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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884080101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Semi "9 VOLUME XIII. 'Stmi-SMccM- III Jttfcfwf loitfturi STANEOKD, KY.f FEIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 272. anxious to behold their beauties, Another LA5CASTEH ADTEttTISEXENTh. JUDGE 9f. DURHAM GEO. 0. BARNESM FRANCE. ties, and there being an hour and a half to night in purgatory or woree and we are spare, Vernon ami I took a stroll into at a Candidate for Caattu to the 8th DUtrtvt-aubjee- t back at Old Point where we remained an to tbe will of tbe Democracy. DIEPPE: B. T. WALTEB other day and then to Itlcbmond, where a The harbor i an estuary of the little 25 Avenue ve t.a. Grande Akmee. W. T. WALTON. day and night wts spent very pleasantly, JAMES II. JIcCItEAUY LANCASTER,' KY. Paris, July Oth, 1831 J river Argue, and thoroughly fitted up for Dtar Jnttrtor Oflcs orsr fishing veMeh chiefly, while the town Itself from 5 to 12 Citizen! National Bank.m. Office boura our party visiting all of the many historica. m. and from 1 to 8 r. As soon aa I had decided to go to the rubUnhetl Tueatlav and Friday, al and other places in carriage. The old is almost hidden from the sea behind chalk Continent I was appalled at the thought of r. ui'bsle. s. k. Bcaoarr. etona house where Washington had his cliff, similar to those on the British side l. giJ.OO ANNUM HUBBLE & BtntDETT. Is still standing and the Libby being cast looe among strangers, to make of the channel. headquarters It has a grand old church ATTOBNEV8 A.T XjA.-W- . Whoupald strictly In alTtnce. I( we hire to prison and CaMle Thunder, forgetting the my way by signs, and such few scraps of built in tbe 13th century, with an ancient XANCA3TEU, KY. 3civ:e Will practice In Oarrar.l and aOJolnlng countUi horrors of war, now quietly do duty aa to- French as I had picked up at odd times spire to the top of which we mounted by a wilt nr time, 3.BO will bo chawed. and Court at Appcala. Offlw Aoblnaon block, bacco warehouses. Itichmond continues to without the prospect of putting them to spiral flight of 2'32 lep and enjoyed the South Bid Public &iure. Intbs ISI-l- r COMMISSION MERCHANT! practical use, or subjecting them to the tE EDITOR AND HIS U WOMENfOLKS ON build and improve, but the enterprlre and wetr and tear of being made intelligible to lovely propect to our heart' content. The UJIOI STOCK TABDS. get-u- p of our western Verger wa very civil and more than conTHEIR TRAVELS. others. - - - OHM. towns are radly needed. CINCINNATI, tent with a franc The fine old church is Then, it occurred to me that Vernon was We are back and most of w are glad of One of the mest pleaant days of our cruciform, a nearly all of them are, with OFFFICE IN8HEEP PENS. it. Not that the trip wan without it pleas journey waa spent at the famou White possibly available and I asked the dear superb windows, lofty nave and transepts, REFsaicacRi. Merchants National Bak.fct-rlnnat- l. for it m in some specie de Sulphur Spring, the Saratoga of the West. LORD to give him to me for, a travelling and aide chapel ant feature, or oratories by the dczn Tradara National Bank of CoTlnrton ,w llghtful, but after a person Is on the strain Tbe grounds were in their loveliest garb companion, which he did, for it wa all are arranged for the convenience or taste of ant officer of Boone county. Kr. E HnlMF, excessive heat and the improvement and renovation settled in half hour. Pa and Ma Bartlet wine salmn, J T HUDDLEflTOK. of travel for ten data in the worshiper. Around one image of the VirHogSaleiman-- B. prevailed during the most of mtde since our last viil two year ago being favorably disposed and Vernon "in gin, in raised F. GREENE. and iliit that letter, was this inscription: Sheep Salesman W. If. CONNR. r for it" pell, mell. Off to the city like a week, he Is in a epeclal mood for last For some cauie or were very marked. ''Cotur de Marie pnez pjumowi" and an in" with an unction hitlierlo unfelt that other the crowd i very small, there being shot, after this arrangement was made (re side circleof the same with "Rtuje des pech-euMillinery & Dress-Makin- rl member we are all up at Highgate now) weet old eonir "Be It ever so humble, le than 500 people preient, notwithstandpriez poar now," or "Heart of Mary place like home." Nearly all ing it was the bight of the season usually. to get tickets for a start the same evening. there's no pray for u," "Refuge for sinners, pray for About seven r. M. we gathered at the of our partj experienced the ill fleets of ThI taken inlo consideration with the fact us." In the open market place where they tramway," were Ibava recelred a full Has of eiery witty r a sudden change or water and atmospnere, that it I capable of accommodating 2,200 terminus of the "steep-gradvending their vegetables, we were M lllaery, and Inrlte au Impaction of U Stbra Pennington, pepon and that it hi some GOO employes an American invention that has just gone stricken with an admiration not unmln-gle- d and one of them, Mi Mlaa Cynthia Cation, who la an aipert In stW tkbw Inesa, will aailat me. Goodi and crler wa aeriomlv alck all the war through. on it pay roll, is proof that Ihe $2,000,000 inlo operation at Highgate, and the first with awe, at the stifi'nesi of the r. TABLKM, 'V- allowed Hho stood It hew'e'y rowem and HAVE McKlnaey. 3ty. watering place I a dead inveunient to the comfortable solution of tbe vexed question, white capi and the volubility of the i.....ir i ) haul,! and lerked around at s'ockholders. The place is splendidly that had puzxled Londoners and alllicted French market women. A striking statue Extengreat personal discomfort, rather than kept nevertheleu and the fare never has horses for centuries. This first specimen of Admiral Duquesne, a native of Dieppe, from the eniifiaent of other. Be been better in our recollection of fifteen of the kind in Europe, though well known born 1G10, died 1693, with drawn sword and mde he win 9 nweit tempered and (bow annual management. Taking the train at in the United State, mounts the long flowing ''pigtail" wig, stands a if listening ro Their Stock oi School will be In tbs Cbrlatkn CbUtaar much gratitude for any attention I A M. Tuesday we were whirled down the Hollow Hill in a most audacious fashion, to their brisk chaffering, and taking a liveed building, at csre wa more in the nature Greenbrier and the canon of New river to without visible means of locomotion and ly interest in the price of cabbage and cargiven her that HUSTONYILEE, of a pleasure than a UfMgreeiUie ,,ulT' Kanawha Falls to breakfast, thence down Jor "tuppence" will spate you such a "pull" rots. I suppoe he heard the generation of un me nrat Mondar In September next. For Chesapeake & Ohio of horseflesh or mantlesb,as only those who loquaciou female of his own time, many A trln over the the Kanawha for fifty miles and then across tlculari, addreu at Buraln or HuitoawllL. And now hire the Best Stock in Cec 265 charming w lovers of nature and ita the country to tbe Ohio, down that 20 miles have ascended it on a hot day can apprecialway BtZfV A, Principal, time when a boy, dUcuaiing the merits tral Kentucky. They have Parlor wonderful development into the grandeH and the familiar hills of our own dear ate. We were to go down, this time, and of the cell same comestibles. from loving hearts; and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, and most romantic of ecenery, nd no mat Kentucky greet u on every eide. After had a good ''send-off- " ! En route at 10:30 or thereabouts; day Cane and Penitentiary tcr how many time oue makei the journey, several hours at Winchester the K. C. adczenof the "regulars" being In atten- steaming hot, but our locomotive made a Chain, Marble Top, he can see eouie new Iwauly in it, but a the train starta to Stanford and aa the 'bus dance to wish us tun voyagt. Bro. Birtlet breezi when none was blowing; a most de went down to the "Archway Tavern' with lightful modern creation, especially in Centre Stand & ExWell pike on three several occislons fert? ?"'f.hu.r In a high 1 mile from HuJpkw writer pull up at our respective residence, a Ju state of cultivation, wall tension Tables, to describe il, be will not intlict an- vent "thank God," either expressed or felt us, where we took a 'bus for London Bridge, i. feuod. excellent water. Will aelltb growls LoveW Noimandr! As like Endand crop of 30 acres of corn and 5 acrea ot tobacco. Hat Woven Wine. Cot-te- n and there, at the last moment, Jamie came . MpoibIei witfl trimmed hedge row, neat a long suffering public. Our aMend other cfl.irt on from fifteen heart. Excursions new cottage with 4 rooms, veranda and pantry, wa good clitern, orchard, large new biro, 60 atrtw Top and Hair Matn.n.i .1liilitfiit tilaM ( la are good in their way, but one In a year or upon u from an unexpected quarter to say farm houje anJ nearIy emy thng iHke clover. Price low. Possession given at one. good-byComfort, tresses, Folding Bed LounMaking our train in good tlmfc, bul the treeJ The3e ara aim0Jl uaifoml7 the Urgcta Hotel t OKI two is a often a tbey can be taken with IlOOVEll 3IETCAWP, t ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes (a part of my "religion" i five minute to trimmeJ l0 mere Dole, with a tuft of leaves 26Mt. neat Estate .Agents. Nlcholaavllle, Kyv it t4 altuateJ ioimediately ml' e beach relish. and Sofas, and Everything Else spare at the railway station), we steamed on tm, .,- -.. ..... ,.xactlT and U adm.ru.; frs.t;r,t tQ. the m01t Monroe Forlre-W, W. Monroe, the courteous and !, Store. in every particular. (With accomodation obliging Division Freight Si PaMenger off at 8 o'clock precisely and soon left Lou- our coltonwood a far as 1 am able to com- Kept in a -DANVILLEround don e mok far in the rear. open the yer for 1,000 people, it pare who; rapidly growing branches, Agent of the O. & O. II. II , with Granulated Bngur Prices. We had procured "Cook's Tourist Tick- - constantly lopped, furnish firewood for aUny full. The fare ii sndis nearly at Lexington, accompanied the an J the urf bithing, which i Ihe excnrsioniM I saw pile afthrough and did all in hi ets," lor the portion of Swittnland we were cooking to a grett extent 18S-11N8.1. principil attraction, i cWuiini: and power to make the trip pleasant. He suc- to visit and our route to the Continent was ter niles of thee bouzh stacked for winter , suit, ceeded admirably and our party especially via Newhaven and Dieppe. This is the,.,..:.iia iuiui'Jb uwni'c uuu a.ui ,kts heilth-RlvinanA Oar i t '! in - i urc u kept on hire for the p "roe. took to the are under lasting obligation to bim, Tbe cheapest way to Pari, involving G hours length. Vernon suggested that tree thus and tome Chesapeake A Ohio is particularly fortunate on the channel, instead of the two from trimmed resembled the tails of poodles, The Central Kentucky water with the alacrity , n Fair will bold Its Mixta Annual Kalr at Danville on It is about two hours and tbe likeness is "trikine. of the ladiea actually learntd m wlm while in the selection of it employees and we Dover to Calais. Manufacturers of Confnued next time. h. .t there. The fumes they cut in really believe it ha the most sccomodatica; run from London to New Haven, and br August 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th. Dooi-h-, K.ir h.il.irw ooetutnei Were in tome in and polite conductor of any road in the 11 o'clock we were asleep on the steamer NrhIi, BliHdg, WlRdaw Show This to Youk Uinr.. "What is Competition opn to si: Everybody aUnce a Utile more pictu:eiue than in onntry. Besides thoe extended by others Paris, which, however, could not go to sea the effect of ice cream on the teeth?" a For CaUlouea, Ac , apply to the Secretary.iorlted. olbsjrs, but to the credit of Stanford, be it we remember very gratefully the courtesies until 3 In the morning for tidal reason. Somerville dentin was aked the other day. and Deer Frames, Bfie!. IjYLE, Prealdent. .IT. J. L. HRfCB. Sec'y. J. taid, the average waa much beyond the av- of our old friend, Cspt. Phil Coon, who We had a ytij quiet run across the chan"Bad, decidedly bad," was the reply. ingm gcrell Saw erage of Ihe vast crowd that three timet a pulls the bell cord on the Lightning Ex-pr- nel. Thesea was like a mill pond that "Tbe lactic acid contained in the cream in FOURTH hot July night with not even a well, sug- jures the enamel. Moreover, U exceedingIn the wave. We had some day gesting possible nausea, and tbe steamer pictures made at great expense of some of Werk,THr detrimental to the complexion. There Launch of a Okeat Ship. The Cu- - got tindrr way so quietly when she ran out ly which thoie inleres'eJ can tee by the parly was a beautiful, rotycheeked young girl nard Line steamer Uiubria, the largest ves of New Haven, that I wa not awakened. lug Latke Werk, calling at thW offi:e and piling all arrearwho cime to my office one day last sum-t- o to the I. J. sel a that except the Great Eastern and I cannot say much for the Paris. She is OF TUB age and a year' aubicription have a tooth rilled. She had datzling City of Koine, waa launched recently at not a tidy craft, the mattresses and pillows Fleering, Celling, Weatk-- A Id advance. one of the molars waa be Fairfield, for the Cunard Company. She are stony lo the last degree; and tbe only white teetb, but After remaining at Old Point conple of he informed me that ginning to decty. measures 3,000 tons gross, her length is 520 thing available in the way of refreshment erbeardlHg, DreasMl jLHiuker "Hays we took the steamer Jane Mosely for she attributed the decay of the tooth to ice our trouble began. 'ett, her breadth 57 feet and her depth 10 before landing In the morning, is a mouldy cream, of which she was in the habit of Washington, and here PAIB ASSOCIATION, And ether feet. Uer engines are designed to indicate decoction, called by courtesy, coffee, which A great many other people had decided to taking large quantities her betrothed being Under the naw management will begin on rj.&OO horse power, the moat powerful ma. leaves a bitter souvenir In one's mouth make tbe trip, loo, at that time and the exceedingly generous young man. I lice engine yet constructtd. She is built of what would otherwise be a pleasant an 12, waa a moat miserable iani. By early againH the use of confections, is divided into ten water voyage in good weather. I shuddered to warned her entirely of eteel, Also Dealers In application we aucceeded in getting stale And. Days, but it wa of no use. Her beau enouraged compartments and baa five decks, think of the consequence with a crowded (Ood eave the name) but they wers tight she hasn't a tooth in her room, and I is the determination of the managers to make promenade deck extends for 300 feet cabin, rough sea and a lower berth. The her ni ttaA moat attactlvsand agreeable Falra email and eo badly veotlUled and hot aa to The head and a complexion, once like 'a reJi this heldolin Kentucky. ever over the hole breadth of the vessel and bunks are uniformly too short for any one make one feel after a fitful Ieep that he Tbe Kentucky Central Railroad will run ipeelal red rose that' newly sprung in June' is the saloons will all be proportionately approaching six feet. Vernon is about 4 trains dally a excursion ratea. Call on us or write lor price. We keep Iaeg had awakened in hade. Certainly unle a dull, whitey bfown. Fact. You i rams normduring thu Fair, arrive lu thennrn-aami cflu m will i large. It was a matter of remark among or 5 Inches beyond that and came oat so now I an actual, seething lake of fire In the evening Paan;era will be stock ant wllldoeur best to plea to you 1a priest snl acceptought to warn young ladies sgainst that place landed :thlo a atone' threw cf Ihe Grounds. the eompany present at the launch that it near the top of the cabin, while preparing and quality ol material. Coaipetltlon is solicited from every auction and and brimtone,U I no hotter than tboee ing invitations from their beaux to e.il ice a wsrni welcome win bees ten Jed to all. hot night in is leu than ten months since the keel of for ld, that the steward thought hi was cream." DANViLLE FLAK ISO MIhi. C Somervilln Journal "state rooms" were on that T5fnJ frrfV!ilflj, the vessel was laid. The new ship will run standing on something and stopped to see I). UA It HI", President, Danville. Ky. July. Borne of the ladiee, who had been between New York and Liverpool. C. D lllKMULT Wec'y CoxtroRT for Hay Fever Scfferers. what it was. Fortunately we were few In hoping for a Miuall just to be able to aay One of the moU remarkable thing about they had eeen one at pea, came near having The Task That Pakalyzcd TheKmt number and took tbe liberty of kicking i little mure than answered, on "How glorious it is to be engaged in out the boundary pillow, thus transforming the hay fever that it attack only persona their prayer a of the Anglo Sixon blood and is mostly fcr about 10 o'clock a torm arose mat to purely intellectual occupation," murmured two berth into one. With all fully occu Fifteen Professors and Instructors.' nd middle classes of eeemed threatening Indeed. a Boston maiden, gating raptuously into pied, No. 2 scrapes his hair on the boot or confined to the upper n Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Horns-- ! them. It is, therefore, au aris'.ccratic The wind blew harJ, th wave' ran high, the admiring eye of a country editor; shoe Poles of No, 1, taking hie revenge on , scnooi and commercial course ot study. a fact which may be ot some comfort 3 in turn. Xo. 1, with his head against , 'eai-ewhite cap here and there, "your own mental faculties for tools and the burning inlo ' to tbve who ufter from it The scientific ie a happy man-t- oo COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. happy and when the lightning illuminated the whole universe for n workshop. Now tell the partition Tor Catalogue and other Information unjustly hap- - espUnitkn of thl fact is that persons of Fall term begins Sept. lOtll, 1884. might me," she added, "what do yon find the most in fact, comparatively-m- ost ever and anon the project Address JAME8 IS. PATTEKHON, I'll. P., Iexlngtoii, Kentucky. . a,,u .ow, have been glorious and grand could it have difficult thins connected with your noble pt. while tne last uniortunate in tne tow tain peculiar ldoijncraay, ilepenaent, per e cleans some one's boots with his hair.havins profeIon?" been appreciated under the circum-tencblii&clud with not the least show of reprisal, seeing his hap, on nbnornnlity in the mucus mem "Paying the hands," said the editor." A number of red cheelJ " This is bath lucid and satisfactofeet go against another partition, with no bran? bright eye, and one Philadelphia Call. fwr, tear eprang to COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY, LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND, KY. ry. N. Y. Mall ond Expre.. feelings whatever to be rasped. Thee pood w.uiwn, trembling with fright, exvv A. .ton will fiDn Wdneidiv. Sestezabar 3d. 1831, During the present harvest season in unADVACT.IOM.-- V KILL VM I LTY ol able ami expfrlenceJ Instructors. Comprehensive claimed with fervor: ''Oh! I wUh I bad IiaU the reapers have earned a dollar and however, are none of them required to Arizau' total production of copper this ammraui. t instruction Completeness f buililltus mmc.i'tureuud liohpltalltr. and Sorlnl ItUlktliiKuuliwI for itxretinnl ataiJ at home with Saw Etnbry I" The a half per day, which they consider extra, dergo the ordeal of another row of wretch- year is expected to be nearly 50 per cent, rnmum.n linssfssrr.-Tlie'-ominiin- li)- thi. 11KHV Itttnilles, in Hn.l iionit'Slti ot uIhii au usiiersiy.than 500 fttt aboTe tUo :.. es who lie along an inner shelf nearest the greater than last yen's yield, which then I.iicjitlitii. It hmoml Is M Ji i.e. the bay was alatm-Inglii.iiiihfniiiruiir Bsmo Btorni further tip ordinary wages. Their work lasted four, ... Ohio river. aiMfrve from all mulurliil liitlurnres fc.., ol the BIsr centre Is tup ArefsHillllj.-nirhnio- iiJ amounted to 17,000,000 poumh severe, as the following from an An-in- teen hours daily, from 1 a. m. to 3 r. m., Teseel's eide. They are required to lie anltswthmafw hours, liyrall.nf Loiusvlile tlncliinatl Knoxvllleandcliattatiooea. an nnen nort. that if kent open, is sure r......- dU t Md ) nam will fhowiloileiutr. Kxpc ii . HoarJ In Ilie .trie ,.ifinnw with intervals for meals, which consisted hliiK. uji'l In the best f.imllle il hd ot bee for Lieut' Gteclr aca eletaut. comfortable hoiueMlu per annum for cverylhlmr except to occurred of muah and oil, Bologna sausage, rice, to give you a dreadful cold; If closed, to ' J.e ten months, from lper week. Totsl netvr-.vr- y expens-tF- ' fearful "A iflc of wentren of hi men the reduce the eecond cabin paesengers to For full Information and .sulngne, .n;.lv ! L. H. BLANTON, D. P., ChanCOllor. this aflurnoon on Chesapeake Biy.in which beans, cheese and wine, taken at 7, 12 and G n,l .MfTncatlnn. This. In addition to the worm miKm never uYe mm s uase nvieti (leoreiatina wan caucht oil' San o'clock. Outside of the season their hnd Chicago Times. the stoamer head and foot exasperation aforesaid, j dy Point. The window of her upper sv find little to do and they sicken often from Positive Cure for Piles. I suppose the "first claea" folks got along loon were blown out, earning the grealest downright starvation and stagnation. To the people of thliciuuty tts woaU sir that better. One must not get comfort without we Wohare been siren tho siencr o( lr. Msrehtil's consternation nuiong hor psucengcrf. paying for it in thU unfriendly world. A case of death from earth eating is Italian File OlDtmeit euiphatlcilly guarsnteevl j and the men put on life premen fainted to cure or tuoaer refunJeM Interatl, External,! In the Jiiiti'h Medical Journal. Such shall have a sense of imminent risk of Kii- server, expecting that the boat would go connected with my recol- BlinJ, BUeJlDjcrltcbln; riles. Price 30 cents blinding a result I rare nowaday. Yet the writer down. Rhe loat her nay in the a box. No cure, no piy. Tenny A McAUster, savs the habit Is common among the Hin lection of the steamer Paris, from New Ha-Te- n Drulsts. rain and was at the mercy of the wave unCloses October 25th, to Dieppe. And the eoliaity of the du inhabitant, of Trinidad. Children ofOpens August 16th. til the United State revenue steamer Phlox Daughters, Wives and Mojjfep. the habit fre- pillows and cushions of any kind (covering ten take to it end in adult IB ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. We emphatically guarantee Dr. JUrclilsl's came along and took her in tow. The quently become so depraved that it can we were not offered) will tend to fix her in a fexale rcmHy, to cure I'euule Dlicas- difficulty in towing and Phlox had great not be given up. The earth chosen resem- mind should oneV memory begin to grow el, surii as ovansu irouoiss, inuiuiiuaiiua auu the etrain wao great upon her that her bles nandstone and is often mixed with Ulceration, falllu and JispUcemsst cr'ttarlngi forcetful. By Cnppa's and Gllmore's, the most famous bandi of the world. could barely turn the wheels. She slate. Adults generally adopt the practice engine "? XnBUrlttl. Barrenness. Chanse Jw But the bracing mornine air. and Dieppe r, .n,, ihlx nort at 7 r, M. The from economical reason. . let Life, Leucorrlmei, beslles uunj- weakuesses Largest and Finest Display or Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. naruor in me near iuicgruuuu, not springing from the abort, like Ittudicue, Bleat' cuitK roil lMI.KS. atorm ia rcpreenled as one of the most seLOWEST RAILWAY RATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. A few fishtnu smacks in sight In?, Spinal Sikntsi, Sleeplessness, Nerroui ot w 1"'k''1 rile are. frequently preceded H vere ever experienced on Chesapeake Bay." by Palpitation of ttiu Heart, Ac. For ills llom.n, creeping lazily along the shore were the In Hi lack, lolin and lower part of tb fol!1 and Si By mapping out a programme and caulnjtbeptlnt to suppaie lie liaaaomo affection only moving things upon tbe quiet water, I druulitt. TricesUtloi, Jf.Y., SO per bottle. Sead rxr - xsxrn cuorc-w- r led for pamph'.et, frco. to Dr. Marchlsl, lowing it up rapidly the ladles were ol tin klJneya or iielgblwrlni; organ. At tlmei, between the high stone plera For sal by Pnny & McAUster, Drujlita. flatulency, as we steamed Ten works cf Kentucky's sreat sculptor. Joel Hart, the best possible collection. of jmptoni fcf ludlgeition are prcieut, at to ace the principal point into what looked like a great lock. No One hundred counties in Kentucky vill make exh.b.ts, dispUying P'oduct" i which will demoasttaie for get a pretty gocd ttueailui'ii of tbi atonmeli, etc. A moUture, like "uky THIS IDEA OF GOI.VO IVEST this Stat.'s tremendous capacities ?nd future rertplratlon, producing rery illagrealla Itcblnjf, sign of harbor visible until a sharp turn to TUCKV TRlUMrilANT. Everybody pride and f lory-K- EN city generally. lo Colon J or New Msxlcs, for pure 'air totJliera idea of the Tery common nttcnJant. the' right reveals it. Then you find that aftor getting vurui, It Corcor-an- 's Coniumptlon, Is all a wliuke. Any reaionabt auti mill., lllecdlng and Itching I'llei ylfXl at once to tbe was dellRhled with the display in IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS among Application of Dr. Uoeanko'i Tile Itemed)', hlch acta behind the high chalk cliffs there is a woull u4 Dr. Boisaki Coih a til Lchj Syrll'p fr art gallery and one little artit absorbing tbo winding port with plenty of room for a Cansumptlon In all Its first stii;i. tt m; fills to directly upon tbo parlt affected, Coujln, Colds, Bronour number could hardly ha coaxed ever wis. Tumon, alia) log tbe Intetue ItcLIugand ulT.ctluza large fleet of vessels not above 500 tons to give rsllsf In all ciui of viiitor the erandest.conipUtest.and raost.maBnlBctat Stock exhibit the wsrld has building. The paintings and permanent cure. I'rlce GO Miiti. Addreu tbo Dr. chitis Tains la the Chest and all aflectltni tint are totha and a sljht that can not to duplicated ia tbe world. leave the nested, Our handbags were not even burden. J. M. WRIGHT, General Manager statuary are by the beat mmtera and the Beaauko MtdWlue Co., Tua, Qhto. SoldbyMcBob-ert- i overhauled by the Custom House author!- - coniliureJ primary to Consumptleu. rrlts, Wvsuts BENNETT H. YOUNO, President snl ft 00. StlJ br Mer.vberts S. Stan. A Eutf. with thouBands J building ia thronged daily u nicriorourimI praise J. Tiiia joonnv 8UKOEON DENT1WT, I'EIl stock ENTERPRISE Grocery. tag-ini- Ijaiicntcr, Kentucky, GEO. D. BTJRDETT r Ar Mokinmjy: -- db OOu " J, flnt-cla- die-tra- Lately been Slaking sive Additions CHRISTIANJOLLEfflE. FoisnltnaffS .... JY JQ. SPECIALVOTICE li' r.. ..i liut rt re 1 head-quarte- rs . ., i,-- .. ,i. '" Daniriile Fair PLANING MILL COMPANY e. THE Annual Fair TUESDAY, AUGUST Continues MADISON COUNTY lt Building Material farming IJuinberE yJll. 267-3- 1 land-lubb- di-N- 0 ft TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY ""' ".' r""u "central university, . y n ,,,,,,. - ' " ivj t:. " 1 SOTJTHEDEilsr mJ LOUISVILLE, srtsTv JL e, 3ixiorc 1884. I ' TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY rrsrrarc us.ac2"ic. - '" coiTrxTra&AN i ''" KSLitnlVuM , r t"'- - m' h 1 " - "' T f-- T' Wafaiir'rftir ,fa fin rfi " v-"- Tnri -- r premium; J. W. Weatherford, Lincoln, certificate. Mtro and mule colt, J, K. Baughman, premium; J. W. Powell, Lincoln, certificate. August 1, 1884 Stanford, Ky., Over 1 year and under 2, John Tewmey, Boyle, premium, Bennett Cloyd, Lincoln, PHARMACISTS certificate. W. P. WALTON. Mule 2 years and over, P. T. Gentry, DI4LIM IJt- fident that Cleveland could carry New Boyle, premium: B;n. Spalding, Lincoln, -THE HUSTONVILLE FAIR. Books, certificate. Gov. Cleveland was formally notified York even with his opposition. Kelly has ? H" rat Pair mules In hamcs, P. T. Gentry, Although the Hustonviltc Fair Direc nomination by the committee ap- made a number of overtures and promised of hu premium; Ben. Spalding, certiorate. Pbysydiuia' preicilptloni jcctiraMjr compound! pointed by the National Convention, Tues to support the democratic nominees if he tor! deserve no recognition at our bands HARNESS STOCK. AJi nddree he de- were allowed to name candidates for sever- because of the shabby manner in which Sucking colt, Mason Talhott, premium; day, and In reP0De to their I J'KVV JifiliHSl I biief but pointed speech. After al of the more impoitant city offices, hut they treated this office in regard to its Joe !;. Farris, Lincoln, certiorate. livered a un-- , acknowledging the compliment paid him by so far he has met with no encouragement. printing, not even evincing enough county ..Mare, stallion or gelding, 1 year and Lack-- . iera. J. E. other things: The impression prevails however that Tam- pride to give us a fair show al it, we ey, Lincoln, Farrisi, premium; G. A. the committee, he said among Largest Stock of WntcliCH, certificate Mnre 2 rear old. W. A. Russell, Boyle, J-K- ? "The party and its representatives which many ill come around all right after it nevertheless return good for evil by send Clock, Jcclry it Silverman ask to be entrusted nt the hands of the peo- has sulked awhile, even without being paid ing a special reporter to the grounds, who premium; J. J. Spear, Lincoln, certificate, i Lovtr '- .lare 3 years old, Kue M .Minor, iioyle, furnishes below a full report of the awards AfV-HsSSeiv Krerbrnicht lotbltuirkft Prl Jewnlrr tbui the tiwett. Watcbr, llinki and ple with the keeping of all that concerns to do do. in sLiort Dollcsind Wamuttd and other incidents in advance of any premium;1 J. T. Mock, certificate. & Minor and their safely, should only their welfare While in Virginia, this week, we receivMarc years old and over, Rue ask it with full appreciation of the sacred-ni- e ed the grateful assurance from many demo- other paper. We do not mention the mat. premium; W. A. Russell, certificate. Stallion or gelding 2 yearn eld. Rue it f the trint and with a firm moke to crats that she would be true to her former 1er of piloting became of its value that administer it faithfully and well. I am a reputation br giving Cleveland 30,000 ma is a mere song, but we do regard the an- Minor, premium; T. C. Robinson, lhyle, certificate. democrat became I believe that this truth jority. Mahoneism is practically dead there imus of the proceedings and the bate inSiallion 3 veara o!d,W. A. Russell, premInterior ium; Rue fc Minor, certificate. lies at the foundation of the democracy. I and the Old Dominion is as sure almost to gratitude shown, when the Stallion 4 years old and over. Rue & Mi have kept the faith because I believed, if give her electoral vote to the democratic Journal has ever stood up lor that end of the county, supported her myriads of nor, premium; A. J. Coleman, Mercer, cerrightly and fairly administered and ap- ticket as Kentucky. DKALI.K IN candidates and alweya said a good word tificate. plied, democratic doctrine and measures CONGRESSMAN CDLBEKT83N, Roadster mare or celdlne. W. H. Rob of the will insure the happinei, contentment and Ninth Kentucky district, shot himself in in and out of season for it. The West End inson, Boyle, 1st premium; Rue A Minor, Ilnrdtvnre, Howe Shot', OrnrrrluM, SuddlcM, prosperity of the people. If in the contest the head in Washington Wednesday, al- or some of its people seems wedded to Dan- 2d and 3d. Iron, yinlln, ituecuHunrc, IIitRKy Whips, The West Enders are the finest entertainupon which we now enter we steadfastly leging that he was tired of life. The ville, though getting all her furor from HiiKCT Wheel, Stoves, Ciuio Stanford and other portions of the county er in the country and your reporter is ento the underlying principles of pure wound is said hold NpokoN, to be fatal. Now let John Cider .MIIIh, I,h CoTOrft, joying their hospitality to the fullest exparty creed and at all limes keep in view D White follow his example and rid Ken- but she will awake some of theee times lllniM, Ntoneunrc, Corn MiellcrH, Collar, to find that we can not always be ignored tent. Your space i too iimlted I know to the people's good, we shall he strong be- tucky of her radical Congressmen. and then come up smiling to her assistance. allow a special mention of all who have Oliver Chilled, cause we are true to ourselves, and because Champion Steel and Brinloy Combined Plowi, Wooden and The Lexington Pre continues to lam- But to the report: shown me favors, for their name Is legioo, ( the plain and independent voters of the land Cast Pnmps, and tho Colebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofpoon Mayor Johnson notwithstanding that The Fair officer have also been very kind The second annual meeting of the will seek by their votes to compass their reing and Oatterinir will have nrotnnt attention. Stock Fair Association opened and to them and all I am very grateful. where there dignitary's threat. It seems to us that if lease from party tyranny i JV. ii. Trri'iinfi. NitlcHtnrn Mayor really meant business, he would very auspiciously Wednesday. The crowd A. G. H JoJ.mirlulit.Ji: should be Rubmisiion to the popular will haye taken other steps to silence the Press far exceeded that of the usual opening The Hop. arid their protection from parly corruption than by sending a letter by hit clerk to the day, the stock show was splendid, and the The second anuual Hop of the West End when there should be devotion to the peoeditor. music furnished by Wolf & Trosl'a band Club was in every way a success. As ex-- 1 pled interests." superb and a big feature of the exhibition. cellent as it was last year, tbe one last MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Gov. Knott stands firmly in his deterPhil Thompson was on hand and made a night excelled it in brilliancy, beauty and , military as a last mination to only use the Sianlev, the African explorer, haa re- speech, while his right bower, Jack Cbinn, gallantry. Too much can nt be raid about One W. S. Cavett, of Simpson turned to England. reeort. wreathed in smiles, circulated among the it, especially the most courteous manner in ' county, charged with raping his daughter, Four girls were killed by lightning crowd. In the afternoon a heavy shower which the Club treated their visitors. was arrested and taken to Franklin, wheie near Maryville, Kans. came up which drove the people to shelter Every town in Central Kentuckv wa repto put and end to his The Harrodsburg democrats had a a mob threatened and rendered the stock in bad condition to resented I know that you will be crowded existence, The county Judge fright- crand ratification meeting yesterday. show. The awards for the first day are as for time at the late hour you receive this! J ened to death telegraphed to the Governor Seven hone thieves were hanged in a follows: AT- or I would expeciate more fully on the for troops but that official promptly res- bunch at Muscle Shell, Mont., Monday JACKS AND JENNETS. Jack under one year old, John Baugh-ma- delights of the glorious evening. The ' ponded: "The idea that the jmtt comilatus night. supper given at that excellent hotel, the Lincoln, premium and certificate. Geo. D. Wise has been nominated for of Simpson county cannot protect a prisonJack 1 year old, J. K. Baughman, Lin- Weatherford House,,waa simply sumptious. Virginia to Cosgreis in the 3rd er from threatened violence when the coln, premium and certificate. Druggists and Booksellers, A Hit of the ladles and their costumes is district. peace officers nave had over twenty-fou- r Jack 2 years old, G A. Lackey, Lincoln, appended. Tbe gentlemen were so numerTwo persons were fatally and two se- premium and certificate. hours' warning sefinjB as preposterous to me Jack 3 years old and over, Levi Hubble, ous I cot'ld not get their names correctly I.COITKJB m itmuat be humilitatlng to the people of verely injured by a bursting rocket at CinLincoln, premium; J. W. McWhorter, Ca-s- Tbii is started at 3:30, this cinnati. riday mornlhat county. Nor cau I see how the prescertificate. ing: The Cincinnati Sun which succeeded ence of sixty armed men from Bowling Mln Roi Drye, LobIitIIIs, clnotble illk dl- Jennet under 2 years, W. L. the Journal as a republican paper, has Boyle, premium; J. K. Baughman,Caldwell. taonJi. Green can prevent bloodshed sooner than certifiMlu Kite Bogle, UuitooTllU, pink nun'i cate. the same number or thrice the number of former set. ptirli. Jennet any age, W. L. Caldwell, Boyle, Gov. Hendricks has been notified also armed citixsns of Simpeon county. I can i ' MIm Belle Bogle, Uuitontllle, blae caihmtre, that he waa chosen as the Vice Presiden- premium; Jas. Harbison, Boyle, certificate. oaly order troops from another county on lice oferdun; diamond!. Mlii Mary Brawn, Stanford, whit ciibtarre, Buck any age. W. D. Irvine. Boyle, pre- demand of the sheriff, and on being satisfied tial nominee. .cigni persons were arownea ov tne mium; Wigham A Lourie, Jessamine, ceratln; lhat the power of the county is sufficient. Mill Uttrn Rtld, UuitoOTllle, white rtiburrt, AND sinking of the propeller, T. M. Osborn, in tificate. See coction.374. Criminal Code." The GovEwe any age, W. D. Irvine, premium; sitln; natural tlowen. Lake Superior. ernor waa right. The civil authorities Mli, Mule Drre, Huitontllle. red caibmirr, & ! H. D. McHenry, cf Kentucky, has Wigham Lourie, certificate. Ilk, lice OTtrdreta; flowtra. &ave proved themselves able to protect the SHEEP. MIm Allle Go IT, rarii. white iitln, mail; raMn. Buck any age, Wigham A Lourie, preof money been been appointed on the National Democratprisoner and a vast amount A Full and complYlo HHsorlnieiil of Furniture, ic executive Committee. Mln Ella VaoMattr, Wlncbtittr, white mium and certificate. eiubracliiR taved. Gov, Knott continues to prove that Troui the CliCHprNt fo flic Fluent Parlor Nulfrn. Ne lact ; dlaiuooda. Ewe any age, Wigham & Lourie, premiThe hii selection waa the beat thing that the nessee is reunion of the Army of the Ten- um and certificate. blue nun'a wil- need to Ko to the Mln Jennie Keld, Uuttonrlllr, cIUcm to make your pnrthHHCM, no matter set for August 13, on the bank of ing, utln; gold, State could have possiblv done for herself. SADDLE KTOCK. Khat quantity Drquallly you uant, hm I can nnd nlll duplicate Lake Minnetonka, Minn. MIm Annie Cook, JIuilonTlllr, while anil, lace Saddle gelding any age, Com. Sandidge, any prlcen you can obtain cUeHlierc, freight belnjc added. Alae IiAbt winter the "Virginia Legislature J. C.S. Harris, Receiver of the Indi- Lincoln, premium; Carpenter Bros., Lin- trlmmlnjT. dlanonda Mt MuRgla llibertaon, SprlsgfitlJ, shell pink a full aHKoriuient ol CoIIIun, C'aCM. MiroudM passed a bill to reapportion the Congress- ana Banking Company, was arretted on a coln, certificate. and ICoben, etnbrac Siddle mare any age, A J. Coleman, atln, pearls. lujc all the ional districts of the State, which the Gov- warrant charging the embezzlement of $95.-00Stylen, both cheap and expetiNlt e. Warn roonia Trlrrt, Mln Jennie McAllMtr, InTllIe, wine Mercer, premium; H. C. Bright, Stanford, oppoHlte St. AMiph Hotel. Stanford, Ky. ernor, who is a toil of Mahone, vetoed. pink utln, combination, dlatnoodi. The National Labor Committee, in ses- certincate. very promptly passed it over his The body MIm Corcle Cooper, Stanford, white mull, white DRAIT UOR9E8. objections however, but the Jfahoneilea al sion at Chicago, has determined not to call Coll either sex. John S. Goode, Lincoln, atln Iodic, pearla. MIm Kate Caldwell, Lancaster, black, rbadaiuet, leging home informality in the proceedings, a convention for the nomination of a Presi- premium; F. M. Yowell, certificate. Yearling either sex, J. S. Murphy, Lin- Spanlih lice, dlaniondi. dential ticket. cot out a writ to enjoin the clerk from cerMlu Bertie NewlanJ, Danrltlr, white bvb'i -- A..KNT 1 While the cholera is rsging in France, coln, premium; F. M. Yowell, certificate. a Tim- tifying to ita passage and the matter wa) Telling, lace, bp'cial premium by John b. uotxle. the b.ick plague is devastating certain disf.U. Mlu Sophie Bright, Boyle county, to be sejtled by the Supreme Court. The Mare and colt for draft purpose. John & tricts in Russia, and Panama is suffering Gjcde, Lincoln, premium; Ja?. Wray, cer-- t MtiaSallle Cook, HujtonTille, pink aad Hue BONANZA body aleo does tne bidding ot tne little latin, dlauiondi. ficate. I lnsry and no democrat bad any doubt with yellow feyer. Ar.1 the M.ic miu.d f ! w, f r Ltiiroln MidOarrsrd Cc nolle Mln Jcule It is leported from Alabama that the Stallion anv aire, John Builder, Boyle, lace, ruMci. Cuok, cream nun'i Tilling, raalth Wf as to the way it would be decided. To get u l'j premium; J. K Bauehman, certificate. ' k. ...... " .ii MIm Belle Ck, crlinwa athuier, satis, tnr- - Iti.lUtl iiTj.ai.K.r.i.i. ahead of the decision, the democrats went repunncansoi mat state nave nxe-- l up sev Mare any ace, J. S. Goode, premium and . ,4k.. 1U1.I. Il.!.--!-, . i"it , ,, , ,, ........ .J svnn,,. &....-,, ,v ., ii,,.,. o I T.,l- - a eral riots, with bloodshed accompaniments, certificate. ijUOll. H"w an. quietly to work and getting a liabliuil Clrralart u Mlti Special premium by Wray & Wakefield cream luancae iwiawen, iibiiobtiik, tsiia, , . ip u.umm ii.hu nun, nvuinevn a bi., mcnmotHI, MU. s J, i majority ' pledged to the bill, prevailed on which are to go off at the local election?, nun'i Telling, uiiiue&ui. for the get of their horman hore. S15, MIm lMtie Drre, HuttouTlUe, white Mliii, the members of tie Legislature to petition August, 4. Reports sent to the Independent Re- Gu? McCormock, premium, Mr. Watu, Spanish hue; dUuwnJi, the Governor to call an extra session, which Boyle, certificate. Mlu Jftw.le Sautter, Staaferd, blue aatlo; diaMARES ASD COLT;- be has done, assembling the bjdy on the publican Committee show that the monds. movement is growing. It even Mare and mule colt any 'ex. J. K. 13th. The bill throws out Johnnie Wise n Ml Kiuua SauHejr, Stanford, Mil tarlatan, C. T. Worthington, and eeveral other repudiaton and scala- threatens to destroy the republican hope Baughman, premium; bodice; pcarlf. tS"Read Wlat Some of Our Bert Farmers and Oi'tkens of Lincoln and Garrard Say Bovle. certificate.' MIm Jtan Bueb anan, Crab Orchard, white illk; wag, hence their strenuous efforts to pre- - of carrying Kansas. Mare and Horse colt any sex. J. E. Far- Luuoln and Oarrard, do irrtllr that natural Uoweri. Disastrous rains and flood in Virginia ris, Lincoln, premium; Mason Talbott, cerent ita taking effect. N.w H..n.n (),.0 and'l ThWiW and Knjlhe! al'we ,", r MIm Addle Ottenhelraer, New York, cream wt- - credit lor the West Virginia and Maryland did much tificate. hl?l , w ui. It ILrwIie. fait. Mu,and In; dlaniondi. Tun: people of Marion County, indignant damage. ma.blnVs rmi smoort.tr and with noi.r, tici not tU Kr.!n BDOOV iuno. Several persons were drowned Mlu LelU Markiburr, Laneaiter, pink utln; wy to the that mi! t ,uy MacblnM el thfi klirl that ih"y ran "do ulo bJtier ihaJT" i"t th.ltol .because of the alleged invitation to Blaine Horse any age, Rue & Minor, Boyle, preand much property destroyed. Some houses diainondi. liThman t II Wfopircbailnj 1 mium; A. J. Coleman, Mercer, certificate, HC.rt- J h Uw.tVy. S'v.T to open the Southern Exposition 'at Louis were carried away Mr. Win. Ilobertijn, Bijlc, white null, lace; in the flood. Buggy mare any age, Rue A Minor, pre- diamond ville, held a meeting this week and entered The Kentucky Railroad Commission mium; Wm Dodd, Lincoln, certificate. .. .. rL.r,l inih, t Mln LelaJFiiter, LonliTille, white taullfanlih A Co. fU'l'JtH! 1 hat the r.ruii.ra sit lab, t.V W II h.n.K.. tl...., a solemn protest against the extraordinary ew, consisting " Hlchmonjl, Indl.na. and ,,'.d SPKED RINO. rhOruj B theTr v?""1- vi" "".. iLrtt 'lion of J. P.Thompson, of Maand LTOIlLl llil i,r hu! Il,r..l,ul .111, iK. u... .! W. A'. lace; dlaniondi. and declined further to measure Fair mares or gelding, speed, style and nlcn rion, A. R.Boone, of Graves, and Jno. D. MiisI.luleTwidwell, IIuttuaTlllr, white XtuZl.V&'-JrtmSUls- durability considered, regardless of ownwith the management or send any exhibits Young, of Bath lace, pearls. county, met in Frankfort ership, Rue & Robinson, Boyle, premium, iinrrawnomi.(Tu'iiu.aebiiMryJexluJ tlisnli tor tl.lr pHroutrf. and will tar to thn.. from the county. We are glad however to and organized by electing IiuitooTllle, plot utln, Mln Idi Twidwc-11- , Mr. Thompson A.J.Coleman, certincate. lace, dlaniondi. know that the management bae repudiated wh (eta will lei.ta to any one aldrewlug tue al Mtanford. Special premium by M. Chairman, and Clarence Egbert Secretary. Allen, fur lrintt matter I.lneola County, Kt Mln Jennie Carpenter, fctanlt.ru, blue ntin, diX'iui the invitation and declared that Mr. Bla'ne Yonra. terytrulr. . Ttt.t Vl.Ott. President Arthur will spend a portion bny rider 10 years and under, fine bridl?, amond. If. will have nothing to do with the opening of the summer on the McKee Rifle, Lincoln, Premium; Burdett MliiLeua Wllllami, liuitondlle, Ink faun. ON Government vessel Powell, Lincoln, certificate. though he bus, with Cleveland and others, Dispatch, which is aniondi, run at n public expense Special premium by T. L. Carpenter for been inyited to be present. It is very grat- of several Mlu Jotle Woolutui, Lexington, blue rutin , plow niule race, to be sound mule chsnge hundred dollars a day for his Spanish lace, diamonds, ifying to see our people bo ready to retent pleasure. We believe that it is only the riders last muleout takes premium, E. P. MIm Dovie Cirpcnter, st anfordJbiue nun'i tcII- an insult, bucIi as the reported action of the lower grade of public officer! who Carpenter, premium; Logan Drye, 1UK, VHIIIi are im- certificate. Lincoln, Miss Mattle UVjIumi, Lexington, pink satin Exposition would have been to every dem- prisoned for this sort of thing, A.(t. 11. Yesterday opened with rain and threat- diamonds. ocrat in the State. At the meeling of the L. & N. railroad ened to put a damper on the fun of the In 1872 Blaine's worldly possessions were directory in New York C. C. Baldwin. Jay day. but it Mopped jusl at that point where good by doing xo and aeeessed at 11,700. Now he is rated as a Gould. Ruell Stege, T. F. Ryan and John it could do the most The offices of Congress- E. Green resigned. The gentlemen named the result was a large crowd and a full and fine display. The awards were as follows: HaTlcs determined to chance mr business. I man and Senator do not pay more than were replaced by Meesre. Frederick W. SHORT-HORCATTLE. oSer for sale (rrHately) my Saw Mill, situated on enough for the holder to keep himself and Foote, J. D. Probst, J. H. Llndenberger Bull under one vear, W. F. Carpenter, Bruih Creek, in C'aiey county, Kj- The Engine is ' Lincoln, premium; E P. Woods, Lincoln, terstationary; Boiler 40x2t; hnglne lOxJO: Counfamily in the usual style. Mr. Blaine hte J. B Wilder and Exstein Norton. fehaft 2 ieet. Edging haw and Orlit Mill atThe largest stock ever in Stanford nnd tho beat to bo found in Central Ken. certificate. tached. The property la and held one or the other of these offices An organized band of stock thieves Bull 1 year and under 2, Geo. Rifle, Jr., since, acd the question aria s has been run down and captured by a Good Ittimiiufr Order. tucky, embracing about twenty five different styles pir-t- y Lincoln, premium and certificate irorn tho leading manu. bow has he made hia money? Bead the Timber plenty be of regulators at Willow Valley, Ore. liull 'Z years and under is, nine k car- to exchange lor and accessible. I would as willing good farm Block, such Mules, Mulligan letters published on our fourth Seventeen of the thieves were caught, with penter, Lincoln, premium and certificate. facturers in the United Stutes. Persons contemplating buying a vebiclo Hones, Cattle, Ac. this 1'enoDj wlsbln; to engage in tbe lumber buti Bull 3 veara and over. Ben King, Lin page and get an idea. a jarge numoer oi nowes in tneir poises-siocoln, premium; Winter Rifle, Lincoln, cer neia will find a good opening by applying to Spring should eelect tho earae or place their orders at once; for at this season JILGH l.OU.t.X, It in now reported lhat Mn. Lingtry's and theThe two ringleaders were hanged, tincate. and calf under 1 year, R. B. & E. P. 2V)-HuitonTllle, Ky. Cow remainder turned over to the auall manufacturers of first-chu- s to return to England vehicles are invariably over-ruhasty determination with orders Woods, premium; T. L. Carpenter, certifi waa to enter auit for divorce against her thorities and if the vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from four to eight cate. Ten thousand people attended the demhusband, so that she can become the spouse Cow 1 year and under 2, P.. B. & E. P. ocratic barbecue at Lexington Tuesday. It Woods, premium; T. M. McFsrran, Casey, weeks to obtain it; four week? beiug required to make, finish and dry of the giddy loon who baa shadowed her a first-clawas the largest political gathering seen THE DRUGGIST. in certificate. since her arrival, the sweet scented, Freddy Cow 2 years old and under 6, Adam carKentucky. Speeches were made by Gen. job ready for shipment, under tho most favorable circumstances. Uebhardt. If this is so. the Lilly is a much - penter, Lincoln, premium and certificate. Djrbin Ward, Thomas L. Jones, Donn t, worse woman than she has been pictured. Cow 3 years and over, Adam Carpenter, All work sold by mo will be found to bo such aa I represent them, unless Senators Beck and Blackburn, Col. & E. Woods, certificate. The prohibitionist ticket appeals to the t. Hunt, Senator Dan Voorhees and Sam premium; R. B. Rlffe P. Carpenter, prem- Ib Preparing for n Lively Summer have been deceived & Bull any aee, myself, nnd in that event the purchaser will bo fully other religionists in the names of its candidates at noted speakers. Trade. ium; B. B. King, certificate. . r.woous. premleast, Loth being noted biblicil ones St. Cow any age. it. is. His line ofgooli, in etcry Tarlety usually found The most horrible crime on record Call and examine my itock nnd I will do my best to please you Houio of the kind, la in a ium and certificate. John and Daniel. But St. John will be wia psrpetrated In Loaiclaru large and complete. this week. A HORSES. THOROUGHBRED in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from me and at aa cast on the island of Fatmos and Daniel in- young negrees having been seduced by her Stallion any age. 8. H. Baughman. Judicious Alterations in tbe Internal Arto the lion's den, both to stay there. father, gare birth to twins. While the wife premium, William Cotlrell, Boyle, reasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere else nnd get a guarantee on rangements Secure Boom Comfort iuutfiua an. nai returned to tne re- of the brute and the motlitr nf ,. certificate. and Better Display, Mare any age, Wm. Cottrell, Mobils, them, besides that is worthless to you when buying away from homo. lies publican party and will support Blaine and girl waa sick in an adjoining room the Particular attention la called to Ala., premium; S. II. Baughman, Lincoln, Logan. Were it not for his frequent changes father of the mother and the chil- certificate.' pectfully, in politics, Mr. Clay would drop entirely dren too a knife, cut both children to Pair mares or geldings. J.T. Mock. Boyle, A Large and Elegant Addition to the Stock of Jewelry, ont of the public mind and perhaps this an- piece, fed the flesh to the hogs and fled. premium; Rue & Drye, Boyle, certificate. MULES. imates his action. No arresta. And articles o Tertu. Hrrse mule wltt Chsrles Worthington, John . Cooper was nominated by the O.'d Point Hizil Green conventijn to succeed Judge hud who arrived at Comfort from a several days' sojourn in Kobert Rtddell. The total expenses of the Greely reNew York City, he told us that he had learned from leading democrats there that lief expedition is estimated by the officials it was the settled policy of the parly to of the Navy Department at about $700,000. ignore Kelly and his crowd entirely, con- The original estimate was $300,000. In a conversation with Judge Wm.Lind-siy- , jat wAiOTTOiriBp 1MB M $&$?& m -- (S c'tffv ,- 45) Drugs. Stationery and Fancy Articles. tettJL)jEmz. XT J. Jffl W. H. H.GGINS Untie, Mill, Jinnies, Hui-tonvil- WALL PAPER ! STAGES .STANFORD, KfcOCIC, una-erab- TRIMMED & READY TO PUT ON n, McROBERTS t 01EKA yv ML U' P. prl. LONG-WOO- L UNDERTAKER, JLealGi- in !Fiiiiiitiire Iare WAS wm ,Pj caib-mer- e, er-crytbl- ng 0. .cw W. il H. TRAYLOR, a. .ir.Vif;.fi. .. llk GRAIN M-- FIELD SEED THRESHER, ' two-thir- ". anti-Blai- Ml-I- ,."wiS'-iiJrii,,Bnl',Hlieiif- Ko"?.; l, ,rk i.t .ui - WrV 1 .,r..,. ' caih-mer- e, l Saw Mill For Sale! n Jersey and Open Spring Wagons. Village Carts, c. Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- reys. Carriages, - In n. tf n Cr.F. Peacock ss Pi-at- HUSTONVILLE, KY., . nrit-cla- Lin-coi- n, GEO, D. WEiARKNT, Mfg.'s Aft., STAFFORD. KY. ftl "M mnMnvmrvM FiiE8ii line of fancy candle?, at 8. S. My em ft. Co'. iwimmwwwMumi MT. VERNON P'PARTMENTt cake, etc., Stanford, Ky 1.3, August Foitanlo cheap 25,000 pounds of low 1, 1884 grade flour. Bright & Curran. A large number of cattle shipped from Indian Territory to Chicago died on the way ol Texas fever. For Sale. My desirable farm 1 miles N. LOCAL TIME CARD. 12 44 r. w. Hall train going North ' 1 64 r. M. " South ' South...- .10 a.m. EirrfkMtln" " Norh 2 Ml a.m. ' Th abore li calculated on itandard time. Molar tluiel ,ilmt 20 tulnutea futcr LOCAL NOTICES. Bin Paints of Pennv ft McAliater'. . McAliiter. LrnnirATi.va oils of nil kind fit Penny HAN.) new itock of every thine in tlie jewelry line at Penny h McAllnter'a. New nksilfit of ready mixed patnt for luring traie at McKobert SlagR'a. Watch es, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A .McAliater. Pent: winter Mralned lard oil and all kind of machinery oil at Mcltobert A tBR'i. at Penny A McAliater'; made with pure rock candy ayrup and flavored with purest fruit juices PERSONAL. Mil. D. in LouUvlle. The tet Soda Water In the cit Klass Ik (pending the week Mn. Kollie Gut mui: ii back from a viaii lr hi home in Boyle. Mil K. J. Ccrkan ha gone tc the imuntnin on a buines trip. Mn J II. Owsley and Mia Sabra Pennington are both improving. Ma. It. C. Ni'Snelley and wife, of Fayette county, are Tulliog relatives here Jvwu, 0. V. McCluhe and Jack Adam, Jr.,ofMt. Vernon, were here yea. terday, J W. Alcorn, Ei ,went to LouUvillt yeaterdty to purcluae material for hi new residence Mi?- Sallie Yeacer, of the Providence neiKLbjrl.ocd, i the Rtieit of Miia Dlcn Wraren. Mii ItoiiT McAlister and Mia Cor-ni- e Cooper are iolting Mri. Jno. 0. McAl irter at HuitooTllle. Mim ItoE Biciuiids hai returned to Jickaon to takecharee of the raualc drptrl merit of the cbool at that place. H. O Ilnivr, who left here four year ago and located at Monticello, Mo., it here on a viait to friend, looking; well. Mr. KuitAni) C. Bradley ha been dangerously ill ilnce Tuesday with malarial ferer, but wa tome bettc reaterdfty. MimOra Wilmore, of Xicholaaville, and Mia Annie Dillion, of Crab Orchard, hare ben veiling- - Mr. B G. Alford tht week Mn?. Will Hayes ha been aer?03ily ill with tluz for aererat day, but her phy aiclan fltt-d Teaterday B that be wai im- proving. Mk.m M Marshal and her little on, George Biiley, arrived yeaterdav from Indianapolis to Witt her (atber, Mr. Ktu-le- n William Mi-- r MaoiiIe and MakyOwsle, accompanied by their brother Sam, re turned Wedneaday from a vialt to Mr. Will It. M.nler.at-Vaahvill- e. Mis Jean Hl' hakan, of Crab Orchard, and Mia Addie Ottenbeimer, of N'ew York, who ia apending the Summer with her, are the guel of Mr. A. A. from Stanford, on the Crab Orchard Pike. straight flour, meal, bacon, Well watered and fenced, has good dwelling and lird can always be found at S, S. My and Mrs. E J. Moberly. " em&Co'n. The crop reports from Ohio, Indiana, to the effect that wheat Ok. Clifton Fowler purchased nine and Kentucky are is the best in quality and quantity that has ahare of atock in the Farmers National been gathered In years. Corn has suffered Bank at $143. from drouth, but the rains of the pant week Golden Patent Flour in giving splen- have rescued it, and the yield will be an did satisfaction, Uie it if you want the average one. beat bread. Sold only by T. It. Walton. Winchester Court. About 400 This is head of cattle on the market, of all grades We muet hnve our money. beat sold at fully 5 cents per lb., conthe second notice and mean business. The The siderable demand for good feeders, but few next will be through an officer. Edmiston on the market. One bunch of long yearft Owsley. lings brought 3tt,30, Short yearlings $29, Please don't forget your account wa calves of all grndes brought $15 to $23 due July lit. If vou havn't the money common cattle brought 3 to 4 cents, but come nnd give us your note; we nre anx- few mules on tbo market, prices low, plug ious to settle up our old book. Bright & horses at ordinnry prices, milch cowh Curran. brought $40 to $00 Democrat. . Harry AVkiiuer, with a new and imCRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNTt. proved company and full braes band and Mr. Sim Thompson ha begun work on orcheitra will appear at the Stanford Opera House, August ISth. The troupe play the Poor House, replacing the burnt build-ing- s with new ones, which will be a ilecided all next week in Danville. improvement for the convenience and comSi'EAUiNO. At the request of Judge fort of the paupers. M. J. Durham, we announce that he, Gov. The case against Diahon Ac. for shootMcCreary and Thompaon will pe.k at ing Harris in Dishon's house, wa properly London, Monday Auguet 11th; Livingston, by County Attorney Carpenter, Tueday J 2th; Mt. Vernon, Wedneaday dismissed the Harrises not putting in appearance as place tit 13th and at Stanford, 16:h. Etch prosecutors, claiming that Dishon did 1 o'clock r. M. right in shooting, but was mistaken in the TiiEEdgerton (Mo Covrxtr after copy- crowd. ing what we said about the Bruce brothers A. J. Sigler, It. H. Bronangh, W. T. adds: "T.P. the Misaouri brother, live Saunders and 11. B. Thompson took in the near this town, and btu been quite sick for barbecue at Lexington Tuesday, or at least two weeks with tlux. He is much better a portion of it. They arrived here on the now, however. Thi has not been n good morning express looking sleepy or sheepy year for the Bruces." it was hard tu decide on tire word tooppro-priate- , but as mmor aiys says 150 sheep arrested Tom MorMarshal New-lanHe had were killed for the occasion, the latter gan for drtinkenea yesterday. in his pocket a letter recommending him word will be adopted. Our refreshing shower have brought to all charitable people as a fit subject for their donation. He I quits an aged nan, smiles to every one, especially the farmer, from Nelson county, and atld that he was who but a few days ago was Keen with his a Brat cousin to the illustrious John Mor- - lip drooping upon hi chin, pirsenting a picture of despair, but the contrast is apparent, when he rides in town with people are exceedingly slow to take Odk hi hat perched on the back of hi bead, advantage of the beat opportunity to adveras much as to say. "I will bave corn to sell tise their rtsourcr that thry will ever in the Ml." hav. We have received but few exhibits Oar vilUge wa enlivened by the sudSouthern Exposition, notwithstandforth den appearance of three Congressional caning the institution opens on the 10th. Hurdidates en route from Lancaster, where they ry updear friendt if you proroaeto do anyspoke on Monday, C'junty Court day, to thing. Proctor's store in Rockcastle county, where There baa but little interest developed they harangued the good citizens of that reso far in the election which comesou" Mon- tired portion of the county on Tuesday. day. J. N. Menefee, the present encum A number of our citixens escorted them bent, baa no opposition for sheriff, but of thither, where a large and eager crowd course will receive a large complimentary were in waiting. The crowd was quiet, orvote, which he deserve for the faithful- derly and gave close attention to the ness and excellency displayed by him in speeches. The candidates returned to his official trust. The race for Supinten-den- t Crab Orchard and spent Tuesday night of schools seem to be made up be- with us. The crowd at Proctor's was about tween itev. J. A. Bogle and Judge J. M. equally divided betwesn McCreary and Phillips, though there are some hints that lhompson. strange to say, there was a joung republican will get a certificate at only one man in the crowd far Durham and the last moment and shy his castor in the he went from Crab Orchard with him as ring, since the democrats made no nomina-to- n an escort. It is generally conceded here in the race. Constables will be elected and in many other localities, that the race in all the precincts and Magistrates where is between McCreary and Thompaon. The( thero are vacancies. Tol. Martin is n can- vote of this, the Crab Orchard precinct, as constable in thi didate for will be pretty evenly divided between the precinct and will be opposed by Dan Mil- three, each one having strong following ler and rhap John Newland. and active friend. Patent and m m K. Managed or Ji 0, B. Fish, Two new steam saw mills have been put up at W. H. Allrlght'aon the K. C, RailroRil, We have had light showeis for the lost few days. Meadow are about alt cut, the crop of hay is yery fine. Four applicant for certificate to teach school were examined last Saturday and three of them procured certificates. Hon. M. C. Saufler and Col. W. O. Bradley will address the people of Rockcastle county, at the Court House next Saturday. There will no doubt be a large crowd out to hear the two greatest orators in the State. Next Monday is election day. The democrats have out candidates for sheriff and School Superintendent and if every democrat in tho county will come out to the polls and vote, victory is assured. Let everv man see that his neighbor votes. Hon. Ben 8. Rjbbius delivered a very good speech at this place last Monday. He showed up the republican party in a very bad light. He gave his views on the tariff more clearly and forbibly than any speaker who has been here before. He gave the Independents some hard lick. There was one or two in the audience. Ja. M.ret has returned from a visit to Louisville. Hon J. K. McCIary returned from Kansas veaterdny. His health was improved considerably. Mr. W. II. Albright, after along and painful illness of about three months, was able to come to town Inst Monday. His many friends were glad to see him out again. Miss Lula Richardson, of Somerset, is vising Miss Zu lu Williams, Mrs Clias. Turner, of and Miss S'ruby. of, same city, sre visiting Mis Ida Adams. John Bullio, of Louisa, is at this place for a few days on business, Mr. Will Tribble. of Stanford, ia here for the purpose of securing the school at this place Fellow democrats, do your duty in the coming election. We now have a candidate for sheriff, against whom the slightest reproich can not be cist, a man whose His honor haa never been questioned. of Pu name is Wm. II. Colytr, laski county, lor School Superintendent the candidate ia Hon, Geo, V. MrClure, whom you all well kuow. For these men, all true democrats, can conscientiously give their suffrage. Let every democrat go to the polls, work early anc late, and our can didate will be elected. We would ba glad to send good tiding to our tister counties next Monday night. Against the characters it the two republican candidate wt bave nothing to say, both being good men. Lou-iaville, 3 E3I.O. ITJFI1,E",Z". comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or coun-try- . Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, BRIGHT & CURRAN. -- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - O-ROCE- RS -- AND JOB6ERS0FFL0URANDMEAL WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY WAGONS, BUGGIES AAD CARRIAGES, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - PAINT UCk, GARRARD COUNTT. IHosf Complete Line Hard , Buyers are only r Cerinj 70 cents per bushel at this plc for wheat. This is the best location in central Kentucky for a cood physician. Farmers are looking much more cheerful ince the parched vegetation has been immersed in a scakirtr rain We are sorry to hear that our friend, Bub Farris, is troubled with snakes. Poor fellow, we would npeer have thought it. It is said that Monday is election dav but as there i no opposition in the county races, we never hear the election mention Miss Mstlie Engleman is the guest of Mr. and Mr C. B Engleman. Mr. and Mrs D C.PoIlin were here th's week. Mr. Frank Lute I taking a week's recreation in Rockcastle county thi week. Last Tuesday Miss Maggie Smith came to town horseback and a she was riding through the bridge she met a negro boy in a spring wagon. A she p3sed, the wagon "IriicK her horse and he beesn to kick, breaking one wheel down and then started to run but jus as ho had gotten out of the bridge. Uncle Billy Warren caught him. Miaa Mncgie then jumped off and sprained her ankle very badly. Dr. llOSAJfKO. This nmc las Ucome 10 fumlllarillh the molt of rMvtil throughout the I'nllrJ Statrt that It Is bardly tuco.ary to utato that Lo ! the orlslcator ol tho prtat Dr. llotanVo' Cough unit Lung Syrup, ware and Queens-war- e -- IN THE CITY.- - We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your. Patronage. MARRIAGES. Madiaon, Miaa Mary Nunnelley, of Fayette, and Mia MagMr ArtTiii'ii Wallin, of IlockcastU, gie Ni.r.r.eilej, of Ixintoi),bTe betn the and Mi Emma Chappellof this oounty, gueat of Mr. P. P. Xunnelley thi week. were married at Anderson Leach's jester-dnMia Lynch went to Somerset yesterday to Itev. W. A. Simmons, a young Bsptist viit Mia Angle (.Won. bjwer, minister, who is well known here, will be and hi Pin L TitoMr.-OJiuk Chinn, were here Wednesday, but married on the 5lh of August to Miss Ida cJUce failed to honor thi with a visit. Hayburn, of Richmond, Ky. His h4 been V!iii is this thus" In what have e offend a courtship ot ten or twelve years. ed that we should be so treated? It ia aad A sensational elopement is reported to think thai these swret scented blossoms from Paris. Miss Susie Wells, daughter seem lost to our nosegay, but we hope the of a Georgetown baker, has been viaiting fates have willed otherwise. Mrs. Jas. Thomas at Paris. Sunday the Mrs. II. C. Mid-- 1 young lady went out riding with Mr. Mhs.J.V. Ek-ott- , dlet-and Mrs. J'jhn A. Haldeman, of Milton Smith, of Georgetown, accompana rlin a a .,...-.- .. inc? ill ii li.l ..... Ummnr ied by Mrs. Thomas and other friends. at Crab Orchard Springs, camq down to The young people si'ddenly proposed to Stanford Wednesday aocompsnied by Hon. elope to Aberdeen, O, and set married. Ira Julian, of Frankfort, and honored us Mrs. Thomni objected and jumped from the with a plcatant call. Mrs. Hsiae and Mis vehicle, walking back to Paris. Here she Cilyar, of NhvjH, who rIso citne, called alarmed some friend", who started in puren Mrs M C. Smiley. suit of the elopers. They caught up with the fugitive couple at night a few miles LOCAL MATTERS. M: Ansa Lynch, of DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTT. BRIGHT & CURRAN. riht ,......., ...,.... -- ...... The public school will be opened next Monday at the school house in Kocheatcr's grove. Monday County, Court day, would be a mighty nice time for you to call and pay for your paper. B honet and do it. Nft The Light-runnin- g New Home Sewing Hue-tcnvil- le Machine will be on exhibition at the Fnir. Everybody is Invited to amine it James Severance. ex- The Deering Camping Meeting Circus began yesterday and will last two weeks. The K. C. make n rate of one fare for the round trip to it, The High Bridge concern begins on the Sth, Fare from Stanford via the L. ft. N. and C. S. It. Its , 95 cents round trip. D AND D. C. E. Canifnx, of London, came down here and got on a big drunk, was arrested by Marshal Newland for disorderly conduct and put in jail Wednesday night. He was brought before Judge Carson yesterday morning, confessed and was fined $5 and costs. delivered DEri'TY Geo. 8. Cam-ente- r Jamea Stringer to the jailer here Wedneaday, he having betn tried by a jury at McKinney and given twenty five days imprisonment and fined $25 for carrying conWlnfred Stringer and cealed weapons. sons were also tried nt the same time and Milton on the same charge and acquitted, Reynolds nnd sons, George and Itlce, were tried for a breach of the peace and also ac- quitted. Mr. Preston Sexton continues to improve at Junction City. Among the new arrivals in town this week, is a fine boy at the house of Sherifl John M. Meyer, and cne at the domicil cf your correspondent. The Cinderella Burlesque Company played to a traall audience at the Optra House Wednesday night. Ihrry Webbtr is due for a performance at the same place August 5. Prewitt & Webb received Thursday morning, oO head of 1,C00 lb. cattle, purchased several weeks ago from Adam Cr penter, of Lincoln county. The price paid was C cents. Mrs. Linney, wife of Rev. II. M. Lin-nedied Tuesdar of flux and heart dis esse. Her husband and daughter nre both absent in Gordonsville, Va , and are both so sick that they can not return in time to attend the funeral. Hon. M. J. Durham spoke at Aliceton beyond Millersburg, but Smith quieted Thursday at 2 o'clock and Mitchelnjurg at them with a volley from his revolver. The 8 r. fi. in the interest of the democratic pursuers then gave up the chase and the county ticket. In the same interest he partv proceeded to Aberdeen and were mar- will speak at Perry ville at 2 o'clock Friday ried. and nt Parksville at b. On Saturday at RELIGIOUS. the same hours at Jurction City and ShelItev. 0. C. Overatrect has renounced by City. few days ago Mr. J. C. Masonheim- the Methodist church and its teachings er, the Main street grocer, noticed a lemand been ordained n a Presbyterian min- on taken from a box recently opened that ister. His wife had preceded him and had sprouted, the lemon being perfectly he could where she leads he will follow all the sound. Putting it where growing, watch until it, he observed the sprout time. is several inches in length and has The protracted meeting at Junction now it well developed leaves. several City, In which the pastor, Itev.V. E. Kirtley, Wakefield. Farrls A Co., delivered Friis assisted by Revs. Graves and Ferryman, day to D. Goldsmith, of New York, 45, C has resulted in three additions and the 1 600 lb. New YorK cattle at5J and cents. Nlm Buster delivered to same firm 28, prospects for n meeting ol more than us1.4S0 lb., cattle, at $5 02J per hundred. ual interest are flattering. Win. Moreland, of Lincoln; delivered to "I think I shall never leave America same firm same day, 25 head of 1,525-lbagain," said Evangelist Moody, who arriv-e- d cattle at C cents and $1 premium. Your correspondent was Bhgwn Thursfrom London on Sunday. "I am pleas day morning two very old law book, one, ed with my Bticcses in England, but I think Ibecodnof 1C50, being a complication of Mr, the earliest laws and orders of the general my future field Ilea in America." Moody, now In New ork, will begin his court of Connecticut, also the Constitution or Civil Compact entered into and adopted revival work in September. by the towns of Windsor, Hartford Hnd Weathersfield In 1C38-9- , to which is added LAND, STOCK AND CROP. eome extract from the lawa and judicial y JohnS. Owsley bought of Cattron A proceedings of New Haven colony, called Blue Laws. The other is Gover, 41 head of brush cattle at S and 3j entitled "The Justice of the Peace and cents, Buin, L. L. D , -- J. B. Wilgus, of Fayette, sold 90 head Parish Officer" by Iticbard br A. btrahan nl wnnnrlnfed in London of fat cattle, nveraging 1.000 iounds, to .ml w. Wnfwirall in 1788. The object of Hiram Wilkerscn, of Covington, at $0 per the book is a very laudable one and might be imitated by law writers or the present cwt. of Richmond day. The author saya in his preface: "The Joe Collins ft Bro., author propofeth in this book to render the bought of Mao Huffman, one Uwb relating to the fubject it treats of a gelding for $150; of E. II. Burnaide, one a little moie more intelligiblo than hithergelding nt $150. to been done." y, ., com-monl- T. S. WALTON GROCER, CfGi?) Stein mmiL gaanessei ALWAYS OX HAND FULL STOCK OF P favotlle tcmrdj, hrmr Vnown, for tt Cough, roll, Connniitlon and 'l affcctloiia ot tb Throat anJ Lunji. I'rlc 50 ccnta and .1.00. held bv MrRnUrta A Stacg rI'"' SEW ADTXIUISEMEKTS. ! SUFFERERS Jirvon,Clironle and Itlood IMieaaea, Urn In nnd llrnrt AflVcllonMVeuk I.niT, KroUen Down loiutl Nrrvou tutluiiaand Weaknrimt the Kidney, III udour Druffflsi tur From der A Urluury . X-WOXIO A KLOOD, BRAIN & .NERVE TONIC. It k him toordtrll If jourUnjealndoM not Iroaa per bottle. Cues, Beef for 10 u, IhsarvaUitMMliralDitfOffnr ot modern time. For .amrhlet, wild fall particular, addreit CHAS. W. SCOTT M.D., Knnan City, Mo. Ute Dr. SCOTT S LITEM 1'IZ.ZS. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , COCOEEFilRON Tobaccos, Cigars, o Confectioneries, &c. kp nnd f. OJHLAJSK Onfna,U ) SOOTT'SI W.SKCIFIB NO. 13, UH0WMED -- VERY- W. C. BAILEY -- DKlLIlt 1M- - LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying ShorMimo Customers, No goods sold on long time. - BSE - Dry Goods & Family Groceries TIIRXERSVILLE, Tho Lending AnJ Houso Goods, for Cheap lo the nM ilaKe that "Short roake long frlendi," and adontlnf th gearral rule nf mercantile men of collecting twice h year. I notify all who ore me, ly Dole or account, lo call and rettle atonce. Thanking all for pnt riiroruml soliciting n continuance of aaine, I remain youia truly, J6MI ir.CBAIZJBT. $sBi C3-OOC3L gmmms raora For snle only by T. R. WALTON. TRY- - Miwlo from the bCHt Minncsofn Whenf. HALE'SWELL. report and HfiTlog ItaieJ thiadeilMbl ouphly itnotAtrd It, 1 m now prepared to accom me public ai me louowiug modate 17 CO HoirJ and lodging, per ek I 00 aay thr mc 1 mnm " " t 00 week Blrigle room, Fnmlllea whofnrnUh tuelr own rooma and X board at the Hotel, pe r week No two fauiillta can ocenpy tbe alia Mttaf without flrat waking a (pedal contract. Special rate loclutx. No peracna allowed to tak watar otl'iujugi uqImj bailor baa boen a boarder. Stable and accommodation fjr boma. Acconmoda-tion- a furnlitied from the twin at all timaa. SCI-l- f C. EXGLKMA3I, Cotl.vo cf 2 room! and cork rcoui, pr pr week- " " M 10 CO 7 00 He Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST ROASTED RIO, o-js Lrfc"ULo3s.lis- - For Bale only by if T. R. WALTOX.. Stanford. Kj, August LETTERS. 1, 1884 re THE MULLIGAN ' A many of our readers have exprei'ed a'wieli loretd the letters written by Mr. Bliloe in 1809 to Mr. Warren Fisher, on which he obtained from Mr. Mulligan rturn- -a promise js'eoieuin pronile to publUh them in which he never kept-- we below: full f 4 " My 0 itselfand will do good. He write man of large intelligence and comprehen-aloo- f Your ofler to admit me to a particiU pation in the new railroad enterprise generous ns I could ex-nin every reject a or desire. I thank you very sin- cerely for it, and in this connection I wish to make a aueeeition of a eomewhat sel fish character. It ia tbie: You spoke of Mr. Caldwell's ofler to dispose of a share ol his interest to mc If ho really desires to do B3 I wish he would make the pro position definite, to that I could know Perhaps if he just what to depend on waits till the full development of the he may gr6w reluctant to part with the'share, and I do not by this mean any dis&uit of him. I do not feel that I shall prove a deadhead in the enterprise if I once embark in it. I see various channels in which 1 know I can be useful. Very hastily and sincerely your friend, James G. Blaine. Mb.Fhher, India streat, Boston. tboWcleiromMr.Lswi'. Acgcsta, June 29, I860. Dm Mr. Fiiher- -I thank you for It i good in like a j. Atjqcsta, Me., July 2, 1809. y Dear Mr. Fisher You ask me if II. I iHOBatisSed with the ofler you made me o71 share in your new railroad enterprise? Of course I am more than atisSed with the terms of the ofler; I think it a most liberal proposition. If I hesitate at all, it is from considerations in no way connected Your with the character of the offer. dealing with me in all liberal mode of business transactions of the past eight years has not passed without my full What I wr5te you on the 29th was intended to brinj Caldwell to a defTnat was all. I- go to inite proposition. Boston by the same triin that carries this letter and will call at your office at 12 si. If you don't happen to ba in, no matter; don't put yourself to any trouble J.G. B. , aHoutit. Yours, Mjw Fisher, Jn. r - urge me to make at much as I fairly can nut' nf tlin arrangement Into which we have entered. It is natural tha' I should do my utmost to this end. I ittu bothered by only one thing, and that is definite and expressed arrangements with Mr. Caldwell. I am anxious to Kt the interest he ha promiied me. But I do not get as definite an understanding with hint as I have with you. I shall be in Boston in a few days, and shall then have an oppor tunity to talk matters over fully with you. I am disponed to think that whatever I do with Mr. Caldwell must really be done through you. Kind regards to Mrs. FishJ. G. Blaine. er. Sincerely, W. F., Jr., frg. Beasts Before the Law. Beasta were often condemned to be burned alive; and strangely enough, it was in the latter half of the seventeenth century, an age of com parative enlightenment, that this cruel pen alty was most frequently indicted. Occasionally a merciful judge adhered to the letter of the law by sentencing the culprit to be slightly singed, and then to be strangled before being burned. Sometimes they were condemned to bs burned alive. Such was the fate suffered by two p!rs in H5G' "on the vigil of the Holy Virgin," at on the Rhine, for killing a child. Animals were even put to the rack in order to extort confession. It is not to be supposed that the judge bad the slightest expectation that any confession would be made, he wished simply to observe Ml forms prescribed by the law, and to set in motion the whole machinery of justice before pronouncing judgment. "The question.'' which in such cues would seem to be only a wanton and superfluous act of cruelty, wss nevertheless an important element in determining the finsl decision, since the death sentence could be commuted into banishment provided the criminal had not confessed under torture, ine use- of the rack was, therefore, a means of escaping the gallows. Appeals were same-lime- s made to higher tribunals, and the judgments of the lower court annulled or modified. In one instance a sow ar.d a she ass were condemned to be hanged; on appeal and after a new trial they were sentenced to be simply knocked on the heid. In another instance an appeal led t ) the acquittal of the accused. Atlantic Monthly. III. AuouaTA, Me., October'4, 1S6.9. My Dear Sir I spoke to you a short time aeo about a point of interest to your railroad company that occurred at the last session of Congress. It was on the last nisht of the session, when the bill grant to the State of Arkansasor the Little Rock Road was reached, by Julian of Indian, chairman of the Public Lands Committee, and'by right to the floor, attempting to put in the bill as an amendment to the Fremont El Paso scheme a scheme probablr well known to Mr. Caldwell. The House was thin, and the lobby in the Fremont interest had the thing all set up, and Julian's amendment was likely to prevail if brought to a vote. Root and the other members from Arkansas, who were doing their best for their own bill, to which there seemed to bno objection, were in despair, for it that theSenate was hostile was Fremont scheme, and if the Arkan. to thf! sas billhad gone back to the Senate with Juliaa's amendment the whole thing woaUThave gone on the table and slept the sleep of death. In this dilemma Root came to me to know what on earth he eould do under the rule, for he said, it was vital to his constituents that the hill should pass. I told him that Julian's amendment was entirely out of order be- ..iii nnl germane. But he had not suf ficient confidence in his knowledge of the rules to make the point, but he Mid Gen. Logan was opposed to the Fremont scheme and would probably make the point. I sect my page to Gen. Logan with the aug gestion, and he at once made the point. I could hot do other than sustain, it, and so the bill was freed from the mischievous amendment moved by Julian, and at once parsed without objection. At that time I had never seen Mr. Caldwell, but you can tell him that, without knowing it, I did him a :reat favor. Sincerelv yours, Jamfs G. Blaine. street, W.Fisheu, Jr , E q., No. Boston. renew-ingtheilaen-titlwell-kown a Politics by Honeymoon Light. "Njw, let me see if I undeislasd this Presidential election at Chicago," raid a blushing bride at Niagara to her spouse, as they gazed at the Niagara Fall after thty had enriched the hackuan for life; "Blaine and'CJevelsnd were chosen, were they net my deary pet?'' "They were nominated at Chicago, my sweetly aweet, not elected " 'When will they be elected, my angel love?" "Only one of them will be elected, dove." "Then why were they both nominated at Chicago, my tet?" "You" nee, my dear, one is a democrat and the other a republican." "Tnen what is use of having two men nominated at Chicago if they can't both be elected? I know there are always two men on the ticket. There were Tilden and Hen dricks and Hayes and Wheeler. Pa told me so." "Yes; but you must understand that there is Vice President." of darling;!" exclaimed "Oh, my da-lithe bride, reproaching herself for her doubt-- ; "I see it all now. Clevelaud is to be President and Biaine Vice President." ng Seaside. Among the bathei in the surf near the foot of Georgia avenue to day was a lanky man, noticeable for liis untwusl height, and wearing a bathing suit that flapped its folds around his spare and bony form as a flag might curl itself arouud a pole. He was accompanied by a remarkably pretty wo man of 23 or 21 years of age, tvhoie blonde ....... k.... iwce over her .Uiu UUUK HC7010 shoulders, aad who approached the breakers with euch a show of trepidation that the spestators laughed at her timidity and concluded that she was a rural belle who was taking a dip in the ocean for the first time in her life. The man was at least fifteen years her senior, but he kicked his shanks about with the hilarious joy of a boy and sought every opportunity to clap the hands and waist of his companion. While they were splashing in the water they were approached by a very fat woman, with her waist under her arms, who, without a word of warning, brought a heavy hand down full on the back of the pretty bather, and followed up her attack with another and others that struck the face, neck and breast, and caused her to scream with fright and astonishment. In a moment, however, the blonde recovered her remes and a pitched battle ensued, and there was a halo of flying arms and disheveled hair lor fully file minutes. The man was too dumfounded to be of much assistance, and the little effort that he did make to disengage the fighters was rewarded by a slap in the face from the corpulent female with a hand like a ham. When the young woman with the golden hair tied from her combatant her face was scratched and her clothing torn half way down her back. She two made directly for the squares farther up the beach. Then the other female devoted her attention to the man, who was beginning to look sleepish as the crowd gathered about him and listened to the emphatic abuse of the now and excited woman. "Joe Somen, you're a beast, that's what you are, and I'll" "Oh, shut up, can't you? Come away from here and I'll talk this whole thing over," he interposed. "You're wrong-d- ead wrong, I tell you" "Oh, don't try to li out of it. I've caught you, rnd you can't fool me again. I've been playing fool long cn.iugh." "Say, now, caj't you keep quiet? I'll explain the thing to you if you will come away," be said, at he edged out of the ring thecrowd bad formed. She did go with him snd but he slipped her at the half an hour later she we kquiring of a policeman whether a tali man r.nd a blonde creature hail been seen together coming from the Joe Somers' pretty companion U one of the most notorious women here, who, with another woman, is gaining a livelihood by Mr. securing lambs for a gambling-bou'e- . andMis. Somers are represented as being Philadelphia Press. from Frankfort. At the " PKorr.vuo.iAL SAM M. UORDKTT. ATrOUNBVeJ AT 184-l- BURDETT & BKOWN, ' W. BW. I XjA,W jS iG&Kwzaf&zl Ibcimo Itola"! MUD"! 7)' r.r HSiKtUta IM a )A MT. VERNON, KY. ATTOBNBV AT DANVILLE. KY.. touiuciiMin will practice In the ioo AIiKX. ANDEBBON, ujimo. a, H. X.AAV, t.l. , Courts of Boyle and adjoining ,! J. FISH, or I.alttlt.1 HH til l.llrrttr l.afu, rrlivl. a.ao .i.,ifl crtl'i.t iV.r from IS t. is t f srt f ti. from t1 uim U.l t. truf tton l rtk..ilr ..I L ml tutu? InptrtM tj lot'fam Prrvl.1 eaft for rr.cbtf J a.4 Hu.Ib.m Mb, Cltrtftltr not-PILma Lit t cr.r.ti'. Tail is heslttrul.cM au-.4imIi, fr ItsJ,ttonip5W wsUtTV fsal Is .a llio (nni ".II if.MHf.tn i r .'; Mru Hi iWlfsl.tVILlItU It. HM1TII, Uil.il... kj. Tim. u MnpltM til. fr. "rtl.la Atr T.ul fM huall;, IT). Of Kentucky t'nlrcmlty, Lexington, Ky. ItiUtfM faqrw ata.il 10 r.tl TnllWm, Coil. . THefMfliy a twrlsllf Cn. W 7r pivtl THK ORIAT ', Through Trunk Line And Mailer Commissioner Koeacattle Circuit Cour. MT. VERNON, KY. Will practlcfl In the Uockcaitls Courts. Collec1MJ tions a ipclaltjr. Office U Coart-hou- A.t IJa'ar, .1 Grand Combination And STANFORD, K.Y. Ode 8outh ild Utln BtrMt, two doors sboii the Myers Hotel; FareNltroas Oxld On sdulnlsUred whan required. auitajsorv SWTO LEE Y. HUFFMAN. dkntist, THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL the LouliTllle Weekly Courier - Journal One year for only $.1-t- wo pipers for little more than the price oi one. e for one year By paying ui IJ you will l, your home paper with the the reprtwenutlTe newspaper of the 8outh, democratic and for a tariff for rerenue only, and the belt, brightest and ablest family weekly In the United Htatea. Those who desire to examine a sample cm do so at this oOce. copy of the Courier-Journr.c-lsCourier-Journa- DB. W. B. PENNY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Offlceorer noht.S. Lrtle'i store. Offlco .hour Aneatkettci ad from S to 13 a. m. end 1 to fl r. m mlnlatrl whn neewsarr. MM-IT- Wltliotii Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND rROU IOC Is VILLI DotlttHt, QUICKEST T) Till ROUTE SOUTH & WEST PULLHAN ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! I will dellrer Ice to rwilar cuitomers erery morn- CARS - POSTED f This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and tramp not to trespass on our lands without permission, as ill such acts are liable to be procecuted U the full extentof the law. D. McRlltrlck Htantonl, Ky March 17th, Little Kock, Montgomery. Atlsnts, S.sanasb, Jacksonstlls, Mobil., and Nsw Orlssss, kS ftV.'. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la Tatace Cars Without Change ONE CENT Accounts due at . customer nclts. the PER POUND. close ol each month or when R. . nARnOlV. CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, ll.T. V. 11. HIoKINIVEV, IMSm UNDERTAKERS, - - - - ICY. (l. U Carter T. J. Hill, K.U.AJ K.tioTfr, Harris. Cobb, Hlgglns Kelly, llusb, Iteld, A. W. Carpenter, C, lttshop, (ius.t W. Lerl Wi Signed M. McCormack, W.. M.n J. J. J. H. V. D. Khodes, lluUlt, Lvlle. McCormack, Palace Csn wltbsutcasof., Seeking FMIRRINTQ line ol homes orTthe LllllUlinll I O this road wilt receive apeclal low rates. Use Ag.oti of Ihli Inmpsny routes lit Ar.orwrlte c P, WV.QRt, G. P L T A, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST rroaa Loulnllls la rts, "' Ipulnville. K. Are prepared to lurnlih Wood and Melslle Burial Cisra, Hearse and Burial itobts of all kinds. J. A. C. Vanoy, W. Weather lord, Wm. Burton, T. J. Foster, T. W. Carter, Ed. Carter, bath-hous- e, Fire! Fire! Fire! It. KIWAIHD Foeli great anxiety for the people ofStanford and Lincoln county and promtws to do the (air thing for them If they wtll insure with him In either The London A Lancashire Insurance Co., of Llrerpool, whose aswti are 1J.M0.O0O, or coo.ooo. HV T.M.White, U.K. Msrcum. M.T. Ituu.ll, A. D. Nexland, 8. W.UIitRl, II. J. lUrst. A.C Kwol. lyr) Mrs. J.J. Moberly, V. C Anion J. D.Jones, J. U Mootiotnerr M. Hill. J. II. Jit A lister, Murphy, Peerless Traction Engine. njeveh liE.irlix IX A TKS1 Tvae. M.tk. ML'RRAT'M HVYXTK rTsTT v ffllXtj.J LTlio well-arous- The Lancashire, of Mancbtster, prtm lie to pay alt TneKoral.olLlTerpwl.aiieU IJi3,!W7.i;, or MeU oter t,- 159 fans from day aJjuitmt nt ail vill nt',uk lU uiuafJifjrliW) jyi time. Write to htm or call oa him at Lancaster,,Ky. G-- . DFt- - aariuiHTS "Waters & LoulifUle, Ky., Cincinnati, O,, and Indianapolis, Ind, dealers In Stelnway A Sons', Decker llroe.', Mscner, ose.i wrav, imuwm & Haloes'. J. a Co.'s Cottage, 1'prUhl and &.1 uare riano rorira; lu Hi. Kater. rihonlmrer a ml imtruiurniaoilJ at Drlcei and terms to suit pur chasers. Don't gl?e your orders till you jet our Danville, Ky. prices and terms. LI'ost-ot&c- e, 1. IE. Baldwin Co., l9.Mf . Impotency. and (Jeneral Loss of f nsn anything !s- - lath:swUr lormues I'owerol the Oeoeratlre Ortsns; awsltthe w,tlirs ub. .lut.lr lure. on e a.1 n.l .11 tllfta. f k.f r..llH. a u. drcsTai A..j .its. NL.n. Bsfor. TaVInj, qutnes ot youthful Imprudence ot the execs ol matured years, such Tr.j.M.fk, as L nl t. nil Laa.ltude, Iain In the bads, IMu.Desa of Vlslub, Premature Did At;, and many otter ills-cthat lead to Insanity er Consumption, In all caseiol Kenine & Weakness the SpectHc acts Ilk a chsrni, restoring lots or filing vig or, glelnz to the eye a brilliant and sparkling lauty, to tbetheek tberoy blooctn of health. AftsrTiKiag. sTMurray'i. Specific Is sold by all Druggists at THK O.ViM" USE llt.S.Ni:.H II per package, or six packages for IS. Also by mall, postage free, on receiptor price srarVull particulars in pamphlet, which will be mailed free toerery applicant. Address all comAND -- iUD TRAINS munications to the sole manufacturers. l&WW' Ureat English Kcntedj, tSjdm lMKstMair.t.. Uussi.,e Ky la a poaltlre cure for Weak Memo"' ' imU4 ry, Lo of Brain Tower, Serroui A PRIZE r"J Lxhiuitlon, tmlnal WrjkMss, wtllhelpsl pfeliuerset. Xt mote Hj.oer tutit 'tllm Flee Hundrrd Doilirs in f.old at the I tewnoat Lipoellioii in MM, the hljb.it award errr is e The hutjesi ..! at ih.f j.bern Cl(oltlon, Ix)lsi:,e. Ky .a ! (or ll e u(sl Tisctlon and Uos.l Jjiglne' arlles des.rag lo buy Lnglnes. Fepsratirs .n.l Nsw Hills wi i.,iase "" l"nl ,t tic, mm "MOXOX llOlTTX:.', Chicago Louisville, New Albany Railway. Pullman Palnco TO Curs' bath-hous- Wool Carding & Spinning and Spinning We are running our mill fur and doing good work. Wool can I tent by expreas to us ami returned ssiue wajj pack greaa.) securely In bundles. Carding wklte rolls, 8 cts , black and inlie.1, 10 cts.. per pound when grease Is 2 cents au'ded when we furnish It. fiend on your wool and give ut a trial. C. H. U'ATHOX A' SOXf Mltcbellspurg. Ky. JTO-I- m uriifgisis ererywnere Ksnsst City. Ma. Bold In Htsnford by Psnny .1 McAllster snd all JIVUUAY JIl.hH is t: to., LOUISVILLE CHICAGO ,h" Knot - ' Aatilfa PjCTKa A Co.. Wholesale 200-ly- rj Aienls, Loulssllle, Ky. '."J'V"?'' SUFI'S? iUkMl,,M'-,- ,, 'r"M bath-hout- CABIN KEUD Kentucky OHIO II. East N.Y. II iO " Ut (JreencuHtlo, ('ranriinl,e, Lafujctl und thlcairo without chanK'e. TIME TABLK oTATIONn. tslly D.lly M " The Women of Arabia MYERS HOTEL, and Still Reputation, Route IV. Augusta, Me., October t, Is69. My Dear Mr. Fisher Fiud enclosed contracts of the pirtie named in mf letter The remaining contracts will be completed as rapidly as circumstances will permit. I enclose you a put of. the Congressional Globe of April 9th, containing the point to which I referred at Borne length in my previous letter of You wtll find it of interest to to day. read it oyer and see what a narrow escape yourpll made on that last night of the aeailSb; Of course, it was my plain duty to make the ruling when the point was If the Arkansas men had once raised. not, however, happened to come to me wheh at their wits' ends and in despair, the bill would undoubtedly have been lost or at least postponed for a year. I thought the point would interest both you and Caldwell, though occurring before either oi you engageur in me enterprise, x veg ap- jroti to understand that I thorough! preclato the courtesy with which you hare treated me In this railroad matter, but rourconduct toward tue In business : matters nag always ben mirked by unbounded liberality in past years, and of courae' Tbare naturally come to the to expect the same cof. You con-Juil- issue says: "Some good horses are addicted. to stumbling while walking or moving in a slow trot. A well versed veternarian says that there are two causes that would tend to produce this faulty action; one a general weakness in the muscular system, euch as would be noticed in a tired horse, the other a weakness of the exterior muscles of the leg, brought about b carrying too much weight on the toe. To effect a cure, lighten the weight of each front shoe about four ounces; have the toe of the shoe made of steel instead of iron, it will wear longer; have it rounded oil about the xame as it would be when d worn out, iu order to prevent tripping; allow one week's resi; have the legs showered a few minutes at a time with cold water through a hoee, in order to creates spray; then rub dry briskly, from the chest down to the fact. Give walking exercise daily this week, for about an hour, twice a day. When you driving again omit the slow jo; walk orseud him along at a sharp trot for a mile or two, then walk away, but do not speed for at lesst several weeks. By this means the habit of stumbling from euner oi me aoove causes wtll be over come. ii one-thir- Puck. The Pittsburg Stoeioan is a recent All the bravest men steal their wives, hut there are some who do not. Their method is a little different. Oa a calm E. H. BURNSIDE, moonlight night and a moonlight in the tropica is far more beautiful than here Well Known This Old you may see an Arab sitting before the tent Maintains its Hotel of his inamorata picking a stringed instruHigh ment something like our banjo and singing AND a song of his own composition. This is his the most musical peo- Iti Proprietor it Determined that courtship. They are it 8hall be Second to no Country ple la the world. The courtship only lasts Hotel in the State in its Fare, a week or so. If the girl is obstinate he Appointmenti, or Atten peeks to win another goes elsewhere and tton to Comfort of girl by his songs and music. Sometimes their Oaeits. the fathers make the match, but always the girl is the obedient slave. Her religion, Ilagcsgs will ba coarsysi to aad frosa t he da free or charge, ftpeelal aeromnedatt aat her people, her national instincts, the trato Comsserclal Travelers. The Bar wtll always aaasllsd with the choicest ditions of her ancestors, all tesch her to be braids or Llqiors aad Clears. the slave of her husband, The power of life and death is in his hands and she bows before bis opinions with the most implicit College. d obedience. It is only when the Frank comes, with his glib talk of woman's STANFORD. KY. highest duties and sphere, with his winning manner, with his mirked rwpect, so With a Full Corps of Teachers, flattering to a woman's toul, that she leaves will open Its Fifteenth Session her husband, forsakes the teachings of her This Institution Monday In Heptember next. on the 1st up home and friends and childhood, gives ALL THE BKANC1IE8 OF A risks death itself to repjee iu his arms. Washington, Philadelphia STANFORD. KY. Tbtonly lint runnmi Propr PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING s U put It Maui l M rw Thenjjt.r.ctrut.. wti, M. ,u thar.aeoT esrs. to all M,,, ,a Mtnau. l5s Nebraska, Ac F., tartber lisvwatloB a. Urn. .tl.I,J.U, I), f. A , Uulsvllle. K- 1 1 Lv. Are. " " " (ireeurajil ... rrawroMavllte Latsyell Cblcaj Louisville ' I p a I 81 1 c a iii a en a ui 1 S 1 01 a 0 pro a p oi wiils, l- "'"Ml CAR3 A SOMDTRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting. In same kewtugky "illiir-Ur-HftM mm TSOSI fl. II ct IienlHTlllcClncluaintl and Lex luRteu, Ky., Shortest depot with fast trains lor Iton(o.M & Quickest Kouto ISTe-iTs- r The Direct Boute to Lynchburg, Dan Till. Norfolk, Yorli. Central Kentucky to All Point! North, Eait.Weit & Southweat. Fast Line Iittveen LEXI.GTO.Y A CISClSSATi. Schnluie lo ElTeot Soctii-Boi-w- All Virginia and North Carolina For tickets snd lurtber Information, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address W. J. Uitao, W, K. ARKOI.D, Advertising Agt.. Ticket and P.m. Aft., IUOW Hulas Wt., Louisville, Ky O. W. NMITII, If. W. FITM.KK, Oso'I Msnager, Uan'l Pasa'r Agt. mcnniuHU. Tirsinia. -I- Xo. Juaei. till. 4, VoTT Points. bslly Lve, CoTir.jloti. Ual!y Dally Ex. (sua Ex fun. Stanford Female fair-face- .KAUN TKLTII ABOUT TUE Arr Winchester. I.ve. Tarls Arr. Winchester i.re. vmcnaler Arr. ItlcUtuttsJ saioioutu. ... " Cynthlana.. Arr. Paris. " .. Lve Lea.CIO.Ity I' P iu 9 Ii p sa to I" p m 10 11 It lit) IU to pru II s am 1$ 12 !) pu !u 1 j st it M a tu 2 Ml pra b, ( 31 p ni a 17 ptu 6 0J p ir pm 44 pn 12pru pu' p M iM - 10 4 11 s It ,. m1, tu IU III ir Cor. Boston, Globe. i trr RJ, Trail. " Inraiter " luwuoq Noarii-BH-- . . tlal tu . ; II So o m p ( 10 p uopni ' '0 p iu C ' H 1 A .i I 4 (i iu ui (J com-men- ei-h- otyeiterday. i f A Magnificent Palace Car. Tne private coach recently built for Mr. E. H. Tal Bucken's Arnica Salve. hot, of the Chicago Railway Age, Is one of The beat Salro In the world for Cuts, Bruises, the most luxurious affairs, says Mr. Pull- Sores, Ulcars, 6a!t r.heuiu, Fever hattt, Tetter, ..tll,.l.. r..KU ....I nTl LM.I.. man, ever put upon a railway track. It rt. vaaj'pvuI ll.uus, .uiiuia,uj, vuiu., aui nil dkiu pay runs on twelve wheels, six of which were Eruptions and rxitlrelr cures Plies, ;r iusalltfjre- qulreil. Is li guaranteed to give pen'-made in Germany by Krupp. The obser- tlon or money relundwl. Price 21 cents per lex. vation room at the end of the car is finish- For aalo by Penny A McAllster. ed in oak, with plate glass windows extendNever Give Up. ing to the floor, velvet carpets and emIf you are lulTerlcg with !ow jiad depreired spirbossed leather furniture, including sofas. its, loss of appetite, general debUIty, dlrordered The bedroom is finished in maple and am- blood, weak coustltutlon, headache, or any disuiture, by all means procure a a aranth, and opening from it is the narlor. ease oi of bilious BltUrs. Yott will be surprised Electric bottle the most elegant room of the car. It is to sea the rapid Improvement thit will follow, finished in solid mahogony, with inlaid you will ho Inspired with neir Hie; strength and panels and carvings of rare and costly activity will return, pila and tulsr7 will c else and henceforth you will rejoice lo the pralso o woods from all corners of the earth, includElectric Bitters, tiold at 0 cents a bottle by Pening the Holy Land. The butler's pantry, ny A McAllster. kitchen and the sleeping apartments for the A Mew Discovery. servants are models of elegance and com Mr. Wm. Thoiuai, ofIewton, Iowa, says, "My ftt. To duplicate the car would coat has been seriously afltcted with a couh for twenty-years, and this Sprlug ttore than ever fire $75,000 it was a present to Mr. Talbot. She had used many remedies without reA Detroit telephone got out of order and lief, and being urged to try Dr, King's New Disthe man who bad been sent to fix it up dis- covery, did su, with most gratifying results. Tut very much and the second relived covered that a hole bad been punched in first bottleabsolutelyher cured her. She has not bad bottlebas the instrument by somebody who had in- so good health for thirty years." Trial bottle! nocently thought he could hear better thro' free at Penny i. McAIiittr's Pru; More. Lirje it that way. site Jt. 24th day of June, having made the cir- -' cuitof the globe in one yesr, rive mnntbs and fifteen days. TLe envelope bore all the marks of hard tiMee, hut the piece of Ml- ver was Mill pnclotil, wrappitl as when it Chicago limtn. was first mailed. been opened by imUlt and dvertMed it was sent to the British deni ietter office In A..&lwllq lli.f. ,n (no Tnllt desd letter oflJMl--i, way of and thence back t the uirtce cffice on the Around the World nr Mail On Are taught, as well as January 0, 1S3, a letter incJoMDK twenty. cenu was miUd from Grand fitpldi, MUBIC, the TnE LANGUAGES. DBAW. Buuicnscu iu .uii.i j.thu, uui.u.ii, iuitrn IKO AND PAINTINO. lis, by way of Briad!si, Italy. After hav-in- g THOROUGHENGLlSHCOUnSE rsijr. Lve. Dally uu fix 0 4 a m ,."i'r n, " I'O ,,,,i: Ca TERMS MODEkATE, ' which psssei uers from she line of the Cincinnati Southern Hallway have;. OmiillitM lis Cluclisssittl-lio- th roads enter tbe asme depot-t- hp f.rand Central Panener nutlon. he statement by rival lines that there Is an omnibus transfer In (intli.Latl, ltwpn the Clcclunati Southern H'y and Ohio A Mississippi Jfy , t df. l,lrale mlsreprc.cntation. Louis without trsnsler forpusen. Brrs and l.agja?. at Intermeillaw olrita. Ily any other route via Cincinnati you have a midnight change of tan. runn'DK two Dally V,II, venlu trains to t. Loula, leaving t Intlnnatl at 7 p m and u p m from the South talllmc to connect with tie tint train, can take the setond.whh h main.. r,,n. neMlon with all murnlnt; trains from bt. Louis Jo The Only Line WMllW Lincaiter .... Il liuotil Vln'bes'r .. Arr. Lx C.A O Jly I.to lxli)tou Arr Pari. . . 1 7 01 : 5; "f I1 is 10 a in w it i) a iii I sui Lve Lve In Tuition, prices range from SM to WO In th regular Departments, rfliwr, fii3i Inurute-Ilat30; Preparatojy, tw, and Colfexlate, IJO. For full particular, as to Hoard, M,t-S- rriin Olllv .i1? Iiiiinn,nrlr, Tiip.oiinn Ljl'eTUAI.VSWtweenCin-clniistlaiid3t. Arr Paris Winchwiler M ...... ..... ' P UI J 1 n a in n in p iu" l , p lu V I Arr CynthUtta.... " aIiuoulh .. " tovltik'ton z rarls.. . "jP It a , r. 1 40 p 4 liT p I 1 p p iu tu us m ui m tlMnu i n p bi S ST H iu ' '.'Ua u I i,. " J'l n v ij Oi n .u I 4- - p m n ni V I' ni i am a tu a in 11 JO a in v' TJllfs ',u"MlJTVrc,l!'.",, TIlP OlllV 1JJly Acaddrcn .MAV.SVI NOITII-Kot'X- I.I.K IIIIAM'II. auudsy ..Dally only. II.x. No. hi i VKT'S, rt Datij. Sun. Ex. i. 1 .1 jn, ,r.l. i I aw ja tMy"mideLaww st i&tmffM FACTS RECAnOIHQ LoXllutun i oo a ui, M a m ' Paris 7 (3 m S a Arr .Mlllfrabur... 8 ID a mi f 15 a iu 40 iu " Carlisle coi,s,.ueuco la the only line 30 a m1 9 oo am " Johnson ......i.uju.i.Nifca connuuotw trip. Eia4- -. 8 IT o mi " Mayevlllw. ,Si2?w Four Holld Dally Trains Cincinnati to Ht. Louis . H no a a , Lycry Car In theso Trains Kuns Through. Par- No. M lur Can am Hun on Day Trains, l'alace iNo, Sleeping Cars on Night Train.. .Sunday No IMly only. Kx. uq. change of Can lor any clasa ol passengers. Kvery pjssenger Lve Msy.vllie.. I I p m 3 45. m hssaseatlna Through Car All " Johnson 1 ST p psssengsrs are carried on Kxpreai 30 a in ui " Cjrllsle 2 46 p m i i'l a m Trains' TheBhorlest and Quickest Line ' Sfllierabiirg. from lluclnnatl tit at. Louis! No omnibus " L:x"'.a. .,.. z i transfer In Cincinnati lor passengers Iroui C.S.U.I1. Arr I"arls " Lve CovltiKton The Only Line inanaKemuit. nud In &' ra'n', 5 17 1. 1,. o ii ii ui :w p m S' p m . BOUTII-ItofN-- a 'win. p m ; "N7fl4 Kx 12 1 Daiiy bun, n Pm 44 pm s p iu n Islington, j:pw j pa m' i ... 4 The Direct Iloutc Zf?Xtt via Louisville, Ht. 10 uls In 10 hours, with through Par and Sleeping Cars. coutrary to the above are 3vington ... 15 II IU Qi pm 0 10 n in n .in !. ... ll o m 8 3 ,. m Dr.Rjftsj's !nn7oo!& It will purify and enrich the BLOOD, resnlalo the LIVER and KIDNEYS, and JtttHTOiiB TllK HEALTH anttVIQOKof YOUTHI In all tljoso (llsuuteareuulrlnxavtrtaliiandfmcletii TONIC, especially llyspepsla, Want of A ppcltte.Indtaes-tloIs marked Lack or Estrenstli. :tc.. H. " with timiio'llatu ami nondcs;lul resul'i. Iloucs, nerves recidso new force. Enllreus muscles and tUo mind and supplies lllutu Power. S A O nouullar tofroni ull complaints their lex will tlud III Tin. HAKTBil'S IKON TONIC a sufu and spceily euro. It Klvcs a clcnr and licallliy complexion. The strongest testimony to the valuu o( l)n. Uaiitcii's ln.i.v 'J'o.niu la that froiitivnt attempts at countcrrilllmr luo only udited to tha popular Ity of the orlitl Hal . If you curiieslly desire liealln ao not cxporlincnt-K- ct the uiiiuinal and iiusi Send jour address to Tbe Dr. Ilarter Mwl.Co. . lAuis, juo.tior our:JLf&Aiu owuxs., Lullot strange fiud ns.fullnlvrciatlon,rre.J Dn. Hartcr's Iron Tonio ta ron 8alc ay au 2 Solid Daily Trains n, misrepresentations, and persons making no. them aro unworthy the confidence of tha public, iu.; cot only in these, but la other matters. the correctness of u statements nnd cviry promise made tho public, will Ifecsrrledout to the letter. For lull and rellabla Information In regard to Land, Ac, In the Western .Stales, Map.. Ouldes and lowest special rates lor Tickets Goods to all points West call on or address O, II. ALSOP, inii ni,,. tii..i..i i ;.i. ar. liarrodshiirir. k' W. W.PEAU0DV. w. n. mi ni' ' Pres't aad Qen'I Man'gr. Oen'l Pass. A bL Cincinnati, Ohio. .rt arve'arte&a" lMV6 raliuouth Accoiumoilatlon "' No'Tlii'..5 Nn inii.ii. Flwout aJ1 . ..,".." danv;;;..,i'..,:i.rf.,?5""' i i s " : arrlvs-L'eiln- e. rIP? LAUICO suirt-rlii- Do Not he Deceived slpi.1 Hallway guarantees !5VT. ""; r iVffi?' ""e V i"V..rnTr-- ' ,iuii, i att ""-- U via Wlnehl.T.",0"1 iar!' and Lexington. ' Fast Line Nos.j gn(s 4 v'"utster Polld trains with Pullman weea Cincinnati and vfloi Cu Old Point Comfort N""' WaVhlDB't'on Through tickets 2nd b ... l"j J T ilestinstlon a r XX.....V4 "lirosit. IV. It, WIIITTLKSCV. Passenger Agent. Txav. Pass, Agent. mTO Train. No." .in I".".. pn"i J'- . 4dpiuP, amVJrar: S'LJl 'K1' ritii'i I30U.VUSTH AND DALER3 tVtfliyan. r. tv ,nrrlrm'Ki 'ieneral Manager. Dia17, Uon. Pm. Agt.