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HENDRICKS, Or Indiana. FOH COMJItKSS. GOV. JAMES B. MoOREAIlY Ok Maiiok, FROM THE LONE STAR STATE. ILr Interior Journsl. Covz, Cohykll Co., Texas, Ocr. 20 -- It la Impossible for me to lei! 7011 wht a welcome ylsltor the JouiifUi, is to us. Often our friend ceetn to for(f t ua and neglect to write, but the dear old horns piper nwyi coruM to hind and if you could tee how eager we are to run to the Rain to Ret It flrat, I am sure you would think your labor to make it a "uom" paixr wan appreciated by at leaat one family. I hare now Wen in the "IV ne Star Stnlc" four montba and I cvi aw u re you that the "lone" part of it i often felt br your humble (errant. For the Drat time in my life I know what it ia to be lionitlck. However 1 aui very much in love with Trine. We have some of the incut beautiful acenery I ever aaw in my life; fstwcUl ly the cloud rctcery ia uniurarrtd, and ourahort pltaaant twilighta rzrrt auch a aweet, toothing influence. It ia extremely healthful here, alao, and t)ie people are kind, litnst and We bavr had an xceedfinlr dry ititn-me- r here ihU year, not 01. ',! c-- d, hard rain rinre I hare bun hrtu. Many people are hiving to haul wtrr for tiiltc a dUtnncr, but mot of them have well that rarely co dry. Trsra ran flar.d a drouth letter, I aupporo, than any State in the Union, refutation j.i iin tid thrlying without a aluglo lair. Of ouurac though we can not realize tvh'nir like a fair crop on a dry year, unl itm ureal drawback to Texas ia that the seasons, are either too wet or too dry. We bad our drat Norther lat week; It lasted for three dayH, but waa yery mild. They had a pood lauih at me about it. Knowing how anxioua I waa to experience a Norther, they called to me ar.d told me to look at that great, black bank of clouda in the North and that it would be freeing cold in a little while. I hurried into my winter clothe, expecting to be frczen to death and waa much disappointed that the Norther waa only a cool wind from the North. Hump, I feel Ilka a fool yet when I think of it and you know that ia rather a norel feeling for me. The mode of Irarellng ia a little difler-et- it from what it ia iu Kentucky. We lire 21 milea from the railroad and when we want to go there we jolt along in a corered wagon and people who are too nice for that kind of narigation u a general thing muat atay al home, aa a buggy ia rather a norel sight, a few at the Cure, our litllo town, where we get our mail twice a week, and where I will comenco teaching a frco reboot in tbe morning. Texts beata Kentucky nn her free schools and ia much stricter in the examination of l.er teochers and your piy ia regulated by the grade of certificate you obtain. There are more rock in thia put of Texaa thnn Ierer aaw in my life ar.d the most of it looka like petrified ipangv. Wood petrifies hero very rapidly, ta moat any time you can pick up petrified chijn Wolves and deera are found iu the uiouii. tains at the back of our home. The wolves aro yery annoying in the epriug, killing youngctlve, tc The deem come in our garden every night nud uibblo at tl.epcicli- To 111 Editor ( well-to-d- a To my many friends who hare aeked mc (0 write and not lie about Txai, a thing that it oeemed impoMililo to bo done, I will simply ray I am like George Washington, myself, nnd that Texiu U a very good Slute, not gootl as come accounts innlu it, nor as bad bh others, that U the part of ToiHuthrU I have vecn, but us far as I am concerned if I bad a good home in Kentucky I sculd not leave it to go any new country iu the world. Texan is a mighty nice Stale to visit, and to thoio that aro raireJ here J can suppose it is, of cpurse tho first place in the world, but any ci.e coming hero from the old stales, especially if that Slalo ia Kentucky, nnd near Stanford at that, will find that the little poem of I'.ijne's will otfii recur to them and they will sigh for the "Old Kentucky Home." lam sa K. N. Peitkh, over, yours forever, cum: koii 1'ii.us. aro frequently jirecedi'J ljy a sense uf might , 1ntli back, loins niul lower part of tlio nMonii-iiCausing the patient to ttiiiotrt lie lias anninntTrctloli of tlif klJufjrt or nelgliUiriiiK ortnins. At tlwco, Pile rinplonn of laillgettlon o iivMiit,nn flatulency, of tlio stmimilii etc A JiioUtnn, kt riilrutloii, ihoJucIiik a ery illsagrMutile licking, afltr getting vrsrni, ! a Tcry common iitttnJ.int. Ullnil, IHeeUIn: niul Ilclilns riles ) It M at once to tlio nnOlratlou of Dr. llotiinWs I'llu Ileniedy, vhlcli net llrvel4y upon tho nails (UlVcteJ, absorbing tlio Tumors, alia) lug tlio liiteiuo Itching an J sftVctlngn j.eruiriMNit cure, l'rlco CO ccnti, Address tho Dr. Jlossnko Medietas Co,, riqua, Ohio. 8oM hy Mollob-sr& Stagg. tinemlni-- such as Ovarian troubles, Inflammation and THIS IDEA OF GOINO WEST Ulceration, Falling and dlsplaccmsnt or bearing tu Colorado or New Mexico, (or ittro air to relievo down 'feeling, Irrcgalarlttlcs, Barrenness, Chauge besldea many weaknesses Consumption, It all a mliluVe. Any reatoimtleinan of 'Life, Leucorrhcca, would UM Dr, Hoanko' Cough nml Lung Syrup for springing from tlio above, like Headache, Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous deConsumption In all Its first stage. It never ftlU bility, Palpitation or tlio Heart, Ac. For sale by lo glvo relief In all etiu of fJouglis, CoMi, Tains In tlio Chat ami nil nnVctlonn that nro druggists. Prices SI and ft SO per bottle. Send coiitMsrnl primary to Consumption. l'rlce.iO cents to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N.V., for pamphlet, frto. and 81.00. Sold by Mcltobcrli & Slaje. For tale by Penny A McAlliter, Druggist. at Ilrun-clilll- Farmers are improving the present fine weather by finishing their full seeding,) tion has (juite monopolized the attention of wnlca was so long demed by the extreme everybody in Washington tbe 1ast week. drouth. There haa been much trepidation and uu There is not much railroad talk on the manlfuU among the department streets and the prospect is not very indicaemlne clerks, and al tho aevoral lunch rooms tive of a lively vote in favor of tbe tax. where government employe congregate for We shall soon ree however. their midday meal, one hear acarcely any New York politico, is as usual of abthing but election Ulk. On the day of the sorbing interest. It seems ntrtnge that we election it was rpecialty evident that the still as a notion hold to the idea of our government clerka were in a atate of very high officials attaining their elevation by unpleasant sucpeuae. They were constant- the suffrages of the people accorded to pely running out in eoarch of news, hoping culiar worth and fpecullar fitnev. The to get hold ol something that would tend to wisdom of sages and the blood of patriots, make them feel aecure in their itoaitiona, may have created the offices, but capital, for all of them believe that a democratic: corruption and trickery seat the incumrictory meana a clean sweep of the depart- bent. The last of tho 10 days covered by the ment. Tbe feeling waa illustrated by one clerk who has held his poiitiot for years, grand Kansas excursion tickets brought and whom I heard talking with others of back Cam Auatin end all his belongings. forming a hunting and Cming club for next Thus has melted into thin air the last posyear'a aport. lie mhl: "Well, If Ohio sibility of the depletion of this country by goes right, and Illaine comes iu. I'll join emigration to any other spot on earth. I', the club, but if Cleveland wina, I don't ia true John C. Fyre insula on going ,Weat Arch Fyre has sold hia farm to Dr. Tom know what will become of me." Much disappointment is evinced in re- Ibhon and proposes to go to Tennessee publican circles at their fallen moority. Lorell Rousseau is picking for a flitting to In fact the republican plurality claimed On Kansas L. F. Suarpe has traded hia property, on the South side of Wednesday dimiuithed with such rapidity that the much boasted victory in Ohio Main street, to Wm. Adams for the hotel turns out to be in leillty a defeat. Any property in McKlnney. W. A. Hunter, forfalling below their plurality of the last merly of this county, writes that be would presidential year must be accounted a like to exchange properly at Topeka, Kanaign of waning atrength in the republicans. sas valued at $1,500, for a home In Lia-coiDoea anybody wiah to trade? As Garfield had 30,000 plurality and as waa nearly 20,000 republican pluralithero t Si.unniNO the PniaiDEMT. I saw ty in October, 18S0, if we allow for the Arthur on the street yesterday in a natural increase of population and for the carriage with a tall, handsome woman, who extraordinary full role brought out by tbe may have been his daughter or Mis struggle for life the "Grand Old Party" has Arthur has very much cbang-sincput forth in that to them indespcnsable I last saw him. His side whiskers State, wo muat seo that the amall October aie nearly white. He still has rather fine plurality means defeat in November, unlera looking eyes, and I imagined that they by the policy of Mutter they have adopted, carried no lttj happy light in them. Evthey can deceive tho people as to the true er since his defeat for the presidential nomsignificance of lat Tuesday 'a rotinr- - The ination, he has been in a childish sulk. He returns t how a ioaa from the norm il r pub- does not know rthat to do with his future. lican strength of 10,000. Now that the He cannot Gh all the year, and hia per smoke of the conflict ha cleared away, the form slices at (he table of late, haye given bard facia aro that a republican Sate has Uim at least one -- pell of sickness. That only hten he'd into line by a plurality di glamour which attended him before the minirhed by nearly half from that of four nominating at Chicsgo has all passed off. years ago. Considering (he derperate He is but a little quantity in the present means rraorled to in securing this mesgre disposition of our affair. Archie Camresult, the thousands of deputy marshals pbell was not far wrong when he said to paid from the Federal Treasury to do par the Republican Convention at Chicago in lirnn work, the enormoua corruption fund 1SS0 to halt btfere they completed their Gould and other monopolist friends of ticket by puttiog this man upon it. NearItlaine have aent into Oaio, Democrats may ly trerj misfortune which has attended tbe well take heart for the vital contest of No- republican party since it is to be ascribed vember. Ho is believed to have Id Gen. Arthur. l'enalon Commissioner Dudley, by the been the person who counseled the resignaway, found some difficulty in getting the tion of ConkliDg and Piatt from the Senexpense accounts of the Pension Office ate, and neither had good reason to be agents whom be bad ordered to Ohio, ap- thanklul to him afterwards, for Piatt went proved on hia return to Washington. I to the convention as a delegate against am told that Deputy Commiationer Chrc him, while Conkliog in a little while refutNew York Letter refused, when requested by tbe Commit-sion- er ed to speak with him. to approve expense accounts of which to Cincinnati Enquirer. he knew nothing. He was willing enough Haupeii' republican, saya: to certify that the agents were ordered to "The quiet dignity of Gov. Cleveland durOhio by Dudley, and that tbey acted while ing thia bitter personal campaign has greatthere under Dudley's ordera, but that was Not a week ly impressed the country. was aa far as he cared (0 go. I fancy Dudpasses that some fresh and disastrous illusley will have to approve them himself. He tration of the crooked and questionable would be equal to the occasion. I saw him conduct of Mr. Illaine during bis official on the street the other day, and bis exprescareer ia not made public. Hut against the sion struck me aa one of pleasure at the perfect honor of Mr. Cleveland's official way he and hia agents carried things with action not one serious blow has been tven a high hand in Oaio. Hut their performaimed. The more closely hia career is ance on election day would furnih an in scanned the more plainly it appeals that teresting chapter of political hulory which tbe guiding principle of bis conduct has will probably cover be written, and some of been the great trutli that public office is a the things which thoy did openly would public trust. The Mayor of Duffalo and undoubtedly be classed aa Ihgrantly unthe Governor of New York are not found lawful. There, for instance, KitcaO Kath-bonto be involved in vast speculative schemes who Is a chief of the Special Examiwhoeo value depends largely upon action nation Division of the Pension Office, and which he can control. He is not the brokno longer s n agent of tho Treasury Secret er of such enterprifci. He ia not found was out in the full armor of the to bo let in upon the ground fbor, Knight of the While Feather, acting as a nor promising not to be a dead head, nor secret service detective, with a view to preproposing schemes in which hia influence vent the wicked democrats from voting. may be serviceable nor when hopelessly enThe pyramidal of the Wash- tangled in a net of hia own lotters, begington monument is completed and is an ging a friend to eve him by asserting what object of great curicBity to multitudes of the seme friend his told him U not true, people. Tho pinnacle of tho marblo ia cut nor, lest he should lose votes declaring that away lo allow a capper apex to sol into tho he never owned property which undeniable stone, which will be connected with I he documents prove that he did own." lightning rod on tho interior of the monii Camphor is made in Japan in this way; ment. Tho workmen say that many peoAfter a tree is felled to tho earth il is cut ple, especially young ladies, insist on perching theumelvM upon this stone to ray that up into chips, which are laid in u tub over they have stood upen the apex of the a largo iron pot partly filled with water and placed over a slow fire. Through Wellington monument. Tho Clapp Committeo issues another "ap- holes in the bottom of tho tub Bteam slowpeal "to the backward clerks Ohio has ly rUes, and beating the chips, generating pxhnualed the fund and there are New oil and camphor. York, Indiann, New Jersey and ConnectiAccording to Hon. Carl Schutz "the cut waiting to bn supplied with deputy great republican victory In Ohio .was semarshals nnd bull-dopistols. cured by the scoundrelly contrivances eet Apropos of Obio, the republicon train in motion by the Pension Ilureau and tiie had too much elcim on and ran n little reign of terror exercised over workingmen." pist tho station. Positive Cure for Piles. Wo are in sight of the promised laud, To tlio people of thia county wo would aay that wo have, Icon gWen tho agency ol Dr. Marchlsl'a McsDd Tildai did not outer, Joshua Clove-lanPile Ointment ouphatlcally guaranteed will. He's that kind of r man, It'n Itallau or moJoy rofunded Internal, External, to cure Kansas City Times. llllud, Weeding or Itching I'lloa. Price SO cents written in the stars. ubox. No cure, no piy. Penny A McAllitor, The richertt man in tho world lives at Druggists, Canton, Chins.. Tho celestial's name is Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Han Q'la. Hn pays taxes on $150,000,000 Wo emphatically gusranteo Dr. Marchlsl'a a femalo remedy, to cure Fcinala Jllseas-unud is estimated to be worth $1,100,000,000 Wahiiinuton, Ojt. To tho IMllor of tlia Interior Journal lit). The Ohio FA.IjiZi JLItfX) WINTER ANN0UNCEMI Having mado eorao improvemeula in our stora room and added 400 Etjuaro feet more of epoco to accommodato our largo and constantly increasing trade, We wisli to Tell Yoii. of sonie ol" tlie Wonj we have in derful store for You. Bai-g&iiis-- Wo now havooneof tho beat ventilated and lighted store rooms in town and we havo confidence enough in the ing season's business to prepare lor a grand rub of trade. "Have been busy tho last two weeks marking and assorting com-- " Hut-tonvil- le Ail Immense Lot of Elegant Fall & Winter Goods, purchased at the startling auction sales And from overstocked manufacturers and dealers by our resident New York buyer at a time obliged to mako great sacrifices in order to obtain financial relief. when they were n. Our Goods were Bought in many instances for Less than 50 nJents on the Dollar, AND Pres-iden- We propose to Sell them at X'riccs that may Appear Incredible Iaper but arc only too Real in lact. oi e We quote tbefollowiog prices, although to quote prices hardly teems unful. It tells eo little, for instance, for us to say that wo havo a Gent's Fur Hat for 81.2."i. The reader would say, "Why, all the stores havo that;" but the fact remains that no house here has the same quality for that price, but will ask you from S2 to 82.50 for them. This shows tho necessity of your coming here and examining the goods themselves. The prices in this advertisement aro merely guides. A 81.2.") Hat here and a 81.2.") 'Hat elsewhere aro entirely different things: GoodDark prints, fast color, 1c per yard, 2.") yards for 81; Indigo Blue Prints, 7c per yard or 14 yards for SI; Good Brown Muslin, lo per yard; Extra Heavy Brown, 7c per yard; Fruit ot tho Loom, 9c per yard; Greon Ticket Lonsdale, 9c per yard; Good yard wido Bleached Cotton, 7c or 16 yards for 81; very beat Plaid Shirtings, 80 per yard; best Domestic Ginghams, fcjc per yard; extra good quality Bed Ticking at SJc, 10c, 12Ac, 13c and 18c, worth 2.r per cent, more elsewhere. -- DOMESTICS: DRESS GOODS: per yard, worth 8Jc; A lot of handsome Brocade Dress Goods in all shades at GJc per yard or 10 yards for 81, worth 10c everywhere; Ono lot of Lusters, warranted half wool, 10c per yard, worth 1 5c; One lot of Double Width Colored Cashmeres at IG3C, cheap at 25c. Stackt of Fancy Dress Plaids at Be Towels 10c cich; Turkish BathTowelf, 12Jc One lot Fancy Bordered Towels at 5c each; ono lot each; one lot extra large Damask Towels 25c each; one lot Table Damask, warranted all linen, 25c per yard; one-lGenuino Turkey Red Table Linon 40c, worth 65c. Wonderful bargains in Canton Flannels, Wool Flannels, Linseys, Jeans, Basket Flannels, Blankets, Comfoits.efec. All-line- n TO'WESI.-- S dto -- i?0E IiINTE3"S- one lot ot ClaOTHII-'G- r. We are paying particular attention to thia part of our business. Have now in stock an elegant line of Tailor made Clothing that for style and finish can not be excelled anywhere. It must bo seen to be appreciated. The prices speak for themselves. Big attractions in Fall Suits. Come in and try on a coat, examine tho sewing, the linings, the button holes, the pockets; note the fit and finish and observe the low price asked. We guarantee a saving of from 83 to 85 on a fine suit. One lot Child's Wool Pasts 15c per pair; one lot Child's Heavy Suits 81.25; ono lot of Men's HeavA Pants, 75c per pair; one lot of Men's Heavy Winter Suit3, 83 50, worth 86; ono lot Boys' Wool Vesta 2uc, worth 75c and 81; Jeans Pinta,90c, 81, 81.25, 81.50 and 81.75. We have a great manyjob3 in Clothing that you can't match for double the money. Overcoats all qualities. In this department we have met with unprecedented sucee&s. Men's good, heavy Shoes, 90c, worth 81.25; Mea'a FinoShoe9 81.23, 81.50, 81.75, worth 81.50, 82 and 82.50 elsewhere; one lot Men's Fine Boot?, 81.50; Ladies' extra good Winter Shoes 81 per pair, worth 81.35; Ladies' Fine Shoes, 81 25, SI. 50 and 81.75, worth from 50c to 75c per pair more; Ladies' Fine Button Shoes 81.25, 81.50 and 81.75; LadieV Custom mado 8175, 82.25, 82.50, 82.85 and 83; every pair warranted; ono lot Ladies' House Slippers, 20o per pair. You will have no troublo with buttons coming off, as we always put on patent buttons free of charge. Wo have an olegant line of Winter Boots for Men and Bays at prices that aro readily couceded to bo below all competition. Boys' Boots at 75c, 81, 81.25, 81.50 and S1.75; Men's full stock 82. S2.25, 82.50, 82.75, 83 and 83.50, nnd wo know them to bo a great deal under reguCalf Box Too Boots 83.90, sold everywhere at S3. When you want a pair of Boots lar pricee. Men's Custom-madall we say is bo sure to 6co us before you buy. or Shoes e irc, .OOOTS jw0"X S-EaiCXEJEi. 3EcA.ars Wool 15c each; ono lot Men's Wool In this department we have no competitios whatever. One lot Hats 23c each; ono lot Boys' Stiff Hats 60c, worth 81; one lot Men's Fur Hats 75c, worth S1.50; one lot Men's Nobby Hats 81.25, worth S2.23; ono lot Men's Stifl Hats, SI, worth 82; uue lot Men's StilT Hats 81.50, worth 82.50; ono lot Men's Planter Hats SI. 50, worth 82 23; one lot Men's Winter Caps 23c, worth 73c; ono lot Men's Fino Cloth Cap s 33c, worth 73c; one lot Boys' Polo Caps 13c aud 20c, worth double, ararc cj5lps Bjys Hats A FEW SPECIALTIES FltOM RECENT NEW YORK AUCTION SALES. One lot Men's Unlaundored Shirts, xoinforced Front Linen Bosom, 65c, real value 81; one lot Men's Laundered Shirts 35c, worth 75c; ono lot Men's Custom Laundered Shirts, slightly soiled, 73c. worjh from 81 to 81.50; ono lot Ladies' Fino Dolmans S3 each, worth S 10; oue lot extra quality Ladies' Jersey Waists, 81.50, worth 82.50; one lot Child's Wool Gloves 10c, worth 23c; 000 lot colored Bed Blankets 23 ceuts each; one lot Ornaments, Fringes, Dress and Cloak Trimmings nt your own price. Bio Bakoains is LVrrLU Things. Ono lot colored Machine Thread, fivo spools for 10c, warranted good as Clark t; good Pins, J papers lor J( Jc; Children s bancy Colored Hose c per pair; Mens lieavy Uotton bocks 5c per pair; Men's Fancy Socks, regular made, 20c or 0 pairs for SI, worth 40c per pair; Boys' Suspenders 10c or 3 paira lor 23c. worth 15c per pair. Meu'i oxtra quality Suspenders 25c per pair, worth 40c; one lot Men's Scarf Ties 5c each, worth 25c; Black Rubber Cord 12 yards for 10c; good BlackinL', 2 boxes for fivo cents, worth fivo cents fivo cents each; per box; French Blucking five cents per box, worth ten; one lot lancy Ihnlcred Handkerchiefs on box (12 cakes) Toilet Soap for ton cents; Crochet Needles two for fivo coats; Biys' Linen Collars fivo cents each cents; Men's Linon Collars ton cents each or three f jr twenty fivo cents; Ladies' Laco Collars or six for twenty-fivthirty-fiveforty nnd fifty cent; ouo lot Ladies' good quality Linen Collars at five, ten, fifteen, twenty, twenty-five- , (slightly soiled) four for twenty fivo cents; Ladies Black and Tn Hand Bgs, twenty fivo ceuts, worth fifty; one seventy-fivcents each, worth ono dollar and fifty cents; 12 dozou Shirt lot extra fine Russian Leather Pocket-book- s Bullous for fivo ceuts; five packages Hair Pins for five cents, nnd nn endless varioty of other liitlo thing too numerous to mention. Our Fall shapes in Hats for Lidies and Misses have commenced to como in and tho regular dealers' prices nro in many cases cut square in two. Plumes, Feathors, Tips, Flowers, Ribbona and everything for trimming at ruinous prices. BIG ASS0RTMFNT! PRICES LOW.' TRUNKS AND VALISES ! Notwithstanding these goods were bought so low, we can not afford to keep thorn in storo to look at, but have marked prices on them that will guarantee them to go out with a rush.within tho next fow weeks. Wo havo a great many bargains that we do not mention for waut of timo and space, but invito all to call. Wc will take pleasure in showing you around whether you intoud to purchaso or not. Wo catno horo to do a husiuess aud intend doiug it, let the consequences bo what thoy may. Everything marked in plain figures nnd no goods sold on crodit to uny one. 3 o , e g d s, Main ., St, T?a Oridnators and Promotors of Low Prices, St. Asaph Hotel Building, L, POWER Q? $piH STANF0ED, KY. N. B. By buying a small bill of us you can Bavo enough to pay your railroad faro both ways for a distance of 10 to 20 mile9. Bring this bill with you as wo advertise nothing bul facts. h NffnRHnwmm It ia a pity to spoil a nice item, but the truth must be told if it shames the devil. An item has bo:n going the ronnda and Stanford, Ky., October 24, 1884 this paper assisted in its travels, to the fect that Mrs. II. D. Huntington, of eftl, IRiIE had bequeathed $300,0000 to the Episcopal church. She did leave a will naming that sum, but the poor old woman additional batch of "My dear Mr. was a crank and had nothing to bequeath. An Firlier" lellei. written by Mr. Blaine, is The news comes that President Arthur, giTtn to the public and they ebovr even our dude chief msjestrate, is to marry Miss etroi-gethan cier the base methods of Tillie Freylinghusen, daughter of the Secthat unworthy person. It will be remem- retary, early in January. Misj F. is an bered that while Mr. Blaine waa undergo old maid of 30 and is described as tall and ing trial before the U. S. CongreM on the slender. We'll bet she has cold feet and chnrres ccntcrrtd In hie letter?, he waa when she will dig them into the fat Bides of stricken down one Sunday just aa he itep- - old Cbet, he'll shiver like an icicle had ped from a church at Washington and it struck him amidships. wao telegraphed all over the country that The Chicago Scut wye: Somebody threw the great and good man had eutTered a c- a spoon on the platform where Gen. Butler It was believed by many vero was speaking in Fniladelphls. He did not then and the belief ia confirmed now, that put it in hia pocket. It was tin. o that Mr. Blaino w Bimply porsum-imr- , the investigation would be suspended. It AOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. had the deeircJ effect for it waa suspended -- John II. Evans, member of Congress mnd no further action taken in the matter. from South Carolina, died at Sparta nsburg. That he was anxious to compromire with The prisoners In the penitentiary Mr- - Fisher his urgent letters written while prove, are spending their ti me in idleness and his alleged sick-beprostrated on fun. Sor such italicized expressions occur as "I Chairman Manning siys Cleveland's want to tee you on important business. majority will be at least 50,000 in New Come directly to my hoiue. Come this York. if possible." In week. Come Gen. Fremont is assisting Blaine in another letter he begs him to come Mon- Michigan. Blaine assisted him In his railday and tells him how he can come and re- road schemes in 18G9. turn without losing any time, but he adde: Ten thousand people are thrown out of "Dcn't letany human being except jour employment by the shutting down of the HON. IV. 8. TtOUXG. wife know that you are coming down. But Mills at Fall River, Mass. M. ... anfhnrlrftil In Jtnnoillirfl thfl Hon, W. B. do not fail to come whatever you do, do The Democratic Congressional Com Youiu, ot Laurel county, Candidate to represent I havejustopencd on Dpot street a lullllneof. the 8th CoDCTMilonM District, as a member of the fail. You will regret' It if you don't mittee has sent out over two million docu State Board or Equalisation, snbject tome acucn Stanlcand l'ancy (liocerlcs that Iwlll sell low for not cash orrountrr prolnce. I am also agent for the. of the Democratic party. come." In the last of the letters given he ments during the present campaign. HtanTord Wooleu Mills Yams ami fc'ianuols, el rail I which 1 always keep a full stock. Giro me writtB as follows, July 2d, 1S7C: "If you Oat of twenty-tou- r papers published in I and sare money. J'. 1. JIA'lTtXtS t.Y, MS-when this reaches you, I New York, eighteen support Cleveland, Manford, Ky. have not started pray you leave for Augusta at once. I am three Blaine, two Butler, and St. John-one- . ITaTlns secured rooms at Mr. H. O. Alford'a. I very pick, but I know what I am talking COMMERCIAL The town of Carthage, N. Y., waa near- am prepared loserrethe lidlca in the Veil style and at about, and it is largely for your take that J ly destrowed by fire. Two hundred houses and other kinds of sewing Ina ihare ot yeur patron- reasonable rates. Policltlog KY. daire to tee you and to see you at once. Don't me burned, involving a loss af about age.l.m.re.ruUr. Kttt.A SHII.KY, I tiT rented the abort centrally located Hotel, delay; it may be too late. Don't refuse a Stanford, Ivy. n and will use erery eflort toglre entire satisfaction sick man." Could anything be mere ab Mrs. Ea:ott, wife of Mr. James V. to the public. Neal,col rooms; excellent tible; ject and pitiful than, "Don't refuse a sick and sister of Mr. W. N, Haldeman, cheap rates. Glretne acall. 292-l.r. Jt. CI, AllH. & man," and yet it ia there over the brave and died at the family residence in Louisville i plumed knight's signature, lie wanted to Tuesday. running our mill for Carding and Spinning and on his get hold of his damning letters HAUTE ! Gov. Knott hss named Nov.t21 aa the We are good, work. Wool can he sent by tupre-doing knees in the very duet of humiliation ho day for the execution of Jobn Bush, the and and returned aame war; pack grease aecuia-l- y to ui I hare been piolntel sent for the sal of the In bundle. Carding white rolli, S ctt., black Can the American people debase netro murderer of Miss Annie Vanmcter and mixed. 10 ct;.. per pound when begs. farm of Mrs. rr.tbef llltiio and heirs, rontalnlna ' " Is ol a mile from Huitontllie when we furnish It. Send on ISO Acren, lying 2 cents aided themselves by elevating such a cringing, in Fayette county, on the Liberty 1'lkeaud I hereby offer It prirateyour wool and git. u. , a trial. ly It has a good dwelling-homcreature to the highcowardly and corrupt Vanderbllt has presented the .New t, " 'Mr:;"z ?. 1 i ! and S rooms, besides the neccuarr ot two stories . Mltchellsourg, 270- - 1m est office in their gift? Surgeons It Is well watered and Is cood. rich land worth lork College of Physicians and much more than Is asked for It. pauLKaa in- with the snug sum of $500,000 to be added Apply to m lor further particulars. Pbhudent J. Stoddard Johnston has the building fund. XI. T. Jl IS II, 8tanfonl. Ky. I 287 S'itn perfected arrangements for a presa excurDrugs, Books, Stationery and Tammany Hall ratified the nomina. sion to the city of Mexico, thence returni. ranuy arucies. puic 'SXcs College. I offer for sale prlrately my 1farm, near the Mt. imiw. ing via New Orleans, providing forty bona tions of Cleveland and Hendricks. The rvttr.'. Mill ntke. mill) west of street demonstration was one of the largest Halem Lincoln county, containing Fbyslclans' pn script Ions accurately eeaiUBded. fide newt paper men respond in reason, sig-- u STANFORD, KY. 07H Acres. Thero Is a Urg barn on the plac Also .n.i h. nth.p ImnrnTements Sare fair. It Is well ifying their purpoee to go and accompany ever seen in New York city. 4BBBBSSfSSBBBIkatwSw M.ffS A ......I .n.i f.nrMl. h.YA seres In tobscco and imprisonment, During his ten years of deposit of $G0. Trip ..Tjur ing the eame with a 4Uat LasMassHsri is.r.. lnrorn that I will sell either with the which explied Monday, the notorious rrm nr nnt. aiithe Durchaser desires Terms lib With a Full Corps of Teachers, to be made in Pullman coaches and leave Mt. It". ItVXr pouada in eral. Call on or addresi This Institution will open Its Fifteenth Session 51 1. raletn, Ky Louisville Monday, Nov. 17, at 8 r, si. Tichbsrne claimant liet 112 28l.2m The Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, on the 1st Monday In September neat. weight; but he still weighs, 202 pounds. via St. Louis, Dallas, Fort Worth, Abilene, Jewelry and Silverwaro Tnree men were precipitated into a ALL THE BIUNCHEa OK A with short stappages at each. Arrive at hTirbrwighl to this market Triers Lower than coke oven, heated to a white heat, at El Paso 24.h, City of Mexico 28lh, stopthe Lof .; Wat. hw. I locks au 1 Jewelry lie- THOROUGH ENGMSHC0URSE W. Va , and completely burned to paired on aboil notlcn and Wirmite.1 ping one day at the city of Leon, Mexico UaTlng determined to change my business, I taught, aa well aa of Mexico four days. Re- ashes. The top of the oven caved in with Are Remain in City ofler lor sale (prirately) my Saw Mill, situated on turning, arrive in El Paso December 4, them. Brush Creek, in Casey county, Ky. The tngine M.DHIC. TIIB IiANOUAQKS. SHAW. Coun-tc- r Geo. M. Bedford, a prominent farmer la stationary; Holler 40x21; Kuglne 10x20: San Antonio Glh and New Orleans 0th. INO AND PAINTING. Shalt 2H!cct. Edging Saw and (trill Mill atbreeder cf Bourbon county, tached. The prof erty Is n and short-hor- n and Remain in New Orleans, taking in the 111 the World's Exposition four days and ar- made an assignment of all his property. Good IliniiiiiiR Order. rive in Louisville December 17. Notifica- Liabilities about $S 0,000. Assets of near Timber plenty and accessible. I would be willing In Tuition, prices range from 26 to t&O In to exchange lor good farm Block, such as Mules, regular Departments. Primary, f Intcrmed to! 2V tion of purpose to go with deposit to bo the same amount. Horses, Cattle, Ac. 30; Preparatojy, (40. and Uolfeglato, tM), J. R. Dorset, the postmaster at Alpine, Persona wishing to crgsge In the lumber busifurnished him on or before November o. Ga., and a woman named Jane Wade were ness will find a good opening by applying to UnUbblDID HUU PHUUGEUTiSTS, The SCO deposit is estimated to cover For full partlcu'ars, as to Board. Ac addrosi JICGJl iiO(A?f Uustonillle, Ky. CenMIIN. N. C. Tltl'r.ltKAKT, 1'rllicliml, 2Mf of rationing, subject to further as- hanged by a mob on the same rope at Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, sessment, if necessary, and will be teturned ter, Ala., for the murder of Mrs. Mary Davis, niece of Dorsey. in caee excursion from any cause should DKAIiKUH i:v- Robert Clark, of Shelby county, shot not etart. I)riii;M, WlllOM, Wall Paper, MiiMlral and killed Elijah Kirk in Franklin county, DRUGGIST, 11 finical., llOOKH, I, I (in or This notlro forewarns hunters, fishermen and All the papers are now giving lablts of Tuesday. Kirk had charged Clark with IiiMfritpiticiifM, trampanotto treepasa on our lands without perStationery, CiKiarH. the electoral vote to show how the result starling slanderous reports on the female HTJSTONVILLE, - Pocket mission, as all such acta are llabUsto be procccuted OIIm, rSoapM, Tobacco. to the fnll extentef the law. Cutlery, Cleve members of his family. will be on the 4th of November. IjlllllpM, HUnljrd, Ky March 17th, I5SI. (Signed. I'eri'nmerj", n Lively Summer Fire AriiiH, Is Frepariug for llachln (lusAW.M.McConnack. D. McKlttrlck land baa the 163 votes of the South dead Trade. Milton Wyatt and James Wyatt have INecrilcfl. II. T. Hush, A. W. Carpenter, our Jonclrj, MlvenTnro and Optical (Joods lienartniont In In Clinrtm aure, to start on, which leaves him just 48 been arrested in Missouri and will be reF. lleld, a lllshop, Tlio,. lilrl.ar.li., nl.o ulll Ilcpnlr vntcl.es nnd Clocks lTomptl usually found It. Cobb, of Ifl Hubble, votes from the nomination, which requires turned to this State. They are wanted in UI lineIn agoods, in erery Tarlety kind, is Hlggins Kelly, Y. D. lthodos, House of tlm V'. C. SUCorioacr, large and complete. 201 votes. To obtain the necessary 48 he Madison county for the killing of Cyrus H.ll.A J. K.l.orer, M. 11. Lytle. J. L. Carter has only to carry New York with her 30 Young last February. J.W.Weatherlord, J. Hill, Judicious Alterations in the Internal Ar- T. Vanoy, C. Win. Iturton, vote?, and there is hardly an doubt that rangements Secure Boom Comfort A stage driver has just been awarded J. A. Harris, J. a. Murphy, V. W. Carter, .I.M.Hill, and Better Display, he will, and Indiana with her 15, to secure SG30 damages against a Woodford county !. Carter, J. II. McAIIstcr, D more than a majority. Besides the votes of turnpike because of the failure of the comT. J. Fosur, Particular attention Is called to J. U.Jones, T. M. White, J. Q Montgomery 0 and Connecticut G are almost New Jersey embank- A Large and Elegant Addition to the II. 10. Marcum, pany to keep a railing along an O. A. Iknedict, W. - Ainon M.T. lluittll, certain to go democratic. The democracy ment, down which the vehicle overturned. II. J. Danl. Stock of Jewelry, A. I). Newland, can win with two of the Slates about which O liens. A.C. Newland. b. W. Letcher county was awarded the preAND And articles o vcrtu. lrr) there is any doubt, but the republicans will mium at the Exposition for the superiority have to carry every doubtful Stale to re of its display over all the counties, and ! cure a majority. It eeema to us that we Madison got one for having the finest hU- A Full mill coiuplctu iiKsortiueiu of FiiriiMtirc, are bound to win this time. torlral display. The great show closes to-- 1 ciiihraclne CT erytliliiKfroiii Hie t'lioapt'Ht to the Fluent Parlnr ,.i A'o old sinner who runs tLe morrow. TnE need to ko to Hie cIIIcm to iiiako your purcliiiHCH, no is filling a eeHon. nmtter "Among our Country CousinB," column in what quaiitllyor quality you want, an I can the Louisville Times, which the same is a rie of appointments to speak in Illinois any ptiecN 3011 can obtain elHetrhcrc, frelRlit and uill (lupllcate liolni; A1m party by the name of Johnson, read our and Wisconsin by invitation of the demo! a full assorlmeitt of CoUIun, ... C'acen. NliroudN ami IIoImm . ..... item about the big catch of coons and cratic committees of the two States. His Liuirrno 1.... ..si tt.,. i iii i.K, imiiii sin-uis. smacking his mouth resolved at once to list of meetings embraces Chicago, Milwau opposite rSt.ANaph Hotel, Ntanlortl,aim expeiiHlvc. IVaro roaina Ky. come up and help eat them. We knew we kee, Racine and Madison. In IS 10 the number of gallons of li- I am now oponing in tho Btoro room noxt to W. H. Iligglns a now could fetch him. A man alwayB has a TAYLOrTS. .oPtR tJrtc-i- quor consumed in the United Slates was hankering for what he waa raised on and and frosh stock ot )w Co. That is, is the list man to go back on his first 71,000,000; in 1880, 055,000,000. ?AMJD Polk love. Come ahead old fellow, your meat while the population has only trebled dur4 WXXVT M CHAMBSRSnURG, PA. ing the last forty years, the consumption will ''spile" if you don't hurry. ssSa&. 1 Five Awards at the Lonisvillo Exposi of liquor has increased by almost tention in 1883. Tub good nork goes bravely on. The fold. .... tJtllCTn.iB . .. n 10 nan I The New York ll'orfrf makes a hit in a Mother Hubbard is doomed and in the saw Mj'.T i.HKuirs iroiii .to mirso .iner. .. from vi ' As. OCn to Hie Urgeit slandard alaes. Portable Corn language of the illustrious Dana, when re- cartoon representing Gen. Butler in the ??.. mum irnniiiiiAOiiiii-arolliiJIllIHtone Co., tlio i best Mills in Die world for making meal for table ferring to another subject, it rnuBt go. An guise of an exceedingly dilapidated mendiSluL use. Wrltu fjr prltei. AiUrees order has been issued in the great cily of cant, begging political alms, but owing to 1 Chicago forbidding females to appear on his optical infirmities all contributions fall JEO. Which I offer to tho public at Low Prices. Givo mo 0. trial. the streets in them and one bold had wo- unperceived through his crownless hat into P. IIA.MTON, OKSKItALAOT., V man has been fined $10 for disobeying the tbo hand of Mr. Blaine, who has crawled r ' lev .. t" Travollnu Amt. C(icn srri.cAiioa Btakfobd, Kv order. Let the good work go on till it be- on "all fours" between the General's legs. come u National isaue and a penitentiary City, yesterday, Jennie In Kansas offense for a woman to wear one even in Smith attacked Matt. Smith with a knife her own boudoir. and "litcrilly cut his heart in twain." As 181,11 && The Brooklvn Union (Hep.) says: "Tha evidence of the conscientious accuracy of AM)result of the elections In Ohio and West the Associated Prees, the report adds that "Smith died without making any stateVirginia has caused a surprising large ment." This was an inexcusable omission of the membership of tbo IndependMen who have hereto- on the part Smith, but he probably didn't DEALER IN ent Republicans. A Large Stock ofthe follouliif; fore been reluctant to openly express their have the heart to give Jennie away. Hardware, Home NlioeH, Groceries, tJaddlcH, opinion of Biainc have now come forth in Times. NnllH, lueeiiMware, IIiiRRy Wltlpn, Iron, large numbers and asked for enrollment in ' Don't Feel Like Work." Cane Mills, IJuBKy Wheels, SIovch, Baker Grain Drills, Buckeye Grain Drills, the Independent ranks." It makes nodiiTerence what business you aro en- Older MIUh, Lap Covern, Oral cm, Spokes, giged in: wbctber you are a preacher, a merchant, McSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, Tammany ratified the nomination of a mechanic, a Htonoware, Corn NhellerH, Collars, IClius, lawyer or a common laborer, you week in the can't do your work Cleveland and Hendticks this Knlanmzoo Harrowa well while you are hall sick. Champion Sulkj Flows, Ohamnion Steel Beam Plows, jrandwt style imaginable. It is pretty Thousands try to, but all In iraln. How much Olivor Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and Cider Mill?, Cone Mills, Oano Mills, Evaporators, Feed Ontters, late and in this case wo can hardly add that better to keep your organs lu good order by takCast Pumps, and tho Celobrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roofing I'arker'i Tonic when you feel " mile BuRBiOB, Carringos, Surroys, Spring Wagons, Farm WngopB, &q. it is better to than neyer. We would like sorts." It would bo money In your pocket. out ol ing and Guttering will havo prompt attention. Ono A few .Viillucniiil FurHt mid Ilradley Sulhy to get along without any asecstance what-cv- hour ofgo:d,rJfttlng health Is woilli balfa dor-e- n HiUenmen PiowNtit Lchh than Johtt jir(Ui,t, Jr. hours full of languor and pain. ,'OHt tO ClOSC OUt. from the Kslly crowd. A.IDT Jam SK3 ebLssi J W. P. "WALTON. We have moved to OUR IffXSW ROOM with a 3VEW of Goods and in future shall confine ourselves exclusively to Ton STOCK r eun-strok- e. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES & HATS. GEORUE H, BEUCE & CO. .G . d As there is a growing" demand for CrOOD GOODS, we have bought the BEST BRANDS in the market, and those in search of a supe rior quality should call on us. New Store! jExTj sJfcrXjJSST". I16ESS 292-li- MAKING Dress-Maki- HOTEL! 8TANPOUI), Es-co- tt Wool Carding Spinning u I have received and am still receiving New Goods for Fall and Winter, comprising the best in the market which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley m FARM FOK e TATI5 -- PHARMACISTS, a PENNY rf mM) 3atw iXww ". rw lilw7ssi FJlRM: FOB SAIiE . Tost-offlc- e, T Hua-..ii- Stanford Female JEWELERS. Tun-nelto- n, Saw MillFor Sale! TERMS MODEKATE. SWTAGG G.F. Peacock TnE first-class POSTESU Opora House Block, l'uliit, Stanford, Ky., KY., -- orr! m. M WR&wm. UNDERTAKER, lare j Dealer- in !Fiiviiituie bill-heade- d Henry-Watterso- NEW STORE! oicaL NEW DRUGS! Drussist .. sssWbsf nl!el. p Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries, Paints, Oils. Varnishes- Staiionei?3r- Fancy a&a-Articles, &c, t? ! Taylor Manufacturing rgpe 1 Si I.WEAItK, XI. Wll H II .& H sR COMMISSION MERCANT -- 3:ABrJj,ACTJRElts, agent. Harness ei Um tWjHF " I FIT II I II II HH mtt2MfktMVltAW0ffpKVtTtttnM9V3tfrtfUJ 4 fr i i Death of Hon. Lto Hoyden, Hon. Leo Haypen who haa been FitEflH Fihii alwaya ou hand. J. T. Harris. The new through schedule of the K. C, gradually growing weaker for a long time, He has wan thought to be dying yesterday. is given on our fourth page. Octobor 24, 1884 HtauforJ, Kfr, FtNEMr Pickle ever nmUo, nt T. 11, Walbeen educed almost to a mere skeleton and ton's. Nictt Biiady wa fined $10 for dliorderly look little like he did h few vests ago. Sixteen pounds light C. or new crop conduct by the police Court Tuesday. Latku. He died about 8.30 last night, l. AN. LOCAL TIME CARD. N. O. sugar for $1. at Crlifht Currnn'." There is still a pistol cte against him. aged 73 years. A full history of his life 12 45 r. u. Mall train going norths...... m will be given in our next. .. ' Houlh 164 p.m. Ma. Jonii Cannon and Mir Isabel! Please call at Bright & Curran's where Ex dim I ml 11" Houth..,. 114 A.M. " Norh " a.m. Corn were marrlel Wednesday at Mr. Mart our book are kept and settle your coal ac Its DANHLLE, BOTLE COUNTY. The iltore It calculated on stan dard time. Holar Smith' near McKinney. count. We need the money. I. M. Bruce. Major I P. McGrorty left Tuesday .. time I about 20 tutnulos faatar Juht in. A big line of Heating Stove An ice cream supper by the little McEI- - evening for Darning, New Mexico, where LOCAL NOTICES. and Urate and "cheaper than the cheap- roy gleaner at Mrs. M. L. Bourne' to- he will probably spend the winter. Buy your nchool boolta from Tnte & est," at Bright & Curran's. Mr. W. II. Robinson, after & very suc night, Icecream or sherbet and cake 25 enny. cessful season with bin fine horses, hai turncents. s HnAiKiUAU-mifor rchool books at Wk want all those Indebted to us for county. ASUcr'i. Dead load of excursionists from the ed them on pasture in Garrard meat, coat And lumber to come and pay 111 Mr. H.T.Noel expecla to lcavo next NKtrnXidiM of ready mixed paJnta for now at we need tho money to buy hogs. Blchmcud Branch will avail themselvci of wtek for Ohio to buy some Holslien cattle tprlng trale at Moltobcrta A Btagg'a. $1 )0 rale to Louisville and back Williams A Ramsey. to add to hla already fine herd of that breed. Watoiirs and Jewelry repaired on abort The routo is via Lexington. notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. Tiik (leorgia Minstrel are under the The sheriff of Boyle county summonA coMrr.rrrK Mock of jewelry, latent management of respectable while men and Cloaks, Cloaks, Clonk, New Market, ed on Wedneeday twenty citizens of Boyle ityle. Itnokfonl watchea a specialty. Tate no lady need fear of having her modesty New Mnrkets, New Markets, Russian Cir- entirely lo go to Somenet to act as jurors & Penny, by any vulgarity on tho stage. culars, Russian Circulars, Russian Cir- in the case of James Liy, charged with Douni.K and pinple barrel (hot guna shocked . Hayden's, Hayden's, HavdenV, murder. ranfjln? from S3 to $100. Alan aramtini-tloWi:aro moving our atock to tho new culars, at " of all kind at McKoberia & BlagR. L. Christine Eogteman, a tittle daughranging in prices Irom $ to $25 atore room two door above, where our ter of Mr. J. II. Engleman, died Tpesday and other will find in in the future, RELIGIOUS. PERSONAL evening afler a protruded Bices which bewitii the best goods for the lowest prices. Juikie J. M. 1'iiii.MiM went to LouiK' Rev. I. S. McKlroy will preaohat Cof- gan with ilux and ended with typhoid fever. Warren A Melcalf. fey's school house next 8abbath afternoon The funeral occurred Thursday evening. tille yeaterday. being built at at 3 o'clock. A LAitoE brick vault V. Vs. Vaiinon, Ekj., ia back from a Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge, of Lexingthe cemetery a a temporary repository for legal vlflt to Loularille. Rev. K, P. Aldred, a prominent Meth- ton, dellveicd a practical rptech at tbe Mu and Miw T. H. Walton went to bodies, which would nlhcrwNe be comptl-te- d odist minister of Charlestown, Md ha Opeia House Wednesday night which was The been suspended from the Confcreccs for se- characterized by tbe elegance and ability to be hilritftl in bid Louiafille Wednesday. Koirr. HAir. la learning tlio bank need of It hna bren felt nn many ocoaaion. duction. which mark all tbe efforts of that gentleing buine In the Farmer National. Rev. J. R. James, Bsisted In the lat- man. He spoke about two hours and was 1'ntrr.MAKTEU B. O. Alford ha sold to Miw.Ueo. H. Hiiuok returned with Petor Slraub his house and lot for $2,000. ter part by Rev, R. R. Noel, has just cloa listened to witli the closeil attention. Miw Kate Kdelcn to ber home In Boyle W. P. Walton sold to the Farmers Nationrd a meeting at Freedom, in Garrard counSeveral young ladies of Danville have Tuesday. organind a "Cooking Club" and have hi store ty, with 31 additions. al Bank yestetday, the portion of Dn. O II. McKoueuto la back from room fronting on Lancaster street, 20x30 Klder Wm. Tharp and B. II. Cox, of invitation to the first meeting to be the wild Wfnt and will return na noon an he feet, for $1,7C0. The bank will at or.ee Middletown, Ky., will commence a meeting held Fiiday evening. An ungrateful can fit up hla builnma at Liberty. at Mt. Xenia school houe on Monday young man who received one of the invita proceed to fit up an elegant directors' room. Mil. B G Aiim night, Oct. 27th. All are invited to at- tions remarked that there would be a great represented tho Ciiicuit Court waa in srssion when Joe tend. Stanford Maaonic Ijodge at the Meeting of many premature deaths for the first few Hughe got to Taylor county and being the Grand Lodge thin week in LouiTille. Rev. Geo. II. Gould, former President years of the cooking. Iter, ami Miw. K. B. Mahonv left Immediately called llK)ti to answer an in- of the Millersburg College, haa been susMr. Elijah Dsvine and Miss Martha Ttiwday for Tltnmonaville. g. C, Dr. Pen- dictment for horse stealing he plead guil- pended from the Methodist ministry for Hatcher obtained license to marrv on the ny baring ImproTed aufliciently to enable ty and waa given three yen in the pen! conduct unbecoming a minister of the cos-tie- ), 1st inst., and Mr. J. D. Tillett and Miss E. tentiary, which make six he ha to serve' them to do o. which the same is said to be cruel G. Moore and Mr. Wm. L Hayden and Mum. J. V Bout left for MlMourl by By that time probibly he will have decided treatment of his wife and profanity. Mi Rate Hooper on the 25th. In the tbeK. C, yeaterday, to Ml her mother to become a better man and do nothing cae of the first named couple Mr. Divine LAND, STOCK AND CROP. and brother there. Mlt Mattle Huffman, further to disgrace a respectable family. was not over 10 years old and the lady, of Lancaster, wm to acoompany her. W. L, Dawson sold to Claries Orman we hope she will pirdon us and out inTwa Mrs Kii.i.ku. -- Monday night a formants about the court house) was at L. ft N. killed a drunken man a lot of yearling cattle at $2S. train on the LOCAL MATTERS. Foil Sale A pair of extra fine work least three times that old. named Dean near Williamsburg and Tuc mules. John Bright, Stanford. Clrr your hata from limes ft Co. day night the South hound cxprw manThe voting population of the United Henry Baughman bought of B. F. gled the b jdy of William B irber, son of the States is aout 11,000.000 SlKiAiw rery lo at T. R. Walton'. Doctor, almost beyond recognition. The Coo m tr 100 btnela of corn at the hear) at A dastardly attempt waa made to Coal Vxrrx, coal hod a, Ac, at T. R. leg and armi were torn from the trunk, $2 2fi. Sli rout's tobacco barn near Mt. wreck the train bearing Gen. Logan, near J. II. Walton' the skull emitted in and except for a part of Sterling was burned Monday night. Lor Knoxvillr, III., yesterday. was not ditfigured, no one the face, which Snow fell in various parts nf Ontario A Full lot of Zeigler Droa'.Shoe juatre 53,000. could have told who it was, this morning, At Bruels there wete lix ceUed atS. H. Bhanka'. Beside Maud 8 Phailas, SiirmiT J. W. Comb, of Perry, arrived and Cse' whole string of trotters will win inches. It is still snowing. Tnr. thermometer it li5 degree thi here yesterday with Abncr Kvemole, chargA dirgraceful dog fight came off on the ter at Lexington. morning, 7 below fretting. In liana side near Louisville Tuesday, in ed with the murder of Rebecca Baker, The first rain which has fallen in the LouisWAKTrn, Qve bacriln of corn dellyered which occurred some three weeka ago, and Petersburg. Va , section for more tbaneight which a Cincinnati dog killed his ville antagonist. It waa one of the most Henderson Bush, charged with grand lar- weeks fell last uight. in Stanford. Apply at thi office. ceny, and turned them over to the jailer for Mrs. Jamea Dudderar, of this county, cruel exhibition ever witnessed, but the II. C. KlTi.r.Y, the merchant tailor, haa safe keeping 'till the next term of the court boasts that (he rold $2 pounds of butter sports enjoyed it. About $10,OCO in bet on hand a rery fine line, of auiticgi. Call were en the result. In that county. Nearly all the mountain from four cows last month. at once and examine, counties within rexch of the Knoxville Mu J. L. Cooak bought this week of How Ht Cot a Position. Mu. I) Ki.ah, ha rented the dwelling L'ritich use our jail now, and while it is a Jno.O. Rogers 3,000 bushel of wheat at "I applied fur a petition In n tanking bout In adrerlhed by Mr. J. II. Craig, and the up. big thing to the jailer, tho pay of rflicctw 07 J cents. Wall itreet ilx uionthi ago, and although I pror-c- d Midway Clipper. my couiiteccy they would not take me. 1 had poition ia that he i going to marry. and guard transferring the prisoner hack Mr. J. W. Spalding bought of Mr. leea down un my luck and looked old and ahaltif. and forth must cost the Stale heivily. It Ben Spildiog, of Lincoln, a shoit-hor- n bull An Idea struck me. I got up a oeT growth of hair Tiik (ieorgia Mlnatrela are the greatest tskea three day to come through from Lebanon with l'urkci'n Hair Caltam, raised a decent tutt ol oalf, six months olJ, for IjIOO. fun maker on tbo road. S:c them Turn, Perry. clothe, applied again, and they took toe in a minStandard. day night next at the Opera IIoue. So Jo. II.McAlister sold to Bohon and ute." ia writes a cleik with K.COO ralary. a Tho A pretty good crowd was present at the ni cattle at 5 cents. Same moral (lain. I'arker'allalr Balsam gives perANOTitr.11 ehipment of Buell'a Congtessional aspirants, Stayg 21 lead famou debate between tho son a new face. M water proof Boot and Shoe for men wo- Hon. Jis. B. McCrtary and Capt bought of Johnson, of Boyle, 20 good feedmen and children expected to day. Bruce Sebastian, at thi place, Tuesday, many ers at 5 cents. SEW AIITERTISEMESTS. A Co. At a sale of Government pioperty at coming to ice what manner of man was he bom the republican bed put up to he Harper' Ferry, ths Polemic water power Tut: fjimouj CSeorgtn MinMraU, oompofwl STOLEN! knocked down. He la a much belter look- was sold for $25,100 and the Sbehandoah of colored artiat. will exhibit at the .Stanbeing water power for $8,100. ford Opera Ilouae next Tueday night, Oil. ing man than we expected to rce, Krtiru Hustontllle, on tho n'ght of October 17tb, Foil Salk. Four pairs of good horses, an IKON OKLY HOBbE, 15i hands high, three large and commanding in appearance and Ad miw ion aa usual. -- Sth. pjars old next h'prltg noaj corered with small the direct oppoiito of the "iilllo red pig." two pair fine mule and a lot of dry and warts. I will glT a suitable- reward for bis dcllT. Two error crept into our notice of the It wa his time to lead in the discussion and milch cowe. Stock can bo seen at R. R. ery to me at Mlddleburg, Ky., or for any information leading to bis lerorerT. accidental killing of Mr. Montgomery he beg" by rajInR that the Uo great ques- Gentry's. F.J.Campbell. J, I MV8 CTsOVD, Ky. Mlddleburg, SCfi.Jt Lytic, ile left only one child, and waa tion which had induced him to come forth Lehman Bros, shipped from here and 0.') years of nge at hla Iat birth day. but from his retreat woe. "Protection to labor Lancaster Wednesday a train load of cat aud the education of all the children in tle to co direct to Euiopr. Thin is the first All peraona indebted to the late firm of went over the usual through shipment from here. Penny A McAlitler will nave coats by pay- the land." He then Some New England Yankee ha republican gtound in favor of protection DAY OP 1 .IllouSTlltDAYTIIElST ing the fame betwreu now and the 20th of ami tried to show that the hich tarrff had brought out a bill against hi neighbor for lt64, ns executor oTRoy Btwart deed, Xoyember. I mean all. Oeo. McAUitcr. nn iIim nr.inlin. rent Ihfi turn on which Allen caused labor to be better paid in this coun- rent of a bee pasture, which is fully as bad Ilesrley now lliea lUfinlles from ntanlord on tb HtistonTllle Anoth Eli alight rain and a cold wae try than anywhere ou tLo globe. Although aa Msj. Stigall charging and attempting to Btewart deed,pike, beioDglnc to the estate of Boyn rontalnlog about 155 acres posaes-alohaTe varird the performance of the weather admitting that it waa unconstitutional he collect for the service of hia rooster. January 1RSJ. Wheat sowtd. Parglren Georgetown Cooht. About COO cat- ticulars uiad known on davots.renting. aince lat iue. Ice formrd to the thick-n- e waa tor the Blair bill to aid education, bemriivnv, L'i 'or. It. Stewart. of a window pin yetierday in aonie cause tie will of the people was greater tle on sale, at prices ranging from $3 75 place. than that time honored document itself. to $1.97 J per cwt. Good horses brought always the talk ishen his inrty fair price'. A large number of suckling This Yr. invite attention to our nw atock of . 3F3L- He mules sold nt from $10 to $S0 per head, ac- CS-(ilajKware and (JiirmnHrarr, new alyle and wihis to over ride the conatituticn. RiraKSK!T3 Mr. cording to quallity. dclgiia. Oini nd Krt unr price and we did not have a great deal to say abuut Corn in the field sold in Warren coun know that we will Te you money. S. S. Blaine and when Gov. McCreary aakid hlui if ho would adopt Blaine's methods if he ty this week at $2 25 to $2.10 per barrel, Loulstllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, & Co. Myera Decker Broa.1. were elected to Congrers he was a dumb aa Yearling mules SCO and McElwain A Crabb Ind.. dealeralnStelnway A Sons',Soim', Baldwin A HnlmV. J. A C Horner, Vow A A J. A IK. 1: ami well selected lot of full and an oyster. Following in his lead the Gov sold to Scroggins & Co , a car load of 111 to Co.'a Cottage, Upright and euuare Piano Forte; winter auila and n grent variety of over ernor showed by the facia ami figures, the 17 hand; four to seven year old mules, for alao the Katey, shonlnger ami Hamilton Organs. Instruments i)ld at prlcca and terms to suit purcoal have juct been received at J. W. Hay-dechasers. Don't giro your orders till you get our effect of the high protective tarill, how it prices ranging from $100 to $200. Daorllle, Ky. prices and terms. which will take the cake in price took from the many to enrich the few utid Wheat h lower in Eigland than it has and quality. Bo auro and give hi atock read from Mr. Hewitt to show that the been in 101 years. Potatoes also are very " nn inKtlon before purchasing. wages of the worklngmen wero less here low. Sugar is so cheap that refined grades At an exhibition sivm by the inmate than in other countries, shen the difler-- e sell at I, rents, the lowest price since 1852, of the Mitxonic Orphans' Home ut Louislice in the prices of articles of oonsump when tho price wa IJ cents. In ISO! the Cnreats, secured, and and Trade-Marand patent causes In ville in honor of tho Grand Ldgo, Master lion was considered. He whs b much for same grade was 10 cents a pound. The all other Courts promptly the Patent OltUaa'teuded and carefully the of the masses as anybody cause of deprcciaton ia the vast increase of Bay Pollard delivered the address of wel the edualion i'pon receipt ol model or sketch ot Inrcntion, I come and Willie Dunn took n prominent could be but there was no constitutional production in European colonies. m iko rareful examination, ajidadWaa ai to free of charge, part in tho progrmmp. At the rale of Jamei Crow yeiterday, Both of llife authority for tho Blair bill, booidiu the I'ffH maitrrate, and I make nn r7m7c matter much bet- one 2 year-olboy nre from this county. States could regulate the Jack brought $770; 1lHl''NHjiit'ilt in Heeltrrd.on Information, application upeclal relerencea aent ter than by Federal Interference. He mode mule $77 50 per head; 1 yearling mule advice and J, Mt. ItMT'i'i'.lilif C. MiLUNiniv. I have just returned from Washington, D. Near V. S. Patent Otnce. a eound, sensible democratic speech wind0; stock nnd fat hogs from 1 to Ij; tho citii'H with n full lino of the latest ing up with a handsome eulogy of our can lieirers $15.50 to $33 50; yearling styles of full and winter millinery and am didates and urging Lincoln to ataud by her steers $3o; milk cow from $25 to $37; a daily receiving new good. I call tho atIn his reply thoroughbred bull calf $51; other short-horn- s color with 400 majority. tention of the Indie to my opening which Capt. Sebastian ciealcd eomewhat of a belonging to R. l. Crow sold at will take place on next Friday and Saturlaugh at his lack of knowledge of public moderate prices; hay $10 per stack; corn day Oct. aist and Nov. 1st. Thanking men and affairs by saying that the Gov. not sold; 100 gallons cf houie-madthem for past patronage I cclioit same. had quoted "Fayette" Hewitt as authority wine sold at $1 30 per gallon. There was a E. H. BUItNSIDE, Prices low. Mrs. Knln Duddernr. and everybody know that "Fayette" waa a good crowd but bidding was dull. Woll - Known In Cincinnati every class of stock is This Old Duiuko n recent engagement in Louis-vill- free trader. This and other like statements Maintains its produced the impression that while the lower and the demand light. Yesterday's Hotol tlio Com ler- - Journal said of the GeorHigh gia Minstrelf: "The performance was Captain was a clover and apparently nlie nuotiftions are: CATTLE. greatly enjoyed throughout. The jokcu in gentleman ho wb badly posted on current AND 82.0063.75 Common to uietlliim the first part were above the nverago, It political affairs and bo will return to his floxl to extra butchtra .0J(3L75 Its Fropriotor ii Detormined that Noa.7S3S-lwas a show to sru tho intenso interest and mountain fatnesses after the 1th of Common tocholcoablpr it Shall be Second to no Country S.7a5.00 abandonment to wild fun that marked vember a wiccr and sadder man. He tells Stock,ers and leeders Hotol in the State in its Fare, 1I0O8. Appointments, or Atteneverything that wan aaid and done by the an anecdote pretty well and can bray betSelected Imtcliera ami heary lilppera...4 8305.00 tion to Oomfort of 4.50g3,15 four end men. None but a genuine negro ter than a jicknss hiintolf, all of which waa Talr to good jiarke r their Quests. highly appreciated by his colored keareH, Fair to good light 4.51 1.90 can be a negro to the life. Tho voicea 4 00(31.25 p body as soon as Common.... lo the first part wero all rich and music- who got up and loft In llaciraie will be ronrejed to and from tbe do SIIKUl', giving Gov. McCreary free or cnarge. iperiai ireruiauiu,i.i al, and the chorua were a Ibod of melody. he finUhed, without - S2J08.M to Com merriarrrareiera. inriurnm Common to fair a chanco to JimbiiFi) thuir minds of the ()oal to extra-.,always supplied nlth the eholri S.JSjjI.W Tho olio was exceedingly interesting .brandi or Liquors and Clxara Captain's fallacious propoi;iou. 3.M4JI 50 on to choice througlout. New atyle neck tie at Bruro &Co, m Buy your winter nnderweir from Bruce A Co. 1 BRIGH -- c ucu -- RRAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - . -- U AND SI JOBBERS OF -- FLOUD MM. .. n cua-tom- er WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY - 1 (. WAGONS, BUGGIES ABtt CARKIAGKES, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - -- IKEost Complete Ijdrae Hardware and Queens-war- e -- IN THE CITY.- - Jay-Ey(-C- c We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in tho country, Patronage. And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your BRIGHT & CUERAN. 1,1-1- Ji. T. R, W GROOER, m STRAYED0R 1UJBMC ISEKTINO. AIslVAYS ON II AND FOLIs STOCK OF 1 Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin--, Glass- - and Qneens- ware, Tobaccos, Cigars, 'WVt:rs8 Confectioneries, &c. I. II. Baldwin & ., lt j. 203-3- VERY- - n' Post-oltlc- e, PATENTS, es LOW PRICE W lyjl jj UttEa o a m GASH No ro Customers. And to Prompt Paying Sliort-timgoods sold on long timo. USE- - d MYERS HOTEL, and Still Reputation, mi&BW fah ForNUleonlj-by STANFORD. KY. Propr .Untie from the best Hluucsolu Wheat. T. K. WALTON. -- THY Xffe Li3 Plus IIET TLJItra BOASTED KIO, , -- Coffee, h T. II. W.I.TON. GrOOd. 2TtDTUL033LlOS. For stile only by "Lavus-Coinia- . 4j- - pfc l: ilda of oUlo licur. tiecro aiy Lincoln os a hutidkoiiw bouie ou MimuiliusJttt, oe-!t- Ml' Catch 'Km by Kluclrlcltr. I ORDER OF ELECTION. ABOUT CABINET UOMES. DOMESTIC LIFE IN WASHINGTON. When nntl to Whom the Freshlontlnl AiU vlsers nml Their l'ainlllei Aro "At Home)" Tlin l'nmlly Arrangements of Mm Secretaries. VVflshington Cor. St. Louis Xotwltlistandiug tho hot wavo whlcb has been recently liovoring oTer tlio country, particularly Washington, tho preparations Tor tho return of society to Its home nml Its iionnnl condition goes .toad-il- y forwarJ. Through tho resldonco portion of tho city thoronre scones of renewed ltosldencss that havo been activity, Along closed begin to look ollvo again. tho avenues nnd the prlnc'pal sticots, where are residences of Cabinet officers, Senators, nnd people prominent in the locial nnd pollticnl world, there nro to be iocn evidences of rouiruliiR vitality. CarSICNOR DRUMIDI. pets that havo been in retiromoiit tho summer month1) now mnko their nppearanco Tlio Artlstlo Italian Who Labored on the White lloutr. Inside yards, nnd tie soun 1 of the Costly Is hoard by Iho iassjr-by- . tWashlnaton Cor. Cbieluml I cwdcr.l During thesa hot days il.e Cup t i Lu.ll-Inhnnclngs which had baeit wrnppod and Is the coolert ploco in Wash! igtoti. I's protected from moths duting the Ions summer months nro boltig brought forth sreat mono walls are so th'ct that the from thoir places of crncenlmMit and put heat can hardly penetrate them, and deinto position again. 1 he lawns hich hail lightful drafts whistle about t'. rough its been somewhat neglected by careless s corridors, while tho test of tho city ii left In charge, aro belli: brushed up roasting In sweltering heat. Standing as Tho little whlto it does thtee hundred feet nbovo tho I'otv-mar- , nnd newly watered. tents which in tho earlier part of tho tie Capitol is favored with br.ezj. season decorated to many of tho lawns which nro denied the Treasury nnd the surrounding rosidencos and nvo a charm- White House. I spout a very plcaa.il ing effect to tho already beautiful city will hour iu wandering about thiouh it y soon appear again. Tho lawn tennis net tcrday, and I lltid thnt man. Imni.-vis again making its nj penrnnce, nnd t:o incnts hnvo been mnde flute the sitting ol external evidences of tho re un of socctv the last CoiiRn ss. Tl o whole of the tr- nt nro everywhero to bo seen. In tho lull of the main bu.ldlug facing (Le nek' which precedes the beginning of nn actlro tatuo of Washngton has I een cov re social season, It may bo Interesting to not with n heavy ct at of cream wl.i'o paint n few to know somithing of tho l.omo and tho painters are now at wi rk ou th life of tho members of tho Cabinet. Uf tho interior of tie Senate sid. I stop o I n sevon niembsrs of tho Cabinet Secro'nry moment and chatted with one cf them. He Folier, boe denih is universally was a short, pleaiaii faced Uirumii o. mourned, had loss of n "homo," perhaps, about 60, v,io has for many years been one than nny of the others. Ho va n widow- of tho paluteis of the Cnpltol. He told me er. His two daughters were in extremely iomo curious things about It. delicnto health, and found them elves tillSaid he: "There are eleven painters enable to withstand the rigors cf Washing- gaged iu painting at tie caj itol ton. They spend a portion of the winter nnd moro than that number nr? kept connnd sprin g hero, but only n portion, nud stantly busy, l'aiuters get i'o n day iu 's thoconsequenco was that Secretary Washington, and there is woik for all. 1 re)s'dijnc, althougj he kept up tho suppose to paint this building through tit tonualltl's nnd appearances of tho home, would cost n gcod deal over $'0),0Jt. Ii had less of the genuine attractions which tho would take tons of i nlnt. Tl o coats of word carries in its fullest senso than those whlto lend which hnv been put ou tl e of any other Cabinet officer. It could not outside of the central hlructute make its bo otherwise. With neither wife nor chil- paint over half an inch thick. It tins Leu dren to brighten tho home, it was not ex- painted and tepa nted since it was buil-- , pected thnt it could compare with those of nnd layor after layer of whlto lend has his fellow-Cab'nofficers, who were sur- been spreail ono upon tho other. Most uf rounded by their fnniillo. His rosidence the flue ivoil; hero was done by Drumldi, was always a tasteful and haiulromo one; mid I used to work under bis di ectton." comfortably though not luxuriously fur"What kind of a fellow was Brumidir" nished, and his friends wero always wel- I asked. "Ho was an Italian, and n very comed to it. Telephonic connection with man, indeed. He made a his office, with tho telegraph cilices of tho great deal of money, but he spent it very city nnd the W hito House nnd other rapidly, and ho was often hard up. You Cabinet officials, mado Lim ncco'iiblo ask what Mud of a man he was. Well, 1 ut all hours to thoso who had ula-tloji- s can tell you by giving you au instance of with him. Secretary Folger, llko bis kindness to me. Ono day, when ho all other members of tho Cabinet, m was pretty well uewn nt tho i.eei, he sent moro or less of his business at Ik un- fo a Jew pawnbroker to come aud look at it is a mistaken idea to suppose that CaL a gold watch he wishod to sell. It was a iuot officials only labor during ''ofil o beautiful lady's wa'cli, mado in the old hours." From riino a. m. to four p. m. uio country, elegantly finished, and worth, 1 tho hours on which they nro supposed to suppose, more than $100. The Jew, n sort 1)0 on duty, but in many cases their labor of n Shylock, came while I was present, bogins before that hour, and in almost aud offered him $4) for It. Mr. llrutuldi cases continues, at their homes later than wanted $0). Tho Jew would not give it, four o'clock. Secretary Folgot's purlor aud Mr. Brumidl sont him away. Af or was often bis office, strewn with papers he had pono I said: 'Mr. Brumidl, why do and evidences of his devotion to tho duties you sell that watch? If it were miiio I of his position. It often saw him at work would never part with It. Why, poor ns I far into the small hours. His private see. am, I would give $10 for it ns a present to re tary occupied looms at his house and my daughter.' was in fact n inomber of his family, so far " 'What, you want M' repllo 1 Mr. Bruis homo life was concerned. Secretary midl. 'Then you shall liavj it, and I will Frellnghuyson's home Is on I street, not give it to you for $13,' and In did, far from tho Stato Department. He occu. though the Jew had just offered him Hi pies a house which would not attract for it." attention by its exterior elegance. Slg. Brumidl d.'oJ a few years ago. Ho It is a plain, brick double house, with was born in Home iu 1S0U, nnd came to parlors on either side of a broad hall. At America at tho nge of forty-i.i. urine tho right, as you enter, is a small recep. the administration of President. Fillmoie. tion-rooand library handsomely His wife, whom ho married late in life, At the left is the parlor proper was about thirty years youngor than he, very handsomely lilted up with furulturo and she Is, I understand, now living in and hanging, in rich, warm 'colors. Home in very reduced circumstances. Mr. Another a smaller hall runs through Brumidl recelvod a nice ltttlo fortune for center tho of tin house at tho work he did about tlio Capitol. For angles right to the one at his work In other parts of the building he which you enter, and across this is the din. was paid proportionately well, but ho was Hero tea and lunch aie served a duo artist, and his labor is among tho on almost all Oceanians when tho doors ol cheapest in the capltol building. the Secretary's losidouco are opened to tho friends of tho family, which is very Tabor Not Silver Kin?, I.cadvlllu Cor. Ht. Louli often. 1'robably no member of the CabiSenator 1L A. W. Tabor has fi;uiei ns a net onterUIns so frequently as tho Secre-,tur,o- f State. Tho wife and eldost (laugh-to- r silver king. He wealth is believed by uiually receive the visitor in tho par- many, oven In Denver, to be .vast tiuyoud lor, aftor they havo laid aside their wraps computation, aud when ho serve out hl in another room, while ayouugerdaughtor celebrated thirty days' term iu the United prosldo3 iu the dining-room- . In the trout KStntes Senate, tlio uewspaptrs were filled room, Immediately over tho ball, on tho with btorles about his $VM night shirts and diamond rings. His career has been, insecond story, stands a large, deed, marvelous. Seven years ngo ho ran dejk, similar to thoso seon In Oh the wall of tho room a little grocery store in the gulch. He otllcoi. "grub-3taked- " successful prospectors, and is a telephone. Near by is a desk occupied by the private seerotury, nnd here his wealth begau rolling up. Tlio most important of his present propthe Secretary uf State transacts not a little of hi impor.nntolllcial business. Often he erty consists of an interest iu the Match- Is at his des"s lute at night, and much of his ' less mine at Leadville, tho Tabor btislnoss the Tabor Opera Hou-most important work is done hero rather block In han at his office In the State Department, in tho same place, nml tin Tabor Opera where he must often be disturbed House here. Tho output of the Matchless by calls of dlploinates nml members off seventy cent., part of jit Congress. Secretary Chandler's home, it iu litigation, and a suit is dragging in ,whlch is also ou I street, a fow blocks from tho courts for ore heretofore tnken Secretary Frelinghuyou's, it rather more out. nnd llock Tho Opsra Houso prentontlous iu nppearonce than that ol nt Denver are covered with moilgag's. tho Secretary of State. It Is n handsome nnd thn Interest on borrowed money is building, with a front of piossed brick simply enormous, oatlug u- n larga par and n fow spots of stained glass iu the cent, of his high routs. The Opera Houso y windows and transoms. A broad lmlltvjy here Is n small, brick Lulldlug, runs through tho center, reaching stairs In with two store rooms iu front, nud a sathe smaller hall, which tuns nt light an- loon in the rear. They probably pay an gles with tho entrmuo hall. The first lloor nvorngo rout of $13) a inoitli. As to tho arrangements are very much Ilka thnt oi Opera House portion, tlio entertainments Secretary Frollnghuysen's rosldence, just In it do not exceed ono every two woeks. .do'scribed. Mr. Chandler does not give ns The eiitiro building is mortgaged, nnd It 'mail)'' entertainments as does the Secre- can be roadlly seen that no very enormous tary of Stato. Of course Mrs. Chandler income can bo derived from I., reeelvos on recoption days, ns do all the in addition to what is mentioned, Mr. f wives of Cnbinot ofllcers, but, nsldo from TaWowns n interest in tho CJnr-thiu fow Mozoii evening receptions will ondon Hotel, a large frame building in probably cover the extent of the social this city. On this ho iccently borrowed tuaturoi of fiocrotary Chandler's homo. $10,000. Of course, he has a large amount MrChandler does probably moro work at of mining property, both In this State and his home than does Secretary Frolinghuy. New Mexico, but it is practically eon. Ho gives a good deal of nttentlon to and so largely must hope enter politics and uot n ltttlo to his private busb Into its valuation that it can not be 11 rod ness, and is, on tho whole, probably the upon a coimnerciil basis, busiest man in tho cntiro Cabinet. lie haj Tho most sanguine of Tabor's frlendi his des'kon tho second floor of his resii say if ho "donned up" what ho has he dence, nnd workslearly and late. has ho would bo worth $2)0,000. Others Gresham llvos a fow tloorj say ho would bo worse oir than nothing. iroufMr. Chandler. Hlsrcsldenco is scarce. One thing is certain ho is not a million' alro. Hois at present making the can ly atajv;o or handsome asthat of tho vass of tho Stato for Oavornor, which will Nnvy. Thoro nro parlors at reduce his pilo considerably. thtfteft as you onter,tostefully furnishod, There were $3,000,000 worth of dolls nnd in tho rear of thoso parlors, on th ilrsEloor, is Mr. Qroshntn's office, whwi and toja imported Into this country last ie glyos considerable time to business out I Tear. tack-linming I -Fol-Ctret kiud-tionrte- d 11 x, d. lug-rooGloho-Ucmocr1 d o ivenup, near Tlionns Circb, tastefully, Ilia .hough not elegantly, furnished. jvlfd has, owing to n variety of painful :lrcumstnnco, entertained very little during his term in tho Cnbinot, and, of course, tvl'J bo prevented from further entertain-mutby the recent death of her mother, Mrs. Harlan. The residence of Attorney. Sonera) Brews er, on Connecticut nvi nuo, .s olio of ibv hands mMt of th Cabinet jflleeri homes. It is not only tastefully, out luxuiibUily, furnished and fitted. In ;enorttl arraugomeut it is very similar t ;hosa of Secretaries Freltughtiyseu nud library Chandler. A largo and well-lltlu at the left of tho qutrnncj, anelcgantly furnished parlor on tho right, nn 1 the di i Is nt the end of the n aln hail, Hid just ncrosi nnothorhall uliloli runs u rlht angles with the di'.mu". The fin aiuiro nnd hanging nro especially line, md in excellent taste, for not only Is tho Attornoy himself devoteil to this "soft ol thing, but ho is aided by tho excellent judgment of his wifo, nnd by, his ample fortune. s ilig-roo- young man, A tall, delicate, face, stood with nn intelloctual-looklu- g nervously twirling a bundle of strings In his hand this morning ut the No. 2 ungino house, talking to Major Hughes. "I am glad you aro getting along so well," said tho Major kindly. "There Is no roason why fish can not bo caught by electricity," ropliod tho boy, halt to himself and half to tho Major. "You seo," continued tho boy, turning to a reporter, "I nm experimenting on a machine that will make fishing ono of the easiest tilings in the world. A man can lay in his bed and fish. I havo a mode) of my machine made, and it works perfectly. I havo not ohtninod a patent on it yet. Tlio outline of the way it works lathis: You tuko your bait and throw it Into tho wntor. The lino Is attached by n Dwltch to n tnaguet. When tho flsh bites tho lino switches tho curront of electricity into tho magnet and tho magnet pulls a pin out of a slot. This causes a long lever to lly up and hangs tho Uih. As soon ai ho is hookod a bell starts ringing nnd continues until you take the fish off tho lino. You can arrange tho machine so that it can bo put at the head of your bod and th ringing of tho boll will awaken you. Ol course you mint bo near tho river. I nm going to flx a machine In Captain Devan'i I havo beon working nt Life Station. electricity several yoars and made several eleotrio machluos. I was flihlng the other day on the river when it struck me that trouble nud time might be savoJ by using jlcctrlcity. I am having castings made tow, and soonoxpoct to bare tny luveutlon u working ordcn" pale-faced Louisville Times.) CUPID FORCED FROM COVER. The Adventure of Two Lovers Who Were Spoonlnc Under a Miuset Gun. IN. Y Trulh.l Hidden away iu tho shrubbery below Sunday sat a hanlsomo couple tolling their talo of love, while above, on the rntnparts, huudrels of pjople wero on j lying tho cool brcez) nnd fine view which is obtained from that point. The boom of tho sunset gun was followod by a jolting, crashing sound, ns if n ponderous body wero tearing through tho underbrush that lines tho embankmont just under the ibadow of the fort. Immediately aftor a wild shriek was heard, and the promo-aadcr- s hastoned to tho od go of the rampart just in timo to seo a young woman scrambling upward, with a crimson flush overspreading her iwautlful features, her hair llslioveled nnd her skirts torn to shreds. Following iu her footsteps came a hntless youth, with n terrified look In his eyes. When the ramparts wore reached tho young lady swooned aud tho young matt became wild with grief, thinking that he was about to lo-- bis darling forever. It wns soon after ascertained that the gunner had put too boavy n charge into the cannon by mistake and that the illi charge wits so violent that the gun had been forced from the carriage and pluiijxi. down the embankment, carrying every tulpg before It, and that tho lovers biul l'u saved almost by a miracle from boitx ;ho breastworks of Fort Wadsworth last rjshol. sjunrentrateil "Wine. St. Louis Globo-Doniocru- Italian vineyard owners proposo a method by which tho properties of grape juice can bo concentrated. The wn'er Is to be artificially withdrawn in such n mnuno which contains ull th. possibilities of wine, nn 1 which ou be tcrned into wino in placos where ihe irt of wine maklux lo rightly uuderstool. The rondensed substance will kep fot rors. Tho excellonco of wine was reoog itfv at tho Bordeaux Exhibition in 1SS2A rather good looking couple entered the office of an east side justice and re quested the Magistrate to unite them in marriage. At the conclusion of the ceremony the Justice, out of hi vast experience gave them a few words of advice. After he hd explained to the young man his duties as a husbind, etc., he turn, ed to the bride. He told her how she should conduct her self, that she must look to her huibind for everything, and forsaking fither and mother and brothers and sister), follow htm wherever he went. She stood it pretty well for a little while but as he became elcquent she became restive and finally she interrupted him with the remark: "Cut 'er short. Jedge, I've been married Post. twice before."-Djtr- oit - as to leave a residue, "Yea, brethren." said a clergyman preach ing a funeral sermon ''our deceased brother waj cut down in a atnijle night torn from the arms cf his loving wife, who is thus left a disconsolate, widow to the early age of 24 years." 'Twenty two, if ycu pleaie1"Kob' the widow, in tho front pew, emerging from her handkerchief for an instant. The mortality of the globe, as gUen by a continental journal which ha made the computation, i en follow?: IV r minute, 67; prdieoj, 07,700; am' per annum. where the birth are 30,792 000 per annum 100 000 per diem and 70 pr minute. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best Salre In the world for Cuts, Hrulcc, Sores, UImh, Bait Ittioum, Ferer Bares, Teller, Chapped HanJs, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions and posltlTelj- - cures Plle, or no pay re atluc quired. Is Is guaranteed to giro tlon or money relunJed. Trice 25 cents per box. For ala by Penny A McAHiter. says-"llarlnc 5; The Lincoln County Court composed of the County Judge and the Justices ol the Peace of Lincoln county at Us term held nn Mnndfiv. the, fit h dav of October. 1831, made the following otder: THIS day W. U. Weicn appeireu aim read to the court an act of tbo General Assembly of Kentucky entitled, "An act to ...it-nrlvT.inrnln nntintv tn r&ife tUOneT to aid in the construction of a railroad thro' said county," approved May i, thereupon presenlod a petition, which is ISssh-vill- a filed, signed by the Chesapeake & Kailway Co. by E. 7, muierman, President, and by W. O. Welch ani 27 other clli.enaand residents of the justice, dis- e tricts of Stanford, Walnut Flat, lurnerj-villand Hustonvllle precincts, nskinc this court to cause an election to be held in said district to tako the sense of tho qualified voters therein upon the proposition hereinafter set forth. I'pon ronsideralion of which petition the prayer thereof is granted and the court hereby orders that an election shall be held on Saturday tho 15th day of November, 1881 in sild 8tsn. ford, Walnut Flat, Turnersvlilc and justices' districts or precincts to take thesenno of the qualified voters therein upon the following stated proposition, Whether or not the county of Lincoln shall icsue bond to tho ntuount of $150,000 upon the credit and responilbillty of the four aboo named districts and whether said county upon the credit and responsibility ol the said districts shall acquire by purchsse or gift, title to or the way oxer a strip of hnd through nght-othe county, such as may be necessary for for derols and such theriRbtof-waT.o- r grounds ss may ba retcary at Stanford, Kt., for depot buildings, machine shops, round houses, walcr supply, Ac, for the said Chesapeake & Nsshville Railway. The amount of money to be raWed and for the railing of which bonds are to be ssued, in esse the qualified voters iu said districts byamsjorttj vote adopt or tffirm this proposition, is the aforesaid sum of SloO,-00- 0 and such additional sum as may , be necessary to acquire theaforeeald &a. The bonds to bo issued for tho purpose of raising said proposed sumj of money shall not be so)d at less thsn their inter-es- t par value nor besra greater i ale of than 0 per cent, per annum and to be isdue twenty years from the dato when sooner, at the option of Linco n sued, or are to county. The proceeds of said bonds rights-oJ.wa- y be invested in the acquisition of the aforesaid and in the purchase at their par yalue of the first mortgage bonds of said Chesapeake A Nashville Kailway Company, tie purpose of the proposed of said four districts being to aid the company in the construction and equipment of their rosd. Hut no such investi to be ment in bonds or built nude, unlew their eald road is county from ami Richmond Junction in Lincoln extended from that point through Llncnln county in a westerly direction to asbvHIe, Tenn , or to some railroad running to Ns.hvilla and unless said rosd is a well and substantially built and equipped as the ashvllle main stem of the Louisville A Railroad aud no greater amount of such fiwt mortgage bond are to be issued by the ik.n srtfiOOO to the mile, and nnt'tn he taken or paid for t.i K.t. . i,.. .n mitilv.lpnt amount of work on said road has been done (upon estimate of competent engineers) in n.ncu.n piid and 30 per cent, of same shall not be Junc-.- . until tbe whole road from Richmond t in Tenne r ,..-- w -,, lion in . riin.ij, in Vhvilln nghtf-o- f war, The Ac., as hereinbefore mentioned, are to be ceded to said railway company upon such terms as they may agree upon, to be paid mtnnanv. bv the :,.i .,nMv of .i to be appointed In behalf of commisiionciH n Lincoln county n tne eveni mm i"iwi-tioshall be adopted by the qualified voters as aforesaid. It is further ordered that the officers said to hold the regular election in districts or precincts for the present year. .L .l...i(T. -- nn urn til be BtiDoinled by theaherifTof Lincoln county ha bis deputies) shall hold the election snd take the vote btrein provided for at the regular - -- places Ol vourg in ... . At the said 15th day of November, 1SS1 said election each oter 'ball be asked whether he votes for or against the proposition submitted (which is the proposition hereinbefore lecited) and bis vote shall le record d in a pell book, to be provided by the clerk of this court at expense of county for that purporo at each voting place, which shall be returned in the time and by the same officers as in esse of general elections, and the result of said election is to be ascer tsined and certified tn the manner prescnb ed by the act hereinbefore referred to. In ..;.! nntl linnki there Bhall be a col- ... n.nd.d. "For Rsilrosil Aid" and a column headed "Against Railroad Aid" and tho votes of all persons votinR in favor of liproin recited shall be re NU'UOI.WM nte ...o.m.iilnn .. ..t.,.1 ;n iU nnliimn firxt mined and Ol UUIHCU 111 IIU ww...- thore votinf? against slid proposition in the column last named At least 20 days no'.ic shall be jjivcnby the shcrifTof Lincoln county of the election l.erein r.r.leied by pnbllostion in the JNTi: itron JoritKAl. newspaper and by printed lers than three notices oileil up at public plate in each district in which the election is lobe held. TLr. ....1. : o .o.tu undur. tin- nutlioritv. llimuHini-iimcenferred bv Iho net of Awembly aforessid, ... approved May l.jssiarm is be in strict conformity lo the proviirns thereof. n a loo-tanHus-touvil- le to-w- it: f rights-of-wayac-tio- n right-of-wa- Bond 8 cents lirrostnRe snd reeel'a ree,H costly tox of goods, which will lieln all. ofellli.r mx. to more muner rlrlit away than aaythluKclas In tliti world. Fortunes await the workers absolute! sure. At once Tai'K A Co., Augusta, Maine. APRI7F $200 Reward! A Kewardof Two llunnrtd Dollars will lx iisld by the friends oT tho late J N Benedict for the cnplureof Ills murderer, Henry Huberts. Ilobrrta Is about 21 jMtsof sue, dark complexion, hnl ej m, smooth faeji and sery bd countenance, rather heavy bull), welgblDn probably I Ml pJiinJi. MwUTsLLeASHVILLElRra1 j mn hi - i 'HftaOf'1!. si malLiMmmiVM s THE GREAT Through Trunk Line TrJ. I.V. MUKItAYVS rirKCIl'IO, Tho (J rent i:ngli.sli Rcmvdjr, Impotency, snd (leneral Iim of Power ol the Ucuiratlve OrKani, n.l all iIiupium that follow as m e-Dsfore liMng. qurn.e ol youthful ImpVudence or thn pxreuol matured lean, auch as Universal ljiultude,Paln In tho back, IMmncu of VIMon, 1'rems-lur- o Old Age, and many otter that lesd to Insaultr r ConKe nils sumption, Iu all Hpeclfle acts like a WeaVncasth r. chirru, restoring loss or fadlne raiaaV brilliant clvlnt to tho ere beauty, to the cheek andanarkllnz the may blooom of health. AfLrTaklng. esr.Murray'a Hpcclflo Is sold by all Drugnlita at six packages package, tt perpostage or ou receipt of for 13. Also by mall, nrlc. fre, V'ull particulars In pamphlet, which wlllbs mailed freo to every applicant. Address all communications to th aole manufacturora. 2 Is a po'ltUeciirn for Weak Memory, Um of Brain Power, Kervoua l.xhaustlon, Hcmlnal WeaknMi. TrtMrl Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE die-ras- es raou lousvills to the vlg-o- SOUTH & WEST Jackionvills, Mobile, and New Orleans. In Talacc Cars Without Changs. PULLMAN CARS Wlthont change to aihvllls, steruphis, I.lllla iiock, Montfom,ry, Atlanta. Kavanoab. BEST ROUTE TO "FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Froas HVUlt.i V Bold In Stanford bf Penny A McAllster and all Druggists everywhere. A anil's PXTKa A Co., Wholeeals Aaen 20O-l- VO.. JlhltMriXKCtty, Mo. Kansas Louisville t, Ky. receive special low rates. Iolitlllela 1'alacs Cars without change, Seeking homes the stMIPDAUTC line ol this roadonwill LiniUnflll I O See AitodIs of Dili Company for rales, routes C. P. A1M0RE, G. P. &T. A. Ac.orwilie Ol Loulevllle, Kt. Kentucky's -- Route East "MONON lOUTl!3.,T Louisville, New Albany & Chicago THE Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running PULLMAN" NEW SLEEPING GARS Railway. LINE UUNNINII A SOIJiDTEAIN raon O.Vi V Pullniiiii LOUISVILLE Prtlncc TO Cars! LonlHVllIc, 1iicIiiiihII aud L?z liiKton, Ky. depot with fait trains for AND SOLID TIIAIN3 CHICAGO WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In iimi BmruLNoricK. Tawengera Irora th Knot, villa Branch of L. A N. It. 11. arrive In Loulavlllt In time tw take th evening train of the "Monoa lloute" and ao through to (irccncARtlo, CrnrTfonlitTlIlp, ImTujcXU nntl Chicago Tf Ithnut clinnirc. T1MB TA11LE Tho Direct Route toL , Dan villo. Norfolk. STATIONS. i Dally. " Ixlly 8 14 a ra J 01 pu All Virginia and Kortb Carolina Lv. Uiulnlll.. .... 741pm t 01 a hi Arr. (!reoiU .,... Points. " CrawfsrdiTtlle For tickets and lartber Information, apply to lOiiiu IIHpu ., " Ufajelle- jour noart-a-t ticket office, or aitdrraa " Chicago 8 M) Ptu V. K. ARHOI.fl, IV. J lltsn, Advertising Agt., Ticket and l'aaa. AiU, The most direct rout, wlih only en ihangtol U2A lourlll Ate., Lnulavllle. Ky ears, to all wtnU Iu Wlantln, Minnesota, low C. lV.NniTII, II. W. KI'I.l.f.K. Nebraska, Ac Fur further luformaUod. addrms Manager, Uen'l l'aaa'r Ag't. Oen'l MUllllAY KKLLKH.O l A , l'.ltainotid. Virginia !I4- LoulsvtIU, X' Illntu lllpia IHihi . ... IIHIQ & MISSISSIPPI The Dlrtct Houte to R. W. L1.I "JIlitC'UmiiN ICoiile." 8horteitand Qaiokcat Bouta from Oe. tral Kentnosj to all Points North, Eut, West and Southwest. Fast Line Uetwrn u. St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwest by tbo way or "-- .onlsc-miDleted- JLOUISYIJMTjE or CI XCIXN ATI. Mm; Leaving Chattanooga lor and Ctwtnua.l mak. lavHI rnnuectlon at thM points with the Lightdirect ning Ripreat ou tbo Ohio A Mlatlaalppl Ut tit, Louis and all olata Weal. IaCXI.VGTO.V A CIXCIX2VATf. Hchedule In Effect Oct, IS, 1MI. sr-r- 'i Only from Louisville or Cincln-I1 HOUlS natl to HI. Louia, llng two hours quicker than any other line, giving our patwngera time for meals and flrit choice of arata In train going West. A"TJ,,ri U 1 l????:? s ?i 1 1 '?r i V. a 12Hours Quicker by way Chicago. Ine going if JoMilhJnr.nV jU'il ! I I 1 kj i . MM X. .- O. & M. Always itakei 1 PBSBBE, Con-nootioI ns B'V" . EH.EB BEBBB S Bl Svu-i, Fast Timo nnd Sure With all Llni s at n.im o : i : I i I I a . h',3,'J BBBB!BjlBeBB !... P - St, Louis and Intermediate No Ferric! Pointi. XoOmiilbiiHTrflii& fcrH ! i n f rut I i ; 1 i ij J v ill I 1 Hn.-e--oe- ;H I 4 w u'V-- m n n n n o v. ! w ir l. ..-- Connrcllonsnude In Union Depot, 61. Louis, with trains of lines going West, Northwest and Eouthwmt. 11 you are going West to any point, rail on or wilto to the uudrrilgued. For lull and reliable Information In regard to Land, Ac, In the Weitern ftates, Map, Ouldca and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Household Oools lu all poiuta Weal call nn or address tl. II. 1LHOP, I'asienger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi Hallway. Ilarrodsbiirc, Jy W. W. 1'EAHODY. 5SESBE .ts-iolfia stj BS'aB'HESBB m SSSoliS o 'f & s r IB "r v, o n ztlltlzza trc ??F : 3 ll-i! iss k en & p a . 9 -. 6" l I ! I i -I- Oen'l Pa. Agt, I'rei't and (ien'l Man'gr, C. W. r.WUP, t entral I'assocger Agent, Cinilnrall Ohio W. U. 811 ATTL'C, MiNsVUHM 5KSSR ; j : -- I tssss J ; siW A- S. o nt BBEBBJB . I S S ZaBGE ii BTj I 8? x o P2BBBiBB5ji wmmis: r-9-3 1 j j j j I 1 .is- -. : j V. un.-i,..r- Mi a jii-- r n-- i i: a a iiiiiiki a ,,,,, -- j - IBBBB: : EBlM m.UUM ,WM II ft m ' I .j : i " a I ? - ..OVM pr I'U'iKErtMtMAIj in Slkl U. I1UKDKTT. w. naewNi & prfct .vrroiiNEVH a.t nlA.v MT. VEUNON, KY. lSI-l- BailDETT BROWN, Are you failn.r, t'y r.u.V Hkai.tii I.k mwe.i, a jiure, riran, wnoiceomu for IlrIn, An i.T..Mu,u..mmitf; 'omri, Urr Kl.lnf, i," .lant, tun J 3 B H B B E 3 I BB S E Larei TOMIC9 t ncquaUd Iin Nerves. l , .MAY.SVIM.K. NOaTit'llOUND. Lve Covington- - BBiBB IIIIANOII. "Kit. Ei. " " Arr " " " I'arls Mlllersburj','" Johnson Cnrllale J Dsllr No 41, M.IW HunW'.x. bun. SfS, " two-stor- An End to Bono Scraping. Edward Shepherd, of Harrliburg, 111., received so much benefit Iroui Electric Bitters, I feer It my duty to let luirering human Ity know It Haro had a runaln? tore on my log (or eight yar; my doctors told me that I would hare to hate the bone scraped or U'g amputated. I used, Instead, three bottlei of Electric lllttera and sereo boxes Arnica Salre, and my lej Ii now sound and well " !ctrlo Bitter aro sold at 50 rents a bottle and llucklin's Arnica Salve at 23c per box by Penny A McAlliter. A Startling Discovery. Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Huron, Das., writes tlia bis wife had been troubled with acute Bronchitis for many years and that all remedies tried garo no permanent relief, until ho procured a bottle of lor Consumption, Dr. King's New Discovery Coughs and Colds, which had a magical etket and produced a permanent euro. I. Is guaranteed to ure all dlseises of tho Throat, Lungs or BronchiMcAlli-fjrr'- a al Tub's. Trial bottles free at Pcnnv A Drug Store. Large IzeJl. -- DAMVILLE, K.Y., I Willi practlro In tho Courts of noyla snd adjoining oouutl and In the Court of Appeals. And Master Commissioner Itockcastlo Circuit Cour. MT. VKItNON, KV. Will practice In tho Kockciutle e.Courts. Collec138J tions a specialty. Office In Court-houa- ALEX. ANDBBBON. A.rX"X,01tW33V A.T XA"V, Il.tadaclie, Fever. Actio, l hills. tt DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Ixluglon TORPID 1! Slfo to trtkj. tmnmr rit.uneniiiled for 0 for "..iO, AttornoyALJuiuv. J. B. IMBH. lTlnrln, ti.aJ in r ITot.. 3. Weakness, Swonts, Nervous Kesiul l)eclii.i' Ltunm-a- LIVER and Nlrzhttri M El 7 8 8 0 I) Mayivlllo 110 3 00 2S a in 4 30 IS a in B 20 40 a in 8 47 00 n in il U7 IS a in, 7 00 SO a ml 7 41 pm ji iu p in hi p hi pn piu nt DnywiAts. H Veij.s, Jeney City, N. J., U. H. A. HOUTU-noi'S- I "N. IC Dally Dcllr V.x.. Hun V.x bun S s 6 30a 7 'Jin ,. 7 41a .1 h 10 a 0 10 a i. ,.! ono-hnl- s, ! KY. BTANFOKD, Soutlj side Main Htreet, two doors above ice alien nuiw. Pure Nitrons Oxlda Oas administered when re quired. O.tlce lkh r. iitjffman, HUKGiSON DENTIHT, OH. W. B. PENNY, Dontlist, , 1 iMU'tV 1 ' jneyuritjar.jgq Buchu-Palb- a sciiler, Inllammitlon, Irrltntlon of Kfd-nev- u " t'arllsle " Mlllcrsburg.... Arr fail " IxxlngtoN " ('ivlngton .. 1 Lvo Maysvlllo. " Johliaoil in ,' 111 HO iu iu in in iu a m i p in 2 41 pill S 0i pm a : p m o (opm 8 3 a ji ill GsmBP n., TWO and BTANFOUD, rtmn rtnhi.H. from 8 to 12 A. M. and uilnlMcrrI wnen necessary. t.tln's to 5 r. KENTUCKY. store. Office hour M. Anesthetics nd ""-'- i )M Remarlmldo CurosofCntarrhof the und llladdcr, Htonoor Or.tvel DI JIcUOUKUTS k STAGO, the Druggists, who are alwayi looking nftcr Ilia lutereat of thflr customers, have now tecured tho tale of Hi. BoiatiUo'i Cough and Lung Syrup, n remedy that never falls to cure Cold, 1'alas in the Chest, and all Lung Affections. For proof Coiigln, try a free saraplo bottl- - Regular site GO cents auJ 11.00. FAR-iI- S FOR SALE. cy. I oirr for sale two firms, lying on the Stanford8omoret pike., one cpnlalnlng 12 Are , oneand one ol. .15.1 Acres,s 1 mile north of said station. .. . s ...Sa tlmkn - ft i wiei, m- -i Considerable iruit, pieaijr Iu.rrov.ncnt. fair. Term, Wayneabur., y. jjj.juj of tint l'rcistato Ulard. Droinleal Hmdllnn, Femalo Diseases, Inrontla-ec- a y of TJrlno, all Dlsoaws of tho OrRnns In either scr. For or Unnatural DUiclinrse-- use 8 aJo Chniiln'H Injection Flour," each L lor SVrilll.lS, cither contracted or hereditary mint, uw Chnpin's Coiistltu. Ksn Ilittor Kynin, $l.noixr bottle, nnd rs.ses (lenlto-Urinarj . ClmHn's Krnlillltlo 1'ills. &J.00:nndClia- pin's Hypliilltlo Bnlvn, $1.00. fl bottles tiynip. x ii r I 'ills, 1 iiaivo, by itprcsa on ntvim or 9iulisi, orni nruzcisis. 1 K. H. WztAM, Jcmey Oty, N. J Winchester and Lexington lo Covlnuton. Train No. runs via Lexington and Paris, and not via Winchester anj I'arls Train No. f! la dally except feunday between snd i'arls, but Is dally from Clntlnnatl to Knoxvllle. r. o, dally except r. i.exmuion ami ran,: leave l'aria 8 io a ruj arr (Lexington tl 10 a in, nunuaj, leavo Iexllizlou 4 30 p mj arrive I'arls fl 15 n m. Fast Llnp Km. ft nml i ..... .1. it,...,.-.- . ,WM ,i "luriiriwi Poll. Tralna, with I ullinan Hieeplrg Car. Iiweea Cinclnnat and 11 chmoud, Va , and Wlncb tor HU MUUIU(IUII kit J Through tickets and bsggsge checked to any destination naclicl by s ralltoud. t). '. U. MOilSK, W. II. W1UTTLKHEY, Passenger AEont. Trav. Ani. KT Islington, Ky. C. W. coisiu, N ir. w. 'Jeneral Manager. uen. tvis Ajt Lei-IrgtHue-da- from Knoitlllo, '" "i"uj 1 ' !. I ''V'-onaiii- iw nfriT.ieJTt'-jr"- 13