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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884090901 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. petit - wttttn jputnor 96 U . f ' -' n. --, JT -- - 11 o Jlllttftllil NEW SERIES-NUMB- -- jv T VOLUME XIII. To the STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER They Poled According to Law. l I lor of the Interior Journal.) MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 9, 18S4. COUNTY. ER 283. PAINT LICk, GARRARD w. P. WALTON. (itul friiiavH, VuUllthctl Tuenlav Sa.OO XEH ANNUM It we hare lo When paid strictly In waltanr time, 93.00 will be chanced, The political downfall of Bos Mahon ionrnrat hand. That old Virginia will crush him in Norember, no well informed man iu regard to the cany' in lhat State Not onljr the true entcrtaina a doubt. democracy are tRalnst him to a man, bnt the? are hacked iu the good work by thousands of hi former sutiiiorter. The Hrookljn Eajtt truly sars; ''The political Rlt'iation in Virginia U full of encourage ment forall hellereM in drcencr in poll tin nnd Lontnlj-- in gorernment. All the indications point irrfsiitiblj to the con elusion that the people of the Old Dominion hare result e4 t deal a death blow to the fuperuiicy of Mabone and his. fellow buccaneer at the coming election. It it now quite clear that the leader of the repudiation ha retched the end of hit tether, that hU orerthrow in the legislative contest last year wm but the forerunner of ultimate disaster, and that hit ollcjr as a political fore? in doomei to complete deatruction in the approaching atruggle at the pill. Confronted on one hand by the united and resolute opposition of the democracy, exposed on the other to the relrntlefa animoeilj of the elraightout republican', he has-- now been called upon to face the active antagonism of u large section ot the lteadju'ter party, who hare heretofore been numbered among his The uprising roost devoted supporters. againat hit oppressive and ' 'tuineering rule repreienta a revolt not of disappointed office aeeker or obscure pim' wlilcins, but of the more conspicuous it.iicr. who, iu previous battle, have aided in uphold Ing his banner. It embraces such men as Kiddleberger, hi oolleigue in the Senate of the Untied Bute; Gov, jCauieron and ether of almost equal promirence through ...!tt. of ilie Com out the length and monwealth." The Paramtu..t iiu$ The paramount issue in this canvass is political morality. It involves the question of fidelity to trusts, of truth, and falsehood, right and wrong, honesty and diahon etty, in the conduct of public atlaira. Political corruption has become a great national canker. If the misdeeds of a public man aro tu go unrebuked it weakens the standard of integrity in private life. One public rascal, it hai been well observed, becomes thn father of a multitude of private one. Breaking out in high places, corruption find its level, overflowing and the political the moral as well No reform it possible in life of the peopl any direction if we are not able to atem the back tide which threatens to lay waste the republic We aba.ll fail hopelessly if we can not in'pire in the people, and especial ly in the coming generation,the love of rec titude and restore the maxima of common hone!y to their rightful away. No theories of politics, no m undnm of political doctrines can sive us if the integrity of our public men losen. Its attraction for the people; for democracy i "not born out of the aky nor wrought in dreamt," but demand a ceaseless conflict of the peoplo with eyer From Geo. W. recurring moral dangers. Julian's Address at Indianapolis. g Hew Dr. Lansing Burrow, a Baptist minister, expreiue. the following jutt and opinion in regard to the Cleveland scandal; "Now. iu tills m liter, the facta teem to suffered himself be that Gov. Clev-lan- d he overome by a temptation, tome to (welvo yearr since, ud when charged with it acknowledged if. a David did. I may of ministers, he blamed by the Bill cla but when a man U overcome of fault, striven as lie brt can to teiuedy it, nnd manfully ck'wiedgs it, I am accustomed biru. I do not to help htm and aland think I am fulfillitu the ollice of a christian minister by seeking to condemn a man who. when charge d with a fault, telerepha to his friend?, 'TU tlw truth,' and extendwhen charged ing help to another n reprehensible deed, goto with na equally upon bin kneert and bee that nothing be mid, and preaistH in denial in the face of documentary evidenca. Mr. Blitue in hi J bock says thi of Thorn an A. Hendricks, domocratlc candidate fcr "II vrat but thirty-onveara of age when first choien, and his re cord in the J louse had not prepared the niihlio to expect lb ntrergtli nnd ability M Senator. He wan in which ha diar'-aye'-l the full mHturtty of hi power when he took hia seat, and lie proved able, watchful and acnto hi the discharge of hi public duties. He waialwaya at hi post, was well prepared on all questions, debated with ability and rapidly gained respect and consideration in the Senate " ViCi-IWiden- l: e This name lias become so hmlllar with tin most if peoplo throughout tbn United Statu that It I to ttato tbat bo ii ibv orlgluator l hardly necc the great Dr, lloianku's Cough and Lung 8)ru, lbs eoplo's favorltu remedy, vrbtreter kDOwn, foi Couzb. Coldi, Conuio)tlaa and ll nflTvctloni ol the Tbroat and Lungi. Trio W cents cod fold by Jleltotertt A Stssx. r, II09AXK0. Mis. Alex. Ujh it quite sick with fe- In your account in last Friday's issue Anypenona hatrug clilms against Hoy Stew-art- 's of the election of a County Judge by the ver ejtite will pleae (He them, as I am golog 0 iueticrs, I And thin remark: "The vote John Maret, colored, came near biting oIom up ths huilness. then proceeded by ballot, although we are oil a finger of John Mullirn, white, in a !M3t J. S. JlVItl'HV, Erecutor. told that this is contrary to all parliamenfight the other day, tary usage, ,tc." Taking this to bo a conThe biioitiesfi of Mr. J. C Ritcser has demnatory criticism of the action of the so increased that he his beeu forced lo emjutlic-- as well as an erroneous view ploy an aMisttnt miller. of the subject, I ask leave to say a few Our farmers have been holding for a loiter fori.ile prlratoly my farm, near the liui tontllleA CoBst's Mill pike, 1 mile wat of Ml, words in their juitificatlon. rise in the wheat market, but the prospects Hnliu Lincoln county, containing The justices assembled to discharge a 07h don't tesra to get any better, and they are nnd Aire. There Is a largi barn on tbe plars tbe other Improvements am fair. It la well duty required of them by statutory law, putting it on the market. watered and fenced. I ha- - 5 acrea In tobacco and 11 acre. In with ths lhat I will and to discharge it in a manner prescribed The election hew Saturday pased of farm or not,corn the purchaser tell either Terms lib. as deilrea MtV.VX, by that law, without regard to what might It, II'. falem, Ky. quietly, not full vote was polled. There eral. Callonoraddresi Mt. or might not he "parliamentary usage." was a go"d deal of money jflost, most of One of the provisions of the law is in these it was spent in tlm interest of McCreary word': "In caeof a tie, or if a mtjority and Thompson The vote atood at Brandy of the justices pre-ecannot be otherwise Springs precinci, McCreary 81, Thompson I will deliver Ice to regular cuitomera every morn- obtained after tni ballots, the sheriil shall 50 and Durham 39. give the catting vole." This is the only There was a difficulty Thursday night ONE CENT intimation furnished by the statutes of (he between Vine Pointer and Jim Pointer, Account! due at the close ol each month or when mode of yotlng In such cases, and it seems cousins. Vince stabbed Jim with a pocket cuitoiuer oelii. 21M1 n. e. n.titnow. to me that a moment's consideration ought knife and ran, Jim shot him in the back to convince any man of intelligence that with a shot gun heavily charged with buck this intimation is strong enough to eettle shot. He filled it full but he wa too far the question. I presume it will hardly be off to hurt him seriously. The difficulty controverted lhat the expression "after ten occurred at Striogtown, a little village 5 To Tux-luy:r- H of Lincoln: ballots," implies that ballots are to be or 'j mile from this place. I aui now ready to receiTd ths tax for tba year 1SSI, and as I m new three months late, I am takeo; and this being so it enly remains to A Modkwj Novel. Agnea loves Bullet-heaready locnllect. lam compelled to pay Into be determined, what is a ballot? Webster TttMiury theuio.t of Ihe revenue due, Bullethead love Agnes. Bliss. The the HMe hare the most of the county claims to and will gives two definitions of it, viz lit the ball you to atern parent objects to thir union. Gloorr. pay by October 1st. I earnestly appeal todeputies or ticket used in voting; 2i the act of votcows at once and settle. lor one ol my They try to elope. Good. They ate will he at my office In th court house In Stanford ing by ballots or tickets. Obviously the not paid by Oct', to wait on you. caught. Bad. They try the Dr. Tanner at all I times have your personalII property levlol en wilt 10th second detinitlon is the sense in which the to make It. I mean what I say. I do not intend busine", to see if the stern parent won't re- to he twolre months Join; what ought to be done word is used in our statute as above quoted. lent. Awful suspense. Will she starve to In three. X. J.SherlaMKXEFEE, Therefore it is to be construed, as if writ279-t- f Lincoln County. death? No; nnd the stern parent does not ten, "after ten acts of voting by ballot or relent. Otntinate man. At last the lovera ticket, the sheriff shall give Ac." Such are alone toaetr.er on a rock, very high up. wan the conslrnction given it by the justiColleges It is for the Iat time. Their lips meet in ces, and I inaitt that their heads were strictthe last, long, qiivering Is it acci ly level in this case, notwithstanding the Delaware's Peach Crop. STANFORD, KY. dent vr i it No one will ever he adverse opinion of their critics. It ha been estimated that 20,000 perors able to tell. The stern parent approaches Yours truly, J. B1.AIN. men women and children are at pres- in the distance. They are treading horriStanford, Sept. 8, 1SS1. ent at work in the orchards, engaged in bly near Ihe fatal precipice. They grow With a Full Corps of Teachers, picking, culling and handling the crop. dizzy. Their arm are about each other UVISGS70N. ROCKCASTLC COUNTY. Their wages are on an average of SI per TLert; they are goo! Don't look, reader: This Institution will open Us Fifteenth 8eaiton The weather continues warm nnd dry. on tbe lat Monday In r3ptemb:r next. day, which gives $20 000 as the sum pi!d for pity's sake don'c look! They will fall Business serms to be on the increase. out daily in labor wages on account of the dowi. 'steen and bust. The end. ALL THE BBANCUE8 OF A The Kentucky Central railroad has a crop. That i a pretty large sum lo be regular passenger and freight each way Thee joTOJs line' to the oyster are from among the working classe at a dally nnd it building up quite a traffic. Ihe pen of an editorial writer on the New THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE season when the uaual harvest work i The election pawed oh" much more "We try him as they fry ' York Journal quietly than was expected. Seveial drunk about over. Of couve, those curious in him, and even a they pie him, we're p'ar- Are taught, aa well as such matters have exercised their iogenui ,.. en men, but they were all too drunk to do li 1.. MCaiO, THE LAKOUAOEB, DBAW ' . . ary barm, more than to lay dowu and ob- ty in gelling at the extent of the crop aou, w broil him. we vine.ar-and-oINO AND FAINTING. """" through an estimate of the number of in- struct the railroad at road cro'siogs. he is delicious slewed with toast. dividual peaches ....... out, All such cal Thos. D. Sadler has been appointed We eat him with tomatoes and the salad of culatlonsare, of course, only approximateagent for the Kentucky Central at this powttoe', nor look him o'er with horror In Tuition, price tango from (25 to $30 In tb ly correct; still, the figure are uninterestplace. Capt. Farmer and wife, accompawhen he follows the cold slaw; and neither regular Departments. Primary, 125; Intermediate. 130; Prtparitojy, 140, and Collegiate, KO. ing. The number of peaches required to nied by Mrs, Kobt. Jones, of Covington, are doth be f;e: us if he marches after a lettuce vitiling here, slopping at the Samhrook fill the peach basket at present in use var- an-- l abreast of cayenne peper when His for full particulars, as to Board, Ac, addrota ies of course with the size of the fruit. A URN. 8. C. TRUEHKART, Principal, Mait-yHouse. Prof. Eddy, of the Danville Deaf is raw. So. welcome with Sep Stanford, Lincoln Co., .j. fair average may however, be struck m and Dumb Institute, is visiting Mr. and. tember, to the knife and glowing ember, 200. This would give uj about 60,000,000 Mrs. B. B. Vannuyaal theSambrook House juicy darling of our dainties, dispossusor B peaches tent from the peninsula daily Pro'. EJdy preached two very excellent of tl:e clam' To the oyster, then, a holster, during the season. The ba.kets in winch sermons at the I.I ting-to- n church Suuday with him, in royal royster, we shall whoop the fruit is shipped are about fifteen inches morning and evening. Mr. Allen, our it thresh the land of Uncle Sam." P4 acrcsj the the top. Lancaster New Era. handsome depot agent, paid Lorelto a (lyCD Aeon of th late philanthropist, John ing visit Sunday. Mist I.osa Heppert paid Dotso BuaiNiM in Canada. A party F. Slater, who gave the "Slater Fund" 8 her home a visit Saturday and Sunday. of Philadelphlan who recently returned CD 3-and over to educate the col"The Opr." At Sinks complains of seeing from a trip (0 Canada tell a quaint story of $1,000,000 i -ored people of the South, is about to erect gnoiti. illustrating the extreme thrift and simple CD crs a memorial building to his father in NorA Sudden PHoros-u- .. "Well, ma'am, habitsof the old French habitants of Can. O wich, Conn. Toe building is to cost $100,-00- 0 B P-- C Mi suddint. But it Is alongof the funeral, ada. While they were in Quebec they CD and to be used by the city as a free ma'am. Oh, ma'am, I do be thinkin' that rose at 1 in the morning to visit the French academy. Mi a dreadful thiug fer a man to lose his market, one of the sights of Quebec. CD CD "It wa a Jewish polygamous wedding," wife. J niver see a man in such a sthate as Driving ahead of their carriage they noQ P-says Mr.. Henry B. Staunton, in the Xorlh he was, unless it was me brother Tim whin ticed an old French ptaaant on his way to the pigs ate the baby. I couldn't sthand it market. He wa in a little, low cart with American Reiiev, ''that Jesus performed His CD hi ma'am, indade I couldn't, and he cryin' an' a seat about eighteen inches wide, drawn first miracle and polygamy was practiced W CD 1 r ert- moanin' and lettin go a rap at some of the by a Iar;e shepherd dog. When they ar- by christian fur centuries." This statement is exciting the ire of ths religious pre.!. and byeg beads near him, and thinkin' 'twas rived at tho market one of the Philadelphi-an- s M his own head he was sthrikin' and not porchascd the man's entire stock, his Mrs Stanton is denounced a neither chrisB nor truthful. knowin'tbe difference, he was so bate out enormous string of onions and a tian M. trt- wid sorrow, And so I put me hand on bis dczen bunches of radnhes for 5 cents. The Tbe New York Tribune, in 1879, denouncUl e z I, 'Don't, now, don't, don't' day's marketing shoulder and was over for the old ed iilnie a a coward by and a bula CD an' ethrokin' him like a cat, an' sootherin' Frenchman and he whipped up his dog for ly by calculstion." view of the Fort In P- him, as any woumn wid a htart in her.buz-zu- the return trip. He had traveled eight Smith bond matter it might have added: would hev done and tellin' him to miles from the village of Beauport, near "Am. a periuier 'iou. feir and a corrup- take it aisy. I did, ma'am; and this morn-i- Vueuec, anu pain 4 rents toil to sell IU , ionirt by uature CD U he towld me I was the liveliest gurl at cents worth of vegetables ben the A temarkoble telegraphic feat wa the the funeral; an' we are goin' to be married, wear and tear of dog and man wa deduc ttfS-CD- . ' CD delivery of a mev;e from Melbourne, ma'am the corpie'n husband an' me." ' ed from 0 cents the profit must have been CD CD Aiihirilia, to London in 2:1 minutes. It a sii.au one lnueeu. it is no wonder that Peck's Suii; went bv land and sea over 13 30b miles. It is stuted that a gentleman in Washing- so many Canadians cro the border to seek a fortune in the I'nitetrStatej. John T. Smesey, Deputy Clerk of the ton City offers fifty dollars for the best Loulsvill Char.ctry Court, died m Lex- on "Slander, or the Defamation of An Afghan woiirn asked the Ameer for Character;" and says, "During the present a divorce becausj her husband wa growing iiiclon. Hun. V. W. Cumertaon expects to he RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E political campaign there will be special I The verdict was that the A favorite proscription of one of thi reasons for the preaching of such discours- head should be annotated with sour milk; re nominated foi CoogM" at Vsnctburg on I?. H miisL noted and successful stieciallsta In the now retired J for tbt cure ot .Vet 'oiin ZitbiHtu, es." The sermon muat hi-- sent to Thos. D. that the womrn ehould lick it oil' until the Tutf-day- . J.osf .Mnjiiooff, ll'rrAiir.ftrul Itrrau, tviiil Vanderbilt has dropped Worrall, No.ClO.F.at, N. W. Washing, scalp nhone agnin; that then she should Lirusgisiscaaiiilu since his grand-fa-tbe- r $5,001)000 in Wall-st- . Addrtu DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. ton, not later than Sept. 15th, prox., and ride through the buzar on a donkey with died, and is now o9 for Europe, leavinu-i- t have been actually preached by its her face astern, and then the husband and ing larje deh'.a. author in eome place of worship, and must wife should dwell in harmony. You Can Have It. not exceed half an hour in delivery." The "Ow Cuitlnent" ha been bought by "My dear.wnat -- culdlglre to have your hair" wraon id lo he "plain nnd practical," oflt--said by tulddU ajed Jadlea to youn ones. rather than metaphysical nnd historical, Mrs, Frank Leslie, and will be published it MidaiJi, you may hare Just such natr. Farler'a be copied in a plain hand." The aud controlled by her. Judge Tourgee re- Hnlr IViImu will glT It to you. It will stop ycur o:ily true and "must object is to get the Scriptural and common mains as editor, accepting a salary in lieu hair (rem falling off, restore the original color and of hie interest. nuU It long, thick, soft and glossy. You used not sense dectrices on the subject. tn VI helplessly euryln tbe girls. Tba lU'.ssui It Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, who ha not a dye, but Is no elegant diessing and English Schoolboy's CoitrosmoN. been stumping Maine, nays Blaine will not oily, Moses was an Egyptian. He lived in a hark carry it on the prohibition issue by a good is especially rrcouiruended for cleauUnetl end pamade of hullruihes and he kept a golden mtjority, but he will lose New York owing rity. &! Positive Cure forPites. calf and worshipt brazen enakes, and he bet to the Independent bolt. A1 Tn thepwpls if tbti oanty we would say that nothing but quails and manner for forty Losjcb by fire in the United State dur- the agency ol Dr. Marblii's havs been VBUl'JB years. He was kot by the air of the ed ing August, $10,500,000; since Jan. 1, S74, Italian rile OlntuieV. emphatically guaranleed while riding under the bow of a tree and he 000,000. FACTS REORRDIHC toisureor mojty refunded Internal, Extertal, Hl'iid, BlesJln; ir Itching FlWa. Price SO cent! was killed by hia own ton Abelnm as he was . No curd, no piy. I'tfnny A MsAUster, cum: Kim hanging from the bow. His end was nririrv mil enrich the BLOOD. rcanlata ItT-- !! Piles ara frequently preceded by a mm of we.;I.t Druggist). piece. .,,,,u tne LIVKRnnd M-- --' '","''. Iiiall In ths lack, loliu nnd lower p.ut of tun ntdomen, IlEAlTlInndViaORof VOUXIII"?"",' Wives and Mothers. Daughtirs, As theiesult of ftomo very careful tests c..ti.lnitl.ep.ttlnt to iuppoie ho has some aCToetlJH Jlie.i.e rciiulrliiiracertaliiand u,t .ln aONIC, csikkUIIv U)speili.VatorApiil.to.JiidUoj IVe rtuplnticjlly guarantee Dr. MarchUl'a Ca recently made, It Is estimated that an elec- ol tin Mdneyi or nelgliWin;: craaai. At Hiik-- , Hot,, l.jfk of htrfiiKtli. iitc. Its use la marked ilt.l liumcuuid ami vouuunui force. .iunc, travels at the rale of 10,000 miles )mptonu of Indlgettlon are preut, a n.tulency, tbollcan, a fmale rouudy, lo cure Feaiale Dlscas muscles and urrvei;ndu new rcsuui.Eullveus tric dot Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and per second, or O.COO.OOO miles per minute. uneailneti of tho stomach, etc. A moliture, llk ei, sue a as Falling and dlsphcemant or bearing t'io tulrd and auppllea Drain Power. complaints aunerlUK Iruui all Inspiration, producing very diiajrwaU Itching, Ulceration, petulUrtothclrsuxwIllrlinJIn TIIV IT YOUHSKLl', fWHng, IrrtgaUrtttWi, Barrenness, Change nt nt Managed by Jno, B. fish. I Win, Pal Rogers wai arretted Situr- - j day on some warrants from Madison coun ty. The deputy shersrt' started wiiu him to Richmond this morning. From pre-eappearances it feema that Kackcastle has again given a democratic majority once more, but the reajon was there was no republican candidate. The protracted meeting closed at thi? place yesterday with ll aJdilions, two by restoration and i) by confession. Elder Vanhook's preaching was very much liked by all who heard him. Theprimaty election in thi county last Saturday, pas-e- d of very quietly. About of a full vote wa polled in the county. McCreary carried thts county by just 3:7 majority over both Thompson and Durham. Brodhead, Ky ha n nice little HCtde-m- y just started on the 1st day of Sept. Ml AUie Carson is the principal with Miss Elva Moore assistant. The hoard of officers are J. II. Albright, T. S. Frith. I. N. Newland, J. G. Carter and W. J. Bar- urr. Dr.M. C. William is running Mr. W. M. Weber's drug store. Eugene Snod-gtas- s has been itrj ill with flux for sever-a- l days but we are glad to say that he is Improving. Misa May Adams is attending the Stanford college, Mis Maggie Spradlin is at Bell Seminary and Mis Georgie Miller will go to Louisville todav to attend the school for the blind. Mrs. Helen Brooks has returned to Paris. Miss Ida Adams is at home after a visit to friends in and Louisville. Mr. W. II. Spradlin has gone back to Gallatin, Tenn two-thirHar-rodbur- g INTOTIODES 2 TV. II. II. THOMPSON, Of Laurel county, Ky Ii a Cindldate for State buitTloro Taxes for tbe 8th Cingresalonal D trlct of Kentucky, Norember election, 1881. HON. W S. YOUNG. MKHI FOR Post-oclr- e, SAXjX; W'e are autborlied to announce, tbe II an. W. S, oun?, ot Laurel county, a Canlldate to repreaoal the 3th CoDgreailonal District, as a membarof th State Board of Evaluation, aubject to the juiloa or the Democratic party at the election to bo held on tbe 6th day ol September, 1131. LASCASTEU ADTKUTI8ESE5I8. D. P. WAIiTEB 28l-2- m LANCASTER, KY. Office orer Cltitens National Bank. Offlc Boon from i to 12 a. at. and from 1 to 8 p. w. ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! l. y. iiobblk. PER POUND. ATTOIlNEVa LANCA8TEP., XsA.-- !-, KY. Will practice tn Garrard and adjoining countl and Court ol Appeals. Office in tbe Boblnaon block, South Bide Public Square. lM-I- y HUBDIiE . 11. BCBDavrr. & DDHDETT, A.T TAXES1JTAXES! ENTERPRISE Grocery. Iwuiicasler, Kentucky, if GEO. D. BURDETT c3 OO-- . -- Stanford Female UAVI ki. Lately been Making Extea-siv- e Additions To Their Stock ot de-ig- And now have tbe Best Stock ati-ri- !.:,.. 1 - il TERMS MODERATE. and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, Cane and Penitentiary Chairs, Marble Top, Centre Stand & Extension Tables, Woven Wine. Cot-te- n Top and Hair Mattresses, Folding Bed Lounges, Beds & Cots, 'ararobes and Sofas, and Everything Els Kept in a First-clas- s Furniture Store. in Csa tral Kentucky. They have Parler Granulated Sugar PrJcv ICY. -, 0 p o 2 COMMERCIAL HOTEL! d z o H eTANFOHD, I hare rtnted ths abote itntrslly located UU), and will use erery eflort toglre entire) aatlsractlao. to the public. Neat, cool rooms; excelleat tab!cheap rates, aire me a call. J". U. CLARK 2S2-4- SoP o o CDcro 3 3 i Wool Carding & Spinning We are running our mill for Carding and 8pla4Ba. and doing good work. Wool can be aent by Cipro to us and returned same way; pack grease securely In bundles. Carding wklte rolls, 8 eta , bbeaw and mixed, 10 cti.. per pound when greue l furnished, l centa aided when we furnish It. Bentlots. your wool and giro us a trial. C. ir. WATSOX At 8BXt 270-lMttehtllsourff. Ky. 1 5' P ctf & P P CARPENTER & CAMNH2!, - UNDERTAKERS, p aiolCIlNNEV, - - - - ICY.. WO Are prepared to furnish Wood (and Metallc Barial Gases, Hearse and Burial Robea of all ktnda. P C-- T- m OPERA HOUSE, STArOItD. KY. n' re-ct- P W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. 3?& ii 3 S!aofStage,20x$0. Eight complete sets ol Bcw ery beating capacity, Including gallery, OW. Koasonablts ratea to good attractions. Addxeast as abore. er-m- bald-heade- sr FREE! BKPaKSKNia . 1 lujiiaiQBc-vieucuvriuifvr- L.)uIst11!o, Kr., Cincinnati, O., and IndianapoU, Ind., dealers in Stelnway A boas', Decker Bros.', Uatncs', J. A C. Fischer, Vose A Sons'. Baldwin Co. 'a Cottage, Upright aud e'nuare Piano Forts-al- so tbe Estey, bboninger and Hamilton Orgx. Instruments sold at prices and terms to ault purchasers. Don't gl re your orders till you get our 1 rn-t-s Mil terms. Pust-otlic- o, Danrllle, Ky. If. ISnlrtwlu & Co., WMf . jSt'j: HALE'SWELL. Uarlng leased tlUa desirable resort and reuoratcd It, I am now prepared to accommodate the publlo at the following rates: Uoirdand lodging, per week f 1M Pft clay - 1 09 1'er meal - W Cottage of 2 rooms and cook room, per week. 10 M 1 room " " " " " ".... 0 00 00 ...... Single room, per week Families who furnlnh their own rooms and 08 board at the Hotel, per week No two families can occupy the same cottage Bpecltd without first makings special contract. rates to clubs. No persons allowed to take water oS'lu Jugs unless he is or has been a boarder. Bta-b- r, anil accommodation for horses. Accommode-tielurnlshed from Ihor-outh- ly ' in TOMIO le $nAXt iilk. EAHPER'S PEEI0DI0ALS, PER YKAIt. Harper's Magailne i . 4 00 Harper's Weekly 4 00 Uarer's Ba:ir 1 so Harper'i Young People Harper's Franklin n,uaieLlbrarr, one year 10 CO il Nuuiberi) Postage Free lo all aubicrlbera In the Culled States and Canada.' TPonlth.i .Via. ill S.a ...n.l l. n.t.nttiim I UUMIl W lU.l'.r UJ A.C.lJ...llkMoney Ordur or Dralt, to avoid chances ol less. rewjpnpers are not 10 copy luis aurer.iuif Itbout the vxsreu order of Harper A Brotbeia. UARPEU A UH03., New York Adlross -- -- 11 iry getting intni, ii a very common attendant. Tim proof of tb pudding Illlud, HuiDg aud Itching Tiles ytsldat onw to the arairing, but la having an opportunity to try tho w blcli act 1 nppllcut Iou of Dr. lleeauko's Tile Hemo-lyticle yourielf. McKobert Jt Stagg, tho DrtigjUU, directly upon tho parti affMted, absorbing tha Imoafri'Otrlal bottlaof Dr. IJoianUo's Cough and Tumors, allaying the Intime Itching and adieting Lutij Syrup for each and every onoxho la nMlcled ptrmautut cur. Price CO cent. AJJrvsi tho Dr. wltl Coughs', Cold, Aithma, Couauniutlsu or any Raaanko MwJklue Co., rim, Ohio. Sold ly Helton LungAtbctlon; rli A Stag. U not In chewing ths altt-- r , 11 ct Life, Leurarrhiea, besides many -- ea'tneu: springing from tbe abors, like Ileadacue, Bloat-luNervaua deP plnal Weakness, Steepleaaneai, bility, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Ac. Fur ailo by drugjlsti. Prices SI an 1 tl SO per bottle, dend to Dr. Marcblil, Uttca, 2". Y for pamphlet, free. For aale ty Penny A McAltiter, Druggist. toi g, TRtitf TONXO a aaru and spcely DR. 1IAHTKR-euro. It wires n cleur and healthy couipleal"". The otrmiKiMl ti the 11lue ot iilj. IlAitTr.it'-- i iio!f Tonic is llut frenuent attempts at oouuterfrliliiK las i only added tolhopopulir Ity or thu orlKln.il If yi.ucinitsll) desire IijiiUIi Obiuinal do not rur mit4t toTbo Dr. Itsrt.r UsJ Oo; irirar LAUIbO ad V. 8alb u Dn. Habteh's Iron Tcn:o noiirvauTmAMo OtAiSM EvRWturnfM. ojr "DREAM BOOK.' Kt.IuU, Pnllot ttranasaad osful lot jroiaUon, !- -..' Mo., for uon au Almost a Walk Over for McCreary. 8t6nford, Ky., SoptemberO, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Cor. James Bennett McCreary, The democratic nominee for Congress in the 8th district, was born July Stb, 1S38, in Msdieon countj, where lie has sjnee made ni:iLKis in- provingly, he disappeared promptly and I Vrar Jnttrtor (Cotlu uued now ImI luue.) was qiite distressed to think that his next Drugs, Books, Stationery and AVWrV.' We came back through grs fields, dot- appearance on the scene would be with a t 'j 1r- r-- vi a . . N ."WATCH Fancy Articles. .mllC ted with clustered fir trees, us lovely a an mir of hi own "breeks," which as to legs, "' J - V. sides English park. Indeed, all nne Ins to do would have barely retched my shins; and as Physicians' jicrlUotn sitmatcljr (uuipoumlrri. his home. His ancestors on both Also and took part in the where the ifiais to waistband would havu almotgoue round en thee fertile were from Virginia MURaiiir sS l . grows green as Erin, is to cut out the forest me twice. I was spared the embarrauient trials and hardships of the early settlement and artistically, leaving enough clumps for a of this, however. The dear old fellow wa of Kentucky and served it well, both in - . ..ktm itr?M pre'.ty landscape and cot enough to shade level headed. He saw at onco that it was a The out of office. Graduating with distinction Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, the springing grass; and you have a park oi eo of misfit; and so, a few moments after College at the early age of 18, he at Centre Jewelry and Silverware at once of exquisite character. The val- came staggering up stnns with a waller, immediately chose the profession of law and Prer I night to tlili market Mim ! law college of the of ground is utilized leys, where every foot than after a fall couree in the whereon delicious tea, a dainty omelet, salthe Lowes-Watches, t lockt anit Jewelry He- ties: and cultivated like a garden, looked at ad ami bread and buttr, made up a splenUniversity of Tennessee, carried off the aired on snoit iiuiice uj Wirrinted. C from the mountain top ia stiiped in nar did s ibatitute for ill fi'tuia, small clothe knnora in a clang cf 47 and delivered the i row bands and ribbons of variuus colored And all with such a volley of French to, s .lHintorv address. He returned to Rich K COUNTIES. crops-gr- een and gold-- as harvest U remote ' garnish the feast, that fortunately I had mond and opening an office, soon succeeded K At the be or near. Licli strip of an acre or two in nothing to do but look gMteful and siy in establishing a tine practice. i extent tells of a separate proprietor; for over and over again, , ginning of the war be assisted in raising a AmWrtoD 9 beiu oup, j 517 9U 1001 Switzerland is a land of small estate, as monsieur" regiment for the Confederate service anil Hojle iliterallr "Thanks, a good S ..... JSt :s itself U a miniature Slate, among its treat Uarrard wu elected maior. Afterwards he was Owiler stroke, sir;" or loosely "For thanks, take IM Jock too. ueighbors. It ia as if its own diminutive the tct in the shop, sit"), which was u l made Lt. Colonel of the 11th Kentucky Laurel an 05 PEA! Lit IN 183 542 6i2 size has set the key note of a Lilliputian ready the crisia called for. How I did cavalrv in which position he served with Lincoln IMS & 19 ltockcaitle G9 8 till the close of the war under Madison Home Shoes, proprittorhip; though doubtle-- s a swaim-to- g enj iv that meal. I was ravenous and toe Hardwire, H distinction CJrovcrfcts 19S K t"C population, wheie little must suffice for viands exquieite. Brajrsaml Morgan. After the surrender Jestauitue . 3TS ICVl lnMMwwnr., IIiirkV lVlilpsi, ?U,lT: Mercer ' HiiJffry iv. SforcM, each, if life ia to be supported, has more to lie returned to Richmond and resumed his Spencer . lMi.'htful week, now coming to a cloat' C'iiiioMIIIn. IIuriiCNs., "125 fcuelVj-- Spoke.,, do with it than any sentimental reason OnHoK, former avocations. In June loo he was Totals. This 'en day' fellowship with this lovely 27f 9 I'lilcr .IIIIIn, l.ii Cover 6:3 itfil J5ln,H' out' and lying in Swi married to Miss Katie Hughes, an accom The stonee HtoncMvure, be forgotten. And ami, can Corn Midlers, Collars, The figures given above are official, save huce heaps, where not used for fencing pur 1 plished and wealthy lady ot Fayette counth,. nUnmir.. wa recmroenl. ami the Then it ia the ma. poses, tell with what prodigious labor the I, )roU; too. The LORD gave me many 0Ifrer Chilled, Champion Steol and Brlnliy Combined Plows. WooJn ty and to them one son, Robert, now ap- where a star is'attached. n estimated. McCreary doubles Cait Pamp, and the Celobrated Mayaeld Elevator. Tin Roof- fertile soil has been rescued from barren thint that they rejoice in receiving as I in proaching manhood, was born. lie served jority real or each man s vole and more. successively as a delegate to a democratic ness and the cultivable fields made to ap iqk and Outterintr will havo nromnt ntrnntinn out ol the heavenly treasury) r r It will thus be seen that McCreary has pear, uoou .ioceieur uumur 10 uunr a giving new national convention and as a presidential NulcHmen II'. . TlrlUnn.;i. am sure 'tl,iDKl and Old." Anil hia two competitors together John ilrluht, Jr. and in 18G9 was elected without op- 4CS more than knowing plants from the "cedar of t1W(. Tmmetrical christian live, governed botanist, elector; has carried all the counties Lebanon to the hysop that grows over the position to the Legislature and for the two and that he a 0Tef K rsre as beautiful, held my four. It was indeed a succeeding terms held the office without op- in the district but wall," and lightened the weary leagues to- 0u ln ,ci, n waj,( tjmt Hie very contact for the Governor and a famous victory day by discourses on the plant, medicinal adiietl a blesing that I can not expret in position iu his own party. Ells familial ity the other gentlemen. Thompparliamentary law made him a capi- deidener to and otherwise. Dear little Henrietta, the wordf. How good df th LORD to let me with has taken second place, which will be youngest of the girls, is al?o quite an en - ' j.nol. tal presiding officer and he frequently occu eon We leave, with moil lovirnt source of much mortification to Dur thusiastic naturalist. Her taste runs after notation to return, bringing our reqet-insecpied the Speaker's chair duriog hia first a ham's friends. and such' like, of which she has t;ve Omilie with u term. He was elected speaker on entering Dear little Henri- spedsls to tbelaUrlof Journal quite a collection at home. AVe are queer etU( ; addition to gathering scores ofj hia second term and again on the third London, Sept. S. The official vote of UHUGGISTS PHJUIIIUGEDTiSni. term and so satisfactory were nil his rulings Laurel ia McCreary 003, Durham 02 ami creatures. This gentle girl, who would do mountain flowers and nreMink- - them, took . w way to spare the "group," with her "cute" portable pho- anythmgma that not a single appeal waa taken from Thompson 53, tt. M. J. "H nntso "Rlrvob-pti- n or trouble to another, and m sweetness tocrti !.i, apparatus; while ilelene is draw. them during his service. In May, IS 75, Mt. Vernon, Sept. S. Full returns from fter an exciting canvaee for the nomina- the Rockcastle precincts give McCreary of temper and lovliness of christian charac.,inK Mo-- l)!acc for me, as'we see it dally i ni3A.X,i;:itn xer personineu, nas as ner rpgniar equip - from the (arm houe window while we el JJrilKH, tion, he was cheneu the democratic standard 404, Durham 19 and Thompson IPs Wall Paper, W I ii en, Mimical bearer for Governor and after an able camClieuiluilM, JIOOKH, J. B. F. menion a narmiess mountain ramoie, a jir 0ur simple meals. Iilquor Iiihiriienientx, of eyentdt cf yUumum pssle slueg overone paign with Gen. John M. Harlan, waa King of the Alps in l'uiniN, Stationery, I chall lee the t'lKHTH. HARr.OD3iiURG,Sept. 8. The official rePocket NOUJIM, OIK 1 oliaeeoH, in a leathern cae like an opera aginative memory long after these lines are elected by a great majority to the highest turns in Mercer give Thompson 1.CS4, t utlery, I.llllipM, Iurfiinicrj-- , Fire Arms, .Miiehln office in the gift of the people of his native Durham 375, McCreary 158. For Board glaw to expediate the dying agonies of written with his at'.enJant minislets of I State. This he filled so ably, so conscien- of Equalization, Cohen 955, Thompson SO, butterflies; while a convenient bottle of (tate, in ermine robe, while the minor . uui .imriri, oiiTcnrnre ntiu uniirni iiooi! .iimmrtmnne 'u i.. Need ph. " "L ' '""K". TIio ltlili.inla. ul,m will U ,,".. - iv.tZi.:. anili uiOCbn 'V 'roniptlj'"and Iu "does the needful" for beetles and Vant ,iand around, yet at his feet, in tiously and so satisfactorily that he won the Young 0 Spencer gives Thompson 40 mav,.im "" " iiiiiir the best stjlc. tenaciously lively subjecs of a like ments of green and brown, to do his name of "Model Governor" and eminently jority and Anderson S. J. G. P. Over the other shoulder a green ding. A stately king he is, like Saul, the deserved it. His triumphant nomination After a session of 51 days at $6 a day tin, cylindrical box is suspended by its ap-- BOn 0f Kish a full "head and khouldcrs for Cong tew, after the hottest contest known for years, shows what a firm hold he and mileage, the State Board of Equaliza- propriate stiap, to receive caterpillars and above all who stand around." I saw him has upon the people who are confident that tion, composed of one member from eich other horrors of scientific pursuit. This firit from the window of the farm house, he will reflect credit upon them and him- Congressional district, has cloed its labors. gentle creature will slaughter a buttertly . where Miss Helene is taking the sketch as and bottle a harm- - a memento of ''first impressions." Ever in self at the national capital. Commanding An examination of its work, says the Lou in her deadly paste-po- t Geo. O 11a UN r in appearance, dignified in manners, capa- isville Commercial, shows that on real estate lees beetle, or destroy worm life with such j Jesus, sixty-nin- e AND custo of delight as only a born and bred ble and courteous, backed with the distinc- tbe board reduced the assessment in VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. counties and rai'ed it in forty-fivnaturalist bniws in its fullest enjoyment, having honorably filled the office tion of ! of Governor of the great State of Kentucky, There waa no change in three. The aver while yet her heart and life are thoee of llao. Eichsrd Crowley is spoken age reduction in the sixty-nin- e counties was sfieetest, loveliest wonunhood. Education of the probable Secretary of the Treasury. he will at once command respect and take a A ami complete iiMtorlnieut or Fnriillnrc, ciiiliriu-Juevprominent position with the leading law- 15 17 per cent ; the average increase in the ia a wonderlul thing, to le svre. Maon and Nichola-- i countv republi- erything from ilio CIiciipfHl lo lhe Fluent Parlor NiiIicm. forty-fivcounties was eighteen percent. A letter from tbe dear one at Highgate can Ime instructed for W. II. Wadsworth makers in the land. That he will be neeil lo go to the large eltlcN to make your pureluiHe-- no matter any republican that could be nomi-BaU- On town lots there w.v an inceise in forty-seve- n and a bundle of "proof from my publisher, 'or Centres counties; a decrease in sixty-twan I can III duplicate Charley, awaited my return to the chalet. A 6re at Cleveland, O , destroyed lum there ia not a shadow of a doubt. any price you can obtain elHeuhere, freight and n mlitcri. AIko being all good democaats go to work to make counties and no change in eight. The aver- Vernon and I ?at up upon the latter until ber factories and other property to tl e Let a full avHortment ot CoIIIiin, CaeM, Shrou.N and Kobe, einlirnc-l- K it a Waterloo for his opponent, who ever he age of increase was 14 12 per cent, and the 11 o'clock, tired as we were, to get it off by amount of ?2.500 000. all the New .SIjIch, both cheap and average of decrease was 14.0G per cent. On the next mail. Oaz good Dudley Hudson. 11 tire roouiB V. S rlollowav, county Attorney o. . may be. personalty there was an increase in thirty-thre- e host, came in to offer his congratulations Jessamine county, died of paralysis of th nppoMileNt. Awiph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. The friends of the other candidates are counties, no change in three counties on our safe return and to beg us to make j briin, a: Xicholaeyille. claiming that McCreary's victory ia due to and a decrease in eighty-on- e lt. counties. The perfectly free with anything on the place A TAYLOR'S ,ppR am Trieie were 15;l death Sturday in the liberal unloosing of his purse strings. average increase was 7 21 per cent, BOSS CU i and the that would contribute to our happiness and New York city, the msjjrity directly the Co. money, and doubtless average He may have "pent decrease was 9.71 per cent. Toe comfort. It is very kind of him. So ended result of tbe intense heat. did, but the very large majority that he re- average CHAMBERSBUItO, PA. increase on the three clashes of Nilon has signed a contract with ceived shows that be would have been chos property was 13 11 per cent, and the aver a charming day and characterise of the - Col. Five Awards at tho Louisville Esposi btrange latitude in which we find ourMpleon to ting in England and en, had he not spent a cent. I here h pur age decrease wai 13 18 According to thi selvei. tion in 1883. America for $2, 100 a nu-ht-. chasable material in the district, but no statement it would look very much like the 1 I was a little amused the next day at an Memorial services for Jiishop Plaice ir.w 2 to 2.V l.one wr He Mill, ficro i.mei ib.man is rash enough to say that it numbers !.' i lu HioilaH i ; I'orUI.I revenue' of the State have cot been increas- illustrative incident. Vernon, in course of i were held throughout Georgia Sunday Mi ' ir...u th Scrth l 3,000, the number that McCreary beat his ed sufficiently to MK. XTr mZ- sCrlta Mill Monr cv,.,irn Tpay the expenses of the cot vernation, used the exaggerative phrase, The congregations were luge. X'lii in a. ..r!d for nuklftg axil tor ut.lr i"" next highest opponent. It comes in bad board. rlle ir pfli. A4ilien It is very seldom an a'eeor values ''As you value your life, don't tell Mr. Hon. Samuel J. Kandall has been grace, too, to charge the use of money, property too high, often leaving it lotheas-sewe- d lhrnes so." It was in connection with 1). 1VIJAKE.V, for Gmgress by the democrats when each man waa equally guilty. Durhimself to say what it ia worth; yet something of trilling moment and puzzled of tin- - Third Pennsylvania district. MESEKALACiT., HAMTON, Thompson did too, all the board would have us P. ham spent money. believe that it is Tiie rpubliciis of Hie Fifth .New I our friend not a little. Miss Ilelene, to he could get, and we can prove it. So the a very common thing. A(,ot fTANronn, K Tn. in Bill SI IFrUAiea, whom the remark was made, opened her Jersey district have renominated Hon. miserable whine is as silly as it is misleadThe republican papers epeak derisively brown eyes with wonder and repeated, William Walter Phelps for CongreM. ing, or intended to be. nn,l "As you value your lift! I do not know of Gov. Cleveland as "the hani-man-" The Metropolitan baseball club leads Tub Secretary of the Treasury, Hon publIeh wIth evident fatiBfsction ,hat thejr vat you mean." (Of course our dear friends in the race for the pennant, with the CoChas. J. Folger, died suddenly at hia home j are mst Ine a bjK poInt aB,,ogl hiuii lhe ac. are all weak on their wh's and th's ) So lumbus second and the LouUvilles third. at Geneva, New York, on the 4th. He I C3tiiilsi ptinted at the time of the execution Vernon had to explain himself laboiiously W Prewitt and L. A. Wood are the waa born in isio anu aunng nig ousy uie of two murderers, which duty the office of in bad French and good Eoglieh, before elecors for the State at large on the Butler held many offices of honor and trust, all sheriff made encumbent upon him. The they could at all understand that there are ticket and W. P. Hardin for this district. He was at publications show that he performed the many exaggerative phrases in the Eoglieb, ways with credit to himself. W. C. 0ens, of Scott one time Chief Justice of New York and disagreeable task promptly and expeditiousof which this was one. They eeemed to county, Ky., has been retained by the deduring hia term rendered a decision for ly and instead of injuring him in the eyes think that the French was not ho liable to fendant in the Blaine libel suit at Indiana-- . A Larue Stock ofthe following which every deceived woman will rise up of honest people, it will be a feather in bis the charge, until a few moments after, olis. The Monticello and Btirnslde Turnand call him bloaseu. it was tnat a man cap, greater far than the plumed we heard Mis Henrietta "sing out" lo her and wouaii who had publicly sustained the knight can ever werr. Of course the re- papa, as we gathered at the dinner table pike from its pretest point of competition relation of husband and wife, should be publicans do not take kindly to a hangman without him: "Come to dinner, Papa tout to Tuttle's hill has been let to Chilton of recognized as such in the eyes of the law, for so many of them deserve the gibbet, and la moiilc ctt fa" (all of the world is here;, Somerset, for 33,73'J and is to be completed Baker Grain Drills, Buckeve Grain Drills, notwithstanding no marriage ceremony the publications are probably made to so- which after a little laugh, we pronounced by December next. McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, Tbe petition fjr a rehearing in the had been performed. Mr. Folger will be lidify the ranke of the party by scaring the as rather of the exaggerative order. I supKalamaz Harrows especially remembered now as the republi- rascals into the belief that if Cleveland is pose "the pot calling the kettle bhek" is an John Bush cai-- has been refused by the Champion Sulky Plows. Champion Steel Beim Plows, Cider Mill!, Case Mills, Oano Mills, Evaporators, Teed Coirt of Appeals. Bush killed Miss can whom Cleveland beat for Governor of elected they will get their deierts on the Cutters, apothegm founded on a close obtervation of New York by nearly 193,000 majority. in Fayette and has been sentenced to BuRglos, Carriages, Surroys, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, gallows. That is about all the good the re- the wavs of the world. The widow Bedott &o. hang by four courts. The Mountain Echo asserts that as eoon productions cm accomplish. struck the nail on the head wheu she reThe wife of Charles Howard got a A few aioliiicnml FurM anil Itradley Snlkj' Plows at I.csmiian a wisdom selas n democratic candidate is defeated the Cowl to eluHu out. The election in Maine occurred yester marked to the deicon, with poor creatures." judgment for ;5,000 in the Marion Circuit newspapers of his party begin to tell how day, when a dom exceeded: "We are all governor, four Congressmen, a Court against tbe L. & X. R. R. for killing mean a man he is and bow well it was Legislature Another tramp we took, in another diand county officers were chosen. her husband, but the Court of Appeals re that ho was defeated, instancing our article A proposed prohibition amendment to rection, that was varied by having to walk the versed the decision. drenching rain for the last five on the defeat of Judge Riddell. This la constitution of the State was also voted for, back in a Plentiful rains fell at Galveston, Texas, straining hard to mnke a point for if .the miles. But we all enjoyed it a if we had For governor ths republicans, democrats, -fThursday for the first lime in twelve weeks, tt-i-- mt k-r and if Satan thought to editor haa read this paper as carefully and tho greenbackere, straight greenbackersand been young ducks; allaying the fears of a water famine. In JETV-iCT- A stvbnsK as underetandiDgly as he should, he would prohibitionists each had dampen our pleasure b7 this ducking, he candidates. In sections of the city water had been remember that we on several occasions rewaa mistaken. We trusted the LORD and time LOUISVILLE, 1880 a fusion between the democrats and next morning were as an article of commerce for two weeks put. gretted the nomination of Iliddell and the caught no cold: acd greenbacLera wrested the State from Cjl. Morrison, author of the defeated Opens August 16th. Closes October 1884. meanu of procuring it, The JScAo is evilivelv as if no dronof rain ha.l fillen on the republicans by 00 majority, but in in the Tariff bill, has been of mare's nests. IB ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. dently in search us. .My mirsciaoie uoois ete me juj re18b2 a republican governor was elected by Eighteenth Illinois district for Congress. r minder of tbe "unpleasantness." Tar. programme for this week at the a majority of 7,238 Three hundred Two years ago the republican Legislature Corvo, when we got home, insisted Southern Exposition embraces a Bhooting speakers have been scourinc the Slale for attempted to throw him out of Congresi by By Cappa's and Gllmore's, the most famous bands of the upon our taking tea with him, inetead of , world. tournameut-- which lasts till Thursday, and j a month and the republican claim a ma- gerrymandering his district. But his vicgoing down to the Dufours' farm nouse and Largest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. concert and fete to be jority of 10,000. grand Baden-Bad- en tory over such odds was so complete that we gladly availed ourselves of his kind LOWEST RAILWAY KATES LVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. In the shoot Indiana, Ken-- , : : ; ... no one, as jet, seems willing to run against ,,,I0 Vernon, having a completo change, fucky, Ohio and Tennessee will ha repre- .A-IRhim this year. S T ""ntlD8- - put in an appearance at the tea table alone, Tex," '" V'1" of ? nented and interesting and exciting matches for not join-in- g "ZSZ2Z CKSSCrCff PICTTCTC SST Don't Give Up Yet. where he made my apologies '" are nseured. It would be a capital week to j cnectea j en workt 01 Kentucky'! crest ieuIFtr, Jcel Karl, the belt pe,lle caturday, gives It doein't follow thai a patient will die lecame an unbroken them, on the plea of a limited wardcollection visit tbe great show. , .. . line extending from Newport News on the robe. At this, Monsieur C. sprang up at tbeiloctori bare "given hlui up," or that Le will One hund rti counties In Kentucky will mile f.MV.ii . ., . ,i,..r '" S'rmonttrale tbi I State's tremendous capacities and fuiu,. ..V.'.'." recover Jut became tliey rrouilie to "pull Mm biggest joke of this presidential Atlantio to San Francisco on the Pacific once from the table, rushed to bis own Bup-pl- y through. " pride and Tub """"" Y TRIUMPHANT. It It never too Ute to try the greit snatched his Sunday coat Tlrtuu of Parker's Tonic. Mr. Michael (Jullfojle, year is Mrs, Belva A, Lockwood's letter ac- ocean, a distance of 1,071 miles. The total of clothing, AN IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITION m cepting tho nomination of the Woman's number of miles of road owned or controll- and forthwith appeared at my chamber of Blnghamlon, K. V., was cured of lUieuraatiim 'sr nE? Ji ' !M.?r?.r.Al ww. w6h m the tret lhat have raadr wmPrw National Equal Rights party for the Presi- ed by Mr. Huntington is 8,037 and he is door, with the garment outspread and offers hj It after tea jeara of umpeaVable lUtTtrlng. Mr. v:;fSiWl in extent tno Koyal Stock if "u""1 ""' urj It. V. Mother, druggist, ol same illy, certifies that .t crandest, eomnleteit. and moit tothe.viiitor the .. ?.1t. An London, and preten, dency. She enumerates many things that dally increasing the figures. He is one of of assistance in the most voluble French. he has told orer a thousand bottles of I'arltcr'i neued, and a sight "u.uu iue w orm cas ever wn that can not be duplicated in the world jhe will do "if" he io elected but that "F" the richest as well as the inot enterprising What with my feeble acquaintance with Tonic through Its reputation fur this and other BENNETT H. V0UN0, Prwllllnt. I. H. WnlOBri Omcr.1 H.n.oer. men lhat this country ha produced. long crooked letter, the licgusge and his hospitable desire to cuius. J a -- The: primary Saturday resulted in the triumphant election ef Gov. James B. McCreary to be the democratic candidate for y Congress in thN district by fully 2,500 Judge Durham and Thompson over An extra printed by the Ilarrodsburg Don ociat claims that Thompson received about 1,700 votes in that county and his opponents about 000, making 2,300 votes, when Thompeon only got 1,307 votes in the county in 1S82. when opposed by Eirell; aijd Knott but 1,045. Either the people of that countv have all turned democrats or there waa fraud of the worse kind. Recollect that in the last Congressional race the total vote of the county was but 2,100 for both candidates and the fraud is apparent. Following is a list of the vote by counma-jorit- SWITZERLAND. AS SEEN BY GEO. O.BARNES xkiht3 Pre dl Joux, rrri 15 Lonn" 18S4. (on the Jura) Canton Vand, Switzerland, July lflih, see sic covered with his coat, he did not unfor some time that the difficult did not lay in the direction of a cost at all Thi 1 caused him to understand at list, by ceiug my hopele attempt to speak intelligibly and holding up my dressing gonu im)'oingly. He then took in thesituation. It was Irowser I wanted. Nodding ap- der: md TATI& PENNY PHARMACISTS, Ci:jN'" y)Jirr:r "': ' P) hill-side- JEWELERS. . SiSK. JmtljMj r epsss -- m-v. sV &is.;ri.r. n-T "M-rsI- W. H. K.GGINS, Saddle, - ,,,. ner X ' ' tm ;m'roberts&stagg m Qnfl. .......v. g i'- Stanford, Ky., ..;., gat-oth- er llh 1 Bs 39Ld UNDERTAKER, WEEEIi. in , e. lull Iealei elect-ed'O- e ver .o o rhatquaiilHyornialltyjouiiiil, T i epenire. ! jii rv Taylor Manufacturing l j lrt tt. t;i:t. i . j i CrKO.D. WF.AREN, COMMISSION MEKCANT MAXUMCTCBERS' AGENT. i i Van-Met- T" SOTJTHERIT zr Tin e X A.JJLSl 25th, Mon-sieu- TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY I X" IT ', Tf,. r. f a Ti ,'"l CCiTtT-AirTZXTC- BTJILDHTQ-jIory-KENTU- CKY AtlrEICA. SV."'. "!?. 7y nMfwvrwfWfrcmp uw m iw ml' i lumm 3. Monday morning to superintend the count ing of the vote last Saturday, it was notic ed that he wa3 "not riding a high horse." Little Frank Masonheimer wag the lucky boy who drew a ticket from n plug of tobacco Monday which entitled him to a Waterbury watch from Finzer Bros., of Louisville, the wholesale house which sold the tobacco. Kev. W. F. Taylor preached hia farewell sermon to the congregation of the Walnut Mreet M. E church, South, Sunday night. Mr. Taylor, during hia residence in Danville, has won the love and respect ,of all who have mado his acquaintance, whether they be religious people or not. He hag preached his Master's cause alone, the religion of peace and good will to man, avoiding connection with the demagogical, fanatical movement which annoy and die guetcontervative people everywhere. Mrs. Alice Bradley, wife of Mr. T. A. Bradley, died Sunday morning of puerperal fever leaving an infint Iera than a week old. Mrs. Bradley wsn n daughter of the late Anderson Kice, in hia time a prominent citizn of Poylc county. Mrs, Martha A. May, widow of the late Charles II. May, died at the residence of her aon-ilaw, L. W. Lindley, of this place, Weces day night of heart disease. The interment took place Friday at Bethel church in Mercer county, whero her husband ia also buried. An infant child of Mr. A. C. Downes, of Chattanooga, was brought hre and buried Saturday. Tne P.mville people who have been in Europe have all returned Mr. C. C. Young, Mra. R. P. Jacobs, Miss S. L. Young and Mits Sue Cheek reaching home Friday evening. They visited neirly every place of interest in Europe, Egypt and and after leiving Bethlehem rode 200 mile to Damascus on horaeback. They siwth'ruiDH of Balbec and went from there to Beyrout, thence vit Alexandria back to Europe, landing at Genoa. From Itally they went to Switzerland, thence up the Rhine to Strasbourg; from there to Paris and from there to Brussells, thence to Antwerp and Rotterdam and then to Eng jsnd Here Mr. Kodes left the party nd visited Sweeden and Norway to see the n Pal-isti- cmi-8Slcfklij ntfneronnml September 9, 1884 fur Hi'lTCine'. wheal, Ac, at W. II. Invitation offer their MARRIAGES, Bright Stanford, Ky., l,& N. LOCAL .. f 1 76 jior A Ci'Rran bundrtd. ft rbur at Marietta, daughtet of re- TIME CARD. 12 44 1 lot of Zelfjler ceived nt S 11 Shanks'. valv ItrtM'.Sboejuet Mill train toliU Nnrth twuth Kirmilraln1' fouth " Morli ' on .tlmut 30 inliiul AMlar . tlmel Cal. W.ttif, the Livinfton murderer r. u. t4 r. M. mentioned in oar ha mule his etenpe, 10 a.m. 1 H ... u. don't foreet ooal I cah or due time, (julir tbu firet of every month Bright A Crtr-ti- lt, Pleae LOCAL NOTICES. aninali enny. Hrv ;our solioul books from Title & (lio. JI. their cholre. A Co, have received Come quick for now full clothing. IliiUOK to the marriano of Miph (.ioo W. Ingram, of Monlicello, to W. J. Goodwin, 0.1 the have been received. Wjuli: at the circus Saturday the heart of Edmond Hubbard and Mia Silvania Iirackett, lijthtljr turned to thoughts, of love and Edmond taking fortune at it Hood proposed. Salvania accepted, the clerk issued tbo necessary document and Pardon S. S. McHobertu completed the huai neri by uniting them for life. The cere mony took place at lit houe, to which the yoiinK people had gone to invoke hi cervices. RELIGIOUS, BR I6HT -- & -- CUPtRAN. WHOLESALE AND HETAIL- - IIkaihiitahtbhs Huberts i'.S talc's. for school books at Mo AND Nnwskade of ready mixed point for BUrini: IraJe at MoKoberls A Hii:k'- WiTt'iim and Jewelry rehired on short no'ire and warranted br Titr fc Penny tork nf JMteirjr, li'ct A complete strle Hrckfcrd watches specialty. Tal A Penny Flour. I will deliver Rood flour to partie in Stanford at i" per hundred. J. B. p!nr i T Gov. Cleveland baa a iter who a miaionary in the Itland of Ceylon. Conre'-nn- n have Kev. J. M. Uruce will preach at Hall. felt better bad he ttkfn onr advice and not eougbt viiiiilcttioii at the hand of the pee Gap church Saturday afternoon next at 3 o'clock. pl(T Kt. Ilev. Bi'hop Dudley will preach at !. PERSONAL, Jt)T received a fall line of queenare the Melhodfat church here next Friday 11 verT cheap. night at the utial hour. Mi" HnLi.i: Kjot went to Iinlrvtlle and i:lafiare which we will Cull and examice our stock. S. S. Mycra Eld C K. MitreliJ.il will commence a yesterday. A Co. protracted meeting at Ituh Branch this Miw T.J. lOLEY in vlslllrij relntivir Death Mn. John Heed died in the morning to continue over Sunday. Preachin Washington county. Mis DaihY IluiiNHtir; Ins pone to via-i- t IUIIh Qap neiehborhood Sumlay of tumor, ing at 10 A. M., and 7 i M. dally. :tfi. She leaver- four little children to Kev. J. A. Bogle filled the pulpit of relative in Lanrttr. "BrUn, nt Ciah euilr her lo. the Biptit church at Diuville Sunday, Mb. W. M. bere ytfterdav. the abrence of Kev. P. T. Hale who ia OreHnnl, iTubutj-i.titel.lodge J. M. Philip Mum. CJ Hal ley ami Mrs Kureilas lo mv that be wa not a candidate for "ll" engage" in me meeting ainuatonvilie. The Baptists are making wonderful Held bare returned frnm Ioulsvltle County Judge and that tbo vote he got MwH. Ki.kanam Ilruit, of IV body, were uriH)Hcited by liim. progre in Sweden. A generation ago there were no Baptist in Sweden at all. Knas, la visiting Mr K E Harrow The Iv. C. make a round trip rate in Now they have 10 aanociationa, 371 church-e- i Mu. J C. MiCianY, of niHiri, clnding adrai'ion to the Cincinnati Expoami 29,277 membera. I.iet year 3 023 Is vMtlnc hlf father's family. Mil F. M Taylok biar turned from sition al $1 26, ticket good for live day, were luptNed and 10 new churches were n.e ronml trip rati- - to Lexington during organized. a viaii i her relative in l'mnMlvuiii. the tht aeek i $'J 10. From the minute of the South Ken M:- - I'r. C A. Cx his Knnn to viit tucky Association, furnished by M. AV. CswpbelNvllU lirr ia'r, Mr Hralv a' n Varnon 1'ARTERr.Y Court.-Jud- ge Mr. Wilwam IJfRTOX suns to Kan-Mhi firt oourt Teterday with 01 carca Jone, clerk, we gather that it embrace 17 to iIt ie vI4t kU dh Vt. A O Hi r ton confronting biui on tbp docket, thougn churchea with 1,111 member.', of which SO atArwlnTer He were added by baptira Iat year. In the none of thrm of grtat importance. total membership lat year there were onl v Ajixic Khixk arrived from IVa will pro! ably be in eeion three dayi. Miw lSdeMh Friday n a visit to the badv, TilK council ha dtcided to issue ten The Kentucky Conference which meet ftmllT of Mr eo T. Meltabert. and over which Mk. Jons T. Oaso, f DilUe. Texas, S100 bond of the city of Stanford, for at Mt. Sterling and they Dr. A. W. Whoa will prealde, i composed week. ill to treet impniTerneot purjoee who pined hi wlf hr l will bt oM at auction next Saturday. oi iui miniier ilb her to HnirUtn on n TiaitMyiaj. reiireentinB a manv Hrisht They have heretofore commanded a premi-- l pastorates and forty Isymen. It represents mi,i;..i,, ., ,, ,..:,.i Mwaru E I' A, 23.050 chtirch The conference ami J. II Owrn- - wn't to ii,J"ttoiiion uru and no doubt will thi time. cou,d ,ee , re'ad ,,,,., met in Mt. Sterling also Sept., 10th, 1M4, L. to lake i band in the 12, mHlli).hlthere. iIe returned to Eng PnrMiiEr Mark Jarman advertise hi just 6fty years ago. The the membership i .n .t. annual fair to beheld on the Stanford and ; 0f ,he cnurch '" the State is there joined the balance of the party, all of whom Mr. W 1. Tatb, bo ha been Hti'tourllle pike, --'! mile from the latter taken the for (everal week, b place, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, oeing tnree other conference in the State sailed from that port, making tbe journey ail rire of hi pbrtdin and given up busl-into New York in less than 9 days. September 2Mb, 2fltl, and 27tb. The prei-len- t LAND, STOCK AND CROP. far Ike prrseiit. Mr. Francis M. Wilson, of Platte never fail io mka hi fair a success. VANnRYBEK, Lift e October wheat sold in Chicago Satur- county, Mo , and Mr. Hugh Craft, of M ! LA HUX.1 b A WMHrR of prtcinct voted for Mem-b- r day at 78 j and corn at52J. aod Itkoda PoMmin left for Islington, the City. Miss , have returned to resume Eighteen tf ltyrd of Eq'itlizition, but aa there steers for sale. their studies at Centre Cillege. Miss Ettie firmr to visit Mend, Ike latter to entT wa r.o order for such action and a the Ooed feeder. H. M. Ballou, Stanford. Hamilton Cteee M. Yenger, daughter of Mr. L P. Yeager, The Georgia cotton crop has been dam- has returned from Monticsllo, Mo., where Ml Liiik JlRi'LiY, dAnbler f voting na not geneii.1 a special arrange-wen- t for Hetting a candidate for that offiee aged 25 per cent, by the recent excee'ive E H ne'iley, left veierdr with bw unrle she has been with relativei for nearly five and aunt, Mr. ami Mr Waller Cbenarilt, will have to b fixed bv tie district com- - rains. years. Mr. George S.Sandifer is able to The Lexington racea began Saturday iflittee. to attend echrvl In Fort Scott, Kurm. be on the streets after an illness of nine and the Louisville races will begin next Mr- - I'hil Snr.K ba more, to (. weeeks with typhoid fever. Mr. Albert AfoRT. Marslnl Hughe, of Somerset, Monday. prioci-l- l wko rille. to l with nr h atirsled and delivered to the jailer here Hann, also sick fot a week past is conva A. C. Dunn bought of sundry Madithe Sandfly morning, John Waddle, the man lar ofl i in tbat rliy. I'kil lescing. On account of the ill health of son partie for Roach A Johnson a and an! i on of n.e who rectntly killed Champ Murphy at Mrs. Fisher, Col. Jas. A. Fi'her has conof mulei at $140. on ibo h & N. cririnrer KiuK Mountain with a beer bottle. Since cluded to abandon hourekceping for the MrR Horr Lyti, l 0. Xt-vi- tk killiog Waddle ha been a fugitive 1 J. M. Hail sold to David Thompson preent and has rented hi handsome resipiir oxen for $167.50 and six oalvei to J. T C'Mlf ard rhaf othr, will frtw it.c- a Iway to Gen. W. dence on Fourth ind ! W.A.Hiil for 5115. HuetonTille iertooil j;.i Milk the C. Whittehorne, of Tenn. The The C"t c ion of a train hajlinc Dor 1 have for sale 5 Iarce work mulei: 3 Kaneas to day. Wt bear tkat c mlitioo general will not be here much during the . yoj;e U eUcu jutoptd the track at GIl.-ov Milk nice h( work cat. ba pat down th tvinft trip i W rr.e. winter as his business engagements will N. Sunday tie; 1 lent almost new. Sec to lb clfioe JunciiuM, Ky., on the L Oivrn, Hue SrRAKUu of ki etectioa keep htm moet of the lirao in Tennessee torivilln. Kv. " Aay. j f County Jtitii. the UoieTiUctti ? "!" Georgia, but Mr. Whitteborno will be were bad MM and eight Seed Wiicat. A limited quantity and mw, no lRlhatPOHn.yllHlrrltli here as he desire to b? near her children aPed from their of pure Northern tultz and Russian Am!. tive ui.de than J Wtier choice culd bv attending school. Mrs. Granville BJ00S tMB' l'T ber Uong berry.1 Parties in want of pure who are .LI- - 1 aaod UvrTW. ImI. ' T.UI. Cecil, who has been spending the summer totter than all, a real, thoroatkbrl Ken John H. DoRfj' ihow gve the mot en''e,-M- , 'hould leave their order at once, at various watering places in the North, retlKky genttewnn tire Mlifctiou here to itj large tent full Geo. I). Wearen. Ant Her friends are pleased K. II Crow has a "Nobby" with Rue turned Saturday. of Pculor. The circjs epclally wai to know that her health ha been greatly LOCAL MATTERS. of fakers and ft Miner that with about two weeks hand- improved. Mr. Patrick McCormack, hereunutlally fine. The o very marked and we ling (rotted tbe first half mile in 1:20 and tofore clerk for Richard Foley, has succeedwheat at Bright A Curran . olher windier wt Sif b with a bad break He the ot dtlrable heard of noae of who tricks circuCHresorted trotted his quartercame home in 2:40a 2:32 ed Wm F. Lambert is clerk at Oilcher's For Krjrr Uoe of tb in 33 second, follow to bv th horde Mi-- a Florence Hudson, of Garrard W P. Walter.. tor loom in gate. Mr Minor thinks he i a wonderful hotel county, left the residence of her uncle, Mr. Dratii Little Bessie Walton, daughter horse aud destined to be a srond Jav-EyHr-vRC. Hrihht has purehast-- d of E T W. J Bohon, of this place, Monday, to reaod lot oh uirkT of Mr rd Mr. W. L Linney, formerly of see. P. ()ley hi turn to college. died last weee. The pflrente Ibis place, The tobacco crop in thi eeclion is lookMain stre-- for S2 00. hue our sincere sympathy in ibeir ante-tmr- ing well, notwithstanding the long droutb, Toe Cholera h raging in Italy. Sat. the a chftp Co!., lumber and Little llwie was lorn during Mr Mr F. K. Tribblo has a very fine crop and urday there were 2i'3 new cases Hnd 158 bnirl.er for cali or exchange far i'.b thi office and will compete lor the premium at the expoLinney ' eonniciion deaths. Call on William ft Rimey r ttifl. was named in honor of the editor's wife. sition. He left n couple of leaves with us The headless body of Dr. Black, the Piter KotiEiif did not opsin school of Appeal Ins decided in Saturday that meaured 3S inches in length surgeon of the sunken Tallapoosa, has been TiiB Court bis father still bdng too sick for the Let some man found ibating in the Muskeget channel) of the Commonwealth vs. Arnold, and 17 inches in width. him Io leave hitu. Dun notice of the opin- from Gairard county, that where one Is beat this if he can, The bodies ol tbe Breckenridge famL. J. Roe has sold his estate, proba ily, thirteen in number, have been remov ing will be glvn. in oonvicted of manslaughter under an immm aaaaM bly the finest in California for $750,000 .The ed from Cabel Dale to thi Ltxington cem- 1 AM receivinr dailr a splemlid sor'- - "went of murder, and secures a rever-s- l plantation is known hs Sunny Slope, near etery. ment of fH H'littnr f which I invite the of the judgment, upon the return of the and it contains more than 2,000 The emigrant bip Lashingham, from attention A lbo-- e neelink' them. H. C. cac for a new trial he may be aeain tried Pasadena, was wrecked. acres of well watered land. The ornngo London to New for murder. Ruplev, Merchant Tailor. crop was sold on the'trees by Mr. Rose this Of 250 people on bnnrd all save 14 were Wr bare received our rlrt shipment of A uentlemak signing himself James S, year for $10,000, and the vintage last year drowned. kid and goat Fih sends u 11 pages of manuscript to deIa lie', misse' and children' from 1,000 acres of vines was 1,S00 tons of "Rough on Ratk" cieari out Rati ami Mice. 15e, shots. Come and see theta at our new ny the allegation and defy the alligator in grapes. "ttoufh on Corn" for C'arus anl Hutlona. lfc. store. Geo. 11. Bruce A Co. his statement that the Crab Orchard and Thlu r0I''r- "Wells' Health Renewcr" reitortf T. t'uisenberry, Jr , of Clark counJ. is very much out ty, agent for a Baltimore exporting firm, health ami vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. (1. For. Hie lat week the veatber has len Chappell's Gap turnpike "Roush on Tco'.bache" stvea Instant relief. '15c. have been has bought in this county over 20,000 gate more opprelve'y hot than at any time of repair and that the Jjtdld whowouM retain freibneis and vivacity, He rays ho has the con1 bushels of wheat at an average of 73 cents don't fall to try "Well' Health Reuowsr." thin season and the wort of it i tuat the thrown open. "Buchu-raita,- " Kreat VIdney and urinary cure. ra tract to keep it in proper repair and that per bushel. The bulk of the wheat raised cool nlghls usual Io the time of yar rats, mice cleared Files, romhes, ants, so tie lurnisnes tne statement, ,n ,h-- ? CQUnt ,h;g year g beiDB lacking. Th- thermometer muet have Le en he Uts done hM m out by "Rough on Rati." ISc. of many parlies to corroborate. We have beUer pricw; blU the pr01.)fCt for an 100 ywterday In the shade. Roj-.- ii on Cuughi," troches, lsci Wiuia, sac. "m not the space for the lengthy document in 1'or children, .low In development, puny and f anylbing but I)r3mising.-R- ich A hrand reunion of Feder.il ex o!dieis full, as it is not of sufficient general inter mond Kegi8(eri dslloate, use "Wells' Health Rcnewcr." will W held at London, on the 25tb, at wt. Rough en Dentin" Tooth Powder. Try it. 16c. Col. C. E Bowman, Agricultural . Nervous aVeaVneu, Pyspepila, Sexual Debility K M. Kelley, of Louisville, which Col. The 1'niMA.itY. Contrary to the expec- Agent for Kentucky reports: Corn, aver- cured by "Wll' Health Renawer." ?1. will be chief officer. The L. & N. will tation of everybody, the primary here Sat- age condition, fc2J; wheat condition when Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for fjverUhnass, sell round trip lickots to those attending at urday was attended with no disturbance harvested, 103; r,e, condition when har- worms, coutlp.ation; uncles. 23c. four cents per mile for the round trip, BtlDglnf, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary whatever, a most remarkable fact consider- vested, 07; oats, condition when harvested, complaint- - cured by "Uuchu-palba.- " 1. fare. equal to s ing the amount of free whisky afloat and 102; barley, condition when harvested, 103; Night sweats, lever, chills, malaria, dysperela, po- - cured by "Weils' Health Renewer." Willis IlAnNBTT for being diunk and the demoralisation incident to the circus, potatoes (Irish), average condition, MyhJiUnd iwrltesa lady) Is three llmea the disorderly at the circus was arrested by which exhibited here that day. Durham's tataes tsweeO, average condition, 'JO; tob.ac man lnc twins "Wells' Health Renewer." fl. yesterday and taken b marshal Newland i, friends claimed this county with confidence, co, average condition, f5; sorghum, average If you are falllDp, broken, worn out and ntr-tofore Judge Carson, who held him In $100 but they were doomed to disappointment, condition, F0; apples, average condition, GO; use "Wells' Health Rcnewcr." 11. He for the "Model Governor" came in ahead, grapes, average condition, CSj hogs, bond to appear for trial Rrevt'.euce of Kidney csmplalnt In Amerlcij a quick, complete cure. SI. " refused at first Io be arrested by John, but 88 over Durham and 409 over1 pared with 1E&3 for fattening, by he tnesnt busines. he pitiful num-- j age, 92; hogs, stock compared to 18S3 as when be mw that who only got the NEW lIiVF.nTlSKMK.tTS. went quietly into the presence of the ber of 233 The vote by precincts stands: to weight and size, by percentage, 91. a ia i m Kirrl. Woplds't the little JOBBERSQF FLOUR AND MEAL WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY - i.m - ;gt ad WAGONS, BUGGIES XNT ARRIArrE, Kr", rr be-ca- e And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- Kra ALSO THE- - j IHosf Complete Xaine Hard- I .,,,?. ,-- ware and Queens-war- e -- nbeo'ln-tournamen- t. yt-ler- ,.., ,: r !,.. k,h.j 102,-MO- IN THE CITY.- - a Mc-Com- Wo Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country? And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Patronage. nbtl Iui. ii BRIGHT & CUBRAN. r"i ri pl car-loa- B-o- 11 S) ill GROCER, skim i V.. bn T1 , -- i- "' I.ih ",- anl SSomesset Mis ) ab-enc- to-r- n. ALWAYS OS 1I.4XD FCL,Ii .STOCK OF hut at .. cbp)t p't Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin--- , Glass- - and Qneens- ware, Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- cn i VERY- LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- o - goods sold on long time. - USE - Customers, No t.ed-bug- s, - eiy e ' m&SfflBl sat-eo- t Mmle from the besl Minnesota Wheut. For snle only by Fiira T. R. 1V.tLTO. -TRY - 9-- HT jbuSi Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST ROASTED RIO, G-ooc- l ng percent-Thompso- n, "Buchu-palba- cijs ' Arbxicliles. T. R. Wv.TON. Judge- - z being worsted in -- For sulo only by A iter t controversy o f own choosing the Hustonville hi spends two weeks of tltepleia nights worrying his allegn'. mind in order to work off something smart on us, and being unable to do so, grows suddenly virtuous and exolaim that he cin't lundy billingsgate. Oh, dear doctor, y6u are such a nice man. It is a pity the foot is not more gererally known. r DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. a 9) PRECINCTS. n p Ptauterd Walnut Flat.. Crab Orchard. Highland WnvNttbau:.. 'Iiirnersville HnaUnvHle Telal MiCreary'splararlty, JI5 1 238 12 W) 75 11 Ml i 3 54 133 117 - 3 20 e H. Ii IS TK T5T The vote ol Koyle county Saturday ia Durham 1,004; Thompson 217; McCreary 93. Your correspondent is indebted to Mr. Boyle O. Bodes for a handsome paper knife of unique design, brought by him from Lucerne, Switzerland. When Mr. W. J. Lyle, chairman of the democratic ooucty ommittee, came in town as follows: City Bonds For Sale. i7i SATURDAY, SEP. 13, '84, I will Court-Ho- TATE COLLEGEof KENTUCKY :.l. Agricultural and Mochanlcal, Scientific, Engineering, Classical, Normal school ana uornmercidi uumso ui oiuuj. RECEIVED FREE OF TUITION..-- -C- OUNTY APPOINTEES Flfteon Profoscors and Instructors. itll to City of Stanford, One Hundred Dollars each, 8 caih, tie lilgtMt Milder, for Bouda at the of the door In Manford.Tcn City tJcrJr. bear-l- a per cent, lntfiftt, rnyaUe 2si.2t ..:ui ttmUeiNHepl. lotli, "r Cnllilomio and iXher Irform.tion XHH.. K. X'A.vrKKi.VZ'i IH, W., E.exltrCtuu, Kcutuclty. JAMES What Heal Hunger Is. Josh 3 illings. riiomsio.ui, A BmIhh rdvt'iaa A Si Very few pernors iu this land of plenty The famed writer of the Yankee proverbs M. IlUBDKir. J. W. DIBWIC, U cow abiut fixty iu years and ehow it. know what real hunger is. They imagine Bill BUUDBTT & BROWN, September 0, 18S Ills hiir, which is as long and unkept ai a slight cravirm for Kjineilung to eat, or a Stanford, Ky., Of Kentucky t'lihcMltr, T.raltigt.n, Ky. C7er, is iron gray and his stilf, drocpicg little gnawing sensation in the stomach, to lBt-lMT. VEUNON, KY. . " Tlftt SAIkkUx. .k mustache is fast changing to the color of be hunger. A soldier who spent the winDirk. run. l Wiffct AttffcMTilftl Tit)! its ltlni T..L. ... u. eld sge A he crows older, he eeems (o ter in 1833-0- 1 on Stringer Ridge, opposite Urllti ftflmlfr. tl. TlnaKtl..,i.i.. r... ' . Brief Comicalities. ANDERSON, AIiKX. riw mt t,tr frm m Time may obliterate the hovels sod make become more and more supremely regard-I- s Lockout mountain, says lie was hungry for ATXOBN13Y A.T X.A.AV, r.n LiiiiMni I Jt to Oti.t.rihprM il Hut., rria I iiruriionM rrrl1.f1l1f M .7 IH.IS) ...I t DANVILLE, KY., THE GREAT ..".""'". lutjl.r if i H I iu 'l iV" ""t" "r of person, surroundings or opinions. three months; not a moment of which time them Mansion; It may nho make cliris p in mr iiivsi i Will practice Id the Courti of Hovle and adlolnlnt n h f T""" iikk.1.... ..i . i... ..;.. .."rv"""' As he greets one with a machine-lik- e tiiOB iunerii and poor nin millionaire'; "How he was not anxious for something to cat. counties and la tho Court of Appeal. r:,J " " n..i-i:-.:- i: i .! Hn..lufrwt4tM Wltlltlt II. (.11 IT II. I .,,','., I, j but it can never take away the man by the do ye do," or au inanimate "Gond lay," the They had three small crackers a day, what J. a Fiau, grocery atore, who hai jmt been reminded impression is conveyed that be has arrived corn they coud steal fiom the starving . A.t JUuw, And Mailer Commissioner Rockcastle Circuit Couri of an adventure he had during the war and at the state of life end prosperity where he mules and a few ripe persimmons. A. MT. VEKNON, KY. One day word was brought to camp that III practlco la the Uockcastlo Cotirti. Collecwhich he would like tc relate to the crod. deems fate powerles to work any alterations a specialty. OtSce la 1M n "Can dog find their way home from a tions for worse. Billings is essentially a a mule had mired in the mud on tho THE INTERIOR JOURNAL It'a f c at a to himelf, tactiturn and unobtrusive mountain road, and had been killed. Ion distance?" auks an exchange IEB F. HUFFMAN. And tli LoxlsTi'ie cording to the dog. If it'n one you want to everwtvhete He is not as popular as for He and a number of others started in search Hl'ANKOnD, KY. Offlce South ild Main Btrwt, two doors abort find hid way back from merly, hie only work now being that which of the carcass, with, visions of mule-steaet rid of, ho cau Courier-Journ- al th. Mrera Hots!; before their eyes. On their arrival Pure Nitrous Uxld Qi sdtnlnlitersd when re- California. If it' a good one, he's cpt to appears in the New York WteUyt For w A ' 1 X X X One year far only 83-t- w) qnlrod. pitx-- i f,.r !!!: this service he receives, perhaps, $3,000 a they found fully two hundred men there get lost il he goes around the corner. more tban the ri.eitoc- joiHCjiajigeand with Speed Unrlvafed Why was Noah the best broker of olden year. His royalty from the circulation of who had come on the same errand. Of the DR. W. B. PENNY, Uy piylni uiS.jrou wilt SHORTEST f .r oae year AND Don tint. timea? He could float more atock than any "Proverbs," his almanacs and other works, mule there were only the buofs left. Two QUICKEST ROUTE your home witu tu r , ,r, .i,maj , tits 8TANFOUD, KENTCCKY. If.ET TUB other man and had the entire stock nurket swell his yearly income to about $5,000. members of the "Hundred and butch" rrprrra.Atlreuewtpirror tnsriutb, deiui d Office nrer Ilobt.S. Omco hour fur a tarltt for ini!einiy, ,n I Mi t, He is now a willing, but not an attractive (One Hundred and Eighth Ohio regiment from 8 to 12 A. x. and tI.jtlo's itore. under hia control. to 5 p. M. Ansithetlci ad lnUhteit nd Mt 'imlly weeit.y la ih' fnlto-- l .l .Slatei. Tuot t ho deilrr to exioitii A lady who had just returned from Ej-ro- lecturer; his ervices in this field are small had just finished a hotly contested fight for inlnUterxl whn nwmirt. oy of tho Courlor-J- .rnlca 1 s a tU' niiuple otSce eaid to a friend, "You onght to hear and wanting demand. From the proceeds the tail. While they were fighting it was thetu hwffand chawfTat our American war of his labor he has aaiased a fortuce of stolen leaving them only their black eyes ! of talking over there, you know." 'Oh, O7er$50 000 All this money apparently and bloody noses as the result of their N these men werehungrv well, we cm ataad it," aaid her friend; "we affords himself and wife but melons nnd inBEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Thli nolxe frewiroi hactn 0 W u "I ti.l ,r ii a 1 ariWitl ut ' taD,t cm larfl an! chirff at them when they elegant cjmfort. They pis a quiet, rele- enough at any time to eat a mule and oftento ircipjiion o.ir In. I) with it pxr- irinini - 1IT' minion. 1..M gated, but doubtless content id life, in an times would have' relished a cut of dog, come ovet here." uted ?fFi9RTHNETOTHEEAST tho Im i the full extentofMatch 17lh. they were not hungry enough to eat a com E. H. BURNSIDE, street dwelling-housLittle Billy Simp'ou h aeJ about ten, unpretentious Sixty-thirHUolord. Kt .tar, withiBtthanj. ISil I4unj ' D, McKlttrlcit (luiA W. St. Mi"..rmi-k- . Notlong eincj the Simpton family wai in the garret of which is mide to an- rade. They realiud, however, that it was V rirpalf limb It.T A. K. lleM. This Old creased by still another little boy and a swer the combined purposes of literary possible to be driven to such an extreme. Woll - Known It. Cubl. C. Klibep, Uvt llu''.i. sanct-jHotol Still Maintains and store-housfriend of the family, meeting Billy, fail to .From a N. Y, V D. Hhodn lllKlnt KVllr. June, July and August the play months H.tl.A J W.C. McOtcwaci, High Heputation, i.uttr him: "Sj you've got another biby at your Letter. (1. U Carter of the year; the period when men aeek the U B Lrtle, AN Loulevllla. K, houaj He'd a right smart little fellow, J. Hill. J. W. WeaikeilarJ. Milking Extraordinary- - At the eolace of nature, the solitudes conducive to Iti Proprietor it Determined that T. Vsnor ('. di Button ain't lis?" "Humph!" sneered Billy, turn Air, held at this place last week, thero was philosophic .1. !. JlMHT. it Shall be Second to no Country J. A. H.fil' contemplation, the sleepy-ho- l V. W. Carter, j. m. mil. his note; "how many smart boys do you ex witnessed a feat in milking most extraordinoiei in me aiaie in in are, EJ. Carter. lows off the main road where time may be .1. II. MeAllikr, Apnointmenti, or AttenTexas nary, T. J. Foster. pact us to have in one J. It. Joar., and worthy to find a place in history. taken for mental repairs have again pass T. M. White, J. Q Vontatomerr tion to Comfort of Hiftings XEV1ZK UEATBA-- ISA U.K. Marcuui. In the riog wbe:e a premium was offered ed and, with the advent of September, the lira J J. Metorfy, their Guests. "Have these cigars got the genuine HavM.T. KutM-ll- . W. K. Aiim for bet herd of one bull and three cows, to noises rise more loudly from the mar,ts of A. D. New'anJ I! J. Ir.' ana filling?" asked a tobacconist of a drum- be A.: J'ew!ioJ. shown in the ring as a combined animal trade, the vacant desks in the counting Hat;ffaF will be eonieyed to and from t he de 8. W 01eij of them do you want?" rdetrr kit lyn mer. "How many hiaKu',, Tf'i,.,.n,B' free of charge. Special aeromroodatt aoa of any breed for milk and beef purposes, room are again occupied, signs of life apto Commercial Trai elere. The liar will aaked the drummer. "I may take 40,000 alwaji applied with the cholrett th cows to be milked on the grounds, the pear about studio and office, the sound of tho r.t,tiY.s s..,:c.r,.. ilMirn, io hraidi of Llanore aa4 t'li ars. of them." "Well, if you take that many I llll will . m. contestants were Shorthorns and school bell is heard in the land, the doers (aula!, Ky , can afford to give you my word of honor as reat En?l!.h Bemedr, niii-iui- j The Shorthorns showed the best of the theatres swing open for amusements !" titMluM, a gentleman that they are genuine Havana .. fa rkal a. b. Kf beef point", but the Holsteins, belonging to are now necessary at home and the whole etlFlHO la r r .(viiMiruirp it- It filled." . J i fill , i -- "V"'"' '".i- 11 nakka i i "I am afraid I was cheited on those Mr. J. D. Guthrie, of this county, so far world feels the invigoration cf new enerii I r'viu i ,., IlllliOteD ., 1B.I '"Ic furai l.o 01 g , t.. , r. ' v ' ""hiaw, rei outstripped their opponents as milkers, gies. lightning rods." I'owerol the t.eaerat!T Urtunt , All the News for One Cent! rL" amlall.livMin that foil a .re AI trie ! with a fair degree of beef qualities, as to! "WhatV the matter with them?" Bifore Taking, qumcect yeu hf ., in.pr tm . k t ' " Lj ' The final returns indicate that the gross M.mi. loeeaimaol matured JMM, an h Tr.4r Ua? "I hadn't had 'em up mor'n a month determine the judges to give the premium revenues of the Government in the fiscal aa iiimrM. Ual iJe.l'alr, i. j when a fearful stroke of lightning knocked to the HoNteins, without a dissenting vote. year 1S33-S- 4 laia. Dltutina of ialoi., amounted to $31S,519,SG9 Ar, and ruaav 'em all ways for Sunday, burned my barn The three Shorthorn oows gave 34 pounds against $39S,'J$7,5S1 in the fiscal year .. that CIRCULATION SOW :M,000. aummloR lead to Inuultr r ()-of milk, while the three Holstein cows 1S32-8Iu all and everything in it." ji 3. Vfakt(-- u tin' The customs amounted to $105,- ; : , kr a "But didn't the agent give you a guar- gave 132 pounds. In the ring for beat 067.4S9, shoeing a reduction of S19.G39.. Hell t pre. 1 by bora to the houaM of aubicrllera In chirm, retturlujsjt loior nfa lit.; t .. & or. uItIhx to ih. r l.n: ..it antee?'' milk cow Mr. Gnrthr.'e's Holstein cow, toHDs anil TUUea within Vf) ui'leaul CinaaiarisrUint; i iit i. th. hit, 000. A large pirt of this reduction was Chicago cinnati, the nlRht of puli.lcatlun or "Oh, yes; I wrote to him and be wrote Sylvia, gave 54 pounds of milk, cairying iu rvT uiuuum ot oeana. next uiorulni, ' due to diminished importations of foreign "Murray's Sptcia- - it back very consolingly." off the prin over all competitors. t Shelby II per lack a je. or all .k-THL OM.y Uiit: merchandise. The internal revenue and FOR 0 CENTS A WEEK. 'u. f KtN.srS "What did he eaj?" Sectinal. natai(e free on if BY MAIL 25o A MONTH. mall.""""'tliaUraln elp' of j ri,; Oi j wis t ' other items diminihed by $30,123,000. (wttipl. ''That the lightning never strikes twice Oars! Brave Deed of a 2'oble Boy. We The customs revenues in 1"S1-- S t were $Gir tnall,tfrt,,!r ,.,.iUI ..... AW I) Sill III Ti i tvj Biunlcatl'mi to the m matin-.- , A,rp, t tJU in tho same place." - I AlllMa were running out from Chicago and were S9G.OO0 greater than in 1373. and the in Latest Telegraphic Kowrl jti.it it im; . LUUibVILLE TO (4l Jirtiu.t i Deaf mutes converse by means of signs, an hour behind Latest Market Reports. CHICAGO time. I had orders to side- ternal revenue receipts wtre $11,004 000 Sold InManfoMoy Pmar "4.VV7iol si because actions speak louder than word'. track at Seneci for an special, greater than in that Tear piriTwnfjf,v r Paiw-fli! "Biia a I'ETia AKTIli 1 Mrs. A. (back from the seaahoref "Mer f Via f A lnM II.. provided I could get there by such a minJ(200-ly- r " m'j n arrive to Im ili'ili', Ky a ttoi George Washington's riauin and that of cy me. John, what's the matter with your ute. ' IWu it' -We were going fast to make it. when Wsuiti.n'r '"'" ,k -- I'"! AOENTM WANTKO. G. Blaine are associated with the nose: ' all of a sudden the engineer pulled up out James "Mr. A. (who staid in the city)-"A- 'hy, wonderful natural bridge in Virginia. ArrJ toOififr, Noi 93,97 an 1 93 Inswirth it in the country. I rushed out to tee what E i I didn't notice anything wrong with it." Washington, when a youth fired with amTIWC TAW.K "Wrong! It's as red as a lobeler and the matter wps nnd we saw a farmer's boy bition, c'4ned to a dizzy bight and cut hia rAiiu',f. a few rods down the track waving an old IallyT" ebines like a street lamp. What have you name in the rock above all other lettering. Le. bihifrllM.... . red shirt that he had taken from a scarei r m a i ... been drinking?" Mr. Blaine has invested sitae of his surplus Arr lrrfKt,. 'l aw ,), Pu, HarlD? detertHlneJ to change ur tiuilneaa, I lrwfoniirttl, "Soda water my deai; nothing stronger" crow in the Geld near by. L shouted to earnings as a etatesmaa in the natural 2 6ia Mill, iltuatrj on " UfiyMte . Iff lor aale (tirlratelr) lar Saw an pW to him to comt: up and tell what was wrong. roa Bruah Creek, in taaey cvutity, Ky. The Knlne "But what is there in gas to make the iUpta VDirrfrt bridge property. a hi a i, uj laitatlontrr. Holler 0x31. KniMne lOxM, Coun He sidled along bashfully, we all the time I nose shins so?" ter Shalt 2S leet. IMjfl" saw ind tirlit Mill at- Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Jitr. I tUL. with ...,t. . yelling to him to tell us wby he had stop"I laughed," he said to his wife, "I laugh tached The property la and "Well, you eee, my dear, ,4he druggist The only I.ne runma,-ped the train. When he got within about ed until my mouth fairly strttched from 111 Gooil It ii mi lug Order. probably ran short of marble dust, and I forty feet of the engine he skipped off the tar to ar " Timber plenty and acceaslble. I would lie willing PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING iouimiiii. x- euppc-s- e that he has been charging his CABS track and climbed the fence. Then he "You don't harp to laugh Tery elaborate to exeaanje lor gooil tsrm alocx, aucn ai Jiuin, fountain with illuminating gas" PhilaHoraea, Cattle, Ac. turned and aaid: "Say, mister, did you ly to accomplish that distance," replied the a I'craona wlthlnj to engaije In the lumber ; delphia Call. will flnj a good opening by applying to ce hear how the game cum ldy with a yawn. i.ouax, Detective Frank Moore, of Evansville, out yisterday? Me and Jim Jackson has lluatoatille, Ky. "Hat Hsl very good my dear, Tery good, 2UMf rod., passed through Nashville on his re- got .1 bet on it." "Aliir-Uraaicapital. Large mouth, eb?" LoillMTlUt,CillClllUHtlaU(IIZ Home.' turn home from Lewis county, Tennessee, liiKtou, Ky., "No, large ears," she slid with another A Heatufcl Habit. One of the beat & where he went to work up a case against evidences that the American people of this yawn. the citizens who massacred the Mormon rao. c Ia",e I know of one dry goods man who hu elders, Barry and Gibbs. Uenld: "I via- - fD"""".n connecting In aaue depot wltn tut tralsi lor' THE DIIUGGIST. leatZ0)t7 to All Point. te steady and rap.d growth of an extensive territory, who subscribes for ited Lewis county to ascertain some clews North, East, West & Southwest - which would lead to the arrest of the mob the trade in tropical fruits. It is not many more newspapers than are on the exchange years since the reat majority of people list of a great many metiopolitian journals. 'Fait Line Between engaged in the murder. Meeting a citizen, The Direct Route scarcely knew what a banana was and con- He reads tbem carefully, painfully in fact, Cjnchbnri? , Dan I asked him if he knew any parties con- sidered Is Preparing' Tor a Lively Summer ville, rfolk, oranjres tnd lemons aa luxuries to and remembers what be reads, and when -.cerned in the killing, to which he replied ..inMit! June , im. Trade. a no be afforded only in sickness- or on great he reaches the town of, say Dead Eye, he knew all of them, and would reveal All Virginia and North Carolina So. ,. Ills line ofgooda, In erery Tarlety uaually found 6ooru.Boi-!D- . their names' if given $30. He mide an ap occasions. Now, not only thee but other Texas, or Prairie Dog, Neb., he can talk Points. In a llnuiif the kind. Is rI'"7 rtiMlly l Dally tropical fruits, are bought and eaten almcst with merchants on local affairs like a naior tlcketi and lurihcr information eDlT to large ud complete. fun pointment with me to meet him in the your neae,t ticket offlce. or ad Ireai ' Lt. Co"lntofl as generally and freely as apples, and the tive. It pays him, for it tickles them. ". K. AR", OLD. ;Ji. "?.'?' wodds, and aid he would have one of th) Judicious Alterations in the Internal Ar !' raiiduulb i '.W AdertlalnAg', Ti. ket and pj Ait, consumption of melons, peaches, pears, parties present. I kept the appsinttnmt, rangements Becure Room uomfort arr. rarta. Masked hugging parties are popular at . 10 44 phi ii s . n; . :;Fn' plums ami berrien is on the same universal and Better Display. " LailujiAM but had hardly got under an old beech tree Con I Manwer, z'vm uen'l Paae'r A't. I.'e I.ex. f A l''.r ii is .u, SO i " w p rr and extensive scale. Thi is a chanire whirli church fairs in Miouri. By paying fif ......... ii Klchmond, Vlrglcta pu when I was surrounded by forty or Gfty rr Mloclniter Particular attention la called to teen cents a man is allowed to hug a girl, " i n m tends not only to gratify the taste, but to I.e. 1'erlt marked men. They asked me why I came but he is first blindfolded It makes a man A Large and Elegant Addition to the Arr WiiKbe-i-L- EAP.N 'in"5i:!ii2!:-ji-"TltlTII AH';IT TII- Cto Lewis county. I told them I cime to promote health, which is the foundation awful mad to find, on removing the bandI vu lid " Stock of Jewelry, Le. Wlncheatr IIMuui of human happinesi, and is of advaniage to I' W ! SO p , get the names of the parties implicated in ATI. 11I(.I.IUUB. t M AM age from his eyes, that he has been hugeverybody. There is little danger that any " And article) o vertu. 'HfWiJUpm the Mormon massecre The captain toen .1 " Iixaiirr ji in community will spsnd too much money for ging hisown wife. Fifteen cents gone for & : 2a ji m ordered the men to hanz me. Tuny put a nothing. Somerville Journal. sz s, '7 ripo and sjund frail. IUICESSo ii rope around my neck. 1 begged ptteo isly ly "a ..i D.iiy E.W.Cole, the railway speculator of ,K: for my life, and they finally agreed to let Housekeepers are frequently annoyed 5" i" EX. Mini I.T ItWlitld Tennessee, has bautht Lookout mountain, me go giving me one hour to leave Lewi' oil marks on papered walls against which 01 a i ' La Bra, ter . a 9 . ... county. At this time they had a uoose thoughtless persons have lesned thsir heads. which is famous ali'je as a natural curiosiI 10 JO ft I'M -H0i .a m around uiy neck nod the loo'e end throwa The-- e unsightly spots may be removed by ty and as the scene of the butle above the " n w irfi ... ilepot-l- he (irand fVntrV Pa,.e o.-- st.ti.'o . I he ' ,Arr' J'x c ... . 4 . .i laloiii.nl I.m .I..1 I..... over the ltmi of a trie. and were abxit to making a paste of cold water and pipe clay clouds. The part of tbe mountain bought .j ,.iUurllu, iner la in niunlbui 71: ;fr.,B,0, - x a.1 t T V ... im by Cole is known a "The Point" and it .1. .i.i.i in iim.nna'i. itir..u the 'in. mum'?" INTERIOR JOURNAL I HE . . , ii in haul me tip Before letting me n the or fulJerV earth, and laying it en the sur-. HI.....! ...u.i.c.M .. , .uu umu x ittup, r.' y, u a ! mmU'lncLeiter ' pinned a red cros, made of cloth, on my face without rubbing it on, ele the pattern overlooks the vallev of the Ttineee that 7 INratemi.t,.rer,.V,,L Arr Pari, J jtf' FOR 83.50 p w ?, uj m ." m l. p.n, thuouuh An Triittnau, Onl S . hhirt and told m to leave ray coat op"n of the psjwr will then likely lis injured. encircles Chattanooga 15 j It ?, !" ! U I' m allium ! .. ' M. iu. I.ou I w tli.i il ,r,n..,. ... u d u Wlthntit irrlii nr mnu. ur. Tli Mnunt.in ClDnatl I waj at scared I took the railroad track Lave tut piste on all night. In the morn-ioj- r The cruelty of woman's criticism some KlB DKcllil. Oernire O. HaroM The Hliiorr of S'" ud J f? I" o aa . l iiiteriuedlatii iwint fc.T. " r.liii. .... " " P uu a aa n , ,, Cm nnan yuu Lave a uilnk-l- t ' '"cr nxi near Mt. Plemnt nnd walked to the next it can be brushed cfl and the spot' will times goes beyond life. "IXd you ever see Consecrated Life, the Hecordnf Its alien! Thought and a Hook of Ita Public Ltter.incei" Orlarn- din.;" 01 ca ? 1 will not return South station I don't have disappeared, but a renewal of the ope- a more natural ccrp'e than Mrs. Podsoc?' boun d Id hereMed hoanN and tlnle-- l cloth with Tim fllil lAiSWM.i: j,tAv,. n rutnlt two n.ilr l' auiuu eranin.-- triin. i. mi. motto on corcr; CW iNii.'fi'. IH'1 eDitraTlnir of . . . : r think the reward will ever ba claimed ration may be necessary if the oil mark is asked a lady of a ' "Such a content St Oeori ",.ftf.nr!. J,!,,0i'?T.,,,.rV.t,!TT"-V'".rrN- s D.K,, ,'n''".nV'. ....! P. i - P4- -1 Kft.ni.nai-..- . .LZ VJf" m -old. The experiment will be likely to re- ed smile." "Contented smile!" repeated the "tin. w , m.. ..w . .; . . . I I ' ' . ihuiii ni'u 1'if DjIIi trail To Cure Round Shoulders. .More tne iiacic tly Icau-- ol r' iluilloa or xact re- - "". ""'" lB! iu lac li.e (cu.l, whu li inxkn coa onir. ip. a,". Kx- - Sun. "" 1.1 Iff. ... iiruiiuciiuus in aizi ami coior oi iiik oi me iiiMHtt ....... ".i.i.i ill ...:;.-Iii Inn. t.r.... Jl' t ... " w Lve Uor nctan "- than thirty years ago I got a habit of beine sult most satisfactorily on plain aners. or friend, "It s web all put on." " w. v il,. w., linns made hr tbe FvaiiKedat hhunelfin hia mounI. I.,!,.:.,"" W i m round shouldered. In trying to find a rem that with tbe leist number of colored fig tain lilhlo, llluiUktiug In a ouipart form hie m. A p7itr. n I 0 p m i 7i a "' Bucklen's Arnisa Sahe, Faltb. Tim im,., i n couip'ptu hlttory of tbe J il(3 OllIV LillP ures iscientinc American. t .11 -II III edy, tlie (Oiiowing plan, which grew out uf mas The private Uliri- n- iou pai-rerpal tho -- i.iJt?"" -- :' "" " fcW" The best SaUe in tha worW for Cut!, Drulact, o in a ... t . ii ilk oc:r ita : ;. n jbi .. crii.ai ' ' 1' IU Inmoft nature Ihn fruit nn .,.. . tll I. mi- l.in I tnv knowledge of anatomy, came in sight. ,, ,. - - - v hi n 117 p , Rolled sold n nude by casing an ingot 3orei, UlMri, Salt Rueuu, Ferer feores, Tetter, .... f.i. tk. A...of .1....Kvjncellit titwK are nuinln r'.i.i. Futir Solid Daily JUIin.jll , i. II. .u. iu.t uiii iiuir I.. .1.1. . ..I. in linn Trains Clrclnnatl to it. Uult lutt ruilll Chapped Jlamla, Chllblalm, Corni, an J all fckln Ueallns chajitcr 61 pKie kItoi t ! hlttorr, the Hook tho fingers of the hands together, of brass, and while this is still hot Kyery Car in theTralL. Ituiu Thuugt. P- pouring Eruptions panoses lay re- argument raise tho elbow as high as the shoulder and upon it a thin iyer of gold alloy. The in- quired. ami poiltlrely cures Fllei, ur uutatltfuc-Hon- It in full. ami lanila thi llihllcnl almuld he hearlnijon look that It Sleeping tars on Nlbt Tralni. in eiery It la guaranteed to give porfett So Kentucky home, and ahuuld tenaiuly he owned change of Cats lor eny cum ol pall like a shoemaker. The muscles above got wheu cold is forced betweeu steel rollers money relundetl. I'rKeJI cents pr lox, hy every convert of (leorg Barnes The Niok can bin. -.- paawujrers. Hverv paneuaer shoulder-blades- , to keep tbem in place until a long thin ribbon is the le obtained nowheie ele ior leu than HM. By Lve JIajvie , ,, haauteotlna Through Car All produced, of For sale by Pnny A McAlliter. wttu tbe rutlior. wbo liavlnir Iecii nrranjoment pasiecgers ars carrlinl on Kxptejs are thus strengthened and in a short time which th proportion of gold and brass is removed to New York, has largely withdrawn all An End to Bone Scrapirg. ' w .j Vi " C'arlla! a u Trains' TheHborteit and (Jukkest Line ageuces, rhe tho kkicly from (Inc unatl u, n. i.,u' No oaioihus enabled to fill their proper office. When the same as of the ingot. The " Mlllersluri '" 1 t ' ,u I 21 "' Is u P,m jviwant eoepheri, of uarrlitmrg, ill, itys l Inthxioii book (2J.60) and ollerol together fOt iu percentage (IJ) arc transfer in Cliultinttl lor paswu.-etrctu C.S.I'.. P. "Having recetvM ja much lietielit Irom lying on the back press the head on the of gold is reduced as low as two and the ilrlcn ... " l)Tlnta. ITT- - I' ", ilH lil " three BIttera, I feel it my duty to let auUerlLj Electric1 t(" Jj'5'- - ofAddms ot iiani'i" aione, mo two i' " mi in " CT.Dj.ton H'. V. ltir,TO,, human-pillow bo as to laise the chest up from the per cent. This rolled gold is used in makImterioii Joi'dkaL, rjunford, Ky Tile I)irpr,f. HniifATi,,s''L',i,,,i,ii Uy know It. Have bad a running aore on my leg iiLLHw.Si'J'SKS , bed on which you are reclining. . lalinouth This ing cheap bracelets and watch chains, and tor eight yiaraj mydorturs told vr iae that I lvauld c"aiaci lngto'i5:..ci"unno.larioii:7u775-- ''Hlly, leaves . m .1 strengthens tho muscles that should hold costs but little more than braa. It wears have to have the bone Kraped or le amputated, 2 1'. 111. it; ?0;.9n .,!,u leave lalinout.. 1. f.i.n . ' . - in. II'Mk luaed, Initead, three bottlet of Electric Bitters "i. wj'iu in iu no rf, ,wi,a through the head erect. When standing or sitting, from one to ten years. lnVtoWV lai,in ",'i an Ing Cars. and seven boxes Arnica Salve, and My log Ii now where the head can rest on something solid, i, nuuiiay nn contrary to the above arode. ' It is something about an educated person aound and well." Jctrlc Btttera are sold at 0 liberate nilsrepreientatlom and perwus nuklm -- " ttivingtou repeat the operation. By a little thought who and Illood Diseases, IU. from cenU Ilueklln'a Arnica Salve at. 23c in are unworthr the confidence of the public: u irri,L &S?1 '?ts"D,Ur. colors clothing political editor per a bottle and A rJ r', !,. llrnlit and Heart AtTrctlona.WrnU box by Penny McAllater. at other times to use these muscles the dif of a dally paper, and the Ner,ouaDebllllw, BrokenHldiirj-a.lllnd- . I.uiira, not (nllon. and Weakness of the IKiwnC'iiiiill. and in the answer is: ficulty may be overcome. New York "One is a A Startling Oiscovery. ler A Vrlunry OiBiaaia,aak your Urujrglal lor Do Not bo learned dyer and the other a Deceived !Jhs Tribune, Xr. OXXJVS. XV.SPUIFIO NO. 13, Mr.Wm. Jolnaoa.of Huron, Dak., wrttei tha SOOTT'B dearned liar," but the conundrum has manWORLD UNOWNED I'l'i n.iiw.r guarantees tne corrKtnei hli wife had ban troubled with acute Bronchitis taieruenti and tvery promise made tbe puUIc, via WiucbPste? or "t', The deep is eea illuminated only by the aged to escape from the office. w.m u. L.iuDiiuui in me letter for many yean and that all rcmedlei tried save no ran i.inA v.. nu. 4 sunlight that has passed through In rruir.l t, im inn auu re lima deep green ."' perniaDcnt relief, until he procured a bottle of .. TTb ETuntpa U'mim VM t.w-Land, Ac, In the Western 61,1,." Uulde n nl'L'" ".W.,J" PuUni.,, 6lilV.l,p.f?!! ' Ur. King's Iew Discovery Vr17p'" n ,1 Tiri ."a,i "ichtuond. Vn av8t stratum of water, and,V therefore,'Bob! ""v coach "h full! (Jueea we' 11 hava Coughs and Colds, which had a lor Consumption, The fWlth Flioaphorna,) magical etlect and A BLOOD. BRAIN & NERVE TONIC. Uool.to..lpo,n.,We1toa.lonor.l.pUMh0'1 loat all the red and orange raya by abaorn Bob--".- No hr" iSfSSf a to any you produced a permanent cure. It Is guaranteed to If roar Drnggfat doa not keep It k aim toont.rlt Passenger Ag'tOM &uLuti2ih.n.. are nearly to strap you behind." tion. Tbo deep, ea forroa. tl. per bottle. C'oe,nerr and Iroa n. r. u. ""j J,,53t'JAiriRjr n ;.."' - WlftTTLKSEV. don't. I had enough of that when I waa euro all disease of the Throat, Lungj or BronchitaairuiiPi iirty k w orange redfor scarlet, ovea down to I; the UrxLit Medical Dl.0ov.r7 of raad.rn tlmea, all " iiW . W. I'EABODV. raDlrer A W. B. HUATTIU' Korpamphl.t, with full rnrtlealars.addre.. al Tubes. Trial bottles fres at Penny A McAlls- a bo."-Rehod- oth fathomt'iK'" Agent. Prcs'tand Oea'ljfan'gr. Herald. u&T,n'ii Ky. lrT' '' x'ogUin, Ky. 0HA8. W. 80OTT.M.O., Knnaaa City, Mo, C. W. SMITH. igt, .'. iiuj)giv;gi .- I ji, if TIm.1. un- - ruargg wit? a. V$ Dr. 8Q0IT 3 LIYKll 1'IZLS. viariaoaii, unio . ,,f 'General Manage Semi-XStehl- ir n(criorourn ! f ti .VTrouNiavs at l,vw tVtj t RUj ! i i .""." Through Trunk Line A Grand Coniliiiaalion Roc-coo- Courl-noui- e. aUUGEON OI3NTI8T, k Weekly ImmJ pi rcr MM-trr- o SOUTH & WEST "HI'.- MYERS HOTEL, POSTED IM- d e, STANFORD. KY. Propr and its -- 1 Peerless Traction Engine. Tllsi w. Hoi-stein- s. l:W m nUti;,"!':,''..! 1 r '&" ilWStffr" i """ Cincinnati Evening Post. in Politics! v.t:.;:Ji"..:"'''rnub.r ,.'"'' m imm : m K S m . r( . i lt,,y '". j" Indepeiulent '. T;y I'.eua-lureU- ithrr-l.f-nu- uii Louisville, New Albany wJamsk lia.r. J, h,..t.. ,, , Railway. Piillninn jin Palaoo I to east-boun- d TRY IT FOR MONTH Saw Mill For Salol! n Ill, tur m Kentucky's Route East 1 J? lw bull-nea- Beaton-Providen- man A SOMDTEAIN mm mui i r N -- "" "" inr Gr.F. Peacock Shortest WASHINGTON CITY. Quickest Route HUSTONVIIXE, KY., KTo77- Yorli. Orit-cls- y"ini w lf"u s;: RJ. NOBTII-BoiS- Life of Geo. 0. Barnes TJioOiilyLiiio,,lr:r.,,i.,,;iV l'r- kviW" ..... v ta.-saw- iTr." jiaKSu ''? , The X'i1 ' J- -' ""' :.?'' .....'. - 7'' ... i - I . ... -- .. '&'' a ""'J Tin , r ' I I , "i""'"l. S'"'' : ,." i rr --- ' I A.A 1 or jji:. 11 11 krZ, 1 111 ea : Joi-rna- n I iiie-'i.u- e m SUFFERERS Solid Mvne" uy 'trains VTlA -- li -- " r. .;uiioi COCUEEFilRON anlicX",' itar-Gaher- 3,-0- ' "N 2 1 l. ". 0a. .. .fULFl1' IVaa Agt