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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884093001 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. VOLUME XIII. im-WL- tt mtt nttriorournnI W. 1. WALTON. Tuci1av mill - neekln JUNCTION CITY. Jtifeliaf lonftmL 1884. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 30, NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 289. I s Vubltahcrt Itlawi, 83. OO X33Il A.IV3VUai When paid etrlctly In adrance. If we Lara to wall any time, 03.no wilt be chareed,. MMrT CA, GARRARD COUNTY. M. Sebnetnln will have to have more than one leg if he undertakes to beat the model governor for Concrete. J. K p Two of our citizen cotne near having a combat Saturday, but m ther are getting alon; a little in jean ami are both gool cltlxiua wo will not call any name thin time. Constable Dafin yii it Is all a mistake about his going to resign. He aajn he to hold the office until hid time ex plren and U now a candidate for reelection in A half dozen voung ladiea and went to Slate Lick Spring Saturday. Djn't know whether thrr went for their health or for pleasure or on butioern of more importance. Willi Adam received a telegram that his mother waa dangerously ill. Mr. C D. Kngleman returned home Friday from a week'i vlilt to London and Ml. Vernon. She waa accompanied bv Mr. N. M. Shumate. MIm Abbte Hell and mother returned to Decatur, HI., their home, Thumlay. One of our good looking merchant ha V been looking rather aad ever aince. L Ilurdett, of Ilryantaville, waa here on a builnew trip Thurada. Mrs. Sam Merrl-ma- n hit gone to Pari, III., on a vlilt. ex-tec- ta 10 gen-tlem- tn Titbiti. where the Htublar.ee of lib- eraty la preicrved the right of a prron arrested to a rpeedy accUfatlon nul trial or ougbt to a fundamental Ww.ii. It i a rulccf civilization. This f i,. righU which we undertake to guarantee to "In all laud h, i, iij 1 any or naturalized citiztn of oun, whether he be impriimnod by order of the Cur ol litis! or under the pretest of a law administered for the nefit of the native-bor- n land! arlstocncy of :. ;l drover L Cleveland. "How far auch prote Ol avail to relieve an American citizen from the operation of the Irih law is a (mint 1 am not prepared to exprew an opinion upon." lllaine to Ioweli. "I want you to send me a letter, such as tho enclosed draft. It will be a favor I shall never forget. d thla letter as strictly confidential. Do not show it to any one. The draft is in the hands of my clerk, who is as trustworthy aa any man can be. Hum this Ietter."-llla- ine to Fisher. "Wk have a IttwilT to say, acd do say, that mere suspicion without examination or trial is not aufllcient to justify the lorg imprisonment of a citizen of America." TOrover Cleveland. "I Havk Not read the Coercion act." lllaine to Lowell. "Good and pure government lies at the foundation of the progress and prosperity of every community." Orover Cleveland. "I do not feel that I shall prove a dead-hea- d in the enterprise if I once embark in it."-l!l- alne to Fiaher. "Public office is a public trust."-tGro-- ver Cleveland. "Owing to your political position you were enabled to work oil nil your bonds at a very high pr!ce.- "- Fisher to lllaine. "I hue placed you in positions whereby you have received very large sums of men-e- y without one dollar of expense to you, and you ought not to forget the net ;cn my part." - Fisher to lllaine. FiLAlJJK "Whenever concealment is desirable avoidance is advisable." Fisiir.ii "Would your friends in Maine be satisfied it they knew the fact?'1 CItveln-ul- . "Tell the lrutu."-Uro- ver "No one shall ever know from me that I have disposed of a single dollar in Maine " lllaine to Fisher. "Secrets will leak."-llila- lne, In the House of Kepresentative. Hiainu to Fisher. "llurn this letter." "It will be in my power to cast an anchor to windward in your behalf." Illainn to Fisher. Ke-gar- Kid. J. (J. Montgjmery shipped from thU point to Cincinnati a few days since, four car loads of hogs and sold them at from 6 and a fraction to 0 cents. The market wn reported rs unusually dull. Mr. J. It. Mam, of the Advocate, was hernSundaycn route to I)uisville, Itov. P T. Hale, going to McKinney to begin n protracted meeting and Jno. O. Pulliam, Esq.,of the Harrodsbtirg Democrat, returning from tho Falls City. Mr. G. T. Helm, I am glad to state, is rapidly recovering. A wreck of a freight train on the Cincinnati Southern beyond Lexington on Saturday caused the passenger trains to be several hours late. A broken rail was the cause and four or five freight enrs all broke up was the cfiert. The Xorlb bound passenger train on tho C. S. was also too late to make connection with the L. & X. nnd onscpiently both hotels werccrowded with kicking passengers. A runaway couple from somewhere took the train here the middle of last week, and going over in the Statu of Ohio, were made one in the flesh. They returned SaI- utday and from what I could tell from observation their honeymoon was. not as glorious as it might have been. He had looked iiKn wine while it was red and was so intoxicated that she could hardly get him ou the train. On the platform the bride said something that did not suit the groom very much and the way he did smite her upon one cheek was a sin. She seemed to be good natured, however, and turned to him the other, when he repented, asked her forgiveness and then embraced her right there in the crowd in a manner truly scientific and commendable. I -- ee in the Jocn.vAi, .that six wedding will take place in Stanford within a month and their attention ia called to the above especially the brides expectant. On the train en icute to the Soldiers' Reunion and republican convention the other night, I saw the bnvery of two young men belonging to the Valley Cornet Hand thoroughly tested and when weightd in the balances they were found wanting. The train was crowded and n drunken man who bad gotten on it at Crab Orchard, the place where some mighty bid men live, walked down the aisle mid stopping where thce young men wore sua'ed, said that he would find a place to sit down or stick his three inch knife blade in somebody in less than three minute, at the same time displaying the glittering blade of the weapon. It was amtuing to observe how quickly he was occupying one set by himself, iw the young men referred to had hastily jumped up and left him in pocsion of comfort and eHse. Ibth of them are continually raying that they know not what intimidation is, bjt ask Capt.Thos. Kichards if they did not weaken when the time came on that occasion. In the republican convention the next day Logan McKee in his speech in some way referred to Judge Durham, and stopping euddenly, lowered the tone of his musical voico and said: "But, gentlemen, I murt not speak disreectfully of the dead, for politically speaking, Durham is in his grart!'' Just then some one who knows what littlo intluence McKee has now in politics ought to have said. "And sentlemen, politically speaking, a corpse i now addresuug you!" Shetaw. lELA-XTX- " FOR "2"OXJ I STOCK We have moved to OUR MEW ROOIH with a MJEiW of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES & HATS. As there is a growing demand for the BEST BRANDS rior quality should call on us. GOOD GOODS, we have bought in the market, and those in search of a supe- GEORGE H. BRUCE & CO. Veterans' Stones. "Gen, Chamberlain ought to have been here said the oldeat member of another group of comrades. "Perhaps he wasn't asked," said another vet. "Very likely." "1W a pretty nice mao, is Gen, Chamberlain." "Yes, he is all that." "He anil I stole a pig together once." "What do ynu mean by that kind of talk ," Sam'" "Juat what Col. Chamberlain gave me a permit to go outside the lines and I stole a pig. If he hadn't consented to my going I diouldn't hnve stole the pig. If I hadn't stole the pis I shouldn't have tent a quarter of it to the colonel's cook. I guess as n matter of law Oen. Chamberlain and I stole a pig toccther once." "Well, Sam," said the Grat vet, "you do seem to make out your case." on his heels an'" The lady started for the door. "I rode all night in a cattla car with the "An' the blamed critter never lifted a men standing so close that we couldn't hoof," called the boy. "Never as much move," said an aged comrade." "Did tou enjoy it?" asxed a young fel- as swiched his tail. It's a mighty good thing for Alick that he didn't too; an' I low. "Well, I didn't," replied the veteran. "It thought I'd come up an' tell yer." And rained like like the d 1 outside and there he dodged cut at the side enterance was a perfect h inside. No, young man, Germantown Telegraph, 1 I say. the lady: "I don't want ter alarm yer, but I've got big news. The man sent me up from the livery stable to tell yer." "Good heavens, what is it?'' "Why yer know yer little boy, Alick, what the man can't keep outen the livery stable 'round the corner?" "Yes, well?" "I told Alick juet now cot to go inter the stable among the horses, but he wouldn't mind me" ' O, deatl what has happened?" "He said he wanted to eee what a mule would do when yer tickled its heels with a straw.'" "O heavent!" gaped the lady, and clung to the mantle for support. "Well, sir, yer boy Alick got n straw, stuck up behin' n sorrel mule, tickled him The Mule and the Boy. A boy, apparently, very much agitated, rushed into a house, recently, and said to I will deliver Ice to regular customers every ICE! ICE!! ICEH! morn- - Mew Store! JI1 W. H. II. THOMPSON, county, Ey., Is a Cmdldato for State Supervisor of Taxes for the 8th Ongresstonal District ofKentucky, November election, 1881. Of Laurel I have Just opened on Depot street a lull line of Utanle and Fancy Groceries that I will sell low for cash or country produce. lam also - Stanford Woolen Mills Yarns and agent fortbe Flannels, of which I always keep a full stock. GIre ine a call Accounts due at the close of each month or when and save money. V. X. TTtXG t, Y, customer quits. 2&MI tltanford, Ky. ONE CENT jn-t- PER POUNDr. k. nAitnoir. i FARM F416 SAMS ! I hare been appointed agnt for the sale of the farm of Mrs. I'tcibe C Blalo and belts, containing ISO AcreH, lying ot a mile from Huttonvllle on the Liberty I'lke and I hereby offer It privately. It baa a good dwelling-hous- e ol two stories aud 6 rooms, besides the necesiary It Is well watered nnd Is good, rich land worth uianr times the price asked for It. Apply to ue tor further particulars. !37 S'in H. T. Ji V8U, Stanford, Ey. nos. W. S. TOUNG. We are authorized to announce the Hen. W. 8. Young, ot Laurel county, a Candidate to represent the Stn Congrestlonal District, as a member of tha State liosrd of Eiuallzitlon, subject to ths action of the Democratic party. HE.O. RUFIjEY1. I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Ruplejr An exchange says: "The Siamese med"It's my belief," said the young man, ical treatment is novel, but it seems to be "that some old soldiers lie llle thunder effective. Dr. Kturge, a medical missionWhy, I heard that one man claimed to have killed 100 rebels." "That's me" said the veteran calmly .''As a matter of fact I killed 101, but when I tell the story I generally let that odd one slide." The young man left disgusted. A Red Xosk. In a recent of the Sun a reader asks if some one will suggest n remedy for a red note. A remedy which I have used with the best "Tako of vaseresults is the following; line one ounce, precipitated sulphur, two drachms. Mix well and apply to the affected part night and morning, rubbing in well. Continue the application for one or two weeks, the redness will disappear. "I'hysician" in New York Sun. I didn't liko that sort of thing." when telling about the war. A Cuue ron Stockings and Pahasolj. The Boston Saturday Gaxttlt sayr: There is a young woman at Long llranch ho proudly poses a the jowseor of fourteen dczen pairs of silk stockings striped, checked, crossed, clockrd nnd adorned with gorgeous insects, birds and snakes, Some of them cost $30 a pair, and it is said she has never worn the enine pair twice since she has been there. Another young woman has 10 parasols. They are of all colors nnd many of them arc covered with costly lace. The bandits end in the most bizarre dcrigns heathen idols, rrockodiles, colored babies, birds and monkeys. Some of these trappings cost from $200 to $300 gor-r.eo- m isMie ntrango insect which is called tho sphex and is described by n naturalist, lays its eggs in a hole in the ground. It then lliea off and finds a spider which it etiuga in the main nerve center. This has tho effect of paralyzing the spider without killing it. The sphex then carriiB tho now motionloM spider to its nursery nnd buries it with the eggs, When tho eggs hatch out the grubs feed on the paralyzed prey, which is then still nlivc and therefore iuIto fresh, although it has never been able to inovo since the time it was buried. A weuavobeenKiten ths agency ot lr, Marculsl's guaranteed Italian rilo Internal, External, to cure or mojoy rofundod Blind, Bleeding or Itchlof rile. Price 50 centa Young men, it isn't always tho girl a box. No cure, no py. Penny A Mc.Vlhter, Drugglita, who looks loveliest in the soft, sweet shadows of the darkening twilight who takes Daughters, Wires and Mothers. that beauty with her in the grim, ctay We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marehlal'a morning as she vfrestlea wish a kitchen a female remedy, to curo Kerualo Dlwaa-estove. auch aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Falling and dUplacemint or bearing Dr. IIOSANKO. down feeling, Irregalarlttles, Barrcnneai, Change TItY IT YOUnSICIiK, This namo hasbecoma 10 fumllUr mIIIi tlie inost after cutting vurm, U a very common attendant. bcaldea many weaknesses of Life, Leucorrhoja, of pcoplo throughout ttio United States that it ! IlJInd, lllecdlnz and Itching I'lloi yield at ones to the Tlio proof of tho pudding Is not In chewing ths iprlnglng from tho above, like Headache, necessary to stulo that ho U the originator of application of lr. Hoianko's I'llo Ilcruody, which acta string, but In having an opportunity to try tho hardly Weakneaa, 8Ieep!euneM, Nervous detho great Dr. Itoamiko' CougU ami hunt Bjrtip, directly u iou tho part anVcted, allotting the Hcllobcrtt & Stag;, the Drugglitf, Ac. For eat by affecting a huYOafrcotrUl bottloof Dr. lloiinko'a Cough and bility, Palpitation of the Heart, (lie fnvorlto remedy, vrlmcr known, for Tumora, allaying tha Intento Itching nnd drugglata. Prices 81 and ft 50 per bottle. Send Cousin, Colilf, Consumption and all affections ol permanent cure. I'rleo CO centi, Addrets tho Dr, Lung Syrup for each and every one who U afflicted to Dr. Marcblil, Utlcs, N. Y.. for pamphlet, free. ty Mcllob-crtthe Throat and Lungs.' I'rleo CO cents and 81.00. Ue.auko Medlclut Co., rlqua, Ohio, with Coughs, Cold, Aitbma, Coniumptlou or any For sale by Tenoy A McAlUter, Drugglita. Stag?. 8oM Li McRoUrts & AOVcttoo. Olntniett-euiphallcally e, s. al ii How Ben. Ditlek Became a Widow. In arpeech delivered at Laurence, Mass.. during the famous campaign of 1N70, Gen. Butler declared that he was not like a young maiden seeking a man without much knowledge of what men are, but rather eauh. like a widow, who knows exactly what she Tie Springfield llqmlAican, commenting, wants. The simile was picked up at once on the report that some able lawyers are by both friends nnd enemies, and tiio nickto be employed to prepare a defence of name "Widow" has clung to him ever Qlalno against his own letters, says: since. Syracuso Herald. "The Americsn people can see through A highwayman recently stopped n young the Mulligan letters without the aid lady riding on horseback and demanded of nny champaign lawyer. When Mr. dropped her purse on the IJIatne sent to Fisher tho draft of a letter her money. She road and then started on a run for home. grossly at variance with the clearest facts, to secure requesting him to sign nnd return, in order The highwayman dismounted the purse when his horeo started of! after pub-lie- , to whitewash him (lllaine) before the following her clear home. and Fisher refused no lawyer is need- the young lady, He waa caught by the girl's father and on ed to explain the case." examination $8,000 was found in tho sadA gardener recommends tying newspa- dle pocketsj pers about celery to blench it. He finds Doctor (who has been sent for at 2 A. m.) that in this manner ho can bleach celery Madam, pray send at once for the clergybetter, easier nnd cheaper than by earth- man, ond, if you will, for the lawyer. Mad-nX Y.Tiuiea ing up (horrified) Good graciousl Is it bo There ore 000,000 widows in India un-d- dangerous, doctor? Doctor Not a bit of nineteen years of age, who, by the laws fool who of the country can never marry again. Of it; hut I don't want to be the only 200,000 aro less than 11 years hag been disturbed iu hia sleep for noththeso over ing. old and 78,000 lea than nine. The best of housewives sometimes find cum: roil iii.ks. Pllt uro frequently preceded lya ei.o of weigh! that their canned peaches are flavorless, in In Hit back, loins and lower part of tho uhdomi-u- , which case they will do well to put them ciuiilnglho pMUnt to nppoo lioliai somennVctlon in a dish with thin slices of orange ijnd ct tho Mdury or nelghhoriiu orpins. At tlme, sprinkle with powdered sugar. After an i)inptomi of InOlgfitlou nro present, M flatulency, hour's standing the mixture will he delic-louA nioliture, like tnieailnvis of tho ttumach, etc. BoBton Globe. ptnplratlon, producing n tty Ultagrccille Itching, m er ary to fiiam, relates how a native doctor administered an emetic to a love sick lady who had swallowed a quantity of opium with suicidal intent. The scientist of Siam took a live eel, clipped oil' a part of his tail to make him rquirm in a lively manner, and then pushed him tail first down When the the romantic damsel's throat. eel returned to the stream of running water near which the girl was made to recline, the opium followed him." Even old shoes are valuable. They are cut up in small pieces, and these are put for a couple of days in chloride of sulphur which makes the leather veiy hard and brittle. After this ia effected, the material. is washed in water, dried, ground to powder and mixed with some subitance which makes the particlts adhere together, as shellace, good glue or thick solution of cum. It is then shaped into combs, button, etc. There is a stagnant p)ol in a Florida forest particularly lonesome and secluded Thirty years ago a lover was shot and thrown into it by the father of his sweetheart, who Bt once drowned herself in the same water; and the belief is held among the people of that region that no .visitor to the spot can avoid an intense depression of spirits, cccaficned by the brcoding ghcets of the pain Locomotives that cost 15,000 apiece a year ago, can now he bought for SS.000 each. Despite the great fall in price we advice our readers not to purchase for a few weeks their winter stock of locomotives. They uny be much cheaper in the fall. The latest in dress, for gentlemen ia "Father Hubbard." Au exchange says, "sim-pl- y drop the suspender and wear the shirt loose oyer the top of the pants, instead of tucking it in, and you have the "Father Hubbard." Positive Curo for Piles. To the people of this county we would say that T. R, WALTON, GROCER, oi Ma in as? (1 S o ji se t 5. ALWAYS OV HAND FBIX STOCK OF Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- VERY- LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- o goods sold on long timo. USE- - Customers. No mimmm SInilo from tho Icst Minnesota Wheal. fjssi fiot For wile only by T. II. WAIsTON. -- TKY- Ne Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST HOASTED RIO, For sale only by 8tar. T. II. WAY'TOX; LtiDf )WWaigJMl1,nlM MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. miwJinwmmtmwwtnuLximiiMKn&iimumMinmxK REV. GEO. 0. BARNES. Stanford, Ky - September 30, 1884 w. Cakl P. WALTON. B. II, Brown, the fouuder of the Richmond Iiegitttf, died last week at S:. Louk Wepler, the murderer of Henry Clay, was held by Judge Thompson- without - LETTER FROM ENGLAND. ritA.iHi3 rrnan x.on" 1 This Is a sad day for the partridges. "By law" they will be slaughtered by tens of thousands this first day or September. It is pitiful to think of the happy puff up tho democratic candidate. I don't families in the stubble fields that will bo tell you Cleveland la the ideal of a perfect broken up to day and the frightened sur.man. that he can do everything, or that he $S62,76G 75. vivors pursued relentlessly, diy afcer day, known everything and that if you elect him colored, will be hang- until only two or three of tho shattered Wash. Fletcher, ire will at once be relieved from all Ills that Friday, October 3, for "covey" remain to tell the tale in frightenileth ia heir to. Thc'mellenlum ed at Paducah next human the murder of his wife. ed bird whispers, when the "aon" Is over. differ-eace- a will not come. There will etill he Con-cre"Sport" it is called in popular speech. Gen. Bragg was nominated for upon political subjects. There will in the second Wiecontin district after The sarcastic Frenchman, in writing of ho disputes tnd discontent and party been cast. this "sporting" proclivity of hia neighbors and party contests arc a coed thing 150 ballots had Obediah Dooley, a wealth farmer of serosa the channel, said, that the common thing, how honorably conducted. Of one committed suicide Sunday est word In an Englishman's mouth at ever, 1 m eteured, and that is that if the Clark county, evening by hanging himself in hia barn. certain season of tho year was: "It is a fine American people elevate Glover Cleveland Col. J. J. Landrum, of Gallatin coun day, let ua go out, and kill something." to the presidency of the United Smtea he been nominated for Congress by the Murderous, is it not? And we who itay in will bs found to be the man for the situa- ty, has republicans of the Sixth (Speaker Carlisle) doors eat what ia killed with much relish, tion, and eveiy man in this countrv who and never give the "groaning creation" a has his eyes open will know what that district. John W. Garrett, president of the Bal- thought of pity for their Innocent sufferelection meanr. He will tee that thereby Ohio Railroad, and a very ings. I don't know anything that moro tho United S'.atea proclaims that the Amer- timore and wealthy man, died at Dear Park, lid., Fri- plainly tells out who the "god of thia ican people are an honest people and want C4. world" is, than the fact that the dumb creto remain an honcat people and are inflexi- day, aged Sam Havs, cashier of the Greenwood ation "grows aud travaila in pain together bly determined to have an honest governCoal Company, Tenneisee, was found mur- until now; waiting for the adoption, lo wit, s ment. It will be n proclamation to dered with two bullet holes in hts head and the redemption of the bsdy." "Iilctsed that, however powerful they may hia body robbed. hopel" May it bo "fruition," soon. The be, and however deeply rooted ttey may will take piece in more I think of tho undeserved Bufferings Three executiona consider IhemielvcB in the heatts of the viz: Palmer on of tho poor innocent animal creation, the rny party that darea to nomi- Cincinnati during October, multitude, the 10th, Hoffman on the 24th and Rich- moro decidedly I change my mind as to tho nate a corrupt candidate will have to go ardson on the 2Sth. person spoken o( in Romans VIII.20, aa down." Owing to a waut of proper patronage, subjecting them to thia pitiful fte. No Tiik republicans in the platform adopted Mr. L. D. Cardwell has changed hia beau- one but tho devil could treat the helpless at louden tpeak of the eminent fituena of tiful opera-hous- e at Harrodsburg to a fur creation aa they are treated. It is a pirt of Elaine for the position of President. Yes, niture the awful tyranny that overspreads the a mm whese whole official career as provGeo. Gcedie, who murdered Robert world and "scatters firebrands, arrows and Contlnuo-- l next lwue. ed oyer his own signature, is as dirty, as Johcson near tbe Fair Grounds at Louis- death" in "sport" among the wretched renal and corrupt as any public character ville last April, has been sentenced to the crowd of hunted fugitives man and beast. Blaine practically admits all the charges in the country and whose private life, be- penitentiary for 21 years. is diabolical and my heart achts to think o( reduction, and at'the end of his letter It cheat-nutginning with seduction is followed up OBOBCISl? Wm. Lankesley shot Elijah Harria in that 1 could ever believe the good God to with contrite teara aa large as horse begs sympathy and forgiveness of the with deception and lies, is a very fit man the bowels and wai himself shot in tho be the author of it, or the permitter of it. to be President of the thieying horde of Bhouldcr in a difficulty in Laurel county Praise His dear Name, I know Him better American people. Ilt's a pretty June and seekers, but Stturday. Harris will die. republican now. Thank God the "subjection to vani- bug to beg for sympathy. Look how he the honeet people of the country will put i:s- Ia the First district there are four can- ty" hen "hope" iu it. The subjection from subjected that poo.- girl to ecorn and retheetamp of condemnation on him and didates for Congress: Stone, democrat; the satan, the hope from our God. So, I proach here in Kentucky where she was DniRw, Willi Piiper, 11'liicN. .Hiihlrjil Chcuilculx, elect one whose public record is as fair as Turner, a Turner man; Huston, republican, grieve to think that the peon In Luke a stranger in a strange land and dragged wiV.VJ' IiiNtriicuicntH. l'nintM, day and who only asks these who would and DdPajeter, greenbacker. XII:5, is one I have so long mistaken for her to Pittsburg 300 miles away and marOIIh, TolmccoH, Cutlery, Bcratinize bis private acts to "tell the The investigation of the affairs of tbe the "God and Father of our Lord Jesus ried her in tecret and abandoned her Lumps, Perfumery, Tiro Miulilii truth." Among the other long string of Newcomb-Buchan- an I could have been to go home without a scrap of writing to Distilling Company Christ." I wonder that AC'CtllCH. 11.- ..11 is up to Saturday night was developed lees resolutions adopted by the august body 1 'n or col. i.YPSrJK??"-.'.- " so blind as to think that the Loving Father take to her friends to show that her child Tn " vj't.n iiuiim s u u ii iiuck rroiiipii and In tho best one declaring for protection, another for than $5,000 in duplicate whisky receipts. Who "numbers the very hairs of our would be legitimate, while he returned to stjlc. Federal aid to schools, a third, condemning Hon. C. U. McElroy, member of the heads," is capable of "casting loth soul and Drennon Springs to spend the vacation in the equalization tax law, a fourth denounc- Legislature from Warren county, and Miss body into hell." What a relief to know courting and dancing Ob, you old sinnei! ing the bringicg of convict labor into com- Lite Trigg, daughter of Mr. Hayden Trigg, that this is the devil's work, and that only After telling Limoync at Pittsburg: "I've petition with free labor and so en ad infini- a Glasgow banker, will be married Oct. 15. a fiend can inflict torment. "Perfect LOVE got to marry a woman and I want you to & tum. A candidate to Eupport such a heavy A negro has confessed that be murder- casta out fear." And "fear hath torment," witness it," that looks like you loved add platform ought to have two good legs in- ed Mrs, Ellen Watson, near Salem, N. J., if God be the dreaded object. Not no if honored her as ono whom you now allege stead of one poor one. whose death has been shrouded in mystery, satan is the monster to be feared. That possessed all your love and had been your prop all your lift! You old villlin; you confiding love AND Ik our article on the convict labor quer. to obtain money to go on a cheap excur- dread only drives me in and under hia shel-to can tell that the marines, but not the sailsion. arms, my Father's open lion last Friday, we did not even insinuate Bourbon News. Jessamine and Boyle county are to tering "wings" where I find a ''sure retreat" or". K'ui-Mitui-- e jour! that a eo pic us and so cbribtian-likhave a day at the Exposition, October 0th, from the "roaring lion," who would only 1'juside.nt. Just look at this man nal aa the Louisville lima could be actuaOut Madison will have hers on the 10th and if be too glad to devour "aoul and body." A Full mid complete iiHsnrf tiiont of Arthur. Yesterday the gayest of tho gay ted in any matter save by principle, Furniture, ciulmicliiK Lincoln ia to have a day it ia not down on from tin f'lit'itpcHt (o (he riiicm impressed greatly, of late, with tho at at a yacht race. To day having fun with I am bat that saucy little brat, feeling that the the bills. NiiIIcn. No sad fact that, naturally, we always take torpedoes and thinga. at a need to Ko to the large cIIIph to make your inirolniHPH, no matter ahoe fitted it, tried it on and then intimaA section of tbe longest bridge in the that meaning of ecripture.which lara hard fox hunt. Dsy after ted that it could whip the man who sent it. out with a uliiiilii!iii!lij or quality you want, as I eau world was burned Saturday. It was the on God, if there be two possible interpreta- ooichin? club blowing a horn. List night any prlecN you eau obitiiit elscahere, freight and ulll duplicate "With ita wonderful succcee, so well deservliving milled. Also railroa 1 bridge serosa Lake Ponchartrain at tions. It is like our "suppcW that the ed, tho Timet is evidently getting too big at one ot Jim Bennett's djiuin? Until. To a full assortment ol Collins Viv en. Miroitiln aud Itohon, cnilirnc-tiif- f New Orleans which is 21 milea long and old colored woman in characterizing sid, all tiw eir Ntj leu, both cheap and expeiiMhe. Uare roonui night a mad many-make- r for its breeches and tho first thing it knows at a cake walk. cost 52,300,000. wiph Hotel. Stanford, Ify. "dem supposes alius makes you iuiaV.de, night skylarking up aad down oppoNileM. they will be taken dewn and a hoard placed W. J. Duncan, late cashier of the Lou- honey." Who ever heard of any one sup the broad veranda in tlm oomptny of pretty where it will do the mot good. isville Banking Co., haa been indicted by gocd thing? It is alwajB a word girls. Lint week iu the Adirondack. This TAYLOF. S ppZ R This i'b the sixth week of the Southern the grand jury for appropriating S1S.G00 of posing a t. j j of disaster and misfortune. And this week at Newport. Nxt weok the Lord Exposition and tho progrrmme ia the the bank' fund. Ha was arrested, but reCo. downward tendency of our common nature only knot where. grandest yet arranged. To day, Got. Hen- leased on $5,000 bond. CH AMnERSBUna. PA. has need to be steadily resiated, if wo would dricks, tho next V.ce President, will be reAll in tht Lint if Naiun At Magnolia, LaRue county, James perpetual misery for ouwelvM. Five Awards at the Louisville Exposi; ceived and honored there end during the Shipp shot and mortally wounded B. J, not make Tbr It aotblnf la the Mm et tuatic or niMlrrr Nowhere is it more disastrous iu result tion in 1863. i ular Mrdlciko, week over 200 fine trotting horeea will be Beaver?, a business man. than in our "viowa" of scripture. I ymk about that ocdfut cud I Telle. It Utltopljr the txit and inoattrtcu-tlB- c rr rsrt , fron, ? . ;' h. , ,,, s,H y , on exhibition. The Exposition ia at ita Shipp h a baJ character and has been orfjno to the Urtnt nUndiirl when I eouMnatloa iKMibl ot th rMcuilit iiloci-ll- i ?, that there are IHrUbl Corn hight of glory now and it will repay any dered to leave the county Dy the R?gula- - within bounds Mlllt frc.m tit Nmili l'r.i:. Mill Ntan which art rower-fu- ll tb ci thoe nxeuble luratlTti hundreds of precious "word otiheLuKD'' mi Mlllt in the world lui i.Lk'UK HeI for Ultfe kll-n- r one many fold to attend. iLd ilirrclly upon tht ttomich, !l?r, ton1. Write lar pflivt. Addiei ii. that were never intended to give pain, that idJ I loci, Dot tbrm neither la, uor will I Seth W. Tuley, of Indianapolis, Ind is talking a good deal of Jin. we have converted into racks of torture, by any (urenwful 'o11jiI'ii ot It It la all the time I). lVEAIlUN. late, hut if he haa mentioned anywhere the played dead for seven years to get a life in- simply giving way to thia gravitating ten- curing tltoM who had dMlrulof cur kIUbi; tJENKKALAOT., P. 1IAMTON. name ol thi Kentucky minister who offic- surance of $8,000. Under the name of well. For yourMlf, ;oii wife ibU children. dency of nature, and putting the wowe from Texa?, he secured a position in, iated at bis marriage the fact hat escaped Tran Irk A;'" Ilt8iiVriciT5t tirtxreao, Kr of tho better. on language instead our memory. He may, however; be reserv- the 08toffice department at Washington. Since I have seen a Good God and a bad LaM'ASTKIl AUYKUTIbLSIMh ing it for the second volume of h'n book, He waa arrested and sent to Indiana. devil, aido by side, in all scripture, aud in The Cunard steamer, Oregon, arrived where it would bo well to publish a photoU. F. WAI.TEK all the world, I cannst tell you how much Lou iaville Times. in New York after an interval of G daya graph with a diagram. , J 03 N 'J.' Jl r--'i lost ground haa been recovered, nor how A LANCASTKK, KY. ni The New York Sun, which howled ro and 8 hours from Qjeenstown. Thia ia 8 glorioua ia tho prospect of an onward Oflre orer Clttaeui National Hack. OMce bot.ri hour8 bjlow her previoua record and the Jong about "turning the raccali out," ia march, until faith shall reconquer all the from 8 to 13 a. x. and from 1 lo 5 r. n. AM)- c time, although she territory now doing ita utmost to keep them in. It fastest that tbe adversary haa usurped. L, V. HUDDLE. . M, DOaOICTT. was delayed seven hours en route by partfor Butler, but of haa declared point-blaAlas! that our permissive ignoiance of Uod HUBBLE & BUItDBTT. course is w orkiog in the interest of Blaine, ing her steerage gear. J.rV H.A.W. has allowed him to take whatever he wantAt tbo next session of Congress Phil. LAXCASTEIt, K.Y. under that guise. The Sun should no ed unchallenged, cen when our hearts Will prartltc In Rarranl and adjoining rountlei A Larue Ntoek ol'lhe folloulng longer shine under the name of a democrat- Thompson will introduce a bill making a miseave ua that all waa not exactly right. and Court ol Appeali, Ofilcointhe Itootaaorj htnrk, whisky warehouse receipt altogether trustlJMj Partridge day," M South faldo Public gi(jare. ic sheet. But returning to "S. worthy, bo that any bank or financial corthis ia called, and the bloody ahrine, where We regret to know that owing to the S3 poration to which it may b offered can "sportsmen" noble and plebian inability of ita editor, Zeno F. not be dereived aa to ita genuineness and ao many Baker Grain Drill Buckcvo Grain Drills, worship; all England is out after iIjh pretYoung, who had such n Bevere fall some value. of September. McShorry Grain DrillB, Iloosier Grain Drills, two months ago, to do any work on it, the John Stage and his wifj, convicted of ty, frightened thinga, this 1st suspended. That having murdered their child, have been "The "coveys" are very strong, and the Madlsouville Timet haa Kalamnzoo Harrows Champion Sulky Plowr. Oharaplcn Steel Bram Plows. it will only be temporarily every one who sentenced to the Wisconsin State's Priaon young birds well grown, aa the rearing Oitler Mills, Oano Mills, Dane Mills, Evaporator, Teed OuttOH, haa read its entertaining columns will join for life. The 8th day of July each year, haa been most favorable in every rea con-feBuKBios, Carriagoa, Surroys, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, &c. in wishing being the anniversary of the child's death, pect. Great "sport" ia anticipated. I the word rather grates upon mo now as A few fltollne and I'iii-h"While riding on the cars in New'York they are to be placed in solitary confineanil KSratllcy HuIKy PIowh at I.chh than I write it, and recall the nlmo&t incredible the other day Blaine's hat blew ofTacd now ment. VOHt to OlOHO Oltt. n The twelfth incendiary fire in Cleve fact that I once intensely enjoyed tho some fool wants to pay $25 fcr it as a paBtime. I will be ho glad when We wouldn't give that sum for both land in lees than forty-eigh- t hours occurred the hat and head, since the latter could invent Saturday, fortunately doing butlittlo dam-ug- the "reicn of terror" Ia cjver, and The city ia thoroughly alarmed and "Prince of peace" shall return and "rratore plausible lie than that about hia no more e&3 nroused, and should any one be caught in all thinga." Surely Ha must be near, or marriage in Kentucky. HAVE who know beat Hia mind aro greatly tbe act of Akotiier Presidential ticket has been haDging. starting a fire there will be a those acimyrta.ittakfflW SasBOa&k. tfck jJw afclfl mistaken. Extenbcou public. The sprung on a pitched by our The meeting at tho tent, Stealing horse3 in Delaware is bad bus American Political Alliance, whatever that iness for the thief if caught. Oae was re- dear Georgo Wocd'a self denying generosiOpens August 16th. Closes October iu.hai named W. L. Ellsworth, of Penn- 1884. To Their Stock ol to pay the coats of prose- ty, ia progressing gloriously. I am doubly sylvanla, whoever he is, and the cry is, cently sentenced word of ID ACRES UNDER ONE ROOF. cution, $100 restitution money, $200 fine, to glad of this, not only because "tho still they come. stand one hour in the pillory, receive twen- the LORD ia having free course acd being The" peanut munchcr will learn with un ty liahea and then suffer eighteen months' glorified," but because Goorge is getting hia disguised pleasure thai his favorite crop imprisonment. By Cappa's and Gllmore's, tho most faraous bands or tho world. promited "100 fold" in thia life aa he tees And now haye the Best Stock in Cec thia year ia the largest ever grown, exceed Vanderbilt, speaking of the condition tho glorioua return, hia hardly earned and Lcraest and Finest Display of Machinery In MOTION ever witnessed anywhere. tral Kentucky. They havo Parlor tng last year's yield by more then a mil of business, said to n reporter: "Thia coun- freely spent money ia bringing in already. LOWEST ItAILWAY KATES EVER GIVEN IN THE STATE. and Bed Room Sets, Carpot, Jisn of bushek try is elastic. It may be flattened, but like "Whereaoeyer thia gospel la preached, that Cane and Penitentiary S That oil veteran of democracy, ex- - a rubber hall hit, it will spring up again. which thia dear man haa done chill be told Chairs, Harblo Top, coiTtrj-.XTsrOthers "of their xxxx: Gov. Horatio Seymour, of New York, Is to After the presidential election t0u will see aa a memorial of him." Centre Stand & ExTen vrorki cf Kentucl.y'f sreat iculptor, Joel Hart, the Lett powble celleclion make a tour of Ohio for Cleveland. Next things start up and It will not be long be- abundance have cast into tho treasury of tension Tables, One Imndred countieiln Kentucky will make tihiblti, ditplaylnff producH which will to Tilden he la the idol of the national fore they will ha booming." demonmate LORD. He of hia penury haa cast in the thia State i tremendoui capacitiea and future creatneu An oceIon fer Kentucky "Woven Wino, Cot-te- n pride and democracy. He will speak in Cincinnati. Mlsa C. I. Welton, a wealthy young all hia living." He will blush to read this, 1 KIUMMIANT. Top and Hair MatTho directors of the Southern Exposi- lady of New York, was frozn to death on I am sure, for he ia the least bBsuming of tresses, Folding Bed LounIMMENSE LIVE STOCK EXHIBITIONS tion have decided that no cattle shall be Pike'a Peak, Colorado. She had gone with men, but I want tho hearta that love us, in ges, Beds & Cots, Wararobos J'reientlnc at one lime In line over 51,000,000 worth ef horiei, comprlilni alt thia shown in the stock display owing to tho a smaii uoy as gume 10 ascenu tbe moun- our own Manattd, to open and receive insr. hive madr kenluekv famoui. The fyhilm u, III mm... I ...... .1,. i,:..i and Sofas, and Everything Else J,.oc" fnowin and nreiem ,....Z;A,. .1,. .:..i..7 .;.i". ..ri.j inmi magnuicent atocK exhibit the London. hit ever wit -a and the fame decision tain, and waa overtaken by a snowstorm sou of Ephraim, aa a "brother beloved" in- Kept "". and a aljht that can not be dupllcatad","7"'".,;.""r; world v in a Store. nested, m the world. haa been made in regard to tho St. Louis and perished before sho could bs rescued deed. He and "Cousin Judic,'' above all DEHNETT H. Y0UHG, President. j. H. WRI6HT, General Manarjer. Clntnnltited Sugar Prices. ,,o, ),. .'eliihled to "situid and lie Jarr' ' by help summoned by the bov. 3 ," UWtt5 "" " self-deni0,-4- Siii'BTZ, erstwhile a raginj; republican, ia Mumping Ohio for Cleveland and jn a speech Friday referred to him at follow: "I don't stand hero aa a democrat to Butler ia GO, Blaine 50. St. John C4, Cleveland 47, and Belva Lockwood 35 or more. Since the outbreak of cholera id Italy 13,220 persona have been attacked and died. Georgia ia to htvo a new State capitol the contract for ono having been let for bail. rAin; Terrace. Hiohoate, London, N. Sept. 1st, 1SS1. Dear Interior ss con-tes- ts politic-al.paitie- -- ware-hous- In all spent" for thia glorious ovangol. tils particular mention of thoie two, there iaiio invidious distinction and no ingratitude to others, whom we bear lovingly and thankfully iu our hearta as "fellow labor- m KUI 19 era whose nntuw are in the Bjok of Life"' as well as already familiar to my readers. Tho LORD will bless them every one. m ajius in- Only, I do not think bucH instances of rare ought to be pawed over in si- Drugs, Books, Stationery anil i lence, but en the contrary should be clearly rancy Mrncies. iMrcf. of personal set forth, even at tho oxpence 'cVTfe preferences for remaining In the back- rhylcln' rescript luM ircurstflr coiupoumUJ J M'V fl XV1& Alio sAiy ground. Paul In the XVI of Romans seta me the good example of mentioning thore, who, every one of them, would not havo dreamed of "sounding their own trumpets Tho Largest Stock of WatoheB, Clock, before thorn aa hypocrites do," but whose Jewelry and Silverware loving deeds the good apostle will not allow to lie in obscurity for lack of mention KTrr drought to tbli market Vrtv Lower than the l.oirf.!. 'V M, Clorki n,l J, t ritj J:, . H. JtV. Ks. Tit on hia ptrt. 1'slreJ on shoit nottco n.l Warrantrj. And ro, 1 am glad to no ml tho perfect success of this tent service In Wood Green. The gospel has grown in favor with the EQ K3 k tiffin WKk people from tho first service when a few bold ones with a handful of children led the wny for the timid and suspicious to follow. Now the tent ia filled evert night and on Sunday will not hold the crowd .PKAI.IT. IN that gathera. The original four weeks will IFnrdwurc, lengthen into five, until the 1 1th Inst., Home Shot', Urooorlcs, NiiiIiIIch, when we go, "if the LORD will," to a hall IIiibrV Whlpm liicciiMHnris KiiKW WheolH, MforoH, In Hoiuerton, seating 700 or IjOO. Our good Cane miU, IiViicnh, Hro. Beddow, secured this engagement for ..m,i-.- , C'ttlcr Mllln. Tin. uruioi. liilMH, us. This preaching phce is also iu the Monownre, Corn Miellci-M- , East of London, among the "poor," just the place we want to go, and where, aa our Oliver Lhtllod, Champion Steol and Brinloy Combined Plows, Wooden Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof- and Bro. Guinness raid, if this "heresy tnkia ing; nnd Gu.toring will havo prompt root it will not be eradicated In half a cenattention. tury." Praise tbe LORD It will' tnke Ion-gl .iiim llrlplit, Jr. than that to g?t it out. The weary and heavy ladtn arc the best judge of "good tidingV'and do not readily let go what has lightened their dreary road through life. l"l Una mw INIIY rK PHARMACISTS, (g if y JEWELERS. ,ftAII. f JACStr. stffe nm Hi ?""" ,r""' Collar, ',..... er T -- s, ID PII1MUTISTS, liquor office-holde- - Opera Houso Block, ii.vx.uitH Stanford, Ky., 'PJ. I.l Arm, ".""..ffi ia.. W a, UNDERTAKER, e lealei- in Parlor f t2a Taylor Manufacturing I'ur-kt'- well-know- n ,, (., ;ko. No-lan- KSO. 3D. HUHGEON WEAREM, iiM iKSinAT TT?t?n Mm trans-Atlanti- nk ATTOIINEV8 MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. -- ccn-tinue- d bNTtRPn dt Grocery. Icntaicky, &&&&! CMIOI1S: I H Ii L tu sea-so- n w bl raur-derou- sou-eni- x. GEO. D. BURDETT e. OCT., SOTJTI-IEE,-H y Lately Making sive Additions LOUISVILLE, sr0 25th, o( eh ix fo ssaltas,S TWO CONCERTS EACH DAY R' AIR,T DBTJILIDI3Sra-cnoicrcT picsubed ixt au:i:ijicji.. aCKY &AN plcuro-pceumonl- tiiiwirai,iu '".' I iWMjinuiijiiiiwi"i ii'mjjmuMimuiuitiiJrrrTriiiiimi.imivuinwii.umuwtwurMiijrnvrr&nirxMmTrr73rvtkw nti&r MSCTaSESasMASSSBe) DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Shed wheat nt ISru;lit A Currsn t. " Mir- - The Presbyterian meeting held here by Fresh Fish always rif. on hand. ii J. T. Ilsv. Mr. Scu.lilcr closed Friday night. There were but two uddilions. Stanford. Ky., Soptomber 30, 1884 . A N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Hall train Rolnx North .13 . r.irrrilrln"' " Norh u. TIieloo li calculated on standard Hint, Solar time I about 80 uiluutes fastor K-.- Hoiith Wouth.... .10 i.v. .. 2 .1 K r. u. M. LOCAL NOTICES. lJuv your school bookn from Tntc A cnny. Hr.AixjirAitTtiw fortchool bookn nt Mo KobertaifiStBRV. NEWKai!eii of ready mixed palnU for erring tra le nt MoKobcrta Stage'' Watches ami Jewelry repaired on pltort notice and warranted by Tato A 1'cntiv. A coMrt.rrri: Mock of jewelry, latent atyle. Hoakford watclica a rptotalty. Tato A Penny. PERSONAL. Mlt. S. h. Powciw has gone to Uinoin-nat- l. Mit.S. C. Uaiuu.v, a lepal Itttninary of Monllcello, wag hrre Saturday Matt Wooihox Ivmj., i back from a viiit to Ida iltilccana, in Louisville. Mm. Lavinia Momtuomerv ml Mim Helen Ciicnntilt, pf Richmond, are reUtlvca here. Mit. Wii.i, !, Williams wa here yw- tctdiy, the first timo he Ima shown hitiuelf since the famous Western tour. He his enough of that kind of btisine.M for the jiref cnt. T. R. Walton and wive wero at the PlanVInton Hotel, Milwaukee, Wircousin, when last heird from, holding a levw with PeckV had boy. They expect to return tomorrow or next day. Mn. AndMhs K. J. CAitrHEi.i, and family and Mrs. J. S. Murphy have return ed from Kockctxtle Springs. Mr. Campbell report that he had an unusually fine aenwn at his popular watering place. M loans. J. II. Uam.01 and H. C. Helm left for New York Saturday night to complete their course nt the New York Cjllfgi! of Plursloians and Surgeons. Tkcy do not expect to return till next August. Mn. limit Siuroknt arrived from ISeverly, Ky , with his handsome bride, who wrs Miss Annie Major, Friday. Hugh is an induitrious, clever fellow and deserves what he no doubt has secured, a good wife. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Dn. Pr.YTON and Mra. Hrowu are build-in- ;; 5?. II. Shanks sdM to Lynn A Pence a handsome collate on the Miller town 9 extension. frcding cattle nt $50 each. - . A three quarter Aldcrncy milch cow Mji. D. Klam will move into the new " for sale. Apply to A. A. Warren. Ilaughman sloro room next Saturday Wheat sold at Chicago yesterday 80J tells how extremely and in tpcr low he is going to sell you goods. See his for November and September corn at 71). Hog cholera ls""raging in the Silver little notice on our fourth page. Creek neighborhood in Madison and Dr. " '' At Cost. For next 30 days wo close out Keunett ha lost over 200 fine porkers with our cnlire stock of qtieeniware and glass- it. In rayetto county D. H. James sold ware at cost, to make room for new goods. to We have some very handsomo dinner, ten to Kedd Prothers 75 hogs, weigh 3j0 pounds, at C cents, to be deliv" r.ud chamber sets. Iiright A Curran. ip- ered Oct. 1st. i - . Tl(K season having opened, we are now Sales of a csr load of sheep at prepared to furnish the public with fresh centr; IS head of 1,IS0 lb, oattic nt G cents, oysters. We will alwayn have on hand n 11! head of 1,000 lb, at .1J are reported in supply whioh wo will servo by tho plite or the Bowling Green pspers. by the inn, nt our rtore on Lancaster street. The appraisers have fixed the value " S H. Myers A Co. of Friabie & Like' herd of 26"2 short-horn- s j The contractor who ongngad to drill for at $V000 and the entire lot will he killed oil on Otter Creel: in Wayne county com- nt once, notwithstanding but a dixm have pleted his 700 feet last week without strik- the plei.ro pneumonia. G. II, Bryan delivered to Jas. Furge-soing it and has ceased operations. The ownA Co., 10 head cf fat cattle, averaging ers of the property have not entirely dis- paired nut the people of the vicinity nre 1,730 at 0 cents per pound. Wm. O. Woods to Kutne, 25 head averaging 1,100 pounds at mtiih cist down. 6 cents. Journal. Tin: I,oodon L'rho nays that the Valley The Midway Gfifttfr vouches for the Cornet Hand, of Stanford, did much to fact that two farmers of Woodford cftinty make the occasion of the reunion a succosa have 00 acres of tobicco under cultivation and adds: "It is one of the very best in that will yield an average of 1,500 ounds, tho State, and is comtwed of gifted and n large average for White Hurley. deserving young men handsome too, our Klvira, owned by J. C. McFerran, of girls say. Kentucky, trotted with a running mate at was a dull day ana a rsTi'.KUAY Cleveland Friday, making the first mile in young grocery clerk thought if he could second J:10J and the second in 2:1SJ, not sell his goods he could cat them. He loner than the best previous trotting recbrgan on a pitce of oandy, but (topped ord. short when a bee lurking underneath got Cjrn cutting la hsgun. Farmers are in his work on his tongue. No Indian ever paying 8 cents and board, or 10 cents witL-ot- it cut such fantastic trick a as he and in a few board per shock. Ben. M. Ojborn, of minutes th member was no badly swolen Scott, sold to Charles Kahn, of Cincinnati, he oould not shut his mouth. Tobacco 40 head of cattle, about 1,300 pounds, at $o soda and other antidotes wire freely Ufed Midway Clipper. per cwt. and at davlisht this morning he was still living. M T. VERNON DEPARTMENT. HI! 's --m ., p n fJe-snmi- m Mn John H. Crau. was called to Nashville Sunday by a telegram saying that his son, Harney, wss at the joint of death with typhoid fever. A rub'equent dispatch gave his symptoms a more favorable and it i hoped that he will recover. Mb. K. W. Hociccn, of St. Joe, Mo , ii here railing stcck to start a new bank in Kansis City, and he finds no difficulty in doinf tc, as everyiody has confidence in him ami are sure the iiiTswlinent will pay handsomely. Yttrday in a very short time he raised S?0,000 of the ?100,000 that he wisher. The opital of the bank is to be not over SOO,000 nor low than f'JOO,-00- Una IIknkv, a young white man who ncuntly moved to this county frm Grant, was arrested Friday night charged with ob taining money from Thomas Hughis, on false pretenses. Oa being searched a small pi'lol was found on his person and the additional charge of carrying concealed wea pons was entered against him. At his trial Saturday before Judge Carson, the first charge was dismissed for want of sufficient proof, but the dead wood was against him on theieccnd and he was sent up for ten days and fined i'io. Managed by Jno. B. Fish. A DidrATUi from Nashville says that President 7. mmerman and otl.cn applied for and were granted a charter to construct and operate a Una from Nahville, through the counties of Davhhon and Sumner, to the Stite line between Kenluckv and Tcnne-sse- . to a point south of Sioitsville, there to connect with the Chesapeake & Nahville railway, chartered under the laws of Kentucky as the Cincinnati, Greon River A Nashville railroad. The liond Committee met to day aud agreed that, as the contract carried out and complied with in lociirifA ttersT' every particular, th first call cf Sve pr THnSii.fr4 Sawinar; epentd ycatet-da- y cent, on the $500,000 Fubacriptiona to the with 31 rckafara. first mortgage bonds was due, and in conTnx Dbtrict I.ltctors will rpwk hare at sideration of this fact they issued the csdl The enginsers will arrive in a few days ami 1 o'clock Mxt Moods y. the work of surviving aud locating the A pali. lot o( folgler llroa'.9lsSH Jqstrt- - road will be prewed rapidly forward." Mr. at S. H.Scunlw'. . , hero next Monday, Zimmerman will when ho hops to nwl the leading man of HtuHiorr pritM pW fcr oMtatry lianU the county; and sides by T. K. li. )n oivl 1 Wtn. will Mr. Livi Humblm mouth Kock root lira bar 100 Ply- oYa1hs7 Andrew Carmon, son of A. C. Cirtoon, ht rmt Monday died of tvphotd dux Saturday, agad 13 salt. The family had recently moved to Mit. Joint Wyur Kay oktaiHd lictc yturn this oounty from Pulaski. yestenlay to marry Mr. Mary Thompson A daughter of J. T: Kusscll, of Greene at Highland en the .Id. burg, died at George W. HimmII's in this ii Com., lumber aod jott m cheap aa the county Sunday night, of typhoid fevir. cheapest for cili or vxebange for butcher She was on a vimt whtm taken with the disc ac. atuff. Call on Williams A Uimioy. fr Ojr merchants are complaining of dull times Dr. A. G. iovell is having an addition built to his dwelling-house- . Several of the old veterans went up from this place to London to attend the reunion last Thursday. Our county jail has only one inmate at present and he is serving out sentence imposed by the Circuit Court. Squirrels are so plentiful in this county that they come out on the streets. One wu killed in town last SaturJay. Minirva Mobly was tried last Tuesday and adjudged a lunatic and was taken to the asylum at Lexington by Sheriff Baker. Mrs. Lucy Adams, wife of Capt. Jack Adams, died last night about 11 o'clock of the flux. She as an eetimnble christian ladv, well beloved by all who knew her. Tht uneaved family hayt the sympathy of the whole community. Among the,-- ; who are on the sick list this lira art: A little daughter ol Mr. at and Mrs. J. J. Thompson, with spinal tueniujitis; Mies M.J. Fish, pneumonial .Vvir sr.d Jack Adams, dux. A new cbnreh of the Christian denomination has been dedicated on Wolf Creek, in this oounty, by FJders Jatcre Axbill and J as. Cheslrit. It is called Maoedcrii and ws organised with 30 intuihers, There ore said 1" b certain persona down about Livingston who nee bears occasionally. Wo would net wonder nt their having km snakes, but we never beard 'em called beare before. What will they be cilicd text? Mr. C. Crock and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Nitdd, Aliaruont, ani in town. Miss Maggie Spradliu, of Bill Sinaintuy spent Sunday at home. Mr. Janus Reynolds, a former resident of this place, but now living in Ohio, is spending a few weeks with relatives here. Mr. David Thompson nnd his son Bob, of Garrard, are visiting at F. L. Thompson's. Mr. J. D. Chandler, of spent Sunday in town, Saturday eveuirg as n special train going north pissed the residence of Alfred Ilouk he attempted to crcsn the track in front of it while it was moving at the rate of 25 miles an hour, and was killed, Mr. Ilouk was an old and respected citizen of this county, being about GO years of ago He leaves a family all grown. He lived about four mil, from town and was on his way home when killed. He was accompanied by John Winklin, who siid tjiat they were walking along the track until they cama to a very deep rock cut just befoio they reached Mr. Houk's place and they heard the train coming. Mr. Ilouk said they would walk on the bank of the cut for fear they might bo caught on the trnck. When they had reached the far end of the cut, tho train was f. bout 23 to 30 yards from tbem and Mr. Ilouk started to crcaa tho track to get on the side next his home. Ills foot became entangled in socio way end tho cagine struck him Lcfore he could get losec. He was thrown about 23 feet against a plank fence with such force that some of the planks were knocked off. Ho lived but a flhoit timo after he was struck. His arms were broken, his skull was meshed in and he was internally iujarcd. No blame ran be attached to the railroid as to the cause of his deathu After carefully reviewing the situation the Boston Globe says: "There can be no reasonable doubt that New York will go democratic on the 1th of November. Lou-isvill- e, Mr. William Dunn who lives in Gar town Monday to be shipped to the Louisville Exposition a pumpkin which weighs 220 pounds. It was grown from seed obtained in tho Eist. Dr. I. S. Warren was here from Saturday until Monday on a visit to his family, ho reports plenty of work for the physician and surgeon at Beaver Creek, where he is temporarily located. Mrs. W. T. Read who has been vlsitiog friends hero for sev eral weeks returned to her home in Gallatin, Tenn , Monday. Mrs. J. II, Davis also went to Gallatin to visit her her sisters living there. Mr. N. E Chandler died at his home on Harrodsburg avenue Sunday evening at 7 o'clock of consumption from which disease ho had long been a sufferer. Mr, Chandler and his estimable family have been residents of Danville for nearly three years, having come here from Cniaa'o, They are natives of Itockbrldge county near Lexington, Va , where they lived during the wiir when Mr. Chandler was a soldier in the Confederate army. In the Circuit Court since last report the care of Miller vs. the National Bank of Lancaster was continued. J. C. Young was allowed $75 for keeping Enoch Smith, a pauper idiot for the ensuing yesr. Mack Vandevere sentenced to 21 years in the penitentiary for killing Stephen Carpenter. Commonwealth vs. Bob Taylor and Joe Gains for assault and battery. Taylor was fined $20 nnd Gains In a concealed weapon case against (hem each got 10 days imprisonment and a fine of $25. Jerry Williams whs sentenced to two years' imprisonment in the penitentiary for killing Jim Hughes. Court adjourned until Friday when the final adjournment will take pi ace. Having an admiration for your correspondent's trancendent literary ability, which long ere this should have been shared by the balance of the world, a young friend from the rural districts Saturday presented a letter from his Bweetheart to which he desired an appropriate answer written. The letter contained some mention of mutual acquaintances in the villr.c,e where it was posted. A tin type picture of the writer and many vigorous vows of undying affection, tho least of which waa supplimented by a verse of original poetry. The young friend fearful of taking up the valuable time of your scribe without remuneration, asked how much he should pay for the desired answer and was told that the unvaryj ing price for a love letter was $n.33, but that if the scribe should be to refer to the letter in a newsraper ('vithout giving names), nothing would be charged. This was agreed to and the letter answered. One notable sentence in the young lady's letter was as follows. "My angil i luv you more and more every day, my hart is so full of luv fur you that sometimes think it will bust." The vene, which is certainly a gem, wilt not appear. raid county sent to -- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - -- AND JOBBERS OF FLOUR ID ME1L WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY WH W 3Lk S fff tf9i V&a EJES !Qa SMS 1X1 faVTTa 9K 2 AND CARRIAGES, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - IKEosi Complete Xaine Hardware and Queens-war- e IN THE CITY. first-clss- ier-mill- We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Patronage. BRIGHT fc CUEEAN. Garters with bells attached are advertised bv a St. Loui jeweller. "Tho tintinnabulation of the pretty pendants", he ''sonnds delightfully melodious as the wearer glidps gracefully along." "Hough ou 1UU" cleirs out IUtsand Mire 15c, He, on Corci" for Corns and lliinlons. Thin pcopln, "Well' Health Itenewer" restores dc. 1, health and vljor, curt j dy "Rough on Toothache" glvea Instant relief, lie. Ijull'i whowo.iM retain frnhneusnd vivacity, don't fill to try "Wells' Hselth Kenewcr." "Huchu-palha,- " great kidney and urinary cure. i, Files, roarhea, ants, rat, mice cleared out by "Rough on Rati " ISc. "Rough on Cough;," trochej, ISc; liquid, 25c. Kor calldrsn. sIot In development, puny and delicate, uj"VelU' Health Renewer." "Rju;1i on Dentht" Tooth Potvder. Try it Ifc. Kcrroua WtHkneu, l)jrp(ila, fc'cxunl jpcblllty curolby "Wells' Health ltenswer." Jl. Mother bwjiu's Worm Syrup, fo- - ftTcrUuEces, worms, (OtiitllMt ion, tastclrai. !5c. Stlnglcg, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary Jl. complaints cured by "Buchu-pallu.- " Night sweats, fever, chilli, malaria, dyipepala, enrol by "Wells' Health Renevrer." My husbaul (wrltesa lady) is three times the man elate using "Wells Health Rencwer." Jl. If Touarn falling, broken, worn out and ner vous, me "Wells' Health Renewer." tl. Prevalence o( Kidney complaint In America; aaquhk, complete cure. Jl. " "Itouih e;l, - OF ?iliaCYfch Nl-bug- 3SnE3"W" GOOD -- 'annex' AT- -- XSD- i i mwtfn rf!& ; We are ojcning today a new line of. Jno. Ii. Stetson & CVm. celebrate! hnla Goods worth $1, $5 and $tt each. Bruce A Co. of-i- CSco. H. Hi DON. Mrs. KiieHudson.daughlir of Morgan Smith, late of this oounty, died nt Van Alstyne, Toxa, lait week in child birth. The infant also died but she leaves lluchu-paiba- LSianxd, X$r, We have just received the Largest stock of Fall aud Win- ter Goods that has ever been shown in this market. Jl'iT received a largo and select amjrt n ment of dry g tin' latent fall ntylc, which iro marked down at rock-botto- price J. W. Uaydon. Wk have now open the fmont stock of Ladies' Dolmans, Circulars and Newmarket ever exhibited in this eoctiou of KenOwsley. tucky. KImistnn A i.x. flannels, ladle' cloths and woolen goods of every description carried from last peafou will be marked down nt very low puces. They arc just as good and desirable aa fto'h goods, but wu want to make room. J. W. I lay den. one other child. Ilishop Wilson is reported rs slightly improved in his condition, but far from being out of danger. Ilishop K. K. Hargrove ami Bishop II. N. McTyeire are filling moil of Ihhhop Wilson's appointments. Died, of lltix, nfler a protracted illnefs, Mrs. Joe D. JobtUton. She leaves four small children in the care of a faithful and loving father. She was a devoted number of the Ihptirt church, a kind and affectionate mother and one beloved by all who knew her. fLaccister News, RELIGIOUS. ,KW ADVI.'KTISEMFSTn. Success in Chicken-Raisin- g. For success in cliUVen lalsln get youn? roosters, Now is the Hi. ic to pic!d,.lfjriieit yar. Will lwe st but ord. OttoVr county c art ua7, clw lot of r,vtuQuih',ooier, ol early hatching Want to supply everyboiy tint wants them. You will timl It j lucct-- f to ImtiUIng aod less trouble with gaps. ()uly 5Cc cab lu.t what ttey are 1,1.1 A worth lor table die. jwimiji:. JCY. COMMERCIAL HOTEL! Domestica, Flrtunels, SIY GOODS. Dress Silks, Ca3hnieres, Ottomans, 8TANFOU1), Jeans, Linsoya, Tickings, Kev. Mr. Halo's meeting tt Versailles closed with Gl additions, TitEiiK is great complaint of damaced Robert Toombs is reported as paying wheat, caused by defective stacking. Many late Ilishop Pierce was physically, farmers have had their crops rendered al- that "the mentally nnd morally tho most symmetricmost unsalable, while ono with 1,600 bushof the Nineteenth century." els will hardly bo able to dispose of his nt al man ear Ilishop During the ministerial any price to make Hour. Dudley's work consisted in laying one . McKonniiT A Stacki call the attention church corner elon, conducting one fuof hunters aud others to their large (dock neral, ordaining two deacons, licensing two just received of breech und muzzlo Joiding lay renders, solemniz'ng two marriages, orshot guns, rides, gamo bags, shot pouches, dained three priests, biptizing four adults, lewder flasks, powder, shot and instruments consecrated four churches and baptised for loading and reloading breech-loadin- g thirteen infants. Administrations of Holy guns. Prices lower than over before. Communion, 3d; confirmations, CI; deliver-e- i addrcsso", 75; sermons, ISO, and confirmA majority of the directors of the Lin- ed IIS candidates. coln Telephono Co., has decided that it is Tho Episcopal Council in Besaion last best to sell the lino from Stanford to week in Jouisvillc, dNcuesed n resolution and McKlnney to some one who ojndemntng "bills, fairs, festivals, conceits, will agree to run it properly. Tho proper- lotteries, theatrical representations, and all ty will never be any account as it is and such entertainments In aid of rollgious obstockholders may get some of their money jects," but finally laid it on tho table by a hack by tho sale. All who havo any objec- rote of 10 to 11. During tho difctipeion tion to tho Bale, together with those who Rev. Mr. Benton challenged any man to favor it, will please call at tho Interior point out n single clnuss in the bible which Jocrnal offioe and make known their forbids dancing ordsolares it a sin, but no onecims to time. wishes, Oitober oounty oourt. s Hub-tonvil- lo I have rented tho above centrally located Hotel, and will use every etlort to give entire satisfaction to the public. Neat, cool rooms; excellent table; cheap rates Give rae a tall. Henrietta Cloth, Batiste, Figured Satines, Wool Suiting3, Underwear, Ginghams, 2SMm J. 71. CfiA.ll Ii. Blankets, Jerseys, Children's Cloaks, Beiges, ! Zephyrs, Bed Comforts, 8AE.3E JFATOEfl: Dress Trimmings, Table Linens, Yarns. I offer for ssle privately my farm, near the .tColtoy's Mill pike, 1 mile weit of Mt. Balmorals, Silk Velvets, Basket FJannels, county, contvlnlng Lincoln Balem Velveteens, Opera Flaunels, 07H Acres. There Is a large barn on tho place Curtain Lace, aud the other Improvements are fair. It la well Plaid Flannels, 7 Haudkerchiefs, Collars, watered and fenced. I have 5 acres In tobacco and 15 acres in corn that I will sell cither with the Hamburgs, Bibbons, ', us the purchaser desires. Torus libVeilings, farm or not, J). II'. 7JI.V.V, ' eral. CjII on or address" v Beaded Lace, Ruching, Laces, Mt. fcalem, Ky. Fringes, Crape, Napkin?, Corsots, Hosiery, Towel, ! Iloopskirts, Kid Glovoa, Gcssameres. Having sold my farm, I will on the premises i eir All kinds of Notions. sell to the highest bidder, en blanforJ, Prints, Caiiimeres, Slmwls, Cloaks, Dolmans, Circulars, Newmarkets, FOR lo j rost-otSe- 2jt-l- m PUBLIC SALE The follonlng lertonalty THURSDAY, OCT. 2Stl, 19S1, Twntr-two2-year-o- Don't Look Ltko a Wrock, 'When a man Is going down hill everybody Is ready to give him a kick." Yes, tbat li so. It It ad, but natural, Why, many a man and woman, scoktng employment, wouM havo got It If their hair hadn't ticns3 thin and gray. One bottle of l'orkcr's Heir Balsam Is tbJii the lest Investment. It stops falling hair, promotes new growth and restores color. Clean, highly perfumed, not a dye. A great ImprovsoiMil orer any tiuillar preparation and to'd at tho lew pries if We. Mules, 1 pair aged Mules. luckllng mare Mule, 12 cr IS Horses, 1 aged Jennet, 1 yearling Jennet, an extra Steer, 3 Jack, 1 Jack, 1 Heifers, 3 yearling llelf-- 3 high grade short yearling Hirers, 15 bead of Cows and Clvea, iocludlng 8 or 10 thoroughbreds, 1 thor. oughbred Bull. 1 Albion Heeder, 1 tlang l'low, 1 Wood Reaper, 1 Hooslcr Chain Drill. 3 Wagons, nlot ofTlows, 1 t'prlng Wagon, 1 ltockanay.a Uujgltaand Harness, 1)0 or 500 bushola Wheat, nine, sev100 (jiilluiihuf IloiiH-.iumleral tons or Hay. Ac, Terms liberal and made knon-- on day of sole 1 2sl-td Men's, Boys', Cuildrens1. From the following Celebrated Manufacturers: Alter, Forward & Co., R. L. Stevens & Co., Lilly, Brackett & Co., ' Reed BOOTS 5eaver, JL.TWT Heiser. SJ3E3noE3JS it ChnB. J sues cttaw. Paper. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, Samples by mail when desired. Oil Cloth, Wall t t m: Kjr JCJmj!mJLmH JLaJ s T3 staea in LL OPIN MY NEW STORE. SATURDAY, 00T0B In the new building just completed, one door below my old stand, and I call the attention of my customers and friends in general that I have just returned from the East with an entire new stock of Men's and Boys5 Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Furnishing1 Goods, Notions, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Yalises, &c, &c, which I now offer at such low prices that I can not fail to please the closet buyer of Lincoln or any other county. I have purchased for cash several large lots of Boots and Shoes, Bed Comforts, Blankets, DresS Goods, Calicos, &c, which I will offer on the opening and continue one week ONLY at the following prices: .. Il.J vuujiuiio ycr jnru j xjnrgu um fi.-,f- .i. 7c per yd Best Check Cotten be per yard Dress Uoods 9c per yard All wool Jeans 7Ac per yard ' Towel 6c per yard Ladies' Custom made Button Shoes 4c per yard Boots, Calf-skiest t j; uuiiuu .auuea 9c and 10c per yard uuuira t..i Toe each Ladies' Front Lace Calf Shoes 4oc eaeh , Ladies Glove Kid Button Shoes 9. uu ' , M ii - j uooa ibiicu n-- ir ...Ilr ( Best Indigo Blue Cotten Good Bleached Cotten Fruit of the Loom Cotten Great Western Cotten Good Canton Flannel Good Quilt Lining Best Cotten Batting LarpeBsd Snreads Good Corsets. will at my new stand, as heretofore, do-m-y 80c atd J v. i r untn iucus n urogans.. TAojur yard Men's Nice Suits icper yard 'Mens iNtco Suits 35c per yard l Suits fie each j l Pants S2..r)0 to $4 Shawls n iw ..- vii 3P ,7, , f , 1 ....!..!!!.... 15 8") jrj 53 to go.'i ;t ..fiOcTo goj-- All-woo- All-woo- All-wo- n 1 i n- ci.-- o 82 ho 2." 82 Men lino Hats m S2.r0 gjo,-- , , uvercoats .,.., rf SI. 25 And everythinc elso in mv atoro couallv low. w the same 84 to cf,."i utmost to gain the confidence of the people hy honest, fair and square dealing, and my Motto will "Quick Spies, Small Profits and Satisfaction to Every One." "With thanks to ALL that have given I mo their patronogo in the past, and an invitation to every one to call on mo in the future, I remain, rospeclfully, Mm ft JJji&ft&Ey 0pp. Myers House, STANFORD, KY. I Poweh The I Th cwuiwiirirt is a stfrn prrsecce Pr.mrrvn by Win-i-j nomaniic anv inuresimg. I'UUI'KSSIOXl!. The Elizibetbtown .Xiim givei an account Scientific Amatcan publishes a letter from I which lurks beneath a man's vwt. and : In view of the heavy corn crop made in ftmiMi J. w. Bwa. the South this ceason, effectually losing to of a tracedy that occurred at Hill's Mill, an inventor who proposes to revolutionize wiih incorruptible Tonicity keeps nocount wu ' " CKDK,T' RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E. UUU.DBVT & mtOWN, best customers on Rough Creek, in Hardin county, which the present systems of cultivating tbe of the movements of his heart. our Little U3 (to a great extent) A faTCfito iirFsrrlmli-r- i . . .. 13 V'H .VT L.A. w "It earth He describe1) a nuchine that is rig- tremor., thrilling pulmtion, hot ihrobi of A.X for this cereal, the followins clippinza fr .111 is quite romantic and interesting. ,TL' ."it,."J',..".ccr,'-- l f iWiiut m th"r wind-wheMT. VEHNON, KY. UMjr till. pawion, are ill set !own on the implacable . snil, has urri .irrniit Orbllltu. the Cincinnati Price Currtnt of Sept. IS t, seems, from reliable information, that John ged with large (J f,, r77 U- J ..u ..r.TO,.,n,M1,nif i.ilcb ni .1 tnt I rd pork Skeeters owned a moonshine still in that er for steering, will travel up hill or don, dial, bo that when the lover swarn that his a recognized authority on Brain ALEX. ANDBKHOft', . tbe maid bestd matters, will be found of inUreat to our vicinity, and that he was dividing his time and with wind any direction. A full six hwrt luats wildly ia-vvin defying Uncle Sam's law by manufactur- ed one of CO horse jowtr may be depended him, she has but to examine his record DAKVlLLfc, KY., and hog rail ere: farmers Will nraetlM la thi Courts of Kojlo to J Jlolnltf "The recent favorable weather for rip ing distilled spiriU without a license, and UfVU ill UJBH ICU 'tunn IUUI U...IO uij .vw, & A new device for evading the Maine eountUt B'l In the Court of AjrlJ. of a imitating the Mormon elders by cohabit plowing four acres an hour with but one ening the corn, and giving awurance liquor law i to open the eyeholes of young It will also harrow, J. 11. FIBII, ari runnlnj our mill Air ( irdlnt KOod outturn of the crop, especially in the ing with seven women of loose virtue that man in attendance. 8MdiIlag cocoanuts, (cal.l out the interior, and refill ami jwl work. At Linv. nt b PfMJ Ana Mutrr Coiiwlikmr lUtrkciitJa Circuit Conn f uiJointrriurnol MtneWool cn t leading corn and hog producing sections he kept in a house in close proximity to and furnish the power to tow, reap and with whisky. nl The meat of the nut is said t.7.t. .,t. grrtM tecu MT VKUNON, KY. IT in lillD4llr. I ftrilln, Hh ..lt. a ... bUck W III of the West, has undoubtedly induced a his still. A raid wai made on the still and mow, thre'h, grind, carry loads to market, o pleasantly 11 raetlc la lb ltockcnitla Courts. Coll- jmuDj whtngrru vor and improve the new tloni "L,"la,'i . li Oflj la Court-bou- t. 2 ttntn a .dM wbtn w furnlih It. BtoJ on (IM) holding hack of stock for feeding on the Skeeters took to the brush only to witness orarruate lands, mil travel ten miles content jour wool and fir ui a trial. - J new crop which is undoubtedly a very the destruction of his property, both his an hour in any direction, and carry twenty . &.k . II IILEE T. HUFFMAN, 27Hu MllbtlliDur(, Kr HU II CIS ON wise policy for the farmer to pursue. There still and his harem. lie suspected his passengers, provided there is a good breeze. UTANFOIU). KY. Offlcv South tide Main titint, two will be abundance of corn, relatively Great- cousin, George Thomas Skeeters, as one of The machines are not expensive to build. dxri above the Mjcii Uoul: hogs to consume it, this the raides, and, bent on revenge, he rode Surely there must be a "good time comer in supply than Put Nitrous OalJa tdialnliter! whsn College. season, hence there will be a good demand to George Thomas' house with Mary Drake, ing," for farmers. for stock dors, and the animals will be put one of his mistresses, mounted behind him. fur NTANFKIt KY. The manufacture of "buffalo-hornSSate DK. W. B. PENNY, into good order for market. Thi? would As soon a his cousin came out he charged niture has become an industry in New E. H. BURNSIDE, XOlltlHt. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. seem to indicate that at least early in this him with destroying his property, and upWith a Full Corps of Teachers, fork. The horns are not those of the biOrBce Office hour This Old and Well - Known from 8 toorer alUibt.8. 1I.tIU'i Horn.Aneatbetlci ad reason there will be no inconvenient del- on denial drew a revolver and commenced son, as is commonly believed, but are from l. M.and to Jr. u. TbU ,li Hfleenth Heaalon The accused Skeeters mlnlitrred whrn necoirr. Hotel Still Maintains uge of stock on the market, and the de- shooting at him. the cattle killed in the abattoirs. They lit Monday In September neat. High in price will probably not be bo fled to his house, and, picking up a double-barr- are sold pression at the slaughter houses for a little J ""' tcr puilage and receive A PR 7P shot-guloaded with buck-sho- t, great as many are counting upon. ThereALL THE BHANCHE8 OF A AND lre,a cmtly 1k)x of soodi, which ... mora than what the button manufacturers w li.ln.l nf. ik..... .t ..... luuuer fiirni lL. iuuiv .iMuviiLHtuiiiiunwi. fore, we conclude it to be judicious for tfce emptied the contents of both barrels at his give, are cleaned, dried, scraped and pol- Its Proprietor it Determined that away than anything elm In thli world. Fortunes farmer to mature his stock well rather cousin and his paramour. Three of the limine woraera aixoiuieir aiiro, ished. The coat of making these horned it Shall be Seoond to no Country drOTiTaiK.l Co.. Aujuita, Malno, At unte ad TH0B0UGHENGU8HC0URSE than, hasten it into market now or in the shot passed through John Skeeters' bodr, Hotel in the State in its Fare, Ar taught, u well aa goods is less than that of carved wood, but near future in a partially fatlened condi-lio- n inflicting fatal wounds, from which he has Appointments, or AttenMUBIO, THE LANQTJAOEB. DIIAW. they bring two and three times more than tion to Comfort of under apprehension of perious decline since died. The woman was also wounded INO AND PAINTING. KsrassKNTS the latter. The new industry is almost their Guests. in prices. in the arm and breast, but will recover." monopolized by Germans fr)m Saxony. Louis live stock commission firm A St. & How it Came About One would have New Orleans Times Democrat. IiaKirage m De C0T(ynl to and from t he de expresses its views as follows: 'Unless Louisville, Kr Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, free or rhara;t. Special aerommoilatlnns In Tuition, prices range from I M to JM In tb Ind., dealen In Stelnway A tns', Decker llroa.', to Comnurclal Tra? elsrs. The liar nlll there is some charge from the present situa- imagined that something more earnest in "For ten years past," Baid the new boar, Ilalnoa', J. A C. Flicher, Vow A 8onV, Haldwln A rMular Departmcuu. Primary, always iapr.Med nlth thr- fholcest ; would have been will have a dull and declining character than 130; Preparatojy, 10, and ColfeglaU, Intermediate C'o,'i ColUce. L'nrliibt aud tyiuare I'laco Knrii tion we er, "my habits have been as regular as brandiof Uqaurs and tJO. required after a dose of tragic opera; but clock-woralio tbe Kilo;, bhonlngerand Hamilton Organa. market through this month and October, I rose on tbe stroke of f Instruments nld at prices and terms to suit pursimple frost was gcod enough for chasers. Don't glvo your orders till you get our -,-",ullpIlcVlV.,J " ,0 Bo"1- - Ac. address and if receipts should increase or prove no, the an hour later I sat down to breakfast; M, V. TIttlCtlRAKT. prices at'l tt run. Diuvllle, Ky l'rlncllinl. prices may possi her. Oer the dainty dishes tbey grew at seven I was at work; dined at twelve, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. heavier than expected, fond. They had just admired a handsome a lower point than will he seen bly reach ate supper at six, and was in bed at 0.30; Krom and Illooil Dlicvoi, turnout at the theatre door. after the regular packing Eeaton opens, and only hearty food, and hadn't a sick day u'i arun ..llll'CtlUlll, firua J.llll(a. "When I get married I mean to have ate liftiliiijr, IlroKni ConMI. when competition is active. We think it ! in all that time." "D.'ar me," said the dea luilnusaml Wcakncr.i I Hie Having determined to change my buslneei, I Uf r Jc Vrlunrj' Orunua.aik jour liruyirtst lor bud policy for feeders to force just such a turnout for my wife." would be con, in smypathetic tones "and what were oiler for ala (prUately) my Saw Mill, situated on JOr. CIT.A S3. V. SCOTT'S She gave a gentle sigh, and ns the last This notloo forewarns hunters, nihermen and HrushCmi.-- , In Caaey county, Ky. Tim Engine WORtD RENOWNtO SPtClfIC NO. 13, any larte number of hogs on the market In foi?" And in the awful silence Is stationary; Holler 10x11; hngtne 10a JO, tiiun-tc- r trampsnot to treiiiaaaon our lands faint sweetness of a big spoonful of cream you without rcr during October, unless wbero they are fulhbatt M t at. IUlng Saw and (irlit Mill followed you could hear the hash that . The prorer.y Is and mil vaivuiui tntj ad , is usually a dee move- thrilled her young and sympathetic palate grate its teeth. ly matured. There Burdette HUiilwil, Ky March 17th, 1M, IHIened 1 I). In Good IC.iuiiliij; Ortlor. II. McKlllrlck ment of hogs in that month, which have she threw into her eyes a beaming glance lis.t W.M.MrCoruiaek. .l fWitli 3?liaaiili-niH-KHVK T. lluib, Henry Ward Beecher said in a recent A BLOOD, 1IHAIX & Timber plenty and acrewlble. 1 would be willing K. lteld, TOXIC. been half fattened on new corn, the idea anil whispered: "Give me the first ride in it." to exchange lor good farm atock, such as Mules, )!. Cobb, If ruiirDruKglitdora not krapltnxk him tonrdnlt sermon: "If some angelic reportorial hand JorjOD. SI. per bottle. I)i llNhhle, being to dispose of them in advance of the Honei, Cattle, Ac. Cocu.lScrr mid Iron HlgglnsKilly, IM). llbodea, No cards. Chronicle "Undertones." could write the mother's fancies for her Uth(lrsatritMrdlcIUlcorr7 of modsrn time. rcrMMwiininf to engage In tbo lumlr liuel- - 11. (I. A J. F. (lover. W. V. McCormaca, heavy tupply usually to. be expected in orpaiuihlei, with full nea will Dnd a good 0enlriK by applying tn . I.. Carter M. II. I.ytle, When tbe summer is departing and the child, with all her imaginings and her 0HA3. W. 3COTT.M.D., Knnean City, fflo. T. .1. Hill, Nontnber and December, It would, in i. or.. ix. J. W. WMlherford, Use Dr. SCOTT 3 JLIVHIt V1Z.LS. r '. Vanoi , Huilonvllle, iv'y- thoughts, it would be fitr eading for the li jn. Ilurton, our opinion, b better and, in the end, year is growing old,when the forests are as J. A. JIarrK J. 3. Murphy, 1'. V. Curler, make the hogs good and suming richest hues of red and gold; when brary of Heaven." J. M. Hill. tnoie profitable,) to Kd. Carter. J. 11. McAlliter, T. J. Fuller, risk t!2 market latter en, when there is a softer, deeper ezure tints the cloudless, Buck I en's Arnica Salte. J. I). Jonei, T, M. VS'blle, J. Q. MontKomery h steady and more relirable demand; even noonday skies, and the sunsets give us Tbe beat Salre in the world for Cuts, Urulscj, If. i;. Marcum, Mr, J. j. Molrfy, M.T. Iluuell, be a shade lower the glimpses of the walls of paradise; when the Sores, Ulears, Salt Itbeum, Fever Sores, Tcttor, should the prices THE UGGINT. I. Anion C1JLY TRU2 A. I). Nenland, II. J. Ilant. H. W.OIteiw. grain in weight and quality will more than song birds have departed to a region Its) Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and noall Skin A. (1. Newland, pay reEruptions and positively cures Piles, or Uri uiako up the difference. In regard to austere, and their melody mellifluous, greets quired. Ills guaranteed to giro perfest satisfacr prices the future is very uncertain. The no more the longing ear; when the tion or money rclunded. Price 25 cents per ilvicg southward of approaching winsale by Penny A McAUitcr. crop of'bogs will be up to the average, if it Is 1'rcimrliig for a Lively Summer TTtt.loM.rl.. MlUtltAY'H ,vi.Y;. Trade. ioe not exceed it, but there is no evidence, ter warns, and the carlh'n ripe fruitage, garThousands Say So. jTlio (Jrcat Englisli Ilcmedj, nered, safely lien in sheltering barns; when Mr. T. W Atkini, OlrarJ, Kansas, writes, "I o far, to prove that it will be much in Ills lino of sools, In every variety usually found Is a poiltlve cure for Woik everything now the nights are growing chilly and more noier lioiltate to recommend your Electric Hit ten lu a House of the kind, is oflast year, and while Drain I'ower, Nervom larguand complete. we see no reason to welcome is tho sun it is then the thrifty to my cuitomtrs; they giro entire tatlifactlon and Kxhaustlon, Seminal Weakneis. Voints to lower values, are rapid sailers. Klectrlc Bitters are llio purest Imiiotency. and (icneral Ixu of Judicious Alterations in the Iutomal Ar beliere that the first two months of the coalman adds a dollar to the ton. Somer-vill- e and beat uiedlclno known and will poiltlrely cure rower ol tbe (lenoratlve Organs; Journal. rangements Beoure Koora Uoinfort FACTS RECAR01HQ wuowasa se- Kidney and Llrer Complaints, purify the Mood BiforaTiLbT;. "" "" "'""". winter packing season will show much ui youiiuui imprudence or and Bettor Display. if any decline frcm the prices of a year D?. IiarUr'3 Iron Tcnw, A minister having preached the same and regulate the boweli. Ho family can alford to Zi n.ir." .'-.- " "f. a. IT.,1. l .""." "- - w....(-,.nbe without them. They will aare hundred) of jiaBiiuue, in me ' Particular attention la called to ago.' " discourse to his people three times one of dollars In doctors' bills crery year. Sold at 50 cli. It will purify and onrlch tho BLOOD, reiriilata iiimneu or vision, rrema-tur- e Old Age, and miny otter the LIXEriand KIDNEVB. nml llr.sTiinf-tiiiTho strike of the Cincinnati his constant hearers said to him after ser- a bottle by Penny A Mc Allster. A Largo and Elegant Addition to the Hint leid ut Inunlir r rv.n. HEALTH rind VIQOH of YOUTH! Ill utl llinao dlna.ca rniulilnffaccrtalnanil tlllcleu TONIC, , sumptiou. In all caicaof Female which began Dec. 11, came to a close, vice: "Doctor the sermon vou srave us Stock of Jewelry, especially l)spepsla,AVuiituf Appeiitclndlircs-lionWcakneaithe HpcclUo acta like a A Walking Skeleton. Lack of Htrencllt. vie Its use Is marked the strikers having finally driven to accept this morning having had three several charm, restoring loss or fallnirvlu. And articles o vertu, Mr. E. Springer, of Mechanlcsburg, Pa., wrltei, with liumcdlato and uoiiilcriulw nsults. Ilonci, or, glvlrji to tlie oye a brilliant inu;clcs and mrrcs icct Im lit inrcc. Eiillwui 25 per cent, reduction in their wages. readings, I move that it now be passed." it and sparkling beauty, to tbe cheeky "J was altllcted with lung foyer and abscess on tuo mind and luiinlli-- i Drain l'OHrr. mMSWk. IhA wv ., I.T AAA A t.a.lll. aufffiliiB lioni ull complaints Last year they were given work but eight Boston Beacon. uiwuummuHi, lungs, and reduced to a vatlinj tUUlon. (lot a B i CO nociilliirlotliciriixwllfiliidlii irMurray.Hpecinels aold by .11 Drul.t.K.'t of Dr. King's New Discovery for SB. HAllTEaa IRON TONIO a mfu uud sptcdy free trial bottle out of the twelve months, and tbe wages "Well, welll" said old Mrs. Gumbo, as so much good that I coro, It (rives a clear nml healthy complexion. The itronirnt leillniony to thu value of l)i. for the eight months averaged but 514 or she laid down the morning paper. "So Consumption, which did ma using BTAUFGRD. KY. three bottles I IUUTKii'a luo.y 'Ionic Ii that frequent attempts bougkt a dollar bottle. After at coiinterfi'ltlu?liue only added to the popular SH.50 per week. This poor pay is now they're rescured poor old Qreeley alivel lound my self osce more a man, completely restored llyoftnoorlKliial. If )oi.oarui'Stlydeilre health W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor. mun,c.,.on! "" Cm I and tbe 350 strikers reduced not czporlnivut-g- et tho UUIOIMALA.no llEar do hope Ilorace'Jl take hold of the Tribune to health, with a hearty appetite and a gain la doJirtma jour Milr.istoTna Dr. liarterMad Co. flesh oris pounds." Call at Penny A McAllitci's nre out $195,000 by the reason of the long Slie of Stage,0x50. Eight complete sets of Bctc-erHt.LonU, Wo., tor our "DHEAM BOOK." Strikes, like rebellions, aro wick again and edit it sensibly, like he used tcr. Seating capacity, lucludlnf gallery. 600. Drug Store and get a treo trial bottle of this cercontest. H' ull of itraDcaod us.ful Information, fi.a. On. HAfiTtR's Iron Toniq is ron 8aie dv ah when they fall. iwaionaDii raiei to goo- - aitractiooi. Addn S Railroad Advertiser. d anil tain cure for all lurg Dlieaus. Urge bottles as Corn and Hogs. jrHr - FREE! ro Itf to Ir Lirroitrvjav Attorney at norre. I i Wool Carding V Spinning r- tiM-clilij- tcti..f MYERS HOTEL, DKNTIHT, " STANFORD. KY. Propr Reputation, its 0i Stanford Female IISI-lyr- .) el 1 n -- I. II. ISnld.vin IVit-olN- r, Co., TERMS MODERATE. - Cla-ar- six-hal- SUFFERERS Klilnt-ra.llliK- 1 lin l. Saw MillTor Salo! n POSTED C0CA,BEEFilR0N 2'-"- man rTUC HUSTONVILLE, KY., wild-goo- box-Fo- ex-ce- ss m NlCint lirst-cla- u Memo-ry.Ixjea- uK-ft- , i. "" - stove-mold-er- ills-rat- F'".lf r..Ti wkmt UniCC OPERA HOUSE. above. IVkSl W one-fourt- y. IgW SST lnmntHTHAt.a UBALIH3 kVFaYtWHVRC. r.- WtU Sfcft