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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884110401 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. tyW? M? & ffis&'tw VOLUME XIII. aMmMmmumMMMMmmmMmMmM'a weekta Iw" Wtrm mm m Hnjn m mfeftn f 4, 1884. STANFORD, KY.f TUESDAY. NOVEMBER iMsgm ftCcy NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 299 jw V22?5V ' 1 TTPmiso mil 2r vrCa Km " flft H CLQ SING OUT SAL A . P stistboiRId, ikt". Haviiig' determined, on account of my health, to Mai f ? WOT r $ ifTfrTPCTff) I; T 1H1IRE mux m; TO DO SO AT COST And in many instances less than cost. We have $ W&fli of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, to sell in this way. Eemember this is not hc tail end of a stock of goods that we are closing out, but the largest and most desirable stock of goods ever offered in Central Kentucky at cost. Purchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy. Come at an early day or my entire stock may be closed at wholesale. Liberal discounts wiil be given to any man who wishes to buy the entire stock. PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. Tbcra will bo a Hop at tbe Paint Lick Ilolel Friday night, 7lh. and great prepa-ratio- n are being wade. Admission 1, n free. LttUton Rice returned Sunday men-ta- g with bis pretty bride. He bad a tweet smile all orer bia fact and looked m bap-pbig tun flower. Mr. Jnmw Martin bad two more cilrw to die Friday, making eleren out of twenty-one. Mr. IrTinu llrown bad a fine cow killed by tbe train Friday erenine. Mr. Josh Divia, wbo bad n itroke of paralysis setcvcral week ago, died Thursday morning about 5 o'clock. Ills rcinaici were interred In tbe cemetery at Richmond. Mr. Joe Mullini will oden a shoe hoj here toon. He is a nice clever gentleman and in said to be a superior workman. We welcome all euch men in our midst. A boot nnd shoe shop is very much needed here. y George Denny, oi color, wan tried evening before a colored jury for breaking tho peace and fined $2 and cost. Bob Spill man wan tried before n white jury and acquitted. Thy are harder on esoh ' other than tho white. Henry Lurk has pitched his tent near tho depot and is prepared to oatch shad-owWe would advise our lepublican friends to have their piclurvs taken at once, they will bo so low down for after sad expritwions thnt they and have euch wllljiot look natural any more. Mr. James Martin wait kicked on tho leg by a mule and prsity 1ml I y hurt.. Mr. Smith, John Smith, of the firm of Kice haa been very delloite and unable to attend to biidinenn elnco he moved here. Dick Ward haa gono to Iindon to look after eomo unsettled busines. Mr. D. C. I'til-lin- s haa moved into the house vacated by Joe Mullins. Mr. Ann llroadua ha been very low with pneumonia, There is a young woman up in Manitoba wbo certainly should coaiuuud tbe reverence of her tey. She is English oarna o, Unding in Manitoover a few months ba a perfect stranger. Sinee then die ban Hticceedod in getting a husband for henwlf and mates for 117 of her unmarried coun la-diui Sit-urdae. y Teachtn' Inttitule. The last evening was given by the Teach era' Inrlitute to tbe conrlderatiou of questions growing out of English Grammrr, and the elucidation of the mlea of Arith-mali- c appertaining to tbe manipulations of Fmctlonr. The uual diversity of opinion on thwo points was exhibited, and thcao opinions upparted with commendable xeal and ability. No insuperable disagreement-howeve- r was founi to exist, aad many fount benefit from the discussion. This was followed by a dlrcusslon ol tbe mooted question of rchool discipline, which elicit-0.- 1 an interesting dircuuion. This question, lying as it dces at the very foundation of the teacher's usefulness lecetved an attention worthy of its importance, and was discussed with intereet. The last act of tbe drama of the day was a voluntary in tho way lexicographic acrobatic, relieved by the luried flashes and weird metamorphose of Inine English hopelessly run mad, by F. T. Dobbitt. FrhUy afternoon called up the discussion of thu "Subject of the Infinitive" which recms to be a vexed question among This discussion was led Grammarians. bv Mr. Sloore. The diflicultiea are probably mora in the line of the expert than of the practical teacher; and consequently the discussion was somewhat theoretical, Mr. Kirle illustrated very satisfactorily the philosophy of the extraction of the cul'oroot, and then, after a brief address by the Superintendent, and the presentation, by Mews Hughes, Allen and Horgan, o approved revolution?, the Instiruto adjourn ed. vt-no- us Superintendent for bis unremitting labors in endeavoring to promote the enterprise in which we are all engaged, and for the constant kindness shown us as our leader in this important work. Signed: N. W. IIcaiiM,") J. II Allen, V Com'lee. T. II Mono an, J Stanford, Ky., Oct. 31, 18S4. A Srrciric ron Hicconou. Dr. Henry Tucker recommends, in the Southern Jedt-ca- t liteorder, tbe use of the following very simple remedy in tbe treatment of namely: Moisten granulated engar with good vinegar. Of this give to an infant from a few grains to a teaspoonful. The effect, he Bays, is almost instantaneous, Just Likt an Old Musket, and the dose seldom needs to be repeated. The clock on the mantel tolled 1 A. M., He haa used it for all ages from infants a little and still the Knight lingered, of a few months old to those on the downtrying to think ol something to say, al- hill side of life, and baa never known it to though it was painfully evident that the fail. The remedy is certainly a very elm-pi- e Karon's daughter was juet too sleepy for one, and although no theory is advancanything ed to account for the wonderful action, it "I am afraid," he said at last "that I am mr'li trial. like an auger." Thejodge then asked the prisoner if he "Wherefore, Sir Knight," she asked, bad anything to eay why the sentence of yawning with that high-bre- d courtesy ap- death should not be pronounced against pertaining to tho upper clastes. bim, "Well, not much," said the prisoner "Because I bore you," he said, smiling with imperturable sang froid. "All I have proudly at his good right wit. to pay to Ihe d d court and everybody "Ah, no," she naid; "you remind me of count cted with it is that if it affords them an old Hint lock musket." "Spoken like a soldier's daughter," quoth any pleasure to have me hanged till I'm dead, dead, dead, then this court and all be; "and us to boa?" "Takes you so long to go oil," she said connected with it may just eo to bell, bell, kindly. hell! "AM" InsUntly exclaimed the Court At 1:1 - A. M. the portcullis felt with a "in the Court's case tho order is mandatory, clang, the drawbridge was raised and the but in that of the prisoner it is only adviPittsburg Times. castle slept. be exeThe word gypsy is a corruption of the sory Mr. Sheriff, let the sentence word Egyptain. They are named Zinga-ra- n cuted. hio-couc- STAFFORD. KY. I hare rental tbe above centrally located Hotel, and will uto every eQort to give entire satisfaction W. P. WALTON", - - Propriotor. to the public. Neat, cool rooms; excalleat table; cheap rates. GIt me a call. 81seofBtage,!20x50. Eight complete sets ol Betta-er- y. Seating capacity, Including gallery. 660. It. CLARK. Addicts Ueaionable rates to good attraction!. above. at 2S2-4- m COMMERCIAL HOTEL! BTANFOltD, ICY. OPERA HOUSE, J. Wool Carding & Spinning We aro running our mill for Carding and 8plnnlng and doing good work. Wool can be sent by exprea tout and returned same way; pack grease securely In bundles. Carding wklte rolls, eta., black and mixed, 10 eta., per pound when grease It furnished, 2 cents aided when we furnish it. Send on your wool and girt ut a trial. C. If". U'ATSOX Jb'JSOX, 370-tMitchells ourg, Ky & m Gr THE DRUGGIST, HUSTON VILLE, -- . - KY., Is Trciiarlng- for n Lively Summer Trado. - X. PeacoclE FAR3I JPOB &AIJE I offer Salem A I'ost-ome- e, ! Ulsllne ofgools, in erery Tarlety usually IIouw of the kind, it In a flrst-class found Acre. and tbo other Improrements C74 2Sl-2i- are fair. It It well watered and fenced, I hare S acres lu tobacco and IS acres In corn that I will tell either with tbe farm or not, as the purchaser desires Trms liberal. Call on or addresi DPV.V. it. II. tuloui, Ky. u Mt. for tale prlratoly my farm, near the CoBVy'sMlllpIke, 1 mile west of Mt. Lincoln county, containing Them Is a larg barn on tbe place large and complete Judicious Alterations in tbe Internal rangements Secnre Boom Oomfort and Better Display. Particular attention It called to A, Large . Ar- and Elegant Addition to the Stock of Jewelry. And articles o Saw Mill For Sale! Having determined to. change my huslnrs, I oSer lor sale (privately) my Saw Mill, situated on Brush Creek, in Casey county, Ky. Tbe Engine Is stationary; Boiler 40x21; Kuglno lOiiJ; Edging Saw and Orlst Mill atn and tached. Tho proferty la rertu. iiiiiij & Mississippi n. w. Tho Direct Kouto to It will require Panama canal. 100,000,000 to finish tbe cum: FOR I'll. SOI. u.u ui u.fcla Pllrn aro friueutly prended U in tlm Wet, IoIih nad lower part of tho aud.mi.u, i Mining tU Mltwt Id Mppaw It. 1ms suiuu affection 1 tho Mdny or iwlflilriug organs. At timet, Jlatulvnr), Unii'tomi ef indigestion n piiwnt, iino.iliin of ttio ktuiuaili, etc, A iiwlttuir, lit. y dltagrwaWo luUlog, priplratlon, producing ftr pttlDR warm, It n M'ry common ntttmlaul. JlllnJ, HletdlliK mill Itdilus 1'llt-- i yield at our to tli Hppllcntkm of llr. UomhWi I'll. Ilntdy, which acts aftsctad, abtorblug tl duectly upon the 'finiuTt , nllnylng tj lattns Itching iimi! nffuctlugu peiw.iHtit oure. l'rko 60 cents. Aitdims tt Ir. UotauUo MeOUIuo Cv., rijuu, (Mite. HeM Slog J. irtt in Italy, Gitancn in Spain, Ilohemians in France. They do not know their own origin, and history has failed to record their migrations. There are many opinions They are naid to have as to their nativity. come from India, from Media, from Egypt. Eitimatea of tbe total number of Gypsies in Europe aro variously given from 500,000 to 700,000. It la a question whether the UESOLUTIOSa. We, the committee, appoln-- d by the United States ever had a band of genuine Teachers' Institute at Stanford, Oct. 31st Gypsies, though the filth, idleness and of the genuine are repeated in our to draft Kesolutions cxpreisivo of tho appreciation by this Ilody of the rlrany cour-t:t- American vagabonds. received during their eewftin in this Positive Cure for Piles, placo, would rerpcctfully subujlt, the folTo tliopooploofthlt county we would say that wo havobu given the sgency of Dr. Marchlil's lowing via: 1. That uo tender tho thanke of Itallau rilo Ointment emphatically guaranteed thin Inetitute to Dr. J. U. Keynolds, of to cure or money refunded Internal, External, Louisville, for his very cftioientpcrvices as mind, Weeding or Itching riles. Prlco 50 cents A McAlIster, conductor of our osercisos, and wpecoilly, a box. No euro, no pay. I'euuy discriminating lecture on "Com- Druggttti. for his mon Sflluol Education." Daughters, Wives and Mothers. 2 That we will remember tvltri craloftil Wo emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchltl't emotion the valuable courtesy shown us by a fttnalo remedy, to euro Female DUcaj-c- i, the Order of OJd Fellows in extending to tucli as OvarUu troubles, Inflammation and us tho iiiu of their beautiful Hall. Mr. Ulceration, Falling and dltplaccuunt or bearing Thou. Newland also received ua In our hour down feollng, Irregalarlttlcs, Harrcnneit, Chingo of used with room and many oilier kindly cf Life, Leucorrlioia, Ixvldea many wcakneKi favors. tprlnglng from tho abore, llko Headache, Bloat3 That our thanks aro due, and heartily ing, Spinal Weakneu, Blecpleuness, Ncrvouj detendered to the i roprietors of tlu Jiotela for bility, l'alpltutlon or tho Heart, ic. 1'or sale by their liberal reduction of ratoa !n favor cf drugglttt. l'rlcc81 and tl CO per bottle. Send the numbers of the Instltnto. tu Dr. MarchWi, Utlea, N. Y for pamphlet, freo. 1 That wo heartily thank Hon. F. T. For solo by 1'oiiny A McAUitor, Druggltta. Uobbltt for his able, THIS IDEA OV GOING WKST on "Language." to Coloradu or New Mexico, for puro air torelisro Ii That W. P. Walton of tht' Intehiou Coumtnptlon, It oil a mlitoko. Any reononaUoniau would uio Dr. Dosanko't Cough and Lung Syrup for JourtMAn is entitled to our fenroiest for his untiring courteeiea, Comumptton In all Its first itii(c. It nter falls l, lo us cwiccinlly, and to all engaged in the to rIvo rvllef In all catet of Cougha, Cold, Taint In tlifl Chett and all a(Tttlom that uru caiifto ot education. (S TltHt we offer our sincere find heart- contiJvrkd primary to Contumptlon. l'rlce, Wccnlo felt gratUude to our wa,r,tltf fyi, efliclot aud ilfiX Wd by MallotarU Stuje. n L lltld "Oh, dear," sighed a farmer's wife wearily as she dropped into a chair after a hard III Gooil IttmiiiiiK Order. feel just ae if I were going day 'a work, Timber plenty and accessible. I would be willing to be sick. My head throbs, and my back to exchange lor good farm slock, such as MuUs, Horses, Cattle, Ac. aches dreadful, and Tersous wishing to engage In tbe lumber business will find a gvud oticnltig by arplylng to "Uy go'b," interrupted the farmer, start2W-t- f Uustoufllle, Ky. ed up and seizing his hat, "that reminds colt forgot to give tie me. I an' he's his condition powders been a wheezin' all day," and he hurried to E the barn. The annual watch output of tbe world ia stated to be 0,000,000 tickers. Of this FOB number 3,050 a day are imde in the United Stales. Tho average life of a watch is Washington, Philadelphia N. Y. of Europe five years. The hand-workTho only lino running turns out forty watchei a year, but tbe machine-worker makes 150 Our PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS Amoricin home-madwatches are driving out tho foreign article, and wo already monopolize the East Indian and Australian markets iteom and undersell tbo Swiss in Jnpan. IiOmInyIHc, Clitcliumtl niitl SA'X Eulalia " I can give you only my hand 1iij;(oii, liy., without my heart." Practicil Suitor "Well, I would rather Jiave n hand with out a heart than a heart without a hand." Connecting in earns depot with Out trains tor Suitor-"Y- es, Practical Eulalia "Indecdl" a heart without a hand can't aew on buttons, you know." 'I St. Louis & the West Korthwest and Southwest by tho nay of JLOVZS VIIsIiE or CINCINNATI. d ' Kentucky's Kouto Enst Leafing Chattanooga lor Loo -aud ClnelnnaU make points with Die Light- ulng bxprt'M on ine unio a Aiisiiwippi lor oi I.uuis aud all points Wcet. Only from taulsvllto or Clncln- 1 n ",.two hours 1U HOUI b natl to St. Lome, being paswngera any other Hue, giving our quicker than uii'l tint choice of anati ia trains ume for going West. rp,..' 1 lOinS All lomuctloii atlstlUe thow dirett - uii-al- 1 Ine going by way 2Sours Quicker f Cbleajo. J-v- .i KX ?; e A SOLIDTE.iliN WASHINGTON CITY. Always inal- w- Fnat Tim nad Snro nections Iatermsdiat Con- With all Urns at - St. Louis and Points. No ForrltNs! NaOiiiiiUtMflTrniiB lorn ! llrun-chil- i CoDuootions iiiada lr I'nlM Dfpot, St. Louis, with tratnt of lmw sjalat; West, Koethwett and fc'outhwett. II you araKiing Wett to any ljlot, Htl on or ville, Norfolk, At a recent Sunday school mteling in wilto to the iiihlHrtiiiUdl. consumChicago a long winded clergyman l.r Ac, in n'.UI.Ie information in tegird to Virginia and North Carolina Ijind, ln'.l and tb Wtstern Htntra, Maf, Guide ed too much of the time with n wordy ad- All t and tfttial rales lor TJJckutt nod Household Points. dress. When h sat down the leader of the For tickets and further information, apply to Goolt to nil pointo Wt sail en or addiMS . II. AWOP, or meeting unwittingly announced the hymn your nearest ticket office W. addrsa I'aMngr Ag't Ohio A Mlstluippl Mtlwsy, W. J. Bbio, K. AKNOM), Hariwlrtrrif. Ky AdTertlsIng Agt., Ticket and laM. Ant., beginning, "Hallelujah! 'tis dont!" W. W. TEABODY. W. H. 8HATTUU, UUS I'uurdi Ave, Loultrllle. Ky Uan'l I'ft"-- Agt, rr)t't awl (ftu'l MM'gr, K. W. rULLKK. t. California ostrich eggs are selling at $120 O. W. 8J11T1I, C. W. PAUU, CsotMl PkatmfM .gipt, Oen'l I'ara'r Ac Gen'l Manager, ClDclnnatl, Ohio. lUchmoud, Virginia. a dczeu in San Francieco. The Direct Ronto to L , Dan lon-vt- JJni-8aetMiiInttriorou- Stanford, Ky.,. November 4, 1884 W. P. WALTON. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. raF GROVBR TOR ' FOR PRKSIDENT, OyNitwYoBK. CLEVELAND, THOMAS A. HENDBIOKS, Op Indiana. KUKrrona fob statb BEN 8. HOBBINS, W. B. FLE1IINO. at labor, Flrst-nh-ca Bocoml-Crom- Boja, efMcCracken County. Adair, of Union County. 8. Rbca, of Logan County. Third-Jo- hn Fourth Sam B. Eeny.ot Marlon County. F. Bullitt, Jr., of Jefferson County. Fifth-- J. T. Ablegate, of Pendleton Co. 8Uth-Lc- lle Julian, of Franklin County. Berenth-I- ra Eighth O. N. Roblnaon, of Shelby County. Ninth 8. 8. 8Tage. of Boyd County. Tenth John P. Salyera, of Morgan County. Hurt, of Adair County. BeTcnth-Rol- lln well DISTRICT ELECTORS, till election day as he wished his last act to be a at least, The vote for Cleveland and Hendricks. death of such a man is a calamity to the State. BBitDES the vole of what is is known as the solid South and which la conceded to Cleveland, he will still lack 17 votes of a majority. New York's 30 votes will still leave him 11 short and for them he has fully an even show In Connecticut 6; Indiana 15; New Jersey 9; Nevada 3 and California 8. It seems to us that we are bound to win. God grant it. Tun republican will poll their full and atreneth for Congressman will do all in their power to reduce the dem ocratic majority. With such a candidate aa McCreary, upon whom everybody can unite, the demrcracy will be untrue to itself if it doee not give him 2,000 majority in this district. Well informed politicians say that Cleveland will carry Connecticut by 5,000 will and Massachusetts bv 30,000. To-da-y tale and decide whether the Amertell the ican people will declaro for truth and honesty, or for corruption and venality. to prolong his life short yesterday. Richmond was one of those noble old Vir acquitted at Washington Signal chronicle the The Monticello ginia, who wi'hed to see the Stato brought estemable wife again to occupy the honored place she once death of Mrs. Kimiey, tho ol good people every- of Mr. I. C. Ramsey. held in tho estimation -- VThe parade in New York in honor of where. Knowing that ho could live but a phjsi-clan- s Gov. Cloveland was the grandest demonstra-tio- n lime longer, he begged his of the kind ever witnessed in this country. It is estimated that 100,000 buei-nes- a and worklngmen were in line, while the streets and sidewalks were lined with a million more people. No candidate" for any office ever received such an ovation before. OANHLLE. BOYLE CO'UNTY. Major Isaac W. Walker, who died in Bill Jones, who shot at Gulteau, was DON'T FORGET -- THK- NEW STORE I nm now opening in tho utoro room NEW DRUGS! 2 BUEU BOOTS & SHOES, BOLD BY oic3.: 2Diru.s:Lrt nnd frosh otook ot noxt to W. H. Higgino a now . We have an even chance to win this time and "by the Eternal" we will win. MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. FOR CONGRESS. GOV. JAMES B. MoCREABY, Op Madison. FOB MEMBER BOARD Op OF EQUALIZATION, JOS. A. COHEN, andbrs. ot the ballots closes a political campaign, which on the part of the enemy has never in the history of the country been equalled in filth and vilification. They ransacked the official life of GroTer Cleveland and failing to find aught that deserved censure, raked up the old story of the criminal relations which existed years ago between him and one Maria Halpin and used it as the principal argument that the people should condemn him at the polls. Cleveland has never denied that he yielded to his pa sions, as many a good man has done and many others will continue to do, or ever sought to excuse himself for so doing. He acted in the first place as every man of like passions would have done and in the second with more credit than one in a thousand .would. He did not try to lie out of it as Blaine has endeavored to do in even a more Bean. lalou case, but like a man only asked not i&t the truth alone be told. It has offiatn iran suggested that he sold his icial action for money bb has been proved oa hia unworthy competitor, nor has he had occasion to resort to the lowest of subterfuges to hide a miserably corrupt and venal record. He is on the contrary an honest, pure, conservative and safe man, who recognizes the rights of the people and appreciates the fact that as an officer he is not their master but their servant. The man who from the humble position of .iheriff to the exalted office of Governor of the great State of New York, has never been known to shirk a duty or betray a trust, is presented to the American people Can any honest for their suffrages with the real gojd of hia country at man, heart hesitate a moment in deciding in his favor after reviewing the proven record f the most unscrupulous adventurer that ver parade! himself for public favor? To-day- 's battle 8ignor P. Brignoli, once a celebrated tenor, is dead in New York. Mont. Carroll, colored, killed his wife Nicholaaville by bitting her on the head at with a boot. John Bush, under sentence fo death in the Lexington jail, made an effort to escape Saturday night. Georgia, Tennessee and Mississippi, each adder! a recruit to the army of the hanged Friday. Daring a senseless panic at a Glaegow, Scotland, theatre, Friday, 16 peraons ware crushed to death. Hon. Hugh McCulloucb, the new Secretary of the Treasury, assumed the dutie of his office Friday. Judge Jackson at Louisville has very properly decided that a sheriff is responsible for a defalcation of his deputy. Gov. Hendricks says: "For my own part, I do not feel the least apprehsmion. Indiana is certainly a democratic State." The jail at Edgerton burned and a young man, charged with theft, perished. It is supposed that he fired the bulldiflg. At Chicago the democratsvlare betting even money that Mayor Harrison will be elected Governor of Illinois by 5,000 ma- Miss Mary McKoberts' studio is in the same place aa formerly, i. e. In the 3d story over Rowland's shoe stoto. Handsome portraits In water colora of Mr.C. P. Cecil's little daughters Sirah and Janie, are on exhibition at H. W. Evans1 drug store. Workmen aro engaged in digging a large cistern In the front part of the court house yard. n. W. French lessee of the work house and his convicts are doing the excavating. Mr. Robert Arvine, Jr., and Miss Mat-ti- e Sandlfer, daughter of Geo. Sandifer, went to Cincinnati Thursday and were married. Opposition on the part of the lady's family caused the elopement. Mr. M. P. Quigley adyance agent for Andross' Carnival of novelties and trained animal show wan in town Saturday. The company he represents is to exhibit at the Opera House four nights beginning on the 12th inst. A hop at tho Clemens House Friday night was a very pleasant affair and was attended by nearly all the young people about town. The ladies wore calico drersts and the boys were dressed with studied plainness. (Monday) Mr. and Mrs. G W. Welsh, 8r., will celebrate their 50th anniversary of their marriage Nearly all their children and grand children and many invited guests will be present and an enjoyble time is anticipated. Doven Ilendren, an old citizen of Boyle, formerly of Madison county, died suddenly Wednesday evening of neuralgia of the heart. He had been to town that evening in his usual state of health which was pretty good for an old man. To-nig- GEO. H. BRUCE &JD0. In reference to tho vnlno of theso celebrated Boots nml Shoes wo respectfully refer you to tho following gentlemen who have bought them nml know their merit. Tho list is token from memory and of courso many names aro omitted: R E. Barrow, T. D. Nowlaud, , Saniford Irwin, F. D. Albright, Jomea Dudderar, II. C. Bright, J. E. Bruce, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Druggists' Suudries, Paints, Oils, TTarnishes, Stationery, Fancy Articles, &C., Qivo a trial. Which I offor to tho publio nt Low W. Xa. boueme, IKE. X. FricoB. mo . A J If I ntmlwnrc, Iron, HatcKutcn J Ii iliiXIRIS DKALKK IN F. J. Curran, Ed. Carter, C. K. Martin, Geo. T. McRoberta, W. T. B. White, Isaac Phillips, Rov. II. C. Morrison, John S. Murphy, Craig Lynn, N:tlillen, UticciiHwnro, liujrfry Whlpfl, HttrucMH, Cuiic Mill, HtiKKT IVIiccIh, Stoves, CJ rates, Npokcx, Oitlcr Mills, Jjip Covers, M(ouevmre7 I CI ins, Corn Shcltcrx, Collar, IIorno NIiocm, Groceries, jViiIIh, Oliver Chilled, Champion Stool and Brinlcy Combined Plows, Woodon and Cast Pumps, and the Celebratod Mayfleld Elevator. Tin Roof--v H in? and Guttering will havo prompt attontion. John ltrluMt jur Smith Baughman, Eld. Joseph Ballou, Dr. Hugh Reid, Judge M. C. Sauiloy, George Logan, Dr. J. G. Carpenter, John Boaley, A. R. Penny, Judge J. M. Philips, TATE H riHll Y PHARMACISTS, PKALItl N Drugs, Books, Stationery and rancv Hrucies. Phrilclani' rrtKrlptlont accurately Alto cobiioudJcxJ. reception of Blaine, proven liar unscrupulous officeholder, at New and York a few days ago. About 200 of tie alleged ministers of that city bent the supple binges of their knees to him and swore their loyalty, when one Key. Burchard, charged the democratic party with being the party of "rum, Ramanism and rebellion." This remark stirred up the Cath olios and now the reverend liar comes fow-r- d with a card saving that he did not refer to them at all. The ministerial reception ought and no doubt will act bb a boomer ang. mon didcmtinc feature of the now closed presidential campaign was the The bjcj-phant- ic will be in the Tiik great fight JtaUaofNew York, New Jersey and Indiana. The contest in the first is practically eettled in favor of the democrats, and in i fair, stand up fight, the other two would oa as sure, but every corrupt appliance Known or unknown to political contests, caay thwart the will of the people. The aewsis cheering, however, and we feel rery e anguine that Cleveland will be our y jext President. Tnc Louisville Timet changes itshead klmost aa nften as a woman and with as ood effect. The last change is the bet of ill. Speaking of this excellent paper reminds ua that it has succeeefully pissed the meet trving period of its existence, the first eix months, nnd is daily growing in public favor, but it tcok no prophet to 'oretcll its glorious future with Emmett Logan and Polk Johupon at the helm. In his spetch at Jeflersonville, lud,, Sat- urday night, Mr. Henry Watterson advhed lis democratic friends in view of the prospect that the republicans would haye the oils guarded by disreputable deputy mar bals,'to go ti thein prepaied to use weap-a- s if interfered with in the exercise of their right of suffrage. There Is now no shadow of doubt about he eligibility of the democratic electors rom Kentueky,Mers. Ira Julian, Kobbins enibro of the Leginlatuie, tad Adair, taving rentgndd. The ticket will bt found ja our eeaead pane. Vote it straight. At Masonheimer'a Restaurant, opposite the Court House, Danville, Ky., meals are served at all hours. Game always on hand and in its season, Ostera, fresh fish, and similar delicacies served in all styles Look out for the and on short notice. Restaurant" and call when sign "Woodbino you are hungry. F. W. Maaonheimer & Co., Danville, Ky. Mr. J. B. Welsh and family of Kansas City arrived Saturday night on a visit to Miss Kate Caldwell, of the home folks. Bryantsville, a great favorite in Dinville, -. T)..Alsn. ri uere oniurunj. uT...I D.. T unv.tu-ridg- e, jority. was uujjc Judge H. T. Finley, charged with obof Louisville, was in town Monday. structing a revenue officer in the discharge He is now practicing law in company with of his dutv, was acquitted in the Federal Mr. Dlward Badger. Mr. Samuel Averitt, Court yesterday. of Lebanon was here last week. Tom Crittenden, charged with the murIn the case of Lewis Faulconer chargder of Moseby at Auchorago, Ky., baa been ed with selling liquor by retail, the defendgranted a change of venue from Jefferson ant on Thursday on the affidavit of him. to Spencer county. self, Harrison WickllfJe and Alex. Lee The greatest confidence prevailed at swore T. P. YouEg, Police Judge, off the democratic headquarters," New York Satm- - bench and through his attorneys asked day night. Cleveland's pruality in the that an election of special judge by memStato wag placed at 75,000. bers of the bar be held in case both side Blood has begun to flow in Louisiana. could not aeree upon a indge to try the At Loreanville, New Iberia parish, Judge Young after consideration case. a political meeting terminated in concluded to retire but declined to order a row and the death of a ball a dozen peo the election and sent the case to S. 8. Fry, ple. a justice of the peace for trial. The deThe grand jury at Washington found fendant's attotney protested and afterwards indictments against Col. Burnside, late tried to convince Gen. Fry that he had no disbursing officer of the Poatoffice De- right to try the case, but the general partment charging him with embaixllog thought he had and proceeded with the 551,000. trial. Faulconer was convicted and fined About 400 fire insurance companies $100 and costs. Oo Monday morning dewith an aggregate capital of $110,000,000 fendants counsel and those for the prosecuhave failed or withdrawn from buiinoas tion argued a motion for a new trial. The during the last thirteen years in the Unit- motion was overruled, after which the deed States and Canada. fendant executed bond .and carried his Letters from different points in Calicase to the Circuit Court on appeal. There fornia Bay that the probabilities are that are several more still pending against the democrats will return a solid delegation Faulconer, John Ricketts' and Archie to Gngreaa and carry the State fjr Cleve- Denny. land by a decisive majority. How Ht Cot a Position. It is rumored that cattle thieves cap"I applied for a position In a banking house In tured while in camp on Rock creek, in the Wall street ilx montbi ago, and although I proT-e- d my competency they would not take rue. I had Gore range of mounlaios, twenty or thirty been down on my luck and looked old and shabbr. miles West of Georgetown, Clo., were hung An Idea struck me. I got up a now growth of hair up together by the vigilants. decent aultol with Parkei'a Hair Balaam, alsed The increase in the public debt during clothes, applied again, and they took me In a minOctober was $8,307,192; decrease since June ute." 6o writes a clerk with IJ2.000 salary. The Hair Balaam gives a per30, 384,328.903,73. Cash in the Treasury, moral Ii plain. Parker's son n new face. Gold certificates, $120,211,-32- 0, S131.00S.572 Si'ver certificates, S131.550.531. Col. John Scott, President of the i Queen and Crescent route, slates that the consolidated shops of the entire system will be located in Chattanooga, Tenn., and that work will begin on them at an early day. They will employ from 2,000 to 3.000 hands. According to the new railroad bhsbm-memiles of railroad there are in the 8tate, at a taxable valuation of or an average valuation of S18.671 cd -- ; a- per mile. The L. & N. system embraces 729.01 miles, at a total valuation of $14,-25- 8 0? CD 283. List yetr 1,593 20 miles constituted the entire railroad system of the State, excluding the Chaftaroi, which, being exempt from taxation did not report then cr this year cither, and also all but 25 miles of the Ellzabethtown, Lexington and Big Sandy railroad. From this sum, then, it may be seen but 1C5 miles of railroad were M J err-flj I constructed during the year, being about 80 miles each on Kentucky Central and Knoxville Branch. The Commissioners made large reductions in last year's assessr' O ment per mile. Eastern Kentucky being reduced from S12.000 to $3,000, Kentucky Central from $21,000 to $20,000, main stem L. & N. from $35,000 to $33,000, Short Line division from $30,000 to $20,000 and the Lsxlngton Branch from $30,000 to$25,-001 lSat-urda- y, Peter Carter, W. E. Varnon, "NV. CaJ; --Cllfe U,,VAW ouicf- -T EfffvT iahAmu F. McClary, JEWELERS- Tho Largest Stock of "Watches, Clooks, Jewelry and Silvorwiue V.rtt brought to this market I'rlrM Lowrr tban the Lowrat. Watchri, Clock ami JcwcIit Itv paired on tboit notice anil Warranted, John Bright, Sr., Willie B. Walton, John Dudderar, Tom Stone, Charles Crow, Rov. J. 31. Bruce, G. G. Helm, 31aster Peyton, V&VSStJlK SsU, CAiMjk,' J. A. Harris, Zan Dudderar, Reuben Williams, 1 DRUGGISTS Win. Carpenter, D. B. Holtzclaw, D. Perkins, George Penny, P. H. Carter, E. C. Walton, A. F. Evans, Thomns House, Huff. Dudderar, ii PHIBIUGEDTISTS. Opera House Block, -- Stanford, Ky., Musical DriiKN, Wall Paper, Chemicals, Hooks, Stationery, Paints, Oils, JLaiupH, Daniel Stagg, Jr., R. B. Woods, Richard Orr, W. P. Walton, A. K. Denny, Richard Cobb, R. T. 3Iattingly, Iilqitnr InstritemcutK, Cigar. Pocket NoapM, Cutlery, Tobaccos Perfumery, Flro Anus, Macliiu 7:EAX.r.:.UH ixs Wines. Our Jewelry, Jilhcnrnre nml t ntlcnl (Jootls Drp.irtincnt Ik In Cliargo of Col. Tho. HiclinrilH, who will Repair iVntchcH nml Clocks Promptly ami in tho best Btjlc. Xcctflcft. cas W. J, Daugherty, Dr. 31. L. Bourne, Wm. Daugherty, ; John W. Baa tin, F. 31. Flenner, John Ferguson, Geo. Dunn, W. H. Higgins, Miko Elkin, Walker 3rcKinney, Robert Ferguson, W. F. 3IcKinnoy, Boss Dillion, TJ. UlffBERTilEEE. AND Xealeir in ITiirixitiiire ! John Bright, Jr., H. J. Darst, Jno. S. Owsley, James A. Carpenter, Adam Penco, J. E. Florence, Matt. Hutchinson, Gabo Walters, Robert G. Hail, II. Ballou, Rev. A. C. Newland, Addio King, Jesse Walters, A Full anil complete assortment of Furniture, embracing everything from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor finite. Me nceil to go to the large cities to make your purchases, no matter what quantity nrqunlltj' you vraut, as I can ami will duplicate any prices 3011 can obtain elsewhere, freight being milled. Alse n full assortment ol Collins, Caes, Nbrouds and ICohcH, embrac tug all the New Styles, both cheap and expensive. AVaro roema opposite Ml. Asaph Hotel, (Stanford. Ky. TAYLOR'S i ,oPR :w.t Taylor Manufacturing Co. CII AMBERSBURG, PA. Fivo Awards at tho Lonisvillo Exposii 4 p o p rri tion in 1883. A irff.M'J'JTCNCP.. limine )wpr. Haw Mill, froir from 2 to JM hon 8 .'i)0 I', tin- - Uricett nUmlard lw. Portable Corn Cerollnn MlllHtono Co., th Mills frr.tu lb. North MH) In I'm world fur making meal fur tabic Wt AiMre uo. Write f t prlf-na- . EO. I). WEAREX, 1MIAMTON. 9 CimaffLCAiiot flENEUALAOT., BTAxronD, nt 2. J. II. Bright, TrTillt Annt Kr p. P g JJ Chas. Dunn, Dr. Leo F. Huflman, And n host of others. by tho rcsssma 0. p St - Tj Tho Buell stock is tanned long time cold liquor proAND cess, thereby producing soft and pleas ant wearing material. Any method that will tan stock in ton to thirty days in order to mako it cheap will A liiirgo Mtoclc ofthc following unavoidably destroy its life, and when tho oil used in dressing evaporates tho leather becomes hard and brittle. A Drillu, Buckc.vo Grain Drills, einglo thought should convinco you Baker Grain MoSherry Grain Drillo, Hoosier Grain Drills, that notwithstanding tho diflerenco in K1 aZ HarroWfl price, you can bettor afford to buy Champion Sulky Plowa, Champion Steol Beam Plows, Older Mills, Uano Mills, Oano Mills, Evaporators, Toed Outtoru, Buell'b Boots and Shoes. BuRBios, Oarringos, Surrayi, Spring Wagons, 3Tarm Wngona, &o. COMMISSION fflERCAKT 13. ffl. WEARBM, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. .mumo Wf3 GEO.H.BRUOE&CO,, 0. Solo Agents for Buoll's Boots & Shoes, A fow STANFORD, KY. aiolhie niul FnratnuU Bradley Bulky Plows at Iobb llinu Cot I to clone out. iE35Srf -- f wummiwn A i n.mrwtiM'jfw.'.!jiiu.'.ULKjuLaeT Full lot of Zifler Jlroa'.SboM jusiro kind, ceived atH.H.Hhauka'. Oon last nppeal in vote for Clerelvod, Ilemirlcka and McCreiry. Stanford, Ky., L.&N. Cam, and aee thensw gooda of all - Novombor 4, 1884 Jnit received by T. 11. Wnlton. ... Kail train going North- - Aoadetnv, l on a visit to her parents in this county. ' -- Mil O. J. Ciiotv has gone to Okolona, Mim., to collect for the Wrought Iron Ratine, Co. Miss Lizzie and R,g Wilson re turned from a two weeks' visit to Lexinjf. ton Saturday. Mn. Wkkd T. Loo an, late ot Iyincas-Ur- , han eecured a profitable position wtth the Louisville Hanking Co. JohnW.Ykiikm, Kwj., of Danville, waa here Saturday with his face so hirsute that his friends scarcely recognized him. MifsSAniu I'ENNiNoroN, one of our most attractive young ladles, bin gone to visit her friend, MI. Llda McCann at Lex-ingto- n. R EL 10 10 US. p.m. The great revival meeting in the M. ' Houth ....lMr. u. II. G. Ilcri.EY, tho merchant tailor, has ..... 114 a.m. on hand n very fine linn of aultlnca. Call E. Church South, at Catlettsburg, closed Cxrrcolralu" Houtb.... Norh " 143 a.m. with 164 converts. T above U calculated on standard tliao. Solar at once and examine. Thow wishing copies of the two issues Urn t about 20 minutes faslor Mns. J, S. Hundley, who was the pretty Mira Laura Engleman, has presented her contain Dr. Cox'a sermon can bo supplied LOCAL NOTICES. at 5 cents each. ' huabatid wlln aRirl. Buy your Fohool book from Tnto & The congregation of the Southern enny Jew. A. Cohen la tho regular democrat Presbyterian church of Stanford is hereby HnAiHJiiAUTEiw for school books nt Mo- - ic nominco for Member of tho Board of notified to meet in the church Sabbath afRobert A 8tagji. Equalization. Vote for him. ternoon at 3 o'clock Nov.Oth, to call a pasNew akadea of ready mixed painta for aprioK trade at McRoburta A Htagg'. Uanic Stock. Twenty iharen in Citi-ztn- tor if the way bo clear. B order of the "Watciim and Jewelry repaired on ahort National, of Lancaster. AddrcM or scasion. I. S, McElroy, Moderator. Jas: notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. Paxton, Clerk. " call at iNitnnioit Jouiinal office. A comi'I.etk dock of jewelry, fateet II. B Wellman writes that the devil atylo. Kockford watclica n specialty. Tate We invite attention to our new stock of has started a report at Catlettsburg that A Penny. Glassware and (Jucenswarc, new atylea and no became crazy end had Do mm: and finale barrel idiot Run designs. Come and get our prices and we Rv. Geo.O Bar died an Infidel. His friends, he continues, ranulntr from $3 to S100. Alio ammuniknow that we will save you money. S, 8. do not credit the rumor, but for the sake tion of nil kinds at McKobcrln A Btaitu'. Myera & Co. of his good name they wish us to brand the m ii mhPERSONAL. We had n letter from Mr. Mn. J. W. Hayden hm concluded, on falsehood. Mina May Helm liai returned from account of ill health, to quit the goods Barnes a few daya ago acknowledging the Louiarille. business and announces in this issue that receipt of a check we forwarded from some Mtss Judith Kino, of Crab Orchard, until they are closed out, ho will rell his of bis Woodford county friends, which it riallinic Miia ilhotU Hall. stock at cost for eash. Give him an early may be taken aa evidence that he is not ' .Mils IJrrriK I'akso.vb, of Lowentlm call. dead and we can vouch that no suspicion 12 43 m -'a i m LOCAL TIME CRD. Come and nee the Kxpoeitiqn Lamp on exblbitlon nt UrlKlit A Currnn's. The Lincoln Mlllls have been sold by tho First National Bank to Robert T. Mat-tlngfor $13,000. ly ly lowered by the pall bearers from the gaw of mortal eyes. Mrs. Wells leaver an only daughter, Miei Jennie Buchanan, who is'nlmojt frantic with grief at her loss; the hfU the deepest sympathy of all. Andy Rice bought of different parties several butcher cows for which he paid from 2 to 3 cents per pound. Stme party bought of W. P. Tatem a three year old harness filly for $00. Terrible storms along the coast of Lower California. Nine schooners known to lw lost, and at least 100 men. A email sloop went down, and a sailor, whose name should he written in letters of gold, but ia not even known, held in his arms floating npon the water 10 hours, a little son of the manager of part Cipe St. Lucas. John Nordyke a lad absut 15 years of age Btole from the show case of W. II. Howard 1 finger rings that cost S10 He was brought before Judge Pettus this morning, (Monday) nnd waived an examination and wai held in a bond of fifty dollars, for his nppearanoe to Circuit Court next Wednesday, with Ab-j-. Smith as bonsman. The defalcation of President Jackson, of the Eoterprise Cotton Factory, at Au gusta, Ga will be $128,000. The new bank of this city, Traders Deposit Ihnk, will commence business on November 1st, with a paid up capital of Mt. Sterling Democrat- $.r)0,000 A mob of thirty masked men took the man Tnylor, who poisoned five persons, from jail at Nashville, carried him a bnlf mile up tbe road, and literally riddled him with buckshot, leaving the body in tbe road. Taylor was a cousin of the famous desparado, Andy Taylor, hanged at London sometime since. BRIGHT -- WHOLESALE AND BETAIL- - -- AND JOBBERS OF FLOM DML -- WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- - Hon Thos. L. Jo.st.i delivered ono of of insanity attached to the wording of the those good old democratic speeches here yesterday afternoon of which he is so capable. He is the first outaido speaker that has come among us during the campaign and our people will remember him for responding so cheerfully to their ctll Jo come over and help u. rus-peel- letter. No, dear friends, Brother Barnea it WAGONS, BUGOIES AND CARKIA6KE&, no more crsxy now than when hia eweet gospel won so many souls to Christ nt Catlettsburg nnd other places. He is pursuing the same course in n far ciT land that he did hero and if that is insanity or infidelity, you can put him down as being affected with both. Death. After two years' confinement t 8 with rheumatism Mr. Jas. M. Carter, a LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Of what a hideous progeny is debt the cltlzjn of the McKinney neighborfather! What lies, what meanness, what Molo colts sell in Wayne at S32.50 to hood, died laot Saturday night aged 03. He S50. t, what cares, what invaaions of Foil Ralb--- A pair of extra fine work double ilcaling! How, in due tessonj it will waa a member of the Christian church for yean and died with a glorious hope of ev- mules. John Bright, Stanford. carve the frank, open face into wrinkles! For Sale. 17 head nice icting life. A wife and nine children surhow, like a knife, it will stab tbe honest steers R. II. Bronaugh, Crab Orchard. 2t. vive him, he having been twice married. Douglas Jerrold. heart. Forty-fiv- o head of Shorthorns sold AsFrogs' legs acll at 35 cents a pound in We have an arrangement with tho at Bowling Green at an average of $125. by which we aro to receive Twelve head of Friable & Lake's herd, Now York. Mim Ada Omvek, of Camp Point, sociated Press the news from the presidential election as at Cynthlana, hove died of A while hippopotamus has been found in III., returned with her uncle, Mr. Jos. fast as it is obtained and continue until a Bsrpt. n few days ago and is now the guest . fancy cattle of Sixteen definite result is announced. The of his family. "llough en Ilatt" clears out Rati and Mice. IPC, lbs. and 15 goodyearlings for sale. Jerry will begin to come about 0 to " Hough on Corai" for Corm and Baatoos. He. Mn Len. G. Kdlin wiitea that he had night and continue to do so through the Briscow,Millcdgerille. "Wells' Health Renewer" rcttorts Thin a ten minute Interview with Gov. fieri, night. Those who can not wait till toFor Sale Cheaj-- . 8olid colored reg- health and Tlgor, turn djripepsla, Ac. II. land at Albany J.vt Wednesday and that "Rough on Toothache" sWeelnitant relief, lfc. istered Jersey Bull, 18 months old. J. E. morning when we will give a sumthe next president stiKxl'the trying ordeal morrow Laillei wbo wouM retain freibneaj and Ttraclty, mary of all received cither by bulletia or Vltumu, uiu don't fill to try "Wells' Health Renewer." "with perfect calmness and composure and Southdown rhetp SO; Fat ewes at "Huchu-palba,- " extra, can sit up with us at the depot to great kldoe; and urinary cure. without being the least embarrassed." butcher Fllee, roacbcj, ants, cattle at 5 and 1,000-lh- . rati, alee cleared night. Wr weie glad to receive a note from cattle at $135 aro recent sales in Fayette out by "Rough on Rats." IJc. HIE Uarroditmrg IJanoavt boasts ol a our old friend, E Tarrant, Saturday, stat- "Rough on Cousin," troches, 15c; liquid, Jie. county. For children, alow In derelopment, puny and ing that he had returned from Teraa, with 12 pound, one ounce beet and tells ua to good horse, delicate, use "Weill" Health Renewer." For Sale. Four pairs of hischlldren, no more to wander In!the Lono come again or acknowledge our beet beat- two pairs fine mules and a lot of dry and "Itou,?h nu Pentlit" Tooth Towder. Try It 18c. Star State. We are glad to welcome him en. Well the first mentioned waa beaten, milch cows. Stock can Ixj seen nt R. R . NerToiu Weikncii, Pj!pcpla, Sexual Debility and hoi to have hlra soon working in the but Mr. M. D. Elmore cornea to the front cured by "Wells' Health Renewer." SI. (rentry'a. F. J. Campbell. Mother Swan's Worm 8jrup, for fjTerhbiwej, harneM a correpondent from h!a old sec- now with one 12 pounds, five ounces, over II. Walton, of Boone county, wormi, constipation; taitelew. 25c. John shadowing the Mercer county vegetable tion. drew the celebrated premium mare, Lady 8tlcglog, irritation, all Kidney and Urinary four ounces. You need never try to beat fl. LOCAL MATTERS. do Jarnette, at Cynthiaun. She waa ra filed romplalnu cured by "nuchu-palba.- " us with your beets, though we yield the Night iwcsts, ferer, chills, malaria, dyspepsia, each, llet record is Vhuh Fimi always on hand. J. T. liar- - palm to you without competition on your for 500 chances at $10 cured by "Weill' Health Renewer." ria. My htitbaDd (writes a lady) Is three tlmos the other production pronounced the same but 2.26J. Mrr. D. Spoonamore takes the blue man since uilng "Wells' Health Renewer." St. Ei.rfTJO.vday dawns brightly. If auch spelled differently. If you are Catling, broken, worn ont and nerribbon from Mrs. James Dudderar. She is weater prevail generally the largest vote Health f That tho morteage bonds of the Chesa- 70 years old, yet from four common grade vous, me "Wells' Kidney Renewer." In 1.America; complaint ever known will be Preralence ot considered cows she mado with her own hands and peake A Naahyille railroad are s a quick, complete euro. SI. " A new poetoffice to be called Wildie has pretty good investments by the inonied men sold last month 00 ponnds of butler at 25 been rtnblihed In Rockcastle county with is shown by the fact that aneffer waa made cents Hr pound, besides retaining a suffiSKIT ADTKRTISEME5TS. the company last week by New York par- cient quantity for home use. Age of lady A. J. Henderson in charge. m ot a million of them and quality of cattle considered, we don't ties, for Please call at Bright & Curran'a where at 05 cents on the dollar, but it was refuted. believe this record can be equalled. our looks arc kept and settle your ooal ac- Mr. Huntington can dispose of the bonds I ban for tale a good Itllk Cow, with a nice Yeaterday waa an unusually dull councount. We need the money. I. M, Bruce.' easy enough, but he prefers that the counCilf about Are weeks old. If you want a Oow, ty court day. The crowd waa small and come and too her and you will bur. T. T. DA I tt.fs. JfbT IN. A big line of Heating Stoves ties along tho line should become interest- business generally waa slow. Capt. II. T. ttaiiford, Ky. 1295-ted in the enterprise and thereby prevent Bush reports about 250 cattle on market and Grates and "cheaper than the cheap- any hostilo legislation which might be hnd from common to fair quality, which sold eat," at Bright A: Curran'.. MPTSSJSO n were ttie roau oum entirety uy foreign at 3 to !$ cents. There were but few bid M Lincoln county mould give McCreary capital. ders. Some aged muled '.brought from $75 mi RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E at least 600 majority and will if tverj Occasionally some Idiot who doca not to $125 and a few mule colts from $35 to A fnrnrlto twscrlntlon of one of thl man does his duty. Let there bo no shirk- approve of our manner of running thin laotti noted and successful iclollsts In Ibe V. H $50. Plug horses from $ 10 to $125. ing. Debllltu, (nowrptlrcd forthecureof orders his fopy etopjed, as if lie MAJ't 3tanlKoil,MeakitrmmtLit Decay. Hcul . 1 ructfsla can fill 11 lniilaln6taledenvtloie-eeLINCOLN COUNTt. CRAB ORCHARD, We want all thco Indebted to us for thought that the withdrawal of hia puny Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. meat, coal and lumber to come and pay ui patronage affected us one way or the other. Farmers arc taking adrantase of the now at we need the money to buy hogs, Of couno we would like to havo aa large a present nice weather and are pushing corn For Sale Good Family Horse Williams A Ramsey. subscription list ns possible, but we will gathering. hand hlgb, Sam Everett, white, and Bob ITowell, Peiiaonh wishing to make a cheap trip not obtain that end on the surrender of a DEScairnoN Dark bay, about In harness as well as to Texas, or Kansas can procure tickets at single principle or a hairbreadth's deviation colored, mortally wounded e.i:h other in a 8 Tears old, a good Jnorer sp'lcndld saddle horse; kind aid gentle for a lady a blemlli. greatly reduced rate by calling on J. C. from a line of duty, which we are satisfied fight nt Mt. Sterling. Everett is a promi to drtre; perfectly sound nuda withoutsecond-han- d good Will sell rMKonablr. Also it is proper for us to pnrsue, Furthermore, nent man in that section. Ferguwon, Stanford. vhnstnn Rnci..- iwn In lleht uso about a rear. will mII i luan Anr.lv to tho undersigned at we do not wish anybody's money, unless lie There is a certain young man in this Hustonvllle. (W-J- tj II TA YLOIU Demockath do not let sun go thinks he gets value received, which we town should have ills w.itch regulated, as down on you with your duly unperformed. labor hard to give, nor any man to think cj o clock r. M. Is rather early to can on a SALE. Go early and vote for Cleveland, Hendricks, thst his little two dollar bill will change young lady. Wait nest time until she TWO FARMS McCrearv and Reform lue paper into his organ or alter I'a cource eats her supper. I offer for sale tw.i M'lin. lying on hs Stanford n'nuilnc MSi Ares, The Court if Appeals has refused the one iota. There is a certain manufacturer of and Somerset l'IU Wayn'sbiins Mullou, C. 8. K. ., petition of young Pullism,sent to the pen on ol I5" Acres. 1 ml.o north of said station. An Ohoah Piiouuciko Discoitn. Tho concentrated U. O. water, who is anxious to and of water, tltaber, Ac. itentiary for ten years from Motcer, which trouble over the oritan in the Christian bet a gallon of said water that Cleveland Considerable fruit, ploniy fi.inrnr.minll fair TmnBfar. It. IK I'AHGETTfKy. we aupporo is the lost legal tfilrt Ms law-yeWnynrsbur, rhurch continues, though we aro informed and McCreary are both elected. He makes jjj.jm can make for him. that it is created principally by a small the bet, but I can not publish his name. ! The friend to whom I loaned my over- minority who aro not willing lo be ruled He is a member of the church, but if nnj The latter in si ono wants to take the bet I will point him coat list spring, will pleae return it na he by the larpe majority. "WedHaving secured rooms at Sir. B. Q. Alford's, I can have no further use for spirit of brotherly love and compromise, out privately. Tho bet ia opu until am pre pnl to srro the ladles In it now, os tho weather is golting cold offered a few weeks since to discard the use nesday at noon. and other kinds uf sowing In the best style and at Stock sold as follows at Hirum Hiatt's reasonable rates. Follcltlng a share ol yeur of the instrument in regular servicea and 9.S.Myerp. SJ1J it only in the Sunday school, hut this sale. Stock cattle from 2 J to 3 ccntr; 29j.hu Stanford, Ky. I'AHDONKU. William Allison, who was use indignantly rejected 'by those who hogs that would weigh 200 to 250 pounds was convicted of manslaughter in Whitley an unpardonablo sin to brought 4 centf J one saddle mare $135. J. county Inst April and sentenced to tho pen- seem to think it COURT worship God with a concord of sweet T. Chadwick bought of J. Will James 1 LINCOLN CIRCUIT itentiary for two years; but who waa sent Baturday last thoy presented their harness horeo for $100. Mr. Chadwick SALUE PENNINOTON ts S. BTENNIKOTON. here for safe keeping, pending the result of sounds. l, which rather lets the cat out of will filurt on a visit to his parents in Notice Is hereby given to whom It may concern an appeal, waa on Saturday pardoned by proposition ttallle rcnulngton, that the Term , in a few days and will take petition plalntlu". ihede'ondnnt.B. II. has filed her l'ennlt.irton, the hag aa to the rial trouble. They proegalnst Gov. Knqtt, Alliion is a vietim of conIn the clerk's office ol this court, praying that the from the with him four good horeen to sell. pose that tho "organ be removed use, snjoy, lell and convey empower her sumption and would have lived hut a short Hiram Hiatt left for the West on the court own benefit ti property she may own or any for her church entirely, that the services of Dr. time longer had ho remained in prison. d acquire, tree from tho claims or debts of hor Cox H8 pastor ba discontinued nnd that all 1st inst. Ilia family is still here. Mrs. to msk contracts, sua and be sued as a sinresign Joe Farris and daughter, Mis Lizzie is vis- gle woman, to trade tn her own name andIs to dls-- n County Couut. Tho will of Mr. Leo tho pro cut officers be ordered to orderwot h(rproprty by wlllordeed. It Hayden wan probated yesterday. It and that n new set be elected." Of courfo iting tho family of J. II. Hutching this ed that this notice no published In tho Intkriou JouaxAL, a newspapar published In Stanford, o tcik. Miw Jael Kedd is visiting iu nil of hia Mtrfto to hia three child-ersuch a "compromise" was not even considKy,, iy two weeklr Insertions before tho neat Miss Lillie Lyter, of term ol the Mnooln Circuit Court. this week. Mru. W.G. Welch, E. B. and J. W. ered by the majority. But tho (Jlren under iut hand ts clrk ol ald Miurt. Hayden and their heirs and nppolnts them got in their work pretty well Sunday. Louisville, is expected hero on a visit to Oct. 39, 1831. ttj J. 1 BAILKV, Clk. the executors, A codicil increases tho por- They ran in an organ hater to preach and friends next week. J. T. Luley and wife tion of his wife from tho dividends on $",-00- 0 the orfinn people not knowing their object havo returned from a visit to relatives in LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT to that on S10.000 of hink stcck for her camo out In force and got deluged with the Tennessee. Died, Ojt. .list, nt 10 o'clock v. m., W. U. WILLIAMS ANDMOLLIE WILLIAMS. arguments, if they can life time, the stock to go lo hia children at old. I'KTtnoxExiuaTic. Ows-I0bo denominated arguments nt all, agalnat Sirs. Banh Wells, after an exceedingly her death. The will of Walter W. Ko'leeli hereby given to whom It may concern months.during her that tho petitioners, W. It William and Mollle Jr , was also admitted to probate. It tho sinful thing. It was rather out of Insto painful illnesa of several Williams, his wife, have this day filed their petiillness having had two paralytic stroke, tion In Ihe clerk's orUce of this court, praying givea nbnolutely to his "beloved mother," on the part of tho preacher in thus interferthat tho court empower the salu Mollle Williams Mrs. Mattle Oweley, all hia property of ing In a purely local church affair and one a few days before her death, which to use, enjoy, sell nnd convey for her own benefit any prperty she may own or srqulre, free from edi- waa the immediate cause of dissolution. every kind nod appoints Dr. J. B. Owsley some of his hearers were rot greatly or debts of her husbana; to uisko dis- Tho remains were followed to their last thtclalin and be sucl as a single woman, to trade sua and Mr. Georgo D. Hopper an executors. fied or bonefited spiritually by the In her own name nnd to dlspoio of her property come resting place in OJd Follows cemetery by by will or deed, On motion Sheriff Monefea waa appointed course. AVo learn that the organ has La It M ordered that IhU to stay, which being the cae, it is far bet a large number of neighbors and friends the I.NTkRion JoiBMAt., n notice admlnUtratqr of James Logan, deceased. newnJPr I'libllshed In 11 o'clock, and tJUtilOTd, Ky., by two weekly Insertions beforo tho nnd that last Sunday morning at JaiCM M. Carter will waa likewise probat- ter that the matter be dropped term of tu Llseolu Circuit Court. to dwell together lo after a vary touching and appropriate noat Oivtw under mv hand as clerk of Mid court. hi? esecntora, O. L ' Garter and the members endeavor ed aad UAILEY, Clk. gentOotO, BI. PI prayer by lUv. W. T. B. White brotherly lovj ono towaid the other. Jamw M Cirter.Jr quliftd m such. Mc-Clar- y, a. es 1,-15-- 1; ld-bugi, And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. jti 4 jj -- ALSO THE- - most Complete Xm Mai?d ware and Queens-war- e -- IN THE CITY.- - Wo Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, Patronage. And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your BRIGHT & CURRAN. ot. Buchu-palba- three-fourth- s MI3L.KLCO'W n T. R. Will tea Mala m$k m pa-pe- r, or FREE! .Vrt-roti- a Sasse)t Sifts" AI.WAYS ON HAND FBLTs STOCK OF J FOR Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. -- w VERY- BfrSSSJ MAKING Dress-Maki- W PRICES And to Prompt Paying mm Short-tim- o FTO GASH. Customers No goods sold on long timo. CSE- Tas-wel- -- hus-lin- 3&S) Lou-iavill- a, tltnle fro in tho best Bllunesolu Wheat. . For fmle only by T. IS. WALTON. moss-covere- d -- TKY- Me Plus -- 6G stu con-trac- .,,,,, BEST KOASTED KIO, wt For shIg only by a w , '. . Christ's person in relation to the meaning The Soldier in Battle. ORDER OF ELECTION. A PRI7F 8nJ 6 cenl lor postage and receive f Hoods, which of his death and his resurrection. The question bai oftrn tarn Belted, ti n ii will sex. iaiaMa EJBPJll'l"1"'r"t'T-- i i The Lincoln County Court composed of away help all, of eitherolas In to ui'ire money rlrbt Hun anything 1. Ihptisin ia tho burial of tho dead. "How do soldiers feel when in battle?'' and the County Judgo and this worM. Fortune! tho Justices of tho await the workers absolutely uiro. At onco Co.. Auguita, Matno. Novombor 1, 1884 "We wers buried with him by baptism into it is one difficult to answer A long expo Peace of Lincoln county at IIh term held Stanford, Ky., death," Horn. 0.4. This clearly means rience among veterans in tho rank lends on Monday, theOth Jay of October, lSSa, "buried with him on account of death, not the writer to believe that the emotion ex- made the following order: Welch this day w. in order to death or in order that we might perienced in going undrr fire is much the read to the court 0. act of thennrMiared and THE USE Of fAlTH IN SALVA TIQN. General Asan A Howard of Two Uunprcl Dollars will brald die by being buried. Christ was dead be- Bame with all men. To tho raw recruit the sembly of Kentucky entitled, "An net to Men Js of the late J. N. Benedict for tho Ugi'i wg.tiumaf'1.' n. sjm B rapture of Uls murderer, Henry Roberts. Itobcrla fore ho was buried. And as the believer crash of small arms and (he roar of cannon authorize Lincoln county to raise money to Dn. J. W. Cox. THE GREAT la about 21 years or age, diirk complexion, hatel is ssid to be buried with Christ, his death are simply appalliugjbo felt that l.o was go- aid in the construction of a railroad thro' eye, smooth facoand very bad countenance, rath-i- r said couuty," apptoved May 1, lb81 and heavy billi, weights,: rroaMr 11 pounds. The following seruiou was delivered to has already occurred. Buried with him ing forward to certain death. With pule thereupon presented . petition, which is the Christian cburcb, Stnnfonl, Ky., on tho by baptism on account of death is intelli- cheeks and clenched teeth he held his filed, signed by the Chesapeake i Nashsecond Lord' dajr in October, 1884 It is gible and i renders the words which follow place, determined to do his duty as best he ville Hallway Co. by E. Zimmerman, Prespublished at the request of a number of intelligible, "that like as Christ was raised might. ident, and by W. 0. Welch and 27 other I have been splinted If very much excited, he loaded a? ut fur tho sale of the brethren who heard it. from the dead through tho clory of the Fa- his musket, and, forgetting to pat on the citizens and residents of the justice' dis- farm of Mti. l'lufb V. Ulafo and heir, containing tricts of Stanford, Walnut Flat, Turners-vill- 1IIO Acri'M. Irln i ol mile from HuilunTllln Con cl tided from last Issue. ther, so we also might walk in newness of necessary percussion cap, went through tho and Hustonville precincts, asking this on tho Liberty I'lkeixud I hereby otlnr It private II. In order that the proper use of faith life." The death of Christ demanded his lr It baa acood tlwelllntf.lmiian r,l trli. motion of nnng only to ram a fresh cart- court to cause an election to be held in riid B rooms, betides the uecnuary may be clearly perceived, I call attention It is burial as it also demanded his resurrection, ridge on top of the first one, when, for the said districts to take the sense of the quali- muohwell wateredIsand la pood, rlh Und worth more thin asked fjr It. to the following statement of tho inspired Apply to me for further particulars. because it annulled our condemnation under first time using a cap, he was incontinently fied voters therein upon the proposition apostle: "Fpr the Son of God, Je3us hereinafter set forth. Upon consideration MTtHu- 11. T. JIVHH, Blanford, Ky. which he was born in order that he might knocked down by the tremendous recoil of of which petition the prayer thereof is Christ, who was preached amonjr you by (Vhout Change and with Speed Unrhaled "die for us." The death of Christ having his gun, and believing he was badly wound granted and the court hereby orders that us, even by me and Sylvanus and an election shall be held on Saturday the College. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE not yea and nay, but in him was annulled our condemnation, his resurrection ed. Instances are known where muskets 15th day of November. 1834 in said Stan was a matter of justice to him. Eternal right havo been found on battle-field- s rnoit touisviu to the containing ford, Walnut Flat, Turnersvllle and Husyea. For all the promises of God in him STANFORD, KY. glory of eousness demanded it. The believer died six or seven cartridges. Finally the green tonville justices' districts or precincts to are yes and in him amen, unto the God," 2d Cor. 1:20. Perhaps the following as a sinner in Christ's death. This is the soldier discovers that he Is not hurt and take the sense nf the qualified voters there fact represented in baptism; "buried with that everybody does not get killed in an in upon the following stated proposition, to With a Full Corps of Teachers, ia nearer tho thought of the apostle: "For him (Christ) by baptism iuto (on account engagement, so he regains his confidence wit: Whether or not the county of Lin Thla Institution will open Its Fifteenth Beulon all the promises of God have in Him tho shall issue bonds to the amount of on lbs 1st Monday In Heptetultr next. of) death, or because be is dead as a sinner. and passes successfully through his hsp- - coln yea (which seals their truth) and in him $150,000 upon the credit and responsibility His condemnation is annulled and eternal usiu oi nrr. of the four abbe named districts and BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA the amen (which acknowledges their fulALL THE BRANCHES OF X justice demands his resurrection, also with To the veteran it is far different. He whether paid county upon the credit and In rlee Cars Without C'linn! fillment) uttered to the praise of God by Christ into justification of life. This fact knows too well that every battle redjem responsibility of tho said districts shall so THOfiOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE our voice." SHORT LINE TO THE EAST ia represented in rising out of the water. the average chance of hU escape, yet so ha- quire by purchase or gift, title to or tho Iron Loulsrllle In I'atace Cars without chanf. This ia one of the most over a strip of land through Art taught, u wall as rt twit a ml Inn a nf (Kb wnftl nf Onil. Tt run. Baptism enables the mind, which has been bituated hx he become to rattling fusil-ade- s the county, such as may be necessary for DBTUaiO, THE JOANQUAQEQ. DIIAW and desperate charges, he scarcely the taught, to perceive or apprehend or for depots and such resents Christ as the sum of the promises of INO AND PAINTING. list nAAailFff at Qr a. ti fMjt heeds the danger surrsundin him. The nvAMmla eat rti See Ac.pti of Ibis God to the human race, which have but more clearly these glorious facts. It lets rates, Ky., for depot buildings, machine shops, , ae. or write C. P. Ciimptny for P. V.routes ATMO.if, G. A. (I) one voice, the yes and the amen of the liv- the light into our minds but the ordinance shriek of the shells over his head, the round houses, water supply, Ac., for the uouiwvlllo. Ky, ,. V-- l .. ., itself is not the light. By looking at the buu of the bullets past his ear aro now ill. nan way, sua isncsapease ing God to every believer. The promises ..taeuTuie r.il In Tuition, prices sounds, and trusting to the chances The amount of money to be raised and for auUr IVparttnenU. range from 123 to 1S4 In th cannot be separated from the peison of burial and resurrection in baptism, we nee rrtaary, JU; Intortuedl 0; l'reparstojy, S0, and Collegiate, IJ0, something that is not baptism, our union of war the infantryman fires rapidly with the raiting of which bonds are to be issued, Christ. He is the promise of God, the seed case the qualified voters in said districts in calmly by a majority vote adopt or affirm this or Son of the woman who was to crunh the with Christ in his death on account of our his musket or the artillery-maFor full particulars, m to Doanl, Ac, offenses and our union with him in rams home another charge of grape and proposition, is the aforesaid sum of $160,-00- HUN. N. V. Tltt'IItlKAIlT. address serpent's head, or deliver from his poison a'rlucltinl, & Stanford. Lincoln Co., Ky. and such additional sum as may be sin and death, Gen. 3:15. The prophetic his resurrection on account of our accom- canister as his battery opens at close range rights-of-wageneralogy and altar of tho old testament plished justification. Thus it teaches us on an advancing body of the enemy. All necessary to acquire tho aforesaid Ac. The bonds to bo issued for the that we are saved, not by the ordinance, men are naturally afraid of death, but the 'speak alone of Him. lie was the theme purpose of raiding said proposed um of THE OM.T LINE RUXMI.Nif of the law and of the prophet. He was but by what it represents, the death and trained and experienced soldier learns to monev snail not oe sold at less man ineir the "desito of all the nations because he resurrection of Christ. We look at baptism keep down that fear and nonchalantly do par value nor bear a greater ate of inter Cars! ue The Cen est tnan b per cent, per annum anu to isalone meets tho needs of the human race. that we may see what saves us the death whatever is required of him. due twenty years from the date when and resurrection of the Son of God, not tury for October. AND BOMD TRAINS He is the exact equation of the love of sued, or sooner, at the option of Lincoln E. H. BURNSIDE, God for the world. All the divine prom baptism. The promise of the remission of Referlng to Tawhiao'a visit to London, county. Tbe proceeds of said bonds are to in the acquisition of the rights-ot-wa- y This Old ises are identical with his person, for his sins is not in baptism, but in what it repre Trvih says "I remember Well - Known LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO a colonial baronet be invested death and resurrection in the aforesaid and in the purchase at person constitutes the promises of God. sentsour Hotol Maintains its telling me of a certain old Maori servant BrjtriAL NnTfrK,rn .. il. their par value of the first mortgage bonds They tell us what Christ is to us. These person of Christ, in whom aloce is the who had ridden behind him High Hoputation, till. llr.Dchoru .1 N. 11. ,i n LoulstHU & Nashville Railway for 20 rears of slid Chesapoakn AMD promises are represented to us in language promise of remission of sins. Thus the or- and professed all that n Route" nw w time to be a devout Company, the purpose of the proposed ivuftu by in ordinances in parable and figures of dinance teaches us that we are of said four districts being to aid the Its Proprietor it Determined that HrectiwiBllp. Craw fordaiillp, Christian. One day his inwter cnga5pd Jjirajette Christ, not by baptism. They who put the it Shall bo Second to no Country company in the coca'niction and equipspeech, but the Son of God is in his own and Chicago Illiout change. him in confidential talk, and beggcl him Hotel in tho State in iti Fare, road. Hut no such investment of their -- TIMKTA111.K,. pereon the sum of God's grace and promis- promise in baptism err. Biptism is a help toaiywhathe is to be Appointment", or Attenrecommended as the best ment in bonds cr es to the mankind. Therefore Christ is the to fee ourselves saved by what it rcprefents means of HTATtONS. tion to Comfort of llly. Dslly. converting tho Maoris to Cbrisli- - made, iinlew their f aid t ad is built from Christ's death and resurrection. Thus object on which our confidence must retheir Guestt. Lt. I.oulsIIIu... .. 7 11 p m S W t ia anity. The worthy baronet iru rather Kicbmond Junction in Lincoln county and baptism lets the true light into our hearts, Arr. )rwnratl point through Lincoln I 01 s to 1 01 IQ pose, or we cannot be saved. " CrfarJsTllle taken aback at the reiolner of thn nM extended from that direction to Nashville, ItatKM nllltneonrsjuJ ta 304 w 3 W pa aid from th d county in a westerly " Uf.j.tt, In believing, the sinner appropriates or but it is not the light only a means to Maori, whom he I II a in, 4 12 pu fret of char;. Kprrlal arrammodatloas trusted Implicitly, and Tenn, or to some railroad running to " Cblemro . .. 7 JO a m' s &o pm to Commercial Trair lri. Th lUr will takes Christ into possession, and in so do- help us tie the true light the Son of God whose fidelity always aapplltJ with th fholffst had hitherto borco wtry Nashville and unleM said road is as well rno WMtillnttrouto. with only on in his redeeming death and resurrection. ing he take into his own possession the encars, lo all imlnli In wL.,n.in (i.,. .... i? Driaas or Minors aad Clears, test. 'Master, said he, with an odd twin- and substantially built and eqtiippoJ as the Ntbruka, Ae. Kor iurlbtr lufdnuatiua. IJriM Louisville & Nashville tire sum of the promises of God. These "Because I live, ye shall live also." "For MURRAY KKM.KU,H !'. A,, 'you ask me you no ask me. Mo tell main stem of tbe kle, Hailroad and no cretiter amount of such YrmJ.M.rL. MtUltAT'N Nl'KC'iriU. 1SS- promises are the real property of the be- if, when we were enemies we wero recon you Loulsrlllr, Kr what believe. Me believe your ChrNt- - first mortgage bonds are to be issued by the Tho Great English Itcmcdy, liever. Some of them are fulfilled in the ciled to God by the death of bis Son, much ians srVr.Wr religion all dsm loniemc!' I fea company than 530,000 to the mile, and befiever's experience In this life and some mre .being reconciled, we shall be saved by the Is lottlfe cure for V.k Memo-rj- r. Maolr King will be of the satno opin- said bonds are not to be taken or paid for " There ia no promieo in bantism. uam of Hrln Powtr, Nmoui of work of them are objects of hope whoso frui his life Kxbauslloo, hcinlnil Wtuknrai, ion at no very distant date. Chilstians except when an equivalent amount estimate (upon 011 saiJ road has been done iLipolcncT tion belongs to the heavenly mansions. but in Christ alone, in whom we believe. who so Utocral Iaju of preach one thing and practice another of competent engineers) in Linooln county, rower of the ttrnoratlfa Urxins: ..... !!.. Oat whether the promise) are fulfilled here We do not believe in baptism for remission n.1 all "JHuoGraHM ICoti(e.M T.L most expect these little iiub from, well and 30 per cent of same shall not be paid D. o, youtnrii iing. qu in ywrs, such itnpruJrne or or in glory, they all belong to the believer of sins, but in Christ. Baptism shows us '"-Nuntil tbe wbole road from Richmond Junc- tne fictucI nuiurwl 'the noble savage ew PJymouth, tion in Kentucky, to Nashville in Tenne-se- U LUTVrUI LaUIIUU. T41D 10 til Trj. Mark. Shortest and Quickest Eoato from Oe in Christ, because He is the sum of them our salvation in Christ. This is all it can tral Kentucny to all PoinU North. iMmnew of VUl.iu, i'rno-tur- n do. It points the eye to the dead and bur- (England) Budget Is completed. The said rights-o- f wav, lca,DM all. Therefore to believe in Christ is to , ud uxxot olt-n-r In. Ewt, Wojt and Southwe-st- . be i mi lew in insanitr r Wa His Conokiqation. 'One March day &c., as hereinbefore mentioned, are lo let God invest one with the sum of the ied Christ, and to his empty tomb his tri sumption. in all cae of Ftusls -- Kst Lice Uctwrca company upon such said the venerable Methodist divine, Bisbop ceded to said railway promises. To believe is to possess Jesus umph over death for us, Wttttnaui Hi Ilk iwlll terms as they may agree upon, to be paid crtsriu.rMtvrlr.floM or xli fin ulln 2 There are two other ordinances: the rierce, ot Ueorgia, LEXIaVGTOaV A Christ, and of course to possess all that He "I rode ten miles in the capital stock of said company, by the er, gtr1ri( to lb j brlflUat is the sum total of the grace of God to Lord's Supper and the Lord's 'dv.r and through drenching rain to Flatroci: chapel, commissioners to be appointed in behalf of n! BwrkJlog beauty, to ttinchrek. flcheduU In Effect Oct. 13, 1UI. iae rusj Llooom OfbcaltB. Aft.rT.M perishing sinners. "To Him give all the they are by Divine wisdom associated to- only to find two persons there, a man and a Lincoln county in tbe event this proiosi-tio- n 7 arWurriy'.Spttlfle Is sjU br tit Druwlsts l shall be adopted by the quulithd vo II per puck., or six for 1,5. Aj prophets witness, that through his name gether, and are to be observed together by boy. After waiting a few minutes I Baid: pt'Stao frcv, on receipt of prlc. -'?'- -?? ters as aforesaid. ?? :?r:H ja wnosoever oeuevetn in turn snail re- the children of God. The broken bread 'We might as well leave here, as there will ilt ... Wu!l Particulars In iumtihl.i M,-is further ordered that the officers apIt milled pro to eiry applicant. Addrru all com. ceive the remission of sins," Acta 10.43 and the wine poured out, represent Christ be no congiegatioo." But the man quietly pointed to hold tbe regular election in said M.UUIV..1UU1 iu IUB aula IQ.auraClUrra. SS-"5.1 i5.o ? 2? JtUItIlJ.y 31Z.IHCI.VR co., In his person every promiee has been ful- dead, his "blood shed for the remission of responded: 'Through five miles of neltinj? districts or precincts for the present year (except the shentls, wno are to oe appoint1 Cor 10:16. Here again rain I have come to hear Bold In Stanford by Penny A McAU5 fndill filled. He came under our condemnation alns," Mat. 2G:26-2presching." I ed by the sheriff of Lincoln countv as his p by death annulj it, and we have the glass which lets the light in, saw my duty ana replied: 'You are right. deputies) shall hold the election and take Drurlsu cTtrrwhere. A that he might , r."1!158 fT"' ' Wholesale Ai.n ts, 'l toulaTlll..lir. therefore rise from the dead to live for us but the ordinance is not the light, but by You are entitled to it.' For one hour I ad- the vote herein provided for at the regular locking at the broken bread, and wine pour- dressed my little congregation, said dUtrlcia ou for ever. The value of His work is in His and was (daces of voting in each of the said loth day of November, 1P31. At person now glorified in heaven. And the ed out we clearly see the dead Chritt rrlo neyer listened to with more attention." J said election each voter shall be asked BiBBBBB' BJ BB SJHSJ lfl.i promises of God in Christ insure the glori- - was delivered into death on account of ofwhether he votes for or against the propoTho Kimball home in Atlanta will cost This notice forowarna hnnl.ra s.v,.,n,. .... ncation wun mm oi an wno truly oelieve fences. He is dead: dead on account of our sition submitted (which is the proposition traninotto trespass on our lands without 5 j SSS 85D58 A striking feature will be its ? hereinbefore recited) and his vote shall be in Him. I have said that in believing we condemnation. We eat his body and diink $750,000. " roof. This roof is inclosed on all sides recorded iu a poll book, to be provided by ' tbslaw. ' BB.B B9 DOBBB Pmm possession of Christ Himself. This his blood in symbol and onr thought sees take ; t li 7 with a parapet wall ret back from the edees the clerk of this court at expense of county ?,' 5Je.f ,lLri,fc I I Pi 0u w- - M. Fnrmarlr. x is only half the truth. Tbe other half i Ms dead body, bis "visage marred more . .lla l . . iv C, M I T illiI ' for that purpofc at each voting place, which H. T. Dash, thaa any" and as we say in tl ought; he died It will be handsomely tiled. Part of tbe shall be r. iiia. that Christ takes possesion of the leliev-e- r OtS- C lllihop, wsitJ-s-returned in tbe time and by the R. Cobb, roof will be covered with a beautiful car Hubble, and imparts Hiouelf to him Faith for me a sinner, I feel at once the ineviu-bi- s BBBBB Bame officers as in case of general elections, HlMtBS Kelly, K.D.Rble, -issue, his death is my death as a einnei! den, and the whole flooded with electro and the result of said election is to be ascer U.U.&J. y'.C McCormatk, OOB cannot touch Christ without touching all - g a light. A platform will be erected at one tained and certified in the manner prescrib- (J. I Carter ?' that He is, ansl knowing that Christ And as I look at the day the light of the I. J. 1IUI, WeatLerlord, J.W. ed by the act hereinbefore referred to. In C. Vanoy, wo mv Wm. Ilurton, son, it carrie me back to the empty tomb, end and open air concerts given nightlv. ia his possession. 'I in them and thou in SBBBBB poll books there shall be a col- J. A. Harrlr, J.M, Murphy. each of said BB'HB BBBBB I'. J.M.Hllf. Me tint they may ba made pirfect in one." and I hear tbe angels say: "He is not here Three immente pajfenger elevators will umn headed, "For Killrond Aid" and a EJ.W. Carter, arr-,r- i J. II, McAllstcr, carry the people to the roof. A first class column headed "Against Railroad Aid" and T. J. diner, .CW : Foster, John 22:33. "All Minn are thine acd he in risen, see the place where they Jald J. I). Jonen, '? ? ? o the votes of all persons voting in favor of T. M. Vlill. J. Q. Montgomery him.'1 And tbe glorious words of Paul cifewill be established tbere. thine are Mine," 5;10. The rpirit of faith II. H. O. A.lleuedlct, the proposition herein recited shall be re- M, T. Karcum. come with new power into my mind: "He Kuucll, W, Ii Auion has. but one utterance It is this: "My be"Will you want a sample room, sir?" ask corded in the column first named and of A I). Neii land, II J Darst. er loved i) Mine and I am his." The believ was delivered (into death) on account or ed a hotel clerk of a guest who had just those votlnir against said proposition in the 8. W.qtrcnj. A 0 Newland. I e ! Si ; 4. iro column last named. er has been put to death to the condemns my offences, and was raised again on ac- - registered. o !M j At least 20 days' notice shall be given by tiga of his sins by the body of Christ, that oouut of my (accomplished) justification.'' "No, sir." was the pompous reply: "I the sherilTof I .. I t Tlllia tUa imn ;. .l ? .. .. - e I. . tl"g iunmiicen leaiuy, as tne am a lawyer sir, not a drummer lam not herein orderedLincoln county ofintho election iis cnigm ub mimea to unoiuer, even to the Intk by publication SSj j &5SSS ? Him who is raised from the dead, that He voce of GoJ out o heaven, that Christ is not selling merchandise; f am cellim-brain- s itioit Joi'iiNAL newspaper and by printed j. H"Ot "I1 BBljj - g g g " BBBBB auu'iid bHnsr forth fruit to God, Rom, 7:4 my mlvation. And lean understand the notices posted up at not less than three B llloo.l Disease. public place in wach district in which tbe Ilrnlu aii'l Heart Airection,ult I.uiik. words and feel anew power in them: "Ho 1 0. j O O. O. 0 l The Ufa of Chri't heron the grave must "AH I see," aid the clerk: "Of coura?. be held. be po'fewal by th believer now in order that believeth on Me hath everlasting life," you don't wan't a eample room when you election is to A Crlunry ttrgmti.uV your DrngVlsl for This order is made under the authority and , "as Moses lifted up the serpent in the don't carry any simples." to bis fruitfulrres. New York.Sun conferred b ibe nc' of W. BCOTT'S aforesaid, FSBBBBlBB BBI wasioRtNowNto spicins no. 13. ii II We tnmt bictreful m' n (teptnte ihe wllderntss, even so must the Son of Man approved May 1. 1S and t intended to UUM ! I hat to him win lov or liopt? What be in strict conformity to tbe provisions I promises of Cj9 from Const, lest we htv,. be lifted up, that whosoever believeth in : I i rsrs-Him should not perish, but have everlast to him was joy or care? He stepped on a thereof. iw mutilated Ohriu of our mngination, i I I BBBB' ! iBBIl I i plug of mottled soap the uirl had left on A Cnrv Att: JHmx.ri.it (Wllh 3CacM)lanraai.) nd not the rjal Christ of G)d, who is the ing lift." Thus the first ordinance repre-aiu- u A tOOli. BKAIX & the topmost star, and his feet flaw out like TOMC. the believer and Christ dead together, Hum of the promises aud in whom all of PKOKESSIOSAIi sasesssttssairsYftSKss wings, and he struck each stair I. th, v4i..t lle,llc. DtacoV.7; ol "no the promises are via and ampn tho yes bnried together und rising together. And wild, fierce TuraTi. sv.tj-- n, with a sound like & drum, oud the girl be2SBBZ3 ES SB, which seal'' their truth and tho' and the the other two combined show us Christ ss ALEX. ANUIJUUOW, S r60OTT M.D., Kanane City, Mo. low with the ecrubbing thing laughed like a n ?. r, -w OLiiA'ii Jiirfcf A.rJ7'l'01irs'J3V A.T artn which acknowledges their fulfillment iwuui uj ur sins anu risen on fiend haymvijjkk mi,vj;n. to see him come. DANVILLE, KY., to tho believer "All are yours," says the account of our justification, to that we are Will practlro In the Courta of Boris and adlolulug Nn.'eT; taught from the beginning of our christian oi. apqitle, and ye an Caret's and Christ is countlts nnd In the Ceurt of Appeals. iieuy Dally Bucklen's Arnica Salvs. h.c uui mnmuoiuon wttn unrint in every Kx. Sua, Ba. Sun. GotiV This is the communion of help- oneof his redeeming acts, and we TbobestSalTcln the world for Cuts, Bruises, can say: Lve Covliiglou. J. R. FIBH, . 9 nn 1. ... s ers and of God. Theological "My Beloved is mint n.l I rr:. -- .i Sores, Uloors, Salt Rtieum, FoTcr Sores, Tetter, " I.xlugtou A.t Jjit-w7 26 a in " Pari J! TRUU turn Christ into an intellectual system "if God he for us, who can be against us?" Chnpf.cd Hands, Chilblains, Cora, a oil all Skin And Master CoiuiuhwIonerKooiiciatle Circuit Cour. w .,. a iti d f p MT VKltNtiN, KY. Arr Mlllemburif ... 1UU" micrprei tne.'e glorious symbols Eruptions and positively cure riles, or no iay re This is a false Cbriet, the crettute of the Will practice " Carlisle ......... 9 Maw 7MjJ of our Lord and of our salvation in Him quired. Is Is guaranteed to glre'perfeit tatUftc-tio- n tlon a specialty,in thu Ilockcutle Courts. Colleo" Jolinseu. Office In (HflJ a a ni 7 (o n iu human mind. But no cchtine or theory of Ihe church cannot afljrd or money relundnl. Prlee2)ccuta per box. " MayeVuis)..... to repudiate this Ml 7 IU"a p tu For aale by Penny A Mc.Mlster. Christ is the real object of any man's faith teaching. If you givo up this, you nuprwrAN. LisE are No. i W Al (iol and his manifestation in Christ is the with the ordinance, but without Christ lift In Delly rtall. Very Remarkable Discovery Ka. 81iH.Hr. bun obftct of faith proposed in the scripture?, the world. If this is rejected, farewell Mrs. Geo. V. Willing, of Manchester, illch Offloe tMuUt Ue Main t'treet, two doors above the Mrera Ilotel: hands are shaken at Jc3us Christ. Lvo Mayivllle ...... S I5r mi 1 iOpm writes: "My wife has been almost hlples ftr flru PuruMiro.1 Uxlde Gas adtalnlilexed when ro and to believe in Him is to porse.'s all " Joliinon '...1., 0o IN quired. years, to helpiCM that she could not turu orcr In " Lnrllsio the promises of God. Am I have said, 7 Don't Feel Like Work." 7 11 B III, 2 Upiu bed alone. Mho used two bottle of Kleetrit Hit. " Mlllemburg... 7 It it ui a Oo pm It makes no difference what business you are enbelieving lets God give mo Christ hima'awBXESa. DK. W. Ii. PENNY, Arr JMrl .... H Ilia ml tors and Is so much liupruTcU that she la now able ,HWw?rafSwi spm gaged In: whetbor you are a preacher, a men-hin- t " Islington self in whom all the promises are yei n Dontlrtt, 10 a ui c CO pm to do her own work.'1 Electric Illtteis will do M " Covington kaeak FACTS liECAnDfNfJ uuchaMc. a 8TANFORD, KENTUCKY. II s ml W1 III which teals their truth, and the amen can t do your lawyer or a common laborer, you that Is claimed fur them. Hundred ot tull'uonl-alaattowork well while you nro ha!' sick OiS'jo Robt. S. BftflsilertlMBRinivi run dally frn Knoavlll." TOuaTK,7T,al? y their great turatlre powers, Only llfty from s toovera. at ami 1Lytle'a store. OIBce hour winch acknowledges their fulfillment. Tlioiiunds try to. but all In .ln ir.- 12 to 5 r. . Auetbtli ad t. Wi 'nMiPr1J ,'V,,.nl, ,n OVivlnnton ..I,T.!ir"r""' f"1'1 onrlrh U10 BLOOD. rejnilato uilulsurod wiien ueceMary. Ciifflst, dead and risen and glorified, ia my better to keep your organs In good order by tak- cents a bottle at Penny & McAllstur's. .. nU LIVttR Biul KlDNZVa.tn.i "' Til ing l.rkr Tonic when you feel "4 i VJOOK nf YOUTH' 3I.UA In all llio.n ere fid. little out ol An Editor's Tribute. Train No. fi la dally cacr id bundar utwun . aorta." It would U rr'iuiiinffiicrrtaliiand rulcloti TONIU. n Theron P. Keator. editor of tbe Fort Warue ( In- cPecluUyU)Sieiltt,untorAipi!lile.luiac: HE. It is necessary now to briefly consid- hour ofeort, rejoicingmonev in our iwk. tleii.LaoV ;r btrei alii, eiu. It- - ujc Is iiiurted health Is worth half a doz-- n dlana) Gatttlt, writes: "For lie past five yeara er the ordinances which Christ appointed lo hours full of languor and pain. niusclcs itiitl iiirvoife.lo haro alwaya used Dr. King's New Discovery, for ruruc. Lnllveii BBrsWKWTS Iboiu ud and sunn ! Ilrnlu ov queerrcu iy an neuevcra. cough of the moat same character, ai well a tor inoy are J auircrliiir 1. ""j ull complaints SIcKOIJEnTS oi STAGC, tboseofa milder typ. It never falla to effect a batrtiam, the Lord's supner and tho Lord's I tbo BS. aS Druggists, Mho ore always looUlnir after tl,. pcedy cure. My Irlends to whom I n aafo and speedy haro recomRlvea o clour and healthy dy. Thctt) ordinances are symbols or ctiT.? Itxtou, of their customers, baro now aecured the mended It apeak of ItlnthosAinelilgli terms. HavLouisville, K v., Cincinnati, O,, nd Indianapolis. ..i"0. . leslliiioiiy in thu valuo of Dn ?S "WmI TUN,C "'"J f'o'iuont allcn.pt methods of teaching, for Bymbols can not spl of Dr. Bosanko's CouSh nnd Lung Syrup, . rem-el- y ing been cured by It of every oougU that have Hal ..uoaiorainC.eu'iuwuy a tons'. Decker Hroj.1. it rnSXfrT.V '. u,Jcl, '" Ihopopu ar ue', J. A Ilvher, Voe A Son.', Baldwin tlckoU and lrtgeaKn clucked in .n, that nTer fall to euro CoM, I'alns In tba had for Ave years, I consider It the only reliable Co.' a Cottaee. tTnrlcht and Sniiare l'lnnn Pa.im, Ity of luu orlxliiul. jr 0,,,y intelligibly for any other purpose VV.8' ba u,fd cumtii y iJolr health c 'lotasporlmeiil-K- f't thu OiiioiMai; anb Uiwt Affcetlons. For proof Cough, and turo cure for Coughs, Coldr, etc." Call at also the IMey, cilioninger au 1 Hamilton Organs, tu.n for teaching. The ordinances teach Chest, nud all Lungbottl ...... uuivui. vum ui, iriceauju ujiiua 10 Bull purtry u frio jamplo Fasscnge r Agent, Regular eli W cents' fenny A McAllstcr's Drug sto:o and get n Free Mo., for our "UUKAM UOOJC." Trav. "SJ "g"" ' C11 by. being jrmanently nwociated with and $1,00. chaatra. Don't give your onlr till you get oui fctraoH HDd naful lutjrtnn.inn .. rnuot.'''t Trial Dottle. Large elzojl. piSwu and tanas. I?t.01o, UubvIIIc, Ky. DStMAHTin'a Iron Tonio is son Oaih oy au "' W'QlfB TSttmMTH Mill DiVU:H3 evMYWHafifi. 'ici.cralkana.cr. I Agt Sitd-WMi- L $ntcrior$ounrcI V'Tr-'N'O.aeo- 'llr I $200 Reward! jsaxe tn e mMfsJittrMASHviugri Through Trunk Line .FAltlfl. FOK A Tituo-theus.w- as Stanford Female SOUTH & WEST kAteyw'an::""1' g right-of-wa- PrP'r rleht-of-wa- RMS MODEKATE. i "5IONOX ROUTE." V n 0, y, MYERS HOTEL, Louisville, New Albany wiicago ttaiiway. Pullman STANFORD. KY. Fropr and Still Palace ac-tio- richt-of-wa- y .. chrot 1 LI. I lii .ll.u I. e mm l. M CIXCI.ATI. .cj t: s-- S-- 8, IWO-lJ- ihsil' lik lllir II. POSTED 1 1 1 !iL -- ill I. 1 C Lll! '?S WW 535 lis I'USSillf: 1 1 'J ilii .SUFFERERS GOOAJEEFilRON tr.ru . 1 QA -- -- ar 2f. omv3. rj-- 1 L.cr "I: if' 1 3 vs,a IAV, its NoaTii-UoUN- ii w system-build-er- Attornoy f. .iCTU"CNLY lj,,w Court-bous- e. bOimi-Roi's'i- ). s at -- 1151-lyr- .J """ ivu-.- non.b;'",1,'"01' m-- lntrt 1. 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