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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884081501 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. jmA VOLUME XIII. &mi-Mcclt(- WeeMn Snteffaif lonfwiL n ' STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1881 NEW SERIES.-NUMB- BR 276. GEO. O.BARNES IN FRANCE. one necessarily takes on ice. And these LA.NCASTEII ADVKUrthEME.Mh. Tho Danville bent the SoMemelH In a JUDGE M. J. DURHAM polished floors require the same circumKMno of ball 11 to 23, on tlielalter'nRround spection in walking. Try a long, swinging aaaCaodldato for Congroi In tbe 8th Dlalrlet I'ltA-ini- n W. I. WALTON. aubject to the will of Democracy. B. F. WALTER Wednesday. step at the Ijuvre, if you dare. About the IJ3IV'X'XWX', The friend of Mr. V. II. ItobiniOD, I 23 Avence de i.a Gkande Abmkk. second stride you would come lo grief, or LANCA8TEK, JAMES IJ. McOKEAIlV FubHhci Tuetttuvn nnd JTrUtttv; will W Ratified to learn that hi- - fine mare; I D,r inters- VM' J"'7 h' l8S1 strike an attitude like the Colossus at Office orer Cltlreni National KV. Office hours Bank. from 8 to 12 a. M. nd from 1 to o p. y. Nannie IJ, took the bine ribbon In the Rhode, or Ajsx defying the liehtninir. , ... If .. -. , ,.,j mint lUJJKr.i" I J nip dweepalake roadater ring at Richmond trtftVA llitiHj .. Careful n may be your inspection of the t. Y. IIIBCLK. .A.JVNUM. 83. OO aLf .i a. M. nmniTT. "u.c .nun nuj uim inmg among inn many pictures, Wedneday, HUBBLE & BUBDETT. still more careful must you be Vights" of Pari-- , I cm epesk without hel-talioMillinery & Dress-Maki- ng When paid ttrictlr In advance. If wo bare to I MeM Hummer Kobert and It. V. I.AW. The tomb of Napoleon the "Oreal" how you atep on these glazier surfaces It ATTORNEVH wait aor tlu, 83.00 will ti chanted. LANCASTER, KY. McGoodwin have retired from the plan In the A.T aroICIJYIVJEYI Hnlel de Invalidee. It aland above was right amusing to see heavy gentlemen ing mill coal yarda. anil elderly lidies, with whom n fall would Mern. Jona IJ. them all, like the gilded dome above It, I hare received a full line of every the SUNSHINE COMES rarleiror 7 NlchoU and Situuel Harding carry on the firat object InsnectlM oi th. tame. Mi..r.n'.Vi.7-"V"v"" that attract the eye in taking a have been a sericiu matter, with elbow up bnalneeaat the old aland on Main treet, blrd'aeye view Some days mutt I dark aitd dreary, Uc,a. wl I Ml.l m.. uon.1. of Pari. The guid bjok lifted in an attitude of flight, a if they had aod prlco. Some lives mint Ire full of gloom, nearly opoile Giicher'n Hotel. been wing, anxious faces and very short "" try to describe it 2il.lt It can not be done. Mc Kinney, Ky. Somn hearts of llirlr eare must weary , Mr. Henry Wihard, who hol nt a There I a something about the pUrp that steps, passing from one gallery to another. Tltl tliey lng lor rest I ft the tomb. man who entered hi ftbur' house a few oatlle the pen A hen you go to Pari and It wa a hot day and this a our method borne eyes mint grow illui from weeping, nigh, ago wen, , ll.rrodaburg Wedne ,,,, the of procedure. At intervals of about twenty my While otlifra are glad ami bright. u day ee If he could Identify a wounded whal j yard there were green plush sofas, without Having leased tills deilMble , 8unie waVi whlln otlirra are aleeplng-Carc-- frc mean. 0 btfwe rciort and ihn. negro there, who would give no account of toe. I until morning light. didn't with to apeak or be itpoken any hicks, en both side of the galleries. himself. He saw him hut thought him a to. To be ' 0, well far the hearts which sorrow, within a fe.w fet 0f the skeleton Seated on one of these, we leisurely inspectiw1ayl!.t!?l.r WWt 7 TO diflerent individual from the one he re- of the man ed the pictures within comfortable eye That the long. for rut draws near, .'".' at whom the whole world won' I'er meal And writ that the iua ferred to. range of our seat. Crossing over we occu-pie- c Cottage f 2 rwmiandc7ok7ooi7 ...... dered nnil . 0? May ahloe on the paths now drear. -- Mr W. L. Tarklngton propose to star! ,r, hoji,h Khnwaa the opposite sofa and looked at the Single room, por Jd , of I 22 wk There are sunny Isles In onMonday.t e 8hinl for,!, strait of , ,enMlinn. Xol long Wu "fl picture on the other side. Then cirefully Wheie the myrtle aii.l orange bloom, Mackinaw, Michigan. He will strolling down the sleek floor and giving a .1 home I rtood h,folh. door Unheeding the wIM oiuollon, ,he time iodlcaled to see itf lie cn't ceti.. r. oine vault very cursory gazj at the intermediate works . Or the depth which uo ataia Illume. '".ro our own atinton of ahead of the hty fever that he haa taken art, we made stnight for another pair of H(. In UIV riner Iludcrmenl Li. ultiilu ..IJ- As those isle to the shipwrecked moral, . M,n ...I.C O with scrupulou regularity on the 19th of ger is sofa. There we took it easily again, and Totted about on the ocean's treat, thicker than the loins" of 15 maptr: 2gMf August fur the patfi or 0 years, when he Bo the enlrara to llcatin'a portal K- - ' KM3l,KXtAN. out uoytsii impression are, after alJ, the o on adfinem I cjmmend this method to IlAVE mained here at home. Mm 8. Downton Tellionljr of the endinti real. wearv viitOH of picture galleries. Ordimn.t abiding. Philosophy and experience went to Mayaville 'Wednesday to visit her alike go down narily it is the most exhaustive of alt the Making Extenbefore them. Even religion Grover Cltreland dwtiiac a lie. All mother, Mra.E. sight in foreign travel, but by llii common Price. Her three chil-drc- alaggere before the tenaclou e honorable men abhor liar, thote who ideal that haa acoomunIed hor. Mr. V G Dun-la- once fully taken sense arrangement and not insisting on ac STOCK lies or repeat them possesion of a boy 'a imagTime r.ovr wa " ineir oiocfc oi her sister Mi tually bringing the eye to bear upon every Mary lioberlhon, her ination COMMISSION MERCHANT I I know that Jesus is my "all nnd a time in the hlitor of Jatue U. lilaiue brother, Mr. A. IJ. ltjberUon, and Measr picture on the walls, one may the in all." ThM is my faith when report! were in circulation against hia I know that U.NIOV STOCK TAKDS. J. C. Caldwell ,and C, C. Fox made up a George Washington utter prostration of the picture gallery and public or hi private chatnoler, when he wa imnieisurHbly a party who left Thurday at noon for New greater roilly "lake in" and oarry more away than CIXOIXNATI, man than Napoleon Bonaparte. uld. "Tell (he trull'." (Srorer Cleveland York, Washington City and other points That ia by any other method that I am acquainted And now haye the Best I not afraid of the truth and he manfully my matured judgment. Stock in Cer OFFKICE INfSHEEP PENS. Uui I in the East. They will be abient three or tral Kentucky. They have Parlor once let the hero of Austerlilr, Jena and with. In all the gllerifs, copyists were defiei all the liar of Uutialo aod all the RE",Jfvc.,:s- - MrchanU National Dank of rr i four weeks, Hon. Wui. C. Owen, of Marengo pniutirg. And here another dream of and Bed Room 8ets, Carpet. come into my life whlmm think lyinj;heet of the republican parly. He Georgetown, was -- w, uiuicrui ixrone county, Ky. here Wednesday on pro- ing youth was dispelled. I thought a piinter Cane and Penitentiary of result, and there he Is atili. That simply aajr. "Tell the truth, the whole Clltl$lli,n I t.. 1IUUHK. of'uissler-piece- " fessional butines. fc, i,nr.r..n...... wa n person of noble Chairs, Marble Top, my ooyuii imagination, clinging with Hog fcalestnan-- B. truin ana noitnn bill trie trutli. (.trover K. OREENK. Mr. It G. Merrill, the popular cutter ii mien, lofty brow, flashing eye and flowing Centre Stand & Ex- teheepSaleaman-- W. M. CONNBB. Cleveland want no while iranli. lie neks grasp to a boyish ideal-f.i- lm but at P. A. Mark' merchant tailoring estabtension Tables, ell nigh omnipotent. It i a slrarglv hair. Inaiead, at the "Loov," there were no antipathy A man anuug men, lie eim-p- i lishment, hia a thimble that has kept him Woven Wine. Cot-te- n curious thing I can not well undersUnd stout ladies, in faded black, with spectacles; atka what all honorable mn will apcompany thwe manv years. When the grizzled old fellow in slippers, alpaca sacks DANVILLE Top and Hair Matit. I only write about ii. I did not prove, that thoee who ajieak of luui tll the hold and spectacle, loo; one 2od Regiment of Tennessee Confederate Intresses, Folding Bed Lounsoldier, in full pri my breath at Mr. Vernon. I ,hou!d iij-r- f, Bt.' m truth. If there hare lxxn ,,ive vate uniform, with a most fantry left Gallatin for the war in 1SG1, ges, Beds & Cots, "Wardrobes unattractive and to try hard to let the full power of the and it be rtijuiml that the Wurht atmil place even rrare faee; and a young Mr. Merrill enlisted nn a pnv ne with the and Sofas, and Everything Else woman,spare, take powion of me, if I were to go to know them, tell the truth. Half truth it a Je angular and hungry-lookinthimble in bis pocket. He d it con rusalem a with fingers Kept lie, only the whole truth ia juat nnd per-feto thy. I know it a. -- ., i Store. n stantly in mending for himself and comlike claws, for thinnes; all painting awuy know that I "love Him who first loved me Urovcr Cleveland ayr "Tell the Granulated Sugiir PrlceH. rade and it once pushed the needle Faith is an exotic at best. But without .. on various subjects amorous, bellicose and truth about inc." Lei the truth so to the through a suit of new rigemcntals for h mythological; but nouo of them at all like e.Tort ctne hick my old bjyi.h American people. T ltt , Ui the ver-diManufacturers of prepoMim-ioK Johnson. my arti-- t of dreamland. Arriting a, Camp Ala! life is so for Napoleon, aa I stood beside hi cof be rendered. 1 .... ...l..iu .1 .inters are CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, Doors, Sash, ISliurig, WJudow Chase in (lie course of time a a prisoner, practical. These people weie evidently fin on the Sth of July; and I saw the rapidly loclng their limrnaioiin. The Mr. "ruin psinting for bread every one of them, Merrill waa eearched by a guard and of destiny" in all the were biggeit nt the b.rj., UNDERTAKERS. ii lew days Rinl the thimble tiken from him. The guard FrniiicH, Mold. many francs for so much -epoch of hit romantic career, the natMeatlog m will disappear, except MoKINNEY, - - - . KYi like a work, seemed the motive power. Artstanda gave it back on rtllection a he wa unable panorama before me Oa hi rearing in certain localities where natiiiei ia pre ItiRS, Scroll Saw hore back in the presence of a hungry stomach Are prepared tj furnish Wood and MeUllcRurlal to see how the possession of a thimble by ferred to regular diet at the Icy pa of St. Bernard; facing the ImlUnoplia Sent! Cae, Hearw and Burial Robea of all kinds a prisoner could materially aid the weakendriving storm in hi Rutian letreal; iB,r and nothing i lovely to one needing three nel. ing confederacy. Mr. Merrell haa it yet Work,Tnru meal a day and no money. The HoNEnrCoi'XTnYM an. There ia a and intend rending it to Louisville to be Ing open hi coat and bidding hia veterans The blouse is the national garment of fire upon him, when he returned from cheap clothing dealer on Kearny, near Ebv Iuk placed in the Confederate corner in the Exou see it everywhere. It ia the Work, knitting hit brow at Fontainbleu when all rrance. 7 whoae confidence in mankind ha position with a full history of its travels bidge of the swarmiug.working class. . y STANJ-ORDwas lost; gazing from the rocky cliffs KV. received a aercre ahook. The other day and adventures. of tit Floorlngr, CclIluff,Wcath blue, looe sleeved and capacious. Io Helena towarda the France he wa W. P. WALTON, . - Proprietor. an honeat'Iooking countryman walked into never fact, a abort shirt worn outside the trowsers, A Compliment to Frankfort, moretoaee; how vivid it all was thil hia etore and aaid: erhoardlup, Drcftsed though another may be, and is manifestly, eiioofStaIOxSO. EUht "When 1 arrived in the Capital, latl eoranl,,. aeta of day at the Hotel ilea In "You remember that eecond-hanoverSo! worn within. A blouse and red cap are ?e In capacity. Including And other winter," said Hon. Tom Hill to the scribe, valides, Reusable r.tea to good "'ddreS coat I bought here for $3 Tciterdaj?' things of terror to me, for they are associaI Five minute in the open air and the "I thought it the moat spot "Never Jake pack anything von yonce ted with all that ia bloody in the latter hisever saw. Nothing but clouda and rock glamour of the acene was gone, but I kinw olt, my frrnt," eaid the hand me downer. tory of France. And they are yet to play "VV,-t:r- s "Oh' that'e-- all right. I jiut wanted to and mean whlakyand pretty girla all wrap- then.aal know now, that my boyish pa Also Dealers In an awful part in the coming tragedy of RXraESKXTJ ay that I found a $500 bill tewed in the ped up in waterproof disguise. I went iuu .iMiBieoi.just tneaamea it wa 40 earth What another "reign of terror" mora bridge and helped swell the yeara ago, only waiting the proper . & lining, IVrheiM the owner may call for down by the occasion dreadful than the first, will it be, when the urging tide of the Kentucky with my to makt ii epring full-blinto Loul.Tllle, Ky., Cincinnati. O., and Indlanapollf. it." "Of Rorce he till he haa called already, teara of repentance. 'Great Neptune,' I life. We are "fearfully and wonderfully horrible "commune" shall be victorious, as fall onus or writ tor price. Wei keen larrn is A V.-- Fischer, Vose A rions'. Baldwin aid, 'is this the reward of my ambitious made." I had learned it aa an aphorism it certain to be. For men would not ac- J.' D2 . ? stock and will do our best to please you U prieo my tear frent." exclaimed tbedealer, eagerupright and ijquare piano the Estey, Shonlnger ui Hamilton OrVau: and quality ol material. ly capturing the money, "You lib von toil.' Hut Khen the spring liuio had come, that "earliest impressions are the most Ut-ing.- " cept the LORD'S commune, when He term, to aulPp": ,.tt communitv of goods on a princilioneat man. Hero, I gtf you feefty toliar gentle Annie, and the hillsides began to I took a lesson in the experience ol ?."'" .Ion Ig'teyourordcra till TOu Kct our DAXVlLfjE PLAKtXO MII.Z c ple of pure love and willing otlering. This prices and terms Danville, Ky. mantle their rocky side in a vesture of it at Napoleon's tomb. arh a reward. Dot vill pe nil rlijhl." i;-i- r DanTllle. Ky. grace rejected, mn's wilful substitute When the honed countryman Rot nround green; when the bird began to sing and The Paris cab driver are mi gncru. Not came viz: "Every man for hinnslf and the corner he murmered eoflly: "I gueea my thoughts to turn lightly to love; when in extortion. That is the monotonous tht dovii for us all" more "ciuse tnJ efAnnual Pesulon heirinsSect. I'd belter take tbie fifty and akip up to the mean whiky had improved by age, of the tribe, the world over. But COIXEG-Eia- f Oldaml irud ituiirf the and tho Governor had quit vetoing my they have a passion for wetring plug hata fect" when you conn to analyzj the sen- tinrjvilled for beauty and health Chnrmlna; sroiiiirts, and shadv prores. I"rlce famcuj"lllue Crass" Portland before that .Sheeny tumble to low lor I piillew- tence. Sowing means reapins; and they "uil Jacuty l,.mnlelecouri. ln;recio( IS. II , ami A. M. conferred, llcfi. re ii tminc scim that counterfeit. ItV getting mighty hard bills; then I thought Frankfort waa the of shining oil skin, shaped like a "fi (VI Vlt)VUB iV tUC I 1CUVTI( k h. Ml fMIMjaM 'saw the wind reap the whirlwind," for the i:.m. nniLKv. n. d. .. I JWIH, KY. ..., t,1iafa!.. ,,iC . to ohove the 'queer' round theae pari, nnd lovlicat spot on earth. Ita the most beau- mil? lint lint a...,........,; !ll. n uirrur in llie crop i always more than the seed sown tiful little city in America in spring and sun' ray Francioco Pout. that' a fact Pan Some black, some white, but summer, and I'm for it for anything it ever ehliiing But then they crack their God's commune of Aot 2 rejected the Before (iin. Culi Clay net devil's takes its place "I cime in my through want. That' a pretty heading you all whips so persistently and with such marl Flftoon Professors nnd Instructors. bowling nbout political murder in the have for the Corital. Send me a hundred ling sharpness that 1 jumped at the oui.d Father' name and ye received me not." and Mechanical, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal South he otiuht to tell about how mauy copies for the democracy of Tnat is the proposition. "Another shall Lincoln. Come once and again before I got ussd to it School and Commercial Course of Study. come in his own ruffle; him ye will receive." murder, political and othcrwtee, he haa let' go over and buy an old rooster for They eecm to do it for the fun of the thing. is the corailarv. Ye, there shall yet committed during hi lorn and illuMriou fifteen cents?" -C- OUNTY APPOINTEES RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION. Capital. The horses don't seem to think it .i thing Thit For Catalogue and other Information be .t "community of good," before the end Fall term begin Sept. XOtll, X88.. carter. "Ila my family been broken up?' Addrcts JAMES K. PATTEUHON, 1'li.IJ., I.cxlnictoii, Kentucky. A painter who love hi dram, but who intended for them, At any rale they don't shall comr; but there shall be no blessing he atked. Irft him publish Mn. Clay' pemind anything but the direct application al In it, only a curse, deep as the mtlice of tition for divorce, and tliu show who broke of Iato haa been nt his wita' euds to get a drink, performed a successful chemical op- the lash. The crackiug eeems to be, pri him who plotted the forcible division up hi family. "II ia more than one of my marily, a warning to pedestrian! to get out children been poioned to death, nnd (lio eration recently and eurprlsed hia employ the many, of what the few hive of the way; and secondarily a aort of Hs.er- - amonif uy getting drunk from lit pnint pjt painfully gsthond for themselves. Oh, COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY. LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND, KV. your.Rcat left nlirc by miracle only?" lie er ,ion "f authorilr on the part of the king of Next Session will open Wednesday, September 3d, 1884. had they auiaed it all for God, how difajhin k. If Gen. Clay means to charge He wis using ahellac mixed with alcohol. fill nnnnU.itA'r . L . W I. . a t ft ADVAXTAdr.S- .- A Ft'LI, FACULTY of utile ami eaporlcnced liutrurtom. ComprrlienslTn miJlL-Ho applied cold water to the shellac, which .... wuku-- , 100 pilllOdOptiy ferent the outcomt; oh, had they the democracy with poioniti hi chillavishlv courioof Ktinly uud tliorouuli initructloii. (.oiri'lt'trnpHi of buildings nnd niiparotti. or utility of the thing, it isoueof the fea- given .Sorlnl Iiilliirnrr. LiUlstlnuulslied for dren he ahould e.ty o in u more tminly wny roon settled to the bottom of tho pail, leavit to othern, of their own free trill, younc im n timl Iioim s In tliu lll-i- T fiitullle. ol SiiIimiii ltarelined culture nnd hospitality, and Iii Cht.rlly. Ilrallliruliit-- of Illchniond ia ut uu cic ution of uiuitithau 00 ftet above tbo ing tho alcohol and wnltr clear on top. He tures of the streets of Paris that rather what "Ireatntes laid up in heaven," than by innuendo. He might aluo exOUIn rivtr, nnd tree frmn nil iiinlHrlnl llillnencen strikes and startle a stranger. And I am In the heart liin Hlrhinond centre of riche torn nway from unwilling Grn.tcreHillri. Ii vxitlim a fewInnoun, by rail, of l.oul.mlli'.of tin- Btntp, KnoxUUo mid of tho Illoa plain the relationship he bore to the wo- drank it oil and had a genuine drunk, Cincinnati, ri'iricn.aiid Cbattanoofta. just jotting dowji a few strange thing be heart and ll(thted Iiy .loilrrnlti :xirno. lUmrd In the .Vtv Mtmanal except iublnr, mid lieuted by att'imi on who n the mother of hi youngest Norwich Bulletin. baud! man eleRant.cunilortnbli-lioiuIn tliebest luuilUea llto per iiiinuin for oerjlhliiK fore they ceaae to be strange. from 3 to 1 per week, Total tieceuury fxpenst' fur tliu ten montlis, from (ISO to Aa n preventative of Aidatic cholera, Dr. Apropos of this sad train of thought, child I Louisville Tiinef. d For full Information and Citaloguc, npply tn L,, H. BLANTON, D. D., Chancellor. Vernon and I spent the best part of a day by a "blouj," I saw on the corner of ConMnntine Hcring, in hit "Homanpithicl The Piigit Hound oynter are sometimes at the Louvre Here again notice the Rue de Rivole aod Rue St. Mirtin'a the Domestic Physician," say: "The surest two feet in diameter, and weigh inclusive spendthrift character of French orthogra former the street of street, in Paris, perproventive is sulphur; put half a teaspooc-fu- l . of the shell, a much a sixty pound-iTwo phy. How do you think they pronounce haps the world a sign over a handsome U of flower of aulphur into each of your of theto KKatlic niollunka wero lately tr.ine that? Loov! Throwing into the gutter of store, that ran thuf: "Au Ban Diable stockings and go about your biiitiee; nevTout pour rim." "To the good devil pj'rled and'planted in the South li.iy, V. Bileuce, so to apeak, two good letters that even thing for nothing." Ii suggested in a er go out with an ompty slomnch, eat no ther the trip or tho new hubitnt diaigreed never did the French people any harm. dreidful way who was at the bottom of nil flesh, bread or pour food. Not one of the r. a both died a few duya with them, Whatever crime were thoe uufortunato r- -e (tie godles'ness of Iiri, the very nme who many thousand, who have followed this my guilty of, that they should be gibbetted took our Sivior ta "the top of an exceed- advice have been attacked by cholera." . In -.It. lifirti mnllnlatn a.ul lliannn l. o.iu uiruiu flliuweu A jelly fish utrnnded at Ceylon weighed in a word hung up for inspection, without Opens August 16th. 1884. Closes October Him all tho kingdoms of the world and the over two tons and nt night gnve out a light the faintest recognition of their existence glory of them," and made Positive Cure for Piles. 10 ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. the identical aufiiclent to read by. In ten day it had To tho people of this county no would tiy that in utterance; two orthographical barna propisitinn to Him tout pour i.ti "All evapotatcd ho that it weighed only two wn hare beeu kItoii tho ngeucy of Dr. ilarchlil'i cle-- ; useless excellences; such a sheer waste the'e will I give thee, for thev are mine Italian I'lla Oluluieit emphatically guaranteed of raw pound. material, ia the, spoken, versus writ- and give them to whom I will," Tout pour to euro or mojey refunded Internal, External, By Cappa's and Gilmore'8, tho most famous bands of the world. n'en "All for nothing." "Only worship) THY IT YOUHHKI.K, Well, the Loovl what a won- me That is my only condition of gift."! ltllnJ, Weed I uk or Itching Pile. Pi Ice SO ceuti ten French. Largest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. Thi rrnfof lh pudJIuajU mt In chewing tho a box. No euro, no pay. Vtuaj & McAllitor, drous place it is! Just miles of pictures, if un, tnai ran Knew tier tempter anil would LOWEST RAILWAY RATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. airing, hut In hiring on opportunity to try tho ar- Pruggliti. they were strung out in a row. I should nnlv mv, "I will not worship thee1'' But ticle vuiirielf. JIcUuUtU & Stagg, Hie DruggltU, A-:R,T think nearly a mile of them up one gallery shp knows not the "day ol her visitation," Daughters, Wives and Mothers. -lure a fren trial bottle of Ir. llotniiko' (Vtighnnil and I do not know of any place that I have We emphatically Kuaranteu Dr. Marchlil'a Ca- and down another, even, bung tier above I,uag Syrup for each ami etcry one who l utlllctod visited more thoroughly given over to the co2T-rSTiTarasr with Cougln, CoM, Atthun, Coniuuiptlou or any tholics'), a female remedy, to euro I'euiala Diseas- tiet as they are. Again there is too much devil than Pans. I am afraid that sign in Ten works of Kentucky's great sculptor, Joel Hart, the best possible collection. es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Lunj AITetttou. to describe and I can not begin, even. Tho tho Rue de Rivoli is only too significant. One hundred counties In Kentuilcy will make exhibits, displayinc product! which will demonstrate Ulceration, and dltphccmtnt or bearing this State's tremendous capacities and future creatness An occasion for Kentucky dowu feeling, Irregalarlttlct, Birrcnnest, Change floors are of polished wood, carpetltss and But is a lovely city. One can scarcely beJUBT AS GOOD. 1 KIUMI'HANT. pride and Looking on the of Life, Leucorrhcva, besides many weakneaics ringless; and as this is also the character of lieve it to be so wicked. M.iny untcrupulout doalf rt may tell on they line surface of thincs and forgetting what He springing from tho above, like Headache, mootAN IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS the French Uoor everywhere, I will stop heneith, there is no city In the world, per-hamill dies fr Cough and Coldt e.juitt In merit oii'l in ing, Spinal Weuknoss, Sleepletincas, Nervous deTi"y eiKt Ju.t a fiooj at tho old reliable Dr. for a moment for further notice of it. I Presenting at one time in lino over $1,000,000 worth of horses, comprising all the sires that have mad more enjoyable than Puis We lion i!.j Tough and Lung Sjrup, unlm jou Imlit bility, Palpitation of tho Heart, Ac. Tor aalo by verily believe Kentucky famous. The exhibit will surpass In extent the Koyal block Show in presets these slippery floors bavo had could not remedy the evil. We enjoyed to the visitor the crandest, completes!, and most magnificent Stock exhibit the London, andever wtV druggists. Prices 81 and SI SO per bottle. Send world has iipuii thl remedy and will tako no other, you aro to Dr. Marchitl, Utlca, N. Y., for pamphlet, free. something to do with giving the people a what we could. Vernon and I had a firat. neneJ, and a sight that can not bo duplicated ut the world. Jl.iUo to bo greatly docehed, 1'rkcj, W ccnt4 and rate time in the French capital Ever in For sale by Penny 4 McAllster, Dtusjljj. BENNETT H. YOUNG, President. J. M. WRIGHT, General Manager. mincing gait. You know what short etep-- i JsU Ktajg. 31.W. Soli ly ilcHotatj GEoeO. Barnes, fi Inlraorjjourail DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. xius jcoui" . 8UI10330N XEIl a ,......, .. iSl',hn0tR'fh''e. Orat-cU- ., .T 134-1- - ; J'0 ENTERPRISE HALE'SWELL. Grocery. " ?.'"" fn. Lancaster, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT cfc inld-ocea- 7 a- "'". ..., R- OCX. orig-inat- a Lately been n p, sive Additions W. M. C01TITER, LIVE FranltaffB .... omo. First-class.Farnitu- re PLANING MILL COMPANY tr-- Gen-Joeep- il n pa . Ioor CI-Iforui- OPERA HOUSE. taiho Gen-erall- aLuwIf d n Gc. H. Building Material Farmiiig tiumberl II. I5ul du in Prl"J Co., ow &"' Post-offlc- e, char-cterist- ic GEORGETOWN .., S.. Ilrit-cl.- m UCUCIlC Bk "-- of STATE COLLEGE KENTUCKY CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, I.fK-mloi-i. , v 0. after-ward- 1 exosixiojst LOUISVILLE, 25th, - SOTTTHBE-- I TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY BUILZDIlsrGrS, tub cnoicxax picitrnra Aicrsicju p. MilMlUiM'MMILitWIllllWWWJUMIlialMMW'WyfBrWWflWlWtPWWWWMIWIIB' IIMIHlWMMfWWWWi Stanford, Ky., August 15, 1884 W. P. WALTON. m if a t Maine candat of which e have bewi cojitiizint for year, U published in full in a Chicigo ppcr Boiled donn to n few words, the lengthy pHblicatton sets out that while James G Hfcune was a teacher in Col. Thornton Julinson's military school at Blue Lick, Ky , he seduced a young lady in Cal Johnappear-onc- e nn'a school at 3IiWer0urg. ine of the seduced soon becime the talk of Hip wction cd the result was the breaking up of both schools and the financhl ruin of Col Johnson. Mr.Blaine finding that the Under tho stato of case, which the 2s. " osuintry was gettirg to hut f r turn left tho Sun makes, the election of Bljine would be Stule in an abrupt manner, and wis shortly a real blesine in diseuise, It says: "If he was com followed br the woman, whom Blaine should be bateu, the republican pelted to make bis wife The difference ptrty might be reorganized, reconstructed, between the scandals on the two loading in'pircd with new life and saved. But if candidate for the Presidency i that Blaine rairriage, overcame the Blaine is elected, the ruin of the party under a promise of seems certain. During half a year of powscruples of a voung woman, who yielded the er under Garfield, he brought it almost to her virture to him, for which he made dissolution, and nothing bit, the patience, only reparation in his power when forced tart and judicious inactivity of a man of to do to; the woman with whom Cleve- genuine politic! talent could have restored land' name is conuicted was a widow it. rsow, if the same Blaine should be put and a loose one at that. During the'r at the held, his maste.ly incapicity and liaison a child was barn to the woman his brilliant genius for niiechkf would aad notwithstanding it as proved that surely bring the party to a speedy and irreother the had been intimate with two deemable end. turn, Cleveland shouldered the responsiThe faith of the Newark (N. J ) Adrer-tif- r bility and since marriage was out of the in practical sense being uppermost Is qneaiiou, did all that on hot orable mai Bjth of happily expressed in the following low oiutd under the circumstance. these indiscretions happened years ago, line: "Wo read the crop reports with do those on any ncc which time nothing Las been laid more interest than we livi-s- . They h.ive other subject. It may be temporarily exagainr-- t their private nothing to do with the fitness of either of citing to know that ono horse has beaten them for the high of&Ve to which they have another a quarter of a second, or that an 1)3S been discovered. The been nominated und it m a Bhtmie that such other comet the cam fashions are nf interest to some and the ecuadals have been furced into paign by the republics lapers. There cholera finds the world attentive; but after are not many men living 01 dead against all, this is a utilitarian age and the report whom ome such a story might uot be that dour may be fifteen dollars a barrel t winter would create a greater sensamrniilatpri end we cannot nee the use of these which seem to have been tion than the discovery of a race of white publishing people in Central Africa." bo well attoned for. The public lives of scrutiny and these men are more fit for at the The Mormons are while our candidate in tho light of com- newe of tho killing of five nf their eldeT, parison stands eTen better in his private who were out recruiting in Tennessee and life than Blaine, the record of his public it is safe to assume that they will tend no life is one page of bright and honorable more out toon. It is a pretty rough way of dealing with his fellow man. Blaine on stopping the business, but it is an effective tho other hand is smirched with corrup- one. of tion and his collosaal fcrluni is the The republican national committee eviprivate gains. We using public office for dently wants to prosecute a canvass of filth. believe the people by their votes in It bought for distribution 600,000 copies of will show their repugnsnee of him the dirty little Buffalo paper, which first and hi methods. printed the alleged scandal on Cleveland. Wm. 1'L'rcej.l, the New York editor, Tite Cincinnati Evening Iat furnishes A I till anil complete iiMorfmciu of Turn who resigned because he could not support How Looan Joinei the Ciirnci:. The Hurt, euilirmliiir from the editorial all the news at one cent a copy. It is a Cleveland and withdrew Irani iliu CIunieM to the Logan joined the manner in which John A. Parlor MiiIIom. N management of a democratic pper for the live little sheet and never gits left on an lo j;o to the large cltlen to inulte vmir niin.) church is as follows: In lbiiS he was run " ... item. See advertisement elsewhere. "" " !... i... . name reason, has been quoted yery gleefulning for Congress. There is b strong re- ' Maul, an- I can . ami uill dimttcnto all over the . . . MIIIV .. ly by the republican papers hrloPH vim i l. ... !.. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ligious sentiment in Southern Illinois, and ireigm ociiig added. Also country, as charging that Gov. Cleveland iu oi vniiiiiH. CaeM, Mi roads and HoIich, enib rac the prevailing creel is MethoJism. Dur- a miii uoNor The locusts are causing great destruc a cird as is a "moral leper," now all the Xeu Style-- liotli cheap and expensive. Ware ruonn ing the campaign it was ured as an objec- Ucrops of all kinds in Mexico, follows: "I now deire to say that infir.ua-lio- n tion to LAUREL COUNTY. EAST BERNSTADT. tion againn Logan that he wis not 'a pn oppoxiie mi. ,wipli Hotel, Nianrord, Ky. The Louisville and Nashville annual has come to me from a eource in which and had uevur joined the church Asocial party was given at tho Wea- fe?or," I place implicit confidence, materially report shows a surplus of $31,595 48. He was in Washington at the time, and The democrats of Missouri nominated ver House last Wednesday night. changing the state of facis upon Tbi.ch the when he learned thai the fact w ptrongly Mr. J. S. Thompson is putting up a iu jastice to Gen. Jno S. Marmadule for Governor. remark was made. llenc?, intljential against him, be telegraphed the a Ttto banker arc in convention at steam shingle mill 4 miles north of this A liST i J Got. Cleveland and myself and to all oth- Tl K pastor of the churoh at hi Jhorco in and as usual going for the silver dol- place on Hazel Patch Creek. era whom it may concern, I iwithdraw'the to place his name on the roll of Died, of typhoid fever, last Tuesday BONANZA cbaiacicrfzufan and rqtle-- t that hsreafler lar. T & SEED TYin.!a Irllpf4fthia uifo nnrt .IflUnli. at Altamoot, Mr. J. Brack Johnston. He membership and he would be bapiisxl and ... ...- " .. . 1 to me " Mr. Purceli IK it be not attributed -- As.l tl Mcbinr nsiat Ihl ' r I in ter In Plalte county, Kansis, and then com leaves a wife and several soiill children to subicribe to the confe'eion of faith as ioon will now please go in his hole, draw it in as he got home. iil, lit- - FnaMH "linMN?. mitted suicide. t mourn his loss. I" TmilMiri! i m... .... nx. i." ufUx bini and show himiejf nut more this . ...r. v wi.-- riorr. Liij.iuu.-- . ,lli "I.I' 111. 14 ! It,.,nl, l., . "Fighting Joe" "Wheeler is the nomiThe cost of the electric light for the illu-- -, " J. B. Tye is now in Louisville having j'oitTuti.i: i,.m,m:s i . ; wde'tlie judgment fs iTrU i'tactiM nee of the democrats for Congressman in his hip reet the second time. We are mination of oiti", as ooru.rtd with gat, , . , r.5.wi5 Ut H4..U. nubixwh i. lo . Richmond, In J. ..Muavr Halstead, a disappointed and the Kigth Alabama district. truly sorry that be has had such bid luck has been computed by Hartford, Cent)., -- jiuO. 13r- M. . 9 I soured politician, hoping to pain the goad offir-Uin the Appellate with his dislocated joint. v vote The whero the lights havo been in use for about 'r- ,'Sth v he Houudly abused Judgehip tight in the First district gives Kraces of Blaine, whom Mrs. C. S. Nield of Altamont, an- a yesr. Tne reports state that each eleo-trinnd "viole'ntly oppo'ed in 1870 mid 1830, Holt 4CC insjority over Riddell. light in ore displaces U street gas nounces that she will deliver a lemparanre telegraphs to tho Commercial Gaxtle fr. ni jlon. Xa'han Barneit, for 40 years lecturo at Mt. Cannel church at 3 r. ir , burners, giving at tbu mine lime at ad NefOTprk the monitrpus lie tint u U cur- Secretary of the State of Gtorgia, was yesWhat Some of Ortr Be Farmer, and 0'drenn of Lincoln aud Garrard Soy The i.m Mr-Reon the first Sunday in September. Every- lea'l ton time a much light. that nrrangemenia terday renominated by the democrats. rently reported tln-p(Mountiin Echo please light coU $!S5 per burner per annum, k p body is invited. have been made to withdraw Grover Cleve- Gov. J. C. Underwood, late manager of copy.) burning 'A'26 nighla in the year, while for land from the democratic ticket. When a , ,,. Cincjmiati etr Journal, has sued the Can any one tell wht ha? become of the electric lights (16 nuts a ni'lit is paid. inau ot some aouuy anu p.eriuui gocu Foil Publishing Company for $50,000 dam- Dr. Rusk? if so please address V. at this The electric light being eoual lo 0 gas .landing can resort to so low and contempt- ages for libel. place. Mr. B. B. Van Nuys and wife are burners, a saving of S16.60 per lamp per I'uJJtw. Wu. HlVli J L'llur ible a trick as this for the Hake of a possiUomT. A.Um..Vm A. The New York Sun is iadvhedfrom the guests of Mrs. Jeff Pitman this week year is effected by the UfHOf e'tftricity, be ble loaf and fish, it is evident that the Washington that Blaine has little hope of Mrs. Eliza Pitman and daughter, Ellen, side the cost of lighting and extiaguihinr party is in a strait for kmUra and ideas. election, and is broken down in health by are at Dr. II. S. Pitman's on a visit. Dr. the gis lamp. There can possibly be no foundation for discouragement. ....iM.-h- i O. S. Lambert reports more flux and fever. l A Sycamorb Srnixu tl,. ...-- , I. ......-- . . "Ill ... lltfBIM IBtafl it the alleged rumor. The democrats are not lVt..I Four men attempted to cross the Ohio II. C. Thompson returned from Louisville residing neir Cirnwall ,o tLe K. c S.A ! '1. exre., ,.!., UII , .14111 .TuV " J2, . nominee at Bellaire in a skiff and were drowned. only pleaed but proud of their Tuesday evening. Mr. Will Ward, of raiload, was in theS'tm oflice A and will elect him so sure aa the day ar- Two bodies were recovered, those of Walter Paint Lick, is visiting his brother at this '"miM M;. Youn related that en u farm adiiccnt to his there . Tlt.tYt.oit. rrtruir. rive. Tnnney and Pat Dixon. placer. Hons. Jas. B. McCreary, M, J. is a sycamore tree with a knt-ho!- e absut A mob of twelve men attacked a meet- Durham and Phil II. Thompjon. Jr., spoke six feet from the ground, out of which conA Nzono in Virginia attempted to violate the person of a young white woman ing held by Mormon elders at Cace Creek at London last Monday to a xvij large stantly flows a etream of water and occabut her screams caued him to flee before, Lewis county Tenn., Sunday, and killed crowd of eager listeners. We do hope sionally fidi hare been seen to ituc from aecomplUhing hia design. He was pur-se- d three of the elders. Two of the mob were that every man of tho party will go to the tree. Tourists who happen in that b x nob and caught, when he was killed. work in earnest to wiu and see if we can't flock to the place to view the natural Three children on a farm near South give the nomineo of the democratic party given choice bUcm death and 125 lashes ou Winchester (Ky.) Sun. curiosity hisbiclc. He chose tho lattcr,but by the time Perry, O , named rcspictively Robt. Wood, a nnjoritr next November in Laurel A former prominent Judge, who hts 100 had been aiplielLe w.m a bleeding, Louie D. Wood and Kate Shaw, all under county. passed many a sentence of impri'oriment fettering mats, so near dead that his tor ten years, were burned to death in n barn, The Beli telephone patent has only eight for life and horter periods, was locked up having gone there to smoke and in bo domentors let up on him. When he iu a years more to live, and the moment the In the work-hou'- c and fined five dollars measure recovered he was told that another ing eet the barn on fire. country being 'runk and disorderly down in Craw patent existing expiren tho The Knighta of Honor have 117 100 would be applied if he wa? ever seen will be flooded with telephones costing alThe largest stuck ever in Stanford mid the best to bo found iu Central Kenin that country again and was allowed to lodges in Kentucky, and a total member- most nothing. The ordinary Blake trans- Tuesday afternoon. "How have the mighty fallen." The Judge's name is Kntucky Knights hare ship of 7,000 BO. tucky, embracing about twenty five different styles from tho lending manu mitter, for instance, an almost indispensaFrankJort Roundabout. TilE Public Printer, Dr. John D. Woods, paid in $01,000 and drftwn out death bene- ble adjunct to every telephone, costs two Spurgeon tells the amtuing story of the facturers in tho United issued the first number of the Citpilal at fits amounting to $00,000 during the last dollars to manufacture, but ono ia now Stotos. Persons contemplating buying a vohiclo thia old lady who atarted up when her Frankfort Saturday and we ate juu in re- b!x months. shown to New York electricians which Jack Clcnry, of Lexington, Ky., is grandson was about to lake her umbrella, Spring should select the same or place their orders nt once; for at thia scaaoa ceipt of it. It ia a handsome 7 column folio does the same work, is no bigger than a when it ia told that the doctor is assist- astonishing the medical fraternity by per- thick coat button, and posts, according to exclaiming: "No, now, you don't. I've all manufacturers and of first-clas- s vebichs ore invnriably over-ruv.ith orders yturs and ed in his editorial work by the brainy and sisting in getting well, contrary to all pre- its inventor, Park BenUmin, less than two had that umbrella liveuiy-thre- e it's never been wet yet, and you alu't go- and if the vehicle wanted is not on hands, it will require from Goo. V. Triplett, it goes cedents, having been well nigh dieembow-ete- J, experienced Hon. four to eight Benjamin believes that to make. g and having his interlines eevered on cents ing to begin." without saying that It U bright and when the telephone patent expires teleweeks tD obtain it; four weeks being required to make, finish and dry a first-clas- s throughout. We will hall ita wtek-l- y election day. He caews tobacco and ex- phone service will become so cheap that no A nice, pious poung man, who tried to visits with pleasurable anticipation, and pects to be out In a few days the first case job ready for shipment, under tho most favorable circumstances. house will be without a telephone, the cost steal a kiss from a Washington belle, got would advise all who love a good thing to of the kind on record, not exceeding one dollar a year, and the his nose so covered with red paint that his It is reported that the members of the All work sold by mo will bo found to be such as I represent them, send $1.50 and get it for a year. Ai the unless charge for conversation across the continent pastor subsequently stopped him for ten patent medicine men My, it may save your Greely Artie Expedition were driven to minutes on the evils of strong drink. have been deceived myself, and in that oveut tho purchaser will bo being but trifling. life. such straits by hunger before relief reached fully Burlington Free Press. them that they worted to cannibalism and The number of animals Dr. Brjwn What a Ciiavat Party Is. The Lex-th- e Call and examine my stock and I will do ray best to please Of the four original proprietors of the you hat vivisected goes into the thous- devoured the flesh of their dead comrades. ington Gaittlt wishes us to explain It is reported that Henry, whose right name "Cravat party." "Well, it Is a party where London Laity Ttlcyraph, a paper that now in style, quality and price. You can get as good vehicles from mo and aa ands. His last exploit waa to cut cfl the at head of a dog and then, by means of a IsILcb, was allot and his flesh eaten. a price of admission is charged and each nets a profit of $10,000 weekly, the sole reasonable prices as you can obtain anywhere eleo and get n guarantee now the owner of a country At Fiemingeburg laht Sunday, Mies gentleman Is supplied at the door with a survivor is on trnmfuslon of blood from another dog make the decapitated heal show sign) ol Dorothy Gordon committed suicide on her cravat and each lady with a bow. Each weekly and another died in a them, besides that is worthless to you wheu buying away from home. Res A San Francl'co woman is suing a man life. The cruelty of the matter teems in way .from the camp ground, having, it is gentleman ia expected to find the lady pectfully, taking a dog which was familiar enough said, quarreled with her lover. Yesterday whoso bow matches his cravat and deyote for $10,000 damages, becime, on the 21st This gives of last month ha promised to marry Ler with his voice to recognize it on being Daniel Phillips, living two miles from the himself to her entertainment, R'iggleo camp ground, shot himself thro' rise to many novel nnd amusing siluatlone. wiinin "a reasonable tune" anu lias not spoken to. Can anything be more lli'-s-? tLe :;rp!2. II? was. Miss Gordon's lover -I- . Woodford Sun. yet fu'Sl'ed the agreement. STATaTFOUD It had to come. lh There stems to be no longer any doubt about Judg lljli's eltction to tho Appellate bench. We have no regrets at the result, in fact we ato rather glad that Riddell was defeated, if tho charges of his csnncc-liowith the disgrace and death of Judge Rsid havo even .i semblance of truth. The means used to accomplish his nomination, too, were of a very dubious nature and his defeat will teach the democracy a leaaoti, which is tiiat a mere nomination is not all thatianrce'sary to oecure theelectlon of a man of whom the people have any doubt Judgo Holt is said to he a much better qualified man than Riddell and his appearance on the bench will no doubt have a salutary effect on it. The election of Holt cm net be claimed ana republican victory since he could only havo been elected by dlsiffected democrats. n terror-etricke- u r.-su- There 9 National Banks in Louisvill" with a capital of $3,051,600, and resources of $14,4a 1,753. Daniel Manning, Cleveland's right-han- d man, thinks that Butler's defection is all sound and fury, denoting nothing. The Governor has pardoned James Morrison, who, ten years ago, was sentenced for life from Barren county for poisoning W. A. Bush. Tho French are prosecuting the war in China in n vigorous manner. Kelung is blockaded. Only two of the French were killed in capturing the fort. Joo Love, who wm shot at Lexingtoni Friday night by Knnis Hell, having died, Bell is held for trial at the Circuit Court in November on charge of murder. Dr. Geo. T. Gould, who lately had charge of tho Female College at Millers- burg, has accepted the Presidency of a col lege ut Los Vegras, New Mexico. He should hare gone further still. Kid. E. T. Williams, pastor of the Con-trChristian church, of Cincinnati, was married to Mis. Carrie, daughter of President Loos, of Kentucky University. Mrs. Jamts M. Hart found her husband in bed with their adopted daughter, at Paducah and fired four shots at him, wounding him slightly in the leg. Lousivillo merchants will decorate their busines. houses and eusend business aftei 12 o'clock Saturday in honor of the opening of the Exposition that day. It is claimed that Hou. E E. McKay, of Nelson , will pe nominated for Congress Capt. Stone, in tho Fourth District. Speaker of the Grange Legislature, will be the democratic candidate in Oicar Turner's district. G. T. Ramsey received 922 votes for sheriff, J. S. Philipps 4G5; Ramsey 'h majority 453. J. W. Sallee received 922 votes for county superintendant, J. D. Shearer 391; Sallee's majority 650. f.Mon-ticell- o Signal. Seventeen murders weie committed in this Appellate district on election day, and the returns from the mountain counties are not all in. When will the authorities en force the law against the carrying of con Winchester Sun cealed weapons? It was a preacher who started the foul slanders about Uleveland and iilaine ami a preacher who killed his wife in Chicago night before last. The unregenerate ought to set a day of general prayer for the reform Louisville Commercial, of the pulpit. John Sexton, who was arretted several days since for murdering and robbing Geo. Routen, and who is now confined in jail at Barboursville, Knox county, has been indicted forwarder by the grand jury, which is in session at that place, and his trill set for Monday, August IS. About the only Congressional district in this State where the candidates are heating things red-hin the Eighth. Messrs. Thompson, Durham and McCreary are on the stump daily, and if the voters don't absorb an abundance of political wisdom, it will be because they stay at home in their Louisville Times. tobacco patches. al OARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. lute will bo held here August 27, 23 and V 29th. PHARMACISTS The Lancaster bae hall olub has reorganized and expect to play the Sl.infoids nrALins i:t- iJ?Wtjl- -rO - t--Friday afternoon. L JCSDi ' Druirs. Bonlrn. . mMWm l The ladies of the Presbyterian a-.' rj 'srM ji Va gave a grand concert at the rby.Kt.M'prefnlptlnn. jrctirslHy (omnnded JT' S e'.-,-City Hall Inst night. v wv Alto ' .".Blll..- . dLW l.,lfX.i,j .... j.. r.. . r k iTi'i. Sunday-schoo- l The ladies of the Antioch gave n nico supper at their clnreh Sunday - ... ,ii jssz evening, which was largely attended. Jt $YJ4 t The brick work on the Garrard Female ) Stock of Wnlolii-s- j r,,)cLn Jwclrj .V; MlicntArq A- ' College will be completed Brick r worn on tne Uigginbotliam unuuing nss r r , .t Lt trmlit toihliiaatkft than alxwtit Wltln, I iccVihWi Jc!rr Be-tsn.l been finished. Crow Dillion is giving the oi. ihorl Ctl con l KurreniixJ ! court'liouto a new coat of paint. Prof, J. L. Irvine hn.i moved into I Franklin Institute, where lie will It. ve a select sihool for young gentlemen next Mrs. E. D. Potts is visiting relatives in town. She will probibly amiial Mis. Wm. Yantis a,t Independence, Ky. A number of our citizens attended the BLVIIR in Richmond Fair this week. Excurslcn trains leive heteat9 A. M. Missw Maggie IIurdiTarc, Huron Grctfcrluv, NailitleH, TVjtilrt, Iran, Rowland, Sallie MoRobvrte, of Dnville, Itncirv tviilnU. XliiKiry tVhvcls, Louise Seins, of Illinois, and Miss Row-UnCimc .Hill, IIuritCNM, NpokfM, of St. Louis, wore among the numbvr (JriUos, 'h!t'r MIIIh, I,ii CurorR, yesterday. ,lll,,S NJonetraro. Torn MivllcrM, CoHhm, Mis Cleo Williams, of Ml. Vernon, returned homo Tuesday after spending n Oliver Chilled. Champlaa Steel and Brinloy Combined Plowa, Wooden and few week with MiCaU Pumps, and the (Jolobnued Hyflald Elevator. Tia Roof- Lou Grant Miwes Jennie Faulkner and Liaiie Walker reinq:&na ua tprtaif will have prompt attention. turned Saturday frum an extended visit to HittfMinvtt 'i '. !fIHHnrvt un 'i if ninr, . Columbia and Nashville, Tthn. Mist Zoe Welsh, Mamie Metcalfe and Halite I Young, of Danville, and Mis- Lib, Mary and Maggie Walker of the upper end of this county, are visiting at Geure Denny's. Mises Ella and Gcorgie Mtor i, m--mm mb and Sillie Anderson are the guests if Miggie Cutrey. Miss Jennie Stlter, if Danville, is the guest of Mis Lu'a Chaire. Mi. Marion Woolford, a pupu 1st young hdv of thi- - place, u sruiily ill in Lexington, where she is visiting MiM AT Mine iter mauy fneruls hr that she may soon recover. Mr May and son, Will, have been confined to thei rooms for several weeks with typhoid fever Druggists and Booksellers, rs. Sallie OivsIst left Wednesday for S.. Louis, nhere she will remain duriug the 1COITNK winter. Her daughter, Mrs. Willie Belle OJV.EIK.--l Greenleaf has been viriting friends in thi Mrs. community for the past month. John McElinney and family und Mrs. Wm. Jones and family, of Piper county, to vnit relative III , are expected in this place. Charles Peacock and Clel Johnston left Wednesday to arrsnge Garrard's dl'piay at the Louisville Exposition. AND Col J. K. Faulkner came up WednesJay to viit relatives. Dr. Sam Rurneidc will e ! return from Cumberland Falls Tl.. n Lancaster. I rM.nlr TVi.nl,,,... Tnll. t iij i'JE.U.A'Jtai y Sb 41' 11 4PJ kllgltt -- $2 f7Ofcs:.- Rnflnn... aSSSM&SBft uicrma jti iks Ss. f'JtrV fcfc, '?rz.rtYr-w-wvV Oy.. iW&C IdM-SM- "S sss7- c Ier wi-sio- n. .Slii, Mote, ttl(tiiriir. - , WALL . - PAPIR htmmmt .Mcw-irvey- 1 RIMMED & READY TO PUT ON, ' 'KcROBERTS STAGES JlMK'K, NTAXFOIED. y E. WEAJS1S. UNDERTAKER, U'livnitni-- Dealer in .,.. ri'iiaiiiyjoii ... .,.... , rr, ncel l, i'lrt ... "": Sar-asog- Cor-bond- GRAIN FIELD . , THRESHER, ,".,. I ." fcVj sr '' e s ." 1 -- Vf .,, 1 111 H LP eiaTd,mdWrmXXW'X,n ,lBum.nm .C T ,JB ton Jcrsey and Open Spring Wagons, Village Carts, 3c. wggies. Pliaetons, Sur- reys Carriages, a. n inter-eatin- poor-houB- ia GEO. D, WEAREHT, ky Ms Agt., aiiwmw Ol y cf miumj imuih wlflSW oow for fale. yearling alter mid Frank port, Kv Auguat 11 A de B. E Brrow, Stanford. & '. of firming nischinsjry at Urigbt fierato attempt waa made by Ihe convict Win. Murphy bought of John O. Neil to eacape Augu8tl5, 188-- i Stanford, Ky., They attacked the guard hia lot of hog at f3 per pound. and a fearful atruggle enaued during which Stanford will try The LnncMter and B. Mattingly, of the Lincoln Mills, haa one waa badly wounded. A guard waa their hnndfl in a bane ball content here thin bought 1.300 btiahot of wheat at 70 to 7o atao CARD. l. &N. LOCAL TIME Eight convict aeverely hnrt. afternoon. He i only paying 70c now. 41 r. m. in making their eaeape including colnj North .. Mall train 1 (South,.., r. v. The price nf wheit ha declined until The Lotiiavllle 3W of ywlerday con.. 10 nxtrctlrlt" SoulU.... ..... ... 2 .16 A.M. tain a full account of the BWine'a scai-il- it in only worth 70 lo 72 cent in the local George Alop, the noted depcrado, sent i " Norh A. V. from Lnuiaville for life. Winchcter Sun. market for the pen of Falcon. The abate I elculll m atamtard time, toir Blaine in a fit of deaperatlon has Two a ile nf corn are reporud in the brought timet about JO intliutea Guter auitagiinit the Indianapolis Stn- will apwk The (JoiiRreaaional Candidate! Pari Kentucltinn; one nt $2 15 and the other iintl for anying he aeduced hi wife nnd after Uotine here at the Court LOCAL NOTICES. nt $2 20 !" barrel in the field. married her at the point of n shot noon beglnniiiRat 1 o'clock. Tom Wood bought of John Holme gun. t McAM.tcr. Hun Painth of Pann T.rnitiQATi.NO olln of all kindi at Penny An ?00 pound bell arrived ywlerday l'l It ytir old collie averaging aluut 1,500 PAII1T LICA, GARRARD COUNTY. & .McAllster'a. and ia being put on the Christian church. lb)., nt 5 cenla, to be delivered Oct. 15. Moat of our citiz'na are taking in the HBAWjtTAKTriw for chool book at Foil Sale -- 000 mortising pnata, 300 It tont) U deep and plewant. plank pnel and 10,000 feet goop fencing. Richmond fnir thi week. llitAK.) new block of over thins; In the To ncoommoditc the plron of the Mra. Cynthia 8tevenaon has aold her plank for ule or tri.de for good butcher Jewelry line at l'cnuy A McAlUlr's. Fair the K. C. will leave here an entile. William & Itimaey. hnu'e an-- lot to Dr. Spillman for $100. KKirrXtdM of ready mixed paints for hour aooncr thin morning and The protracled meeting nt AValnutta Apple are xpcted to hriog from ?4 BprlcTK trlo at McKobcrtu A SIhrr'c. Monday without any additiona. morciiiR, lliut at S a. m. lo SS per barrel in New Yrk thi fall. rlo-e- d sVatcii , Clocks and Jewelry repaired The Baptiata will organize a church hero agt-nare already McAlUter. A MATCH game of lme ball will be EiRliah and Sso'cli and wsrnntcd l,T Penny next month. 'f hk hft Hwla Water In the cll at Pen-n- y played by Iho Stanford colored nine with there buying I he in up in advance. A Mr. George Billard and Mies Lot-- G C. Ware baiigbl of Peter Cirler CO & McAlUier'r; iiisuln with pure rock the Somcratt nine on thu ground hue were on their way to church candy ayrup and ilitoted with juirvet ruit 2G tie Mallow cwhM S2.10prhendj nf J.S Boeley rextTutaday beginning at J r. M. uloen averaging 140 puiiiida, ut '!r; of Geo the horae became frightened, ran ofl and ewet, Tiih hnuan of Mr. Iaiac Hamilton at Benedict 21 heg weighing 150 bn , at 1 llirpw them out of the buggy and dislo PERSONAL Rowland caught fire TueaJty, but wan cate! one of Mfj Mallow shoulders. cenla. Mn. J. S. JIociCKit bin the linlarisl before doing Rreater damage Tom Soper and John Wearea are atMr John C. Hill ha brought In for ferer. than to bum oil a portion of the roof. exhibition at the Expoaition n liilf buahel tending achoo), one at Lowell and the other Jimhib U W. llnow.N is also pick, with , of Peei lea Irih potatoes that can hardly at New Hope. Tbey have both learned Coax., Coal. In large or amall ciiinntl-tlefomrthine like the tlux. their firt lajon neifectly, that i to love delivered at your hote cheaper Ihtii be beaten A number of them weigh over Mum Emjsa K.vnlrmax Km tm-- vilt-inMies Gaatlncau and Mis a oi.tl each and it Uka but forty of them their teacher. err lifore. Sold exclusively for caib. to fill the Mi ItoUf Pennington. Piper are teaching the public achoola, the iiieautre & been iuite ill Lve your order. Bricht - Curran. Mk. Joiix Hi.aiv 1i An electric hone chronometer lis been former at Lowell and the latter at New in aouie better. with malarial fever, hut It ia ibaoliitely o dry here that the invented. The uiovwncnt is ontrotle'd by Hop. Mia Nannie Kennedy a little Mim 1Iai.i.ik Hol.Y, of Lebanon, W era lield are catching on fire and bum l and cloaed by the breik benutv from Crab Orchard U the guent of aenrreni ing up. IUin i fearfully needed and un in ul Tinitins her aunt, Mia. BeUy Kobliiaon. 'u aluiOHt micrr atopic cepper wire Mi bailie of llacklcy is this week. Mrs. risiling relatives London Mb. M. ,.iwm, of Kanei City, i leaa it conn in good rpiantity eoon, tin :retrbed acna the track. It i paid In John Parl Th record to the 1,500 of a aecond. here on a iU lo 111 idnter, Mte. 0. A. oorn crop will be cut very horthere. pasture are now aluirt wortbl. Kane. Ths priMct of wheat going higher LIVIhGSTON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. Mim Elu Moork, of Um, HrltWs moat teem to be unpromiaing. A. Tery large i the Col EriltiAlM P. OwsLtv Mi Koa Keppert commenced ou Honduras, South America, i vultto); her important looking man in town aincr hi crop wi rabed here ani a large crop public School Monday morning. We feel Mh Hue taut. rchooluute, conacinently there i no deuisml wife preacntel him with a fine baby. It favored witli Mia Keppert, as we Mk T.J. 1'cwTEit, (if l.ittMln, formerof imparlance for it. The failure of the highly bual-narrival Tuetdvr night and h.t been named are aatiatied aiie is a very excellent teacher ly of this county, m in Winchester on i many Mattie JItya Owaley, in honor of an only corn crop, which now theratened in friend.-Wino- bler and will give satisfaction to all, nod viitln localities, owing to the drouth, may and no elatcr, who died eeveral year ago. It seem that the watermelon patch so Democrat. - . doubt will help the price of wheat to eome long concealed by fncle Geo. Sambrook Eent Mu Koht. C. Hicks. Ky. Balm. We would advlae exlen'. GnrAT be.'ii discovered by aome one and a for "UlsineV 'JO Yessra in UonRreM" I here our frienda nllicted with icrofuloua tllec-tionMuaty grain, aya the Milling H'orW, has n energetic man for and wlnhea lo rnKc tetter, ulcera or dyapeU, womb and totally unfit for uac and which can acarcelv greit number of them stolen. If this i made again we fear some physician lecal auent. kidney diaeaaea, aick headache, neuralgia be ground, may be rendered aweet and WKiiejtlKtfdtoaUteinour Ul that and pilea, to try it end get cured. It dcea anund by aimply immeraing in boiling will be cillel to pic's bird shot out of some M Dr. (J. W. llrooatich has return! rure. Penny A McAliMer hate H. water and let it remain until the water fine. Charley Shively stopped off here to sell from her protracted trip "WmI in fine become cold. The 'juantlly of the water Thiiitviive building, including the mtiat be double that of the grain to be our merchants their fall stock of clothing, health and apirll. on Main atrttt, the sad new of hia father's Mim Bcttik Paiwo8. of Stanford, la four large brick ttore room In the water all the decayed or but received ifet cDneqttenilr had to return to his hve been ooiupleted, or arc in courae of purified. Kinuia decth, the Riirt of Mia alnce the Aral of Jan rotten grain awim on the aurface, ao that home, Campbellivlile, to attend the burial. lie porter. The aame paper aya that Dr. erection, in Stanford they cm be rennved and the lemaining uary. Fifleen dwelling houei have alao He ha our sympithy. Mia Mamie McI,. II Cook i danReroualy ill nf flu- wheat i efiectnallr cleaned from all iui Mib Pauline been nut up at Stanford Junction within Lean is much better and entirely out of M. SteblinuOhimeu, puritiee without any leaa. It must be com S. 0. Truche art, MN Marj that time and the good work got on. danger. Grime., Mi. pletely and thoroughly dried afterward. Hon. Phil B Thompaon, Gov. Jas. D. Mjern and other from this ricinily are BraisiNCiusciE Mr. W P.Tnte ha John W. Eubank aold toPayton Cook, McCreary and Judee M. J. Durham were lendUm ai 1 and comfort lo the HirIi Ilrldge purchaaed George McAllater' IntereU in a.jnir of mule 1 1J hand high, four jrear here Wednesday. They had an appointCamp Meeting by their presence. the drug atore of Penny A McAliater and old, for 1279.50. Green Morrie, of the ment to apeak, but on account of it being J. Durham and Hon. P. H. haa taken charge. Mr. Tate i an epcri-cnce- l neighborhood, had a cow to circuit c nut at Ml. Vernon, the crowd was Three to Themp'on, Jr., arc here en route merchant and we are glall to add give birth to three male clvt laat week. go limited that they excused themselves by Wa.DesbtirK. "here they apeak Llm to Stanford' Rrowinc lift. Mr. McAl- - weighing rrapectively 52J, 00 nu$ C2 mak-na number of private speeches, until having polcn there re ifter, we utideratand, deMgna going Weat. Got. McC'reaiy, pouiida. Purter Broa., made the following the people weie let fully into the light of home It have one day at the cently, wmt The watermelon crop it iutl! in aiae aale and purclusa-- of etock duriug the Little Phil's views upon the school quesFair The lsrget we pitwek: Sold to Brown & OrforJ, of tion It was the cetjerl opinion that Rock. IlAI.r'a Wbi.l. the notsM auramer re- and rtnantlty thle. arnaon of I'hiliulrlphift, 119 bead of cattle at 5 cent ciMle would inlruc. far McCrcaiy, but vhdton now. have ren did not greatly exceed tbo port netr town, i filled with farmers cn per p und to be delivered tLe latter part of now it is somewhat mixed. Tuesday wis Stanford are there: Dr. i man' head. If any of tram The Biught of Phil Hay twenty pay day at Lockcalle Quarry and an nsu-u- l and Mr L F. llutTui-i- i, Mr. and Mr. I. baat that meaaure, they can prove it by AiiRiiat. v head of 1.300 pound cattle at 5 rent par M llruce, Mr M I Hource. Mw. Suran letiTinj .impJe at th! olb:e, not necM4ari-Iwe heard a few pistol shots andiome lend but a n guarantoe f Knnd, and i car load of fat ticg at 56 0" UlU'nu, but we are glad to say we are hav for Warren. Mle Florence Tnielioeit, Mattlr Biwling Green gazette. good faith. ai.d liitue I'AXtwi, Lucy llurton, ing b drunkenness than usual. In the Cincinnati market there is Helm, Aiinin Br wn, Jennie lUehanli, Sue nL.AU Geo. E. EVASb, tho Cl'UK I'Olt I'U.ICS. , Timt, iinne inqnirv for jood hntrher and ahip and Mat Heloi, Mary Brown, Annln Dunn, train diapatrher, aaya the tf nalght Pllrarcfrin i ttv; r". ! v of muw atxlonwn, ,tlue IIY. Amoo Hie outer ritimw tr met with a erkius tccldent l Elipe piog cattle; hog' are higher, the better lntli lik,lo!ii ai"t rrt liaa tho HmirafTi'Ctlpn ..! Mr.. Ja. A. Ilirrii. county; Mr. Prk yeitrtdiy alternubn. IU wa pitch c!a nf eheep are in demand and lamb eaufrlairtl.el'all'lit to M lie ol th kdliH'ya r Hrlfklwrlac rrpam. At tlmci, Mary Dunn nnd daiRjbUr, Annie, Iitiilv Ing for the Standiftird Hotel club and in moderately ao. The quotation ara: a flutukncy, . . ville". Mr. Jai. Yeajter and Mia Pue "d ia'tB4f IdJIi! wtlo'i it i'r.tciit, niotfture, Ilk ,t. nan --.!. 1. . t'vinc toktuil Tory nmn. f.ll orofcoin- 0mwr. to iflidlum CATTI.. vt lb" Momai li, ate. A ,.?:.eoci.a aim-lo- r Bjyle; Mr. and Mm. C. C. aliio Yea gar, i:i, jiioliirlnjary .lliagrwallo Itching, rhht nnn between the elbow and ehnulder. (lent to extra taiteafrt ..1 s.1j.A common attendant. Lair9Mte;A. Uwd awl. wife, coun- Popple lilting .n the grand aland heard the Common la rbok nli'imi..... s ... e.ssa.u after avtiiiiR warm, h n my Bliml, II'- - Hug ami llcl.Ing I'llaa yliMat once to tlio 1" . young Mki imuw Ihewioelvea in Iwnecrsck. ty ... i.CO4.9t) Starker an 1 Seeder npili. ,. nofltr llomlco'IMU'll-mH,wlilchnlime and woo. rr.nb' over the knoM in the dayof a ainftle WtJ, Rliforl'liiB tic K.Polk for the but U'cinl iiutchft anil hniy ihlrirt H lOAiAt Jlrntlv i' on lb Tnr trial of J. lM"ng lo the BHSloelieitH Mrrn h'iU nfTictlDga l!iBf tin- iiileiiw It. ltlinA'Mron . dOii.ie Iubi. ing of Martin 0 ro wh called Tuedty Fair to goal packer' 'Hie S'anfoid Orchestra lie Dr. mrr. 1'iic W emu. iBiaui-iit vi .n at I.''.... M9c.0u ... Kalr to iwl right. ' '.aLMcIlo ' " , ri.,j,' Iiim. Mi.iM Sal AtMt. Verronam! tjegun. The reu!ar pan CommMi II .anViM-luii.- . ui lu. ;.. itiiAnilBiirti .. 4.T5 other had and ibaut rt ,t SHKEP. lieVnl)jTr, U'li't Portann and othera el we rxhanftetl before a itiry could be -- :unlncd t.. . CmiiMiaii tu air.. $; ftt.SO go out NT.W ADVKJVnSUJtE.STS. J. 7541.75 found The letllmony wai all in by 1 a , Hmh1 to extra I.iUS-Cdnii4,W'gS.S5 to cholM L0CALMATTERS7 the defendint oflering none; argumeols , and the caae given to la to have a ciiciu at la:. were then nude BRICHT. LINCOLN COUNTY. SrANroRitU which remained out till 2 v x Wed iV Co. will bs hwc about Sept. 6:b. Barrett Mrs. I . IV witt and Mi.. Catherine ueadav, when lo the Mirprl'e of many, they Day of September, n Patent Fibril U Riving eplen-di- hrotigbt in a venlict of manalaughter and lllackerby have liwa quite sick but thev On the 1st d i.in Veth undersigned wIM tell lo tbo lilghut bidantiafaction. Vm it if you want the fiied bia punishment at 2 yeu in the pen- are both convalesing. AND LOT'! ATTACIIKH at Dunn. of the Providence der ttie MILL itentiary. The tobacco growers The ile will lo iuda on Title, on l(jieOretW , beat bread. Sold only by T. It. Walton. .Ur.i jesrs If desired br cr'Jlt of one Rabt. Fielih w.n air't-e- neighborhood have commenced cutting the mirrbaier, or 111 more Hberil If neccwrj A I'.ad IloTCit. MiCKTneTiit'HMo.ND, on icfnunl "f wcol wheit and corn is a very line one. The mill is .outed in uu election day for carrying cncrhlfd their crop, which toiintry. tnu oli.i.n iiiuiOu In ih wr. (100l icknr at her heme, rnl m to iciy Ihtt nr Mesr. Lynn & Pence, of Stanford, SAW MILL ittii hen 'i t th enl of the pike wwpon and turned over to the cuelody of c.tu not ojwn her aoliail nt Mt. Xenin till Lii.lili.riri.li. Mi.UIc'.ur,. u. e "f the bet set ol Conatable Martin, who allowed hiui to go have b;en in this vicinity buying calves. lmbn lu the mill In Kentu?&y. Come and Ham-lli- e the 2"ih. the rr lsit7l'",,,re ty ol ale, a it will be a Thty bought several r.t very fair prices. home and he did not return. Tuesday he Martin and Mathkw Dklankv were went out to him and net Fred V. il. Prewitt, of I'rryville, bought of K. i,Uw"u v.invA. ii rr.r.i.tMs. at fiiieil thu one $10 mul llie other L. Hjbble a oar load of hog At o cents. J.UIKS V. IIILI.IA.US. ::.wt. conceitl ftlra wanted for carrying Xiokol, for beating WwlniMlny, Crl) He succeeded In capturing A little son of Mr. Til ford Alexander ed weapon. Frnnk titillith. hath and started to town with them. Nick hvl his hand badly nnshed by a cider mill Ji iiLctivBii a lull line of Queen' el attempted to make hi tccape, when a few days ago. Dm. Traylor and Carpenware mid Ulaeiware which we will ell Field told Martin to run after him and he ter were called in and found It neccjary to Having drtenamel to cbauw my business, I my Saw Mill, situated on salfl vrv chean. Call anil examine our stock, would remain richt there. In the inno atopuutc two fingers. The child is now oflsr lorCreek, M.rivaiely; county, ky. The Lnglno In Casvy tlrusli oul he did m. doing well. ctneeof hiunophiticr.ted likUtsonaryi Boiler JOxil-, liuglns lOxiO: Coun-tS. S. Mver A Co. ..- .... Sbalt 21 tit t. ndglng S.iw and Grist Mill Miss Melissa Eubanks.accompiniedby being an he claim without a pistol, hut The rrorny ls we"'kno,,'n nJ IlaiiN. to the wlfa of Conductor T. P, ho could not make Xickolt stop and when her brother Mack, left this icek for an exand a few In Ooort Itunnhin Order. Dooloy on Tuonlny, n fino nirl, v.mool. tended visit in Illinois Misses Susie Bobhe returned Feltl had al-- o wife of O. T. Huflmsn, a Tlmler plenty and aocslble. I would be willing dnyfl ao lo the After slauding around awhile in a daztd bin, Dora Clauncb, Allie Hubble and Liz- to exchange lur good farm slock, such as Mules, Ac 12 paund hoy drover Cleveland. i sort of way, Martin returned to town and zie Nuunelley are visiting Mis Mary Hub Mors, tattle, I'craons wuuing io e ngK in mc irautt uu.- Lincoln Mills were put In operation that niRht with n poss went to hunt the ble. Mr.; ml Mrs. Win. Cook, of Charles nes will nna a goou opining ir Hin)iim m Tm: JICUII I,ll..l.li HiutonTllle, Ky. !0-t- f yesterday after rcuiaininft idle ee7eral rascals down, but they had "one where City, la., are visiting at Dr. W. "W. Mi's Lizzie Montgomery, qf Lebanput the woodbine twineth" or some other place. month and farmer will no longer be Mir-ti- n on, is visiting Misa Sue Yragcr. Mrs. Jno. to the inconvenience of golnc a Isng dis- At any rate he did not capture them. in Metcalf, of Nicholasvllle, is visiting friends blundered badly in lettine Fields have their Grinding done. The tance to Mattinglya intend to nuke it a paying in- Ihe first place and in not having a pistol or in this vicinity. Miss Bessie Eagleman y foria week's vieiljto Springfield, a shot gun when he went to arrest them in leaves stitution all around. THE DRUGGIST, nil the i cond plnce. Tt ourIH to teach him a Mr. JtflSwiuebrond, of Tfinn., is up on a The K. C. will run un excurslou train lesson, that thete is no honor to he found visit to his brother, Mr. O. A. Swinebroad. - to Klchmond about 3 r. M., on the 19th, to with men who commit crimes and they Mis Lillias liuchanan, of Crab Orchard, is accommodate those who wih to attend the should be treated with no consideration viiting Mifs Lou Bright and a certain widSunday Fchool convention to bo held there. whatever. ower of this neighborhood is just too happy Is Frciuirlag for a Llrcly Summer The train will leave after tho arrival of Trade. in consequence. Misses Agnes Bourne and Attention Democrats. both the L. A N. trains that day and the In conformity with the suggestion of the Lois Sutton, of Garrard, paid a flying visit Ills lino cf goods, iucTery variety usually found fare will he fixed at very low ratea. in a orst'Clara liout-- of the kind, Is Democratic State Central Committee, I to Mis. Sam Spoonamore yesterday, Oae large and complete. slipped in Jim Gueat, hereby call a mass meeting of the democ- of our leading merchants, who, by the way, Tub Stanford Club himsplf for a prepared Judioious Alterations in the Internal ArJr., of Hoyle, on the Williamsbui; Club ni racy of Lincoln county to assemble nt the is a regular masher, was so elaborate that he rangements Secure Boom Comfort catcher, supposing that tbey would not Court House in Stanford at 2 r. M., Satur cill. His toilette nnd Better Display, following day, August 10th, 1881, for the purpore of consumed a whole afternoon and just sb "catch on," but they did, as the Particular attention ii called to A. Denham on the recia. selecting a new county committee or to he emerged from his room, In all the glory written by Mr. O confirm the one now existing. A large of his faultless attire, the young ladies dister of the Mrcr. House shown Elegant Addition to the Stanford Dauvllle too, appeared around a turn in the plko on A Large and attendance is desired. J. K I.YHN.Chm. "Tbeu brre'a to Stock of Jewelry, bleasltiir, Democratic County Committee. their way home, ao that all this eweetnc-Tbey havsoiir rlebcat Jllw tbelr ityU of jW? "lu,h And unities o ttrtu. V3H waeted ot thcdtrt air. M P. "V aTOS, Stcy. But d- -n tblr itylc of auMtOlng." cmt-MI kin 31 uteri oroumHl It h"rJty cm war. so dry as now. anil nil Itinda Our-ran- LAND. STOCK AND CROP. A Sulky Flow, wheat ilrill ft TEE LATEST. . JTj kJ Jet I i n X auc-caed- I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, (MS nl comprising the best in the market', which will he gotten up in style and make second to none m city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley Uich-mon- d GURRAN -- 1 t WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - GROCERS I AND JOBBERS OF FLOUR m ID MEAL. oiH-nei- WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY -- ali-'n- d, WAGONS, BUGGIES AO CABRIAOES, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- t k"I a, lUab.-Some- ALSO THE- - XKEost Complete ware and Queens . ware -- IN THE CITY.- - i foil-mini- : or iJ Wo Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Ittit Patronage. well-kno- Loiii-tville- ... l"r rAi RIGHT & CUESAN. ... ru, lirIit; i, ' ct -- - r" -- lt ? . ! Mais WALTDNy to-da- oua .....-......- ... the-jury- d ill Sosaiesset M tosJ AliWAYS OX IIAXD FDJLIi STOCK OF i', -- t Saw Mill Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. For Sale! TERY- - er m ... LOW PRI CIS And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- N FOR CASH, o goods sold on long timo. -- Customers, No Oive-ley- o j,-- S.P. Pegncocli USE- W&BSili MUMS ffliOm T. It. TVAITON. -- HUSTONVILLE, KY., Made from tho best 3XiiiiicHotu 'Wheat. For sale only by TBY- e Zffe Plus Ultra Coffee, KEST BOASTED I6IO, For wile only by T. R. 1V.U-TOX- . CJu iiaiNyjL All the Isms. A Georgia Episode, riiomsKmtj 1 A D4nri A DeSoto father wmi caught in k most A wean IM Skepticism is doubt about tho truth tho' SmU H, BURDXTT. J. W. niSWN. not actually denying il; hesitation about it; embarassing predicament tbe other day BfJUDETT & UHOtVN, when his wife presented him with twins. - August 15, 1884 reluctance to define what faith is. .VTl'OltNKV'fi) A.T L.VWi Stanford. Kj-Itr. ...A. CftA l,.. fills orsllr, lkI.nxliiRtoti, til n Acnostism is a denial of an acceptance One of the little newcomers had been ex. I7 III MT. VEHNON, KY, lSMyr t'U St 11h. I Tlw U Mtpfeta u i'hII llloni RiiMmm if M ilt of religion, except that which comes within pected and arrangements made for his re 11111111 tkihi lUtMIn ill ti. T.Wrirhr LHfrr r ma ALEX. ANDERBON, I .IU. .M knowledge. There may be a God or there ception, but neither the father nor the NASHVJLLERgTy POLITICAL ?t M . wvriii e'Mmw, O.-m V mTil iiT A.T'X-011NJ5S' gj i J AT may not. There may have been such a mother had anticipated tho intentions of III" DANVILLE, KY., THE ORKAT Meantimi, the tuud Bliuger vainly sup- divine nm far tMkm ..4 llu.l.m K.n 1 i person as Jems Christ or there may the other little one, and hence had made no Will practice In tho Courts of lloyle and adjoining pose that they are diverting the attention not. It does not como within my knowl- preparations for her reception. Clothrs countta and la the Court of Appeal). MrMlul-m&t- i ILHt'UII.MlITII.U,l.,u.,l.,. of intelli(?eni meu from the fact that a can- edge, so I put it aside becauto I know had only been provided for one, therefore J. . FIHK. fjr the presidency of the United nothing about it. didate the amazed embsrasment of the paterfamA.I JLitiw. And Master Commissioner Hockeastle Circuit Cour, States, while he occupied le political poof any ilias when the little girl put In an appearPositivism is a A. MT VUllNON, KY. the influence 111 sitions of trust, prostituted thing except it can be positively proved, as, ance immediately after tbe arrival of the tions a practlca In the Itockoastle Courts. Collecspecialty. Office In nflj gtyen him by the people for purposes of e. g , a proposition in Euclid, or an object the young man, can be better imagined than THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL private gain, &7 b7 d7 ,h8 I'roof ot demonstrated by one of the senses. Thus described. Recovering from his astonishLEE F. UUFFMArf. TJ II O J3 O IS in H his shameful treaun, his sordid sale of Aud (he LoultTllle STANFOUD, KY. differing from these, but hardly more per ment, the father and his friends wcut to South ildo fluence for moner, are sinking into the haps than in name. work promptly to extend the young lady Office Myers Hotel. Main Street, two doort above tho national heart. The tattooing has eaten inRationalism is a disbelief in the super- the courtesies of her sex. Of course she Pure Nitrous Oxide (las administered when delibly into Mr. Blaine's record, and the One reir for oalr 81 -t- wo piperj for llttlo natural; nothing to bo accepted until it be must have the best and she was soon, costly yithoutChange and with Speed Unrivaled more than Ilia priceMil one. longerheUheld up before the peaple the brought DR. W. 11. l'EKKY, within the intellectual power. attired in the clothes prepared for the Grst SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE larger becomes the number of voter who Man's reason must be convinced. Faith is arrival. This left young Mr. By piylnutSJynu will rerMre for on year DoittlHt. entirely STANFORD, KENTUCKY. your home paper with tha Ourler-JournaTHOU l)Vli ILLS TO Tilt the will ba convinced that the brand is ineradi- nothing, dishabille and his little form was snugly 'ie Hjiitu, Office nrer Uobt. 3. I.rtli'i utoro OM?e hour rfprrvn,tlTa newipiperof for a tariff for re'uue uiilf, and tli lint. cable. Rwort aa his friends may to the Deism is the belief in the existence of a wrapped up in an A tu eric in flag, which from Stall A.M. snd 1 In 5 r SI Anesthetic! ad hrU'liteit and ntiUst fauiilf wwily lu the fulled MW.lTf.l -- tatn. 'lime who ilcilr.-- to minuter! wlen nnwuri futile poller of defamation, they can not first cause, axaiuine t ajinpla called by tbe name of God as had been u;cd for decorative purpotei durcorjr uf the Courier-Journcan do j at thu otne. obliterate the signature of his own namt to 'iV-'CARS tbe world, but no belief in the ing the encampment nnd thus he remained creator of I.IMI. llmV.Monigutacry letters that write him down a huckster, who acceptance of Messiah as Atlanta aiaDnab, Son of God or until proper tpparel for him could be ob Jack.onnii,, Jlcbllc. and .w Urltani sold his influence for mony, and tried to ! Savior of the world, or in the Holy Glioet. tained. He should certainly make a patri t will dollTcr Ice to rrauUr custotueri etcry uiorn-lo- g barter bis coantryVs honor for a Peruvian BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA otic man, as he took his first earthly nap forming the Holy Trinity. at When the recoids of the la r'eelare Without I'banca guano heap Thla notice forewarnt hunter. Sihermea ami beneath the folds of our proud national Atheism is not only a cf trtmpi t to without m. POUND- - lulitlaii. aiall tretputon our landi he procecuted SHORT LINE ONE CENT Federal Government are burned and their Rome Courier. au,h acta arellibieto the possibility of there being a God, but an colors. TO THE ro r,oUi,n Aceouctiduoat tbeclotaol tscti month or when iu 111? iuii r&iBiuui nir 11 reprint in the mtmory of the people is del'.lt.Cariwtboutchatira absolute denial of His existence in any way HUnKml, Ky March 17th. 1811. fSlaued cuiiomcr ni'ltt. Six! Days Without Wattr or food. 217-stroyed it will be lime for the Iribune to D McKlttrlck. t ji A W, M. .McCoruiack. It. K. HA it now. SctklnR hornet on the whatever. As David aiys of the fool when II T lluih, A W. On May 3J, a firm of butchers in I'm Una of fhift trimti will assure Ks readers, iruiuiuny, mai iur. Y Iteld, C. Ulihoii, receive apccla low rat he says in his heart, ''There is no God." Yan, N. Y , purchased a steer from Mr S It. Colib, A Lei I HuhW, Blaine is stronger thin he was the day after tau ol II,'. 1 .mptny iM,t, & I Radicalism, which means tho uprooting Sutton, of Milo. While it wis being taken D. IthodM, .u ,w,f c,p ATVOKl for P cVi roulci IHln rCellr, G. A. Boston Advertiser. nomination. his n ft A J V Oorcr W C. MtCoriuaca, I nillablll. (radix) of all I' institutions and away it escaped from the man having it in ..W.FT...CT, r,f. (..!. Cartrr Jt I) I.ytU, republicona led by customs of Vfe'arw running cur In West Virginia the eptnnlrg T. J. Hill, J. W.Wralkttlnrd. antiquity and remodelling them charge. No search was made for it at once, and dolneguol work. mill f .r f'tnlluind by Wool nil N ttnt Wiu. IlurtMi, eiprni C. VAnoy, Elkins, have formed an alliance with the with new ones, suited to tbe age of pro J S. Murphy, but a few days later an employee of the to u and returned Mine war, m k xrcnw teriuc-l- y J. A. Karri'. In bundle. Carding walla rollf, Mark ! tt". Carter, Greenbackers, and the practical Elkins JMcllllf. gress e. c , the revolution of the laws Ed. Carter. was sent to Mrs. Sut- and mixed 10 ita , per iKiuud when itrravs 11 J. II. McAlltter, who has just resigned tbe presidency of a which hafe hitherto been marks of civiliza- owners of the animal 2 c nM a : JeJ when we fumlili it fend on T J Koatr. J. D Jituej, a T. M. White, J. Q Stonlitsiuery Southwestern home, to tis to tions, even to the confiscation of all proper- ton's to recover it, it being supposed that it your wool aud giro m '. trial bank in his M.i: Mareuui, U'ATSOX .fr SOX, Mr. J. J. Moperfy, t. u MttchalUtiurit, Ky M.T Kuweit, W. E. Aun give his whole time to the canvass says ty and the levelling of society from the had returned to its enclosure. It had not Oi lomlrril Holla i. In (,0:d at lb litimuat A. 1. Newland. been seen and a search of several days failII. J. Dariu that carrying that State will be ''a question highest upward to the lowest downward. 3 A r yTltad Ulrtai. ed to reveal any trace of it. Recently some ufli.rn ! .,HIM,1 at, T1" h,h"1 ! I and Clayton, hiih trri " of finance." E'kina Socialism and communism, which assertapostles of the spoils system, are Blaine's ed that men have a common right to the boys were passing through a brush lot on o . ., ''"!'' 11. TraJ V.rL. ItTlUHT'.S Hl'KC'iriC, r,w ""' v ;.' .Tl.l. real reliance now, as they were at Chicago, things of this world, which are to be Divid Mrs. Sutton's farm and they discovered tho long lost steer. A long rope bad been tied KeeNsreat anxiety for the people of Stanford and Or AMiKK'o.s, and the canvaai is already saturated with ed among them equally. Property becomes tW-'- l lltc (treat Kiiirllili Jteincdr, lil.-lH- HlvrUKll aiM j, M, h, , to Ky to its horns to drive by and when it escap Lincoln county and promlaei !.!. do thafH fair -thing ,.! .!.In....- klu '--r smtm And yet the early Massa their methods. is potlMrtriir a thing of naught. No man has a.right to ed it bad gone to the brush lot, where the Men-The InJoa A '.aucashlre Iniumuce Co , of. V. 'AJ ry,a Ias .f Hralu fur Weak Nrous -Power are ti.zM.non, nr Llierpool, who chusetts mas meeting sougtit to impress more than bis neighbor share and share I; h ' 'wli. whirl, hsbauiuoq, MBllBal U'eik -, will hrlpall, ofM.u.r rHi u h.o rope became entangled in a fallen tree, and The Itoyal, ot I.lTerpMl,aital 8JS.X7 ,li, or upon the volets that the election issue was alike to be enjoyed equally by the indus Iiuiwtrnry, and llenrral Im , n ,j,i, wmMuionry fi.hi awar than anylbiu; The Lancaihlre, of M.inchcita:, nweti oier fu,of held tbe steer a prisoner. For sixty days 000,000. I'owrrot the iearatlr l)rin, "rkrs at.ilHIHr aure. At r,r'inal-muo 4 to be one of "principles" and not of men. trious and the indolent, the drunken and i ti.l all .Hu.... ...a, fc.lt. . , ui..,t. Main v ." n t niniw M.m.r !.. Imprti ... .. if. ""- tUy nf aljuitmtnt it had remained in the brush, without one IIV ;rrwi (if (I ;yai Dtiora Til nwnj. qurnrr ot youthful leoc ot "The man who would be a democrat in the sober, the pottenot of ten talents and ( . rkViut tbr) nmol matured yiutt, such Trai.Vark. uiih.'.jixj 1M) ,Lti drop of water and with nothing to eat ex- and New York and a republican in Vermont is tbe poMtsjor of one. as i inn Uultu.ir. rain in tti Write tohtniorcall oa hlui at Ijiiic.nter,.Ky cept the bark and leaves of the bushes back. DltiinMs of Vlsfob, d of & blanked fool," once said Col. Hooker, Nihilism, which carries forward into ac .K,ard Jusny utrrrdit- about it and tbe sod, which it had eaten as tha- - lr. to lnanltr republiVermont, now a member of tho ri tion tbe ideas of all preceeding and swalInallriKMot he mi it can National Committee. That is the lows up in itself radicalism, socialism and far around as could reach. The steer was VknMu11i ptilar ails likn,--.y & chsrui, rMturlnt lo, Ithat the republicans are for communism and in order to realize them alive and reduced almost to n skeleton. It party motto or, Kitifitf to the tya a lirll jot Chicago an4 sfurLllag Wsuty, to thfiiwl hard money in Massachusetts and for assert it to be right to destroy by sesassi-natio- n is estimated that it lost at least 000 pounds tnerwy ofliealtu. AflarTakmir, of flesh during its two months' fast. The West Virginia. All things greenbacks in or murder, in secret or openly, by oMurrayi.rlncls llby all Druulsia at THf. OXrr LINK IlLNNIMi II pr packa,-- , ur Ma parkas ( i Alwly to all men, and anything to win. Such is poison or tbe dagger, all who stand in its butchers say it will live and soon be as fat E. H. BURNSIDE, uiall. as ever. IK- irr, on tu ripluf jr.i the creed and practice of the patty with a way all kings and governors and rulers, Kull pirtlc itars in pampfalH, which r Cars! One of the stone masons at work on the This Old AND 30UII lltAl.Vs Woll - Known iul I ft io ry appll. abt. Ad lrM allwill noble pant. -- Springfield Republican. N. Y. Herald. rasouffe'turarw. Washington monument told a reporter Hotol Still Maintains its LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Jtl'ltlt.t V Ml.imiSK t o., John II. Cowie and fifteen other indeWomen in Sleeping Cabs. A mtn that the submit of the monument is a ter- Mo . In High Ka.nty,and all by IVnny xtaufcrl Mi.VMtvr pendent republicans of Baflalo, have issued can get into a berth and shuck himeeif DruKslitt rrerrwhir rible place to be during a thunderstorm, AN an address giving the result of their inves- very comfortably. He can stand on his Aariua pKira A ( Whoifiale .juts. flehadreeothe lightning ffiehing about, LouliTllle, Ky iSwi'"':sa,,jw,,,hb,::w '"", tigation of the Cleveland scandal. Tbey knees and duck his head and take off some Ji It Proprietor is Determined that I above and below him, while the thunder it Shall be Second to no Country felt it their duty to examine these stories in of hu clothes and then be can lay down on (IrcpnraMlo, ( ranfor.lslc, Ufajtt'o peals almost knocked him from his feet. Hotel in the State in its Fare, nml Ciilcnsn niuiimi detail, not to satisfy themselves but to sat-is- his shoulders or tbe back of his neck and rju niniiirc. "I have eeen," he Md, "a great ffnh of Appointments, or AttenE others. They say that the general kick offother articles of wearing apparel, HfI t to Comfort of tion lightning blaze and crackle among the r rr r,7iit- aTA charges ofdrunkennessand gross immorality because whn the buttons are unbuttoned, Dslly v their Gueiti. IHy ironwork above my head, and then follow which were made against Gov. Cleveland his clothes are as liable to come of in the Lta. llt.Tlll, 7 pw a l a tu girders through the inside to the ground the Arr OrrnatIe Uiasaaa will ha coateyeJ to aad from tha d are absolutely false. His reputation for dark as in tbe light. But it is different llllll. '.' 01 p n, " (lawronlirllle illuminating the dark interior free of chares. .Special aerommodatl ani !Mim I '! p. tu East " Lafayette morality has been good, The charge that with a woman. Her clothes are pinned on brilliantly n a n Ii Ll to CommsrclalTraralars. The liar n III " CbUago for an Instant and filling the air with a roa 7 Wain & M Ii alrrata aaptillad wltk the eholeatt iu he has recently taken part in a drunken with all kinds of pins, from the safety pin brands of Llqgort aid CI aars, " The tront sulphurous mell stillrrctrimi.. with oalr a. ibangenl Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. eara, loan and licentious debauch in Buffalo on the to the darning needle, tied on with strings, Nebraska ' uni?ir. Ju','!r'f.!'f"""lo a Idrci occasion of a visit here is entirely false. hooked on with hooks and eyes, buckled on To Clean Plush. That plush may be The only line running M.LLMI, II. I' A College. IJ- The facts of the Halpin case show that (be with buckles and put on in many ways on cleaned is a fact of interest; children's plush U'llltlil. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS woman was not seduced, and that the alle- ly known to tbe fair sex. Give her a large coats that have become soiled on tbe front STANFORD, KY. gations respecting her abduction and ill enough room, three or four gas lamps and a can be softly and delicately 'ponged with KENTUCKY CENIflAL treatment are entirely false. The circum- large mirror and plenty of time and she a little borax and water, withjtit injury; a (1 With a Full Corps of Teachers, stances occurred years ago. The woman in can't find nearly all of the pins, strings, teaspoonfui of powdered borsx to netrly a rao "iIlne(.rHSN ltotlfe., question was at that time thirty or forty hooka and eyes, buckles, etc., and what she quart of water ia the proper proportion; use This Institution will epu Its Kif tenth Ion I.oiilHvllIc,l'iiicltiiiHllau(lL,ex-liiXlon- , tbe lit Monday In rieptambtr nxt. years old and had no children. The two can find she can break at night and tie up a ytrj soft sponge and, by the way, a Ky., clergymen, whose profession had been in the morning; but place her in a small sponge may be softened by boiling it in ALL THE BRANCHES OK A evoked to give weight to there charges, berth in tbe dark, with only one or two clear water; then tike it out and rinse it in raoM haTe.no personal knowledge of tie facta eyes to watch all tbe holes in the cur- several waters; if not softened sufficiently, THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE ConnKtlng in same diot with fast trains tor Central Kentucky to All Pointi North, Eait,Weit & Southwest. The republiptn national committee seems tain to ree if anybody is looking and t,wo repeat the boiling and rinsing process. Are taught, u wall as 1ST to have recognized the fact that it cou'd small hands to find things to unfasten, and Chicago Journal. Kat Lino ltt,twn MUSIC, THE LANODAOEB, DRAW not directly solicit contributions from em- she is in bad box. Peck's Sun. IaGXIXUTO.V A-- CI.VC'I.V.N ATI. INO AND PAINTING. Sir Wra. 11., being at a parish meeting, The Direct Route toLynchbunr, Dan ployes in the public eervice without subCchiduleln Effuct June 8. Ittl. ville. Norfolk, made some proposals which were objected A Novel Rat Trap, An Illinois farmjecting to tbe penalties of the law the er has been successful in catching rata with to by a farmer. Highly enraged "Sir," Federal officeholders on the committee In All Virginia and Nortb Carolina 8ouru.ltoi.iD. !NbT4, Ho. t TRTT,' Dally Dally In Tuition, prices f 23 the hope of escaping this legal difficulty a a trap of his own contrivance. This trap says he to the farmer, ''do you know that regular Departments. range from 125, to (JO In Dally fi. bun Ex un Points. Primary, tor tickets and further Information, apply to Lve. Covington pipe, with a sort of I have been at two universities,. and two ISO; Preparatoiy, l0, and Collegiate, Intrrmedl non officeholders was ap. consists of a sheet-iroJ 50. ... 6 la p m your neaeat ticket office, or addreu at a in 3 mi f m university""' "Well, eir," " Falmouth . W. J llitin, 9 t a pointed and set to work in Wafhlogton rim on both ends and a strong two bushel colleges in each '. K. AltMIMI, " Cyuthlana .. Hi "PB II Ma (ii XS p iu In p ui AdrrrtlilogAgt , Tiiket and t'aw Ail., For full particular!, as to Board, Ac, address in sack tied firmly around one end. Every said the farmer, "what of that; I had a calf it pip Arr. Parts. . But this b"dyia mere agency of the, na p in II M LoulaTllIe. Ky MKH. H. O. TKUKIIKAKT, Jin fourth rlnrltml, I O. W.NVllTII, " Lexington .. . II 15 pm 13 W a iu s 17 pm II but one, that sucked two cowp, and the observation oianiorj, unoom uo kj, II. y. II'II.KII, Tbe assessments are hole is slopped in the corn-cripiu twpir tional committee. Lve Lea C A O Hy (leu'l MsnsKer, Oeo'l l'aaa'r Ag't. nwpia Arr Winchester, on the other I made wai the more he sucked the greater Klchmond, Virginia I H p in levied by order of the national committee, which opens into a feed-bolve. Parit side of the partition. Then the pipe is calf he grew." 10 1 p tu . to p iu and by it tbe money is to be received and Air. Wluchixir. in M t m a an p u . 'I ' MU Clover and timothy together make better The Civil placed in tbe feed box and fitted, the open -- LEARN Tltl'TH ABOLT TH- Eused for campaign purposes. Lve. WlncbealerT. l PM 3 00 p 1,1 ti?o pm Arr Itkbiaoixl . . U Tbe Service Association will do a good work in end firmly over the hole, allowing the sack hay tbad either grown separately a ui I H) r , "Mp j " Iinraiter .. .i t - p I. " IbiwUnd testing the question whether this proceed- to hang over the edge of the box into the timothy enables the farmer to cure (he Iht All the News for One Cent! It ll & manger. The trap is prepared, the door of with less danger of spoiling, and the clov (;, ing is not a violation of the luw passed to hu I, II Noani-llo- t ,vo. Dally Dslly check a noiorious political abuse and to the crib is left open and the rats permitted er adds nutritive value to the hay which Dally. Ex bun tx tiUf. to have their own way for an hour or bo. that made from timothy alone doe not protect Government employes against an Lve Itiwland V 00 a tu OIItClTIsATIOX ISOW ,000. Only New York Then the door is shut and u noise made to poseees. imposition, " Lull aitir outrageous W ui " Plchmood wblib pasicnjcrs from Ihellnanl the Cincinnati frighten tbe rat?. Having but one means '" p w I to a m average power of Niagara Falls b Dellvfied hy loj s to The n, World. " Wlnebniif . ttie houaei ol niticrllr In Niutlioru Hallway have .' siiiiiiilHin'I ruiiN. .v, r iMMiter Hie wine t mns and Tillfet nlililn ivO mil ut ln- icr in Among tbe democrats tbe daugerous of escape, they rush into the pipe and down estimated at 7,000,000 hcrse power nnd tho Arr. depot the Oraud LVutral I'uoiint stttou clnnatl tlir uintit oi puhilrAtijn cr i he I.TO 3 flu p iu I S) rats coat of a plant nccoi-earto utilize this powu, ' elements are in opposition to the candi- into tho sack. He caught twenty-sevestati uint l.y rival llw-- tlut there is an omnibus Air Lexington in Xt UluUlluj, I S U n i,i i n ,, ... "I. 8 Ui a tu transfer In Cincinnati, I"Iwhu the ClDilnnatl date'-, in the republican party the same the first time he tried bis trap er, transform it into electricity and transmit FOR O CENTS A WEEK. L h i. be ii K ) uuddliio.V Muitipjii it y. ! a Winchester UI IM I IS p m '.Hi m liberate mlirr) resentat'ou Arr Paris elements are oatirely satisfied with Blaine. il S'l p iu 1 IW p it anywhere within a radius of five hundred in s ' a i Dkesi atLo.no Bkancu Lsat evening BY MAIL 25c A MONTH. Lvn Paris.. .. 40 p ui 18 p !,llln '"oninu 10 This is a point of the utmost significance, 1 mw the iillUJTftAI.NSUtwwnCInlllUUIIIJiulswltbout tramlerTHHofHII- Arr CtuUimia .. I ti p w 1a!Mp m ii aa ii lite,t Htartling novelty in dresi, miles, at $5,000,000,000. ID iu Krlmoutli clnnatl audit "o p U lorpnifE. is: i in and as the canvass proceeds will do much woru by a young s Latest Telegraphic New-- ! s ''.ivlngion aud naguat luttrmi-dlatlady who waa waltzing One of the ISoston theatres is now occuoitits liy any ji0 ti ia ft a p iu n M a ii,. ,i to strengthen and Boiidify the democratic with a non of Sir Latest Market Reports. I'tlierrouto via (In ,tnatl yuii bave a midnight Huh Allen, a youth re- - pied by no other employes than women, change of cars. .HIV.SVII.I.K HltlN'CH. iorces. will nave no mercen- mirkable for his combinition of lilac vent by whom all the parts in an opera are playTifno r"nDln ,wo "'"y 1 rtt aries to ruward because of personal ser- and tweed V"--I'lni lui.ati at 7orenlUK tralus to I'j- I.ouU, lravlng So f trousers and coat. The young ed, tbe tickets are sold und collected, audim and S p in Hokiii.Uouni). Sunday Dally srngers from tbeouth tailing to connect with tie vices. He will not owe his election to lady id nly. r.x. Sun Ex Ht a Phlladelphian, a beauty and an tors shown to their seats and the orchestral Erva-rs'Tas lirst train, can take the wlikti iiukeecou- Tammany or to General Butler; he will 'I heiress. She was encased in a flesh color- music mailsj Aiply toOHite. Nus. ji, 07 and 0. J.ongwtrth.st. ti'itioii villi all inonimg trains from at. Louts to Lve Oirlntoiu .. 2 00 pT, uiu n m anu rturtnweai owe it to the intelligent, patriotic inatees, ed M silk, "tailored" to her fi'Te so close-l't"r'',u Cincinnati A . m.i,. Arnica Satire. Bucken's F.ilKi Olllv JUllie.--t Uuls utnler otio ,rr Jiiiiertm.'v . S 10 a o ta u i 'i'l IIi :u wise to be misled by demagogues and too in VIII, that every curve and bend of it was ex! Tho beat Salre In the world for Cuts, Brutus, m, nos A PKIGEW, watugnunu, and Ju conseunice l the ouly Hue " (iirllale too much in earnest to be which c in guarantee a continuous trip. tf. " Johns in , posed. The sleeves fitted so tightly that Sorca, UImm, Salt Rheum, l'ever Sores, Titter, .,, ti t, . by tbe clamors of a crowd of Hessians. Four .'olid Dally Trains Cincinnati to til. Louis ' 10 00 a in tOKl . , 7 ., pin she could hardly raiie her arm to her part- Chapped Ilandi, ChllbUlm, Corna, and nonil bkln J riry Car in IIjom 1 rains Huns Ihiougb. Parpay reEruptions and positively curoa 1'ilei, or ask is a good and All that these supporters No lor Csis an- Hun on Dsy Tralus. ralaio tin. ;" ner's shoulder, and every respiration was quired. Is Is guaranteed to glre perfeit satisfacft" AND- sleeping tars on Night Trains. No Humlay 1)3 clean Government, which Blaine could not visible. r ii.ii. tion or inoucy rolun Jed. l'rlcc 25 cents per Uoz. chaiifcO of Cats lot any (I km ol only. ,F.x. bun. Lx. frun give, though he himself were immaculate. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL pjiwngcts. Kverr pasergr Lve Msyavllio . Over (bid silk was a plain For sale by Penny A McAHter. I IS p m 5 has H seat in a Thiougb Car Ail in 12 " .Tobnson .. rm Blaine's followers intend to have their 1 ."7 p ui pssscngurs are curried on T.xpri'Ss drapery of exquisite black lace, the effect FOR 83.60, Very Remarkable Discovery. 80a m 12 41 piu " Carlisle, . 2 V P m " il a iu l Trains' Tliorfhortot and (JulcLeat Line Courier Jour- of which get it. if they can ih p m " MHIerslmr Mrs. Geo. V. Willing, of Mancheater. Mich., was absolutely startling the wearfrom Cincinnati to ot IjuIi! No omnibus 8 li3 p m 41 a in l , , Arr Pirl nurse, "Without scrip 3 K p iu S 10 n in 2 j; pm nal. er appearing like a flesh tinted marble fig- writes: "My wife has been almost Utlpless fcr live KranKcllst. Gftore or Jiames. or, The Mountain a transfer lu Cincinnati for pasiengers irom C.S.It.R. io " Lex I O. Tho lilstorr of . i J5 ii m 9 10 n m fi m n m years, o belpi'ti that she oould not turn over In Consecrated Life, the Tho New York Herald says: "Meantime ure under black veiJ.-In- ter ' "viiifclon of Its hllent Thoughts i; ui p tu II :iOa m 6 til i w h Ocean. bed alone. She used two bottles of Electric Bit auuaiiooz oi us runic i Itcraiujs ' O'Uro; S?M,'" the Herald advises all its readers to vote bound in bevelled boards and timed doth ritn ters and Is so much iiuproTod that she Is now able Kilt motto on coTerj 630 pagoi; via Louisville, Fields that are red with sorrel should be steel eDKriTlog of the democratic ticket. Every vote cast for o U, ilslly, leave I'u mouth, i; nn to do her own work." Kloctilc Hitters will do all """K " ii""'-- ' jiiiuiusrtviura oi Jiatle, lUBp ol 2 Solid ' .'"' Cleveland and Hendricks helps to defeat plowed as soon as possible in order to pre- that Is claimed for theui. Hundreds ol testimoni"tho Vanished City," 7 pages, in Ilia front and S M. niivo'cio;? In 10 hours, with throjgh Day an J tIeeiw vent seeding. In mo-- t cases exce.a of sor- als attest their great curative lcweit. Only fifty in the bpek tiy Icnvrs n) fo s'mllos or exact re- lug Cars. . the Blaine combination, which ia the most UPlll 111 111 jn productions In size and color ol Ink of the Inscripio. umatatements contrary t' the above are de- ;,r.r,T.Ji.mitiilar on5 ly, leave Fslmouth 8 ti.'iu i tions mado by the Hvangoilst himself in his mounucandalous and mischievous, for every hon- rel indicates a deficiency iu lime or potash, cents a bottlo at Penny A McAIIster's. ?nKtoii and persons making No.W .dally tain lllble. illustrating In a compact form his liberate mis WX,ZlWrftoi-in.- ' est and legitimate interest of tha country, wntch are required (or growing good clovFaith, This !;, la u comnleto history of tbe them are unworthy the colli lance of tho public? arrive Ix ntou y m Viu. An Editor's Tribute. not only In these, but I? other nutters. cent ,,,d.y, lcve maw. IhoprlvatbdUru ioo pages reveal tbe 3oVmi3arJr".lv,rP?r er. The application of these materials will that has ever been made up. Gor. CleveTberon P, Kcator, editor of tho Tort Wayne (In- inmost nature of tl- Kvaogellst ami are made first time iu this book. has shown himself honest,capable and secure a clover catch whese growth will diana) Gatelte, writes: "For the past fhe years land !Ib&P.!,!2 Ibe Kaltb Do Not be Healing cbnpter-- 01 the blitory, tbe Hallway guarantees the correctties of lu only. Trains" os.Can,' wniCh1,,vr'""1 courageous in the great office of Governor smother the sorrel while oung. It is this bare always used Dr. King's New Discovery, for urKunieni anu an me psgcs-gliiiuiirni piunnes bearingen ajppl J ri, welt as tor coughs of the most were character, ia statements and every promise uiado tbe public, and Lexington wlutntcror Paris tin full. It is tbnt lu of New York. The qualities he has there effect of these alkaline manures in causing thoseof a milder type. It norer fulls to etlect a Kentucky home, alookshould ahouhi be bo every will be carried out to tbe letter. "'-"- f"' T and and certainly owned i ,i i '. For lull and reliable Information In regard to Wlnclieslcr by every convert of (leorge Barnes. clover growth rather than the direct effect peedy cure. My friends to whom I have shown are urgently needed in the PresiThe book can Land, Ac, In the Western Mates, alapi, ween bo obtained nowheie elo Guides J3.M. By and his election will make that of the alkali in correcting "sourness" of the it speak of it In tho same high terms. Hav- special arrangement with for lest thanwho having and lowest special rates for TKkctaand Household 01i.''.0.mforVBCnd,,W,.,bSWI,;'.rl 'N ews, dency, the author, ing been cured by It of every cough that I hare removed to New York, has laruvlr withdrawn all Uools to all points West tall on or address 'change' which all good citizens feel to be roil that rids it of sorrel, A dressing of O. II. AWOP. had for five years, I consider It the only reliable agenres, the book (IJ.tSO) and tho Skmi-V- , kkklt Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Hallway, necessary. stable manure will sometimes have the and sure cure for Coughs, Colds, etc." Call at itkhiok JouaWAL (t.) arc oflered together for Uarrodsburs, the price of the "Life of Barnes" alone, the two W. W.PEAHODY, The thermometer reached 150 ia Lon- same effect as lime or potash. So also will Penny McAIIster's Drug store and get a Tree lorS8.60. Address ,W.B. 8IIATTUC, W. 1 W.ILTOX, Pres't and Oen'i Man'gr, K o. w. HT,r- " Oen'l PassrAct. 11th. gypsum. don on the TBnton Joubsal, Stanford, Ky Trial Uottle. Largesltegl, n. Clntinnatr.Ohlo, rw "" 'tncieari V0 ptiiri ft 1 r4i Hj-- ,i",, pill iil'gUiLL. JLJ1.1M mi. ii I -- UlgglVii'Jia Through Trunk Line Attorney ftruud Couibi nation Court-hom- e. DCNTIHT, Weekly Courier Journnl l, HfmU iteiuK-rat-ican- SOUTH & WEST s5!ffi W. ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! PER POSTED Carm-nte- EAT tr Wool Carding Spinning Sli, time-honore- d V- Peerless Traction Engine. neyi:k iiiutgIv vv:?,sj:. Ij STO-J- i.a ti:sj ' i Fire Pire Fire KiWAini) ""' .""' x,' I.rlll 't?r I an !)- i"n)ii mm m '' I'rwa-luraOl- MYERS HOTEL, Pi1 "toOmSOX ItOIJTE." Louisville, New Albany y; STANFORD. KY. Fropr aud Roputation, lili rWai Railway. -- ' Pullman Palace tothl " fy I Kentucky's Route Stanford Female A SOlSDTEArN WASHINGTON CITY. I Se-o- Shortest Quickest Kouie e wYorls.. TERMS MODE KATE. f & b Ar x Cincinnati Evening Post. Independent in Politics! n . Mississippi The Line X?f MtikX i S- I 1 rti ' , ,. .'t ''I'llftOlllv TRY IT FOR ag wa MONTH! Tho Onlv ' i. I IIr y lilt, ....., panic-smcLi- Life of Geo. 0. Barnes - Boi'Tll-IlyUN- ' ekin-fiittin- i, 0- -. . Jtet-or- 'The Direct Route Daily Trains W?0ff:.Sri''is, Deceived a - ves ''" recoui-uieud- i jt '..fah.&WSitSSt! wt;,rw icne,.iij.nmer. Osjo. SSRii,JL--' ivi. gt