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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884101701 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. Semt VOLUME XIIL W. P. WALTON. rubUahctl TuchAiivh and JPrlJaya, & 9 1 rl III Intefio STANFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER IT, 1884. COUNT. Cotton, Stock AJH JlrALJU L'BLBIaLJi9a NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 294. BwawnMWMi CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN and Political Prospects abama, in Al- 03. OO X3EIt ANNU3I When paid ttrlctlr In adrance. M we bate to watt any tlm. 83,00 will t charged. Humor has it that v.o will have two weddings next month. lira, little daughter of John Buchanan, while playing at school fell nnd broke her arm. Hiram Illatt will have a sale of all his personalty Saturday week, preparatorv to moving to Missouri. J. 0. Evana bought of Mrs. Catherine McAlinler 1 mule colt for $50 and Tim Knoleman of name party a horse mule for wife, of Dinviile, are visiting friends here, Miaa Nannie of Pulaski, is visiting Miin Mattie 50 STVtTr OFAIfAIRS IN THE SOUTH. 1 J, L, Slavln and To tho Km lor of tha Interior Journal Oil-mor- e, It may be Interesting to come of your renders lo hear occasionally onioth!ng of Kvan. the social ind political Mate of tbl far Joe Joneo, Sam Holmes, Mm. II. L. Sieger and several others from here, were away Taller of the Yaxoo, which to generally, i a "terra Incognita." passengers on the excursion train to LouisThundar. If you deem an occasional letter worthy ville W. It, Dillion says the report circulatof a place in your paper I hall be glad to become a correspondent, not from any ed about Stanford that a man from Crab "cocoetbes ecribeodi,'.' but rather that your Orchard had taken a lot of negroes to reader" may form junt views of tho prrntut Cincinnati (o vote U false; that not a single condition cf thin part cf the South. I negro, or whito man either, went to Ohio know how different thing are to anything from thin precinct. Din Slaughter In making big prepara I had imagined and I npect I had formed opinlona very timilar to tboee commonly tion for bis pic nic at Dripping Springs held by person who hate nerer tifiled Saturday. There will be dancing during three region ulnce the war. In the first tho day and a tuatqucrado hall nt night. place the "Sunny South" J a mitnomer ao The Richmond orchestra will be in attenfar aa the aunny part of the name conTeye dance. A large crowd Is expected. Died at the Stephen House Wednesto the mind an idea of pleasure in the en joyment of the broiling nya of king Sol. day at II o'clock a. Jr., A. Mervin, the Unlet to aaalamander the temperature, eo "Lion Tamer" of Cooper & Jackson's cirfar aa I hare experienced it, I ttimply ex cus. Ha was left here sick of typhoid feeructating. If tho pint month it a fair ver at the time tho above named circui extpcclmen of Mississippi climate, I ihould hibited here. Cjopcr A Jackson furnished adfiaeall Kcntuckion to atay where they no attendant or nurse for him and during cantinellblurgraas. I hid conceived tliia the greater part of his illnew he has been country to be a region of fertile plattaui alone. Oor High School bova say they chalindented by alluvial bottoms which borlenged the Academy boys of Stanford to beaudered rireraon whoto bank grew the play tbem a game of hare ball. The tiful magnolia and ttately lift) oak, but challenge was accepted and Walnut Flat of all my gorgious imagining! I find agreed upon as the ji lace and last Saturday ranged of ragged tand hill, revered with boys went down but the and s the lar. Our scrubby oak, pines and per. unions Stanford boT did not put in an appearance. the parts burdering the river intrrmirnHl Hie up and explain. wampi, antially oreilloe.l -- i.d iu u..n; Tom McShanki, of color, was hauling places covered with imjci elrable coal from the depot Mondav whin h!s team the the sheltering placi for bears, became frightened at tt an excursion train wolves, panthers and deer. At wide interpissing and fUrlnl to run. Tom jumped val! are found plantation, badly fenced from the wsgonand fell, the wheel running h tumbled down and half cultivated. over his leg just below tho knee Tom in wooden structures c. ,.j. bj w.ur.ttj, faim in n bard working darkey and in fifty odd home; or negro slur' , leaning as if sick yearn old The accident will probably lay point of of standing alone, to . . him up for some time. the coruniM, The door yards ate grasslcs, The "Terror" spoken of by your Daneren in town; the stables aud barns patent ville correspondent spent Monday night ventilators, the fbori without onrpet or here He w i riding a small eray horse other comftrta or luxuries of civllintion. and loading a Texas pony. Ho stopped at OVhe cows are long homed and bony, the the Stephens House and gave his name as hogs shanghais In stature with elonnati-Sirnn?. lie traded the Texa pony to M. noes such as we call rand digger and the W. Jones for a gold watch. He left here horses are perfect parodies on what you about 11 o'clock Tuesday saying he was know by that name. Mule there are and Mr. Jonen became bound for Virginia. good one but all raised in Kentucky or uneasy about hi purchase and telegraphed Tennessee. I once dreamed that a cotton Wakefield A Co, lo deacibe the horse he field must be a beautiful sight but Men sold the "Terror." through a yellow htie with the thermomeTote 3eaier3. ter t 100'. the glamor of preconceived We think tale bearer may be divided inIdea dissipates like the mitt of the morning and the ragged reality stands forth in to two claiues: Those who carry ill news all Ita naked deformity. And yet this land out of malice, and those who retail it for It ia difficult was once almost an earthly pmdiie, it want of ther entertainment. abodes of wealth and luxury; to decide which is the moat inexcusable or manriont the ita plantations well kept with all the ap- the lean vicious. We have heard women pliances of successful agriculture, It people called "merely thoughtless" who would deWhat liberately elaborate some harmlesn fact proud, hospitable and generou. until it aitumed proportions dangerous to fatal agency, you ray, ha worked tbia change? What besom of destruction the eace and comfort of others. These ha swept acroan the land, leaving in its "merely thoughtless women" usually board, track desolation and Jepali? Two terma-- They have small, weedy brains, and divide will answer to every question; war aui their time between fancy work and tattling, carpeUbagger. The whole country is They do a blackmailing buiineen, too, on beggared. Hardly a plantation is tree a small ecale, and wreak vengeance for supcrushing mortgage which saps uio posed slights on inoffensive friend. from a There is but one way lo deal with such energy of it occupant. To make a bare ri-- e Owen superior to them. pern in living and pay his intereat, leaving no sur, is the extent of n Meredith calls the world "a nettle" and plus for improvement Misisippt planter's ambition now. Hun- gives the save advice to avoid it or oruth dreds who once rode in carriages jlod to it. We think the first method the better of own for supplies astride a bony niulo with- the two. Avoid the scandal monger. Hut wo hear some one say "Of course out eren a rcspeoUblu saddle. Men who once handled their tbotmnd now want you are speaking of women; men never " Not as fast. There their dollars for tho uccoe.iiie of life. I bur tales or goneip i not much difference in sex when you never appreciated the horror of the late unhappy wiir and iieauicteditig oppression cami down to everyday trials and joy of goip, busy women until I came upon tlulr loathsome trsll life: Busy men don'l Kind men bind up don't bear talon. twuity years a.'lir. What Mounds me broken hearts and kind women heal tlieui. more than all elre, in die cheerful resigna- It doesn't make 'much difference whethtr tion with which these once proud peupl it in k man or a woman, when the intention While ono to ifjure U there bear their woeful revelries. Jlvr reuniting i n peculiar foaturo of ennnot approve the lintlcfa despair into which they seem to have fallen, he can ad- California sport. In a recent contest on mire their cheerfulness in clrcutnMance Soott's ranch, nt American Itirur bridge, well calculated to drive men to desperation. thero wew wvornl lftntclien, ntul llnnlly --When in ndd(tion to poverty and debtwe emo for tlio olminpiousbip cup, in which remember that this Statu ia Raddled with n .Iiu'Uson ilefentoil tho prcviou bat elinm-lioItuhfttftller, by ono bat tho scorn worthier population of negroes, exceeding in number the whites and In compnrixon to standing KuliHtnller, 1 1 bats ; Jnckson, whom tho Kentucky negro in n saint, beast 1C. It seems that tho bnt.s "proved to ly and lustful in their lialiitn, cunning and bo unusually lively, nuil, Hying liho thievish in their propensities, threatening juekxniiie, villi many n turn and twist, daily the lives of Jhe men and the honor of caifed tho men nt tho trap to miss the women, then can wo properly estimate Bat shooting, accordingly, the endurance and forbearance of tho seoma rather raoro liko spore than butt Don't wonder friends that shooting, in which tho marksutau, lying Southerner. they aro aometimen driven to desperate on his back, with Inn liend on his arm, Seniuh. deed. nnd his riflo poised on his toes, and with careful sights, aims for somo ruinuto'j at cum: rou i'ii.ks. Pile aro frequently preevdvd y a mint of weight a fixed target, and then at Iruit touches Intlio IiacV, loins and luwtr Mrt of tliv ab.li.iwn, tho trigger. Tho California Jackson, earning tlio patleut (o tHiio lila simuu nltWliim who won tho cup nt bat shootirig, is cl tin Mdm'y or nHgliUuliij orpin. At llimi, worthy to bo named with tho (jrai'tomi of ImllZMtloii nrb prawut, as, flatntonry, uneailnni of tho stomach, etc, A uioUture, llko Massachusetts Jnckaon who nclnovoil ptriplratlon, producing a cr)' disagreeable Itching, tho top score in Hydo'a team at Wimafter getting warm, l a rsry common ntlcmlant. Wind, lllccdlng nud Itching I'IIm yield at onto to tho bledon. Ken-tuckla- n, cane-brakwon-droln, cor-tain- ly To tho natter of Th Interior Journal. Montciomery, Ala., Oct. Mth. From a drive of nine or ten miles in the country I discovered that tho cotton had most all been picked. Owing to the great drought there will not be much of a top crop. There is a great variety of opinions aa to how much will be made; gome say less some moro than last year. The receipts to date show a few hundred more bales received than to same date last year. The most niguificant indication of a large crop in the low price, the very best bringing only 0 eenta. Men win are largely interested and would be benefited by an advance in prices are holding and any it will go up after the presidential election. Future dealer think differently and are selling in large quantities. So you see there are two sides to the question ond the future alone can determine which is in the right There ia no stock here of much consequence most of Texan persuasion and very few of them selling. Some good stock could be sold at fair pricts and there is con slderahle demand for such. The weather has been extremely hot for several weekt, such a summer and early fall ban not been repeated (so say the (mow e nave nau no ing ones; since iqm, rain since about the middle of July; that together with the excemive heat makes the exception. The democrats of Alabama are very hopeful of the election of Cleveland. While he was not their first choice they aro enthusiastic for him and h.ive the utmost confidence in his integrity, patriotism and ability to reform (ho government from the abuses, corruption and venality that has been practiced upon it for twsnty years, and they would rejoice to eee him triumphant, since to elect his opponent would be to recognixa virtue in theft, lying and deception. J. D. S. y Postmaster Explained. "Why do they call him a postmaster?" asked Hollo, as ha came out of the post- office. Chicago and Her Uio Fire. Thirteen years ago to day Chicago was a smoking walc. For nearly two days fire had swept over -- ,000 acres of its fairest and most en terprising area, destroying more than 17,000 building among them nil its public structure! and its largert buincs houses, banks, newspaper cilices and places of amuiement, entailiug a lu of 190,000,000 or property and turning nearly 100,000 of its people out of their homes. In three years of time it was substantially rebuilt and started upy on a new career of prosperity. scarcely a trace remains of that widespread ruin. In its place larger and finer structure have risen, and nortb, south and west Chicago is reaching out and extending her domiuion. The horror of 1871 is now scarcely remembered; at most it ia but a dim remioltceuce. Almost a generation ha been added lo its number and crowds oi newcomer nave moved Here, so that a large proportion of it 000,000 people have little actual knowledge of the events of those terrible day, and so far away have we drifted, and o radiant and magical have beeu the change that probably few of those who passed through the fiery ordeal recalled it yeterdr or would remember it today but for thi reminder. Tribune To-da- "Because," replied his father, "ho never goes anywhere; always stays in one place like a post." "And stays there so well," added Kollo'a uncle, "and is so hard to get out that be is called the boss post or the postmaster." "And frequently," said Hollo's father,"he is a stick, and hence tho term post is doubly appropriate." "And not unfrcqurntly," continued Itollo'n uncle, "he is knotty." "But when he in naughty he runs away, does he not," asked Hollo. "Then," tald Hollo's father, "having been found capable of motion, bo ceases to be postmaster." "Unlike most posts," said Hollo's uncle George, "the potmater will not always do to tie to. Sometimes the government loses all its money in his hands." "As how?" asked Hollo. "It leaks out of the post hole?'' "Does the postmaster know a great deal? ' inquired Hollo. "He is a man of letters," replied his father, "and in the smaller olGcen he in re quired to know all there is on the pontal cards, In the larger office he in required to know unon which side his bread is but tered." "I should think," said Hollo, "that anybody would know that much." "Not so easily an you think," replied his father. Many times a wise man has been unable to tell, until he dropped his bread in the sand where it invariably fails on the buttered fide and then the bread is ruined." "How, then," asued Hallo, "can the man ascertain without letting his bread fall?" Hollo's uncle George laid bis finger on the side of hi nose and looked very wise. "He must," he said, looking impressively at Hollo, "he must ask the man who puts on the butter." R.illo said ho thought ho understood it now, nt.d bidding his father and uncle he slowly walked to George good-bym his mind the-- o things rchool, revolvhu he had heard, and marking the answer in his grammar lesion down on his nice, wide, llurliogton Hawkeye. white cuff. 810,-000,0- M 'ROBERT o&5IAbb PHARMACEUTISTS, Opera House Block, -- Stanford, Ky., IN- BXimlcal lOEAJOEJtS Win cm, DrnRH, Chemicals, PalnlH, OHh, Willi Paper, Bookn, IiiiiiipH, Stationery, Hemps, Perfumery, Iilqtiur tsar. Tobaccos, Our Jewelry, SIlTerrrnro nnd Optical (Joods Department Is in Chnrgo of Col. Hlcliardg, who Trill Repair Hatches nnd Clocks Promptly and In tho bet style. TI109. InNfrtteiiicafs, Pocket Cutlery Fire Arms, Machin Needle!, T"TT TL.9 "T2 TTT-i- T JlTSj LJ J-T ' J-flLr- I ll-- gy -ffl JL I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising tlie best in tlie market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to non$ in city or conn-trH. C. Rupley Give me a trial. y. TATE & PINNY PHARMACISTS, OElLKaa m Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fancy Articles. Physicians' jr icr!p:loni accurately compounded. Alio- - JEWELERS. Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Olocks, Jewelry and Silverware thla market than Soxin Now York capitalists liavo pro- r.Tfr brought toWatches, Clocks Prices Lower Rethe Lowest. and Jewelry paired on shot t notice and Warranted. jected a steamboat company with capital, to build steamboats for excursion purixwcs on tho rivera and bays of Now York. Tho enterpnso has been called into inception on account ol tlio lato frightful disasters to passenger boats in tho Eastern waters. Tho vessels aro to bo constructed of iron with DEALER IN double hulls nnd not less than twelve water-tigh- t compartments, bo that thoy Ilardvrarc, Horao Shoes, Groceries, Muddles, can neither sink nor bo burned up. It Iron, Nails, Qucensmtrc, Buggy Whips, is proposed to have soveu or eight oi Buggy Wheels, Stores, Cano Mills, Harness, theso boata, to bo ready by Bpring, the Spokes, Grates, Cider Hills, LapCoverft, number to bo increased to thirty by Kims, Stoneware, Corn Shelters, Collars, 1883, when tlio "World's Fair will tho travol. A charter for the Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Erinley Combined Flows, Wooden and company has already been mado, while Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Yayfleld Elevator. Tin Hoofengineers aro making plans for the ing and Guttering-- will have prompt attention. Wi Hi HIG fMNSi ,,, boats. salesmen J U;t. nrtgMt r James B. Eads was born in Indiana in 1820. In 1833 his father started down OF POLITKXKSB. At Derby, Jndgo Mnulo was in tho act tho Ohio river with his family, proposing of passing senteuco upon a man, when to Bcttlo in Wisconsin. Tho boat caught tho Governor of tho County Jail camo to fire, nnd his scanty f urnituro and clothing tho tablo to deliver somo calendars to wero burned. Young Eads barely esmembers of tho bar, and, in so doing, caped nshoro with his pantaloons, shirt passed between tho prisoner and tho nnd cap. Taking passago on another Judge. Mixtilo thereupon intimated to boat, this boy of 13 landed at St. Louis tlio Governor that, iu so doing, ho had with his parents, his little boro feet first touching tho rocky shoro of tho city on u convenoutraged ouo of tho rulos of society. "Don't you tho Y5ry spot whero ho afterword located tional know," said tho Judgo, "you ought nnd built tho largest steel bridge in the never to pass bctweou two gentlemen world, over tho Mississippi ono of the when ono gentloman is addressing an- most difllcult feats of engineering over other ?" Tlio offender against this con- porformed in America. A 7.K.V.VO.V lcst-know- 10. 12T r, H v 9 - AND - UNDERTAKER, Xealei-- in XTiii'iiitin'e I ? ventional rulo apologized and rotired, Hn had not seen his friend for some whereupon tho Judgo sentenced the years, Ho mot him with a lady on his other goutlemnn to seven years' transnrm, accompanied by a littlo boy. The portation. All the YcarJiound, lady vas tho wife of tho party of the second part Finally tho party of the XO BLEEP. VVTTISa l.V V.lllL first part said: "I would havo known church-goer- s It matters little to somo of what words a sermon is composed, for you anywhere by that boy. Ho has got tho effect of " n pulpit discourso " is to your mouth and chin, but his nose, eyes them provocative of slumbor. Dean and forehead aro precisoly liko his saw such a perfect HaniRny relates that ouo of tho Enrls of mother's. I novcr was onco alarmingly ill, ono resemblance." Tlio boy was on adopted Lauderdalo ono. Tableau. distressing symptom boing a. tohil of sleep, without which, tho medper thousand in foreign Tnn deatli-ratical man said, ho could not recover. citicw nt last report is ns follows : MonHis hou, who was Homowhat "simple, treal, 21.5 in 1,000; Havana, G0.9; was playing on tlio carpet, and cried Queenstown, Ireland, 41.7; Dublin, 80; out: "Bend for that preaching man Liverpool, 25.8 ; Paris, 23.5 ; Uorlin, 52 ; frao Livingstono, for faythcr nyo sleops Frankfort, 18.7 ; Brussels, 19.8; Copenwhen ho's iu thopulpi." Ono of tho hagen, 23.2; Rome, 20.0; Stockholm, doctors thought tho hint worth nttend-in- g 29.G ; Cadiz, Spain, 11.3 ; Langier, to ; and tho oxporiment of "gotting Morocco, 100.9 ; Calcutta, 10.7. n minister to him " succeeded, for sleep Positive Cure (or Piles. camo on, and tho Earl recovcrod. To tho people of thi oouuty we would aay that we havo been Rlron the agency ol Dr. Marchlsl'i Chambers' Journal, -nb-sono A Full and complete assortment of Furniture, cm brael tiger crythliit; from the Cheapest to the Fluent Parlor Suites. KT need i k to (lie large eltic to make your purchases, no matter what quantify quality 3011 want, as I eau and will duplicate any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Atee a full assortment ol Collins, Caes, Shrouds and Hobos, enibrao ing till the New Styles, both cheap and cxpciislre. IVaro roaaw opposite St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. t W rf - a TAYLOR'S " cffSiK . pp R DR''. JifcsdM Nl1J eei (j rri..iAM' Arty aui Auauuxaiwu&iMg wv. CHAMBERSBURG, PA. froui 2 to 20 hone power. Saw Mill from J.'iotfMli? Urcejt standard sizes. Portable Cora Mills ir."U lUfl North Laiollna :llll Btone Co., tba Ivst Mills In the world fw making meal for table use. Write for prices. Addiraa k ,.; , Vf dZC7 Vr Vjf Vjr . Five Awards nt the Louisville Exposi tion in 1883. Engine r.Fo r 2"?j .MiUSTONrp. S( siitotamcaiaa (JEO.D.WEAREX, P. HAMTON, Traveling Agent. GENERAL AOT., GrANrosD, Kr COMMISSION MERCAKT AND VH'AHFED PLAXTS. gar-dono- Application of Dr, Ilos.mko's rilo Itemed)', hlcli nets directly upon ths puts affected, aUortln; tho Tumor, all ilng tho Inttms Itehlugntxl affecting ft permanent cure. 1'rlco SO cent. AiHrra tlm Dr. lloianko MeJlcln Co., riius, Ohio. Sol J y Mcltob-A- rt 4 Stags. So great is tlio skill of Chincso in dwarfing plants that tho Chincso Indies wear in thoir bosoms littlo dwarfed fir trees, which, by a carefully adjusted system of starvation have been roduced to tho sizo of button-holThoso roniain fresh and evergreen in their dwarf state for a number of years, just as fir troes in mountains aro evergreen, and thus aro oxcollent symGlass should bo washed iu cold which givos.it a brighter and bols cf perpetuity of lovo, to express cleaner look than when clotvused with whioh thoy aro used by tho ladies of tho highest rauk in tho Colonial empire. warm water. e How-er- s. wu-l- r, rs emphatically guaranteed Itallax rilo )liituie-i- l to cure or money refunded lularnal, External, Iltlnd, Iilecdtui; or Itching Him. Price 80 icnti Rtox. No euro, no pay. IVnuy A McAlliter, Drugglitt. MANUFACTUBERS' AGENT.. A Largo Stock of the following Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Wa emphatically gutrauteo Dr. Marchlal'i C- -t holiest), a female rrmrdy, to cure I'cmale DUcai-e- i, inch si Ornrlan trouble, Inflammation and McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, Ulceration, Falling and dliplacemmt or hearing Kalamazoo Harrows Barrtnuces, Change down feeling, Inrgalarlttlo, Plows. of Life, Lcucorrhuu, besides many wcukncuca Champion Sulky Plows. Champion SteelBeam Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Oane Mills, Evaporators, Peed Cutters, iprlngtng from the nbore, Ilka Headache, WtaVncaj, Slcfptaunow, Norroua deWagons, &q. Buggies, Carriages, Surroys, Spring Wagons, bility, ralpltatton of thn Heart, Ac. For tale by (land fl 60 fet bottle. Send A few druggliti. Prices Lca--h to Dr. ilarchlal, Utlca, K.Y., for pamphlet, free. to close Cost For aale by Penny & UcAlUtcr, DrSggUW. al Baker Grain Drills, Buckeye Grain Drills, Farm Mollne nud Fund and Bradley Sulhy Plows at out. than iKHWXVMMNM itarwfranrarannriivni nal Stanford, Ky., October 17, 1884 W. P. WALTON. That Ohio has gone republican by about 10,000 only settles the fact that theif is enough nurchaablo material there and enough tht can ba bulldozed and browbea'en Belva Ann Lockwood was on exhibitomofeetbeStato republican when It (a abso- tion at the Louisville Exposition this week lutely esrential to the caue of that dishon- nnd made a speech over an hour in length est party that it should give it a majority. which is published in full in the Courier-JournThe worst means ever ref orted to to stifle Wonder what she could have the freedom of tho ballot were used and found to talk about? intimidation by threatened imprisonment When the Ohio voto is divided between and shooting, down honest voters in their the democrat, republicans, greenbackers, tracks when that failed, was done with a xerklcrtncFA which showed the desperation prohibitionists, woman's rights and what of the cause of venality nod corruption. nots in the presidential election, we actualHundreds of negro marshals and others ly beFeve the republicans will be in the taken from the slums of society, were sta minority there. tioned around the polls, to do any dirty G-QOX- 1 The republican managers tire now ex work demanded, and they did it with n hibiting Blaioe in Michigan, a fact which will which showed that they were well shows that they have doubts ss to the repaid for their services. Knowing that Ohio sult in that State. He'll need to be shown supe-rio- r was indispensable to the republicans ami in many places yet to get him in. folly aware of the desperate means that MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. would be resorted to, we have never said or Hon. Frank HaTton Lea been appointed even thought that it would ro othcrwieo than republican and now that it has we see Postmaster1 General. Chnttanoog', Tcun., went democratic no reason tbnt tho democracy should bo at all disheartened, but on the contrary baye Tuesday for tho first tirno for years, ground for greater hope and confidence. The republican paid as high as So0 Garfield carried Ohio in 1SS0 by nearly $,-00- 0 apiece for votes in Cincinnati Tuesday. PAINT LC, GARRARD COUNTY. DANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. Gov. Lowrv's administration has paid majority, nearly double that of TuesR. B. Ward and wife, of Crab Orchard, tT jht xj sDh nH Tne trial of Ben McGinnis and Jai day and certainly that is not much for the the entire debt of Mississippi and the wereuio guests ot tins anl oc for killing Cho. Rosey, was other sido to crow over. Honesty, truth- State ha now only a nominal indebtedness. Shearcn week. to take place at Parksville ThursGov. St. Johu declines the request of fulness and the Supreme Ruler Himself is II. C. Kinnaird, of Wallacctown, has evidence on our side and we can not fill cf victory some of his republican fricnlsto withdraw day. It is said there is littlo or no sold his store-housand stock of goods to from the presidential contest. He will against either of them. ia November. John McGill, of London. Louis Cohn, tho fashionable Main st , In West Virginia the demcciats have stick. Go to C. B. Engleaian's and buy County Assessor James Harrison, of clothier, found hanging over his door expectations, having carried exceeded their A handsome dcliciout sip coffee. tho Stale by 5,000, against the combined Louisville, has been sued br the Common-weilt- h Thursday morning a dilapidated looking piocs of glassware given away with each for $14 304, alleged fraudulent colindividual who was at first supposed to be package. forces of the greenbackers and republicans. defunct Ohio democrat, but a close in held its own lections. Tho democracy has more than Mr. F. M, Lute), of our town, showed Secretary Lincoln, at the earnest so- spection proved him to bo the long lost tho skies ate brightening all the time. Tread-waand us a letter from his grand-mothe- r who performed the ceremony of The r enublicacs can not combine their licitation of General Login, will make sky-pilwho lives near Boonvillr, Owsley v hole strength in two States in November; several speeches for the republican nomi- Blaine's secret marriage. county, stating that she had preled and Your correspondent was a little too dried twentv bushels of apples this year, they will have a dczen or more doubtful nees in Illinois Tee republicans have eight State to previous when he announced in his last reo ncs to lcok after and then the ratcals will besides tending a large garden, tho was fight for, viz., New fork, New Jersey, Con- port that II. W. French had succeeded W. BO- 78 years old last August. Show us a young ALWAYS OX IIAN'D FIJI,T, STOCK OP necticut, Indiana, Wirconsin, Michigan, W. Smiley in the management of the workr, girl in this country that ever peeled a peck. The New Stork Herald, a republican Iowa and California, house. Mr. French will bo an applicant Mrs. F. L. Adams received a telegram remarked the day after the election: Additional hot springs are being devel- for Vbe place when the county court meetH Mcnday from Fort Worth, Texas, bearing "The election returns from both State have oped at Hot Springs, Ark., by digging in Monday and will doubtlees succeed in the sad news that her brother, Tyre Best, in very slowly, but it is known as we the side of the mountafn out of which the It. It was a mistake also to have said of this place, had committed suicide. The Queens-war- e, to press that West Virginia is democratic other hot springs issue. So that Mr. French is to be succeeded as night news was shocking but I suppose it was b from 5,000 to 7,000 and that Ohio is The New York Truth say: "There has watch by John Ballard, Mr. Ballard not not surprising to her as he had made the by from 13.0IO to 10,000. This been no equinoctial storm this year in New having intimated a deeire for the succes attempt before. There is no reason that of the most desperate canvass evset result iork, but in November Grover Cleveland bion. can be assigned for the rash act, only he er made by tho republicans can scarcely will sweep the State like a hurricane. No light has yet been thrown on thb had been drinking verr hard. He had said raise their hopes of a favorable result in John P. Barrett, editor of the Hart- mysterious murder of Judge George Moore, ssveral times that he had as soon b dead .November. The democrats have no reason ford Herald, got only 50 cents on his dam- formerly of this place, at his home in as alive: He hired a buggy from Mr. W. to be discoursed at tho result ofyesterdny, age suit against the L. & X. for alleged Jackeon, California, on the 8 h of Septem- S. Wearen on Tuesday VERY. the 7ih and went to bat on the contrary. The Wains men have ejection from one of their parlor cars. ber last. Rev. Dr. Jas. Matthews, former Lancistcr, County Attorney Jas. Brown, spent their strength on a blow which hurts Daniel McSweeny, who was imprison- ly professor of Latin in Centre College, now of that placo h,ad a buggy that he wanted theiu far more than it dees their antago- ed in Ireland while Mr. Blaine was Secre- a resident of San Francisco, in a letter to repaired. He got Tyre to hitch it behind nists. tary of State, has arrived in New York and a friend in this placs, mid concerning the his and bring it here to Mr. Ely's carriage Ohio election will take the stump against Blaine. The worst feature of the funeral: "At mv suggestion, Dr. Scott, the shop to have it repaired, lie was drinkis the democracy's loss of Congressmen. The Appellate Court decides that D. oldest and most honored pastor of our deing when begot home and in some way o The delegation now stands, 13 democrats K.Mason, of Louisville, must stand trial nomination officiated at the funeral. The to Paying Short-tim- o both bugjiet badly broken on the way. It Cuatomors. No Congress, for removing and selling tobacco on which to 8 republicans. In the next goods sold on long timo. large double parlors and hall were filled seems that he Lad gone to Lincuster to will be exactly reversed. Hurd, he had already issued a warehouse receipt. the figures with those who came to pay their tribute make his bank stock over to bit mother At the Congressional election in Ohio of repect. There were present a delegi- tho great free trader, is left by a small majority. Later. We find thee results have Tuesday the Taylor family loomed up in tion from Jackson, friends from Sacramen before he left for the West. Wednesday he V.SK- came to the depot with his trunk ami ask also been doctored by the republicans and the lead. Three districts the Seventeenth to and Judgei, members of the bar ani of ed C. B. Englcman, the agent, if he could that the real standing of the new delega- Eighteenth and Nineteenth, will be repre the order of Cho'eu FrlenU3 from San Fran sell bim a ticket to Louisville. He was tion will be 11 democrats and 10 republi- sented in the new CcngrcM by a Taylor. cisco and other sympithiiing friends. Dr. told that he could not. Ho then asked cans. If the returns continue to improve The examining trial of Dr. P. T. Ded-manl D.--. Chanman. of Cheyenne, who for a ticket to Winchester and said: "Check aa they hauesirc3 Wednesday we may have charged with detaining Miss Lucy were staying atmy hourc, and myself were ray trunk as soon as you can, I am in a Mmlc from tho heat JIliiticHOfit Wheat. Tor Mile only by Phillips against her will, was concluded present as ministers. The remarks of Dr. the State by hurry and have got some business to attend Wednesday morning. Judge Barbour Scott were feel ing and appropriate. I said Since our article on the best time for thought the evidence insufficient to justify a few words as friend of the loved ones to before the train comes," Eogletuan askT. II. WALTON. cutting corn, the Louisville Times is anxed him where he wat going and ho said, "I holding the defendant to answer, and acJudges of the buponor tourt don't know where I will land, but I never far distant. ious for us to give our views as to tho prop cordingly discharged bim. s and in all tenderness expect to see this country any more." He -- TKYacted at er tune tor cutting elders, lbe season vaThe Imperial Insurance Company re ries nccording to localities, but in this we asd with becoming honor we accompanied then went to see Mr. Wearen about the fused to psy a policy on a dwelling house his remains to Laurel Hill cemetery." would sugue-- t August, or just before the bucgy. Tiey went to Ely's shop and he burned in Louisville on the ground that it John Hughe was jerked up before the told Ely to fix the buggy just as Mr. Wearcamp meeting spell set in. We are not was not occupied when destroyed. The Police Court Wednesday morning and finhowever infallible and if Mr. Johnson, who en wanlod it that be had made arrange Louisville Chancery Court said the Com- - ed $100 for selling n drink of whiiky to ment with Mrs. Adains, his sister, to pay has beena"srmger nnd with the grangers pany HT.ST ZtOASTEU ICIO, must pay anil the superior Court of n;n tt.,1... Bill is a moral man and an stood" can name a more appropriate seahim for it. He said that he hated it as vnuth and as soon as he bad as unybody and ought to bo pitiod inwill see that Brother Logan's crop son, we -- A-s .. . T1.K .ln.M.h 1!. ! .f .. mo ucmunu iJiuramf in tt. vvesi Vir realized that John had slipped up on him is attended to in proper time. stead of being blamed and then began to ginia in 187C was 14,449, their majority Tor Hale only 1j- and sold him that drink, he went and had cry. Then he told Mr. Wearen ond Ely The IJIalno hippodrome and Steve 13.2G7 in a total vote of 99 914; in 18S0 T. WATTOST. a warrant issued ngain9t John. Bill wss'nt good bye Hnd raid that Lo never expected two dollar bills don't seetn to have their plurality was 11,148, muHMai i . their majority going to submit to nn outrage of that sort to see thom again. Tyre, when sober, was had the desired effect in West Virginia. 2,069 in a total vote of 112,713; in 18S2 the IIO.Y. IV. S. YOUXU. do something to at good hearted a man as ever lived and The republicans had the audacity to claim republicans and greenbactrers combined and and besides Bill wanted to bTAM-'ORD- . We are authorized to nnnounr the Hon. W. 8. . simKY. country from wouiu uiviue toe last cent no Had with a 1 mini. Ill laurel (OUntr. . Cm II. lain In nnrinl tbeSlate by 5,000 but instead it seems to the democratic majority was 3 221 on a protect the youth of the Bill was actuated by purely friend, but when drinking was inclined (o the Sth Congrf nlonal District, ni i ineinbf r of the W. P. WALTON, . . Propriotor. ilar outrages, have gone more largely democratic than for iowi vote ot uu,iin. Slato Hoard of (equalization, lul.Jcct to ths action philanthropic and no other motives. The be rough. Bit- - of Kit., pox W. or the Democratic party. yean. The people of that State are conlight cotur.le.ts Mil of Bcn. The residence of E. n Giither, Master imwhisky traffic and all other kinds of VL bf ,n.f,'",el,r' '"Iwtlrn itallery, RO0. Public Speaking. vinced that the republicans have been in Commissioner of Mercer CoHnty, ratei to .nkh! a.if.cuot. A JdrWf was con- morality basin Bill, an uncompromising Hon. Jas. B. McCrcary, democratic nom power long enough and that the bosks of sumed by firo Wednesday morning. The foe. Bill it a genuino Bill, and not ot the inee for Congrewn in the Sth District, and the government need looking into. contents, including a very valuable libra-rcounterfeit variety, and yet Hughes' attor- J. M. Sebastian, republican nominee in IhaToJuitoiiniedon Depot atrrct a lull lino ot were all destroyed. The firo was eviThe New York World In an amuting carney has filed au application for a new trial Uiu same district have agreed on the follow- Staple ami fancy Orocrrlra that I will tell low for cath or country produce. lam alio agent for the toon gives the probible cabinet of Blame, dently the work of an incendiary, and was and will get it and prove that Bill has ing joint appainttnentp. LiWreucebnrg, Htanford Wwlcn MUM Yania aul Flantiala. ,f should the American people degrade them- the second attempt within a month. The which i niwajj ifep HI'JII IHil, lilTO tOB CI in u ra Un i w.i r been indicted for false swearing, and that Anderson county, Tuesday, Oct. 11; fJ ;T,o uionoy. V. 1. MATTtXtJ hY, selves by electing him. Steve Elkins, losj io partly covered by insurance. he is a sweet scented shrub generally and a "tanford, Ky. Spencer county, Thursday, Oct. State; Butler, army; Roberson, navy; BraIt lsimpopaible to conceive anything fine specimen to be an adjunct in any 1C; Harrodsburg, Mercer county, Friday, dy, thief, poatoffic; Keifer, inte- baser, any display of coneciou3 turpitude movement for tho preservation of morals Oct. 17; Nicholasville, Jessamine county, COMHIEKCIAL HOTEL ! rior; Darssy, Treasurer, and Kellogg, At- more revolting than th'o exultation of the new trial and that of Mr. Ruesell, for Satuiduy, Oct. IS; Danville, Boylo county, fish Blaine prea over the Oaio election. To The torney General. A pretty kettlo of HTANPOUI), KY. idlo and immoral persons to as- Monday, Oot. 20; Stanford, Lincoln county, they would mike indeed, but the worst all intents and purposes the result of the permitting I haro rented tho aboro csntrilty located Hotel. failing, try Vru.s IlriLm Ke. tho drink is Tuesday, Oct. 21; Lancaster, Garrard the houso where coun-lnaca, a pure, clean, he would be os good as their chief W contest is a republican defeat. But, when semble at and will uioeTeryollort to giro entire tstlifactlon been sold, Is expected to charged to have Wednesday, Oct. 22; Richmond, Madi- to the public. Nrnt.eoo! rooms excellent table; "Will T. Price, author of the Life of we take into account the methods which take plRce Saturday. Mr. Russell is tho son county, Thursday, Oct. 23; Uerca.Madi- - cheap rate. Giro mo a call. Kur Brain. Nrrrct.H KMntJ H Geo. O. Birnes, formerly of Louisville, has were applied to snatch this Buckeye brand owner of the property and formerly cot -' B I.onir. An I n. iual. J Inric .r..U itiria " J, n, crt.tl!K. Hon county, Friday, Oct. 21; Mt. Vernon, from the burning, it ii an infamy of tho ork JYcirs become the editor ot the New 800 rent for it yearly, but inck,En from $000 to os. j.n. H.,riur C. J. Herulaclie, Fever. Asue (.'hills, Ldlcr,n leading dramatic journal. Mr. most damnable description. . . since John Shelly waa ousted and forced to d Monday. Oat. 27: Lau PlAJLlto A fire in Liwrenctburg Wednesday l Price ii no norice in this line of journalism been ' WtAKNbSS. po to Harrodabure. thn property Chinquepln Bough Jackson county, Tues I havo been appointed mrnt for thoialn of the having held the position of dramitic critic burned the buildings of Hickman & Co., vacant. .".'r.'X! nndWt J 'or 1 dny, Oct. 23; Mc. Kee, Jacknon county, farm of Mm. Pi o bo C. Illalo and heln, containing TORPID LIVEN which department dry gootb; Curl' furniture store, over which Nlchtl on the Courier-JournalilO Danvili.b, Ky., Oct. ICth. James Wednesday, 0:t. 20; Boonville, Owsley on moArret, lying J ot n mile from HuilonTllle w?.nti0 Nervous Wonlcnoss.l was tho Anderson iSetcs; Geo. A. Portwood, i.ueriy rma ami i Hereby oiler It prlrate. ki";tor ' x ' "celiac.' 1 W.W.1 rJ he made quito a feature. Shoaren and Ben McOinnia were ncquitted county, Thur'day, Oct. 30. Sreaking fo It has a COOil dwclllniMiouto n( two atorlea l'ot 'MO. r.t Uniffglst. 1 saloon and billiard hall; J. E. Well's hard IE. 8. frtMs.Jcm-and 0 rooms, esiuei tho nerrsiary otit.bulldliiKa. K City, Vi. J., Bex Butler is to travel through New this evening at Parksville, of tho murder begin at 1 o'clock ach day, ii wen waicreii aim ia irood. rlcii land worth ware store; J. tl. Crane & Co.'s Insuranco much moro than Ii aiked ftr It York in tho fineit palace cir ever turned j Rousoy. Tnere was no evidence of Geo. Apply to mo lor further particular. Office. Two of tho buildings belonued to U. S. Senator Morrill was in A. A. turned out of tho Wilmington shops. The against them. 287 8s;in JI. r. lll'SU, Stanford. Ky. Vermont Wednesday. A. C. Wilberspoon, two to J. II. McBrayer, bruised and battered old "workingman'' and one to John Cotter, of Louisville. The Democrat saye: "At All in the Lino of Naturo. The dtleUsburg mutt have n little luxury now that he is I estimated loss on the buildings is about the speiking on Thursday night last many Thero Ii nothlDg In the lino ot magic or uaiteiy working for Blaine. $20,000; on stock, wera the surmUes as to what ueo tho Hon. alout that wonderful and popular medicine, Par. Having sold my farm, I will on the premlkci ne.ir Gen. Cash Clay Bhowed tho vulgarity btanford, iclt to the highest bidder, on The stalwart republicins of New York W. O. Bradley was going to put tho cup kcr'sToDlc. It la limply tho Lett and luostrclen- tlflc combination potslble ot tbo estcntlnl pilncl-pal- a and beastliness of his naturo at Lexington, hive issued an addresi to tho party, in and saucer which was sitting ou the stand or thoto TCgotablo curatives which net power- THURSDAY, OCT. Stttl, 1SS1, 9 this week by saying publicly that "women which thoy say: "All who despise false- in front of him. Tho hoaorablo gentleman fully and directly upon tho itomich, llrcr, kid. Tho following rertcnalty: make better bedfellows than they would ,1?,"7,arHn,.,,oCl,rrof Catarrh of the hood, corruption, and party treason will often took a swallow of its contents, and the neys and blood, But thero neither Ii, nor will be limdiler. Inllamtnntinn r,t via. sotere." J2.0Vl.L'La,,ye, h;.ton.?."rejoice in tho opportunity now offered them blind proved no good, as it waa soon dia any tucceaiful Imitation ol It. It la nil tho time 1 suckling mare Mule, Mulii, 113 palraged 1Mulei, mvcl DU- Horses, aged H or those who ros""o uianii, r. "Will Brother Newlon pleaeo explain, if to put an end for all time to come to the covered the cup containing liquor, nnd Bil- curing For yourself,had dcapilrtdof ever getting Jennet. 1 yearling Jennet, an extra V.jm-o!..... ntlllr.tr. tfininlii lll&r.ne. Droialcal your wlfo and children. well. Jatlc, i l.yrar.old Jack, 1 2.ytar-ol- J enre of lWnP. all Ws.WoftYu IdenitS- Mter, 3 why his excellent piper sometimes political aspiration of Jas, O. Blaine. Somo ly could not fool even an unsophisticated he can, high grade 2yero!d Helferi, a yearling Helf. Un- frJniV S ii" ""'"inersex. JUST AS GOOD. 3 short yearling Slitri, 15 head of C'owi and &ila entirely to reach us and at others will contribute to this rejuft by their action I'lscnarifcs uso people as we aro. Probably the consumpCalrci, Including 8 or 10 thoroughbreds, l thorMany untcrupulous dealen may toll you they hart Bfeptkvr. ?V'i"""i - Hour." nieh tl. ?ieci'?oughbred lull. 1 Albion Fpfdcr, 1 (long Plow, 1 comes rcvcral days late? and some by their inaction, but there will tion of so much liquor accounts for his vile remedies for Cougba and C'uIJa cjnul In i iVi1bl1 ",.l'lh t'tll"" contr twl or merit and In Wood Itcoptr, 1 Ilonsler drain lirlll. 3 Wagoui, iatat' otniapiuu Constltu. a lot of Plows, 1 Hprlng Wsgon, I llockaway.a Hon Hitter Hymn, SI.00i.er liottle. nro glad to obiervc that Polk Liffjon be enough ot both classes put together to denunciations of the democracy. With a errry rupee t Juit ni good oi the old rfllnlle Dr. We and Jlugglet and HameM, i iO or sou l.iuliuli Wheat, UoaaiiUo Cough and I.ung Byrnp, unlM you lmlit was nominated for Congrete in the First spare New York from tho dirgrace of cist-in- few exceptions Bradley addressed the mot 1Q JiiHiiio- - ilomr-.iunilo "ottu--s Hlno.xiv. upon this rmdy and v 111 take no othr,yeu art eral tons of Hoy, Ac. 'J wiuj JUwial and mad her electoral vote for thin shumeleEe, lieet crowd tlrnt ever aweoibled here, nnd llaLlo District over Clay in the rrlwsry election on wwiJST.f 1.'1". .V "y to be QrMtly dnethod. l'rle, 60 cent) ami knswnon day of talo r ut Im u ,,, .u. a MO-tmercenary asd politic il apjetate," ... Jield-MwUhis nudiecce. jhifl speech catered to t. r.,Mf. jent-- utv. N. J.. U. 8. A. SUM. Bold by JUIlobtrtu Jt Stos. i. JAmiHl'ltUW. al With their oigle and roosters filling a whole page the O.1I0 rtpublicin papers came out the morning after the election claiming the state by 25,000 mtjorily. The 0 same papers yesterday juit it down to and yet pretend that it was a famous victory, although at the October election in 18S0 tho State went republican 19,000. If the pirly had not tho cheek of his Satanic Majesty hlnvclf it would hang Hi head at such a victory. 12,-00- JESj JlLiJS. -- 1 J JL IPOIR, We have moved to ITO MTESW ROOM with a HHESW of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to Ton STOCK CLOTHIiG, BOOTS. As there is a growing demand for HOES & HATS. GOODS, we have bought in search of a the BEST BR JUSTUS in the market, and those quality should call on us. RGE H BRUOE & .CO. l-- e T d r kth Hul-man- i 's H Ills 1 IB lH iMK&m&wm$ GROCER, ot pa-pe- cie get-tin- t- Groceries, Provisions", Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. LOW FRIGES And Prompt mm FOB CASH t ( t : S-- cseicBiM w&mm ia, n. a h c 1 " cl T w ptll-bearer- w Me Pins Ultra Coffee, 0 ,! : k M A 1 1 Gooa as ' uXl3ri.o23Llos- El-kin- s' h tl ai tl OPERil HOUSE, tb I) th Wl Xffew y, Store! MmuMM rj a j Ar-iyo- ca ly L. 5:1 2-- star-rout- o wi riv inf of Jhi slu po for K" i y, ,.. TOWIO.I r ., n, FABM Fm ucDju r& ' I He l, to me I PUBLIC SALE flSfr?! Buch - in to tin act Kl thi mo bu the 80' Twentv-two2.yenr.o- toi the is.d fine plat sum well g rt Cftft.! '.. Htc mar plc AS irwwi'HiwiuA;j'jiiujtjiiiii,iiajtjiMgwnMaiouw ) ff DEATHS. nal Scoaiis yery low at T. R. Walton'. FnEflir Fish always on hand, ris. J. T. Har Stanford, Ky Octobor 17, 1884 LOCAL Koulh KoJtli Tin: from Louiflvlllo Eipoeitlon olotcn a week LAN. Mill train coin TIME CARD. .., 13 4J P.M. m. l M 10 A. II. ....... as a, m. Eiomitraln" ' " titan I about " " North Norh A Fwr.L lot of Zclsler Dros'.Shoen celvcd nt 8. II. 8hnkii just re In Cicinnntl cattle are dull, bogs more active since the cold snp and sheep and Mr. Jarvli L Jackson, aged 10, died lambs in demand. The quotations are: at London Tuesday of typhoid fever, after an lllr.cM of two wceke. He wa a son of Common to medium CATTLE. f MO03.73 W. L Jackron nnd a very promising young (loml In xtra Imlrhrra 4 OOOi.OO . . n man. His cousin, Mr. G. D. Jackioo, came uirauira locuoioa snippers i.wtfj w Blockers and leeJeri 3.71(5.00 down to Btanford for tiin casket. .... ... mm & ' --- CURRAN Host. r. i Sixteen pounds riiRr 'TheaboTO li ofttctllated on itandard tltue. 20 uluutoi ftir Bolat new crop New Orleans for SI at Bright A CurranV. MARRIAGES. LOCAL NOTICES. Auout 50 perrons from this place will take the excursion to LonNyllle tomorrow. IlUV your mIiopI cnny. HKAiHjtTAitTnKa hooks from Tato & Mo- - ItobcrlaftSUKit'. for sohool books at 0. Huffman lost a nico cine town and Mr. l'azton's which the finder will plcnrp leave nt this ofllre. Dr. A. The K. C. runs an excursion to Bir- We had a big frost last night. iprlng traJe at McRobcrts c SlagsV. nutn's Jumbo Circus at Lexington Grape and chestnut hunting is the or and Jewelry repaired on short Vatohim at $2 '25 for the round trip from here. der of tho day iu here. notice nnd warranted hy Tate ft Penny. Mr. Thomas Metcalf and his pretty A COMI'LETR stock of Jewelry, latent There has been several mad dogu killTin: Court of Appeals has affirmed- the bride, nee Nannie Foster, arrived from Covstyle. Kookford watches rt specialty. Tate ed in this county during the past month. sentence in the euro of Fulliam vs. the ington Wednesday night and took rooms A Penny, The republicans are rejoicing over tho Commonwealth appealed from Mercer. at the St. Asaph, where they will for the news from Ohio. Democrats claim that it PERSONAL Tun New Orleans Minstrels have writ- present reside. is no victory for the rt publicans to csrry a Mn. Mat Wcohson has gono to Louis-tlllMr. Robert C. Hicks, son of Mr. Sim republican ten for n dato in the latter part of this Stnte. WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- month. They havo tho finest gold band in Hick, 'a former resident of Stanford, The cheap excursion from London to ' Mt35 IJETriE 1'AXTO.N in Tithing eloped with Miss Laura Ccuant, of Somerthe country. Louisville took several passengers from friend In Ixniixyille. set, to Chattanooga, Tenn., Monday where this place. The train was about a half Tun excursion train which rin from they wero married. Good luck to them. Mki Jennie Knott, of Lebanon, is a hour late when it arrived at the depot. London and took in all stations darn to of the Col If ie. fticit Mr. VV. I). Stscg was married Wednesyesterday morn- day to Misa Sallie Cnbhell, daughter of Mr. Mr. Miret, our gt:, Infoitiir me that he Mn. Allen ItEAZt.EV sufferod n pir Halls Gap, passed at sold C3 tickets. Tbe rate wax only SI 75 ing with 2M0 passengers. tial nttaok of paralysis this week. John Cibbell. Mu. . It. Williams per- for the round trip. Rev. II. C MoittutfON hia rrttirnei to Jamth CfiAYKN, a section hand, had his forming the ceremony. Tho pJir were at The citizens of our town were greatly VanderMIt much improved In health. loft hand caught between an engine and a his father's in ten Thursday, looking ns excited yesterday when the fire alarm was , -- Mrww. I). K Caiu-rnteiiC. C. Car- hand car, ninshing it so severely that Drs, happy as could be, in which state we hope given, A fire had broken out in the back son, Jim and Will Severance are sttcrdlnj; Peyton nnd Reid had to amputate two of they will always remain. end of the residence of C. W. Adams, A K.pitlon. his fingers. A drummer named Oicar Cjttrell was defective Hue was the cause assigned. The Mm Dit. It. V. Huitman, and Miwcs TiiECountr Judge, jtiler anil one or two to inurry Mii Lucy Howard, but the whole people rallied to the scene with buck- Dollle Williams nnd He!n Reid went to others from Harlan took I). F. Cloid and young lady changed her mind even after els, Ac, and soon had the fire under conLouiirille ynterday. IUchard Pace to that county yesterday for every preparation hail been made including trol. This fire wos riht in the center of The train diKpatcJitrs, Misrs. J. C. trial for murder. They have been in jail the rehoaraal of the marriage eceno and the most business pjrtiun of our town and Fiorenseand T. K. Spink, laid us under re- here some time for safe keeping. within two hours of the appainted time. had it gained a little more headway the newed obligation this week. The causo assigned is that the lady loved destruction of the whole town would have It was twenty-tw- o years yesterday, Mr another man better. Both live in Owens-bor- been inevitable. The damage to the house Vner. A. (Joi.istein is here fitting weak-eyeJim Ilruce tells us, since Bridgewater spectacles to the He always Adam Forepaugh, the noted circus will not exceed $100. Jack Adams moved and his men foully murdered Berry Davis, does a good huiinciu in Stanford. man, was marritd at Philadelphia this nearly all of his goods from the store and' Miss FLOiinsrcTiireiiEAiiT and Ltcy an old citizen of Stanford. The whole t. week to Miss Mary Tallnnn. Mr. Fore- they are coneiquently damaged to that -ALSO THE- Burton have returned from Kansts, delight- communitv was under a reign of terror blushing paugh is 51 years old and the ed with their visit. Neither got married then. is night schools in New The twenty-sevebut both hvr projiositions which the "lenTwo gentleman were up before one of bride is 20. He is a millionaire, she poor. The showman who is a big burly York city have just opened witn IL',000 der fret" will have to ue strong nrgtiments our Judges this week charged with staking a widower lor a score 01 sunutarr. lbe course is to continue twenty- to overcame their judgment on tho election. When the man, lias been a very four weeks. Mu. John (I. I'ui.MAM, amirtant edi-t- cse was stated the judge promptly replied. years. The bride is deecrbed as faultJohn Curry, the taan who threw the of the IUrrodfburg VwooW, i in town "I loit a couple of show tickets on the pretty girl with a bentitiful face and less fisure. glass at Dr. Dillion in Harrodsbur., from to consult Prof. Goldstein about his eyes election myself and I don't fel that I am Mahony Penny. If there he any- the tiTects of which he died, has beeu held which have nivfn him sreat troublo for competent to try the oase.," It was therething in the old adage, "Happy will be the for tria'. Tne mittsr bjia by playful-some time. John is a brlgVl newspaper fore dismiiwed. IN THE CITY.- bride upon whom the sun shioe," a bright ly throwing water at each other. man awl we hope that his urcfulness will The telegrams from Texas in regard to fnture awaits her who Tuesday last took It is said that Plymouth Congregationnet be impaired by the danger which ths suicide of Tyre Best, say (hit he was upon herself the vows of marriige, for a al church of Minneapolis gave more monthreatens him. wanted in Kentucky for mnrder. We learn clenrer, lovelier day never shone in October. ey in becevolence last year than was ever on inquiry that such is not the ctse as he An hour or more before the appointed hour LOCAL MATTERS. given by any church in this country in a was never known to kill any bsdy. His that Rev. Richard B. Mahony and Miss corresponding length of time The amount hod4, Ac., at T. K. Coai. Vacbj, coal nephews committed a tout murder n few Sara Penny were to become one after given was $01,000. Walton's months ago and lied and he has probably God's holy ordinance, friends began to asadditions at Tbero were Iwcmiy-fevesemble in the Rjptiet church, which had Mr. Darsie'e meeting in Hardinsville, mostFox RitNT. A desirable residence, A p- - bren confounded with one of them. ply to John. II. Craig. Seveiiai. of onr townimen were in Cin- been beautifully prepared for the occasion, ly by baptism. It was one of the beet and by the time they entered to tho music history of the Hardinsville HT. R Walton nflWs 37 shares of First cinnati, Tuexlay. and they tell us that the of Mendelssohn Wedding March, very meetings in the Yeoman. city was under the control of a mob tho Christian Church. National Ilnk stock for sale. . whle day. Negro marshals were cavort- creditably plaed by Miss Jennie Crane, Don't Look Ltke a Wreck. II. C. ItlTLEY, tho merchant tailor, has ing mound insulting and in some cuts the seating capacity of the building was "When n win It going down hill eTcrybor Is M. Cll shooting citizsns and no such disgraceful fully taxed. Dr. Hugh Reid and Mr. on hand a very fine line of suitings. ready to giro hlia a kick." Yet, that It to. it it at once and examine. scenes nt an election were ever witnessed Peyton acted aa ushers and Revs. P. T. taj, but natural. Why, many a man and woman, Hale, D. W. Herring and II. C.Morrison niktuKeiuploymeul, vuuld have gol it if their Timnew briok pavomeat bcinj laid by if fore. Four men wore killed and many and Prof. Abner Rogers as attendants. balr hadn't beei so thta and gray. One bottle of Mr. Will Craig In front of his residence others wounded during the day. Hair Dalsam It then the best investment, The grouping was quite artistic and when Parker't filling hair, promotes new growth and reit s'opa fills a very long felt want. The County Court of Ad.ilrhs ordered the bridal couple faced the audience nnd stores color. Clean, highly perfumed, not a dye. ths Cut. W. II. KrBAii.iN writes that he an election to bs held in that county on de- the minister against a background of love- A great improvement uitr any similar preparation to bgln locating tbc 1th of November, for the purpose of ly evergreens and llowen, a charming pic- and aoM at the low price cf Mc. has ROe to Naihvillo ciding whether or not tho county hnll is ture was presented. Then Rev. J. M. OF- Chesapeake A Nashville It. R. .NEW ADVEItTlSEJIESTK. .. m sue bonds to tho amount of $50,000 for the Bruce in well chosen words addrcsed the L no r: invoico of stove, gratei, caal purpose of taking a like amount in tho first pair and as tho town clock chimed forth q-oOJD-S vasei and scuttles, stove boards, Ac, very mortgage bonds of tho Chesapeake A Nashd BANK STOCK FOR SALE the hour of twelve, pronounced them cheap at Bright A Curran's. ville railroad. Tho StUlfr advocates the and wife. The perfect order and the aharet -- ATThe first froit of the season showed Itself proposition nnd thinks it will be decided correctness of the details made the tcene loOVrior aale prlrately thirty-ter-of Stanlord. of morning and 'since then reveral, in the affirmative. Fifty thousand dollars a peculierly pretty and impressive one. ttock lathe Firtt National Panic Tuesday T.ll. WALTOXt which made the ground look almost as for Adatr is considerably more than 5150,-00- 0 The bride, who is tho only daughter of ;yi Stanford, Ky. county or the four pre- Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Penny, and who is one is for Lincoln white as if n snow had fallen. cincts naked to assume the amount. of our most attractivo and accomplished Wn invite attention to our new stock of styles nnd Joe HriuttM seems to be in for it for a young ladies and a favorite with everybody, I'lUTe Glassnnre and Quee nsware, new juit returned fr i.i Oia Ianatl with a full looked unusually handsome in garnet rep designs. Come and get our prices nnd we reason at lets). Jailer Newland received a line of the latest atyle of Kail nrd Winter Mtllln-cr- v -silk, elaborately trimmed in embossed vel which I hare opened out at Mils Bolle Hughes' AND know that wo will save you money. S. S. letter from Gov. Knott saying that lie had old Hand. The ladlee are reipecttully Invit d to pardoned him nnd that he chould be vet, Duchess lace bonnet to match and dia- tall. CAItSOX, not MISS VIXTllItl Myers A Co. SUnlord. Ky. immediately" apprehended and retimed to monds. The groom is a native of South 2j.U begins its thre weeks' CllicuiT Court Carolina and met hia fate while filling penitentiary to, serve the remainder of is the f.ill term next Monday week and his three years there. By thesamo mail some appointments in this section during the lfwt for filing suits fur trial at it. There Mr. Newlatid received .1 bench warrant his course at the Theological Seminary at arc no important isises on tho docket and from Taylor county for him in which he Louisville. He is said to be a good preach HaTlnc ieured rooun at Mr. It. O. Alford'f, I g ladlej in the term will liktly -be a dull one. is charged with his favorite crime of hore er and givts promise of rising high in his am prepared to ervlhe . T njrloandat wwlncjtn helpmate and other ktndaofFollcitlo a th tfJt yur patronas a reasonable ratea. i i.are ot Jchhua Doiiam, who is now doing a steiling. Mr. Hughes will likely have no sicred calling, Having chosen age. 1 aiu, rcipeWtully, thriving business in the grocery trade nt chance for some time to carry into effect one so fitted by teachings nnd religion to be Stanford, Ky. 292.1m Dinville, was here yesterday, presenting his threat of killing our estimable citizen, fill that position, the union can but We have received the stock of Fall and Win shop hers Mr R. K. Birrow who ho fancies has productive of good to his people ns well as the old na'rons of his hsrrer After the cerewith shavi-- g muss Loarlng the name of wronged him. Mr. I B. Hurt, n epecial happiness to themselves. Goods SALE. has ever been shown in this market. TWO FAK3IS deputy from Taylor County, and tho same mony and a change of dress the couple left each. for Louisville where they will remain u Ioirrrorutc twj furmn. lying en the Stanford RE'tMtiiEH.the cheap excursion to the gentleman who in April, ISSIi, caught and boiucrsi-- t plk. one iniiMinloR li' Are. vin the Hughes with a stolen hone near Sparta, few days and return home. It was their Waynaliuri( Mailon, O n. H. H., Louitvillo KxKsilion tomorrow lent, 1 mile north uf twin will leave here nt Teno., arrived here Wednesday evening original intention to gontonce toTimmons aud olio ol l.Vfruit, pl'tr of water, tad Italian. tiiaher, .lc. L. A N. A ComdderaUlo (Saturday,) morning, which and getting Judge Carson to Huepvud his vllle, S. C, whete Mr. Mahony u located, Iraprvuient lair. Termaeniy. 6.M7 it. but owing to the aicknau of Dr. Penny, Casaimeres, Dress Silks, Waynetbuni, Ky. Domestics, 91.3m will take yon there nnd hack for $1.50, ar- sentence against Hughes for carrying condaylight Sunday morn- cealed veapins, produced the neoesMry pi- they decided to postpone their golDg until Shawh, Caehmores, Flnnnels, riving here about Tho bride received pers, and took him nt onco to Taylor. hid convaletcecce. ing. Cloaks, Jg1U3, Ottomans, McKinney Hughes stolo his harrofrom a nejjro nnd it wjina fifty odd hsndaonie jirwenta but the To tho Ladies of Dolmans, McRoRT A STArto call tho nttcntion Linsoys, Henrietta CJotb, was of little value but his puttier, who wxu modesty of the donord jirfcludes tho pub. Ami Vicinity. of hunters and others to their largo stock Circulars, Tickings, Batiste, sentenced to the penitentiary fivo yearn, got licition in detail. just reccivod of breech nnd tnttnlo loading I am now la dl!y receipt ot a full anortmwit ef .Newmarkets, Figured Ratines, Printe, a fins one and for him tho pursuit was parLAND, STOCK AND CROP. shot guns, 'rifles, game bags, shot pouches, Full and Winter Slilllncry, Wool SuitiDgs, Underwear, Ginghams, powder, shot and instruments ticularly made. Mr. Hurt seems to bo n powder fhsks, J. It. Warren noM to J. S. Hundley n towhleh I invito your attention, confident that I do'ormiced young man and will no doubt breech-loadin- g Blankets, Jerseys, Children's Cloaks, loading and reloading for can pleaw both in lyle and prices, l'.efptotfully, pair of mule colU at S30 each. s;ethat his mnn is properly convicted, Beiges, Zephyrs, 3!vn. Jl. V. TAltltRIt, Ky. Bed Comforts, guns. , Prices lower than ever before. Diwiton Bold to A. K. J.L. and L. L Mc&lnney. 29j.f Yaws, Dress Trimmings, RELIGIOUS, Tablo Linens, feeding cattle nt by the 9 head 1,000-lb.- , Penny "Peck's Bad Boy," aa rendered Basket Flannels, Silk Velvets, Balmorals, Tuesday night proved $1.05 per hundred. Rev, J. M. Bruce will preach at Hcfge Combination ! John Iince Tnlbott, of Clark, has Velveteens, Opera Fluunels, Curtain Lace, Preschersville next Sunday nt3:30 r. M. to be! ono of tho raoit laughable entertain100 Rrado Handkerchiefs, wo have ever had. Phil S. Grciner Plaid Flanneh, Ac., Eld. J. R. Warren will preach at nt bought of Win. Bucltner, Sr., mento Collars, A fomfortahli- rrUenee of lie mom, cellars, 50 to $25. gran land, within tho with 5 aerp of .Ribbons, in the part of Henory, the bad bov, seems Units Gap tho third Sunday in this month otcera nnd hcifera at from $22 HatnburgB, Unge Veilings, Stanford, Whitney & Son, of Mt. Sterling, ship- orchardlunl'ii oft lie city of idujiu, Ac. Ky. from wnter ornpp'n. rherles, to have entered entirely into tho spirit of at 11 a.m. Ilucbing, Beaded Lace, Laces, pom, prliij and culejn. riilu li one of the moat During tho last thirty years the Epis- ped to Mr. Kendig, ut New Ycrk, Tenn., dcalndjU lioiuca In btonf. I Tertm rcitonaulc. tho author of his sayings and dolnRS and he drape, Fringes, a mule at an average of Addrws Napkins, Ji. T. JIAIlltlSf acta them so naturally thtU one almost copal church in Scotland ha) gained 50,000 50 head of nucUlint Staulurd.hy. Hosiery, 2.2r Corsets, Towels, that ho is nctlng but is in fact really members, 133 clergymen, three cathedrals, G0 per head. Thero U a great deal of complaint all Kid Gloves, Goseamerc?, boy whose nnlics Mr. Peck has 170 churches nnd 00 parsonages, Hoopskirt the bad countioi about tobacco . over tho pas8. Sweeney was famous. In addition to tho funny of Notion?. Eld. J. mado All kinds heating in the barn during the lato wnrm business, a neat little plot rttna. through tor of the Christian church in Paris for Ighwt bidder I trl'lotler at pub'Ic ule to ths have lost their enweather. Miny farnws at my place nt liuitouvllle, Ky., on the performance, which gives scope to somo his 15th year. He received 135 votes, his tire crops. good rctingnr.il lenda additional interest father 1, nnd his brother George 1. Children's'. 1891, Mn:t's, Boys', Apples are so cheap in many countic9 Wcilitefltliiy October 22, Tho will of Mrs. II. D. Hunningtou to it. In this Mr. Gus J. Hwgp, who takes scarcely care One HoiMO and good Oarden, Lot nnd Stable, one of New York that tho farracra the part of Lusher Stublu, tho drunkard, which was prohited in Cincinnati "Wcdnea-daHlacVsmllli hbon aad Tooii, with lino room, puck them, ai tho barrels cost paint room, wood ihop and tooli; (it the (hop la of grcit priife. II a was n 7cry bequeathed 5300,000 to the Episcopal to pick nnd U deserving homo and lot) SO head ot will ront From tho following Celebrated Manufacturers: aa much bh tho fruit brinz. Wino apples, rot soldnn.l Mam. It4 with Eood Norman Maroi aa aa iir,r... fino piece of acting and won him much ap- church. She gave over $200,000 to R. L. Stevens & Co., only ninety cents there are in the county and In fo.il. 1 good Alter, Forward & Co., Lilly, Brackett & Co., g very fine, are bringing ''Tom Nrl.by" out of plause. Tho troupo is composed of forty cents per bushel is Mitchell" by Crow'. plueton l'ony, kind and Reed & Weaver, Rev. A. F. lUker has juet closed a very per barrel, while Chao. Heiser. wire, 1 fine Udies an 1 gentleraon nnd deso rvo 1 meeting at Coalton, Ky,, ro (tilt- tho price paid for caportere. Tho cider rentle,1 uilllt Cowi. 6 f.it Hoc?, &3 koo1 Miuiybady'a. Also Im;!o UiiRgles and No. of the amuooment loving public. Mr. succcBaful well i seventy atrePidons nnd tho and evaporation works offer eighteen cents 3 iota ilutfle UfirntN. 1 6kllon Wn, on good Harnwa, llnustlield and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Carpets, Oil Cloth, Wall Htcgc himfolf, is ono of tho cloveroit ing in about 1 ret of double Vale, ' of a church there. Mr. Biker per hundred pound for pple, aad much KlttbonPuriilturo. It. J. HJUlif, managers we have ever' met nnd it is a UottonTllle, Ky. Paper.' Samples by mail when desired. 291.St wiBtiog w th ground. here, is wall kuswu ftult is Wed-nefdav. - New shades of ready mixed paints for Batnuel C. IVrkins and lie A. Albright, were mcrried Mountain yesterday, Miss Rsbeccs, darghter of Mayor Taylor, was married to R. W. Kline, of Shreve-port- , Li., at Frankfort Wednesdny. Mr. Dudley Preston, a merchant from Madison county, was mnrricd to Miss Ara-be- l, daughter of Mr. Jerome D. Brady, at his residence by Kev. II. C. Morrison, -- Mr, Selected butchers and liMTy shippers...? 5.M&5.O0 1,7535. IS Fair to good packers- S.M,5.25 Miss Mol- - Fair to good light 4.00(31.75 King's Common at IIKKP. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - Common to fair (lood to extra I.AM 52.J0g3.75 to choice - .1t4.) S.2sJ5.IJ MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. GROCERS I AND Managed by Jno, B. Fish. JOBBERS if F10UB -- e. i ML WAdOIS, Biiseus AND ARRIAMES, o. And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. ex-len- or Mtost Complete Xaine Hard' ware and, Queens- - ware We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, Patronage. n And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your m m BRIGHT & CURRAN. FILL OPENiNC! litis-ban- IN'ESW" BI3UL,mE5RY. IST0N Largest REHS - MAKING! men-Makin- LEY'S Stanford, lly, just FOtt ter that !. r.tncKrr, JMEfcY GOOD. . FOR spK-ud- REJJKTT te for-get- bluo-gras- s PUB&IjS S A3LJ3 1 y, 3SC50,37SJ j&JSTJD SJ3E3C03E3JS rola-tive- B.yoar-oldMa- ... .,' lawsim I. wI J . P.iiirt rarmmAPii nf Yoar running our mill for Cir.llnjjHial Spinning eecured, ami the County Judce ami the Justices of theoaTrM, nud Trt,le-Mark-s anil lie IVsce or Lincoln count ai ' mm nciu all nthrr lmtiml rAtite In tha Iilent OtUca ft'tended aci'l doliiKgiil wiirk. Wcwlcm bo suit lifexpriwi to uiivnJ riturnfliin( yry, paak pn'n aecuiH. tbaCourUpromptir sml irefuly LIVING OS NOTHING, on Monday, the Oth da? of October, 1881, tare ly iu liuoilles. Carding kit Mill, 6 eta, black to. Upon receipt of moJol or sketch oi lurentlon, I and mixed, 10 cli., pjr poun 1 when great It made the following order: JcenUnMt-- l whta wofurnltli It. Ben J on O. Welch appeared aud imloruioful oxiuluntloa, aJiJlie si to This day NOW SHARPS AND SPONCES EXIST. iTqplSyflJLLE & NASHV ILLE R. ft fg freo of charge. four wool and giro ui a trial. read to the court an act of the General c. ir. ir.irsox Af'.nox, -- a.wT I'ecH motttrntc, and I malco no chtivuci 270-- 1 in i"nifffr uniwi agggg JIitcUilliour, Kr Kentucky entitled, "An act to linlrHHitntout In wcrlircif. Itiformatlun, of THE QRKAT Tlio Way Tliry Fleece Young Itlnmts nntl raUe money to adrlce ana ipeclal relerences eoat on application. atitlioriz; Lincoln county to Wealthy Old Slcn, Who Should Knnvr It ITT Mi 1.. J, It.Washington,1. Ii. C. nid in the construction of a railroad thro' Hotter, Out of Tlii'lr MoneyIUr- Jfoar V. S. Palen t Offl-eyd county," approved Mar 1, 1S31 and nuclrs unil Sinker. thereupon presented a petition, which is filed, aicned by the Chenapeake ci Naeli- Hnrln determined to change mr builnex, I Pittsburgh rhpateli. oiler for site (nrlratclr) mr iSiir Mill. elluiteJ on v m Kt war Ce. by K. Zimmerman, l'rcs Tin wns of meillutu liuilit anil Incllnoil llruili Creek, in C iisy coun'r. Ky. The Engine WHY JIMMY WAS SO SAD. iilent, and by W. G. Welch and 27 other Ig stetitnes. H)llr full; hielne tOiM; t'uun-te- r lie stotxl Inst enming in tho This not'.c forewarns liu.iter', fishermen ami liiMtlomrr;teet. Shall 2. Eleiut Siw aJ (rlt Mill at- How Ho l.OHrned tlio l'rlco or I'rntlicra. citizens and residents of the justices' dis- e tramps not lo trypan on our lauJs without deer of a lcntlliiK hotel In a graceful and tricts of Stanford, Walnut Flat, Turners-villat all such acta are liable lo be procecuted taelied. Tin rjpert j- la 1 ll'llUburgh A irvatly-flttin;- ; suit of clothes of tlie and Hiutonvillo precinct, asking this to the full exlentofM.-r- iiw Iu tiood ICtiiiiilurr Order. I colore, fnultlew linen, mtiitral ITih, in Btantnrd, There is much that is pathetic in the histSleneu election to be held in I), McKUlrlclc.Kjr Oui A il. AlcOoruuck, Timber ileutjr anl arctlble. I vouU be witling shoot, n l:nt of thu Intest stylo nnil tory of n child. Thero aro hidden inci- court to cause nn naid districts lo take the eense of the quali- H. T. llusa, A. v. I'ariienter, to cuchanita lor good farm nock, inch ai if u lei, a moiloit display of jowolry gavo him dents In tho life ot children especially C. lUllior. fied voter therein upon the proposition Y. 1U1J, lloraei, Citlle, , K. Cobb, Kevl Hu'iVle, ninlo children, which, if known, would nil nppenrnnce that porsumled Pertooi whlilnj to rnKti In the lumber bull-nc- n hereinafter Bet forth. Upon consideration Hleglns Kelly, V. 1). I'.hfklM, follow, create a profound iiuprosslon in tho imlie must bo n sciiwiKfr, uell-to-il- o will ou J a good opening lir aiiiilrlnic to Vllhout Change lanj with Speed Unrl.alei C. McCoruiack, petition the prayer thereof is II. U. A J. V. Uorer, MIL (ill I .OU, IX. with a mediate circlo of tho hero of tho enmo. A of which nnil when ho pushed M. II. I.Ttle, hereby orders that U. L. Carter JMMf granted and the court Huitontllle, Ky. o SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE j. inn, J. W.WMtiierlorJ, hand in which tho blua velm.wure pcrcopt-Jblreporter caught u gllmr so of this pathos Hhall he held on Saturday the t. Vanor, Wm. llurton, C TROU LOUISVILLE TO Till through tht transparent skin, and yesterday. A good little boy who is tho an electionof November, 1S34 in said Stan-lor- J. A. Harris J. . Murpby, 15th day snld to n innti who v,n appronching: . Cktter, delight of his paronts sat on tho steps of 1'. J. M. Hill, Walnut Flat, Turnersville and BJ. Carter, J. H. McAllitcr, 'Well, old boy, a sight of you i good his houso out at Oakland, after the circus justices' districts or prrcincta to T. J. Fouler. J. U. Jones, for soroeye; when did you got tJackf" parade excitement had died out. Ho was take tlieetn'c of the qualified voters there- T. M. White, J. q. WoDinomery THE DKrCJOIST. nnil a dozen other questions tu quick suc. A.Henedlct, U.K. Marciiu, sad and downcast. When other llttlo in upon the following stated proposition, PULLMAN CARS &R 'telW. W. V- Anion M.T. Ituitell, 3 sparkling with plcasuro boys nppronchod him nnd exclaimed: cession, bis LinLittle Itock, .Montzomerj, Atlanti, fDuab, Whether or not the county of LLE, - -HUSTON A. 1. KenlinJ, , It. J. Pant. Jacknonillle, Motile, ana Nw Orlni. ns hi) grasped tho ' Hoy, Jimmy, goln' to the circus" ho coln shall band, you bonds to the amount of S. W.UlTen. A.; h'enUtul. felt sure of it. lyrl Is Preparing for n Lively Sttmincr merely shook his bend In n weak, sad, neg- $150,000 upon the credit and responsibility BEST ROUTE" TOTlORIDA They locked arms, slowly wulkod to tho ative way which spoke volumes. To ono of the four aboe named district ami Trjulc. In Talaee t'ara Without ('Ihhr. bar and leisurely sipped the sherry or- of his Intimites ho confide! tho fact that whether said county upon thp credit and IIli line ofg.wli, in t ry rarletr ututlly found dered by tuo now nrririil, InusUiiig and his father had gono away on n business responsibility of the said district shall ac SHORT LIHE TO THE EAST llonw of the kind, li ,ln a nrst-clbauturing enchvotbor with all sorts of trip and his mothorwas sick in bod. Thoro quire by purchase or gm, Kroa. LouIoIIUId TalaceCare wllbootchanc. w large and complete. small-talk- . Tbey afterward entered nnil was no money to lo spared for circus tickover a strip of land through h sat down In the ren ling-rooJudioions Alterations in the Internal Arnear a ets, and Jimmy being without resources the county, such as may be newsary for UlUIUnHIl IO line ol tnli road will reporter, who a conversing witU must itayat home. rangements Seoure Boom Oonifort receive ireclal low ratea. or for depo's and such the riubt i See jlective now uncaged in other pur ol Hilt CVmimnr for t utet, roulei E. H. BURNSIDE, and Bettor Display, nn old d In the afternoon he disappeared. Ills grounds as may be cecewary at Stanford, Ac. or tlte c. P. ATH0RE. G. P. k T. A. suits, and lclnted to each other various misery was too much for him, nnd bo was Ky for depot building", machine show, Particular attention la calleJ to '" Loulevlllo. K, humorous and aplry nnecdotos of their supposed to havo draggod his sorrowful round houses, water enpply, Ac. for the This Old - Known Woll summer ti ips to the i leisure Tholr llttlo body off to somo secluded nook whero said Chesapeake A Nsahvillc Railway. A Largo and Elegant Addition to tho Hotol Still Maintains goad humor and jovial uinnnor was catch- be could mourn unseen. In the ovoulng The amount of money to be railed and for Stock of Jewelry, High Boputation, be issued, ing. 7 hero wni u momentary hush In tho when tho song birds sang from tho tall the raising of which bonds arc to And article! o Tertu. hum of voice, and fifty eyes wore tree tops aud tho hush ot twilight was in in case the qualified voters iu aaid dialricts AND nttracud toward toward them. Old insn the air, Jimmy reappeared on tho front by a majority vote adopt or affirm this A l'.ewrJnf Two llunpretl Iollarw iaW dropped their papers and glanced at them steps. His fnco was still cloudod. Sundry proposition, is the aforesaid eum of $lo0,-00- Its Proprietor it Determined that r thefrlen.Uof the late J N HcDrJIcI for the over their, spectacles. Finally tho second littlo boys camo around to tonder tholr it Shall bo Second to no Country and eucb. additional sum as may , be rapture of hit iiuirJrrer, Henry lUberu Itoherli If atioui J l Hotel in the State in iti Fare, age, ilirk cowi.lealon, arrival arose and, noting the time, snid: words of sympathy and toll him about necessary to acquire ineiuic.-wWUHms IoaugurateJ March lib, IS. e;e,ann)th ;raof iry tmj rouiitrnaDce, haul faroanl rathAppointments, or Atten- 'Say, let's go up thor.' nnd have a tima. Jumbo and tho white elephant. At last Ac. The bond lo be issued for the er bua built, wdiliUc prvlMihlr ISO pouuie. tion to Comfort of Ut lebrutc our return, you know." unablo to contain himself any longer ho purpose of raising aatd proposed sums of their Gucati. 'Can1, do ft, old fellow," answerei tho burst out with: money shall not be sold at lea than their ether w 1th a 1 ok of nuuoyauco. "My "Ob, gimmo a rest. I sco it all myself." par value nor bear a greater .ate of interTltK and fro trip has run me short" "What!" exclaimed one of tho boys. est than C per cent, per annum and to be tltcae ttlllh eonTefed teaccomruo.latlthe da frioof charge. Apeclal est Only Democratic Paper in New twenty years from the date when "INlmw! Don't mention it. Coma right "Did you go" due to Commercial TrateleM. The liar will along or shall 1 carry you" and ho guyly or sooner, at the option of Linco n alwaa aapplled with the choleeit & "Yes." York! proceedfiSM.l bonds are to oraniisor i.waoriaaj vuars . mndo nn ntteinp: ns if do so, and after all county. The ".Mother glvo you n quarter?" rights-ot-wa- r f protasis. 'Lad ben silenced they went ovt, be invested in the ac5Wi"on 1? "No." Every Domocrat Should Itond It. lbc lmrch"e Bt aforesaid audl "Wliontv taeyj'' inquired tho reportor "Borrer It?" College. mortgage bond of tho detective. went up In the attic to road n buk their par yalue oKoTfirst TIIK OXLV LINE nUNNU.'M Dally, ?' SeinMVwklr, ft, II.M; Weekly, oc I'.a Iway 5fc' Nashville "Ti young man who csnn up Is tho son inn' found nn olo bolster and two plllers." of said Chesapeake doliah jer year. n of the proposed Company, theurVW of a lending enpitalin in tuli city. Tho "What did you do with 'em?" Cars! of said four.dislricls being to aid the MONEY CAN ottiar is a noboly from nowhoro, so to "eathers is fifty cents a poun', said in the. court ruction and cquip-mn- J With a Fuil Corps of Teachers, It y peak. Been to tktt pleasure resorts? Jimmy, cautiously, and he added: "Cross compiny AND SOLID TIUINfl ary man or WUBI1D, BlIrl or lT who will or- rr.a.i.- But no such invest- . 1UCUI " nb.ir t Kn:ie CIlain lor U'hv, that fellow has Leon hew nil suuv yor broast ye: wont glvo me away?" y is io ue or Thli Imtltutlon will lu Fifteenth Sculoo nwr, although I not ce 1 he did not fro-U"Cross my breast," wns echoed inchorus, tnent in bond. LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO Mid rend m built from TI1K 1VKKKLY KDITIOX on the .il Uoutiajr la Hpleuiltr next. public places; kept shy. TImt's and tho sad, wistful look came back into made, unle their in Liucoln county and Richmond Junction jwi't of hi Ui3lnei. lis is what you may Jimmy's fnco as bo said: The great Kami n.t Umt Kewipaper, complete SrKCUL Noricr-raaaeii- trre IriHit the Knoi that point thronch Lincoln ALL THK BRANCUES OK A la all llailepirtiuesti. Tl!le Ilranch of L. A N. It. It. irrlte la "Got sixty cents left;" and then they nil extended from mil a gen'eel sponge. Hi does nothing, u a westerly direction to Nashville, In time to lake the erenlng train of the Inn uo vUfble means of Mipjwrt, but Is al- went round tho corner whero lolipop lurks c&unty in to some railroad running to Uailta,' and go Ibroujth tu AOENTS PAID IN CASH. Tenn., or THOROUGH ENGIISHCOUBSE ways just as yr.u saw him a few minutes in a dingy store window. Nashville nnd unlees Bald roid i M well J, for (JrccncaMtle, CniTfrordgTlllc, Lnrujett Tor 100 at It each f l will he ago :iot, careless and andsubMantially built and equipped m the Are tsueht, u well J and I'hlwiffo ulthuut cliutiire. M uMcrll-era- , Jl; fl.' for 3& itW Ill Cnnipalcn Kmled. When alone be h unobtruslvo, courteous ajhvilie 'or n lulMCilliers, t fur IB tulcrl- main stem of the Loularllle A TIMKTAllLI MUHIO, TUB IiANOUAQKB, D11AW. oll!e. You will nevor seo him in the and Pittsburgh Times. i:, 'or 3 iuuicr!)ri, SI, Kailrosd and no ureater amount ot sucn SfATltlSs. INO AND PAINTIKO. company of common-lookinIiITy. luily. people or About ton o'clock Tuesday night tho boi d are to be iwued uy the mortgage Atenla Wanted In Ktery Town aa.1 Village. Ur- looting in saloons. Affects a popular sort egrnph operator lu tho Times editorial first Lve. Ioulslll.... ctilari bd4 awpl Coplea Kir beud . i,. n 5.10 000b to the ormile, and 7 41 p u, of ploty, and, exesptiug in tho sumin-r-lim- e, lur thfu. paid for Arr. (irrenrsutUu taken t 01 a m! 2 01 pin room was receiving ovor our special wires said bonds are not to " Crawfrdsllle . . : cj i S 61 p ta rroquentstheYou ig Men's Clirihtlnn tho United Press report of the opening of except when on cquiTalent amount of work " Lafajrlte I II auil 4 U pin In Tuition, price range from t?3 to (60 In tb Association vu'oRii, and " Cblc-- a all tha ikj.vs tho Republican campaign nt Burlington, on Mid road has ben dune (upon estimate 7 SO aw. , SMnta lriuarr, tit, iDtnrceUlite Irotii n roligiousurtlclodowntothespic cv Vt. Among tho other papers lu tho samo of competent engineers) in Lincoln countr. regular no; I'reparatoijr, 940. ajd tolUtlaU, tTSO. Tha uiual direct rout, with snly our vhaugeol KltOM NOW TO NOVEMBEH. news in tin daily papers. Ho never pb y cars, loll same shaU not be paid Ihii In IVIkwuiIu, MlNacia. luws circuit receiving tho messages simultnne-- , and 30 per cent of fcecond-fldd'.For lurthrr lufnrmatlsi. excepting In tho tantter nt ously by tho same wire was tho Petersburg until the whole road from Richmond June-ticFor full particular!, aa ta Hoard. Ac. addreaa Try I(!t Try II!!! Nebraska, AcMUIIHAY Ki.LLKIt.0. I'. addrnss II! A., n Tenne-eee- MRN. S. V. Tniir.tir.AHT, Frlncliml, cash. Knows all that' going on, and can Index-Appeiin Kentucky, tn Nashville 'M The message ticked out at Kr Twenty per oat may t relaloeJ for orJeri o Atatibrd. IJtHoln Co., Ky. dWciiH! ?cion?e ami philosophy as r'udily completed. The naid righls-o- f way, a slow and steady pace, which seemed to 10 or mure ccplff to one ftl.lrni. is any problem in sporfs. Scarcely ever to add dignity to tho names of tho prom- Ac, as hereinbefore mentioned, are to be I et or plays cards for money. Ii's rather inent orators present. Tho operator in tho ceded to said railway company upon uch h- paid tjcpensivo, you know, anil has a tendency to KENTUCKY CEH11IIL IL l oClco had said to tho sending terms as they may asree upen, to '.yi 31 I'AUK KOW, NKW IDItK. bring out in relief his circumstances. operator in 'ew York at tho beginning: in the capital etck of faid company, by the appointed in behalf of AVith h's most Intimato friends he makos "Not foeling very woll boon commisjionera to be ruori.H.siuAL no pretenses. They know all about him, spitting blood take it easy." Lincoln county in the event this proposi"JIluu.UraKH Itollle.,' but thoy like him. He's cnteitalnlng, altion shall be adopted by the qualified voNew York was sending slowly: w. aawn. Shortest and Qaiokeat Route from Co axM m. BcaocTT. l. ways prop-- r and can ba dopended on. o ter as aforesaid. n tral KentnoKy to all Pointt North, His friends are nover afraid of him comDITUDBTT A UHOWN, It is further ordered that the cfliceri ap Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Eut, Wojt and Southwest. pointed to hold the regular election in iu promising thorn. Ho can calculate with d A.T Xu.W The only line runnin- gthe ulnios" nlcoty when ho should retire. districts or preclncU for the present year y ISl-lMT. VKRNON, KV. Fast Line lletween (except the sheriff, who are to be appoint-iHe' as sensitive as a shadow In this ref f countr as his PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS by the sheriff of Lincoln spect. IUoU young bloods like to have LEXIXGTOX A OIXOI.V.ATI. ALEX. AWDEUBON. o--f deputies) shall hold the election and take lilm etruund, he is so accommodating and ATTOKNEY iVT LAW, Schedule In Eflact Bpl. 1, 1MI. regular DANV1LLK, K.Y., the vote herein provided for at the clever. Ho bows bis nock to only a few, o a u. voting in eacti oi earn Will practice In the CourU of Boyle and adjolnlnf pUces of and thoy support him ami use him. Thero f Kb7T5 oounlle and In the Court of Appeala. KoTTT the said 15th day of November, 1884. At reo Houtii-IJouiiis nothing of tho ccarso Mend mo so much Dally Suddenly from tho Dally "Bk aaid election esch voter shall be asked Dally Ex. bun.il?x. Hun. uutil Saturday ' about him. His friends j. n. ri8U, Bk Bk , aud onl8TllIc,Clnciniitill tin d Lex left his koy whether he votes for or against the propomake a lucky speculation aud make him a open, interrupting tho message. New A.t Lnvr, Covington S 10 Dm Ington, Ky., t 20 a m 2 00pm (which is the proposition And MaaterComuilailonar lUxkcadla Circuit Court Lve. Falmouth .: prosent of a few shares. When they York bad to stop sending; 'Washington sition submitted MT VKHMON, KV. 9iii ui 4 43 nro " Cjnthlana-- .. io in p mil Ma ui 3 SI p m recited) and his vote shall be hereinbefore know he has some money they give him a cut the repeaters, and tho Will practice In tbs UocacaatU CourU. Collecdifferent ofllces recorded in a poll book, to be provided by lata 40 nmlll sj . ml s is ., tions a ipeclally. Oflce. in (1WJ Arr. l'arls. pointer and ho dabbles In stocks. At such gossiped with each other over the lalngton U 6 ptalu n p mj 6 00 p a wire, the clerk of thi court at expense of county Connectlog In aame depot with times ho spends his monoy freely, but exchanging guesses as to what was fait tralni lor Lve, I'arta... 10 40 A ItS ptu tho for that purpofe at each voting place, which m,ll SI a LEE F. HUFFMAN, nover assumes anything, ha Is useful lu matter with Petersburg. Arr. Winchester. lit 11 i mH 10 p in. t 00 pm ml Ten minutes shall be returned in the time and by the HUKGJSON u buudrcd ways in society. There aro lots passed. Thoy bogan to MTANFOIID, KY. Lve. Winchester. 12 Mum, 6 20 call Petersburg same officers as in cane of general elections, pin Omce South side Main titreet, two doors a bo re Arr. Itlchmond..., 1 JO p m. 7 13 p m of bloods who would like to bo intimate hard names. Fifteen minutes. Now Bnd the result of said election is to be ascer" Lancaster ,. ine ayera s a pml 41 pin The Direct Route To Lynchburg, Dan Fur Nitroustioiai: Uaa adulnlsUrtU whan re wilh him, but he won': lot them. Ho re- York was gotting Impatient and was just " llowUnd Oxide 5 t& p m in the manner preecrib-eWpm quired. fuses as many favora as ho receives. about to cut Petersburg out and continue tained and certified ville. DforTolk, Arr. llerea ,..,; by the act hereinbefore referred to. In INpin When ho is hard up thoro aro numberless the report to the other papers, when the " Llviogdon . J S )5 p iu., a colOil. W. B. PENNY, each of said poll books there shall be " In.UAN.Hy 4 !M p ib1, ways of letting it bo known. Boforo ho interfering koy was suddenly " Wllllauisburttl closed. umn headed, "For Hail road Aid ' and a All Virginia as3. North Carolina C (2 li iu DontlHt, his friend went a squnro, I'll venture Washington put tho repenter and " Jelllro Pointa. .. . E M p ih BTANFOni), KENTUCKY. through, and column headed "AgainftKiuroau aiu ami TTTTIlI For tlcVeuAnd Jdrlher information, apply to to soy uo na t a nny or u hundred lu his then this from tboiKexvlpnca: Office nrer llobt, 3. Lytla's store. Office hour the votes of all peraons voting in lavnr oi I your nearryftlcketoUlce, or addrcu No.S, I No.T, o".ll pocket, a loan, of course, and wbon they be " Cummins, regular press operator, just the proposition herein recited shall see Train Dsllr from 8 to 13 a. u, and I to S r. M. Anesthetics ad W. J. UliiaM W, K. A It NO M, 'IJ4-ly- r. are settling up ufter u night's fun thu died. Hemorrhage. AdTtrtljln; Ait , ministered when neewwarr. Notes. Kx. bun tx. fcun. and Iav. AiX Ticket I'm his sub, Go in the column first named and of Ji25 t'ourtll Ave. Loulovllle. Ky friend conveniently forgets nil about It ahead address." Lve. Jellloo S SO a in! those voting againat said proposition Jn the W.MMITII, II. w. ri'M.KIt, and pays th whob bill. As n matter of ' Tlvlnitson-...- ll 15 (len'l l'au'r Atc't. r)n'l Manner, And Senator Edmunds' speech went ou, column last nnmed, ! " Drea ., m sSAXiE Arr. Ulchnond ,2 40 a m Clcbiuoba. VlrglaU. faot, ho is wittlor, better educatod nnd while tho body of Ned Cummins, tho At least 20 days' notice shall bo glvenby . 1 30 p m more clover by far than any of his friends. groat campaign onded for him, the election of was car- the sheriff of Lincoln-countLve. Itowland . .. 1 1.1 a m I offer for privately my farm, near the They know it. They have the most money ried out. " mlin herein ordered by publication m inn Iste Coir Mill pike, 1 county, west or Ml. " Lancaster . .. II v41 a in (tinl ho the most brains. Ho furnishes tho 1 Ulchmond.... Lincoln containing p in newepiper and b7 printed fl 0 a n Hion Joi'ltNAl. " Winchester . 3 if p hi Novttltles In Watermelons. V7k Acre, Tlicr Is a lams liorn on the place "lie nnd thoy tho other. He, however, is nn: nnjtn.1 mi st not les than three 'Uaia Improvements art lair. It Is well Lve Islington . nnd ihe other one out of a thousand, and is a coiisura-inai- u ll'hiludolphla Time in which tho j " M p in, 31 W 7 SB a m ThtJ"fr$tKbite"to public placei in each district watered and fenced, I hate S acres In tobacco and Arr Faris S K p ih 2 IS p ih 8 10 a u diplomatist. "There is another class IS acres In corn that I will sell either with tho "There's no foar ot n watermelon fam- election n to lie hem , i f.irm or nut, as the piuchawr desires Terms lib Lve U'lnchrsier olup,Mjin uuulivt) nnd dress well," con- ine this soason," said a doaler at Arch IU p milt 5o u m" 7 to a m Arr Farls ml II'. MHWX, fife 8 0.5 a m nferwl"thiincUiiA'erablyaforeMljfe)t. 0 W GSt cral. CallcnoradJri-s- t tinual the "Thoy uro cunning btreet wharf j'osterday, as ho gazed upon 3 40 p in! ! IS p ml 8 10 a Mt. talcm, Ky. Lvo Fails in Arr CjtithlaiKi... 4 Cfl p Ki rather U.an diplomatic. Thoy know all a pllo of the lunclous, groen-conteMay LlbSlauJ I, nleuuen io JH p id H 48 a m arnrovnl fruit. !' orll.we.it and SouUiwest by the way of nuiuuiilil.... . MUpin 3 ft7 i w M . hi ibout lh c arsr kinds of pleasure that (o the j'royieiins "Any now varieties this year.?" beinetiict conform;iT 3F5L- 6 M wi IHt, p la II HO an. Hcem to he so attractive lo tho unre"Well, wo havo tho vanilla nnd tho I hereof. X.VVWXILIA-- : arOlXClSHXTI. RgramicNis fined city Hood. TUy gritilf, swear watermelon. They uro got a Pm.v Att: J. Ulain. Cut. L. t. O. MAY.SVII.I.K IIRAM11I. mid Lou-ii..mu.r, Bin LoavinjT Chattanooga go lu couples, by Itijeotjng tho vanilla Uavor or inserting All T'.m'Jr.f. UIH and Clnclimallor mikell & Bueilen's Arnica Salve. TJonSj; KiTTTT and niter getting hold oa u fast a bit of lemon into tho stem vhllottho NoaTii-llouwbunday oinpi witli the LiKht-11- 1 IouIitIIIp, Ky,, Cincinnati, ()., and Indianapolis, lally iiiiiif(.iioii Dally TheheitSilToln the world for Cuts, Dtuleti, dlrtCxpres on at tb' youm only. Lx. bun.Kx. bun. they n!.. , Tho flavor i taken up Ohio A Mlalaslpil ftr St SQ molon is growing. Us; olover the res, icner, Ind., dealers lubtHuway A Sons', Decker tiros.', long ns the mou-- y hts. They are very by tho pulp aud mnkes n delicious combi- fr'oree, UlcJrs, Salt Rheunj, FoTcr jUYnd all iioluts West, llalnrs', J. A C Fischer, Vow A Bon1, llildwln A Lvo Covington- u.n.t. rhlllilntns. Corns, acd a'l Skin . 2 00 pm jeflloiis of Intel treta-e- , Co.'a Cottage, " Ixlngtou Only epicures know of this ch.ni oiuiro l'iano Fortos; 7 00 a in 7 26 a in 4 30 p m nnd will rosort nation. 0nly 'roul Loulsrllla or Clntln- - also tlio Kstey,Upright and and llatullton Organs. positively curai Flit, or njfcfsyr; iTA 7 43 a iu 8 15 a iu 0 V0 p lo.uny mAUi to drive oil any other of wrinkle, nnd wo therefore hnvo fov of tho Eruntlons and I1U IlOlirS natl to M. Umr, being t wo hours Instruments sjldrihonliucr and terms to suit pur- Arr Paris... ta perflil wt,itf4 at Mlller'sliur'ii'!"! 8 10 a Id 8 10 a tbejr U.yl fr.im tje pastures on wlllch tuo doctored species on sale. Yon cau get a quired, IiiBuarantee.lto JIto cents per hfl: tintcker than any.otberltue, glrltog our passengers chasers. Don't ulvu prlccn orders till you get out in ft 47 p m your " Carlisle. S SO u m U 00 a m 0 tion or woiwr rwlunJed. I'xna2i jtimo foriiK'ilsand firt choice of tMts lu tialL prlica and terms, u7 p m others would nl,o like to graze They toothsome dish by plugging a melon, Danvlllo, Ky. " Johnson 9 17 n in 0 49 a iu 7 00 i, , golBg iWl. For safelBy renny Mc Allsicr. " MaysTllle., 10 00 a in 10 30 a ml 7 will Hglit for tlwlr.lui.U a llttlo fine clnrot, restoring tho "cn,J jl p m for l,m, tnko r'"" lor Piaw and receive box of i'oio of him (and his pure) when he Is on plus, n"11 allowing tho w'lno to bj taken up A Now Discovery. No. M No. 5 No. fli 12 Hours Quicker To Omaha and any APRI7P rce, ra costly in moro goods, which than by money rif lit will help all, oreith-- sex, Sunday i. Hproo. and stick to him llku loeoUos. Ono by tho fruit. But, bsvvuro; the combinaDally Dally Mr, Wm, TUoiuis, of Newton, Iowa, tars, "My line gutiij by way ufCblctijo. away iiiau anymtu eie in iuis wonn. Fortunes only. Kx, Sun. Hx. Sun twenty-of them can always bs found in his com- tion is as soJuctivo as llomau punch." awan mo worKers nbsolutelv suro. At onco a J- has heeu ic rlously alTicted with a ciugh for Lve Mayarllle pany. Tbey wear his j.'welry, nnd wuon drrs Tai'K A Co.. Augusta, Maine. I 13 i m S 41 a "Any now ways of preparing tho molon fire 20 p m jem, and this Spring uore than erer bein " Jolinvm 37 p in 0 30 a ml tlieyflnd hlmto be Jnn gjoi humor .thoy for table?" 49 p m Trade Mnrb. aUKHAV'N Nl'KUlFKJ, fore. She had used many rcinedlea without " Carlls'o 2 4.1 p in 7 VI a in 2 41 p New Dls- King's are not slow to bleed him into paying for " Well, I'vo boon oatlng melons for forty " Mlllcriburg.. 3 01 p in 7 II a m 3 02 p m I m JWl .Tlio (Jrcnt rnzllsh Ilcmedy, Arr PjtIs Always ni.tkoi ulls. The 3 whatever takes their fnucy. While mak-In- ? years, uud I still, prefer 'em plain. Some m,v. ,11.1 aj. with inott irratlfylni p in e in Hi " Lexington, ... 4 30 li m 'J 10 a m (Ki p in LXCiXW IS 10 a a iilghfpf lj,jfor example, in a friend-J- y ot my customers, howover, liko 'cm mlxod. first bottle relived ber vory uiueh and the second pm " Covington .... C OS Hi II 30a in ft 33 Isapoltlvactiro for Weak Memo Conpm hliuflls thpy wjll tear their clothes, and Ono of my host boardlng-houslottklmabeoluttly curtd her. Sbe h not had ry, Loss of Drain Power, Nervous customers Weakness, I.xhaustlon. Seminal bottles for thirty years." Trial it is an easy inhttor to get him to buy has watermolon salad overy Sunday ,'in tho sasooJ Notr Train No. 3 runs dally from Winchester Impotency, and General Loss of and Lexington to them new.sults.' Thoy seldom, If ovor, In soasou. She proparos it, sho says, just ns free at Tcnny A McAlUter's Drug Store. Largo Covington, but Is dally Power of the Ooncratlve Organs; pl With all Lima at ntut nil dlnpAira that follow aa n an Sunday routh of Winchester! Romany word,-ushim for money, but sua does lettuce outs tho rod part of tho size J I . Geforo Taking, quenco ot youthful Imprudence or BoT7.Ieb,X;,iJIffr,l.on Dd V"1'' to some subterfuge which provonts melon up Into bits and adds pepper, salt, Give Up. iciort Never St. Louis and Intarmcdiato Points, tho excess ol matured years, such Trilillort, their 8olBtiHM!rom ussumlng tho form of vinegar and oil. It ought to make 'em as Universal Lassltudo.Paln in the If you aro suffering with low aud depressed spira gug. lu fact, they don't, need much sick, but sho does say her boarders just its, loss of appetite, guneral debility, dliordeied ... Dlmnces of Vision, Prema.. TV, tl.lallM ... . Xo Ferries! oOniiiilUHTrnm-fei'- H bacx, Old Age, and many otter dis'eao roiiuoillli u a in; arrlvo Cov i ture money, for they oat, sleep nnd llvo with fight for it. Another family that I ktiow blood, weak constitution, headache, or any disn n ill uiuion "l""'fi eases that lead tn Insanity r ! Ho, 30. Kundsvnnlv Imm nAHl., n mm tholr victim. When thoy run short, how-eve- r, of pour molasses on their melons. A good ease ol a bilious inture, by all means procure a In all cases of Femila .rtU.! vii.7.i: 77' ""'" ""'"'Kiouooo a in; aaaisJif la, is auuu ill. Wralinru ih Hnceltlc acts like a they seller pawu such jowolry at many people, I believe, always add a bottle of Klcctric Dlttcrs, You will beeurrrliod Uiey can spare without notice. Thoro is fcquaezo of lemon to tho Cnnnecllunsmado In Union Depot, St, Louis, tlierio, rostorlm; loss or fadln vigfruit. A Boston to seo the rapid improTement that will follow; with trains or, Klvln to the eyo a brilliant uo doubt but that they froquontly, whon family that deal with ma are always par. y?u will Ijo Inspired with new life; strength and tomliwot. of Hues goliij "West, Northwest and and sparkling beauty, to tbs cheeka4HK&2&am . leave Paris 8 io a in; arrive Lexington 9 will ceaso lo. hois druuk, absolutely rob him. Thoy tlcular to havo tholr melons Arm, and just activity will return, piln ant miserythe pralso o II you aro going West to any (point, call on or ineroey uiooom oi neaiiu. AftorTaklng. no. and henceforth you will njolc In wilto to the undersigned. AirMurray'sypeclBels sold by all Hrugxlits at i m, u iu, arriTo raria a 13 p i y wiiu kuiuuio, "eioa tue races or whatever ripe, and don't haggle about price whon Klectrio lllllers. told at 60 ccula a botllo by Ten-nran L,ine.- hh. x ami i ..., i. .,,. ft . For full and reliable Information In regard to St tier package, or six packages for S3. Also by may bo going on. Whenever thoy soe that thoy got 'era to suit. Thoy havo the melons 4 McA lister. . Land, Ac, In the Western titutrs, Map', Guides mall, postage free, on receipt of price. Voll particulars in pamphlet, which will be theirXbJp U sinking thoy devlso a grand cut into llttlo strips, and oat'om with cold . Sft, iS!f- -? VffM Arl-fand lowest special raloj lor Tickets and Household ,a aua winchailur KllKE DISTltlHUTION. mailed free to every applicant. Address all com- and Washington, D. C Uoods to all polnta West call nn or address haul and then dosert and hunt up another baked beans. But, as I said before, for Tliamifll. H.1..I. "What causes tho great rush at McUoberts li munications to the solo manufacturers. (), II, ALttOl. dupu who wants to seo tho world with his mypart'I'llko 'em plain." CO.. Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Italhray. free distribution of sample Drug JflCttJl.il' MF.MiJCIXF.City. Mo. destination rV.c.b7irX,a?d.C,JffkM t0 Kansas owneyo. This class of sponges usually "I do not feel that I tball prore a deadhead In Slagg's of Dr, Storo J" The Uarrndsburg, Ky 8. t. D. MOItSi:, y, j! wiriiTr ruv- UoeauLo's Cough and Luug Sj rup, tlio bottles Sold in Stanford by Penny A McAUster and all W. PEABODY. W. O. B1IATT UC, W. Boqndrop outof tho Hold, as their life is a the enterprise If I onco" embark in It, I aee most popular remody for Coughs, Colds, Consumption Pres't and (ien'l Man'gr, Uen'l Pass. Agt, Druarlsts everywhere. . rt- - .nt , . w,i f. c.w.Sm3it?,!od'Kj" fat one. Thoy wind up In the Workhouse Taraouachaunela In which I know I can he umxr'tfrrhf C. W. 1'AUIfc), Central rasseoger Agent, and Ilrouchltls uow oa the market. Ecgular sUo CO auvui i'jetkb a v., n noiesaio Agen J00lyr Lculi ville, or l'enlteutiaryj after they hayo boon Oener.1 Manager. Clcdnnatl, Ohio. cents and $1.00, -- -' Agt compelled, in a manner, to resort to moro unscrupulous moans to get n living. Porno of thorn aro shrewd enough to husband their monoy and got into sonio sporting business, or start n snldon, or runa gambllng-houso- . Others go to dllToront cities and carry on all sorts of confidence games. I know olio who, a number of years ngo, after having run through a young blood, bgan living a more refined life, fell In love with n girl who had great strength of character, and by hcriufltiohco he is now in bnsluiks, and uould never be I taken for an old sponger." ORDER OF ELECTION. fTttr' T.Innnli PrMitii-- I?A.T12.1N'T. es Wool Carding 8c Spinning ly g p. POSTED! V Saw Mill For Salo! Through Trunk Line n ntti-luil- o. Chronlclo-Toloirraph.- Ai-- d, Hus-tonvll- le SOUTH & WEST l: e new-comer- 's lue VI RY -- right-of-wa- y "o MYERS HOTEL, ZH'j-patc- s. STANFORD. KY. Propr and its $200 Reward! m 0, Prosidont Glovolnnd hku-i-way- The IKTorld "MOXOBT KOU'iE.'! "o; Stanford Female Louisville, Now Albany unicago railway. BE MADE Pullman Palace -- . richt-oi-wa- nt or-e- llitlll good-humore- eulM-rlbe- g !i. ltr, TERMS MODEKATE, . IKiu s OIff.Y 15 CEIUTS THE WOELD, . n Iry l. Index-Appea- s w. I Kentucky's Route East w-a- b-- i.TrOll.EVel d o-- o-- i- -s o-- h-i- -s ui"" A SOIJCDRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. Index-Appea- l: Attornoy iripu Court-hou- DKNTIMT, d , , S NOBTII-IIOUN- ' ni i mm 1 1 iiOlUS 3FAM I'cst-ollli- t', ITOK 1 til 261-i- m i. .iiiip . d C3r. lemon-flavore- "Waters o., iy liamS 3. M, Kill a win l'osl-otllc- i nt BOfTll-IlOfM- l, O. & M. 1 1 1 ' o l'C-'l- Fast Time and Sure nections W fRi ,, " l.ft uio-ful- ." 'rVJl' '