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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884102101 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 XIII. TICKET. ' KOK ntliSIDENT, GHOVER CLEVELAND, OkNkwYork. FOll iwetli STANEOKD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN lonftud 21, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 29& DEMOCRATIC COUNTt. PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTT. THOMAQ A. HENDniOKS, OV IXDUNA. FOll CONOMSS, GOV. JAMES B. MoOREAHY, OV MlDISOX. Oeiobtr. Perhaps the awt tublla and winning w peel of October ia ita rrnote. In cferjr other month natura at work, from the flwt of NoTmbr, when the wintry atorma aet in, and the Grat anowllke fall, marking the flrat taj;ei of preparation for the apring that lie beyond, to late September when the late ripe apple are gathered from the tree. Krerjr other month hat ita apeclal work in the economy of the year, but in October (here ian pause. The work of the year h been accomplished and that of the next U still to be begun. At no other aea eon ia there auch a huth,auch alienee in the wooda,auch brooding pease orer the meadow and the wide aurface of lake and rirer The peace and rent of a Babbath are in the air, aa If nature had closed her workahopa and locked the door of her nuniberlev activltlea, and turned from work to worship. The record of a twelvemonth ia complete and may be read in the field whose very atubble bring hack the virion of the waving harvest, in the orchards which have Rone, ate) by atep, from the fragrance and whitenesi ol their fint blooming to the ripe and rounded fruit, in the froits which have changed their first delicate verdure for carnation robe, At no time does nature pretent a more picturesque appearance than during thi month. The ten thousand city dwellers who have returned to their homea may well regret that they did not ttrry longrr by field and river, among the hill sides, nr w fo attractive in their golden foliage, ki.d ru I iC.ll III their luscious fruits. Oil l'mkhani, New Bedford, Mas. 1 intend to make a bigg., kiiid ol a fool of yourself." Mink "I should mi.... .ikiyou to explain, air, and that right quickly." "Obi you needn't gel mad. I come to you ai a friend to save you from becoming a butt of ridicule." "Well, what are ycu during at, anyway?" "The paper lay that ytu intend to be married in a balloon at the Slate fair In the pretence of 60,000 people. I sincerely hope you won't make any auch exhibition of yourself. Remember bow highly respected your family hat always been, and" "No use trytug to dissuade me, Jinkr; 1 know what I am about, and I only with that inttead of M.000 there could be 500,-00people present." ''Worse and worse. Are you crsty?" "Not at all. I expect to run for President some day and want plenty of witnesses to the fact that I was actually, publicly 0 AWisbMovk. I tlwsj regarded you at a man of rense but, uuleu I have bri mfs;iifnrmed, you Jinka-,,Seehere,- married." Eggs picked in well dried ashes, and so aa not to touch each other, have been kept perfectly aweet for twelve months. Early lambs, to those who have the facilities for raising them, are alwsya profitable, now for Iambi to come in March. Aa soon as frost put in an appearance the beets should be harvested, secure the carrots next and follow with the turnips. (Jreen corn stalks touched by frost should The be shocked as soon ax possible bleaching process will go on rapidly if left exposed. Get the hogs In good condition early. Do not wait until cold weather to fatten under adverse circumstances and at incress ed cost. Why Women Iiecomk Moumons-- A woman emigrant told a Castle Garden ofliclal that tho reason co mnny Kngllsh women join the Mormens is bccatifo they have no bone of getting a husband at home. She said there were ten than 4,000,000 women between twenty and forty years in all England and Wnles, and then nearly 2 000,-00- 0 were unmarried. And so when Eoglfoh women learn about Utah and the Kloriou opportunity it oflcra them in a marital way they become Impressed with the place at once. Bonner has decided to allow Maud S.'a trainer to tako her to Kentucky to havo tho benefit of a warmer climate, under which she will make an attempt to beat her record. l'lan ous to mention. Our Fall shapes in Hats for Lidios and Misses hano commenced to come in and tho regular dealers' price, aro in No rain has fallen In tho vicinity of The ovation to Governor Cleveland, many cases cut square in two. Plumes, Feathers, Tips, Flowers, Ribbons and everything for trimming nt ruinous Posilno Cure or Piles. Mobile during tho past eleven weeks. Friday night byjtho buslnt ts rien of prices. To the roople of tUlt county we would say that Springs, wells and branches have dried up, Now York, was tbo most tremendous demBIG ASS0RTMFNT! TRUNKS AND VALISES ! PRICES LOW! agency ot Dr. Marchltl'a and long drives to rivers have to be nude onstration of tho kind within the history of we bare been given the guaranteed Notwithstanding theso goods wero bought so low, wo can not afford to keep them in storo to look at, but have Italia Pile to water cattle. the campaign. Even the republican Asso- to cure or woiiey refunded Internal, Extern!, marked prices on them that will guarantee them to go out with n rush within tho next few weoks. We havo a great ciated press indulges in the new phrase Jlllnd, Moedlng or Itching Piles. Price 50 cents many bargains that wo do not mention for want of time and space, but invite all to call. We will tnko pleasure in emu: vou piiiKH. box. No cure, no pay. Penny A McAUster, that the scene of excitement "beggars deshowing you around whether you intend to purchase or not. We came hero to do a business and intend doing it, of w i'IrIiI Pllt aro frequently rrecejnl by iriiMi iiImIoiiipii, scription " The Governor's carriage was Druggists. tlm jot tho consequences be what they may. Everything marked in plain figures and no goods sold on credit to any one. Inths back, lolm nml latter urt of Wires and Mothers. ten-pere- Eon Sale. 17 nice steers apply to It. II. Bronaugh. Flux has not taken its departure with the appearance of jack frost. New cants aru reported almost dally. M"i. S V. Wei.ij, who Ins bem confined to her bed a long time, suffered a atrokoof paralysis Sunday and is now in a critical condstlon. Pete Chandler is a small eater. It ia teported that he only ate three dinners at Dripping Springs, Saturday, aud it wasn't a good day for eating either. The Stanford boys put in an appearance Saturday morning, but wero defeated by our boys in a score of 27 to 21, which seems to us as very bad playing on both sides. Too many scores made, boys. We understand that the Lancaster defeated the Crab Orchards badly at Dripping Springs Saturday afternoon. Mr. William Warren, of Paint Lick, who spent Saturday night at Dripping Springs, awoke next morning to find his new side bar buggv gnne and and an old one in ita place. If anr one took it through mistake in the dark, they would confer a favor on a very clever gentleman by notifying him of the fact. Married in Jeflersonville, Indiana on the lGth inrt. J. Will James to Miss Mat-ti- e Evans all of this place. It was not a runaway match, no one had any objections (without it was some of the young men) but the couple being young and exceedingly btshful, could not fate their friends, during the tying ordesl. They found their way home however in a reasonable length of time, if they did not come all the way by train. We extend our hearty congratulations and bett wishes. A couple of young mtn, one from near Lancaster and the other a few miles from here, came to town Saturday afternoon and alter filling their bidea with mean whisky and having a "pop" and a box of cartridges each about dark started for ''other pastures, green," but before they chared the limits they begsn to light up tie road with the blue from their ''pops" and kept it well lighted for reviral milei, rearing several horses of persona rturnin fr in the pic nlc. Oje of the gentlemen came up next morning and confessed a fine of io for shooting in town, which was exceedingly light. Probably the young men don't know that it is also an offense to shoot on a public highway outside of town. We withhold their names this once ss it is their first oflense here, hut if it i ever repeated they will get their names in the paper. Misses L?uanna James and Beauregard Stuart are visiting friends in Louisville. We spent an exceedingly pleasant day at Dripping Springs last Saturday. From 40(i to .'00 persons present. Lincoln, Gsr rani and Madison were all well represented and during the time we were present we never saw a more orderly or a better behaved crowd. The programme was quite varied and successfully carried out, .including balloan ascension i) the forenoon, dancing and baseball in the afternoon, a dramatic entertainment, ball and fire works at night. Mr. Slaughter, whom we found to be a very affable and clever gontUnun, did all in his power to make it pleasant for every one. Everything went "merry as a marriage bell," until about 9 o'clock r. m., when a difficulty arose between Joe Jonen and John Billard in the bill room, and I givo the particulars aa reported to me by persons present. The ball room was very much crowded rtith hardly room for a set to form in the middle of the room, and during the second set the ciowd had increased and were crowding the dancers, when Btllard, who was one of the dancers, requested the men to stnnd hack and give tho ladle who were dancing more room. Jones who was in the crowd and considerably under the influence of liquor, took offcnse at Ballard's riquest and there were Ballard Home words passed between them. then exchanged positions with a friend and took his place at tbo far end of tho homo from where Jones wm standing. In a few moments Jones crossed the room to where Ballard was, remarking that Ballard hud giowly intuited him and renewed the quarrel when each drew a pistol and Jones fired, fortunately misaing his mark and wounding no one in the densely crowded room, although several very narrowly escaped. The parties were imtautly seized and disarmed. The ladies wero considerably frightened and had a good reason to be whero men are so ungallant as to draw pistols and fight on such an occasion. Mr, Slaughter is considerably mortified that one would trent him thus after his kindness and attention to every one. -- It is reported that there sre several cases of fover in our vicinity, Married on the 10th at the residence of tho bride's father, Mr. W. A. Todd, of FAXmIm aktd wimter South Carolina, to Mis Mary Guynn. Ward & Lutes have the largest stock of goods in town. Before you buy your winter boots be sure and call on Ward A Lutes. Our farmers are complaining of stock water being scarce. Some of them have Having mado aomo improvements in our store room and added 400 equaro feet moro of space to accommodate oar to haul water three or four miles from mru uuu couBiuuuy increasing irauo, Paint L'ck creek. It is rumored that we aie to have a bar room opened here soon. Our law abiding and eaceful cltusns ought to take Bai-gaiiis- s step and havo our town incorporated at once, so that there will be some protection for them; unless they do it will soon have the reputation that it once had. The opening of the Dripping Springs Wo now havo ono of tbo beatventilatcd and lighted store rooms in town and we have confidence enough in tho conSaturday, was a greater draw than ing season's business to prepare for a grand rush of trade. Have been busy tho last two ' circlrcus. The young ladles from weeks markng and assorting Richmond that were to take part in the play and the band, on account of the train being late, did not reach here until 11 o'clock Friday night. They then took all of the conveyances that could be raked and scraped out of the livery stables here and proceeded on their joUrney through hills and bushes. They all got lost and did not And from overstocked manufacturers and dealers by our resident New York buyer at a tirao when they ware reach the Springs until 1 o'clock Saturday obliged to make great sacrifices in order to obtain financial relief. morning. J. P.. Wearen of this place, "who wss accompanying them through was the greatest looser of all. He lost his day book and $100 in money. ANNOUNCEMENT ! We wisli to Tell Yon ofsome or tiie Wonwe have in derful store fox- Yon. Bir-nun- 's An Immense Lot of Elegant Fall & Winter Goods, purchased at the startling auction sales Our Goods were Bought in many instances for X.es than 50 Cents on the Dollar, ItioiiTTOTHB Point. He was a tall, man. In fact tho boys said ho looked just like a man who felt that the ordinary route to heaven was altogether too long for him. When he had passed the time of day with the broker and stated that ho lived in Indlann, he added: "i am the guardian of an orphan who had $80,000 left her." "I see all right have a case like your? cverv day In the week. John, bring me an armful of thoso New York, St. Louis ar.d Chicago certificales of clock. Sell 'em to you to day tit 0 psr cent. $20,000 worth will cost joti $1,200. i'on chuck 'em in on the peer orphan at fare value and clear $19 200." g Wc propose to Sell tlicm at lriccs that may Appear Incredible o Paper but are only too Ileal in jlfrict. We quote following prices, although to quote pricos hardly seems ustful. It tells so little, for instance, for us t say that we havo a Gent's Fur Hat lor 81.23. The reader would say, "Why, all tho stores have that;" but tb,a fact remains that no houso hero has the same quality for that price, but will ask you from $2 to $2.50 for them. This shows the necessity of your coming hero and examining the goods themselves. The prices in this advertisemtnt are merely guides. A 81.23 Hat here and a $1.25 Hat elsewhere aro entirely diflerent thiugs: DOMESTICS: Good Dark prints, fast color, 4c per yard, 25 yards for 81; Indigo Bluo Prints, 73 per yard or 14 yards for 81; Good Brown Muslin, 4c per yard; Estra Heavy Brown, 7c par yard; Fruit ot thf)L)oai, 9c per yard; Green Ticket Lonsdalo, 9c per yard; Good yard wido Bleached Cotton, 7c or 1G yardi for 81; very boat Piaid Shirtings, 8c per yard; best Domestic Ginghams, SJc per yard; extra good quality Bsd Ticking nlSJs, 10c, 12Ac, 15c and ISc, worth 25 per cent, more elsewhere. doing the tamo thing all over the land here they are, sir check, if you please fine dav Street News. Col. P. Gad Bryan was recently dlscurs ing candidate Blaine's double marriage, 'I uteJ to live down in that region (Kentucky) myself," the Colonel remarked, "and I know something abjul the marriage service that was commonl) resorted to, especially by the people of moderate meant The bride used to ataod on one aide of a broomstick and the groom an the other, and they used to jump it simultaneously. Then they were married. Blaine and bis bride having each been teaching school for tome time and consequently being very poor, I have no doubt but that they were married in this faahinn ' diani "Thai's all right, DRESS GOODS: efc Gc per yard or Stackt of Fancy Dres3 PJaids at 5c per yard, worth SJc; A lot of handsome Brocade Dress Goods in all shades at 10 yards for 81, worth 10c everywhere; One lot of Lusters, warranted half wool, 10c per yard, worth 15c; Ono lot of Double Width Colored Cashmeres at 16jjc, cheap at 23c. Towels 10c each; one lot Turkish Bath Towels, 12p Ono lot Fancy Bordered Towels ot 5c each; one lot each; ono lot extra large Damask Towels 25c each; one lot Table Damask, warranted all linen, 25c per yard; one lot Genuine Turkey Red Table Linon 40c, worth 65c. Wonderful bargains in Canton Flannels, Wool Fmnnels, Linseys, Jeans, Basket Flannels, Blankets, Comforts.&c. All-line- n TOWELS TLDBIjES IiX3NTDE31NrS- - CLOTHING. s A7V-.S- Modest youth and hathful maiden on California street dummy after dark, Wo are paying particular attention to this part of our business. Have now in stock an elegant line of Taifor made Clothing that for stylo and finish can not be excelled anywhere. It must be see a to bi appreciated. The pricos speak for themselves. Big attractions in Fall Suits. Come in and try on a coat, examine the sewing, the linings-- , the button holes, the pockets; note the fit and finish and observe tho low price asked. Wo guarantee a savins of from $3 to 85 on a fine Bait. One lot Child's Wool Pants 15c per pair; one lot Child's Heavy Suits $1.25; one lot of. . )nh Men a tieavA rants, .c per pair; one Jot ot .uen-- neavy winter suits, M :"fl trnrfli fiR nnn .w ig WV.r,l MUUI 03kC "wl ..v.Mvv, wmv worth 75c and 81; Jeans Pants.OOc, 81, 81.2u, 81.50 and 81.75. Wo havegreat many joba in Clothing that 25c, the you can't nntch for doub'o the money. Oorcjats all qualities -- L3XTX -- "You can take one." "I don't like to." "Why did jou ask, then?" "You are so pretty." Giggle; then a sudden collision. Modest youth kisses her left ear, and both are so scared for a minute they think they'vo got the cholera. In this department we havo met with unprecedented success. Men's good, heavy Shoes, 90c, worth 81.25; Mob Fino Shoes $1.25, 81.50,81.75, worth 81.50, 82 and 82.50 elsewhere; one lot Men's Fine Boots, 81.50; Ladies' extra good Winter Shoes 81 per pair, worth 81.35; Ladies' Fine Shoes, 81.25, $1.50 and 81.75, worth from 50c to 75e per )air more; Ladies' Fine Button Shoes 81.25, 81.50 and 81.75; LadieV Custom made 8175, $2.25, $2.50, $2.85 and $3; every pair warranted; one lot Ladies' House Slippers, 20c per pair. You will have no troublo with but tons coming ofl, as we always put on patent buttons free of charge. Wo have an elegant line of Winter Boots for Men ami Boys at prices that aro readily conceded to bo below all competition. Boys' Boots at 75c, 81, 81.25, $1.50r and 51.75; Men's full stock 82, 82.25, 82.50, $2 75, $3 and $3 50, and wo know them to be a great doal under reguCustom-madCalf Box Toe Boots S3.90, sold everywhere at $5. When you want a pair of Boot Peach is Every Year. A farmer in lar price.'. .Men's Shoes all we say is be suro to see us before you buy. Missouri feels satisfied that he has at last or e discovered a plan to have peaches every year, no matter how cold the winters may the dirt from around the be. He roots in the fall, bends the trees over on the ground and covers them with qtraw. trees that he Ho ha now about twenty-fiv- e experimented on last fall and they aro filled with peaches, and these are tho only trees in the county that have peaches on this eeaaitK Hi not tetuoiary insanity, but it is trouble that makes men and women long to die or reek refuge Jin death, either in the belief that in dyiug they sleep, or that consciousness will end in eternal oblivion. In this department wo havo no competition whatever. Ono lot Boys' Wool Hats 15o each; ono lot Mao's Wool Hats 25c each; one lot Bays' Stiff Hats 60c, worth 81; one lot Men's Fur Uuu 75c, worth SI 50; one lot Men's Nobby Hats $1.25. worth $2 25; one lot Men's Stifl Hats, $1, worth $2; one lot Men'n Stiff Hits 81.50, worth $2.50; ono lot Men's Planter Hats SI. 50, worth $2 25; one lot Men's Winter Caps 25c, worth 75c; ono lot Men's Fino Cloth Caps 33c, worth 75c; ono lot Boys' Polo Caps 15c and 20c. worth doublo. -- -- -- -- A FEW SPECIALTIES FROM RECENT NEW YOltK AUCTION SALES. --- One lot Men's Unlaundored Shirts, reinforced Front Lace Bosom, 65c, real valuo $1; one lot Men's Laundered Shirts 35c, worth 75c; ono lot Men's Cmtirn Liuudered Shirts, Blicbtly soiled, 75c. worih from 81 to 81.50; one lot Ladies' Fiuo Dolmans S5 each, worth S10; one lot extra quality Ladies' Jersoy Waists, SI. 50, worth 82.50; one lot Child's Wool Gloves 10c, worth 25c; oi.e lot colored Bed Blankets 25 cents each; one lot Ornaments, Fringes, Dress and Uloak Irunmtngs at your own price. Bio Bargains in Littli: Thinqs. O io lot cilored Machino Thread, five spools for 10c, warranted good as Clark's: irood Pius. 3 naiiers for 5c: Children's Fancy Colored Hose 5c per pair: Men's Heavy Cotton oocxa ic per . ii r TT . ..I tl 1 r. r r a. i pair; Mens l'ancy socks, reguinr maao, uc or o pairs ior i, worm 'iuc per pair; .uoys ouspenciers iuo or 6 pairs worth 15c per pair. Men's extra quality Suspeuders 25c per pair, worth 40c; ono lot Men's Scarf Ties 5c Sydney Smith says. "For the heartiest lor 25c, mirth nnd jollity in tho world, commend each, worth 25c; Black Rubber Cord 12 yards for 10c; good Blacking, 2 boxes for fivo cents, worth five cents per box; French Blacking fivo cents per box, worth ten; one lot Fancy lhr3ered Handkerchiefs five ceuts each; me to the last carriage at a funeral," on box (12 cakej) 'Toilet Soap for ten cents; Crochet Needles two for fivo ceots; B)ys' Linon Collars fivo ceuts each THIS IDEA OV GOIXO WKST cents; Men's Linen Collars ton conts each or three for twenty five cents; Ladies' Laco Collars orBix for twenty-fivto Colorado or New Mexico, for puro air to relieve forty and fifty cent?; nno lot Ladies' geotl quality Linen Collars at fivo, ton, fifteen, twenty, twonty.five, thirty-five- , Consumption, Is all a nilitikr. Any reatouahleman cents; Lidies Black and Tan Hand Bigs, twenty-fivcents, worth fifty; ono (slightly soiled) four for twenty-fivuould use Pr. Ufwaiiln's Cough and LmigHyrup for seventy-fivcants each, worth one dollar and fifty cents; 12 dozen Shirt Consumption In nil Its flrat etaget. It never falls lot extra fino Russian Leather Pockot-bookto Rlro relief In all cases of Coughs, Colds, Buttons for fivo cents; fivo packages Hair Pins for "five cents, and an endlesi variety of othor little things too numeri s 1 1 1 -- o o e s e Prou-chttl- s, d Tains In the Cheat and all nflectlona that are Price, GO ccnta considered primary to Consumption. andil.00. Sold by ilcltobcrts & Stage. Olntment-eraphatlc- ally cumins tho patle lit to siiil'0o liolias somonlftctlon ot tin kidneys or tiflglilxirliijr orjpn. At tlme, )mptouuof Imllgratlou nro irt'i'iit, ai flatulency, uneasiness of tlio etomacli, etc. A molittire, IILo )M.riilratlon, jirbtluclne a tery JlingrwMblo Itclilnjr, after getting warm, U a very common attendant. Illlml, lllocllnj iiuil Itching l'lti't ) UM at ones to the application of Dr. Uoannko'a l'llo lli'tncly, ttlilcli nets directly upon tho part affected, absorbing the TunmM, allaying (be Interne Itching and affecting u poimunout cure, l'rlro CO cents. Address the Dr. Ilosanko MnllcliM Co., & fc'Ugf. almost carried from the depot to his hotel, and thousand upon thousands pressed upon its wheels to shake his honest hand. PlcHOIircUTS fc Daughters, We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlsl's a female remedy, to cure Female Diseases, such at Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and bTAGIl, y riqus, Ohio. Sold by McRob-rr- tt the Pruggl't'i "ho are alwi) looking alter tlm Intercut of their customers, luiTO now secured tho talaof Pi. llcwtnho's Cough nnd Lung Syrup, a rem-Jthat never falls to euro fold, l'alut In tlm Cheat, nud all Lung Affection!. Kor proof Coughs, try a free sample Lottl- - llegular site 00 cent nuilgl.00. Ulceration Falling and dliplaeeuitnt or bearing down feeling, lrrcgalarlttles, Barrenness, Change of Life, Leucorrhojt, bctldo many weaknesses springing from the above, like Headache, Bloating, Spinal Weakness, Bleeplessnou, Nervous debility, Palpitation of ths Heart, Ac. For talo by druggists. Prices 51 and 81 W per bottle. Send to Dr. Marcnlsl, Utlci,N.Y.,for ramphlot, free. to For sale by Tcnny A McAllttcr, Druggists. S. L. POWERS & CO.. N. B. By buying a'smnll bill of us you can savo enough to pay your railroad faro both wrfya for a disfacco of 10 20 milc3. Bringlhis bill with you as wo advertise nothing but foots. Originators and Promotors of Low Prices, - - - - - STANF0KD, KY. Main St, St. Asaph Hotel Building, ' A summary of the casualties K'rowing out of the election in. Cincinnati alone shows three persons dead, 4 can not recovmJLm wtrOwl Octobor 21, 1884 er, 3 severely wounded ani lo slightly Stanford, Ky wounded; total 25 It was this kind of bulldozing which enabled the lepubllcars W. P. WALTON. to cirry the city and elect two republican Congressmen by the most palpable frauds (o tbo democracy, the Na- ever attempted in an election. Ik nn addrffs o tional Committee urgt sit to renewed MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. and mjr. "We may confidently exThe Grand Lodge of Masons will meet pect a majority in Ohio for Cleveland and Hendricks in November. West Virginia at Louisville A crank made an assault on Governor hue, by itj rplendid and decisive nmjority Cleveland yesterday, but wua taken before for a democratic Governor at the October election, already declared Ita purpose to any datrage was done. Jack Slaughter, colored, was arrested giro its electoral vote for our candidates for murder committed at Richmond two in "November." Of the extraordinary and disgraceful methods employed by the years ago, at Lexington. Stata Senator J. Ii. Swofford wai shot BUiac manager to carry there States it tells this o'er true tale: "They expanded and killed in a street fight with .Monroe Hudson, Jailer at Sparta, Tenn. not lees than Ave hundred thouand dollar gpQg vfcVg This is the last week of the Exposition in Ohio and more than one hutdred thoushave put many new atand dollars in "West Virginia in (heir poli- and the managers tical work. They did not use money only. tractions on tho programme the six days. Bamberger ACj., wholesalo clothiers, They called from every Stato the officeholders beet fitted to do the work at which Cincinnati, assigned with $50,000 liabill. they were put. They crowded thcae two tics, $45,000 assets and 27,01-- preferences. supe-rio- r James Wormier, the celebrated hotel States with euch men. They employed in political jobs the men engaged in the pos- propii t:r of Wsshrngton, D. C, died at tal service of the United States. It has the MamchusetM General Hospital of calbeen openly charged, without denial, that culus. A bill before the Vermont Legislature the payment of tbo veterans by the Comprovides a bounty of from "50 cents to $1 o0 missioner of Pensions has been delayed by per bushel for grasshoppers, according to him with the sole purpose of coercing the season in which they are killed. them to vote for Blaine. They made MarJames Harper, of the Harper Brothers, shals of the United States and their DepuIIOX. IV. S. YOUNG. publishers, was married last Saturday to IR-TriPLETSties, who ought to bo the guardians of the T. his brother Fletcher Harper's widow, who BANK STOCK FOR SALE We are authorized to antic utui tho Hon. W, H rights of every citizen of the United States, Ynm7. nl Laurel pountr. Catilldate to rerrtseul is described at a very handsome woman. member of the a part of their machine force. They armed n aharei of the 6th Congressional Mitrlct, as IoflVrtor tale privately thirty-se- n sulject to the action State Hoard of John Kelly, in his talk with the next or Stantonl. them and incited them to violence and stock tu the First National Hank of the Democratic party. Presidont Wednesday evening said: "Gov. T.Jt. IVAI'TOX, outrage. They expect to pay for the weaStanford, Kt Cleveland, Tammany Hall will give you 9j pons and cervices of these men out of the 50,000 votes, no matter what other men tell Treasury of the United State." And yet you.' they were signally beaten in the one and street., Grace will be nominated for .. - - -- - OI.I'IV IU . m. j obtained but a doubtfully victory in the by tho opponents of Tammany fill I liTelut returned from Cincinnati withMillin- 1 cash or country produce. I am alio agnt other. The hope of democratic success Hall. H. T. Grant is the nominee of Tam- line of th Litest styles of Kail and Winter Hughe Sl.nbr.1 U'nnlon Mill. Villi, and FlUtlHO call ery which I hare cv ned out at Mis Holle which I alwiTs keen a full stock. UIto mo cow amounts almost to a certainty. many. Both gentlemen are loyal to Got. old stand. The laUico are respectfully inrlt d to atHlMTe money. coun-tr- y. i. .ItATTtMit.V, Ky btanford, :tss-l- t call. .MISS VtXTUlA V.MSOX, Cleveland. Ky. Stanford. The effort to oust Mr. George Baber jgj.lt In 18S0 West Virginia gaye Hancock X from the possession of the Sunday Argxu COMMERCIAL has caused a considerable unpleasantness a majority of 2,309 votes over Garfield and ! Weaver. In 1SS1 it has given at least HTANPOUl). ICY. and one fight. While seeking to remove the injunction preventing him from fur- twice that majority over the fusion of I have rented the above, ttnmlly !iki. J 11 It. UaTlDg secured looms at Mr. II. 0. Alford',I ther exercising control of the sheet, Judge Blaine and Butler. amrrft'artd toMrrethe ladlrs In style and at and will use every eflort togtie entire satisfaction The Blainites acknowledge new that to and other kinds of sewing iu the test Utile; to the public. Neat,iool rocuii, cxiHl-Hargis, late Chief Justice, intimated that reasonable rates. Eollclllug a snare ol your patronkeep Ohio in the republican column in No- age, 1 am, respectfully, cheap rater. UlTewe acall. Col. Bennett Young, one of the plaintiffs, ISJ-tJ. il.CI.AUK. Stanford, hy. had instigated a pretty stiff article which vember they will have to repeat their bull292.1m dozing tactics over there and spend not less had appeared in the Commercial. "You are ! an infamous liar," the Col. retorted and the than a half million more dollars. DKALXas IN- Ten burglaries in four nights at Som- To the Ladies of McKinney t for the sale of the Justice, jerking up a law book I hSTe been sppolnte.1 -3j1 farmofMr. I'tut V. HUlin and hrlu. roouliileu Drugs, Books, Stationery and Cflung it at the Col, who advanced and gave erset, have excited the citizens to frenzy, A.ml Vlolulty. I a tin' f'i"it HmtonTllle MO Avrrn. IrloiS ....V.f'V- especially as numerous personal indignities Fanni Artirlac 1 hrr.y cfl.r It )matelib a clip or two with his fin. The belig-- have been inflicted, and there will be a I am now In dally receipt oi a full assortment tf ou the l.ll'tr meau.l a coul awelltnf.lioUM ol stories crants were then separated and after apolorooms, besides the Ctt sfsu lynching bee if any captures are effected. good, rich Millinery, smlIs 6well watered Isand Is necttiary land worth rhyslclans' rrtKrliillotisarcurateUeauioiiii.tMi. It n gizing to the court were fined $20 each. Fall and Winter Also asked for it much wore than Some fiend turned a Bwitch at Apply to me lor further particular. To which I tntlte your attention, confident that I The democratic majority in West VirInd., and a passenger train on can rleaso both In style and price. Ijeipecttully, 287S.,m ll.T. ltfSJl, Stanford. Ky. ginia is 6,000, a big gain over the last elec the Monon Route went thundering through Jiff. Jt. . Mc&tnucy. Ky. J31-! The Larpest Btook of "Watohes, Olocka, lion, notwithstanding the Ohio methods it, more or less injuring 100 passengers and were used to carry it by the republicans. causing a loss to the company of $75,000. Jewelry and Silvonvaro list log sold vty farm, I will on the premises npir Tiiis is the last October election in that The total vote cast in Ohio at tho elec Manford, soil to the highest bidder, ou brought tc this Market iti,.-- U.ntt tl.j l.fjr State, the amendment changing the State tion last Tuesday was 7S0.373, against 718,-10- 8 the Ivet Watche.. 1 Jmt'tr It. . THLKSDAY, OCT. iilUX, 1SS1, pairtdonsli.it nolico a ,1 Uari..nteU election to November having been adopted 'for' Governor in 1S83. Roberson's limit determined to change my business,onI my Saw Mill, sltua tril The following rertonalty by a large majarity. The prospect is that majority over Newman was 11,321. Rome-i- s ofler lor sale (prUately) county, Ky. The lengine aaanMMte. mmbm Brush Creek, In Casey the State will have a solid democratic delebeat Frank Hurd for Congress by 150 i. ... 1M J I HMlAr JOc?!: Katrine lOxO! Coun palraged Mule, Mutes, .i.iinn...i w. 1. at Edgln Saw and urist aiui 1 suclllcg mare Mule, U or 15 Horses. 1 sgt.l ter Shall gation in Congress next time, as (he only votes, n property ts Jeunet. I yearling Jeuuet. au eilrIndictments were returned against the tached. The emr, jact, I republican district went democratic suffiJack, I 111 Good Illumine Order. yearling lliifllrlfers, high grade ciently to insure the defeat of Goff, the on- teller and bookkeeper of the Planters' and S sbort jeariinr merv is nen ni wn ami 1 thor- Mechanics' National Bank, of Petersburg, Tlmlxr nlentr and accessible. would be willing Calves. (ncludlogS or Id thoroughbreds, ly republicin Congressman from that State. to exchange lor good farm stock, such as Mules, Albion Pecder, I tlatig Va., for making fraudulent entries, by Horses, Cttle, Ac. .... ougbhred Hull. 1 Hootler drain Drill 3 Plow, t Wood Ileaprr, Persons wishing to meiee In tbejumber CoMrtETE returns from the Ohio eles-io- n which the cashier and other parties were Wagon, 1 Uxkiway,a a lot of Plows. nesi will And a good oininK by PPl;J . . lliinglrs and llarnes., 410 or Vxi mliol. Wliwt, ! give t be republicans a plurality of 11,. credited with deposits not made by them. MO II C.fI jff-S- Ky. (.'nl Ions is' llttnip.iilnilf Hino. let. 400 Uustontllle, 2W-eral tons of Hay, Ai 'terms li"eritl and madi 321, a loss of 8,000 ss compared with the Mrs. Geo. A. Madison waa brutally on day of sale. known October election in 18S0 and about 24,000 murdered in the kitchen of the house in :to-t- d cittnr. as compared with the November election of which she and her husband and adopted r:v-- that year. If there is anything in this re- child livad, in Covington, Ky., on Friday ! Umikm, Wall Piipcr, sult to encourage the republicans or dis- - morning, and her husband was arrested for MiiNlral THE DRUGGIST. C'liuiiilcnlis IKIOKN, lilquor courage the democrats we fail to discover for tho crime and is held for examination. This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and IUMfrilClllCHfMf lUilltH, .SliUltmcrj-- , train not to tropin on our lands without per- lOf'ltC it. The reverse is true as to either party Tho arrivals of immigrants at United mission, as all such acta are liable to be procecuUd UH.S MoiipN, 'J olmccoM. C'lillcry, to the full cxtentof the law Lit in pn, and we havo more confidence now that States porta in September amounted to I'crruiuory, Flro A nn h. htantonl, Mitehln Is Preparing for n Lively Summer I), McKlttrlck.Ky Match 17th, A1SSI. M. ISIgned.1 (Sua W. McC'ormack. Cleveland will be our next President than against 45,710 in September, 1883. In Trade. ACClIICfl. II. T. Bush, A. V. Carpenter, we have had Bince his nomination. The the first nine months of the current year u. iiisnop, Iteld, Tl.os. HlcliarJt., nlio will Itepalr .Vnlclicxan.1 usually found it. Cotiti. Clods ITomptly nud hi fhS best rarlety I.CTI Hubblo, of rascals must go. there were 377,888 immigrant arrivals, or Ills line In agoods, In etery of the kind, Is House K. I), llhtxlee. Hlggliis Kelly, V. C. MrOormack, largo and complete. It. tl. A J. F. Uortr, The death of Mrs. Mary Morris, sister 74,280 less than in the corresponding peri. L. Carter M. B. Lytle, od of 1883. Ar- T. J. Hill, J.W'.Weatherlord, of Gov. Blackburn, will cause a pang of Judicious Alterations in tho Internal vvm. liurton, c. vanoy, J. Robirt Williams, of David City, rangements Eeoure Eoom Oomfort sorrow in the breasts of hundreds of ConJ. A. Harris J.H. Murphy. Neb., with $27,000 belonging to other peoP. W. Carter, and Better Display. J. M. 1(111. federate soldiers that she befriended during Ed. Carter, J. 11. McAllster, T. J. Kostr. Particular attention Is called to J. I). Junta, their incarceration at Camp Douglas. She ple, has disappeared. He was SuperintenT. M. White, J. Q Monlgflinery dent in a Sunday-schoo- l, candidate tor elecnot only spent a large fortune in ameliorat t). A. Benedict, If. K. A Large and Elegant Addition to the M.T. Marcum, W. V, Amon Hussell, their hardships, but suffered greatly tor on the St. John ticket, and ran for Dis ing A. I). NewlsnJ, II. J. Dint. Stock of Jewelry, trict Julge last fall. It is supposed that S. W. OUens. AND A.t; Ncwland. herself during her imprisonment as a rebel And articles o Tertu. lyr) he is in Canada. sympathizer. She was a woman of great Gov. Cleveland' reception in Brook-ly- n ! strength of character and of fine accomThursday was not less enthusiastic than plishments. A Full and complete iiHMorliiifiiiorFiiriilfurp, the greeting of tho business men cf New oinhnicliiK The signs all point uneeringly the to ork extended on the previous evening. prjtliiuK from Hio ClicnpvHt lo (ho FliicHt Parlor SiiUvh. ori Xm fact that the rnncals must go. Interior Thousands of democrats and independent neeil lo Ro (o lliu lurire cIIIpn to uialio your piirolniNCH, no I nmtK Xltll u ......lti.. . .......tfwvd.fttiBttltf Journal. And Ohio set the example on republicans made up what was one of the iiHf can limllrAM Tuesday. Somerset Republican. any pnccm you can olilaln elsewhere, IrolKht and U d,lctl Al-- n You greatest meetings over held in that city. are mighty right she did. The falling off a full iisKorlmciit of CoIIIiim, NliroutlK and -- :0i;t. eiiilir It is reported from Harrodaburg thai in the republican majority of 8,000 from the death of Dr. Dillion !!!! liiK nil lho StylpH, both cheap and exnt'iiNli-was not a murder roonui the corresponding election in 1SS0, shows opposite Nt. Awapli Hotel, (Stanford, K at all, but was the result of opiates and that the people are becoming disgusted with whisky. His quarrel with Curry wis a I am now oponing in tho storo room noxt to W. II. Iliggins a now the g. o. p. very decidedly. There's hardtrivial affair, and the blow he received on and frosh stock of ly a doubt now that tho rascals will go. the head at that time had no serious effect. JSrr..1BDRY..U; Co. fSij Sit i""l .:,r5 TWVT4-rcK- : The Commercial- - Gatcltc when asked by a Curry has not been held for trial. inuiii u AMnEnsnuna, pa. r- - r correspondent if it is eafe to hat that New The astronomers at the Greenwich ObYork will go republican next month fHEfcat; & 3 Fivo Awards at the Lonisvillo Exnnai servatory announce that the star Arcturus tion in 1883. v:-"We do not recommend anybody is approaching the earth und that it will ls--t to bet, even if we know it iBsafe to do eo." smash things finer than toothpicks when it Engines from 2 to 210 Iiorso mwer. b'aw Mills from t!V to Ilia largest tandrd sire., forlalile ttra V&sbC tv-AjI Very virtuous to bs sure. Tho piper sees strikes. However, as it will not arrive fro'iitlioSoithC'arollna Millstone Co., the rtC Kr-.-r f"t Mills lii the world for maUIng meal fur table le-that dnfcat'is inevitable there and gets hero for 93,000 years, it should not be al w. Wrllofjr rkoi. Addrcsi out of a direct answer by this aflectation of lowed to divert public attention from CKO.IK 1VE.1KE1V, a quality that even the truly good Deacon Blaine's record. Chicago Times. Which I offer to tho publio at Low Prices. Qivo mo a trial. Smith docs not poseess. Horace B. Clafiin is the greatest dry P. HAMTON, QKNERALAOT, Gov. Hendricks is humping himself in goods merchant in the city of New York. TrarMlnn Agnt. CtSf 01 8raxFOo, Kr L:CAIl0Ri Indiana now tocarry the State by the larg. Though a republican of long standing, he est democratic majority sho has ever given. indorses the declaration of Mr. Beecher flia list of appointments show that from that Blaino is a "continental liar," and denow until tho 4th of November ho will clares that he will not support him. He speak twice a day, three times and in eome says that out of 018 employes of his house, C00 when questioned on the subitct had instances four times a day. signiEed their intention to vote for CleveMb. Wallace Giiukllk has a touching land and Hendricks. editorial on tho death of his little daughDEALUB IN The case of William Hoffman, who Nellie, in the last issue of tho Brecken-ridg- o was ter A Large Stock of the folltTulng convicted and sentenced to the peniHorwo SIiouh, Groceries, NaddlcH, Ilarriurarc, Xtvcs. Wo sincerely sympathies with tentiary for the murder of William Wick-ershaNallH, ltieeiiHivare, ItiiRKy Whips, Iron, nun in tho Iobs of the dear child of his old in Harrodaburg,- was reversed Fri-da- y ago, Buggy WIieclH, NtovcH, Cane MIIIh, HarucBt, by the Court of Appeals. Wicker-shaBaker Grain Drills, Buckevo Graip Drills, GrafcM, Spoken, was a bully nd debauchee Older MHIh, Lap Covers, are many differences between There and had McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, repeaedly asserted that he intended sleep Htoneware, iflms, Corn NhellerH, Collars, George Washington and Jas.G. Blaine, but ing with Hoffman's wife, in the presence Ktllam aZ0 Harrw of (he greatest is that the former couldn't tell Champion Bulky Howe, Ohamplon Steol Boam Plows, jiuuiuau, mm km n one legged man com a Ik and tbo latter does not seem able to pelled to Ufe a crutch. He went to HofJ.. Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plows, Woodon and Cider Mill., Oano Mills, Oano Mills, Evaporators, Peed Cutters, Cast Pumps, and the Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofman's house and after seizing his crutch tell tho truth. Buggios, Carriagos, Surroyo, Spring Wagons, Pnrm attempted to perpetrate his fiendish and ing and Guttering will havo prompt attention. Wagons, &o. till tho Presidential hellish purpose, when Hoffman Two weeks XleKlmwut drew hta A few Blolliiounil Fiimf and Kradley Snlhy Sale amen f 11. It. j,,.iuj,t, election. Plows nl Lew inii revolver and shot him dead. John .Stnu-Maklnlnftriorlonrnal JVJ mm3kn ! FOR iroxj B B3I dill-cenc- We have moved to OUR JH1SW B.OOSK with a MEW of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to STOCK CLOTHING, BOOTS, As there is a growing demand for GOOD GOODS, we have bought the BEST BRANDS in the market, and those in search of a quality should call on us. f lIFiOllirefS 1? BmUCEi COi r HATS. IL JHZ.O. Ex-May- MILXilMERY. Iffew ih.TeJu.ou ..w-..- Star! . i: DBESS MAKING I have received and am still receiv- ing New Goods for Fall and Winter ,,i.neo,jcomprising the best in the market', K: which will be gotten up in style and maJie second to none in city or Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley HOTEL! ..,, ni TATE JEWELERS. , FAKM FOK SAXaS se-n- PHARMACISTS, I PINNY Ns.-- ex-Chi- ef 1 lo fs J wa tf lKi PUBLIC SAIE1 ld 1 Saw Mill For Sale! 2lt. wen-mow- n T(ntT-lwo2-year-o- 1 1 iri'-le- JTMIUDLIIIO &STAGG Vii. 1 "mM :ui'oooroTo 1,, 1 tf . UK5H 1CPIITIKTS POSTED jtjjr.s Opera House Block, oaATicitH Stanford, Ky., HUSTONVILLE, KY., 'Kir. 37,-30- 0, first-cla- ss Mt M UNDERTAKER, WlAlHi, C'iw. ,ciK w... Ni SW! Xealci- in ITiixniture ..,,,,,, j juiiiraui, cr W!i DRUGS! I ,!......, j J riR'iapPtR pt-ktw- Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries, Paints, Oils. Varnishes. Stalionei?. Fancy Articles. jXc., U. Taylor Manufacturing en y -- wen Wn COMMISSION MEKCAKT MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. m - m y jr. Cost to cIoho out. 7 iAnutj,ua'JgLaai i i ill aaM Coal ValtonV Ya&im, ouui noun, ,ti'.,at T. It. . 0 4 Mr. Wm. It. Smith and Miss Mary K. rucKer ooiaineu license irom me county October 21, 188-Stanford, Ky Tiik poll tar In Laurel county haa been clerk to marry on the IS. h inst. flxed at the enorinoua mm of $5. It is Messrs. McCreary and Sebastiaa are A Fui.l. lot of Ztigler l)ron Shoo j tint ro only $1 ft) in tlil democratic county. here this (Monday) morning and will ad" I, AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. celved at H. II. Shank'. dress the cit'ztrs of Uoyle at 11 o'clock. Wk want all those indebted to us far 12 45 p, v. Hall train going North Rev. Green Ciay Smith failed to make Sixteen ioiitnl new crop Xw Orlonna meat, coal and lumber to come and pay us Hatith IMr.xi. the the St. John speech announced for FriEaprcsslraln" South .....! 114 a.m. U(jr for $1 nt lirijtlit & (Jnrran'n. ' Norb now nt we need tho money to buy hogs. I iM.H. n day night, having become engaged in a re It C. Rltlkv, the merchant tailor, h.w Williams A Itamaey. The above li eletiltd on standard time, Holac ligious tevival which he could not leave. lime I .tbout 10 minutes Tutor on hand a very One linn of Miitlnn". Call Col. W. C. P. Dreckenridge of LexingWe are moving our stock to the new at onco and examine. LOCAL NOTICES. store room two doors above, where our cus- ton was here Friday and Saturday on his La noli invoice of moves, grates, ooal tomers and others will find us in the future, way to and from Lancaster. He promised UUY your hcIiimI lwka from Tale A vaes and scuttles, stovo boards, Ac, very with the best goodn for tho lowest prices. to come back Wednesday night and address enny, UK.iNitfAUTriM for rchool hooka at Mc- - cheap at Ilrlght & Curran's. the citizens of Boyle county on the paliti Wurren AMelcalf. ... ltobcrtaOiHtanRV. cal situation. A oiibai' excursion to tho Kxpcsillon NEwakadea of ready mixed paint for Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks, New Markets, Mr. James Thomas, of Springfied, Mo , iprlnjr, trade at McKoherta A, HtagirV will run from Lnocasler and other points New Markets, New Markets, Itusmn Ciris here for a few days the guett of his Watches and Jewelry repaired on short along the K. C. next Friday. culars, Russian Circulars, Russian Cir brother, Mr. John II. Thomas. He will notice find warranted by Tate iSt Penny. Tint L. & N. is having a mortgage re- - culars, at llayden's, Hayden's, Havdcn's, shortly leave for Now York, from which A comi'Mttk stock of jewelry, latent " stylo. Kockford wntches n fiieolalty. Tate oordid to tho Central Trust Company of ranging in pricos from $ to $23. port he will sail for Europe to be absent ,.. & Penny. Nov York for$ OOnonfl to woure tho payCommonwealth's Attorney It C. Wr-re- three or four months. Mr. Thomas is 78 JJouiiLr. nnd cinjile barrel shot guns ment of 50,000 bonds of $1,000 each to be tells us shut ho t ecu red tho conviction years old and has already crossed the ocean ranginif from $3 to SI 00. Alao anitnunt placed upon the market. & Ria'h. of llsrneri charged with cutting Crh Turpin three times, lion of nil kind at Mcltobcri Mr. J. R. Dodds, of this cotinty, la third nine of this place accepted a nt Somerset nnd that the jury in the case The PERSONAL State sgent for J. C. Kichaidton's water challenge from the first nine of Crab Or- of James Liy for the murder of Rant. Dal -- Mn anii Miu M. I). Klmohk wctt to chard to play a game cf ball and Saturday ton, hung 11 for murder and one for man' elcvalor, a very iogenius contrivance for hoisting from a distant spring or branch to Lotilnvllle yesterday, was fixed fcr the day. After a rather had. slaughter. Judge Owsley, however order n Mil. Jas. T. Ciuim came uj) from any point where it is desirtd. But little ly played game th' Crab Orchards only ed the cisc to be tried again Sunday to see hii friends, labor is necessary in fitting up one of the best our hoystt fh oue standing 21 to 27. Foil MuiuiKii Jailer Tom Newiand ar- machines for practical use Mis Jennik Dc.ncax, of Iinoaaler, is This I)ckct nl tl I ireuit Coutt, which retted Ren liryant yesterday on informawith her siler, Mm. It. C. Warren. Mr. Geo. II. Hocker of Parksville Vtoi.dsy, embraces 317 tion from Knox county that ho was wanted was In town Monday and requested your IIdn.JammII McCkkauy nnd J. M. coutiutnre 8ihatain, C'jni;reiional aspirants, are in din, Ul of which are Commonwealth, 110 there for murder, lie denied any knowl correspondent to eijthat in his Iettr to the town. old uiuity.lt iquity appeirRiices, 27 old edee of the matter at first but after Judge Ikteiuor Journal in regard to the killMimes Katk Wiieiiitt nnd Maltte ordinary ami 6(5 ordinary apoarnnces. Carson had ordered him to J til hcacknowl-edge- d ing of Geo. Jtowsey the tyies nude him Brown, of Lancaster, who have been visit- Tnere are twocasw for murder, both nethat he had shot a man named sav that Jss. Shearen and Ben Mc- returned yesterday. ing in hut that he did not kill him. He did Ginnis were unmarried men when as a matgroes, and the rest of the Commonwealth Mn. Jack Aim, Ju , of Mt. Vernon, oascrt are for ut'nor oddites. the shooting he said to prevent him from ter of fact both were married individuals. has lijen here for several dajs under the Rryant killing his (Ilryant's) brother. Mr, and Mrs. Itobt. Harding and Mis The citixeiu alang the projwsed Dix apars to be about 23 years old and is not M. P. Robinson have removed to their new treatment of Dr. Peyton for ulceration of River, (Jarrard aid White Oik turnpike a hard looking fellow. the bowels. home on Harrodshurg avenue, recently MltH IJmma Doium, who sullered a are considerably agitated over its location purchased of Mrs. Mary Hughs. Mr. RELIGIOUS. frcm Dudderar's mill thU way. It is unfracture nf her ies Mid MI' Lfuio Wm. Eversole, advance agent for Gautier's who wai painfully bruited by he derstood that after reaching Logan's creek The Synod of Kentucky adjourned to New Orleans Minstrels, was registered at inn thrown from a buggy whilo the horse it is to follow up the crrek and intersect meet at Covington. the Clemens Houre Thursday. Mr. S. G. the Stanford and Crab Orchard pike this was running away, are bath iiuprovlni. Rev. A. H. Ridford. D. D., former Boyle, of the Aihoeate, who went to Louistide of the toll gate. There nro many who hook agent of the Methodist Publishing A cah load of pretty aohoole,lrl headville last Thuwday, returned Monday. prinolpal. wish it to B'rike it at the Junotion and will House, die Friday afternoon at Nashville. ed by Mr. S C Trueheart, the A very enjoyable hop gotten up withto A in the Louisville Exposition Saturday aek for commissioners to settle tho milter. Kldera Green LteSurber and Jos. Hol out much premeditation, was given at the and had a most delightful time. A great I)k M L. HauitNK nnnounces the open- loa will hezin n meeting i.t Antiach in Clemens JToue Fri iiy night. The ladieB many other young people alo went from ing of his new drag Sella Barnett, Louis Kure in .nuther col Garrard oountv Tuesday night 21st inet. present were Mihere. to which we call attention. The bus and will protract it. ilh; Mis Louie Sett. Shirraan, Texas; Owijiu to a revere lunc trouble, Mr. O. umn, The Rev. J. C Cold well, of Mtrcei Mie Mittie Dikp, Mai Merrill, Mary W. Itubbitt hts dec!dd to take the advice im fa is no lb mie lothe Dr who beides a and remove to Florida long service as clerk, kept a drug storo of county, ha accepted a call from the First Whllthorne, Sllie McRobert, Lee of hi physician and Sophie Bright, Liura Gusst and with his family. To that end ho will tell hi own seven years. He is a graduate of Presbyterian church of Elitabcthtown York school of medicine and is will take charge November 1st. Lutie Duke, S. B. Fible, Mn Howard all his personal effects at suction next Tues- a New After serving the Synod for many Rice and Mrs. W. II. Robinson Gentletherefore fitted both bv education and ex day, i!Sih Rev. R. S. McRoherts resign-e- d men present were Mestis. B F. Phillips, Mn. L. P. Hanks, a clever and agree-hi- e perience for the work before him. Oiir years at clerk, last week and was presented with a $100 Oeo Metcalfe, H. W. Evans, P.. M. Dur-hadmibl find it to their inter gentleman with the keenest sense ol hu- readers will no by the body in token of his faithful serviW. W Wiseman, Wm. Briggs, H. mor, has our thanks for a couple of copies est to call on'hlm. ces. Craft, R. G Erans, Wm. Dinny, Geo. New Plymouth of the JMgtt. published at Aum Hkoken. Mm. David Cissedr, of Mr. J. It. Warren writes that he does n in his dear old Kngland, from which we Hourbon, fullered a painful aoeident here not preach, hut promise to meet with the Evans, Wm. Fible, H.E.Phillips and Smock. sbll clip several pieces of Kngllah wit. Sunday. She was en route to LancaMir, Halls Gap people. We published the noWe were nearer perfect than people get Dll. AMiMlU. A. G. IIUITMAN, cf where he has twj dawghUrs at ichool and tice exactly as it was sent by one of his to be before, but in order to make us supera six week's visit t) the had hired an open spring wajon to takeher brethren there. Peabody, after latively so Mr. E. B. Rusfel.wbo own the scenes of their younger days, started home thence. When turning up Lancaster street Rsv. I. S. McElroy announced to his vacant store room next to Lorimer's marble Saturday. Their vMl was highly appre- the chair in which she was sitting was congregation Sunday that he had received yard on Main street, was hauled up before ciated liv their relatives and friends who overturned and she was thrown with great a call to tho church at Mt. Sterling and the nolice court Satuadav charged with permitting idle, dissolute and immoral perknow from their advanced tears that they force sgxirrt the stcny rtreet. It was st that he would be glad to have all his memassemble in the store room referred can umVc but few mote this aide their first thought that she was fatally hurt, but bers meet him next Sunday morning for sonsto to great annoyance and scandal of the to, Lf the world at large. When the caecame to Dr. Raid on Ileitis called found that the the mirnofc of discus'ioi tho matter. LOCALMATTERS.' fevercsl hurt w a dislr cation of the arm he submits to the whines 6f a large majori- be tried all the evidence to sustain the distinguished citizens, at the llto and a fracture f the cllww ty of thorn he will remain for he is a much charge was that two one of Lirco'n and one of Bojle county Suram very low at T. It. Walton's. " joint. He rendered the necessary ans-linc- beloved pastor. were on one occifinn known to encage in a and after a short' stay at Mrs. T. T. quiet game of old sledge at from live to ten 1'uwit Fish always on hand. J. T. HarAND CROP. LAND. STOCK cent snte. It wai not proven that Mr ris. DaieV, where she had bim taken, she wis bought of Jeff Hill, 17 Ru"el was present or had control over the Lancaster. A. K. Diiiny Gov. McCHBAKVand Mr. &baatain will removed to properly, he having rented it to another proved to he a feeders at 4. A TKRRiiiLEand speak hero to day at 1 o'clcck. temporarily and for a nominal sum. Mr. Pony Reazley bought of Joe Robinson, Robert Harding heard the caB3 as special fatal accident happtned to Mr. Montgom Wamtkh, five birreis of oorn delivered ry I! judge and very properly diimised it, ami worthy oiti-a- n 20 extra feeders at $5.30. a in .Stanford. AppN at thia office. I). W. Vandevcer sold to Lynn ,0 He was of thi vicinity Saturday. Don't Look Ltke a Wreck. Tin: excursion to the Kxpositlon Satur- having a ci'tern blasted out and had been Pence 3 cattle, 1,100 lbi., at 1J." 'When a lain li Eoing down hill ereryboSy la Cattle dealers will hold a National day went in loaded to the guards. Depot some distance away, ltiturning he heard reaJrtoglvehliaaklcV." Yes, that it ao. It It in St Louis November 17. mi. but natural. Why, many a nun and woman, Agent CNrptnter tells us that 233 tickets the alarm of a blait and when about 130 November wheat was down to 74 cents Mtfklac employment, would have got It If their were sold here alone. yards of! sought protection under a tree. h!r hi.la't twvn o thin and crar. One lottle ef in Chicago Sarurday and corn to 47J. Hair BaHam Is thtn the best lnieitnient McElroy Gleaner will have an ice He wis standing there with his right foot The Dave & Frank Logan bought 30 cattle rrer' filllDR hair. protaotM nw growth and re rock came crash-inIt om cream supper at Mrs. M. h. Bourne's rri-da- elevated when a -store color. Clean, highly perfiita'il, not a dye. through the limb, striking him on tho of Thompson, of Marion, 1.003 lbs., at $4 night. Adml'slon, which includes one A great Improvement orer any Mmllar peiaratlon forcing the 00. thigh, driving a hole into it and saucer of icecream andcake, 25 cents. Thomas Riblnson shipped a car load and old at the low price ef SOc. bone, which it broke, through the skin on of 270 lb. hogs of his own raising to Cincin " "Hough on KaU" clr out Hats and Mice. 15c, IlAiinv WniBElt, the actor, suffered the the underside. It was a ghastly looking Saturday. "Hough on Corni" forCnns and Bunions. ITc. loss of nil his singe properties valued at wound and when Drs. Peyton, Hunn and nati Thin people, "Wells' Health Kenewer" reitorca The losa by tho hog disease iu Wash$2,000, by the sinking of a boat near Evans-vill- McClure examined it, they fjund that the Ac. II. ington, Hurt and Dodge counties, Neb., htslth and vigor, euro dyrepIa, last week. The company were "llnueli on Toothache" elm Imtant relltf. 15c. bones were so shattered that they had to he alone will acgregate $700,000. Ladlea who would retain freahneti and TWaclty, resided before they could be reset. After Judge W. II. Morgan A Sons bought don't fall to try "Weill' Health Kenewer." Mkhskb. 8 L. Powkks & Co. come to the the operation Mr. Lytic simewhat rallied "liuchu-palba,- " great kidney and urinary cure. 22 mule colts for which they paid an averwas too much for a person of Tata, mice cleared front this time with three columns of good but Flies, roachu, aula, Anderson News. age price of S10 by "Hough on KaU " 15c. teiding to those who nro in search of V e his advanced age, 70 years, and he expired Richard Givens sold to Lehman & out "Uough on Coughs," troshes, 15; liquid, I5c. best goods for the least money. Head the some thirty hours later. Mr. Lytle was Bro., 19 1,5351b. cattle at 5. and. bought For children, slow In development, puny and and cicv r annnuncemert. an unwtentaiioiH, gooJ citir in feed delicate, use "Wells' Health Rfnewer." from different parties Gl 1,225-lbai rominuaily deplores his "Hough on Dentin" Tooti l'owder. Try 11. isc. We invite attention to our new stock f i.eihubor and the at5 cts. ers loss, lie leaves a voung wife and three Nertoui Weakness, IiTirwptla, exual Debility Ghuawnro and 'Jiieermware, new styles nnd Thomas Mcltoberts bought in Madicured by "Wells' Health Henwcr." Ji. miaa him. May heifdeslgr s, Come and get our prices and we children who will nadly son CO head of high grade 2 year-olMother Swau's Worm Syrup, foin tho scriptural J5c. to be dipped to Iowa for breed-in- g worms, constipation; tastelfs we will savo you money. S. S. they find consolation know that ers at $12 The promtse to the widow and orphan. Stinging, Irritation, all Kidney nnd Urinary Advocate. purposes . Myeru & Co. 51. complaints cured by "Iluchu-palba.- " remains wcro interred at McCormack's Eighty-sevellolstein heifers and Night sweats, fenr, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, A l.AiuiE and well selected.Iot of fall nrd church yesterday afternoon. "In tho midst bulls sold at auction in New York Friday cured by "Wells' Health Kenewer." winter suits and a great variety of over of life we are indeed in death." ot nn average of $170. The highest price My husband (writes a lady) Is three times the coals have juct been received nt J. W. Hay-den- 's using "Wells' Health Kenewer." 11. A I'EAHi'Ui. wreck of fruight engines and paid for a single animal was $500 for a man since price which will lake the oake in If you nro filling, broken, worn out aud col- heifer. "Wells' Health Kenewer." U. and quality. Po sure and rIvo his stock cars was there FriJay afternoon when a Danville Couht. Between COO and Prevalence of Kidney complaint in America; liMon orcured between Rowland and Halls an inspection bsforojiurohftslng. s a quick, complete cure. SI. Gap, hut fortunately no one was certainly 700 cattle on uurket, of all classes. Best lliichu-ialba- " Auaif Daw win is the bom coon hunter of hurt. Mr. Frank Harris, chief dispatcher sold from l to 5 cents per lb., with bid SEW AiiVEKTISEMESTS. this rcction. Ho went four nights laH week on the Kcoxvillo Rranch and one of the dim; slow. Common scrub cattle sold and the rwtiit fooU up 23 coons, having most competent men who ever held such a from 3 to 4 cents. Few aged mulen en gotten ns many as Sin one night. Our position, was on duly ul the time and failed market, but slow sale for them, running add of courao that it mm not a to notico an order that had been i.sued foom $75 to$135. Plug horses alow, from good time for cion hunting citLcr. and which wai properly noted on the trans- $50 to 575. I will on STUUUY TUn 1ST PAY OF deed, 1SSI, ns executor of Roy blew art We clip the following from tho RichLancas- fer sheet, giving an incoming freight the Allen Titeoflicecf the Dunville and on Hie premises, rent the taiin on which on hs a 14 inllea from Man lord ngainst nil other, nnd another mond Jietjitter: Mr. I). A, Martin, of Mil- Ile.ilej now ter telephono line hss been removed to right beloog'ng to the estato of Hoy Hiiitonvlllo We was started out towards it. Mr. Harris waukee, Wis , bought the wheat saved from Slew "I 'loci,Pike, containing about 155 Geo. I). Wesren'n from this otlicc. January US3. Wheat aowtd. given when it ivaa too lato to Potts & Son's elevator, paying 23 ceuta per still havo the lIutonviIIe line, hut never a saw his mistake mad.- known on l,V over it for two avert the accident and it is said that for a buehel for it. IIo purchased it for a Chiword has been spoken Kx'or. It. Stewart. The stockholders had short time ho was almost crazy with excite- cago firm who will convert it into Hour, months or more. feed, l eer and other nrticlea better decide to roll the concern if they ment and regret Knowing an accident starch, chicken .1C3NC folof commerce. Mr. Martin got out about over expect to get any of their- money hick. wa3 Inevitable ho look an ensino and lowed as fast s he could and found that 7,000 bushels. Mo?srfl. Galen White & Son fjrin. near the Hus- r AtrA. fn. aatn J. ..... 4 nrtTlolf i.ir 1 """ '"' ... ii Komi: of our people will remorabar Juli.'.. .'.1 ...,i WtH VIr iHI nlkp. .1 rv.M..r'a IlllltJ it had cecum! w'tl : 1 3 yards of where havo recontly bought for Col, John Duncan ...-n- i, county, conulnlng who ingratiated biuuclf Lincoln us Cox, tho fellow would. Twenty care 125 head of feeding cattle averaging about Huldin ho had calculated it 0714 Acre. Tnern Is a largs barn on the place in the fivor ot Mrs. Saltie Cook, Hfter tl!e were ditched or broken up, the engines 1,200 pounds at ?j1S to $5 25 per cwt. and iho other Improvements are (air. It la well acres In tobacco and and fenced. death of her husband, ami got her to allow were badly damaged and the total Iocs is Three hundred of these were bought in wals red In corn that II htye 5 either with the will sell 15 acres g busineM. the purchaser desires. Terras lib him the control of her firm heavy. Passenger trains were de- Madison county, the remainder in Boyle eral. or not. asor address 1 JJ. 1Mt.ialcm, Ky. Cull on that there was great money in very by tho obstruc- and Lincoln. At EJmund Baxter's sale saloon keeping in Louisville ho prevai led tained from 12 to 13 hours cattle brought on her to open ono in Louisville, with him tions. As soon aa Mr. Harris could report twenty.five as keeper. He was its best customer and tho accident he sent in his resignation $5,18 per cwl; twenty yearling cattle, Sll. TWO FARMS FOK SALE. from the first the venture has been a loos- when ho was ordered to report at 50 to $10 50 per head; calves, $20 20; year, farms. Ivlng on the Stanford ing one to her. Having about run through I Tho result of the in- ling heifers, $3U; cows, $30 lo $70; hogs, and offer for sale Iwo containing Saturday. Ares, one. Somerset pike, one all the money ho could, ho hw been cutting Waynsbug btajtou, but nt last ueems to have come vestigation has not been made public, but about 4 cents per pound; hay, $5 to $11 per halfmlleeastof said station. high capers, and one ol 15" Arre s. 1 wile to bin Rrief for Ian Saturday ho waa we hop it will ho favorable to Mr. Harris stack; biuegrass seed, 52 centa per bushel; Considerable fruit, plenty of water, timber, Ar. which placo he Improvement, Mr Tern, in Howling Green, to n who hts inide muy friwidi in thia eection corn In tho field, $1.00 to $2 per barrel; old Waycibori, Ky. had fld after having, it 1a nHo?ed attempt101.2m corn iu the crib, $2 03 psr barrel. by hU gentlemanly deporimeut. ed to rspe a crgr" girl iu Fon Rknt. A deairable residence. A,.. pi to Joint. II. Craiir. T The Whitler paaaed on to Frankfort with nine convicts cent up from that county in the Inn two weeks. itherltT of DAN HUE. BOYLE COUNTY. Bulbil! -- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - GROCER! -- AND JOBBERS OF FLOU - -- m Le n W3 HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- J.eb-ano- 'tt WAGON AND Mo-Ki- ABKIACr, sM. I)e-Pau- And Farming Implements of kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - - ware and, Qens ware -- IN THE CITY.- - We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in tho country, Patronage. EI-gi- And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your BRIGHT Sc CUREAN. Kra' c ht T G'ROGXSiR.sj Qw Ltl, con-venti- d g Mmim aai Sasset Its c, ALWAYS OX HAND FULTj STOCK OF rea-cue- the-sho- ck - Led-bu- Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- VERY- ncr-ou,- low m: Short-tim- e And to Prompt Paying I?TUJTXC KEMTIXG, goods sold on long time. -- Customers, No m use- slon -t - ile$jify msmm faismi Pintle from (he IicmI 295-3- FOB SATiE Mlimevotu Wheat. For wile only by s' jfi -. m s l'ost-othc- c. -- TRY 241-2- iu jiv..i He Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST ROASTED RIO, head-(juarto- '" For 6lo only b, T.BiW5.Kofc cents ORDER OF ELECTION. PRI7P Bend aa cosily lir postage ami rrrflis finely burn lahed surfaco 'which mako thn A SINGULAR VAGARY. "" roe, box of goous, which V shot so attractive In the aboo-storwill help all, orelili rw. ti ianro maney t If lit This lHWigii,nwi' n .fc.1 hi a,n,i. tm.ume The Lincoln Countr Court composed of away than aurUiluu cli 'i tkli norl.l. I'urtiinti work it Uouo by band. As it U upon tin FOR A BURIED FORTUNE. tho Coifnty Judge and tho Justice o( the wan inn women nlxiolutelraiird, At oui'O ait- treoing tlmt ninny crmlos of work ilonond Peace of Lincoln county at ilH term held ilnvuTmrKACo., Augusta, Maine. SirOFAl A rrF.PS 'for their aalo they roqulro closer ntton- - Tbo Curious Ilnllut'tmitlmi Which l'onr.M- - on Monday, the Oth day cf October, 1831, 111 ViiJ" j t)j aetafit jj,,,,, ft umchino could bo Tr.lo Mark. MUltlt.lY'S rU'ECII'IC, ' made the following older: ed n Now tiers!1 Man rfr.Kp.-mnda to giro. IVhon troed the Roods are This day V. O. Welch appeared and fur a l'ot of Until. OF THE OLDEN TIMES. packed for alilpmont in boxes containing a Tue fcpSjCri lllto (Ircnt KnsrllHh Remedy, read to the court an act of the General ffiaHlSVILLtr & NASKVIuf1S3?J cnsooacti. When booU nro spoken of a Philadelphia Tiiuo.1 of Kentucky entitled, "An act to Iaaposlttracure for Wiuk MemoL?ll Sliormulcers Cozsv caso meaiH twelve jmirs; in regard tc 'I Hott tlio IIBimwil ry. 1.om of llrMn Power, Nervous "Old John" Klerhart was found dond authorize Lincoln county to ra!o money to THEH2REAT sUcoj, twoiity-foit- r Kxhauitlon, rVQilnul Weakness, linro svltli tlio .llnchlnn Shoo. pair Is n case. The last night on the Ferry road, near tho cem- aid in Ihe construction of a railroad thro' or tlie lrs- liupott'Dcy, sail Ocneral Iiss of linkers nvurnse factory ship 1,.V)0 pairs tierdny, etery, iu Camden. Tho man was only Raid county." approved May 1, 1881 and Tower of the (ieueioltve (Jrtjjni, eut Day. Mflil all forty-live- , but his beard has b:sen white, thereupon preeeulcd a petition, which is Dlforo liking, queue illanttHAai tia f.illniw aa ba- ol youthful his llgure bowed, his stops tremulous, and filed, piRiied by the Chesspeako & Nash- tha rxciwiot matured years, auch Imprmlcncn of Murlr. THE CRAZE FOR SMALL FEET. Randolph (Mam.) Cor. N. V. Sun.l Railway (Jo. by K. Zimmerman, Pres- as uniTrrsai UfMnwo, 1'aln in tho Tr.!. lilt wits obscured for so loii that he has ville Tlio attention of the struiijror In this old 27 other back, Dimness of Vltiuii, PremaPeople Who Dcslro to lluvo Their Toej been known since tha dnys at least of An- ident, nnd by "V. O. Welch nnd tura Uld Axe, and many other ilia-etown is oftfln attractotl by small, out on: drew Johnson's Presidency as "Old John." citizens and residents of the justices' disthat I (Mil to Insanity r buildings, fifteen by twenty feet, attached In all caseaof Keuils Since tho year 1SCC ho has been looking for tricts of Stanford, Walnut Flat, Turners-vill- e IPhllaJqlphla Pro,' many of tlio cot'.ae.i of tho mechanics. to Weakness the and Ilustonville precincts, raiting this charm, riutnrlnffPpcclBc acts Ilka a li. The competition' bstweon dales In the a fortune iu a place where only u passenlnsii nr fiilinf vli. Although too substantially built for woodmatter of small feet has become ho inlenso ger railway company could And it tho court to causa an election to bo held in or, glTlng to the eyo a lirll'lant J$Ti sheds and outbuilding, tby nro now usod that they are visiting the consulting-room- s p.uI digtrictH to take the Benio of tho quali- an J sparkling beauty, to the checkcJHKall stree's of Camden. Ills mother, bo he as such. Tliey belongel to an interesting of prominent surgeons Af tar Taking. to hnvu thought, left it to liiui, and if she had only fied voters therein upon the proportion tno rosy uluoouiuineaiiu, sold BMtirray'a Specific Is era in tho history of tl.o manufacture oi tholr big toes amputated, and nkthey may lived live all Drugitlsta at so that minutes longer he always says hereinafter fet forth. L'pon conniueralton SI per package, or six packagesbyfor JS. Also 1T In eastern Mn3sacliusotts, boots and shoes bo able to get into boots of tho smallest sho would have betrayed the whereabouts of which petition the prayer thereof ia mall, inn lage free, on receiptor price. before the advent of machinery Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled rVull in immpulgt. which will b t, compass possible. Prof. William H. of the fortune for which he has been look- granted and the court hereby orders that mailed frreparticularsapplicant. and boforo tlio bringAddress an election shall be held on Saturday the municationsto irerytile manufacturers. all comof the Jefferson Medical Colloge, ing since. to thn SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ing of it into lingo stoma factorlo left the liny, during the past month, been called 15th day of November, 1S84 in said Stan-forHVIllt.l V .HEDIriyr.Clly, Mo. Thro is this much certain VO.. rnou LonsviLitTotiie little shops of form ir days to do iugloriout upon by three men and ono woman, all of "Old Johu's" sanity and tho iu proof of Kansas Walnut Flat, TurneraTille and truth of his PoM In s or rubbish bins. duty ns justices' districts or precincts to Druggists Stanford by Penny A McAlliter and all them request. In story, that all through tho war, at about TtrTwbore. Step back over the pathway of time every making tho singular tlie iene of the qualified voters thereA ami iustancj ho ro.'usod to perform tho the beginning of which the family was take rata A uo.. Wholesale A ten U. - thirty years and pay a vhlt to ono of those following Mated proposition, I Loulsrille Ky. woulit-b- ) patients Aont first heard of iu Camden, Kberhart and in upon the optration, and Linshops. Say that it is n cold, frosty night away disgusted.the PULLMAN CARS Whether or not the county of his mother lived In comparative luxury Tho idea of tho surgeon' in tho fall, fir tho men workol in the knife Mill Hock, .Monlxoutry, Atlanta, rtasannab, coln shall itaue bonds to the amount of aiding them Iu their efforts to attain on Linden street, and that almost Jacksontlllt, Motilie, and Ktw Orltani. evening when thi weather was cold. and responsibility CHESAPEAKE upon the after l.or dea'h he fell Into com- 5150,000 four sboTecredit UNO OHIO RY. eUeurfully the brtau iful seems to have occurred to Tho ruddy lUht gleams named districts and of the hundreds of people slnml'nneomly like an plete pover:y. Ho the:i BEST ROUTE T0FL0RiDA a' oneo to through tho tattorcd cur.'alns, and we epidemic. credit and toll tho story of the burled fortune, which whether aald county upon lh In Fataee Cars Without Changs, o) hoar sounds of laughter und tha click districts shall ache could not tlnd and for which he has reaponnibllity ol the said 'I a .t account for thl rcmirkable lianituars as wj draw noa-- . O.i unterlng quire by purchase or gift, title to or the SHORT LINE TO THE EAST fur being mutilated for tho sake of been lookng evr sire. nsht-oi-wawo find ton or twclvo workmoti seated on a'rosa Loulitlll la I'alics Cars without chanr. a atrip of land through on to For soma wooks aitjr his mother's death bouchos crowded into a llttlo room, brisk- appearance," said Dr. I'ancoast to n JVcm Ihe county, atich as may be necwaary lor C fll I P D A W Scc.lnc liomca on th ronly working by the llg'it of lamps suspond-o- reporter, "hat I can say that it has, like filerhard said nothing about his fortune, the or for depota and such I O CilllU nHfl TC tin of thl road will from the celling. Ti-.- walls and celling all fashionable crazs, sprung up iu a very but appeared uneaay and drank heavily. grounds aa may be neccfaary at Stanford, recslve special low rates. S AirDti of this Company for rates, routu are black from tho mimics of yoirs, and the short tini'. I mast bo due to the tainted Or.o morning, about tw mjiiths after her Ky., for depot buildics't machine ahopa, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. ac, or write C. P. ATM0IIE, G. P. T. A. inky efforts of nrlstleaiiy Ulsp-sloung alio.. You sue, tho cuctlng off of a bl.r toe death, ho was seen closely examining tho round houses, water aupply, iVc for the O) Th only line running Loulavllla, Ky. crs. The floor is burled iu a layer of leath- would not materially shorten a foot, but it ground of the garden in front of tho Linaid Chesapeake & Nsahville Hallway. would make the end of it narrower, ;o den street house where he nnd his mother The amount of money to be raieed and for er chips a foot dsfp. From tha midst oi PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS nil a Utile red-ho- t cylinder stovj xuids ur that the patient would bo ablo to w.'ar a had lived. Tho lease ran out shortly nfter-war- d the railing of which bonds are to be iaaued, and the Undlorl found to his sur- in caae the qualiGed fotera iu aaid districts & its rickuty plpj nion tho ceiling to the shoe as oiuted as n dagger. This seems chimney at the end. A board placed upon to be tho niolern concop.ion of pedal prise that it could not be renewed, as his by a majority vote adopt or affirm this We am runnlnc our mill for (UrJIna and SdIdbIm tho pointed shoe will lenant could not pay the rent. Soon after- proposition, ia the aforeaaid eum of $150,-00a shop tub serves as a scat for a noighbii beauty. raov and doing; work. Wool can t aant by iipres ward iu his cup no told his story, which and auch additional sum aa may be who lias dropped in to hear tho news or tc go out and thou theso peopl) who aro hav ek &otil8villc, Cincinnati ami Lrx to usandreluroel sarua way; rolls, grraMi aeeure-l- y In bumlles. Canllng wkll participate in tho argument which in ing their Lig toes sliced off will be sorry." has sineo been common property in Cam- - neceaary to acquire the aforeaaid rights-of-waS cli., blaek "Would tho slicing off ef his big too bur. dn. and uilxnl, lOtta . per pound when great It !fcc. The bonda to be iaaued for the liiKtou, many shops is tho teaturj of tho evening, cent- - aCtieJ when we furnish II. eVead oa t "Mother had queer notions," ho said purpoee of raieing aaid proposed sums of l'erhapt, it wo look close we may seo on a a dude?" asked tho roportor. your wool and glv ua a trial. bout money. Although she had plenty, money ahail not be sold at leas than their "Not materially," answered tho physiconvenient shelf a die ionary ur a few r. II'. HATHOX & NOX. J0-lMttchellsburg, Ky works of reference, which aro often con- cian. "In fact, p.ople whoso to?, have which was left her by my father, who kept par value nor bear a greater . ate of inter- Connecting In sam with Cut trains for be deit sulted to substantiate an assertion or set- had to be amputated through disease seem a general store in Herkimer, Jf. Y., sho est than G per cent, per annum nnd to ia- tle a dispute, for In thoie Jays, before to get along all light. I have had lots of was always afraid of becoming poor. On .inc. iwpntr veirs from the date when G-- . machinery camo with its rattlo and roar, patiouts whose toot have been removed, this account sho kept u little piece of land eued.oraooner, at the option of Lincoln In the outskirts of Oriskany until nearly county. The proceeda of aaid bonda are to airamma conversation was easily carried on, and and they have always b.'ou consoled righta-ol-wa- y The Direct Route to L.vnchburg, San habits of discussion naturally formed, so when told of tha dainty little boots they the year of her death. It was wholly un- bo inveated in the acquiaition of the villo. Nor; aforeaaid and in the ptirchaae at the taxes were an annual that practically each "gang" wai a debat- w ill be able to wear. And I really don't productive, Louisville, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, dralu, but she said that if wo lost every- their par yalue of the first mortgage bonda ing society on a small scale. Thus it was think they miss the tojs. It Is a curious Ind., dealers In iilelnway A Sons', Deckar Hroa.', Jbat in those shops of tho olden tlmo was fact that most of tho applicants aro nnu. thing beIde wo could go thero and raisj of aaid Chesapeake & Kahvlllo Kailway,, All Virginia And North Carolina Haines'. J. A ('. Pitcher. Vote A Sons'. HaMwIn A e of the propoaed Co.'s Cottage, Upright and rWiusre Piano Fortas; Points. Company, tbe purpo-nurtured that spirit of intelligence for Popular prejudice would at oiicj onclii l enough from the soil to live on. For " Finally, the year lefore she died sifts nf nld four d'utricU being to aid the your ticket and lurtberor Information, apply to also the Kalsy, ahonlnzer and Hamilton Organs. i watch tho shoemakers of Massachusetts that none but a wounii could Initruuientaauld at price and terma to suit nearrsl ticket office, addrru lost all .a th (u investments and securities company in the coratmction and equipW. J. Huso, Don't gl vii your orders till you get our M'. are noted Oiia of my v.sitants was a furino-- , fioug AlfsfOM), Agt., of their road. Uut no auch inreat-meprlca and terms. Ticket and Pau. Act,, Psnvllle, Ky, AJitrtlilntf In thosi days it was not necessary for what on o:ir;h ho w.m'.od with small .oet of all kinds, anl, as f brieve, converted ment ia to be 2'JA lo il rlh Ave.. Loulivllle. Ky bonda or in nil she had, amounting to about 03,001), men to work too harJ. They hud more I can't imagine. ). W. Nntlll II. W. 1'll.liKH, unlea their raid road ia built from into Men'l Manager, Uen'l Paw'r Ag1!. tiuitj fur belMmprovemint, and they were "It is a co union thin.: for surgeons to drew cash. ItShe hid that somewhere and made, Ulchmond. Vlrzlnla r from for our household expenses Richmond Junction in Lincoln county and ono of tho most bodies of me- have patients who want meeting eyobriws point through Lincoln chanics in the country. From their ranks eradicated," Prof. Pancost continioi. and what money I wanted, but whero she extended from that direction to Xaahyille, westerly sprang such men as Henry Wilson, ot "Iuthese cases wo remove the holr by the did bid i'. I never knew, and although she county in ato aome railroad running to Natlck, William Lloyd Garrison, who root's and then apply electricity, which tried to tell ras when she died ihei was Tenn , or and unleaa aaid road ia aa well (11119 & MISSISSIPPI R. Naahville learned the trade in Lynn, and Ueujamin gives the person n sharp, stinging pain. taken very suddenly with apoplexy aud andaubatanlially built and equipped aa the E, H. BURNSIDE, W. Harris, who worked in ilridgowuter After this treatment the undesirable brows never spoke I belle vo I never will know. The Direct P.oute to ci Nashville Of course I looked all through tho house, main atem of the Louiaville and was not noted for supjrior workman- never return. Ladles win are so unfortand no greater amount of auch ThiB Old ship. One day Mr. Harris aroso from his unate as to have mustaches are troated in iu every closet nnd t'eik aid cuptoard, Railroad Woll - Known to be iasued by the not only for money but for any pap-s- that firat mortgage bond areto tbe mile, and bench ia a momsnt of temper, and seizing tho same way, but it is o painful that Hotol Still Maintaina its company than $30,000 shoe they can only havo half a mustache might g:v a clew to Its investment if It ,.;,! imniia re not to be taken or paid for a hammer, nailed tho High Roputation, Northwest and Southwest by the way of on which he was working to the wall, and, removed in a day. They go away looking weru no; hiddo.1 about the house, but it except when an equivalent amount of work JLOUIMVI gone." AND wan very funny. It is getting quite common LLi; or CIXCI.WATI. lia villi tho shop, remarked that he aaii road haa been done (upon estimate Ebenhardt's story was so naturally and on competent engineers) in Lincoln countv. donowith shoemaking forever. Hanover to do away with defects in the ear an 1 of Its Proprietor it Determined that leaving rhaUanoosa for cime back. I might mention many others nose. All tbeso itoms are part of a physi- forcibly told that at tlrst many people be- and 30 per cent, otaame auaii noi ue psiu All LIS livllie ami ( InrlnnaH make it Shall be Second to no Countrr lieved it. The ovwier nf tho house, George wno have made their marl: upon the his- cian's regular routine; that is, all Junc- dlreciioniiKlionat tlxM I.l(ht-nln- g IdI wlih the whole road from Richmond Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Q. Sours, permitted the digging up of the until the Exprawon tbe Ohio A MlKlulppt f.r St Tenne-retory ot tho country, though they began life tho big-to- e treatment, which I would tion in Kentucky, n Nashville in Appointments, or AttenLouis and all jolnli West, , gravel walks, grass-plats- , with the peg hammer and awl. wav, never perform for any one. I call it fly- garden flowr-bedsia completed. The aaid righta-o- f tion to Comfort of nnd all in tho search for tho buried &c, aa hereinbefore mentioned, are to be nly Irom Umlsvllle or Clnrlo-INow for a look at tho present mods of ing iu the faoj of nature. The big toe is TTMsro their Gueitt. treasure. The new tenants of the pJace ceded to aaid railway company upon auch 1f HUUrb natl to SI. Lou , being two kours manufacturing boots and shoes. The little not n superfluity; in fact, it has a very any quicker lag our also let n seventh son with o terms aa they may agree upon, to be paid Unit for than andother Una. (If of sits paiwngpis HaiKage will ba buildings havo been replaced by decided U3 4. aud tho profession should disflrjt chole iihaIi In trains divining-rocavf4 to aa frov t k 4 loose over tho place nt Eber in the capital atcck of raid company, by the golag Wtat, huge structures four and five stories high. countenance any attempt to abolish it," free of chart. KptMal arrnnmoilalleaa bordt's request. It was no use, the hazel-ro- commiasioneia to be appointed in behalf of to CoaawsrclalTrasaUra. The Karwlll Instead of each man making bis own be- always aipnlUd with tk eholrtit wouldn't turn uown. Some one else Lincoln county in the event tnia propoai 12Hours Quicker To Omaha and any on I than by Tills KxouswdIh Pride. "case" throughout, he has ono certain purt radorLI.ersat4Cliars. lent the mail tho ten dollars necessary foi Inn shall be adonttd by tbe qtialltieU to- - Ine going by way if CLI(t(o. assigned to him, and does nothing else. IK. r. QrsphlcJ thn divining-roexparimont. On the lower floor of tha building is the t r aa aforeaaid. "Speaking of proud men," said a rod- - After this, which was bait a year after Hers the leather is reIt ia further ordered that the officer apCollege. nosed man in a Harlem grocery store on bis, mother's death, the man seemed tc pointed to hold the reeular election in aaid ceived in rolls ot two or three hundred Saturday, "the proudest man I know is low his mental hold on the great belief oi diatricta or precincts for the present jear pounds. This, aftor being soaked iu water old Jacob Solomon. Ho STANFOJBD, UY. Always malei never allows until soft, is run through machines by man to say a woid against anythingany blMUe. lis search was extondod from r.Tnt ilia herifT. who are to be appoint he the garden into the street, and once, ed by the aherilTof Liocoln county na his which it is cut into strips, skived, rolled has. He carries it almost too Con- With a Full Cirps and lake far. A few of and died out into soles, inner soles and weeks ago Solomon and I were sitting In u is saiu, tbougb It is so long ngc deputiaa) ahali hold the electionthe regular that no one vouchos positively for il,. nu herein nrovidrd for at taps, tho smaller pieces cut into lifts for This Institution will open Us Klfieenth Beaalon Jaue's piacj beer, wheu two tbe story, be was arrested and locked placea of Totirir in each of aaid districts on With all Lines at heels. This Is the most dangerous room young Hebrewsdrinking nnd on th 1st Upndsy to HspUmbsi nsit. came iu sat down at up, after a wook'ji feeble excava- the aaid 15th day of NoTember, 1S81 At in tho factory for the workmen because the table. We could bear everything tbey tion with a stick, for digging a hede in aaid election each TOttr aijall be aaked St Louis and Intermediate Pointi. ot so much knlved machinery. It Is a rare ALL THE BHANCHKS OV X which a butcher's horso had broken his whether he vote for or Kinst the propo-aitio- n thing to find such a room that doos not said. Veil, Isaac,' said one, 'how "' did you kne. His small means, his scant credit, aubmltted (which la the propoaition Xo Ferric)! XoOmnlbiifsTrario contain one or moro employes minus a enchoy the summer J TH0B0UGHENGLI3HC0URSE and most of tho charity called forth by his hereinbefore lecited) and hia rote ahall re finger or thumb. Sometimes frightful acrerH! "' lro,Je1 bJ The racer, a huge machine up First rate, replied tbo other; ' I waa story were exhausted in a year's time, recorded in a poll booki ,0 cidents occur. Ar taught, a wall as to the Catskllls.' and since then he has been regarded gen- the clerk of tlii cxiurt at expenw of county modeled something after the guillotine of Connections in Union Depot, HI. Louis, for that purpoae at each voting place, which with trains of made going West, Northwest ami MUBIO, TILE LANQUAOEO, JJUAW "Ishdat so? I was doro myself do erally in Camden as a pauper idiot. lines France, is used in cutting the sides oi summer INO AND l'AINTINO. That thero has boon much light on his ahall be returned in the time and by the Southwnt. leather into strips. It contains a knife you see pefore. By do way, Isaac, did II you are going West to any Ipolnt, rail on or aa in caae of gereral elecliona, that bretty lovdle woman dat goos mind, clouded by his groat misfortune or etnie efficera long that would cut a man's arm four feet wilto to the undersigned. be ia by tho naniij of Hachel?' hallucination, no one who has seen him of and the reault of aaid election to preaorlb off as easy as scissors cuts a thread. For full and reliable Information In rrgard to " I should smile If I didn't.' and certified in the manner late years could bellevo. He was raggod Land, Ac, In the Western rltatrs, Msp, Uuldes In tho cutting room wo find long rows of '"Did you kiss her i' In Tuition, price rang from 123 to ao j0 n ed by the act hereinbefore referred to. In and lowest special rate for Ticket and Household andstoopedvlth'a men at work at high benches cutting calf, regular Departineuu. Prluarr, fii; Intarrnedlat " 'Veil, of I didn't you can use my hoad went about on a frowzy gray beard, and each ol aaid poll hooka there ahall Ins a n Oools to all points West call nn or address continual poke with a A.LHOP, MJ; PreparaUuy, 140, and Collegiate, 140. (. II. kip. split and othor kinds of leather into as a pa-- ball.' headed, "For Ksllroad Aid" and a Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Hallway. stick various patterns for vamps. This is very " 'So did I. So did I.. Vat do you tlnk knottel mudthat forevorforscratched in column headad "AgainatRailroad Aid" and Harrodibnrg, Ky the dust, or snow ror full particular, as to Iloara, Ac., addree the buried W. W. PEAUODY, W. n. HHATTUC. particular work, andean not ba done by of horJ' all reraona yoting in favor of . TKsJKIIKAItr, PrliiclpHj, treasure. lod as far the Toteaof Pra't and (len'l Man'gr, Ocn'l Pais. Agt, MKN. M. machinery. From the cutting room the " 1 tlnk shj Is tbo vorst kissing I ever out of townHis research hasHow him where ih nrnnoalilnn herein rectteU anaii oe re BUnford, IJncoln Co., Ky, . . i'aiii?, i enirai raasenger Agnit, as Riverside. or leather is brought to tho stitching depart- - saw.' in the column first named and of Cimlnnatl. Ohio, he has lived of lato no ono seems clearly corded men r, where at long rows of sowing matboae voting against and propoaiticn in the "So do I.' to know. 1 chines nion and women aro putting tho column laat named. "Then old Solomon, who had been Ho was found doad, as stated above, oq vamps togother and preparing them for wrapped up in the At leaat 20daya' notice ahall be Rivenby conver)t.tlos:, inter- Ferry road last night, very ragged, thin A Itewardof Two HunpriJ Dollars will tho bottomer. of Lincoln county of the election rupted: by the friends of the late J. N HoneJIcl for the and dirty. His stick lay noar him, ami the aheriir Tho bottoming room, which we next herein ordered hy publication in tbe Inte oipturo of his murderer, Henry Kolierta. Iloberta "'You say, shentlomen, dot you kissed beside it was u llttlo furrow in the soil, Is about 2 J nd by printed From visit, is tho largest in tho factory. Here dot voman, and she eoni.exlon, trou, Chronic and Illoo.t Diseases, eyes, smoitli yiraof age, dark countenance, hal good kissing?' the Inst trneo of " Old John's " fruitless Kion Jouhnai. newspaper vasn't face and very bad Urn I it uml Jlriirt rath, tno "stock" from tho room notirea posted up at net lea than three Nrrtnua lleltlllly,Affections, Weak I.iinir, cr heavy bulli, weighing probably IA0 pounds. " 'It's noim of your plznuss vat ve say; search for his mother's fortune. ISoirii Itrubrn which the Weakness of the Kldnrys.lllnd. aii'l tho vamps from tho stitching room but I tell you, old man, she public places in each diatrict ir. vasn't vorth u drr dc Urliiury Orvmia.uJk your Druunlil lor aome together and nro made up into boots dime.' There was a heavy fall of anow in New election is to be held. JD-- . 3XXVf3. W. BCOTT'S tl o authority and shoes. Around tbo sides benches aro Thia order i uiai'e und-WORLD RtNOWNtO SaiClflO MO. 13, Ilampahire and Maine Friday. "'Don't say dat, shontlemen. You bv il art nf Aemldy aforeasid, urrangednt which the lasters work, while mustn't say dat. I know potter. conferred She is tntemleil to i In tha eentjr are machines. Tho lasting approved My 1. 18S1 and All in ihe Line of Nature good prnvidor.a of boots aud shoos by machinery has not " 'Vhat do you know npout llachael?' There Is nothing in tlio line ol magic or inastciy heinalrict ronformity lo the & yet bien acoomplishsd in a satisfactory they thereof. IXVtsla FlloanllnriiK.l about that wonderful an J ropulur tuidlclne, Parexclaimed together. L. C P A I1L001). UltAlN Si WKItVi: TONIC. manner, and, owing to tho uaturo of tho ker's Toi Ic. It Is limply the liest anil most rtlen-tid- e A Copy. Att: J.Tii.mn. Crit " 'Kverydinys. She is my vif.' If rour Drasalst doe not krepltatkhlia toordsrlt Chicago work, probably never.wii: be. Uvthe luster cotatilnatlou ixsilble of the esseutlal pilucl-pal- s foriou. tl. per botfl. S'ocB.IIecf nml Iruu IMIOKKKSIOIll. the work Is made ready for tho titter, who la tha Oreiitoit Mottlral Dliootf rjr of mxlam limes. of those vegetable curatives which act jnjwcr-full- y For paui hl.t. wiih full pnnlcoUrs. addrxM SHE DREAMED IT. caoKn on mo soles. Uy the use of tho iU THE O.V,V LINE ItUNNINU and directly upon tha stomach, llrer, 0HA8. W. ECOTT M.D., Klinsun City, Mrw 1. W. BttWX. SAX X, LUKDBTT. ling macmnos one man does tho work of Practical Vie Vr. SCUTTB J,IVU rZZLH. auJ Mood, But there neither is, nor will bo or u Young I.nily'a il enlt twenty unuortuoold method. Tho shoes nro any successful Imitation ol It, It la all the time BOXtDETT & DHOWN, Curs! Yisloii, now ready to bo pegged. Tho pegging curing those who had despaired of eTcr getting ATTOUNEVd AT TjA-iSociu' Clrolo (On.) Special. machine was one of tho tlrst labor-savinAND UOLID TItAINti woll. For yourself, ycur wife and children. MT. VKEKOS, KY. AVnlnut Gruv, in Inventions introduced into tho business, nlnut County, Is Buck Ien's Arnica Salve. n ri'tiurhablo aunsation. Among p.nd has probably done more to break up LOUISVILLE TO ALEX. ANDEBUON, CHICAGO The best Salre In the world for Cuts, Bruises, tho old system of manufacture than any tho most, respected losldents of tho place A.'X"X,OItNJI3V A.rV XjA.W, IwJjITH 2 CHLY TRUE Is Miss Lama Slicluut, uho has passed tho Sores, Ulcara, gait Rbeum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Other. It does tho work of twenty or DANVILLE, KY KrKciat Nojirc -P- ajuingere trom tbo Knox-tlll- o un nctivo Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all tikln Will practice In the Courto of Boyle and adjoining twtntyllvo men; the work Is done better, lusrlilinu of youth, lint IlratichofL.AN.lt. It. arrive In Iiilivllla Eruptions and positively cures Plies, or no pay re- counties nnd in tha Court of Appeals, lutlmoto tako tho and tho machine occupies no moro room participant In socloty ovanu. About a quired. Is Is guaranteed to give perfest satisfactrain of tho "Monon F3 Itouto" and go through m than two nion. The lasts aro next drawn weok no sho had u dream. IJaforo hor tion or money reloaded. Price 2i cents per box, J. b. Orccucnsllo, Crawfordsvlllo, ,nrayctf ci 015k v&r S a out, nnd tho work Is taken in hand by oyus was spread the panorama of tho sur- Foraalo by Penny & .A.ttornoy Vt Xjtfv. McAllster. ami Chicago wltliout cliaiiKC. And Master Commissioner Ilockcastlo Circuit Court tho edger. Tho edging machine, like most rounding country. MT. VEKNON, KY. TIME TAIILE A young man, elegantly drosioj nnd orof tho boot and shoo machinory, docs the End to Bone Scraping. An Will practice In the Itockrastlo Courts. Collec133 work of twenty nion, though it occupies namented with n rod nock I.--, stoppo I up CITATIONS. tions a specialty. Office In Dally. Edward Shepherd, of Harrlsburg, III., aays Dally. to her uud pointed out n certain upot, told "Ilavlug received so willy tho space of two. much beneUt from Electric Lve. Loulsvlllo. 7 40 p in SKuu LEE F. HUFFMAN. her to dig and wealth uould bo hers. Just Bitters, I feel It my duty to let aiitlering human-It- y Arr. Oreenrnstlo. Tho work is now transferred to tho heel i ui H 2 01 p in HTJKCEON Crawfordsvlilo .., 2 03 a in 3 01 p la HTAHFOKD, KY. know It. Have had a runqlu; soreou my leg ing department. The heeling of shoes by then sho awoke and tho young man was Jjfajfotte.. gono; but tho tiioinory of the dronni so for eight yors; my doctors told me that I would Office Bouth sldo Main titraat, two (loci's abovt 13 n in r: pu macninory is ono o: llie most interesting troubled Chicago FACTS RECAnOIXQ 7 30 am 8 CO pin the Myors Hotol: her operations to bo seen iu (ho factory. Tho night. The that aha Blept no moro thut havo to have the bone scraped or leg amputated. Pure Nitrous Oxlda Qas administered when reino most direct route, with only ouo ihangool 9?. HafcA I?cn quired. cars, toall points In WlaCoiisln, Minnesota, low heels come from tho room all peated. So i.ext night tho drcnin waa re- I used, Instead, three bottlei of Electric Bitters great an Impression did ft and seven boxes Arnica Salve, an my leg li now Iiebraska, Ac For further luforuulion, addrasa prepared for the machine, aud are fed iu make nn. W. D. PENNY, ItwIllnnrlfV nnd enrich tho BLOOD, rcgnlato MUIIHAY KKLLKIt, ). P. A the LIVER nnd KIDHEY3,anii HLjroiiK TIIK ono at a time, lboshoo is placod In po- moro that ahe arose and went to bed no sound and well." Electric Hitters are sold at SO TJontlat. loulsvlllo. Kr HEALTH nndVICOHof TOUTH! Ill all thosa that night. Tho third night sho rents a bottle and Bucklin'a Arnica Salve at 2!e fiMlrlHt. ii i.rtHltiunil I'MIrtAll 'I'DNH1. 8TANFOUD, KENTUCKY. iHiMi.i sition, tho nails driven, tho heel shaved, again had the eipecliillvli Aiiut:t.liiillvt's-- ' U'ila.V uiilof IU me Is th ft shoe released, all in four soconds. hor that on dream, vshloh ho lmpressod per box by Penny A McAllster. and OSce over Robt. H. Ly tie's store. Office hour lion, Lark nmrki'd btrt'iialiu tl.'., from 8 ta V2 a. m, nnd 1 io 5 p u. Anesthetics ad A Startling Discovery. With this machine some operators can heol went out, andtho following morning sho suro enough, at, the doslg-natemuscles anil nerves rev o new force. L'ulHeus i ministered wnen necestarr. 3,000 4alrs of shoos per day. thuiiilml bhiI jupplli'S llralvi 1'imri'. spot, about throe feat under ground, ' Mr, Win. John sou, of Huron, Dar., n rites tha G vjy auuerluic from all comnlslnts a wlfo had been troubled with auute Bronchitis bis Tho shoes aro now made and ready to bo alio found a Rinall tin box filled with ElO peculiar lo tlivirsiot vtlllilnUlit coined siun.-ui., ortho Bnn.VTirio al,l,.t. DR. If ARTEa'S IRON I'ONIO a tnfV uml speedy ,n. VSsibbbbbbbbbbbbbB fluisuod. In tho finishing-roothe bot- roM. There nro witnesses both to tbe for many years and that all remedies tried giro no .Inuo to act ua Hullcltors fur cure. It Kites n rtenr Hml healthy couiplexlnii, Mnrka. CVpyrUhta, for thi U, mil T'hTSim ii?Sli toms, are scourod and brushed and the Ilndlnc and digging up of tho box of gold. permanent relief, until he procurod a bottle of Tlio atroiiRost tetllniuuy to Urn vuluo of Dll, SELF-CUR- E, IlAiiTKilM IiiomIo.niu is that freiucnt attempts Dr, King's New Discovery tor Consumption, RELIABLE boeii scourod and burnished by steam-poweThe wholo community is excited over find- Coughs at counterfeiting Imve only added to the popular acd Colds, which had a magical eftect and Ity of the original, if jiiii.curiiesllyileslrulieatlli A favorlto crescrlntlon of ono of thl and the work is dono better than ing tho treasure. the oriiiinal and IIlst produced a permanent cure. It is guaranteed to tnust noted and aupceaifuianflnllsts In thn tT. H du not cxporluivnt-g- ct by band, with n saving of eighty to eighty-flveji(now retired) for the curect .Verffliiifcffri. Henu yuur Miurais to xn Dr. Hurler nlsd Co.1 In "I do not leel that 1 shall nroY a NL Ltiiil. Mo., for our "DHEAM BOOST." cent, of labor. When finished tho the enterprise if I once einhark ladeailhil see uroall diseases of the Throat, Lungs or BronchiJfoat JHanrioecl.irVardirasaiid Jtecnu, Hen I It, I ..iiu.iiiun. rpocimenriiurnriiin hi.....i.i. , .7. al Tubea. Trial bottles frea at Penny 4 McAlls-Sir- 's Drucglstsciin fill It In plain sealedenvelopos-ee- . iuiioi siraccoaau cbeiuunrjrmaiioo,itee.2 -thoej nro taken to the treoing-roorHero Tarmus channels la which I know I can he use- On. HAHTtn'o Inoti Tonio is for 8ak dy ali Addreas DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. Drug Store. Large size (! fRiiryuvTUAii.n UCAUaitu lvTmVHifi. Uio vamps secure tljo ljandsorao (ormandj fbl.'' ""'""' ATrn?NT wiiuu.iwuuiiwi v , JS8 li m Through Trunk Line one-stor- y IS! run-coas- d, Hui-tonvil- SOUTH & WEST t: tOO-l- liuiiio-ciatol- y OS. ',(.. do-si- re y o-- er Kentucky's It East d risht-of-wa- -- sJ i y 0, a soiSTtratlst Iy., WASHINGTON CITY. Wool Carding Spinning pl m isr"7sr Yorls.. r R.- W.Etti,i I. II. ISalilsVin Put-offl- A o., ao-tin- bsiv . nt right-of-wa- y int.-lligei- MYERS HOTEL, I St. Louis & tho West maini Hal STANFORD. KY. Propr and lialf-finisho- d -- U one-stor- y long-haire- d d d O. & M. nections Stanford Female Past Timo and Sure Teacher, aaoer-taine- TERMS MODEKATE. ool-um- SUFFERERS t'onnl-lullimaa- $200 Reward liM sole-leath- ' GOGA.BEEFilRON "conow liouTs:. Railway. Louisville, New Albany kid-no- Noc-tiirm- Pullman Palnco g 131-l- nan. aV7 m xft iH feSa3y ou-uln- Court-hous- o. DI3NTI8T, HTONIC 111 sole-leath- 1m 8- d 1151-lyr- .) r, mr FREE! rirrO. L8UI PATE f- er a. Acjjj,f;cem -