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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884111401 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. fr.r fkm VOLUME XIIL jfEII' wi titefiof lonftmL STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1884. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 30 ,jj iiyM "' ittrw ,,- -- l CUE AT CLOSING OUT S AL1 w v.w - - - M ,- -- ! m -- j. w. , ,HH . ..A.T- - p 1 ltt STANFORD. KIT. W ' t . f&9 on mi linn Dl SO Having determined on account of my health, to w ,71 TrmV MfM At PROPOSE TO IT COST FOB GASH ! And in many instances less than cost. We have $Sff Wft& 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 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 will be given to any man who wishes to buy the entire stock. A Car-Ta- rt Romance. HUSTONVILLE, LINCOLN COUNTY. and 1 don't want it," John D. and T. L Carpenter sold to yotwg rllow to a aald a Mr. Gentry, agest for the Lehman Bros., Mloon lui of New York, 75 haid of cattlo in two last tight. "Htra's the last nickel I'm tot lott, on averaging 1,000 pounds at 5 in ike world, but that Uo't whj I hat. to cenU, the other 1,700 pounds at 6 cents. girt it up. That aleksl rained .." The cattle go direct to New York for "It did?" queried the bukeeper, Incrsdu-loaalafelpaeat to England. The "1 wtat a aeakjr-lookitif bw seems to have made a good impression. Our town com prists four lirge and some of them wealthy congregations with three excellent church buildings and yet about one servico in the month in each seems to meet all the wants of Time and furnish sufficient preparation for Eternity. A queer marriage custom prevail y. raiher a girl that tred "Ym, It Hi it did. DaVt 4kme what tier anr was, thrw jaara ago, Iraew. It for I Uaaa a $45 job la one of the rail a4 Oae day I net this girl k a ? Rad-lia- a cara glorioui being the vu, and waa I dead gone the ainnle I saw her. When ahe paaeed up the fare I was so aarr that I .roytw the nickel, for her fiafif 1ps touched u?m aad a big thrill hair fUAUtkearti?ttBe ed of I made and nearly raieed ear hat off cliu&aiaee, my for apology tome which garo me a chaace to hear her creak. Then I fiihed up thii nickel (torn the floor, but alylj kept i mxelf and- - put in one of my own. Well, I walebfd that her, and I didn't girl a far a I could know ehough lo gtt off tha car UrAll It reached the stable. Erery!ar after thit I apeet all the time I could In riding op care, but I oarer and down in the Ked-ilfsaw her again. Pi etlr oon I waa bounced from my Job for being abient'tntnded and making mistake. I didn't cire untif t Then I got reel found I wss Whan the reason lew and Joined a clrr.ns. J tramped it, I'm tramping -- till. wu a' ber ,ml YfeH'Vlth a Ighi take tha nickel." After1 he had emptied (he class and gone out a bystander aiked the barkeeper to let him see that historic coin. A second glacce ehowed that it waa a counterfeit, "I wonder," said the barkeeper, "what did he lilt" eort of a girl that wa-- or Omaha Herald. doner will be pleteed to reeeiTe say the exiles in Siberia. If eaaa wishes to fc that although denlieoa of the land get married he applies to the tfoternor, who whoae blgeet and brightaet boast is their selects one of the female priaeaers, with W. ar running 6ar mill for Carding and Bytaaiat traditional roast beef, they may now enjoy whom the matrimonial candidate is expect-teand doing good work. Wool can tw at by xx RnCfK8T. to a and returned wm way; pack greas teear.-l- y a luxury which their fathers only dreamed to "keep company" for two or three to bundle. Cardlsg wait roll, a eta Wk oT the rhythmical sweetness and poUel days. If at the conclusion of this term the and mixed, 10 et.. pr pound when ere 1 cent aided whtn w furntia It. Seed en rickaea of real be. male party declares that the lady selected your wool and give u a trlaL c. tf. watson &:aoy, JLb Frcpariag far a IM&f It U exceedingly difficult in these itlr-rU- g ia not to his mind, he receive twenty-fiv- e 879-- ta Trade Mttaaeiueurs, Xy iiBH lo writ anything as news a day blows with a stick, aad Mother bride ia Hltllee of good, la Try variety natuUly M two in advance of publication day. For chosen for him and so on. In most count in a am-cta- a uosit 01 vuo ibu. i. SiULTE ! Urg and ecsnplet. MMnce 1 may state in an candor bow tries the candidate for matrimony doesn't that our people of every shade of aentt receive the blows with a atick until someIt lo related that a certain German maidI offer forsal prir.Uly my (arm. aear th in tue lajaaal Ar mils vat of lit. Judloioaa Alteration ment ar. taking the election quietly and time after be Is married. We don't know en once presided at at a mineral water foun- SaUnt rangementa Secure Boon Ooafcrt county, containing Lincoln and Better Display. yet before tbe Morning of Friday we may but what the Siberian plan hu the advan- tain at which there were only two kinds of 67H Acre.. ThuwtasUrg barn on tha plao and tb luprortmenu It I wall syrup vanilla and lemon. To her came watered otharfenced. I hire fiar fair. tohareo and be shaken by the threes of a political and tage. Norristown Herald. and aeras In Particular attention la caliad IS acre In with the social earthquake. But we no not antici a young man who said "I want a glass of (ana or aot,corn that I will el citherTrm liba th. vurchkMr dslraa. Coot or It. Probably no report of Tub A Large and Elegant AdiitUa U tb pate anything of the kind, Oar people are soda without syrup." "Ja," replied Kat-rin- eral. Callonoraddrett V. IV. JU,X, Zlt-2the cost of the republican camptin will Mt. ealem, Ky. Stock of Jewelry, generally cool, quiet and Our 'boot vot kind of sirop you vant him ever be made public. An estimate made in And article o Torto- .colored population Is noted as one of the mitout mitout vanilla or mitout lemon?" Washington a few day ago put the cost of moat orderly in the State and we are all Twenty-threyear ago two Kentucky carrying the Slate of Ohio $1,600,(X'0, and trained to take the dictum of the ballot expenses in the Maine campaign at $600,. boys were marching together in the same HarlDa; detormlned to chante mr B. & box when legitimately obtained aa the mr Haw 000. An enormous sum wu afterward regiment with a musket en their shoulders, oSar (or sale (orlTatelr) county. Mill, altuatedon Brush Creek. In Caser end of controversy. Hence we rest quietly Kt. The Engine scatteied over the Union to effect the gener- and receivirg $13 per month in Confeder I stationary; Boiler 40x21; Kngln lOriO: Coun-te- r while the storm is raging elsewhere. Shalt W loot. Edging Saw and Gritt Mill atThe Direct Eoute lo- One of them represent the and -- Will It Williams exhibits his card as al election, and probably not lees than half ate funds. First district willKentucky and tached. The prorerty It of bribing of grand old pamnger igent for the tit. Louis Air Line. a million were expended for the In Good Rnnnlug Order. A share of this vast corruption the other the Second district of Kentucky votes. Those looking to the West for homes have Timber plenty and accessible. I would be willing fund was obtained from the manuUcturers in the next Congress of the United States. to exchange for good farm stock, tuch a Mules, Northwest and Southwest by the way or only to call on Billy and the terrors and Horse. Catle, Ac. fayored by Blaine's high tariff, and Mr. Kentucky Telephone. Peraons wishing to engage In the lumber busitoils of travel are dissipated aa if by magic. JLOUISVIIXE or CINCINNATI. ness will find a good opening by applying to Blaine's presence at the Delmonlco dinner The idea of privations, fatigue, accident, 1.00 ax, A novel experiment of carrying a rallrotd LoaTlng Chattanooga tor Lou-A- ll 2W-t- f Ky. shows what claas of men the rest of it came through a UustonTllle, rpn forest has been tried in Sonoma la-Illexpense is shown to be unreal "aa tho bate-les- s ltTllla and Cinclonail male. from. Chicago Times, sawed ofl county, California. The trees are Hirut innnwtion at those tolnta with tb. LfarhV fabric of a vision." While mentionI nlng Expreta on tne unto a uistisaippi tor sa IIW and leveled and the ties are fastened on the HI ing the names of individuals 1 may state Louis and all point West. Old and Fruitful, Mrs. Kebecca stumpe, two of which are huge redwood that R. Carson has set up his patriarchal Ilunnlcutt, of Fraqklin county, Alabama, standing side by side and reaching seventy, - f 1Only from LouIstIIIs or rlno4f. HOlirS natl to St. Louis, being two hour tent among us, having rented from ThomaB is ninety.ene years, old has twenty one liv five feet from the ground. So firm is this any other line, gtrlog our paaMogen East quicker than and Brit choice of atata lu train Cecil the old Cooper Hotel. Cecil, whoro ing children, one hundred and five grand support that heavily loaded cirs pass over time for weali going West. with perfect wcurlty. voa multifarious avocations preclude the possi- children, one hundred and forty-si- x great Positive Cure for Piles. bility of keeping house, will board with and eleven Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. 12Hours Quicker To the people of thlt county ws would say that Why him. I think Ilina is a Bxture new. Be lue going by wajf Chicago. making a total of three The St. Lotii Democrat asks, we hare been glren the agency of Dr. Marchttt'a The only line running Tho Italian Pile do away with the Electo- ing probably the oldest member of the hundred and three descendants. should we not RuarantwJ ral Collece "and elect our Pfe'ldenta by a Presbyterian church in tho county, he has grand old woman read? without spectacles to cure or money refunded Internal, External, PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS popular vote?" There Is no good reason dropped into one of the oldest congrega and in evidence of the tenacity with which Blind, Weeding or Itching Pllet. Price W centa Always aakos no pay. Penny A McAlltter, why should this not be done., The inven-tio- n lions and found a home where in his age he her people cling to life, it may be added abox. No cure, Druggists. Conyears only one adult of elector ernes to defeat rather than found a blooming bride. that in twenty-fivDaughters, Wires and Mothers. The Presbyeerians are busy trying to and poven children of her numerous procarry out the popular will; and besides We emphatically gutrantee Dr. Marchlal's I.onaSTailG, Cincinnati uutl fill the vacancy created in their pulpit by geny havo died, Tho Capital. makes an opening for fraud a in '76 With all Line at a female remedy, to curs Femal PUcat-e- t, luffton, Ky., the resignation of Kev. I. 8 McE'roy, and would not exltt.-rCo- vp which otherwise aucli ai Orarlau trouble., IntUniuiatlon TheeflVctof cocaine, the new aranthetic Ulceration, Falling and dltplacemtnt or bearing St. Louis and Intermediate Points. They hava already taken their usual iniingtou Commonwealth. upon the eye, is to produce insensibility to down feeling, Irregalarlttlet, Barrenness, Change tiatory step by electing an additional batch pain. A drop is put on the eyeball, and of Life, Leucorrhrea, beside many weakness Connecting in same depot with fait trains tor No Ferries! NeOninibuBTnaB cum: koii PiuKs. of officers. I trust they will not stop at fern! springing from the abore, like Headache, BloatFile. aro frcjucutly preceded by it teiite of wrtglt this. Let these officers consider their vows nithin n abort time the surgeon is able .to ing, Srlnal "Weakness, Sleeplessness, Nerrou de 3NTe-t7- v (nth back, lolna and lower part of (tie abdgmen, hurting the patlsnt, what perform, without Ac. For tale by Connections made lo Union Depot, 8t. Loola, ctuilng (Inpatient to suppose bn ha imimtnrTectfcn of consecration to the work. Let them would otherwise be the most agonizing op- bility, Palpitation of tha Heart, with trains of llnet going West, Horthwnt naX bonis. Send The Direot druggltts. Price f I and tl W Dan Southwest. kidney or neighboring organ. At tlmu, etuuy me accirni records or tccir congreEoute toLynchburg, ol tin The drug has been "cornered" to Dr. Marchlsl, Utlca, N. V., for pamphlet, free. II you ire going West to any point, rail on or njmptomt of Indigestion a ru. present, at flatulency, gation, especially let them note the prompt- eration. 'fine, flonoiK, wilto to the underalgntd. tike country is For tale by Penny Jk. UcAlttter, Druggist. and the small quantity in the iineailniH of tlio ttumuch, etc. A moisture, itude of attendance of those Stalwart officeFor lull and reliable Information In regard prrsplrutlon, producing a ery dlsagreonblo Itching, held at $0,000 per pound. All Virginia and Nortb Carolina Ac, In the Western State, Map-- , OuU. JUBT AS GOOD. afl'T getting varni, it a yrry common attendant bearers of the olden time and the motto and lowest ipectal rate lor Ticket and UouMhoU Points. Manyuatcrupuloua dealer may tell jou they hare Wind, Weeding and Itching Me ylold at ouco lo tho emblazoned on their banner "we will do For ticket and further Information, apply to Uooda to all points Went call on or addrr PnEE DISTRIBUTION. O. II. ALbOP, " What caniea tha great null at MeRoberti & remedle for Cough and Cold equal In merit anl In your neacm ticket offlc, or addre amplication of Dr. Ilcanko' Vile Kennedy, hlch acti right though the heavens fall" and wo Passenger Ag't Ohio & Mississippi Railway; may W. J. llaao, W. E. ARNOLD, HerrodfNirtj Ky Slacg't Drug Store?" The frc distribution of tarn pie erery retpect Jutt at good at the old rellatle Dr. directly upon tho parti affected, absotblnj tho confidently look forward to better Adtertlslng Agt., Ticket and"- ! days. W. B. 8IIAITUC. W. W.PEABODV. Tumor, alUylag tho Intent itching and affecting a The prospect now is that they will eecure bottle 1 of Dr. TJotinko'i Cough and Lung Syrup, tho Ilotauko Cough and lung 8yrup, unleM you latttt aaa Fourth Ave, Oen'l Pa. and lira! Man'gr, you are Pret PARIS, Central rtstengor Agtnt, Igt, upon thlt remedy and will taVo no other, for Cought, Coldi, Consumption iHjpuUr .erai.tiieut cure. Trice 00 centi. Addrett the Pr. the services of Eev. Mr. C. W. Allen of the mott Tironchttli remedyon Otn'l Paaa'r Aa?l. OsnU Maaag.V, now the market. Itegtilar tire CO llabl to be greatly dccelred. Prlcct, 50 cents and and Uoianko Medlcln Co., TJiua, Olid. EoU by McKob-ort- f Northern Assembly, who Ohio. Clntlonatl, Richmond. Virginia. hat been here and l',W. eold"by McRoUrti Staff. J: SUii. ceotiandJl.W. Lo. among lad ow. tu d etrt aj How Thkv Make Putty The proce--s of making putty is a very simple one. The principal ingredients are raw linseed oil and whiting. Marble dust is mixed with the whltinar, and as it is much cheaper it it reduce, tha cost of the putty. P4r-affioils are used to a gnat extent Utlead of Unseed, and as the former ia the cheaper and inferior oil of the two, the result if to make as inferior article. To knead it, it is put in a chaser an trough from the centre of which rises a vertical abaft. From this shaft two arms extend, os the eada of which are heavy iron wbeela that rest on the trough. When the shaft revolve, the wheels chase each other aronnd the trough. Tb. wholesale price of putty U about two cents per pound. COMMERCIAL 8TANFOni. Ml-4t- m HOTEL! TWO FARMS FOR SAUL HtY. I offer for sal two ansa, trios on o Ar and Somerset ptke, oao containing t kalfBuUasutof W.yaMburg UtaUoa, C.M. S.K. 1 ran. nonn or sua si ana on. ei im acre, CBBslderabI fruit, plnty of water, llatw, aft imp;.TmcQt utr. jerms easy, Jr. JB. FA&OJTK. 381.7m I bar rtnUd th above cntrally located Hotel, and will use rery .Sort t.ftv atlr aaUiJUrtton to th pabUc. .Neat, ceel rooms; excaUta! table; cheap rate. Olr m a call. JT. t. .. tt. CLAffk. Yfjmixuf,ms. Wool Carding Spinning lsfar-ntshe- Gr.F. Feaeeolc TIE d, HUSTON VHJJB. - - FARM FOR Poit-offie- a, a, m g. e Saw Mill For Salol well-kno- o la balf-itarvr- d St. Louis & the West s o-- er "I man HI'l -r Kentucky's Routo grand-childre- n JLSSS Olntmeit-euiphaUc- ally o. &r m. e A SOIalDTRAIN Tast Time Iix -- and Suro nections WASHINGTON CITY. rr TTorla:. ' i i ' ' s Stanford, Ky., -- November 14, 1884 w. P. WAITON. The Springfield Republican says: "The Qrorer renabllcarjs must give it up. n.nUml ! vlpcted the next President of tke United States and will bo inaugurated on the 4th of March next. The candidate ad campaign of faleehcod fall together in .mutual ruin. The grand old part' we use the words In no satiric sense which tassoverned the country for twenty four years, saying the Union, freeing the slave and retrieving 'financial disaster, goes down, not in honor and honorable defeat, but in disgrace and behind a corrupt, venal and shifty leader. It fell when it nominated Blaine and before a vote had been cast. When it ran up his name to the mast head it insulted the honesty and decency of the xxmatrj; it mistook the whoop of the Chicago mob for the honest convictions and the sober character of the people of the United States. By the same act it both necessitated and it defied revolution and revolution has come. not a democratic paper by any means, says t)f the candidate it worked so hard to elect: "He proved a deadhead in the enterprise of carrying the country." "For President in 1888 -S- ome Man Who Hasn't Written Aay Litters." "Mr. Blaine should have baraed those letters himself, instead ot ask-is- g another fellow to do it." "The trouble begun by Blaine's designation of Conkling as a turkey gobbler twenty years age. We Itrenme the returns mean that Conkling is set a turkey gobbler." "We believe it was Martin Van Buren who said he would rather walk twenty miles than write a letter. If Mr. Blaine had taken more walks and written fewer letters be might have been elected." "In re 'Tell the Truth' vs. J 'Burn this Letter,' verdict for plantiff." seems that the good news that we were to have a solid democratic repr'esen- tation in Congress from this State, was not The cock has been used by Democratic newspapers the morning alter elections for forty years, it is essentially a democratic bird, having been first used when the democrats crowed ovr the defeat of Clay by Polk. No Doubt About ClerelanJ Now. Louisville, Nov. 13. The Times has a dispatch saying that at 2 r.M. all but 12 counties of the State have reported the result of the official canvass. They show a net gain of 0 for Cleveland. This does not include New York and Kings counties. The total vote of Brooklyn, as officially angives Cleveland a plurality nounced of 15,7C2,beingagalnof G for Cleveland The count may not be completed this week. to-da- ELECTION NOTES. Gov. Gray's official ana is 7,206. majority in Indi- Frank Hurd will contest the election of his opponent. The official democratic majority in Florida is 4,144. The democrats made a gain of 10,000 votes in Wisconsin. The report that Mr. Cleveland is to be married soon is denied. St. John ran ahead of Butler in New Yors: about o.OOO votes. New Hampshire give Blaine 1,875 majority and 4,000 plurality. Returns from every county in Oregon give Blaine 2,100 majority. The official vote of Mississippi gives Cleveland 78.547, Blaine 42,774. It is not so bad in California as first reported. She will send one democrat to Congress. In Illinois Blaine has 25,110 plurality! Kansas about 60,000 and some 53,000 in Minnesota. It is said that $10,000,000 will change hands in New York City alone upon the result of the election. Mr. Conkling tars "Cleveland is elected beyond all doubt, and his friends need have no apprehension of the result." The democrats have elected but one Congressman West of the Rocky Mountains and that one is Henly, of the First California district. Blaine's plurality in Pennsylvania is 80,553, but Cleveland sees ttat and goes 25,000 more in Texas, his plurality there being over 105.000. The official vote in Casey countv shows a majority of five for the national democratic ticket. For Congress, Wolford, democrat, received 775, and Jones, republican, TueSt. Louis Olobt Democrat, which is Charles Bunde, an L. & N. brakoman, at Sonora. Gen. John Eohols has been made First Vice President of tho Chesapeake ! Nash vilte. The Court of Appeals has affirmed the sentence of Neal, the condemned Ashland murderer. The most ornately decorated house of worship in America is said to be the Greek church at Sitka, Alaska, the interior of which is finished In gold and silver, while the walls are hung with costle pictures. At Edinburg. Hidalgo county, Texa, in a row over the counting of the vote, two men were killed outright and several wounded. Hostilities have been temporarily suspended, but are likely to be resumed at any time. Mrs. Elizabeth Harris, wife of Judge Ki. Harris and sister of Maj. Jas. H. Berry, died at her home in Madison county, Nov. 4, aged S j years. 8he waa well known throughout the county and was held in high regard by a host of friends. tllerald. Young Allison managing editor of the Louisville Commercial, telegraphed to his brother-in-law- , H. 8. Park, who is postmaster at Henderson, as follows: "As goes New New York so goes the poetoffice. Owensboro MesYork has gone to h 1." senger, H.T. Wilson's barn, containing 40,000 pounds of tobacco, was burned in Bourbon county Tuesday night by an incendiary. The farmers are alarmed, claiming that the negroes are incensed by the success of Cleveland, as they claim that they will have to go back Into slavery. Just alter the celebration and parade in honor of the election of Cleveland and Hendricks, at Millersburg, Monday night a fire was discovered in the cellar ot Jos. Will Miller. With no fire department, the whole of the best square of the town was destroyed. The fire is thought to bs the work of an incendiary. Loss about $75,-00was run over and killed 0. DON'T FORGET -- TUB NEW STORE! NEW DRUGS ! BiniEn.it BOOTS & SHOES, 8 OLD BV-- t- Old I IDriLSSifilt am now oponing in tho storo room noxt to W. and Jrosh atook ot n. niggins a now GEO. H. BRUCE &C0. Iu reference to tho vnluo of theso celebrnteil Hootn rind Shoes wo respectfully refer you to tho following gentlemen who havo bought then ami know their merit. Tho list is taken from memory and of. course many names aro omitted: R. E. Barrow, T. D. Nowland, Saniibrrf Irwin, F. D. Albright, 4 Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Druggists9 Sundries, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Stationery, Fancy Articles, tc, Which I offer to tho public at Low Prlcos. Givo trial. m, D. ml I, bourne, dkam:k in mo a W. H. HIGGINS Hardware, OANHLLE. BOYLE COUNTY. It altogether true. Wadawortb, republican, is aaid to have defeated Powers in the 9th by 102 votes. The other ten are all dyed -- -- ui tli wnnl democrats, who submit al- vara to the manners and customs of their ?sxty. W. P. Taulbee has 2,600 majority La White's district; McCreary has fully as much an this; Stone buries Oscar Turner 743. Hon. Roscoe Conkling has consented to clean out of sight and Gen. Wolford goes act as counsel for the democratic national majority. back with ovei a 1,000 and State committees in any question that Turn has never been any real doubt may arise in relation to the pending canabout the result of the election in New vass. It is reported on republican authoriYetk aince the next day after it occurred. ty that his pay is $10,000. Tke newspapers had arrangements in every McDonald denounces as county and by the time the polls were clos- false the interview purporting to have been ed their correspondents were in possession held with him Monday, in which be was ef the figures which showed Cleveland an made to say the democrats were too presnple plurality. The republicans deserve mature on claiming a victory, and intimataad will receive the severest execrations of ing a weakness of backbone on his part. the business taea all over the country for Blaine's net gain in 45 counties in their efforts to create doubts and unsettle New York over the unofficial count is ex'the commercial condition. actly 8. If there were enough counties he has proved himielf the might get there in the course of time, says Bar. Botuer HKaaesi man in the United States. After the Louisville Commercial. There are but tririrtr part in the democratic national com- - 60 counties, though, so he wont get there. Carter Harrison is defeated for GovmiUee, he not only accepts the nomination of puty bat conspires with the ernor of Illinois by Gen. Oglesby, (both another but he reduced the mademocracy's archest enemy, Blaine, to ded jority greatly. He is Is only defeated by feat the will of the people. This was all the time and he now admits that 5,000, while Cleveland loses the State by hia effort was alone to elect Blaine. But 18,000. Harrison, who was A great cham the old Ecoundrel got most ignomineously pion of Cleveland's nomination, is likely to be one of the President's favorites. sat down upon. Mr. re The offichl canvass of the vote in New publican McPhexson, Secretary of thesays, Congressional committee, "York began Tuesday and the result for the most authentic information be has in 44 counties up to Thursday been able-t- secure, the next House of repbwel led! thin a change of 10 from dem-atnt- resentatives will consist of 182 democrats. figures. Thursday's papers said 141 republicans, 1 Greenbacker (Birnum that there were rumors in New York city effect that the republicans of Pennsylvania) and one Fusionist (Weayesterday to the ver of Iowa). Democratic majority over bad eiven up the fight. Practically this is' all thirty-nine- . true, though the party is represented by Benjamin F. Butler was born in 1818, cesaeel at the City Hall. and after a long and disreputable career, man- "When the New York republic died politically on the 4th day of Novem. found that Cleveland had carried. ber, 1884. His present dilapidated condiinca that State, they telegraphed to Mahone: tion reminds us of a remark made by an 'We need Virginia for our salvation, and ancient dame when gazing upon her dead perhaps West Virginia. Can't you help husband. "Old man," said she, "you look ua?" Mahone at once telegraphed to his bad now, but I'll be durned if you haven't henchmen in certain counties to hold back been a hoss in your dayl" C. J. returns till further orders. Thus do the The Courier Journal suggests the followrnsmli conspire together to defeat the ex- ing slate of cabinet officers: Secretary of pressed will of the people. SUte Allen G. Thurman, Ohio; Secretary of Qbn. Logan's saliva seems to have dried the Treasury William Dorsheimer, New up aince the election. He has not spit In a York; Secretary of War Geo. B. McClellan. man's face for a month, at least the tele- New Jersey; Secretary of the Navy Samuel graph has not reported to that effect. Hav- J.Randall, Pennsylvania; Secretary of the ing CJt bo badly loft for Vice President and Interior Frank Jonas, Louisiana; Postmaslost his show for a return to the Senate, it ter General Eppa Hunton, Virginia; Atwould wem that he ought to be mad torney General Joseph E McDonald, Indiana. aoagh to spit fire. sup-poseic o Mr. Henrv M. Cash and Maggie C. Tucker obtained license to marry Wednes. day. The young lady la a daughter of Tucker of this county. Workmen are engaged In plastering the immense cistern recently dug in the court house yard. It is estimated that it will hold 350 barrels of water. Squire E. B. Russell has rented his tore room opposite the Central House to Mr. H. J. Rogers, of Charleston, W. V., who will shortly open therein a bakery, confectionery and restaurant. Messrs. Wilson and Poville have opened a skating rink in the building on Walnut street just back of the Central House where those fond of the amusement assemble every evening and enjoy themselvw Mr. John Morrisey, of Kansas city, a former citizsn of this plsce, is here on a Miss visit to his sister Mrs . John Tracy. Ellen Mershon, of Ricnmond, is visiting the family of Capt. J. H. Wilson this county. James Shearen.one of the men tried and acquitted" several weeks ago on the charge of killing Geo. Rowsey, has with his fam-il- y gone to Indiana. Ben McGincls, the other man also tried and acquitted, is somewhere in Mercer county. Preparations for the Democratic celeare under full headway at bration The hotels and bnsiness this writing. houses are decocratrd with fhgs and banners and much oratory, fire works and general rejoicing are In the air. "It most be that the" kingdom's ca'mln', Or-vil- le James Dudderar, II. C. Bright, . J. E. Bruce, F. J. Curran, fEd. Carter, G. E. Martin, Geo. T. ilcRoberts, W. T. B. White, Isaac Phillips, Rev. H. C. Morrison, John S. Murphy, Craig Lynn, Smith Baughman, Eld. Joseph Ballou, Dr. lluph Reid, Judge M. C. Saufley, Georgo Logan, Dr. J. G. Carpenter, John Bosley, A. R. Penny, Judgo J. M. Philips, Iron, Horse Shoes, NhIIm, Groceries, ISiiKKJ' WIiccIn, NIovch, UratCM, NpokoH, lucejiMwnrc, Huggy Whip, Harnett, Catio .TIIiIm, NhiIiIIcm, IIIhik, Ntoiietrarc, Cider MlUn, Corn Nhellern, Collars, I,ap Cover, A Oliver Chilled. Champion Stool and Brinlsy Combinod Flows, Wooden and Cast Pampi, and the Celebrated Mayfield Elevator. Tin RoofHiUinmcn ing and Guttering will have prompt attention. JohH jirlght, Jr. TATE & PENNY PHARMACISTS, DKlLKli IN- - i Drugs, Books, Stationery and r.AMnn MIUblDS, railbV AnlinlAA Pbyilclioi' pn script lot" srcursttlf compoUDdrJ. dS" slffifep st - tKrOUIW" -- -- r -- Peter Carter, W. E. Varnon, W. F. McClary, John Bright, Sr., Willie B. Walton, John Dudderar, Tom Stone, Charles Crow, Rev. J. M. Bruce, G. G. Helm, Master Peyton, " IjflttSiA m ry ijm Y' - -- wiMraf. , y?n . ' JEWELERS- Tho Largest Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverwaro Krrr brought to tbli uiatkrt l'rlrr Lowr lhn tbt LownU Wntcbw, Clocks nd Jewrlt r lu ptlrrJ on shoit nolle M Warranto!. ' ' J. A. Harris,' Zan Dudderar, Reuben Williams, Win. Carpenter, D. B. nbllzclaw, D. PerkinB, George Penny, P,. H. Carter, E. C- - Walton, 1 M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, Drug, ChcuilcalM, Stanford, Ky., WIiicm. A. P. Evans, Thomas IJouse, This year of jablle." Archie Denny was on trial Wednesday for selling whisky to ..Mr. Price, a .high-tone- d colored gentleand morality-lovin- g man, Price swore he got the .whisky 'and - NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. some quarters that the Congess will hardly elect Carlisle speaknew Tom Thumb's estate at Plymouth, er, bat that Kandall will once more be giv- Mass., Is worth $16,000. Typhoid fever is raging in Louisville en the gavel. The New York Herald shows however that the Kentucky revenue reform- There were 16 deaths from it last week. The round trip rate from Louisville to er has the inside track and will more than the New Orleans Exposition has been fixed probable retain his position. has at at $21. Tatti, the sweetest of singers,husband. Mrs. Garfield, mother of the dead her last obtained a divorce from President, is dangerously ill at the home Nicco-lm- i, She has been living with her tenor, ol her daughter-in-lain Cleveland. for years as his wife and now, after The Board of Trade of Lexington has the manner of Blaine, charges that she was passed resolutions declaring that the turn-- ocretly married to him long go. Pattle pike roads of Fayette county should be free, far from being as virtuous as she is pret-r- . Torrents of rain have fallen in Texas i where live stock valued at $1,000,000 were Daniel Manning, the King Bee of New threatened with death by thirst, the ground York democrats and Cleveland's most having been dry for fifteen weeks. trusted lieutenant, having accomplished lump oi coal, claimed as A nine-to'u ends, will turn his attention to matri-aoaithe largest ever mined, will represent the affairs and will next week lead to coal interests of Birmingham, Ala., at the b altar a bride. He deserves the best aad New Orleans Exhibition. iveetest in the Empire 8tate. The proposition that Adair county Giiant not wishing to put himself take $50,000 in the 'bonds of the ChesaGes. m record as n supporter of the Plumed peake & Nashville Railroad was voted Knight, conveniently forgot to register and down by a dectsive majority on the 4tb inst. couldn't vote.J Tt is claimed in there was considerable testimony going to how that he is a liar pf the first water, ig the jury disagreed and there is to be another trial to day (Thursday,) At Masonheimer's Restaurant, opposite the Court House, Danville, Ky., meals are served at all hours. Game always on hand and in lU season, Oysters, fresh fish, and similar delicacies served in all styles and on short notice. Look out for the sign "Woodbine Restaurant" and call when you are hungry. F. W. Masonheimer A " Co , Dinville. Ky. The exhibition of trained animals ect., by the Andress Novelty company at the Opera House Wednesnay night surpassed anything of the kind ever before seen in The feats performed by the Danville. birds seemed to indicate almost human intelligence, while the tricks in magic and juggling by Messrs. Audrees and De Camo The performances are certainly are to be resumed Friday and Saturday nights, none being given Thursday nleht on account of the celebration. A great many useful presents are given away each night. first-clas- Huff. .Dudderar, Daniel Sugg, Jr., R. B. Woods, ' Richard Orr,' W. P.' Walton, A. K. Denny, . Richard Cobb, R. T. Mattingly, W. J. Dougherty, Dr. M. L. Bourno, Wm. Daughcrty, John W. Bastin, F. M. Flenner, John Ferguson, Geo. Dunn, W. H. Higgina, Mike Elkin, Walker McKinnoy, Robert Ferguson, W. F. McKinney, Boss Dillion, PnlntH, Wall Paper, Hooks, ' ' OIK Nfallonery, Liquor Mimical - IiiiuipH, Noap, Perfumery, Cwant, IiiHfriteinctitM, Tobaccos, , Fire Armx, l'eckcl Btyle. Our Jewelry, Silverware and ptlcal floods Department In In Charge of CI. Tli OS. Ulclinrds, who will Hepalr Matches and Clocks Promptly and la the beet ' t ' Cutlery, Machln 'Needle. Iff) jFJ) K D UNDERTAKER, AND John Bright, Jr A Full and complete HMMortuent of Furniture, embracing ei erytliirig from the Clieapcat to the Fin eat Parlor rlultcft. No need to go to the large cltlcn to make your purchaHc, no matter what quantity or quality you want, an I can and will duplicate any prlccH yon can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Alao a full aftHorlnient ef Coffin, CaCH, NhrendH and ItobcH, embracing all the New N(ylen, both cheap and expensive. Ware rooms eppoHlto St. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. Dealer in Fui'iiituire ! H. J. Darst, Jno. S. Owsley, James A. Carpenter, Adam Pence, Taylor Manufacturing Co. J. E. Florence, .Matt. Hutchinson, CH AMBERSBDRO, PA. Five Awards at the Louisville Exposii tion in 1883. Knxlntt from 2 to 2SO lion powrr. av Mills froir 1200 to the largnit taodard iIim, Portabla Cora Mills from tbt North Carolina Mill Btone Co., thn l.fit Mllli In the world for making ratal for table utf. Write for prices. AilJreM 1 Gath says it was Burchard, with his 'Rum Romanism and Rebellion;" Halste ad sayB it ws Arthur; Whitelaw Reid says it was the Prohibitionists; Carl Schurz says it was his $200 speeches. The fact is, after all, St was the democrat, aided and abetted Gabe Walters, Robert G. Hail, H. Ballou, Rev. A. C. Nowland, Addio King, Jesse Walters, Chas. Dunn, Dr. Lee F. Huflman, And a host of others. The Buell stock is tanned by tho GEO. D. WEAKEN, P. HAMTON. BtMoITlVnicAiioa OENEnALAQT., J. H: Bright, Trarellng agsnt. Btanfoid, Et w n al cold liquorpro-cess- , ANDsoft and pleaa Any method ten to thirty it oheap will A Large Stock ofthe following life, and when ovaporatcs tho becomes hard and brittle. A leather " Don't Feel Like Work." should convinco you Baker Grain Drills, Buokeve Grain Drills, Tt make noillflcrnnrc whit business tou are en- - single thought MoSherry Grain Drills, Hoosier Grain Drills, ....... i in. whuih.r vnn.ro a nreacher. a merchant that notwithstanding tho difference in a mechanic, a lawyer or a common laborer, you Kalmazoo Harrows price, you can better afford to buy Champion Sulky Plows, Champion Steel Beam PIowh, can't uo your woik well wane you urn uan nt. Cider Mills, Cane Mills, Cane Mills, Evaporators, Teed Cutters, Thousands try to, but all In ;TIn. How much Buell'b Boots and Shoes. better to keep your organs In good order by tsk BuRgioB, Curriagos, Surroys, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, &o, GEO. H. BRUCE & CO., log I'arker's Tonic when you feel "a little out ot -- by the Independents, who did it. Indianapolis Times. loug timo ork business man says, "It is A New hard to tell as yet what will be the effect on thereby producing business. There has been a general stag ant wearing material. nation for some months past and it would that will tan stock in seem as though any change must be for the better. I don't, however, look for days in order to make much revival during the present year. It unavoidably destroy its will take some time for things to quiet the oil used in dressing down." GEO. D. WEAKEN, COMMISSION MERCANT MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. inr " Tt wnulil be monflT la Your mckot. Ono hour of good, rejoicing health Is woitU half a doz en hours fullof 'anguor and pain. Solo Agents for Buoll's Boots STANFORD, ICY. tt Shoes, A few Moll no ami Furst anil IJradlcy Sulky PIowh at Cost to close out. b than 4 4-on .atfttr Mr. H. A. Butler haa sold since the F. Brlnkley, of Louisville, am speeding a II. C. Kltley, the merchant tailor, haa hind a very fine line of stilting. Call first March, 1,701 dtren of eggs, at 11J a few dsy nt F. L. Thompson's at thi t 1 i ir Mis May Ailauis wa up from cents pel dczn, aggregating $21531 all place. at once and examine. Bourbon New. Stanford Sundy. Pi.ka4kc.iI1 at UriphtA CiirranV where the produce of 1G0 hen. Stanford, Ky, Novombor 14, 1884 S. S. Gaines, of Centreville, ha bought The boy hare been having n good our book nro kept and settle your coal acfor Gen. It. M. Gano, over 200 red bull time celebrating the election of Cleveland count. We need the money. I. M. Bruce." lOWi J7tf CiRD. cnlves in Scot!, Bourbon and Harrison and Hendricks. Monday night they had We want nil those indebted to tin for counties. He will ship them to Text to tbe town lighted up with candle placed in p.m. Uall train going North. ja 5 M. meat, coal and lumber to come and pay u .. ii Houlh .. IMP. be placed on their ranche. every conceivable place. Bnds were playExpreaitraln" Kouth.... 1)4 a.m. now at we need tbe money to buy bog. " Noth " " 1 u i,n, Ool. Delph nold on yeiterday publicly, ing, bell were ringing and Messrs. Tb above li calculated on standard time, Molr William A Kamscy. for the executor of the late Caleb Tarlton, Keppert, Williams nod Singleton tlniel .tbodl 20 nitnnle faster We inrite attention to our new stock of two farms of 120 and 121 acre each, cix mado speecheo; altogether it wa the hapGlasswnrc and Queensware, new styles nnd mile from Lexington, near Newtown pike. piest lime ever experienced in Mt. Vernon, LOCAL NOTICES. per acre and the design. Come and get our price and we The first brought Ui'v your school book from Tnte A 5F.MT ADTKIlTISEMEJtTK. Press. know that we will nve you money. S. S. second brought $123 76 per acre. onny. At the sale of E T. Young, Wednes Myer A Co. Heaixitahteiu for ichool book at A Slagg's. day, hore brought from $111 to $160; ! Hay Pre, Foil sale cheap, Dederlck NErrakade of ready mined paint for mules $110, do colt $37,50; cows and best made, good as new, enn be run with 'BpritiR traie at Mcllobert & Stagg'. Harlng secured rooms at Mr. II. O. Airord',! calrc from $30 to $50; rearllnir sleer am ladle Watches and Jewelry repaired on abort either steam or horse power. Addreea Wm. from $13 50 to $21; yearling heifer $19 to nnu prepared to serre the in l no In mmr xinuioi sewing i t belt Oooch, Oilberl's Creek, Ky., or call on or notice and warranted by Tate A Penny. reasonable rate,. Pollclting a abare ol Tour pu.on-sg$22; calve $8 to $20. The farm was rentI am, respectfully, A complete stock of jewelry, latest ddres flea. T). Wearen, Stanfonl, Ky. " JtMHS liUt.A N.ll1 KY. ed for $021. At the same time S. M. Owetylo. Kpckford watche n epeclnlty. Tate VilAra. Stanford, Ky. A 1'enny. The report current here yesterday that en Hold a lot of cows and oilvei at $34 to DoviiLn and single barrel ahot gun two ndgroea caught in the act of firing n $1S and several short-horyearling at $31 ranging from $3 lo $100. Alto ammunihouse at Winchester were hung on the spot to $38 tion of nil kind at McKobcrl A Stagg'a. In Cincinnati butcher cattle are in deturns out to be untrue. Neither did Whit the will of Jatne M. Carter, Montgomery kill two with one shot on hi mand, other gride quiet and lower. Hogs A Executors ofoiler at public auction to the Sr., we will PERSONAL. hlfheit bidder, on premises Tuesday night. He heard a noise are also lower but in better demand. Sheep Miss Kate Wheiihitt, of Lnncatter, ie and lauibj are in lair demand. The prices TIIU1CSDAY, XOV. 27, aid fired In it direction, tint wa all. visiting here. are: MlSH MATTIE NON.Vri.LEY I At his late residence near HuatonTllle, tbe folDeath. Dr. 0. 8. Limbert, formerly TillInB CATTLC lowing property, located nt King' Mountain in this county, Common to intillum Mrvl. V. Niinnelley. ll.033."3 Eight Hteers, 7 Tftirllnz Steern. 8 rood 4.00Q4.M Natii. Woodcock, the prince of com where he married Miss Nannie Searcey, Oool to extra butchers grade aire,, 2 yearling Heifers, 1 thoroughbred Common to choice iblpr" I.IOQGAO Bull I Tear old, ft or 0 Milk Cow,, 10 Macks of tflerclsl tourist, in in town. died nt Kit Berntdt thin week, after a Mockers ami feeders .... ........, 3.7O5-0.about 100 barrels of Corn, 200 Shncka of Fodder, fl or 8 lai iiobi. about 20 Hboiti. 2 work Jin J OrTENiiEiMEit, of the Lincoln few day illnm oMlux. He leave a wife 110(11. Muler.S Horsei, 2 Wagon,, 1 new Walter A. Lnd Company, U bsck from Xew York. and one child. The remain were taken to Selected Lutcliers and hery ihlnjri...54.C0ai.75 wood Mower, a ball Interest In a IJay Itake. good packer,Interest In a Corn Drill, otber FarmFair iAS&l.'O M. L P.JIuviiLE, of the Lancaster Covington for burrial. Dr. Lambert wa Fair to good light ing Implements and some Household and Kitchto ... 4.M(3.5 en Furniture. Bar, ha been here the moot of thin week. about 40 rear of ace and n clever, honor Common . .... 8,63(51.20 TERMS. Three mnntbV credit nn nitu with Mrh. Mattie Owsttv baa retuored to able gentleman. good leucrlty, bearing Interest from date and pay- SHEEP. vi it iy. ir, Exrs. Common to fair........ Stanford and taken room at tbe St. Aph' .!2.M3?.0O iukioiuiii, Wl-IThe trial of Jatne Wilson, charged with Clood to extra..... .. S.2J94.2S Mirh Saiika I'enni.noton returned house breaking, resulted in hi acquittal LamiiS Common to choice ..... .. S.WQI.TJ from Lexington, Wednesday, after a deADMINISTRATOR'S and he may thank hi pretty, modest little lightful Tieit. QARRARD C0UNTT DEPARTMENT. dead wife for it, for the evidence wr Mil Ja.mehCoomer, who ha for set-rgainst him, the good being found in hi Lancaster. year been Htiofj in Missouri, la nt bin Grand opening of holiday goods. The As home. Wilson ha been In jail ever since I). F. Coomer. Administrator of tbe dale of Leo Hayden, father', last March and his wife deserted by her grandest feature of the display will be deed., I win on tbe prtniUcs, near StanMiw. D. P. Itou'LAXP, of Danrille, ford Ky , on family and friend for marrying him, had $3,000 worth of diamonds set in every conwho hii been flsilinii her sister, .Mr., J, 8. been reduced almost to want, her condi- ceivable design, pins, ring and earrings THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1884, McElroy, returned home yesterday. tion rendering her unable to work. The from $15 to $2,500 per pair with $10,000 Mil. Fhank IfAnnt?, late chief train Itojlnn ng at 10 o'clock a. v., sell at public aucCol. W. CI. Welch and worth of other goods in jewelry, silverware tion to tbe highest bidder: dispatcher here. Jelt wiih bit family for court appointed Jcs. B Paxton to defend him, but when and fancr good at J. C Thompson's Jew AlotoO-Tear-oI- d 5 teen, alo' of LouUville this week. All who formed their en, lot of Cairn, a lot of Milk Cow,, a large young womsn appeared and with tear- elry House, Lincaster, Ky. loltfdbotti Uonea and Mules a large, lot acquaintance regret to hTn them ieare us. the of Hy,250 brrelof Corn, Household ful eye told tbe Colonel that she was withThe grandest opening will be Tuesday, and Kitchen Furniture, Farming LOCAL MATTERS. out money, with no clothe but there she Nor 18th, day and night. Tbe magnifiImp menu, ,lc, Ac, Ac. Txbms: Under that Frkhii Fish always on hand. J. T. liar- - had on nnd of her certainty almost of star- cent display of diamonds will be trta one aum, a credit of 220, caih In hand; abote secuOldaji; no'e with approTed vation if her husband were rent to the day only, so be sure and go and see Mr. rity. Iniereit from date, negotiable and pirable tn ris won hi aympathy at once Thompion on that day, Nor. 16. Remem- the Flnl National Bank or (Stanford. Come and we the Exposition Limp on State prison, the All persona haTlng claims agalml the estate will and at hi suggestion, Col. Hill. Judge ber the place, J. C. Thompson's Jewelry please present tbein at once properly verified, and exhibition at Urisht A CurranV. tbotc Indebted will confer a favor by settling with Saufley and Col. W. O. Bradley yolunteer-e- d Houie, Lancaster, Ky, me at once. K. It. MIA IJfV.V. We hare been enjoying for a wtek the Aduilnutrator Leo Harden. to assist in the defense. The appesliog Positively the largest stock of DiaK. I). At the same time and place the beln at moat delightful spell of weather trer expe- eyesol the real Ir pretty girl, for she wa mond, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware and law ol Leo Hayden, dee'd, will oiler f.ir lale at lubllc outcry the rienced in Norember. i inllei north ol Stan-brnot orer 18, Incited them to renewed eff-ir-t Musical Instruments of any house in Kenon which decedent reatded, cona'ating ol splendidly implored and In Jurr lit. A big lint of Heating Stores in her behalf and by working up the sym tucky. I hare the largest stock and can about tfOO AcreH,railway station, and alto the a stone's thiow of a pathy of the jury succeeded in securing make you lower price than any other brick HtorC'UoUHC in Stanford, on Main and Urate and 'cheaper than the cheap. treet, adjoining National tbe acquittal of her husband. So over house. For every $1 worth of goods vou feet, two stories the Flnt cellar. It Bank, 70x24 Is tbe best and fine et," at Bright A Corran'. In Stanford. Six and twelre molitni' come with joy wa the that she threw her buy from now till Jan. 1st, you get chance from STilE Court of Appeal hi oyer ruled arms around his r.eck and led him off, her free in a $200 Mandolin Musical Box with cmltt, Interest at anydte, with permission to purchasers to pay time before maturity. E.B. HAYDEN. the petition for rehearing in the four cas-- e every look and motion Indicating that she 10 Inch cylinder. Remember the place against the L A N. from thl county. of happy women. Col. J. C Thompson's Jewelry House, opposite waa the happiest " Lancaster, Ky. We figure (Jot J me B McCreary' Welch with hi accustomed kindness of We were too indisposed to attend tbe -- OK A SI'LKSDID- majority in ihe district at 'J 292, which is heart, had in the meantime raised a little more thin double Knott and two and a purte for her benefit, for which and for hia Garrard celebration, Wednesday night, but JPai-m-! half Uraei greater than Thomrnon'a. Tbe service the wa very earnest in her thanks. the Interior Journal was well representShe la a good and true little woman and ed there aa four from the office took a hand Got. ia a runner and don't you forget it. By herihnsband, even In a lifetime of genu- in it. The Lancaster people are noted for Court,virtue of n Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit rendered at Its October Term, 1881, in tbe The next attraction at the Opera iloute ine effort can nerer repay her for her o never doing anything by halves. They go raaeol W. W. Haya andotbeis against Alma Uays, will be Mil Bella Moore In "The MounI will as 8peclal CommlMloaei In said case sell to the whole hog or none and In the matter tbehlgbei) bidder on blm. tain Pink" and if half we bear of her be of celebrating the grand victory of CleveMARRIAGES true It will pove the greatest attraction ever land and Hendricks they even outdid them TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 1884, presented here. MorxlaT nlgbt, Not. 2 1. Mr Ben Wild and Mis Kobinson, of selves, i ne business portion of town was On the pre raises, tbe fine Farm belonging to the children of W. JI. Uays, Buena Vista, Garrard county, eloped to beautifully Illuminated with Chinese lanThe m mill belonging to lien. B. King, deed,, containing terns and other lights, and when the pro3 mile from Huitonrille, wa burned CinrinnatI and married. OF LAND ! Mr. William Moer nnd Mita Clarinda cession orer a mile long filed through the 2305 Tuedar night by the carelessots of bin barna and lteycold, daughter of Mr. N. S. Keynolds, principal streets, each man carrying a There is a large, new dwelling-housemploye. .Xo Inurance. Lo about all Decenary outbuildings on aald Farm, an orchwere married in this county on the 13th. torch and yelling at the top of his yoke, ard of select fruit, nice yard and garden. Tbe I arm I a good republican Aa King there and nltoeether Five young Democratic couples at the scene was one that stirred the heart ot la well watered and fenced Kentucky. Said one of lino luipicion of fool play. land In tbe most desirable-placeJasper, Ind., celebrated the election of the most callous observer. The procession la si lusted on the Stanford and UustonTllle pike. 8 ssle Mrs. Majitiu, wtfe of John Baugh and Cleveland and Hendricks at the Cathedral finally halted in front of a large stand erec- 21$ amiles from 6,Inn ford. Tbemonths;will b mad bonds with 12 and IS on credit of inoroTed teeurllT. MTabl to tbe Special Com daughter of John "Young, died at High-lan- d Wednesday morning by getting married. ted close to the engine house where missioner, bearing 6 per rent, intents from date Wednesday, of a womb trouble, aged In Frankfort, Nor. 11, MJ. James W. Gov. McCieary, Col. T. P. Hill, Judge M. until paid and a lien retained on the land lor their JOIIX Jf. ItKIIt, 2G year. She waa a member of the ChrisBlackburn, of Washineton,I). C, and Mis C. Saufly and J. A. Craft delivered rout- payment. special Commlitiucer. tian church and a pinu, good woman. One Hallie W. Craddock. The Mjor will bs ing addresses. Col. S. M. Burdett read n At the same time and rlare I child I left to feel atwaya a mother' remembered as the smart young man who resolution expressing the confidence of tbe Mrs. Kate Hays, sell to the highest bl der wrote so disrespectfully to Gen. Castleman meeting In the election of Cleveland and Land, Thirty Acrei of Fine Blue-GraThe maglitrate met with the county about the time of tbe Ashland troubles. Hendricks and pledging it support to u anu orareu mat me a part of the aVoTS tract Adjoining and formerly juuge yeaieraay them in icy emergency that may arise. A of land; both tracts to be sold together, making a RELIGIOUS. order fixing Nov. 15th a the day to same time I will also at Fa'molVCJS pleasing feature of the celebration wa the and place aa Acres. aforesaid sell tbe valuable some Agent hold the election on the railroad qnrition Dr. Guerrant closed a meeting at Par- - part the ladies took in it. A buss full of personal property, constating of Horses, Cattle, be refcinded. So no election will be held. Uogt, Uay, Corn, Farming Utensils, Ac. Tbe last ia thi week with 15 additions. them added beauty and grace to the en named land will be told on credit ol 6, 12 and 18 It wa done on the request of K. Zimmermonths; tondt taken wttb approved security, 1. 8. McElroy has gone to spend spiring scene. Ker. Our Valley Cornet band beating C per cent. Interest frm date until paid man, president of the Cbeipeake A Nssb-till- e several days with hi new charge at Mt. wa highly complimented and It did, we and a lieu retained on the land fur lhelr payment. railroad. Toe personalty ill be sold on a creditor W daya Sterling. hear, do itself great credit. The celebra- without interest. Nona taken with approved secongregation here tion wa marred by no accident or row, but curity for all tumtour (K ; under that sum, cash The Preabyterian The great cloalng out tale at J. W. Hay JOHN M. REID, Agent. in hand. den'w is attracting patronace from all mr will call tbe Iter. Henry Miller, of passed off" In the most agreeable and pleis-an- t to be tbeir pastor. of the coun'r nd 'rm adjoining counties. manner. Sale ! The member of JJuah Branch church Mr. Hayden hss always dealt in a fine class MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. renueated to meet next Sunday at 11 A. of good adapted to tbe best claa of trade, are Judith Estill Plaintiff, ts P. W. Estill, Ac, Deft. Managed by Jno, B. Fish. and the opportunity I offered peraon with H, to take step towards calling a preacher Notice of dale In tqtilty Br Tiitue of Judgment and order of ssle of the the cash to buy really first class good at or for next year. Since Joe Thompson walked away our Madison Circuit Court, rendered at tbe bepteinber The Rer. Mr. Engle, of Indianapolis below the price asked for inferior brands Term(l8a-- therejfln thsalOTe styled cause, the jail has not a single occupant. undersigned will on will preach nt the Methodist church next Mt. Vernon now boasts of two boot E H. Smith, who Sunday morning and night. Mr. Engle la Found DeAn-- Mr. Monday, November 24, 1884, and shoe shops and a butcher shop. lived juit over the Qarrard line, wa found an Episcopalian. Mr. John W. Brown has been confined lletween the hours of U o'clock m. and 1 o'clock dead in bed nt hi home last Friday morn Ker.J. W. Erans and Elder J. II. p. m., at the resilience J. P. Estill, la ing. He had been n Huflerer from heart Hopper, the Presbyterian evangelist, have to his room for about three weeks with in- Msdlsoncounty, Ky.. of tbe late expose at public tirwed to flammatory rheumatism. disease and it l supposed hi death w laid to tbithlgte t bidder the following property; just closed a revival at Princton, which red 1st. A Tract 01 una remaining ivu Acres, During the last few weeks our town caused by it. He wa a good citizen and sulted In forty conversions. in Madison county on the north side of tbe commercial tourists; dirt toad leading from Richmond toHtertns' shop, hi teren children will feel hi loss. HI Mr. Barnes had better resume his has Wen flooded with and a part of the home 4 miles Iroin Klchmond age wa C3 years. Thi item waa intended correspondence or his friends will all give about 1C haTing been here since last Sunplace. This tract ef land ts well timbered. Acres, situa2d. A Tract of Laud containing morning. for last issue but wa mislaid. ted In Madison county on the south side of tbe dirt him up as dead. We have several letters day W. J. Xewcomb haa a pet coon, named road aforessid, being alio a part of the home tract. jd. The McPnerson Tract, containing 127J A., Accidents. Mr. Will Craig received a this week Inquiring about him. Jim Blaine. He came out yesterday morn- situated on the Muddy Creek Iload leading to telegram from her husband stating that Crookstllle, about 1J miles from Crootsvllle and LAND, STOCK AND CROP. ing all draped in mourning. Suppose he 1 ml' from hpecdwell Turnpike. This tract is Mr. Mr. J. N. Craig fell between the cars well ttnproTed with good dwelling house and necSpalding sold 3 aged mules for had heard from New Jfork. Ben essary appurtenances. at Washington and waa badly hurt. Mr. In the future I will try to make my situated about '.! miles 41 b. 1 no Cobb Tract, from Richmond, on the Klchmond A Irriue turn George W. Alford had one from Mont- $585. The cotton crop is estimated as slight- letters more regular than they have been pike, containing 10!) Acres. This plsce Is well gomery telling him to return at once that You'd better unless ' . with an excellent frame dwelllog-house- ,' for seyernl weeks. ly larger than lest year. t bauiv, COOU orcuniu, ...1.1. iv, Joe Hutchinson, formerly of this section, you want a head put on you. Ed. 5tb. Tho Warrer Tract, containing 21J Acres, J. L. Cogar, of Midway, sold to Leslie ted s miles from Richmond, on the Richmond thrown from a runaway horso on had been the band, accompanied by a situ. d of Collins, of FraMclin county, a A Irrlne Turnpike. a barbed wire fence and was in a danger- hogs nt Tho sale of all the aboro named lands will take good crowd from this place, will attend the per cwt. place at thercsldenceof the late J. P. Estill, nar ous condition. Mr. Hutchinson haa been Crab Orchard. They have the road leading from Richmond to Stevens' tibop, A. T. Nunnelley shipped yesterday celebration at managing Mr. Alford's liyery stable In 770 turkeys for which he paid CO cents for secured half fare rates for the round trip. about 4 miles from Richmond. I will also expose to public sals, by virtue of the Montgomery. kept by Mr. and Mrs. James Marel's little judgmeut aforesaid, In front ot the hotelKRIOAY hens nnd 75 cents for Rollers. Stereos In Crab Orchard, Ky., ou Richard Cobb, Sr., sold to Lehman daughter died this morning about 1 o'clock. NOVKM11KH 28, 1681, Iwtweeu the hours of 12 M. Nordyke was Circuit Court. John containing 103 Acres, Tract some time. Tbe and It M aLincoln ol Land near Crab Orchard, on county, given three months on the lock pile for Bros. 22 head 1,542 lb. cattle at 5 cent! She has been very sick for situated In pike and the same conveyed to J. P. 4 grand larceny. Jeff. Hale for maliciously and G. C, Lynn sold them a lot at about burrial will Is about o'clock this (Thur. tbe Lancaster U. Newland, &c. This trad ol Estill by Sallle day) P. si. land is highly improved with a No. 1 frame dwellGUI, forfeited the same price. shooting the horse of Peter a The total amount of claim allowed ing and all necessary Is outbu ldlngi. It ahis floe Foil Sale. Four pair of good horees, mineral spring nnd in every respect valuable the $100 Id money thet ho put up as bail county court was about and desirable property. Possession ol all tbeae for his appearance, bat the court tried him two pairs fine mules and a lot of dry and by the Kockcastle lands will be given to purchasers January 1st, '83. and costs. milch cows. Stock can be reen at K. Tl. 52,000. J. J.Williaras, one of the poorhouse Tksms: Sale will be made on a credit of Usnd nil the same and fined him $35 required to give 12 months The purchswr will commltee refused to serve any longer and bond with arrroved security forbethe payment of hi $100 and will hare to go lo Gentiy V. F.J.Campbell. Bo he lose mile M. J. Miller was selected in hi stead the purchase money, having the force and ell'ect of Mantl S. reduced her record of a jail or pay the other If he Is ever caught. a judgment, bearing legal Intercat from the day of H.'coml nt Lexington Tues- Dr. J. J. Brown will serye another year. sale, wttu a nen reserved upon sain property unui John Jouei", for burglary, wa ucqulttod on a qimt'r of a Miaa Amelia Gibson, of Clay county, all the purchase msaey is paid,r half, 1:04; The court will day, Time, quarter, peremptory instructions. 302 21 Master Com r Msdisou Circuit Court. ia visiting at this place. Mr. and Mrs. M. 1,37; mile, t:0M- j probal'ly n urn nm iy m j BRIGHT -- .V. & CURRAN. T -- ., Mc-Clur- e, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - $10-5.2- 1KEWS - MAKING Drew-Makistjrlt-anr- AND e, JQBBERSDFFLQURANDMEAL WE HANDLE EXTENSIVELY - n EXECUTORS' SALE 181, t. WAGONS, BUGGIES Atfl CARRIAGES, two-tblr- ....... .... U fr... Ull4UIJtll al Sale of Personalty! And Farming Implements of all kinds, of the very best makes. -- ALSO THE- - IHosf Complete Xine Hard- ware and Queens-war- e -- IN THE OITY.- - d, We Guarantee Prices as Low as any House in the country, Patronage. tore-roo- And respectfully ask a Liberal Share of .Your SOl-t- d post-offic- COMR.?S SALE Stock BRIGHT & CURRAN. lis devo-ttoaT- Blue-Ura- ss ACRES s T. R. WILTON J GROCER, e, $2.-00- 0. .HK-I- lo, pre-rlo- ss ALWAYS ON SAND FUL.I STOCK OF e, Commissioner's Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Tin- -, Glass- - and Queens- ware, Tobaccos, Cigars, l Confectioneries, &c. -- VERY- LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH, And to Prompt Paying Short-tim- o suu-ate- goods sold on long time. -- Customers, No USE- mmwm wrnmm itowb, Mnclc from Hie best KIluneHotn When'. 1 L car-loa- To-nie- ht For nnlc only by T. It. WAIiTON. - TRY Ne Plus Ultra Coffee, BEST ROASTED RIO, Cij three-quarter- s t srorr, ForKnlconlyby T. . WAMNMI. H. A ItlTAZ TO TUB SUX. H TIT III nil .ai touching A Boston clcctrio onpinoor proposes aubx. ANDKiiuorr, this queUion of true preaching, whether a erecting in Ilolyoko, Mors,, a tower ATTOUNEY A.T X.A."V, DANVILLE, KY., grain of wit or humor should be admitted Bovcnty-flv- o feet high overlooking tho - November 14, 1884 Stanford, Ky., Will practice tn within the pulpit. And this seems to have town. This is to lw surmounted by nn counties and In the Court, of Doyle and adjoining the Court of Appeals. ! been a long debate. I noticed Sherlock clcctrio light which, if successful, will IffiLOUjsWLfrUSW and Frtaay; girded at SUth,that primate of fine wit bo followed by.tlio erection of seven or ruhUahcA I hart- for sale a good Milk Cow, with a nice j. b. Calf old. fire A.t JOnw, Court comeaboutsee wrckt you II you want a Coif AT mmniifKni vtmmaameBm ago, for some bright strokes eight moro. twocentnries will buy, and her and It is expected that theso And Matter Uommtuloner Rockcustle Circuit THE CRKAT MT. VEKNON, KY. X. X. Mi A VIKHH. A.NNTJM. a.oo in a sermon, whereat South replies: "Well will chargo tho upper strata of tho r8-t- f air Will practlw In the Kockrutle Court. CollecStanford, Ky now, Sherlock, suppose it had pleased God with so much Jight that it will produco tions a specially. Office In Courthout. . 13J When paid, itrlctlr In advance. If we have to to give you wit, what would you have done tho samo effect which tho sun I cierta watt any time, 83.00 will be charged. nurrMAN. about it?" Sidney Smith did not often upon tho atmosphere- during tho day, BTANKOItD, KY. A Reward of Two Hunprrd Dollars will be paid g wit in the give play to his JJouth side thus superseding tho uso of nil othor Office Mrers Hotel; Main Street, two doara above bythelHei'dtor the lato J. If. llenedlct fir the OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. the capturoof hit murderer, Henry Roberta. Roberta church. Still, now and then it would lly tkinds of light. In this manner it is bo- - Pure Nitrous Oxide Oat administered when re is about 2) years uf age, dark complexion, bazel ITo the Elltor of The Interior Journtl. quired. eyea, smooth free and very bad counteuauce, rathforth in despite of all his care He was the IlasTOXViLLB, Ky., Not. llth. Precept nreacher once for some great charity, and liovcd that electrio light can bo mado to er hcary bull), weighing probably ISO pouuJi, DH. "W. 13. PENNY, permeato spneo inaccessiblo to direct and experieriencs have taught in that we thinking to go on the giving side of his should not "despise the day of email hearers he said: ''Of all nations on the rays, just as tho sun after it has sot still liirHULL BTANFOIID, KENlUCKY. things." All great enterprises hare had (o earth the English are the most distinguish- illuminates tho atmosphere. In other Offlco.OTer Robt.3. Lytle's store. Office boar I hare been appointed egint for the sale of the rrom s to u x. m, and 1 to S Anesthetlci ad farm of Mr. Pbivbe C. IIUlo and helri, containing contend with indifference, if not positive ed for the love of their species." But it words, ho intends producing artificial ministered when neceesarr. p. IIM-lyot a mile from IIuttoDTllle WlHeal Change artsl wltk Speri Uwhilri ISO Acre, on tbe Liberty like and I hereby offer It priTate- The names turned out a poor collection after all, So daylight. opposition in their incipiencr ol two aioriea It. It hat a kocxI dwtlllng-boua- e SHORTEST AND QUICKEST MUTE of Gallileo aad Columbas and Fulton and he wta much disturbed by the mean afaow and rooini, Iwiutei the necMtarr rROU LOl'MVILLB TO Till It It wall waterol and la good, rich land worth The postofflco officials at Washington WARREN & innumerable others who hare met and the boxes made when they came to the ta much more than It asked for It. havo prepared n statement giving tho R C. Warren and P, R Carpenter hare formed Apply to me lor further particulars. orercome thete obstacles are monuments ble and said; "My friends, I have made a a to practice law under the Arm name a7 3l,u 7f. T. rW, BUoford. Ky. on which are inscribed the trials and tri- mistake. I should have said: You are dis amount of mail matter sent from tho ol Warren A Carpenter. 1301 United States to Europe during tho lost ose to umphs of genius and perseverance. tinguished among Englishmen for love of College. Little llock, Atontgomtry, Atlanta. Baremphle. You may regard this tn rather a bois your specie!" He disliked dull sermons fiscal year ending Juno 30 last. It shows annas, JackioUTlHt, Mobile, and ifew Urltaot. STANFOIU). KY. terous bretz: for the elevation of o small and preachers, and after heiring one who that wo sent to Great Britain and IreBEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA a kite as I propose to send up to day; but was past grand mahter in this art, said: land 120,468 pounds of letters and 538,-00- 0 my place, laat In Palace Cart Without Change mutter ; to From a li-bau- d ntar Jmrxr'n Store, goci Saturdaye With a Full Corps of Teachers, pounds of second-clas- s we may find that this little kite is hut the "Bless night, IIOILSK MLI.K, tbe mtl the man preaches as if sin was and hat a a little pounds of letters and whilewalk on rli-- rnouie I colored; iy a liberal reprecursor of the proud billoon, rejoicing to be taken out of men, as Ere was ta'ien Germany, SHORT LIME TO THE EAST ipot will blp. This iDitltutlon wilt open Its Fifteenth beatlou rroBaLoult-lll- e la Palace Cars without change mutter ; ward for his return to me. on tbe lit Monday tn September next. in its bouyancy and bearing iii harden out of Adam, by first putting mm to 241,020 pounds of second-clas- s Mt Its. MiLMZAMtKTMl TMXNttKl SeTklng homTsTd tTe to France, 19,991 pounds of letters and with gigantic proportions, tresaeadons pow sleep!" 1 Mt Salem, Ky ALL THE BRANCHES OF A UlTllUnftnilow line ol this road will O matter ; 91,822 pounds of second-clas- s er tad uaeericfc dlrectaeat. Bat I will receive special rates. I heard a story last aaeaoter aboat him See AcDts of thlt Cnmpiny for ralet. roulet not apeak in parables. 8 THOROUGH ENGLI3HC0UR3E from a fine old friend in London, which I to Italy, 6,728 pounds of lottors and Ac. or write C. P. AlMORf, 0. P. t, A. One of the moat intricate problem pre have not seen in books. matter ; to LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT pounds of second-clas- s "' My friend said Loulavllle. Ht. Are taught, aa well aa seated for solution by the late war, and she was dining with him in a company Belgium, 2,534 pounds of letters and 8ALUE rFJWINOTQN ts 3. B.PENNINQTON. demanding a solution was the when some talk waa made about tbe curi- 10,662 pounds of second-clas- s matter; Notice It hereby glren to whom It may tnncern MCBIO. TBI LAHQUAOM, O.DBAWthat tbe plaintiff. Bailie Pennington, INO AND VAIN TIN disposition of the coloied.race. We fonnd ous fact to Denmark, 3,011 pounds of letters and tttttloo against the daiacdant, a. B. has Oledhtr that w have to note so often of renntbgton, In the elerk'soBWot thit court, nrarlnz that the thrown suddenly into the machinery of ministers who do not know when to stop on 3,053 pounds of Becond-cJas- s matter ; to court empowtr her uae. tnjoy. tell and conr our government an element mainly igno- account of their age, but keep on preaching the Netherlands, 3,679 pounds of letters for her own bnflt t property she may own or any aroalre. Irte from the ctilnia ar ilikUnl hr hna. rant, new to the idea of freedom, untaught long after the people have lost all interest and 11,948 pounds of second-clas- s In Tuition, price raage from IV to t60 Is lb matband; to make contract-- , me and be sued at atlo- - regular Department. Primary, fas; Chicago and in what they have to say, "Yes, yes," the ter ; to Switzerland, 4,860 pounds of gie woman, to trad in her own name and to dl- - M0; rrepuatoiy, Stf. and Coltegtate, InterraedlaU k1 the mysteries of las. p e ol her property by wlllordwd. It Is orderintoxicated with their un- old man cried, "It's ed that this all;true. We are all letters and 22,636 pounds of second-clas- s Joiaxil, anotice be pubtUhe-- t In the Ihtrmor THE OXLY UUE BU.NNIN'U For full particulars, aa to Board. Ac.addreaa newtpiper publlihM In tManbrd, expected deliverance, and utterly unable to alike there. Why, if was forced to retire matter ; to Spain; 1,824 pounds of Ky., by two weeklr iniertiont before tbe next MKS. N. C. TKUr.IIKAKT. arlncltl, I term ol the Lincoln Circuit Court distinguish between liberty and licentious from tbe pulpit I should Jstlll take my old Stanford. Lincoln Co., ay, letters and 14,740 pounds of second- - Olf-- n under my hand aa clerk ol said court. Curst Bess. Worse than this, they fell into the sermons into the garden and read them oct.w, jmi. rt j.r.BAiLi:y,cik. cksa natter ; to Sweden, 8,839 pounds AND BOLID TBAIHS hands of unprincipled adventurem, who, to the gardener until he (went off into a of letters and 16,372 pounds of second-oW- s nader the guise of friendship, sought to deep slumber withjhis hoe injhis hand." matter ; to Norway, 6,201 pound LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO embitter them against those who would I wonder also, as I write this, whether of letters and 9,993 pounds of second-clas- s LINCOLN 0IR01TIT COURT have aided them in their perplexity while we shall ever hit on any sure method of froaa the Knox-titl- e matter. Total amount of first-cla- W. R. WILLIAM J AKDMOLLIE WILUAktS. B. H. BURNSIDB, .?.'fu," NoC.--raMngethey used them as tools for the advancedraoth of U 4X.K.R, arrlre In Louttrllb) Prrtnon RxrAata. keeping our people awake to tbe end of the In time to take the erenlng train of the "Monea Notice Is hereby gtren to whom It may concern matter, 218,385 pounds; total ment of their own nefarious purposes and sermon. The finest preacher, to my mind, tV. It secoud-clas- s Well - Known Houte" aad a Ihrobgh to matter, 1,021,-21- 0 that the petitioners, hate thltWilliams and Mollla This Old Wlllltmr, hit wife, day died their pttl from their every ef- on the planet, heard ones of 'a plan to go amount of drained the lien In the clerk's office of Ibis court, praying Maintains its (IrccBcastle. CnmfordsYillc, luirajcttf Hotol pounds. fort for progress. The law had placed the about with a and Chicago nltboat tlmoRC. that tho court empower the lalu Mollla Williams fettber brush well laden with High to it. enjoy, fell and eonrer rr her own beoefit TIME TABLE. ballot box in the hands of a people igno- snuu any property Ls may own or adiulte, free from AND and put it under tbe sleeper's ncse, Mant years ago some poverty-struc- k "hTATIONS. thi claim or debit of her buiban4. to make con rant of its potency and oblivious to the ne- but he paid he thought tbe better plan inUj Dally. trtctt, tue and be sued aa a ilnijle woman, to trail Ita Proprietor ii Determined that cessity for its purity, and who thus again would be to put the anuQ in the sermon! Scotch college sold literary degrees, af- In her own name and to dlinote of ber properly Lto. Ixulitllle.... T 41 p ru it Shall be Second to no Coontrr Art. (liwtruui SUaa ter tho fashion of tho bogus medical by will or deed. ...., I 01 ata 3 01 pm became the dupes and the victims of unHotel ia the State in ita Fare, " CrawfordttllU ...rt. 3 65 am I 01 pm It It ordered I see a note of a worthy man who waa colleges of Phuadolphia, to anybody who tbe IxTxatoe that thisa notice b published in . Apjpoiatmeati, or Atten I t scrupulous and designing men. No won- preaching one sultry day and noticing how LafayelU JouanAL. newtpiper publlthed in ... ii ami 4 II pm rjunlnrd, Ky., by two " Chlnjo .. fioa to Oomort ef 'TJOara SMpm der that crimes ran riot, or that suffering his hearers were nearly asleep, came to a would pay for them. A country parson, neat regular term of thweekly insertions bcore the Lincoln Circuit Court. The meet dlrrct route, with only one change ol their Queeti. anxious to shino as a D. D., mounted niren under me hand at clerk of M court. was for a time the portion of thee mis cars, to all polnU in Mlnoevxiu. lawa dead atop which awoke them up, and then Oct.:, ISsi. it J.I'. UAILBY.Qk. his horse, nnd, attended by his servant, rcbnils,Ac Far further luforToallon, addrwss guided one. Baccate will be eoarejsd ta aad freai the it he said: "My dear friends, this sermon MUKKAY KELLKK.(I. P, A.. free of charge. Nperlal aeeeraraodatloae The best minds of the nation grappled cost me a sight of painp. It's a pity to rode to tho college, was duly dublnxl G-- . LoulsvlUe. Kr lo ComrclalTrfltra.7ke Bar will with the fearful question, "Can the two throw it away, so we will begin again with " D. D.," and returned homo with his alwaja sapalled with the choicest axracaiKTs kraidtofLlaasn aad Cicara. parchment. " Now, Hodge," ho said to races coexist' Humanity, philanthro- the text. KENTUCKY GENTRJIL 1. 1 TfaAeVevk. MCRKit'll HtCCiriV, py, statesmanship, and Christianity joined Here, in New York, ia the last ge, a his servant, "lam a D. D and when a holy compact and raised the found but sleepy divine adopted another people call you must say, ' The doctor is LnultTllIe, Ky., Cloclnnstl, O.. and Indlantpolls, hind in iTho (Ircat English Hemedj, in his library ;' ' tho doctor is studying Ind., dealersAIn Stalnway A Sons', Decker Hre.', banner on which waa inscribed, "The ele- plan. Tie said: Halnoi', J. C riKber, Vote A Boot', Baldwin iSltioClmM JlsMsie. Memopositive ear CotUge, rMuare Piano ForUw, vation of the race." The weapon cho-r- n "I notice about forty of us are asleep, so his sermon ;' ' tho doctor is not at Oo.'ethe EtUy,Upright and and Uamlllon Organ. WFfrf Is a Lues of ilrsln far Week Nervous 8hortestand Oaiekeat Bouta ry. lDwer. also tibnloger from Oa Weakness, Kabauttton, Hemtnal for the conflict was education, and experi- I will postpone tbe reet of my diecoure un- homol'" will," said Hodge, "pro- InstromeDts euld at prices and Unua to ault purImpoteocy. aad Uroeral Loss Of tial Jfltuoky to all Poinu North, ence has already demonstrated its efficients. til we art all awake." vided you will do tho samo by mo and chasers.ssd Don't gire your orders till you get oar Iower ol the Oeoeratlve Orgint; prices terms. Eut, West and SontbweiL Danrllle. Ky. .H.l.ll.luuM t Hat ft.1L- - .m m. Already the land la dotted with tcttdol A preacher down in Connecticut in a say ' Dr. Hodge is cleaning out tho bU-blt youthful Imprudence 01 Pefsra lauag. queoc Lit Betweeo the exteesot matured years, such Trta Mek. h ou see erected and furnished for the negro like sorrow and trial, said: "I come now 'Dr. Hodge-i- shoveling a muck as Unlverwiljusltude.l'aln In the ItaSXINGTOX A ClSClKKkTl. race, titate legislatures are rieing with to thetbird head of my discourse, to which Heap ;' ' Dr? Hodgo ia blacking boots in bacx, Dlmneu of VUlun, Prema tor Old Ags. and many otter SchsJnU la Effacl 0u. II. 1M. their liberal pro vwieas for in I ek Tacxadid atttttttOa ottaWeTvBO are tho kitchen.'" "What do you meaa, that lead to Insanity er Conall eases or and Tml-(arstructlon while private beneficence is rear- still awake;" and a good old man in Massa- you impudent puppy ? " cried his mas Careatt. irrurnl. iru! sumption. In SpeclSo ecu like all other attest causae tn Patent Office aad be Weakasattb ing, equipping and manning the more im chusetts fell on this plan. He said: "Bre- - ter. fsdlnt vig mean," said Hodge, "that lore ioe veuria promptly Jbe careiuuy a'lenaea thsna.nittoringloea.or a ana I r.sra-irTor, flvlct to the ere nnuiaoi posing academy and edkge for oarryiaf eftrtt.-thi- s ia a big esWteh. Now, if IafweJc when I learned that a D. D. cost only to.Upon receipt remodel oreketoh ol invention, I and tparkllng beauty, ta tat eateJr, therwyhlooomorbeaJBa. make rareral examination, and adrlae ai to patoat the glorious wefrpriac. AlreeV ha la yB softly, those Aftsrlakleg. are near the iebri $ I got the) rreaidenVs nam to a entability ice of charge. "Murray's SpeclBe Is mm by all DruccttU at the capacity ad doeflitay f the race .beea 3a able to hear aw, while if I aweak JHot and am as good a D. D, as you SI per tmciBf, or us pMee lor H. 8.U0 by JfVra moderate, and I make mo ehitrm triometwaUy ViasScatel. and aftfaoBffc the lomi, I shall wake it food many whii ait or tho most learned scholar ia the hand." MMleet patent ralersaree teal on information, mall, roetage free, on receipt of price.which will be ana special "U MrUcuUrs la pasteaUt. ffiltalia laat Mtmror of the atfrMcUe4 people aaar the pulpit. Hair, what shall I oV in applicant. Address LMTtKt.1., J. Mt.WMbisgtoe, D, C. mailed free toto th role manuhelcr-r- v all Ketr U. 8. PaAta t OaW. wyfcwaYfroai eerth With HHfe psneaal thai' son dileaBa7--0fcber- t (Shyer in Th e Baffalo Krprtu of a reewt data aaja mummAr MmmqsMijm ,'threw men TorVultourJjr alepps'd Int6 tna beaefit, yet he goes with the assurance that Chicago Current. Bold in eUnbrd by Penny A MeAUeter aad alt , f?L ewv-e-evl the sn on whose early beams he has been electric Hint worlta lata city ofSirracriM on w DrutxUte everywhere. "Do you know," said an extremely tira-cha- 'Wedriewdtw fBBBBg, AaTuca Parr a a A Co., Wholesale Agea ta, 5" permitted to gaze with hopeful glad cess, BJ era!n at doak One of tkeaa lady to her rzcteaively bath wMoerred to caaoillf atoop over aad j I mm n will shed its noondif splendor pa tae g'tn" fal aaXiar, "& you know, George, that raacb out hU ban-i8SS8SI. SStSS ?rl toward a talrlyllxat eratioo he leavee behind him. I I a- )' a7trli young ladies like to be told they are pret dyarao aacbraf. Iwtantiy he wia drawn HavlBf too aaitca Jial aad Stock. I Ofle ftr sale B The brief and limited acquaintance re tSe following desirable Tracts oi Land, all of which an pies ten tly ioeaUd and well suit ceatly acquired by the writer with the ty and attractive, whether they are or not?" toe close to the generator witaoat nolte aad This notice ferewarM bBntsra,, tUVem and ed far farralag puipoeta. ' I would not think of ttuinir yoa ha n't tramps est to trtitiass on ear lands wttWrt per unwillingly alfctM f akta qa'tattda ia bur country erisc a aooad Ho bad iaribn. m all soch actt are liable to be prvceat4 One Tract oossiatlng of 100 Arrst, oo the west ii caMaa-tleach "for e3 positive and Hematite rods, aad wah dead. end of ray farta. BdjolsUg the farrafuf tiH 1 to the full eatantof tbe law. haa given U an absorbing ioterw. The J. tJ. auslenl, Cr March 17lh, IMI. Sign aUoaiey and Ueorge W. Trtbble. It your looking gland tells you better than I A educational enterprise amon the nxroes aaoaeat before he had been boasting of la under eood " 3!"s?Se t V. t. ta i mum OusA W.M.Mi-Uarniyportion , . It . . . couldlnat you are ats handsome as a pict hia electrical knowledge When it ru at and apleaAMIrfence, ala (rear;of taa well llmbamd t McKitlrlck. B...L set laiaainder ta ... i.uura, j. . .wsrpenver,w. etipeo-ial- ly is our Slate is yet in its infancy-ae- d v. evw, meadow, a splendid crop of timothy and do-aa - --a M a wjw-- a Levi HoWjls, ia thUtrue in our cjunty. We nam ure" teeapted to reaaq?e the bed? piece of the barlog beea ma oa it this year. Ills wsll water- R. Cobb, fi BBBlflj bb'bbIbbbbr F. D. Bbodea, ed by tbe Hanging Fork, a splendid well sod soma Oa, Georgt!'; bor no sixteen district it) the county repkin adhered to the rods. The contraction nerer falling springe. Hit comtorlsble dwelling n.(T.AJ. P.Ooeer, W.c MeCrmsck, ''Yoa have the prettiest face and the of the EqoaclM oT the body waa ao great that and suitable outbuilding. M.B.LyliT O.L.CarUr resenting probably about 1,200 chllJren and T. J.U11I, J.W.WeU.eA)rd, Alto CO a ji sliest waist I ever saw." drawn out of shape, joining theAcres on Ihteot end of wr ftrm. ad- C. Yanoy, hiaiega aad arms were Waa. Barton, under the care of 17 teachers. A peculiarforms of John M, White, Thoe. ICobln-so"Tne smallest waist! If my waisi, is and head drawn for vard ao that the chin J. B.'Mnrpby, and Mrs. Broaddus. 29 acres xe now n wheat, J. A. Harris, ity of, these teachers ia Hi ft many of them 30 acres for corn In.the tprloi; and the remaining P.W.Carter, J. M. IlllC small it i certainly 'no. Warite.of hiving 20 acre well timbered and heavily set lo grass, Ed. Carter. J. II. McAllster, 1' have been 'educated (n excellent reboots, prred tightly :aln,t the cheat." J. D. Jenea, Uodtr splendid fence, level, well watered br con T, J. Foster. been queered, George." , J. q. Montgomery have fine capacity fox, imparting instrucstent tprinn, it within mile ol the Stanford A T. M. While, ; One of the most important falntod H. E. Marconi, O. A. Benedict, van vine piae 00a gooa couaiy roaj aoJ splendidtion, manifest a 16vo for, 'trieir work and W. E. Amon M.T. Kuwell, ly suited tor bulldlog purpusee. An Opinion on Leo's. A pretty girl in animals that r hate ia the common cat, II J Pant. Also IS arreslngood cultivation, adjoining Ibe A. V. NewUod, design making teaching their profession-Likand it ia astonishing to know tbe number farm of Weiley Eubankt, well watered, lanced and 8, W. alien. A; NewUnd. Chicago theatre ww iaWatly studying castmsi iks isass8 ST lyr) pleasantly located. the teacher of the other race they Alto I HO teres of Knob land, near Mssoc's Gap Campobellq through glass, just as he was ued in cheap furs, orer one million beBB hire to contend with want of interest and aiogiag BBBBBBl well tlmbo-eand in good fix. BBBBB ' " ' one cf bit numbers in "Martha.' ing thus utilited last year. Tbe kinds moet i have 20 bead ol thoroughbred Bull Calyea Jtooeso-i'oi-,;.- 9' J : J j cooperation among' trusties and parents, "',' W praf-rrr- d, black fit 40 or 60 hradot Cowa and Uelhi. pedigreed, and are the pure white, aad and SSCSgy 3B S3 f MM " o" bat (her ceem to bear their harden bravely 'What beautiful legs Campobello ha.,," the Maltese sell well, while the yellow ar.d par tome rrglttered in tbe A, II. H. This stock Is sll oc In good condition and the breeding 01 my Cattle Is a j exclaimed enthueiaaticillr to the gentleman and ire aarJKUine of tucces too well known to need mention. " PgBBBB'BBia at her side, "so well roumied and so firm; ticolored nit skit a are djed and aold under The Land and Stock will bfi sold on good termt. We have just closed at Husionville the -'j WHOM f' a Ytrietv of fancy nu) Parties desiring to -- limine Land and Slock may don't you think they are splendid?" An i F first Teachers' Institute evei hejd in the da so by calllnit on me at mv home w addrenlng I5i3a Ht;. -expressive grant on tbe part of the gentleFile depvtit eg- - unit the Umh; lire meat Stanford, Ky, jI j H 3,3TJ0 j ltJ-- 9 f county. Twelve of the 17 teacher-t in A. St. M'F.r.AXli. i M i p ?BXB attendance, 3 having been excueed for wood man, followed a long, a very long silenc, through the winter in a chrysalis slate in reason and 2 absent without excuse The during which the discriminating eyes peer- crerices and holes, Eikbt day of warm SBS3S8 B8 SCSVSftSSagg a, Sly. hi exetcisea were conducted by J 8. Hath ed intently through the giaea. Then, 'in a weather changes the chrynilis tn aa cm a voice of intense conviction "and they are Those we aee io winter are hatched out away, ayoung man of One attuicmenu and Aruyou faUInsr. try Wills' IIiiiLTn lis HEBBBHlHElHBBB.BHdHB M H s own too." FlieK do not nummer'n eggo trnm ""in, a jiuro, ciran, wnotesomu remarkable fitntiis foi this chancier of all 3f.ATflVII.Lr. URANUII. groV. Tney are full size when they change m" CD A schoolmaster in Iowa called hia pret- from the chrysalis work. He is, I believe, a tutor in stale. . .... r -- . i3 v nt- - .. "Norprarsr,- college in which several of the teachers tier pupil to hia desk and asked her if she NoaTUI)OUjp. w Lung. An t'noqualcd Intlgurmt. Curv, r ii.ii. Buckltn'a Arnica Salve. Ex. Hun. Ei. Hun. CD have studied. The ptrsocel of the instt would marry him. She replied promptly CD The best Balre In tbe world for Cuts, Brultea, Lve Covington.... lfcadaclio, Fever. Aue, Chills. Q lute were above tbe average both in Ul.nt that she would not. "If you were the last Sores, Ulcsrs, Salt Rheum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, 3 00 pm " Lexlugton.. 7 25 a ni1 4 30 pm DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. CD O and training. The programme made oat man oa esrth, and I was 40, instead of 1G," Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Paris .. a 15 a tu 3 29 pm cd Arr Mlllsrtbura , Nlcfl to take, trua merit, unequAleU for 8 17 p m by the conductor was comprehensive and she added, "I wouldn't takeyou-Resum Eruptions and positltely cures Piles, or no pay re " Carlisle....... 8 00 a ro 6 07 pm w quired. Is it guaranteed to glto per fell saUifac- s.1 cy B j uau.N lent carried out with masterly ability. The ing his character of pedagogue, he decided CD ?YYVl,B norvous.noBKnoss, tlon or money reloaded. Price Si cents per box. Msyirllle.. O q m , w 7 , p CD CD rxtzuni xiccunc. work of the association will compare favor- that her language was disrespectful, and For sale by Penny A McAllster. mninrin. c-f 1.00 ik-- but., 0 for4W.0D.nt Druirg1ts.l No. E. B. Wells, Jersey Citr, N. J.. T.H. A. ably with that of any I have ever attend- feruled the hand which he could not get CTQ CD tn CD ..Hally Dally Thousands SaSo. Ex. tiun.lEx, Sun ed. It waa my 'purpose to give the pro- matrimonially. The gtrl.now.Biies'him for Mr. T. W. Atkiot, airard, JCanaas, writes, "I - fcJ O rtLve Mtytvllle... gramme and the report of the committee damages. 5 41 a m I 'i0 p m e nerer hetltateto recommend your Electric Bitters " Johnson, ... c 6 30 a m 1 39 p m on resolutions, as rpecimen bricks from our my cutomers; they glre entlru talltfscllon and " Csrllsls to The preiient crezj is for chrysanthemums, Ms 13 7 21 a m 2 CD p til 7 41a m 3 Cj pm ," Mlllersburg.. edifice, but this paper is already too long a flower peculiar to the fall maon, the are rapid tellers. Electric Bitters are the purest W .?. Arr CD b 10 a 3 35 p n and best medicine kuownaad will potltlrely cure " Lexington perhaps, and I forbear. I beg leave, how latest bloom of the year. The significance 9 10a ru 6 00 Dm " t'lvlngton .... Kidney and Llrer Complaints, purify the blood II 80 a ml 8 33 W ever to give the following, which was ap of the j name is two Greek words, meaning and regulate tbe bowels. No family can afford to M panded t6 the report alluded to, viz: WwK,TTr,l'.:,run,,,llIT f'uB- - Knuxville "Having been for the last few days aaso "gold (lower," indicated that tbe origioal be without them, They will tare hundreds of SO eta. dated with Prof. J. 8, Hathaway in con enryaantnemum must have been one of dollars in doctors' bills every year. Sold at chu-Paib- a ,nU P""' 8oTrv,,,.nw?n,thr;.n,erT.'nJV.Irl..gUn Rn "J a bottle by Penny A McAllster. ducting the Teachers' Institute (colored), the simple yellow varieties. Train No, 0 Is dally Iteinnrknlile Curosof CAtirrhof tbe betwn r . of Lincoln county. I take pleasure in offer Illadilcr, Inilammatlon, Irritation of Kid- I"1'' LU' U A Walking Skeleton. Kn'oxvllle' to How Ht Dot a Position. tll'VS and Ill&dder. Htrmn nr nmv.l 111 inir this, my attestation to the marked c Mr. E. Springer, of Mecbanlcsburg, Pa., writes, the l"rofctato Oland, Droimlcal ixlniton snd rarls: No. 32. ,lllr ,lr,,lt a,,. CD applied for apoiltlaa tn a banktagnbouse In ability he has exhibited aad the acknowl bvrclllncs. Female Disease, Incontln- luog ferer and abscess on "I wss ence of urine, nil Discuses of tho GetUto-- I No. 33, edged efficiency of bis labors as the leader Walt atroat alx months ago, and although' I pror lungs, atlllcted with to a vailing iktlrton. Oat a and reduced L",D"" Urinary Organ In eltberser. For Unml arrlvoTsVl. flTs pfi. 1 iv ed my competency they would not take me. I had of our association I am glad that I have healthy' or Unnatnral Dlscliarcea use Fast Line; Not, 8 and 4 run via free trial bottle of Dr. King's New Dlicorery for ITIn.h.. found in him a pleasant, enlightened and been down on taj luck and looked old and ababbr. Consumption, which did me so much good that I CUanln'a Injection Hour." each $1. -alP Sll'HIMS, j An Idea struck me. I got up a new growth of hair Kor judicious assistant, and tender him the eltbor contracted or CD bought a dollai1 bottle. After using three bottles I CD bcrurlltary ralnt, itao Chanln'a Conatltu. of my personal thanks for his val- with Parker's Ualr Balaam, alted'a decent ault ol found myself once more a man, completely restored O tlon Hitter riynip, $1.00 per bottle, and :ked to any Clinpln'8 HyphUitiolllls, $2.00: rindCha. uable services, my best wishes for his wel clothes, applied agtln, and they took me In a min- to health, with a hearty appetite and a gain In dettlnatlon reached by rtlM r- -i pin s byuuilUio Halve, Jl.OO. 0 bottle 8. F. B. M0K8E, fire, and my hops that we shall meet again ute." So writes aclerk with 12,000 salary. The flesh of 43 pounds." Call at Penny A McAlIster's W. II. WHITTLESEY. CD Passonzer Acent. BmjP. U of Jills, 1 salvo, by on moral la plain. Parker's Hair Balsam glret a per in the common cause. 0) CD 1 as Trar. I'ass. Arent. Of Drug Store and get a tree trial bottle of this cernr At DniTM. , E. H. WaLLM. Jerney City. N? J.. U. B. J. A. Boole, Sapt. Ac." eon a new fice. - Large bottle-ra- t tain cure for all Lung Diseases.n. w. Lexington, ttj. fulleb QeneraUaoagtr. uca, i's agt Stmi-tfflttM- w' B Interiorlohrna! Pulpit Wit. PKOrKfMIOiUIi It is a matter of debate also, A DDI7C Bend 6 cents lor costase and metre I lllfcktfrre, a costly tax of goods, which will help all, ofeltlirr mi tn more money rlf ht awa than anything eln In this world. Kortunci awa the workers ato!utol nitre. At ome ad. drouTaUX A Co.. Augutta, Maine. ii -- TietW rErt nan, Attorney MilLKOOVv - v - lbb r. STJIIGEON DJSNTIHT, $200 Reward Through Trunk Line ever-tlwhln- roiitint. r. CARPENTER 1 SOUTH & WEST STOLEN! 1 Stanford Female run-nin- 61,-13- 101-2- 39,-61- i "MOJTOIV 3KOUTJE," TERMS MODERATE. Louisville, New Albany Railway. Pullman Palnco i MYERS HOTEL, and Still Reputation, ss 8TAHFQRP. KY. Propr ra life-bipo- d .... .. Wiac-eotl- I. n.- 7Vreator II. Baldwin A Co., Poet-cmc- e, i jR jjj "I o;' s eeataHa FA.TJEINT, k die-eaa- e "I T tin I ad-l- ce itnrett. -- rrj Lblil All !. nm L f er? "Fell I os LAND AND STOCK TORSAXE! s POSTED! Jl oa ,!! M-- !e Bn .. lt Pl ty," 6tx, y, Hi hsn; ri ar art ata y, TSffSi5i?Tns7aTffI7r n -- e g 1 m wfit (ss e -- ! 1 -a ijij - ii C'K . I 3O0-4- ii rTi-- H Q BaaTaaaawawaaBValBawalBwSBawaaawHeaBalBwawawawawawaSBw Bra Q P. a " 0 rcfij Q o Pi Pi ' unriu., tn. iUtu oj-j-- P HOUTH-BOf-J- o gPi P P j 111 P S WsgrB- r 'I O o w p, Sa.r j1""' bd " S o ti. K! Ex-jre- M c.w.S00,Kr- I I- -.