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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884072901 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. $mmZZmM VOLUME XIII. Answered. Cor. aMl KM M VntrAAMtn ,S.U Attack an of the Clevelandwhich hitte ?UUl,U'iAUIUS3UtUlUl VJUMUUU attack jie chnr.tcter ROCKCASTLE SPRINGS. fitefio 1884 DANHLLE. BOfLE COUNTY. Hhel-tgalnet unfit al NEW LAHCA9TEU ADTKUTIHEMKMK. SERIES.-NUMBER;- 27L STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. JULY 29, The attention of lhe"Merr ISachelora" of Stanford in called to the following Hat of young ladies now at Rockqaatle Springs1 Miiiee Ella Olssebrook, Ida Meade, Sail Taggart, Annie Coker, Klla Taggart, Sueie Finnie, Suie Yandell, Lena Hom, Mattie Xetherland, Jennio Granger, Jeeeie Otter, I Bessie Newman, Lula Moucka, Jennie Mo r), of Louisville; Pauline Sampson, bvllle; Jennie Maguire, Lexington; Viola joviatt, New Orleans, etc., etc. Fane ,treM( phantom and masked balls are all the country dude, with nimble, fantsstio toea are especially needed rnj-ijan- d rosy-faced JUDGE M. J. DURHAM ta a CaailMate Air Congre-- s In the 8th Dlitriet Dr. 1. 8. Warren is stilt in Somerset in subject to the will of the Democracy. hcen made on flov. Cleveland has been to D. V. WALTEB attendance on a very tick child. Mr. Win- trivial (i ml fliuiy that titer are supremely V. P. WALTON. field Scott, of the firm of J. M. Hackney & JAMES II. SIcC'ICEAKT LANCASTER, KY. made. That ridiculous where Co., is quite ill with dux; alto Mrs. II. M. OAc ovsr CttlUm National lUnk. Offlct hour I a Candidate for CongreM in the Eighth Watoiet be found nothing of more conMfiiietiCe can from S to 12 a. m. and from 1 to 5 r. if. Llnney, mbject to the will ol the Democracy. 1'ubUntiril Tit c ml aw ami fVddivii against the Governor ia the ttrongeat evi Itev. It. A. Johnstone preached at the a. x. idibrt, u r. hubrlx. dtnce of hi invulnerability. The republl. First Presbyterian ehdrch Sunday morn HUBBLE & BUHDETT. H'J.OO A.NNUJI ?tn le echo and exaggerate ing. Iter. Dr. Newton, of Millertburg, ATTOBNEVH A.T HiA.W, LANCASTER, KY. have to objtrtiunt wldcli Tauitnacy has brought When paid trlctly In alrance. If conducted the services at the Walnut street HTOCK Will praetlec la Garrard aad adjoining couotlst wall anr Unit. 93.00 wilt bo charced. him. The cheif of thcae ia that he morning and and Court ol Appeal. Offlca In the Koblnaon block, M. K. church, South, Sunday COMMISSION MERCHANT E 134-- 1 Boulh Side Public Square. J vetoed a bill to reduce the fare on tho New night. rive centn at all U5HM STOCK TAB&S. York Kif vaied railway to Intelligence of the Oilole Preston Sexton, who was so brut On tho western rido of Central Park, hours of the day and that he thus showed tally beaten and shot at Junction City a CINCINNATI, omXOt, week ago last Saturday night has been imitrj near 103d elrret and 8lh aventietand that hu h d the interest of the mooopolits OFFFiCE IN'SUEEP PEN8. a row of elm tree, diflinilt to approar h on rather thin the workingmen at heart. now. proving for several days. His physicians Rt'"c--Merehaniwiowth of erritU'i l)iili The abttirdity of this beenmts at once apNational BaaVTC3. account of a he-.now think the chances good for his recoFair Ploy. "of On a branch of one of parent on an examination of the facts, en around them ver. Xlitor Interior Journal: Thn ftmlt.l nhnrr.h at Junction CitV ati.Saleam.n,J ; feflTON. them tret', nM.it atxUerr feet from the whtcn the republicans rcrupuloiwly sup. In your issue of July 23th you state Hog Salnman-- B. cround, a pair of Iiillimore oriole pel to F. GREENE. on the authority of Mr. J. I). Owens that was) dedicated Sunday morning by Rev. P. W. M. CONMKBL. building nel a lew week ago, The In the firrt place the fare on the road was in the field trial near Lebanon, between the T.'Hale, of this place. Before tha dedicachose the extreme-enof the bough, with already at five cent for two hours every ' McCormicfc and Wood machines, that the tion ceremonies commenced a debt of $340 working, j McC'ormick was victorious. We beg leave wai extinguished by contribution! made Millinery & Dress-Maki- ng moriiiiig nod evening when efldent intention of making it a I r eiFflraent'forujr-iri'iiteto attempt men had ooeaslotf'to travel over the road, j (0 ubmit the following extract from a let on the spot. to molest them. Out In their eicet-- of A reduction of the fare to five cenH during (erju,t received from Mr. Nichols, a very In the quarterly court Monday there of the day would not have benefit, reliable agent of theWood machine. B.AG. were three petition cases and seven sum nlist the caution they appeared not to oln-rr- e lln,rr. snd InTite.n in.pectlon Jt tk, SkJ! were kten ed the workingmen, hut would simply have whore ej the ftr per-on- a Messrs. Brioiit & CuitiUN. "Facta can monses. One of the former was that of W. Mla Crnthla Carjon, who la aa expert In thateaw. enough to aee the first Ulnr of the Utile givrti the proftwdonal and buiinest men an ' be nothing less than facts and il is a fact V. and M. F. McKnight vs. the L. &. N. R. i".iini!Hini(. uoorii Qrttclaw and prlew tj low. jinn. jx. t. TAHijKM, aw that the bruich waa ttn opportuoily to ride over the road for a few that the McCormick would not submit to H. for carelessly killing stock. Another architect ZM.lt McKlnnejy Kr. an ori rent lex. lender to ouppirt eo Urge a neat any method by which a committee could was II. W. Evans vs. the C. 8. R. R. for GiV. Cleveland's action, however, as be appointed, but loaded up their machine damage done a show-cas- e during transit olt bullai. Making ExtenWhen the neat was about iu his veto, was not decided mainly and hauled it out of the field, after failing from New York. hou the birds u their miitake. Tho by such ooniideration. but by his plain even in getting a man to sign a put-uand Mr. J. W. Banks, of Cane Valley, waa School will be To Their 8 lock ol In the Chrlitlan Collesw branch had bent ho 1 w (bat it waa netliiirJ conviction of duy. The charter of the pre arranged certificate. As to his story in Georgia a abort time ago and concluded buildinf, at perilou-l- v d of watermelons. He at road stiiiulated that it tare should not be that the Woo! choked, I will say that St to invest in a near the jraM, Work UUSTONVILLE, - - cloae to reduced to fire cents during the middle of diJ not choke once. Tell Jim to get fur-th- e did so, shipping 031 melons from Augusta once (topped and the builder MTn On the first Mondiv In Soptember gellier for a lon lime and n.eme.l to be day until its earnings amounted to ten I thcr away from his base to make statements to this point. Thursday morning he footed nixt. tlculara, aJJrwj at Burgln or HuiionvlIIa,For pajw discussing the ituation. Firullj they llcw percent. Hight or wrong, this was the wido of the mark. The truth is while there up expenses of his purchase up to the pres And now hiyo tho Bait Stock TVO. nunflMN.Friktlimt. in Con aidebr aide to a buiii-- about fifteen inche Uw end Oov Cleveland was sworn to sup-- . was no committee to decide the matter, we ent and found them tube $143 33. Tbia tral Kentucky. They have Parlor orer the one on which their nel wi, and, port the law. lie had the honor and the j have won a greater victory than the one at mikes the melons cost 31 cents each and and Bed Boom Sett, Carpet, NOTICE ! NlCHOM, leaning orer, inspected the ditance. The cjUMge to respect his oath in spite of the Lebanon. Yours truly, Mr. Banks feels like one who treads alone Cane and Penitentiary nice farm teemed to be tlfid. end thoiuh it waa dictate of tleruagoguery and he manfully some banquet hall deserted. 15V acres. Chairs, Marble Top, FOR SA LE -- ABouthnut of v-- bOlUYlllU,located miles nf Good Business Rules. There is no longer any reason to doubt rowin rapidlr iluk, the bird' 'tar away did his duty. Centre Stand & Ex,W,llv-j'l- " n,lle fro,n Salphnr Business men, especially those who are that the people of Danville are without exa high atate of cultlatlo. in opposite dtrectiom. In the morning it Thi is the gnat bugaboo which is urged wil tension Tables, leocwi. excellent water. Will sell crop of SO acres of corn and S acres ot tobacco. JWWred to prompt and methodical, are guided by cer- ception good and true temperance people; bad tlruilr wan found thtt the sgihut him to prove that he is opposed Ha Woven Wine. Cot-te- n a new cottage with i room-- , veranda and paotrr, cases their habitation and prerentv I the brtnch the intert-'of the workingmen. Its ridic-ulou- tain elementary principles. In some good clJtern, orchard, largs new bare, 60 acres fa that there h no selfishness or hypocracy Top andHair Matclover. Price low. Posacsslon given at one. i from bending lower by painr a piece of apparent on a statement of these principles are formulated into simple connected with the advocacy of the senti tresses, Folding-Be- d LounIIOOVEIt Jb JtETCALV, rules, which cover even the details of con ment on the put of any one. The proof ot white airing, which iher had fiiinJaOin thbfacu, ernif such a charge were not ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes t. Heal Estate Agents. NlcholaaviUe. Kr. v. Uerelsnd's duct. the fact that an empty jug park, orer th wherein the 'Wi, thoroughly diipprovedb; it this is found on and Sofas, and Everything- - Else A prominent New Y'ork banker attrib- o whole ollhitl cireer, which, iisslf in the and fattening bath endi of il ociiior has sat in the court house yard for a whole Sept in a Store success in business to the care with ..I ....... U.I &.n.M'-tDANVILLE .-. ..) imPurnntttt utes hi -- . the edgee of the neat The building then week without any one picking it up and "..- -" In ruIeK thM8 GrannlHfed Ktijrar Prices?. went rapid! on and the oriolei ate no en for all. lie his signed many meftiures for sending it off to have it filled with whisky. Take time for eiting, sleeping and diges- Biffed in hatching their ejrc. Very lew the bettermsnt ol the labjr.ng men. uotabiy Why is a kiss like creation? Because it 188-1- . 188-1- . peron hare een the neet and there i a the Tenement Hause Bill.iLc Buret i of La '"ijn't worrv. Be satlcfied with vcur is made out of nothing, and God knows it' fair prospect that thl- - kil' n I borBil! and the bill for the abolition of the worJ( afef jo!ni, jt wejj good. Cjurier.Journal. will oon be reward- .- , i -- .j .. uf voiinc c ;i'itran pr..n labor. Never ask another to do what you ought CUllK I'OU oriole. of wl,lit The Central Kentucky Fair Association will hold The Kioitr Man. The other day on to attend to personally. Pllt a are frrantntlr rrcld by ne aWom-The lltltimore orioU u r.iv intelligent Its blxth Annual Fair at Danville on an Arkansas railroad train, an important! Shun the slightest appearance of dishon In the back, loliu and lowfr part of the Manufacturers of bird, but a Kew York ortiithologist vho cuilnsthepatlnt to iuUo Iwiiaa o:i looking gentlimn took a ttxl beside a qui- - esty, as you would shun the plague. n At time, August 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. aw the neat aaid he had never eeen your appointments on time. ot tli Vldnjt or tiflKhtwrlng iorgans. flatatencjr, Doers, SaHli, Bllads, WIbsjWpw Always meet and began a conversation. achievement uite equal to tbia one belote. ,t man pjmi'toms of IndlgMtlon are compellllon open to all. "I am going to Little Kxk," he said, Never late. If possible, not much ahead of tho atomach, ate. A molitar, like For Catalogues, Ac, apply to the Secretary. IV . lk. art n( knllfinir tltrri nr MlpinM -. Hud lister Frames, HvtsV Jr- President. "convict thief. 1 am of the moment. ptripiratlon, produclns a ry dliaRWable ItcblnI "o Kt Pnl" J. L. Dacca, Sec'y. loaelher is wall known to many birds The Ii a fry common tleDdnt. warm, Don't talk too much. Let your actions aft.r psrsanally acquainted with the Gov weaver bird of India builds i's nest out of not mind, ntoJlB aud ItcblltJC Piles ylld at one to the luge, Scroll Saw ailord to refuse me." tak for yourself. appllcat Ion of Pr ltcxanko's Tlfe Kmedy, blch acta large, atronc leaf, which II stitches to- ernor, bui he cin't De honest, even If you lose money by directly upon the vr nVctl. abiorblae tho "Ii the fellow guilty?" inquired the gether at the edges, making a compact and it. Work, TuniTumor", allaylnc the Intame llehlnjand affectlaga York Sun man. closely.adhering funnd.-Ne- w Never let business interfere with home Prmi.nfnt cum Trice JO cents. Address tbe Dr. "Of course he is, bul that makes no difMcBoV-srtsPosanko Medicine Co., IM.jua, Ohio. ?old by duties. Il simplifies our anxieties gTcatly to ference. His friends have agrted to give ftigt. money alone cannot buy Remember that t2,n,1 It t .. li!m i,t .M.1 tli lli.tmnm. or-i- ia that as far as this life goes, all we SURGEON BENTlti'ii lI31t ctn-;lnip- ly 177. M. CQiVltfEK, lilVE ---Mr. ENTERPRISE Grocery. Xmhcaster, Kentucky, .... &nK'S? e -. .r-- th. s rt GEO. D. BURDETT cfc OO-- . Lately been two-thir- p sive Additions CHRISTIANCOLLEGE. car-loa- . h J SPECIAL 1 (. n w 263-6- i First-class.Tnrnitn- re """I" a n I --- .I,.' ; Danville '" PLANING MILL COMPANY -- n, -- v"-'nl- -- '' , n-M I .:, ni -- THE Ft)UIlTlI . A Flooring , Celling, WsMatl- tPoiitire Cun tor Piles. have ia the present. The past is gone and eter ,'. very iow when I can't put up a good Ills refreshing, To the people of this county we would say that done with, the future here may not come talk. Where arc you traveling'" lion and dishonest dealings to know that a wehaisbeen given the agency ot Dr. Marehlsl's erbosrdlng, Premss-- I ii at all. and how it will tiaint its scenes we 'Going to Little Keck guaranteed man can live according to the above prin- Italian rile cannot guess; nor Is them sny one wise "Do you live there?" TAXH ABaOOIATION, And thai- to cure or moaey refunded Internal, Eiteraal; ciples and yet make money. It shows Blind, BleeJlng or Itching Pllee. Price 50 v"enough to tell us. Wt have at best a very "Ye." Under tbe new management will begin on that honesty and business can go hacd in a box. No cure, no pay. Penny A MeAllster, small slice of life, and the bite we take to XVTt.i-ift-l "Perhipi you might b of some service j Druggists. or to me. What huines are you engaged hand. day is all wc can taste just now-sw- eet 12, ..,-- ' Also Dealers Io bitter. And yet what ajjonie of miod Daughters, Whet and Mothers, Ha vino ao Eaiu. He Liutemeu Witu And XnyH, i eodare about the little that is left of our ' I'm the Governor,'- said the quiet man. ' Hh Mocth. Eiekiel Eads, who died re We emphatically gusrantea Dr. Marehlsl's I la the Uierhilallon oHas managers to wake a female remedy, to euro Female Diseas existencethe re.t of our (evenly or eighty years, was born with- cenlly, aged sixty-fiv- e this ne of the moat attafllr Sbd agreeable Fairs Arkansaw Traveler. troubles, Inflammation ana everbeld In Kentucky. as es, such years, when twenty or thirty, or fifty of 7, ; "T ou l ears and had no apertures where his The Kentucky Central Railroad will run White Flannel at Losu Branch. esrs should have been. He was able, how- - Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacerasnt or bearing trains dally during the Fair, a excursion apeclal them are Kone. rates. Barrennsas, Changa Call on us or write lor prices. We keep svlar down feeling, Tralna The man of basiuess cannot sleep, think It should be known that whtte.tl.nMl is' ,lhergound throURh hh mouth. ef Life. Leucorrboea, besides many weaknesses ng and north and South will arrive In theirorn- - stock and will do ear best to please you In frit depart In the evening. Paisengera will be thing, at Long Bloat-int of all proper landed within a slone'a threw ef the Grounds. and quality ot material. d M and springing from the above, like Headache, ing ct his investments ami his specula, the proppere, Competition Is solicited from etery section and woman Lrery .ecc-nSpinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous a warm welcome, will he extended to all. The middle tged woman grows Branch this season. c.rried on in an tlons. hf con.etl,on DAXVlLTiE PLAHIXO BILL CO Palnltatlon of the Heart, Ac. For aale by "j oeno ror catalogue. nuuucwui 'c.utn noiei hollow-cheekewith anxieties about the on a ..... '..-.- . ordinary tone His hair was black at birth, druggists. Prlcealland tl 50 per bottle. Send ......, nuu :.. i.- . It. 4 till IS, President, DinTllle, Ky. .SJ.st 1.... l.i .....Akrinil l,U .... .11 v.al.. riAil to Dr. Marchtsl, Utlea, N.Y., for pamphlet, free. C. D. Ciixn ault. Sec'y. income of years to be. People have no nuonv in imi uhulci . Solomon nor George, neither Druggists. uit time to laugh ot love, because they are wager that gray Pioi!", numc ui wicui irrciuuiiiin uiuiiu- - For sale by Penny A MeAllster, tra- - ever ' utive human hands and ears. These sin aloring away all sorts of valuables for the Frai.cis Train in all his jibry THIS IDEA OK GOINCJ WEST like one uf thee. Blue tlannel is future perpetually making readr for tint gulsr markings never changed and his to Colorado or Sew Mlco, for pure air to relieve relegated to marine regions Flftoon Professors and Instructors. brief voyage between the cradle and the ai.iarenily black hair never became gray, bid leit Coiiiuiiintlon. Is all o mistake. Any nasuiiablenian Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Norma! the bathing bou -- while all other colors N Y. Ledger. 45 years would ue Dr. Bmaiiko'a Cough and Lung srup lor grayc U living children. The eldest, and their name is legion- have a first mort-- I eld, has hair aa black as jet and not a gray Coniumptlon In all Its Orst stages, It neer falls uay, scnooi ana uommerciai uourse oi Time. Many an unhappy Waknku is caes of Coughs, Cold, Ilron gaje t,n the tecnis courts. Tennis is fast- hair in his head. The youngest, aged 13, to gl'0 relief In allChest anil alUflVctlons that are APP6INTEE5 RECEIVED FREE OF TUITI0- N.-C- OUNTY marriage might have been avoided if the ioceble and the ladies go out and pretend cbltH, Pains In the Tor CatalotlO find other Information Trice, oOcenta K.ll term begins Sept. lotli, 1884. a man of 70. Eads waa a na- cousldirrd primary to Consumption. bride had only been able to decide a to play it, just as they would pretend to is as grav a' Addresa JAMUS K. PATTEUBON, I'll.U., I.cxftljloii, KentrtcUy. and 31.00. Sold by McRoberts Jt Stag g. New York State. promptly nnd as wiselr s did the voiing play shinnv if that were fashionable. tive of Tho courts in London have decided that lady who was the heroine of thi incident Sine the erection at the Woat End IIoUl . . . t i a r nwr not Keep in nil An exchange says that a Miss Josephine of a I.IUiird room exela.irelr for ladles il b irks and howls. Tho judge stakd , Dash, with whom the edi'or is acijtuii.ted, i.,, I. .no,. I... f.aiJanabla for which COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY. LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND, KY. that the best Protection asjainst thieves and may have n sore hesr: but she ha a sutitid them to handle the cue. my tiuilness, I n.iTng determined to tfcsite Mill, situated on Neat Session will open Wednesday, September 3d, 189t. v York burclari was a small dos inside the house, oBer lor rale (privately) wy eijw head. She 11 res in the State of sierlenced IVlNTlr..-- A riLl. KAClLTYof nhlenml IiuIjcIIiikh amillialructors. Comprehenrtvi aiipurtttus. Oomplett-ne-si'Midi al Itkjt It often occurs that whlch wou!j quicklv- alarm tho inmates ltnuli Crrea, in Caey county, Ky. Tho hngioe About a year ago she became acquainted Is.tallouaryi noller 40x21: KnRlne 10.01 . doctors do Dot care to tell patients the nn WH, infinitelv u,ore feared by tho fra Wglng Ssw and Oris! with a young man in Michigan. above ' '".V...I. .r. 1. .Ui,t.r l...rat -I- llrliinoml Is ut uii rwutlunut more than 5M . feet .. tbe and very The properly la . . . .1.- Olil river, ami lns in'Ul 11II lliniini iiiiiiirinr" They were to b; married in October, and whole truth. Au Austin doctor has u u... torntT. Neither was it lawful for hand Blatr ftlea iwi he "V, V ', " liatlttnoucs. neat way of encourajjiug the ptlent, and orsBDS t0 ,iT when forbidden, nor for par-a- t in iiimii-.ir...i. & day or two since he arrived at the lady's In Good IliiiuiiiiK Order. .3MHku P.H.i.lIl. illlll iiviininuirw hi In ..Hie .Ytte tfs-- . fsiii vxcvpt wiwhiii.:.- anil iiir h:. riu4 r llourd ,vihI-i-iI- i t.xirnv. l0iT the same time liedoei not deviate from lieg t0 et C0C8 ta( crowed at early rrvtliini: ., ii in,, nilis fs. amllii ik bvst famU- lhouse ton full for ulleranre. tl... ins lliuiitw-- ) liuitl wvu lit jji iii t Timber plenty and accesilble. I would be willing .Ip.r.nl niii,,rlnlllt llllllll I'lMlli'ir-..!- Hllllllin. fir . . (HU iu is j ,....... tbe truth. out of win M exchange lor Rood farm stock, such as Mules, IrOlU i 10 eSJ'.T j morning or panots suspended wa- - drunk - ' ' When she discovered that he I I, BLANTON. D. D., ChoncolloT. t '' ohf-- l. There (j0Wi( or anjtbing that acted as a distuth-- i Horses, Cattle, Ac. to rngsgo in the lumber busl-ue"Doctor, please smine my l'eraoua wisUini she ordered him to be removed. Her fa, will And a good opening by appljrlPi to Aoiuethinz the matter with my luage," ( auce t0 ti10ae living near. ther removed him, gave him hi etippc-lILUil IMUilXi UustonTllle, Ky. , sua a man lar gone in canaumpiion. lodging and breakfast, took him to the lIow. Sows about to farrow gbo..,d be The doctor examined the patients chest ed to return to Mich, station and advised him some exercise and be fed mainly on and consoled him by saying: igan and reform. green food. This will make parturition "You just go home and don't bother easier, increase the tendency to give milk The young lady now congratulates her- about your luns be necessa1 ... ....,i il, fat.ortoli rnnilHinn wlilpli eelf with the fact that il will not " ,..1.- 1- il, ti- - wifii ltim?'' !luu i.l . .!. "- -; w":,0 "v " for her to get a divorce in a yesr or two h '"' ry L frenzies these animal so ttiat mey onen ue Closes October 25th, 1884. Opens August 16ih. "I don't say that there is nothing the off;(ptiDRt A bow that I.sh on account of drunkenness and cruelty. THE JHIUGGIMT. with them, but they will last you matter IB ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. nQt pt aflerwrda t0 dQne thU Justice Delehnnty, of Long Island City, until you draw your last breath, and you Q Bnd Bhou,d be faUen. has decided that Sunday base ball is a certainly will not have tiny tut for them - fw 8lhftUghten "mere pastime when indulged in for relax aftfr Dy Cappa's and Gilmore's, the most faous bands of the world. not n t Mrs. A. T. Stewart, now summering ation or recreation," and therefor tt-vault of the JGer at the Grand Union in Saratoga, hah the Is rrciiarlng' for n Lively Suminer Ewiped gas filled e Largest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. violation of the penal code. The Justice Trade. every the gsme man Hank of Wheeling, W. Va , and when habit of going to the hotel stoie-rooLOWEST RAILWAY RATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. doesn't sty what he thinks ol funil thousand people pay chief clerk John Hell struck a match to gaturdHy (0 be weighed, and as she always Ills line of goods, In every variety " when eight or ten .A-IRIs House of the kind, Is In a tb"e gtorekeeper $5 for this service, he 1 four or five thousand dollars for the privil- apply to the burner in the vault an explolatgu ana complete. -s1Te c-o- xcEox corT--A"-T2feff men that believe in let- ege of hooting and howling al professionals sion followed that blew out the glasi front 1. one 0f collectior.. Ten works of Kentucky's reat sculptor. Jol Hart, the best potsible who provide the "relaxation or recreation" of tho building. Heil was badlr hurt. ting a woman have her weigh. Judioious Alterations in tho Internal Ar- One hundred countu.in Kentucky will rangements Seonre Boom Oomfort thi, Staf. on salaries that would make a legislator's The mayor of Boston aent two packages Dr. IIOSANKO. Times. aud Better Display. mouth water. name has becouu so fjtnlllAr with the mast exactly alike in weight and contents a few This of people throughout th United Stat.. Uut It ii Particular attention Is called to One of them was bound for IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS in its worst form will yield to hardly neremary to state that ho Is tho orlgluator ct day ago. Dyspepsia France, 3,000 miles away and the A and Lung Srup, Large and Elegant Addition to the the use of Carter's Little Nerve Pills aided the gnat Dr. Dosauko's Cougbwherever i.nown, for Paris, on it was 20c. The other was dee postage the people's farorlt remedy, - Stock catuMt the world has ever w " Stock of Jewelry, by Carter's Little Liver Pills. They not Coughs, C0M1, Consumi tlou and alt aSKtlons ot Worchester, 40 miles distant, and and a si.ht that can not teiiuplicatjUm the world. netd, lined for only relieve present distress, but strengthen the Throat and Lungs. Prlco cents anl 31.C0 J. U. WRIGHT, Bmeral And articles 0 Tertu. BENNETT H. Y0UNC, Preil.ent the postage was 2S cents. and digestive apparatus. Sill bv McR1xrts Stiw. the stomach WlX'' .- -.. Annual Fair MADISON COUNTY TUESDAY, AUGUST Continues ng Iatke Wrk, T Olntrnent-emphallc- ally Building I - farming Xnumlber! .. i- ',' o.-i- ,,,, g, itt. Jli TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY - ,. "" ... m jm -i -- Saw MillJPor Sale! n CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, j..rr '" "-- ' ei-.- ..' ,, 1 1 -- tt-i- 1 ss 0-tf " .... ... G.F.PeaGOcIc HUSTONVILLE, EXPOSITION LOUISVILLE, o. KY., TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY BTJIXiX)i:iTa-S- , picrvurn "r xs:acr:c4 i33 nrit-clas- te XMSffipffi&nS&vfafflg '- &AN VJlJiJ tollftMAZ&KVs? ) Maar: t - . i'wmi. j JS? v- - v , y -- n - iJaygaii5itaiiiaiS ll.l I III! -- y, it Mi I I Two persons were killed in Bourbon net time to suspect something serious. Bro. G. called for a cup of coffee and when county Friday, by lightning. Lightning killed six people in Ohio, Gen. Longstreet is said to have pre- It was brought, carefully locked the door, Saturday. sented a pathetic picture as he passed and seating himself beside his wilting table Mrs. Lingtry sailed from England Sat July 20, 1884 taal-ra- y. along the streets of Atlanta, Ga., out of began to take notes of our conversation. I PHARMACISTS urday in (he Arizona. can see now as I did not then, that he position, poor and deserted by his friends An average of 350 hotels are burned in W. P. WALTON. One of the largest among the many goaded me into adniUelone and confidences DIALXKS IX- the United States each year. -- 4?Tj failures recently la that of Wear, Boogher that I certainly should never have made i. The steamer James Guthrie struck a & Co., dealers in dry goods, 8t. Louis, had I known his purpose to publish, except t0. snag below Louisville and sunk. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. whose liabilities are $150,000. Assets said with certain explanations that would have i ',l.l Wash Fletcher, for killing his mother-in-larhjayriaiii jrcilj)tlon accurately softened, that, taken by Itself, had an ugly I to be $020,000. KOR mESIDENT, Alto will be hung at Paducah, Oct 3. ' erish-e- d sound and look. As it was, he got all that One hundred and thirty persons OROVER CLEVELAND, i "1""" " vfit .? Clark, Saner & Co's., tannery in Louis-Titl- e jLiim.vft. V by the collision and sinking of the ocean he wished and more than he expected, for Or Naw York. twu'"aw burned. Los $40,000; inauracce $30,-00steamships Laxham and Gijon. The for- I was perfectly frank and did not attempt .TM KOU mer struck the latter amidships, nearly cut- concealment in, any shape. Towards the 4 Largest Stock of Watchcn, Kentucky paid $18,683,178 internal I'm, c v a .n THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, s close of our interview the object of it, viz: ting her in two. Clocka, Jewelry MlTorrfarc rHj. v revenue tax for the fiscal year ended June Or Indiana. of Simpson To obtain damaging testimony to be used . T W. 8. Cavett, aVVM. KrerbruuKhl to this market IVIki lower than 30th. the. lxiwont Watebec, Clock and Jawslrr K. county, has been arrested on a warrant in some deadly way against myself, hecanie rORITATK AT LA1QB, XLBCTOM Fifty-onpersons sre under arrest at palrn) uti abort notice, and Warrautai DEN B. BOBBIN'S, so apparent to me that 1 arose in somewhat, charging hitn with raping his Pittsburg, Pa., charged with complicity in W. B. FLEMING. t daughter. The community is very indig- of a beat and took my leave with little, the outrage of Lizzie Walters. And I nant and he is in danger of being lyrlched. ceremony, thoroughly dlsguMed UtITBICT KLKCTOt., Joseph Mendall fell from a fourth-stor- y Ftrat Khe Boyd, of McCracken Count jr. Enoch Pratt expects that the free li- hsve not laid eye on hiai since Firet he window of the Central Hotel in Lou-isvlBemud Cromwell Adair, of Union County. brary building in Baltimore will bo com- beaeiged Mr. tliarnnston, but without sue Third-Jo- hn S. Rhea, or Logan County. and was instantly killed. . pleted by September. He has arranged for cess. Then he publhhed his tract entitled Fourth fiini B. Berry.ot Marlon Count)-Brazil A cable is to be laid between the expenditure of $1,000,000 for the pur- "The heresy of Geo re e O. Barne, the KenFirth -- J. F. Bullitt, Jr., of Jeffertou County. nd New Orleans, to work in connection chase 6UU LealltT. Applegate, of Pendleton Co of books within the next thirty years. tucky evangelist, exposed and answered by cable. with the Barnett-Macke- y Seventh Ira Julian, of Franklin County. DEAt.I It 'N Victor Elol and Kendrick Holland, H. Grattan Gulnne." It wan like "both Eighth Q. N. Roblnion, of Shelby County. The first case against the liquor deal- wife murderers, wore hanged in New Or- barrels" fired into a covey of partridges Hunt hi ire. Shorn, Boyd County. Horse Groceries. .NhiIiIipk. Nintha. 8. Savage, of ers of Cincinnati under the Scott law was leans Friday. The plea of the latter was Rj'peclable orthodoxy, a in the olden Troth-Jo- hn I Salyeri, of Morgan County. Iron, A'hIIm, QucciiHuiirc, Wlilim, decided in favor of the county treasurer. Rollln Hurt, of Adair County. KlflTenth that his Tictim, being his wife, was his prop- time, carried the day against the truth and lluwy Wheels, Ntovt'M, i'liiio AiillM, is The Green Bank, of Jackson, Miss., erty and he had a right to do with her the witnesses were silenced for a time. All (J rut on, Spoken, Ciller Mill, I.ut Covem, in much tatter condition thin it was at POLITICAL Every one what he pleased, even to killing her if she arrangements fell through. 1I,,,S Monewure, Corn MiellorN, Collar, first thought to be and will no doubt pay afraid to touch us after the tract came out disobeyed him, r Tn prohibitionist Dominated out. Enoch Brewer, John Marshall, Henry "You are Hooded," said a feeble-hearteOliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plows, Woodenand eraor8t. John, of KansaJ, for President At Connelsville, Ind., Orerholt & Co.'s "You don't know the Miller and Bill Razer on one side and Joe friend to me. Cast Pumpi, and the Celebrated tttyfleld Elevator. Tin Roof-injran- d It required 3S9 ballots to nominate distillery, containing 7,000 barrels of whisiLOKD," I answered. ' Drop me, if you Ga taring will have prompt attention. for Congress by the demo-crats- ky was burned. Loss estimated at about Powers, Jim Pollard and Winfield Paul on John T Head the other side, engaged in a terrible tight at like," I added, for I dind't hilt like his, the Sixth Missouri district. """ """ " i $700,000. rt It nnt, ."! . Eminence, Ky. Paul was first knocked tone. W II. Barnum was re elected chair The packet John M. Chambers burned Dear friem's etuck to at through it all, man and F. O. Prince elected secretary of at New Iberia, La. No lives were lost. and beaten insensible by Razer and Brewer, praise the LORD, and may God blw them I when to septhe National Democratic Committee. Ii was valued at $150,000. Insurance, arate Pollard and Powers interfered Mar- for it. Our "tried and true" Dr. Bury ar.l the participants. Miller and The West Virginia Democratic State $100,000. his brave little wife at once threw open shall came to the rescue of their gang, and Willis Wilson foi Convention nominated The statue of Robert Burns, recently the doors of Wellaud IIotHe and the whole ' Governor, Fatrick M.Dufly for Auditor presented to the city of London, erected on Pollard was stabbed severely in the face family went into old quarter and enj yed and Alfred Caldwell for Attorney General. the Thames embankment, was unveiled and Powers felled to the ground with a a charming ten day' sojourn with kindest brick. City Marshal Ross was attacked by Mr. Blaine rajs in almost as many Saturday. invitation to return after other had enterRazer, who tried to kill him with a knife, waving or the Gentlemen, no words: Lula Hurst challenges Sullivan to tained u. We praivJ the LORD tor thu blood shirt in this campaign. I went the meet her and settle ' the question as to but Bom covered the desperado with a pistol bringing "meat out oi'th eater," a ' DvLnM ibowi a, w r.il electoral votes of some of the Southern whether her feats are the result of muscu- and with the aid of Sheriff Caseldine ar i : gal rested Miller, Marshall, Razer and Brewer. i We nerer taw by day " Stale myself. lar strength. ATAll the parties are badly hurt. From New Barnet we went to Bishop-woo- d republican platform and Blaine's The Thos. Garherty killed John J.Tierney, and spent another ten days wi'l and Logan's letters have been framed and of Louisville, at Walton, Ky., stabbing pntted np under a sign: "If You Don't him him five times ia the heart and then GEO. 0. BARNESJN FRANCE. dear Mr. Wm. Green and fumilv, receivimr as kind attentions a".i if we had been worth i 13w) What You Want, ask for It." As yet disemboweling him. Druggists and Booksellers, a million. No patronizing nor condescend-- 1 asked for anything: more. a'ibodf his Two thousand suits, involving $100,-0026 Avenue de la Grande Armee, ing, but a true christian hospitality and rChicito Herald. will be brought against (be saloonParis, July 4th, '84 welcome, making us feel at home as be'ore I Instead of replying to Mr. Hendrick'a keepers of Cincinnati for refusing to pay Dear lnttrfor Contlnutd from lait liiue.) we felt at the dear Bury. Then our good secretary Chandler has taken the the Scott liquor law tax. letter, The history of my connection with of-"United States steamer Tallapoosa and gone Juan C. Bicha, of La Vegas, New Bro. Guinness is briefly this: Two of his friend, Wm. Piper, Esq., most kindly fered u a cottage, rent free, near Beech J tore for his health. It is feared that the Mexico, representing himself ai a million theological iludenU at the Harley Iottitute wood, and there my dear ones will be keep Sendricks letter injured him internally. aire cattle dealer, was drugged and robbed were our old friends from Peterhead, Sco- irg house in a few days. Loving friends "Chicago Times. of $13,000 in Cincinnati. tlandRice and Stephen who had attend sent in contributions of furniture and Will Turin- is taxation and the taxation that The boiler of a Lehigh Valley ed the meetings there and thoroughly im writes that they even have a piano and oil draw one hundred millions of money from burst and instantly killed five the reyenues of commerce, over and above railroad employees. The accident hap- bibed the gospel as I preached it. Coming paintings furnished for the adornment of AND to Harley Institute to be fitted for the minthe little pirlor. There are six rooms anil What is necessary for pnblic purposes, is a pened near Wilkesbarre, Pa. istry, as it is called, they learned of our everything very convenient. No. 4 Park cruel wrong to the people. Tiii-iiitm-- e For the week ending July 25 reports ! The executive committee of the inde- were received of the laying of G5 miles of services in the neighborhood and enthusi- Terrace, Hnrmteml Lane, Higbgate, Lonastically recommended them to their fellow don, N., will be the home address for some pendent republicans has decided to engage new railroad, making 1,584 miles reported A Full anil complete iiHMordiient of Furniture. eiiihrHrlno- - v. students. The young men attended and time, while Tod Bros , 2t Fenchurch etreet, Carl. Schurx to translate into German the to date for the current year. erythliigfroiii (lie Cheapenl to the Fluent Parlor Sullen. Jim , and the whole London, E. C, is the permanent one. I, after much pro-inaddress of George William Curtis and that The number of cholera deaths in neetl to o to the larue eltlen to make your nureliKM.-Codtuan at the independent France to date is placed at about 1,000. lot were converted to the "new gospel," as Either will promptly find us. Meanwhile, Ullllt eilltilitllv nt-- fiitiillfi- ... m mute...of Chairman ..... .. T they called it. " a gentleman living in Lausanne, Switzer- - ..,,,. conference and publish them as campaign The disease ia decreasing at Toulon and prlecM 3 eau -obtain elNeuliere, frelcht V being nddeil. AIm At this juncture I received an invitation land, whom I have never seen, whose documents. Mar.'silles, but is increasing elsewhere. a Hill CoIIIum. Ca"e. to take tea at Harley House and there "ex daughter wa bleed at our meetuu: in ..?" emhrnr. . Mr. Hendriks will visit Gov. ClevevAn electric railroad one mile long has ... ...... "- -. 1....1. the way of the L.VIU) more per- tTfehpate - a ve.ir aPo. writM tn ..V m, tn i lire rOOBUl .. -. land at Albany next week to consult with been completed, and is being successfully pounded fectly" to Harry and Geraldine, the lovli-e- Mknieto visit them until "the storm be oppoHiteSt. Amtph Hotel. Stanford. Ky. him about that letter of acceptance It operated by the Etat Cleveland (O ) Street pair of ingenuous inquirers I ever met. overpist." Monsieur Dufonr in his name. is reported that Mr. Cleveland has already Iltilroad Company. These, with the other members of Bro. After laying it before the LOUD I decided determined on the subitance of his letter. China will pay'to France an indemni-tyo- f Guinness household, seemed aI;o gladly to to C3tne over for a weeki nnd here I am It will deal largely with the necessity of 20,000,000 francs and thus the trouble receive the truth; ksked innumerable quesin Paris, with dear Vernon for .1 traveling administrative reform and the question between the two powers, which at one Ai.Kht I oa TllK tions, to which I responded as best I could; companion, en route for the Alps, lie was of foreign policy. The tariff will be just timeemacked of wa'r'.will be amicably and we were getting along in the most de- sent by the LORD on the day of departure BONANZA Chicago Tribune. touched on. & SEED lightful way possible, when the crwh came. Henry Wattereon. writing to the Cow dryanl.'of Shelbyville, Ky., All this time, be it known, Mr. and Mrs. frotu London, happy m His love, who nevSimon P A the Mvllrtry : 11. w.fi.r 1. ,,n ard'.i-uarC nutlet. er change; and with an invitation to bgiu. icrJotojvii from Virginia Beach, in regard charge with "carnally knowing hisdaugh-ter,- " McGuinness were away in Derbyshire, but a meeting in "a gospel tent'' Qn the 27 to at IIOVtMl" TllltlAlll.il J to the invitation sent Mr Blaine by the rm.CtoT.r n.i.. was released on $1;000 bail a very did nothing that I have to reproach my Upper Clayton, a new quarter entirely. IMMIi HILi: K.NI.I.M.H.I 1. Exposition Managers, enters his proteit small sum considering the awful charge I I. uaii I... 7mU Traction fi IM t t ...... ail . It Aath MtLtm tit jTU.T.1.1 ."f . i'i so bkwedly did the self with for a moment, vnvviai irT ,11 against the soliciting of the representatives made against him. lWe the LORD for all His mercis' Is mmn una ram. ' kuuinwh & cu Richmond. Ind. fil HfQ? v - -- , LORD lead and keep. I declined having He not good'' Help me to praie liiin or a party, during a hot patty fight, to yT ' &V .x The Board of Management of the bible readings with the students, for I felt ".-Tk- S Ever in Jeauv, ST fc Gro. O IUkxm V . i open the Southern Exposition.- - He thinks New Orleans Exposition has accepted a G.'s ought to be. had for it is an aflront to every democrat in the plan for a special Government building that Mr. weconsentthree successive evenLINCOLN COUNTY. HVSTONVIUE. that. But went State, and would prove a fatal blow to the 835 feet by 50-Work on"if will be pro- ings to Miss Geraldine's factory girls, and Pleve record a generous rain btowed Exposition. ceeded with at one;. helped her as we could in tha' interestinz on tl.i-- t locality Saturday nu-ht- . SRead What Some of Our Beit Farmers and Citizens of Lincolu and Garrard 8ay A New York is the pivotal State in . Seven personn were biffen by a mad mission and we were hoping that the most ! I -- TfAa.Btfw ,.tt . . .. JlttYJlJU aiiu 1...M..I n.c ft lAtll luwiiltr iiafvra. ah nuvui A be interest- dog at Newman Station tbn Presidential contest it may arrinl, Ju ,V,;",.,,f,'tBMtu,,D,0, .V, WWI on the Union Pa- interesting intimacies we have made in ted, Mtufactorily. (.raw. corn and tobacco with ltoblnwaA Ituannai drain ....iVl irtllr "and l.neln..mn"iwtlTarrMt TMIii rrwl-ing to know how the new papers in the cific road. 15 miles east of Topeka, Kan lur tn work It llil fr u. any er nail. been fairly begun, when all have been pining for moisture and weilN rusi aiubuiltrr aud u, ,. 1.. 1.1 .. '.... h u. doim. ru n.ii . r. ..'. In great metropolis stand. The record shows One woman had a piece of flesh torn out London had . tol.ur M,rhln.ol tnl. kind thil tliev cannnt tin txllrr ItuD iorluilon will blasted by the appearance have generally refuted to liquidate, but the ay IhiiUn arm our hopes were lu. xct the ..i iiif.Bfr , hliu aud them arrayed thus: For Cleveland Herald, of her face by the animal. i.nuiBf btbom uy V II TIlAlUlt btatirnr.l. k'r prlta of "the elders" upon the scene of action. prospect is hopeful now. inm i.wnf.rr; MJnf--1 j ti Uwtlr. II HKlinio,J II Mlllfr, J V, l.jun, ti.J. Km- World, Star, Journal of Commerce, Times, " lia9a'bli ""!!". The Greely relief expedition, with the lV.T,, oouh,J.i,l.nIikir.,JawMTit'dani,.,ViiiT Preparations for the Fair are being lliVii I was invited by Mr. G. to lea and con Morning Journal, Truth, Tagea Nacbricb-cer- , survivors, will arrive at Portsmouth next fi.d itK woat th far l.i ihr llfin.nra Thie.li.r ami Kojtt... The "conference" we had. The preyed with coodiderauie enterprise l,r Itoblnwn ihei fcCo.KibiiKtnd. luillioa ni aa; In Status Zsitung, Courier des Etats Unis, Saturday. Extensive arrangements tor the ference. W. II TKAYi.OK. th.lr AKnl. till will, tbr , tea I never tasted, but had to go to a re) ground, are beautifully situated and the rrouod 4hI. a l .,f wimi .brj.hr,! h'cur . i.",j"r IkuIiI and 1 hretM'.r, and It Poat, Telegram, Dial, Graphic, News. For reception have been made by the naval deJ ': K"r"' l,Un,,,a U,", lfrnl.V'MeAl taurant for something before preachingthat provisions for the accommodation of vinit-oUlaioe Tribune, Mail and Express, Com- partment and local authorities. '' Tn thcnr wham I harr .old raafhinrrr I riian.! id.nk.- i.. 11..1. pittonixr, and .... ..mi evening. This, not through any premedipromise to be ample. Of courio Young .... ... . . .. . ...?..nj to thon ua, 1 win win crrat mercial Advertiser. Ilalf-anhalf, Sun. miiiij Maura in lltilnit you up with nainrM machlurr From the annual report of the mat tated discourtesy on the part of Bro. Guin America is all a joy with anticipations of the in hand a auiiplr iiwwin i.r ifUl n.i uone xrlct .orilnzatorder. I ha.a uii Couuty, thKr aliirev ol trintd mattr We have an abiding faith in the generto ail) of Internal Revenue, it appears ness, but solely, I am willing to believe, festivities expected to be enjoyed at the wni n nj we Stanford, I.liicmlti Youra. ery Irulr, al soundness of the popular judgment and that the aggregate receipts for the fiscal If. . TltA YT.OIl. yeir was so sharp be- close of the Becond day. The new appeuibly the general honesty of the purposes of the were $121,570,030, a decrease of, compared because "the contention tween us that we parted asunder, one from room will be in readiness and every effort people and these constitute the surest reli- with the preceding year, $22,903,305, the other" in such a state of mind that he will te put forth to afford a pleasant even in party management. Mr. Blaine ance The earning of the Chesapeake and forgot what was due to a guest and I not ini; to the participants. abjuld be defeated, because he is unworthy Ohio for June 1884, were $258,800; against thinking of tea or anything else but the Mr. Ctrrithen bought of T. Carpenter to hold the high place for which he has $323,345 in 1833, a decrease this year of charge of Manichacaninm ringing in my ears, a pair of nork mules for $37o and from J. been nominated. Mr. Cleveland should be ' w,wo oince January I the earnings a single mule for $160 Fitc elected as the representative of the have been $1,708,247 against $1,790,659 for I had not heard it since dear old fiiend Dr. W. Allen Lipsley McKee frightened me with it in homes will probably be on the market at or came of official integrity, and of purity in the same time in 1833. Louisville during our "big meeting" there. after the Fair, The wheat crop ha proved places. All meie party ends are subIrish There are some astonishing develop But here it wai again reiterated and crush- unusually good, hut 75c per bushel is not ordinate to this one gieat issue. ments in the afTiirs of Harrison's Bank, at ing, The interview with Mr. G. was a sur much temptation to farmers to hasten the op Speaking of the Independent Itepub-lica- n Indianapolis, none ot which are creditable prise to me. I had supposed that I might eration of threshing. The low price of wheat Conference, held in New York last to the standing of the firm. The assets in have a friendly controversy with him on however, does not keep flour from being week, which disapproved of the nomina- the hands of the receiver are valued at The largMt fctock ever in .Stanford and tho beat to bo foimd'in Ceutrul Kenvarious topic, but never dreamed that he S3 per cwt. The amount of hay secured in tion of Blaino and Logan and endorsed that while the liabilities are about half a harbored the deadly purpose of trapping the county this season isimply aUonUhlng of Cleveland & Hendricks, the New York million. tucky, embracing about twenty fivo different styles Irom tho leading manu-facturome into a conference; getting all the con- and tho weather has been extremely favoraTime says: "The men who met in conferThe Railroad Gvtctle contains a record cessions and confessions out of me that he ble for saving the crop. A cursory eurvey ence ia this city represent the high charac- of 71 railroad accidents during in the United Sutee. Persons conlemplating buying n the month vehiclo thia ter sad deep conviction which originally of June, in which 40 persons were killed could; with the design of putting it all in of a portion of the county revealed a scene industry and activity not to be surpas-e- d ,. . 1 Snrinrr nhnnhl onW , " " ,. print, without giving me the least intima- of .!.: "lUKl ,u oucci I0r nl "" ca30n founded and guided the republican party and 103 injured. Employes formed 88 "' '""- - iuvn per tion of his plan. I have tried to "put my even in the boasted fields of the descendant. of this country. Their action indicates an cent, of the killed, 03 per cent, of the in 0fnrat.cIaaavehicha aro invariably overrun with ordora aroued moral sense among the people and jured and 70 per cent, of the total number self in his place," and have thus made Certainly I great allowances for him. W. Powell bnndeti me a package of f nnd if the vehicle wnntod is not on hands, it J a dekrmlnntion to keep a high standard of of causalities. For the year ended will require from four to eight June letters ueanng iiato respective- politicil action, regard I en3 of the decree mere were 1,430 accidents in which 417 have freely forgiven him fur the "trespass IlJ f0Ur l against me," aa I asked forgiveness of my tenln1 llo'ingham, t0 0 a fil of parly conventions. The issue with persons were killed and 2,088 were injured. Heavenly Father "after the manner" taught which it had to deal had already been Linsny Powell and George Carpenter. Of class job ready for shipment, under tho moat favorable circumstances. Mews. Henry Warmouth, August by our LORD. I am afraid that under the course they relate to land titles, but one pmade, and its single purpose was to declare llelmonts, Sam Barlow, Pierre Lorillard, circumstances I should have acted quite as eculiarity is that the writers seem to deal All work sold By me wilbo found to bo euch as I represent them, its position unequivocally. This it did James Gorden unless Bennett, John Mackey and meanly, for it must have been a sore trial in perfect fairnest, refusing to avail themwiw absolute unanimity. There was no Jix-uoselves of any technical advantage afforded have been deceived myself, and in btanford have formed a syndicate to return, after a few weeks' absence, to that ovont tho purchaser will bo fully diflorence of opinion as to the object with with the purpose of buying the island of find his theological seminary turned topsy- by the record, rrom the vptrit of tbe corwhich the delegates had met or the means respondence there can be no doubt but that Call and examino my itock and I will do my best to ploaso Cuba for a sugar and tobacco plantation turvy and his household converted tn maste tbe whole matter was adjusted without reyou of promoting it was the support of a good the pitiful sum of $100,(00,000. for Ne- to a gospel unknown before. A wounded sort to the courts of law, although a mod aomiD&tiou made by the other parly. Aa in style, quality nnd price. You can get as good vehicles from mo and at OS gotiations are now pending with the State amour propre explains the after course taken ern attorney could nave iounu cauie lor a to this there was no dissent and no heeita-tiea protracted and expeniive litigation. The reasonable price as you Department to permit the importation of by ono who otherwise, would, I am can obtain nnywhero olso and got a guarantee on In it was involved every other ancient regeme on old paper,wlthout envelhave never acted as he did, and opes, folded rquarely and pealed with wa- them, besides that is worthless to with which the conference was Chinese labor under a local abrogation of you when buying away from home. e the law, and as the island will who ought to be a model gentleman and fers, postage 25c. Tbe opening sentence in concerned." one of them shows that to which it was o bs placed under the protection of tho United christian, considering his position. response made the distance from thia conn-tr- y Seaside bathing suiu are said to be States, gun boats will be csked to patrol Well, I waa ushered into his study by to Kockinzham in the unprecedented G&3SO, cut loner at the top and higher at the bot- the coast and keep out immigration unwel- Mis. G , who bowed with euch frigid potime of 20 days. Verily they were slow tom thli year than ever before. come to the syndicate. liteness in paspinj out that I began for the coiches in thoeo days. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. 5mr-?IrcMnntcrioronr- im( -- rnn7&BrAMHtor Tl.. - " ubi alums, oiauonero tnni-oanda- ..... ' ji:ui:m,ihi 0. T, t.,,SgSaXWf' W J& 3 VS"iM M v" j. e I 4 le W. H. HI GOVS Hukr' i Hume, ex-Go- d of Jl . WALL ! APER ! TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, -- , McROBERTS & STAGES 0, ONSllA HOl'NE BLOCK, NTAKFOBD. a. ' e WEA11H, ... - UNDERTAKER, Xealei in " "V con-log- u. "O-l I - ,.,,...,...,"""" 1 1 m, ...... '"" "" iu ."""!."". T A- - st f--K- W. K. TRAYLOR, GRAIN FIELD 1 , . -I eel-tie- d. THRESHER, .h,,i a. 1 rC(. ... rlT'tsLt ,..'... h ...... ' p.t r" n-- l t I-- - .u..-un .i. ' it ,it MtTullMfxui"' d Com-mision- er rii ...... " -- vl A ..1-1I- ! Buggies, Pliaetons, Sur-reys. Carriages, Village Carts, c. Jersey and Open Spring Wagons, $3,-11- ra liil&iZiolofLm! iime-iiiaine- ii rea0Urcesjal,Iilr8 I V? tSZIZbt " " " " s. pur-auade- d, anti-Chines- B. WEARER Mfgs Agt., STANFORD. KY, T 3 ZE3I.O. i Kxcinujio.N llcleta to the Deeriiitf Camp It wai remarked by both democrata and For sale cheap 25,000 pound of low Meeting, mHirhhogina Thursday, will le graile flour. lingM & t'liirnn. republican that they never aaw ao large a sold over tlie K. C crowd together and not a single drunken James Ulster, of Kiug Mountain, this man or the leaat disturbance. July 20,1884 Golden Patent Flouu la uirlnc; len-di- d ounly, wa killed at Ltxington, Friday, Stanford, Ky., Judge J. M. Philipa waa conaplcuoua aatiafactlon, Ure it if you want the by the falling of a wall of the Lexington upon our street laat Saturday, urging hia beat bread. Hold only by T. 11. Walton. Holler Mill. Ilia body waa taken home claim upon the voters of thia precinct. LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. for burial, The Judge haa many frienda in this end. Tonv Haiu.AK wa arretted and tried 13 44 p.m. Mall train going North. Stanford, our county seat, waa well repr1 88 r. m. before Judge Caraon yeiterday for drunken Houth MARRIAGES. ..... Kxpre strain" houth 10 a.m. and disorderly conduct, and fined essed by citizena, officials and the younger $6 and 2 So a.m. Morli Nettie In membera of the bar, yet the older members Mr. G. P. Porch and Mi f be above li calculated on stsndard time. Holar coat. gram, of Someraet, were married laet week and invited apeakers were very cocapicu- time I about SO mlnutos fastar A, T. Xi'NKBLLBY will run hi omnibus by Kev. II. W. Bailey. oualy abaent, to the Huatanville Pair nnd Mr. Jauie M Murphy and Mia? Nan LOCAL NOTICES. J.ancaater and Garrard county were well thoto who dcaire to take pai;e aliould ee nie Maaon, ol thi county, obtained licence represented In the person of the able editor But Paikts of Penn A McAUster. " him at onco. to marry on Saturday lat. of the Central Kentucky 2'aci, and Messrs. Lummcatinci oils of all kluda nt Penny In a raflle for a $10 ret of harnca yteUr-da- y Kavanaugh, Walker and many other & McAlieicr'a. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. afternoon, John J. Bright waa the gentlemen. BiUH.) new atock of every thing in the Honey. AK-pounda nice exlucky man. Twenty chance had been jewelry line at Penny A McAllater'a. The east end has always been thestaunch tracted for sale by W. II. Bartleson, Stan- friend and supporter of Judge M. II. OwsNKwakade of ready mixed paint for aold at $2 each. ford. A Btagg'. prlng trade at McltoherU ley, but we arc under renewed obligations New Home Poring Tin: Will II. Murphy aold to Wm. More-lanWatch ra, Clocka and Jewelry repaired Machine will he on exhibition at the cattle at for Ida prompt response to our call and hia l a of and warranted by Penny A McAliater. effort in our behalf. Crab Orchard alwaya i iiiTltod to exFair. Ierybody $o."5 per cwt. I'UiiE winter (trained lard oil and all " kind of machine ry oil at McKoherle A amine It. Jamea Severance yield thi year is ea- - Hppreciatts a kindness and never forgeta a Dikota'a wbeit SlaggV 20.000.000 bushels, and that of blight. Pen-o- r Merry Bachelor of thii place will timated at Tuc The bent Soda Water in the clt at 44 000,000. LIVINGSTON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. A MoAllaterV; made with pure rock reapond tnmaue to the invitation of the Minnesota at A. T. Carrlthera, of Shelby, bought a candy ayrup and lUvorrd with pureat fruit Weat End Hop Club. Their Hall on the The indication are favorable for rain juice. of extra large inulea in thia coun. this afternoon. It is badly needed. be h gnud af- carload night of tbn31t promt? to ty nt an average of$lCC,40 per brad. Buainesa aeemi to be on the increase and fair. PERSONAL. Mr. II. C. Harp, of thia county, haa merchant boast of doing a good businls. Please don't forget your account waa aold toC'harle Ksilf, of Danville, a nice Miu. J. I). Owai.KY ha the remittent The Kentucky Central ii running as due July 11. If rou havn't the money pair of bay hunoM geldinge for $1,000. farer. yet only an accommodation ea:b way daily Mim Jennik Hinzen, of Liuiavllle, come and give ua your note; we are anx-io- u Lexington Transcript. leaving here at 6 A. M. and arriving at 10 to fettle up our old hook. Bright A la visiting Mi Mary Jane. Wanted, To buy a amall, well produc- r. si. Mosaics. Geo. I). Weaken and W. II. Curran. ing farm with good improvement, worlh Mr. George Sambrook is prepiring to Biggin are on, the rick lit about $1,000 I also want to buy 100 ahoata enlarge hia hotel ao aa to be able to accom"Anno" ha an intereoting and W. II. Birl-leoMr.T. F. SriNK went to LbulTille letter from Stanford in the Courier Jour- weighing about 100 pound modate the traveling public. Since the open Saturday for a two week' atay. Stinford. nal o( yesterday. 'He will p!ee acept ing up of the K. C road he ha been terMna. IIcttik Fulfil, o lirodhcad, ia the thank of the Interior Journal for a Lancaster Court. Good crowd, but ribly crowded. Our land and depot ia also flatting her parent in thl county. very little bu!ie done. About 150 mixveryoomplimentary node. beine repaired and the platform extended Mwi. John J. McKoiikiits and little ed cattle were offered, but not aold. Sever- preparatory to accommodate the E. C A .mi: mi no of a lane number of married al plug horewWe aold a, price ranging Dollie are Tlallinic relative in Garrard. travel. are away from from$00to00. y men of town, whoe wive CcuC. II. ltocmxrEii returned yeter-daMira Mamie McLean, of Lancaater, is home on a viit, waa held lait night, and from a ttl to Mioiiri and Kanaa. An enormou ranch in Mexico haa juat visiting Mi Alice Wood), of this place. for $1,000,000 hy a ayndi-ca'- e Mis Langford, of Richmond, ha been visMh. and Mrj. A.T. Cakhitiier, of reolutiona paed, but they declined to been purcha-e- d Sbelbyvllle, are. rMllng Mr. John II. aubuiit them for publication. Scotch speculator, of iting Mra. C Multina, of this place. Six of t f Englih an i one. It ex Slunk TitEFtanfoid and Laneater Gun ClnU whom Lud London' lovliest belle paid Livingston a Mrs. M. J. Miller and Mr. Hugh oonteMcd again on the ground of the latter tend- - ovr 1Mh) wjnare mile accompanied by flying viait yeiterday, Miller, of ML Vernon, are the gueal of Friday afternoon and our boye were defeatWe W.C. Paraley and Joa. Southarda. CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTt. Mr. M. C. Miller. ed by five point. The acore elood: Stanhope they had a pleasant visit. Mr. Stella Laimlev and Miaa Mat-ti- e ford Bright 25; Curran 21; Owley 23; Several f fur cilzn will attend the It l rumored that Mr. Frank Wingle, Hobinaon, of Meit-er- . are gueU of Mr. Penny IS; Craig 1(3; P.eid 13; total 110. barbacue at Lexingtou nextTueaday. preaent operator for the K. C. and L. AN. J. M. Mcltoberia, Jr. l'Ieae call at once and fettle your ac- at Sinks will be removed to Lebanon JuncLancatera Sandlfer 24; Kinnalrd 21; MilMk. Mack Hltkman haa completed ler 19; Uurnaide 22: Woodcock 17, Diinlap counts, they were due July lat. I need tion as night operator. We regret to give E. W. Frank up, aa it will break up our band, the residence of Mr Tine Cook, in Garrard 17; total VU. the mi ney and must have it. and haa returned home. Jones. consequently we fear we will be serenaded Andy Taylor and Wm. Martin were MisaSabra Haya returned laat SaturMm. Geo. II. Dannon and her little brought here and lod ed in jail by fherifl day after a pleasant visit to relativea and no more. However, we hope hia successor, daughter, Nellie, of LouiTllle, are vlalting Mr. Uedman, of Lebanon Juntion, will be B. H.Suarp, of Whuler county. Sunday. MieaCleo William, of Ml friend here the family of Mr. H.T. Harri. musiThey are charged with rocking a pa'ten-ge- r Vernon, who ha been visiting Mis Jael fully a lively aa Frank and also a Mime Dollie William and Lou cian. train near Wi!llamburg and from their Iledd, left Sunday for Lancaater. Mia Rev. Mr. Limerick, of London, preachHocker, accompaniid byaMr. June 1 locker, appearance they would commit almoat any Mary Durham after a very pleaaant viait ed at the Livingston church Saturday of lluitonvllle were here yeterday, Mr, Itonr. Mattinoly haa returned to crime. Jailer Newland now ha 23 boar- to friend here, left for her home at East night, Sunday morninj and Sunday night. nd a motley looking et they are were all well delivered. B'irnstadt today. Mr. CharleeKedd and Hia discourse make Stanford hi home and will aalt hi der, accused of almost every crime imaginable. Mia Jael left for a two week villi We must aay that there waa more drunk- hi father, Mr.lt. Mattinglr, in running tha Mii"-Mollie and Besaie enne than we have noticed for some time Lincoln Mill. A YOCNO man by the name of II. IJarrie. to Manchester are visiting Mia Liwie Gormley at Sunday night, The minister waa disturbed Myer Mini JrNNir. Warder, Mr. Robert from Nahville, haa been here evral day times during the abort Caldwell and Mailer Hartwell Thurmond, aelling stationary and ia apparently both "Hoae Cottage " Mr. J. Ottenhelmer left at least a of (Hagow, are with the family of Mr. Fe deaf and dumb. He can, however, hear on a buiine trip for New lork Sunday time he preached, by intoxicated men leav ing their seits. One man even hallooed land Thurmond. well, but can not say a word, having had etenitig The Cleveland A Hendricka rally waa aloud right in the midst of the sermon, but I candidate for Mr. J W. Sallke,wIio the aad misfortune of losing hi voii'v from At 2 o'clock we are truly glad to aay that he doean't re uccea in every particular Common School Cunimiraioner of Wayne a severe snell of measle about fourteen I week for the purpoee month since. A young man of thi place r. M the flag wa unfurled to the breexe aide here, conquently we do not claim county, waa here of bring examined for a certificate of qual- thuught!e-;- y made an mcomplimentary ami our gallnnt Circuit Judge, the Hon. M him. t mounted the rostrum amid conducted remark about him in hi presence and the I H. ification. Hi elimination wa .FVf AnVERTISKJIESTH. by (inimiiuloner l'hilij, in the predonce w Hut our vo.intr man wa thor ningcheera from the vast crowd present. i speech of an hour in He made of Judge Owaley and we understand that oughly cinvinceil that "things are not length in which he showed up the republi to the result waa in eTety way creditable what they aeem." , & c.n party in a very unenviable light. Ilia the applicant The certilleate wa readily The latest intelligence from ourexcur- - comparison ol the character of the two granted. Spinning one of tire received wa received XV ut runnlncwour mill for drrtln"; andby expreu candidate for the The Lexington Tmmwipt haa the sion party wa sending Sunday,her be good ai.d l Wool rack sent a letter to anxioix with wild app!aue. Judge' vs!ey' speich to u dull greturn. dhiowjr;cin grenw young ladies rtr snd following complimentary notice: "Mr ctt, "Uck Canting while roll, tjr lu bundles. mother, atating that on the night of the wK)ken of by many pre-eo- t a being mid mixed. 10 cU . per pound when ureaie aign Loui Jumper, thr poular encountered a strong gale on the the finest effort they ever heard him make. 2 cent aCded when we furnlsu It. Bend on writer, ia doing an, itumenac JiusineM hete, 2tth they Hy while en route lo Wash- He w f,llcwed nv the Hon. Chnrla your wool and give. m a trial. II. II'.ITIO.V soy, all of'hi work giving the moat complete Chesapeake Illclie)lbujg. Ky. jTO.Iqj City, during which- - the ladie were Kinciid in aneat little epeeeh (if 30 min-ut- r aatiafaction, and during the matrix monit)-i- t ington I alarmed to such an extent that tear flown in which lie i'it in o'megood licka for ha increased to aucfi lyi extent tliat lie freely, while they thought of the loved the democratic candidal Hen. Tho L. ha found it nepearr fft employ Mr. Thoa The editor ol thi patter, .Inr.M arrived on the S o'clock tram and lUllard, of thi oily, wbw ia well known a onta at home. discontinue builnesi at this who ha the entire party in charge, must j i ,l( n,ke the .peech of the occa-hav- Hatim: determined lo 1 oCer an artiitie aign writer." handa full about that tiiue,, had hf Hc hnnAM tne rf,mbHctn party STOKE AT PAINT LOCAL MATTERsT and doubtle. Lieut. Dright rendered vh ., camU(Uus w,tooul loTW he how. 5IY me irue iant service in agisting to allay the fears ed up the initjiiiious war tarifl in all it Ou y Irnui. The location la ipiennm,good shape Fuiwn line of fancy candle, oakct, etc., Eooi ant rate, the slock Is small and In a modett wan with of the young ladies, The dtn;rs ere all victounes and how it oppressed the poor and It Is Just the place lor a W S. S. Myera A r.V. over when the letter wa written, however, and laboring man more than the rich, lie (.'all on or address mo at Paint Lick, Ky., and I Mk. akii Mk. VVn.1. A. Hail's little and the excursion!'! will probably arrive with Mr. can wn coiiTlnee you that had served six year in congre child, born laat week, died yesterday. or next diy. here well and proceeded Each of the above Claims are True to the Dlaine and knew him seller. black-nwMcCkkary, Durham and Thompson ad The dedication of the new Ihptist to lay bare hi public record in all its :9-:- i II'. L.JIAKXEH. in all its dirty jibbering to the public dressed the dear people at Lancaster yes- church at Junction ami hlielby title Mm-da- y show-ehand he terday. was an occasion of considerable inter- gue; while upon the other the democratic candidates to be not and straight flour, meal, bacon, est. The houss waa filled to overflowing Patkkt of integrity and DKALKR IN- and lard can alwaya he fouud at S. S. and standing room wa at a premium. only statesmen and men ability, but lobe without blot or stain, men The baptist churches at Danville, Lancas the suffrages Dry Goods & Family Groceries ter, llustonville, Providence and Stanford worthy m every respect of TiiEiimi for holding the primary elecof a great people. Hi peech wa well re were all ably repreatnted. Utr. P. T. Hale TrnXES.SVILI.E, tion to select liip of the three candidate interrupted preached the dedicatory sermon from the ceived and he was frequently for Comire, ha been fixed for Saturday, He waa Tho Loading House for Chosp lth chapter and llh verse of Phlllipians, by long and continuous applause. Goods, September 6th. a well timed speech from from which he deduced the word "Kejaice." followed in HuUn, of Louisville, who And belleTlnc In Ibe rl adi that "Short set- , Judge James The Stanford nine accepted a challenge The singing, with Miss Lou Allen, of IJelle-viewmale Iodic friends aud adopting ine presiding at th organ, waa of the was a little hurried for want of time, but tleiue ntitiileoruisrcaniuo men o from the Somerset nine yesterday to conand was frequently ceneral 1 notify all who owe me, jukuj or acnote a jcar. test in a aeries of gamo of ball on the highest character and such as ia seldom made a good speech Tuanklng all for Then the cry went up from count, to call and settle ntonce. ground here, Augtut 5th nnd Glh being heard. The pastor, ll.v. V. E. Kirtley, applauded. tvltt rrnnuul lOUClllUi; a louiiuu.iuL-- ui The bright remain jour truly, and members deserve a great deal of credit, the multitude, Julian! Julian! the time fixed upon. II". C. RAILKV. and gifted ycung orator from Frankfort, for they had to overcome a counties numafternoon Tub Huston ville Fair begins ber of difficulties in erecting their house who had been present during the Everything haa been'dono to make it even of worship, which is built in modern style took the stand amid tremendous applause. NOTICE the compliment a greater success than the one held last and with a seating capacity of over four He thanked the crowd for t ivrviT.v mi'NTY COUItT. on account year and with the music and ample prepu- - hundred. fciKCULTnaM, JlLVS, I8S1. A protracted began but refused to make a speech meeting tiona that have been made, there can be no of the hour but in a few tiaTlng occurred In the offito A there Sunday night, in which the pastor is of the latenes In Lincoln District In doubt of its Bucce. complimented the crowd count Ihe f'eicohy ilrll death of Ko.8 B. Peyton, M- the , cauaed assisted by Ksv. A. C. Graves, of Lebanon. well chosen words, saying he had Eaa., which Ii now temporarily tilledi by the apupon their en'.hiniasm, also ordered hy At Crab Orchard Spring hop Saturday i of I.. U. Adam., Em.. It county, The llustonville correspondent of the ever entertained a high opinion of Crab pointment that tho Coroner of Lincolncandidate) W. the Court night the young ladies wire all masked ni b Dauahterty. (the bhetltl' being a Danville-Uhoealreferring to n local iu fiml htr neanle. but he now felt a J. Nuns and aold at auction to the highest ard he li hereby commanded to came an elecRobbitt tion lobe -bold In aald civil dlitllct on the Unit of Tuesday of last week, says: closer tie biudiug him to them. bidder, the gentlemen buying partners for our issue MoiiiIhjto entertain Peace to tillIn AilKitht, In,6S.,tf0.SJU'tLeMiii! said office, thcTacancy the dance. Maj, John S, Cooper's friends ''Ah the Interior Journal has just been waa called upon, but refused li to be held by the officera appointed to hold boasting of prolific families in this county, the crowd with a speech. The crowd here will ho surprised to learn that he paid tha regular election and In all reipectj conducted and atten- in the aauie ruauner as the regular election; ana the enormou stun of ten million dollars I will draw your attention to one not many which had listened so patiently .i.. r .rr.m. i. .iiroril in nlTDiiotltB eof the name dor milea south of this place. Toliver' Jeffries, tively for four hours then elowly dispersed by advertleruent ixted at tho for a fair partner. of voting in itld Ulitrlct and by now of Indians, late of C&ey county and amid a deafening shout for Cleveland Bnd and at the placethe iNTanipa Jouknal newspaper. -ii publication in d JOHN nLAIN.CIk.L. O.C. rain has come at last hero only a few weeks ago on a visit, had Hendricks. The Atopr. Alt NOTES. who bad rent up petitions for it fourteen children ten boys and four girls. and those have another testimonial of the truthful The girls all married and had children, but Judge W. O Hansford introduced the nea of the biblical suggestion to "ask and neither had twins. The ten boys all had speakers in Ida own happy style which ye ahall receive," even though the blessing families and among them there were thirty-fiv- e called forth frequent applause. flaring leaied tills deilr.tble rcwrt and thorI am now prepared to accom renovated should come a little late, as wai the case InOrchard and the east end of the oughly the public it, tne following raiea: Crab pairs of twins, making seventy. at modate distinguished Hoard and lodging, per week I 7 00 thia time. A prominent farmer told us cluding the twins and single births, the old county extend to each of the t W Tei day yesterday that the rain has como in plenty gentleman had two hundred grandchildren. speakers present their sincere thanks. -- .... ,. JJJ l'er rueil 00 weektime to Have the greater portion of the corn John Jeffries, hi son, had two wives. By We had many visitors from all along the Cottage of 2 roorai and cook room, per " - t 00 1 room " " " " " - 5 00 and that with the rest of the season favora- the first he had sevin pairs of twins and by Knoxville Branch of the L. A N., every Single room, per week own rooms, and who flirnUh S 00 ble, the expectations of the most hopeful the second four pair. Sam'l Jeffries, an- town trom here lo Williamburg being rep- Families at the Hotel, their per week board be more than realized. The other son, now living near here, and wife, resented. occupy the anno cottars No two famlliea can farmers will without first making a special contract. Special parched grass haa been greatly revived, hut Angcline, were married six years and six Several of our raot staunch republicans rates to clubs. No persons allowed to take water Club oQ lu Jugs uults ho l or hat been a boarder. Stanot enough rain, bin yet fallen to supply months before they had any children. Dor- - assisted the Cleveland and Hendricks ble and arcommodatlou for bonts. Arcommodl-tio- r the deficiency in atock water, which had furnlihed from the twlu at all times. iriir the next fifteen veirs the? had nineteen in raising their palo, for which they have Jt, V. EXULEJiAX, KMf painfully scarce. children, twelve of whemarenow liviup;."' tie thuuka of the Club. nal Light-running d Una-tonvllle car-Ioi1,500-poumwell-writte- n m 1 y half-dczt- RTJFLEST. receiv- ing New Goods for Spring and Slimmer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or coun- fay. QclVQ TXIQ & trial. H. C. RlipleV . I have received and am still BRIGHT -- & CURRAN, AND WHOLESALE AND HETAIL- - GROCERS I -- JOBBERS OF FLOUR ID MEAL WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- - WAGONS, BUGGIES A3TD CARRIAGES, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - Hlost Complete Line Hard- ware and Queens-war- e -- IN THE CITY.- - lt 0ley deaf-resul- Wo Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Patronage. i Wool Carding Spinning 1 Pre-ider- cr otl-lia- BRIGHT & CURRAN. STORE FOR SAEE. JICI e T. R, WALTON fSOaffn j s, d W. C. KJLIIiEY -- GROCER, Sleiffi Samesset SSis AI.WAYS OX HAND FCL.I. STOCK OF fi 1 iii,. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. VERY- - tf 1-11 OPJLECTION. LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR GASH, And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- e Jua-tlce- goods sold on long time. -- Customers, No c, n.rii BSE- Court-Houa- $SclM P&S&KEV &&0S For sale only by T. K. WAIiTON. f much-neede- Made from the beat MiuucBotii Wheat. HALE'SWELL. TRY Ne Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST ROASTED RIO, 'As CrOOCl 1 J.l?'k1XCj3Ll.&S. T. It. lVAIaTON. - For sale ouly by i MillMMMWM Wf " JWgPf I I ' II ? The second quadrille was juit over at "Bring the dress, Stephanie." The Kikd of a Mas He Was.- - You eee it Shall ha Rnnd In nn Pnnn I ulw Thl mill Una M"HMAY KELLER. l. p. a., Hotel ia the State in iti F&re, there?" said Jodim Stephanie obeyed, and Cecile, plunzing Mrs. St. Seyraon's grand, ball that night. that man walking-alonUulaellla, Kr appointments, or AttenPULLMAN NEW 8L1EPIN0 CAE8 al once into the mysteries of trimmings, and Mrr, Fontaine flushed and beautiful to. a New Yorker, as a nice looking party tion to Comfort of folds and gores, forgot all about her own in pearls, and a dress that glimmered like went by on Fourth street laitTueaday. their Onetti, frosted snow beneath its floating draperies eagerness. MYt" was the reply. "I dare say that your little girl will do of tulle had taken her husband's arm and "Well, sir, that man has killed men, Btattaaa wIllbicoaTtyed to aad from tha d FBOM free of rharat. Special acroniaadatl women and children in his time." very well," said, Cecile,. whe.u at last the strolled into the cool arcades' of the to Comnerrlal Traralara. The liar will LotilNTIe,lnclnHBtl Had Itx- Iwaa aapplled with the eholeeat when a light touch fell on ktr "Heaven! Why don't tbey hang him'" clock struck ten and she was dressed. The iiikiou, Hy., braadief Llqaori aid Clcare. & shoulder a whisper breathed across her "Can't do it. Hanging's played out in blue eilk bung at last completed to her en ear. this couBty." tire satisfaction. . raoM "My child! Gracious heaven! What' la"People are always unnecessarily fright"Yaa.he ever arrested?" Coanectlne In a depot with rjut txaJna foe College. "Not that I know of," North, ait,W.it & Soathweit. ened about such things. There don't you the matter?" "He was taken very ill about an hour "No wonder you have rioM in Cincinimprovement iIiom bias, folds see what ftB Fail Llae Between ST.l.VFOItl), KY. . ago with convulsions aad the doctor judged nati." ! are? aad what a perfect match the rath The Direct Route Cynchbarg, Ban to send for you.',' "That's what we all aay." Really, you have a great taste, Mrs. Wal- it best With a Full Corps of Teachers, Tille. Nor; lrdul.a titoi JurttS. till. Not five minutes had elapsed before Mrs. ker'' I will say that for you. And, by the "He doesn't look like he was ao blood way. I will tell the houaekeeper to get a Fontaine and her husband were rolling thinly. Whois'be?" Thlaloatltutloa will open Hi r.f.eenth Seuloo All Virginia and North Carolina HOCTU.BOUXD. on the lit JlonJaj In Septeaihsr next. "A doctor."- bottle of my Fontaine's old port wine it homeward in their carriage she whiter Pointa. Dallr F. vh, mx",.'V J :'.. lor tt'keti and further Information, apple to ttuov "On ah here's a twenty-fiv- e cent ci- it will bo good for your child; wine is ro than monumental marble, with her hands you; n.are.1 ticket offif. or adJreu Lea. Corlogtsa. ' ALL THE EBANChES OF A " Falmwib. trembling like a leaf. W. K. ARNOLD. gar." Merchant Traveler. strengthening." " Cmthlana AJeml.In? Ticket and P.m. Ait., "Oh, George, George! If he should be "Thank you, madam," said the dresso MS"!!95 a 3a0 W. MRia. Ht..Ix)ul.lll.,K7 Arr. Parte They Had Met BEronE. A young THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE r aai .n " maker. But after the line was brought worse?" been following a lady trough! A.1V lK. i: man who had Oen'l M.naaer, Ar. tajjht ai wellaa 1'aae'r Ag5!. oa'l LArr Wloch f",r "Courage, deareit," was her husband's rehe still lingered. Klchmond, Vlrtlnla. 1 p n, J"""" " xniriy.seveniu sweet orew aionguue or rfr . - . i .. am not aware that I shall have, any ply. "Let us be hoping for the best." "I at Fifth avenue, lifted his bat and ob,rved: The coachman had scarcely checked the -- LEAfiK TliUTir ABOUT TIU- -further occasion for your eervicts, Mrs. xiaven 1 1 met you soniewnere ie:or.' Walker," said Cecile at length. "Were horse at the door when MrsllFontaine replied the lady. "Once. I think" 1MO 2S. eprang out and rushed upstaira ithe nur- -- ' SS2p you waiting or anything?" ltuwland in "I knew it.'' Raid the vounz man. with a' ' a m U 0 MISSISSIPPI 0. aery. j u. fB Tuition, frk rane trou "The money, madam." to tti Ja tu lwiat?afieii aml' e, "aiuI you tiavo Deen In' regular nparttueu:.. j;r One cry one wild, piercing cry broke "Oh, the money," eaid Cecile, with a i'wratwy, 50. aud ColfujUte, ijo. my thoughta ever idnce." inimical laugh. "I declare I had from her lips .as she looked Jowii at the merry, "I thought you had not noticed me parIlowland TJle 9 00 a in', ,Ti5t' 1u1hd: Lre. Lanraater .. entirely forgotton the money. Let mc see! lovely infant face whiter than the pillow ticularly," raid the lady. I met you tvr. ,.Lfu,i''j!uJ.vr4,v ,0 BMf-it-" TKFiiMRllCT. J'rlriC,,,ni, w..i;h MVr.riftwihellwoni,.,c tt'c nnii " llkhiuond... again-- t which if lay and knew that she was How much in il? ten thirteen dollars oh! Vreeks ago at your weddinj. Y'jur wif t " Wlnoheiifr .. r,.r In I'liii-lniiH-l too late. -- ,,jh roa U (4r the .ami n 7 m ' there it is." u ,..,. lur ..,auU i -my cousin. Sun. iuri there 1. ""Sinlbus Arr. Lx.C.a o.Uj S 00 n .tl 41 rj .ml Too late and that fair corpse with the t, ,!,: TrlTllin..tl1at So the poor reamstress crept away I"." at !. r fi dncr.natl. Viween the ' Mother, mid Mamfe, I'll put ',Q ci ClEelnnall through the whirling drifts of enow, with golden hair shading its forehead and the 112 " ...e P. j and Ohio A illMl.iippt Lvevrncl.mTT-TMT.-.frr1l.Uraii ti. rereeentalf,u. ,u lips closed forever was all that was ing on Miss Vomer until after nuppv.' IS the Lottie of wineunderone armband the "weet Arr I'arla.. .... W am V? l mi 8 n . I'.rl, j a 34 l 'Ma.,.7 .fJSK The worn leather purte clasped in the other left of her one household treasure. "Why darling?" ITTLE And then cameback to her like a hide- ,Land. "Why, (hen, you see, her brother Fiank at latermedlate )Kluta. fly any "It is late,'' the murmered to hewelf; oue dieim the words of that other child- - will be home, and they'll have him tae rn t J ; but some of the stores o open yet.' She leis mother. me to the ico cream saloon and also bi.rg MAYMVIf.1.1: IIRA-vtrunn!n "o UlC Olllv "May God do so to you and even more! ' me heme." thought she would like a juicy orange a.nV f, " '",nult I' "i ud 9 p m Ta- - Noaiit-Ilof.v"Take csre-s- he bunday aad a little picture look, and bo me of the is fainting!" cried the 5 .1 Iall,' KoJT tue. ,0U"' ",lli0 t connect, with the only. Lr. aun. Bucken's Arnica Salve maksacon. ;' :l.n',!"' akeilieaectnd, which M. physician, and then a tfeseed forgelfulners Bun. big nuts that Santa Claus brought her last lula to Lve Covington-.- ,. ,', Ti Vv ,,'rmB trains from ThebeatSalreln the world, for Cuts, Utilises O Art .. " Ixlnton year. Poor little Fan, she will be glad to came to her relief a drauj-h- t of the Lethe 7 00 a : S1'1 l" m . 7 ia Sorca, Ulcari, Salt Rheum, Fever Sena, Totter, " I'arls... .u 2 pin 7 45 a in see her mother home again." 13 a i jjjphlch heiven sends us in our utmost ex- - Chapped Hand), Chllblatna, Corui, ami all M.ic S - Hm Uru3 &nd vt, t.l t'.c trouM-- i lael-s Zl) ,, Arr .MllUrsburir'.-10 a I '"t"ienufncels the only lluo " t'arll.le ......"' 8 30 a m J S 1:1 47 m H tu Eruptlona and osltlrely curei Pllei, or r.o pay She went from store to store purchasing tremity f ttonb j. .aatatci - turat';n.aiic!iaala. cootiuuoua trip. SfeJVa " JnllnL.. 9 rneii, l,mrA,Dntj- m, D tr infter.atiu7. '"urauiiiii'Riir Trains : i ja Ja la guaranteed to glvu perft aathf-tlo- n A week afterwards as Mrs. Walker srt " MaytTllfi.".."" .10 17 a m lining ... liWl'c, the umall necessaries that were urgent' and' rinclnnatl to St. Louis 'h .' the'. moat r.ininthS.dP.Ar. i. 00. '"" "in I Lyery tar 111 ibew Trains Ituna Tiiiomku. Par- or Price 2) 1&CTA1 the few luxuries for the sick child alas! alciie in her solitary room, the (ears slewly For inlenioner reluuded. Allator. cent, per x he; u are Hun on Day Trains, i'nlaie Xo. tr Penuy A Mc S.eep'n-lir- j . No , No. a 1 a Night Train-fcJOl'TH.JlouxD. who can tell the good that a little money dropping on the plain sewine upon which Dallr lally kuu4c (i .ar tut uny clavi ol Kx. Sun. Never Give Up. ItwfDjers. Ererr paxeniter will sometimes work? And Mrs. Walker ahe was engaged, a slight figure with hair Sun. L0 W J'yfiiieT...., LT? Tmaseatlna Through Car All IA n mi 1 j . l7Tr"" If you are suffering with low aud ileprened j!r of floatin? gold, and robes of the deepest was bo very, very poor. 1am. pis4D'rs ho carrle-- l on KxprM. s?;. ,i ,n: "'.fhn.yetrart'r'aL! tljLlmPUMaroevinalir Us, loaaof nprellte, general deMIItr, Trains' fheHhorlest Hnd Quickest Line . p . ni n It was late when at length she reached black glided up to her and threw its aimi blood, weak cou.tltution, littdacut, or .... dn- - t. oj, c rxg and im n:.ntf froia " Mllleribiiri i 45 p m I M "' 2l ui .l lanatl t. St. Uul: No omnibus si uu0y.vcu.ina4., they correc; ' 2 m her home. One dim oil lamp burned in around her. CIl f itmAi .. .1... n . lrar.it.rm tiuUtinaU lor passengers trom CS.lt.B. Arr I'arla....;..';. , ? P W I 10a m 9 47 . in nil means procure n eaaeola lllloui ntture, hy in.'. ' lXtctm. '1'.w HIV PlUUimr-tlII "I, too, have been deeply chastened," she botllo of Electric Blltera, You will I aurpllnvl aad rcgUiite tha bowels, I"wn thJr oaJcurtd but Mrs. the hall of the tenement-houte- , Ttrvt ""imiuii xxuinj ti.Trrr; t : Direr!", l?niii,ToSt i Walker was used to that, She hurried up murmered. "I, too, am a childless mother toaoo the rapid Improvement that will follow, 70U will he Inspired with new life; btieujlU and the stairs as fast as her wet and bedraggled anu i nave come to mourn with youl" activity will return, piln and rulter vrlll 0 etie 2 in. skirts would allow her to move. And then with Mrs. Walker's tearj warm and henceforth you will ujolie In the jralaeo! A'hothP7renldt)ea!moatpr'c"ejt')thoivhi m. Uulaln ia bours.witb through Day and SJeep- - LovlngtonBa. in. No in ...', V "! arrlva upon her cheek, Cecil Fontaine Mi th.t Ulectrlc Ulttera. Bold atoQ ceuta a battle by I'an-- , .. Strang! her room door was open. Two J' ,rV' raiu.auiire ojc ajiinis hue lorw-.r.itelytheirgoodneisdoeno'cTidhere,andthos to the abovo arede-lltien- vtZ'&ffl-r&F'tJrrMcAIUter. or three neighbors were round the bed. she was forgiven. ,.. who onco try thetn will find theiolittlan.iia vain. ., ; z . ..iii.riirtfintiiilAn. -, n.... .. i,i.uiiB miiKincr hnslpnoil In Till. t....) tUmt llirnhha.l uiaiomjnyv'i73nacin 7 villnot be : - 're,'',r.l-T0''tQ- !, She theconfldeuceoftho public ' to do wlttioct tbem. Hut after al aiclc a oc.y lu theie, 1, it la other matters. A Hew Discovery. Southey records in his "Commonplace wildly, she knew not why. Mr. Win. Thomas, of Newton, Iowa, aaya, "ily ' woo nau Heen more has been seriously aSYoted with a cough for twea- - I Do Xot be "Airs, ityan Ellen Dean she isn't any toPassenitera South ofWlM,-.- .. IV'SuJSZ -- .... than 0'000 c"eg o" mall-po- x said he had v worse?" !?ri..,U1.UJ'i B"8"""" the corrcctno'e ."" "is via Wirt". years, and this Spring more tlin ever be- very promise made thVpuUc - VI -- "' os. 0 and 1 via Winchester"" i '.iris a lM aiteM ia a Islington. reremedies or I 'aris M She had used "Worst? Oh, no, no! She's better. She'll Peon with fore. and being urged tuany Vt. King'swithout Dis- -- Is thebano of to many lives that hc. CUT0 where w will be Carrie.! out to the letter. I'.Ut I.lnV.. " to try New lief, ,?...n1 r.nUirli"a.D'1.l;fliV'19 DfouMloa In regard to B.ii.i ... ." c:"' L0"; var P" .'.'in via. WlnM,..f., Others VJ" noL be sick and in pain again," robbed red or light flaxen hair. do never , with "uu ii.ins an tii- -i ""."."'ffPl'ii: Care between the Western States, covery, did so, with most gratifying results. The! Clnclonatl Cartcr'a L.ttlo llr-- r Tills aro vcrrnmsllar., Ellen Dean, throwing both Over 100 bushels of grasshoppers have first bottle retired her very uucu and tho second very ctsy to tk Ono or two pdls tnakda dose. Goods TWln,pecliI j r?.,.M "f Jlcketi andllousehold putnt West call on or address arms round the mother's neck. "Ob, neigh- been captured this summer on one farm In bottlebaa absolutely cured her. She hra net had. Tnoy Bro strictly vrtcetablo ana do not crlne cr paw, but by tin lr ectlon please nil who 't Panenger As-- Ohio A Ml's'sUipi'fi.Ilway. ao good health for thirty years." Trial bottles favlalsutSScf-nts- ; bor, don't fret. Sure she's better ou" where Plymouth, N. II., by the owner, for SoU which free at Fenny A McAUiter a Drug fatore, La IwVsJnh,,,, W. II. WIIITTLESKr, by Cr.'Iats .verywherc, or sent by Kail. w w. peabod y. rje r, lumtnlfc I he rtcetved a -- he it" TrT' 4M' "'. bountj of ?l per bushel. CbWnrtoa If. .u, ji. j CAItTE 3IEDICIXE CO., Sfeir York. g Clarlnratr, 6hla. Manager. The Banan Tree. It was bat too truel Little Fan wu I T TM " dead lying there as calm and beautiful an One of the mo't remarkable specimens i mini m 'inri i a1 S I x littlMM. MMtiltt yt j. w. naw. belonging to the genus Ficun the 600 spe- - six. m. aonnsrr. a waxen image. BUKDETT & BHOIVK, "She slept till 9," said Widow Ryan, cies of which comprise climbing shrubs and July 29, 1884 Staaford, Ky wiping her eyes, "and then she threw up trees of great dirersttr of character Is the .V V I'OllNBVS A.T JLi .V AV i or Kriitui'kr I'nlrrrslty, T.rxlnBton. 'ISM MA I sfcv MT Kr. MT. VERNON, KV. 13ttyr both armi and called: 'Motherl mothetl famous banyan, whore extraordinary habit THE MOTHER'S TRIAL. Oh, why don't mother come?' Ob, she! of growth and enormous proorliocs so ALEX. ANDERSON, A.T'roit7NJj,V A'V 3L.JVAV, fretted for you a while, and then fell asleep much astonish those whoso Idea of a Inge was an adored wife, a spoiled beauCecile in Ellen's arms and never waked again " tree has been formed from what we in Eu Will practice DANVILLK. KY In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining ty an heiress whose wishes had been law Mrs, Walker clusped her hands wildly. rope consider giant forest trees The ban-ya- countler. ami In tL Court of Arptl. through life. "Was it any wonder that her "Oh may heaven deal the same bitter whoe spreading, bowery roof, beneath nature had become changed and warped? J. B. V13H, cup to her who kept me waiting on her idle which whole Tillages of hub find shade and . A.ttcrno-- i .t JUuw', "Has Mr. Walker come yel?" she asked Ana Master CoraiulMiouerllocVai'tle Circuit Couri whims when the dying child was calling shelter, is supported by gigantic plllar-lib- e MT. VEKNUN, KY, in rather a fretful tone of the maid who A. V 111 practtco In the Rockciutto Courts. Ob, props, formed by descending icrlal root. fresh coal on the grate. for me in Tain, Oh, Fanny, Fanny! had entered to put specialty. Offlco la (no) which on reaching the ground, assume the my dead Iambi" "No ma'am." THE INTERIOR JOURNAL LHB F. HUFFMAN, So she sobbed and wailed away the bleak appearance and perform the functions of "It's very strange," aaid Cecile, tossing separate trunks. The following extract HTAKmnn ifv. AbJ the Uulivlllt aside her book, jeraing petulantly at the hours of the wretched winter night beside Office-So- uth aide Main Street, two doors above gives an interest her taper little fineere. "She the little one who had happily fallen from Tennant'e "Ceylon" rlnM unon ing account of the peculiar habits of this Fure Nitrous Oxide Ut administered when re knows the blue dress does not fit me asleep. quired. VI On year for onlr 83 two tree, which in many parts of India is held r for llttlt "If you please, ma'am, Mrs. Walker is yet.and she knows I have made up my WllfcflBt Change and wirh mom than the iirlceo f OD Snti D. PBNNr, DR. W. sacred by the natiTfs: wind to wear the blue silk dress to night. here." Dcntlrtt. "As we a'cend the hills, the banyans and SHORTEST Hy FrlnuiJJyou will recetre for one ytar AND QUH3KEST BOUTE Cecile Fontaine, in the white cashmere iTtofd her to be here at fire o'clock without STAMFORD, KKNTCCKY. your home paper with the raow touisviLU to the tot TtrietT of flea make their appssrance and swansdown, was loving idly over ,te OtB J orir Hlbl S T.rlU'i liar. Oflps hour reprrjen.tlranewipaperof thuSjuth, demterat-I- . fall." and for a tariff for rareuu only, and too beat, They are the Thugs of the vegetable world; from A to U a. x. and 1 to J r H. Aceithetlei "Here she is now, ma'am," said the maid breakfast of broiled birds and chocolate, brljtiteit and ableit farullr wreklr In tha Unli- -I .l ncff4irr. for although not neceuarily epiphytic, it m'tiUti.Tivl State. Tlinie who dealre to examine a iimpl. as she opened the door to admit a tall, pale served in silver and sevres, may be said that in point of fact, no single iv v mtt vvuiiiivuuruiina no wo at ni9 Ofllc, "What can she want? Show her In." woman, in a rusty morning dress and a tree comes to perfection, or acquires even Cecile absolutely started, as the tall, pale worn black sbawl. JaekionrllU, Mobile, and New Orltaai. nartlal davelonmtnt. withctit thn il.lnir. "Oh, it is you at last, Mrs. Walker," said phantom rushed in, throwingdown a pack' Ire to regular cuninn every more tionofionae other on which (o fix itself as, l l BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Cecile, in an Injured voice. "I thought age money on the gl'aiening double dam-as- k its supporter. The family generally make Tb.i c ti e forewariH hunlen, flihertnen and raiaea Uara Without Chania. of the table-clotyou never were coming! Suppose I had ONE CENT tranianutti tre'paaion our landa without mi alt auch acta been obliged to stay home from the party I won't take it," aheihrieked; "I won't their appearance as slender roots, hanging Arcour.ta due at ttie clwe of e j U month or when UtiuMtltxtentoflhelaw ara liable lobe proeeouted from the crown or trunk of some other tree a ciMtouier qiln. froaa Uulatlll. I. TalaeeCara take it! It's the price of blood!" wllboalchaaa. rttanloM.Ky March ITIh.tSM. ISIaned. n. ;, Jt a n It OJV. I . .McKltlrUk generally a palm, among the moist baes of 2" tr (iuiA W. M.McConua "What do you mean?" Cecile involun Mrs. Fontaine spoke as if the crash of II. T. Ituib, A, Vi, Carpenter, whose leaves the seed, carried thither hy Itelit, empires and the wreck of worlds would be I tarily recoiled. CARPENTER & CAHNITZ, t. Cobb, It. some bird which had fed upon fig, begio Ut llull.U, 9t Aienla ol thla Comranr lor ratta rani "I mean that you muidered my chil- dnothing to such a catastrophe, . V. l. ae o, IlllwJ.K!y, c, p. ATHOR. 1J.H. A F.UoTer, W. G. McCormack, am eorry I am late, ma'am," said Mrs yes, murdered her! I would not have let to germinate. This root, branching as it UNDERTAKERS, "I toulaville). Itv. . L. Curler M. H Lytla, descends, envelopes the trunk of the supWalker, humbly, "but- -" her die, had she been lyihsr in my arms; J. W. Wratherlord, IMoKIIVJfiav ICY.. T.. J. Hill. t vannr, in. nurion, "There's plenty of time, if ou will go but Ood took her while I was hern, waitiag porting tree with a network of wood aud at Are prepared to J. A. Harrl, J. H. Murpby, lurmih Wood ao.l MeUlIc Burial I. W. Car Mr, length penetrating the ground, attains the J.Jt.Jlllf. Fonon your idle follies! you kept me here! it directly to work!" interrupted Mr. 1. Carta. Cie, Hear and IiarUl ltolea of al! Mali. J. H. McAIUter, T. J. Faater. J, I. JOOM, taine. "Stephanie, bring me the blue is your hard heart that has made me child- dimensions of a stem, but unlike a eteui it V.9 am T. Jl. White, throws out no buds, leaves or flowers. The J. Q. iunlotue ry 2VEVEU IlEATfilv IX A TE81 less! May God do so to you, and even dress from my wardrobe, immediately!" II. V.. Mareutu. Jfra.J, J. Mobarly, M.T. W. a. Anion ! ! ! A. 1. Runtl. more! Oh, you think that you are safe; true stem, with its branche, its foliage and "I I am afraid I can not stay NewUild, lI.J.Darel. S. W.GtTeDi. Mre. Fontaine," said Mrs. Walker, hurried- walled in by .vealth and power, but the fruit springing upward from the crown of A.: Newland. lyn the tree, whence the root is teen descending Jl. KI.VAIIU rn KitwMlii ly; "my little girl is very sick curse of the poor and broken hearted can ,'. .;",r,,".rr . ac:..." " n.i iia..i in.iHi in tau. dr n.. Ummt '""i. .. lartleamaeotli. to AiariioD Not stay But you must reach you through the barriers of pride and from it issue the pendulous roolleti, Fel great aniltty for the peop! of Stanford and TaaJeJtark. Mt'KRAY'M NPKCiriC. deilrlnt .. .. uv r.jjrinM. M..a.(. which on reaching the earth fix them.elm win pieaar stay!" and gold!" J7Z i Tb) tiudon A In(a4hlr Inur&r c., of ol. Ky , Or 1I0PKK iil'IlultibJ1' .w.',, (Ihc Great English and form the marvelous growth for Itemed, "Indeed, madam, she in very ill and I "But, Mrs. Walker," Cecile began. Mrs. frmly fj.MJ.OM. or Llrerixvil. nhi. atwta a IMKa.tM.ln.4l., UhIsvIIU, Ky TL Riyal. vl only come to excuse myself." Walker, however, waited for no more, but which the banyan is so celebrated. In the The LitDiaihlre,UrerpMl.aiwla IM.90T.1TI ! a poMtlee cure for Weak Memoof Maacbeeta:, meti orer n ry, toaa of !uwar. Ntrroui A PRIZE r",J r"".' '.r P"'a and rrciTr" Cecile'a brows contracted; she bit her rushed out of the mom as she had entered depth of this grove the original tree is int.tbauttlon, Heralnal Weakrmr carcerated till, literally strangled by the 1't l"vmlJt pi ntHcu'lro. tliy of a IJuilm imputency, and Ueneral Ixjm of lipi. it. icwrroi ine ueneratlra Unrani: drei weight of its resistleai companion, anJ teili ml'.ui Ih ui'iaiuf; .W) ij x (i ie. ml alt illu.au Aw... "Very well, Mrs. Walker. If you choote "She is crazed, wild!" said Mrs. Fon- - folds and "" Write tJlilm or oil! on him a. Uuiter,,Ky iiiii kiiiuv u I M lat m"i" Co., Auxuila, Main.. D.ruT. Dliarl laa.nr. nurlir 01 TOUthful lmnni!.nr n. to leave me in this unaccommodating and taine. "The loas of her child has deprived it dies at.d leaves the figs undisturbed Ihe fa e"o; ruature.1 resr. mrh TAjuU-- .i of its place. It is nolA unusual to unkind mancer you have done your last her of her common sense and reason; but I ' IMumeai of Vliluli, I'reuia- find a fig tree in the foreet which had been CSr- stitch of work for mc. Neither will I pay really don't see that I am to blatut !'' iureuii .w. ana many otrerdla- r.krai.in.trjthus upborne till it became a etandaid. now ea" tint lead to Inanity r Con. youacentfot the blue silk dress, which Nevertheless, Mrs. Fontaine's damask utaptlou Inal' raoiof Keuila forming hollow cylinder, the centre of 4!fc W 1$ 111 (1 IV ti j.,,. , ft,. ,..., i.i- - . does not auil me." rose cheek had grown very pale, and she & cii-- .i .u:.u wu ouucuucu iuj .i BuiBiuiDjj iree, Loulitllle. Ky., flB Inaai!. O and InlHtupollt. ihirni. rettnrmtloMor. afadlot tig. me TToitu I, rllM.nl or. k..rl. ,! lb. Mrs. Walker grew pale. She had based had but little appetite for the broiled birds . Hrm inn.. ''tuirri. m Chicago aai fpark'inj ImmIv. in th.,k..v ., . . . .. many calculations on the price of the elab- and the frothing chocolate in the painted uui me empty wans lorm a circular net III UH. J. Al.. ,m.i.-..-. .. TlMTHPr. .M. .u.1.K. l.lWin.t IuUr.MVl,lMU..r,ia.lll.:r. J work of interlaced roots and branches firm- Ci'ulottnte, Vprlshf and 8 Jt le- allano For tea, art-. idri(le orately made blue silk dre, and she was sevres chins! t V..iJI l.?"1 t y all Iru Hamilton Orzan, .1 " T,,EAXl'l.tVK llUWJflNll ly agglutinating under preaiure and admit aliotfce E.tr. honlauer an.f ternu to eult p..r- - 111. . 7',.7.,:7: .1 .J7..V," or ,s A1l.u b In.tru.ueote.,1latpr1r.nd And when little Charlie came in, half an penniless: on receipt of price ywu get Doc'tgtT j our erul 10 etery applicant. Ad'dreM hour later, with golden hair, all wet from ting the light through interstice that look cnawi and termi. 1'oit-i.- order ttil Ky. er walle.1 irw mrtii jliri In luninki., klk 111 "Mrs. Fontaine!" prle- Cars! e, IiantlKe, all cout- m-t- f AND 60LID TKAINS biuaiia.iufi, to th- - ! miiufciurrr. But Cecile had taken up her book and its freab curling, and blue, sparkling eyes like loopholes in a turret." Deep twilight always prevail under the JtVllli.t Y .llF.litriSK i o., was again turning over its jiages with a face I she caught him convuliively CHICAGO from hit LOUISVILLEJTO KaoaaaClly, Mo. dL.'-iiiarl- by shade of the spreading foliage, through j nurse's arms. Tnny A JIcAlliter and all f aa 'coldly beautiful as carved marble and I'n,-tirmr where Co.. which not a ray of bright light can pene "My boy! my little about as impassible. d WholeialeAaent., treasure! and the awe and dread with which Uul.rille, Ky. "Not one cent will I pay you, Mr. Wal- ob, what should I do if you were taken trate the liuddhht villagers regaid this sacred ker, unless you ait down at once and alter from me?" refacMlle Crnf-rdaTlll- e, the dress as I wish?" And for a moment she realized the over- tree is intelligible. In the Wood Muneutn and Chicago nlihout chnKc! E. H. BURNSIDE, at Kew there is a fine specimen of a palm CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO BY. Alas! who is so helpless as the poor be- whelming weight of Mrs. Walker's woe. TIMKTAMLK. "Don't take him out this morning, nuree, trunk, upon which the strangling growth of fore the rich? Mrs. Walker felt the iron MTATIONtf. - Known lj.iT,, This Old Well .1. chains of her captivity tighten around her the air is very raw and chill, and he might a nanyan's roots is wen snown. me reLt.. Loul.Tllte... TTntnl RH11 TVTointoina ita ? i? f ' markable way in which the roots become Arr. OreeDfullev. heart, aa cold and relentless as ice! She takecoldl" I M 1 ill pra High Kouto East I OS am 3 0 pin "No, ma'am, I won't," and the nurse car united to each other at every point whete sat down with aflutter of her thin hands, a ; Han 4 II pra ;; oa cucif ANI j IHlU M Dia quiver of the pale lipe! Cecile saw that ried the little creature up to his nursery they touch is observable in the specimen just named. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Thaiaoatdlretlrou once more. Proprietor she had triumphed. Stmr-SBttW- i! InleriorlanriwI -- f fl Tkfm)? n, zw:F'';S Courier-Journal, Collec-tloni- R Grand Combination Tnrough Trunk Lne sJZ&y&y&Y&x&Y I'ourt-houi- e. ixxmmx?c HOUOEON D1SNTI8T, Weekly Gourior Jounml t vtyvvg vc Mnki STO fin 1 SOUTH & WEST ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! POSTED ! Ilho-lM- PER POUND. ." " ., Peerless Traction Engine. Fire Fire Fire and" fti&WMjftMtoiuMto1" 1 SSSaK '.'"" T lJ ' -n. -- 11 n 3Ft. -- .!.. I. II. W filOrS ill C., . n-- .. u!.r .....'.. fSflk -,- Louisville, New Albany :- Railway. vi m rulliiinn Pnlnco falr-haire- MYERS HOTEL, tlt'lyr' ""' STANFORD. KY. Propr and Reputation, Kentucky's ii Determined I J. . iti tht ...,.. g A SOLID TEATN WASHINGTON CITY. e, euro mmi 1 1 Shortest Quickest Itoute Stanford Female NeT?r .. "3cro3r33L. ... ' a ipS m TERMS f DEK AT J inte-me-i.' " k ,!' 1. KoaTU-Ilou.t- Only Line . Tf!::?!?i2?,?m - ia a-- I CARlW SVER PIUS0 ''... 111 1 1, ,, Only Line Tf.'tlKciu' ''""" . ' "'; -- Lino I cune art; ' iy I ' Tha Only Line 111 C whliLcn-jifiiraiteo- '"'"' 111 ruaari-Ovca'-cctil- i W 1 in -- U 1 HEA The Solid Daily Trains W?0...... 1 V I .. ? 3ziass',?a:si!sp 111 KSfflSSSSSSf? " V-.1.""' ta ."i-- I 1 n ty-fl- ACHE lai I Deceived vl 'i1' warm-hearie- d I ' 3.I 1'.' fl