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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884082601 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. K '- -4 Jfi 41 1141 VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 26, SWITZERLAND. 1884. Democratic Pnmaiy 'It .ton. house of all substantial temporal blessing? In ntevrdance with tho order of the Con Why should it not have the place of honor grtfloiml Commitleo of the S:h district, and be where they can always see it and which flxed Sutirday, September dih, be- - j perpetual reminder AC oLLti bY btU. U. BAKNtb even smell itriches in present and to every teen the hours of 7 a m acd 7 v. M . M sense of the prospectthe lime for holding n primary election to ive possession? And so they are proud of I'ltA-IHIrfIlJ3 JOOIIIV their dung heaps, they gloat over them, nominate a oondidstv for CjngrtM, I hereby , name the oflictts of laid election in the PiiK de Joi-x(on the Juras) Canton they compare them as we compare carriages virions pneinots ol Lincoln county ami Vasd, Svvitzehlani), July 12ih, 18S1. or horses or villas or lawns or farms; they request the gentlemen ntmed to be prompt, Dtar In' trior delight in the growing size of the unsavory ly on hand at the specified lltnf. Two days only, we remained nt mess; they pat It and pet it and seem never Htanfonl, ,S.tu 1". Harrix, Jih'i A. Allen LatiMnne and then accompanied the dear to dretm that it can possibly have an ofJno. II Miller, jndget; Hull Dudderrar, Diifours to their mountain retreat, deciib-e- d fensive feature about il; only its beautiis geographically a above. A "pre" is n are sten, for love is ever blind, whatever thenl); John M l'hiiip, oUrk. iVrry Land, Joi'e Kifle mountain meadow, "Joux" i the district its object. Beslly, I learned not a little Hustonvillr, slid Florence Yowell, judesj Jimei I1, we have come to. Over the high range lesson, as I pondered on this fondness for visible from ourbick window lie the "Lac Uuode, eheiilT; Carroll Htid, clerk. manure exhibited by this very neat and rurnemille, Jno, O Neil, Jo. Uailey deJotix" (or lake of Joux, still in the cleanly people It was something fresh, if and Clsrk C judgfe; Jtc M. Cirter, eame precinct. This put tf the Swiss ter- not refreshing Io one who had always chefr-iheritory is devoted almost exclusively to grazshenil; Hoht (5iTrn, clerk the thought that such things were Crab Uchaid, It II. Mrotnugh, John ing purposes and the manufacturo of cheese best In back stable yards. But the Swiss liiiley and A. Ctron, juUes, Jno. M. flig-gin- The elevation of our pleaant location is farmer is not ashamed of his beet friend, but between 6 and 0 thousand feet. The range glories in Hlientl; V 0 Hit ford, clerk. him, and parades him fondly Walnut Flat, Jno. Lrnn, John S. Owsley of mountain is that of the Jurat, at dis- "under your very nose" emphatically II Itinis, jiu'gts I'at Nupier, eherifl; tinct from the Alp?. The air is very pure and says in other terms "love me, love my and bracing. Mirxh Colley, clerk, dog." You must take both or leave both, fe arrived at Ltusaune on Wednesday for we are inseparable. Wayiie.burg, Lkai G, Gooch, Jno. L. It astonishes me and left Friday. Ten miles of railway to f, Hall and Dtviil K liion, jiidgtn; Clark think how my own disgust has worked so jiurney helped ua a good deal. It brought quickly away Mtirntl'; E. 11 Caldwell, Jr., cltrk. m it has done; partly perhaps lying at the because I Highland, A Her.ry.Ji Smith nnd Jor. u to the nation of have a very plebian proboscis liaugb, judge; Jno. .Curpfiiter, sherifl; D. foot of a great hill, on the summit of that rather rtfuses to smell anything less which the quaint old towu of the same odoriferous A. liiugh, clerk. than a pink or an old fashioned The voting it to be iva voce and "all name doses away a retired existence; the en- rose, Or a marigold and whoie very coarsegood democrats who have generally voted trance and exit of the diligence, apparently ned, though it loses some delicate fragrance the democratic ticket are legal voter and btirg the greatest item of its daily life, has proved rather "a blessing iu disguise" all young men who will bt qualified voters Here Vernon and I cquipted ounelves, as in this world where one hni ten bad smells at the November election and declare an did the Udie, with straw hats at a cost of to one good one, but chiefly, I believe by intrntion to act with the dtmocritic party 70 centimes li cent) each, and it was a putting myself in a Swiss peasant's place are qualifiid voter at this election. The good birgain as we afterwards discovered. and looking at it from his "common-sense- " pjll b.ioks (f each precinct are to be signed A draught of goat's milk, which a residence standpoint. After all how arepleasure and by the cflicers Miid returned to the ohnir-rus- n in Mexico when a young man accustomed pain, sweet and bitter, fragrance and noisof the county ciuimittce ss soon at me to, so that I almost learned to like the ome odor, ceparated by a wall of tisiue ! poib!e; no later than the ecnd diy there-- , rank Ihvored stuff, quenched thirst nicely, (Continued next luuc.) and we rattled out of Ccssonay in good after. J. E Lvx.v, ( hum Dem. Co Corn. spirits with a s drive before us. The Assassin ot Lincoln. It took two vehicles to accommodate the Coming, John 3 Dtns' Monster Shows. After his flight from the theatre J. party. Mons Dufour, his three daughters, Wilkes Booth was at last discovered In & Thin mammoth orgaiiiztlion which will appear at Stinford Sttunlay Sept. 0, ir, a (Jeruian lady frienJ iwhom Vernon and barn on Garrett's farm, near Port Koyal, ' aud the rts'. "Am-cli,- " on the llippahannock, by Col. Baker, of without a doubt, one of the I truest and I called "MadamoiKelle and whose real full name I declined the Detective supported by fifty let fhiiws thai ha ever beu placed on the to commit to memory with Vernon cloiely men with cirbines and pistols. Booth re Hesdvihat the LoitUfllle C'cMner-.twmroid filled the interior of one vehicle. I eat on fused to surrender and begged a rayr. chance John 11. Porift' New Moiit-- fhow con- the box with the coachman. The other for his life, saying he would never taken solidated with lhe Great Inter Ocean, con-tai- "trap" was a sort of spring wagon, one seat- be taken alive. Baker replied that ho did all the noyellics kruwii to the circus ed nnd filled with boxes and bags multitu- not come there to fight but to capture him. dinous, and Julie, the cook, besides the Immediately Sergeant Conger set fire to world. The menagerie and ring last and new are the ruip!etttl ever given driver. Julie is pint middle age and an thelbarn. The lIrorff correspondent says. N) show in the country indispensible oddity in the Dufour domes- "The bUza lit up the black recesses of the to the public. DjiU' in the extmtand variety tic tconoMv. To see her wrestling with great birn till every wasp's nest and cob ran rurp of it features, and certainly there U no our appalling multiplicity of packages at web in the roof was visible, flinging slreiks manager who has so uniformly and unvary- the railway station, with Miss Helene, prn-ci- l of red and violet acrcta the tumbled farm in hand, checking off the list she had gear in the corner, and making every sepingly siticfied hi numerous patronr and it i Iu3K)anble to enumerate all the special thoughtfully taken at Lausanne before arate grain in the bin adjacent gleam like attractions of thit mammoth ibow. There etarting, and the good old woman's sigh of a mote of precious gold. They tinged the up musing," beams, the upright columns, the barricades are over forty different acts to be teen in relief when non "turned ring end on the elevated stage. would have been a subject for a painter. where clover nod timothy, piled high, held three Tlife act emhrare, bfiides the ordinary Our driver wat the image of our old friend toward the hot incendiary their separate circus perfcrmarcet of riding, tumbling, Jimmy Owens, and we "took to him" at straws for the funeral pile. At the gleam leaping, etc., such new and astonishing once for his resemblance, that stirred so of the fire, Wilkes dropped his crutch and He drove a carbine and on his hands crept to the spot features at a troupe of performing Turks, many "moving memories." good strong span of hones and did it well, to spy the incendiary and ehoot him detd also in the ricg, a racred white spotted elephant, "TiiEOOOitl't"," aerial Bicyclists, But he had a queer way of making them His eyes were lustrous with fever and Holler hktttM, Trick Elephant', trained "get up." It wai not the "cluck" that swelled and rolled in terrible beauty, and animal and wild beasts are to be een in horeemen at home are familiar with, .but a he wore the expression of one In the calm" very like the ness before frenxy. In vain he peered; the profuslm, and every kind of entertainment ."ft of suppressed c I mated to ueiigru me numan neari is sound we make in calling up pigs to their blaza that made him visible concealed to be found under Doris' monster canvas. supper or breakfast, only not to loud. The his enemy. A second he turned, glaring at The press in general is unanimous in de- horses perfectly understood it, and respond- the fire at if to leap upon it and extinguish claring it the best cir run and menagerie on ed in quickened gait, only it seemed very it, but it had made such headway this was the road " stiaoge to me how they could get anything futile, and he abandoned it. As calmly as in tic moonlight, and the out of such a sound to stimulate them to upon a battle field a veteran stands amidst They were the hail of ball and shell and pluoginf; sdemn witchery of the hour had touched "noble deeds.' After topping the Cossonay hill by a iron, Booth turned at a man's stride and him, but hadn't quite reached her. "My dear MIm Annie," he gurgled, "do beautiful winding road perfectly macad- pushed for the door, carbine in poise, and you know that I lovo you better than any- amized, and lined with noble cherry trees with the last rcolve of death, which we from which the fruit has been lately pluck one else in the world''' name despair, set on his high, bloodless "You have told mc so, Mr. Softhead." edwe struck across a lovely volley of forrhead." At this instant Sergt. Corbett eight or ten mile in width, that was cultt fired through a crevice into the burning she anaweied in a tone of doubt. vated like a garden, with pretty villagej at building and shot Booth in the neck. Ho "And do you believe me?" '"Well, 1 suppose I'll have to. They say, short intervals, nestling in orchards of pears waa carried out and lait1 upon the grass, you knew, that children and fools tell the aud npplei and cherries, "as pretty as a He dud about four hours alter he was piclnre." Up and over the gently undulat- shot. His body was taken to 'Washington the truth, and you nrc no child, Mr ing surface "Jimmy" drove us.slowly walk-in- g City. On the night of the 27th of April a A cloud pisred over the moon, and the his team up the little hills aud then small t received his remains, ard young man escaped in the darkness with a "pjo-wee- " away they would go down no one save two men, it is said, know the Merchant Traveler hill, or on the level in a long sweeping trot place or manner of his sepulchre. Bkhiht'd DiiEask A douhlo handful that pleasantly stirred the warm air and Of tho 111 sessions of i Congress, twenty of common white soup ftuced our heated faces most delightfully. ol the dry K)d seven have lasted over 200 dayp, the last beans or corn beans boiled slowly for three The villages are all the same, built of stone included, The longest was the first hour in three quarts of water until it is re- rough and smooth; roofs of red tiles; streets one days, from sensionof theThirty-first-30duced to three pints. Tnke hot or cold. craoked and narrow; very clean to look nt December?, 1819, to September 30, 1850. Take no other drink. This simple reme- externally; fountain) gushing at conve dy i claimed to have effected cures in nient intervals and running day and night Statistics show that murderers sentenced Bright' disease as well as in dropsy. from water brought down from the contig- to prison for life live to an age loyond tho uous mountains in underground pipee; aversce of those who havo to work for The wife of a Methodist preacher in sjmetimei a pretty stream meandering a living amid the exposures of the outside Georgia taken turns with him at preaching. - world, Wtmn hta imruhlrimrs fn llin nld epntli. through to add its charm to the other pleast fature., and all very inviting and cozy You Can Have It man digging worm in the backyark they "My doar.wbat would I give to have your hair?" ami nomeiihe. vue ueiesiaoie urawuacK, Burlington Free know that it i day oil and the universal one of Swiss villages, It often snld by mUdlo Aged ladles to young ones. 1'rrM. Madaui, you may havo Just such hair. Parker's the ufanure heap is ever in the most con Hair Bahaiu will glTe It to you. It will stop your A million dollars in gold coin weighs spicuous place and apparently the most hair from falling off, restoro tho original color and coin 5S.0-2G3.G35.S pounds, in silver cherished "institution" of Swis domestic make it long, thick, soft and glossy. You need not 002,719 21, potiuds; a ton of gold i worth economy. It is usually about 20 feet stand helplessly envying tho girls, The Balsam Is and one of cilver S37.701.84. not oily, not a dyo, but is an elegant dressing and rquare and varying height, with regular Is especially recommended for cleanliness and pu KllEr. DISTHIllUTIOX. layers and iinUhed neatly all round with rlty. "What citutM thi grtMt ruth at McRobtrtt i ljng straw doubled and tucked between tho Ptngg't DriiR ft or'" Tli" fr ilUtrlliiill ju of unj Positive Cure for Piles, edges of the successive strata, exactly as C'miilinn.l Lun;Sw ,tli liottliflof Dr. llonnlio' To the people of this county we would say that nioit popular rrmely for C'ongtn, Col.If, oniunintlru apples ore confined when in the cider press w havo been given tho agency ol Dr. Marchlsl's mul Ilrouchltl uow ou tlio uiarl.it. l:.-uU-r i: SO ready for "squeezing. ' The process is that Italian Tile Ointment emphatically guaranteed rent t niul 31.00. to cure or mo.iey refunded Internal, Kxternal, of leaching, It is the liquid manure they Blind, Bleeding or Itching Tiles. Price 50 cenU CVltl". FOIL PI1.KS. want and every drop is carefully stored in alox. No cure, no pay. Penny X McAllster, ) jrKeuill') lllrfreiifinl lower part of tho ablomi-ti- , i cisterns to be carted to the fields in long Drugglstt. In Hi lck, lolin nrnl barrels aud ladled out upon the impover Daughters, Wives and Mothers. raining tho pAtlf lit to nippota h In tonw Affection We emphatically gutrantee Dr. Marchlsl't organ. t t!m. i, ished ground. The solid portions when ol thi kllntjrt or a female remedy, to cure Female Diseas ijmntnmi of Imtlsrtlcii oia pr.vut,a rUtulonr), duly rotted are also utilized and distributed. es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and uiiftulnuM of Hip stoiuteli, etc, A moUtur, lllto These agricultural "tarings banks" are the Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacemsnt or bearing rlration, producing n ery illsngrral: Itching, aftir gftlliiR warm, l n tiy common attenJant. source of the abundant crops, that make a down feeling, Irregalarlttlet, Barrenness, Change llllml, Weeding ami Itching riles )IU at ouco to thu Swiss village a thing of beautv and "a joy ef Life, Leucorrhcca, besides many weaknesses application of Dr. Ilowinko's Tllv Itml) , which acts forever" to look upon. The Swiss are em- springing from tho above, ltko Headache, Bloating, 8 plnal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nerrou deillrrctly upon tho parts MflVcte-!- , atnorbln; th inently ''utilitarians" and apparently with- bility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac- - For tale by Tuoiori, alia) Ing th Interna Itching anj affecting permanent cure. Price M) ctuts. AJJreJi the Pr. out fastidious olfactory cervca. What io druggists. Prices St and 11 CO per bottle. Bead noiunVoMe.lclne Co.; I'lquai Ohio.' tJuU by McBob-e- f them is an unsavory oder from this reeking to Dr. Marchlsl, UUca, N.Y., for pamphlet, fret. -- ' ta'Afi tVeu." pile at every1 Hoot? Is it not the' store For tale by Penny A McAllster, Druggists. 41CWk JUDGE M. J. DUUIIAM tt a Candidate for Congreas In the 8th Dlattlefc subject to the will of the Democracy. NEW SERIES.NUMBER.279 W. P. WALTON. JPubl I alt cd Ttirndnui unit orru dv Frlituv, COMING -- J A.II EN It R. .UcOHEART DisttleL-tubjoc- t a Candidate for Cnngreim In the Eighth to tho will ol the Democracy. 83.00 lI3It A.T11XUM When paid strictly la advance. K wi bare to wait aur tlmtf93.no will be charged. HUSTONVILLi, IJNCOLN COUNTY .A.- W. II. Il THOMPSON, Of laurel coinly, Ky., It a Csndldat for Btaia Uiiporviior of Taxes for the 8th Ujngressl oal District of Kentucky, Noferubtr election, 1881. liro. Halo ia coniimilng Ma meeting at the Baptl't church, preaching morning nud nfgh'. Dr. Cix preached M thi CarUtUn church Sunday afternoon. Bihop ft AlklnV traction engine twin Is exciting at much Interest aa a circus. Ii progrM along the highwaya him been Uiiih far attended with no accident, The WeU Kuilrr arc mootlnir the expediency of onranliting a btll clnh for tl e purpooe of redeeming the reputation of lie couuty. The rnl objection urged is that the game can not be played titling A. large number of iriendi of ISh deceived Irotu thi p'ao and turroumlisg country the home oflila biyhood -- attend ed thi obei'i!e of J .dg Hron on Son day. Ilia death tee mt to he deep! fnit and and sincerely deplored In nil pari of the county. Hit fuulty hare the waimri"l sympathy aa fir at hi genial nilnr., hi kindly pplrlt and hit blauiele life wens known HI work wit arretted at a period compar atirelr early, but he had gnrnrred a noblr harvest In the atlecliona of all who knr him. J.I) Oreeo hat not yet returned from Knoxvllle. Ilia last reort represent hit mother at btyond hope ofrfoorery. Mr. IJrcnt Htrnett, who ln been cick a lonir time, ii not materially Improved. Mr Wood, our Kjtinintren, hat been oontined byaicintat for eonie time, but m reported better. Mr. Sjc Owent liv reooverrd fromattrere attack of ciotrrt nnrbu. Her child it ttilleicf f K The I u ' L. Tucker, who were injured in the runa way aerapa lait week, are all doing well. IViah Duun and eon started for Siuth Carolina last week with a cir load of liorie HI addreM for the preerni I Iltrnwell EASTBERNSTADl, OiilnHny -- HON. W. S. YOUNG. We are authorized to announce the Ilto. W. 8, l oung, ol Laurel county, a Candidate to reprrweat the 81 h Congrtstlonal District, at a member oft h uoani oi rquaiuallon, subject to the artiat-nrtn-e Democratic parly at the primary election nplil v.. vuu r.lh to liA ....- - nn fhji v,u .law aI ua...w. flea. ,,Hj v, gtiiKujui! IMI, LAllCAHTKli ADThlVmEBK.Mh. IN- d mMiwmm n s, -- OJBJV'X"Xr-'X- HUnOXJO LAKCASTEB, KY. Office over Cltltent National Bank. Offiowhaara from 8 to 12 a. tf . and from 1 to 8 r. M. L. V. IIUHBtK. B. T. WALTEE Kej-njld- LANCASTER KY. Will practice In and adjoining eounttt and Court ot Appoalt OrBce In the Robinson block. South Bide Public Square. 1M-I- y (la-ra- nl A.TTOUNEV8 HUBBLE J, M. BD1BCR. & BUBDETT. A.T XsA.W. The Mighty Monarch of all Aggregations I ENTERPRISE Grocery. Jno. B.Doris' Imucanter, Keiituclcyy NEW MONSTER pa-per- GEO. D. BTODETT cfc COMBINED four-hour'- OCX, -- WITH The Grout Infer.Occuu, 12 UAVI Lately been Making Extensive Additions To Their Stock oi al Mammoth Shows in One, 12 r Museum, Menagerie, JruTcrJHYT. Aquarium ! sea-eo- 3 Police Judge, U J K M. hie resign-e- d hia potitiou ai Jiid ui .n. .lci. Don't forget the hop at the llaycea Hotel Wednesday ercniug at 7 i: u. A jcial inriUtlooflt extended to all. The Altarnont Coal Co, ronliuuta to iocreane their capacity. They are now loading from 18 to il'J car- -, au average of nearly 10,000 bushels per day. The Lie Ingtton Coal Cj., we learn, are now making preparation to ahip oal direct from their minea tnall poInU on the Kentucky I ad. Rings, Circus and Elevated Thea- And now hiye tho Best Stock ia C tral Kentucky. They havo Parler tre Stage, 3; and Bed Boom Sets, Carpet, Unequalled iu Extent. Unparalleled In Cane and Penitentiary Attractions and Unrhnlled In Chairs, Marble Top, Excellence? Centre Stand & Ex Tho largest, Best aiyl only Motnter Show Com ing to stanioru llirt e)aion, at BlANrUitu, tension Tables, Woven Wine, Cot-te- n Top and Hair Folding led Lounges, Beds & Cots,WararobM and Sofas, and Everything XJs Sept in a Stores Hat-tresse- s, Saturday, Sep. 6. ThsOnly Itoyally Sacrtd Wonder re had the pleature of attrnding one of inee'-iDg- Mra. Lula Neild'a great temperance a at Twin Branch Church last Hunday. Although I traveled over about V2 mllea ol very rough road, I contidered myeelf well paid for my journey; and 1 mutt aay to the credit of the congregation of that place that I nerer waa at a more quiet place, considering the large crowd It wan estimated by agiettruany that there wat about 1,260 people In attendance. Mia Lucy Kre, of liarbourvllle, It tit. Iting Mm. O. D. llegley. Mr. and Mra J. 11. Farri, of Kaccoon Branch, paid Jan 1. Wearen a Titit laat Haturday. 8. J. Karris, of Hoonville, waa in town laat week, T. I). Fain ha gone to Jackson county on important butineat. Mr. H. C. Tbompwn and wife are taking in the Southern Exposition tint week. Mr. J. 1). Tye is expected home Mr.JJamea E. Durham, of Ksckciatle Hieer, it ytrj low with tlux D. W. Moore, who got tdlglrly bruised lu tLe luinm the other day, by rome slate (ill ing on him, i n w able to go around. Mi. JouMelrm, who ha been on the sick lid t"t the pift week, is able to be onthw Ktrtrt ngaiu Mr Kiltie Thompson I reported to be Improring slowly, after being confined to her room for about 10 month. Squire Jerry Limousin in town on ollicial buri-n- e in the place of ex Judge (!. T FHrri". Call for fair Play. To the 1lllorof the InterlurJcurn.il Mt. Vkunojj, Aug. 23; Your corn-- i pondent from this place in an article published in Inut TueedayN iue of your paper fays that tit contest in this county i about equally divided between Gov. Mo Creuy and Phil ll.Thouipsor; thai the old men are for McCreary and tho young men for Thompson. And he further hsta that tho friend i of Judge Durham come ininci pally from the McCjesry ranks. Now let'n havo fair play and, ns Gov. Cleveland siid, toll the truth. The old men are nut only for Gov. McCreary, but will work for him, and a great many of the young men are for Gov. McCroary alo; and the vote is not equally divided between McCreary nnd Thompson, but McCreary will get a good big majority in this county, Judge Durham has some friends, but nn to hit strength coming from the McCreary ranks, that is another error your correspondent got into. Gov. McCteary ia gaining Btrength daily Votkh. and will do so from now on. A THEODORUS The While-Spotte- Granulated Sugar Prices. CARPENTER CAMNITZ, UNDERTAKERS, d Koyal Atttsdantt, ierd The Great SL' J AT and DAKAl Elephant, and Hit 'poa-wei,- 50 Cage Menagerie 50 Produtlng More Kara Wild Baata than were rer before exhibited under canvass. All quarUrt of tbr (ilolx hat beon ran- aacked for wild, carnlrorous animals. MoKINNEY, 233-J- m KY. Are prepared to furnish Wood and Metille Barfat uues, marse and Burial Kobet of. all kind. OPERA HCOTSJB, 8TAHVORD, KY. 20 ODen Dens Wild Beasts 20 Exhltlted Tree of Charge In th public itreeta. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprirtearv Blaeof Staz.20x30. ElchtcomnIttMtaf ery. Beating capacity, Including gallery, Mfc Reasonable rates to good attraction. Xd&tam aa above. 3 MONSTER CIRCUSES 3 Soft-hex- d, row-boa- Louisville, Kr., Cincinnati, 0 and Indlanapolla, Ind., dealers In Stein way & Sons', Dker Bros.', Haluea', J. A C. Fltcner, Voso A Sons', Baldwin A Co ' Cottage, Upright and Square Piano Forte; also the Ester, dhonlnger and Uamllton Organ. Instruments auld at prlcce and terms to suit purchasers. Don't give your orders till you get oar prices and tonus. Post-offic- e, Danville, Ky. Or. DR., f. II. Bulclwiu ,W'-te2rRkraKji.Mj 19Mf i & Co., 3 SEPAU ATE KINGS 100 2 I 1 Embraclog All 8tar Performers. The Largest Aneinblame of Circus Celcbflllts together lu the H Orawu Turks, cl?llld world, Idcludlog Native Custuuiea 14' who will tppear iu their Thnl Ing Acrolia lc Achievements, Athletic Feats, Wond rlul Vaulting and Leaping, Maneuvers ou High Ladders aud herculean Eierclne the whole forming Human Pyramids. Selblnis French 'lroupe of lilcycU Illdera, the acknowledged Champions of the World! Moore Family. Slberlau Holier Skaters, the most skllllul Lady and (itntlemen Skaters on Earth. The Charming Katimorrn, Queen t the HeptlleWorld. 3 IlltHa lley, the Deittrous Brothers 3, the Greatest Acrobats, living or deal! 4 Onofrl Urolhers 4. Musical tpccUlfsts! 3 lienuau Aeriallstt3. Itudolph, UtubeU, Frsrji Lady! The Mile. Dedranvlll. the Great KIdora, the Japanese Wonder' Mist Antonio, Uymnlc Involutions on the Mlack Wire aud Instantaneous Costume Changes' Win, Hhowle. the Champion ol all Ibauinlou Bareback, ltldert! Ella cJtolts, best llaretviek Equestrienne In either Europe or America' ctillie Marks, the Pleasing, Popular, Petite Premier ol the Arena' tne cnam-plo- n Dog Circus Dogs that Talk, Sing, Pray, Head, 1'ior Cards, Hold School and Smoko Cigars! Mr. John Patterson, the Celebrated Irish Clown! Tom Ward. ChamnlonLeaper of the World! Mile. LlMtte. Heroine if Flying Klnjs and Trapeie Artists! 3 Tho Matarle Brothers 3, Ciatslo Poitu- rlnpi! In addition to these there (re almost a numberless lot of Itsier lights, making up the roster ot the best Circus Company throughout, ttpace will not permit further details; for full partlcutara aee other publications, ine r! Sle-gri- st Iron-Jaw- g Millinery & AT MoKINNEY! Dress-Makin- i I have received a full line of every variety ot Millinery, and Invite an inspection of the at rati. MIm Cyntbla Carson, who la aa expert In the business, will assist me. Uoodt and prices) very low. 3111H. I'. TAHLKH. 2ll.lt McKlnney, Ky. J. first-cla- ss HALE'S WELL. Having leased tlili desirable resort and thoroughly renovated It, I am now prepared to accommodate the public at the following rates: Hoard and lodging, per week .! 7 I ei day. ... l 00 80 Per meal Cottage of 2 rooms aud cook room, per week. 10 CO 1 room " Single room, per week Fnuillles who lurnlah " " 7 00 00 ...-..- -.. rooms and their own S 00 board at the Hotel, per week No two families can occupy the tsuie cottaa without first making a special contract. Special rates to clubs. No persons allowed lo taka water oninjugiunletshelsor has been a boarder. Arable and accommodation for horses. Accommodations furnished from the train at all ilmjt. ' ' 261-t- f Jl. C KSOLKMAS. .'.lit Grand Free Street Parade Takes plice dally at 10 a. w, and surpasses In ma w nuuue an oiuer raraae ever seen in America. W. IVI. CONNER. STOCK TAHU8. rilVOE COMMISSION MERCHANT 1 you they Imra rruirJIo tot (.'ought anil fold equal In merit so 1 In Juit at gooj at the oM rrlialilx Dr. lcAiiVi t'oagli iml Lung Syrup, unlru you Inaltt iijiuii thl mufJjr ainl will toko no other, jou nro lUMt to Ii grrally iwrlrcil. Trlcci, U) cent aaJ Jl.W. SolJ ty Mcltohcrtt A. SttjK. Munjr JUST AS GOOD. uateruiulu draleri may tell Is Nearly Three Solid length, ed for Miles lu U.XIOX STOCK CINCINNATI, - - . - OHIO. INI8UEEP PEN8. MerchanU National Bank of Traden National Bank of CovUgtoo, at any officer of Boone county, Ky. Cattle Saletm.n. K'wTON. Hog Saletman-- B. F. OREENE. U. COMNBJBu Sheep 8altuan-- W. RKriaKKCBs. OFFFICES And requires pearly an hour to pass any given point. Extensive arrangements have been effect- rrpt Ohoap Eioursion Bates on AU Railroads, 7 Doors open at 1 oat hourlaur. Uue ticket admits lo all advertised shows. and r. m. IVrloruianoe begins MMJLUUWinM I Louis and belabored him with the buggy w, whip and left him to wend bli lnnc'y way in few out Hiram Malt expects to leave to town alone The colored population ate i means to encompass the election of Blaine. days, on a prospecting tour in far "West. much excited over the atialr and mnny Cleveland refuted to appoint some friend of Samuel Ward, of Livingston, hes August 20, 1884 nforu, Ky., position and bought of Thomas Bales, tho saloon at the imuilng incidents hardly suitable for pubthe editor to an important lication are related in connection with it, hence its hostility. It tries to wiggle out of Harris House. and ns tbe polico court la to investigate tho W. P. WALTON. its former abuse of Butler by earing that A good many of our citizens attended whole buainott, they must all come out. whatever it utay have found fault with the funeral services of the lnte Judge E. PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. Beast Bijii.eu is an exceedingly rich him about, it was wined out in 1870, since W. Brown at Stanford Sunday. .rr'.'.u v? llCVi UaO.. and like Maine. ol)lahicd liif lucie b which it has been profoundly grateful to were due July 1st and If All accounts tain ! Eb Cooler shot his cousin . Bill Coolcv Druas. Books. Stationery ami C&--- Wv T'b.. ' . . fr ..,In him for his course at the period of the they are not paid by Oct. 1st they will be the mot questionable of means. While 'n the thigh at Devil's Den Sunday. rancy Hruuius. Hatch command at New Orleans he issued ft proc- Presidential Fraud and for the desire he placed in the hands of an officer for collecTho democrats hero ere organizing a V tij'fro' r mi y li r lamation authorizing the soldiery to de the i publicly manifested to have that tion E. W. Jones. iii.il. lj roiipouLiltil Cleveland and Hendricks Club. a a AlHI VW troy all cotton found in the city or vicini peerless wrong set right and to have Mr. Ottenheimer had Wm. Barbour, a J. An attempt was .nitde to break into C. morning of in lie. Tilden installed in the place which Mr. sou of Dr. Barbour of Highland, arrested B ty after 10 o'clock on the EnglemaiiV store Sunday night. Uu The. reason given for the order Was that he IIjc and the republicans stole from him. here Saturday for obtaining money under successful. had heard that it was the jiurpote of the It is charged in same quarters that soma of false pretense; the examining trial is tet A nkoiio boy stole a hone from chtuoh Tho Larpea Stock of Watebas, docks, a tiic republiaan campaign fund has taken a for Monday, at 10 A. u. citixensto sell Ihecolton and me the JeTTchy nnd Silrsiwaro Sunday but ho waB caught and his hick litfor disloyal purposes Tne order of hind in directing the course of the lutnina-ry- , Jno. W. son of Aaron Noaks died last erally worn out for it. tlilmuniWi llim i:fr Irouflit toWiiiv hrr, i Itckfifrln--a l.owr i'.twhich in alleged shines for all. ooure produced great consternation and Friday of typhid flux. Joseph Graham is im1 Jrwtlij lhf lw.; Some of the creditors of Willis Adam way ery means of getting it out of the nril on uuilk mi,) Warrantt-- I the best we have seen on the up Rgain after a serious illness, lure j r , nuauuuu nis iirotiem neie a itw uays Tuts is a,i raorted to. M an opportune moment Mo'her Hubbard: We would not strike a Wells is reported as being sorue better at ago after he had agreed to give up every! itne of liutler'a captains appeared upon the woman under an circumstances, but we this writing. Mrs. Haml. Hardin is very thing he had. He aaya now that he intents ceneand offend to pay nve cent per mut abknowledge that when we fee a girl low with the flux. to keep a homestead. all risks He wa wearing one of- - those horrible garments pound for it and auuiup Mr. John A. Haldeman left for Lout'-vill- a The cjloreii B.tptNt Asociation r n on in pofseseiou of 20.000 hales and or known as "Mother Hubbards," we feel in Saturday evening to the regret of his vened at Lowell on Thursday aud continued dira were pieesiug in upon him faster than ell n od to give her a belt. many friends. Simeon H Gormley i on a its good work until after Sunday. Euicent he could accommodato theni. After the visit to his mother this. Misa Salra Pen- divines from all parts of the country aou'in j NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. chemehad been worked for all it wa nington, we are glad to state, has gained bled. There was a dene crowd duriuir tLc -i- n h. worth, Butler recinded his proclamation, The Kansts democrats renominated 8 pounds since her arrival at Kingtown. meeting and one brother became eo happy Hiinlujirc, been waited upon by Gov. Glick. Harm Shot's, staring that he had Urorprlt;, .SiuIiIIvm, Alex. Stephenson is on a visit to his par he got to shouting and came near breaking Iron, rVitllH, tre most influential citizens, who had given OiirtMiHtriirii ItuiMrt- - ii'iiir,,. There ia a cold wave coming from the ents this week preparatory to shake off his hia neck. ' litiKK? WIiuvIn, N(ot-N- , him written pledges that no cotton should North wes. A negro bearing a striking resemblance ai.(. Mill, bachelors duds. Miss Jael Kedd after a UnrnuMM, .NimlUH, Tnrea hours be uted for disloyal purposes Milcr .1IIIK Wayne county has a woman in her three weeks visit in the mountains, has re- to a baboon was arrested here Thursday by Covctk, ,,,,,H' iaicr cotton was rolling for fifteen cents jsil fur carrying concealed weapom. SiiMUMturr. an oflictT from llichtuon 1 for stealing a turned home. Miss Mary Brouaugh of Midlcrx, Collar, ' which a short time before was bought t after a very pleasant visit to Mrs, howe and buggy frcm Mr. Letcher at that t Din Henry, a photographer, was killfive cents and Butler made n buies in ed b. the town marshal of Mt, Sterling. place. He had hired to wort: on tl.e sec Oliver Chilled. Champion Stnel and Br.n!y Combiawd Plows, Wooden and K. H. Brouaugh returned home Saturday to Cast rutapi, find tho Ccleb'rud ffyliH Eluvuor. Tin Roof-in- ? waring that he had cleaieJ $75 000 b thb A jury at Nicholasville, Ky., acquitted tho regret of many. Mrs. Lena Hill and tion, htd just put in one day's work and at ami Gu terintj will hav prompt attention. doil. Gin any honest man vote lor the Geo. Alleder of the killing of Fremont Lucian Jones, sister and brother of E. W, night said that he litd to go and eee his brother, hut before he got otl he waa over dirty old thief, with such a charge proved Oaks Salrtmvn JI .lolitt !! cluht, .r.v ?'."." Jonra the druggist are on a visit in Crab Toe Train Dispatchers' Convention ad. against him? Orchard. Miss Lou ana James leaves to- taken. jiurned Friday to meet in Denver, June 3, Mr. K. 11. Batron has sold UU stook of The St. 'Louis Republican makes a good morrow for Lexington, where she will at. 1885 goods to Mr. John Smith, a merchant uf paint when it pays that theie is one imporEight hundred sheep and hogs were tended the Fair; ehe will also visit the Par Cynthiana, and Littletoa Hue, of th tant fact which the traducers of Gov. killed in a wreck on the Pennsylvania road is Fair. Clay Powell of Hustonville has place. Mr. Smith comes well reoummenu- been on a visit here for rome days, we ed nnd has all appearances of a nica gen ' Cleveland are careful to keep out of eight at Columbia, Pa. are glad to report him improving in health- - tlrman. Mr. Hue ia well known j tl e in their peritonei defamation of him and i tie Cincinnati democrats nave nomiwhich even the general public may be in- nated John F Follett for Congress in the J. B. Gilkersou has gone to Chatanooga tewple here as a men), industrious anil,' youtijj man ami the two wit! make a Tenu , on a business trip. Ml. Lewie, clever tiroi. clined to forget. It is not yet two years 1st and Adam Kramer in the 2d. ' strong Buchsince he was chosen Qovernor of Xew York DRUGGISTS William Howe Is rtry bw with fever. I A glutton in Lexington ate 5 doz eggs who has been visiting Miss Jennie by the largest majority ever given for t. can- at one eittiog on a wager of the value of anan, returned home Saturday. Mrs. Ed Several other of our citizens have been on , t-- i didate for Governor in this country, and the epg ward Ballard and Mrs. D. G. Francis of the sick list." A little chili! of .Milton .Sutltli , We hope he will die. LZUUSe i3iOCK, died 1'huraday. D. U fcuugbler aad fam J too, over a republican opponent of county are visiting the family of I1T UBTC gUUC IU IUC that, Governor Bate, of Tennessee, has offer Madison UriPIUIIg CIIMUC9 10 r cognized ability and unstained private ed a reward $1,000 for any parties engag- Dr. J. D. Pettus. ItM IN spend a week or two. Mil Lillie McC'lary, Fol-fct- r, of Lincoln, Is the guen of Mrs. C. Shumate. lirtiK". character. That opponent was Judge iMipiT, ed in the massacre of the Mormon elders. Willi.. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Miifclral Mr. S. M. Knieman, of Lincoln, was tie CluiiulcnlH, now, as then, Secretary of the TreasuaiookM, Liquor Hon. John W. Stevenson, of CovingIiiNfriiciiicnlM, guest of his brother, .'. U Engleman, SaturMuiIoihtj, Preaton Sexton, of Junction City, who ry at Washington. It will be said that ton, Ky., was elected President of the iK.ir. Pocket day and Sunday. OIK Houpj.. Tolmecox, and wounded sevCleveland's phenomenal majority of 192,-0- 00 American til lory, We had a tertftic rain and thunder I,a in pw, Bar Association at Saratoga, was so dangerously shot iVrlHiuery, Fire .tlucliTii eral weeks ago, has about recovered from storm Friday evening, accompanied by a in November 1682, cau not be .claimed N. Y. great deal of lightning, which struck and our JPTrplrr,.SIlrt'rwnrnand 'inllcol aa a measure of the democia'ic that injury, but is eerioualy ill with flux. either The war between France and China llpparlnirht Is in Cliurcn orrol fire to a sycamore tree in the strength in New York, or of his own per- seems to have begun in earnest. Saturday In a row at Shelby City Saturday night fet ol town. largewax uu Dr. Spillman's lim- T hw. Hlcharti,, ho nlll IKepailr lYaicliM aud Clocfca Promptl and beat its It farm 8tj sonal popularity. This is true and we the French began the bombardment of Foo Eliiha Lay was shot in the leg, it is sup- and the only democratic tree on hia place. readily admit it. There was great diasatis Chow posed by a person between whom and himIt is the one under which Durham and Troops htve been ordered to the coal self an old grudge exialed. About 30 shots Mclreary lent up their petitions a short faction amoDg republicans at the wjiy in time ago. The democrats speak under tho which Judge Folger was nominated thro' mines of Keokuk county, Iowa, to quell, were fired. Major Wells haa taken charge of the shade of its branchei every year. Sjme of the intermeddling of the administration fct tbe trouble between the black and white our republicans-sa- y that it ie a certain fact Gore House at Junction City, which is a now that Blaine will beour next president, Washington and it is pro b bin that fully miners. The forest fires in Michigan are doing guarantee that it will be well kept. His as the Almighty will not even let a demoof Cleveland' mijority reprebrother-in-law- , Mr. Kelley, from Crab Or- cratic tree stand i sent republicans who voted for him for the great damage to crops, burning standing AND grain, hay in stacks, and burning miles of chard, has charge of the hotel at Shelby of- rebuking the administration's LimCSTON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. purpose I City. fence interference. We have had tereral pretty good showWalker, the famous colored rider who A masked man entered the house of ! Beginnino with the great mili- Joseph Davis at Glenn Mary, on the Cin- rode Longfellow.Ten Broeck and other not- ers of rain during the lat few days, which refreshed vegetation. A Full nmJ couiplolo iiNHorimviit or tary drills commence at the Southern Ex cinnati Southern Riilway, and robbed him ed horses to victory, was here Friday in at- has greatlythe adjournment Furniture, nulirnoliif; Since of tbe grand ililiif; from the theapi'Ht m llic 1 liMKt tendance on the colored fair. He has made jury at Mt. Vet nun the toys have crept cut psuition. The companies entered embrace of $2 000. NulleH. fto the crack organizitions of tbe We-- l and Diligent rearch leaves no doubt of the considerable money during his career and ot amuueii ana reaumeu worlc at their usu neetl lo no to tho rKo elllen to maUe piirfluiHVN, no matter al occupations for another six months. Southwest. The drills will be under the loisofthe schooner Alusks, with all pas- has had the good sense to rave it. Klial oiiaiitllv utittlitv vim Hunt .. " .. V"?" -S- unday was a day of many disgracul 1Mly prleeK r" .. ...a supervision of three officer of the United sengers and crew. She left Godwin Bay Mr?. Elizabeth Hutchinson, widow of . vix ohlMlo ..I ". ' scenes here. .More drunkeiinvM than uiual ' , "h auueu. aimo Thos. Hutchinson, deceased, died at her thaterening, this being the only States Army and the award of pries will for Sin Francisco, October 1883 ol toilliiM. Ca es, MiromlM ami Itolie, riultrnc station fur a IU be made after the grand dress partde,which The public i3 warned against the new residence juat South of town, Saturday a uisiance 01 &o nniw along tne Jiue ot ' . itifivn, noia enoap antl Uaru roomsj will be formed at C r. m. on the evening of and dangerous $10 countcrfeifon tbe Cin morning at 4 o'clock. The supposed cause raiiroau tnai wtifcy is soiu ojeniy. juii opposite M. iMipii IlOlel, Slunfortl, My. 1beU8:h, on the drill ground south of the cinnati ThiM National Bank. series of 'of death was heart disease. The funeral assemble here from all points purpoiely to have a big time generally. tui'n building. Guv. Knott will nuke the 1882, brown black, larce brawn seal, let took: place Sunday at 3 o'clock p. M. A ptrly of young folks started out -- rNannlell, the fine mare belonging to horseback riding Sunday evening. c award and the ceremonies connected with ter Tin' ' TZli . " nc; ppER 1 'tflW tJOSS The U. S. Steamship Tallapoocs col- W. II. Robinson, of this place, won two horse of Miss Allie Wnnl became fritit-ene- d closing feature will be highly attractthia Co. "' U. ..fi-r-. and reared up, throwing her tS, bat ive. The three prize ofle're'd for the beat lided with the. fchooner James S. Lowell races at Cynthiana last week; one Tuesday Providentially she wai not teriouvly hu t HAMBLItSDURG. PA. drilled company will be 3,000, $1,000 mid in a think fog near Martha 'Vineyard and and one Thursday. Fastest time, 2:29 The young ladies were riding hcraes atx) sank in five minutes. $500 respectively. At 8 o'clock on the Thev surgeon and Len Hudson shipped Situiday toScroggin, the young men were riding mules, two on Fivo Awards at the Lonigville Exnoii-tio- n 'same night there will ba a hrilliuit pyro one man are missing. Hudson ti Co , Louisville, Co head of fine each mule, except onras'Istantdqo! s?e t in 1683. -- As n K. C. train passed the Lexington 2 year-oltcchntc display, including Paine' military mare mules, 16 hands 3 inches who baa loue religioua cruplt aboi. I 7iK hrn ,:li ! (mih 1 wr Hw Milli frvm ridintr n mule. lie cut a hickory (tick Hr) j, .i ii. ilir Uioi ttandmil lUw. l'vitiliki Uih 'device'entitlell the Srige bf I'.ir'p, which is lunatic asylum grounds Saturday, h high, for S1G5 each. Mi 'ii ui lU. .Noilli (rllt Mill fti.ne walked. the I i descriptive of the incidents of that terrible Hill, a patient fronj Covington, jumped Mr. Jo Caldwell, of the claw of 1881, of ll;ltlhlln wcrW (ki in.klH ua fcr UWe ('has. Itsdman, operator at SjnLf, dm AJ1I101 Hilir; i rlc ii o struggle. The management is doing every- over the fence and throwing himhrelf und Centre College, will leave in a few days for plain of no: seeing the din durint the div thing to make the Exposition a success and der tho train was killed. Knoxville, Tenn , where he will enter the hut once, and then but a few minute s' A cyclone at Dallas, Ttx , lifted a n Theological Seminary to prepare himself o'clock. We do not think he should cutn it in succeeding admirably. Every man in oFSrttAl.AdT., P. HAMTON. idain of this at all. but remember what the of sand to a height of over 500 feet. for the ministry of the Cumberland Presby. - tbe State ahould make it a point to attend old minister aaid to his daughter when be HTA.xroan, K Tiatr inj Knl at least once during its continuance and no A dog was cirned up 80 feet. Little dam terian Church, Mr. J. K Shannon, of Ft departed for Africa: "Let there just he more attractive time will be offered than age was done to property. Worth, Texas, is here visiting old friends, clouds enough over your life to raue a ! James Johnston shot and killed John after an absence of seven years. Mj J. P. Klurioua sumet." If Charley remain Ht now. Sinks he certainly will be entitled to t Gek. Tayloh, Louisville's pompous Bartley, at New Haven Saturday, and McGrorty, who has been in Deming, New cloriotia sunset. Kev. J. A. Limerick ar:d wife, of LouChief of Police, has ahorn that 'he in not seriously wounded his son Joseph. John-sto- n Mexico, since last October, is home again. ia a nephew of Gov. Wm. Johnston. Friends of Mrs. Granville Cecil, now so- don, are visiting tbe familits of G. D. .fit for the position by a coarie attack on During the sham battle by the State journing at Atlantic City, are gratified to Cook and J. T. Huberts. Mr. Limerick Jon. J. Eakins, city editor of the Louisville guards Saturday Edward Stevens, of the learn that she is constantly improving in preached Saturday evening and Sunday Timet, and he ought to resign or be niide morning at the Livingston church. Miss Governor' Light Artillery, had his arm health. Her father, Hon. A. G. Talbott, May Haokney, of Pleasant Valley, ia to Btep down and out. Mr Eikins had re alo ofl by the accidental discharge of a who went Eist with her, returned Saturday visiting them. Mr. Kirwin, of Louisville, peatedly criticized the peculiar methods of blown evening. Father Hugh J. Brady, of Lou- lias been visiting his brother, Jo. Kirwin, the police, as it wa his duty to do if the cannon. Woodward, Dr. Philadelphia, Gar- isville, was here from Tuesday till Friday, titno keeper fur the Henderson Uridine Ci. A .Stuck oI'Hk foliouhiK justified it, and Friday the circumstances at Kuckcistle Quirry. Mr. F. M. Ansley field's nurse and physician, was suflering the gneit of his cousin, Father A. J. Brady, and wife, ol Stanford, have been spending a General took him to task for it, usiug Jan from peculiar mania and suicided by jump- of St. Paul's church. A dispatch received few days at the Satnbrooks House. Mr A. gu?go that neither an officer nor a gentle- ing from a high porch at the private inMonday nlorning announced the serious, if has been in delicate health for some time man should be guilty of, Mr. Eikins re- sane asylum at Warra, where he had plac- not hopelesj, illness of Mrs. but upon his departure we are glad to say Baker Grain Drills, Euckovo Grain Drillo, Annie John-so- n like a law abiding citi- ed himself for treatment. strained himself, that he claimed to le greatly improved. McShcrry Grain Drills, Hoosicr Grain Drills, at her home in Georgetown. Mr. Mi'sKosa Reppert, our little school zen, and took out warrants against tbe In Cincinnati Partrick Ilartr.et, for Johnson was formerly Miss McAlis-ter- , paid her borne at Mt. Vernon a visit Annie General for disorderly conduct and trying the killing Harrow. of his wife January 31, 1883, Sunday, Mr. A. G. Xewsum and wife, he Ohampioa Sulky Plows, Champion Steel Beam Plows. of Stanford and this place. to provoke an aeoault That afternoon a was sentenced to bo hanged Cider Mill?, dace Mills, Dane Mills, Evaporators, Teed Gutters, December 5 There was a ''wine supper" at the Shawhan, Ky., were here Sunday for the son of Taylor struck Eakins without a purpose of securing board for their family. next. lie admitted that the sentence was In Danville last SaturBuggies, Carriages, Surreys, Spring Wngons, Farm Wagons, &o, Faulconer House word of warning, but in the fiht that en- just Mr. N expects to be the Kentucky Central and said he ought to have been hang- day night. The Faulconer House is situa- depot agent and operator, commencing sue 1 got much the worst of it. Eakins' ed a year and A few .llolincmul FiirMtauri Itriullej' SulKy I'IowhuI I.ohh f linn a half ago. ted on tho corner of Sscond and Main sts., work September 1st, it which time the K. coume in the matter ii aa much commendC'OHt l The Rtables of Abdallah Park, owned vlosu out. south side, and Louis Faulconer, a saddle-colore- d C. will put on additional traina. ed as that of the Taylor.s is condemned. by W. H. Wilson, the n turfman, e Uy power is meant the power gentleman, is the heat. To begin te Mr. F. D. SroxTHwooD has taken charge were burned at Cynthiana Sunday with again, there was a wine supper, and many to raiae 33,000 pounds 1 foot ..1 of tho Harrodsburg Democrat is editor and ssvenleen valuable horeees, among them sounds of rovelry by night and the shady under pressure of anatmoaphere 15 pounds i. i, ;; I in iii"lin linns' r Kl'Xi to tbe rqiiare inch. business manogei and in the last issue of Tom Bagley, Smugler. Boy, Abdallah Boy portion cf Boyle's capital had gathered I i, i I i . ... I f - ' It" tor. il "Kough rlM '' tint paper publishes a neat salutatory. Mr. ami JIuran. Ihecaueeof the fire is un- there, and the beauty and chivalry, and "Rough on Rat" clan out Hati amt Mle. So. . ;tJWUL-.TOWNon Corn" for Conn dJ KiidIodi. ire. si. j. m.ii.i.v. i. KY. Spottawood has demonstrated his ability to known. The loss will reach 85,000. bright the lamps shone over fair (?) women Thin ieople, "Welta' Health Itenewrr" rotorra The democrats of tho Ninth Kentucky and brave men. A thousand run a newspaper in hia acknowledged sue- hearts beat health anil rljor, curti dfitiejuU, At. tl. ew with the Midway Clipper and we are Congressional District nomined Frunk Pow- happily and rumor hath it that the hearts "Itough on Toothache-- ' jlTolntantrlkr IV. IjiiIIci who wouM retain frwbncn anil TlTacily, glid to know that his powers will be ers, of Carter county. Powers is an Ohio of Louis and an Abyssinian maiden from r:rtcd. .o.eufiorc ruiu Liatructori.. don't fall to try "V1U' Heslth Uonewer." biojght into wider scope. The former ed- man by birth, having taken up his Perryyille were happier by several throbs "llucnu-paltii,- " Agricultural aiiti ftjcciianicii!, Scleallftc, Engineering, Classical, Norma! great Vldney toi urinary cure. in Carter some ten years ago. He than any of itors of the Democrat retire to their respecthe rest of 'em. By and by the Fltei, roacbti, nnti, rati, mice cleared uviiuui uiiw uuuiiiicibiai uuuiiti Ui OIUU. tive professions with tho satisfaction of is an employe of the Eastern Kentucky revelry began to be too much for the maid-e- out by "Roujh on Rti.'" 15e. -- COUNTY APPOINTEE 'Hough on Coughi," tro:hf, 15c; liquid, 2te. fEuEIVED 1REE OF TUiHON knowing that they have done their work railway, and is comparatively a novice in her eyes shone with an Oriental lustre F.i nun l.'-.- Mc;t. xotli, tH8j. lirClitaloirilL-nn.l.iihfrl.,1- . ' Tor children, alow In defelopment, puny aad . in politics outside of his own county, . '""" will. r .ii-.r- , . .i,. . .. ...... wr-v, .....,-..- a'.itrmrt, I'll. J., " and the blush on her cheek wai as red as delicate, uie "Weill' Health Itenewcr." 111.. uun rr i n tho blood of the Vine. Louis thought a Tata whole exponeo of running the gov"Hough on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 15c. An Explanation. Ncrroui Weakness, Pytpcpela, Sexual Debility To the UUItur of the Interior Journal. little fresh air would be beneficial to the ernment of the State of Delaware ia but As an act of juitice to u very worthy or- - suQering fair one, ro he procured a horse cured by "Wells' Health lUatrtr." tl. 5130,000. The State bat uo penitentiary Mother Hwaa'a Worm Syrup, for fcrcriibnoai, to speak of and its jails are neirly always gsnizition, of which our citizens are proud, and buggy and he and she lit out. They worms, constipation; tattalen. J5c. COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY. LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND, KV. Stinging, irritation, all ICUluey nsd Iricary empty. Could any argument ba stronger please say in your next issue that the party drove out the Lanc&Btcr piko and what they Neit Hr jlon illl opn Waineaday, Beplrmber 3d, 1B8I. complaints cured by "Buchu-palbt.- " II, ia favor of tbe whipping past hw, which which went from here to Wllliamshurir slid and did was witnessed only by the silNight sweats, ferrr, chilli, malaria, dyspepsia, ill. nulMliiKK iiiiiliipparn';.. Linlmiicnaive on the night of the 22J, to play a match very itus. Time pused on and they were prevails there? Tha laeh is bjyond a doubt .Snrlnl liilliK-ni-f- . in.ini.n .I'.-'is riiii--iii tn j .1 In ii.talliv. ami cured by "Wells' Health Itcnewcr." i .. '.'.I', t ii, iifi.lntllM In iii lttsr K.kt M. I.. ,....!. 'uni lun game, was not the regular nine, but a lot returning and had reached a point this side i great preventive of crime. i - in, ) i,,, ,i , . .,., I...... My huiband (writes a lady) Is three times the r tit.v.itluii uf lam'. il.,.u Vi fret almVl! lllll . in-.r r Mi n iiirtHl lnll'iiii.ii Olil'. of picked up character, who didn't under-Blan- tbe when they were met by Mess. man stnrn uiIdk "Wells' Htslth Retiowcr." tl. A.1H,i'lllll.. '!' .lim p .M. lu.l K.l.f;,illi f "V1 'T"'.rM "' l'''' H"'". l Hi iii Um llllio .. Gen'. WoiiFORD was renominated 'for If youme Mllng, broken, worn out snl Mr-to- Oit:t. i.. ... 'u i ,:,( the first principles of the great game Bob Taylor and Joe Gowen, American l Hi n ! - Jn,r'"irtwi l. '.l.' ;. '."'" h ,J" , hi. mi TimaiUiijogH. VH1WI W.'ll-- , iroir.uriiiMi, tilwl liatvrl ute "Wells' Health l'.enewer." tJ. Congress In tho 11th anil Tom Itnb'rtson in of ball. i. i ,iiii.) i , A Loveh or TJinSt'OitT. ,m ,t , cttiziiis of African descent, who took the nviii i i v - . . ..! i B ,,,. f -- rv litiiK t ,lluiitg ' l'reraloaca cf HUlasy cotarlalnt In Ainerlct; irvui-- ) i the4th,Saurday. Stanford, Ky., Aug 23 , 18SI ho'ee and bisy and visi-- a away from a quick, uuplciviuit,. i.. : .sllor. Tub unreliable flu-foote- Xaw York Sun has come for Butler, hoping by (hat CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT. , EMDIU fii '?s -- PHARMACISTS, i wtSfc,z l''. y JEWELERS. pro-ced- y, - -- Hi ill yflflrflllM raiaMlfa um rani Ijip Ural,., Nich-olaavill- e, -- !y 'DADrbTo 9. ota on r UP1 it ' IB PifflGEliriSTS. DKAII Stanford, Ky., l)"" Arm. i Nc?llr. I WB&SBSL jour two-third- s UNDERTAKER, ! - to-da- y, Iealei- in litiiiitine Iarlor rj ev ..' rii' vu ir U.,'' """ epeiiHe. ............. " " tvi .!. Taylor Manufacturing d 1 1 Jo-ep- i. '. ;i:o.d. ui:Aiti:.. col-um- G1ESO. D. WWEULM.'Km, COMMISSION MEKCANT 3IANUPACTUUEKS' AGENT. I.rj; mis-tree- s, KaIamo well-know- one-hors- per-minu- GEORGETOWN OOX.LEGE;I i -- - I . I I 1 . .iit , . TATE COLLEGE of KENTUCKY s -- real-den- bed-bug- s, n, t . r.riln'l"r - tHIr.. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY. I i ni - ,o,!'J;"l:r,:y,,L!:..,'r.''r...!i:,."! d toll-gat- e, u, rf , I,(ii-jtii- i a i :...' iv. I . ' ijJucliu-AlU"li- ',V r i m0 1'huit Jam toy lon'ii. Awu at T. It. of Wal- - DEATHS. BRIGHT, A LINCOLN COUUTY. Stanford, Ky., August Wantko, 2G, 188-- i 10,000 limit-- l wheal. Bright k Curran. l. AN. Will train LOCAL TIME CARD. 12 4 " " Kznreatratn" com-Nort- Houlh Houllt Norli I Tliealtore Icleiil,lcd time .thout V0 lulnutM faaUr 1 10 a. M. 1'nor W. C. tluiNsTKADwllI couduct the a t i. M. Teacher' Iuatitule at J.cneaaler, hogining on standard time, Holir and lasting till Friday afternoon at- M I M r. m. r. M. Judok Ilttoww hrild a policy iu tho National .Mutual Dctif fit Association fur $1,000 and 2,000 in I lis Knight uf lienor. - - LOCAL NOTICES. UtTY your echool books from Tale i: Venn j. HHAixitiAiiTEiH for echool hooks at &&Ugi;V. XEtvaXades of read mfxeil paint for itirliiR tra Jo at MoKobertn A fitaggV. Watchih and Jewelry repaired on -- hort nollco and warranted by Talo A Penny. A coMri.m: dock of jewelry, latent atjrlc. Itookfonl watche a tiitolalty. Tate A I'enuy a aplendid tMort-tneof fall auiting to which I invite the attention of thoe needing them H. C I AM receiving daily Itnpley, McrobnntTallor. m l'ltnn A. Nichom vraa tried yenterday before Judge Carton Gncd $25 and givtu 10 day in jafl 'or carrying wenptn concealed on election dav. He i one of the boy fc. who recently eaciped frctn CinaUble Martin, who haa ever aince been laying for him. ThH nmtter had rented to ItEWAlili lonif tliat vse wtire ft ai fill the nuthoritie PERSONAL. Miss I.urlla Hamkv went to Lexington jeatcrriay. Maj, Lihi.k and family, of Lebanon, are reeking health ot Hale'a Well. Mn. Thomas McHrv.voi.iH, of Deca tur, III , l Tititlntt Gilbert Cooper. Mr. J. A. Ciurr, a prominent young democrat of London, win here ycMerdaj. Mim MATTir. Hiiown returned with Mr George II. Uric from Lancaster and ia now her miit Mit II. C. Hkiwht hai returned frtmi a proliublc trip tkrotr,-l- i the uiountaina in t. the intercut of hi- - wholfMle grocery eatab-liahtnen- i i in GarrJid had let the capture of Willi'tn and ilumphrey ISet, for the unprovoked uiurdrr uf Cirteu Iiiiley, co without the i. I effort, but we are gltu' to observe that the mailer hn been referred to Ciov. Knott who haa otlered a leward of $200 for them. Nothing hould b? Irft undone to brinir there murderer to juntlre and if anything will Hccompli'h tlnir capture money will. -- t A Cait. V. Y Jgiinho.v and family of visiting tho family of London, bare ia now Mr. I'etrr Strand Capt. John-o- n conductor on the L A IS". Mm. H.T. Hakkh and MIm went to Louhrillle Sattmlny uitro they expect to remain. Mr. lUrria will follow aa noon aa he can rent their houne, which it adTertiaed in thia iuie. Shot. Friday 11, William lioberta a Mux Annie Cook, of IIuMonvill, left t, youth of about 20, walked up to Nick yeaterday to take charge of the munic dewho w.v t jnding en the platfurm of a partment nf the South Kentucky College at tore at Milltdgeville and drawing a 32 Htpkinprllle. She ia a moot acoomplifhrd Smithy WeJti piatol, hot him in the muoician and can not fail to gire the through hit abdomen, the ball iitlffaction. bvy and lodging under the kin, where L0CALMAfTERs7 it waa etaily reached by the rurgeona. He waa junt alive at laat account ye(erdMy Nrw fmcy candle- - at T. It. Walton'a. The and could not live but a few hour caue of the trcuble i oaid to have Wen in The Stanford Female College will open the fact that Robert had heard that Beneila fifteenth erwtinn next Monday. dict had accused him of burning a alack You can alwaya get anything you want of wheat, not Ion? ago on the farm nf a In the way nf lumber by catling on llright neighbor. He hot without giving BeneA: Curran. warning and he wa not ton-cio- u dict the Hi'K.NL'KliUIJW ia the newest ollice in Whit of hit presence till he raw the ley counly and Nathan Ituchanxn haa Wen aimed at him. Robert immediately appointed! polmatcr. fled but the friend of Renedict aay they Asnv Yates, of color, haa announced will have him ded or alive. lrn Hfe that a vacnr.cy In the The (dice ' County Judge ftiall be filled by the magistrate, viiohu!l elect a muu to bold the office till the following August election. The County Clerk iiaa to notify the magiftrate and tixa day for their ! nembliug not Im tbnu 10 nor mora than 20 d.y after the raciucy occur. Clrk n ha atcordingly flxeil Thiirilay, September ttl, for Iho magietratr to aveuible and i ;ned MiniHioni accoidinglv. We hoar that tl.rre are even or more candidate for the vacinry. law provide I'.l-i-Hen-edic- il iini: Ttia unnouneement that Judge Rlli W. liroiMi i dead will cauto a pang of Harrow in the breast of every ouo in thi whole ection, for he wa univercally popular and greatly beloved. When we went to pre at n late hour Friday morning, he had revived riomuwhnt, causing his friend to hope almo-- t againd hope for the better, but biter he heenn rinklog and only a "trotii: conatitutinu kept him alive 'till Saturday morning, when hi pirit took it flight. A fortnight ago, no man teemed more aurely dfMined to live tho allotted three ecore yoara and ten than ho. Hale, robul nnd with a capacity to fully enjoy life, no one dreamed that in n ehorta time the cruel monster would liavc claimed him. Rut there is a victory even over death a oil Judge Rrowu won it niol glonovitly. He met it like a Soldier of the Croaa and hi Captain, Jeeu, took away it rting. "I am not afraid to die," aaid he, when hi brother, Dr. Rrowu, informed him that the cluncea were against him, "He ha been my guide and euppirt through life and I feel III aiMaiuing power now, with greater comfort tnati ever." He then arranged hi buine aflair, giving minute direotion a to hit withe and then one of the tuo't a Heeling acenet thai can occur, followed when he called hit family round him and bade them a loving farewell till the Onnl meeting beyond the grave. Exhorting them to trive to meet him nt the right hand grtal white throne, he grew elciuenl in hi prsie of (he Savior' dying love. Other friend were ent for and to eaoh of them he repeted the tweet ttory. Abjeut ouch were alto remembered and to them he tent: ''Tell them I die ttrong in the faith, with n confident natur enre of a biiiful lu roller; and hope to meet them without the Iocs of one in heaven " Kxprot'ing a dire to tee hi old preceptor and paMor, Kid. W. L. William, he was tent for and their convention mutt have carried joy to the anicelt in heaven, Tli u died a man who in every walk in life nrovtd himelf worthy, jutt ana contcien-tiouHe knew hit duly and did it. In the church, in the Sunday tchool, on the bench, in the lodge room and aa a citizen, he waa nevtr found wanting ami each will miv him, a only a good man can be mitt-v0.-I--of-tt.- aliow d. illOOUAl'liV. hia intention of hereafier aup(Krting the democratic ticket. Thia oflteta old Cath Clay. m - called to the adverliMiient of Stanford Academe, Prof. Abner llogern, Monday in principal, which opena on the September. ia Attention lt KXi'rivEit a lull lino of iieuna-war- e UlaMware v hioh we will fell cheip. Call and rxamino our atsck. Terr 8. fc. Altera Co. Jr-r- r and In large or tamll Uanti-tlfCo A I., CAI delhero-- at ywir houeo chenper than cyer before. Sold inclusively for Iav your onlvr. Rright & Cuitau. ch. Titr. fiend, John Saitrn, who intirdend Router, near Wood wine, and roblieti wia triixl at RArbourvilU and found guilty of murder in the flrt degree and sontcncul to be hung Novewltfr, 3d. In kink from Sfiiiford, which wmld proKibly rank j liflh with our I'cwt plaA yer, wont to Williinbiirg b'riilny and got beat 32 to 2 They claim that hiied were run in on them lint it it ev- er thus. I Sam Emiihy, brother to the allegwl w'fe murderer now in jail, beeme enraged with one of lii uumeroii wive Sunday nieht and striking her ever the head, left her for dead. He is still at large and he his repaired coticlounwH. J. Ah X , Wll.t. AND JoII.V II. CllAKl, with Kircbbaum .t Co., Manufacturers and dealer in Clothing, I'liilsdeN phia, Pa,, will remain at their office and Corner of 7th and aileroom, North Ky., until October Main Street, Lsni-vill25,1831. i .... Thk L.& X. will run an excuraiou train to LiuUvllle next Thundiy, leaving hero nt G.M A. M and arriving at Louiiville at Returning will Icuve Louisvillo 11 a. M nt 10.30 r. M. Thurrday i Military day at $5 CO. at tho Kxpiwition and btnidei competitive Lam-asteL'ot'RT. Good crowd but drill, and drea paradm there will lo a 11 compinien will parNo cattle told publicly, G. little bunitie-n-, eham battle in which ticipate. A. Swinebrod sold to Jeseie Foz 25 head jury which gavo the con- at 3 centrf. Tun Rockcaatle For Sale. GOO mortising posts,' 300 vict, Morgan Johnaon a lifo enleoco for butchering to death G. L. Rail, a penitenti- plank posts anil 10,000 feet goop fencing ary guard, deerve to meet tho fate of poor plank for sale or trade for good butcher Caiaell, of Fayette. Such a verdict, eapec-falt- y cattle. Williams & Rmsey. Fifteon Bank Stock For. Sale. in the face of tho recent doing of life convict nnd tho peculiar atrocity ot John-eo- sbaren in Farmer National Bank of Stan crime, i a burning shame and bhows ford; 20 shares in First National Bank of t that Homo men at least are not capable of Stanford. See M. O. Sautley. A farmer in Union county thredied proforming the duties of a juror. this season 701 bushels of wheat oil of 17 Josh Dvr, lor forging tho namo of Frank acres of land, ot a little over 41 bushels Foley to a $100 note, waa held in $200 bail per acre. The kind sown was Fulfz. to the circuit court. Ho could not give it Money at seven per cent, will double in aa usual deand waa returned to Jail. Josh ten years if the interest is kept invested. fended hlmelf. The Court oppoinled n If a farmer carries a moitgage for that young lawyer, who i also a well known length of time he oucbt to consider this politician, to defend him, but after viewing, Augusta (Me.) New Age. believe fact. the youth he remarked: "Judge, I Gentry Brother, of Lexington, bought I will avail myself of the Constitutional and dlapanio with the assistance in this county o( different pirtifB, 15 head privilege broke millet, nt prices r&ngtnir obof of thi young man." To the casual will ueodeomeBlrong from $1 10 to $175 galtf of horses at $130 server, however, Josh to $325 aro reported by J. & S. Collins nushlance to get him out of what eeems to Rxhroi'ul Register Whole-al- e live-eloc- Kt e, ' Elli W. Rruwn waa bora in the Weal End of Lincoln county, April 1th, 1S3). He wa of a family of reven children, but one of whom, Dr. Hawkins Brown, remain and no children' children, rave hia two daughtet In October, lbl'J, be waa married Don't Give Up Yet to Min I'crnif lia I'ey lor.'iater of Dr. Peyton ItdiMa'l lollow that a ptlnt will die Ixcaui. and to tl em two children were born, Annie the dodoia hire "given blui up," or that lit will became they promUe to "pull him and Mary, who with their mother, live to recorer jut, la never too through." It lite to try the graat mourn a ln, which but for the blight rirluet nfl'arkri'a Tonic. Mr. Michael (lullfojl. he hia left him, would be terrible of BiEgbimton, N, Y., was cured of Rbeumatlam of utnpible 'UtTering. Sir. indrcd. Until about 1S7G, Judge Rrown by It f cr ten pursued the avocation of farming, when he K. V. Mother, druptflit, ol Miuecltr, ctrtlfiia that RELIGIOUS. he hi! aiM orer a tliourantl bottles of PtrVtr'i wa elected justice of the peace. Hit Tonic through IU rrputatlon for thia and other Eld. Jo. Rillou will preach at Anti-ocaa tuch toon natured his friend that curra. in Garrard county, neittatuti'av at 3 he had the requisite riunUlit- - for a good .KVT ADTKRTISEMKSTS. r. M. and Sunday, at Ii AM. county judge and in 1878, having obtained Work on the new Northern Presbyte- the demccialic nomination over a uumbtr rian church i progreing rapidly. When ofgoodinenhe w.ia triumphantly elected completed it will be one of the lifcndom-e- t over a republic in competitor in August and ! Richchurch building in the cily. at once removed to Stanford. He made an mond Reciter. excellent record e a faithful and coiucieu- - IllUcllto thobightatblittltr at public auction The farewell 'ervicts of Rev. 11. C. ttous judye and hia ndminittration wa ON SATURDAY. AUG. SIO, '81, Morrison were held at the Melhodit church hbnd'omelv endorsed by a reelection in Ten Siacasof Clover ao'l Timothy Hay. 2 bad of Sus-Janight, Ktva. Rruse and MoElry 152. He held the ollice at tb time of hii Cattle, I mire .Mu!o Colt, IS beail or Hok, J KlUbru Kurnl-in- r llouiliu..l a dentil and nmong hi participating. Mr. Moirison preuctit-acta af.er lie wa StV silllrcln nl 9 oilock All tuica ot months; under that touching wrmoM and a general sadnw-- t l0;j 0( j,j priC,iiious condition, he sent for Sand oTvr. creJIl of time (.TtMit T. VnilTRIt. caih. He thu order look nod Mgiiwl Mdi- - irdern that imwat seemed to pervade tbe ccogrtgation. ha made u cxctllent paator and won tho had not been attended to. He wm a bright good I!l of hot, Ml "id firtner. A tifl- - Ma-oa wt.ll informed OJJ Fwllo-- r r.nd a DWELLING FOU KENT youug man, a bird indent and an earn-e- l Knight of Hoior, who vra al ray in hi IN STANFORD, KY. christian, we espect to heir of hit place at the lodr.e and each of these order himself, after hi To a cvirlul unni wo will rrcl our dwelling assisted in lii burial. The funeral sermon hotiw on fivpnc.f o'o'e. il!l grsi ItnJ A large stiiv ,t Vanderbilt I'r.iveraity. waa prettened at the Christian ohtiich, of nrcl ant nun- fillet with choice l''l BCil Winter i)nil u id acrlng-lhi- i H'afei which h had fur yer. been a devoted aitjilf.It nne of tin-ff.ia cl'tfrti - rrot JcalraWehciues within the LAND, STOCK iN'J CHOP AilJrMa membtr. by Elder Williams, ho spoke iu ell, liuiln. ,11 It. A' 31 IIS. II. T. jr. 4 11 rt r.f, lorn Koblmwn olil a oar lo-.- ol Mieep tue httioen. term of him as a christian, a ' htarfonl, hjr. 1 in Cincinnati nt .ij centr. a uoi2hbor and ui a friend The church -- Countryside and hatn, butter and wa literally packed and several hundred eggs wanted by T. IJ. Walton. the peiaona were uiable to get even H. F. Kobinon longht of Took Hub - ljoo - R. The procion which followed the of Lincoln: To ble, !0 lif.td ISO lb ho, at ? cent. remain1 to liuffalo Cemclerr wa more than I am now rcalr to receive the tar for the jear eold in Chicago September wheal a mile in length, persons coming from IfSI, and aa I am now Ihree month lat, I am gtU nm cjmM)IeU to pay Into ready to collect. at 7U and October at "Pi; corn at 62 D.uiville, Lancaster and Crab ting btate.Trca'ury' the I tuoit of the revenii" due, the a Orchard to pay the laat tribute of respect. and will hare the mo' f ' county clalnia to The Ne!on Fair, which is alway yoiito tur October IkI Icai'if'IlT ai'-l- t generous to a fault, eitdly comelir once and fett'e I or one of my dcputlea hie allair, will be held September 2. .'., 4 at liouio In Sun ford will a.iU ') moved to pity and companion and ready at allbe at my office In the cou't not ttidf to walton -- on.l It rU 'r Oct. Geo, Benedict rold to J. j. Montgom- alwaya to do hia part and more for tho 10th I will liar- - yeur p'nrty lerle-- l nn I I do not tnttud nv I iitcnii wli.r ery 10 head of hog averaging 110 pouui' common good, we feel that in the death of tomaVolt. mouths doing what ninzlil to Ixidone to le twclro V. In three. J.Slier P.WI.'.V.'FKI?, at tj c:ntr. Judge Brown the community tuataina a 2T0-t- f County. I The time of holding the Iocs that i almost irreparable, while his show at the Ex pool t ion hi been changed family sull'er one tint can rever be filled; from Septembers to September 22 God temper it to their ability to bear and finally with their loved ono J. If. Ilrucc old to Sinn & Mattingly unite them is I will iKllTer tee to reuUr cuatome ra ercry morn- 30 2 year-olmulea at $157 per head. They where there no no more sorrow, no more lug at more death. parting and wer& hipped last night to New Orleans ONE CENT RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. The Harrod-bur- g i'i.ic.'rejKMrtwles Account j due at t lie close ol each month or when ii!lts. of 20 yearling cittle at 4 to U cenle, anothn meeting of the officer of Court and cu.iomer At 2i7.it it. k. jt.iititoir. er lot at 5 cent and 21 head of members of the bar at Stanford, Aug. 25th, -- couple of men gave a magic lantern echool-hout- e latt Tuetday nieht, much to ihn delight of the amaR boy. Prof. Hi;giri Alcorn' orchestra furnished the mutic. Mr. Frank Wood, of Ir.dianapoli, ia visiting at Mr. Lee Yeager'. Mis Louiae Si mint, of Illinoia, ia visiting the lainily of Dr Dr. G A. Traylor U taking in the Fair at Columbia, hi old home. While Mr. Morrison wa preaching to the colored people Sunday evening some rowdie fird suveral ahot from their pis tol in the clifT near by They had better look harp or they will bo presented to the grand jury. They have been spotted and they miy have to rerve the county on a rock pil, with bill and chain accompaniment. Rev. H. C. Morrison preiched hi farewell pennon at Rright'a School house Sun-daputoratr, much to after a though the regret of all. We feel sali-fic- d course that be will take that the in Vnnderbilt University will be well spent in fi'ting him for the high position that be will evidently some dnj attain in hia church. If good witheamake one prosper ou we are sure that Mr. Morrison will have a bright future. His cental and com panionable way have made him a favorite with all. Annie R'onaugh, a little daughter of Mr O. It Englpmati, wa severely hurt wrek while playing with some other children. A large piece of iron wa knocked from a tree where it had been bung, striking heron the head and cutting it to the bone, causing the blcoJ to run freely. Dr. Traylor dre'Rid the wound and the it now doing well. If that Lincoln tobacco grower that wnt so much discouraged on looking at the tobacco of Garrard, which wa so much superior to hi own, will come down to thia neck of the wood v. a will abow him some that will compare with the tobacco ol any place. Mr. S. E. Ossley has a very fine crop about ready to cut; also a good crop of watermelon ou the sauit ground. There are other cropi of a good quality aa Mr. that will not mine aa much to the acre, not bjiug set a close. The wheat crop wa never better in this section than it i tliit season, weighing generally from 63 to GS pound per measured bushel. Meat of our farmer have sold at 75 cents. Thia will lis the crop, after the manner of the oldett inhabitant, to lie about in the future. "FT r"J T?,TTMPT at the .TniT receiv- ing New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will he gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. G. Rupley I have received and am still -- BRIGHT -- v, two-yea- r' two-year- s' WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL- - R, AND- kt JOBBERS OF FLOUR ID MEL WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY WAGONS. BUGGI ESm AND CMRRIAGrES, a And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. ' -- ALSO THE- - let pi-t- ol Hlost Complete Iain Hard' ware and Queens-war- e -- j-- ar aer-vi- IN THE CITY.- - h, Wo Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your PUBIrIG SAXiE a- Patronage. y d l; BRIGHT & CUEEAN. aii iiwmjimimu.'.tiMi u, -- two-year- s' - ll KLJKd 279-2- iu-id- TAXS3!TiLSES! TaxInyerr GROCER, ALWAYS OX II A?VD FD1.I. STOCK OF Sit-urda- y e, Kind-hearle- pr-na- iM-il'- i . ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! d Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin--- , Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- -- PER POUND. VERY- 1,620-lb-cat-ti- r of IfSI, to take formal action upon tho death Judge Rrown, Jno. Rlair. waa chosen a THE n' 3-- chairman, J, W. Alcorn, M. C. Saufley and W. G. Welch aa a committeo on resolution and Jno. M. Philips as secretary. The committeo reported the following resolutions, which were adopted. littolitd, That iu tho sudden death of Judge Kill W. Urown, while hii life, his power and his usefulness were at their full meridiin, we, the members of the bar ami the ollicvMof Court at Stanford recognize not only a private, peronal grief in the los of a friend, but a public bereavement ' ,n l,i0 lo" nf an eminent cHun and public Stanford Academy The next aosalon ol this AcaJatuy will begin t LOW PR! oes mm Short-timo fo it CmSHi No And to Prompt Paying goods sold on long timo. - Customers, MONDAY, SEIM. 1st, 1SS1. BSE - twenty wctkacach. TUITION FOU r.ACU TERM. (IS 00 Primary Department In 20 00 In InteruiedUte Uep.rtuieut - 23 00 In Adianced Department Tuition li duo nlion stitemenlls prciented. nervniit Patronanre rci)ntd nnttoasV. for a reducHe waBinincorruptibly honest man. tion of Tuition. for abxnce unleta He was n moat exemplary citizen. KodeJuctlonwtll ba Ho was ft just, impartial and faithful Ihn pupil la nil ely withdrawn tromtoachool. their aend enrncatly rcnutatcit Pitrontare judge. tho Kion ana or w.vdi tho Ural day as free childrenIn mtud that any abtince fiom .chool, reHe was an unaffected christian, to from the cant of the Pharisee as he waa tard! the progieia ot the pupil. 279-t- f .tnXRK HOG V US. Trlnctpal. from the narrowness and acrimony of the An4 clow at Ihe expiration oflorty weeka. will I divided Into two termi of The act-Io- n Made from iho best Mlnuehola Client. m&m fa - i ' I'orsnloouly.by T. K. 1VAI.TON. 1 mt h-- at -TRY first-clas- s beavery bidr"re. Jifsohtd, That the Lincoln Court be reKFMTIIPl-- f V unVERsity, quested lo spread this testimonial of and affection upon the pages of their ThrroCIUcvft An.. ti'Mcndi nimrt ul. Ogllrjcv order book, that the Interior Journal OT AftA Jul. 1MU i.tyi.. i, k.l.tn 4 tuU akitlltl&C lltl twelve pmfAtilri and iiclir Utt. ?II 4rrWl.tfloHln Danville Adrocate be re quested to puband - INI! Mi .'rt a I. iSf ;iT lish Hand that the secretary furni.h a copy of nttC9ltot o 4H.CoUc. "1 i '."'.' Msn ' t1 v It . .i',w lo Ai riitijsdl in iii 'e oi m 4 to to tho family of the deceased. lrl I Mn Uv m .. .r l.trtl rnfit FIf tl I J.so. Dlain, Cbum. i ii i.dtti. i.io. y ct rfi1 We0- - Ne Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST ROASTED IHO, i i Jno. M. Phii-i- Secy. i. , '. For tinle only by u us. T. 16. W 'TON. 1 I! pnoFEtstrmi, Journey to the Sun. T a. Baala- -. Masartaa a An mildistance of ninety-thre- e As to the aaW4 It There are more lutreds engendered M. BCHDSTT. SAM 1. NT. BR9WH would travel It in anysleeping-carlion miles, a ctnnon-balthan tween women on UUItDHTT & BROWN, rewhere on the earth, unless it be in church. about filteen years. It may help us to ATrOtlJfiaVfe) A.T ,A.W Of Kentucky ITnlvcraltj-- , T.i.lnsrtin( Kr. August 20, 1884 Suppose, there are adozan women in a sleep- member that at tbe speed attained by the Stanford, Ky Jtal.al. tag W(ln tnr w ,l, la taa MT. VEUSOS, KY. St lSMyr til a TlMUtMilM)tM 'II IIiImh nmlii-- C "ir ..,.n il Passengers are Limited Express on our railroads a train C...I l.lullnt.i.'M if T; er and one toilet-roonil,I ALEX. ANDEIIBON, rrw ,, before the train which had left the sun far the earth when . til, f frm Interesting Information in Connecthn with awakened say an hour ItLI rr t . bi ,i ,. ,M! ij. , In ia ATTOKNI3Y A'l" LAW, fupl a u t nvl.Ai 111I niil l,i ...V .m!"i II.1 i'lt--oa .fiu II, irwtfcHi d at its destination. The first wo the Mayflower sailed from Delfliaven with arrives Running the Government. 7" thwi knl H i.iori M n !'. ti r. DANVILLE, KY., THE ORCAT ( toilet-rooPilgrim Fathers, and which ran at that Will practice In the Courts of Movie and adjoining PlflMi ,. will the S05,-0O' I men who gets into that l nj fi, at'i,, n ltil,The Interior Department is allowed ajl ail i still be counties and In tho Court of Appeals. rmrt " OifTtif ri Vf t'Mi f iimsi lock the door and stay there until she has rate day and night, would In 1S8I for stationery. Urritii. a jcar UllJIlUU.fMtTIM a toilet as slie would at a journey of some yean away from its terJ. It. FI8II, The Uiuean of Education costs Uucle made as elaborate restrial station. The fare, at the customs-e- y Juaav. Coin. 7ZZZ. home, while tho other eleven are waitAnd Master Co ramlsalnncrUockoantle Him for salaries $4 1 5S0 a year. Circuit rates, it may be remarked, would be MP VKltNON, KV ing, with their hair in one hand and hairof each ono of the TerritoThe Governor Will practice In the llnckcaitlA Courts. Collecthoupins in tho other, and satchel on their arms, rather over two million five hundred tions a specialty. Office In (IJ9I ries receives $2,600 per year. around and they hato the woman in the room. sand dollars, so that It is clear that we From rrioita,(linnlr and Fifty rive thermometer are Iiuuk LEE F. UUPl'MAN, Brnln un I limit Air,. ,tJIl( lllooil Dl'rasri, ttriik l.iinsa, When she comes out, the one with the should need both money and Iciiure for arrtiiua lniilllly, the Senate wings of the Cipitol. IXiiii4iiail. liillonaKr! BTAKFORD, t.tiu3iuiiilalilnrjii.llliil-drrKY. examiuations of National Hank most gall get in tho room next, and the ionrney. Special Ofaco South idle Mln titrco'., two doors above lor I'rlunrr Orajniia.itK i r Hi Perhaps the most striking illustration of 33-- . OXrVJS. though she has talked outrageously about the Mjrcri Hotslt V. BCOTT't) plate cost Uncle Sim $2,000 per year. WOUBMNOWrUD SPUIFIC NO. 13, by expiesslng it l'urr Nltroui Oxide (1st administered whan rethe sun's distance is given quired. The nalaries and actual expenses of the the one who went in first, she stays quite would Vllfiout Change andwllhjpeed Unrlyajei as bag, until the other ten women hate her in terms of what the physiologist will he $21,420,000 Government this year DR. W. B PENNY, call velocity of nerve transmission. It s to accom- even worse than they did the first. The SHORTEST AND QUICKEST 'miiTi It requires forty-fiv- e iJontlnt. (Willi Xlioiplior-u,- i ten ladieB who are waiting will by this time has been found that sensation is not abso STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ritou UJUiaMLLL TO 1K modate the Senators and their employee. ULOOD, occupies a Limiu-Ilibt H LytU's ilore. Offlco 'iour A rour PmeglitlUtAlN A: SKHVE TONIC. lutely instantaneous, but that it If OBlce ofr don not kanltatkhim t"n!arll The printing and binding for Congrefa have concluded that there ia no show for tor r oo. tl. par bottle, (ura.ltrrf anil from H to lrtu fix up so they very minute time in traveling along the mlnWIaml U a. si an I l to 5 P, u. Anthf tlc nd MlhaUreatatt Medical lMcntarj ol m J atimta. wn noarT, alone cost the Government $1,513,170 a them, and they will try and oriamrhtit,lthln I r arllcaUn. aljla. before making their toi- the nerves; so that if a child puts its finger can go to a hotel CHA8.W. 8COTT M.O.,KnniaClt,MO. Vtt Vr. aCUTTS LtrXH 1'ILLS. Fourthotmnd dollars' worth of ice is us let. The only two who will be fixed up into the candle, there is a certain almost & will be thore who have been hoggish, inconceivably small space of time, say the ed aonually in the Treasury Department. part of a second, before he The War Department and it bureaus crowded in and remained regardless of the We running our mill f r Car-lBEST ROUTE TO "FLORIDA sand 'pinning $30,000 worth of stationery comfort of otheis. Many ladies who travel feels the heat. In case, then, a child's arm and ire gool work Wool cm doing nt by npreii and offices u?e la Can Without thania it can t in and rvturuiil tuna wt; paik grcato tccure-l- y Thli uotlce forewaras were long enough to touch the aun, ' 03 sleepers never try to get in the toilet-rooa year. Carding wliltr r ills, In bundles. tin, black iramt not to tnMMin hunt', lihermenit and SHORT LINE TO THE EAST ullr tj.jji withthis known rate of and mixed, in eta r pund whm great in the morning, because there is al- bt calculated from It requires ?l,S5O,000 annually to pay acta i ccnta a Tiled when we furnish II. era Ion tulsslm, anil iu.-i- i IU. I.are llaUelo l prucrcuted rroaa LouImIII, in it,. I,.M IW Hill llir lW the Collectors and Deputy Collectors of In- ways one or two who have seemed to lay transmission that the infant would have to jour wool and srt ua a lilal ati.tifc.rJ, Ky Match I7th, U4. 'l.?nr. homiaonTht . IF. II IT.SO.V .tt .SO.V. awake all night in order to make a rush on live to be a man of over a hundred before it V hia AW. Jt Mcluriuack. ternal Kovenue. I O lVrtl.IA.w LirilUnHn low line ol IM, road will MiMi Hi xir Kr II. T. Huso, 270 Jin A. W. Cirwnler, Prof. rtctlve apcclal the wash room before anybody else. Some knew that its fingers were burned. The offi:e of the R agister of tha TreasuF Held, C. Million. St Acnti ol Ihli ratei. for rate, route! nmpanr It. Cobt.. I nibble, ry cssis Uncle Sam for eiliriea alone $183, ladies who travel a good deal can pick out Langly, in the September Century. .1. ir win. CP.AlKOKf.O.P.it.A. HiptiiM Ki'r. F D. lthtalea, Loulayille. K. "' IME II. tl. A 3 F W C, Mrt'atrnacr, the one the night before who will monopo," G10 annually. The Bung Racket.- "One more SELF-CURl II. Lrtie, UCaitrr ir-RELt. J. lllll. , salary of tho President of the Uni- lize the toilet-rooin the morning. There The asked the reporter of the barkeeper iT. J. W. vraikti-terdA faTurlte prrvrlntlnn nnr Wn. lKrttMi, En noted and iucccmIuI fpcclall,oftain thi--nf thi .1C. Vinar. ted Stctei h $50,000 per year and every is a demand for apartments, certainly, in "What is tbe bung racket?" llarrl-(noH f nusi J.". MMM'hT, retired for ltirureol.rriibUtfi; i ii- - Carter sleepers, where women can be comfortable J. M lllll, thine "found " is a racket which is worked only "That Mid Ittrnu. Nenl r.'i r.,!., I.mt Mantiott, !! J. I! MaAlliter, - DruMlaUcanHIIll InplaluitaledcnvHopoW, The total amount paid for salaries in the and at their ease without annoying each by the lowest and most depraved of manJ. It Jmm, Addrtis DR. WARD & CO.. Loulilina. Mo. ( aKVI.K UK ITKX IX A TEN1 t vvl'ie. J. i MeetgoBaerr United StatM Treasurer's office foots up to other. They do not annoy men, because kind. In all large cities the empty kegs II. I.. Man.ui,i, Moilr. M.T. KuaieJI. W. F. .tan and "regis- are stacked upon the sidewalk in front of men can go into the wash-roo$275,000 per year. A. I. Newliod, l.aioaltlna In Mil. the hlheil aw.nl U.J. Darn. It i mM that the Capitol cost $13,000,000 ter on tha towel," put on a clean collar and tha beer saloons early in the morning, so S. W.UlteM, A. '.' Newitnd l!..i.,",V .'J'.he.l.w.rd.l tk.to.tbND l Kr In mi, hr tl, IVtil is paid annually to the archi- pair of cuffs and make room for a hiJixiUlon. and $17,000 that the brewery carts can pick them up an i ikmu i.n.in, deilrlna- - to tect and his aiaistante. of dirty passengers. But, good Mr. Fall- - they deliver the fresh supply of beer. If bur fparalori and Maw .Mill! li Trad Mark. JUL'Itlt i Y'.S M'KCIl'IC, 4dir,mcu m""orJ' k' Fleen umbrella Btands ornament the man, give tbe women a snow. i'eck'i you will walk down town at 4 o'clock to i 1M t Main si.. I ouliillle, Kj Tlic (.rent KjiMjIi Itrmctljr, I2"-'"1- ! various room in and around the Senate Sun. morrow morning you will find those kegs E. H. BURNSIDE, wing of the Capitol. and Memo-rjThe Bastinado in Eoypt. The victim surrounded by as vile a set of wretches as r..M IP1Ht. llraln fr ;veak Nrrrom-. A PRIZE rnJ " c",7 u,r of RO..U, rreelta i I'ower 1m i.f Sixty dczea of towels are required to was placed on one of the Blabs with his you ever set your eyes upon. Some of This Old will help all, of either n, M mora raoner which - Known Woll rlrht KibauiUoB, rIulnl UeiknrM, an;tblB( elae In keep the United States Senators and their chest resting on the stone, in which posi- them arc draining the kegs into old oyster IriPtfrj. o. (1 Mien I U of awar thin twnrkera alia..lml thli , w.,Mi, Forlune,, . await the Hotol Still Maintains its - .. the llioeratlT viit an. )rim: drraeTaia-.- a, , committee clerks clean. Main.. and fruit cans; some perhaps have got hold High tion he was held by two of the execution,. w.iiur-nn- ia inai ,vli,w ai a ae Blfjra I1N.I.1J. queoco ol vo'ithful ImpruJeare ol AMD $1,000 a year to remove snow and ers. Two others next raised hi i legs until of pitchers, and some are emptying the stale It cots leMark, Iti Proprietor ii Determined that '.iJVrU'iuV.uTieni.'.?. TJ jrj. ice from the sidewalks around the Governhis feet were in u horizontal position, a po- dregs Into their mouths. They are the it Shall be Second to no Country ti ment property in this city. "i sition in which they were retained by prowlers, tho vultures of the city. Th? in. ni "nr in notei in tne atate at- - us are, eaaei that j 1 Ir.aanllr r Cm- to means of a cord fastened to either rod of a tuff that remains in the keg after the last AnnAi'ntmanti There are twenty seven towel-rack- s Aton. & WaMkoeii th r, tion 10 UOmiOrt OI has be han; the sixty dczjn of towels upon at the stick. On this the fifth torturer, who had glass is drawn by the it Lie a chjrm reitwrlnf oi or filtnt?i- their Queitl, ! v Senateend of the Cipitol. poisonous hours i or, Chicago taken no part in the pieliminary pro- come flat, stale and almost kitiw 10 me ee a nri.uant I athlipirlltiu 10 tbchel The office force of the Assistant United ceedings, came foward, holding in his before these vultures drink it, and it is a m w,Mm orhialth to and from tke i AflarTakintork costs the hand a sort of lash consisting of five strands wonder to me how the human stomach can Ilaaraii wlllbeconti;id acrommodatl eai TUP afk Vr States Treasurer at New HVf r.t- a free or charira. Special !.! t,e cMurrar , Al"b' to coramrrriai lraler. 1 lie liar mil Government $103,000 per year. of twisted gut or hide. The tormentor retain such villainous slop. But the 'vsgs' alwaa aupn.ud Tilth the rhoic.it Pulnco Cars! brandi or Llauari and t'laara. For the accommodation of the lazy Sen- raised his arm and struck, with the regular- seem to like it, and most of them are as fat ators there are 73 lounge) in and around ity of a pendulum the upturned feet of his and strong as gentlemen who drink sherry I tauBlntloni to the ! maimlaet ,r.r. CHICAGO the Senate wing of the Capitol. it. 1 1 St. Louis Globe Demoi i: ., helpless victim. At the fourth stroke tbe and Burgundy." College. Ka.nii'ltr, Mo. Sold lnsutf..rd hj P.nne ,, Mf,v, i'er and all costs Uncle Sam $5,000 year for hoe Arab uttered a cry of pain and at every crat. It Hraxiit NOTtfa Irul.ti eiettti.r .k I Hh- eta'e .taenia, ,; t'l.ltr.0cbon..t hire to carry the mail or the members of fieih stroke the cry was repeated. ST.INFOHD, KY. But A local ticket lately nominated in Ohio .ariu a Ptia iWiMltj the Houfe of Representatives. U.'n.l.e, Ky. Itoute" and to thrviutb to soon the cry became a scream, the flagel is comosed wholly of redheaded men. town (ref nriullr. Crnnft.rdMlllc, Urarettc Sixty four mirrors reflect the faces of lated flesh visibly shuddered and the sole That they will make a brilliant run is al- With a Full Corps of niiU ( hlcflero vtlthoot chariBe. he U. S. Senators at the Capitol, while were learned with red and livid streaks. I ready an assured fact. The choice of TIMK TAIILK. Thli Institution will open Ita Fifteenth 8ilon four E clocks record the time they waste. could not help shivering with horror at the on the lit Mti- Jar id cVpteul'tr next. cacdidates is a wise one " bTATIONtf. Dali, Dally. ' The salaries of the seventy-si- x U. S. Sen- sight of so much suffering. O.man Bey, from yarious points of view. It ia econoLre, IiOuliTlll.,. 7 41 pni ALL THE BIUNCHFfl OF A l to $30,000 per year, while the his secretary, tbe five executioners with mical, because no torchlight urocctwion will ators amount ata Arr. llrefnoaatU. . . I l a in J CI pm " Crawford.rllle Chaplin of the Snate only recjives $800. necessity of their stern and sinister features looked un- needed. It does away with the lCSlal J M p in " ljl.jetl... . a II a in THOROUGH EMGLISHCOURSE Uoutc East " Chlra.0 U pia Theealary of a cabinet officer is $9,000 moved on the cruel sight, listening to the tattooing candidates, ai every auburn-haire7 M an a M pia I ,0B each one is furnished w'yh a heavy thud oi the strokes and tbe screams per year, and Arotauiht.ai well aa Tba man is more or lets freckled. It is con route, with enlr sue car., to.ll Hnu In team of horses aud a carriage for personal of the victim. Held by a guard, lor his ducive to a red hot champaign, for all mubio, LAHouAOEB. uiiAw. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. N.Waaka, A, ,., .rlh.r Ufonaatloo. adjAV use, INO AND PAINTINO. MUUKAY KKLI.GH.U. F.A.. maimed and bleeding feet refused to sup- chaps with chestnut locks have a warm Tba only line runnm,- I2- Threi hundred and thirty cuspsdores and port him, he was then led, still moaning IulawtlU. JC? for "painting the town red," a temper. As Bpittoons are in use in and around the SenPULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS with agony, from the torture chamber. man with hair the hue of an auroraborealia ate Chamber when Congress is in session. Pall Mall Gazette. is. by nature fitted for such fiery frescoing. If In Taltloo, pilte. ranji. from tJ& to tW In tb . a m-r-- a rKENTUCKY It requires 110 tables to furnish thecletks ' A Departrccnu. Prlnir;, V2A'. A I the strawberry sons of the nation are given IjJ: FreparaUuT, 140. aad CoIIhtlat. Intermr-llJL . 50. Nick, but no Tick. "No, air," said the of the Senate and the committee clerks with a chance to cast a rubicund reflection on "illne-UrHwplaces to writo upon, in addition to ISO barber to a suspicious looking customer, llniiir." For full partlcuUn, ai to Board, Ac, adireai politic I horizon they will enhance the who affably remarked, sa tho lather was tbe KM. n. C. TKt'KIIKAKT. I'rlMrlnAl, LonlMvlUcCiHclnnnti Lex. and It desks. e' & brilliancy of the campaign and shed Stanford. Lincoln Co., &j. liijc.oij, liy., Wheat a Good Bane Is. A bank may being laid on, that be supposed there were wherever they cluster. ranw be said to be in good condition when it has a good many men who failed to pay their Hr Asked a Blessing. Lew Campbell, I Central Kentucky to All Point. an adequate capital (cot too large);' a con shaving scores. "No sir; I used to give Connecting In tamo dipot with Cut tralni lor orin, ait,Weit 4 Soathwut. tingent fund at least half as large (and no credit, but 1 never do now in fact nobody tha "Oae Spoon Biking Powder" man, who Hating daUnalncd to chan, uir huilneai, I is as those who know him suspended debt or overdue ptper) when its ever asks for tick any more." "HpTi's travels South, Fail Lin. IWtwe.o 3Nre-7- -r Oder lor iale (tirlYately) mjr Saw Mill, iltuated on depoilts are free of interest and three or that?'' "Well4 you see," said the barrier, will testify, quite a pious young man and Bruih Creek, In Caaejr county, Ky. The Engine al-- CIaCI2VaATf. lutatlooary; Boiler i)itl, tugina 10x.", Counfour times the amount of its capital; when trying the edge of hia razor on his thumb recently he was Invited by a lady to dinner. ter Kbalt 2 leet. Ivliiln; s'aw and (Irlit Mill at- The Direct Route to L .ynchburg, Dan In Effect Juna . 1114. and ville. Nor; ita dealers eupply it with business paper to nail, "I had a set of stiffs who used to ask The guesta were all seated and the lady, tached. Tha pr iperty Ii "Kio.s. No. t , He, it tile extent of its Dfed; when liberal sala- me to chalk it down. I got tired of keep turning to Lew, eatd: In Good Ittimili.K Order. All Virginia and tally Jfortb Carolina "Mr. Campbell will you ask a blessing?" Tlmlr plenty and acceailble. I would le willing ing books, and I adopted a new system. Dally ries are paid to it officers and clerk; when . Bun, k'x. aun. Points. to exchange lor Kod frm itock, inch at Mule., r"Wha wba wha I beg your pardon lloraea, Cattle, Ac. tickets and further Information, ajply to Lv. Covlnitoo.., tornea.-e.- ; there is a trained man in reserve for every Whenever Iehaved oneof these old standbys iup SVO.w, JMpta " Falmouth... ticket oflre. or ad.lreaa a your I'.raooi wlibltij to tngig. In tbe lumber position that may become vacant; when I put a little nick in his nose with a razor, madam," he stammered, dropping his nap" Cynthlana. W.J Hkio. w. k. iiivDi.n will finj a gocd Oliipm 1100a u 4 41 pa 'r "prl'lnn to Adverlulnir Ajt , Arr. I'arli. and kept tally that away. They got so kin and his jaw at the same time. Tl.k.t anl Am., IU Oil I.KHiAX. there is a pension fund adequate to the 17 ii 2W-t- f I1 llutnn iII au p di 111 RA 1 ni 4 ofl pro Uuitouillle, hly. i la pin 1. 7) nu 8 "Will vou please ask a blessing?" she re po clerkp; ther didn't want to run bills." There was o. w. n Si!i 'Mirll. Ayr., LojlivlH.. Kr Lva L.x. f A oVliif .. mi rii. comfortable support of its worn-ou- t ii. w. rvi.i.KH: peated. Arr Winchester O.n'l Mana.r, lten'1 Paai'r Af't. l I 45 p m a Biard of Directors who are a tremor in the customer's voice as he ask when it has Klcbmond. Virginia Then she bowed her head and so did l.v., I'arli lio 4l p in It p ci but ed from beneath the lather: "Do you ob- everybody else and poor Lew looked at hia not content to be mere figure-headArr. Wlnche.ter. lii n m iu 2 M p ml A VS put ovpm Somer-vill- e ject to beinj paid in advance?" . .. -L- EAKS' TUL'Tn .Te. h inch. ir who understand their business and rememABOfT TH- Eii i, .. ... plate and stuttered: S 7 ? X Arr. Klchmond. . i ii : TUB DRUGGIST. Journal. who w v m JJ P ln ber their qualification oaths directors " UncMlrr.. . "Lor Lord, have mercy on tbee poor " llowl.nd J?:Pm count the cash frequently and without no- -HUSTON Psper shirts are a new invention. The vitties. Amen "Merchant Traveler. & Ho. a, tice to anybody; who insist that every per- bosom of this novel garment consists of sevol, 0.J Dally Tootiiachk. One of the best and most l),y son employed in the bank eliall take a en layers, of which one can be torn off ev- I'ally. hi Bun. K. bun pleasant things that can be need to relieve Ir I'rppnrlnir for a Lively Siimiiit'r vacation of at least two weeks in a year. 'ery day, on the blotting-paLve. Kowland principle, ex 9 0) a in Trade. Only " Lancaster .... ;.. at which time another person shall do his posing a clean white surface in its place. A this painful Mate of the dental nerves, is it a in " Hlchmen.1 ... whUti p4HnKers from iheilDeofthp Cincinnati chefting cinnamon hark. It deslrojcn the III. line of Knoli, In every rarletr u.uslly found Southern Hallway 6 Ol a iu " Wlnche.ter. work; ami who believe in this dogma, that still more enterprising inventor ia now tryhavNu OniiilbiiTrnii. Iu a fer In Cliirliiiinll iMiiiruadscnlnrtbesaut Arr. Lai f.A(.IIy t pm II Itam 7 00 a ,,, Ilou.. nf the kind, li "nothing is goid enough that can be made ing to perfect a plan for printing install sensibility of the nerveH and suspends the Tiii p .nTTT M",' i.raoU (.Vntral Pauen.r Station, fb largo and complete. good ', pain immediately, if the bark in of ititement by Tlval Unci that there Ii an ownlbui Lve Islington ... a oo p m i :u f, B. Cooiegya to Uankeis' Conbetter '" i men is of a eensational novel of thrilling in" '"arli 3Mni s is ' :l o IV ill tmuiirr n tinctiioatl, the Unclunall quality. It is generally as tlticacious as Judioious Alterations in the Internal Lve M'liicut-itrHnuthein K"y and Ohio .t tiwn vention Mii,!ppl Jfr. !, a ,1,.. P '" 1 " am terest on the back of each of tbo layers. He II rol .'. lad Cfltu l,ll.fai,ri.llllall.... Secute Room Comfort i P Arr I'arl aa..taiaj lllliriirxIIMUUU any of the other remedies, and not attend OS P "ll Lve I'arli and Better Display. Didn't know him. He was one of m shrewdly expects that, having once comIS 3'0 P in H00 p m 8 10 a m a ed with the unpltasant consequences of Arr Cvnthlana V1,,tiTIlAlNltwfnClnture's noblemen, chock-ful- l of "snake bite" menced the tale, tho wearer of the pad-shiKaliuouth . Kirtlcular attention UcalUd to ilnnn'isinMt Iuli wish, t tranaler fortaen- I M p tn :t 7 p ru u m creosote, carbolic acid etc., which re am " Covington . ., i uuu iMxKKe ai lniermeii aia nnim. it and hearty kwI will toward mankind. will be unable to wait a day for the next -- lS?JLi.51limll 80. u lieve the the pain, but leave the mouth as A Large and Elegant Addition to the r'hanwfcafs l in lnCB" 7 "" hve a ,uldu,8Ut He hail spoken to everybody he met on lnstallmnnt, and so be tempted to peel off MAVMVII.I.r. llltAM'H. as the tooth was previouscjiock ot jewelry, Whitehall street, and was now standing in the successive layew of his shirt front at sore and painful Tfo.'M ly, though these results are usually due to -- And articles o ipaiing i inunuait at 7 p m and J p m vortu. front of a dummy belonging to a clothier. mere frequent intervals. Sunday Dally fr..ui theouth jailirif n, onuect wih tba carelessne's in usintr. only. Ex. tfun. Ki CUI1, "Hello!" he cried, slapping the figure on mikeionnui"'i","n iaae ineseini'i, wiiiih l. ....- Lve Ovlnjton... .. IWi t.r.l itii h nil in,..i,li. Salvo. Mother Eve's Tomii. Situated in tbe Bucklen'n Arnica theb3ck. "Mi rite glad t' shee yer, old ' the HfM anl 1 no n. Tlhp. " Ixxlngton.... OO u deiert, about a quarter of a mile from tbe TbebcitSalreJn tbo world fur Cuts, Bruise., in 7 1h a tn ni .. " I'arli parti." , LL .' ' 7 1,1 a 111! 8 S . , 8orea, Ulcara, Salt Itheum, Feter Sore., Tetter, r vrettern gate of the city of Jeddah, the sea arr .ijiunriburtf.. 8 10 fl H 41) A . a moment lie gtzed a .; '! nian.igemtut. and In conie.juet.ee U the only Hue! " Carilile ......... HTta. li'' CMT'rfi' Chapped Hindi, Chilblains, Corni, and all Skin Saoam, 00 am c 07 p whlclitaniiurauleea continuous Irlp. at the placid face, as if expecting an an- port town of Mecca, U an object of inter- Eruptloni and poiltlvely cures Files, or no pay re"Johnson TaCOIILYTHUB 7CK) " Maitl.H ...' 111 m Four Solid Pally Trains Cincinnati to ft. Loud quired. I ! guaranteed to give perfeit Jtlsf.c- swer, and, on getting none, he spoke again; est to the christian and mtiBeiilman alike ' i' " in "'"J' .ar a,r inwe iratns r.unilliroush. IMr- . No. SJ" "Why, ole boy, lab bin lookln fer yer fer the grare of Eve, or, as she is called in tloa or money reluu 11. I'rlce25 centa per box. Him uty i.n cars on ii 'lbt iraius, raiaie SOlIILlloi'M). Sleeplui I Sunday aa!e by Fenny A McAllster. o Tralus. Pally Ins' hour, an' yer neeln't bsho stuck up Arabic, "Sittna Hawwa," the mother of For only. x. Sun. Kx. Kin, chaise ol Cars tut ol A Remarkable Escape. pasuners. Kvery pa.tener mankind. It is difficult to trace the origin Lvo .Msysvllie... . 'cause yer little better dresh 'n Ime. I user P m s 45 hsiaieatlna Through Car All 12 OJpi Fa i i II " Johnson Mrs. Mary A. Palley. of Tunkhannock, 87 pm fi 30 a ra'mip, in pa .sensors are cartle.1 on Hxpreis know yer daddy, 'a he wash po'er 'n me." of tbe legend that allots to Eve tLU desert" CrIilo . p m 7 21 a in, Tralni' The Shortest and tjulciseit Lino wai afflicted for rlx ypun with Aitlmia aud Ilron. 21 pi f ed tomb as her last resting place, and it is " MlllersburiT-- ' JjMpm Still the dummy looked coldly at him. from (InMnnall to St. Ionis' No omnlbui a .. chltti, during which tlnio the beat puyilclaus tranifer In ClLcinnatl or I auentri Irom C.S.r..n. '.'n"."--- doubtful whether it is of any antiquitj. could give oo relief. Her life wai deipalied of, 59 P " " 10 a tn 2 10 , m i ? "Yer fah nz drunk az yer can be," cona n n "J,'"" . . J (Impi' inlti :io. ,in . ..!."' tinued the spokesman, getting mad, " 'n However this mar be, the tomb is regarded until iu list October the procured a Dottle of Vr'. when luimtdlate relief-wa- s Falmouth Acroniiiiolailonvn m .irrnr . Bhlnce yer got so blghity, ding fi don't wipe with great veneration by the numerous Klng'i New DlicoTcry, fell, nnd by continuing lis me for a short pilgrims who visit Jeddah, and few fail to FACTS RECAROiHO up sbidewnlk wif yer." ' 2 Solid time she was couiplntely cured, gaining ln llesli 8?. Ircn Tenia And he made a grab for tbe figure just in worship at the shrine. St, Ioiuis n 10 50 Ibi. In a few luonthi. Frie Trial Ikittlea of t Pro log iars, Kunday on ly. I '"' time to be caught in the loving embrace of Do not imagine you need medicine if you this certain cure of all Throat and Lung Dlieiteei ItTTil I tirlfynnd rnrlch the QLOOD,rcenihlo ... .1.. Io. 81,P..-'"noillll i J. m.l UUAtatementa rontrirv tn tha al.n arrt. at Fenny AMcAllitcr Drug Storo. Large llottle tl LIVER mid KIDNEYS, nnil ItEMortB THE liberate mlsrepresentatli .as, and per',m m.k a policeman, Atlanta Constitution. No.l.yV.cVpKdaf.irj'V..' f"J' feel a little sick. Take a rest. In many HEALTH and VIOOK of TfOUTII I III ail ll.n.a .1.00 inrmare tinwortu y tueconnaenceof the nubile, iu.; arrive Uilnirton a in V. w;;"...- eltlclen TUNIC, dittuita not only In these, but Iu other matters. eipeclallr Dy.peimU, Want of Appetite, Indlaci-tloSuperfluous hair can be removed success- cases a good bath and few hours sleep are "liton SOp" Tfiese are Solid Facts. l.i k m btii iiiiuu etc, Ua me Ii maikul Hones, fully and permanently by using a pasta all that is necessary. Avoid paUnt mediThe beat blood purifier and system regulator illli Imincdlulo aril voiiilcniil iciulti. Enllrciii Do Not be NmV i n'.TiT;'0" oni''nc"ter;-Tral- ni new force. muscles unit nerve, composed of water and any properly pre cines. They kill more people and make eier placed within the reach oi suUerlnz humani- tho mind and supplies llrulu I'own-- , slppl Hallway guarantees the correctneta of Ilk sulTerliiK frpn; ull complaints Winchester or I'arli I A statements and .very promise made the public, and Lexlnzton pared depilatory powder, uch as are put up more drunkards per year in America than ty, truly ia Uleclrio Hitlers. Inactivity of the aaaMLJlEaOpovuliurtotlielrscxwilInnUlii will he carrle lout to the letter. 'na-N- os. 3 and 4 run via. ti'in-i...TONIC u safo and ipLtdy would guard our coasts against a very for- Ltrer, Illllouineis, Jaundice, Comtlpatloa, Weak DR. llARTEA'Si ntOlfand liealtliy complexion. u ?! "J1 'or lull and reliable information In regard to by all of the leading chemists and pharmaeuro. It glvei a d"nr nu iiann Kidneys, or any dlseate ol the urinary organs, Land, Ac, In the Western Htalei, Map., Guides flnln.,. I wiwi I'UIlm n,slrrilri2 Cars between Tlio stnins-vi-t testimony to tlio valuo of On. cists. Allow tbe piste to remain on two midable invasion, and lowest special rates lor or whoever require! an appetlaer, tonic or mild IUliTKii'a liio.v 'Ionio Is lliat freiueutatUnipti and Houwuold OMKtatOUl;cTW.a.V?.'?li 1). (J. . 1'ashiogton, f rVU at ." Goods to all points West call on or address e it, and the hair and The Grand Maater of tba Neir York stimulant, will always find Electric Hitters the llycountcrfilllnjrliaieIf only added to lliepopular minutes, health ortlieoilKliml. O. II. ALSOI", cure known. They act aursly uu nut cxpuriiiieiu ki wiu uuiui.i Ai. jutu ua.ai certain PaiMBjer Ag'tOhio 4 Mississippi Rallwiy, B. t. U, MOiUM ,... its follicles will'have been completely desj Slate Lodge of OJd Fellows recommends best and only every bottle guaranteed to give enW. II irtttr- -. rwnaxuraildroi.toino vr. iiartar Mad co.v quickly, HULoula, Mo., for oar "DREAM BOOK." 1 .V.I'VAn' troyed. Depilatory powders are very in-- ! that le9 monejr be spent on the dead and and satisfaction or money refunded, bold tcllot itraaiiiiand citfulloformatlcn.fie.. oiiafvi x ut( tire r"y' ! o Ky. c. w. sum?00' 4 1C1 ti ailUU VFQ 4 lanvr. Uen'lPasi. Agt, Or. H.H7r.n's Iron Tonic is foh Sals by ah furious, boiferpr, if Impioperly prepared. I tnere on the living. A good ides, filly cents a bottle by Fenny & McAllster. Cinrlnratr, Ohio. " .rui.i,r.R. ii, StinVMcthlDlnteriorlournal it Women in a Sleeper. s be- l YZ0?2M20ittfl la- try iffJ '' ft atfat -ai h-- ..! !. ! , . ' -- ' O , Through Trunk Line AttomoyAl Court-hom- e. SUFFERERS lli-okj-- yUHGKON DI3NTIHT, hat-rack- COCUEERIRON 'IM-lTr- .l SOUTH & WEST r!t Wool Carding Spinning 1 POSTED! ValTMk-', , la-- r. !.(' quet-tion- mr Sln FREE! E, i"r. I Peerless Traction Engine. HJJ. car-loa- MYERS HOTEL, ,,", lj-r- STANPORD. KY. Propr and Ronutation, ,,"'" HSf'i r-"- yJ1 - fc V.lf' t" !". -- Aiig-m- I nn":Tv!:,.'V,a! -i1 r- fi S:i fi I "ftioaroar koutje." ,.... Louisville, New Albany I Railway. I L'rfHrrMt?: Jim jii.dii - lt.Hinl PuIInmn Stanford Female iu Kll",,.'' a- Teaclws, fifty-- - Kentucky's the .h.n.i TERMS MODE KATE.j at nr'r TTt WViUXI -- ar JLlVJL1 LfiJ M lu-tr- Shortest Quickest l.outo Saw Mill For Sale! WASHINGTON CITY. TLToMsl. IaE.IaTO.V BocTK-Boca- n I), bull-nes- r. ' s, Cr.F. Peacock VILLE, -- KY.,; d The RJ. LlnofaSiW NOKTII-IIOl'M- ,JiialOHia nrst-cla- u "15 r I j Il " ,, , rt ,'iy . ki-- (The Only Liiie:."?.'.:.?1!1.' ..-.a KoiTII-liOl'N- ly Tho Only Lineiri.n'dTo'ns A 111 dr&kdr a4'w fgr IRON Mr. any-da- H TONIC u, rci-idi- -- I The Direct KoutcS&'Ki Daily Tr ..ins ', ia llhu'ii: 1 E' W '"""M"""-- ' 1. -.. .,; .'.. 'V '' Deceived !K,b s ."g'.r. '' a mKM. ... niCC .'..,. a a then-remov- ( -- Clltkr "' HWWr.lST Aha DKAUns EVFPTVmrRE. ii. ""' "" Usa, IVa j,if. Agt