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Semi-weekly interior journal Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1884 sem1884111801 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 VOLUME XIII. 111 III itfeffo lonftral 18, 1884. STANFORD, KYM TUESDAY. NOVEMBER NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 303 iJi ii. ui ' Wi HaydGn s Store CLOSING OUT SALE .j&JF i ! i . ..r f,. ST-A-isrioiD- ;, zktst i Vr1 - In or to close out my Immense Stock of Dry Goods quickly for CASH, Qf Dry Goods, , ooo WORTH Notions, Boots and Hats, Clothing, Fancy rfcir etc., I offer at' retail Goods, etc at and below wholesale cost. Shoes, A greater portion of the stock is New AND SEASONABLE, having been bought for the present season's trade, and the goods are of superior quality and style, adapted to the requirements of the best trade. The. unseasonable goods in stock are selling BELOW FIRST COST and induce purchasers to buy and carry over for Spring and Summer use. Ctseat SEgaliaffi Hg itec!in a limited amount and slightly damaged goods, sold regardless of cost to insure quick sales. The sale i& of tail-en- d strictly for cash and no accounts will be made. J. W. HAYDEN. CaAB occasion, apeaklcg from hew? (which U not rsxg nliad m Itgal rldtDC.) la a I said that "Crab Orchard nu th. town whara mm Mighty bad men lirrd," ael m ratatadtxl by The Imtk kior JodftXAL'a corrctpoadeat at thU pltca that an tawilglloB would prata tha MMttloa iswomct. Well, k. wm right, and I taU It all hack', ht Crab Orchard It peablo and tba people Maisglj m happy m wen tkoM wUe awn ofthe Em whlUbtlag Raided to that klttork cllf by tke brilllaat etar of Btthltfcta. Oa SOBday lut tke kltberto abeeklBg topic, the Pmldantlal eltclioa, wm (haa a real temporarily, aa tke Intel non-a-da- Orchard, Kov. I7.0s raetat Hour lo Cit aVami Cliviknd't Chair of State. , , , At a recent wedding reception in South In 1882, when it was known tbat OroTtr CI.Ttlaad wat elected Governor of New Carolina, a young lawyer begged leave to York tbe dteaocratt of Buffalo presented offer a new tchtait of matrimony, which be e proposhim a munificent od unique chair. A believed would be beneficial.' dencripllofl af the chair makes an iattreat ed tbat "one man in the company should b paragraph. There ia a preliminary hiatory. selected at President; that thii President TAt Homt Angtl. A maautwt men all day Tht chair was conatructed for the Denver thould be duly twora to keep entirely to u Expoeitloa of 1882. Tbe CommlMioaert bad intended prcMBtlng it to Preaidtat Arthur, but be failed to attend the Exposition, aad tke ckalr waa offered for tale and purchased by Mr. J. F. DeWltt.of Bcf-fai- o. a4 litiTir1 itetWed tkat "lb DUiMJiil fialahed tad ClsTtlaad It our aezt fri&iawt." a4 tbe cltizeaa were deeply la&attadia tke refiftl at tke Bapllit akttrek. Tba pastor, Bar. J. M. Bruce, it tstWted in the meeting by Rt. II. T. Of rtichmoad, wko it aa caroeat and ttry interesting u well at aa eloquent proclalmer of tht goipel. In bit tennon jaut be Dan-kt- J, Sabbath morning he paid a demed com plitatat lo Bro. Bruce, and added: "I heard a baetatM man of Stanford ray tbat it tloet aa much good for Bro. Bruce to aluiply walk along the elreeta at ia accomplished by tome preechere in a lengthy dlpcourw, to much con6dence baa ererybody in him." Tbe large number ol pretty girl, here proTf that Crab Orchard fa Mill doing put In tualalnlng the reputation of Kentucky fcr beautiful women. J. F. W. alvtaya -- leld A recent cough will almost to tbe following treatment within two or three dayi: Mir in a bottle four ounces of glycerine, two ounces o'alcobol, two ounces of water, two grains of mcrphice. Shake well. D.ee for an adult, one or two every two or three hours. Half thin quantity to children from ten to fifteen years. It is not safe to give it to infanta or children under ten years. ly We copy a detcriptioa of this Chair of Btato from the Bafialo Courier of November 7,1882: "It it eompoted of the horaa of Texas steers, beautifully polished, forming the feet, arms and back. The horns are set with their b&set to the feat, to that the back it formed by two immense horns rising to an apex. The upholatering it In crimson silk plush, aod heavy crimson chenille fringe The tor of the bora are finished with knot of solid gold, one of which bears the inscription: "Presented by the Buffalo Democratic Club," and tbe other "November 7th, 1882 ' A footstool accompanies the chair. It is composed of four highly polished Buffalo horns for feet, a rest of crimson silk velvet." The WnoNO Man. Jonei well-know- waa a prac- hr "Well," said George, "I must go," and with tho Emma then he said good-nigAbbott attachment thereunto appertaining. If you must go, you muesed," replied "Look at my hair and rullle." Linda. Burlington Hawkeye. And he rullled. Judge Berry, of Montlcello, killed two deer one ehot last week. cum: kok 1'il.ks. mii of weight 1'IUa are froimntl) preceded I In tha back, loliu and lower Jiart of tli nbdomin, canting the patient to suppose ho has somnnffcctUm ct ttia kidneys or neighboring organs. At times, rmplomt cf Intligntlon nro present, as llatulonc), iineailneia of tho stomach, etc. A molitiire, llle pinplratlon, producing a ery dliagrwablo Itching, nfur getting varm, li n Tcry common attendant, Blind, Weeding and Itching riles ylld at once to the npplkatl mcf W. BonanVo'i Pile Komoly, hlcli act Hretljr upon tho ptrtf affected, aliorllng tho Tnoion, IU)5ni! the Intimt Itching nnd affcctlns u p imiiii'iit cure. 1'rlco W ccntf, Addrrai tho Dr. Iljuanlo MejTcint Co., PlquaJOhlo.' Sold by McKob. ertilfitagfi. tical joker. He it a simple, ordinary joker n saloon tbe now. He wai in a other day with his friend Smithers, and had looked several timea upon the wine when it was red; that is to say, had taken several beers. "Il'a awful good fun," he whispers to Smithers, "to go dp to a stranger and hit him a terrible paate in the back, as If you, knew bim real well, and say, "How de do Brown?1 or something of that kind. Then of courts, you say, 'Very sorry; mistaken identity, etc.' It is fun to see 'em wince, though. See me take that littlo fellow standin' over tbeie." Jones had epoktn rather louder than he intended, and the "little fellow" overheard him. He was no t , tbe celebrated other than sparrcr. He kept perfectly quiet, however, until Jones struck him, when he turned and let him have one between the eyea. He had proceeded to wipe the lloor with him, and when be got through Jones' own mother would not have known him. He is around (own again now, but wears a i patch over'one of his eyei, aod says that A countryman in search of a headstone jokes are rather senseleas, after practical for bis mother's grave pitched upon one all. Boston Globe the stonecutters had prepared for another Erie county, New York, Gov. Cleveland's person "I like this one," be said. "But," county, ia one of the strongest Republican said tbe other, "tbat belongs to another counties in the State. It gave Garfield in man, and has Mrs. Perry's name cut upon 1880atoijorltyof3,35i votes. The Gov-ern- it; it wouldn't do for your mother." "Oh, reduced that majority at the late yen it would," said the countryman. "She election 1,045 votes. This clearly shows couldn't read. And, besides," he continued the estimation in which ho ia held by those "Perry' was alwajs a favorite name of who knew him best. Boston Journal. hera." . light-weighor eret all communluttioaa that shooldba forwarded to him in his official department that night, and that each unmarried and lady thould tfrita hie' or her name on a piece of paper iad'iBuer the name of the psrion they- - with to marry, then hand it to the President .or inspection, and if any gentleman ( and lady had reciprocally choiea eich other, the President waa to inform each other, and those who had not been reciprocal in their choice kept entirely tecret." After the appointment of tht President, communications were accordingly handed up to the chair, and it was found that twelve ladies and gentlemen had made reciprocal choices but whom they had chosen remained in secret to all but themselves and tbe President. I was passing through tbe same place a fe day ago, and waa informed that eleven of the twelve matohes had been solemnized, and that tho young gentlemen of eight couples of the eleven had declared that their difference was so great, that they There is apparently no end to tbo use of certainly tthould not hare addressed their papar. We hive recently noticed its respective wivei if the above scheme had in makins pailr. house doors, and not been introduced. Charleston News. other articled of domestic ute, and now ob What Hubts Mn. Conkliso. I know serve, in an exchange,, tbat a factory In that within the last five weeks as members New Jeieey ia devoted to making countei from paper. No. 1 of the House will recollect, an extra strut panes and pillow-sham- s has characterized the eentlemen'a bearing. Manila it used, two large sheets being gumIt Is not bis fault. Ills tbe fault of an- med together, with small twine between other. That gifted and satirical writer, them at intervals of three or four inches Theodore Tilton, of the New York Jndc which strengthens tho paper and keeps it jxmknt spent some week? recently in this from tearing. Handacme designs are printcity. His letters published in that paper ed on the surface, and tbey are said to embraced, with many serious statements, a make a verv neat ornament for the bed. littlo jocoec satire, a part of which was the A poiaon republican said last week: "If statement that the mantle of the late Cleveland in elected, he will eeduce the Winter Davis hag fallen upon the member Goddess of Liberty before six weeks." A from Now York. The gentleman took,itrer-iouily- , democrat retorted. "No matter if he does; and it has given hit ttrut additional he'B tell tho truth; he wont say that be pomposity. The resemblance is great. It married her at Millersburi is striking. Hyperion to a styr, Thersites News. to Hercules, mud to marble, dunghill to Positive Cure for Piles. diamond, a singed cat to a Bengal tiger, a To the people of thU county we would ay that whining puppy to a roaring lion. Shade wehareboengWen tho agency ot Dr. Marchlal'a emphatically guaranteed of the mighty Davis, forgive the almost Itall&H nlo Ointment to cure or inodty refunded Internal, External, profanation of that jocose satire!" "Mr. Blind, Bleeding or Itching Pllea. Price 80 cents Blaine in Congress, April, 186G, a box. No cure, no pay. Fenny A McAUster, geo-tlem- repartee let, aUfttfof thftitrtet, and junior clerk taurine, the ways asd saying aad doing of ma until ha wearies of it all aod" when he cornea home is the evealag he want to tee a home angal, with bomellght in her face aad lovtlight in her eret, delicioualy womanly ia drees aad manner, with a voice at toft aa the var of the ttrret it hartb; a voice that ia made or coaxing aad petting; a face that it dimpled and beautiful browed, to that hit heart doth aafely trntt in her knowing that "the will do him good and not evil all the days of her life," "strength and honor in btr clothing," wisdom in her mouth, and "in her tongue tbe law of kindliest," with tbe beautiful hands that are stretched out to the poor and reach forth to the needy; whote woikt praise her in the gates, to thtt her huhand, also, win it known in the gate and ritteth among the elders of the land, he praleeth her, becaure he knowa of his success to thtt he owet nlne-tentsuch a wife. "Favor it deceitful and beau ty it vain," but tbe brighter qualities of womanhood are fadeless and are even "as the shining light that shineth more and more unto tbe perfect day." hoot-blac- k loi JteuaHJ. gawlUtea Utkk faltikt, (fob COMMERCIAL HOTEL! TWO EAESS FOB. SALE He? STATtTTFOltla, tttaU-voul- ' Arajou I hare rentaiti. abor. esnkally located Hotel, and bemerset pike, on. containing half mile east of Wayneeburs; Station, C.B. B.S, asd will us. r j- eftort to eLt entire satisfaction aMeaeJlS4AMO,mlM.Belhar said .sal public ' taaa; eaceeMeat tabto; Considerable fruit, plenty of waUr, tlaabw. dbmpntm QIvtB.east.k lmprerseaeau our. xera.ewy. to-t- IoStrfbraal two Bums, lrlast oa iti th. ats-ts- a A JB. CxufJaME, JO. SM-t- m FAB0KT& wayBeeoBqr, jjjrv Wool Carding & Spinning We are running our mill for Carding aod Spinning and doing good work. Wool Can be sent by express to us and returned same way; pack grease securely In bundles. Carding wklte rolls, 8 ets., black and eslxed, lOets., per pound wbsn areas. Is 2 cents afdea when we furnish It. Send on your wool and gtr. as trial. jbiaoy, HltchallsBurg, sty 37Ma d, THE DRUGGI61V HUSTOirVIIXEs - Is Prepariag for a Lively, 8 r c if. iraae. FA1.M TFOn SAMS Post-ofilc- e, ! His line of goods, In .very variety usually uoun 01 idb kiuu, lu a arii-cia- n large and complete. I offer for sal. prlrately my farm, near the A Coffer's Mill pike, 1 mile west of Alt. county, containing Lincoln Salem 67K Acres. Therels a Isrgs barn on tbe place ana the other improrements are fair. It la well watered and fenced. I hare S acres la tobacco and IB acres to corn tbstl will sell either with th. farm or not, aa the purchaser desires. Terms liberal. Callonoraddrest V. II. It VMS, 29 1.2m Mt. Mlem, Ky. Hui-tonTl- Judicious Alterations in tbo Internal rangements Seoure Boom Oomfert and Better Display. Particular attention la sailed to Ar- A Large and Elegant Additioa Stock, of Jewfllry, And articles o Tertu. te tto Saw Mill For Sale! offer for aale (privately) my Saw Hill, altuated ou Brush Creek, in Casey county, Ky. The Engine Is stationary; Boiler 4021: Koglne 10x20: Coun. onau m icei. bugtng saw ana urisi auu atn tached. The property la and Having determined to change my business, I OHIO & MISSISSIPPI II. The Direct Route to i. ir In Good Ettiiiialng Order. Timber plenty and accessible. I would be willing to exchsnge lor good form stock, such as Mules, Horses, Cattle, Ac. Persons wishing to engage In the lumber business will and a good opening by scplylng to 2W-- tf St. Louis & the West Northwest and Southwest by the way of JLOUISV1XLE or CINCINNATI. HUGH LOGAXf UustonTllle, Ky. Mrnlr. IT. Kentucky's Jlouto The only line runnings Easl Learlng Chattanooga for Urllle and Cincinnati rasia direct lonnectton at those points with the Lightning Express on tbe Ohio A Mlsilsslppl for Ht Louis and all points West. 1 r tt..,-- - Only from Loulsrllle or Clnda-1- U natl to St. Louis, being two hours quicker than any other line, glrlng our passenger, meals and first choice of anale lo train. time for going West. 12Hours Quicker JSSftS Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. ine golug by way uf Chicago. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OAES .w Cok-neotlc- mB O. & M. Alwaya makes A SOLnTTJRAIN Fast Time TB.OU and Sure Lon!sYllIeCiuclnimtlnnd Lex luKtou, Ky., With all Lines at WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same depot with fast trains tor St. Louis and Intermediate Point. No Ferries! No Oiuiilbus Trans- DNTe-rc- r Daughters, Wives and Mothers. We emphatically guarantee Dr. Marchlil't The Direct Eonte toLynchburg, Dan a female remedy, to cure Female Dlseu-eville. Norfolk, luch a Orarlan trouble!, Inflammation and -- AWt Ulceration, Falling and dliplacemmt or bearing Barrenneas, Change All Virginia and North Carolina down feeling, IrregaUrtttlea, Points. of Life, Leucorrhoca, bcaMe many weakneaaee For tickets and further Information, apply to aprlnglng from the aboe, like Headache, Bloatyour nearest ticket office, or address ing, a jlnal Weakness, Bleepleuneaa, Karvoue deW. J. Bicsn, W. K. ARNOLD, Advertising Agt Ticket and Pass. Art., bility, Palpitation of tho Heart, Ac For aale by U23 Fourth Ave.,LoutsYille,ky (land II 60 per boltle. Sood C, druggists. Prices W. HM1T1I, II. W. KUI.I.KK, ,toDr.MarchlsllWtlc,N.Y., for pamphlet, free. Qsn'l Manager, Uen'l I'ass'r Ag't Bichmond. Virginia. For sale ly Fenny A UcAUiter, Druggist. a, DruggUls. TaTorOi. fer! Connections made In Union Depot, 8t. Loots, with trains of lines going Weat, Northwest ami Souihwett. II you are going West to any point, call oa car willo to the underslgued. For full and reliable information In regard ts Land, Ac, In the Western StAWs, Msp. Quids and lowest special rates lor Tickets and Uousehol Goods to all points West call on or address O. H. ALBOF, Passenger Ag't Ohio A Mississippi lull war. Usrrodibnnr, Ky W. I). HUA1 1 UC, W. W. PE A.BODY. Fres'tandden'lMan'gr, Uro'l Tass. A gt, C. W. FAlllf, Central Passover Agent, Clnrlnnatl, Ohio, . . it i . The majority for Cleveland in this Amid the crush of election matter and the wreck of republictn hopjs, the govern- State Is about 60,000 tint The official vote of L'oiton gives ment at Frankfort should not be lost sight of 11,745. OF- November 18, 1884 of. To a cnlm and disinterested looker on, Cleveland a plurality Stanford, Xy., The official vote of Arkansas gives it seems that Gov. Knott is running the pardon machine with more vigor than ei- Cleveland 72,000, Blaine 61,511 and Butler W. P. "WALTON. ther tbe good of the country or the occa- 1,035. Ia a moro popular man than Bolva Lcokwood ovor was. Bolva got onThere- Is an increaso of 35 per cent, in sion demands. The pardon of Steele, the ly ono voto in Lincoln County tho Dr. gota tho support of all tho "" the democratic vote of Texas compared wilful murderer of Cspt. Welch in WoodGood Looking Ladios; ituo ugly ones trado olsowhoro.) ford county, was from no merit either in with that of 18S0. BKASONSt-IIoliHHbr- an HpurUlliiK 3Tw Joo!h, hcIIh cheap, Stone's majority oyer Turner in tbe the man or the case, but simply because he uicni-orlzcaim rivch u iiHiiilMonie pair oiviiHCM to tliu liulj' who BOOTS SHOES, Count Him was tbe brother of the wife of Commission Fiist Congressional district, ij 3,003, and ami rupmlH nt tho New Drug Nloro 1iIb HhI: Tlioy Could Medicines of AlCKlnds, er of Agriculture Davis. Every effort that over Huston, republican, 3 312 IIoIUm fur ths Babies, Spiers for Pickling, 8OI1D BV Talent Medicines, Unlmenta, Holiday (loous, could be made with monev and influence 'Blaine's oflkial plurality in Kansas is Blood Purifiers, Cough Mixtures, ltalr Renewers, be govToilet Soaps, His Averacre Official Plurality in had been brought to bear in his case before 03,313. St. John who ued tovotes. Face Fowders, Face Fulls, the courts and the fact that he was convicted ernor of the State only got 4.273 Toilet Bets, Olaiics for Falling Eyo, New York 1,107. Cigar forthe (lentlemen, Commercial Uatttie CjmU, The Cincinnati nt all, shows that he righteously deserved HalrOlli, Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Clolhea llnshis, got. charges the loss of New York to the republi Faint Brusbsi, Ro- - diath instead of the life sentence he Memorandum Books, The Last Shadow of Doubt Pocket Booki, Paper, It can not be charged that Gov, K not t cans to "tbe scoundrelism of Conkling." Envelope, Pencils, moved, Inkr, Conpowered even of bis fair share of philanP. Eraris Cameron, candidate f6r Feather Dusters, IjlUpf, Chimneys, In referenco to tho valuo of tbeso 8ongts, thropy for if there ever was a cold, calcu- gress in tho Fourth district of Virginia, Rsaors, Poclel Kiilres, A3BHK flIH. BE OUU XEXT rilESlDZ.NT. lating, celebrated Bootu and Shoes wo re- Violin Strings, Slates, man, he is that person will contest the election of Col, Jas. 1). Whlipr, Instruments tor tbe afflicted. spectfully refer you to tho following Chslk Crayous. and we had hoped that under his adminis- Brady, Mahono'n candidate. ralnti. Mixed Faints, Varnishes, over, the official tration the pardon business would be gov The gony la t Thero ure about 125,000 offices, large gcntloruen who have bought thorn and Smoking Tobacco for the grandmothers, Blldtted, been completed and erned only on merit and to further the ends and small, in the gift of the Administracount of New York has In short, anything you want, rrra li It be a coed looking clerk know their merit. Tho Hat ia taken electors have been. shown to of justice. But is there any right or jus- tion. Orer 52,000 of them are postofficcs, the Cleveland be chosen by a plurality of 1,096 for the tice in his remission of the State's part of mostly below tbe grade of Presidential ap- from memory and of course many ' lowwt to 1,230 far the highest. This rcRult the $5,0(0 bail furnished by several promi pointment which range from $1,000 salary names arc omitted: next day after the election, nent Louisville men for D. K. Maeon, the upward. There are 00,000 offices-holder- s Harrow, R E. wukn6wn the bat dying men will catch at straws and the rascal who to avoid ths punishmont for his subject to removal, most of them postmasT. D. Nowlaud, republican leaders hoped against hope to crimcj, fled to Ctnada? These men went ters. Saniford Irwin, find Bomethinu in the official canvas of on Mason's bond with their eyes open and In 1810, when Harrison ran against P; D. Albright, the vote, which would give them a chance it is nothing but right that since they turn- Van Buren, there was a difference in the DKALEIt IN James Dudderar, i to cry fraud and eventually succeed in ob ed him out of jail that they should pay the vote in Maine of only 411. in Michigan of Hardware, Homo Shoo. GrovcriCM, II. O. Bright, NaildlcM, vote of New York for State what they had bound themselves to 1,835, in Pennsylvania of i ,3 15, in a total taming the electoral - Iron, IVhIIh, lticciiHwarc, HiikkJ' Whips, but the work is finished, the last pay. We regret the necessity of having to vote of 287,097, and in Virginia of 1.392. J, E. Bruce, Blaise, I"RKy WhcclN, N(ovch, hope is gone and the rascals reluctantly ac- criticise our friend the Governor, but we Between Clay and Polk in 1S41 there Cane Millx, HarueHM, F. J. Curran, NpokcH, GnilON, knowledge at last that they must go. It is honestly believe that he need a the check of were differences in Louisiana of 701 votes, Cider MIIIn, Lap Covers, Ed, Carter, ItiuiH, Ntouuwarc, Corn Micller, Collara, judgment day for them for they know public opinion, or the force of papular con- in New Jersey, 823, and in Tenneese, Polk's C. E. rartin, that when the books of the government demnation, to atop him in his dangerous home, Clay led him by just 113 votes. In Geo. T. McUoberts, Oliver Chilled, Champion Steol and Brinley Combined Flows, Wooden and shall be examined by dem6cratic experts, course. 1S48, between Taylor and Cass, the differW. T. B. White, , Gait Pamps, and tho Celebrated Mayfleld Elovator. Tin Roof. mass of corruption, thievthey will show a Tnn democracy promised 'a great deal In ence between votes for the two was In Alaing and Guttering will have prompt attention. ery and Jibbery hardly to be imagined. No the late canvass and the people having en- bama, 931; In Delaware, 623; in Iowa, Isaac Phillips, WoKsissrv, wonder therefore that they died hard. It trusted it with power on the strength of Halemnifi i Johlt' Jlrtu,,tt G15 and in Virginia Rev. II. C. Morrison, in Mississippi, j wan a bold attempt to feel the public pulse these promises, every 'tain in the party John S. Murphy, and had not the democrats all over the should feel it his duty to assist as much as Craig Lynn, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. country shown that the presidency could in him lies to their fulfillment even to the Smith Baugbman, announced them, very letter. It is estimated that the Nile expedinot bo stolen but once and Gov. Cleveland could not con Eld. Joseph Ballou, selves ready and willing to contend to the scientiously, even if he were so inclined, tion, under Gen. Wolseley will cost EngDr. Hugh Iteid, bitter end, if needs be for their rights, the give us an entirely partisan administra land 370,000,000. The mill at Gethsemane Abbey, on the republican managers would ha vV made a tion, for he owes to much to the indepen Judge M. C. Sautley, second attempt to thwart the will or the dent voters all over the land. But it will Knoxville Branch, owned by the Trappists George Logan, people. There will be no bloodshed how- be his duty to urge the abolishment of burned Friday. Loss $20,000. Dr. J. G. Carpenter, i Ten persons were killed and twenty ever. Grover Cleveland will be inaugura- every unnecessary office and the reduction DXiLXiS IX- John Boaley, corted on the 4th of March next and the of taxation to the absolute expenses ol an others injured by a railroad accident on the A. R. Penny, rupt republican party, held together no economically administered government. Texas Central railway, at rlempstead, Tex. Drugs, Books, Stationery and by the cohesive power of office, will True the democracy will be unable to make Ben Johnson, an old man, was given Judge J. M. Philips, loader Fancy Articles. Praise any gteai leicrmg at urst, Handicapped aa a life sentence at Louisville, Saturday, for begin its process of disintegration. . Peter Carter, Pbyslcl ana yrt script loni accurately compounded. Ged, Who has given us such a victory. it is by a republican senate, but every raping Sallie Nagle, a 13 year old girl, both W. E. Varnon, .Alio promise made in our platform adopted at white. WJ F. McClary, Tkb saeanest and most diabolical liar on Chicago must be redeemed at the earliest A monument erected at Freehold, N. JohnBright,Sr., the lace of the earth is the editor of the possible moment. We have won by a J., to commemorate the battle of Mon Qaeianati Commercial Gcaetlt. Four years small Willio B. Walton, The Largest 8tock of Watches, Clocks, margin in the State about which mouth, 1778, was unvailed Friday; 35,000 ago in a fit of honest indignation ha pro- there was any John Dudderar, persons were present. Jewelry and Silverware doubt and we should theretested against the nomination of Blaine fore be the One woman was instantly killed and a more earnest in restoring confiTom Stone, Krsr brought to tbl, market Prlc Lower than charges tod urged as bad if not worse the Lovrtt. Watrbot, Clocka and Jewelry He. dence in our party and making it deserving man almost fatally injured by skyrockets Charles Crow, paired n short notice and Warranted. agsuasi him than hava been brought out bjr of exploded during a Democratio celebration the success it has achieved. Rev. J. M. Bruce, Blaine was not nominated the canvass. at Westburyport, Mass. The New York Tribune, Blaine's acG. G. Helm, that year, but when he was thia year, he . ', stamps for the The sales of commenced at once to curry favor with him knowledged organ, which has contended last 9 months of the fiscal year were 1,1 Master Peyton, nd the Plumed Knight's most trusted since the election that Blaine had carried three-ce859,000,000 against J. A. Harris, Jieateuant could not have been more fawn-t- its State, says in its issue ot Sunday: "Gov. stamps sold the year before. Zan Dudderar, in his attitude or fulsome in his praise Cleveland is elected president by a pluraliTne Madisonvllle Times has resumed Reuben Williams, than wus Marat Hahtead. Unable to get ty of a little over 1,100, in a vote of near- publication, but we are sorry to learn that Wm. Carpenter, bailee before a sufficient audience in his ly 1,200,000 in this State. On the morning the editor Mr. Zsno. F. Young ia still unD. B. Holtzclaw, Cincinnati pap:r, he rushes to New York after the election we believed there was a able to do any work on it. DRUGGISTS UNO PHARMACEUTISTS; and with the assistance of the republican plurality a few hundreds smaller than this D. Perkins, The Director of the Mint estimates Bfttieaal committee publishes a sheet full on the other side and until the New York the amount of money now in the United George Penny, it Tile matter, which though nominally aod Brooklyn figures ,were developed we States, both paper and coin, has reached the P. H. Carter, priced at a cent was in reality given away. thought there were re isons to believe that comfortable sum of $1,800,000,000. E. O. Walton, Had in the desire to get on the good side pf the plurality would not go above 500 either Mr. E. E. Hockersmitb, of the Madw A. F. Evans, the man he hoped would win, he let no op-- 1 way. Though over double that, it is still a sonville Times is dead. He was ope of tbe Wall Paper, Drugs, Wines, ' 'MHsdcal ; . Thomas House, portunity blip to show his servile disposi- very small rate on wnicn such monumen-tou- s brightest and most promising young jour ' Klqher Chemical, "Hb&kn, iHfttrtteiucHt, consequences 'hang- - Wo profoundly b'ero k ignomiaiously now, that hU tion Hull. Dudderar, Brecken-ridg- e lMllltH, ClzarH, NtHtiencry, Pocket x nalists on the Kentucky presr. Hoapsu OIK TniiaccoH, deffited, he eees how he baa stultified him-- lf regret the result, but it is the duty of every Cutlery, Daniel Stagg, Jr., News. sLU III pB, Perfumery, I'lre Arias, MackiH and made him aa ass in the eyes of all good citizen to accept it, and to give 'to the R. B. Woods, Dr. Henry Blackburn, brother of our Needles. honest people, he wreaks his frenzy in. the President elect the respect the office de- - Senator-elect- , (foods Department In Is Charge orcrt. Onr Jowelrr, Silverware and tiutlcal died in Arkansas, Saturday. Richard Orr, against an unofendlng p:o-4s- manas." Taos, ltichards, who will Repair (Vatclics and Clocks Promptly and lathe meanest of lies This makes the second death in tbe family W. P. Walton, style. la his Saturday's paper be charges There was a c'oae election in New York in a little over a week, Mrs. Mary Morris A. K. Denny, ibat the democrats not being able to wait when Jackson was a candidate in 1828, the being the first. yor the offices of letter carrier, are murder- Sfate giving him a plurality ol 5,350. In Richard Cobb, secCol. W. W. Dudley reports to tbe ing the republican holders right and left. 1814 Polk had a still narrower margin 5,- - retary of the Interior that there were S22,- R. T. Mattingly, 4nd that the Southern people are running 100 Lincoln in bis second campaign car- 750 pensioners at the close of tbe year, the W. J. Daugberty, V home at the point ried New York by only 6,707. There have yankee school-teacher- s amount paid during the year being Dr. M. L. Bourne, Commercial Oazettc been nearly even contests In other States; J the bayonet. The and the total since 1866 being Wm. Daugherty, leserres to be boycotted by every honest for instance California gave the Hancock $078,340,834. Johu W. Baa tin, electors a plurality of only 07; but what tin the Smth. ' Tbe charters of 721 National banks, AND makes tbe closeness of the New York elecF. M. Flenner, Blaine, having an abundance of leisure tion particulsrly remarkable is the enor- with an aggregate capital of over XTui-iaitui-- e John Ferguson, will expire during the year 18S5. a his hands, might now devote some of mous total vote, tilling little below a milGeo. Dunn, The capital invested in National banks was hie time to pushing his libel suit against lion and a quarter, and equaling the entire A Full aud complete aasorltiicnt of Furniture, embracing increased about $15,000,000 during the W. H. HigginB, paper, but he woot. The popular 'he Indianapolis vote of Van buren in 1848. erylhlue from the Cheapest to the Finest Parlor Suites.' Ne year ended Sept. 30, 1884. pablie ia pretty well satisfied anyway that Mike Elkin, Heed te go to the largo cities to luako your purchases, no matter 8am Randall said in a speech to the The trial of S. G. Rogers and his eon ie educed his wife and he does not care to Walker McKinney, what quantity or quality you want, as I can and will duplicate have it clinched by proof in open court. Tammany crowd: "The democrats must for the murder of 8. J9. Rogers' two Robert Ferguson, any prices you can obtain elsewhere, freight being added. Also William and Tom, about two years By the way, it ia most fortunate for tbe bring the Government down to economy W. F. McKinney, a full assortment ol Cofllns, Nhrends and Holies, embracmorals of the country, that a seducer will and they must reduce the great revenues of aeo. has iust been concluded at Mount ing all the New Ntylcsboth cheap aud expensive. Ware rooms Boss Dillion, of our governmental at- the country, because I say that a redundant Olivet, Ky., and the jury returned a vernot be at the head opposite Nt. Asaph Hotel, Stanford, Ky. John Bright, Jr., tire, nor will a woman who strayed from treasury is a great injury to the common dict of not guilty, as the Commonwealth be path of virture occupy the position of people, and I say that the power is not failed to make out a case. The CommonH. J. Darst, TAYLOR'S DpER given. I look and read the Constitution wealth never makes out a case when the the first lady in the land. Jno. S. Owsley, BOSS CW . -. A -- O?. of the United States in vain to eee any au- party accused is very wealthy. rv j a Co. i VJW JB3rt James A. Carpenter, Joiik Bcrsii, who haa been pronounced thority to collect one dollar beyond the nilty of murder in tbe first degree by economical requirements of the GovernThe republicans have not got rid of Adam Pence, CH AMBERSBURO, PA. torty-eeve- n jurors, will be hung at Lexing- ment, and no more than Blaine. In his bustling Ufa he has played J. E. Florence, that muBt be raisFive 'Awards at tho Louisville Exposi ton Friday for the killing of Miss Van-Met- ed." What better tariff reform doctrine do many parts, from lover to leading man, iMJ&J&WW ' , tion in 1883. Matt. Hutchinson, more ago. His case of five years or and he is now about to essay the role we want than this? Knglnes frcmi fto 2Whorw poer. gaw JIUli ftoir Gabo Walters, martyr. He has not the slightest expectanae been before both the Court of Appeals ' f 200 to the largett standard aires. Portable Cbrr. 1 ig Eft Mills from th, North Carolina Mill Stone Co., ths Robert G. Hail, TuEP.Eis no end to Mr. Cleveland's good tion ol being counted In this year, but in "7JT- if Kentucky and the Supreme court of the )eit Mills n the world for makloK weal for table ' luck. It turns out that an eccentric rich 1888 he will grab the republican party by use. Wrlto for prices. Address II. Ballou, United State. man of Pittsburg made a will several years the throat if there be any throat to grab Rev. A. C. Newland, GEO. D. WEAREX, Axoon old negro man in Mississippi ago making the first democratio President and demand a "vindication." Portland Addio King, -- ut his throat and died when told that OENEnAL AOT., a sort of residuary legatee. Br this docu- (Me ) Eastern Argus. P. HAMTON, rTTT-llfJesse Walters, Cleveland was elected. He firmly believed ment Mr. Cleveland will come Into the pos TrarelloK Agent. BTAxroao, Er iststss imiCAiica J. H. Bright, "Hough on Kats" clears out Ilateand Mice. 18c, hat that meant his return to slavery and session of about $50,000 for the use and beChas. Dunn, "Rough on Corns" for Coins and Bunions. Ifc. the infernal white republican who duped hoof of the democratic party and the perDr. Lee F. Huflman, Thin rcople, "Wells' Health Renewer" restores death, deeerves to be hung for petuation of democrat! principles, lira to his health and vigor, cures dyspepsia, Ac. ft. And a host of others. Harder. on Blaine gives it up with as good grace as "Roughwho Toothache" gtres Instant relief. 15c. The Buell stock is tanned by tho would retain freahness anil Tlraclty, Ladles The State of Delaware only gave Beast possible and says he will henceforth devote don't fall to try "Wells' Health Renewer." long time cold liquorpro-- 1 number exactly his time to literary work. The fact of the Sailer 6 Totes, the same "Buchu-palba,- " -great kidney and urinary cure. ANDthereby producing soft and pleas cess, rats, mice cleared Flies, roaches, ants, bat Lincoln county gave him. But this business he says, "I never did want to be method ant wearing material. Any 'on't prove that we have any more d. (a President." And he never will, we may out by "Rough on Hats." 15c. "Bough on Coughs," troches, I5c; liquid, 35c. that will tan stock in tea to thirty the equare inch than the litte 8tate, for add. i For children, slow in development, puny and days in order to make it cheap will imcoln ia nearly as large aa it is. TnEElizabethtown JVcua Is as beautiful delicate, use "Wells' Health Renewer." A Large Stock of the following "Rough on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try It. 16c. unavoidably destroy its life, and when figures that as a bride in its nice new drees,wh!ch It donnTh Louisville Commercial Nerrous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Bexual Debility ed with its last issue. We congratulate you, tho oil used in dressing evaporates tho 1eexpnW8 of electing a President foot up gentlemen, on being able by "Wells' Health Ilenswer." 81. to buy an outfit cured Mother Bwan'a Worm Syrup, for feTcrlabnesa, leather becomes hard and brittle. A The editor evidently thinks t4p30,O0O. these very hard times. worms, constipation; tasteless. 25c, his is far too great a sum to expend and should convinco you Baker Grain Drills, Bucke.vo Orain Drills, 8tlnglng, Irritation, all Kidney and Urinary single thought will take his $0,- ELECTON NOTES. mcBherry Orain Drills, Hoosier Orain Drills, "Buchu-palba.- " hea get a President that SI. complaints cured by that notwithstanding tho difference in Night sweats, farer, chilli, malaria, dyspepsia, price, 00 efice from him. Mississippi's delegation to Congress is Kalamazoo Harrows you can better afford to buy Champion Sulky Plows, Ohampion Steel Beam Plows, cured by "Wells' Health Kenewer." Oider Mills, Oane Mills. Oano M 11. V.nnrnn., t-- .j electoral rote Is 210, 18 solidly democratic. My husband (writes a lady) Is three times the Buell's Boots and Snons. CusvelaNd's Ohio's official returns show a plurality man since using "Wells' Health Benewer." 51. jore than la necessary to election and 37 Buggioa, Carriages, Surroya, Spring Wagons, Farm Wagons, If you aro falling, broken, worn out and ner&o. received. His popular for Blaine of 31,082. aore ifaaa Maine vous, use "Wells' Health Benewer." SI, Col. W. C.P. Breckinridge's majority Solo Agents for Buell's Boots & Shoes, A few Mollnc and Burst aiid Iirndley SnlUy Plows nt a quarter of a million. In lajority la fully Fretalence of Klduey coruplalut In America; Less than for Congress is 15,050 . Cost to close out. Bucbu-pilbi- " STANFORD, KY. sa 'nick, complete cure. SI. rath it was indeed a famous victor. Stmi-MttMsItttcriorlou-- DON'T FORGET DE. BOURNE - CLEVELAND. uui. Not BUELL & THE NEWDRIJG STORES ilrt M t I GEO. H, BRUCE &C0. level-heade- d lt W. H. HIGGINS I "' 9; 2. j ) TATE S PENNY PHARMACISTS, JEWELERS. 'f two-cen- ts nt B M'ROBERTS&STAGG ': , Opera Hpfee Block, ad 3. tot -- B. Jar Ami Mi Jml jWiFJIHI $50,-908,69- 7, DMDERTAKER, $189,-000,00- 0, Iealei- in ! er bro-ther- s, Caes, m wm . run m. ff- v Taylor Manufacturing er S"t3r.X rSSa, - GEO. D. WEAREM, COMMISSION MERCANT bed-hug- s, MANUFACTURERS' AGENT. n.... GE0.H.BRU0E&00., h immnmuHnpiuwii'W f iijmait'wwi -- 3httC iwffillccftlfij ntenorjournal Stanford, Ky., November 18, 1884 LOCAL TIME j Smoke the Hlguins.' J. I. 0. at W. II. Iliggins,' Ac. Meat cutters, lard cans, at W. H. We l.&N. Mall train solng CRD. .13 p, u. A.M. J..M. Holar See our big advertisement mean business. Urlght & Curran. i m.1 M Hoitih... . I II Eirrrstraln" Houth.... .. 1 Norh Tbe store li calculated on standard Unit, tlmt t about 20 mlnntM fastor North... r. u. The nicest and largest assortment of tea cakes and jumbles ever brought market at S. S. Mvera'. to this LOCAL NOTICES. UUV Several smart young fellows here hot on Illalno and got left. As they are demo crats we nro especially glad of it. 60MKH8ET will celebrate the great victory Mr. Jus. W. Alcorn, of this place, will be ono of the speakers. your school enny. bvoka from Tate it i llobcrUu'iHUjui'j. NEwakide of ready mixed palnU for iprinjc (ra Jo at Mcltoberta A HIibrV. WATciieh and Jewelry repaired on bort notice nnu warranted br J ate ft Penny. A complete atock of jewelry, latest Ptyle, JCcckfonl walchea n fjitclalty. Tate A Penny. Dounr.n and elnpln barrel ahot un rangini; from $3 to $100. Alo ammnnl. tion ol all kinria at .MoHflbcrl V StaRgV PERSONAL. HKAixjirAriTKiis for chool book at Mc Persons indebted lo tbe firm of S. S. Myers & Co., will please settle at once as we need the money to pay our bills, was never so delightful and so protracted a spell of good weather in November as the one we are now enjoying, but it looks now like it is over. Thkiie Rink Openino. Incompliance with the request of many of the young people, the Mil. C. K. Gk.nty bai removed to proprietor of the skating rink states that it be I'arli. opened (or a short season next Friday night, M. I'r.YTO.v, Kscj , went to London iHst. y. J Advocate is the worst thief in the business. It taes from a quarter to a half column a week from this paper mostMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. ly verbatim and never a credit does it give. is not often that we grumble about such It Managed by Jno. B. Fish. things but we do not care to run down The mail route from this place to items for tbe bens fit of a sheet too f mall in Roundstone has been discontinued. The - of juMice to give credit. its li!amail now goes around on the K, C. railThe anxiety for office is manifesting it road. A new postoffice called Wildie baa self to some degree here and every fellow with that kind of itch wants (0 be In time. ben etablihed at the mouth of Clear creek on the Kentucky Central and there Is There are several applicants for the but we take it tbat whoever gets It an application for another at the mouth of will have to wait about a year, or until Brush creek. Of tbe fourteen postofficcs in RockcasMr. Alford's time expires. He will not be ousted sooner unless for cause and fudging tle county, only four of them ure kept by from his pist record he will give no cause. republicans and there is a good prospect He has made us a capital poitmaster and it that these four will be kept by democrats gives us plessure (0 testify to his unvarying after the 4'.h of March next. bjrninr, The telegraph office which was formerOt'ii young business manager, Eldle K)lltencss and accommodating spirit. If C. Walton, will spend the week with tie his democratic successor will do as well we ly kept at Pine 1 1 ill has been removed to Brodhead. Mr. Cae It still in charge of 1'iilsAl and Wayne people, togtrethem a will be more than satisfied. the keys. Cbance to subscribe to the best and cheapest has been quite amusing to watch the Mr. James Maret, our clever and ac paper in the Stnlf, (3entemeu you can all ' h post-office, 'Ana Annie Lauiiik Hanky Is visit-In- j friends t Shclbr Citf. .Mns. John W. Holt Ins returned from a rWt to her mother In .Missouri. Mk.CS. Ha Lusir and wife,,o(tClar rrtl, were the bursts of Mr. eind Mrs! Jno J. McKobrrfa. Mn J. A. Caiipznteii and . wife hare gone Tfillfng for a. week, Mr. W. M. Uo- rib uas muse oi toe depot in tbomean time. Km. A. 8 Morrvrr, of Winchester, a., on a rt'lt to his friend Her. I. S. Mo Klroy, presched here twice Sunday and the Iarjf- - oonjnt;atlon were delighted with his e oque nt elucidation of the Scriptures. Mb. Jiiita (I. .Uvzws has been called upon uy Totem oi wanl. to run for Councilman. "a more honel and conscientious man could be leWctcd. Mr. (Hteos (watae ability and the right kind of ambition in politic tht will jet win euccras ILoutaville CmimerciaS. Dit. John 8. Coomi and wife, ltte MissJielKed) bare settled at Lebanon and Mrs.Cooprr brgina married life aright br waking her Urge lord subscribe to tbe Intkhioii Journal. Perhaps the piper and her Influence combined may reclaim the Dr. as a brand from the republican $ Dissolution Notice. Myers A Co , The firm of S. S having been devolved by niU' tlal coneot, by the retirement of W, M. IloIe, the busincH will be continued at the same old stand by S. S. Myers. One beauty of Hie change that a demo cratic administration will bilng about is politicians that the many little one-hors- e who have been subsisting on government pap, will have to go the menial work God intended them for, else steal or starve. The Danville meeting in progress at the Baptist church. Rev. J. M. Bruce is assisted by Rev, Mr. Daniels, of Richmond; there hivo been several addi tions to the church to dnto. Fox ft Rice bought the following stock here last week of J. M. Hail: 18 butcher cattle from J to3Jo 1 work hone of T. C. Coffey $75, 1 plug mule of Otis Newland $70. James Guest bought of Stuart & Hoi-ma- n 20 scrub calves at $8 per head. The Cleveland and Hendricks club met at the court room last Saturday nt 3 o'clock r, M. and after some deliberation agreed lo have another ratification of the election of Cleveland and Hendricks at Crab Orchard next Thursday night Nov. 20lh. The following committee of arrangements were appointed! W. M. Howard, W. T. Siunders, W. M. Jones, W. M. O'Bryan. Hal. Mooro Bnd W. A. Carson-It- . II. Bronaugh, S. D. Hardin, John Ihlley, W. M. O'Bryan Com. on subscription. W. M. O'Bryan and R II. Bronaugb . 11 m. 01 invitation. I. H&uoders was elected Cbief Marshal. John Biilev, Chiel Assistant. Oa nio'ion tli following resolu tion was adopted: That the democracy ofCrab Orchard and vicinity, extend a cordial in vitation to the democrats of Lincoln, Gar- rird and Rockcastle counties to come and participate with them in their ratification Thursday night Nov. 20tb. Time will be given the people who attend church to dlspersebefore the ceremonies berfin. Tbe Cora, on nrrangoments will leave nothing undone to make the occasion a success. 'We hope our neighbors will turn out and give Os a crowd. The following speakers are invited and expected to be present. Gov. J. B. McCreary, Col. W. G. Welch, Hon. M. J. Durham, S. M Uardett.W. E. Var-noJ. M, Fish, Casper Williams, F. F. Bobbin, W. O. Hsnsford and Hon. John C, Thompson. n, Then is quite an interesting Dr. IlOSANtCO. Tli I minis list to f.imlllnnvltli the moil of pfolo throughout the I'nltH Stntrn tliat It U (tint ho In tho originator nt Imnlly iitf rmry to tho grrnt Dr. llo.nnko'j Cough nml I.unn Srti, tho proplc's fiut.rll rfmnljr, )irTfr known, for Coughs. CnM., t'ontuiuptlcii a nil ll aflVctiuns ol thi Throat anil Lungi. I'rlca CO cents tuJ 81. CO. te A SPLENDIDCHANGE Having determined to go West to engage in business, we will commence (Mil hv JIcRol-ert- s A Statui. NKVT ADVKIlTISKMK.tTN. Mules for Sale F29S-- ! On account of my filling health, I offer for tale ray well known work Mules, It) liacds high, tigtil to tbe can, sound, gentle snd trus pullets, anil when I adTtrllM in Thk Iniksiob Joubnai. I bar nercrltlled to oil. nr.il noon at that. T. T. HA VIKHH, UtanlorJ, Ky. LOST blue-tlck- A SETTER BITCH About six months old, whits with black spots at jvo on lody; had oln!htr etch eje, square rliiKi In It. Any information lead-lti- g to her recovery will ln appreciated. 11. c. 312-- lt Stanford, Ky. Admx.' As Administratrix r.fthe estate of '.I. 11. Lytic, dte'd, I will oiler at public aalo to the hlghtat bidder on REDUCING Sale! OUR STOCK mtiaiiT, 1884, TUESDAY, DEC. 2, At the late residence of dttedrnt about 4 miles west of Stanford, the personal property of the decedtnt, consisting of Threo3-yMrol- d Sleers, 3 yearling Htoers, 3 ml lie Cows and Calm, a lotof Calre.i, Steers and Heifers, 4 Mules. 2 Horses. Q fat Hot,', about 100 bushels of Wheat, Household and Furniture and Farming Implements. Tkiims.' tor all sums ol Sluaud tinder, cash; oter that amount, a credit of lour months on notes with good security, bearing Interest from day ol sale sod payable in bank. t ALICR II. IjVTfjr, Admx. J0J-3- From this date at greatly reduced prices. We will sell all at cost, consisting of Farm-Implemen- ts AIMIINISTKATOK'S Sale of Personalty! As Administrator of tbe estate of Leo Harden, deed., I will on the premises, near titan- ford. Ky , on Wagons of all kinds, Buggies, Carriages, &c, All kinds of Plows, Sulky and Turning Plows, And wo will be glad to entertain a proposition from any one wanting the entire stock, and can prove it to bo the best paying stock in Stanford. THURSDAY, Bctlno ngnt 10 o'clock NOV. a, m., 20, 1884, atore-roo- Bpeak at once if you want lo, for he is a livelr young man and will be sure to catch the faintest, whisntr. if it acromnantnl br a two dollar William. .. L9CAL MATTERS, Fnciii Fistt always on hand. ris. J. T. HarA I'uke Sorghum CurraoV. molaerc at Bright I)o jou want a- - nice present? Itourne'i) offer in his advertisement, in am i See " HrLLA Mooue, the "Mountain I'lnk" will not be here as announced on the 21th, owing lo achaog in her route. . ..ii m MtH m Wiiwant a1( those .indebted to us for meat, coal and lumber to come and pay us now at we need the money to buy hogs. Williams h Kameey. Dressed turkeys e selling at 45 cents Thursday ie Thanksgiving and still no per pound in Paris,. one has sent ua a turkey, It will be mighty At J, J. Wftlker.'a sale in Garrard, corn hard to feel tbaok'ful if we have to eat our In the heap fold nt $2 per barrel. ordinary grub pn that 'day. I have a lot, pf borne grown clover seed tor sate. ThorntonPorler, Gilberts Creek. " S. S. MrtM says ho is determined to cut Danville Court. A fair crowd and his stock down and persona can get bargains by calling and giving him a trial. about the untial supply of slock. Cattle sold at 3 to Scents, Save money by paying cash. Foil Sale. Four pairs of good horses, Mn. W. M. Boole, lonslng for bis first two pairs fine mules and a lot of dry and love, has quit the grocery business and milch cows. Stock can be seen at !l. K. gone back to the h. A N. Mr. Myers can Gentry's. F. J. Campbell. Btill bo found at the old stand. Beoj. Henry delivered 100 head of & sale cheap, Dederick Hay Pre. hogs averaging 287 pound, to Henry Foil Bourbon, on an old contract at .beat made, good as new, rn be run with nnih,of Carlisle Murcury. cents. either sleaui rr horse power. Address Wm. Barn burning is becoming an every Ky., or call on or CJocch, OllberiV Creek, night business in tho tobacco raising counaddress Geo. D Wearen, Stsnford, Ky. ties. Two were burned in Jessamine last !! Janes Dennett, a drunken atone cutter, week, causing a loss of $4,000. The only pillowed his head on a railroad rail near way to stop it ii to. burn the strongly susLivingston and went to sleep. An engine pected parties In tbo fl lines they have made. came thundering along and pnssed over The anneal tobacco fair at Georgetown him, stringe to nay, injuring him only to will ha held on December 0, when several the extent of a broken nose. hundred dollars will be distributed in premiums to the growers of the best specimens o We would like to know where the shown from Scott, Woodford, Jessamine, Si'jnal got its information that the 'Negroes of Stanford burned two livery Mercer, Boyle, Garrard,Msdieon and Clark stiblts tho eight 01 the celebration causing counties. The Harrodaburg Tobacco Fair will be a loss of $10,000 " U it had gone to our held Nov. 22J, when premiums to the paper for information, as it had plenty of time to do, it would have seen that the amount of $300 will be awarded, principalntables burned were private ones and tho ly to be paid by our enterprising neighbor, Our raisers of the weed losi altogether not $750. Editor Phillips the Democrat. would no doubt find it profitable to corresshould endeavor to pin himself down to pond with F. D. Spotswood, Editor, the cold facts and not go off half cocked. Ky. - The Winchester Democrat saya. "We Walker, Waits & Collins' combination understand that 0. lot of young fellows at sale of jaicks and jennets came off WedStanford, bent on having a little fun, gath nesday. Sixteen jacks averaged $591 per ered up five oi six negroes Saturday night head and eleven jennets about $142.75 per and exposed them for sale at mock auction. head. The sale BggregatedSSll.025. It. Such action was very funny, no doubt, but C. Boggs has sold his splendid far of C3J just at this time such trifling might work acrej on the Big Hill pike, near Richmond, very serious disaster," No such silly do- to Mr. Thos. R. Parkins, of this county, ings ever occurred here. On the other for $110 per acre, cash. Richmond Reghand our people are doing all they can to ister. eradicate from the minds of the colored the CRAB ORCHARD, LINCOLN COUNT?. belief, instilled by designing and dirty Miss Jennie McAlister of Danville and white republicans, that they are to go back to slavery now that the democrat!) have the Mies Annie Coons, of Lexington, are visitnational government. Many of them are ing Misa Louanna James. Miss Jennie Buchanan's sale came off deeply set in their convictions that they and it is no jok- last Saturday, nothing sold except some are to be plunder which brought fair ing unttcr with them. They must be house-holprices. shown better. . s Mon-tlcellliar-rodebur- g, d colored brothers on tho arrival of the daily papers. Many of them that could not read would look longingl for an eagle in the Cincinnati republican sheet and their spirits would droop as day after day came and no eagle made its appearance. When the 'democratic papers stopped printing their roosters, they took some consolation, imagining that it was evidence that they had crowed too soon. Their last ray of hope was taken away Saturday, when their Cincinnati oracle came headed, "No Eigle This Time, Blaine is Beaten," and for the first time they gave it up. Poor creatures, tbe feel that a calamity has befallen their rsce, but we hope and believe they will find right scWthat the democrats are their best friends, at any rate their conditions can not be worsted. LAND. STOCK- AND. CROP. " It ,. u. 11 a JWMct ut.. commodating railroad nod express agent, is an opj licaut for the postoffice at this place on the I'.li of March, I880. Wo very op a srtE.-tmmuch dislike to seeour present efficient postmaster "put out" but the edict is, "The rarcsls must go." Nearly all the colored people up here Hrtlrtue of a Judgment of the Llccoln Circuit have been gulled Into the belief that if the Court, rendered at Its October Term, 1SSI, In tbe rase of V. W. liars Dd otbets against Alma Hays, democrats got into Kwer the negroes would I will astJiHclal Commissioner In said case sell, to be put back Into bondage, b'ut they need tbe highest bidder on have no fears on that sore for no man in TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 1884, this section who ever owned a negro would On Farm be tbe premises, tbe fine . 11. uays, have them back eyen if such a thing could longing to mecuiiuren oi eell at public auction to tbe highest bidder, A lot lletf- Steers, a lo ol ers, a lot of Cilfes, a lot of Milk Cows, a large lotof Hhoitt Hones and Mules, a largo lot of Uay,2&0 barrels of Corn, Household and Kitchen Furnlturn, harming Impl menu, At., Ac, Ac. Tirmc t'nder S2P, cash In hand; abore tbat sum, a credit of 90 days; co'e with spnrored secu rity, inieresuroui aata. negotiants ami piranie in the First National Hank of Stanford, All persons baring claims sgalnst the estate will please prrient tbem at once properly Terlfli-d- , and tboso indebted will confer a Uvor by settling with me at once. A if,'.V. K. It. Administrator Leo Harden U. At the sams time and place the heirs at N. law ol Leo llaydtn, dee'd, will oflrr fir sale at outcry tbe Farm, i mllia fiubllc on wblch decedent resided,north ol cons sting ol splendidly impiored and In about :iOU a stone's throw of a railway station, and also tho brick htiirr-liotm- c In Statifortt, on Main street, adjoining tbe First National Dank, 70x24 feet, two stories and One cellar. It Is tbe best m In Stanford. Six and twelre mohtna' crtdlt, interest from date, with permission to purpay at any time before maturity. chasers to It Acre, Stock consists of Hardware, Groceries, .Farming Implements, Wagons and Carriages. COMR.S SALES BRIGHT k -- CURRAN. . Reference First Nntlouttl Hank. t r THE- Dluc-Ora- be. deed., containing Mr. and Mis, M. F. Brinkly will reMcssra. Sposy turn to' Louisville and Sparks, two very popular (with the ladies) drummers, spent Snnday in town, John W, Brown was able to be on tho streets again Ilarty Miller is home from Farmdale College on a visit. Will Crook of Altamont was. in town yesterday. Nearly Suffocated Simon Griffio, Champ MuIIIns and George Simbrook were nearly aspnyxicateu by the loul air in a well at Livingston Saturday. The two latter went down for Mr. Griffio, who had become unconscious nod were themselves rendered helpless. It was with great difficulty that they were rescued. Mr Mul-11n- s is still in a precarious condition. 236i ACRES OF LAND e, ! CHEAP Ibb Hfb h Bw Vik birna and Theie Is a lanre. new dwelling-housall necectary outbuildings on said Farm, an orclf- arxi or select iruii, nice yarn ami garueo. me larm is well watered and fenced and altogether one of the moat desirable places In Kentucky. Said lend ta altuated on the ntanford and lluitonillle pike. 2 mllea from Stanford. Tbe sale will 1m made on a cieau oi e, nana jo momns; Donas wun approted tecurlty, piyabls to the e'peclul Commissioner, bearing G per rent. Interest from date until paid and a lien retained no the land lor their payment. JOI1X 31 it Kilt, 302-tbpeclsl Comruhsioner. d At the tame time and place! will, as Agentof Mrs. Kate Hare, sell to me highest bl der T.R. WALTON, Itee. Main aai SUEeist Mb, STANFORD, EY, -- Thirty Aoies of Pine n Bine-Gra- ss Land, Adloinlna and formcrlr a part of the above tract of land; both tracts to te sold together, makings Fa-iot Xl'i Acres. I will alia at the eaine time and plice as Agent aforesaid tell tome valuable personal property, consisting of Horses, Cattle, Hogs, hay. Corn. Farming Utensils, Ac Tbe last named land will be told on credit ol 6, 12 and 18 months; bonds taken with approved security, bearing 6 nr cent, interest from date until paid and a Tien retained on the land fir tbelr payment. Lincoln Count Meeting. Trie jieraonaltr w 111 be sold on a credit of SO daya Representatives from each of tbe Chris- without Interest. Notes taken with approved for all satin ok r elf; under thai sum, cash tian congregations in Lincoln county are In hand, JOHN M. UEID, Agent. REMARKABLY requested to meet with the Turnersville congregation Thursday night, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Nov, 27th, 23th, 29th and 30ih, 18S4 Bro. Munnell, our State evangelist will be with ua and besides we expect every preacher and officer in the county to be presant. By such meetings held .with the different churches of the county we hope to bring about the following results: 1. That the preachers, officers and mem bers of the different congregations become better acquainted and more closely identified with each other. 2. That wo investigate the scriptures together upon miny practical questions pertaining to the work and worship of the church. 3. That we devise, some plan by which we can help the weak congregations and more effectually evangeli&a the destitute paita of our own courty. 4. That becoming more interested in our own county we shall bscome more interested in all the mhsion work of tbe church, and be led to full partnership in the work of evangelizing the world, Let every congregation be represented. W. A. Gibson. Commissioner's Judith Estill rUlntltr. Sale ! vi P. Y. natlll, Ac, Deft. Notice of cUIeln Equity Br vlttue of Judgment and, order of salo of the Madison Circuit Court, rendered at tbe September Term (1681) there. flu tin abore styled cause, tbe undersigned will on LOW PRICES GIVEN FOR CASH i And to Prompt Payinc Short-tim- e Customors. No goods sold on long time. T. R. WALTON, BenntaTul Tin Sets nnd Coal Vases lower tlinii ever. The ladies ' ; Rhonlil hoc them. T. IB. 1VALTOX. Canned Goods in groat varioty and lower ovon than last year. T. H. WALTON. Now Citron, Currants, Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Dater, Macaroni, Horn Monday', November 24, 1884, Between the houri of 1! o'clock u. and 1 o'clock i m., at the residence of tho late J. V. Eatlll, In Madison count y, Ky.. proceed to exposiat public sale to the hlgbet bidder the following pioperty: 1st. A Tract of Land containing 10d Acres, situated In Madison county on tbe north tide of tbo dirt road leading from lllcbmond to (Stevens' shop, 4mtleslrom Ulchmond and a part of the home place. This tract or land Is well tl ro bercd . 2d. A Tract or Land containing 42 Acres, situated in Madison county on tbe touth aide of tho dirt road aforesiid, belug alio a part of the home tract. Sd. Tho Mcl'herson Tract, containing 127)4 A., situated on the Muddy Creek Iload leading to Crnoksvllle, about Vi miles from Crookivlllo and Thla tract la 1 mile from epcedwell Turnpike. well Improved with good dwelling house and necessary appurtenances. 4th. The Cobb Tract, iltttatrd about 2 mllea from Ulchmond, on tbe Itlcbmoud A Irvine turnpike, containing 109 Acres. Thli place It well Improved with an excellent frauis dwelling-hous- e, good orchard, stable, Ac. Sth. Tbo Warccr Tract, containing 21S Acres, sltuitcd 5 miles from lllcbmond, on tbe Ulchmond A iny,&0, T.R. WALTON. Christmas Stock will T J Tbo sale of all tbe above named lands will take place nt the resldcncool tbelato J. P. Estill, near the road leading from Itlcbmoud to Btevcnt' Shop, about 4 mites from lllcbmond, I will alv exposo to nubile sale, by virtue of the Rev. ChaaNE. Taylor has been chosen Judgmeutaforeeald, In tront ol the hotel kept by on FRIDAY Htevens In President of Wake Forest College, Raleigh, NOVEM1IBU 2S, Crnb Orchard, Ky., boura of 12 u. 1831, between the now andlp M a Tract ol Laud containing 1M Acres, N. 0., by the Stato Baptist Convention situated in Lincoln county, near Crab Orchard, on in Bcesion at Raleigh. the Lancaster pike and the same conveyed to J. I. Estill by SallleU. Newland, Ac. This tract ol laud Ii highly Improved with a No. 1 frame dwellDon't Feel Like Work." ing and all necessary nutbu Idlngt. It his a floe It makea no difference what business you are en- mineral spring and Is In every rcipcct a valuable ot all these gaged In: whether you are a preacher, a merchant and detirablo property. Possc-wlo- n a mechanic, a lawyer or a common laborer, you lands will be given to purchasers January 1st. '85. Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and can't do your work well whllo you are hal' tick 12 Tksus months Tho purchaser will be required to give Thousandi try to, but all In train. How much bond with npproved security for the payment of good order by tak IIIO IllirCHMV Uilliivj. UUHUK mq iuhb nun ,uvvi u. better to keep your organs In bearing legal Interest from the day of log Parker's Tonic when you feel "a little out ol a Judgment, sale, wun a lien rrservcu ur"" aim iiroprrij uuin torts," It would be money In your pocket. 'Ono all the purchase monoy Is paid. .r. SCOTT, hoitrofgosd, rejoicing health la worth halfa doz392 2t Master Cotu'r Madison Circuit Court. en hours full of languor and pain. Irvine Turnpike. FJne.t Lino of Cnntllcs, plnln and fhncj, in Stanford. be immense. My WALm.; Tho boat Straight and Patent Flours always in stookT. R. WALTON. Sugars and Coffees wore novor lower than now. .; T.H.WALTON. k - " - Jf.- - t ipIjE-a.s- e ca-LXj- . "You will have to o into the forward to be a gentleman. ALEX. ANDI31IBON, attorney gives htm no coach," said the conductor, ns he tore off a ATTOHNBY A.T IjA."V, Ills function as an "Hut DANVILLE, KY., am9 vat r sr a ssc man dispensation to disregard the ordinary coupon from a second cIm ticket. adjoining Will irctlco in the Courts November 18, 1884 rules Ky., the tobacco Bmoke is a? bid and I have eountlo and In tbe Court ofof llojla and Slaarord, of good manners, and the ordinary Appeal!. woman principles of decency and honorf He has such a headache," said the little loOISyitLP.NASHViLt A Reward of Two Hunpred Dollars will t paid J. D. VIOU.Xjivw. and Friilav$ no right to slander his neighbor, even if his timidly, and the pale face w raised pleadliy the friends of the late J. N llenedlct for the tubHltcl TttOHitavB A.t of And Muter CommlMloncr Kockcaille Circuit Cour, capture of his murderer, Henry Roberts. Roberts THE GREAT AT neighbor e the defendant in a causo in ingly. "Ctn't help It, ma'am. Rules MT VERNON, KY. Is about!) years of age, dark complexion, hatsl - eye, smooth face and Tery bad countenance. He has no the road require pasengers having second Will practice In the Kockcaitle Courti. Collecwhich he appears for plaintiff. ANNUai 3.00 (I34J bull), weighing probably 150 pounds, bully or brow beat a witness in a class tickets to ride in the f rw iri coach," tloni a specialty. OOce In to richt to JT uncompromising reply as he passed paid strictly la advance. " When crow examination, or artfully entrap that was the LBB V. HUFFMAN. ! a big watt anT time. 83.80 will be charged. witoew into niving fal-- e testimony. What- on. "Hang your rules," blurted out HTANKOR1), KY. where Offlce 8onth ltd Main Street, two doors above I have been appointed agsnt for the sale of the ever the privilege of the court may be the man with a fierce mustache. "Stay farm of Mrs. l'tmbo C. lllalo and belts, containing the Myers Uotels ML SALEM. LINCOLN COUNT). lawyer who is guilty of such practices in you are, madam. You look tired. Here, Pure Nitrous Ozlda Osi administered whsn re- 1HO Arret, lying i of a mile from Hustonvltle child of Geo. ou the Liberty Pike and I hereby oiler It privatelet me turn this seat over so you can He quired. A little court is no gentleman out of court. ol two stories ly. It has a good dwelllng-fious- o and 6 rooms, besides tho uerrsiary McAnnlch died near Mount Salem a short He. He nny down. Put your head on this grip. Here's 2. A lawyer ought not to DR. "W. H. PENNY, It Is well watered and Is good, rich land, worth her time since. DontlMt. much more than Is asked for It. defend a criminal whom he knows to be my overcoat, put it so," and he had STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Apply to me lor further particular. nearly nine years absence in a away before she ciuld obAfter guilty, but he may not eay to the jury that nicely tucked 317 8,m T. 11 VS1I, Btanford.gy. Offlce orer Root. 8. scorching climate, in a land of bright he believes this criminal to be innocent. ject. "Your ticket? All O. K. Take from 8 to 12 A. and 1Lytls'a store. OAce hour to S r. X. Anesthetics ad k, Without Change and with Speed Uirlralei performances, we unr. ministered when ntcauirr. promises and uncertain He may not in any way Intentionally con- mine, it's to the same place -f- irst class, make our bow to the leaders and vey to the Jury the Impression that he be- limited. I love to smoke. Always ride in osce more College. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE We haye but rnou louisvilu to tiic And he went for- WARREN & writers of the Joouhal. He may the smoker, anyhow." lieves the man to be innocent. NTANFOllD. KY. HlUe to note, however, of news except that not in his plea, pervert or distort the evi- ward. Dinner was announced In the dinH C. Warren and D. R Carpenter hare formed the people appear to be atill in a feverish dence so as to weaken the force or conceal ing car and the big man came bustling in a partnership to practice law under tho orrn name With a Full Corps of Teachers, 301 She ol Warren A Carpenter. over the election news. the meaning of it. He is a sworn officer of and insisted on her having dinner. Htate of excitemtnt Without chana to Nashville, Memphis, This Institution will open Its Fifteenth Session The great changes which have taken the court, and his oath should bind him to objected, evidently thinking it improper to Llttl IlocW, Menliomery. . neat. . on the 1st Monday In September "V " -been sufficient ....unTiiit, aiouiie.anu Mwuritans. place in our long exile have the strictest veracity. It would be quixot- receive so much attention from a stranger. to have astonished even Rip Van Winkle ic to expect him to assist his adversary, "Kate Adam V' re id the bii; man, looklrc ALL THE BRANCHES OF A SELF-CUR- E BEST ROUTE RELIABLE In Palace Cars Without Change. himself. Hills have grown into mountains but his obligation to speak the truth out at the name on her valise. ' Not Dick Ad- . . lit 11 .nj : lll. must iioicu anu aucceuiui eprciansu on tniofVthl THOBOUGHENGLISHCOURSE EA A favorlto rrrcrlptlon of in nny, (now H anu ine lauu nss cuiujru ranks every obligation that he owes to his ams' wile; iou art; ven, SHORT LINE TO THE EAST retired i lor the curpotArrt-oiiJ)6tiri, Seni Frost LoulsvllU In l'alacat'ars wltbeutchahg. hue. So miny new house hve bsen put client. It is notorious that tome lawyers come here, I'll ki you my glr I Dick's Xoaf JSTntirioaf!, H'rafciiraoiitid Are taught, as well a lnplalnsealrdenveloteyVc. DruiglsuauiUUU is sometimes difficult to tell who Wby. I was just go up that it Address OR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. IiANOUAQEB, SHAW-IN- O PMIHRAUTC Seeking HomssonTT think it scandalous to tell a falsehood my youngest brotheil MUBIO. TUB I O im CmlunAn low rates, at tm win whether we are in the town or country. out of court in any business transaction, log to see him. He trd he'd got U it broke, AND PAINTING. special UUiUktnlheletitn rclvA (touts of ihls Company for roadrontss superior rail facilithe uin cf iKit iltu ol Mount Salem, owing to and kinder wanted to set him up agaiil" See lie shamelessly in court in behalf of their raits, itmrjits. aact hn flrta Ctr I Ac., or write C. P. ATMORlf, 0. P. & T, A. almost ualitml uuifw-UorI TO DATS. ties of surrounding towns has not grown clients, and seem to thin it a part of their And the big man looked to happy and the (l) 4naiM4 mi ul Loulavllle. Kr. MURrnr iiros.. anch.butitsleiding spirit, Tom Jasper, professional duty. That bar of justice, be- little sister-i- law so pleased that the pasMtMBIrlturt. ...,.,. !. ..... .. oa ia sum In fh iU, Ttt Uhnwoa thi li?or of regular Department, rrlmaiy, ttt; Intermediate VrdMlkjil, stems to have prospered in a worldly point fore which by their professional obligations sengers forgot to kill the 'straw" lunatic She public sad now riaVa uv. ISrujCsixusalC. among h Itadlig Midi nvj jrTepaiauuy, v, u of view. From what we had learned we they are bound to the most stringent truththat was asking a vote of the piatengere on tiw, vi in mioom. ClnelansUj A. - SMITH. to find Middlebarg on the decline, fulness is the very place where they seem the Presidential question for a daily. expected Ohio. Tor fall particular, a to Beart.Ac., address UllJbril. IS. Sold by DraciUu. v MRS. 8. C. TRtlEUEAKT, Principal!, but found Instead like everything else it to consider themselves absolved from the Minnesota Bi do. & ounioru, uncoin uo., j had grown both in size and business facili- common law of veracity. So long aa the A wnile'i Adventure). ties. With lie fine surrounding scenery to legal mind is infected with this deadly herwmcago Cor. London Paper.) oae so long accustomed to frightful monot-oaesy we need not wonder that our courts of A n matter of curiosity and unique exTHE OMV UHS. &VKHIUU asd its magnificent school buildinz it justice often become the instruments of un- perience In connection with tho working As Executors of the will of James M. Carter, Br.. delightful to look upon. At wt will offer at public auction to tbe STAWFORD. U a place of submarine telegraph cables, I bog leave righteousness. highest bidder, 00 Carat Yosemite which eprang up by magic about 3. A lawyer ought not to sell his service to haul you somo extracts from the letters a year ago, we found a town of several hun- for the promotion of Injustice and knavery. from our manager on tho West Coast ol THURSDAY, XOV. 27, 18S1, E. H. BTJRNS1DE, AND SOLID TIIAIN8 South America, and also from tbo Captain At his late residence near Hustonvllle, the foldred Inhabitants. It is the present termi- Swindles of all types are aided by lawyers of our g steamer. The ex, lowing property, Woll Known LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO This Old nus of the Cincinnati and Green River in their depredations upon society. The tracts go to show that not only ia it bad yearling Maintains ita Hotel and it is a great shipping point for mock broker who operates in Wall street for a whale to attack a cable, but so per- Eight Calve, a 8teera, 7 Heifers, 1 8tera, 8 good rxilrotd grade tburoughbred yearling High BrucuL Noticm.-rasn- ger from the.Xaoz-vill- a It al- and strips green country speculators of their fect hare the appliances for the repair ol Bull 1 rear old. 5 or 6 Milk Cows. 10 Stacks of all kinds of lumber and timber. Branch of L. A N. K. It. arrive In Letilsvlll Mar..about 100 barrels of Corn, 200 Shocks of AND cables now become, that no matter where 3 business In time to take tbt evening train of the f'Konoa Fodder, 6 nr S fat Hog, about 20 Slioati, 3 work ready contains one large hotel, hard earned gains by the most nefarious or in what depth of water they may bo Mulr. S Horses, 3 Wagons. 1 new Walter A. Iti Proprietor ii Determined that Route" aad go through to houses, shingle machine, blacksmith shop roguery, always has an able lawyer as an broken, they can almost always bo reWfcot Mower, a ball Interest in a liar Kake. it Shall be Seoond to bo Gonatrr Urceacastle. Cran rordHrllle, LarayetU ,WA.klnl. .l.t.Md I. . mh Tlalll uiwti r.nu u.. i. vi u ,4ii, !. As. An avenge of 50 or uu loauea wag- accomplice. Hotel in the State in its Tare, nad Clileago rrlthout ckaBge. The gentleman by whose paired as surely and as quickly tin lng Implement and some Household and KitchAppointmenti, or Attenen Furniture. came in daily. Some 4 new mills near agency a nest of tbete rascals was broken as a horse can be shod in id black TIME TAULE. months' credit on nites Tcasis tion to Comfort of by have lately come In. Two daily hack up says: "The great difficulty in stopping smith's shop. Judging from tha .extracts good neucrity,Three Intern! from date and with HTATToNiT bearing Dtlly. I Dally. I pay' their Qneitti f vs n tit linee also run from this place. But if great swindles of this class is that the rascals it would seem that the whale voluntarily anixinoaua. Ear. u 0 am Lv. LoulsvllU -- ... 7 40 pni, and, having bad a free du.-in. ja, ,m 1 01 a ml U 01 pa okanirM We taken olace in the face of make enough money to be able to employ attacked the cable, Afr. ()rencaitliu.. Baggage wlllh eoaviyeo" U aalfroasth 4 light with it, paid for his temerity with Crawfordsvllle .. ....' I 05 am! S 01 pm equally astonishing ones have charge. Kpeclal acrosamsdatloai free of the country, " LafayetU. .... 1 lilts 4 Itso the best of legal advice, and are, moreover, hit life,- for ho was held prisoner for seven to Commercial Travslers.Th Bar will ! " Chicago .... 7 JO ami M pm .transpired among the people themselves careful to do nothing which will render days and then mangled unto death. The alwaj siplld with the chaleesl kraads of Llqaors aaa CUarr. Th txoat direct rout, with only on tbsngeof At Mtddleburg we found C. L. Holmee, them liable to arrest." This is the testi- Captain of our repairing steamer writes: HaTlng secured rooms at Mr. R. O. Alford's, I rare, to all point In Wisconsin, Minnesota, low "Having picked up twenty-onwe knots ol am prepared tonrrtethe ladles In Nebraska, Ac. For further lufonaillon. addrea who was a little wiry built man when TradtfM.rk. Hl'HKAT'N rslEUlFIU, mony of a lawyer, Mr. Ralph Oakley, of cable, and while MUKHAY KELLKK.O. Y. A.. pick- and other kinds of sewing in the best style and at contluuiug reasonable rates, "ollcttlog a share ol yaur patronwent.away, had expanded into the reepecta. New York. "The best Of legal advice" can ing IU- Louisville. Kr ITI10 (Ircnt English Rcnicdf, up, an immense t whale age, lam, respectfully, Me dimensions of a city alderman. John be had, then, in New York City for such came MIHS JH.JLA SHI I KY, up to thq bows entangled 392-- 1 in Is a positive cur for Weak Memo Stanford, Xy. WP Vilcher whom we left an orphan boy purposes be about ry. Lon of Drain rower, nerrous It would be more difficult to be- in the cable. It seemed tostruggle sevenKENTUCKY CENTRAL we found In fine fee', in length. In Its. R to gel alruggling against fate, lieve this if its truth were not so often il- ty Imiiotency, and Oeneral Lou of and a leading business m m lustrated In the stupendous frauds and pir- free tho cable, cut right (uto iU iside,,th circumstances I'ower of tbe Generative Organ; wbolo of Its entrall. coming out and great mil ill lit that tallow as a tfr At Yosemite we fqund John W. McDaniel, acies of great corporations, all of which streams Bsfsr lakiaf. nuenc ot youtbml Imprudenc ot of blood. In it last dyiog strugtbeeirnuot matured rears, such Tr4 Mark. school teacher, now one of the are carefully engineered by eminent, law- gle it parted tbo.cabto on the bowisheaves once a Untvenal Laasttud. Iln In the Shortest and Quickest Bonte from Geo biggest merchants in the pltce. Many yers. Our modern 'buccaneers1' pur brav,e and floated, to windward of the steamer. Louisville, Kr., Cincinnati, 0 and Indianapolis, hacx, Otmoeas of Vision, I'rema-lur- e tral Kentncky to all PoiaU Nortb, A 800 The cable was twisted up in the form of s Ind., dealer Ala BUInway Voae A1", Decker Hro.'. ease Old Agt, and many otter disImprovements and changes have railroad wreckers are ether great r Boos', that lead to Insanity Ken jn constant consults? wire rope for about two fathoms, and Halo. 3. C. riscW,and Square Baldwin 6 ut, Weit And BoothwMt. tie In alt caaosof Plane Forte; takes place, but two tedious to mention. tion with eminent lawyers. They updenia-bl- y in six different ports it hsnliith ap- Oa.'aCottatrA'Uprtgat also the EaUy, Sbonlagar and Hamilton Organ. Waakoeaath Specific act Ilka a fast Lla Between Instrument auld at price and term to suit pur- chirm, restoring ioa or Mine vigbave "the best of legal advice" in plan-nltipearance of having been blttotit-througNome and Farm. chasers. Don't gtT your orders till you get our or, ilvlnt to tb eye a brilliant LEXINGTON A CIAOI ATI. sufficiently to stop alt comtuunica-tlon- . price and terms. anil executing their bold iniquities. end sparkling beauty, to lh cheek Danillle, Ky. To free hens from vermin sprinkle a littb rosy blooom of health. SchaduU la Effect Oct. la. IMt. There Is no doubt the vrhae hai nest when the hen Is set. Century. tle sulphur in the aurMurray'a Hpeclnt Is sold by alt Drugglsu at been tho cauie of the interruption." Oui II per package, or six parkagra for W. Also by The value of ensilage for food for sheep Consolation Eor Political Parsosh manager also wri$e: M The cause of thi mall, postage free, on receipt of price. , 1 1 1 1 as has beee"poin-es isjjf awKull partUularaia psnpalt. which vtill be For the consolation of the political par- breakage of is said to be equal to grain in many resM.t Tmtktf nrlra nnril. nn.1 mailed free to every applicant. Addrae all comout to you In Captain Morton's report, all other patent causes In tha Patent Offlf and tx munications to the sole manufacturer. sons who labored bo zealously to defeat Gov. pects. t? MVHRAX XB.DIVISR VO.. When churning if butter "comes in Cleveland and rolled the scandal against was a huge whale which became entangled lort tl sum ru promptly ana careiuuy sMenaea ? &sbI Me. in the turna of the cable, and was held to.ITmh maaIm rJ niA1 af nlrnLrH Al Invention. I Bold In Stanford by Tsnny X Kansas City,and all MeAUsUr speck" put in a lump of butter and they him "as a sweet morsel under their tonguea" prisoner for seven days; toe interruption and adrlM as to pat- - DrugglsU everywhere. asd who feel that they could have dons was unfortunate, but It Is at least satis- mke erfulrtatnstlon, will gather to t: A Co., Wholes! rroeorcnarg. enuDimy Aariioa rxraa Ao U. LouisvllUiKy. Jfrre moderate, and I ruak no charge The older and larger an animal becomes more, we print the story of Daniel Web- factory to know that tbe cable did not Uit Information, pntent it aeurett.en Mtat the more food it requires to make a pound ster and his witness: la one of kit cases give, way naturally, and that where picked advice und special reference . sentMjM I application A nit 'If up the sheathing, yarn and core wen aSKsa Wubster had a witness that testified rather MWth. Washington, D. C. Offlce. of Near U.S. Paten t ! a WO-3Vfound to bo in an almost perfect state ol If you have a sick animal, eay with a strongly, but be lost bin case. After the preservation, in fact looked almost at ULRBfAB BJ BBBBB ytr This notice forewarns busters, fishermen aad cold, give a mash of scalded "shorln'wbich verdict the witness said to Webster: "If I good as on the day the cable wag Aral ?H 0 tramp nt to trepaaoa our land without per" V thought there was danger I could have laid." relieves. (SftBal 8tt hid often mission, a all such act art IUVI to be procecuted wa "O'si to ths full xtntof tb law. " ! B The fodder from eweetcorn may be great- testified much atrojger than I did." "It 'BBQB BB "BfBf HUntord, Ky March T7tn, list. I signed. J She Dtda't Take the Ring. truck. uus w. . u. ly increased by cutting up the stalks as would have done no good," said Webster, 114(1 and Stock, I ofler lor sale U. HCKUirtu. Having too much Land (.Philadelphia Press.1 A. W. caqntr, T. Bush, vyi Tract ot Laatl. all of the following-desirab"as the jury did not believe a- word that soon as the ears are gathered. C. Vlshop, r. iuid, A young lady who moves in very good which ar pleasantly located aad well suita si R.rjobb, Uvl Hulbla, Irrigation will not take the place of ma- 70a did testily to." Moral: It you are society returned from tbe seashore yesterfarming purposes. ed for Hlsglna Kelly, F.D.tthode, BBBBB W, a MeCormack, day in a very indignant frame of mind. On Tract consisting of 100 Acres, on tbe west B. U. A J. F. Uover, nure on land. .Soil well fertilized richly going to tell a lie, tell a reasonable one. M. II. LtU. L. Carter O. Qite She made a call on a West Walnut street end of my fans, adjoining tbe farms uf J. d. expanded. a repays the labor J. W. Weatberford, Jame T. Uackley and George W. Trlbbl. It T. J. HIU, ua'sq sftxns W8S385, Proud of III Dog. family, and there met a glr Is under good fence, a portion cf It well timbered C. Vanoy, Wa.'Surtoo, you have stiff or noisy hinges about If 1 WfSJSl 8. Murphy, In J. A. liarri. J. friends, to whom she explained tbe cause and splendidly set la grass; tbe lemalnder .Ansonlo (Conn.) Sentinel.) 3 B a 3 B gj 1 IB BB BBBBB J. M. Hill. a splendid crop of timothy and clovar the place, pour on the top a little kerosene, "I was on a board meadow,been made on 11 thl year. It Is well water- P. W.Carter, Ed. Carter, J. II. MeAlUter, A transient guest sitting fn the offlce of of her indignation. having l way in. whicY-wllwon find its walk about 7 o'clock in the evening," she ed by the Hanging Fork, a splendid well and some T. J. foster. J, D.Jonee, the Bassett house, Birmingham, a few eveJ. Q. Montgomery Whit. A 'prominent poultry raiser says that 3, nings since, was Interviewed by a bright said, "and a great, horrid man with a never falling springs, ua comlortable dwelling T. M. Mxrcutu,' O.A.Benedict, II. E. and suiuble outbut ding. W. E. Amoa 000 hens cared for in the proper manner little terrier dog well known hereabout for black mustache said 'b'ra.' Ipald no attenM.T. ltussell, Also GO Acre ou the eait end of tar farm, ad Taos. Boblo. A. D. Newland, UJ Darst. Tbo dog lookod up in the tion, and what did tho brute do hut turn joining tbe farms of John M. White, no his smartness. wil ,bow an annual profit of $2,000. A ( Newland. on ami air, oroaauus. .1 acre are iu wurai, 8. W.OIvens. and 1 well-drie- d l7r) askes, and so gentleman's face so knowingly that the square round paid say, 'I'd like to kUs you.' 30 acre for corn in tbe spring and tbe remaining ExgB packed in no attention, and then 20 acre we II ttmlred and heavily set in grass. remarked: "Well, you are a bright Of course, I by con"aa not to touch each other, have beep kept latter fellow. 1 guess you Under splendid little can do some he came closer and said, 'I'd givo this dia- stant springs, Is fence, lev), well watered wltblnK mile ol tb Stanford A perfectly sweet for twelve months. tricks. What can you do?" At that the mond ring for a kiss,' nt tbo same time Danville pike on a good county road and ipleadld-l- y M IO.AUWM I I M f a pail of water little terrior sat down on his haunchos, drawing a beautiful ring from his finger." suited lor building purposes. A quart of oat meal in ssasjsiaij J ir:s j i&ssss Also 15 Arreslngood cultivation, adjoining tbe he kiss you and then refuse tc "And did will freshen a hore after bard driving and folded u!s arm In the most approved farm of Wesley Eubaaks, well watered, lenced and B BBBBB, I From Nrrroua.Ctironlc and Hlood Disease, stylo, and looked up as If to say: "How give up tho ring?" queried tbo girls in pleasantly located. BBLi BBBBB his stomach for more Bolid food. prepire -- S0 chorus. I Also ISO irresuf Kuob Land, near Mason's Gap Hmlsa anl llrart Affectlons.'VJVcsik I.unsr,d ?OQ9IOI-II-- S is that for a dog?" Well done," said the NervoBS lbllltjr, Broken Ihmn good fix. K 2 "Goodness sake, no I" was tbo reply. "1 well lluitHed andolinthoroughbred Bull Calve and Weakness of the Mldnrja.Mln.!. gentloman, "perhaps you can do some g6SS2SU(S3 StiiX'Gbisdinq at the Old Joke I haveZCbead , der A I'riunry OrsBa,ask your Drugitlst for uu .MH mmwwwwr-w- to chronicle one other things. What elso can you do?" At folt so angry and hurt that I walked away 40 or 60 bead ot Cowa and Heifers. vllgcul.laand Again we'are called on SOOTT'B X". Z7ZXVJS. W.IPfOflfl ttQ. 13, PSBEBB'BB BB WORUI ItNSWNIO that the little follow dellhoratoly marched without saying a word. At any rate, tbe some registered In tbe A. II. II. This stock all .f of thee md accidents that Dometimei bap-pe- n out to the middle of the floor, stood upon ring was a solitaire, and you all know that In good condition and tbe breeding 01 my Cattle Is - !! ' UHUul 5s too well known to need menton. all is joy and happiness. Oae of his hind feot erect, and whirled twice cluster aro,tbo only correct thing to woo: bo sold on good terms. when The Lnnd aod Stock will Parties desiring to txsmine Land and Stock may yv the brightest belle of Chicago wai married around. "Pretty good, protty good," said nowadays." ? tuy home or addroslng BB He wns a 'beast," said tho' girls, '"ant da so by- calling in me it BEBH and after the weddfng dm the travelor, "somebody must think a good ma at Stanford, Ky. rwith last Wednesday, A BLOOD, MIAIX & NEBVB TONIC. MM u. PKXHH A. 31. FEtsASti. you. Can you walk?" At that you wero, perfectly right." CII.UUU ner prepared to start on.a bridal tour The deal of 3 If roar Uragafst does not keep It ik blm to order It 5BRS8;aS tbo littlo dog stood himself erect lorroa. tl. per bottle. C'oca.Merf nml I rota Tbe Vermont Legislature hss ssked carriage was at the door, and just a iU walked with great deliberation to his and t the UreatMt Medical Ulscorerr of modern Units. v s wim 9 w wt) m t si w ? d For pamphlet, with full particular, addrew the Uni'ed States Government to divide SBBBBS BB'BBHB B B tJ B B happy pair were driving off some one stld, friend, and putting his foro paw CHA8. W. 80OTT M.D., Knnsna Olty, Mo, X. TJe Vr. 8CQ2T8 LIJEll 1'IZ.VH. after them." The brideV upon the lnttur's knee, lookod up for the the surplus in tbo Treiaury among the "Throw a slipper MAY.SVIM.K IlKANtlll, ' oldest sister, without thinking, stopped. juid .Approval, which ho got most heartily. States for cbool purp.vea, VofSJ, No. fit. tho gentleman pulled off her slipper nnd threw it at the who has a dog saying: "I know a man Dallr Dally Bucken's Arnica Salve, that 1 think is not so smart Kx. 8uo. Kx. Hun. all too deadly an as you thut he values deputing carriage with Tho best Salreln tbe world for Cuts, Bruises, at $1,000." At this Lvo' Covington. 2 00 pm aim. It struck the driver, killing him in tho owner of tho dog, Mr. Charles Trade, Sores, Ulcort, Salt Rtieum, Ferer Sores, Tetter, " Lexington 7 23 a m 4 80 ji tu all Skin ' Paris Htantly, and then, crushing through the looked up from the paper that he bad been Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and no pay re8 15 a m 8 20 p m THE0HLYTRUB Eruptions and positively cures Plies, or Arr Mlllersburg... 8 10 a m, 3 47 p m roof of the vehicle, killing both of the new reading, with tho remark: "Hut I would quired. Is li guaranteed to gtre perfest aitlsfic-tlo- n " Carlisle 0 00 a ru 6 07 p ni not swap with Mm." Tho gentleman " Johnson a lew briet mo 0 18 a ml 7 00 pm per box. ly wedded pair. In but or money relunded. Price Ji cents provod to have lxen a good deal of n dog " Maysvllla 10 SO a ml 7 4i p m wents all that wn left alive of the happy fancier, having seen at ono tlmo or an- For sale by Penny A McAPater, -No-jT NoToTT ones was one of the horses. The sister is other tho owner of nearly a hundrod speciA Remarkable Escape. Dally to CP3 Ex. bun, Kx. hun anguish, and the carri' mens, but had rarely seen ono that seemed overwhelmed with Mrs. Mary A. Dalley. of Tunkhauno:k, Pa to understand everything that was said to wasallllctedforsU years with Asthma and Bron, Evansville Argus. Lve Maysvllle.... age is a total wreck. SUlDI I1 20 pm " Johnson. ..... him, as did this one. Tho peculiarity of cbltls, during which time the best physicians 8 30 a m !9 p ' Carlisle . 11 7 21 a mi 2 43 p iu We hope none of our cltizsns will fur. the performance was that it was not could gle uo relief. Her Hie was deapaited of, Mlllersburg. 7 II m 3 OU pm Tho dog soeiuod to Arr llulu I H 10 a m' S S3 p ni iherjoke the colored people about being routine. selection from quito a bavo mado uutll In last October sho procured a Battle of Dr.s " Ixlngtou...., his own 9 10 a mi a co p 01 large num- King's New Mscorery, when Immediate relief-wa" Oivlngton .... 111 ISO a in! g .15 i in put, luck Into slavery. It may cause some ber of similar tricks, without bis master's FACTS RECAROINQ felt, and by continuing Its use for a short to believe it, and get fnmtllnr voice or motions to direct. of the more Ignorant NoT:.-Tr- alq No. J runs dally from Knoxvlllel time she was completely cured, gaining In llcsh V lnchrster and LexLngton to Covington. themselves and other into trouble. We The defeated republicans sre wreaking CO lbs. In a few months. Free Trial Bottles of Nn. I Film Via tAlllt.n an, I t..l. ..! Tntlfl and enrich the Bl OOD, regulato It will this certain cure cfallTbroat and Lung Dlseaiei want no one to talk about rebel soldiers be- sweet revengo nn 8t, not via Winchester etfJ Paris Tllif ItxyTOIlt the LIVtRanf KIDNEYS, John bv burning him at Penny AMcAlIster Drug Storo. Large Bottle a Oioae Train No.O Is dally except Sunday between LexHEALTH and V1QOB of YOUTH I ing paid pensions. The rebel soldier fought and hanging ington and Paris, but Is dally from Umlnnatl to diseases re"UirlliKaerlaltiand t'ltlclcii IONIC,, ?l.00 him in effigy. Appctttc.Iiidlac-HonCMieclally l)yspeislii.V uiit pf Knoxvllle. for what he thought was right, If he was a LacV of btreiiirtli, etc.. It use Is niaiked 7 Aese are Solid Facts. .exiruion anu ran: 10. ot, daily except Ilonvs. Now Nt Cot a Position. with liumolUto ami uonderiul true soldier, and ought not to be paid, even leave Paris 8 20 a in; arr Lexington 9 10 a m. new force. Lullveuj The host blood purlQer and system regulator iiiiifcli't and nerves No. 63, dally except Sunday, leave Lexington "I sppllrd for a position In a hanking house In ever placed within tbe reach ol auQVrlng humanisupplU Ilr.iln rower. tho mind and it be wanted to be. Carlisle Murcurr. Stll-SKteMfi Intcriorlonnwl Lawyer's Morals, out-li- t A War-We- st Sketch. rB0FKS8I0HAIj 1. A lawyer 8nd0cnt tor postage and rrcetrs irte, costly box of goods, which will hnlpall, ofeltlier sex. to more money rlf lit war thin anything else In this world, fortunes await the workers absolutely sure. At once ad drcaj Tt?K A Co., Augusta, Maine. APPI7P $200 Howard! nifa&JSx fi -, Attorney PER rth-ertuar- y Court-hous- e. Through Trunk Line 8UIIGEON DI3NTI8T, IMKUX roil i. SAMS d kimiui I15-ly- CARPENTER Stanford Female SOUTH & WEST T0L0RIDA mr FREE! ..-.- fmt. a. TERMS MODERATE. n votj, "MOXOiV BODTE." I- Louisville, New Albany y, EXECUTORS' SALE MYERS HOTEL, KY. and Still Roputation, railway. Propr Pullman Palace cable-repairin- .wv-.m.i- m -- mid-ocoa- u f, .,. aijvsi M . - BRESS - MAKIiVG g .. o 4PN J&3 I IX H. Baldwin A Co., Post-otac, "ilIufrKMi Ueule' M the-cable- PATENTS, AftrTkl. rl n rf t SM ttOO-ly- lifeilMlf n eaeui O LiiJlil IB LAND AND STOCK FORSAKE le - -- Bo-le- ys sF5 oi I", 9 half-doze- n Hi iirifflUfFr 1 SUFFERERS tiinill-tatlotiaan- pw'isij'irj 1 M- swe It w till 'I - COCOEEFilRON xiotiioii.) saasags now-foun- n NOSTIf-ItOUN- P 5 C p. 8 8 a hilt J it IRON TONIC tiOUTH-IIOllM- in 111 Bun-da- y, YOUU3KL.F, The proof of the pudding is cot In chewing tbo string, but In having an opportunity to try the yourself. McKoLerti & btagg.the Druggists, iuve a frej trial little of Dr. IlosanWo's Cough nnI Jjuug Syrup for each ud every one who Is afflicted wills Coughs, Colk, Atthuu, Consumption or any . Lung Affection. ar-tli. TllY IT street six months ago, and although pror-e- d my competency thoy would not take me. I had been down on my luck and lookod old and ibabbr. An Idea struck ine. I got up a new growth of hair with Parker's llalr Balsam, alsed!a decent suit ol tlothes, applied again, and they took me la a minute." So writes a cleik with 12,000 salary. The moral Isphln. Parker's Hair Balsam gtTcs a perWall t son a new fce; ty, truly Is Electric Elttcrs. Inactivity of tbe Liver, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipation, Weak Kidneys, or any disease ol the urinary organs, or whoerer requires an appetlztr, tonic or mild stimulant, will always find Electric Bitter the best and only certain cure known. They act surely and quietly, ercry bottle guaranteed to giro Hold aj Mtlsfictlou or money refunled, filly cents a bottle by Penny A McAUster, o c p. en-I- re A PklK?G autrvrlng troni all complaints pevuilurtotliclrsuxvrllllliidlit DR. HARTER'a JRON TOHIO a ufu fliwj speedy cure. It gives a clear and healthy complexion. The strongest lettiiiiouy to the vatuo of Dlt. IlAKTCliS I110K Tonic IS llmlfreiiuent attempts at coiintcrfi'ltlnjrliitve only uUilcd to thepoimlar Ity uf tho orlKlual. If ) on earntully deklre health do not exporlmuut gtt the UuiulNAL anu UCST rBor address to Tbe Dr. HarUr Md Co. V Hi. Louis, Mo., for our "BEKAM BOOK."! Fullnf rtrangoand usafulluf7rmatloo,fe.J7 Dr. HArtTtR'a Iron Tonio is for Sale ov au DoiioTisra ano DcAuns EvuiYViitB. laAUICO 4 30 p m; arrive Paris 3 18 p iu. ,LL,.",;V08."n1 4 rur T' Winchester Solid Trains, with rullman Bleeping Cars hetweea Cincinnati and Klchinond, Va , and Wlnehe ter and Washington, D. C, 1'hrAlll.h tfrlr.l. an.l .1..!..., destination reached by railroad. o. I. u. fliuiwt, W, II. WIIITTLVJUY, !..... .....a ratsenger Agent, ofiViVJ"011' C. VT. r. Trav. Psts. Agent. Oeneral Manager II. W. KULLKU, (Jen. lVis Agt Islington, Er.