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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884101001 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. Sffiti "Uleekhi VOLUME XIII. j?niu-S(ltct!i- iitefiof loitfimL 10, 1884. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER OIWER NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 292. (i RS Tho County Clerk issued liceneo on Titn Lincoln County Court compoaed of the County Judgu and tho Justices of the the 7th for Mr. Perry Divine and Miss W. P. WALTON. Peace of Lincoln county at it term hold Annie S. Carrick to marry, and on the Oth on Monday, the Oth day of October, 1S8J, for Rev. Jas. W, Skinner and Mies Julia C. liarfield to become ono. JSib'tafioi! Tucmtauii (flirt JVMli, made the following order: G. T. Helm, recently so dangerously This day W. 0. Welch appeared and read to the court an act of tho General As- wounded at Junction City, was in town OO XJ31l ANNUSl 8a. sembly of Kentucky entitled, "An net to Thursday looking tolerably well considerWbenpald itrtctlr In advance. If we hire to authorize Lincoln county to raito money to ing tbe suffering he haa eone through. valt dt time, 82.00 will be cbirsoJ. aid in the construction of a railroad thro Messrs. M. J. Farris, R. G. Krans and W. said county," approved May 1, LSSI and J. Gilmorc returned from Colorado TuesTILDEN'S LETTER, thereupon presented a petition, which is day. It iceuis tho credilors of li. B. Turn-bul- l, filed, signed by the Chesapeake & NashThe tallowing ia Mr. 1'ilJen's reaponre to late of Junction City, are not much ville Railway Co. by K. Zimmerman, Pres the committee of tho National Democratic Ident, and by W. G. Welch anJ 27 other disposed to ncquicsce in the proposed setConrcntlcn conreyitig to him the resoluhis business through hia citizens and residents of the justices' dis- tlement tion of tint boJy: tricts of Stanford, Walnut Fiat, Turners-vill- neo. Six suits, all charring a deliberate aiiEYHTONK, OiT. !. Mr Chainmtn and and Hmtor.vllle precincts, asking this purpose to defraud have been brought for (ientltmtn oth CvmmttUe-.- l thnnk you for court to cause an election to be held in the recovery of gnoda recently sold to the kind terms in wlilcfi you hero cotntnu. to take the sense of the qualif- Turnbuil by Ford, Eaton & Co., Jao. Hee-kinicated the rtiohitioni concerning rue said districts ft Co, Illackmore & Kinsley, Woi. ied voters therein upon the proposition adopted lij the Uto National Democratic hereinafter set forth. Upon consideration Glenn A Sons,, Rbinehardt & Newton and Convention. I hnre your conviction tint of which petition tho prayer thereof is John Shillito. reform in the Administration of the FederMrs. Mary Clarke Farris, wife of John granted and the court- - hereby orders that al Goyernment, which U our great Nationan election shall be held on Saturday the R. Farris, died at the Central Houso Wedal wnnt and is iDilrttl eweiilial to the rete16th day of November, 1SS1 in said Stan- nesday evening at 7 o'clock. The deceased ntion anil prtKfrvAtion of the gOTemraent was a daughter of R. C. Kagleman, of Linthrough the ford, Walnut Flat, Turneraville and itelf, can only be achieved iuMicet' districts cr precincts to coln county, and a very accomplished lady. agency of the democratic prty and by take the of the qualified voters there- She has been an invalid for a long time, ltd in the Chief Mag in upon tho following stated proposition, but only violently ill for about n week. iettacy nf the United State Whether or not the county of Lin- - The funeral occurred Thursday evening at The noblo hlntorlcal tradition of the democratic party, the principles in which coin shall iMuc bond to the amount of the family burying ground, in Lincoln it wia educated and to wliinli it his ever $160,000 upon the credit and responsibility county, on the farm where D. N. Prewil' been in the main faithful; it freedom from of the four above named districts and now lives. There will he a meeting of the Con- tho cirr'ipt influence which srow "I I" whether aid county upon the credit and re.punibilily of the said districts shall ac- greesional District Committee at Richmond, prolonged poMeilon of power, and the na turn of the element which conttitute it, nil quire by purchase or gift, title to or the Friday, which will be attended by Mr. W. over a strip of land through J. Lyle, Chm., of our Democratic County contribute to iiuAlify it for tl.V. )uiion. the county, such a mny be necowary for Committee, one of the matters to be settled A new drawing-roocar has been recentThe opptnilte chrc eria'icn ami condition the rihl or for depots and such is the muddle in regard to who shall be the ly made, in which, by a simple devicr, the which attach to the republican party nuke I necowiry at Stanford, candidate for member from this District of heavy chairs are made to fold at joints, the it hnpeWFa to ozpeot that that party will ground a may Ky., for depot buildings, machine thops, the State Hoard of Equalization. Mr. J. senta sink to the floor, the mirrored panes Lc able to giro a better government than 15. Nichols, of this county, haa many triends swing open, reaching within a foot of the the d abusing eyatem of abaw which, du round houiM, water supply, .rc, for the DEALKiS IM- add Chesapeake h Nashville Railway. who would be glad to see him get the nom- car centre and presto, tho drawing-roois ring it acouiirncy, his infected official money to be raited end for ination, as be is eminently fitted for tho divided into ten sections, each affording a Drugs, Books, Stationery and The amount of and political life in (hit courtrr. in which there are two beds, a M Tnc domocratic party lit! i: origin in the railing of which bond are to be iued, place. JOUK-'T- I 5S5-VWATCH. rdllUjr Ml UUIB&. n ciM-- theqtulilUJ voters iu said districts A horfo belonging to Judge J. K mirror, wardrobe, hooka and other conved ptri .U cf the ell irtd of the laaro rbyelclani' rrcterlp'IODi accurately cempcunded. the Revolution to rrnit the ,vi ittr' n J by a majority vote adup' or affirm thU SumralI,of this county, ran away with a niences. Alto Of the three branches of engineering meour (Ijvernutent from the ideal ontcuiph proportion, is the aforwaii sum of $150, road cart to which he was bitched, Wednessum a may td by the people. Atwon ite eanpicuou 000, and tueh additional aforesaid rights-of-y- , day morniug, end going over an embank-men- t chanical to day pays the beat. The aver-ag- o near tbe old College Grounds, broke necary to acquire the fjumloM are JSnjmiii 1'rsi.k'in aud Thutu civil engineer makes $2,000per annum, &C The band to 1 ittiued fur the his right leg just below the knee. Three the mining $2 200 The Largest Stock of Watoffes, Olocks, Han and the mechanical j JtiTtfftwn, Samuel A'Uuh ard John Uub-bar- d Thia includes bridge and locomotive Jewelry and Silverware Clinton and puipote of rawing aid propoed mm of young men, W. L. Sumrall, Murray ock,of MiMichtK't. Oeoie imd Howard Tebbitts, the first named, construction. K)bert It. Livinatjn, . N . Y rfc, Geo. money shall not be sold at lem than their Krer brought to this market Trices Lower than the Iiowc- -. Watchei, Clocks and Jewelry ReDon't Look Like a Wreck. Wythe and Jamea M.IUnn. of Virjinia. par value nor boir a greater ate cf Inter- - a son of Judge Sumiall, and all of them paired on abort notice and Warranted. G per ceut. College students, were in the cart when tho unniim &nd to be a man li going down bill everybody Ii From the election of ii J I aa I'mi-den- t, eit than 'When due tweuty years from the date ft hen is- horse started to run and were thrown out ready to gire hlui a kick." Ycj, that la ao. It It in 1S00, for eUty year, the Demobut natural. Why, many a man and woman, cratic pnrty mainly dirictid our National sued, or sooner, at the option of Lincoln but escaped without injury. The horee atii, county. The proceed of said bonds are to was a valuable one, his owner having been taking employment, would hare got It If their policy. It extended the bjtibdirit- of the balr hadn't been to lliln and gray. One Uittlo of right's-otwaoffered on one occasion $100 for him. The I'arker'i Hair Dalstm la Republic and laid tL foundation of all our be invwtfd in thi. acquidtiou of the then the beat inTeattutnt. aftresaid ani in the purchase at cart was badly broken by the accident. It aopa falling hair, prouiotr new growth and National greatneM, while it prerrtvl the color. Clean, highly perfunitd, not a dye. Dripping Springs, Kentucky. value of the first morlgage bonds limitation io)xel 1(7 tlu CoatiUtioii and their Mr. D. G. Slaughter having just com- A grtat improvement orer any almllar preparation ofaiid CbapeaL A. Nashville Railway luiintsinul n "iuiple and pure eyrtein cf and sold at tha low price U SOc. -- DEALEK IN- Company, the purjoe of the propoaed ac- pleted several large building!, including a eloniealic adminlatration. Poiititt Cure (or Piles. tion of said four districts being to aid (he large storeroom, ballroom, hotel c , will Oa the other band, the Republican ju-t- y Ilftrduarc, Horse Slioe8, Groceries, Saddles, To the peopleofthls county we would aay that Oct. IS, open with one of hia ha alwty bean dominated by principle company in the construction and equip- on Saturday, QuccuHYTare, Buggy IVblps,. Iron, Nails, wa hare been glTen the agency ot Dr. Marchlai'a program-m- o which favor legialation Tor the benefit of ment of their r3nl. Rut no such invest- celebrated entertainments. The IJiirrj' Wheels, Stores, Italian Pile Ointment emphatically guaranteed Cane Mills, Harness, will include a pic nic, masked ball, the- to cure or moiiey rafunded Internal, External, ia to be Spokes, particular claaie at the txpente of the ment in bonds or Grates, Cider Mills, L,ap Covers, play, tableaux, baloon ascension, Blind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SO cent body of the people. It haa become deeply made, unless their said road ia built from atrical Illnis, Stoneware, Corn Shelters, Collars, fcbox. No cure, no pay. Penny A. McAllaler, fireworks nnd a general jolifica-ttotainted with the abuew which naturally Richmond Junction In Lincoln county and display of Drugglata. Several young ladies from Richmond extended from that point through Lincoln Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Wooden and (row up during lonj poataaiion of uncheckDaughters, Wives and Mothers. county tn a westerly direction to Nashville, will have parts in the play and it is assured power wpeclally in the period of civil Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin HoofWe emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlai'a ed that tbe L. & N. railroad will give war and falxe finance. The prtrlotlc and Ten n., or to some railroad running to ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. a female remrdy, to cure Female Dlaca-"rpecial" excursion rates and that the auch aa Orarlan troubles, Inflammation and virtuona tlement in it are now unable to Nashville and unless said road is as well naieimen john Itrlulit.Jr. Richmond string band will be present. Ulceration, Tailing and dlsplaccmint or bearing emancipate it from the err ay of the eelCah and substantially built and equipjtd as the main stem of the Louisville A Nashville On the following Saturday, 0;t. 25tb, at down feeling, Irrrgauulttlca, Barrenness, Change interest which aubordinatc public duty to Railroad and no greater amount of such Paint Lick, Mr. Slaughter will open up a of Life, Leucorrhoca, beaidee many wtakneaMa personal good. prtnglng from the aborr, like Headache, Bloatfir at mortgage bonds are to he issued by the large stock of goods, And on Saturday, ing, Spinal Weakneea, 8leepleunr9, Nervoua deim The moat hopeful of the beat citizens it than $30,000 to the mile, and Nov. 1st, at his Muddy Creek store he will bility, Palpitation of tho Heart, Ac. For aale by contain despair of its amendment except company said bonds rre not to be taken or traid for also open another large stock. Mr. S. will drugglata. Price SI and St 60 per bottle. Send through it teniorary expultlon from kw-c- r. to Dr. Marchlil, Ullci, N. Y., for pamphlet, frcc. all these It has been bjaalingly averted by a except when an equivalent amount of work be present atpersons openings and hope For aale by Penny A. Mc A lister, Druggliu. at the springs and a on said road has been done (upon estimate to see 2,000 modern MaasachusetU stateaman, atrug-glin- g of oompetcnt engineers) in Lincoln county, thousand al each of the ether places. Low to reconcile himraU an J his folio weru LASCASTKU AI)VEKTLSE3E.NTN. AND and ;i0 per cent, of same ehall not be paid prices and special inducements are oflered Reti its Presidential candidate, that the until the whole road from Richmond Junc- at all the places. ! publican party contain a disproportionate B. F. WAIiTEB tion in Kentnoky, to Nmhville in Tonne-seThe Hotel I).ru i on Union Square, New share of the wealth, the culture and the t,, T JE 1 is cjmpletcd. Trie said rights-of-waYork, bud is eaid to he a very elegant hointelligence of the country. LANCASTEU, KY. A Full and oomptou usurluk-ii- i of Furniture, einhracttis ev tfic , m hereinbefore mentioned, are to be tel. It i ptippooei! to hnve taken its name Oflce over Cltttcni National Hank. Offic hoora erylhiiiK fremi the lUieupcst to the F!ue.t I'arlor Suites. W The unprincipled Grafton, when taunted ceded to said railway company upon such from a desire on the pat t of it owners to from 8 to 12 A. u. and from 1 to 5 f. u. pergonal want of by Jiuue II. with hi need tea go to tho citlen lo uinlic your pureliascN, no matter S. M, BCRUBM. L. V. HCBDLK. conscience, nosnerod, "Tint i true, hut I torun m they may agree upen, to bo paid perpetuate the meet popular word with what ciiiantity r qiinllt3' avuiiI, ns I ean and will duplicate nuunrE & bukdext. belong to a party that ha a gtcat deal of in the capital block of raid compuny, by the (5UetH of the aversRe hotel. The proprieany prices you ck.ii obtain eLseuherc. being added. Also A.T" 2L.A.AV. be appointed in behalf of tor conscience." Such reason! forget that cuiiimisdonor to h kept very husy correcting his hoard- ATTOKNEYW LANCASTEn, KY. a full assortment ot Collins, Csves, Shrouds and IZohcs, Lincoln county in the event thU preposi- ers, who persist in puttinc the cart hefore tho Mine claim ho bun uimlu n all agm Will practice In Garrard and adjoining eoantiei Ware room tion shall be adopted by ibe qualified vo- tho horse, which, as will he observed , makes and Court ot Appcala.Ottlco lit tbe iloblnwu bhxik. ing nil the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. and countries by defenders of old wroUR lM-l- y South Side Public Uquaie. opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, a aforwaidS Frankfort CapIt very like other hotels. agsir.Bt ntw teforui'. It wen alleged br ters It is further Ofpred that the ofa'eoru ap- ital. the Tories of the American Revolution to hold the'ugular election in eaid agiiusl the patriu'.d of that day; it win r- pointed TAYLOR'S ,ppR llradstreetb states the linhilltiea of the Co. JefltrHjn uud aftcrwarda districts or precincts for the presont year mercanlilo failures in the United States elated iiRninU (exrept tho thetiff, who are to be appoint- in agsItHl JdcUon. first nine months of the current year the ed by the tdicritTof Lincoln county us his at S1UG.000.000 atainst $123,000,000 in cor- CHAMBEHSBUKG, PA. It is alleged by the coram s'ira against' deputies) ahull hold tho election mil tako expanding period of 1SS3. The proportion Five Awards at the Lonisvillo Exposi? thoae who, in England, at now eiuk corithe vot herein provided for at the regular of newt to liabilities is greater than last tion in 1883. flrR( . ng to onlarjr ih popular year, a fact which implies thtt monetary placen of votirg in ench of said dlrtticU on Knelnea from 2 to 2S0 horto power. Saw Mill from All hintory Aioka rcfurm in i;oTernment stringency is more potentiul in causing A a J30 to the largett Mendard 6lie. Portftblo Corn mut not be from thoto who sit scretioly oti the said 15th day of November, 10 1. At Mtlln from the North Tarolliift Millstone Co., the lne-litsn- f mountain-lop,eyiiicfcch voter shall to nsked Ihu snid election tho nodal the world let Mills lafor prlcej. for maVIn; meal for table The Frankfort Capital suys that women Addreaa w. Write the existing order of IhiiiK'. Kven whether he vote for cr ogainet the propohave a perfect right to wear Mother Hub-hardtlif Divino Author of our religion found sition Htibmltted (which is the proposition GEO. D. WEAREX, hut ahould ho careful how they walkhi follower not mnoni; complxcent Phtri-oeo- i, hcreinbeforo recited) end hia vcte nbnll bo ed between men and the sun. Tho editor d but among OENEUA1.AGT., P. HAMXON, be fined for givinj; the Toe republican party I iargoly undo up recorded in a poll book, to ba provided by of the Capital should 8rANrono, Kv thing nway. Let 'em walk. Carlisle MerTraTellnB Agent of thoc wlio live by their wils. and who tbe clerk of this court ut expense oi county HAVE cury. aspire to advantage over the rest of man- for that purpoeo at each voting place, which kind pimilar to there which their daily When one haa had a fever and the hair is Extenbeon devoted to pecuriog in private shall he returned in tho time and by the falling off, tako a teacup of sage, steep in a live are ofScers na in case of general elections, quart of soft water, strain it ofl into n tight huainefM. sitne Tho democratic party coihihIs largely of ami tho result of said election is to bo ascer- bottle, nponge tne neau wuu iue ieu To Their Stock oi thoce who live by tho work of their hands tained nmi certified in tho manner prcicrib wetting the roots of the hair. and whoso political uction i governed by ed by the act hereinbefore referred tc. In A'ISt. Vitus dance is eaid to have yielded in It their Bentimcnta or imagination, each oi eaid poll books there shall be n colparty lr.oro readi- umn headed, "For IiailroaJ Aid" and a every caw recently treated by a Baltimore tlist tho democratic a ly than the republican party cn he moldcolumn headed ''Ag.iimt Railroad Aid" and physician, wno preacnucu tho herb And now lnye tho Ba?t Stock in Can ed to the support of reform uunurB which the votes of nil peraona voting in favor of three times daily, of a tea made or r .a t. ?I involve a nacriGce of nolfwh interests. The tnc proposition nerein recucul snail be re- called skullcap, tral Kentuoky. They havo Parlor A Large Stock of the following Indispcnsiblo necessity of our timea is n corded in the column first named ami of and Bed Room Sets, Carpet, cuuk roil riMc. channo of Rdmlnistrntinn in the creat ex- - these voting against aaid proposition In the preceded by n na of weight Cano and Penitentiary Pllea ore frequently ecutive offices of tho country. This. In my column last named, alxlunifn, In tha back, lolna ami lower lart of tho Chairs, Marblo Top, judgment ran only he nccnmpliMifd by tho 20dHys' notice shall be civen bv cmulnj tho patient to npioo ho hw om affection At Centra Stand & Ex election of the ilemosrotic candidate for tho eheriil' of Lincoln county of tbe election of tin kUncTi or nelgliUorIn,; orgvu. At time, Baker Grain Drills, Buokevo Grain Drills, President and Vise President. flfittilcury, herein ordered by publication in rho Intt-iiio- ii lymrtomaorinaigMtlon nro prevent, tension Tables, Samuel J. Timen. McSherry Grain Drillo, Hoosier Grain Drills, Jour.NAL newspaper and by printed nncatlnem of tho stomncli, etc. A uioUturo, Ilka Wine, Cot-te- n Woven notices posted up at not less than three Kalamazoo Harrows nilratlon, producing o "J dliagrwaUe- Itching, THIS IDEA OP OOINO tt'KST Top and Ilair Hat-tresse- s, public placcj in each district in which tho afti'r setting la a very cowmon attendant, Champion Sulky Plows, Champion SteW Beam Plows, to Colorado or Now Moxloo, for pur fttr to reheto Folding Bed lountho bo held. election is to Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Dane Mills, Evaporators, Peed Gutters, llllnil, IlloeUlnsfBid llchlug Vllcs jleUatoncato CoMiimjitlon, it ll a mltko. Any, remonalile man Thi order is made under tho atothcrily application of Dr. IhxaiiVo'e I'll- ItemeJy, which acta ges, Bods & Cots, Wardrobes would uie Dr. Iloitako't CougU and Lung Syrup far BuRgicB, Carriages, Surroys, Spring Wagons, Farm "Wagon s, !jo. conferred by the act of Assembly ejforcwiiu, dlrnclly upon the parta offteted, aUorllug the and Sofas, and Everything Elso Couiumptlbu In all It first stajf. It nour fl! approved May 1, 1SS4 and la intended to Tniaors, alUylax Un IiiUum Itching an4 affecting a Store. A few Molluenurt Furst and Kradlcy Sulhy Plows at Kopt in a to rIto rillff In oil caiw of Con flu, Oolt, be in strict contormity to the provisions twmaneut cure. Trice CO ccnta, Addrcea the Dr. i'aloa la tho Cliwt and all affcollona that aro thereof. Cost to close out. Granulated Sugwr Trices. U.xo Medicine Otf., 1'lqaa, Ohio. Sold ly MeltoV- Coa.UBHKui...UileorWiJiit cauldred prtwatyito A Coi'V. Atr J. Blais, Cms. & C. 0. erta A Stf. Stagg. anJ'81.00. 6U ty Moltotwta ii $ntcrior$onnrol OF ELECTION. DANVILLE. BOYLE COUNTY. i--f n IIus-lonvi- reprt-KiilatiT- e l: right-of-wa- y Chloral and Bromide of Potasium, Again we have to record with deep regret a sad proof that those who give or take chloral or bromido of potassium for sleep1 lessness are guilty of a deplorable error nnd do a grievous wrong. Tne narcotics which poison sleep also deprave the higher nerve AND PHARMACEUTISTS, DRUGGISTS centres, enfeeble the controlling powers of the will and leave the mind a prey to the depressing influence of a conscious loss of The cultured mind feels the ignominy of tha intellectual and moral depreciation with great ncuteness and in DrtiRH, Willi Paper, Bluhlciil Wines. BookH, CliciuienlK, Liquor IiiHtritcmcuto, the end euccutnbj to the sense of poerlce-nes- a t Igars. Stationery, PnintH, Pocket to recover aelf control aad do right. NoitpH, Toliaccos, OIIh, Cutlery, The depravation wrought ia purely physicPerfumery, IdlUipH, Machin Fire Anas, al. The baneful influence of the lethal xtccuiefl. nnd Optical Hoods Department is in Clinrgo ofCel. Our Jewelry, Silverware drug is, so to ray, organic. The Titos. who will Itupnir Watches uud Clocks Promptly ami itt tho best elements of the nerve tissues are blighted 8tjlc. Ulcliards, by the atupifying poieon, aa by alcohol in habitual drunkenness. In short, tbe recourse to chloral and bromide ii precirely the same thing as recourse to alcohol. The man or womaa sent to "sleep" the mocking semblance of physiological reat by a dote of either of these narcotists is r imply . intoxicated. No wonder that habitual drunkenness of this class impairs and then destroys the vitality of the mind-orgaand places the subject of a miserable artifico at the mercy of hia emotional nature, and makes him the creature of hia paeiona. When will the public awake to the recognition of the facta with regard to these moat pernicious of etupefacicnU? Persistence in recourse to them haa no better excuse than unwillingness to search out the cause of tiie "wakefulness" which prevents natural sleep. London Lsncct, In nubtri 0K 0 ! Mbb Stanford, Ky. Opera House Block, .C 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 counH. C. Rupley try. Give me a trial. PHARMACISTS, m bed-roo- aJri' (j3 wM- 1 JEWELERS. $2,-S0- t: pr W. H. HB right-of-wa- y n. e y, HDKOKON NT UNDERTAKER, !U,iii'oitii3i,e XeaJlei liirg' Tmnim' wiMmM iH'SMt Jbj frfiht cmhrao liy. EiyrapRisE fL Grocery. GEO. D. BURDETT Lately Making sive Additions frs Taylor Manufacturing Xtancuslcr, ISeiitueky, 2 s, lowly-minde- a iswm tea COMMISSION ME11CAKT -- MANUFACT UltERS' AGENT. , li-a- Dron-clil- Lcssfbaa WCTdvuwm nal Stanford. Ky., October 10, 1884 W. P. WALTON. Elsewhere in this issue will be found D i . the order of the countr court directing an election to be held In the Walnut Flat, Stanford, Turncrsville and .rlustonvllle precincts, to take the sense of the qualified Totcrs on the proposition to issue county bonds to the amount of $150,000 on the crtdit and responsibility of tho four precincts named, for the purpose of raiding money to buy the same ntuount of first mortgage bonds of the Chesapeake and Nashvillo railroad and for an additional VOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, amount to purchase ihe right of way lUy, the arithmetic man, is a pauper through the county, payment for the latter common in a New Mexico mining camp. to be made to the county in the Andy Wepler. who killed Henry Clay, atcck of the proposed railroad. To those has bjen indicted for willful murder. who will take the time to consider the The residence of Taylor Adams, near matter and not start off with the propothey aro opposed to aiding Nicholasvllle, wss burned Monday. sition thi' Mrs. Henry Kice, Sr., of Fosloria, O., And abetting railroad and other corporacommitted suicide br hanging himself with tions at all, even when that aid will to their own and the public's good, an apron. The Kentucky Masonic Mutual Life la not necessary to discusi the advantages it Insurance Company has assigned at Bow to accrue to the county should we secure Qreen. the road. In the first piece the proposi ling Gov. Knott has pardoned George Levi, moee wmcu nuve tion u uillereni iroin usually been submitted to countiei. The one of Furguson's dupes in the City Hall security we aro asked to take is not the theft in Louisville. Ilea wero of course down on him. The upWASHINGTON LETTER. General Grant declined to fill a vacancommon Block of the road but the first shot of it all was that the word wss quietly cy on the Now York Republican Electoral mortgage bonds, which are not to exceed To the Editor of tbe Interior Journal 1 passed around that the bishop wanted to ticket on the ground that he Is out of poli the rato of $30,COO to the mile, whereas Washington, Oct. 7, 1SS4. About the see the mm elected who wan a good Cathotic this year. the L. & N. railroad is mortgaged at SoO,-0- 00 hotels and clubs the political outlook is the lic which his name it was Tom. Well, Tho democratic committee in the 7th to the mile. Such bonds on such n District has declared W. C.T. Breckinridge chief topic. All but tho most enthusiastic you know there is any quantity of Cathoroad as tho trunk line proposed will in agree that there are such various lics down on the Rio Grande, and the reli any event be worth par, with the the nominee for Congress without the form- partisans and opposing elements at work that it is gious racket just did tbe buines. So that probability of going higher in value. Then ality of a convention. Charles McNairy, of Laurel Hill, S. more difficult than usual to forecast the is the only way Tom Ojhittreo got elected if the bonds are so good, tome one esquires, Both Butler and bt. John are to Congrees," concluded the narrator. why ask tho county to take them? Why C, an invalid, was murdered by his wife, chances: Lawn Tennis parties are all the rage iu who was tired of supporting him. She waa unknown quantities, but hardly more so not put them on the market for sale? tariff question, the labor move- Washington at this season, and our beautithan the Simply because Mr. Huntington whhej to assisted by another woman and a man. ful streets and nrenuei aro bordered at A syndicate in Amsterdam and Lon- ment, the Irish defection nnd the "mugget tho people of Kentucky interested in don have taken $5,000,000 in stock and the wump" boll. Then there la nnolher well many points by tennis courts, where the the work. He could build the road with at work In tbe peraon of social world is wont to dNport itself until foreign capital entirely, but it must be re- same amount in bonds of the Louisville A known quantity Belva Ann Lockwood. This novel the reason of Terpsichore begins. membered that the franchise under which Nathville railroad. The proceeds will liqui- Mrs. candidate is actively engaged in the cam Testimonial to Judge 3own. be will labor is obtained from the Ken date the floating debt. Matt O. ll;ardon, author of the paign and her cause even has a "defection" ALWAYS OX HAND The county court entered the following tucky Legislature which has the right to STOCK OF "The Marriage Bells," "Only an led by Dr. Mary Walker, who says she on its order book Wednesday: alter, amend or recind the provisions of the songr: any woman who parts "Since the last term of this court Judge charter at any time. With the people Ivy Leaf," "Gathering Shells by the Sea- - will not vote for her hair in the middle, but declines to E. vV Brown, its presidlog justice, has dealong the line pecuniarily interested in it, shore," and "My Dream of Love 'is O'er," hifnrpjita her tricvcle. Apropos of Belva parted this life. Ills associates in the adthere is far less chance of hostile legislation died in the Louisville Hospitel this week. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad has Ann, I am reminded of a little anecdote, ministration of the fiscal affairs of the counand for this reaon the projectors of the enlegal practice. The story ty are deeply impressed with a sense of the terprise deeire the aid and influence of our been given notice by the Pennsylvania bearing upon her Railroad Company that on and after Octo- goes that Mistress Lockwood wis urging a Iops the people have sustained by the death people. Cartter of the of this public officer, so incorruptible, so No part of tho bonds are to be paid until ber 12 it will be deprived of the privilege case before Chief Justice bench. The Justice, after listen-in- g prudent and so zealous in serving the incertain amount of work ia done on the of running trains over the Pennsylvania District with patience to her statement of the terests committed to his charge. His mind road, more than sufficient to secure them lines between Baltimore and New York. The Hon. James A. McKinzle, who case, overruled the demurrer that she has waa of a judicial cait, his devotion to pubaad not in full till the entire line is Lockwood then made a lic duty was marked and his fiJelity to tbe completed from Richmond Junction to has just returned from Ohio, says: "The de- filed. Mistress VJKKYin the case, which bis honor sum- trusts of office confesjed by all who knew "Nashville. In that way we can rot pouibly mocracy are greatly encouraged and feel motion Rising hurriedly with him. Possessed of an ardent temperament marily denied. lose anything. lf the road ia built we not sure of carrying the State. I think so myperplexed Attorney re he was yet restrained in his impulses by a only have ample security for our money, self. There was no sidewalk enthusiasm some animation, the should like to have your hon- sober judgment and the dictate of a pure but we get the advantages of a through in Blaine's Cincinnati demonstration. It marked: "I or's advice what to do next." Slowly and conscience. Endowed with a keen perceprailroad, an increase of population, an in- looked more like a funeral procession." pointedly the witty Chief Justice replied: tion of the difference between right and crease of the value of our lands, a better MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. "Mrs Lockwood, tbe court would advise wrong, he had in his public station, no leu market for our products and many other And to Paying Short-tim- o you by all means to employ a lawyer." than in his private life, the moral courage Customors. No Managed by Jno. B. Fish. advantaged that it is unnecessary to name. goods sold on long timo. The irate councelor rapidiy disappeared to condemn and punish tbe one ana to apTbe mortgage bonds bear six per cent, inThe weather has turned very cool f Icce with her bundle of papers and wss seen prove and protect the other. In view of terest and we are to have them at not over yesterday. flying down tbe street on her trycycle at a Judge Brown' unblemished character, both their par value. Lincoln county bonds The apple crop is not very good in this 2:10 gait, trying to beet Maud S.'s record. private and public; this court coeetns it a rsK- can bo floated at 5 per cent, interest, cer- county; they aro all rotting on the trees. from houses, pleasure more than a duty to make From mountain, public tainly nfa premium with G per cent, in -- The recent warm weather and rains stores in northern 'cit- and enduring this testimonial, and it ia which event we would be the gainer $1,500 have causad the fall pastures to be vcrv and from shopping ies, our people are returning in droves to therefore ordered that the clerk enter it at a year, provided the railroad bonds are as good. . ... their city residences. Is it going to be a r good as we have every reason now to berener uugs ire l..! lauenea in mis gay winter? will soon be the prevailing so- large upon the order book of this court. oeing M. C. Poiitman, JInilc from the IieM MlnucKofii Whcnf. For xnlt; only by lieve they will be. Tbe increase if any in county than ever before; good hogs are cial conundrum. Doubtless there will bo G. P. I'KKUir, taxation, would therefore be so slight that worth 4 J to 5 cents. usual amount of gayety, and Oit. 8, '81. D. R. Carpenter. none of us could object who has the interT. It. WALTON. Our people are very touch In hopes about the though should Cleveland be elected some est of the county at heart. At any rate that Lincoln county and Stanford will seBy the lockout at Oliver Bros. & Phil- official houces will be opened less freelj; we will not and our taxes are now about cure the Chesapeake and Nashville raillips' rolling mills at Pittsburg, 3,000 TRY entertainments have lately formed so email more $75 per year. road. ( men are added to the already large a part of the sum total of the social round Another fact should be bourne in mind; A great deal of freight is being moved number out of employment. The men the Cincinnati Southern road now pays the bf the Kentucky Central railroad since that the closing of all the "Court" houses positively refufcd to accept a I2J per cent, county over $1,500 taxes yearly and tbe L. they have completed their transfer at Liv would hardly be missed. Of whatever reduction and tho foreman gave no orders one may be, all agree that the expira to light fire", so &N. over $2,000. The Chesapeake and ingston. Through passenger trains from that instead of a strike it ce Nashville would be taxed fully as high, Cincinnati to Knoxville will be put on tion of Mr. Arthur's administration will IlKVT KOAHTEU ItIO, is a lockout. Naa great loss to the social world of the bringing us a revenue from railroads of Oct. 12th. All in the Lino of Nature. $5,000 or $G,000 a year, within a thousand Jas. M. Sebastian, republican candi- tional Capital. There li nothing In the Hoe ol or mastery The President ia still the guest of Sre abont that wonderful and popularuugle or bo of being sufficient to pay the ordina- date for Congress is out before tbe people medicine, Tar For Halo only by Frelinghujsen at Raritan, N. J. No leer's Tonic. It la simply the ry expenses of the county. On the whole of the Eighth Congressional District of tary ami moil rcim-tlfl- c T. II. WATTO.V. coiaMnatlon jwmII1soI tho intimation of the time when he will return princve have nothing to lose but all to gain by Kentucky in a circular which is being the White ipal of tboie Ttgctahle curatlvca which act powerreceived at securing the road if possible and we hope W. II. II. TIIOMPHON, circulated. I suppose this is the here has y et been IIOX. W. H. YOUNG. fully and dlrfctly upon the House. I think he is not likely to arrive nera and Hood, But there itoniach, liter, lid. that those who would at first thought vote only way he can circulate. neither la, nor will !. W e aro autboMaed to announce cV'J,r' K.- T- u a tanildU for Htata the Hon. W. 8. Secretary Frelinghuvsen any lucccasful Imitation ol It. It li all tho time against tho adoption of the proposition to oun, o Uurtl countr, Candidate to rrprrieat G. II. Albright has sold the greater before the 15th. the Stn Congrmlonal Dhtrlct, ai a meinlxr ol tht "' ofVHrntuckjr, NofcinUr election, ISSI, buy $150,000 bonds, will calmly consider portion of his farm on Clear Creek in this has returned to his New Jersey home, and curing thoie who bad dcipalrcd of ertr settles State Hoard of hqualliatlon, aublect to the action well. For yourtelf, your rife and children. of the Democratic party. the matter in an its d bo rings ami cast ms county to L?e Coffay for $1,900. Jefferson will spend most of the month of October flying thick and fast vote for the present good and that of com- Coffey bought Cooley nays' farm for $1,-05- there. Rumors are to is mairy Miss Tilly ing generations. John T. and Wm. M. Fish have that the President IM, from Frelinghuysan, and the report seems to limnlr ami Ilrnln mi. I llrurt .Affection,, nii.ort After showing by facts and figures that bought Jos, Cheetnut'd farm of 110 acres Nrrrini rrMI!ly, Ilrnfcm McmU I.unca. in certain quarters. Such a mar iNmii New York is ascertain to go democratic in for $1,050. Staple and Fancy Oroccrlea that will cll low for lulloi.a.ii.l rakneMortliKi,f.,,,n1 add much to the soDr. Ztck Denny, wife and daughter, riage would certainly ca!iorfoiinlry produce. I araTitlaotKcnt forthe diT A Irlunrjr Orunnn.uk jour I)ruit tor the presidential election as the South, that JLJjf. OMJVJS. rscourr'ej house entertainnianroru .Woolen .Mllia Yarolauuid Klannola. rf WOIIO RtMOrYKtO taunch democratic paper, the World Biye: of Mt. Vernon, Mo., are visiting relatives cial interest of the White PUHa NS. 13. which I alwafi kwn .full nr.eWV in.. na . .n and Miss ments during tho coming winter, nndMiTeiuonr. 'And as New York goes, sago New Jersey in this county. Mrs. M. C. Bragg, Miss J. M.lTTIXtil.V, H3 occupy tho station Stanford, Ky. and Connecticut New York's right and Fannie Bragg and Mrs. Pollie Proctor have Frelingbuyecn is fitted to which would bo assigned to her. left flank. The 51 electoral votoa of these returned from Missouri after a six months' fWlth Xlioaplinriia, COXHEKCIAL HOTEL! A IlLOOl), UKAIX & .EKVi: TOXIC. I hoard an interesting bit of political three states, with the 153 electoral volea of visit-t- o relatives in that State. Mr. D. C. 8H 'RrcirlRwWBft-ffi- n It r"or nnii.uhti'm not lrr It r.k I -i torlerit explanation of tbe other day in he South; now certain for Cleveland, give Pointer and Mis? Annie Kirtley,who have WTANVOIU). JCV. Jorou. 81. par bott!. 'uc,llrrr nml auburn-lockeAro vo.i ralll'ir. try wklls' Vr.kxrn lis tine. Tom Ochiltree got d t. r7 t md mo acmocracy or tnreo more been In Missflouri for the same length of how tho voles, mvlm, fipurc1, clean, wiiot- a irr I have rented the abort centrally located Hotel, I or ,.nw, Met ,i, tuit iiartlcuLrs. ddr.. CHA3. W. 8COTT M.D., Knnsaa City, Mo. elected to Congreea. It has always been than a majority. But to these must be ad- time, were married last Friday in that and wIllmooTery cUorttoglro entire aatltfectlon V" SCUTTS XjIVjUU 1'IZJ.H. by money to tho public. Ifaat, cool rooms; excellent tabic: ded Indiana, which is stronger and surer State and aro now at Mr. William Poin- supposed that ho "made tho rnco" ? r imr n. I u er, wttct, nr Au lufUdft'uUnijetvraj t. turci h .t said "No that wasn cbwtp ratea. (ilvt uk a call. Li !'" for Cleveland and Hendricks now, than it ter's. Col. Sim. M. Bardett, of Lancaster, but mr information was money r. it.rrj.tuic. waa for Tilden and Hendricks in 1870 is in town for a few dayc. F. L. Thomp- - the way of it. Of course thero Headache Fever. Azuo. Chilli. used, but that wouldn't have been cnoutrb. Tana a total of 219 electoral voted are sure' eon and W. J. Newcomb are in Louisville. DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. What raally elected Tom was the Catholic I el for CJevuIand, not counting California nd Public Speaking. Nlwifotake, tnmm rit,unrqunlulforJ tell you how he got it. You vote, and I'll Nevada, which went for llanecck, and I hare bMn appointed Rgrnt for thoaalo of 111 TOttPID .. blVbK nri KictniQi Hon. Jas. B. McCretry, democratic nom- know, of course, what a harum-scarufel Swontrj, nervous wenKnew, farm pf Mrs. l'lti'bo C. IllaU and helm, coutalnlnic counting only tho statei that cast their elecJ.IO .IvfCH, Irlng yK el a in i lo from lluttoavillo inee for CcngroMt in the 8th District, and low Tom has alwayH been. Well, what Jm.tt'f OajCO, a.Ui.ia 1 IVII "'I 0 fcf un nip wie.-i- y toral votw for the candidates in 1870, when ;,,"l r I r Jersey City, N. JVt U. H. A,. rt nice ami 1 Hereby offer it tirirutr- 1 . 8. J. M. Sebastian, republican nominee in will you say when I tell you that Tom was It has a good dwellina-hoiia- a ells, ol tiro storks republican bolt or republican they had ii3 r.im u room, tdidM the nccMinrr 3i?'JlXi ssssrararaTzraaiaU, . It la well watered and la pood, rich the oamo district have agreed on the follow- elected to Congress bccauo he was a devothixl vortu in New York to support thera. iewspa,wr uurti more than U naked lot It ing joint appaintracnts. Lawrenceburg, ed child of tho church? You see, whrn Apply to me lor further parllculirt. Of thaeo 210 electoral votes 201 are enough Andersoncounty, Tuesday, Oct. 14; Tay. Tom was a youug fellow he once had for !57 Vfin IT. T. Iti'lill, Stui.fsrd. Ky. o make Grovcr Cleveland President and lorsrillo, Hpenccr county, Thursday, Oct. tutor a man who afterward became n promave the republic nnd proclaim tho nation's lCjIIarrodsburg, Mercer county, Friday, inent official iu the Catholic church. Thin reat ltason and decree that rnecality and Oct. 17; NicholaHville, Jcsamine county, man alwaya had a fondnosa for his old pulion- FACTS RECMDIN0 lumbug are not a better policy than Harlnc old my farm, I will on tho pruuliea iidur Satuiday, Ost. 18; Danville, Boyle county, pil, and when Tom was nominated for Con-grsty. We entirely omit the West. Woen-tji- y btanford, full to ths hlgbcat bidder, oil 8y, Monday, 0:t. 20; Stanford, Lincoln county, tho sly fellow thought ho might malto r.--. : C)!ii , Wisconsin, Illinois, MicU- Ru chu-Pai- b It ttDI TMirlfy nn.l onrlMi ths rj OOD. rcinihle 2:jtj, TE.unsn.vv, Tue hy, Oc' 21; Lanoastcr, Garrard coun-i- fomethtng out cf Ihe relation. Po he "? i.irW'" rnrrioffi'" 'i rt V ai..i K.i us, vrhrro the prohibition 1.. Id.T.lMl, Wednesday, Oct. 22; Kicbmond, Madi brushed up the old acquaintance, made Tl " r.,1' 'ii,; jcr hi inn i jrrit.i'i' " ' i i ' if i.i 'ill i' 1( riiil' and i rinli n HiMi' aovomcrit l.ai sisutntd ruch formidable M .1 I I 1m in .,. .,.,i .it j son county, Thursday, Ojt. 23; Berca, Madi friends with the bishop of the diocese, a of ihn l'e, taio ( 1. i ,ij i''!ii ln.llai-a- . n 'ri'.aj Vii', i. TTCatT.' n'.'.j,. - . Mi,!, .. Sm ,wii tii-.- . If 1.1', I.. i. , .arop-.r'- .i li ninrko.l riiirririy imperil icptih- - son : ' I 1 r,ui . ;,r u.. 'A ' lim llcilll j v.' Vl.'i, l.' ir n Uflispi, 1 fin( Will) llHK'li li county, II UHtl-llllfl PI .',c 11 lltll' lll'W rill'i'C. I'llllVDllI iik M I'Urfr.', :.1I r. . t'rinn11 J"i ti.t. . ',i , J ir, .: l.1, v.wjr., : Mm Mwi-lnnry- , Oi tha ropublioau side Hookcastle Friday, Ost. 21; Mt. Vernon, made a visit to a high dignitary of the Critiary Ora;aiis in county, Saturday, Oct. 25: In- - church, which lasted two or three days, ! .r I . aek, 1 Jack, 1 Mw, 3 I.." I1..IH. n lUnppll.-f- Itiuh, U is Ittt Hint trembling. CM tho democrat-I '.li!.' Cir Hf high Ml :d .'Iniira, ilc j yrurlitik llu.f- - um don, Laurel county, Monday, Oct. 27; was diligent in attendanca upon musi, and, also "Chnpln'a Inject Ion b'lnir. 'f ocl'fel.rt 8 abort iiarlln ilr.cxi nlHiultii luiU ,B"IU,";''tutl ... " cornplalnta btutfiMG l,wd ut Cuw ami aide all U calmness and out fide nee." Calves, fncludlBR .. .. . .1 lor SU'IIIMS, enlier cpntrac.l or ' : ... ... or 101 horouKlibreda, 1 thcr- i,hereditary mlnr. iica Chir.ln'i. rnmMin. li Chinquepln Rough Jackson county, Tues- in short, pulled tho wool over their eyes ..r """ puKhbred Mull. 1 Alt, Ion gfdtr. I Uant Pluir. 1 lim Mroutctt tiitlniur "tan"!iu completion, , Afl everything written or caid by that day, Oct. 28; Mc. lo I tali o or till. tbiiDltterSj-nipSl.OOiwr bottla. and 5 Kee, Jackson county, in fine style. To help matters along, as i.uuu i.w..n, j iitxMirrurain urni, a wmjom, .. r nil- nii,K.,i ... n....AM..l.K Chnpln'sKypliUitlo 1111s, $tf.00; nnd CuA- - 3 trand old chieftain, Sim). J, Tilden, is n lot pf PJowa. 1 Spfluu Wsgoa, 1 JlwUway.3 bl mi b nypiuiuia BOlVf, Cl.w. o DOttlea Ilueelcasml liarLfaa, UOorlOo buslieli Wheat, J.Tit .'iJ?iL?'"".'l nu read ami approved by the democracy every. Wednesday, Ojt. 20; Boonville, Oirsley luck would have It, Findlay, whom tho ........ v.iiiiiain-Kt'li- ".V.1.1 ir"llydeslriiilUi feynip. 2 of Mils, 1 rJalre, by Exprets on o UIIIUIHAL AND UEST 100 (JiiIIdiino JlortKi.imiilii til-.where, wo give his latest production in full county, Thursday, Ost. 30. Speaking at 1 democrats had nominated was a Free Ma recjlptfif S10.no, or of Unlets. oral tens of liar, io. i urius ilbstal iid latdt w. iiii.i. uvntiy L..IV, ftTCii of.": M''"' our "DREAM . a., u. a. a. o'clock each dayV known on day of m!u son, and as a secret society man the Catho-- 1 id our Brat p'ge. etraasuftod ofullnfvrntioi,t1ai. 1 HI 230-t- d I. JAJIEJ CHOW. On. HARTin'a lrs:i Tonio ia ron 8al by au noiiroaaiB aho ocaujw Enirrmtffif: In a card which is being distributed over the district, Jas. M. Sebastaln, who claims that he was given the nomination for Con-grcby tho republicans in this district without solicitation, says "that tho Hon. Jas.'B. McCreary, Bought and procured his own nomination at the hands of the demo cratic party, al n primary election, where money was used without stint, in the most shameful manner to corrupt the voters, and whisky was copiously applied to debauch the people and defeat the will of the ma jority." Starting out with such a position as this, Sebastian places himself beyond the gentlemanly treatment of Gov. McCreary, who has shown him every courtesy due a political opponent. As the late K. M. Bradley, Eq , would sav, Mr. Sebastian is evidently a "cockleamus." s) waMmt mMmmmMwMmstamimAiiii bJLh FOR 15TOXJ 1 We have moved to OUR BffilSW ROOEKE with a EHE W of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to STOCK CL0THI Nix BOOTS SHOSS m 1ATS GISORfJE EL As there is a growing demand for GOOD GOODS, we have bought the BEST BRANDS in the market, and those in search of a superior quality should call on us. &m. T 6-ROGZ2- l$. MIA. Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Qneensware, Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- LOW PRICES GIVEN Prompt M CASH, i sea-sid- 1 .. ?BMf JP&S&iSS F&OTK,, We rml-iti- Fins UStpa CSSSee, lt I''1 0. Mew Store! SUFFEREnT .. .trr-Tou- f'nil. w. J. GILBEEFSIRON w ,TOMIC - lr. ss-'-- -" FAEfiM FOIB SAXE !','' "''. a IT-- , cs (e v 1 - y, oct. 1 ihbi, I Wi Imlm ' i . - . i . i.-i- I I' i i I 1 . . ' t ,.. 1I.. sc-s- i h IT!iMn-i.r.- ll . . . u .1 lu .; ooHnlttrri-ltlnvli.'i- i - 4 -- T., V 1 John K, McLean, proprietor of the ! Cincinnati Enquirer, wa married Tucaday A Howard of Two Hurirtl Doll in will he paid morning to M1m Emily P. JJtnlc, daughter by thafrlfndiof tho late J. X. Denedlct for the Wallace 1'. Vabxon, Es, Lai bscn of Gin. R. F. Bealc. Ml. Bade la preral-nen- t injilureof Ms iimrieicr, Henry lloberts. Itolierls Stanford, Ky., October 10, 1884 apIHjlnted Count Klector hy tho Deuio complexion, Is aliout 21 kp, in Washington aociety, and very popu- eyct, tmootli ymricf very dark countenance, linil bad rathfno hihI erotic Central Committee. y. er hear billi, wclgbtig probably 1.19 poundi. lar among her friend. Daring Grant'ii V0 Ti l. a .LOCAL TIME CARD. Just received a large and eelect stsort-we- administration there wa no family tioarer of dry Rcoda in the htet fill atyltw, tho White boiiae than tha "f Gen. Btalo'e. TWO FARMS FOU SALE. Mall train going North. 12 r. m. - NhiiIi ' IMr.u, which are marked down at Extnuslrala" Koulb...... to x. u. I offor for tale two farina, lying on the Stanford -DEATHS. WHOLEfJAIiE AND EETAIL- " Norh " " 2 SB a.m. pricea. J. W. Ilnyden. and 'somerset Ik, one contalnlDft Vl't Arm, mlloril'jf Wynbtirg nUllon, C. M. ll.lt., Thcalmo Is calculated on standard Hint'. Bolar Mra. Pnd'ba bsundeM, motuer-in-IaWe have now open the finct flock of and one ol I "A Acres, 1 mile north of laid station. tluio 4 bout 20 niirmlea fustor 15. G. Alford, dkd nt Nicholaavllle ConttOerable fruit, plcoty of water, timber, Ac. Nowmark-et- a of Mra. Ladlta' Dolmana, Circulars and Improvements fair. Tonus east. JOTrsoRnwr 11. If. PMXiTiTT, ever exhibited in thi section of Ken- yesterday nt an advanced age. LOCALJIOTICES. Wnvnhur Ky. After n lonj? illne-- a of that dread di- - 21.?m A Iluv your echoul hooka from Tate A tucky. KJminton As Oiraley. cae, conatimplioii, Mr. Waller W. Owaley, enny. WcKinney ALLflannela, ladie' cloth and woolen Jr., pwtod from death unto life at 3 o'clock To tho Ladies of IlKAlKiiTAirrr.iw for achool hooka at Mo good of cvory description carried from lna( yesterday morning, surviving hla father, ItoberUiftSUKRV. Ami Vlolnlty. AND Nr.wakadea of ready mixed palnta for aeaeon will ho marked down at very low Mr. Aeher Oaraley, who died of tho same I am no it in dally receipt oi a full ataortiuent cf deaira-bl- e piicw. Ther are just na good and iprlnj: trade at McKoborla A StaggV. diaeaae, but a little over fourteen months. aa freah Rood, but we wont to make Two WATOlira and Jewelry repaired on ahort Fall nnd Winter Millinery, yeara ago a handioner and stouter, notice and warranted bf Tate A Penny. room. J. W. Hayden. healthier or happier bjy could have hardly To srhlch I Inrlte tout attention, confident tbnt I .I l. . A complete atock of jewelry, latent can iiltuM both in tyle and price. lteirvctlully, The p.ipera In the Kentucky towno iti been found than he who has been cut down atylo. ltcokford watchws a rtiecially. Tate Jim. 21. V. T Ml I, Kit, Ky. 291-McKlnuey. & Penny. which "Peck's Had Hoy" has appeared are In thumornioK of life and now lie nold in death, a mere ahatlow of hi former eclf. unanlmoua in aaylng that St it one of the PERSONAL. ItErORT OF THE CONDITION funniest aa well a the moat interesting per- The terrlblo motnter coming even at au adMips Annik Owrlky, of Woodford, ! or formances ever aecn. At the Stanford Op-c- vanced alage of life, etrike awe and grief to tiiltlnic Mr. H. C. HrlRht. the friend of the victim, but when he lays llou;e next Tuesday bight, 1 lib. WE HANDLE EXTENSIVBLY- Mil. Dudlky Pohtwooi) and family re- National Bank e his ley hand on tho young and promising, The Farmers in A (toon rain fell Wednesday night and hi presence U the more appalling and hi turncd to Texan ywtcrday. Miw.T. W. Mii.Lr.li and Mr. J. S. with it catne the long piaycd for change in work the more deplorable. Hardly 23 yeara Htnto of Kentucky, at tho Cloao of Owaley returned from LouliTllle ytalerday. the atmosphere, which for two wetk had of age, plentifully eupplied with the mean In tho Buaineaa, Sent. 30, 1884. been torrid, causing tbo mercury to call up to which uitn look for huppinuw, and the -- Miw L. U. JIupm.no, with Minn KHxa Koul, returned to Somercet in tl.t 00'i f' r vernal daya. We hope it ia the comfort nnd pride of u widowed moth itEdo ur.cns. aife n w to ac'inne tiat we will have no er, who heart ia now hjwed down by thi ycitcrday. SJPI.CCO 74 Ians and ditcount mors hot day aod niithta this ceaeon. 3 CM 81 iucreiaed weight of woe, hi deAth i one of Orrrdrtfts MihUiiacc Waiiner, of Indlanapo. circulation, 100,000 CO U. 8 II mhIs II?, a pretty Utile blonde, ia vlnltinjr Mite A Stauo call the attention the aaddeit that we bave ever recorded. Other stools, bonds and mortgage MclhiiEHTa 25,000 00 Ua ways are myaterlou and blcfaed ia Ira Smiley. I)u fron approve i reserve agents of hunter and othera to their large atock But 22,143 17 M. fii'KKD Peyton haa jut returned 21 20? 37 CAKBfilAQ-lSS- , jujt received of breech wid muzzle loidlng the christian whoc.n believe He doeth nil Due from other National DaoV 0,505 CO from HIch Hill, Mo, taVcn of ahot gun, riflea, game buga, ahot pouches, thing well. Thut conwlatlou and the fur- Ileal cta(e, furniture and fixtures. CW 99 the Mobtrly firm noar town, where he will powder tUoki, Kwder, ahotand Instrument ther fact that the deceased w.t fully pre-p- i Current expenses nml taxe paid rpnalnms alil r,830 "i make hia home. He la a good cltUen and for loading and reloading breech-loadin- g red and auxiout and willing to go arc mils or other Bank 2,870 00 we are glad to hare him among ui. left to hi weping mother and friend and Fractional piper currency, ulikfels and gan. Price lower than ever before. " 5 83 Capt. Wm C'AiirBEi.L, of thi county, ....- lenoles may Gad aauotify it to their heart?. The 3,000 CO ...- TllK will of Mr. Mary J. Keid waa ad- funeral diacourte will be preached by Kev. Specie havirK fid his farm near Kingston, to Legal tender notos.. 6,500 00 Mr. G.J. White, of thia city, haa ruovd to mitted to probate thi leek. It beineatba II. C Morrmon at 1(:30 thi morning, after Heriefoptloti fural wltli V. S. Treasurer of the old homotead to Foreatu; which hU remain will be laid beside hi Woodford county and rented the farm cf lOOicrea 4,800 00 (5 jxr ccfitof eirctslattoo) StanMra. Moore near Veraaille father' in Buffalo Cemetery. Cnpt. Camp Held to;cthcr with her intereat in the Total- 1497,400 64 bell will be adly mbwil in tho Kingatou ford and Milled gcrille and Huatonyille and 1,1 ABILITIES. RELIGIOUS. ..20J,0OO 00 Capital stuck paid In neighborhood, at he wai one of the moat Liberty turnpike and to Mia. W. Letch-ALSO THE- Surplus I'und - CI,CO 32 er all her National Ihnk atock, Lancaster ubstantial citliem of our county. Rev. J. M. Bruce will preach here next UndlTlded profit Her - 2,137 29 and Illchmond and D.mville and Huaton- Saturday nnd Sunday. aid. 90,000 00 National Ilank Nutes outstanding.. 11C,3V7 23 Wr. reuret to learn that Mr. J. I. Mo yille turnpike ntock. J The meeting at Fairview, conducted by IodlTldual deposits subject toefaeck. M C,MC 31 National Jtanlcs Kinney, the polite and efficient agent of Hah Oovek.vom Knott PAiiuoNrj) Joe Kid, (i L, Hurler end Jos. BOluti, has Dhb to other Dank 20,419 39 Due to and Banker K. (J. railroad at Ihia place haa resignthe Hun i ie?? Thia indiyidtial who haa been clused with 27 addition, 8497,400 S4 ed hi po'ition. Mr. Kinney will Mill re- poolemed to the penitentiary three timea 'Squire E B. Caldwell Bay he can beat Total KKSTfCKY, ) main in our city, haying made arrange- once for murder and twice for horse deal- the McKinccy Baptist Sunday School. The STATU OF uf Lioculn. County J1" ment to enter Into another and more conI, Jim. It. Owslcj--, Casliltr uf tlie adore named ing, haa hen back here leyeral daya, mak Double Spring School, of which he is sugenial btialne. He will turn oyer the af- ing himaelf odiou a uual by threatening perintendent, ha an average attendance of lJink, dotosolemnly wr that the alwto statement -of my ktiovledin and Iiellef. true the IN THE CITY.- JNO. II. OWSLEY, Cushler. fair of hi office aa aoon aa hid aucceeaor la to kill town marshal Newland. That offischolars. appointed. Kicbmond Herald. U! The Sabbath school at the Presbyterian me till 6th day nnd sworn to cer arreated him for disorderly conduct laat w. ji. uitioitT, n. r. - a A Lo.nh LI.TTEII from Mr. Jtobert Uoyd, erening and on taking him to jiil a piatol church at McKinney, will be reorganiied oi oct , is8i. Correct attest: late train dispatcher on the Knoxville wta fonnd on hi peraon. I'nleaa Gov. on next Sabbath at 10 o'clock. All per J. M. IU1L, llranch, but now holding the aame poltlon Knott haa pardoned Hughe, which we can sons interested in the auccesa of the SabDirectors. (,. W. Jamks, J. I. OW9LET, on the New York, Vet Shorn and Uuflalo not helieye of him, he (Hughe) tbould bath school are earnestly requested to railroad, with headquarter at Syracuse, now be in the penitentiary with three year J. E Triplett. REPORT OF THE CONDITION ha been received. He ia now operation yet to aerye, aa it haa been but two yeara Rev. L Maaonhelmer, tho hoy evanor th: a double track railroad and the berth ia !nre he pleaded guilty to horse ateallng in gelist, continue to draw largely at the M. far from being aa easy aa the one he had two caaea and waa given two year in one and E. Church South nightly. The interest NATIONAL BANK here. He became eery much attached to three in the other. We havo heard of no and attendance is increasing upon each serour people and drnlres ua to thank thpe pardon in the ciae and it may be that the vice, and a number are seeking the Lcrd OF WT.VsITOIlT. who were ho kind to him during hit wlfe'a Ut tentence w.i overlooked. while he may be fonnd. Up to Sunday At Stanford, in tho State of Kontucky, illnc. conversion. nicht there had been fifty-ninat Close of Business. Sept. 30, 1884. Cot'KT ok Claims There were were Catlellsburg Democrat. three bidder for the poorhcuae, Mra. Sue LOCAL MATTERS. RHSOUltCES. The treasurer of the Woman'a Missionbut f3IS,0i0 33 and Plswunts Hri.r.Mti new candiea at T. 11. Walton'eJ Holmea, K. Carixin and W. A. Carson, ary Society of the Baplixt church has 'bten Orenlrans MGt 05 Holme naa reelected keeper by a Mr. 200,000 00 absent several meetings, though no fears U.S. Itonas to tur circulation FuiMit Kwii alway on hand. J. T. Har majority of one over both of her ungallaot 200 00 are entertained tha'. the funds are not in V. B. Ponds on hscd ami ris. CO.0O0 00 iuortKCM opponent, though their bid wero lower jjeally good hand. She is, however, solicited OthrtoV. Ntifl. rewte agonts 2,754 59 Pue frni approTed than her, which wai ;" tor keepinc adult A p u.lot of Zelgler Broa'. Show just re....:.. 4,173 10 to be present at the meeting of the Societ; P.ie frrnnothw National Itanks pauper 1? montha and $10 for children. 583 70 ceived at .S. 11. Bhanka'. at that chuich next Sunday afternoon at P.i frun Mate Banks and Unlcrrs... OF8,900 00 ltial - .if, Ui'i'ti-- . anJBxture Dr. K. T. Stephenson, although complain-in3 o'clock. Some of tho brethren and sla- Current exreosea and taxes paid- 1,C90 10 Fou Kent. A dcalrable rcjldooce. Apby it, bid again that ho had loet money 2,9,s 43 by saying that rrcmluroipaU ter account for her ply to John. II. Craig. for the practice on the inmates of the poor J,21t 70 .. she hai beeu attending Baptist re- Chei U and otlitr cash ,Items raise - 4, It 60 M. Doores, whoae bid ExchangM far clcxrlDj-houwS. H. M YKiia A Co. bave moved their hou, but Dr. W. a distance, for which phe has a BUU cf other Wnks vivals at . 1,20 00 oyeter aloon four doora up Lmcaattrrtreet waa $110 got it by a vote of 11 to 2. Pr. commendable fordne. Fractional iwner currencj. nULals and -- ATwas complimented by an order Stephenson US 50 ...... ciinle from old location. . - 965 70 recognition hi f.tithfulne while attending LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Sjclo Cox I., lumber and post aa cheap aa the ......... 11,800 00 Legal (coder notes- the pauper. D. B. EJiuiston waa reelectB, G. Grorcr bought a lot of fat boca Itetleinption fund wl'.n U. S. Treasurer ohcapett for uaah or exchange for butcher ed County Treaeuier without opposition. 9,000 00 (5 per cent, of eliculatlon) from A. M. l'enco at 4 (tuff. Call on William A Kameey. Dr. G. W. Bronaunh wai reelected nil Bring me rour country aide nnd ham !C:0,S16 90 Total Foil Sam:. Twenty aharea of atock in phyaician over Dr. Hugh Raid by a vote and Ret very hishect price. T. It. Walton." LIABI 1.ITIES. S250.000 CO the First Natioual Bank of Hlanford. of 10 to 3 Judge llrown waa allowed jay George D. Wearen bought of B. C. Capital Stock paid In -- AA'D5,000 00 Call on or addre M. Peyton, Stanford, for hi service aa Judge at the rate of S7o0 Bywater 1,000 buabel of wheat at 70 cent. Surplus Fund 4.S24 27 profits V'ndlrldwl per year, which was ordered to be paid to Ky. - 179.W10 00 The Georgetown 2Tvii haa a mnlecolt National Hank Notwoutstandlog hla administrator, J. W. Alcorn. D. K. 178,731 CO IIkxiiy Y, which i five weeks old, wif;hs 47 pound Iiidltldual I)poltJ subject to check tho negro who wai un1 25 Cashier's checks outstanding Carpenter was albwed $t5 to date and and la 30 Inches tnll. der arrest for attempting to wreck a Ken2,759 78 ... Due to other National UanVs SOU ,0 and Judgs Varnou Jude Varnon to Mr. Lon Fowler, of Scott, tucky Central Pawenger train, proved nn fOJO.Sie 90 Taml K. II. Itronaugh were appointed a commit DmniaB Cincinnati, 71 fat hog for which he paid STATi: Or KENTUCKY, ) undoubied alabl acd waa diacharged. tee to hitvt a porch built to one of the poor tViunty of Lincoln, J" 5 cent per pound IIkkuVs Comedy Company, with Phil S. houses. An order wa made to have the I, Jno. J. MelUiUrf, Cashier of atove named 11 G. Cover aold to Jaa. Tribble nnd solemnly snear lint tha aUrre lnlc do Grelner ai leading comedian, and he iaaald sewerage of the jail examined and tho necto the Amo Willi, ot MadiiKM, 100 nice moun- statemont trueJSO. 1kI of Mr Innwlodgo and McltOllEUTS, Ovshlcr. belief. to be inimitable, will render that laughable essary repair made. A testimonial to the at $2 75 per he.l. tain SutiacTltil and sTnrn to Iwtore me this 8th dsy play,"lck'it Bd Boy," at our Opera House memory of Judge E. W. Brown wn pre-rtBath county, aold to ot 0 . lat. W. M. UKKillT.N. V. h. C J. A. J. Lee, of We have received the Largest stock of Fall aud WinAdmiaainr, aa and ordered to n printed in thi Reuben Kagland, of Pit'.abim', V , twenty -COKKKCI ATTMT next 'J'neaday night, V. VaNDEVKEK, ) Usual, teciire your renU lu nliernpon from paper. It appear elsewhere '?ju!re Port-ma- n threa two Tenrol.l nitilccnt, $100 per head. Goods has ever been shown in this Directors. S. Jt"Kan, John S. Carpenter, of Fleming county, ) w. I'.-- nr, presented an order, which waa adopt-en- , McKoberia iV ftuwk'. n calf of black leg, a disease which cured reel tine the unreasonable amount that hna hern almost uuiveri!'y fatal nmonR The Superintendent of Common School', It REF0ST OF THE CONDITION neceesary to pay for tho care of cattle, by hleeJiug i: in the neck, jaet m. has been Kev. J. A. Bogle, advtrtiee that a Teachpauper outside of the poorhoiiao lhiyeir hrre aro bled. OK THE- er' Inatiluto will hi held at Stanford 0:t. Kjpirt of cale? of 30 mule colt.i at and diraoting tho County Jude to aeo that "3 to 31, at which all pananna holding cer$t)2 nnd vSO at nn itverace of SS5; 30 2 year-olCaesimerci, Drees Silks, Domes tiw, Biiuh expenae ia curtailed and for hi Ruid-mic- e 1,151 lb cullle at Orfnta and a lot of National Sank of Hustonville. tificate, whether engaged in leaching or Shawls, Cash mores, it is ordeml that no pauper he supFlannels, avfraKiiif 1,312 lbo , are made not, are required by law to "be prceent ported unles in In the Wlncbceltr Dcmocol In the atato of Kentucky, at tlio oloso of Jeans, outlde of the ioor-hniij- , Cloaks, Ottomans, during the whole aeaaion, under penalty of buaiaoa Sept. iiO, 1SS1. Ctttle are higher In Cincinnati with of spcial omorgency for it oritia1 c Dolumui, Henrietta Cloth, Linsoys, forfeiture of certificate. demand. JIoa continuo to cbeaptr ro to do. A cipital order which coralderable Ciroulttrs, Batiste, BKSOUltCES. Tickings, Co lower, whila ahcrp and lambe remala Vi'iiicit ihKkiht? Hon. Ales.Luak and ought to ba c.trritd ou to tho letter. It ia alnut atcHdv Thetiuotaticnaarc: 671,861 (O Ir.ns and discounts Figurotl SatisM, 2sTewmarKet Prints, e unlecd it ia for 2,0U 58 CATTLI. here thia iioUm to hnvc n Judge Lytic had a big dlscu-uioOverdraft Wool Suitings, 30,060 00 f3.C4Qt.00 U. s. Bonds to Kiure ClroulaUon Ginghams, U8drwur, exponae of the couu-ty- . Common to mfdtum wotk a to how Keutuoky oattl her elec.u nil the paupen en the 2,082 01 I.25.W Duo from approvi rvfaerva affaiits.. Blankets, A subscription of $h00 to the milo waa Uooil li extra butcher Jerseys, Chiklron'a Cloaks, ral vote in 185(5, the former contondii e I.OOgstJM ?,?el ' Com moil tarboteaalsrprs put from other Xt! n.il Bank 69 Beige, Boil Ccnforls, autl BrcokinridRo got it ai.d made to tho Stanford, Dix River, Garrard Stokr ami Itadara Zphyn, that Buulmnan MM 3,TJ.0O Ko! Utate, Furniture and fixture s" ' lion. Current eren' nl ,t:c, P tho latter tbnt Filmore and D:naldaon. county A White Oik turnpike nnd j of the Dre3 Trimmings, Yatwt, Tablo Lintttf', 00 J. Alien' hitlory boara our Judge Lytla'a po- coet of a bridga over Dix River, which is Selected l.utchers and haaiy iblppera...?.0OC.S Vnoatumi paid 23 00 Balmorals, Silk VlTjts, Basket Fliitinols, JJlOftS.lO Clicek and otliar o!i Itetui Lw. Fair to goal H7 00 sition, but on pngo SOI! of Collina' hiatory not to exceed $3,000 and to be paid out of Tairtogowl light J.HsJS.M Bill of other Bank. VftlrctMQf, Opora Flannels, Curtfttn Lace, 'HG. Tho road is to 2." of Kentucky, that hiatoriiu suya that Buch- the levies of ISSo tied 8,aHt.i6 Specie Coiumcn 2,000 00 rittid FJannel, ITtudkorchieft, note Collars, 18 feet wide, graded to nn elevation of SHP. anan Kot the vote by a largo majority anl be S2.S01.M Redeiapilon fand with U. S. Treswuror 1 degreos with metal lit foet and to bo Common ta &lr Bibboua, Ilntnbtirgs, Veilintrs. 0 he ia no doubt right. 9 l5 jtr fnt. tf circulation) S.'2l.K by such time aa the court may name. (Jowl to extra Baawlud Ttoo, Rtiohing, Laced, ' SMjSM to cholse S1C9.930 08 turnpike Im Toul A VIHK, tho light from which waa plain Tue Rt'infotd & Preschersville i Fringtw, Cn.pr, Napkins, havlnir been reported completed, the balLIABILITIES. ly vliblo here, broko out in the plaining .NEAT ADTUETISKMKKTS. W.000 00 of $1,000 whs ordered to bo paid out of ance Capital Stock paid in Coreti, Tnwols, millJ of C Stnfrord, at Ittchmond .0 M the levy of 1SS1. The amount of claim Surplu fund rVHLSIvca, Hooptkirts, Goswttncro?. wlilch wa noon conBUined allowed run over $6,000, which i $1,000 I.1"" 8' nifflit, Undls IJ1 prullt- SKAK51S" I National IMnk aatr autttr.tKllng ...... 18,000 iX All kinds of Notions. a lnro lot of lumber, together with more than in 1SS3. when it was 57,280 20. BM8IBS with SQ.9S0 81 IudlTlihilPposltutdet te erieek W.N. Pott3' flouring mill, tho gaa work?, 2" Having ff rnrrd rooma at Mr. B. O. Alford's, I Due to other National Haolw g MARRIAGES. Isolri to works nd ttight dwellioRo, Francla' marblo i'n urenareil tus rv.'th . ToUl D. -- It U rumoicd that Mr. ,;' It .i j arteS: Boys', ranRinc In nlu- - fnm ?IM ti $2,000. Man's,' Cbiumiw'. rATB OF KKSJTITCKY, I Stallbnl'a lo i etilo at $35,f00 with but will lead to tho altar feme tlrue next week, ' a?p, ir i, rrrpiMtuih. I of Uucyln, County tuuforJ, Xr. Sallie Cahbell, late of Liberty. fi,000 Inauriiuce. Potta' rulll wiw valuetl Ml nciu I, J. tV. Hccki, Caahler of tho alovo iiainoil t $10,000, AY. T TriwMe, who ha not attained hla tUvat r at $10,000 and From tho fo!lowiti Celtbrattd Mnnufaotitnn: (ink, do noletouljr ssriar that tha abeva ttatcmeiit I true to th beat of bit knowlaUge and belief which contained ovor $15,000 worth of hi msprity by two year, wa roarrlotl on W. HOCKElt, Cruhler. Alter, Forward & Co., II. L. Sttronj it dt Lilly, Brackett & Co., J. wheat and flour of hla own nnd eeveral, tbe 8th to Mi Delrlnn, daup.kUr of Mra. of U rooiii. eelUra, Ac, Clh day Reed & Weaver, Oiias. Iloiser. A eeutbrtalile letidente tudMrlbod and iwern to letoe we thi ' with thouaand bushel of wheat belonging to Salllo Jlurphy. O. I. l'EACOCK, N. 1'. tIinu Rraaa larai. wuinu iuo io:- - of Oct., 1861. Ky. was but $10,000. Mr. Joeeph G. Tole?, foreman of theiporatetftiTueffUaj tttr of fctacford, Water Urgo farmera. Hialneurance from (sreWl t( tiriM, elwnla. jlum, Ac. Corrtct Attest: , Gents' Furnishing Goodp, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Carpets,. Oil Clot'b, Wall The total losa by the Oro la S125.000, In- Lehanon Standard and Wwa office Rdwabd Aixonx, ... .owu.u.v. Director. T, .1. ItOtlNkOX, ' will now agi- Misa Mattie E. Young wero mnrritd IrbI uaairauia noaini m oiwui"1!. surance S18.000. Kichmond Samples by mail when desired. Paper. U.T.UAItlUNf J. I". Eirru, K.2rr of afire engine Wednesday afternoon. tate tho question nal Iaikik lot of & freh oyttera for (ale cheap, 8. 8. Myera Co. $200 Reward nt rook-botto- ono-ha- lf 1 C -- Ml JOBBERS DF lf FIJI ID ME1L at irr Kit-liea- ton-cur- e MB And Farming Implements of aE kinds, of the very best makes. was? and, Queens-war- e tt Siil-cH- e i- We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, Patronage. And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your FIRST BRIGHT & OTREAN. e In FArMtL PlrfiMIMfe -- o -- IN":E"W" GOOD! Dr-SN- I iw stasafedjj iXsr. 1 el just ffe .1 ter that market. -- BY GOOD. poor-hous- 1 ff '. Legal-tend- er . ecru-plot- Wod-nasd- - 1 IXau v,r rv FOR RKNT BOOTS .AJNTiO tSilELOmim - x A TI10 NEW SWINDLE. AFTER-DINNE- R SPEAKERS. P-T3EIV- Stanford, Ky., . . A October 10, 1884 tl..mu , MM ..- t I Jl. New Trick fiayfa oy ine - ....r-cunio- tmntim door Ihe pic that ho had lost hla. "There' your money on the tleik," an ehoul-dc- r awered tho youth, painting oTcr hU hurrying toward tho door. and still But ho was intercepted by o waiter nnd forced to take a neat until another young for- man had finished hti repiU and came on, young man!" nhouted tho of a down lown restaurant tho other the m a well dreaied person started for dsy check from a waiter on after ettlnj: a "Hold pro-priet- "Pre lost my cosok," aaid tho second young man. "0, you have?" answered the grim cashier. "Funny that both you fellowa lost your checks. The dinner will coat Just $2." T(, nnni man went down miu ui solemnly, fished up $1 50, boriow-is- d pockets a half from the first young man, paid the bill and together they departed. "Pretty niut dode they have got," remarked the proprietor. "They took mo in It's once, bat they will Imdly do it again. and eaablea them to get a superb swindle 52 dinners for 40 cents." "Impossible!" "Nothing impossible about it, and the tho clever part of it is that they steer clear of tho law. You eee these chaps come in a little apart, as if strangers, and sit at the same table. One orders a 31.50 or $2 00 dinner, and the other a cup of cofke and a roll for 10 conts. By and by the young man passes his 10 cent check to the other and CDOiea up alouo to the counter. When he geU hero he saya like the first one who tried, to get out: "The waiter forgot to give ma a check." "Bat the waiter knows better," ventured, the reporter. "That's where you are mistaken. A waiter frequently ncgle:U to give a check Sometimes he forgets it; p:rapi he ; thinks the customer will order more; or most like- If he holds it In the hope of getting a tip. Sa he dow notjdoubt the truth of the aborTho fellow tion and siys, Ten cen's' puts up his dime and walks out. Pretty soon the other fellow finished hia good acinars meal, drinks tho last of hia claret, Haunters up when several other customers aw paying, lays down tha 10 cent check hia putner passed him. cavers it piecj and walks out pickwith a ing his teoth. O.' course the cashier don't know what he has had and the 'racket' may bi worked for an indefinite period, andean only be found out through an I happened to be looking when the check was passed." "But that is only one $2 .meal. Whtn does the other come in?" "Why they meet outside, go to another iw'.aurant and play the eame gsnu; only the $2 man becomes the 10 cent man this time. E:onomical and sumptuous isn't it? Those chaps only lack luck and influence New York to get to bo bank cashier." Commercial Advertiser. coffee-and-roll 10-ce- much frishtenoil, and oilers to buy o:r bo:!i hunsjlt and hi frisad. Aftvr a little talk tin M.irshal agreos to let thorn go if tiny pay him flfty dollars. Tim Ntioror' gottf through his own pocket. Ho had but Qvo dollars beuldos tho tuvuty doilms nlr Mdy s jowiu 'Won', his frioud loud hlni twonty-ilv- a dollars for ton miu-tn? Just 11s soon a.u ho can go to bUof-tlo- i ho will repay him.' Ho magnanimously vrojoo to pay thobribo for both, aho got his new friend Into th? scrape Th gull Is on'y too clad to ;rot it, aid h at onco parw wjth 5 or rw inuoh i..s ho has. Together the '.stooror' and coa itryman , an. 1 tlm Ntoerer' propo-0- 4 going at oncj to his ofllcs 5 git th tivoney. TTw victim Is ln In tho crowd, or 1.0 Is tol I to wait down-stair- s wall tho 'stoervr' run up to hi uthVo and goUs tho money from his partner. 'It wouldn't do for you to bo aeon In t!i pflLu yu kaow sys tlw ca.j in viotim u ovor siviiini.'r. in se.s eyes on his newly. uutdo ixqualnt&uco and ho nevor says anything; having Ixmi so crsdulous as to supp.o t was uiulr r.r.ed:,Uj fours to ok.i hii mouth, dread-in- ? that he will ligalu Im nrrbtvl, for nkbou;li hu now 1zm i 'stMvr' fc) at a sniitdlor, 1m Im1Iovh Uw lZiu-thbe a Koniilno ur:ci a'ld kiu no doubt tho: ;ju mau who swioJlud him trwd vlo v utile tho M.iUaL IIu snvs tolilm.eii: 'Of coui'i that lUiirwL.-- kurOiiJ tht ISo U am 111 with tb. swiutUov. IKH.L0 Ills on and tUiuk hliuulf Uichy to La . I; is oiio uf tLa 111 t IngaukMis SAindloi yetpru-i- : ou uuwary country-uieu.- " vo-u n.rn.ed aa.l charged with an attempt at slndliug. Tlio pretends to 1m 'st-ro- vli' inn. Tho new 0110 is v.ry plaUiiLle. You si'o th .jull' rl-c- s up unsusinx-tinsly- , but as soon as he is rnsldo of th bogus Marshal's otllco both he and his friend wr r' payiniut." "I.N n now swindle, M mid tho do ective to tho Commercial Ackrrtiser reprwento-tlve- . "Tbo old bunco gwini is getting to he so well kuowii thtt it i hard to tlud Latent Device or Metropolitan Sharper to Client Unsopliletlcutcd Country, men. IN. T. Commercial Advortlser.l man, with piercing A tall, black eyes, bristling black mustache, ntxl a sinister expression, stood In front of an otllco 011 Nassau stroot, opposite tho Adverttser's counting-room- . ho vn notiood to stop pnssurs-h- y ami spnli onnioitly to them, as if to psrnado thorn to do something. Tho iHTJona ho singled out look as If they lived out of tho city. He stopped throe or four, talked with them nml tn load thont into n hrdl-wnTho men accosted listened for a moment, then botrayol nnxlity to got aw ay, and Dually niruio n. break. At loncth ha spoko to an elderly-lookincountryman und Apparently induced him to go with him, for they turned together and walked up Nassau stroot. As thoy did so tho dark man noticed a dotoctivc wa'chlng him and Instantly wheeled and dliappearod Into a door-wa" What did your friend wntit?" nskod the detecttvo of tb countryman, who was looking about In a dnzod in.vitp'r, as If ho Imagined his lato companion had disappeared into tho ground. "Where Is ho?'1 Impair 'd tho countryman. "Skipped," was tho laconic answer, "wlmtdU ho toll you V "Ho asked mo to go with him and wit-n- e t'jat ho teiiiorwl a Marshx! twenty dollars for sou wtMii? or o'.ker. Ho had a piooo In his hand, and told me that th witutod to cheat him l:i oui) way and would not accept vroll-dresBCom-ixerct6ccn-tonally g y. twouty-dollargold t Ii-- rc; m r Shihk Nolabto Im Chnrfrotcrlfttlm !":: promptu Trilkern, Cootl nml Itnit. ecureJ, an.l Wv sn runiiln; our mill fur Cirillng una Bptmlng amt TraW-JUrOiTfti, Howard Paul In tho Hot! Mail. nl tlolim gxJ work. Wool etc b wilt br oxproat all other imtviit csunas In the I'llent (UUco intl Lord Coloridge, aMho Irv.n' tlio Courts prompilr anJ iirefu ly aMrudrJ to us nml rriurasMnsuir wr, pack grease ifcurn-l- y a lu bundles. CardluK wklle rolli, S ell , black Si. James' Hall, before our pjpu r trago. t'pon receipt ol uioJel or ikHchoi lureutlou, I and mlxivl, 10 eta., per pound when errand la 2 ctnli Ided whan wo furulili It. Bond oa dlan Trent to Amsrlw. lutlnntfd that an mtkorarcnil exitulnatlou, BDJalTlst at to jour wool and gre us a trial. r fre of ehtrge. LtiOUISVILLE spaooh "oomlstod of platiand I make no r7uire t. ir. tfATSOX ,b SOX, I'ecH moilvrttte, tudes nml anecdotes;" mil I reinombor 270-l.MltchdUDiirrf, K7 Ih Mccureth lnwrjuitlun, iiiicmn iecUl THK QRCAT hearmj Mr. James It. Lowell, pout, ailtlce andlmtentralereacM imt oa ipllctloa. itiv-riu.rhumorist and Ameriouii Minister at tlio it.Wmhtimton, H.t. NrrU.S. rtmtOfflCf. Court of St. Jame , say, that If suddenly lalloil upon nftor diinwr to spoulj, Ids v mind was moro or lois a blank, but on tho H.iTlng determined to change r builnesi, I ofler lor eala (prlrately) mr xw Mill, uliuatrd on way homo from tho feast ho thought of llruih Creek, In Caier county, Kr. The Kngtne erer so many good thins In would Ilk to liitationarjr lljllnr 4i)sll, Knxllio lOx.'O: Coun. have Mild. Tula implied a lack of ready Thli naliM fornvjrni huiilen. Bhermn and- tfrHhaltillt. rlIUK Aaw and (irlt Mill at- our lauji without trauipsootto wit, but I fancy Mr. Jnmoi It. Lonvll did inluleii, si all troipiMon atu lUUle to im procwcuied ucubvI. lue prJfcrij-1and iucIi sets ' Iii doot! llmuilnjf, Order. himself an injuitlco by this confession, as to the futl extentof Hie l fcUnlord, Ky March 17th, 1651. ISIiyitO. hi Bjeohe usually hnvji n:t iinpro-nptI). McKlttrick, UuA W.M.WcCttriBAck, Timber pleuty and acaetilble. I would be willing air and abound In point and Interest, H.T.Buih, A. W. Carpenter, to exchange lor Rood farm ilock,iuch as Mule, u. iiiaiiop, 1'. Iteld, Charles Diokou was nu admlr.iblo r Horaoi, Cattle, Ac. It. Cobb, Utt Hubble, wtsbtn j to rngat l'erni flui a good owning la tho lumber btiil-nespeaker, but I have no doub; he , V. D. Kidly, will br applrlng tn llltn WI?houtchan2e and nith SpeedUnrlvalei know to'r.vbly well biforohatid what ho ll.li.AJ. K.UOTtr, W.O. McCormack, i.oo.tx, M. II. LtU, J10-- tf was t j talk ubiut, and since t'ia lnmontod (i, I.. Carter lluatonfllle, Ky. SHORTEST T. J. 11 III. J. W. Weatlierlord, AND VufcXCST B0UTE deet'a of "B01" I ttiucy Ujori Aiitnis C, Vanoy, Wiu. llurtou, moll LOLUMLLt TO Till tU4 .Snln Uurs uway tho palm. J.H. Murpbjr, Wher J. A. Harris. J. M. Hill, this notublo jourua 1st rissts, (Milse P. W. Carter, J. II. MeAlliter, rd. Carter, hh chin In tho nlr, rolls his dark T.J. Foater. J. I. Jonw, J, Q. a'oiitgomrry White, upnarl mil snls out his T. M. Marcuui, ey? THE DHUUGINT. DK. tO (I. A.lVnedlct. U.K. cle--ir tno'.nllle c'.i.'st no'oi 0:10 fe;ls an as- - M.T. Iliissoll, cmplila, W. E. Auiou A. V. Norland, It. J. IMrit. i?to that a clov.r spojeh Is furtive J.cliiunirill., J;ol.iie. aud N.ir Orlu. annaL, A.O. NcwUa.l. tl.liTjl with a llim. oiunad folic-l-r S. W. GIrcut. lyrl Is Preparing for n Lively Summer of tixprjsiiij. I o hoar In noble CEHT ROUTE TO FLORIDA Trade. iscel-l".f.'eijao.itly I" I'aUct 'ar. Wudout t liaCRt pi.-!to- i lu tliMi.v . biui, div:ar, litallne o(g m1i, laeTerjr tarlety uiualiy found U!t-tc- ? w lid part '.? tia'.f of ht worldfa a In a Houe uf the kind, li t . a. J..,..,. , ,H, i p.tl, Ltr large and complete. ,lCH, thinr,. ly p.W4ok.ons if lu co-i- l I nill olf a wih thj faoill'yof O. A. S. Hits may ' .1 T l ,1. J W I Judicious Alterations in the Internal Aronlhr FMIPPMJT h.iTo bo n a lac 1:1 do pa lor, but It .' v. re iiv. . . :.) lU ...... rangements Secure Room Oomfort tt'ily Inipllsl 3 !arv maiur-o- f a Imlra E. H. BURNSIUE, and Botter Display, .fi.it , 1, 1. 1,1 1. h h,. 1.1... mill.. I ti-- ! . for tin or.i'o-lci- ! t w,il nhillt7 of oni prhw-o' Particular attention la called to journallits. T my mind, th I Woll - Known A Largo nnd Elegant moj"1 moii Jorful spoalrar In the world it This Old Addition to tho Henry Ward Umieuur, tho cobratod Still Maintains itB Stock of Jewelry, Hr'ok'yn divine. Ho cm speak at aiy High tlr.f, at any place a 1 on nay mbjxt. aSaaaB And article. 0 tmIu. AND Ills pypjtechnlc brain, lncsisiitly whiX' RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E tiiif hud whirling, s'joi s out tiioasandi Proprietor is Determined that of brijut thouh's, which ho ixalily Iti Shall be Second nAiAffW1 I'Tptlon of on of th to no Conntry it In mas: musical and cxpruiv Hotel in the Stato in iti Fare, la:iiaj?. Tio worst StnVei- - I bvji Willie I ManU Ith, 1JJ. Appointment!, or Attenlo1alnaellnvrloppyr. JrucslicYifUI t, heard Is "Dyiu;" lij.toioault, who, tion to Comfort of . AddMuDn.WARD&CO., Uul.lina, Mo. l)iouh a capablo Irish nnd tbeir Qncsti. I 'Vjli dari"r of French pliys, auJ stammsrj, hesltitoj nul trips IlatKace nlllbe toarejed to aal from t he d TUB wbe:i h "risos to resiuud." .111 1 iu- - free of charge. Special accomruo'latl on Only Democratic Paper in New to Coinmt rrlalTraralera. The liar will euaios his seat wllhcut h.iTln alwara aupplUJ nlth the eholetat th slijhtost oiToot. es'LTt that of dlsnp York! braaJsorl.lqTiori aefi C'tcara. & Oa tha whofe I thi:i' tin potntui?nt. Amvricuiis are more tolling aito liiint Every Democrat Should Road It. spakrs than the liaglisli. Thr is U.iuml College. Dally, ; H.1C, Utelij--. ok se.jMVtklj. l)ou;hr.'y, tho eruinoiit nivoc.i;i o.' THK OXr.rUSR KUNNISii poll a r per year. . Buint Cox, U.aks-- Huli, Bon STAXZ'OKD, KY. 11 M. D pe--- , an 1 Chiun-e- y whose CAN Cars! nro well known ' 1 Uili si le "f ' si With a Full Corps of Teacher3, Braoxicansr voauan, girl 01 lij l, will t oil thrir ocs.ih and who, who I til AND 8OUI) TKAI.N8 Huh lor Ur. usually corru.ca.i t tlio i'di:UuUon will open ol thsir hnarars. I have bjjii told hat at Thli InttltutUn Monday laIta PiriecBth f?rwlon on the lit THE HXIiKLY EDITION LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO heptewter next. the S'i 'filfN dlinsr at t.i it CVihiiimI Tb grrat Karu an.1 Howe Newipur, pewptele Court, in th CI y of Iiidii, j ru.e hat ALL THE BRANCHES UV A la ail lit drpartuivuli. Iojii Inlrjduco.l by which the ukor thuiki slttiui and In as few vrord THOROUGH EKGLI3HC0UB3E AOENTS PAID IN CASII. In tlmlo laka hrTula train of lai ilowin as !isibi). Wby coul.l not tali bat it ob-- t Tor IW aubrlberi at !l mh t paid- for will ad In other countries ind on o:h;r Are Uuitht, aa wall aj (JrccuciiHtlp, CraufonlHvUlp, 4J iulrrlUi. (1.. Im asW IU(, , l.arrctr 1: scorns tob'a law of La ;.a:i iia:ur. r n iilctllr, f r In fi.barrl- am! thlciiifo without clinnxc. n. 91, 'or 4 aub.crlbne, II. UuA geiitleinaiinh is a siisiU?,r.Uioiijl ilDQIC, TUB LANOUAQXII, DUAW. TIME TABI.I. akd l'AiKTir.'a. whn safely anc e 1 in his ebrU Wanted "PTA iiu.Ns." Aata rwUia In Krerr Town and Ylllu Or- laly. iHlly." 1 sli 11. 1oh his LortJ n id go wdd v w.i d and aauiplK lolc 1 ue. SwiJ lor thnu tli4vi w.i 111 lu giCt 7 41 his pins. I: it T3SR2SS m r) 14 a ra Arr. (lrefteutl.. . I HI a m 'i 01 p IB Iw siniply a quttiMi of jwsrurJ aa.l ail-tU'l" liwfcnUlll 1 OJ am X il p r In Tuition, price riu? from tit to (M In ta " Ufajrrlt tlw suggest 0:1 mig t l: us'ful. regular Pepartiri.ta IrlniT, Jil, IoUriaellat IIIlM 8 Ml " Chicago. . . 7 Man. ll'l'ia 10; rrepiratuir, HO. (Jd Colfrslate, tM. P(U FROM NOW TO XQVFMBF.K. A BATTLE-FIELBOUS'iT F03 COLD aavmveiyirKirvulK, lib uolr on ibana ol rare, to all rvlnl. In Witrantln, Sfl.,i.u Iw, for full paiUou:ar, M ta toarJ. Ax., addreaa Try III! Try It!!: ..t.miA, Ac tor furtliM luh.rwatiun. a Idrrai Hiw a FrotPli .AIIIImmiiiImi l f!rr4liir; n SillS. H. V. TnVKIIKAKT, Prlnrlpnl, .Mpiimrltit or IIU HniHier In Kr.itni'kj-- . t rrlalEpi fjr orderi 0 Lincoln Co.. Ur. p fiUcforJ. "HllUl M.LLI.U.(. I A.. K- Twhiit eeat. war IU- Lo'jl.rlll, I 'i or we opl N'nliit:io Ata.rl.an.'i tuoBa4drM. A vr-.- y iiuwvstiiiK t'v. 11: f iruiin.ib'r.i re bt-iqid, 11 nRer-dlnno- T. Wool Carding & Spinning ifftauii j??fein w - u j. ,, PGSTjSirn Saw MillFor Sale! 111 n Through Trunk Line 4Mmm.W r- u after-illnno- Uho-lM- man SOUTH & WEST FiUHjiicjinSsSw.'ii'. m-1.- HUSTONVILLE, KY., L'Ji!wv.r -j a mii t MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Hotel Reputation, ant-clat- iipnr " hm.-m.-- the I cr "! Propr f 1 . -- !' 1 ill 1 clo-.lw- s Presidont Clovoland d fiawr FREE! The World . .l Stanford Female Louisville, NewAlbany umcago railway. Palnco l'hila-iMpiiia- iIt n-- i MONEY BE MADE Fulliiimi g-- -- C-- :i re-tu--n - 1 o-- iua 1 IVIODSILATE. ONLY 15 OEJjWfTS . D Iry It! Il fr-e- Is Standard Time the Legal Tinu? A correspondent of the Bailicay Age rants an interesting point of law, which may be well to have authoratively settled before the coming elections. He saye: "The laws of the various States say explicitly that the polls shall be opened and clewed at certain specified hours, which I apprehend means the actual or meridian time in each locality. Does not the adoption of railway or standard time by towns and cities open a wide door for litigation? Suppose a case: Cauncil Bluff i, la, has by city ordinance adopted the central standard time, which is ;'0 ininutra fast of actual time; the law taya the polls shall be opened at 8 o'clock r. M. and shall be kept open until C r. m. They are opened and cloeed by standard time; in other words the are opened at 7:30 p. m. and closed at 5:30 r.M, actual time. Are not all the votes cast between 7:30 and S o'clock Illegal? And have not all voters who could not or diJ not vote before 5:30 p. jij and who would have voted if the polls had been kept open until 0 r. ir. been illegally deprived of tho privilege which thy wcro entitled to exercise? In case cf eontwt would not a competent tribunal reject all the votca cast prior to 8 o'clock a. it., and accept the votes of all legal voters who pKwnltd therurelves Rt the voting precincts between 5:30 and G o'clock l' M, nod who were unable to vote in oon'f quence of the cloninir of the rolls of the polls at U80. What is gained by localities adoption standard titm? WI17 Hhould not and localities retain actual time, and place on their time piece additional hands pointing to the standard or railroad THE SNAICrS VCNCEANCE.- Execution of n Tnnf Mexrcan Upon l'eraroil Orilrr. ,Wnsliintrton Ilojiublican. was raining bard." hegan tho trasrarv a he settled hlrniolf in GllUgan's Iwck room Sfsi'iir I: wn u than tb uivolllu of Ing ty-H- T blslnvjiortancj.'ilro-lci'l,'u u- - .uuni ori:iv.iie, rx, six IojX square foot hlic wt thirty. om. Itisolhtfojt squar at the at tho top nn 1 lUiii n monuuiMt kv., t:i t.o p.ki ;,-- (F inn uioru nu. ie.i 1, iU BI. yon TE WOELD, SI I'AItK KUW, NKW YOIlaT. KENTUCKY "illue-Oraw- CEN1M B. B rif Kentucky's time. The best treatment for ivy uoi'on is lime. Sialic a small pices of lime, making a loluliou about as thick as cream and apply to the morniolljiucdHurface and ing and night. Three daya or less will kill the poison effectually. I sufletel cevcrely sgvwal time.', in epite of the beat medical treatment, the poison running ita nine daya' course, but have yet to hear of a case that rras not'eured by lime within the time I nnme. There is no aloughing off, but the bliatera aro dried and the poison counteracted, while the parts are loft eound and healthy.' Tozicua, SpringGeld Maea. NoTiiiKO so Good water-bli.ilcr- as Lime Editor Walton, of tho Interior Jour gal-iaa- ..in!' aiimmeriuK places recently, whowere' so delichted as to nrcoent him a handsome testimonial of ttieir appreciation ou thijl'return. Walton is no less the cheva-lier- j pic." The Rebellion JUcord, which is now being than tho bold chieftain of the prws i'sued by tho covernment, will consist of crujadera against lawlewnesa and eham. 00 volumes of 800 pages each. tVankfort Capitol. and successful chaperonage cf moio than a dozen fair neighbor women to Vir nai ia receiving wido notice over hia f Muiufordsvlllo, with tho viaw of oroctlug a Tallcinz about wreaking why, gents, a snake'i moro tultoblo uionuinent ti tho 111 mory of his Louisville, Cincinnati mid Lex tiiRton, Ky., cunning than all tho men in the world. brother. Colonel Ilobort A. Smith. Mr. " Wha'.'d ho dof" Mbed tho crowd. S.iiih is a uilllicnalro and was heartily in " Who?" sympathy with thosj who fought for tha loil cau.o. In 1S01 ho boujhtthtf uniforms, Connecting " Why, the snake," in tame dtpot with ftit tralni In " Ob, yes; at Ban Juan. Well, boys, ns ui.8, iiorsjs mid trapp.ngs for equipping I was a aaylng, lb was mining hard, and a battury-o- f artillery, which ha forwnrdud old S:otty was mad'ern Mazes, coz bo through tbo blockndo to Jackson, illn., didu't know the country, nnd tho rain wtwro 1". joinod tho Tenth illsslsilppl lb Tho Dircot Eonte to Lynchburg, Dan threatened to w3h in out. About ton pinion'. vino, .NorioiK, Thomoiiuiiniit is locatid on ohlll near o'clock that night our sontry caught a tlw Loulsvlllo nnd Xashville Il.illroad,and greaser lurking around the outposts aiwl broujbt hltn Into camp. Tho greaser vu Is In th-- ? center of nu enclosure Ofty fet All Virginia and North Carolina PointB. a baiidsotno feller, and n hloutenant fai iquare, around which n Imidsoni- - coping For ticket and I rthcr Inrormatloo. apply to has boon sot. tho M xlcan cavalry. Ho had 11 small Within the enclosure thoro jour nea-eticket office, or addreaa V. J.Ultan, W. K. AltMII.Il, under his arm, mid who.i this was opoimd iro'to bo erectod sis otbors moiuiiinuits, Tlckot and I'jm. AKt., AdrmlilD? Act , a finall rnttlMnko sprung out and mo in memory of tho dyad of rnoU of tuo 2J.1 I'ourlll Ave., I.ocilnllln, Kr showed light. Ho burial bis fanes- into eiiiients that took part in M19 urur.-j- . o. w. FiMiiii, 11. v. i'in,i.i;it. cje'.'l l'aat'r A.'t tho nrm of 0110 of tha man, and tlio bilo H1 nt- Capaln Jam's W. I'po will in'l Maoafxr, Rlrbmnuo. Vlrstnta kille I liiui. Tlioinan komol to bo vory I ,u',"r' :tJi'l t!i removnl of the remain-- , of fond of tho snako, but somubou; ho be Conudoruto soldlors ln weie bin-o- il mo bit. la of jIumfordsTllio to the tliougtit that I10 would have cot nway ICit wmtery. The lieu Jstonei whu- - I1IISS ft MISSISSIPPI B. wasn't for tho creaturo. Tlion ho cusssd " Im plnved over their craves are four it in .SpnnU.), and just 113 thoy wero lend- w.ll to- Tim DIr.it R01 lug liim away tha snako upriing for him. f.U IdRh nn 1 oiioiiu n hlf wide, nnd Its little eyas bluzlng und boay quivwing. will . i hour the following imcriutiou: 1 1 1 n war of V OSTi of tho TYnth Mi. ftT. I ,0711 G W T.Mfi ituui not rimcu tho man, - nnd wan put In rernorr Illullt. tbod-- .d loll In thu I1.HII11 Will) .1 back in the bos. Hoinoliou- it was takun Vt.rii o K '1:1 ilH.illa. JCy.. on Septomlier II, DO. to Uunural fc'cott'a tout for safe keeping, ' u l Northweit aud boutUwoat by tbe way of their (.ratefil .Luiu and a conference wiu hold about tho JLOVISV2IiTjfnrClSl-2XXATIBucklcn's Arnica Salve young captive, and It was ilociiledto hold Tholit Salrein the world for CuK lrui him and eu if any information could bu Sorai, UJcm, Salt itbeuia, Ferer Mice, Taller, Cot from him." HUlliS Hvlllfl and Clnrlnnait msko diriet mi.i,i tliun at tliow ; iijl wltli the Liglit-uln"The rain stoppoti about ono o'clock," Chapped HanJs, Clillb'.aina, Corua, aud all fxprpai on tbe Ohio A Mivlulppl fir M Ertiptloai and poiUlvolj- - curoa filea, or no y continued the trntnp, ilrnliilnf: his class, Iiuls and nil points Wist, I iayuaranlcil to gWe irfwt aallafic-Hon"und the nuon camu out. I was on duty money relunded. Price 21 tents per lx)i. nn Tj Only from Louisville or CInrln- in front of Scott's tout, nnd was jmt dz-i- n Tor aale I'euoy & McAIIater. JLJ nOUrb Ufltl to ni. Uun, l)og two houra cir "lull I s.iu- - the snnke, that va.i In (julcker than any other line, glvlogour paaeeugeii A Remarkable Escape. th1 box, glide cue of the tent ultlisoiue- lime lor meals aud Brit choice of tala la Units thliiK white in his mouth. I guro chnse, Mil. Mary A. Dtlley, of Tuakhaboock, I'a goiug West. but couldn't catch it, und, in fact, forgot uas altilctod fur ail jcara Willi AatbuiR aud llron. nil nhout it." cbltli, during which time the Ufet pliyilcians l2Hours Quicker "When the Captain of tho guard woko could give no relict. It or lile iri dvapulud of, line going by wcy vf Chicago. up nt five o'ekek that morning, he found until In last OiloUr the procure! n Bottle of Dr. Inyinp on his tablo on ordor to execute King's New Discovery, when luirutdlate relief- tho prUousr by sunrlas. The sun wag just wai flt, and by continuing Its uie fr a abort about coming up, and tbo ofllcer was very time aba waa completely cured, Raining In ileab Alwaja mcVo- imuch frightened. Ho had tho prlsoaor SO lbs. la h few niontbi. Free Trial llotiivd of cure of all Throat nnd Lung Disease Conbrought out aud drawn up before a illo of tbla certain moii. In flro minutes tho lifeless body of at Penny A MeAlliter Drug Storo. Large llottio S1.C0 tho M.xiean olllcer waa lying on tiro With all Llnca at grouu 1. The oflleor Indorsed tho order nnd These are Solid Facts. Tbe beat blood purifier and tystcui lofiiilator ruiuriii'il it to Goaorol Scott." St. Louis and Iutcrmodiato Foiats. ever placed within tbe reach ol aulftrlug humani"'What's thlsl" ukod tho old man. tbo "'Ordorof execution. I shot tho man ty, truly ia Electric Hitters. Inactivity olWeak Liver. Dlllouiness, Jaundice, Constipallo, Xo Fcrrlcb! NOmiiiliUHTraut$- rotdlod tho olllcer." lerM : "Say, boys, old Bootty was nind tlion, Eidncyi, or any disease ot the urinary organs, or whoever requires an appetizer, tonic or wild and ho swore that ho hud nover tho order. The olllcor ktatod how hii rccnlrrd stimulant, will always find Due'.rlc llitura the Connection made In L'dIoi Depot, St. Louis, and everybody was puzzled. I waa belt and only certain cure kcowu. Tbcy act surely with trains ot lines g)iug VoJ, Northwest nnd it, enBouthweat. IU sent for, nnd sta&wl tlwt I saw tho enalte and quickly, every bottle guaranteed to glvo II you are going West to anyipolnt, call on or tire tatlsfactlou or money refunded, hold m leave tho tent. looked into the box, fitly cents a bottle by fenny A MeAlliter. wttlo to the undiirilguoi. nnd hani: mo if UiHvwagn't that snako as For lull and reliable information In regard to McltOUKHTS &, STACJG, Laml, Ac, In tho Western Hlatcs, Map, Guides quiet ns may- - bu, T1k aSUlr va nlway a and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Household Kreat mystory, but Bay boys, I could ex. tha Uruggtita, who are nlwi looking alter tbe OooJs to all points Woit call no or address new tecurvd the O II. ALSOl plain it, although they wouldn't Ixiliovo luterrit of tbelr customer, li.no I'attcnsor Ag't Ohio & 'uu'slsilppl Hallway, sale of D:. Doianko'a Cough and Lung Syrup, rem-cj- snakoj. running aeration: rw p les d slant, Is tho r.ltue &Mith . PULLUAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Kobort A. ami sipped bi gin last nigbt. 'M"o riw ortbosicrhlco rf Colonel U10 Tenth btnltb; andapartof hla rcirliiiont. canipod at Ban Juan Uullo, In iiexioo, oil Scptouibor II. lJft JitJiws aiulth, of Glasgow, grotland, wheru tlio big batUo took placo, and. U was thoro tbat I first bcaino a boliover in soruo time azo bought tho hattUHUM of F0W ULmU-tipp- "On tho night of Fwbmary 17, 18J7 W twon 1, cut in ono plco of white rolilcsioue, near Iljwlln Green, Ky. T1.C monument brar tlio following in. Route East iak w. BUtDKrr. lJI-lrr I'UOKtSSIO.UL . rr, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only Una DfJUDBTT & DnOIVN, i Hoiilc." aew, Sbdrtutand Oaickcat Route from Oea tral Kentncky to all Points North, West and 8outhwat. Fan Line Dtven .VTrOU.VI3V' A.T L.VW tut, MT. VERSON, KV. A SOLIDTRArN WASHINGTON CITY. A.TTOHIV13V JLY X.VV, WIU praetW In tha Court of BorU ao J countloa uil In tha Court of Appeada. ALEX. ANDEI1BON, DANVILLE, KY., JiEXI.VOTO.V .! CI.CIXXATI. tept. Er. , Sohedula In Kffecl Botrrn-BouH- M. Sun 1 in 1 adjotnlot To. 4, Dallr P l st von-geanc- o, And 11 MT. VKHNON, KY. Will practlr In tha Koekcaatla Courli. tion! a apeclaltr. Oflce in Courl-hou- A. I. Attornoynan,Xiiv. utCT CommliiloDerlloektaitle Circuit Cour. j. Dal r b. Ex. Hun. li.llr Lt. OCco LEE V. SCUajJONHUFFMAN, D13NTI8T, STANFOKD, KY. tha Mrari Hotel. Htmth aid Main altreot, two dooti a bora re- Cjnttilana... .10 lu CollecArr. l'arla. 40 (IM) Islington .0 111 Lve. Tarls- ll" II Corlngton 'aluiouth..... IqWUrhwiw. -- Ill PuraMtroua OilJe Uai aJulrjhtered whin quired. nil. W. Jl. l'ENNV, 8TANFOIID, KENTUCKY. OQre over Hold. S. Lytle's aloro. OlBce hour from 8 to 12 a. it, and I to 3 r. M. Aneathetlei ad .) uinittarvl wneu DontlHt. Arr. nicbmsnd ...I, luncaaler . llowlaoJ Arr. IVr " Urlngilon . " Uu UAN.Ity " Williamsburg Noani-llouN- i.TB. ttmenetter pniliajn p ui r oo pop mill Ha nn s7s plu p m.'ii Jo p i Oo,VS .... im. .. j ptd pro pm n 8 11 Jl ai atu 00 a io Jcopm 43pm 5 u j J7,,m 4 ISpm 12 30 Ulu 1 SO p ni 4 .... 8 M pm 9 2 (S p ia 5 15 p ni I M p m G C2 p iu 6 M p w": U p ra t 1 20 IS 41 US p 111 p m ptu UI l3 t 'm rio.S," Notea. i iiiiarr. Trala '0( j USi-lyr- Dally Kx. bim. Lx. Sun o.l - FAiaai fob: wams ! privately my farm, near tbo talineat of Ml. Lincoln county, containing haleui rt-oUi- .! Is a larg baru on the piece II7' Aerei. Tbtre and the other Improvement are fair. It la nell watered and feiuwl. I luveo acrea In tobacco and 13 arm In corn that I will aril either wllh the farmor Siat, aslhe purcbaier desires. M', IH'XX, CaJlon or adJresi ill-2i- u Ml. rileui, Ky. I ort. Lve. Jellieo. .. IJvlngatwi... g so Arr. "I ltlcbn.oiil 'i" I. r far ti Lve. IWwUnd 1 - 1 a-.- ft -- Iilchmond. .. Wlneheiter Lve Iexlueton . Arr Lvo Ineuter . ... .... . p IHi ,, w It IJ a iu . II II a m . 1 pm . 2 16 i i jo U , w ,a a -..- T-r- lib-er- !) , 1. -l Arr 1'arls Lve l'arls Arr Cynthlana.. ' I'nlmoutbn... Wiiichiirr " Covlngtuu I ft in ni p in 1 M p ro' 7 25 a m M p in, 2 it p m. 8 10 3 in i 2M p m,ll 7 20 a 111 "M P in' 05 a i.i 3 40 p ui 2 ii p w a o am 15 I' I' '" H 43 a w l piii. tills 00 a 7 ) Wiu i . Mpn M p m S B7 " a . i , iM HO an. I.HI'aOIKMS. illl 55. M. SSuldwin & ., JIAY.NVII.M: KoaTII-IIOO.M- Illl.tM II. a; j Kh'lliy O. & M. nections Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, ()., nnd Inllannpolli, A Sona', Decker llros.', Ind.,dfoi"rslnstelQway HnlntV. i. A C. Ylvhnr, Voe A hous', lialdwln A Lve Coilngton Co.'s Cottage, Upright and " Ixlngton .... t'lano Knrtea; " I'arla alaolhe K.iey, nhonluer and llainlllon Organs. Instruments auld nt prices and terms to sultpir-chaser- s. Arr Milleraburg. give your orders till you get our Don't " I'arllslo ........ prices and terms. Danville, Ky. " Ji.linaoii..., Mayavlile - '"' r' 't'r", tnr iwinge and receive APRI7J- Irw, a cosily Icji of gotuls, which will help all, of either sex, to more monoy right away than nnytblng rls.i In tbls world, l'ortuius await tha workers absolutelv euro. At onco Lvo Maysvllle. Tauic A ( :k. Auguita, Maine. " Johnson XUItlt.lY'N Nl'IXiriC, I'oat-otlic- e, HOUTII-IIOl'S'Iw "KoToT o. .', Nn ill. SunJay Dally Dally only. Kx. Sun. Ilr. Bun. 7 00 8 is 10 SO 9 17 10 (X) 111 7 aa n iu I a m h i,i n in a a in1 8 41) n m ft n in a oo a iu fi u m SI 48 a in 7 a m 10 J a nil 7 2 00 A M p m 20 p iu 47 i m u; p m til ii iv IS pm pm .Sun. lay TT5T .3 nuly. p p p p p p p Dallr Dallr Ex. Hun. Lx. bun fi TraJaUnrb. rvTfci " jTlio Great English Remedy, Is n posltlvo euro for Weak Mimo-r- y, Lose of Jlratn l'ower, Venous Carllsio " Mlllerabiirg. .. Arr P.. I. " I 13 I 7 3 65 3 30 I IS C 03 Fast Time and Suro w55a " Iexlngtou Cjtln6'" mill aoa 45 a ml I so a m1 l 7 21 a n. 2 7 44 a , x nil (. uir. in .1 mi 0 10a in r, ml m m iu 20 p .39 in (mm,, 25 3.5 . (rj p m i pm ii pm m w in 8 gi-o- n V y tlmt never falls to cure Cold, I'alBt In Ilia Cbast, and all Lung AtTectlena. Tor proof Cough, tajr a freo sample bottl Uegulir tlze 60 otuta au.l S1.W. W. W. l'EARODY, llarroilsburg, Jiy W. B. SIIATT UO, Uen'l Van. Agl, Tres'tand Uen'IMan'gr, C. W. l'AUlg, Central Pnsiecger Agent, Clmlnratt, Ohio. Wcakueos, Kxbnuttlon, hoinln.il JaImiiotency, and General Loss of ..1J(,TKTTrilln lo - a run' dll7 hosier Lexington Covington, hut la "ally ixrcnt l'ower ol tho Generative Organs; nn,! nil disease that follow aa a so. SijnJay wuth of AVInehoaterl OeforolekJpg. quenre ot youthful imprudence) ot ""J I'arla.and Hip rvrrjyirit iLintiirivl vrars. auch 'rrn.ltt.MnrL. ""niniri nil i runs '",, lalmoktli Accomiiio,latlnn Sn. in .i.ii,. ' i. Ijissllude.I'aln In the M Universal Covington .5 23 II Iti' nrrlrn I.V1....iil. , n .. d ' 'Miituwiu back, Dlnmroa of Vision, Ko. 0. da Ir. leave roliiiniiil, it .... Age, and many InptonS n m. to Insialty r Con thit etd No. SO, Hutidayonly, leavo Covington 8 55 sumption. In all cisesoi i o;iiiie " ralmoutb 10 4i)aiii, Weakness tho Bpcclfln acts like a No 31. Sunday only, leave rnhnoulb 3 pm; charm, restoring loss or fading vlg. Covington ftp in. or. elvtat I.) tha eye a brilliant LexltKtmi and Iarli.--Nn- . 2, dally cxiepl and susrUlog beauty, to. riia cheek, arrive Ixlngtnn'o io. theroay wooom oi utaiui. AfterTaklng. pM Usitiloa ?i "fi?it.SiS,,;ft.,,M' DarMdAay'arJpeciae Is sold br all Drugglstaat 21 per paJkagc, or alx packsges for 85. Also by mail, pertsge free, on receipt of prlco, srVoii particulars In pamphlet, which will bg ni ' ,n"ifb;.'"ln'1' V" Wincheiter mailed frao to every applicant. Address all to tho a?le manufactur'tf's. n,l oaggsge chickcl to any ,lck1u,, ro., destination re ached by t railroad. .miiuiA v Kansas City, Mo, McAUftcr and all Gold ttovHlanfordby Tnny ra.;ngtr AgenL Trav. I'aw. Agent. Druggists cvcrywheie. MlT',!,0n I'xliuion, ky. . c 3V rf.niTVVr Kjr' ArMui 1'ktkb A Ol., Wholesale Agents, W ULI.KIt Manager. ZOWtaJ Louisville, K Ueu. I', a Agt -- ?&WJ"&i'to I'mua-luroOl- ..,'. Jiunmixj: TS "'