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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884102801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9emt Heetto mum fi? V'v. .. . 4S r mtfn NEW SERIES-NUMB- VOLUME XIII. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Managed bf Jno. B. Fish, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28, MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 1884. ER 297 PAINT LICK, GARRARD COUNTY. J, J. Thompson's little daughter died last Thursday of spinal meningetls. Elder SavBge of the M. K. Church, Having preached at toil plnco yesterday. been a'signed lo this circuit, ho will preach regularly on tho 4th Sunday in each month. The democracy In mass convention Saturday declared for Honi G. W. McCiuro for member of Hoard of Equalisation as first choice and J. II. Nickols, of Doyle, aa second choice. Miss Cleo Williami has been indisposed for several days. Jack Adams Jr., is M. X. able to be on the atreets again. Langford is itty low with a lun disease and is not expected to recover. Joe Thompt on, who haa been confined on the streets for about two months with a heavy pair of ahackels, made ia escape Thursday. He just walked off and no one seems to know or csre anything about him only alt are glad that ho is gone. The miners who have been digging coal for the Livingston Coal Co., are out on a strike. Tney complain of the screen, which the say is too coarse and lets too much good coal go to waste. It is supposed that the will be induced to resume work in a few daa. John L. Whitehead haa added a bright, new atreet lamp in front of his drug store in this place, which we had failed to notice in this column before, and we can say that If several others of our enterprising buiiness men would do likewise they would improve the looks of the town very materially. On dark nights it is almost dangeiou to walk the streets for fear of falling. through a crack in tho planks or stumbling over a rock in the side walks. These lauips give plenty of light and only cost about $10 each. Sam Thompson, Garrard Thompson, II. II. Joplin, Andy Young and T. T. Wal-lac- e coniosed a fishing party who went to the muuth of Lime Crrek lat Sunday week on a big tithing spree Toles came back o.i the third day, the other cune in yewtsrday. They caught some irij fin fish, but if it had not been for the xjuir-relwhich are very plentiful in that county, they would have almost starved for something to eat, not to say anything about something to drink. At any rate they did not show any fish when they came back lo town. All parts of tho count was represented at the speaking Saturday and I have heard several men say that it was the largest crowd that ever assembled nt thia place to hear public speaking. The Oovernor spoke first, and made a good speech, a he usually does, Mr. Sebastain then took the floor and soke his speech, which did not seem to entertain his republican friends very much. From the manner in which Captain Sebastain speaks, I don't think be expects lo go to Congress from the Sth Congressional District of Kentucky this ear. It is conceded that he will carry this county, but by a reduced mrjority. T. S. Miller, of Garrard ia in town to day. Mr. and Mrs. Mullins, of Livingston, were in town last Saturday. Messrs. W. M. and O. M. Irvine, of Richmond, are in town this week. Miss Zula Williams has returned home frym a visit to Indiana and Louitville. MisaTinsley, of Barbour ville, Ky., i vilting Miss Eliti Stuart, of this county. Mrs. II. Carpenter and Mrs. Kittle Umbr aro visiting tho family of W. W. M M. Weter, at Knoxville, Tenn. Weber i spending a few days at this place. Mr, A. Puliins, of Paint Lick, is in town Mr. and Mrs. X. M Shumate have gone to the old Steve Cummini place near 13 rod head to ben in house keepiog. Mtis Susie Woodjard, of Urodhead, i visiting at J W. Jlrown's. Mrs. T. A. Grcsluui, of Livingston, spent several days in town last s, ron rmaiDENT, GROVEIl CLEVELAND, OrNawYoax. FOR THOMAS A. HENDEIOKS, Or Indiana. KOIl CONUMMS, GOV. JAMES B. MoOREARY, Or Madison. Done Sugar Coating. Trlpletl, of the Frnkfort Capital, the Colgan of the Kentucky preM, bis resolvtd to call things by ttxir English names here after in conducting h! persons! column. He of his put performance: ''I've eugr coftled rronal until tbejr looked llkept loci l for a cmdjr iund. l'r manufactured enough satin and diamonds Ince I're been in this 'jvcrnonal' buslne to make a canopy from here to China and pare It with solitaire. I're done more than a milliner, made more beautiful dancen that) old Prof. Wailell, ded more hair than a barbei; in fact Pre done ererthlngl I're changed regular piano-key- s into row of pearl teeth; credacroi of freckles with the blom of youth; mide grey hair black; in vie black hair blonde; made bald headt hair and straight hair curie; metamorphosed hide ouaaesa into bjauty, and touched the tottering footsteps of age with the elasticity of youth. And ou ought to see me in the 'figure" line. I can nuke old M4 Ange-Ioghost ashamed of iUelf. I'm the bo modeler I're maJe some i airiest fairest, grscefutest Venutot and lUtR-syocrcr ww out of regular pie boxes, and surrounded them with beaux when you could not get a stsg in twrnly yarda of them. sr drcM-makia- Farmer seem to think that a good deal of wheat will have to be sown over owing to the dry weather. Mr. Clayton Deal, of Texas, brother of Tyre Best, who committed suicide at Fort Worth, Texas, is here on a visit. James Davis shipped a car load of fat hogs to Cincinnati last Saturday, the first that has been shipped from here this seav son, It is currently reported that Ilico, the junior partner of the firm of Rice A Having inado eomo improvements in our store room and added 400 square feet more of epaco to accommodateosr largo and constantly increasing trade, Smith, is going to take unto bimrelf another partner next Thursday. The dwelling hotifo and content of Andy Saunders, colored, was consumed by fire Monday morning about 4 o'clock, The clex-fiihooe has been lately built at a cost oj No insurance. 53,000. Charley Water fell through a stable loft and came naar being killed. He fell on a pile ot coal bin head and shoulders We now havoono of tho best ventilated and lighted store rooms in town and wo have confidence enough in the coming season's business to proparo lor a grand rush of trade. Havo been busy the last two striking first. It was thought that his weeks marking and aesorting shoulder was dislocated. Our postmaster says Sebastain is sure to be elected because he has slept with him many a night. Association has a great deal to do with a person, but it will take more than that to take brother Sebastain through. Two little daughter of Mr. Jack And from overstocked manufacturers and dealers by our resident New York buyer at a timo when they were Smith died vith malarial fever last week. obliged to make great sacrifices in order to obtain financial relief. There hat been a great deal of fever in this vicinity, Wallace Gaufccy ia quite sick with same disease. Callie, the little babe of Mr. Jack Adam, Jr.. is quite r 'FAXmIm AND WXlffV'ESRi ANNOUNCEMENT ! We wissli to Tell Yoii ofsome of tlie "Wop- l Bai'gaiiiss we have in store foi- You. An Immense Lot of Elegant Fall & Winter Goodsr purchased at the startling auction sales Our Goods were Bought in many instances for Xaes than SO Dents on the Dollar. AND ov sick, John Quiniey bought of Enoch Wear-e- n V u a horse for $7o. Quiniey was afraid that Wearen would back out, fo ho made him a tender of $10 to make the trade good. Quiniey tailing to raite the amount required went and told Wearen that there waa a misunderstanding about it and demanded the $10 and told Wearen that he had acted a d n rascal. They then went to work in a rough and tumble fight. Af ter they had mide a few rounds parties interfered and separated them. Quiniey oamc out with a piece of Wearen' ear in his mouth and Wearen came out with the S10 in hi pocket. We propo.se to (Sell them at Prices that may Appear Incredible 3Lnper but are only too Real in DFact. n We quolo the following prices, although to quote prices hardly teems useful. It tells so little, for instance, for us to say that we havo a Gent's Fur Hat for 81.25. Tho reader would say, "Why, all tho stores havo that;" but the fact remains that no house hero has the same quality for that price, but will ask you from $2 to $2.50 for them-T- his shows the necessity of your coming hero and examining the goods themselves. Tho prices in this advertisement aro merely guides. A 81.25 Hat hero and a 81.25 Hat eleewhero are entirely diflerent things: Lnc'rt UuuDtxs. A lrg . part of life'i UlOUIiAPUY. Alffne .Smttlu Good Dark prints, fast color, Jc per yard, 25 yards for 81; Indigo Blue Prints, 7z per yard or 14 yards for $fr Good Brown Muslin, 4o per yard; Extra Heavy Brown, 7c per yard; Fruit ot tho Loom, 9c per yard; Green Ticket Lonsdale, 9c per yard; Good yard wide Bleached Cotton, 7c or 16 yards for 81; very best PJaid Shirtings, 8a per yard; best Domestic Ginghams, 8Jc per yard; extra good quality Bed Ticking at 8Jc, 10c, 12c, 15c and lac, worth 25 per cent, more elsewhere. .l an-- i wholly needburden are self-im- p less. Fear of calami ! which nerer hap. i . pen, a doleful habit of i the wont, a suspicious disposition, a jrjitlou turn of mind thee are the tyrant that load us with burden hear to bear and needle! to carry. It we should honeatl examine the Tarious burdens of our Urea, we would be surprised to fiat' how many of them are of this character. Not only ma we drop them If we will, but justice to other demands that we should. A man or woman habitually unhappy is essentially selfish, and is alwaya a thorn in the community. There are enough erodes and trial in life which muit be borne, without manufacturing artificial and needles.1 one; and the we rid ourselrea of the mote thorough! latter, the more energy and spirit we can bring lo bear upon the former. Walton, a lockmaker, of Birmingham, Eog , baa a master key which be claims la capable of opening 22,000 patent lerer locks, all the locks to be different that is lo say each of the 22,000 locks may be different in their wants and combinations. The key weighs three ounces and is nickel-plateIt has taken the inrentor three years to complete the drawing of the different wards and combination which enabled this extraordinary product of human ingenuity to be made. d. When a Chinese bo ia one month old his heat) is shrtvivl and a bladder is drawn over it, and na his head grow the bladder burnt and the cue sprouts forth. The first ehuve is made the occasion of a magnificent banquet and the guests are expected to make the hoit a handsome present in coin for the newly ebaren baby, with which a week. banknecount Is started to his credit. It ic estimated by Profesjor Gannymoie that in the United State, during one sea If we did not "mutilate," that ia edit down and put into shape for the printers, eon, 02,120 gallons of human blood are the manuscript sent in, o would noon at- drawn b niotquitoca. In twenty years, gal tract unenviable attention. Writers could, the grand total amounts lo 1,2 Ions of bload--near- ly a much as waa spillami we wish they would, but the do not, put tllelr manuscript in correct shape for ed during the war of the ruhollion. Theie immediate use; for ol all the various kind facts are alarming. Just think, will you, of editorial drudgery, doing that work is that In 100 years 121,840,000 gallqnB of as good blood as this country has over producthe worst. ed will have been spilled without a cingle It waa Mr. St John: Secretary Hero point having been gained. It U very well is a telegram from one of the Presidential to talk about thejnavy, but something candidates asking for a special train. should be done to protect the American President Certainly, let him have it. people from tho singing vnmpires of the Which oue ia it, illaino or Cleveland? Sec Arkansas Trnvelcr. night. retary Neither. It's Mr. St. John. I'res-den- t Wire him tho special train aro all A scientist aays: "One single oflter will engaged. produce 123,000,000 young oysters in the year." When he reaches the Mr. Isaac Came, a rich shoemaker of couro of a statistics concerning married one ho will Liverpool, who left his property to public doubt. charities, opened his first shop opposite the listoniflh ui, uo ' Don't Feel Like Work " building where ho had been n servant, snd put up a sign, which read; "I, Came from It make no dlUorenco what business you aro engaged In: whether you aro a preacher, a merchant over the way." 18,-10- Sidney Kmith wna lwrn in 1771 in England. Ilia fnthur vrria an Engliahmau A imlM.mltMit fortune, hU mother wna jf Frvnc'h oxirnotiou. Ho combined tho olil undiTrttiindiug of tho English with tho wit nud vivacity of tho French. Ho tviiK educntod nt Winchester School and Now College, Oxford. After completing bin coutw ho took holy orders, and settled rw n curnto in the pariah of whero ho did not atay long. Ho N'onino ofcsocmtod with tho Edinburgh li'rvtnv, nud una ono of tlio most contributors to that Jtevlcw, prolmbly tho moat popular on account of bin judgment and wit. In 1803 ho went to London, whero ho bocamo popular na a preacher and lecturer on moral philosophy. His essays wcro written chiefly on temporary topics and controversies, but took a good plnco in English for tho clear and vigorous reasoning, solid sense and exquisite humor which they displayed. His wit ia alwaya logical, driving homo his argument with irresistiblo iowor. His viows on political and social questions weru wiso and practical, and ho lived to sco most ol Ho erred at times in them adopted. treating sacred subjocta with lovity, but tho fault was attributed to his natural temperament, overflowing with a grotesque humor that could and wonhl mako anything ridiculous. Ho wrote bomo articles on tho llnancea of the United States, but they wero uovcr published. Ameu-iH-r- y, nt DRESS GOODS: of Fancy Dress Plaids at 5c per yard, worth 8Jc; A lot of handsome Brocado Dress Goods in all shades at per yard or 1G yards for 81, worth 10c everywhere; One lot of Lusters, warranted half wool, 10c per yard, 6c worth 15c; One lot of Double Width Colored Cashmeres at 16jc, cheap at 25o. Stackfc Towels 10c each; one lot Turkish Bath Towels, 12$e One lot Fancy Bordered Towels at 5c each; one lot each; one lot extra large Damask Towels 25c each; one lot Table Damask, warranted all linen, 25c per yard; ose lot Genuine Turkey lieu Table Linon 40c, worth 65c. Wonderful bargains in Canton Flannels, Wool Flannels, Linseys, Jeans, Basket Flannels, Blankets, Comforts,&c. All-line- n TOWBLiS dto 37L33XjiE! XjHSTOBlNrS- - CLOTHING. Wo are paying particular attention to this part of our business. Have now in stock an elegant line of Tailor mado Clothing that for style and finish can not bo excelled anywhere. It must be seen to be appreciated. The prices speak for themselves. Big attractions in Fall Suits. Come in and try on a coat, examine tho sowing, the linings-- , the button holes, tho pockets; note the fit and finish and observe the low price asked. Wo guaranteo a saving of from 83 to 85 on a fine suit. One lot Child's Wool Pants 15c per pair; one lot Child's Heavy Suits 81.25; one lot of Men's HeavA Pants, 75c per pair; one lot of Men's Heavy Winter Suits, 83 50, worth 86; ono lot Boys' Wool VestaV 25c, worth 75c and 81; Jeans Pnnts,90c, 81, 81.25, 81.50 and 81.75. We have a great many jobs in Clothing tint, you can't match for double the money. Overcoats all qualities. , liter-ntur- o .asrx In this department wo have met with unprecedented success. Men's good, heavy Shoes, 90c, worth 81.25; Mea's Fino Shoes 81.25, 81.50, 81.75, worth 81.50, 82 and 82.50 elsewhere; one lot Men's Fine Boots, 81.50; Ladies' ex tra good Winter Shoes SI per pair, worth 81.35; Ladies' Fine Shoes, 81.25, 81.50 and 81.75, worth from 50c to 75c per pair more; Ladies Fine Bdtton Shoes 81.25, 81.50 and 81.75; LadieV Custom made 8175, 82.25, 82.50, $2.85 and 83; every pair warranted; one lot Ladies' House Slippers, 20o per pair. You will have no trouble with but. tons coming ofl, as wo always put on patent buttons free of charge. Wo have an elegant line of Winter Boots for Men and Boys at prices that aro readily conceded to be below all competition. Boys' Boots at 75c, 81, 81.25, 81.50. and 51.75; Men's lull stock 82, 82.25, 82.50, 82.75, 83 and 83.50, and wo know them to be a great deal under regt Calf Box Toe Boots 83.90, sold every whero at 85. When you want a pair of Boote lar price?. Men's Custom-made or Shoes all we say ia bo sure to seo us before you buy. lftxth ireoafer. Noah Webster waa born nt West Hartford, Ct., iu 17C9. Ho graduated frV)m Yalo Collego, and waa admitted to the bar in 1791. Soon after this ho became and wroto several very a school-teachenblo dissertations on tho English language. In '1793 ho begun to issuo in Now York a daily paper called the Minerva, which waa soon after changed to Commercial Advertiser. About the yoar 1798 ho removed to Now Haven, and began his labora on hia "Dictionary on tho English Language," which was published iu 1828. Ho died in May, 1813. r in There are 5,000,000 France, the average Btxe of tho farms being about ten acres. The best land outside of tho vineyards there i worth about $100 per acre. Positive Curo for Piles. ay that To t)iAnnnlA of thia county we would r, land-owne- Ono lot Boys' Wool Hats 15c each; one lot Men's Wool-Hat- s wo ha70 no competition whatever. each; one lot Boys' Stifl Hats 60c, worth 81; ono lot Men's Fur Hat 75c, worth 81.50; one lot Men's Nob25c by Hats 8125, worth 82.25; one lot Men's Stifl Hats, 81, worth 82; ono Int Men's Stiff Hats 81.50, worth 82.50; one lot Men's Planter Hats 81.50, worth 82 25; one lot Men's Wiuter Caps 25c, worth 75c; ono lot Men's Fino ClotbV Cap s 35c, worth 75c; ono lot Boys' Polo Caps 15c and 20c. worth double. In this department A TEW SPECIALTIES FKOM KECENT NEW YORK AUCTION SALES. Ono lot Men's Unlaundered Shirts, reinforced Front Linen Bosom, 65c, real value 81; ono lot Men's Laundered Shirts 35c, worth 75c; oue lot Men's Custom Laundered Shirts, slightly Boiled, 75c. worjb from 81 to 81.50; ono lot Ladies' Fino Dolmans 85 each, worth 810; ono lot extra quality Ladies' Jersey Waists, SI. 50, worth 82.50; one lot Child's Wool Gloves 10c, worth 25c; one lot colored Bed Blankets 25 cents each; ono lot Ornaments, Fringes, Dress and Cloak Trimmings at your own price. Bia Bargains in Littlc Things. Ono lot colored Machine Thread, fivo spook for 10c, warranted good aa Clark's; good Pins, 3 papers for 10c; Children's Fancy Colored Hose 5c per pair; Men's Heavy Cotton Socks 5o per pair; Men's Fancy Socks, regular mado, 20o or. G pairs for 81, worth 40c per pair; Boys' Suspenders 10c or S pairs tor 25c, worth 15c per pair. Men's extra quality Suspeuders 25o per pair, worth 40c; ono lot Men's Scarf Ties 5c each, worth 25c; Black Rubber Cord 12 yards for 10c; good Blackintr, 2 boxes for fivo cents, worth fivo cents per box; French Blacking five conts per box, worth ten; ono lot Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs five centB each; ou box (12 cakes) Toilet Soap for ton cents; Crochet Needles two for five cents; Bjys' Linen Collars fivo cents each cents; Men's Linon Collars ten cents each or three for twenty fivo cents; Ladies' Laco Collars or six for twenty-fivthirty-five- , forty aud fifty cent?; nuo lot Ladios' geod quality Linen Collars fifteen, twenty, twenty-five- , at fivo, ten, cent?; Ladies Black and Tan Hand Bgs, twenty fivo cents, worth fifty; one (slightly soiled) four for twenty-fivseventy-fivcents each, worth one dollar and fifty cents; 12 dozen Shirt lot extra fino Russian Leather Pocket-book- s for five cents; fivo packages Hair Pins for "five cents, and an endlesj variety of other little things too numerButtous ous to montion. Our Fall shapes in Hats for Lidies nnd Misses havo commenced to come in and tho regular dealers prices are in many cases cut equaro in two. Plumes, Feathors, Tip3, Flowers, Ribbons and everything for trimming at ruinoua o o PrlCeS' vAlmTaltfwniMTim the atrencv o( Dr. Marchlil's Italian Tlio Ointment emphatically guaranteed to curo or moooy rofundod Internal, biiernai, CU1112 I'Oll 1ML.KX. Plies aro frcijuently itccinIwI hy a oimi of wcljilit In tli luick, loin unit lower part of tlie ntidamcn, quio olfaction c .lining tlio patient to iuiiioo lio lii nt the kidney or nelglil'vrliij; oriMiu, At timet, )initamof ImllgrMlon arc ircetit, n flatulency, iiiicanliicM of tlio itumacli, etc. A moliture, liko lertilrutlon, (irwluilng a cry ilUngrcvablu Itching, afttr gelling warm, li n cry common attemUut. UllUit, IllroJIngsiiJ Itching l'llcj jlthlat oncuto tho Application of Dr. lloi.inW 1'ite which act directly upon tho juirt snVctft, absorbing tho Tunmn, allaying tho Interne Itchlug anil affecting a iftnmuciit cure. 1'rico SO cent. AdJrco the Dr. IloAnnko Medicine Co., riqua, OLIo. .SoMbyMcllob-.crUBUgg.' u mechanic, a lawyer or a common laborer, you can't do your work well whllo you are tial' tick Thomandi try to, but all In .tain. How much bettrr to keep your organ In good order by taking l'arkor'a Tonic when you feci ''a little out ol sort." It would bo money la your pocket. Ono hour of rood, rejoicing health ii worth half a dot- eu hour full of lauguor and pain. abox. Blind, llloedtne or Itching Hie. Prlco 60 cent No cure, no pay. Penny A McAllatar, Drupglata. .. THY IT YOUHSKtiK, Tho proof of the pudding I not In chewing th trlng, but In bating an opportunity to try tho ar. tlcleyourteir. Mcltolxrt & Stag, tho DruggliW, hare a freo trial bottlo of Dr. lloianlo'a CoiigUand Lung Syrup for each and crery onoho I afflicted with Co u gin, Cold, Aithina, Couinuiplleu or any lung Affection. Wo cmnhaticallT KUrantr Pr. March!!' Ca- s, thollcan, a female remedy, to curo Female. Dlacan-ca Ovarian trouble, Inflammation and such UlroMllon. Falllna and dlanlaeemaot or bearing down feeling, Irregalarlttlca, Barrennew, Changs of Llf. Unconbwa, boalde many weaKocaaee nrlnalnfrom tho abore. liko Headache, Bloat- - Daughters, Wives and Mothers. Notwithstanding these goods were bought so low, wo can not afford to keep them in storo to look at, but have-markeprices on thorn that will guarantee thorn to go out with a rush within tho next fow weeks. Wo havo a great many bargains that we do not mention for want of time and space, but invito all to call. Wo will take pleasure in showing you around whether you intend to purchaso or not. Wo came here to do a business and intend doing it, let tho consequences bo what they may. Everything marked in plain figures and no goods sold on credit to any one. TRUNKS AND VALISES ! BIG ASSORTMFNT! PRICES L0WI S. L. POWERS Originators and St., St. Asaph Hotel Building, N. B. to 20 miles. CO., n Promote of lng.Bplnal Weakne, Bleepleune, Nertou de bility, Palpitation of the Heart, le. tor aoie oy druggUt. Price il and II 60 per bottle. Send to Dr. Marchtil. Utlca. if. Y., for ramphlot, freo. For aal by Penny A. McAUiter, Drugglit. Low Prices,-Mai- STANFORD, KYI By buying a small bill of ub you can savo enough to pay your railroad faro both ways for a distance of 10' Bring this bill with you as we advertise nothing but facts. 5tnu-8BttHfiInlerior0n- nra Btanford, Ky., October 28, 1884 W. P. WALTON. The Impression eems to prevail that the Troiwitlon for the people to rote the bond I am now oponlng In tho atoro room next to W. nigglns n now Bubecriplion for tbo Chesapeake & Ngh-Till- e BOOTS SHOES, and frosh stook of railroad is ne of the pet schemes of Miss Mary McRoberts has returned tliia paper. Such is by no means the case. SOLD ar- from St. Louis and will at once organize a "We took no part in the meeting which claps in decorative art, portrait and land originated the scheme and were not present scape painting. when it was adopted. We can always be Mrs. Bessie McQoodwin has purchased eeunted on, however, to advocate any enof Mrs, O. Beatty tho handsome pro(erty terprise that we believe will increase the on Main street nearly opposite the First wealth of the county by developing her Presbyterian church for $3,000. neoutces nnd civing greater value both to Mi. Howard Rice, of tho firm of Rico The increiso in the vote of Ohio over In reference to the valuo of theso her landa and her product. We havo that of four yean ago is 00,000 Tho dem Mahan & Co,, has sold out to Mr. George Which I offer to tho publlo at Low Prices. Oivo mo a trial. celebrnted BooIh nutl Shoes wo ro- atadicd the plan proposed and have failed Mr. Rice will they cast Cogar, of Hnrmdsburg. county can lose by ocrat cist 39,000 votes more than ejiectfuliy refer you to tho following to discover wherein the for Hancock, while the republicans, in probably go into business in Lancaster. the investment. We aro only asked to loan :.- -- t -n...n .i -- .... .,.: Mr. J. B. Nichols was in Richmond, gentlemen who havo bought them nnd oar credit to the railroad company, for only 10,000 more than thev cast for Ltncaster. Stanford and Harrodsburg last know their merit. Tho list is taken cist which we are to be fully secured by the Garfield. In other words, nearly two- - week in the interest of his canvass for irom memory nutl ol course many mortgage bonds of a railroad that is first thirds of the new vote since 1SS0 went dem- Member of State Board of Equalization. names aro omitted: destined to becomeone of the greatest trunk Mcsrs. A. P. Bruce und 8. G. Harlan, ocratic, while a large portion of the repubR. E. Barrow, & N railroad iinca in the South. The L. heretofore in the livery and sale stable busid lican was unquestionably obtainT. D. Nowlantl, mortgaged to tho amount of 550,000 to ia ed by fraud and wholesale bribery in large ness have dissolved, Mr. Harlan retiring. lhemilo an J vet its first mortgage bonds cities. Snniford Irwin, Mr. D. N. Hinman has purchased Mr. Harare above par. The new road'a mortgage lan's interest and the firm will now be P. D. Albright, UT.AI.I.U If Bruce Champ, tho old toper of the Bour- Bruce and Hinman. ia fixed at 530,000 and there is every asJames Duddorar, Horwo NIiouh, Hardware, UroccrlCH, Nnilillr, surance that in a tew years ita bonds will bon Ara, wan ta the old postofSce at Paris The Danville Literary Club met FriII. C. Bright, notwithstandNiUIn, Iron, lucUHWitrc, 1!mrk' be at a premium. Tie company has evi- converted into a day evening at the residence of Rev. E 1L inHiiKKJ' WIifolM, NIovch, CuiieltfillM, J. B. Bruce, dently much confidence in them for it re ing there are 40 licensed houses that sell Pierce. The question discussed wan "The HpokcH, rnCH, I.np Covor, Older F. J. Curran, contract for building toxicating liquors. Some men are never Relation of Christian to Heathen Nations." fated to let out the HtuiH, Ntuumrnru, Corn jhellerH, CoIInr, Tennessee river bridge on a proposition satisfied. Ed. Carter, tie Messrs. J. L. Allen, M. J. Durham, O. from contractors to do the work for half NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Beatty and R. A. Johnstone participating C. E. Martin, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and cash and the balanco in bonds at 00 cents in the debate. Geo. T. Mcltoberta, An easy victory for Taulbee is preCast Pumpi, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Hoofsaying that in no event oa the dollar, At Maaonheimer's Restaurant, oppo W. T. B. White, dicted in the Tenth district, John D. White's ing and Qu'.terinj will have prompt attention. should they go for lets than par. The home. Ky.', meals site the Court House, Danville, J ' Isaac Phillips, rf'KlIIPU, Mifiattti Jor Mlrtuht,Jr. county bonds arc not to be delivered until The estimate for the municipal ex- - are served at all hours. Game always on Rev. II. C. Morrison, only a penes of New York for 1885 amounts to hand and in jta season, Osters, fresh fish, tho road is an ateured fact and then John S. Murphy, small percentage of them, the bulk being $33,507,59012. and similar delicacies served in all styles retained until the entire completion of the Pacif- and on short notice. Look out for the Tho total debt of the subsidized Crnig Lynn, road. It will be worth hundreds of thou ic railroad to the United fitata on June sign ''Woodbine Restaurant'1 and call when Smith Baughman, , sands of dollars to the county tooecure the 30.1SS1, was S127.S23.015. you are hungry. F. W. Masonheimer & Eld. Joseph Ballou, proposed road and when wc may bo able to The Hebrew population of the United Co , Danville, Ky. Dr. Hugh Reid, secure it by a simple exchange of bonds States celebrated the centennial anniversary Your correspondent had been misinJudgo M. C. Saulley, when be stated In his Inn report in when the road is of Sir Moses Montefiore Sunday. formed equally as good as ours speaking of the death of Mr. J. H. Engle-man- 's George Logan, completed, we think the man who refuses The Louisville Exposition closed in a daughter Cnristine, that she d and blaz) of glory Saturday night. During the had little to vote in favor of it is Dr. J. G. Carpenter, been atlhcted with lyphold feyer in the DKlLiai IN selfish and ban no interest in the future day 30,000 to 40,000 people attended. Istter part of her illness. Her sickness nnd John Bojley, Drugs, Books, Stationery and good of the county. The chief examiners to the patent effico death were caused alone by tlux, o prevaA. R. Penny, lent here during the summer aud fall. tiranuy Hruuius. the great armies decide that T. O. Bell has the clearest -- "V". One week from i. ouic era .v Mews. David and Frederick Bonner, Judgo J. M. Philips, "nim. ffix6--" VI. of tho democracy and the republicans will tle to the Speaking Telephone Invention. sons of Robert Bonner of New York were ur.u r u rbytldana' rn script lorn arruraltly compounded. Peter Carter, A father, son and nephew were murderin town several days latt week. Mr. Jar. Also sect in the battle of the ballots to deter-aain- e W. E. Varnon, thoroughly, underwhether an honest, capable and con ed at Clinton, Louisiana, and four of the F. Zimmerman who now has stands the newspaper W. F. McClary, servative staterman (hall sit.at the head of murders were captured and hanged in two charge of the business buslne, and local depart.govermental affairs for the next four years hour. John Bright, Sr., ment of the AdrocaU. Mr. Geo. Allen left The Largest Stock ,of Watches, Clocks, Kelley Sloan, who killed Wm. Smith Friday for Chicago where he has eecured a or whether there shall be a continuance of Willie B. Walton, r Jewelry and fiilvorwaro Commission position as in the republican misrule by the election of a in Maysville, three years ago, was tried, John Dudderar, 1 louse of McCimpbell & Co. office-holdand an convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary proved liar, a bribed Krr r lirouht to Ihli insikf l prlws lhaa The little convention called for MonTom Stone, the IO writ. WatchM. Hocks atul Jrvclrr Ito- nnecrupulcus adventurer. The signs are for life. day to ascertain whether or not John T'lrtd on thoit nolle and Warrant!. Charles Crow, L. A. Boyd, train dispatcher of K. C Hughes actually did sell that drink of that the light will,'prevail and that after Rev. J. M. Bruce, .March next the democrats wul examine R. R. at Paris, has resigned, to take effect whiskey to Bill Hulett, did nothing in the Mr Hulett wan about the prcmites. G. G. Helm, the books, which for 20 years have been November 1. Too much work and not court bouse Monday and seemed not to be closely guarded from public rcrutiny, enough pay. of Master Peyton, suffering materially from tho Dr. A. II. Soinmcrs, father of Harry A. the drink. At the time this report closed Kentucky is sure to cast her electoral vote J. A. Harris, to that end, but a vote lesa in the popular Sommers,of tho Elizabethtown Yeir& died John Rickets was on trial for selling some Zan Duddorar, saajoiilr will be hailed by the republicans suddenly at Rockville, Marland, last Sun- other individual a drink Reuben Williams, as a gain for thtm and will be heralded far day night. Wm. Carpenter, An incendary fire burned the barn and and near that even olid old Kentucky ia wavering in ber allegiance to the party 20,000 pounds of Burley tobacco, near D. B. Holtzclaw, belonging to Mrs. L. R. Welch, which for sixty years made this the grandHaving determined to change mr business, I D. Perkins, ler lor tale (rrlialelr) mr Saw Mill. situated on country on the globe. We should then Thursday night. est Brush Creek, in Cater county, Ky. The Knglnr George Penny, At tho Baltimore municipal election Is stationary: Boiler Vixl I; Koglne lOx'iOt Counbe up and doing in Lincoln and give Cleveter Shaft 2. leet. Edclne Saw and Orlst Mill at P. Carter, land and HendrickB as many votes as we Thursday showed a democratic gain of 6,12 tached. Tb prortrty It and DaCAXilCXtrd l.N- E. C. Walton, or nearly 200 per cent, on the majority. They did Tilden in 1870, and the natural increase Good Itunniiig Order. DniRK, Wall Paper, U'iiieM. irliihlcal A. F. Evans, heefdes. Tho majority in that year was carried the city by 9,597. Timber plenty and accessible. I would be willing dlCtlllfUlM, IIOOKK, i.imior IiiNlrueuieiifH. Thomas House, William Kelley an accessary to a mur- to exchange fur good farm stock, such at ilulet, 527. "We can beat this 100 or more if we . Pal ii In. Nlalloucry, ciirani l'oekul Hones, Cattle, Ac. ' OilM, was given nine yeara ia Louisvillo the NoupM, try and every man ehould feel it is duty to der Persons wlthlng to engage In the lumber busiHull. Dudderar, T'olincc'OK. Ciillcrv. opening by applying to l.UMlpM, Perfumery, Firo Arms Mnelilii make the effort. Let every man do his du- other day. This is perhaps more than the ness will find a good Daniel Stagg, Jr., i, on ax, ii i lluitonvllle, Ky. toQ-- lt Aeeulcft. ty and if we fail of victory, which we do murderer got. OtirJfTTelrr, Kllvcnrnrft nnd "ptltttl Woods Department Is In Clinrgo of Col. R. B. Woods, Kelley Sloan, who killed Wm- - Smith in not believe we will, we will haye the consoIhos. lUclmrds, who will Hopalr (Valclirs and ClockH Promptly nutl In tho best Richard Orr, Maysville three weeks ago, goes to the pen- G-.F- 1. fllj 10 e lation of knowing that the fault lies W. P. Walton, itentiary for life. His father-iin the Mt. and not with us. Sterling jail for A. K. Denny, THE DKUGGIST. Scarcely less of importance than the A seat in the New ork Stock ExRichard Cobb, - Presidential contest is the election of Con- change recently sold for $21,000 which is R. T. Mattingly, B & 7 Vi Sal ' BB v bH A flrBAIf gressmen. The democrats have now a mahi the lowest price in five years, the highest Is Preparing1 for a Lively Summer W. J. Daugherty, about 70 in the popular branch jority of Trade. price ever paid being $35,500 at the National Legislature and yet the Dr. M. L. Bourne, Griffin Halstead, fatner of Murat 'of goodi, In every variety uiually found Ills line republicans claim that they intend to wipe Wm. Daugherty, in a Brat class Houte of the kind, la while going home on Paddy's Run, luge and complete. out this large majority and change it to a Clermont county, Ohio, Saturday John W. Bastin, night, AND majority for their aide of the House. It is fell over an embankment and broke his Judioious Alterations in the Internal F. 31. Flenner, a part of their policy to claim even the neck. Secure Boom Comfort ! John Fergu&on, and Better Display. satire planetary system and when they do E 0. Filzzerald, a young railroad offGeo. Dunn, they make extraordidary eflortu to nccom-plis- h icial, engaged to Miss Lillie Carington, A Full and complcto liHsorfmuut of FuriiKure, etuhi-HcliiParticular attention Is called to ev such claims. They are exerting daughter W. II. Higgins, from (ho ChcnpcHt lo tlio Finest Nulled. Ne of the Mayor of Richmond, Va., A Large and Elegant Addition to the themselves to the utmost now and it be- on his wedding day, accidenlly need to ro to llio larRe cllleH lo make your pnreliHHCH, no matter MikoElkin, shot himStock of Jewelry. hooves the democracy all over the conn-tr- self and will die. wIiatqiiaiitKy ir qualify you uniit, hn I can and will duplicate Walker McKinney, And articles o vertu. to pee that it is not caught napping. any prlc'CH you can ohtiilu elHeivkcre, frelRlit beliiR added. AIao In its issue of last Friday the lluilroad Robert Ferguson, This district ia not so strongly democratic Gatdlc has a record of the construction a full iiSNorlmeiit ol CollltiH, Ciu'ch, NliroudH and IlolteK, cmbrac-Iii-r of rr-W. F. 3IcKinney, that we can tako any chance i. It gave 74 miles of new railroad during the past nil llio New Ntylen, both elieap and expeiiNlre. Wnr roami Boss Dillion, ST oppoHite St. AHiiph Hotel, Klanford, ICy. Phil Thompson less than a 1,000 majority week, making 2,880 miles reported to date John Bright, Jr., when tho republicans had a candidate whose for the current year. record wat not as pure as it might have CD H. J. Darst, The steamer Henry Frank was burned TAYLOR'S .opER ?0 CD been. This time they oiler a man against Thursday night in the lower Jno. S. Owsley, Missipsippi, BOSS Ctlr' .a Co. be charged, but a painwhom nothing can f 1 1S) K JV and im near Davis' Crevasse. Boat and cargo a CD James A. Carpenter, ful ignoranco of public men and measures. total loss. No lives were lost. Boat vald O CHAMBEIISBURG, PA. Adam Pence, They will rally as a min to hia support and ued at CD O $40,000 and insured for $35,000. iJvfccSSn-T- Sti .) Five Awards at the Loninvillo Exposi Pen? J. E. Floionco, the democracy should be as patriotic. The Alex. Tribble, a rich farmer near Rich-monUUU 1U lOOO. O xH." jy s!fy party has 'preeented a candidate who is Matt. Hutchinson, Ky., will pay $00 to any lawyer CD 2 lo 2.V) liono Jiowi-r- . Lf(,MlUSI0Kjr (.. from 8air Mills O above reproach, one who has honored every who CD Gabo Walters, CD e will eecure for Wm. Neal, condemned totlio lursit Mamlnnl m. I'ortablo Cora Mills from Ilia North Carolina Mill Btonn Co., tho station in life to which he haa been called. Ashland, Ky., KA. t - 3 Robert G. Hail, muiderer, communication of O 03 CD host Mills In the world for insVlDg meal fur table As citizen, soldier, LsgUIator and Dover- - his death sentence. He is evidently CD me. Wrllo for prlcM. AiMrcn a Ballou, H. O ernor he has acted his part with great cred- crank. e-C3KO. Rev. A. C. Newland, to himrelf and to his constituents, who fit O The receipts of tho Depart King, QKNKIIALAGT., Addio P. HAMTON, oca gnizs in him a capable, safe and con- ment for the fiscal year ended June & CD 30, Jesso Walters, CD TraTellng Agtnt. scientious man in the discharge of every 18S4, exclusive of money order Htankobd, Ky revenue, is J. II. Bright, duty and obligation. Such a man is Hon. $11,818,035, and expenditures $10,411,772, Chas. Dunn, James Bennett McCreary.our honered stan- leaving a deficiency of $3,591,127, which is G-3ESDr. Leo F. Iluflman, dard bearer and the democracy will be false attributed to the reduced postal rates. And a boat of others. does not rally as a man to to itself if it M. Horace E. Demiog, Chairman of the Tho Buoll Block is tanned by tho Bupport. nis insjority should not be les National Committee of the Independents time cold lifjuorpro-CJB3- , than 2,000 and if every democrat does his estimates that tho Independent vote in New ANDHurrah for the mod-e- l duty it will be moro. in thereby producing soft and picas York Stato for Cleveland will be not lees who is destined to make the than Governor, O sixty thousand, and tho State will ant wearing material. Any method hi district a model Congressman, equal to, if surely go democratic. that will tan stock in ten to thirty not auperior, to any she has ever had. The Masonic Grand Lodge of Ohio w PD h? CD days in order to mako it cheap will O A JiiirKtt Ntoelc of (ho follouluft The official returns of the Ohio election adopted a resolution declaring it the opiO unavoidably destroy its life, and when r I 5- - cd show that the republicans are in the minori- nio of the body that eellini! Intoxicating 2 CD tho oil usod in dressing evaporates tho ty by 2,113, that is they lacked those fig- drinko is a Masonic offense, and should disleather becomes hard and brittle. A ures of having as many votea as tbo demo qualify any one from Initiation or applicaBaker Grain Drills, Buckeye Grain Brills, greenbackers and prohibitionists com- tion in any Masonic lodge. crats, single thought should convinco you MoSherry Grain Drillo, Hooeier Grain Drills, Tho soldiers who fought in the last bined. Considering that Blaine was wont that notwithstanding tho diflerence in JFtzmmmmm Kalamazoo Harrows war propose to havo a great reunion at New to remark in his speeches whilo prico, you can better afford to buy Oharapion Bulky Plows, Champion Steel Beam Plows. EmmW RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E over the State that he would re- Orleans during the Exposition. The Ex Older Millr, Uano Mills, Oano Mills, Evaporators, Peed BuELia Boots and Suoes. Gutters, gard anything less than 20,000 majority hlbition managers have voted $10,000 for A favorite nreserlntlon of nne of flu BuRgioB, CnrriBKCO, Surroyn, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, &o. mini uotod and successful sperlallMBln tlin IT. H the purpose, and land has been secured and i now rPiircui lur im euro ui there'll defeat, we suppose that in h is GEO. H. BRUCE & CO,, iie.uiuii. l.ont .irun'iuod, irriAiirr.ntl ltrrttu Houl ho must think the result a 1,000 tents will be constructed for the Irte li!llalnsculedciivclorx!-ne- . iJruggltiii-ivuflUlSolo Agonts for Buoll's Boots ifcShoqs, A few niolluearid Fursl nnd JJraclley Stilliy IMown nt Kcbm (linn Aidrew DR. WARD &. CO., Louisiana, Mo. accommodation of the voterinc fntd to elose out. Waterloo for him and bis pirty. STANFORD, KY. New York had another grand democrat lo parade Saturday night, when 250,000 people turned out. The World, which with its daily edition of 125,000, ia doing such noble work for the party, is confident that the State will go democratic and rays: 'The skies are growing brighter and brighter politically. Report from the interior of this State are full of encouragement for tho friends of Cleveland and Honest Gov ernment. Bo far ai this portion of the State Is concerned matters could not be in a better shape. The city will give Mr. Cleveland at least 00,000 majority. Brooklyn and Kings county are good for 20,000 more. Jt ia as certain as anything political can be that Mr. Cleveland will receive a larger majority this side of Harlem Bridge than Mr. Tilden received in 1S7G." DANVILLE, BOYLE COUNTT, Rev. Father Lawler, of St. Patrick's church, Louisville, is hero the guest of Hot. A. J. Brady. Mrs. Maggie Cecil and her sister, Misi Mary Pickard, are visiting Mrs. Granville Cecil at Melrose, this county. Mr. Wm. Brothers has acceptod a situ ntion with B. F, Phillips and is now absent on a business trip in Tennessee and Geor DOXtFT Vt FORGET TUB wan mm wm wm NEW STORE! NEW DRUGS! n. 11 II ft ll & -- ll old Drussisti GEO. H. BRUCE & CO, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationery, Fancy Articles, &c, ike. 1m. m.:. BOTrawK, m x. one-thir- Wi Hi EilGGINSy Mill, bar-roo- Hanie, Whip, " -- TATE & PENNY PHARMACISTS, short-sighte- ' Cr JEWELERS. 83s&f: i ,i V.."1 U-- . -- book-keepe- r9PSS&Ps M'ROBERTS&STAGG Nich-olasvill- e, Saw Mill For Sale! wsll-kuo- n. Opora House Block, Stanford, Ky., In j la else-'wher- s Peacock cattle-stealin- HUSTONVILLE, KY., Iv, hi' Hal-stea- d, -- UIVTDBRTAKER, Xelex in XTiwiiittire Parlor R crylilii; y P. P'bCfQ H p! & B3.8B- P. P 4 p!3 s d, B Pi Q3 " o LJ m . rJ JBfe?2" s;PfjEu Taylor Manufacturing .M j fron-DJO- tt r- Post-offic- e c-- D.WEARE, P & Ml D. HfTXSARXSIff, -- MO o.! 2 0 0 Pi Pi BJ COMMISSION MEltCAMT HP P T 4 MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. s S&AS0S&&S& hippo-dromin- g FREE! ftsj n are very dry here now, havint; had no rains since the 10th of June. No wheat has A young widow in Vanceburg will soon been planted yet Corn sells at 30 cents, FiiEsit Fmu always on hand. J. T. liar-ribe married to her step eon, and then that cotton 8 cents per pound, wheat 00 cents. m - ,i in Corn and tottou are short crops, wheat 's Octobor 28, 1881 liiniM. Stanford, Ky.( TilR little McKlroy Gleaner took in $11 fellow will bo his own father. good. Stork horns, which are Dr. George Welch and Mies Beltie in demand at low, except at their itippcr. a eood price." Peyton, of Jessamine, oloped to Cincinnati Sixteen pounds Hc.ht C. or now crop last week and were married. A young l.&N. LOCAL TIME CARD. To the Editor of the Interior Journal. 1 U 45 r. at. N. O. HUgar for $1. at Cr IrIiI & CurronV In the issue of last Friday you said Mall train going North .... lawyer here is wearing mourning since the aaaaa 1 M p, M. . ' Houlh ' "Cleveland has the 163 votes of the South 1 It a.m. ExDrc strain" Mouth Please call at UrlhtA Currant where receipt of the cruel news. dead sure start oo, which leaves him " Norh " 14S a.m. Mr.T. Wamlsy Hamilton nnd Mits just 18 voteto from the nomination, which our books arc kept and settle your coal acTnaabovoja calculated on standard time. Bolar Iiattie Dudderat were married in Louisville requires 201 vote." By looking over the count. Wo need the money. I. M. Hruce. tlmel .ibout SO minutes falter m last Thursday. Mr. Hamilton is connect- table of States cisting their votes for HanJust in. A Wr line of Heating Stoves ed with the L. A N, railroad at Richmond cock in 18S0 you will sre tho electoral votes LOCAL NOTICES. and Urates and "cheaper than tho cheap, Junction and is a sober and industrious of these States amount to 173, requiring Huv your school book from Tale & only 23; and New York with 30 will give est," at ilrighttfc Curran'. young man. i tie Drltle is a daughter oi ennf. Cleveland 200 without Indians, S more IIea ixjtTAUTr its for school booka nt Mo Wk want all those indebted to lis for Mr. Hull Dudderar and is a worthy young than is necessary to elect him, Connecticut, Roberta ASUekV. lady. Indiana and other doubtful States not coal and lumber to come and pay us New flXaden of ready mixed paint for meat, L. M. Lasley. counted. Yours. DEATHS. now nt wc need tho money to buy hogs. "pring tra Je at Mcliobcrta olRg . We were speaking of the Southern Stat s Hayden. As announced in our last is entirely, no, all the States that Hsncock Watches and Jewelry repaired on short Williams A Ramsey. notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. The Georgia Mlmtrcls will make fun sue, Hon. Leo Ilayden departed this life, carried. Ed. A compute Mock of jewelry, lalcet for us to night at the Ojxta House. If during the night of Thursday, Oct. 23d, How He Got a Position. style. Heck font watches n fptcialty. Tae you want to laugh as you ncTcr havo be after a long confinement to hia room. He A I'ciitiy. "I spplled for a poiltlon In a blinking homo In was born in Marion county, Ky., January Wall street ilxtnonthi ago, and although I prov Douiii.e and tingle barrel "hot guoa fore, don't fall to tee them. Alan nmtntinl-tto10, 1S07 and was therefore in his 78th year. ed my competency they would not take tne. I hid t rauglnir. from S3 to $100. Wk are moving our stock to the new been down on y and looked old and of all klnilrt nt McKoberta & Staee'. His parents were strict Cttholics and mov An Idea struck in luck got up a nc-- r growthibabbt of hair me. I store room two doors above, where our cused with a number of others from Mary with I'srkci'a llslr t'nlsam, alid detent lultol tomers and others will And us in the future, PERSONAL. land to the county named aboreafewyeara clothes, applied again, anJ they took me In a minwith the best gooihi for the lowest prices. ' Mn. and Mum Titos. Mi.tcai.f bate previous to his birth. He was educated ute." So willea a clerk with J2.000 raliry. The A Metcslf. moral Ii plain. rsrkei'illalrBaliani gives a pcr- Irom a visit to his father's at Wnrrtn for,' a Catholic priest, but when tho time j relumed aon n now face. Ci.Oaich, Cloaks, Cloaks, New Markets, cauiujhe decided against tho cherished wish.NicholMvillb. "Hough on Rati" clears out Rata and Mice. 15c, A letter from Xishville states that New Markets, New Markets, Russian Cir- es of his parents and began the study of 'lloifgh on Curni' for Corns and Bunions, He. Itov, II. C Morriaon in down with the fe- culars, Russian Circulars, Russian Cir- law. Removing to Wayne county he pracThin people, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores culars, at HnydenV, HaydenV, Harden's, ticed there for teveral years and became health and vigor, curia dyspepsia, Ac. ft. ver, it is thought. " "Rough on Toothache" gives Instant relief. Ifc. prominent in the affairs of the county. In Joixib J. 8. VanWimcle and H P. ranging in priced from $." to $25. Ladles who would retain freihneassnd vivacity, 18 13, after one of the most memorable conJacobs, I , of Danville, were the only On the second trial of James Liy, at don't fall to try "Wells' Health Renewer." visiting lswyera hero yesterday. tests ever known in a local race In that sec "lluohu-palba,- " great kidney and urinary cure. j Somerset, for tho unprovoked killing of old Mn K T. Yot'NO has caught the Texia jion, he was elccttd on the Whig ticket to Kilos, roachei, ants, rats, mice cleared man Dalton, a Boyle and Whitley county the Legislature oyer Shelby Coffey, a very out by "Rough on Rats." 15c. fsver nnd therefore oiler his farm for tent jury agreed on a verdict of 15 years, when 'Rojgh on Coughs," troches, 15c; liquid, 25c. man. They were so equally and other proerly for sale on the 12th of it waa the general improion that he popular in For children, slow In development, puny and November. the popular estimation that it delicate, use "Wells' Health Renewer." ought to hang. The Drst jury stood 11 for matched was hard to determine who would be the Gov Knott his appointed Mr. L. ! hanging "Rough oo Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 16c. e. and one for a penitentiary Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, geiual Debility' winning man, when it was decided among Loeley (.'oniniliuloncr from the 8;h .. District to the World Krpooilion nt their friends that the candidates should cured by "Wells' Health Rcniwer." tl. Mother Swan's Worm Byrup, for feverlshneu, Saw and Giust Miu Huhned settto the matter in a rough and tumble worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c, New Orleans. '2 and i o'clock Sunday morning, the fight and Mix Lou McKinnkv, of Lincoln, is "I won both the fight nnd the Stinging, irritation, all Kidney and Urinary visiting Mtss Mattie lbnts, at Highland saw nnd grist milt belonging to John Butt, election," the old gentleman used to say complaints curd by "Uuibu-palba.- " tl. Night sweats, fever, chilli, malaria, dyspepsia, Home, (lis handsome country place of Mr. located in j half a mile of Highland, was with a smile. After fcerving his term he burned causing a loss on machinery, lum- removed to this county in 1810 and giving cured by "Well' Health Renewer." A'. IJ. Uonta. Harrodsburg Democrat. My husband writes a lady) Is three times the J. Wesley Dimiham, Kmj , of Dan-vill- ber nnd grain of $1,000 The fire is attrib- up the prartice of tho law, he engaged in man since using ' Wells' Health .Renewer." 11. If you are filling, broken, worn out and was hero on legal business Saturday, uted to tho careleiwnesa of the watchman, farming and trading with great financial use "Wells' Health Renewer." tl. He trlli us tl at Boyle will give McCreary whs left the property to take care of itself. success, accumulating it is said 225,000 Prevalence ot Kidney complaint In America; a majoril), but fears that owint to the Hat The los of the mill is a very serious mat- During his long life he married five times. s a quick, complete cure, f 1. " lcritM and St. Johnile. Maine will receive ter to the community, which depended al- His first wife wss a daughter of Col. Ew-iomost entirely on it for its grinding. This his record Miss Sarah Wallace, by a plurality. SETT ADVKIvnSKHKHTs. is tho second mill Mr, Butt has lost by whom all his children were born, Mrs. W- LOCAL MATTERS. tire within a year or two. (1. Welch, E B. and J. W. Hayden and Hill OnlonH inul Plymoth Rock wifi was a A ooo I) rain fell last night. Chicken. Democratic Rally. Meetings of the they survive him, his third Mrs. Taylor; his fourth, Miss Wallace, a sisdemocrats of Lincoln will be held next Having had several years' experience with the The Georgia Minstrels ter to his second, ard his fifth and present, Hll OnloDs and Plymoth Roik Chlckms, with 1 a.. Saturday, Nov. 1st at the places named Mr. astlsfsctory results, we want everybody else that Get your hats from IJruce A Co. the speakers whose names are Mrs. Malinda Butler, nee Miller. wanla them to share with us In thflr excellency, ... of the original incorporaaud as thr Unions must be let between tbe 1st and given with them will urge the people to Hayden was one StMiAiW very low at T. H. Walton's. 13th of Kovnuler, on next Monday, November fd, h the support of Cleveland, Hendricks Mc- tors of the old National Btnk of this place County Court day, the Unions willa uu f"nd at lllggins' urocery .. . . t Hut your winter underwear from Hruce Creary and Reform: At McKinney, Judge and for years a director in it, and to his su- ens In a wagon on eiore, ouniorn, i. ium.un. tnesireei. r.verTi'i hupmi A Co. ltrier judgment in monetary affairs much themselves with seed MjKVA iivnm.E.7 . Varnon and D.R. Carpenter; Milledueville, of its success was due. Though close, be A Feu. lot of Zelgler Hros'.Shoes Just re Hon. T. P. Hill, Jr , and M. Peyton; was a man of tho strictest integrity and STRAYED OR STOLEN! ceived 'at 8. II. Shanks'. Station, Judge M C. Saolley; Arhoneity, and in the accummulation of bis ab!, J. W. Alcorn; Crab Orchard, Col. T. Ktb, From Hiistonvllle, "Q tha n'ght of LAitur. lot of new goods arriving this large estate, no man could clsim he wrong- an IROS GREY HORSE, IS1, hn,1 Octobor ,hrc "'" P. Hill: Ilostonville, WalUce K. Varnon; week at T. R Walton's. ed him nf a cent. During the present year ptars old next eprlig no covered with small Halls Gap, Hon. W. O. Hansford; High r.rfi I ill trlr n inltaMo reward for hia dellv- II. C Hiti.ev, the merchant tailor, has land and Tunnel City, W. II Miller and he professed religion and jsined the Baptist ry ti me at MlJdleburg, Ky., or hr any luforma- lo D" "on rroYD, Ky. on hand a very tine line of suitings. Call J. B. Paxlon; l'reachersville, Judge J. M. church nnd had since tried to live a christMlddletu:g, jjg.Jt was perfectly conscious of his apat once Atid examine. Philips. All the meetings will be held at ian. He proaching dissolution and expressed him . The Georgia Minstrels will give a 2 o'clock r. ti. except at Tunnrll City self resigned to the Master's will, nnd then which will be held at 7 r. t Everybody He grand street parade this afternoon. almost without a struggle his life's light is invited and the various prtclnct sub com ire and see th'em then and flickered out. The funeral sermon was DAY OF lwlllonSTrRDAYTHEI8T . .,,- - mittecs are requested to have one or more deed, oHloy i8t, preached nt the Bjptitt.church by Rev. J-- on the rremlfei, ssexeuitor taim on 8teart Allen which Hank Btook. Twenty shares in Citi- representatives at each meeting. Hy order rent the miles from ntanford on tlm Hruce and the remnlus interred in Ucatley now lives 1), zen's National of Lancaster. Address or of the county committee. J. E Lynn, Hustonvllle plkr. belonging to the estate of Roy Buffalo Cemetary, Saturday morning. bUiwart dctd. containing about 153 call at iNKEitton Joi'UNAL office. chairman. Janusry HS5. Wheat sowed. given Messrs. II. S. Withers, D. W. Vandeveer, niado known on davot renting. C Crooko A C colored coa Ur With. Friday a man who J. S. Murphy, T. W. Miller, T. P, Hill, One of Cauuht JIUHPII, J. tf. Itx'or. R. 8tewart. 2DJ.3t miners, John Johnson by name, fell dead wrote on the Commercial Hotel register Sr., and John J. McRobcrts acted as pall "James Hudson and wife, Mary Hudson, bearcre. at Livingston, Saturday of heart disease. ..a Paint Lick," obtained rooms at that hostel Anotheii shipment of Huell'e famous ry and would have no doubt successfully RELIGIOUS. water proof Hoots and Shoes for men woHaving secured rooms at Mr. R. G. Alford'a, I g played it on the proprietor had not tho Mr. McKlroy received five persons into am prepared to save the ladles In Hruce men and children expected n.lntiipr almliof sewlnfln the best style and at man got drunk during the day and raised a the church at Coffey's Sunday. A Co. reasonable rates. Eollcltlng a share ol your patron ... row with his alleged wife. He wanted to Dr. J. W. Cox will begin a meeting age, lam, respeclluliy, JI1HS KI.I.A SMIt,RY, Teachers' Institute commences in whip her, bu,t sho sought the protection of at Walnut Flat next Sunday at 11 A. M. The Stanford, Ky. 292.1m and re- other men and then gatohim away, iter the OJd Fellow' new Hall Rev. J. M. Hruce will begin a protracted mains in session four day. lljv. J. A. name, ahe said, was Mary Smith, that sho meeting nt Crab Orchard on tho 10th of & Hogle will cenduct It. was not his wife, but belonged to the sport- November. He will be assistid by Rev. H. Carding and Splnalng our We It is understood that Mr. Harden leaves ing sisterhood of Lexington. Hudsonletwas T. Daniels, of Richmond. five new church- and are runningwork. mill for can be sent by express Wool dolnggood off DrGuerrant organized devising his eauto to but three chil- arrested for disorderly conduct and a will to us snd returned same way; pack grease secureCardlDg white rolls, 8 cts., black dren equally and My. D. W. Vandoveer is with the pitiful One of $5, but he could es during the lait eynodica! year and dedi- ly In bundles. cts., per pound when grease la furnot pay it as the wnmsn hsd gotten all his cated five others. He enrolled 012 mem and mixed, 10 a.'ded when we furnish It. Bend on appointed executor. nished, 2 cents your wool aud give us a trial. money and he was accordingly locked up bers during the time. in C. IT. WATSOX A SOX, Am. persons Indebted to the late firm of in jail. If the Hotel man bad done his duMltcbellsourg, Ky 270-The American Missionary Association m Penny A McA lister will save cost by pay- ty he would have used hia boot toe with closed this year with a debt of $13,785.SG. ing the same between now and the 20th of decided emphasis where it would do the its total receipts being $287,593, the lega! Noyember I mean all. Oeo. McAUster. most good. The woman was a very braxen cies being only about half of the previous I offer for sale privately my farm, near the year. 1 mile west of Mt. Wr. invite attention to our new stock of specimen of har class and ought to have Two South Carolina Deacons will en- Bnleiu county, conttlnlng Lincoln n dealt with also. GlruMwa-- e and Queersware, new styles nud Itf Is a largt barn on tbe place gage in a praying content for a purse at 07k Acre, There inul thn Minn- lmnroTriiieiits ar lair. It la well deaigns, Couiu -- ml get our prices and we at Orangeburg. watered and rente;'. I h ve acres in tobacco aud Circuit Coukt. The fall term of this the colored we will save you money. S. S. court was convened yesterday at 0 30 by with tho know that that I win 15 acres in The brother who is the last to Bay amen f.irm or not.corn the purchaser sell either Trms lib as deslrs Myers A Co Judge Owsley, who immediately had the knocks the psrsimmons. eral. Call on or addrea It. IV. JsI.YA, Ky. Mt. 281 2m fallowing grand jury sworn: W. M. Laxkey, Rev. 1. 8. McKlroy having written to The name of tho Kings Mountain which is situated on the Somerstt J. 8. Ows!oy,Wsley Eubanks, V. B. Owens, tho Elders that he had fully determined to COaniEKCIAL HOTEL! pike, in this county, has been changed to H.B.Floyd, W. H. Hockor, Dr. S. G. accept tho Ml. Sterling call, the congregaPlcAsant Point, with Mrs. Laura L. Faulk Hockor, P. W. Carter, foreman, Harry tion Sunday effered no obiticle to his deciICV. Dunn, S. J. Eaibry, Choj. A. Redd, Sr., sion but parsed seme highly eulogistic resncr a postmistress. Ihavcnnted the above centrally located Hotel, W. H. Dudderar, A. J. Haden, 8. H. Helm olutions about him. and will use every eflort to give entire satisfaction Geo. H Hrccr A Co , present an nrray p. wr, uniion roweier ana J. n loung. ino o. to the public. Neat, cool rooms; excellent table; of names in support of their proposition LAND. STOCK AND CROP. cheap rates. Give me a call. latter wus n little behind nnd wa lined ?",, that Ituell's boots nnd shoe are tho best on J, It. CLAMt. Thos. House sold to I). X. Prewett, 9 jwj-I- ui but the Judge remitted it on his present the market, that cin't ha gainsayed. Ask ing a reaBOtiabio excuse. Forwtus Reid head of fuedem at 4 centx. any of them of their merits and they will SALE. Fort Sale. A pair of extra fine work TWO FARMS was also fined $", which was allowed to recommend them. ngalnst him. Commonwellh's At- milks. John Bright, Stanford. remain I offer for sale two farm', lying on tho Stanford It. G. Collier sold to John JI. Hail, a and bomcrset plVe. one containing iiyt Ares, A LAiKiK and well selected lot of fall and torney R. C. Warren charged the jury and mile east of V'aynsburg btailon, C. ti. 11.11., winter suits and a great variety of over told them of all the crimes in the category pair of oxen, 3,550 lbs , for $160. and one oi I'm Acres, 1 mile north of said station. Considerable fruit, plenty of water, timber, dc. Fou Sale. 17 head nice coats havo just been received at J. W. Hay- - which they must look into. ,mPr.vement.fa.r. Tho petit jurors are as follows: G. S. steers K. II. lSronatiRii, Crab Orchard. 2t. will take the cake in price den's which Waynosburg, Ky. SOMm Mr. Jeff Clojd beata nil the beeta Bent and quality. He sure and givo hia Block McKinney, C. L. Reynolds, G. G. Fair, M. ' His weighed 11 to this office so fir. S. Jones, J. W Walter, E. F. Gaines, J. M. an inspection before purchasing. McRoberts, George L. Carter, N. W. Samp, pounds. I have just returned from In Shelby county, corn shucked in the Mii.MNr.uY. eon, T. J. Hill, John O. Neal, G. A. Lack-ofield brought SI 75 last week, and in Madithe cities with a full line of the latest Tilford Alexander, A. C. Robinson, G, SALE OF LIVE STOCK, AC. son $2.01 to S2.0S per barrel. Htyles of fall and winter millinery and am W. Ashlock, Wm. fsevcracco, J. E Carson, decided ro to dally receiving new gooda. 1 call the at Lewis Dudderar, J. L, Murphy, 8. 11, J. J. Walker sold hia farm of 225 Having lic outcryto to the Teias, I will rent at pubhighest bidder, on tcntion of the ladiea to my opening which Haughman, J. G. Mooro, J. A. Singleton acres, one ruilo from town on the Lexington pike, to B. F. Hudson' at $05 per acre WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 84, will take placo on next Friday and Sstur M. C. Vandoveer and Joel HolUcUw. My Farm In Lincoln cuunty, Ky between Hus. Lancaster News. Ost. 31st and Nov. 1st. Thanking dV In the 53 Commonwealth cases called and btaniord, .ntar Turneravlllc. There Foil Sale. Four pairs of cood hor?oi, tonvllle Acres In tho them for past patronage I solicit eame, yesterday there were but five judgments, ,8 '" whe.at 40 or are 128 oats. or about 6 to two pairs fine mules acd a lot of dry and lOoftou lanuand go in core, meadow for tbe rest Prices low. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. and timothy four against Wallace Sieele for retailing, 6J In clover . Tbe Farm Ii a good one and has, to milch cows. Stock can be seen at R. 11 In My live slots: consists Owi.no to tho fact that Chairman Stmo $20 in each case, and one against James be seen to be appreciated Gentry's. F.J.Campbell. of 50 head of Cattle, Including 10 head good year-lu- u Walker did not notify our County Chah Cloyd for carrying concealed weapons, ten Hteeis, 6 Bteer Calr a, 10 good milk Cows, catLancaster Court. About 350 IleJIere, aod Heifer Calves, man, Mr. J. E. Lynn, in regard to holding days In jail and $25 floe. A greater tle on market and sold from 3 to 4 cts, A thoroughbred yoarl ngs red 11 lis. I thoroughbred2 yearling cases than usual were returned mare, recorJed fo J.tveMtck Uecord, l very a convention to nnine the choice of the number of good many horses were sold at prices rang- b ood pedigreed Htnlllon, 3 Mules, fine county fr.r Moruber of Ib.ird of Equalize not found and in 12, orders were made to ing fram Horeo, yearlings, $50 5150, No routes 0(n market. Uuger and Harnett, 2a ork Mulca, buggy Im! to Lkis tlon, in lime to givo notice to tho people, file with leave to reinstate, And in one to Crowd rather small and business rather bouthdown lluclj Hig. good crade1'Jgs, 1 fcchut-t- lr eowaand Tho usual order of "Aliaa and Wagon and Harnuas, Ueaitef and no action ai taken in the matter hero. It ululo. dull Harrow, Jfce. Sake t Hay flake, In ronnvlng his anbnriptlon Mr. M Mowir, 16oeloe. flows made known strike u tUt tho proper authorities should continue" in luailu in the olkerj, and the slar af Teruji at "" ?. i o ib a. J couii ndjourtied early. G. Ouh, of Clifton, Tex, write: "We sale. have attended to the buiinew earlier. ntylo deck tlea at Hruce A Co. a ai New MARRIAGES. .aaaa p. i.i RRI0I4T -- CuRRAw, SI WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - GROCERS I -- AND J0BBER5DF FLOUR AND MEAL n WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY WAGONS, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES, bed-bug- ten-tenc- Ken-tuck- y n And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - r, ner-vo- u, Iluchu-palba- 1 IHosf Complete Xxine Hardware and Queens- - ware -- IN THE CITY.- - t. .i Wo (ruaraiitoG Prices as Low as any House in tho country, Patronage. Way-nesbu- rg And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your w "Di "Turns BRIGHT & CUBRAN. MJBMC KEMTINCI-slon m lt Ti Ri WALT GROCER, a mrass laiKisro-- y Wool Carding Spinning te Slain usi Somesset Sits, ALWAYS ON HAND FULL STOCK OF 1 t FABM FOB SA17E Post-orHc- e. - camp-meetin- Groceries, Provisions, Hardware Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- -- post-offic- VEItX- HTANroim, - w LOW PRICES GM Short-tim- e -- FOR CASH Customors. No F0K And to Prompt Paying goods sold on long time. USE- ono-ha- lf d "W,, Public Renting B1M FdOTBif Made Irom the best MiuncRoln Wheal. y, For Iy T. 11. WALTON, -- "! -5 TRY , blue-grass- We Plus Ultoa Coffee, BEST ROASTED RIO, . 78 auok-llngsa- 1 '8 .11 '. For Biilo only liy . T. IJ. WvTOai bt A PROVERB VERIFIED. "MOUNTAIN 0E PITY." THE MEXICAN NATIONAL A. PAWN-SHO- ! made the following order: This day W. O. Welch appeared and JOHN U SULLIVAN A TOTAL WRECK. A Howard of Two Hunpred Dollara will lie paid read to the court an act of the Cleneral of the Ista J. N. Benedict for tho of Kentucky entitled, "An act to by the. friends murderer, Henry lloborls, ltoberls THK CHEAT captursof his Cor. ft. Louis Tlio Champion l'uclllst Hcportcil to Ho authorize Lincoln county to raise money to Is about 2) yearaof tgv, dark coiui'lexlon, haisl to it Surry Plight, tlio llraiilt r III a railroad thro' eyre, smooth fucaand very bd countenance, rath. aid in the construction of Everybody who knows much about MexIlnblta of Intoxication. said county," approved May 1, 1SS-- and crbisiy bull, wclglilog probably UJpjunds. ico has hoard of Sonor Don Pedro Romero thereupon presented a petition, which in do Torroroj, tho first Count of llegla who Boston Cor. frt Paul 1'loncor Press. filed, signed by the Chesapeake & Nashwas plain Peter Torroros until a lucky 8AT.X3 ! Every tlog lins his tiny, is an old saying, mining ndvonfaro made him ono of tho ville Hallway Co. by K. Zimmerman, Presnnd John L. Sul.lvnn lias soon his hostility. richest mon of tho last century. Peter Terident, and by W. G. Welch and 27 other t lure been appointed as 'nt for the sale of th and belts, rontainlnt; Hum has got tho best of him and is rapidly reros, n citizens and residents of the justices' dis- farm of Mrs. I'hube ('. Blafo ,ulln frol" Hstopllla r of limited means, U0 1UO knocking him out. bulllvan'j) tour through concoivod what was at first considered the tricts of Stanford, Walnut Flat, Turners-vill- ou th Acre, lyl" ami I hereby oiler It privateLiberty like tho country was ono glorious drunk, which wildest of ideas, viz., to drain tho abanol two stories and Ilustonvllle precincts, asking this ly It tins s irood dwelllng-houculminated in tho Mitchell flruco in Now doned Heal del Monto by menus of a tuncourt to cause an election to be held in slid 0I looms, liwluoa tun uecesiary out, buildings. II watL-m-l aud Is Kood. rica jauu wunii York. Although nt tlint time ho promised nel through tho solid rock n milo and n said district to take tho sence of the qualif- much si mare than Is asked for It to "swcnr oil" and keep sober, ho has not quarterlong from tho level of tuo stream ied voters therein upon the proportion Arnlr to tue lor further particulars. kept his word. For two or three weeks, till It should strike the Santa Urlgadn hereinafter set forth. Upon consideration 287 Siva ". ItVHU, Stanford. Ky. Without Change and wllri Speed Unrivaled while tho disgrace lasted, ho abstained shaft. of which petition the prayer thereof is Ho tolled with varying success granted and the court hereby orders that front all intoxicants, but ho has now gone from 1730 to 1702, whon ho struck n College. SHORTEST AND 0UICKEST H0UTE back to his liquor worse than ever. At a an election shall bo held on Saturday tho bonanza which for the noxt twolvo IROU LOCISVILU TO 111. 1881 in said Stana recent sparring exhibition given In this years yielded 15th day of November, nn amount of silver that in city Sullivan was so drunk that he was our day would appear fabulous. Plain ford, Walnut Flat, Turnersville and STANFORD. KY. justices' districts or precincts to unlit to appear, but did so nevertheless, Peter became a Couut, so wealthy that ho take the seme of the qualified voters therelie mado n poor showing, and would hav furnlshod tho people with moro fables than Ithout chanrt to Full Corps of Teachers, PULIHAN CARS in upon the following stated proposition, t: With a fallen down at ono tlmo bad ho not beec Crojius of old. Nashville, Memphis, Lltll Mok, Montfomtry, Alia nit, oavanaab. county of Lin-coi- n Whether or not the held up by his adversary. This Institution will open Its Fifteenth Bosslon Ho It was who founded the celobrnted Jacktonvlllt, Mobile, and Nt wOrltant. shall Issue bonds to the amount of oaths 1st Monday In HepUinbsr ne.it. A fw nights since bo attonded n wake Monto do Piodad in the City of Mexico 1150,000 upon the credit and responsibility held over tho remains of his sister's child one of tho most beneficent institutions in BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA ALL TUE BBANCHK8 OF A of the four aboe named districts and und got "chock ablock." Ho has been tho world and in tho year 1773 endowed 'n Palace Cart Without Chant. said county upon the credit and whether 'drunk ever since, and, In tho opinion ol it with $300,000. Tho name Monto do shall ac- THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE responsibility of the said districts SHORT LINE TO THE EAST sporting men, it is only tho question ol Piodad, means literally a "Mountain of Frosa LoultvllU la l'alact Cars without chanr. quire by purchase or gift, title to or the tlmo when he will m easily knocked out Pity," and was not misapplied, for more s welt as Are taosht, over a sirip oi nun iuiuuu by tboso whom he has "done up." He hat than one hundred years this National hornet tht PMIHR1NTC tin of this roaden will HIM 111 (mil I O 3ee.ini the county, such as may be necessary lor MD5IO. TUB LANQUAOK8, DItAW. got very little money. He has spont it at pawn-showas a sure protection to tho recelv tptclai low for depols and such or the INO AND PAINTINO. ho has maJo it. He doesn't ovon public from tho ruinous fast as So Areola of thlt Company for rates, roulss extortions of grounds as may be necewary at Stanford, Ac., or write own bis "mahogany palace" or C. P. ATMORt, G. P. 4 t. A. by whom, no doubt, Poter usurers, Ky., for depot buildings, machine shops, A matt named Clarke owns It and glret Loulavllle.. Kir. Terreros had suffered In his days of obround houses, water supply, Ac. for the him a certain percentage on sales for the scurity. It was sumptuously regulated Chesapeake A Nsshville Railway. said In Tuition, prices range from IZ8 to 150 In tb tiso of his name and his attendance whoa and protected by tho Govornmont, and Tbe amount of money to be raised and for regular Department. Prlnarr, Ii3j IntermedlaU in tho city. was Intended solely to asilst tho needy In are to be issued, M0; Preparatojy, HO, and Oollettlate, ISO. the raiding of which bonds I witnessed a rather funny thing the times of temporary embarrassment by in esse the qualified voters hi said district address other day at n picnic which Sullivan and lending money, on liberal terms nnd nt For full paitlrulars, as to Board-Aeby a majority vote adopt or affirm this & H. V. TKliKIIKAKT. I'rlnclpiO, his pet pugilist, Pete McCoy, nttondod. reasonable rates of interest, on deposits of is the aforesaid sum of $150,-00propooiuon, Stanford. Linooln Co., Xy, There was ono of those striking machines, jewolry, plate, merchandise and other additional sum as may be and such Chicago , always soon at picnics, on tho ground. II movablo articles. Alike In peace and war, necessary to acquire the aforesaid or tho consists of a standard upon which ii and through changing forms of GovernAc. The bonds to be Issued THE OXXiY LINE MJNNINU marked tho number of pounds weight ol ment, its honor was held sacred and tho purpose of raising said proposed sums of the blow, which is given with a hug trusts unmolested during the revolutions money shall not be sold at less than their wooden niallot. nnd overturnlngs that devasted tho counpar value nor bear a greater late of interbe "Try your strength," sold tho attendant try. It is estimated that for a period of est than C per cent- per annum and to isAND SOLID TRAINH to Sullivan. one hundred years it affordod assistance-tdue twenty years from the date when E. H. BURNSIDE, sued, or sooner, at the option of Lincoln more than two hundred peoplo daily. John sol7ed tho mallet and gave the TO CHICAGO county. The proceeds of said bonds are to a terriblo bang. Up wont the regis- As early as ISSfi official records show that - Known LOUISVILLE rights-ot-wa- y This Old be invested in the acquisition of the up to that tlmo it had given aid to 2,232,-Ctering iron and marked 2.S00 pounds. Hotol Still Maintains its aforesaid and In the purchase at HnccuLNoTic:. raattngers from the applicants, and has distributed $31, "A powerful blow," said the attendant. A N it. It. arrlva In Loulavllkt High their par yalue of the first mortgage bonds 074,702, besllos having given 132,710 in In Urn to lakth evening train of tb "Monon John tried it again, and a crowd gathAND of said Chesapeake A Nashville Railway alms nlonol It was ruled by a general Bout" and co through to ered around to watch bltn. He took a flrir. Company, the purpose of the proposed ac- Its Proprietor it Dotormined that (JrccBcnstle. ('rnwfinlHTlllc, grip aud lot drive again. This time tin Board of Director, who received tho Lnfujcitf tion of said four districts being to aid the pledgos. Thest articles were- appraised at it Shall bo Second to no Country and Chicago ultliout cIhiiiko. register llsw up the standard and stoppod company in the construction and equipa fair valuation, the full amount of which Hotel in tho State in it Fare, TIMK TABLK ut J.20O pounds. such investA Kind Word For toe Oyster. It is ment of their road. Hut no (deducting the interests Appointinenti, or Attenla to be lk.llr" BTATIONB. "Another powerful blow," sung out the paid to the pawner. The was immediately IIIIt. In bonds or right articles wero tion to Comfort of . . not as generally understod as it should be ment road li built from attendant in he pulled it down. T. Lve. lAulivllle. I a ta 7 ) p in their Gneitt. six months, during which time tho that the oysteis have medicinal qualities made, unlees their raid Lincoln connty and Richmond Junction in Arr. Oreenrattle There Is a llttlo "trick" to this machine ownor was allowed to withdraw them a lu J 01 pm .... uion of a high order. They are not only nutri- extended from that point through Linooln " CmwfuM.vlll. .Imm. tOitia 161pm which everybody doesn't know of. There refunding the sum advanced. If tho debt Baiiraie will b roaveitd to and from th dt " Ufajette 1 IS a iui I 11 pm .iC. is a thutnb-scrofree of char. Kpeclal arrnnmodatloa attached to the register, was not paid at the end of thnt time, the tious, but wholesome, especially in cases of county in a westerly direction to Nashville, " Chlrao ..... ..., I J JO a uti a to pm to Co rams rclal Traveler. The liar will or to some railroad running to which, when tightened, causes a greater plodges woro disposed of nt public saio, indigestion. It is said "there is no other Teon., Th mott direct rouUywith only on ihanjeol always sapplM with th eholtest Nashville and unless said rosd is as well ears, to an jwinie in IVlaojnaln, illmiMuta. Iiiw friction, nnd it do3n't go up so high, oven and if thoy brought moro under tho hamhraadi of Llgaori and Clears. alimentary substance, not even excepting and substantially built and equipped as the Ncbraaka, Ac For further Information, addreat if tho striker bits the machine twice as mer than the original valuation, tho differ MUUKAY KELLEU. I' A, TraJ.M.rk. Ml'HKAT'N NPKCIFIC, hard. Tho attendant gave this screw a enco was refunded totho ownor, a proceed- bread, that does not induce indigestion un main stem of th Louisville A Nashville I2U LoultvlU. Kr Railroad and no greater amount of such turn, and when Sullivan struck ngaln it ing notmuch like the business principles of der certain circumstances; but oysters nev jThc Grcnt English Remedy, mortgage bonds are to be issued by the only registered 2,30) pounds. As he had our Chatham street "uncles!" The Monte er" Urater Jules promotes digestion. first company than S3U.WX) to me miie, anu bit harder than before ho looked surpria-It a positive cur for Weak Memodo Piodad occupies a palace built by Cor- Br taking oymera daily, indigestion, supsaid bonds sre not to be taken or paid for ry, lion of Brain Power. Nervous nnd tho crowd lauehod. This nettled John tex opposite tho great cathedral, and Is ono of work rVralnal Waknra, a bit and ho let himself out. Tlio screw of tho most Interesting places at the cap-ta- '. posed to be almrst incurable, has ben except when an equivalent amount estimate of Impntency. and (leneral said road has been dune (upon was given another turn aud 2,000 pounds Power of the (Jenerallv Oriaot; Every (.pedes of garment mar be cured; in fret, they are to be regarded as the on competent engineers) in Lincoln count v, "J.IllC-UrUN- tl .ti.l .11 illfu.iM that f.illnv aj a ItUllaC." of was theresul . Once moro It was tightened, soon there, from tho tattered roboso of the most healthful article of food known to shall not bo paid Bt'ort laklng, urnri ol youthful linpnulMic oi until it wus nboutas solid to the standard lepera to tho lace mantilla of the noblo man. Individuals who hare found all oth- and 30 per cent, of same Richmond June tbeexreraot matured yean, such TrJ. M.rk. Shorten and Quickest Boute from Oej as though it had been nailed. John pound damo; from the blanket of tho beggar to er kiods of food disagree with tbem, fre- until the whole road from at Vnlverul UultiiJe, Pain la tbr tral KentncKy to all PoinU North, tion in Kentucky, to Nashville in Tenno- - back, DltunrM of Vltfob, Premaisl away, and 1,500 pounds was the result. the military clonk aud jewoled sword Eut, West and 8outhwst. of quently discover in the oyster the required see is completed. The said rigbts-o- f way, tura Okl Ann. anJ mio V otter d Sullivan was disgusted, and handed the the Impoverished officer. to Inwulty r Some of the aliment. as hereinbefore mentioned, are lo be easa that leul all rates of r ule Fast Lin Ilelwen Raw oysters are recommended Ac,, In mallet ovor to Pete McCoy. The scrow most splendid table services of silver and Ilk said railway company upon such WeaVntti the was loosenod a couple of turns and away gold I ever saw are crowded into tho plate-room- for hoarseness. Many of the leading vo- ceded to they may a'gree upon, to b paid chirin, rrtturlna rlflc arts r. ftdlng loot brilliant CINCINNATI. terms as went tho register up to 3,30) pounds. "I'll zlvliiic to the ere calists use tbem regularly before concerts In the capital stock of said company, by the andtparkllni beauty, to th check and as for jewels heheduU In EffKt Oct. II. 1(31. bj blamed," tuid John, and getting mad have considered his fabled Aladdin awould and palace poor operas, but their strongest recommen- commissioners to be appointed in behalf of tbiruty blouom of health. Afttr TsKlaj, he took olT his coat and went for the ma. offal compared to the caskets of blazing proposirMiirray'atJpeciaels told by all DrujaltU at dation is the remarkably wholesome In- Lincoln county in the event this chine once more. Tho attendant forgot to diamonds and every known precious be adopted by the qualified vo- 11 per package, or alx packafea for 15. Alan by tion shall mall, iosta fre, on receiptor prlca. tighten tho screw again, and when Sulli- stone, for the magnificence of which Mex- fluence exerted upon the digestive organs. ters ss aforesaid. "V'ull particulars In pamphlet, which will b van hit it with all his giant strength, the ican ladles nro proverbial. In the year Philadelphia Star.; appllcaut. Add It is further ordered that the officers said mailed free to every tot manufacturer.re all comregister ran up the standard like a bullet 1830, having an available fund of $1,000,000 munication! to the hold the regular election in A Laroe Diamond. A very extraordi- district to precincts for the present rear bUot from a gun and flew high in tho air. JtUUH.l Y XRUMtMSK tli., or and unimpeachable credit, tho directors KanuaClly, Mo. That satisfied John, and he put on his of the Monte de Pied ad determined to in- nary diamond of no less than 457 carats (except the sheriffs, who are to be appoint-eSold In Stanford by Psnny A McAllster and all ? coat. When tho joke was explained to crease its capacities for usefulness by add- has, we are informed, been shipped from county as his Drurxlita everywhere. by the sheriffof Lincoln n.iiiba rai a vj, rj uuiprun ni.a v., him he was inclined to get mad and "lick" ing to itt pawnbroking business tho ope- South Africa and sold by a city firm to a deputies) shall hold tbe election and take jr LoultvllU Ky. the attendant, but did not. Ho threw him rations of a banking establishment. Unprovided for at the rcitular -syndicate of diamond merchants. The col the vote herein In each of said districts on aKsass, I s& &? a silver dollar aud departed. plsoes of voting der the new charter then obtained it was a, a. ) on a3 ! Sullivan never asks any change. I saw authorized to issue notes ot circula- or equals, if not excels, that of the finest th. ..Id iftth Hut ef November. 1881 At PBBBDB.IJ BB LE BBJ.15 El him tho other day at a base-bagame. tion, called certificates, ot denomina- India diamonds, and in the opinion of com- said election each voter shall be asked 'wm e ee.oaM JJI Thero was a llttlo boy near him who tions from $1 to 41,01)0. Thlt notice forewarns hunters, flihonoeu and petent judges it will cut to a perfect and whether he votes for or agalnit the protx). These notes j szztisii satsas gp" to could't see, so John took him on his knoo were Issued only from the mother bank, lustrous brilliant. In drop shape it will sltion submitted (which is the proposition tramp not all trrepaat on our lands bwithout persuch acta art : LlL leclted) and his vote shal le flation, at xtntof tbe law. liable to prwcecuUd and held him through the game, treating and wero redeemable there or at any of hereinbefore 'SBjB Bjl D8e8B P to tb full be estimated about MUnlonl. Kv March 17th. 1MI... . recorded In a poll book, to be provided by bin: to peanuts. He also gave a bootblack Its branches in silver coin. Thoy wero weigh as nearly as can 'i V . .. ... I -0. McKlttrlck. He., uuia w.ai. .iicwiriaaci, a dollar to go a dozen steps or s o and tell also receivable for Federal taxes, duties 220 carats, or in Iczenge shape, broilette, tbe clerk of this court at expense of county H..T. Bush, A. W. Carpenter, place, which K. Held, u man that he wanted to see him. about 300 carets. The brilliant will there far (hat nnrnoaa at each votlne C. Blahon. and for all local imports in the Fedoral by the Levi Hubble, II I Si BaBB3 ? district and in several States of the Re- fore exceed in weight all the historical dia- shall be returned in theof lime andelections, It. Cobb. Kelly. V, D. Ithode, niacins general ' same officers as In esse Ms- - "O MOOU public. Tho Monte de Piedad bad eight monds. The SrtM M -W. C. McCormscit, r K.Uover, weighs 100 carats, H.U.A J. A CITY OF PRETTY CIRLS. is to be ascer(1. L. Carter M. H. I.vtlt, branches in the City of Mexico, and bad the Regent of France 136 carats, and the and the result of said election J. W. WealLetiord, j tained and certified In tbe manner preecrib-e- T. J. 11111, ; 4T i. oi"0'o o,o,a,o-The AVjr Steep Streets nnd Pur Air recently established others In various Win. Burton, In C. Vanoy, I EB BB . '5BBBBB by the act hereinbefore referred to. BBBZB Contrlbuto to the Ueitnty of Quebec cities. Tho amount of its papor in circu- Orl off, which was cut for weight, 195 ca J. A. Harrli, J. 8. Murphy, n books there shall be a P. W. Carter, J. M. Hill, Wouieu. lation was not publicly known, as no re- rats. In size, color, purity and quality it each of said poll r" i J. II McAllster, headed, "For Railroad Aid" and a Ed. Carter, s.3S3S 5 3 s? ? ports wen published; but its honor was is expected to prove to be the most marvel (K.Y. Sun. J. U. Jone, "Against Railroad Aid" and T. Z. FotUr, column headed T. M. While, J. Q Montgomery London Times. lous slono ever known. "Thero are no homely girls In Quebsc," considered liko that of old CuMar's wife the votes of all persons voting in favor of If. K. Marcum, (. A. Benedict, iVoaa-asJUS-atill one lino morning people woko up to nativo-bor? re&3iS a W. K. A mon Canadian sold ton visitor to M.T. Muswll, herein recited shall be Forty years ago it took from twenty to the proposition H J Darst, A. D, Newland, I the unclotit citadel city of Canada. "I find its doors closed and u bewllderod corded In the column first named and of 0. W. (livens. Ii A Vj xiewlauj. Noth- thirty or forty days to send a message have often Btoodat a window and watched crowd clamoring in vain outside thoso votine aeainet said proposition In the Ijr) for one in tho throng passing on the side- ing is xacrud in these days which can across the Atlantic. By the new busines column last named. I : . walks, but I have never yet been a Quobeo bJing gold to tho cofTer of the President cable a message can be cent and an answer At least 20 days' notice shall ue given oy oauuuil ! m;: i -and his ndvlsors not even tho beneficent girl who could ba desirlbed as ugly. I Lincoln county of theeleclion the aas-nss- s j j i ssi I s don't claim that they are nil absolutely institution which hud pruvontol so much received in three mlnutea. Fifty years herein ordered by publication in the I.nte " '1 there is something in the dlsgraco and misery through a century of hence gentlemen doing business in New HfOR Journal newepsper nd by printed B HlJ beautiful; but B BBBBB 8 bj j B From rviii,t'liroiilc and YVrnk rlear, invigorating air, and perhaps in tho revolutionary difficulties, mid It was ut- York may eoter their pneumatic box and notices posted up at not less than three Ilrnln nml llrnrt Affections, llluofl Illieaiea, UocB-ilo-i'-; i i ; 4' f ta , I.iiiik. soil and oiirroundlngs of this lolty and terly ruined by a demand from the Gov- be blown to dinner nt the Buckingham public plsce in each district in which the Krriout Ilclilllly, llruhrn Isunn bSSoS'Stfi ocf rl the Iiltlurja,lllnd-de- r locky city, that gives them sparkling ernment upon It for moro money than Its I I fc UrUiMry election is to be held. tttappftf e"S j jour l)ruiilit tor i ! It still carries on a Palace table d'hote in twenty minutes. . This order i made und.r the ntithPrity nyes, brilliant complexions, aud elasticity treasury contalnod. 3Dx: OJIAH. XV. SOOTT'B r 2 5 B B B'S Si g g Wondets have not run their course. WOHO RENOWNED SPECIFIC NO. 13, f step. Monttcml ii full of pretty women, limltod pawn businoss, but Is so crippled bv the act of Aembly aforosiid, conferrr d btwiwiwi t MMl! j ! F1 p May 1.1881 and i intended to but (Jueboo can bent her in that respect. and impoverished as to be llttlo like tho 8WM sa.i i II Snow fell in portions of New York approved old " Mountuln of Pity." prnvni'.ns all r Have you notlned how easily our Quebec be in strict conformity to the UJUTJ State Saturday. Ml girU climb thu steep city street. Whon thereof. BBSBl ' '33!i Ml' t1 rwiiu Tjo.r'ri-n.- ) TONIC. Public School In K iiglund. A Copy. Att: J. Ilr.Ais. Cm; L. P Arnica Salve. ihy nionkcendlngn sidowalk that slopes Bucklen's AfcUMW UHu a.t & KEHVi: A IlLOOIr. Hit AI!f lllrooklyn fiilon. upward nt an apparent angle of thirty do Tho best Salve In tbe world for Cuts, Bruises, If jour Druggist dn not keep It k htm to order It Tho public schools of England are under forion. SI. per bottle. Cora, lleefnnol Iron crtes, tliey don't beem to mind It. Thoy PHIH'KSMtmL Sores, Uloirs, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, la the Ureateat Medical Dlapovrrjr of modern llnira. don't lag, they don't get out of breath, going stoady Improvement. Fifteen years Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Korpamribltt.witri full particular, tuldreta BBBBSS SSiBBBBBExll CHA8. W. 8COTT M.D., Knnans City, MA, they don't stagger from ono sldo of the ago tho attendance upon such schools was Eruptions and positively cures Plies, or no pay re ANDEUbON, ALEX. Use Jr. NCOTTtiZIVJiU VZZLS. only one In fourteen of the bchool popula- quired. Is Is guaranteed to give perfest satisfacM.VY.SVILI.r. JialAMJII, .wall: to tho other. Thoy just go up ns lightly and gracefully ns any lady enn tion, while now it has been brought up to tion or money relunded. Price 21 cents per box. ""Ko. Si, KY., DANVILLE, NcTo.." wulk across a parlor floor. You can't do ono in overy ulx. The last report shows For sale by Penny A McAlliter. NoaTii'Ilounti. Dally lally Will nractlco In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining I'.z. Huti, Kr. 8un. of Appeals. it and keep wee with thorn, unleis you've 18,510 schools In thu country, with an avercouutloa and In tho Court An Answered. ben brought up here. They'd tiro you age attendance of 3,127,000, which is 73 per Can any one bringWant cau of Kidney or Llret Lvo Covlnitton. 2 00 p m us a " Islington 7 2fi u m 4 3i) ji m j. ii. Plan.Jtt-jv- . This out before you got half way from Break- cont. of tho total school population. 0HLY TRUK " Paris 8 IS a in ft 20 p in A.L Complaint that Electric Bitters will not speedily is but a poor showing beside tho 03 per neck Stops to Dutrerlu Terrace. The Arr Mlllerstiuri! .... 8 40 n iii 5 17 pm And Mas tor Commissioner ltockeattle Circuit Cour, ' Carllalo- they got Is partly tho secret of their cont. reached in Germany nnd Switzer- ure? Wo ray they can not, ai thousands of cases 00 n m n U7 p in MT VKKNON, KY. " Johnson U IS u in. 7 to p Will practlco In tho Uockoastlo Courts. Collecland, but It is a great advance upon tho alreailr permanently cured and who are dally good, looks. in " Mayvllle 1T8J 10 SO n in 7 il p ta F.lectrlc Bitters, will prore. Brlgbl's tions a specialty. Offlce In "Then there's anothor thing that helps. percentage of a few yoars ugo. Tho two Disease, Diabetes, Wek Back or any urinary com No. tit "NoT They're out of doors half tho time. On a continental nations mentioned forbid tho plaint quickly cured. They purify the blood, LEE P. HUFFMAN, Dally plsasant ovonlng the terrace, that broad employment of any child In a manufactory Dx. bun. ir'.x. bun tbe bowels and act on tbe diseased juris. BTANKOIID, KY. until bo has reached tho ago of 11, and oven plank promonado which stretches for a lira: j bottle guaranteed. Foi sale at 50 cents a Offlce South side Main Utroot, two doors above Lvo Mtyivllle 3 4.1 10 p in in quarter of a milo along tho top of the then he must by law attend a night school bottle by Penny A McAllster. thu Myers Hotel: " .Tolimon 6 30 n ml 39 pm two years more, and the result Is seen in " Carlltio Pure Nitrous Oxide Qas administered when re 7 21 n in 2 lip in prwclplco under tho brow of Capo quired. " Mllleraburg.... 7 41 a in :i VJ pm A Lawyer's Opinion of Inhrest to All. Diamond, is crowded with thorn, strolling tho extraordinary high nveruge of attendArr Pari" e 10 a in! 3 ance upon tho public schools. in In pairs and groups, chatting, laughing, " II 111 n ml C (0 pm DR. W. II. PENNY, J. A. Tawuey, Esq., a leal attorney of Winona " Covlm;ton 11 0 A III nnd porhapj lllrtlr.g a llttlo. You don't FACTS RECAHOIHO (nn Mlun., writes; "After uaing It fur more than three DontlMt. Sl Vow IloyiU Mnrrluces Are Itlcli Ones. BTANFOBD, KENTUCKY. years, I take great pleasure In stating that I rrgird mind that, do you? o. Well, look what &ifj&i Nora--. TrslnNo. 3 runs dally from Knoivlllp, London Truth.l Iron Tom pleasure-grounConsumption as tho a Wlncheiiterand Ix'xlniston lo Oovlniilou. it U. Two hundred foot It Is rathor odd that so few of tho royal Dr. King's Jfew Dlscorery for Offlea ovarRobt.8. LytU's store. Offlco hour a Train No, 1 runt via Lexington and l'nrlt, and world for Coughs and CoMs. I from 8 tolJ a.m. and 1 to 8 p. u, Anosthetlca ad nbovo tho WHtors of tho St. Lawronce, aud family bavo mn-lIt will pnrlfr and onrlclithe BlOOD.rofmlato .l rich marriages. Except best remely In tbs cure the most sorero CoMs I ministered when nocoasarv. not via Winrhestor and I'arlt ifl LIVER nml KIDNEYS, mm ItKMTOIIK TUB to facing ono of tlio very finest views In the tho Quoon, tho only rich Train No. C Is dally except tjunday letwoen IsliHEAIni anrtVIOOnorYOUTlII III all llintu member of tho has nerer filled pain In illkcu.LH ri'iilriiiirucirtaliiaml clllcli'U 'K'MC, ngton and 1'arls, hut It dally from Clmlnnall to world, m everybody admits, which royal family is tho Duke of Cumberland, haro had and Invariablyof relletes the cure for tbe especlullr 1)) tiii'pila.W alitor A ppelile.lnUlircs. Knoxvllle. all this sure from Point Lvl dowu tho rlvor to who ovon now possesses n chest." Trial Bottles Hun, I.uik ( bliciiflli, utc, ll list) Is niarkuil Lexington and Paris: Nn. 82. dally pxrrpt princely for- hroat nnd Lunj Diseases may le had trcoat Pen-n- y r, with ImnicillulQ and wnmlerful rctulls. Ilnues, Capo Tourment, and from tho gorge of tuno, and leavel'arlaaaOaiu: arr lUxInitlonll 10 a in. new force. CnlHtut when ho makes up his quarrel muscles and nirvea rciilvu Large lire SI. A McAlIster's Drug Store No. M, dally exept Buiday, leave Uxlnglon tho inlna aHit aupplli' llrahi I'owrr. juguunorenci r trnck among tho Lauren-- v with the Government of Berlin bo will bo wtragaKHTS I 30 p m; arrive Paris S IS p sulfrrliiK ironi all complaints A in. tian Mountains. You can't blame us L. A U I El O tioiulliir to their sex will lliitl In "wealthy boyoud the. dreams of" avarice." VJnL,.nf;1?'?V8..nd 4 run T' Winchester Dr. UOSANKO. & for being proud of it. And there's Tho Duko of Camrldge,, however, has Ull. 1IA11TEIVO lllON TONIC n lafu ami tptvdy Solid Trains, with Pullman Sleeping Care beiwett Ixxome to familiar with the most This name has euro. It kIvcs a clear nnd licallliy complexion. Cincinnati and Itlchinond, Va , and WlnchaUr whore tho Quebao girls breatho tho pure plenty of money, and4iisnotherpoisesses Tlio alroiiKust lo thu talua ot 1)11. of peoplo throughout the United States that it la and Washington, I). O. Cincinnati, O., and Indianapolis, I liny tonic It Dial rrvniiont ailempts air that puts roses in their cboeks and tho a large fortuno, the greater part of which hardly ueensary to Mate that ho Is the originator of Louisville, Ky.,8telnway A Sons', Decker Bros.'. Through tickets and bagsagn L'lllntf onlv added to thauonular map iiito tholr oyej. Yes, sir steep was accumulated by theJate Duko during the gnat Dr. Donnnku' Cough and Lung Syrup, Ind., dealeraAIn Fischer, Vose A Bona', Baldwin A Ity or tho orlirliiul. liuti you eariivally ilcslro health destination reached by railroad. checked to aDy If Ualnea', J. C. fl. K. II. MOItaE, Uiiiuin ALAND Utsi W. II. WH1TTLKHKY, Co.' Cottag, Upright and Square Piano Fortes; do nut cxpoilmoiil-Kitll- io streets and plenty of fresh nlr, and, per- his reside.nco nt Hanover., nena jour nnareat loins wr. iiarwr rim.uo.v tli pooplo's farorlto remedy, wliereyer known, for I'Msjngyr Agent, ami Hamilton Organs. Trav. Pasa. Agent. haps, tho subtle influences of a world-Iambu- s The Jellico Minirg compntr hn been Coughs, Cold. Consumption and all aOVctlons of also the Etey, Sbonlnger and terms to suit purnt. jxiuit, mo.. lor our "iiiir.nni awn, Instruments sold at price rullof ttranii noil nteful lafjrmatlon.fr.. C. W. SMITH. f f.'.O.OOO tho Throat and Lungs. Price W cents and 1.00. chasers. Don't give your orders till you get our landscape, form the chlof secret of reorganized by the aiir... n H, W. KULr.l'.lt Or-- HAmin'a Iron Tonio la for 8alk uv au Danville, Ky. General Manager. (Jen. lVs Age price and Unas. stock, It will turn out COO toes daily. tlio Beauty of our girls," IHMItVUMf AMU UEAUIM Sold by Mcfiobert it Stag?. ly Globo-Domocra- t. Ilciicflcent Now World Institution Its l'oundcr nnd the Clmrltnblo Work It Has Accomplished lienor do Terreros. shop-keepe- mar-volo- p gln-rutl- l. ma-chi- U Randolph's Denunciation of Clay. John KuiJolphV denunciation of Henry Clay, in a secret secciou In 1825, was bo Bcathlng that the victim could not answer, but sought revengo through a challcngo. Randolph, pointing his long finger at him, siid: "This nun (mankind, I crave your pudon, this worm (little animals, forgive the intuit,) was spit out of tho womb of meanness, was raised to a higher life than he km born to. or he wrs raised to the society of blackguard'. Some fortuno kind to him, cruel to us -- has tossed him to the Secretaryship of State. Contempt has the property of decending, but she stops far short of him. She would die be fore she would reach him he dwells her fill. I would hate him if did not despise liloi. It is not where he is, that puts my thought in action. Thai alphabet that writes the name of Thtraites, of black-guarof iqualidity, refuses her letters for him. That mind which thinks on what it can not express can ecirceljr think on him an hyperbole of meanness would B?n Perley be an eclipse for Clay." Poore. The Model ftoman, Charles Dickens wrote as follow: She only is a true and noble wife or whose am bition a husband's love and her children's adoration are sufficient, who applies ber military instincts to the dicipline of her household, and whose legislatives exercise themselves In making laws for her nurse, whoee intellect has field enough for her in communion with her husband, and whose heart asks no other honor than his lore and admiration; a woman who does not think it a weakness to attend to ber toilet, and who does not dhdain to be beautiful, who believes in the virtue of glossy hair and well fitting gowns, and who eschews rents and ravelled edges, slipshod a woman shoes and audacious make-up- ; who speaks low and does not say much; who is patient and gentle, and intellectual and industrious, who loves more than she reasons, and yet does not love blindly; who never scold and never urges, but adjusts with a emlle; snch a woman is the wife wa have all dreamed of once in our lives, and is the mother we still worship in the backward distance of the past. lis-lo- w d, ORDER OF ELECTION. PeHce of Lincoln county at its term held on iMonday, theOth day of October, 188-1, the County Judge and the Justices of tho The Lincoln County Court composed of will help all, of either tea. t mure jmoney rltf hi In this worMit'ortune s away thau anything el await tlio workers alnoliitelr aura. A ones ad Co., Augusta, Mains. dreuTsUKA APRI7P Hnd ce ills lor poslaWand rreelrs trn,KCfl,tir box ofjisods, which 't.e1? 'yM' """Jf "jp11'" ' 't imi $200 Reward Through Trunk Line FAIOI FOR e '' Stanford Female Hus-tonvil- SOUTH & WEST right-of-wa- y right-of-wa- rat. TERMS MODERATE. ., "MOXON KOUTE." Railway. 0, rights-of-way- H. MYERS HOTEL, and Well Imputation, Louisville, New Albany - Pullman STANFORD. KY. Propr Palaco Cars. y 1 111 IP j LfiJ m LXIGTON ! d ;jij..j.i.sifiiiiii 1 -S 1 1 200-I- ll POSTED se -- fHlt-n!.- ! ill! III': 1 1 I ".. o .. j ii Koh-i-noo- d 1 col-um- irrr",ar ri ::,' n 1 f r P t'f fliirnmn 1 "0-- ?! i SUFFERERS u. isst t'on.ll-luiluiiaa- ! COCUEEFilRON illiTr .mi . u Attorney tfTUE Court-hous- reg-ula- ta SUnOEON DI3NTI8T, tkUTH-K0t'H- 1 1 jas$i lhytlu :p d h Mti llSI-lyr- ex-tou- C3r. JrL. "Waters Sun-da- Quo-becke- rs I. U. Baldwin Pott-offic- e, ., nice -- 3"''.',- Tn i ari-i- i , ,,,ri iii ' ti- i jii.- ,n ,i " nuaniiVuMm