxli,tfi j,n "..,,n",',y."ar- "r you dont give dogs enough to eat he ta Constitution. If "i. arrive i1 """ lea 15 nin N-,I ITLefhlo A Lawyer's Opinion of Inttrest to All Iln ATil tin Incomes &o avaricious that he will nttact .,t MlM.1. SMUrV,BW!:''Mt.rs-Tr.- n. V We have received a beautiful pictured iilppl liullw.iy guarauteea the Lorrectuois of Its J. A. Tawney, Esq , a lead attorney ol iv iuui.u, Human people and on account of hid great stutfltuentaniid erery pr.miUe ma.le thi public Minn., writes; "After using It for more than tinea Fidelity to Man he is called the King of tho Southern Exposition, which opens at years, I take great pleasure In atatluj that I regard la thobsno of fo many Uvea that here 't where we will Imnrrled out In the letter. For rellabla Infrrmatliia In regard to Louisville, Ky,, Aug. 17th and continues Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption as the nako our crcat toast. Our puis euro it whllo Land, lull , and tho Beaatfl. Ac In Western lilatrs, Jlupi, (itildes Clncl othcridonot. teacher he learnt to talk french at until Oct. 25. The view is of the main best remedy In the world for Coughs and Co.'dt. It TUla aro very email and and loneslsprclol ratnslur Tickets and Household Our 01.1 1 Cartor'a LltMo Liver rtty easy to take, Ono or two pills ninkea dose. (JooJs toall points Wcdtrallonor.-iiKlreeMien Krautachewanger'n Boarded School building, which ia one of the largest expo- - has never failed to cure tho most tetere Colds I ). II. ALMJP, They ro ttrlctly vccitablo and do not grlpa cr andshesaya if you want to make n dog aition buildings ever erected. It have had and Invariably rellorw the pain In the Passenger Ag't Ohio A Allululppi Itallway, who . 1 . E. ilOUsi; Ucovers 13 chest." Trial Dottles ot this lure cure for at' puree, but by tin Ir puitlo action pleaen all r3olJ rur-II iieoihcm. m,alsiiti,3ccnti: tlva forfl. utand on hh Hine lega in french and make acres of ground and will be lighted thro'out Threat aud Lung Dlieates may be Lad trie at PenW.RHJffilW or seat by taalf, W.W.PBABOBV. by CtassMa ti trywhere, Hiugh, you just 0 Reiervoir Mon by h Pres't and (Jen'l Jlan'gr, Ocn'l Pi. Agt, five thousand electric lights. CAHTETi 2IL'I)ICI.E C0.,Xcir York, ny A McAllucr's Pruj Store Large tlie SI. Chair. Clm Itmatf, Ohio. 'VUWAa nPr Oea. ivs,, gt. I T iiw "ikvhas CnwdeJOut." Young Ladies --Vy) H ' ' ArCOltMSVH 131-l- WCtWU- VM0& l.lk-n. .,. li ;i M 1 -- '. ".. M-i- Through Trunk Line v. y X Qruml osnbi nation Journnl t, Court-hous- e. It OI3NTIHT, Weekly rn reri-nu- SOUTH & WEST "'" ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! PER POSTED .iiu If-.I. . rlc Peerless Traction Engine. 'tftf-a- Fire! Fire! Fire! xevkk hi:atkx tx:si ''"" -- (JlS-lu- i, l I I . "WVt.s Co., I s dJ.",;U.'rr ' " MOX KOUTE." Railway. I'llll man ps-pe- 1. II. Ititlduin . Potl-uiU- c, 19,1-t- t, trium-umphant- ly t- -r Jv' -H, Louisville, New Albany -- rnlnce jti.im iv; .!- MYERS HOTEL, 1 STANFORD. KY. Propr and Still 'II.H CHESPEMllOIIDfi!.:- -3 Kentucky's CriJ,tt Jo, 1 1 A SOLID TEATN! WASHINGTON CITY, Shortest Quickest Koute -- Stanford Female nxr77 TsTorli. 'KXI.VTO p "!.&:: - " - TERMS MODEKATE. rrr "' k ,' regu-,goo- The CARTELS ffllTTLE ii..n i . in I . ,i-57vvrtK- gram-maiV- EPI LIS, WER .. 1HAi:.-'lttem.l- ..4 I y '' ,.. II 1 . "P Jiii 1 tt J Till' ' oar-face- d iiit's . (i It. A"cll..:; 1 SIM fe f 111 -s 1 t-.- is" $ Soilil'Dally Trains iei-ula- to ",.":,,. fcj , ' r'..-l- s C- ACHfc. !.,. awllUl w s Sa&lSOT" -. v j