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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884100701 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. 2? tm $ Jk? 0 9a cl eel! O CA Wit ffii 7, L884. gmfl mtftutl NEW SERIES-NUMB- VOLUME XIII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER ER 29JE Gt-A-ZEST- OFElSri3STGr NEW HOU E J NEW STORE! III riiij hi In the new 1 ! NEW GOODS! 1 MY HEW STOR ATURDAY, OCT I call the attention of building-jus-t completed, one door below my old stand, and my customers and friends in general that I HAVE JUST '' j'i ED FROM THE EAST WITH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF iMiiEnsr J Ml O ill IO 1 mM 1 I 41 Iflfc IB m gKM IA OT IX Dry Goods C, cC. i NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, -i '- raiMsaae I have purchased tiWfiiS HAf anf CAP mb' Jf fK. tM K1 ,TT, VAIiISESS, i l Which I now offer at such LOW PRICES that I3 jpan not fail to please the closest buyer in Lincoln or any other county. for cash several large lots of Boots and Shoes, Bed Comforts, Blankets, Dress Goods, Calicos, &c, which I will . 1 - Offer on the opening and continue one week only at the following prices: yard Largo Bed Comforts 7c per yd' Boat Check OoUon Gc por yardJDrcss Goods 9c per yard All wool Jeani 7c per yard Towel.... Go per yard Ladies' Custom made Button Shoes.... 4o per yard Boots, Calf-eki9c and 10c por yard Ladies' Button Shoes 75c each Ladiee' Front Laco Calf Shoes 15o each Ladies' Glovo Kid Button Shoes 3c per i n Good Calico Beat Indigo Bluo Cotton Good Blenched CottoD Fruit of tho Loom Cotton Great Western Cotton Good Canton Flannel Good Qoilt Lining Beat Cotten Batting Largo Bsd Spreads Good Corsota 70c each Ladies'Front Laco Shoes 7$c pe r yard Men's CaliBrogans v-8- 1 . . 7c per yard 30c acd 35c per yard 5c each $2.50 to $4 82 $1.25 $1.25 $2.25 Men's Nice Suits Men's Nice Suits All-woAll-woo- '. l Suits Pants ;.....vr.; Shawls Men's Fine Hats Overcoats All-wo- 81.15 $5 86 $8 to 825 82.50 50c to 82,50 81.25 ,.$4 to 825 And everything olso in my store equally low. 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: : "QUICK SALES, SMALL PBOFITS AND SATISFACTION TO EVERY ONE." With thanks to all that have given me their patronage in the past and an invitation to every onggtb J :pHM call on me in the iutiire, I remain, respectfully, w -J- L-jPm JC if ik. 1 --jL. m ' 4 September 29, 1884. . t- - it ' Ij t Opposite Myers House, STANFORD, KY. Ss hi .,.-- , Mt -- i rr-ii- C 9 wAJULivuMrwfMiitnrzxKXxiiumm vm wwuiiiwwBminiminmMmpp NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Georgia will have four hangings within the next CO day. A fire at Millersburg destroyed three October 7, 1884 Stanford, Ky., building; loss $23,000. Italy has 5,303 criminals housed for W. P. "WALTON. life, of whom 201 are women. Commodoro Kittson'a horse, Johnston, UomvrrnsTANDiNH OMohss always been paced a mile at Chicago Friday in 2:001. rolitblj republican in rirlilentinl rears, This time ia the best on record. F. Dcuglass and Nick Qlbaon quarrel haTingeven Garfield a majority of 35,227 t the Jaat election, that parly !s making ed at the Hopkinsville fair grounds about ibo cio.it eat cffortB of iU Hfo to csrry it $3 and Gibson shot and killed Douglass. Hon. A. S. Willis, having no oppose cow. Besides the Blaine circus, the Logan aido show, the importation of negro voter, tion, has been declared the Democratic nomi the pcatlcring of money right and left, nee foi Congress by the District Committee. Dafalcations of republican officials pcakera are hired to rihit every nook ami hamlet to arotiee the people to the impor- from 1SG1 to 188 i, $39,522,825; for the tance of voting co that it will count in the past three vears $1,851,390.80. Theso figThe democracy, ure! are from official reports ajiproecliing content. jtSijt By the closing of the factories at Pe while making no unusual effort, fa not asleep, but qniotly woiking and eoine of the tersburg, Va., on account of the scarcity of Taoxeenthusiaatic claim that they will car- water, 700 hands have been thrown out of ry the State: Wo can hardly expect an employment. A train of three flats, containing 22 good a result in to bad a State, but wo of Kentucky tbould give the struggling band men, was ditched near Bty Geld. Wis., and G all the help in our power. There is no men wcro killed and three others will die. nneationing the result here aud therefore Only one escaped without injuries. The drummers have a presidential no need of us spending a cent at home, but all our spare cash should be sent to Ohio ticket. They met in Louisville Friday to defray the necewary expenses of a thor- and nominated Joo Mulhattan and Z. T. ough canvnes. Should the democracy car- Collier for President and Vice President. farmer Thomas Current, a ry it next week, tho question who shall next President would be settled in of Bourbon county, fell from a load of lumbe our dvance. If the republicans carry it they ber directly in front of the wheels, which will only be holding their own and every passed across his head, killing him instant- ! rote that they get lena than their usual Lexington has passed an ordinance ex majority will tell that much against them appointed ag ut for the rata of the I empting from taxation for ten years all firmhire beenPbu-beI litre juatopci.rlin IVpot atrett a lull line of HUlo ami htlia, eontalnini; of Mrs. in November. manufacturing concerns employing 50 or I'.IO Aercx. IrioE'.ol a mile from Iltittonrille t. Staple and fancy (iroceriea that I will tell low for I am It cnti or James Q, Blaine has the moat unfor- more hands. The Chattanooga Spoke Fac- on the Ulnny Pike ami I hereby ollr two prlrat-1- Htaofordcountry produce. Ytni alx acut for the ot atorlea Woolen MIIU aud Klaunala, of It b a pood dwelling-hous- e receiving-which 1 alwaya keen a full ttttk Clre me a call and C roomi, bealdoi the ueiwarr tunate memory of any man who ever pos- tory has located there. . 3t I'TTtMUsY, It la veil watered and la good, rich Und worth and m re money. ed before the American public. He wrote Munfjrd, Ky. ISJ-New Miss Mary Elizabeth Garrett, only Much inoro than Is asked for it. Apply to me for further iwrtlcuur. a. letter July 22, 18S4, in which he eaiifc diughter of the late President Garrett, of 287 S jia W. IE. II. TIIO.III'KON, II. T. It VSlt, Stanford. Ky. "I am not and never have been, the owner the B, & O, is by her father's death tho Of Laurel county, Ky., It s Cindldate lor H'ate of any coal lands, or iron lands of any richest unmarried woman in the United Craitrualonal 1U-trl! Hupnrlor o( Taxra for the 3thelection, ot Kentucky, IJoTetuUr character whatever in the Hocking Valley States and ia only 22 yean old. till. firm, I will on oxin any part of Ohio. Nor have I at any Gen. If. V. Boynton, a staunch repub- Harlan told tuytell to the hlgbeUthe premise near bidder, mi fctanford, HON. IV. H. YOUXH. time owned n share of stock in any coal, lican and for twenty years Washington coriron or land company iu the State of Ohio." respondent for the Cincinnati Gaztlte, is un- THURSDAY, OCT. 2:td, 1SS1, Wc are authorized In announce tba Hen. W H Young, ot Laurel county, Ctudldat to rtpretent In the f tea of this flat, far reaching and alterably opposed to the election of Blaine. The following rcrKcalty the ilh Con;riloal IMttrlct, a a member ot t he " Mate lUmd of Kiullittln, subject to the ictlon complete dental, letters of Mr. Blaioe, re- He knows all about the tattooed man. .- -l rkni 1M..1.. .uuk. of the Democratic party. 1 luciilDtf luuie Muic. l: cr 15 )lori. wed ceipts, certificates and other undeniable evFor the nine months ending Sept. 20th Jennet, 1 yearling Jennet, an extra idences, are produced, showing that Mr. there was according to a railroad paper, COMMERCIAL HOTEL ! Blaine both owned coal and iron land in 2,533 miles of railroad completed in the an i 3 ihort jearlin? HKti, u neau oi Ohio and stock in Ohio coal, iron and land United State?. Minnesota heads the list Oalrei, Including 8 or 10 thoroughbreds, I thtr- HOWrs'I-'OltTICY, ougabred Bull. 1 Albion eceuer. I Hang now, l companies and now, through a friend nam- with 239 miles, while Kentucky shows up Wood Reaper, 1 Howler Grain Drill, S Waow, I hare rtnted the abore centrally located Hotel, a lot of flown. 1 fptlng Wagon, 1 llockaway.S ed W.D. Lee, tries to 'dodge' by goeh," by with but 12. Itugglea and liar nets, 400 or &00 huihcli Wheat, and will uie erery eltort tjglre ent.re utlifactloa IirALI It IN saying he subscribed to the stock on condiIOO lluiiNof llomr.tiintU' Ulnc.ter-era- l to the Neat, root room, excellent Uble; The Court of Appeals has affirmed the Hardware, tona ot Hay, Ac Terns ll'.eral and made cheap rat?, dirt me a call. Horne HUovh, Nmldlcrf, tions which made it but a loan. Groceries decision of the Bourbon circuit court in known on day of tale. Iron, A'iUIh, ISMai KO-t- d A 21E8 CIt O ir. J. 11. t'L.t It It. fluuciiMwurc, ItitL'Ky IVIiIihl great ovation extended Gov. Cleve- the case of the Commonwealth against Joe The Bnw;y WhcclH, K(otch, Cano Mills, Hiirncwi, land on his visit a few days ago to his old Redmon, sentenced to nine years in the SpoUcH, OriifrN, Cider SIIIIk, I,,,,, Covers, home at Buffalo. N. Y., shows how firmly pooitcntiary for killing Wm. Secrest and JIIihh, Stoneware, Cora Miellorx, Collar, bflia entrenched in the hearts of those who who took an appeal. know him best. It was no prearranged afThe total amount of postage stamps Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined riow, Wooden and fair, but the spontaneous uprising of thous- sold by the government during the last UrCast Puinp, nnd tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elovator. Tin Roof-in? ands of neighbors and friends to do honor eal year wis $40,G29,059, a decrease of and Guttering; will havo prompt attention. to a worthy citizen, a faithful public serThe total receipts decreased over v." r"."nrvt rmimmeit John Ilrltiht.Jr. vant and an official whose record is as two million, while the expenditures increasclear as day. The whole affair was in ed nearly a million and a half. DEiLEtS IS EaNv pleating variance with the Blaine circus, The democratio Congressional camin Ohio, where croxds paign committee has decided to hare the Drugs, Books, Stationery and now exhibiting . " 0O niricr--" ' rauuy hi hubs. .sv'tMrcrf. ate drummed up and men are paid to letter printed in pate ti.I - . W cheer nnd applaud tho man who is tattooed plet form for circulation cs a campaign Fhyilclant' frctcrlptlom accurately compcunded. with official corruption from the scles of document. There haa been a large deAIm ' vA:Wi . hia feet to the crown of hia head. mand for the juicy correspondence. Yesterday was the first day of the colDRUGGISTS Cleveland, Blaine, Butler, St. John PHflRIWSCEUTISTS, Jiad others of the great army of presidential lection of taxes and about 53,000,000 were The Largest Stock of "Watches, Olocks, candidates having failed tc accept the invi- received. The Astors paid $125,000, the Jewelry and Silverware KyM tation of tho Southern Exjosition to visit New York Central and Hudson Kiver K. James Gordon Bennett $29,-50- 0 Krer brought to thlt market I'rlcea Lower than final effort to secure at leas, one was K. it, a iiv the Iowet. W atchea, Clockt and Jewelry and the Goelet estate, in part, $150,000. Blade on Belva Ann Lock wood, and like IniKH, on thoit notice and Warranted. Willi "WliH'x. Mtihlra! JSOOKH, Chemicals tlieeweet creature that she is, she aceepted. -- N. Y. Sun. Liquor Iiiftiriuwiiunto, I'hIiiCh, Nfulloiiury, Wash Fletcher, a negro, convicted of ClKur, The day is not fully fixed, but we shall Pocket OIIh, iionpn, Rive it in time, so that all the world may the murder of Amanda Jackson in August, Lump-- , Pcrfmuery, Uro Mjichlu attend and examine this loveliest of all 1S83, was hung in the jiil yard at Padu-caAeodlrM. uur JiHrelry, Sllrcrwnro nnd untlral (lood Dopnrtnicnt Ik In i&rxnntva Friday. Tho woman he murdered was presidential candidatea, Tim Indian!-- , who Dill Uepair vatchw ami Clocks ITomplly the mother of.his mistress and be killed l?tliS bo? ' Walter Evans, Commissioner of Inter- her while she was defending her daughter style. nal Revenue, has reniged on his decision iu hiB attack. decision in regard to C, O. D. whisky and from rTI'Y!r 'F,,yrW V 'lMlaf,VrC!Vi4, LAND, STOCK AND CROP. now. permits dealers to eend it anywhere without requiring more than one license. J. M. Hackley eold to It. Cjbb, Jr., 10 D the way, it is said that Mr. Arthur, to 5. feedinc cattle at fearful that Blaine will not see as much in Darid Pepples Bold to Hubble & Prew-i- tt hia friend Evans as be, has determined to a pair of cattle, 3,010 pounds, at 5c. give him the life office of United States Jobn Bright bought of Charlea Orman AND Ja&se, which ho is far from bfing com- 100 barrels of corn in the field at $2 25. petent to fill. JohnShelb sold to Will Moreland ! We are indebted to the publishers, 20 cattle, to be taken Nov. 1, at 5 cent. A Full hihI HHMoriiiivni of Furniture, Took Hubble bought yesterday of vaMessrs. John P. Morton & Co., Louisville, cnibnicliiir evl (hliiB from tliu Chcapenl to the FlneHt Parlor for a copy of Douglass Snerley's new book, rious parties 10 bead of cattle at 3 to 31c. OX HAND FDIiIi STOCK OF ALWAYS need to Ko to the inrKo vIIIch lo mako your purchiiHOH, NiiIIch. No John Bright told yesterday to J. M. The Inner Sisterhood." It is a beautifulwhat quantity or quality yon ivant, iih I can ami ulli i. matter book and in appearance a Boen of Madison, a fine young Denmark ly cotten-uduplicate liny prlceH you can obtain clmnrlicrc, frelKlit boluK meat novel one. Eich chapter is printed stallion for S 100. added. Alao a full iMHortiiiont ol CoMiih, en-e- n, ShroudH and HoI.ch cmlirnc Uncle Jerky Maxwell, of Tennesree on nsepirato shade of paper and the typoQueens-wareHiK all Ihe Mow Slj Ich, hoth cheap and expensive. phowa the capacity and excellence srid COG mountain sheep in Fayutte last graphy Wnre room. oppoHlte Nt. Ahaph Hotel. Ntaufortl, ICy. of Louisville's favorite publishing house. week at $2 per head. If the eubject matter U as good as the get-u- p J. A. Harris v Bona bought of N. D. of the book, it ought to have a tremenLacker 8 head 1,100-lb- . cattle at 5 etc and lATLUrti) ntTir-- A wavM -Hfll ;LlPpER Dni-tf dous sale. 8 from Dr. S. O. Hocker nt 43. , ANa PK Co. 31-rA. H. Hughes eold 100 barreli of new The democratic party iu Kentucky has eijcjnI? flil certainly managed things yery badly in- corn last week to J. A. Couchman at S2 25 CHAMBEnsnnno, deed, when after an administration Clark County Democrat. of 18 in the field. Five Awards nt tho Louisville Exposi" VERYveare, the State ia too poor to keep its con- D. Q. Elliott, of Casey, sold here yestion in 1883. victa. Somerset ltepublican. steers and d If your terday a lot of IBln" how 3 to JV) liorno iwrr. Hi w SI Ilia from A ' party would stop crowding recruits into the heifers at 1 and 3 cents respectively. ;,t5 V lLo1"i?" ;nJ"'J Carolina Mlllaiono Co., II." "lJro"iti;tho f orM f.,r Making 5VlfcJffi'rrJ penitentiary there would be both room and The quantity of laf tobacco sold at sSH'O?-- iur.1 for taUlc "o. uiiiciui rrltci. Auurrti f work iwide the walls for convict. The Danville, Va. for the yenr ended Oet. 1 was democracy can not care for the whole re- 27,500,000 pounds. The average price per GEO. 1). lVEAKEX, cwt. was $13.07. publican pirty in Kentucky. Paying Short-tim- o to Cuetomors. No P.HAMTON, UKNintALAGT., The Harrodsburg Democrat will have a goods sold on long timo. BiAiNEjiroved a very poor drawing card TMTCllDg A(,VLt. SrAXrOBD, Kv utuoj for tho Cincinnati Exposition. "With fine tobacco fair November 22d. Large cash weather and the event advertised for ten premiums will be given for the best exhibdaya, but 18,432 reople attended that day its as well us useful articles of farm maUSEwhereas over 20,000 went to ree Hendricks chinery. D. C. Tcrhune bought of W. L. Reed ut the Louisville Exposition, notwithstandmules at $60 ing it rained at intervals all day. This last Tuesday, 11 ?5) straw. secma to be a pretty good-sizeper head. Oa Tuesday nearly 200 mule Bone people never know when they have calts were delivered to buyora in HarrodsMade from (ho best Minnesota Wheal. For Hale only by jnough. A woman in New York, altbo' burg and nearly $15,000 changed hands. ihe had 10 living children, grieved co Mercer Citizen. greatly on the death of her 17th that she Tobacco growers should not be disT. B. WALTON. A Larue Slock oflhe following ended her troubles in suicide. Most wo- couraged. Col. H. 8. Means showed us a men would have been satisfied with half report of a sale made on last Wednesday at her number. the Ninth Street Houe, Louisville, of 10 , TRY hogtheads of Bourbon county tobacco at an The Time Fork Entcrprite describes J. ave aje of $18, prices ranging from $9 90 to M. Sebaatain as a "man of great ability," Baker Grain Drills, Buokeve Qrnin Drills, ft ia strange that such a bright light haa $25. Lexington Gazatte. B3T Yesterday was a'nrettr fair ennrt ? McSherry Grain Drills, HooBier Grain Drills, been held under a bushel so long. We have not convetsid with a man yet that ever and considerable business was done. The Knlamazoo Harrows average crowd was here and 300 cattle Champion Snlky Plows, Champion Steol Beam Plows. heard of Sebaatain. (y were on tho "market. Most of the latter umer jaiiii, uano juuis, uano Mills, Evaporators, Teed BEST BOASTED BIO, fe Cutters, John p. White is making the moun- were disposed of, says Auctioneer II. T. BuRgios, Carriages, Surroya, Spring Wogons, Farm Wagons, tains reverberate with his eloquence. He Buab, at 3 to 5c. A number of mule colls &o. lifted up bin voice for tho first time thin eold nt $30 to $70. No aged mules offered. fexy aiollno uad Furst aud Bradley SxtlUy llinn cinvaeo yesterday at a most appropriate A few plug horees brought $50 to $75. s Flows at fmlo only hy For 1708t tO t'lOKO Otlt. ' plase, tb.2 Forks of Stinking creek. lively. T. M. WA T.TOX. - Semi- We have moved to fflUM. M1SW K.002M with a ESlg W of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to REDY IFOIR, YOU I STOCK CLOT HATS As there is a growing demand for GOOB GOODS, we have bought the BEST BRANDS in the market, and those in search of a superior quality should call on us. well-know- n iotge h. bruce & co. ct FAKBI FOR 8ATE Blew Store! DBI.O. J. PUBLIC SA&E. I have received and am 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 RITPLEY. still .!.. S .,., i&ZSJ??ffliK&l ioi J iwi pj'-llc- . TATE JEWELERS. O PEHMV p) v , PHARMACISTS, Sijw.r t .'," Blaine-Mulliga- n NV' UD itste, Opera Houso Block, laier, ijaii:icm Stanford, h T, Arui, GKOCJER, M'tj H tec Mais ani Ssses-s- 3ta UNDERTAKER, I3ealci- in 3ETiii'iiitiiie oomiIec crj n Groceries, Piovisions, Hardware, , Tin- -, Glass- - and Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. '. u -- I 4 Fr Taylor Manufacturing pa. 820-poun- 700-poun- LOW PRICES And Prompt Mm -- FOB CASH, aM tcQ rJpq' n. GEO. S. IVSrSARXSIff, AI W&BSS FJkSlMl WMW, COMMISSION 1IERGANT MANUFACTUREItS AGENT. ? Fins Ultra ; Coffee, - f Bus-Iner- Ich 'nmiuiiiiviminu Senu-ltcili)3ntfrioriour- aaI ummntuauauMwmjuua twcuMmmmmrm rttfmHVMitMimujMrBuxvitiit m'jm,iujmirxjBm""- - Fitfflu Fish nUays on baiwl. m in J. T. Har-rl- a. Lakoe lot of Stanford, Ky., L.&H. Emm strain" h October 7, 1884 8. LOCAL TIME CARD, HoulU fresh oyaters foraale cheap. S. Myers & Co. A ceived 1 1 fall lotof Zelglor J Bros'.Sboei just re- at 8. I. Shanks'. Mail train Eotue North- M .. 12 .. 'J Norh The nltoro la calculated on aUnJartl tint. tluial jteut 50 uilauUs hilar LOCAL NOTICES. Houiu...... p.m. M p. m. o tt i 9 persona who havo failed to pay their account? due July lat are respectfully NEvrnKaika of ready tuixixl jminta for informed that wo need the money and hope eiirtnc iraae ai Mcitoberu t Stags a. they will settle without further notice. Watciiks and Jewelry repaired on abort W.H.UIjkId. notice nm! warrnnted bf Tate & Penny. A comi'i.kte flock of Jewelry, latent A LA nun number of tax pavers camo to etylo. Kockford watched n specialty. Tate time yeittrday and those who have not v renny. paid up arc hereby notified that unless they do ao at once, I will proofed to levw upon PEKSUNAL. Jon S. Giumch, Kj., of Kiizibithtown, their property for collection of tax. J. X. " Menefee, sheriff. ia on a vinlt to relalivea be re. .... Mil. J. I. ZlMMKIlMAK, of tbe irtn. Am. flannels, ladfea' cloths and woolen c(4, paid ua a call yealcrday. goods of every description carried from laat Mim MimiuedLfwis returned yeatcr asafoi will be marked down at very low day from it lonj; viait to Parkstille. prices. They arc hut aa good and dealra Mn. and Miw. John T. Gano left for ble aa fresh goods, but wo wsnt to make tbelr home in Dalian, Texas, S.iUrdnjr. room. J. W. Hayrien. Miw ia of Mi Hoiikht.4 A tiTAiio call the attention vlaitini: bor RfAniluiollur, Mra. Sue Blew of hunter and otbew to their large atock art. Maj. Kd. Homeii, a prominent mil-roe- l just received of breech xnd muzzle loading shot guns, rilles, game bagr, abot lynches, contractor, atprcnt residing In liar powder Hanks, trawder, abot and instruments rodiburfr, wm bete yrtciday. fur leading and reloading breech-loadin- g Mil J. M. Hntii baa bad to tk hia guns. Prices lower than ever before. hod, JaniM C. ltcid, from Centre College, Thf. republican State Central and Kx otrlac to hla oontintied bad hertltn. Mw. M. V. Taiili-.r- , Mr. J. II. Wat c Hive Cummitir, which met at Lexing ker and MiM Helen Hibb and Cynthia ton laat week, took the position of elector Carton, of McKinncr, were gue'! of Mr. for the State at large from Geo. W. Gentry, Kcubcn Wllllama last week. colored, and gave it to A. T. Wood, white, Coi A. M. Swor-- baa gone far an ex- at Ml. Sterling. It was claimed that Gen tended trip through the Went, lie will try wai ineligible, owing to the fast that he make Itlalne apeechea In Colorado, Cilifor bold! an cfiice. nia and other Western Stalea. Alter a long dearth of amuacmenta, Mn Iatiiku B. Qiviu-'h- , who recriilly Htege's Comedy Company will appear at went to Central America to engage in the the Stanford Opera Hourc Wednesday MKr biMnfM, haa returned, owing to the night, Octcber l'tb, n a dramsliMtiou of low price and dulliie of lhn boaliioa. "Peek's Bid Boy," wbiob la described aa Jajiks H. wa here "a pleaiiinc, Hinted ami Hthy play, with a yesterday, receiving the coDrituUtlonn of pint." Tho company carries a good or- hla army of friend, who propoae !o (jite cbeitra. him 3.000 majority in .Noimber. Kur a of Cincinnati got oil its The Timu-Sut"Meek, fat hom," the Governor can out Periodical lie again list week about the any racer that ever paa'td antring. run Cait. V. II SrXAliLlx, chief enlo-M- r great valor that Judge Denny displayed in of the C. Ar V. It. It., w here yester- the prosecution of Sam Holmes, at the im mlaent rik of hia life. Wont that toadyc day, taking gret inlerect in what out ing liMt give us a rest on such rot or tell would do to Ret the railroa I. H ia exceedingly cnthuiiaaitc orcr the eatlr in a httls about the wonderful bravery exdinmencetuentof the toid and the advnn. hibited by itt hero sometime ago in Lancaetel? AiiVthing fur a cbange. tigM it will be to tb country Ibro' which it paFie. At the last term of the Lincoln circuit court the Commonwealth's attorney had NATTERS.' LOCAL the L. A N. and C. S. It. It: Indicted for Tiir bittle of IVrryTille occtutd22 year nuiance in failing to whittle at certain ago to morrow. road crx'ing". The courLdccided that the good on the 'tate allegations of the indictment were not sufTun hot weather ficient to constitute a public nuisance, corn and It. K. Harrow' iccboue. wbereupsn Mr. Warren apea!(sl. Tho SuV. C. I. UnrcKiNKtiHir. will deliver an perior Court examined the coats and has just addreaa to the Cleveland and Hcndricka aftirmrd the decision. Club ot I.utatatcr Oil. lRlh Attemited Bate. A correapondeut at Coal, lumber and joii aa cheap aa the I.tbanon writes that a negro attempted to cheapest for caah or exchange for butcher rspe Mrs. Bracken, wife of an ice dealer tuff. Call on William A Itatniey. there yesterday morning, after that gentle Two hundred dollara reward. ia otlered man hid uono on his morninc rounds. He slippW in the house just after Mr. B. left show here in tbi Imuo for the capture of attempted hia purpose, but the screams Henry Roberta, the alleged murderer of J. and of the lady and the interference of the X. Benedict. neighbors thwarted him. A negro has The iS'ora aaya a Lanoaater lady haa been been arrested en suspicion and there is ottered a cabinet poiitLn if Belra Loci-woc- d talk of mob law. ia elected. It la fuch a tily ll at ebt The Odd Fellows' eupper given in their will never be colled on loaervo. new ball waa a nice affiir. The bill of faro Gov. James 1, McCniunr, our nominee embraced oystera, meats, salads, ices, cake, for Congreea, will addrca the people of colTee, it a, and was seryed oil the EuropelAurel at BuahV Store next Haturday and an plan. A number of pretty girls acted at London next Monday, lltb and 13lb, at ai wnitsrsand several married ladies, well verted in the culinary nrt, presided in the 1 r. m. Mr. Hebaatlan ia invited to be pres. ent, The proceeds from the supper $107 ,10 and from the sale of the aeven Tiikiij: are thirteen prisoner in cur JaU vu from Whitley county; four for murder and biuketaful of enke and other good things the othera for penitentiary offence. Aa left, SIS, making the total proceeds Sl"3,-O- i, fullr $100 of whleb is profit to the Odd circuit court began in that county veater-daFellows, as most of tho eatables were con moat of them will go thence tlifa week tributed. for tfil m . . JlBV your adiiwl lioukg from ennjr. HR.WKjfAiiTf:iw for Pchobl books at Mo oborta AHIubr'-"- . urb, ltowland, for $2,800. ' Foil Sale. Twenty ahares of atock in the First National Bank of Stanford. Call on or addroai M. Peyton, Stanford, Tale A Ky. m. a. Maiiv FKttmi.r. bus bought of Wila.m. lis Ihtnett hia hotel property at our subMite, rJolsr - in All 'Gov. r eo-pi- 1 ante-room- y, Attempt to Wreck a Train. SaturMr 1Vac- Hamilton bad the !edr of (Uy night aa the passenger train on the John Kt mi levied u fur a debt of aume twenty-oddollar?. John waa about to Kentucky Central wai nearing the Junction - take it out of the Ftate, with intent to defraud hla creditor, when the ollicer appeared and took him in. He forked over the money and waa allowed to depart. Mra. Mimjnkrv. Mra. M. V. Tnblcr and J. II. Walker will open out n full line of fall and winter millinery nt Mis Hello Hugbea' old Bland next week. Miaa Cynthia Caracn will have charge of the bua-i- n oee and will expect her old friend and other to patronize her. Mra. Tnblcr hf h nlao opened her fall atock nt McKir.ncy, lo which abe inyitea attention. St. John. E d. Joi. Bnllou bad a largo nudienco ycaterday to bear him apeak in behalf of the prohibition ticket, but while his argumenta were good in the main and hla speech entertaining, we do not aupp:eo he drew any voters from Cleveland or Blaine, for men do not like to throw the'r votea away. Ah for ourselves wo had rath, er hear Mr. Ballou preach than make apeeches. Because there were two worda alike in a few Itnea of each other, the compositor, te aeema to bo the custom among them, jump cl from one to the other and left out the best part of Col. Varnon'd plan to solve the convict question. It should have read: "I would have no icaitentlarie, but for all grades of larcenies and other crimes leat than murder I would puniah with the lash, ranging in number according to the merits of the caao. For attempt at rapo the punishment nhould bewtratlon and for rape and all grades of murder, death on thecal- OWfV n here, and going at a lively rate of speed, the engineer discovered a dark object on the track and immediately shut oil steam and leversed the machinciy. tie was just in time, for he succeeded in stoppiug tho train ai the object, wbich proved to be a very large cross tie, waa struck and no dam- ajc resulted, save u slight shaking up of the passengers, Aa soon tu lie saw what a narrow escape from death had been made, Conductor J. II. Myers offeied n iewe.nl of $50 out of hia own pocket for tho capture and conviction of the scoundrel, who had sought to murder a whole train load of p?oplc. Marshal Kewland took the case in charge and noon learned that a nrgro section hand named Henry Denny had been eccn to go in the direction of where the obattuction was placed and that hia peculiar actions during tho ufternoon were such as to warrant the belief that he was the guilty party. With tbi clue, be soon had Denny under arrest. He ia a mulatto, hoavyict ard is not tho looking man one would imagine could do such a deed. lie denied his guilt, of course, aud said that ho could prove by a woman in Lancaster that he had been in that town all night. There are other reasons than those given for the belief that Denny did the deed. Oa the lat of October the R', C. ruado an order reducing the pay of section hands from $1 20 to $1 per day. Denny led a strike to oppose the reduction and sworo vengcanco against the road when he' Ad led to bring it to terms. If he is guilty no punishment even to being burned alive would sufficiently at- tone for tho atrocious vcU His examining trial will be called at 0 A. si, to dar, Rev. F. R. Farrand, a former faithful and appreciated correspondent of the paper W. II. HiuntNS has just received a new at Danville, will, we learn from tho Adw supply of cook stoves and grates and cate, marry Miss Maria Jones at Pittsburg, Pa., ranges, to which ho invitea your attention. RELIGIOUS. The six large plate glass windows for s tho new havo at last arrived, Elds. B alloc ami Surber's meeting at Thoy are C8rl.'5 inched and coit about $75 Fairyiew, in Garrard, had resulted in nine each. additions to last reports. WHOLESALE AND HETAIL- The eight sbarei of Farmers National Elds. S. Collier, assisted by E'd. J. G. Bank stock advertiaod by Eld. Jos. Bailou Livingston, closed a meeting at Halls Gap sold at auction yesterday nt $M9.80 each to Thursday with S additions. Sam T. Harris. There was one addition to the PresbyThe Stanford Shooting Club secured last terian church Sunday, Mrs. John W. Pennight 300 chimney swallows and will havo nington, who confessed under the preaching a shooting match this afternoon, to which of Kav. George O. Barnes, several years -ago. AND everybody is invited. The meeting which has been in prog-s- j for two weeks at Silver Creek Baptist Just rowdved a large and select assortment of dry Roods in tho latest fnll style, Church, and conducted by John It James, which aro marked down nt has cloied with 23 accessions to the church, 20 by baptism, 2 by letter nnd 1 by relaprices. J. W. Hayden. tion. Richmond Register. E have now open the finest slock of Rev. H. C Morrison's talk over the Ladies' Dolmans, Circulars and Newmarkets evet exhibited in this section of Ken- body of Barney Craig wes exceedingly affecting, and nearly every one in the very tucky. KdmlstonitOffiiley. large audience shed tears. He had roomed WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY The Stanford Orchestra gave Gov. J. B. with him for several years and knew more McCreary a serenade laat night at the of his inner life than anybody, and it waa a Myers House, to which the aoclal Gov. comfort to hia friends to know that he died reapooded by one of hia characterlatic so well prepared and so willing to go. entertaining chats. From the minutea of the Tate's Creet At Cost. For nxt 30 days wb close out Aajociation of Predeatinnrian Baptist just printed for Moderator A. C. Newland, we our entire stock of queenawaro and glass9 ware at cot, to make room for new goods. note that there were nine churches repreWe have some very handsome dinner, tea sented at the meeting nt Fiat Lick Church, in Jackson county, with a membership of and chambor sell. Bright A Curran, 261. There were but four deaths duri'g Geo. W. Gentry, the colored State the year and 13 accessions. The next assoelector, who waa relieved of hia oflice by ciation wilt be held with the Flat Woods the republican ootnmitlce, charges the Church, In Madison county, on Friday bewhole matter to the spite of Wm. Cassius fore the 3J Saturday in September 1S85. Goodloe, whom be opposed fer Governor The Baptist Sunday-schoo- l at McKinlast year. He is considerably wrotby over ney is one of the very best in the State. it and says if Goodloe had thought be could There were about 125 scholars in attenduhu him as n tool be would not bare been ance last Sabbath morning and the average, deposed. it is said, comes nearly up to that number County CouiiT.-Ju- dge T. W. Varnon, all the time. The superintendent, Mr. Davy looking very much like a "beforo taking," Shannon Jones, is a christian worthy -of the ALSO THE- occuj icd the county court bench for the admiration and imitation of the world. His first time since bis cloction yesterday, but influence in the community is simply wonwent at his work like an old veteran. A derful and he not only ia alwaya in some liuinlif r of road ovciMitrs wore appointed, good work himself, but "baa brought his Stephen Vanderpool waa granted licence to children up in the wty they should go," keep tavern at Crab Orchard, A. II. Baatiu two of his sons, their wives, four daughters qualified as admiuiatrAtor of W. K. Biotin and three sons-iJaw being teachers in that and all of them fteui aa and E. S. Gooch as deputy county clerk. Sunday-schooThe magistrates met with the court in the zealous in the glorious work aa he. The pas-tor, Rev. J. M. Coleman, is alto a son inIN THE CITY.- afternoon and prnceeded to pas on the law if Mr. Jones and a dsuirhter-in-laia county claims, wbich they will probably the organist. The meeting at that church complete is one of almost unbounded intereU, as are all that are conducted by Rev. P. T. Hale. The C. & X. It U.- -A large number of The names of thote that have tsken the reprreentative men from uriou portiona good plep ate Mr. aid Mra. Cicero Mr. and Mra. Dave Sludar, Mieses of the county met Mr. PI Zimmerman, the President of the Cneapeake A Nashville Sallle Alcorn, Martha Camden, Eva Reynolds, Mary Coleman and Mis MontgomeIt. H.Campuny, btre yesterday and he, after ry and Mr. Will McKinney. Quite a nun-breading the act enabling the county to vote of the Baptist brethren frcm Stanford on the question of taking any specified were unable lo find reata there Suodsy amount of the Oral mortgage bonds of the night, so crowded was the church with eager listeners. The meeting will doubtless road, submitted a propos-itiothat the continue until after next Sunday. W. county be acted to subscribe $200,000 in We cote that the Interior Journal Is them. The matter was fully discussed and it wis liuully agreed to petition the county recommending the rale of the telephone line between S'.anfoul and court to fix Saturday, November 15, next, some one who will agree to Hustonville to run it properly. ac for an election to be held only in the Wal- A good ides; and one that we would like to nut Flat, Stanford, Turnersvillo and tee applied to the line between this place precincts to decide whether tho tax and Lancaster, which waa designed to run of those precincts will agree to loan in connection with the Stanford and Huspayers tonville line, but which really doea not run their credit to the railroad company to the anywhere nor do nnr one a particle of amount of $150,000, to Le secured by first good. Danville Advocate. - OF tnortgsgc bonds of the road, which shall Our Circuit Court has become almost not exceed the rate of $30,000 per mile nor exclusively a criminal court. The entire be payable in full until the completion of term of two weeks just closed was taken up O-OGZD- fS the entire road to Nashville and for a sufli-cie- in the trial of criminal cns&s resulting in rending ten men to the penitentiary, and y amount to purchase the convictine a number of others of similar AT for the road, in payment of which they are offenses fltichmond Register. to receive the common stock of the compaHUES All in the Lino of Nature. BfliaSHH ny. The proposition ia based on the agreeThrre li nothing in the lino tt magic or mastery ment of the company to begin the building stout that wonderful snj fojnilar ntdlctne, Parbe of said road from Richmond Junction and ker's Tonic. It 1b ilmplr the Utt ami most fcleu-tlfl- e ol the rtscntitl pilncl-p- li coul'inatlon run it in a westerly direction therefrom of those Tsa''!e curatives wbich act rower-full- y through the county. No exact route ia to be e1 illrettly ujon ihe itomach, llitr, AXD- specified and no absolute promiee is made and Mood, But there ctithtr If, nor will Le that the road will be built in the county at any iiccefii'ul imitation ol it. It Is all the time all, in which event of course no money will cuiiogthoie who hail despaired of ever getting well. For youriclf, your wife and children. be asked. We hardly believe there it a "Hough on Rati" dears out Kata and Slice. ISc, man in the precincts nnmed that can object "Rough on Corn" lor Cirni and Bunlone. Ifc. to the proposition. If we don't get anyThin people, "Well' Health Kenewcr" restores thing it don't cost ua a cent, and if the road health snd rigor, cures dytpepjla, Ac. ft. is built the first mortgage bonda will al"Rough on Toothache" give instant relief. 15c. Ladlei who would rclatn fiejhuesi an J Tlviclty, ways be worth par and we not only will be don't fall to try "Well' Health Itenewer." able to get our money back, but tho inesti"Iluchu-palha,- " great kidney and urinary cure. mable advantages of trunk line railroad and Winj, received the Largest stock of rats, mlie cleared We have Files, roch, an?, besides. We shall dimiss the matter more oat by "Rough on Km." Uc. i, "Hough on Cousht," 13c; lliiuld, 25c. Goods fully in our next and subsequent issues unhas ever been shown in this Tor children, tlow Id deTelupmenr, puny and day of the election. At a meeting til tho " Heaillli held last evening, the following committees delicate, use "Wells' Tootj Kenewcr Try It. Fowder. "Rough on Dentin" lc. were nppointcd to work up interest in the Nrrrous Weakne, Dyspepsia, i'exual Debility matter: For Stanford, J. S Murphy, Jno. by "Wells' Health ltenawer." Jl. M. Iteid, J. A. Harris, G. P. Bright, D. W. cured Mother Swan's Worm tiyrup, for faTerhhncea, Walnut Flat, .I.S.Owsley, J. Vandeveei; worms, conitlrntlon; tasteless. Mc. Dress Silks, Cassimores, , Domestics, G. Lynn, Hugh Sjargent; Turncrsvllle, J. Stinging', irritation, all Kidney and Urinary O. Neal, K. L Tanner, W. C. Bailey, F. M. Shawls, Cashmere?, Flannels, " Si. complaluts cured by Ware, Adam Carpenter; Huatonville, Dr. Night sweats, fever, chills, malaria, dyi;epela, Cloaks, Ottomans, Jeans, II. Brown, T. O. Jasper, J. K. Baugbman, cured by "Wells' Health Rcnewer." John Land, Jorry Brifooe, Dr. Ed Alcorn, My husband (writes a lady) Is three times the Dolmaus, Linseys, Henrietta Cloth, F. Yowell. There will be a railroad meet- man since using "Wolls' Health Rcnewer." 31. Batiste, Tickings, Circulars, ing at Stanford NoTember Sth, at 1 o'clock, -, If you are filling, broken, worn out and which will be addressed bv Col. J. J. TurFigured Satines, Newmarketp, Prints, use "Wells' Health Itenewer." SI. ner, of Gallatin, Tenn. There will also be Prevalence of Kidney complaint In America; Wool Suitings, Ginghams, Underwear, meetings at HuMonville Nov. 10th; Bucbu.palba" s a quick, complete cure. St. Blankets,' Children's Cloaks, Nov. lltb; Walnut Flat Nov. 12; Jersey, McKinney Nov. 14th; each place at 1 SEW ADVKBTISESlE.NTh. Beiges, Bed Comforts, Zephyjp,, o'clock. Dres3 Trimmings, Table Linens, Yhsos, OOi. The thermometer still ranges in the No rain yet. BRIGHT COBBAN. store-room- OKRocieiR: OF m rock-botto- JOBBER S FIOU R m Ml. WAGOI: AKD CABRIAGXS, And Farming Implements ot all kinds, of the very best makes. BKost Complete Eaisae Hard' wap and Quee&s- - n l, ware w to-da- TTo Rsy-nobi- s, Guarantee Prices as Low as any Houso in the country, er And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Patronage. Hu-tonvl- FiiSala QPIaM INVs right-of-wa- FHTW aHBfe ff. KM m fPi. e kid-ue- ri LriiiwiiiLi Vllllw wMmlm FHW OWSLEY'S Fall market. Stanford, Ky, GOOD just tro-hc- ter that JDiEfcY "Huchu-palbA,- ner-Ton- Tur-nersvil- MARRIAGES. Mu. N. L, Batinett mid Mies Nannie, daughter of II. II. Brinkley, were united in marriage in Pulaski last week. Mr. Ben C. Neat and Miss Eleanor T., daughter of Editor Webster Thomas, of the married nt Somerset, Republican, were Thursday Inst. Miss Mary Muruf.ll, daughter of Mr. II. C. Murrell, a leading merchant of Louisville, will bo married on tho Oth to Mr. E. D. Paulfrey, of New Orleans. Mies Mary will bp well and favorably remembered by visitors to Cra'i Orchard Springs during the last several season". Invitations are out for the marriage of Miss Sara Penny, the highly accomplished and verv charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Penny, of this place, to Rcr. Richard B. Mahony, of South Carolina, a rising young ministerof the Baptist Church, Tho ceremony will bn held at the church at 12 M , Oetober ll'.h. $200 Reward I . A Reward of Two Hucpred Dollars will be paid by tho friends of tho late J. N. Benedict for the capture of his murJerer, Henry Roberts. Roberta Is aliout 29 years of age, dark complexion, bazil ejes, smooth face and very bad countenance, rattier heary bull), weighing probably 150 pounds. Balmorals, Curtain Lace, Collars, Veilings, Laces, Basket Fianpels, Onera Flannels, Plaid Flannel?, Hamburg?, Beaded Laco, Siik Velvets, Velveteens, , ' ' Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, ' , TWO FARMS FOlt SALE. " one-half Napkins, Towels, Gossameres, Fringes, Corsets, Hoopskirts, All kinds of Notions. Euchiug, Crape, Hosiery,"' .' it ' I olftr fur sale two farms, lying on the Stanford and Somerset pike, ono contiinlog Vt Area, mllo east of Wayn'sbtirg Station, O.8. it. H., and one ot l' Acres, 1 mile north of said station. Considerable irult, plenty of water, timber, tic. ltiirroieoieati utr. Terms easy. It. V. I'AItGETT, Waynesburi, Ky. 131.5m Kid Gloves, Men's, Boys', CniLDREVB. To the Ladies of McKinney Viitl From the following Celebrated Manufacturers: Alter, Forward &. Co., Lilly, Brackett & Co., R. L. Stevens & Co., I am now in dally receipt ol a full assortment (f ' Chns. Heiser. Reed & Weaver, Fall and Winter Millinery, To which I Invite your attention, confident that I can please both In atyle and prlcei. lcfspectfully, 291-- Vicinity. .Vra.JI. r. tf rAlt LEU, Ky. MeKtnney, Paper. Genta' Furnishing Goodp, Huts, Trunks, Valises, Carpeta, Samples by mail when desired. . Oil Cloth, Wffli. "nMfMMnniNn Stuu-ccHnInlcriorIonn- tnI W. P. WALTON. and Frlilnva, 4T lutUhed Tttcmlnu . ssa.OO 1'3BK uri... n.(.l itrlctlv in advance. If WO bavo to wan any time, 83.50 will bo charged We Cat Out of the Bag. Wallace Gruelle, editor of the Brcckin-ridg- o Xaii, cloned n review of the Blsice scandal with thii frank confwsion, ' Accept ing Mr, B'atne's confivj'iou as true, we now unreservedly relract every word and line that have ever been written in his defense. We cm not ermit ourself to be ued as a keep mum. Niiej' witness in his favor after his own confessIt's too much cumId, that wot' the mat-tion of guilt. We knew him to be venal, with mi pore, deer old father. He corrupt and untrustworthy as a politician, looks on the big book what stays there on but we frankly confess that we did not be the counter in the offie, and he sez, bi jove public taste than of his historic accuracy. k he replied. lieve him to be a villian until he himself did not use profine langusge, and whenever if here ain't luck, and I eez, wot, par, and She sighed and said: produced the proof. And we are sorry you see a report ola speech of his garnished with he sez why, here's your cousin, Siry Penle "Don't you think you would have to that he has forced that conviction upon us. the fashionable expletlresol the day you may set ton and your cousin Jule Vanmetee, from them down unhesitating as a reportorlal gloss spring awful fast or that I would havo to As tho Associated Press agent at Louisville 11IK Winchester, Ky., on your mother's old alcltOlUCUTX A. NTACU1, from ihe vocabulary of tho writer. I bare fall very slow if you got here from away telegraphed to the eastern republican paOnly Democratic Paper in New aide, and then he pulls out his morocy another oljectlon. Either the autboror the types over therein time to save me?" pers our editorial denouncing a false the the UrttfgliN, who are lwj looking altrr the York! their custwri, hsve n tecum! IW case and takes out a card and says to the endows our modest veteran after the pattern of He took the hint and moved up and all charge that Mr. Blaine now admits to be I ( f rest tof Pi. llcnanko's Cwugh and LungVyrup, book, eend that up to 449, some defunct old Iloman , with "an eye that would the rest of the evening they sat so close dood behind the pierces corttt." This Is simply actually slantrue, we hope that he will be boneit tbat never falls to cur OM, Pains In tU Evory Dotnocrnt Should Rood It. and then he give me a quarter and told derous. Had the writer given him an optic that together that bis clove tainted and her enough to telegraph the fact of our Ciest, and all Lung Arwtloni. r prcef Coughi, I'ally, II, IM, Weekly, 0!K me to go in bathin'. But your Uncle Ful would pierce a ccncltt, the thing would have been caramel flecked breath mingled in aromatretraction of that defense and the rea- try a fr sample bottU Rrguhr ill U) cents collar per yesr. aud sua just hung figuratively correct; but the charge Insinuated In ic confusion. St. Paul Herald. ler ain't no eoslin', and he This we ask of lira as son therefor. the mention cf tha t piece CAN aroun' the parlor and kep his eye peeled. of ftinalo panoply is forbidden and dangerous In Positive Cure tor Piles. MADE outrageously unjust and The Great Depth or the Ocean On an act of simple justice between man and To the people of this ounty wa would say that By aty minor woman, girl orloy Par stood before the mirrer and fixed his congruous. Wolford Is not a theorist nor a seeker who will orman." Oct. SO, 1852, Capt. Denham of the British ganise Clubs lr wa have been given tbe agency ol Dr. Marchlsl's bangs and smiled aod CMwfiihed around after unrevealed mysteries. Ills curiosity never Italian Pile Olntmeit euptulleally guaranteed Royal Navy sounded in latitude 36 degrees Paris' New Jewelry A new style like a regular dood. Perty soon about six led him Into fslly; his bravery made blm scorn an THE WEEKLY INITIO 45 minutes south, longitude 37 degrees 0 of jewelry has become fashionable in Paris. toeure or mo.iey refunded Internal, Katernat, unfair advantage; his in, and mar, they were dasy. Par use of uucquil weapons. magnanimity lorbade the girl) cum llliiid, Illeedlnjor tlchlng Piles. Price AO rents Thereat I'aiiu I Home Newspapsr, coiar-letminutrs west (about 1,100 miles due east of The whole animil world ha) been exhaust In all ItKtrpaMusecl. box. No cure, no pay. lVoeiy A MtAllsler, kissed the whole outfit twist and wanted DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTY. Caps San Antonio, S A., tho nearest land ed in furnishing birds, beaits and fhbc to iru?(itls. to kis) 'em againe, but they wouldn't have, AQENTS PAID IN OASILgggj As much as 71 cents was odjrel here for choice being the coast of K o Grande, 900 miles adorn hats and bonnet for the promenade. were taken kinder by surDaughters, Wires and Mathers. it. I gest they lor IftS s'lbaerliwr t II each n will t p.u for N. W. by W.) and touched bottom at 7,700 These have gradually diminished from the wheat Saturday. We emphatically guirantru Dr. MarcMtt's SO tubMTtbels, prise or the'd a kicked before. It made uie i; (or , j h. Frank Johnson was fiaed jlSMondiy morning fathoms. a female remedy, to rure Female crowing cock and phcassnt to the brUfubw,,. frtlsistKtlelr!sir'iwes, J have freckle) on the back to see him act to, for asuulttng tarn Knox at the dtp) t several days An iron ball weighing 300 pound) was lees I., 'ur i nt sub as OverlaH trouble, lnltamiusltoo and field- wrsn sitting on her nest, and and you athinkin' all the time about his ago. 1 WratluP, med as a sinker, and the line wai nine lilllngaBd dUpkvreniHit or mouse peeping from her tiny abide on the down feeling, IrtetfelarlttU-s- , Harrenoeas, bearing Aeuts Wanted lu Kvery Town ami Vil,ae Cle- The new front to Stout's store room Just east ol bein' so sic. Change hours and twenty four minutes running iuiki iiw sample tuples 1 re. jeud Is at last computed and in both the Svr them. top of a corn stalk. Fashion now ordains ef Life, Leucorrhtra, betide many weaknesses Every since meetin' the cueins we have design and eiecutton Is perfect. Mr. It. Crrrl- - out. The ball sank as rapidly the last that the brooches nod J worn in springing from the above, Ilka Headache, nestibecome relashuned to every one in me gan Is the architect. mile as the first (allowing for friction and ng. Spina! Weaknewa, SlevpleMnras, Nervous deJ. U. Meyer, sheriff, and J. T. Bailey, deputy, baoyancy of the line), showing there was full dress shall assume the most gigantic bility, Palpitation of lb Hert, Ac. Foe sal by Higee that is, all the femails. Somehow PiUlM NOW TO .NOVUtnF.'t par don't seem to ketch on to any men cue took Mack Vandevere and Jerry Williams to the no increasing i distance from increasing proportions. One of tbe most popular or druggists. Prices !t and It V) per bottle. tend penitentiary Monday morning. Mack goes for 21 is now the elephant, which, of to Dr. Marchlsl, 1'ltca.N.Y.. fer pamphlet, fre. naments Try It!! ins. The dood clerk stz to par, you are a years for killing his uncle ateve Carpenter and density. Try Il!li used to Foe aale by Penny A McAllater, Drunlal. regular a mather and par eez ome and Jerry 2 years for killing Jas. Hughes, a mulatto It is believed this is the greatest depth disproportionate dimensions, is Twenty percent, way U retained br ordirso' Dominican cloaks, to finish to or more cepiea to one address. take something, and they laQed and went yet measured, being a trifle more than clasp the new the corsage in evening dress, to clasp the Sam McKee and Caroline Alcorn, who have room, and when they cum eight and miles. inter the bilyard "WCmXilD, been living togotner unlawfully for some time past ne of beauty, or dangle from the ears. 1 out par seen me and winked at the dood concluded to marry Saturday, and repairing to the MJ'AUK JtOW, NBW 01tkTJ Trap-plot- s How the TnArrirrs Live. The The ugly ornament i to be seen in every Caveats, HcMnum ami Trade-Marclerk and sez he, that lemonade was a dasy. court obtained n Hcinsa and were spliced by Judge scored, rise every morning at 2 o'clock and variety of material, and flourishes on all other lutent causes In the Patent draco and and belemon- Leeol the county court Sam and Caroline are Mar, you never put clovea in your fore the Courts promptly aod earerully a tended ruomniosiL remain in prayer at chapel until C. They every occasion. colored people. to. do you? ade at home, Ppon rwelptof model or skttcS ol Invention, I an m. Jas. L. llarlan, Jr., son of Mr. J. L. Harlan, of go to work then mostly in the fields unExpcmrNCE. The following Too Much DDtrr. i, w. aaewK. You'd die to see my pore, deer ole father this county, died at the home of his parents Saturmk careful axemlnatloo, til 12, when they partake of a frugal meal, conversation is reported to have taken euiauimj irw oi cnarga. and advise as to pitBUIIDHTT ft UHOWtV, in a bitbin. The nigger that keeps the day evening He had been clerking at Louisville followed by Jh'ren tnottrrttfc, and I make no rjmrtr -a siesta of an hour. They re- place between a Lexington girl ml her tisteVst patent In rnere-ff- , Infoematlun, V.TrOllN13VcJ AA? place sez par's close fit too quick. He and for about a year and cam home a few days ago advice and special relerence Mnt on application, ISt-tvery ill.wlth typhoid fever. Tbejfuneral Sunday turn to work after that and retire to rest at mother: MT. VERNON, KY. cuain Jule Vanmeter wero swingin' on the evening was L1TTKI.I., J. It.Washington, I). C. 8. They are not allowed to speak to each largely attended. U. S. Patent OQca. I am so happy sine I said yes Near "Oh, ma, rope in the cerf, and par sz to cutit Jule, ALEX. AMJEnSON, Louis Faulconer a colored brother baa been other; anything they have to communicate ATTOUNJ3V AT JL,A.V m he, you remind me of Venis risin' from notified to appear before the city court Tuesday to their brethren haa to be conveyed to dear George." hear my dear'' "I am so glad to it. UANYILLK, KY.. the see. I don't know who Venis is, and to answer a charge of selling a small quantity of ! through their superior, the only person Will peactlee In the Courts of Boyle aid adjoining the "I never shall forget his first Kin. He what she was risin. from the see for, but if la stuff that killed so many ot our relations. It atlM and In U Court of Appeals. supposed that such doubts ot Louis' guilt will whom they mar address. Their food con put his left atm around me, drew me up to she looked anything like cusin Jule Van be mad to appear as will cause the trial to This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and result sists of bread, fruit and roots, washed down him quickly, placed his right band loving- tramps not to Irespaaa on our lands without permeter, on yer mother's side, after she got in his acquittal. A.t JUJfvv. mission, as all such acta are liable to bo procecuted And Master with' pure Water; those on the sick list may ly on CommlssloDerltoskcaatle my bair, and pressed my lips so genly. to the full axtentof the law. CtrtultOoars Mrs. W. 11. Harris has returned, from New wet, God help Venis. But cusin Jule gigMT VJiUNllN, KY. Sfcned.1 Htantord. hare an egg in addition. Meat or fish "See here, child, you had break with D. McKlttrlck.Ky March lUb. 1811. Will practice In the Uockcaalle Cuurta. gled and splashed water on par, and eez, York where she baabnen purchasing a new stock a (iusA W.M.McCormack, specially. Qfflc la of millinery goods. Cot. John Cowan has returned they never taste, nor do they ever drink II. T. Hush, A. W. Carpenter, that young man." nJ oh, you nawty man. C. P.lahop, from Cincinnati, where be has been under surgic- wine. item, i. Cobb, Notwithstanding this strict diet, "What for mi?" it. Say, mar, who is Veui? I am a goin' to al treatwent for one of his eyes. Judge and Mrs IKB T. nUJCyMAre". Irl Hubble. Hlgglns Kelly, those men look strong and healthy and perF. I). IthodM, darlin' the next Cbas. A. Hardin, (of llarrodsburg, were in town "Ha had too muoh experience." say it to ray yellow-haireIs. U. A J. r. Oover, W. C, McOonneck, BTANKOllD, KY. form the hardest work. Monday. Mr, A. L. Morris representing the HanM. H. I.tUs, (l.L, ?J7.8oo,h.,,,d? Mln 8trMt tw "I"" "hOTI time we go in balhin. P. T. Birnum is now 71 year. He has T. J. Carter HIU, tha Myers Hotel! J. Vr.Weatbertord, cock Tobacco Company, Is here lor a few days. Wm. Uurton, Pure Nitrous Oxide Uaa administered whan The commissioners of the branch peni- gone through a wider variety of employ- C Vanoy, Mar, my girl is a dasy and don't you for His wife, nee Miss Ora Durham, and children, reJ. 8. Murphy, git' it'. She beets Lizzie Taylor all hollor, main with his fathor in Fayette county while Mr. tentiary have contracted with McDonald ment than any other man on record, the J. A. Harris, P. W. Carur, J. M. It III, Ed. J. II. McAllstcr, D1L W. B. PENNY, and'her hare looks likj the golden beems Morris is travelling. Mr. J. VV. Yerkes is recover- Brothers, professional architects of Louis- range including the sale of lottery tickets, T. J. Carter, Foster, J. D. Jonea, ing irom a rather severe bronchial attack wMcb Dontliet, J. Q.Montgomery ville, to furnish plans and superintend the keeping an oyster saloon, editing a paper, T. St. tVhlte, of the orb ot day as they lovingly kiss the bis confined him to his room fjr about ten days. STANrOHU, KENTUCKY. U.K. Marcam, O. A. Itenedlct, building of the branch penitentiary for tending bar, nojro melodist, boirlini-'j- u silvery waves. That's what par told Minn Mr. Nicholas I'arr. a native of W, K. Auion e M.T, UuimII, Office over lloht H f.viU'. Danville, who went nut. i.m. A. D. Newland, II. J. Darst. from S to li a, m, and 1 to 8 r. M. AmuthMlr. al Hall, who is stopping here, about her to California In 1SI0, is back again for the dm 4 per cent, of its cost. Under these pro- keeper,book canvasser, making bean' grease H. W.Ulveae, A.C Newland. ministered when neceatary. hair. time since bis departure, his looks showing, so bis fessionals whose compensation depends on Bohemian dramatic critic, preacher, bank lyrl Bay, mar, wouldn't it be boas for for you old friends say, that time has been kind to him. their ability to run up the expense of the president, author, partner in clcck factory, , to come down here and give iny pore, deer Dr. Jas. L Gardener of the U. a. Navy, who is to ' Pen,t",tUrJ lhe Utd on,J knows what ll Jenny Lind Cjncert manager, museum one. of old father a cerprise party? Don't give me be married within a few day. to Ml Portsmouth, N. II., will be here abjut the 12th I W"1 C08t but eome I1"1 '' at &0.000. Tbe proprietor and last of all, traveling show away. 'he susi. wuu uis uriue. ut. uiMentr Is a nephew sum of $2(7,000 will be werj good pay for man, lie is worth about J,UHJ,OUJ Mill pike, 1 milen"r of Ml. Texas of the late west No more at present. Jounnie. T. E. Qulssenbery and wasedueated at architects and superintendents to build a Lincoln tMlfiu county, containing Siftings. There, is large barn on the 07S Centre college. Mr. J. 1 Taylor, President of the Dauiel Stewart, of Pike county, Ala, aud the other Improvements are lair. It Is nl.c well Charles City National Bank, Charles City, Iowa, stone wall, a sewer, plain brick houses and Tub New Style ok L ove Making. watered and fenced. I have 5 acres In tol.scco and hasjust reached his 1031 birthday. His E. H. BURNSIDE, iron cells. Neither of the commissioners IS acres in corn that I will sell either with the Htk you again will you marry and Sir. M.Gilbert, of the same place, are here "Jviiuie, I wife is 03 next month. They have known fArmcjr not, as the purchaser deslrea Terms l. buying nne cattle to ship borne. Mrs. J. n. Kar- would make such a contract for himself. tall on or address Is". Ufvv. Well - Known uu? Yes or til?" esch other since childhood and hsve been This Old ris, iorruerly Miss Mary C. Entrleiuan, li quite 111 Cirliele Mercury. Ml. ealem, k'y. "'?'" Hotol Still Maintains its "Alfred, dearest, this is sudden." Then at her rooms at the Central House. wedded 70 years. Both are enjoying good High winding a snowy arm about his neck, the The New York Timet siys: "The nes health. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. young girl dropped her blushing cheek on from all quartets is disheartening for the The British steamer Kairos carried AND BKFaKJUHTS her shoulder and murmured. "Won't you la commemoration of the death of our Blaine managers, Our correspondent at 144,000 bushels of gtain the largest cargo Its . Proprietor ii Determined that fc friend and fellow student, Barney V.Craig Washington notes the eyil tidings which of train that ever streamed out of the Misgive me just one moment to think?" it Shall bo Scoond to no Country Louisville, Kr Cincinnati, 0 and Indianapolis, idol," he immediately re- we, the students ol Vanderbilt University. reach the supporters of the ticket there sissippi. Tho vessel drew 21 feet 8 inches "No, my soul's Hotel in the State in its Fare, Iud, dialers in stem way A bons', Detker Hroa.', from variouj States. Toe same tone per- of water. plied, "I can no longer endure suspenee. bave hereby .' "?? ..J' A Appointments, or Atten,,'f hf- - Y0M SO1"'. Haldwln .( to. a Cottage. Unrubt and Muir. ii,n. tion to Comfort of Your answer must come now," Jlaohed, That we fewdbly feel the loss vades the moat trustworthy information the Utoy, Hbonlner ami Hamilton Organs jIm Bucklen's Arnica Salve. their Oueati. Instruments mid at prices and terms to suit purwe sustain in Ihe prematura death of our which tbe mails and wires bring to city, "Just a moment," she pleaded, in shy The best faalve In tbe world for Cuts, Bruises, chasers. Dou't give your orders till you gel our fellow student, who, during his chort stay We lily hands caressed his arm prices and terms. are informed also that the success of Sores, Ulcars, Salt Rheum, Fever Seres, Teller, ilaKage velli be conveyed to and from as her Danville, Ky. the lr nere, aau euueareu nioiseii in us by his Chapped free or eharpes. Special acrommodatl ona all bkln and wandered sofily, with the electric and gentlemanly department, his stu- of the Ohio canvass has been disappointing EruptionsHands, Chilblains, Corns, and no pay re f nd U "".i box A P R I Z E ,'"8,. " mostly '?r P"tjlt" and rreetve to Commercial Travelers. 1 ha liar will and positively cures Piles, or of goods, alwaya aapnHed with the choicest touch of Jove toward his hip pocket. dious habits and his kind and generous dis- to its managers. It is evident to any one quired. Is Is guaranteed to give perfest satisfac win helpnll, ofelther set, to more moner which rlrht ranus or i.iqaora aad Uxara. anythloir elm ii mil worm fortunes he sternly replied. position. j than workers absolutelr mm. who has eyes to see and ears to heir that tion or money relunded. "Not a moment," Price 25 cents per boa. ,...- -. await the Jltsolml, That we fender our most sincere the Blaine ticket is sinking." ' drea Tai-- A Co.. Augusta. Maln:' For salo by Penny A McAllstcr. "Will you be my wife?" to his bereaved family and syuip-ithSwift as a break in oil her hand jerked-th- friends and asiure them that their grief College. TradoMnrb. JHUItltAY'N riVKVIVW, A Remarkable Escape. Considering the number of weddings reis his fully flhared by the students of this institudeadly, self cocking, Mrs. Mary A. Italic), of Tunkbaunoik, Pa cently, the following might seem somewhat Tho (Jreiil Kuirlisli Itctucdy, STANFORD, KY. was afflicted for six years with Asthma and Bron. pocket and jamming the muzzle against tion. unkind: ''The great desideiatum of n wo- chills, during which time tho best physicians Iltsohv.1, That a copy of these proceedlaapoiltlvocure for Weak Sferao-rbis left ear, she murmured, "No, you ice Loss of Drain Power, Nervous man's existence is a husband, but tho pin could give no relief. Her life was despaliod of, With a Full ings be appropriately engrossed Corps of Teachers, Kabausllon, Hun I rial Weakness, cream wrtck, emphatically nol And if you his family and that they also beand sent to acle of tho published desideratum is a baby to hug until in last October abe procured Bottle of Dr. Impoteucy, and General Loss of ain't out ol sight in two seconds I'll make in tneasnvuinimfncan. Vanderbilt 06. and kiss and rolly-poll- y Power ol the Clencratlvo Organs; and grind her nose King's New Discovery, when liamedtato relief-- This Institution will open Ita Fifteenth Besslon was felt, and by continuing Us use for a short on lb 1st Monday in September next, a milk.B raintr out of jou." Then, as his smer and Stanford Intemop. Journal n.er.T.tT7; queuce into." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegrap" oi youuirui ."".'ft. ?"""""'.?".'"" liapniilenoeor time she was completely cured, gaining In desh E. L. Aroni. Chm. heels elanccd around the corner of Ihe suca J rioMty, 7""i n i Vi. T. Ciiafin, T. SO lbs. In a few months. Free Trial B.tt)oi of uuiifi.Hii ijiasiiuue, i am iu ino ALL THE UUANClOa OF A CVHK FOIL l'lLUa. next block, she murmured: "This new pis- tee on Resolutions. D. Thompson, Commitback, Dimness of Vision, Premathis certain cure of all Throat and Lung Diseases ture Old A KB. and luanr oil nr .11.. Piles) are frequently preceded by n scmo of weight tol love don't catch me with my hair eases that, lesd to Insanity er i'our persons were drowned whllo In tbs back, loins and lower part of tho abdomen, at Penny A McAllstcr Drug Sloro. Largo Dottle THOaOUGHENGtlSHCOUnSE PitUburgh Chronicle. Iu all cases of h enisle down." I.M fording a swollen Btream near Florida, Mo. causing the patient to suppose ho has soinoaCtctlon Weaknesa the rjpeclfle acta like it ' Aro taught, m well u cbsrm, restoring loss or fading vigThey composed the family of Jackson ol (he kidneys or neighboring organs. At tlnws, These are Solid Facts. Don't Look Like a Wreck. or, giving to tbo eye a brilliant Hickman; of that place. symptoms of lodlgrstlou are present, as flatulency, The beat blood purifier and system regulator MTJBIO, THE IiANOUAOBB. DBAW imiimraiing ueauiy, 10 ino cheek When a man Is going down hill every boa y is uneasiness of tho stomach, etc. A moisture, like ever placed wthln tbe reach ol suffering humaniIN a AND PAIMTINO. vavv iiwyiuuiuvwm, THIS IDBA OP GOIXCJ WEST ready to give him a Lick." Yes, that Is so. It is purspintlon, producing nery disagreeable Itching, ty, truly is L'lectrJc slitters. Inactivity of the srjlunray'a Spec dels sold iviamlntit sau but natural, Why, many a man and woman, to Colorado or New Mexico, for pure air to relieve 81 per package, or six packages ,r afur getting warm, Is a tery common attendant, Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Conatlpatloi, Weak for ts I lob, would have got It if their Consumption, ts nil a mistake Any seeking employment, reasonable man llllnd, Uleodlng and Killing Piles yield at once to the Kidneys, or any disease ot the urinary organs, lruJ4 partleuUri In hair hadn't been so thin and gray. One bottle of would use Dr. IlosanLo'a Cough and LmigSjrup fur appllcatleu of Dr. Dosanko's Pile Remedy, which acts or whoever requires an appetiser, tonlo or mild Id Tultlo, prltea range fnav 115 to (30 in tb mailed free toavcrr nnnll.....' u,Pl which will do s an cow Parkec's Hair Balsam la then the beet Investment. Consumption in all its first stages. It never falls directly upon stimulant, will alwaya find Klectrlo Bitters the regular Departments. Primary. fiS: IntermadlaU tnunlcatlqns to the sole msnufaclnr.,. tbe parti absorbing , Ml Collegiate, M, It slops falling hair, promotes new growth and re- to give relief in all case of Coughs, Colds, Bron- Tumors, allaying the Intensoaffected, and affectingtbe best and only certain euro known, Thoy act surely 80; PrsparaVwy, JIUHH.IY JHEDJvxxk CO., Itching a stores color. Clean, highly perfumed, not a dye. chitis, Fains In the Chest and all nfTictlons that are pemuncut Bold In Stanford by cure. Trice 60 cents, Address the Dr. and qulikly, every bottlo guaranteed to glvo enFor full rwsulara, as U Hoard, Ae,,addreu A great Improvement over any similar preparation considered primary to Consumption Price, CO cents Druggists everywhero.rnnr AUcMMini" Hosanko Medicine Co., Tlqua, Ohio. SoldbyMcBob-ert- s tire satisfaction or money refunded. Hold a HD, M, O. TKtUEIIUAHT, Prlaelpstl, ef 50c. and tt'd-a- t the low price audgl.CO, Sold by McRoterts & Slagg. ally cents a bottle by Iuny A Uc Allster, It Stagg. SaenfvJ, Lincoln Co., Ky. er August 30,1831. Me and Par aie bavin' a Dear Mar hi old time down hear; mos' too hi I am a thinkin'. I feel kinder sneekin' about it, but I'm afrade par don't. lou know when we left Georgetown you tole nie to be a good boy an' take care of mi tore, deer old father. We'J, I have bin a good, good bo, but mi pore, dear old father ain't needin' any takin' care of, I notis, The way he is a spludin aroun' hear you'd most think he could take care, of the hold place. He said las nite that if he'd larup me 1 wrote to jou about him took me to the candy shop good, and then next door and said to the girl who keeps tie place that tbh was hi) little bjy and to let him have what be wanted and to charge it to him. I hot five cents worth of paanuts while he was in there, bat went back end got $2 worth of carmels and a few other But mi pore, deer ole neceiceryaoflife. can't give yer Uncle Fuller taffi like father that, a thinkin' all the while I am goin' to Hioee Hotel, Old Point Cumfort, Vi., Beecher. Yours, Bespectfully, School Institute, conducted by Mr. Duocan.whlch was at once novel and Interesting. Tbo gentleB. Thompson, Sen. man Is comparatively young, very bsndsome In fllurodsburg Democrat. fact, betri a alrong resemblance to the editor of this paper pleasant in his manners, a tluent talk- I A Hist. They had been siter and an accomplished slngtst Ills visit has giv- ting about 12 feet apart all tho evening en a new impulse to tbo S. S. enterprise in this discussing accidents and what treatment region. The Baptist church at McKlnney Is at present enjoying the ministrations ot Iter. Mr. was best in case of drowninc, burns, fits, Ilale.of Danville, who Is meeting with marled cuts. etc. He is one ol St. Paul's most success n bis meeting The colored people in our popular young physician) and rejoiced at town bare a meeting In progress which is winning this opportunity to air his knowledge to large additions to their churches. In the the charmer who had made such an inroad In your last you reproduce a lively and main a truttful portraiture of our old neighbor, into his affections. Looking at him archly Wol'ord. Ills manly and masterly defense of Jul she said: Davis under the.pecullar circumstances ought alone "George, if I should start to fall to the to bave won for him an Immortality. There are floor in a faint what would you do?" some festures In the paper, however, which do "I should spring forward and catch you" him great injustice and smack more ol a vitiated Painfully Neat. Old "Smoky" on the Candidates. Tho tidy housekeeper may be a jewel beA lawyer in Indiana wrote to Capt. P. B. By tho way, Br. O. Goldstein, a on of the Thompson relative to the marrlago law in yond price, or she may be, by an exaggero-ticbeen hcto soma two weki put of her tidienss an unmitigated this Slate in 1850, and Mr, Thompson sunt ting hU flnger In tlieeyciol theaiinciea, We havo known such, whoso con Ho turned his attention to Mo the folbwing characteristic reply; Kinney yesterday In order to let la the light there. tinual struggle with the demons of dirt IlAnnownuno, Ky., Sept. 29, 'Si, Tne Kansas excursionists bave nearly all reand disorder left its impress on the face. Esq : turned. They claim to hare had a pleasant trip John Edwards, In Lincoln, Dear Sir: The laws of Kentucky at tho Tho features sharpened by perpetual pry and most of them are content to remain A few, however, are making arrangements to emitime Mr. Blaino says hn married his wife ing into corner and crevice after dust and grate In dead earnest. Tho lait arrivals were Missin Kentucky did require a bond to be exe cobwebs; the brow was contracted into a es Salllo Coot and Besilc D:ye on Satuiday and O. stereotyped frown over "the total depravity D. Wcatherford and 1). S. Carpenter and tticlr cuted to the Commonwealth before license community li beginning to marry could be issued by the clerk. I of inanimate things," and the voice grew wires on Sundiy. Our theretore to reunieltiiulit and dignified equa- do not know whether you area republican querulous from continual complaints ot nimity. It will require something like a cyclone or a democrat. I do not suppose that the carelessness of children and servants, to stir usupagalu. .hven tho guests felt hampered In such a Politics is rather at a discount for the present. either party expect the affairs of the govpresence; scarcely dared to touch the finely being on the question of Blaine's ernment to be administered on the chastity The main issue marriage and the most violent and uncompromisof either Blaine or Cleveland. Upon a bound volumes arranged with mathematicing advocati a of public morals being Irom a cluu careful examination of the respective plat- al precision, or move the chairs which who do not care whether society has any morals forms, I do not perceive tbat either con- seemed as steadfast in their moorings ai the or not, the matter docs not excite sufficient inter est to make a War by any means lmlnent. Even vention recommended their candidate as a seats in audience room, but stepped ginger the railroad Question has thus far filled to get up political Joseph. Purity of private charac- ly about, fearing to disarrange the furnianything ofa furor. A few year' experience of ter i) greatly to be admired. The immacuture or drapery, and was silently reproved the outworklDgs and true lnwdrdneis of that relate oro few. If Blaine and Cleveland when tho tidy hoste! stopped to pick up morseless lnsti'utlon has dlvestel It of much ol Its should announce that they did not wish some stray ravelinga from her work or reformer prestige and tberols not much desl'e manifested lor a nearcror more intimate connection. the votes of those who may have erred, turn to its place tho book she had just laid The rellghus element Is now In the ascendent both parties would immediately withdraw down. The husband of that wife did not In this end of the county, ilustonvllle enjoyed in a recommendation of praise her with any enthusiasm or her from Thursday until Sunday nlgbt a Sunday them and unite HUSTON VILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. aujusi-lngglase,- n nut-sinc- e. Fabt Time. In its edition of 8ept. 20, & in an article entitled "Speed of Americsn Hallways," speaklrg of comparative time Vit ar running our mill tor Cirdlngaml fanning made ly lines trading from St. Louis, the to ua ami returned -Kail way Jttgutcr says: i 7",."" "7.'. ".""""'. imck are. cts , blaok .V'.u "We find that the Ohio and Mississippi in. . .,.."V'7-'."":. J '." . ?.UDU "'" '-' ?? Js fur- ni. , heads the list with its express train which niV. i nun. giTe uswuau weiiirmsn it. Send on -- . a trial. nwi leaves this city at 8 A. M. for Cincinnati. C' IK1TMO.V.V? SOX, 270-lMitihellsfturg, Ky The distance Is 341 miles and the average speed is 32 22 miles per hour. The Vau-dalimountains, with its 8 A. M. express, a speed of 30 miles per hour while it traverses tho 210 miles lying between St. Louis llrusl. r.'v (P,,,!,,,,Jr ,,,T sw Ky. . situated on and Indianapolis." Cjr .... The Knalne Tho O A M. not only "heads the list," ihl?i",,i'f!?:BJn fsw.snd (Irlst illllat- " and but maintains its supremacy for a greater "ij is In Good IttiimliiK Order. distance and period of time than any of the lines mentioned. The managers of the Slrfh.?lle.0 JVnd ,rSM'lb'fl I would be willing Ohio A Mississippi Railway have establish blD" ,D ,h ,unl' busl. f od this reputation not only in St. Louis, ii.m win nnJ a good? DF liy lrln to but throughout the western ciunty it is a recognizd and conceded faot that tho O. A M. leads the van in regular and fast time. Wool Carding -,- Spinning lir '""f "" ,,: "' rt Saw Mill For Sale! r'i u Phil Gentle children "rise up and call her blessed,' but were glad to escape from her perpetual restrictions into houses less painfully neat but where there was mere freedom and and comfort Wol-for- Lonei.v Torrid Times, There is no titno like the torrid one, and no place iMjual THK IIIIUGGIST, to tho hot resorts so favorable to the generation of love. Girls are never so bewitch- HTJSTONVILLE, - ing as when dressed in Ihe soft white llu tu- Is Prepnrlnir for n Llrcly Summer rnery of July and August. A merely pretTrade. ty mortal in a dark light costume becomes His line ofgools, In every variety usually found a beautiotu nnfiel when clothed In the in a llou.e of the kind. Is sweetness acd light of rainsook. Every ""Kv shu cufnpjcHe. sensitive and alert girl knows that she can Judioioui Alteration! in tho Internal Arimprest a man more easily and effectually rangements 8ccure Room Cloiufort in summer than in wirter. Tho surround- and Bolter Display. ir.g of riirAlity have a little to do with it, rarlliularaltentlon Is called to no doubt, but the main reason is that she is more alluringly dressed. Well, the con A large and Elegant Addition to the sequence is that about.76 per cent, of the Stock of Jewelry, girls who spend the summer at Newport, ijong iirancn or Saratoga come back beAnd articles o verlu. trothedinformally, if not in a positive aod binding manner. Clara Bell. : Autumn leaves-"WiU you help me to press some leaver? ' the maiden axked ber Will be Inaugurated .March tth, MM. lover. "If you'll fasten them in your waist belt I'll sea what I cm do," he answered; and thus a popular method of pressing autumn leaves wi invented. tlrst-cla- G.F. Peacock KY., President Cleveland The iHTorld Seml-Wrekl- y, rem-ol- y j. MONEY BE e life-siz- e s- M, court-bou- ear-ring- s OltfLY 15 CENTS THE lrj;III school-teache- r, three-quarter- s PATENTS, ks POSTED I Attorney Collee-tlon- ejourt-houa- e. d HUKOI30N DJSN'riST. ramm (. HSI-lyr- .J MYERS HOTEL, .i.m,?-"!e?,1u,!flr,.1"lrf,r"- STANFORD. KY. Prdpr and Roputation, ,l Post-offic- e, Ac-rrs- i. lib-erJ- M. ISuldwiu C.V ., .. Post-offic- e, up-rig- A g Stanford Female buli-dogfro- y, h. '' -- I lf.-TLI- TERMS MODERATE. -- 1I,,J Loulsvlllj, 2 1