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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884101401 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. entt 0 VOLUME XIII. Scmi-Mccliln iHlfiflUf STANEOKD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER U, 1884. PAINT LtCA, GARRARD COUNTY. BLAINE'S METHODS. The Essence of the Mulligan Letters. "Your o9et to admit ma to a participation In the new railroad onterprlae Ii in every respect at gencroui at I could expect or dcjlre." "You ijioVe o( Mr. Caldwell tliiQilng of a aharo of hli Interest to me. If be really deiljQi to do to I with he would make Disproportion definite, to that I could know Just what to depend on. lffhe watts till the full development of the enterpine. ho might grow reluctant to part with Mi share, and I do not by thl s in;au any dlstrun Per-dar- n, luttfiai NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 293. A. 11. Mclvinney, wife and daughter, the last delegation of the excunioniats, returned on Sunday, grettly pleased witli W. P. WALTON. their trip. Jno. C. Frye cold hia farm on CarpenTtCMi((lH unit lYliluuti, i'M&ffnnxt ter Creek to Wm Stagg 10!) acres for SI,-00- 0 Mr. Frye ombarks for Kanaan and ANNUM 03.OO Mr. Stngg in matrimony. Wban pld strlctlj la advance. I( wo havo to Mr. L. F. Sharp sold hia residence in wait an v time, 8'J.no will be charged. Hustonville, the old L)gan property to John S. Good for $2,000. Mr. G. waa able in the trade to put in 6 head of horaca for flarnff 5oi Buchanan Carried it. nlcriorounmI IWSTONVILLE. LINCOLN COUNTY. XEIl the Advice from Waco, Texas, announces controvemjr cm to how Kentucky' electoral the death, at that place on the 3d inst., of Tote wm cant in 1850, 1 find tlie following Misa Kmh, sister of our clever young merin Blaine'd "Twenlr Yenrn of ConRreiw," chant, Geo. II. Cooper. Misi Itora was Vol. 1, pBe 129: about 1!) years of ngf; diocaae, typhoid "Uuchanan'it flection waa not a aurpripc. fever. indeed it had been Renorallv expected. The talk in town ia all railroad at II received the electoral rote of cvrrjr present. It is impossible to predict the Southern Stbta except Maryland, which result. Aa the matter is to be diacucsed by pronounced for 1'iliuorr. In tho North, able men previous to the day of voting we Kew Jersey, l'ennavlvania, Indiana, Win-oi- a shall probably bo able to vote intelligently. and California toted for Uuclinnan. Just now we are in search of more light. The other eleven free States, beginning Hev. I.S. Mc. Elroy met hia congregawith Maine and ending with Iowadeclnred tion here on Sunday. Elder Munnell is for Kiltnore. The popular vote wan for still at work at the Christian church. Hev. Luobanan, 1.83S.100, Fremont, l.ttll.'JOi, T. 1. Hale ia getting up considerable inter-cali- n S. M. II. FiltuoreS71.V.." tho Hiptist church at McKinney. The Brooklyn I'nion (Hep ) ray: "The Some thirteen persona were baptised in low piano to which the Ulaiiie candidacy connection with this meeting on Saturday. has brought down the republican party U perhapit no where more atrikingly ahown than in Maacbutto. A yar ago the republican (arty waa leading the tolera of the lliy Slate in a dtvperalc effort to dlfl!od;(i the de inisjojrtic who had intrencheil himrclf in the State hutae and he wm held tip to fcorn ha tho public enemy that he really U This ear the notni-natio- n by the republieann of a corrupt man for the Presidency hn o cndtngercil their hold upon Marrachuetta that the only auranee of rueventinjjCieveUr-- i from car rviiiK the Htnle ia by eroouri;iii: the diHmiW "rd version of democratic vote t ' in nut the candid ite of the "l'eopK'i i only kindly tietlri! by the republican pre', but ia receiving aubitantial eupport in hit campaign fn m the ii'tmblicar. mana-Kerf- . To atioh depth ha mnk. undrr Jar. n f ( uatln Sumner O. Hlaino, the old and John A. Andrei ' d Don't Want a Husband. "I can not sit on your lap," Bow-ltggt- (To Ibo Editor of tlio Interior Journal LANCAHTZ.lt, Oil. 12. 1 $1,200. I). G. Slaughter Ii making groat preparation! for his entertainment on the 18th. Some of our sportsmen are disregarding tho game law, and have commenced war on the hirdn. Our farmer have about all their tobacco housed and are complaining ofit being injured in the house. What a pity our town is not incorporated. We have a lot of idle negroes that aro fit Bubjectd for the rock pile. Mr. J. Allen, of LiviugKton, entered upon the duties aj railroad agent at this placeSiturday. J. W. Smith and J. It. Henry have gone ti Kansas prospecting. J. G. Harries haa just returned from the city, where he has been laying In a stock of goods for C. Shumate, Willis Ad-Jr- ., and wife, of Mt. Vernon, are visiting relative hera. M ROBERT o&olAob PHMIUGEDTISTS. Opera House Block, DEA-IISIt- S Stanford, Ky.f IN ofhlm." "I do not a deadhead In tba enterprise II I onco embark In It. I sea varsouschsnueliln which I know I can be use- feel that I shall proro DriiRS, ful." "Yqji ait mc If I am satisfied with the otter you mtJ of a eliaro In your new railroad enterprise. Of course, I am mora than satliflr-- with the terms of tho oUrr. I think It a moit liberal propcsl-Hond ." Win oh, Mitftlcnl Wall I'aper, IJooUh, Liquor Chemicals, Ingtriicinents, Stationery, 1'uiutH, iKiirn. Pocket KoapH, OIIh, Cutlery, 1olaccoi, Perfumery, IittiupH, Macliin Fire Arms, Needles. (Jonds Silverware, Our Jewelry, Cut Corn Kaiu.y. Corn ahould be cut very early; that is much earlier than usual and while it is yet quite green, for then the grain will be just ae good, and tho fodder be worth as much again. Just as soon as this corn is cut the tlubblo should be cultivated or dragged and sowed to rye or oats, dragped atain the other way and left to grow. This by the time the jiusking is done will give a fine green crop for pasturing, or to use for shading the soil, or for "Unclose you part of the CkiigrtuUMl 0oJ of 9, containing tho point to wlch I referred at some length in lny previous letter of y. You will find It of Interest to read It over and see what a narrow eucape your bill made on that last night of the session. Of course, It was my plain duty to make the ruling when tba point was once rait- style. Tlioa. Department is lu Charge of Col. and Optical lilcharus, who will Repair mitchcg ami Clocks Promptly anil in tbo best April IHI.O. ed" "I beg you to understand that I thoroughly ap- preciate tho courtesy with which you have treated me In this railroad matter, but your conduct toward me in business matters has only been marked by unbounded liberality In put years, and of courso I hue naturally come to expect the same of you uow." l! v.Cleveland' The New York T election would be thu i.uiHt of the moat threatening vice of our time and country, theajdrit of reck It m rpeculalion in btiai-neand of ahamelee jobbery. The two are one evil The election of Jamre. (J Maine would b direct appeal to every younir man to adopt dicbonecty and nflron-ter- y a the methods of auccerf. Tlicfe are eocje of the reasons which juatify reubli-cin aupportinj: a cm did ale not of the! party- The American people muni elect aa preaident J a me 0 . Maine, corruption lit, or drover Cleveland, reformer. For which, reader, will you caat you vote? w m - -- Hall, the tumble bug of Buffalo, whoae chief ministerial labor during the rummer have been the retailing of cheap and naaty Under against Governor Cleveland, ia about to behoiat by hia own petard. A lady of hia congregation ha furniahed a etatrment which provei him a falaifier and eatabliahea an effort to commit a greater ain than he haa attempted to aaddle UKn Mr. Hall should dig llrover Cleveland. him a little hole by the wayaid and turn ble into it; Newspaper printed at aea aro not The practice of publishing a per on board ahip wai inaugurated on the steamer Great ltriton, which started for Australia on the 21st of August, 185'J. These seaborn journal do much to relieve the monotony of the passage, filled ai ihey ore with atones, burlMUo telegrauiii and Btorio by thu pasicngera and all the drift of spicy inoident. that happen from week to Tin: Passion koii City Lira. Dr. Johnweek on hip board. son once said that to live in London enaA painful accident happened to the Hon bled a man to Bee tho whole world, with all of Harney Heeney, of Union Towmdtip, a ita schemes, excitement and never coasicg His mother sent him to tho noveltira, Pothapa it in tlili exciting featfew days, ugo cornliold for roatting em. He had to U'c ure of city life which continually draws a ladder to got up t' the eirs, when he ambitious young men from independent climbed out upon an car ai.d proceeded to and comfortable homei in the country and cleo saw it ofTbotwten hiuieolf and tho stalk, smaller towns to tho large cities. How can tho wide spread paesion for city life bo bruin-in- g precipitating, him to the ground and him severely. Had it not been that accounted for? To Hbare in this metropolithe shade of tho oorn had Kept tho ground tan excitement men seem reidy to run any moist and noft he would have been killed-Tro- risk and brnvo tho perilx of bankruptcy. In a season like the present, when so tunny (Kauiaa) Chief. strong firmg, after long yearn of atenuoua JefierHrn Davia is now the last "f bin toll and assiduoUH application, have perline. Ho ban been married twice and has ished, it would he well for theso who are no inalo descendant who bears hi nnmc. thriving in comfortable independence in Not long sinco he lost hia only eon and re the quietude of country towns to adopt tho cently the death of Gen. Joreph It. Davis, golden philosophy of contentment. Great of Illloxi, Miss., took nway the last hopo of citks aro tho neceemy outgrowth of a perpetuating by male diMcendnnUthu name great country, but tho country makes them, of Jefferson Davis. not thoy tho country; and unquestionably The muatiT rolls of the United Statea ar- to tho majority, tho greater their ventures bo the peril of a disastroua my and navy hIiow that in tho war between the greater will wero enlisted 2,001,000 ending. the States there The rich and dashing Mn. Wetmore, men. who has just been acquitted in New York piiiKs. cum: roil of weight of bigamy, can not read nor write. Her Pll aro frciueiitly preceded y a mum aWoiin-n- , oarly opportunities were neglected and bb lowtr nrt or th In tho hack, loins ntnl coiulngthorntUnt to nn'iioieholiajaomoaffictlon she was feven times married, nhe afterward vi tin klilneya or ueigbtKirtiiR organs. At tlniM, found no time to devote to such unnecessas)roitonnof Inillgntion nro yrewiit, a llntiile'ic), itnratlnoa of tho ttuiiuch, etc. A molntme, like ry accomplishment. liriilratlon, proOucltig a ry illiagreaaUo Itching, JUST AS GOOD. tftir getting warm, U n ery common atttmhtut. may tell ou they havo horse-geraniu- p. Jtegally beautiful waa Heryl Hopkins aa she stood there that soft June night in the dim, half light thai filtered through the exquisitely-drape;vrire separating tiu parlor of her father' magnificent residence from the conservatory into which the and Harold Holdback quite leisurely sauntered. From childhood Heryl had always loved liowers bright, pretty flowers, whose vivid colors set ofT to the bout possible advantage the statuetriue lintM of her queenly form and now aa she stood among them, blushing roses on one hind and ple delicate lilies on the other, it wa no won-tlt- r that tho soft lltsh tints and bewitching curves of her fioe and arnn fnirly intoxicated Harold Holdback and made him more madly in live than ever with thin Juno-lik- e girl who had promised that rre the autumn tints on the heather had faded she would crown the hliMof courtiliip with the sacred halo of a wifely love and devotion. And so when the lipi that had been wont e to give him kises sweet, rapturous, for-tthe brand kiMeothat set his brain in a whirl ant) aluu.it broke hia siupenders had said to hiin the words with which this chapter opens, he waa unable to reply. The lighla seemed fading away,blaok clouds o'ersprcad the horizon of d Care stood hi existence, and knock kneed upon the itimmit of a life that auch a little while ago recmd to bold only joy and hope. Hut it was only for an instant that this weakness mastered him, and drawing himself up proudly he said: "Why can you not ait on my lap? I know, of course, that the words you have spoken mean that we are not to marry, that "What!" ehrieken the girl in an agony of grief. "Not marry! My God, Harold, and did you for an instant think that my love for you had faltered; that to be your wife waa not the solo ambition of my life? Ah, this ia indeed too much," and turning away she silently watered a with the hot, bitter teara of sorrow and remorse. "Then you still love me?" he asked. "Better than ever," the words coming slowly between large hand-madsobs. "Then why will you not ait on my lap?" "Hecause," she answered in tones that filled hia very blood, "I do not detlro a Chicago Tribune. husband." d we-arsole-agen- ts sore-eyee bow-lejrge- d green manuring, and the following year the soil will be in the best possible condition for its next ueld crop. Corn I believe to be the nicest crop our farmers grow. Its production seems quite natural and easy for our land, the tilling of it with modern tools and management is motitly dene with horse, antl not with much more outlay of work than the common summer fallow requires. The stover, if properly managed, will give about as much and as good fodder, acre for acre, as a common meadow would. The grain is also as good as other acres of any kind on the farm, and then When a man is going down hill everybody is the corn stubble might furnish the best ready to give blin a kick." Yes, that Is so. It Is fall and other spring pasture, if 'vanted an, bu' natural. Why, many a man and woman, for that purpose, and withal the land is seeking ctaptoyiiHUt, would havo got it If their kept rleir of foul growth until wanted balr hadn't lieous) thin and gray. One bottle of I'lrktri IIMr lialaaui Is then the best investment. for another farm crop. -- Henry Ivea. It s'ops filling liatr. promotes new growth and reTiik Stick That Was Lkft. Maurice stores color. Clean, highly perfumed, not a dye. Melrose ia one of the "greenery, yallery" A great Improvement orer any similar preparation and sold at the low price of 60c. young men who Gils a vacancy in society, A New Discovery. and the other evening he was out calling. Mr. Wm. Thomas, of Nowton, Iowa, nays, "My He stayed about an hour and went of leavseriously aUVcted with a cough for twen ing his cane in the hall. He missed it in a has beenyears, aud this Spring more than ever befew minutes and came back afler it, the fore, fehe had used nuny remedies without reyoung lady's sister meeting him at the lief, and being urged to try Dr. King's New Discovery, did ao, with most gratifying results. The door. first bottle relived her very much and the aecond "Aw, my little girl," he said, "weally, bottlchas absolutely cured her. She bis not had beg youah pardon; don't you know, but aogoodhwlth for thirty years." Trial bottles think I left a stick heah." free at Penny .1 McAlliter'i Drug Store. Large "I don't think you did, Mr. Melrose. site (I. heard sister say so." Positive Cure for Piles. "Aw, indeed, you llattah me; but how To the people of this county wo would aay that should youih lister know? She did not wehivebeen given the agency of Dr. Marchlal'a Italian Tile Ointment emphatically guaranteed see me go out, don't you know?" Internal, External, to cure or uioiiey refunded "I don't know sir, but I heard her aay to llllnd, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price 50 centa Mr. Itenton, when you left; "Well, thank abox. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAllster, heaven, that stick's gone at last.' That' Druggists. all I know about it, Mr. Melroe." Daughters, Wives and Mothers' We emphatically gusrantee Dr. Marchlsl'a He didn't prosecute his inquiries any a female remedy, to cure Female Diseasfurther. troubles, Inflammation and ty-fi- re "I am bothered by only one thing, and that ts the Indefinite arrangements with Mr. Caldwell. I am anxious to acquire the Interest he baa promised me, but I do netget a definite understanding with him as I haio with you." "(n thl dilemma Kootacaine to know what on earth hccould do under the rules, for he said It was vital to hia constituents that the bill should past. I told Mm that Julian's amendment was entirely cut of order, beeauw not germane; but he had not iu indent confidence In his knowledge of tho rules to make the point, but be said (Jen. Ixgan was cprosod to the l'rcmont scheme, and would pmbably male the point. I sent my page to Gen. Logan with the suggestion, and he at once made the point. I could not do otherwise than sustain It." Don't Look Ltke a Wreck. 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. BUPLEY, TATE a PENNY PHARMACISTS, (pil DKiLEDS IX- - Drugs, BookSj Stationery and rancy ttrucies. Also P- - Physicians' inscriptions accurately compounded. JEWELERS. The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware Kvr brought to this market Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry He-paired on sbsit notice and Warranted. Wi Hi HIGGINSi DEALER IN Hardware, Irou, Nnlls, Ruggy Wheels, Stores, Horse Shoe, Spokes, Iliuis, Groceries, Saddles, Qnccusuarc, Buggy Whips, Cnne Mills, Harness, Grates, Cider Mills, LapCoven, Stoneware, Corn Shelters, Collars, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden an3 Cast Pomps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof- es, such as Ovarian AimnciAi. Ice. A lecture on artificial ice wai lately delivered in London in which MrJLe Fevre stated that "hitherto difficulties had to be encounted in the manufacture of ice, chief among which was this that ice could only be produced in small thin cakes opaque and snowy in appearance, owing to the complication of the machinery. patented machinery and appliances had overcome these difficulties and could produce ice perfectly pure and transparent in large solid blocks of uniform size and Manufactured ice was purer thickness. cheaper and more lasting than natural ice. Tho introduction of artificial ice haa broken down a moiopoly which had evxisled in the market for natural ice, and thero was now no reason why tho consumption of ice should not be widespread and popular." Itag-weeIte-cent- ly Ulceration, Falling and dlsplacemsnt or bearing down feeling, Irrcgalarltlles, Barrenness, Change of Life, Leuwrrhoia, besides many weakoesae springing from tho above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous ralpltatlon of the Heart, Ac. For sale by druggists. Prices It and 51 60 per bottle. Send to Dr. Marchlil, Uttca, N. Y.. for pamphlet, free. For sale by Penny A UcAllster, Druggists. LAKCASTKIt Aim.ltTISKJlKKTS. w' n vToKmmpi, jirjiiii i John lirlaUt, Jr. ing and Guttering will hare prompt attention. ffi K WBAB19. 9 UNDERTAKER, AND is becoming a formidable pest in many section and it is undoubtedly with some persons a cause of hay fever. It appears abundantly in the stubble of vjheat fields and when in bloMom the pollen wafted by the wind produces a ticklish sensation in tho nose and eye. In wheat fields d A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, embracing everything from the Cheapest to tho Finest I'arlor Suites. 2Va need to go to the large cities to make your purchases, no mutter S. Si. BUBDMT. 1. r. lll'DBLK what quantity ur quality you want, as I can and will duplicate HUBBLE & BU11DETT. can olitaiu elsewhere, freight being added. Alee A.T LAW, an' prices ATTOHNJEYH KY. LANCAbTElt, a full assortment ol CoIHun, Cacs, Shrouds and Itohos, embracIn (isrrard and adjoining counties Wlilprac-tiand Court oi Appeila ClHreintue F.oblcion blink, ing all the Xcii Style, both cheap and expensive. Ware ron SHiuth Side Public ciuare. opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. 1 WALT EH 80HO13OiN I J3 IV rv B. 1 - JOgqJlgx9 1 , in XTni'iiiiin'e ! I.ANCAsTF.It, KY. Offlco over Cltlaens National Bank. Office honrt from 8 to 12 a. ii. and from 1 to 5 r. u. lS4-t- y EITillFBISE Grocery. ilbiuiciiNter, TAYLOR'S it start up more quickly than young clover and a month after harvest, if the mower is run over tho rleld just low enough to cut off will theretho clover leaver, the after be kept under. As it ii an annual, a good growth of clover entirely f mothers it tho second year so that none will appear in the hav. The qualification required for a voter in tho Stato of Kentucky is that he must be a male citizen, 21 years of age, having resided two years in the State, or ono year in tho county and CO days in a precinct immediately preceding an election. rag-wee- d 4 Kentucky, lcffiS I Boss ,ppR cL'. Taylor Manufacturing & Co. CHAMBERSDTJRG, PA. Awards at the louisville Exposi? Five UUU 1U. lUUUi Erctnes from 2 to 150 borsa power. Saw Mills from S'V) to the MrgPit standard sizes. Portable Corn Mills from tlio North Carolina Mill Ktono Co., the t.eit Mills in the world for making meal for table use. Write for prices. Address GEO, D. BURDETT HAVE 9 ciiToOmiSAiiat GEO. P. HAMTON, Traveling Agent I. 1YEA11EX, (1ENE11AL.AOT., Stanpobo, Kt Lately beon Making Exten sive Additions fo Their Stock ot ISO- - B. 1 AND COMMISSION MERCANT A species of limd called the is uow considered a delicacy by Now York epicures. It is about 10 inches in length and of a dirty mud color, and provided with four legs and a tail, the ilesh is caid to be delicious. hell-bend- And now hayo tho Bo3t Stock in Cer tral Kentucky. Thoy havo Parlor andBcdlloom Sets, Carpet. Cano and Penitontiary Chairs, Haiblo Top, Our government has now $170,000,000, or COO freight car loads of silver dollars piled Centre Stand & Ex tension Tables, up in its treasury vaultB, and is still manuWoven Wino, Cot-te- n facturing at the rate of two million a month. f MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. A Large Stock of tho following Many untcrui'ulous dealer l'HHB DIBTIUHUTIOX. Illlml, Hi,ng iiml Itching l'lUn ) Ichlat tnce to tlio 11 What Cougha ami ColJi tun In merit ami In caiuaj tha gmt null at MeRobert) nri'lltutlun of Dr. Iluannko' Vllo Itcmody, m hlch nt ts roint Jin for rripect jii't aa good na tho oh! nllillo Dr. Btagg'i Drag 3tor " Tlio freedlitrlhiitlon of amp!o alaorhlng tlio dlrrcUy uoii tho parti nnVctt-J-, Lung 8) ru), tho Tii"Hr, nlljjlng the Intcmu Itching nmt alTectlng a llwanko Congh ami Lung 8jrni, nnlMi )ou inalit bottlei of Dr. JVmuVo'i Cough and you aro moit popular KaJy for Coughs, Colda, Comumptlcn rmunciit cure. 1'rlco 60 ccnta. AiUreu tho Ir. upon tliU remedy nml will taka no other, I'rlaoj, CO ceod nud and llroncklttt uow oa tho market. Regular ilw &0 lluUo to la grtally Jlotauko Mnllduo Co., riiua, OUtu. SjM ly Mcltol-erUt.W. Gold ly StoItoUtta A Ugg. efloti nl(aVr, Slagg. Jf dell. Champion Sulky Plows, Obammon Steel Beam Plows, tresses, Folding Bed LounCider Mills, Cane Mills, Cane Mills, Evaporators, Peed Cutters, ges, Beds & Cots, Wararobes Buggies, Carrlagos, Surroys, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, &c. and Sofas, and Everything Else 8toro. A few Kept in a 9Iolluc and Fimjl and Bradley Sulky Plows at Less than Top andllair Mat- Baker Grain Drills, Buckeye Grain Drills, McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, Kalamazoo Harrows Granulated Sugar Prices. Cost to close out. .-- "g-a- ij 7fim trnnoncmmr NOTES Or Suii-PtfHnlnfmorlonriml m wary wwiiLim in jn. CURRENT EVENTS. A poll of 2aw York Stato by counties, gives Butler a vote of 80,800. October 14, 1884 .Stanford, Ky., All tho cases against Cope J. Bnapp, of the City Hall thieves, have been dls- missed. W. P. WALTON. Andy Wepler, who killed Henry Clay, has been admitted to bail iu the sum of and The Ohio .election occuis 510,000. while we are nol no rasWas to predict a Tho funded debt of the Ohio & State democratic v;eforieolng? that the road is $15,112,000, the annual in his failed unffjnco 1850, the outlook ia terest on which is $1,040,000. particularly bylgnl. The democrats have Bslva Ann Lockwood, the only woman made a nr.blolcht, though contending candidate for Presidency, will be at tho agair.nt strong cflltlc, and if they should win, Louisville Exposition today. their victory will le the graudeston record. The Executive Committee of the NaIn addition to the Blaine hippodrome, the tional Prohibition parly has designated OcLqgan circus and the importation of tober 29 "as a day of fasting, humiliation by the thousandth is said that $350,- - and confession." 000 ha been wrung from the oflice holders Hon. Oeorgc F. 'Wendiing, of Chicago, to corrupt ti e billot there. That the rein an interview Saturday night, said the publicans are greatly alarmed lest this prospects for a democratic victory in Illinone of their uiost certain States, should slip ois were very bright. is from their eraip. shows how desperate Th omas S. Crutcher, the senior editor theircat.roin their own (liraa.ion, and of the Spencer Courier, was married inTay how fearul they are that the rascals must lorsville Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock to go. The result in Ohio lo day will go far Miss Carrie M. Tichencr.cf Indianapolis. ' ' toward determining the result in X07 em- led. ' and will practically Eettlo it in faTor of In South Carolina a marriage license is ber the deniocrecy should it carry the Slate not required and a divoica is never granted. or even rcduro the heretofore large republi Like the church fsir it costs nothing to cct in and everything to get out. can Louisville iNSepl'inber, 1872, tho New York T,i Titer. President Smith, of the Louisville and the Union Pacific Ksilway btme, Nashville, offers lo the stockholders of that of Jam pa G. Blaine, eaid: jobbing record company $5,000,000 six per cent. 1010 "It may be nobody's business how he adjustment mortgage bonds and $5,000,000 Public Speaking. Blaine) became a millionaire on a Con M Friend" Answered in Plain English. of treasury stock. Hon. Ja. B. McCreary, democratic nom gressman's pay, but it is the business of his Oct. 11. Nearly n Junction City, Tho U. S. Court at Louisville has in iuee for Cougreftu 111 the Stli District, and constituents and of the country to know dicted Judge Fii.ley, of IbB "Williamsburg month after the publication in the InteriJ. M. Sebastian, republican nominee iu how the speaker of the Houo of Kepresen-talivcdistrict, for putting Marshal Brown in jail or Journal giving the particulars of the the same district have agreed oil the follow CMoe into this rich railway speculafor failing to produce a prisoner charged malicious shootlnc of Mr G. T. Helm at tion." The Tribune had changed consideritwrnciurg, this place by one Ben Durham, some de- ing joint nppjin'.mnts. (Tense in the Judged court. 1 ably since then an now supports Blaine, with an c generated son of hi? sire comes to time in Anderson county, Tuesday, Oct. 1; John Thompson, a brakeman on tho Spencer county, Thursday, Oct. but a great many people in thi country Miysville division of the Kentucky Cen- the Danville Advocate with a llimsy refuta- 1C; Harrodsburg, Mercer county, Friday, are now talking about Elaine precisely as tral :oad, while unloading an organ fell tion of what I said, and from fear or the Oct. 17; Nicholasville, Jessamine county, the Tribune talked about him in 1872. with it, the cran smashing his thigh and fact that his name was too insignificint he Satuiday, Oct. IS; Danville, Boyle county, signed it as "A Friend." To tell the truth proved himself to be a dir-t- breaking his leg. He lives iu Ashland. Gen. Looan never requires much time. About the Monday, Ost. 20; Stanford, Lincoln county, sneaking coward atllintcn, "W. Va., the Dr. Dillion was found dead in a O trrard ooun-ly- , only point he made was in reference to the Tuesday, Oct. 21; Lancaster, other day by spitting in a man'u face, hotel Sunday morning. He had Wednesday, Oct. 22; Richmond, Madiho said that Logan raised the first had a ght tho day before and bad got a woman that Durham had in the depot on son county, Thursday, Oft. 2.1; Korea, Madi- rebel flag in Illinois. No gentleman would severe lick on his head, which may have one occasion ''protecting," and he think ! Friday, Ost. 21; Ml. Vernon, nice lady." ton "a use bucIi means of insult to any person, had something to do with with his death. that he proved that she Oct. 2r: I .on She was indeed too nice for this earth if Koclcaslle county, however low, nor would any but a most arThere are 72 banks in New York, with don, Laurel county, Monday, Oil. 27; AL1VAYN II.1XE fSTOCIC OF rant coward take advantsgo of his sur- a combined capital of $64.(00,000. The she remained in the dejwt there from 12 till Chinqueln Rough Jackson county, Tuesroundings to do that which he would not Chemical National made over fire millions 2 o'clock at night with that fine specimen day, Oct. 23; Mc. Kee, Jackson county, dare to do, were ho not protected by his this year on a capital of but $300,000, and of humanity, Mont Sasrls, and Ben Dur- Wednesday, Ojt. 2J1; Boonville, Owsley ckqucrs. Many a man would follow Lo- its stock is in demand at $2,000 per share ham as her "protectors." Wbnt a jewel county, Thunday, Ojt. 30. Speaking at 1 consistency must bj. His reference to the gan up to kill him and we do not know but of $100. Queens-ware'cleck tlicu ?' Two trains collided en the Southwest killing of two men by Helm wis what he j what he would do the countrr a service. believed a very strong point, but Lemon ron Malaria. At tho internaBranch of tho Pennsylvania railroad at doubtless The probabilities are tar from indicating Hunter's Station, Pa., wrecking forty load "A Friend" took pains to omit telltrg that tfcos.1 medical congrcM in Coptnhajen, that .Massachusetts is a sure State for the ed cars, killing one man and seriously in the law had sanctioned Helm's course and Profcsor Crudeli, of Rome, read a paper on republican ticket this year. If its electo juring three others. Several of the cars instantly relieved him of all blame by an "Malaria and its Remediex." Acknowledge ral vote gees to Cleveland it will not be caught fire and burned. immediate acq nittal in both ces. I have log the great value of quinine and arsenic as needed to elect him, but it will be imporBy the Cyclone on Catania Island, 100 not time to answer such small game as "A preventive and curative, he said a cheajer tant as giving emphasis to the protest houses were demolished in the Bsrgo, Ton-d- o Friend," and I do not deem it necessary. harmless, and yet eflective reino ly may be VERY- against a corrupt candidate in the strongand Givenl quarters. At Celabi and Enough has already been published to sat- - found in the ordinary lemon. lie advUca est of republican States and one in which Argrlna, suburb of the city, many sum- Isfy the public that Ben Durham did a that a decoction of lemon be made as the principles of the party have always mer mansions are in ruins. sneaking, trick lows: Cut up one lemon peel and nil into The damage had a powerful hold. fN. Y. Times. when he attempted the murder of Helm, thin slices, put it into three glaufuts of amounts to 2,000,000 lircs. The case of Geo. R Letcher, convicted and Bin himself knows that lo be true, water, art Ixjil it dowr. to one gltssful of When Blaine waB building his fine of murder in the Jessamine Circuit Court though it is business and policy for him to ' water. Strain the liquid through linen, louse in Washington, tho contractor pretested a bill of $9,000 for extras, saying and sentenced to the penitentiary for twenty-- contend otherwiee. If "A Friend" should squeeze thoroughly the remains of boiled And to Paying Short-tim- o Customors. No years, has been affirmed by the be fortunate enough to get to peruse the' lemon and stt it aside to oool. Drink the that labor was ho high he was compelled to one goods sold on long timo. Court of Appeals. Letcher is a son of the above and desires a correspondence, he is whole amcuut when fasting. As tho decocdo so, whereupon Blaine wrote to him. address tion iKsees cathartic properties, the dose hereby notified that my "Two c'ollars a day is enough for any Me- Postmaster of Nicholasville. If the democratic courts and Govern- is Stanford, Ky. Tho Danville Adrocntf, should not be related too frtquintly, not chanic, and no laborer ought to be piid U.SKmorn than one dollar per day." Cm the ors, and especially the Court of Appeals, rTarrodsburg Democrat, and Nicholasvillo more than once a day, or every other day. please copy. J. F. W. according to individual susceptibility. vrorkingmsn vote for a candidate with such hid done their duty no inconsiderable num- Journal-Courie- r ber of democrats would now justly be in Ideas of the value of hia strvicce? Jersey and Alueknev Cows. This is IN MEM0RIAM. the penitentiary serving out their terms the Dr. C. C. Graham turned hia one hun- sime as the poor "niters," Cope Soapp, In memory of Barney V, Craig. "He "the difference between Jersey and Alder-necows:" Made from tho hokt .lllmiCHntn lVlioal. For hi 1 1 co uljr dredth year Friday and the event was cele- Ferguson, Crittenden, Phil. Thompson, and Tlio former has been kept giveth His beloved sleep" Such sleep pure bred on the Channel irlnnd of that brated by a grand dinner given in his hon- many others we could mentien. Somerset hath he given to him, who, after a short name for a long time; no foreign cattle or at the Louisville Hotel. There were Republican. T. IS. WA17TON. time only of suffering, has entered into jnat 100 r,uest present, the larger portion of C. R. Mason & Co., will bjgin work on eternal rest. As the harp strings sound have been permitted to be imported into Jersey for over a hundred years. In the whom had passed the allotted three score the branch penitentiary in a few davs. clearest when "firmly struck and tightly Island of Alderncy Importations of other TItY and (en. Dr. Graham looked well and said Tho contract gives them the right to use as bound," as a flower that is crushed sends he felt better than he had for fifty years. many convicts as they choase, but tbey will out its sweetest odors, so during hit sick cattle have ever been permitted. The have not been kept pure, but are He ia wonderfully prceerved for his unusu- nee no more than GO or 70, or possibly 100 ness the beauty and brightuj of lite spiral Re- this fall. The contract allows them $4 per it shone fairer. Death ever seeks a shin- made up mainly cf a crosi of the Jerseys The 27ir Forks Enterprise says Judo per yard for building the wall. It is to be ing mark. How often do we see the bright- - and the Guernseys on their original stock. SebaBlain, the nominee of the republican constructed of heavy stone at the base and est and the best taken first, the victims of They are not so fine as either of these two iioa.sti-:latter breeds have now become, and arc party, is a man. He will be ev- light stone above. death's unerring shaft. In this case this G-oo- cl -A strange case ia under trial at Leba. has been sadly verified. erlastingly licked now. A man who had Language falls more uneven in their makeup. The term non. Dr. P. T. Dedmao, a dentist of me in any attempt to do justice to hit life Alderney was applied by mistakn by the the making of himseli and had no more For muIo only cense thau to make a republican of himself hitherto unblemished character, is charged and character. Words are inadequate to English to Jfrey cows when they first beT. It. V TTOX. mmrr tw n : would be a sorry man to send to Congress. by Miss Lucy Philips, of Nelson, with at- express the sacred emotions that well up gan to import them ruiny years ago, but it W. IE. II. THOMPSON, The Judge bed better keep in Bight of tempting to take improper liberties with in our hearts and stir the soul's deep foun- is not used now, each breed being distantly HON. IV. N. YOUXG. her while in his office, going so far as to tain of grief and rorrow when we think classed by itself. Frankfort Capital. homo. Wesro authorltf.1 to nnnnnnro tho Hon. W. H. Of Laurel row My, Ky , Is 1 Undi.late for Htsla 1 OUIU. ol Ijiiirpl rauntr. ('an.lLI.1.. in ......... .1 expose his person to her. The case has of Barney as no more in our midst. Now 'rHistli rKrislonilDU-trlc- t A Connecticut Judrffc did a thing recent- the Stli CnncrtMlooal District, ol krntuekr, Nomnlr election, lMt, Hew Yohk does not work her convicts created great excitement at Lebanon in a miml,r nf th. and he sleeps in the silent balls of death, with ly that might be imitated with advantage HUtn Hori of KuxllMtlm, lulijrct to th tttli n outside the penitentiary, but Iheir chetp haB been under judicial investigation since bis precious mother gono before him. by courts in genera). In a suit for divorco labor necessarily comes in direct competi Ifae defense claims that Miss Quite a cloud baa been cast over his native on the ground of adultery the facta wtro tion with freo labor. Tho report of the Phillips was laboring under an aueration town of Stanford by the death of him, our clearly proven; whereupon the Judge, inUuperintendcnt of the Stale prisons in New of the mind, Frnmrrioii,riimnpanit Illoo.l Dliraiei. caused by tho excitement of beloved friend and favorite, who left this stead of granting the divorce, directed the tlinlii un.l IJenrt Auctions, rnli I.iuio, "York show an excess of $10,853.07 in re- having several teeth tun, Jlrl.lliijr, iirukrii Iroiwi (mi.lN I hreJutojniil on Depot strata luUl'nsof pulled and is not re- mortal sphere on Oct. 1, 1S3I, at Vander-bi- lt Prosecuting Attorney to bring action for IMIIlills anil flll.l. tf llm IXI.Ih.. Iil-.- iSlaplamid Fancy Urorcriii that I vlil !! low tax UtTcfcl'rliiurjr ceipts over expenditures during the past sponsible for her assertions, but Bhe sticks rraii,ua )our lirugfUl lor or country iri'lticc. I im nlno t ra!i for the University, Nashville, Tenn,, where he the crime thus disclosed and tho result Ntanfurd Woolen OOi-- . year. Sing Sing earned $G3,000 over ex- to them with OIIA.I9. "W. SOOTXTXVSs MIIU Yarns mil Huineli, ,.f great tenacity. WOUIO MUOWNID SPECIFIC HO. 13, had been at school only a short while was that the guilty pirties wero convicted wlilcli I slwajrs kr n fall it, k. dim iu n call penses. an.I jt money. Thirty thousand Cleveland s I . MATTIXUhY, Tho divorce buaineps What a bright future was before him. and dulysentenced. utaiiford, Ky. A democratic poll of the voto of Ohio filed through the Union Square last night What fond hopes were centered upon him would be materially lerecned if a policy of afgives the democracy 9,000 nnijority, in the presence of fifty thousand spectators by doting and affectionate friends. Hav- this practical and wholcwne kind could IWIH, Xl,fMPl,nr,il., C03I3IEIICIAL ter giving the republicans all tho doubtful It is safe to say that 100,000 participated ing no A HLOOIi, UKAIX ic MIKVi: I'o.MC. mother he wna drawn closer to his bo inauguratod throughout the country. If your Ilriuailst dAM not kwplt .' blra tonrdnrlt votes. A correspondent wrileo: ''My own in this magnificent demonstration in behalf forxou. B . per botlU. taea.lleernnil Iron father and his little brother Willie, Ho lllm(lrev,t .Mrllm I)lcofrjr of mndxrn time. unbiased opinion is that they will meet of Cleveland and Honest Government in A local paper in DikoU Is reHnoneiblo was sick only a short time. With his last I hare rented tho atoto (entrjlly locoted Hotel, t oj l;nni,hl.t, with full ,ir1lcul.es. ldr.. 8COTT.M.D., Kansas Cltr, Mo. with a stunning defeat, and the democratic Union Square, the Academy of Music and breath he called for his relatives and talked for the following: A Dakota farmer in and will use erery cllort toglro entire satisfaction Vie Dr. NCOIY U LLYKU VIZ.LH. ticket will have u majority of 15,000. 1S&1 planted a single grain of spring wheat to tho piilillc. No.it.cool rooms; vxcslIcMt tho streets adjicent tho finest that New about his ttlils; old Kentucky home. To know cheep ratri. (lire tue a rail. is just three weekB today till the York haasjen for very many years and it him was to admire. He was quite a favor and from it grew 2'2 Ptalks, each bearing n 282-,r. Jt. (IjAIK. American people will proclaim at tho bal augura well for the causa of Cleveland. It ite and had fast friends wherever ke wbb full head of wheat, yielding In all 8G0 lot box, their disgutt with tepublican metis-ud- a tells the country that the heart of the me known. The dispensations of Providence grains of wheal; 700 of theso were planted iV i4V "C 3W MA.TLTS ! h of a nnd their contempt for Its candidate tropolis Is solid for Reform aud Change. It are strange, but still they ara all for the the next year, producing THECHLYTRUK It means victory in November. It is tho best, "Whom tho Lord loveth He chasten-ctli.- " bushel of splendid wheat. Tliia was plant- - I have been appointed ng.nt for the salo of the recking all over with vouality and corrupli.tal.Atn ...I laat nn.ltln vianllnrr ajinn,Man farm of Mrs. I'lm Ik V. lllaln ard heirs, rnntlnln tion. The sign ell point unstringly to tho greeting of New i'ork City to the battling He was a noble true and christian lyiOK il Ol til I In JUO ... .......... making 1,030 pounds of wheat from ono on .. Avtl'S. nicew ami. I. a.litrcny from Iln.lnnrll!.. Democracy of Ohio. World. mo i.iwriy j... ' oll.-It prlratJfew years fact that the rascals must go. F boy. He gave himself to God a liai n Rood dwelllnc-hoiiIt two stnrloa grain in three years. nml C rooms, boldiss thu neiessary out.liullillii,:. Over Niaqra in a Ball. Ocar Worm-ai- ago, and with Him as his support, he died TnE democrats of Wett Virginia are u ia wen watered or.d la Rocd, rich Iind worth Ah a guest who was more A New Nut. A Chineio nut or fruit much more than Is aslcul fur It n f;c3co painter of Buffalo, New York, triumphantly. talking about a majority of 10,000 to day. Apply to is becoming popular. It N tho 27 Vijn. tuo lor further particulars. ThoperfounanctMofBlainoand Logan in announces that he intends to go over Niag-r- a pleasant and agreeable? To writu a fitting called Ml. T. lll'SIl, Stanford. Ky. would requiro a more facile size of a walnut tttid has a skin about sb memorial it falls in a rubber bill, for a purse of that section of tho country seem to havo as soon as arrangements can bo made. pen than mine. In him wo have most as- thick as writing paper. Within is the fruit been totally wasted. f The ball is to be fifteen feet in diam.iPr suredly lost a jewel. Knowing him but a which resembles a fine rnlsin in flavor and The handsomo and artistic cover which and made of facts nEwnomrj not bo expect- consistency, and which contains in turn a Haying sold my farm, I will on tho premise near rubber three quarters of an short while, of ccunc it can now adorm the Chicago Current was design-- d Stanford, soil to the highest bidder, on DfiHwte'sIroa Tenia iach thick, covered with closely braided ed that I can wrilo of hia many virtues sm-tl- l ovrtl feed. They cost (1 cents per t, by the Kobert Burns Wll-o- tarred rope, tt, OCT. S.'lcl, 1SSJ, il.ItWlll nnrlrv nfl Ant(pli tti. ...T nnr ,.T?U".'? to prevent any injury to tho and excellent qualities as they deserve. pound iu IIongKong, 20 cents in San Fran- THURSDAY, , itibn f,Y" ....i... .JJ"iiSMSSS" of Frankfort, and is iudced a credit lo sphere iu casa it should strike the rocks. Who will bo more missd than hi? Yea, cisco, and 10 cents iu New York. ItKAuTU uidVinOllof VOUTin In all llioie The following crtonnlty: Uis taste and skill. ulicaercnnlrlnirncrrtaliianil Ullelen. TONIC. , Wormald expects that the ball will reeeivn echo answers, who? Mattie P. T. iiit'lujv I))K!i'plii.Vuiiturj).ot:tu,liidlfres-lionMules, palrogeil Mulea, l.ait, ,, Atri'iiulli, clc. Us use Is AH in the Lino of Nature. 1 suckling marc SIulc, Joiih McLean says tho voto in Ohio a sufficient momentum while in tho rapids Lexington, Ky., Oct. 1881. or IS Horses, 1 aged villi IniiiicilUto and woniltrliil results. marked li nu Hones, There Is nothing In tho lino ol magic or mastery Jennet,! yearling Jennet, ostra 2.vrr.oll iiiuscli's mill iiiTVficci'lw i.eiYfiiicv. he very close to day, while M. Halslead to hurl it far out into the will .luck, 1 Jack, 1 i'.jpar-oriver, where he about tint wonderful and titur, 3 tliouilud avl mprlli'S llialu l'wer. '"'""" medicine, ParGov. Hendricks, Senator Pnyard and high grado only claims 1O.C00 or 15,000 majority for expects to be picked up by A Jleirers, J jcarllna Httf. k ayErri Minenuif ir .in mm comp a nil small bjat Qeu. Rosecrano spoke to an immenso Dem ker's Tonic. It Is simply tho heat and most rclen-tld- c Sshorlicarlfng Htisrs, in htwd of Cmv and I'TIT, 1TliTlTT'n:i r'untt iMntrn.i 7 J ."'"'"'" (' the republicans combination pcnslblo of tho essential princiwhich win cc waiting for him. Comnrs.. "" iiu"i"K r or iu indniuaiinreiu. I htr. m..... i. .7i.. .',';.'.. .7.Z :zr,Z""" ".'" ?!?.?. y nugbbrcd Jiull 1 Albion HerrferT 1 (iaoc Ho, I T.VA Cincinnati Friday night, pals of those vegetable curatlvta which act lower- f, n"' to' TAi." Lou'sville Timet hoaJs a letter: c.l air will be injected Into tho ball, which ocratic audience at Wood lleainr, 1 Il.icr C.riu Jliill. 3 Wagons, Haiiij i.'j I'no.Vlosa u lli it ( !. nV ,Ut"en It. The a lot of Plow i.t loiinl.rf. Itlnbuw n .1) added 11, tliViioiiiilar hpilnr; Wr?rn, 1 l'.'vkH,y, ba hermetically sealed, nnd Wormald and Saturday night thero wh3 the largest fully snd directly upon tha stomach, liter, kid'Charlie Kfnoaid tmna up in Scotland." will neys lliigglM and Harui, llOorflfcO busbole Wheat. i.'i "''"' 01 inlm.l. 11 cm snyo ho can live in it for ten miuules, if political parade ever seen in lh city. The any and Wood, But there neither Is, nor will be Mli)MM,i,'orili-HtttiN- , AND liUIT IMsas-.s- . successful Imitation ol It. "fl"r' hnl'a long w aju (0 go for such a necencry. He is about 35 years old nnd democracy is thoroughly nrouiJ v, this curing thoao who bail despot. edIt Is all th time cf nvtr tfsitlua; wa born In London. wotk. Importune of well. For jctuttir, year vrlfr ni clilWrsn. READT OIRi YOU I to-d- Mis-sissip- pi We have moved to OUR IffESW TiOOIO. with a MEW of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to STOCK ne-gr- oe As there is a growing demand for GOOIB GOODS,' we have bought the BEST BR AMDS in the market, and those in search of a srme- rior quality should call on us. rar-jorit- sLMlMfMii iMIh js(MWwJai 3 ()R fl e, KOOER, v, liar-rodsbu- "T, MIA, Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. ' aheep-killiiig-do- I LOW PRICES GIVE Prompt i FOR CASH post-offic- -- w drOiass &mm msmm, ly js SSe Ls Plus "Oltea Coffee, i self-mad- e i:st as itio, los. Li-TDiaoli- ly irrt ." C Blew Stoi?! OFFERER -- 9- torch-bearer- CQUEFilRON HOTEL! It flIlky one-fift- OPAKM IFOK i?4v r mm. ft?W mm'ir a d, $1,-00- 0, FUBLgZC SAIE 1 poet-artis- n, Twenty-two2-year.o- "' 1 pur-,noi- 'rrf'"' i-- tna Ci;y,ns. -- V TOfeMBSjajTi 'JS3T3TtOKi && Laikik lot of frch oyntera 8. S. Myers A Co. If. Stanford, Ky., Oolobor 14, furtalo cheap. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ANOTHER ROUSEY KILLED. 1884 t.&N. Mall trsln coin LOCAL TIME CARD. .." " Lirresilraln" Norths "outli Uoutli 12 4 1 Notli Tho above l Mlrulated on standard time I uUmt W mluatw fritor LOCAL NOTICES. ' J to A.M. lMr.ii. u a.m. Solar r. ;. tiro. Bpv your whool onny. lim-- from Tutu A books nt Mo HitAiMji'AiiTr.KsforMliool KoUrts 'c SIuek'. NbwhK!c of ready mixed jkiIiiIji for dprini; tr Je at McHobert. A Slagg'. Watciikb and Jewelry repaired on ahort notico and warranted by Tate & Penny. atvclc of jewelry, latent A airi.irr tyla. Kcckforri watches n iiwciclty. Tate it Penny. PERSONAL. Mm. K. IJ lfAYti:.v l buck from Lou-itrill- e. S?" then, doubt his bravery. Shearin and McGinnis, the men accused of the killing William Hhowmno, late of the w afe unmarried men and Shecren has alL.fi N"., now located at Ilirminnhnui, Ala., ways been noted for his quietude and has wat with old friend hero tvrrral dayi, never participated in any of the kil-Mil. (tiiKENi'i Joxra and wife, of ALSO THE- lings, although he is a brother-in-laof Jacksonville, Mo., are hero on a vlfit, the Jasper, Cim, Arch and other Rouseys who . . Grut time iInci thuy left Lincoln county, 10 Jok II I'd it ix confessed to carrying a up at Charleston, S. C , the second week in were killed in your county, while McGinyear bro. nis is a blacksmith of little notoriety and Hkv Hicmahk It. Maisosy lm arriv- deadly weapon rMnp!mI and was ulvcn 10 December. rather a worthless individual. Nothing ed from H.tilh Carolina and at noon to day lays in jnil and fimnl $2". We understand BOYLE COUNTY. DANHLLE. should be left undone to rind the guilty will tlco ona of our lovuliwt youiu ladle that Hughes his been making murderous Miss Bel In Hughes of Stanford, wbo parties, as life is in continual danger, this threats against a certain good citizen, which to be hi" wife. has ben oor.fiued to her room at the Cen- - being the second act of the kind committed MiKatk Kiikun. of Itoyle, U here we call upon the authorities to investigate tral House, in consequence of a severe surin less than 3 miles of this town in tho last to attend tho Mhony Penny marriage, It will be too late to take cautionary meas-IN THE CITY.- gical operation, is now recovering rapidly. 12 months. II. which will take place at the Iliptiat Church ures after he carries his designs into tiled. Mrs. Mary Hughes who sold her propat high noon. "Hough While under arrest for carrying con- erty on Hsrrodtburi; avenue afev. days ago " Rough on 1UU" clears out lUtiatKl Mire. 13c, on Corn" forCcms and Iiunlcci. Ifc, Tiii: fact tint Mr. Win. Hurton wan in cealed wesjwn. Ssturdav nnd while btfore to Mrs. M. P. Itobertson, disposed of her Thin people, "Weill' Health Itenewer" rettorts a Maine tun-- light procooion at Peabody Judge Varnon in the County Court room, personalty Saturday ovening, the goods health nnd vigor, curn tlyipepslt, Ac. 1 1. durinc hi recent Western trip. han just awaiting hi decision as to the day ho bringing fair prices. "Hough on Toothache" ElTfi Initant rcllif. 15c. leaked out. Mr. Hurton should cive the should be tried, John Lwson leaped out of Lxllei who would reUln frctbnei snd TUacIlj, The memorable case of the town trusdon't fill to try "Wrllt' Health Itenewer." democrat of Lincoln an explanation of lna the window and bcjsn to make a 2:10 gait tees vs. I)uis Faulconer, charged with "Iluchu-palba,- " great kidney and urinary cure. couree. to tall timber. Jailer Tom Newlsnd was selling whisky, waa called again Monday Files, roachci, anu, rati, mice cleared Ml. 1 I.U.MAX, the handaitue and too much for him however, and after a morning for the 3d or Ith time and con- out by "Rough on Katf." ISc. foreman of the London KeUt, Into sharp chase, brought back his game. "Itough on Cougbi," troche, 15c; liquid, 25c. tinued until Wednesday, nobody being Tor children, tlow la development, puny and of Cincinnati, hero on the train Sun' to one Louis beats the delicate, Health Itenewer." NrvrSaturday the L. A N. will run a ready for trial. Ten day returning from a vlil to tho city. The field when the lace does come off. "Itough on DentlU" Tooth Powder. Try it. 15c. Valley Cornet Hind boy are under obliga special excursion train from here to LouisJohn Masonbeimer when in a buggy Xcrvoua Weakness, Dyrpepaie, Sexual Debility t!on to litui fur his Llndctvui while there ville at ?1 V) for the round trip, which inWclla' Hcslth Hentwer." (I. curcl a few days ago with a lady refused to cludes sdmission to the Kipofition. It recently. Mother Swan'a Worm Syrup, fj.-toiereral Iwys whocalled out: "How wormf.conttlpatlou; UiteltM. Mc. Mil Tnot Mcn-ALi'- , ope of our beat will leave hero at 5:17 A. M. and arrivo at asked later in Sticglng, irritation, all Kidney and 'Urinary Re- aro you John?" and being merchant and a moat e'tnpUry young the Kxposition platform at 11 a m. Jl. day the cause, of his unsociability eoiuplaiuU cured by "lluchu-palba.- " the man, will leave to day for Covington where turning, will leave there at 10:15 r. M , Kight awrata, fever, chilli, malaria, dyipepiia, replied: "1 wasn't going to speak to you Excursion trains also run he will at 11 a. M. to morrow lead to the same night. cured by "Wells" Health Kenewer." fellers when I waa with the high tone." lady) it three times the My hubandfwrliei altar, Mir Nannie Jewel Foater, daughter from other Kiintson the road at the same Itev. J. W. Skinner, of Terra Haute, man since using "Wells" Health Itenewer." f ot Mr. T. J. Foster, of this county. The low rate. you are filling, broken, worn out and ner- Ind.,aud Miffl Julia C. Iiufield, of this ceremony will oocur at Mr. John Kmbry'n The Stanford capitalists haye been called place, wero married Thursday evening nt voiu, use "Wells' Health Itenewer.'" CI, OFand will bo raid by Dr. Charlr Taylor, of on to fi'sist in starting another batik and Prevalence of Kidney comrlalnt in America; residence of Mrs. Mouring, tin aunt of Buchu-palba- " quick, complete cure. CI. the Mthcdit church, Tom i to be con- have promptly responded. Mr. M. C. Mil-Ir- r, the tho bride. The ceremony was performed gratulated on winning eo lovely a bride, Jr., of the Farmers National Bsnk, SEW ADTEBTISE3E5TS. by ltev. J. L. McKee and was witnessed by who we are euro will prove a Jewel to him in n short time in raising $50,000 a fow friends nnd relatives of the parties. in nature n well a name. for a new bank in Austin, Texas, which is Mr. nnd Mrs. Skinner will leave in a few -- ATto be organized with n cspitnl of $100,000 days for their home In Indiana. LOCAL MATTERS. and of which ho is to be cashier. Mr. Mil' I hate Just returned from Cincinnati with a full A "Terror" who said he wns from II The Carpenter Home has a new front. MilllnKali ler is a Rood business man and will no linois came to town Sunday, takicg supper line of the latest styles of out atand Winter uugues- .miss tieue crr. hlch I hare opened doubt make the bank a succens. The ladleeare rripeMlully Inilt d to Puck's Hid Iljy at Opera House nt the Clemens house. He was riding a old stand. .T.VS call. ViSTill.l V.lllNU.r,Ky. SUnlord. The performance of "Peck's Had Ray" tine horse which he seld, buying afterwards J9Mt Pjmhii Finn always on hand. J. T. Harley Shiy's Academy of Music has a Texas pony from Wakifield A Co. He ris. nt Chsi rodo aay on the mustang saying ho was -AND The college supper at Ltuoaster took in thus far drawn excellent houses. Mr. bound for Virginia. He displayed conspicPhil. S. Greiner, in the title role, has mado $100. rooms at Mr. B. G. Alford's, I Having scurnl a genuine bit. His natural, spontaneous uously n large bowio knife and, ft Urge re- am prepared tOMrvothe ladles In A Full lot of Zctgler UroV. Shooi just re- humor is decidedly refreshing. Tho play, volver, but ho did not carve or shoot a nnd olhr kinds of sewing In the best style and at reasonable rates. Soliciting a share ot your patron ceived at S. II. Shanks'. " as tho title sUKrfesth, is replete with funny great many people while he was here. He age, I am, respectlully, r.,ru ji.j jfinn s.itu.t- a Stanford, Ky. register at the hotel where he stop-p:2j:.'m Fon Kent. A desinble rotidoncc. Ap- - situations and bristling with "ointa" al- did not so it is impossible to give his name. most evsry line and situation causing a ply to John. H. Crsig. Gov. W. W. Smiley who hss had laugh, while the plot which runs throi.tth Re-war! Fort Sale. 17 nice steers. the play sustains the interest until the fall charge of the work house has given it up It H. Ilronaugh, Crab Orchard. A Kcwntdof Two Hucprd Dollars will If paid of the curtain on the last net. The com- nnd will be succeeded by II. W. French, by the friends of tho la.e J. K Benedict for the pany supjKirting Mr. Greiner is composed night watch for pome timo past. Mr. capture of his murderer. Hecry Itoberis Koberta S. S. Myeiis A Co, hnve moved their u i i Tfturn (if ii-- dark ouu lexlon, hazel received the Largest stock of Fall and Win of rnmetent and tnlented ladies snd gen- French will be succeeded ns night watch eye, smooth race und very had courtenacce. rath- We have nfllr ailnnn f,m ilnn.a f. f ...... probaily 159 Kundi. leadtr-shi- p by John Itallard, late of Crab Orclmid. Mr. er heavy bull), weighing tleman. The orcheatra, under the from old locution Goods has ever been shown in this of Prof. Willis ITobbs, renders some French tried to hivo the fine horse belongMu. A W. Caiii'enthii write that the charming selections from the latest popu- ing to Judge Sumrall which broks his leg TWO FARMS FOR SALE. uro of his name as one of the railroad com- lar music, which is a feature at this popu- last week. He encosed the broken limb in two farim, lrln,? n tho Stanford I mittee was unauthorized. plasterof paris nnd performed other sur- and ollVr for sale one onlamlug I2'4 Are, Wheeling Intelligencer. lar theatre. Somerset pike, of Waynhurg elation, C, a. It. It., mile esit gical operations, but tho poor animal did Coal, lumber and posts as cheap as the and one ol 1.m Arres, 1 mile uorth of said station. RELIGIOUS. not do well and in older to end his suffer- Considerable fruit, plenty of water, timber, ac. cheapest for cash or exchenge for butcher Cassimeres, Dress Silks, Domestics, and killed Sunday evening. Improvements (ilr. Terms easy. M'.m... It-P. T. Halo's mooting closed at ings ho was shot 11. ir, stuff. Call on Williams & Itatnrey. Sbnwld, Cashmeres, Waynesuunf. Ky. Flnnnds, 2'JMm Col. G. II. Pjbynt hi" returned from The train dispatchers hero will havo a McKinney, yesterday with 20 additions. Cloaks, Ottomans, ho has been in the interJeans, Chicago, with its paucity of places of Louisville, where livelier time in the future. Four new administration of juetice(?) It To the Ladies of McKinney Dolmans, Henrietta Cloth, Linseys, worship, has just suffered the lost by fire of est of the trains were put on tho rond yesterday. that several months ago a negro boy Batiste, Circulars, AmlVloInlty. Tickings, the Third Presbyterian Church, valued at stems about 13 years old iqucezed himiolt To riiEVENT currying over we offer all 5S0.00O. Figured Satines, Newmarkets, Prints, am now in dally receipt ot a full assortment of of the waro house of I buggies, pluotuns, surreys nnd buck boards About 100 preachora and elders attend-c- l through tho window Wool Suitings, (Jfinghams, Underwear, distillery nnd carried off severFull ami Winter Millinery, in stock at cost. Come early nnd get a barthe Synod nt Hopkinsville, which has Huglcy's Blankots, Jerseya, Children's Cloaks, which ho disposed of to To which I InWte your attention, confident that I gain. Iliight it Curran. just closed, Mt. Sterling was choien for al pints of whisky Beiges, Bed Ccnforta, arrcstod and carried can pleaso both In style and prices. Itespectfully, Zephyrs, si other boys. He was the meeting next October. .Ti. V. TAltLUlC, Ky. Commrhciko Sunday, tho K. C, now Mcltinuey, violation of the U.S. RevDress Trimaungd, 2j;.;f Table Linens, Yarns, Tho music at the Ihptist Church is be- to Louisville for rum through traini from Covington to Col. Dobyns, who is storeBasket Flannels, Siik Velvets, Balmorals, coming a decided feature. In addition to enue laws and Knoxvillc, wilii no transfer for passengers ! was compelled to appear ns n wit-nOpera Flannels, Velveteens, the well played organ nnd some lino voices, keeper, Curtain Lace, or baggage. in the cseo. When Judgo llarr heard, Mr. Joo F. Waters now assists with n cornet Plaid Flannels, Ilaudkerchiaft, Collars, A romfortahlo residence of six rooms. celUrs, Ac, A suit for divorce nas filed in tho Cir- and the improvement is decidedly marked. tho cao ho nekod why some ono did not wllh S acres of splendid grass land, within tho Hamburgs, Eibbons, Veiling?, of Staniord, Ky. Large limits of the city switch the boy instead of bringing such a cuit Clerk's cflice of jodcrday. Mr, J. 11 orchard of apples, chenles, litmus, Ac. Water from Beadwl Lace, most Kuching, Laces, pom, spring and cistern. This Is one of the trilling matter into court. Siiai'ely Women. Threo or four Walls entrees adultery against his wife dosiraulo homes In Stunford. Terms reasonable. Fringes, Mrs. Amindi Offut is visiting her Addrps Crape, Napkins, tigo American men and women were Sarah, nnd aks the Court to diseolvo the n.T.U.tltttfSt tstanlurd, Ky. VJi'iw generally lean and bony. Our women brother, Mr. II. C Mock, and other relaCorsets, Towels, Hosiery., tie which binds him to her. were lank and thin. Of late yoars, tives in this couuty. Mr. and Mrs. How Gossameres. Hoopskirts, Kid Glfeves, "Pfcic's Had Hoy" ns played hero last however, ft chnnge in the shape of our peo- ard Iticolmvo returned from their bridal All kinds of Notions. Friday night, was ono of tho beat and most ple hag been noted. Tho change is not tour aud havo taken rooms at Mrs. Akln's enjoyablo performance wo ever witnessed. yet very marked with tho men, but tho on Main Street. Miss Louise Scott, of I will Biter at nub'ic sale to the llghcst bidder my place at Iluitouvllle, Ky , oa The email boy laughed to the full capacity women are growing round and fat. At Sherman, Texas, is visiting Mm. W. G. at Boys', of his riiihllity. Winchester Democrat. our watering places, whero people from all Dunlap, on Hror.dway. Mies Nora Givens Wednesday, October 22, 1SS1, Mk's, Childkens'. At tho Stanford Opera IIoujq tonight. Harden, Lot and BtbMe.ono parts of tho country congregate, n bony is in Irtubville, tho guest of Mrs. W. E. Ona Houso and goodnnd Tools, with An room, iS3E-XOE3J- S HlacKsuillU Hhon A 8L10HT chango In tho echedulo on the woman is n rare sigh. Most of the women McAfee, on 21 Btrtel. Mrs. W. G. Proctor paint room, wcod shop and tools; III the shop la rent wllh houc and lol) 30 hrad ol From the following Celebrated Manufacturera: Knoxville ISrnnch went into effect Sunday. aro plump and well rounded. It is to bo is visiting her fatker'dfitmly, 001 U. Jef- iiot aold willMare. it4 aa coo. I Norman Hares cs iinr.nnil Mr. Joseph S. there are In the ooumy ana in raai, iou 12;-1Lilly, Brackett & Co., ferson street Louisville. Alter, Forward it Co., obaerved, however, that sleekness nnd R. L. Stovens fc Co., Tho mail truln North now passes at old Mare by Crow's "Nobby" out of k ''Tom Moore of tho Tribune is visiting' frwnd In Mitchell" tnarc, t line phnelcn I'oiy, kind and Reed & Weaver. difference of curved outlines belong to the Cliaa. Hoiaer. i. M. and Kouth r.t 1:50, only a Col. J. A. mil ip. i srpsr.oiu (leldlng, ns wxxl aa anytojya. a minute in the former and none in the nnd lrianrely clashes of society. Among the interior of New York State. Cowa, Also No. i evta I milk. Uarness, f.ttll0((, S sluale llunsle nd d Monday to 3 slntlo latter. Tho evpress South paicsfl at 1:11 A, hard workers and the pfoplo m (be fron- Fisher went to Shelbyvlllo nJ Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hat, Trunks, Valiece, Carpels, Oil Cloth, Wall 1'nlc, I et of doub: this silvsr wedding of Ida daughter Ktuhearurulture. M., fivo miutsfl latr, and Njrth at 1:15 A. tiers the lean and bony typi still predomI 'jiurwntiif.'Ky. WJ-1- 1 Samnle by mail xihaa desired. Paper. Mrs W. II. Bell, of tbn c'ty inate. m , nearly an hour Mousr. Mthony-lVnn- Dk. W. II. Penny U down with the tunlarUI fever, Miw May A hash, of Mt. Vernon, returned to Colleo yeMerday. V. If. Mn.i.r.u and W. U Moltoburtu went to Clnolnnati ywlorday. Mus It I). IlKVCBam! Hi. Simla Ye. ger, of Iljyir, are tha L'inta of Mm. J. Mac. Jlrure. Jin L. 0, Kir.MN, the reirt'ntative of the Hm Uwl and Shoo Manufacturer, llnell, ii in town, J. V Alcorn, 151 , Himt to the WIN liaiakburK Court yratcrdnr, and It. C. Warto Uie Sowerwl. ren, MwD Flohekok Kstd and Ifannnh PalrenmeyeMerday to prvwnt at the MB. A destructive tire nt Liberty, Va., .... Parksville, Oct. 13. Geo. W. Itausey , n lo'n of SI 50,000. C. lllTLEY, tho merchant tailor, haa caused was shot and killed in a of a mile of this Saturday's quotations atChicgo were village this morning about 7:30 o'clock. He j on hand n very fine, Una of suitings. Call November wheat 78J, coin 53. at once and oxmnlnc. wai coming down the knob to this place Iiring me ynur country sides and hams with a load of posts. Two shots wero disu Crab Orohard man and gel very highest price. I r in reported Ihut T.lt. Walton. tinctly heard by partie in town and immehsn gone to Cincinnati with n eooro or more Gover & Cnttron bought of J. II. diately nfter the Grst shot some one, supof nrgroca to voto in the Ohio election to A Co , n car load of fat hogs a. posed to bs Itousey, was heard to halloo day. and G. G. Fair, some calves at S15. m 'Obi Lordv." The team of mules with the A palo rod bull calf is at my houso Jurr recelvtd a largo and aeloct aort- wngon came on to town and stopped at the ment of dry goods in the latest fall style, nnd the owner can get him by calling on plate where he was in the habit of unloadmo and paying charges. Spsars FUher.' which nro marked down nt ing posts. The shots took effect, one In lis The trotting raced began at Lexington left Wllayden. pricoi. J. breast, the other in his neck, either yesterday. Johnson, the great pacer, will CiBW. GWT.N Cl.AY SMITH, hnving got- would have been fatal. Itousey fell beinskc an effort to lower his record of 2.001. tween the wheels and was dragged some ten Interested In a protracted ineeling will Dr. S. G. nooker sold to Gover A Cat distance by the wngon, when tho wheel not fill any of his nprmlnlinentii no elector tron, a lot of 1251b, shoata at 1 cents and passed over his leg breaking it, Coroner for St. John in this vicinity. G, M. Camden sold to same, n lot of cattle W.P. Withrow wrh sent for, nnd summonstook of at 2 to '', cents. Wk have now open tho finwt ed a jury composed of our best citiz'ti', Htraytxl, from tho old Urldgewater Ladies' Dolmnns, Circulars and Xenrnmrk- M. Dower testified that they red heifer, with young J. A. and F. eti ever exhibited In tins cection oi Ken- place, a heard shots and heard him eay "Oh! calf. Will giyo $5 rcwaid for her delivery tucky. KJnitslon A Owsley. Lordy." Mariah Durham, col., testified say without inveitiKnting tho to me. W. It. Jarvis. Don't The drouth hi the Carolina has lasted that she saw two men coiog toward where mutter, "I am oppoeil to votlug any railRousey was killed, just proceeding the road, any amount whatover," The road eighty days. Water is very scarce, and its shooting, nnd recognized them as teinc nsks no gift, but offers to give ample secur- usee is limited to purposes of rciuil neces- James Shearen nnd Ren McGinnis. Geo. ity arid oiio that will in a few yars piv us sity. Tobacco and other crops were greatly Itousey, as many readers of this paper will damseed. handsomely. 1. (J. Terhune bought of W. L. Head, remember, is the son of John Rousey, who Au. Ihnnel, ladies' cloths and wooli'n 11 2 year-old mules, for which ho paid 530 killed John Lamb some years ago. After-wat- d gooils of every dwctlption oarriwl from last psr head; also bought 21 mules, fair cotton Geotge killed Jasper Shearen, brothsiMn will lieniaikul down nt very low stock, at and average of 539 0 por head. er of John Lainb. .These parties arc all pdoes. Tbcy are j'i! as good and desiraHarrodshurg Democrat. related and it seems tint this kind of work ble a fiesh goods, but we went to make N. I). Lackey sold to II. O. Gover 20 will never teae until every one of the ! Mc-Alis- tcr rook-bottut- n yy iii RiftS -- WHOLEBALE AND HRTAIL- - GROCERS I AND JOBBERS OF FLOUR AND MEAL WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- - WAGON: KiTsPff f?i !., y 1 Meddinjr Mit. 1,100 Ibcattk-- at $155. same a yokoof steers at of hunters ami othor to their largo stuck 1 nnd $2 premium and 10 head of osttle jutt received of breech ind inutzio loiding at o cents and $ 1 pteniium on the head, From all sidis come the most shot guns, rifle, gsmo big, shot pouches, reports eoi.ee nung the magnitude tmwder lUsks, powder, shot nnd iiistrumcnts and oxcellcnco of the tobacco crops in this for loading and reloading brech-lodin- g put of the Statu the present reason. All gun. Prices lower than ever before. agree that It is as large and fine a crop as Wallace K Vaiinon, County Kloctor, ever produced hereabouts for a numbtr of will speak at Tunnel City, Oct. 18tb; Henderson News. years. Oct. 22d; Halls Gap, Hrlght's School-HousA Southern racing circuit has been Oct. 2 1, at night j Crib Orchard, Oct 25th tshlished. The first meeting will be at ami Hustonville, Nov. 1st. The speaking to Richmond, four days, commercing October commence at 2 o'clock in tho afternoon and 21. After that will come Greenville nnd 7 o'clock at ninht. Columbia, S. C ; then Augusta, Gs., to wind e, -- room. J. W. I lay den. hoadof 1,100 to McItaiiKiiT AStawi call tho attention J. M. Hail sold to name meets a similar fate. We never knew so much excitement here, as oir town is noted for quietude end rarely ever having any disturbance. The jury now fails to make p. verdict ncd are to meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Rousey wns a robust fel low about 35 years old and had been considered a very brave man until he killed Jasper Shearin about n year ago. Some, sin.--: AIO CAItKKAra&S, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. XKEosf Complete Iain 3as?d war and, Qneenis ware Wo Guarantee Prices as Low as any Houso in the country, Patronage. Ixd-bug- i, And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your ped uie'-Wel- BRIGHT & CUERAN. b" cl-I- FALL OPENING -- d MILLINERY. ISTE'W CrOQIDeS - DUTCSS - 3IAKING! Dress-Maki- EDMISTON d, ,,, 0WSL $20Q .iu-.n- Stanford, Ky. . just ter that market one-ha- lf J33E&Y GOODS. v. .. FOR REKfT to FUBIIC SjHIal3. CLOTHING: BOOTS Sl3M33 ")" well-to-d- o "'"'j.1,1 4-tu --- 'iiJiiVrf ?A J 1 How Two WI10 Mothers Oaardoil Their The Lincoln Count Ciurt ooniposed of S 'ffo Wo aro running our mitt fjr Cirilliu and Spinning secured, and Trule-MirOUsprlng-dre- nt Cnt Mortality. the Justiccn of the rvrrnti. ruitent cauaes In the l'llont OHUe and and and ilolnggool work. Wool cm be aent by rxprou the County Judge ar.it all other Norwich Cor. N. Y. Sun.l touinmlroturneiliitns war, l','' grmsa iorure. the Courts promptlr nnd eutfiilly n'UudeU ly Peace of Lincoln couat at its ttrm held hi bundles. Canting trutle rolls, 8 cts , black, Tho Connecticut cat is fertile in expediOctober 14, 18S4 Ky., Stanford, on iMomiay, the Oth day of October, ISSi, Upoo receipt ol model or skslchot Inrontlon, I and mixed, 10 cts., pir pounl when grano Is fur ents. Ed. Parkhurst'a cat, at Norwich nlnhe.1, 3 cents a Mod when we furnish It. Sead oa 1 tElTZi&T?, 1 rSi m c UiT.T ' mtkurnrtful eitmlnnlloD, nodaJvtis at to pat- your wool and glr, un trial. entability freo of clinrgo. Town, finding that she could not llvo mule the following order: :. ir. Wats ax .citwj.v, Tuts day V. 0. Welch appeared and Fees iiimfri'rtf r. and I msk 110 riili'jo 270.m poacoably with dogs, boys, and othor MlUhsllsour. Ky Ih nrcuretl. Information, tinlvHH THB ORCAT OCEAN LOVE CHASE. cats, took her kittens in her teeth, ono at a read to the court an act of the General As- ailTlce andpntrntreferences sout on Mipllcstlon. special AN time, scratched her way up tho bark of a sembly of Kentucky entitled, "An act to Washington, 1). C. Kesr U. 8. Patent Office. big elm in tho front yard, and stowed authorize Lincoln countr to raire money to PURSUED BY A REuENTLESS ADORER thorn in a hole in tho troe, olghteen feot deep, aid in the construction of a railroad thro' from tho ground, that was Having determine! to change mr tmalneii, I S'rugxln oti nn Ooenn Strainer In a with an opening just largo two feetfor her slid county," approved JIiv 1, 1S34 and ! enough oOer lor tilo (prlrAiolj-- my diw Mill, Mliutal on Storm" Man Overboard t " How llrush Creek, In Casey county, Ky. The Knglne to crawl through. Thero she onjoyed lifo thereupon presented a petition, which is ltoccr Win n IH'UUtlful tOxlu: Conn This notlco forewarns luintcrf, flaliennen and Isslillotiarr; lliller Hull; Knglns (irltt with hor family. Whon she was off call filed, signed by the Chesapeake & NashKilile. lllglng Siw mid tramps not to tresiuMon our Ian Is without per tcr8hari:HIit. tperty It wall. known and it til atfng at night sho know Hint the kittens wcro tached. Tho pr Railway Cc. by E. Zimmerman, Pres- mlMlon, as ill such nets aro liable to be procccuted 2s Y. Journal. safe. Sho was in tho holo from early in ville to the full oxtoutof the law. Goutl It it mil uk Order. Sweot ollio Allison wua umlmtlt illy August until a heavy rain storm came on ident, and by W. G. Welch ani 27 oilier D, Stanlord. Ky Match lTtti. 1831. (Signed. 1 UuiAW.M.McUoriuacr, McKlttrlck. Timber plenty and acceiilble. t would be willing wlileli ilrow .young tnon to a fowdays ogo and the tree leaked. In citizens and residents of the justices' distho attraction A. W. Carpenter, H. T. limb, touching, fur gold Urm atock, auch as Mulvs, Uer father's Louie by the Lalns of Klllnr-tiotho height of tho storm she crawlod out tricts of Stanford, 'Walnut Flat, Turners-vill- t lleiu, a yIllation, Horaes, Ottle, .to. 1,0 I Hubble, It. Cobb, l'ereons wltlilng to engigo In the lutubfr hutl Sho was a veritable coquets ninl with n kitten in her mouth and transferred and Hustonville precincts, asking this lllgglni Kelly, K, I), lthodes, Doss wilt Und a good opening !r applying Without Change and with Speed Unrlvalei soon had nil of them laying their bauds, It to tho house cellar. With great di faW. C McCormack, II. (ill I.O(l,lX, to be held in (I. U. A J. K. lloTcr, Iiorirts and fortunes at her feet. Only two culty sho carriod all tho kittens to tho eel court to cause an election M. II. I.ytlo, L. Carter IMMf Hustonsllle, Ky. SHORTEST QUICKEST ROUTE AND J. W.Weatherford, said districts to take the snse of the quali T. J. 11111, of her many suitor appeared to make nny or. Wm. llurton, C Vanoy, rHOU LOftSVILLK TO THE impression on her heart. Tho lucky onoa John O. Cooloy's cat, at North Frank- fied volers therein upon the proposition J. A. Harris. 8. Murphy, J. woro Harold Fit zpntiick and Roer Mil. lin, disliked tho confinement incurred in hereinafter set forth. Upon consideration V. W. Carter, J. M. Hill, Ed. Carter, J. 11. Mc.Mlster, Harold Anally asked her to marry him, wntehing four kittens all day, and sho J, I). Jones, petition the prayer thereof is T. J. FotT, and she consented. Her father's permis- placed thorn under a motherly hen, which of which T. M. White, J. Q. Montgomery THE DHUGGIKT, PUILMAN CARS (J. A. ttcnodlct, sion was readily obtained, as bo lived for was trying to hatch a porcelain egg in a granted and the court hereby orders that II. K. Marcum, V. K. Anion M.T. ItutMll, Mill Itock, 'donlnouiery Atlahta Jnoab, - nothing but to see hi i daughter happy. nest, two feet away, on the same haymow. an election shall be held on Saturday the A. I). Nenland, It, J. Durst. Jackiontllli, Mobile, and New Orltaos. Tho following day Rgeraked !ior to Tho lion clucked, lifted ti.ir wings, and 15th day of November, 1S31 in said Stan- ti. W. 01 ni. A. O. Ncwland. Ib Preparing Tor n r.lrcly Slimmer lyr) become his wife and almost fainted wht:i welcomed tho ltttor. The cat went clT to ford, Walnut Flat, Ttirnersulle and Hus BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Trade. she told him sho had already become tho while away tho dav, returned at night, In )'Uc(.'ars Without (.l.aiif;. tonville justices' districts cr precincts to promisod wife of Harold. and took back hor oHipring. Each mornills line of gooJi, In erery Tarlely uiutlly found SHOHT LIME TO THE EAST Rojor turned away Ids I ea 1. One ob- ing thereafter the kittans were put off on take lhesen?e of the qualified voters therein a Hrst'Clasa House nt the kind, la rroaa Lountillala 1'alacaCars nftlioulchaiire ject only in lifo remained to him to show the hen, tha cat strollod away, and tho in upon the following stated proposition, to largo and complete. hen entertalnjd thorn by clucking to them wil: Whether or not the county of Linhow unworthy as ho firmly believed Judicioui Alterations in the Internal ArEMIGRANTS Harold was of calling Nolly wife. Ho luff until tho cat came back at night. Thoy coln shall ifsue bonds to the amount of rangements Seouro Room Oomfort receive tpc-.iilo.v tnt the village next day. answored tj both tho clucking of tho hon ! i See A ii and responsibility E. H. BURNSIDE, ptp ny I r rsln, roulei and Bettor Display. ' Meanwhile tho tio i forth? wod- - and the ,speciilc matornal call. Tho hen $150,000 upon the credit .tc wme r v n 0 r i T a. of the four above named districts and ding Letweon Harold nu i ellit went sat on the kittens for about two wepks, Particular attention Is called to "' tri fMI. Ky. along quickly. The happy day wa only and then they ran nwny, loiviug her dis- whether said county upon the credit and This Old Well - Known A Largo and Elegant Addition to the three days distant wu i Roger roturnod consolate Thera was a void la hor affecresponsibility of the eaid districts shall acMaintains Hotol to tho country. His appearance caused a tions that n porcelain eg; was incompeStock of Jowolry, High by purchase or gift, title to or the sensation. Ho wai pain nu 1 liajg.ml. Tlio tent to 1111. After brooding on her nest quire And articles o Tettu. over a strip of land through AN next day, however, another sensation for two days sho gave u;i t'je attonipt to fkfUH RELIABLE SELF-CURbt.ntleil the piacf tl v llajors. Nelly hatch tho eg, and began t lay oggs Ihe county, uch ai may be necMsary for E , inch Its Proprietor it Determined that Allison mid her Loro!il husband !nl azaln. Mr. Cooley bollsvej that n Uttor the .,.. or for depots and A farnrlto" nrevrrlntlnn n .m ;.,....-..'.."..it Shall be Second to no Country ."". Htl rt m.v. ..v,.. am. disappeared. Whon this was kuow.i of kittens is tho only thing, except doath, grounds as may be cecei'ary at Stunford, (now retired . lor.uvirumtofetHxiaiinia in ihe II. ecu re Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, Sertoli. itrhlHtw. Hoor Lisle entired the Alliso: amnion, that will "break up" n sitting hen. M.H Jfnnfto.d, Men Will be Inaugurated March lib, 1SU. Ky., for depot buildings, machine shops, Appointments', or AttenlnMlnJeJeinrie)iWr. Unitstcunillt, which ho hail no! entered since Ills sumLast winter an oxtraordir.iry distemper Address DR. WAnD & CO., Uulilsns, Mo. tion to Comfort of round houses, water supply, Ac, for the mary dis'iiissnl by Nelly. Ho asks l to appeared among tho cits of Eitorn Contheir Quests. see Mr. Allison alotv. His reqisf. .i necticut that kept them sneering and kept said Chesapeake & Nashville Railway. granted. Kog'r told dim he had found them at it until their vitality was exhaust- The amount of money to be raised and for -- TUB; will be conTcjtJ to aid from the de out that HsrJld had already been married ed and they died. They moped about tho the raising of which bonds are to be issued, free of chargs. Special accommodation! Only Democratic Paper in New in England and after living with hi 4 wife roads with swelled heads, sneezing conto Commercial Traraleri. The liar will in case the qualified voters iu said districts always applied Tilth the eholetat u yoar had basely desr:o 1 her. When ho tinually, and whan their anxious misYork! Now bran Ji or Liquors aad CUara. & returned to tin village he rallod on Harol 1 tresses approached scowled wickedly at by a majority vote adopt or affirm this and infonne.1 him if ho did not leave tho them. Many valuable cats, some of thorn proposition, is the aforesaid sum of jloO,-00Evory Domoornt Should Road It. Chicago villagj he would mnki knovr.i the story. worth ton dollars to their owners, perished and such additional ottm as may be College. Dally, He had promised to do this, but had in- In tho towns and villages of Windham aud IJ, II.J0; Weekly, own ti necessary to acquire the aforesaid rights-of- THE OXLY LINE UL'NNlNtl DOLLAit er year. duced Nelly to accompany Lim. Now London Counties. In sjmo casei the STANFORD, KY. Rowr, after leaving Mr. Allison, again sick cats woro chased down and subjected to way, &c The bonds to be issued for the CAN loft tho villnje. flu tracd tho fiuitiv.-- s Curs! medical treatment, nnl it was d.se jvered purpose of raising eaid proposed sums of as far us Ltverpo )I nn l af or much illflj. that tho patient died nt an earlier tage of money shall not be sold at hm than their With a Full Corps of Teachers, By any manor woman, Klrl or boy who will or AND SOLID TltAINS Itauue 1.1 ui lor culty found that thev hid taken passage complaint than if permitted to ilie unald par value nor bear a greater Late of interThla Institution will open Ita Fifteenth Btwlon on . White S a- - steamship that wjs nb:ui ed. This fall n new and still more deadly C percent, per annjei be WEEKLY EDITION LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO and to THE than oaths 1st Moaday Id September ueit. u to sail early next morning. Witiioa distemper is approaching from Daubury, est The great Kann and Hosne Newipaper, complete Roser hlrad a an I was in the western part of the State. It has due twenty years from the date when isin an iuurrinienis. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A BraxuLhonric-I'saavnctaken 011', to tho steam r. lis cam!i-reeri (rem the Knot-Tltalready reached the Connecticut valley, sued, or sooner, at the option of Lincoln Itraneh j,f 1. A N. Jl It. rr,B In Lwlitlll, on board an I hid hli.welf In t :o steerage. and owners of favorite cats intneThamoj, county. The proceeds of said bonds are to AOENT3 PAID IN CASH. lo .ul1 tb8 exeats; train of lha Monen 1? '..? Thre ho disguised Iihmelf as an Imm- tiholuukct and Quiimebau; River valloys be invested in the acquisition of the rights- - THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Koute"aidaotbriitU For 100 sulcr!bcrs at SI eeeb M will be paid; for igrant nt.il pi'oparod to uatc'j for the run- aro in a flutter of expsctatlon and dread. (Jrccncastlc. ('raufordsrlllc, l.ar.iyotf Are taught, M wellu M iilwrltr, $12; fur 23 inbtclbfti, 5i aforesaid and in the purchase at away. Ho watched an I wait d iu vain Tiio dkoabu works very rapidly. It comes una Clilcfljfo nHlioiit cliaKe. lor It subscriber, 1; for lOaubactl- for several days. On-- i vory stormy night, on without nny premonitory symptoms, their par yalue of the first mortgage bands MU6IC. THE IiAIIGUAQED. DMAW-INbrs, It, lurS subscribers, SI. TIME TAM.K. d AND PAINTIIIO. when the rain pou-odown In torrents tho hair comes off and the cat swells to of said Chesapeake & Nashville Railway Acnta Wanted la Erery Town and Villain. Clr- HTa 1'iuNa. Dally. Dally. an I tho wave's ran mount iliu high, ho such o sizo thut ho can not a climb or utter Company, tie purpose of the proposed accuiars ana sample ipira 1 ire. hwi lor them. Lre. IouItTlII... . . crawled up oti.tho secon I deck for the o 7 SI put a sound, and, after a day or two, ho dies tion of said four districts being to aid the Arr. ftreneitl. 1 01 aw 2 01 m of j some air. Ho was of melancholy and disappointment. Phy" Crfrd,Tlll... .m quip-me10 aro a o p n Io Tuition, prices rnr k from 128 to WO In tb to hear voice-- . Th words Were; " Ijifireiir sicians arouuablo to successfully diagnose company in the construction and t a id 4 II pus II regular Itepartraeuta. Prluary, liSj " Chleano " t of their road. But no such invest- (30; I'repaatojy, ISO. tad Collegiate, Intermediate 7 Sfl a ui 5 IQ pm "Nelly, I will many you as nooti in v o the Uiseajj, which does not yield to tho .. tJO. l'ilOM NOW TO NOVWIIIKll. reach America. But I don't soa why y m is to be in bonds or practice or to catutp. ment inemoiiuireci roule, wiib only one thanreol polnla WlwentlB, flnnela, Iowa didn't obtain tho 0110 thousand puu,iU Try II III rarf, loall Ac Korlu larther I u formation, addreti Try III! For full particular!, as to Board. Ac address made, unless their raid road is built from Nebraata, Pronunciation In Lincolnshire, sterling Irora tho old man's safe, thorn;!!. HUN. N. O. THUKIIKAHT, MU11UAY KKLLKIt.!!. I'. A., Richmond Junction in Lincoln county and Twenty pvmnt. may be retained til orders 0 Stanford. Lincoln Co., Ky. lllartford Couranu) He would never say anything about It." Uulatlll. Kr ..' 10 or more euplc to one addrrai. Our Auioricati custom of calling tho extended from that point through Lincoln "What, would you havi mo steal, " prong of a fork a tyne Is a Lincolnshire county in a westerly direction to Nashville, answered a low, sweit voice. "Steal? Pshaw!" returned Harold with peculiarity and came over with our fath- Tenn , or to some railroad running to KENTUCKY B SI I'AHK HOW, NEW YOKK. ftll a coarse laugh. "You totter turn in now, ers. Tho more general word prong Is In- Nashville and unless said road is as well deed driving it out, but a tyne is underI want to smoke a little." as the She turned slowly away with a stifled stood in Lincolnshire alone. Tae older and substantially built and equipped "illiioUrttSM main stem of the Louisville A Nashville men hero distinctly romomber the pronunsob. . W, aaenH. 1AM M. aOBDKTT. 8hortet and Quickest Route from Oen After sho disappeared Harold muttered! ciation of nature and creature, nutur and Railroad and no greater amount of such tml Kentucky to all Points North, DfJltDETT & JJKOWN, "Poor fool." "Foolish, but will not bo critter, just as thoy were pronounced iu first mortgage boods are to be issued by the Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Eut, West and Southwest. your dupe much longer," cried n lioarao New England fifty years ugo. Perhaps company than $30,000 to the mile, and ,VT UN 13 VH AT lu A.AV The only llnernnDing voice at his elbow. He tunud and oven tbo most amusing of these local peculiarISl-lMT. VERNON, KY. Fast Line l)tnn in the inky darknois the white, deter- ities is the Lincolnshire way said bonds are not to be taken or paid for work PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS ALEX. ANDBltUON, mined face of Rogr could ba sejn. In a of calling a cucumber acowcumber, which except when an equivalent amount of LXI.GTO.V A CISCISSATI. ATTOUNBV A.T IjA-AV- , uiomont he had grappled with him. The the older readers of the CoUrant will on said road has been done (upon estimate Schedule In Effect Hept. t, uji. DANVILtE, KY., two men with bated broath struggled for promptly recall as common in their child- of competent engineers) in Lincoln county, -Will practice In the Ooarta of Boyle and adjoining the mastery. Finally Harold, who was hood. Go, too, that quaint archaism which and 30'per cent, of same shall not be paid KoTTT NoTT" o. It countlea and to the Court of Appeals. i, TKOM Dally much the stronger, lifted his opponent up- many of us so well remember of calling a Dally Dally Ex. bun Ex. Sua, on tho guard rail and with a fierce impre- cow a caow, and a pound a paound, re- until the whole road from Richmond JuncB. FIBH, J. oul8vllIc, ClucliuiRll Hntl Lex mains in full force not only in Lincoln- tion in Kentucky, to Nashville in Tenne-se- e A.t Lnw, cation hurled him into tho water. Lt. CoTlntton .... S 10 pm 2 OOp in lngton, Ky., And Master Commlailoner Itoctcaatle Circuit Cour. " Kaliaoulh..... Itlpig Si a is S SI pm shire, but has extended throughout all En"Hulpt" is completed. The said rights-of-wa' Cynthlana... 10 In p m VKKNON, KY. MT. II 00a in 4 41 put Will prattle In the Hoekcutle Courts. CollecVTilto Star steamer, gland, and may be called the accepted Ste., as hereinbefore mentioned, are to be , Four days later tliB Arr. l'arls IO 40 pmjll Dun ft 13 p U (1MJ tions tpeclalty. Office lu Leilnglon. with Harol 1 and Nelly, arrived In Ibh pronunciation of tho diphthong ou. I 11 io I'murn pm B 00 pn upon such ceded to said railway company Lre. l'arla city. When they Ian led at Castlo Gardon hear it, uot only in tho cathedral pulpits, 10 40 p Connecting In same depot with fait trains for mil 35 . m a vi pm IiBB 7. HUFFMAN. Arr. WUcheler....lt la H lulU 10 p m oopm neither noticed a modlum-- s zed man with but on the lips of tho shop boys. It has lerms as they may agree upen, to be paid LTd. Winchester 12 so p m 6 20 p m STANFORD. KY. olack and hair who hovered survived in Philadelphia ami, perhaps, iq the capital stock of 1 aid company, by the Arr. Illchuond... 1 30 p m 7 IS Office South aid Main tilrel, two doors above pin noar tnem like a moi3enger of elsowhere with us, but it has mainly bjou commissioners to be appointed in behalf of " 1 jocaiier ... 4 as p iu H 41 pm the Myers UoUlt " lUiwland Ili9 young couplo wont to a boarding-hous- o laughed out of New England. 5 15 P m u Ul p iu in the event this propoei-tio- n The Direct Honte toLynchbnrg, Dan Pur Nitrous Oxld Gas administered when reLincoln county quired. ou Ureenwich streot. While at the But to me tho most interesting connecArr. llere ville. Norfolk, , . IMpiO shall be adopted by the qualified vo" Llrlnipioc a is p in .. supper-tabl- e Harold chancnl to put his tion betwoen Lincolnshire and New En" DB. W. D. PENNY, UAN.ltyl 4 S3 p in .... hand in his cpat pocket. There he felt a gland pronunciation is tha little word ter as aforesaid. " Wllllamaliuri All Virginia and North Carolina 6 t2 p m DssntlHt. , " Jelllco ..' crumbled note. He opened it, and when " been." It has long boon a wonder to me r. as p m It Is further ordered that the officers apBTANI-OKDPoints. KENTUCKY. ae road the one word In it ho fainted. Tho how and why that word should bo pro pointed to hold the regular election in eaid For tickets and lurther Information, apply to So. 3, Ko. I, 7,o.ll Office nrerllobLH. I.ytU's etor. Ofllc hour your neareat ticket otfee, or addreaa word wus " murderer." Tho noto nounced not only iu New England, but d Train Dally Oallr from 8 to 12 A., u, and I to S p. u, Aoeathetlca ad precincts for the present year W. J. Bkso, W. P.. AltHOU), IH4-ly- r. Notes. llx. Hun. Ex. bin. to tho ground unsoen. Harold soon throughout the United States, 30 different districts or rolnlsterMl when nncowarr. Adrertlslng Agt., Ticket and Vm. Aet., (except the sheriffs, who are to be appointIouITll!e. Ky U23 lour til Ase I. re. Jrllloo. ...... iwvlved; his choeks wero blanched, but he from what it is in England and in all hor 50 a m H. W. VVIA.r.K, " LlTlnaitoii... II 4i a iu; many colonies. In England, Scotland, ed by the sherifVof Lincoln county as his C. W. NH1TJI, Jiunuged to stammer out: Oen'l I'aaa'r Au't. en'l Manager, " llerix ..... ,U H . 11 "1 vns overcome with ihi heat." Ireland, Cannda, Australia, Nova Scotia, deputies) shall hold the election and take ittcbmoDd. Virginia. Arr. Itlclni.ond "I I p m' He told Nolly that night that ho would South .Africa, It is made to rhymo with the vote herein provided for at the regular Lie. Itowland-- ! ." II IS a mi lolfer fur wle prlrately my tirai, near the many hor next morning. Bright and oarly seen and between, whereas lu our country " . .. II It a iu .., A Golfer's Mill pike, 1 mile wnt of Jit. voting in each of said districts on " Hlfhmond u minister was called In and opened the it is mado to rhyme with siti and din. It places of I US p in' i, 01 a m Lincoln county, containing Bale " Winebitter.. a as pm!.,. Baid loth day of November, 1S34. At 7 00 a in (J7k AcrfH. There 1. a largj barn on tbo plant marriage" serviced Suddenly a deep voice wan all explained when I came to Lincoln- - the Is well Lra Islington and tbn other Imprurementt are lair. It 1 l m 3) p m 7 3S a in :ned out: smre nuu lounii time me oia local usage said election each voter shall be asked Th Mrcct fioutc to- watered and fciicvd. 1 bavo 5 acrtvi in tobacco und Arr 1'aria s a p i 2 IS iti 8 10 a "1 forbid this marriage. That man has thero was to coll it bin, and that is not yot whether he votes for or seainat the propo 15 acre In corn that! will toll ill tier with the Lre Winchester 2W p tall So a in 7 20 iu Terms lib Arr 1'aria f.irm or mil, ua the purchaser dlr Hero aro tho entirely driven out to this dny. I havo sltion eubmilted (which U the proposition , g- weti already married. irnl. Cill on or addresi li. W. HI.XX, Lre I'arii S"P ". a is , ,u H.Wati proof.." p not beon nblo to traoe that othe." n jo Ml. talem, Ky. li.1m nui hereinbefore leciled) e.jjii hii vote nhall be Arr CyiitbUiu ,N (6 i m 2 as p m 1 Harold gasped something inaudible, am, pronunciation of the arae word, r. p ia 3 57 lalnioiilh by tbo way of . Northwest and Southwest be provided by j, u, a ,, recorded in n poll book, than gave a wild, innrtlculnto laugh and "lien," but I could not And it In LincolnCotlnnton ... 1 M p in, S p m 30 n n. fell prone on the lloor. Nelly fnln ed. shire. But many words w hich the oldpr tho clerk of ibia court at e.tpene of county laOriSVIJiIjLBorCia'CTftTJATI. mcpaKaisam Rogr, for it wus he, then steppod for- peoplo will remumbor ns now n.ostly gono for thut purpose at each voting place, which .nAY.svii.1.1: iin.iM'ii. ll leaving Ctattanooga lor ward und told in a plain manner what be by, such as put with a short u, pretty pro& No. as be returned in the time and by the All rri.minr, UUlo and Clnclnna'l nuko 10. J51T. Nil. fli, Ko. 81, irftlllS at those lntiwitli tlio I.tht-nin- e nad discovered about Harold's oarly ca- nounced puhty and purty, heard pro- snail NOaril.ltOL'ND. bumlay Dally Dally (ounectlou sitno officer a in csce of general election's, directExpruu on tbo Ohio A .MlsUaslppI for bt Louisville, Cy,, t'lnolnnatl, O., and Indlanaolli, only. Ex. Him. Ex. tun. reer, not forgetting to mention tho fact nounced heord, I Hud well iemmbcrcd in Ind.,doaleralii ateluway A hoiis', Decker Hroa.1. be ascer- Louis and all points West. and tho result of eaid election is to it bis tming thrown overboard by Har- - Lincoln and Boston. llaluea', J. A ('. Fischer, Vow A booi', llaldwlu A Lre CoTiniton. 2 00 n in uara I'lana I'i rlej; tained and certified in the manner prescrib" I.tliiton Oi.'a OittaKe, Uprlijht and 7 00 a iu. no nail Ueon picked up almost by 7 38 a in; 4 30 Only from Louisville or Clncin-XT " 1'arls . 7 43 a iu JIoHfiultor. ed by the act hereinbefore referred to. In TH nUUlb nntl to St. Ixmip, being two hours &lao tlio Katey, ribcmliier aud llamtltou Organt. 18 a m 9 30 p ni a miracle by a steamship In the rear, and p .r Instruments Butd at prices aud terms to 10 A 47 1. ,n w 9 Baltimore Sun. each ol eiid poll book there shall be a col- ijutcker than any other line, siring our awuii,'Frs chaxra. Iion't giro your orders till you ault our Arr Mlllerbur,. 8 SO a iu! 0 10 a hh it was n faster sailer thun the White got " CnrlUlo...." S a 00 ui A 117 .... time A correspondent write of th-- j trials and umn headed, "For lUilroid Aid" and n going for meals and first choice of stilts lu trains prices and terms. l'it-o(UIfciuvllle, Ky. " JdlllUOIl ,.,., a 17 a ml h 3tar vessel, arrived at New York in'nd-vnncm, ,w West. " iUjtll .... 10 00 a 1111IO 4a m 7 tf J, m SO a tribulations from mosquitoes as follows: column headed "Againd Railroad Aid" and and ho Roger was enabled to m rent APRI7P Nid ii rraitl7 lor poalnK" anil recelT box of gooda, which rPe, runaways at Castlo Harden. In wns "I livo in Anno Arundel County, Md., noar the votes of all pereons votine; in favor of 12 Hours Quicker No. 48 nrc.-a- T SSS tho ), will helpall, of rltli'r mx, to more money rip lit Sunday Dally Dally he who .had slipped the noto Into Harold'j Patuxent River, on 11 farm whi. u is known the proposition herein recited fhall be re- lino going by way f Clilcwgo. away than anything ele In this world. Fortunes only. Kx. Bun. Ex. Him the namo of Terrapin Island. On ac- corded in the column first earned and of by await tho workers absolutely sure. At onco ad. pocket. voting aainet said proposition in the Lre MayaTlllo 1 IS p mi 3 4S n drwuTta'uA Co., Auguita, Maine, During this explanation Harold had not count of dry weather tho mosquitoes aro thoeo m 20 p m " Johnson 1 37 p 0 SO r in 1 SO p m TraJolUrl. Hl'ltltAI'N Nl'lIClt'IC, stirred. Ho still lay prone on tho ground. in abundance. Sunday night August 31, column last named.notice shall be given by " Carlisle. a p 7 a 2 41 At least 20 days' " Mllloribiirg.... a &5 p nn 7 41a m 3 02 p m Ho had fainted. When ho recovered it thoy soomod to rocolvo reinforcements, p election s .10 p m - Ilia m 3 21 n iu .rim (Jrent I'ligllnli Hcmctljr, Arr Paris Always ni.il.oi was found thut ho was n maniac. Ho was and attacked my house. From loss of rest the sheriff of Lincoln county of tho Inte-nio- n " 4 is p u 10 n herein ordered by publication in the n 00 p m " ClTlDgtOll returned to England and there put in a by tho insects mysolf and family were la a rxwltlvo euro for Weak MemoOOJji m(n so a in, 3 S3 pm ConJouknal newspaper and by printed Timo to sleep tho next niht If possiprivatalusauo asylum by his trleiitls. ry, Ixiss of Drain Power, Nerrous Nelly was deeply grntoful to Roger for ble. Boitig a mechanic; I had mado a notices posted up at not ler than three Exhaustion, Hemlnal Weakncai, NoTH.-Tr- aln Iniiotrney. and Oenoral Ixias of and Lexington toNo. 3 runs dally fnun Winchester uaviug l:or from tho fa to which Harold in- framo to g over my bedstead an 1 covered public place in each district in which the Ootlugton, Power ol the (Jencratlro Organs; Sunday anuth of Wlncheiter! but Is daily except tended for her. Sho pleaded for forgive, it with n mosquito not. But tho torment- election is to be held. With all Lines at nml all itUpnui lliat fullow HI a IUW tiosa for tha way she treated him at their This order is made under the authority Uttora Uklsjr, qaence ol youthful impriKienceor last meeting. Sho told him that Harold ing mosqultoos soon drovo us from under conferred by the P.I... act of Aembly aforeanid, St. Louis find Intermediate Points, tho exccM cil matured years, such TrA.in JtrU'. hud Induced hor to leavo homo by tolling the netting. I camo to tho conclusion that Arcoiiimodatlnn: No. as Unlreraal Uaaltude.l'aln In the to Co.lngton 823 mj arrlro I'nlmoutli in,30lmJr. Ive. her Mint Roger had throatoned to kill him the uotting was not lino enough. I gulled approved May 1, 18S4 and is intended 7 p w. VUion, Premabacx, Dimness of Fol,"0,,lh n "! on tho,lr wedding day. Tho young couple tho bed from tho bedstead to tho disin?ton s'a'i,' floor, be in strict conformity to the provisions No Ferries! NoOiniiibiiNTraiiM ture Old AKe.and many otrer Conreturned to Ireland, but not to stay. Har- took tho framo and placed eases that lead to Insanity r i'CTH ! CovlnS,on85' it'over tho bod, thereof. old ago4ji askod hor to bo his wife and this ! sumption. In all cases of heiule Br.AtN, Cu:. L. C. C. Weakness the Bpecltc acts like a timo was not refused. Tliov roturnod to and used flvo quilts. Ono I placed over A Corv. Att: J. rlvKio8V,,!,,.r'If!,TOFnlL,0,,t,, 3"w' iiei-ja low days ago Connections mado In Union Depot, St. Louis. charm, restoring lo or Mlatilf Mr. Allison, tho top of tho frame, four around tho sldos, Never Che Up, whowTjoine in Ireland with lucomo lls. and secured tho cornorJ well. Then, West, Northwest and or. BlTiiu to tb eye a brtl laut with trains of lines goln had andenarkllniUautr. to thocheek splr-liBouthwott. tataful to him. They are now living in thinking wo would got a nap, myself, wife If you are suffering with low and depressed AfterTaklae II you are going West to any jpolnt, call on or theroay blooomofbcalth. loss of appetite, general debility, dlwdeied sold by all Druggists at .Miirray'aHp?cIHeIs and child laid down, but in less than thir- blood, weak conatltutlon, bsaJacbe, or any dis- wilto to the underslgued. or six packages for S3. Also by In rrgard to Kor ty minutes tho posts woro under tho cov- ease of a bilious mture, by all means procure a Land, lull and reliable information Map, Uuldes Jlnerrackage, on receipt of price. mall, postage frca, Bucklen's Arnica Sake. Western Htalu, Ac, ers so thick that the very noiso would bottle of Electric Bitters. You will beaurprlsed and lowest In tha rates fur Tickets and Household anrVull particulars In pamphlat, which will be .Cnh!ng?oan!l?.bcr ' V" special WlnS.r The belt SaWe la the world for Cuts, Bruises, wokon a person without biting. I would mailed free to rery applicant. Address all Goods to all points West call on or address Through tickets and laggago cbeckn.1 In n to the sola manuiisettirers, Sorts; Wears, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sorei, Tetter, bo thankful to know what way I can man-g- o to ace the rapid tniproreuieat that will follow; O. II. ALSO I', :o., you will be Inspired with new life; strength and JUUMIAY MBVIVINKCity, Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Railway. Chappod Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and nil 6kln Cansas B.F. D. MOUSE, M. w. 11. wiiiTTr cirv them." Illirrodabiirg, Ky actlrlty will return, pslnaal ulsery wilt cease Eruptions and positively cures Tiles, or do pay Passenger Agent. Sold In Stanford by Penny A McAUster and all W. W. PEA BODY, W. B. HIIATTUC, and henceforth you will rejoice la the praise 0 Is is guarantee! to eWe perftst satlsfao The Cincinnati District Court has reOen'l Pass. Azt. Druggists ersry wbora. Pres't ami Oen'l Man'gr, Vea-c- y Aamua I'KTBU a 1.1., v uoieraio Ageu C. W. 1'AltIS, Central Passenger Agmt, tloa or money relunded. Prlw 25 cents per box. sentenced Joe Palmer, Eerner'a accomplice, Electrio Bitten. Bold at SO cents a bottle by "' ' 200-- 1 yr Lcuis rllle General Manager, Clnilnnatl, Ohio, di McAUster. At for sits by Fenny A McAUster. tohancOot. 31, befora noon. t WAYS OF CONNECTICUT CATS, ORDER OF ELECTION, I?A.TJBISrrX1. Wool Carding & Spinning lKMtMMWa. T J. m .NXAaiUM &W H POSTED Saw Mill For Sale! Through Trunk Line In M i y. e lit' Gr.F. Peacock SOUTH & WEST HUSTONVILLE, KY., X 'iW. MYERS HOTEL, and its Still Roputation, j. p.-ap- STANFORD. KY. Propr tl ttWsriS ,i right-of-wa- y FREE! right-of-way- President Cleveland ... ...i "" v.-- Hat-gas- The World Stwl-Weckl- y, MOiVOiV KOIJTJE." Louisville, Albany 0, Stanford Female Railway. MONEY BE MADE Fulliimn Palaco hen-tatio- m le Q vur-pos- TERMS MODERATE. go'-tin- t,ur-pris- n QTBIY 15 CEBITS IUiu old-scho- ol right-of-wa- 'lry It! Her-old?- El K GENTiL I Kentucky's Route East Itouic' rO a soiSTtratn WASHINGTON CITY, BODTU-BOUH- Attorney y, Court-hom- e. "jsTgtst- "5ro:rt3L. aUltGKON DUNTIHT, ffisHl Hut-cera- NOHTlI-IIOUM- .1 i; FAIfiM FOB SAME! 111 rost-offi- (ii a Mississippi 1 1 Ifus-tonrll- le IHM-attf- . 1 -- 111 LoiUS & tllO WCSt 11 . 1 1 Lou-jti.- ISaldwIn ., U 111 11 111 111 11 e, W; ij tfourii-Hoi'vi- 1 111 111 Fast and Sure nections m?m $Pv) -'I 111 t- 111 111 111 "..,.."" 11 ."" V 'ti mm "" "' e, ' - ,t 1 !' raWoMMttaii .,' TWT1W, i.r- Si in niT n