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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884090501 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. tmi VOLUME XIII. gnnt-SSteck- - KwnnMM li HIi CCj.jr;JEPAR7MENT. CRAB ORCHARD, Inteftrt 5, 1884. LINCOLN nmfmai NEW SERIES-NUMB- STANFOED, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER COUNTt. And still there are more canes of flux. Uncle Jimmy McAlisltr Is cue of the latest ER 282. .11. ntcriorounm( W. P. WALTON. OARRAHi) i'libioinf 83. OO Tttrmtttvn Mini l331l A.NNU.M 10 Lancaster. .Mr. K. It. 1e1i, your former corres-- j pendmt, ha obtained lirene to practice law We wlh him tnr.ch success -- The I'rebylerian Mite Society had a ute enlutlitnmvnt Thursday evening, but Inclement we.ilhcr prevented a artjc crowd be n June caes On 19, 18 10, in Hoboken, N. J., there took place, between the Knickerbocker and New York clubs the first match game ever The First Bask Bail Match. prent. J. C Hit-tlr- tl vac-ite- When paid strictly lo advance. II w har wait an time, 8a.no will I rhitw t POLITICAL llrmphllt lii nioicd Into the houa vacate! by 0 l. Burdst. ami by has moml iiiti ih ono .Mri. Hii.il h on Kiihuioiid street. -- mil: Gov. Hendricks say of Mr. Not loni: since I mails 1)10 niiainim,. of Got. ClereUnd. I found Mm efltil nut courteoui; clear iiml distinct in hi views, nntl strong and ilirrct in tint eiiti nion of hi purposes, I a sreinrd In 11free from concealments hiid the art of ih ilrmacnu'iip m aiir luin I kno. A far I ciilil indue from a pintle ronritiliii, 1 thought him in a mar It ml tlerer nor-ei in hi official life br his cuiiYiciion duty. You do not expect him lo soil critici'iu iiK)n till illicUl lift; that on liardlr be the fortune of any candidate. Touching that I beliefe hi motive hnv. not been Inipuicned, nor hi honesty In respect to hi private life, not accomptnj hi defamer in their search for ground of acculiin back of tie overwhelming vimlioation br hi neinh bors, In three H)liltcl content of exlra r ilioarj brilliancy and success. The admirers of Gov. Cleveland aiunnit republicans have never put him forward make m brilliant man, or one who would President bin n Rte.t noise in the worl I man who i faithful to the single idea nt performing to the brut of hi abiliiy nn honeftlj the tlutle of any pNce lo wHrh he is cailed; a a into who wlun pisctxl 11. a position of (ruet will nT. use 11 for ini 01. beneGl, to Kekrome other pltne with, lo rl hipcket, to Rain aoiue privi'i- - end, but who will execute the trust for the hem til ! of those who have, created it ) ani Y. Kvtnii)j Post efficiently.-- N. Cl-e- el 1m ii,'ie-tloned. ilrrv Vlber i ill appear it thu Pity in "Lamahiie ilmw is UtkV reeled i h Mall nvxt l'ueiy eviio n r'oi! will ilnuhtlea HiMierto he lm l.-eInrge MIldlHiei Lm" mil Circijii l"iirl i sill' in ion, but du i prsn'. lliler wns ei't IlU very iinlu to iIih f niiitnii try for oiiu yesr for cuilii g Itiriixt N-- i fill. Tni ifmihI jiiry f iuihI in- boys for tnurdrr dictiiien'i nnauir--t uiu i 1 ilir tir.l ilivrei. I't n U'f L I) ir J H J iiiI rclii.oU o.etud M unlay wilh niiiiih'r o' itmtenl in allemUno. . XI I iil nb)tiloO IV ti'l ily eu'l Ifvuin'i tfi:i.c kiI si Friiiklin alwui 1 'M Mr. W. I). Hipper htvi- - r'tsriH fine me Vaughn is pulji.oclioid. Mis) iitm Mr. liliir, Mi'Kini'ytof Lmcoln com iy, i Mi y K)l njn. moved into their will Ai M"-Salli- vi lllng Mil Th Mi W. F. Kennedy has been made Bgent played. It ccnited of only four innings, for thti Lincoln l.ind Co,, to look after their the rule then being that the club first making twenty-on- e Intere'a in this ser.iiun. runs in even inning, was Card ar nut fcr the marriage recep the winner. The first match game that f J. for this evening ever occurred in Philadelphia was played b the Equity and Winona clubj on June at 7 M n'clorn. (Tnursday) I'M J G l,iio(:ton, assisted bo Eld. 11, 1SC0, and the first game in San Fran15. V. Vsiihonli, of ANhima, will begin a cisco took place Feb. 22 of the same year. The base ball championship was first iries of meting st the Christian church contested in 1859. A rivalry had sprung tint SiiudsT niht. We imps On iruot'ps will not forget up between the New fork clubs already ih,? stile. block nuiiiioiiei! iu our last letter; mentioned and the Atlantic club, of I! rook-lyther nre h iHgrnie to the town in their the rviult being that a series of championship games were arranged between itrent Hnirip of our oionii-i- l men who hive picked nines of the two cities, the New lots in would Gnd it a paying Yorkers winning two to the latter' one. to build rrnii nice cottJgen for There were no more important contests rni; there i slnt'st daily applications, but for the championship till October, 1801, when picked ninea of New York and Brookthrr i not n scnt house in town. CoHKicnoM. "Madam Humor" was lyn again contended for supremacy, Brookt fault for I'lire, ni liatt, in regard to the lyn winning. In the following year the loptnnit r.a rwt I in our lat letter. Mir-- Eckford club of Brooklyn, wrestled the Claud a In vil rdativei In Hockcaa- - title of champion from the Atlantic and Ueouniy n.id why, he just went to held it throughout the succeeding season Ike a lnrdV.-y- ii view of the scenery around of 1802, in which year they did not loose a I'irs-xVsl ay. single game, a fent that has never been duAfier complaint from many citizens plicated but once, and then by the Cincin'Tin upon tha Crab Orchard and Chap-- p nati club in 1809, under the management I G turnpike, Kiqtiire Garnett and of Harry Wright. District Any persons batrng cUlms against Iloy 8tew-ait- 'a estate will please file them, as I am going 0 JAMES II. McCKEARY close up the business. S, .llVSlVHV, Executor. la a Candidate for Cnngrewi lo the Eighth District, subject to tho will ol the Democracy. a 281-3- 1 NOTICE J. ! .j v Mir. 4 Candidate j. inmiiAM for Coogro--s In the 8th subject to tho will of tho Democracy. - tln 1 A.Hii-prienso- W. IF. II. THOMPSON, le I offer for ssla privately my farm, near the A Coffey's Mill pike, 1 mile wnt of Ml. Post-offic- e, county, conltlnlnic Lincoln Bslsn 074Acreii. There Is a Urga barn on tbeplai II anil the other Improvements are lair. It Is watered and fenced. I Iisto 6 acres Id Uibarro ami 15 acres In corn that I will sail either with th Tonus lib farm or not, as the purchaser deslrea II'. Wf.VV. eral. Call on or adJresi 28I-2- Or Laurel coTt. Ky Is 3 Cindldito tot Supo visor ni Tkx-- s for lb8th C)nre-s'in- al nl Kenlu ky, November election, 1881. 3tUt Dt-trlct HtV. Wt i W. S. YiUJAU. It. Mt. ky. n, ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! I will deliver Ice to regular customers every ing at morn- tin ulhorlx(l hi vnouic tha !In. JT; !fc. V'titw, ot 1, Hire coiinty, aCunlldate to reprrawmtv thri.hCni;r District as j minSro lh 'Slate Board mirjct to tit afrits, of the Democrats iirly 41 IIih rlnrllin-t- n he held n I n in d w 'it 4 imt, jplt-ml- va-ei- nt UM'tMMi - lliVi.KriAl.XK.Mai. ton ONE CENT 247-ti PER POUND- ol Accounts due at the close customer qui.. each month or when k. k. n,tnnow. i WAITKB HDHOKON IJ3XV'iXtvM. I.A.NlMiTKH, KT. k. Office over aliens National Hank. OflUfhaursi from 8 to 13 a at aud front 1 lo 5 p. M. TAXESlTAXESt To Tux-Payers tiu, ni Noel hare or room o I.inviie street. Mis. Amilh ml Hr-d.- n will leave for Stanford this week, Several fimilits in town have groan tired cl 111 gro female help in cooking and houe work, and have concluded to send Kiglit fami Hixx jir!s. for a iJiimbir of lies have already spuktti for them. A church will be built for them so that they can wirh!i ccirdir) 'o the dictates of The ouly difficulty tueir (inn consciences. nv rxprrieuieJ iu kreping foreigners here ari'tM fruin the want cf society among them aud cunsiquenlly the lack of religiom worship, owing to the small number that come at a lime. Little Joe bsindge, ae 10, ran oil t, Tho politiotl pmiea in Hie dillsrem Saturday nulit iu company nnh Ned ayetl 'JO They tcok the midnight States nominate a uuiit peraona. a oainii da'les for Presidential elector as each S ale tram at Dinville. SelviJge had bttn clerk in (' n mi, in Ins uncle's, W liuinside, drug 'tore has )teprsentativea and Seiator An Experience In California or 10 and seemed perltctly con 'ec--- lusjunli it a Rrcii, aad whichever A Nebra.ka girl ha lately destroyed antented until a few das ago, when severs.1 o of the vole's of iho piiiphi Mre ilia prrs.w-wh10, and Collegiate, 150. WO; Freparatojy, bjjs about toMii concluded to run away other illusion concerning Callfjrnlr. She t "he .Stale f. "O, nothing; only I thought it would he are to cist the t e..n n.rtirnlin. aa ta Board. Ac. address from home. Joe cuught the "runawjy fc went there, she acknowledge, with an ida just as well to keep all the bank funds in 1'rearJent Though n. eia .1 hmv oon-- n HBN. B. . TRUEIIKAKT. FrlHelpral, ver" uml uirtdu up his mind to eek his for obtained from newp.i r that there was a the (utionaHy cant hi role in opposition to the Stanford, IJncoln Co., Ky Call. luue in the lar West. Yesterday he tele great preponderance of men over women, parly that elected him, yet It would tie ' Rm' l,'nt a 8irl cou'J Not So Verdant, Amu Alt.. "What t be in the country -- - m rs bretch of filth that no one liai a jet twni graphed his mother that he had obtained a sTfl tJ W C5 In a druk store in Kaunas City lor"- -' luan "niyiour hours vituout re shall It profit a young man," muses a social guilty of; o according to the later prac station any untasine. jceiTinB an otter of marriage from some philosopher, "if he rquandera his own and a id not to Eire hern-llice all the vote of n Htate are fr 1't.e whereabouts of Ned Iturdelt are un- - rich bachelor. In fact that every pretty his father's substance at a university and one lerson fur President. ell last weet and ' K'rl h,a ,rTee'. in wl,ich le uitors took comes away with no increase of knowledge condition f gren1 kaown He Ashley ran Ohio iem to be in a- - far as Winchester, where his finan- -' ,l,rn like ,he cutmer of a barber's shop, save that of the newest wrinkles in curve uncertainty, politically. The republics wn.l ' fraud," she writes afler pitching?" Ob, foolish one; know yoa not He walked home and 'I wnl t0 XP c were eihausltd manager complain that they ranntil raie of ,ix months. "There are more that had the young man remained on the 'lT does not care to leave again. Klijih Gallaut1ieient campaign funds from the tisu 1,tre lhln women, but in my judgment farm his development of muscle and cord K'ier returneJ homo several weeks ago, alter Ditn sources, and are rending out appeal f r marital bonds would only have entitled him to a position Iihiiil. ah.ent three Tears on a runaway trip' 'W haTe run wr general contribution, assuring the friend nd have orae out here for a where life is a dreamy round of nineteen It iuv be that the boys wanted to imitate of Mr. Maine that any amount, however pestif-lamehours' work for 3G5 daye in the year and him OallaKher made a short licit and re- -' 1UH I'eaceful time, away from the O small will receive grateful welcome tbal ,)M c,u,eJ the' w8- A $15 a month and found; whereas, this same Koutn. At ir.e time he edited a enu' VI QD the other hand the democratic managers i at Kisslntll, Fli., called rjof.'a.l W0B,an ' of ,eM consequence here than excess of muscle and agility, with the . M O mrn jubilant over the proper! ami email pajer are quite anywhere else in the world. The Chinese stamp of a learned university upon it, yhcrtGoitUe cT confidently expect to give their repub:i ! do most of the housekeeping and work at will bring him $2,000 a Tear from any were at abou ,he IbMnn Itlnbe. can brethren a surprise At Tiir. Fjtrxcii OrciiA.-Th- ey ,htt women . and ." ir,g base ball club in the land, and no questiona Mme w I ... .1 U .1 V .ru .1 ,uc7 .....I wuu-- , W0U,i Brul ,lecsry. uirrreiiuii ui.er,.iu There Is michtT asked as to how he occupies himself for Unci.: Ham Finino iUimvays Whei relvi hn remarked impatiently. Buffalo Exlittle marriage and giving in marriage here. seven months of the year. a niait train misses connection the ifticuU "iuerei J nave loritonen me opera-gias- s The men doB,t gMm ,0 anxioui! aboul press. e Department have an ui of the I it, and the girls so well understand thingB pletaant habit of fining the company the K'D" The Lanctt calls attention to the fact in "O, well." said his wife soothingly, "we j lhllt they wont eDCOl)rlge a raan unin they rmail earning of the trip, which are deductc- speaking of beer drinking and heart dis will get along nicely without it." know all about his former life and make of money paid the ed from the amount easethat statements ere made to the effect 'onsenee,' he rep.leu. l win have an ,ure ,i,at he hwn., a BUr,U(, wlfe nr two n company at the end of the quirter. Mnv that the average weight of the heart in opera glass ti i nave to rent one. the Eat. Oh. no! this is no place for a roads meekly sit down ahd take what the . M.a -.- .V-. Vt. .11.11. .n.L. aitli . .urn nkniil tn . gtni wno wants to marry and. I am coming men is greater iu Munich than elrewhere. . .u ..... ...v.. GoTernment has a mind to pay but the gelling the opera glass when we -J Tie result of 1,010 autopsies appears to went to uack ,0 Nebraska this fall." LThere are nu one of thee Ilee Line inn't have created a belief etnong the observers se Henry Irving in 'Hamlet,'" she remerou cane of drlar to the mail for which ePcial frora L'nlo Star, Mo., tells that "the habitual consumption of beer in marked a Utile sternlv. Fur intance n ronil i not re'poraible "I kuort- 1 didn't. Hut 'Hamlet' and a of m0,t fearfuI crime. committed in the large quantities tends to enlarge the heart the Lke Shore or Nhw York Central may French opera are verv different things. vicinity of Flag Springs. Two little girls, by the direct action of alcohol on its tissues be late an the Dee Line mU it WeMern You don't imagine that a man appreciate children of John McOothlin, aged 7 and J by theinurea'eof the amount of fluids in a " connection on that accjunt, or beoaune of fme- -er I respectively, were overtaken in the the body, aud by the belief that the nutriwithoutau opera-glass- , enow storm of tljods, caiiHei beyond its wooj DV unknown parties and outraged. tive ingredients of the beer are easily asdo tod?" control. In the'e oaeen tho company make Thi ravishers then disemboweled the eldest simulated." It Is stated as an Intcrtsting To Pkfheiiye Flowcks. At this time, and foicilile iirgumont, supported s 1SS2 the average --.mount of T - I tljwirs fade so soon, it is well to child, after shooting her in the head, after fact that in by the plficiil fepurie of employe, on the when cut throat of the younger was nut. beer consumed by each person in Germany which the know that if a smill hit of the item is cut caiift of detention, etc. Tlien it ii (hat Lynching will be in order if the parties arc ranged in dillerenl districts from C5 to 180 that olTnnd the end immeisvd in very hot water, caught. cyclem ol irin record the eibrrale litres. In Ihvaria it reached 233 litres, involve ko much lalio', prove of ral tnon the llower will frequently revive and reA gallant old gentleman from the South nnd in Munich 132. The litre is a little In perliHp six rut of en eiwrv vslue found pinned to his door at a baratoga ho- - less than n English quart. ., , . . cane of fine iiupoil by the l'oMoflice easily rejuven.iled than white one?, which Ida pretty irCtlUU4(7l4 I1UIC 111 I HUbU 111 Acornspondentasks if it is proper (O IX'parltUfiit on the I5e Line the latler Hre apt to turn yellow. Fur preserving feminine hand. Overcome wilh prido as Dowers in water linely pulver.nd charcoal; It. dance with a married lady when her hushn pronn tluit it w.i not to blame fur le f eiAiinri rif tho ntwi nnu i et oninn fnip ' band ii lookirg on? Certainly. Thedanc- Aro you failing, try Wells' Hkaltti Re- been refunded, should be put into the vase at tlm season., unknown, he showed the note to a layi, and the money hi . parly of ;Il(TE3, u iiurc, nuumuiuo 1b suro to bo very proper under such ing in water charcoal thodepirtmeiit ha roturned the money in Where vines uroI i after breakUBt and one of them ... u t .f .u- - ,.-.- .., i circumstances. ..u,u nrfeet irnml iiRiure. rwmarking, by tho ,..,..:.. id: "Dear Sh trandateU ,t for Lim lt For Brain, Nerre. Stomach. lirer, Kldneye, W Rt P P tunc Antnequalcillaiitforiuit, Cures You Can Have It. In ont Instance, that the Hce Line's Do not enore so loud, as we poor crea- wit, Five ounces of tueit and rive ounces of Ulres aor0(,B tue hall aro unable to sleep "My tUnr.what would I slve to hare your hair?" reports were tho able: raceived l.y the deHeadache. Fever. Airue, Chills, Is often said by middle aged ladles to young ones. that of tho Northwestern road tlour for each person is the meager allow-- , wjtn ,jje no90. partment, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Madam, you umy have Just such hair. Parker's ' anc to the Piegan Indian', and even that being second best. stop your The Giaphie tells of a proud young man Hair Balaam will give it to you. It will color and NIro ta take, trim merit, unequaleil for tood onlhelrhead. Biipplv is likely to give out before CoDgress, from falling off, restore tho original Three men sudrienlf ul, Night TORPID.. LI VER,Wonkness, who was too vain to take off IiU cork leg hair You need not Sweats, Nervous Sexual Decline. utleriny frightful shrieki, at the cirrus tho which cut down the appropriation for them, when he went In bathing before his lady wako It long, thick, salt and glossy. The Daliaui Is ffitiS i"r "ot.. 0 for S1W. ttt I)ns1ts. stand helplessly envying the girls. to their relief. U it surprising Other ovenlog. The clown had actually on couio K. 8. WrLLs, Jersey uity, w.j.. u.p.a. friends. Tho inexorable law of gravita- not oily, not a dye, but is an elegant dresilug and the 1'iogiiuB are stimulating the trade in brand-nejoke and the untx gotten elf a and ho was Is especially recommended for cleanliness and pu tion turned him upside down peeled occurrence had unsealed thair :e:i coffins? drowned In sight of tho fair ones be bad rity. It is Intimated that Mr. Vandtrhlll's rea- hoped to charm. Old clroiiH Koern rose from their bod, Positive Cure for Piles. each son for selling Maud S. was that the mare Meats, and rushed about embracing To the people of this county wo would say that Chicago U the centre of the bo'c trade wehavebsen siren the agency ot Pr. Marchlil'a rthvr with emotion. One while headed attracted tuoro attenticn than .the driver, guaranteed Ueiore he owned her it was "There goe for the West, the salts for the year 18S4 Italian Tllo old man was carried out, exclaiming'. to euro or mojcy refuudeJ Internal, External, always paid it would happen some Vanderbilt;" nflerward', "There gots Maud exceeding $9,000,000 in amount. Blind, Weeding or Itching riles, l'rlco 60 conts " day. Now I am willing to die!" nbox. No cure, no ny. Vcnny 4. MeAllster, CUHK mil PII.IM. Buchu-Paib- a Mrs Frederic Merrill ahot her hue Many of the audience cpont the night in Pllea are frequently preeeilM ly a eens of weight Druggists. Itomnrlcalile Cures of Catarrh of the the middle of the streets, fearing an earth- band at Uuffolo aud then took a fatal dote j ln( t,acic, loins ant lower part of the aUlumen, Bladder, IniUimnation, Irritation o( Kid- -' Daughters, Wives and Mothers. ueya anil lllodder, Btone or Qravel Disquake. of carbolic acid. She was crazed with eiualutl.e pMlent to suppose he has some alTectlun emphatically gusrantee Dr. MarcliUi's Wo ease of tho Prostata Uland, liroslcal ol tho kidneys or nelfhhorinir orgaui. At times, Snelllnsra, Female Dlseasta. Ineontin-- I a female remedy, to cure Female DiseasPari ha 80 daily papers more than geiuf over the death of her child. enco of Urine, all Dlseuscs of tho Genitoruptomsuf Indlgeitlon aro praaant, as CatuKucy, Inflammation and es, such ns Ovarian troubles, urinary Onrans in either aer. For Un any other city in the world. uneasiness of tho stcnucli, etc. A moisture, like Ulceration, 1'alllng and dlsplacemsnt or bearing THIS IDEA OP GOING WEST healthy or Unnatural lUscbarges use Inspiration, producing a very Jlsagreealle Itching, down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrenness, Chango also "Chanln's Injection Fleur." each $t. STAOO, McItOIlEUTS & to Colormlo or New Mexico, for pure air to reliefs afur setting warm, Is & very common attendant. roe Mrilii.ihi inner conirociiM or Life, LoucorrhcEJ, besides many weaknesses heroilltary raict, uss Chapin'a Constitu tho Drugclit), Mho nr nlw)t looking niter Ilia Consumption, Is all a mistake. .uy reisonthle nun Ullnd, nieJlnj aud Itching File yield at once to the ef above, like Headache, from the nun ii LTip Kvn n. si niTU-- r iioiiic. nuu liiterrtt of tlitlr cuatoiucm, Iiuto now tecuri'il tlio wouM us Ilr. Ilosuuko'a Cough and Lung Syrup Or application of Dr. Btaako's N! Kenedy, which acts springing Ctinpln'a HynhUlilQ ltUs, SiOJ; anl Cha- Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous deConsumption In all Its first stages, It neier fills directly upon th parts affected, aliorblaj thn Doianko't Cough anl I.uogSjrrup, n talo of l'f. bility, Tnlpltatlon of the Iterrt, Ac. For sale by Ilia to girt relief la all cuss of Coughi, CIJi, Proa riynip. 3 of Jills, 1 Halre. by Espre si on that liei.r falli to euro t'ohla, Pain In Turners, allayin; the intense Itching aad afloctlncu Trices Jt and t 80 per bottle. 6end CV'.t, unJ all tutig AITectloni. J'or proof Cougha, chill, rain I In the Chest anil all anKtlons that ar permanent cure. Trice CO ceuts. Address the Ir. druggist. E. H. Wells. Jersey CitT. N. J.. V. 8. A. Utlca.N.V., for pamphlet, free. trj n trr aaropU lottlr IlfguUr ilia CO cent considered primary lo Consumption. Trios, CO cents Boianko Medicine Co., I'lua, Ohio. Sold by McltbU-er-ti toDr.Murchlsl, Ttnny A UcAlliter, Druggists. For lata by and 51.00. field Ly Mcltoberts i'Stajg. ami ei.oa A Sugg. Ilur-dtM- ! o iiiiirh wrnt over the road Wednesday vi'l found it Tery much out of repair, and ordered the gale thrown cpen until it was repaired. Colly Callahan, one of the cleverest Irishmen in America, and the section boss on llii. section ever since the railroad was bull', was discharged a lew days ago, with out any notice and has not tho least idea what the charge is against him. We e the prediction that it will be many days before they get another Callahan. -- W. R. Dillion sold to W. T. U. White hi saw-miand log wagons, situated near Dripping Springs, for $1,700; Dillicn to have Use of the mill until he saws Slaugh ter's lumber to build his new hotel at that place. It II Hronaugli bought for M. J. Harri of James S Kieh t yearling eWer for S100; of Frank Chandler 2 of same grade for S2S H veil-tnrll ii A Fa Official. Bink Pres- jfr ident ''My deir, I suppoae you know that J. I am not only President of the bank but owner of most of the stock?" Daughter "Yes, pa." College. "And if I am not mistaken you are be coming rather fond of Mr. LightSnger, STANFOHD. KY. my cashier?" "Yes, pa; I confess it is true. But bow With a Full Corps of Teachers, do you know?" "I have eyes. But why have you tried This Initltution will open Its Fifteenth Session on the 1st Monday In September next. so hard to conceal this from me?" "O, pa, please forgive me; but I knew ALL THE BRANCHES OF A you woutu ooiect to marriage with a poor man and dreading your terrible anger I THOROUCHENCUSHCOURSE to conquer my feelings. have tried my Are taught, as well as Indeed, Indeed I have!" "Conquer them? Great St. Bullion! I JHUBIC. THE LANGUAGES. DBAW- ING AND PAINTING. want you to marry him as soon ai pos-sIi!" But "U, you dear, darling old pal what has wrought this strange metamor-phoiic?- " In Tuition, price rang from $25 to 50 In lb regular Departments. Prlnary, 125; Intermediate ' LANCAdTEK, KY. Will practice In Garrard I am now ready to receive the tax for I the year and Court ol Appeals. Officeart! adjilnln eoucMeaa- KM-tlIn the Mobtoson bUiK 1681, and as I am now three months lai, am ready to tollect. lam oinpelled to pay Into South Hide Public Square. the htatelieasury the mo-- t of the reteniH' due, and will have the most of the county claims 10 pay by October lat. I earnestly apieal to you to come at once and settle. I or one ot my deputies will be at my office In the court house In Stanford not paid by you. stall times to wait on personalII property levle Oct'. 011 10th I will have your I nu an what I s sr. I do not Intend inm.Vaii. to be twelre months doing what ought to tpedone .V. .VKS'KrnE, In three. Bherlfl Lincoln County. 279.tr of Lincoln: A.TTOIINBYH r. iiuiiBLs HUBBLE S. M. BOBDl & BDKDKTT. A.T XsASW. ENTERPRISE Grocery. Imncastcr, Ieiatucky, tSa Stanford Female GEO. D. BURDETT OCX. HAVE b't Lately tjcon Making Extensive Additions To Their 8tock oi il TERMS MODERATE, 1 family.-I'tiilade!- phia f- - - II Vt 1 And now hayo the Best Stock in Cos tral Kentucky. They have Parler and Bed Room Sets, Carpet. Cane and Penitentiary Chairs, Marblo Top, Centre8tand&Ex- tension Tables, Woven Wine. Cot-te- n Top and Hair Mattresses, Folding Bed Loan ges, Beds Cots,Wararobei and Sofas, and Everything Us Kept in a 8 tors. re I !'"" fni GranHlaletJ Sngur Prlcesv d - - . .... 4 5 iltfS -q HiO. - Wool Carding & Spinning We are running our mill for Carding and 8pUiiaj and doing good work. Wool can to sent by aasuaw to ua and returned asms way; pack grease securely in bundles. Carding wklla rolls, 8 eta , bUtssr and mixed, 10 cla . per pound when greaM 3 cents aided when we furnish lt. Ssadoa your wool and glee us a trial. C. W. WATMOXJb lfUi-olaha- I . 270-l- m SXf Mttche)lsDurr.T. CAHHtTZr 1'oM-ortk- CARPENTER m y. rt p -i k MoKINNEY, U9-3- UNDERTAKXRS, - - KY.. u.c .. , - - - 1 mu-io ." MPS.etJll fTfavT lAf H WB us: all q s sr o jrt p m Are prepared to furnish Wood and Metalle Burial Cases, Hearse and Burial Kobeaof all kinds. J. OPERA HOUSE, STANKOKD. KY. W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. 3lieorStage,'20x50. Elc.ht oomnleta sets of Sca- oery Seatlnir capacity, lncludlo; gallery, .w. rates to good attractions. Addr ee as abore. - ct ummi 3mmtmu riFiNrjwLn iii 0 Lfigll C3r. DF3L- - W.t3tr & O. i ... ... TONIC, and Indianapolis, LoulsTllIe, Ky Cincinnati, Ind., dealers fndlelnway A Sons'. Decker Bros., lialnea', J. A C. Klschor, Vone A Sons', Daldwln A Co 'a Cottage, Upright and cquare Piano Fortes; also the Ksley, elhonlnger and Hamilton Organ. Instruments sold at prices and terms to ault purchasers. Don't git your orders till you get our Uuurllte, Ky. prices and terms. I'ost-otlic- e, lW-t- II. Kiilduiu 0., Co., f HALE'S WELL. listing leased tills desirable resort and thoroughly renoTAtc4 lt. I am now nrenared to accom modate the public at tha following rates: 17 00 lloird and lodging, per week,, ..- rei u.iy CO ... . Ier lunal Cottagu of 2 rooms and cook room, per week. 10 00 Olntruoit-eiuphstlc- ally 'I Slnglo room,ier week ; 6 Families who furnish their own rooms and week boird at the Hotel, No two families can occupy the sime Jptuw without first making a special contract. ralea to club. No persons alloweda to take waterle cffln Jugi unless he Is or hss been boarder. 8ta-b- na AccommoJa-tloaud accommoJatlou for borses. Miues. furnished from the train at all lQlml it. f'. " 1 room " " ' " LT1 ir !"" eaepWs peeiodioais, rEit Yiun. II arper's Msitsrine Harper's Weekly Harper's Baiar Harper's Young People n.ii'iiAiaiii - . one ytar 10 ... 00 M 1 B0 CO Harper's Kranklln (33 iuaieLllrsrT, Numbers)....-...,...- I Postage Free to all subtcrlbcrs in the United Post-OtB- al rrm-Ml- y Htateaand Canada. a Iteiutttances should be made by Money Order or Ural I, to avoid chances ot lose. Newspapers ate not to copy this adf ertleenUB. without thexpres order of Harper A Brothers. IIARPEK A B1IOS., New York Address Mllllll MJUUUH . jwni-88lttHa3niior3oM- injOTamnmMmwnnr I is HOT 5 OF CURRENT EVENTS. SWITZERLAND. ul-b- Steve Mockabeo murdered hU brother in H.tth county. AS SEEN BY GEO. O.BARNES Twtnty miners were burned in a sflford, Ky., - Soptember 5, 1884 mine in Italy. XMIA.IHI3 rrilJL2 W. P. WALTON. Centrtl University opined with 170 icholnrH and the prospect of "50. Pue nr. Joox, (on the Juras) Canton lleury Clay died in the room in which Vand, SwtrzEnLAND, July ICtb, 1881. THEeTldencenguirnt JlainegroHai)dno Culberson recently attempt Dear Jnteriw euruulnUa and thm? la now not a semblance . Conure-8maOur visit to the dear Dufours only Filicide f a doubt that he seduced Mi?s Hlnnwood. John G Carlisle will ba renominated lasted a week, as time was limited. Wo ccsmhl it All the old people renumber the lor Congress by acclamation at Falmouth took long and short rambles to points of in- created end how it broke up tv nourishing on ttip 10th. tertst and enjoyed everything intensely. I rchuols. A suspicious circunHtance haa Martin Weinberger was hanged at find the record of our first climb as follows jut come to light in connection with the Pittxburg Pa , for the murder of Louis looking over my diary. It will do, subtomUtcne of Blslne'n oldest child Until Uuttfrvuiul, iu June, 1SS2. stantially, for all other jaants of tho same rrwintly it recorded Its birth as occuring A conGdence man swindled Wm. nature in that quiet locality. I enlarge a JTuDe 18, 1S51, but the lettering ban b?eti ICendnck & Son, ol Louisville, out of little on the briefer record, in places: oirefulljr chiseled off, no doubt to hide the $1 600 worth of diamonds. Monday, July 14th. Vernon and I were record that l facts in cane, for it Is on The, raising of Chandler's1 sunken flag- prompt in putting in an appearanco at BUicedid not marry Miss Sisnwooil until ship, the Tsllapoosi, will coat $35,000. breakfast, that we might be ofl' betimes for March of the came y.af, RNine had much Bjticr her rect where she is. our appointed mountain trip. Breakfast lw iter have said when the scandal wax -- Iu Kentucky thero are 0S.133 Miter-at- s dispatched we returned in haste to our as did hi worth; oonipeifc sprung on him, in ii voting population of 370,220, or chalet to write postals home and be picked or, ''Tell the tiuth," instead of putting on nearly one in every three. up by the Dufours en routo. They soon theninof :i ttuceuian and shouting: 'J I"n one Internal Kevcnue District it followed us, laden with lunch, umbrellas will defend tie honcr of my family with takes 320 officers, at a cost of $194,218 a and wraps. These parcels, equitably dis my Tery life if necdu bel" Had he have year, to collect 159,804 10. tributed, with due deference to the ladies aid when it was published, "Yrs, gentle Tr.e tobacco crop in Virginia is co- as weaker vessels, we took up our line of . men, I did reduce Harriet Stanwood, but I nferred an average one in quality and march for a most formidable, MiiMequently made what repiratinu I cm Id q i.antity, but the leaves are small. and peak, across the green by marrying her. I was young and hot 1 be notorious outlaw, John Lisle, who valley that lay at our feet, dotted with blotnitd at the time and I trust hi the mag ha been defying the officers for year, was browsing herds of cattle and chalets here Hanimity of the American peojile to fr.rgire captured Monday night in Green county and thero. On the summit of the mounscandal- - would have tlie indiscretion," the Tbe-- Senior Senator of Khode Island, tain we discerned a topographical signal iHrd away by thin time. Hut while the peo- Henry B. Anthony, died suddenly of ver- post, with a black bead that looked like a ple can forgive an indiscretion, they halo a tigo at Piovidence Tuesday, aged nearly small cabbago on a diminutive stalk. This Cast Pump,, and the Colebritrri Continued axt Ittue Ho and a liar such as Blaine appears from 70 jears. object, used in triangulation by the enginTin Roof-Afield ihe record, and he will l egret his uiialake A ececial staled that at Kensey, near eers of the topographical survey, turned out HUSTONYILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. "nif ,VUI PromPt attention. , ii n ..i Satrniuri iaire and more a? the cuiva proceed" Jelllco, Tenn , John Hunt beat James to be a huge black, boarded pyramid, The Fair under tho auspices of tl e "' ri tt iinr. , The primary election to fettle the claim Ciark to death with a club. The murder- perched upon a tripod of young fir trees, colored people was inaugurated on Wed like anything but a cabbage-heeof Mosra. Durham, McCreiry and Thomp- er escaped. on near- nesdar, but did not seem on Mr. Nellie Holbrook, who stumped er inspection. We "struck a course" for attract special attention. Thethat day to son U the democratic nomination for Con pmlictii i California for Hare? in 1S7G, and Connecti- this summit and' found to our cost that gnta in tbi district will occur is that the enterprise will pr.e at pre-ecut for Garfield in 1SS0, will stump Indi- vague generality can never make up for "V have taken considerable) paina to find n failure for Blaine. Dispatches wero received here las' specific intelligence in anything Hit the feeling in the various counties nod ana physical -- The case of Hon. E. T. Lillard, who or moral. Ignorance ol the mountain "paths week to theiflVct that s'am M. Williams the outlook seeim to foreshadow the seltc tton of either Judge Durham or Gov Mo is charged with attempting to outrage of pleasantness," known to every cowherd's had been dangerously wounded at Usable, DflUGGiSTS Crcary, with the chances ratiier in favor of Nincy line, aged 14, whs continued at hoy on the mountain's side, brought us to Texas. A later telegram stated that be was continuous grief, in spito of honest puriwe dying. .Several days hare elapsed without the latter. It is claimed by those who Nicholasville until Monday. Suowden & Hampton's distillery in and longing wishes. At last, with wearied further developments know that Thompson has no eaitbly chance The general opinto win. So those democrat;1, who have hes- Powell county, was destroyed by fire Sun limbs and aching backs, panting lungs and ion is that the case has terminated fatally. -iThe schools opened here on the lit, irv itated about voting in the primary, for fear day night, supposed to be the work of laces uusuea to scarlet, we inaue ttie apex women whose husbands are habitual drink- and threw ourselves exhausted on the insl, both in the college II rn n, Wnll per, building it might bind them to support Thompson ers. Mr. IV I Mulcul CliouilcnK ItooliH, Liquor iu the final race, need have no fears NothIllHlritOtllCHlM, The capital Btock of the L. & N. is ground, to gather strength and spirits for Bargin aasisted by Miis Thompson inaugu1'tlilltM, Nln l lottery, tuiirs. , ing but a most complete revolution in the $25 OOO.t-OI Ot'HCI of common and $5,000,000 of the enjoyment of the glorioua prospect, rated the session of Christian College with OIK .Soup. Tobacco, Cutlery, popular feeling, not likely to occur, could preferred stock and $5,000,000 G per cent. which soon made amends for all our trou- some 40 pupil; the district school numberLump, Ita ri"ii hi cry, A nil x, .tllK'llIll elect him. and about all he can hope now 10-- 40 band secured by mortgage are to be ble. It was quite well worth the hot and ed 43. There is a probability nf an inV....II Our Jprrelrv, MUrnrnrt' nm! weary scramble to reach it. Only, if we creased attendance in bjth after the rloe ia to get as respectable a vote a possible to issued. 'Jiioo. liiriniru , ho will llrpdlr lUtrhcH ami Clock Promptly d In the belt show that he is not entirely dead yet, but Hl)le. The explosion if an oil tank on the had only known that just a little way from of the religious meeting now in progress The meeting at the Btptist church is in a measure vindicated. We urge ujwn Indianapolis and St. Louis railroad, near the unbroken succession of steps, where all good democrats to make it a point to go Greencastle Ind., caused the destruction of loose rocks and slippery fir ''sholes" imped- still in progress, ltiere is a large atten and ece that the 300 barrels of oil and four car loads of ed progress at every step, there was a wind- dance, and Bro. Hale commands respectful to the polls ing pathway, up which we could have joy- attention, but the soil in this region his bct man Is (elected to carry our victory in fremiti, November. Koscoe Conkling is credited with say. ously sped in perfect comfort, we should been burned over so frequently in the way The result of the county convention in wg: "11 Ueveland was a good enough have bad a much better timejn getting to of protracted meeting as to have become the Second District was a tie between Ja. man for Blaine's friends to make governor the top. All of which I Uke a mental and almost sterile in tbe way of results. Ours is said to be one of the most impracticable -- ANDJ?. Clay and Polk LalTi. n Tt e convei.tion of New York, perhaps he is a good man to moral note as I jot down this little memo of communities into which tin preacher cn our mountain experience. make President:" will meet at to ettle the matter K'ni-iiitiiv- e Oh, the panting tourist on earth's moun- be thrown. n Iu Ballard county Mrs. Stagge and City on the 11th, when it is said that ! On: town has bun verr lively of laic tain sides, who for "lack of knowledge peror a dark horse will be nominated for a Mm. Pulley quarreled about their chilIn viiwof the contemplated Kansas excur Congress. At any rate Clay, who iflered n dren and lought. Mrs. Staggi cut Mrs, ish;" or if they perish not, make the inevit .;i.MV A resolution to repeal the civil service act, Pulley with a knife eight times, and sho able steep ascent such a weary, doleful sion. Kival railroad companies are coin llVllllt'ni If lllf I'lllilna. Ua.l.i.. Ioti.!y for the transportation of o (he irK,. dele fo make K "climbing up Z ion's Hill," a to deter oth- peting will not go hack to try these kind of tricks died from the wouutid. purclias,CM no iimlter Intl fiiiiiulllj r iutllf.t 3011 uiiuf, us I can tim.:,d A Petersburg, Vd., dispatch eayr : "All ers from in iiinting, who otherwise would the r jciraionists, ol wnoin it is 111111110141., atnin. price 3011 can oiiiaiu elsewhere, freight ami nil! t le cotton factories in thia vicinity have gladly have undertaken tbc "paths of that akiut one hundred will leave ibn leliiir mulct! 4U The republicans have nothing to crow 1T..1..... .. 1 peace," had these but been known and pointonthe 9:h ins'. EJ. F. SUtan cf 11 fill! Iltsortiiioiif ol CiiIIIiin. Ch stopped ork, throwing ofcr in the Vermont election of Tuesday . ber of men, women and out a Jargb num- pointed out. "Blind leaders uf thi blind;" ths A.ri.1.0., Top. and Swu Fe rca, ; li.K nil II... .V , M, l,,( ., cliea,. children, many of In 16S0 Garfield's msi.rity in that State o ' II .. ,, .pii,,,iii,ii. I. . ' r. whom are sufJering for the necessaries of "blind guides" are scripture terms that take S J. Gates.. St. Louis Air Lin: -- 11- omio.llo M. . ....... wan 25.005 and in 18S2 a republican gov--rrFowler, Chicago and Alton; (ieo ?. Mc-on new meaning from that scramble up the was elected by 19 838. This year Pin of life W The Independents of the Eat are Juras. LORD, make me a guide into Douaush, Southern Karsas, and TAYLOR3 ,0pR free, the republican candidate for gvernor, "ways of pleasantness and paths of peace!'' Penn sod J. II. Millikin, L. A X , ars ;.t liOSS CVV .4. Blaiue's Mulligan and other had Blaine can never oaly.gcts I4.C15. Oh, no, Co. records on programmes, in attractive style All Thy "ways" are such. Thy "pastures"' the Weatherford House. Howard tbe (a- ba elected land agent of Kansas is here working c HAMJjEitsntma,PA. and circulating them froe at theatres, pic- are all "green." Thy "waters" are all moui The republicans of the ll'h district havn nic, b iot, hon-- and yacht races, and at "still t" like a b?aver. Five Awards ut the Louisvillo Exnoii pilted Wallace W.J jnea againat old Gen. cmp meetings. Tho Independents Tbe nw school law whil it is in Glad to reach our goal anyway, however; have r"T tion in 1883. Wolford. Mr. Jones i from the same lo's of money. brought some respects a clumsy code bids fair t and tbo beauty of the landscip . ' i 'r , i '.' I '.1 hinr ,wrr Sw Mitts, fro-caunty as the General and ought to know .. tin IjihI xlswUiU Ei. Thomas, the colored miereant speedy forgelfulnessof thedisHgreeabilities, work a salutary change in school oira-lionl'orlall lorn allow himself to be thu put n better than to rii, Mill Minns it , r 3 It is an admitted fact that our butt to say dangers, of the way we came. who criminally ajsaulted the wife of a not t Mi U11 il'pwnridfcir wllH Hiftl fiTUt.'r up for a foot ball. Col. Thomas Z Mor- farmer near Senatobia, 'ili- in rl rt .il.lrt-MIm, was pursued The grand view, in every direction, was is shamefully behind in provision for tue row, the brightest and cleverest republican Our com men an J captuici near Harnando, Mi , identi- quite up to all we anticipated. Lac de education of the masses. I). lVEAKK.V, in the district, lefiiftd the nnminatiou. fied by his intended victim, and hung to a Joux,with its valley, where the best watch- school system has proved ilmwt an ulur (JK.VEltAl,Af.T IIAHTON. is suggested 'bat Ben But'er'a name convenient tree by the lynchew, many of es in Switzerland are made, lay spread out failure and tint is to a large extent atlno tiled to the ajmtby and iud8rnc, if no. i Hr.iNroD,Kr to the left. Blue Neuchatel to the right, a swoti itr ICAI c. hag been so lcn before the people that whom were of bis own race. hich it has little in the distance, lending "sweet en- the positive hostility, with Customs receipts for August were they arc all crazy to pee him, jus1 as thpy and internal revenue receipts chantment to the view;" whilei Vallorbes, been received by th petple. Te census would bo to see a white elephant or a traincity as it is, of tbe children of school age in the S.ale and great crowds rush to the were $9,500,307 against $18,585,147 and ed pig Hence to f eo hira and Bn Hatters himtelf $0,815,839 respectively iu Augut 1833, seemed so near that a pebble might be drop- loots up about 1,000 Ui these it is prooi- depjt blc that not more than 2.000 attend school 10 lH 111 A fV into believing that it is a big popular dem while the receipts from miscellaneous sour- ped upon the roof of the houses from the --where wo stood. It lies on its pretty even spasmouicauy. runuc sentiment is ce were $1,117,492, or s onstration. of a place AM) river, which first feeds Lac de Joux, then at fault as to the importance ami tho possimillion more than in Auguet 1883. 'The impression seems to prevail anung ble efficiency of the system. The beit men The branch penitentiary, haa been lo- sinks beneath the rocks at its outlet and tbc candidate! hat at the primary election cated on Scienco for a little way, in the district should be elected trustees Hill, near Eddy ville.about running n candidate for member of the The qualification; of the teacher both issues just aboye Vallorbes. a mile from the Chcaapeake, Ohio of Board of Equalization will be chosen, hut i A r,ur;;e .Slock ol'lhe Vernon and I recorded our names (after mental and moral should bs carefully scrurailroad. Work, it is under foUotviti;; aach is not the case, bo far as wo can ascerstood, will be commenced at once and the fashion called foolish by some, but tinized. The regular attendance of the no action having been taken upon the tain, pressed forward as rapidly as pofsible. It which I decidedly like) on one of the tripod pupil, whioh is vital to his progress, should subject by the district committee at the will take about IS months or two years to legs of the signal, where I hops some friend be cared for by the parents. A deficiency meeting. may poibly see it in after years, who of books is fatal to the school and harass-in- g Baker Grain Drills, Buckeve Grain Drills, build this prison, to the teacher. Each pupil requires a Foil one time in their history all of the McShcrry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, The debtf statement shows a reduction climbs this same hill let us hope by a Louisville papera are united. They all lay in the public debt during tho better pathway than ours and have a mo- supply of books, and without it his own month of Au-gKalamazo Harrows progress is crippled while he is a dead Champion Sulky Plow,, Champion Steel Beam Plows, that Paul Booker Heed is the very man for of $8,042,852. The total debt, now, mentary gladness in looking at it, as if it weight on that of hi classmates. I! tit mayor and add that he is certain to get less caah in the Treasury, is Oider Millr, C1120 Mills, 0a.no Mills, Evaporatora, Feed were a greeting from an old acquaintance. $1,437,514,095, Gutters, then. Col. Reed is an honest arid incor- and of this amount $1,210,520,400 is Ifnot.it can do no harm to any. The there eeeniH to he a waking up in reference BiiKgios, Carriages, Surreys, EpriuE Wagons, Fnrm Wagons, &o, to this groat subject. New light seems to ruptible man, two qualities crscnlially debt. The total cash in tho chance of giving pleasure is worth the troube dawning on the minds of men as to our A few MoHiu'iiiul Fiii-needed in a city's chief magistrate. :.iid Hrailley Sulky I'IowhiK Lchm Ih'iui Treasury is $114,541,052, against which are ble of tho writing. responsibility and our capabilities. The 1'osl Io eloxe 011 1. for cheese' making near the sumA chalet The Louisville Times remarks that pho- - current liabilitej amounting to $273,409,411 future is full of promise. The enlightened tographs of Blaine's $100,000 house at leaving an available cash balance of $141,. mit wtis undergoing repairs and the tink ling of tho hurds was wanting. They were policy of tbe age ii beginning to asert itWashington are to bo pent out as campaign self, and we may hope that the hours i f A difficulty occurred at London on off fighting flies at another point. documents by the democratic Congressional the .'Id, between William Magee and John Jooklng our fill, wo descended to a darkness will soon have ended. So mote After The country would much precommittee it be. fer a photograph of bis marriage certificate L Evan, resulting in Evans Ehootfng twice chalet on tho hillside that lay in our homeIt is questioned whether the Indianapat Magee, one shot taking effect in his own ward route. There we drank such quantiwitli none jf the dates erased. inflicting quite a painful wound, and ties of whey that I almost felt erabarass-men- t olis Sentintl will have k fair trial in the hand LOUISVILLE, Tii Cincinnati Exposition opened Wed- the other cutting Magee's coat across the In looking at the pigs we robbed Blaine libel suit, Tije sr.it has been brought nesday, presenting a larger displaf than shoulder. Bath parties were arrested, Ma- wholesale. But we were to awfully thirsty, in the United States District Court. SenaOpens August 16th. Closes October ever. It will remain open about a month gee upon the charge of breach of the and the liquid so harmless, that we gave tor Harrison, a ptrti'un, is the leading at ID ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. during which the railroad will make epec peace and Evens upon the charge of shoot wy to our longings and emptied a 2 gallon torney ior tuc piatnitii. ine judge was ial rates to it. ing with intent to kill Msgee, upon trial "nlcirin" in a very.short time. This refuse appoiSted at the instance of Senatoi Har may smile and eiuila and bs a wai acquitted. Evans' trial ia set for next from the cheese fattens pigs boiutifully. A rison. The marshal, who selects tbe jury, A man By Cappa's and Gllmorc's, tho most famous bands of tho world. Tuesday. little drove of white gruntera (exactly our is also a partisan and owe his official posi prohibitionist, still Largest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed Tho Vermont and Arkansas elections Chester Whites at home) wero gambolling tion to Harrison. It looks like a court oranywhere. LOWEST RAILWAY HATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE In Arkansas Monday the democrati are the first straws to show which way the on tho green sward, ignorant of our tn- - ganized to convict, that is, if it is ever gubernatorial candidate and the entire November cyclone is going to blow. Ver- croachment on their vested rights; else they brought to trial. S State ticket were elected by majorities rang mont was known to be as certainly renub. had squealed a chorus of protest, I am coiTS-rrTrrTcsOon't Dive Up Yet, 3133 mr llcan at Arkansas is democratic, but In the sure, for tho pig is a "good Protestent" as a ing Trom 35,000 ti 50,000. It doesn't follow that a patient will .lie Lccattro v.. ,.u...,., Br"i cutIuor,. joei nan, me . . .. Judge Charles E Klncaid has resigned former Sttto the republican majority haa general thing, although he does flourish in thodectora hare ''given him up," or that lio will On . V...J.. J twunucun ncmKkJ .. win make exhibits. uupUvine ben ponille collection i ! rventucxy ft iiuuurct iirodiicit a,,j-- ..n recover juit because they promise to "pull htm xm tho Governor's and been cut down, while in the latter the dem- papal Ireland and elsewhere. private secretary through." It li never too late to try the great ocrats have Increased theirs. In Vermont g young Swiss peasant , Clarence Egbert, of Frankfort, has been apA vlrtuei of Parker's Tonle. Mr. Michael Uullfoyle, AN IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS pointed in his stead, The Judge sails to- there io great dissatisfaction over the n quite the imago of our dear George Wood, of Blngliamton, J Y,, wot curtd of Rheumatism of Blaine, and republican speakers of Tho Grange volunteered to show us our by It nf er ten years of unspeakable suffering. Mr. morrow for Italy to bring hick tho remains voffJocf T. Hart. After his return he will were etnt into the State to lead the old way down, whiob, much to our chagrin, he It. W Mosber, ilrugalit, ot same city, tcril&ia that totho v.i.tor the grandest, ind Xnlflceut Stoclf ,h,M. .h,.LoMl,i,"nd V'"" ho has sold over a thousand battle of l'nrkw'i evef wU practice law In tho firm of Hsrgls & Oald-rrel- L guard once more to the breach. Lou told us wai quite near tho rough way we Tcule through Its rspuUtloa for this sad other ncsaJ.anclaiichtthatcan not te duplicatauTathe world 11. YOUNG, President. utNNEir j. M. WRIGHT, General Manarjer. Time. in our ijjnorarce, to go up. cures. had ulo-ei'- , jc,onr lt rock-crown- The discovery of what we bad missed was such an aggravation that I doubt whether we weto duly glad or grateful for the returning comfortable journey. Happy thos Scii who do not learn of the "way of peace" at the eml df life's journey, but in tltuoto profit by it to its fullest extent. Dear reader, mine, I pray thee treat not lightly the wish l I l i- i I send thee in this sentence, that thou may -know that there a Is "better portion" an L- Drugs, Books, Stationery and ( i . r j v ifrAH ii rff?. '; . easier way.Jthe gift of Jesus, thine and mite, Fancy Articles. VfikW which thou mayest have and welcome, for V. 'ro Watch i the taking. Climb no more the rucged ,Ilij(1ctauit' r Kr'p'lottufi.utahly roiuM,umlti). hights when thy feet are weary and thv m tV' hands are torn with rocks and briars. There is a better way that the dear I. OKI) has purchased by His own travail of soul, on VS W. i?aA Krli Th Largwt Stock of Vatohes, Olocki, purrosethat thou mlghtest escape, not suf Jewelry and Silverwaro fer weary toil. Oh, if men would only "praise tho LOKD for His wondfrful works ,:,r bl1': n,, iiil- llitl. " UllUllf.. II,L.. I,,. rrr ...I,. lor the cliiluren of men," iiisioml of trying I "r U..nw.,tii , m' I u,u to bear the bur dor. He Imrt for u, thut we tniiiht not bear them! Alat! to the end of the chapter, the god of this world, Satan; the arch desciver, will pursuademen not to believe that Jeus bore our sins that wo might not bear them; our sicknesses that we might not endure them; our burden i that wh might not lift them; ever in their ) DI.AI l.lt in place substituting "His yoke which is eay, and His burden which is light " IforNt! N)iui!t, MrofriiM, SiuMIcm, We reached home, hot and bannr. lwn! "Oil, !lltMiiiaiirc, UiiKgy M'lilpA, K"KRJ' U'ImtU, Miivch, 4 o'clock. Our young SwUm guide refused hih mils., IliirilCMM, .Spoilt", to take a profered franc. Score one for WrntfM. Clilt;r .IIIIIm. Itlm- Helvetia, as one before for old Scotia, lorg Nloiirtiitrv, C'orii Midlcm. fJolliir. since recorded. In Peterhead, a fisherman; in Switzerland, a cowherd refuse "largess ' 1 iH 1 J I PHARMACISTS, Cr-.'- IIsB ". ,?) cV'rW JEWELERS. i :'" . iwmis wHr 8 I xiiHHrc, l.iminira ' El-wt- or. A d, nt Hi FHMIUGEIinsrS. Opera House Block, n:,vM:itH Stanford, Ky., la lie. WBABIli, UHDKRTAKER, in - Lsf-foo- 13e iilci-" j jour '3 -- or tjuIi ...... u....t...iaa ri,.! e. !""".. "" CS. Taylor Manufacturing a s. irlli a:. 1 It iri. ,..t. $18,-413,7- red-tile- d fresh-lookin- g MC.B. ,rssJaREN', TftSTOX f three-quarter- lF?lr, iHVilJIJl MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. inter-ejt-beari- ' ou. EXP OSIXIOW 25th, 1884. SOUTHERlfr TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY AIR,T BTJILDI1TG-cncicrsr AursioA. -- t. ... cx-a-iix:- a nico-lookin- nomi-natio- LiaiMHMIIJJIJl Scnu-S21cchlii RKvnntxrsnn NroV. Shoe ntmaMfyniaamnan4 nitricroumal FAUilotof Zsigler ceived atS. II. Shanks'. A Fl.KASK justre Stanford, Ky., Scptombor 5, 1884 the first of ovcry don't forget ooal Is chhI or due month. HrisM ,V Cur-rjn- . l.&N. Mill train coin LOCAL TIME CARD. Houth. Houth... Norh m JfOi.M. The aoore li cutculatol on aUmlanl (Imp, Molar tluiel .itoiit 20 mlnutot rlor " Kiprttlratn" " " North. nnd not ra anting ear Umt Dr. Fowler left at IliU cftio for 12 4S r. u. hia friends. Call aad get a few ears. It is 1 56 p. m. 10 a. v. very early and fine. It was roaUnv ar setsl Wfi will sell the beat straight 11 )ur from owing, he thinks, to the diseased condition thiH dale at 12.15 psr cwi. Warren A Met-Miof tho worms. He hna saved enough cocoons, however, to cover fill expenses up a... Juimi: I'tKHAM donied at Lexington the to the present time. Cntre College opened with 150 report that he .ti.d Thou.paon had combir.-e- d Wednesday, a larger cumber than to beat McCreary. h3 been present the fust day of the term The Loiiirville & Nashville Uailroad for several years. There were twenty-sl- x has fixed a round-trirate of tour cents o in the Freshman class, Caldwell College mile over the Knuxvillo Branch, to parties and Bell Seminary also opened the same l, atu-ilent p BRIGHT -- CURRAN, WHOLESALE AND HETAIL- - DnATii. LlllieS daughter of Mr. nnd O.v Monday, September 13, we will optn Mra. U. T, Karris, died at KaU Hiirnstadt LOCAL NOTICES. thla week of flux, ngel 10 months. The the large't and meat complete liue of Ladies' Cloaks, Dolmans, Circulars and Ilt'V your fcLojI book from Tnlo ft remaiiH were taken to Garrard for Interever exhibited in this fection of ment. enny. Kenllickv. KlitlSntiin Ai ()i-aHKAixnTAiiTKiifl forechool books fit Mo With tho primary election and the cir cus here RELIGIOUS. ihere ia likely to be NEtf nKadra of truly mixed palntu for trouble unless thenuthoritie provide for a nvtiiig iraae at Mcnoberu BtagKi1. Kid Jasper Livingston will begin a Watches ami Jewelry ropaireil on aliort liberal force ol policemen. Whisky will protracted meeting at Crib Orchard Sun(low freely nnd whoii that's the case somenotlco and warranted by Title A IVniiv. day nignt. A coMi'LETK utock of jewelry, latent body usually gets hurt. Kev. I. S McKlroy will preach" at atylp Kockfonl walchca n apecialty. Tate Hrlght's PohooMloii'e next Sunday afterrciiny. TilK telephone lines to this point are not only a failure, but a source of continual noon at 3:30 o'clock. PERSONAL. Dr G. F. Pioice, senior Bishop of the annoy anoe to tn, who are in a measure held Sitlthem Methodist Church is dying at his Jim Hr.vntA.vcK h the ferer. reH)iislble for their repair. W. have lift. AND Miih. Lankino liUHllDWd arc tliortfore notified t!io direotori to remove home in Georgia. H wa um in lull, Tlallinx at Capt K T. the instruments from ihla cfBc and when admitted to the church when he wan 18 Mil. J. C. Fi.OKK.vcr. ami family are it la done, we hope never (o look upon a and chosen Bishop in 1SJ5I During the iwtt year Uev. W, 15. God-be- y vUltlni rtlMivra in Nelnon courty. telephone again. As operatml in tills sechas camelled in Kentucky and MisMi Mosm D hr.vonr. ban relurnfd tion, they are are a delusion and n from a vWt to her clMr at CmiibolliiTille beside4 beini; an ever fruitful source of souri 1,00? ills, received 292 SjnctiGca- lione, nud 51 additions. Tuo other con(Ieokok Dt'NK and Herrey Helm bate profanity. New-marke- ts 1u attending the Lindon reunion. day with h larger number of pupils than unit! And now "they" say that the name of the late proprietor of the Clemens House whh not J. (). Ake, but Calvin C. VanMe-te- r, or something of that sort, and tho accusation is brought against him that he was fond of "wine, women and song." "We have only to siy to outside birbsrlans that we don't care a continental how fond he was of "women and song," hut it is part of our religion never to forgive a man for being fonil of 'wine" and though he may wear ssck-r.lotand ashes for years to come his absolution can only be partial. But Ake hart gone and his brave little wife has gnr.e nnd over their going there are few hearts that ever pretended to acne (or Ake if you prefer it) and not a few of those who ate Ake' free dinners and drank his wine are quick to swalh.vfcva wjid and suggestion of the Enquirer' tcn&alJonal story bb gospel truth, and to thank God from the depths of their pure hearts that they "arc not as either men," while they bawl lomly and long for virtue's cause. Mr. Boyle O. Kcdes, who has been in Europe since last winter, reached home Wednesday night. Mrs. C. C. Young, Miss Young, .Mrs. K. P. Jacobs and others of the same party, will be here in a few days. Dr. J. C. Bogle reports John F. Flood, the eick actor a' the Clemens House, as much bet ter Thursduy morning. Ilia mother, Mrs. J. F. Flood, of Philadelphia, arrived Wednesday to wait on him and accompany him home as soon as he is able to travel. Mra. Sue Bell Armstrong, nee Kuse), is here on a visit to old friends and will leave for home in Peewee Friday. G. T. Schoolfield and family, of the Deaf and Dumb Institute, have returned from a visit to relatives in Spencer county. Mr. James W. Sebas-tiin prominent attorney ofBoonville, was here Tuesday to enter his eon as a student of Centre College, Mr. Addison Craft and wife, of Holly Springs, Mississippi, are here. Mrs Craft was formerly Mias Young, of this place Mr P A. Mark has returned from New York, after an absence of about ten days. Judge Durham left Madison for Jessamine county Thursday to make some closing speeches in the Congressional canvas-- . It's the Iat time lean say it before the primary "Hurrah for Durham!" Miss VitvePowjn has returned, after a month' vacation in Indiana and Washington City. Messrs. Hugh Moran and Wru. Dsnny, of Madison, passed thro' town on their return from a Presbytery that has been in session at Providence Churib, in Mercer county. h GROCERS I -- AND JOBBERS OF FLOUR -- AND MEAL. WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY Hchlor'. na, j WAGONS, BUGGIES AWT matriculated at Centra) Udtreraity, Itlch mond Mil. J. K Mount and family, o( Lv Krann, ate rimting Mr. and Mra. John M, McKobcrtu, Jr. Mite. Ha i.i.i n IUuoiiman and Mra Rena Crali; llrtj:ht, of (iarrard, arc K"et .' of Mr.. Will Craig. I (ox. Jno. ti. OtWLEV ha returned from Lebanon, Tenn., where ho went to en-thia ton Sam in Iho collfRs there. Mk. Oix). T. McHokrutm liai left at thin office a basket of apple--i that average 'a iKJtind apiece. Ho will eend a lot to the Exposition, Du. and Miw, A. 0. Huffman, o 1'eabody, Kama, arrived WVdnendny to vlail llieir iiunv relative here The Doctor la jet feeble from hi lale severe lllnew, but a looking very well. He cm hardly real lie the Improvement and clinite made in the appearance of Stanford, aince hin laat viait. nine vlara nan. Mk. YCNn K. Ai.liko.v, one of the bristliest journallnta In (he State, and hit wife, piMed up to Kockr.ulle SprinRi Mr. Allison la irninK'in; editor of the Liuienlle Chmmtreml and by too clore attention to hit work ban xeriounly injured bt health, which it tit hoped the excellent waters of Old Kackcaalle will restore. It la hla intention o i;ive up night work on newspapers and to that end will start with Mr. Hen K'ulgelcy a Sunday paper in Louia till in the near future Tbey are both capable and experienced and their paer can but b a dalay. er ye-day. Nixiko Maw Killed. Wednesday, as th construction train, run by Zin Dudde-rar- , was pulling into the fldo-trac- k at Kjundstone switch, on the L AN., it rin Into a box oar that was on the aiding, killing Charlei (inve, colored, arid badly wounding Bub Korjaugh. They had been ordrel oil the engine, but returned and gitllng on the pUtforui above the pilot, without tb knowledge of ihc ensim-rr- , fell HIeep. No blame U attache! to the train men for the aocident. Muhiiku at Livi.nocto.v. Cal Walts, a rough character, shot and killed Frank aod mortally wounded hli wife at Livingston, Wednesday night Watts' wife, who had been intoxicated for several days, had loushl refuge in Ellison'i house and when Watts d matided that hi. mil l.ir mil. he refused to do so until abe soared up atta then opened fiie on bim. The rirt shot took effect jut below the heart in bis left breast; the seoond one took effect just above the heart, killing him almost instant ly. Ihc third shot struck his wife just above the right eye, fracturing the skull and running hick over the skull downward. Walts waa arreeltd and lynching U lalktd of. A whom, impression eems to have been produced by our article on th" Miller- -' j verts united with other churches. Lui-osi- New; MARRIAGES, CAKRIAGUES, It Is cltiitn, rumond that our excellent young ttit-brig- ' ' J. McHoberts, will lead to the hyiucnial alter on the 1C h, and attractive'Miis Abie VnnArs-dale- , of Harrodaburg. At McKuney, yesterday, Mr. Jas A. Stephenson, a younjr merchant of the firm of F. M Ware ft Co , and Miss Sillie.tbe lovable daughter of Mr. K. L. Tanner, were united in matrimony, Kev. J. Mi Saliie l. Montgomery tlHciating. VanDeveer and Mr. John Tanner acted as attendants and accompanied the bride and groom to Crab Orchard, where a reception was given them at Mr. W.T Stephenson's. Mr. Harvey ipulr And Farming' Implements oi all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO TH.- - HXost ' j n, LARD. SWCKiNU CROP. ware and -- Complete laine Hard Queens-war- e IN THE CITY. Hiatt dilliculty and Mr. Miller thinks our suggestion that !o!h be Km ml over to keep the peace does him inimtice. He i a law- abiding citixen, who does not go about seeking difficulties, though claiming the indisputable right always to defend himself whenattaeked. He had been bulldrxed and insulted by Hiatt without caue and he naturally supposed when he uv him towards him In the car that he In tended to rerjew th ditflcillr. Ti e fct that he did not shoot Lira then anJ titer seems ccnnlusive proof that Le lid not w?nt to have iliatt's blood on hit hatnle aud he aays now, as he did then, that he do net want to kill him nnd that if he is let a! me no further double will rarilt. HU statement, corroborated by olhari, Sow that he has bourne a (real deal and our ugge lion nbaui a peacaj band w&4sleJy In the interest of god order and to prevent bloodshed. Of cou.--e no peace bond cot'ld 1)2 required until the fot demanding it were proven. What we wished waa to bring the matter under the cognizance of the law, as tho whose duly Is to f to audi things setmad to have ignored it and then it would be ahown who wai the aggressor in the matter. Wo demand that the authorities take Mep to inveatigate the caoiid have an end tut to hoatllitics, Miller doet not wlh to do raurJer and he must not be sacrificed, an lie Itae reaton to believe he will be from threit-- that have come to his ears ii Col Thos. W. Vahno.v Coustv Juixik The magistrates met ywterday at 10 o'clock to elect a County Judge to fill the vacancy ctued by the death of Judse K. W. Hrown, until the nxi August cieclion. Present 't'quiros W. M. Oarnett, John Ihilcy, Geo. P. Hright, M. C. Portman, M. S. Hastin, K. J I. Bronaugh, John Anderson, L. 11. Adams, H. Eioui, J. P. Djuiel, C. C. Hrown, William Curtis, J. P. Land. It waa moved and adopted that Slierifl J. N. Mentfeo praeide as chairman and he took the felt Squire Bright eaid that ho had hee.rd that a resolution to eiect one of the member of the court would bj pushed nml he desired to nip it in the bud as - it was not fair to tho other jwpirsnto. Squire Portman disclaimed ny knowledge of tho resolution, The vote then proceeded by ballot, although we are told that this is contrary to all parliameitary ipaje, and the first resulted: Tims. W. Varnon 0; M. C. Portmau 3; J. M. Philips 2, nnd T. M. Pennington 1. Squire Portman, of cour.e not voting. There being uo election a second ballot was ordered which reiulted in the election of Col. Thos. W. Varnon who received 7 vote: Portman 3, and Philips 2, He was declared elected and after signing a certificate to that effect tho Court adiourned. Judge Varnon sent Dan Ml lor to, Frankfort yesterday to get the Governor's commission, fearing that If tho mall waa used that the authority would not arrive In timo for him to hold the regular quarterly court Monday, which he will now he able to lo. The 'election of Judge Varnon will be very favorably received by the people. He la a good hwyer with 11 years' practice and his frequent eehctlon us sptclal judge In the Circuit Court show how wull he etanJs with tho members of the bar aa a firm and coasclentlctn man, He will unite a c.ipi'al judge s ' LOCAL MATTERS. Htr.u wheat at HriRlit A Cor ran r. Ton Krxr. One of the moat desirable W. V. Walton. lore looms in town. tharoKOf slook in the Flrat National Hank of Stanford for aale. Inquire at the Ten Ihr.k. Co a I., Itinler and pa! aa uhe.tp as the chrnpt- -l for or esehitijte for butcher Mufl. Call on Williams A P.amsey. cih JcT riceired and j;lafar Cail m.A a full lino of tieenwar which wc will sell very cheap. examine our aloak. S. S. Myotm &Co. Mit. J. H. Ci.aidc has taken chargu of the Commercial Hotel aud propone to run it in first clasn style. See notice in another column. rcceivin;; daily a splendid tHm ment of fall Huhing to which I invito the attention of Iho'o needing them. H. C. Kuplty, Merchant Tailor. I AM Wk have received our lirst shipment of ladies', m.eV and ohildren't kid and Kat shoes. Come and see them at our new atore Oeo II. Hrucc A Co. keeps on the mcrchanta will soon cive a mnn all the Hour he wanta free I r the thin and throw in a chroim. It ha fallen from $3 to $'J 1 in Ihc li tw days. and look to Casey, Wednesday, Jefl' Hardwick, charged with burning the dwelling of Mr. Nancy Carter, in that county, l.it December. .NU.NKixnar.-tMte-d Simtin Country mdw and nam, butter and eggs wanted by 1'. H. Walton. J. II. Bell, olbcott, sold to Djvid Tau-ne- r C head ol 1,200 pound steera at 5 centa per pound, and fJ head of steers at 1 cents I have for sale 6 large work mulee; .'i nice horee; 9 milk cowr; 1 yoke work cat-ti1 tent almjst Lew Sec Owuis, Ky. At the sale of Mr. Henry B. Arnold, corn brought SI 95 in the field; milk cows 5; hogs 61. oow Farm rented at $300. Lancuster &ttv Whkat. A limited quantity of pure Northern Fullx aud Ruian Am-ba- r (long berry.' Psrties iu want of pure need should leave their order at once. Geo. D. Wearen, Agt. W. F. lludgktn iMUght of Am Sphar 51 brad of cattle averaging l.fioO pounds, at OJ ct" and sjld him 20 head nieragitig 90 per owt. Scrofghie, iwund' at b,. tight of sundry jtrties a lot ol mules at f 117 50 to $lti6 each. Wmoheeter Sun. Pries Htidsoti, of the firm of Scroggln,-Hujb Co , Louiiville, bought of Motere, .Siutuj.iit, Matungly it CV., 19 head of broke mulee, ai J1C5 per bond. While here he recei.ed n tubgram inlorming blm that bin pantjvr bad bought of Jamed Uuthne, Shelbyville, a nico lot of over 00 mule, 15 Uwi hljli at $135 per heid. rBalng Green fiioc. The ruU of fitdir.g patatoea and bran to horeea it thus given bv the Farm Jp'irnc.l: Ttj rt.on baif a peck of raw potato and 2 quarie of brtn twice n day, to which added a nuall quantity of clover hay. They ere us fat and leek at moles. They oatried us o mtlea in 50 rn.mitee, throiiiih (.::", muddy roads aud wuen we drove up to the station tbey were as cool aa cucumbtr. Iu CiiimnoKii the cattle market is steady nd firm for best qualities. Common grade of hogs are dull and weak; other grades in fair demand. Sheep are more active aud lambs uiet with quicker s.Iei. The quotation are: d e; Hus-tonvill- We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Patronage. Ne. BRIGHT & CURRAN. IN MEMORIAM 1,-5- S-- d The death cf Mrs. Elizabeth Hardin, which occurred at her home in Crab Orchard o i the uiorning of he 29th of August, has the occssinri of profound urief to a htreeircle of friends. Born in Lincoln, very nearly 57 years ago, and united in marriage to Satul. Hardin, Eeq., in her early womanhood, she had lived the whole of a singularly brave and unselfish life iu her tutive county. It was the unob-trui- v life of a gentle nnd goul woman, made up cluWl of patient, cheerful and loving devotion to the duties of a wife and When her task was ended and mother her wearied handi permitted to lay down their burden, it is a fource of comfort to know from one who tenderly watched her passed painlessly dying bed that her away in the fullest and most beautiful trust "itiat all was well with her.'' Sho retained full possession cf her faculties to the last, and Ler every want and wish were ministered tc; and her eyes finally obsesd by the handu sbe loved best on all 111 CrROGER, AIjWAYS OX HAND FU1T., STOCK OF r Col .Tom Hkm., ol Harrodnburg, waa here Wednesday, placing, it it said, some needed anondulickri where they would do the most good for the little Congressman. m Vk would bis exceedingly obliged to the office of the primary election to forward ua the result by poxtul card or ttlegraph, when it is practical, the moment the polls clone. Almost her Inet thoughts were of the poor and the frieodlecs, and one of her laat acta was to sit up and imfo prepared under her own ees Horn small delicacy for a sick neighbor. How characteristic this was of her thoughtful kitidocis, all who knew her well remeuibr and e.u witness. CATTLL'. Neither want cor sorrow ever appealed to Com mo n to utilluu S2,O0&(.00 (lool to extra butchers her without receiving in general measure I SSgVlA Common to chaie inlpiwa i.U&CM botli sympathy and aid. Mny u saddened blockers aixl teeOers t.GOy l."5 heart, other than those eif the stricken nevus. bulcbera and bearr ililptri. .5 4.IJ SI4.S5 homccircle, will uilss "the touch of the S!tctt rnehars fair to 5,C5jO.M vanished hand, and the sound of the voice In truth a kinder heart 5,V.S6.10 that is still." rntrtonool llglit Com uion i.iUgSM never heat. May the earth lest lightly 8KKUI-- , G. Coiuiuon to (air SI 5053.76 upon it. (Joc--1 eirth. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Qneens- ware, Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- VERY- LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- e Customors. goods sold on long timo. No -- USE- to extra to choice w 3.J0iflt.O3 l.AUin-Cjim- uoa I 3.M(iji5 COUNTY. NEW ADVKimSLJIEMS. irMK wmmmT wmwm9 Made from tho heat MimieKota U'lient. BRIGHT, LINCOLN Missus. Gko. II. HitucE & Co. and W II. Curton A Son moved into their handsome new atorci Wednesday. The fire occurred on tho morning of the 11th of March and an elegant new block of brick building, hag eince taken the place of tho old wooden ones. New 'Uua, Mr. Boston Dillion of the Stanford & Lancaater 'Hub Line, came out Wednesday with a now and aubtantial ve hide, capable of carrying n dozen or moro passengers Imude and any number of trunks outside. It la tho very thing for the business and we are glad to know that Mr. Dil-lio- o ia making a good thing out of his contract. iii Owino to tho scarcity of ibwera and bloHoms, caused by the long drought, the honey heea are atnrving in large numbers. They seek the grocery atores for the augar and uiolasfca barrels and swarm around thorn as If they were their hives. At S. S. Mjers & Co.'a Wednoedajr they Vfcro bo as to compel the firm to clone tip or the afternoon. ! HOTEL! Mr. Wm. Hubble atarts West in a few COMMERCIAL , days to visit relatives. ST.VTN'F-OTtrjICY. Married, on the 4th, Mr. Wm. Blanks I have rente--l the above eeutrally located Ilotel, to Miss Todie, the pretty daughter of Mr. ami will mo every ellort to give entire tatlafaction George White, all of Garrard. to tho public. Neat, cool rooms; excelleat table; Capt. Dave Spoouamote had a hog to cheap rates, (lire mo a call. J. Ii, CLARK. fall In n sink hole where it remained for 03 days without food or water. It had T11E fallen away to a shadow, D. N Prewitt bought of Joe Swope 18 ! two and three-jei- r old cattle at li cents, Mr. Swope bold to Wm. Anderson some The next resalon ol this Acalamy wlllbegln heifers ct Scents. J. C. Gentry bought a SI3P1, Stli, 1S&1. lot of ewea at $2 SO D. N. Prewitt bought MONDAY, And close at the expiration of forty weeka. Wm. Tucker's farm at $8,000 cash. Thasesilon will be dlTldeU Into two tenai of For sale only by T. R. WALTON. --- TRY- Ne Plus Ultra Coffee. REST ROASTED RIO, Stanfor(lAcadei.iy A Good c,23 A.irTDn.ols.lsj- - For Halo only by T. R. W VTOX. DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Henry Uogera waa committed to jail Thursday morning on a bench warrant charging him with carrying a concealed deadly weapon. Workmen ara engaged In beiullfvlng the Interior of Louis Colin' clothing house with froih paint and hindsome wall piper with gilt background. Prof. L. Kldy'a first venture with sill;, worm h nj' tjrusd out very prfi'b!v. tweuty wwka each. TUITION TOR HACK TEP.'.t. J15 CO In Primary Depnrtmant JO CO In Intermediate Department - 25 00 In Advanced Department Tuition la due when atatemenlila presented. Patrons aro rcqtmlfil nottoaiL for a reduction of 1'tiltlon. No deduction will bo nudo for absence unlets lliafpHplUa utl ely wltndiawn IronmUool. ratromnre cutnwtlr reijueitsS to send their children or wards the Brat day of the eslou aud In mind that any ahawice fmw aobool, to lheprofr.'taottlie pupil. KUiSCUH, Prlnvlpat, JISMI COLLEGE OF PHILOSOPHY, LETTERS, AND SCIENCE, RICHMOND, KY. CENTRAL UNIVERSITY, j. i...-..ii..- i. . lr ts AUEU N.t R...inn in n.n Wednridir, September 3d, 1881. ADVAVTAr.S.-- A FILL KMTLTY cf aMeaml f "Iff enct-- an Instructor. Comrr-hMi- . tulliUiia-'- i ' aimaraiua. of M'lih ami thorough Instruction, i mr- rnunr nmi ttiil i win it tin- lll.rti' raiiii.ic n SOI ,.l .mimh iu iiii-ni- morV than 5(0 feet iovi the mi - iiiilm.. afoiiiifirkiino i.r nil mill, Ml l.ll I fMl.l lim ii il ' r U lullllrlHi. . In rtro of thi Stale, Lr tin- heart of th IHiiQ K AfPi,tt.llllj.-Ii-14l . . 111. I !.,. I..VT HU, huilunium. I..V. ilu .flu., u I. Ik ,.., '" "' ' .n.ui .nr.i I,... !....... IIi .V ..,.v . in., .... iU ,... tfroikti .i , i.t .1 . ..... uiI'll i in Hll. Ilulilvtl by ait awl hwiJ IMI fcta li .!lll4lI-fll- l I iIiiiij vacvut wuiiIiIiil-- . iiiul III III Ofl IWHW r t . : hiihm 'o- :' i. i!t Im.h ih tnnMnili, fmiii !.. T t ti Irutu t'J iu c t j r ancsllor. j- -. f .; rour-- . OIll-ill- "' ' i 111 !.. "-- - ii- itn(a PK0FES8I0SAI. SOLITUDE. rr "Yes," said Beatrice, calmly, "it is very 'AjPtMWsSMPSaasisai IsSWillWI X n shWMMtaJ " A"'l strange." world latifbs wl h you; Laugh, and llio SAM M. BUHDK1T. 1, W. BkttWU. ' Daisy had been a wife just three years, Weep, ami you weep alone nrjltDHTT & SHOWN, For tho ml old Kir Hi mint lor row Its mirth, when Mis WaMngham entered her house v c va Soptember 5, 1884 or Krnturltj- - rnirrrllrt Lexington, Ky, Ky., llut has trouble enough of tti own. Stafford, t i1m; rtui S one day, as bright and blooming as if not fri yt n hirt tnt "'it 1r lafUaltMl TnlirM t ' to 10 MT. VEltKOX, KY. UMyr Sing, nnd the hills will answer; TiMftt OMk th lit'l IMrlnMM ka Afvrttf ( fbMkt tnt three hours had not parsed over her head. algh- -lt It lost oa the air TililiR. Brttftl It a FIIy- 1isurt I'M. iiriilir LKrftrr lmir ALEX. ANDERSON, The echoes bound to a Jay lul sound, tn, Lifl Daisy sat all alone by the window with 5w atfnit (rttiittx rtrr t Yfl C0CF. BW"""'t",''i O mm nf rPJ lt imr front 1H lalUMuMr t fr..n tt p Dut re stow to Tolce jrourc re. .VTTOIIIVJ3Y jfV 3L.ANV, absent eye and hands i rcH'llT not drooping head and lrsrtM 'f li. rtt. THE GREAT I imfHT DANVILLE, KY., Miit ti'Ti'r n1 Pulii Kis Walsingham wan walking up nnil locked idly in her lap Beatrice went up Rejoice, soil meii will sck you; TM.iTtuilrul Will practice In the Courts of Iloyle aud adjoining fn It hfk'thru.nrt M tsH ant t ra IftvltncMl. itii. I oa ligbts shin-ia- z ftir1t. slown her boudoir, with the (Irlerc, and they turn and gu : counties and In the Court of Appeals. fU 3Hch ttrgiht $tt t I t r Uratiri full irn n ir to her and touched her on the shoulder. d They want (nil niMsuroof all your pleasure, upon her golden hair, nnd her vou to my "Daisy, I have come to bid j. it li'iaa. llut they do not need jour wore. ailk dreu trailing noftly over the vel- wedding." At JOniV II glad, and jour Irlends ate nun j; wbojc And MasterCommlssloner Rockcastle CtreultCour, vet carpfct as she woved a girl Be sad. and you low them all; Daisy contracted her brow petulantly. MT VKIINHS. KY. Will practice In the llockcstl Courts. CollecRrectful awayins: tep kept a eort of alow "So you are really to be married at There are none to deellno your nectared wlcc, tions a specialty, Oflce In 1MJ Dutaloue you must drink Life's gall. time to iLe tick of the Swiss clock on ita Usi?" THE INTERIOR" JOURNAL ealin-drapebracket. Feast, and your halls are crowded; IiKB F. HUFFMAN. "Yes, at last," said Beatrice.with a bright 12 And tl UuUtI!Ii" HU11QKON I KY. IV 'J? til T, Fast, and the world gci by: Ueatrico Walalnjjham was very loFely, 8TANF0U1), peaceful smile. "You will come, Daisy, Succeed and giro and It helps you lire, rippled trcse?, dark-graOtHce South side Main (Street, two doors abort with ahininjr, won't you?" Courier- th Myers Haul. But no man can help you ills. em and Htraight feature, aurh a the Gre-cit- n "No," said Daisy, with a shrug of her There is room lu tho lulls of 1'icuuro Furs Nitrous Oxide Ua administered when One year tut only tf.l-t- wi puMfi dr lltlli girl of long aj:o might have had; but Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled For a Urge and lordly train; iuur man tho pries of one. shoulder. "I never want to witness anothin tho corner, was littla Daisy Milford, But one by one wa must all file on DIt W. II PRNNY. er wedding I am sick of them sick of SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE nT Pr'" u$l y u Thro' the narrow aisles ol Pain. lll reo. Ire f ir one jcr HOlltlMt quite ditlerent dark nnd brilliant and tiny life sick of everything!" tmirb'tiun vr with tho Courtrr Journal, III ratJU LOI'ISYILLK TO Till Km.a WiiKLixa. STANFOHD, KENTUCKY. mouth and drooping with a. of 'lie s .mil. d uiocrat rriinoniatlT. n'iuner "Daisy!" Beatrice's sweet eyes softened OnV t'oiir OtfieA rTsr llM. I l.ytU's stum. o n for a Urlir for rnsenue otilf, aud burned and cheeka wherd the roes The largest two hotels at Sintogt would frmu lo i'i k n. ud ItuJr u Vne.tnrtlo si brUrilin I a family weekly in Ibn lnltM into sympathetic sadness; "has Paul" it "Ute. t hiw w io ile.lre to etamino a sample Niif? vividly if you did but look at her. be crowded by other persons than guest ropy fifth UouHer-- J 'iirnalran ilomat I hi. ot&r. "He has made me miserable," inteirupl-e- d "Bight o'clock," ami Beatrice, glancing PULLMAN CARS ?.' '.. Daisy, with a sudden gush of tears; "he during the hours of music and dancing I.lltle ItocV, Mcnlf oiasrr. Atlanta, fit the Swi clock. "He should havo been makes me wesry of my life. Night after were not restrictive measures adopted. Jacksontlllt, Jlottle, anj S'.w Orli.ei. ! here half nn hour no." night he is absent, cquandering our little The houses canii.it be thrown open to all BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA "I euppoio he wan delained," raid Mica fortune in the gambling saloons day after comers, as at small resorts, with no other In Palace I'ars Without llitDt This nollro fornwirni hunters, (l.he'iiin and Daiay, adjusting the folds of her wine colday he makes my home hideous with his rule than that those who enter shall be Iramis tint to lrp4 un our Uiidi without r ored poplin drew. "You are too exacting, mls.t, n, all en c are lUl.lr lo 1.mk.uI-SHORT LINE TO THE EAST well dressed. Therefore doortenders put savage temper and his unfeeling taunts. i th full KtenUf the t sir Fromi I.oulirllleln Cousin Beatrice A tnin like Paul Darcy EL. 13URN8IDE, ralaceCarawltbeatthsDr. Ptaiilwtd, Ky I IMnnr-i- l Ob, Bjatrice, Beatrice, what shall I do? the question "Are you a guest?'1 to all E. ' n ncn Ulrica. ' Much I7lh.'. IMI.M.Mrt'viintcV, (luso) W. ii can not be controlled and questioned like a homes on the comers whose faces they do not recall as FMlnRAWTC line why did I ever marry him?" II. T tlutQ, A. . I in.. tiler, LlUIUnfln lO St'klnic this read will ol child." G. lltahnii, IlflJ, Well - Known K. Oho, receive special low rates thoughtfully, "I do Beatrice Walsirgham sat down beside belonging to boarders. Hut the audacious This Old H. "No," said Beatrice, ate Agents ol this tmpanr for fairs, routes Isl MuMile, Hotel Still Maintains K. II. Ith,li, llllu. Kelly, oot think that I am too exacting, only I do her cousin with a heart too full for utter and expert belle from a $2 boarding hour ic. or wrlle C. i AJMUHE, G. r. 4T.A. It. ii. A J r'.ooTer. V'. ('. Mcl'olllliICK, HiKh ill Loulotlll, Kt. II, I.. Carter ance. Of what avail would it be to tell the does not let resentment serve to exclude ii I.) lie, want to be treated like a eenaib'e, reaaon-inANP I Hill, J. W. Weather lord, her from the most coveted privileges of Iti Proprietor la Determined that T VaiHijr, crest ure, instead of n mere doll. You poor little broken butterfly that she had ('. nm. Ilurton, When the sentry J.f. itii'i4iy, it Shall be Second to no Country J. A. Hani', ere different, Daisy you would be willing chosen her own fate, that she had walked the $5 establishment. r. V. Cartel, .i M. Hill, Hotol in the State iu it Fare, I J. .1. II. MrAllster. to bask unquestioning in the sunshine of with open eyes into the pitfall that was to challenges her, she removes all exprersion 'rtr. Appointment!, or AttenT.J KiwUr. J. II. Jnnts, your hit'bind'a love and tike all else for engulf her whole after life? It was too late from the rest of her pretty face and con T M. While, J. l Meulmerr to Comfort of tion SKVKK lIKATIslv M. I Marcuia, Mm. J J. Molwfr, A IKS1 gtaated." now to speak of these things, she could only centrates in her eyes the sroatest amount of their Oneitt. W Ii Atu.n M.T ItU'wIi Daisy aanled and shook her jetty ringlela soothe and pity the broken-heartewife scorn i he can command. Then she turns A. II. Nfwlinl, ttre llumlrrd Holl.t, In (iold at the Clnclnnat II. J I'ar.t S. W (litem. A I Newland. and. then looked u little aad. .i, lonlr.IMI.lh, h.,hest .wirJ .,,, d to aad froii t he it will be cosit and mentally thank the merciful God, who her eyes fixedly on the hireling, murmurs Hatto an Ksitrvt.' 1 he hUl.est award at lyrl Special crnnmD'tatlais the fcoutbern free of "My husband," ahe repeated almost un-h- had averted this fearful fate from her own "certainly, sir," and moves smoothly, unto Commercial Trawlers. The Hr will do no, think I shall ever life. b.'eith, "I hesitatingly, slowly past him. He knows alnata sapolied with the choicest Tr.J.M.rU. ML'ltltW'N NI'r.dlFH' hranilsof Lldiors aid Clar. "Daisy," Bhe began, gently, but the other that she lies, but what can he do about it? have one." The ()rcat English Homed)-- , started up with her finger un her lip. Beatrice turned sharply toward her. ! JUlu St., Unlmll,, Ky ""i SHK The average country weekly newspajer he comes "Hush," she whispered, "there "Why not?'' Isa for HVtk Memo L V ry.i-mi- .r may not be an important looking aflair ' rf Lsbausllon, llraln IVwer.IV ferrous I Ihelpall ufel7h.r ' ;V' J ,', Daisy grew red and white; but before she now:' elulnal nllth rn. lies', 7wa. always as late aa tliU?" aiked Bea and may possess little interest to the city luipoteBrjr. ,n,t Ueneral 1 C6 "is he of 'could answer the door "opened and the idenanihillt. i',h.,U','1 1"00.'7 rl''hl 2tk I'owerotI the l.ener.tl.e Urgans ZI7t the "fkeri l5.M0,W;. l",ua" reader, but it must be considered that there trice tui. . oD " J' One Cent ! Btfars tical Mr. Paul Darcy himself entered. andml s: fat 'Not always," Daisj answered, bitterly. are more than a hundred of these journals All the News for ' Au"". f" 1MS. nuen ot Youthful l,....ru.ler,cT. I .l,..Tr K ' Apollo Belvidere into a fashionable Put i the ei.eKl mitureil jears, iurh Mark. Sometimes he in Kentucky, every one of which is quite Tr4 It is just m it happens. suit of modern broadcloth and fine linen wont be home for two or three days." ! IHi. aa important to the town in which it i IiulcpeiKleiit t .rel'l a .1 niiny otter .It and you wcul-- l have a pretty fair type of She turned away her head with a sort of ea I lie was singularly handsome, sullen indifference as the door was opened; printed as are the city dailies iu their res- CIKCriiVTION NOW ao.ooo. Sum! that !e ;i1 lu.anll Hut. tle oi U' Wir seen ",e N i8 arts nke a with black brilliant eyes, mobile features but in an instant a slight scream from her pective circles. There h scarcely one of & fading Tj rhsrtu. re. lo. or tjr aad tetth as white and eren as if they had cjU'in's lips caused her to turn once again. these sheets not more essentially a news lielltcred and NJ. to the luuees of tubs, rlln In or iittlnj ih fTf a '.MUtant Tillages Mtbln im m.lei ol Cintowns snl ipsrkhnf 1'uIt, to theihui Chicago paper than were the Louisville, Cincinnati cinnati, the night of luililhatl in or been cut in ivory. He bowed over Beat"Daisy! Daisy 1" Beatrice gasped, gather- and St. Louis Journal within the memory ,iaen.i7ioWuuorfSiih. AftsrlsKU... I next ruornlDK, ....... hand and inclined his head to her 1.1 l.. .11 rice's 1,.. CCt rrir a r lSr it -.ing her suddenly in her arms, "don't look! of some ol our readers. Their editors Tin: .v,ruxK hu.vnino !l wrucka. or six U. Alwl,, FOR 0 CENTS A WEEK. cousin with easy negligent grace. heaven's sake don't Icok!" For have the respect of the communities which BY MAIL 250 A MONTH. '.w, h ,,. ,. "Pardon me my seeming delay, BeaCars! mailed free to esery aiilaiit But her caution came too late. Daisy give them support, and what these editors Addres all rota- AMI KOUtl TltAINrt trice," he said, carelesalj; "but I was ltinl jtl ms lo tl. V nun'ifif .reri. Darcy had already seen the ghatly sight. write does much to form the rentiment of Latest Telegraphic Newi! Ml lilt t .1li.lt It I XK t O , LOUISVILLE detained " TO CHICAGO Latest Market Report!. N)M Kaitsisflty, JUo. She had looked full into the dim, glazed the reading classes Louisville Commer l.jr Pny , McAllster mxt a!) Detained?'1 Beatrice raisedher perfectly-peneyes of the corpse, which was bourne in the cial. Drugitls's eterewhere ciled eyebrows. "And how?" Vs.: 1. 1 Pftis a 1 1 iVh'teialo 1 MONTH ! Aiett', arms of four men; she had Been the blood Ky. - .'J-lr- r "By a particularly interesting game of which clotted the luxuriant brown curls, The Philadelphia Prut rays tiiat sugar AGENTH WANTED. lirdiards, if you must know," answered Dar-cy- , and haa never been as cheap in this country or the hanging, nerveless arm, which (rronMiif. rrmrrnrUriTlllc, ItruT0tf st almost defiantly. the world aa in the laxt eighteen months, Aj'i'lj; loOfli e, N01 n, 97 anl W Longm-M- b Uilrntfti nltliout cJiiiiikc. swung to and fro, aa they carried him, in a E Beatrice looked him full in the face, with -- TUIK and the consumption in the United States BT. TAIII.K. horrible mockery of life's motions. has advanced from 03 017 tons a month in iTA I'ldSM. 4 curious, inscrutable light glimmering in IuiTr "Deai'l" she shrieked; "is he dead?" Dally eyes. 1880 to 90,501 in 1SS4, or 43 per cent, so the depths of her dark-graAnd then they told her how, maddened i.r. fireenraitlo. . iwisfllii, 111 f ra S (4 a a Arr. 1 01 a tn "Paul," ehe said slowly, "have you for- by the loss of all in the haztrd of a single that the consumption has advanced 31 per HstIdk deleriInel to chanss hit I uilnm, I TTii fi L'v'a llmifis 1 01 u ib " Oawfordssllle. 2 Ci a to J 01 p iu -- llMlllj Vll lllLKJl 0 "' cent, a growth due to the fiill in prices of oflerlorejle nrlratelyi my Saw Mill. .Ituate-logotten my dislike to gambling?" ...... IJ a ni 4 W pui die, he had rushed from the room, swearing Hrush Crek, In Casey county, Ky. The hurfliir " roa 7 SO a m SMpus brow flushed up Mr. Darcy'a marble-lik- e from 9 to CI cents a pound Isstsllouary, Boiler 40x11, l.n;ine IOxJO; Cojn- to blow out his brains and thus end the unMl" "" Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Ttwiuoal Jlrrct roule, with a sudden scarlet. Consequently then; where nine cents are car., to all point. n vMnn. 7ln.J.i.. strife with fate. They had paid no Net.ra.ka, At- Kor limber Inforni.tloTaJJre .' "Gambling, Beatrice! Is not that rather equal on a pound and a half, and just as T only line running attention to his threats, believing them to pent ItllUIlIng; Order. Ill Ooutl JIUHKAV KELLEK.U. I'. A. to apply to an occasional money is spent on sugar aa ever. a Ktrong term be nothing more than idle bombast, until much Uulsflll,. XT Timber plenty and accessible. ( would be wiling unr r V 1 v game of billiard?" as Mules. SLEEPING CARS exchange for good the report of a pistol in the adjoining corSpurgeon reconciles the Inevitable Must Horses, Cattle. Ac. farm stock, such "No," aie arawered, firmly, although she ridor had summoned them to his too late. 1'ersons wlihlnf to engine In the luailir Wl-nei- s with the theory of prayer after an original will find a gd ojnlng by a(iplyln t bad grown a little pale. "There is only a Beatrice found herself alone with the fashion. "I do not regard prayer as mirac 1 II I.OU.lX, difference of a degree between your occa- corpse and with 20-t- f tluslonslile, h.y Daisy, who had fallen ro ulous,"hesaid; "It is a part and parcel of sional gams of billiards and the fatal doom "illnc.UrasiM IInlc.M at her side. the i stablished order of the universe that I'OlltHVle,rlllOlUIIHllHUllI.X of (he wretched gamejter.I" liijcton, Ky., "Alas! poor Daisy." she murmured, as the shadow of a coming event should fall & "Beatrice, you are talking like a foolish she laid the fainting form on the sofa; in advance upon some believing soul in now," said Darcy, angrily. enthusiast raOM"your dream of happiness waa short-livethe shape of prayer for ita realizition. The TIIF. miUGGIST, "J am talking like a sensible woman. indeed," Connecting In sam depot with fast trains lor Central Kentucky to All Polnt is a divine decree commenc-lo- g prayer of faith Paul, you know my sentiments on this sub North, Eait,Wit & Southweat. - Aud an unsyllibled utterance of prayer ita operation. ject and yet you openly defy them. Will ascended from the deepest altar of her Vast Lin There is a popular idea that a silver you promise me to give up this habit?" heart, as she remembered that God had The Direct Route toLynchbnre. Dan FaE.I4GTO. A plate is inserted in the skull after treph- Is Preparing for n Llrcly .Snnimer "tahall bind myself by no silly pledges," saved her footsteps from the thorny path. villa. Norfolk, ecriidul In Effect June 8, list. Trade. ining. Dr. Brinton says, according to the waa the sullen ieply. Beatrice Walsingham had made a wise for my sake, Paul?" she pleaded, choice. Philadelphia Qinical Record, that he has Hisiineofgoois.tneTery sariety ususiiy fouaj All Virginia and 'Not "No."7T Tf- rifo. ii North Carolina ..Pally p,y House of tbe klrnl, Is with a spft, tremulous flutter in her voice. lu aflrst-ila.- a POlntfl. ittj carefully examined all the ancient Dally t.. Duo, Ex. Hun. large and complete. For tickets and lurther Information, apply to It is a wholly erroneous notion that to and modern literature, and failed to find "Not for the sske of any woman alive," Lre. V,lngton I 10 p in a TO a in a 00pm make a good asparagus bed one must dig a single instance reported of any metal Judicious Alterations in the Internal A:-- 1 Tour nuMi h.v.idA.. "w. ..i. w-"a1". :. .utMii.D, he answered, coldly. 33 p in u i a in 3 M , ,.ll".u,h t.m up the ground to the depth of two feet and plate being inserted after trephining, Nor Secure Room Comfort rangemt-nlIlfl"l,,n,,1,,,', A3l- - Arr. 1 arls "Then," said Beatrice, with a crimson 10 p in I .VI a m ft 17 pm and Better Display. pile in bones and other materials, A gar- haa he found any scientific referenco to it. . w. ilush glowing into the whiteness of her won i aianajer, Oen'l hau'r Aa't. Funicular attention la calleJ to SS S S' Arr Winch..er"r Z: cheek?; "I sball never consent to be the dener gave his experience with two asparKIchniatKl. VlrvinU. ""! " "I say, Jones, dint with me at the beds. One was prepared by plowing i.te. I'aria wife of a man who one day become a hard- agus p mi i ig p ma"ipiu" .iio ft A Large and Elegant Addition to the will you?" Arr. Winchester. .ll ia ,, ,uj deep and suboiling, and then with spades -- LEAP.N TKl'TII ABOUT TH-Ei 30 p IU S 00 pm ened and inveterate gamester!" Stock of Jewolry, Will your "'Certainly, with pleasure. digging up the earth to a depth of two feet. Arr. Klctimond.... ll M a in, I lo n , iff J "Beatrice!" ! . ., ,. m. And articles o Tertu. 1 r Jim inter This was an expensiye procers. Tho other wife expect me?" 8 32 ii in "I am in earnest, Paul." I S 43 iuund "No; that's the beauty of it. We had a j in bed was planted upon the ground plowed in & "So be it, then," he said, haughtily; "if Un. I, hn. 3, PKICE'.So,H the ordinary manner. Both beds were quarrel this morning about the seashore .NOKTlI.IlDU.1D. you value my love so lightly" Dally business, and I want to make her mad." Dally. Kx. Sim Ex. Hun "Htnn. Pa til: vou are willfully misiuter- - manured liberally with stable manure. T'hftpapilnnftr ll veil n urour ru . Unt ..-- . v Lre. Itawlaihl l.n.la ,... u.u t j, , ..v ur. The imitation of canned sardines can go Only LiiiefoTr.SToV-ipreting me. it is not tiiai i vaiue your Lancaster .... a ... . .. .. . j ,, ,, , . , i(,jr iii ine in; i n avd ..!'"fi"nTa , I: W M P love lightly; it is because I will be second iney returned hira an annual profit fcr no further. Tho packing box is tusde in nail omtwu It.uiway liae,.Vo Oniiillni i r,,,,,,. JJV2iiliMtr . ,2 U ,, i e n B ,n 7 po ," years. For the first few years the Jersey City, the wrapper is printtd In New inf.uti.ited piation in no man's heart." twenty-fivTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL deot-tl- lu IniliiiiiiM- - ..I, rua.1. enter lim Mine ffr ie 'irainl (:itra! rjuein bed on the ehallow soil gave much the ear- York, the tin cans are manuinclurcd in I he Ltb lexltiKion ... SNimi l H- - curled his lip. , ,ul j M . ,' sutement t y rlrai lines tliat ttiere Is tllun. an omnibus FOH 83.50 I1 w 2 15 p m transfer l'l I Indnnatl. Iiwern ih i'iii.ii..n Arr Paila Ua "And nil this because I happen to play a lier crop. After four or five years there Boston, the fish are caught on the Maine I', y and Oliln A Miwi.s'ppl IVy. I.ve WlnchMter . jtiiutlmrn la a de-was no difference in the beds, and they cost, and the oil is rxtr.tclfd from c.ttcu-see- d P "M " I' in 7;0 am gatue of billiard now and then." Arr Paris 'Wltnojt acilp or purne, or. Ib Moun'aln ll,"te n.nre reteoutlon. p m 3 00iMi 8 Maul J0 E'ancellst. Oeniic.O. Itsrnfs The Hlslorr oi a rPli rv Ysil if 1 .1 .... runnlna THItOI'OIt I.sei Paris In Georgia. "No, Paul, because you deliberately net continued of equal value for a quarter of 4 I.tfo, the ilecord of its ellent Tnounts JJ111 TltAl.Niltw.H P w v',,,,'tunis without trantter tor iwwtiu-- d1 Arr Oynthlaua.... j p in 2 JO I' ml H 4(tt a m century. " KftluKHltll a ot lu I'uhlle I'uerancas " Ucuro; "no" ' HI 3 87 p ii u tny wishe and desires at defiance." " ('"rltQ" The President of the United State car, ooiiuu B.ik 'm i luiernieiitai iKituia. l.y aar "' " in oevent- -i Doinii n.i iinteii cifltu wita A joung bride at Saratoga causes a sen!JL 6 WJ' I" 11 80 a iu "As you p!eae," he answered, in a debon-tu- r yuu uaTe a lill'inilit cukniTing oil""""' not draw his Hilary until four persons have Kin w.iiu on cur, 'iuw((e, iieiMsiie; ' Karn.s jiho'ngri vlureof lieorgx luapot cnn sort of way, "if change and caprice are sation wherever she apjiears. She is 18 .nAV.SVII.I.K IIIIAM'ir. "tliii Yanlh'i Hty," piKi-- 4 in tho front ands runn,r,K '""i looked into the matter and iven their 1"r "-VM,I.r ' Olllv TiillO' erenlng trains tu St. "i in the Uik 6t Kasea ol fc liulla or exail r to be the older of the day, I, too, may be years olil and looks 12, hhJ always dresses K.r xv . om, , JJu af. by signature. To anybody who prodiictlonain U- - and color ol Ink of the Inscilp- Ijt'lnii Indnnatl at T m and!) p in IIoilTII.Itol'NIl biimUy Dally pinioned for exercising my share of gener in a most infantile manner. At a brilliant D,)r mtde br the Krncmlit blniMlfin bis uioim- - 'i"i("r fnni tue South Ulliin; tu H.r.iict with tim only. kx. bin. Kx. bun. has taui'ht district rdiool this will not lain Utbla. illustrating In a compact form lilt nrst tra.'i, ..in take . wl.iih m.ki. .n, . si liberty of action. Daisy," turning sutl- - UP he wore a simple white embroidered seem vexatious in the least I aim. Tins Na i. a couiplet? history of the iiettb-;?- with all morning trams from St. Louis to I.ve Oivlngton. 2 At 11 in The ririratt, Ulin-- - .00 n.iea reveal the the West niid Jwirlhwe.t. " Uxtiituii deul7 to Mii- Milford, who had been ei muslin, short dre's, with wide pink sash 7 (W a in 7 5 n in , ... .. .. . i . l 1.1 . . ' P.iii 7 4fl a mi nndriiMti a itunui iiaMire ii l'l rTNiigeiist un , ire UiaJe i.ut.- - liiL, r Buck Ien's Arnica Salve. lecilly lisienini; to the collcquy, '"will you and pink bows on the shoulder of the babr Hi ... 5 I., ... jjimji;,. lMult una-- r ,, Arr MlllertbutL'.... S 10 a m 8 10 n livlorthn ti'tt time lu this IkkiIc. Tho Kalth 47 waist. Pink ribbons tied together the two ges gl to the history, the raanaiieuient, end It, tonstiiuenre is the ouly line " Oirllale Ttio best .S.ilre In tho world for Cuts, Urulew, Heollng thapter-- SI ttiko pity on a poor discarded suitor?" Warn o oo am 0 07 ,,in tnt which can guarantee a continuous nip, " Johnson. prvsskmi Lejiins-ot- i J 17 ll m: . U 44 n in 1 nn ! iw. long brnids of brown hair. Around her 8ore, Ulcars, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, HwuiiiHit It laalla the Hilllial sliiuld le In erery F.ur : r " Maysvllli. "' it tu full in " a in1 in w a in1 "I don't kuow what you mean, Paul," , Dal y Trains Cincinnati to St. Units Ul' that v a all head, the hair beirg curled about her free Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, ami no pay re Kentucky home, and should certainly be osrned in inpu'irnliis Huns Through. Par- she faltered, dropping her magnetic eyes. Ly ever) i iuirt of liuoige Karues. Eruptions and i03ltlvely cures 011m, or The tiouk can no. ati tr.. rr- j r i'ars an- Ittin ou Day Trains, rnlati Nn. a I4 niiiainesl nowheie Knnday 53.50. By Sleeping fars on NiKlu Trains. Ko Dally Daily "Will you be my wife, Palsy? You don't was a wreath of maiden hair fern, studded quired. Is Is guaranteed to glvo perfcat satisfac- rptci.ii arraugemeiii elw for less ttianwnn witn ine autnor, only. il!x. biin.HJx. hun. narin I change of lars tut any tlaw ot with roses and tied with pink ribbon. She tion or money relunded, PrloaSJ cents jir box. object to billiards, I suppose?" IiasMDvls. I.rerr passenger Penny A McAllster. nsnits, rho book (ta.50) and the lias a seat In a Through Car All And as he bent to catch the whispered has the manner of nn innocent child who For sale by Imkhioii Jnta.AL(ljj are oCered together fii , .. r''uT tiasaengers aro carried on Kxpreas U i ?! I' '" 7 aoa m.Vil 21 An End to Bone Scraping. ttie t.riceol t ie "I iro or lurn3." alou. tile two I Train.' ti.. m.n.,.. ...,i i,.i.,...'. . ... half. ispleised with tho novel scenes around her. P m "yea" Paul Darcj cast a p m si hi W. forii.50. Address I WAlfOX, . from rindnuatl ., at. Jxul! Ko omiilbiis A,r Mlller.hurr.l5M , hit.;a" IU Hip 8bepberd, of HarrlabuiK, III . says Edward iNTKBlQKJofBxat, Hlanford, Ky trannerlu ClLclnnatl for patMn.tra Irom CS.lt.B. itKiuirinj: glance at Beatrice "Wnlsinijham, "'J'--- ; I 0i ml 2 10 Ii in Grasshopper eoup is a favorite dish of "Ilarlog ncolred to mucU Ixnillt Irom Electric in A no i. ... who stood leaning against the carved Cu-ri- the Piute Indians. The grasshoppers are Bitters, I fttl It my duty to let autTirliig human-- . C)Tlntnn " M P mill SOs in 6 33 ti rii and iTIin lJisnnt l?niHrt Tost. IiutaWon mantel, but her quiet put into a pot of the marble v, M, with water, and u bushel of Ity know It Hum bad a run Jliii; soir on iny Ir j ilUIUlv, joint. '"""""'lallon-N- ci. lO.dallr.'lMTM Tla Ixiiilirl,!..', Coving ?'"i 2 p. , , rrTB rahnoull, on 3 8U l them will make soup enough lo last ten (or eight yrars; my doctors told me that I would ' ffsiVHr ifua did not for a moment vary. in No. 3. , ally, lenvo Falniouth, n 00 KnTiM Dnlli" n's.nJiio'ioiii . to hare the tiotie scraped ur leg amputated ,u' RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E, j..i Muiri,riB lo ovlnglon 8 a. w. No. 30, Ku inlay only. ,,Ii "Bee," faltered Daisy, looking up with or tifteen persons a week. They are left hare ate Col! IjiuIs ,u 10 huu,, with through Day and blucn-ln- g of Electric llllltrs bottlei ot. I used.itistoad, A favnrlto nrearrintlnn of nn nf ,h trichteued, wistful eyes, "you are not angry In Hie kettle after the first meal, and are aud tsTen boxes tlirio e'alrc, and my Jig I mow' Cars. No. .11, Huridar on ly, learo Arnlcu Vivat, noted nnd successful specialists In tin. r h Falmouth 3 n ,!, ' Kir.Mateiuentt contrary to are dewith me?" boiled and reboiled again and aain, with sound and well." Electrlo nitteri aro told at CO (now retired) f or t he cure ot Drbtlltu liberate misrepresentations, andthe alioro making No. 62 IijT I I.oit 3tanhott,irraltntmanilJieiiu; h,i, tbemare fnworthr tho confidence persons mii.tir-Vrlss' K1 a. "On the contrary," Miss Walsingbam iresn auiiitions of water. When they cents a bottle and Bucklln's Arnica Sal to at 25c luplalnaealeUcncIopoVer. DrugElstacaullUU nM ntilis In lt... l.i.alHAit. .. . . . . of tin, Mvt vui; m iunr( uiu ia u.uirr liittilfiB, quietly, "I wish you both every pos- have lrave per box by Penny A McAllster. 307m- Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. lost their flavor in the eoup they are sible prosperity and bappLness," A Startling Discovery. eaten, ! Do Not bo And so the wedding flowers were to have Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, DaV., writes tba slppl ltullway guarantees the correctne-- a of lu Fort Sumpter has fallen, of all Ita guns hit wife had besu troubled with acute llroncbltlt statements aud erery promise made the public, encircled Beatrice's sunny tresses finally en will be carried out to the letter. run j.inn Nos. six alone remain and they aro useless. for many jinn and that all reinelle tried gtreno For lull and reliable Information In regard to Sullil train, with INilliuaii8leei,BL r.yt,D,eh.M,'r circled Dilsy Milford's jetty curls and the permanent rellnl, until ha procured a bottle of Two hundred dollars a month la used em! Land, Ac, Western mates, -!" V'lears t'i nii.le.n ll ..nim.rviil. c.,11... and lowest In the rates lor Tickets Man-- , Ouldes Cincinnati Comf.iA wedding dress of satin and lata was altered ",nu,:lv;"'..w'wP0ft b,?wl New. '"" and Household Old Point isiai nt swemm "h Oooda to allspecial ploying watchmen to keep liehla burning Dr. King's New IMscosery lor Consumption, T' points Wct call on or addreat Daisy's petite form. magical ellect and to fit Couzhsacd Colds, which had a O. II. AIJJOP, to warn passing vessels off the rocks. produced a permanent cure, Ii I. guaranteed to Fsiieoger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi llalluray, "It's bo strange that I should be the one a.h. II. MOItSI., y, '.'A U'"EY, euro all diseases of the Throat , Lungsor Ilroncil- "lj',,',!',f,lh;Co'l'''i,'i'''i- tVsuwioprai tf Agent, a Mr. Dlaine ha rir children three eons al lo Oa married, after all," said Daisy, W.BVS.ffi"fi8' W.VT.PEABODV. CoTlneTon irV AW". i " McAlls- Tubrs. Trial bottles free ttlcnny CIIA. milis i.iio. i,mi.i.m .r . r.i-...- .. " ' . Ixlniton, Ky. Pres't and Oon'l Man'gr, C.W.SMITH Oen'l Pass. Ati. and three daughters. ter't Drug Store. Large rlza tt. IIOin.GU.llAM,p,ia.r.lvfibCellitvItlDklj. Uorinnatl, Ohio, General Mauagsr. uen. rets agt -ml 1 x roitvia at r..vw ymdttat - V0?W6 U sv 1 ltiff i Through Trunk Line rose-colore- Attorney X Grand Coiubiualioii Court-hous- e. d I y Weekly Jounml red-rip- e ere-laah- ea otRB n.Url M4-Ir- tii'lt, SOUTH & WEST MYERS HOTEL, and its Reputation, POSTJ2D . STANFORD. KY. Fropr J g Peerless Traction Engine. l. d fhr;. aw I Cincinnati Evening Post. in Politics OJ A- ni.C ,tl, .'' ' r? i"1::;, 1 n-- Mc.-Dirc- rr fPfi Louisville, New Albany Railway. ucex-lectedl- y lUVl vtt't..r Pullman Palnre M TRY IT FOR Saw Mill For Sale! n I East . one-thir- ZSP&8'XlKlJ:?& u to , - , vrm 1 A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY, comiiL 1 G.F. Peacock Shortest Quickest Koute -- HUSTONVILLE, KY., lten CJLJI..ATI. tJourH-Houx- b. , i - s ; '"i'lV! sutrCrtU house-to-nigh- " -- H.I. . i. ....., V, Life of Goo. 0. .Barnes The . . i ' ton ' " On-an- ' " rrlri '" """u lliee-miil- in Pas-tln- in - Onlv - ''' H n.-- . j '. . aOOTJI-JlOI'I- I Skui-Wkkkl- y half-scornfu-l, i: ,.' 111 111 2M FREE! AVt-io- i,. ua.ss jhij. ed " Deceived Jffi" ffS'W' 'on iT $& Innc-ctfnt- ljr. KENTUCKYSS. i,'?" "' :v.iu.:ZrtiuurV: &WZ"ZiZ&J '"' "