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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884110701 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. Semi 0 VeeUii Imtetiif VOLUME XIIL STANFORD, KY., FKIDA Y, NOVEMBER 7, 1884. mtfti&L NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 300 GREAT CL iSNG OUT SALE ..A.T. ! J. w. Bn illEIi Hflfl Mk IHHI IH liHI HkHI I Hi ST:3sr:F,o:R,:D.. :Kry S p t-v Having determined, on account of my health, to 11 11K11 100K 0t1 SAT liMfffi iff PROPOSE TO DO SO AT COST FOE And in many instances less than cost. We have $ 6r$$( Wefffife of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, to sell in this way. Remember this is not the tajl 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 will be given to any man who wishes to buy the entire stock. - The Socittf Column. PAINT LICK, OARRARD COUNTY. The LouinTllle Gmmnetal ,nta It nth-e- r strong when It colli tho twople who affect not to like newspaper notorietr hypo-altebut It it tererthelew true that a ureal. majority of people are eager to aee their names In print. The ittutngtr wn among tin firat of the Kentucky newspaper to start a society column, and as much care and time ha been taken In nUting It ai any other department of the itor. The very people who grumble the moot because a paper So chuck full of perKonala" aro the one who habitually, on picking up the paper, turn first to the personal column and hurri edly ecan ita content, and who feel moat disappointed when thtlr own namte are omlted If there la the least occasion for their appearance. Borne people honeatly dlllike personal mention of tbemaeWes, and a few request that their namei be left out. The public would be surprised, howerer, to know how many request their namou to be On the whole the personal published. is considered the most Interesting column journalism feature of the present-da- y Borneo! our contemporaries hare eflVctrd to eschew it and have eyn gone to far at to burlewjuo it, but they all fall into it eventually. The publio demands It, and to a certain extent a uewupa-pe- r is compelled to cater to the lasto of it" Owensboro Messenger. reader?. r; Farmers are buy gathering their corn and say that the yield is much better than they expected. The hop at the Paint Lick Hotel bids fair to Us a grand aOair. Since the election of Cleveland the hop will bo given in his honor. A good supper will be prepared and every body will be welcomed. John M. Baker, Jr., died Monday night at 8 o'clock with liver complaint and was Interred at WallaceVChapel In the family burying grounds. He has txxm reHo cently clerking at D. G. Slaughter'. was a nice, polite young man and was liked by every bod v Miiwn Hattie and Mamie Uourno, two little beauties of Paris, III., are the guests of Mrs. John Smith at the Veranda Houm, Mrs. Willis Adams, Br., and Mr. Alvah Pullins are both quite sick. Farris, a little son of J. W.Smith, has been quite sick, also Mrs. Jeunio Searcy. Dr. Strati, of Nelson county, was here this ok looking out a location to practice his profession. He seemed to be pleased with the place but there is not a house He said in this place to be rented. that property here la higher than it is in New York City. If some of our land owners would build a few tenement houses and rent them out ther woulJ make good interest on their money, The democrats are rejoicing over the Smokino Hamh A oorrcpondent of a smoke gloriouc newj of Cleveland's election. The New Wk weekly objects to the republicans are looking like they had been house used for smoking meats. Instead he to a burial of a near relative. The nerecommends smoking the barrel wiMi msplo groes ure all pioking out their master and or hickory chips (corn cob are good.) are preparing to go into bondage, all exTack the ham and Huouldew in it flesh cept an old negro that weighs about '230 side up, and pour in pickle in sufficient pounds, by tbo name of Milow Arnold, he uuantitT to cover the whole. The plcklo is complaining of losing hid eyesight. The will extract the smoke from the barrel and There election pa'sed of quietly here. cencurry It evenly through tLo meat, th drunken man on the not a wsh ter of the lnm being m perfectly impreg- ground. the outside. It savts trouble nated as The Staiis and Wooih'ixk. "'Some-time- s avoids risks with fire or thieves, obviates oa I gaze into tho great starlit girdle nny necessity of bugging or otherwise pround try and fathom the mystery tecting from tliot, eince they can remain in of earth of Hpace, I am lost in the utter hopelvsnesn pickle till wanted for uc. of my littlencfl," remarked Mr Jarphly. It is curious, saya an exchange, how few "How impossible it is for the human mind people know the benefit of fruit at break- to comprehend unything without a Iwgir-nln- g fast time. A saucer of borries, an orango or and an end! It is beyond its capabilbaiiuua, pwr or apple, at six in the morning will mke the sky look brighter and fill ities, howove'r cultured or brilliant that the world with sunshine evon on cloudy mind nny bj. For what, then, are our litdays, yet many people never think of cat-In- g tle petty utnbitions, spites, malices, strugfruit In tlm morning. gles and excrtiom? For what do we exist? A Hatdwaro Sto'. At the restaurant at 1'ensocola Junction: Last spring while I wan on my way to the "Mardi Gras" we stopped there for dinner. A gentleman desired to take a cup of tea into the train for a sick lady. "No!" yell ed the proprietor, "you can't take no cups out o yere." "But it is for a lady who Is to ill too come in." "Don't mak no difference," was the reply; "no cups can go out o' yere." "I'll pay you for one," persisted the gentleman, producing a dollar hill. "We don't sell cups," was the sneering answer. "D'ye think wo keep a hardware Convenient Accident. on the Omaha night before last arid all its contents des A "I see a miil car burnei COMMERCIAL troyed." "You don't tell tell mt! Where was it bound?" "Going north to Aihland and Btyfield Wis." "ToBavfiold? Good, good!" 'Good? What on earth is there good about it?" "Why, yon Bee, I owe a man In Bayfield a little amout, and I've promised to send it to him till he won't take promises any longer." "What's that got to do with it?" "Everything, everything. I'll go right off now and write asking him why in tunk-e- t he doesn't send a receipt for that money that I sent him last last what day did o you say that mail car was burned?" News Feedi.no Wheat. A farmer in West ern New York, who raised over GOO bushels, this year, proposes to test the feeding value rather than Fell at resent prices. Lockpool Journal sys: "He h grinding it coarse, bran and II iur together, for pigs, and intends to feed some whole grain, soaked, to his horses while t heavy work. Borne caution will probibly be needed in feeding wheat except to hog4, not to give too much, but with due cue he will find it as economic il feed as auy grain, and probably sifer for most stock than cottonseed meal." Chi-ow- I hare rented the above centrally located Hotel, and will use every eflort to give entire satisfaction to the public. Neat, cool rooms; excel! eat table; cheap rates. Olvameac 11. 38Mm 3. B. CLAltK. HOTEL! TWO FARMS FOR SALE. eTANFOBD, "IT. I offer for sale two farms, lying on the Stanford ono-ba- lf and Somerset pike, one containing 42,'f Ares, mile east of Wynaburg Station, C. 8. B. It, nnd one ot 15.i Acres, I mile north of said station. Considerable fruit, plenty of water. Umber, Ac Improvements fair. Terms easy. 291-2- m u. v. PAnauTT, Waynesburz, Kjb Wool Carding & Spinning We are running oar mill for Carding and Spinning and dolnqgood work. Wool can be sent by express to us nnd returned same way; pack grease securely In bundles. Carding wklto rolls, 8 cts., black and mixed, 10 cts., per pound when grease Is furnished, 2 cents aided when we furnish It. Bend on jour wool and give us a trial. 270-t- m Gr. P. Peacock ss THE DRUGGIST. HUSTONVIIXE, - - KY., Is Preparing' for a Lively Summer Trade. His line of goods, In every variety usually fonnd In a House of the kind, 1 large and complete. first-cla- sto?" 'Judging from this," said the man who C. IT. 1VATROK JbZSOX, Mltchellstmrg, S.J balanced oneof the doughy sandwiches in his band and looked at it critically, "I should suppose you did!" The passengers set up a mighty shout of laughter and approval, but nevertheless the man did not get off with the cup of tea and the invalid lady's thirst remained tin. Haltimore Southern Manuquenched. facturer. BBPanacea ron Tkouhle. Life is filled with trouble, as a writer in Our Homtt his said, and we must shoulder our Bhare with the he-- t grace we can. We may only erek to make them as light as we can, eince to avoid them is impossible. There is one sovereign panacea for this. It is work. Brooding over trouble Is like surrounding one's self with a fog. It magnifies all objects seen through it. Occupation of tho mind prevents this, hard work, manual work oven, gives the mind other matters of concern, tires the body so that sleep will come. Very few suicides occur when men are When out of work actively employed. they think of their other troubles, and the despondency arising from this added one throws the mind from its balance and tho fatal deed is done. Many a man would have committed iiicide if he had had the time. Work of any kind, especially work for others, is the groat panacea for n troubled mind. "George," she said, as he itsiisted ho from tho carriage, "tho next time you take mo out riding in tho evening I wish you would drivo a lost spirited horse." "Why, my dear," he replied, "there isn't the slightest danger with this horse. I cin hold him easily." CUK12 KOIl 1'II.ICn. For" "Got that wood chopped yet, Jeremiah?" "O, I suppose you can hold him, but you IMlen nro frequently preceded by n wmu c.f ie.,jlit Itill.d l.irk, lolils nut lower part of lli nbdoni. 11, allied out Mh Jarphly Irotn the kitchen have to uco both hands, you know." Well, vou'd belter hurry: I reckon if canning tlio patient to suppose lie lias some nlfrctlwi tliw-syou have to go without your supper, you t.t tin kidneys or nslghlwrliig orgnnn. At " Don't Feel Liko Work " what you exist for." jmptomsof Indigestion ore prwiit, as rtntulriif, won't be wondt-rinIt males noiHtTercnco what huslncw you are upratnn of tlm itotnuli, etc. A moisture, HUo flJoston Herald. wbothcr you are a preacher, a merchant , g FARM FOB HX1LJZ ! I offer for sale privately my farm, near the 1 mile went of Mt. 8alem I'ost-oBlc- e, Lincoln county, containing Is n larg barn on the place 07ArrCN. Tbero and the other Improvements are fair. It la well watered nnd fonced. I have S acres In tobacco and 18 acres In corn that I will sell either with the farm or not, as the purchaser deslrm Trras liberal. Cull on or addresi It. II'. JWXX, 23t-2- m Mt. s nlem, Ky. Judicious Alterations in the Internal rangements Seoui o Boom Oomfort and Better Display. Particular attention la called to Ar- A Large and Elegant Addition to the Stock of Jewelry, And articles o vertu. Saw Mill For Sale! & Having determined to change iur business, I ofler tor sale (privately) my Saw Mill, situated on Brush Creek, In Casey county, Ky. The Engine Is stationary; Holler IDiil: Knglne 10x20; Counter Shalt 2it teet. Edging Saw and Urlit Mill atn nnd tached. The pro erty Is n.w. The Direct Route to In Mood Illuming Order. A Machine Fob. Pkoducixo Rain. HUGH I.OO.iX, Among tho last inventions reported from 2W-l- f Hustouville, Ky. Australia is a machine for producing rain storms. It is intended to force a rain sup (E ply from the clouds during a period of drought. Tho aptratus is in the shape of r baloon with a chsrgeof dynamite attached undcrneith it. The balonu is to be sent into the clouds, and when there the dynamite U to be fired by a wire connecting it with WashinQton, Philadelphia M.Y. the earth. A trial of this novel contrivTbo only lino running ance is to bo given upon tbo dry districts of New South Va!e, and the result ia PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS looked farward to witli interest by some of tho residents of that colony. Timber plenty and nccesilble. I would be willing to exchange lor good farm stock, such as Mules, Horses, Cattle, Ac. Persons within t to engage In tbo lumber business will find n good opening by npplylnu to St. Louis & tlio West Northwest and Southwest by the way of f,OUISYILL12 or CINCINNATI. inilllS isvillo direct lonnectlon at thoso Leaving Chattanooga lor Lou-A- ll and Cincinnati make points with the Lightning Expres. on tho Ohio A MIsilsslppl for til Louis and all points Wwt. Kentucky's -- Route East Only from Louisville or CIncln-1- U natl to Bt. Louts, being two hours imlcker than any other ltno. giving our passengers fur moils and first choice of sejts lu trains time going West. in TTrt,,,, JlOUrS 12HourswayQuicker Jou0i?n.hu"bya. Chicago, Ine going by f O. & , Mc Con-nactic- ma cJ iwrsplrnllon, producing a eiy ill.agrwuU Itching, o(t. r fiittliiB wiirm, Is ft "ry common uttemlant llllud, Weeding nnd Itelilus Piles jleld at once to the hlch arts nt lit ntln of Dr IIomuiUo's I'llo lluuedy, directly upon tlm parts nnvcted, absorbing tlio Tiinims, nlU)lng the Intense itching and affcctluga the I'r. lcim.itieiit cur. I'rlco 60 cents. AOJreii Hclttfb-ctHosauLo Medlclue Co., I'iiua.OUIo. 6otdby ttt88 McltOllUUTS tlm Drugglati, who nro A. STACK;, looking niter tlia Inttrwt of tlicir cutomer, liars now eiutfJ tlio y alo of pt, lloennko's Cough nii.l Lung S) rup, n that never falU to euro Cohln, l'alna In tU Cliwt, nnd nil Lung Alfrctloni, Tor proof Cough, try a freo (amnio bolt I' ItvguUr tio CO cents aua SI. 00. rem-oil- aln) J lu: a mechanic, a lawyer or a common laborer, you can't do your work well while you nro hal' lck Tbouunai try to, but all In '.vain. How muchr. better to keep your orgaui In gool onler by when you foel''a Httlo out of sorts." U would be money In your pocket. Ono hour of gold, rejoicing health Is worth half a dor- en boun full of languor and pain. taV-in- Positive Curo for Piles. Y&0- UTo the people of thlioounty w would My that Lux. weharoboeu rItcii tho agency o Dr. Marchltl's InKCon, Olntiuo-emphatically guaranteed Italian Pllo to curo or mojoy rafundel Internal, External, Wind, Weeding or Itching I'IIm, I'rlco 5D cents nbox. No euro, no piy. I'nny A McAllstcr, Connecting In tame depot with fast trains lor Drugglits. Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically guirantco Dr. Marchlsl's The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan a female remedy, to cure Femala Dlaca--evillo. Norfolk, auch ai Orarlcn troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration, Tailing and displacement or bearing down feeling, IrrfRslarlttlos, Ilarrennetr, Chango All Virginia and North Carolina cl Llfs. UmoonhcM, besides many weaknesses For tickets nnd further information, apply to springing from tho above, llko Headache, Blent-luor Hplual Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nervous de- youi noaest ticket office, W, address W. J. i)ko, i:. ARHOLI), bility, Talplttttlon of tan Heart, Ac. For into by Advertising Ar(., Ticket and l"!ni. Agt., druggists. Prices St and (1 50 rxr bottle. Send S23 lourlti A ., Louisville. Ky II. W. I lIMjEIt, to Dr. March's!, Uttca, N. Y., for pamphlet, freo. O. W. H311TJI, Oen'l Gsn'l Manager, For tale by Tenny McAllitcr, DmggltK lUchmoud. Virginia. u A SOLIDTBAIN Louis ille (Mnt'inimlittutl Ky., WASHXNGTOIw Always makes Fnst Time nnd Sur.o With all Lints at CITY. Points. No Fcrricb! NoOiniillm&Trims- ! St Louis and Intermediate iCTH a, g, foints. Connections mailo Id Union Depot, St. Louis, with trains of lmei gelng West, Northwest and Southwett. II you are going West to nay point, rail on or wilto to tho undersigned. For lull and relUblo Information In regard to Land, Ac, in the Western Statri, lap, Oulde and lowest special rales lor Tlekets sud Household Goods to all points West call on or sddrtss O. It. 1LSOI. Passenger Ag't Ohio A Ulsslislppl Italhvsr, W. W. 7. PEAKODY. Trss't nnd (len'I Man'gr, Oen'l Pass. Agt, C. W. I'Altie.tentral Pasrenger Agent, B. BHA11 UC, Harrodsbiirif, Kj Clndcnatl.Ohlo. 4 SrflU-lctlIiinimorlonr- Stanford, Ky., W. P. ST Colorado gow 8,500 for Blaine, Kentucky Miida a boiiu democratic delegation to Congrefs a gain of two are: Novembor 7, 1884 Tho' names of tho Representatives-elec- t First district, W. J. Stone; Second district, Polk Laflbon; Third district, J. E. Haleell; WALTON. Fourth district, Thos. Robertson; Fifth district, A. S. Willis; Sixth district John G. Carlisle: Seventh district, W. C. P. Breck- inridge; Eigth district, James B. McCreary; Ninth district, Frank Powew; Tenth district, W. P. Taulbee; Eleventh district. Frank Wolford. The republcans carried Iowa by 30,000 plurality and elected 10 out of 11 Congress men! Blaine's estimated majority in Kansas is 40,000. Every republican Congressmen is elected and the Legislature is almost 31 solidly republican. Vermont gives her electoral vote to Cleveland by a popular mnjority of 22,000. Oregon gives Blaine n majority of 1,500, and republicans claim Nevada by 1,000. The democrats elect 8 out of 10 Congressmen in Virginia and carry the State by 10,000. kinla close, Ohio republican 3il5 A. M. bjr 25,000 to iw,vw majority, jvanwu uo, ou.uuu. UOIWT FOR.CrlS'X1 tiik Louiiuua andllorlda demo- PRAISE THE LORD Iho People Tones ! Havo Spoken iu Thunder Against Fraud and Corruption, And Mado Grover Cleveland Their Honored Prosidont. The South. New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Indiana Qive Him Their Votes, The returns and estimate place the republican plurality in Wisconsin at 10,000 or more. The republicans elect 7 out of the 9 Congressmen, Bragg and Rankin only being saved, California is probably for Blaine by Tho democrats loee several Con8,000. gressmen there. Nebraska goes for Blaine by a small majority. And Sovoral Othor States Havo no Doubt Done- Likowiso. - JL Famous Victory for Honesty and ra- rity in onieinl Lire. Xiott-li- Pcoplo fcInt5 PbhIihb or TrnlH. XouisviLLE, Noy. 7, 0 a. m Tne following are from this mornlnR'a Courier Journal: Bojb, we have got them thin time dead sure. They may kick and tqueal aa much as they like, but I bare seen, the official Tote of each county in the State of New York and I tell you Cleveland and Hen drickabave a insjority over Blaine and Lo gan. Utterly uesigncu are nu oiner his natchea to the contrary. Bet every dollar yon have got on what I tell you, but make your bets that Cleveland will receive the electoral vote of the State of New York aad will be the next President of the O. O. S. "United State. Depper&te attempt of the Blaine cons pir-toto throw the country into civil war, but it la defeated by the vigilance of an unterrifitd democratic inspection. Not the iea&t doubt of the election of Cleveland and Hendricks. Treasonable manifestations of tho robber tariff ring. Jay Gould at the front, with millions of money to corrupt the election. A true statement of the recall officially announced. Glory hallelu ra jah. Jay Gould is under arrest for stifiling the newa through tho Western Union Telegraph, Prospects of a mob. Tho Associated Press at hat admits it .A, This from New York was received at one o'clock this, Friday morning: Official vote of counties cut down Blaine's plurality by districts and indicates that Cleveland will have plurality in State. Official vote of 5G counties give pluralities for Blaine of 59,384 for Cleveland 09,207 An estimate on tie four conntiei not given in, eive pluralities for Blaine of 9,310 and 487 for Cleveland, which would give Cleveland a in Stite of 831 Louisville, Nov. C, C r. m. We have have them; they are Hinging up their tails all over the country. At Albany, N. Y. n hundred gems are telling the news. The Lord is at last on the Bide of the people. about 30,000. A plurality in Pennsylvania by the republicans of 70,000. Maine of courso went for Blaine. In Missouri Cleveland's plurality will le over 20,000. Democrats elect 12 Congress men out of 14. North Carolina has gone democratic by 25,000 majority. The democrats elect 8 out of 9 Congressmen. This U a gain of one. O'Hara, colored, is elected to Congress from the Second district. The democratic majority in Mississippi is between 35 000 nnd 10,000. The entire J. E. Mukrell, who for years has been Congressional delegation U elected. Chalone of the editors of the Columbia Spectamers, the renegade democrat, is badly detor, has sold his interest in it to .H. C. Confeated in the Second district. ner nnd the paper will hereafter be conductBlaine carries Illinois by 20,000 to ed by him and Mr. Rollin Hurt. We hope a big democratic gain. Carter HarriMr. Murrell will find it profitable to locate son is running ahead for governor. Alabama gives the usual democratic ma- somewhere else in Kentucky. jority and electa a Bolld democratic delegaThe popular vote in 1SS0 was Garfield tion. Hancock 4,442,035; Weaver, 4,449,053; Reports from South Carolina all the greenbacker, 307,300; Scattering 12.576. counties of the State show the democratic Garfield's plurality over Hancock, 7,019. majority 36,000. The democrats elect G Opposition majority over Garfield, 312,864. out of the 7 Congressmen. Total vote, 9,210,970. Arkansas electa a full democratic delegation to Congress and gives Cleveland over GARRARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT. 40,000 majority. Lancaster. The St. John and Buttler vote does not seem to have cut much figure. Garrard county gives Blaine a majorBlaine has a plurality of 20.COO in Mas- ity of 67 and Sebastain 15. sachusetts. Positively the largest stock of DiaCleveland's plurality is 0,716 in Mary- monds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and land. Of six Congressmen the democrats Musical Instruments of any house in Kenelect five, a gain of one. tucky. I have the largest Block and can The republicans concede New Jersey to make you lower prices than any other the democrats by about 2,500 majority. house. For every $1 worth of goods you United States Senator McPherson claims buy from now till Jan. 1st, you get chance that the democrat have from 4,000 to 0,000 free in a $200 Mhndolinn Musical Box with majority. The utter collapse of the Butler 16 inch cylinder. Remember the place movement in Hudson county is a surprise J, U. Thompson's Jewelry Houee, opposite to all, even the democrats. " Lancaster, Ky. The republican plurality in Ohio is friends went wild when Our democratic 25,-00- 0, post-offic- Republicans cratic bj (;ood majority, claim Virginia but not conceeded by any means. No'rth Carolino Is reported demoay cratic by 15,000 Ohio Republican 20,000. Indiana democratic by 8.C00. 3.35 A. m. We claim both New York CouniEii Jouiinal. and Indiana. Gov. McCreary telegraphs his thanks to Lincoln county and says that Madison has given him 400 majority, Mercer 417 and Spencer 450. Anderson county gives democratic majority or COO. Lvirel county givci Sebastain 250 majority and Blaine 500. Indications are that Stone, democrat, defeats Turner, independent, for Congress. Cincinnati Nov. 5, 1 a. ji. Cleveland has carried New York and Brooklyn by 72,000 and has been keeping his own in last 100 precincts heard from. Democrats claim State now by 15,000 to 25,000. From all indications McCreary has carried the district by 1,600 to 2,000. Willis dem. is elected to Congress in Louisville district by 3,500. Garrard county givei Blaine about 50 and Sebastain about 30 mnjority. Lincoln did her duty well Tuesday, giv- ing Cleveland full 350 majority ond Gov. McCreary for Cougress the same. Cohen, democrat, for Member of Board of Equalization, has 300 or more over Roberts. Stanford precinct gives Cleveland 116 majority nnd McCreary 115. The most cheering news that Kentucky furnishes is that Stone, who was Speaker of tho House a few yearn ago, has defeated Ocar Turner, an alligcd democrat who would not submit to tho customs of the The "old outparty, by 3,(00 majority. law" who lived in Louisville but pretended that his home was in Billard county can now stop lying about hi residence. M I STORE NEWD ! 0lc3L IDiruLSSlarfc BOOTS & SHOES, -- nm now oponinc in tho storo room noxt to W. II. IHgglna n now and froah stock of BOLD BY- - GEO, H. BRUC & GO, In reference to tlio vnluo of these celebtated Uootn mill Shoes wo ro-pcctfully refer you to tho following gentlemen who havo bought then mid know their merit. Tho list is taken from memory mill of courso ninny names nre omitted: It. E. Barrow, T. D. Newlaml, Sntiiford Irwin, P. D. Albright, Jmues Dtidtlornr, II. C. Bright, J. E. Bruco, F. J. Currnn, Ed. Carter, C. E. Martin, Geo. T. .McRoberts, W. T. B. White, Ieaac Phillips, Ilev. II. C. Morrison, John S. Murphy, Cmig Lynn, Smith Butighmnn, EM. Joseph Ballou, Dr. Iliigh Rcid, Judge M. C. Saulley, George Logan, Dr. J. G. Carpontor, John Bojley, A. It. Penny, Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Druggists' Sundries, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationery, Fancy Articles, cc., Which I to tho public nt Low Priooi. Givo trial. 1. Lr. 1BOUR3SK, Ail D. ofl'er mo ft A lln Hardware, Iron, Spoken, JtlniN, linn UlvMIIld DKALI.il IN XuIIh, Itugjry U'IicoIn, Moves, Jlorm Shot's Unit cm, Growrlc, NtoiuMTnrv, Sndilirt, Uucoinmnrr, IttiRKT WIiIm, UnrnoMM, Cane MIIK Older Mill, Iip Covoi-h- , Corn Mi oiler. Collars Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel nnd Brinley Combined Plowi, TTootlen and Cast Pumps, and tho Celebrated Mayflold EloTMor. Tin Roof ing anil Guttering will have prompt attention. "' " flrltlnnrui NnlrHinrn i Joha Ur,uMtJ. Til s P & PPNMV PHARMACISTS, ' DKlLMia 1.1- - Drugs, Books, Stationery anil I'hjiUUn,' J Juilgo J. yi. Philips, Peter Carter, W. E. Varnon, W. F. McOlary, John Bright, Sr., B. Walton, John Dutltlerur, Tom Stone, Chnrles Crow, Itov. J. M. Bruce, G. G. Helm, Master Peyton, "VVillio Fancy Articles. arcuratrl; coiumll. AI JEWELERS. The Largest Stook of Watohea, Olocki, Jowelry and Silverwaro Ktit Irought to Ihii maiket l'rlr.jamrt lhn the Lownt. Vi (!.,, llocki ami Jrwctry IU- on biii notlr md Wrnut4. - ltrl J. A. Harris, Zan Duililernr, Reuben Williams, M'M EflTS&STAGG ORUGGSTS Wm. Carpntcr, D. B. Hollzclaw, D. Perkins, George Penny, P. II. Carter, E. C. Walton, iD Stanford, Ky., WIiicn. JTilfiuor Opera House Block, is claimed Cleveland's majority in Louisiana is over 15,000. The democrats elect all tho Congressmen but one. New Hampshire speaks for Blaine by a pretty reduced mnjority. Mishigan's electoral vote ia divided Cleveland 6, Butler 6 and Blaine 1. Kentucky sends greeting to Cleveland and tenders him 50,000 majority. Her delegation to Congress is solidly democratic, a gain of two. Tennessee gives a reduced majority for Clevelandand Bate governor by a small majority. Rockcastle gives Sebasta in 177 majority. E Folk Johnson. RELIGIOUS. Col. Morrison goes back to Congress Xooisville, Nov. C. 3:30 r. M. Courier from Illinois after a very hard tight. His Eld. G.L.Surber will preach at JournaTs returns gives New York, New Jer- district has always been republican, but he at 11 o'clock Sunday next. Michigan has never failed to pull'through. sey, Connecticut, Indiana and Rev. J. E. Triplett will preach at to Cleveland. Nothing but the supremest The news affected Blaine so that he took on next Sabbath, at 11 A. St. and villainy in count can defeat us. his bed and is likely to die. Tho excite 7 1'. si. Also at Smith's School home on K. Polk Johnson. ment and arduous work he has gone day at 2:30 r. si. Cleveland has 219 votes in the electoral through was too much for his Bright's the same Praise disease. college, 18 more than a majority. (From Our Thursday's Extba.) the Lord. A special dispatch from the Louisville The following will warm up those demoPtutsays that tho republicans concede crats whose blood was frozen at the late tel the Btate of New York to Cleveland by egrams yesterdav from New York and In 3,000. M n .Nov. 0, 3 r. ji A dispatch from Mr. diana. Louisville, Nov. C. Hendrics to Mr. W.. N. Haldeman says This morning's Courier-Journ- al bursts Indiana has certainly gone democratic by ? forth as follows: '"All efforts to break hi CD O ( - CD about 3,000 nujjrity. CTQ H. down Cleveland's majority in New York There have been conflicting hopes and O O P-ofail and the conspirators led by Jay Gould ' fears for tho last few days. Ooo time It EfcS CD ore bailled at every point. Desperate CD fwould seem that we had them and next of the beaten Blainites to delay the O time it wouldn't seem so certain, but there V.U .nevltable but tho wrath of God Is upon ia no doubt about It now. O Tho Associated Prefa has lied from start them and their doom is sealed. Indiana a4 answers the voice of the Empire State with go Loping to give the republcann a chance CD an approving echo and Connecticut and W to count uh out. CD New Jersey join the procession of victocr-"We will havo the next Congress too by a rious and unterrified democrats. Michigan majority of 47. fcs-comes to time smiling with solid majority Indiana ktands by her ex Governor and honors him with a ma- for the Fusion Ticket. An overwhelming for the third time popular majority for Cleveland nnd Henjority of her votes. The democratic ticket dricks, and democratic votes to eparo in seems to havo 5,000 majority. the Electoral College. The people rejoice. CD Little Rhode Island polled the largmt (From Wednesday' Extra,) vote in her history. In a total of 32,091. Indianapolis, Nov. T, 2 a. si. Repub Blaine's majority is 5,353 llcans give up State to democrats by 5,000 Deleware give a democratic majority of majority. CD 3,000 and elects the entire ticket. Ml Indianapolis, 2:15 a. sr. Indiana sureGeorgia went democratic by 40,000. ly democratic. Oiven up by Tribune. Texas denqrve the banner; she gavo Gov. CD CD CD Hendihcics. Ireland 80,000 majority and the rest of the Louisville, Nov. 5, 3 a. m. DemoaraU democratic ticket about the same. New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Tho Electors chosen Tuesday will meet havo and Indiana and claim Massachusetts and December? for the purpose of ratifying Wisconsin. BTANFOKD, KY. ibe will of the people. TTloridajeports 4,000 mnjority for CleveConnecticut has gone democratic, bo has land. New Jersey by 7,000 to 10,000. Louisiana W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor. Connecticut with but a few more by 30,000 to 40,000 and elect 61 jo of Stace.OxSO. to hear from gives a democratic plu- is democratic Eight complete acta of Scen ery Beating capacity, inciumng gaiiery. cvu. rality of 1.211 Butler got 1,037 votes and four out of six Congressmen. Florida and lleaormblt ratca to good attraction). Aduru North Carolina democratic. Wet Vir- - m above. St. John 2,205. ta Mc-Kinn- the cheering news came Jin that the country was saved. Grand opening of holiday goods. The grandest feature of the display will be $3,000 worth of diamonds set in every conceivable design, pins, rings and earrings from $15 to $2,500 per pair with $10,000 worth of other goods in jewelry, silverware and fancr goods at J. C. Thompson's Jew elry House, Lancaster, Ky. The grandest opening will bo Tuesday, Nov. 18th, day and night. The magnificent display of diamonds will be free one day only, bo be sure and go and see Mr. Thompson on that day, Nov. 18. Remember the place, Ji C. Thompson's Jewelry Houee, Lancaster, Ky, A. F. Evans, Thomas House, Hulf. Duildcrar, Daniel Stagg, Jr., It. B. Woods, Richard Orr, IrK, ClicttilcuN, I'alnts, OllM, Wall Paper, ISooux, Mimical .Stationery, NoupH, C'lRant, M.OI.IHCOO, IiiNtrttoiueiitM, A'oeiti'i I.lllllpH, stjle. Perfumery, Fire A nun. Cutlery, Machln Onr JoTrcIrr, Sllrcnvaro nnd i.'ntlcnl Hoods Department Is In Clinrgo or Col. Tlios. Ulclmrd.x, who will Itruulr Hatches nnd Clock Promptly and in tho beat Accdleft. W. P. Walton, A. K. Denny, Richard Cobb, It. T. Mattingly, W. J. Daugherty, Dr. M. L. Bourne, Wm. Daugherty, John W. Bastiu, K WEABlffl, UNDERTAKER, AITD F. M. Flenner, John Ferguson, Geo. Duun, W. II. Higgins, Mike Elkiu, Wnlker McKiunoy, Robert Ferguson, W. F. McKinney, Boss Dillion, A Xealei" in XTurnitnre Full nnil complete ! njj S ft5 a 3f FX 3 B John Bright, Jr., tiHMortuient of Furniture, embracing from flic Clieapeht to flic Fluent Parlor NuKch. Ne need to o to flic largo cIUch to mako your pnrcliaxcH, no matter what quantity or quality you want, ax I ran nnd will duplicate any prlecM you can obtain clHculierc, frcljrlit being added. AIho a full iiHsorliucnt ol CoIIIiih, CauCH, Nliroudn and ItobcH, embracing all flic New Style, both cheap and cxpoiiHlvo. Ware roe ma oppoultc Nt. Anaph Hotel. Ntanford, Ky. 4 II. J. Darat, Jno. S. Owsley, Jumes A. Carpenter, Adam Pence, .J. E. Florence, .Mutt. Hutchinson, Gabo "Walters, inrfl.iH TAYLORS. am IV' .opER . Taylor Manufacturing Co. OH AMDERSBURQ, PA. Fivo Awards nt tho Louisvillo Exposl tion in 1883. rnstniHi from 1 1nS.V) horn owt. Hw Mill froir SiOO In tlin larital ManilnM ilrn. I'orUbln Oira M tf ts e-- & j as Robert G. Hail, C-- T- II. Ballou, Itev. A, C. Newland, Atltlio King, Jesse Walters,. J. H. Bright, CIiuh. fc'' SSuwlWxJilS; Mills from th North Crolliiii Mill Htono Co., tli6 lie.t Mllla In the worl'l for nuking meal for tabic uto. Wrlto for prlroi. AdJrMj o GEO. P. HAMTOM, Travollns 1. WEAKEN, OENERALAQT., SrAXKOBD, P ti Anl Kr fl&B' Q o p Dunn, Dr. Leo F. Iluflman, Ami a lust of others. The Buell stock is tanned by the long time cold liquor pro AA'D cess, thereby producing soft anil pleas ant wearing material. Any method that will tan stock in ten to thirty days in order to muko it cheap will A Large Stock ortho rolloulug unavoidably destroy its lifo, and when tho oil used in dressing evaporates tho leather becomes hard and brittle. A single thought should convince you Baker Grain Drills, Bucke.ve Drain Drills, MoSherry Grain DrillB, Hoosier Grain Drills, that notwithstanding tho diflorenco in Kalam aZ0 Harr0 Wfl prico, you can bettor afford to buy Champion Sulky Plows, Champion Steel Beam p, COMMISSION MERCANT II MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. f P c.M, OPERA HOUSE! prc-cin- Buelxs Boots and Shoes. GEO. H. BRU0E & CO,, I Solo Agents for Buell's Boots & Shoes, A STANFORD, ICY. ler Duggies, CarriogOB, Surroya, Spring WagonB, Form WogonB, &o. Plows. Oidor Mills, Oano Mills, Oane Mills, Evaporators, Toed Gutters, Blollnc nnil FurntaudlSradleySuIhy Pfoira nt Lcam thau CohI to close out. A. VviA, lot of Zsigler Bros'. Shoes celved at 8. II. Shanks'. Stanford, Ky., Novoralor 7, 1884 LOCAL NOTICES. nuv your school uiiny, bookn from Tate & HEADQtTAnTEiM for nohool books at Mc- Koberts A SHrjiV. Nuwakadis of ready mixed paints for wiring trad at McKiiHTt c Stag-gV- . Wati'iim ntl Jewelry repaired on ahort notice nhil warrnnted by Tate & Penny. A coMri.KTn "lock of jewelry, latent stylo Itookfun! watches n specialty. Tato & Penny. Dot'ni.n ami single barrel ihot guns ranging from $3 to $100. Also ammunition of nil kind at McKoberts & HtaggV, PERSONAL. CtU S. M. Huiuibtt, of Inncster, wan here yesterday. Mias Pauline UiiiM&i has fjone to visit friends in Allantn. Dit Joiti M. Fict.ANi), of Louisville, It at liouie for a few day. Mim Mattie Huovvn.oI Lsncter, is with her sister Mr. Gee. II. Ilruoo. Mn Joan A. llAi.Dr.MAK, of the CW iff'JournntMfcil up to Crab Oiolinnl Wednesday for a few days viwuliuii lhrw. Cait. V. J. Wash, formerly ootineo-te- d with t!il paper, showed his handsome face here yesterday, licit now connected with the K. C. Gkoror Cam mru. nnd a party of elKht, from McKInney, left for MInourl-Wil- l K. Williams ticketed them by the Sf Louis Air Line. We can never forget the kindness of cur friend, Mrsr. Matt Woodson and T. F. Spink, train dispatchers, and Mr. J. A. Carpeuter, telegraph operator here. LOCAL MATTERS. ris Iiiii Jurt Ftsil always on hand. m J. T. Har- in. A bit; Ime of Healing SIotcs and Orate nnd "cheaper than the cheapest," at IlrightA CurWs. l'l.rArrall at alright A Curran's where our lKMki are kept ami settle ycir coal account. We need the money. I. M. Druce. cot about 60 rotot in the counBntler was left o far ai we cm learn KJid bnl one mo oflcre.l to vote for Mr. Lock wood. indebted to us for W wni all the eotl and lanber to com and pay us meat, now at we netd the money to buy hogs. ty. St. Jon to Richmond by her many son will engage in husines in it. Fisher & Co., have nlo purchased a lot of George Herald. Our congratulation Sambrook and aro building a amall business old fellow. Comk and ceu the Kxpoalliou Lamp on house. Currnn'w. LAND. STOCK AND CHOP. exhibition nt Bright The Grejhatn hotel burned at weven Foil Sale. A pair of extra fine work o'clock yesterday morning. The firo orlgl II. C. liurt.F.Y, the nierohant tailor, hna on hand it very fine linn of Hinting. Call mules. Johu Bright, Stanford. natcd In an upstairs room from a bad flue. " F. D. Albright sold to T. L. Crow a It was occupied and operated by Samuel at once nnd examine. for $215. Ward and owned by Mrs.T. A. Gresham. TilK trnln killed n cow nt the eroding on yearling Smuggler colt Foil Sale Ciikai. Solid colored Most of tho furniture and household goods bo- the Dinville pike last night nnd a horau Jersey Bull, 18 months old. J. K. were saved, It wa4 not insured nt all. It longing to Mr. Hhelton, at the Junction. Caron, Crab Orchard. t is probably the oldeit hotel in thi put oi i by Gov. MoCueakY goe to .Congre About 13,000 Texas ponies have been the country. Mr. Ward nnd hi family fully 1,500 majority, a gain of 000 over sold thi year at Dodge, Kansas. Price have our sympathy. Tho model Goyemor will from $15 to $55 per head; average $35; agThomiMou. Geo. Sambrook has purchased the en- now make a model Congresuian. gregate 5150,000. lire stock of the Livingston Coal Co., and . . Fon Sale. Four pslra of good horses, I now operating it iiimseii and we are Wk invite attention to our new stock of Glaxwnre and Queensware, new tyle nnd two pair fine mule and n lot of dry and glad to say he has employed O. W. Chss- denignn. Como and get our price and wo milch cows. Stock can he seen at K. R. tain as asaleman in tho Coal Co 'e store. Messrs. J. M.Shreveand Charley Phillips, know that wo will save you money. H H. Gentry', F. J. Campbell. The turkey trade ha opened, and former stockholders, iro preparing ! leave Myer ft Co. proraieo to ba brisk. One large ibek of us. Choa. F. Redman, our L. & N. railMn. Jamim W. Aixxihn, 1b proceeding nearly 300 pissed up street Friday. They road agent, we regret to say, informs in ing rapidly wilh a nice brick residence on are worth 0 cent per pound nn foot and that ho ho tendered his resignation ns D.Mivillti Avenue and Mr J. S. Hughe' 10 cent dressed. Pari New. agent nt this place too much work and on Mnlu I nearly completed. Both will be Vincent C. Cromwell, of Fayette, ha not enough money. Mirt Berta Shreve of decided ornament. Several other build- sold to K L.Simmon, tho bay colt Wiltho Stanford Female College, has been ing are also in progro of erection. liam L,l! year old, by George Wilke, spending a few day with her father and TumiiAY wa a very noiy day here, ow- dam by Membrino Patchen, second dam mother at thi place There i a little ing to the groat quantity of mean whlky thedam of Mike, for 310,000. short depot agent here that greatly regret Mr. Thomas Lilian! bought 10 head her departure. that wn drank. Marehal Xewland nnd hi deHitle were kept l,uy all day and ran of 830 lb cattle March 20'.h latt and put in eome ten or adi'Xeu drunken men who them to fattening. Ho weighed them Oct. Sr.W ADTEKTISKJIEHTH. werete frmJ4ilaon nthey Hitered ilMh and they drew tho beam at over 1,100 pounds each, about a great an increase uh up. Bertide the shooting scrape mentioned elsewhere, Brown Meadow wai pretty we ever heard in Ihe eatne length of time. badly cut in the bend by Din VanArndale, Mr. David Scott, who live on Dix t will offer at the tile of F. T. Young, near another negro. River, in Lincoln county, ha gathered five Ky.,on Tiik Ki.hx.rtoK. Owing to tho foci that acre of White Hurley tobacco, which i WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12. 18S1, the clerk filled to keep a memorandum of pro noun cod by good judge to be a fine n Twentr cxlra his iraJo Helfor. a ntc lot coo.1 the total vote in their preolnot, we are un- can be grown in this or any othr Stato. It Milk Cowi, torn thoroughbred Cowi mil Cairo, I now being wworted into four grade for 2 thorouehhrwl Hulls, U recorded In the 21 Vol able to give tluut in nil. The majoritit umr; I Terr an Ueldlng, mca bar Mare lor urn! ; all of however, ate a follow; Stanford, No. 1, sale. It estimated to yield 1,200 pound tir uk, a nice niljr euiu, 1 Mate and Colt, known which are Terr highly bred. Term made to the acre. and 2, Cleveland tnsjority 115; McCrearyV on day of ul, S. .11. it WF.S8. Cattle are looking up in Cincinnati 15. Hustonvllle, Cleveland 30; McCrenry tl Ml tWn die l J In Highland, Blaine 10; Sebmtaln 10. and so aro hog, both being in better de01. o( tholtln of that cl remrliet, an,t has 1ren mand. Sheep and Umbt are slow and Crab Orchard, Cleveland 31; McCrenry 87; Iniutt ualiuta! UU.U4-Uo- i, SVQtirtttoti ! i , Wnlnut Flat, Cleveland and McCreary each weak. The prices are: MVftntY juun, jKaf "iMllrlmrfc l'aito. Te 13 majority. O tilt wffli Ihe favor of Turnemllle, Cleveland 2 7; Comman to milium C4TTT.B. UrMl7krtl ..J1."3(;3.73 the puUlc and now ranVi GHlriii Clt!ulCo. McCrosry ;W. Waynesburg -1 for both UckxI to extra butchert am, nff the U adlnf Mall 4.004)4.81 cloea of the oiMnnt. A. L. SMITH. Cleveland and McCreary, makine Cleve Common to cliolc ihlpiwi... 4.S03C40 llrajfor 1, 11, Htockrn ixl feeder 3.7W.0O land' majority in the county 317 and MtrI'itlit. in e I.OO. liuui. Thounwon only got 133 ma- Mccted n.l liearr ihlppn..4 4. 7305.10 butcher jority intthii county In 1SS2, a gain for Kilr to pooj pVrr 4.3533.05 For Sale Good Family Horse McCreary of . 4.2594.70 Klrtosud light just re welcomed friend. t BRIGHT -- OWN, I -- reg-Irtler- WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - G-ROCER-S m -- AND JOBBERS OF F S MEAL WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY- - eol WAG0I! A3S"I MOTICE 1 ! Turn-cutIII- AKKIAG3ES, J And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- H ALSO THE- - ....... XVXost Complete Zaine Hard' waxe and Queens - The colored population seem The Boyle County Medical Society wn ! Wllliami A entertained by Dr. L. S. McMurtry &t his residence Tuesday night. Tha subject UaTlcj urd room i at Mr. I). O. Alford's, I Pehkoxi wishing to make n cheap trip g In am wa "Cholera, it prevention and and prr,arrd to wrre the ladlra best style and at other klndi ofMvlnKln the to Texas, or Kama ean procure ticket at yuur patron rcaMnable rates, Follclllug a abaro ol treatment." greatly reduced rate by calling on J. C. age, I am, reapfectlully, Mr. Ben j. Boiling, for ecme time paa JlitiS m.UA HJill.Kl . l"ergui0D, Stanford. Stanford 29Ma in rather bad health, hai Mnewhat imWb iiwned "Kitraa" Wednesday and. proved of late. Mr. and Mr. Allen Cook yeitterday and they wtro gobbled up with went to Stanford Thursday where they will LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT great aridity by thn peoplo. Our bulletin . remain with relative sevctal days. 8ALLIH TENNINOTON tsS. B.I'ENNINOTOK. board ha been thronge-- by anxioua The police court wai hammering away Notice Is hereby RlTsn to whom It may concern for two days and night. at the cases of Rickett, Denny and Faul-cone- that tho plalntlir. Sallle IVnnlnRton,II. has (lied htr I'ennltKton, petition almt the de'endant, 0. accused of retailing Whisky, but up In the elerk'a office ot this court, praying thai the llKanT Fa an ah. engineer on the South use. enjoy, sell and convey to the clotcof this report nothing had been court empower her lo property she may own or bound mail train, Wedneeday crentrd ft for her own benefit any artiulro. frn,i from tha rialml or debts of her hus done. good deal of merriment along the line by band; to make contracts, sue and be sued as a sinA near a can be ascertained Mc- gle woman, lo trado In her own name aod to carrying a live rooster on the headliuht of It Is ordir- Creary' majority over Sebaatain in this rd that hernropertr b br wlllordeod. the Istkrior hi engine. Farmer's demoency I of th published In this notice la county Tueday wa 90. Cleveland had Joisnal, a Dwitu- -r publlshi-- before Btnnfjnl, purwit. the next Ky., by to wfckU Inwrtlons 50 more vote than Rlaine. Cohen for term of the Lincoln Circuit Court. by the OL.) Stanford will be painted red eilren under my band as clerk ot said court. Hoard of Kfjualizttion ran along with McJ. IMIAlLi:V,(.lk. Oct. 29, 1831. 11 Saturday happy democrat creary. Butler and St. John got about 50 night. The ratification and illumination The Qrst shooting scrape witnessed in vote between them. will far exceed that of 1S70 and joy will thi town for year occurred Tuesday when CIRCUIT COURT Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fox, of Gish'a LINCOLN reign upreme. Let the country people II C. Kogleman shot Smith Baughman in Station, Roanoke county, Va., are here vis W. It. WILLIAM3 ANDMOLUE WILLIAMS. come In and help us crow. rKTITlON KXraRTK. the shoulder. The origin of the trouble iting the family of their eon Edward II. Notlco Is hereby glcn to whom It may concern In aeaon of .doubt about the result of seem to have been a follows: Some week l'ox. the latter gentleman has been ap that the petitioners, W. H Williams and Mollis his wife, haTe this day filed their petian election a the one we are passing ago Kngleman made an indecent exposure pointed photographic artist of the Queen Wtlllatot, clerk's utiles of this court, praying tion In tu ' through, it i the hardest of matter to I of hi person in the presence of one of Joe and Crescent exhibit railroad route for the that th court empower tho salt Mollle wllllarns to uiu, enjoy, sell and oonrey for her own benefit any property !. may own or acquire, freo from sue a paper which doei not come out daily. Farmer' daughters, which Mr. Baughman World's Fair at New Orleans. tin claim or debts of htr buitund; to make tr.vlj For instance wc might write a great long reported to him Farmer attacked KngleMr. Win, Argo, who ha been connect sue aod ba sue.) ai u single woman, to democratic victory man about It, but he claimed that when the ed with the institute for deaf muten for In her own nsmo and to dlsio of her proicrty article on the glorious by will or del. the matter exposure occurred he wa not aware of the about six years, waa on Wednesday elected and before our paper Illsordsrsd that this nottco ba the IstTiialoa JocanaL, a newtpaper publlsbel in Under the Influence of would bo killed by later and doctored re- girl' presence. vice Prof. D. C. Dudley. Stanford, Ky., by two wok ly lnsertlous before the Superintendent, Court. the turn that the other lde had won the bat- liquor on election day Farmer again at- Mr. Arco l a native ot Usrrttru counly, a noil regular term ofnana Lincoln Circuit wuu. ascitr oi A Iiu utTen unnsr my P. II LEY. Clk. Our only alternative wa to vsil till tacked Kogleman, but the olice took him republican in politics, an unmarried man tle. J. Oct.;w, W. t to off and sent him home. About this time and a very efficient teacher. There were the last moment before going to pre Baughman peiseed along when Kngloman write anything. eleven applicant for the place. demanded of him if he took up for a At Masonheiraer'a Restaurant, oppoThe young people of the White Oik "Knobite." Baughman replied that he site the Court House, Danville, Ky., meals MTOCK, AC. SALK OF neighborhood enjoyed an elojnnt parly giv- would if ho felt like it and ome other are served at all hour, Uamo always on en lat nifiht bv MImm Lizxle and Lula word passed when Kngleman drew a der hand and In its season, Oysters, fresh fish, IlaTlnR decided to go Texas, I will rent nt public ostcry to the highest bidder, on School houo, ringer and shot Bughmnn in tho right Tho Bright' Wither and rimilar delicacie served in all style 12, '84 Branch and Mt. Kent Houlder, the ba'll glancing on the shoulder GMheo. Kuih and on short notice. Look out for the WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER neighborhood all bvl ipilto a number ot blade and lodging under tho skin on the Ky.. between Hus. In Lincoln sign "Woodbine Restaurant" and call when My Farmand btanlord. county, Turuersvlllo. There tonTllle representative present and it wa an oven-in- x back. As soon aa he recovered himnelf you n ibeJarm; 23 in wheat, 8 or are hungry. F. W. Mosonhcimer & aro 128 Acr 10 of sod land to go In corn, about 6 for oats, 10 or of genuine enjoyment. Tho table after the shock Baughman drew hit h'n Co Danville. Ky. , and timothy meadow nn I tho rest BOlncIsTcr were laden with everything calculated to pistol and the men clinched. Baughman has to Tho Farm Rev. Dr. Samuel Dickersou Rurchard, In blue-gr- be appreciated Is Mygood one andconsists llro stork tempt thn appetite and everybody teemed fired twice, but further than taking a small who is suspected of having made a little be seen to of Otile, IntludlDg 10 head good yearof&Ohead to know for what purpose the good thlnca clip out of Kngleman' ear did no damage. speech to his friend James G. Blaine, in ling bleeis, 5 Steer Calv s, 10 good milk.Uowi, aou Heifer l nlTee, yeari-ngBy thl timo policeman Dink Farmer arwere prepared. thorougiiured yenrllug which he siid something about "Rum, tborougtibredrecorded lu red toHulls. IKeconl, 1 Tcry I.I Stick b ool mars, pedlgree.1 Htnlllon, 8 Mules, CtncuiT Couiit. JudgL'Otvflley resumed rived and succeeded in parting them, when Romanism and Rebellion," is a graduate of line work Mules, 1 buggy llorso, imaginhi court Wednceday and immrdiah'ly both men wero led off, Kogleman If Unsay ' yearlings,! 28 good grado Kwss bretl to Centre Collego of the cloas of 1837. Harness, Kchut-tie- r Baughwent into the trial of Joe Whitley, colored, ing that be wa badly wounded. Blaine ever run for the Presidency again fcoiithdown liutk; H.og'. Sows and l'igs, I and Wagon and llarnvsi, Keap extract, mnlcioiiH Bhootlng and wounding. Tho man wa tnken home and the ball to steer clear of such in- Mower, Hay Uake, rius, Harrow, Ac. fealo for ho would do well ud by Dr. Reid. Both are under arrest and discreet, gushing youths ns Simuel Dicker-so- n at 10 o'clock. Terms made known on day of reault wan nn ncquitnl but he caught it to riio. Ji. T. OUMi. econ as .Mr. proved himself lo lie. the extent of S'26 nnd 10 day in jail for carry- their trials will occur so is fast imwoll enough. He ing concealed weapon. The case against him lUughinnn te When Cleveland wa first reported proving. for aault and battery wn dirrulrBcd. I elected Wednesday morning, Mr. Hubert Chandler' caws km continued nnd o MARRIAGES. McGoodwin, knowing that the colored ! T. C. Whito'u clmrgod with were to be recommitted to slavery, wii Mr. Joseph Gutcneohn and Miei Sale-n- a troop Stock, I oiler Ir sale with intent to commit rape on Mrv. John began looking about for a reliable servant, HaTlng too much taud and all the fallowing desirable Tracts ot Laud, suit- of Wolf, both fresh from Germany, were settling on the polite and atlable Marshall. Mr. John Blaine, county clerk, which aro pleasantly located and well 8. S. McRoberts, on the his choice married by Rev. ed for farming purposes. Green, diaries, when naked if he reported that ho had collected on 'JGOdeed?, assistance of nn Interpreter. Charles One Tract consisting of 100 Acres, on tho wtt eceal Ao. during 4th, with the CO mortgagee, licence, was for sale replied "Yes, eir, Mr. Mc but end of my firm, adjoining tho farms of J. rl. Tho accomplished daughter of Mr, R. James T. Haclcy and (Jeorga V. Trlbble. It llioiiHtidx monthe, S1.310 nnd Mr. J. P. W.Giveus, Miw Nora, and William Ayre, Capt. McGrorty has tho refusal of me." Is under good fence, a portion of It woll timbered tnx llailey reported the collection of and splendidly set In grass; tho remainder in Ksq., n rising young lawyer, of Louisville, LIVINGSTON. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY. meadow, a splendid crop of timothy and cloter on petitions. iS:c. The cane ngainst Jim hating been mado on It this year. It Is well waterwere married at the bride' home in this n The election Tuewlny psoaeil ofT very ed by the Hanging Fork,Hassplendid well and some Kmbry, colorwl, chnrgeil with tho murder comlortablo dwelling never Tailing springs. counly Wednoediy by Rev. K. M. Green of of his wife, wbh culled yesterday morning (lietly conijlilering everything; but ono lit- nnd suitable outbuildings church. tho Presbyterian Also GO Acres on tho cart end of ray farm, tle row. Good vote were in demand. Ono nnd tho lollowlng jury secured: E. F. the farms or John M. White, Trios. Kobln-ioDr. John P. Cooper, ngent of the Quarter-mand Mrs. Ilroaddus. 20 acros aro now In wheat, sold ht vote for $15 and the V. O, S. Jonw, T. J. Hill, J. L. Murman Onlne. M. Leaster' 20 acres for corn in,tlie sprlogand the remaining Department, stationed at at Sinks provided, &c, but thi4 fn!o wan 20 acre we 11 timbered nnd hearlly set In grass. phy, C. L. Kejnold. G. Q. Fair, J. A. last night to Miss Jael above par. banon, was married L'ndnr'iplendld fence, lercl, well watered by Joel llollxclaw, J. E. Caraon, L. 15. spring", Is within K "I'8 ol IU htauferd A by Rev. Dr. Robt. Mr. George Sambrook has lately cov- Dauvlllo plku on a good couaty road and pleodtd-l- y nnd H. C. Porter. Redd, of Crab Orchard, Nunnelley, A. A. Baltn Christie, nt his residence, 217 Kist Jacob ered tho Sambrook Hotel with a handsome suited lor building purpost. Tho proof wa that Kmbry had beaten nnd Also 15 Acres In good cultivation, tin roof and is now painting and repairing farm of Wcjlcy JUubanks, well watered, fenced and her ntreet. Mis Redd is ono of the loveliest choked the woman to death, and that Crab Orchard, and Dr. Ccoper' many building. When he is through iilamully located.of Knob Land, near Mason's Gap Also ISO Arres dying statement to h number of colored wo. friend will be glad to hear of his marriage. the whole good ax, house. well timbered and inthoroughbred Hull Calrea and ho will haye a ilrst-claswith it men, wna to that eflcct. M. Peyton repre- Both have the best wishes of many friends. I hare 20 head ol Courier-Journa- l. Mr. Champ Mullina has built an addition nr&O head ol Cows ana Hellers, pedigreed, and sented tho defense and mado nn nnusuully . . i utirt. rei.tif a.o.1 In thn A. H. II. This stock is all Hon. J. S. Bronston, city judgo of to liU House near tne u. a a. uopot, wnioa i goVJ wiuiTTon r'he "reedlniot my Cattlols good epeech. The Commonwealth' Attormention. will ho married, in Cincinnati, also adds greatly to the appeirance of our too well kcown to need will b sold on oi terms. ney, H C. Warren, plead trongly foraenp-ita- l Richmond, 1 he Land and Sioik Mi Kstle II, Douglas, tho cere- town. C. W. Slinger, ofrittsburg, Ky., has ' rartlesdnlrlnglo examine Und and Stcek may to entencc, nmlthe cie ff given to t he .In toy home or addrtMlnij VJ ci ,,,,' .... .w U. BV t.n fulltnL...!! llll and had not agreed this mony to ba pBr.'ormed by KIder C P. Wil- recently piirc'iajeJ a liouaa and lot from iiiHalbtaniorii, tvjr. jury at dr. .1 ji. ,W4t liamson, of thts place. The bride will he George Sambiook. It is rumored that hia morning. Ilny- believed every word that ha by their to them white brethren in reference to the democrat putting them bck into alavery when they got In power. tVhen the telegram elating that Cleveland wa undoubtedly elected were received, they gathered in Kroujm dicuing their situation and one of them wa heard to remark: "Well, 8am, they have got u sure, fr New York and some of them other countries away up there have been heard from, and it i a settled fact that we must again become slaves, and we can't helpoureelvee." Another met a prominent democrat, who it pevchc-- , in the habit of making iKilitlcal and asked him what wait going to bvcome of the ncgroe, and when jeolingly told that they must go back to their masters, the negro replied: "Then why Ilavu you not been telling u that all the time like our reAnd still another publican brethren?" quite aged old darkey wiped the twra from hi eye and said, "Well, if it i so, I am glad of it, for I have been wanting to get bck to my old home for a long tinio." to have been aid Common to Common 3 sunup. GJJJI.Ii 5 Owl La to uiu-Com- eitr. .... to choir flr. ... ....... 8.15()3.7o 3.W3U23 DANHLLE. BOTLE COUNT) '. IluitonTlll. drlrr; perfectly round and without a bleuiliu. Wilt Mil renmnably. Also a Rood second-han- d I'ha.ton Dura?', been In lltzht uie about a year. t cheap Apply lo the undemlened at Will lo 2y7-S- tj plrndld rcr I)KscaiPTio Dirk bny,Motit 1B?J banda high, old, aprml moTfr In harness aa well aa a hortr, kind ard gent'a for a lady -- ware IN THE CITY.- - IIBE8 - Wo Guarautee Prices as Low as any House MAKING in the country. DreM-MatlD- J. II. T. VI. Oil. And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of Your Patronage. BRIGHT & CURRAN. r, ol d T. R, Go WUTl ai i!iS'g)t Sis OF GROCER, con-trac- u, ..,,,, Mela AfcWAYS ON IIAD FCLIs STOCK Public Renting Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin--, Glass- - and Queens-ware- , Tobaccos, Cigars, Confectioneries, &c. r , -- s iim,j VERY- LOWP Ahd to Prompt Paying Short-tim- o ISH, goods sold on long timo. USE- cr LAND AND STOCK FOR SALE Customers, No 8ult -- Hos-le- y, mmmmm vasbbwi maim Ulnelo $ $I-M- , from (lie Iicfitmiiiiiesotu Whca. For fitile only by T. K. WALTON. -- n Sin-gleto- n, eon-sla- nt THY .,,,., Me Plus UIf3?a Coffee, BEST IIOASTED RIO, SulS a ... ..i' 1 A. ii:l,im. For sale only by T. JR. WALTON. -- OV I 3tanford, Ky., WASHINGTON November 7, 1884 LETTER. 18S1. To the Editor of Thejlntorlot Journal. or the apan odd fact that the bent sign ia proach of the gay Rcaon in Washington Bslei. These comnoticed at the auction petitive entertainment nre very popular in this city and draw big crowds. They ore especially diverting to cerlaln claws of women who love n tjtrgaia as mucn bs uicj do a bonnet, but they nre also a Bource of N excitement and interest to the very large 'To change the natut and not tho letter number of people here who eke out an Is to change for the worto and not I he bctkr.'i by renting rooms, or takinz boarders. So on, quite indefinitely, it is wonderful There is hardlf a patallel in any other respect. how these ancient signs are handed down city of the country to this, in this from generation to generation, and how imA reasonable etimato would say that at of the domiciles of Wash-ingto- n potent reason is to do away with their least one half mind. Let us renre occupied by more than one fam- hold upon the huunn is found call a few of the olden beliefs concerning ily. The principle reason for this In the earliest marriage superstition?. in the fact that incomes are usually small. with a salary of $1,000, 31,200 or weddings we read of among the Jews we A clerk affind that the fourth day of the week was $1,400 and an incretiin? family, cannot their exclu concidcrod the unlucky day to wed, and the ford to rent ft good house fir widows. The Komans also aive use. He solves the problem of how fifth dav for believe that certain days were unfavorable live well on a small income, by to apartments in a large house, the rent for the performance of marriage rites, and thpfe were the Calens. Nones and Ides of of which he assumes, but reduces in thts nfton no that his living rooms every month, the whole month of February -"- -j . . . . .r, -! -Tl. unmarried and Mar. and- ninny oi ueir losuvaia. "- C081 dm a. nuuiiuai and young couples June was considered the most propitious clerks and clerkessei, ..4 .r.ttnmfnr ti aAiunn" make up his month of the year for matrimony, especial the full tenants. Now, as winter approschs and the ly if the day chosen were that of vacant houees moon or tho conjunction of the sun and city fills up with people, the are taken and the problem of how to fur- moon. The month of May was especially to be nish rooms becomes an active one with this sales, and the avoided, as it was under the influence of class. Hence the nuction customers. One would think that some enirits adverse to happy households, and time the second hand furniture would fail and for centuries this superstition seemed to materialize and spread itself over the to prevail in Italy against May marriages, large store rooms, and out into the street and even to this day prevails in some parts In and half way up and down tho bleok, as is ofEogland and our own country. on auction days here, but it is althe case ways there. The half worn carpets and at certain times and seasons on account of If-I1 l I lv .L- chairs, the faded settees and sofas, rheumat- neir Deing udiuckj. all eloquent There was at one time a superstition and blaee ic tables ly dumb about the things and events wMi current in England agiinst marrying on In which they have been associated, aro oo nocent Day, the 28th of IXoemtier, a day Huxlev civen the followinc tablo of wh . because it ws the one wnico . .. . . hand and eacerly bought and carted off to of man slioulii weigu,' anu now ,i. a l HID UlU6Ai;iC . f . , life ovr agsin in a cort of a commemorated Herod's commence itiKin, unlucky this weight sriouiu ie uivioeo: way. Strange where it all comes from, but it Children. And it is still thought and you 154 rtounds. . Made np thus: ... wo u..n.1&. oaccmu k a good illustration of how changeable an to marry in lent. "Marry in Lent andsays. .L - Bppurw;iin."n, i?D tuuuur, .lalalin ineir An old line office holding community is. There is an will live to repent." 24 pounds; skin, 10J pounds; fat, 2S pounds opportunity for an imaginative writer to "May never was yo month of love." An abdominal viscera; 11 pounds; blood which trace the career of furniture from a cabinet other: "Who marries betweeu ye sickle would drain from body, pounds, ihla minister's to Dinah's front parlor if he and ye cy the will never thrive." The old man ought to consume per diem: Lean wants to. Such mutability apertains to rhyme wc have all heard tells us to marry boafsteak, 6,000 grain-- ; brwad 6.000 grains; Washington curio3. Bnt the subject is to milk 7,000 grain--- ; potato- - .'1,000 grains; "Monday for wealth, left for the romancer, with the araertlon butter COO grains and waWr 22,900 grains. TaesJay for health, that the movement of old furniture U the Wednesday tbe belt of all; His heart should Uvit 75 time a minute, Thursday forcrosaei, first important sign of the cominj of the and he should breathe 10 times a minute. Friday for Ioom, gay season. In 24 hours he would vitiate 1,750 cubic Saturday no luck at all." The second or short session of Corigre" the initials of a wedded feet of pure air to the extent of 1 per cent.; It is lucky if is usually an important one. It mee'a in a' man. therefore of the weight mentioned December, a large nlice is cut out for the pair spell a word. ought to have 800 cubic feet of well venti In tho south of England it is said to be holidays, and it expires March 4th. This lated rpice. He would throw off by the for active busicew and unlucky for a bride to look in the glass af-leaves little chance - ter she is completely dressed before she skin IS ounces of water; 300 grains of solid beside! the House is practically disorganmatter and 400 grains of carbonic acid Thma nhn liRvo been ueieaieu ior goes to the church; so a glove or some oth every 21 hours, and his total loss dnring tbe new term do not care to work. Their er article is put on after tbe last look has the 24 houw would be 0 pounds or water interest is dead. Those who are reelected been taken at the mirror. Gray horses at weddings are lucky. It is supposed to be and a little above 2 pounds of other matter. are busy with rchemes for getting better a There was a rich widow who read a matcommittee places, and so the Beauon is usu- unlucky if a wife docs not weep on her rimonial advertisement in which a man In The luxury "which pre wedding day. ally a trifling one. In Scotland it is considered an unbppy Savannah represented himself to be a seekyailsis, however, taken advantage of by omen if a couple are disappointed in get- er of a BDoase. She answered and a short. carthe lobbyists. Time are more steals ried through and more bad legislation is ting married on the day first fixed for that sharp correspondence ensued, photographs were exchaneed. that ot me men enowea enacted. The salary grabs and special purpose. In tho Isle of Man it is believed that it a face remarkable for its beauty of features grants of all kinds, have all paed on the eve of an expiring Congress. It always iasures good Iuck to carry salt in the pock- and as he said he was six feet in height, weighed 200 pounds and was a straight as happeaa when the dominant party is over- et when going to be married. At Hull it is considered unlucky to go in an arrow, tbe womon had no reason to thrown in Congress that the BOteheada signal lie their retiremsnt to private life br one door and out another when a person doubt that he was a very Apollo. He forwarded certificates of good character, gonging something from the Treasury gets maried. Whoever goes to sleep firat on the wed- wrote in a slowinz. Intelligent manner, and This soothes the pangs of defeit and eases confessed with great frankness that he was the piin watch attsnls the overthrow of ding night will die first. If there is an odd number of guests at a tvor. But when the suitor presented nim- their ambitions IVepiratiom ar bin made at the wedding, one is sure to die within the next eelf at her residence she saw to her horror His White Hjme for a very lively winter. twelve months. and dismay that he was a mulatto. At one time it was thought that all those features .were the fine Caucassian ones The rutuir which devised Mr. Arthur's muringa with Miss Frelinghuysen has w married on Tuesdays and Thursdays, shown In the photograph, but his color was hua very annoyina; and vextlious to the would be Happy. Among tbe Romans no brown. lady in ques'ion. It is almost absurd to marriage was celebrated without an augur The bronz-- statute of Freedom upon the deny the truth of such a rumor, but the being consulted. dome of the United States Capitol is nineIn the middle sges it was considered an teen feet and six inches high and weighs two people moit interested are often put in inojt embirraing attitude toward each ill omen it the bridal party, in going to the 14 935 pounds a church, met a monk, priest, hare, dog, cat other by it. This is the cae in this Georfc-Eliot says of matrimony: "It without doubt. Their interest in lizzard, or serpent, while all would go well is like bad medicine, nasty to lake and sure eaei other wis a little more than friendly, if a wolf, a Bjiider, or tosd were encounter to disagree." and the prospjet of eiich nn alliance could ed. Twelve-tboman- d pounds of hemp t There H nolhintr like nracticil illuBtm- not lisvebtei distasteful to a lady of mid. $0sold in Scott county tin's week. die au Bit tint i!OM?p of rude tongues tinn tn lirini linm thnTnipaninu n! thlnpii. Bucken's Arnica Salve. hn aluica vimium! them Attentions Puzzled by hearing a deal of talk about Tho h?t Salve Jn the world for Cuts, Bruise, which bsfort were amy and natural, are contracting and expanding the currency an Salt Khcuni, Fefer Sorei, Tetter, now awkward and euibjrrasidug, and a American lissHktd her sweetheart: "What Sores, Ulcr, Chapped Hands, CblltiUlus, Corns, and all Sklu friendship whic might have developed in- is the difference, Johu, between contraction Kruiitlona nnd jltlvely curea l'liea, or no pay re to ftonmliinir warmer, bus now bem nipptd and expansion, and how do circumstances quired. Is Is guaranteed to give perfeit eaturac-tlo- n or money rclunded. Price 25 cents per box. in the bud l'jplo are the same whether affect them?'' John was quite equal For eale by Penny A Mc Alliter. arid true lave to the occniou. President or publicans, "Well, dear," said he, Very Remarkable Discovery. won't nr when everybwiy in watering f r "when we are nlone we both sit on one Mn. (loo. V. Willing, of Manchdter. lllch it. It griW4 like tin flowM, quite tincot). chair don't wo?" "Yes." "Tlfnt's writes: "My wife ba been nluioit helpless fcr Cto sriomly. But when we hear."vour on or years, ko hclpiew that she could not turn oror In HitHusband (readioq from rcott) - No your ma coming we get on two chairs, don't bed alone. She ued two bottles or Klectrlc ablo we?" "I should siy we did." "Well, my ters and Isso much ImproTcd that she Is now one in twenty marrij tbe first love. How Blttera will do all love, that's exninslon. and you ee It's ac to do her own work." Klectrlc was it in jour cae, uy da?" Wife that l claimed for them. Hundreds ot tcttlmotil-n- ! cording t circuimtanws." "John," said "How was it in your cw?" Huibtnd attMt their treat curatlre powers. Only fifty "You must make the first confeM'on don't the satisfied maiden, "we're contracting cents n ltt!e at Penny A McAlUtcr's. atw'-Tf-r like a parrot by asking me the same now, ain't wt?" "You're right," mid John; An Editor's Tribute. of Hid Fort Way no (InWife "Well, here's the honct and then was parformed an operation which question." Thcrou P. Renter, llro years "For the troth. If you inarriwl your fire'. lov, I a great m uhematician defined as consist- diana) (7tettt, write: King's New pait IHwoYcry, for you didn't, I ing "in tliH approach of two curves which hare always ud Dr. tomied my first love. If as well asrar coughs ofthe nioi' sevirn have the mine bend as far a3 the points of Nashville World. didn't. thoseof.i milder lyie. 'It never U1U to ollect a can'riot."peedy cure. My Irleiills to whom 1 have recomGin. Joe Johnston, who is now pevenly-hHavo Cats There is not a single oat with' mended ltspakoflt!ii!heaielilgliUrmi. I bavo en years old, does not look over sixty. ing been cured by 't of icpy couiEh that lis is iib straight as an arrow, and tho only in the limits of the town of Leadvillo Col- had for fire yours, I consider It tho only reliable orado. Cits have been imported thero by nnd ure euro for Coughs, Colds, etc." Call at l?n of age is saen in his silky gray hair, A McAHster's Drug store nnd get a Free which flows In silvery curls almost to his tbe hundreds, and in all varieties of color Pinny Trial Bottlo. Large else 81. shoulders, nnd In his full gray beard. Oth and sizs.but no one has over survived the second week of residence. How lit Got a Position. However, ns crwise he might pass for A ynuug man. there are no rats and mice in Leadvillo, "I ippllod for a position In a banking houso In prov jncA op aoixo there is no rsal need of cats, and it makes Wnil .trout sir months azo. and although I I hud ed my comrotency they would not take me. to Celorado or New Mexico, for pure air torcliee little difference whether they live or die. been down on my lucK ana iookcuuiu ana suuut. Coaeaisption, i nil a lul.taUe. Any reasonable man uuald tuw IT. llounko'j Cough and Lung byrup far The thin atmosphere at that altitude (10,-20- An Idea struck me. I got up a ncr erowlh of hair is us fital to the vermin as to their with Parker's Hair Ualsam, alscdja decent suit or Cuntumptlon In all Iti tint stag-ftIt neer falls clothw, applied again, nnd they took me In a minto circ relief In all cam of Coughs, Cold, foe, acd the inhabitants are thus mercifulute." So writes a clerk with 82.C0O talsry. Tbe Taint iu the Chest and all efictons that are ly spared the inflictions ol both. Chicago moral lsrlaln. Parler'sUalrBilsam gives a perPrice, SOients coMidered primary to Ooniumption. Inter Ocean. son a new fce . fits?;. wjJSI.OQ. Sgld by JlcIlc-Ury In-cosub-lettin- g AVAntN'QTrts, Niverabsr 1, It is Marriage Superstitions Sinco marriage buciimo an institution thero have been ccrtnin signs and superstitions that have clung to its celebration through all srcs and all countries. Even in the most enlightened nations we have not entirely rid our minds of theso superstitions' and warrant there is never a hrido but indulges herself in looking for Few people are dauntless some omen. be married on Friday, and wc enough to all have the most unlimited confidence in that old shoe thrown after the newly wedded pair. Nearly every bride of wears about her when she is married some trilling thing borrowed from a lady friend, and all know that "Blested is the bride on whom tho sun doth shine" and are cer tain that y ' :- Kentucky entitled, 'An act to the conductor entered the car. The mnneembly of T,nAMn rvnniv in raiPo inoneT 10 ...i.n.:A was interested in the tcencry with the hat aid in the construction of a railroad thro nnd did not look around. When the con- said county," approved May 1, 183 and ductor got within two seats of him his thereupon presented a petition, which Is In tlin landscape became creater. and filed, signed by the Chesapeake A NashE. Zimmerman, Preshe stuck his hesd and hat out of the win- ville Kailway Oo. by Welch and 27 other ident, and by W. O. a dow fn order to get full benefit. The man- citizens and residents of the justicos ipulator of tho punch tapped the scenery of Stanford, Walnut Flat, '1 timers student gently on the shoulder,wIth the us- Title and Hustonvllle precincts, asking this to he held In ual request, "Ticket, please." Like a man court to cause nn electionsense of the quali-fle- d the tho said districts to take upon the pronosit ou suddenly roused from a deep reverie, voters therein passenger started and quickly Crew nis hereinafter set forth. Upon consideration head In. This operation was only partial of which petition the prayer thereof Is - 1 .I .1- .- mirt hareliv flnlprH that ly successful, howover, the sash striking held on Saturday the his head and an election shall bo the hat and knocking it off 15th day of Novemocr, ioain wm dibu- out of tho oar. i w.i.. Pl.t TnrnprRvllle and Hub"What do you mean? You have lost my tonville justices' districts or precincts to mw.im.ir hall Stop the car and let mo get it at take the sense oi tne qumuiruproposition. Joupon the following stated once or I will sue you for damages, irately in county oi i.in-- i wit: Whether or not the remarked the traveler. coin .l.ii !...,.. """- - in : iiu "" lmn.1.1 - the nmount of The train was going 40 miles an hour, and $150,000 upon the credit and responsibility to go back would haye ciused the loss of nt of the four abo'o named districts t and upon the cm! and This was out of the whether said county ai.i.1 i1itrirtj ahull nn- least 15 minutes. .:i.ii!. -- I .1.. . respnnMimiijr question. The conductor considered and quire by purchase or sift, title to or the concluded he could not atop. lie once over a strip of land through ticket, but in a wild, the county, such as may be necessary for more asked for the or for depots and juch hesitating manner, as if he didn't know the . i . irc '".w'-- v mI , grounue on moj I... nmnrY -- - Rlanford. what else to say. r1 Ky.. for depot nuiiuwiP, lost "My ticket!" said the man of the water round houses, .v .. ",VJ"-'?:""- ' Railway. , . V.nVvTiIln hat. "Mv ticket' didn't you see it slick be raised and for ing in the band of the hat you bunglingly. The amount of money to are iu ue ireucu, the railing f which bonus carelessly knocked out the window? Uh, .L..,.iift.l nAra in said districts you have nerve, you havtl But I shall re by a majority vote adopt or affirm this v-- ri port you to my friend Harahan, and have proposition, is me nioreu "" sum as may be you dismissed, I shall." And the conduc 000. and such additional aforcad rights-of- necUry to acquire the tor parsed tremblingly on his dreary way, --- " way, iVc inenonasioi was the gener while the man whose friend of reising eaid proposed sums of purine . n..., al manager spread himself out on two full money su" " i..,..i.KiImu than their ; " "c U1" " " of inter seats and took a nap. When the beat left .... .lim noc bear a creator l ateand to be cent, per annum tiecaratNashville a little slip of paper est than 0 per irom mo u -twenty years due was found lying on the seat he had occupi wooer, at the option of Llnco n sued, or ed. On It was scribbled: county. The proceed. o u unu-- in irial dftfl IllalllllJU ui itiD iiiiiit" "Mr. Conductor this is a old trlr, but it t aforesaid and In the purchase at cost 60 cts. at winked butlful, that hat 1 ot tils-trict' right-of-way right-of-way, ";-"'"-T will hrlpKll,cr'Uti' r mi, to mors rlf lit He entered the coach like n man who The Lincoln County Court composed of awar than nil) tiling b lu this world. Furtunes unt-wi. owned stock in tho rond and dropped into the County Judge and tho Justices of tho uwu ine worsers nosoiuiwr .iito. held drew TnoK A Co., August, Miilne. a seat next to a window. When the ttain Peaco of Lincoln county at lis term Monday, the Gth day of October, 1S31, started he took front his pocket a little on ! IMLXZLaJESL uinua tun luiiunui), piece of cardboard, which he stuck in the Titwday W. O. Welch appeared and nlco I hast-- for mIo a gootl Milk Cow, with back of his old stovepipe hat. Presently read to tbe court an aci ui monny The Hat Trick. ORDER OF ELECTON. AP R 1 ccn(' n 7 P tree, a costly tor pottage and lux of goods, receive which ji - io v"""' " OOW tuy. 1 come and tco her and you will I Jt3 1 H r. r. n.i virus. Mauford, Ky. THE GREAT Through Trunk Line $200 Howard heavy built, weighing prolnhly "0 A Ilewardnf Two Hunnrnl Dollars will lwnald hy the frlendsof the late J. N Benedict for tho capture nr nls iniiM rer, lH-nr-y iioiris iwririti Is nt'Out 21 years of axe, dark inmplexion, haiel eyee, sm.wth faca and very had nu!itenauc, rsth-e- r pounds JPABMOK nt sABjIeT Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled SHORTEST , AND IHOU LOCISTU.LS TO for tho salo of the I hsre leen sppotntH sg-farm of Mrs. PbirueU illslo and hells, containing i:i(i Aereu, lying and 1 aherebyfrom Hustonvllle 5iol lulls ortVr It privateon the Liberty like oi two stories ly. It has a good dwelling-houand 0 rooms, besides I tie uecrsisrr It Is well watered and Is good, rich land worlk much more than Is asked for It. Arply to me tor further particulars, . T. JlVNll, Stanford. Ky. 2S7 S'm QUICKEST 7IU ROUTE SOUTH & WEST uk..un,nn, Stanford Female College. PMAN,CARSx., jiociie, aou NTANVOKD. KY. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA In Palace Cars Without Change. ..'...?..... All.ntH. change to aitmpiiis, ksw urisaes. With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open Its Flfnth Ptwlon 1st Mouday In bepteuiber next. on tho ALL T1IK BBANaiEU OP A SHORT LIKE TO THE EAST Krow I.cui.vllloln Palace Cars without change. E M I G R AN TS::kI?7i.V.-".ri- S receive THOROUGHENGLISHCOUaSE Are taught, as well aa 8e Aj.ets Ac, or write O law rates. artlal Ihls Company of C. P. MM0RE, . T. L T, A. LotilBvlllo, Ki. fnr tales, routes MUBIO. THE LANQUAOE8, DBAW-IN- AND PAINTINO. "MONOJT ISOUTJB. It Chicago TIIK . "N a' Fl A TERMS MODERATE. Louisville, New Albany & HO; In Tuition, rrlcm ranee from H3 to 180 In tb regular Department. Primary, tlS; InUnaedlaU lrepraiojy, ito, ana uoiicvi, eov. Rdlwy. LINK nt?NNlN mm. For fall particulars, as to Hoard, Ac, address . TKtrEiiKAiiT, . SUnford, Lincoln Co., Ky. vniupii, O.UV PulliiMii LOUISVILLE Palnco TO Curst MYERS HOTEL, BTANFORD. KTT. AND SOLID TItAINti .... ot-w- f..Jl CHICAGO bric-a-bra- full-crow- n I ...... :rl s ment in msde.iinlew their and Richmond Junction in Lincoln county frnm that POint inrouKii wuiu C' .tl...llHM Ia VaaKvltlA... pqujjjj ln g, westerly uirrcwu" some VllimilM IUUI1I1I1 o Tcnn., or to. Ntshville ana iimw sm "equipped -the and substantially bulk and ashville main stem of tlie Louisville and no greater amount of surh Iiailrosd issued by the first mortgsge bonds are to be and company than $30,000 to the mile for Mid bonds are not to ! taken or padwork except when an equivalent amount o etlmate on said road has been .lone (upon county, of competent engineers) in Lincoln -i paid and 30 per oent. of same shall not until tb. whole rorul from I ichmond June tion in Kentucky, to hashville in rights-o- f way, eee is completed. The said mentioned, are to be Ac., as hereinbefore upon ceded to iM railway company to be such paid . ... an inej iwj -- i ...i , . ' nttnn.lerms the capiUl stock of raid coml,.an.T',)n; in commissioners to be appointed n Linooln county in tbe event tnis proposi-tio- by the qualified voshall be adopted tens as aforesaid. officers r. p- -. It is ifurther ordered that the ?:.' .. M .v, r.onir e ection in said present year distrcU. or precincts for the be appoint- who are to (except . the .sheriffs, T MS hlS ,rf-- l ed by the menu oi i.iui'" mnntl and Uke deputies) shall hold the election the vote herein provided for a the on places of voting in each of said dl.tnct. At November, 1634. the said 15th day of be asked ssid eleoUon each voter shall the propowhether be votes for or against sition submitted (which .AeproH be hereinbefore lectted) and his vote shall recorded in a poll book, to be expense, of county the clerk of this court at wh ch purpose at each voting place, by the for that in the time and shall be returned elections, same officers as in case of general be ascer-.-i- .i and the result of said election is to preecrib- .tifiort Jn the manner to. In by the act hereinbefore referred ed " each oi said pon oooks . xu j.... neaueu, it?. ir.itrnurl- Aid" umn t. ..!.. net Ral column beaded ''Aga --the voles ot an persona proposition herein recited shall the and of in the column first name, tl.n--n mtine acainst said proposition in the . . column last named. " At least 20 riayB' notice siibiiuoh."-the sherilTof Lincoln county of theiltlon 1 herein n'rdered by publication in thepr nte.i newspaper and by JovnKAi. notices posted up at not less than three public place in each district in which the election is to be held. authority This order is made under the aforrssUl conferred by the act of to approved May 1, 1881 and is intnd" provisions be in strict conformity to the , thereof. L- ultl" E. H. BURNBIDE, - Fropr This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintalna ita High Reputation, AND SrisaaL Nonce PaoMngers from the Knox-vll- le Drench of U A X. it, II. arrive In Ixiutavtlle In time to Uke tbe evening Iraln of tbe "Mooon Iloule" aeJ k- - through to (lrcoucntlp, CravrrortlHTlllc, ITajctlf and Chicago without climiKC TIMK TAIII.K. Dally. bTATHINS. I.ve. Uiulirllle ... t.-- J- - Tinlil nNWIif If tO be said road Is built from , ,.ll 1 ..,. i ItB Propriotor it Determined that it Bhall bo Second to no Country Hotel in tht State in its Fare, Appointnenti, or Atten- Dally " Arr. Orerocastl....., " Crs w fords vllle. tion to Oonfort of thoir Queiti. aid " Irsrelte. " Chicago .... ..! 41 P M .. .I I 01 a m, 1 01 pta I CI ami I Ot nm I II am 4 12 MO 7 SO a u' I tO n in l(ia natrzate free or charge. Special arromuodatloia to Comracrrlal Travelers. The liar will alwars sipplied with the skolttst breads or LlQiors aad Clear. will be eosiveyed to rrosa the d Tbe west direct rout, wltb oolr one itiangeot rare, to all u4nls In WlKtin.ln, Mlnuexita, Ivws Nebraska, Ac For further lufoftiullnn, oitdrrM Ml'ltllAV KKLLKlt. (1 P. A., IM- Louisville. Kr Tr.4. M.rk. MUIlUaT'N HVKV1VIV, Tho (irpitt Iinijltsh Kcmpilj, Nervous ry, 1wt of Drain Weskni., Kxh.usllon, Ntnlnal nJ (lenernl cm of Iraiotrncy. Fuwrrol tbe (leneratlve Orgins, nd .11 Jlkuui. sliat fulluw as a so-Befsrt laaia;. que non oi youthful linprudrnen er yer, suck T.J.Mtlt. mature-tbe eiCTM ol in me as Lnlverral ljiMltuie, Power, fcjVJr-fJv1 MiIItio-Uru- M l- In a ltlve cure for Weak Memo- KoiUc." TW Shortcut and Quickest Route from Ooi tral Kentuckj to all Points North, East, West and Southvest. Fast Line UrevMst n... i.-- l.. r I Age.and many olhrdn-kw- s that levl U Insanity er Consumption. In all cswsol Female rW Weaken the HiwclSc arbl like a ctuna, res tori an Ions or radium vigeye a brilliant or, glvtnc to tbe andimrkllmcbMUlr, to thocbeek tbe roy blooom of health. AfterTsklae;. aMrMiirray'sKpecltlels mid by all Draggista at packages for to. Also by 1 package, or lx mall, postage free, on receipt of price. (MrtlcuUrs la uphlet, which will be mslled freo to every applicant. . Addrtwa all communications to the sale imnuN-lar-r- lur, DimnrM of Vlalub, Pretua-tureO- li I.i:XIJT) I I V CINCINNATI. Ikhedule In Effect Oct. IS, ltl. CV ' i r if' ? l tT ???? f f P tn S 1 fr Druggists everywhere 300-ly- iCaneaa Ctly, Ho. Sold In fJUnford by Penny A MeAIIster and ail HVitllJ. V MKOHM.XK :0.. 5e.uu iHSSs:;s, 8 h Ml I! 1 BB B B B v jp Aariica r PiKTSa A Co., VTholrrale Agen ts. 583 5: i j I j bb m SB Louisville Ky. POSTED a ! IIIII' i j 8SS BBBS I ' ' """o wo-a- SB 856158 OB BOB oawu &., IT cr PjJ" ? ?P ..i .,i ,...., ,- '"h IhTK-1110:- This notice forewarns hunters, fishermen and trampanot to trvspaason our lands without permission, as all such acts srs liable to be procecuted to the full exUntof the law HUnlord, Ky March lTth, IMi. (Hlgned. D. McKlttrlck. Out A W. M. UcCormack, a. v. ujrpemer, H.T.Uusb, lllihon. IUil, It. Cobb, Ivl Hubble, F. D. Itbodea, Illgglns Kelly, W. C. McCormack, II. U. A J. F, Clover, (1. 1 Carter M. It. LyUe, T. J. Hill, J. W. WeaiLrrtord, Vanoy, wm. liurion, J.H. Murphy. J. A. Harris, P. W. Carter, J. M. Hill. Kd. Ciirter, J. H. MeAIIster, T. J. Fotr, J. D. Jonn, T. M. Wblte, J. Q. Montgomery U.K. Marcum, tl. A. IVnedlct, W. 11 A Idem M.T. ltustell, II J Darst. A. D. Newlind, . W. Olveni. A C NewUnd. lit JJ ua&r.tiz, 5BBEBB' -- 5SSJSB V'3-VI 0 BBBBB rg' JhT- siC,'0'o!,9'9"0,OM gSJc;5Us ? B B 'i 1. " " rr,s'ri a r" HIi4slJ3"?o l;is m I Bb'bB'BB B ' rpif , i IteaaraM'rio, IWMMU w w a a a Mfliri!ir!Hili!! v lvrl B 'II : : BBBBBBi :tBJB cqooom,odm!c PgBBBBlgB'BE cnuuu: a : i.. l&2SSS SBBBB Nmfla sin O U ly II ! g : .- -, "3'3Vi y2si i i A Cnrv Arr: J. Ilr.AiN. Cue - . rmiKv.ssHmi. Bimisi i.eu mssisil m S"0 i f. r v. i at-tiv- . ANUKHDON. n. adjoining Will practlco in tho Courts of Boyly and oountlis and In the Court of Appeals. ATTORWKY A.T OAKVILI.E, KY., J. 11. X.A.AV, Are you fulling, try V ru.a' IlEttm Itc fiLiiEji, u jiluv, ci' irnoK some vsiji sfnissi a-- i, s sa us M S A TOMIC IleatUclio, Fever, Acue, Chills. 5B3SIU 8lBB S E BBdEB JUV.SVII,l,i; ItKANril. Ko. SJ," i d. lists Kx. ISf, io Of. Yut Brain. NerTV,Romarh, IJrer, Kldnejii,' Nohtii-IIoum- Hallr Du'lr tiuii.li:t Uuu. Attornoy At linw, Cauri Circuit And Matter Conimtsefotier Will practloe In the lloescaatls Courts. tions a specialty. Oflico lu Court-house. FIBH. I.va Covington.... DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. " Lexington ' Paris ... . i MT- - VLKHOK, K Collec1138) KY. . sldo Main Htroot, two doors above re-- l Pure JJluous uxld Mai administered whsi. ulred Offleo-8o- uth WU""-BTANFOKD- LEE P. JIUPrMAN. , rm l. wim. Swoatc. Norvouo WoDltnosa. lcclTir. MnTai'ln. Liai.:i' rf, gi i r b t, loro.ui, i.t DniiirlsK H. A. U. Jcre y City, N. J., TOr5Pin NhntoUke, I IFf mid Mir,!, it for Arr Mlllerehurg " Carlisle " JnlininM ' tjOt'Tll-Rot'NIJ. ilU)l.M... 2 00 pin 7 W n iu 30 tt ui 8 13 a m n 'JU p m 8 40 u in fl 17 ji m U W) n in 0 u p in U 48 u in 7 00 p iu 1(1 U il nn 7 15 ji m & ZSiESSSVZi B No. bl Dully Kx. fcuii 3 ,.M.., ' ' No. I. j S Dally huti .. Lve Msysvllla m - DB. W. JJ. STANFORD, un r KnM. H. I.rtln's store. OIBco hour from 8 to 13 a. M. and 1 to S p. U. Auesthetles ad uoi-iy- r. mlnlsterod wlmn necesisrv. Vent Int. KENTUCKY. J'KNNV, dneySJar Buchu-Paiba' Arr lVirl " taxliiKtou " ' 'vlngton " " Johnson. " Cnrllslo it Mlllcrauiirs. . U n ra 1 30 n mi I 7 21 a n 3 7 14 A Optn .....I ... IU .1 U ill HO 10 a in 10 a in a in J 41pm L'J CO 1L1 .pi i ,i fl ft .f, p iu 31 pm pm Itomnrknlilo riirofiof Patirrlipf tho C3r- - 3Ft- - 'r7"d'"fc03.3 e& this west I. nKrBKSUSTS H. Baldwin o., Ilron-chill- s, JL- Loulsrllle, Ky., Cincinnati, O., rind Indianapolis, Ind.,dealoMinStelnway A bone', Deaker llalnra' J. A C. Fischer. Vose A bona', Baldwin A i.'eCottaiHvUnrlfiht and fiqusro Piano Jorteej also tho Kstey, Sbonlnger and Hamilton Urgans. Instruments sold at prices and term; to suit purchasers. Don't give your orders till you get our Danville, Ky. prices and terms. Post-ottlc- c, neya and Iilnildcr. Ktouaw UhivlI of tho Pros Into Ulaml, Dropslc.il Swclllnsa, Fetrwlo Dlsoohcs, Incontinence of Urine, nil DkouFOd of (tio (1 en Organs In cither sex. Tor or Uiinntural Dlxclmrgra also "t'hnpln'fl Inject Ion Hour," wich $1. iiinor oontrnriou or hcrwlltiry taint, uso I'hnpln'a Oonstitu-tl"IlltU'rHynip, $1 00 jkt bottlo, nr.il Clmplii'n Kynhilitlo llHa, 3'J.OO; nnd Cha-- ' pin's Syphlllilo Balvi-- , gi.00. 0 bottlw bynip. S of I ills, l Salvo, by Fjcproea on receipt of S10.ro. or nt I)ru?:rli;t. I Wackier, liillamr.mtioii, Irritation of Kid- - re tit iiriiiiii, Nom. Train Nu. runs dally frm Kuoxvllle, IMnchrsItT and Lexington to Covluxton. v Tra.l",?,?,1.,UI" vl lelrigtnn and Parts, and not vln Wlnehceter nil I lirls Train No. (lis dallyexcept Sunday between and I'rli, but Is dully lium tliiuntiiill to Knoxrllle. Lexington end Paris: -- No. W, dally except Pun. day, leave Paris 8 0 a in: arr Uxli.Kton 0 10 a iu. No f3, dally except tlunday, cave SO m; i Past pLine;arrive Pails fi 15 pm. No. 3 and 4 run via IVIuphmler Folld Trains, wltli Pullman hlecplna Cars liotweeit Lex-Ifgt- "''Siou to any n audWashinR0n:i).C. destination tlck.''". -- ' ' "UU ,v,DCU0'"!r .nJi rallroid. by " ll"WW chccke.1 l'MsenBfr Agent. C. W. SMIfH : mini j.ui. i . Trr. Pars. Audit. Ocn. vi. n. veu.s. dery- nty, - w. j u. H. A. Icncral Manager, if, w, KULLEll Pss Agt