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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884103101 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. Petit VOLUME XIII. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. WeeMn Stitefio STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, THE USE Of FAITH IN SALVA TI0N. I " 9 NEW WCfJtW SERIES.-NUMBE- R3 1884. Dn. J. W. Cor. JfFOR kLBCTOM-VOaiTATR - ron rnnsiDnNT, GHOVER CLEVELAND, OrJfBvr York. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Ov Ikuuka. AT Li 10 II, HKlf H. AOIUIINS, W. II. FLKM1N0. I1HTMI0T KLK0T6H, Flrtl IlbM J!o;J, tf UcCrnclen County. Cromwell Adair, of Union Couuly. 8. Ubt, of Logan Comity. FourthHaw II, Ilerry, l Nation Countjr, Flflh-- J, F. llullltt, Jr., or Jefferson Couuty. tilxth Llle T. Applet, of I'e ndlotou Co. Hevonth Ira JuIUq, or Franklin Countjr. Klgbtb O. K. Iloblnaon.ofrihslbj County. Nlnlh-- 3. 8. Havags. or UojJ Couuty. Third-John Hecond TeutU John I'. talysrs, ofMoriuiCout ty. Eleventh Jlollln Hurl, of Adair County. XOK C0NUUBS3, GOV. JAMES B. McOREAHY, Or ManiaoN. Iteatrlce One!, named the beautiful pur was the daughter of Francesco Cencl, a noble and wealthy Itotnan, whose inarrifttfo, toward conduct, aftei hla the children of hi tint wife km shocking in extreme. He procured the assassination of two of hlf sons by binditli, and he tfeduc cd lite youngest daughter, who was a maiden of (lingular betutjr. Beatrice, it U said, told of thin allocking crime to her relatives, nnd sought protection from them and from Pope Clement. This proteoti'-Peps and no, whea her father repeated hi villianoiH crime, llorttrioe n 1 W br "- (liaoouio, hired two uisii to kill tiiu liruuW dis man as he slept. Their parricide discorrrcJ, nnd they were put to the tor tuieontho rack. They confessed to the murder, and were c mdetiinwi by the Pope to K":uted. 8epUWV-.-r n, 15M, Ilea trice Cenoi nnd her jimi rr eere be (liacotiio headed by a sort of t illr.ii- -. i" younger wm killed with u.n brother was pardoned on ( count of bin extreme youth; but tho family estates were oonficatfl and presented by the reigning Pope, Paul V , of the houe of Horgheie, to fwUttx Itelonged the hia family. To the villa of liorghee, ninoa aofaaird fur its art The portrait of iUatricu, by treasure". Guido Iwsni, in the palace of Colonna, at Home, hnactrried the fame of the betuli ful girl, with her aid story, all over tho world. Holler ekattlng in now the reoognittd and faahlonable winter amuucmenU in all the large'Northcrn and EwUrn cltiw, and is rapidly becoming ro in the Sjuth, and particularly the lar.e JWeMtern cities, so that no matter where one goe to spend the winter the accomplUhmant of ekiUiru it now an imperative nocuirtily in order to keep Ujston pace with the modern prOgrew. has five large rinks which are w well pit troniied, ercn by the euburbaa rldents, that a alxlh U in contomplatlon, oipecially located with reference to that nltr-fi- h ionable portion of the community. New York, besides three other, in building one, the Cjlhium, that will accjumodato fifteen thousand skitters at ones. In Chlcigo the aucctJM of roller skating hai been phe nomenal. The Michigan avenue rink was for a long time the only ono then, but now thero are five, and ut th opening of tho Casino rink, about two we jki ngo, over people were unable ti obtain admission, and the rink covert half n block, la all the large cities in New York Stat, in Philadelphia, Vahinton, Newport, Btlti-mor- e nnd theprincipil citiei in Otiio, ttwra are large nnd successful rinks, the one ut Kluiira, N. Y., being of especially olalorate architecture nnd coming $20,000. rlciJe, il-- de-ni- eJ ',-00- Customs. A novel and sensible, deviation from the dtereotyped form of wedding diatoms waH recently made by n couple near Troy, N Y. says the Graphic. It is a home wedding, the guest being only the relative nnd intimate friends of tho couple, but they were Rullicient in number to fill the house. Etch guest was met at the door of tho drawing-roonnd welcomed by the bride, who was attired in a simple, but befitting costume. When all the guests had arrived nnd tho hour fixed for tho ceremony was reached", the groom, who waa conversing with friend in another part of tho room, stoppod to the brido'n side, the lady (juietly left a group of relative with whom tho was talking, the two took their place before tho clergyman, and in a few moment were made one. Those prevent voted the new departure a complete suecea. m Ciiancie Ok Maiuiia(ik emu: koii orjuni. At tlww, nf Hie kl.lnjr or llntnlfin ). K)iii'lo!n oflnillgmtloii nr iiiicftttniMii of tlm utonmrli, Ho. Ainolttiiiv, Iikw t.ritrntlon, ircxlucliig it ery illugnible lulling, aflrr gvtliiiK rm. It a cry Qoiinon attemlaut. lllln.l, lllmllni; hii1 Itcliliig ViUa fM at oik to tlm lpk, lolm unit lowsr irt of Urn hUIuuh'ii, cnnltilliellent to ui)iotioliinomHi.ffHtliii Inllm I'IIch aro frcli' ntly preeoiliit ly ft wiim if im ilit apll(iitloiiof)r. lluauUo' rifaiHily,liU'liaits illrwlly upon the jwrti pfToctl, nUorMng tl Ttimnri, nlla)lnt; tlio IiiUhko Itdilng nnj nfTectingn liriinaiiwt cure. 1'rlco CO rants. AJJrM tlie Dr. llianko Modlclne Co., I'lqua, Oble. EM by McUeb-1X1- 4 i Ktugs. The following sermon vrns delivered to the Christian church, .Stanford, Ky., on the necond Lord's day in October, 1881. It is published at tho request of a number of brethren who henrd it. TextJoiim 1 V:lti. We have known and believed the love that God hath to us. I. Thin declaration of the beloved apot tlo shows the retson that christians aro altogether different in mind, heart, will and character from what they were when they did not know and believe the lovo that (tod ins to them It is not that our love for God found him hating ut; and made him love us but it was God's love which found us hating htm and made us love Him through our faith in the reality of Hia love. In lov ing us God showei us how to love Him, and how to tove each other. All that the most advanced Christian lias done is to be lieve that God's love for him, as manifested in Christ, Is sincere or genuine. The apostle Bays: "Not that we love GoJ, but that He lores us, nnd sent Hia Hon to be tho propitiation for our sins." Hut this is not all. 'God is love' foun tain, Hood and sea and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in GoJ, and GoJ in him." In manifesting His lovo for us in Chiist, God manifested Himself; for "God is love." Bslieving that God loves us, lets His lovo into our hearts in all iU power to regener-ou- r entire being; to croate (so to nay) new faculties in us by giving to our old faculties new exercise and new employments toward God and man. The eyes see the light by being Hooded with it, and so also the heart of man by knowing and believing the love of God, is Hooded with it. Hut unbolief absolutely prevents the love of God, as it i manifested in the work of Christ, from coming into, the heart; so that the unbeliever rematms as if (Sod had not loved him. No moral change can be produced in the person who disbelieves the love of God as it is manifested in Chri't. His unbelief shuts out of him the power of tho love of God for him. Thin men are loft without the love of God. They abut it out of their minds and hearts by their unbelief alone, j tin as a man nhuts the light of the sun out of hit eyes by shutting them to it. Ha cin not know whither ho goes bee uue the light is shut out of his eyes. Hy unbelief men shut the loving God out of their eoulit, nnd they are left without God in the world. Unbelief is fatal beoaue it makes it impossible for God to cleanse the human heart. He cannot mtke the sinner happy without making him holy, "Without faith it ii impossible to please God, for ho that cometh to God must believothat he is, nnd that he is the rewarder of them that reek Him." Heb. XI: 1. This insures the response ot God to tho believing and diligent seeker. "He that peek shall Cnd." Helieving in Christ does not save because of the virtue or moral excellence of faith or it exercise in respeot to Christ, Helieving in Christ lets Him save the be liever in His own way; and that vij la love ' God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Bon, that whosoever believed in Him should not perish, but haveevet-listin- g life. John 3:10. God wo before us In the matter of love. "Herein is love, not that we loved GoJ, jbut that He loved us aud rent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins." "And we have seen and do testify that the Father sent his Son to be the Savior of the world," John .1:10,13. It was the love of God that gavo his Son that whosoever believeth in Him ahoold not per ih, hut have everlasting life." If (bd had haled the world or alienated man, he would not have sent his ran to saro sinners. "For God sent not his son into tho world to condemn the world, but that 'the world through him might bo Rived," John .1:10 17 These sayings let the design of the love of God in siTiK his Son, out into full view. It is to save believing sinirew, not to condemn them nod punish thorn, Helieving in Christ, the gift of God' love to sinners, lets God save thum by His Hon. makes it impossible for God to save because itrfjectn the 8avior. The impossibility of saving the unbeliever is moral in it naturo and henco it remains the same throughout tho ages. It prevent God from deatroying the power of tun in the heart and the will of tho sinner. Ho i left in absolute bondngo to tin and death, its right-eou- s punishment Tho moral regeneration of tho unbeliever is iiupondole. or tho pardon of tho sinner ia not of God's way of aivatlon. It is the only tho moans to the eud the dtstruction of tho power of in in the eool and the qutpkening of the whole inner man into obedience to the will of God. This in more thnt the ctwatinuof hostility on tho part of theuinuer. It is tho feOowtiip of God and man in life whose frnlt is holy. I'nltu Christ's holy life i reproduced in tho believer he is not jntified or tared out of his condemnation. Chrinl t not the minister of sin. And the ino of faith is to receive from Christ, the supremo object o confidencv, tho power of holy obvdionce to God in dwire, will nnd aot. Thus the practical life of holy obedience to God ii provided for nnd secured, in tho gratuitous justification of the believer, for ho is recon cilcd to God and filled with Christ's life. God dwclhhi the believer to will and to do. Thin biUeving lets God sitva the r. It lotfl God take tho man Into posses-sioand make him holy and ahallent, self- Un-beli- ef sin-tien sacrificing, merciful, gentle, meek nnd true in all the relations of human society. How the eternal word: "Verily, verily, I Ray unto you he thatheareth My words and believeth on Him that vent Me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation, but hath parsed out of death Into life," John 5.2 J. Life is the issue of having passed out of condemnation to death into life. The possession of life implies the absence of death. This is the force of the words,"has pwsed out of death into life." Again: "He that believeth on Him is not condemned already, .because he hath not believed on the name of the only begotten Hon of God." Here is juitlfica-tio- n by faith alone and condemnation hy unbelief alone. "Hecause he hath not believed." This i the Bole reason of condemnation. Thercjare no "works" in either case. When theobiect of faith that is Christ is rejected by unbelief, the case is settledjust as when Christ is welcomed and received by faith the case is alto settled, the one is condemned the other ia Justified. It is God who delivers these sentences, not the church, nor the authority loving preachers. Therefore belioving in Christ is just letting God justify, and disbelieving in Christ is compelling God by eternal righteousness to condemn. The difference is clear for it is precisely slated. The believer does not justify himself by the moral value of his faith, but ho believes his justification in Christ and receives it. He apprehends or lays hold of his justification by faith. Christ is the sin offering, not the faith of tho sinner. Neither is bis obedience the sin offering, but Christ alone, Hy believing we let God give us Christ at his own valuation of him, as delivered (into death) on account of our merited condemnation and raised again on account of our accomplished justification," Rom. 4:21. Our condemnation killed the Son of God, our justification raised him from the dead. Dr.Godet says: "Over the blood of the sacrifice a sentence of justification was pronounced in favor of guilty man; his condemnation vim annulled." Onco in the end of the ages hath he appeared for (atheutesis) ao abrogation of sin, the condemnation of the sinner, by the sacrifice of himself, Heb 0 20. T) believe this is to pa out of detth into life, out of condemnation into justification. It is to let God justify us and bring us into the possession of eace of conscience in the blood of Jesus. "Therefore being justified by faith we have peace with God." The believer is justified by the moral value of the sacrifice of Christ. He believes that his condemnation is annulled by the sacrifice of Christ; What the ifttue it justificition into life. we are required to do is to believe our selves to be what God's promises make us to be in Christ saved and accepted by God, without spot or blemish in his eight. And so righteousness without works is imputed to the believer in Christ. In believing we let God invest ut with the spotless robe. ever-aspirin- Teachers' Institute, The Teachers' Institute for Lincoln county opened on Tuesday, 23th inst., in Odd Fellows' Hall. Dr. J . B. Reynolds, of Louisville, who was to be present as conductor, having missed Monday's train, the forenoon was devoted mainly to organizing and enrolling members. An address from the Superintendent designed to foster a spirit of emulation and a desire for improvement among the younger teachers brought the sprightly youth Hon. Wm. O. Hansford to his feet, who proceeded to enliven and enlighten the audience until noon. Dr. Reynolds arrived by train and took charge of the work of the Institute. His mode of instruction is plain, familiar, attractive and instructive. He begins each subject nt the foundation and builds his system with mathematical accuracy and explains with philosophic clearness. Having discussed his modes of teaching reading and arithmetic, he spent some time in select reading and then took up on Wednesday morning map drawing and penmanship which occupied the time until noon. Profs. Elliott, of Kirksvillc, and Rice, of Crab Orchard, were present in the afternoon, It is greatly regretted that these gentlemen could not remain as both represent flourishing institutions, and enlightened educators and would have added materially to the interest of our meeting. As to the material of the Institute nearly all are young. They are conceded to be sprightly, intelligent and unusually good looking. If they engage heartily in the noble work (hey have chosen the county has promise of a noble band of teachers when experience shall have ripened their Wool Carding & Spinning Hill OnioitH anil IMjmolh Roclt CIiiokcuN. We arn running our mill for Carding and Bplnalng Having had several yean and doing good work. Wool can bo aent by express Hill Onions and Plymoth experience with the Itoik (hlekns, with to us and returned same way; pack grease secure- satlefactory results, ly In bundles. Carding white rolla, 8 eta., black wants them to share we want every ).nlr elso that with us their exrellency, and mixed, 10 cts., per pound when grease la d, sud as tha Onions must be set tho 1st and 2 cents aided when we furnish It. Send on lBth of November, on next Monday, November td, your wool and give ua a trial. County Court day, the Onions will in found at ll'4r.-JO.VSC. II'. lllgglns' Grocery 270-l- m MllchelliBurg, Ky ena in a wagon on Store, (Stanford, and tho Chick es the street Kvervbo-lfjEVJC with seed ltwen llVilllliK.J MUM FOB SAIE ! Balein COMMERCIAL HOTEL! I offer for sale privately my farm, near the A Coffey's Mill plko, 1 mllo west of ill. Post-offic- e, county, containing Lincoln I havo rented the above centrally located Hotel, There la a large barn on the placo 074 and tho other Improvements are fair. It Is well and will use every eflort to give entlro satisfaction watered and fenced. I have S acres In tobacco and to the public. Neat, cool rooms; excellent table; 15 acres In corn that I will soil either with the cheap rates. Give me a call. farm or not, as the purchaser desires. Terms lib232-4- m It. CfsAllR. eral. Call on or address V. II'. JtUSX, 281.2m Mt. ealem, Ky. exvNiroim, icy. J. Acre. c-- f- 1 e,gp CD Saw M MillFor Sale! Order. s o;a.Q S i a Having determined to change my business, I ofler for ralo (privately) my .Saw Mill, situated on Brush Creek, in CVsey county, Ky. The Engine is stationary; Boiler 49x21, Engine lOxW; Counter Shaft 21 leet. Edging Saw and Grist Mill at- W haaaJ o 2 RrS -U P r- . CD CD P rCDCn. w 0q 0-- n H oQ -j- n tached. The property is and 111 Gooil ISmiiuIiik Timber plenty and Accessible I would be willing to exchange for good farm stock, tuch as Mules, Horses, Cattle, Ac. Persons wishing to engage In the lumber business will find a good oiwning by applying to 2W-- tf CD q G.F. firat-cla- P P CD p S hj ft fcj P THE DRUGGIST. HUSTONVILLE, Trade. PsIi - Ar- nviiii i.otiAX, llustouvllle, Ky. KY., Is Preparing for n Livrslj Summer His line of goods, In eTery Tarlety usually found In a Houe of tho kind, la largo and complete. power. following is a list of teachers who have enrolled: Misses B. V. Pennington, Effie C. Warren, Lizzie DePauw, Cettie The m Q1 o s O O P" P" r CD Ul ltue. She Was a Book Acient From Boston. Contlnnel nsxt She was a book agent from Boston: "Com. prehended my manifestatations of acumen and experience,"t she remarked sweetly. "I personate the sweet flower by the way side. t The quicksilver reposes entirely in the bulb on such occasion as I fail to accomplish my laudable purposes, t It is practicually impossible to induce me to personate the guileless finny denizen of our Of course It is needless native streams. to deny that I have certain pecuniary objects in view.t I observed the number of gentlemen entering the edifice and set it to mu fie, so to speak, tr You perceive that it is necessary to imitate the allegorical ship of the desert to prove necessary material for tho sustenance of the larvx- - type.t Have you descended suddenly to the concussion produced in the atmosphere through my individual effortH?ttt Majl hope to see your assist the helpmeet of your father's brother to a greater eIevation."C6y And they all bought a book. Get onto my style, tl'm a dasey, 1 am tit's a cold day when I get left, t Can't play mo for sucker, tl'm nfter the scads, tt I piped tho place off, II have to hump myself to get grub. 'Do you tumble to my racket? SWill you ante up.J St. Paul Day. Thurmond, Hattie B. Fishback, Mollie E. Beazley, D. Lewis, Lucy M. Boyle, Kittle Wray, Florence Richards, Laura Holmes, Sue Buchanan, Lillian A. Bastin, Jennio Napier, Mattie Hendricks, S. A. Acton, Eva N. Bradley, Maggie Nix, M. E. Anderson, Amanda Griffio, Annie Holmes, Ella P. Peyton, Belle Bastin, Laura B. Young, Edith Morgan, Alice L. Stuart, Mabel D. Wright, Belle Sudduth, Belle Cockrlll, Mrs. M. E. Simpeon, Messrs. 11, J. Harmon, N. W. Hughes, J. II. Allen, F. B. Morgan, J. M. Cook, W. O. Hansford, C M. Thompson, S. G. Earle, W. D. Dye, 8. D. Gooch, W R. Davidson, T. 8 Benson, J. G. Moore and W. F. Talbott. The afternoon of Wednesday was given first to history on which the Dr. expatiated at length and made Fome valuable suggestions as to the mode of teaching it. He next considered briefly the laws of health, giving special attention to the circulatory and respiratory organisms. Even a synop sis of these discussions wuld be too long for these columns. It is to he resretted that Dr. R's lecture at night, on "The Commou School, how and why," was not more generally heard. The speaker is in full and intelligent sympathy with the movement in favor of a more liberal and more efficient syitem of common school education in our State, which is becoming so popular. He has studied the question and understands both its necessity and its difficulty. His theory is correct and we hope his expectations are prophetic. Thursday forenoon was devoted to Arithmetic and English grammar which elicamong ited several spirited ditcimion the members and exhibited commendable acquaintance with the iihts and shadows of the subjects. The exercises will close Thus far the sessions have been pleasant, for which a are largely indebted to the kindness of friends in Stanford. But this will be more fittingly acknowledged before we separate. y. Judicious Alterations in the Internal rangements Secure Room Comfort and Bettor Display. go CD 4 Particular attention Is called to A Large and Elegant Addition to the P K fcJ CD Stock of Jowelry, And articles o vaitu. X Grand Combination THE INTERIOR Courier-Journ- EXTENT, all other patent causes in the Patent OtSco and the Courts promptly nnd carefully a' tended to. UKn receipt ol model or aketc'i of Invention, I mskerareful examination, and udvleo a to patentability t roo of charge. p iiioilcrittv, and I make no clmrao linlvMH ixttriit In sfciivcil. Information, advice ana special references sent on n plication bo-fo- Caveats, nnd Trade-Mar- secured, end JOURNAL al And the LoulaTllle Weekly One year for only 83 two pspcra for little more than tho price of one. By paying ui S3 you will recelrs for one year l, your home paper with the the reprosentatlrs newspaper of the South, democratic and for a tariff for rerenue only, and the beat, brightest and ablest family weekly In the United Htates. Those who desire to examine a aample copy of the Courier-Journcan do so at this office. Courier-Journaal Near U. S. Paten t Office. t.XTTSihli, J. It.Washington, D. C. CKESflPEIW HO IT. Kentucky's Route East Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tho only line running 831 THE CULTIVATOR A.XD 1885 ! COUNTRY GENTLEMAN THE BEST OF TiTK PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS AGISIOUJLTURAIiWEEKLIES The Country Gentleman Is the leading Journal of American Agriculture. In amount and practical contents, In extent and ability of correspondence. In quality ol paper aud style of publication, It occupies the first rank. It la bellered to hare no superior In either of the three chief of A SOZJlTTEArN FEOM Louisville, Cluciuiiatl ami IJex liiKtou., Hy., while It Includes all minor derartmenta of rural ntotno)ogy, Interest, such as the Poultry Yard, Oreen House and Grapery. VeterQuestions and Answers, Fire-aid- e inary Replies, Farm Heading, Domestic Economy, and a summary of thrt news of the week. Its Market Reports are unusually complete, and much attontlon Is paid to the prospects ol the crops, as throwing light upon ene of the most important of all nuea-tlo;. It la Il71i to lluja'iJ I17in (o Illustrated, and Is Intended to supnly, in a Increasing degree, and In tho boat continually sense of tho terra, a g, liber-orally Farm Crop and rroee,8nen,, UortlctiUufc&Frtilt-GrotrlngLivestock ami lialrvtntt! WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting In eamo depot with fort trains for Tho Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan ville. Norfolk, ni All Virginia and North Carolina Pointn. to For tickets and lurther information, apply yonr nearest ticket olhcc, or addred W. K. tn'IOM), W.J. iJkso, Ticket and l"ass. Agt., Advertising Agt., i!2ri Four lis Ao., Lui.iil;ie, ky 11. W. YCIAMH, . W. NM1 Til, Uen'l Paw'r Ag't. 4n'l Managor, Klcbmono, Vlrvifla LIVE AGRICULTURAL PAPER, "It's a powerful hard matter for me to Keep my religion," said a church member to his minister. "Every time I think I've got an everlastin' holt on it something turns up to make me cuss, so I am kept on a trot between the world utd the mourn- without charge. Specimen copies free. Address er's bench: This morning I lost all the religion I had while trying to shoot Tom LVTlt KK TVCKEIt ib SOX, Publishers. Albany, N. Y Green. The gun wouldn't go off and I had to cuss." I? a. A man in a sleeping car went through a s8 -terrible accident, when the car rolled down i ft: t 8 It is said that the sale of Hlaine's "Twen- an embankment, without waking. It was . . n ty Years in Congrest" has fallen off enor- noted that as the car struck tho bottom he I? mously within the past few weeks. Blaine's murmured: Don't, June, Janr, don't I'll prevarications on the stump have doubt- get up and make the fire directly." 2. ss less shaken public confidence in its reliaPositive Cure for Piles. bility. Hy the wav, what a splendid addi-tio- o To thopeoploofthtsoounty wo would tay that to tho annals of crime the book would we havolcn siren the agency ot Dr. Marchlal's K B si have been had it told exactly what the au- Itnllau l'llo Olntmont emphatically guaranteed thor was up to during those "Twenty Years to cure or moaey rofunded Internal, External, Si mind, Bleeding or Itching Piles. Price SO cents Chicago Times. in Congress." a box. No cure, no pay. Fenny & McAllater, 5 Hy placing ono grain of corn on tho Druggists. ft: 5-of a chess board, doubling tho numDaughters, Wives and Mothers, square o Wo emphatically guaranteu Dr. Marchlil's a. ber of graim for each succeeding square, a female remedy, to euro I'emalA Diseas, the quantity of corn required for tho whole o es, such ai Orarlan troubles, Inllaiunutlon and o 01 pquares would fill board of Ulceration, Fulling and dliplaeeiuant or bearing barns, each holding 1,000,000 bushels of down feeling, Irregalarlttiec, Barrenness, Clisngo 10(,000 grain each, bushels round num- of Life, Leucorrhcaa, Iwddes mJiy weaknesses bers. aprtnging from tho above, like Headache, Bloat1 Blaine's Washington residence cost ing, Signal Weakness, SlecpleeaneH, Kerroua debility, Palpitation or Mm Heart, .to. Tor aale by ST 503,000 and rents for $13,000 per annum. - Although Country Gentleman has loen greatly enlarged by increasing Its size from IS to 20 pages weekly, the term" cootlnue as heretofore, when paid strictly In advance: One copy, one year, 8;. 50; tour copies, 310, and an additional copy for the year free to the sender of club; ten copies, 8.0, and an additional copy for the year free to the sender ol the club. tHTAll new subscribers for 18S5, paying in ce now, will receive the paper weekly, from our receipt of the remittance, to January 1, 1855, & ISS Too Direct Kouti I" St. Louis & tho West Northwest and Southwest by the ay of LOUIS VIXiIilS or CIKCIMNATI. Leavloz CbatUnooata forLou-liaiU- S tsvllle aud Cincinnati mako direct connection at thow points with tho LightExpress ou the Ohio A Mississippi for St ning Ixmia aud all points West. Only from Lou lav I lie ot Clneln-Iuatl to bt.Loute, baton two hours any other line, giving our iasngers than timo for meals and first choice of seats In trains U ia TT,ivr, HOUIo 3 juicier going West. 12Hours Quicker ftfttt" way Chicago. iue going by of .. o. . &Tm. Con- Always maloi i Fast Timo aorl Sur nections Wl'hulltimsat and Intermedial St. Lo.uis "Vo t -- ! s Points. P Terries! oiniillaTruK-l'er- s ! " Don't Feel It Like Work." raakot noitllftrence what tiulness you aro engaged In; whotber you are n preacher, n merchant TItV XI' YOUllSlflliK, a mechanic, a lawyer or a common laborer, you Tho proof of tho puJJIngls not In chew In; tho can'tdoyour work well while you are hall sick Thouiands try to, but all In tvatn. Uow much string, but In having on opportunity to try tho ar ettcr to Veep your orient In good order by tak- tlcUjourtelf. MoRoberta & ftagg.the Druggist, ing Farker's Tonic when you foel "a little out ol have a freo trial bottle of Dr. lltwanko's Ooufhnnd sorts." It would be money In your pocket. Ono Lung Syrup for tch and erery oneuho Is atllleled or any hour or good, rejoicing health Is worth half a doz- with Cuuglu, Colds, AatUma, LuugAtrVctlon. en hourj full of languor and pain. druggists. Vrlccsll and 71 CO er bottle. Send to Dr. Marchlal, Utloi, N. Y fer pamphlet, free. For aale by Teuny A. McAllater, DuggliU. a. Jt 3 ft S I s- - 1 "3. m - Conunilonaiiiade In Union Datvst, tU louts, wlili irulnsof lines gilng West, rtr.itbwwt and goiitliweM. II you aro going Wont to any point, mil on or wrlto to the undersigned. regard to K"r full and ndtallo lcforuiaiu 1 Ouldes Laud, iVc., In the Wetteru Mates, lowest special irate lor Tickets r ) llouawhold and Goods to all paints Weet cajlon r ail 'r u O. II. ALSOl. t I'.illwiy, rouoBger Ag't Ohio A M!sl Uf, 2 2 7- W. TV. WJA.BODY, C. W. W. FreVt and Uen'l JTirnVr, a. HarroUshiof. - l'AMS. Cotitral Fswattfir Agam, Clnjlanatl, Ohio. . "t ityU, tw'lrisw Agt, ly Snw-letWiintmorour- MOTES aaI OF CURRENT EVENTS, WASHINGTON LETTER. To the Editor of Tbs Interior Journal, Mayor EJson, of New York, appointed Washington, Oct. 28, 1884. All WashOencrnlFilz John Porter Police CommisOctobor 31, 1884 sioner. Stanford, Ky., ington, and by that I mean the official life of Ibe Capital, has been to the races the The wife of Senator John D. Fogle died at Lebanon a few days ago after a long past week. The race season is indeed a W. P. WALTON. gala time for this social and political cen illness. expenses of an Allan tre. Fashion, with its modern tastes is a The round-tri- p The newa comes from New York that tlo passenger steamer runs from $40,000 to Broat Patron of the turf nd fhlon no the Blaine republicans despairing ol sucwhere rules with greater sway than here at am now opohing In tho Btoro room noxt to W. H. Hlgglns a $70,000. now cess thero hayo resolved to abandon the the Capital of the Nation. Here a comparaBOOTS W. P. Storey, proprietor of the Chios SHOES, nnd frosh stook of. democracy and apply the monState to the go Timet, is dead, ile bad been an imbo-cil- o tively great portion of the population can ey which was to be expended there to an HOLD DY- afford to enjoy themselves without regard to for two years. attempt to purchase New Jersey, Connecticost. Ergo, they all go, and loso their monKentucky jeans manufacturers met at cut and Indiana. This means, that tho Louisville, organized, and resolved to ey. Heads of Departments, Chiefs of bu tame detestable methods used in Ohio are by shutting reau, down to the $000 clerk, may all be the output 25,000 pieces, to be rasorted to in those States and that down Nov. 1. seen hovering about the or low- deputy United States marshals of the posing on the quarter-stretcfor the admi Harry McAfee, whoJkilled John Clay- ost class are to guard the ballot box in tho barn, another negro at Harrodsburg, Spt. ration of the ladles in tho grand stand, interest of the republican party and Me 10, wrs caught on a farm between Dayton while the diplomatic dudes promenade In rcferenco to tho vnltio of theso that democrats are bulldozed and terrorized and Franklin, O. with usual wont in front of tho crowd. As celebrated Boot Which I offer to tho public at Low Pricoa. Give mo a trial. nnd Shoes wo reinto not voting. Money will be lavishly Republican repeaters are now being they strutted up and down, they seemed to spectfully refer you to tho following used, but the prospect is that it will be in shipped into Louisiana, It Is also reported feel that every eye was upon Ihem; nor gentlemen who have bought them and vain. Hendricks has on two occasions carthat firearms are being dumped into that were they mistaken. The cut of their trow-eer- s, ried Indiana and he is more popular and unfortunate State. shape of their collars, and fashions of know their merit. Tho list is taken beloved there now than ever, whilo New Tho gamblers and professional betters their neckties afforded a good deal of from memory and of course many Jersey promises to remain true to her rec- of New York City are betting at the rata of amusement. The diplomat is of a peculiar names aro omitted: ord and honor her noble son, Gov. Clove-lan- $100 to $S0 that Cleveland carries tho olassof genus homo, both in his face and It. E. Barrow, with her electoral vote. Our prosdress , for he seems to present in combina State of New York. T. D. Nowland, pects are bright all along the lino and if the Mrs. Mary Falkner. aioJ 113, died in tion the fashions of Paris, London, Berlin Sanifortl Irwin, m people are permitted to express their hon- in wS 5 Attorney General Whitley county, Ky., Monday. She wai and St. Petenburgh. est eentimenU at thu polls, Cleveland and born F. D. Albright, Brewster's carriage is always a conspicuous DEAI.KR IN in Knoxville in the first fort ever Hendricks are as sure to be elected as next point in tho Jamea Duddcrar, and this year the old Ilitrdu-iirc- , erected in Tennessee. Horno Hlioea, ttrfrccrle, NnddleH, Tuesday ehnll arrive. Kentucky must not C. Bright, The Louisvillians aro already arrang- man was thero in all his glory. A'iiIIm, Iron, Qiicctinwnrr, Hiikkj Whlna, princifalter in her devotion to democratic Apropos of the races, the fact has lately ing for another Exposition to be backed by Ilutfiry U'hoclN, Movcm, J. E. Bruce, Onno Mill, Unrnctm. world by an increased ples, but tell to tho the general government, so pleased are developed that there are as many fine teams MpokcM, F. J. Ciirrnn, Mill, l.np Govern, majority, how detestable to her are the they with tho and handsome equipages in Washington aa result of the last. KlniM, Miouonnre, Ed. Carter, Corn nheilerx, Collar?, methods of the parly so faithfully repre Time was The Supreme Court of Ohio rendered are to be found anywhere. C. E. Martin, eentcd in the record of its unscrupulous when a handsome turnout or fine span of a decision upon the Scott Law, declaring Olivor Chilled. Champion Stool and Brinlfey Combined Plows, Wooden Dem and dishonest and designing candidate. Geo. T. McRoberU, it to be unconstitutional. Over $2,000,000 horses waa a rarity ujon the streets, and Cast Pumps, and the Colebratod Mayfleld Elorator. TU Boof-in- g ocrate,do not fail to go to the polli and will have to be refunded to the saloon one involuntary turned to look after the un W. T. B. While, and Gmtoring will havo prompt attention. give your support to Cleveland, Hendricks keepers. usual sight. Now, however, such state of Ieaac Phillips, and Reform. John It fight, Jr. The territory of Idaho is knocking for things no longer exists. The miles of as Itov. II. C. Morrison, eeems promising for a solid admiwion into the sisterhood of States. phalt and smooth paving during the sea-eo- n Everything John S. Murphy, are fairly alive, the elegant teams drivdemocratic deligation to Congress from this In hi annual report the Governor states Crnj'g Lynn, State. It is Bid that Taulbee will cer- the population at 88,000 and the valoa of en for the beet part by their respective Smith Baughman, owners. General Deals, on his fine farm tainly succeed John D. White in the 10th assessed property at $93,000,000. Eld. Joseph Ballon, The business of stripping blnegwM just outside the city limits, keeps so many 9th Powers seems to have the and in the fine horewjtbat, were ho minded, it would Dr. HurIi Reid, bludgo on Wadsworth. Both of these dis- seed, which commenced only a few years be possible to appear with a new team tricts are now represented by republicans. ago, ha assumed large propotions, and Judge M. C. Saufley, Qen. Wolford who was elected by 2 200 ma. thousands of bushels are now shipped all every day for a considerable length of time. Georgo Logan, President Arthur has a handsome jority in the 11th in 882, is sure of reelec over tho United States and Europe. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, team of bays. His favorite steed howrmiLBtl IK. Tom Crittenden, who murdered a ne tion by even a greater majority, uur own John Bojley, district promiecs to increase its majority gro, want a change of vsnue, allegiag as ever, is a large powerful gray, mounted upDrngs, Biaks, Stationery and A. R. Penny, sad surely eho ought to do it with so excel- grounds why the prayer should be granted on which it is no infrequent sight to see Faruy Articlos. him riding quietly along some unfrequented Judge J. M. Philips, lent and capable a candidate as the dem- that he can not get justice in JeflersoB, Oldcountry road, half the time his own thoughts ham or Shelby. Justice is what ba does ocracy hai offerd to the people. Gov. 1'cter Carter, rhyaidam' I nacrlplloD tttnnltlj compounds) -for sole companions. In the President's Alio . is a safe, conservative man and not want. W. E. Varnon, Jacob Johnson, for the murder of stable is a lovely little black mare which by his record in all the positions judging W. F. McClary, ho has held, we can confidentially premise Goorge Richards in Marion county, has formerly served Mrs. Arthur as her saddle John Bright, Sr., horse, and to this fact is due the place of that in Congress he will maintain his repu been sent up for life. At the first trial he Tho Largest Stook of Watobes, Clocks, Willie B. Walton, tation bo faithfully earned, and make for got a death eentence, but the Court o Ap promlnenco awarded and the great amount Jewolry and Silvorwaro John Dudderar, the district one of the best members it has peals would'nt have it. Perhaps It can of care lavished upon her. brought to llila luatktt !"rrw lower than Adjudging that the equine personnel of f hia liavtnrv lioon ! stand the present sentence. Ktjt !.! T1.a i.xi u. "" .. ,...s vv.. Tom Stono, Alio fanf UTCr IIOUi Lownl. v, itrhw. lock, an.l Jrwtlrr Miss Ella F. Kidd, of Jessamine coun- the capital may not be .uninteresting to palrrJ on ahoit no lice ami WimoM, Governor of the great State of Kentucky Crow, Charles and filled it with such distinction, will ty, Ky., writes to the New York Sum aa your readers, I am reluctant to pass over lie v. J. M. Bruce, give him a prestige and a prominence not follows: "I have a quilt that contains 01,. the subject without mention of some other G. G. Helm, is will repreThe.Cabinet usually enjoyed by a member. The dem- - S41 pieces, 561,897 stitches in it, 21 spools Master Peyton, sented, Secretary Frelinkatea owning a ocracy of the district should and doubtless of thread and about 30 yards of goods to 3 pair of blooded bays, while Secretary J. A. Harris, will, rally to his support and give him at piece it. I was seven months piecing it. Joseph Pettijjhn of Washington Terri- Chandler rides behind a bay and a sorrel, least 2 000 majority. Let every man do Zan Dudderar, tory, has a remarkable family of ten chil- the chock reins of which are held by a liv his duty. Iteubon Williams, eried driver, a footman, also in livery, comWe give on the first page a list of the dren. One son, seventeen years of aga, is Wm. Carpenter, pleting this very stylish turnout. The democratic electors for this State, for whom seven feet high and weighs 265 pounds. D. B. Holtzclaw, DRUGGISTS MO team behind which Postmaster General height of all hit children is those favoring Cleveland and Hendricks The average D. Perkins, six and a half feet and the average weight Gresham rides is a pair of grays, these bewill have to vote as the vote for president ing furnished by the Government. Bays Georgo Penny, is not direct. This vote 224 pounds. and At Williamsburg a difiiculty.took place seem generally to have the preference, Don P. II. Carter, is by the good old way, viva voce. For Cameron owning a handsome pair, and ProDjaA.X.ISltH I XV E. C. Walton, Congressman the law requires that it be by between Wm. L. Leforce, jailer of Whitley county, and Martin Snyder.county surveyor, fessor Bell, the inventor of the telephone VriiKN, ballot and that ballot to "be printed or A. F. Evans, WallPiipcr, Willi's, SIiinIniI drives a fine pair to his handsome carriage. Clumilt'alH, JlooUH, written on white paper, having on it tho on one side, and G. W. Crumpton, a policeLiquor IiiNfritrmcutH, Thomas House, . Chief Justice Waite has a fine pair about Paints, NliUloiiery, I'Irhi-hname of the person voted for, without oth man of that town, on the other, in which Pocket nufT. Dudderar, sixteen hands high, pretty to look at and.of er distinguishing marks," and "to be folded Leforce was slightly wounded in the left I.auipK, Perfumery, 1'Jro Araix, Daniel Stagg, Jr., Miiclilii breast and left hand, and Snyder waa se- an easy pace for pleasure driving. Secreso as not to chow any part of the name Xecdlcd. verely, but not dangerously wounded In the tary Folger makes a departure In this line, Our JcTTcIrT, Sllvenrnro nml untlral Cnoda Jlppitrtmcnt Is In Clmr It. B. Woods, havwiitten or printed on it. No ballot CoL TIim. Illchnrth, iilio will Kopnlr (YnfcliOH nud Clocks l'roniptl his span being roans. Mr. Arthur's priRichard Orr, one name or distin- right shoulder. ing on it more than beet Btjle. Private nenry of the Greely expedi vate secretary, Mr. Phillips, drives a guishing mark shall be counted." We W. P. Walton, sorrel and dun. Secretary Lin have printed and sent out to the various tion does not yet know that he is dead, the A. K, Denny, coln's horwa are of a rich brown. The precincts in this county, a ballot in accord- bullet of his executioner having killed him Richard Cobb, the law. It has the name "James so suddenly and unexpectedly that ho waa foreign ministers all own some good bits of ance with It. T. Mattingly, not aware of it. But his spirit is now un- horse flesh, those of the British Minister's else. B. McCceary" on it and nothing der instruction by a Chicago medium, who being sorrels. The Russian Minister has W. J. Daugherty, Take one, fold it and put it in the ballot Dr. M. L. Bourne, scratch of a pen or pencil iseiowiy masing nim unusrstana nl con- just imported his new carriage from St. Mox, without the Wm. Daugherty, m it,. if yon wish your vote'to bo counted dition. The case is gravely reported in the Petersburg, extremely odd looking and therefore stylish. This is drawn by a stout Journal. .or a gentleman, we should all be proud to John W. Bastin, Hon. Ed. Henderson, Chairman of the pair of black jet steeds. The Chinese MinAND honor. F. M. Flenner, democratic State Committee of Indiana, ister also drives black horses, seemtnely setGov. Cleveland wns tendered a royal says: XTin-nitxir- e John Ferguson, "Indiana will cast 482,000 votes. ting behind them with the greatest contentreception at Newark, N. J., this week. It Our organization Geo. Dunn, is complete. . Democrats ment. The fine roans used by the Mexican A Tiill and complete iinorlincm or Furniture, is his birthplace and the people there are embracing are verv sanguine of success, but great Minister are accustomed to the hardest W. H. Higgins, proud of the fact. Among other good work is yet OhcapcHt to the 1'lnent NuitcM. N before us. The double vote of driving of any of the Diplomatic spans. Mike Elkin', need to Ko to the lurKe cIIIcm lo make things that he said in his speech the follow pureliHCH, no matter our State is 24,000. The battle isj for that The Japanese Minister drives out in his perpetuWalker McKtnney, ing deserves especial notice: wuatqiiautlty or quality you uant, iih I can g vote. We believe we are all riehL 8uch fine drag, with a most any priced you can obtain clHOwlioro, IrclKlit and ulll duplicate of our institutions and the public welity Robert Ferguson, being added. enthusiasm on the part of the democrats has pair of bays, with short, cropped tails. One, fare surely do not depend upon unchanga full iWKortnieiil of CoIIIiih, Civcm. Whroudu and Kobe embracW. F. McKinnoy, for its great beauty, is the never been equal in Indiana." horse noticeable ing party ascendancy, but upon pimple, ing all the Style, both cheap and cxpeiiHlrc. Warn roam Boss Dillion, Kit Carson, the famous scout to whose thoroughbred black owned by the eminent oppoHltc-NCAMipl- i business-likadministration of the affairs Hotel, Nlauford, ICy. memory Bob Ingcrsoll is soon to unveil a philanthropist, Mr. V. W. Corcoran, and John Bright, Jr., .jf Government and the appreciation by monument at Santa Ie, was a native of ridden by his granddaughtet, Miss Eustis, II. J. Darst, public officers that they are the people's Madison county, Ky., born Dec. 24, 1809.' this young lady being the finest horsewomTAYLOirs PpR masters." Jno. S, Owsle,y, ervants, not their At the age of teventeen he became a hun- an In town. tiE--Ar.Co. Srt.Y"aDK James A. Carpenter, Desiring to give his friond Greaham a ter on the Western border, was Fremont's The routine work of the national comif.ni ENGIHt? Adam Ponce, Jfe job while he hai the power the Preai-len- t chief of tjcoutd in the Pathfinder's famous mittees in this city has practically closed. OHAMDEUSBtmo, PA. has apointed him to a United States exploration of the Rocky mountains, was a To say that the canvass is "red hot" hard J. E. Florence, Si Fivo Awards at the Lonisvillo ExposA vi?Vvvv?ivy judgeship and given the Secretaryship of Lieutenant in the Mexican "war and was ly expresses the intensity of the situation. Matt. Hutchinson, blUU IU 1UOU, the Treasury, which Greeham had held lees broveted Brigadier General in tho Federal It is politics to the right of you, to the left l.nglnM from 2 to ?S0 horwt )owr, 6aw Mllla froir Gabo Walters, I'm to tho UrgMt alanJanl alto. I'orUblo Com than a mouth, to Hugh McCuIlough, now army during the Into war. Carson 'died at. of you and all around you. Everybody -MUM from the North rarellni Mill Stone Co., Robert G. Hail, JKV.WW; 'Wr fl a "the f Maryland. Jir. Alci;. is now 7o years Fort Lynn, Col., in 1S08, and his remains, has the subject on his tongue. You have lictt Mllla In tho worM for maklns tnpal for tU uw. Wrllo fjr prlra. Aditrwi H. Ballou, was Secretary of the Treasury under we believe, are now buried there. md Lou. but to listen and you will be able from Rev. A. C, Nowland, Lincoln and remained so till the end of the Times. what you' hear to fix up the reenlt to suit GEO. WEAKEN. Addio-lvin'germ filled out by Johnson. The director of the Mint reports that yourself. OENKRALAOT., P. IIAMTON, Jesso Walters, , , the coinage during the year amounted to I eeo that freckles are in fashion. How Blaine was wined and dined at TraYelInK Agent. CMIOilivftjSfIC HwMFoao, Kv Q Bright, J. II. 2 in Now York, Wednesday, by $57,880,921, of which $27,932,821 wore nice for the people that have iron hidden Chas. Dunn, gold, $28,773,3S7 silver (the latter except in their blood and visible on their faces! Jay Gould and the other capitalists, who Dr. Leo F. Iluflman, expect favors from him. about $073,000 in silver dollar,) end -- ither owa or Freckles are tho out ward ni(;n of inward iron And a host of others. of minor coins. The coinage of I have always understood. In America they solid with the mo3!alne has always been The Buell Block i3 tunned by the gold waa about $S,000 less tbon during the are so much in voguo this year that artifinopolists. previous year. In addition to the coinage long tinio cold liquorpro-cee- s, cial roeanB have been adopted for producEveu since tho Lexington Trantcripl was executed for the Government $1,000,000 in ing them. A freckle manufacturer has inAND- thereby producing soft nnd pleas lurcbaused by Mr. David E. Coldwell its silver w.w struck at the San Francisco mint vented a sort of Band that is rubbed Into ant wearing material. Any method iourse ha been onward and upward till for Hawaiian Government. Besides the the cheeks and comes out freckles. Probathat will tan stock in ten to thirty i ib a crelit to iU city. It now gets the manufacture of coin, gold bars to the value bly he Is the same practitioner who bows iresa dispatches and all the local news of $23,875,580 and warranted. London Truth: days in order to make it cheap will silver bars of the value dlmplea-rcsu- lt I.urj;e Stock of Iho following float. of $7,030,721 were prepared at the mints unavoidably destroy its life, and when A fire damp explosion in the lounge-town- , tho oil used in dressing evaporates tho The Independent republicans of Maine and assay oltices. Pa. coal mines killed 20 people. laiin that Cleveland will carry Mks3c!iu- leather becomes hard and brittle. A How He Dot a Position. Mit. W. F. Ames, who came to this connetta and it is not entirely out of the rango "I applied for a position Id o banking bouse In siuglo thought ebould convinco you Baker Grain Drills, Buckevo Grain Drills, II- - ty from Gallatin county this year and rent- t possibilities mat no will not carry Wall atreet ilx month! ago, and although I provMcSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, inois and Iowa, Ged send such a tidal ed land of J. II. Miller, has housed 12 000 ed my competency they would not take mo. I had that notwithstanding tho diflorcnco in pounds of White Burley tobacco of a very been down on my luck and looked old and ahabbr. price, you can hotter afford to buy Champion Sulky Plows. Knlamazoo Harrows vavo. Ohampion Steel Beam Plows, superior quality, which he is assorting into An Idea struck we. I got up a new growth of hair Buell's Boots And Shoes. Older Mills, Oano Mills, Cane Mill., Evaporators, Fellow democrats, we feel that victory with Parkei't llalr Dalsam, alscd.'a decent mltol Feed Onttora, Bovcn different grades. clothwi, applied again, and they took me In n minBuKBioB, Carrlugofl, Surroys, Spring Wngonii, i in the air. Tha nnws is encouraging all GEO. H. BRUCE & CO., Farm Wagona,&0 long Ik liie. Lit Kantuoky roll up ftO,. S. J. Embry sold to a Rockcastle man ute." So writes a clerk with '82,000 a!ary. Tho Solo Agents for Buoll's Boots ' &Shoos, A few Molln and t'ural and Hrndley .Sulhy u moral la plain. Parker's llnlrBaliatngWej a 000 for Cleveland and Hendriokr. a yoarlisg bull for $60. iiowii nt a new face. DOWT FORGET NEW STORE! HEW BUELL & -- DIGS! I se book-maker- s, h GEO. H. BRUCE & CO. Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationery, Fancy Articles, &c, d, Hi H la if P ff H m a d, n. Urate, Iler TITO JEWELERS. II B&sg Mir four-in-han- d PHARMACISTS. high-stepper- mnHbtn!o&&!Abb PilUSTS, nt Opera Houso Block, Stanford, Ky., well-match- JBb Jleiigio-Philotophie- Dealer in Nw ! jour Parlor stylish-appearin- AIa M e w&mm Taylor Manufacturing 3&Jzfy tt.y 4m I. COMMISSION MEKCANT MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. 4a per-ao- STANFORD, KY. Coat Co close out. j liTillfcfclWWi MfetiWajkMHiMM r ULMiM.uinmu.rt jBcmHfiB whin Stanford, Ky., ntcrk$oraI Octobor 31, 1884 A lot of Zeiler mItccI at 8. II. Bhanka'. week Full Ihoa'. Shoes juatro l. Mall AN. LOCAL TIME CiRD. 12 4.1 Lawik lot of new good arriving this at T. K. Walton's. II. C. Ilun.KY, the merchant tailor, has on hand a verr fine linn of aultlcga. Call onco and examine. -- train going North.. Houtb...... ' Kxpreailraln" Koath...... time 1 Hxkk Stock. Twenty ehnres in CitlI II A.M. 1 15 A.M. " Mora..., " ren'a National of Lancaster. Address or The abore ! calculated ou standard time. Bohr call at Imiieriou Journal office. SO - .... 1 6(1 r. u. at p. h. - " HI About rulnutes faster i m tk m We invite attention to our new stock of Glassware and Queensware, new styles and IlUY your echool book a from Tate A designs. Come and get our prices and we enny. Hr.AiQi;AnTEns for ichool book at Mc- -' know that wo will rave you money. S. 8. Myers A Co. Roberta &Slw'e. New nkadea of ready mixed paint for A LAiton and well selected lot of fall and iprini; trade at Mclloberla A Btagg'i. winter suits and a great variety of over Watches and Jewelry repaired on ahort coats have just been received at J. W. Hay-den- 's notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. which will take the cake in price A coxtrMTTK etock of jewelry, fateet (lylo. liockford watche n rpecialty. Tate and quality. Be sure and give his stock A Penny. an inspection before purchasing, Douiilk and tingle barrel thot guns ranginc from $3 to $100. A loo ammunl The Nashville .Wanner eays: The sur'lion of all kind at McRoberla A RlaggV. veyors of the Chesapeake A Nashville railroad have reached a point 1 miles from PERSONAL. this city, and expect to get to the Sumner -- Mn. W. T. QIIEK.V, of Bell county, wai county line within ton daya. The work was hero thin wto'c. will bo prosecuted as rapidly as poible. Mro. M. A. Hock nit went to Knox, Mill- Wnhave just opened in our new atoro rllle, Tenn., ywlerday. Mhi. L. G.Ei)EU.H, of Alum Sprira room, tho mot elegant line of Chamber Sels, Llbrnry Ltmp, Decorated and Plain la vl'ltms Mr. Oeo. II. Bruce. Hok. IIaiirimm Bailey, of Shelby, Lamps, ever brought to this market. We defy cotnjetltion cither In style, price or la here on business connected with hie Come finish In goods of this description. estate. Mhh H. J. McHonniTS attended lie and lock at our goodi, whether you want to Grundy Fogle marriage and returned buy or not. Warren A Melcalf. yesterday. MlLLtNEitY. I have just returned from Mrsmt. Jahek Paxtom, A. K. Denny the cities with a full line of the latest and George D. Wearen attended the I'rcv styles of fall and winter millinery and am bytery at Itiohmond Tucday. dally reretvlng new goods. I call the atThe frienda of Dr. W. U. Penny were tention of the ladies to my opening which glad to ee him on the afreets yetterday, af- will take place on next Friday and Saturter a lone content with the fever. day Oct. 31st and Nov. 1st. Thanking Mh. James H. XuHKEi.LEY,who went them for past patronage I solicit same. from here with the Kanaa excursion in Prices low. Mrs. Kate Dudderar. September, located In Iltrper and we learn Mam Indicted. Our A NKwei'ArEH is doinjj well. readers will remember an account of a difDr. P. V. LooArt, laba of this place, ficulty at Crab Orchard Springs last snm-me- r, was elected President of the American in which Dn E. CSullIvan drew a Khinological AMoctalion. which recently pistol on John A Haldeman, both of the met at Hi. l.otiln, Qmritr Journal The grand jury took cognl-zane- e Mayoii Wm. DAUOiinnTY and I. Mac of the offence and brought an IndictBruce represented Stanford Lodge, No ment against Mr. O'Sullivan for assault and 150, at the meeting of the Grand Lodge carrying concealed weapons. As be is now this week in Louisville. , on the editorial force of the New York U'otU, It Is not likely that he will have to LOCAL MATTERS. answer soon. Suoaiw very low at T. R. Walton'. AccortDiNO to the assessment, Lincoln Fnnui Fisu always on hand, J. T. Har county haa 53 miles of railroad yalued at ris $1,113,931 upon which she can collect tax. Sixteen pounds light C. or new crop The Cincinnati Southern haa 23.08 miles, N. O. sugar for f 1. at Crlght A Cnrran'i. which with the assessment of $30,000 per Pl.t as r. call at Bright A Cur ran' where mile and Ita other property amounts to A Nashville 22.5 CATTLK. our books are kept and settle your coal ac- $71 8,231; the Louisville .. Common to medium ..... miles, assessed at 15,000 per mile, amount.f2.7Xi3.7S ((WjtUUIJ.Ili .f count. We need the money. I. M. Bruce. . 4.OO0L75 ing with its other property to $339,CS0 and Ooo-- l to extra buthr REM u'4 choice sal rir.... -.. . 4.W08.25 tm Jukt IK. A big line of Heating Stoves the Kentucky Central 4.01 mile, asessed Common toim! Blockers .... . 8.7HJB.W and Grates ami "cheaper than tho cheap-oat,- " 512,000, amounting to $50,070. Stanford cIm. r..l noon. a. .. w:ni. 1. r at Bright A CurranV. oau tax the L A N. on .71 uiilo asesed at Selrctei bulchsrs siiJ Imwtjt ihlir ..5 1.75413.10 & .,. . nlniim 4 35(33.65 Fair to koI racken.. d $11,150 and Crab Orchard 1.13 miles Till, teacheia til wiih one accord proFslrtOKOod light 4.2301.70 at $17,.r00. Common .... nounce Institutes a humbug and a costly s.CSQi.lS CiHci;-I'or- iiT. Judge Owsley haa fixFor Sale Good Family Horse concern to the children ol the county, .S3.MO3.00 ed the 11th day of tbe term for the trial of Cowmen to klr.-- .. .. y, about lEKbsads'high, t.KQt.25 DBSCRirriON Dark We want all thoe Indebted to us for Mullins and White, the negroes charged Good to extra ell 3.2Sg(.50 5 TMrsold, sped mover In tarnei meat, coal and lumber to come and pay us with murder; flth day for tbe trial of Pe- Lamim Cwamon to cholen ijilcDtlld saddle hune; kind aid grnt'e for a lady to drlrr: perfectly Muud aud without a blcmliu. now at we need the money to buy hogs. DANHLLE.lSOrLE COUNTY. AIhi a Rood second-han- d Will sell reKDHllr. ter Chandler, charged with malioions shootPhaeton IIukrjj been In light use about a Year. Williams A Ramsey. ing; the ith for tbe trial of Jim Embry for An infant son of Prof. J. C. Fales died Will tell i hcan. Apply to the undcrslcaed at W,-HuitonTllle. J. il.TAYLoit. I'eihons wishing to make a cheap trip wife murder; 10th for the trial oi Jim Wil- Wednesday evening of flux. to Texas or Kansas oiii prooure tickets at son for house breaking and the 10th also Mr. Adam Elliott and Mis Martha L. greatly reduced rates by oalling on J. C. for the trial of Stark Fish and Jim lUfoi, Watkins obtained marriage licensa on tbe TWO FARMS FOK SALE. Fergusaon, Stanford. who have been indited for shooting with 27th inst. Mr. Wm.H. Downton is now clerk at I offer for le two fimm, ljrlng en the Stanford intent to kill and also for carrying conlf The friend to whom I loaned my over- cealed rlk". one conlalnlnc 4ii Ares, Abe Minx and John Bal- Bruco A Hinmnn's livery and ealo stables and tamerset of Waynoshurg Ktntlou, CM. K. It., weiotia. mile Mt coat list spring, will plene return it as he nnd one ol 13.1 Acres, 1 mile north of. aiOd station. lard who shot at each othsr sometime ago on Fourth street. Considerable fruit, plenty of water, Umber, Je. further use for forfeited can possibly have no Mr. Geo. D. Bitterton is tho parent of Improvements fair. TermaeMy. their bonds to awswer trial for it now, as the weather is getting cold. malicious ahootinp; Robt. Rlgney for ob- fine twinboys. The young strangers arIt. IK J'AltOKTTfKy. Wajrnnbur-- , 10 in " 8. 8. Myers. structing justice by breaking up 'Squire rived Wednesday night. Col. Wagner's Unrivalled Minstrels are Death. Mr. James Tucker, t he lady Kit Brown's court was fined $50 nnd cost; who recently suffered the terrible operation Taylor Peyton, Indicted in six oases for re- advertised to appear at the Opera IIous Having (peured room at Mr. B. O. AUord'a.I of having one of her breasU, which waa af- tailing was fined $20 in three; Frank Porter on the night of Nov. 4th. am prepared toseMelho ladles In fected with cancer, cut off waa releived of for btoich of peace one cent and ccite. The Mr. 8. S. Rotzell, of Lexinaton, a for- and other klnili of tewing In the best itylo and at rates. Pollclting a shared yeur patronher auflering by dnth, Wednesday, L. A N. has been indicted in three oases for mer citizen of this place, was in town reasonable rtspectlully, age, 1 am, Josh Wednesday tho guest of the Clemens 282-butructinL" the miblo highway. 3I1SS ELLA BniKRY, BtAnford, Ky. 1 m Cloaks. Cloaks, Cioakt. Nw Markets' Djre, for forgery, swore that he could not House. New Markets, New Markets, Ruielan CirBruce and Hinman bought Wednes-dget julice hero and by consent he was givculars, Russian Circulars, Russian Cirof Mock Hughes a roan phaeton pony change of venue to Casey. Joe Whit en a culars, at Harden', Hnyden'a, IIayden'n, ley's cao for hhooting Bud Curtis was fixed for $100. Mr. Hinman sold to his partner, ranging in prices from Sr to $125. for trial on the th day of the term and so Mr. Bruce, a half internet in his fine gray I will on STt'ItPAY THH 1ST IMY OF IUllow-ICv184, ssexetutor or Roy Btewnrt deed, In some portions was Sam Embry's for carrying concealed gelding for $250, Tufa all on which Allen tlie Mr. J. R. Carrie!!, architect, is super- mi Din uri.mlmui. rml nillesInim ntanlord on thn from of the world it is celebrated with much weapons. The Grand Jury had returned Heaaley now lives l'i intending the erection of n fine houso for Huitonvllleplae, MMin pkio me rump ui nuj ceremony br tho, Wi.i are supurntiliunit 60 mdictmeuts to jotterday, .mostly for Stewart deed contalnttK .tout 153 ""heat powkI. Jar- Riven l"t January 161 enough to biheve that it will be made email offence. There is not a great deal to Robert Moore on the Willie Grimes farm tlculari mad.' known on Unvol renting. .11 VHP III, evening, who will be their do this term so Jndgo Owsley adjourned now owned by Mr. Moore. Tho dwelling known on that J. S. r.x'or. K. Stewart. 29V3t partnera fur life. his court yesterday till next Wednesday nt on this place was accidentally destroyed by give lawyers, juror, clerks and fire several months ogo. Some of the opponent of the railroad 9 A. M to Mr. Andrew Whitley has sold hie ina fair show at the election. acheine blame the magistrates for ordering clients terest in tbo grocery establishment corner STANKQHD. KY. the election. Of course this is from ignorance. RELIGIOUS. of Main and Third streets to his partner The Legislature passed n bill ordering tbe Ky., Jn. II. Genlry. Mr. Whitley it is under- W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor. Eld. B. II. Cox, of Middlotown, magiBtrateato call an election, when a pestood will remain until Jan. 1st on account will preach nt the Christian church in Stanwas. presentition signed by 2' tax payers Eleht eomnleto ot of Bom Rl.nnf of Mr. Gentry's sicknew. ford next Lord's day at 11 o'alock A. St. cry. boating capacity, w. ted to them. Perry, Jr., of tho firm of lUMonAbl ratei to goodinciuuuiK cat Mr. II. J, attractions. 'Ike Oltl Path Guidt, with the other paCommie-aioncaboTo. at r ners Issued by the Company, uos been re We nro indebted to the County Linne? A Perry, wna married Thursday for tho report of the Initltuto and moved from Louisville to Covington. evening to Miea Jennie M. Zimmerman. yhen he remarks that the tenchera are The annual meeting of the Lincoln Mr. Perry' father, Rev. 11. J. Perry, of LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT unusually good looking, we fully ngrco with County Bible Association will bo held at the M.E. Church performed the ceremony SAIXIi: I'ENNINOTON it S. B.rENNINGTON. him no far as tbe ladlea are concerned. Wo the Methodist church next Sunday evening which took place nt the resilience of Mr. Notlco la hereby glren to whom It may concern filed Inr Sallio Tennlngton, that tbe havn't aeon together for a long time a nt 0.30. E. B. Linney on Fourth street in the pres- rotttioD plalntltl'. the de'endant, ti. II. has l'cunli,gton, agatunt Tho Catlottsburg MdhodUt is glad to ence of about sixty relatives and friends. In the elerVa offlcool this court, praying thai the healthier, rosier or handsomer let. court empowr her ti use, tnjoy, tell aud eonTey of the last dollar of At Masonhuimer's Restaurant, oppo- for her own benefit any property she may own or The Georsia MiuHtrels, composed entire report the payment Wesleyan College nt or dobta of her hua- site the Court House, Danville, Ky., meals nrmilro. frv from tho claims nn J be aued as a tinly of colored artlstst cave a very creditnble, debt on tho Kentucky bind, to ijakooontrvM, mo own name aod to Millersburg. are served nt all hours. Gamo always on gle woman, to trade In her performance here Tuiwday night and judj;- her uronirtr by wlllordeod. It Is order At a mtoting of tho Presbytery nt baud und in its eoaion, Oysters, fresh fish, ed that this notlco bo published In the Intkrior log from the ooutinucd applause which they Tuesday, the pastoral connecnewspapr published In Stanford, Richmond and elmilar delicacies served in all styles Jouknal, a wceblr Insertions boforo tho next received the audienco wns unusually well two Ky,, tion between Rev. I. 8. McElroy and the and on short notlco. Look out for the term br tho Lincoln Circuit Court. of pleased, Chas. Ilunn ia a capital coinme-dia- u (ilven under my hand as clerk ol said court. Presbyterian church of thiB place was dis- sign "Woodbine Restaurant" and call when J. P.MAILKY.CIk. Oct.JU.lRHI. and Is thn peer of any white man in solved. Mr. McKlrov will go in a short you are hungry. F. W. Masonbeimer A hla line of bushier. Meagre. Richards and timo to Mt. Sterling. Co., Dinvllle, Ky. Pringle, tho managers are clever gentleman LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT The merry jingle of bo Court-hous- e MARRIAGES. nnd give the puhllo all they promise on tho bell has called the faithful together nearly W. R. WILLIAMS ANI MOLLIE WILLIAMS. bills. PKTirioNKxi-AaiB- . Mr. Adam Bistin and MifB Rachael every day this week to wltnosa the final Notice Is hereby given to whom it may concern A fellow named Verdon nnd another Neleon were married at Highland on tho W. It eupprweion of the whieky traffic. When that the petitioners, haYe thisWilliams and Moll la day filed tholr petiWilliams, his wife, named Bill Martin, both from the Waynes-bur- g 29th. Ricketts was tion In the clerk's ofDco of this court, I'ravtnu Tho clerk Issued two married licensee the last report clo?ed John neighborhood, got Into a fight at the court empower the alu Molllo Wllllauu to a widower of 04 and undergoing martyrdom for selling a drink that theenjoy, tell and convey for her own benefit to uw, Commercial Hotel table the other morning, yesterday. One own or aiulre, free from property sl.o to a youth, of sixteen. The first of whisky to a negro "detector" named any claim or tUbU may her huibandi to make con. of Martin threw a glass at Verdon, tho other when suff- thi tracts, Biioaad be sue 1 as a single woman, to trado David S. Grflitha and Mrs. Price. John marshalled testimony which struck him on tbo head producing oonple were nsmo negro wbb In her owndeed, and to dlipoie of her property by will or general fight EIIm Vanderpool and tho second MaBter W. icient to satisfy the jury that the a very piinful wound. A n It Is ordered that this notice U B Land and little Mil a Alice Payne, who is a liar and a verdiot of not gullly waB tho tha IxTFiiWB Jouusal, a newtpaper published lu then ensued, ciusing much destruction to On Tuesday Atahibald Denny Stanford, Ky by two weekly Insertions beforo tho former marrlafc was solemn-izt- d result. table ware, when Mr. Clark am'uted Mar- but 15 Tho regular term of tho Lincoln Circuit Court. tt Crab Orchard and tbe Utter at Mr. stepped luto the dog ohanRtd with tho nut under wr ha ad ae'"k of wld ejHtl. made Oitbo tin out witb his boot too. Ho then J.l'. IIAILBY.CIk.tS Oet. 9, 1SI. ptj samo dire ofJmse. Arch got rid of; Price's near Proaohertville. William racks fjr till tlaibaranl waj not arrested, LOCAL NOTICES. con-tinnbro-ther- 'a At tho home of the Initio, on tho 29tb, Mr. Willttui T. Weakley, of Shelby coun-tnnil Mian Anna Ti, Galnei, daughter of R W. Gaines, of thin county, were married by Hot. J. M. irnro. Mlsa Mattie B. Fogle, of Lebanon nnd Mr. Jntnen A. Grundy, late of same place, were married at the brlde'ri realdcwco and left at once on a tonr through lnB oouwern omie, mwr nnicn iney win ,0Cftte ,n Nashville, where tho groom la on- gaged in business. The bride is one of the most charming of ladles and the groom is to be envied in his good fortune In securing her. Our hearty good wishes are extended to them. Mr. W. L. Withers, of Lancaster, and Miss Annie B., daughter of Mr. Thomas House, of this county, woro married at the latter's residence, Wednesday by Eld. Fow-le- , of Lancaster, after which the happy couple left for a visit to Cincinnati and Louisville. Lewis has waited sometime to become a Benedict but he waa smart enough to get a House when be did marry. Moet men marry and have to look out for a hou'e afterwards. Well good luck to him and his. y, testimony without much trouble, when a man named Hughes was introduced who sworo nnd deposed thut he had gotten a little of the monster at Arch's establishment. This was a flank movement that Aroh was not expecting and his forces were ho disposed that he could not meet it, in a word judgment for $100 and costs were recorded against the defendant. Wednesday another case against John Ricketts for selling whisky was called. John didn't want to be tried beforo T. P. Young the Police Judge so he filed an affidavit setting forth that be could not get a fair and im partial trial beforo Young. This affidavit wse concurred in and supported by that of Geo. Lawrence and Archie Itochester whom Ricketts had rejected as tho two "reputable citizena" required by thestatute. Judge Younjr, refuted to retire until proof was made that Lawrence and Rochester were "reputable citlnens." This was done by the affidavits of several other citizens nnd his nortor left tbe wool sack without further controversy. The caso was then until Friday. Thursday morning when your scribe waa engaged in hunting up facts for this column he learned Lewis Fnulconer wau at the Ciurt-hone- e engaged LA NO, STOCK AND CROP. in a law suit with tho whie folks and that Corn is selling at S2 25 to $2.50 dcliv- the accusation against Lwis was that of ered In Stanford. selling whisky. Mr. Rigney sold to Waro A Robinson PAINT LICk, GARRARD C0UNTT. 21 yearling cattle at $2 1. Joe Mullins bought of Dr. Spillman a Foil Sale. A pair of extra fine work houso and lot for $150. mules. John Bright, Stanford. Mirs Maggie Smith is making preparaFoil Sale. 17 head nice tions to go to Texas to spend the winter. steers R. II, Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. 2t. We had a steady rain Wednesday At a sale In Bourbon this week corn brought fiom $1.25 to $1 60 per barrel in which will give tho farmers a nice job of tobaoco stripping. the field. Mr. James Martin altered 21 calyis G. C. Duncan sold 113 head 500 to cattle at Winchester Monday at $L-1- 0 Tuesday and nine out of the number died. There mnst be something In the sign. to $1.50. Go to C. B. Engleuian'tf and get your fancy cattle of Sixteen Win, and 15 good yearlings for ewle. Jerry groceries at rock bottom prices. HJghett csnli prion paid for all kindd of country. Brifcow, Milledgoville. Fon Sale Ciieaiv-Sol- id colored reg- produoe. Our eoal dealer?, Ward A Lutes, say istered Jersey Bull, 18 months old. J. E. Carson, Crab Orchard. t they will not engage any mora coal, oa the Chas. If. Rice, of Bourbon, aold to K. C. and L. A N. railroads are getting up John T. Hedges 50 plain cotswold ewca av- their backs again. Some thief made a raid on A. B. Ely's eraging 150 pounds at $0 per head Mr. Bly save Fon Sale. Four pairs of good homy, turnip and cabbage patch. he would not hhve oared so muck about the two pairs fine mule and a lot of dry and milch cows. Stock can be aocn at R JL cabbage and turnips if they had not have orippled his dog. , Gentry's. F. J. Campbell. Littleton Rico left Wednesday on the Winch esteu. From 2,000 to 2,500 cattle on the market, feeders selling at from 12.31 r. x., train for Oyntkia a wkre he i to 5c , yearlings $32 50 to $35 per head; will be married to Mi's Nora Ilobiaton, of He was accompanied by mountain 2. 3 and cents, mountain that place Messrs. Salcra and Henry Wallace. They calves $812. Cashmero goats, of the late went along to see tbe knot well tied. A. Rcnick'a eaUte $11.75. Cincinnati cattle remain quiet with SEW ADYKrtTISESEHTa. but little change in prices; hogs are slow and lower; ahcep and lambs are dull. The quotations are; DfiilaEII -- L WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - nnCara ixzMSf' ran -- AND J EHS OF Fl Ullii 10 MA. WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY WAGON! AEm CAKMIACrES, ' d And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THB- - IKEoisf Complete lam Hard ware and Queen: was? -- IN THE CITY.- - 1 We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, Patronage. And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your ..-- BRIGHT & CUREAN. val-ue- one-ha- HMHESS JffAItlWG-Iireae-Maki- ng I Mle M $&wm AI.TFAYS ON HAND POliIi STOCK OF Sife y :pmi&M KiENarsiTO. e. ilon Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- OPERA HOUSE, fitjuro.-MiS- VERY- s '& UW PBStSES GIVEN FOR Short-tim- e SISi5 No And to Prompt Paying goods sold on long time. - Customers. BSE - ol mm Ifliitle from the hent 31limcofii VhciU. r$ For sale only by T. R. -- VT ATSOW. TUY- le Sl3 Plus IBItoa 3 Sf n .,,.. BEST KOASTJED JHO, CSrOOC2L .3J,1b,O.OlS.l0.,3s- j I'orBUloouIy by Pya' T. It. lt'A&TON. Jj fife Scmi-ffittteW- ji Interior Joiirnal HOUSES, CANNED COODS. SOME GHOST b A STORIES. TALE. ORDER OF ELECTION. MW II A3I rSlTlllESTOllY TWO BROTHERS' DIVIDED Almost Everything For tlio Tnblo to II ml In Cans. "Very Doatou Globo.1 many pooplo," iinid CURIOUS SUPERNATURAL Tins day XV. 0. Wolch nppenred and (LOUlSVILLrT&NASHVILlE RM.W read to tho court an act of tho General As A llewsrdQf Two lluuiirrd Doll . A4j rw in will hti ld " I Wll.J!AjU,i i IJIIEWIRBSS sembly of Kentucky entitled, "An act to lijrths frlrndiof the late J. K llencJIct far tho Ifcn JJiiror Kmult of n I.cgncjr That AVna THE GREAT quantities of theso goods nro ancnpttirof his murderer, Henry lloberls. ltoherts Intriiilril to Conciliate A Grnulto authorize Lincoln county to ratre money to la about 31 yoariof sgn, dark complexion, liacel nually consumed." State llrntlierly Itor and tho aid in the construction of n ratlrod thro' cjcn, nuooth f.iro ami Tory baJ rountcnuDce, rath "The variety is very great, nhor' Outcome of It. sniii county," approved May 1, 1831 and crheary bull, weigblog prubAbljr Hi) founds. "Thero is scarcely anything thnt grows the reiijxm presented a petition, which is Cor. rhlhviolpbta Tclvraph that is not canned. Wo pack meats of all ltjrts llmtcli N. II.) Cor. Chicago Inter Ocons, filed, signed by the Chesapeake & Nanh-vill- e kinds and vegetnblos nnd fruits of ovory I hnvo just hoard n very curious etory Hallway Co. by K. Zimmermuu, Pro VAJLtSS. JFSI IB ! "3hmy arc queer folks iluwn Lord lit New llsnuiahh-but eccentric, mid variety. As a rule, theso goods aro packed which Is now going tho rounds of London ideut, and by W. G. Welch and 27 other honost, in hotter shape than thoy used to bo. This socloty, nnd which forms ono of tho I bate been aHlDtet agent for tlio sale of the citizens and residents of the juKtices' disono lm to b nmoug thorn but n llttlo farm of Mr, l'bube C. Illalo and lielis, containing topics of the dny. It is curtainly tricts of Stanford, Walnut Fiat, Turner vWille to obtain n na-.glimpse of human especially applies to strawberries. Tho illO Acvcm, lying yA ol a mlM from Iluitontlllo asVlng great bulk of this fruit which is canned Is ono of tho best It nairre. The other tiny I a riding by nn put up in Maryland. Until recontly tho supernatural authenticated storios of tho villa and Huntonvlllc precincts,be held thin un thel.lherty iMkaand I herehy olfitr two rlrate- ol in H hat it coed dwslllng-houilorlei that I havo uvor heard, and court to cause an election to aM Itoutip, niul inquired why half of it and S ruoina, rolilei tlia necesiary packers have used only tho very poorest Is ono of tho strangest. Suppressing, as said districts to tako tho sense of the quail-Ce- il iyua imitUod white ami tlw othor half red. It Is well watered and la good, rich una worth i usual under tho circumstances U'o voters therein upon the proposition uiuch nioro than Is raVpJ tor It Tin; two colors met at th j mlddlo of tho of tho fruit for canning and hnvo used no Apply to me lor further particular!. can readily in tho names of the pnrtles conoemod, nnd that hereinafter pet forth. Upon consideration frciit door, and gave the building u most sugar what a process. Yuu which has strawborry.is II. T. 11 VS1I, Stnnford. Ky, Wlltai Changeandwlth Speed Umlialei been of tho exact locality whoroin tho inci- of which petition the prayer thereof Is 287 3'vn king and unique appearance. trrf soaked In wator for six months or perhaps dents transpired, tho narratlvo rur nu punted and the court hereby orders thnt "lint i an old story," said Undo John. SHORTEST AND 0UICKEST I10UTE Thoy wero an election shall bo held on Maturday the It lLat home four or fire generations a year. worthless. bleached tasteless nud follows: months ago a young Eoglfch rROU LUl'UTILLB TO Til. No ono who used a entirely 15th day of November, 18S1 in said StanCollege. A few artwrw lorn, married and died, and so far Turnersvilio and , went ford, Walnut Flat, a ww know, llrect hnpplly enough. Tho can onco would over bo caught again. But, tist, whom wo will call Mr. H districts or precincts to justices' a year or two ago, a packer down to of Lord X NTA2VFOIt. KY. lat solo ouiMrvfisu tuan who had two commenced putting up a nlco article, to pay tho country-Ren- t that gentleman a vlntt. Tho take the sense of the qualified voters there- childivn, lioth sens. Thoy grew up Die to using solectod fruit and heavy syrup. Tho house was vory full, but ho was accorded in nnon the followlnc stated proposition, toPULLMAN,CARSk2K' iUnjrhli, (in tl o old arm, mid woro no .., result, has been that others hnvo been a comfortnblo nnd handsome chamber, ap- wit: "Whether or not the county of Lin With a Full Corps of Teachers, i..l...:m,j ....'.r.""".'i."": uriuui. m:tl kindly dtspesed na could bo -v,uutiii, juosii, ana riew forced to do the same, and uow wo aro parently ono of tho best lu tho houio. lie coln shall issue bonds to the ntuount of iwentv yenisthey lived happily will open credit and responsibility Thli InitltuttonMonday In Ita I'lficeulh Bcealon 5150,000 upon tho a on tho lat tepteuitr next. BEST ROUTE innrritxl and reared fumilloi. and getting tlno nrticlo of canned strawber- remained for throe dnyw, tho only above named districts nnd featuro about Ms visit Ixdng that of the four county upon the credit and ! fala. fare Wllhout I'haage worked the farm, sharing tho profits with- ries." whether said "What class of peoplo nro tho largest each night ho wns troubled by n horrible ALL TUG DUANCKKa OK A out a t.i d of dilterer.ee c r n doubt of each responsibility of the said districts shall ao SHORT LINE TO THE EAST He dreamod tht ho wn suddendroam. otlxsi'i. fa'U or I meat. The form was buyers of ennned goods?" rroaa Loaltrllla In Palace Can wlthont Chang. quire by purchase or gift, title to or the "Families aro tho fa flie old man's tame, mid when ho died Then a groat manylargest consumers. ly awakened by tho entrance of eoinn per- rightof way orer a strip of latitl through THOBOUGHENGLtSKCOURSE go to tho son Into his room, nnd thnt on looking the county, etich a may le necrowry for kojoiinwlll In uhlch ho told ho would Are taught, ai well aa who supply them to CIlllUnHil I O line of thla road will nrouml ho saw tho apartment brightly I- the riaht notvmt-them scnow or trouble by and such for depot receive special low rates. and captains. Canned goods nre n lluminated, while nt the window stood nn MUSIC, THE IiANaUAQEB. DHAW. See Agent of thla H properly, hut gaolt to them gtouuJs m may be necessary at Kthuford, far lalee, routei Ac. or writ. C, P. ATHOKf. Q. P. L t. A. jointly, nnd trusted that thoy would spond wonderful boon to marines, to whom, n old lady richly dressed, iutlio act of throw, Ky for depot buildings, machine shops, Ilia AND 1'AIKTINO. few yonrs ago, n tnsto of fresh vegetables lug something tut. llur fcuk nocouv'" Loulavllle, Kr. the remain-to- r of th-- ir lives as they hnd round houece. water npply, fie, for the piisued, sho turned her faco toward esid Chcespeake & Nsbvillo Kiilway. their childhood mid manhood, Minr-In- s or fruits was a thing unknown. "Tho minors, too, aro large consumers. tho ntnasod spectator, stowing a o ench other's joys and working tho The amount of money to be raised and for Thoiowho hnvo traveled In tho mining IBOIUWJE." In Tuition, mice rnc from 113 to SM In th so distorted with ovil paJont, so the raising of which bonds are to be issued, farm t)etlior. districts, especially in Colorado, havo fre- hldoous in ita expression of wickedness, in case the qualified voters In said disiricts recular Derartioeiita. PrluarT, US; Interuedlat "Tlio place, tLorefuro, and all tho old man t30; l'rep.ratOjy, StO, aad Colfrglate, 150. ponse-ewas left them in common with quently noticed doep gullies in tho moun- that it thrilled his soul wrth horror. Then hv ik ma oritv vo o adopt or amrui wns & tains almost filled with old cans." tho light nnd the dreadful oid wosnau proiosltion, is the aforesaid sum of 5130, j go on ns had been for n quarter thiols For full partleulari, as to Board, AcadJreai "Picnics and sntllng parties contribute disappeared together, ofacentury. Hut the old man was scarcetho artist 000, and such addittonaUtim as may be BIKH. H. V. TlltJUIIKAHT, l'rllicinnl, , Stanford. Lincoln Co., S.J. to inmgino thnt ho hnd boen wnicago ly In his grnvo before the older of tho their share of the trade?" by neceeary to acquire tho aforesaid "Yes; tho goods which may bo classed, a frightful nightmare. But ontormntd to brother assumed a patriarchal air and The bonds to be issued for the returning oiC tod- - tbe fanner's place nl the head of tho especially, as luxuries, such ns potted London his imagination wtwAohaunU-THE OXLY LINK llUNNINu by purjtose of raising said proposed sums of cushioh table. This would have boon meats, nre in great demand for such pur- that foarful countenance, thrice seen umld money shall not be sold at lea thsn their poses Yachting parties carry largo quan- tho watches of tho night, Interpatted over mid admitted as tho honor of Cars! tbt he uuuk a pur value nor boar a gtoater iTite cf seniority had not the older brother nlso tities of canned as well ns bottled goods." sketch of it, which so conveyed tho evil ex est than 0 per cent per annum nnd to be "How nro tho goods prepared for can- pression and revolting aspect of tho mid- due twenty years from tho date when isAND 60LID THAINS ayaimed to direct things on tho farm and night hag ns to horrify every body to whom sued, or sooner, at the option of Lincoln about the household ns tho old man had ning?" "They nro cooked almost" exclusively in ho showed It. One day tho artist wont to county, The proceeds of said bonds are to E. H. BURNSIDE, iluna. LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO be invested in the acquisition of the rights-nt.wft- v Then the row broke out, nnd it was tho tbe can. This is truo of meats nnd vege pay a call on Lord X , mid that gentleaforesaid and In the purchase at rasul celebrated caso in those pnrts for tables. Peas, for example, nro so treated. man took him Into his plctnre callerv to HrnniL NoTica. l'iieBwre Irom th Knox, ThiB Old Well - Known rl'te Ilranchof N. It, tnnny a year. You know our people look They aro first assorted into four sizes by show him sonio remarkable family por- their par yaluo of the first mortgage bond arrlto passing through n serios of sieves or Maintains its lalltnoto tali L. A errnlnfIt.train of iu LouiirllU Hotol & Nashville Hallway tho the Monon upon lawsuits as very disreputable. Men traits. Among these, what was tho paint-o- r' of said Chwapoako Iloute" and ku through lo acThoy aro thon placed in the can High Hoputation, surprise to rccognlso in tho likeness of Company, the purpoe ot tne propeseu have be .mi turned out of tho church for Grccncflstlp. CniwfordsTllIc, LarajcUf AMD hiring lawyer nnd going into Court. and subjected to the action of steam, after n welbdrossed nnd stately old lady the tion of said four districts being to aid the and Clilcngo ultliout clinn;c. and equipAud a. man who suoi, or is sued, losoi his w hich thoy are hermetically sealed. An- features of his dronin vikiUnt, mlniw tho company in the construction such invest-nie- Iti Proprietor is DoUrmined that -- T1MKTAM.E. standing in tho community. There are other modo is to cook them by placing the revolting and wicked oxnre.loti. "I hove ment of their road. Hut y no it Shall ha Second to no Country is to be in bonds or UTATltiNH. Hotol in tho Stato in its Faro, dlqnr.es, of course, time and again, but cans In water, which is forced to a boiling seen that Indy," wns his involuntary exIallr llly. road Is built point by steam. Ae a rule, the Appointment, or AttenldJr aro always settled by arbitration. peas thus tho use of are really fresher and clamation ns his oyoi rested on the por- mado, unless their eald Lincoln county from Lve. LbuUTlll....... 7 4 1 p in s am and prepared Richmond Junction in Comfort of trait. "Indoed," said Lord X tion to Ooo of the disputants selects a friend, tho 1 , smll- Arr. Orre ikH .... ! a hi 1 01 ptu Lincoln better thnn those purchased " CrawfurdiTtlU... extended 1 05 n. I t'ta their Qnetti. oller solocts ono also, nnd tho two arb. especially the first which in tho market. lug, that is hardly possible, gtnsn bhc died county from that point throughNashville, " Utijett. 3 13 a ii 4 2 pm appear. The something over a hu ndred year ago. She in a westerly direction to rralors obexes n third, usually a man who ... 7 Mam 8 mi pra Lhlcaito first peas are grown nt tho South, and can was tho second wife of :uy Tenn , or to some railroad running to tlarvate will be con?ejed to and from th d l noted for his honesty and impartiali- not fall to be somewhat wilted by tho time Th wtdlrKt rout, with onlr ohi thanol Nashville and unless said road is as well free of charge. Special accaramodatl ona and was anything hut a credit to car, to all point In Wleo4o, Mtnow.., low ty. To Ibis commit eo of neighbors dif. they reach the to Cnoimerf lal Trarelera. The liar will and cqulptwjd as the nvuraaia, iSC hot further luffHMUoa ldre alnaja aapplled with th rholceit ffrencee aro submitted and by them set- cauuor of peas Northern market. But the the family, for she was strongly Butpactod and substantially built takes them froih from the of having murdored her luwlxuid's son stem of the Louisville & Najhville UtllllAV KKLLEK. (i I' A , main hraada of I.luaori Cliari. tled, and for one to refuse to abide by tho 12- by Railroad and no greater nmount of such I.OUI.TII1. K vines, and seals thorn carefully, so that uis nrsc marriage in ordur to make Mr rasint is even worse thnn being n party to they can not bo otherwise than fresh when own sou tho heir to the property. T1m un- first mortcsce liomls are to he Issued by the nBawnuit. Tho stigma of publi: coudem Tro.tf.Mnrk. JII'RU.IT'M th-i530.000 to the wile, and opened." fortunate boy broko his uouk In a fall from mmtwnT Kittfyn is foreer upon him. said bonds are not to he taken or paid for "-'lLTlio (Ircat EtiglUli Hcincdr, boy, got into a wrangle, and The Poetic Picnic Grounds of Senator one of the window of our country cunt, except when an equivalent amount ofwork ie and thoro is but llttlo doul of his having Pnlnicr. wStlicr, would givj up. They coul...t been dune (upon estimate la a podilre riire far Weak Memobeon precipitated from tne window by tho on saiJ road has atyum (j'oout any tiling-- and the comeque ci ry lm of Breln 1'ower, Kerroue Detroit Tost. ofcompeUnt engineers) in Lincoln counts, "illll4UrUeH IltllllC." " Kihau.tlan, fviultial Wr.kne.., Tho nrtUt fchwi related tho tint the ueigLbors interfered, and s'i Thomas P. Whittler, ono of Benotot and 30 per cent, of same shall not be pid Iuivntencj, and Utoeral Uu of Mrlttttdtieu was ai ranged. But n ither of Palmci's numerous Northern Michigan clrcruustauces of bis l'jwerol the liwierattTe Urgana; Shortest and Qaiokest Bouto from Oe until th whole road from Kichmnn d June . mn.l .11 iIIimim (list UhUw .. a f tn would accept the result of the partners in tho lumber trade, i.s in Detroit nnd sent for his sketch, which, as fnr ns lion in Kentuckv. n Nahville in Tennc tral Kentucsy to all Poiau KortL, Blforollkmir. nuelict joulhful liurrudencej oi It was t..e llr.st case of the kiud on n visit of mingled business and pleas- features went, was identical with the por- see is completed. The said rights-o- f wav, th East, Weit and 8ouUiwet, i.ialurt-- 1 jrfart, eurh Tr4Meilc e .record. Usually, ut least one party is ure. Ho has been out to tho Senator's trait in Lord X ' galWy. Ha after- Ac, as hereinbefore mentioned, are to be b Vntrertal Lawltudr, I "a In lu th Liu llrimu ward caused tho of Vltluh, sUllel with the d clsion, but In this case farm, and spent considerable tlmo on the graphed, and the sketch to bi photo- ceded to said railway company upon kuch Ui k, DliuneMand ruaar l'rema-- t lady wHio told uu tho terms as they may a'grce upon, to b wither would n,jroe to it, and the only picnic grounds. Mr. Whlttior was met id ireiOM An lu IiivmltT r (Va- that IE.VI.l3TO. A OI.VCI.VNATI. w&y that ;ato could bo settled was by last ovening by a Post reporter, to whom story said that she hnd horwdf wxn tho ir. the capital stock of said comnanv, by the aniutlun 11 all ninol hf ni In ScholuU In KfTect Ot. II !kt dividing overytUug in halves ntid then ho related in glowing terras his impres- photograph, nnd that th wicked face had eommisiioners to ho appointed in of WeVn.i th ."rHKlflr acti tike14-a? or charm, rrl.irliiK bnuntod her afterward fordyg. I Lincoln county in the event the brothers drnw cu"s for choice. sions of tho picnic region. this proposi-tio- n or, gitint 16 tbeImi afllnj ltiiig ero Militant ,i and iiurklln; IimuIt, to th cheek I have nlso recently lxMird in England It Impi oi:ed to ben double house, so that "I tell you it is n paradise out thero and Bball be a'doptid by tbe qualified r 1 : : 3 s :ai 32' - r i"" tiioruay uouom vrbeBJin. erven could bavo half, and the bam was no mistake," ho said. "Just imagine a tho following sjtrnnge rati undmibto41y ttrs as aforesaid. AftirTtklag, , r?)rf r it aoM h all at ill Ift in tho same way. A stone wall long stretch of emerald sward, tho grass truo story: A year ago w American genIt is further ordered that the officers ap- SI VMurrar'a Upeclfle pckaee fjr Dru.--l- Aleoby J. X tMke, cr xi as built through tho middle of every forming as soft a carpet as tho thickest regular election in said mall, tnlaefrefi,otials tleman died suddonly wfada trttvelltwr in pointed to hold tho prlco , present jear irVull partlruUra In tnphlet, whlrh will U ILCd, uiondow and pasturo on tho farm, Wilton, and looking as beautiful as tho Europe during tho summm-? districts or precincts for the and hw mallol frr to eeery appllcaul. Addreu all com- vi and Jt. made queer work of them. Of love-li- t eyes of a nialtcso cat on n dark wero doposlted In a receiving vault icxreptthe sherills. who are to oe munlonlona to th aile nunuficturri, P ed by the sheriff of Lincoln county as his Cesar, tfcey couldn't cut the horses and night. Then tho grove a beech grovel to await tho approach of oMd wwW '0., sivnti.i jir.itMrjxKCity, Mo. ?-, t, I i I -Kom thoy were transport! to the UniN-enttle in two, but drew cuts for the Think of it. Not beech and maplo, but deputies) shall hold the election snd take Pold la Stauford by Pinny A McAUit.r aid all provided for at the regular DruiKtel rierrwher ontlrely beech. Tho heavy and luxuriant fcKatos. home time befor thn Kdy jwtItxI the vote herein choice. X A am i' a rxraa A ui., wnoleeale Accn ta, Tho brothers lived along that way for bought givo a most graceful shade, and in lu America ono of tho deoiu3d's business places of voting in each of said districts on srs-s'200-lLoulirilUiKy. yosss, nnd aro living so now. Thev do the spaces between tho trees, tho glinting agents had a very vivid the said 15th day of November, 1881. At in which S S B SB S. IUBBB I 5", be aaked ncipoakto each other, nnd whllo it is sun cnits its beaming rays on tho ground. ho saw his defunct employtr standing by said election each voter shall tho propoi : : As tho gentle winds of summer stir tbe his bedside. "I nm come," taid the vi-whether he votes for or against niijiity uncomfortable for both of thorn, ; i MltCCSt j "?P ixtht.r.u.-il-l soil out or move to spite the boughs tho shadows danco about with itor, "to toll you that tho eoflln In which sition submitted (which is the proposition ! i his vote shal be grace, othor. Jfot long ago the old homo needed fantastic and oue could my corpse has been inclowxl fseutlrely too hereinbefore tecited) and 3SBB BI.DBIII wutchiug puiiiting, and cue of the brothers put on n lie them for hours large to bo gotten through the door of our recorded in a poll book, to be proviucu uy ' i W U -- I J-- I Thla notice forewarns huntori, diheriuen and :' OK1 the cleric of this court at expenfe of county tramp nut to trtwpaeion our (audi without never und grow weary." After family vault. You must havo part of tho nwcotitof white. The other, just to be SSSXK :i 0 ai ill ajch acta ar liable to lx irocecutd for that purpofc at each voting place, which central-pointed his bnlf ied, and thnt is pausing to tako breath, Mr. Whittler con- doorway takon down boforo tho fuuoral, a "'s-to th tUH eitontof the law "The innumerablo beauties of ebso a very vexatious delay in tho cere- shall be returned In the time and by the tinued: HUxiajrvl, Ky March I7lh. 1841 II it looks so funny." Hlirned BBBEI (iua.i W.M.VcOirui-c- k. this sylvan retreat have a most wondorful mony will ensue." Of cwime Umi gentle- same officers as in rse of general election, I). McKlttrlrk 11. T. Hush, is to be ascera. v, cantnicr, s. Tfit, ainn Who Jletr.ij-iM- l etiect on tuo appetite, lou can eat any- man was far too strong-mindiv- l to take o and the result of said election I". IWd, Kg President. C Illation. thing whllo in tho crovc, and under tho In oxtremo a step as thatof onuslngthodoor-wa- y tained and certified in tho manner prescrib- 11. Cobb. Lrl Hubble, iN'asbvtlle Atnurlcan.l to. In Y. D. Itbode, 5 S B SB B' IlllnsJ. F.liOTer, of tho vault to be partly demolished ed by tbe act hereinbefore referredbe a col- - II.H.A Kelly, Km; Lewis, jauitor of the Meigs School, fluence of its surroundings cold potatoes se'bb'zebii W. C. McCuroiaca, shall KmC Nashville, is coad. Luwls was nt acquire a flavor that tickles tho most In obedienco to tho promptings of a dream. each of said poll books there M. n. Lytle, a (1. 1Ca-Tr " cut mn liMrltd. "Knr ti road AlU" ami tr,r", r--r 111U. fastidious palate, and they melt like sugar nut wnon the body nrrived tho coffin was J. J. W.Weaiherford, .ono ,time'tho body servant of Audrew Aid" and ('. Vanoy, Win. Hurt-ou-, on our tongue. The red ants thnt drop into found to bo far too largo for tho entrance, column headed "AgainaRailroiul JiAimvU, when that distinguished J. H. Murphy, persons voting in lavor 01 J. A. Harris. ' ar?S3. President of hu United States, your glass aro swallowed and soem like and nil tho annoying incidents thnt Jbad the voteo of nil herein recited hill be re- 1. V. C4Wr, J. M. Mill. proportion J. II. McAllster, (rtrr, oncres-ton sensation in Washington by drops of nectar from the llasks of the gods, bjen prodicted in tho dream did really the in the column fir! named and of J. I). Jne, revvnling tho great commoner's private sprinkled In as a mark of gracious favor to tako plnco. For tho truth of tho abovo cordedvoting aeainct Htid proposition in the T.J. Kixter. T. M. White, J. (i. J'ofllpowery the select sons of tho earth. Thoro is a lit- story I can myself vouch, as I kuow ull lhoei . A. Ilene-lle-t, U.K. Mai cum. cfSalra to tho President's enemlos. This f column lapt named. 11. T. Ulll, W. K. Anion nn 4uo while the impeachment trial was tle lake that nestles in the heart of tho tho parties. II J IWir.t. At leaat 20dy' nolic ahall b given by A. D. Nafflaad, grove like a pearl on tho bosom of n green ; I i j hecatne tho ruling sensation of Ai' Newland. th KhrifTof Lincoln county of tlietieotion fl. W. Olfcau. It Is small very lyrl Ibu Iwur, nnd was n common theme for silk dress In a ball-rooSS9!I Ti - Gmrt of Appeals tin twir;e Mince its herein ordered by publication in tho iNTi: ? K W small but its wators arocloarer than crysrwflntion during many months follow-ng- . I rrestion rever'wl the rffc!flionfl of tlu.Sur. nioit JnrrtNATt newpapr nd by printed BBBBEB aSJ! c three a President .1 ihnson discharged Lewis tal, and tho ripples dance ncross It like the I5nt thN min noihing more noiir-e-- i poated up at not Iwk tlinn -ooeM qqm'191 at fchat.tinjo, und lie came back to this dimpling smllo of nn infant. It Is about as public placoi in uacU ditrict in which the iSKSSJS SK.S3 il I :itrv where lie has remained since. Lewis largo as my straw hat. Tho Ssuntor, In than tint great tnindu will idiTr Give election i to be Jield. the authoritv i made mwiiiiee fjeqiiently Hiiltered great want, ono of his poetic flights of sentlmont, most thf Superior (Xjtirt the riaht an.) it would s This order F2B BB !!! Si s I Oh, revcrm the UHltoId a friend thnt President Johnson's felicitously namod It Lako Dimple. .f flie. Cmrt of Ap- - conferred bv tin ae' ff Awemhly afore-U- d, ,umm; you should pay just one visit to that , . . i intemW n srotMt, when h diarbard him, had often nL S 1 i ("". mi nec'i"!! nrj a court 13 ai un- - npproved Mavl.lSSUnd th provi-icn- a 49 j j "jTi i 3Cm to liUnind during his misfortunes. grovel 'See Naples nnd die!' say European cetttin h thp verdict heinatriot conformity to 3"9Tjr of a jury. tourists. But I say: 'See i'aliuer'd picnic rk, words inferred to by Leii are tnuse: thereof. 'BSS9 "TbA this irxi bill and go where you will , grounds and die!'" A finnv ATT: J. TU,lV. C.K L. Bucken's Arnica Salre, 64 Atw(lt w I tiiitud you and ywi botrayed my con The Lest Salre In the world for Cut, Bruises, DoIhk IIKSiiiokliiffliy .Machinery. S83-S- S tSiIml-- for io,fc ti,,!,, i i,nv- Sorea, Ulcira, Salt Uhoum, Fever Soreu, Tetter, PnOKKSS!05iL sva IN. Y. Morning Journal. 073 h u va u u frmminjjuwaaiii vssrwcxwvR Chapped Hands, Chllblnlna, Corns, and all Skin without asking. 1 "I t? All can say g2BSB3E IS BBS "I hnvo just invosted iu a new schoine," Ara you f illr;?. try N hum' Heaitii I:e v to you is thnt you will tever suffer us alil the buyer of a wholeinle cigar house Eruptions and positively cures Piles, or no pay lcsr..c j, a pure, ALBX. ANDSBaOW , la Is guaranteed to give perfeit aatlsfac-tlo- n MAVMVIM.i: UHA.NC'U. ift;ti as you i.uve caused me to sulta- - by to a roportor. "All day long I nm called "X' ATXOKNBY KY., 1A.AV. pBHrbMHiUoflohwrv." or uionoy reluadtd. Price 2J oenta per box. upon to tost cigars of ovory kind, good, DAJfVILLK, SVliJ," No ,,i. fie TJnlri V rvca P mb Iu r Kiln-i-TJierou to,v uuuin Lewis told these bad and ludill'eront. Those drummers are For sale by Penny A McAIIster. North Dally Dally Will practleo In the Court of Hoyl aud adjelnlug huna. An I o. juAudluv..- - rai 1. Curtsi m,y ft ! Appeals. Ilx. Nun. hi. bun. tountlta and In the Court of "B lH Andrew D. oonstantly coming In with samples, and An Want Answered. oue uf the pirif.M, of the Mx-wr4- l thing havo come to such a pass that from Citinny ono brio us a cue nf Kldooy Lvo Covlntlon nnndache. ACT, I'hllH, 2 M nm or Llvet IIohm I or!, r !i ,p. H ho was for many constant trying nnd smoking J. II. PIBII. ) pm -- I 7 25 a 10 every known CotupUlat tlut Ivltictrlc Hitters will not speedily DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. i. I,"l","1 Lftiv, At 0 Pill , jihS the body m'i viut ami valet of Presi-d- t brand from morning until night my sense uro? We eay they cin not, ai thousands of caws And Mastar Coumlsaner lln. krau'loi'ircultCour. " u '" 1.. iiii Johnso-nKlcc Ui take, ti in nn it.unrqunl Jfor oul to whom the great MT. VKKNOJT, KY. of tuslo lias become Impulrod, until I hnvo cured nnil Ni- -h TORPID I " Johnson Will peactlaa In th Koekciatl CourU. Collecii) . ... 7 iJ, !..' iru u b u ia.tor up to the hour idvoutod u machine to do my smoking." atruid Huuuoeiitly Olttsri,nnd who aro dally IMJ KlKtrltwill prove. Drlglit's tions a specialty. OlSeo In Court-heuMajiilllo Jwonts, fJurvou. Voaknciis, ;j ,',... . ho in i'fc(dMtJU. Dlaeaae, I)lalte, U'eik Itockorauy urinary He then exhibited to the luportor a 41,'rtpcr In it., 0 lurS5.0U,nt l)nirlat- - i N"o. Ai No fl LBE P. HUFl'MAW. (ulclily cured They purify the blood, v.. a, run by clockwork, llxed up with ra. ., jcri y iiij , rv. j u. xf, a. j ili licnitli orseliool Clillilren. Dally Dnlly tlie bowela nud ait on the dlstwMd pari. HUItGJBON two rubber pipes. Ho proceeded to wind Kx. Sua Lx, bun 8TANFUHD, L.Y. rAiwrtcdii Ri'glitcr. lild (tinrtlilnn tirftli nn nffllfini... n1nt. !.. TtoaBtliorltl-Mo- t w. ........ W.V....J WUi.. IPJ, Kvery lottIiuiraiite)I. For Mbj at SO tent a Omo 8outh alda Main Btraet, two diera above Lvo Maysvllle..... Frunze liavi taltdii up ,.,...... 3 4S u m l Ji p tho Myers Hotels " Johnson the wheels began to work, ho lit a clgai bottle b, l'tmtiy A McAllster B SO a 1 t'jjjntloii of Uia health of school Pureiiltrous Oxldo Uaa adialotcUrad when " CarlU'e 7 Ul a m 2 llptD A comuiUslon on the subject wai and placed it in one of tho rubber tube,'. Jt A Lawyer's Opinion of Inttrest to All. " Mlllersburg..".., 7 41 n m pm Arr Pari i0riiaitwd fcuutt) ttnn) Oijo,'(uid lu roMjrtia another moment the imoko came out ol e IU a 1., J ...I p LI J. A. Tawney, l , a lead attorney of Winona DB. W. B. PENNY, " Islington aw 9 10 a in ft 0 p Q Ik for tlia Mlnlatwr of Kducution. Iu the othor tube in puUs in a perfectly wit Minn., writes.- "After using ii fur more tlun tlirea , lit HO a in Vl pill - ".'-- ' !jglon.. it liorc aroaotiiw ntinarks about cleatill-MM- ural manner. "You see," continued the yrera, I tnkn reat daure In atatlnf that I regard LSlYfLU- - BTANKOUD, KKNTUCKV. speaker, "I place this thing on my deal. r.oTK.-li- alii t! at weii u be ezjMctaxlas n matter o.gruwiJolh' from K.luxI!ii, OrHoo hour O81o over Robt H. Lytla's store and without taking one whiff of the smoke Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption as the iVIuchHtrraiul Ixlngtna to Corlototi. tat o iirte, and koaie conclusions about A. M.aod 1 ua t. X. Auutl.etlis ad Train No, rum via !xlngtou and Perls, and I am enabled to detect tue quality of lui beat remedy In the world for Coughs and Colds. I from a loU when Buchu-Paib- a r. r rather nurprlsluc It aoenn not via Wlnchestnr und l"arls necrr. has never failed to cure the most rovcre Colds I tnlnlsttroil soLucuo at a inuiuent's notice. I eun nlst 10. i rainand is dally xcipt fauftday ltwvn ItlurI.uMo Cures of C.ilarrli or the tt4 French childiwt ganarally, aud have had and Invariably re)i the piln In the I lilnJder, Initaniinailon.lrriiatiom.f Khl- Paria, but la dally from l In, i.u. ti t cUIldreii of tho vory poor, nro experiuiuut with different olgaru nt tht elicit " Trial Dottle of this sure cure for all Knoxvllle, same time, testing the various qualitloi d ipuch t Lexington nud Parl:-N- n. . irmly. Penof the I'rntti) til.iml, Iimiialral IS 52, dally cxreiit fcun-iIn tho school nud noticing tho liioat nnd Luuk Dleeases may be had tree at leate ParlaS uo 4 m: .r rr. .......... u . difference lu tho aroma. Uvulliuai, I'onmle rjtns ihvy w. ailienw, 1 rout In- 1 ull tho outer Home time ago, 1 became bo dospurutc ny l McAllitcr's Drug fttoro Irgo size 1. ho. BJ, dally except feundar, leavn Uxlnglon Haov of Urine, all Dltettsu ul thu tjculto- atrd wrap, wUli they I 30 p in; arrive Paris 0 IS p FLr Un- UiOarr Ownnu lnilthirsk-rwaroutof thnt I sorlously oonsldorod tho advisnbil. in. Dr. HOSANKO. Fast t ivcuimneiids tho tkra. Tlia lilthv or Unnntiiral Iilscharirea nw !,l Holld Line: N01. 8 nnd 4 ran via Wlnclirttrr lty of engaging a boy to do my smokmost 11.1 me lias Uvoiuo so familiar with th Trains, with Pullman Btrcnlrir Cars loi woen c"L'ianln'InlLvtiunll0ur."icu!hSL lliis law of stiwiloss custom, and ing at a certnlnlsalary per weok": Vor 81PIIIMS, either oontm.Ud or H Cincinnati and P.lchinond, Vs.; aud WI111 ho tor throughout th United Stutt. thnt It Is but 1 of 111? suiMtitutluii ul hrTfvltfary taint, use Cliapln'a Coujtitu- - 3 Loulevllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., nnd Indlanaolli, ligiu IwaddrosB for And that this arrangement and Washington, 1). C. nujwor al lutrdly itucetmry to slat that Ut is t!w originator ol Iud.,daleralntjteiuway A boo', Danker Bro,'. Thrniuh tlckvta and IwaKSge. oheiked to any uiva iiiiieroyrup, of the heavy curabrous bonnet i.iJiir iwine, arid destination reaohcl by 1 railroad. purposes." tho Rraut Dr. DoMiuko'a Cough and Luug Sjrup, llalnea', J. A C. Flachar, Voee A Bon', ltallwln A SrphUItlo PUla. 8C 00; id Clin- .. . ?rJt,!3:HOWWt'ar' T"e roport oloses l'iauo Forte; Cottage, Upright and liuare psa'a 8ypuutiu Halve, $1.00. 0 bottlea 8.F. Tl ttintiun - ... II, WHITTLIEY, IV, " "'wpi wlitrrr kaown, for Co.' tho lis toy, Uhonlngar aud Hamilton Orpin. also trVJgUy ooiniai-uilliiHeorv Roberts was found litad in nn tho pepl'e f.norlle rshly, aivl P.U3cniri'r Acnit. , bjrrxp, S of 1111a, 1 Salre, by litpreaa on tho EnglisU jigent, irav, all affections ol Instrunie- -t autd at prlaa aasl taraii to Milt purCelil". CotwiBiptlou Covington, kv. ACtnt of 3iaa. or nt Dnitvirta. of altOHins chllilren t Ifltlnittnn, Ky. i,nt emptj room of n houxe ocouiIed by fail (!! Ceagb. nnd Lung. I'rlte CO tents and $l.GQ, chasers. Don't glvo yeurnrtlar till you gat oar B. 3. . Ura. Jftraav Cltr. NT J.. I!, s. A tlio Throat '1 MM " ' -' vorcea wne ju Iwiouibyiuc. DanvllU, Ky. a price and terms. m&i Manager, leaeral Sold by ilcIlyUrts Oeti. lVss Agt1 o Boston packer, "livo almost entirely, especially In stltntner months, on ennned goods. Few pooplu aro uwnro what a leading on Monday, tho Gth day of October, made lira following order: will Tun Lincoln County Court composed of airsrholpall, oftliliTicx.lu to mors nionsr right Dili world. tlua anything eU ami tho Justices of the nwsltttie workers nltsolutelriuro. At Fortunes the County Judge onco Amuits, lilD8. Peace of Lincoln county at lis term held , BetidCcsnts APRIvF Ire, neottl tor postAge anil receive Iwx of kooIj, which 18S-J- , The Slnmhrr ot nil ncl l1i-f- . mxTa Broken by it FrlRlitrnl Appnrltlon. A Story of a Doart Amortoan Gentleman. $200 Reward! SAIilE ' ' P L" "' Through Trunk Line e nl Hub-tonvil- le Stanford Female frult-raisera- SOUTH & WEST T0L0RIDA ht fllTec-titMtn- te Fr ship-owne- rs ii hrt TERMS MODERATE. couu-tennno- "IIIONOIV lirkg rights-of-way- Louisville, New Albany j&auway. Palaco d MYERS HOTEL, and Still Pullman STANFORD. KY. Propr nt right-of-wa- ' great-grandfath- aJ Nl!iriC, LH.B step-mother.- thrioe-paUiddrxv- in nrbl-tm'i.i- 'l Ft v. tmmm r-- -- :- f tr be-fo-ro d i'P' JleTiPar4 yr r 1 : drn, o - POSTED ! . J II. f ( ill .ri;n ir. swi , nun I tlw-r(vis- a' 5iS5t5 Tenues-HCV"C'va- a l. S'ho nil M'friinri W fltU -c ! (Ipci-iofi-1 ndr teHSiJ3i i - ij.S) 52S h 1 I c- mB : ' 0.-- fr )'i o.,, zzsr&stnz - j ' !'? ticj3j:c50 sir-rs?ii?- Blill f loi-NU. - Attorney 1 , A s. ivrn 11 e eoiu-plal- ut ret;-ula- tu ,,,; OIONTiHT, 1 BOL'TII-noi't- 111 cuil-tirtt- 1 ti Tontlt ht cos-tm- m 151-lr- 'MSS im 11 . I 1 r. eapee-tatiytl- w 1 Lex-ngt- y. - cur-W0M- ri-p- tl, nboll-Mem.- !4antad tpl U. W. 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