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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884091201 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. enu - Weelit Jttfefin lonttmL VOLUME 111. CRAB ORCHARD, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER LINCOLN 12, 1884. NEW ses- SERIES-NUMB- ER 284. COUHTt. V. P. i'tibllHlicil WALTON. and h'rltlav, to Miss Mollie llrwnks will commence giving lessons to her art class on the 15th An Old Man. (To the Editor of Th Interior Journsl. GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. TitrmtauH 03, OU When iEIt ANNUM . we strictly ll Jany time. Id advauce, beIfchartedhave will watt S3.no Things Worth Knowing. Hcswax and alt will nuke your riiMtr an clem and smooth aa elvn Tin a lump of wax in a rag and keep it fur thai iWt-lror- ta When tbe lrrm aie hut rnli purpose. thrui Ural with the was rag, mill then rcoiir them with a paper or cloth tprlnkled with rill, When conking null M hefore cocking add a little vinegar to the water; it implores the fish. Steel kniven which are not in general ue may be kept from rustini; if thrr are dipped in a lts)ng solution of snia, one part water to four of noda; then wipe dry, roll in tNnnel and keep in n dry place. Fish uwy be scaled much easier by dipping into bolllnR water about a inintile. For "treaninn" the griddle, cut a white turnip In halve and rub the griddle with 11. It causes no unoVe, until, taste o: adhesion, and is better than butter or grease. The ralue of cnuhed ice as a dressing for burns and ecahN, first pointed out by Sir James Kirle, is confirmed by I)r The ice, after beinR reduced by chrmhinic or f era ping to a fine etale of dry as possible, is miied with fresh lard into a paste, which is pieced in a thin cambric bic and laid upon the bum This is said to banish all pain until thc mixture has so for melted that a fresh dress. ing is neceseary. Flower may be kept ey di'li oTer nlc,ht if they art excluded entirrly from the air. To do this wet tlrem tUrn,jt.l, ut in a damp box and cover with wet raw cotton or wet ncwtpiper, then place in a cool spot. Milk which is slightly turned or changed may be awectcned and and rendered 6 n a II ' soda. for Use again by stlrr be mule to taste as nice Stale buns may ly as when freh if thv re ilipped a mo ment or so in cold watir, then put into a hot oven for five or ten minuiti They will turn out as light and crip as when first baked. To scour knives eseily, mix aimallquan tity of baking rod a with your brick dust, and see if your knives do not polish better. Keroeene will soften boots or shoes which have been hardened by water, and render them aa pliable ai new. Kerosene will as bright aa new make tin Saturate a woolen rag and rub with it. It will also remove ataina from clean varnished furniture. When one has had a fever and the hair is falling otF, take a teacup of rage, steep in a quart of soft water, atraio it oil into a tight Utile. Sponge the head with the tea frequently, wetting the tool of the hair, The Stitntijie Amtrican sy if a bottle of the oil of pennyroyal is left uncorked in a room at night, not a nioiuil(o or any oth er blood sucker will be found there in the morning.' Mix potash with powdered meal and throw it into the rat holes of a cellar and the rata will depart. If a rat or mouse gets into your pantry, stuff in its hole a rag saturated with a solution of cayenne peper, and no rat or mouse will touch the rag for communication the purpose of opening with n depot of supplies. Salt will curdle new milk; hence, in preparing milk porridge, gravies, etc., the salt should not he added until thc dish is prepared. Don't waste your time, scouring vour hreadpanr, bread never bakes as well in bright tin. Indeed, the best bread puis, if one can nflord to have them made, are oblong onea tntule of Russia elieet iron. 1'nint epoia may be removed from any kind olclothitii! by saturating with rijual parts ol turpentine and npirila of ammonia. Whence lite beans are placed upon hot coals or upon a hot plate the llivor arising in one ol the mod etieclive and at the fame time ngreeable disinfectants. If no heat H obtulnablo even tho spreading of ground cofiee on the object to bo disinfected is most Rich-ardaon. -s inst., at her mother's residence. Crab Orchard College opened Monday with 15 pupils ami an aurance ol 00 Prof. Rice is confident the next week. number will reach one hundred before Christmas, i K. Wells had the misfortune lo have hi barn destroyed by fire Monday night. It was well filled with hay, alio two hugglcM and all of his harness were onnsuincd. Mr. Wills thinks the fire must have originated from tho visit of snmti tramp or chicken thief who probably lit a match to see their way and thereby cuisirg the fire- - He thinks he haan't ao enemv thai is mean enough to do turn such an injury. The primary election pasted off quietly with the exception of a fisticuff about the close of the olls between some parties that were considerably "enthused," uot mil en damage done, some of the parties a fen scratches and another a black eye All of the parties have arrested and will be tried for their fun tomorrow before Judgq Peltus. A full vote was n')t pulled although the friends of each cindiiUte tried hard to bring out tbe full strrngth. Flux is raging as an epidemic in tbe neighborhood, new cases are reported every d.ty. Uncle Jimmy McAlisler is in a J. condition with the disease and is not expected to live at this writing. Eq. The Durham and Thompson men got rather low down over their defeat Saturllirnrtt is among the latest coses. Latek. College. Uncle Jimmy McAllister is dead and the day, but they will all soon rcviye and he as hole neighborhood is in mourniog, He strong for McCreary in November. STANFORD, KY. John Wearen, our assistant depot agt., died nt 23 minutes of '2 o'clock a. m. Thursday. The to never was n man that and Cash Kennaird had a little "set-to- " Tueday. Kennaird had an over-stocever lived, in all of my acquaintance, who of With a Full Corps of Teachers, had as few enemies and as many friends. corn oil and was acting a little roughly. He lived the life of a christian and died the Married, at the residence of the bride's This Institution will open lta Fifteenth Session on tbe 1st Monday In beptember next. death of the righteous. There is not a father, on the evening of the 10th, Mr. Tom Roylston and Misa Jennie Moberly. At man in all the cc untry that would be so ALL THE BRANCHE8 OF A His bereaved wid.iw and tendants, Mr. J. Ii Wearen and Miss Addie sadly An InttrrupitJ Wedding, Tudor n ices (who were is dear to him ss il" they THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE A most retnvV.aMe hitch took pltce at a been his own daughters.) have the syu . Tbe land of Fountaine Rothwell deed., had wedding cers.ir.ony in the town of Anstad, was sold Tuesday to the highest bidder, puby of all. Are taught, aa well as Minn., which is thus described by a corres- One tract of oU acres was cold to L, Brown At the close of the wr there were about DHAW-IN- Q A at $1S and the other of 81 acres to Gideon MUBIC, THE IiANQUAQEB, pondent of the St Paul Plww l'ttt 100 000 pensioners; now there are 300,000 AND PAINTINO. Then there were 10'J clerks in the Pension large party of friends had assembled at the Rothwell at $27 10 per acre. Mis Gibbie Bell and mother, of DecaOtlicej now there are 1,600. Then the an- house of one of the town's wealthy farmers were abjut $1,600,000; now to witness the ceremony of a couple about tur, III , are visiting relatives in this vicini nual payments In Tuition, prices range from 125 to 50 In th the office expenses are greater than that to be married. The Lutheran minister ty. John Argo left Tuesday for his home regular Department!. Primary, 123; Intermediate was to perform the rite) and in accordance in Colorado. Mr. Alvah Pullins has re 130; Preparatory, HO, and Collegiate, 150. sum by S 100 000, and the payments reach When a great building is with the rules of the church asked the turned home from a two weeks' business $60 lOO.OOO for full particulars, aa to Board, Ac.addreu star td the men work for weeks getting up groom if he wa heart free. ''Yes," came trip to Loudon Breathing the mountain MKH. N, C. TRVE1IKART. Frtnclpavl, Stanford, Lincoln Co., &y. the answer when the company was thrown air and drinking the pure, sparkling water, the derrick; thus the veterans, mist nowaintoconsternation by the voice ol a young he has very much improved his health, days watch the mustering in of a prelimithough it has strangely effected his appenary army of 2 600 and the preliminary lady present. 'You lie, sir," cried she, in accents not tite He is passionately fond of Parsley expenditure of neuly $2,000,000 before UP M they cm hope to get a cent of a grateful to be mistaken The words acted like a now. CD nation's money. The whole thing is stu- bomb shell thrown among the former hapSpeaking of Blaine the Courier Journal CD pendous and previously unheard of. In py throng, and when the minister asked says: "The late Senator Morrill knew perd CDl 1882 a Representative arose in the House for an explanation letters were produced to fectly the rotten heart and cringing nature CD 1 prove that she wai also engaged to the of the man, who, in 1876, crawled on his and said; "I move that the rule be susO -CD O pended and the Pension Appropriation bill young man, and the affair looked rather belly; like a dog, beseeching all who had CD P be passed without debite." It was to done critical for the time being. any power lo help him to be merciful, and O Tbe rejected sweetheart, however, after aa soon as he felt himself safe out of the B P- and the bill appropriated $1,000,000 as CD expostulations consented to the ceremony hands of his enemies, going off like a bulCD CD much aa Napoleon ued in going to Mosbeing performed, if the gentleman would ly and a sneak, to betray the friends who cow and starting with a million men the O 09 Wagram put to- apologize and ask to be forgiven, which he had come to his rescue. If Tom Scott were to him of Erlau and Oc gethermore by twenty millions than had humbly did, but the minister had by this living he, too, could tell a tale of infinite ctime left in disgust and trouble again stared perfidy which would fully match that told been paid to all our pensioner previous to CD fsce until a justice of the peace by Mrs. Morrill. The truth is that, to far the firing on Sumter. This Pension Office them in the CO CD j large and its cost is excessive. Be- was found among the invited guests, and from being a generous scamp, there is not is too bunronibt and the fond lovers were made one according to in the United States a meaner, colder, sides all the stump-speeclaw; of Minnesota. falser nature, personally even more than llapdoodle of recent years his been pigeon- the divisions, The statesmen holed in its The Rev. Hubbard, of the Congrega politically, than this same James G. should lend themselves honeUly to the tional church at Roodhouse, IU., instead of Blaine. Those despise him moat who know err CO task of simplifying thii pension machine. preaching Sunday morning, rose up and de him best. Mrs. Morrill knew him well. Ul err M err Put the Indiana with the veterans and end clared he could not preach any more; that Her husband knew him well. Tom Scott CD He is nothing but a of the work of the Washington he never had been converted, and that he knew him well. away route O err offices. More could be done at the twelve had ben trying to teach what he knew brilliant charlatan, a modern Cagliostro, -i agencies. The thing is too highly central- nothing about. Tne preacher sat down in without honor, or feeling, or sincerity. CD I too h'ghly organized. pubHe will never be Preideat of the United The ized tin PS m1 CD great distress of mind, and the audience O States. We may deserve the wrath of God, lic treasury is no mulberry tree on which was immediately dismissed. O O r P7 err CD tax raters are 'a spend a luxurious exisPhil Thompon, tbe Congressman, and but His vengesnee will at least spare us PS CD tence spinning red tape fChicsgoCunent. Phil Thompson, the horse, ere both de- that. P CD "3 1 1 feated Saturday, the former by Jim 1 In Paris the Grecian knot has in come Another Case. The Dayton Democrat and the latter by Maude Messenger. again. It is thought that it given a woman describes at length a singular cae: A few be something in a name. a younger, more girlish look, than any othnighlH ago a young mau by the name of There raift 'Times. er arrangement of the hair. It certainly Clark lost his leg in a railroad accident. Kate Smulsey at Fort Plain, N. Y., m does make a woman look younger, but suffered acute Since the amputation he has said to have eaten nothing since March when it is not becoming it is ro unbecom pain at the knee, and declare I that his leg last. Her mother swears that nothing has ing as to be positively frightful. A wowas being twisted and cramped in the box entered her throat in that time but ono man needs pretty shaped head and reg-ulin which it was buried. To satisfy his ton, glass of water. features to wear a Grecian knot beand determine whether the position of the Eight hundred families are reported comingly. American Queen. limb iu the box corresponded with the pe- on the verge of starvation on the northeast culiarity of pain, or whether it was a coast of New Newfounland, on account of Matt. Orton, charged with starting tho Are yon failing, try Wens' If BiLTn T.e simple hall.iclnatlou resulting from excit- the failure nf the codfish catch. fire that destroyed a part of Arkansas city, NKWsa, a pure, clean, wuoiesoma ed and deranged nerves, Mr. Henry Clark seized nnd hanged by an infuriated mob libel was The defendant in the Rlaine-&n!ii- cJ the father, went to the cemetery yesterday . You Can Have It, Nerre. Ftnmaeh, Urer, Kldncj , For against the plaintifl to disinter and examine the leg. Aa the suit has asked a rule eatirtfactory. I.unes. Anlncquaicuinritforam. mm My dsar,wliat would I give to have your hair?" interrogatories within a to answer those To clean'atained woodwork, which is al- men at the cemetery reached the box and is oflen said by uilddlo aged ladles to young ones. attorHeadache. Fever. Artie. Chills. commenced to work it up out of the a reasonable time, and Mr. Elaine's recomMadam, you may have Just such balr. Parker'i so varnished, an old housewife DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. neys give notice that they' will resist the Hair Balsam will rIto It to you. It will atop your mends the savings of tea leaves from the ground the sufferer turned to hi' friends motion. Thus has another "aggressive lulr from falling oil', restoro tho original color and Nlco to" take, true merit, unennaled for teapot for a few dny. Drain them, and uud told them what was being done at the long, thick, soft and glossy. You need not . LiVfcKp'iu nitjiii iTOKflU Nervous wcannoss, of the box and the campaign" been turned into a defcueive make it grave. Ho felt the ,. Swpnts, when you have a sufficient quantity put helplessly envying tho girls. The ISaliam II Soxuul Decline. one. Why Mr. Blaine should iffequiro Hand m, 'iVAV""t. ,r;;.cjf,i .. nnwu not oily, not a dye, but la nn elegant dressing and pn."-them in clean soft water; let them immer pain It catieed. Out of curiosity, accurate ,jj.iw iier uui.. v time to tell when he was married and his Is especially recommended for cleanliness and puK. S. Wsuj, jersey wiy, n. j., u. . a. sufferan hour. When almost cold, strain time was kept ut the bedside of tbe for half is matter difficult to re- rityfirst child born dethem out, and dipping a llanntl cloth in the er and nt the cemetery, and the changes of a plumed scribed by the young man corresponded al- concile with the innocence anPositive Cure for Piles. water wipe off the paint, drying it with knight who tlung his shining lance full in To the people of this county we would say that cloth. One cup of leaves most to a second with those reported at the other ilnnel announced his read- weharo been glten tho agency ol Dr, Marcbiil'i cemetery. Tho Ijuib was found in thc the face of his foe and to one quart of water la the due nllowanre. iness to defind the honor of his family Itallau Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Hartshorn applied to the sting of poi cramped position described, and he told with his to cure or inojoy refunded Internal, External, Times. -Illltid, Bleeding or Itching Pile. Prlco 50 cents V sonous insects will allay tho pain and atop his mother and attendants of the suffering I JIMIM a box. No cure, no pay. Penuy A McAllster, cum: koii i'h.K'j. swelling, or apply oil ol aaranfraa, which he experienced whilo straightening out and the acBuchu-Paib- a Pitts ar friui'nt!y preolJ ty s sns of 0l3ht Druggists. is better. Dee stings should he treated in the relief experienced. When it was pirt of th nblomrn, Daughters, Wires and Mothers. complished he dropped into a refreshing In tin back, loins and nemarkahle Cures of Catarrh of the this way, Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of sleep It is a curioua and interesting case, ei'islnjthej'ttl'-'n- t t) suppnss bohisaorasnnVctlun Pickles or vinegar will not keep in a We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil'a and Madder. Htona or flravel Dla- ot tin kidneys or nuUUunn orgins. At tltnn, ensci of the Prostata aland. Dropsical a female remedy, to cure Femalo Dloa-e- s, greasa iu it, and the full statement of facts ehould be that has ever had any kind of ara prewut, as (Utuleno, Hurelllnirs, Femalo Diseases. Incontln-sjraptomiof ludljeitun such aa Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and secured. once of Urine, all Diseases of the (lenlto-- 1 American Cultivator. uneuilncss of tho tomich, etc. A moisture, 1IU Falling and displaremsnt or bearing Urinary Organs In either aer. For Un-- I very dlsijwilil Itching, Ulceration, Dr. IIOSANKO. pjr'plratlon, producing Change lioalthy or Unnatural Dincbarcoa ue feeling, Irregilarittles, Ilarrenneas, THY IT YOUUHKL.F. ' also "Chaptn'a Injection Flour." This tunia lias become so .imlllar with the most after gttlnj warm, Is a very common attendant, down 51. bealdet many weaknesses I Itching I'lleijleldatonfeto the of Life, Leucorrliaa, For KIl'IIIUS, either contracted or Tho proof of lbs padding Is not In chawing the of peoplo throughout tho CnlteJ State thit It Is llllnd, springing from the abOTe, like Headache, Bloate hereditary taint, use Chaptn'a Conatltu-- 1 hardly netecary td stato that ho Is ttu originator ol application of Dr! Bosinka's Tllo Itemsdy, w hlch acts string, but In having an opportunity to try the tlon Bitter Hynip, $1.00 per bottle, and Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nerroua deyourself. Mcllobetts U rtsgg,llio Druggist', tho great Dr. Jl'nlo' Cough anil Liinj Sjrup, directly upon tho parts affected, absorbing tbe ing. 8 plnal of the Heart, Ac. For sale by pin's Synlillltlo Salv. 51.0. 8 bottles trial bottle of Dr. Roeauko's Cough ami th people's farorlto ri'T'ly. horrr known, for Tumors, alla)ing the Inttnsj Itehlugand affecting n bility, Palpitation h no nfrei 50 per bottle. Send and riynip. S nf Pills, r?.ile. by Faprcs on IugSyrup for each an every ouomIio is afflicted Coughs, Colds, Consumption arrl all affuctUni ol psrnvvnent cm-'- , l'rlcs 50 cent'. Address tho Dr. druggists. Prices SI N, tl for pamphlet, free. r"Colptot$10.iw,orntDrujKiit. U- 8- A. Y to Dr. Marchtsl, Utlca, Consumption or any tho TLront hij J Lungs, l'rlca W coat' au'l l.W McKcb-ottwith Cousin, CoW, Asthma, Bosanko Medlcla Co., ri'pu, Ohio. Soli ty E. S. Wklis. Jener City. S. J.. Peuoy A McAllster, Druggists. H mi-re- d. Judge Thomas W. Varnon is the subject of a article by "Falcon" in the Louisville Timet of Tuesday, and nfier referring to his recent election to tho office of County Judge of Lincoln, the writer insinuates that the judge is quite an old man and wks: "la this my old friend Tom Varnon, whose celebrated speech on the function of the human spleen so revolutionized medical science in the United Slates?" For the benefit of "Falcon" and thc thousands of other friend of the Judge, the fact is now made known that Tom Varnon was, according to tradition, a member of the Constitutional Convention which met at Danville on the 10th day of April, 1702, and Gov. David Merrlwether, who was one of the oldest members in the last Legislature and has reprefented the county of Jeflerson In that body ten or fifteen sesiions, thc first dating back to 1S31, eays that there were extant at that time some traditions of a great speech that Tom Varnon made in the House during the session of 1S03 Samuel Saunders, Eiq., of Laurel, remembers that the judge was an old maa iu IblO and waa considered the patriarch of the House at that eesiion. It is yet told among the very oldest inhabitants of Frankfort, I leirn from an old gentleman who knows, that our venerable Tom Varnon nominated Gov. Isaac Shelby in the convention which was held at that place in 1312. No stranger seeing the Judge, here at home on the streets every day would believe he is over 50 lie is one of the few men who has the satisfaction of knowing that everybody is his friend, for he is one against whom no one can say auht. May he live to gee many democratic presidents elected in these United States and in the language of "Falcon" when he shall be called upward, "may the mint grow fragrant about bis grave and the laugbinz waters from a mountain spring pause to whisper as their wavelets pass the place." Siietaw. well-writtr- n sion. art's estate will please tile them, as 1 close up the business. An infant of Lucien Perkins died at 1 Y, Executor. J. H. .111! It his residence in this county Monday. 281-3- Lancaster. Circuit Court closed after a dull Any persons rxroTioE haling clslim against 2 W. II. If. THOUL'SOxV, Of Laurel IMe- connty, Ky., is a Candidate for tlupeiviaor of Taxes for tbe 8th Cn,(roMlnna) mci or ftcoiuciy, November elecMon, 1881, am going o Hoy Stew- - I'll HOW. W. S. YOUNG. the 8th CoDcr.nlonnl District, ai a insmKornf lh. State Board of Equalization, subject to trws awtt-of the Democratic party at the p'linuy electloo iai m uem on me oin nay 01 oepimrjer, isav. LANCASTER ADVKKTI8EBOTS. We are authorized to announca the Ilea. W. 4. 1 ouiijt, ot Laurel county, a Candidate to repremai According to our prediction McCreary carried Garrard. The Governor will make a most excellent representative. L. F. Hubble haa purchased the outfit of the Central Kentucky iYcirs office from W. 0. Dunlsp. The Aeua will continue as heretofore under the management of M. D. Hughes. Harry Webber played "Lancashire La" to a large crowd at City Hall Tuesday evening. After the play the young men present gave an impromptu hop which was enjoyed by tho-- who remained, 'Rumor had it that a young man from Danville will lead one of our most fascinating young ladies lo hymen's altar about the first of October. We wish them all the joys attendant upon the marriage state. Misis Daisy IJurnside, of Stanford, is visiting in our midst. Miss Marian Wol-for- d bus gone to Somerset to visit relatives. Mrs. Margaret Carter, of Lexington, is visiting Mrs. Judge Owsley Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, nee Miss Mamie Farra, of Cincinnati, are visiting relatives in town. FJLKM VOSi SAJLE! Lincoln county, containing 07JJ Aorra. There. Ii a large, barn on the place and tbe other Improvements are lair. It is well watered and fenced. I have 5 acres In tobacco and IS acres in corn that I will tell either with tbe farm or not, as the purchaser desires Terms liberal. Callonoraddreas 1). If. MHXX, 231.2m Mt. Ealem. Ky. ftileui Post-offlc- e, I offer for salo privately my farm, near the llua-tonrll- lo ACotrey's Mill pike, 1 mils west of Mt. HunooBON Tyxusrvx . LANCASTER, KY. Office over Citliena National Bank, tiflc 8 to 12 X. m. and from 1 to 5 p. M. L. houia-rrot- B. P. WALTER ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! I will deliver Ice to regular customer! every morning at r. iiubblk. ONE CENT tl LANCASTER, KY. Will practice in Garrard and adjoining ewuatbn Accounta due at tbe close ol each month or when Appeal. Offlco bloekv ! .9.?.' !Public Bquare. In the Roblntos Wy customer quits. South Hide 217-- PER POUND. ii. E. It, in now. BUHDETT, ATTORNEYS A.T X.A.AV, & HUDDLE s. u, BOaDaw. TAXES! TAXES! To TaxlnyvrH of Lincoln: ENTERPRISE Grocery. Xiaiicnster, Kentucky, I am now ready to receive the tat for the year l&SI, and aa I am now three months 1st- -, I sui getting ready to collect 1 am compelled to pay Into the Mate Treasury Ihe uio.t of the revenui due, and will have the most of tbe county claims to pay by October 1st. I earnestly ai peal to you to come at onco and nettle, lor one ol my deputies will beat my office In tbe court house la Stanford PAINT LICk, GARRARD COUNTY. at all times to wait on you. It not paid by Oct, 10th I will bave your personal property levied on Rev. J. G Pond, assisted by Kev. G. to make it. I mean what I say. 1 do not intend to what ought to be done W. Ferryman, is conducting a meeting at In be twclre months dolog.V, three. .IIKSEFKE, tJberla Lincoln County. 279'tf Walnutla College this week. GEO. D. BURDETT Stanford Female e3 OO.. HAVE 01 Lately been Making Extensive Additions To Their Block k efHiMlitJlJg And now hare tho Best Stock tral Kentucky. ThoyhaveParler and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, Cane and Penitentiary Chain, Marble Top, Centre Stand & Extension Tables, Woven Wine, Cot ten Top and Hair MatBedLoum-ges, ia Cear TERMS MODERATE. tresses, Folding Kept in a First-clas- Beds & Cots, Wararoba and Sofas, and Everything Us s Furniture Stor- - P. w Bi8B Ft! Grauulaled Sugar Prices COMMERCIAL HOTEL! 8TANFOHD, JCY. I have rtnted the above centrally located BoUtt and will use every eHort to give entire satlabctUa.-tojhpublic. Meal, cool rooms; excelleattibfttr cheap rates. Olve me a call. 22-4m e i3 P -- 3' H'N i jr. B. CLAHm o ct Wool Carding & Spinning We are running our mill for Carding and H1Ib and lolnggood work. Wool can be sent by eaan SXf P. o p P h P P 0 tousandreturneilsarne wayj pack grea aweursv ly In bundles. Carding white rolla, S eta, btaatex laftr-nlsh- ed, 10 eta., per pound when greu and mixed, 2 cents added when we furnish It. Beadeaav your wool and give us a trial. C. II'. it'ATSOX Jb 270-lMltChfllsDurr, "JT m E Fm pj P i CARPENTER It CAMNITZ, MoKINNEY, - 239.3m UNDERTAKERS, - - KY.. Are prepared to lurolih Wood and Metallo Burial Cases, Hearse and Burial Itobes of all kinds. w OPERA HOUSE, STANFORD. KY. d rr P W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor-- . eiaeofStage,:20xS0. Eight couinleta sets of 8es- ery Beating capacity, including gaiiery, ew. Jleasonablo rates to good attractions. Addieeav aa above. 11 nr flHllll DYSPEPSIA, -- I. IS. Baldwin & Co., Halms', J.AC. Fischer, Voe A. Hon', Baldwin dc Upright and rjquare Piano For teat also tbe Ksley, rjhonlnger and Hamilton Orgasa. Instruments ild at prices and terms to suit purchasers. Don't give your orders till you get our prices and terms. Danvlllo, Ky. Co. 'a Cottage, 1'oit-oUic- o, RXPSUKKTS Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and IndianapIlst Ind., dealers in t?llnway A Sons'. Decker Brosv'. TONIC, Mu,ia 1S2.II HALE'S WELL. jr .; -- life.-Lout- sville ipirani Kid-lirv- n I 1 1 - Having leased thlsdeslribla retort sad Ibar-buithlv renovated it. I am now nrenared to acee- n. luodute the public at the folio wing rates: I 7 69 Board and lodging, per week . 1 00 Pei day SO ier meal Cottage of 2 rooms and cook room, per ek 10 1 room " ' " ' " .....,.. r wis single room, per week Families who furnish their own rooms and - - 09 board at the Hotel, per week No two families can occupy the sime cottaaa-withou- t : tint making a special eyn' rates to clubs. No persons allowed to take watw oil In Jugs unless he is or has been a boarder. Stable and accommodation for horses. Accommodations furnished from the train at all times. ,. ... ' Hpll 26i.tr Jl sV. E.yiiliEJmAlt, RAKPER'S PERIODICALS, PER YEAR. ,H Harper's Magazine Harper's Weekly .409 Harper's Bazar .4 00 . 100 Harper's Young People. Harper's Franklin EcusreLlbrsrT, one year 10 0 (42 Numbers) Postage Free to all subrcrlbers In the Ualtad. Statesand Canada. Remittances should be made by Pot-C-o Monsy Order or Dralt, to avoid chances of loss. Newspapers are not to copr this advertlaemtat without the express order of Harper 4 Brotheia. HARPER A UltOS., New York Address jr lr 1 si Lung Affection. bulj dt Mcltobvrti & mK?. Stagg. For tale by yvflP)fjtwHMWMUWHMBgwi brought to bear upon tho little republic. Over Ludlow's door was this carved ino scriptionnot very long demolished; ,,Om.ii! Hlumforti mMi " "Ererj land AS SEEN BY GEO. O.BARNES - September 12, 1884 tAnford, Ky., is a brave man's coutitrv.' 2500, 1 10 1cm than in a previous primary The fatuous castle of Cflillon lies at Oie Going back as when 2,700 were polled. W. P. WALTON. far a)1879 we find that Blackburn got 2.121 4 Park Terrack, Hihiioate, London,) point cf the glorious lake. Byron'e poeui has given names to hotels and boats end N. July 20th 1881. votes in the county, while Mercer Rave Dt&r Interior DEMOCRATIC TICKET. DCitr.is villas by the dozen. Hotel Byron is just Madison gave Knott him only 1.392. -- 1 -- . To copy my voluminous diary would above the castle on the hilMde. We met -- 4.9) ev- Mercer 1,045. So it will be seen -- ; 2,215, Drugs, Books, Stationery anil -FOU I'ilESIDENT, ' s difonly bore, and yet I know I shall have the Bonivard steamer as we oauie tip. Ver. while Madison is in close proximity to the " f. OBOVER CLEVELAND, "iMTCf. rancy Mrucies. ficulty in condensing the record of the ten non and I did the castle hurriedly, but limit, Mercer voted 847 more democratic Ok New York c..c''- days preceding tho above date. ..... rr, mn 91 drain; roitijMninurH. thoroughly, going into every accessible rnvmnu. votes in the primary Saturday than in the s, . -- Altu We parted from our dear friends, the roil have deroom. But tourists innumerable Blackburn race and 1,201 than in tho THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, most regretfully, on the 17th. They scribed Bonivard'4 pillar and dungeon; the Knott race, or 20S more than Knott and JjJ it lyTMa '1?"" tUt e cjz.i a hwrni-- n wi. OF INDIAN!. accompanied us to Auberge and torture room; the well of horrors, with its Morrow ;ot toother in that county. We diligence for Cossonay picked us three stone Heps and then a plunge of SO roil coNoiiKss, sincerely hope that the revolution in poli- where the The Largest Stock of Watches, Olook, MoOREARY, tics there will continue 'till November and up at 4 r. St.; and we soon rattled ofl down feet upon sharp knives at the bottom; the GOV. JAMES B. Jeweliy nnd Silverware paco from the one grand reception-room- ; different Or iUuiiON (he outlook upon - .'i, ' that Cleveland A Hendricks and McCreary hill at a very iivnftv-- j liruMchi lo tlili maikpi we came up. This time one horse did easi- the lake; tbe moat and und l.tr Imn l.owt-- r Dim I will get the 2,219 votes polled in tho priwalrh(M, ( lurki un.l Ji.wrl'f tbe U'M' ly what two did with difficulty then. The the great mountains that tower above the on lioit iimlff it 1, J Vrm.itl Adistatcii in the Iltalun iW from mary. diligence that bore our fortune? was a Han- wlude. It was in no ntne a dKirpoIct- Portland, Me., churls tint Mr Maine i A Garrard county gentleman told the som cab on four wheels, with driver in directly responsible for tho publication of metit, which i really tho ltighent Lcsington 'livntaripi that Phil Thompson frout instead of in the rear; which is as tae rcandil on Cleveland KtuI bIiow lli.il can give concerning a spot so thorough politically when he killed thti complexion wag given to the csmpiiKn killed birau'lf fie felt that the murder of complete a flibernianisiu as I am capable lv by poem nnd proe descripWaller Divis. of; come to think of it eeeing that the only tion as Chlllon, by Mr. Blaine's pergonal friend and cam Wnltcr Davis was wholly inexcusable, and thing that constitutes a cab, a hansom, at itaigu managers sfier full concuKition with Returning by rail to Lauanne, we re' believed the belter class of citizens in the all is the fact that the driver rides behind Ilia. The evident intention va to divert district also felt the same way. Rut for Frnir-bsgiiage, ate a good dinner, vehicle. What I mean, and were offforBerneby Ihs 2 r M express. attention from Blaine'd venal public record on a 1)1 AI.I It IN that tragedy no man could have defeated then is, that our diligence had a hood and mid bjr opening a camviign of ncandtl, enI could not have imagined anythiug this I'hSl Thompson. Hardware, HorNo Shorn, deavor to divert the public wind from the front opening and folding glats frame to side heaven so very lovely as this NittlillPK, Uroeurk's ,r"11 a,'M Mulligan letters nnd o her evidence of his quiTiiMWiiNS IliiKKy lVhljiH, Wc have received from John 1. Morton keep out "weather.'' after the hansom style, beauty of the country between HiiRW W Ium'Im, Move, volume of 300 page, and only accommodated two inside, Oar Lausanne and Berne. It was simply thrie Wills, line of public office for pergonal prufit. If & (a. n ueatly-boun- d Iljiriicw .Nmi!i, niicr-MIUiKUine did really luggesl uch a couree, the entitled "The Louisville Alinanncand Bus- - driver furnished another remarkable like- hours of enchantment indescribable Unites, Mid Im Cover, 1Um"' democratic papers, while otuitiiiti; at no hum Guide," which is indeed a complete ness for he was the image of uiy old col way of this "enchanted land" the cily f SiimtMturc, Torn MiHIurc, time to (how up hi public record, should hand book for everything one can wish to lege chum, and afterwards brother-in-law- , rreyuurg, with its ancient wall, running Lecp it constantly before the minds of the know in and about the city, It is infact a "General" Harrison: He had a slightly "up hill and down dale; ' its (juaint chuich Oliver Chilled. Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Wooden and Cast Pumps, and the Cclobrared iliyflold Shvator. Tin Roof- people, that he seduced Harriet Htauwood, most valuable book and a credit both to diflerent "chiip" for his stout mare from tower and genenl medieval look, i in per Uiat on the interference of friends he Becret Louisville and the enterprising publishers. that practiced by "Jimmy" Owens, on the feet keeping with the beauteous ret. inland Ga tenng; will have prompt attention. the way up; but it answered its purpose It married her two month before ehe wai Sitlrimr " Jul HUrttiUt.Jr. With Berne, where we had an hour and s There is nothing newer from the to become a mother, th it when the child well, and she sprang forward, responsive to half to look about u, before proceedmg Uh primary than we gave Tuesday. it. We ran into Cossonay in less than half died a tombitone wan erected on its grive Lucerne, begins Gttinan Switzerland The official figures from all the counties giving the date of ita death and that tince The tho lime it took us to get from there to Pre streets all have rugged German names, ind are not yet in, hut McCreary has fully 3,000 tfau question ban been ruined during tuiu de Joux. Our plan was to catch the Berne although tbe French is understood pietly highest' opponent. campaign he has bad il chicelled ofTto hide over Thompson, his express at Lausanne and sleep at the Hel- generally, il ceases as a commonly spf ken the real facta. Ilavin instigated a camvetian capital. But we reached L. after its tongue. In Liueanne one hear n t!i i g NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. paign of slander, lei him have il for all it if departure, to our disappointment. Trust- but French, at a rule. George Wolford, a brother of the Gen- ing tho LORD to send us lodgings, we worth, only be sure in all cages to "tell the BERNE is the centre of the nnciei.i com truth." That will make it lud enough for eral, died in Adair this week, aged 53. went up to Monsieur Dufour'a abandoned mouwealth and as compared with citits of . DRUGGISTS HID PHJUIHUG0IT1ST5. X. D Pratt, of Racine, was nominated house Blaine. that the good lady next the surrounding ctntons, though there is a ( Wiscon-cidoor had the key, and joy of joys! could nominil equality, she 'till maintains I er With hundtede of hired speakers and fv Governor by, the democrats of speak intelligible English. It was not long old thousands ot dollars thrown broadcast to supeiiority. Her very o , A. E Wilson was nominated for Conthe ignorant voters of Maine,the republicans gress by the republicans of the 5th Ken- before we had taken possesion of our beds, silion i regit, he sit like s. on the ii:.vii-:uleft in ttatu quo by our sudden departure on crsg around whoe base the besutiful river oacceeded in carrying tbo State by about tucky District. Hull Paper, Minis. Musical an early train, just a week before. We roar or murmurs as it meets much or lit-t'livuiiculN, 15,000 plurality, which considering that it Itooks, German Club at An independent Manor Iiistnumii'iitN, slept as tired travelers know how. Our tie opposition in its coarse. It is k ight Stationer;-- , in ttie home of .Blaine and that the democ- Cleveland, O., 3,000strong, has declared for t Pocket OIK gave us a good never to he forgotten, to look over the cirC kind Madame next door TolmccoM. ulliry, racy made no fight for it, more than the Cleveland & Hendricks. Lumps, Perliuitery. I'lr breakfast next morning and after fervent cular balustrade that keeps the spectator Machln local organization could do, is not such a X. L. Bronaugh has been appointed thanks, we were ofl for a ride on Lake Leh- iroui a piunse uown a Our famous victory after all. The constitutioncounty attorney of Jessamine to fill the uiiit precipice, ami ,,""' J.Tfelry,SllvortTnrcand Optical (,'oods iirp.irtliicnt In In CliurirP of Col "111 Kopalr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In man. Our disappointment of the night be- admire the superb bead of the noble river JA'fJ' ,l,cI,ur,K al prohibition amendment was carried by vacancy caused by death. the het fore gave us a better thing than going on to mat run in a (emi-circion ooin noes trie wurly 40,000. Blaine voted the straight Richmond and Lexington are to be republican ticket, of course, but like the connected by telephone and a capital stock Berne. Did the LORD disappoint? Not handsome citr. In thi bone aboe bend, a bit of itl But He did what He is always nelected in the olden time for ita impregnatrimmer and time server that he Is, dodged of $7 000 has been raised. doing taking up the devil's disappointt the prohibition iwue. There is nothing bility, von have Berne, with its In respone to the Ohio republican whatever in the result of the Maine elec- wall for help, it is said that Blaine and Lo- ments and turning them into the loveliest houne, clean treet and under ' blessings. Thus the old riddle of tbe ages cover this lat feature making it tt tions to discourage tho democracy, but on gan will visit Cincinnati on the 17th. yifr is made true at every turn. "Oat of the it A Uw fragment the contrary, it has stronger reasons to feel of thi covered pave ' Gold has been discovered in the Little eater comes forth meat, out of the strone ment one sees in lari greater confidence in fiaal victory. notably, in r pot, I Rocky Mountains, about one hundred AND forth sweetness." But why not say in the Kue de Kivoli but it U the rule in miles northeast of Benton, Montana Terri- comes Richmomd celebrated the famous victo God disappoints in order to bring blessing? lierne. 1 can testify to its utilitv in a ' ry of her honored townsman, Gov. Jas; B. tory. K'lii-iiitui-- e ! Ex Gov. Jas. W. Throckmorton has I dare not, for I can not bear to think of drenching hower, for it came on to pour McCreary, Monday night by building up with one hand to tear while we were in the midt of our itinera my God s A Full ami complete assortment of I'uriiHiire, and procefelonr. The Irvine been renominated for Congress by acclamaeiiibrneliiR ov-e- rj or blowing hot and tion, but with very little ineonvenience t Guards, preceeded by a band, marched to tion by the democrats of the Fifth Texas down with the other; thing from the riieapiHt to the I IiichI Parlor Sullen. Xo cold with the same breath; or giving out foot pijencer', except at tbe cr m district. mi neetl to o to (he tho Governor's house and in smwer to calls oltle- - to mahe 3 our purchascx, 110 mutter Clear Like, a Wisconsin town, was salt and sweet water from the same foun We strolled along, exasiiuint; thict; at uiir Klmtquuiitlij ho came forward nud made them a feeling anil uill diiplleato says "all His ways are ways of leisure, a if the weather war no objtct a' pcech of thanke. Nj man ever had occa-Bio- n half destroyed by a storm Tuesday morn- tain. He any prices you can obtain clseu here, helng aililed. Alxo pleasantness," and disappointment i not all. The "hop are darkened r I t r a full to feel prouder than Gov. McCreary ing Tbree periona were killed and many ol Collins. a es, Minimis anil Holies, cmhrao pleasantneM. Therefore it can't be His ranetnent, and it ha it dmdvax'.!';:, injured. -- soi single voie wsca.i againsi Mm in iiiK-i.i-j nit- - .tM .iij il-- , uoiu eiieap mid penshe. V.nro room A number of .towns in Minnesota Jand way. If He did one thing as well as an- doubtlee; but we enjoyed tu naveltr . f 1', Richmond, and but 77 in the county in a opposite .It. Asaph Hotel, Maulortl, I should always be dreading His greatly. The bear i the Eerncie aj.ltmi total vote of 2 570. His overwhelming ma. Wisconsin have been, visited during the other, Nay, heaven would not You ee it in evtz part of th citv, ttc'.m l jority in all the other counties, but four, week by Btorm, destructive of life and changes of mind. TAYLOR'S lJpER rtm be Rccurt; for how do I know that for His on dri:il:ing fouataiii': piiattd en t .jn P'operty. M eho'wi that he is indeed tho people's choice &&& BOSS Co. and my good, some fine day He grinnini; ami tc'irii'S a: you vervu-- e The will of Senator Anthony has been own glory ud that he will be elecied in November by might not appoint another periol of disap- St. liruin tuut be the patron -- air t A (I 2,000 roles, no matter who thS republicans filed. The legacies give abaut $200,000 to titAMnEKsuuna.pA. pointment and pain? No, it will never Iiernepe. his aister and relatives-an- d to public nominate. F.Vf AwRrdsRt the Louisville Espoii in tho way God puts work, except to put it $25,000. The fretuacy of iht drinkii.e i The Bourbon JVetea says it, bos it from tiou in 1883. il very n t1 A negro gin aged 11 gave birth to a Si "An pnmv hath done this" unnleasant .in the middle ci th undoubted authority tlmt James G. Blaine, I a ? 10 CV) her-- o 1 in ,f j MiUJKNcCj ,rr .Villi frH heoltby child at Alexandria, Ky., this thins: while I come in to thwart him and ble, with nere and there the ovril:w iu t i in Hi lfmi .in..iil .: .. I'.irui.la liirn who was a "pretty briggely" young man ' M Il nil II e N nil V 111 IOB week, the most remarkable case in the his- recue you. And to anger him nnd please covered .nl inakinc a pliittn! r.vu!e' " (.,, ! Mil'. ! and hot blooded withal, got into many n , II r fot Utile tIJ M matin w you I will even give a better thing on top iti cemented channel: ;othin the of obstetrics M rll f.r " i. (ttli. A Mint difficulty about the women and on one oc- tory Tho death of officer Fowler, who was of hifl hateful attempt to make you unhap- it fubduet rippliugf, a It flow dowr casion nt a country dance or apple-parinX). WKAItU.V, one of Guileau's guards, recalls the fearful py. How the heart closes in with such a centre of the M w-.- , or mark---e- . at' tho old Jack Standiford plsc he got lovo and trust or eome other "sraHe." Thi little How we can ! ORNKUALAUT., P HAMTON, invocation of the murderer of Garfield-Fowle- r caught up with in some of his monkey was killed by a prisoner in his Him! How securelv can wci rest in His meao4 rtreet. I am creditably informed I w firiNroAp, K lMruti Agftit Etitei Amuifoi. toward tt young fern lie attendant and unchangeablenewl And the reason we shall know nothing of the "terrible German " charge. waa taken into an by some of George C. T. Hall, a Courier Journal never be disappointed in heaven is because There i a funny bit o'childi'h mirhin tho girl's friends nnd wai giveu a genteel roporler, ffas cowardly assaulted by a po- the only source of disappointments has been cry in tlie tower of tbe Ten Hall, which There are eeveral living liceman whom he had charged with drun-ue- cast into the burning lake, where he can every hour "iroes off" thrtc minutes before to this affair and if Mr. Ulaine wants' The force is evidently aping their never again harm us or thwart tbe LORD'S the hour tribei. A cof k !lip bi ! A T'OM iITSSTYVY TT litilo libel suit on this, we are wide open, chief. unchangable purpose to bless and make once, in a wooden wav, and crow like a ' " like a burated watermelon Payne, Viley & Co., commiesion mer- us happy. No, friends, 1 have done lorev-e- r young AXI rooter making his fir: attempt to Gov. Knott has inaucd an address to the chants, LiuUville, failed for $200,000 with with "charging God either foolishly" or proclaim himself grown; then a procewior. people of Kentucky touching the peniten- aaailfl at lcs than $30,000. The partners ignorantly. I can not afford to risk a hard of bear (of course run sround a central tiary and convict labor business, which is a have run oil and the worst kind of swindle thought of my God. Il is more than tower; then a ceated royal personage lift forcible and clear statement of the law is charged. to have to fight "the world, the hin right arm and hiceptre together; then enough A TiHrKO Stock ol'lhe i'ollouiii); Johnson, the accomplice of Ingalls in flesh and the devil." To add the LORD to the court fool tingle tbe hour; then the which compels him and his w to hire out the convictn, since there is the "burking" of a family oi negroes, will thepe, as against me in any way is too cock crow again and ooq after the great Ingalls "long odds," for a hope of coming out first clock goes- ot' and tells you wbbt time it not room enough in tbe prison proper for be hnn? at Cincinnati leasthan half of them If there is any blame saved the sheriff tho trouble by doing the best in life's fight. To keep on terms of The whole thing i' very ancient and if one Baker Grain Drill?, Buckcvc Orain Drills, in the matter it does not attach to Govern- (ob for himself some time ago. perfect accord with my God is a prime ne- will stand long enough to think that this McShorry Oraia Drills, Hoosicr Grain Drills, Since White and Ochiltree, of Texas, cessity. And to do this I raui.t not believe ab'tirb bit of comedy h bt en going on in or Knott, but to the Legislature The Knlnmaz Harrows Governor has simply douo his duty iu the have declined a what will tho that He has a hand in anything that is un- tbe same way for over .1 hundred yearn, Champion Sulky Plow,, 01.atu.uon Steel Beam Plows. matter. next Congress do for clowns? Mr. Speaker pleasant to me, seeing "all His ways are without intermission, it lend a respectabilOlder ilillf, Oane Mills, Cane Mills, Evaporators, Feed Outtors, Tammany will hive a rousing meeting Carlisle will have comparatively little use ways of pleasantness." This is scripture ind ity to the athir that intrinsically it can lay BuKgiOH, Carringofl, Surroys, Spring WagotiH, Farm WagonB.&o. t New York to night, when it is stid that ur bia gavel. Richmond Herald. "scripture can not be broken." no claim to. Another good man has gone wrong in formal reiolutions endorsing Cleveland and But we were en route for the lake. I The cathedral is good outiide, but han & A few 3Iolinc anil FurM anil Hrailley SulUy IMousat I,chH than Cost lo close out. uenaricKs will be adopted. Having pout-o- d Louisville: Andrew Musselman, deputy shall not soon forget that Rail upon its blue tawdy ornamental ceiling, not to my tarte, sheriff of the county, has resigned his posi- waters, For exquisite azure, Lehman ex- though eome admire it. Our hour and a all this tim, and hU crowd hoald have been puinHied lo conlinuo so tion. Ho is reported $5,000 short in his ac- ceeds all the lakes wo saw in Switzerland. half in Heme was delightful. to do to the end. The presidency is not counts; said to have lost it all at gambling. The steamers are excellent and swift nnd ;CouUe'-'- 1 ctit luue.j The National Cotton Exchange reports have only one thing to do make it worth to tho democracy the eternal dicker Ilarrodibtirg pitented the gad specta and trade necejairy to keep them loyal to the total crop for the year ending Sept. 1, at pleasant as possible for the tourists to whose cle of three funerals and burials iu twelve 5,713,200 bales, against 0,919,750 bales for patronage they owe existence. the party. hours: Mrs. Sirah Young, PArker Hardin, The shore on Ihe Lausanne side is very eon of Judge Hardin, and Mr, ht. M. The republicans of tho ninth Kentucky the preceeding year. The exports have deLOUISVILLE, who was the wife of the builder, prei district acted exactly right in nominating creased about 00,009 bales and the home charming in its cultivated beauty, as its opconsumption about 200,000 bales as com- posite is grand in ruggedness. Vine-cla"YV. IT. Wadsworth Opens August 16th. over Culbertson. The Closes October dent of and principal owner of tbe South1884. terraces, deep ravines, bold headlands, pret- western railroad, and wts a 1110H estimable latter is a confirmed drunkard, whose sprees pared with lost year. ID ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. The collapse of the New Brunswick, N. ty villages, combine, as seen from the lake, last no long that he goes into delcrlum trechristian woman, a devout uiembei of the mens and on one of these recently at Wash- J., National Rank and the suicide of the into a Paradise of beauty. I didn't want Methodist church and a woman ington he tried to kill himself. The only cashier and then the president, have con to get nearer, it was mucn pieasamer 10 all those christian virtues winch make a By Cappa's and Gllmoro's, tho mast famous bands of tho world. thing to be regretted about it is that he did vulsed that city with excitement. The ac- enioy the lovely surface beauty from a lit- - home and friends happy. A fond husband counts are found over a million short. WalLargest and Flncst'DHplay of Machinery In MOTION over witnessed anywhire. not succeed. tie distance, than to come nearer to have and five little ones, the youngest but a day ter Carroll, a depositor in the bank, waa so LOWEST UAILWAY HATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. the dreamy pleasure dispelled by any disa- or two old, are left to mourn this irrepata. TiiE Louisville Time wants the Legiela-tur- e excited that he auicided also. John Leet-oo- greeable discovery of things that were un- ble loss. A-IRcalled together to repeal what it calls ,T a clerk, died of excitement and nerknown, where "distance lends enchantthe obnoxious convict law. Then what? vous strain, Give Up Yet. Don't CCiTr,Jri72TG- - ix PiCT-car- s to the view." Airasnxcji.. ment Have the whole 1,200 convicts thrown on It doesn't follow tbst a patient will Oil- lceauie Ten werkirf Ktjlucty'i erest iculptor, Joel Hart, the ten rotnbl collection of the towns, The commissioners of the Sinking Vezey is the most beautiful will lie State? Does the 'limes suggest any Fund advertise for bids for the hiring of as ithos the most exquisite surroundinge of thedoctortbTe"BlTtn him up," or that bo Mm whs uunurca coumicnn rweniucKy win miiee einioitl, duplayins producti Meh will demonilrate ,u. jwic ucmcnuoui capacities anu luture greainen An occai on for Ken tucky recover Jut letaaie tley irotnlie to "pull remedr for tho alternative? Wo have heard the convicts in excess of GOO pride and TKIUMI'llANT. for working on cultivated mountain scenery, commingling through," It !i ncTer to )to to try th grsat of none. railroadi, canals, water-way- s, levees and in with tho wild. The regicides, Ludlow and vlrtuei of rrkc' Tcnie. Mr. Mlthae! Oullfoyle, IMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS N. Y., as eurtd of Rheutnstlira Hon. Evans D. Allhutt, of raining, lor a period of four died and were buried here. The of BInghsmton,years of unijieskaWe satferlEg. Mr. by It af er teo Preientinc at one time m linei over SlflOOXX) worth of honei, cotnpriilne all the the Legislature, died in the Insane Asylum first day of iiext October. yearj from the Broughton, urei that liave made The law says latter read the death sentence to pjor It. W. Moibtr, drai'giJt, otameclty, ccr'.ICo that t Anchorage, Wednesday, and if half the Switzerland would not give bo bai toU over a thouiasd bottlts cf Tsrker'i charges of the brutal treatment there are they shall not be leased or hired for n peri- Charles Rex. true, an investigation and a change of man- od leas than nix months or for a longer time them up, when they found an asylum in Tonic throusU Its riutstlos ftr fill n.l itber BENNETT H. YOUNG, President. j. M. WRIGHT, General Manager. euro. agement U at orco demanded, than four years. her territory, though mighty presure was ,i who affect lo beliovc a much apparent in the Midieon county primary as in the Mercer. The total vote caot In Madison is TncnBarc thoe that a fraud eeeraa SWITZERLAND. TATI PiilWY PHARMACISTS, Jy 1 1 'Si' -r' tr T, Du-four- -- .s post-hous- JEWELERS. draw-bridg- prat--on- well-know- n 5'? Wli Iflibllfdi fane s 8fc ever-changi- Collar, , J al fiOBERTS&STAGG !- and-foun- n. Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky,, i;jn i 1mik, Taint, NPh. nnr. Arm, "' e ' wall-buil- nide-wal- L B, K WEAKH, UNDERTAKER, in lare lrelht lealei feon-Tire- rfiiulllyyonuiit, uslcuu Ii. 1 Taylor Manufacturing I trU 1 tn-t- e- -r irt " m g ;?:. Gnd-frlHid- bus-inc- cl g cow-hidin- g. wit-neai- cs OEQ.yB. WEJmENT, J-"- is v If Nlf iivjjnv.iui j MANUFACTUIIERS' AGENT. to-da- i. Ta-ble- EXPOS TTION 25th, -- SOXTTHERU' d poting TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY u, BTjriLiDiisra-s- , cnoicrss CK - sit 4M o fiTTTtnrrwiriniM mtm .cmr Stanford, Ky., Soptorater 12, 1884 LOCAL TIME CARD. 8nu tb. ..12 tn ... l M Plkasi: don't forget the firiit of every month. coal in cash or due Giir-r:Bright " n. TimtK iiavo been came offering a of com in this vicinity at i'2 cr barrel in tbe Geld. Hi " l.&N. Hall train going North,, r. m. r. m. (iEO. II. IlituoB A Co, Imve received Come (juick for their new fall clothing. Earn si rain" fuiitti.. " Norh " ' A.M. .10 a.m. ..2 M choice. Ki.oun. I will deliver i;ood Hour to parties in Stanford nl $'J per hundred. J. E. Karris. can FoT.vl), a nohl ring, which the owner Ket by calling at the Ikteiiioii .Iouk-NAl- . oflice and paying for thin notice. John Ttioabofo Is calculated nn standard time. Holar timet ..bout 20 minutes LOCALJOTICES. K r" jk v1 i acknorledgement. police court made a b' uiintake. The man rKicholanvillc Journal. above referred to ehou Id not have been Mo The Conference at Mt. Sterling in prebut instead, the man who sold the Kobert & Staj-gVBright, Jr. sided over ly .Bishop McTrere and ICO liquor should br.vo bcerr hanged, the man NEvrkade of roailjr mixed ftfiinta for Mn I). F. KoL'TON bad a borne stolen minintern are present. Tne nppointmcnln who mode npring trade at McKobertA A SibkkV. it ehould liavo bin distillery Kevn. from hi tu whilf be wnn in towi Patnruay will de given tu the public Watoiith and Jewelry repaired on short torn down and the boy who hoed tiie corn notice nnd warranted br Tote A Penny. nilit. In another column he otlern a re Harry Heiidernon or Mr. Pollett will jirob-abl- should have been made to take a rutin's b nent here. A comi'I.ftr ftock of jewelry, inle-- t ward for him. done of ntrap oil. otyle. Kockford watche n epecialty. Tate Elijah Elmokh, a touhc ton of Mr. J. LAND, STOCK AND CROP A I'enny. HUSTOHVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. Menefee Klmore, ban been uilein ever Wheal wan down to 77 in Chicago Notwithstanding the amount of feeling PERSONAL eince the night of the circin with one of yesterday enlisted, the primary election pwned with bin father' beit borne. It in nuppo'ftd he Mlt. J. H. 1'AXION ban tbe ferer but It II M Billourold t, Lovcl.lllard unit'iiil )iiietiios. Tbe poll books, show got itruck and ran oil with the ahoW. aouicwbat better. c.Utle at Sis. head ol that the Went Eodcra were by no means I'.J. Sau.ndeks, of tbe Harrodnburu For Sale Twelve head of 1,150 pound unnnimotis, but when the regular election Bio Land Sale. Mr. Jamen Crow ban IKMtofllco, i. in town. H M. Ballon, Stanford, Ky. eold bin farm of 300 acre, lying on Hang- steers cornea up iliev will make a united rally in Mi.hh Katk (J m mm ban gone on a vj-- it A few sale of oorn at $'J in the field support of the nominee. ing Fork, 130 to 1):. Clifton Fowler who to frienda in Dtrullle. gets the homo tract at $73 per acre and and some at $2 25 delivered have heen Bro. Hile waa called to Danville on Mk. Guoikic V. Hiikiiit in attetidlni.' 170 to Mr. Jo'hua Jone, of Pulsfki Sta- made in Fayette. Monday to attend a funeral and was comConference at Mt. Sierlinir. Jarnen Pepple fold his farm of 00 pelled to bring hi, meeting to a cloee. Five tion, at ;iS. The latter in not improved ... Mahtkr Jimmy IlKAzt.cr, of Liuls-vill- e acres adjoinirg Leo Hayden to Mr. Perkins, persona were baptized by the pastor, Bro. U with 1m Mr. Hue The heniTol Clay c unity returt,ed Jno. of Garrard, for $7,000 Taylor. One other had been received by Sitemore to the jiil here Wedneeday, toKlu.rt. John C Tucker sild hi ftrui of 280 the church, but bsptiniJ was postponed on Mil. Lizzie Smith and niecr, Mi gether with Harvey (iibeon, chargid witli acre. 2 milen eait of llnili Gip atation, to account of indisposition. Bro. Hale will Illanche Maeoniieltoer, of Danrillc, have robbery. Sim Dnarn, who laid in jail eo W. T. Tucker for SS.000 cash deliver a pnrtiug discourse to this people been tbc UMtaof MIm Itflle Hiifriic. long, wan tried at the recent term of the Carter Moore, of Scott, sold to Gold- on Saturday next. Mr. J. OrrENiiKiMKit, President of court and given tbrte yearn for murder. smith, of Cincinnati, 20 head of cattle, avIn an article last week, speaking of our tbe Lincoln LindCi, and bin interesting Barge Baker for rape only got yeare. eraging 1,525 pounds, at C:, to be taken in school eyntem, I wrote the word State infaruliT, returned to New York Tuenlay Both to the J d yesterday. stead of oourtty. I intended to eay that the October. MlM 1'iajhk.ste Jknninok, who baa numherof cbildreti of school age in the .'1 G large work I have for eale mulee; Tke report that conductor Austin, of been viitltii; fiiemln here for ceteral county in about 1,000 white and 1,000 colnice horsen ! milk cows; 1 yoke work cat ored, making In all tome 5,000 to bo cared tbe L. A N. had punctured the diaphragm months, returned to .St. Iouia Ttiedaj. tie; 1 tent almont new for. It in true many of thene ore in the Sec Owens, Coi.. Tito. '.. Monnow, of Koniernet, of Snm Embry with a pi'tol bullet thereby olaneea of academies and colleges, but it is Ky. cau-in- g bin death, turns out to be untrue, tbe brighte'l acd Iwt of all tbe republihIso true that the majority must depend W. B. Jarboc sold to Mr. Jnhnnon, of cs nn wa brrr fteterday en legal buiinca. the more'n the pity. Sam in one of the upon tbc common school. Tbe momentom 9ih has come and Tut: cheap fits tu Ktnui (rut ohm-l- worn! negroes that wan ever permitted to Boyle county, 6 lead of cattle, average B. Spaulding sold gone and tbe grand excursion has reached of MnrolHltei and others 14 ake th eieur live and when it wan rumored tbtt he bad weight 1,106, at il here ln Tuetday. The following went from True-hur- been suddenly cut off there wan ereat re- to same 3 head at J 50 and 7 head at $1 on dentinatiou. The gathering of Uie ciana l'limJuy wan astonishing, In addition Mr. sal Mr. It. H. I.jllr, .Ml l, Floreim 73 Lbnot Standard. joicing among both whiten and h!ark to thu nest bent on the Western trip, and Imcj llueton, I.lrrle Carter, Sun lutls, I). C Terhtir.e. nf Murrpr. irihl 19 reartho relation who came to see them Carrie l.ytle and Julia Cooper. Ilr John H ()i The trial of John Waddle for killing ,r.,c ,,. T II C.r,nl,;r nf IViiiim. multitudes, prompted some by a longing off, ley. William Uurten, W. I'. MiClary. John W to I OBlngU. J T Cnl(,l)i, W. II. IVnnr. Dr. Champ Murphy with an ale bottle, wan see, at SI 15 per head. The mulen were join the party, some by mere curiosity, O. II. Mrllwberli, J. U. Nnnuelley, Dale V..lfWd, cilled at 2 p. M. yeiterdty. County Attorlarge and fat, several of them measuring 1G (locked in from every quarter, until tbe village presented n scene of animation nevII. II. Wllwn.Cira T. Mcllot-- ft. J. T. ney Carpenter was auinted by W. E. Var- - hands high and all inaren save 3 er belore witnerned in our quiet communiM.O. Neflut, (irerge MsAlliter, Wni. liubht. wiuie vui i. .. .Morrow anu iteicu ix The stock exhibit will begin at the ty. Tbe crowd that took tne train at More-lan- d Mrt. June llvliMlt, Mrs. NshoIi Cliiitxh, Mri. probably numbered more than 300. Mir; Hurbrr, Mrt. ttamintli Hubble, Mri. Letl Bautley represented the defendent. A great Exposition September 22, when thoroughllMbble. MIm AIII4 Hubble, Mr. Millie Ware, many witneene-- were examined and after a bred horses will be shown till tbe 27; from Ins estimated that Williams and Penn, r. M. Utrur, Mri. Kdna Hill, J. T. O'hilr, U. (,. patient hearing, Judge Carson held tbe representing the Air Line, went out with the 30th to Oct. 3, draft horses, trotting 1otw, Usui Hardin, (LA. Waller, II. C. Wilier. prisoner for woundirgin sudden beat and horses, saddle and harness; dairy rattleOct. 160 and Howard, of tbe O A M , with 175. A. T. MMI, John Murphy, Iter. J M. Hruce, Some of the'e went for permanent settlepiwion. fc.tu llelw, Jr., J. H. HuthlBB', J. K. Carson, J. W . 6th to 1 cattle OH 13th to 18th ment and many are prospecting with referJaiar. lid. Hweeney, Jwwph JhDwn Three Jaii. StniAuE The sewer from the and sheep and swine Oct. 20 to 25th Kail-roa- d ence to future location. The majority, perbumlreJ b0 male went fruin lluilornlllf, the jail, which in tbe alleged cause of so much haps, are simply out on a larze-tizeand will transport stock for exhibition mere preailnent uf wIuhu re meutloueJ Id out emphatic lark. The crowd, though large slcknen ilh those whose businenn keep. free. by no means homogeneous, were comletter Irtto Iher There in a good demand for shipping and them tu the vicinity, can, we learn from fortably Kcccnimodated on the cars and the LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. Felix McEihone, who put it in De cniiie nun uui tew uuering. viner graues report of parties who joined tbe expedition fixed for ;10 no that tbc gan ctn not escape arc low and auu. i he warm weather nag as fnr as tbe Ohio river is that thus far they wheat at Bright A Curran n. Seed affected tbe price of hogs and they have proceeded most pleasantly. A great many Fektiuzek for wheat, Ac , at V. II. at the up er eud of it at all. We call tbe declined. Sheep are in fair demand but of our prominent citizens arc on the route, . attention of tbe magistrate to this and ak Hlggln.-among whom may he mentioned G. D. that they investigate tbe matter when they lamba are dull. Tbe Cincinnati prices are: Weatherford and wife, D. S Carpenter and A rALi. lot of .eigler Ilron'. Hkoen junt re IATJLK. wife, F. M. Yowell and wife, Arch McKin-nemet, the first Monday in October. .... ?2.9W 6 Powirttn m mollum wife and daughter, W. K. Williams ct!veiatS. II Shank'. ' '"0,' ,B 'x,r',u,,',,tr' S5.oo and wile, Cam Austin end family, Henry A inCKiDEr. writes thnl he don net , o.wy.u Ail-ti- n For Kent. One of the mont desirable LOn.u uif and wife, George W. Rifle, T. L. think "our position with regard to thl in- &iucari no J uicr,nii lenJert t.ti-- S Carpenter, David Johnson. B.'nnett Cloyd, store looms in town. W. P. Walton. fernally hot weather in sufficiently V Ul.O". Jr, Will and Hirry Hooker, Sam Knid and aV un to tat It at length 'flediri tu'ehen tni bwry (blrrwn ? ft Wtf .S5 ami ttifi--, Leslie Keid. J. W Alien and Mr, BoVrt Pay Up. MtCnry, Durham acd (kkI paekr .,4.(Vt ikj Wakefuld, of Danville, in search cf a cattle Fslr time ThaiDpsan lntn jnnt rercired at (ieo. If. We had thought if there ever wis rafriM gooi Utfct &.1AS.W much. Among the younger ladiea who that wt had dodged tbt iue it ctr'.aimly Bruce A Co.'a. .. 1.0065.90 graced the expeditlin wtre M icn Salllo user. wa, not in una winner iMmne. it'll u Mm. 1'xiu I. Maitixuly ban opened a Cook, Brtiie Drye. Minnie and Maltie $SMT)1.U that aoute pejpl can not understand CoMraifn ti fair. Mncand T. Logan, Katie Powell, gntrnl airtmnt aloru nn Depot street .toOTi io rKirx.... .. t.tOI.23 Salliu Tartar, Lucv Burton, Agnes Weathtne pmneni nnguage anj lor usntn. Ljj.U4c.jmn,oa to cli..lc ... and inviten tbc public to call erford, Min Wesley, Lizzie Page, Sarah we win roiieraie mai we nave no pauenev Curtis and others. The competition beat- CoaI.. lumber and jkmU a cheap an the with the apparent attempt tura oK DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. tween agents of rival roads, wan very strontr, cheipeot 'or cah nr oxejiango far butcher wophere into i boiling, fielhlng haUk,and round-trivarying of Af er aluiit thrtt weeks' contant work tho pricedown tickets, in thought the gen Stuff. Cull Oil Williams A ltamsV Kill uinn.irt nn inan fnr offirp'wiiu Iom to 0. It from fU lht m frt,nt,,s. imS fi,oro nl- -0 eral avernge to the roads will be aoout $5 ,' not stand squarely and f.irly or. thU broad proach. completion, CA81M on the September civil dooket per head. , j.itform. - 77 of tho 0urt of Appeals will be heard for. ... "' Mm J.hn F Gallagher and her obil- LIl'IftC'sJON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. " owl argumont until the January term. Kn0XTii,f( tjrough ( pMfd Tho weather cull cutinuen very warm; town Wtdncsdav to vimt Mrs. (.allngherV spring tint raiely vr ar kcowii logo I'i:hon indebted to me will oonfer 11 taught two of; our bwt yo n p'.,, ' . Birnidf, of Garrard dry havu almost l.Ied Water in being great favor by calling at Mrs. Sue Stew- the otrijr night which they will be hfcely father, Mr. Alle-coutv. hauled from the river for washing purposart's, and settling up. Min Hello Hughes. gone out to call to remember. They !. M. n Thnrmr,,i nf ii.u ,.Un es r.nd it we do not have rain pretty soon and hi Just received a full line of (iUber.nw.uo on two young hdien at 11.20house old gen two tine mate mules which he will offer we fear we will have to U'e it for dunking nurna.e. tbe quite late. At for ale next Monday, county court day. and glassware which we will sell very cheap We are glad lo nay that the sale of in supprss'ed to a very Call and examine our stock. S. S. Mvern tleman awone auu minKinr .1 was neiny TneT Kre oroffM in co)or) ,jx ye(lM o!(1) 17 4 o'clock, hi. UMial hour of getliug A Co. f. hsnd, biKb and good, true pulltrn. great extent and it is to lie hoped that when mistaking tLe minute for the hour hand, Tlie t.0,..ltv cItrk i(wlI(Hi lic.0 on the lawa maile ny the omcera 01 the incorI AM receiving daily a splendid assort he aroi-- and waking up the trvantn break the lUlh lor Thou. Dots and Miea Sirah poration are fully prepared and put in acrnent of fall nuititign to which 1 invite the instead of Watson to marry and on the 11th W. 15. tion, that we will have quite a peaceful fast wan on the tablt at attention of tho-- o needing them, II. C little place. the usual hour, 1:30 A. M. The young Wbilehoine anil Mr. Phoebe A. Guthrie of Cra'i Orchard, is Minn Sallie Vad Kupley, Merchant Tailor. men were called out of thepirlsr to break- - received their passport to depart from the visiting the famiiv e f Siinuel Wrd, of this We have received our first nhipment of fm' at th)rt solemn hour and felt conider- - yttA if ainrvlA hlfld..ilri0a place. Ben Nolin, of Covington. Ky., is upending a few day with R. C. Hume, of ladieV, mi'sen' and cblldren'n kid and cat humiliated whn the old geutleuian -- Kutoria Lodge K. of P. of thin place this place, Chan F Kidman, of Sinks, has Mf snoes. lomeani re mem hi our new torf tticm l0(lt bovn in bin young days u,ed receivej no,ice Thurndai of ivn assessment returned to that pi hm nd resumed hin ntore. Geo. H Bruc A Co. and to go to bed before o'clock next morning caused by tho death of Win. II. Crosa of work an operator. Cinrli" L W. Bettis. guera' freight agents for Mn. John W. Hiti'man, of (iarrard, when they went on a courting expedition the Greely expedition, who died some- Geo Kentucky Central railrod, were here tln and Minn Victoria Lamb, of this county, Finding out bin mintake in the hour he where in the neighborhood of the North Wednesday, conferrine w'uh our shippers obtained license to marry yoaterday at the apologized in a becoming manner, and the poll, on the ISih of January, 1831. It on tho subject of cheap rates. 4 young men returned to town determine! bridc'.n father's, Mr. Jamen Lamb. eeuiH an though tbe brethren who launched on profiling by the night's experience. .ikyv Aiivi.ivnsEiars. off Mr. Cron ought to pay at least a porCait. W. II, Spkadi.IN, of the Cneea The Lauisville Com. tion of the expenee. ASixoi'LAR Suit. peake A Xanhville, passed up from the latThe repnblicin committee of the 8th ter city yenterday and from him wo learn morcia! thin describes a singular suit Congrvional district mot here Thursday STRAYED OR STOLEN ! Jack-nothat the money, the right of way and other brought in Louisville by William II. London, against J. M. Fobinon A Co. to take into consideration the advisability From I ho l'mliyteitan church at StanfoiJ, necennary matlera had been arranged there. nli!ht Int. a coal blatk lioria. 0 er old. In April, 1SS3, Mr. Jackson wa the owner of nominating a candidate far Congrena in ISUorliihaiiiUhlEh.wUh straight back. A lib and thai a surveying party would start out this district After discusiion the commit- era! reward Trill be plveu far ill 1 return or Infor. in ten day. Now is tho timo for our peo-pl- of a wagon Hnd team of hores. About iiiatlon tbtt will get blm. IS. 1 ItOVTHK, that time J. W. McBttb, a traveling agent tee adjourned to meet again in London, to act to secure the road. PreactieriTllle, Ky. 2SMt for Kobinfon A Co , visited London, and Laurel county, on the 25tb Inst., when the The Odd Fellow, have built a. hall that after working that town was anxioun to matter will be still further considered. is a credit alike to their liberality and to miles dis- Tboic present at the meeting yesterday reach Manchester, twenty-fou- r the appearance of town. But why, oh, tant, tie engaged Jackson's rig in which were Tom Cardwe-11- , Harrodeburg; Wily why did they spoil all by putting such a Linrfnceburg; Login McKec, I liavejuitoiienect ou Depot ttreet n lull Hue of to have himself and sample transported Searcy, I will tell nJ Fancy Urocerlei door on Main atreel? Surely they will not acrosn the country. The start was made Danville; G. M. Davidnon, Stanford; Sam Staplo country jiroJuce. tbat altoacent low for fortbo or lata Wooleu Mills Varni nri'l FJanoeli, of as it is when whitefitaiifont let it remain painted early one morning, McBath having first Anderson, Nicholasville, and W. B. Catch wlilcli 1 always keep a full itcck. (Jive mo a call wash is eo cheap and urtinta ao fJcnliful. J. .11 .1 TTIXG t, V, supplied himelf, it is alleged, with a bottle ing. London; tho other counties were repre ami tare money. btanfonl, Ky. 23V tl several needed improyementa of good old Bourbon. He waa very liber- sented by proxy, We note Mr Jonepb S. Moore received Tuesday ' in our perambulation around town. The al with it, and before manv mile hal been I of the team found him-Ec- morning a dispatch that hi, brother, Judge Carpenter House has added a varandah covered the driver so intoxicated that ho couldn't tell a George Moore, of the Superior Court of I will oiler at public tale to the highest bidder, and a number of rooms; George D. Wearen Amador, had been found dead in bis bed on tho premise', 2 wllei from v.intord on Stan is painting and penciling hla residence and culvert crossing from a white oak atump. lori A Lancait rplke, on SATUKOAY, SEPT. 20, of 3 nillk personal proper IsSI, ; the Commercial Hotel has a McBath then took tbe reins and presently Monday morning at his home in Jackson, Cows, myyearling Steer, 1 tr, ccnsisilni: 5 head of 1 luclslne Calf, came to Hone creek, which was very California. No other particulars aro known Horses, ao mioats, l'l Dig non, is unmin, s ncci new pavement and several other houses he Hay, 150 Imrrels ot Corn, Rinalnj Implements. much swolen by recent rain3. Had it been save that his family wan absent in San nl are being painted. Houietiold nnd Kttc'.ien Furniture. Terms of FrancUco and that he was probably mur- sale, cash. bale begins at 0 o'clock a. M. the Ohio river it would hive been all tho Oun Crab Orchard letter gives the sad inMl It SlltS. E. J. JIOilKilLY. same to McBath. Into tbe creek he drove dered. Judge Moore waa a native of Dan Jimmy telligence of tho death of Uoclo of 1870 tbe team and away went the horses clear ville and a graduate of the clam who expired at 2 A. M. yesterday of out of sight. They were both drowned YTe atudicd law with Djrham and Jacobs, of llux, aged 70. A kinder, truer or more and McBath and the drunken driver had this place and after practicing awhile at honest heart never beat In huradn breast a '81, narrow escape from a similar fate. Jack-no- n this bar, removed to California, where his OX SATURDAY, SEP. than that which is now Btilled forever, and fine abilities were soon recognized by his I will sell to tho highest r.ldder, fcrcaih.at the claims that Rohinson A Co., Hre reducdoor In Stanford, Ten BjiuU of the a pang of regret will be folt by every one ible for the aoU of their agent, and there- election to the judgoahip ho held nt the City8 of titanford, One Hundred Dollars each, bear-lu- g pur cent, luterait, payable who reads there linen to Know that Uncle fore seeks recover from the firm $350, time of bin death, a position equal to that JOIIX J. JIvltOltKltrN. Jimmy ifl co more. May tho sod rent light- the value to bin tam of bor-e- s. of citcuit judge in Kentucky. af n . at? cicrk. ly over him. i Hov your school i. lawk, from Tate A RELIGIOUS. A man in Danville, whu u n n ... F,. . BNh'jri Ttwt. V. Dudley will preach at man when his head in leavel, but who unfortunately does, not control oik of bin the MelbodUt church became no boiateroun from the Eld C K. Mnrnball waa taken Huddn-l- y drink on two occamonn thin week ill yenterdar and had to dlncontlnue hit that he wa fined on both occasion by the Brancli indefinitely. oieetiiiK at police court. Thin wan a very proper proIter. G. II. Hout and family have ceeding on tho part of the court and in from a viit to the Old World and looking about foraome one who should be were given a reception on their arrival nt inado to settle for the public di'&rder, hit Vrriwillen. upon tbe tight one; that in the one who Eld. 0. J. Young clwed on Monday committed it. Cut according to tho views lant a two weeks.' meeting at Silem Church, of the latter day saints, who would manage in Madl'on county, with !) addilionn; (38 tho "moral" part of our buinen for us, the by confewion and 37 by I'uh BRIGHT -- & CURRAN j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - cuny, Hr.AiHjirAHTCiu fornchool book, nl d, GROCERS I -- AND y J0BBER5QFFL0URANDMEAL -- 1,100-pouu- d WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY - -- I. WAGONS, BUGGIES ANI CARRIAGES, iel to Hue-tonvill- e, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. Q -- er ALSO THE- - 1 - HXost Complete Xaine -- Hard-war- e and Queens-war- e IN THE OITY.- - Car-w- i i We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your . Patronage. BRIGHT & CURRAN. y, r i t en Din-widdi- i'. T. R. i mr n " ! , rf W--A- Tn tee Main s&d Somerset Sts ALWAYS OX IIAXD FE3LX STOCK OF ii,lin hl I e Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Qneens- ware, Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- -- 1 VEKY- LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- e , Bat-nr.- goods sold on long time. USE- Customers, No o New St3?e! i: IrOTl FAVimV Made from tho best Minnesota Wheat. 1WB Forfinlcouljby T. K. WALTON. f) lf PUBIalG SA&S -- TRY'- store-rooms- We J&.S C5-OOC- Plus 3. "Ultra Coffee, Ct& Mc-Allat- City Bonds For Sale. 1, (.(iiirt-lloii.o BEST ROASTED RIO, ForHaleouIy by T. R. lVAVrOLY. PROFESSIONAL An Ideal Old Man. supplies nt Sanduaky and that he must imrrIImm A RiHa-Man never attained hie ideal. He comes mediately evacuate the place, savo himself X' r f I J we Allot IM SAM M. BURUKTT. B16WH, J. W. and the soldiers under his command from nearest it the day he leaves school; all that BURDETT & BHOIVN, destruction. When Col. Croghan read the year ho hovers around it in pleasant proxStanford, Ky., - Soptember 12, 18S4 orders from General Harrison he cursed imity. Sometimes I think Iiu quite attains AT V OtlVBVS V'P 1. .V W Of Knit licit ) University, T.iij-triii- , Kr. w , Mutrnl. . au lfln ISMyr MT. VERNON, KY. 1; In ti. .- -, t Tllae t CManlM. Ik I' nil DIM .ma, II i. In. i. I But a yenr like a pirate and swore he would fight tbem it on commencement day. Riari l riuilr l TrtrtrtpHf - Lllr I urn ALEX. ANDERSON, Letter From the Late Moses Wright, Who if he was killed the verr first one in the away from schoil ho and his ideal part W" .. 'tTii t Tt. , j 1, t ! r.1 it In Died in Wayne County in 1873, fort. Cjlonel Croghan called upon me, as company. He sees it drifting farther and ATTOUNEV AT LAW, rr. jar rmm u i r n lilt-- v f THECRBAT ontri Nicholasville, Kv., Sept. 1SS4. I was the best rider of a horse in the garri farther away lrom his eager hands, I have Will practice inDAtfVILLE, KY., ana adjoining Plploaup -- MIMI IHlTl anl HtTl li.. ..M nr '.1 I i . the Courts of lloyle rutin B.nthr'ilDiiu.l a.ietr Ul I. .a I'tl nf flu - VII To the Editor of the Interior Journal In myown brilliant and nggreire career, rouutlM and Id the Court of Appeals. son, to take a message to to Gen. Harrison. riiU.lrlrlM) tint.lr l . I ,r ir eriin ir. umm ellmiliiFmriiu WlLllfKH.HMlTll.l.it.iiM.i,. I enclose to you for publication a very I rode very fart and reached the headquar- pursued several fleeting and more or less J. n intereittojr historical letter I received fif- - ters of the Commander-in-chie- f about day- perfect ideals. From where I now stand At Xjiiw. teen yeira ago from the late Moe Wright, light. I was shot at by Indians at least at the distance point I cm sea the majority AnJ Master Commissioner UoekcAstle Circuit Cour, ! MT VKUNON, KY. eoldier in the twenty who w a brave Vlratnia 111 practice In the Hoekcastle Courts. Colleo times; one ball went through my of them scooting under tho wire, and I feel 1M war of 1812 and a resectable citizen of cap and one tore off my shoe heel. When I that I am shut out. One, I can see, is yet tlonaaepeclahy. Offlce In Court-houThis notice fortwarna humeri, flihenuen and train)' not to trfn.iMon our lands irith ut Wayne county, Ky., for more than fifty presented the note to Gen. Harrison he was nearer in sight, and I am very loth to see LEH F. HUFFMAN. si all inch acti are IUMe to tw procccuteJ yeara. The letter was not written with a in his tent drinking a cup of coffee. As it get entirely away from mo. to th" full ettentof the law bTANPOUD, KY. btxnlonl, Ky March I7h, 'hluncl view of publication, yet it contain some soon as he read the note he got very mad South I have my ideal of physical perfection Ofllce Myere aide Main Htrtct, two doon above I), McKlttrlcL. Uui A V. M.'itcLuriilafi. the A. IV. Carpenter, very intereitlnn historical facta about his and swore in tne presence of reveral officers in the aged. This is the msnner of old PurnNttroua Hotel. Oat administered when re II. T. Huah, Oxide C. lililiop, F. Held, own'erIceJ during the elege of Fort San- that Croghan ought to be shot immediately man 1 want to be. 1 am not n tall man quired. It. t'olib, Lett HuVtile, iiCiiangeandwIlh Speed Unrivaled P. D. ltho.le. Hlidilni Kelly, defense made by Col. dusky and the heroic p. UoTcr, for disobeying orders. I reached Fort San- now. I do not really have to stand up to DR. W. B. PENNY, W. ('. MiCoruia.c, 1UI.AJ (1. 1.. Carter M. 0. SHORTEST George Croghau, that I have thought its dusky on the evening of the lit of August. look over the back of a car sett. I eland AND QUICKEST ROUTE llUlltlHt. T. J. Hill, J. V. IVeatiierlurd, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. raou LonswLH to the publication in your truly independent C. Vanor, Win. Iturton, The horse I rode died the next day from up merely because 1 can tee farther. But s J. x. Murphv, umce nour uuim uTi-- iwoi.a. would greatly interest many of his the wounds he received on my coming asl grow old I want to fatten up. I want to from S to Wr a. y.anl ijyuv p. more,Aneitbetlci ad J. A. Harris P. W. Carter, u, to a J. M 11(11, Eil. Carter. nilnlitered whn nwemrv. dependents now living in Wayne and Clin- back. I received not a scratch. My cloth- develop a capicious J. It. McAlliter, so that T, J. Poiter. J. I). Jonei, ton counties, Ky. The letter is a brief rec- ing was considerably riddled by the biush, when my summer vest is hanging on the T. M. White, J. Q MonUomerr CARS S te.vC 6tnn boxpottage anl which H. E. ltuuell, Mrs.J.J. Moherly, ord of his heroic eervicea In the war of 1S12 and about thirty bullet holes I counted af- line it will look like a schooner coming APRI7P btD acoaily tor of g'uli, rccelte M.T. Marcuui, Wllle ItoeV, Montfomirj, Atlanta, flatannab, jMt W. E. Anion Jackiomllle, Mobile, and N.w Orl.ani. his country ter reached the fort in safety. On the down "wing and wing." Then I can wear will help all. offlthtr ax, t more money rlfht A, D. Newlinj, H.J. riant. and the services he rendered I aar than anythlof eli in thli world. Fortune 8. W.OIteui. A. i' NewUnl. during the recent struggle between the next day our army, numbering not more my watch in my fob, with a great big seal await the worker! abo'utelr turo. At once ad' BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Irrl dreMTauie A Co., Augusta, Milne. .North and South. Such a letter U worthy than one hundred and fifty men, were " I"a!te Can Without Chena daneline from It like a bell clapper. I Tra. Mark. MKHKaT'D NPECiriC, of publication and should be preserved by only had one small We want to be short in breath, and wiiecza SHORT LINE TO THE EAST all who appreciate true ramhood and unfron L0uIm,b Palace Cars ltheulchanre. tksSP in the fort, which the brayo Colonel Cro- when I climb up stairs, and puff and pant JTIic (Jreat English Ilemcdy, i IsiFw selfish patriotism. CjI. George Croghan, ghan nude us move with rapidity from one when I walk up hill and have to take two Iiapoiltlrernre for Weak Memo-r- r, EMIGRANTS the heroof8andusky, was a nephew of block house to another, to deceive the ene steps to croes the gutter. Imi of llraln Power Nerroui And I would receive arcclal low ratta. I Kxbauitlon, (Vmlnal ) Weikne, Gen. George Rozera Clark and was nineteen my. Ua tbe last day, in tbe evening, 1 can wear a clawhammer coat, with wldo lappel, Se Agaoti ol thli C.imi.ariT for ralea. muti luipoteccy, and (leneMl Lou of "' t. r. aimohi, g. p. 4 T, A. I'owerol the (tenera'ire (irmm years of age at the time he defended the distinctly remember the assault made by the all the time and carry my handkerchief in B. H. BURNSIDE, '" "'"' Loulavllla, Kr I andalidiieaiei that lollow at a a. works at Fort Sanduaky. Gen. Harrison enemy on our position, Lieut. Shipp caused my hat. I would like my lnir to turn lining, (juen'-- or youtt,r I Imprudent or ' theiceao! matured jreari, aurh TmJrMark. in hU official report to the War Depart- all the old pot vessels about the place to be snow whita or Ise fall off I am not very This Old .. Well RTvi riwn , iriTeraai i) uiuiiu'ie, i am la the IMmn-i Vlilotit I'rema.. ment bestowed a high and merited compli- broken and put in the cannon. Tbe gun particular which. I would like my mos-tacHotel Still Maintains itB tlurea Old Ae, andf tuioy otter Col. Croghan. He said: "It will was crammed to the muzzle and at the time ment on that let to Inanity r High Roputation, to bleach out until it looked like a In all raieiof Senile KVi:it HKATaiiiv IX A TKH1 not be among the least of Gen. Proctor' they made their attack Col. Croghan suf- streak of Hour across my lip. I believe Wtaktieit the ?xsta u I ke AND bafcbirm. reitorln loa or falln vu mortifications to know that he has been fered the enemy to reach the ditch, when this Is all. I think that is the pbotogrnph KlTe lluDilrr,! the eye brilliant at the finclnnat years of Lieut. Shipp opened tbe masked port-hol- e Its Proprietor ii Determined that or, gttliu to bfainr, 10a ine i zrti&mm&Jm I ; A ,VIW" '" ' '"Hollars In (loM awan. rrr ktl? fled by a youth fccarcely twenty-on- e nmpATKiing o( the kind of an old man I would like to . ?. . unu.ui . a. iin h .w.t,l..kul waii'ii m .a COUUtrril nsrln' "r "' be Second to no Country i ur tv-- j .- I.l,l v a. itl. it Shall uiiaiuui Affair TiViAiT Ii . v.T" V Tha in age, who is, however, a hero worthy of his and at one discharge at least fifty men of be. This is my ideal of an old man. Cane Hotel in tho State in iti Fare, gallant uncle, Gen. Geo. Rogers Clark." tbe devils and several officers and and wheezy laugh, of course. Appointments, or AttenCal. Crozban was the eon of Major "William were killed and many more wounded. The tion to Comfort of particular. Is. .'wpfiutT-taK- b And I am just as confident as I am that V.l twos'' M0''r,,' wl.l U I OMIOCKEb' .' their Oneiti. mil'ed free to erery applicant . AU M Crozhan, who served in the army of the enemy retreated immediately. We lost I will die rich, that a I grow old I will all torn- - I fJIS.Ii.. ,t.. i louuiiiie, Kr uiunlcalliMH totheaolo nun-fa- c ' inr.r. i' Revolutionary war under General Waah- - one man; be bad been sober he would not shrivel up and dry out until I look like a v Dutcaie w 111 be eonfejed to aad front the de Kanuattty, No. ingtan. He was born near Louisville, Ky., have been killed. When we went out shoestring with clothes on. : Sold la free of charai. Special accommodatl sai or Tscnr A McAlliter aaj a.l to Commercial Trareleri. The Bar will in 1794. His mother was the sister of Gen. among our wounded enemies I found a mac Iru;iati ererywhere A alnaja applied with the choice! Wkoleiale Asenti. ...J."11!1 fruitful Labor. George Rogers Clark, who overran the named Hugh Wiight, who was a clever hrasiti of I.laaori and Claari. ZJttMjti Louiinlle, Kr colporNot quite a year ago, one of the Northwestern territory during the struggle man and I treated him kindly. He had a & a for American independence and achieved lez badly broken. He remained a sick teurs of the American Bible Society was Chicago for the United States the title by conquest prisoner among us until he was exchanged. selling his books in tbe outskirts of tho 5by which that immense tract of country, I bid him good bye and have never seen nor city of Buenos Ay res not in those parts THE OXLVUKF. IIUNNINU into States teeming with heard of him sines. There were many clev- where the wealthy have their villas, but now a P11H1111111 a hardy population, became a part ol our er men among our enemies of the British where the laborer raises vegetables for the . a Cars! ?: great Republic. Both upon the father's army. Col. Croghan treated tbem like a market, and where some who are unable to AND ssOLID TIIAI.VS and mother's side Col. Croghan inherited brother. My term of five years in the ar- pay city rents find shelter in their ciwn N.Y. ; Washington, Philadelphia I: the blood of Revolutionary ancestry. Up- my expired on the 1st of August, 1S13. I hubs. Having sold a Bible in one of thote LOUISVILLE . The only line rjnni.ii TO CHICAGO anked peron the breaking of the war of 1S12, Colotuel bid Col. Croghan ood-byand have never humble homes, the colporteur s: , Crochan entered the army. At the early seen nor beard of him since, until you told mission to pray. While thus engaged, the (PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS .1?,,,fUL?0T,r'-I'atene- re I m(B the Eu,. Ilranch of U A N. It II age of nineteen he made the brave defense me in your letter that General Jackson ap- child of a neighbor, to whom eucli a fcene la tlm.ln ,.i. ,k "" at 'I liOHIITllle ir.ln ih. ,.u.. was quite extraordinary, stood at the door, By this brilliant pointed bim Inspector General of the Ar of Fort Sandusky. C s (.rcencaMIc, CranfonlHtllle, Lnfajctt, achievement he inscribed his name upon my in 1S3G, nd that he died on tho 8th of and no sooner had he concluded than she 3 5 the scroll of fame. He married soon after January, 1349 at the city of New Orleans. ran home and told what ebe had seen. vuuoku niwioui CllUllgP. I. T1JIK TAHLK LoiiUTlllc.Cliicli.itHf.nmlLtvx' formerly occupied the po: the close of the war. Shortly after the peace, Colonel Croghan was about five years Her father had liixton, Ky O BTA rit)SA. of constable, but the defeat of his political but during the administration of Jackson, younger than myself. He was probably Ialiy. lMT l j Lie. Iul,Tlle 7 I'l p m 8 r a ib he returned to the service with the com five feet ten inches high, with licht hair party in the revolution of 18S0 threw htm S: s. Arr. Oreeneaatle. . 01 a hi 2 01 p ia " Crawfordarllle mission of Inspector General, which was and brown eyes. He had a Roman nose out of employment. Three yeira of inac-tiyit- y J 05 a m J 01 p ia j Conoectlnic In lime depot ' Ufayette. .tU fait tralei lor greatest ex1 I a m I hehad reduced him to the tendered to' him by that illustrious old and was a yerj unpretending young man lpu " ChleaKo 7 SO am 8 10 nin ro. Col. Croghan held this office up to the when I served under him at Fort Sandus tremity. All human bid having failed him Tb,B,","l' rout"wih only una tban. ol time of bis death, which was on the famous ky. When at the bead of his soldiers he it occurred to bim, on hearing the report ' The Direct Boute to Lynchburn. Dan .erMka, Ae tor urth.r Ju formation. aldree Stli of January, at New Orleans. He died was verj strict and knew nothing of fear. of his little daughter, to seek help of God, aLbkan, i, i", A., 12. ville. Norfolk. LoulMllle, Kr in the 59th year of his age. When the He was kind and to tbe least and he Kent the child to call the colpirteur booming of cannon would shake the cham- man in the ranks, Nothing made him so there. On entering the houe the colpora All Virginia and Kortb Carolina a a ber of death, thoughts of the olden time mad as a dirty or a ragged soldier who neg- teur was told that he had been sent for to KENTUCKY CENTRAL B. fl a. Points. 1 For tlcketi and further Infirmatlaa. applr to would come over him and he would at lected keeping his clothing clean. I mw pray, to eee It uod would not help tbem your nearett ticket offlce, or f a once revive. He had beard such sounds him often punish his men when they weuld out of their difficulties. After prayer and "JIJi.C'UrnHM .J Hcaii, W, K.AHNOLD, AdrcrtlaloAgt, Ticket and Tail Ait., some, good counsel, In which be urged the long ago and they spoke to bim of the past. neglect keeping themselves clean. 8hortet and QalotH Boute from Oen- ti w MJf?iJ..'",,rlh.',VLoulTl"-'Towards owning the military had fired tral Kentuony to all Poinu North, I have written you a long letter and I matn'to pray himself, the colporteur withuea'j raa'r At't. """ diausr, 2. their last salute in honor of the expiring hope you will not weary in reading it. I drew". The unusual circumstance made a East, Wet and 8outhweit. BIchmoLil. Virginia. day. When it echoes had ceased to rever- was born in Virginia in 1787 and came to deep impression on his mind, and it war 4 fail Line Hetwten berate the hero of Sandusky was dust. He Kentucky after the war with England not loog before he found his way back. a' & LEXINGTOX.aV CISCUtXATI. died on the 8th of January, 1S49, aged 59 closed. Compliments to Colonel McAfee. The Interest spread and several of the Schedule In Eflecl tept. , jasi. years. A braver Kentuckian never died Repeated visits neighbors bought books. Your friend, Moara Wiuoht. The Direct Eoule to ! Fo. t, than George Croghan. Truly yours, Wo. tf fanned the flame until a prayer meeting o. li A New Political Argument. Ially Dally Saml, L. Doncan, was established, which his resulted in the Dally Ex. bun. El. aun. llarlng Jeterlnlnl to change mr liuilntai, I A generation ago a Mr Grimes kept a conversion of eight persons, some of whom ofler lor aale (prlratelr tur Saw Mill, tltuatej on CoilngtDD Ei.k SfBtNo Valley, near Monti- - 1 J 10 p a S 70 a al 1 00 pm " 'alui(iuth... ho'.el at Olympia Springs. She was a give good evidence of the genuineness cf Bruih Creek, In (ey co'intr, Kr The Engine V Ncrlliwett and Southweat by the way of cello, Wayne County, Ky , May 769 j 137pm " CyDthlana.. 10 npu II ok a id 4 lsiutlooarr; Uoller Oiil, hniflne lOi.M: CounIn pm UOa ul 43 pu woman of muscle, of business capacity, of ter Hhalt U Arr. Parti Mr. S. M. Duncan, Nicholasville, Ky. EJ'.ng Saw and (irl)t Mill at10 40 p ni II M a u 5 their profesdon by their change of life. IS JLOPISYILLE erCIXClXXATI. " talmton 111 IS pui 12 Ti pal o wo pm tached. The propertr la aod courage and energy. She was respected pu Dear Friend: I received your letter of Tbe man who asked prayer in order that Lt.. Parti... 0 JJp mill In Gootl II mining Order. Cbatlanooji U put inquiry concerning my services at Fort and feared in all that section. A gentle- he might beielieved from temporal distress, TrnintJ ,UT,IDI and Clminna lor makell Arr. Winchester. 111 ) iuI2 lu p ml 3 oopm lirllle I would be willing u'rect Sandusky, Ohio, during tbe war of IS 12, man friend of hers had sent her a live bear first found spiritual comfort and afterward Tltuher plentr aad tonnettlonat tb jnitnti with the Light-tilD- I.Te. Winchester . ti socio SA) pu to exchange lor good farm stock, tuch at Mules, tapreia on tbe Ohio A Mlnlialppl fr St Arr. Klthroond...... from Arkansas which she kept chained in J I SO p tu 7 13 p in about a week ago. I atu exceedingly glad ' temporal aid. For some three months he Hortea, Cattle, Ac. Loulaand all polnti Weil. ...... s S3 pia 8 41pm I'eraooi within to engine in tbe luiuher buil-nr- a " liowlanJ to Jearn in your letter that my friend Col. the back yard and it grew to be very large. has filled the post of I 3 23 pra In a will find a gJOJ oiwniuz hr applrlrc to 03n 10 TTnnro Oaj irotu Louiirilie or Clncla-X- J Arr. Berea 3 OS p iu Alien McAfee is yet alive and that he pars- She was an ardent and outspoken Whig, rising country town, where he lets his light i.otsAX. , ULUUlO houra ' Llrltistoc ..,.) 2M-liuitomllle, K. quicker than anynatl tost. Louli, Ulng paiMngeia 3 IS p m other line. glTlai our and a devoted worshiper of Henry Clay. " Ijh L..AN.lly ed through the great war of Southern indes p ml darkness. shine on the surrounding time for meaii and nnt tholce of iti la tialte " Wllllamshuru W p !U golDgeat. pendence with only a alight wound in the On one occasion tbe democrats had a meet- Through him religious meetings have been ' Jellleo...... . ' S3 p m ing at the Springs in the interest of their haad, The South in the late struggle had To Omaha and n commenced. On three occasions some of 12 Hours Quicker NoaTii-IloupI than by any Train no truer friend jior a braver soldier in her candidate for Congress, Judge French. the Christian workers have been out from Uaii negitUj-- by way uh lea jo Sotr: Kx. Sun ,Ex. BUn, atmles than Col. McAfee. When the hire- The speakers roundly denounced the Whig tbe city to aesist in this work at his request. UKUGGIST. L"- l:Uo S SO a m ling Keotuckians, who are heartily party and this disgusted Mrs. Grimes a LlTlnifiloa... - a iu good deal; and when they assailed the charThe Winchester S'ur says Clark prouiUej III SO 1. iu despised by the brave soldiers of the FederArr. lUchmoud . UW m al army, run him away from his family acter and public acts of Henry Clay, that to take the lead this jeer as the banner toAlwaya mates Lit lowland . . II 13 a mi. We are re- In and home, in your county, he came to my was more than she could stand. She made bacco county of this State. I.aucistrr ... ill 41 a in . I'n'imrln for a Lively Siiiiinirr Itlchmond.. . M p M . Con-uootioC Ol a Trude. house, be and Col James Saunders, I up her mind that this thing had to atop, liably informed that the prcent crop will iu Winchester . 2J3jiiii. 7 00 a m but what could she do? "When a woman treble that of last year, which was 2,000 took tlum in and treated tbem as if tbey Lte Islington X 00 . in" i 3S p ni. 7 an a m IIli line of sooli, la every variety usually found Arr Pari .1 S SA p in, 2 IS p HriUM of the kind, is In a With ail Ltnei at had.been my sons 1 knew that hireling will, she will, you may depend on't," and hogsheads, makinir the coming crop (1,000 in 10 a m large and tuple te. J.re r;inrheiter Mr?. Grimes was not a woman to be daunt- - hogarhtads, with an average of 1,000 pounds 2M p milt ij a m 7 20 a mi wretches hid treated them btdly and Cinotnnati, Louisville and St. Louis. Arr Paris IX p iu' 8 0A am I.te Pails sought to kill them for no crime but that eil rjy dimculties. She went into the yard, to the hogshead, giving the enormous rjuan- - Judicious Alterations in the Internal Ar3 10 p ni 2 It p m I 10 n m Arr Cyntblana.. 4 tf. p ui 2 M p in " 43 a m rangements Secure Room Oomfor: of being true to the sectiea of country that unchained her bear and turned it looee up tity of 0,000,000 pounds, fc'otne of the Xo Falmoiitli Omnibus Trum-Icraud Better Display. OitIiMIoii ! is very fine, while there is a little gave them birth. l"n a few day after their on trie democrats. Such a scampering, runJ5.I JL5 1L5LIL5?? - " Partli ularaittn' ou ii calied to arrival at my houe, I piloted them Safely ning and rapid mounting of horses were that Is short. Should the tobaccs sell a .MAV.SVU,I.K llllANCir. Conneetlous wade Id t'nliu Depot, et Louis to the lines of the Southern army where seldom s'een, and in ten minutes the meet- high this year as lat year, Mcon average A Large and Elegant Addition to the oTo" N'onbw, nJ .JiVhw"?' ol liu"' s'JlD XiTHRT Jfo.Ji. Sunday they were received with marks of the great- ing had vanished. This incident sreatly it will bring into the county $8 1,000 for tbe Dally li you are Boln Vet to aay pikt, call oa or OtOCK 01 Jewelry, oniy. V.x. Sun, K. bun. -helped the Whigs in the campaign. est distinction. I am truly glad to Inform ni, ,u lu. uuuirsiguea Dr. present crop. -- And articles o rertu.- Lve Covlnnton For lull and reliable Information In rigard to 2 00 p w . you that in looking over my past life that T.T. Elton, in Plxaminer. There were 300 fresh cases of cholera 7 00 a'"m 7 2fl a in I 30 !! ''"Ulun Ijipd, Ac, In tho tVeitern stitn, Hap., OulJei p in Vf.'.'.' -.7 43 n m 8 15 a m & 20 at Naples in 21 hours and 300 deaths. and loe.i ipccUi rates lor Tkiele and Household . no one can charge me with one single p iu A Steer as a Steed. An old gentle(lools to all points Weat call on or address IOa in 8 10 a iu .; :V" ?"u"rB- PUICE'S- 17 p in l.iUUSII! act ot treacaery or dishonesty I was for man by the name of Jones from Oik 8 SO a m 0 00 a in (J. 11. ALsOP, Bucklen's Arnica Salre, u7 p iu " Johneon.... Grove, 1 asstnetr A.-a 17 n tu 'J t Ohl.i .v Mi.ii..i.,r.i u,,i.is .. Ml. , uu II the South in the late war only from princi- fifteen miles from here, rode to a neighbor Tho belt Saliolti the world for Cuts, Uralses, " Ma.vB., 10 M h m 10 30 a 7 i. m Vf, 8oree, Ulcora, Salt llheuin, Feter Korea, Tetter, ple. I had no private grudges and bear no hood forty-fiv- e w.PEAnuDY. xr.&mrVE!!' Ko, 6.1 ' miles south of here, on Chapped Handi, Chllhlalni, Corua, and all Skin () Hi .No. 01 malice whatever against any man in the Wednesday, to notify his bunday Dally C V . PAItl!-- , t entral Passenger A.ent, Dally daughter that her nriiptlona and poaitlvely curei Piles, or no pay re only. Ex. sun Ex. Nun C'in Inratl, Ohio. Northern States who was a brave soldier in mother, his wife, was dangerously ill, quired. I Is guaranteed to giro perfcat satisfacHe LT? lV"rUU- fI' m 5Hi m I 20 p in tion or money relunded. Price 2i cents per box, the Federal army, but I can not say that I did not ride a wild and THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i0Jt?,T 157 pm fi 30 a iu 1 39 p in untamed hore of For aale by Penny A McAlliter. have afrlendly feelings for those creatures the pampas nor Tide in a 7 21 a 2 4 spin ' Mlllerilurg ' U 0? ! I chariot, "but 7 41 n 02 ji m FOR $3.80, An End to Bone Scraping. from Kentucky and Tennessee who were in mounting the hurricane deck of a m - 10 a 3 iS n in J;M ngton 4 IS Edward Shepherd, of llarrlaburg, III., iayi mi a 10 a m fi 00 p m tbo Federal army. Ciylngton .... a m j. mill HOa mi 6 85 p or steer, made the trip of sixty miles in "Ilarlng rccebed lomuch bent fit from Kloctrlc .. "Without . serin ,. Mine.- or. The Mnnni.in All the News for One Cent ! .. . m i In answer to your question about my aixtetn u, iiarnea. Tho lllatorv r.1 . r.raiigeusi, hours. He started on his return Hitters, I feci it my duty to let Buttering human- Comecratixl steorgethe Itoeord f ItiMleni Thnmhi, No, 3 runs dally from WiiiclieatJ? Life, . itTK services in the army during the war of this morning before the sun was up, his ity know It, Hare had a running tore on my leg and a Hook of Its Public Octavo; bound in bevoiled boards and tlutel cioth with 1812, 1 can inform you thut I belonged to daughter accompanying him, riding a Iqr eight y ran; y doctors told we that I would Kilt motto on coter; C10 pairei; ateel engraving of the regular a'rmy. I was five years in the pony, while hare to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. wcori j uumis pooiogroviure uarie; map the old gentleman contented I used, Instead, three bottles of Electric illttera "tho V.iulsbed City," 7 pages, 4 in01 the front aud ol CIKCUIjATIOIV 10. daily lr. 3 ao.ooo. army and wis at the battU of Tippecanoe, In the back lly learei ol fac similes or exact mmself with his faithful bovine. The and leren boxca Arnica Salre, and my leg li now siege of Fort Meigs, and was also at tbe ,n, "l'Cv. ilze and color ot Ink of lt?tonV.,!,l,y''e4YBKol,uo,,l,, party arriyed in Fort Worth at 7 o'clock sound and well." Electric Hitters areeoid at 50 lions made by the Trange lit hlmselfinthe inarrln. Helivere-- by boys to tbe housn of fuoKrlhcn In hia mountowns and villages within 3U0 nillti ot Cinsiege of Fort Sandusky, August 2, 1813, arfc.S?alruUo";,,,,r?oB,4V.",r,:0 C0T,D''8 lu a compact form his - J last night, and after some simple refresh- tenta a bottle and Uucklln'a Arnica Salro at 25c tain liibla, Illustratinga complete history cinnati, tbo nlgbt of puhlicuiou or Faith. Tins nuca t. of tbe per box by Penny A McAlliter. At the time I was under Colonel Croghen ments and a little next morning, pages reveal the ane pnraie marie flrVto'iY 3 P F""outh rest proceeded on their "I Inmost nature of tbn Evangelist and are made pubat Fort Sandusky the news was brought to way, intending A Startling Discovery, Ux'nxtun and lic for tbe Ural time In Uila book. Tbe Kaltb FOR O CENTS A WEEK. to make the rest of the S2.dallT e.r.n d us one morning that old Tecumseh, with a journey Dak,, writes tha Healing 10."" ui BY MAIL 2So A MONTH. Vo ''sVMV.'i' 8 i" Ij midnight, thus accomplishing blaMr. Win, John ion, of Huron, acute Broocbltle argumentchapter tbepages gives ihe history, tbe Hibllcal passsci and all bearing on wife had been troubled with 4 WpVi large body of Indians, was in a place calltin full. It la a book that should ue u every u mues in tony. eight hours on steer back, for many years and that all reuieJIes tried care no Kentucky home, and ahould certainly be owned Latest Telegraphio Newi! ed the Black Swamp and would attack us a leai never oeiore performed. Fort permanent relief, until be procured a bottle of by every convert of Ueorge liarnei. The book can Latest Market Reports. with tha assistance of the British under Woith Gazette. Dr, Kinj'a Now Discovery lor Consumption, rcuuiameii nownere ens ror less man 53.50. B7 J wlncn'ler ' and Washington; special arrangement with the author, who bavin' Cougbaacd Colds, which had a magical eflcct and General Proctor. In this state ,of tbe cut, new lorx, nai largeir wimurawn a 'tl ciuutcii iu S&SSSSSiSiiSfSS c- ht. any Cream cures sunburn on some complex, produced a permanent cure. Iv la guaranteed to agent es. rhe hook If: . K01 nnl ih Hiiii.ivcvriv MONTH ! H.J.B.MOU8K, General Harrison sent instructions to the W.iT"WIHTTI.E8EV, euro all diseases of tbe Throat, Lungs or Ilroncht-a- l Imterioh Joi'bnal(!2) are offered together rbi Passenger Acwit. the prlcnof th"Llfe of I!irnn" nlnn. th.i ,.n brave bo.'Col: Crojjhn, that Proctor and ions, lemon julcs Is best on others, and cold Trav, Pan. Aiumt. Tube a. Trial bottles free at Penny A McAlii-ter- 'i for8J.W, Addreis 11'. 1' U'AI.TOX. Lexington, Ky. r.w bSHSW"".?!. 'Jicumieh ouldcertsinldeitroy all our water suit still others best. Drug Store. Large rlzejl. Apply toOiace.Nor. jj,&; aul V Lonfwouh at Interior JotBruL, Stanford, KGeneral ilanager. imnaaal(yibtfi V , , v ti . i iiSVILLSHVIRR , ! .1 Through Trunk Line Attorneynsn. POSTED ls, I.t. HUnGJiON OBNTI8T, 1 er 1 '154-ly- r. S0UTH& WEST MYERS HOTEL, rny 1 . STANFORD. KY. Jtv Propr laJNL .TTu and ..w ui-or ""S"' e dlt-eat- ei Peerless Traction Engine. BLiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaajk i- r- -- I '' -- ' ""ini a d ..!." juitit.i jihint txi:o., rI u ""'" ilIOSTOX KOUTC Railway. " " ' i i uHESnPinNolHiyy; Louisville, New Albany sub-divid- Kentucky's Koule East Palace e J! A SOLTD TPiATWii-TWASHINGTON CITY. i d 1 I i r .....,. noble-minde- d r ItoiKe' to 7 Saw Mill For Sale n hi Mississippi 1 w. HOUTM-BofX- St. Louis & tho West Lou-Xl1 L. I tf j tf man to Till: HUSTONVILLE, 6F. Peacocli KY tUst-cU.- o I -e 1 n,r - O. fc M. '' 11 . Fast Time and Sure 1 us 1 Ferric! .o j M ijt I J "'" NoaTII-llOl'N- - i Liib of Geo. 0. Barnes 111 tSOl'TII-IiOl'I- 1 1 Cincinnati Evening Post. 111 111 d 1111 ' 111 Independent in Polities! now 1 rT'" wSM'' "" i-- flgfiaSi. D.c' TRY IT FORI ACENT8 Un, Pris Agt