You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884100301 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. I CJ? tm tv 1 & ukI in '(I f 10 3, 1884. initial NEW SERIES.-NUMB- ER ! VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 290. OrR-A-lST- O OFE3STI3NTC3- - MEW STORE! NEW HOUSE! NEW t I WILL OPEN MY NEW STOKE, SATURDAY, 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 I HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM THE EAST WITH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF UVCEIISPS JIKID BOTSJ Clothing, Dry Goods I NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,' WMIEM CE09 m 3y k2'tl ? Ml J) ML Mir' rimX flfc. m ft rV fit An W. 3 5' Which I now offer at such LOW PRICES that I can not fail to please the closest buyer in 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: Good Calico Best Ictligo Bluo Cotton Good Bleached Cotton Fruit of the Loom Cotteu Great Weatcrn Cotteu 3c per 7Ac , yard Largo Bod Comforts Dress Goods All wool Jeans Towel Ladies' Cuntom made Button Shoes Boots, Calf-skiLadies' Button Shoes Ladies' Vront Lace Calf Shoes Ladies' Glovo Kid Button Shoos n per yd Beat Check Cotton Good.Canton Flannel Good Quilt Lining Best Cotton Batting Large Bed Spreads Good Coreots. ? 6c per yard 9c per yard 7Ao per yard tic per yard 4c per yard 10c per yard 9c and 73c each ,45c each 70c each 7c per yard 7c per yard 30c acd 35c per yard 5c each 82.50 to 84 , , Ladies' Front Lace Shoes Men's Calf Brogans Men's Nice Suits Men's Nice Suits Suit? All-wo- ....81 81.15 83 86 SS to S25 82.50 50c to 82.50 81.25 84 to 825 All wool Pants All-wool Shawls Men's Fino Hats 81.23 81.23 Overcoats 82.25 And everything oho in my Btoro equally low. 82 1 will at my new stand, as heretofore, do my utmost to gain the confidence of the people by honest, fair and square dealing, and my Motto will be the same: "QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS AND SATISFACTION TO EVERY ONE." With thanks to all that have given me their patronage in the past and an invitation call on me m the future, 1 remain, respectfully, rtcti.ii. rt. (o every one to September 29, 1884, D. i Ss KLA Opposite Myers House, STANFORD, KY. WASHINGTON Sra-lMHuIntmorournri LETTER. Stanford, Ky., Octobor 3, 1884 Washington, To tho Editor of tbe Interior Journal. September 30, 1SS1 in control of the various departments are assumed, by tho public, to be at their posts, The meat infamous character that ever discharging tho obligations which rest upfigured in American politics stands before on them and for which they are well paid. y the nominee for the the country But the delinquency which really exists in preildency of the most corrupt political this respect is something unparalleled Id organization (hat ever existed in this or the history of tbe civil service of this counany other country. TLat infamous char, try. In the Grst place, the President is acter is James G. Blaine, of Maine, the reand has been for weeks. Finding publican standard bearer. Brilliant his so he is aHer a himself left out in tho cold, he throws admirers call him, and side all sence of responsibility and practiaehion, but it is the phoiphoreecent briN a cally abandons the administration of af liancy of a rotten mackerel. Audacious he His cabinet also teem to be struck is in Bome degree, but it is the audtcity of fairs. with tho idea that "this is the time for and a fcotpad. The wily Chandler, the crafho iiytoo, in a manner, but it is the ty Frelloghuysen, the gorgeous Brewster, noisa of the bragcard and the he don't know what of the liar. Dishonest in heart and soul, and the silent, because been gone so long sold the favors of public position for to say, Lincoln having he that they are almost forgotten. To name pelf. Treacherous as a Snake Indian, he botrajed public trusts to enrich himself. the absentees of tbe lesser rank would be a This is not tho denunciation of a personal heavy drain on the official blue book. These who are here are the exception; those enemy, nor the blander of a political Blaine absent the rule. Most of them are in the It is the portrait of James G. as painted by himself a portrait every Geld electioneering for the Knight of the J ine and curve of which was drawn by a White Feather and not a few are drawing Breckenridge pay from the government and at the same pen held iu his own Gogere. News. time are being paid for speeches by the re alleged "Scotch publican campaign club. Notably in this Alluding to Blaine's marriage" in Kentucky, the Chicago Xaca case with General Dudley, commissioner of says: "And it is certainly to be regretted pensions, whose resignation docs not take ! XMlRiMC that such a marriage should have been so eflect for a month, and who is drawing a for Uieialc of tti I haTeleen tppolnteil secret that no record of it was piwerved. salarv of $5,000 per annum, end making I hiToJnit opened on Depot itreet a full line of of Mrs. l'b'ile C.lllalo ami Mis, containing Wo wonder if Sarah Stanwood and S. L. speeches at $50 a day. This for the gentle- firm Aci'fM, lying H ol a tulle from Huitoorllle Stapleand Kancj dcoeeriea that I will tell low fur l&O man who poses as the great friend of the on tbe MU'ty rike ana i ntr uj oner It lrlratt rash or country produce, taut alao agent forth Blaine the witnesses, are still living? It is It It hat a R0Oi lweIIIugtaou! ol two Mori's Mtanford Woolen Mills Yarns and KUtineli, of Ufcmarr to be hoped that they are." Sarah Stan-woo- d soldier, is a glaring example of official de- and C roouii . besl whtrlil always kerpn full !' k. (!te mo a call watered and Is good, rich una worm and nare money. It la I. .TX .4 TTiSii tt Y, married Wm. A. McKim in October, linquency. Not so fortunate is Mr. French, miniwell the nrlre Ilkfvl for It. 2SJ tl tlmn Manfonl, Ky the Gist assistant secretary of the treasury. Ari'ly to toe lor further isrtluilar. J 850, three months after the allcded secret Stanford. Ky. 237 S',ui XV. H. II. THOMPSON', II. T. IlVSir, marriage of James G. Blaine and Harriet He "disappeared" in April and passed the warm months traveling in Europe, paying Of Laurel covaty, Ky., la a Candidal for Htalt Stanwood. She died many years ago. ! liuperTltor ' raxn fur tbeSlh Cjugreattenal DisLeMoyne, who witness the bis own expense, it is needless to say, out trict of Kcctuiky, Nofember election, 1891. marriage of Blaine in Pittsburgh, says he of an unearned salary. But while he was HarlDR sol J my farm, I will on the iireuitHs near Stanford, tell to the blgbMt Udder, ou IIOX. W. S. TOO.G. never heard of S. L. Blaine. He, too, is gone he was forgotten, and when he reGnd Secretary Folger lying dead, THURSDAY, OCT. 21UI, 1SS1, W sre authorized to announce the Hen. W. 8 doubtless dead. Dead men and women tell turned to Young, ot L.urel county, a Candidate to rcprettkt no talea and contradict no tales told by the he also found that he had been supplanted following pericnalty The theltthCongmilonal District, ns a meubtr otlkt in official favor by others and thpugh imTimes. living. Mate Hoard of Kquallntlon, subject to Ih attic, Mule 1 palragpl Mulfs, of the Democratic party. mediately in the line of promotion himself, H 1 surkllcgmare It is of little importance whether Mr. his name was not even mentioned for the Jenoet, 1 yearlingMule, W or 1"'extra J.jrr1ar--agrt Jennct.au 1 titeer, S Jack. Jack, i Blaine's firet or second marriage, thirty Ilelftrp, ) j?ar!ing Heif. secretaryship. Not to grow wearisome on Ul8h grade COMMERCIAL is years ago, was the legal marriage, but it 3 ihort jMrlfng 8ters, 15 head of Cows and the subject of the unblushing delinquencies Ihor- Calrrs, including 8 or 10 thoroughliredi, of the highest importance whether or not riSTA.?fX01tI. ICY. ougbtired Bull. 1 Albion feeder, 1 Hang Plow, 1 of the officials in the departments, I chal Wood Heaper, t Hcoiltr drain Drill, 3 Wagom, Mr. Blaino tells the truth now. His word lenge comparison with I hare rented the a bore centrally located Hotel, any other period, .a lot ofriow. 1 Spring Wagon, 1 Hockaway.S was so badly, impeached by ths Mulligan DKAU.lt IK Buggteiand Harness, 430 orJOO bushels Wheat, and will ute every etlort to give entire satisfaction for the utter disregard of honesty, decency 100 OnllotiNor IloniP.liuulc VVIno. ier. totbepu' i . Neat, cool rooui, excellcat table. letters that what he says in his own of Hay, Ac. ieruit Ubeial aud made Hardware, eral tona Homo HIioch, and responsibility which now prevails in (irocorloN, NhiIcIIck, dive me a call. , cheap rates on any question is not accepted un known on day of sale, Iron, XiiIIm, CSI-l- a Washington. The bank president and cash 280-- tf UticcfiMwarc, JAMES enow. Huggy Whlpa, J. II. CLAIM., Dc less corroborated by other testimony. WIiccIm, Stove, ier delinquencies of the time are only noChiio Mill, KantcM, troit Free Frees. NokcH, GrnleN, ticeable more because effecting private inCider MIIIh, I.np Covers, The republicans are depending more on terests, but as far as criminality is concernNloueunre, Kims Corn money this year than on oratory. Their ed are no grosser, Oliver Chilled. Champioa Steel and Brinloy Combined PIowi, Wooden most noted shakers are not available in Th? republicans have about abandoned and Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin Roofthis campaign. Schuiz and Curtis, Beech all hope of doing anything in the South. ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. er and Higginson are lifting up their voic-e- e They did intend to make an effort to capon the other side. Ingersoll no longer ture North Carolina and Florida, but the John Ihlulit.Jr. regards Blaine as a "plumed knight." Ed- reporU from those States give them no enDEALKSl IK- inmunds is "indisposed," and Conkling couragement. It is now clear that they -- iV, sists that he is not engaged in "criminal must carry New York State to be victori- Drugs, Books, Stationery and -:! . L, ? practice."-"- C. J. ous. To do this they must overcome a uniFancy Articles. ted democratic party with an alliance of NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. "yA liberals; a combination which elected Gro-v- Physic! act' inscriptions accurately compounded. Alao fclL, awaeJi'urta J?&a. . Nathan Welsh, jailer of Jessamine, is Cleveland Governor by over 192,000 Mte.aM dead. (-majority. To overcome this lead is imposThe estimated reduction of the public sible. The democrats will elect their ii debt for September is a little over $13,000,-00- ticket. The Largest Stock of "Watches, Clocks, The Blaine menagerie is on the road and Jewelry and Silverware Mrs. Julia, wife of A. T. McDonald, Barnum's greatest thow on earth pales into committed suicide in Clark, making the Lower than this market insignificance. But will it pay Blaine to Kver brought toWatches, Clocks PricesJewelry P.e-and the Lowest. second person in two days. DniRN, paired on short notice and Warranted. Wall I'aper, start out with a circus at this season? There IVIne, MtiMlcal Mrs. Belva Lockwood suggests a cessaClM'tuiniiH, ItOOKH, I.lutior are many republicans here who are groanliiNlrnements tion in the presidential hostilities for the Ntiitlonerj', Clears. I'oeuet ing over the spectacle. In their view, it is NollpM, Oils purpose of improving the morale of the Cutlery, Joimecos and does not change the 'tawdiest clap-traLumps Perfumery, Tire Arms Maehlu contest ItrCMllM. The thermometer registered 95 at Pe- a vote, except from him. But it was recogOur Jewclrj, Sllrcrwaro . nml . Uiitlcal- (JooiIk liMiartmniit ur In Chariffl of Col. a III I . " tersburg, Ya., Tuesday in the shade. This nized by tbe party managers that someThox. niciiarus, who will iiopalr r.. Hatches nml Clock.., Promptly and In tlio best stjlo. was higher than during the summer. There thing must be done. New York is quietly but solidly for Cleveland. The democratic was one sunstroke. The Carrollton democrat rent $15 to composure must be broken if possible. national democratic committee. Every The Germans of Ohio ars going democratic. the democrat in Kentucky who is able should Blaine will try to magnetize them. Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois are seed on bis dollar at once. Samuel J. Randall has appointments about given up. Blaine must show himto apeak daily for Cleveland and Hendricks self in these States, to save them. In a AND ih Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia word, Blnine was ordered to take hia whole stock of magnetic influence with him and from now until Octoper 12th. U'lii-ixitnr- e ! Belva Lockwood at last has a running start on the road in order to save the republican party from utter defeat. But it is mate. Mrs. Marietta Starr, of California, A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, embracing evannounces herself as the candidate of the a desperate resort and it wont do. People will turn out to see if he is really tatooed, erything from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites. 2Ve woman's suffrage party for Vice President. ALWAYS OX IIAN'I FULL STOCK OF need to go to the large cities to nialto your purchases, no matt er The co ntract for the convict labor of but they wont vote for him. And in the meantime the campaign treasurers, for what quantity nr finality you iraiit, as I can the State expired Sep. 30, and as there are nny prleeH yon can ohtain elsewhere, freight aud will duplicate such are the government employes, have being added. Also no bidders for the work of the prisoners, they a lull assortment of Collins, Caes. NhroudH aud Holies, embracwill be returned to confinement in the pen- quit paying out their money. They fear Queens-warethat a "cold day" is coming about March 4. ing all the A'ew Styles, hoth cheap aud expensive. Ware roemi itentiary. A striking feature of social life at the The star route investigation U still in opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. progress. It has proved that at one time Capital during this season is th? crowds of ladies tho govern xnent was paying $450,000 to beautiful and handsomely-dressecarry mails to offices that yieided less than that throng Pennsylyania avenue every Co. WJT iA feMS'JK pleasant afternoon. I heard a fashionable $12,000 revenue. Hflt IB I New Yorker say yesterday that he met ciirmra The republican party, in its death CHAMBEnSBURQ, PA. rftrugglo for exietcnoe, will make the wilds more pretty women in an hours's stroll Fivo Awards nt the lonisville Expoii; of Ohio howl this week. Blaine, Logan, than would cross his pathway at hia na- VEKYtion in 1883. tSSr--jSElklne, Powell Clayton and other noted tive city in two days. LtiKlnca from 2 lo 2M lion pocr. Saw Mills from windmills of the organizilion are stirrirtf J.'OO lo the larsrit slandanl slM. 1'ortalilo Corn A Mother Who Teaches Lying. TVOCR F335gC'' Mills from tliohorth Carolina MIIIHlono Co., tlio WKrWl-4sWvA..v. up the animals. Ever aince the first young woman I ever let Mills In the world for luakltii: meal for table tue. Write for jirltca. Addrpas The New York Riming Pott Bays: loved swore to me ehe loved me only and . "Tho most damaging of Blaine'd epistlea to GEO. ran off with another fellow I have believe! WEAKEN, Fisher havo not yet been published, and that the female eez does not really underCustomers, No Paying Short-tim- o And to 1MIAMT0N, OENKRALAUT., if one of them, especially, were given to the stand the truth. A young lady last night goods sold on long timo. TraTollogAuent Htaspord, Kr public it would drive Blaine from the coun- very candidly informed me that she con EUT01 ITpi'taiua. steamer." try by the next sidered a lie a very useful and artistic featDuring its present tour the Louisville ure of life, and that the truth was as deB.SKbase ball club has played four games and void of beauty as a straight line, and yet only lost our of them. It is understood a'ae expects me to believe everything she that telegrams have been received hero ex- says. I honestly think the woman was enf AM) plaining that they would have loU the tirely to blame in the Garden of Eden btifi-nesGfth came but for lack of time to play it. young boy who is being I know a Made from the best Mluucsola Wheat. For sale only by simply ruined in his education by his Times. Acting Post master General has issued mother. He is eight years old, with all T. It. WALTON. an order requiring Ihe poatofiice to be kept the noble inBtincta ol probity and obedi A Large Stock oi'tho following open for llu lmio and payment of money ence which eenerally characterizes a boy's nature. This tender parent has instructed orders and for the receipt of matter intend- him that whenever he gets on a car the ap- -Ted for registration, and for the delivery of pearance oi me conductor to collect the . . . registered matter, u til 0 i n. daily, ex tare reduces nis ge under five, He has Baker Grain Drills. Buckeye Grain Drills, been educated to gire that figure when askcept on Sunday and legal holidays. McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, ed by collectnoney The footing of the mortality from chole-rafro- m for hisanybody who wants to weeWa friend tr&asprtauon. Lut KalRm"oo Harrows the Gist outbreak in Toulon up to of the family was displaying his Interest In Ohampion Sulky Plows, Champion Steel Beam Plow. Older Mills, Oane Mills, Oano Mills, Evaporators, Feed Gutters, Thursday amount to 11,132 There were tbe child by inquiring his age. The little last BEST IIOASTED KIO, 7,971 deaths in Italy, 5,708 iu France and boy hesitated for a moment and then looked EuKgioa, Carringos, Surroyo, Spring Wagona, Farm Wagons, &o. 3G0 in Spain. In Naples alone the deaths up at his mother: "Mamma, is he a conductor?" A few JMoIiuc and Fursl and Itradley Nulliy PIowh at Lckh to that dato amounted to 5,023, in Marseilthan "No, child." For sale only by CoHt to clone out. 1V T.TON. les 1,733, iu Toulon 0S2 and In Arlea 383. T. It. "Then I am eight years old." W. P. WALTON. There may be a belief that the public service at Washington is be carried on with some degree of faithfullncss. The officials mJkmJi I ilsBfcawMMii W uiiliin FOR OTX STOCK We have moved to OUR 3SIEW ROOIHC with a BIEW of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to ab-se- nt Loud-mouthe- g CLOTH llilbii DUU TS, SHOES HATS. foe-ma- n. As there is a growing demand for GOOD GOODS, we have bought the S12ST BRANDS in the market, and those in search of a superior quality should call on us. GEORGE H. BRUCE & CO. J. FOK SALE i-- Mew Store! ZE3I.O. PUBLIC SALE rf, 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. Rupley RTJPLEy. Twentj-two2-yar-o- 1 HOTEL! 1 i ni lllbbllldi Midler, Collar, 4 TATE a PENNY PHARMACISTS, C-- Bw;y X er "' Jl'XftlMW MROBERTS &STAGG PllnRlCEllTISTS, I- M' JEWELERS. .rii.. 0. Opera House Block, Stanford, Ky., DilALllItH Ia Ints p ll III WiLTOH, h GrROCXSR, tef Mmim and ggaaiesset Sis UNDERTAKER, Jeaiei- in d Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, , Tin- -, Glass- - aud Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- tflaja T0LlPPR JlmTOiF Taylor Manufacturing ffilTBfe low prices Prompt mm for cash, -- 4Vi 44$ 1. fcii CrXSO. H. WEAKEST, n. IcBlH FAMMl FE,Wg RY- COMMISSION HERCANT MANUFACTUEERS' AGENT. We Plus Ultra Coffee, As Good cis uu:rTD,.ol3Lljs. ass: 3 "truthful James," "heathen Chinee." But he is very droll nnd whether hopping g fashion, to steal tome A FAI.I. lot of Zolgler Hroi. Shoes jut re- LETTER FROM ENGLAND. oil in his thing or investigating ono's ancles just " Octobor 3, 1884 ceived t 8. H. Shnnkn'. Stanford, Ky., I XllA.lH33 'XMliS JOOlin" above the shoe top, with his lancet beak, At Cost. For next 30 days wo close out 1 Pauk Tekhauk, Hkiiioate, London,! he is always entertaining. Charley wanted our entire stock of quccnswnro and glassN. Kept. 1st, 18S1. to take his Mastiff pups to Australia with LAN. LOCAL TIME CARD. ware at cost, to make room for new goods. Dtar luterlw him, but the captain of the steamer would 13 41 r.u. Mall train golnj North- (Cotlnmied from last Itiuc ) ' Hon 111 not hear of it for any consideration and he 1Mi.m. We have some very handsome dinner, tea Our homo life is unchanged since our Expm strain" Seutb...... 10 a.u. and chamber sets. Bright & Quran, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- had reluctantly to leave them behind. Norh ..Uti.v, last. Charlie Wood, just bofore he left for We have heard twice from dear Charley The atxue Ii s!etiUll on standard tlra. Molir TitKsstson having oponod, we aro now Australia, gave George a beautiful since he sailed. Once from Dover, as be time t .ilout SO mluutei liaator fresh prepared to furnish the public with pup, which that young woman is rais pasred down the channel, and again .from oysters. We will always have on hand a ing with most assiduous care. She calls LOCAL NOTICES. Malta. He writes in the last communicasupply which wo will servo by the plate or her "Jip" after Dora's favorite. By the! llL'V your Kcliool boofcn from Tte A tion that nearly nil the pasiengera were sicki by the can, nt our store on Lancaster street. way we pass nearly every day the "Joy Cot enny. iu the Biy of Biscay, where they had the H. S. Mvers A Co. llEAlHirAHTEHfl for school books Ml Mo tage" that h; pointed out as the "original" usual rough sea of that umjuiet water, but -AND lloberlartStBRRV. Am. flannels, ladle' cloths and woolen of tho pretty residence, where Dickens lo- he escaped scot free. We were all trusting Nkw iikadoa of ready mixed (mint for cated his David, Dora and their dog. the goods of every description carricil from last LORD, with him, to deliver him from spring trudc at McKobcrtn A Stags'. season will be marked down at very low George thinks "Jip" tho only appropriate sea sickne's, and He answered the "prayer Watch eb and Jewelry repaired on short pilcts. They are just as good and desira- title for hei pet. Charley gave bor a torto- of faith." At which some of my readers notice and warranted br Tnte A Penny. kitten also, hut in family council A co.Mri.nTK dock of jewelry, latent ble as fresh goods, but we want to make ise-shell will turn up their noses; some will say. wo decided against this multiplicity of dortyle. Keck ford watcher n recialty. Tnte room. J. W. Ilayden. u& "Prayer had nothing to do with it;" and A Penny. mestic animals, and the cat was banished, yet othets will say: "Praise the LORD. Mc'Eorkuts A Kta(!i call tho attention George constituting the minority of one He is faithful vho has promised." Let PERSONAL. of hunters and others to lli'ir large stock and stitimltttug with average grace to the me be ever contented with the 3d class. Mm Polly Hunrr.8 returned with jmt lecelvedof Lreech ind muzzle loading "will of the majority." At pre-cn- t we The glorious harvest weather seems over Mr. E. It. Chenaalt to Fort Kcott, Kan8f. shot guns, rifles, game bsgs, shot pouches, cannot decide whether our 'purp" is a WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY for a while and honest English riin is back Mr. K. H. IJnAzi.rv, wife and Miw powder flasks, powder, shot and instruments nuisance or a delighl; his charming antics upon again. The crops aie safely Us Laura went to LouUTtlle Tneday to vlrlt for loading and reloading breech-loadin- g being so mingled with deeds felonious and housed for the most part and tho dried up guns. Prices lower than ever before. the Exposition. mischievous, that we are rather "balanced" grass and thirsty turnips will be glad for Mn. W. II. Miu.ku hai ic'urntd frnni as to whether we like a dog or not. "Jip" the change from arid to moist: RELIGIOUS. Michigan, whrra he went in the interest t 1 is fairly installed however as a prominent Tho Greens and Ellises aro away in ScotV. H. Politic will preach at the member of tho hin land agenoy. Iiv. "Troupe,". nd muitbe duly land and the Bullets at the seaside. Our Mnw lln.i.r. Hcoiii:., who him lum Method!! church next Sunday morning recognized as such in thce rambling recdear John has just returned with his family confined to her bed eo lon, wrn rctnorrd to and evening. He will preach at Hslls ords. Tho English U not from a 3 weeks' visit to a iot on the Gap on Sunday the 12th at 8:0 v. M. Danville yesterday. much known on our side of the water, Hootch coait near "Eikbank." The chil- The Her. Win. Nolan was married to where the "Skye" and "black and tan" are Mk. K. W. Hock Kit succeeded In rala-In- s ..- I JiL II wuu Miss Aggie Love at Birmingham, Ky., socommen. He is generally pure white orcn UlOOming line cauuice ruBcn the $100,000 he wished for tho ne Gertrude great T,oroBa health, and sister bank at Kana City without the leat Tuesday. The happy groom has leached wiin a paicn oi uibck arounu me eyes ami by the change much his 71th year, while the smiling brldo is one round black spot near the loot of the lr benefitted troublo and could have gotten id We are all and always well. Praise the but 'JO years old and is the reverend gen- tail. The (perfectly marked animals are more. LORD. Ever in Jeus, Geo.O. Baknes. Jean E. tleman's fifth wife. Tho old gentleman Mil. J. T. La.si.uy and Mi highly priznl and fetch "long prices" in as highly pleased with the the dog market. himself Dicklncon were utarrie! at Crib Orchard Martin I. Townsend shuflles foward and For indomitable pluck Wednesday by Kid. J. O. Livingston and yoke matrimonial so far as he has been and fidelity of affection to their owners, sayr he hss "never found words stroDg be to determine with his somewhat un- ther aro unsurpassed. As "ratters" they enouch to express his contempt for a man took the train immediately for Cincinnati, where Mr. Las ley is business with Oraf, limited experience. have no superior, and being stronger than who will sit oa a board ftn:e and watch nine Morsback Co. We extend our warmest the ordinsry terrier they can even tackle a jackasfei play baee ball." Neither would LAND. STOCK AND CROP. congratulation to the happy couple, cor.fi fox at bay in his burrow. Whence the we. A base ball game with less than eight-A three quarter Alderney milch cow ALSO THE- and a supreme doubKback-actio- n dent that they hare chosen well. Mr. Lis They have the handsomest head een "jickt-ses- " name. for sale. Apply to A. A. Warren. ley is a steady, reliable and ceurteons "jicka" for an umpire, would be and face of any of the dog species. "Jip" The Latonia races begin at Covington New tnin, while his bride is an accombeing a very pretty specimen of his race we jut no game of Iwwe hall at all. plished and lovable lady, who will nevtr be today and last till tho 11th inclusive. The shall have the usual difficulty in keeping niven Igister. wanting ia doing her put to imko their K. C. offers special him. In England a good dog is almost a During the Hafes administration the Lynn A Pence have bought of sundry home happr. "legal temler" as being equivalout to "cash thieves stole $4,000,000 from the IV) high grade bull and heifer parties in hand." Vagabonds make a regular Treasury. LOCAL MATTEiXS. calves at an average of $'2'i They are to trade of stealing aud selling them. They be shipped to Texas. THY IT YUUHMKliKt t. Heed wheat at Bright k Cur. arc seldom recovered unless stolen for the Th proof of the pudding Is not In ehwns the The gloomiest accounts are received -IN THE CITY.- purpose of getting the reward, that is ttrin;, but lnbtln- - an ojortunlt) totrytb HtoiiisT price paid for country hams from all over the south-sidsection of Vir Slasf, tl Drnpglits, promptly oflered by the bereaved owner. MrTtubt. and sides by T. U. Walton. and ginia as to the condition of the cro This "department of trade" is quite flour b.T frr trill lottleof J)r. lkpnVo' Cevsh Mid onlto U I2lcid was the Lottest similar day the serious damage oaued by the protract Octoheh ishing in Londcn. Cats enter largely Into Lun?SjrrTjp fcr tcb and From the tobacco counties the with Cusglu, Coll, Ailbait, CoufiiDijitlon or anjr ed drouth. r country for yuan. Toe felt in this this latter Lranch of business, as they so Long reports come of injury that will rhorten the was 111 degrees. entwine themielvoi around the heart) of a All in the Line of Nature. Much of that which, crop fully Moniiay will be County Court and Court will be saved will be Injured by burning. certain class of elderly ladies that "a liberThere ti nothing In the line ot magic or'ruaiterr al reward and no questions asked," is sure aloit that "fondtrful and po(ular tacdldne, of Claims. Judge V.unon will have re The late corn crop is almost totally ruined to follow the loss of "tabby." George lost Tocle. It li iluiply the be.t and molt rclen-tid- e oevered sufficiently to prendc. f the fodder of the early corn is prlnct-j-i- li combination pclble ot the his raven during the summer, but recoverlost. The potato crop is short and inferior. of tbofe Tfgetable curallTes which set power-fullCoal, lumber and posts as cheap as the ed him on payment of a "steep" fine. All cd dlrtttly upon the stomach, llTer, Chicago, Oct. 1. The corn corner hs s is cheapest for cash or exclitnje for butcher "fish" that comes to tho net of this "honand blood, But there ncllhsr Ii, nor will it cr.lniinsted. Only twenty days ago Set stuff. Call on Williams A Kamsey. est tradesman," as Mr. Jerry Cruncher any uccuiful Imitation ot It. It i all the time tember corn sold In the Chicago market for who hrd deipalrcdof ever getting a new line of. 51: per bushel. Todsyit closed a: Wc, would call him. Seven shillings and six- r!l. For yourwlf, jour wife and children. We are opening pence is the quarterly tax, per capita, levJno. Ii. tsletsou A Co's. celebrated hats an advance of 10c, or at the rate of nenrlv ied on the luxury of in BritGoods worth $1, $5 and $1 each. Geo. H. three cents per dav. SEW AIlVKItTlSKVEKTH. Kevsr in tho ain. From the number of animals oce Clriosgo Board of Trade has there been Bruce A Co. if flila tt.tnndt mir.li t. at.l MM tl Irxnba Eioht shares Farmers Bsnk stock, of such clever manipulation. The corner largely in reducing the National debt. It SllCCeSS ill OllickCIl-Raisin- g. Stanford, will be sold at auction here next which was brought to a successful issue to- docs one thtni, i mcuxrel cur is almost un- Tor get youn- - roosoounly court, if not sold privately ltefor. day, it is claimed, iionly thu beginning of a known. No one cares to pay 7 0 for any ters. luccen In chicken railing for next jresr. Now ltbe tttne to proTldet series of corner, in corn, which will cease Will have at Stanford, October rountj-- oourt day, Bee M. C. Sanlley. thing but a "thoroughbred." nice lot of l'lyuioinli rooitert, ot early hatching when tho receipts of the new crops render OFWe spend our Sundays with Georgo at Want to supply everybody that wanta them. You Death. Mies Alice Colvln, a niece of further manipulation impossible. will And It s iucce to batching and lets trouble of the Grange. The dear fellow is sole ten- with sips. Only 53c ea'h Just what theyarc Mr. Thos. House, and a young ladr In Cincinnati the cattle market is quiwi.rth or table ue. iEI J MM I 'BBLE. mnT endowing trsits of character, died et, bogs are lower and dull and sheep and ant of tho old farm house now, the rest of the family being at the seaside. The tent Wedneday of flu x lambs in belter dxmand. Tho quotations is too far from Highgate and the Sunday assortarc. Jort received a large and select -- ATtrains too infrequent to admit of gojog nnd CATTLK. in the latest fall stylos, ment of dry goods secured, and sud Trade-Mr- k Common to rulluro .......... ..?l.Wr33.7.'i coming on that day. So we go over by Cavcatf, which are marked down at all othr patent cauies In the Patent Office and be4.00 I.M cab at 11 (taxi to extr Uutebtri . A. M. and return home by train fore the Courts promptly aud carefully a'tended price. J. W1Haydeo. Common to rttoics blpn I.T5S.I0 31 service. George "does the D'l lte.leri...M . I'iion receipt of model or sketch ot Invention, I S.TV3IM after the Wk have now open the tinwt stock of btorlr honors" in best style and makes ua "at mtk"arful examination, and adrlse at to patIICKiJ. entability free of charge. Ladies' Dolmans, Circulars and Newmarkbulchfrt tiki Imt; iblfjxrs f J.lOdJS.TJ home." The parrots begin to know us so I make no charta J'fvn iiiifTife-,auInformation, 5 00JV40 I et evor exhibited in this section of Ken- Kilr to i!""! iskrs well that they have ceased 'to maintain the tinlfHM jmtout relerence scut on application. 4 9COS.40 advue and special 1'str to row! light -tucky. Elmlston A Owsley. A3fD It 1 1 "X i Mill) J. it.Washington, u. exasperating silence once accorded ua as 1 fWUll T rAimn i. Near U. 8. Patent Office. . A Bekmuiu sweet potato weighing l'J distant acquaintances" and chatter freely. biuw-pounds is now on exhibition at our ofhee. Coalmen to fair M f 2.5O0S.7S Macko" the little green African has s LA5CASTEU AllYEUTIStSERTS. S.2SOLM It was raised by Mr. Sam Dudderar, of (lood toU" rxtra , ...... n.ai.w limited repertoire, saying little more than tu(mr . fo,.r,t.t tr.ll,. v r m4v this county and will .v swe. by the the "hip, hip, hooray," taught him B. F. WAIiTEB, Exposition. Ministerial Amenities. Kev. Joseph convivial party from whom George pur. DEIVX-AWX"Jew. Ballou asks us to mention B. Cottrell, I) D, of the Methodist Chuich chased him on the "Western coast." But Eld. LANCASTER, KY. that he will deliver a speech at Stanford South, who has recently been assigned to "Polly" the larger gray bird is a marvel. Office oxer Cltlwns Nationalto IUnk.X. OfflM hours S p. from 1 court-hom- e next Monday at 1 r. ., in the the church at Cloverport, met his friend, Not to mention a most volumnious series from 8 to 12 x, it. aoJ a. x. BOanrrr. inteiest of the prohibition ticket for presl-den- t. the Kev. Dr. Stackhouse, of the Baptist of whistles and croaks that she has picked l. i HUBBtJ:. HUBBIiE & BUHDETT, "Messrs. Blaine, Butler and Cleve- Church, and invited him to iit him at up in the course of a long aud observant stock of Fall and Winr-te- r received the AT TL.A.SV, We have land are cordially invited to be pyetent in his new charge, adding, jocularly: "I will life, she repeats with most startling dis- ATTOKNEVS LANCASTER, KY. put out a pole for yotl to roost on." tinctness the following sentences: "Who Goods has ever been shown in this market. Will practice In Garrard and adjoining coantlsi lerson or by proxy.'' Dr. Stackhouse replied in the same spirit; are you, eh? What! the same old coat? arid Cojrt ct Appeals Office In tho Itobtnson iWk the skillful Louisequarv. Mn. A. GoMiiTUN, Scuta Hlils r Ul'lio 1 don't know about a Baptist preacher Where is your umbrella? Jim! you are a ville optician, will be in Lancaster next roosting on a Methodist pole." haye you shot! Come, give us Fenian, I'll Monday and remain one week. From "You are right about that," quickly re- a kiss, old girl. Polly is a pretty girl. he will come to our town and Ijiiicaiter sponded Dr. Cottrell. "Being a She's a rummy one. Mr. Wood I do love a weok also, at the Myers House. In Cussimeres, you will deiir) to keep nearer the ground you. Then buy the ring nnd put up the Dress Silks, Domesticsj, MilLancaster the doctor will stay at the nnd the water. Come on; you shall have banns. Po Polly; that's the way to Shawls, Cashmeres, Flannels, ler House. Every person, young and old, the entire Ohio river to dabble in." (Louspell my name. Charley dear! is that you? Cloaks, Ottomans, has. bad eyesight should get cla Jeans, who isville Times. Fifly pounds for Polly. Take her cago Dolmans, Henrietta Cloth, fitted by him. The doctor hears the repuLinseys, Knocked down to you sir. Huebanil .My dear, have you seen any and all. tation of being second to none in his Circulars, Batiste, Tickings, Kumpty, tumty, tumpty, tiddle de tumpty, thing of my collar-button- ? Satiues, Newmarkote, Figured Prints, tumpty too." This last the funniest cf all, Wifo Did you lose it? Djwney tCil.) fii3ml announces Underwar, The Wool Suitings, Ginghams, Did I lose it? no human voico could pronounce it more Husband sarctstlcally) tho death of Mrs. Mary Wade, wifo of Dr. Blankots, Jerseyj, Children's Cloaks, If Ihadu'tloH it I wouldn't ask you If distinctly; with such n ludicrous roll on Cartoll Kendrick, on the Mth tilt. "Mrs. tho first U thnt one must laugh to hear her Beiges, Zephyn, you had seen anything of it, would I? Bed Comfort?, Kendrick was born near Stanford, Lincoln Wife (nervously looking nbout) Well, say it. Sho haa also caught "Jacko's" YiittS Dres3 Trimmings, Table Linen?, county, Ky , and was 00 years old nt ths I oor little one accomplishment, but does HAVE Siik Velvets, daughter of don't you know where you lost H? Basket Flannels, Balmorals, time of her death. Was tho Husband (jumping up and down with not repeat it in the shrill treble of the Velveteens, Opera Flannels, Reuben Forbc, n prominent lawyer, who ExtenCurtain Lace, smaller bird, but she has heard George say boon rage) Don't I know where I lost it? Oh, afterwards became a zealous minister of Handkerchiefs, Plaid Flannels, Collars, ye, certainly; a man would be a fool to lose it in trying to get "Jacko" to speak, She the gospel. The mother of eleven childrcu, fellow fairly squeal Ribbons, Hamburgs, nnd not know exactly where will make the little Veilings, a collar-buttoTo Their Stock ot she lived to raiso all except one dying in Euching, Beaded Lnce, he lost it. I dropped it not fivo minutes with impotent rago by patronizingly sayLaces, infancy." ago up in tho northern part of British ing over and over again: "Jacko! Jacko! Crape, Fringes, Napkins, Tier. Odd Fellows met for the first tin America. That's where I lost the fool col- Hip, hip Aoorayl" They are very jealous Hosiery, Corsets, Towels, of ono another and resent any extra atten in their new hall Tuesday night and lar buttcn, madam. Kid Glovea, Hoopskirts, Gossamcrea, tion bestowed ou either cage. The italics And now haye the Best Stock in Ceo at once to initiating a member. The One bet of $1,000 even has been made in above aro tho signs of the emphasis the All kinds of Notions. lodge-rooproper Is 3SxJ0 feet, witli a tral Kentucky. They have Parlor York thnt Cleveland will carry the pute upon certain words that greatly enand Bed Room Sett, Carpet, celling and is well lighted and ventila- New State by 60,000; $1,000 to $500 that he will hances the altogether startling performanCane and Penitentiary ted. There are three anla rooms and the carry it by 10,000; S5.000 to $3,500 that he ces of this rare bird. My over dear cousin . Childresh1. Boys', Chairs, Marble Top, necessary adjuncts to a lodge-roomother Men's, aud & will be elected; $1,000 to $100 that he will Mary Bowman will appreciate this Centre Stand & ExThe building is an ornamcnt-r'Howcarry New Jersey; $1,000 even that he will of parrot genius, if no one else tension Tables, credit to tho noble order it repreeents. It Ohio. All tho betting now favors will recall vividly her own lost Woven Wine, Cot-te- n much monoy to complete it, cirry dees. It haa required From the following Celebrated Manufacturers: Cleveland by large odds. Top and Hair Matfavorite, I am sure. George has the same taking all and more than tho lodge had on R. L. Stevens & Qu, Alter, Forward & Co., Lilly, Brackett & Co., By selling her jewels the Bister of the rare faculty of teaching nnd attaching tresses, Folding Bed Lounhand and to raise funds to enable them to Chas. Heiaer. & Weaver, Reed ges, Beds & Cots, Wardrobes furnish tho hall, all tho other furniture king of Sweden founded a hospital, and birds and animals that she haa, He is "to Sofas, and Everything Else having been burned, the members will when one day, the tears of ono of the pa- beginning to get his and all-of Store. Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Waltj, to which it is hoped tients, filled with gratitude, fell upon her croak a few words. "Jack" U like give a supper Kept in a as full of tribe to a good hands, the priscm. saldt ".N'ow 1 have my his fiendish "Ways trial nrouart everybody will go and contribute Samples by mail when desired. Paper. Granulated SiiRnr And tricks tbat arc Tain," jewels back again." cause. nal Fitr.su Finn alwiySua linn J. i.'lVHnr-tU- . REV. GEO. 0. BARNES. as side-lon- BRIGHT HKAN T fox-terri- GKROOIEIR,! AND m JOBBERS QF FLOUR M WAGONS, L IifffFs ASD CARRIAGES, "fox-terrie- r" j se And Farming Implements ot aE kinds, of the very best makes. IVXosi -- tmi-ine- ss rat. sUr-rout- e ware and Queensware in the country, Patronage. Complete Xin Hard - e "ii ! lt ry We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House n. one-thir- Fsr-ker- 'i And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Youy one-hal- jr ltd-ne- ri tb-is- BRIGHT fc CURRAN. g FALL OFEMIM -- rock-botto- .. PATENTS, ilst Fe-lisd i w blrll EDmlSTufi just Largest that J.AMUJ--iuu- gUItOEON OWSLEY'S Stanford, Ky. 1I1-1- T wed-foo- t, ENTERPRISE Grocery. Imncnster, Kentucky, GEO. D. BURDETT cfc i:ry goods. T CO. Lately Making sive Additions n m pro-ceed- 15-fo- BOOTS J&JSTJZ KCOESJS ravcn-.VJack- t, re Price. .jj' ' Jl f ritomsioKAL Buttons! Suttjns! Buttons! uo7c Suicides in China. ! The Boston Globe tells all about buttons death I'ho meat bsrbarious of all the . w. naw. aiu m. noRDBTT. riles whic'u havo bten observed In China and where they are made in this way: The STANKOUD, KY. - hunter-- , fishermen and BUHDHTT ft IIIIOWN, This notice forewarnw thnt of Immolating human beings at button trade of New York is estimated to tramps not to trespass on our Umli without perp. WALTON, . . ProprJotor. w. mission, ns all such acta are llabloto to procecuted W. P. WALTON. the tombs of the departed great. As high amount to from $3,000,000 annually, al- lo tue lull extenior tne law. r MT. VKllNON, KY. Signed.) Stanford, Ky March 17th, 1841 hundred and seven men have though Europe is the chief Rest of the but as one aiMofSJase.taOaSO. EUhl comnlet. sets of Btin. Out A W. M. McCoruiac 1'. ncmiinca. ry. Ing capacity, Including ALEX. ANDEUBON, II. T. limb, A. w. carpenter, j'uttttuhed Tucmlnva ami Friflnun, bsea buried alive In the tomb of a eicgle ton manufacture. Glass buttons are nearly F. Itelil, ItMsonabtaratea to good attractions. 7jdri2l C. lllthon, ATXOUNJ3V A.rr 3UA.AV, iadividuat. This horrible custom does not all made in Bohemia, where many children It. Cobb, Levi Hubble, DANVILLE, KY., F. D. Ilhodes, but the same are employed in the factories. They re- - Illeglne Kelly, pro vail at all now, of course, Will practice In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining 83. OO IM3II II. U. A J. F. OOTCT, W. C, McCoruiack, counties in J In the Court of Appeals. ftln4 and inadequate notions of the sacred ceive about ten cents a day, woman thirty u. I,. Carter M. It I.vtle. wo dto to J. Hill, TtfhW paid tirtctly In advance It J. W. Wealheiturd, nessof human life do prevail universally. cents, and the men forty to fifty cents. T. Vanoy, C. Win. Ilurton, J. H. FI81X. Vienna is at the bead of the pearl trade, J. A. Harris. wt 3T time. 83.50 will be charged. J. H. Murphy, Bat of all Chinese customs the most . At juiiw. V. W. Carter, J. M. Hill. And Muter Commissioner lUcsoutle Circuit Cour. & has been the prevalent, public, but many shirt buttons are made in Bir- Ed. Carter, J. II. McAllitcr, MT. VKKNON, KY. 111 practice. In tho T.J. Foster, P.Jones, A Lakeside Musing. J. Ilocknutls Courti. Colle. fishionible suicides, conducted in public mingham, which is also the great locality T. M. White, Chicago lions a specialty. Office In J. Q. Montgomery (134J 11. "Farewell, darling." Mrs. J. J. Moberfy, with every show of pomp and sometimes for the production of metal buttons. The M. K. Marcum, T. Russell, W. E. Anion LBB P. HUFFMAN. The speaker, who was a young man of actually under the general direction of a Paris and Berlin manufactories for novel- A. D. Newland, T1IK OAXVUHG ItUNNINd It. J. A.CKewland. with deep, lustrous eyes, soft mandarin. A gay procession would be ties in this line are the most extensive of 8. W.Glvens. twenty-five- , HTANFOnD, KY. lyrl OUce tioulh side Main Html, two doors above womanly voice, and a tailor bill of more formed and a delighted throng would fol- any in the world. In one vlllege, situated Cars! IhaMjarsUoWi Pure Nitrous Oxide Use adtalnliUred when retwo years' standing, looked up be- low the prospective victim to a scaffold near Paris, and having a population of Trait M.tk. WBRIUY'H HI'ECIFlt', than AND BOLID TKAINH quired. seechingly at the girl ta whom he address- - which had been erected with .great care. from 5,000 to 0,000 people, all of the work-in- g the Great English Remedy, waited for her to reply. Tee seats commanding the best view of the butclass are engaged in makinc agate litems DH W. B. PENNY, 1 these words and LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Is bjxuUIto cure for Weak MemoBut no answer came. In the we.it, where sacrifice would be sold and there would be tons, which, when imported into the Uni8TANVOUD, KKHTUCEY. ry, Cosi of Drain Iwer, Ncrrous Kxhauitlon, Nominal Weakness, the land of crimson llxht that streamed up a grand turnout of the suiciding party's ted States, under a thirty per cent, duty, Otaca orer llobt. H, I.ytlo's atore. Offlcn hour ltupotmi' j, and UeiicrM Lou of dying friends, a well as of the public at large. sell for about thirty-oncents a great gross. irota below the horizon told of the I'owerct tho (traer.itlTo Organs, from S to 12 A. u, and 1 to 5 P. M. Anoilhetlri ad IISI-lriwute and kj through to nti.l all illaf vafu that t, .llnw stv I a--- mlult(lrl when nrcwwsrr. g MM clouds were gathering Perhapi it would bo a young widow, who It is said the material alone could cot bo tail IllSltU-- ) 1114k IUIIUII day, DStora lining, quencs ol youthful Iti)pr.uluc (Jrccucastle. CrairAirdHTlUc, rjtruret oi Mid an occasional vivid tluh of lightning had reeolved to end her miserable existence produced here for double that price. The tho exerts ottnaiun! ypari, such Tr4Mrk. and Chicago nlthout clian?. as UnlTcrsal LaulluJe.raln in tba HXJjTEI ! told of an approaching storm. The wind, on account of the death of her husband, a American manufacturers excel in making biwr, Dlianras of VUlon, Treraa-tur- s TIMK TABLK. Old Aire, and many otter diswhich came in fitful gusts, sighed moaning-)- j widow not being privileged to in bone, brass and ivory and gold buttons BTATIONS. I offer for sabj privately my farm, near the rates that leid to Inianltr r ConDslly. Dally. Coir-r- 's in the branches of the lindens that sur- China. The occasion would be treated as a by machinery, and export large quantities sumption. In all cuesof Keutle Mill pike, 1 mite west of Mt. Lve. Loulitllla Wsskntus the Hppclflc acta Ilka lltpm1 IMim ronlslnlug Lincoln Balen county, lrMnitatt rounded Brierton Villa, nnd the husky, regular holiday by the natives, ror some of the goods. Providence, R. I , has been hirru. restoring loss or fsdln tI- I 01 ami 3 Ol prn e?KAureav, There Is a large barn on tbeiilam Arr. fCrawfordsvllle " 1 05 a in! 3 01 pra and the other Improvements era fair. It Is well sigh of a large brindly cow time the woman would chat pleaiantlr with quite largely engaged in this branch of the or, gtrliiu to tha t a brilliant " Urajette- 8 IS am' and sparkling trouty, to tUoihlr watrrrd and fenced. I baxo S acrr in tiljcco and II nm " Chirac sounded strangely in sccard with its weird her friend.', partaking of a bountiful feast business. W a in g'.vj p m tnermy bloootn or health. AftorTaklng. 13 acres In corn thai I will Mil either with thefarnior mt. aslhe nurcbater ilnln-The riKjetilUKl route, wlih'only one ibangeot Terms IttiAurrtfnndmgs. ' Young men, you are the architects of !1 aTMiirray'sSpwtflc Is sold I y all Druggis's at tr.il. llionialdrei with them on the gallows. Then having )M.'ii;f, or six patkas for 13. Aim by It. W. JH'.VX, vibVa?k.l,i,eW,"? MlnBrseU. Iowa 2tl-Mt. fttia, Ky. The man turni to go. Spite of all he cire'seJ a little child that was placed on your own fortune; rely on your own mall.UtwMagcfree, on rweiptuf price particulars vn pnmphlrt, which will b eyes that the table before her, and adorned it with a strength of body and an do there are teirs in the brown soul. Take for your niallml.frie toerrry appliiatit. Address all comJ.4!. Uul.illU. Kr C3r. 3EL. "WeEX-toir- s such a little time ago were looking loving- necklace, she would take a basket of flow- star self reliance. Inscribe on your banner, munications to the sole manufacturers. .iivitn.t y uznxi ixk ro.. nrataKtTs ly into those of Bsatrice McNultyr and as ers and scatter the blossoms gaily among Luck is a fool, Pluck is a hero.' Don't Kaims City, Mo. GENII111L Sold In Stanford by I'tnny A McAllitcr and all bo walked slowly down the graveled path the crowd, after which she would cheerfultake too much advice, keep at the helm and Druggists tftrywhere. A CO., WDOlfMlg AISDU, the future held for him ly place her head in the noose and swing off steer your own ship, and remember that ASTHCB i'KTSa itmms as though Loulssllle, Kt., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, "illnc-OrHeizw-iyLouliTills, Ky. Itoutc." ' Ind., dealers In Stelnwsy A Hons', Pecker llroe,', nothing but a desolate furrow that could into eternity. As a rule, suicides are now the.art of commanding is to take a fair A V KlKher. Vose A 8ons'. lUldwtn A 8hortrjt llalncs'. J. cruta and and Quickest Routo from Oca Siuare I'uuo Kortes; mr know burcease or ending as though performed without such publicity, but they share of the work. Think well of your- APRI7F e!end a6 costly tor wta jgoods, rrrtlTt Co.'sCotlsge, Upright and and Hamilton Organs. Inx of which irr, tral Kentucny to all PoinU North, Hhonlnger wlUhelpall.ofelthrrMX. to mora money rljhl aleo the been held are very common. the chalice of mighty grief had self. Strike out; aisume your own position. away than anything alts In this world. Fortunes Instruments sld at prlcra and terms to suit East, West and 8outhweit. Don't gl?r your orders till you get out await tha workers absolutely sure. At once 17 the cruel hand of fate and drained to its prices and terms. IMnrllle, Ky. More Cordial Thau Correct. Col. Put potatoes in a cart, go over a rough road A Co.. AUjuila, Malna. Fait Lin Between very dregs by unwilling lips. And then, n politician of Virginia, and small ones go to the bottom. Rite W., a LEXINGTON A CINCINNATI. jest as the horizon of his life seems forever with a slight lisp in his speech, won much above the envious and the jealous. Fire Schedule In Effect fcpt. 1, 1851. overed with the pill of disappointed hope, favor by his affable manners, and the fact above the mark you intend to hit. Energy, he hears the voice of the one woman in all invincible determination, with a right mothat the people generally liked him bad Having determined to change my builneis, I o77 "NoTi KoTTi Jne wide, wide world whom he loves. Oder lor sale (privately) my Saw Mill, situated on Dslly Dally more than once secured bis election when tive, are the levers that move the world. Brush Creek, In Caeer countr. Kr. Tho Engine Dally Kx. fcun.Ex. Sun. "Herbert," she says. Is slstlonary; Holler 14x11; Kuglna tOx'ro: Oiun he ran for office. He usually spoke to Don't swear. Don't deceive. Don't read Ur Shaft W leeU IMglng Saw and (Irlit Mill at Lv. Covington ... S 10 p in! s jo s ui 3 COpm Jn an instant he ii by her side. "You everybody he met, professing to know novels. Don't marry until you can sup" Falmouth... n tached. The property la and E. H. BURNSIDE, e J mt?" he asked, bis face illumined thorn. called " Cnlblana... 10 31 pm 9 cm a iu,Is 37 i. u aa In d mill port a wife. Be civil. Read the papers. in Arr. rarls. 10 40 p Geexl HuuiiIhk Order. Once, during a presidential campaign, he Advertise your business. by the tender radiance of a newly born mil UiuJDpm Make money This Old Lexington,.... ii is pwllJ - Known Timber plenty and accessible, t would be willing pu eooprr Woll .ore met a countryman, whom he shook by the and do good with it. Love your God and 10 U p mll IS am, S to exchange for good farm itofk, such as Mules, I.ve. Paris Hotol Still Maintains livu Arr. Wlatheitir 11 IS . 11) p '!! can not lire band and began: Horses, Cattle, Ai, Yes," she answers. mi t oo pra uli fellow men. Love truth and virtue. Love High Hoputation, Persons wishing to engsge In the lumber busiI.ve. Wl&chrstar ... 'II Mum saon.n "Whv, how do you do thir? I am very country and obey its laws. without your love and we will let papa deness will And a good opining by applying to Arr. Ulcliuuud 1 30 p u 7 13 p tu AND " Ijoeiuler .. II Hi llustonvllle, Ky. II t.OfiAS, s u pu. S41 pui cide the question over which we came so glad to thee you. A fine day, thir! I thee tW-l- f " Bnwland ' Ob, Penelope," said a brown-eyefairy i 2.1 p ra 83 i. m tar making wrecks of our lives. Do you you thill ride your fine old gray, thir." Iti Proprietor ii Determined that I Arr. Iterea Impu ' Llvlmritec "No, sir, this horse is one I borrowed to her blue eyed chum, "I'm just the hapit Shall bo Second to no Conntrr Agree to thai?" 1 II M " U I. AN.ltr piest girl in the world. I'm going to be I u this morning. noiei in tne mate in iti rare, "J do." " U iliiaiaeburc .........' o M n w . . rs j. "Ob! Ah! Well, thir, how are the old married." Appointmenti, or Atten-- " J?y.'v? children have quarreled "And so you THE DKUGOIST. tion to Comfort of "Oh, my, isn't that nice? Of coune, it's gentleman and lady?" ho.s, Nsi. t." r,.j their Quests. vrtr what the first child thall hz named, ".My parents have been dad three years Caar!ey Coone?" Tralsi tsallv - Iuir j HUSTON Nests. Ux. bum. x. Ban and you are not yet married?" asks Mr. r." "Ah, but how ith your wife, thir and will be estiMjed to an J from the de naiitaae itt'Nulty. S a m the dearest fellow in the world." Is I'rrpnrlnp for a I.hplr Sttiuincr I.ve Jelllro. .. free or charge, special accommodations " Llvlnptosi. II t a M "Ye.', paya," replies Beatrice. "I desir-- i the cuIJren?" to r.jnierclalT'aveiers Ihe Bar will " Berrs . . . Trade. "Why, who U he? I rrver heard of "I" am an unmarried man, sir." p . with the ehslreit alrars eappit Arr. Hlrhn.tod I SO p M to call it Bslva, but Herbert uaid that .... 'Inure enough! Do you you thtili live him." brands nf Llqaars and Clears. , Ills line of gr.ls, In every varlely usually found I.ve. BowlaBd . ... II IS am a boy. on the old farm?" "Never heard of him! Oh, Penelope, wtmld be too feminine in case it was I Sril-lain a lioukoortlieklnd.lt Laneaiter .... II 41 a m' .. .. I largv and auupletr. "No. sir; I have jnst arrived from Ohio, he's the pitcher of the Bungtown Bitters, hlebiuond.... lie insists on Cleveland, but that sounds Oi a id I""' Wlncheitrr where I was born." J ptu, and he pitches seven different carre " l Ml B whoribly masculine for a girl." ' Judioions Alterations in the Internal Ar- - I.ve Lexington. "Well, thir, I gueth I don't know vou S 00 p in I M p w J 24 a in ' Oh, you are the luckiest girl in the "Why don't you settle on something that Arr I'arls rangemenU 8ecure Room Comfort .' S U f m Jllpm 10am outh's Com- world!" and Botter Display. feminint? after all. Good day, thir." shrieked Penelope, end then they I.ve Winekesler would i9 neither masculine nor a in 7 20 a ui IW n m panion. Arr I'arls,. p IN p ci hugged each other and giggled in course. "Would that be satisfactory?" Wail rarlkular attention is called lo I I.ve I'srls 3 40 m, 2 IS p tn lo a ui a writer in toe woman s Journal eays: Hatchet. Arr Cvntblana.. ' "3t would." they answer. soapki A Large) and Elegant Addition to the " Falmouth.... When I heir the people complaining that P 8 5S an P i J " Covington. "Then the matter is easily disposed of. M I"". Win. Stock of Jewelry, ttm have no time to read, I feel sure that D.. Farr, recently stated that if one 2 fcave a name." could wa'ch the march of 1,000,000 people .M.1Y.NVIX1.K IIKANCJI. some of tneir time is badly spent, because And articles o vertu. "'Tell it to me," cried Beatrice in girlish I have seen people crowded with all the through life, the following would be obNo. ii I rt T. NoiTH.IUll-vNearly 150,000 would die the Hunday tslljr work which it is possible to crowd into life, served: j),l7 Art) you failing, try Wttw' IIksltti Hx . Lending lovingly over his child, John & oniy. l.s. Suo.iKi. bun. jiwij, a puro, ciean, WDOieaoms and yet have seen them getting some first year, 53,000 the second year, 23,000 says in solemn tones: Lve Corlngton.. IB. BIcNulty the' third year, and lees than 4,000 in the 2 00 pra earnest living thought from our great " Islington We are runnlog oar mill for Carding and Hplnaing 1 00 a m 7 23 a u 4 SO pm "Call it for the preacher who officiated " rarls . thirteenth. At the end of forty-fir- e years and doing good work. Wool ran be sent by eipreae S IS a id 5 14 Kor Drain. Kerre. Klnmarh, Llrer, KMnet. IlSim thinkers. No one in the world can be drivin I in. M S 40 a iu 8 IT pu to us and returned sstua way; park grease secure-- 1 Arr MUlrrtburg. Lung, An l'netiald Iavlvrajt. I'urr. l Maine's first secret marriage pm " tarllile S . In bundles. Carding wklte rwlis, S cts, black en more with hard work than a woman 500,000 have died. At the end of sixty a in a in 07 Chicago Tribune. " Johnson....... IIIIDI V 00 a in 6 00 p ra 9 41 mi uii4i, iwt..(ifr pvuDi vDinirHH is 7 p with several children on a large farm; no years 370,000 would be still liring- - at the " Maysvllle. rieadacbe. Fever. Arue. Chills. 10 00 a in, 10 ai) a mi 7 2 cents aided when we furntih It. Send on your wool and give as a trial. A Startling Story. one in the world can find it harder some-time- e end of eighty year 97,000; at eighty fire, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. 1 So. M To. Al "KiTiT C. IT. WATHOS et JO.V, ' years there would 20-lto get books to read than such a wo 31,000; and at ninety-fiv- e Sundsv lally A newspaper man has many queer expe Dally Nice) to take, tnio merit, uneiualed fori Mllchsllsburg, Ky I only. Ha. run I'.x. Dun be 223; at the end of 10S years there will LIVtH n N Igni diences. My cnaace acquaintance ioiu me man, if the place is not paid for, yet some be Lve Msjirlli.. one survivor. 1 IS pra i Sweats, Me irvous TvoaKnoss, SiSarultOpni Kvxuai uecim thai a few weeks ago, in the northern part of the beat informed, most deeply read, most 1 WSfS"9.KuSu ivt yj.w, aa, 1rwuuis, College. " Johnson. ,.. i 57 p ra 7 30 a, m I2 SSpm iPUiha " Carllil. A fashionable German wedding in Brook 4J p in at w 41 p m e.'b. Yxsxa, Jersey Utr, n. J U. A A. J the State of New York, he one day stum- thoroughly educated persons have been " Mlllenburg J 05 p iu 7 44 am SOtpm Arr I'arls ,. bled upon a factory in the back woods. lie such women. But "something always gets lyo, last week, cloied with an artificial a Uo li STANFORD. KY. .wfiuir9 luiu e oo p m Uxlngton. 4 15 n IU 14m aaVtied the establishment and found within crowded out," and if one takes this best of snowstorm in the concert hall where the " Cjvlngton OS t mll Ma m S SS pm ceremony was celebrated. A heavy fail of aaachine that resembled very much a life, she must leave out tome of the unnecWith a Full Corps of Teachers, 0,T,trTir,ln.No.-- s runs dally from Wineheiter bngs pencil sharpener. It waa revolving essary sewing and unnnecessary conyention-alitit- flakes soon coTered the floor, when a fiery and Leslnuton to Covington, but Is dsllr eareni black horse, decked with bells, dashed inThis Institution will open Its Fifteenth Heasloo Wiindayeouthof Winchester. rapidly. In it were placed large rery on the lit Monday In Heptatnber next. Tra'nNo.1 runs via Ualogton and Paris, an I to the room drawing a magnificent sleigh. Botvla Winchester anJ I'arls A Country Where We're All Climbsticka of poplar wood and these sticks were Falmotth Accommodatlnn: No. 0, dalle. The bride and groom mounted the sleigh jMxi'co'nverted into large, thin shavings ers "Yes, I knew Tom Waller when we Cotlogton 5 IS p in: arrive Falmouth 7 SO p m. Ivt. ALL T1IK BBAMCMK8 UF A No. 9. dally, leave Folmouth a in: arrive CovThese shavings were were both 'wharf rats and used often to and the gueets pelUd them with snowballs. jwiay feet in length. ington s a in, THOROUGH ENCLISHC0UB3E No.sn.Hundsronlr, leave Covington SM a a; then subjected to a grinding process and sleep on the docks in a fish-boand he A young law student in the Southwest rtemnrksble Cnra of Catarrh of the arrive Falmouth 10 40 a in. Bladder, IniuurimaUoaj Irritation of Kidsvtre finally converted into a substance that generally gave me the softest side the side went to an old judge to be examined for No- 3. Sunday only, leave Falmouth 3 pm: arAr taught, as well as neys and Bladder, stono or dravet e rive Cuvlogton 5 inn, ianbled a soft, velvety Indian meal. My thv. had the most feathers in," said John admission to the bar. After a desultory of the) Prostat aland. Projwleal MUBIO, TUB IiANaUAQEB, UUAW-INlxlniton and I'arls: Mo. i .1.11. ..r.,.i a.,n. Sn'lllnsr, Fvmale Dtaeoaca, Incontir.-- i n obese and dar. leste rarls 8 20 Am; arrlre Islington 9 10. mwipaper fiiend inquired of the old man Dye, a conTers&tion, the judge id, "Well, young AND PAINTINO. "ce r f Urine, nil Dlte m'a of tbo (ienit -- . nunusy, leave Ux Rg on charge as to the ue of such an article, ed salesman at the Fulton fish market, to fellow, hang out your shingle and go Lnnary Orjrana In cither nex. For Un1 M P B"'"r, arrive I'arls a 15 p rn. healthy or Unnatural DUcharffe u Fail Line; Nos. S and 4 run L i'in. ... - a Herald reporter the otbef day. "Yes, autc he was informed that it was an artifiI ahead." "But tou hare not examined me " ' also "Chapln'a Injection Flottr." coch $1. Polld Trslni, with Pullman Cars Kor MIl'IIILIS, cither contrnctl or rinelnnatl and ItlAhmnn.l v. ' ..iuil.l".7.- rial flour. The propiietor of the estab- - knew him well then; and now he it 'NeTer mind," was the brilliant reply. "If Mtnry Mint, two chapln'a Cortitii-ti- i ' In Tuition, crlrca rmnire from tu to tvi in it. anil Washington. I), f '. was very reticent in regard to eradr of Connecticut, and I am 'chucking yon don't know no law you won't get no Bitter Hyrup. SI.Mint bottle, and regular Deparlmenu. Prluary, lit; IntermedlaU ThroucU llikela and luggage cbked to anv Chapln'a HyphUItlollUa. 3.00; nndClm-p'V- i 130; Preparatojy, HO. and ColIelaU, SM. deitlnatlon rsehe. bv a rallroail. bat became of it, what it was used for fih.' That isn't his name, though, and practice, so you won't do no harm nohow." Syplillltlc Halve. Jl.OO. fl txrttlrs . F. U. MOIUi; W. II. WJttTTI.EHKY, .rnip. S of Illls, l Halve, by Exproaa on ik who bought it. He said. "Well, I'll John Dzer isn't my name; we don't either ' T"T 1 2.i.'l,,V. For full particular,, aa to Eoars. .V...addre of Sl0.ro, or at Dru?gitx. 'cXcfn" Bucken's Arnica Salve. r .i. yyr.ta. jprwy cttr, k. j.. u. S. A. iednrned if I know anything about it. All of ua know our names. But that doesn't THUKIIKAIIT. Prlucliml. The best Salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, ' Stanford. IJnooln Co.. Ky. iBamtzMmmmmmmMammmmamat 'leneral Manager. (Jen I'.si Agt Jkv. I know is that we males it and sell it. matter; this is a free country, and gives the Sores, Wears, Salt Bheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, I JJjtue folks say they make bread of it; oth- - j poorest boy b chance if he is only smart," Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin j.t..iy they fred their hogs with it, I'll and the fit John tossed another fish into Eruptions and positively cures Plies, or no pay Is Is guaranteed to give perfest satisfac1 Stamford Herald. duroed if I know what they do with it. j the scales. tion or moner relunded. Prico 25 cents ner box. 1M mher not feed my ho?s on it; I'd soon-- ! j, do Joa charge for your For sale by Penny A McAHiter. Uqw ou can't peJcu.f?-- . crbar must? flour for them. ked a lhdy at tho ffuil 8tand Thousands Say So. get any more out af mf , you'd better go a. ,M Ctnfrftl aIoBi TeD cen(g n qusrr Mr. T. W. Atkins, Olrar!, Kansas, writes, "I tiBocton Gaiette. .:(i tha e!er!.. ..Too ,i,a r(,nii(,i .i,p never hesitate to reoinmeul your Electric Bitters ' Est," pereieted the young man, tomycuttomert; ther glvo entire satlifactton and I lad? i'Ai'sit Doors Dora uiado of paper are rapid sellers. Blttera , nl we warrant and best inedlclno Electricand will are the purest known positively cure art begiog ueed in a cumber of apartment "ihiMe are Kidney and Ltver Complaints, purify the Hood lwiijea now belning built in New York City. tbnai lo cure consumption and heart ' Tne wouian nctuitlly purchBeted and regulate the bowels. No family can ailord to Tnc doors of paper con about the same as two be without them. They will save hundreds of Rochester Chronicle. iiuarts. and are preferred by bulldera woodeu one, dollars In doctor' bills every year. Sold at 50 cts. -Dr. 110SANKO. fe fe a bottle by Penny A McAllster. Leciuee they never (brink, awell, crack, This name has Uconio to fiimillar with the moit iicr warp. They are composed of thick of people throughout the United Stntts that It Is A Walking Skeleton, o St IT H I I r2 " tl pi S cj yapsr board?, stamped and moulded into hardlr necessary to stato tlmt bo Is thu originator ol Mr. E. Springer, ol Mechanlcsburg, Pa., writes, HnJ ytnels, cemented togelber with Rlue and the great Dr. IlottiriLo's Cough and Liiri;; 8rup, "I was ataicted with lung fover and abscess on TOtaeh, made to firmly and permanently the pwple i faiorlte remedy, hcr(irH.uown, fjr IiiDgi, and reduced ton vaUinn tltUUjn. dot n Coughs, Co!d, Ccniumjitloi and .ill of of Dr. King's New Discovery for I adhzre by being parsed between heavy roll-u- tb Tnroat and Luus. Prlco 00 cents and $1.00. free trial bottleul.lt. .11.1 , a. r,MMB.i....lyv . 1. v ' bvu.uiDiiiiwiJ! w utii uili UiU, Hi IliULU go?! tUBl 1 '.aaswjssav' they are first cot-rre- J oM hr 3URoUrts I: Stw. ae C2 X 1 ! After being united bough t a dollar bottle. After using three bottles 1 ILflJ S H T O C 5 & S waterproof coating, followed by with a lound niyselfonce more a man, completely restored Cure for Piles. Positive to health, with a hearty appetite and a gain In coating, then painted and Tara To the people of tbla county we would say that Call fleih of nished, and are ready to be hung. Except w have bees given the agency ol Dr. Marcblsl'a Drug Store pounds." a tree at Penny A McAlIiter'i and get trial bottle of thli certhose not in the secret ItalUa Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed tain cure lor all Lucg DJteaies. Large Lotties 8 rrora the lightneia to cure or uiouey refunded Internal, External, aould not suspect that the doora are not B1U.1, D:dlng or Itching Piles. Prico 50 cents CUIIK 11 MW, made of wood. When used as sliding-d(or- n a box. No care, no pay. Penny A. McAHiter, easily noticed and Drugalits. PIIm are freine ntly preceded by a senio of v right the weight is not In tin back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, .tic-- illnaion is perfect. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. cauiing the patient to suppose ho has some affection W - POSTED OPBRA HOUSE, A'rrottNBv'Rj Ul-ly- a.t rvv in MONOiV KOUTJE." Attornoy Louisville, New Albany Court-hous- e. Railway. lnt. SUllOEON UHNTI8T, Pullman Palnco H m Tontlrt. e m r. angry-lookin- . after- 19 FAIfiM JFOn l'oit-ofl- A h Vil ! -sunn" dnrjstjs. m In,w,r,. ffa-Ku- -- I. II. Baldwin A Co., tj, Fuat-otac- Ii rj w i well-know- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Saw Mill For Sulo! tJocru-lloi'.x- Propr its -- la . d Cr. . P. Peacock VILLS, i KY., I'OaTll-Boutt- l' f 1 1 1 4-- JrlL i " lUpu'lUin 1 V; - Wool Carding n Spinning . Ken-tabky- ." DTSPEPSIA. "- -I d, m luttnu Stanford Female . .r t .. Bu ch I I DU-cas- O well-know- good-natur-I- TERMS MODEKATE.I "i'i i Gov-iishae- nt I - nr inifilll llillMTiriii ur PiifinrooillSJi m uuLiniiiHiiun dubbt55 m mi hand-picked- dia-(ai-- e. ZZ r. -- lire-pro- lu u IE5 lu SO .a S - go? 6 If 53 ! I -- 2 5t ' ii s W il 1 O ig 1 25 CEWTS.-- y a a iiiil fi3a a ! ill!! II Ii B5 en dp go an it Ml Mi l 1 Don't Look -- When a UkeaiWHcl. nun li going dowrrhlll creryboiJy la Trady to give hiw a klci.1' Yes, that la ao. It ia oat, bot natural. Why, many a man and woman, arexing employment, would have got It if tbelr ao thin and gray. One bottle of lair hadn't Tarker's Hair Balaam is then the beat Investment. it j!cp falling balr, promotes new growth and Clean, highly perfumed, not a dye. A gietft Improvemeut orer any similar preparation wsd tad at the low price cf SOe. ln Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacemsnt or bearing down feeling, IrregalarittJei, Barrenness, Change of Life, Leucorrbcea, besides many weaknesses springing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous debility, Palpitation of the Heart, Ac. For sale by druggists. Prices Si and Jl 60 per bottle, trend to Dr. Marchlil, Utlca.N. Y., for pamphlet, free. Fur sale by Penny A McAllitcr, Druggists. Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marcblsl'a a female remedy, to cure Female Diseases, such aa Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and ot tha kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, symptoms of Indigestion are present, aa flatulency, iineailaou df tho stomach, etc. A moisture, liko perspiration, producing a tery disagreeable itching, after getting arm, Is a very common attendant Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles ) leld at once to the nppllcattonof Dr. Boi.tuKo's rilo Ttcmedy, which acts directly npan the parts affected, absorbing tin Tumors, allaying the Intense Itching and atfoctlng a, permanent cure. Pries CO cents. Alilri-i- i the Dr. Bosanko Medicine Co., riijiia, Ohio. Sold by t. lyjj ADWiSStOW rQQWE QUE I COME ALU jjgJUJ ssiwiantsins .a-..- ; Jlffij VOLUME XIII. .u- - m 2 ,J 1 $ I .1 x' INTERIOR JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT. VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., OCTOBER 3, 1884. Hkv F. S. 1'oW.itt will preach at Halla Gap church 8iturday afternoon, Ith, at 2: T) v M. Wk are a little croffdeJ with advertise-iiipiinow, bin jrou notice we try to give our iicunI Hiipplf of interesting reading U NO. 290 OANIILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. NEW SI . mm In the new 1 I HAVE JD wJLO 1 A i MEBHIS Which I no t I have purchased - t, Offer on t . Iheir home and lot of seven acre on the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. linrmter pike, 6 miles from town for ',ab,e BnJ uen"olent purpose. Rev. Henry White, alias Washington $1 00, half cah. KOIl I'ltlMOKNT, " who murdered a man named Howard in O ROVER CLEVELAND, A 1,1, pe rsons who have failed to nay Logan county. Kv., t in Jail at mshvllle. Or Nkw York. their nccoii . , Cmwon rso. 0 of the Baltimore and ' VOW VICIM'tlKdlDKNT, informed that we need the money and hope Oaio railroad bridge over the Sequehanna THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, they will nettle without further notice. at Frenchtown, Md , sunk, impriioning 0 Or iNDMHA, W If Hig.Ins. men tinder GO feet of water. KOit CONOUKSS. Don't foret ltieHUpHr at the OJd Pel- Tnc Upp'-is rising rapid low- - ball GOV. JAMBS B. MoCREARY, All the MibnUnliala ly, which ocetwioDa the crave-- t feara on the UK MjklllMIN, and rielieacie- - of Ihe neanon will be nerved lowlandn, where iinmeime damage will be by pretty iirl, willing to lake your Unl done unlene the il hk! atilMide. PERSONAL. cent for a good r um. Mnn- - Hallie Oldham, ho brutally etab- Mn. John J MtUoiirmTs went to bed hy her uncle, Samuel Clay, in Bitli Tiiikty decree at Binmark, 29 yesterday. Ht Il.iford nnd Dmdwood, 32 drp. at county, a abort time ajjo, ia recovering 1 0(i II L Mi PoarKii ha gone to the Fort Cu-- tr and .11 de.. at AnHiniboine. fronl ner mHnv an'' Jarful wounds. Ktpnslllor. The following ofheera of the L. & N. with ki I'm; front were refKirted yeter Ki.p. V. H Ci,oyh grcs to K-da inor uiir nnd I ere we are burnirg up were elected Wednenday: President, Milnn n bur-intrip, n ton II Smith; Firat Vice Preeidenl, Mii Jamm M. Wkay is recovering wih the liierciir mv up in the OOi". Norton; Second Vie e Prmiuent, A. JI from a prettr tiht spell of malarial fever. Mil. C II. Davidms nri-infrom TayMph McCmry and Mr. Jo lor, IVx, miiI incloiOi( money to pay hii Quarrier; Pecretary, I. .bt. Warren. Pennsylvania cattle breeders are using MeCUry, Jr, have nttndtn the nloript(iin o I, HStJ, aya: "Cot-tothe right cure fur A !)iiiville Kxpo-ltin- n thin week. rrop In only i half crop, corn and oat Mtiw (Iuiwiik Rmiuiikik, of Mempbi', are very kci-1- , corn 30 cOi. per bunhel and Chenter fanner found eleven of hi herd eick with the diete. They were prompt- h- - taken charge of vocal music at the nil. "II In ')', 1U. ...I ,ii.. (1 "i . (Allege. She Is said to he a very etierlor pmnd. Ytehtvehad pNny of rain - ly "laughtered and the entire herd will be in killed. inu'ician. the lant few.lavn, hut it In been ftrj dry A Lynchburg, Va., dinpatch eaya: The Mk. John M. McltoupitTij, Sn, nd cinre the lirnt of June " tobjoyear cloeed with September. The MIm M.mie Beazley left yesterday to visit l,l,Ie 0Ter 21'000'- Were "for 'J" iNaconvern.TihTTIding lawyer the family of Mr. V. T.Crrcn ut l'ineville, 00 pound .1,000 000 than the year of Stanford he., id that the only eolu.ion Hell cwinlv. the n'K Mn. F. J Camitiki.l, unable to be of tloonvict labor .,ue,tion wa for the preV,."U'Il1,9'"lfe opa m..ct, larger ultbough cut ehort by idle, hai already engaged and .one on the Slate to buy an Maud or aome other inola- e road for the Curd At Hinton Manufacturing ltd country ami establish a penal colony --The New ork eru.f conta.n more Ioui-villCo., of the ureal saddl and hr-ure- a after thaminanrnf ih. .i. I. firm. With his indnmnable energy, other ootnliti .n the conviot mint either damaging letter from Blaine. It i proved R. B. Turnbull, doing business Mr. Campbell ought to have been a milion-air- be idle or their work be brought in com- that he had f 10,000 worth of clock in the under ritle fraud and used hi oiGcial pothe firm name R. B. Turnbull & by now. petition wi-- fr-- labor whether they did it Spencer Co., at Mr" lis. Mvnn, Hurnside, Wherritt in or outmde ihe prison walla Judge Vr-i- i sition to help along the company. The Junction City, has made an assignment to Herald ilfo publishes indisputable evidence Mr. F W. and Duncan, the fi'hermen, arrived from n'epl-- n Handman.of this place, for the would per Imp be the bet to Koulh Fork of the Cumberland lint night. adopt: "I would have no penitentiarie" th it Blaine owned f 25,000 worth of stock bemfii of creditors. The liabilities are to in the deed of assignment as Thry took a good many Gsh but fearing add he ' For nil grade of larcemea and in the Hocking Valley coal and iron re"Mr. Wm. Glenn & Son $800 their not too solid flesh would melt, sitting other crime It- - thin murder I would pun-in- h gion of Ohio The democrat are polling the State of Ford E.ion & Co on the hot rivei bank, tuey thought discreU-$300; John Heekin A whh the rAiiging in the number Illinois Belurnn have been received from $200; Rhlenhart. Newton & tion the better part of valor and came . Co. $400- - Ji.o t the uinrit of the For at about one-hathe election district of the Shillito & Co. $200, and home. various other par-tie- s nipt ai rape and all tiruba of murder, State. Thoce received mike a showing in larger and smaller sums n the gall rn " It is LOCAL MATTERS'. thai i at once urpning aud gratifying to thongljt the liabilities will reach at least A skvbn found beet, raised by John II. YkiTFRihv hi .ruing abjtit (5 o'clock a the democratic manager. The return 515,000. The aNjeta referred to in the deed I)ickeron haa tin-- left at our oilier, cii'titv th Meri fln fell iipiu the give the nimen of about 6000 republictn are I of an undivided interest in 18 acics roof, pniduciiL' ere t cnnternation amirg who will not vote for Blaine. Should the of land lying near A HCtt prln Nctiry ha lun-ald-June lim City (on which to M my thought it wan an eirth- - remaining precinct' give ihe ame iers:e, only $19.$ has been the guei our Industrie within theltat wetk. paid) and all this i uke an I Htm lin n it upon the order of t'"d "f 10,000 or 12 000 will b found in estate, conaisting of dry goods, boots W 11. HioiiiN's hnijiMt resi-ivet nrw thir gdn wnt out at ntire from the Illiujin-jiiHnlof Cnicign. Tne-- e liure and shoes, notes and accounts due the firm, aupply of oook ntovei and r.ue and building, Koran even forgetting do uol include the Germans wlu hate neither the value nor lo hide the estimated value r.ince, to which he invito your attention. their night apptrel ren in a nheet. The bolted Blaine. of the asset is given. Trie Broiklyn Ziufe "y: "Mr. Tilden Waukk.n A Mrrtm.K hve jmt rereivd brick fell over the noiu of the young A Pinktrlon detective was direet from lioton, an eltv-.line of bridegro'im, Hrvey MeHnerl, and it i H no1 a "ile"t "pectator of the druggie now introduced to ul that h w hreakfant, dion-and tea eia Cull mid the wor-- e frightened indi- - i" progrem, Wenre informed that he i Sullivau, the New Jersey murderer, as a lawyer appointed to defend him. " vidud ever 'n. lie rmhed ma Hy ab ml preparing an addre to tli American fee them. The criminal told hu supposed lawyer I,le which ill be published in a few data, bre-i- y alNg of truce ll.lng in the III, A INK did nut prove much of a draw-in- i; the full story of the crime. By thin card for the Cincinnati Kzpoaitiun morning air and refit! to be comforted, A 'evere ilinew thai overtook him about he will be convicted. The murdereven after the catatroplie had been fully ve weekl ;o ha delayed ihe execution of from thi eection. The rllrovla put ilown barged. There is no law For further partial! tra in'er- - bis purpose. With returning elrenlh he er will be ju-tl- y the rate to n mere ong and yet nobody explained t",,e,, nP "'8 Pu ,0 enrich the literature of under which the detective can be hanged here wan autlicieiilly anxiou to aee the view mine bom, Lice Rurnide thin campaign with a contribution destined with him. The law is einguiarly deficiem : tattiKH-man, to invent even that much Hobti Honner ha 8 trotiera including to Income historic. He will appeal to the in some respect. lime and money to do no. Maud S. which coat him S227 000 intelligence and patriotism of the American The republicans of Ohio are anxiously Tins county in entitled lo nerd four There have been some de of corn in public in behalf of the cmice represented looking in those section of the State properly prepared ntudenla to the State I he field here at $2, en, id to about 2 25 by Cleveland and Hendrick. Mr. Tilden by Blaine for favorable College at Lcxlnpton, tuition free, on the delivered. ,. results of hi lhe mo;t ,rofoutJj ,,0t,icia presence. They aro unable to find any recommendation of Kepreeentative Tliomaa Humphrey Ballon nold hi cttle ad- - thinker, the mont eagaciou and philonoph- P. Hill, Jr. Thoe who wiah lo embr.re verlised in this paper to T M. Lilian!. ic s atesman, In the country iu public sentiment. In fact, not a Coming from thin (superior opportunity to twoire an edu- Son at $170. They weighed 1,020 lb, euch a source, the address can not but have solitary conversion is reported. cation will confer with him ax eoon poni-blJin. Given sold to atme ) teer, 1 200 lb., a powerful Influence in determining the is- McDonald says Indiana al ccn"- sue of the contest." will give Cleveland 20,000 majority. ". ('ou and Mhi. W 8. El.Ki.v have t sold Frank Chanfrau, ihe actor, Is dead. The debt or the United State?, lew cash In treasury, is $1,425,107,055. d Seventeen of tobacco, valued at $180,000, niahipped ftom Lancaster, IV, to Sin Francisco. Tha will of John W. Garrett devotes 550 000 nnnuslly of hi not Income to char- car-loa- tii. r pi Cm-etnni- ti It-i- 1 lo-J- Eck-etei- bn S-- n pleuro-pneumoni- 1. ' e, Hn-li- .. 1?.' Little Charlie, one of the twin babies of Mr. Wm.Silllman.died of cholera Tuesday. Mr. M. Hobiijfcn, late of Camp Dick, Garrard county, has bought the property of Mr. Mary Hughes on Harrodeburg avenue fur S3 500. -- Mr David II. William, an old clti-ze- n of Boyle county died at hia home In Shelby City Wednesday. Funeral at Dan-vilcemetery yesterday. Christine, the little daughter of Mr. J. H Knglemati, who has been yery ill is convalescing. Mr. J. W. Yerkee has been confined to his room for about a week by aickneas. The board of commissioners of the State Initilute for deaf and dumb haa ac- CTrf,lUe rert,'8na,ion of Superintendent Dudley, tendered a few daya ago on account of ill health. The resignation is to take effect Xov. 5th, prox., at which time an election of superintendent will be held, ihe Board i considering the applications of competent persons who desire the place. Mr. Jake Engleman is back from the Indian Territory, where he ha been for two year engaged in business. He is home on a viaii and expects to in a short lime. Mr. M. J. Farris now at Evergreen, Colorado, will leave for home about ihe uh inst. Dr 11 W. Dun-la- p left Wednesday for a month's trip to . Bioomington, III., ad varioU9 of of Kansas and Missouri where he has children HWn. Mt,s ktie Caldwell a very popular young lady from near Bryantsville was, mown the beginning of the week. Mr. Jacob and wife and their grand daughter, Mis Stella Bainett, of Louisville, have taken rooms at the Clem-e- n houte to remain several weeks. They have been at Crab Orchard nearly all eura-mele re-tu- rn ett r. e e r: h, on-e- lf dth n per-eon- e nl r peo-wit- h nt n -- d trav-erse- d rev-oluii- e. i. Good Cttlico Beat Indigo Illuo Cotton Good Bleached Cotton Fruit of tho Loom Cotton Great Western Cotton Good Canton Flannel Good Qoilt Lining Beat Cotten Batting Larco B?d Spreads Good CorBets ! per yard 9c per yard 7c per yard Gc per yard a per yard 9c and 10c per yard Gc Dress Goodi...'. .".mrr: . All wool Jeans Towel......... Ladies' Cuntom mado Button Shoes. Boots, Calf-skiLadies' Button Shoes 75c each Ladies' Front Lace Calf Shoes ,45c each , Ladies' GIovo Kid Button Shoes n t i ii.rrt'M if 30c ard - Vtjju&r 3.1c per yard j U..- - M HWMt.IM.l ' 1 II - 1 ... Men's Nico Suits All-woAll-woo- 7i7!TTT?!T77TrT. ...-- . , 5c each Suits l 82.50 to 84 Pants 82 Shawls 81.25 Men's Fine Hats 81.25 Overcoats 82.25 And overything elso in my storo equally low. All-wool 88 to 825 ;.....-.-.-.; 82.50 50c to 82,50 81.25 ,.84 to 825 I will at my new stand, as heretofore, do my utmost to gain the confidence of the people by honest, fair and square dealing, and my Motto will be the same: 66 QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS AND SATISFACTION TO EVERY ONE5 (o every S With thanks to all that have given me their patronage in the past and an invitation call on me m the future, 1 remain, respectfully, D. 4 September 29, 1884. KLS ontb .sil Jtk ft.- 31 -' - Opposite Myers House, STANFORD, KY. ) jflfeeflrf1- i The Kentucky Mexican veterans will have a grand rennion at St. Louis October 8 and 0. The new patent process flour mill at Lexington is now in operation, turning out 230 barrels per day. The report that Gen. Thoo. Erring. demociattc candidate for gorernor of Ohio in 1870. intends to support Blaine, is pro- nouncea a lie. The stockholders of the L. A N. met in Louisville weaneauay an., ueciueu tame $5,000,000 in new slock. President Smith's report is as follows: The mort- gRe debt outstanding June 30, 1884, was 57,530,712 against $57,903,230 at the last reporv. a CRAB -C- V ORCHARD. LINCOLN COUNTY. Stanford, Ky., October 3, 1884 P. WALTON. Since .i-- w. ' T the popular vote for Pm!. fnllnw.! In that veal Lin- - nt coin carried 22 States and got 2,216,009 vote- - McClelUn three States and 1 80S 75 votes Lincoln's majority 407.342. In 1808 Grant got 20 State and 3,015 071 TOter Seymour eiuht and 2 709 613 votes; remiblican mahritv 305 45S. At the next ...:.. k,.i ,s t iaui inn in io-- .i - n.. iiihiil ;. ami qia uiaiuii 3597,070 and Greely six with a vote of with 2 831,079. O'Conner, dein., received 29,408 vote that year, and Black, temper- ance, 5,008. In 1870, Tilden received ma- iorities in 17 States, making his vote 4,284,. Hayes got 21 States and a piputar 855 vote of 4.033,950. In the ssine year Coop- er, greenbacker, got 81,740 votes, and Nmllh , nrnKilltlinn., fl , S''., DltttinP Mf --. r Tilden's majority over all 259,673; over Garfisld and Hancock Hayes 250.835 each carried 19 States in 1880, the former reriinc 4.449.053 votes and the latter 4.- Weaver, ereenbacker. cot 307.- 142 035. :$06, miking an opposition majority aga'n r,t of 270 288. It will be seen by thU .k HtmnoHK Imim1 ihilr once and that their vote has been stendlly increasing since the war, the difference in the last Presidential election being but 7,- 018 in favor of Garfield. With a stronger candidate than before and with one infi nitely superior is every respect to the re publican nominee, we can not see how it is possible for the democry t fiil of victory this time. A rare event in a single life will be by an old timedinner at the Gait House next Friday, the 10th. On t iat day Dr. C. C. Graham, still a hale and hearty citizen of Louisville, will be 100 years old. Three yean older than the present ''more perfect union of the States," he has slept under the bearskin with Diniel Boone, hunted deer with Simon Kenton, seen the Stales grow from 13, with a population of 3,000,000 to 33, with a population of been contemporary with every President of his country and was a guest at the marriage of Abraham Lincoln's father and mother. Times. ,.. hn .. 1801 consists stoo-n- na inriuiwi.iii of $25 000.000 outstanding w.wv.vvv , --- i listed .-- i ed. The floating debt was a8aint$2 138 984 the same date in 1883. The earnings of the road for $5,3b,lll.W, oi! it,. ........ H.i,wj '"' , ., 107 comeoi we roau w iuo ," ' 330 60. against an outlay of $1 20047.10 1 "Tear of the year were $8,823,785 50, leaving the uo u net earnings jo,o:i-ii- --- oi. agaum preceemn. tun ,.. m tbwwe ,. Mii)imii'. ,... u."s i DEATHS. tirt eel-'brat- Bsrney VanArsdale Craig, son of John H. Craig, whosa illness was mention-Garfiel- d Uni-.(,- .( ed in last issue, died at Vanderbilt versitv at 8:45 r M. Wednesday, of typhoid fever, aged 16 yars. He was a bright and promising boy and his death fall with pe- culiar force on his fther and old grnd- father, who had buiMed iiich hope on his future. Three years a? i Barney gve his heart to his God and ha since tried to live christian. Miy his Halite and friends find consolation In believing their loss is bis gain and mat wooin me uoru ,0,c, He cha'teneth. The remtin arrived here at 1 o'clock this morning and after services at the Presbyterian church by Rers. I. S. McElroy and H. C. Morrison at 2 30 r. u. will be 1 i 1 away in B .ff loAtery. to-d- the order of the day with farmers and hands that are not too laiy to work can mako good wage. Conundrum: If Uor. J. H. McCreary .. .t i- - .nrh men aa Phil ,. .t,, nmhim. lm manr ono fMej men jjke Sebaslian can he beat? Col. W. Q. Welch and Judge Jno.M. of Stanford, and the Hon. Kouert Phi TomjnMD( of Lancaster, are here taking depositions In the ewe of V. H. Singleton's helrs Ti CUra W, Sinpleton, his widow. B Qllkereon has returned homo ,f,er business trip of oiie two months at , Tennessee will jjm uhatUnoogtf mainrii in i.iHVoiftmt man duo a,aui ,,' Kentucky nanlin ,nj Will Bumper are down with lever. .Mrs. Jonn 8lavin. of Danville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. W. Jones, this week, here R,uirrels are almost s they were in 1876 and corn fields near timber sre being greatly damaged by them. h they have not reached Stanford yet.come up, Mr. Editor, and we will take a hunt and i.ava a bunroo nrenariHi bv that nrince of burgoomakere, A. Carwn, &q , and if you don't think he can make good burgoo ask Wrlch. We are much obliged to the editor for his kind enquiry about our health. We have not had the flux, but the "blue." We were rather suspicious that we "were one oieeverannai nnea up wun person- als about people that nobodf cared to read about," and thought probably our space would be more preferable tha-- . a letter; hencs We could not have mesnt our silence. von, who send less personals than anybody, bmcuttinclsnoir h-- ..J i. j ir.r D-I- ght say to "Srctaw" that every drunken man orber one, either, that .goU on ,the train, ,, , ... , c vrcuoru u0p nan ,rom """ M ncro "7 nu n u luswno mo genue- aB7 m man be speaks of UTca some sir muee from Crab Orchard. Now as to Crab Orchard being the place where aome "mighty bad men live," surely Mr. 8. is a stranger here. r " eia.yean. mere uaa noi own a quieter or a more civil town in Kentucky. r citizens are quiet, men. We have no bullies or roughs here. And "Sretaw" people who live in KlaM house hould not throw stone. There never has been a time in the history of Crab Orchard k "J mui iter cuikui uitu iu hwmbi- nate her marshal. . r. nt4mt. OWN, OFBRJ1 HOUSE, STASKOUD, KY. nl " iT H.A.W Y. W. P. WALTON, . . Proprietor. Ion, p '" IAV, a abort. ttX'Wm&g'jJ! tod aJJotnlnc "MOiYOlV JKOUTJE." nw. Court la Circuit K'ourti. tlOUM. Collsc-(0- Louisville, New Albany & Chicago J Railway. UNNIN( ffltlHT, o THE OAXVUMK GARRARD COUNT r DEPARTMENT. ti aoon aiovi when is- - I'uiimau AND ralftco 80UD TRAINS Cars! "... Lancaster, balf.past ten o'clock Wednesday morning, at the Baptist church. Mr. How- ard Kice, son of one of our prosperous married to Miss Stella Marks- firme". 'At Int. BNNY, OQra hour IISl-lr- r. LOUISVILLE i TO CHICAGO onbt -- S.NTUCKY. lineillietlri "'"" ""'" "' "' ne. man of was I e.t crwueaa wun eucb an audience as baa rareI bf'n n in Losaster. Ilev. T. P. Hale pronounced the impressive ceremony, The attendants were C. A. 11 bnon and Mis Nannie Wood; B. Q. Fox and Misa Lelia Marksbury. The ushers were W, J. uinnairu.j. u. Johnston, frank ox and Sam G. Harlan. The bridal presents were numerous and costly. The happy couple accompanied by their attendants, left im- mediately via Danville for Cincinnati and the East. ii rq a prominent this place. The church , 'uc" uuBnl" . Uusi- - AXE ! Urcciicustlo. CrnwfordBFlHc, Lnruyette aud ChlcflKo without clmiige, TIME TABLE. I Daily. ' l VZlli;itSUgln MoDoa MTATIONS. near tbe Hut- WMt of Ml. Lrs. Ijoul.rUie Ir, rontilntui; to on lb jiUra Ait. UrirnraiilA. ...... " air. It li well " CrswfurJiTllle... IJfjellf latolmo and " Chlro tlicr with the Teridl llli. Dally. .. ptii1 7 I 01 s iu: 3 01 2 0J s ml 3 o IS am' i M a in H'M) it IHm pta it put pm pm t itos & Co., 4 '!, r. . new, MJ CtliriU KENTUCKY CENTRAL I. fi" J.Joe JonM 8old to Geor(fe W. Jamea 2 -T- b8 B"Kbt farm of 6l0 acrts, in ,m.u mul.colu for:f40 etch 0 W. King Wowlf rd county, h.a Utu rented at$5&0 t- -r acre for next v ear. Oniins. lull pur-- I get our fins, Ky. !!, 4kr llrofc', i ItaMwIn KortM; InJUni polls, uiUtiC'tirHiM ltoitU." 8hortost and Quickest Route from Ocn tral KentueKy to all PoinU North, Last, West and 8outhwest. Fiit Line lletwren PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTT. There was not a single ticket sold here to the Bltlne Show. The firm ot Smith A Rice, successors to R. H. Bataon took possession on the 1st and will In a short time open up a large The Richmond Herald sad It icmarks: "The grandson of John J. Crittenden ia in jail awaiting final trial for murder. The grandson of Henry Clay, bright and popular, is in his shroud, hot and killed by a saloon keeper in a drunken row." Yes, and a of the immortal Pat great-grands- l.heIfaisrim?!?r.l"." P'T" !" with drun ville jail Wednesday charged kenness and disorderly conduct. who would have people believe he is eo fre from sin ihit he can cast a stoni at Cleveland, is catching it on all sides for his uncalled-fo- r, unjust and nnreligious article in the Aposldic Timt If the proprietor of that paper knows his interest he will muzzle the self righteous Bro. Bkinev, Brinev. The people do not want their J 1! auu1 .U-- S pontics cotnoinrq. ugiuu meir I!.! L!-- re- - Ik one of his letters this week Uath says he has been so busy for the last twenty-fir- e years that he ha not had time even to get acquainted with his family. It is all his own fault. Nobody is dying lo read bis gush and the public would be just as well off were he to take an indefinite leive of absence. Tammany exhibited its first open piece of treachery by nominating a full couty and city ticket, without consulting the oth- er democratic organizations of New York, and passing a resolution which first slapped Cleveland in the face and then mockingly pledged him loyal support. stock of goods. W. Ward sold to Dt. Holland, of Berea, a part of the land lately purchased of GidDr. eon Roth well about two acrea for Holland will move in a few days. Dr. Spillman sold to Henry Beailey a house aid lot for $450. Mamie, little diuihter of Cipt. T. K. .. ..!.-?I..S.1 ,iu rtacK.ey, n oeen qu.ie-! mC -- !.L left Tuesday for Lexing- fever. Tom Soper ton, where he will attend college. R G. Ward, olEtBernst.dt, smiles behind the counter of l?. ..1 X Wiles, mil V ara went to the city this week to lay in bis supply of fill and winter stck of goot'a. We chanced to go to Crab Orchard Monday and on our wy stopped st the famous watering place, Dripping Springs. They have undergone such a change finre tluy have been in the possession of Mr. D J Slaughter that we can hardly realize that it was the same place. When we were last theie, there were a few old dilipidated buildings standing here snd there, the ball-roowas propped up with poles. Mr Slaughter has put in their stead two large buildings and in a few days he will have them furnished and on Suurdny, Oct. 18th he will open up with a grand ball, theatri- cal plays, balloon ascension, display of it u.... per head. Adrew Tucker bought of K. H Bronauuh one mule colt for $75. HI ram Hiatt sold to Bowen Gover 2 dry cows and 2 scrub yearlings tor $92. W. R, Dilllon sold to W. T. B. White one yoke oxen for $100 and another to Bob Land for $95. Andy R ce waa here last week and bought of various parties sever al butcher cattle ranging from 3 to 4 cts. Good feeders are in demand and scarce. Cleveland's chances for the Presidency grow brighter each day. One of the most prominent republicans in this district today joined the Cleveland Club and was given the right hand of fellowship by the He hid hardly been members present. initiated before he proposed to bet a suit of clothes that each of the following states went for Cleveland: Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, Manachusetta and Xew York, ,,, Ret Boihlt We hMQ couw will withold thenme for the preienlf but A. 11. Udghea sold 100 barrels of new corn Isai wrek to J. A Couchman at $2 25 the Dein crat. The Lebsnon A'amud rp.ns salei of 100 yearling mules at an average of $87 20; 10 fat mules at $129 and 50 head of 1,000- pound cattle at 4J. field.-Wmcheter Sale! fie drlit Mill JWD SDJ LEXIXOTOX A OIKCIXNATI. fcbrJuIe In Effect gtpl. t, SoctH'iJorxD. Ko. Dally , list. KoTTT Ex. 2 S 1 Tin ij. loxTOi EagtneI uuun-- Mr liUllDtlt. I Hill. ItualrJon No. I Illr ix, tuo. V I Dllr it- - Lt. " Arr. .. . . . . . embw fire-work- Ac he oldeet and largest tree in the world, o far aa is known, is a chestnut near the foot of Mount .Etna. It is hollow and big enough to admit two carriage driving abreast through it. The circumference of the main trunk is 212 feet. The Grizzley Giant, monster of the Mariposa Grove, mensuna 92 'e". Lasley, who wis born and raised here, but now a popular Cincinnati drum- mer, was married to Miss Jean Dickinson, of this place, Wednesday at 11 o'clock, A M., at the residence of the bride's mother. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. J. G. Livingston in bis usual impressive style, in the preoenca of the family, near relatives and a few intimate friends, after which the happy couple took the 12 m. train for Cincinnati, their future home. We have knon the contracting parties for year., having gone to school with them in our boyhood davs and are . vui . u o v UUIUU vu k. k. k m uiic n... wishes and that of their many friends in this vicinity attend them. I notice in your last issue a correspondent from Junction City, who signed himself "Sretaw, says he was on the night express to the republican convention, (a mighty bad plan for a democrat to go to, if be be one) and "that a drunken man got 00 at Crab Orchard, the place where some mighty bad men live, and with knife in band scared two Stanford boys into vca ting their seats," Ac We would like to J.T. ' c.,, on Wck Howard ..:' ,.,,,,. 'I'J k. Wanted to 11 eSafe. An old German down in Ohio, who runs a cooper shop was elected overseer of highways for his town- siip last spring. After wailing a month or two for something to happen, he called on the chairman of the board of surTisors and said: "I vbas come to see aboudt a bond." "Bond, What bond?" "Vhell, I like 10 gif a bon J for one lou-sadollars dot 1 doan't run off mil some money fromde township." "Oh, as to that you wont have any public money in your hands. "Vhell, den 1 like to gif a bond dot I doan't shtel Homepmly's cow vhile I vhas tn onice. 1 vhas elected only six weeks in office, but I pr.in to feel like I wanted to ihteal a whole drove of cattle!" He was allowed to give a bond and went home satisfied. A New Way to Buy a Horse. The 1'urf, Htld nnd Funn sy that previous to the $10,000 race at Hartford, J. D. Ripley ..n..u.i r't,..!.. ir ' I?. ..-.- .. - P ... i" tbe Ry gelding, Pnil Thomp- Prlce nlered for the pur 80D' who w" "J WM "8""1 "'h'R a good chance to win. Mr. Raymond declined but sid hi would entertain an oiler. Mr. iunrj remarked in an off hand way. "I will give you double what you paid David Bonner for hi half Interest ia the horse." "Say double and $3,000 additional and the horse is yimrs " "No, but I'll make it $1 000 " Mr. Hymond reflected a moment and then remarked, "I will take it." "All right, now tell me what you paid David Bonner for his half interest." "What, you do not know?" "No." Well, it was $8,500." "The devil, you say. Then I owe you $18.-00- 0 Order. roulj , be willing tuch si Mulre, Lie, 1'arli Arr. Wlnhfittr.. the luttitxr buil- - I.t. Wlacbnler.. tprlTlncto Arr. UlcbkiotiJ LOO. AX. " IaMiirr Iluitoot III. Ky. " llowUnJ -. Arr. IWrri Kluiuulh " CjnlhUna " rrl CoriDton 3 ' 10 II 111 110 111 4J p .ipu OOa iu in pnM ui jn h. . IS pmln n p ui a. . iu p hi g SI I 11 sun. oopm J PIP 31 i ut oo p a U it mill 33 a ia iu12 to i ui! 12 3) pm ' I ! 1 S pm 6 OOi'tu t 30 p ui 7 13 p ui 33 pm S 41 pui 3 23 i Mpra pm a HIST, cock -- ' Uflnjitftc " Iab 1. AN.lty " UlllUuwburi " JUi" B i .... 2 M p 1 II ' w ....... ( ll ft u II w KY., IomdJ I'OSlll-BotlK- ) Snmiiicr nJ.lt allr I.re Jflllco. HefM LlrlnfiUa. ... . . Jio. 1, No. l, DtlU t Train ,Hx. livXm. bus Ex. i.ll llr sin. aterail hi to Arr. Klrbn.tio.1 I.re. Iw)wli).l . .. " Laotaitrr . . " l.lcbiuoaJ " Wlncbeilrr Arr I'arla i II II 1 II 41 s w I! J9 p 13 41 4Ka Wen .1 I.t Ixlojton.. ion to the Arr I'aru Parli Arr Cjntblana talmoulb. ... ""flSP.!.-- , l.r Wlnrbnlrr - 'F",ipil an. LEJlAr f'.llSUim SO . uTiTili JMpo. 'Wan ?t2P "'Hi a! ,0u J0p lilrn'tiWu .. a ui . a m'. M p ni . mMI fi Oi a 2 M plu, 7 00 a 3 00 p w t 3J p ui 7 24 a w 2 13 p in s to a P P m It y, J ta ui " w ui MAY.SVILI.K HKAN4-HI . r "".,.. .- nnmg bdanlnilnt It j ripr.M rate fcu re cta , black la fur- - Noatii.llni wn . I ! u....i. Ko. S3 only. Lre Coring (on.. Ko. 41. Dally Dallr Ex. Duo, Ex. Bun. " .7.v" :,,,,'ur'' J i...... s ;x: I 44 .1 ... ll. Sesdoa " ir?.".!-tiOl'TII-Hori- 5 20 p m 10 a tn. 8 4 a ui 8 IJ pm 07 p ui l a in 7 00 pm .1 10 00 a MIIOX) a mi 7 43 p i s I . oo p m 4 SO pru f SOS, WUI, MJ i ! Sunday 0"'7. p No. Si I Ko.34 Dally Dally Ex. 6uo. .Ex. Hun 3 43 a rn pllege. j chert. Lre May, rill,.. " Job n ton. " Carlltle " Mlllmburg Arr Parli ... I 13 " Ixlntton. " CjTbtfton .. 1 37 p m 2 43 p ui 3 03 p ui 1 SO p uii 4 13 p tn 0 03 p I 10 p m 30 a ra I 39 pm 21 a tn J 43 p w 7 41a m 3 OS pru h 10 a ui a Up iu 9 10 a m ( 00pm nill Wa ui iUSDI a t 7 I Demme but it's hot. ounsE iuouku, anu puctlcerso'you "on't do no harm nohow." -iK who John Drer in't my name; we don't either Bucklen's Arnica Salve. W domed if I know anything about it. All of ua know our names. But that doesn't The best SaWe In the world for Cuts, Bruises, IkM I know ia that vre males it and sell it. ma!tr; this is a tret country, and givea the Sores, Ulcors, Salt Rheum, FeTer Sores, Tetter, 7 Sow folks pay they make bread of it; poorest boy a chanco if he is only smart," Chipped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin with it. I'll and the fit John towed another fish into they feed their ho anu positively cures flies, or no pay required. Is Is guaranteed to giro perfest satisfacI duraed if I know what thej do with it. the walea. Stamford Herald , oth-jrta- .; r ui,nn a nrnnilitio HyplUUtic S rvilt K S. Wrr.u. Jcnwy City. r 1 J Kalro. Ji.oo. fl bottlM rnip. of Pillv, 1 Halre. by Exprons on of Sl0.no, or at DnurgM. N. PUIj. 82.00; nnd Cha-pin- 's W In th -- -. rnuarr, r M0; Preparatojy, 140. and ColWlate, InUrunilatt 60. r; n No. a run. dally from Wlneheater and Lexington to CorlnxUin, but Is dally P Sunday Kiulh of Wlnchtr. 8Mloo irain.io. 1 runs rla Leilrntnu m.i U ' .1 not rla Winchester anj I'arla raimouin Arromraodailon:-N- n. 0, dally. Co t nc ton 3 M ! m; arrlre Falmouth 7 0 p m. No. 0, dally, leare Folmouth 6 a tn; arrlre Cor- Ington 8 a m. No. an Sunday only, leare Corlnglon 8 M a ta: arrlre Faliaoutb 10 40 a in. No. 31. Sunday only, leaie Falmouth 3 pm: arrlre Corlngton p ui. Uxlnglon and Varla:-No.- M, dally except eun-ilOBAW. ui; arrlre 9 to. I. No. 3, dally except Sunday, lxlnxton leare Uxlrglon 4 M p mj arrlrp l'aris 0 15 p m. B.llV!U,"""n8..n', ""vl Winchester, riiri Jn7iin,:1,Wi' i r.uIlu,,D "fpl0K .Cars .cdCw"hln"oinUDCl?,0nJ, V ' ,n'1 Wlntb'"" "lJoTK.--Tral- r i..i. I r. lJ Z' -- TE, J.. IT. 3. A. I a. f r.u. moiui; " MKH. w,!Lfuri,,U,iVi.u . O. THVr.UV.AHT. PrlMoliml. Stanford. IJnroln Co.. Ky. l0 Eo"- - 'V)..addrea Pasei.grr Agnl; W. Hf VJi.r ienrral Manager. ' w. n. wiutti.usky, Trar. Psm. Axent. II. W. 4, ixinitii n, I.I.KH, Oen II l'a Jiy. Ast jfltMMBBHpMMBpWjMjBMjBH H IMrithernotfeedmyhoonitjI'deoon.! . .u, u.Ue.jr -- Ur .u. r aiy more out ai (JJofton.UiueUe. i'Ai'SK tat; you u neuer go .. . "" n .Ik.-illusio- luru.'ea now belning built in New York City. Tnc doors of paper cost about tbe same as wooden one, and are preferred by builders because tbey never shrink, swell, crack, iiw warj. They are composed of thick apsr boards, stamped and moulded into Tinels, cemented together with glue and jotwh, made to firmly and permanently adhere by being paused between heavy roll-ar- t. After being united they are first covered with a waterproof coating, followed by coating, then painted and var- ahhed, and are ready to be hung. Except rrom the lightness those not in the eecret Ton1d not suspect that the doors are not made of wood. When ueed aa sliding-doothe weight is not easily noticed and is perfect. Cre-nrom w h'ging Doors ued Doom mado of paper in a number of apartment do Joa for your asked a lhdy at the fruit stand a tae Cn'ral station. "Ten cents a quart," Mid tbe clerk. "Too dear," replied the uai, peris!eu tbe young man, im? , "tbMs ire uni we warrant tbem to cure consumption and heart ' Toe woman actually purchoeted two (lusrtj. Kocheeter Chronicle. hand-pickeddia-rife. I (lIo, pin.itfr ffiuch tion or money relunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Penny A McAlliter. Thousands Say So. Don't Look LtftjUWtjtct. am, bat natural. Why, many a man and woman, employment, would hare got It If their luir hadn't Un so thin and gray. One bottla of Ttrzer's Hair Bxliim li tbtn the beat lnreitmrnt. It atop falling hair, promotes new growth and re. tiesojlor. Clean, hljhly perfumtd, not a dye. A xreat tnifirorenient orer any sltulltr preparation wd Kd at the low price of Mc. aa-kin- t7 -- rt'lien a inxs it going JoVrnTiill embody Is to glre hlw a ItlcV.1"' Yea, that is 10. It is Walking Skeleton. Mr. E. Springer, oi Mecbanlcsburg, Pa., writes, "I was ataicled with lung forer and abscess on lungs, and reduced ton trailing iltU'-un- , Cot a free trial bottle of Dr. KIur's New Dlscorery for consumption, wnicn aid me to much gold that I bought a dollar bottle. After using three bottles I iound myself once more a man, completely restored Positive Cute for Piles. To the people of tola county we would say that to health, with a hearty appetite and a gain in we hare been glren the agency of Dr. ilarchlil'j flesh of 43 pounds." Call at Penny A McAllster'i Itallia Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Drug Store and get a tree trial bottla of this certain cure for all Lurg Diseases. Larue bottles S to cure or mouey rcfunded-Inter- nal, External, u""i uaicjoritcaini I'lles. FIce 50 ceau CUIIK KOU I'IJ.K.1. abox. No cure, no pay. Penny A. JIcAlijter, Drujglatj. Piles are frcjnently preceded by a s?nso of dht In tin tick, loins nnd lower part of tbo nbdomen, Daughters, Wives and Mothers. causing the patient to suppose ho has some affection Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlal'i ol tin kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, a female remedy, to cure Female Dlacaa-e- i, symptoms of Indigestion nre present, as flatulency, aaca as Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and uneasiness df Iho stomach, etc. A moisture, like Ulceration, Falling and dliplacemant or hearing perspiration, producing a ery disagreeable itching, down feeling, Irregalatlttlei, Barrenneu, Change after getting arm, Is a riry common attendant, of Life, Leucorrbaia, healdee manr weaknMMM Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles J leld at once to the springing from the shore, like Headache, Bloatapplication of Dr. Boi.mko's Tlla Remedy, vi hlch acts ing, Spina! Weakneei, Bleepleiineu, Nervous de- directly upon the parts affected, absorbing the bility, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Ac. For aale by Tumors, allaying the intense Itching and affecting a druggtoti. Prices St and tl 60 per bottle. Send permanent cure. Prlco CO cents. Address the Dr. to Dr. Jljtrehlii, Utlca.N.Y., for pamphlet, free. Bianko Medicine Co., riijua.Ohie, ScldbyMeKsb. Per sale by 'Penny A. McAIIiter, Druggiiti. sfuA'SUgj. A - llr. 110SA.MCO. Tbi uame liai Ucome to fumllhr with the meit of propM throughout tbo 1'iiltcl Statu that it li hardly Demur)- to atalo that ho li tlio orlgltiator oi the grent Dr. Ho.inko'i t'ougli ami Luii 8)rup, tbe rwpls faorlto remedy, whfrncH.uown, fjr toujbJ. Cold, Consumption nnd all oi th Throat nnd Luugi. Trlco W centi end J1.C0. Sold by JtcHoLerti Stnwr. are rapid sellers. Electric Bitters are the purest and best medicine known aod will potltlreiy cure Kidney and Llrer Complaints, purify tbe blood and regulate the bowels. No family can afford to be without them. Tuoy will sare hundreds of dollars In doctors' hills arery year. Sold at 50 cts. a bottle by Penny A JIcAllster. Mr. T. W. Atkins, , (ilr.ir',, k'nr.i..., trrltt. 111. ..,VVI nerer hesitate to rseommeud your Electric Bitters to my cuitomers; they glre entire satisfaction and iPfilll MiMATinN nt III Btn W I PSa - nn ' " TTH '""T" I1M -- --- KhP Pi -- rw -- jH W Q IB B ttHi I fl r u iuZ -r tr" SF1 UI b mi tZ b SO bmbi 1 " fei iii is x I I II I M hw oimncooiQQl I H 1 . -TaT WW In I1 I li r? m iB m D H 1 is 3 nr . Ml .? -- - la ""Knits e - g i u s n II M ii i ! i A Iff mn Tmt1iBT ess 3 & 313 il a s-t- ErlJl LfUl ,;" flfl "M s a X( 4 S h ?S lis 5 2 J8 S Si asc Ss S 11 f i s S flfll IHfP i cowe jtLL iiifi