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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884081201 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. Hit Tli lft VOLUME XIII. uniPiMirwwiiiWiiMiiMwt mi J01it1!wltiL NEW SERIES-NUMB- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST Manchester, Hy , Aug. 12, 1884. ER 27k District & W. P. WALTON. StitUinhfil Tuvmliiu ttml t'rtiltiv, - 8lh. Kltior Interttr Journal: The youiijj people of Clay County hnvo a moonlight picnic at Judge Unrcli-ell't. GEO. 0. BARNES IN FRANCE. fl IltiVIH13 T11J3 J001t,l' 'JoAVKNURtlB Dtiir Interior . 1. I have to I.A GllANDR AttMKK. 1 93. OU -- X'XSll A.ISrs'UaiIn advance. Wbenpall str'cttr II 'wo hare lo nit any time, 0'J.AO will lo chanted. HOW OLD? "llw (.1.1 That l Marjr Aadrm At eall her i r.n ll sh, like iml VI. lorla, Oat buntlm! and thirteen ' "Oil ho, in j MB, about an old As I m al hn IlUt -- 0lte RtTIT ff.'W Who gu Itat-actla lhr staK." t, "Ami tiie In It A ad I.llf 4fi luv atiil Harrison, yatiflihil IJico' k wear btl jackets Muv 'kr.fechr,' Cul Itui" "Ok' Ms, my tan, although Ms aje Nrath I hard tafia, I tmi) him pirarh in I."nlill ImHjMh fuitr-il- i ' "Ami the 'child Tlolliil.t. tha, Tk yeuNjMtilar IUe 'Urvot fcetl! he ltli Ule Dull la eUliite lTMitjr.(lTe." l.llc .:jl POLITICAL. A I' i in that Mr h l rWen and Ger. Cleveland. at4ti.nl with abcoltile milhorilr - TIMon'K ints-rein Gov. Clere-Ui- d awrt'i ia ami liaa liwn lament and n otU'pokeo. vrai U tu itii Mr Tllilcn Ifttir of drclinn-totiudf public after an aaturnnru the (ioratnor that hr in liesrly tjuip-itli- "Don't Embarrass the OortrnorV ThutMlav Wallace'- - circun veiled Columbia kn.l with It wan Mr C. C. Wor-rai- l, a graduate of an Indian oollege, who recently abandoned the profennion of law for a branch of buninrM yieiiling qnicktr returnn and larger prtfim. Mr. Worrall had an old gambling .device containing three nuiall oupi and an India-rubbe- r ball. Whoever thought he could pick out the cup that htd the ball under it waa at onre accommodated, provided he waa willing to back hmjudgmeut with a reasonable rum of money. Gentlemen from the rural Adair backed their judgment liberally, and Counveler Worrall harvented ahekeln galore. Mr. Tom Kpperpon'a bad giiefting coat him $50, and Mr. Artnatrong Hill naw $i)3drpart from him and Ida anaigneea forever. There were many more of the name kind, whone namen can not be had, but in the aggregate Mr. Worrall took in quite a handaome fiini. Fiiei unfeeling authorities of Columbia arrtaled Mr. Worrall and on Saturday he had a trial. The jury found him guilty and filled him $500. They atated that they could not fine him any leaa but that they would algn a petition to Gov. Knott, who happened to be in town, for a pardon. "Don't embarana the Governor," aaid Mr. Worrall, with that easy grace which render him an irrenistible in hla profession. ''He has aid that he will not pardon a gambler and I shall not ask him to break hia word on my account. I have the money here and will just pay tho fine." So Mr. Worrall laid down $500 and an additional sum for codtn, compromised with Mr. Epperson, who had sued to recover the tiKiiiey, and quietly left town, after volunteering i!;u information that he waa still a.iineuh'it ahcid of the game and that his -New Wk naniuof Smiuel .1. Tilien." vigil toColumbia had been reasonably profitHerald. able, much better than practicing law, at The Se umber elecucin will he watched m all events, Lebanon Standard. a itraw indloitinK with mil 'h iiiit-riHe Experimented. the direc'.ioi. of the p'itiel wind. Arksn He wa a bashful wooer, but thcro was n i to ch o .S.t f iBcir and a Lesifla hi d Jure on the hrnl cf tint uicrtb. Vermont certain minlinetM about him which a I.?jrWttire and that he only needed encouragement wi'i choe Ptite otticr, to let hiuiMlf out. She saw thin and she I n,tt.uwen mi the -- i, and Maine a (' on reolvd on a policy cf encouragement, ernor, a l.jtM ttjr and ConKre-aie- n "Do you believe these utorics in the funthe h In OcioWr Ohio, NWt Virginia elwtiotw and on ny papers," eho asked, "about the willing-neintd Ueurti hold.Snt of young ladiue lo he kiiutd?" NVeuibjr lth the Presiduihl edtetien "I I really can'l s:iy," he replied. "They Andrew J.icL'on wa? twice elected PreHl-de- may be true." Then gathering courage, he i.f the I'nitod htaten and that, too, in added: "1 hope they me true," and drew np.ii) of atuuU upon hi poraonal clur.ioter clc-- er lo her. "It Heeinw to me," vhe said "that there is in in.ilinnit ai nnv that wer ever made of Aaron Burr. The only one way in which n young man can ii. uthe chuacler a wholesome tepiiR-n- i duoover wliether thej are true or not." Auicriuaii pwpl liave "At. 1 what way in that?" ho asked. U' to kciutltl monner who venture There van a brief piusc Then with a public d the ufiioliil record to awall f.ir.iway look in liti eyes, nhc uiiMieied: EigU. iuri). -l- lrooklvn "Uy experiment when he h.ia an opporWithout A Mor.Ai. A Flock ol Ducks tunity." wMlIi lmlolnrvil a Mm atandin on the Detroit Free Press. He experimented. fdnre of the Fund, pot into n dispute a to Just now there seenm to be n fancy whether he wried a un or a oane. To him, among Mahlonable peoplo to use owla Pottle tLo Mtttor they all wam neir and of b fludden he raided the Disputed stuil'ed owls aa ornaments to set on the d tjp of book c.ise or other auitabla places. obiert to hi Sliouldei hiiJ Common owls stufled cell at $3 to $S Atuu'j; them. It was a Double-Barreleapiece. White owls ore worth from $15 Cane. Shot Uun, and not a Moral: But h be wa n Stanford tporta-ma- to $'20 I have been cleared out of owls he didn't hit a blcweil biid. Thtre-fore- , entirely, the demand has been so large of no moral nan be drawn from ths lute, and I have several unfilled orders Ex. from Chicago still on hand. aboTO. with the orrwhelin-ini- r of tlif parly that Mr. Tildvn (i.'iill accept the nomination. That Irtteri y iht way, waa prepared many weel he-- f reiving finally given to the public. Mr. Til.fen onlr waited for a. proper opiwrtutii-- t ,' tu iunVp hi iliciiioii kii.Hi, He left lu iritimilc f litiHl in li" .l'"t'l that iir.!cr nj circiiuutMiw would l .'. :. m tJf ..nli- to undertake the trtpewHliilitif'Ol thecim-ptltft- i nnd the tiibMijuml 'Vdiioveun'i.t of rrf'.rm in of the Federal (1 Ttrnmeni" fur iiq one douhln that hit elect1 11 uiild b crr'aln i' he HiirTtTed Rut when until the clon-- of ll. fu lerian bcauie ifvtierally known At I vigorouiilr Wa'hinglnn he wae i i anJcviM'atitly by tmti; n'.Jn of the party to M'cni"iiltr it lie steadfastly reittra-tehit purple hia iirl intention being to ad Ireu the letter to the State I'tniomtic Contention. CitcumlanceK and after the aMiimricn of Gov. C'lvTeland referred to letl htui 1 3 k.ldriM. the letter to Chairman iftued and Gov. Manning at the lime it CloTelaod' cinlrol of the State drlrgittii.n vrtt thertnfter aMured. .Since mil ren before the tiomir.aticn Mr l'lldeii'it expteMion of eleetn for Ciov. Clerrlttjd and appreciation of hi and able adiuinittration, which io cloaely hf fjllowed the line of ilr. Okti aduiiiii'lta'.ioii c.f tt e anie cilice, hate been tinxt lined, lior. L'leTelandV frieiid' feel thai ni candidacy reprernta in the larjeit turvrure and more ormapicu-oii'ly- , perhaps, than would have bten the ewe with any other candidale.tliat "achieve' men' of reform in the administration of the Federal (iovernuH'Ql," which the party had as it4 chief iMUe when Mr. Tilden wan ita canlitla'i'. A liie choic rf the pirty when Mr T.ldm could tint belaced at the hmd of the titkel, an the hr;t democratic (Jovernor of New York after Mr. Tilden, he nlfo tnav be conaidered tc repre'ent the iaiue of that "leU homage of freenien the pledge of our devotion to the principle and .tie ca'nu uu ii.eparsble in the hiatu rj cf ili lUpubltr from the labors and the entire fir Mr. and Mra. Chaa Iledd and Miri Jacl Kcdd, of Crab Orchard, Kv., are vislt-ir- g friendii and relatives in thi county. MlmJewett Taylor, of Frankfort, in viait-inMm. Gilbert Garrard. Our Auciift electiunn hre over and returns glvo Hall a majority of 1M8. Col. D. Y. Lytic, Independent, received a ma jority over Ward of about fill, Col. Lytle i a reaident of thin county, Kobt, Clarke, rep , received n majority over Keith, , of neirly 600. Gcj W. Maker, dem., ia elected hy oiiO majority overCapt IIolmaD, rep., to till out unexpired term tf County Attorney. The rce belweeu M. G. Horlon, deui , and Dr. I S. Manning rep , was in favor of the latter by hut C vote. There will be no content. Thin ia the race in which Hon John D White baa taken auch H leading part. Hoiton applied to Jude Kmlcy for a certificate, but brCRiine ho did not corneal the day appointed hy Judjje Fmlev fot examination the Judge refund to uraiit him a certificate. Any way, Hor-Io- n put himaelf before the people and the Ciuiity Clerk failing to put hi name on the poll book, at Otter Creek precinct, Gilbert Garrard, who wa a friend to Hor-tnplaced hla name on tho book. Hon. John I) White coolly walked up and took a pen and acralched Horton'n name out. Whereupon Garrard refused to allow any vale to be taken until HortonV name waa lulled an a candidate. After waiting about two hour the officers of the election who wre equally divided pro and con, agreed to let Garrard K11 Horton'a name aa acting deputy Clerk of the C'junty Court, which he waa The nclion of John 1) While in condemned by all men of Clay County an being both prcautnp-tiou- i and overhearing. R d-n, d I'Altts, July lUb, 18SJ observe concerning (he French language; that there ia Icnn connection in it, between spelling and pronunciation, than in any tongue, living or dead, with which I have any acquainlance Such a prodigal waste of letters, and such re serve in using what are left, strikes n foreigner with surprise not unmingled with indignation, when he attempts to fit in his own system of orthoepy and finds that it is utlerly unintelligible to a Frenchman, however logical and correct in itself. Of course it becomes one lo speak mcdentlr, in whose beloved native tongue, such aunma lies in pronunciation are found as in tough, cough, plough, though, through, hough and dough. I acknowledge that there are enough to drive the average foreigner wild, hut they furnish no excune for a Frencn-ma- n pronouncing tout U monde "loolc-maw,- " nor using hommes to say "oui" and thousands of other things in orthography and orthoepy that Ibeee examples cumo" "hold a candle to," in point of inconsistency. The blank amazement that comes over one when you request a native of this country to spell some word that you are inquisitive about, beggars description. How would you feel dear reader, if upon asking a friend in Paris, to spell the unasiuming little word given above "om," he should, instead of saying "om" like a sane man answer you something like this "urth o m-ay ?" -- . I like French manners exceedingly, though I am too old lo imitate them. The way they pull oil their hat', and speak courteously, and make you feel that they take the warmest jiersonal interest in you, is very attractive to one who has only known the average habits of England and America, in this respect. I wish Ihad ilic ticity enough left in me to commence life over again and bo thoroughly uuforgetfully polite. It is a good nnd scriptural habit, I always envied my old friend Rutherford, of Paris, Kv., his rarely beautiful manners. Just imagine a whole country full of men aa courteous as he and you have Li Utile France, without much exacgeratlon. "He pitiful, be courteous" is a bible injunctive little attcudeJ to in "this selfish age. Hut what a lubricator genuine politeness if! Everylwdy in "Monsieur'' in France. 3. French religion U Horn an Catholic chiefly, as every one knows. Some think the nation infidel, as to the bulk of it I shouldn't wonder, for the world is going that way fast. Hut I will say that even if religion is kept up for tho women mainly, il is kept up in a profusenesa of expenditure on the church buildings that one does not find in England or America coetly as are somo of our houses of worship. Paris fs a city of gorgeous churches. This U a characteristic feature of the beautiful French One goea to one grand temple capital. alter another, until after a time the grandeur palls upon you. I made one blunder Notre Dame U the "Westminster Abbey" of Franco and I ought to have gone to it first. It so happened that I visited it last and it was a disappointment amounting to n shock. You shall find a dczen churche in Paris far more elegant and imposing than Notre Dame. If I had seen it first, however, I should have been satiefied better and the disappointment has unfitted me to do the venerable dIIj justice. To any one visiting Paris, who may read this, I would give the advice to avoid my blunder. Among the churches thai Vernon and I inspected more or less carefully, of course the Magdalen holds the first place for grnnde ur. I shuddered ai I walked up and down its beautiful isles to think that one of the most recent events of its chequered history was the total destruction in ibil of 300 communists, who took shel ter in the great building after a dosperate combat in tho streets, not ouo escaped the infuriated soldiery. I could hardly rea'is that tho solemn quietude of the place hsd ever been broken by volleya of musketry, and the deadly bayonet stab of contending combatanta. St. Augustine is exquisite for internal beauty. The confessionals at the Bides hud the names, conspicuously posted, of the several Father Confessors, with tho times of their attendance, who ministered in this elegant place. I saw this no where else and took up the notion from the goner nl surroundings, that th's is a most aristocratic establishment of very recherche and St. Clothilde in a exclusive character. beautiful church whero we had theplcaeure of hearing the dee)) musical chanting of n hoir of male voices. One must hear this singing of only men, rolling through vaulted nave and pillared nialca to appreciate the almost weird eflect of it. 1 had never heard anything to equal this choral chant in St. Clothilde. St. Sulpice'.s ii the most massive church interior that I saw in Paris. Tho perfect prodigiousness of the square pillars that support the lofty roof, surpasses any architecture of the kind in the city. Here too, on the same colessal scale, tho enormous oil paintings in tho side chapels, perhaps 10 feet by 20, strike tho spectator with wonder. Even the Louvro hat no such monster works of nrt aa ttiese. In St. Sulplce we met with a little adventure. As 1 was taking n brief note in liy book while sitting on one of the church chairp, I heard the tramp of feet, the tinkle mas-hive Lat iuu' 11 little bell and the authoritative rap of MNC'ASTEIl .WiVUlTISEHKJiT.S. an official stafi nn the alone pviment. Looking up I hehrld a until pncesslon 13. F. WALTEK headed hy a man in a cocked hat (quite OI3NT1WT, answering to nn Engli-- h Deidlc) who held LANCASTER, KV. OfflccoTtr CItizctia National Bnat. Offlte houra in his hsnl a stsfl with gilt head. Follow-in- g from 8 to 12 a. m. ruJ from t to 5 r. m. him was a cleric cf some 'orl, in white L. K. IK nnLK S, M. niBDKTT. garments, with a something in his hand HUBBLE & BUBDETT, covered with a cloth, that I afterwards LAW. gue-se- d to be the cnnecratel bread. A ATTOUNEVH LANCASTER, KV. few others followed in meaured nmnliing Wni praMlec In O vranl ami a.lJolDln countlc. ,n tbe KoMum-- j block, order. Tho old fellow with the dad irave frouth Hide iAp.VJ'-0fficfcijuiire, y me an imperious nod, as he spprnnched, which fortunately 1 interpreted promptly, by rising and Rtanding respectfully aa he pascd. Before I caught his eve and nod I wan staring wondering! and keeping my neat, which would hnve offended the otficiil griivonnly I don't know whm might have happened had not the good LORD taught me what to do in an instant; for thn proctesii.n w right upon mo when firt observed. Perhaps the Beadle would have Mppd ray thick head, instead of lie pjvement, to teach me better church mnn tiers. The Piuithpon in a gram! church of impressive proportions, out and in Put St. Paul's dome on a little franller scale than the orisinal, fn the Hnyal Exchange. London, nnd you have the Pantheon tu a HAVEdot. And that will do for the churchen if been Making ExtenParis, will it not? Oal I must not forget St. Denis, which is far o ilside the walls of the city, in a suhurbin town. A wonderTo Their Stock ot ful church it is, where the dipt of miny generations, of royalty reposed until the fiml Kevoluiion and the "Keign of Terror" ti re the bodies out of the old crvp', and flung Ihem into a commor. And now have the Bast Stock in Cer tral Kentucky. They have Parlor pit, dug near by, in extricable confusion and Bed Room Setc, Carpet. The leaden wrap were run into bullets to Cane and Penitentiary shoot aristocrats Afterwards tho bonis were replaced, but all identity was lo-- i. Chain, Marble Top, Centre Stand & ExIt in intensely interesting this old burial place of French kings, and I am glad I tension Tables, Woven Wine. Cot-te- n went out to see it. The vtrger red in u Top andflair Matmonotonous, wooden way, the inscription tresses, Folding Bed Lounon the various tombs, not giving us time to ges, Beds & Cots.Wararobes understand them br personal study; for he and Sofas, and Everything Else vl inked us r ll to the next, when a faint dawn of iuteliiitente was beginning to bresk Kept m a Fir&t-clas- s Furniture Store-Ursn to the last sii'jct. Then the whole tin In (eel Sugar Prices. thing over again at the next tomb until we were fairly idiotic at the close I can hear h.s nioiutone now. And he charged us a CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, (r.inc apiece for stultifying us. It.is a pity the public are not permitted lo study these UNDERTAKERS. woiidrmneide nisle and instructive inscripICY.. tions at their leisure. Ever in Jesus, Are prepared to furnish W7J and MetOlc Burial Geo O Baknis. Cases, Hearse of a judoe ar. J.DUiiiu naCaacllJata for Congre in ths 8th aubjoct to tho will of the Democracy. HCUOJ3 0N JAMES M. McOREAIST la a Candidate for Congress In the Eighth aubjecttotheylll ol ttie Democracy? "mn, I A'r Millinery & Dress-MakiAT MoKINNEYl ng 134-l- f every and Invite an Inspection of th. MIm Cynthia Carson, who la aa expert In Ineaa, will aaalat Mlllnrry, "of vritro bum. "g,.?-,- ENTERP R SE HALE'SWELL. Grocery. Lancaster, Kentucky, i!rlrd 1 "'""'K?C" GEO. D. BURDETT cfc OCX. naving leased tl.l, desirable resort and thsiw oxitMr renovnto. It. I am now to aoa-inoda- te the public at the following rat- e1K,ln' wwk 7 UilTiiiii,ii,ii, -- l " lVr inpal Cottage of 2 rooms and CMkToom,''p7rwwtri 89 ., T00 room i. '.. ", Single room, per week .... Families who furnish their own Voo'mTand sin board at tho Hotel, per week. 8 60 w?tw.0.f,,lnllle;.cn special the aime l a b.(u' '!' contract. SpeX clubs. No persons allowed onlnjugsunlcsshelsor has been a to take wato le Bfle-band arcommodatlon for horses. boarder. tlona furnished from the triln at all tlmesT J. -- "Mf 't. C KXfSL EH A JT. Lately sive Additions w. xvi. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION U.VION STOCK coirarER, CINCINNATI, UEFKaKNCKs.-Mercha- .... om TAItDS. MERCHANT! OFFFICE INI3HEEP PENS. nU National Hank of Oat-- Cattle Salesmen. " Hog Salosniau-- B. T. OIIKKNK. Sheep 8alcaman W. M. CONNKB. tttrtm. DANVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY Manufacturer of Doorw, Sash, BJinds, W1h1w MoKINNEv mid Door Frames, tfoltl- InRSs and Burial Kohn of all kinds. Scroll Snv? hitch-luimi- Til-den'- rt indi-ealo- Canals, Work,Turn- The Imperial Canal of China is over mile- - long In the year 1GS1 was com Iiir ImUm Work, plcted ihe greatest undertaking of the STANFORD. KY kind in Europe, the ranal of Ljnguedoc, Flooring, Celling, Weatk- or the Canal du Midi, to connect the Atlan W. P. WALTON, . - Propriotor. tic with the Mediterranean; its length ia DreHOtI 8lae of 3;a?e t20l50. Eight complete seta of Sceo- - erboiirtlliiR, US miles, it has mere than 100 locks and And etber '"'"dl" Krr. 600. Reasonable rates to good attractions. Addreea about 50 aqutducls and its highest part is GOO feet tbove the rea, it is no less than navignble for vessels of upward of 100 tons The largest ship canal in Europe is the Also Dealers In . RKPailKNTJ great North Holland Canal, complete in . 1S25 It is 12 i feet wide at the 31 feet wide at the bottom and has a depth of 20 feet; it extends from Amsterdam to .i; i Vo ii u ' ;. "i wwr nroe.', fall on us or write lor prices. Wo keep alasrsBi and The Caledonian the Helder, 51 miles ' ,l.fB' UPflaht aud Square Piano Organa stockqualitywill do our beat to please you tat jailnn Fortea; also the fcatey, Shonlnger ol material. and Hamilton in Scotland, has a total length of CO Instrumentaauldatprlreaand ami terms canal, to ault Don't give jour orders till you get our DASriljLF. JPLAXISG M1LM, miles, including 3 lakes. The Slier Canal tWU"- Iantllle, Ky. is SO miles long, of which GO milta are ac- Prt"tf Danvilla. i.j. Erie Caual is 350 milta tual canal. The Ion?; the Ohio canal, Cleveland to Ports.lb Annual Se.tlnn hA9ln.On mouth 332; the Miami and Erie, CincinnaOld and tried. MtmtMiia tbefamous"llluelirasa"irta'a for beauty and hea'i'i ChArmi"; ur nnit, and shady proies. Prices low for llrst-elti to Toledo, 291; the Wabash nnd Erie, eollicsu ... . v .nf.rM.i iiAfA .it.u... u!l racultv II. rc.....p li n Lnmnlcit. c iur . Ttie for catalogue to tbe l're'id Evansville to the Ohio line, 374 KYn.M.i)fuLi:Y.D.i). Sues Cnal is 2G feet 4 Inches deep, 7i feet 5 inche wide at hoftom, "29 feet wide at water airfare. Length a little short of 100 miles. The Panama Canal is 651 Fifteen Profossors and Instructors. Agricultural and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal miles in lemtth. bcnooi ana uommerciai uourso 01 study. The lulun laborers in New Jersey eat COUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. loa.ls, mud Unties nnd sheep and chickens I or Cntnlojjue nnd other Information fallen victims to disease. If Fall term begins Sept. lotll, 1884. wnnii h ive Addrcta JA3IES PATTERSON, IMi. ., E.e.vltnrtou, KcntiicUi-- . they cj.ttd bo taught to eat English riwi tliov uiilit be iuviieil rows or potato tocoiuo Weat and i;rov up illi the country initeail of illintratiiijj n h tlit y now t'o COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY, LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND, KY. Hie Ije.mliiB of tirutection. 0 OPERA HOUSE, Lnnbff Building Material Fanning Ij umber I water-surfac- e H. Baldwin A Co., I,U5,-"Bc- GEORGETOWN f.nT.T.P.aTR, as GEORGETOWN, ... - TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY I. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, 1 i 11111 1 11 A gnit ouirtit to h; a li.--it for the oleomarjerine. cUm material There is no better butter than the Rial Positive Cure for Piles To the ieop!e of this county we would say that wliae been glren tho agency ol Dr. Marchltl'a nt Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed to cure ur inojcy refunded Iulernal, External, Bilud, lllerillug or Itching Piles. Price Si) cents Im, Nu cure, no pay. Penny A McAlistcr, Druggists. next session vviu open weancsaay, aepieniDerua, 100. 1 l I. I. 1 All LTV cf nlileund exponelicinl lii.iriictori. Comprehenslva AOV.VXTAOr.N.-- A buildings and itunarnlus. inii'eteiie-courie ni ntiniy unl tiMruucii in tn: tin) NilistlUKiiislii.il nff..r "i iiniiuiuitv In ri'tlni-- I'liltureund liospltallty.iuul Sttrlnl Iiillnener. n Tli' I I !' f.iin lie- ?iul : Nulooii III UHM'll.t. ouui; iiH'ii tin I li.'int in' liii nf I.iK-u- l Ion. uitl' limoml t ut an iievatn-'i- uf luoie tbuu MO feet nbuvu tba cure l.irinl fr OlilnrHi r. itml Ine -- mi nil 11 ninti m me k ivruiiiiieii onirc ci me iuie, in me nenrt or tlio mass f li I. iiimi U'.l eiriivt reKliiii.anil ihm hi 1' Ivr.t 111r,l rail- of m ri.-- ,,(' iih'Iiii ,ui, Kiioxvlllo unit C'liultunooRu. " j nnd lienliil by stennj M4 ti... an I'.im'Iim'. lotlrratc r'.iii.i li.um ll in ,ti .r 11 lb 'i exe.pl waililng, uml In ih best tunilUaa eleKuiit.i.iiiif luiithi, tr jiu flMtuClo. iv. troiuu to el iir ni Tti II For full liif.irunt i H. SLANTON, D. D Chancellor- - .ccfli.llll.. 1 iii 11 he-y- Oatightcrs, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically guarnnteu Dr. Marchlsl'a n fciualo reiuidy, lo cure Fciunl DlM'as-inch na OvarlHii troublea, Iiiilaiuuntlou and Ulreratlun, railing nnd displacement or bearing down feeling, Irregalarittirs, Barrenness, Cbango bcsldca many weaknesses cf Life, Leueorrhiea, sprtnglnf,' from tho above, like Headache, Ulcat-In- s. s j'l.itil Weakness, Slieploaaness, Nervous Palpitation of tlm Hoirl, Ac. Fur sale by iirul.t'. Prices Stand 11 f0 per tKiltle. Scud to Dr. Mnrchhl, Utloi, N. Y for pamphlet, freo. 1'orMiIo by Penny A McAllstrr, Druggists. c, Opens August 16th. xobixiois: LOUISVILLE, Closes October 25thr 1884. IB ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. - SOTJTUEBIT TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY By Cappa's and Gllmore's, tho moat famous bands of the world. Largest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. LOWEST RAILWAY RATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. alam-bange- cuitr. koi i I'li.i;-- . n .IU8T AS iOOI). Many un rujiulomi il.'alpr. ma tell you tby hare f.ir CiiueIi.i onJ lolJ. niual In Hirlt ati'l In in. ill inry rMjwit Ju.t a gouJ n tlm old rIUll Dr. I'. - imI.ii Vmih ami l.uwg Sjrriii, ualM you ItuUt reaiiHljr ami will taUn no ttlir, you are i) a lliU ll.il.le lo I graatly i!oeolI. Prlaw, V) ccati ami THY IT YUUltSKliFt Tho proof of tlm poiMIng U not In chculng tho irliif , but In having an opportunity to try tlio jonrlf. tloltolnTta A .UyK, Hi" Ururelitn, luron frw trial bottloof Dr. lliwiiiilo'a Cough ami T.ung Syrup fur wicli nu.1 ctcry mienlio la uIlllcliJ with Cmiilu, ColiW, Atttnia, Comiiniptlou or any LuugAfTMlou. i'.'rt. MMi MelIlrU A" May. I'llea are frequently preceded I'J ft n'li'o of elrfht u tlio back, lolna nnd lower pirt of tlm abdonun, to iuippolioIiafOiiniilItlon c iii.liiKtliepatlriit organs. At t lines, "t tin kidneys or mluliliui-lisj luptmin of InillRvatlon mu procnt, aa flutulciir), like iiinatiiie of tin) tuuiiub, etc, A inol-tur- e, pur.plrntloii, proiluclng a ery dlagreeoblo itching, nflir getting warm, Is a wry common attendant, li'ltnl, Weeding nnd Itclilng Pl!r)Ifldntoiicvto tlio apiilli-atii'iiti- f Dr. llosiiuUo'a Tito Ki'iucly, vliicli act directly upon tho parts afliited, alxorblng tlio Tumor.; nlla) lug tholiiteiiHo Itclilng nnd affecting u pi'inuiiient cure. Price f0 cents. Address tho Dr. Ohio. Sold by Mcltob-rts.- v RusanU Mulltiuo Co., Stugg. COiTCJiXTrSrOTen works ABT ?TTTT! Joel Hart, the best possible collection. Onehundrea" counties In Kentucky will male exhibits, duplayine products which will demonstrate BTJILDIlTa-S- , A.aEItICjai CHOICEST 3PI0S"0"S613O XST . cf Kentucky's Bteat sculptor, l'.U, Presenting at one time in line over $1,000,1)00 worth of horaes, coinpriiini: all the sires that hare nude Kentucky famous. The exhibit will surpais in extent the Royal Stack bhow in London, and jresaa. to the viutor the grandest, complttcit. and most majnificent Stock exhibit the world has erer and a sijht that can not be duplicated in the world. J, M. WRIGHT, General Manage- rBENNETT H. YOUNB, President. &AN IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS d, Six men were drowned by the sinking LIVINGSTON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. That dirty old bird, who would defile his own nest, CNssiua M Clay, writes to the of a boat in the Missouri. Tho Kentucky Central received their The bodies of the dead of of the Grecly Nrw Yirk Sun to ssy that he wants to vote first two cars of freight via the K. C. Exj. is fearful of expedition arrived at New York Friday. WJ tension Saturday. August 12, 1884 for Maine and Logan, but he Stanford, Ky fivo In Havana there were twenty doing so since "the solid South avows the Frank Cordicr, tho photographer, hrs PHARMACISTS right and acts upon it, as proven in the deaths from yellow fover in the past week. elected his tent e also noin our midst. "W. P. WALTON. In consequence of over production, Diiivillo and Copiah murders, to kill any nKALKMS 1tice that Edward Singleton will be hero in voter who acts with the republican party the cotton mills at Petersburg, Va., have f "f-' I v a few days. We presume wo can have our Jsooun, oxy , Tiik sweet morsel of scandal which the when it pleases them to do so; and they closed. photograph taken gratis. ' Ben Bnllerworth and Gen. Brown have have rolled under their tongues have realed tlieir avowal with the blcod of ftUt3r ArtloloM. republicans -- ? i Cj. Is compelled The Livingston Coal tyrlMin' with so much relih nd which their papers free white men. If I am allowed by the been nominated for Congress by the repub- to increase its capacity in order to accom..mirstrlr (on.ictjnJoJ it 'mi iu regard good Providence, under the invitation of licans of Cincinnati. hate given so much publicity to . modate their increasing trsde. They are . rrrrr?.-SJK. . VJT7rTw"f.MWkJl wiaj- v ' oiiniiiirii w"n Frank Holstman lived three days after preparing mi rm ri JOBS svaiuv to the youthful Indiscretion of Clov, Clev.-hn- d, the national republican committee, I will to ship to points on tho K. C. I fWV'iy'tttJlXlSWwLlr f ha proved on investigation by wor be along before the November election and breaking his neck at Dayton, Ky , and tho Wohadnn excursion train to Parkshill .lk JS' .1IIK thy and prominent men to be about as fol iu Masiachurctta or in New York city will doctors are much puzzled. and return yeaterday, A good crowd from Lai gt'st Slock of Wutchiw. Ex Senator McDonald will take the 1 cws: "Many years ago, when the Govern attempt to make good my assertion that the I'loclti, Jont'lr it MUerwnro here. hi wild oat,' he met thin solid Sjuth is responsible for these outra- stump for Cleveland and Hendricks. He or was 'eowicg Miss Mamie McLean, who is a guest of Eter brought t. tlm tuirltl l'il.e Ixcr thtn woman, with whom hia name had been con ges. Shall I," he closes, "vote and risk all, thinks they will be elected. th Ismrtt Vl liMjI'lork ttiil Jwlrr Mies Alice ward, has been quite sick for ( li thurt lol oainl Warranted The Board of Equallzttion reduced the nectcd and became intimate with her. She or shall I die and give no utteranco to my past few days, but we ure glml to say that and not a good woman by any voiceless wot?'' Our advice is that he go assessment of lands in Madison 1 per cent. was a widow she Is improving. MIim Annie Musselman, means. Mr. Clevelmd, learning this, be- awl rhool himself as a pirlial attonement and personal property 2 per cent. of Louisville, is paying the family of Geo, dicov-ere- d the Rlddoli-Ho- lt The returns from for his dirty, slimy slander. He knows as gan making inquires about her, and Sambrooka visit. Jno. J Cox, our former that two of hi friend were intimate well as we d i that he can vote without let race are still nut in, but the latest reports railroad agent, has resigned on account of with her at the sune time with luuiseir. or hindrance and like Annaniaa he should elect the former by a small majority. of the ofSarah A. Sharon, plaintiff in the some personal trouble with Bonie Wbeas, child ws born, Cleveland, in order be struck dead for stating an untruth. His ficials of the road, John L. Allen, former Sharon divorce case, has sued the Alta Gii- d to shield his tno friends, who were both life has been drawn out to four years agent nt Loretta, relieving him. Frank and-ten- , for a fornian for $50,000 damages for libel. DBAM It IN the allotted married men, assumed the reponslMHly of Mercer's tax list was raised 5 per cent, Winget, oui former operator at K. C Junc- Hardware, it. He tcok care of the child and mother very pjor purpose, if it be to defame his Homo Nliocx, Oriu'i'r .Sadtllri, on land und 3 per cent, on personal proper- tion, has accepted a position as night operalike a man and did everything in his power neighbors unit friend. ,ro,,i ,ii1Im, tor at Lebanon Junction, Chas. F. Redmon tii'.''i!'m:tr, HiiKKy Ulilpn, ty, making a total increase of $140,000. provided for them until for them; and he KKy Wliei'lN, NKivt'B, Tiik Louisville Exposition will be openhim. Harm-sH- , CuiicMillM, The colored voters of Cincinnati or relieving the woman became a confirmed viclim to ed at 2 r M. ntxt Saturday by Gov. Knott, .Spoken, (J ClilurMlllM, I. up Cover, EAST BERNSTADT. LAUREL COUNTY. alcoholism and made it impo'sible by her asdsttd bj Uov. Purtir, of Indians, and ganized a Cleveland and Hendricks club Itlms Ntoiieuitre. Corn MiellerN, Coll urn, members enrolled. have anything to do President Bennett II. Young. Addresses Friday night with conduct for him to The miners have all been on a stand The democratic convention for the new with her. He never sepirated the mother will be made by Maynr Jacob, Senator still for the past few days on acconnt of a Oliver Chilled. Champion Stool and Brinley Combined Plows, Woodoa and 10th district of Virginia nominated J. Ranand child, nor did he do anything to injure Beck and olhrrs aud a' 0:30 the opening Ca3t Tamps, and tho Celobraed alayflelil Elv,tor. Tia Roof- smalt reduction in their wages. the woman. He was throughout the whole concert will he played by Cappi's band. dolph Tucker for Congress by acclamation Dir.ii. At the residence ol the bis pamg;an'l Ou tcriQfj will have prompt attention Of 200,000 000 acres of public land affair a victim of circumstance. He ac- At 7 there will he a grand illumination of MeKlHM-v- , rents G miles north of here at 4:30 last NnlrniitrH f II. Jxln llriunr.,1, cepted responsibilities that not one man n ttie building by 0,000 EJisjn electric lights. given away by the republicans while Thursday morning, of irtUititnutiou of the a thousand would have shouldered and Also the Jeuno arc lights will be lighted Blaine was in Congress he voted for every stomach, little M.Cooke, son of Mr. F J grant. acted honorably in the matter. In short, about the gruurds. AtSr. m will be the A man whose name is supposed to be and Sue Baugh. Cleveland's character in Buflalo stands as grand inaugural concert, with a special I allorda me great pleasure In writing Wookeand who was from Dufl'alo, jumped take pride, be oiio in which the citizen asisted by a chorus of 300 voices, into the rapids at Niagara and was carried to vou. as I like to see our little ulsro nn. I cause of his gocd judgment and sterling in- under the dinction of Prof A. O. Scheuler, resented by the newspajuri all around and over the falls. tegrity in all matters, ami he has and will After this, addresses will bo made by the Nineteen lepers, who recently landed unless some one takes up the pencil and i continue to receive the support, in his nom- Hon, James McKeuzie and other distin. collects the items, we will not bo known ination for the preidency, of the best class guished men of the State The display is ai Sin Francisco, were sent back to China abroad. by the citizens of that city, who paid their of oil the opponents, of Mr. Blaine" The fast approaching completion and the beggarTue Vulcan Coal Co. has secured the fare mid gave them money betides. strict constructionists and pharisaica) in ly srray of tmply tpacc will not greet the Holmes, LsfTerty & Co , lire slock deal- - contract of furnishing the railroad engines clined may hold up their hands in holy hor- eye, as was the care at the opening last era at Pittsburgh, have assigned; liabilities with coal at this place, which will demand ror at this, but wo doubt if the lives of 90 year. .IT about $100,000, with assets sufficient to about 200 bushels pei day. They are now men out 100 will bair as close scrutiny and prepiring to put up the bins "Vk are glad lo observe that the oflicers py dollar for dollar. cosao out as honorably. The same old scanThe Altamont Coal Co. is doing an exHarrison says he is going to be of the law are beginning to make war on dal was worked for all it was worth when by 50,000 ma tensive business, with Mr. Cash Crooke, Druggists and Booksellers, Cleveland ran for Governor of New York that most uncomely and uncouth garment elected Governor of Illinois president, C. S. Neild, seoretary, Capt. W, and it did not hurt him then, as he was the "Mother Hubbard" dress. In Mattoon, jority. He in also equally as confident of A. Pugb, treasurer. This company is comOl-JEI- M elected by 192,518 msjarily, nor will it 111 , the police issued an order that no wo- the election of Cleveland. JIO1LSK0 posed of first class gentlemen and employ man should appear upon the streets wear Gen. Butler will take the stump aud hurt him cow with honest men. There ws to the none but that clas of men to transact their ing a Mother Hubbard dress unbelted, the advocate the election of Gen. Butler bo promise of marriage and no seduction business. and while hundreds of men would have person violating the order being liable to presidency. His first speech will be made Mr. m. Flint has gone to Kings yielded as he did to passion, there's hardly arrest and fine. The authorities allege tint in New York city, Aug. 30. Mountain, Ky. C. M. Lovelace, Eq. hsj One of Barnum's cars caught fire and a B3a who would have so honorably atton the Mother Hubbard costume tends to an indecent exposure of the person and is there- was destroyed, together with $7,000 cash left us to be gone a week or more. Mr. ed for bis indiscretion. fore immoral. It transforms a pretty figure and the jewels and waidrobe of Chang, the and Mrs. B. B. Vannuys are the guests of The Louisville Post has information, into the shapeless proportions of a mill eacK Chinese giant. Chang barely escaped with J. and E S. McNeals. Mrs. Ida B Wal- which is deemed authentic, and their course and makes u tidy woman appear as a sloven. his life. len, of Livingston, is also visiting J. and E. AND Wars out the assertion, that the New York Congress should pass a law making the Rev. John G. Fee, President of Berea S. McNeals. Mr. James M. Thompson reBun and the Cincinnati Enquirer have told wearing of one either in public turned home last Friday. K'lii-iiUm-- e abolor iu pri- College, Madison county, a ! Mr. T. S. Haynes has his hotel about out to the republicans and will support vate a high crime and misdemeanor. itionist and republican, has come out for JUaino and Logan. Something better was A Full ami complete iiHMrliueu( of He is a good completed. J. B. Tyo & Co. have movrd Cleveland and Furniture, embracing It U enough to make a man sick with the offset forCsssiusHendricks. into their new store house on Boonville expected of the former, but the latter has .......... M. Clay. from flic Cliciiiiffli tn iim meth-n- l to read that sever been governed by principles or poli- silliness of political Money is cheaper in London at present street. Geo W. Owens sold all his parson need lo Ko to the I.rKe ell I cm to make our purchascx no matter tics, but has ever kept ita weather eye open in the Second Maryland district tho Con- says tho Economist, than at any previous al property at public sale Saturday. He wlmf quantity or niialit .i ..n ............. Won hiiiiI. i.w I ready to jump in the gressional convention took 1,353 ballots time since Adam. Tbe city banks keep SL?,-r.rto the main chance, 7-,'! aiho -idirection of the largest pile of money. and adjourned without result and that in country balances at percent, inteiest and " " ; uiiiuiiKHoriniciii oi I'oMiim, C'a en, NIii-oikIami ItobcH, cuihriuv the Seventh Congressional district of Mischeerfully recommend him to the good Gath is to do the Blaine work for it. The lend the same at J i er cent. Iiir all the Xew Nlj len, both cheap and expeiiHlre. 1 are iooiiir Sun' course towatds Cleveland has been souri 579 ballots were taken with the last Kansas as a worthy gentleman. The last layer of stone was placed on people of need We are in of a good rain in this pirt oppoMjieM. A:iph Hotel, Stanford, Kj. most contemptible and it has made it un- identical with the first. the Washington monument at Washington ot the county. Farmers say that corn will worthy' of the respect of honest men of eiSometimes the signal service hits the Saturday. It is now 500 feet high. Th mark in its predictions about the weather, workmen will immediately begin erecting not make a half crop through Laurel, ther paily. and Owsley counties. The Breckenridge iVeirs, published by J but any of ua can do that. It more often the framework for the roof, which will be Jackson gets left, however, as was the case Saturday 1 "D.'Babb'age a'nd edited by that spicy and . Tl'K Letter From Louisu'llt. 55 feet high. Tn the I d I tor or t ti Ioterlor Jvtimal. ready writer, "Wallace Gruellc, is growing night, when it had predicted that there A statement has been going tho rounds & Preparations are being made in Indiana BONANZA SEED and spreading like a green bay tree In iia would In frost on the highlands of Obio. of the press to the tfltct that Judge C. E. last issue it says that it is now in a home of losiesa. it was me, warmest mgtit lor a Kincaid has been appointed to go to Italy for tbe fiercest campaign ever known to tbat v ilturyiMi II, Ar.l thr ii t i li its own', a'handa'ome and "commodious brick t month. for the remains of Joel T. Hart. Judge K. closely contested State. The leiders of both lIUtW'.mM.IlotV.l"Tlllli:t,i:it 11...,. i. i.. .,-...... V... " rWh-- v , .i.lii-ij A woman living near Knoxville gve informs us that he is not aware that any pirties are continually in consultation ami edifice on one of the beit business comers un.H.ui llli. III - v......... O ' r IIIt1' .1 : .,:." ',, I, ' ulV.tr, in town. It has bought and is now being birth to lour girls averaging four pounds such appointment has been made by the a great fight is imminent. Scores of stump TmaIIam O 'r. llOblU.ll I J MlttHJiitX mm A46I1IS WUU(. ROBINSON h..Cd . Richmond tnd speakers from all over the Union will be & printed upon a new improved Gimpbell each, all of whom are living and uith the Governor a oeunn. mother are doing well Tho same, howevpower preen, and, on tht whole, feels unOf the 4,500,000 letters which went turned loo'c upon the hardy Hoosiera ard ; it M'K-fcrJPrxUt I V . er, can not bo said of the father. The terri- into the dead letter oilice last year, twelve further on, in the autumn time, that modcommonly jolly. We have enjoyed all of these facilities for five or six years and are ble misfortune has prostrated him and he is thousand were mailed without any address ern factor, "soap," so feelingly referred to , irv i threfo7e"nrgb6d condition to warmly con not expected to survive. and nearly two hundred thoumnd without by the republican leaders at their big btr- will ba brought out by the 'gratulate our friends on their success, etaoips. Half a million of them were di- rpiet in '80, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Blaineitos and freely ued. Indiana and JWRead What Somo of Our Bet Farmers and Citiiens of Lincoln und Garrard Say which is as great as it is deserved. rected to foreign countries. New York will be the . J'W., !h "n'!"lK"'' rillisns nf UnU an1 (inrrinl, d,i frtllr that wo kiv uA .n Theie are thirty-twprisoners in the Charles Tiiden, one of the oldest and I i lhFattr ahl L t a... - "'J - K" Rrciii. The mayor of Lexington thinks he will Madison county jtil. "Old Saddle Bigs," Joseph E. McDonald, itmIH lor ihe wurk ll itlt fir n H iLf- -h f... ...i "...'-- " most prominent citizens of Louisville. rMM.llier.p.1 .lib -. Bo.,r, V.' rwTr-- k .i." ,; 'JLr 1 I IZZSZL solve the social evil problem by issuing no auash," Riddell's majority in Madison was 418 President of the Bank of Louisville, and aniline "laii sycamore ot tne tioea to th keepers and inmates of the and in Rockcastle 158. the Board of Managers of the Dan Voorhees, are expected to lead Id16 MVtPHilclitli2KlM.u.rf President of iiiftT'ih,l"i,la rJ",',rJM' J ll II ltaii.. I n nousca of prostitution to leave the city withFour penous returning from a funeral Masonic Widows' end Orphans' Home, hosts. A in ten days. There are 2 such houses in at Shenandoah, Frmi preen t "painters" Hen. Albert S, were struck br a loco- died suddenly Saturday night of neuralgia the city and over 2n0 fallen women. The motive aud killed. Willis will have no opposition for Cutif;res tiroun.1 of the heart. V"' .ultr lot of hHt ,lfW,, w,, (,, II. I l.r.h, , ll Vi. ll.u. ii n. question as to bow to deal with Iheie unforPittsburg repjrts the depression in the New York city and adjoining towns in this district. has puzz ed the brains of social re- iron tunates The affair between Messr. Haldeman To those whom I liarHilil uiadiltiry I rxlvml HkiiL. I ,r trade to be greater at present than for were treated yesterday afternoon to a genu ihilr formers for centuries without being nearer a number of and O'dullivan nt Crab Orchard occasioned Will w, years Lcforo. ine eaithquake that lasted Irom two to ten l7,n.l worLlni oijir that tTcrythliiKUIn .,7T '" ' J"1!'1" to solution than at first, and the mayor of The Queen of Madagascar has pro second'). No serious damage was done, but considerable talk in this city. It seems whloh will be Nnf to sny our .JJ,MR , ullnu" .Vr''1' "' ,'r"",, "U,U,r does succeed Lexington will find that if he "'"" Vu""' '"T inilr. . . Tit I Yl.Oit. claimed the negotiations with France at an the phenomena caused the greatest excite- that what occurred at the Springs was only in his city, inclosing the boures of end and ordered her subjects to prepare for ment all over the city, many thinkimg tho culmination of two years of bitterness. the evil will break out In a more deplora- war. The difficulty is to all appearances over, judgment dty hod come. ble form than at present conducted. The democrats of Ibston opened the f a iquare of business houses though there has been no reconciliation. campaign Friday evening with a double was deetroyed by fire at Catlettsburg Sun- Mr. O'Sullivan is still at his pott as manMcbat IIalstead is going to start a newspaper in New York city. It ratification meeting. Faneuil Hall and the day. Loss $70,000; insurance $11,000. aging editor. Booker Iteed has it all his own way for evening paper and will Temple were crowded to hear the speakers. Three persona were caught and killul by a t will be a A scheme is on foot iu Cincinnati to falling wall and a number of others serious- mayor up to this date. Tho oppoaitirn last during the campaign. Murat is the most disgusting partisan of the day and his orginiz a company with SI, 000,000 capital ly injured. The killed are all negroes threatens to bring out John G. Baxter. Judge Hargix has npjarely settled down new enterprise will no doubt re ok with to complete the railroad tunnel under David Kenner, of Williamsburg, is misdng. slime and filth. Perhaps his wicked part- Walnut Hill, work on which was begun The Louisville & Nashville's statement to tho practice of the law with Mr. Isaac for the fiscal year ending June 30 ia as fol- Palmer Caldwell, under the most favorable ner, Deacon Richard Smith, was averse to 30 years ago. auspices. They had a fine clientage clinchFour Textns, Sam Faulkner and Hen-r- y lows: Gross earnings 1883 and 1SS1, being made the recepticle of eucli. his paper ed before they formed the partnership and Allen on one side and two Woodall Tho hirgeat stock evor in Stanford mid tho bwt to ho found in matter, hence the move The losses on the 1852 and 1833, $13,235,910, Oautrnl Kennew concern are to be made good by tho brothers on thp other, while en route to a Operating expenses they are said to already havo something $1,115,197. tucky, omhraciug nhout txtenty live dilJeront styles lrom tho leading manu-fncturecamp meeting near Fredonia, settled an old 1833 and 1SS1 $8,823,783; 1882 and 18S3, like thirty cares in the Court of Appeals, national republican committee. feud with fire arms. All of them were mor $8,009,150; increase $721,033; net earnings The Exposition will open next Saturday Foil once the Virginia Court of Appeals, tally wounded. in the United Sutos. Persona contemplating haying a vehiclo this 1883 and 1881 $5,027,310; 18S2 and 18J3 with great splendor. There will bo an im m refused as organized by Boss Mahone, Maj, W. II. Ibtts, of Glasgow, has mense improvement upon the display of Spring should select tho snrno or place thoir $5,210,707; increase $390,514 orders at once; for at this season to do hia bidding. John S. Wise, whose himself a candidate for Congresi Ben Butler says: "I do intend to stand last year. Tho county exhibit will be one only chance and that a slim one, for reall manufacturers of first-clas- s vehicles nro invariably ovor-rttin the Eleventh district, subject to the ac- by the nominations of the Greenback and of the most interesting features. with ordora election to Congress, lay in getting that tion of the democratic convention. He laboring men and the Rich as she is in agricultural resources and if tho vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will rcquiro from four to eight court to require the keeper of the rolls of served in the Legislature and was Assistant and I hope everybody will vote for me who and historical esociiUions, "O.'d Lincoln" the Legislature to strike out the weeks ta obtain it; four weeks beiug required to make, finish and Secretary of State daring a portion of the thinks that it is the best thing to do. I should spicad herpelf. dry a first which was pasted last winter term of Gov. Leslie. will give the reasons for my action which over the Governor's veto, petitioned to that Tha Wall Street Bnk went up yester- class job ready for shipment, under tho most favorable circumstance. The Kenton County Court has iesued a are controlling, Jo the public as soon as I effect, but to the surprise of all democrats( day on account of the shortage of its cashrule against Dr. Ghenault, Superintendent can have tho benefit of Mr. Cleveland's All work sold by mo will bo found to ho such as I represent thorn, unless it wai unanimously refused. The bill, it is ier, who is behind $200,000. of the Lexington Insane Asylum, requiring letter of acceptance, so that wherein I dis taid, ahuts most of the readjustee out. Prohibition gained ground at several havo been deceived mysolf, and in that event tho purchaser will bo fully him to appear in thut coilrt and show why agree with him I may do him no injustice. points in this Stato at the August elections. 27ine men contested with Mrs, Lucas, he refused to admit an Insane man named Henry Wnrd Beecher having investi Local Option was adopted in the counties Call and examine my stock aud I will do my best to ploaso wife of the jailer of Daviess couty, who was Kruee, who was sent to the asylum a few gated the slanders on Gov. Cleveland eaya: of Hopkins, Owen and Breckinridge, as you murdered while trying to protect his pris weeks ago from there. "I expect to brand the men who have pro- well asin several isolated election piecincts in stylo, quality and price. You can get na good vehicles from mo and at as oners, for the remainder of her husband' The Sun's Saratoga special say: "At mulgated them as blackmailers and liars; in other counties. reasonablo prices aa you can obtain anywhere else and get a guarantco term, but the gallant voters came to her a consultation held last night between lead- for now expect the Governor acted the I on rescue and elected her by a plurality of 313. ing Tammany chiefs, it was determined According to tho meteorological summa- them, besides part of a man in this affair. I shall take that ia worthless to you when buying away from home. ResThe insatiate desire for office springs eo that Tammany shall at the next grand the stump for him and tell the people of ry for July, compiled at the signal office eternal In the averago Kentucky's breBt council pass a formal endorsement of this country that they must elect him last month was exceptionally cool, being in pectfully, that it makes him forget both his gallantry Cleveland, to avoid the taint of baking; President. I shall enter this canvass with fact the coolest July in 13 jcars. In July, sad courtesy, Mrs. Lucas certainly men iiiememoera as inuiviuuaia will cist .. k. r...(l..iatm cnmnil nnlv In that with 1871, the average ternperaturo was 74; lnt U month it was 71 J their votes fcr Butler " whtcS I entered the war." ' 3tmi- - mmm llllllM.k' SW. ' fttsaffitffc IK ITJI m3eie5t --JN- W "rugs, nna Station Vsi aT!v'! .- ll.'ll'm W. 81. HIGGI !, four-scor- rates 1 , WALL TRIMMED &R EA0 TO PUT ON, OTcBLOBESRTS cS STAGES KLOCK, KTANFOKD, B. E. WEARE3E UNDERTAKER, life-lon- g Iealci- in j i,.i.. ... bs """" W. IS. TMYLOR, FIELD '-KIT GRAIN I- THRESHER. -- ., "".:;. .,'!. ".""." """"'"'I. . . - Vr73K TmLl su u.CtiV 'ft 'I A .& .. ii ft S? battle-ground- o ,i. " U' ':" .",'"'', -Vl o"r Ii ii 'T'" rrll uliTJj (l, "' ill-fa- Ooe-hal- one-cen- Jersey and Open Sprang Wagons, Village Carts, dec. Buggies, Phaetons, Sur- reys5 Carriages, ra n dueerv-rd'thooffi:- e. STANFORD. EY. YT?- imiiiuiiumiiBiaiiinii ckli w wiw i nun-pic- Scmt-Sf- it her liouin at Somerset after a brief vUlt to Toe eyanellstio work under the Tin: Irvine Killed will iv h Milltnry y of the Sutilhern I'rcsbyteiian Cliiiroh this plaoe. Miss Si ruby has returned lo Hop ut their rtnnory In Itiiiiinoml, nilit, 13th, to which we acknowl- in ICen'ucky, was never in wore prosperous Louisville. Misses Ida and May Adams The evangelists are meeting are visiting at Allamont. Mr. J. L. Whitecondition. invitMlion. August 12, 1881 edge Stanford, Ky., with most gratifyinic success whever they head, of Williamsburg, is spending a few Juht KEceiVKli a lull lino of Queens lio. days at tills place. Misaes Itosa and Vir- ware ana iilRssworn which we win sen gie lUppert have returned frcm a visit to LAND. STOCK AND CROP l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. very cheap. Ct.ll nnil examine our stock. Mr. and Mrs. relatives in Pennsylvania. A yearling steer and fat oow for sale Willis AiUms, of l'siut Lick, are at Capt. .......12 4 P.M. B. 8. Myers & Co. Hall train grim: KuHli. 1 sn r. a. tauth. Jack Adaun. Misa Emma Livingston, of HiPfMflmlii" Koutli., Ill AM. Somb miscreant, who will yet no doubt H. E Harrow, Stinford. X 96 A M " Korh.. " Jay-Ey- e See tnado a mile in 2:10J at Orlando Florida, ia visiting Miss L. M. in the penitentiary, lo the State service The above l mleuUted on nuudard time. Solar Hiillslo, failing to lower his record. Bur- Mvors at Pleasant Vallev. Miss shot through two windows In the Hipiist (Imp I .itmut 20 uilniiiM falr August wheat sold at Chicago Satur- delta Hay Jones, of Louisville, is at Mr. church one night last week. day at 78; September at 79 and October at J. J. Williams. Cipt. W. II. Spradlin, of LOCAL NOTICES. "IlLAiNE'ri -- 0 Years in Congress" for 801. Gallatin, Term., is at Judge J. M. FisbV. lttn Paint of Penn & McAUxter. Wheit is lower in England on the nv- - Mr. Helen Brooks, of Paris, id spending a Agents s lie by It. C. Hick-- , Somerset. Luiikk'ATINu oils of all kinds ut Penny wanted to canvass Lincoln oounty, to whom erartM of 1SS1 than it has been in 101 few days at her father's. Miss Lou Joplin & MoAllnter's. yenrs. 10 per cent profit on Hales. returned with her. Dr. J. W Grant, of Hr.AixjrAiiTKiis fortchool books at Mc I will give A Washington telegram states that the Lancaster, is stopping at the Joplin House. Itohert) t"eKlaRV. Dn. M. L, Houiink has rented the store Agricultural Department's o'titnato of the Mir. Eliza Thoionion is visiting in Garrard Hiian.i new slook of every thlnj; in the room now occupied by D. Klaus and will wheat crop for this year is Hbout oounty. jewelry line at l'eiiny A McAllster's. soon open n r.ew drug store. Mr KIhssIihs Squire A. J. Pike nnd others killed a NnwsKades of remly uiliixl paints for rented the iUughman building edjidnlng. turing Irs Jo at MoUobcrli a Htsg'"large black boar last Thursday rear Pine Reports to the National Cotton ExWatch es, Clocks and Jewelry repaired Diei, Augu H 8,1 miles eist of lice change, New Orleans, from the cotton belt, Hill. The bear was first seen by a lady and warranted by Penny & McAlietcr. Lick, after sevenl week1 painful Mines, show an improvement in the crop in July who was going home from Pine Hill depot. Tur. best .Soda Water in the cit at Pen10 per cent , bringing it up to 67 It stopped, sat down on its haunches, viewny .V MoAlisierV; made with pure rock MIm Mary Holman,dauxhter of Dmiel and of about ed the lady for a few moments and passed Iletlie Holman, in the 10th year of her age, per cent. candy syrup and lltvored with purest fruit m The J.YyiVer uports sales of 13,000 on into the woods In the direction of Sotn-ire- t. juices. Lancaktkii The young ladies of the bushel, of wheat in Madison at 76:. The Of course the lady .. scared very PERSONAL. Presbyterian church will give an enter sime paper leporln sales of i yearling bsdly and did not know what to do for a City Hall on next Thurs inults at Drt J. IJ. Owsi.kv went to Louisville tainment at the $75;50head of fst 1,560 pounds while. She soon recovered, weut bsck to day evening, 1 ith inst., for the btuefit of cattle at tic; milk cows at to ?G0 and 00 I'lte Hill and told that she bad seen a yesterday. cents. Mu. J. L. liosluy went up to Livings- their Sibbath sohoo!. All are invited and hogs at beir in the read about half way up Pine expected. Ben Campbell hat just delivered 41 2 Hill. This information was eoon given to ton, yesterday. -- All) Li'i.A IIowman, of Loulxville, is Kkwaiid A great msny insulators on year old cittle bought in this county, to a A.J. Pike who saddled Ii'b horrc, took vioitini; Mrs. Ft. K. Weareu. the Stanford & Ilustonvillo Telephone line party in Fayette oounty. They weighed his gun and dog ar.d was soon at the place - Mim M.vuv McKmoY, of Lebanon, is are broken by thoughtless hoys or delgtiing from 1,000 to 1 200 pounds, and the price when-thbear had been teen The dogs visiting Mrs I..1'. Mo Kirov-took the scent and trailed for some time scamp. There is a heavy jx unity fcrsueh paid rengtd from lj to 5c. - THirrc-d'huiMm 1ia Piir.wirr returned with Mlm an ntlriise and the President of the compaDemocrat. and finally started him up and then the Lucy Tste and is now her guest. The ipiick profits on sheep raising i fun commenced. They ran it for about ny will pay $10 for Information that will Mu. John Mctcai.1', of Nicholas-vill- lead to the arret and conviction of any siiown by the following frjm the Carlisle three hours before it would take a tree. It is with Mrs. K. M. Curiwnter. Jerewy: In April Inst Dr. C. W. Mathers at Itsfi went up a large white oak, after it such offender. Caldwell's sale, had run all over th Houndstoue hills and and Mrs Mat Pril.bl.NoTiiUUMONi) Mj. Xsnia, bough! ''1 head cf sheep at Tub young people of the Kate l'udderar arc on the sick lUl. payirg for same $850. I'rom them he sold had crossed Houndstone creek and cone (livens1 church and Willow Orovo neigh$12(5 worth of wool, $211 99 worth ofhmln back an the head cf Piney branch. By Mil J. IJ Kva.v, lute of Kustonville, borhood enjoyed a delightful social at the writes us toehai)e his per to Clinrleeton and has all the origins! flock except one, thi time there were about 15 men in the risldencoof Mr. Albert Gallatin Talbott and that died, and nine lambs that he re chae, armed with slnt guns, rilles, musW. Vs. Smith on the evening of the Oth inst Mil Katk P. Cavi:, of Ix)u5kv1Uo, is tained. kets, pistols, clubs mid every otber article Nearly one hundred were present aud in vtslliiig her parent, Mr. ami Mrs. T. B. of warfare known to the civilized world. the crowd was quite a number of visltirg DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Parsons. Pike fired his double barrel un loaded young ladies from a distance. The excelThe Harry Webbt-- r troupe, after a Mrs. Mauy Dum.s and hur daughter, with buckshot into him and he fell to the lent manner in which everybody ws enMl Annie, of nights here, ground, but quickly jumped up and ran are visiting Mis. engsgiment of tertained made il an evening of genuine Jar. Patton. left Monday for Stanford. off in the direction of Hiundstone again. enjoyment. Mr. Smith is a wealthy youig A bop given by the youog men of the The dogs pres-eMu JamfxW. Ilorrr.ii, of the I.tlu-no- n him so close that he took bachelor, but Madam Humor says his days Sinnh:til, psstnl up Saturday to Crah town Thursday night t the Opera Houre another tree, when 0 or 8 shots were fired of single blessednesa are numbered. Orchard .""prints. was well attended. into him and he fell to the ground and was to TiMlmg stranger-Mms Lavinia MomooMZRY has gone The Stanford iiae 11.11 Club is in hidi Tne dancing continued until daylight Fri- soon killed. The besr's meat was divided to ltlchmonil to live, much to the regret feather; they have beat somebody at laot. day morning. into 12 parts in order that they all might of her friends Kiberttnn A Kinnaird, dry goods tuer siy that they had eaten bear meat. Pike The Williamaburgs, learning that they Mux. Tavwii, who has ben with her weie in bid luck this year, grew audacious chants. anl II. W. Evans, druggist, have got the hide for which he was offered $5. daughter, Mrs. Will Craig, during her long and challenged them and yesterday after- had their show windows decora'cJ with Something had been killing geese and their names in those while porcelain letters chicken in that neighborhood for some noon the ooutest was hail. It was an sickness, left Sslurday fur Carlisle. Mus Hoiiana., Mrs. Warren Clayton and exciting one and ended 17 to so fashionable in the larger cities. time but no one suspected bruin. and daughter, Miss Millie, of Georgetown, 21 in favor of Stanford. A very large crowd Mr. Win. I. McKee will leave to dav To The Voters of Lincoln Count. are viniting Mr S H King and family. witnessed the game and enjoyvd it greatly for Orlanda, Florida with the expectation I take this method of thanking you for Mils V. J MuMkri.y returned with Harry Webber's tine s liin ! wis ia at of making that place his home. Mr. Wni large and complimentary vote given Mrs, Maggie Millard to Kansas yesterday trndauce and furnished some splendid King left Monday for Stanfoid where l.e the me in the recent election for Sherifl. Durwhere she will viIt friends for several music. The Stanford lots will give tlicm will begin the erection of a brick house lor ing the time tnat I have served in that caweeks another chance on their own grounds at Mr. John Hughe. I endeavored to perform the I)k H M Welch acd wife, of Gal Williamsburg on the 'J.d. Tho. Hritton, an employee of the pacity have tfiice faithfully and impartialduties of the returning from Warm planing mill, died of flux at Junction vet.'n, Tun largi-s- t and nice I audience that we City Saturday night. Also an elderly ldy ly and I assure you that 1 appreciate the Hprirg. N. C, arrived at Col. W. (J. have seen in mny adiy witnessed the exendnrrement of my oCiuial conduct that Welch's, Sunday. who.' name votir correspondent could not cellent ortraya! of that pleaing melo-drai- n have given. Assuring you that I shall -- Mb ami Mais boL Lupainhky and ascertain the rnothrr in law of Mr. Payne, yen ss I have in ihe past, endeav "Die Lancashire L.ss," at the the ex agent. Mr. i, Mr. J. T. HoHtrn ami Min Flora Curd, of Luther Scan Ian is dan- in the future, Opera Houe last night, tir the ever welor to mike vpu a faithful She rifT. I remain Williainlnir4', gerously ill of the same disease at the same witnHri the ilefta". of come Harry Webber and Company. Harry tratefully, J N Menkkee. Sherifl. tljeir thu favoritos. city. Mr. Prelon Sexton, of the same yours himself wbi in excellent trim mid as the plnre, ahot and wounded several wcks ago, Mis Limr Montoomfky, of Marion, "Party by the name of Johuon" was ever SKW ADW:KriNKJU.MS. Ml Srnr J Yeager, f Boyle, and Mbs ii now able to walk aboti. town. at hand to reward virtue nod thwsrt evil Hue Si Minor sold last Friday to J. K Uoihrwcxxl, o! Ijouirville, arc Minnie intentions. He is one of the very best Washington, of New Mexico, a fine pair of thegtiestn of Miset Ithoda sad Kate II.il. FJ2E3SJ com median on the stage and a genial, good Mi-- i Pmmrxok EtTiv, wh has bruti biy gehliritu by Black's Hatiibb tnnian, for UIMiAL-liThe ooiuiuny has keen frllow withal. tin- - guet of Mrs. John M. Philips MVeml H. C Mock sold same day rt year SLoOs' flaassw REUJSBLE SELF-CUR- E M'rrrirfthened both in numbers and ability s returned lwme )lerday, Itev. J ling Messenger Chief colt to limner, of A MvorlP iiresrrlptliin of one of tbi sptcial nd seyersl of them deierve in tlnlliiu. M it ore arctuninyiti; her. New York, price unknown. Same partv ' nit imtcit nr'li"! n fnlt-j-l liriu.ri't lArrroumltebiUtv, in prslsst, but the jwrf unmnfe did not ch ie .TTnnioof, HeaknrNHimMircav. ?nt year-- 1 W XiwutiK, wlitor of the old to Mr. Wall, of Kuseellvillc, a Mk If I.nKt Id) luiiildineli)ei"r".l'riii:slsticantllllt. midnight and we luve not spice now Williamsburg, TTmrj and his wife, were up till ling Hienxi colt, llruce & Harlan bought ' Address OR. WARD & CO., Louitiana, Mo. orelit-slrwas The work. of the excellent mamii hiiiiiiihimiii t see the game of bill. Friday from James Kiley a sorrel gelding Mr. N. imprewsed highly complimented and th whole ! for $125 wid a lay gelding from Gentry us tory favor Mr and we were muoh Mr. Webwas greatly crjoyed ed to form hi acqnainunoe. Hro , for $U5. Hue & Minor have divided ber was highly plewed with his Iihuc': me Tin: Williauisburg nine that fhyed their stable, Mr Idle goieg to the Rich u College ThrceCulle ki - r . I. reception and a.ks us to return Sim grate inoiiil t h. wuli u . the 8 aulords Fair ami Mr. Minor to the Liberty or Art t . r, wer L D Pen- .. n offline t c frlU twel.tfpmf. ful Hunks In the audience. munthk fulliLTrol Ihv llllili. n. tuit r bludtnlt ham, llrt Thorn, L Shumate, C SanlWt), Fair jllrir I tl f tliecUw Ithr Uik of Am !ii. T. J Curd, W. W. Converse, W.S. Klkiiuj, MARRIAGES. M T. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ! Il f( ii.lffrol lb Ht Arti lo Ihe .4.. SciUOR nitnt I r the Second M n tv in .pt.-- ivr . aJUftit i i Win. Lamhurg, (). M Allen and Joe Webi Ihf Vnirefiity. cr (III. I. (HI- - 1.0 OS l'rr A widow of 50 elod with a youth of Managed by J no. B. Fish. HOIlr. (iltMIA.M.l'r .iluMrl ttliellible. ber. (isorgia and married him. Mr. Will Tribble will begin his rchool Mi4tSrniK Williams went to Lincoln 'I'l in Win. Henry Hnrlberl, formerly editor at this place to day county this week nn a visit to friend. "Wo of the Xew York H'orW, was married Sit- Adam Cition shipped to diy, one carshe is a specimen are aim wt nfrn'u! to urdav to Mian Katharine l'arker Tracy at load of fat cattle to the Cincinnati maiket. c,f Illldiu ounty hfsnty, for fesr thu Lin-- c of September, Without r.iin in the next few days On Hie 1st Chade Parish church in Yorkshire, In conntv lny will he coming down I era St. Wo th undent".""-- wt ' ell to tlie hlRhist bld-Kngland. corn crepj will be n failure in this county, ATT U III t at Iuun. th MI 1.1. A.S t I after nil our pretty girls. IJIibelhtown The republicans carried this county vlllf, on Uone('rek 1 lis m!b will 10 male on Mis Jerusha McAfee, daughter of Mrs News Mi's Willisu a h the guest of Mrs. ilir- -i en II tlitlreJ uy The majorities of last Mon a erllt lon or still moro liberil If npcessary McAfee, was married Sunday n Mi as usual. ttie purctitscr, L V IliiU'innn mil we are confident tie Ch'n. '11 n Kil wlieit anil corn TlismlllisiOHiint UeorgeW. CiooOncli, ol .Miciugitn. iU hi day are linker, sheritl 25'J; Lovell, County ...... .Ii. vtina olmiit S liMtlh!l In th-- fr. Ut'UI' bays will in n thin like il e sample tt n Jerusha is a ttirring, buins wou an and Superintendent, 20.'t; Holt, Judge Court of o.VW MILL. MlililleJ u. t tlin enl of tlie pile U.eof l!i iur. i't oln le.vliiik' fro'U Appeals 15S. will make a good wife. LOCAL MATTERS. litilin lu thn mill ta Kenturk y. 0 1113 m.l "n:-ln- a will us l.iy f'l ' mil tho jiril9rtifl",i"H' The first home grown water melons There wai sonic surprise Friday mornTiik weather looks and feels like fall ing when the news was whispered over the are make their appearance in our streets. ro.ltlv.ml. tAHVAt ;t.ItlAjIS. Haiti i again badly needed. ?;s-t- . .TAVf.fi C. WlI.t.iAMS. wires from Lancaster that the Uhin Mr. The dry wetlher has causad this crop to br and the pretty Miss Lizzie very short. The mellons are small but sell Will llV Tun Somerset JUpuhlitun will accr pt our lieszley, daughter of Mr. Allen lleazley, fcr a high price. thanks for n neatly turned compliment. The K. C. Itailroitd ia now running one had just lit.vn united for life by Hev. J. It. Joi:, a little son of Mr. S. J. Kmbry, fell Peeples. Thoy had been "courting" for pissonger train each way daily. There is liAvinc letermlniHl to change inr liuilnws, I Mtll. .liuated on from n horo a few days ajo and broke his some time, but nobody knew thu climax also considerable freight being carried over oiKr klor Mle (prltstely) iuy baw Kr. Tlia tnnluo 11.... c.ii. I.. 1 u.i 8li huRlns IOxW: Ixjun-te- r bone. collar They have one of tho be6t IsaUlloajry; HollHr was to near or that matters had progressed said road. bbalt 3l leet. KIln Sawn ana Orlit snil The property U arrested so far. We sincerely hope that neither will roid beds in the State. Stkvk Hiio.viiDUP, oolored, was but ro G07. Jas. 11. McCroary, Judge SI J. Oootl Itimniux Order. and onfined in jail ymterday for carrying ever have cause to rsgret tho action In member with growing affection tho bright Durham and Hon. Pnil B. Thompson, Jr , Tlralier plenty and scceMlble. I woyjd be willing concealed weapons, will address the citizens of this county :it to exchange lor good fsrui stock, luch a Mules, morning that riw them united. Ac. (ioi.i)K.N 1'atbnt Fi.ouii is giving epien-dis next Wednesday. Speak- Hones Cuttle, the courl-houI'eraona wlahtnj to engai-- e In tho lumber RELIGIOUS. satisfaction, Uio It if you want the will find a gjod opiniiiK by "I'WytnK " ing to commence promptly nt 1 o'clock p. HUGH I.Off.lAf best bread. Sold only by T. It. Walton. Uuitonvllle, Ky. 2W-l- f Dr. J. W. Cos preached nt Crab Or- M., commenced Monday. Circuit Court and chard Sunday. It was his first visit there Tm: Richmond Fair begins The docket is light and his honor, Judge promises to be ttnusuallv attractive. The since 1812. M. II. Owaley, will eoon dispose of the The Kentucky State Sunday-Schoo- l to $1.35 fcr K.C. has put down-ticke- ts all our citir.cns who Union will meet in Richmond on Tusday, business of this term. The court opened round trip ho that promptly at 10 o'clock. Mr. lkker and wish to spend a pleasant, profit. b'e day at Aug. 10TI5E thousand people attended the Sir. While were sworn to summon jurors Ten a very small cost can do bo. - olrcus at High Uridge Sunday to hear tho and they returned the following list as Judge J. M. Philips great temperance lecturer, Francis Murphy. members of the Grand Jury: John SI. SlTEItlNTENDENT. has resigned tho balance of his term as comRevs. W. IJ. Godby and Louis Myson Fish, foreman, John Otvens, John SI. missioner of scIiodIs and Ilav. J. A. Uogle lieimer assist itev. W. C. Grinetead in IJrown, C.W. Ping, Albert Albright, Jaa. F. in for n Lively Summer Ho will has qualified in superintendent. Trade. Ilutner, Lewis SIcGuire, Isaac Ilerrin, a protracted meeting this week in have his office witli Judge Drown and will David Pitman. C. W. Adams, Slason Ill) line ofgoodi, In vrr variety ususlly found House of the klud, U appoint office days nczt week. to a nnt-cla- u The South District Asjociation will Roberts, T. G. Taylor, Isaac Phillips, Win. laige and complete. meot nt the Ihptlsl Church nt Ilustonville McNcw, Robert Li.crs, F. SI. Curtis, who That "anlmlle' nl Iluslonvllle Tuesday nnd roinnin in session three were sworn nnd instructed by his honor in Judioioua Alterations in the Internal Ar lo display bis kicking qualities and next rangements beoure noom uomion. Itev. P. T. Hale, of Danville, will his usual impressive madncr. Tho followstill without cause. Of course we hnve'nt days. and Better Display. ing are tho vWting attorneys lo this date introductory sermon. preach the the files, but our recollection which is rareParticular attention ia called to are arranging with Cammonwealths Attorney R. C. Wurren, The Bunday-achooly ut fault, Biipported.by that of others, Is 1 SI. Rurdett nnd W. Stanford; Col's. Sam tho bible societies to see that by Ootober Elegant Addition to the that Thursday's nwnrda of tho HusUnville Sunday-Schoshall O. Rradley, Lancaster; WillRepperl, Liber- A Lnrfjfc and published in the Adrotate till overy member of every Fair were not Stock of Jewelry, n bible. Tho total number of lllblos ty. Friday, n week after, last year. The files own And article! 0 rertu. Sli"s Lula R'chardson I119 nturn-s- i to huiowneJ will bs 11,000 000. uhccciii settle the uvitter. nltrioronriral Wed-nenU- I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the "best in the market r which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley 186,000,-OOOhu-hfls. CURRAN, -- - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - ii GROCER! -- AND 1 .TORR ERS OF e FLU M MEAL. e, WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- - WAGONS, BUGGIES A3I CARRIAGES, sue-cesf- ul d , And Farming Implements ot all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - HXosi 1J,-a- Complete Iiine Hardware and Queens-war- e -- Tni, IN THE CITY.- - We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, Patronage. And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your 1,,- -e rrmm M wr'-ir.i- FREE! '' BRIGHT I &, CURRAN. outer-tainme- nt ' i KENTUCKY .1 ' !Si. I C .ll.i-to- fVIAUiiVAII i n GROCER, ALWAYS ON HAND FULT.. STOCK OF n luy Saw Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, lt Tin- -, Glas- s- and Queens-warTobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. MillFor Sale! e, -- toiil VERY- LOWP d se bus!-iim- And to Prompt Paying KS im FOR GASH, Short-tim- e goods sold on long time. -- Customers. No IICCGIST, KY., HUSTONVILI.E, eh!. USE- tO& ) m, )11, For wile only by T. K. WAIiTOX. THY Matlc from the best Minnesota Wlieiif. Lsn-caste- -- con-limi- Ne Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST BOASTED RIO, ls j3s - G-oo- d s .Lifto-ULOlS-les- . For kuIo only by T. R. 1VA7TON. V , A Brief Sermon On Cranks. Ml iii ma aV'Tijj.l!-- ! JSJII lnrit j Cleveland's Loves. AlltoJ IB afThe BurliiKtnn JTuvh'e publishes a 31V! M. EVKDUTT, ! W. BWK. Gov. Cleveland Ins had miny lo7e bn sjuiethnes in .ont-:.13UJKUBTT ft BIIOWN, fairs, but not so much as a hsnhelor of his great deal of ay n stitw indisputable fact. and s .cinlly, would be its amudn j.'V Of Kpiiturfcy t'nlsrrlty, T.nilugtnn, Ky. August 12, 1884 weight, politicly His love affitrs lave all The following is from a recent iue: HlH.lmli ran t,u ,nt r.k .la; In Iti J"r .4 aaralfen , Ky., Stanford. MT. VKUSOS, KY. atMtit ID TWnt td tomi!ft lh expected to have. I'all IMplema ItaftiarM lVur AftratATnUir.! InflirtlncTulllnii, MM of lloii ant . What would we do were it not for the LOUISVILiitT & NAShVl'LLE R.R.ly and it is said by In famllr. til. T,l'rfT t Ct. boeti of tho platonic kind ilallj l.ll'f afliter Vl . frcr old world ALEX. ANDEKUOJf, l.alln rrr.lfol M iuow.hll unitum -"T1 KJ!'.jurnHnn TI Mlal, In I IK la.t jfaf from II I Ojr.fc has been Incapible of cranks? How slowly the tired his friends that he Rules of the Postoffice Department. ATTOUNJ3V JJl'X" XeA.AV, pal emirtva traehrra anl lmlf!M hi t'ntvtr.ltr ' alru'ttonla itrartlrillv an,l InSUIinallr THE OREAT the crsnks keep it Men. falling deeply enough in love lo pripo to would moe, did not fr DANVILLE, KY., for 2 cent. Prll A pilr of ouiona will go )lvkiaiwIMtiilliraUial'. ThU tin l nalr Columbus was a crank on Wilt practice In the Courts of Boyle aud adjotnlnj rrll bfaJlhflon anl MT anl la in la.lnt flalimali, any gitl since he became a liwjer in 1859 rushing along! PnllJItHisH Sffln5r la Int rlrrnlar.ant fullinrtlulara, Old nmld, feather bed and Inlhted discovery and cir- eountlea unit In the Court of Appoali fclJrrailulWlrDI,VII.IIl:U II. HJIITII. Ullaal... k,. When ho aj just able to support bimselt tbe subject of Aucritan are uutuailable. at last he met thefate any of tho ho bjcima etnmored at a beuiMfiil yotinir. cumnavigation, and J. II. FIHII,XjiMV. When you cnclooe money to A.I crank', as thrown into prison, Ad Mai'.er t ornoy Itockcaslle Circuit Cour. At woman, who was a relfttive of tho late of most Cuuitulsiloncr j pariici on the official lint of fraud?, plea GreatMT. VKHNON, KY. was not dis- and died in poverty and disgrace Judge Verplanck. The girl say a little prayer. Will practice In tbn Hockcaitle Courts. CollecTelemachus, 13flJ tions a peclnlty. Office In mat- posed to look favorably on his suit and this ly venerated now! Oh, yes, Bibiei can not be neat ai third-clamost profound-l- y THE INTERIOR JOURNAL bjttlei and mpkinn made him love her the rnre She was we usually etecm a crank ter provided suckini? IiEB V. UUPFMAN.'jr aftet we starve him to death. Harvey as rv And tho lulTllle quite i flirt and delighted to tantaliz him accompany them. is is 8TANKOIID, KY. tbe subject of the circulaJnhn Smith eeU h'n unit at G7 1,279 by permitting other young men to escort was a crank on Offlcc 6outh Mil Main tit rut, two doors abort was an astronomCourier- theMyera Hotel; nrv,lofliei.hen:e a letter directed lo John" her home from the old Eigte Street The-tre- , tion cf the blood; Galileo reical crank; Fultou was a crank on the sub- PuraNltrou Oxide Ua administered when One year for only tj.l-tptneri for lltll quired. Without Change andwilh Speed Unrivalei which was then the only place of Smith, Unite 1 States will retch him. more than tbe price of one. lick their own amusement ol any account in the city. ject of steam ntvigaiion; Morfc tvas a tele Peraom are compelled to "W. J). PENNY, DB. SHORTEST 'AND QUICKEST ROUTE All tbe old abolitionists Hr paying us 51 you will receive for one year postage stamps and eavelopw; the poatm. The girl was compiMttrely wealthy and graph ennk. DoutlHt. raoia i)t;isviLL to tub new weie the your home pper with tho crank; The Pilgrim STAHKOIID, KENTUCKY. looked down on Grover, who was a poor were tcr can not be compelled to do this . repfmeniatlt e newspaper of the .South, democratLylU's itore. OiHco hour ic and for a larllf for retenueonly, and lli bet. Snow are lawyer. After a while she got to think- cranks; John Bunyan was a crank; any man orer llobt. Otfiee Toems on Spring and Bamttful aa you do, my son, is a frooi S U W A. u, sad 1 to S r. si. Aneilhe ties ad hrUhteit and ableit family weekly In the United Dime who deilre to eiamlne a iitnple Ktalra. inlnitrnl wn nro'rT. rieidly excluded from the mails. This ing fondly of him and it is stld that they who doen't think by the man you dedo hiat Ihli olflce. copy of the PULLMAN CARS htn she was crank. And by and b joyful news to the edttora of this were engaged to be married, 'Sasw. will Little HorW, .Montromtry AllaiiU, aTannab, spise will have his name in every man's land. taken ill with a fever and died Cleveland Jackaonflll, Jloblfe.aBd NewOfltan. iwafojJiih, pum ciniphor, completed monument to Girlie, onions, ! did not recover from the shock for several mouth, and a half a dozen SwiUsr, Limbjrgsranlaapsiso neat thro' BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA a bailor's his memory criiniblinc down in months, and though he has In Talace Car Without (.'bang outside of your native I wlil dellrer Ice to rrsulsr cuitomrrs erery mom-lo- g ThU notice forewarns hunters, fliheriueo and the mails should be left opsn at the end. liking for pretty women, his friends say cities, while nobody st t rniii l not to tr.inon our Inula without Eggs are not mttiable unless they are village will know that you ever lived. that he will never mi ry One lady beai all toch acts are POUND- - to thi full extenlof the law liable to be prof rculed SHORT LINE TO THE EAST From I.oolalll In Palace Cara without change fresh; and should their Income chickens in Deal gently vith the crank, my boy. Of ONE CENT the came so infatuated wilh him that she pro Sianlonl. crankier than othtransit, they become the properly of Acount) duo at the close ol etch month or when I). McKlttrickKr March 17th. 1MI. . fSlrne.1 are FMIHRANTQ 3lnBiomtonlh posed to hm. He reiected her advances course some cranks tiui.t w. .Mcvormact, c iiinur ii i In. A, Y. Carenter, LllllUnHr) I O line ot thl. read will postoffice depirtment. slow to sneer at a It. B. ItAlMOlV. II T lluth, receive rccli low rate. and it is slid thtt she bicaaie crozy And u ers, but do you be very j. maiiop, V. Ileld, are sent tnrougn me mans See Aeeoli ol title tompany for rales, routes "When watches man becauie he knows only cr.e thing and UtI Hubble, ll. Uobb, e now conGned in aa asylum. c. P. MM0R, G. P. i. T, A. V. I). HhwlM, Ac. or will lllifiilm Kelly. if the sender will put a notice on the W. C. McCoriuick, A J V tlofer. tells a roman- you can't understand him. A crankf II. ii. '" Loulaville, Ky. A friend of the Governor M. II t.Ttlo, the postmss'.era will wind up and keep (I. U Carter turns something, & is a thing that tic story of how a lady living near Pough-keepsi- e J. V. Wtalhrrlord, T. J. Hill, in running order. Win. llurton, l Vnoy, engaged in a correspondence wilh it makes the wheel go round, it insures J. N. Murehy, (stdlncsnd hplnnliiK J. A I'nriK V.'e Spring chickens that are old enough to progrtss, True, it turns the same wheel all and are runtilnj our mill fur nu I ifiit by etpreu '. W. Carter, J. M. Hill. the Governor since he was elected major Wool rlolnmc-'- t work. ehe, to i sandrfturufdiiiiiB war, pack grr-aJ. II. McAlltter, vote, when sent by nis.il, should be enclosed and aecure-l- y Kd. Carter, feeling had sprung up the time, and it can't do anything tint a tender T. J. Kotter, J. 1. Jour, wfclle nils, l.umllea. n iron bound boxes to sive their tender between them They have met but four but that's wb.v keeps the fthip going ahead. n.. IniiitxHl, 10 ctCardlPKjwund when itrr-- !., Iilack T. M. While, x:.iTiiiv i. a J. H MonUomrrr I , r it Mr.ymJ. J. Moberfy, bodies from injury. .' tents Bbded when wo furulih It. ttai on II. K. Marcum, versatilThe thing thit goes in for a W. Anion M. T. HtiKell, Five Hundred Dollar In Hold at the (Inrirnil rour &A aodgUe tia trial. Nitroglycerine and dynamite must be times; once when Cleveland was sheritl, A 1'. Newtand, H.J Hani. ity, that changes its position a hundred I.tlll(iii in IhSi, the hUhiet award rier gir f . ir. II .1 TSOX . .so.v, Ky r. W (llem. A.i: Newland. of sender. If they should few years later at Saratoga, afler Cleveland jTu.lai tllchellmrit. forwarded at risk loan Kntliif' The hlghrat award at the k nil. mi is tbe tsrl once eince he has times a day, tha: is no craak; that Kr In iM, for the f.xKlllin. blow up in the postmaster's hands he cau was elected mayor and e Tiarllon and llotd l.aijtlur I'aritr detim.gfrX my son. What? You l been Governor. This friend eaid thit it weather vane, Nit Knglnei, feparalor nd Hw ilU will t not be held reponsible. Ml'lllt.iY'N Hl'Kririf. ! TraJrM.rt. ! Utf thank heaven you are not a ! lady would be Or IIOCKKIt A ANHKIt-O.The Postmaster General has perfected an was quite likely that the crank? Don'i do that, my son. May be The (Jrcnt Kngllsh Ilcincdy, IM Kail Main M.. I i.ulmllr Ky arrangement by which letters without post- married by Cleveland if elected President, IC. KI.WAIICI) be a crank if you would grace the White Hcue you couldn't la a poaltlrocnre for Wesk MemoA PRI7P feeidslcriil tr ..uVe and ..e r age will be immediately forwarded to the and that she would and when it Keols treat uletyfor the xipleofhl f itr ry, Imm of llraln i'ower, Nerfoua !. w 1,1, parlors at his reception. The lady is de- Heaven is not very particular Lint in eouciy and promltea lu do Ihfl fair tiling dead letter office. Kxhauitlon, 8etulnal Weaknw, will helpall, ofeith-i- mi. t.i n ih'ih- -t ft ,i wants a wtathervam; almost any man will for Ihrm If they will lntiire with him In either away than anything elw, lnlhtw..rd charming brunette, of lmlency. and Oenetal When letters are received bearing no di- scribed as being a Thi lindon .V Lasraililre Imutaiice Co., of 1'uwrrol the (leoerallT ( rgtni, "in me wuriera Miutilr auro At iri e ij do for that. Bat when it wsnts a crank, my Liveriw.l. .n.f .11 illaaaaA that folltiw na k a loiUverpiol, asaela IN.IMT.liI, or dreTai K .1 Co . Auguila, Miino Ml are li.WJ.WM, or rection the parties for whom thoy are in- about 35 yeirs old, with pleising mincers The Kns. ul very csrefullv for the Usiore laalnga qurnce ol youtluul iniprudenr oi boy, it looks about The Lamathlre, of Manelteeler, set orer 16,- - the rxrtviol maturrd tended will please signify the fact to the and considerable property. iurh Hr. in toe Tr.l. Mnrlr. best man in thf 'ommunity. liefore you 0V0,00. Inltrraal Ijultule, raint'trma-lur- e may nt once forward. postmaster, that he r The Coroner's Verdict. J.iy ex- l fay M lontr Ur U.a, lUi.inrM of Mtloti, thank heaven that you are not n crank, Old AKe.and many otter rile-(- -. Batter and lard ara mailable only in the -- ml .op what is The Memphis Avalanche ssys Tennevee- - ...: ...If ' "" " ' 1' untr.iiMlfUM) Jjfl tim. that lend lo Inunllr r summer months. Wrap them in tissue pa- ans are in the habit of coming to their In all raeof Kemle & the greit dncicncy that debars you from ft Hk !( a Wtakneu the !pectfl the butler must per, open at both onds; by the following ciue, ace "ir. ling to such an election. death charm, reatoutu low or fadlu jo or. Klrl'if to tho ejo a brilliant have all the hair combed out of it. Chicago the written verdicts of Teunesiae cironer' itvl aiiarklln lieautr. to the cbeekaTlS How to Hare e Living Wife. When you enclose a money order in a juries: blixiou of health. the After Takla j. Miirray'apecllSe l Mid by all Druna'taU at "Mho come to her death ov stranguution letter nlways write full and explicit direcIf you would have a lovim? wife, be a Tilt (I.V,I LtKi: lll'SNINii AIo by II per parkiije, or tx arkea for J and gentle in your word after as before martions in the same letter to that any person in testimony we have sit our hande wall, free, on receipt ofpnv orVull parilcuUrt lu pampblrt which will be seal the day above wroten " riage: treat her a tenderly when a matron getting the letter can draw the money. AND NIMH TIlAIN'x all Addre mslle.1 frco lo erery ap)illoa!it to the le nunufidur. fa. When candies are sent through the mails "Paul Joms cirue to his death by a mule as when a inies don't quite nuke her the BURNSIDE, H. LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO i. i: ' o.. 3ii itn.i v it is earnestly requested that both ends of running away with a wagon and ueicg maid of ail work and ask her why she looks Kanui City, Mih ."old In less tidy and neat than when "vou tiwt rjjkjct Qld the package be left open co that tbe em thrown therefrom." Woll - KllOWn DruKKl'ta Stafford by Penny A McAlUter and all trKOL.Norte ,S n, Hum Ihr K a rverrwhrre tl'lellr.Bchof I. A rrlt lu I "By taking with his own hands an over knew htr;'' don't b.iy cheap, tough betf and AaTlll a lKTIca A 0 , Wbu'rfal Aceuli, ployes of the postoffice may test its quality. Maintains Hotol Still ,h "enlat train of thn u,.,i r lo Ln M. nut t,JfO-lyr- l Uiilnllle, Ky Koule" and no through lu scold her bcaue it does not wine on the Ducks can not be sent through the mails dose of morphine." High woulddisturb (Jreeucnntlp, ( nnTfonUrlllo, l.urajcli grumble about don't when alive. Their quacking "From cttises unknown to the jury and table "porierhou-AMI anil (;iiirko nitliout cliaiiirt. nM.llin.- - h.l a if TOI! O.in nOt k(MI till a the slumbers of the clerks on the postal having no attendance." TIJIK taiii.il E thm bibv id.iv Iti Proprietor i Determined that "Came to his death from natural ciuw." cars. The rule, however, does not apply it Shall be Second to no Country V '". alter pup - in 7, At. i..-- , . hTAflto. "Said child aged 1 day old came to her (axe Illr D.ily to the "duck1 of a bonnet. u.. ni Hotel in the State in its Fare, Lie. lixjlatlllr ..... I ' p hi S Cam placing of stamps upside down on deith from spasms, said child having been smoke and cbew tbcco and thus shatter The Appointment., or AttenArr. Ilreenraatlr . . HI J Ul 1 ll iU " Crw(onlelll.. . ... tion to Comfort of letters is prohibited. Several postmasters found by the witnesses in a trunk under your nerves and spm. your temper and 1 OJ a tu a lit p is East " ChlfMQ Ijifayelt 4 their Qnoiti. Slla hi e VIo pi, have recently been seriously injured while suspicious circumstances." make your bresth a nuisance and then " n in 'Mini irvinp to stand on their heada to cancel '"The jourer on thire cmthedosay that comultin that your wife declines lo ki's Tbe mMt.llrect rente, with ,,i,. ,, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. cr. to all pulnt lu W,.uiiln. jflnm.ola I j a he came to his death by old age, as tha you; go home joyous and chserful to your ",c'rh,i?VpVr,..rro"mT.UhI1.d' stamps placed in this manner. ttiraaa, Ar lurtber lulurtuatlon. addreu to Commercial Trarelera. 'the IUr will Letter carriers are required to have pen could not see ennv else the matter." MUKKAY KKI.I.KK,(i wife and teil her tne goon news you A , The only line runnings tlwars aaiplled nlth the eholeesl know when letters J'Z UuUrill. K" "Come to his death from the following beird, acd not silently put on your hat and otratiou enough to krn Ja of U'iora aid l'lar. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS should be delivered to jealous wives; hence causes, to wit: from souse sundent cause to go out to tbe "club" o: "lode," and let her fterward- - learr that you eput the eyenins if he delivers a letter from your girl to your the jurors unknown." HI11ICKT CENTRAL I wife you can have him discharged. "From an overdose of gin administered at the opera, or at fine ball with Mrs. Dash. FCHiale QollCffe. j by his own hand." Love your wife; be patier; remember you vaoM "ilhtc-UriiM- N The divorce granted to Emma J. HarlColll(,, STA?i I'OKD, IIY. "Come to his death by tender of No. 7 are not perfec but try lo b(; let whisky, husband, Bobert Fering, IjOuIhvIIIc, CliK'luiiHtl mill Ivx rington from her I).n(l n.,,1 rnl.tr pnmnfinir fllnne: jumping the track on which he was riding, liiKtou, Kj., in Baltimore, a few days ago, ought to con- either jumping or falling off and engine your evening with your wife and live a de- - With a Fllll COfpS Of TeaCher8, vey a moral to romantic women, but it will ruin running over him, which was an accident csnt, christian life, and your wife will be not. The unromantic romance begins at This Institution will open Hi Fifteen th Beaaton Central Kentucky to All Point and no fault of the engineer ol said en- lovine and true if you did not marry a ontLo in Monday in cpteniirnext. Connecting In same depot with fast tralni lor Chastine, Me., where five years ago Miss North, Eait,Weit & Southweit. heartless beauty, without sense or worth; Harrington met and married tbe handsome gine." "From tbe htnds of some unknown per if you did, who is to blame if you suCer the BRANCHES OK A Fait Lib Iletwpru ALL TUB and wealthy Creole, Robert Fearing. There on or persons, to the jury unknown and consequence1 was nothing half so sweet as their love's THOROUGH ENCLI8HC0UR3E The Direct Route toLvnchburg1, Dan afterwards pUceJoo the track and got run t'chidul In KflKi JuneR, lltl. Safety of Railroad Traveling. young dream, which lasted for the space of ville. Norfolk, over by the incomeing train." Are Uujht, ai well as published statement., not a Accordim;to two whole years. Then Fearing received a o I. "Congestion of the brain an' applicole train MTJSIC, THE TjANOUAOES. DRAW-IN- O All Virginia and North Carolina single individual riding on a V'Ur Iily letter postmarked North Carolina, which, fitre." Daily bun l"i .Hun. AND PAINTING. Fointa. was killed the ptst year in Missichui-Jttwhen opened, contained a photograph of a For ticket and lurtber Information, apply to Lie. CuTlnglon... body was so mangle and .mutilate "The Id pui IMhii IiOpm your nearrat ticket office, or addre.i mulatto boy. The picture fell into the that they could not tell ennything about unle's the ciu'e was directly traceable to " rairnoutii . a 9 Ti pro. in j . niu W. J. IlKto, V. i:. .tltNOI.n, " Cynthlana. 10 In p in II 14 who asked who it carele'sness of the person killed. Over the in 4 ti J,,,. jTerllalnK Agt., hands of Mri. Fearing, Ticket ami l'aa Ajt . ID 40 p m ll M a . Arr. larl. it but tha think it was put in tbe sisteme 01.000,000 iu .1 17 litn Ky UU.1 I'onrlll Loulaillle. " ,lll.,.el.n.". " tii to $40 In tb pasengf rs were carried, at an la TultloD, price rauico from KiS, IntermHIate f). W. HSirill, ' '" " 2" I" "' wa. Fearing replied that it was his neph- by some unknown person." W pir I II. W. Fl'I.I.CIt, Drpartu.enu. Frluarr, 'IIM ii in (ien'l rmu'r A('t. Oon'l Manager, average distance of fifteen miles each. Ac- resoUr 5, I'reparatojy, HO, tad CollvUte, toO. ' I Arr Wlnohfiter ew. His wife replied that the boy looked P m Hlchmnnd, Vlilnla Readers of tbis papar will remember the cording to this statement, it is safer to been l.re. I'.rle very much like a mulatto. Fearing, in !!?' i""i 1 ,V6i" "OiS Arr. Wlucheater. . Ill Fcr foil particulars, na to Itonrtt, & ..addron f. M,'.,,, I, explain that the boy's dark beiutiful Si. Loais belle who eloped from a paaseuxir train iu Mmicbuse'.H than to alarm, tried to H. '. TItri:21K.tltT, J'rlMclpnl, 1H. -- LEAKS TltL'TH ABOLT Till- :vunford, Idncoln Co., Ky, complexion was due to a southern clime. her husband and children to become the he most anywhere else. It is a remarkable Arr. Hlchmnnd n ) a in 4 in n ... 7, ij ,, .... ., T. ... Ijtncaater . . ocJ im This did not satisfy her, and on a pretext mistress of a young man named Pulton, fact that fewer acclijuu ciusin? Ilnwlaml of visiting relatives of hera, Mr. Fearing ntopping at the Gait House in this city cur on suburbn. train, or those ruinug w. & jnHio ' N0BTI.1W,U.N1.. ttlu districts, than u f,,',' !,, came South uud at once began investigation Well, it is tbe same old story. She i now through uucfeiy I'll- - Kx nun Kx tun which reauiled in the discovery that her a drunken harlot and an iuuute of one of open and pirelv settled country. The . on in.ciaei, Lre. Ilowland from Arroii,i nronu nnu ne9 ot) the lowest dens in St. Loui, ami swears 2sortvihrn. Lv.iU urn conclud-riinnliu aolld train thit 'h in husband's relatives were " I'inrairr ... V 'ii a in . letter lo her husband, she will kill her seducer on sight. Her reseon of tnis ;s that more cir1 tiKen . f .N.n.,u.ll.lllly, llroUon llina.lCoii.il.- X,lL paycnceri from , ,,,u 'V.'. ie ' .. nclnuatl " ll. hmond. .. groes. She wrote h '.. p in 19 40 a in CO a m cb IWiakiiis.ffllieKl.lurya.lllMil" Wlncheittr. 2 lntliiau. pm Jl H a iu 7 oo a n Uulliray b.nk,.Ni OiiiiilliinaTrnux. and, golii to Baltimore, sought the protec- husband lately met her acd gave her such triiiir, that the hockin; lailroadac-citie- s ilfr at. I'rlunr; Orartua.aak. )our l)ru(ii;lt lor Kiutlierntliirlsiinill Loll) t j.idicMr ilieaanie Arr. ;. Vi C.A t) Ily In c;cl"X"3 ts ,T",H tj... criJLvt. W.SPECIFIC NO. 13, tuei ui lrp atrauu fmini i miiun ine Lte exIriKtoii . that t-- e or'wutllr happening nn , tion of friends. On December 13 last she money with whicn to leave tbe brothel. She W0SIOREN3WNCD s. p m by rh ill llin s u.ct tlieie ii n ouinibua Arr I'arl. s u I. im i la i. ,., u u.. . tutnuint divorce. Lengthy tojk it nud got drunk. .She is irredeemacareics-i.is- s ar criminal instituted pioccediuga for the result of tranafer In f'ln'lnnatl, Itiwwii the Cincinnati l.re Wniilimei I .sou Hi oiii K'y and Uhio A Viaaitsqipt liy.lia ile-- 1 JWl'MIl 00 P m 7 if, a. . testimony had to bo takou before satisfac- bly lost. Pattou has not been beani of on th pirt of bsi'i raaipe" vd emuloy- Arr I'arl 3 SI p iu, i. i,i a l.l'.'im mlsif a ' I.th I'arl Stew-aP in' i IS p m h 10 since he left her at tbe Gait IIoue a year e . THitoi'fiH tory proof was established and Judge tiu rwnu ' rt JjJUCTUAI.SSlM;tlnCili- - Arr CynihlHi.a.. , a iiLooi), mtAi k m:uvk toxic. cliuiutl ain! St iiul wlihoiit tranler foriKSfen- - ' I' almoin h . 1 M p iu I 57 p' '" " "' grAnted the plee, as the laws of Maine anaahalfazo. Girls, take warnin?. Two J Doll's outrit are now imported from Par-id U6.au " Cmlnpton . jourDrussfatdoea not kwpltkblm If " I' m 11 '" i nml Unptw t Intermediate a lnu. fly any and Maryland especially prohibit such years since this woman was a loved and is and cot taA hiph as $150. Thi" is forjou SI. per bottle, t'ocn.llt'criiiul lion Rrr loute iaClaclnnati jou hato u midnight other la Ih.Uro.itut .Mullcnl Dlacorerr ol roodnio timt. I rli'iiiL'B of ctrs. The most astonishing part of honored wife, a leider in society, surround.M.vY.svii.i.i; ititvvcii. coasiderini; thul tbe im inarriaues. 1 or i mn "Int. wild full pn tlculara. enouph, r,,n"lnR ,w0 I)fllljr SCOTT fl.D., Knneaa City, Mo. Tlin T.iiio ereiiliiK trains to bt. the storv is the statement that "Mrs. Fear- ed by wealth and luxury. Nov? she is on ported outfit of th human doll, who is of hTo, ftS Ki, S?7 Xi. ?i Use Dr. SCOTVS LIVJEU 1'IZ.J.S. n Ixiiiii, le.uliu' l im innatl nt " in and '1 p in. biiliiUy mishigh road lo perdition, utterly without no more valui to the world than the miniit-- 1 Dallr tho Ha'ly ing is overwhelmed with shame at her jers fr in thi'M'iitli Ulllru tu cmied wlih the only, i:. au-i- . V.x hj Sundar ture, co'ts ss htga as 5j,000. ..orrHlown Ural train, can tukc the acroiid, whit h nukes take, and say it is impossible for her to hope, either here or heresfier. to l.re Cnrliuton. with all morning trains froji ht. 2 rn 1, Arus. face her Maine friends again after this Herald. tho Will and Norfiweil. iu between Clmlniutt A Creole collapse of the wealthy 'IMin UHiy lilllUgt tout under one iu Tho averagu Kentuckian is averse to takBuck I en's Arnica Salve. p iu Carllald We had hoped and behoved that ing his personal grievances, real or farcied, nnj In ronafiiieiicc Is tho only line JO ii nil ll Mi a in ll i, dream." laniiBRt Intnl. " .lolmain .. . ! 111' '.I U The neit Sslve In the world ftr Cuts, lr.ile, !. . 17 which CJn guarantee a comlnuoue lilp. liJtl , " .M)r,.,, .fiA1-- ll III IU ill i i.. " r. !. .... in tbe State of Maine, where lbca the into court, tie prefers to settle tbem in Sores, Uleors, Slt Rlieum, Fnver Swre, Icitr, Four ivlld Dally Train I Inclniiatl to .St. loul) hiii 7 4 k p " -. lljnuTliroHuh. Tar- I.vory Car in champion of equil right? to all men, with- his own way and when oppor'.uultv prwtnu. CbarPtdHa-- ' 1, Chilblains, Oorru, n ! all M No M N. .i v ,. lor Cau am llun on Dy Trlnr. i'nlo m "i fj si K()fTI.l0Kjj at re- w" biliul.iy y No out regard to color or previous condition of Tims out of mind election day : er.niered nniptiouianl posltlroly cure Pil', r ao mlisfjc-tlonHliepInK Car on Night Train. IltlM only. IU. to gle ptrfest Is Ii tilling!' of Cjpi loi any (Ion ol It tr servitude, everybody, Including the friends a suitable time. Parties to eld feuds meet quired. wonsy juar.mtel t'rlcelH cent jcr liox. poewnger Krerv rslunded. p.n'rnRPin. Lto Myvllie. .. - ., m1 5 II a IS , in 12 ha.1 a aut In a TlirouKh Car All " JoIiiimiii of Miss Emma J. Harrington, regarded a and settle, frequently involving the death For tale ky fenny A Mc.MUtw ...1 " Carll.le .... ... i S7 p m fi :iOa m 12 41 ,'pi, piwngsr nre carrlel on Express man or creolc p ni 7 2t n in . negro as highly as a whito on the list of and ((ulckeil l.lnn of one or the other. 2sext Train1 TlieHhortrat " Mlllembiiri Very Remarkable Discover), P m 7 II a in ) 4" pm from lincluuatl In M. JjuI' Nu oinnlliu Arr I'arla 3 So ,. nil s f Louisville Times. killings causes which lend to election-dn- y Mrs. Oo. V Willing, oi Manchester. Mici , Irantfer In Cincinnati 'or pauengrrs Irom C.S.ll It, " Lexington. . 4 IS p in 9 10a in a, 10 pm in a A in this Slato is the free ucoof " Civlinjloti . :.l 0 OJ p milt :iOa ,m 5 A IrvMViiV VOll CA.BDAQE WORMS. ineau whisky. wrltet: "Ily wife lias leea alioost htlpleai fcr fir . . I. West Virginia believes A flpbt, perhaps a murder, is the re'tilt. A yeare, so uclpjti thjt the eould uot turn our i.i TI Tho gentleman living in Aeminoiatoti-No I0,ili,lr. iCaTP1 Led ulouo, Mi')Udtno buttle of Klctru Hit via IxiulaUlle, that h has discovered a simple and efTtctu-n- l difTeienco ol opinions in regard to political ten and I FACTS PsCARDINO XO 9. ilallv. tnnrn Vfltiu.i.i 1. .lu' iu - ' aiucb luiprorcd that she ll now aide r, . ti.T ". the question.) does not lead to many murders in 2 :'i.v" finiv. 'I1 ""-- l covincinn remedy for thit abomniable psst, "" to do her owu JfW." Uectilc Hll'.eia wllldoall ?, Eart.r'3 Iron Tenia. Day and Hlcep-In- g iniriii ii had a iii : arr ro at I'alnii.nii. inMr. .. .St. litils in 10 liciura.wlth through ,n . cabbsge worm. It is so simple and oo easi- Kentucky, the opinion abroad to the , .: No. 31, Hunday on Iv. Irr .. ." " that I claliuid forth w. Uuadredio' te.tluio-ilCars. onrlrh llio UL'JOD, rcnibto ilrf,CoUii8l.iii5,.i,i uri'dtutement contrary to the aboo LMlnmon and i"lr, should bo tried by all notwithstanding who als iilteal tbelr Rreat curative powers, Only tlfty lhItwlll pKrlh-anAny person ly obtained that it LIVCS u.id KICMCYS, n ni ItwoiiK TIIK iiilireprenttttloni, and pcreons mnklnf; N o.M. dally exccplSim.lay. leave Par i. a nf. T at I'cnny A. McAllitcri JiEiVl,T4I nntlVXOOIioi luumi in an iiinan " I n V a. who are in Hny way troubled with the crea- will trace to their source the causes which cents a loltlo them are unwortliv the confidence of tho public, ti I' il'icli n TONIC, is rviuliliirnc'rluliiaiiu Appct'.lu, Indices-tlonot only In tbeso, but In other mutters. An Editor's Tribute. Vf P?r: p i.U. Want of cpysujijay, ture. The remedy consists in procuring led to the many killings in the Suto lout l.kik f DlrvimUu uic. Us nio la marl.ed (xlltor of th Fort Wayuc villi Immcli.iln a lit womlii.lilw ruiill. Hoiks, smart weed, or pepper weed, as it is some Mouday will find the facts to bs as wo have Theron I. Kcnter, Do Not bo Deceived muicli liic. Gattltt, writ: 'Tor the psst Ave years tho mind and uinnri.i llruluin,i'nwrr. X.ii1Iuiij to all farmers and stated them. uxditippllta ii Covington Commonwealth. hare alwsya used Dr. Sing's New Dlscorery, for of lu times called, olppi Hallway guarantee tlio correctiiof n'to0-"'''.;!- : irom nil cmnplnlnt tulliuuK I erory promlso ILn h AUfcldl5 lltOH TOIIIO a wfu and iiucily atatement oinl out In tho letter. innda the public, i al Line No .1 Hn,l "in rla. Wlnchotrr dry it thoroughly, eo that it can be reduced coughs of the most serere cbaraeter, as wtll as lor 1)U, will ba carried The Brooklyn bridge now cams about thoooofa milder typs. It norer falls to effect a euro,UAKTEn'Bo For full and rellahlo lnfonuallon In regard to Solid in n. with Pullman hplnc Car, liclween to powder, which sprinkle over the 'young ll a.h ci Irnr and hcallhy lomplcxloti. Land, Ac, In the Weilern Hlales, Mp. (itildei C "C Inna I and Itlchmon.l. Va The troii(:i..t n.iliiioiiy to Iho Miluo of I)n. per day, but it costs nearly 53,000 a peedy cure. My friends to whom I have I or when the worm begins to appear; $1,300 ilml frequent attcmiiu IIaiitkii' Ii.ov'Iomc plant, and lowMt spfclal ralej lor Ticket and Household Old I'olnt Comfort and H'a.hlm. n ii'.'rl hewi, 1 tpcak of It In the same high teruii. Unr-In- c day to pay interest on its bonds and the exi.t toiinlLrMl Iii? hall' (nil) ailUnl In Ihu popular tiooas to ail point wen can on or amire Ityortlieorlgliiiil. Ifynii fariiutllytlvilrolii'alui it will also prevent injury from the little penses of operation. However, five years (I. II. IIAOI', bsen cureil by It of erery coujh that t hare UJllUl lperilllC'III B. !. B. MOHSi;, Kl'llUUIIll.l.L. aiu ntsi infest the plant. Tassengcr A3't Ohio A Mlulsilppl nallway, v. ll U'HtTTr rorv black fleas that sometimes snmij-i- a.ldreto4iioiJr inner aiou ic.i bad for Ave years, I consider It the only reliable Harrodabvrir, Ky hence, when the rapid transit system of and sure cure m i'jii jic.ur our "Jiusaa auta," is boiled in waCoughs, Coldf, etc." Csll at the smart-wee- d Ci.lriivln L Possibly if W. II. HUATTUC, W. W. TEABODY, fr uk.tul loluimutlon,fioe.i " . it Iilnsion, Ky, C iY.MITir Brooklyn is thoroughly established, tbe Penny A McA'liter's Dru? stors anl get a Tree Dr. lull cl itruoioual Torro is for Gale oy au Ucn'l Van. Agt, I'rea't and (Ien'l Man'gr. i u i.i.r.tt, Ion ter and that poured over the plants, it' bridgu may pay 'Jcnc ral Manager. Cincinnati, Ohio, naiwiiaTei Ah Di'ALi'ni Pv.ryv(HFnF. Uen. IVia Agt its own way. Trial BottU LarjesUsJl. would serve the same purpose. Stmi-KItthlBlnimorloas V M- twwnwi ww"" ff ruoKF-ssumi-i wiwwiap rroiiNi3V.H IcimmciwJZi "izwm ( nt t'-- m fllrk-hrr- 7) '- - IYr v7 114-l- M bat-too- Through Trunk Line X O rand Combination Journal l, Court-boue- e. huug o o i ht, Wcoklj' wi) I ,jg Courlrr-Jotirna- S HM-lrr- SOUTH & WEST .! (.'ourler-Journalca- n ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! PER POSTED KX -- 1 2J-- tf out-aid- Tele-machu- s, Wool Carding Spinning e Peerless Traction Engine. nevek ti:si ntv-erth- Fire Fire Fire Tfa n"''l v, ,,r ' r '" yiv-nii- 'aWONOar -- ,,rllr KOIITK.1 i Louisville, New Albany MYERS HOTEL, rj Railway. STANFORD. KY. Propr J, and its Reputation, rulliiian Palat'o ('als, jit.iw -Miktfr .'' 'rJ,.1vr .:.'. 1 Kentucky's Koulo uu tt ,!,,.) Stanford A SOlSDRAIN I, l.., SliortcstA Quickest Ituuto WASHINGTON CITY. TSTovsr Yorls.. Ac, m;.vicjtv a cixri.w.iTf. bOUTII-liCUM- er s r. TERMS MODEKATE, " di-at- H OFFERERS Mississippi r. d s ... 1 1 , "J'J t, i j 1 - !rr Ji (.'" 1 rt QCUEEFin toc-Jrr- lt adilrc-CHAS.- n. Ii fljii . illCUUlj I '' 1 1 1nlv llUj i'a-se- KottTII-llOl'.ll- ). mv&r7 i tStiW v . (,- 1 HTONIC ' Ij con-tarr- y m m,8 1 '' 1 Direct KoiitoffiWi ""'"" L- -l a -- Solid Daily Trnina&o nrede-libera- v. a !- -. te u, !,. Il.,,,780prr well-khow- n IMSt VrtT rtcoiu-mcnd- 1 r