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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884082901 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. jiemt - Heelli Intetiof loufnal VOLUME XIII. 5MIW- Cf STANFORD, KY., FPJDAY, AUGUST 29, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 280. HON. 8. "SOCXG. Blaine blundered. the ake of Mr. Blaine's family we We are authorized to announce the Ilsn. W. S. For Youtif, ol Laurel county, a Candidate to repreaeatl The Essence of the Mulligan Letters. regret being forced to produce tho overthe 8th Congressional Dlatrlct, am member of tba -IXoiler to admit ma to i participation In whelming evidence which we will produce state Board of Equalization, aubject to the action ''Your of the Democratic party at the election tht new railroad enterprlie In In every respect it in the trial. ItUeyiiitfi.ee against which to lie beld on the flth day ot September, 1831. generous i I couM cxcl ur dlr ' brtvado csn not stand. It U evidence in of a aliare "vx le of Mr. Caldwell the face of which Mr. BUineN bluMermit LAKCASTEK ADTLUTISEMEM.S. of fall (uteris! tu m If h rtall dnlgcs to Jo to I wlih he would link tie proputitlon definite, so telegram ordering the suit mil appoar a that I couM know Juit what to depend on. Per- either blind recl;lw!ien Vir grim CArica B. F. WALTER haps II lit walti till tht full leTelupiucnt of tbe lure. It is evidence which mint make hi T 13 r A - 'X'. enterprise, be might grow reluctant to part with own family condemn him for having con LANCASTEK, KY. hlasbare, aall damtlby tblMea any dlitruii Office OTer Cltltena National Bank. Office hoara fronted knowing of us possible, if not acof hlui " from 8 to 12 x. x . and from 1 to S p. u. "I da not feel that I shall trove deadhead In tually, existence. We protest agatu against L. V, HCBELK. he enterprise II I oat embark In It. 8. M. BOBSSTT. I being the rtpoiinbiliiy iia HUBBLE & BUBDETT. t rsnit channels In which I know I can It uie-f- laid at our door. lor Mr dhcloiure friends Let Blaine'a ATTOItNEVB A.T JC-ALANCASTER, KY. not ours. ' You nk Me If I dm .led wltb the oiler yu reaiember that it wa lusdoiin; 'Will practice In Canard and adjolulng countlelhtientuil ha declared Blaine's libel uaJo o(a ihir lu jroor new railroad enterprise, and Court ot Appeals. Office In the Robinson block. BaaV! i sit LriVajiMB?B?S)WaVflKa)A (i ours, I aw mr tsua with tbr tcrui suit a political maneuver; an action inspir 1J4-South Side Public Square. c'lUt ofler. I think It wol liberal prepwl-to- n ed br calculation rather than indignation " I'nat any porliou of the democratic prem ol "Enilose you jitt sf lb Cvt'"""i Olott of the country should have been tainted by April 9, coatalnlog the plnt to with I referred it Vou Blaine's tbealricil diipaleh ordering the out length to tuy previous letter of will find It f Inttieit to read It 0Tr arl- - what the suit is aurprising. The "prumptus," ! a narrow nope your Mil wade on that last sight "lightning quickness," "anift aciiun,"olc , of the session. Ofeourse, It n ni plain duty lotuake th ruling whes the point was ooc rail applied to hit proceedings were juit tiie terms the Biaine managers Mere bidding string? ' I beg you to uuJeritiad that I thrughly ap- for. The crafly old fox did make a "cute" preciate tbe courtesy with which y bar treat-e- J litem) tfiort then, a read. The Revised Old Testament. The XEW 3IOXSTER me latbla rillrn) matter, but your conduct "I have (hia mumvui receive 1 the ntro-ciorevised edition of the Old Testament will toward cue In Wlnt matters baa enly Ufa mark-- J libel of the Iudianapolla SetUmtJ." shock many good people. For centuries by uncounted liberality In put year., asl What h starlling sliock' Wuat an uuex I'rjursel hase naturally ram tjuf-w- t tbo unit millions of Christians have held to the beThe Small 3os Lament. d' jou now ver peeled bIo: He had never lieuil The apple colic Jaya are come, The sad-l- lief that after death we shall rie again in I ant bothered by etjly vti Until, abJ Ua la dteamed of such a charge. II of the lot, When small boys come a the same fleshy habiliments that enveloped t . Indefinite arratigrmeflta wltb Mr. Caldwell springa galvanic.illy to hie fett, jumpi I a j anxious to aciulr the latcreat It has prone prancing home, Etch tied up in a knot. our spiritual and real selves during life on COMBINED WITH lavd tu, but I da net get a difialte ujlKitaadlng magnetically to hia dek, exaperutedly Mama him spreads acroey her lap, Des- earth. This belief is largely due the read snatches a pen and electric'.ricallr thrown TUc Great Inter-Occn- u, with hint ai 1 has wltb you." pite his bitter tears, And waroia with apple ing of that verse in Job where the suffering Extenen olTlhe commasd lo hit IndiaDtp lis aven thladlleuiM Roots eaiue t) I.. man says: "Yet in my llesh shall I fee "In i "prout or strap. The wsx that's in hia ear. earth huld do under the rwlea, Ut he iaW It ger: 12 Mammoth Shows in One, 12 Ah, bitter day' ah, bitter thoughl! With tiod." The revised edition will read, "Oat wai Tltal to bli ronitlttirnti that tht til! should "I deire you, without an hour's dUy, fruit and of my flesh," etc., thus presenting an idea fo Their Stock ot strap to grapp!; He hitter learns pan, 1 tuM him that Julian's amendment wn out of order, brraus not germane, but b to employ the proper attorney and have the he hadn't ought To bit a bitter apple. Per- exactly the opposite of that conveyed in bal Dot sufficient confidence In bit knowledge of responsible editor of the itntinei ued " nicious fruit! earth's earliest curse! Of that the Kirg Jame3 verson. What will be the t i ruin to nuke the point, ht be ald t.eo t .Snbllnie, it? ! forbidden tree, Which first brought death effect of the changes made by the revisors Lojan wai opteJ to ti I rrnmnt cB"ih, and Subject for punier aad eculpuu, subject and some things wowe And all our it is impossible to tell at this early date. would pffvUWjr male tLr . nl I if. wjr paja And now hayo the Best Stock in Ceu 3 Kings, Circus and Elevated Theawith lb im'iiloa, and ht at ooie for campaign romance. tu den mis e ree, If Eve, whose wicked htart had 'Atlanta Constitution. tral Kentucky. They have Farler tre Stage, 3; : v : 'Tis pity tn spot; the dramatic picture -. tuuld uo4 I) o ifrlo than .. ou apttale tbe pjlBt hurt; No rudiment of truth iu it, Had " bat m the matter, my dear and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, ' l amlaln It Only iu compliance with the democratic kept heaven's first injunction pure, And pear vexed about something," remarked Unequalled In Ixtent, Unparalleled In Cane and Penitentiary In Attractions nnil Unrivalled IfH KCCOHD H Vl'Mi'IltAHLC Knoc.h cxnipaigu motto, Tell the truth," would never stuck her tooth in it, She ne'er had Mrs. Smytheto Mrs. Biowne, at the tea- Chairs, Marble Top, Excellence! Indianapolis Sentinel We mike war on public we do so candidate' ebuoned the pos-- er by, Nor in the fig leaves snere. Centre Stand & Ex rtcord, not on bin private relation. There Tho Largest, Bt-- t aril only Monster Show Comhovered, To hide her nakedness nor I, Thus I 'Vexed! The Worlifa fair. Well I should say I was tension Tables, ing to Stanford thra Saun, at STANFORD, in enough that i opin to attack to ilr. John B. DorN' Mtmnioth Shows Ea had mice all uncovered! Oh, fruitful source Here is an odious telegram telling me that Woven Wine. Cot- Blatoe'a cfficial carreer without inquiring rope, A!a, Africa, North and South Auier huniHti uoe -- Oh, plague of of god and god-- Mr. Browne died last night." ten Top andHair Matinto tiia bachelor or fatuil; life. The pub Apple of Discord, now we. know What to, all under six acrei of tentc. The dif "Your husband deadl Poor, poor, dear!" tresses, Folding Bed Lounlie interrat drimnda that we hll urnpir-inijl- f ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes "Yes; and just think. "I haven't had a fercnt forms of amuatmeut still have a meaning in thy rod il Wc touch we oppoee Ihe Tenalar.d corrupt otliciil and Sofas, and Everything Sissy. chirm fjr thecttriout, while from them the taste at ores it turrs To ashea on the lip; chance louse my new bathing suit this been unfaithful to acli ol a man who Lai general observer of the world' progres thy limb is cut and quickly burns its blis- season and it will be out of style next year. Kept in a First-cl- a JiTurniture Storsv h!n public truita, and who reek to cury The Only Royally Sacrtd Wonder gain much food for rellecliun. In a coun- ters on k'i tip'. Oi, bitter fruit, forbear, I'm just ready to cry. Did you ever hear htiprenicioua practlcea into tbe i're'ideoc Granulated Sugar Pri?ee. try possessing a show like John B. Djrla', a forbeai! I feel thee in my boom, There's ot anything so mean?" New York GraphMr. lilalne haa uaed the tiower and icllu-- e naught but danger lurketh there, from ic. renconsideration of the nee of the Fpealterhip (irt to inlerfr up to blosom. We touch CARPENTER & CAMNITZ, ders reality the mora vivid by contrast. Tu ground-sprou- t There ia on record the case of a snail that d acrd Elephant, and Ills Tbe with lexi'lxioo and next to car from which endeavor to we taste tbe pleasure's gone, The apron-pai- u went to sleep on the 24th of March, 1847, be sure there are show Royal Attendant, SUJAT and DABAI UNDERTAKERS, rich rtllroad mtgntiei the tht pttuni TbaOreat begins across the cruel knee we're create a belief In the composition of the and slumbered until March 7, 1850. It for hi aerTlcc. Thii we charge and hold ICY., MoKINNEY, - -Nashville moon being actually green chee, so far n drawn, And oh' ye vhil was picked up in the Egyptian desert and h it to be full proved bj Mr. Blaine letters prepared to furnish VToodand Metallo Bartai World Are it effects upon the Average man. The new having retired to the topmost recesses of Its even in the farm in which be allowed tbrm Caaea, Hearse and Burial Robe of oil kinds. monster is not such a show; it believe that SrELLA.li SrATisTicu. The number of shell, it was stuck to a piece of card board Producing More Rare Wild Beasts than were to ro tothe puplic. But with Mr. Blaine before exhibited under canvaai. All the public know a thing or twn and would stars visible to tho unassisted vision on a as if dead. It was labelled and sent to the eter u a private citixen, with hit familj quarter of the (llabo hare been ranstand such a practice of deception upon clear night is about three thousand. The British Museum. For four years it showsacked for wlld.carnlToroua animal. good or 'nad, we would rather bave not them. Therefore, we will give a correct opposite hemisphere, containing as many ed no signs of life, when some one thought nothing to do. Would it not br the way STANFOnD. KY. synopiia of what you will see in Doris' more, makes the number that can be seen they saw it move and a warm bath was ortend to make the people doubt the truth of Open Dens Wild Beasts 20 W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. New Monster Shows. It would be impos without a glass about six thousand. These dered. This aroused his snailship and he 20 he charge of Mr. Blaine' public venalitr Exbltlted Kre of Charge In ths public streets. sible, however, in an ordinary newspaper are divided according to their apparent cautiously put his head out of his shell and and corruption if he should bring action) Blxeof Btage,t20x5O. Eight complete aets of Seta-prgo into details concerning the at- brightness into six classes, called respect- - walked on top of the basin. report to Seating capacity, Including gallery, . for libel against thoie who prefer them? 3 .Keajonanie ratea to good attraction. Addreas 3 MONSTER tractions. However, a few of them can be ivelv, first, second, third, fourth, fifth and New York World raacala oul! a abort. Turn the In four years the railrord directors of the mentioned and to theie justice can nut be sixth niagrtitudos. Stars so remote as to be religion of lilalne seemi to Le a mat-le- r done. First and foremost of all cmie invisible to tbe naked eye are callel tele- cntinirv are believed to have pumped BThe C3r. 3F2.- of great moment to hin henchmen. Not Theodorin, the White Spotted Sacred Ele scopic stars. These are cUaaiGed aa far aa $200,000,000 of water into their stock. Al REPBKSr.'StS the real cost of building railways that Mr Ingrraoll nd Mr. Dorney aud Mr. phant, or Apia of the Buddhist for so the fourteenth or higher magnitudea. There though has continued to diminish, the price to in If it h the white elephant been called aud being, of course, no abrupt transition & Klkina would refune to eupport him haa increased 54,440 per mile of were not diuonetralrtl to them beyond his royai or foreign cmmis'ion LouliTllle, Kt., Cincinnati, O., and Indlanapoll, these magnitudes, on arbitrary divis- - vesters to an Ind , dealers In Steluwiy A 5oua Dfcier Bro.', civil tint he wan etrictly orthodox. The era Sujth and Dara A fact beyond con ..... l.- -j l.i.u. - j.c.t. I ,,ir. fn !..! r.nr.i.M road This addition was in addition Haines', J. A C Tlscher, Voo A bon Baldwin k here Hlreudy enormously mtlated capital. V Co a Cottage, Upright and ?iuare Piano Forte; lth atich a p rpot) I to invent him irtdiciion, i, tht Tl.eodorm ta the only ence of astronomers. Twenty are as, ,. u also tbe Estey, dbonlnger and Hamilton Organ. - tuuiu uvt, l ruauunit retiKinrity that he will calch nil ceiiuine in America, ol tile first magnitude stars, sixty. five as second as tue lltlliutnc ui Instruments suld at prices and terms to suit Doo't give your orders till you get oar He U animals held uiet sacred by the Siamese. magnitude, two hundred ns third, fourhtin-tire- d cost over 530,000; the shareholders paid, or brethren ouiiri; Had Kirf;. the Danville, Ky. prices and terms. were supposed to pay, $70,000 per mile. It lW-t- f mill to be a CoiiRrfKMionaliet, born of a He ia a great curiositv aud no person and fifty as fourth, eleven hundred ae went to l'rei'bvurian father und u Iouiu Lalholic should mil this opportunity of seeing his filth and About four tnous.nud its sixth. ia a little wonder that the bubble I 8 Milliuery & Dress-Maki- n BaptUt by atlintlr. " Epicopal. royal majesty. The troupe of Fourteen The number of telescopic stars ia much pieces. :t mother, a SJEPAUATfi ICIXGS Trintera' errors do occur, wo must admit, Embracing 1C0 All 6tar Performers. The Largest eentlment tid by early cdticstion Heal, Brawuy Tur'hs, lirt appcarm.e iu larger, beini; reckoned by some authorities ian in AT SIoICIIVNEY! m.d BMOciation a dieciple of Alexander America, most wonderful in their feato of as hi.'h as twenty millions. Problems of but they are fabulously uncommon when Assemi Uuceol Circus Lelebiltles together In the world, (deluding 11 Brawny Turk, H oight of of their being made, civilized apar In thslr Native Cuttuaies compared to chaucea strength, forming human pyramids, etc, Nature. Campbell. This in a jwwerful who will I have received a full line of every variety of AthThrilling Mllllnerr. aud lurlte an Inspection of tho lama. and bDobs and papers are monuments lo letic Feats, Wood Aerobe lo Achievements, for one man lo carry about with Selbini's French Troupe of Bicycle Riders, rful Vaulting and Leaping, Miss Cynthia Carson, who Is aw expert Id tb bns- Judge Drummond, of Milwaukee, ex- tho correctness of the craft, their swiftness a on High aud herculean Kacrclses lneis. win assist me. uooii and price him. But when I wa a boy another boy the bet and acknowledged championi of tbe hole forming Human Tyramlds. very low. pressed himself thus to three lawyers of JMS. 31. r, TAIUjEK. wan a tbe world and certainty of touch, education and Mooio Family of Siberian helblnls French Troupe of Ulcycla Hldera, the told uie of his fathei'a dog, that he McKinney, Ky. .'11.11 that city who put iu bills amounting to of the World' Moore Round's Printers' acknowledged Championsbkaters, tbe most skllllul vigilence. "moneler 6ce dop, half hound half ielter Roller Skaters, moat skillful lady and gen- Family, Siberian Boiler for settling ku estate worth j32,-00Lndy and Gentlemen bkaters on Earth. The Cabinet. n! half litill.iloif" The fraction of that tiemen skaters in tbe wcrlU. Kntu iisy, Charming Katatuorpa, Queen ot tbe Rep'.lle'.Vorld. "Gentlemen, you consider yourselves . S Katamorpa, KlfflA l?ey, the Dexterous KnlfcThtower! dog pcemed to me to overlay comehow. the dexterous You Can Have It. good lawyers, but these charges ore infamBrothers 8, tho Greatest Acrobats, living or and I examined him. He proved to he the quten of the reptile world, who haudlcs would I give to have your hair"" ueao. 4 uooin uruiuoi "My dear.what t. I'ciiu.i.tr Having leased this desirable resort and thor-ous. They aie such as men who aretcoun-drel- a n j ....... M.,..M..hhubhi vtiit.Ai.i ...in i.f. . "-- ;" now iirei'ared to aeeam- Is often eald by middle aged ladlea to young onea. M'.c"?.i","v:"u.'."0 what wai called in nelRhborhood parhnce the veuomona ami deadly serpents. We "i .rV ".'..: . V.71. r.rani ougiuy renovatcu it, I aoi following ,nB and thieves at heart would make. Madam, yoa may have Just auch hair. Parker's modate rates: at the FalcIcr." Mis Anlo-- I . onery yaller itump-taiie- d could continue writing each and every at'an J 7w This charge of $15,000 is cut down lo ii Hair Balaam wlll,glTe It to you. It will atop your .,!ai j. ii...,.,i ueuauatwus ,.n 1. u slaft U'lm and IManl and lOUZlOZ. per week u i uiuiu ..nt.nln,,. wm mv t. Per day - J 00 traction, but space will not permit, hut we con in LomUvllle Time. Costume Changes! Win. Sbqwles, hair from falling ou", restore tho original color and Instantaneous ot all Chamtilou Bareback Klderf Per meal of $o,000 each to $300." those the Champion con advise you all thai Dons has tho finest make It long, thick, soft and glossy. You need not Klla stokes, beat Barebaek hquestrlenue lu elthtr Cottage of 2 rootui and cook room, per weak- - 10 M The boy who in fotbidden to go barefoot "0 I room " " " " " " girls. The Balsam Ii Europe or America! Halite Marks, the Pleasing, You will ue the finest show in the world. "A funny thing about tho Cincinnati stand helplessly envying tho M Single room, er week is defrauded, and he had a right to protea Arena! The not oily, not a dye, but Ii an elejint dressing and Popular, Petite Piemler ol the Talk, Sing, Pray. Families who Itirnleb their own rooms and . The male riders, best female riders, more j til full ol murderers' ii the fact that some Circus, Dogs that with tear and obiurgntion-oven recommended for cleanliness and pu- Bead, Play Cards, Hold bchool and Smoke Cigars! board at tbe Hotel, per week more acrobat, more Ieapersund more of them aro a little fastidious about who Is especially No two families can occupy the stme pottag Mr. John Patterson, the Celebrated Irish Clown! poor little v,t hox the tama right if she on under shall be hung on tho same pcatlbld with rity. of theWorld! Mile. without Brat making a special coutract. Special Tom Ward, Champion Leaner animah than were ever exhibited Jy choose to aasert it, but ahe ia taught that ake water Lliettc, Heroine of Flying Hlng and Trapeze Ar- - ratea to clubs. No twraonaallo'eJ Positive Cure for Piles. that them. One objects to beitiK hanged with a Kemember, nl-tists' :The Macarto Brothers 3, Uatslc Poatu- oa Injugi unless he la or has been a boarder, citafeet will get dirty and one management. it is not pretty, her To the people of this county ve would say that horses. Accommodable and accommodation for three-rinia circus and an elevated negro; another doesn't want to swine ofT in tanned, nr.d, woit, of all thing?, they will this a In iidilltlon to these there are almost a number-le- t tions furnished from the train at all times. we have been given the sgency ol lr. Marchlal'a SCl-". '. Kai,E31JiX. lot of Ufer lights, making up the roMerol designed stag j and with all thee unimpeachable company with a man who e crime was more Itallau I'll Olntuio-emphatically guaranteed spread out at tho toe as uature the beat Clrcu Couiany Ibruugbout. fapace will go early atrocious than his own." to cure or mojey refunded Internal, External, not renult further detalla; for full particulars see boy who cannot kick facia, we would auggen that yen they should. But the Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 60 cents other publications. The in order to get cood heat. The show will off hia shoca and stockings and couit the a box. Kb cure, no payi Tunny A McAllster, cimi: roil iii.k-- . positively be in Stanford on September fltli. tickling gran, and let the eaml run Wweeu Pllea nrjj frequently prccwled l.j n tvnw f eight Druggists. X.IVE STOCK. however, that the grand, free his toe, and et Htore bruieos on hia heel Don't forget, In the and lower part of tho nWomon, Daughters, Wives and Mothers. in the Takes place dally at 10 a. M. and surpasses to magMERCHANT I uppoolieliaieomeatT:tlon COMMISSION deserves commisera- street demouatrationa will occur and atiib hia toe nails, ciii'lntf tho ptit lent to Wc emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlst's open dena of o' tin kidney or lielglilorlng ainni. At tlnio, nitude all other Parade erer seen In America, It It la almost in bad as overlooking meining at 10 o'clock. Ten remedy, to cure Female Diseastion. a female l.MOX STOCK IAUDS. will be extu)tom Of Indigestion tiro preeut, n flutiilenc), es, such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ih Nearly Tlirco Solid SIUcm lu Robinson Cruaoe for the ChrUtma. marlyrs wild and performing animals of tho Moimicli, etc, A moisture, liko Ulceration, railing and displacemint or bearing .Licugth, posed to full, free view iu the public streets. CINCINNATI, OHIO. for interesting Hlerary enlertainutent. putptralloti, producing n scry disngrcwtllo Itching, down feeling, Irregalarlttlcj, Barrenness, Change JUST AS GOOD. And requires nearly an hour to pass any given getting Brm, It a cry common attendant. Timei. Detroit ftr besides many weaknesses point. Extensive arraugaments have teen effectOFFFI0B INISUEEP PENS. jlcljatoucstg tho ef Mfe, Leucorrliea, Minyuncrupulou dealer miy tpll)outliej liavo Illlml, nitsxllngniid Itching ed for pringlag from tho above, like Headache, Bloat-InKIlKi: UISTllIUUTION. RKraaastccs. Merchants National Bank of Cinteiuedlea for Coujlia aad UI1 cUillu unrlt uul iu applleut Ion of Vt Ilosnuko Tilo Iti Med) , hlch acts Sleeplessness, Kervour deSpinal Weakness, What cmei tlio great ruU at Melloberti Cboap Excursion Ratos on All cinnati, Traders National Bank of Covington, or erery reapect Juit aa pood ai Hi old reliable Dr. dlteelly upon tbo pari affeclcJ, absorbing the bility, Palpitation of tho Heart, Ac. For sale by any officer of Boone county, Ky. PniK Stor V Tim frre lilittlbiitlon of mnipl BailroadB. Cough and Luus Sjrup, unkn )ou IntUt Tunisia, alU'lug tho IiiUihb itching and .fleeting a druggists. Prices Jl and fl 50 per bottle. Send HoHinko gggg&EHTOK. Cattla Salesmen, i.f Dr. UoiHtiko'a Cough and Lung - rup, tli l.'tvi begins permanent cure. Price W cents. Addreas tbo l)r, unoii this remedy and lll tako no other, you ar to Dr. Marchlii, Utlca.N.Y., for pamphlet, free. Doors open at 1 and 7 v, u. Prlormance nogSateman-B.- F. GREENE. niiwt popular remedy for Cougln, ColJa, Conauniptlon BLAINE'S METHODS Blawt's Libel Suit, By the course he lis elec'ed Mr Blaine haa forced tbe Stntiml into a twwitioii re quiring It to prove the truth or falsity of W. P. WALTON. the rumors It hax referred to. It la Mr Blauie own doing. Thfn wltlun wan'l iinl JFrUUtv, ot our own seeking It ia Mr BUnie'n own doing. Hia nrtion wa a dupendoua tula ANNUM. tke. "He has committed a crime," nnid strictly la advance. It w hire to ne of Napoleon' Manuals to Tulleyratid When pall "Wone than than that," aunneioil thei min wilt nr time, 83.50 will be charged. later, "he hr committed a blunder." Mr i'ubfninf 'JW(i sa.ou X'EIt Record ol Half a Ccnfuiy. Tho Sunday Husband. Mr. B,iooni Head, tho oldest lypo In this , One of the most amusing studies at any office, and one of the oldest in tbe world, I fashionable watering place, writes a Cape has been at the case for more than half May correspondent, is the woman with a n century. He haa averaged 7,000 m'a per Sunday huthand, but I have nowhere else day aud haa work! .100 days per annum found it so diverting as at Cape May. The for 53 years. During this tinio he has tet number of wives who are left widows durup .1 15,500,000 letfen and has distributed ing the week, to he joining from Saturday JUDGE M. J. DURHAM COMING -- ii a Candidate for (ongr-- s In tlis 3th DUttlet aubject to tbe will of tbe Detnoctacy. JAMES B. ftlcOREAUY Is for Conyre In tu Eighth District, aubject to the will oltha Democracy, a Candidate dlln ulltl to-d- t-- an equal number The average reach for a type ia two fiel, Mid for distributing tho stue, which taken together, aggregates a distance of 'JOJ 500 miles, or equal to (en und one haif tunes the circumference of the earth. If each type, which ia an inch, was laid lengthwise mid touching, the length would equal twiox ibu Atlantic Cible, or about 0,000 utiles Lay these types one upon another twelve to tho inch 'twould make a pile that would rie 150 miles, ten limes further up than our atmosphere Hale and hearty, Mr. Head begins work from '2 to 1 o'clock, und dots sot leave the office before 1 i. m. He never speska except when nokeii to and only leaves the caitt whon he has lo move a gal-leHe lakt a recrsa of one hour at noon, and is as regular n clockwork. Hia old head ia still level and hia arm strong enough to set up all he may be required, Ironi four to six columns, and this he cheerfully does when we are behind. And when he gets in n good way of setting he has to be stopped or there ia no telling what he would do. He is like the Owen county democrats, juet call on him for what you want and he will have it up in good time. He can stand more than soy other man, for during the entire 55 years he Iibb never sat iiKn a stool, but "eel" while on his feet. When short of copy hiwH up and down the floor wit1, his Vten eyes ever glancing at Ihe empty hook. Harrodsburg Democrat. s. et night until Monday morning by Philadelphia spouses is very great and inevitably they include a certain proportion of coquettes. Now, it is a common sillyness In ertrcmjly raw young men to llirt with married women. There you have the essential conditions. From the going out of the trrin on Monday morning until the coming in of the same on Saturday evening, these iiiddy wivea covertly exchange sentiment with beaux, walk, with them, bathe with them, lotion the beach with them do nothing that ia overly wicked, but veiy much that is shameful, nevertheless. And on Sunday the married flirt kills two fond birds with one stone cleverly thrown. She doles on her husband in the moat undis gtiised and captivating manner, and I give her credit for sincerity in every demonstration nf affection, from the greeting kiss to the parting hug. He correctly believes that she loves him dearly, but it is also true that she knows and fully intends the effect produced upon a beau. She has at no time gone so far in flirtation as to permit a kiss, or even a prolonged clasp of the hand; but now she can show him how clinching-l- y loving she can be when propriety permits. And don't you conceive how the sight must twist and twang bis heart j9k.- W. M. II. THOMPSON, flolaBay 2 Of Laurel county, Kr., Ii a Candidate for 8JaU Huperiiior of Tatei for tbeSth Cmttreialnnal District of Kentucky, Norenitxr election, 1831. ijOTeee n jfWaTeJJg'3ggjJpP StllOEON a' (- - 1- Tho Mighty Monarch of all Aggregations ENTERPRISE Grocery. Ianiicastcr, Keutucky, GEO. D. BTJRDETT iJno. S. Doris' of-ne- Lately been Making sive Additions ly wa-n'- -- Tue'nclver' MuseiiMi, 3feiingcric, Aqiiariuiu FSiFSllSefS Ln 1 - e' Saturday, Sop. 6. niight-have-bee- THEODORUS White-Spotte- 50 Cage IMfcungerle 50 ---- t59-3- hia-tor- OPERA y. CIRCUSES "STWsvtevm 1). II. Raid win o., attt-ndaii- relirei-etit.iuv- ii li5SiggSygJ.s a, Post-offic- e, nrat-ciaa- never-ce- asing 0: knife-thrower- Sle-gti- st HALE'SWELL. c "'.rii.1! ".!? 1 I . iham-plonD- ath-lpt-- a, ' o, tf Grand Free Street Parade W. M. COIVTETER, --- 1'11-- n, St;' -- t- nod DrontMtli uan ou tho market. Itcgular alzs CO cvaUaulJl.W. Halls to U greatly doeehod, Trices, W cent ,1.00. SjU by Mcltolvrts ii Uzg. and Boauko Medicine Co,, I'l'iua, Ohio. Sold by Mcllob. erUJt Etagg. For sale by Penny A McAllattr, Drugjlsta. one. hour later. One ticket admits to all advertised shows. 8hep 5almaa-- W. M. CONNaBU- - jmshjissm iniiiimi m mtammtmm A REPUBLICAN piper, tho BoMou Jleruld, Into the great nlncli the milk i 10 thus arraigns its party for the treatment of te arrangThe I.ivingitin Coal Co cauldron, as fs: ts nlays of milkers thieves: "Among the things which the ing their so they can lead on the osn draw it fruin tun ohms. The cheeses of Gav, Cleveland wish to have August 20, 1884 supporters the better is the policy of ihe L. & N. and K. ('. both. They are alio feet in diimeler and six inchare akut Stanford, Ky changed for their capacity. es thick; weight varying from 00 to 70 Its. Administration toward the thieves and -- C. Phillip, of Lebanon, paid us a They find a market in France, almost ex-- 1 W. P. WALTON. in the public service. Plundering and viit this week, upon busines we presume. cheating by the wholesale aud retail havo Miss Bert Shreve will go to Stanford the cli.tvlr. Delicious cheece it i, with a DKilxaa la buttery smoothness, iui ocaen's Bitter than been going on for years in the various de- 1st l ol September to attend it the S Enx'l'h or Atnerlciu, to uiy DEMOCRATIC TICKET. .u",e- ,T,'i Drugs, Books, Stationery and partments, as the disclosures and discover F. C during the next ten month's session. j -cow Hre all belled. Their rartous . rn ies from time to time have partially FOR PRESIDENT, wishes to make s Your correspondent HArct kr inioj ni uuiuo. '"CV'f--:of that character hang in tvo rows, But what guilty man has been some apologies for speaking iu the manner ment QBOVEIt CLEVELAND, as long as the ranks of tlu klne. on a rack I'hjslrlsns' inscrlpilnrsacfiraUly comroutiUil, arwCfi'-vTv-- punished ? One scapegoat was selected for he did about the parly that explored Wild Or 2f kw York. ' ,,o " the whMcy ring, but not a riscal has bteu Cat Mountain hit Sunday on horseback. in front of them. Very mutical aro these A-- . sumo iAini.tj,.-,y- yi kA.l!U. FOB cow Mis of Switzerland and we nre always I xjiaij?,:s;j i 'IIT Star-rouIf "i jailed or a dollar recovered of all the Their equipments were simplv tirstelass in IilOTIll SxX: y A. HENDRICKS, heirlng nf them During the day the Tirfisfrt'y.'Tt-- r iN. THOMAS gang and its stealings by the million. every respect; it was a real nice party and it JJ ij-.At. Cv . Or lnDikiix. music is kept up by (he The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Hundreds of millions have melted away in a very enjoyable occisinn. "young things" that are "coming on" to rethe dissolvirg views of our navy, but noJewelry and Silverware MECTOM FOR STAT AT LAIOK, ,lAn Explanation'' Explained. pine or swell the number of the cows in BEN B. ROBBINS, body has been caught at the plundering Mir To ttu Editor efts Interior Journal. i 1 S .J fj!', milk. Tliec ar Mled also and the F.Tjr '.roiiuht toVthis market Prices Lywcr than T r W. B. FLEMING. r. the Lrr:. which must be going on A high defaultitilir, l. ai .1 Jew Iry lie Your last issue contained an article in Htes see to It that the uiilc is kept up to pslrril en shoit notice atnl WarrsnteJ ing official walks out of jail in the capital DISTRICT ELECTORS, whioh it gave the club tint went from full "VPiiiort pitch" t'i livflong diy. We First Rhea Boyd, of McCracken County. and keep in communication vtth bin Stanford to Williiuiebun:, rthtT a bid were Becocd Ctomwell Adslr, of Union County. Jt ttieii to her thee friends, but the government doo not find IhlrJ-Jo- hn S Khea, of Logan County. name, stating that our club w.s a lot of "S,tii hsll rlnyers" from the moment we him. Petty peculations in the naval and Fourth 6am B. Ikrrj.ot Marlon County. piel ttl'up charaeici t 1 am silNtied, if you strtic Pre de Joux and we like the muic army and notoffice supplies are scarcely a Bullitt, Jr., of Jrfferfon County. Flfth-J.- F, bring the matter to a test, that the charac- bstter the mere we hae of It. Tt.e bells Co. Sixth Leslie T. Aprlcgate.of Pendleton three days' wonder when dicovred. The ter of each member of the club would com- are not like ours, rvtoie art shaped like Seventh Ira Julian, of Franklin County, pooplo want an Executive Department that highth O. N. Robinson, of Shelby County. pare more than favorably whit the suppos- a hs.tidlless dinner bell of an American i will not be interested, for partisan reasons, ed Nloth-- S. S. SaTnge. of Boyd County. gentleman that wrote the uncalled for bmrdtn-hous- e the tones of whioh hve so I in overlooking or 'hushing up' corruption Tenth John P. Palycrs, of Morgan County. MMtnt i.s-article. He signed himself "A Ltmrofthe touched s resjtiinir. cherd in us all of Adair County. oftn Elercntli Rollln Hurt, andrascality in the puMic service, hut will Spoit." We are satisfied that he did not in a region niMr the lioirt. yet no, of It Uanlunrc,. Ilorvo Sliout, (Jrocurlis g3 vigorously to work to discover, prevent ',,I,M mike a correct statement there, for he Then tliete is a Ir"n' Quceiimrarp, IIiikkj- - Willie bell of almost EDITOR'S DAY. and punish them. And to tecure this there HiiKny lieulM, .SiviN, should have signed himself "Hoodlum!' prosiieien slit, with a most resonant, melChiio Mills., lIantH8, must be a change in the political control of Every dog has his and this is ours. SpoktH, If the gentleman (?) will go with us ralex, low key. Imagine 60 to 100 of these, going OltlrrMIlK ,.,,,, 'verH, Ky , Aug. 28. Responding the government." ,CI,,IH his expenses will be paid, including ftee Louisville, Ntotiouare, Com Midlers, Collars at mice, under the vcious Miintjlws of 10,- to the (jeneral Invitation extended by PresjUI.i U In the debate a few years ago in Congree. tickets into the bill grounds for bath VVU t! . ..f9 IjiiaIa tt ' Vwu.f IAatvtuMta.1 lttlirf ) 1V pi . , nU(.tllA IVIUIilllVU Ut"lP ! ident Bennett H. Young to the press of between Ben Butler and John YouugBrowu, gamee. CAn. or thk' Ph:ui I'pXi.ve" las ""Q. aamp:oa btsol and Br.uloy Combtoed Plows, WooJen aud thsy gnxed, with itwir bloody bills; each Kentucky, supplemented by a personal let- of thii State, the latter described blm about Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated tfayaeld HUvAtor. h a diderent n.itv, each music tell Tia Seof- ter to Tiait the city as the guest of the Great as well as language would do it. Butler iu; aaa uuttorin? will hava prompt attention. a,iv rotlbw, and you have the chime that Southern Exposition, we took the L. & had charged the South with wholesale mursalutes .Mir ears by day And deepens our ' Salesmen JohnUrluht.Jr, Express at the solemn hour of 2:30 A. M. der and to this Brown tcok epeoj.d excep- AS SEEN BY GEO. O.BARNES liiturr by night. Wednesday and arriving here on time, have tion and said: "Now, again, that accusation The cvw are pretty creatures, lek and I since keen enjoying the fatted calf killed hae come from one I speak not of men, II A. IHE TILE IuCHllI" fat, with square, d it backs ind very thor in honor of the Acsociation. Of 80 odd but of language, and within the rules, of OHghbred forais. Only the liornj are pleb ConPkk he Joux, (on the Jura) Canton pawwngers on our train mora than 40, this House that accusation against thit isc Iodk, straggling and unsymmetricil ductor J W. Brown told us, had Exposition people has come frsa oae who Is outlawed VAN!'. SwiT7.tLAND, JllU ll".!.. lSJ , about like our .Khrrt horns The? i In sir-tickets, a fact which shows that the exhibi-lio- n in his own home from respectable eocietv; Deer Jnlri mt are tiviehingly l'ne H.indled gently from (CatlBaned front last issue) iii already attracting the whose name is synonymous with false hood; and accus'omi-- d to the touch of Leavinc this unsavi.ry subjsct, we the interest it so eminently deserve s Besides who is the champion and has beeu upon all csme to the loot of the great mountain, far tusn, they come to you and lick your hand, DRUGGISTS JUID PHARMACEUTISTS. a display that challenges the admiration of occasions, of fraud, who is the apologist of up whose dark, side e were to in the pastnre, anywhere They are pstted every visitor, the management is constantly thieves, who is such a prodigy ol vice and dwelling plscs Ilre "Jimmy" from etrliest calf hood. I saw one of 'he offering special attractions and this is meanness that to describs him would sick- have our dismounted from his box; si did we alt herd boys trying to take a calf a few months called military week. Ten or a dozen crack en imsgination and exhaust invective. In from our psrehs-- , at as frequent intervals old from one place to another and when he IX2iVXlCIlH I companies are here and since Tuesday have Scotland years ago there was a men . whoe as the steepneps of the way required !.. not sawed in driving it, the young ( DriiKN, jdul ll'nll Paper, IVIiicx, been drilling nnd ijoing through the mo- trade was murder, and he earned hi Hveli-hoo- d .Mimical OiruitoalM, liooiiH, wot knowing wbst be which was disagreeably oiln. Jimmy V thirg MTtrnntl l.lnunr IllM(l'l(fllU'U(M, tions of war for prlxea aggregating SI 500, by selling the bodies of his victims for "poo-free- " Mallunury, no longer fully availed to excite I wanted, he bethought himself of another iiKHrsi. OIIh, paid to the best drilled organizations. These gold. He linked his name with the crime, Noupu, lVsimt'i'OH, n the tired brutM as they dragged the Running before the little creator, I.lttllpH, I'crfiiHicry, drills are conducted on beautiful grounds and I'lre .tllicliln it is known throughout the riage up the sharp elopes. The whip came he turned a somersault upon the grass.then surrounded by an amphitheatre cipable of world as 'Burking.' If I wished to describe promptly in to aid the driver's voice. The j sprang up and ran away with a hoop in the accommodating 15,000 people, and today all that was pusillanimous in Thos. lllchanli, who will Ilep.,lr IVatcl.p and Cloeki Promptly war, inhuman road was reminding me all the direction h wished it to go. The calf rinJ In thS it was crowded by people from several hun- in peace, forbidden in morals, and infamous Lex-- 1 derstood tint. of the lovely t'tirnpiko between It was a frolic He stuck dred miles aruund. in politics, I should call it Batleristn." ington and Maysville; but the grades were I his tail straight up in the air, after the With its varied other features, the coun Charles A. Dana, the editor of the New heavy, for the mountain was high and steep. fvhion of playful calfhoou", and broke into ty exhibits at the exposition form one of the We picked wild strawberries en route to a mail galojs after the boy. Then it was a' mest interest. Some counties have tried Yoik Sun, never had a drop of democratic beguile the way. They arc plsntif j! and fair The biy plied his legs sdtuira theirs, as complete blood in him, being an old and violent themselves in making and it is a notorious fact in New good little things, withI the full strawberry bly, .but calfy was Un much for him. He and attractive as ever, while others have . t M I n t .1 ntil til m ttttatoil 7 finlsiifii a- - - 4Uu overinoK me yo'inpier .u..-.- r, ui ai tno JH) ni tne dons but little. Lincoln is away behind York citv that he has offered himself f r - ' w marv than w shed hi fonr.foot.! rhari. t.i sale in every presidential race eisre that cf oiten meciseinine aiansiers oi tne mod we were really mortified at the email-neAND ket. "Ciilchah"' is not always no unmix-- ' to go. g.vea bawl, a kick np of triumph when we were so well 1S68. He was treacherous to Tilden, to of her exhibit, ' ed good, if JJnston does think it everything then a gentle butt of friendly recognition In Inx-ixilni-- e aware that with a little enterprise on the Hancock and is now even more meanly ! At last we were up and we emened on the ' the bay's r'.bs nnd the eme was over Both ' partofber farmers and others she could treacherous to Cleveland. Money secures mountain top, upon a plateau that looked had their own war and were fronds at the t A I'tlll llllil rmnnlof . ,,,-excel even the best. Again we call their his editorial spce for any cansj that is able imnri. I tiuuraoiug eV like an exquisite pjrk. It wsonlv a cow Mn .. VnnU il,, ,11 mnirl,,...!.. ii.i..,r r...... ,i... atUation to the fct that we will receive to pay for the use of it. Pen Butler owes pasture, hut . was a pic. ,re ,f .,,.., alt tnd a- - happly I think they would if we eol lo ,; to ll lurKo dlloM fo illlike anything of interest from them delivered the St.n at present. Hence, . Jlr. Dia'r lilircb iLoh ,"" multc? thasame. Clumps of g.gin.ic fir- - and ,11 l the gift of knowing how to driv. ' uliat qtllliitlfy nr qimllfi- and properly displayed without a cent's political course is never a matter of conroll Mllut iim I ..iiii imH i.lli ViI.IHi ? scared most artMicllv over an The gr.s L very fine -- er,al to our b..i . , prlcCK cern to honest men in either , party. f Sunco.'t to them. ,IH,lt expanse of greenest gras.; vistas inviting to b'uegra.s pvtures. What a velvety turf n '"With due appreciation of our assist-aao- o day Argus. mil asNorfiitcill of Coflllls. C'ii'm i emhrnCm a stroll: higher mountain rsnges to right 0,. ,, ,, mVJim. Hnon B the mountain pts.ures ' in infirming tho people of the scope, 1C"' a U0TE5 OF CURRENT EVENTS. MI.3 ...... aro rooiua and left, across lorelv vallevs inr.tiic to a w.,. t, -oppoMlteKf. iNttpli IIo(el, Slnnfonl, liy. beauty and attractiveness of its great unclimb with Alpiue stock in I sketon bok;! m0T1. oJr to another, where a second chalet The war between China andjFMcc dertaking, the Exposition management haB while above the very sky of Italv-- fjr 3- that abandoned ar,d still while the hrd Is btea Itvish with its hospitalities, It not being pushed wiib'vigon not be a deeper blue, nor b,ar the 'nt.soon A burglar at F.ll Creek, Pa., killed a with sound of acllv life only procured from the railroads raise fcr Co. ey lieaveaw ard through us azcre twef .oted anl four fnted. hotels and lady ard fatallv Injured three other perits gut's'.o to coiaeAon.bat the ' Alpine pests Thev are Ttiefl:ssar the other public pleac;s, the street car lines sons. CHAMBERSBimo.PA. Our. he.i'e was thet of a Monsieur CorTO, a,0. unmerciful biters and they airKit run ' ? Bildyvin, has.betnj apptdatyd we don't often and (no uot the Five Awards at Ihe Lonisville Exposi-tio- ri who owrw quite a tract of liod on this the pvr cows md. I will not & y that drink, either collectively or individually) General Passeneer agent of the L , 2.A. In 1833. mountain, liv ja Lausanne and bad only tbe? Rro worw than tick.', these ar have all been thrown open to us. And to- C. Kiilroad. rn 'n u 2 la :V) l.ii- - Ir''"' frfeossals;.! T M ittft day bfore in arrival at i qnit at n.jht, thorH villianonslr earlr A a Wolford'a nomination for day at 1 ojclock a lunch, as it was called, )in'hr lartvsi lDitr is cilled ' chiiet"lri.e Mills t,.wtHs.tlh(r'irM Mi, illil'V III Bertram hav jUchaU:. Evirythiog was nude bj acclamation, They take to Vernon voMcnu'ly ir?re.ditVnbiErpJet1w& eprwd.orJUB ,nnl 1 I Ml s ll world li r uik'ii( a i .1 ti r c with rancti iu our far prtfrring his under young kfn and vounc Wrllo I r .rlffS. AJrUtM li at tke Park ftutaurant on the ground', af- ing withdrawn. I L.'Pur.Tear was nom hre. It Wwt in s'Duat 'igmticinie Monsieur borfr full of the blood they thir'tfor, to my inated for comini'tfUneon' tquklixttipu. ter tarring addresses of welcome had been JI'.0. 1). II'KAKUX, The Western A Atlantic handled in iJufoiir and tiii lamily wscupy a i halet a more tougheoel, esoned cuticle. Bu. i the part of made by President Young ... Fl.vL.V T few hundred yards fartlir on. and a little they psntrat my epidermis far too often P. HAMTON. the management tni Col. E Polk Johnson 18S3 2 400 car loads cf watermelons, worth further down the htlliide. We are on the Those greedy fl es are the only teal draw-verr TraTtllag AR!nt brsnrc n, L' in behalf of the city press. These were re- $350,000. This year the same road han SMI iff Ul is a. crest. We had to divide forces there hacks to delicious mountain life that we sponded to in his usual happy style by Col. dled only 950 car loads, or about 0&0.000 for hck of room. Monsieur Corvo owns have vet encountered Strange aud yet nit sja Btcddard Johnston, our beloved president, melons. Lvnch. the colored cbairmsn of the both farm houw only the on we arein.is itranjre that those pestiferous insects should MMitUentheliueof march to the onslaught. ak th.it.. ! which nominated Blaine for kent for hisown exclusive occuosnev. whii infmr .nnh ti.n'ififnl anoa Ait in the bittle on the good thing) had convention, has President, been, nominated by the re- the other is let to a farmer it w,a m0Bt No nUce on earth that Ood..-has boautified I r. ,1 I It TIAirTLf TCCTrXA"r in M C I ' I -- -' a ' raged sufficiently, toasts weie suggested and II t .fc.- - SOB ma J HvVVX X In him to givs us a nice room, with is there w litre thed-v- il publicans of the Sixth Mississippi Distriw kind also his not st hi-- . u"1,l"J-A,J,JiUi.- i responded to m follows: clean, pleasant bids and every detail of bed-- 1 mark. "I5ee!bub" means "god of fl.es.'' Congress. AMI- .The Htate of Kentucky Response by C T. Al- for A young man named Graham was room comfort fully attended (o The chal- - The word takes on new meaning on these ice. Headlines Response by J, R. McCbesney. stabbed and killed in Corytl county, Tezas. et is quite new and quite pretty; built of lovely Jura mountsins. His ways are all .Tho German Press Response by Henry 8. Cohn. stone and rubble plastered; finished within hateful and unpleisaat. The dear LORD'S Response by John A. The murderer, his father and the .father of Region The dead man met and quarreled at the in pine floors, sides, ceilings and odiferous onlr are "ways of pleasantness and paths ol the Bell. A Lsircc Slock of ihe follouliig therewith. I like the wholesomt fragrance peace.' Ever in Jesus, Tie Ladies ot Kentucky Response by John G. grave and nil three were killed. Craddock. (J F.O. B.WINE8. Mr. Bickett, conductor on the through grettly. Seme don't. Uot I wis exactly! The "IVanorile Deeatrlck" Response by W. W. freight from Lexington to Cincinnati, wa sailed. c- -" UmeUe. Vccording to Sim Ilinihii's ititement at Monsieui Corvo is a stout Fatt-rKentucky and Its Future Response by seirously if not fatally injured today by the; last esion of Congre, Siso.ioo, 170.01 Baker Grain Drills. Btickevo Grain Drills, being knocked off the cars whi'c thy gentleman, very short and thick, with gray JolinT. Hazelrlgg. ItlcShcrry Grain Drillo, Hoosicr Grain Drill, by A. T. Morey, were pis'ing through a tunnel about ten moustache and ren tics, quite line what Mr. wa appropriated f pay the expenses of the The ' Seuthtrn Kentucky Response by E. L. Star Kalamnzo Harrows Dudley Hudson, of Bovie county, was at CO Government and keep up ifa credit. inilei north of Louisville. He is not exHog. It will cost the Government 550,000 a Ohimpion Sulkj Plows, Champion Steel Beam Plow, years. His wife and two younger ladies Geo-g- e pected to recover. Ths Cincinnati Exposition -- Response by Oider Millr, Cnne Mills, Cane Mills, Evaporators, Peed Gutters, year to enable the Postmaster General to M. Dittos. Judge Charles E Kincaid, Private make up the familv; whether his daughters give the letter carriers the fifteen days j BtiRgies, Carriagos, Surroys, Spring Wagons, Farm TVngons, Szo. Tribulations of an Interviewer Response by Secretary lo the Governor, has bjen ap- ire guests, I did not findont. Just ncross leave o' absence allowed them by the new Joseph Eaklns. pointed by his Excellency to go to Italy tho low stone fence, that quite runs around A few aiollnoiiiifl Furwi and Itratllcy Sulky IMottsae l.4vn Tao Puai of Louisville Responto by Hawthorne llian yard, the usual Swiss law just passed by Congrets. and bring back to Kentucky the remains Ihe large, park-liknni: Cost to flONO out. silver-plateForty-tw- o and cow barn is built. Here, carefully tended Judga W. M. Flnley iras Toast Master. of Joel T. Hart, the sculptor. Mr. Kine plated "liver trays are used lo j All the toasts were happily responded to, caid will leave within ths next few days by n corps of men and boys, over fifty cows twenty-fivsupply the L.fc. fcenators wiih drinking though some were a trille lengthy iu er for New York and will sail without delay-N- are cared for; milked morninz and evening; 'J-water, while the employes of the Senate use IEnT jireaiing themselves. 1 JEdL better appointment could have been and twice a day the milk is turned into sixteen water coolers. cheese. The barn is a greit, square, The editors were then conducted thro' made. The Sergeint-at-Arm- s of the Hou-- e of stone structure. A description of tho largo building to the grounds, where The admirers of Gov. Cleveland among and for all. Everything Representatives gets a salary of armr jrr.t, rTMT. they witnsased the superior prize drills of republicans have never put him forward as onostruc'.uie answers S'oclock the grandest a brilliant man, or one who would make a is carried on under one roof and there is is allowed S500 per year for a horse and tho companies. At LOUISVILLE, wsgou for the use of his office. Lscdoin pyrotechnic display ever seen In this coun great noise as President, hut as a man who under that roof the queerct mixture of keeps a fine span of blooded horses, which naeti-nee- s Closes October Opens August 16th. 1884. try was to havo been givon, but a heavy i.s faithful to the single Idea of performing filth aud cleanlmesi, sweetness and I ever saw. The greit copper he bought in Kentucky for his personal 7:30 and it had to be to the best of his ability ind hoceJtly the that 1C ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. ruin began falling at postponed. It ha3 been e delightful day to duties of any place to which he is called; as boiler, wheto the milk isheated,is as bright pleasure.salaries of the members of the The thabjys and one they will not soon forget a man who when phced in a position of as ecosriug can make il; the wooden tubs House of Representatives amount to SI,- in Tuesday's trust will use It not for his own benefit, to and paddles innumerable, are scrupulously tiln.000 annuillr, except in the cai-- ci a A fnlltr account will be given By Cappa's and Gilr.iore'8, (ho most famous bands or tho world. is contest, nnd then, if the contestant is seat-- 1 W.P.W. inoo. get some other place with, tofill l.is pocket, white anl purely dean; the cheese-rooLarrjest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. anU the the Bjt the floor daintv and It is Aitd that Blaine's suit against the In- - to gain some private end, but who will ex- of the factory is a slop of filth, the cobble ed. ootli seated memder unseattU up to the get their salaries LOWEST RAILWAY RATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. member rdiwnapolis &ntind is not his first libel suit. ecute the trust for the benefit of those who time the contestant is seated, A-ZET stones covered with the accretions of the -Tho Portland (Me.) editor who was sued have created it, honestly and efncientlv. Don't Give Up Yet, stalls; the odor of oO cows, tied up by the N. Y. Post for libel by Bltine in a heated campaign ccirT.A.rsTzxTo rssx: zrr meisxcji.. It doesn't follow tbat a jntlent will die because necks in two long rows from esrly morning Ten works cf Kentucky's jreat sculptor, Joel Hart, the Lest posntle collection few years ago,ea7 that he was not inviwill be paid $3,791,905 lo tobacco There until 0 o'clock r. ., when they ,je releaed tin doctors bare "glun tiim up," or ttat be will Or,ehur.drel countiesln Kentucky will make ejihiUts, duplaylng products hich will t'tmciistrate ted to court. It coU him the price of the dealers during the present this State t tremendous capacities and future An occsiion for Kcmue.Lv year aa a rebate to grate for the night, is overpowering. recover just became tber promise to "pull blm UCkV TRIUMPHANT. NT pride and writ no more. The suit was dismissed on the internal lax, whioh was through," It Is never too lata to try the great reduce! last The clothes, hands, boots of the men are vlrti.es of Parker's Tonic. Mr. Micbnel Oullforle' ih soon as the election was over and the year. IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITION plastered. When they milk I suppose they ofBludbauitoD, N. Y,, was cured cf itbeuniatluu present suit will go the same way, It casta $17,025 annually to furnish the do it with wished hands, fcr the milk is by It nf er ten years of unsiicaVable suffering. Mr. Presectinc at one time in line over JlmoiOO worth of horses, comprislnp all the urea that have mad 1'.. H". Mother, drusftlst, ol same city, certlfl t tbat It coaU.SPJOO per yoar to pay U. S. memberB, officers and anil ptisen """" T" nf ! in extern tne joyai sioct. hhow in '. Senatorthe mileage allowed by law and House of Representativescomuittecs of the clean and sweet. Men do everything, The he bas seld over a thousand bolllM of I'srksr's tothe vwaor the grandett, complttcst.aiiii mou maffnificcat Stock exhibit the London, ver wil uoild hu with newspapers strainer is unique and simple. It h a bunch Tonic through Us reputation tut this aod n uui uc uupucilCU in IRC WO flu. aiiu u i;i.i mat each Senator is allowed 5125 per year for other iicitsui ' BENfJETT H. YOUNG, President. . e f fir branches thruet Iwely into 'the open turet. and stationery, J. M. WRIRHT, General Kannoer. jitalioscryand newspapers. e UVIhCSTON, ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. b'tlom of a funnelxliapsd tin bucket, thro' op'r irl ' o .talE rlsiNi PHARMACISTS, J ft OP scrr-on- (cKJ?i tfy . ?y te JEWELERS. lk llflM. i- -- d tl &Jr$t YU C ' la, Yi fOSSs' Nllh', .7I mxr-- v HICiSIMfi 7 globe-shape- SWITZERLAND. i yt """ T I wide-sprea- i d 't, Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., loikvt lullcry, car-'ph- Ann, first-clas- j tin-w- iJt ir J ... re. I I I B. m m s. E. W3BAB1 UNDERTAKER, .'.... .r i.....t. jour 1 a w Iealei- in .."!. I n!u l.e., ,.,, u.i " H' C C. I iJsdUtlAHR(lPp2R fn lIth. Taylor Manufacturing I bsr-rooni- I fr k lrrt-spoa- . o-- y 330. m. KTEAR3ES1H', Ifi.nift T- ' -- trr MANUFACTURE RS' AGENT. Blue-gra- ss blnfl-spcke- -- I I e d er one-storie- d, Tr3" TDiksJSJL JL. JLtJ jlm 25th, S CD vj IE Jbt TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY BTTIXjZDXZN-Q-S- aweet-smellin- i. I , -- cnorcsor rxcsnrsjEc -- glory-KE.- &AN r i I 9 r wnmu'mimii.i.n,Eu MWJLiMAVtmxt.uiixuwA'unifstiirataat wmjiiiuimiiij,.-- . DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. TtnvraaunnwmvnuiurwWF.u l i t f were Miss Pitnrn', Illnil; Mm Wclih, Wihnrd, I).nfllle ' J. W. Airman and Miss Annie Alex Ilnkraan, Ky ; M Miss McHobrtc, Dinville; Mise-- i Moore,, has been andor obtained license to nnrrr on tho 27th llryantsvllle, and Tnc co pol of the Court-Hou- se Music by Lex others August 21), 1884 pnifiitd lhi week Stanford, Ky Int. The b Kfl ball game Wednwday between itu'l.iti band. A singular accident occurred at . The Annual exhibition of the colored the Somerset and Danville wag won by Lincoln Coon'r Stock Fair Asiociation be- the latter by a score of 30 to 17. TMff CARD. llrown'a lumber yard last Friday morning. .A A. i0O IZ ' J. i. clns Jiff? tlil niorninr. Wakefield, Farris St Co. delivered to While the north. bound frrlght train wag llll train color; Nrth i to r. u. uu of coal proCoal, Coal. In law or small (anti-lies- , Bcroggln, Hudson St Co. Wednesday 20 distributing freight a - ... 1 0 a. m. Uinmituln" fJw pelled with ?ucli force that it ran over the m .'"'5-- .. i Hath lit-a-d mule at $150eioh. They delivered at your home cheaper thitn were s hipped at once tT New Orloans. The buttreM at the end of E. HrownV private Tbasbu'e I" rukuUtsH on iUnlar.1 time, "blur ever before F'dd exclusively for tlml .lttt W mluntn itr " ni J""ped into the rear end of his j to .Sim Shelton a Syear-old- . same firm lMve your order. IJrlpht A LY.rr.in. ,tore "ockins out or.e side of tho building niulo nt $150. LOCAL NOTICES. Tin liicfxot ruin that we have had for Mr. P. A. Marks went to New York and damaging his stack of goeds. Mr. B IJi'Y your school book from Tale A sjveral inflnllif fell lAt night and the farm Tuesday to be absent about ten daya. D. and Win. Lloyd nere in the building at the JV'-ny- . el ate !! happy once more The .St. Asaph IJ. Goode has aucceeded (Jen. S. 8. Fry aa time and escaped with slight injuries. The IlEUxitUKTBlN for echacl bcoha t Mc braru-l- wa swollen away out of its banke e the partner of O. H. Drown in the coal and goods were removed to the Berkele llobert.$ Stag's. thin ninririug. The rain eems to have been lumber business. M O. W. across the street, r, Welsh, of the NnrvsKade of ready mixed pinU for a general one. rprin;; trtJe at rc Flagt''. Farmers National Hank, ia confined to bin RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. W'ATCIIBB not! Jewelry rep tired on short I'm Sheriff of Clay took to that county, room with tlux, Wjikrea-i- , By the dispensation r,f nn All notic anil wtrrac'ed bv Tale & IVnry. Joe Govt en and Hob Taylor were tried Tuesdiv, fur trial Gltn Dssarn, chs.reed Wiio Providence, Part Grand V W. Brown A tTMrLfnn itrrk of irwelrv, Ma cousin, and John Hixeuioro Tuecday and Wednesday for has been removed Irom us in the meridian lUcitfrint el tie irrit a rprcialty. IVte with killtnjc Tiicy Louis Faulconer last Saturdiy night. Ilotli of life and in the midst of his usefulness, with lb carder of ait brother-in-laA I'lmsiy 7i'cs&iV, Tint in the deatli of our belov in Jail here, the former nine and were held for further trial. Gowen gave have PERSONAL. bnnl and Taylor went to jail. From the d brother, Past (irao E W. Brown, the lat'er i month. has lost one of it.i brightest every inoh of ground was contented by lights and ruost devo'ed member; the counR):w b. M. Ch.k, Jn , of Mercer, was LicRNbt: have been iMied for the taarri-- i wiy the legal gentlemen, a novice might havr ty of his nativity a faithful, hunest and bare thbi wtek with rtlalive). of Mls Mary Andern, of this ouiiniy, suspected the case to bi ono of some im competent official. -- Mr.. OiiuiiC. Kixt.Kn, Jk , i arid Mr. V W. Warren, of Xerth Carolina; 2. That no citizen pocvi?d in a more in h11 probability the cirportance, the letinkK n Htt. Mii Tclilha J. Lam and Mr. P. T. Klam, cuit court when regard the offence commit- eminent degree than he, personal purity, inwill Mr. Wm. AVrkvc, i White county, of tliii county. Both wetfdinre take place tegrity, justice truth and honor virtues ted as nothing more serious than a breach which enoble the character of a man. And 111., c vleitiwit at Mr. W K Amon'. day, ooe at (iwhen ehnrcli aod the other to to crown all, christian piety, which in his of the peace. Inu: V. aki W. B. Walhi.v took in nt the home of ibr bride. daily walk was manifest to the The members of the class of 1865 of life ar.d ttia I.ilville Iw position tbi rretk. Clmrlef Centre College have been invited to meet to- most casual obcr7er; combinations of charMa us It A I. Xkwlami irrei-tfMux Mattir !!om,V reiurmd venter-da- t him de-.- r to all who acter rrhifh Conk, Tneila,f'ir carryii'K coocealed weap night nt the residence of Mr. C W. Met- knew him. fraK a viaii ic require n I.e)i on. t on, iw p'VoU h7ini; been found on hi we deeplv mourn his los and 3. p inis city, ignite a number have anMil UMxi.ite PATTriinmn, n' colcrd d He wae tril before Judce nounced (heir intention to b; present, when tender to hi" bereaved family our heartfelt rt, i r.aitini In M'tr, Mr. ) U anil condolence. sympa-.hOn on n Wtde'dtv and ptveo 20 days in no doubt a pJoasint reunion will be held. assurances aofcopy ut Ihne rio'utioris be d 1 That Wle. jail and a Sue rf $50, whicti in diflerent Among those certain to be present are Gov. -the Stanforl Interuh Journal DRX70.V and Mr. T A ia 70Uv on the rock pile. T. T. Crittenden, of Misotiri; Addison and Danville .li.Vwifc for publication aod Mrr. It K. l.inroase J 'tie, of IJEirtflr, art that a copy he sent to the family of the deWirB AttimitwiSciciiiK. A dipatch from Craft, of Holly .Springs, Mi'.; Hon. J. F. ceased, and that they be spread upon the Mk. AtroMw T. T. 1AVIKC,M1 that Sam M. Wi- Phillip, of Jeflerson City, Mo; Judge F. records of the Ljdge. I'va.de. Tex, Oro W BR'.SAni.r, ) StuiUy ar.d Kittto Marlia are atttad-Io- r lliam attempted euicidr at that ;!acc on the T. Fox, of Louisville, and Col.T.Z MorIk Com. W E Vakso.v, follor.-inwere the the LoilvIl). Kxilrtati. 25th by fcboutinn hium-I- I four time.1 with a row, of Scmeret. The J JN-- . M. Bn-.c- r names of the els", tho-- e marked with a MR". lA'cr Onrr, rf Lnirlll, Mrf. revolver. 'ae hot to k etTect in the head, The Cneaspettk A CVii" hna arranged of Ihnviile, raosiag frm the id to the rear under the etar being rtparled dcid in 1Ss3: Heman John Tewmy atd R L cf Mre. C M Jucta I hi week. km and another jut above the heart, paa if. Allen, T. P. Hsrbour. G. T. Harrolt, W. an excursion to OKI point Comfort and remm Ktiet Mux. H C Parmu, Mre. B. A. Jenrt inp tLrvUrfh the body, which will probably C. P. Ureckinridge, J Y. Brown, Addisoa turn, leaving Liuisville September 2, 3 or p ami Mr. F. 11 Faratr, of Covington, are prove fatal. He had been acting as depu- Craft, T. T. Crittenden, T. II. Dittoe. F. T. 4 and returning in 15 days. The round-trifare will be S12. the MTtre Heine for few (h?r. ty thsritl or ome time aod the telegram Fox, Wru. George, T. M. Green, J. G. MOiMj: at Hill, J. O. Hodge--, A. J. Irvine, A. C. Maa IS O. KbyhoL!" and ob. Thorn-aiH,o- f Mate that he had 'wade a good officer. Kemper, C. W. Metcalfe, T. Z Morrow, J, JtEtT ADVtRTIKKMEJITS. IVcatur, III, t. rUitiai: lie r DEATHS. Phillips, H. M. Scudder, J. II. Thomas, niee, Mn. I9.f5. I.ylUj and Ml Coniie Ooojier. Died, of bram fever, Wedneeday, Jos. J. H. Thivaits. Uoyd Winchester. B. P. ! Woodcock, T. H, Young. i Mim Kilk: WrAr.t! vieittng at I; irn. a little con of Mr Huch Huron. Judge Durham came home Tuesday I will Mil to the l jrirlirf!le thl week and with Mr. John i !Jcr at public auction Mra Margaret M. Ixian, mother of Ixntan, diel at his reidence in night and went to Lancaster Wednesday, It. Jim atteaded iht Bjiptt Afoclation Dr. P. W. 110, OX SATURDAY, at Itlf hmoml. Knoseille, Tenu , WedntsJay night, aged ' where he presided as special judge in two cJ TiujlliT Har 2 head of MiM IJettic E I'arvx a very nijie-ria- r about SO year Far many yira be had criminal cases in the circuit court. Since Ter. 8'atkif Clover r..It. 15 heS'l of ilogf, rrni- (.111. I speaking hero county court day, he and his iDg Implement", iiouienuia anu iviicnen tw tfcher, baa norepud a tweltion in the hten a member of the Presbyterian Church ol at 3 o'clock All ture. rale lh IjOTiiitliil Acadeiqr, Lebiouo, ami left for and Il7td a true christian life. Her re competitors have met and spoken four times IS and orer, credit of three months; under that CTy-lT. l'OKTEIt. mount cub. there Tuesday. moin were brought here thi morning on in Shelby, twice in Sencer, and once in 'jessamine county. It is annoying to his Mr A. A. MtKuwrY l.'t vterday the 2ir.0Mp.-w- i and will be interred at 2 POU KENT friends how persistently he is misrepresent DWELLING for a vi-- it to Charla K. McKlnney, Kq , r m to day ic ttu&alo Cemetery. -uf the drath of Mr. An VU Uh bliC 'J iCTUUU u, icuctat utu IU fuu,li. Tut- - new l'rwident of he "imjx Fa1! Xaiional Bar.k, IN STANFORD, KY. Dakota Territory. ni McAlister Johnson, which occurred at 'chools. He Is as much In favor of cduca-h.- r Toamefjl trnact we wt!l rent our dwelling Mr Vint I.vr.RAM, cf LouiriIle. i ad Lm. in Georgetown, cm received with tional advantages being extended to the he uw on fite f im of tpiecdid gttt'allland. A large I and Mr. (Miwuy (irn, of K'Utbethtown, are sdneM by her miny friends at this place, children of the country as any man that orchard nw aileil with choice pand and Winter "prior apple. Water from clsteru. virltitig Mr. and Mr John C. Hill, sear the hjuae cf her childhood. Truly It can breathes. But while Mr. Thompson is in Thl ti one of the aoit dulrable homes within the s city Hull. Addreu Ha!l Up Station be said that none knew her hut to love her, favor of appropriating money from the U. A Jill. JlltS. 11. T. ItStatItKXFt ford, ky. 2T9-Key. II. C. MnRRior :eft for Vanor-bil- l for ber wet aod gentle dispositioti rurule S. Treasury, and Gov. McCreary is in favor . l'aive:ity, Wedaerdiy. Buney Craig her a great favorite with the aged as well of the appripriatinn of public lands, for accompanied him ud will eater the MMe as the young Death seem doutly sad thh) purpose, Judgt: Durham thinks the intimii. n Ererybjdy jgrlteil to ee wbro it claim as in own one '0 youag and matter of education one which belongs exnf Lincoln: To Tux-Fuye- rs with fich a bright fut'ire as was that of clusively to the States. While he is in favor Mr Morri'on I am now rci.ly U roccirr tc tax 'or the year everal rears the had of the Stated ghing the most liberal aid, he ani. Mb. M. CJ. Mrvjv. M- i- Mrs. Jobr.fon. rf aud as I am now three nvntha lair, I am thinks it unconstitutional and undemocrat 1MI, realjr to collect I a.u i .mi tiled to pay Into llellr Trce, Itv. Joba Mo'rn lint and bien a devoted member of the BiptiM th . t f Hi revenue due, ic for money to b vrited from the Federal theOtatsTrrsimry Mr. Jteph M'CIsry attr?ed tlatanui'. church Her remains wera br.'.ight over and will naTmhe iu ' of the iiinty cltlrna to the unjrai Treasury for the purpose or for tho Federal ty l.y Oetolr 1st 1 esmes'ly arreal to jou to wher at f f taw Tat' Crret wviirt WdnUyA ooo"? i'! dPH,." come at oe arxt Belt. I K.-ln8tanrord (Ml ii9i 44!ver services were conducted oy Kt. P. T. Hal, government to interfere in the matter in will leat iu of3c l.i :be coil-'- , hou-- paid by Oct. . Jtlchaiond you. II not at all times to wait on in the any way. after tUich they era hid od the optniu; addreee. levlel on rtf-mprojrynot Intend 10th I will bate jc-iloiiiake". I niti Ls I ay. 1 do PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTr. aro at Halt city cf fee dead t lait jflatn. Tut fi.Dowinr to '.. ll..U UiUOtt. I.!!,; I.L.. U? V. .IHi.VKFKt. WeU: Mr. J V. L'H U ! kmlty, of Lh three. Tqiu Roylntou and E. L. Dawson, got 111 .'T'..tf tl Ltcioln County. RELIGIOUS. anon; Mr. Tboa Ad&tt, of Camp Dick into a sou tile a few diya ago and Dtvrson Kobineon; Mja 111?, S.iierl; Mr It '- -, probable t h it Bishop l;. K, Ht to: jnc of his It1?' broken. TISK and Miu Li.a Dunn, xrave, ol the M. i. LL.ircn, romn, win Tho rktihmtn Mr. G. W. Kinnaird has a peculiar ! Oarrtfd; Mr aod Mr. John ISaurhajio, mK kit hpait iu Kentucky 'and inly be kind of n deir. He wilt' not eat anything f?r., Mr. Hnatth Biuchtcar, Mn faciei in but bread and niolie'. will begin The nrit ecMtnn of thi Tho n.st.'r,f at MeCorwackV chtircli cliManHMf. Ji..jl. Ilanh and Miev W. L Todd sold and delivered to Jno , lUna-hasaIJrtcrla. haa been re if treat Interest ar.d wmo, Galowuy, of Madison, 52 bos, averaging M4IXOAY, Catherine 1st, 1SS1 ,tfm, A IJf'sr' io.uoo Currarj. bushels of nLr.it T""T f i .... l - car-loa- d . ISI-han- ch. 161-han- I have received and ami still receiving New Goods for Spring and Summer, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley RUPLEY. i ware-houn- uut n 1 -- WHOLESALE AND HKTAIL- - GROCERS I AND Tl-.a- Clo-Trf'- ir J m OF FLGUR ID MEAL fur-nihe- J!. .!.. tli WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- - flar, WAGONS , BUGGIES A3f CARKIAftjES, PUBLIC JSAIsB AL'. And Farming Implements ol all kinds, of the very best W, makes. -- ' ALSO THE- - t) ' IHCosf war and Queens-war- e -- Complete Xtine Hard IN THE CITY.- - TAXES TilXES! We Guarantee Prices get-tio- lte in the country, Patronage. as Low as any House Fr And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Atiatln , o al rrt BRIGHT & CURRAN. tw iiaujLX3Mxamz 0" ini tmm r Stanfordjlcafloiny SEP. v. unu up to Wedtiexliy r.iaht. The be 't farmer and knows how to treit a hog Themilen fil. b dhlJtd intu two terms of cVcai at T. R. Walnut Flat wieiios clowi with 7 I'HVTt Jar ioy Mr. Baon Conn, while dlc(jing a pool twenty wetkieach. lions. A proUitted moetine is in rvirms tor each teru. on his farm for stock water, struck a strong J15 at Owhn charcb, looducifd by Elders stream of salt water. He has ordered pans In Prliuary Pel artment A l'AU. lot of Zoigler Bros'. Shots just re 20 00 C.illlr Livingston is preparing to mnoufucttue salts. It is In luteraiedlit" and eeived at K. II. Sbiks'. - 25 In Advanced Dep""0"11 During :h two year' pistorate of Rev said to be eusl to if not better than the Tuition ti due whsn itatetnent;tsjreented. a Yocean lrava ret aaythlBK ye-'- , xaut H. C. Morrison at tie Mtbod.st church bet water at Crab Orchard. Patrons are reojusteiJ nottonsi for a of Tuition. line it brj rock price here, which has ha ,ast cl'ed, there were in the uirchanJi W.Trib-bl- e Last Monday night us Col. D. NodeJuctlon will b mids for a lwence unlets by orilling on BrieUt ft Curraa. 50 additions to the membership and the and Miss Mollie Matirv were coming tho pupil t utl elylthlrawn from school. r in, .Hri to nd their Patroiuare church has been greatly benefited. Consid-srin- from church, some fast voting men came ilay ef tto fc Ion and Mr (I O. Wixr wa preuled by his the wealth of its memlers, no church driving by at break. neck speed aud ran into to lxar In ni'tid tha: y a n from school, rewife Wedaosday with a resjibillty of furo Wal-lon'i. LOCAL MATTtRS. ll.irt Ici ilft.l r.Mil' AA tliall- STlAU- - 1)0. ' 27t) pournls, at 6Jc. Mr. Ted 1 is one of our Anl cliHt a: i expiration of lorty weeii. T. -. ad-i- i proi-re'- s W aI redue-tlo- IM p eatn-tl- .- t contributes mote to charitable aud other Mr. Tribble's buggy, scaring his boree. He trdHherr."-o.t '' pounds av irdupoia ItV a jitl 278. tt .ttlXUli iwimi.im. iini" p i. poses than thi, the collections this year began to kick and tore the buggy to pieces I am reiei't'' '.:.T a splendid arsort amounting to 51,079 05, or about $12 per and kicked the young lady several times, I Liil.nn iih-ihhiiih"J'i "ll"1 .'fc ment of fall utinf's to which I invite the mdoiler. hurting her severely, but it ia to be hoped attention of tboe netdia, them. H. U not dangerously. The Colonel held the' LA'JD. STOCK AVU CROP. Kupl.y. Merchant Tailor. horse with one hand and tho young lady! in Hemp is ltrlngin $5 to with the other. By sd doing no doubt savBjsmepict died of bin wound Tiles Nick and ed her life. Country and haras, butter day nif;lit and was bjried in the McCor GARRARD COUNTYDEPARTMENT. mack's church yard Roberts, hi motder-or- , W wanted by T. R. Walton. W. B. Kidd bought Ut week of J. II. his not yet bseu irrstted. Lancaster. Graves, near Pine Grove 3t'0 cattle at 6c (DELAYED LETTER.) Asaph on per pound. The bridge that fpit.s thi St. A pound party was held at the circuit Art- vou falluyr trr.u' Ueaitti ke- Ihe S3mtret pita wa torn down this week n r wna, a pure, clca j, wnoictome Two valuable pacers, (loorse G. and room Friday evening, but owing to the rain r.nd a eubitantiai one put up iutead. This Princes, collided on the race track at Hart- was slimly attended. wa not done befre it wa badly needed. n Intj, rvec ford, Conu., and both were killed. W. S. Miller expects to tear down the T7.ii. Kit ilt mn.lMni, nMila 30rt brick story rooms north of his jv wui.tFiii ui, n.a.i ,r.c, tv ysrs:p:E3:i?S3:.A.., J.X., Yl!.LAS! JuHK rl. CHAIO, with threo-storllpiilnche. Fever. Asuo. Chills, Ab Kirschbauin A Co., Manufacturer and plank posts and 10,000 fet goop fencing hotel and erect th.'reon tvo DEB LITY & WEAKNESS. ltepiug Whole-al- e in Clothing, Phihdel-phi.- i, plank for sale or trade for good butcher brick building, to be ujed as dealern apartments. N,vef ifke.tr. t Jjt.ujoa-V.'rdfoPa., will remain at their orTlce and tattle. William A Ramsey. I 1UFO n:d will The Presbyterian Mito rnoDin Nervous S'oaknoss, Fifteen Bank Sroae For Sale. ealesroom, North Ewt Ccrcor of 7th and Swonto, iamiik.- give a ptrty afAvondale,'1 tho home cfl .jiiiic. Stanrvinlaria. 0 for S3M nt Hnurpists, Market Streets, Louisville, Ky., until Oct. shares in Farmers National Bank of U.'t., m-- r ford; 20 shares in First National Bank of Georgo Denny, St., on Friday night. Some t. P. ctxs. Jersey Utr, J., . ' 25.1S8I 3new feature will be introduced, which will jjTrr.nrTrKTWgfHMggs Stanford. See M. C Saufley. To bay at Crab OrcbarJ two games of John A. Judy delivered 300 cattle last be interesting to all who attend. ' base ball will be played between the Stan week to a Boston parly; weight about 1, The trustees of the Female College niae and the Stanford o'CO pounds at ?0 16. Harry Crawford, of ' have discovered that another building will ford and Lancaster and Somerset, the first at D:30 A. X. and the Doyleeville, sold last week 100 hctd of have to be erected lOOx-1feet for dining Kccoml at i:30 r. M A ahootioK matoh will feeding The work on the buildWinchester and piauo.room. ciltle at 5 cents. alto lake plnre there at 1 o'clock between Democrat. ing is being rapidly pushed in order to be' S Sis-I i the Stanford, Lancaster and Somerset Gun About 1,000 cattlo on the market at ready for opening on September 15. Buchu-Paib- a Clubs. Winchester Monday and sold at olightly the ser- - j Mr. J. L. Irvine has secured "" a Iteinorkahlc Cures of CatArrh of the Ilia JdiT, Intlamuattpn, Initationof KidTheke waa left at thisoflScj Wedneiday reduced prices. Forty feeders of 900 to vices of E. HiggtcB to assist him in a eelect neys and Kbvlder. Etono or tlravel Wa; Kel-ley- , 1,000 lb'., brought $10 75 per head; year-linschool at Franklin Institute. Mr. Higgles j a fine walermellon by Capt. Hizgina eaics of the Prostate Uland, l)roilcal Incontineld moun- attended the Normal school at Lebanon, ' S20 20 to $3C; 2 and Swelltiiw, Female DIseaM-awhich weifihed about 85 pounds, and ence of Urine, rill tain cattle 2 to o cents. is fully competent to pes. i or UnOhio, last winter end Urinary Organs lu either by Mr. Jas. Btstin two very lare onions healthy or Unnatural Dlschnre. use Should the average of the present wheat teach the department assigned him. He raised from the seed which aio about Ihe alc,'Chapra'3lniectlonHnir."cnchJJ. and will probably Tor tiVl'llIMS, either contra cud or sizsofRn ordinary saucer. The force left crop equal that of 1879, 13J bushels to the will teach hereditary taint, uw Chapln's CousUtu-tloyield will be 613,000,000 bushels, assist in the primary department. Jlittt-- Hynip. SJ1.W wr bottle, and in the office while the editor and three of acre, the Chapln's STiinnfilo nils, SS CO; and ttm-- I The young men of town gave an elethe tjpoa were absent proved themselves againBt 120,000,000 bnebels last year. The Pnlve. $1 W. C bottles Ln's bvnip.S cf 1111, 1 Halve, by Exprew on gant impromptu hop at the Mnjon House fullcrtpable of taking care of all fruits and outlook is so promising that the moro SUW, or at Dnuglsta. receipt of n- a VypiT.a Jiiwpt Citr. N. J . v. B. A. are estimatim: the outcome of the Friday eveolug to thestranijera visiting our veRdables left Id lle'r charge especially IvxzsiEmMwnuwnmaasisBMamm harvest at 555 000,000. In attendance Among those oomu3ur.it. tho cnlon. ab-uiji S-2-'- j Lex-inton A I ATsWATS OX HAND FELT STOCK OF Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens- ware, Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. VERY TONIO, r.-Dr-Jr -- A one-stor- MU And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- e -- FOR CASH, Customers. No y goods sold on long time. USE- Nht . -t ) 0 wlga , to. r - m&aim &&w Tor isalc onlj by T. H. WAIsTON. Made from the l)Ct .lllnnesota lVltcnt. -- , TRY He Plais -- "Ultra Coffee,' ui'fD'uitols.les- T. Tl. 8ttle ouly hy book-keepin- g BEbT WOASTED KIO, n L; ssn-gui- Good cCts For W t.TOX. !f 9 . ,- - iiiimibii rnumtAtrwe iihiijiwiuiiiii n iiwwm m ' itin'FSSiccljInlntcriorlonnta! Stanford. Ky.. I August 29, 1884 CCllItEXT ITEMS. "-" UEKD3 are xruits ; woros aro but leaves. clothes aro those TnE which are lawn dried. TVn have heard of singing fish, and ho avoften seen a bass drum. It is absurd to supposo that a man can speak abovo his breath, since his mouth is below his nose. Galvix Touts, of Bedford, Ind., drank a gallon of whisky every day for a month, and then died. " Mebcedes," the namo by which the Spanish baby has been called,' corresponds with the good, best-laundri- ed "Mercy." An ingenious locomotive engineer has just patented an improved "spark arrester." Here is another enemy to tho coin-sof true love. Another poet comes forward and says "Aud I hear tho hiss of a scorching kiss." Beats all what a mau can hear if ho is only mean enough to listen. Tnn will of the lato H. M. Spofford, contestant of the seat of Senator Kellogg, of Louisiann, shows that ho owned i in United States bonds. A voke of oxen are anchored at tho Being bottom of Lako Michigan. hitched to an anchor ou a ferryboat, they backed overboard, and dragged it 8154,000 along. There are five men to one woman in Lcadville, seven to one at Silver Creek, and seventeen to one at Pitkin. Is it any wonder that tho moral standing is a low ouo thereabouts. California convict who was about to bo hanged coolly sang a song to tho Sheriff, but tho local journals do not know tho namo of the song. It must have been, "Break tho Xooso Gently." A No child is prettier for an claborato design of dress. A Binglo rufllo at tho edgo of tho skirt does very won, out it Is quito as well without it. And to cut np tho tiny spaco of a child's dress with loopiuga and trimmings and ornaments seems to us to mako thorn look like monkeys. Not oven tho sasli is beautiful for a chilil A child is constructed first of all to eat that it may grow, to impressions that it may learn; therefore tho head and tho stomach aro largo in proportion to tho rest of tho body. When tho littlo figure is nude, so that tho soft ileshy forms cau be well Been, all this is beautiful ; but to in tho draped form ef tho child tho largo stomach by a broad sash, is utterly against all rules of beauty. Tho legs and arms aro often beautiful, but to show tho legs by cutting off tho dress at tho hips is immensely awkwanl, and seems chiefly to servo to display tho drawers, which aro not a beautiful garment, and should bo entirely hidden. Bcsido this, in winter our climate is wholly inappropriate for any such exposure, and wo shall best see tho beauty 0f a healthy child in its easy, untram- moled motion as it moves about in a simple dress (of as handsomo a material as you like, provided that it is un- trimmed), which is long enough to bo warm and looso enough to be comfortable. If you want your children to bo graceful, lot them bo unconscious ; if you want them to bo healthy, let them bo sufficiently warm. No woman can havo a fiuo complexion who as a child has been habitually chilled, and wo see in tho winter many children, who seem to havo nothing on from tho waist down. They could much better afford to put it the other way, and wear nothing from tho waist up, tho lungs and heart being at less expenso to warm the upper portion of tho body than the legs, which are further away from them. Miss M. Ii. Oakcy, in Harper's Magazine. , cuitnur.x's diiess. tt.i'iti:. Long ago you Mid to us, "Street, A glorious kingdom before you 11m 5" Vou pointed it ont to my willing feot, You lightod the ay with your loving eye. Many tbo triumphs the yean hare brought; Keen the pleasures, but keener the pain, I stand by your side lu the realm of thought, Anil I ask mj self , Is It lost or gain ? Vou giro to 111 generous eel of praise, You give to me honor ami trust, I know; ntoKEHsumt K Boris" All-- r.r J1U U. KCRDETT. t & V. B9T1I F4teftttiQ too A r ATroitNisvH KY. rjA.v MT. VERNON, 134-l- BUUDBTT BltOWN, Of Kentucky titiTtl Tim l9? 2??2C4ft7t w imiIImi l DANVILLE, KY., Will tTiiUlce In the Courts of Boyta and adjoining MunUei ar i in the Court of Ayiwali. ALEX. ANDERSON, ATTOUNEY JCV IjA.V, f"V lo '. A ..rat Xol rut lnrlllBjTultwn. l.it-rt-rr fl.srl la aferallr, fi. Ttrphy s i ft wo .ih'eti.nit tn. t.ll4 rHift. crs1tit. h ii rr m :: puttls U.I tiir rrot Ubt4Vtir.r ti N wfk. fftu tofla tor ww 1r la IS tH. full Ilpl n t'rilvirlty, Lexington, Ky. m in r (m.r I!.' B ff) - "? J- - Kf JwV ir. la d j MLQUIsVirLF m, & NASHVltlTrtrfjy , -L curxt ftr , mt.! Itrlts hesuaruiDMi Hewl.l .rsrlellr i4 IvllrHull; lmptrti-Bh.iu... It T.lwr & 1 1 II' t 1I. ! Rut you think with regit t of my finite My fotij unwisdom of long ago. way, sMMiurrMii it Though I speak svith the nlsdom of gods and mm (Tlilt Is the bitter that spotls my sweet), I know f 11U vt eU that m er again Can I etlr )our pulse by a single beat. You aro Will prattta In the Kockeistle Courli. tion a specialty. Offlce lu Itourt-hou- And Matter - J. A.I AttorneytflBU.H.ft'W. l.'uiuiliilonerlloekoaitlCiraultCouri H rlll. iis ftt fcl.l. ist u iMii'it i:.hiurii.i.Mi.n...ki Thl. imi t.litl'il s r" i. It i k T. i JJJJ1I..1M. e! THE GREAT Through Trunk Line MT. VKUNON, KY. A. Collec- Srauil Combination INTERIOR JOURNAL ' (lC) I THE net to buree. There is naught to be said) Eser by fate is our planning crossed ; did tli liest that I could, hue led, For Um sake of winning what I hare lost. tr XT Office Bouth side Main Street, two doors awtp the Myert Uotel. S& PureNHroui OllJs Oas administered whenirT-quire' It O JJ1 0 IV DKNT isrV, J STANFORD. KY. d. LEE P. HUFFMAN. AnJ the Liulitlili Weekly Courier- - Journal . On ynar f.ir only tnurD , i I VITAL STATISTICS. TTher DH. W. D. In France wedding ceremonies now last three days. In some parts of America this style would never becomo popular. It would interfere with tho proceedings for divorce. Tjie Pope's new journal and organ, the Aurora, started at Rome, Jan. 1, 1879, has reached a circulation of 5,000, and is now considered firmly established. It ia contributed to by personages in the Vatican. I yodno wife remonstrating with her husband on his dissipated habits was answered : "I am like tho prodigal son, my dear ; I will reform by and by." "I will be like him, too," she said ; "I wll Arise and go to my father." Tiieee is said to be a man at Jericho, "Vt., who is always called upon to break tho news to the family when anybody is accidentally killed there, and he does it in such a neat manner that they are almost glad it happens. A resident of Suffolk county, N. Y., is entitled to a premium for expeditious bigamy. He married two wives in two weeks, got caught, was tried, convicted and for tliree years hence will have a chance to repent of his undue enterprise. A meddlesome old woman was sneering at a young mother's awkwardness with her infant and said : ?I' declaro, a woman never ought to havo a baby unless Bho knows how to hold it." "Nor a tongue, either," was tho quiet rojoin-dc- r. A AK E3IV1IATIO WITXESS. Allck Thompson, of Virginia, tolls a tory illustrative of tho peculiar vernacular of the people among whom ho was bom, and of their special capacity for giving ovidenco in a court of justice in a compact, accurate and picturesque btyle. Somo timo ago he chanced to bo visiting a county scat in Virginia, and was courteously invited by tho commonwealth's attorney to come into tho court room on tho following morning, with assurance that a witness would testify in a murilor caso then pending. Ho entered the court room, and speedily aftet his arrival a witness was called, who advanced to tho stand with such a jaunty and who kissed the air of e, book with such correct. loud-soundin- g conn-denc- that ho was sure this must be "his man." His judgment was not in- "Mr. Williamson," asked the attorney, "do you know anything of the killing which took place at Robertson's store last month ? " " Know anything I " was tho response; "J were from tho plato-lik- o a "plato-way,- " form which tho rails wero coat. Well, you see, Jstr. Robarson wpr. in Utin' in the back part of his storo A candidate whoto principal of his fiddle, not a thinkin' of aro tarcru-keuper- a and "On, Mr. Lingerio, you've got an bom' stobbed, nor nuthin' of tho kind, proudly alludes to thorn 03 mem-be- n your freckled stockings 1" orclaimod a when in oomo Mr. Johnson, and then of tho bar and bench. sweet child, on the Ocean House piazza, and there stobbed him ; then ho guth-ere- d where that gentleman was tho center of buncr-sturtecleaned out the a 'Landlord, did you over havo an admiring feminine group " m& i crowd, lipped tho palin'. and cl'ared " Cousin Julia says they just match your hesolf." Editor's Drawer, in Harper3! gentleman stop with you before ? " Are a gentleman ? " asked tho landlord. you complexion I" Ml: ' ' -- tho attorney, " what you know." TrtH first iron rails for a road-beTho witness planted himself more npoa were laid down at Wliitohavon, England, firmly on both foot, rjlancod around road waa called juc auditors, and thus delivered him in 1738, TliLi ( d coat-iro- n than" "Thon tell tho court and jury," said During 1880 sixty-eigcities of the. United States mado weekly death reports to the National Board of Health. It appears that Vallojo, CaL, was tho hoftWucst placo reported, and Norfolk, Wool & Vo., tho unhealthiest. Tho avcrago lifo in Vallejo was 83.5 yeaw, and only ouo Wb are tannine ur mill for I iMlnsanil .KilnnlDjs seut l.y i xrr V.ni cau and dolun koo! work. person in 1,000 of population died of to usaudieturueasuue war, ii i. tiraw secureets , Mack ly In bunlles. Canllog whit rolls. consumption, wlulo in Norfolk the aver-ag- o ami mlxe.1, 10 els . per pound when ftreaw is cents a Mul when wo furnish It Send on l lifo was ouly 27.9 years, and ono your wool and glTe us a trla' person in 241 of population died of cont. II'. II .iTiO.V A, mtfhsllsourg. Ky sumption. Tho aggregate population of these sixty-oigcities is 7,359,937 ; the average duration of lifo in thorn was 41.5 years, and thoro was one death I will tldlTtr Ice to regular customers Try morn-lfrom consumption for every 32G of popat o ulation, and ono death from acuto POUND- ONE CENT of tho lungs for evory 429 of popuit tbeclWof each mouth or when lation. In othor words, of every 100 fllltrillivr il t. . K. II All now. deaths 24. 1 were from lung diseases, and of theso 14 wero from consumption and 10.4 from acuto diseasos of the lungs. Four of tho best cities for health wero Yonkcrs, N. Y., average lifo 70 years; STANFORD. Omaha, Neb., average 03 years; Utica, N. Y., 07. 5 years; Keokuk, Iowa, G7.1 E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr years; and four of tho worst cities wero Jacksonville, Fla., 35 years; Vicksburg, This Old and "Well - Known Miss., 34.8 years; Charleston, S. C, Hotol Still Maintains itB 31.3 years, and Savannah, Ga., 30.0 High Reputation, ANK years. In Boston tho averago lifo was Iti Proprietor ii Determined that 42.5 yours, deaths by consumption 1 in it Shall be Second to no Country 24C, by acute lung diseaso 1 in 33(5 of Hotel in the State in its Fare, A.poointmenti, or Attenpopulation; in Now York average lifo tion to Comfort of 37 years, death by consumption 1 in 254, their GueiU. and of acute lung disease 1 in 2G0; in Philadelphia lifo 47.8 years, consump- Dssjksss will b coaiejed to aid from t he 3e free of rhsrirs. Special atom mod it cs tion 1 in 315, acute diseaso one in 844; to Commercial Trarelers. The Bar will ulntji taprllsJ nlth the rholrtit in Cincinnati life 47.8, consumption 340, brsslsof Llqiori an J Clears. acuto disease 494; Louisville life 47.0, consumption 300, acute disease 410; College. life 47.8, consumption 447, acuto diseaso 331; Chicago life 48, conSTANFORD, KY. sumption 593, acute disease 453; St Paul life 53.5, consumption 561, acuto With a Full Corps of Teachers, diseaso 715; San Francisco lifo 51.8, consumption 295, acuto diseaso 459; This Institution will open Its Klfiwnth tiessloti on the 1st Monday In tieptoaiVr next. Now Orleans lifo 41.8, consumption 250, acuto diseaso 584; St. Louis lifo 52, conALL THE BUANCHEH UP A sumption 447, acute diseaso 580. The difference between Now York and PhilTHOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE adelphia in the general death rate and Ar Uught, u wsllaa in that from consumption is great; in MUSIC, THE LiANOUAOES, DRAW. that from acuta lung disease it is strikINO AND PAINTINO. ing. Next to lung disease diarrhcaal disorders cause the greater number of deaths. In every 100 deaths from all In Tuition, price range from Iti to U) la lb causes in tue sixty-olgcities, 10 aro regular Departoienls. Prlnsry, f.'5, Intarnie-i'.al10, CoilNlote, $50. liarrhcoal disturbances, and thoro is one 130; Praparaloiy, f aad death from this source in every 433 inFor full particulars, as to Board, Ac..aldr HKA. 8. O. TKt7r.il KART. Hrlnrltml, habitants. Stanford. UbouU Co., ttj. ht UM-ltT.I ami of What W W. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Oflco orer M. s). LytU'i store. Oflc hojr fromS UI2 a. M.auil 1 toS p m. Anesthetics ad ministered when SW5C PENNr, DontlMt. 81 'wo pipers Or littlo tnau the priivoi out. Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND L fly ptylDij us Jl you will reelre fir ono yoar your home jmper with the CoiiriefJoutns.', Ihii d irprtvo.JiUT nrisper ' lit Houlti, ilsuo fori Urltf for reveune only, atil tti host. titUlitifit and 1'ilml family wiidly it. tho I'ul.e.l MAtes. ThoM wtio desire to etamtno a satupla ropy of tbo do so at this oihie. t'ourler-Journalc- rit'lf OUICKEST" ROUTE I.UMLUTOTIIS S0UT.H & WEST J kt mil.t, ,".', PULLMAN CARS '.'.".W. LlttK ItKlt, Moaltsmsry Atlanta SaTssaab, Carding Spinning A PQSTISB! This notice firewarns ln'ntn, fiibermeu and train s not In trtiaii on our lands wlth.ut ai.i!l sjin si Is are luioK ' irocetuied to th full axtentof the Ur Mj;tid Htantord. Ky Match Kill, IMI (ttisAW U McOorinark, D McKlllrUk A.W CsrtxBter. II. T Hush, C. lll.hop. K 1IU, rl Hubble, R. Coldi, r i). indies. UlfKlBS Kelly. W C MfCotuiKS, B It A J F 0fr. U. 8 LytU. (I. I.. Carte-J W. Weitbetlorl. r. j lit!!. Win. Iluttofl, C. Vanoy, J.rt. Mutiy, J. A. lUrrf. W Carter, f. M Hill, P J. II MrAIHter, Kd. Carter. J D. Jwaes, T J Foster. J. Q 5'ontnowff r T. M White, Mrs. J J. Mobttfy, II. i; Marrvtu, W. K. Aiusa M.T. ItutMll. H. Mcbile, aud NswUrlsans. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Talace Cars Without Clianirs ... d. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST KMta Lmisrllieln I'aUcaCsrs without cbsDjs Steklnc homeaonths 270-l- ht ICE! ICEH ICE!!! PER Acoout-tidue A- CIIIIUflHIl I O lint ol tnis road will receive areclal low rates dse of this for rates, routes -. or mite C. r. ATM0ri, G. P. tT.A. '" Louliullle. Kr. s u tlis-eas- 217-- Peerless Traction Engine. 'evi:k iir.ATiix i a tesi to as I. .T K..lnts, Pei a ldre U A. D. NewlstM, W OlTeas. MYERS HOTEL, KY. H.J .ljf) A.' Nswlipd IVsrit. Trade M.ri. Wl'lUt Is a poelllf . YVi NIT.CiriC, TtsrliuB and Hosd : Fit Hinln' p, hi In (.v'.i at theCnu Ltwslttoain hlhsl isihl eter Rltn he l.ulae 1 i,iHighest award at th feouttiern Eip tl .o. t i.tllle. Kv . lu tws, ,r tU iv.t l llicdrrat Luglljli Itcmedy, daw .. It.irstori aud lilt..Mills Kyirate Stsi.lord, JUH'li t) i , I HiBe Parties tleslrmt t HtM'-- : UlMilnst..f,milsTllle, Ky nre for WesV Memory, l)ss ' llrsln I'oef. tro s fm.tn.,1 Wesknesf, ltupoteny. ami tieneral Uu vf l'jwff ol ihf (lenerattr Crsm Ilia Sntl.ia.a a. .n.l all it .. BVoraliUnd. uufu. o! yvdthful IhhuuJu ,i tnaexi-esuUiatil'rl yiais, luili Trati tatV, as I nirerna! iltuOe rain in tbe t 1 wul Lelpatl, ol either sei, awir than snrthioj elte I tiiuf this world rortunN ulf it sure At odc sibvsii iue w.irters dr, tita KAt'i A Maliis ii's APR17P" Iree.acnslly lerIS(fnd n of "'''' '' reelT alileh Mousy rlt'bt - tali I a is Weak 'tees the rhiriu. rest.irln ltkM or fi Uol r ,. or. iti Tins in the ere a hrlTllaut to 'Le.etx, swi ii);lihui inen-- y iiiw.nu ormana AftarTaking. "Murray a Si tfle Is Slid ;,y al' lr,i,-Ut- j at per pa.kae, or sll pacass .r tt AIk. ly II wall puMsfe fre , un eipt f jiri e hUu w.ltW TFull pirnruUrs In psniulet ihiIImI free loesry pplUiit Address lothesVe in .r,n Uria.-n- . suinntlon t, Dltuueaa uf Vlsiob, 1'rwna-- I ret'ld An.' an 1 latay ittordis-txthai !kd tu luuultr er ( i u I j MIOXOK Chicago OUTE. Railway. . ill (iili (iii'l I ns'e Louisville, New Albany & THK O.XI.Y LIKE Kt'NNWU r. jirmiA v .1 il Pullman LOUISVILLE ANP J)I.IU THAIS Pulace TO Cars! .ni-.iti- i Stanford Female lrut;tati Trr whre AKTII a PKIKS ri Bold In Htsnfonl by Pnny C A Kanml'Uy. Louistillr, MtAlliter and si; t. k o.. Mc CHICAGO UnlMAk in, Ky Jfor.ii -I- 'aasarers from tbe Knot-- 1 .e Drsocb of L. A .N. It. It arrlre In is time to tska tbeereniDf tn.n vt theUulstlile ilnaa Uoute sisJko Ihrouxh to (Jrponca-stlp- , E HI. . I Cranroriliirlllr, I.arajctU and Chicago ultliout cIiuukc. TIMK TABLE STATU IN r T Jally I T Kentucky's Route East N. Y. Lse. IwUlllf ..,.. Arr (treearsstle " CrastordstllU ill ( 1.1 I SI IIS i ! Chiefs laiajril. I Mini 11 a SO S iti a to t (it a m 2 01 p ii. 01 p tn ly 8 JO lpu pra Washington, Philadelphia The only line runnings , I ebrtska, At Kor lurthsr iurertustlon. sJJr. MUUHAY KKLLEU. W. . , , :.; IT.lA.'Ml'ir-i- ' PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAES TERMS MODEKATE, s A SOLnfTEAIN raoM I LB. I tki!IurUraiH ItoHc.,, LoUsMVallCtCalaCltlllHtlUIld LeS if y., WASHINGTON CITY. iHg.ou, In Shortest & Quickest Koute raoM Connecting una depot with fast trains far Saw MilMPor Sale! oiler lor sale Central Kentucky to All Point. North, Emt.Weit & Southwest. Fast Lint Belwesn Hup-porto- rs shoo-make- rs r. For tlckots aort lurlber information, apply to Lve. Covng;ten . yoar nearest ticket o8ce, or Good Falmouth .... W.J Bian, W. K. AKKOI.n, Timber plenty and accessible. I would bo wllllnx Cyr.thlsua. AdTertlslo- At , Tli kel and I'ass. Alt., to exchange for good firm atoci, such as Mules, Arr. Parity lu'.iTllle. My frotirlli Horses, Cattle, Ao. Iiint-tiK-i O. W. SMITH. II. V,. rVlA.KH. l'arsons wishing to enKi In tbo lumber busiLve Lex. CAO.lly Oon'l Uanaiter, tien'l 1'sM'r Ag'l. ness will Had a good opening by applying to Arr Wlndiester Itlobmon'i Vlrulnla. HaTlni ileterulneJ to change uir business, I (prlrately my Saw Mill. Ituate-- l on Brush frtek, In Cay county. Ky. Tho Kiiitlne Is stationary! Boiler 1i3l, Koglne I0ii0, (jun-te- r Shaft 2. net. EJitlnj Hiw aal Orlst Mill and Tbe property Is n The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Tills. Norfolk, TJ&n i LEXI.GTO. ichtJuIs 80UTli.S0UD. . In EflKt A CIaCIX.ATI. June 3. Ills. uslly All Virginia and North Carolina N5".s, "VbTTTVZrTT Lx. tun Fx sun. 1 Points. Dally Dally In l.iiuuiiiic Order. - Ate, Ji0-t- f HIGH LOG IS, Uuitontllle, ky. R W a m 2 (0 pm 9 3S m 3 33 p ns 1 09 a w 4 41 pu. 10 40 p Q 8 I? pin 11 p 13 li m C Wptr 50 pui 10 Uip in lu in ii Id p n Ii IIMidi ,.'I2 mi Hi S SO Implements, put away for the winter, should bo painted or protected in somo way from the action of tho air and moisture. Paint or varnish for tho woodwork, and a varnish of d mutton tallow is exresin and cellent for protecting iron and steel. John Keelan, after murdering his father at Stratford, Ontario, coolly sauntered into the house, ate a hearty supper, slept soundly all night, and, whon tho body was discovered in the morning, calmly said: "Oh, yes; I killed tho old cuss." two-thirone-thir- Niitrai'A'rxit ifEirs. "Yes, I am." "Then Wo loaru that Mr. Jcy Gould has comnows-paper -- LEAKS TItUTII ABOUT THE 10 40 p to, 2 lit p ui 11 1ft M 1' Hip m 1 piu p nt 8 oopm I never did." a. ksoxxt quest rax. nt We received from a correspondent tho following somewhat-incohereaccount papers, both daily. With tho Tribune on the Republican of a duel which was fought in his neighborhood. Some way or other, we are side and tho World on tho Democratic half in the dark about the result of tho side, Mr, Gould ought to bo ablo to exduel in question, but we shall leavo tho ert all tho inflnenco upon the public decision to our readers: A duel was mind to which his opinions on public lately fought in Texas by Alexander questions aro justly entitled. Neu Shott and John S. Nott. Nott was shot, York Sun. and Shott was not. In this case it is The lost census of the city of London better to be Shott than Nott. There proper shows somo curious results. It was a rumor that Nott was not shot, aud evening, when only 60, Shott avows that he shot Nott, which was taken in tho 000 people wero found within tho city proves either that tho shot Shott shot at Nott was not shot, or that Nott was limits out of tho 600,000 who inhabit it upon tho census allot notwithstanding. Circumstantial by day. For instance, night there happened to bo as lodgers ovidenco is not always good. It may bo made to appear on trial that the shot rom agricultural districts in tho city Shott shot Bhot Nott, or, as accidents inns and hotels forty farmers beside threo farm bailiffs and twenty-thre- e with s are frequent, it may be bo that, in tho ratio of agricultpossible that tho shot Shott shot shot urists to area, London appears as the himself, when tho wholo affair would of the resolve itself into its original elements, champion agricultural district kingdom. It also appears that out ol anUShott would bo shot, "and Nott who are by day "somewould bo not We think, however, that 6,000 merchants, in tho city," only &50 sleep tho shot Shott shot shot not Shott, but thing ott ; anyway, it is hard to tell who won within tho city bounds ; and that out of breakfast 3,000 brokers only thirty-thre- e tJtoi, llarper'tt Wtckly. under the shadow of St, Paul's. gar-doner- s, fire-arm- of the ribbons worn in this country aro of AoieMcan manufacture, and tho hats ore nearly all mado that timo was $100,000. Mr. Jay Gould is certainly one of the here. shrewdest men now in business, and tin Farewell is n sad word, but if wo purchoso of tho World is undoubtedly t shrowd idea on his part. Ho is now in :onld only contrive to say it to somt of ouo respect like our venerablo contem- our bad habits we should bo inuc.. porary, Col. Forney, tho owner" of twe happier. Foun-riraL- pleted tho purchase of tho World of this city, nnd is now ita proprietor. Tho sum paid for it to Thomas A. Scott, of Pennsylvania, ita previous owner, is not told, but it is understood to be considerably less than Co). Scott paid for it when ho bought it of Mr. Manton Marble. Tho selling price al TnE Boston Commercial Bulletin notes tho fact that Cain was the first man who wont out slaying. TTad he ! been Abel his brether would then havo gone. Gr.F. Peacock THE IMll'GGIST, OHIO & MISSISSIPPI I.W, Lva. Winchester . Arr. HlrliuioflJ . " tutnsler ... " Knwksna NOkTII-Hoi'.f- II II SO 3 M p in TSbpm W a W, I 10 p iu 7 1 4 p bl is p ii p tu M ji m l) o. , fio. Ex V HUSTONVILLE, Trade. - - KY., Summer Dally. usuy 1, Sun Dally Fx bun ii Is Preparing for a Lively Ills line of irools. In tu a drst-di- ss Uinnt of l u kind. Is largt) and ooiupiete. every tar'ety usually (und e lin cis the Clntlnnstl viiitlieru I'.sllway liavo,.Vi StitiitlblivTraiiM. fcr lit iiit'ltitiiill - 't , roads - ester the same 1 depot tbe Oram ( eutial 1't.steuge,- fetation. ha statement by rival lime that t'arrc Is anoaiMbua tratisfrr in "ncl .natl, intwen the Cincinnati outnom Ky and Onto A "misslppl U'y. Is atlt-libera-te h l The Only friLIiieSBJl.WVB; u, whli of psssi Lve. IWwIaol " Lancaster .. " Plrtfnmnd. " WtH' ... I Lve Judioiom Alterations in tho Internal -- TIlO Secure Boom Comfort and Better Display. (Intia'l anJS' ly,uls without transfer forwmen-ger- a nnd rsKgagi nt liiteiimillate points, lly any oilier roj'e .a 1'ii.clunatl you havo a midnight change of tatr at p m au 1 'j p ui Passengers fr u. tue noutn lulling lo conuu't with the first train, car tike the -- 0i.i..l, win. Ii b.ikeicoi.-lieclb.- u wll.i ulliuirnlrg trains from bt. Louis to mlrf rentatlo,i THKOlMli iilieTltAIKHIastwiMnCit.. Jllj Air Pans Lv.t Wir.tUssur Arr Paris Paris Arr Cynthlan. hstr ,;..... lxtngton .. .. .. .. OMjin 1 3 S j its pm p ui 10 11 tu , I.t ' " Corlnglon Ffsltuouth . p iu 1 333 p iu I R30 p tn 1 3 IU p in 2 4 07 p w 2 4 S3 p m 8 0 01 p in 3 00 p in la 1 ... St a in,... 41) a tn i; 0i a m 4 a m T 00 n m 4 p m ., 3) p in 7 23 a m 13 li in 8 I0 in l P m " 0 am W) p iu 8 n a in 13 p tu H 10 a m SO p in 8 4t a tu 37 p r a 5 33 p in 1 1 30 an. an -- Particular attention Is called to A Buck fen's Arnica Salve, The best Salre In the world for Cutv Bruises, Sores, Ulcsrs, Salt Hheuui, Kerer Soros, Teller, Charped Hands, Chilblains, Oirns, and all fcklu Kruptlons aud jxjtlvely cures Tiles, or no tay required. Is Is guaranteed to giro perfeit tatlifjc-tlonmoney reluuded. Price 25 cents per box. For saU by Penny A Mc.UIitvr. A Large and Elegant Addition to the Stock of Jewelry, And articles -- Only ThelenlngOln.liinuti Ionls, n:i 1 UmlVAXl " JIAY.SVII.I.r. NolTU'Lol Lve Covliigton !' HD. 11HANCM. KoTJT Mi. J J, t,",, Ji tsundsy Dally j).,y only. Ex, tiuti.Ex. bun. 23 a 111 H 15 II 111 8 40 n iu , i . l'UIOE'S- i'i.,liVII I J iuana;ctnetit and fills r, A 111 the Wtst K.i'i'iwi.u - LifoofGco.0. Barnes THE INTERIOR JOURNAL FOR 83.50. or, Tho Mountain "Without serlp or Evanjellst. Oeotge O. Btrnei. The History of a Consecrated Life, tbu Itecordcf its Silent Thoughts audalijok of I'a I'ulllc L'tterauces." Ouro; bound in bevelled boards on 1 tinted rlolli with ages, sIm! engraving of gtlt motto on cover; 'iforj U jnrnc iinoiogruviurooi mkii, map oi "the Vanlihed City," 7 paes, 4 lu the front nnd 8 In tbe back lly leaves ol lac sltnlits or txact In si2s and cobr o! Ink of the Inscriptions made by tbe Evanzeilst bltnselfln his mounBible, Illustrating in a couplet form bis tain Faith, This boo t a completa history of the wan. Tho crlvito dlanw- - J00 paej reveal tbe Inmost naluroof th Evangelist and are made public for the titst time in this hook, The ralth the history, the Healing chapter 04 psges-glargument and all tbe Biblical passsges beating ou It in full, Ills a book that abouUl l,e In every Kentucky home, and should certainly- - bs owned by every convert of George Barnes. Tho book can be obtained nowtme elsa for less than $3.30. By special atranzement with the author, who having removed to New York, has largely wltsdiawn all agentes, rbebook (J3.60) and tbo hkui.WniCKLr Intkbiob JousNAt, (12) aro offered together Ibi the price of the "Ufa of Barnes" alone, the two forSJ.M, Address V. WAf.TOS. Ixtiuok JouaNaL, dlauforJ, Ky ves RemarkabU Escape. Pa Mrs. JInry A. Dt!ey. of Tunkbanuj;k, was alllicted for six yeurs with Astbmi nd Bron. chltis, during which time the best physicians could giro no rellel. Her lite was ilesaiitrl of, until in last October she procured a Bottle of Dr. King's New iJisttrery, when Immediate relief-wa- s felt, and by contluulug Us use fir a short time she was completely cured, Klnl" '" lsb SOIls. In a few months. Free Trial Botllds of this certain cure of all Throat aud Lung Diseases Large Eottlo at Penny A McAllitir Drug Trains' TheBlurltsi ani (Juirkest Lino from Cincinnati tn at, Loulsl No omnibus transfer iu Ctnunuati lor passengers Irou C.S.H.R. under ono Is the oaly Hue in which cau guarauteo a continuous trip. Four Solid Daliy Trains rinilnnatt ti M. IaiiiIj Kvery Car in thMiTialtia Huns Through. Parlor lata ate It ii n on Day Trains, i'nlace Sleeping Cars on Iflghi Traltis. Ha ihauge ol Cars lot any class ol passengers. Eterr tiasoenger hss a peat In a Tlirouith Car All paisenuurs are ranln--l ou ExnreM r AJallUgt. a. A Arr JUllPMburg.... l!arlllM Pairi,: 'JlUn lifcIIMi!i d 7 00 a lii 7 43 a in S 10 a in ; I A A 2 00 p m 4 30 p III ?1 l. n, 47 ia . . . pm NotrTH-Bqt'N- yoTT" only. S unday Ltc Jlsysvlljf.. " Johnson . 1 Arr Paris " Uxlngton. ... . " " " Carlisle Mlllersburg via Loiitsvillo. Ht. Louis In 10 hours, with thrcugh Day and Sleep ing i ars, to tho aluve ire de- Tlie Direct outo5!lt.Wt 2 Solid Daily Trains Ki?,?,, Covington .. c 30 a m t 21 m in 7 41 a m m a ia 15 P W, 0 10 n in 0 05 p u 11 0a iu 2 iii 3, p ij p p J 3 30 p "PM m ho. Si So. 3 Dally Hair Ex. bun. 'Ex. Sun. 3 a m'l2 0.1pm 12 41 no 2 fi ,, w i l 47 pm 00 pm Mpiu a pm 10pm 5 Falmouth Vo"'? 'dallT Accommodation-N- fJrm,V ?"'" '""' Oflli i o. lO.daTTv. 7 30' M; m' i.i o. 31, huriday on ly, leave - Falmouth tp 3 n UM liberate misrepresentations, unj perius making itbeia arc unworthy the confidence of tho public, not ouly In theso, but la other matters. 7iese are Solid Facts Tbe best blood purifier and system rejulator ever placed within the reach ol sutlerlng humanity, truly Is Electric Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaunllce, Constlpatloa, Weak ol the urluary orates, Kidneys, or any dlso-ator whoever requires an appetizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will always fled Electric Bitters the best and only certain cure known. They act surely and quickly, every bottle guaranteed to giro entire satisfaction or mjney refunJed. UM at otty cent a battle by Ptnny A McAlLittr. slppl Hallway tho cirroctnefs of statements and uvvry promise made tho public, be carried out tn tho letter will For lull and reliable Information in regard to Land, Ao., in the Western .Slates, Mips Otildes and lowest special rates (or Tickets and Housohold Old Point Comfort (tools to all points West call on or address O, II. ALbOP, Passenger Ag'tOhlo A Mississippi Hallway, Harrodsburg, Ky W. W. PKABODV, Do Not bo Deceived guarantees !K. it. SKraW "v-:- r liAil ' l?"l?r i'.n. l 5,V'H ..u.r ' "v. . ,u . swengen couth orw nchesteri-Tra- lns m&wiiu&iJS'ZW New l. Pret'l and Oen'l Mau'gr, Clnrlnnatl, Ohio. W. II. HHATTUO, Ucu'l Pass. Agt, a w. smiT"1 " v ffiVW!' "'